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ANNUAL REPORT OF THE

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




DECEMBER 2, 1918

(IN TWO VOLUMES)

VOL. 2

WASHINGTON
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE

1919




T reasury Department,

Document No. 2827,
Comptroller o f the Currency.

CONTENTS,
Digest of decisions relating to national banks..............................................................................................

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TABLES.

No. 1. Comptrollers and Deputy Comptrollers of the Currency.............................................................
No. 2. Names and compensations of officers and clerks in the office of the Comptroller of the
Currency, October 31,1918............................................................................................................
No. 3. Expenses of the office of the Comptroller of the Currency for the year ended June 30, 1918..
No. 4. Number of national banks organized, number now in operation, and the number passed out
of the system since February 25,1863.........................................................................................
No. 5. List of national banks the corporate existence of which will expire for the first time during
the year ending October 31, 1919, with the date of expiration.................................................
No. 6. List of national banks the corporate existence of which will expire for the second time during
the year ending October 31,1919, with date of expiration........................................................
No. 7. Authorized capital stock of national banks on the first day of each month from January 1,
1906, to November 1, 1918, bonds on deposit to secure circulation, circulation secured by
bonds, lawful money on deposit to redeem circulation, and national-bank notes out­
standing ..........................................................................................................................................
No. 8. National-bank notes issued, redeemed, and outstanding, by denominations and amounts,
on October 31, 1864, to 1918............................................................................................................
No. 9. National gold bank notes issued 1870 to 1884..................................................................................
No. 10. National-bank notes of each denomination outstanding March 13,1900, and October 31,1900
to 1918..............................................................................................................................................
No. 11. National-bank notes outstanding, the amount and per cent of notes of $5 on March 14,1900,
and October 31, 1900, to1918..........................................................................................................
No. 12. Amount and denominations of national-bank notes issued and redeemed since the organiza­
tion of the system, and the amount outstanding October 31, 1918..........................................
No. 13. Vault account of currency received and issued by the bureau during the year, and amount
on hand October 31,1918..............................................................................................................
No. 14. 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................................................................................... -....................................
No. 15. National-bank notes received at this bureau and destroyed yearly since the establishment
of the system..................................................................................................................................
No. 16. National-bank notes issued; the amount and per cent received and destroyed on account of
active, liquidating, and insolvent bank's annually from October 31,1864, to October 31,1918.
No. 17. Vault account of currency received and destroyed during the year ended October 31, 1918...
No. 18. Taxes assessed on national-bank circulation 1864 to 1918, cost of redemption 1874 to 1918, and
cost of plates and examiners’ fees 1883 to 1918............................................................................
No. 19. Specie and bank-note circulation of the United States yearly from 1800 to 1859.......................
No. 20. Coin and paper circulation of the United States yearly from 1860 to 1918.................................
No. 21. State-bank notes outstanding and percentage of, to total money in the United States, yearly
from 1800 to 1863 ............................................................................................................................
No. 22. Total money in the United States, national-bank notes outstanding, and percerrtage cf
notes to money, yearly from 1864 to 1918....................................................................................
No. 23. Per cent of various kinds of currency and instruments of credit, etc., based on receipts of
banks for various dates..................................................................................................................
No. 24. United States bonds on deposit to secure circulating notes of national banks yearly on Octo­
ber 31, 1900, to 1918.....................................................................................................................
No. 25. Profit on national-bank circulation, based on deposit of $100,000 consols of 1930, etc., for each
month during the year ended October 31,1918............................................................................
No. 26. Investment value of United States and Panama Canal bonds quarterly during the year___
No. 27. United States bonds, monthly range of prices in New York from November, 1917, to October,
1918...................................................................................................................................................
No. 28. National banks placed in liquidation from November 1,1917, to October 31,1918, the names
(where known) of succeeding banks in cases of succession, with date of liquidation, and
capital..............................................................................................................................................




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No. 29. 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 1918...................................................................................................................................................
No. 30. Insolvent national banks, dates of failure and final liquidation, assets, collections, dividends
paid, etc., 1865 to 1918.......................... ..........................................................................................
No. 31. Capital, nominal assets at date of failure, collections from assets and from assessments, and
disposition of collections, 1865 to October 31,1918, by States...................................................
No. 32. National banks restored to solvency after having been placed in the charge of receivers.......
No. 33. Dividends paid to creditors of insolvent national banks during the past year up to Novem­
ber 1,1918.........................................................................................................................................
No. 34. Dates of reports of condition of national banks, 1869 to 1918......................................................
No. 35. Capital, circulation, aggregate assets of national banks, October, 1863, to August 31, 1918,
money in the United States, etc......................................................................................................
No. 36. Abstract of the resources and liabilities of national banks on August 31,1918, in New York
City, all central reserve cities, other reserve cities, country banks, and the aggregate.........
No. 37. Highest and lowest points reached in the principal items of resources and liabilities of national
banks since October 21,1913..........................................................................................................
No. 38. Percentage of loans, United States bonds, etc., to the aggregate resources of national banks,
yearly from 1903 to 1918..................................................................................................................
No. 39. Classification of loans made by national banks in reserve cities, etc., yearly from June, 1914,
to June, 1918.......................................................................................................................................
No. 40. Classification of loans and discounts of national banks by reserve cities and States on June 29,
1918.......................................................................................................................................................
No. 41. Amount and character of State bonds, etc., held by national banks, by reserve cities, and
States on June 29,1918......................................................................................................................
No. 42. Classification of deposits for each call from November 20,1917, to August 31,1918, by reserve
cities and States..................................................................................................................................
No. 43. Cash in vault of national banks at date of each report from November 20, 1917, to August
31.1918, by reserve cities and States................................................................................................
No. 44. Circulation of national banks at date of each report from November 20, 1917, to August 31,
1918..................................................................................................................................................
No. 45. Gold, silver, coin certificates, legal tenders, and currency certificates held by national banks
at date of each report since February 21,1880.............................................................................
No. 46. Specie held by national banks in New York City at date of each report during past 10 years..
No. 47. 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 aggre­
gate....................................................................................................................................................
No. 48. Reserve computation of national banks at date of each report during the year ended August
31.1918, by reservecities and States............................................................................................
No. 49. Amount of reserve required, and amount excess reserve by geographical sections at date of
each report for year ended August 31, 1918................................................................................
No. 50. Abstract of reports of earnings and dividends of national banks, by States and reserve cities,
for the year ended June 30, 1918.......................................................... .........................................
No. 51. Abstract of reports of earnings and dividends of national banks, by cities, for year ended June
30.1918, by Federal reserve districts...........................................................................................
No. 52. Number, capital, surplus, dividends, net earnings, etc., of national banks yearly from 1870
to 1918...............................................................................................
No. 53. Aggregate resources and liabilities of national banks for each call from October, 1863, to
October, 1918....................................................................................................................................
No. 54. Summary of principal items of resources and liabilities of national banks, by States, on or
about October, 1863, to 1918...........................................................................................................
No. 55. Summary of the State and condition of national banks for each report since September 11,
1917, by States and reserve cities..................................................................................................
No. 56. Condensed report of the resources and liabilities of each national bank on August 31, 1918..
No. 57. Abstract of reports of condition of member banks (national and State), by reserve districts,
reserve held, etc...............................................................................................................................
No. 58. Classification of loans, other investments, and deposits, together with the amount of capital,
surplus and profits, and aggregate liabilities of national banks for each year from 1875 to
1918....................................................................................................................................................
No. 59. Abstract of reports of the loan and trust companies in the District of Columbia for each call
since September 11,1917.................................................................................................................
No. 60. Abstract of reports of savings and State banks in the District of Columbia for each call since
September 11,1917..........................................................................................................................
No. 61. Principal items of resources and liabilities of each savings and State bank in the District of
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Columbia on August 31,1918.........................................................................................................




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No. 62. Principal items of resources and liabilities of each loan and trust company in the District of
Columbia on August 31, 1918........................................................................................................
No. 63. Principal items of resources and liabilities of loan and trust companies in the District of
Columbia on or about October 1, 1890, to 1918...........................................................................
No. 64. Principal items of resources and liabilities of savings and State banks in the District of
Columbia on or about October 1, 1906, to 1918...........................................................................
No. 65. Summary of the condition of building and loan associations in the District of Columbia on
December 31, 1917, and June 30, 1918..........................................................................................
No. 66. Abstract of reports of condition of State, savings, private banks, and loan and trust com­
panies on June 29, 1918..................................................................................................................
No. 67, Abstract of reports of State banks on June 29, 1918, by States....................................................
No. 68. Abstract of reports of mutual savings banks on June 29, 1918, by States...................................
No. 69. Abstract of reports of stock savings banks on June 29, 1918, by States......................................
No. 70. Abstract of reports of loan and trust companies on June 29, 1918, by States............................
No. 71. Abstract of reports of private banks on June 29,1918, by States................................................
No. 72. Summary of reports of condition of State banks on June 29, 1918...............................................
No. 73. Summary of reports of condition of mutual savings banks on June 29, 1918..............................
No. 74. Summary of reports of condition of stock savings banks on June 29, 1918.................................
No. 75. Summary of reports of condition of loan and trust companies on June 29,1918.......................
No. 76. Summary of reports of condition of private banks on June 29, 1918 ..........................................
No. 77. Summary of reports of condition of national banks on June 29,1918.........................................
No. 78. Aggregate resources and liabilities of State banks from 1914 to 1918..........................................
No. 79. Aggregate resources and liabilities of mutual savings banks from 1914 to 1918.........................
No. 80. Aggregate resources and liabilities of stock savings banks from 1914 to 1918............................
No. 81. Aggregate resources and liabilities of loan and trust companies from 1914 to 1918....................
No. 82. Aggregate resources and liabilities of private banks from 1914 to 1918.......................................
No. 83. Gold, silver, etc., held by banks other than national in 1873 to 1918..........................................
No. 84. Resources and liabilities of the first bank of the United States..................................................
No. 85. Resources and liabilities of the second bank of the United States.............................................
No. 86. Number of colonial and State banks, their capital, circulation, deposits, specie, and loans
from 1774 to 1833.............................................................................................................................
No. 87. Number of State banks in the United States, with their principal resources and liabilities,
from 1834 to 1872.............................................................................................................................
No. 88. Statement showing condition of 20 chartered banks of Canada on September 30, 1918...........
No. 89. Comparative statement, October, 1917, to September, 1918, relative to capital, etc., of char­
tered banks of Canada...................................................................................................................
No. 90. Circulation statement, July 1,1918.................................................................................................
No. 91. Summary of report of condition of the Philippine National Bank on June 30, 1918................
No. 92. Comparative statement of New York Clearing House transactions for each year from 1854
to 1918..............................................................................................................................................
No. 93. Comparative statement of the clearings, etc., of the New York Clearing House for the years
ended September 30,1918 and 1917..............................................................................................
No. 94. Exchanges, balances, percentage of balances to exchanges, and percentages of funds used in
the settlement of balances by the New York Clearing House in each year from 1893 to 1918..
No. 95. Clearing-house transactions of the Assistant Treasurer of the United States at New York
for the year ended September 30, 1918........................................................................................
No. 96. Comparative statement of the exchanges of the clearing houses of the United States for the
years ended September 30, 1918 and 1917....................................................................................
No. 97. Number, assets, and liabilities of State, savings, and private banks, and loan and trust
companies which failed during the year ended June 30, 1918.................................................
No. 98. Number of failures, capital, assets, liabilities, and dividends paid by State and private
banks that failed in each year from 1864 to 1918................................. ......................................
No. 99. Number, assets, and liabilities of State, savings banks, loan and trust companies, private
banks, and national banks which failed by years from June 30,1892 to June 30, 1918.......
No. 100. Schedule of national banks arranged according to eight groups, showing number of banks,
capital, and surplus on December 31,1918................................................................................




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DIGEST OF DECISIONS RELATING TO NATIONAL
BANKS.
[The following Federal cases were reported in vol. 245, United States Reports, and vols. 244 to 250,
Federal Reporter. Five State cases, one each from Kentucky, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania,
and Vermont, are also given.]

CHECKS.
Checks—Deposits.
(U. S. C. C. A., 1918.) In the absence of an;y special agreement between the
depositors and a bank, title to checks deposited will pass to the bank, and it
becomes merely a debtor for the amount thereof. (In re Jarmulowsky et ah
Petition of Wilson. Petition of Bortz. 249 Fed. Pep., 319.)
Deposit of checks—Effect.
(U. S. C. C. A., 1918.) Whether there was any special agreement taking a deposit
of checks out of the general rule, under which title would have passed to a
bank and it would have become a debtor to the depositors for the amount
thereof, is a question of fact. (Ib.)
Bills and notes—Endorsement—Effect.
(U. S. C. C. A., 1918.) Where checks deposited were indorsed in blank, any lawful
direction might be written over the blank indorsement. (Ib.)
Collections—Proceeds.
(U. S. C. C. A., 1918.) When a bank, collecting checks as agent for a depositor,
gets the money on the checks, the relation of debtor and creditor arises. (Ib.)
Deposit of checks—Effect.
(U. S. C. C. A., 1918.) Where their passbooks provided that deposits of checks
should not be drawn upon until collected, the checks so deposited belonged to
the depositors until collection, even though they were indorsed in blank and
commercial depositors were allowed to draw on deposits of checks, for the
banker might have written any lawful direction above the blank indorsement,
and the privilege in favor of commercial depositors, which was without considera­
tion, might have been withdrawn at any time; so, where the checks were not
collected until after a receiver took charge of the affaire of the banker, the
depositors were entitled to the proceeds as against the receiver. (Ib.)
COLLECTIONS.
Pledges—Loss of title.
(U. S. C. C. A., 1918.) A pledgee of promissory notes, residing in a city other
than that where the notes are payable, does not, the notes being payable at the
bank of the pledgor, lose title by sending them to the pledgor for collection,
where the pledgor received them for that purpose only, unless they are assigned
in due course, for value, before maturity, and without notice to a bona fide
purchaser. (Stockyards Nat. Bank of St. Paul, Minn., v. First Nat. Bank of
Towner, N. D., 249 Fed. Pep., 421.)
Bills and notes—Bona fide purchase of property of pledgor—Rights.
(U. S. C. C. A., 1918.) Plaintiff, which had received notes as collateral for a
loan made to a bank at a distant city, transmitted the notes, which bore a blank
indorsement on the back, to the pledgor bank for collection. The bills receiv­
able register of the pledgor bank showed that all such notes had been erased,
while the collection register showed that the notes were held by the pledgor
bank for collection for plaintiff. Held, that a purchaser of the property of the
pledgor bank, not being a bona fide purchaser within the law merchant, was
not entitled to the notes as against plaintiff, for due diligence would have dis­
closed plaintiff’s ownership, (Ib.)




Evidence—Bank rcgiiters.
(U. S. C. C. A., 1918.) Where a pledgee of notes delivered them to the pledgoi
bank for collection, and the bank transferred its assets to defendant, who col­
lected the same, the exclusion of the bills receivable register and the collection
register of the pledgor bank, in an action by the pledgee to recover against tin
purchaser, was error. (Ib.)
Evidence— Judicial notice.
(U. S. C. C. A., 1918.) That every bank keeps bills receivable registers and collec­
tion registers is so well known that courts may take judicial notice of the fact
(Ib.)
DEPOSITS.
Certificate of deposit— What constitutes.
(U. S. 0. C. A., 1917.) Plaintiff and her husband had on deposit in a State banl
a sum of money in excess of $15,000. On that date, in a conference betweei
plaintiff and her husband and the cashier, it was agreed that $10,000 shoulc
be thereafter payable to plaintiff, whereupon an entry was made in one o
the ordinary passbooks of the bank on the pages at the top of which were the
words: “ In account w ith --------, Avoca, Texas.” “ Avoca State Bank, Dr.
in acc’t w ith --------, Cr.” At the left-hand side were the Words, “ April 1st
amount $10,000.00 described on following page,” while on the opposite pag<
were the words, “ Amount at interest at the rate of 8 per cent per annun
interest payable monthly to the credit of ” plaintiff, and following which was z
notation, “ Interest paid April 1st,” signed by the cashier without theadditior
of the word “ cashier ” after his name. Thereafter, the bank became financially
embarrassed, and a special agent named by the commissioner of banking o
Texas took possession, and as a result defendant agreed, in consideration o
the delivery of the assets of such bank, to assume and pay all depositors th(
balances due them as shown by the books of such bank, also all unpaid cer
tificates of deposit, cashiers’ checks, etc. Held that, though the books of th(
bank did not show plaintiff’s claim, yet the passbook, being signed by th(
bank and by the cashier, amounted to a certificate of deposit, and the plaintif
was entitled to recover thereon against defendant. (Citizens National Banl
of Stamford, Tex., v. Pigg et al, 246 Fed. Rep., 902.)
Certificate of deposit—Action on—Parties.
(IT. S,. C. C. A., 1917.) In such case, as defendant assumed the debt of the banl
to plaintiff and took over the assets to which she had a right to look for paymen
under a contract made by a State officer for her credit, she was entitled to su<
at law without the intervention of a trustee. (Ib.)
Certificates of deposit.
(U. S. C. C. A., 1917.) In such case, the statement that the amount of $10,00<
was at interest was sufficient to show a consideration for the obligation of th<
bank to pay it. (Ib.)
Certificate of deposit—Action on—Pleading.
(U. S. C. C. A., 1917.) In such case, as the certificate of deposit was signed h
the bank, although the notation as to interest was signed by the cashier, liabii
ity was fixed by the signature of the bank, and no allegation was necessary t
show that the cashier who did not add to his name the word “ cashier” signer
the interest notation in his official capacity. (Ib.)
Contracts—Impeachment.
(U. S. C. C. A., 1917.) Where, a Texas state bank being in financial difficultie
and in the charge of a special agent of the commissioner of banking, defendanl
another state bank, entered into an agreement with the special agent to assum
the liabilities of the embarrassed institution in consideration of the transfer c
its assets, defendant can not thereafter defeat an action by a creditor of th
embarrassed bank on the ground that the special agent had no authority t
make a contract; defendant not undertaking to return the assets and restoi
the embarrassed institution to its former condition. (Ib.)
Presumption of debts—Evidence.
(IT. S. C. C. A., 1917.) In such case, evidence of subsequent agreements mad
between defendant and the directorate of the embarrassed institution ai
inadmissible to affect its liability to a creditor of the embarrassed institutioi

(ib.)



Actions—Evidence.
(U. C. C. A., 1917.) In such case, evidence of deeds of trust made by certain
directors of the embarrassed bank to secure defendant in repayment of losses
arising out of the transaction is admissible in an action by the holder of a cer­
tificate of deposit payment of which defendant assumed. (Ib.)
FORGED OR ALTERED PAPER.
United Stales—Acceptance of bill—Repudiation.
(TJ. S. C. C. A., 1918.) The United States can no more repudiate its acceptance,
and recover what its Treasurer paid on a bill with the drawer’s name forged,
than can a private person. (United States v. Chase Nat. Bank, 250 Fed.
Rep., 105.)
Bills and notes— Forged bills—Bill payable to bearer.
(U. S. C. C. A. 1918.) Where a sergeant, who assisted a disbursing officer of
the Army, forged the officer’s name as drawer and indorser of a draft made
payable to the order of such officer, a bank, which received the draft in due
course from the institution which cashed it, did not guarantee the forged
indorsement of the officers name, for under Negotiable Instruments Law,
N. Y. (Consol. Laws, N. Y., c. 38) sec. 28, subd. 3, such draft was payable to
bearer, as it was payable to the order of a fictitious or nonexisting person, and
such fact was known to the sergeant, who made it so payable, (lb.)
INSOLVENCY AND RECEIVERS.
R e c e i v e r s ’ L ia b il it y

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A ssets.

Receivers—A uthority of—Instructions.
(U. S. C. C. A., 1917.) Receivers are officers of the court, and may properly
ask instructions concerning the administration of the property in their charge,
and so it is their duty, if they believe a tax to be unlawful, to apply for instruc­
tions whether to pay the same. (Scott Collector of Internal Revenue v. Western
Pacific Railroad Co., 246 Fed. Rep., 545.)
Receivers—Instructions—Enjoining taxes.
(U. S. C. C. A., 1917.) Despite Rev. St. § 3224 (Comp. St. 1916, § 5947), declar­
ing that no suit for the purpose of restraining the assessment or collection of
any tax shall be maintained, receivers, as officers of the court, may, where
they deem the property or income from the property in their charge not to be
subject to tax, as contended by collecting officials, apply to the appointing
court for instructions as to payment. (Ib.)
Internal revenue—Income taxes—Property in charge of receiver.
(U. S. C. C. A., 1917.) Act Oct. 3, 1913, c. 16, § 2, A to N, inclusive, 38 Stat.
166, making detailed provision for the imposition and collection of income
taxes from individuals and corporations, joint-stock corporations, or associa­
tions organized for profit and having a capital stock represented by shares,
omitted the word ‘‘receivers.’’ Prior to the adoption of such statute it had
been held, under Corporation Tax Act Aug. 5, 1909, c. 6, § 38, 36 Stat. 112,
which also omitted reference to receivers, that excise taxes could not be im­
posed upon a receiver of a corporation. Held, in view of such construction,
and of the fact that Income Tax Act Sept. 8, 1916, c. 463, pt. 2, § 13, subd.
“ c,” 39 Stat. 771 (Comp. St. 1916, § 6336m), provided for payment of income
taxes by corporate receivers, that no income tax could be assessed on income
collected by receiver of an insolvent corporation, the reference in Act Oct. 3,
1913, § 2, subds. “ d ” and “ e,” to receivers showing that the term was used
with respect to receivers of individuals. (Ib.)
INTEREST AND USURY.
Usury—President of bank—Liability of bank.
(Okla. Sup., 1918.) Where the president of a bank, having full power to make
loans for the bank takes more than the legal rate of interest, the bank is liable
for usury, although the president charges the excess over the legal rate as com­
mission and retains it as his individual property. (McCarthy v. Liberty
National Bank, 7 Okla. Appellate Court Reporter, 226.)




Usury—Change of hank.
(Okla. Sup., 1918.) Where a bank is reincorporated as a national bank under
a new name, but the personnel, officers, management, and business remains
the same, the new bank is liable for usury charged and collected by the old
bank. (Ib.)
LIQUIDATION.
Voluntary liquidation— Transfer of business and assets— Construction of contract.
(U. S. Dist. C., 1917.) A resolution of the directors of the Commercial National
Bank provided for its liquidation by and consolidation with the American Na­
tional Bank of the same city, and the transfer of its business and all of its assets
to the American to secure the latter for all advances made in the payment of
the liabilities of the Commercial, which it was to assume. I t was also to liqui­
date the assets of the Commercial, without charge for its services, and account
to the stockholders for any surplus. By a complementary resolution of its
directors, the American agreed to accept the proposal if, “ in the estimation pf
the officers ” of the American^ the assets of the Commercial "were sufficient in
value to protect and secure it for payment of the debts of the Commercial.
The transfer was made and accepted by the American, and afterward a memo­
randum contract was entered into between the two banks, reciting that it was
to carry out the purposes of the resolutions of their respective directors. By
this contract the American agreed to pay the indebtedness of the Commercial,
which was definitely stated, and hold its assets as security, and to liquidate the
same in accordance with the prior resolutions. The Commercial agreed to
secure a ratification of the liquidation by its shareholders, which was done
and approved by the Comptroller. Held, that the contract must be construed
as a whole, and in the light of the resolutions^ which it was intended to carry
out, and which measured the rights and obligations of the parties; that, so
construed, it created no relation of debtor and creditor between the two banks,
but was in effect a purchase by the American of the business and assets of the
Commercial, in consideration of the payment of its debts and the accounting
for the excess of assets, if any. (American National Bank of Macon v. Commer­
cial National Bank of Macon et al., 246 Fed. Rep., 721.)
Liquidation agent—Authority.
(U. S. Dist. C., 1917.) A loan to a liquidation agent of a national banking asso­
ciation cannot make stockholders individually liable under Rev. St. § 5220
(Comp. St. 1916, § 9806), and section 5151. (American National Bank of
Macon v. Commercial National Bank of Macon, 248 Fed. Rep. 187.)
Liquidation contracts—Ratification by stockholder.
(U. S. Dist. C., 1917.) The directors of defendant national bank recommended
by resolution that i t was expedient to go into voluntary liquidation, undei
Rev. St. §§ 5220, 5223 (Comp. St. 1916, §§ 9806, 9810), providing that any asso«
ciation may go into liquidation and be closed by the vote of its shareholder
owning two-thirds of its stock, and declaring that an association which is in
good faith winding up its business for the purpose of consolidating with anothei
shall not be required to deposit lawful money for its outstanding circulation,
and that the question of a consolidation with complainant bank by a sale oi
the assets of the bank should be submitted to stockholders. Though the
directors of the defendant bank had authorized its officers to transfer to com
plainant all of its assets as cash or as collateral for its notes, the assets had beer
turned over, but no notes had been taken indicating any indebtedness. De
fendant’s stockholders ratified the resolution of the board of directors, trans
ferring and assigning the assets of their corporation to complainant. Complain
ant by resolution assumed defendant’s debts, and authorized its directors t<
contract with the directors of defendant, or such liquidating^ agent as might b<
appointed. Held, that as the contract submitted to and ratified by the stock
holders was plainly a sale, and created no debt, and all of the stockholders die
not participate in the ratification, they cannot be held liable individually a
stockholders by complainant, which assumed the obligations of the defendan
bank, particularly as a loan to a liquidating agent could not make the stock
holders individually liable. (Ib.)
Disso lution—8 tockhoIders.
(U. S. Dist. C., 1917.) In such case, the acts and conduct of the directors c
defendant cannot bind the stockholders, who had a right to rely on a writte]
resolution of liquidation; the acts of the directors not being a practical cob

etruction by the stockholders. (Ib.)


Construction—Acts of parties.
(U. S. Dist. C., 1917.) In such case, a subsequent stockholder’s resolution
authorizing the sale of a portion of the property of defendant national bank,
had two years after they ratified the agreement with the directors, is not ad­
missible as the construction of a contract between the two banks. (Ib.)
NEGOTIABLE PAPER.
Bonds—u Negotiable instruments ”— What constitutes.
(U. S. C. C. A., 1917.) Bonds issued by an irrigation district under Act, Cal.,
March 7, 1887, section 15, providing for election for submitting question of
bonds, and declaring that such bonds shall be negotiable in form, are “ nego­
tiable instruments.” (Rialto Irr. Dist. v. Stowell. Stowell v. Rialto Irr.
Dist., 246 Fed. Rep., 295.)
Alteration of instruments—1(Material alteration ”—Filling blank—1‘Material particular. ’’
(Vt. Sup., 1917.) A renewal note having a blank line before the words “ after
date” was delivered, but the old note was not surrendered because the payee
was told that the note was given to prevent protest of the old one, but that
if it was desired to run the note through the books of the payee bank the blank
could be filled in. A few days short of four months after the note was given
the cashier inserted the words “ four months” in the blank, canceled the old
note, and. entered the new one in its stead on the books of the bank. Held,
that the insertion of the words in the blank was not a “ material alteration,”
rendering the note unenforceable, in view of negotiable instruments act (Laws
1912, No. 99), section 14, providing that if the instrument is wanting in any
material particular, the person in possession thereof has prima facie authority
to complete it by filling in the blanks therein; the term “ material particular,”
as used, not meaning such as may be necessary to make the instrument a
negotiable note, but including any particular proper to be inserted. (Howard
Nat. Bank v. Arbuckle, 102 Atlantic Rep., 477.)
OFFICERS.
B onds

of

O f f ic e r s .

Indemnity bond—Construction of policy.
(U. S. C. C. A., 1918.) Under surety bond guaranteeing plaintiff against losses
on account of defalcations of employes. Meld, despite rider extending provi­
sions of bond to losses occurring previous to bond, and not covered by bond
issued by another company, defendant was liable only for one aggregate sum,
though losses during each period amounted to that sum. (Maryland Casualty
Co. v. First Nat. Bank of Montgomery, Ala., 246 Fed. Rep., 892.)
Indemnity bond—Construction of policy.
(U. S. C. C. A., 1918.) Where surety bond for given term was renewed, Held,
that defendant, though liable to amount of principal sum for defalcations
occurring during first term, might be held liable in that sum for defalcations
occurring during second term. (Ib.)
Indemnity bond—Statement of losses.
(U. S. C. C. A., 1918.) Statement of losses by national banking association
through defalcations of employee held sufficient, stating with sufficient par­
ticularity to sustain judgment against insurer the losses sustained. (Ib.)
P ow ers

of a n d

R e p r e s e n t a t io n

of

Bank

by

O f f ic e r s .

Transactions between banks—Representation by officers.
(U. S. C. C. A., 1918.) Officers of bank A executed their individual notes to
each other, which they indorsed and, attaching a guaranty by the bank, dis­
counted them with a correspondent bank, B. ^ Although bank A did not own
nor indorse the notes, it was agreed that their proceeds should be placed to
its credit by bank B, and that the greater part of such credit should remain
untouched until the notes were paid. The greater part of the amount of the
notes was subsequently charged to the account of bank A. The only entry
of the transaction on its own books was the charge of the amount of the deposit
to bank B, and the same amount was placed to the credit of the individual




officers or others designated by them. The guaranty of the notes was not
authorized by the directors of bank A, and sufficient appeared in the trans­
action to charge bank B with notice that it was for the personal benefit of the
makers of the notes and not of their bank. Held that, on a subsequent settle­
ment, bank B could not enforce such charges against bank A, which derived
no benefit therefrom, on the principle that, where one of two parties must
suffer from the fraud of a third, the loss must fall on him who by his impru­
dence or cooperation enabled such third party to commit the fraud. (Wagner
et al. v Central Banking & Security Co., 249 Fed. Rep., 145.)
Representation of bank by officers—Indorsement or guaranty.
(U. S. C. C. A., 1918.) An officer of a bank without express authority from the
directors has no power to bind the bank by an accommodation indorsement
or guaranty, and an attempted guaranty of notes that the bank has never
owned is illegal, unless for the benefit of the bank in the conduct of its busi­
ness. (Ib.)
Representation of bank by officers—Individual interest of officer.
(U. S. C. C. A., 1918.) There is a dead line between the area of official repre­
sentation of a bank by its officers and the area of their personal interest, and
when they cross that dead line, to the knowledge of one with whom they are
dealing, they leave behind all power of representation. (Ib.)
Knoivledge of officials—Imputation to principal.
(U. S. C. C. A., 1917.) Where the president of a bank introduced a stockman to
plaintiff, another bank, which was the metropolitan correspondent of the one of
which he was president, and induced plaintiff to make loans to him on chattel
mortgages, the notes being signed, not only by the stockman, but by the presi­
dent, the president’s knowledge that funds deposited in the bank of which
he was an official to the credit of the stockman were the proceeds of sales of
mortgaged cattle is not, by reason of his official position, imputable to the bank
of which he was president, so as to impress such funds with a trust in favor of
plaintiff ; it appearing that the president induced the stockman to dispose of
the mortgaged cattle without notifying plaintiff, or delivering the proceeds,
and was a party to a scheme, with reference to the disposition of the cattle,
which, if not criminal, was fraudulent and bordering thereon. (Interstate
Nat. Bank of Kansas City, Mo., v. Yates Center Nat. Bank of Yates Center,
Ivan., et al., 245 Fed. Rep., 294.)
Liability of bank—Representations of president.
(U. S. C. C. A., 1917.) Regarding liability of a bank for fraudulent representa­
tions of its president in sale to plaintiff of stock of the bank owned by Y ., re­
quiring restoration of plaintiff to his prior situation, the president was acting
for it, and not for Y., his acts, with the approval of its governing board, being
for the purpose of complying with the direction given i t by the comptroller of
the currency to reduce Y .’s indebtedness to it, and Y., when approached,
stating that, if the bank would advance money to redeem such stock which he
had pledged, and would sell it and apply the proceeds on his indebtedness to
it, he would sell other securities and reduce his indebtedness with the pro­
ceeds; and this though after such sale was made Y. failed to keep his agree­
ment as to further sales and reduction of his debt. (Salter v. Williams et al.,
244 Fed. Rep., 126.)
Rescission of stock purchase—Insolvency—Double liability.
(U. S. C. C. A., 1917.) Double liability under Rev. St., section 5151, of a holder
of full-paid stock in a national bank, does not prevent the stockholder, after
insolvency of the bank and appointment of a receiver, rescinding his purchase
thereof for fraudulent representations of the bank’s president acting for it in the
sale of the stock; the stockholder paying his assessment under such statute,
and disclaiming intention to sue for its recovery. (Ib.)
Rescission of stock purchase—Insolvency—Subscriber to stock.
(U. S. 0. 0. A., 1917.) A purchaser of fully paid stock of a national bank is not a
subscriber to its stock, liable for an uncompleted contract of subscription, as
regards his right to rescind, after insolvency of the bank, the purchase, for
fraudulent representations of its president, acting for it, though it loaned him
part of the money for the purchase, and he is still indebted to it therefor. (Ib.)



Rescission of stock purchase—Insolvency—Priority of claims.
(U. ■ C. C. A.. 1917.) No liability to creditors of a national bank preventing,
S.
a purchaser of stock therein may, after appointment of a receiver for it, rescind
his purchase for prior fraud of the bank, with right to redress out of the funds
in the receiver’s hands like that of an ordinary creditor whose claim was con­
tracted before the receivership. (Ib.)
Authority of vice president— Usual course of business—Antagonistic interest.
(U. S. C. C. A., 1917.) While the vice president of a bank intrusted with the
general transaction of its business has authoiity to bind it in any matter which
in due course of business falls under the authority of an executive officer of a
bank, yet if the transaction with him is so out of the usual course of business as
to put on notice the one dealing with him that he is using the bank’s name and
credit in his own business, or that he is representing his own or any antagonistic
interest, he stands before the person dealing with him stripped of his repre­
sentative capacity, and powerless to bind the bank. (First Nat. Bank of
Sutton, W. Va., et ah, v. Drovers’ & Mechanics’ Nat. Bank of Baltimore, Md.,
244 Fed. Rep., 135.)
Fraud of vice president— Usual course of business—Antagonistic interests.
(U. S. C. C. A., 1917.) D., treasurer of F., a bank, as such applied to B., a bank,
for a loan to F., and on forged resolution of F .’s directors authorizing borrowing,
B discounted note of D. to F. indorsed by D. in name of F., taking as collateral
a note indorsed by payee and another, then by D. individually, and thereafter
by him in the name of F. After F. had merged in N., a bank which assumed
certain of F. ’s liabilities, but not the discounted note, of which it did not know,
D., who had become vice president of N., on forged resolution of N .’s directors,
authorizing payment in such manner, procured B. to take in payment of the
note a note of D. to N. indorsed by him in its name, the discount being paid
by check drawn by D. as vice president to himself individually, and by him
indorsed. Held, as regards liability of N. on the substituted note, that the
transaction was so out of the usual course and so showed the antagonistic inter­
ests of D. as an individual and as treasurer of F. and as vice president of N. as to
put B. on notice. (Ib.)
Trust companies—Knowledge of agent—Imputable to principal.
(U. S. C. C. A., 1918.) Where a trust company, which was trustee under a mort­
gage securing bonds, conducted the usual business of such an institution by
departments having to do separately with banking, trusts, mortgages, etc.,
knowledge of a teller in the banking department of the mortgagor’s default in
the payment of interest coupons on the bonds secured is imputable to the trust
company as trustee. (Browning v. Fidelity Trust Co., 250 Fed. Rep., 321.)
Acts of cashier—Liability of bank therefor.
(U. S. C. C. A., 1918.) Where the cashier of defendant bank represented to
plaintiff, who had previously rediscounted paper for defendant, that a note was
art of the assets of the defendant, and plain tiff discounted the note, defendant,
aving received the proceeds, can not escape liability on the ground that the
note did not in fact belong to it. (Meyer & Chapman State Bank v. First
National Bank of Cody, 248 Fed. Rep., 679.)

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OFFICERS’ CIVIL LIABILITY OF.
Directors—Liability.
(U. S. C. C. A., 1918.) Until some special necessity for action on their part is
brought to their attention, directors of a national bank are entitled to rely on
the cashier to guard against deficiencies in methods of bookkeeping which
would enable subordinate employees to appropriate the bank’s funds, and
need not interfere independently. (Dresser v. Bates. Gale, et al. v. Same.
Bunker et al. v. Same, 250 Fed. Rep., 525.)
National bank directors—Authority.
(U. S. C. C. A., 1918.) A by-law, adopted by the first board of directors of a
national bank, requiring semiannual examinations by a committee of the
board, may, in the absence of circumstances showing that it was inconsistent
with good judgment and prudence, and without charging them with negli­
gence, be waived by a later board; the by-law having been adopted before the
amendment of 1874 (Act June 20, 1874, c. 343, 18 Stat., 123) to the National
Banking Act (Act June 3, 1864, c. 106, 13 Stat., 99), which permits directors
to allow incidental powers necessary to carry on the business to be exercised

by officers or agents. (Ib.)


Insolvency—Liability of directors.
(U. S. C. C. A., 1918.) Though, the by-laws of a national bank provided for semi­
annual examinations by a committee to be appointed by the board of directors,
whose duty it should be to examine into the affairs of the bank, count its cash,
and compare its assets and liabilities with the balance on the general ledger,
the failure of directors to regularly make such examinations, coupled with the
fact that in those examinations made the cashier’s ledger was accepted as
showing the amount due depositors, can not be deemed negligence, rendering
the directors liable for the defalcations of a bookkeeper, where there was nothing
to put the directors on inquiry, and the bookkeeper so skillfully concealed his
peculations that he deceived the national bank examiners. (Ib.)
Directors—Liability—Negligence.
(U. S. C. C. A., 1918.) The question whether the directors of a national bank
were negligent in failing to discover defalcations by a bookkeeper must be
determined in view of the circumstances surrounding the directors at the
time of their alleged negligence, rather than by reference to the situation
afterwards discovered and exposed by expert accountants. (Ib.)
President—Liability.
(XJ. S. C. C. A., 1918.) I t is the duty of the president of a national bank, who
practically manages the institution, to use reasonable diligence to know the
character and habits of the bank’s employees, and where he was warned that a
bookkeeper, who in fact was stealing the bank’s funds, was leading a fast life,
and should be watched, his failure to make any inquiry, in view of the fact
th at there were other suspicidus circumstances, which could hardly have
escaped his notice, was negligence, rendering the president liable for the
bookkeeper’s subsequent peculations. (Ib.)
Notice— What constitutes.
(U. S. C. C. A., 1918.) Where the president of a national bank, who managed
the institution, was warned that a bookkeeper was leading a fast life, and
should be watched, he is, the notice and other circumstances being sufficient
to attract attention and call for an inquiry, chargeable with knowledge of
everything to which the inquiry might have lead. (Ib.)
President—Liability.
(U. S. C. C. A., 1918.) Where the president of a bank, who was also one of the
largest stockholders and a director, assumed management of the institution,
and the other directors acquiesced, he is liable for a negligent failure to inquire
into the habits and acts of an employee against whom he had been warned,
even though the president received no compensation for such services. (Ib.)
Insolvency—Liability of directors.
(U. S. C. C. A.,-1918.) Where national bank directors, when they discovered an
apparent shrinkage in deposits, were advised by the cashier that it was due to
business conditions, they can not, having had no reason to believe that a book­
keeper was despoiling the bank, be deemed negligent in failing to investigate
the books, which would have shown that the apparent reduction in deposits
was the result of the bookkeeper’s manipulations and intended to cover his
peculations. (Ib.)
Directors—Liability.
(U. S. C. C. A., 1918.) The failure of defendant, a director of a national bank,
to act on a statement made to him by the president of another institution
that it was reported an officer of defendant’s bank was frequenting bucket
shops and living pretty fast, can not, where no name was mentioned, be deemed
negligence on the part of defendant, rendering him liable for the peculations
of a bookkeeper of his institution, which were being carried on at that time.
(Ib.)
Repayment of loans—Acceptance of bank's stock.
(U. S. C. C. A., 1917.) A bank, although without power to purchase its own stock,
may lawfully accept such stock in repayment of a loan which the directors
deem precarious. (Noyes v. Wood et al., 247 Fed. Rep., 72.)




Illegal purchase of stock—Liability of directors.
(U. S. C. C. A., 1917.) Evidence held insufficient to establish the good faith of the
directors of a bank and exonerate them from personal liability for misappro­
priating the bank’s funds, where, although it was without power under its
charter to purchase its own stock, its funds were in fact used, although indi­
rectly, to pay for the stock of a stockholder. (Ib.)
Misappropriation of funds—Purchase of stock from capital.
(U. S. 0. C. A., 1917.) A writing by which a member of a partnership, whose
business was taken over by a newly organized bank, agreed to take stock in the
bank for his share of the firm’s assets, held to bind him as a stockholder, and a
transaction by which he was paid cash in lieu of the stock, after he had served
as cashier of the bank and knew that he was carried on the books as a stock­
holder, held an illegal diversion of the funds of the bank, which a subsequent
receiver was entitled to have set aside. (Ib.)
Liability of directors—Adverse interest in transaction.
(IT. S. C. C. A., 1917.) The receiver of an insolvent bank held entitled to recover
from the directors damages sustained by the bank by reason of the purchase
from a partnership, of which two of the directors were members, at face value,
of assets which proved to be worthless, and which were known by the directors
at the time to be of doubtful value. (Ib.)
Liability of directors— Misappropriation offunds.
(U. S. 0. C. A., 1917.) The payment by a bank of accrued interest on notes pur­
chased from a partnership, not provided for by the written contract between
the parties, held an illegal diversion of the funds of the bank, for which the
directors participating were liable. (Ib.)
Liability of directors— Misappropriation of funds.
(XJ. S. C. 0. A., 1917.) A bank bought stock of another bank, and at the same time
gave an option to another to purchase the stock within a year at the same price.
At the end of the year the option was exercised by the holder and another,
both of whom were then directors, and with the concurrence of the other direc­
tors the stock was transferred to them without the payment of any interest to
the bank, which in the meantime had received no dividends on the stock.
Held, that all the directors participating were liable to the receiver of the bank
for legal interest on the investment so carried by it for the sole benefit of the
purchasing directors. (Ib.)
Misappropriation by cashier—Liability to depositor.
(Pa. Sup., 1917.) Where a depositor desired to transfer certain funds on
deposit in the savings department of a bank to her husband, and the bank’s
cashier prepared a receipt for an amount which the depositor signed, and
entered credit in the pass book of the depositor’s husband for an equal amount,
and entered on the books of the bank a withdrawal of that amount from the ac­
count of the depositor, and withdrew from the bank the amount of the receipt
and misappropriated it, the bank was liable to the depositor’s husband for such
amount. (Gender et al. v. Farmers Nat. Bank of Somerset, 102 Atlantic Hep.,
510.)
Misappropriation by cashier—Action—Evidence.
(Pa. Sup., 1917.) In such case the exclusion of defendant’s offer to put in evi­
dence its loose-leaf ledger sheet showing the omission of such item was not
error, as the bank could not relieve itself from the payment of the money
because its officers failed to make a proper entry on its books. (Ib.)
Misappropriation by cashier—Liability.
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(Pa. Sup., 1917.) Where a certain amount was withdrawn from plaintiff’s
account by defendant’s cashier without any evidence that he was authorized
to make such withdrawal, the jury were properly instructed to allow plaintiff
to recover such amount. (Ib.)
Principal and agent—Agency—Evidence.
(Pa. Sup., 1917.) Where the cashier of a bank withdrew a certain amount
from a depositor’s account, his deposit with the bank’s papers of a receipt
signed by himself for the plaintiff did not establish his agency to withdraw
the amount or justify the submission of the question of agency to the jury.
(Ib.)

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Misappropriation by cashier—- ction—Evidence.
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(Pa. Sup., 1917.) The exclusion of the bank’s ledger sheet showing the with­
drawal of several amounts from a depositor’s account by its cashier was not
error, as it could not escape payment of the money by showing a charge of
such withdrawals to plaintiff without evidence of authority to make such
charge. (Ib.)
Witnesses—■rivilege—Attorney and client.
P
(Pa. Sup., 1917.) In action against bank to recover amounts misappropriated
from an account by its cashier, testimony of plaintiff’s counsel as to his con­
versation with plaintiff in the presence of the cashier after his relation with
bank had terminated was privileged and inadmissible. (Ib.)
OFFICERS’ CRIMINAL LIABILITY OF.
0ffenses—Evidence—Sufficiency.
(U. S. C. C. A., 1917.) In a prosecution for misapplication of the funds, mon­
eys, and credits of a national bank, in violation of Rev. St. § 5209 (Comp. St.
1916, § 9772), evidence held insufficient to sustain a conviction on a particular
charge of abstraction of monevs. (McCallum v. United States, 247 Fed. Rep.,
27.)
Embezzlement—Evidence—Hypothetical charge.
(U. S. C. C. A., 1917.) In a prosecution for misapplication of the funds of a na­
tional bank, in violation of Rev. St. § 5209, where the prosecution contended
that defendant, the assistant cashier, failed to enter on the proper books $110.80
interest allowed the bank by a correspondent bank, and that, as the cash bal­
ance subsequently showed a shortage of $5.53, he must have abstracted the
$110.80, the action of the court, interrogating the cashier, a witness for the
prosecution, as to a hypothetical case of embezzlement of a deposit not entered
on the books, was prejudicial, not being warranted by the evidence and tending
to mislead the jury and prejudice them against defendant ; this being particularly
true as the cash showed a shortage, and, had defendant merely failed to enter
the $110.80 interest on the proper book, the cash would not have balanced.
(Ib.)
Instructions— Credibility of testimony of accused.
(U. S. C. C. A., 1917.) In a prosecution for missapplication of the moneys, funds
and credits of a national bank, in violation of Rev. St. § 5209, declaring that
any officer of a national banking association, who embezzles, abstracts, or will­
fully misapplies any of the moneys, funds, or credits of the association with
intent to injure or defraud the association or any other company, body politic
or corporate, or any individual person, shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor,
the court denied requested charges that in order to justify a conviction of de­
fendant, who was assistant cashier of the bank alleged to have been defrauded,
the jury must be satisfied beyond a reasonable doubt that defendant intended
by his acts to defraud the bank. The general charge instructed the jury on
the presumption of defendant’s innocence, the necessity of proof of guilt be­
yond a reasonable doubt, that there was an allegation in the indictment that the
acts charged were done with intent to injure or defraud the bank, that the
intent charged might be proven by the act done, that one may be presumed to
have intended the natural and probable consequences of acts done, though such
presumption is rebuttable, and that if a man knows the act he is about to com­
mit will naturally or necessarily have the effect of injuring or defrauding an­
other, and he voluntarily does the act, he is chargeable in law with the inten­
tion to injure or defraud. The court then summond up its charge in these words:
“ So the question for you to .determine from all the evidence in this case is
whether his intention in these different acts was to injure and defraud, by taking
into consideration what the natural effect was and whether willful or lawful.”
Held, the charge minimized too much the testimony of the defendant as to his
intent, and restricted the jury in determining his intent too closely to the con­
sideration of the rebuttable presumption of law that one may be presumed to
have intended the natural and probable consequences of his acts intentionally
done. (Ib.)
Offenses—Indictment.
(U. S. C. C. A., 1917.) An indictment charging a misapplication of the moneys,
funds, and credits of a national bank, in violation of Rev. St. § 5209, which
contained no averment that a credit which it alleged defendant unlawfully
 with the bank ever injured the bank or caused i t loss, is defective. (Ib.)
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Offenses—Indictment.
(U. S. C. C. A., 1917.) Under Rev. St., sec. 5209, an indictment charging mis­
application of the moneys, funds, and credits of a national bank is defective,
where it did not charge that the moneys, funds, and credits were misapplied
with intent to injure and defraud the banking association or any other company,
body politic or corporate, or any individual person. (Ib.)
Criminal law—Revievj on appeal—Harmless error.
(U. S. C. C. A., 1917.) The admission of evidence is not ground for reversal in a
criminal case, where the same facts were afterwards shown by defendant’s
testimony. (Garanflo v. United States. Duncan v. Same, 246 Fed. Rep., 910.)
Prosecution—Evidence of intent.
(U. S. C. C. A., 1917.) In a prosecution for willful misapplication of the funds of
a national bank by defendants, who were its managing officers, evidence was
admissible to show that in their reports to the directors defendants did not
mention a large overdraft by a corporation of which they were the principal
stockholders. (Ib.)
Pleas in abatement—Irregularity in drawing of grand jury.
(U. S. 0. C. A., 1917.) The right to file a plea in abatement for irregularity in
drawing the grand jury, months after the indictment was returned, is not ab­
solute, but, subject to the sound discretion of the court, and its refusal to rule
on such a plea, filed without leave seven months after the indictment was
returned, and after two prior pleas had been ruled on, was not error. (Matters v.
United States, 244 Fed. Rep., 736.)
Evidence—Relevancy.
(U. S. C. 0. A., 1917.) On the trial of an indictment charging a violation of the
national banking law (Rev. St., section 5209^ (Comp. St. 1916, section 9772)),
by aiding and inducing the president of a national bank to issue a certificate of
deposit without consideration to the bank, which defendant used in part pay­
ment of an indebtedness of his own, evidence showing the entire transaction
between defendant and his creditor, who was a widow, and tending to show
that he attempted to defraud her, was irrelevant to the issue, and its admission
was prejudicial error. (Ib.)
OFFSETS.
Bankruptcy— Jurisdiction of bankruptcy court—Adverse claim to property.
(U. S. C. C. A., 1918.) A bank can not acquire the right to set off against an
indebtedness to it money deposited by a bankrupt after the filing of the petition
against him, so as to require a plenary suit by the trustee for its recovery, but
he may proceed by petition for a summary order in the bankruptcy proceeding.
(Reed v. Barnett Nat. Bank of Jacksonville. In re Long, 250 Fed. Rep., 983.)
Assignments—Actions by assignee—Defenses.
(U. S. C. C. A., 1918.) All defenses and set-offs^available against an assignor ol
a chose in action are available against his assignee. (Wagner et al. v. Central
Banking & Security Co., 249 Fed. Rep., 145.)
POWERS.
Corporations— Ultra vires note—Right to urge defense.
(U. S. C. C. A., 1918.) In an action by a bank on a note of a corporation indorsed
by another, where it was contended that the note was ultra vires, the corpora­
tion, having received from the original and primary debtors, who used the note,
full satisfaction of the amount, is not entitled to urge the defense of ultra vires.
(Burke Brick Co. et al. v. First Nat. Bank of Cape Girardeau, Mo. Burke Bros.
v. Same. Burke et al. v. Same, 249 Fed. Rep., 607.)
Power to negotiate loans for others.
(Oreg. Sup., 1917.) National banks have no power to negotiate loans for others.
(Pollock v. Lumbermen’s National Bank of Portland, 168 Pacific Reporter,
616.)



Action against national bank—Defense.
(Oreg. Sup., 1917.) A national bank’s want of authority to act as broker in
negotiating a loan for another is available as a defense to the bank, in an ac­
tion against it by the lender, for whom it acted, for damages from its failure to
lend on sound security. (Pollock v. Lumbermen’s National Bank of Port­
land, 168 Pacific .Reporter, 616.)
SHAREHOLDERS.
R ight

of

S hareholder

to

I n s p e c t L ist

of

Sh a r eh o lder s.

Stockholder in national bank may inspect list of stockholders.
(Ky. Appeals, 1913.) A bona fide stockholder in a national bank is entitled to
inspect the list of stockholders under the statute and take such memoranda
therefrom as he may wish without regard to his motive for making the inspec­
tion. But one who is not a stockholder in good faith is not entitled to such
inspection, and will not be aided by injunction to obtain it. (Murray et al.
v. Walker, 156 Ky., 536.)
A ssessm en ts.

StockhoIders—Double liability.
(U. S. C. C. A., 1917.) Where a person, with full knowledge of the fact, becomes
a record shareholder in a national banking association, the double liability
imposed by Rev. St., section 5151, continues-until by his act he removes his
name from the record, and a transfer of his shares without a change in the cor­
porate records does not free him from liability. (Williams v. Vreeland, 244
Fed. Rep., 346.)
Shareholders—Liability—“Ratification. ’’
(U. S. C. C. A., 1917.) Where a.person becomes and for a time continues to be
a registered shareholder in a national banking association without knowledge
of that fact, he does not incur the double liability imposed by Rev. St., section
5151, unless he approves the transfer by a ratification which implies an in­
tended approval with full knowledge, and until such ostensible shareholder
does or assents to some act of the party creating the alleged relation, no estoppel
can arise. (Ib.)
Shareholders—Prima facie liability.
(IJ. S. C. C. A., 1917.) Proof that defendant was a shareholder of record in a
national banking association and that she did nothing to remove her name
establishes a prima facie case of the liability to assessment for the double
liability imposed by Rev. St., section 5151. (Ib.)
Suit against stockholder—Burden of proof—Shifting of burden.
(U. S. 0. C. A., 1917.) Where a bank receiver suing to enforce an assessment
against a shareholder makes out a prima facie case, the burden of proving non­
liability shifts to the shareholder. (Ib.)
Shareholders—Liability—“Ratification.”
(U. S. 0. 0. A., 1917.) Where a husband without her knowledge transferred tc
Iris wife on the books of a national banking association stock owned by him
the wife’s indorsement of a check payable to the husband and indorsed by him,
which was drawn in payment of a dividend declared before the transfer, doet
not amount to a ratification rendering her liable as a shareholder; the checl
not indicating that she was the holder of the .shares. (Ib.)
Stockholders—Liability—Evidence—‘‘Ratification. ’’
(U. S. 0. 0. A., 1917.) In suit by the receiver of a national bank to enforc<
an assessment against defendant, who appeared on the books of the associatioi
as a shareholder, where defendant denied liability on the ground that the share*
had been transferred to her by her husband without her knowledge, and tha
she had never ratified the transaction, the fact that defendant, at the request o
of her husband, who, in answer to questions, merely informed her that he hac
made a mistake, indorsed a power of attorney on the back of the certificates t<
such stock, did not, where she was not informed that the certificates were in he:
name, establish a ratification of the transfer, rendering defendant .liable as s
shareholder, and a contrary finding was warranted. (Ib.)



Evidence—Presumptions.
(U. S. C. 0 . A,, 1917.) Where a wife indorsed certificates of bank stock which had
been transferred on the books of the banking association to her by her husband
without knowledge, there is a presumption of law that she knew the nature of
the transaction. (Ib.)
Evidence—Presumptions—Effect.
(U. S. C. C. A., 1917.) A presumption stands in lieu of evidence of the fact, and
may support a finding if not rebutted. (Ib.)
Appeal and error—Review— Verdict.
(U. S. 0. C. A., 1917.) Where the presumptions and evidence are conflicting, a
verdict of the jury thereon is conclusive. (Ib.)
Trial—Binding instruction—Effect of request.
(U. S. C. C. A., 1917.) A prayer by each party for binding instructions in his
favor is equivalent to a joint request for a finding of fact by the court, and does
not amount to a submission without the intervention of a jury within Rev. St.,
sections 649, 700 (Comp. St. 1916, sections 1587, 1668); hence the direction of a
verdict by the court is conclusive. (Ib.)
Comptroller has discretionary power to withdraw assessment.
(U. S. Sup., 1917.) Comptroller of Currency has discretionary power to withdraw
assessment on shareholders before it is paid, or when partly paid. (Korbly v.
Springfield Inst, for Savings, 245 U. S. It., 330.)
When second assessment is void.
(U. S. Sup., 1917.) Where sums paid by savings banks to receiver of national
bank in which they held shares were intended to be applied against their lia­
bilities under National Bank Act, to enforce which an assessment was then out­
standing, second assessment, exceeding difference between their statutory
liabilities and amounts so paid, is void. (Ib.)
TAXATION.
Taxation—National banks— il Capital stock.1
’
{IT. S.Dist.Ct.,1917.) Rev. St. § 5219 (Act June 3,1864, c. 106, §41,13 Stat. I ll, as
amended by Act Feb. 10,1868, c. 7,15 Stat. 34 [Comp. St. 1916, § 9784]), empowers
states to tax shares of stock of national banks by including them in the valuation
of the personal property of the owners, subject to the restriction that shares owned
by nonresidents shall be fixed in the city or town where the bank is located.
Act Dec. 23, 1913, c. 6, 38 Stat. 251, providing for Federal Reserve Banks, by
section 2 (Comp. St. 1916, § 9786), requires national banks to accept its provisions
under penalty of forfeiture of franchise, and provides the percentage of subscrip­
tions to the stock of Federal Reserve^ Banks, while section 7 (section 9791)
declares that Federal Reserve Banks, including the capital stock and surplus
therein, shall be exempt from taxation. Held that, as the “ capital stock” of
a corporation differs from the shares of stock and is the property or funds
contributed by stockholders as a basis for the business, section 5219 was not
modified by Act Dec. 23, 1913, and taxes assessed against an Ohio National
bank under Gen. Code, Ohio, §§ 5408, 5410, 5411, 5412, 5672, on account of the
bank’s ownership of shares of stock in a Federal Reserve Bank, are collectible,
and no exemption can be allowed because the capital stock of the Reserve Bank is
exempt. (First National Bank of Cincinnati v, Durr County Auditor et ah, 246
Fed. Rep., 163.)




TABLES

T a b l e N o.

1.—Comptrollers and Deputy Comptrollers of the Currency,, dates of appoint*
ment and resignation, and States whence appointed.
D at e of
appointment.

No.

Name.

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13

Hugh McCulloch...............................................
Freeman Clarke................................................
Ililand R. Hulburd..........................................
John la y Knox..................................................
Henry W. Cannon.......... ...............................
William L. Trenholm............ ..........................
Edward S. Lacey..............................................
A. Barton Hepburn........................................
James II. Eckels...............................................
Charles G. Dawes.............................................
William Barret Ridgely...................................
Lawrence O. Murray........................................
John Skelton Williams....................................

Date of
resignation.

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

9,1863
21,1865
1,1867
25,1872
12,1884
20,1886
1,1889
2,1892
26,1893
1,1898
1,1901
28, 1908
2,1914

Mar. 8,1865
July 24,1866
Apr. .3,1872 ,
Apr. 30,1884
Mar. 1,1886
Apr. 30,1889
June 30,1892
Apr. 25,1893
Dec. 31,1897
Sept. 30,1901
Mar. 28,1908
JApr. 27,1913

Indiana.
New York.
Ohio.
Minnesota.
Do.
South Carolina.
Michigan.
N ew York.
Illinois.
Do.
Do.
N ew York.
Virginia.

May
Aug.
Mar.
Aug.
Jan.
Jan.
Aug.
Apr.
Mar.
Sept.
June
July

9,1803
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.
Apr.
June

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

.State.

COMPTROLLERS OF THE CURRENCY.

DEPUTY COMPTROLLERS OF THE CURRENCY.

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

Samuel T. Howard...........................................
Hi lan d R. Hulbur d ..........................................
John Jay Knox.................................................
John S. Langworthv........................................
V. P. Snyder........ i ............................. .............
J. D. Abrahams................................................
R. M. Nixon.....................................................
Oliver P. Tucker............................... ...............
George M. Coffin...........................................
Lawrence O. Murray........................................
Thomas P. Kane...............................................
Willis J. Fowler................................................

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

1 Term expired.
T a b l e N o . 2 . —Names

and compensation of officers and clerhs in the office of the Comp­
troller of the Currency, Oct. 31, 1918.

Name.

Grade.

Salary.

'Williams, John Skelton.
Comptroller..............
1 So,000
Deputy comptroller.
Kane, Thomas P ............
3.500
Fowler, Willis J..............
3.000
.......do........................
Stewart, Charles A .........
Chief clerk................
2.500
Sehreiner, Edmund E ...
Superintendent.......
2.500
Quinn, Edmund F ____
Chief of division.......
2,509
Speare, Willis B .............
.......do........................
2,209
Herndon, John G...........
2,009
Teller..............................................
Stewart, Adelia M..........
2.000
Davenport, Henry B _
_
Bookkeeper............ ......................
2,000
Assistant bookkeeper..................
Steffens, Frederick R . . .
2,000
Avery, Antoinette...___
Clerk, class 4 .................................
1,'8Q
0
Carter, Aubrey B ..........
1,800
....... do.............................................
Davenport, William S. ..
1,800
.......do............................ ....... .........
Hutchinson, Bruce E . . .
1,800
.......do........................................... .
Israel, Frank T ...............
....... do........................ ....... ..... ---1, -800
1,800
McDonnell, John J.........
....... do.............................................
Poultney, William W ...
.......do.............................................
1,800
j .......do.......................... ............. ...
Thompson, George.........
1,800
Wanamaker, William H.
.......do.............................................
1,800
I.......do............................................. 1,800
Wheeler, Arthur M........
1,800
Wilcox, Ephraim S . ___
.......do.............................................
1,800
Yeatman, John P ...........
....... do........................ ....................
I Clerk, class 3, and bond clerk. .. 2 1,600
Pennock, Carrie L ..........
1 The salary of the comptroller chargeable to the Bureau of the Comptroller of the Currency is 15,000,
is a member of the Federal Reserve Board the comptroller receives an additional annual compensation
j f $ 7,0 0 0 , making the total annualsalary of the Comptroller of the Currency 112,000.
2 In addition $200 as bond clerk.




T a b l e N o . 2 .-—Names

and compensation of officers and clerics in the office of the Com%
troller of the Currency, Oct. 81, 1918—Continued.
Name.

Grade.

Adkins, Milton T..............................................................................
Barksdale, George T ........................................................................
Black, Harriet M..............................................................................
Bock, Carl.......................................................................................
Chorpenmng, Ira I .........................................................................
Crossen. Gail W ..............................................................................
Cults, Arthur D ..............................................................................
Ellis, Harrie B ..............................................................................
Gross, Clyde E ..................................................................................
Hicks', Tirnnis...................................................................................
Johnston, Edna E ............................................................................
Lewis, John 0 ..................................................................................
Maxey, Charles T.............................................................................
Nelson', Nesmith P ........................................
................
....
__
Ogden, Morris M........................................
Sullivan, Warren E .........................................................................
Wariield, Susie N .............................................................................
O’Mara, Vera L ................................................................................
Bates, Eveline C..............................................................................
Bates', Mary E ..............................................................................
Bonner, Lillian W ...........................................................................
Braxton, Henry...............................................................................
Bulger, John C"................................................................................
Burton, Russell O ...........................................................................
Conrad,' Mary L................................................................................
Dickinson, Dorothy.........................................................................
Dobson, Hervie A ..........................................................................
Fuller, Jennie L...............................................................................
Gray, A. Allen..................................................................................
Hohenstein, Julian R ......................................................................
Hunt, Herman.................................................................................
Ketner, John H ................................................................................
MeFadden, Arthur M.....................................................................
Noble, Clyde M................................................................................
Owens, Walter J ..............................................................................
Pumphrey, Carrie B ........................................................................
Reese, William H ............................................................................
Sithens, Charles H ...........................................................................
True, Gordon C................................................................................
Verrill, Harry M..............................................................................
Wilson, Charles F ........................................................... ................
Branson, Edythe M.........................................................................
Bridgman, Florence E ....................................................................
Campbell, Louisa........................................................................
Carey, Ellen................................................. . ..................................
Carman, Elida M..............................................................................
...............................................
Clark; Grace R
. _
De Shields, Geo. D ...........................................................................
Dudley, Irma E ................................................................................
Ferron, Syvilla E ........................................... ...........................
Force, Laura...................................................................................
Herndon, John W ............................................................................
Jamieson, William G.......................................................................
Jaques, Clara L ................................................................................
Judson, Alfred W ...........................................................................
Jump, Mollie C.................................................................................
Kennedy, Alice M............................................................................
Lamb, Joseph E
.........................................................................
LoefFler, Mae E
......................................................................
■Marble, George R
........................................................
Martin, Mary A .............................................................................
Mason, Daniel H .
...............................................................
Ram rhell, Paul C .
......................................................
Reed, Samuel E
.........................................................................
R.ieht,hammer Charles .T
..........................................
Robinson, Lizzie S ......................................................................
Rosson, Louise B
...............................................................
Schafer Katherine E
_
.............................................
Spencer, Norma H .........................................................................
Stauffer, Helen W
.............................................................
Walker, Johanna R
......................................................
Whelan, Marjorie B .........................................................................
Willard, Clara L .
...............................................................
Wolff, Fred A
......................................................................
Baldwin Wallace N
...............................................................
Beall, Clara M
.........................................................................
Cook, Geo. M
.........................................................................
Ealy, Esther
...............................................................
Fallon, Margaret A
...........................................................
Frye, Rnhy M
...........................................................
Hanlon, Maggie T........................................................................
Hayford, Arthur L
...........................................................

Clerk, class 3 ...............................
....... do.............................................
....... do...................................... ...
....... do..
....... do..
....... do . . .
....... do..
. .
....... do.
....... do..............
....... do...........................................
....... do.............................................
....... do.............................................
....... do.............................................
....... do.
....... do..............
....... do..........................
.......
....... do......................
. ..
Stenographer...............................
Clerk, class 2 ..............................
....... do.............................................
....... do.............................................
....... do............................................
....... do.............................................
....... do.............................................
____ do........................
. . ..
....... do.............................................
....... do........................
....... do.............................................
....... do............................:___ ____
....... do...................................... ......
....... do........................ ....................
....... do.............................................
....... do........................ ....................
....... do.............................................
....... do.............................................
....... do........................................... .
....... do............................................
....... do........................ ..................
_ .do......................................
_
_ do............................... .............
_
Cleric, class 1.................................
....... do................... ..........................
_ do.............................................
_
....... do.......................... .................
....... do.......................... .................

....... do................................. ..........
....... do.............................................
....... do .........................................
....... do............... ............................
....... do.............................................
....... do.............................................
....... do ...........................................
....... do.............................................
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....... do.............................................
....... do............................................
....... do.............................................
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....... do.............................................
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....... do........ .................................
....... do.............................................
....... do........................................... ....... do.............................................
. . . . .do............................................
....... do.................................... - ___
....... do.............................................
Clerk, class E ................................
....... do.............................................
....... do.........................................
....... do.............................................
_ .do.............................................
_
....... d o ............................................
....... do.............................................
....... do............................................
Digitized forLoweil, Helen B ............................. ..................................... .... ....... do.............................................
FRASER
....... do.............................................



Salary
$1,6(
1, 6
1
1,6(
1,6(
1,61
1,61
1,61
1,6-1
1,61
1,61
1,61
1,61
1,61
1, 61
1,61
1,61
3 61
1,61
1,41
1,41
1,41
1,41
1,41
1,41
1,41
1,41
1,41
1,41
1,41
1,41
1,41
1,41
1,41
1,41
1.41
1.41
1,41
1,41
1,41
1,41
3,4(
1,21
1,21
1,21
1,21
1,21
1,2(
1,21
1,21
1,2i
1,2i
l,2i
1,2
1,2
1,2
1,2
1,2
1,2
1,2
1,2
1,2
R2
1,2
1,2
1,2
1,2
3,2
1,2
1,2
1,2
1,2
1,2
1,2
1,2
1,1
1,1
1,1
1,1

1,1
1

ll

Name.

Grade.

Salary.

Lyon, Freda..................................................................................... Clerk, class E __
Murphy, Clara M............................................................................. ....... do..........................
Small, Marjorie G............................................................................ ....... do............................................
Smith, Charles A ............................................................................. ....... d o ...
Smitiq Henry E ..............................................................................
Stokes, Emma W ........................................................................... ....... do..........................
Trumbull, Annette.............................. ........................................... ....... do......................
Bright, Jacob L .................................... .................. ....................... Engineer
.......
Bailey \ Jane...................................................................................... Clerk, cl ess D
Burlingame, Della J........................................................................ ....... do............................
Fitzgerald, May E ........................................................... ..............
Friedrichs’ Minna K ....................................................................... ....... do........................
Jones, Anna E ...................................... ..........................................
Jones^ Margaret E ..........................................................................
Korhammor, Tonina.......................................................................
Lowell, Harriet P ........................................................................... _ do.............................................
_
Moncure, Frances W .......................................................................
Serrin, Frank P ...............................................................................
Barnard, Sarah A ............................................................................ Cmmter..
................
Barry, Gertrude I ..........................................................................
do...............................
Brittain, Alice A ...................................................................
Brown, Mary L ...............................................................................
Chiles, Charles R ............................................................................ ....... do.............................................
Cross, Mary A...............................................................................
Dougherty, Blanch......................................................................
Elmore, Annie L.............................................................................. _ do.............................................
_
Goodall, Mary E ..............................................................................
..d o.....................................
Hagerty, Alice A..........................................................................
...d o .....................................
Heizer, Nannie B ....................... ..................................................... .. . .do............................................
Hilleary, Rua.................................................................................
_ do.............................................
_
Hopkins, Edna I............................................................................ _ do........................................
_
Nalley, Adelaide............................................................................ _ do...........................................
_
Ortman, Donata E .......................................................................... ....... do.............................................
Sherwood, Georgia M...................................................................... ....... do.............................................
Stanowsky, Lillie M........................................................................
Wood, Kathleen................................. ...........................................
Dillard, John.............................................................................
Messenger....................................
Carroll, William B .......................................................................... ' Assistant messenger.....................
Freeman, George W....................................................................... ....... do.............................................
Simms, Harry E .............................................................................. ....... do.............................................
Taylor, John H .............................................................................
_ do.............................................
_
Thomas, Edward........................................................................... ....... do.............................................
Thompson, Joseph, jr.................................................... ................. ....... do.............................................
Easterday, William A..................................................................... Fireman........................................
Biggs, Virginia E. B ...................................................................... Counter.........................................
.. do............................................
Potts, Clara B .................................................................................
Williams, Ella M............................................................................. ....... do.............................................
Hall, James....................................................................................... Laborer........................................
Mann, Harry................................................................................... ____ do............................................
Tulloss, Frank S .............................................................................. ....... do............................................
Ryan, Edward J. J .......................................................................... Messenger boy..............................
Christman, Granville...................................................................... ....... do............................................
Penkert, Charles G.......................................................................... ....... do.............................................
Banks, Helen G.............................................................................. Charwoman..................................
Nunley, Katie.................................................................................. ....... do.............................................

000

000
000

; ooo
,000
,000

,000
,000

eoo
ooo
ooo
000
eoo
ooo
ooo
900
000

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
680
660
660
480
420
420
240
240

T able N o. 3.—Expenses of the office o f the Comptroller of the Currency for the year

ended June 30, 1918.

For special dies, plates, printing, etc................................................................ ............................
For salaries................................................. ......................................................................................
For salaries reimbursed by national b an k s..................................................................................

$331,549.48
164,468.01
45,023.67

Total expenses of the office of the Comptroller of the Currency from its organiza­
tion, May, 1863, to June 30, 1918....................................................................................... 18,549,004.21

T able N o. 4. — Number of national banks organized since Feb. 25, 1863, number passed

out of the system, and number in operation Oct. 31,1918.
Total number organized............................................................................................................................... 11,258
Number passed into voluntary liquidation.....................................................................................2,746
Number passed i nto liquidation upon expiration of corporate existence....................................
196
Number placed in charge of receivers L ........................................................................................
551
Number passed out of the system...............................................................................................................

3,493

Number now in operation............ ............................................................................................... - - 7,765




i

Exclusive of those restored to solvency.

N o. 5 . —National banks the corporate existence of which will expire during the
year ending Oct. 31, 1919, ivith date of expiration and capital, the charters of which may
be extended under the act of July 12, 1882.

T able

Char­
ter
No.

Title.

5155 National Shawmiit Bank of Boston ..........................................
5165
5162 Farmers National Bank" of Fresno.................................................
5161 Louisville National Banking Company of Louisville________
5160
5164
5166 Perkiomen National Bank of East Greenville......................... ..
5169
5171
5173
5172
5180
5175
5178
5176
5179
5188
5181
5182
5185
5187
5184
5183
5186
5210
5204
5190
5189
5193
5202
5199
5196
5198
5211

5212
5203
5205
5208
5206
5200
5216
5213
5209
5218
5215
5214
5217
5220
5229
5221
5227
5225
5222
5224
5226
5223
5228
5262
5232
5234
5235
5233

State.

Mass.........
Iowa.........
Cal............
K y............
Ohio .......
W. Va.......
P a.............
Kans.........

First National Bank of Tulsa........................................................ Okla.........
Citizens National Bank of Bedford ............................................ Ind .......
Mo
Commercial National Bank of Columbus..................................... Nebr.........
Uvalde National Bank, Uvalde ................................................... T e x .........
First National Bank of"Addison.................................................... N. Y
First National Bank of Hattiesburg ........................................... Miss
Frost National Bank of San Antonio............................................ T e x .........
Citizens National Bank of Alton .................................................. Ill..............
Border National Bank of Eagle Pass............................................ Tex
Murchison National Bank of Wilmington................................... N .C ..........
First National Bank of Rockwell City......................................... Iowa.........
Bedford National Bank, Bedford_ 1.......................................... Ind. __
_
Red Lion First National Bank, Red L io n ................................. Pa
Farmers and Traders National Bank of Colebrook.................... N. H . . . .
Oystermen’s National Bank of Sayville........... ......................... N .Y ..
Milford National Bank, Milford.................................................... . ..d o..........
First National Bank of Glen Campbell........................................ Pa
Citizens National Bank of N avasota............................................ T e x .........
First National Bank of Genoa........................................................ Nebr.........
First National Bank of Rantoul.................................................... Ill ..
Athens National Bank, Athens..................................................... Pa .........
First National Bank of Rockland................................................. Mich
First National Bank of Waviand.................................................. N .Y
Peoples National Bank of Delta.................................................... Pa
Bloomsburg National Bank, Bloomsburg....................................
do .......
Central National Bank of Marietta............................................... Ohio
Waggoner National Bank of Vernon............................................. Tex
First National Bank of Ridgewood.............................................. N. J
Mechanics National Bank of Millville........................................... ...d o ..........
First National Bank of Stillwater................................................. Okla
First National Bank of Rock Valley.................................i .......... Towa
First National Bank of Schuylkill Haven................................... Pa
City National Bank of Lincoln...................................................... Nebr
Union National Bank of Springfield............................................. Mo.
First National Bank of Napoleon.................................................. Ohio
First National Bank of Perth Amboy.......................................... N. J .
First National Exchange Bank of Sidney.................................... Ohio
Tex
City National Bank of San Antonio..........................................
First National Bank of Roswell.................................................... N. Mex__
American National Bank of Ridgewood...................................... Va
Lamberton National Bank of Franklin........................................ Pa
Cement National Bank of Siegfried............................................... ^ d o .........
Bank of Pittsburgh National Association, Pittsburgh............... . do
First National Bank of Stoughton................................................. Wis
First National Bank of Pawnee..................................................... Okla
First National Bank of St. Marys................................................ W. V a ....
First National Bank of Amboy...........................................
Ill
Citizens National Bank of Potsdam.............................................. N. Y.
First National Bank of Newcomerstown...................................... Ohio _
_
First National Bank of Lakewood..........................................
N. J
First National Bank of Lansford................................................... Pa
Torrington National Bank, Torrington........................................ Conn.........
First National Bank of Arthur...................................................... Ill..........
Total (62 banks)....................................................................




Date of
expira­
tion.

Capital.

1918.
Nov. 11 $ 10, 000,000
Nov. 30
50,000
Dec. 4
300.000
Dec. 8
250.000
Dec. 12
150.000
Dec. 15
500.000
Dec. 21
50,000
Dec. 28
200.000
1919.
Jan. 2
do..
Jan. 16
. .do..
Jan. 17
Jan. 23
Jan. 24
Feb. 5
Feb. 6
Feb. 13
Feb. 17
Mar. 6
Mar. 13
Mar. 17
Mar. 20
Mar. 26
Apr. 4
Apr. 7
Apr. 9
Apr. 13
Apr. 14
Apr. 16
Apr. 26
May 5
May 15
May 23
May 28
May 31
June 2
June 5
June 11
June 19
June 23
June 26
July 7
July 11
July 21
Aug. 1
Aug. 9
Sept. 1
Sept. 19
Sept. 21
d o ___
Oct. 2
Oct. 3
Oct. 6
Oct. 9
Oct. 10
do
Oct. 16
Oct. 18
do . .
Oct. 27
Oct. 30

200,000
100,000

2,000,000
50.000
125.000
50.000
350.000
500.000
100.000
100,000

1,000,000
50.000

100,000

50.000
50.000
50.000
25.000

100,000
100,000

50.000
50.000
50.000
25.000
50.000
50.000

100,000
200,000

50.000
50.000

100,000

50.000
50.000
50.000
300.000
100.000

50.000

100,000
100,000
100,000
100,000

1,000,000
100,000

50.000
2,400,000
50.000
50.000
50.000
100,000
100,000

50.000
50.000

100,000
200,000

50.000

22,725,000

T a b l e N o . 6 . —National

banks the corporate existence of which will expire during the
year ending Oct. 31, 1919, with date of expiration, etc., the charters of which way be
reextended under the act of July 12, 1882, a> amended Apr. 12, 1902.

Char­
ter
No.

Title.

2406
2403

Farmers National Bank of Valoaraiso.........................................

State.

_
_

______________________

Capital.

1918
N. Y ......... Nov. 17
Ind........... Nov. 26
1919
N. Y ......... Jan. 13
K y............ Jan. 20
P a............ Jan. 24
Cal............ Feb. 4
Conn........ Feb. 7
Til.............. Feb. 9
Md............ Feb. 25
Iowa......... Mar. 5
V t............. Apr. 4
N. Y ......... May 30
Pa ......... July 18
Mass......... Aug. 19
Mo............ .. .do
N. Mex__ Aug. 24
N. D a k ... Sept. 2
Mass......... Sept. 15

2410 Farmers National Bank of Rome..................................................
2409 Farmers National Bank of D a n v ille ................. ........................
2408 Burgettstown National Bank, Burgettstown..............................
2412 First National Bank of Stockton..................................................
2414 First National Bank of Winsted...................................................
2413 Citizens National Bank of Princeton............................................
2416 Third National Bank of Cumberland...........................................
2417 Oskaloosa National Bank, Oskaloosa...........................................
2422 Allen National Bank of Fair Haven.............................................
2426 Black River National Bank of Lowville......................................
2428 Bradford National Bank, Bradford..............................................
2430 City National Bank of Holyoke ...................................................
2432 Scotland County National Bank of Memphis.............................
2436 First National Bank of Las Vegas ...............................................
2434 First National Bank of Bismarck..................................................
2435 Chapin National Bank of Springfield...........................................
Total f18 banks'i

Date of
expira­
tion.

$100,000
75,000
250.000
100.000
100,000
200,000
100,000
100,000
100,000
100,000
50,000
100,000
200,000
500.000
50,000
100.000
100,000
500,000
i

'

2, 825.000

T a b l e N o . 7 . —Authorized

capital stock of the national banks on the first day of each
month from Jan. 1, 1906, to Nov. 1, 1918, United States bonds and miscellaneous
securities (act May 30, 1908) on deposit to secure circulation, circulation secured by bonds
on deposit, circulation secured by miscellaneous securities, the amount of lawful money
on deposit to redeem circulation, and national-bank notes outstanding, including notes
of national gold banks.
Date.

Circulation
United
secured
Num­ Authorized States bonds
by United
ber of capital stock. on deposit
States
banks.
to secure
bonds.
circulation.

1906.
January.........
February.......
March............
April..............
May................
June...............
July................
August...........
September_
_
October.........
November_
_
December___

5,898
5,935
5,968
5,999
6,032
6,069
6,107
6,132
6,162
6,189
6,225
6,249

$818,482,075
822,022,075
824,640,275
826,0 55,275
827,925,275
830,163,775
833,073,775
836;729,775
839,804,775
841,864,775
845,939,775
853,774,775

1907.
January.........
February.......
March............
April..............
May................
June...............
July................
August...........
September_
_
October..........
November_
_
December___

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
867,7 7 6 ,2 7 5
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

1908.
January.........
February.......
March............
April..............
May................
June...............
July................
August...........
September__
October..........
November_
_
December.. .
.

6,675
6,699
6,733
6,764
6,787
6,810
6,827
6,855
6,870
6,874
6,873
6,884

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



Circulation
Lawful
Total
money on
secured
nationalby miscel­ deposit to bank notes
laneous
redeem
outstanding.
securities. circulation.

$506,689,990 $504,842,313
509,901,690 506,366,649
511.846.440 509,173; 566
514,362,990 512,221,552
516.387.440 514,423,519
519,265,530 516,036,147
520,605,210 517,847,749
520,388,610 516,573,399
526,944,030 524,439,161
530,772,270 527,768,924
539,653,180 536,933,169
549,750,830 546,981,447

<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
46,238,816
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

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

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
667,178,177

T able

N o. 7 —Authorized capital stoeh of the national banks on the first day of each
month from Jan. 1, 1906, to Nov. 1, 1918, etc.—Continued.

D ate.

United
Circulation
secured
Num­ Authorized States bonds
ber of capital stock. on deposit
by United
banks.
to secure
States
circulation.
bonds.

1909.
January.........
February_ .
_
March............
April..............
May................
June...............
July................
August..........
September__
October.........
November_
_
December___

6,889
6,903
6,907
6,90G
6,916
6,926
6,955
6,975
6,998
7,012
7,025
7,039

$933,020,275
937.105.275
939.320.275
942.996.775
944.726.775
945.516.775
947.726.775
948.931.775
956.017.775
963.976.925
964.621.925
965.791.925

January.
February
March. ..
_
April_
May.......
Ju n e .....
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...........
Juno.........
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

1912.
January.........
February.......
March............
April..............
May................
June...............
July................
A u g u s t ...........
September....
October.........
November_
_
December___
1913.
January.........
February.......
March............
April..............
May................
June...............
J u ly ..............
August...........
September__
October.........
November_
_
December___

$631,318,790 $628,786,205
635,114,560 630,309,637
640,769,140 635,588,885
651,267,130 646,142,390
653,901,910 653,164,570
657,972,970 656,268,268
660,689,070 659,673,408
667,652,650 667,508,731
672,925,700 672,263,695
676,386,040 676,031,393
679,545,740 678,344,764
681,689,370 680,995,267

Circulation
secured
by miscel­
laneous
securities.

Lawful
Total
money an
nationaldeposit to bank notes
redeem
circulation. outstanding.

$48,281,960
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

$677,068,165
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

681,239,381
681,332,354
679,387,520
680.279.323
683,254,858
682,765,703
685,617,013
684,468,093
687.132.323
688,157,577
691,335,845
693,695,443

26,952,730
28,546,979
30,635,348
31,947,510
30.206.728
29,477,138
27,913,720
27,561,375
30.188.728
32,638,029
33,538,463
33,160,390

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

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

695,663,920 693,370,056
696.706.300 692,939,203
697,088,760 693,119,715
697,082,510 693,261,786
695,657,540 691,468,720
697.441.300 693,665,285
698.605.810 695,025,073
705,648,210 701,427,086
710,141,420 707,180,923
712.812.810 708,976,455
714,170,320 711,099,938
715,560,170 712,115,338

34,335,925
33,506,185
35,815,326
35,891,130
36,675,998
34,812,726
33,169,435
31,396,930
30,025,825
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
739,165,314
739,764,336

7,340
7,348
7,353
7,365
7,372
7,387
7,394
7,400
7,410
7,422
7,428
7,426

1,033,302,135
1.036.132.435
1.038.495.435
1.041.410.435
1.043.705.435
1.045.170.435
1.040.545.435
1.054.350.435
1.056.575.435
1.056.775.435
1.053.670.435
1,053,055,425

717.578.120
719,811,320
722,026,920
721.315.120
723,035,910
724,265,600
724,493,740
725,505,460
727,317,530
728,984,230
730,257,280
731,366,680

714,363,068
715,493,996
718,548,203
717,001,493
718,604,693
719,861,030
720,424,110
721,623,148
723,905,556
725,395,343
727,169,316
728,515,285

26,240,119
26,167,972
25,724,070
27,869,790
27,115,655
25,631,642
24,710,882
23,282,793
22,595,751
22,384,311
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

7,431
7,438
7,446
7,455
7,468
7,485
7,492
7,498
7,504
7.513
7.514
7,513

1.052.880.175
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
1,066,862,165
1.066.992.175
1.068.534.175
1.069.029.175

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
743,590,500

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
739,677,565

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
17,481,906

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
757,159,471




T able

N o. 7 . —Authorized capital stock of the national hanks on the first day of each
month from Jan. 1, 1906, to Nov. 1, 1918, etc.—Continued.
Circulation
secured
by miscel­
laneous
securities.

Lawful
Total
money on
nationaldeposit to bank notes
redeem
circulation. outstanding.

1914.
January.........
February.......
March............
April..............
May................
June...............
July................
A ugust1.........
September_
_
October.........
November_
_
December___

7,509 $1,070,139,175 $743,066,500 $740,633,645
7,501 1.069.684.675
741.645.500 736,194,233
7,500 1.069.864.675
741.445.500 736,509,838
7,500 1.069.969.675
740,603,400 735,445,281
7,519 1.069.706.675
741,213,210 736,180,040
7,528 1.075.711.675
740,818,360 735,423,425
7,539 1.074.239.175
740,796,910 735,528,960
7,548 1.073.734.175
740,220,660 735,222,801
7,551 1.073.524.175
870,289,600 735,851,383 $126,241,760
7,561 1,075,684,175 1,089,281,290 737,109,983 325,007,900
7,578 1,072,492,175 1,109,989,665 739,716,693 361,119,940
7,584 1,074,074,675 1,017,177,241 740,500,821 270,078,236

$17,209,316 $757,842,961
17,828,533 754,022,766
753,168,831
16,658,993
16,605,018 752,050.299
15,585,726 751.765;766
751,554,696
16,131,271
15,142,939
750,671,899
750,907,021
15,684,220
15,447,138 877,540,281
15,766,893 1,077,884,776
20,632,278 1,121,468,911
101,420,019 1,111,999,076

1915.
January.........
February.......
March............
April..............
May................
June...............
July................
August...........
September__
October_____
November.. . .
December___

7,593
7,603
7,610
7,606
7,612
7,613
7,614
7,613
7,623
7,629
7,632
7,632

1,074,382,175
1,074,959,175
1,076,434,175
1,075,359,175
1,075,186,175
1,077,436,175
1,076,301,175
1,076,421,175
1,077,016,375
1,078,566,375
1,079,321,375
1,077,601,375

897,146,922 720,332,713
810,508,055 723,174,853
770,139,524 716,818,068
751,289,635 718,984,138
742,687,871 722,193,808
738,666,230 725,677,969
736,743,751 725,313,141
735,867.775 723,617,314
735,698,808 722,978,831
735,793,393 722,769,381
735,146,743 722,754.924
731,496, 540 720, 633; 061

168,541,616 1,039,711,021
191,724,115
982,206,133
190,078,639
938,030,441
165,409,147
899.547,980
867,793,067
139,016,678
112,101,038
840,287,947
93,240,891
819,273,593
804,601,373
80,798,814
70,626,198 793,786,807
63,794,876
786,736,460
56,991,554
779,917,681
55,677,100
776,365,653

1916.
January.........
February.......
March............
April. . . . . . . . .
May................
June.. ...........
July................
August...........
_
September_
October..........
November_
_
December___

7,621
7,609
7,607
7,593
7.587
7.596
7.588
7.588
7.597
7,604
7,608
7,604

1.077.501.375
1.074.111.375
1.073.831.375
1.072.838.375
1.071.025.875
1.070.713.375
1.070.858.375
1.071.380.875
1.071.870.875
1.069.763.375
1.074.853.375
1,076,038,375

730,337,740
724,194,340
715,256,090
706,454,690
696,750,590
690,044,040
690,440, 930
689,774,660
689,739,180
687,931,240
687,957,990
682,853,740

719,571,758
718,923,490
711,129,418
702,730,413
693,132,610
686,634,103
686,583,635
685,996,918
683,786,698
684,409,881
679,650,913
675,006,203

51,7G5,450
47,468,578
51,866,895
55.706.278
60,622,296
62,045,070
57; 591,025
54.324.278
50,707,153
48,900,332
46,418,377
49,199,416

771,337,208
766,392,068
762,996,313
758,436,691
753,754,906
748,679,173
744,174,660
740,321,196
734,493,851
733,310,213
726,069,290
724,205,619

1917.
January.........
February.......
March............
April..............
May................
June...............
July................
August .........
September__
October..........
_
November_
December___

7,597
7,593
7, 602
7,600
7,607
7, 616
7,635
7,641
7,661
7,664
7,671
7,676

1.075.733.375 ' 677,315,840 674,659,613
1.075.438.375
675,415,840 670,717,615
1,078,037,875
674,992,080 671,001,858
1.078.577.865
664,526,370 661,371,468
1.083.307.865
667,587,120 664,245,448
1.085.602.865
669,392,710 666,344,773
1.087.287.865
671,333,060 667,670,433
1.091.197.865
673,121,730 670,367,175
1,094,627 865 677,818,430 674,514,656
1.094.952.865
678,134,370 675,182,077
1.096.637.865
679,440,210 676,703,103
1,097,270,065
681,565,810 678,948,778

52,165,627
50,540,476
47,118,057
56,191,132
53,245,374
50,241,202
47,749,577
45,416,747
43;223,059
41,396,305
39,573,272
38,103,287

726,825,240
721,258,091
718,119,915
717,562,600
717,490,822
716,585,975
715,420,010
715,783,922
717,737,715
716,578,382
716,276,375
717,052,065

1918.
January.........
February.......
March............
April..............
May................
June...............
July................
August...........
__
October
November_
_

7, 688
7,687
7,688
7,696
7,703
7,707
7,718
7,730
7,745
7.764
7.765

1.097.555.065
683.581.260
684.508.260
1.098.240.065
1.095.700.065
685,349,410
1.097.015.065
688,060,510
688,969,710
1.097.505.065
691,579,160
1.098.215.065
1.099.170.065
690,384,150
1.101.840.065
690,831,260
September
1.104.675.065 682,411, 730
683,026,300
1.107.364.065
1.108.124.065
684,446,440

37,397,649
36,311,669
37,047,274
36,252,359
36,189,817
35,989,575
36,878,977
36,150,417
44,108,682
43,467,307
41,833,562

719,212,630
717,833,215
718,040,005
720,919,507
722,288,177
723,987,645
724,205,485
723,728,112
724,318,652
721,933,170
721,471,137

Date.

United
Circulation
Num­ Authorized States bonds
secured
ber of capital stock. on deposit
by United
banks.
to secure
States
circulation.
bonds.

681,814,981
681,521,546
680,992,731
684,667,148
686,098,360
687,998,070
687,326,508
687,577,695
680,209,970
678,465,863
679,637,575

150,836,692
67,307,165
31,133,734
15,154,695
6,582,581
2,508,940
719,561
185,245
181,778
172,203
171,203
55,492

i Subsequent to this date, and to December, 1916, miscellaneous securities included with United States
bonds.
N ote.—Notes redeemed but not assorted not included in circulation outstanding.




to

to

1864..
1805..

Ones.

.
.

Redeemed__
Outstanding.
1SG7.- .
1868....
1869..
1870..
1871..

Redeemed. . .
Outstanding.
Redeemed...
Outstanding.
..

Redeemed__
Outstanding.
..

Redeemed......
Outstanding..
..

Outstanding..
1872..
1873..
1874..
1875..
1876..
1877..

..

Redeemed___
Outstanding..
..

Redeemed. . .
Outstanding.
Issued............
..
Redeemed__
..

Redeemed__
Outstanding.
..

Redeemed.. .
Outstanding.
..

Redeemed__
Outstanding.

Fives.

Tens.

Twenties.

Fifties.

One
hundreds.

$26,924,100

Issued............
..
Redeemed__
Outstanding.
Outstanding.

1866..

Twos.

$2,020,167

$1,346,778

2,020,167
7,699,182
7,680
7,691,502
8,396,179
58,606
8,337,573
8.947.798
272,997
8,674,801
9,663,584
973,427
8,690,157
10,843,693
2,752,688
8,091,005
12,673,867
5.471.799
7,202,068
14,297,360
7,919,388
6,377,972
15,526,189
9,891,606
5,634,583
16,550,259
11,143,606
5,406,653
18,048,176
14,092,126
3,956,050
18,851,264
15,556,708
3,294,556
20,618,024
16,815,568
3,802,456

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
0,468,392
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
12,614,896
10,249,092
2,365,804
13,793,936
11, Hi; 052
2,682,884




$19,708,260

$6,536,920

$2,491,300

$2,903,400

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
196,215,680
65,208,025
131,007,655
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

19,708,260
53,493,210
195,800
53,297,410
75,807,000
225,390
75,581,610
77,899,270
510,620
77,388,650
79,227,620
1,300,500
77,927,120
81,107,820
2,847,390
78,260,430
85,118,950
5,060,560
80,058,390
98,246,300
9,689,570
88,556.730
112.534.520
16,997,020
95,537,500
125,603,990
25,730,700
99,873,290
133,370,760
39,127,070
94,243,690
174,105,070
76,085,320
98,019,750
200.086.520
103,692,140
96,394,380
222,660,640
124,347,790
98,312,850

6,536,920
28,209,500
26,580
28.182.920
42.278.700
42,060
42.226.640
43.615.720
198,080
43.417.640
44.430.700
759,700
43,670,940
45.490.040
1,496,400
43.993.640
48,208,980
2,701,960
45.507.020
56.132.040
5,076,520
51,055,520
64,513,760
8,777,040
55.736.720
72,164,380
13,061,420
59,102,960
79,242,180
19,832,160
59.410.020
105,921,280
40,489,280
65,432,000
121,729,840
57.444.920
64.284.920
135,525,060
70,470,560
65,054,.500

2,491,300
10.349.700
46,550
10,303,150
16.473.700
76,050
16,397,650
17.469.850
432,300
17.037.550
17.775,450
880,950
16.894.500
18,205,350
1.502.050
16.703.300
19.180.600
2.501.050
16.679.550
21.806.850
4,277,250
17.529.600
24.859.950
6,309,000
18.550.950
27.987.100
8,448,800
19.538.300
33.348.500
11,577,800
21.770.700
44,209,250
19.051.850
25,157,400
49,281,750
25,789,200
23.492.550
53,990,050
31.733.950
22.256.100

2,903.400
15.033.600
89,500
14,944,100
24.657.500
172,700
24.484.800
26.243.600
877,000
25.366.000
26.766.600
1,598,000
25.168.600
27.526.300
2.708.100
24.818.200
28.607.200
4,587,500
24.079.700
32;365,500
7.846.100
24,519,400
36.779.700
11,098,900
25.680.800
41.661.000
14.405.700
27.255.300
49.250.200
19.657.200
29.593.000
64.585.800
29.942.800
34.643.000
71.092.000
39.578.500
31.513.500
76.733.700
47.931.700
28.802.000

Five
One thouhundreds.

$58,813,980

$250,000
250,000
5,446,500 $4,404,000
5.446.500
6.669.500
302.500
6.367.000
^91,500
671.500

Total.

1,000

4.403.000
4.728.000
507.000
4.221.000
4.728.000
1.563.000
6.020.000 3.165.000
6.744.500 4.746.000
909,000 1.858.000
5.835.500 2.888.000
6.838.500 4.769.000
1.347.000 2.501.000
5.491.500 2.268.000
6.980.000 4.779.000
2.096.000 3.380.000
4.884.000 1.399.000
7.326.500 4.843.000
3.078.000 4.028.000
815.000
4.248.500
7.810.500 4.933.000
3.933.500 4.315.000
618.000
3.877.000
8,233; 000 5.158.000
4.829.000 4.530.000
628,000
3.404.000
8.657.000 5.250.000
5.838.000 4.683.000
567.000
2.819.000
9.223.000 5 .5 4 0 .0 0 0
7.236.500 5.047.000
493.000
1.986.500
9.345.500 5.549.000
8.108.500 5.272.000
1.237.000
277.000
9.996.000 5.678.000
8.807.500 5.411.000
267.000
1.188.500

Issued dur­
ing current
year.
$58,813,980

58,813,980
205,099,455 146,285,475
464,250
204,635,205
294,585,214 89,485,759
1,498,255
293,086,959
9
304,202,141 ’ * ,*61.6,'927
5,107,317
299.094.824
6,165,135
310,367,276
10,250,318
300,116,958
318,743,726
*8,'376,' 450
19,018,935
299,724,791
16,667,875
335,411,601
33,552,326
301,859,275
384,072,311 *48,*660,*7io
.59,597,104
324,475,207
50,888,475
434,960,786
93,969,961
340.990.825
481,196,161 *46,’235,'375
132,848,487
3-48,347,674
532,962,805
51,766,644
184,176, S99
348,785,906
668,988,000 136,"025,' 195
325,811,982
343,176,018
747,468,410 78,480,410
427,601,340
319,867,070
823,079,650 75,6ii,*240
507,208,400
315,871,190

REPORT OE THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY,

Year.

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
23.169.677
22,806,348
363,329
23.169.677
22,810,808
358,869
23.169.677
22,813', 727
355,950




15,035,530
12,053,384
2,992,146
15.495.038
13;002,540
2,492,498
15,49-5,038
13,887,778
1,607,260
15.495.038
14,572,868
922,170
15.495.038
14,968,280
526,758
15.495.038
15,141,806
353,232
15.495.038
15,206,570
288,468
15.495.038
15,257,754
237,284
15.495.038
15,279,612
215,426
15.495.038
15,293,440
201,598
15.495.038
15,298,872
196,106
15.495.038
15,306,858
188,180
15.495.038
15,311,146
183,892
15.495.038
15;313,292
181,746
15,495, Q
38
15,316,106
178,932
15.495.038
15,319,508
175,530
15.495.038
15,321,664
173,374

305.956.440
213.417.165
92,539,275
327,892,200
229,980,380
97,911,820
345,659,880
245.749.120
99,910,760
368,062,520
267.582.440
100,480,080
393.487.120
296.566.165
96,920,955
417,236,040
325,712,835
91,523,205
440,505,940
355,196,785
85,309,155
466,042,000
384,085,330
81,956,670
488.336.800
405,546,320
82;790,480
502.277.620
425,853,955
76,423,665
520.506.800
453.086.540
67,420,260
532.659.620
476,027,775
56,631,845
544,788,840
494,306,190
50,482,650
561,426,260
511,284,975
50,141,285
577,190,300
527,218,370
49,971,930
605.475.540
543,392,670
62,082,870
630,757,720
568,047,950
62,709,770

241,572,930
138,591,490
102,981,440
259,042,230
149.305.990
109,736,240
272,031,680
158,211,100
113.820.580
294,775,190
173,466,350
121,308,840
320.422.600
197,709,340
122.713.260
345,440,860
227,123,550
118,317,310
371,821,020
260,501,070
111,319,950
398,040,010
293,828,720
104,211,290
416.959.700
317,673,780
99,286,920
427.627.990
337,999,280
89,628,710
442,223,330
364.436.600
77,786,730
451.361.990
386,221,110
65,140,880
461,240,000
403.621.260
57,618,740
474,952,880
421.173.990
53,778,890
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

146.883.340
79.063.560
67,819,780
157,399.020
85,146,860
72.252.160
165.327.960
90,096,400
75.231.560
178.816.340
98,099,840
80,716,500
195,035,680
111.434.140
83,601,540
211.576.920
128,492,760
83.084.160
228,841,820
149,635,240
79,206,580
240,363,460
171,275,940
75,087,520
258,912,360
187,957,120
70,955,240
266.022.900
201,838,860
64,184,040
275.754.140
218.806.920
50,947,220
281,804,220
232,686,320
49,117,900
288,323,560
244.251.900
44.071,660
297; 355,680
256,301,380
41,054,300
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

57.379.900
36.411.100
20.968.800
60.589.050
89.263.150
21.325.900
62.694.250
41.274.950
21.419.300
67.879.700
44.594.500
23.285.200
72.667.200
49.009.100
23.658.100
77.801.450
54.535.150
23.266.300
83.051.500
60.828.650
22,222,850
87.927.650
67.288.100
20.639.550
90.759.700
72.565.050
18.194.650
92.481.650
76.807.150
15.674.500
94,893,350
81.230.400
13.662.950
95.997.250
84.750.700
11.246.550
97.468.100
87.709.800
9.758.300
99.848.700
90.406.400
9.442.300
102,085,550
92.916.700
9,168,850
105,970,750
95.400.300
10.570.450
108,420,000
98.256.200
10.163.800

81.292.300
54.185.900
27.106.400
85.074.000
58.160.400
26.913.600
87.951.000
61,060,100
26.890.900
95.973.200

66.020.200

29.953.000
103.513.800
71.913.000
31,600,800
111.474.200
78,912,500
32.561.700
119.977.000
87.454.300
32.522.700
128.770.600
97.192.200
31.578.400
134.202.100
105.533.000
28.669.100
137.516.600
112.745.300
24.771.300
142.217.600
119.872.000
22.345.600
144.384.000
125.601.800
18.782.200
147.273.300
130.537.200
16.736.100
151.976.100
135.172.500
16.803.600
156.315.100
139.439.800
16.875.300
163.949.500
143,918,400
20.031.100
168.740.100
149.084.000
19.656.100

10.090.000
9.447.500
642.500
10.270.000
9.643.500
626.500
10.365.500
9,742,000
624.500
10.964.500
10.247.500
717.000
11.378.500
10.440.000
938.500
11.566.500
10.683.500
883.000
11.853.000
10.990.500
862.500
11.947.000
11.363.500
583.500
11.947.000
11.569.000
378.000
11.947.000
11.646.500
300.500
11.947.000
11.706.500
240.500
11.947.000
11.737.500
209.500
11.947.000
11.764.000
183.000
11.947.000
11.779.500
167.500
11.947.000
11.794.000
153.000
11.947.000
11.807.500
139.500
11.947.000
11.817.500
129.500

6.214.000
5.900.000
314.000
6.350.000
6.057.000
293.000
6.373.000
6.124.000
'249,000
7.154.000
6.943.000
2 11 .0 0 0

7.197.000
6.990.000
207.000
7.287.000
7.092.000
195.000
7.379.000
7.156.000
223.000
7.379.000
7.238.000
141.000
7.379.000
7.290.000
89.000
7.379.000
7.305.000
74.000
7.379.000
7.320.000
59.000
7.379.000
7.327.000
52.000
7.379.000
7.333.000
46.000
7.379.000
7.337.000
42.000
7.379.000
7.345.000
34.000
7.379.000
7.346.000
33.000
7.379.000
7.348.000
31.000

886,904,855
567,264,295
319,640,560
945,281,215
610,160,297
335,120,918
989,068,985
647,020,063
342,048,322
1.062.290.165
703,365,263
358.924.902
1,142,366,615
781.383.902
360,982,713
1.221.047.685
870,288,010
350,759,675
1,302,093,995
969,641,051
332,452,944
1,385,134,435
1,070,261,507
314,872,928
1,447,161,375
1,146,170,869
300,990,506
1,483,917,475
1,212,265,888
271,651,587
1,533,585,935
1,294,541,113
239,044,822
1,564,197,795
1,362,453,706
201,744,089
1,597,084,515
1,417,634,557
179,449,958
1,643,550,335
1,471,571,662
171,978,673
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

63,825,250
58,376,360
43,787,770
73,221,180
80,076,450
78,681,070
81,046,310
83,040,440
62,02(5,940
36,756,1Q
0
49,668,460
30,611,860
32,886,720
46,465,820
49,951,350
SO,184,670

REPOET OP TITE COMPTROLLER OE THE CURRENCY,

1878---- issued...................
Redeemed............
Outstanding........
1879.... Issued.................
Redeemed............
Outstanding........
1880.... Issued...................
Redeemed............
Outstanding..__
1881..... Issued...................
Redeemed............
Outstanding.......
1882.... Issued...................
Redeemed___
Outstanding........
18S3---- Issued...............
Redeemed............
Outstanding........
1884.... Issued............
Redeemed............
Outstanding.......
1885.... Issued..............
Redeemed............
Outstanding........
1886.... Issued.................
Redeemed............
Outstanding........
1887.... Issued...................
Redeemed............
Outstanding........
1888.... Issued...................
Redeemed............
Outstanding.......
1889_
_ Issued...................
Redeemed............
Outstanding........
1890.... Issued...................
Redeemed...........
Outstanding........
1891.... Issued..................
Redeemed............
Outstanding........
1892.... Issued...................
Redeemed............
Outstanding........
1893.... Issued...................
Redeemed............
Outstanding........
1894.... Issued..................
Redeemed............
Outstanding........

66,58(5,360

fcO

CO

1895. .
1896. .
1897. .
1898. .
1899. .
1900. .
1901 . .
1902 . .
1903 . .
1904. .

1905..
1906. .
1907. .

1908..

..
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.

Tens.

Twenties.

Fifties.

One
hundreds.

$23,169,677
22,816,231
353,446
23.169.677
22,817,982
351,695
23.169.677
22,819,141
350,536
23.169.677
22,820,496
349,181
23.169.677
22,821,399
348,278
23.169.677
22,822,125
347,552
23.169.677
22,822,948
346,729
23.169.677
22,823,693
345,984
23.169.677
22,823,7^1
345,956
23.169.677
22,824,750
344,927
23.169.677
22,825,119
344,558
23.169.677
22,825,423
344,254
23.169.677
22,825,429
344,248
23.169.677
22,825,802
343,875

$15,495,038
15,323,762
171,276
15.495.038
15,325,056
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
15.495.038
15,330,568
164,470

$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
131,161,385

$556,374,0^0
489.894.730
66,479,820
550,697,100
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

$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

$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
129,286,850
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

$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
307.759.800
268.432.600
39.327.200




Five
One thou­
hundreds.
sands.
$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
11.844.500
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
7.350.000
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
7,3-79,000
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

Total.

$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
239,515,45S
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

Issued dur­
ing current
year.
$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
233,119,740
367,017,740

REPORT OF TRIE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY,

Ones.

Year.

23,169,677
22,826,064
343,613
23,169,677
22,826,067
343,610
23,169,677
22,826,067
343,610
23,169,677
22,826,090
343,587
23,169,677
22,826,090
343,587
23.169,677
22,826,918
342,759
23,169,677
22,827,374
342,303
23,169,677
22,827,540
342,137
23,169,677
22,827,605
342,072
23,169,677
22,827,605
342,072

15,495,038
15,330,716
164,322
15,495,038
15,330,718
164,320
15,495,038
15,330,718
164,320
15,495,038
15,330,726
164,312
15,495,038
15,330,726
164,312
15,495,038
15,331,256
163,782
15,495,038
15,331,486
163,552
15,495,038
15,331,570
163,468
15,495,038
15,331,646
163,392
15,495,038
15,331,646
163,392

1,272,288,860
1,131,221,385
141,067,495
1,366,609,160
1,231,172,215
135,436,945
1.476,866,320
1,331,383,455
145,482,865
1,587,187,420
1,447,190,380
139,997,040
1,695,254,560
1,549,262,050
145,992,510
1,878,699,460
1,664,207,600
214,491,860
1,953,573,660
1,827,511,370
126,062,290
2,031,826,880
1,919,643,440
112,183,440
2,108,123,060
1,998,613,640
109,509, 420
2,180,457,660
2,062,530,045
117,927,615

N ote 1.— First issue, Dec. 21,1863; first redemption, Apr. 5, I8 6 0 .
N ote 2.—Gold notes included since 1915.
N ote 3. —Fractions and nonassorted notes not included.




1,693,765,660
1,390,491,960
303,273,700
1,890,019,780
1,569,044,870
320,974,910
2,104,691,810
1,779,556,520
325,135,290
2,321,433,180
1,991,343,450
330,089,730
2,538,961,960
2,208,178,850
330,783,110
2,895,206,210
2,418,848,790
476,357,420
3,068,708,690
1,732,775,070
335,933,620
3,235,914,290
2,926,062,500
309,851,790
3,385,973,520
3 ;086,402,180
299,571,340
3,499,038,440
3,208,165,630
290,872,810

1,054,378,380
850,232,020
204,646,300
1,164,476,700
945,981,980
218,494,720
1,282,892,640
1,062,212,360
220,680,280
1,401,706,080
1,174,373,280
227,332,780
1,520,196,340
1,290,247,360
229,948,980
1,699,697,920
1,402,446,080
297,251,840
1,800,204,940
1,555,221,880
244,983,060
1,895,074,220
1,657,346,840
237,727,380
1,980,572,240
1,738,203,080
242,369,160
2,046,661,760
1,798,100,720
248,561,040

183,972,400
167,358,900
16,613,500
189.895,450
173,448,200
16,447,250
195.863,250
179,697,100
16.166,150
202,812,100
185,453,950
17,358,150
211,971,750
192,357,200
19,614,550
26S,555,450
200,356,100
68,199,350
278,464,450
247,251,800
31,212,650
287,566,300
257,870,000
29,696,300
295,589,900
265,712,200
29', 877, 700
300,579,200
270,694,800
29,884,400

319,406,200
281,807,200
37,599,000
331,252,300
293,973,000
37,279,300
341,881,700
305,893,500
35,988,200
351,445,350
316,369,100
35,076,250
360,778,050
327,410,700
33,367,350
403,231,450
337,694,300
65,537,150
411,536,200
369,129,900
42,406,300
418,407,000
381,368,900
37,038,100
424,100; 400
389,040,200
35,060,200
427,777,200
393,559,500
34,217,700

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
11,860,500
87,000
11,947,000
11,860,500
86,500
12,289,500
12,201,000
88,500
12,289,500
12,201,500
88.000
12,289,500
12,201,500
88,000
12,289,500
12,201,500
88,000

7,379,000
7,356,000
23,000
7,379,000
7,356,000
23,000
7,379,000
7,356,000
23,000
7,379,000
7,356,000
23,000
7,379,000
7,356,000
23,000
7,379,000
7,357,000
22,000
7,454,000
7,432,000
22,000
7,454,000
7,432,000
22,000
7,454,000
7,433,000
21,000
7,454,000
7,433,000
21,000

4,582,302,215
3,878,482,225
703,819,990
5,000,244,105
4,270,992,050
729,252,055
5,460,186,435
4,71.6,114,720
744,071,715
5,922,574,825
5,172,102,476
750,472,349
6,385,153,375
5,624,828,976
760,324,399
7,203,381,205
6,080,928,544
1,122,452,661
7,570,896,155
6,789,681,880
781,214, 275
7,927,196,905
7,200,084,290
727,112,615
8,252,767,335
7,535,765,051
717,002,284
8,512,922,475
7,790,844,446
722,078,029

413,132,510
417,941,390
459,942,330
462,388,390
462,578, 550
818,227,830
364,049,710
356,300,750
325,570,430
260,155,140

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

85479°— cur 1918— yol 2-

1909.. ..Issued..................
Redeemed...........
Outstanding........
1 9 1 9 .. . .Issued.................
Redeemed...........
Outstanding........
1 9 1 1 .. . .Issued..................
Redeemed...........
Outstanding.......
1 9 1 2 .. . .Issued..................
Redeemed...........
Outstanding.......
1913.. ..Issued..................
Redeemed...........
Outstanding........
1914.. ..Issued........... .
Redeemed...........
Outstanding.......
1915.. ..Issued..................
Redeemed. . . _
_
Outstanding.......
1916.. ..Issued..................
Redeemed...........
C
O
Outstanding.......
1917.. ..issued..................
Redeemed...........
Outstanding.......
1913.. ..Issued..................
Redeemed...........
Outstanding........

to
CT
7

Denommation.

Issued.
$364,140.03
746.470.00
722.580.00
404.850.00
809.700.00
342.500.00
75,000.00

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

3,465,240.00

Total

N o t e .— By authority of the act of Feb. 14, 1881, national gold banks were converted into national cur­
rency banks, and practically all of their gold-note issues have been redeemed.

T able

N o. 10.—National-bank notes of each denomination outstanding on Mar. 13, 1900,
and on Oct. 31, 1910 to 1918.

Denomination.

Mar. 13, 1900.

Oct. 31, 1910.

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

$348,275. 00
167,466. 00
79,310,710. 00
79.378.160.00
58,770,660. 00
11.784.150.00
24.103.400.00
104,000.00
27,000. 00
32,409.00

$343,610.00
164,320.00
135.436.945.00
320.974.910.00
218.494.720.00
16.447.250.00
37.279.300.00
88,000.00
23,000.00
47,748.50

$343,610.00
$343,587.00
164,320.00
164,312.00
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
88,000.00
87,500. 00
23,000. 00
23,000.00
49,504.00
50,918.00

$343,587.00
164,312.00
145.992.510.00
330.783.110.00
229.948.980.00
19.614.550.00
33.367.359.00
87.000.
23.000.
52,375.00

Total................... 254,026,230.00

729,299,803.50

744,121,219.00

759,523,267.00

760,376,774.00

Secured by lawful
money........................ 38,004,155. 00
Secured bv bonds........ 216,022,075.00

33,538,463.00
695,761,340.50

28,065,375.00
716,058,844.00

22,179,543.00
728,343,724.00

18,761,594.00
741,615,180.00

Oct. 31, 1915.1

Oct. 31, 1916.

Oct. 31, 1917.

$342,759.00
$342,303.00
Ones..............................
163,782.00
163,552.00
Twos..............................
Fives.............................. 214.491.860.00 126.062.290.00
Tens.............................. 476,363,040. 00 335.933.620.00
Twenties....................... 297.259.860.00 244.983.060.00
31.212.650.00
Fifties............................ 68.202.050.00
One hundreds.............. 65.540.950.00
42.406.300.00
88.500.00
Five hundreds..............
88.500.00
22,000.00
One thousands.............
22,000.00
Fractions.......................
53.340.00
54.518.00

$342,137.00
163,468.00
112.183.440.00
309.851.790.00
237.727.380.00
29.696.300.00
37.038.100.00
88,000.00
22,000.00
55,527.00

$342,072.00
$342,072.00
163,392.00
163,392.00
109.509.420.00
117.927.615.00
299.571.340.00
290.872.810.00
242.369.160.00 248.561.040.00
29.877.700.00
29,884,400.00
35.060.200.00
<84,217,700.00
88,000.00 '
88,000.00
21,000.00
21,000.00
56,811.00
57,993.00

Denomination.

Oct. 31, 1914.

Oct. 31, 1911.

Oct. 31, 1912.

Oct. 31, 1913.

Oct. 31, 1918.

Total................... 1,122,528,141.00

781,268,793.00

727,168,142.00

717,059,095.00

722,136,022.00

Secured by lawful
money........................ 20,632,278.00
Secured by bonds........ 1,101,895,863. 00

56,991,554.00
724,277,239.00

46,418,377. 00
680,749,765.00

39,573,272.00
677,485,823.00

41,833,562.00
680,302,460.00

1
N o t e .— Beginning

Gold notes included since 1915.

with Oct. 31, 1910, notes redeemed but not assorted included.




00
00

T a b l e N o . 1 1 . —National-bank

notes outstanding and the amount and per cent of notes
of $5 on Mar. 14, 1900, and Oct. 31, 1900 to 1918.
$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.....................................................................................
Oct. 31, 1914.....................................................................................
Oct. 31,1915.....................................................................................
Oct. 31,1916.....................................................................................
Oct. 31,1917.....................................................................................
Oct. 31,1918.....................................................................................
N o t e .— Fractions

and nonassorted notes not included.

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
1,122,452,661
781,214,275
727,112,615
717,002,284
722,078,029

Per cent.

$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
135,436,915
145,482,865
139,997,040
145,992,510
214,491,860
126,062,290
112,183,440
109,509,420
117,927,615

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
19.1
16.1
15.42
15. 27+
16. 33 +

Gold notes included since 1915.

12.—Amount and denominations of national-bank notes issued and redeemed
since the organization of the system and amounts outstanding Oct. 31, 1918.

T able N o .

Denomination.

Issued.

Redeemed.

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

$23,169,677
15,495,038
2,180,457,660
3,499,038,440
2,046,661,760
300.579.200
427.777.200
12,289,500
7,454,000

$22,827,605
15,331,648
2,062,530 045
3,208,165,630
1,798,100,720
270,694,800
393,559,500
12,201,500
7,433,000

$342,072
163,392
117,927,615
290,872,810
248,561,040
29,884,400
34,217,700
88,000
21,000

Total................................................................................

8,512,922,475

7,790,844,446

722,078,029

N o t e .— Fractions

Outstanding.

and nonassorted notes not included.

T a b l e N o . 13.-— Vault

account of currency received and issued by this bureau during the
year and the amount on hand Oct. 31, 1918.

National-bank currency in vaults at close of business, Oct. 31, 1917............................................ $3 4 1 ,088,330
National-bank currency received from Bureau of Engraving and Printing during the aear
ended Oct. 31, 1918.................................................................................................................... L .. 269,084,850
Total to account for................................................................................................................ . 610,173,180
Amount issued to banks during year.........................................................................$260,155,140
17,240,060
Amount withdrawn from vaults and canceled.........................................................
Total withdrawn......................................................................................................... ............. 277,395,200
Amount in vaults at close of business, Oct. 31, 1918.....................................................................




332,777,980

T able N o. 14.—National-bank notes received monthly for redemption by the Comptroller

of the Currency during the year ended Oct. SI, 1918, and the amount received during tJu
same period at the redemption agency of the Treasury, together with the total amoum
received since the approval of the act of June 20, 1874J
Received.by the Comptroller of the Currency.

Month.

From the redemption agency.
From
national
banks in
connection
with reduc­
For replace­
tion of
Retirement
circulation
ment with
account.
and replace­ new notes.
ment with
new notes.

1917
November...................................
December...................................
1918
January......................................
February....................................
March..........................................
April...........................................
.............................................May
June.............................................
July.............................................
August........................................
September..................................
October.......................................

$2,000
51,590

$19, 806,097 *
17,219,860

1,300
18,605 ‘
171,040

$1,843,582
1,320,305

Total.

i

Received at
the United
States Treas­
ury redemp­
tion agency.

$21,651,679
18,591,755

$24,538,711
22,007,90f

19,880,125
25,021,900
22,816,818
21,528,790
23,490,512
21,273,610
19,755,823
20,888,661
20,197,142
19,863,562

37,009,426
25,215,151
26,426,41C
27,954,376
31,270,781
28,461,06f
26,494,546
23,372,35$
20,279,781
21,883,846

13,802
5,740
303
820
11,900
882

18,169,245
23,185,550
21,374,773
20,371,797
22,168,725
20,025,375
18,673,300
19,093,748
18,049,117
17,763,255

277,982
Total.................................
Received from June 20, 1874, to
56,859, 826
Oct. 31, 1917............................

235,900,842

18,781,552

254,960,377

314,914,361

5,888,379,981

1,428,042,209

7,373,282,016

10,290,344,301

Grand total...................... 57,137,808

6,124,280,823

1,446,823,761

7,628,242,393

10,605,258,662

1,709,580
1,817,745
1,271,005
1,156,993
1,307,985
1,242,495
1,082,220
1,794,093
2,136,125
2,099,425

1 Notes of gold hanks not included in this table.
In addition to above table, $5,374,780 of Federal reserve bank notes were received.
T able

N o.

15.— National-bank notes received at this bureau and destroyed yearly since tlu
establishment of the system.
Date.

Prior to Nov. 1,1865.............
During vear ended Oct. 31—
I860..................................
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 ...............................

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
82,913,766
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

 $46,115 destroyed in transit.
In addition,


Date.
During year ended Oct. 31—Contd.
1895.................................................
1896.................................................
1897.................................................
1898.................................................
1899.................................................
1900.................................................
1901.............. ..................................
1902.................................................
1903.................................................
1904.................................................
1905.................................................
1906.................................................
1907.................................................
1908.................................................
1909.................................................
1910.................................................
1911........................................ .
1912.................................................
1913........................................ ........
1914.................................................
1915.................................................
1916....................... .......................
1917.................................................
1918............ .................................
Additional amount of insolvent and
liquidating national-tank notes
destroyed..........................................
Gold n otes.. ........................................

Amount.

$46,997,52'i
53,613,81]
83,159,97<
66,683,461
59,988,3a
71,065,961
90,848,10<
107,222,491
140,306,991
167,118,131
195,194,78;
191,102,98.
197,932,84'
231,128,14
348,159,99,
359,496,00i
409,835,96
428,399,60
426,282,84
435,904,28
362,551,12
351,717,47
298,468,10
238,184,52
952,569,07
3,390,56

Total........................................... 7,796,240,71

16.—National-bank notes issued during each yearfrom 1864 to 1918, inclusive;
national-bank notes de troyed of active banks, insolvent and liquidated banks, and total
destructions for each year during the same period, and also the percentage of de tructions
to issues.

T able N o.

Destroyed.
Year ended
Oct. 31—

1864
1865
1866.............
1867.............
1868.............
1869.............
1870............
1871.............
1872.............
1873.............
1874.............
1875............
1876............
1877.............
1878.............
1879............
1880...........
1881.............
1882.............
1883.............
1884.............
1885.............
1886.............
1887.............
1888.............
1889.............
1890.............
1891.............
1892.............
1893.............
1894.............
1895.............
1896.............
1897.............
1898.............
1899.............
1900.............
1901.............
1902.............
1903.............
1904.............
1905.............
1906.............
1907.............
1908.............
1909.............
1910.............
1911.............
1912.............
1913............
1914.............
1915.............
1916............
1917............
1918.............

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
818,227,830
364,049,710
356,300,750
325,570,430
260,155,140

Active
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
46,997,567
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
435,904, 280
362,551,125
351,374,597
298,468,107
236,296,660

Insolvent
and liqui­
dating
banks.

$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
20,246,418
342,807,352
59,026, 804
38,901,595
20,238,717

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
100,620,458
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
456, 150,698
705,358,657
410,401,401
337,369,702
258,423,237

Total out­
standing.

Per cent
destruc­ Percent
tions
destruc­
active tions to
banks to issues.
issues.

$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
319,867,070
315,871,190
319,640,560
335,120,918
342,048,322
358,924,902
360,982,713
350,759,675
332,452,944
314,872,928
300,990,506
271,651,587
239,044,822
201,744,089
179,449,958
171,978,673
172,036,921
208,701,189
207,140,104
213,491,147
234,437,572
230,016,225
239,515,458
242,952,701
331,580,183
359,798,400
380,362,678
419,496,966
457,295,565
524,408,249
583,171,985
609,905,441
665,844,987
703,940,757
724,874,508
739,165,313
749,348, 559
760,451,009
1,121,468,911
781,268,793
726,069,290
716,276,375
721,471,137

0.52
35.36
74.64
102.71
85.82
50.02
59.36
78.79
96.47
101.23
125.73
101.72
89.91
70.40
81.16
75 03
93 55
105.37
114.96
109.64
96.71
129.84
119 93
170.54
135.15
98.95
87.85
52.09
94.36
82 18
68.64
100.76
83 91
89.49
43 38
73.80
80.56
74.93
78.29
71.54
72 96
83.83
62.09
79.06
86.02
89.10
92. 64
88.40
53.27
99.59
98 64
109.08
110.81

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
75.26
77.60
88.65
84.77
90.77
93.91
96.77
98.61
93.88
55.75
193.75
112.38
103.62
99.33

N o t e .— The figures in column headed “ Insolvent and liquidating banks ” include also amount of notes
of active banks to be retired.

T able

N o. 17.— Vault account of currency received and destroyed during the year ended
Oct. 31, 1918.

There was in the vault of the redemption division of this office, awaiting destruction, at the
close of business Oct. 3J, 1917................................................. ................................... ..............
$782, 720.00
Received during the year ended Oct. 31. 1918............................................................................. 258,518.202.50
Total..................................................................................................................................... 259,300,922.50
Withdrawn and destroyed during the year 1.............................................................................. 258,423,237.50




T

N o . 18.— Taxes assessed on national-bank circulation, years ended June SO, 1864,
to 1918; cost of redemption, 1874 to 1918; cost of plates and examiner’s fees, 1883 to
1918.

able

Year.

Semiannual
duty on
circulation.

Cost of
redemption
of notes
by the
United
States
Treasurer.

1864-1882........ $52,253,518.24
$1,971,587.10
1874-1882........
3,132,006.73
147,592.27
1883..................
3,024,668.24
160,896.65
1884..................
2,794,584.01
181,857.16
1885..................
2,592,021.33
168.243.35
1886..................
138,967.00
2,044,922.75
1887..................
1,616,127.53
141,141.48
1888..................
1, 410,331.84
131,190.67
1889..................
107.843.39
1,254, 839.65
1890..................
99,366.52
1,216,104.72
1891..................
100,593. 70
1,331,287.26
1892..................
103,032.96
1,443, 489.69
1893..................
107, 445.14
1, 721,095.18
1894..................
100,352.79
1,704,007.69
1895..................
114,085.63
1,851,676.03
1896..................
125,061.73
2,020,703.65
1897..................
125.924.35
1,901, 817.71
1898..................
121.291.40
1,991,743.31
1899..................
122,984. 76
1,881,922.73
1900..................
146,236.18
1,599,221.08
1901..................
153;796.33
1, 633,309.15
1902..................
174,477.62
1, 708,819.92
1903..................
219, 093.13
1, 928,827. 49
1904..................
247, 973.26
2,163, 882.05
1905..................
250,924.24
2,509,977.80
1906..................
233,650.52
2,806,070.54
1907..................
3,090,811.72
270,840.21
1908..................
396, 743.15
3,190, 543.04
1909..................
434,093.10
3, 463, 466.68
1910..................
443,380.12
3,567,037.21
1911..................
505, 735.21
3, 690,313.53
1912..................
517, 842. 93
3,804, 762.29
1913..................
3,889,733.17
529.013.36
1914..................
t 3,901,541.18
1915.................. \ i 2,977,066.73 } 2 498,328.60
450,150.22
3, 744,967.77
1916..................
420,160.42
3,533,631.28
1917..................
3412,785. 92
1918.................. s 3,657, 473.50
T o ta l... 144,048,324.42 1.0,574,682.57

Assess­
Assess­
Assess­ ment for
ment for ment for cost of
cost of
cost of
plates,
plates,
plates,
addi­
new
extended tional or
banks.
banks.
dupli­
cate.

$25,980
18,845
13.150
14,810
18,850
14,100
12,200

24,175
18,575
15,700
14,225
4.050
4,950
5,450
3.050
5,275
8,200

29.200
85,975
43.200
54, 475
45,500
47,825
54.150
76,275
48, 450
31, 475
55,125
27, 875
22,740
28.560
11.560
16,660
10,085
9,200
16,770
936,685

$34,120
1,950
97.800
24,825
1,750
3,900
575
725
7.200
8,100

5.200
4,375
6,875
3, 750
1,700
1,775
2,850
15,050
13,500
14,425
40,325
12,600
64.800
31,450
12,975
10,025
10.800
17,500
22,375
28,190
19,805
8,500
13,855
9,700
6,000
11,120

570, 465

$4,130
6, 975
6,300
11,175
3,420
6,460
9,100

Assessment
for exam­
iners’ fees
and salaries
(sec.5240,
R. S.).

$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. 70
238.252.27
237, 803.51
222,858.92
225.445.27
244.903.62
259.164.86
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
520,607.46
536,299.70
577, 762.64
849,815.96
994,626.18

$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
1,524,356. 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
4,777,278.50
4,934,155.44
4,965, 713.99
7,954,926.21
4,796,085.63
4,825,267.66
5,101,875.60

47,560 12,037,555.99 168,215,273.98

1 Tax collected on additional circulation under act May 30, 1908.
2 Cost of redemption per $1,000, $0.844.
« Tax collected on Federal reserve bank notes, $38,750.70.




Total.

T able

N o. 19.—Specie and bank-note circulation of the United States in the years specified
from 1800 to 1859.
[Prepared by Loans and Currency Division, Treasury Department.]

Year.

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
of banks bank notes
and
branches. outstanding

..
..
..
..
.. 506
.. 704
.. 713
.. 788
.. 829
.. 840
.. 901
.. 784
.. 692
.. 691
.. 696
.. 707
.. 707
.. 715
.. 751
.. 782
.. 824
.. 879
..
.. 750
1,208
..
..
1,307
1,398
..
1,416
..
1,422
..
1,476
..

$10,500,000
28,000,000
44.800.000
61,000,000
77,000,000
91.500.000
91.500.000
94,839,570
103,692,495
140,301,038
149,185,890
116,138,910
135,170,995
106,968,572
107,290,214
83,734,011
58,563,608
75,167,646
89,608,711
105,552,427
105,519,766
128,506,091
114,743,415
131,366,526
155,165,251
171.673.000
188.181.000
204,689,207
186,952,223
195,747,950
214,778,822
155,208,344
193,306,818

Estimated Total money
specie in
Specie in
in United
United
Treasury.
States.
States.
$17,500,000 $28,000,000
30.000.
000
58,000,000
24.300.000 69,100,000
33.100.000 93,100,000
32.100.000 109.100.000
30.400.000 121.900.000
30.650.000 122.150.000
41.000.
000
135,839,570
51.000.
000
154,692,495
205,301,038
65.000.
000
222,185,890
73.000.
000
87.500.000 203,638,910
222,170,995
87.000.
000
83-000,000 189,968,572
187,290,214
80.000.
000
80,000,000 163,734,011
90.000. 000 148,563,608
100,000,000 175,167,646
185,608,711
96.000.
000
97.000. 000 202,552,427
225,519,766
120,000,000
112,000,000 240,506,091
120,000,000 234,743,415
154.000.
000
285,366,526
186.000.
000
341,165,251
204.000.
000
375.673.000
424.181.000
236.000.
000
241.000.
000
445,689,207
250.000.
000
436,952,223
445,747,950
250.000.
000
474,778,822
260.000.
000
260,000,000 415,208,344
250,000,000 443,306,818
1

T able

i $1,500,000
13.000.
12.000.
5,755,705
6,014,540
4,502,914
2,011,778
11,702,905
8,892,858
15.000.
15.000.
15.000.
2,466,962
3,663,084
987,345
230,484
I 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. Population. capita.

$26,500,000
000
55,000,000
000
67,100,000
87,344,295
93,085,460
117,397,086
120,138,222
124,136,665
145,799,637
000
200,301,038
000
217,185.890
000
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
425,551,240
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

$4.99
7.60
6.96
6.69
7.04
8.64
8.60
8.64
9.86
13.17
13. 87
12.33
13.26
10.91
10. 59
9.02
7.87
8.68
8.95
9.43
10.59
10.66
10.34
12.02
13. 76
14.63
15.80
16.10
15.34
15.16
15.81
13. 78
14.35

Specie in Treasury, estimated.

N o. 20.— Coin and paper circulation of the United States from I860 to 1918,
inclusive, with amount of circulation per capita.

Coin,
bullion, and
Coin, includ­ United States
Year
notes and
ending
ing bullion
Total monev. paper money
bank notes.
June 30. in Treasury.
* in Treasury,
as assets.
1860........ $235,000,000
250,000,000
1861........
1862........
25,000,000
25,000,000
1863........
25,000,000
1864........
1865........
25,000,000
1866.....
25,000,000
25,000,000
1867........
1868........
25,000,000
25,000,000
1869........
1870........
25,000,000
1871........
25,000,000
1872........
25,000,000
25,000,000
1873........
1874........
25,000,000
1875........
25,000,000
52,418,734
1876........
1877........
65,837,506
1878........
102,047,907
1879........
357,268,178
1880........
494,363,884
1881........
647,868,682
1882........
703,974,839
769,740,048
1883........
1884........
801.068,939
1885........
872,175,823
1886........
903,027,304

Circula­
Circulation. Population. tion per
capita*

$442,102,477
$6,695,225
$435,407,252
$207,102,477
202,005,767
452,005,767
3,600,000
448,405,767
23,754,335
334,697,744
358,452,079
333,452,079
595,394,038
649,867,283
674,867,283 79,473,245
669,641,478
680,588,067
705,588,067
35,946,589
714,971,860
745,398,620
770,398,620 55,426,760
673,591,701
754,430,711
80,839,010
729,430,711
662,126,128
703,334,669
728,334,669 66,208,541
680,886,198
692,336,115
717,336,115 36,449,917
665,573,364
691,471,653
716,471,653 50,898,289
698,940,094
723,940,094
47,655,667
676,284,427
718.616,114
744,539,283
719,539,283
25,923,169
741,548,708
740,960,724
765,960,724
24,412,016
753,799,412
751,363,213
776,363,213 22,563,801
806,024,781
776,083,031
29,941,750
781,024,781
44,171,562
754,101,947
798,273,509
773,273,509
738,264,550
790,683,284 63,073,896
727,609,388
697,216,341
763,053,847 40,738,964
722,314,883
729,132,634
687,743,069
789,790,976 60,658,342
215,009,098
818,631.793
676,372,713 1,033,640,891
973,382.228
691,186,443 1,185,550,327 212,168,099
701,723,691 1,349,592,373 235,354,254 1,114,238,119
705,423,050 1,409,397,889 235,107,470 1,174,290,419
703,496,526 1,473,236,574 242,188,640 1,231,047,925
686,180,899 1,487,249,838 243,323,869 i; 243,925,969
665,750,948 1,537,926,771 244,864,935 1,293,061,836
655,691,476 1,558,718,780 308,707,249 1,250,011,531



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

$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
2 2 . 37
2 2 .93
22.65
23.03
21.78

T able

N o.

2 0 .— Coin and paper circulation of the United States from, 1860 to
inclusive, with the amount of circulation per capita—Continued.

Year
Coin, includ­
ing bullion
ending
J une 33. in Treasury.

U n i t e d S ta te s

notes and
bank notes.

Coin,
bullion, and
Total money. paper money
in Treasury,
as assets.

1887........ $1,007,513,901
$625,898,804 $1,633,412, 705
1S88......... 1,092,391,690
599,043,337 1,691,435,027
1,100,612,434
1889
....................
558,059,979 1,658,672,413
1890
1,152,471,638
....................
532,651,791 1,685,123,429
1,112,956,637
1891
....................
564,837,007 1,677,793,644
1892
1,131,142,260
....................
621,076,937 1,752,219,197
1893
1,066,223,357
....................
672,584,935 1,738,808,292
1894
1,098,958,741
........................
706,618,677 1,805,577,418
1895
1,114,899,106
....................
704,460,451 1,819,359,557
1896
1,097,610,190
....................
702,364,843 1,799,975,033
1897
....................
1,213,780,289
692,989,982 1,906,770,271
1893........ 1,397,785,969
675,788,473 2,073,574,442
681,550,167 2,190,093,905
1899........ 1,508, 543,738
732.348,460 2,339, 700,673
m i...... 1,607,352,213
1931........ 1,734,861,774
748; 206,203 2.483.067.977
1902
....................
1,829,913,551
733,353,107 2,563,266,658
1903
1,905,116,321
....................
779,594,666 2,684,710,987
1904..
1,994,610,024
...
808,894,111 2,803,504,135
2,031,296,042
851,813,822 2,883,109,864
1905..
...
1903........ 2,154,797,215
915,179,376 3,089,976,591
1907........ 2,159,103,301
956,457,706 3,115,561,007
1903........ 2; 328,767,087 1,049,996,933 3,378,764,020
2,355,512.264 1,010,816,090 3,406,328,354
1909
....................
1910
2,355,807,734 1,063,783,749 3,419,591,483
....................
2,477,837,453 1,078,121,524 3.555.958.977
1911
....................
1912..
...
2,554,125,643 1,094,745,008 3,648,870,651
2,611,571,094 1,108,498,922 3,720,070,016
....................
1913
1914
........................
2,638,495,956 1,099,791,915 3,738,288,871
1915
....................
2,739,241,077 1,250,215,109 3,989,456,186
3,205,867,812 1,276,024,129 4,482,891,938
1916
....................
1917
3, 785,690,795 1,622,299,231 5,407,990,026
........................
1918
3,807,161,348 2,933,910,946 6,741,072,294
....................

$315,873,562
319,270,157
278,310,764
255,872,159
180,353,337
150,872,010
142,107,227
144,270,253
217,391,084
293,540,067
265,787,100
235,714,547
286,022,024
284,549,675
307,760,015
313,876,107
317,018,818
284,361,275
295,227,211
333,329,963
342,604,552
340,748,532
300,087,697
317,235,878
341,956,381
364,357,557
356,331,567
336,273,444
420,238,612
458, 761,371
268,435,844
360,341,745

Circulation.

$1,317,539,143
1,372,164,870
1,330,351,649
1,429,251,270
1,497,440,307
1,601,347,187
1,598,701,065
1,661,307,165
1,601,968,473
1,506,434,966
1,640,983,171
1,837,859,895
1,904,071,881
2,055,150,998
2,175,307,962
2,249,390,551
2,367,692,169
2,519,142,860
2,587,882,653
2,736,646,628
2,772,956,455
3,038,015,488
3,106,240,657
3,102,355,605
3,214,002,596
3,284,513,094
3,363,738,449
3,402,015,427
3,569,219,574
4,024,130,567
4,763,575,632
5,379,427,424

1918,

CirculaPopulation. tion per
capita.

58.680.000
59.974.000
61.289.000
62,622,250
63.844.000
65.086.000
6 6 .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
90.353.000
93.983.000
95.656.000
97.337.000
99.027.000
100.725.000
102.431.000
104.145.000
105.869.000

$22.45
22.88

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
34.35
35.44
39.29
45.74
50.81

N ote.—Specie payments were suspended from Jan. 1 , 1862, to Jan. 1,1879. During the greater part 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.
N ote 2.—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 the United States and of gold coin in circulation
has been reduced $135,000,000 in the figures for 1907.
N ote 3.—Thero 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.
T a b l e N o . 21 . —State-bank

notes out landing, total money in United States, and per­
centage of bank notes to total money, from 1800 to 1863, inclusive.

Year.

Total money Estimated
in United
bank notes
outstanding.
States.

Per cent
bank
notes to
total

Year.

Total money Estimated
bank notes
in United
outstanding.
States.

money.

1800............
1810............
1820............
1830............
1831............
1832............
1833............
1834............
1835............
1836............
1837............
1838............
1839............
1840............
1841............
1842............
1843............
1844............
1845............

$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
89,608,711


1 Other paper currency, $149,652,079.


37.50
48.27
64.83
65. 54
70.57
75.06
74.90
69.81
67.01
6 8 .33
67.14
57.03
60.84
56.30
57.28
51.13
39.39
42.91
48. 27

Per cent
bank
notes to
total
money.

1846.
1847.
1848.,
1849.
1850.
1851.
1852.
1853.
1854.
1855.
1856.
1857.
1858.
1859.
1860.
1861.
1862.
1863.

2

$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
460,102,477
452.005.767
358,452,079
674,867.283

$105,552,427
105,519, 766
128.506,091
114,743,415
131,366,526
155,165,251
171.673.000
188.181.000
204,689,207
186,952,223
195,747,950
214,778,822
155,208,344
193,306,818
207,102,477*
202,005,767
1 183,800,000
2 238,700, G O
O

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

Y ear.

T o ta l m o n e y in
U n i t e d S ta te s .

N a tio n a lbank
c ir c u la tio n .!

1864............
1865............
1865............
1867............
1868............
1869............
1 8 7 0 ......
1871............
1 8 7 2 ......
1873............
1 8 7 4 ..........
1875............
1 8 7 6 ......
1 8 7 7 ......
1878............
1 8 7 9 ......
1880............
1881....... ..
1882............
1 8 8 3 ...........
1 8 8 4 ......
1885............
1 8 8 6 ......
1887............
1 8 8 8 ..........
1889............
1890............
1891............

$705,588,067
7 7 0 ,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 ,0 3 3 ,6 4 0 ,8 9 1
1 ,1 8 5 ,5 5 0 ,3 2 7
1 ,3 4 9 ,5 9 2 ,3 7 3
1 ,4 0 9 ,3 9 7 ,8 8 9
1 ,4 7 3 ,2 3 6 ,5 7 4
1 ,4 8 7 ,2 4 9 ,8 3 8
1 ,5 3 7 ,9 2 6 ,7 7 1
1 ,5 5 8 ,7 1 8 ,7 8 0
1 ,6 3 3 ,4 1 2 ,7 0 5
1 ,6 9 1 ,4 3 5 ,0 2 7
1 ,6 5 8 ,6 7 2 ,4 1 3
1 ,6 8 5 ,1 2 3 ,4 2 9
1 ,6 7 7 ,7 9 3 ,6 4 4

P e r c e n t­
age of
n a tio n a lb a n k cir­
c u la tio n
t o t o ta l
cu rren cy.

$ 5 8 ,8 1 3 ,9 8 0
2 0 4 ,6 3 5 ,2 0 5
2 9 3 ,0 8 6 ,9 5 9
2 9 9 ,0 9 4 ,8 2 4
3 0 0 ,1 1 6 ,9 5 8
299,7 2 4 ,7 9 1
3 0 1 ,8 5 9 ,2 7 5
3 2 4 ,4 7 5 ,2 0 7
3 4 0 ,9 9 0 ,8 2 5
3 4 8 ,3 4 7 ,6 7 4
3 4 8 ,7 8 5 ,9 0 6
3 4 3 ,1 7 6 ,0 1 8
3 3 2 ,9 9 8 ,3 3 6
3 1 7 ,0 4 8 ,8 7 2
3 2 4 ,5 1 4 ,2 8 4
3 2 9 ,6 9 1 ,6 9 7
3 4 4 ,5 0 5 ,4 2 7
3 5 5 ,0 4 2 ,6 7 5
3 5 8 ,7 4 2 ,0 3 4
3 5 6 ,8 1 5 ,5 1 0
3 3 9 ,4 9 9 ,8 3 3
3 1 9 ,0 6 9 ,9 3 2
3 0 9 ,0 1 0 ,4 6 0
27 9 ,2 1 7 ,7 8 8
2 5 2 ,3 6 2 ,3 2 1
2 1 1 ,3 7 8 ,9 6 3
185,970, 775
1 6 7,927,574

8 .3 3
26. 56
3 8 .8 5
41.0 7
41.84
41.8 3
4 1 .7 0
4 3 .5 8
4 4 .5 2
44.8 7
43. 27
4 2 .9 9
42.11
41.5 5
41.0 9
3 1 .8 9
29.0 6
26.31
2 5 .4 5
2 4 .2 9
2 2 .8 3
2 0 .7 5
1 9 .8 3
1 7 .0 9
1 4 .9 2
12 .7 4
1 1 .0 4

Percent­
age of
National- nationalTotal money in
bank
United States. circulation. 1 bank cir­
culation
to total
currency.

Year.

1892......... $1,752,219,197 $172,683,850
1893......... 1,738,808,292
178,713,692
1894......... 1,805,977,418
207,353,244
1895........ 1,819,359,557
211,691,035
1895......... 1,799,975,033
226,000,547
1897......... 1,906,770,271
231,441,686
1898......... 2,073,574,442
227,900,176
241,350,871
1899......... 2,190.093,905
1900......... 2,339j 700,673 309,640,443
353,742,186
1991...... 2,483,067,977
1902......... 2,563,266; 658 356,672,091
1903......... 2,684,710,987
413,670,650
1904........ 2,803,504,135
449,235,095
1905......... 2,883,109,884
495,719,807
1906......... 3,069,976,591
561,112,360
1907...... 3,115, 561,007 603,788,690
1908...... 3,378,764.020 698,333,917
689,920,074
1909......... 3,406,328,354
1910......... 3,419,591,483
713,430,733
728,194,508
1911......... 3,555,958,977
745,134,992
1912......... 3,648,870,651
1913......... 3,720,070,016 759,157,906
1914......... 3,738, 288,871 750,671,899
1915......... 3,989, 456,186 819,273,593
1916....... . 4,482,891,938 929,343,110
1917....... . 5,407,990,026 1,275,618,215
1918......... 6,741,072, 294 2,431,387, 426

9.80
10.28
11.48
11.63
12. 55
12.14
10.99
1 1 .0 2

13.23
14.25
13.91;
15. 41
16.02
17.19
18. 28
19.38
20.67
20. 25
2 0 .8 6

20. 47
2 0 .43
20.41
20.08
20. 54
20. 73
23. 59
30. 07

1 0 .0 1

1 Oct. 31,1864, to 1875; June 30, 1876, to 1917. Includes Federal reserve bank circulation from 1916.

23.— Per cent of the various kinds of currency and instruments of credit,
together with total per cent of instruments of credit, as ihown by the daily receipts of
banks on the dates indicated.

T a ble N o,

CHcdfi cation.

Gold coin ..................
Silver coin.................
Geld Treasury cer­
tificates ...................
Silver Treasury cer­
tificates ...................
Legal-tender notes. . .
N ational-bank notes.. |
United States certifi­
cates of deposit for
legal-tender notes. .
Checks, drafts, etc__
Clearing-house certifi­
cates .............. .........
Exchanges for clear­
ing house.................
Miscellaneous.............

June 30,
1881
(1,966
banks).

Sept. 17,
1881
(2,132
banks).

July 1,
1890
(3.364
banks).

Sept. 17, Sept. 15,
1892
1890
(3,473
(3,474
banks). banks).

Hay 15,
1894
(2,465
banks).

P e r cen t.

P e r cen t.

P e r cen t.

P e r cen t.

P e r cent.

P e r cent.

0. C5
.16

1.38
.17

0.89
.32

0. 88
.41

1.13
.43

1.52

1.88 |

1.53
1.87
1.25

1.81 |
2.34 |
1.34

}

4.06

4.36 /l

91. 77

91.85

. 12
44.90

3.36

2.24

1.04
46.06
.50

3.00

46. 79

.74 1
|
38.68
.04

P e r cen t.

0.60
.50

P e r cent.

0. 60
.40

• 3 41.10
j

4
3
2
1 5.10

.03
51. 58

July 1, liar, 16,
1896
1939
(5,530
(11,492
banks).1 banks ) . 2

43.82

6.30

358.90

4.90

94.10
92. 60
1

Total.................

100. 00

100.00

100. 00

100.00

100.00

100.00

100.00

100.00

Per cent of instru­
ments of credit.......

95.10

94.10

92.50

91.00

90. 60

58,90

92.60

91.10

1 Includes 2,056 banks other than national.
Includes 6,040 banks other than national.
3 Based solely on transactions with retail merchants.
4 Includes 0.67 per cent currency certificates.

2




T

able

N

o

.

24.— United States bonds on deposit to secure circulating notes of national
banks in the years ended Oct. SI, from 1900 to 1918.
U n i t e d S t a t e s b o n d s h e ld a s s e c u r it y fo r c ir c u la t io n .

Y ear.

N um ­
b er o f
b a n k s.

2 p er c e n t con ­
s o ls o f 1930.

4 p er ce n t
b on d s.

C onsols of
1907,
$ 1 3 ,5 4 4 ,1 0 0
L o a n o f 1895,
7 .5 0 3 .3 5 0
C onsols of
1907,
6 .0 3 2 .0 0 0
L o a n o f 1895,
2 .9 1 1 .1 0 0
C onsols of
1907,
8 ,2 4 8 ,4 5 0
L o a n o f 1895,
2 ,2 0 8 ,6 0 0
C onsols of
1907,
2 ,9 7 9 ,2 0 0
L o a n o f 1895,
1 .4 1 0 .1 0 0
C onsols of
1907,
5 ,8 5 7 ,5 0 0
L o a n o f 1895,
1 ,7 9 1 ,6 0 0
C onsols of
1907,
4 .0 5 0 .3 5 0
L o a n o f 1895,
4 .4 6 5 .0 0 0
C onsols of
1907,
{5,124,650
L o a n o f 1895,
4 .6 0 2 .1 0 0
TLoan o f 1895,
1 0 ,7 3 2 ,9 0 0

1900,

3 ,871

$ 1 ,0 1 9 ,9 5 0
C onsols of
1930,
27 0 ,0 0 6 ,6 0 0

1901

4,221

1 2 ,5 0 0
C onsols of
1930,
3 1 6 ,6 2 5 ,6 5 0

1902.

4,601

32 0 ,7 3 8 ,0 0 0

903.

5 ,1 4 7

3 7 6 ,0 0 3 ,3 0 0

1904.

5,495

4 1 6 ,9 7 2 ,7 5 0

1905.

5 ,8 5 8

48 3 ,1 8 1 ,9 0 0

1906.

6,225

4 9 2 ,1 7 0 ,6 5 0

53 2 ,5 4 3 ,5 5 0

1907.

3 p er ce n t
b on d s.

5 p er ce n t
b on d s.

T o t a l.

L o a n o f 1898,
3 p er ce n t,
$ 7 ,7 5 6 ,5 8 0

L o a n o f 1904,
5 p er c e n t,
$ 1 ,2 9 3 ,0 0 0

$ 3 0 1 ,1 2 3 ,5 8 0

3 ,9 8 3 ,7 8 0

268,900

3 2 9 ,8 3 3 ,9 3 0

6 ,0 5 6 ,7 2 0

1 ,1 0 0 ,9 0 0

3 3 8 ,3 5 2 ,6 7 0

1 ,7 9 7 ,5 8 0

7 1 8,650

3 8 2 ,7 2 6 ,8 3 0

1 ,9 2 2 ,9 4 0

4 2 6 ,5 4 4 ,7 9 0

2 ,2 1 5 ,5 4 0

4 9 3 ,9 1 2 ,7 9 0

2
3 ,2 7 3 ,7 0 0

p er

cent

Panama

C a n a l.
1 4 ,4 8 2 ,0 8 0
1 7 ,2 4 5 ,3 8 0

6 ,4 9 0 ,0 8 0

5 3 9 ,6 5 3 ,1 8 0
5 6 7 ,0 1 1 ,9 1 0

f

1908.

6 ,873

554 ,7 0 0 ,7 0 0

1 4 ,9 6 0 ,4 5 0

1909.

7,025

57 3 ,3 2 8 ,4 5 0

[ 4 p er cen t
lo a n o f 1925,
[
1 5 ,4 6 3 ,0 5 0

1910.
1911.
1912.
1913.
. 1914.
1915.
1916.
1917.
1918.

7,2 1 8
7,331
7,4 2 8
7,5 1 4
7 ,5 7 8
7 ,6 3 2
7,6 0 8
7,671
7,765

58 0 ,1 4 5 ,4 0 0
593 .0 0 6 .6 0 0
6 0 1 .7 6 2 .6 0 0
60 4 .2 6 4 .9 5 0
6 0 6 ,6 2 2 ,3 0 0
6 0 0 .6 7 8 .6 0 0
56 7 ,6 9 0 ,2 5 0
555 .5 1 4 .9 5 0
56 1 .8 4 8 .6 0 0

2 1 ,0 2 2 ,6 5 0
2 2 .8 5 4 .3 0 0
2 6 ,8 1 7 ,0 0 0
3 5 ,3 0 2 ,7 0 0
3 4 .6 9 9 .3 0 0
3 2 .3 0 4 .8 0 0
2 6 ,2 1 4 ,4 0 0
3 4 ,7 4 3 ,9 0 0
5 0 .2 4 0 .8 0 0




3 8 ,5 5 8 ,6 8 0
1 3 ,9 3 6 ,5 0 0
C e r tific a te s o f
1 0 ,4 6 8 ,5 2 0
in d e b t e d n e s s
[ 3 p er ce n t.
[2 p e r c e n t 1936
and 1 9 3 8 ,
3 p e r c e n t 19081918,
C a n a l.
1
7 6 ,1 7 8 ,6 8 0
1 4 ,5 7 5 ,5 6 0
7 8 ,4 2 0 ,4 8 0
8 0 ,1 1 0 ,0 4 0
1 5 ,3 3 7 ,5 4 0
1 8 ,1 9 9 ,3 8 0
8 1 ,2 5 8 ,4 6 0
2 0 ,4 1 9 ,2 2 0
8 1 ,7 0 1 ,2 4 0
2 2 ,2 4 5 ,1 0 0
8 1 ,9 7 1 ,8 2 0
8 1 ,6 1 4 ,4 2 0
2 1 ,4 4 7 ,1 8 0
2 0 ,3 7 7 ,7 2 0
7 8 ,0 6 8 ,6 6 0
7 1 ,4 6 6 ,1 4 0
1 5 ,9 8 4 ,6 8 0
1 7 ,7 1 5 ,2 2 0
7 2 ,3 2 4 ,8 0 0
3 2 ,240

J

Panama

6 3 2 ,6 2 4 ,8 5 0

6 7 9 ,5 4 5 ,7 4 0
6 9 4 ,9 2 6 ,0 7 0
7 1 4 ,1 7 0 ,3 2 0
7 3 0 ,2 5 7 ,2 8 0
7 4 3 .5 1 3 .9 9 0
7 4 4 ,7 4 0 ,6 0 0
7 3 4 ,9 7 5 ,5 4 0
6 8 7 .9 5 7 .9 9 0
6 7 9 ,4 4 0 ,2 1 0
6 8 4 ,4 4 6 ,4 4 0

C O N S O L S O F 1930.

Date.

C o st o f
b ond s.

C ircula­
t io n o b ­
ta in a b le .

I n te r ­
est on
b on d s.

I n te r e s t
o n circu ­
la tio n le ss
G ross
5 p er c e n t
receip ts*
re d e m p ­
t io n
fu n d .

T ax.

E x­
p en ses.

S in k in g
fu n d .

T o t a l.

N et
r e c e ip ts .

I n te r e st on
co st of
bonds at 6
per ce n t.

P r o fit o n c ir c u la tio n
i n e x c e s s of 6 p e r
c e n t o n t h e in v e s t
m e n t.

A m o u n t.

P e r c e n t.

1917.
N o v e m b e r ......................................................
D e c e m b e r .......................................................

$ 9 6,698
9 6 ,5 0 0

$100,000
100,000

$2 ,0 0 0
2 ,0 0 0

$ 5 ,700
5 ,7 0 0

$ 7 ,7 0 0
7 ,7 0 0

$500
500

$ 6 2 .5 0
6 2 .5 0

$ 181.76
194.62

$380.74
3 6 7 .8 8

$ 7 ,3 1 9 .2 6
7 ,3 3 2 .1 2

$ 5 ,8 0 1 .8 8
5 ,7 9 0 .0 0

$ 1 ,5 1 7 .3 8
1 ,5 4 2 .1 2

1.569
1.598

1918.
J a n u a r y ...........................................................
F e b r u a r y ........................................................
M a r c h ...............................................................
A p r i l .................................................................
M a y ...................................................................
J u n e ...................................................................
J u l y ...................................................................
A u g u s t .............................................................
S e p te m b e r ......................................................
O c to b e r ...........................................................

9 6 ,5 0 0
97 ,1 7 5
9 7 ,315
9 7 ,0 8 7
97,231
9 8 ,0 3 0
9 8 ,0 0 0
98 ,0 0 0
9 8 ,0 0 0
9 8 ,0 0 0

100,000
100,000
100,000
100,000
100,000
100,000
100,000
100,000
100,000
100,000

2 ,0 0 0
2 ,0 0 0
2 ,0 0 0
2 ,0 0 0
2,0 0 0
2,0 0 0
2 ,0 0 0
2 ,0 0 0
2 ,0 0 0
2 ,0 0 0

5 ,7 0 0
5 ,7 0 0
5 ,7 0 0
5,7 0 0
5,7 0 0
5,7 0 0
5,700
5,7 0 0
5 ,7 0 0
5 ,7 0 0

7 ,7 0 0
7 ,7 0 0
7 ,7 0 0
7 ,7 0 0
7 ,7 0 0
7 ,7 0 0
7,7 0 0
7 ,7 0 0
7 .7 0 0
7 .7 0 0

500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500

6 2 .5 0
6 2 ,5 0
6 2 .5 0
6 2 .5 0
6 2 .5 0
6 2 .5 0
6 2 .5 0
6 2 .5 0
6 2 .5 0
6 2 .5 0

196.45
160.10
153.63
1 6 8.32
162.77
116.08
118.97
1 2 0 .2 0
12-1.40
122.62

3 6 6 .0 5
4 0 2.40
4 0 8.87
3 9 4.18
399.73
446.42
443.53
4 4 2 .3 0
441.10
4 3 9.88

7 ,3 3 3 .9 5
7 ,2 9 7 .6 0
7 ,2 9 1 .1 3
7 ,3 0 5 .8 2
7 ,3 0 0 .2 7
7 ,2 5 3 .5 8
7 ,2 5 6 .4 7
7 ,2 5 7 .7 0
7 ,2 5 8 .9 0
7 ,2 6 0 .1 2

5 ,7 9 0 .0 0
5 ,8 3 0 .5 0
5 ,8 3 8 .9 0
5 ,8 2 5 .2 2
5 ,8 3 3 .8 6
5 ,8 8 1 .8 0
5 ,8 8 0 .0 0
5 ,8 8 0 .0 0
5 ,8 8 0 .0 0
5 ,8 8 0 .0 0

1 ,5 4 3 .9 5
1 ,4 6 7 .1 0
1 ,4 5 2 .2 3
1 ,4 8 0 .6 0
1,466.41
1 ,3 7 1 .7 8
1 ,3 7 6 .4 7
1 ,3 7 7 .7 0
1 ,3 7 8 .9 0
1 ,3 8 0 .1 2

1.600
1.510
1.596
1.526
1,508
1.3 9 9
1.405
1.406
1.407
1 .4 0 8

F O U R S O F 1925.
1917.
N o v e m b e r ...
D ecem b er_
_

$ 1 05,042
104,348

$100,000
100,000

$ 4 ,0 0 0
4 ,0 0 0

$5,700
5,7 0 0

$ 9 ,7 0 0
9 ,7 0 0

$ 1 ,0 0 0
1 ,0 0 0

$ 6 2 .5 0
6 2 .5 0

$564.19
493.53

$ 1 ,6 2 6 .6 9
1 ,5 5 6 .0 3

$ 8 ,0 7 3 .3 1
8 ,1 4 3 .9 7

$ 6 ,3 0 2 .5 2
6 ,2 6 0 .8 8

$ 1 ,7 7 0 .7 9
1 ,8 8 3 .0 9

1.686
1.805

104, 755
105,334
104,520
104,846
105,077
106,255
106,327
106.500
106,500
106,606

100,000
100,000
100,000
100,000
100,000
100,000
100,000
100,000
100,000
100,000

4 ,0 0 0
4 ,0 0 0
4 ,0 0 0
4 ,0 0 0
4,0 0 0
4 ,0 0 0
4,0 0 0
4,0 0 0
4,0 0 0
4,000

5,7 0 0
5,700
5,700
5,700
5,700
5,700
5,700
5,700
5,700
5,700

9 ,7 0 0
9 ,7 0 0
9 ,7 0 0
9 ,7 0 0
9 ,7 0 0
9 ,7 0 0
9 ,7 0 0
9 ,7 0 0
9 ,7 0 0
9 ,7 0 0

1 ,0 0 0
1 ,0 0 0
1 ,0 0 0
1,000
1,0 0 0
1,0 0 0
1,000
• 1,000
1,000
1,000

6 2 .5 0
6 2 .5 0
6 2 .5 0
6 2 .5 0
6 2 .5 0
6 2 .5 0
62.5 0
6 2 .5 0
62.5 0
6 2 .5 0

5 4 7.60
623.25
535.97
5 9 3.27
6 2 0.28
775.90
796.85
831.38
844.52
8 7 1.98

1 ,6 1 0 .1 0
1 ,6 8 5 .7 5
1 ,5 9 8 .4 7
1 ,6 5 5 .7 7
1 ,6 8 2 .7 8
1 ,8 3 8 .4 0
1 ,8 5 9 .3 5
1 ,8 9 3 .8 8
1 ,9 0 7 .0 2
1 ,9 3 4 .4 8

8 ,0 8 9 .9 0
8 ,0 1 4 .2 5
8 ,1 0 1 .5 3
8 ,0 4 4 .2 3
8 ,0 1 7 .2 2
7 ,8 6 1 .6 0
7 ,8 4 0 .6 5
7 ,8 0 6 .1 2
7 ,7 9 2 .9 8
7 ,7 6 5 .5 2

6 ,2 8 5 .3 0
6 ,3 2 0 .0 4
6 ,2 7 1 .2 0
6 ,2 9 0 .7 6
6 ,3 0 4 .6 2
6 ,3 7 5 .3 0
6 ,3 7 9 .6 2
6 ,3 9 0 .0 0
6 ,3 9 0 .0 0
6 ,3 9 6 .3 6

1 ,8 0 4 .6 0
1,694.21
1 ,830.33
1 ,753.47
1 ,7 1 2 .6 0
1 ,4 8 6 .3 0
1,461.03
1 ,416.12
1 ,402.98
1,369.16

1.723
1.608
1.751
1.672
1.630
1.399
1.374
1.330
1.317
1.284

1918.
J a n u a r y ..........
F e b r u a r y ___
M a r c h ..............
A p r i l ................
M a v ..................
J u n e ..................
J u l y ..................
A u g u s t ............
S e p t e m b e r ...
O c to b e r ..........




REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

D e d u c t io n s .

R e c e ip ts .

T W O S O F ' 1916-1936.

D a te .

C o st of
bond s.

C ircula t io n o b ­
t a in a b le .

I n te r ­
est on
b on d s.

D e d u c t io n s .

I n te r e s t
o n circu la t io n le ss
G ross
5 p er c e n t r e c e ip ts.
redem p ­
t io n
fu n d .

T ax.

E x­
p en se s.

S in k in g
fu n d .

N et
r e c e ip ts .
T o ta l.

In te r e st o n
cost of
bonds at 6
p er c e n t.

P r o fit o n c ir c u la tio n
m e x c e ss of 6 per
c e n t o n t h e in v e s t ­
m en t.

A m o u n t.

P er c e n t.

1917.
N o v e m b e r ......................................................
D e c e m b e r .......................................................

$96,667
96 ,0 0 0

$ 100,000
100,000

$2,000
2,0 0 0

$ 5 ,700
5 ,7 0 0

$7,700
7,700

$500
500

$6 2 .5 0
6 2 .5 0

$ 9 7 .6 8
118.11

$464.82
444.39

$ 7 ,2 3 5 .1 8
7 ,2 5 5 .6 1

$ 5 ,8 0 0 .0 2
5 ,7 6 0 .0 0

$ 1 ,4 3 5 .1 6
1 ,4 9 5 .6 1

1.485
1.595

1918.
J a n u a r v ...........................................................
F e b r u a r y ........................................................
M a r c h ...............................................................
A p r il.................................................................
M a y ...................................................................
J u n e ...................................................................
J u l y ...................................................................
A u g u s t .............................................................
S e p te m b e r .....................................................
O c to b e r ...........................................................

9 6 ,000
96 ,7 5 0
9 6 ,740
9 6 ,500
9 6 ,692
9 7 ,360
9 8 ,000
9 8 ,0 0 0
9 8 ,0 0 0
9 8 ,0 0 0

100,000
100,000
100,000
100,000
100,000
100,000
100,000
100,000
100,000
100,000

2,000
2 ,0 0 0
2,0 0 0
2,000
2,000
2,0 0 0
2 ,0 0 0
2,000
2,0 0 0
2,0 0 0

5 ,7 0 0
5 ,7 0 0
5,7 0 0
5,7 0 0
5,700
5, 700
5,700
5,700
5,7 0 0
5,700

7,700
7,700
7,700
7,700
7,700
7,700
7,700
7,700
7,700
7,700

500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500

6 2 .5 0
6 2 .5 0
6 2 .5 0
6 2 .5 0
6 2 .5 0
6 2 .5 0
6 2 .5 0
6 2 .5 0
6 2 .5 0
6 2 .5 0

118.99
9 7 .4 0
98 .4 4
106.47
101.39
8 1 .5 2
6 2 .2 3
62. 70
63.1 7
6 3 .6 6

443.51
465.10
464.06
456.03
461.11
480.98
500.27
499.80
499.33
498.84

7 ,2 5 6 .4 9
7 ,2 3 4 .9 0
7 ,2 3 5 .9 4
7 ,2 4 3 .9 7
7 ,2 3 8 .8 9
7 ,2 1 9 .0 2
7 ,1 9 9 .7 3
7 ,2 0 0 .2 0
7 ,2 0 0 .6 7
7 ,2 0 1 .1 6

5 ,7 6 0 .0 0
5 ,8 0 5 .0 0
5 ,8 0 4 .4 0
5 ,7 9 0 .0 0
5 ,8 0 1 .5 2
5 ,8 4 1 .6 0
5 ,8 8 0 .0 0
5 ,8 8 0 .0 0
5 ,8 8 0 .0 0
5 ,8 8 0 .0 0

1 ,4 9 6 .4 9
1 ,4 2 9 .9 0
1 ,4 3 1 .5 4
1 ,4 5 3 .9 7
1 ,4 3 7 .3 7
1 ,3 7 7 .4 2
1 ,3 1 9 .7 3
1 ,3 2 0 .2 0
1 ,3 2 0 .6 7
1 ,3 2 1 .1 6

1.558
1.47g
1.480
1.507
1.487
1.415
1.347
1.347
1.348
1.348




REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY,

R e c e ip ts .

P a n a m a C anal bond s,
2s o f 1916-1936.

A verage
p r ic e , f la t .

1918.
J a n u a r y ...............................................
A p r il......................................................
J u l y .......................................................
O c to b e r ...............................................




R a te of
in t e r e s t
r e a liz e d b y
in v e s to r s .

A verage
p r ic e , f la t.

2 .2 6 5
2.2 3 4
2 .1 3 3
2 .1 3 6

A verage
p r ic e , fla t .

105.5517
105.6685
107.1555
107.4327
1

3 .2 1 2
3 .2 0 4
2 .9 3 4
2 .8 5 0

R a te of
in t e r e s t
r e a liz e d b y
in v e s to r s .

2 p er cen t bonds
of 1930.

R a t e of
A verage
in t e r e s t
p r ic e , f la t. r e a liz e d b y
in v e s t o r s .

P er cent.

Per cent.

P er cent.
96.4 1 5 8
9 6.9112
98.4143
98.4135

R a te of
in t e r e s t
r e a liz e d b y
in v e s to r s .

3 p er ce n t bonds
o f 1908-1918.1

99.9698
99.9485
100.2560

3 .1 9 4
3 .0 7 3
0

L ib e r t y L o a n b o n d s ,
3JS o f 1932-1947.

A verage
p r ic e , f la t.

3 p e r c e n t b o n d s o f 1908-1918 m a tu r e d A u g . 1 ,1 9 1 8 .

2 .3 3 0
2 .2 7 9
2 .1 9 4
2 .1 9 8

R a te of
A verage
in t e r e s t
p r ic e , fla t . r e a liz e d b y
in v e s to r s .'

P er cent.

P er cent.
96.5861
97.1 6 4 5
9 8 .0828
98.0819

R a te of
in te r e s t
r e a liz e d b y
in v e s t o r s .

P a n a m a C a n a l lo a n ,
3s o f 1961.

98.6 8 6 0
100.0826
99.9 7 6 0
101.1158

3 .5 9 0
3 .5 6 0
3 .5 1 8
3.5 0 4

P er cent.
81.2337
80.3684
85.3687
85.3715

3 .922
3.971
3 ,6 9 9
3.682

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER QF THE CURRENCY,

B a te.

4 per ce n t bonds
o f 1925.

CO

-3

05
co
C oupon b on d s.

R e g is te r e d b o n d s v

4s o f 1925.

3s o f 1908-1918.1

F ir s t L ib ertyL o a n 3 |s o f
1932-1947.

2s o f 1930.

4s o f 1925.

3s o f 1908-1918.1

2 s o f 1930.

P a n a m a 2s of
1916-1938.

P a n a m a 3s of
1961.

1917.
N ovem ber:
O p e n in g .
H ig h e st.
L o w e s t ..
C lo s in g . .
D ecem b er:
O p e n in g .
H ig h e st.
L o w e s t ..
C lo s in g . .
1918.
January:
O p e n in g ............
H i g h e s t .............

Lowest...........
C lo s in g ..............
February:

.......

Highest..........
L o w e s t ..............

March:

O p e n in g ............
H i g h e s t .............

Lowest...........
C lo s in g ..............
A p r il:
O p e n in g ............

Highest..........
Lowest...........
C lo s in g ..............
M ay:
O p e n in g ............
H i g h e s t .............

Lowest...........
C lo s in g ..............




9 9 .8 0 @ 9 9 .82
9 9 .8 0 @ 9 9 .82
9 8 .4 4 @ 9 9 .00
9 8 .9 2 @ 9 8 .96

105 @ 1051
105!@ 106
104 @
104 @

99
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99
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9 6 |@ 9 7 !
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97
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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

D a te .

June:
Opening.
Highest.
Lowest..
Closing..




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9 9 |@
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98 #

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6
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W
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COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY,

Lowest..
Closing..
August:
Opening.
Highest.
Lowest..
Closing..
September:
Opening.
Highest.
Lowest..
Closing..
October:
Opening.
Highest.
Lowest..
Closing..

1 0 5 |# 1 0 6 J
1 0 5 |# 1 0 7
106 #
106 #

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T

N o * 28.—National banks reported in liquidation from Nov. 1, 1917, to Oct. 31,
1918, the names, where known, of succeeding banks in cases of successions, together with
date of liquidation and capital.

able

Name and ]ocation of bank.
First National Bank of Henry, S. Dak. (10416); succeeded by Henry State Bank,
Henry, S. Dak..........................................................................................................
Lenapah National Bank, Lenapah, Okla. (9951); absorbed by Cherokee State
Bank of Lenapah, Okla...........................................................................................
Springfield National Bank, Springfield, Tenn. (2019); succeeded by Springfield
Bank, Springfield, Tenn.........................................................................................
Peoples National Bank of Springfield, Tenn. (6189); succeeded by Peoples Bank
of Springfield, Tenn.................................................................... .............................
Ardmore National Bank, Ardmore, Okla. (5922); consolidated with First
National Bank of Ardmore, Okla..........................................................................
First National Bank of Bazile Mills, Nebr. (8469); succeeded by First State
Bank of Bazile Mills, Nebr................................................................................
Lumbermens National Bank of Portland, Oreg. (9180); consolidated with
United States National Bank of Portland, Oreg.................................................
First National Bank of Steirett. Okla. (post office, Calera, Okla.) (7950); suc­
ceeded by First State Bank of Calera, Okla.........................................................
Planters National Bank of Tulsa, Okla. (10904); consolidated with Exchange
National Bank of Tulsa, Okla................................................................................
City National Bank of Madill, Okla. (7723); succeeded by Guaranty State
Bank, Madill, Okla..................................................................................................
First National Bank of Stuart, Okla. (10007); absorbed by Stuart State Bank,
Stuart, Okla.....................................................„.......................................................
First National Bank of East Point, Ga. (10756); succeeded by Bank of East
Point, Ga.......................... . ......................................................................................
First National Bank of Wickliffe, Ky. (5443); succeeded by Citizens State
_ Bank of Wickliffe, K y ............................................................................................
First National Bank of Derry, Pa. (6756); succeeded by First Savings &
Trust Co. of Derry, P a .............................................................................................
First National Bank of South Shore, S. Dak. (7686); succeeded by South
Shore Bank, South Shore, S. D ak.........................................................................
Essex County National Bank of Newark, N. J. (1217); consolidated with
National Newark Banking Co., Newark, N. J., which changed its title to
The National Newark and Essex Banking Company of Newark, N. J ...........
American National Bank of San Diego, Cal. (7418); consolidated with First
National Bank of San Diego, Cal...........................................................................
First National Bank of Bryant, S. Dak. (10772); succeeded by Merchants
State Bank of Bryant, S. Dak................................................................................
Yale National Bank of New Haven, Conn. (796); consolidated with First
National Bank of New Haven, Conn.............................................................,....
First National Bank of Pell City, Ala. (9506); succeeded by Union State Bank
of Pell City, Ala............................................................... ...................... ................
Citizens National Bank of Cisco, Tex. (6115); succeeded by Guaranty State
Bank & Trust Co., Cisco, Tex................................................................................
St. Clair National Bank of Freedom, Pa. (9543); consolidated with Freedom
National Bank, Freedom, P a............. ...................................................................
Citizens National Bank of Middletown, Del. (1181); absorbed by Delaware
Trust Co. of Wilmington, Del.................................................................................
Planters National Bank of Opelousas, La. (9872); succeeded by Planters Bank
& Trust Co. of Opelousas, L a.................................................................................
Farmers National Bank of Virginia, 111. (1471); absorbed by Petefish Skiles
& Co. of Virginia, 111...............................................................................................
Farmers & Merchants National Bank of Comanche, Tex. (7105); consolidated
with First State Bank of Comanche, Tex............................................................
First National Bank of Gilroy, Cal. (10166); absorbed by Garden City Bank
& Trust Co. of San Jose, Cal...................................................................................
Union National Bank of Cleveland, Ohio (3202); succeeded by Union Com­
merce National Bank of Cleveland, Ohio.............................................................
Bank of Commerce National Association of Cleveland, Ohio (5194); succeeded
by Union Commerce National Bank of Cleveland, Ohio....................................
San Joaquin Valley National Bank of Stockton, Cal. (10817); absorbed by
Bank of Italy at San Francisco, Cal......................................................................
First National Bank of Winder, Ga. (9051); absorbed by North Georgia Trust
& Banking Co. of Winder, Ga................................................................................
First National Bank of Independence, Kans. (3021); consolidated with Citi­
zens National Bank of Independence, Kans., which changed its title to
Citizens-First National Bank of Independence, Kans........................................
Mercantile National Bank of St. Louis, Mo. (9297); absorbed by Mercantile
Trust Co. of St. Louis, Mo......................................................................................
First National Bank of Carthage, Tenn. (7928); succeeded by First State Bank
of Carthage, Tenn.....................................................................................................
First National Bank of Barstow, Cal. (10843)..........................................................
First National Bank of Loudonville, Ohio (6657); succeeded by First & Sav­
ings Bank of Loudonville, Ohio......... ...................................................................
First National Bank of Lafayette, Ind. (2717); succeeded by First-Merchants
National Bank of Lafayette, Ind..........................................................................
Merchants National Bank of Lafayette, Ind. (4468); succeeded by First-Mer­
chants National Bank of Lafayette, Ind............................................... ..............
American National Bank of Lafayette, Ind. (7415); succeeded by First-Mer­
chants National Bank of Lafayette, Ind..............................................................




Date of
liquidation.

Capital.

Nov. 2,1917

$25,000

Oct. 15,1917

25.000

Nov. 14,1917

60.000

....... do............

100,000

Oct. 27,1917

100,000

Nov. 14,1917

25.000

Nov. 3,1917

1 000,000

,

Dec. 10,1917

25.000

Nov. 28,1917

100,000

Dec. 15,1917

50.000

......... do / . ___

25.000

Dec. 10,1917

50.000

Dec. 31,1917

30.000

___..d o ..........

50.000

......... d o ..........

25.000

......... d o ..........

1 000,000

Dec. 29,1917

200,000

Jan.

,

1,1918

25.000

Dec. 31,1917

500.000

Jan.

8,1918

25.000

Jan.

1,1918

25.000

Jan.

8,1918

75.000

Jan. 15,1918

80.000

Jan.

1,1918

50.000

Jan.

8,1918

50.000

Dec. 11,1917

50.000

Jan. 16,1918
Feb.

75.000

2,1918

2, 000,000

......... d o ..........

2, 000,000

Jan. 24,1918

500.000

Jan.

8,1918

Oct. 15,1917
Feb.

5,1918

Feb. 20,1918
May 25,1917

50,00C
100, 00C
1,500,00C
25,00(
25 , m

Feb. 25,1918

25,00(

Feb. 18,1918

200, 00(

......... d o ..........

200, 00(

......... d o ..........

125.00

Date of
liquidation.

Name and location of bank.
First National Bank of Bradford, Pa. (2470); succeeded by McKean County
Trust Co., Bradford. P a .........................................................................................
Pooples National Bank of Hackensack, N. J. (7799); consolidated with Alliance
Trust & Guaranty Co. of Hackensack, N. J., which changed its title to
Peoples Trust & Guaranty Co. of Hackensack, N. J.........................................
National Bank of Ventura, Cal. (9685); absorbed by Bank of Italy at San
Francisco^ Cal........................................................................................ ..................
Sussex National Bank of Seaford, Del. (3693); consolidated with Delaware
Trust Co. of Wilmington, D el................................................................................
Merchants & Miners National Bank of Idaho Springs, Colo. (5989); absorbed
by First National Bank of Idaho Springs, Colo..................................................
Western National Bank of Oklhaoma City, Okla. (5159); consolidated with
American National Bank of Oklahoma City, Okla.............................................
Market & Fulton National Bank of New York, N. Y. (964); absorbed by Irving
Trust Co., New York, N. Y ...................................................................................
First National Bank of Ganado, Tex.......................................................................
First National Bank of Holly Springs, Miss. (10873); succeeded by First State
Bank of Holly Springs, Miss..................................................................................
First National Bank of Carsonville, Mich. (10753); succeeded by First State
Bank of Carsonville, Mich......................................................................................
State National Bank of Bloomington, 111. (5119) j1 succeeded by State Bank of
Bloomington, 111............... .....................................................................................
Farmers National Bank of Allendale, 111. (10318); absorbed by First National
Bank of Allendale, 111.............................................................................................
Wharton National Bank, Wharton, Tex. (6313); succeeded by Security Bank
& Trust Co. of Wharton, Tex................................................................................
Manchester National Bank of Richmond, Va. (9663); absorbed by Bank of
Commerce & Trusts, Richmond, Va.....................................................................
Mercantile National Bank of Memphis, Tenn. (10540); absorbed by Union &
Planters Bank & Trust Co. of Memphis, Tenn...................................................
First National Bank of Bentley ville. Pa. (8196); absorbed by Farmers &
Miners National Bank of Bentley ville, Pa...........................................................
First National Bank of Trenton, Tenn. (8406); succeeded by Bank of Com­
merce, Trenton, Tenn.............................................................................................
Byrom National Bank of Byromville, Ga. (9607)..................................................
Greene County National Bank of Carrollton, 111. (2390);] succeeded by Greene
County State Bank, Carrollton, 111.......................................................................
Claremont National Bank, Claremont, Cal. (10208); consolidated with First
National Bank of Claremont, Cal.........................................................................
Grange National Bank of Mansfield, Pa. (8831); absorbed by First National
Bank of Mansfield, Pa.............................................................................................
Citizens National Bank of Fernandina, Fla. (10024).............................................
Commercial National Bank of Goliad, Tex. (7548)................................................
First National Bank of Owasso, Okla. (7964); succeeded by First State Bank of
Owasso, Okla...........................................................................................................
Fond du Lac National Bank of Fond du Lac, Wis. (3685); consolidated with
First-Fond du Lac National Bank, Fond du Lac, Wis....................................
First National Bank of Georgetown, Del. (5930); absorbed by Delaware Trust
Co. of Wilmington, D el..........................................................................................
Fannan County National Bank of Bonham, Tex. (5146) ;*succeeded by Fannan
County Bank, Bonham, Tex.................................................................................
Farmers & Mechanics National Bank of Philadelphia, Pa. (538); absorbed by
Philadelphia National Bank, Philadelphia, P a..................................................
Martindale National Bank, Martindale, Tex. (10941); succeeded by J. B. &
R. N. Martindale (private bank), Martindale, Tex........................................
Total (68 banks)................................................................................................
1

85479°— cub 1918— vol 2




Mar.

2,1918

Capital.

$300,000

Mar. 15,1918

150,000

Mar.

5,1918

200,000

Mar. 30,1918

50,000

Apr.

1,1918

50,000

Nov. 13,1917

100,000

Apr.
Apr.

8,1918
2,1918

1,000,000
25,000

Apr. 15,1918

50,000

Apr. 11,1918

25,000

Apr. 19,1918

150,000

Apr. 10,1918

25,000

Apr. 30,1918

30,000

May 10,1918

150,000

Mar. 18,1918

500,000

Jan.

9,1918

25,000

June 1,1918
May 23,1918

55,000
25,000

June

6,1918

100,000

July

1,1918

30,000

July 13,1918
Aug. 10,1918
Aug. 27,1918

50,000
50,000
50,000

Aug. 22,1918

25,000

Aug. 31,1918

200,000

Sept. 30,1918
Oct.

30,000

2,1918

100,000

Aug. 31,1918

2,000,000

Oct. 15,1918

25,000
16,165,000

Expired by limitation.

4

42
No. 29.—National banks which have been placed in the hands of receivers, togethes
vidends paid while solvent, circulation outstanding at date of failure, lawful money d
<

T aj le
d

T o t a l d iv id e n d s
p a id d u r in g
e x iste n c e as a
n a t io n a l b a n k in g
a s s o c ia t io n .

O r g a n iz a tio n .

Name and location of bank.
Char­
ter

Pate.

Capital.

199

Jan. 14,1864

l

F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k , A t t ic a , N . Y .

2

V e n a n g o N a t io n a l B a n k , F r a n k lin , P a .
M e r c h a n ts’ N . B ., W a s h in g to n , D . C ..

M a y 20,1 8 6 5
P e c . 14,1864

3

200.000

4
7

8
9

10

F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k , M e d in a , N . Y ___
229
T e n n e s s e e N . B ., M e m p h is , T e n n ............ 1225
F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k , S e lm a , A la . ->
.......... 1537
F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k , N e w O r le a n s, L a . .
162
N a t io n a l U n a d illa B ., U n a d illa , N . Y . . 1463
F a r m e r s ’ & C its .’ N . B .,B r o o k ly n , N . Y . 1223
C ro to n N a t io n a l B a n k , N e w Y o r k , N . Y 1556

F e b . 3 ,1 8 6 4
J u n e 5 ,1865
A u g . 2 4 ,1865
D e c . 18,1863
J u l y 17,1865
J u n e 5 ,1865
S e p t . 9,1 8 6 5

May 15,1865
Sept. 9,1863
Feb. 14,1865

Total................................................
May 20,1864
June 23,1865

Total................................................
1232
1691
384
286
1192
1631

June
Mar.
Apr.
Feb.
May
Feb.

23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32

Scandinavian, N. B., Chicago, 111.........
Wallkill N. B., Middletown, N. Y ____
Cresent City N. B . , New Orleans, L a ..
Atlantic N. B., New York, N. Y .........
First National Bank, Washington, D. C.
N. B. of the Common wealth, N. Y., N. Y
Merchants’ N. B., Petersburg, V a.........
First National Bank, Petersburg, V a...
First National Bank, Mansfield, Ohio..
N. O. N. B. Assoc., New Orleans, L a...
First National Bank, Carlisle, Pa..........

1978
1473
1937
1388
26
1372
1548
1378
436
1825
21

May 7 , 1872
July 21,1865
Feb. 15,1872
July 1,1865
July 16,1863
July 1,1865
Sept. 1,1865
July 1,1865
May 24,1864
May 27,1871
June 29,1863

33
34
35

First National Bank, Anderson, Ind. . .
44
First National Bank, Topeka, Kans_
_ 1660
First National Bank, Norfolk, Va......... 271

July 31,1863
Aug. 23,1866
Feb. 23,1864

36
37
38
39
40

Gibson County N. B., Princeton, In d ..
First N .B. of Utah, Salt Lake City,Utah
Cook County N. B., Chicago, 111............
First National Bank, Tiffin, Ohio.........
Charlottesville N.B.,Charlottesville, Va.

41
42
43
44

20
21

> ®
’3 2
b -S
C

1 ,7 8 0

a^
‘E 3
S*
<W
y

6 0 ,0 0 0
5 0 .0 0 0
5 0 .0 0 0

2 ,2 3 6

*1

2 ,2 3 6

5 0 ,0 0 0
15 5 ,0 0 0

465

$ 7 ,5 0 0

465

7 ,5 0 0

200.000

1 ,7 5 6 ,1 0 0

Total................................................

250,
175,
500,
300
500,
750,
140,

120,
100,
600,
50,

4 .9

4 2 1 ,0 5 2

4 2 .1

1 4 0 ,0 0 0

*56*0

8 ,4 2 4

2 4 ,4 0 3
1 8 ,0 0 0

2 3 .0
3 6 .0

9 ,4 2 4

6 0 3 ,4 5 5

5 9 ,4 7 2

1 0 3.250
2 5 .0 0 0
183 .0 0 0
8 0 5 .0 0 0
42 9 .2 5 0
1 3 4,200
9 7 ,7 7 0

102,666
1 0 8 .0 0 0
4 2 .0 0 0

3 ,4 8 5 ,0 0 0

100,000

3 1 ,1 5 0
4 6 ,0 0 0
9 0 ,5 0 0

5 9 .0
5 .0
6 1 .0
16 1 .1
5 7 .2
9 5 .9
8 1 .5

102.6
1 8 .0
8 4 .0

5 9 ,4 7 2 2 ,0 3 0 ,1 3 6

5 0 .0 0 0
5 0 .0 0 0

200,000

Total..............................................

167,650

6 2 .3
9 2 .0
9 0 .5

30,1872
15,1869
8,1871
16,1865
19,1865

Miners, N . B ., Georgetown Colo........... 2199
Fourth National Bank. Chicago, 111.1.. . 276
First National Bank, Bedford, Iowa__ 2298
First National Bank, Osceola, Iowa_
_ 1776

Oct.
Feb.
Sept.
Jan.

30,1874
24,1864
18,1875
26,1871

Total................................................

6,000

12.0

100.000
100,000

12 5 ,0 0 0
5 3 ,3 3 3
1 0 8,279
149,245

1 2 5 .0
1 7 .8
1 0 8 .2
1 4 9 .2

6 5 0,000

2066
1695
1845
900
1468

Nov.
Nov.
July
Mar.
July




IBa
8>
$ 1 ,7 8 0

5 0 0 .0 0 0
150.000
3 0 0 .0 0 0

6,1865 1,000,000
13,1869 2 5 0 .0 0 0
16,1864 2 5 0 .0 0 0
26,1864
100.000
1 0 6,100
29,1865
5 0 ,0 0 0
6,1866

Total................................................
22

5 0 ,0 0 0

100,000
100,000

205 ,0 0 0

14
15

First National Bank, Rockford, III....... 429
First N. B. of Nevada, Austin, Nev___ 1331
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, A rk..

xn ^

160,000

13

16
17
18
19

Per
ce n t.

Is
00

3 0 0 .0 0 0

1 ,4 0 0 ,0 0 0

T o ta l.

First National Bank, Bethel, Conn....... 1141
First National Bank, Keokuk, Iowa__
80
National Bank of Vicksburg, Miss......... 803

11
12

A m o u n t.

5 0 0 ,0 0 0

T o ta l.

5
6

S ur­
p lu s .

$ 5 0 ,0 0 0

1176
627

num ­
b er.

4 4 1 ,8 5 7

150.000

100.000

4 ,5 0 0
1 8 4,008

3 .0
1 8 4 .0

5 0 .0 0 0
5 0 .0 0 0

2 3 ,5 0 0

4 6 .1

5 0 ,0 0 0

100,000
3 0 0 .0 0 0

vith the capital and surplus at date of organization and at date of failure, cause of failv «»
josited voith the Treasurer to redeem circulation, and total deposits at date of suspension

Failure 3.
Lawful
money
deposited.

Circulation
outstanding
at date of
failure.

Receiver
appointed.

Cause
of
failure.

$o0}000

Apr. 14,1865

W

$44,000

$44,000

300,000
200,000

Mav
May

1,1866
8,1866

IJ

85,000
180,000

85,000
180,000

Mar.
Mar.
Apr.
May
Aug.
Sept.
Oct.

13,1867
21,1867
30,1867
20,1867
29,1867
6,1867
1,1867

T
V
B

Capital.

Surplus.

u

265,000

50,000
100,000
100,000
500,000
120,000
300,000
200,000

$2,288
20,435
4, 788
37,903

1,370,000
60,000
100,000
50,000

4,610
20,000
5,000

210,000

29,610

50,000
250,000

1,400
5,580

300,000

150,000

1,806,100

G

N
Q

N

250,000
175,000
500,000
300,000
500,000
750,000
400,000
200,000
100,000
600,000
50,000

17,000
3,045
56,000
108,000
56,027
18,302
11,801
16,000
14,161
25,000

3,825,000

45,000
129,700
174.700

V
U
F
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

1,388,393

135,000
118,900
450', 000
100,000
450,000
234,000
360,000
179,200
90,000
360,000
45,000

2,522,100

45,000
90,000
95,000

230,000

230,000

43,800
118,191
285,100
45,000
146,585

43,800
118,191
285,100
45,000
146,585

638,676

638,676

45,000
85,700
27,000
45,000

45,000
85,700
27,000
45,000

11
12
13

2,522,100

45,000
■90,000
95,000

4
5
6
7
8
9
10

1,388,393

135,000
118,900
450,000
100,000
450,000
234,000
360,000
179,200
90,000
360,000
45,000

<
8
s

174,700

Dec.
Dec.
Dec.
Dec.
Apr.
May

t

45,000
129,700

13,1871
15,1871
15,1871
20,1871
23,1872
2,1872

Dec. 12,1872
Dec. 31,1872
Maf. 18,1873
Apr. 28,1873
Sept. 19,1873
Sept. 22,1873
Sept. 25,1873
....... do............
Oct. 18,1873
Oct. 23,1873
Oct. 24,1873

T
J

V

325,336

50,000
100, 000
100,000

23,839 Nov. 23,1873
7, 000 Dec. 16,1873
3,000 June 3,1874

250,000

1,000
18, 719
80,000
20,000
22,254

1,000,000

968

u

141,973

150,000
200,000
30,000
50,000

B
B
M
A
M
V
R
R
P
W

33,839

50,000
150,000
500,000
100,000
200,000

Nov.
Dec
Feb.
Oct.
Oct.

p
p
G

28,1874
10,1874
1,1875
22,1875
28,1875

X
V
V
E
U

Jan. 24,1876
Feb. 1,1876
....... do............
io, 666 Feb. 25,1876

V
V
N
V




2
3

141,800

B
U

253,553

40,000
33,905
27,139
2,509

26,300
90,000
25,500

1

928,900

Mar. 15,1869
Oct. 14,1869

6,980

1,000,000
200,000
250,000
200,000
106,100
50,000

Feb. 28,1868
Mar. 3,1868
Apr. 24,1868

Q
u

W

26,300
90,000
25,500
141,800

97,414

32,000

40,0000
90,000
85,000
180.000
100,000
253,900
180,000

5
•o'
«
o
00

265,000

40,000
90,000
85,000
180,000
100,000
253,900
180,000
928,900

500,000

Total deposits
at date of
suspension.

14
15

na

^©
A
*

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

44

Total dividends
paid during
existence as a
national banking
association.

Organization.
Name and location of bank.
Char­
ter
num­
ber,
45
46
47
48
49

First National Bank, Duluth, M inn...
First National Bank, La Crosse, W is..
City National Bank, Chicago, 111. . . . . . .
Watkins National Bank, Watkins, N. Y
First National Bank,Wichita, K an s.. .

50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59

First N. B., Greenfield, Ohio1...............
National Bank of Fishkill, N. Y ______
First National Bank, Franklin, Ind_
_
Northumberland County National
Bank, Shamokin, Pa.
First National Bank, Winchester, III__
N. Exchange B., Minneapolis, M inn....
N. B. of State of Mo., St. Louis, Mo.......
First National Bank, Delphi, In d ........
First National Bank, Georgetown, Colo.
Lock Haven N. B., Lock Haven, P a ....

60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73

Third National Bank, Chicago. Ill.......
Central National Bank, Chicago, 111—
First National Bank, Kansas City, Mo.
Commercial N. B., Kansas City. M o...
First National Bank, Ashland, Pa.1. . .
First National Bank, Tarrytown, N. Y.
First National Bank, Allentown, Pa.1..
First N. B., Waynesburg, 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.1.. .
Farmers’ N. B., Platte City, Mo..........

Date.

1954 Apr. 6,1872
1313 June 20,1865
818 Feb. 18,1865
456 June 2,1864
1913 Jan. 2,1872

101

971
50
689

Oct.
Apr.
Aug.
Jan.

7,1863
1,1865
5,1863
9,1865

First National Bank, Meadville, P a_
_
First National Bank, Newark, N. J .....
First National Bank, BrattleborOjVt..

89

Total.




71,750
124.000

50.0
63.0
73.0
113.9
73.9

143.5
248.0

45,000
15,000

45.0

’i53,‘60Q‘

"x
28."o*

4,157,300

54,181 1,509,969

120,000
200,000
100,000
100,000
60,000
50.000
100,000

1,035,000
38.000
540,500
7,214
25.000
187,131
132,250

862.5
19.0
540.5
25.0
311.9
264.5

86,692
205,940
45,750

86.7
102.9
45.7

100,000

200,000
100,000
100,000
50.000
50.000
50.000
1,380,000
50,000
130.000
250.000
100.000
100,000
100,000
50.000
50.000
830,000

1856 July 31,1871
2358 May 14,1877
1734 Nov. 15,1870
1227 June 6,1865
49 Aug. 5,1863
1200 May 31,1865
2208 Dec. 3,1874
309 Mar. 11,1864

1,000

222

10,000
20,000

34,731
4,000

1251 June 9,1865
235 Feb. 5,1864
2373 Nov. 9,1877

10.0

40.0
69.5

8.0

8,436 2,364,994
57, 750

115.5

i i ’872

113.000
392,125
92,000
7,400
139.000

113.0
392.1
92.0
14.8
278.0

13,872

801,275

2,000

70,000
125, 000
100,000

248,400
605, 250
387,000

295,000

115 Oct. 27,1863
52 Aug. 7,1863
470 June 30,1864

Total.
First National Bank of Union Mills,
Union City, Pa.
Vermont N. B., St. Albans, V t..............

100.6
80,300
71.5
143.000
270.5
222,319
670.000 1, 000.0

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

Feb.
Sept.
Nov.
June
Apr.
Apr.
Dec.
Mar.
June
July
May
Aug.
Jan.
May

Total.

88

573,433

50.000
200,000 $36,205
60.000
67.000
2,976

236
2047
1612
1995
403
364
161
305
1266
2157
2105
2027
1927
2356

Total.

85" Mechanics’ N. B., Newark, N. J...........
86 First National Bank, Buffalo, N. Y . . .
87 Pacific National Bank,Boston,M ass..

Per
cent.

$25,000
31,500
182,500
85,450
36,975

25,1865
50.000
16,1865
50.000
30,1866 3,410,300
25,1872
100,000
31,1872
50.000
14,1865 120,000

Total.

82
83
84

Amount.

$50,000
50.000
250,000
75.000
50.000

1484 July
719 Jan.
1665 Oct.
1949 Mar.
1991 May
1273 June

Total.

First N. B., Warrensburg, Mo...............
German-American N. B., Wash., D. C.
German National Bank, Chicago, 111.1..,
Commercial N. B., Saratoga Spgs., N. Y ,
Second National Bank, Scranton,Pa.1. .
National Bank of Poultney, V t............ .
First National Bank,Monticello,Ind...
First National Bank, Butler, P a___

Sur­
plus.

825,000

Total.

74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81

Capital.

354.8
484.2
387.0

1,240, 650

500.000 251,802 1,198, 000
100.000
287, 500
250,000
75,000

239.6
287.5
30.0

850,000 251,802 1,560,500
110

Oct. 23,1863

50,000

91,955

183.9

1583

Oct. 11,1865

200,000

186,000

93.0

250,000

277,955

f5
c

Failures.
Lawful
money
deposited.
Capital.

Surplus.

$100,000
50.000
250,000
75.000
60.000

$25,000
130,000
3,000
12,000

965,000

10,000
30.000
28,538

Cause i
of
failure.

50.000
100.000
2,500,000
50.000
75.000
120,000
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
2,612,500
100,000
130.000
500.000
100.000
200,000
100,000
50.000
50.000

13,1876
11,1876
17,1876
12,1876
23,1876

P
P
V
G
B

$45,000
45,000
137,209
67,500
43,200

n
d
0
©
ft
©

540,609

1
3
T
3
to
©

A

U
B
B
M

29,662
177,200
92,092
60,300

29,662
177,200
92,092
60,300

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
W
U
V

45.000
90.000
296,274
45.000
45.000
71,200

45.000
90.000
296,274
45.000
45.000
71,200

447,448

951,728

951,728

V
200,000 Nov. 24,1877
V
10,000 Dec. 1,1877
X
25.000 Feb. 11,1878
V
6,392 ....... do............
V
19.000 Feb. 28,1878
V
25.000 Mar. 23,1878
N
220,000 Apr. 15,1878
V
May 15,1878
P
24.000 June 8,1878
V
5.000 .....d o ............
8.000 Sept. 13,1878
Q
7,000 Sept. 14,1878 . Q
13,500 Sept. 25,1878
X
N
Oct. 1,1878

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

1,322,725

1,322,725

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

516,825

516,825

89,500
326,643
90,000

89,500
326,643
90,000

506,143

506,143

449,900
99,500
450,000

449,900
99,500
450,000

$2,883,714.94
1,061,263.37
2,470,356.76

999,400

999,400

45
46
47
48
4.9

6,415,335.07

Dec.
Jan.
Feb.
Mar.

562,892
10,600 Nov. 1,1878
2,000 ....... d o ...........
125,000 Dec. 20,1878
40,476 Feb. 11,1879
70,000 Mar. 15,1879
4.000 Apr. 7,1879
2.000 July 18,1879
10,400 July 23,1879
20,000
62,584
57,000

700,000

139,584

500,000
100,000
961,300

400,000
50,000

1,561,300

450,000

50,000

13,455

X
P
B
X
X
X
N
E

264,476

100,000
300.000
300.000

250,000

$45,000
45,000
137,209
67,500
43,200

12,1876
27,1877
13,1877
12,1877

1,230,000

200,000

Total deposits
at date of
suspension.

540,609

Mar.
Apr.
May
July
Sept.

180,968

50.000
200,000
132.000
67.000

Receiver
appointed.

Circulation
outstanding
at date of
failure.

25,000
38,455




June 9,1880
June 14,1880
June 19,1880

Nov. 2,1881
Apr. 22,1882
May 22,1882

R
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P

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50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
69

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

O

85
86
87

Mar. 24,1883

s

43,000

43,000

181,712.28

88

Aug. 9,1883

V

65,200

65,200

402,053.56

89

108,200

108,200

583,765.84

46

Total dividends
paid during
existence as a
national banking
association.

Organization.
Name and location of bank.
Char­
ter
num­
ber.

Date.

2420 Mar. 19,1879
2889 Feb. 24.1883
269 Feb. 20,1864
2751 July 7.1882
1215 June 3,1865
2887 Feb. 17.1883
2090 Mar. 5,1873
3006 July 16.1883
166 Dec. 22,1863
2578 Oct. 25,1881
2942 May 7.1883

90 First National Bank, Leadville, Colo...
91 City N. B., Lawrenceburg, Ind.1...........
92 First National Bank, St. Albans, V t. . .
93 First National Bank, Monmouth, 111.. .
94 Marine National Bank, New York, N.Y.
95 Hot Springs N. B., Hot Springs, Ark
96 Richmond N. B., Richmond, Ina___
97 First N. B., Livingston, Mont.............
98 First National Bank, Albion, N. Y ...,
99 First N. B., Jamestown, N. Dak.........
100 Logan N. B., West Liberty, O h io....,

102

103
104

Middletown N. B., Middletown,N.Y...
Farmers’ National Bank, Bushnell, 111..
Schoharie Co. N. B., Schoharie, N .Y ...
Exchange National Bank, Norfolk, Va..

1276
1791
1510
1137

June
Feb.
Aug.
May

14,1865
18,1871
9,1865
13,1865

First National Bank, Lake City, M inn..
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, P a ..

1740
583
2465
2624
564
110
2139
111 A bington N . B ..A brn gton , M ass .a ............ 1386
112 First National Bank, Blair, Nebr......... 2724
105
106
107
108
109

29,1870
22,1864
15,1880
2,1882
3.1864
17,1874
1.1865
June 7,1882
Nov.
Nov.
Mar.
Feb.
Nov.
Mar.
July

200,000

50,000

$2,000

50.000
50.000
50.000

$63,000
3.000
197.000
15,000
659,643
3.000
274.000

105.0
3.0
197.0

170,500

20.0

164.9
6.0
101.5
341.0
'*8.6*

2,000 1,389,143

23,128

356,000
38,500

178.0
77.0

337,500

337.5

23,128

732,000

32,894

90,142
285.000

100,000
100,000

200,000

Per
cent.

10,000
12,000

150,000
50.000

15,000

186.000
•38,500
307,382
23,000

100,000
100,000

47,894

10,000

2,784
12,250
13,500
75,825
168,500
306,000

1,500,000

10,000

190.3
142.5
20.0

24.0
186.0
38.5
204.9
46.0

952,024

50.000
2776 Sept. 18,1882
50.000
3266 Nov. 20,1884
3461 Feb. 27,1886 1,000,000
50.000
3022 Aug. 8,1883
50.000
3082 Nov. 26,1883
50.000
75 Sept. 4,1863
100,000
605 Dec. 6,1864
150,000
686 Jan. 7,1865

578,859

Total..

.3
24.5
27.0
151.6
168.5
204.0

Total.,
129 California N . B ., San Francisco, Cal.. . . 3592 Oct. 20,1886
130 First National Bank, Anoka, Minn....... 2800 Sept. 14,1882

500.000
100.000
100,000
100,000
60,000
50.000
50.000

75,000
215.000
266.000
146,806

37.5
43.0
266.0
146.8

278,000
5,000
159,494

318.9

1,160,000

2835 Dec. 12, 1882
2542 July 12, 1881
231 Feb. 4, 1864
1801 Mar. 11, 1871
1682 June 17, 1868
277 Feb. 24 1864
3597 Dec. 7, 1886
1280 June 14' 1865

Fifth National Bank. St. Louis, Mo_
_
122 Metropolitan N . R. oi Cincinnati, Ohio..
_
123 First National Bank, Auburn, N .Y _
124 Commercial N. B., Dubuque, Iowa.......
125 State National Bank, Raleigh, N. C___
126 Second National Bank, Xenia, Ohio_
_
127 Madison N. B., Madison, S. Dak...........
128 Lowell National Bank, Lowell, Mich...
121

1,145,300

200,000

463.3
10.0

200,000

2198 Oct. 29,1874
3617 Jan. 14.1887
3366 July 15;1885
2427 June 23,1879
3431 Jan. 6,1886
3936 Oct. 26.1888
3502 May 11,1886
3564 Oct. 1,1886
3559 Sept. 16,1886

_
131 National Bank of Shelby ville, Tenn_
132 First National Bank, Sheffield, Ala___
133 Third National Bank, Malone, N. Y . ..
134 First National Bank, Abilene, K ans....
135 Harper National Bank,Harper, Kans..
136 Gloucester City N . B ., Gloucester, N . J..
137 Park National Bank, Chicago, 111..........
138 State National Bank, Wellington, Kans.
139 Kingman N. B., Kingman, Kans..........
r

50,000

18,000

250,000

Total..




75.000
400.000
50.000
270.000
50.000
50.000
50.000
50.000

Amount.

750,000

Total..
113 First National Bank, Pine Bluff, A rk..
114 Palatka National Bank, Palatka, F la ..
115 Fidelity N. B., Cincinnati, Ohio...........
116 Henrietta N. B ., Henrietta, Tex...........
117 National Bank of Sumter, S. C..............
118 First National Bank, Dansville, N. Y ..
119 First National Bank, Corry, P a.............
120 Stafford N. B., Stafford Springs, Conn..

Total.,

100,000

100,000

450,000

Total..

Sur­
plus.

$60,000

1,255,000

Total..
101

Capital.

18,000

50.000

81,265

163.2

2,000
75,350

4.0
150.6

10,000

20.0

24,000
5,000
20,500

12.0
10.0

100,000

50.000
50.000
50.000
50.000

1,000

200,000

50.000
75.000

675,000

1,000

218,115

36.0

27.3

47

Failures.
Circulation
outstanding
at date of
failure.

Total deposits
at date of
suspension.

$53,000
77,000
89,980
27,000
260,100
40,850
158,900
11,240
90,000
18,650
23,400

$53,000
77,000
89,980
27,000
260,100
40,850
158,900
11,240
90,000
18,650
23,400

$223,386.50
99,724.21
245,657. 71

850,120

850,120

6,089,735. 25

176,000
44,000
38,350
228,200

178,000
44,000
38,350
228,200

703,123.12
76,655. 40
140,614. 92
3,151,488.28

486, 550

486,550

4,071,881. 72

44,420
72,360
10,740
17,120
89,000
43,140
25,425
26,180

44,420
72,360
10,740
17,120
89,000
43,140
25,425
26,180

125,288. 57
269,077. 39
86,188. 47
85,626.08
39,596. 73
99,062. 61
168,288. 56
52,440.07

328,385

328,385

925,568. 48

26,280
19,210
90,000
11,250
11,250
15,730
73,829
139,048

26,280
19,210
90,000
11,250
11,250
15,730
73,829
139,048

53,571.81
9,149.16
3,789,991. 95
79,484. 46
67,420. 27
195,624. 72
133,678. 47
246,870.96

386,597

386,597

4,575,791.80

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

1,147,550.13
864,091.11
832,648. 63
479,502. 42
211,118. 78
305,872.11
78,307.58
79,592.31

557,811

557,811

3,998,683.07

45,000
11, 250

45,000
11,250

401,935. 53
88,675.12

56,250

56,250

490,610.65

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

59,759. 68
163,521.30
49,724. 43
45,585. 09
8,869.19
30,207. 85
526,927. 40
49,676.11
57,365.90

171,450

171,450

991,636.95

Lawful
money
deposited.
Capital.

$60,000
100,000
100,000
75,000
400,000
50,000
250,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
50,000

Surplus.

Receiver
appointed.

Jan. 24,1884
Mar. 11,1884
40,000 Apr. 22,1884
15,000 ....... do............
225,000 May 13,1884
180 June 2,1884
33,000 July 23,1884
Aug. 25,1884
20,000 Aug. 26,1884
12,500 Sept. 13,1884
1,000 Oct. 18,1884
$15,000

1,285,000

40,000
7,500
15,000
150,000

600,000

212,500

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

10,000
20,000
30,447
4,000
20,100
12,500
25,300
11,000

650,000

133,347

50,000
50,000
1,000,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
100,000
200,000

20,000

1,550,000

137,183

300,000
1,000,000
150,000
100,000
100,000
150,000
50,000
50,000

30,000
180,000

1,900,000

257,000

200,000
50,000

10,000
4,300

B
G
P
B
T
E
H
X
B
E
P

361,680

200,000
50,000
50,000
300,000

Cause
of
failure.

Nov.
Dec.
Mar.
Apr.

29,1884
17,1884
23,1885
9,1885

I
L
B
O

Jan.
Jan.
Mar.
Apr.
Apr.
May
Aug.
Sept.

4,1886
20,1886
11,1886
8,1886
19,1886
4,1886
2,1886
8,1886

E
B
J
J
A
D
L
U

Nov. 20,1886
June 3,1887
50,000 June 27,1887
8,000 Aug. 17,1887
10,000 Aug. 24,1887
15,000 Sept. 8,1887
10,183 Oct. 11,1887
24,000 Oct. 17,1887

20,000
14,000
3,000
10,000

V
y
B
K
A
B
V
B

15,1887
10,1888
20,1888
2,1888
11,1888
9,1888
23,1888
19,1888

F
V
R
V
B
V
S
w

Jan. 14,1889
Apr. 22,1889

Q
B

Nov.
Feb.
Feb.
Apr.
Apr.
May
June
Sept.

250,000

14,300

50,000
100,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
50,000
200,000
50,000
100,000

Dec.
Dec.
400 Dec.
17,600 Jan.
Feb.
June
21,000 July
3,915 Sept.
1,000 Oct.

750,000

68,915

25,000




13,1889
23,1889
30,1889
21,1890
10,1890
12,1890
14,1890
25,1890
2,1890

Q
V
w
F
F
F
F
W
X

4,847,855. 50
37,866.80
366,871.95
21,400. 74
170,561.16
76,410.68

90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100

101
102

103
104

105
106
107
108
109
110
111

112

113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120

121

122
123
124
125
126
127
128

129
130

131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139

48

Total dividends
paid during
existence as a
national banking
association.

Organization.
Name and location of bank.
Char­
ter
num­
ber.
140 First National Bank, Alma, K an s.......
141 First National Bank. Belleville, K ans..
142 First N. B., Meade Center, Kans---- ...
143 American N. B., Arkansas City, Kans.
144 City National Bank, Hastings, Nebr...
145 People’s N. B., Fayetteville, N. C .. . . . .
146 Spokane N. B., Spokane Falls, W ash..
147 First National Bank, Ellsworth, Kans.
_
148 Second N. B., McPherson, K an s...._
149 Pratt County N. B., Pratt, Kans.. . . . . .
150 Keystone, N. B., Pniladelphia, P a .. . . .
151 Spring Garden N. B., Philadelphia. Pa.
152 National City Bank, Marshall, M ich.. .
153 Red Cloud N. B., Red Cloud, Nebr___
154 Asbury Park N. 13., Asburv Park, N. J.
155 Ninth National Bank, Dallas, T e x .___
156 First National Bank, Red Cloud, Nebr.
157 Central Nebr. N. B., Broken Bow, Nebr.
158 FlorenceN. B.,Florence, Ala...........
159 First National Bank, Palatka, F la .. . . .
160 First N. B., Kansas City, Kans.............
161 Rio Grande N. B., Laredo, Tex............
162 First National Bank, Clearfield, P a___
163 F arley N . B ., M ontgom ery, A l a 1..........
164 First National Bank, Coldwater, Kans.

Date.

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

Aug. 3,1887
Aug. 28,1885
May 5,1887
Mar. 15,1889
Dec. 27,1883
June 27,1872
Jan. 4,1888
Sept. 11,1884
Sept. 16,1887
Sept. 8,1887
July 30,1875
Mar. 13,1886
July 29,1872
May 10,1884
Sept. 17,1887
Sept. 12,1890
Nov. 8,1882
Sept. 28,1888
Oct. 3,1889
July 15,1884
May 17,1887
Oct. 28,1889
Jan. 30,1865
Dec. 18,1889
May 9,1887

Total

Sur­
Capital. : plus.

$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

186
187
188
189
190
191
192
193
194
195
196
197
198
199
200

201

202

203
204

First N. B., Del Norte, Colo..................
Newton N. B., Newton, K ans....._
_
Capitol National Bank, Lincoln, Nebr.
Bankers & Merchants’ National Bank,
Dallas, Tex.
First N. B., Little Rock, Ark................
Commercial N. B., Nashville, Tenn___
Alabama National Bank, Mobile, A la ..
First National Bank, 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. D a k .. . .
EvanstonN. 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, Tex.........

61.4
24.4
162.5
46.5
6.0
114.5
14.0

50,000
25,000

100..0
25.0

209,000

209.0

2,080

4.0

1,158,837

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

1,800,000
4264
3297
2988
4213

1648
3228
1817
3627
2568
3677
4105
4256
4767
3771
3753
4143
2177
4198
F irst N . B ., A rkansas City, K a n s 1.......... 3360
Citizens’ N. B., Hillsboro, Ohio............. 2039
First National Bank, Brunswick, Ga. - 3116
City W. B ., B rownwood, Tex.1 ..................... 4344
Merchants’ N. B., Tacoma, Wash......... 3172




109.0
17.0

Dec.
Nov.
Dec.
Dec.
July
Nov.
Oct.
Feb.
Aug.
Apr.
Sept.
Jan.
July
Apr.
Jan.
May
July

61,390 2,480,345

Mar.
Jan.
June
Jan.

18,1890
28,1885
29,1883
21,1890

50, 000
65,000
100,000
500,000

3,500
58,500
272,500
35,000

7.0
90.0
272.5
7.0

Apr. 12,1866
July 22,1884
May 13,1871
Jan. 28,1887
Oct. 3,1881
Apr. 23,1887
Aug. 30,1889
Mar. 12,1890
June 29,1892
Aug. 5,1887
July 16,1887
Oct. 23,1889
Sept. 1,1874
Jan. 7,1890
June 30,1885
Sept. 4,1872
Feb. 2,1884
June 17,1890
May 2,1884

150,000
200,000
300,000
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

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
58,200
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

400,000 $61,390
100,000
100,000
150,000
250,000
50,000
50,000
100,000,
50,000
50,000
50,000
100,000
100,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
100,000

Total
182
183
184
185

28.0
35.0
17.7
28.0
89.1
243.3

18,000
57,250
8,400

2,497,000

677
165 Maverick N. B., Boston, Mass............
166 Corry National Bank, Corry, P a........... 569
167 Cheyenne N. B., Cheyenne, Wyo.......... 3416
168 California N. B., San Diego, Cal__ . . . . 3828
169 First N. B v Wilmington, N. C.............. 1656
170 Huron National Bank, Huron, S. D ak .. 3267
171 First National Bank, Downs, Kans. . . . 3569
172 First National Bank, Muncy, Pa........... 837
_
173 Bell County N. B., Temple, Tex_
4404
174 First National Bank, Deming, N. Mex. 3160
175 First N. B., Silver City, N. Mex........
3554
176 Lima National Bank, Lima, Ohio......... 2859
177 National Bank of Guthrie, Okla........... 4383
178 Cherryvale N. B.,Cherryvale, Kans___ 4288
179 First National Bank, Erie, Kans........... 3963
180 First National Bank, Rockwall, T e x ... 3890
181 Vincennes N. B., Vincennes, Ind.......... 1454

$14,000
17,500
8,857
28,000
44,547
182,500

122,730
122,198
162,500
23,275

.

Per
ceilt.

54,500
8,500

i..

Amount.

;

5 0 , ooo

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

Failures.
Circulation
outstanding
at date of
failure.

Total deposits
at date of
suspension.

$29,363.26
17,407.73
18,738.93
155,773.51
70,327.74
108,834.18
413,963.08
74,409.87
36,799.06
37,424.54
1,686,074.53
1,917,177.94
137,009.89
37,377.37
15,936.94
63,954.38
38,411.51
34,730.52
46,259.20
284,338.29
127,586.09
15,918.01
165,763.50

11,200

$16,875
11,250
10,750
45,000
22,500
28,800
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

641,852

664,352

5,570,924.26

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

8,334,595.40
543,369.85
279,780.81
1,057,508.59
432,304.91
33,064.29
34,153.15
97,710.43
54,155.39
140,288.38
85,337.49
136,694.21

Lawful
money
deposited.
Capital.

Surplus.

875,000
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

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

800', 000
17,000
15,000
100,000
17,512

2,450,000

4,800

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
....... do............
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

1,091,470

50,000
100,000
300,000
500,000

Cause
of
failure.

478,093

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

Receiver
appointed.

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

81,603
5,000
4,000
24,000

46,000.
8,000
790

15,958
2,500
13,500
4,000
44,000
2,000
1,000
1,500
17,500
40,000

6,000
10,000

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

s

V
H

F
R
O
O
B

U
s

V

B
P
P
G

Q

O
V
Q
R

37,294.19

45,569.35
46,605.34
22,531.94
220,065.95

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

165
166
167
168
169
170
171
172
173
174
175
176
177
178
179
180
181

623,153
Jan. 14,1893
Jan. 16,1893
Feb. 6,1893

100,000 ....... do_____ _
100,000 Apr. 6,1893
Apr. 17,1893
3,400 May 13,1893
18,500 May 19,1893
50,000 May 22,1893
16,009 May 26,1893
7,797 June 6,1893
245 June 7,1893
60,000 June 9,1893
35,000 June 12,1893
1,931 June 13,1893
25,000 ....... do............
3,000 ....... do............
25,000 June 15,1893
50,000 June 16,1893
50,000 June 17,1893
6,000 June 20,1893
75,000 June 23,1893




Q

G
O
H
G
V

$16,875
11,250
10,750
45,000
22,500
28,800
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

623,153

11,563,735.48

G
Y
B
O

11,250
48,740
43,700
44,000

11,250
48,740
43,700
44,000

77,654.33
101,626.89
911,582.55
90,264.58

182
183
184
185

T

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
10,800
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
10,800
28,120
24,550
44,000

225,149.59
1,498,198.75
73,931.79
77,073.18
189,109.40
1,373,934.^0
586,520.30
25,276.84
77,539.12
713,367.77
126,566.76
8,788.2fT
127,542.49
33,382,85

186
187
188
189
190
191
192
193
194
195
196
197
198
199

45,000

45,000

555,697.36

Q
Q
T
Q
O

V

Q
T
F
Y
V

L
T
G
Q
V
F
Y

200

370,011.40
256,442.03

201
202

203
204

50

Total dividends
paid during
existence as a
national banking
association.

Organization.
Name and location of bank.
Char­
ter
num­
ber.
205 City National Bank, Greenville, Mich..
206 First N. B., Whatcom, Wash................
207 Columbia N. B., New Whatcom, Wash.
208 Citizens? N . B ., Spokane F a lls , W ash? .
209 F irst N . B . , PniU tpsburg, M o n t? ..............
210 lin n County N. B., Albany, Oreg.........
211 Nebraska N. B., Beatrice, Nebr............
212 Gulf National Bank, Tampa, F la------213 LivingstonN. B., Livingston, M ont....
214 Chemical National Bank, Chicago, 111..
215 B ozem an N . B . } Bozem an, M o n t? ............
216 Consolidated N. B., San Diego, Cal----217 First National Bank, Cedartown, Ga...
218 Merchants’ N. B., Great Falls, Mont...
219 State National Bank, Knoxville, Term.
220 M ontana N . B . , H elena, M o n t? ................
221 IndianapolisN. B.. Indianapolis, I n d ..
222 Northern N. B., Big Rapids, M ich... . .
223 F irst N . B . , Great F alls, M o n t? ................
224 F irst N ational B a n k , Kankakee, III? ----225 National Bank of the Commonwealth,
Manchester, N. H.
226 First National Bank,Starkville, Miss...
227 Stock-Growers’ N. B, Mules City, Mont.
228 Texas N. B., San Antonio, Tex.............
229 Albuquerque National Bank, Albu­
querque, N. Hex.
230 First National Bank, Vernon, T ex.......
231 First National Bank, Middlesboro, K y..
232 F irst N ational B a n k , Orlando, F l a ? . . . .
233 Citizens1 N ational B a n k , M uncie, I n d ? .
234 First N. B., Hot Springs, S. Dak..........
235 First National Bank, Marion, Kans---236 Washington N. B., Tacoma, Wash.......
237 El Paso National Bank, El Paso, T ex..
238 Lloyd’sN . B., Jamestown, N. Dak___
239 N. Granite State B., Exeter, N. H .......
240 Chamberlain N.B., Chamberlain, S.Dak.
241 P. Townsend N. B., P. Townsend, Wash.
242 F irst N . B ., P o rt A ngelcs, TFizsiM.............
243 First National Bank,Sundance, W yo...
_
244 First N. B., North Manchester, Ind_
245 Commercial N. B., Denver, Colo...........
246 First National Bank, Dayton, Term__

Date.

Total




Sur­
plus.

3243 Aug. 28,1884
$50,000
4099 Aug. 26,1889
50.000
4351 June 28,1899 100,000
4005 Apr. 8,1889 150.000
50.000
4658 Dec. 5,1891
100.000
4326 May 31,1890
100,000
4185 Dec. 21,1889
50.000
4478 Dec. 2,1890
50.000
4117 Sept. 11,1889
4666 Dec. 15,1891 1,000,000
2803 Oct. 23,1882
50.000
3056 Sept. 22,1883
250.000
4075 July 16,1889
75.000
4434 Oct. 7,1890
100.000
100,000
4102 Aug. 28,1889
250.000
2813 Nov. 11,1882
581 Nov. 21,1864 300.000
90.000
1832 June 5,1871
250.000
3525 July 1,1886
50.000
1793 Feb. 20,1871
100.000
4692 Feb. 9,1892
3688 Apr.
3275 Dec.
3298 Jan.
3222 July.

30,1887
20,1884
31,1885
14,1884

4033 May 13,1889
4201 Jan. 8,1890
3469 Mar. 16,1886
2234 Mar. 15,1875
4370 July 15,1890
3018 July 28,1883
4018 Apr. 23,1889
3608 Dec. 22,1886
4561 May 4,1891
1147 May 15,1865
4282 Apr. 8,1890
4290 Apr. 18,1890
4315 May 19,1890
4343 June 16,1890
2903 Mar. 17,1883
4113 Sept. 6,1889
4362 July 10,1890

Total
247 Hutchinson N. B., Hutchinson, K ans..
248 First N. B., Spokane Falls, Wash.........
249 Oregon N. B., Portland, Oreg................
_
250 Citizens’ N. B ., Grand Island, Nebr_
251 First N. B., Fort Payne, Ala.................
Third National Bank, Detroit, M ich...
252
253 First National Bank, Watkins, N. Y ...
254 First National Bank, Llano, Tex..........
255 American N. B., Springfield, Mo..........
256 First National Bank, Sedalia, Mo.........
257 National Bank of Pendleton, Oreg........
258 St^ite National Bank, Wichita, K ans...
259 German National Bank, Denver, Colo..
260 Black Hills N. B.,Rapid City, S. D a k ..
261 First National Bank, Arlington, Oreg..
_
262 Baker City N. B., Baker City, Oreg_
263 First National Bank, Grant, Nebr........
264 Wichita N. B., Wichita, Kans...............
265 State National Bank, Vernon, T ex.......
266 National Bank of Middletown, Pa........
267 First National Bank, Kearney, Nebr...

Capital.

Amount.

$32,250
5.000
4.000

64.5
10.0
4.0

10,000
19,362

10.0
19.3

4,000

50.000

50.000
50.000
50.000

104.0
416.3
203.4
48.8
280:9

16,500
23.000
26.000
69, 750

50.000

99.0
72.0
15.0

260,000
1,249,000
183,053
122,250
140,500

100,000
100,000

8.0

49,500
180,000
11,250

33.0
23.0
26.0
133. 5

39,000

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

50.000
75.000
100,000
150.000
100.000
100,000
50.000
100,000
50.000
50.000
50.000
250,000
50.000

45. 0
196.9

72,682
44.000
54.000

100,000

78.0

27,500
196,992

17.0

6,000

8,135,000
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
29,1883
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

Per
cent.

5,428, 798

50.000
50.000
100,000
60.000
50.000

39, 738
190,100
100,000
35.000
4.000

200,000

66.000

50.000
50.000
200,000

32,500
15,750
8.000

100,000
100,000

$7,340
2,125

319,000
15,000

100,000

5,895

555,000
57,500
18,000
9,000

52.000

50.000
50.000
75.000
50.000
50.000
50.000

100,000

50.000

1,637,000

11,000

17,137

200,725
17,065
231,500
95,113

32,497 2,019,991

79.5
380.2
100.0

58.3
8.0
33.0
65.0
31.5
4.0
319.0
15.0
555.0
115.0
36.0
12.0
22.0
401.4
34.1
231.5
190.2

51

Failures.
Circulation
outstanding
at date of
failure.

Total deposits
at date of
suspension.

$11,250
11,250
22,500

$234,108.02
56,883.35
111,831.63
218,574.15
136,454.56
70,799.93
102,826.52
1,602,954.65

67,500

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

Lawful
money
deposited.
Capital.

Surplus.

Receiver
appointed.

Cause
of
failure.

j
J

1

s

$50,000
50,000
100,000
150,000
50,000
i

$6,064 June 27,1893
Q
3,000 ....... do............
Y
1,000
Y
July 1,1893
Y
July 8,1893
Y
15,000 July 10,1893
o
;
o
Vo
7,500 July 12,1893
Y
July 14,1893
Y
10,000 July 20,1893
Y
July 21,1893
T
10,000 July 22,1893
Y
50,000 July 24,1893
Y
8,470 July 26,1893 . V
July 29,1893
Y
7,000 ....... do............
Y
100,000 Aug. 2,1893
Y
60,000 Aug. 3,1893
B
Aug. 5,1893
W
95,000 ....... do............
Y
22^000 ....... do............
SiO O Aug. 7,1893
O
O

o

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

$11,250
11,250
22,500
1
o

21,700
21,880
11,250
10,750
45,000
55,300
16,370
22,500
21.800
8,230
57,212
33,250
10,765

647,257.73
28,391.21
126,246.76
115,519.77

205
206
207
208
209
210
211

212

213
214
215
216
217
218
219
220

1,497,762.08
236,632.37

221
222

326,835.14

223
224
225

60,000
75,000
100,000
175,000

3,782 Aug. 9,1893
10,000 ....... do............
20,000 Aug. 10,1893
38,000 Aug. 11,1893

O
0
Y
V

13,500
17,100
22,500
44,150

13,500
17,100
22,500
44,150

20,566.88
182,147.77
85,025.29
268,230.96

228
227
228
229

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.......... .
Aug. 14,1893
55,000 ....... do............
10,000 Aug. 17,1893
Aug. 22,1893
5,600 Aug. 26,1893
60,000 Sept. 2,1893
10,000 Sept. 14,1893
10,000 Sept. 23,1893
1,000 Sept. 30,1893
Oct. 3,1893
Oct. 5,1893
5,000 Oct. 11,1893
10,000 Oct. 16,1893
40,000 Oct. 24,1893
5,000 Oct. 25,1893

V
V
Y

22,500
11,250

22,500
11,250

61,730.34
29,915.06

Y
Y
Y
F
O
Y
V
O
Y
T
F
Y
Y

11,250
21,900
43,500
33,750
22,500
41,127
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
41,127
11,250
22,500
15,450
11,250
27,000
45,000
11,250

40,040.54
99,662.47
337,813.82
46,922.51

230
231
232
233
234
235
236
237
238
239
240
241
242
243
244
245
246

1,636,189

1,774,694

14,975,711.26

22,500
45,000
45,000
13,500
11,250
44,280
10,750
16,170
45,000
48,341
22,500
22,500
43,420
27,750
11,247
16,870
11,250
44,500
21,640
66,785
33,750

22,500
45,000
45,000
13,500
11,250
44,280
10,750
16,170
45,000
48,341
22,500
22,500
43,420
27,750
11,247
16,870
11,250
44,500
21,640
66,785
33,750

124,482.39
257,394.43
266,412.30
189,677.08
8,156.78
105,566.48
174,851.35
23,588.28
98,387.83
275,621.86
68,888.96
201,757.76
676,720.50
27,695.15
79,270.30
80,098.08
20,095.02
263,472.08
34,399.36
141,747.63
94,306.26

624,003

624,003

3,212,567.88

10,910,000

1,343,098

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

10,000
21,515
40,000
34,200
1,500
25,000
4,500

2,770,000

i

5,000
25,000
13,000
4,529
350,000
3,000
13,504
4,000
50,000
1,000
21,000
8,664
635,412




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 29,1894
July 6,1894
July 13,1894
Aug. 2,1894
....... do............
Aug. 14,1894
Sept. 5,1894
Sept. 24,1894
....... do............
Oct. 24,1894

Y
J
U

Y
V
U
z
G

Z
z
Q

F
F
Y
F
L
Y
E
V
I
Y

44.320.95
3?;944.41
108,852.55
215,924.23
230,978. 24
115,064.21
26,233.05
11,599.38

247
248
249
250
251
252
253
254
255
256
257
258
259
260
281
262
263
264
265
266
257

52
Total dividends ;
paid daring
existence as a
national banking
association.

Organization.
Name and location of bank.
Char­
ter
num­
ber.
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

Buffalo County N. B., Kearney, Nebr. 3526
First N. B., Johnson City, T en n .. ....... 3951
Citizens’ N. B., Madison, S. Dak........... 3151
Citizens’ N. B., Spokane Falls, Wash.1. 4005
Tacoma N. B., Tacoma, W a s h ............ 2924,
City National Bank, Quanah, T ex....... 4361
Central National Bank, Rome, N, Y ... 1376
First National Bank, Kedfield, S. Dak. 3398
North Platte N. B„North Platte,Nebr. 4024
Needles National Bank, Needles, C a l.. •4873
Nat. Broome Co. B.,Binghamton, N.Y. 1513
First N. B., San Bernardino, C al..---- - 3527
Dover National Bank, Dover, N. H _
_ 1043
Browne N. B., Spokane Falls, W ash... 4025
First N. B., Anacortes, Wash................ 4458
Iloldrege N. B., Holdrege, Nebr............ 3875
National Bank of Kansas City, Mo. . . . . 3489
First N. B., Texarkana, T ex................. 3065
First National Bank, Ravenna, N eb r.. 4043
City National Bank, Fort Worth, Tex. 2359
First National Bank, Dublin, Tex....... 4062
First National Bank, Ocala, F la-----: .. 3470
First-N. B., Willimantic, Conn.............. 2388
First N. B., Port Angeles, Wash.1. . ---- 4315
First N. B., Ida Grove, Iow a2............... 3930
First National Bank, Pella, Iowa.......... 1891
Merchants N. B., Seattle, Wash............ 2985
Union National Bank, Denver, Colo,.. 4382
Superior, N. B., West Superior, W is.. - 4680
Puget Sound N. B., Everett, Wash---- 4796
Keystone National Bank of Superior, 4399
Superior, Wis.
First N. B., South Bend, W ash............ 4467
State N ational B an k, Denver, CoZo.23. . . . 2694
Kearney N. B., Kearney, Nebr....... .
3201
First N. B., Wellington, K an s............. 2879
Columbia N. B., Tacoma, Wash............ 4623

Date.

306
307
308
309
310
311
312
313
314
315
316

First National Bank, Orlando, Fla.1__
Bellingham Bay National Bank, New
Whatcom, Wash.
Chattahoochee N. B., Columbus, G a ...
German N. B., Lincoln, Nebr................
Fort Stanwix N. B., Rome, N. Y .........
Farmers N. B., Portsmouth, Ohio........
Humboldt First National Bank, Hum­
boldt, Kans.
Grand Forks National Bank, Grand
Forks, N. Dak.
First N. B., Bedford City, Va................
National Bank of Jefferson, Tex............
Sumner N. B., Wellington, K ans.........
First National Bank, Cheney, W ash...
Kittitas Valley National Bank, Ellensburg. Wash.
First N. B., Hillsborough, Ohio............

317
318 A m erican N . B ., D enver, Colo.*..................
319 First National Bank, Minot, N. Dak...
320 Yates County N. B., Penn Yan, N. Y.
321 First National Bank, Larned, K an s...
322 Citizens’ N. B., San Angelo, Tex---- ...
323 Sioux National Bank, Sioux City, Iowa.
324 American N. B^ New Orleans, L a .. . . .
325 First National Bank, Helena, Mont---326 Bennett N. B., New Whatcom, Wash..
327 First National Bank, Springville, N. Y .
328 First N. B., Mount Pleasant, Mich.......
First National Bank, Ithaca, Mich.......
329
330 City National Bank, Tyler, Tex............
Total................................................

 1Second failure.


Sur­
plus.

Amount.

Per
cent.

July 3,1886 $100,000
50,000
Dec. 24,1888
50,000
Apr. 10,1884
150,000
Apr. 8,1889
50,000
Apr. 13,1883
100,000
July 9,1890
100,000
July 1,1865
50,000
Oct. 2,1885
75,000
May 4,1889
50,000
Mar. 6,1893
100,000 $20,000
Aug. 9,1865
100,000
July 3,1886
100,000
Apr. 22,1865
150,000
May 4,1889
50,000
Nov. 6,1890
50,000
Apr. 26,1888
Apr. 13,1886 1,000,000 15,000
50,000
Oct. 26,1883
50,000
May 22,1889
50,000
May 28,1877
500
50,000
July 1,1889
'
Mar. 16,1886
50,000 - V
June 20,1878
100,000
50,000
May 19,1890
100,000
Oct. 10,1888
50,000
Oct. 14,1871
50,000
June 23,1883
July 30,1890 1,000,000:
Jan. 13,1892 '200,000
50,000
Sept. 23,1892
Aug. 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

188,914
65,875
241,000
6,000

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

Nov.
May
June
Feb.
Sept.

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

15,1890
16,1S82
5,1884
13,1883
2,1891

4,795,000

35,500 3,206,034

Mar. 16,1886
Feb. 7,1889

50,000
60,000

27,500
2,400

1630 Jan. 22,1866
3571 Oct. 16,1886
1410 July 8,1865
1088 Apr. 29,1865
3807 Nov. 1,1887

100,000
100,000
150,000
250,000
60,000

279,000
33,832
54,250 . 603,000
547,500
15,600

279.0
33.8
402.0
219.0
26.0

50,000

61,200

122.4
38.0
19.5
44.3
6.0
10.0
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

Total................................................
304
305

Capital.

3469
3976

3301

Feb.

6,1885

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

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
July

7,1865
13,1889
13,1889
30,1878
27,1882
5,1891
9,1881
14,1889
5,1866
4,1889
26,1883
8,1884
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

2,445,000

54,250 3,151,553

.........

2Formerly in voluntary liquidation.

55.0.
4.0

Failures.

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

Receiver
appointed.

Cause
of
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
....... d o .------ Apr. 22,1895

Y
Q
G

$22,500
11,250
11,250
33,050
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

$83,628.24
88,804.32
62,547.66 144,385.65
116,603.18
91,577.17
459,480.16
88,459.21
85,218.92
6,455.68
452,820.43
162,384.27
170,022.09
54,942.19
11,995.30
30,140.56
874,050.69
33,565.55
24,159-26
^86,892.79
1,697.89
277,051.39
238,724.81
11,098.24
6,200.00
58,805.60
230,979.96
908,336.26
91,057.88
52,277.23
176,559.08

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

11,250

11,250

65,967.54

22,500
11,250
45,000

22,500
11,250
45,000

82,142.64
49,518.53
194,584.43

299
300
301
302
303

23,1895
26,1895
4,1895
5,1895
19,1895
2,1895
6,1895
7,1895
15,1895

Aug.
Aug.
Sept.
Oct.
Oct.

17,1895
24,1895
19,1895
25,1895
30,1895

I
E
Y
V
Q

963,752

963, 752

5,973,134.80

Nov. 29,1895
Dec. 5,1895

E
Y

33, 750
13,050

33, 750
13,050

116,154.26
75,608.41

304
305

35,000 Dec. 7,1895
Dec. 19,1895
30,000 Feb. 8,1896
50,000 ....... do........ .
3,487 Feb. 15,1896

Y
Y
Z
T
W

22,500
21,900
135,000
45,000
13,000

22,500
21,900
135,000
45,000
13,000

144,557.58
55,226.43
559,745.49
286,777.93
44,377.40

306
307
308
309
310

4,500
45,000
7,450
25,000
20,000
1,050
25,000
65,000
2,500
22,000

5,235,020

534,767

85,000
60,000

1,500
40,000

100,000

$22,500
11,250
11,250
33,050
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

Total deposits
at date of
suspension.

Apr.
Anr.
June
June
June
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

20,000
57,000
20,000
3,000
1,500
5,000

20,000
32,500
12,000

150,000
250,000
60,000

Circulation
outstanding
at date of
failure.

Y
E
Z
Z
F
Y
Q
Z
G
Z
V
V
U
E
N
Y
V
V
Q
F
G
E
R
V
E
W
Q
V

50,000
300,000
100,000
50,000
350,000

100,000

Lawful
money
deposited.

1,000

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

3,805,000

581,220

1,000

7,000
5,000
30,000
100,000
25,000
10,000
10,000
7,200




Apr. 28,1896

G

46,150

46,150

349,887.09

311

May
June
June
June
July

2,1896
24,1896
26,1896
27,1896
18,1896

V

11,250
22,500
22,500
11,250
11,250

11,250
22,500
22,500
11,250
11,250

66,659.88
162,479.53
50,764.33
13,632.65
27,438.82

312
313
314
315
316

July
July
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Sept.

22,1896
25,1896
12,1896
17,1896
26,1896
9,1896

22,150

22,150

232,195.52

Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

10,1896
11,1896
19,1896
3,1896
7,1896
14,1896
17,1896

X
Y
F
V
U
V
V
O
Y
V
G
X
w
w

11,250
11,700
11,250
22,100
44,100
44,300
45,000
11,250
18,000
11,250
11,250
22,495

11,250
11,700
11,250
22,100
44,100
44,300
45,000
11,250
18,000
11,250
11,250
22,495

695,195 |

695,195 |

E
X
Y
V

317
318
59,944.87 319
120,514.73 320
58,773.95 321
39,278.08 322
555,898.07 323
538,939.07 324
3,161,115.90 325
66,890.97 326
169,528.51 327
57,032.30 328
70,925.94 329
103,308.58 330
7,187,656.29

Total dividends
paid during
existence as a
national banking
association.

Organization.
Nam© and location of bank.
Char­
ter
num­
ber.
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

First National Bank* Garnett, K an s.. .
First National Bank, Eddy, N. M ex...
Second National Bank, Rockford, 111...
Marin© National Bank, Duluth, Minn..
First National Bank, Decorah, Io w a ...
MissouriN. B., KansasCity?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,Midi.1. .
Second N. B., Grand Forks, N. D ak ...
F irst N . B ., Sioux d t p , Iowa 2....................

2973
4455
482
4421
493
4494
637
3651
4899
1867
2944
3504
1757
3602
3714
3580
4739
2843
2276
2062
1898
3815
4584
3024
738
3048
868
2476
4332
2795
3534
4732
2732
3342
535
4843

Citizens’ N. B., Fargo, N. Dak..............
Merchants’ N. B., Devils Lake, N. Dak.
First National Bank, Alma, Nebr.........
Columbia N. B., Minneapolis, Minn---Dakota N*B., Sioux Falls, S. Dak.......
First National Bank, Newport, K y----German N. B., Louisville, K y...............
MutualN. B., New Orleans, La............
Merchants’ National Bank, Ocala, Fla.
Moscow N. B., Moscow, Idaho..............
First National Bank, Olympia, W ash..
First National Bank, Franklin. O hio...
First National Bank, Griswold, Iow a..
National Bank of Potsdam, N. Y ..........
Northwestern N. B., Great Falls,Mont.
Merchants’ N. B., Jacksonville, F la---Union N. B., Minneapolis, Minn...........
The Dalles N. B., The Dalles. Oreg---City National Bank, Gatesviile, T e x ...
Merchants’ N. B., Helena, Mont...........
First National Bank, Orleans, Nebr---Keystone National Bank, Erie, Pa.......
Merchants’ and Miners’ National Bank,
Phillipsburg, Mont.
367 First National Bank, Asheville, N. C.. . 3418
368 First N. B., Benton Harbor, Mich........ 4261

Date.

June 11,1883
Oct. 31,1890
July 13,1864
Sept. 23,1890
Aug. 6,1864
Dec. 30,1880
Dec. 20,1864
Mar. 21,1887
Apr. 18,1893
, Aug. 29,1871
May 9,1883
May 17,1886
Dec. 28,1870
Dec. 14,1886
May 24,1887
Oct. 28,1886
May 13,1892
Dec. 19,1882
June 15,1875
Nov. 5,1872
Nov. 10,1871
Nov. 21,1887
June 17,1891
Aug. 11,1883
Jan. 23,1865
Sept. 15,1883
Mar. 7,1865
May 14,1880
June 2,1890
Oct. 12,1882
July 16,1886
Apr. 23,1892
June 14,1882
May 19,1885
Oct. 19,1864
Feb. 1,1893

N ortham pton, M ass.2

375




1 0 0 ,0 0 0

500,000
100,000
55,000
100,000
100,000
50,000
50,000
200,000
50,000
100,000
237,700
300,000
50,000
75,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
100,000
250,000
50,000
50,000
150,000
50,000
150,000
50,000

1,000
1,143

3,000

2,500
500
1,343
500

Per
cent.

$71,500

143.0

636,458 1,272.9
14,000
5.6
254,611
530.0
75,000
33.9
332,500
66s! 0
83,000
83.0
6,000
6.0
1,877,500
375. 5
47,500
4 ."5
7
33,550
61.0
161,000
161.0
60,000
60.0
41,750
83.5
31,534
63.1
24,000
12.0
23,000
46.0
288,000
288.0
402,400
169.3
165. 8
497,500
25,500
51.0
18,000
24.0
88,000
176.0
259,000
518.0
53,500
107.0
523,670 1,047.3
177,500 355.0
60,000
60.0
317,500
127.0
10,500
288,500
39,337
531,034
1 0 ,0 0 0

50,000
17,500

33.0
152.3
78.7
354.0
20.0

17,456 7,436,344

July

3438 Jan.
3723 June
3795 Sept.
2854 Jan.
418 Apr.
Dec.

7,1887

50,000

20,1886
14,1887
30,1887
9,1883
6,1864

50,000
250,000
100,000
50,000
50,000

7,1881

12,000

50.0
35.0
24.0

53,000
106.0
60.0
150,000
47.5
47,500
49,500
99.0
571,500 1,143. 0

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

100,000

190,000

650,000

Total.............................................. .

Total................................................

$50,000
50,000
50,QG0 $2,470
250,000 5,000
75,000
250,000
50,000
100,000

Amount.

4,192,700
3747

State N. B., Logansport, Ind.1............... 2596

376 First N. B., New Lisbon, Ohio..............
377 First National Bank, Carthage, N. Y . .
378 First National Bank, Neligh, Nebr.......
379 First National Bank, Flushing, O hio...
380 First National Bank, Emporia, K a n s..
381 First National Bank, Cordele, Ga.........
382 Cochecho National Bank, Dover, N. H.
383 Citizens’ National Bank, Niles, Mich..
384 Atchison N. B., Atchison, Kans...........
385 First National Bank, Penn Yan, N. Y .
-3__
386 First N. B., Arkansas City, Kans.1
387 First N. B., McPherson, Kans.1............

Sur­
plus.

Dec. 4,1885
100,000
May 15,1890 ; 50,000

Total................................................
Sault Ste. Marie National Bank, Sault
Ste. Marie, Mich.
370 First National Bank, Pembina, N. Dak.
371 Chestnut St. N. B., Philadelphia, Pa...
372 National Bank of Paola, Kans...............
373 First National Bank, Larimore, N. Dak.
374 H am pshire County N ation al B a n k ,

369

Capital.

1,073,500

190.0

50,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
70,000
50,000
50,000
50,000

77,250
93,473
20,411
20,250
194,000
7,500
233,000
91,000
. 76,500
154,054

154.5
186.9
40.8
40.5
388.0
15.0
233.0
182. 0
100.3
308.1

50,250

100.5

670,000

1,017,688

55

Failures.
Circulation
outstanding
at date of
failure.

Total deposits
at date of
suspension.

$11,700
10,900
49,099
45,000
17,320
45,000
37.602
44,997
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
22,197
16,875
21,800
22,200
10,887
44,995
42,870
22,100
43,947
10,750
11,020
47,940
11,247
51,071
11,250

$68,256.00
51,073. 22
270,610.72
194,544.41
233,970. 31
1,241,417.31
328,487.71
250,770. 38
104,114.31
11,458,670.30
26,052.52
112,386.51

G
F
Z

$11,700
10,900
49,099
45,000
17,320
45,000
37,602
44,997
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
22,197
16,875
21,800
22,200
10,887
44,995
42,870
22,100
43,947
10,750
11,020
47,940
11,247
51,071
11,250

Aug. 23,1897
Sept. 21,1897

N
K

22,500
11,250

22,500
11,250

98,282.03
87,039.96

1,174,267

1,219,267

19,593,723.97

Dec. 10,1897

U

22,000

22,000

638.83

369

19,1898
29,1898
1,1898
26,1898
23,1898

W
T
W
G
A

10,700
42,890
17,560
10,750
90,000

10,700
42,890
17,560
10,750
145,905

94,619.76
2,219, &30.09
6,026.87
54,156.21
485,470.21

370
371
372
373
374

E

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

Surplus.

Receiver
appointed.

$10,000

Nov. 9,1896
10, ootf Nov. 10,1896
52,000 ....... do............
1,000 Nov. 11,1896
15,000 Nov. 24,1896
15,000 Dec. 3,1896
60,000 Dec. 10,1896
40,000 Dec. 17,1896
3,000 Dec. 18,1896
1,000,060 Dec. 21,1896
18.000 Dec. 31,1896
Jan. 7,1897
40,000 ....... do............
35,000 ....... do............
Jan. 11,1897
3,297 Jan. 12,1897
Jan. 14,1897
50,000 Jan. 20,1897
75,000 Jan. 21,1897
30.000 Jan. 22,1897
Jan. 27,1897
Feb. 3,1897
30,000 Feb. 4,1897
20,000 Feb. 17,1897
10,000 ....... d o.... . . . .
10,000 ........d a .............
30,000 Mar. 2,1897
35,000 Mar. 6,1897
12,000 Mar. 17,1897
Mar. 20,1897
May 7,1897
1,500 May 29,1897
70,000 June 2,1897
1,800 June 5,1897
10,000 July 26,1897
2,500 July 28,1897

100,000

20,000

5,851,500

Cause
of
failure.
Y

J
Y
Y
L

Y
H
G
W

Y
N

Y
V
U
Q
V
X

T

N

Y
S
H

F

V

F
S

z
I
V
Cr
V

Y

1,716,118

50,000

6,021

100,000

50,000

Jan.
Jan.
Feb.
Feb.
May

200,000

55,000

Sept. 27,1898

1,200,000

265,485

50,000
500,000

5o;ooo

50,000
250,000

50,000
100,000
50,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
150.000
50,000
50,000
50,000

100,000
50,000

850,000

7,985
150,000
2.500

160,041
3 Second failure.

29,110
278,915

11,250
21, 640
10,750
11,250
22,500
11,250
33,750
20,653
45,000
11,200
22,500
16,870

11,250
21,640
10,750
11,250
22.500
11,250
33,750
20,653
45,000
11,200
22,500
16,870

35,682.83
215,021.54
112,516.04
62,675.21
471,401.08
4,877.16
90,620.93
132,873.64
169,453.38
82,719.60

238,613

1.377,841.41

367
368

2,860,741.97

238,613

Z
A
Z
V
N
M
T
N
F
J
E
M

29,110
223,010

1,541 Nov. 3,1898
5,000 Nov. 4,1898
3,000 ....... do............
1,000 Nov. 5,1898
100,000 Nov. 16,1898
6,000 Mar. 4,1899
3,000 June 6,1899
10,000 July 8,1899
10,000 Sept. 5,1899
15,000 Sept. 18,1899
Oct. 19,1899
5,500 Oct. 28,1899




331
332
333
334
335
336
337
338
339
340
341
342
343
270,313.28 344
42,850. 82 345
50,649.03 346
210,988.87 347
182,863.99 348
388,415.78 349
318,437.62 350
101,860.18 351
113,780.59 352
67,308.44 353
85,493.54 354
56,946. 85 355
40,542.18 356
313,437.90 357
679,050. 04 358
156,204. 87 359
287,725.32 360
154,370.62 361
18,405. 24 362
1,022,962.58 363
32,127.58 364
428,801.22 365
44,511.74 366

375

376
377
378
379
380
381
382
383
384
385
386
387

0(3

Total dividends
paid during
existence as a
national banking
association.

Organization.
Name and location of bank.
Char­
ter
num­
ber.
388
389
390
391
392
393

Broadway N. B., Boston, Mass............. 551
People’s National Bank, Denver, Colo.1. 4084
Globe National Bank, Boston, Mass__ 936
Merchants’ N. B., Rutland, Vt.
3311
Somerset N. Bkg. Co^, Somerset, Ky.2 5468
South Danvers N. B., Peabody, Mass., 958

Date.

Oct.
July
Mar.
Feb.
June
Mar.

American N. B., Baltimore, Md..........
First N. B., White Pigeon, Mich.........
First National Bank, Niles, Mich........
Farmers N. B., Vergennes, V t..............
Le Mars N. B., Le Mars, Iowa.............
First N. B.,, Vancouver, Wash.............
Pynchon N. B., Springfield, Mass.......
Seventh N . B ., N ew Y o rk , N . Y 3.........

City National Bank, Buffalo, N. Y _
_
F irst N ational B a n k , A u stin , Tex .3 ____

Eufaula National Bank, Euiaula, Ala.

First National Bank, Belmont, Ohio.
Hancock N. B., Boston, Mass.1.......... .

Central National Bank, Boston, M ass..
National Bank of South Pennsylvania,
Hyndman, Pa.
First N. B., Asbury Park, N. J .............
First N. B. of Fla., Jacksonville, F la ...
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...........

409
410
411
412
413
414
415
416 B olivar N ation al B a n k , B olivar, P a .3—
417 Federal N ational B a n k , Pittsburgh, P a .3.
418 F irst N ational B a n k , A llegheny, P a .3. . .

269.0

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
16.500
269,000
51.500
99,000
102,137
633,353
626,000
6,000
238,200
163,510

4864
1442

Mar. 18,1893
July 15,1865

50,000
600,000

21,500
795,000

650,000

816,500

2103
4063

Apr. 30,1873
July 2,1889

500.000
50.000

685,000
1,500

137.0
3.0

3451
2174
660
4535
5841
4269
2264
6135
6023
198

Feb.
Aug.
Dec.
Mar.
May
Mar.
May
Feb.
Nov.
Jan.

50.000
4,1886
50.000
24.1874
100.000
29.1864
50.000
19,1891
100,000
31.1901
50.000
22,1890
100,000
17.1875
30.000
24.1902
16,1901 1,000,000
200,000
14.1864

81,000
89,500
504,250
30,000

162.0
179.0
504.2
60.0

45,000
129,500
900
60,000
20,000 1,283,000

90.0
129.5
3.0
6.0
641.5

2,280,000

51,822 2,909,650

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

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

5735 Mar.
4705 Mar.
1617 Dec.
5839 May
6164 Mar.
4986 Feb.
1629 Jan.
4943 Mar.
4273 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

10,1891
3,1891
3,1871
29,1880
13,1882
15,1883
7,1865
11,1865
26,1899
17,1873
30,1875

70.0
33.0
269.0
103.0
99.0
204.2
422.2
125.2
4.0
238.2
327.0

1,550,000 202,266 2,275,200

Total...............................................
1 Former]/ in voluntary liquidation.




262.5
88.0
205.5
158.0

Feb.
Mar.
Jan.
Apr.
Nov.
Aug.
Apr.
Apr.
Jan.
July
Nov.

Total.
419 First National Bank, Victor, Colo.......
420 Farmers’ N. B., Henrietta, Tex...........
421 Indiana National Bank, Elkhart, Ind.
422 First N. B., Storm Lake, Iowa............
423 Citizens’ N. B., McGregor, T ex............
424 Equitable N. B., New York, N. Y ___
425 American Ex. N. B., Syracuse, N. Y ..
426 First National Bank, Matthews, In d ..
427 Gabon National Bank, Gabon, O hio..
428 First National Bank, Billings, Okla.1..
429 Orange Growers’ National Bank, Riv­
erside, Cal.
430 National Bank of Holdenville, Ind. T .
431 Capitol National Bank, Guthrie, Okla.
432 First National Bank, Macon, Ga......... .
433 First National Bank, Cape May, N. J ..
434 Elk City N. B., Elk City, Okla.............
435 Medina National Bank, Medina, N . Y ...
436 First National Bank, Grinnell, Iow a...
437 People’s National Bank, Swanton, Vt..
438 First National Bank, Claysville, Pa —

Per
cent.

4518
4527
1761
2475
2818
3031
987
998
5174
2118
2309

Total..
407
408

Amount.

1,550,000 324,999 3,063,316

Total..
405
406

Sur­
plus.

$654 $393,816
25,1864 $150,000
150,000
132,000
30,1889
25,1865 1,000,000 287,304 2,055,000
50.000
25,1885
79,000
50.000
29,1900
150,000 37,041
31,1865
403,500

Total.
394
395
396
397
398
399
400
401
402
403
404

Capital.

1,310,000

600
29,000
2,222

40.3
132.5

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

16,575 1,241,333
2 No circulation.

57

Failures.
Lawful
money
deposited.
Capital.

$200,000

300.000
1,000,000
100.000

Surplus.

$175,000
120,000

500

50,000
150,000

66,000

1,800,000

50.000

Dec.
Dec.
Dec.
Mar.
Aug.
Sept.

16,1899
20,1899
21.1899
26,1900
17,1900
19,1900

Cause
of
failure.
M
X
0

50.000
100,000

60.000

10.000

20,000
6,000

100,000

50,000
200,000

500.000
300.000
100.000
100,000

4,000
100,000
150.000
150.000
2,500

1,760,000

10,000

$104,092
45.000
863,785
22.000

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

50,000

50,000

$2,134.802.44
475.950.97
3,015,233.54
342,429.28
114,944.26
256,786.93

1,084,877

6,340,147.42

97,800
50.000
99.000
20.000
23,900
12,500
111,465

97,800
50.000
99.000
20.000
23,900
12,500
111,465

326,731.43
51,615.79
388,442. 73
60,875.31
125,203. 56
226,889.72
1,095,862.17

297,750

297,750

3,882,832.96

25,000

25,000

114,882.23

737,415

Dec.
Dec.
Mar.
Apr.
Apr.
Apr.
June
June
June
Aug.
Oct.

1

492,500

50,000
400,000

$104,092
45.000
863,785
22.000

Total deposits
at date of
suspension.

1,084,877

z

u

361,500

200,000

Receiver
appointed.

Circulation
outstanding
at date of
failure.

737,415

6,273,335.90

49,500
60,400

223,009.73

Feb. 25,1902
Apr. 4,1902

V

z

49,500
60,400

450,000

10,000

109,900

109,900

500.000
50.000

100,000
10,000

Nov. 13,1902
Dec. 16,1902

F
T

395,900
12.500

395,900
12.500

60,000

Feb. 13,1903
Mar. 14,1903
Mav 19,1903
Aug. 14,1903
Aug. 20,1903
Aug. 22,1903
Oct. 1,1903
___ do............
Oct. 21,1903
Oct. 22,1903

Q
F
Z

25.000
49,100
100,000
12.500
25.000
12.500
98,070
10.000

25.000
49.100
100,000
12.500
25.000
12.500
98,070
10.000
696,500
99.100

740,570

1,536,170

388
389
390
391
392
393

394
395
396
397
398
399
400
401
402
403
404

405
406

4,415,127. 22

100.000

50.000

100,000

50.000
100,000
50.000

100,000

10,000

40.000
20.000

10,000
10,000
13,500

30.000
2,000,000
350,000

400.000

3,480,000

774,500

50,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
25.000

10,000
20,000

z

L
L
I
G
AA
AA

1,000
100.000

3,000
8.500
1.500

200,000

200,000

25.000
60.000
25.000

100,000

4,250
40,000
16,000

50.000
100,000
200,000

20,000

100,000

20,000

25.000
25.000
50.000
50.000
50,000

1,535,000

65,000
5.000
7.000
314
16,000

243,787.03
240,164.79
80,846.86
317,597. 43
259,675.76
80,085. 76
265,425. 02
104,016. 78
’

409
410
411
412
413
414
415
416
i 417
418

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
U
G
I
Z
u

48,750
12,497
24)547
49,997
25.000
49,350
200,000
12.500
60.000
6,500
24,400

253,630. 65
99,295. 69
632,017.48
166,722. 60
76,813.86
207,922.09
298,677.31
54,372.92
323,556.02

z

48,750
12,497
24,547
49,997
25.000
49,350
200,000
12.500
60.000
6,500
24,400

354,544.88

419
420
421
422
423
424
425
426
427
428
429

.......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

50.000
98,700
197,000
6,000
6,250
12.500
25.000
60.000
49,300

129,481.77
851,516.19
630,648. 69
43,079.97
13,897.43
330,216. 27
326,557.91
126,034.74
199,032.52

430
431
432
433
434
435
436
437
438

1,008,291

1,008,291

5,118,018.99

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Jan.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Mar.

236,564

85479°— cur 1918— vol



223,009.73
2,780,495. 78 407
43,032.01 408

58

Total dividends
paid during
existence as a
national banking
association.

Organization.
Name and location of bank.
Char­
ter
num­
ber
439
440
441
442
443
444
445
446
447
448
449
450
451
452
453
4o4
455
456
457
458
459
460

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, O hio..
First National Bank, Faribault, Minn..
American National Bank, Abilene, Tex.
First National Bank, Nederland, T ex..
First National Bank, Cornwall, N. Y ..
First National Bank, Lexington, Okla.
First National Bank, Barberton, Ohio..
First National Bank, Ladysmith, W is..
Fredonia N. B., Freaonia, N, Y ............
Vigo County N. B., Terre Haute, In d ..
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, Orrville, Ohio_
_
Peoria National Bank, Peoria, 111.........
Enterprise N. B., Allegheny, Pa............

461
462
463
464
465
466

Farmers’ N. B., Kingfisher, 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.

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
10.1883
2.1900
23.1902
14.1902
12.1883
4,1895

6702
7516
5840
5543
7951
5837

Mar.
Dec.
May
Aug.
Oct.
May

30,1903
16,1904
29,1901
17,1900
18,1905
28,1901

200,000

533
6405

Oct. 14,1864
Aug. 30,1902

300,000
50.000

Farmers & Drovers National Bank,
839
Waynesburg, Pa.
First National Bank, Scotland, S. Dak.. 7048
Fort Dallas National Bank,Miami, F la.. 6774
_
First National Bank, Dresden, Ohio_ 5144
F irst N . B . of the City of B rooklyn, N . Y . 1 923
Farmers & Merchants National Bank, 4892
Mount Pleasant, Pa.
First National Bank, Chariton, Iowa__ 1724

Feb. 25,1865

470
471
472
473
474
475




Per
cent.

$17,750
74.000
44.000
94,200
43,500
186,500

188.4
87.0
373.0

7,000

28.0

1,800

7.2
578.0
69.0
695.0
124.0

289,000

103.500
347.500
62,000
51,000
52,500
14,750
2,250
310.000
170.000

35.5
74.0
88.0

102.0
21.0

59.0
9.0
206.7
85.0

25.000
25.000

Nov.
May
Oct.
Mar.
Mar.

28,1903
6,1903
7,1898
21,1865
27,1893

Oct. 20,1870

5,000

20.0

10,000

841,500
17,000

280.5
34.0

680,000

Total................................................
476 First National Bank, Leetonia, Ohio...
477 Aurora National Bank, Aurora, Ind___
478 Woods N. B., San Antonio, Tex............
479 Hot Springs N. B., Hot Springs,S. Dak..
480 Fort Pitt N. B.,Pittsburgh, P a............
481 Jewelers National Bank, North Attle­
boro, Mass.
482 Peoples N. B., Franklinville, N. Y .........
483 National Bank of North America in
New York, N. Y.
484 New Amsterdam N. B.,New York,N.Y.
485 City National Bank. Greensboro, N .C ...
486 First National Bank, Bisbee, Ariz....... .
487 First National Bank, Clintonville, P a. . .
488 First National Bank, East Brady, P a ..
489 First National Bank, ManasquamN. J ..
499 First National Bank, Ramona, O kla...
491 Allegheny N. Bv Pittsburgh, Pa............
492 National Deposit Bank, Philadelphia,
Pa.
493 First N. B., Rock Creek, Ohio...............

$3,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
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

100,000

Amount.

1, o75,000 126,500 1,871,250

Total................................................
469

Sur­
plus.

$50,000

4641
4657
4002
2718
3492
1686
7028
6596
7344
5462
5230
5535
841
3929
2646
3465
4871
5250
6315
6379
2878
4991

Total................................................

467
468

Capital.

10,000

863,500

150.000

3,000

597,750

25.000
30.000
25.000

198.4

50.000

18.0
4,501
18.0
18,000
47.0
23.500
84,641 2,874,000 1,437.0
63.0
31.500

50.000

352,500

25.000
100.000

50.000

200,000

705.0

625,000 87,641 3,901,751
3519 June 10,1886
2963 May 26,1883
7316 June 25,1904
6339 July 14,1902
2415 Mar. 6,1879
7675 Mar. 31,1905

100,000
100,000
200,000
100,000

25,000

Apr. 3,1906
June 11,1891

25.000
700.000

187

8157
4581

5783 Apr. 18,1901
5168 Jan. 14,1899
7182 Mar. 22.1904
6948 Sept. 8,1903
5321 May 2,1900
3040 Sept. 3,1883
7251 May 11.1904
722 Jan. 16,1865
7929 Sept. 29.1905
7790 June 15,1905

25.000
200,000

102,200

5,000

76,600
36,000
42,127
633,500
2,500

102.2

76.6
18.0
168.5
316.8
2.5

1.887.000

269.6

250.000 250,000 1.495.000
53,000
100.000
50.000
3,750
25.000 3,000
25.000
7,500
50.000
144,500
25.000
6,250
500.000 115,640 1,600,000

594.0
53.0
11.0
30.0
289.0
25.0
320.0

200.000

50.000

3,000

6.0

Failures.
Lawful
money
deposited.
Capital.

Surplus.

$2,000
15,000
5,000
20,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
200

$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

1,200
198
50,000
50,000
92,000
33,000
18,000
90
3,000
800
40,000
200,000

2,035,000

Receiver
appointed.

Cause
of
failure.

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

V
Q
R

Total deposits
at date of
suspension.

Nov.
140 Nov.
25,000 Nov.
5,000 Mar.
500 Apr.
500 May

K

R
C
G
V

u
u

V
N
N
N
M
M
M
W
B
F
BB
Z

U

$12,500
100,000
12.500
50,000
12,500
50,000
75,000
7,000
5,950
12,000
50,000
6,250
50,000
37,500
298,350
50,000
100,000
212,600
12,500
6,250
200,000
150,000

$12,500
100,000
12,500
50,000
12,500
50,000
75,000
7,000
5,950
12,000
50,000
6,250
50,000
37,500
298,350
50,000
100,000
212,600
12,500
6,250
200,000
150,000

$122,863.41
355,304. 23
433,670. 07
402,844. 99
213,943.02
542,448.33
143,608. 05
4,847. 89
24,664. 33
17,182. 85
190,438.48
36,517. 37
583,938. 28
936,520.01
1,553,143.20
424,940.49
294,359.81
881,300.27
132,108.46
20,358.74
904,144.94
2,700,596.62

1,510,900

560,488

25,000
25,000
200,000
25,000
30,000
25,000

Circulation
outstanding
at date of
failure.

1,510,900

10,919,743.84

6,250
6,250
200,000
6,250
30,000
6,250

2,053.43
23,462.04
345,221.54
91,169.60
68,584.47
42,726.70

461
462
463
464
465
468
467
468

1,1905
24,1905
27,1905
27,1906
24,1906
2,1906

u
u
L
N

6,250
6,250
200,000
6,250
30,000
6,250

Aug. 17,1906
Sept. 20,1906

L
L

54,712
12,000

54,712
12,000

667,182.13
118,059.87

z

439
440
441
442
443
444
445
446
447
448
449
450
451
452
453
454
455
456
457
458
459
460

300,000
50,000

100,000
6,500

680,000

137,640

321,712

321,712

1,358,459.78

200,000

540,000

Dec. 12,1906

N

100,000

100,000

1,047,580.48

469

25,000
100,000
50,000
300,000
50,000

700
5,500
6,200
600,000
30,000

Feb. 4,1907
July 5,1907
Oct. 15,1907
Oct. 25,1907
Oct. 29,1907

N
N
K.
V
AA

15,000
51,300
48,900
38,900
24,200

15,000
51,300
48,900
300,000
24,200

97,346.49
558,424.73
215,815.32
561,660.25

470
471
472
473
474

50,000

30,000

Oct. 31,1907

Z

50,000

50,000

1,037,015.12

475

775,000

1,212,400

328,300

589,400

3,517,842.39

100,000
25,000
200,000
25,000
497,700
56,950

100,000
25,000
200,000
25,000
497,700
56,950

149,999.85
129,766.34
757,224.78
81,310.55
2,132,568.46
789,542.04

476
477
478
479
480
481

20,000
404,942

20,000
404,942

55,579.56
3,773,543.00

482
483

U

148,700
100,000
50,000
15,000
25,000
50,000
6,500
198,343
200,000

148,700
100,000
50,000
15,000
25,000
50,000
6,500
198,343
200,000

2,519,261.67
363,718.99
183,190.88
164,445.42
285,196.04
426,408.49
3,691.57
2,428,399.85
531,360.74

484
485
486
487
488
489
490
491
492

I

50,000

50,000

98,902.88

493

100,000
50,000
200,000
25,000
1,000,000
100,000

7,500 Nov. 4,1907
7,400 ....... do............
12,000 Nov. 9,1907
5,000 Nov. 27,1907
1,000,000 Dec. 7,1907
25,000 Dec. 20,1907

Z

M
U
F
Y
Z

25,000
2,000,000

500,000

Jan. 13,1908
Jan. 27,1908

N

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 ....... do............
700,000 May 18,1908
200,000 July 14,1908

E

50,000

5,650




July 20,1908

E

F

Q

L
Z
T
A
Z

Total dividend^
paid during j
existence as a j
national bankinjg
association. '

Organization.
Name and location of bank.
Char­
ter
num­
ber.
First National Bank, Friendly, W. Va..
First National Bank, Niles, Ohio.........
Cosmopolitan N. B., Pittsburgh, P a ___
Farmers and Traders’ National Bank,
La Grande, Oreg.
_
498 U n io n N a t io n a l B a n k ,S o m e r v ille , P a . ' _
499 First National Bank, Carroll, Iowa.......

494
495
496
497

Pate.

First National Bank, Fort Scott, Kans..
First National Bank. Rugby, N. P a k ...
Coal Belt National Bank, Benton, 111...
Union National Bank, Oakland, Cal---Lititz National Bank, Lititz, P a ......... .
First National Bank, Ironwood, Mich..
First National Bank, Savoy, Tex---F i r s t N a t io n a l B a n k , B u r n s id e , K y . 1 _
_
First National Bank,Mineral Point, Wis.

510
511
512
513
514

$25,000
50.000
60.000

$6,750
212,750
82,500
45,000

27.0
425.5

120,000

6739
3969

Apr. 23,1903
Jan. 25,1889

50.000
50.000

6,500
150,000

13.0
300.0

1763
6341
8234
2266
2452
3971
7645
8903
3203

Jan.
July
May
May
Feb.
Jan.
Mar.
Oct.
June

516
517

50.000
25.000
38,500
100,000
70.000
50.000
25.000
25.000
50.000
433,500

Pec. 23,1895

100.000

8686

4472

Jan. 31,1865
May 14,1907
Nov. 22,1890

3097
7751

Pec. 27,1883
May 19,1905

75.000
25.000

Mount Vernon National Bank, Mount 8516
Vernon, N. Y.
First National Bank, Salmon, Idaho... 8080
First National Bank, Texico, N. Mex.2., 8173

Pec. 11,1906
Jan. 13,1906
Mar. 18,1906

io*666'
" 2 ,m

441.0
211.7
104.0
30.0
310.0

204,000
11,059

58.3

434,388

434.3
....... i..

5,500

1,369
390

321,350
7,250

13,351

972,488

200,000

19,549

16,000

8.0

5,000
2,500

20.0
10.0

250,000
7584 Jan. 30.1905
7552 Jan. 11.1905
151 Pec. 11,1863
8459 Pec. £, 1906
3044 Sept. 12,1883
9288 Pec. 9,1908
7169 Mar. 15,1904

750,000
50.000
60.000
50.000
50.000
25.000
25.000
1,060,000

3,1883
9,1864
6,1864
13,1864
7,1904
10,1892

Total..

225.000
50.000
325.000
300.000
25.000
200.000

11.0

428. (
4
29.0

19,549

23,500
5,000

10.0

29,693

292,500
21,250
370,900

39.0
618.2

92,000

184.0

50.000

Total..




441,000
148,225
52,000
7,500

**'533

May 16,1898

5121

Atlantic N. B., Providence, R. I ........... 2913 Apr.
First National Bank, Oneonta, N. Y .2.. 420 May
First National Bank, Norwich, Conn... 458 June
F irs t-S e c o n d N . B . , P it ts b u r g h , Pa.1----252 Feb.
First National Bank, La Fayette, G a .. 7247 May
Traders National Bank, Lowell, Mass.. 4753 June

First National Bank, Sutton, Nebr.......
Mesa County National Bank, Grand
Junction, Colo.
534 First National Bank, Clifton, Colo........
535 Yates Center N. B., Yates Center, Kans.
536 First National Bank, Bayonne, N. J . ..
_
537 First National Bank, Elizabeth, P a_
538 American N. B., Caldwell, Idaho..........

741.9
50.0

650,000

Total..

532
533

50.000
50.000

370,938
12,500

13,500 1,187,163

25.000
25.000

Washington National Bank, Washing­
ton, N. J.
519 Union National Bank, Columbus, Ohio.
520 Albion National Bank, Albion, Mich...
521 First National Bank, New Berlin, N. Y.
522 First National Bank, Ambridge, P a ....
523 Second National Bank, Clarion, Pa.......
524 First National Bank,Rowlesburg,W.Va.
525 First National Bank, New Roads, L a ..

75.0

155,000

1,000

350.000

770

518

526
527
528
529
530
531

$2,500

68.8

3,080,000 401,327 6,596,427
10,1871
17,1902
25,1906
20,1875
2,1880
31,1889
16,1905
2,1907
10,1884

Total..
515

Per
cent.

15,1901
28,1889
21,1902
29,1890

5029

Merchants and Manufacturers National
Bank, Columbus, Ohio.2
National City Bank, Cambridge, Mass..
First National Bank, Rhyolite, N ev_
_
Middleport National Bank, Middleport,
Ohio.2
First National Bank, Billings, Mont....
National Bank of Beattyville, Ky.........

Amount.

May
Pec.
Apr.
Oct.

Total..
509

Sur­
plus.

5814
4190
6216
4452

Total.
500
501
502
503
504
505
506
507
508

Capital.

10,000

108

39,801

20.0

781,650

306.000
136.0
183,900
367.8
1,312,500
403.9
800 4,167,000 1,389.0
25,250
101.0
245.000
122.5

1,125,000
3240 Aug. 25,1884
7766 May 31,1905
9875
6326
8454
5114
9333

Oct. 20,1910
July 1,1902
Pec. 5,1906
Mar. 19,1898
Feb. 2,1909

800 6,239,650

50.000
100,000

46,750

93.5

86,000

86.0

25.000
25.000
100,000: 27,550
50.000
25.000

85,050
32.500
30.500
12.500

340.2
32.5
61.0
50.0

Failures.
Lawful
money
deposited.
Capital.

Surplus.

$25,000
300,000
500,000
60,000

$3,000
125,000
100,000
2,000

50,000
100,000

10,000

6,560,000

Receiver
appointed.

July
Sept.
Sept.
Oct.

Cause
of
failure.

3,056,950

Circulation
outstanding
at date of
failure.

Total deposits
at date of :
suspension.

25,1908
3,1908
5,1908
13,1908

Z
U
L
Z

$25,000
286,800
483,600
15,000

$25,000
286,800
483,600
15,000

$49,905.90
547,286.37
755,953.84
209,222.62

494
495
496
497

Oct. 16,1908
Oct. 21^ 1908

F
Z

85,000

30,000
85,000

531,819.87

498
499

3,068,535

3,098,535

16,968,299.71

100,000
25,000
38,500
300,000
105,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
ioo;ooo

25,000 Nov. 20,1908
5,000 Jan. 4,1909
2,500 Feb. 9,1909
100,000 Apr. 14,1909
21,000 Apr. 19,1909
20,000 June 21,1909
2,402 June 30,1909
250 Sept. 19,1909
20,000 Oct. 12,1909

Q

99,997
6,250
9,500
146,500
39,200
12,500
12,500

768,500

196,152

500,000

200,000

Feb. 16,1910

CC

100,000
50, 000
50,000

32,500
2,250

Feb. 23,1910
Mar. 23,1910
May 9,1910

150,000
25,000

50,000
2,000

25,000

99,997
6,250
9,500
146,500
40,000
12,500
12,500
6,250
25,000

351,447

358,497

418,163.16

509

DD
G
CC

25,000
12,500

25,000
12,500

416,603.40
85,186.07

510
511
512

July 2,1910
Oct. 15,1910

G
G

37,500
25,000

37,500
25,000

1,908,840.69
65,355.17

513
514

z

Q

tr

T

A
A
U
A

532,922.57 500
188,388.35 501
14,216.26 502
442,169.95 503
201,911.78 504
566,714.70 505
16,624.65 506
507
648,143.38 508
2,611,091.64

875,000

286,750

100,000

100,000

2,894,148.49

200,000

20,643

Apr. 19,1911

U

200,000

200,000

482,842.59

515

50,000
25,000

15,000
532

Aug. 8,1911
Sept. 5 ,1911

L
CC

50,000

50,000

149,927.23
1,952.12

516
517

250,000

250,000

634,721.94

Nov. 17,1911

L

25,000

25,000

279,876.96

518

Dec. 7,1911
Jan. 4,1912
Apr. 15,1912
June 5,1912
June 21,1912
July 31,1912
5,000 Sept. 30,1912

U

100,000
20,000
100,000
24,400
49,000
10,000
6,250

100,000
20,000
100,000
24,400
49,000
10,000
6,250

2,031,022.23
398,640.17
360,912. 56
134,566. 72
376,639.13
40,441.27
43,476. 71

519
520
521
522
523
524
525

275,000

36,175

50,000

30,000

750,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
50,000
25,000
25,000

109,500
10,000
50,000
5,000
14,884

1,100,000

224,384

300,000
100,000
300,000
3,400,000
50,000
200,000

120,000
23,000
60,000
1,700,000
8,500
75,000

4,350,000

1,986,500

z
z

L
W
z

L

334,650
16,1913
17,1913
7,1913
7,1913
19,1913
20,1913

3,665,575.75

180,100
97,400
214,000

2,394,521.19

A
V

20,000
190,197

180,100
97,400
214,000
1,881,597
20,000
190,197
2,583,294

5,995,997.37

12,000
100,000

12,000
100,000

185,918.31
444,608.92

532
533

12,500
50,000
98,300
50,000
48,600

30,409.66
195,005.02
1,394,164.59
451,864.28
115,441.29

534
535
536
537
538

u

A
N

25,000
100,000

6,000
35,000

25,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
50,000

12,500
150 ....... do............ BB
50,000
N
10,000 Dec. 5,1913
98,300
50,000 Dec. 8,1913
U
EE
50,000
30,000 Dec. 19,1913
48,600
Dec. 23,1913
N
2 Formerly in voluntary liquidation.




Nov. 5,1913
Nov. 29,1913

334,650

U
CC
V

701,697

Apr.
Apr.
May
July
July
Oct.

526
527
52$
529
125,745.83 530
2,978,921.90 531
496,808.45

62

Total dividends
paid during
existence as a
national banking
association.

Organization.
Name and location of bank.
Char­
ter
num­
ber.
539 M a r io n N a t io n a l B a n k , M a r i o n , K a n s .1 .
540 First National Bank, Superior, N ebr...
541 Baraesville N. B., Bamesville, Minn...
542 First National Bank, Pensacola, F la ...
543 Americus N. B., Americus, Ga..............
544 F i r s t N a t io n a l B a n k , G a lla t in , T e n n .1. . .
545 First National Bank, Wyalusing, P a ...
546 First National Bank, London, K y ........
_
547 First National Bank, Corning, Iowa_
548 First N. B., Johnston City, 111...............
549 First National Bank, Sutton, W. V a ...
550 A m e r ic a n N a t io n a lB a r ik ,P e n s a c o la , F l a . 1.
551 United StatesN. B.. Centralia, W ash..
552 First N. B., West Elizabeth, Pa.......

7911
3529
6098
2490
8305
4236
5339
3943
2936
7458
6213
5603
8736
6373

Date.

Sept.
July
Jan.
Aug.
July
Feb.
May
Nov.
Apr.
"Oct.
Apr.
Oct.
June
Aug.

15,1905
8,1886
18,1902
10,1880
14,1906
17,1890
8,1900
28,1888
26,1883
29,1904
17,1902
22,1900
10,1907
9,1902

556
557
558
559
560
561
562
563
564
565
566

F i r s t N a t io n a l B a n k , I s l i p , N . Y . 1 ........

First N . B., Uniontown, P a.................

F a r m e r s a n a M e rc h a n ts N . B . , M o u n t
N o r r is , P a . 1
U n io n N a t io n a l B a n k , P r o v id e n c e , K y 1 .

State National Bank, Little Rock, Ark.2
German National Bank, Pittsburgh,Pa.
Mercantile National Bank. Pueblo, Colo.
SilvertonNationalBank,Silverton,Colo.2
F i r s t N a t io n a l B a n k , P e r r y , A r k . 1 .
T h ir d N . B . , F it z g e r a ld , G a .1 .........

Union N. B., Monroe, L a...............
Dresden, N. B., Dresden, Ohio_
_
Island City, N. B., Key West, Fla
W h a r to n N . B . , W h a r t o n , T e x .1 . . . .

8794 July 12,1907
270 Feb. 20,1864
6983 Oct. 8,1903
9708 Mar. 24,1910
6902 July 29,1903
757 Jan. 26,1865
4108 Aug. 31,1889
7784 June 12,1905
6706 Mar. 31,1903
8966 Dec. 17,1907
10153 Mar. 4,1912
6529 Dec. 13,1902
7942 Oct. 7,1905
6313 June 21,1902

569
570
571
572
573
574
575
576
577
578
579

Citizens National Bank, Arlington, Tex.
Merchants and Farmers National Bank,
Cisco, Tex.
First National Bank, Bristol, S. D ak...
First National Bank, Toceoa, Ga..........
First National Bank, New Richmond,
Ohio.
F i r s t N a t io n a l B a n k , C a s s e lto n , N . D a k . 1

First National Bank, Wartrace, Tenn.
Fourth National Bank, Fayetteville,
N. C.
Ben Hill National Bank, Fitzgerald, Ga.;
First National Bank, Como, Tex..........
First National Bank, Citronelle, A la ...
American National Bank, Fort Smith,
Ark.
First National Bank, Aspinwail, P a ...

581
582
583
584
585
586

Williamstown National Bank, Williamstown, Pa.
Lemasters National Bank, Lemasters,
Pa.
First National Bank, Bowling Green,
Ohio.
Heard National Bank, Jacksonville,
Fla.
F i r s t N a t io n a l B a n k , D a y t o n a , F l a 1 _
_
Citizens National Bank, Pineville,
W. Va.
First National Bank, Clarkfleld, Minn.
Total.




125,000
50,000
25,000
50,000

81,652

$18,250
73.0
222.1
111,083
9,762
39.0
1,036,343 2,072.6
59.0
59,000

100,000
50,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
25,000
35,000

200,000
100,000

14,500
138,000
230,000
24,792
31,500
204,000
65,000

29,202 2,247,530

12,000

25,000

25,000
60,000
25,000

102.0
65.0
48.0

1,308,000 2,180.0
15,000
60.0

1,000
220,000

25,000

100,000
100,000

58.0
276.0
460.0
99.1
90.0

30,000

1,700,000
361,500
5,000
17,625
19,000
10,845
24,000
14,750
11,500
33,900

4.0

220.0

10,845 3,731,275

250, 000

25,000
25,000
50, 000

200,000
25,000
100,000

680.0
361.5

20.0

70.5
38.0

12.0

59.0
11.5
113.0

5806
7360

May 11,1901
Aug. 13,1904

25.000
25,000

96,092
38,750

384.4
155.0

8480
6687
1068

Dec. 21.1906
Mar. 25,1903
Apr. 27,1865

25,000
25,000
65,000

15,250
49,750
304,500

61.0
199.0
468.5

2792
9627
8682

Oct. 11,1882
Jan. 6,1910
May 10,1907

100,000

210,700
14,000
105,000

351.2
56.0
105.0

8966
9931
6835
3634

Dec.
Feb.
June
Feb.

19,000
13,600
17,000
416,000

38.0
34.0

418.0

8824

Aug. 6,1907

23.5

17,1907
11,1911
13,1903
7,1887

60,000
25,000

50,000

50,000
40,000
25,000

100,000
25,000

5,875

590,000

Total.
580

Amount.

1,040,000

Total.
567
568

Sur­
plus.

1,185,000

Total..
553
554
555

Per
cent.

Capital.

68.0

50,000 1,305,517

6233

Apr. 29,1902

30,000

19,600

65.33

8405

Oct. 17,1906

25,000

8,500

34.00

4045

May 23,1889

90,750

181.50

160,000

16.00

50,000

Feb.

10545
8749

May 19,1914
June 18,1907

50,000
50,000

Oct.

25,000

6448

.........

2,1912

1,000,000 200,000

10136

3,1902

2,451

1,230,000 202,451

4,000

8.00

21,000

42.00

23,000

92.00

326,850

63

Failures.
Lawful
money
deposited.
Capital.

Receiver
appointed.

Cause
of
failure.

Total deposits
at date of
suspension.

1,810, O O
O
25,000
100' 000
25,000
25,000
500', 000
500,000
200,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
200,000
25,000
100. 000
30, 000
1,830, 000
~~

Jan. 12,1914
12,000 ....... d o ........
5,000 Jan. 14,1914
3,000 Jan. 22,1914
10,550 Feb. 3,1914
10,000 Mar. 25,1914
Mar. 28,1914
9,000 Apr. 9,1914
5,000 June 22,1914
5,500 Aug. 17,1914
2,500 Aug. 29,1914
60,000 Sept. 2,1914
25; 000 Sept. 21,1914
3,525 Oct. 17,1914

AA
N
N

U
N

FF
E
G G

L
U
A
AA
A
U

302,225
22,000
1,000,000
25,000

Dec. 30,1914
Jan. 19,1915
Feb. 4,1915

500 Feb. 12,1915
15,000 Feb. 17,1915
500,000 Mar. 4,1915
70,000 Mar. 30,1915
5,000 Apr. 9,1915
2,500 May 17,1915
6,800 June 3,1915
40,000 June 24,1915
3,700 July 15,1915
32,500 July 29,1915
17,512 ....... do............

Z
U
AA

99,997
24,997

$24,500
49,100
25,000
489,900
100,000
5,750
25,000
49,200
49,995
49,297
50,000
257,997
99,997
24,997

1,389,136

1

0

$25,000
60,000
25,000
500,000
100,000
50,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
300,000
100,000
25,000

as
to

|

Surplus.

Circulation
outstanding
at date of
failure.

1,672,133

7,516,182. 02

100,000

6,250
100,000
15,000

1,452,581.39

$49,100
24,500
489,900
100,000
5,750
25,000
49,200
49,995
49,297
50,000

72,897
23,100
89,400
7,000

25,000
45,950
493,750
80,800
18,900
10,000
50,000
72,897
23,100
89,400
7,000

F

CC
U

B

CC

45,950
493,750
80,800
18,900

u

N

U
z
u

T

1,016,200. 72
170,396.85

849.692.05
4,686', 567.63
1,501,550.90
79,911.39
262,409.06
158,004.04
142,652.42

553
554
555
556
557
558
559
560
561
562
563
564
565
566

931, 797

1,038,047

9,133,368.88

25,000
50,000

25, 000
50,000

117,231.91
81,970.98

567
568

z

25,000
74,200
80,000

25,000
74,200
80,000

288,670.80
129.671.22
120;435.67

569
570
571

100,000

116,998.53
377,611.43

572
573
574

35,000
10,000
24, 700
195,597

49,422.28
94,957.54
25,162. 76
476,489.88

575
576
577
578

24,500

118,396.44

579

473,000

718, 594

1,997,019.44

7,000
25,000
20,000

Nov. 17,1915
Nov. 22,1915
Nov. 30,1915

T

50,000
50,000

10,000
20,000
2,000

Dee. 6,1915
Dec. 22,1915
Feb. 14,1916

Z
AA

24,600

49,997
24,600

100,000

6,800
100
2,000
50,000

Mar. 6,1916
Mar. 7,1916
Mar. 25,1916
Apr. 1,1916

E
U
U

35,000
10,000
24,700

Sept. 7,1916

U

24,500

8
o

25,000
75, 000
80,000

§

25, 000 Nov. 6,1915
Nov. 12,1915

25,000

169,012.18
253,930.60
232,207. 96
202,570.15
364,020. 96

539
540
541
542
543
544
545
546
547
548
549
550
551
552

EE
Z

1,740,512

50,000
50,000

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

$235,495. 73
13,809. 32
1,673,245. 07
367,880. 41

L
A

A

805,000

167,900

30,000

11,500

Nov. 23,1916

Z

29,300

29,300

94,994.49

580

154,463.24

581

25,000

12,000

Dec. 16,1916

z

24,200

24, 200

50,000

17,500

Jan.

z

12,500

12,500

774,610.08

582

1,000,000

25,000

Jan. 17,1917

EE

100,000

583,400

2,980,171.71

583

50,000

3 221
10,000

Apr. 16,1917
July 16,1917

N

24,500

49,400
24,500

155,106.17

584
585

25,000

5,000

Sept. 25,1917

z

586

1,230,000

84, 221

50,000

5,1917

A

14,400

14,400

167,820.90

204,900

737,700

4,327,166. 59

3 Second failure; formerly “ Third National Bank.1




Table N o. 29.—National banks which have been placed in the hands
Total dividends
paid during i
existence as a !
national banking
association.

Organization.
Name and location of bank.
Char­
ter
num­
ber.
587
588

First National Bank, St. Cloud, Fla.
Santa Rosa National Bank, Santa
Rosa, Cal.
Total..............................................
Grand total...................................

Date.

Capital.

9707
3558

Mar. 24,1910
Sept. 15,1886

Sur­
plus.

Amount.

Per
cent.

$50,000
100,000

$29,500
293,500

59.00
293.50

150,000

323,000

70,868,600 $2,287,412 84,263,455

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 hanking, 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.
P Fraudulent management and depreciation of securities.




Failures.
Lawful
money
deposited.
Capital.

$50,000
200,000

Surplus.

$15,000
18,000

Receiver
appointed.

Cause
of
failure.

Jan. 2,1918
Oct. 18,1918

N
B

$12,500

Circulation
outstanding
at date of
failure.

Total deposits
at date of
suspension.

$17,500
149,000

$380,775.65
1,140,385.00

250,000

33,000

12,500

166,500

1,521,160.65

96,020,920

22,863,518

34,596,023

39,154,921

195,889,463.90

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 depre­
ciation 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 cashier.
A A Closed by run.
BB Closed by directors in anticipation of run.
CC Receiver appointed after voluntary liquidation.
P D Wrecked by defalcation by bookkeeper.
EE Injudicious banking and excessive loans to officers and others.
FF Wrecked by assistant cashier.
GG Wrecked by cashier and president and by excessive loans to themselves.




66

T ai le No. SO.—Insolvent national banks, dates of organization, appointmer
n >minal and additional assets, amounts collected from all sources, loans pa
a id remaining assets returned to stockholders to Oct. 31, 1918.1

Name and location of bank.

Date of
organization.

Capital
stock.

1 First National Bank, Attica, N. Y ....................

Jan. 14,1864

$50,000

Apr. 14,1865

2 Venango National Bank, Franklin, P a .............
3 Merchants National Bank, Washington, D. C..

May 20,1865
Dec. 14,1864

300.000

May
May

Feb. 3,1864
June 5,1865
Aug. 24,1865
Dec. 18,1863
July 17,1865
June 5,1865
Sept. 9,1865

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, N ev.

16
17
18
19
20
21

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, P a ............
Waverly National Bank, Waverly, N. Y .............
First National Bank, Fort Smith, Ark.................

22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32

Scandinavian 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, Washington, D. C.........................
National Bank of the Commonwealth, New York, N. Y.
Merchants National Bank, Petersburg, Va.....................
First National Bank, Petersburg, V a ..............................
First National Bank, Mansfield, Ohio.............................
New Orleans N. Bkg. Association, New Orleans, L a ...
First National Bank, Carlisle, Pa.....................................

33
34
35

First National Bank, Anderson, Ind..
First National Bank, Topeka, K an s.,
First National Bank, Norfolk, V a----

36
37
38
39
40

Gibson County National Bank, Princeton, In d .........
First National Bank of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah..
Cook County National Bank, Chicago, 111...................
First National Bank, Tiffin, Ohio................................
Charlottesville National Bank, Charlottesville, V a...

41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49

Miners National Bank, Georgetown, Colo.
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, W is........
City National Bank, Chicago, 111................
Watkins National Bank, Watkins, N. Y ..
First National Bank, Wichita, Kans.........

May 15,1865
Sept. 9,1863
Feb. 14,1865

May 20,1864
June 23,1865

60,000
100,000
50,000

Feb. 28,1868
Mar. 3,1868
Apr. 24,1868

50,000
250,000

Mar. 15,1869
Oct. 14,1869

300,000

Total..
June
Mar.
Apr.
Feb.
May
Feb.

6,1865
30,1869
6,1864
26,1864
29,1865
6,1866

1 , 000,000
200,000

250.000
200.000

106,100
50,000

Dec. 13,1871
Dec. 15,1871
___do.......... .
Dec. 20,1871
Apr. 23,1872
May 2,1872

1,806,100

Total..
May 7,1872
July 21,1865
Feb. 15,1872
July 1.1865
July 16.1863
July 1.1865
Sept. 1.1865
July 1.1865
May 24.1864
May 27,1871
July 7,1863

Dec. 12,1872
Dec. 31,1872
Mar. 18,1873
Apr. 28,1873
Sept. 19,1873
Sept. 22,1873
Sept. 25,1873
200.000 ... . d o ...........
100,000 Oct. 18,1873
600,000 Oct. 23,1873
50,000 Oct. 24,1873

250.000
175.000
500.000
300.000
500.000
750.000
400.000

3,825,000

Total..
July 31,1863
Aug. 23,1866
Feb. 23,1864

50,000
100,000
100,000

Nov. 23,1873
Dec. 16,1873
June 3,1874

250,000

Total..
Nov.
Now.
July
Mar.
July

30,1872
15,1869
8,1871
16,1865
19,1865

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.

Total.

500.000
120.000
300.000
200.000

Mar. 13,1867
Mar. 21,1867
Apr. 30,1867
May 20,1867
Aug. 29,2867
Sept. 6,1867
Oct. 1,1867

210,000

Total..




50.000
100,000
100.000

1,370,000

Total..
11
12
13

1,1866
8,1866

500,000

Total..
4 First National Bank, Medina, N. Y ................................
5 Tennessee National Bank, Memphis, Tenn....................
6 First National Bank, Selma, Ala.....................................
7 First National Bank, New Orleans, L a ...........................
8 NationalUnadilla Bank, Unadilla, N. Y .......................
9 Farmers and Citizens National Bank, Brooklyn, N. Y .
10 Croton National Bank, New York, N. Y ........................

200.000

Oct. 30.1874
Feb. 24.1864
Sept. 18.1875
Jan. 26,1871
Apr. 6.1872
June 20.1865
Feb. 18.1865
June 2,1864
Jan. 2.1872

Jan. 24,1876
Feb. 1,1876
30.000 ___ d o............
50.000 Feb. 26,1876
100,000 Mar. 13,1876
50.000 Apr. 11,1876
250,000 May 17,1876
75.000 July 12,1876
60.000 Sept. 23,1876

150.000
200.000

965,000

Additional
assets
received
since date
Estimated Estimated Estimated of suspen­
sion.
good.
doubtful, worthless.
Nominal assets at date of
suspension.

Total
assets.

Offsets
allowed
and
settled.

Loss on
Nominal
assets com­ value of
pounded or assets re­
sold under turned to
order of
stock­
holders.
court.

$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, 474
21,572

126,925
471,991
349,125
1,987,239
212,910
1,691,570
487,071

6,845
58,645
55,342
30,641

93,638
380,383
179,894
929,289
132,806
400,803
187,586

2,505,633

1,106,840

1,305,577

408,781

5,326,831

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
9< 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
31' , 742

219,750

136,721

498,103

91,412

72,607

798,843'

318,016

219, 750

40,000
14,174

37, 494
25,000

124,832
11, 895
49,409
2,476
32,517
6,537

2,934,756
468; 223
1,181,465
656,134
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

227,666

5,498,593

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
215,784
404,431
103,609
43,225
21,095
654,424
2,574

392,966
227,871
806,993
807, 572
2,493,474
2, 766,509
1,019,841
272,634
296,910
1,431,294
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

1,792,050

10,631,368

922,779

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,Oil
204,600
1,250,163
105,218

29,055
3,274
151,439
63,620
257,655

12,816
15,258
678,364
18) 439
30,696

125,178
229,432
2,699,802
342,059
563,089

3, 595
2,869
452,953
60,447
24,882

54,332
196,231
1,948,095
84,709
58, 71.5

986,952

1,711,992

505,043

755,573

3,959, 560

544,746

2,342,082

237.356
227‘ 236
,
75,604
115,213
186,064
169,912
1,104,031
161,439
148,825

8,761
2,100
3,5,10
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

1,867,641
364,973
229, 617
653,658
86,493
15,800

20,000

27,123
29,752
74,376
18,093
35,000
453,037
86,014
59,226

120,000

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
86,272
21,738
3,681

Formerly in voluntary liquidation.

379, 794

4
5
6
7
8
9
10

11
12
.13

14
15

$89,855

56,011
37,629

16
17
18
19
20
21

89,855
22
23
24
26
27
28
29
39
31
32
33
35

36
37
38
39
40

33,363

53,473

41
42
43
44
45
46
47
43
49

Nominal
value of
remaining
assets.

Collected
from
assets.

Collected
, from
assessment
upon
share­
holders.

. Total
Loans paid
collections and other Dividends
from all
paid.
disburse­
sources.
ments.

l’

$75,209

$1,164

2
3

120,995
174,264

1,245
16,488

122,240
190,752

295,259

17,733

33,287
91,608
162,386
999,305
79,904
1,235,325
268,844

4,000

$76,373

Legal
expenses.

Receiver's
salary an|d
other
expenses.

$5,562

$70,811

200
11
12
13

14,390
13,427

312,992

275

267,156

17,744

27,817

7,500
38,224
2,125

37,287
91,608
169,886
1,037,529
82,029
1,235,325
268,844

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
24,524
92,440
9,641
49,123
36,004

2,870,659

51,849

2,922,508

117,843

2,455,515

115,354

233,796

68,645
159,512
31,566

$200

$6,463
11,281

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
14,035
9,353

259,723

4
5
6
7
8
9
10

$275-

101,387
165,769

37,871

297,594

19,501

238,320

11,065

* 28,708

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
352,630
124,713
23,882

348,961

2,935,296
162,052
175, 409
512,698
548,099
1,447,163
1,808,304
299,357
122,645
108,944
706,746
56,942
5,948,359

261,077

7,858

193,259

11,796

48,164

1,743,623
276,649
898,932
352,630
124,713
23,882

203,170
72,365
596,665

1,326,487
175,920
263,065
342,054
77,568
15,142

76,648
10,437
9,436
3,085
.362

137,318
16,713
29,766
10,576
8,264
1,87$

485,133

3,420,429

874,496

2,200,236

99,968

204,515

10,079
42,795
109,707
228,580
5,200

172,131
218,204
622,405
776,679
1,452,363
1,808,304
299,357
142,320
120,344
1,010,559
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

21,585
19,817
28,638
51,694
37,390
53,287
18,827
11,858
11,816
77,097
4,691

261,077

22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32

i36,172

19,675
11,400
303,813

2,296

41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49

6,679,608

857,737

5,052,958

184,414

336,700

67,835

2,250
37,597

89,896
60,314
129,566

14,289
559

72,089
31,668
101,545

4,718
6,075
8,232

13,089
8,282
19,230

239,929

39,847

279,776

14,848

205,302

19,025

40,601

66,535

56,921
74,896
2,309

62, 646
19,002
228,412
108,318
226,308

1,166
42,067

93,619

67,251
30,332
365,289
196,903
281,857

296

291,254

67,251
30,332
298,754
196,903
188,238

21,495

4,309
10,164
37,889
13,689
31,745

291,254

36
37
38
39
40

731,249

89,896
58,064
91,969

67,835

33
34
35

781,478

180,154

941,632

134,422

644,686

64,728

97,796

42,341
22,080
22,165
48,488
73,145
80,597
584,742
86,180
64,071

106,451
11,269
1,100

445

15,552

148,792
33,349
23,265
48,488
115,357
85,107
643,568
86,180
79,623

3,928
3,616
5,385
63,475
1,579
16,773

135,797
18,258
12,624
34,536
88,697
65,783
545,593
60,647
59,121

3,946
4,731
1,367
2,077
8,804
5,060
13,802
592
2,200

8,604
10,360
9,274
7,935
10,055
8,879
20,698
13,874
1,529

1,023,809

239,920

1,263,729

95,201

1,021,056

42,579

196,790

196,790




42,212
4,510
58,826

91,208
—

\nd closing, since the organization of the national hanking system, with amc
rom all sources, etc.-—
Continued.
Balance in
hands of
comptroller
or receiver.

Amount
returned to
shareholders
in cash..

Amount of
assessment
upon share­
holders.

Amount
of claims
proved.

Dividends
(per cent).

i Interest
■
dividends
(per cent).

$50,000

$122,089

58.00

1

300.000
200.000

434,531
669,513

23.37
24.70

2
3

500,000

1,104,044

50,000

39.15
17. 333
46.60
79.00
45.90
96.00
88. 50

4
5
6
7
8
9
10

26,000

82,338
376,392
289,467
1,119,313
127,801
1,191,500
170,752

796,000

3,357,563

39,-300
100,000

68,986
205,256
33,870

139,300

308,112

100,000
500, 000
120,000

69,874
170,012

100.00
68. 33
49.20

11
12
13

41.90
92.70

14
15

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
171,468
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

247,799

400.000
50,000
100.000
600,000

'2 6 6 *6 6 6 '
700,000

13,685




62,646
93,021
1,795,992
237,824
376,756

60,000

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
ioo.'oo'

22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32

2,566,239

150,000
34.000
50.000

30.00

16
17
18
19
20
21

376,579

500,000

9,488

144,606
55,372
176,601

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

195,000

12
4,185

2,277,500
50.000
45.000
100,000

247,799

100. 00
100.00
100. 00
100.00
100.00
100.00

75.000
50.000
250,000

50. 00
58. 30
57. 50

33
34
35

100.00
24,391
14; 941
66. 00
62.56

36
37
38
39
40

76.50
51.00
22.50
100.00
100.00
48.40
77.512
100.00
70.00

41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49

100.00
100.00

70
T ai

Name and location of bank.

50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59

First National Bank, Greenfield, Ohio*............................
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................

Date of
organization.

Oct.
Apr.
Aug.
Jan.
July
Jan.
Oct.
Mar.
May
June

7,1863
1,1865
5,1863
9,1865
25,1865
16,1865
20,1866
25,1872
31,1872
14,1865

Capital
stock.

$50,000
200,000

132.000
67.000
50.000
100.000

2,500,000
50.000
75.000
120,000

3,344,000

Total.
60 Third National Bank, Chicago, 111.....................................
61 Central National Bank, Chicago, III...................................
62 First National Bank, Kansas City, M o ...........................
63 Commercial National Bank, Kansas City, Mo.................
64 First National Bank, Ashland, Pa.1..................................
65 First National Bank, Tarrytown, N. Y ............................
66 First National Bank, Allentown, Pa.1.........................
67 First National Bank.Waynesburg, Pa.1...........................
68 Washington County National Bank, Greenwich, N. Y ..
69 First National Bank, Dallas, Tex................................. .
70 Peoples National Bank, Helena, Mont..............................
71 First National Bank, Bozeman, Mont...............................
72 Merchants National Bank, Fort Scott, Kans.1.................
73 Farmers National Bank, Platte City, Mo.........................

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

Total.

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

2,612,500

74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81

First National Bank, Warrensburg, Mo............................
German-American National Bank, Washington, D. C ...
German National Bank, Chicago, 111.1...............................
Commercial National Bank, Saratoga Springs, N. Y ___
Second National Bank, Scranton, Pa.1..............................
National Bank of Poultney?V t..........................................
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

Mechanics National Bank, Newark, N. J
First National Bank, Buffalo, N. Y ........
Pacific National Bank, Boston, Mass----

Total.............................................

100,000

130.000
500.000
100.000
200,000

100,000

50.000
50.000

1,230,000
Oct. 28,1863
Aug. 7,1863
June 30j 1864

300.000
300.000

June 9,1865
Feb. 5,1864
Nov. 9,1877

500.000
100.000
961,300

Total.......................................................................................................

1,561,300

89

First National Bank of Union Mills, Union City, Pa___ Oct. 23,1863
Vermont National Bank, St. Albans, V t.......................... Oct. 11,1865

200,000

90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99

First National Bank, Leadville, Colo................
City National Bank, Lawrenceburg, Ind.1........
First National Bank, St. Albans, V t.................
First National Bank, Monmouth, 111.................
Marine National Bank, New York, N. Y ..........
Hot Springs National Bank, Hot Springs, Ark.
Richmond National Bank, Richmond, Ind---First National Bank, Livingston, Mont............
First National Bank, Albion, N. Y ....................
First National Bank, Jamestown, N. Dak........
Logan National Bank, West Liberty, Ohio----

Total...................................................
86

87

88

700,000

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

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

T o ta l.




50,000
250,000

Total.......................... .................................

100

100,000

i Formerly in voluntary liquidation.

la l

Nominal assets at date of
suspension.

Additional
assets
received
since date
Estimated Estimated Estimated of suspen­
sion.
good.
doubtful. worthless.

Total
assets.

Offsets
allowed
and
settled.

Loss on
Nominal
assets com­ value of
pounded or assets re­
sold under turned to
stock­
order of
holders.
court.

$ 5 8 ,0 5 1
5 5 8 ,4 5 0
3 6 9 ,8 0 6
2 1 9 ,9 8 3
2 2 6 ,9 3 7
3 6 8 ,7 1 7
4 , 8 2 2 ,1 0 9
2 0 1 ,5 7 8
7 4 6 ,5 0 6
4 3 0 ,4 8 1

$ 1 3 ,1 9 2
6 0 ,3 1 1
8 ,4 8 7
6 ,5 3 7
2 1 ,4 9 8
1 6 6 ,8 3 1
6 2 ,7 7 4
3 6 ,5 9 8
4 1 ,3 2 4

$4 4 ,3 4 4
2 2 3 ,3 7 5
2 0 3 ,7 9 2
9 9 ,5 8 8
1 1 7 ,1 7 3
1 3 9 ,3 0 9
1 , 7 7 1 ,6 9 9
1 ,3 1 0
6 0 6 ,5 8 0
1 4 3 ,6 6 4

6 3 3 ,1 5 3

8 , 0 0 2 ,6 1 8

4 1 7 ,5 5 2

3 , 3 5 0 ,8 3 4

1, 0 5 7 ,2 4 5
1 6 ,6 8 0
1 9 ,8 1 7
6 ,7 2 3
8 ,8 5 9
2 0 ,2 8 9
2 ,1 7 1
1 ,8 6 1
1 3 ,7 4 9
4 ,3 0 5
6 7 ,9 4 2
2 1 ,0 9 0
1 ,8 9 2
1 ,9 4 4

3 , 3 4 9 ,9 6 1
5 0 6 ,2 7 1
1 , 8 5 6 ,6 6 1
1 8 4 ,9 7 1
1 7 6 ,8 3 1
2 7 4 ,7 5 0
3 3 9 ,7 1 5
6 0 ,0 1 4
5 8 9 ,9 3 8
1 5 6 ,1 2 2
3 6 1 ,9 0 3
1 3 6 ,4 7 9
8 5 ,2 4 8
7 2 ,4 9 2

9 5 ,1 2 1
7 ,2 4 5
1 , 4 8 2 ,7 2 5
2 2 ,9 6 2
1 6 ,0 7 2
1 6 4 ,9 4 9
2 0 ,6 0 8
714
1 8 ,5 4 1
3 0 ,0 8 8
1 2 ,4 9 2
7 ,7 0 0
178
1 0 ,9 4 7

3 8 4 ,0 0 7
2 8 7 ,6 8 2
2 2 ,5 5 9
6 7 ,3 9 6

1 , 2 4 4 ,5 6 7

8 , 1 5 1 ,3 5 6

1 , 8 9 0 ,3 4 2

1 , 3 1 6 ,6 7 1

3 3 ,3 7 5
6 1 ,1 4 7
2 9 ,8 8 7
1 7 ,0 8 5
4 7 ,5 9 1
1 9 ,5 6 0
1 5 ,0 1 7
2 7 ,5 0 3

3 3 0 ,3 6 3
4 9 4 ,8 7 0
7 1 1 ,8 7 6
3 4 6 ,7 2 6
5 1 8 ,5 3 5
2 0 3 ,2 7 9
4 9 ,7 7 1
2 0 9 ,6 0 3

5 5 ,2 5 5
1 6 5 ,8 4 6
6 ,1 7 0
1 7 ,4 7 5
3 6 ,7 3 7
3 ,3 5 3
8 ,4 1 1
1 1 ,9 2 0

1 1 8 ,5 0 7
2 0 2 ,4 8 8
5 2 1 ,7 8 3
1 0 1 ,8 1 0
2 0 3 ,9 8 2
2 5 ,7 2 9
64
1 0 6 ,5 6 2

7 1 5 ,8 7 5

2 5 1 ,1 6 5

2 , 8 6 5 ,0 2 3

3 0 5 ,1 6 7

1 , 2 8 0 ,9 2 5

2 2 0 ,0 0 5

1 2 ,8 6 3
5 5 ,8 9 5
3 0 2 ,6 5 4

1 9 ,1 9 8
4 1 ,1 7 3
4 3 ,8 9 5

1 6 9 ,6 1 8
5 8 0 ,0 6 0
3 9 8 ,1 2 3

3 ,3 4 5
1 5 4 ,9 4 5
4 ,9 0 2

2 6 ,0 4 3
8 6 ,9 5 3
801

3 0 2 ,6 5 4
3 2 9 ,0 9 3

$ 1 9 4 ,6 6 5
8 6 ,4 9 2
6 7 ,2 4 6
6 7 ,5 4 1
1 3 5 ,2 3 1
9 3 5 ,9 9 9
1 7 5 ,2 5 4
3 4 ,3 6 8
2 2 0 ,4 8 1

$ 5 7 ,6 7 5
2 6 2 ,9 0 9
5 8 ,1 8 8
1 1 2 ,0 2 6
6 6 ,0 2 5
9 0 ,7 0 4
2 , 8 1 8 ,9 6 6
6 ,2 5 0
5 2 ,6 2 7
1 5 0 ,6 5 0

$ 5 1 ,4 0 3
2 0 0 ,9 0 9
2 5 ,9 4 1
7 9 ,1 0 1
1 2 4 ,3 7 1
6 3 3 ,7 4 4
6 ,5 9 6
6 2 9 ,1 1 3
2 4 ,9 9 0

1 , 9 1 7 ,2 7 7

3 , 6 7 6 ,0 2 0

1 , 7 7 6 ,1 6 8

1 , 3 3 0 ,2 1 5
1 5 7 ,4 3 8
1, 1 1 8 ,1 1 8
5 2 ,3 4 9
1 0 7 ,3 1 8
1 0 0 ,9 9 4
1 9 ,8 7 9

6 3 1 ,7 9 7
1 6 1 ,4 4 1
3 1 3 ,7 2 6
7 4 ,7 2 4
4 1 ,5 8 4

3 1 1 ,3 2 4
4 8 ,1 4 9
3 2 ,5 5 9
3 9 ,0 1 0
2 1 ,2 2 5
9 ,5 6 1

1 3 2 ,4 4 5
1 5 ,8 6 9
2 7 ,8 9 4
3 6 ,2 4 5
9 5 ,2 5 1
7 6 ,0 4 6
1 5 ,5 4 3
1 8 ,6 9 1

3 3 0 ,7 0 4
1 7 0 ,7 1 2
4 0 5 ,0 0 0
5 1 ,1 7 5
1 9 ,0 7 0
1 5 3 ,4 6 7
1 8 5 ,2 2 0
4 2 ,2 8 4
2 3 6 ,9 7 1
6 7 ,4 2 3
1 6 6 ,1 5 1
333
4 6 ,5 8 8
4 2 ,2 9 6

3 , 3 4 8 ,1 3 9

1 , 6 4 1 ,2 5 6

1 , 9 1 7 ,3 9 4

9 0 ,9 5 3
2 5 6 ,2 8 6
1 0 4 ,9 6 6
1 3 3 ,1 6 9
2 6 4 ,9 0 8
6 8 ,0 7 8
2 3 .6 4 6
1 2 .6 4 7

1 9 4 ,4 5 7
1 3 9 ,5 1 4
1 0 1 ,9 7 1
1 6 7 ,5 0 3
1 0 1 ,1 7 8
9 7 ,2 5 7
6 ,3 7 4
1 3 4 ,7 1 6

1 1 ,5 7 8
3 7 ,9 2 3
4 7 5 ,0 5 2
2 8 ,9 6 9
1 0 4 ,8 5 8
1 8 ,3 8 4
4 ,3 7 4
3 4 ,7 3 7

9 5 4 ,6 5 3

9 4 3 ,3 3 0

1 1 5 ,0 1 2
4 1 8 ,9 5 1
5 1 ,5 7 4

2 2 ,5 4 5
6 4 ,0 4 1

$376
4 9 ,4 7 3
2 4 ,2 1 7
1 4 ,7 7 0
1 4 ,2 7 0
1 8 ,4 1 1
4 3 3 ,4 0 0
1 3 ,4 7 8
3 0 ,3 9 8
3 4 ,3 6 0

$3 6 ,9 5 7
3 4 ,2 5 9

7 1 ,2 1 6

1 1 2 ,8 1 8
2 6 8 ,0 0 0
4 7 ,2 3 9
6 ,9 7 2
1 0 6 ,2 9 2
3 2 ,3 7 2
2 0 ,1 4 1
6 5 ,8 0 4
8 ,2 0 7

50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59

60
61
62
63
64
65

66
67
2 7 9 ,9 8 7

68
69
70
71
72
73

3 9 2 ,8 0 5

6 9 ,6 5 9
7 2 ,7 5 4
7 7 ,5 9 2

2 6 ,4 3 9

5 8 5 ,5 3 7

8 6 ,5 8 6

3 7 1 ,4 1 2

1 0 4 ,2 6 6

1 , 1 4 7 ,8 0 1

1 6 3 ,1 9 2

1 1 3 ,7 9 7

1, 1 1 4 ,5 0 3
4 8 8 ,8 9 2
6 4 8 ,7 1 0

1 8 5 ,0 0 2
6 5 ,5 2 6
1 , 4 1 6 ,7 9 3

7 8 ,2 8 6
6 9 6 ,9 8 7
1 , 3 9 7 ,3 3 4

2 3 2 ,1 4 7
3 6 ,9 1 6
4 4 9 ,3 2 4

1 , 6 0 9 ,9 3 8
1 , 2 8 8 ,3 2 1
3 , 9 1 2 ,1 6 1

7 3 ,9 2 5
1 7 2 ,0 6 3
2 0 6 ,2 6 8

1 6 7 ,6 2 9
6 5 0 ,7 3 6
2 , 4 5 4 ,1 3 8

2 , 2 5 2 ,1 0 5

1 , 6 6 7 ,3 2 1

2 , 1 7 2 ,6 0 7

7 1 8 ,3 8 7

6 , 8 1 0 ,4 2 0

4 5 2 ,2 5 6

4 6 ,8 2 9
5 2 0 ,9 1 7

1 6 ,3 0 9
1 1 8 ,6 1 8

2 3 ,6 4 0
2 0 ,6 1 7

2 4 8 ,4 7 7
7 8 4 ,2 6 6

4 ,3 7 6
1 9 ,1 7 1

8 9 ,9 2 5
4 8 3 ,8 3 4

2 8 5 ,8 1 3

5 6 7 ,7 4 6

1 3 4 ,9 2 7

4 4 ,2 5 7

1 , 0 3 2 ,7 4 3

2 3 ,5 4 7

5 7 3 ,7 5 9

7 2 ,1 9 7
1 3 ,9 9 3
2 1 7 ,3 1 4
1 7 2 ,9 4 0
3 , 4 9 6 ,4 9 5
3 1 ,0 5 8
3 6 7 ,1 0 9
3 3 ,5 4 3
5 5 ,7 6 3
7 ,5 1 9
6 0 ,0 9 6

5 6 ,0 4 2
1 4 ,5 0 0
9 6 ,8 7 5
9 6 ,5 4 3
8 1 6 ,9 1 6
2 7 ,7 7 4
7 2 ,3 5 6
1 5 ,3 0 4
4 4 ,4 4 6
2 9 ,8 2 6
2 2 ,6 9 5

102,112
2 ,5 5 4
4 9 ,9 5 1
9 ,6 8 8
1 , 5 6 8 ,9 4 0
2 7 ,1 9 0
1 7 1 ,3 1 9
2 2 ,2 5 5
1 1 3 ,3 2 9
2 9 ,3 5 2

5 6 ,4 1 0
1 ,5 9 9
7 8 ,3 5 9
3 4 ,1 1 2
8 7 1 ,2 0 4
6 ,4 0 7
12 4 , 05-4
941
2 1 2 ,5 4 5
3 ,3 1 2
5 6 ,0 5 7

2 8 6 ,7 6 1
3 2 ,6 4 6
4 4 2 ,4 9 9
3 1 3 ,2 8 3
6 , 7 5 3 ,5 5 5
9 2 ,4 2 9
7 3 4 ,8 3 8
7 2 ,0 4 3
4 2 6 ,0 8 3
7 0 ,0 0 9
1 3 8 ,8 4 8

8 ,9 7 0
52
9 ,8 8 8
5 ,3 2 0
9 0 4 ,7 2 5
5 ,3 8 1
3 2 ,2 3 3
84
4 2 ,2 6 9
5
1 1 ,1 4 0

1 2 4 ,9 4 9
1 6 ,0 1 7
2 8 6 ,6 5 1
3 6 ,6 2 2
1 , 5 7 7 ,1 8 7
3 1 ,4 0 2
3 4 8 ,4 9 2
4 8 ,7 9 6
2 8 4 ,3 2 6
4 9 ,1 5 5
7 5 ,6 7 9

' i 8 ,'5 i 7 '

4 , 5 2 8 ,0 2 7

1, 2 9 3 ,2 7 7

2 , 0 9 6 ,6 9 0

1 , 4 4 5 ,0 0 0

9 , 3 6 2 ,9 9 4

1 , 0 2 0 ,0 6 7

2 , 8 7 9 ,2 7 6

2 4 ,3 4 5

82
83
84

3 , 2 7 2 ,5 0 3

1 6 1 ,6 9 9
1 2 4 ,1 1 4

74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81




85

86
87

88
89

5 ,8 2 8

90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99

72
TA3

Nominal Collected
value of
from
remaining assets.
assets.

Collected
from
Total
Loans paid
Receiver’s ;
assessment collections and other Dividends
Legal
salary and
upon
from all
disburse­
expenses.
paid.
other
share­
sources.
ments.
expenses.
holders.

$13,707
321,883
105,703
111,908
103,227
207,910
2,846,622
103,235
103,328
245,493

60
61
62
63
64
65

$689,362
53,738

$2,664
122,127
91,930
43,232
8,044
9,540
245,108

4,163,016

50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59

$5,000
520
4,797
8,805
753
658,784
4,059

47,949

$16,371
444,010
197,633
155,140
111,271
217,450
3,091,730
103,235
103,328
293,442

570,594

4,733,610

7,846

$9,456
388,856
173,512
136,474
89,715
202,753
2,165,388
81,941
73,890
254,647

$2,751
25,040
5,146
966
2,082
1,898
79,802
2,690
11,987

690,564

3,576,632

139,030

2,181,471
222,738
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

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

33,126
13,104
5,444
576
3,974
5,546
11,006
2,315
10,129
825
1,352
634
1,488
850

135,046
15,693
27,314
1,604
5,013
13,135
13,336
4,483
4,950
6,040
11,883
8,187
3,716
3,113:
253,513

6,668

$4,164
25,114
9,716
12,903
10,669
12,046
161,036
10,919
17,451
24,281
1,299

32,519

2,181,471
157,606
351,377
94,613
47,941
109,801
51,107
12,061
284,438
19,742
66,185
78,573
19,266
20,819

1,056,538

3,495,000

320,812

3,815,812

554,428

2,334,156

90,369

156, 601
126,536
183,923
157,782
205,062
96,605
29,419
91,121

16,277
72,576
80,257

47,315
53,898
49,466

8,420

100,870
105,763
182,572
137,428
166,587
88,176
20,998
82,060

3,838
16,327

4,677
23,001

172,878
199,112
264,180
157,782
260,012
96,605
34, 096
114,122

1,792
7,167

8,176
23,124
32,142
12,119 24,551
7,517
11,296;
16,475

1,047,049

66

67
68

69
70
71
72
73

74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81

250,854
30,065

11,877
11,877

65,132

16,455
54,536
16,447
123,430
16,500
23,622
1,810
2,880

54,950

1,791
3,048
1,576
n4;22o'

2,021

57,745
53
10

5,385
10,245

251, 738

1,298,787

218,928

884,454

44,754

135,400 •

82
83
81

113,791
338', 162
89,766

267,311
64,655

113,791
605,473
154, 421

10,037

96,176
528,305
99,847

3,225
19,338
2,973

6,739
22, 690
10,832

541,719

331,966

873,685

10,037

724,328

25,536

40,261

85

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

46,918
45,449
101,794

26,084
34,141
127,914

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
294,784
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

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

23,503

164.852
40,309
158.852
330,163
4,544,539
56,298
371,720
43,812
193,688
20,849
75,532

16,600
111,758
4,745
5,168
2,553
29,324
52
5,012

28,309
7,885
24,879
20,738
184,141
11,029
26,833
13,865
14,067
5,475
9,570

5,379,977

620,637

6,000,614

600,999

4,834,000

201,601

346,791■

86

87

88

89

4,157
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99

329

100

59,329




64,035

12,112

Balance in
hands of
comptroller
or receiver.

Amount
returned to
shareholders
in cash.

Amount of
assessment
upon share­
holders.

Amount
of claims
proved.

72,000

$35,023
352,062
185,760
175,952
140,735
227.355
1,935,721
133,112
196.356
254,647

1,169,000

521,524
200,000

36,871
5,849

15,682

35.000
125.000
36.000
160.000
50.000
100,000

3,420

Interest
dividends
(per cent).

3,636,723

$30,000
140.000
132.000
67.000
50.000
............
53,000
26,720
625,000
3,626 ......................
$8,739

39,085

Dividends
(per cent).

21,500
17.000

1,061,598
298,324
392,394
75,175
29,204
118,371
90,424
36.1C
9
261',887
77,104
168,048
70,191
27,801
32,449

583,346

744,500
50,000
130,000
121,750

50,000

156,260
282,370
197,353
128,832
132,461
81,801
21,182
108,385

1 5 ,2 5 1

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

250,000

50,000

206,991
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

100.00
65.57
100.00
100.00
100.00
90.50

10 0 .0 0

100.00
100.00

88.00

60.00
100.00
38.10
40.7285
98.925
60.00
100.00

60
61
62
63
64
65
66

67
68

100.00

69
70
71
72
73

609,765

60,000
50.000

100.00

5,948,150

50,000
200,000

100.00
100.00

50
51
52
53
64
55
56
57
58
59

778,966

500.000
100.000
961,300

81.59
63.60
89.179
100.00
100.00
37.6483

38.50
100.00

1,108, 644

7,651
25,103
40,769

100.00

2,739,079

12,679

$7.00
100.00

829
884
859

160,000
10,000

14,123
7i2*
*2*388'

17 223




100,000

75.000
400.000
25.000
250.000
32,500
100.000

100.00
68.70

100.00

100.00
100.00
100.00
99.133
81.00

100.00
100.00
100.00

74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81

100.00
100.00
100.00

100.00
100.00
100.00

82
83
84

100.00

85

67.405
43.50
65.30

86

87

70.90
80.25

88

57.20’
81.10
33.00
100.00
83.465

90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99

100.00

75.25
95.00
35.00
100.00
69.50

89

100.00
100.00

100.00

74
T ai

Name and location of bank.

102
103
104

Middletown National Bank, Middletown, N. Y ---Farmers National Bank, Bushnell, 111.....................
Schoharie County National Bank, Schoharie, N. Y
Exchange National Bank, Norfolk, V a....................

105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112

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 —
A b in g to n N a t io n a l B a n k , A b in g to n , M a s s .1
FirstNational Bank, Blair, Nebr..............

113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120

First National Bank, Pine Bluff, Ark................
Palatka National Bank, Palatka, Fla..................
Fidelity National Bank, Cincinnati, Ohio..........
Henrietta National Bank, Henrietta, T ex..........
National Bank of Sumter, S .C .............................
First National Bank, Dansville, N. Y ................
First National Bank, Corry, Pa...........................
Stafford National Bank, Stafford Springs, Conn

121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128

Fifth National Bank, St. Louis, Mo..................
Metropolitan National Bank, Cincinnati, Ohio.
First NationalBank, Auburn, N. Y .................
Commercial National Bank, Dubuque, Iowa...
State National Bank, Raleigh, N. C..................
Second NationalBank, Xenia, Ohio..................
Madison National Bank, Madison, S. D ak.......
Lowell National Bank, Lowell, Mich................

101

Date of
organization.

Capital
stock.

June
Feb.
Aug.
May

14,1865
18,1871
9,1865
13,1865

$200,000
50.000
50.000
300,000

Nov.
Nov.
Mar.
Feb.
Nov.
Mar.
July
July

29,1870
22,1864
15,1880
2,1882
3,1864
17,1874
1,1865
7,1882

Receiver
appointed.

Nov.
Dec.
Mar.
Apr.

29,1884
17,1884
23,1885
9,1885

600,000

T o ta l..................................................

Total..............................................................

50.000
100,000

50.000
50.000
100,000
100,000
150,000
50.000

Jan. 4,1886
Jan. 20,1886
Mar. 11,1886
Apr. 8,1886
Apr. 19,1886
May 4,1886
Aug. 2,1886
Sept. 8,1886

650,000
S ep t.18,1882
Nov. 20,1884
Feb. 27,1886
Aug. 3,1883
Nov. 26,1883
Sept. 4,1863
Dec. 6,1864
June 7,1865

Total.............................................................

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
Dec.
June
Jan.
Mar.
June
Jan.
Nov.
June

6JL882
23,1881
13,1864
4,1871
2,1868
1,1864
29,1886
14,1865

300.000
1,000,000
150.000

Total............................................................................ ..........................

1,900,000

129 California National Bank, San Francisco, Cal................. Oct. 26,1886
130 First National Bank, Anoka, Minn................................... Sept. 14,1882

200,000
50,000

Total.
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139

National Bank of Shelbyville, 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, 111......................................
State National Bank, Wellington, Kans...........................
Kingman National Bank, Kingman, Kans......................

140
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
150
151
152
153
154
155
156
157

First National Bank, Alma, Kans.....................................
First National Bank, Belleville, Kans..............................
First National Bank, Meade Center, Kans.......................
American National Bank, Arkansas City, Kans..............
City National Bank, Hastings, Nebr.................................
Peoples National Bank, Fayetteville, N. C......................
Spokane National B ank, Spokane F alls, Wash...............
First NationalBank, Ellsworth, Kans..............................
Second NationalBank, McPherson, Kans.......................
Pratt County NationalBank, Pratt, Kans.......................
Keystone National Bank, Philadelphia, Pa.....................
Spring Garden National Bank, Philadelphia, Pa............
National City Bank, Marshall, Mich.................................
Red Cloud National Bank, Red Cloud, Nebr..................
Asbury Park National Bank, Asbury Park, N. J ...........
Ninth National Bank, Dallas, Tex....................................
First National Bank, Red Cloud, Nebr............................
Central Nebraska National Bank, Broken Bow, Nebr...

15,1887
10,1888
20,1888
2,1888
31,1888
9,1888
23,1888
19,1888

Jan. 14,1889
Apr. 22,1889

250,000
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

Total.




100.000

100,000
150,000
50.000
50.000

Nov.
Feb.
Feb.
Apr.
Mar.
May
June
Sept.

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. 25,1890
Oct. 2,1890

750,000
Aug. 3,1887
Aug. 28,1885
May 5,1887
Mar. 15,1889
Dec. 27,1883
June 27,1872
Jan. 24,1888
Sept. 11,1884
Sept. 16,1887
Sept. 8,1887
July 30,1875
Mar. 13,1886
July 29,1872
May 10,1884
Sept. 17,1887
Sept. 12,1890
Nov. 8,1882
Sept. 28,1888

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

Nov. 21,189C
Dec. 12,189C
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 16,189.
....... do........ .
July 21,189.

Nominal assets at date of
suspension.

Additional
assets
received
since date
Estimated Estimated Estimated of suspen­
sion.
doubtful. worthless.
good.

Total
assets.

Offsets
allowed
and
settled.

Loss on
Nominal
assets com­ value of
pounded or assets re­
sold under turned to
order of
stock­
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

$41,079

1,984,582

1,538,537

1,196,230

421,209

5,140,558

223,370

1,770,402

41,079

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, 7.68
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

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
1,057
68,034
124,580
10,146

133,585
215,238

50,793
15,646
2,464,079
74,171
66,081
17,449
156,586
208, 243

85,912
1,609
32,092
8,791
915,577 . 2,494,511
35,999
12,995
159
37,572
8,397
20,239
66,710
60, 869
119,869

65,573
60,998

44,068
37,585

3,053,048

1,218,085

2,683,216

1,951,991

8,993,340

885,057

4,217,838

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

1,668,902
2,588,897
1,285,710
702,711
475,001
544,578
168,366
174,786

164,276
17,528
53,337
71,172
67,849
13,275
2,001
1,840

582,026
18, 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

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

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
41,535
10, 068
48,396

150,681
352,399
142,377
222,997
71,423
83, 269
783,403
122,798
228, 239

3,019
1,586
1,733
5,600
690
75,645
801
1,541

199,648
122,751 1
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

903,644

217,109

9,234
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

15,128
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

92,344
88,128
72,609
810,671
236,814
261,780
736,953
199,561
169,333
107,954
1,884,795
2,936,662
220, 268
192,499
135,806
592,090
166,097
143,289

129
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

113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120

113,884

1,898
153,262
74,662
38,896
25,775
6,675
342,921
23,319
11,416

105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112

1,364, 895

400,003
83,776

101
102
103
104




1,164,063

161,275
39,557

171,400
45,709

6,498

121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130

131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139

140
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
150
151
152
153
154
155
156
157

76
TA3

Collected
from
Total
Loans paid
assessment collections and other Dividends
upon
from all
disbursepaid,
share­
ments.
sources.
holders.

Legal
expenses.

Receiver’s
salary and
other
expenses.

$684,428
86,263
59,461
2,085,826

$53,425
1,825
5, 010
108,571

$33,922
8,244
16,218

199,533

2,915,978

168, 831

159,586

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
16,888
10,310
6,607
7,324
5,208
4,279

222,693

811,629

16,396

75,640

777
519
1,017

61,379
9,492
2,610,351
86,442
80,120
46,546
161,497
255,495

1,500
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

Nominal
value of
remaining
assets.

$40, 786

$629,931
46,332
79, 289
2,309,369

$159,087
50,000
1,400
168,520

$789,018
96,332
80,689
2,477,889

$17,243
..............
..............
182,290

40,786

101
102
103
104

Collected
from
assets.

3,064, 921

379, 007

3,443,928
148,611
304,008
78,988
65,177
77,305
165,669
198,513
204,047
1,242,318

105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112

148,611
245,704
63,258
28,477
77,305
165,669
198,513
204,047
1,131,584

113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120

74,323
14,251
2,877,728
104,682
82,069
31,798
139,485
263,871

58,304
15,730
36,700

110,734
1,180
319,170
18,135
34,002
34,656

75,503
14,251
3,196,898
104,682
100,204
65,800
174,141
263,871

16,177

82
330,643

101,202

3,588,207

11,803
2,604

14,407
140
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
150
151
152
153
154
155
156
157

72,582

5,534

3,311,322

168,963

160,292

19,446
782,390
5,167
5.810
1,983
1,169
7,284
1,466

1,091,416
400,998
481,966
248,132
172,909
318,554
32,009
93,051

28,906
630
41,754
4,408
2,988
1,810
7,104
1,923

34,751
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

129,137

59,645
32,500

568,102
130,527

59,535
26,881

482,013
87,895

6,001
4,148

16,456
11,603

606,484
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139

333,038

1,174,519
1,391,306
564,998
273,091
186,976
330,471
61,293
100,149

508,457
98,027

129
130

3,995,350

253,919

3,685,458

124

125
126
127
128

407,143

920,600
1,391,306
492,421
228,261
186,976
330,471
35,274
100.149

121
122
123

92,145

698,629

86,416

569,908

10,149

28,059

27.930
105,338
91,741
55,597

26,707
19,948
7,981
42,408
10,353
722

1,177
58,647
31,483
20,344
3,025
3,404
41,906
10,998
1,774

43,289
43,022
58,356

21,347
37,210

54,637
125,286
99,722
98,005
31.465
23.466
512.013
79,666
69,227

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
7,158
3,643
13,029
6,633
11,042

926,811

166 676

1,093,487

172, 758

812,442

28,064

78,560

15,675
36,705
13.990
454,353
46, 703
74,931
493,497
83,297
58,361
49,960
338,885
438,601
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

28,165
41,475
23,341
523,274
75.715
110.109
495.110
94,524
59,141
51,646
580,393
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
32,214
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
i»37,687
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

7,632
3,963
6,674
48,478
6,241
14,781
24,418
10,248
4,370
7.666
55,456
60,177
7,475
i), 610
1,830
23,842
7.667
6,130

21,112

22,744
512,013
58,319
32.017




72,577
44,830
26,019

23,409
39,805
23.195
3,093

66,221

8,202

2,091

77
Inal

Balance in
hands of
comptroller
or receiver,,

Amount
returned to
shareholders
in cash.

Amount of
assessment
upon share­
holders.

Amount
of claims
proved.

$200,000
50.000
50.000
300,000
600,000
$14,850
7,486

$651,274
86,258
140,333
2,897,197

3,329
7,787
8,130
2,489
21,735
195,716

4,316
361

Interest
dividends
(per cent).

3, 775,062

100,000
50.000
50.000

3,149
5,172
75,229
10,074
115,960

Dividends
(per cent).

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

23.95
100. 00

100. 00
100. 00
68. 60
47. 00
100. 00
100. 00
100. 00
100. 00

100. 00
100. 00

101
102

103
104

105
106
107
708
109
110
111
112

100. 00
100. 00
100. 00
100. 00

856,802

50,000

100.00
100.00
42.37
72.00

1,000,000
19,500
50.000
60.000
1,179,500

1,130,254
398,236
848,544
435,319
326,222
311,028
51,012
90,136

113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120

100. 00
100. 00
100. 00
100. 00

5,261,402

300,000

56. 50
100. 00
59. 95
100. 00
100. 00
22.156
92. 75
100. 00

150.000
100.000
100,000
50,000

200,393

700,000
* 75,000
50,000

456,667
108,127

4,097

125,000

606
353
704

143,454
172,292
58,797
75,638
22,436
30,566
465,760
56,745
83,756

1,663

401,500

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

31,089
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

564,794

50.000
100,000
10.000
65.000
12,500
20.000
24.000
40.000
80.000

121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128

100. 00

3,590,751

4,097

96. 60
100. 00
56. 80
57. 00
53. 00
100. 00
63. 20
100. 00

$637

37,500
1,577




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

129
130

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

131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139

140
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
150
151
152
153
154
155
156
157

Name and location of bank.

158
159
160
161
162
163
164

Florence National Bank, Florence, A la ...
First National Bank, Palatka, Fla............
First National Bank. Kansas City, Kans.
Rio Grande National Bank, Laredo, Tex.
First National Bank, Clearfield, Pa..........
F a r le y N a t io n a l B a n k , M o n tg o m e ry^ A l a A .

First National Bank, Coldwater, K ans...

Bate of
organization.

Oct.
July
May
Oct.
Jan.
Bee.
May

3,1889
15,1884
17,1887
28,1889
30,1865
18,1889
9,1887

Bee. 31,1864
Nov. 12,1864
Bee. 2,1885
Bee. 29,1887
July 25,1866
Nov. 21,1884
Oct. 12,1886
Feb. 23,1865
Aug. 25,1890
Apr. 22,1884
Sept. 17,1886
Jan. 16,1883
July 31,1890
Aug. 16,1890
Jan. 15,1889
May 29,1888
July 17,1865

200
201

202
203
204
205
206
207
208
209
210
211
212
213
214
215
216
217
218
219
220
221
222
223

First National Bank, Bel Norte, Colo...............................
Newton National Bank, Newton, Kans............................
Capital National Bank, Lincoln, Nebr..............................
Bankers and Merchants National Bank, Balias, Tex_
_
First National Bank, Little Rock, Ark.............................
Commercial National Bank, Nashville, Tenn..................
Alabama National Bank, M.obile, Ala...............................
First National Bank, Ponca, Nebr.....................................
Second National Bank, Columbia, Tenn..........................
Columbia National Bank. Chicago, 111..............................
Elmira National Bank, Elmira, N. Y ...............................
National Bank of North Bakota, Fargo, N. Dak.............
Evanston National Bank, Evanston, 111...........................
National Bank of Deposit, New York, N. Y ....................
Oglethorpe National Bank, Brunswick, Ga.....................
First National Bank, Lakota, N. B ak ...............................
First National Bank, Cedar Falls, Iowa............................
First National Bank, Brady, Tex......................................
F i r s t N a t io n a l B a n k , A rk a n s a s C it y , K a n s A .....................
Citizens National Bank, Hillsboro, Ohio...........................
First National Bank, Brunswick, Ga................................
C ity N a t io n a l B a n k , B r o w n w o o d , T e x A ..............................
Merchants National Bank, Tacoma, Wash.......................
City National Bank, Greenville, Mich...............................
First National Bank, Whatcom, W ash.............................
Columbia National Bank. New Whatcom, W ash...........
C itize n s N a t io n a l B a n k , S p o k a n e F a l l s , W ash A ................
F i r s t N a t io n a l B a n k , P h illip s b u r g , M o n t A ........................
Linn County National Bank, Albany, Oreg.....................
Nebraska National Bank, Beatrice, Nebr.........................
Gulf National Bank Tampa, Fla.......................................
Livingston National Bank, Livingston, Mont..................
Chemical National Bank, Chicago, 111...............................
B o z e m a n N a t io n a l B a n k , B o z e m a n , M o n t A .......................
Consolidated National Bank, San Diego, Cal...................
First National Bank, Cedartown, Ga................................
Merchants National Bank, Great Falls, Mont..................
State National Bank, Knoxville, Tenn.............................
M o n ta n a N a t io n a l B a n k , H e le n a , M o n t A ..........................
Indianapolis National Bank, Indianapolis, In d ...............
Northern National Bank, Big Rapids, Mich....................
F i r s t N a t io n a l B a n k , G re a t F a l l s , M o n t A ..........................




$60.000 July 23,1891
150.000 Aug. 7,1891
150.000 Aug. 17,1891
100.000 Oct. 3,1891
100,000 Oct. 7,1891
100,000 ....... do............
52,000 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

ioo;ooo
50.000
50.000
125.000
100.000

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

2,450,000

Total,
182
183
184
185
186
187
188
189
190
191
192
193
194
195
196
197
198
199

Receiver
appointed.

3,622,000

Total.
165 Maverick National Bank, Boston, Mass..........
166 Corry National Bank, Corry, Pa.......................
167 Cheyenne National Bank, Cheyenne, W yo—
168 California National Bank, San Diego, Cal.......
169 First National Bank,.Wilmington, N. C.........
170 Huron National Bank, Huron, S. Bak............
171 First National Bank, Downs, Kans.................
172 First National Bank, Muncy, P a ...................
173 Bell County National Bank, Temple, T ex---174 First National Bank, Beming, N. Mex...........
175 First National Bank, Silver City, N. Mex.......
176 Lima National Bank, Lima, Ohio....................
177 National Bank of Guthrie, Okla.......................
178 Cherry vale National Bank, Cherryvale, Kans.
179 First National Bank, Erie, Kans......................
180 First National Bank, Rockwell, Tex...............
181 Vincennes National Bank, Vincennes, Ind__

Capital
stock.

Mar. 18,1890
Jan. 28,1885
June 29,1883
Jan. 21,1890
Apr. 12,1866
July 22,1884
May 13,1871
Jan. 28,1887
Oct. 3,1881
Apr. 23,1887
Aug. 30,1889
Mar. 12,1890
June 29,1892
Aug. 5,1887
July 16,1887
Oct. 23,1889
Sept. 1,1874
Jan. 7,1890
June 30,1885
Sept. 4,1872
Feb. 2,1884
June 17,1890
May 2,1884
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

50.000 Jan. 14,1893
100,000 Jan. 16,1893
300.000 Feb. 6,1893
500.000 ....... do............
500.000 ....... do............
500.000 Apr. 6,1893
150.000 Apr. 17,1893
50.000 May 13,1893
100.000 May 19,1893
1,000,000 May 22,1893
200,000 May 26,1893
250.000 June 6,1893
100.000 June 7,1893
300.000 June 9,1893
150.000 June 12,1893
50.000 June 13,1883
50.000 ....... do............
50.000 ....... do............
125.000 June 15,1893
100.000 June 16,1893
200,000 June 17,1893
150.000 June 20,1893
250.000 June 23,1893
50.000 June 27,1893
50.000 ....... do............
100,000 ....... do...........
150.000 July 1,1893
50.000 July 8,1893
100.000 July 10,1893
100,000 July 12,1893
50.000 July 14,1893
50.000 July 20,1893
1,000,000 July 21,1893
50.000 July 22,1893
250.000 July 24,1893
75.000 July 26,1893
100.000 July 29,1893
100,000 ....... do...........
500.000 Aug. 2,1893
300.000 Aug. 3,1893
100.000 Aug. 5,1893
250,000 ....... do...........

79
Inal

Nominal assets at date of
suspension.

Additional
assets
received
since date
Estimated Estimated Estimated of suspen­
doubtful. worthless.
good.
sion.
$27,436
157,630
86,050
42,152
74,758

$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
Nominal
assets com­ value of
pounded or assets re­
sold under turned to
order of
stock­
holders.
court.
158
159
160
161
162
163
164

$71,035
366,708
206,396
128,373
143, 929

16,121

50,064

19,455

5,219

90, 859

7,091

63,034

2,503,422

3,578,041

3,005,495

1,515,229

10,602,187

490, 847

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

4,747,445
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
360,716
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
20,723
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




20,686

82,151
191,035
56,771
76,439

332,394
37,846
117,582
50,498

$6,498

74,869

124,032
51,094

165
166
167
168
169
170
171
172
173
174
175
176
177
178
179
180
181

249,995

276,576
266,041

328,869

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
207
208
209
210
211

212

83,375

213
214
215
216
217
218
219
220
221

222

223

80
TA3

Nominal
value of
remaining
assets.

$50,419
93,744
99,423
48,205
213,639

158
159
160
161
162
163
164

$54,019
186,071
142,119
65,862
213,639

$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

203
204
205
206
207
208
209
210
211
212

15,835

1,703

18,196

1,318

5,082

4,089,198

852,875

2,629,278

204,076

360,129

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
4,754
11,373

9,207,622

741,488

9,949,110

512,560

8,914,511

175,447

243, 790

14,567
43,317
155,598
58,101
90,268
359,015
21,425
46,335
398,548
73,523

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, 656
13,878
19,236
50,137
35,881
10, 986
9,443
22,483
18, 619
10,992
7,401
6,454

64,304

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

201
202

26,299

941,998

283,522
108,642
24,808
35,526

200

5,565

3,147,202

229,750
263, 760

38,284
34,810

82,443

222

$3,600
92,327
42,696
17,657

Loans paid
Total
collections and other Dividends
from all
disbursepaid,
sources.
ments.

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

9,349

182
183
184
185
186
187
188
189
190
191
192
193
194
195
196
197
198
199

213
214
215
216
217
218
219
220
221

Collected
from
assessment
upon
share­
holders.

20,734
$78,116

165
166
167
168
169
170
171
172
173
174
175
176
177
178
179
180
181

Collected
from
assets.

13,593
31,251
20,600
63,644

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
180,485
87,562 ...................
148,018
15,145
160,338 ...................

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

1,226,401
349,392

454,790
70,633

678,902
229,966

34,095
17,506

58,614
31,287

1,040,172
264,682

223




7,088
51,841
22,880

5,037
82,349
6,362
2,548
2,352

186,229
84,710

5,042
5,314
6,221
7,565

81
inal

Balance in
hands of
comptroller
or receiver.

Amount
returned to
shareholders
in cash.

Amount of
assessment
upon share­
holders.

$3,440

$45,000
150.000
120.000
41,000

37,186

Amount
of claims
proved.

$36,336
283,020
121,357
59,331
149,699

58.00 ,,
50.30
70.00
37.00
100.00
66.00

18, 200
$637

42,203

28,696

69,719
2,731
1,656

102,802

27,354

47,350
103
51,595

Dividends
(per cent).

34,014

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

Apr.
Oct.
MaySept.
100.00 Jan.
Feb.
Nov.

21,000
100,000
50,000

36,250
100,000

16,250
33,986
45,664
226,535

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

100.00

100.00

1,042

30,160

17,500

50,000
100,000
750.000
200.000
48,000
112,500
12,500
50,000
6,000

35.00
100.00
35.00
86.70

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

100.00

100.00

100.00
100.00




1 72

173
174
175
176
177
178
179
180
181

358,055
239,894

68.40
100.00

626,440
237,099
73,098
110,039

17.75
27.90
26.26
18.24

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

93.40

100,000

625,304
30,839
140,931
103,683

79.50
100.00
38.00
100.00

100.00

300.000
100.000

1,112,567
240,802

61.00
95.50

so, 666
100,000

182
183
184
185
186
187
188
189
190
191
192
193
194
195
196
197
198
199
200

100,000

250,000
678

165
166
167
168
169
170
171

10,860,890

50.000
75.000
300.000
105.000
460.000
500.000

90.1666
80.50
61.00
41.80
61.00
52.00
79.00
100.00
70.00
45.50
63.50
100.00

250,000
50.000
50.000
18.000

250

158
159
160
161
162
163
164

6,780,647

400.000
100.000
150.000
500.000
250.000
15,750
9,500

Interest
dividends
(per cent).

ioo.oo

66.50
100.00

100.00

201
202

203
204
205
206
207
208
209
210
211

212

213
214
215
216
217
218
219
220

221
222

223

82
T ai

Name and location of bank.

224
225
226
227
228
229
230
231
232
233
234
235
236
237
238
239
240
241
242
243
244
245
246

F i r s t N a t io n a l B a n k , K a n k a k e e , I I I . 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, T ex.........................
Albuquerque National Bank, Albuquerque, N. Mex_
_
First National Bank, Vernon, Tex....................................
First National Bank, Middlesboro, K y .............................
F i r s t N a t i o n a l B a n k , O r l a n d o , F l a . 1 ...................................
C itize n s N a t i o n a l B a n k , M u n c ie , I n d .1 ...............................
First National Bank, Hot Springs, S. Dak.......................
First National Bank, Marion, Kans..................................
Washington National Bank, Tacoma, Wash..-...............
El Paso National Bank, El Paso, T ex..............................
Lloyds National Bank, Jamestown, N. Dak....................
National Granite State Bank, Exeter, N. H ....................
Chamberlain National Bank, Chamberlain, S. Dak.......
Port Townsend National Bank, Port Townsend, Wash.
F i r s t N a t i o n a l B a n k , F o r t A ngeles, W a s h .1 .......................
First National Bank, Sundance, W yo..............................
First National Bank. North Manchester, Ind..................
Commercial National Bank, Denver, Colo.......................
First National Bank, 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.
Sept.
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
May
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
6,1890
26,1888
13,1886
26,1883
22,1889
28,1877
1,1889
16,1886
20,1878
19,1890
10,1888
14,1871

Buffalo County National Bank, Kearney, Nebr___
First National Bank, Johnson City, Tenn............... .
Citizens National Bank, Madison, S. Dak.................
Citizens National Bank, Spokane Falls, 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 Platte, Nebr..,
Needles National Bank, Needles, Cal....................... .
National Broome County Bank, Binghamton, N. Y,
First National Bank, San Bernardino, Cal.............. .
Dover National Bank, Dover, N. H ......................... .
Browne National Bank, Spokane Falls, Wash....... .
First National Bank, Anacortes, Wash.....................
Holdredge National Bank, Holdredge, Nebr............
National Bank 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 Bank, Ocala, Fla................................
First National Bank, Willimantic, Conn.................
First NationalBank, Port Angeles, Wash.2............
First National Bank, Ida Grove, Iowa 3....................
First National Bank, Pella, Iowa...............................




200,000

60,000
75.000

100,000

175.000
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

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

2,770,000

Total.
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

$50,000

10,910,000

Total,
247 Hutchinson National Bank, Hutchinson, Kans.
248 First National Bank, Spokane, Wash.................
249 Oregon National Bank, Portland, Oreg..............
250 Citizens National Bank, Grand Island, Nebr_
_
251 First National Bank, Fort Payne, Ala................
252 Third National Bank, Detroit, Mich....................
253 First National Bank, Watkins, N. Y ..................
254 First National Bank, Llano, T ex.........................
255 American National Bank, Springfield, Mo.........
256 First National Bank, Sedalia, Mo........................
257 National Bank of Pendleton, Oreg.......................
258 State National Bank, Wichita, Kans..................
259 German National Bank, Denver, Colo................
260 Black Hills National Bank, Rapid City, S. Dak.
261 First National Bank, Arlington, Oreg.................
262 Baker City National Bank, Baker City, O reg...
263 First National Bank, Grant, Nebr.......................
264 Wichita National Bank, Wichita, Kans..............
265 State National Bank, Vernon, T ex......................
266 National Bank of Middletown, P a .......................
267 First National Bank, Kearney, Nebr..................

Capital
stock.

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

83
Inal

Nominal assets at date of
suspension.

Additional
assets
received
since date
Estimated Estimated Estimated of suspen­
good.
doubtful. worthless.
sion.

Total
assets.

Offsets
allowed
and
settled.

Loss on
Nominal
assets com­ value of
pounded or assets re­
sold under turned to
stock­
order of
holders.
court.

$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

59,644
54,198
531,155
266,398
271,937
107,834
49,168
96,652

9,697
96,531
172,365
20,125

83,387
76,220
234,080
67, 229

i4, 593
372
336,900
11,622

3,237
25,292
239,530
4,950

110,914
198,415
982,875
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

3,536,689

31,135,123

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

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
316, 229
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
306,705
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

197,169
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

23,290

7,774

17,438
252,260
3,666
2,299
152,253
3,429
16,946
146,697
19,608
496,149
42,896
49,836
128,094
553,185
11,480
227, 803
4,393
7, 200
43,382
618,677
37,308
30,665
195,275
8,072
204,456
6,111
20, 502
3,042
59,067
189
45,398
637,996
78,977
61,923
392,498
6,943
54,828
242,636
6,596
20,433
203,100
2,348
72,852
3,949
496
4
1,853
143,349
2,449,033
390,515
70,409
91,311
3,105
1,809
10,885
93,858
416
1,112,131
178,831
101,730
13,189
76, 657
2,076
12,956
449,974
43,082
184,181
44,474
581, 240
15,807
73,679
2, 873
6,007
6,007
28,074
26,945
9,494
86,083
8 Formerly in voluntary liquidation.




324,187
131,128
154,176
253,632

23,237

$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
258
259
260
261
262
263
264
265
266
267

281,326

115,566

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

84
T ai

Nominal
value of
remaining
assets.

224
225
226
227
228
229
230
231
232
233
234
235
236
237
238
239
240
241
242
243
244
245
246

Collected
from
assets.

Collected
from
assessment
upon
share­
holders.

Loans paid
Total
collections and other Dividends
from all
disburse­
paid.
sources.
ments.

Legal
expenses.

Receiver's
salary and
other
expenses.

$24,503
15,162
10,284
42,563
51,451
13,174
2,350

$382,141
44,105
168,150
90,305
392,225
104,892
37,727

$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

$4,481
4,511
7,208
4,244
23,566
3,923
3,075

$18,283
7,626
15,553
14,042
26,735
8,919
8,841

51,382
65,130
64,196
229,835
153,501
103,421
37,551
16,828

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, 628
46,669

26,134
25
149,668
10,622

45,926
126,751
438,296
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
32,369
7,611

179,119 12,920,379
247
248
249
250
251
252
253
254
255
256
257
258
259
260
261
262
263
264
265
266
267

$357,638
28,943
157,866
47,742
340,774
91,718
35,377

2,594,237

15,514,616

3,938,406

9,778,449

626,805

999,364

50,863
247,584
165,232
183,454
12,128
142,321
80,689
22,937
102,529
266,699
96,165
91,115
539,958
33,500
64,332
79,090
27,159
299,845
26,955
144,402
77,835

21,818
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

72,681
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

25,613
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

13,380
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

765,675

3,520,467

1,363,649

1,583,602

210,589

359,143

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

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

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

15,514
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
0f249

$51

6,868

25,985

89,509

115,494
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

129,129
4,582

3,108

208,240
2,000




45,281
91,453
14,353
12,641
5,863

1,220
4,648
196,535
20,153
7,174
59,018
10,264
32,742
9,875
1 2 ,725

947,455
37,249
11,603
212,435
4,617
78,526
222,883
2,118
39,969

85
Inal

Balance in
hands of
comptroller
or receiver.

Amount
returned to
shareholders
in cash.

Amount of
assessment
upon share­
holders.

Amount
of claims
proved.

Dividends
(per cent).

500

22,011

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
171,592

$253,267
32,220
189,822
93,853
254,324
96,538

6.000

8,055

$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

$5,005

48,602
98,775
419,341
46,707

52. 05
87. 50
57. 50
90. 167

5,389,500

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

..........

100,000

..................

200,000

1,431
...........
...........

52, 500
50,000
22,000

1,553 ......................
...........
142,500
...........
48,200
...........
85,000
...........
144,000
3,484

2,755

2,872
8,350

4,797




54.47

100.00

19.35

26. 75
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

2,081,700
82,000
50.000
50.000
150.000
164.000
100.000
100,020
40.000
60.000
7,500

50,000
100,000
12,500

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

100. 00
100. 00
45. 50
42. 90
100.00
28.25
70.00
32. 00

50,000

61,853

64.62

100.00
100.00

MaySept.
Jan.
Sept,
Apr.
Dec.
Apr.
Oct.
Jan.
Dec.
Oct.

247
248
249
250
251
252
253
254
255
256
257
258
259
260
261
262

100.00

36.09

263
264
265
266

267

3,761,085

100,000

39,000
206

224
225
226
227
228
229
230
231
232
233
234
235
236
237
238
239
240
241
242
243
244
245
246

14,434,105

94.000
250.000
100.000
60.000
15.000
300.000
50.000
28,500
90.000
250.000

Interest
dividends
(per cent).

93,000

4,000
75.000
230.000
30.000
20.000

300.000

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

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

Name and location of bank,

294 Merchants National Bank, Seattle, Wash---295 Union National Bank, Denver, Colo..............
296 Superior National Bank, West Superior, Wis
297 Puget Sound National Bank, Everett, Wash.
298 Keystone National Bank, Superior, W is.......
299 First National Bank, South Bend, Wash---300 S ta te N a t io n a l B a n k , D e n v e r , C o lo .1 - 2 ...........
301 Kearney National Bank, Kearney, Nebr.......
302 First National Bank, Wellington, Kans.........
303 Columbia National Bank, Tacoma, Wash—

Date of
organization.

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
500.000
135.000
50.000

Mar.
Feb.
Jan.
Oct.
July
Apr.
Nov.
Feb.
Mar.
Jan.
Apr.
Apr.
Apr.
Feb.
Nov.
Apr.
Dec.
Apr.
Dec.
June
Feb.
Apr.
Dec.
Feb.
June
July
July

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
13,1889
30,1878
27,1882
5,1891
9,1881
11,1889
5,1866
4,1889
26,1883
28,1884
7,1884
2,1890

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

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
4,1886
24,1887
28,1886
13,1892
19,1882
13,1875
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

Total.................................................................
331 First National Bank, Garnett, Kans.....................
332 First National Bank, Eddy, N. Mex.....................
333 Second National Bank, Rockford, 111...................
334 Marine National Bank, Duluth, Minn..................
335 First National Bank, Decorah, Iowa.....................
336 Missouri National Bank, Kansas City, Mo...........
337 First National Bank, East Saginaw, Mich...........
338 First National Bank, Tyler, T ex...........................
339 First National Bank; Niagara Falls, N. Y ............
340 National Bank of Illinois, Chicago, 111..................
341 Big Rapids National Bank, Big Rapids, Mich.L.
342 Second National Bank, Grand Forks, N. D a k .. .
343 F i r s t N a t io n a l B a n k , S io u x C it y , I o w a * ................
344 Citizens National Bank, Fargo, N. Dak................
345 Merchants National Bank, Devils Lake, N. Dak.
346 First National Bank. Alma, Nebr.........................
347 Columbia National Bank, Minneapolis, Minn___
348 Dakota National Bank, Sioux Falls, S. D ak........
349 First National Bank, Newport, K y.......................
350 German National Bank, Louisville, K y..............
351 Mutual National Bank, New Orleans, La.............
352 Merchants National Bank, Ocala, Fla..................
353 Moscow National Bank, Moscow, Idaho...............
354 First National Bank, Olympia, Wash...................
355 First National Bank, Franklin, Ohio....................
356 First National Bank, Griswold, Iowa...................
357 National Bank of Potsdam, N. Y ..........................
358 Northwestern National Bank, Great Falls, Mont
359 Merchants National Bank, Jacksonville, Fla.......
360 Union National Bank, Minneapolis, Minn...........
361 The Dalles National Bank, The Dalles, Oreg___
362 City National Bank, Gatesville, Tex.....................
363 Merchants National Bank, Helena, Mont.............




50.000
300.000
100.000

50.000
350,000

June
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Sept.
Oct.
Oct.

19,1895
2,1895
6,1895
7,1895
15,1895
17,1895
24,1895
19,1895
25,1895
30,1895

5,235,020

Total.
304 First National Bank, Orlando, Fla.3.................................
305 Bellingham Bay National Bank, New Whatcom, Wash.
306 Chattahoochee National Bank, Columbus, Ga.................
307 German National Bank, Lincoln, Nebr............................
308 Fort Stanwix National Bank, Rome, N. Y ......................
309 Farmers National Bank, Portsmouth, Ohio.....................
310 Humboldt First National Bank, Humboldt, Kans........
311 Grand Forks National Bank, Grand Forks, N. Dak......
312 First National Bank, Bedford CRy, V a............................
313 National Bank of Jefferson, T e x ......................................
314 Sumner National Bank. Wellington, Kans......................
315 First National Bank, Cneney,Wash.................................
316 Kittitas Valley National Bank, Ellensburg,Wash.........
317 First National Bank, Hillsborough, Ohio.........................
318 A m e r ic a n N a t io n a l B a n k , D e n v e r , C o lo A ...........................
319 First National Bank, Minot, N. D ak................................
320 Yates County National Bank, Penn Yan, N . Y ..............
321 First National Bank, Lamed, Kans..................................
322 Citizens National Bank, San Angelo, Tex........................
323 Sioux National Bank, Sioux City, Iowa...........................
324 American National Bank, New Orleans, L a....................
325 First National Bank, Helena, Mont..................................
326 Bennett National Bank, New Whatcom, Wash................
327 First National Bank, Springville, N. Y ............................
328 First National Bank, Mount Pleasant, Mich....................
329 First National Bank, Ithaca, Mich...................................
330 City National Bank, Tyler, Tex.........................................

200.000

Receiver
appointed.

85.000 Nov. 29,1895
60.000 Dec. 5,1895
100,000 Dec. 7,1895
100,000 Dec. 19,1895
150.000 Feb. 8,1896
250.000 ....... d o............
60,000 Feb. 15,1896
200.000 Apr. 28,1896
50.000 May 2,1896
100,000 June 24,1896
100,000 June 26,1896
50.000 June 27,1896
50.000 July 18,1896
100,000 July 22,1896
500.000 July 25,1896
50.000 Aug. 12,1896
50.000 Aug. 17,1896
50.000 Aug. 26,1896
100.000 Sept. 9,1896
300.000 ....... do............
200.000 Sept. 10,1896
800,000 Sept. 11,1896
50.000 Sept. 19,1896
50.000 Oct. 3,1896
50.000 Oct. 7,1896
50.000 Oct. 14,1896
100,000 Oct. 17,1896
3,805,000
50.000
50.000

Nov. 9,1896
Nov. 10,1896

75.000
250.000

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

200,000 ....... do............
200,000 Nov. 11,1896

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

87
Inal

Nominal assets at date of
suspension.

Additional
assets
received
since date
Estim ated Estim ated Estim ated of suspension.
doubtful. worthless.
good.

Total
assets.

Offsets
allowed
and
settled.

Loss on
Nominal
assets com­ value of
pounded or assets re­
sold under turned to
stock­
order 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

$232, 766
991,223
16,173
50,689
36, 722
25,522

$774,460
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

2,800,631

14,959,604

1,217,294

7,127, 785

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
1,003,147
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
1, 405
79
915
79,193

126, 912
146,461
223, 827
176,110
192,676
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

66,61.8
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
50,059
188,559

4,096,963

4, 792,160

3,187,315

2,126,995

14,203,433

988,162

7,603,368

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
35,682
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
156
7,132,812
72,368
76,167

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
619,922

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
67,503
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
373,827
52,953
19,650
7,407
51,068
56,449
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
1,187, 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

302,625
5,605
133,388
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




$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

114,048

134,602

41, 940

247,012
47,564
29,850

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

88

T ai

Nominal
value of
remaining
assets.

294
295
296
297
298
299
300
301
302
303

25,022
283, 052
270, 793

12,363
2,915

9
594,154

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
share­
holders.

Total
Loans paid
collections and other Dividends
disburse­
paid.
from all
sources.
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

$402,072
1,390,857
118,256
64,485
139,356
53,313

$206,484
448,620
8,673
4,247
33,376
20,499

$155,599
730,557
100,285
52,815
89,052
17,255

$11,114
42,624
2,783
2,866
4,127
5,572

$28,624
51,640
6,515
4,289
12,801
9,987

69,054
52,989
77,181

$4,000

351,109
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

81, 981
79, 489
220,349

46,523
20,212
41,520

24,994
37,872
127,154

2,899
5,445
31,541

7,565
10, 824
20,134

6,050,197

1,277,956

7,328,153

2,119, 731

4,159,027

324,281

544,063

54,872
66,994
129,802
32, 265
494,859
168,178
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, 815
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
30,957
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
4,372
152,180
68,674
371,541
11,344
8,828
4,873

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

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

2,547
7,954
5,349
3,483
4,397

8,644
14,906
3,582
8,953
20,809
31,889
64, 718
9,973
14,624
11,605
12, 751
14, 499

4,903, 701

1, 297,095

6,200, 796

2,353, 285

3,139,236

208,032

411,569

16,200
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
149,866
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
12,439

505,520
10,470
13,342
280, 947
206,287
486,965
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

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

$329,892
1,029,189
118, 256
51,985
107,685
41,873

$72,180
361,668

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
486,965
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




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

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

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, 725

89
inal

Amount
returned to
shareholders
in cash.

Amount of
assessment
upon share­
holders.

$117,416

Balance in
hands of
comptroller
or receiver.

$150,000
500,000

$251

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

77.00
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

6,078,734

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

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

50, 000
50,000

100,000

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

26.00
27.70
100.00
91.00
78.00
23.10
39.00
82.30
31. 20
86.20
100'. 00
32.75

2,773,400

6,724,263

18,000
110,000
156.000
75.000
250.000
100.000
200,000
14.000
1,000,000

41,505
51,215
290,771
197,136
224,862
1,005,594
294,788
307,692
95,143
11,585,189
19,086
135,612

100.00
100.00
98.40
65.50
46.50
74.00
100.00
58.50
100.00
100.00
51.20
97.50

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

71.20
100.00
3.70
100.00
88.40
87.50
100.00
82.80
23.80
39.40
97.15
80.00
82.00
90.90
100.00
71.40
95.77
100.00
100.00
66.00

268

251

4,188
9,012

10,601
13,101

1,442
2,110
46,702
1,518

88,674
12,158
8,304
27,240
3,178

20,000
225.000
200.000
800,000
35.000
50.000
17.000

50,000
100,000
24,463
5,000

Interest
dividends
(per cent).

9,587
4,997
6,823
7,210
2,976
2,207
132,326
344
1,324




50.000
120,000
50.000
145,870
70.000
100,000
75.000
44.000
50.000
50.000
140,000
100,000
250,000
350,666

294
295
296
297
298
299
300
301
302
303

26.05
100.00
100.00

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

100.00

100.00

100.00
16.30

100. 00

48.02

100.00
100.00
100.00

Mar.
Oct.
May
Apr.
Oct.
June
Aug.
Sept.
May
Sept.
Apr.
Dec.
Mar.

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

Name and location of bank.

366
367
368

Date of
organization.

First National Bank, Orleans, Nebr..................................
Keystone National Bank, Erie, P a................................
Merchants and Miners Nat’l Bank, Phillipsburg, Mont...
First National, Asheville, N. C................ .........................
First National Bank, Benton Harbor, Mich.....................

May 19,1885
Oct. 19,1864
Feb. 1,1893
Dec. 4,1885
Mar. 15,1890

Total
369
370
371
372
373
374
375

July
Jan.
June
Sept.
Jan.
H a m p s h ir e C o u n t y N a t io n a l B a n k , N o r t h a m p t o n ,M a s s .1 . . Apr.
State National Bank, Logansport, Ind.2........................... Dec.

7,1887
20,1886
14,1887
30,1887
9,1883
6,1864
7,1881

Total
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, K ans_
_
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, V t............
Somerset National Banking Co., Somerset, K y.
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, V t___
Le Mars National Bank, Le Mars, Iowa___
First National Bank, Vancouver, Wash_
_
Pynchon National Bank, Springfield, Mass

405
406

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, Ashbury Park, N. J .......................
First National Bank of Florida, Jacksonville, F la............
Southport National Bank, Southport, Conn....................
Navesink National Bank, Red Bank, N. J.......................
Citizens National Bank, Beaumont, Tex..........................
Groesbeck National Bank, Groesbeck, T ex......................
Packard National Bank, Greenfield, Mass........................
B o liv a r N a t io n a l B a n k , B o liv a r , P a .1. . *............................
F e d e r a l N a t io n a l B a n k , P it ts b u r g h , P a . 1 ............................
F i r s t N a t io n a l B a n k , A lle g h e n y , P a . 1 .................................

$50,000
150.000
50.000
100.000

50.000

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

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..........................

376
377
378
379
380
381
382
383
384
385
386
387

Capital
stock.

100,000

50.000
500.000
50.000
50.000
250.000
200.000

1,200,000
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
§, 1873
8,1864
30,1885
17,1886

Oct.
July
Mar.
Feb.
June
Mar.

25,1864
30,1889
25,1865
25,1885
29,1900
31.1865

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

500.000
300.000
100.000
100,000

Total..................................................................................... .............. .

1,760,000

First National Bank of Belmont, Ohio............................. Mar. 18,1893
Hancock National Bank, Boston, Mass.2.......................... July 15,1865

50,000
400,000

Total.............................................................

850.000

Total......................................................

Seven th N a t io n a l B a n k , N e w Y o r k , N . Y . 1.

City National Bank, Buffalo, N. Y .............
F i r s t N a t io n a l B a n k , A u s t i n , T e x .1 ..............
Eufaula National Bank, Eufaula, Ala.........

Total.

200,000

300.000
1,000,000
100.000
50,000
150,000

Dec.
Dec.
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.




50.000 Nov. 3,1898
100,000 Nov. 4,1898
50.000 ....... do............
50.000 Nov. 5,1898
100,000 Nov. 16,1898
50.000 Mar. 4,1899
150.000 June 6,1899
50.000 July 8,1899
50.000 Sept. 5,1899
50.000 rSept. 18,1899
100.000 Oct. 19,1899
50.000 Oct. 28,1899

200,000

50.000
100,000
60.000
100,000
50,000

200,000

Feb. 25,1902
Apr. 4,1902

450,000
Apr.
July
Feb.
Aug.
Dec.
Mar.
May
Mar.
May
Feb.
Nov.
Jan.

30.1873
2,1899
4,1886
24,1874
29,1864
19,1891
31,1901
22,1890
17,1875
24,1902
16,1901
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. 29,1903
50.000 Aug. 22 1903
100,000 Oct. 1,1903
30.000 .......d o ...........
2,000, 000 Oct. 21,1903
350,000 Oct. 22,1903
3,480,000

91
inal

Additional
assets
received
since date
Estimated Estimated Estimated of suspen­
sion.
doubtful. worthless.
good.
Nominal assets at date of
suspension.

Offsets
allowed
and
settled.

Total
assets.

Loss on
Nominal
assets com­ value of
pounded or assets re­
sold under turned to
order of
stock­
court.
holders.

$7,219
116,234
9,259
21,514
46,597

$32,549
426,436
42,170
52,969
81,685

$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

$83,347
496,728
3,099
94,828
13,875

$78,499

11,700,832

8,787,653

8,664,997

10,425,563

39,579,045

2,448,490

14,630,119

602,963

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
499,738
3,268
41,478
79,519
27,116

169,922
189,590
3,749,845
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

724,426

5,395,131

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
20,283
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

85

85

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
220,768
102,607
25, 797
137,247
755,664

324,152
46,135
94,854
17,525
114, 686
101,198
942,113

3,090,031

1,129,594

182, 081

40,688

4,840,255

2,810,945

134,036
127

115,915
151,803

98,555
82,129
410,170

23,496

48,771

97,347
38,235
77

180,589
96,940

365,868

726,513
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
43,014
26,546

3,333,087
509,758
8,437,439
509,623
200, 299
599,900

223,705
261,820
42,698
9,627
19,2L6

1,743
445,526
1,107,394
220,932
13,059
380,201

1,052,857

1, 740, 629

1,909,880

13,590,086

557,056

2,168,855

2,115,822

102,279
16, 064
45,157
13,755
78,303
10,928
8,482

88,721
15,889
100,120
21,736
33,007
25,864
111,924

800,488
118,812
460,899
155,623
251,593
275,237
1,818,183

66,859
3,227
26,395
9,129
9,424
7,119
39,884

34,491
1,114
88,656
11,561
155,816
37,879
111,428

140,204

550,589

4,910,418

324,038

867,770

101,639

46,056

370,464

27, 654

162,114

516,811

993,906

9,161,917

513,729

1,470,829

34,158
129,994

16,031
22,007

300,140
303,931

13,703

88,339
189, 240

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

376
377
378
379
380
381
382
383
384
385
386
387

1,062,965

49, 412

388
389
390
391
392
393
394
395
396
397
398
399
400
401
402
403
404

49, 412
405
406

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
89,577
53,241
70,476
53,038
8,105
26,834
9,471

3,897,798
115,426
547,990
461,762
361,665
522,374
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

498,463

7,307,882

882,323

942,986 1

601,158




3 Second failure.

96,191
21,950

407
408
409
410
411
412
413
414
415
416
417
418

92
T ai

$36,451
224,340
306,180

369
370
371
372
373
374
375

Collected
from
assessment
upon
share­
holders.

Total
collections
from all
sources.

$7,545
236,994
25,471
23,165
113,790

$13,080
84,525
34,800
2,417

$20,625
321,519
60,271
25,582
113,790

21,591,293

2,298,825
11,906
17,974
178,058

3,976,450

364
365
366
367
368

Collected
from
assets.

71,367
101,966
3,120,862
19,633
42,528
589,198
30,896

Nominal
value of
remaining
assets.

78,383
196,004
88,663
67,553
369,093
25,843
182,769
144,295
104,032
100,530

Loans paid
and other Dividends
paid.
disburse­
ments.

Legal
expenses.

Receiver’s
salary and
other
expenses.

$1,799
34,355
1,804
3,334
14,731

$7,536
245,577
53,229
12,827
86,197

$5,946
10,718
1,374
1,834
2,859

$5,344
30,869
3,864
7,587
9,308

23,890,118

4,389,729

18,123,521

406,169

721,867

83,273
119,940
3,298,920
19,633
56,960
589,198
30,896

1,361
14; 956
754,462
721
23,699
7,843
21,980

79,211
83,432
2,195,334
10,099
20,199
508,910

20
5,788
91,532
2,529
2,918
3,426
1,660

2,681
15,764
97,563
4,657
10,144
6,399
3,356

222,370

4,198,820

825,022

2,897,185

107,873

140,564

39,257
62,832
11,348
2,330
69,382
801

1,516
29,563
15,974
524
71,229
10,200
15,183
12,263
714
21,667
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
3,562
3,443
4,008

14,432

85

18,100
6,296
10,311

117,640
258,836
100, Oil
69,883
438,475
26,644
182, 769
144,295
104,032
118,630
6,296
10,396

5,718

882

15,942
20,150
6,619
6,161
20,686
6,687
7,772
13,938
7,016
7,683
1,446
3,796

1,357,250

220,657

1,577,907

183,683

1,151,023

59,478

117,896

2,044,654
64,232
6,015,368
245,993
177,613
200,483

116,869
979,021
92,837
6,383
135,462

2,044,654
181,101
6,994,389
338,830
183,996
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

8,748,343

1,330,572

10,078,915

4,175,412

5,694,213

66,749

108,114

12,092

306
168,713

483,319
65,059
345,848
134.933
86,553
229.933
1,498,158

65,149
44,433
35,850
16,140
40,323

495,411
65,059
410,997
179,366
122,403
246,073
1,538,481

113,825
9,291
34,943
79,224
27,632
2,712
353,507

337,310
45,858
332,202
85,125
75,971
227.070
1,056,782

10,911
1,304
20,782
4,179
7,537
2,750
10,253

30,130
2,455
23,070
10,838
6,383
11,971
35,800

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

394,173

6,733,774

431, 682

7,165,456

1,394,123

5,374,734

98,410

200,214

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

428,434

19,512

344,552

6,123

14,241

407
408
409
410
411
412
413
414
415
416
417
418

2,735,808
61,529
370,261
192,981
272,122
411,016
242,624
127,254
304,241
93, 597

22,280
10,640
66,233
42,138
60,862
13,734

2,735,808
61,529
392,541
203,621
338, 355
453,154
303,486
140, 988
304,241
93,597

484,939
178
104,598
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
18,446
21,888
23,398
16,102
22,970
7,364
5,046
6,990

4,811,433

215,887

5,027,320

1,033,180

3,634, 734

100,666

185,050

376
377
378
379
380
381
382
383
384
385
386
387

2,500
101,540
6,117

110,157
388
389
390
391
392
393
394
395
396
397
398
399
400
401
402
403
404

215,819

16,714

53,268

69,982




4,892
8,180
45,207
20,840
7,365
21,630 .

Balance in
hands of
comptroller
or receiver.

Amount
returned to
shareholders
in cash.

$695
S5,000

243,832

160,029
1,627
62,620
3,900
228,176
7,032

53,400

Amount of
assessment
upon share­
holders.

Amount
of claims
proved.

$43,000
150.000
40,000
100.000

$38,952
446,505
49,743
175,726
81,660

4,000,870

71,250
101,748
1,881,341
10,035
63,725
497,889

50,000

20.00
55.00
100.00
7.30
100.00

100.00
. 82.00
100.00
100.00
32.70
100.00

620,000

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
150.000
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
18,000
100,000
60,000
100,000
30.000
98.000

315,579
45,222
395,823
119,618
122,403
227,070
1,048,708

100.00
100.00
82.50
71.50
60.00
100.00
100.00

300,000

3,332,348
160,995

806,000
50.000
90.000

217,294
128,371

44,006

140,000

345,665

53.000
50.000
83.000
50.000
100,000
50.000

2,041,789
53,556
259,098
239,577
189,715
301,224
277,288
119,216
238,929
74,601

386,000

3,794,993

376
377
378
379
380
381
382
383
384
385
386
387

5,767,766

1,971
42,035

100.00

74.60

15,836

87.40

92.25

100,000

2,561
10,763
5,651

4,880
1,570
82,139

44,611
3,857
10,010
4,549
4,345
4,314
274

1,730

100.00

369
370
371
372
373
374
375

5,579,842

3,235
6,151

1,730

100.00
100.00
100.00

364
365
366
367
368

1,518,124

6,321

82,139

100.00

39.25

50.000
50.000
50.000
21.000
21,000

65,827

9,131

100.00

2,625,988

50.000
90.000
50.000
2.500
100,000
4.500

5,395

9,131

Interest
dividends
(per cent).

19,576,398

20,000
50,000
500,000

Dividends
(per cent).

71,960




100.00
76.25
100.00
96.50
100.00
81.00

98.10
100.00

100.00
100.00
100.00

80.77
100.00

100.00

388
389
390
391
392
393
394
395
396
397
398
399
400
401
402
403
404

405
406

__ .
100.00
100.09
96.50 !
51.20
100.09
86.00
95.3 J
55.00
100.00
100.00

■ ..—

-

----

•
—

100.00
100.00
22.40

100.00
100.00

407
408
409
410
411
412
413
414
415
416
417
418

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Name and location of bank.

Date of
organization.

419 First National Bank, Victor, Colo...................................... Sept. 25,1900
420 Farmers National Bank, Henrietta, Tex.......................... July 3,1889
421 Indiana National Bank. Elkhart, Ind............................... Jan. 7,1893
422 First National Bank, Storm Lake, Iowa........................... Dec. 1,1881
423 Citizens National Bank, McGregor, T ex........................... July 18,1900
424 Equitable National Bank, New York, N. Y .................... June 2,1902
425 American Exchange National Bank, Syracuse, N . Y — Apr. 12,1900
426 First National Bank, Matthews, In a................................. Oct. 24,1901
427 Galion National Bank, Galion, Ohio................................. Nov. 2,1886
428 First National Bank, Billings, Okla.1................................ Sept. 10,1901
429 Orange Growers National Bank, Riverside, Cal.............. June 13,1903
430 National Bank of Holdenville, In d . Ter........................... Mar. 7,1901
431 Capitol National Bank, Guthrie, Okla.............................. Mar. 9,1892
432 First National Bank, Macon, Ga........................................ Dec. 9,1865
433 First National Bank, Cape May, N . J............................... May 29,1901
434 Elk City National Bank, Elk City, Okla.......................... Mar. 17,1902
435 Medina National Bank, Medina, N . Y .............................. Feb. 19,1895
436 First National Bank, Grinnell, Iowa................................. Jan. 15,1886
437 Peoples National Bank, Swanton, V t................................ Mar. 7,1894
438 First National Bank, Claysville, Pa................................. Mar. 27,1890

$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

Receiver
appointed.

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. 4,1904
May 16,1904
May 24,1904
May 28,1904
June 22,1904
July 27,1904
Aug. 18,1904
Oct. 11,1904

1,535,000

Total.
439 Berlin National Bank, Berlin, Wis.......................
440 Wooster National Bank, Wooster, Ohio...............
441 Big Bend National Bank, Davenport, Wash___
442 Citizens National Bank, Oberlin, Ohio.................
443 First National Bank, Conneaut, Ohio................. .
444 First National Bank, Faribault, Minn................ .
445 American National Bank, Abilene, Tex............. .
446 First National Bank, Nederland, Tex..................
447 First National Bank, Cornwall, N. Y ...................
448 First National Bank, Lexington, Okla................
449 First National Bank, Barberton, Ohio.................
450 First National Bank, Ladysmith, Wis................
451 Fredonia National Bank* Fredonia, N . Y .......... .
452 Vigo County National Bank, Terre H au te,In d ..
453 First National Bank, Topeka, Kans....................
454 Spring Valley National Bank, Spring Valley, 111.
455 First National Bank, Toluca, III.......................... .
456 City National Bank, Kansas City, Mo................ .
457 Minot National Bank, Minot, N . Dak.................
458 First National Bank, Orrville, Ohio.................... .
459 Peoria National Bank, Peoria, 111.........................
460 Enterprise National Bank, Allegheny, Pa...........

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

Feb.
Nov.
May
Oct.
Mar.
Mar.
Oct.

25,1865
28,1903
6,1903
7,1898
21,1865
27,1893
20,1870

Total.

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

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

461
462
463
464
465
466
467
468

Farmers National Bank, Kingfisher, 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, P a ...
First National Bank, Chelsea, Mass...................................
Bates National Bank, Butler, Mo......................................

469
470
471
472
473
474
475

Farmers and Drovers National Bank, Waynesburg, P a ..
First National Bank, Scotland, S. Dak.............................
Fort Dallas National Bank, Miami, Fla............................
First National Bank, Dresden, Ohio.................................
F i r s t N a t io n a l B a n k , B r o o k ly n , N . Y 2.............................
Farmers and Merchants N. B., Mount Pleasant, P a___
First National Bank, Chariton, Iowa................................

Total,

25.000
25.000

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
25.000 Mar.
30.000 Apr.
25.000 May
300,000 Aug.
50.000 Sept.
200,000

1,1905
24,1905
1905
27,1906
24,1906
2,1906
17,1906
20,1906

2D,

680,000

Total,




Capital
stock.

200,000

25.000
100,000

50.000
300,000
50.000
50.000
775,000

i Formerly in voluntary liquidation.

Dec.
Feb.
July
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

12,1906
4,1907
5,1907
15,1907
25,1907
29,1907
31,1907

Nominal assets at date of
suspension.

Additional
assets
received
since date
Estimated Estimated Estimated of suspen­
sion.
good.
doubtful. worthless.

Total
assets.

Offsets
allowed
and
settled.

Loss on
Nominal
assets com­ value of
pounded or assets re­
sold under turned to
order of
stock­
holders.
court.

$219,978
61,643
208,572
43,032
36,011
203,308
181,353
68,659
335,236

$13/, 548
30,302
421,100
94,559
13,313
71,512
183,445
11,735
908

$34,672
10,837
65,076
32,586
10,087
5,731
75,747
20,801
27,168

$365,338
212,025
863,030
259,065
138,762
455,614
720,505
144,385
513,608

$31,740
39,352
49,173
14,917
52,260
37, 638
81,752
5,886
27,755

16,000
575,517
619,171
4,097
25,658
198,988
23,460
82,016
120,829

12,127
48,991
239,884
33,979
42,994
11,056
227,303
182,265
36,585
36,107

41,090
30,754
336,736
117,574
1,656
2,400
21,961
50,241
28,931
47,076

602,736
219,628
1,479,167
1,113,308
70,529
61,552
510,998
475,531
215,327
313,174

1,630
45,480
161,766
45,496
11,947
1,755
15,460
12,346
6,032
3,076

100,135
358,592
195,270
27,124
23,101
251,228
199,195
42,595
118,591

2,935,706

3,125,739

1,711,713

961,124

8,734,282

645,461

2,731,133

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
68,538
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
85,658
1,552
115,728
371,045

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
251,408
57,653
1,402,876
2,570,574

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
302,667

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
950,458

6,272,377

5,658,029

1,831,418

1', 546,027

15,307,851

1,345,793

4,306,584

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

7,206
3,405
31,513
1,801
12,107
1,591
78,836
23,795

31,807
62,295
503,574
114,458
161,010
67,484
1,233,093
236,687

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
52,479

13,882

822,034

616,501

811,619

160,254

2,410,408

223,957

920,324

13,882

4,991,539
124,410
828,009
375,483

546,299
13,720
53,717
6; 842

1,409,939
80,789
441,477
154,191

419
420
421
422
423
424
425
426
427
428
429
430
431
432
433
434
435
436
437
438

313,452

4,235
25,093
204,186
58,437
57,703
33,359
348,712
90,309

$97,140
109,243
168,282
8 8 ,8 8 8

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

102,211

$67, 430
79,770
532,540
120,061
23,368

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

2,032,851
5,223
150,908
80,830

305,596
444,451

366,349
164,565

850
137,488

75,360
242,903

748,155
989,407

38,207
100,496

260,515
56,475

1,835,260

3,180,535

453,133

2,588,075

8,057,003

759,281

2,403,386




2 Restored to solvency.

$157,072

265,874
100,630

140,688

297,760

130,687

182,765

439
440
441
442
443
444
445
446
447
448
449
450
451
452
453
454
455
456
457
458
459
460

461
462
463
464
465
466
467
468

469
470
471
472
473
474
475

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le

No. 30.— Insolvent national banks, dates o f organization, appointm ent o f 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
438

Collected
from
assets.

$43,424

$266,168
92,903
281, 317
124,087
63^134
260,904
372,879
37,869
216,800

Collected
Total
Loans paid
from
assessment collections and other Dividends
upon
from all
disburse­
paid.
sources.
ments.
share­
holders.

Legal
expenses.

Receiver’s
salary and
other
expenses.

$266,168
124,487
346,354
134,287
69,934
260,904
467,404
51,932
241,744

$27,284
19,805
16,935
74,898
1,951
50,549
154,541
24,791
50,957

$217,545
88,204
295,4,31
37,786
60,231
174,263
259, 552
22,409
159,020

$2,475
2,019
6,934
6,639
1,646
3,961
23,818
715
13,144

$18,864
7,115
27,054
14,964
5,086
8,904
29, 465
3,987
18,623

33
16,502
305,539
91,607
208
16,008
85,554
6,075
21,544
6,802

552,873
36,056
632,180
635,807
28,071
16,673
148,179
290,220
77,698
217,308

253
6,722
21,407
17,666

6,700
60,004
8,500
47,464

601,106
76,273
1,000, 640
866,618
31,458
36,696
251,010
323,994
109,466
238,971

15
3,239
3,657
1,085
3,452

3,185
16,993
41,514
18,002
3,058
4,000
14,038
24,042
9,139
11,409

4,950,770

548,646

5,499,416

971,583

3,949,506

118,968

279,442

133,880
271,351
395,334
254,580
91,262
389,892
166,691
7,450
29,189
19,524
174,156
29,816
648,527
1,038,575
1,443,358
194,270
245,317
1,150,688
174,745
12,230
1,108,047
1,317,449

33,465
67,252
28,282
47,171
25,689
26,379
22,349
3,402

177,611

167,345
338,603
423,616
301,751
116,951
416,271
189,040
10,852
29,189
25,524
190,353
37,244
715,367
1,038,575
1,465,233
208,268
295,842
1,150,688
176,745
20,870
1,108,047
1,495,060

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
472.376

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
928,133

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
36,648

9,778
13,471
19,989
12,685
11,075
19,296
12,230
2,046
2,903
7,818
8,986
5,442
29,982
31,182
23,094
15,079
15,447
11,795
29,381
1,840
23,122
57,903

45,691

9,296,331

625,103

9,921,434

2,295,568

7,060,687

174,226

364,544

16,736

23,169

16,422
38,458
265,590
78,537
89,301
37,376
569,912
116,744

10,683
10,995
5,327
13,543
155,366
29,395

16,422
38,458
276,273
89,532
94,628
50,919
725,278
146,139

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
96,832

409
225
3,762
2,427
4,414
2,548
13,506
23,854

1,859
6,086
23,120
5,567
11,166
6,541
42,313
21,116

39,905

1, 212,340

225,309

1,437,649

270,674

974,927

51,145

117,768

1,704,385

1,330,916
29,901
332,815
214,450

149,271
28,110
45,370

1,480,187
35,902
360,925
259,820

264,775
9,098
101, 635
35,984

1,050,710
18,891
207, 432
194,978

50,846
2,319
10,627
8,961

58,821
5,594
41,231
19,897

143,176

449,433
689,260

44,636
50,000

494,069
739,260

36,614
33,384

428,517
628,121

8,138
53,031

20,800
24,724

1,847,561

3,046,775

323,388

3,370,163

481,490

2,528,649

133,922

171,067

65,734
109,158

439
440
441
442
443
444
445
446
447
448
449
450
451
452
453
454
455
456
457
458
459
460

461
462
463
464
465
466
467
468

469
470
471
472
473
474
475

995
"6,61.0
21^773
*16,’095

218

601,106
74?, 013
958,809
731,854
31,458
36,696
244,310
263,990
100,966
191,507




$31,584
65,037
10,200

6,800
94,525
14,033
24,944
2,260
41,831
134,764

6 ,0 0 0

16,197
7,428
66,840
21,875
13,998
50,525
2,000

8,640

6,001

121

Balance in
hands of
comptroller
or receiver.

Amount
returned to
shareholders
in cash.

Amount of
assessment
upon share­
holders.

$7,344

$42,000
100,000
50.000
10.000

Amount
of claims
proved.

Dividends
(per cent).

44,762
103,536

28

179,889

6,571
7,146

i2 ,692
26,409

552,873
133,508
415,858
620,782
27,528
16,673
329,287
337,215
131, 761
209,962

100.00
27.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
100.00
45.00
86.00
59.83
100.00

1,021,000

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

10,037,230

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

134,000
25.000
60.000
50,000
100,000
200,000

25.000
50.000
25.000
100,000
300.000
50,000
100.000
19.000
25.000

2,360
720
20,055

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
100.00
100.00
78.00
100.00
35.65
100.00
100.00
100.00
90.40
50.00
87.00
92.60
76.50

55,035




460,000

1,570,613
96,432
501,479
216,643

60.00
20.30
41.50
90.00

531,031
1,311,365

80.70
47.87

475,000

4,227,563

Sept.
May
Mar.
Sept.
May
Nov.
Oct.
Sept.
Oct.
Jan.
Jan.
Apr.
Sept.
May
Oct.
Nov.
Dec.
Oct.
Sept.
Apr.

66.00

100.00

6.00
100.00

100.00
100.00

31,1911
30,1908
30,1909
30,1913
30,1909
30,1911
31,1910
12,1909
13,1905
12,1912
11,1909
13,1912
31,1912
2,1909
30,1909
15,1912
10,1911
30,1906
17,1913
24,1907
13,1907
31,1916

439
440
441
442
443
444
445
446
447
448
449
450
451
452
453
454

456
457
458
459
460

Jan.
Dec.
Nov.
Juno
Mar.
Mar.
May
May

100.00
100.00

419
420
421
422
423
424
425
426
427
428
429
430
431
432
433
434
435
436
437
438

Dec.
Sept.
Oct.
June
Sept.
Sept.
Mar.
July
Oct.
June
June
Mar.
Oct.
June
Sept.
June
Aug.
June
Feb.
Sept.
Nov.
Oct.

100.00

30,1908
9,1905
31,1910
30,1911
7,1906
25,1904
31,1916
30,1905
31,1913
24,1905
31,1905
29,1915
30,1915
12,1906
11,1904
27,1906
31,1906
31,1910
30,1908
13,1907

17,1907
31,1906
30,1911
30,1909
3,1910
31,1910
31,1913
7,1915

461
462
463
464
465
468
467
468

Sept.
Oct.
Aug.
Feb.
Oct.
Apr.

30,1909
31,1912
31,1910
10,1908
31,1910
29,1915

469
470
471
472
473
474
475

455

1,107, 727

200,000
25.000
100,000
50.000
50.000
50.000

23,135
55,035

Finally
closed.

4,762,392

50.000
100/000
50.000
60.000
50.000
50.000
75.000
6,250

1,020
23,227

100.00
98.15
47.60
29.00
98.60
100.00
95.00
30.00
50.25

50.000
100,000
■50,000
50.000

$28

$236,796
89,869
620,752
139,455
61,088
170,849
268,895
75,191
324,050

Interest
dividends
(per cent).

1

Name and location of bank.

Date of
organization.

476 First National Bank, Leetonia, Ohio................................ June 10,1886
477 Aurora National Bank, Aurora, Ind................................. May 26,1883
478 Woods National Bank, San Antonio, Tex........................ June 25,1904
479 Hot Springs National Bank, Hot Springs, S. Dak.......... July 14,1902
480 Fort Pitt National Bank, Pittsburgh, Pa......................... Mar. 6,1879
481 Jewelers National Bank, North Attleborough, Mass....... Mar. 31,1905
482 Peoples National Bank, Franklinville, N. Y ................... Apr. 3,1906
483 National Bank of North America in New York, N. Y ... June 11,1891
484 New Amsterdam National Bank, New York, N. Y ....... Apr. 18,1901
485 City National Bank, Greensboro, N. C.............. .............. Jan. 14,1899
486 First National Bank, Bisbee, Ariz..................................... Mar. 22,1904
487 First National Bank, Clintonville, Pa............................... Sept. 8,1903
488 First National Bank, East Brady, Pa............................... May 2,1900
489 First National Bank, Manasquan, N. J ............................ Sept. 3,1883
490 First National Bank, Ramona, Okla................................. May 11,1904
491 Allegheny National Bank, Pittsburgh, P a ....................... Jan. 16,1865
492 National Deposit Bank, Philadelphia, Pa........................ Sept. 29,1905
493 First National Bank, Rock Creek, Ohio........................... June 15,1905
494 First National Bank, Friendly, W. Va............................. May 15,1901
495 First National Bank, Niles, Ohio...................................... Dec. 28,1889
496 Cosmopolitan National Bank, Pittsburgh, Pa................. Apr. 21,1902
497 Farmers and Traders National Bank, La Grande, Oreg . Oct. 29,1890
498 U n io n N a t io n a l B a n k , S u m m e r v ille , P a . 1 .......................... Apr. 23,1903
499 First National Bank, Carroll, Iowa................................... Jan. 25,1889
Total.
500
501
502
503
504
505
506
507
508

First National Bank, Fort Scott, K an s..
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............
F i r s t N a t io n a l B a n k , B u r n s id e , K y A .......
First National Bank, Mineral Point, Wis

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

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

100,000

25.000
38,500
300.000
105.000
50.000
25.000
25.000
100.000

768,500

510
511
512
513
514

Merchants & Manufacturers National Bank, Columbus,
Ohio2.................................................................................
National City Bank, Cambridge, Mass............................ .
First National Bank, Rhyolite, Nev..............................
Middlepor.t National Bank, Middleport, Ohio2...............
First National Bank, Billings, Mont.................................
National Bank of Beattyville, K y ................................... .

515
516
517

Mount Vernon National Bank, Mount Vernon, N. Y ... Dec. 11,1906
First National Bank, Salmon, Idaho................................. Jan. 13,1906
First National Bank, Texico, N. Mex.2............................. Mar. 18,1906

518
519
520
521
522
523
524
525

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, P a ..................
Second National Bank, Clarion, P a...................
First National Bank, Rowlesburg, W. V a........
First National Bank, New Roads, L a ..............

526
527
528
529
530
531

Atlantic National Bank, Providence, R. I ..
First National Bank, Oneonta, N. Y.2.........
First National Bank, Norwich, Conn...........

Dec.
Jan.
May
Nov.
Dec.
May

23,1895
31,1865
14,1907
22,1890
27,1883
19,1905

Total.

500.000
100.000
50.000
50.000
150,000
25.000
875,000

Total.............................................................

200,000

50.000
25.000

275,000
May
Jan.
Jan.
Dec.
Dec.
Sept.
Dec.
Mar.

16,1898
30,1905
11,1905
11,1863
8,1906
12,1883
9,1908
15,1905

Apr.
May
June
Feb.
May
June

3,1883
9,1864
6,1864
13,1864
7,1904
10,1892

50.000
750.000
50.000
100.000

50.000
50.000
25.000
25.000

1 , 100,000

Total.

F irs t-S e c o n d N a t io n a l B a n k , P itts b u r g h , P a . 1

First National Bank, La Fayette, Ga...........
Traders National Bank, Lowell, Mass..........
Total.




$ 100,000

6,560,000

Total.
509

Capital
stock.

300.000
100.000
300.000
3,400,000
50,000
2 0 0 .0 0 0

4,350,000
1 Restored to solvency.

99
inal

Nominal assets at date of
suspension.

Additional
assets
received
since date
Estimated Estimated Estimated of suspen­
sion.
doubtful. worthless.
good.
$8 9 ,0 8 5
1 0 2 ,8 7 5
7 5 8 ,8 1 3
6 9 ,4 4 2
2 , 7 4 4 ,9 0 0
6 2 4 ,3 4 5
3 4 ,1 0 5
3 , 8 7 6 ,5 9 4
2 , 3 7 8 ,4 8 0
3 4 0 ,6 5 7
1 7 7 ,9 1 2
8 5 ,0 1 5
1 6 5 ,9 8 7
3 4 9 ,1 6 6
1 4 ,4 8 3
1, 6 0 2 ,3 8 2
5 4 5 ,8 7 2
3 0 ,3 4 3
1 0 ,2 6 6
1 7 9 ,3 7 7
5 8 0 ,1 3 1
1 0 7 ,9 4 4

$7 4 ,8 9 1
2 9 ,0 2 7
3 6 ,9 4 5
1 1 ,0 8 5
1 1 4 ,0 4 7
1 2 3 ,4 4 3
1 2 ,9 8 0

$ 1 1 1 ,0 1 5
6 2 ,5 0 4
3 1 8 ,4 0 6
6 4 ,8 3 9
2 , 0 1 3 ,9 9 4
1 6 5 ,0 4 5
3 1 , 697
4 , 8 0 3 .1 1 5
1 , 7 5 8 ,8 5 1
2 4 0 ,1 6 9
7 6 ,3 9 6
5 2 ,1 3 0
9 9 ,9 2 6
2 5 8 ,7 8 7
1 3 ,3 6 5
1 , 4 3 9 ,8 7 3
2 2 3 ,0 5 9
1 1 3 ,9 1 0
3 1 ,3 0 1
4 9 6 ,2 2 4
2 7 2 ,9 7 9
3 7 ,4 4 1

1 9 3 ,4 1 3
6 8 ,8 9 1
3 4 ,3 1 4
5 8 ,9 6 7
5 0 ,3 8 3
1 2 6 ,7 7 4
1 8 ,3 9 6
4 6 7 ,3 1 8
2 1 1 ,9 4 8
6 ,5 5 0
2 0 ,4 8 1
3 6 3 ,1 6 1
5 8 4 ,5 6 4
1 5 ,3 3 9

$4 1 ,1 9 5
1 0 ,1 1 4
6 8 ,6 5 9
7 ,8 0 6
4 5 3 ,4 6 0
1 3 4 ,3 5 3
2 ,9 7 3
9 6 4 ,3 9 3
1 1 0 ,4 7 7
1 9 ,3 8 7
3 3 ,0 0 7
8 ,6 6 3
1 4 ,8 1 6
2 5 ,5 3 2
918
3 9 3 ,3 0 2
4 9 ,2 1 6
5 ,3 0 4
4 6 ,1 3 8
2 5 ,1 2 4
1 3 4 ,8 0 3
5 4 ,1 9 3

Total
assets.

$3 1 6 ,1 8 6
2 0 4 ,5 2 0
1 , 1 8 2 ,8 2 3
1 5 3 ,1 7 2
5 , 3 2 6 ,4 0 1
1 , 0 4 7 ,1 8 6
8 1 ,7 5 5
9 , 6 4 4 ,1 0 2
4 , 4 4 1 ,2 2 1
6 6 9 ,1 0 4
3 2 1 ,6 2 9
2 0 4 ,7 7 5
3 3 1 ,1 1 2
7 6 0 ,2 5 9
4 7 ,1 6 2
3 , 9 0 2 ,8 7 5
1, 0 3 0 ,0 9 5
1 5 6 ,1 0 7
1 0 8 ,1 8 6
1, 0 6 3 ,8 8 6
1, 5 7 2 ,4 7 7
2 1 4 ,9 1 7

Offsets
allowed
and
settled.

$6 ,9 3 0
1 1 ,0 8 3
4 4 ,7 2 0
1 3 ,3 1 3
3 2 3 ,5 1 3
9 1 ,7 2 2
2 ,5 2 4
1, 1 2 7 ,5 7 0
1 , 0 6 2 ,2 0 3
5 5 ,4 1 5
8 ,5 1 8

22,866
8 4 ,0 9 1
4 8 ,7 2 7
7 1 ,4 4 6
2 1 0 ,6 3 9
242
9 ,8 0 7
4 4 ,6 1 9
2 0 5 ,3 9 8
1 5 ,2 2 5

Loss on
Nominal
assets com­ value of
pounded or assets re­
sold under turned to
order of
stock­
holders.
court.
$ 1 5 2 ,6 7 1
7 8 ,4 2 5
2 3 2 ,0 9 7
2 7 ,7 2 8
1, 5 7 2 ,2 2 5
1 4 0 ,2 8 8
2 2 ,4 6 0
9 1 9 ,1 2 7
1 6 ,2 7 1
1 5 ,9 8 7
1 0 6 ,2 6 8
4 3 ,0 5 0
9 9 ,4 0 3
1 8 3 ,1 2 6
2 8 ,8 6 9
1, 2 9 9 ,2 6 5
2 2 ,6 3 6
1 ,1 3 8
5 3 ,1 1 1
1 ,4 7 5
6 3 0 ,2 5 9
4 9 ,4 5 5

1 1 4 ,0 8 9

5 0 9 ,3 3 1

2 3 ,6 9 9

4 9 ,2 2 3

6 9 6 ,3 4 2

1 1 2 ,2 7 2

1 3 , 1 9 4 ,3 5 7

2 , 64 6 , 616

2 , 6 5 3 ,0 5 6

3 3 , 4 7 6 ,2 9 2

3 , 5 7 2 ,8 4 3

5 , 9 3 9 ,6 1 0

3 4 8 ,7 6 8
9 3 ,1 5 3
1 3 ,0 7 0
1 8 2 ,1 7 2
2 0 9 ,4 9 2
2 8 , 534
1 7 ,9 1 2

2 6 7 ,9 0 3
5 6 ,2 0 4
1 0 ,8 4 1
2 4 5 ,9 0 5
2 1 ,7 8 0
2 3 2 ,1 7 9
1 8 ,0 1 4

2 2 ,0 4 5
6 2 ,7 5 8
2 6 ,2 6 5
3 8 6 ,4 7 6
1 2 3 ,7 4 9
3 3 8 ,4 4 1
1 6 ,5 3 8

1 2 7 ,8 9 6
4 3 ,9 3 0
2 0 ,2 2 4
1 8 5 ,8 8 4
9 ,3 8 5
1 0 0 ,9 8 4
4 ,7 9 9

7 6 6 ,6 1 2
2 5 6 ,0 4 5
7 0 ,4 0 0
1 , 0 0 0 ,4 3 7
3 6 4 ,4 0 6
7 0 0 ,1 3 8
5 7 ,2 6 3

1 0 0 ,0 8 2
2 1 ,4 9 7
2 ,4 4 2
2 7 ,5 5 0
2 9 ,8 5 2
8 4 ,5 7 8
5 ,5 6 6

2 9 3 ,6 4 2
9 4 ,8 4 6
4 5 ,4 1 7
1 4 9 ,6 6 5
1 5 ,4 4 3
3 3 5 ,7 9 3
1 7 ,8 5 3

2 9 3 ,5 7 4
4 7 ,5 3 1
3 7 0 ,7 4 3

2 4 4 ,2 7 6

14, 9 8 2 ,2 6 3

$ 2, 3 3 5 ,8 4 5
9 2 9 ,8 7 7
1 4 9 ,4 4 6

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 , 1 2 7 ,0 1 6

3 0 4 ,4 6 3
7 8 ,0 3 6

3 1 3 , 628

1 3 5 ,3 0 4

2 8 8 ,8 0 2

9 2 , 564

8 3 0 ,2 9 8

4 5 ,1 5 9

2 7 2 ,0 9 0

1, 2 0 6 ,7 2 9

9 8 8 ,1 3 0

1 , 2 6 5 ,0 7 4

5 8 5 ,6 6 6

4 , 0 4 5 ,5 9 9

3 1 6 ,7 2 6

1 , 2 2 4 ,7 4 9

1 9 6 ,5 8 0
1 8 ,4 7 2

4 1 ,9 5 4
3 2 ,5 0 2

30 0
9 3 ,3 6 4

5 ,0 3 4
1 1 8 ,7 7 7

5 0 5 ,0 1 6
4 4 ,8 7 8

5 5 2 ,2 0 1
1 2 ,0 6 9

2 6 5 ,9 4 4
1 5 2 ,1 9 7
650
2 , 6 7 0 ,3 2 6
1 2 3 ,0 1 2

3 3 ,2 3 7
4 ,2 4 6

1, 0 8 7 ,3 0 4
5 0 ,2 5 6

2 7 ,1 1 0
7 ,8 5 9
650
5 2 5 ,8 0 5
1 5 ,8 0 9

2 1 8 ,2 8 1
1 9 ,1 1 5

1 1 1 ,3 9 0
1 1 ,9 3 0

1 1 ,1 5 9

1, 3 5 2 , 612

624,-350

6 5 7 ,9 3 4

5 7 7 ,2 3 3

3 , 2 1 2 ,1 2 9

2 7 4 ,8 7 9

2 4 7 ,1 3 1

1 1 ,1 5 9

1 5 8 ,2 4 3
1 4 6 ,3 7 3

4 1 3 ,5 3 3
1 3 2 ,2 7 7
8 ,8 6 5

1 9 9 ,5 7 4
4 6 ,9 7 4
1 1 ,6 0 0

2 2 5 ,3 4 7
7 0 ,3 9 8

9 9 6 , 697
3 9 6 ,0 2 2
2 0 ,4 6 5

3 9 ,0 4 7
2 5 ,9 8 0

1,200

5 7 9 ,9 6 5
2 8 ,2 3 7
1 7 ,7 5 3

5 5 4 ,6 7 5

2 5 8 ,1 4 8

2 9 5 ,7 4 5

1 , 4 1 3 ,1 8 4

6 6 ,2 2 7

6 2 5 ,9 5 5

3 9 6 ,5 9 4
3 , 5 2 8 ,6 8 4
185, 616
5 5 2 ,6 7 7
2 1 7 ,4 4 0
4 8 5 ,6 6 0
5 8 ,1 3 1
9 1 ,8 6 4

7 , 593
3 2 3 ,0 4 9
1 9 ,5 1 6
61, 833
1 6 ,9 6 1
4 9 ,0 6 7
3 ,9 6 7
1 ,4 4 4

1 9 0 ,7 6 0
5 0 2 ,1 4 5
3 1 ,5 6 2
1 5 4 ,7 9 6
8 2 ,7 6 5
4 5 ,3 1 8
1 0 ,6 7 4
5 4 ,2 7 3

500
501
502
503
504
505
506
507
508

3 0 4 ,6 1 6
1 1 2 ,4 3 9
1, 2 6 7 ,4 8 0
7 3 ,2 3 0
1 0 5 ,3 0 0
6 3 ,7 4 1
1 2 6 ,1 1 0
4 5 ,5 4 4
3 3 ,1 7 4

2 1 6 ,7 0 0
1, 1 8 2 ,8 2 9
5 9 ,3 8 3
1 9 3 ,1 9 7
8 5 , 510
2 9 4 ,8 0 5
6 ,1 6 3
4 4 ,8 2 4

4 8 ,9 7 4
8 1 3 ,0 8 3
1 3 ,9 6 3
1 4 8 ,0 4 2
6 1 ,8 7 6
1 9 ,3 0 5
3 ,1 7 9
1 0 ,2 2 6

1 8 ,4 8 1
2 6 5 , 292
3 9 ,0 4 0
1 0 6 ,1 3 8
6 ,3 1 3
4 5 ,4 4 0
3 ,2 4 5
3 ,6 4 0

1, 8 2 7 ,0 1 8

2 , 0 8 3 ,4 1 1

1 , 1 1 8 ,6 4 8

4 8 7 ,5 8 9

5 , 51 6 , 666

4 8 3 ,4 3 0

1, 0 7 2 , 293

1 , 9 2 8 ,4 3 1

8 2 0 ,0 7 1

5 0 6 ,2 5 4

1 5 5 ,4 1 3

3 , 4 1 0 ,1 6 9

3 9 9 ,5 3 6

3 5 5 ,7 0 5

8 1 ,1 2 4

" 5 3 ,' 3 9 5 ’

"i , 0 4 6 ,4 5 3

1 4 3 ,3 2 5
1, 6 1 0 ,0 8 1

5 2 , 233
1, 6 0 3 ,4 2 9

2 ,9 8 3
3 0 .9 1 4

4 2 ,2 6 6
1 2 4 ,4 5 7

2 4 0 ,8 0 7
3 , 3 6 8 ,8 8 1

2 1 ,7 5 6
1 4 8 ,0 7 1

6 1 , 288
2 2 2 ,7 5 5

4 , 2 3 8 ,0 6 6

2 , 8 3 1 ,4 3 8

6 2 1 ,2 7 5

3 7 5 ,5 3 1 |

8 , 0 6 6 ,3 1 0

6 4 3 ,2 1 2

6 1 9 ,1 8 9




” 7 3 ,’ 8 4 9 .......... 98,’398

2 Formerly in voluntary liquidation.

509
510
511
512
513
514

515
516
517

2 3 6 ,7 4 8

5 5 6 ,2 2 9

3 8 2 ,4 9 9

3 0 4 ,3 4 4

518
519
520
521
522
523
524
525

3 0 4 ,3 4 4

3 1 9 ,2 1 6

3 1 9 ,2 1 6

526
527
528
529
530
531

Nominal
value of
remaining
assets.

476
477
478
479
480
481
482
483
484
485
486
487
488
489
490
491
492
493
494
495
496
497
498
499

$75

$156,510
115,012
906,006
112,131
3,429,041
815,176
56,771
5,261,560
2,432,870
448,256
206,843
138,859
147,618
528,406
18,293
2,532,164
503,246
107,196
45,268
647,049
736,820
150,237

1,622

$14,854
34,300
11,356
72,684
9,475
64.300
14.300
16,997
19,921
32,815
320,198
8,500
21,643
54,233
30,040

$171,364
149,312
917,362
112,131
3,429,041
887,860
66,246
5,261,560
2,432,870
512,556
221,143
155,856
167,539
561,221
18,293
2,852,362
503,246
115,696
66,911
647,049
791,053
180,277

$31,887
1,853
154,670
26,199
838,421
164,632
663
2,353,286
651,672
219,874
127,247
154
2,658
198,716
14,803
100,908
58,678
37
4,316
96,151
121,961
14,651

$121,133
129,605
714,242
80,602
1,959,627
681,815
53,877
2,787,649
1,608,083
269,786
67,982
145,515
147, 700
344,377
2,353
2,600,249
• 405,142
102,761
51,822
522,639
573,673
141,562

Legal
expenses.

Receiver’s
salary and
other
expenses.

$6,051
1,404
12,908
219
20,319
10,243
2,268
26,995
21,724
6,673
5,143
1,869
2,323
6,629
215
31,867
6,458
3,728
743
6,136
21,257
8,169

$12,293
16,450
35,542
5, 111
85,631
31,170
7,361
41,725
53,656
12,765
20,771
8,318
14,858
11,499
922
57,131
25,403
6,236
10,030
9,440
46,795
15,895

339,794
1,697

500
501
502
503
504
505
506
507
508

Collected
from
Loans paid
Total
assessment collections and other Dividends
upon
from all
disburse­
paid.
share­
sources.
ments.
holders.

Collected
from
assets.

1,448

4,100

343,894

44,212

257,708

14,433

27,541

19,835,126

729, 716

20,564,842

5,227,649

13,769,902

217,774

556,543

372,888
138,254
22,541
518,759
241,075
279,767
33,844

35,834
15,750

408,722
154,004
22,541
544,337
241,075
294,367
38,145

17,121
20,853
10,723
65,909
51,619
15,776
23,116

374,189
85,514
10,685
388,797
179,692
236,326
10,455

3,312
7,013

14,100
35,431
1,133
46,450
4,523
24,047
3,754

25,578
14,600
4,301

42,431
1,000
18,218
820

515
516
517

73,013

586,062

1.59,623

353,327

40,478

31,048

2,120,177

169,076

2,289,253

364,740

1,638,985

113,272

160,486

13,520

153
29,174
650
1,662,267
80,808

99,000
12,548

313,153
41,722
650
1,669,767
80,808

914
6,825

253,389
17,379

224,130
12,112

1,295,014
56,522

18,191
4,823
150
23,940
2,013

23,910
12,695
500
90,094
8,881

691,908

509
510
511
512
513
514

513, 049
1,448

1,987,052

119,048

2,106,100

243,981

1,622,304

49,117

136,080

14, 750
87, 631
1,512

362,935
254, 174

79, 600
27, 568
3,046

442,535
281,742
3,046

95, 604
165,620

272,346
64,790
1,350

36,466
9,861
301

23,977
27,294
1,307

110,214

727,323

261,224

338,486

46,628

52,578

31,137
21,760
89,805
32,503
25,108
7,901
17,688

229,378
2,399,146
156,298
425,853
150,217
294,834
51,391
53,835

54,385
303,585
3,757
14,574
4,177
8,041
758
14,024

148,522
2,019,362
132,252
383,204
130,595
253,249
42,136
27,242

10,462
20,138
5,798
9,270
2,927
7,451
3,094
3,133

16,009
46,637
14,491
18,805
12,518
16,743
5,403
9,436

• 678,388

103,893
518
519
520
521
522
523
524
525

121,549

2 14 ,

7,500

617,109 i
198,241
2,399,146
134,538
336,048
117, 714
269,726
43,490
36,147

121,549
526
527
528
529
530
531

3,535,050

j

225,902

3, 760, 952

403,301

3,136,562

62,273

140, 042

774, 400

1,999, 485 |

103, 572
10,400

2,103,057
10,400
554,990

371,320
10,000
91,675

1,575,887

50, 743

440,073

2,344

75,341
400
11,055

554,990
418, 757

157,763 j
2,579,298 j

19,464
90,751

177,227
2, 670,049

45,932
34,493

108,547
2,542,488

9,631
12,223

12,227
51,921

1,193,157

5,291,536 |

224,187

5,515, 723

553,420

4,666,995

74,941

150, 944




and closing, since the organization o f the national hanking system, with amt
r
rom all sources, etc.—Continued.

Balance in
hands of
comptroller
or receiver.

Amount
returned to
shareholders
in cash.

Amount of
assessment
upon share­
holders.

$65,000
35.000
50.000
$525,043
2,077
51,905
97, 735
3,458

62,207
7,565
2,934
12,683
27,367

100,000
25,000
80,000
50.000
25.000
25.000
50.000
500,000
8,500
25,000
225,000
60,000

Amount
claims
proved.

or

Dividends
(per cent).

$146,830
126,354
732,599
77,278
1,831,474
676,546
61,553
2,707,969
1,554,456
250,679
114,570
153,173
218,815
344,377
2,375
2,364,379
390,875
99,663
57, 749
508.267
598,115
212.268

82.50
100.00
97.50
100.00

63.10

100.00
100.00
100.00

100.00
100.00

100.00
100.00
100.00

87.50

100.00
59.25
95.00
67.50
100.00
100.00
100. 00
100.00

100. 00
89.00
100.00
95.90
65.00

750
4,241

1,586
6,779

53,338

481,814
213,785
10,580
376,585
176,168
601,776
21,616

77.60
40.00
100.00
100.00

1,280

14,142
14,177

100.00

57.00

60,000
50,000
12,500

10 0 .0 0

38.875
56.00

619,872

347,500

389,831
78,554
1,850,080
54,218

100.00

477, SOI
108,356
5,403

100.00
100.00

65.00
20.50

150,000

100.00

57.00
56.00
25.00

500
501
502
503
504
505
506
507
508

2,502,196

100,000
50,000
1,280

100.00
100.00
100.00

476
477
478
479
480
481
482
483
484
485
486
487
488
489
490
491
492
493
494
495
496
497
498
499

13,616,640

100,000
4,991

16, 749
36,589

406,276

1,423,500
100,000
25,000

$5,193

38.50

100.00
100.00

100,000
792,974

Interest
dividends
(per cent).

70.00

100.00

509
510
511
512
513
514

300,000
200,000

88

50.000
10.000

28,407

260,000

591,560

50,000
50.000
100,000
50.000
50.000
25.000
25.000

223,990
1,936,108
395,965
492, 867
130,378
323,411
52,488
42,424

350,000

515
516
517

3,597,631

9,350

9,350

9,424

2,115,286

890
28,924
9,843




74.50
0)
100.00

37,500

9,843

” *429,'223

200 , 000

29,766

59,580

300,000
50,000

66.30
100.00
33.40
77. 75
95.50
77.00
76.50
64.00

119,950
2,825, 255

90. 50
90.00

587,500

5,489,714

i Creditors paid in full by liquidating agent.

100.00

100.00

518
519
520
521
522
523
524
525

526
527
528
529
530
531

10
T ai

Date of
organization.

Name and location of bank.

532 First National Bank, Sutton, Nebr..........................
533 Mesa County National Bank, Grand Junction, Colo.
534 First National Bank, Clifton, Colo............................
535 Yates Center National Bank, Yates Center, Kans..
536 First National Bank, Bayonne, N. J.......................
537 First National Bank, Elizabeth, P a .........................
538 American National Bank, Caldwell, Idaho..............
539 M a r io n N a tio n a l B a n k , M a r io n , K a n s .1 ...................
540 First National Bank, Superior, Nebr.......................
541 Barnesville National Bank, Barnesville, Minn.......
542 First National Bank, Pensacola, Fla........................
543 Americus National Bank, Americus, Ga.................
544 f irst N a t io n a l B a n k , G a lla t in , T e n n .1 ......................
545 First National Bank, Wyalusing, P a .......................
546 First National Bank, London, K y............................
547 First National Bank, Corning, Iowa........................
548 First National Bank, Johnson City, 111....................
549 First National Bank, Sutton, W. Va........................
550 A m e r ic a n N a t io n a l B a n k , P e n s a c o la , F l a . 1 ..............
551 United States National Bank, Centralia, Wash —
552 First National Bank, West Elizabeth, P a.............. .

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

25,1884
31,1905
20,1910
1,1902
5,1906
19,1898
2,1909
15,1905
8,1886
18,1902
10,1880
14,1906
17,1890
8,1900
28,1888
26,1883
29,1904
17,1902
22,1900
10,1907
9,1902

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

12,1907
20,1864
8,1903
24,1910
29,1903
26,1865
31,1889
12,1905
31,1903
17,1907
4,1912
13,1902
7,1905
21,1902

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

$25,000

11,1901
13,1904
21,1906
25,1903
27,1865
11,1882
6,1910
10,1907
17,1907
11,1911
13,1903
7,1887
6,1907

Total
553
554
555
556
557
558
559
560
561
562
563
564
565
566

Capital
stock.

100,000

25.000
50.000
100,000
50.000
50.000
25.000
60.000
25.000
500.000
100.000
50.000
25.000
50.000
50.000
50.000
50.000
300.000
100.000
25.000
1,810,000

F ir s t N a tio n a l B a n k , I s lip , N . Y . 1 .....................................

First National Bank, Uniontown, Pa...............................
F a rm e rs & M erch an ts N a tio n a l B a n k , M o u n t M o rris, P a P.
U n io n N a tio n a l B a n k , P ro v id e n c e , K y . 1 ............................
State National Bank, Little Rock, Ark.2.........................
German National Bank, Pittsburgh, P a ..........................
Mercantile National Bank, Pueblo, Colo..........................
Silverton National Bank, Silverton, Colo.2.......................
First National Bank, Perry, Ark A..........................................
T h ird N a tio n a l B a n k , F itzg e ra ld , G a .1...............................

Union National Bank, Monroe, L a....................................
Dresden National Bank, Dresden, Ohio...........................
Island City National Bank, Key West, F la.....................
W h arton N a tio n a l B a n k , W h a rto n , Tex.1 ...........................

200.000

25.000
25.000
50.000
200,000

25.000
100,000
30.000
1,830,000

Total..................................................................
567 Citizens National Bank, Arlington, T ex................
568 Merchants & Farmers National Bank, Cisco, Tex.
569 First National Bank, Bristol, S. Dak.....................
570 First National Bank, Toccoa, Ga............................
571 First National Bank, New Richmond, Ohio.........
572 F ir s t N a tio n a l B a n k , C asselton, N . D a k . 1 ..............
573 First National Bank, Wartrace, Tenn........... ........
574 Fourth National Bank, Fayetteville, N .C ............
575 Ben Hill National Bank, Fitzgerald, Ga.3........... .
576 First National Bank, Como, T ex............................
577 First National Bank, Citronelle, Ala..................... .
578 American National Bank, Fort Smith, Ark.........
579 First National Bank, Aspinwall, P a .....................

25.000
100,000
25.000
25.000
500.000
500.000

50.000
50.000
25.000
75.000
80.000
50.000
50.000
100,000
50.000
25.000
25.000
200,000

25.000
805,000

Total
580
581
582
583
584
585
585

Williamstown National Bank, Williamstown, W. Va__
Lemasters National Bank, Lemasters, Pa........................
First National Bank, Bowling Green, Ohio.....................
Heard National Bank, Jacksonville, F la..........................
F irst N a tio n a l B a n k , D a y to n a , F l a .1 .................................
Citizens National Bank, Pineville, W. V a.........................
First National Bank, Clarkfield, Minn..............................

587
588

First National Bank, St. Cloud, F la................................. Mar. 24,1910
Santa Rosa National Bank, Santa Rosa, Cal................... Sept. 15,1886

Apr.
Oct.
May
Feb.
Mav
June
Oct.

29,1902
17,1906
23,1889
2,1912
19,1914
18,1907
3,1902

Total.......................................................................................................

 1Restored to solvency.


1 000,000

50.000
50.000
25.000

1,230,000

Total

Grand total (588 receiverships)..
Active receiverships (34 banks).
Closed receiverships (554 banks)

,

30.000
25.000
50.000

50,000
200,000

250,000
96.020.920
5,215,000
90.805.920

2Formerly in voluntary liquidation.

Nominal assets at date of
suspension.

Additional
assets
received
since date
Estimated Estimated Estimated of suspension.
good.
doubtful. worthless.

Total
assets.

Offsets
allowed
and
settled.

Loss on
Nominal
assets com­ value of
pounded or assets re­
sold under turned to
order of
stock­
court.
holders.

15,275

$11,617
38,323
911
40,605
343,947
28,654
28,449

$194,477
652,784
58,634
399,552
2,028,649
565,873
225,745

$16,725
32,124
2,244
87,566
206,053
15,744
31,939

$103,006
150,145
23,052
154,835
117,221
277,200
44,905

90,650
2,904
401,445
43,518

75,709
5,133
1,061,135
37,277

414,117
59,805
3,458,022
519,075

34,479
642
647,368
63,344

58,972
16,693
123,191
236,645

113,397
127,091
91,573
123,628
80,899

57,678
72,682
93,873
27,211

10,927
60,678
16,943
29,394
26,925

210,229
403,698
350,981
322,239
445,085

9,225
29,403
14,915
7,948
12,722

44,883
24,769
130,844
113,590
2,826

527,267
76,502

450,035
106,735

332,987
16,465

156,905
9,727

1,467,194
209,429

136,757
6,533

35,142
57,595

4,883,328

3,338,505

1,780,496

1,983,259

11,985,588

1,355,731

1,715,514

1,080,785

2,388,710

47,999

351,856

3,869,350

315,576

198,921

502,223
4,070,976
896,864
78,764

805,616
2,628,706
327,752
28,500

82,824
413,733
618,131
3,373

293,988
597,185
230,317
10,350

1,684,651
7,710,600
2,073,064
120,987

18, 782
3,745,491
150,741
13,064

44,049
1,039,163
69,316

219,352
86,208
100,172

226,931
6,623
108,989

201,993
121,116

74,496
42,294
29,796

722,772
135,145
360,073

67,682
6,481
19,365

260,711
12,036
4,563

7,035,344

6,521,827

1,489,189

1,630,282

16,676,642

4,337,182

1,628,759

129,556
75, 813
175,358
204,968
61,188

68,403
59,458
38,553
161,679
151,392

13,821
5,506
34,673
61,336
34,562

1,903
17,002
66,581
44,250
31,988

213,683
157,779
315,165
472,233
279,130

40,117
10,483
11,869
235,485
36,717

35,857
15,673
5,228
38,478
120,061

60,637
497,058
38,042
54,205
20,399
303,549
79,677

29,116
117,292
90,241
42,045
22,647
390,278
37,432

103,504
63,965
13,516
27,724
6,889
122,159
30,015

69,749
31,880
6,556
2,461
2,580
98,626
2,282

263,006
710,195
148,355
126,435
52,515
914,612
149,406

27,940
163,682
2,171
1,946
1,624
214,306
13,656

10,629
82,975
64,431
35,871
14,925
102,765
39,737

112,336

1,700,450

1,208,536

517,670

375,858

3,802,514

759,996

566,630

112,336

88,748
144,303
580,258
2,118,228

22,807
41,950
283,028
1,760,001

25,500
68,384
46,827
743,538

5,431
56,130
47,076
129,146

142,486
310,767
957,189
4,750,913

13,332
16,067
196,030
453,854

807
11,722
53,320
46,050

106,356

115,766
106,704

19,994
117,420

4,036
11,414

102,946
29,283

242,742
264,821

21,121

8,747

1,500
3,923

3,154,007 ! 2,245,200

899,699

370,012

6,668,918

709,151

117,322

138,332

210,960

27,390

475,378

40,380

4,208

210,960

27,390

475,378

40,380

4,208

153,479
200,412
23,957
146,399
951,529
210,522
114,577

$107,027
248,785
27,271
135,117
398,910
306,696
67,444

$22,354
165,264
6,495
77,431
334,263

69,861
7,728
1,488,390
213,372

177,897
44,040
507,052
224,908

85,905
158,251
169,783
75,344
310,050

98,696

20,001

20

532
533
534
535
536
537
538
539
540
541
542
543
544
545
546
547
548
549
550
551
552

$32,721
19,955

52,676

98,696

138,332

73,158,518 53,212,188
5,149,020 6,607,876
68,009,498 46,604,312

399,740,238 35,870,257 128,086,041
44,599,582 4,258,844 4,084,457
355,140,656 31,611,413 124,001,584

8Second failure, formerly “Third National Bank.”



567
568
569
570
571
572
573
574
575
576
577
578
579

580
581
582
583
584
585
586

106,356
587
588

( 4)

146,254,410 127,115,122
17,379,666 15,463,020
128,874,744 111,652,102

553
554
555
556
557
558
559
560
561
562
563
564
565
566

15,255,618
15,255,618

4No report received.

Collected
from
assessment
upon
share­
holders.

Nominal
value of
remaining
assets.

Collected
from
assets.

$411
210,382

$74,335
260,133
33,338
157,151
1,084,511
272,929
148,901

$11,250
34,416

171,057
15,219
934,465

149,609
27,251
1,752,998
219,086

96,122
275

Total
Loans paid
collections and other Dividends
from all
paid.
disburse­
sources.
ments.

Legal
expenses.

Receiver’s
salary and
other
expenses.

553
554
555
556
557
558
559
560
561
562
563
564
565
566

$85,585
294,549
33,338
190,733
1,149,935
309,827
148,901

$31,976
27,859
797
29,904
27,303
11,510
35,471

$32,094
214,997
30,623
120,601
933,535
265,646
102,861

$7,349
4,055
104
13,691
106,885
10,475
779

$11,629
21,994
1,814
24,690
33,607
19,251
8,337

16,788
1,824
73,338
80,725

i66,397
29,075
1,826,336
299,811

16,530
16,562
275,344
93,197

III, 205
1,137
1,414,419
159,872

12,198
2,046
29,872
15,013

19,705
8,055
56,921
25,850

156,121
253,404
204,947
200,701
354,261

25,000
38,315
14,115
47,724
23,500

181,121
291,719
219,062
248,425
377,761

788
38,334
37,576
48,299
23,837

170,704
207,808
163,718
183,592
262,567

592
11,985
2,011
3,264
30,392

9,037
24,227
14,159
12,021
18,262

597,052

698,243
145,301

33,342
21,225

731,585
166,526

120,937
2,178

500,680
149,724

22,263
2,754

36,828
11,862

2,721,123

532
533
534
535
536
537
538
539
540
541
542
543
544
545
546
547
548
549
550
551
552

6,193,220

557,466

6,750,686

838,402

5,025,783

275,728

358,249

2,205,654

635,149

1,395,603

22,178

48,909

620,864

75,276

33,582
65,424
36,898

|
2,205,654

530,984

1,090,836
2,893,225
1,327,792
87,968

117,218
82,308

1,208,054
2,893,225
1,410,100
87,968

194,179
2,535,688
223,779
5,695

872,923
312,090
1,061,331
71,415

43,125
9,643
12,108
1,214

38,874
22,408
30,673
7,066

181,863

394,379
116,628
154,282

35,216
18,975
30,438

429,595
135,603
184,720

139,049
20,826
108,074

261,532
100,629
46,969

9,973
5,193
3,153

17,427
8,955
11,825

2,387,261
567
568
569
570
571
572
573
574
575
576
577
578
579

1,149,199

8,270,764

284,155

8,554,919

3,862,439

4,122,492

106,587

186,137

30,905
121,936

137,709
100,718
176,132
198,270
122,352

6,340
13,700

137,709
107,058
189,832
198,270
143,268

13,753
21,675
8,535
101,188
41,292

112,213
68,506
158,018
65,129
80,806

690
2,080
5,828
11,168
7,228

4,476
11,556
15,984
18,776
12,590

29,008
90,302
44,108
718
4,013
40,707
1,975

112,807
256,857
50,605
98,067
23,552
306,861
87,944

3,922
10,144
6,385
1,252
1,115
9,544
4,077

9,456
24,906
8,692
7,371
7,286
31,349
8,129

525,215

20,916

1,776,621

334,045

2,110,666

397,274

1,421,365

63,433

160,571

58,331
234,245
2,410,572

70,016
176,622
473,594
1,840,437

22,854
22,585
40,116
472,229

92,870
199,207
513,710
2,312,666

6,791
36,143
848
517,452

69,624
156,208
438,055
1,686,026

526
2,092
5,824
7,368

7,694
4,496
19,333
23,722

93,843
123,272

138,652
116,505

19,900
9,227

158,552
125,732

1,043
29,397

144,600
70,638

1,198
1,997

5,915
8,021

2,920,263
587
588

114,688
7,653

159,341
404,406
110,087
107,408
35,966
413,655
103,666

586,931
580
581
582
583
584
585
586

112,101
328,022
81,753
88,618
35,966
298,967
96,013

2,815,826

586,911

3,402,737

591,674

2,565,151

19,005

69,181

342,098

88,692

14,383

103,075

20,343

69,613

436

5,546

342,098

88,692

14,383

103,075

20,343

69,613

436

5,546

17,145,993 203,382,329 24,325,242
12,940,531 23,315, 750 1,957,665
M,205,462 180,066,579 22,367,577

227,707,571
25,273,415
202,434,156

46,177,950 160,476,308
3,992,720 18,748,359
42,185,230 141,727,949

5,880,993
577,387
5,303,606

10,390,834
950,870
9,439,964

135,516

298,574

47,240
76,384
28,334
18,790


Remaining assets of closed receiverships are of no value.


m d closing, since the organization o f the national hanking system, with amounts o f nom inal
r
rom all sources, etc.— 'C ontinued.

Balance in
hands of
comptroller
or receiver.

Amount
returned to
shareholders
in cash.

Amount of
assessment
upon share­
holders.

Amount
of claims
proved.

Interest
dividends
(per cent).

Dividends
(per cent).

$221,296
477,793
30,322
186,930
1,332,732
439,772
102,861

14.50
45.00
100.00
64.50
70.00
60.50
100.00

60,000
12,000
500.000
100.000

353,884
22,741
1,881,426
323,592

31.00
5.00
75.00
45.50

9,365
1,598
1,249
42,703

25.000
50.000
50.000
50.000
50.000

164,140
251,816
236,241
178,069
350,090

100.00
82.50
66.50
100.00
75.00

50,877
8

100,000
25,000

999,958
165,458

50.00
90.50

252,524

1,347,000

Finally
closed.

532
533
534
535
536
Mar. 30,1918 537
Sept. 30,1914 538
Jan. 26,1914 539
540
541
542
Oct. 31,1918 543
May 13,1914 544
Oct. 31,1917 545
546
Oct. 31,1918 547
Dec. 24,1917 548
549
Nov. 30,1914 550
551
Sept. 29,1917 552

7,719,121

$2,537
25,644

$25,000
100,000

1,847
48,605
2,945
1,453

50.000
100,000
50.000

6,759
1,275
49,780
5,879

1,359,462

103,815

Oct. 31,1918

100.00

69.35
20.68

Feb.

100.00

200,000

872,985
302,248
1,415,179
68,028
261,505
144,794
93,951

100.00
69.50
50.00

770,000

112,213
72,118
298,686
23,104
117,527

100.00
95.00
55.00
100. 00
64. 50

200,000
25,000

107,519
342,518
47,319
98,068
23,552
500,642
108,256

100.00
75.00
100.00
100. 00
100.00
60.00
81.25

10,725

565,000

1,851,522

268

49,650
78,098

25.000
25.000
50.000
1,000,000

91,666
154,311
730,198
2,558,488

75.00
100. 00
60.00
65.00

5,796
15,679

25.000
25.000

152,513
176,601

95.00
40.00

1,150,000

3,863,777

50,000
200,000

348,047

553
554
555
556
557
558
559
560
561
562
563
564
565
566

4,518,152

io,666
25,000

8,1915

July 30,1915
Apr. 15,1915

100.00
100.00
75.00
100.00

120,000
25,000
100,000

Mar. 31,1914
July 26,1918

58,953

$13,396

82,209

2,578

1,614
14,699
15,974

261,290

6,577

3,241
1,467
2,009
1,352

80,000
4,148

22,197
297
25,194
1,541
57,298
8,235

157,458

268

7,137
7,137
1,047,112
1,004,079
43,033

325,000

50.000
100,000
50.000
25.000

3,734,374
3,734,374




348,047

51,040,740
4,723,950
46,316,790

Jan. 22,1916
30,1916
29,1915
19,1915
30,1917
30,1917

Jan. 25,1916

Aug. 29,1916
48.13

30,1918
31,1918
15,1916
30,1917

58. 73

Aug. 14,1918
Apr. 23,1917
Oct. 29,1917

June
Oct.
Mar.
ioo. 66 Oct.

June 29,1918

567
'568
569
570
571
572
573
574
575
576
577
578
579

1

100.00 June 27,1918
Aug. 31,1917

20.00
1

250,000

1

100.00

100.00 Sept.
June
July
June
Oct.

i

209,746,568
25,637,709
184,108,859
i

580
581
582
583
584
585
586

587
588

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fn
u 3
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2
o

Location and name of bank.

Receiver
appointed.

Receivership
closed.

Capital at
failure.

Circulatioi
outstanding at
failure.

ALABAM A.

Selma, First National Bank...................
132 Sheffield, First National Bank...............
158 Florence, Florence National Bank.........
163 M o n tg o m e r y , F a r le y N a tio n a l B a n k 3. . .
188 Mobile, Alabama National Bank...........
251 Fort Payne, First National Bank_____
404 Eufaula, Eufaula National Bank...........
462 Lineville, First National Bank..............
465 Attala, First National Bank..................
577 Citronelle, First National Bank.............
6

25,1882
26,1900
18,1898
15,1892
30,1897
14,1897
4,1904
31,1906
3,1910
29,1917

Total (all receiverships closed, 10)

260,400

50,000

50,000

50,000
50,000
50,000
500,000
500,000
25,000
200,000

45,000
11,250
11,250
45,000
45,950
195,598
354,048

675,000

Nov.
Jan.
Apr.
Feb.
Sept.
Dec.
May
Dec.
Mar.
Oct.

$85,000
22,500
12,900

1,375,000

30,1867
23,1889
23,1891
7,1891
17,1893
26,1894
21,1901
24,1905
24,1906
25,1916

$100,000
100,000
60,000
100,000
150,000
50,000
100,000
25,000
30,000
25,000
740,000

Apr.
Dee.
July
Oct.
Apr.
Jan.
Oct.
Nov.
Apr.
Mar.

112,500

200,000
500,000
250,000
50,000
100,000
100,000
300,000
200,000

45,000
45,000
55,300
10, 850
21,800
24,400
150,000
149,000

42, 800
11,250
25,000
6,250
30,000
24, 700

ARIZONA.

486

Bisbee, First N. B. (receivership closed, 1). Mar. 24,1908

Apr. 21,1916

ARK AN SAS.

21

95*
113
186
557
561
578

Fort Smith, First National Bank.................
Hot Springs, Hot Springs National B ank..
Pine Bluff, First National Bank..................
Little Rock, First National Bank................
Little Rock, State National Bank 4.............
P e r r y , F i r s t N a t io n a l B a n k 3..........................
Fort Smith, American National Bank.........

May
Juno
Nov.
Feb.
Feb.
May
Apr.

2,1872 Jan. 3,1876
2,1884 Sept. 25,1889
20,1886 July 25,1895.
6,1893 Sept. 30,1908
17,1915
17,1915 June 29,1915
1,1916

Total (all receiverships, 7),
Total (receiverships closed, 5)
CALIFORNIA.

129
168
216
277
279
429
503
588

San Francisco, California National B a n k ...
San Diego, California National Bank...........
San Diego, Consolidated National Sank___
Needles, Needles National Bank..................
San Bernardino, First National B a n k .._
_
Riverside, Orange Growers’ National Bank.
Oakland, Union National Bank...................
Santa Rosa, Santa Rosa National Bank___

Jan.
Dec.
July
Jari.
Jan.
Mar.
Apr.
Oct.

14,1889
18,1891
24,1893
19,1895
29,1895
23,1904
14,1909
18,1918

Feb.
June
Mar.
Oct.
Sept.
Jan.
Oct.

26,1895
12,1900
31,1902
19,1903
30,1904
31,1905
31,1918

Total (all receiverships, 8),

1,700,000

501,350

Total (receiverships closed, 7)

1,500,000

352,350

150.000
75.000
60.000
50.000
250.000

45.000
45.000
53.000
11,250
45,00C
43,420
135,000

COLORADO.

41 Georgetown, Miners National Bank.............
58 Georgetown, First National Bank................
90 Leadville, First National Bank....................
182 Del Norte, First National Bank...................
245 Denver, Commercial National Bank...........
259 Denver, German National Bank..................
295 Denver, Union National Bank.....................
, .....................
300 D e n v e r , S ta te N a t io n a l B a n k 4 &
318 D e n v e r , A m erican N a t io n a l B a n k 3................
389 Denver, Peoples National Bank 4.................
419 Victor, First National Bank..........................
533 Grand Junction, Mesa County Nat’l Bank.
534 Clifton, First National Bank.........................
559 Pueblo, Mercantile National Bank...............
560 Silverton, Silverton National Bank4...........

Jan. 24,1876
Aug. 18,1877
Jan. 24,1884
Jan. 14,1893
Oct. 24,1893
July 6,1894
Aug. 2,1895
Aug. 24,1895
July 25,1896
Dec. 20,1899
Nov. 4,1903
Nov. 29,1913
. . . . . d o ...........
Mar. 30,1915
Apr. 9,1915

June
Oct.
Dec.
June
Dec.
Oct.
Sept.
Feb.
Jan.
June
Sept.

2,1884
5,1885
5,1893
15,1899
27,1900
23,1905
30,1902
1,1896
7,1897
30,1904
30,1908

Mar. 31,1914
Sept. 30,1916

200.000

500.000
300.000
500.000
300.000
50.000
100.000
25.000
200,000

25.000

48,75C
100, ooc
12,50C
100, OC
O
24,30C

Total (all receiverships, 15),

2, 785,000

663,22C

Total (receiverships closed, 13)

2,485,000

463,22C

60,000
100,000
100,000
300,000

26,30(
45,00(
22,50C
100, O f
O
214,00(

760,000

407, m

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 closed, 5)

Feb.
Oct.
Apr.
May
May

28,1868
17,1887
23,1895
19,1903
7,1913

Apr.
Oct.
Oct.
July
Mar.

7,1881
20,1888
1,1906
31,1911
31,1914

200,000

l figures on active receiverships taken from receivers’ reports of Sept. 30,1918.
2 i )ffsets allowed and settled, loans paid, and claims proved represent liabilities at date of failure; offse
collections from assets represent amount assets realized.




from assessments, and disposition of collections, 1865 to Oct. 31, 1918,1 by States.

Total assets
at failure.

Claims
proved.

Offsets.

Collections
from assets
and assess­
ment upon
stock­
holders.

Loans
paid.2

Dividends
paid.

Legal
expenses.

R eceivers’
salary
and other
expenses.

[3
c
Og
>
J3 3
H
<
3
T
*
S
-H
o

$291,393
343,070
123,756

$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

216,819
72,550
324,408
58,890
148,903
49,935

4,593
1,812
27,654
7,873
13,304
1,624

68, 459
16,128
160,995
18,160
79,175
23, 552

102,092
20,403
223,618
38,458
94,628
35,966

17,094
868
85,039
12,781
45,032
4,013

73,051
12,938
123, 715
19,366
34,016
23, 552

291
804
3,561
225
4,414
1,115

11,656
5,793
11,303
6,086
11,166
7,286

1,629,724

74,159

864,564

864,356

245,888

483,432

34,963

100,073

288,622

8,518

114,570

221,143

127,247

67,982

5,143

20,771

486

54,974
86,022
138,314
1,050, 757
1,390, 663

5,381
127
20,723
18, 782

15,142
36,526
120,129
324,093
872,985

23,882
56,298
75, 503
1,027, 586
1,208,054

612,199
194,179

15,142
39,812
61,379
291,487
872,923

362
4,745
1,500
52,595
43,125

1,878
11,029
12,624
43,951
38,874

21
95
113
186
557
561
578

815,986

214,306

500,642

413,655

40, 707

306,861

9,544

31,349

3, 536, 716

259,319

1,869,517

2,804,978

847,085

1, 587, 604

111,871

139, 705

1,330,067

26,231

495,890

1,183,269

612,199

407,820

59,202

69,482

678,226
1,437,558
1,107,223
56,025
330, 575
561, 646
814,553

21,019
51,012
74,095
189
6,943
1,630
27,550

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
544,337

59,535
130,943
55,324
678
52,684

482,013
405,004
495,479
1,822
106,879
552,873
388,797

6,001
60,498
17,255
3,477
9,712
253
42,431

16,456
26,492
54,529
3,496
20,515
3,185
46,450

6

132
158
163
188
251
404
462
465
577

65,909

4,985,806

182,438

3,151,402

3,158,332

365,106

2,432,867

139,627

171,123

4,985,806

182,438

3,151,402

3,158,332

365,106

2,432,867

139,627

171,123

210,069
716,108
230,351
178,238
743, 345
1,495,872
1,517,495

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
438,296
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
11,897
12,054
3,404
14,641
33,312
42,624

8,604
17,451
28,309
5,952
32,369
57,159
51,640

508,684
330,666
614, 461
57,723
1,842, 747
110,637

31, 740
32,124
2,244
150, 741
13,064

200,000
236, 796
477, 793
30,322
1,415,179
68,028

181,101
266,168
294,549
33,338
1,410,100
87,968

6,513
27,284
27,859
797
223,779
5,695

152, 546
217,545
214,997
30, 623
1,061,331
71,415

3,099
2,475
4,055
104
12,108
1,214

8,180
18,864
21,994
1,814
30,673
7,066

8,556,396

944,149

5,131,974

5,226,004

1,281,316

3,270,980

145,023

290,075

6,099,188

761,284

3,239,002

3,521,355

1,029,678

1,994,652

128,860

237,408

128,125
388,981
397,059
308,424
993,058

1,570
10,556
44,474
12,047
73,849

68,886
247,920
295,254
189, 715
429,223

97, 580
263,871
371, 794
338,355
554,990

208
1,017
94,307
98,458
91,675

86,737
255,495
222,883
194,268
440,073

5,315
882
28,100
17,682
2,344

5,320
3,988
26,504
23,398
11,055

2,215,647

142,496

1,231,098

1, 626,590

285,665

1,199,456

54,323

70,265

129
168
216
277
279
429
503
588

3 R e s to r e d t o s o lv e n c y .
4 F o r m e r ly in v o lu n t a r y liq u id a t io n .
6
R e s to r e d t o s o lv e n c y for v o lu n t a r y liq u id a t io n .




41

58
90
182
245
259
295
300
318
389
419
533
534
559
560

11
120
290
411
528

3
o©

L o c a tio n a n d n a m e o f b a n k .

R e c e iv e r
a p p o in t e d .

R e c e iv e r s h ip
c lo se d .

C a p ita l a t
fa ilu r e .

C ir c u la tio n
o u tsta n d ­
in g a t
fa ilu r e .

M a y 8 ,1 8 6 6
S e p t. 19 ,1 8 7 3
N o v . 1 ,1 8 7 8

M a y 1 4 ,1 8 8 3
J u ly 2 4 ,1 8 7 6
A p r . 1 0 ,1 8 9 4

$ 2 0 0 ,0 0 0
5 0 0 .0 0 0
1 3 0 .0 0 0

$ 1 8 0 ,0 0 0
4 5 0 ,0 0 0
6 2 ,5 0 0

8 3 0 ,0 0 0

6 9 2 ,5 0 0

5 0 .0 0 0
1 5 0.000
5 0 .0 0 0
1 5 0 .0 0 0
5 0 .0 0 0
8 5 .0 0 0
1 0 0 .0 0 0
100 ,0 0 0
5 0 .0 0 0
1 0 0,000
5 0 0 .0 0 0
3 0 0 .0 0 0
100.000
1 ,0 0 0 ,0 0 0
5 0 .0 0 0
5 0 .0 0 0

1 8 ,0 0 0
3 3 .2 5 0
11 .2 5 0

•g

O
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.

3
26
75

W a s h in g to n , M e r c h a n ts N a t io n a l B a n k . . .
W a s h in g to n , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ..................
W a s h in g to n , G e r m a n -A m e r ic a n N . B ..........
T o t a l ( a ll r e c e iv e r s h ip s c lo s e d , 3 ) .
FLORIDA.

114
159

212
232
289
304
352
359
410
471
542
550
565
583
584
587

P a la t k a , P a la t k a N a t io n a l B a n k .................
P a la t k a , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k .......................
T a m p a , G u lf N a t io n a l B a n k ..........................
Orlando, F irst N ational B an k 1 ......................
O c a la , F i r s t N a t io n a l B a n k ............................
O r la n d o , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k 2 ...................
O c a la , M e r c h a n ts N a t io n a l B a n k ................
J a c k s o n v ille , M e r c h a n ts N a t io n a l B a n k .
J a c k s o n v ille , F ir s t N . B . o f F lo r id a ...........
M ia m i, F o r t D a lla s N a t io n a l B a n k ............
P e n s a c o la , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ..................
Pensacola, A m erican N ation al B a n k 1----K e y W e s t , I s la n d C it y N a t io n a l B a n k . .
J a c k s o n v ille , H e a r d N a t io n a l B a n k ..........
D ayton a, F irst N ational B an k 1.....................
S t. C lo u d , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ....................

June
A ug.
J u ly
A ug.
A pr.
N ov.
Feb.
M ar.
M ar.
J u ly
Jan.
S e p t.
J u ly
Jan.
A pr.
Jan.

3 ,1 8 8 7
7 ,1891
1 4 .1893
1 4 .1893
22.1 8 9 5
2 9 .1 8 9 5
3 ,1 8 9 7
17,1897
14,1903
5 ,1 9 0 7
22.1 9 1 4
2 ,1 9 1 4
29.1 9 1 5
17.1917
16.1917
2 ,1 9 1 8

O c t.
O c t.
M ay
M ay
June
June
S e p t.
M ay
S e p t.
O c t.

1 7 ,1887
1 ,1 9 0 0
2 4 .1 8 9 9
2 1 ,1 8 9 4
3 0 .1 8 9 9
10,1 9 1 0
3 0 .1901
31.1901
3 0 ,1 9 0 8
3 1 ,1 9 1 2

N o v . 30,1 9 1 4
A u g . 3 1 ,1917

1 1 ,2 5 0
3 3 ,7 5 0
2 2 ,2 0 0
2 2 ,1 0 0
4 9 ,1 0 0
5 2 ,0 0 0
5 0 0 ,0 0 0
9 8 ,5 0 0
5 8 3 ,4 0 0
1 7 ,5 0 0

T o t a l ( a ll r e c e iv e r s h ip s , 1 6 ).........

2 5 2 ,9 0 0

150 .0 0 0
2 0 0 .0 0 0
7 5 .0 0 0
1 0 0,000
5 0 .0 0 0
200 ,0 0 0
5 0 .0 0 0
100,000
5 0 .0 0 0
7 5 .0 0 0
5 0 .0 0 0

3 2 ,9 0 0
4 4 .0 0 0
16 ,3 7 0
2 2 ,5 0 0
1 1 ,250
197.000
2 0 .0 0 0
100.000

1 ,1 0 0 ,0 0 0

5 5 3 ,2 2 0

7 5 .0 0 0
5 0 .0 0 0
5 0 .0 0 0

1 6 ,875
5 0 ,0 0 0
4 8 ,6 0 0

175,000

115,475

T o t a l ( r e c e iv e r s h ip s c lo s e d , 2 ) .

217
306
381
432
530
543
562
570
575

1 .2 3 5 .0 0 0

T o t a l ( a ll r e c e iv e r s h ip s , 3 ) .........

196

1 ,4 5 2 ,3 0 0

T o t a l ( r e c e iv e r s h ip s c lo s e d , 1 2 ) .

202

2 .8 8 5 .0 0 0

125,000

65 ,4 7 5

5 0 .0 0 0
2 5 0.000
5 0 0 .0 0 0
2 0 0.000
2 5 0 .0 0 0
5 0 .0 0 0
750.000
2 0 0.000
50 0 .0 0 0
7 5 .0 0 0
5 0 .0 0 0
2 0 0.000
1 ,0 0 0 ,0 0 0
100,000
1 ,0 0 0 ,0 0 0
5 0 .0 0 0
200 ,0 0 0

4 5 .0 0 0
135,000
9 0 .0 0 0

B r u n s w ic k , O g le th o r p e N a t io n a l B a n k . . . .
B r u n s w ic k , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k .....................
C e d a r to w n , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k .....................
C o lu m b u s , C h a tta h o o c h e e N a t io n a l B a n k .
C o rd ele , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k .............................
M acon , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ..............................
L a F a y e t t e , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ....................
A m e r ic u s , A m e r ic u s N a t io n a l B a n k ..............
Fitzgerald, Third N ational B an k L
T o c c o a , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k .........
F itz g e r a ld , B e n H i l l N a t io n a l B a n k

June
June
J u ly
D ec.
M ar.
M ay
J u ly
Feb.
June
N ov.
M ar.

12.1893
17.1893
2 6 .1893
7 ,1895
4 ,1 8 9 9
1 6 ,1904
19,1913
3 .1 9 1 4
3 .1 9 1 5
2 2 ,1915
6 .1 9 1 6

O c t.
S e p t.
N ov.
S e p t.
N ov.
M ay
O c t.
O c t.
J u ly
June
A ug.

2 3 ,1 8 9 9
1 2 ,1895
1 6,1894
3 0 ,1 9 0 3
3 0 ,1 9 0 9
12,1906
3 1 .1 9 1 8
31.1 9 1 8
19,1915
30.1 9 1 8
14.1918

T o t a l (a ll r e c e iv e r s h ip s c lo se d , 1 1 ) .

353
516
538

M o s c o w , M o sco w N a t io n a l B a n k -----S a lm o n , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ...............
C a ld w e ll, A m e r ic a n N a t io n a l B a n k ..

F e b . 4 ,1 8 9 7
A u g . 8 ,1 9 1 1
D e c . 2 3 ,1913

S e p t. 3 0 ,1903
S e p t. 3 0 ,1 9 1 4

7 4 ,2 0 0
3 5 ,0 0 0

ILLINOIS.

14

22
38
42
47
54
60
61
76
93

102
137
191
194
214
224
333

R o c k fo r d , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ..................
C h ic a g o , S c a n d in a v ia n N a t io n a l B a n k ..
C h ic a g o , C ook C o u n t y N a t io n a l B a n k . .
C h ica g o , F o u r t h N a t io n a l B a n k s .............
C h ica g o , C it y N a t io n a l B a n k .......................
W in c h e s te r , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k .............
C h ica g o , T h ir d N a t io n a l B a n k ..................
C h ica g o , C en tra l N a t io n a l B a n k ................
C h ica g o , G e rm an N a t io n a l B a n k s ...........
M o n m o u th , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ..............
B u s h n e ll, F a r m e r s N a t io n a l B a n k ...........
C h ica g o , P a r k N a t io n a l B a n k ....................
C h ica g o , C o lu m b ia N a t io n a l B a n k ..........
E v a n s t o n , E v a n s t o n N a t io n a l B a n k . . .
C h ica g o , C h e m ic a l N a t io n a l B a n k ...........
K ankakee, F irst N ation al B an k i ...............
R o c k fo r d , S e c o n d N a t io n a l B a n k .............




M ar.
D ec.
Feb.
Feb.
M ay
M ar.
N ov.
D ec.
D ec.
A pr.
D ec.
J u ly
M ay
June
J u ly
A ug.
N ov.

15,1869
12 ,1 8 7 2
1 .1 8 7 5
1 .1 8 7 6
1 7 .1 8 7 6
16.1877
2 4 .1 8 7 7
1 .1877
20 .1 8 7 8
2 2 .1 8 8 4
17.1 8 8 4
14,1 8 9 0
22.1893
7 .1 8 9 3
21.1893
5 .1 8 9 3
10,1 8 9 6

D ec.
Feb.
N ov.
M ar.
F eb.
J u ly
D ec.
Feb.
M ar.
Jan.
Feb.
F eb.
S e p t.
A pr.
M ay
D ec.
M ay

4 ,1 8 7 5
15,1886
2 0 ,1883
4 ,1 8 8 6
2 8 ,1 8 8 5
23,1881
31,1907
2 3 .1892
1,1884
4 ,1 8 9 4
10,1888
2 7.1893
3 0 ,1905
3 ,1 8 9 7
2.1 9 0 0
4 ,1 8 9 3
6.1901

4 9 ,5 0 0
4 5 .0 0 0
5 9 7 ,8 4 0
4 5 .0 0 0
2 7 .0 0 0
4 4 .0 0 0
4 5 .0 0 0
4 3 ,6 0 0
2 2 ,5 0 0
4 5 .0 0 0
4 3 ,7 5 0

109

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

from assessments, and disposition of collections, 1865 to Oct. SI, 1918, by States—Contd.

T o t a l a s s e ts
a t fa ilu r e.

O ffs e ts .

C la im s
p roved.

C o lle c tio n s
fr o m a s se ts
a n d a s se ss ­
m ent u pon
s to c k ­
h o ld e r s.

$ 6 6 9 ,5 1 3
1 ,6 1 9 ,9 6 5
28 2 ,3 7 0

$1 9 0 ,7 5 2
1 ,4 5 2 ,3 6 3
1 9 9,112

i

Loans
p a id .

R e c e iv e r s ’
s a la r y
o g
a n d o th e r
exp en ses.
'S
o

D iv id e n d s
p a id .

L egal
exp en ses.

$275
1 6 ,3 9 3
5 3 ,8 9 8

$1 6 5 ,7 6 9
1 ,3 7 4 ,3 3 9
1 0 5 ,7 6 3

$11 ,2 8 1
24,241
1 6 ,327

$13 ,4 2 7
3 7 ,3 9 0
2 3 ,1 2 4

1 ,8 4 2 ,2 2 7

7 0 ,5 6 6

1 ,6 4 5 ,8 7 1

5 1 ,8 4 9

7 3 ,9 4 1

$ 8 6 0 ,9 2 9
2 ,2 7 7 ,6 9 0
4 3 3 ,723

$280 ,9 5 5
1 6 5 ,846

3 ,5 7 2 ,3 4 2

446,801

2 ,5 7 1 ,8 4 8 |

5 6 ,5 2 9
485,465
151,435

34 ,8 8 5
21 ,1 6 3

9 ,3 7 9
28 3 ,0 2 0
6 4 ,3 6 6

14,251
186,071
1 0 4,022

82
2 1 ,0 9 3
2 1 ,171

9 ,4 9 2
143,621
64,855

7 ,8 7 4
1 ,9 9 5

1 ,3 4 8
13 ,4 8 3
1 6 ,0 0 1

4 3 7 ,018
2 2 5 ,2 1 8
2 4 7 ,088
34 6 ,4 9 3
3 7 2 ,185
677,101
2 ,3 9 6 ,8 8 7

4 3 ,0 8 2
7 2 ,1 0 5
7 ,7 5 8
5 ,2 4 5
34,789
53,717
647,368

2 6 7 ,9 3 0
3 6 ,2 8 7
149 ,3 7 5
15 7,752
23 9 , 577
5 0 1 ,4 7 9
1 ,8 8 1 ,4 2 6

1 6 6 ,4 8 0
7 5 ,214
8 3 ,8 7 9
234 ,9 5 1
2 0 3 ,6 2 1
3 6 0 ,9 2 5
1 ,8 2 6 ,3 3 6

5 8 ,5 7 9
3 5 ,0 1 3
3 2 ,6 3 9
101 ,0 9 9
47,417
101,635
2 7 5 ,3 4 4

78,52 6
2 5 ,401
3 8 ,2 1 5
1 0 8,103
1 2 2 ,6 6 1
2 0 7 ,4 3 2
1 ,4 1 4 ,4 1 9

13.871
6 ,5 3 9
4 ,1 7 3
7 ,2 7 0
1 1 ,6 5 5
1 0 ,627
2 9 .8 7 2

15 ,5 0 4
8 ,2 6 1
8 ,8 5 2
1 8 ,4 7 9
2 1 ,8 8 8
4 1 ,2 3 1
5 6 ,9 2 1

3 3 0 ,277
4 ,6 2 1 ,7 6 7

i9 ,3 6 5
4 5 3 ,8 5 4

9 3 ,9 5 1
2 ,5 5 8 ,4 8 8

184, 720
2 ,3 1 2 ,6 6 6

1 08,074
517 ,4 5 6

46, 969
1 ,6 8 6 ,0 2 6

3 ,1 5 3
7 ,3 6 8

1 1 ,8 2 5
2 3 ,7 2 2

447,988

4 0 ,3 8 0

3 4 8 ,0 4 7

1 0 3 ,0 7 5

2 0 ,3 4 3

6 9 ,6 1 3

436

5 ,5 4 6

10,7 9 5 ,4 5 1

1 ,4 3 3 ,7 1 1

6 ,5 9 1 ,0 7 7

5 ,8 5 6 ,2 1 1

1 ,3 3 9 ,9 4 1

4 ,0 1 5 ,3 3 3

104,833

2 7 2 ,7 4 4

1 ,7 0 9 ,1 6 5

1 ,4 2 9 ,4 1 4

4 1 8 ,7 2 8

798,306

6 4 ,0 0 4

145,047

4 3 8 ,667
6 16,926
161,151
3 2 7 ,6 0 9
7 3 ,6 0 6
9 95,734
198,541
481,798

1 7 ,9 3 5
4 8,314
5 ,3 6 0
7 ,944
2 5 ,2 8 6
45, 496
2 1 ,7 5 6
6 3 ,3 4 4

2 0 6 ,7 1 4
2 3 9 ,8 9 4
3 0 ,8 3 9
147,097
5 ,8 2 9
620 ,7 8 2
1 1 9 ,9 5 0
3 2 3 ,5 9 2

2 1 0 ,6 5 5
2 6 3 ,7 6 0
87 ,5 6 2
191,192
2 6 ,6 4 4
8 6 6 ,6 1 8
177,227
299,811

4 9 ,4 6 3
5 ,0 0 4
4 4 ,6 9 4
8 1 ,5 7 9
1 0 ,2 0 0
9 1 ,6 0 7
4 5 ,9 3 2
9 3 ,1 9 7

1 3 3,328
2 5 0 ,7 3 1
3 6 ,6 1 9
88,471
4 ,0 8 0
6 3 5 ,8 07
108,547
159,872

9 ,2 4 5
1 ,5 0 0
1,8 0 1
6 ,0 7 3
5 ,6 7 7
1 7 ,6 6 6
9 ,6 3 1
1 5 ,0 1 3

1 8 ,6 1 9
6 ,2 7 5
4 ,4 4 8
1 5 ,0 6 9
6 ,6 8 7
18,002
1 2 ,227
2 5 ,8 5 0

4 27,983
141,799

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

2 3 ,1 0 4
4 7 ,3 1 9

198 ,2 7 0
110 ,0 8 7

101,488
4 4 ,1 0 8

6 5 ,1 2 9
5 0 ,6 0 5

1 1 ,168
6 ,3 8 5

1 8 ,7 7 6
8 ,6 9 2

3 ,8 6 3 ,8 1 4

4 7 3 ,0 9 1

1 ,7 6 5 ,1 2 0

2 ,4 3 1 ,8 2 6

566 ,9 7 2

1 ,5 3 3 ,1 8 9

8 4 ,1 5 9

134,645

2 05,643
325, 624
197,296

5 ,9 1 3
2 5 ,9 8 0
3 1 ,9 3 9

9 6 ,4 4 3
1 0 8 ,3 5 6
102,861

9 0 ,8 2 4
2 8 1,742
148,901

3 1 ,4 5 5
1 6 5 ,6 2 0
3 5 ,471

3 7 ,491
6 4 ,7 9 0
102,861

5 ,6 3 0
9 ,8 6 1
779

1 6 ,2 4 8
2 7 ,2 9 4
8 ,3 3 7

728,563

6 3 ,8 3 2

3 0 7 ,6 6 0

521,467

2 3 2 ,5 4 6

2 0 5,142

16 ,2 7 0

5 1 ,8 7 9

4 0 2 ,939

37 ,8 5 2

1 9 9 ,3 0 4

2 3 9 ,7 2 5

6 6 ,9 2 6

140,352

6 ,4 0 9

2 4 ,5 8 5

7,811
368,100
2 ,0 2 1 ,4 3 8
224,152
1 ,0 1 7 ,7 5 9
212,667
2 ,2 9 2 ,7 1 6
489,591
681,989
279,171
79,273
741,867
2 ,5 3 6 ,8 3 2
192,234
2 ,6 5 3 ,2 4 8

274
6,211
452,953
2 ,1 0 0
48,381
6,5 3 7
95,121
7 ,245
6 ,1 7 0
5 ,3 2 0
3 ,4 1 1
75,645
354,156
4 ,2 2 0
354,354

6 9 ,8 7 4
254,901
1 ,7 9 5 ,9 9 2
35 ,8 0 1
7 0 3,658
140,735
1 ,0 6 1 ,5 9 8
2 9 8 ,3 2 4
1 9 7,353
2 4 5 ,5 9 9
8 6 ,2 5 8
4 6 5 ,7 6 0
968,221
80,971
1 ,3 4 2 ,4 9 0

3 7 ,9 0 8
172,131
365 ,2 8 9
3 3 ,3 4 9
6 4 3,568
111,271
2 ,1 8 1 ,4 7 1
2 2 2 ,7 3 8
2 6 4 ,1 8 0
33 0 ,1 6 3
9 6 ,3 3 2
512,013
1 ,1 5 2 ,0 7 3
94,552
1 ,7 1 2 ,4 8 9

2 ,9 2 6
1 ,3 0 0
56 ,9 2 1

2 ,7 0 5
6 ,0 3 7
4 2 ,0 6 7
4,7 3 1
13,802
2 ,0 8 2
3 3 ,1 2 6
13,104

4 1 ,9 0 6
214,801
2 0 ,5 0 6
168,118

2 9 ,277
143,209
228,412
1 8 ,258
545,593
89,715
1 ,0 7 1 ,7 7 4
193,941
182,572
2 6 4 ,2 6 8
8 6 ,2 63
452,017
7 8 9,698
5 6 ,5 6 0
1 ,4 2 4 ,4 8 4

1 6 ,6 0 0
1 ,8 2 5
4 ,4 5 5
50,087
8 ,0 4 3
49 ,4 0 1

3 ,0 0 0
21 ,5 8 5
3 7 ,8 8 9
1 0 ,3 6 0
2 0 ,6 9 8
1 0 ,6 6 9
1 35,046
15,693
3 2 ,1 4 2
2 0 ,7 3 8
8 ,2 4 4
1 3 ,0 2 9
5 0 ,137
9 ,4 4 3
4 0 ,3 2 6

623,996

1 7 ,569

2 9 0 ,7 7 i

459,912

149,866

273 ,2 22

5 ,6 9 7

1 8 ,969

114
159
212
232
289
304
352
359
410
471
542
550
565
583
584
587

2 4 3 ,0 6 1

2 ,9 9 8 ,5 3 2

3
26
75




6 3 ,4 7 5
8 ,8 0 5
420,001
4 9 ,4 6 6
1 4 ,434

196
202
217
306
381
432
530
543
562
570
575

353
516
538

14
22
38
42
47
54
60
61
76
93
102
137
191
194
214
224
333

3
o©
f-, p
©
'p
fi
O

L o c a tio n a n d n a m e o f b a n k .

R e c e iv e r s h ip
c lo se d .

C a p ita l a t
fa ilu r e .

C ir c u la tio n
o u tsta n d ­
in g a t
fa ilu r e .

S e p t.
June
A ug.
N ov.
A pr.
D ec.

$ 1 ,0 0 0 ,0 0 0
5 0 ,0 0 0
1 0 0 ,0 0 0
2 0 0 ,0 0 0
3 8 ,5 0 0
5 0 ,0 0 0

$ 4 5,000
50 ,0 0 0
5 0 ,0 0 0
2 0 0 ,0 0 0
9 ,5 0 0
4 9 ,2 9 7

6 ,8 6 3 ,5 0 0

R e c e iv e r
a p p o in te d .

1 ,6 8 1 ,9 8 7

5 0 .0 0 0
5 0 .0 0 0
1 3 2 .0 0 0
5 0 .0 0 0
5 0 .0 0 0

4 5 .0 0 0
4 3 ,8 0 0
4 5 .0 0 0
4 5 ,0 6 0
2 7 .0 0 0

2 5 0 .0 0 0

4 5 ,0b0
2 2 ,5 0 0
4 4 ,1 6 0

Il l i n o i s — c o n t i n u e d .

340
454
455
459
502
548

C h ica g o , N a t io n a l B a n k o f I lli n o i s ..................... D e c . 21,1896
5 ,1905
S p r in g V a lle y , S p r in g V a lle y N a tT B a n k . . . J u ly
5 ,1 9 0 5
T o lu c a , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ................................ J u ly
P e o r ia , P e o r ia N a t io n a l B a n k .............................. O c t . 7 ,1 9 0 5
B e n t o n , C oal B e l t N a t io n a l B a n k ...................... F e b . 9 ,1 9 0 9
J o h n s to n C it y , F i r s t N a t io n a l B a n k ................ A u g . 17 ,1 9 1 4

3 0 ,1906
15,1912
10,1 9 1 1
1 3 ,1 9 0 7
7 ,1 9 0 9
2 4 ,1 9 1 7

T o ta l (a ll r e c e iv e r s h ip s c lo s e d , 23)
IN D IA N A .

33
36
52
57
80
91
96
181

221
233
244
375
421
426
452
477

A n d e r s o n , F i r s t N a t io n a l B a n k ..........................
P r in c e t o n , G ib s o n C o u n t y N a t io n a l B a n k . .
F r a n k lin , F i r s t N a t io n a l B a n k ............................
D e lp h i, F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ................................
M o n tic e llo , F i r s t N a t io n a l B a n k ........................
L a w r e n c e b u r g , C it y N a t io n a l B a n k i ..............
R ic h m o n d , R ic h m o n d N a t io n a l B a n k ...........
V in c e n n e s , V in c e n n e s N a t io n a l B a n k ............
I n d ia n a p o lis , I n d ia n a p o lis N a t io n a l B a n k . .
M uncie, Citizens N ational B a n k 2.......................
N o r th M a n c h e s te r , F i r s t N a t io n a l B a n k —
L q g a n s p o r t, S t a t e N a t io n a l B a n k 1...................
E lk h a r t , I n d ia n a N a t io n a l B a n k .......................
M a t t h e w s , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k .........................
T e r r e H a u t e , V ig o C o u n t y N a t io n a l B a n k . .
A u r o r a , A u r o r a N a t io n a l B a n k ...........................

N ov.
N ov.
Feb.
J u ly
J u ly
M ar.
J u ly
J u ly
A ug.
A ug.
O c t.
S e p t.
N ov.
Feb.
June
N ov.

2 3 ,1 8 7 3
2 8 ,1 8 7 4
13,1 8 7 7
2 0 ,1 8 7 7
1 8 ,1879
11,1 8 8 4
2 3 ,1 8 8 4
2 2 ,1 8 9 2
3 ,1 8 9 3
1 4 ,1 8 9 3
1 6 ,1 8 9 3
2 7 ,1 8 9 8
1 9 ,1 9 0 3
1 3 ,1 9 0 4
2 8 ,1 9 0 5
4 ,1 9 0 7

M ay
S e p t.
S ep t.
O c t.
F eb.
O c t.
S ep t.
O c t.
M ay
N ov.
June
O c t.
M ar.
S ep t.
June
M ar.

3 1 ,1 9 0 4
1 8 ,1 8 7 6
1 4 ,1881
15,1881
6 ,1 8 8 3
2 5 ,1 8 8 6
3 0 ,1 8 9 0
2 4 ,1 9 0 0
3 ,1 9 0 0
1 7 ,1 8 9 3
9 ,1 9 0 2
7 ,1 8 9 9
3 1 ,1 9 1 0
3 0 ,1 9 0 5
2 ,1 9 0 9
3 1 ,1 9 1 4

100.000
100.000
3 0 0 .0 0 0

200.000
5 0 .0 0 0

2 7 ,0 0 0

200,000

100,000

2 4 ,5 4 8
1 2 .5 0 0
3 7 .5 0 0
2 5 ,0 0 0

1, 8 5 7 ,0 0 0

T o ta l (a ll r e c e iv e r s h ip s c lo s e d , 16)

2 5 .0 0 0
1 5 0 ,0 0 0
5 0 .0 0 0

4 4 4 ,0 0 8

IO W A.

12
43
44
124
198
292
293
323
335
343
356
398
422
436
475
499
547

K e o k u k , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ..................
B e d f o r d , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ..................
O c e o la , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k .....................
D u b u q u e , C o m m e r c ia l N a t io n a l B a n k .
C ed a r F a lls , F i r s t N a t io n a l B a n k ..........
I d a G r o v e , F i r s t N a t io n a l B a n k i ..........
P e lla , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k .........................
S io u x C it y , S io u x N a t i o n a l B a n k ..........
D e c o r a h , F i r s t N a t io n a l B a n k .................
Sioux C ity, F irst N ational B an k 2............
G r is w o ld , F i r s t N a t io n a l B a n k ...............
L e M ars, L e M ars N a t io n a l B a n k ..........
S to r m L a k e , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ..........
G r in n e ll, F i r s t N a t io n a l B a n k .................
C h a r ito n , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ................
C arroll, F i r s t N a t io n a l B a n k .....................
C o r n in g , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ..................

M ar.
Feb.
Feb.
A pr.
June
June
June
S ep t.
N ov.
Jan.
Feb.
A pr.
Jan.
J u ly
O c t.
O c t.
June

3 ,1 8 6 8
1 ,1 8 7 6
2 6 ,1 8 7 6
2 ,1 8 8 8
1 3 ,1 8 9 3
4 ,1 8 9 5
5 ,1 8 9 5
9 ,1 8 9 6
2 4 ,1 8 9 6
7 ,1 8 9 7
1 7 ,1 8 9 7
1 7 ,1 9 0 1
2 ,1 9 0 4
2 7 ,1 9 0 4
3 1 ,1 9 0 7
2 1 ,1 9 0 8
2 2 ,1 9 1 4

N o v . 3 0 ,1 8 7 2
M ar. 2 8 ]1 8 8 3
F e b . 2 8 ,1 8 7 8
N o v . 1 1 ,1 8 9 2
Jan.
6 ,1 8 9 7
A p r . 2 1 ,1 8 9 6
S e p t . 3 0 ,1 9 0 4
J u ly 2 4 ,1 9 0 2
O c t . 1 ,1 9 0 3
M ar. 1 6 ,1 8 9 7
S e p t . 3 0 ,1 9 0 3
Jan.
5 ,1 9 0 3
S e p t . 3 0 ,1 9 1 1
O c t . 3 1 ,1 9 1 0
A p r . 2 9 ,1 9 1 5
A u g . 9 ,1 9 1 5
O c t . 3 1 ,1 9 1 8

100,000
3 0 .0 0 0
5 0 .0 0 0

100,000
5 0 .0 0 0
1 5 0 .0 0 0
5 0 .0 0 0
3 0 0 .0 0 0
7 5 .0 0 0

9 0 .0 0 0
2 7 .0 0 0
4 5 .0 0 0
2 2 ,5 0 0
1 1 ,2 5 0
1 1 ,7 0 0
4 4 ,1 0 0
1 7 ,3 2 0

100.000

5 0 ,0 0 0

1, 50 5 ,0 0 0

T o t a l (a ll r e c e iv e r s h ip s c lo s e d , 17)

1 0 ,8 8 7
2 3 ,9 0 0
4 9 ,9 9 8
2 5 .0 0 0
5 0 .0 0 0
8 5 .0 0 0
4 9 ,9 9 5
5 6 3 ,6 5 0

100,000

9 0 ,0 0 0
4 3 ,2 0 0

5 0 .0 0 0

100,000
5 0 .0 0 0

100,000
5 0 .0 0 0

100,000

K ANSAS.

34
49
72
134
135
138
139
140
141
142
143
147
148
149
160
164
171
178

T o p e k a , F i r s t N a t io n a l B a n k ...............................
W ic h it a , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ..............................
F o r t S c o t t , M e r c h a n ts N a t io n a l B a n k i .........
A b ile n e , F i r s t N a t io n a l B a n k ..............................
H a r p e r , H a r p e r N a t io n a l B a n k ..........................
W e llin g to n , S t a t e N a t io n a l B a n k ......................
K in g m a n , K in g m a n N a t io n a l B a n k ................
A lm a , F i r s t N a t io n a l B a n k ...................................
B e lle v ille , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ..........................
M e a d e C e n t e r , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k .................
A r k a n s a s C ity , A m e r ic a n N a t io n a l B a n k . . .
E lls w o r t h , F i r s t N a t io n a l B a n k .........................
M c P h e r s o n . S e c o n d N a t io n a l B a n k ..................
P r a t t, P r a t t C o u n ty N a t io n a l B a n k ................
K a n s a s C ity , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ....................
C o ld w a te r , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k .........................
D o w n s , F i r s t N a t io n a l B a n k ................................
C h e r r y v a le , C h e rry v a le N a t io n a l B a n k .........




D ec.
S ep t.
S ep t.
Jan.
F eb.
S ep t.
O c t.
N ov.
D ec.
D ec.
D ec.
Feb.
M ar.
A pr.
A ug.
O c t.
Feb.
J u ly

16,1873
2 3 ,1 8 7 6
2 5 ,1 8 7 8
2 1 ,1 8 9 0
1 0 ,1 8 9 0
2 5 ,1 8 9 0
2 ,1 8 9 0
2 1 ,1 8 9 0
1 2 ,1 8 9 0
2 4 ,1 8 9 0
2 6 ,1 8 9 0
1 1 ,1 8 9 1
2 5 ,1 8 9 1
7 ,1 8 9 1
1 7 ,1 8 9 1
1 4 ,1 8 9 1
6 ,1 8 9 2
2 ,1 8 9 2

S e p t.
J u ly
A pr.
M ay
J u ly
M ar.
June

11,1878
1 4 ,1880
8 ,1 8 8 1
9 ,1 8 9 5
2 1 ,1 8 9 4
2 9 ,1 8 9 3
7 ,1 8 9 9

O c t.
A pr.
O c t.
A pr.
N ov.
A pr.
M ay
N ov.
A pr.
Jan.

3 1 ,1 8 9 3
1 4 ,1 9 0 2
3 1 ,1 9 0 8
1 1 ,1 8 9 8
1,1893
1 ,1 8 9 6
2 5 ,1 8 9 9
2 4 ,1 8 9 4
2 5 ,1 8 9 8
5 ,1 8 9 7

£ 0 ,0 0 0
5 0 ,0 0 0

100,000
5 0 ,0 0 0
5 0 ,0 0 0

2 1 ,2 4 0
1 0 .7 5 0
1 1 .2 5 0

100,000

22,000

7 5 .0 0 0
5 0 .0 0 0
5 0 .0 0 0
3 0 0 .0 0 0
5 0 .0 0 0
5 0 .0 0 0
50 l000
1 5 0 .0 0 0

1 6 ,8 7 5
1 1 .2 5 0
1 0 .7 5 0
4 5 ,0 0 0
1 1 .2 5 0
1 1 .2 5 0
1 1 .2 5 0
3 3 .7 5 0

52.000
5 0 .0 0 0
5 0 .0 0 0

11,200
1 0 .7 5 0
1 1 .2 5 0

T o t a l a s s e ts
a t fa ilu r e.

$13,905,118
520,677
434,661
1,2 8 7 ,1 4 8
50,176
292,845

O ffs e ts .

C la im s
proved.

C o lle c tio n s
fro m a s se ts
a n d a sse ss ­
m ent upon
s to c k ­
h o ld e r s.

$ 1 ,3 4 0 ,7 3 6 $1 1 ,5 8 5 ,1 8 9 $14 ,2 3 3 ,2 2 1
424 ,8 2 6
8 ,3 2 8
2 0 8,268
275,870
295, 842
3 4 ,686
75,616
610,605
1 ,1 0 8 ,0 4 7
2 ,4 4 2
22,541
10,580
7 ,9 4 8
178,069
248,425

L oans
p a id .

D iv id e n d s
p a id .

L egal
exp en ses.

$ 1 ,9 8 9 ,2 8 9 $ 1 1 ,9 3 2 ,7 4 5
6 ,6 7 8
175,237
1,215
264,835
442,817
627,200
10,685
10,723
183,592
4 8 ,299

$158,622
11,274
7,199
2 ,2 1 6

R e c e iv e r s ’
s a la r y
a n d o th e r
exp en ses.

O rder o f fa il­
u re.

from assessments, and disposition of collections, 1865 to Oct. 81, 1918, by States—Contd.

340
454
455
459
502
548

3 ,2 6 4

$152,565
15,079
15,447
2 3 ,1 2 2
1,1 3 3
12,021

3 0 ,9 1 3 ,4 6 9

2 ,9 0 9 ,4 2 3

2 1 ,1 2 3 ,4 4 5

2 4 ,5 0 5 ,7 8 3

3 ,7 1 1 ,5 4 6

1 9 ,0 4 3 ,5 5 7

4 3 6,337

667,335

233,057
112,362
345,589
188,100
34,754
31,047
610,784
364,807
2 ,0 9 8 ,2 6 8

10,410
3,5 9 5
60,311
62,774
8 ,411
52
3 2,233
7,164
179,701

144,606
6 2 ,6 4 6
185,760
133,112
2 1 ,182
46,441
365,931
226,535
1 ,1 1 2 ,5 6 7

89,896
67,251
197,633
103,235
3 4 ,0 9 6
4 0 ,3 0 9
3 7 1,720
225,149
1 ,2 2 6 ,4 0 1

72,089
6 2 ,646
173,512
81,941
20,998
26,809
275,684
197,292
678,902

4 ,7 1 8

296
520
4 ,0 5 9
10
3 ,3 9 2
64,035
12,869
454,790

5 ,1 4 6
2 ,6 9 0
1,7 9 2
2 ,2 2 3
5 ,1 6 8
3 ,6 1 5
3 4 ,095

13,089
4 ,3 0 9
9 ,7 1 6
10,919
11,296
7,8 8 5
2 6 ,8 3 3
11,373
58 ,6 1 4

173,123
100,797
797,954
123,584
1 ,1 2 9 ,6 8 8
194,406

8 ,5 2 0

98,775

49,173
5 ,8 8 6
89,182
11,083

620,752
75,191
655,486
126,354

126,751
3 0 ,8 9 6
346,354
5 1 ,9 0 2
1 ,0 3 8 ,5 7 5
149,312

3 0 ,807
21,980
16,935
24, 791
302,195
1,853

295,431
22,409
686,555
129,605

3 ,2 4 2
1 ,6 6 0
6 ,9 3 4
715
12,072
1,404

10,077
3 ,3 5 6
27,054
3 ,9 8 7
3 1 ,1 8 2
1 6 ,450

6 ,5 3 8 ,3 2 0

528,495

3 ,8 7 5 ,3 3 8

4 ,0 9 9 ,4 8 0

9 3 8 ,5 3 2

2 ,8 0 6 ,4 9 8

85,474

246,140

302,949
65,969
100,051
673,490
204,567

33,454
3 ,5 1 0
3,0 4 3
71,172
10,491

205,256
56 ,4 5 7
3 4 ,535
435,319
126,411

15,507

9,4 9 4
17,073
3 5,682

6 1 ,8 5 3
146,199
2 2 4,862

3 ,9 2 8
5 ,8 1 0
4 ,5 7 3
4 ,8 2 6
5 ,4 9 9
752,500
13,165

134,929
12,624
3 4 ,5 3 6
248,132
75,969

5 9 ,138
893,555
329,543

168,448
23,265
4 8 ,488
273,091
90 ,7 6 8
6 ,0 0 7
6 6 ,027
947,925
148,817

3 9 ,969
114,035
104,551

3 ,9 7 7
1 ,3 6 7
2 ,0 7 7
4 ,4 0 8
2 ,8 2 5
210
6 ,5 1 3
13,879
10,410

14,035
9 ,2 7 4
7,935
14,741
7,401
971
9 ,2 4 9
2 0 ,809
20,691

111,564
218,786
226,479
425,290
746,504
647,119
334,038

5,395
9,424
14,917
12,346
100,496
112,272
14,915

5 8 ,9 0 6
122,403
139,455
337,215
1 ,3 1 1 ,3 6 5
406,276
2 3 6,241

8 3 ,5 0 2
122,403
134,287
3 2 3,994
739,360
343,894
219,062

15,227
27 ,6 3 2
7 4 ,898
6,0 7 5
33,384
44,212
3 7 ,5 7 6

4 4 ,866
75,971
3 7 ,786
290,220
628,121
257, 708
1 6 3,718

5,2 0 1
7,537
6 ,6 3 9
3 ,6 5 7
53 ,0 3 1
14,433
2 ,0 1 1

i o , 998
6 ,3^ 3
14,964
24,042
2 4 ,724
27,541
14,159

5 ,3 3 9 ,0 4 2

453,684

3 ,9 0 2 ,7 5 3

3 ,7 3 9 ,2 3 8

1 ,0 4 4 ,8 1 2

2 ,2 6 3 ,1 3 5

138,175

227,917

188,857
145,144
83 ,3 5 6
213,788
6 6 ,6 7 3
112,730
177,843
77,216
84,086
70,573
639,012
193,146
123,113
98,905
291,738
85,640
118,129
100,626

2 6 ,951
17,409
178
1 ,7 3 3
5 ,6 0 0
801
1 ,541
129
274
225
56 ,7 3 8
2 ,6 6 9
3 ,6 1 1
429
11,076
7,091
127
11,881

5 5 ,3 7 2
97,464
27,801
7 5 ,6 3 8
2 2 ,4 3 6
5 6 ,745
8 3 ,7 5 6
3 1 ,0 8 9
3 0 ,5 1 6
1 8 ,8 2 2
275,923
111,742
4 2 ,9 6 2
4 2 ,0 5 9
121,357
3 4 ,014
36 ,1 5 6
1 6 ,2 5 0

60 ,3 1 4
79,623
2 2 ,146
9 8 ,0 0 5
3 1 ,465
7 9 ,666
6 9 ,227
28,165
41,475
23,341
523,274
9 4 ,524
59,141
51 ,6 4 6
142,119
2 6 ,299
5 3 ,3 5 0
33 ,4 7 7

3 1 ,6 6 8
5 9 ,121
16,670
66,221
20,410
60 ,9 0 2
5 2 ,1 7 8
6 ,2 1 8
3 0 ,516
11,851
233,984
54,475
21,705
29,813
8 8 ,2 6 8
18,196
2 8 ,5 6 3
4 ,8 3 8

6 ,0 7 5
2 ,2 0 0
1 ,4 8 8
2 ,0 9 9
872
780
3 ,5 2 9
5,1 9 5
772
2 ,8 9 7
21,137
2 ,0 7 9
934
5,911
9 ,8 5 2
1 ,3 1 8
2 ,1 1 7
2 ,4 5 3

8 ,2 8 2
1 ,5 2 9
3 ,7 1 6
9 ,3 4 1
7 ,1 5 8
6 ,6 3 3
11,042
7 ,6 3 2
3 ,9 6 3
6 ,6 7 4
4 8 ,4 7 8
1 0 ,248
4 ,3 7 0
7 ,6 6 6
1 6 ,233
5 ,0 8 2
5 ,9 3 9
4 ,5 6 3




14 ,2 8 9
1 6 ,773
272
2 0 ,3 4 4
3 ,0 2 5
10,998
1,7 7 4
8 ,4 8 3
6 ,2 2 4
1,9 1 9
219,675
27 ,7 2 2 '
3 2 ,1 3 2
8 ,2 5 6
2 4 ,3 2 6
1,7 0 3
16,731
21 ,6 2 3

2 R esto rec 1 t o s o lv e n c y

82,625

33
36
52
57
80
91
96
181
221
233
244
375
421
426
452
477

12
43
44
124
198
292
293
323
335
343
356
398
422
436
475
499
547

34
49
72
134
135
138
139
140
141
142
143
147
148
149
160
164
171
178

*
2
,
°£
H
<p
0

<4-t

L o c a tio n a n d n a m e o f b a n k .

R e c e iv e r
a p p o in t e d .

R e c e iv e r s h ip
c lo se d .

C a p ita l a t
fa ilu r e .

V
t

C ir c u la tio n
o u tsta n d ­
in g a t
fa ilu r e .

o

Kansas—continued.
179
183

200
235
247
258
264
302
310
314
321
331
372
380
384
386
387
453
500
535
539

E r ie , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ......................................
N e w t o n , N e w t o n N a t io n a l B a n k .......................
A rk an sas C ity, F irst N ation al B a n k 1 ............ ..
M a r io n , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ................................
H u t c h in s o n , H u t c h in s o n N a t io n a l B a n k . . .
W ic h it a , S t a t e N a t io n a l B a n k .............................
W ic h it a , W ic h it a N a t io n a l B a n k .......................
W e llin g t o n , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k .......................
H u m b o ld t , H u m b o ld t F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k .
W e llin g t o n , S u m n e r N a t io n a l B a n k ................
L a r n e d , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ...............................
G a r n e tt, F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ..............................
P a o la , N a t io n a l B a n k ................................................
E m p o r ia , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ............................
A t c h is o n , A t c h is o n N a t io n a l B a n k ..................
A r k a n s a s C ity , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k 2 3.........
M c P h e r s o n , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k 2 ...................
T o p e k a , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ..............................
F o r t S c o tt, F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ........................
Y a t e s C en ter, Y a t e s C e n te r N a t io n a l B a n k .
M arion, M arion N ation al B an k 1.......................

J u ly
Jan.
June
A ug.
N ov.
June
S e p t.
O c t.
F eb.
June
A ug.
N ov.
Feb.
N ov.
S e p t.
O c t.
O c t.
J u ly
N ov.
D ec.
Jan.

2 ,1 8 9 2
1 6 ,1893
15,1893
22 ,1 8 9 3
6 ,1 8 9 3
29,1 8 9 4
5 ,1 8 9 4
2 5 ,1 8 9 5
1 5 ,1896
2 6 ,1 8 9 6
2 6 ,1 8 9 6
9 ,1 8 9 6
1,1 8 9 8
1 6 ,1898
5 ,1 8 9 9
1 9 ,1899
28,1 8 9 9
3 ,1 9 0 5
20,1 9 0 8
5 ,1913
12,1914

A pr.
O c t.
Feb.
O c t.
M ar.
June
Feb.
June
M ar.
M ay
Jan.
M ar.
D ec.
D ec.
O c t.
S e p t.
F eb.
S ep t.
A pr.
J u ly
Jan.

6 ,1 8 9 3
27 ,1 8 9 7
6 ,1 8 9 4
2 8 ,1897
31 ,1 9 1 4
27 ,1 8 9 8
28,1 8 9 8
1 8 ,1900
20,1 8 9 9
2 1 ,1 9 0 0
28 ,1899
29,1 8 9 8
26,1 8 9 9
3 1 ,1 9 0 6
25,1901
1 8 ,1900
24,1903
30,1 9 0 9
16,1 9 1 0
26,1 9 1 8
26,1 9 1 4

$ 5 0 ,0 0 0

100,000
125.000
5 0 .0 0 0

100.000
100,000
2 5 0.000
5 0 .0 0 0
6 0 .0 0 0

100.000
50 .0 0 0
5 0 .0 0 0
5 0 .0 0 0

100,000
5 0 .0 0 0

100,000
5 0 .0 0 0
300 .0 0 0

100.000
50 .0 0 0
2 5 .0 0 0

$ 1 1 ,2 5 0
2 2 ,5 0 0
2 1 ,9 0 0
2 2 .5 0 0
2 2 .5 0 0
4 4 .5 0 0
1 1 .2 5 0
1 3 .0 0 0
2 2 .5 0 0
1 1 .2 5 0
11 ,7 0 0
1 1 .2 5 0
2 2 .5 0 0
4 5 .0 0 0
2 9 8 ,3 5 0
9 9 ,9 9 8
5 0 ,0 0 0

T o t a l (a ll r e c e iv e r s h ip s , 39).

3 ,3 4 7 ,0 0 0

1 ,1 2 4 ,9 6 3

T o t a l (r e c e iv e r s h ip s c lo se d , 38).

3 ,2 7 2 ,0 0 0

1 ,1 0 8 ,0 8 8

5 0 .0 0 0

1 1 ,2 5 0
4 5 ,0 0 0
176 ,4 0 0

KENTUCKY.

231'
349
350
392
507
514
546
556

M id d le sb o r o , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ....................
N e w p o r t , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ............................
L o u is v ille , G e r m a n N a t io n a l B a n k ...................
S o m e r s e t, S o m e r s e t N a t io n a l B a n k in g C o .. .
B u rn side, F irst N ation al B a n k 1..........................
B e a tty v ille ,. N a t io n a l B a n k o f..............................
L o n d o n , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ..............................
Providence, Union N ation al B an k 1...................

A ug.
Jan.
Jan.
A ug.
S e p t.
O c t.
A pr.
Feb.

12,1893
21,1897
22,1897
17,1900
17,1909
15,1910
9 ,1 9 1 4
12,1 9 1 5

S e p t.
S e p t.
June
S e p t.
D ec.
J u ly

3 0 ,1 9 0 2
3 0 ,1909
5 ,1 9 0 5
30 ,1 9 0 8
23 ,1909
23 ,1 9 1 3

A p r . 15,1915

200,000
251 ,5 0 0
5 0 .0 0 0
2 5 .0 0 0
2 5 .0 0 0
5 0 .0 0 0
2 5 .0 0 0

6 ,2 5 0
2 5 ,0 0 0
4 9 ,2 0 0

T o t a l (a ll r e c e iv e r s h ip s , 8 ) —

6 7 6 .5 0 0

3 1 3 ,1 0 0

T o ta l (r e c e iv e r s h ip s c lo s e d , 7)

6 2 6 .5 0 0

2 6 3 ,9 0 0

500 .0 0 0
500 .0 0 0
600 .0 0 0

200,000

180,000
4 5 0 .0 0 0
3 6 0 .0 0 0
4 4 ,3 0 0
4 2 ,8 0 0
6 ,2 5 0
7 2 ,8 9 8

2 ,2 2 5 ,0 0 0

1 ,1 5 6 ,2 4 8

LOUISIANA.

7
24
31
324
351
525
563

N e w O r lea n s, F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ..................
N e w O r lea n s, C rescen t N a t io n a l B a n k ...........
N e w O r lea n s, N e w O r le a n s N . B k g . A s s n . . .
N e w O r lea n s, A m e r ic a n N a t io n a l B a n k -----N e w O r lea n s, M u tu a l N a t io n a l B a n k .............
N e w R o a d s , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k .....................
M o n ro e , U n io n N a t io n a l B a n k ............................

M ay
M ar.
O c t.
S e p t.
Jan.
S e p t.
June

20,1 8 6 7
18,1873
2 3 ,1 8 7 3
10,1 8 9 6
27,1 8 9 7
3 0 ,1 9 1 2
2 4 ,1 9 1 5

S e p t.
June
M ar.
A ug.
J u ly
O c t.
June

2 8 ,1 8 8 2
1,1881
2 1 ,1887
1 2 ,1902
9 ,1 9 0 0
3 1,1917
3 0 ,1917

T o t a l (a ll r e c e iv e r s h ip s c lo s e d , 7)

200,000
200,000
2 5 ,0 0 0

M ARYLAND.

394

B a ltim o r e , A m e r ic a n N a t io n a l B a n k (r e ­
c e iv e r s h ip c lo se d , 1).

87
106

B o s t o n , P a c ific N a t io n a l B a n k ............................
C lin to n , L a n c a s te r N a t io n a l B a n k ....................
A bington, A bington N ation al B a n k 1 .................
B o s t o n , M a v e r ic k N a t io n a l B a n k ......................
N ortham pton, H am pshire County N . B .1----B o s t o n , B r o a d w a y N a t io n a l B a n k ...................
B o s t o n , G lo b e N a t io n a l B a n k ..............................
P e a b o d y , S o u t h D a n v e r s N a t io n a l B a n k . . .
S p r in g fie ld , P y n c h o n N a t io n a l B a n k ..............
B o s t o n , H a n c o c k N a t io n a l B a n k 2....................
B o s t o n , C e n tr a l N a t io n a l B a n k ...........................

D e c . 2 1 ,1 9 0 0

O c t.

31,1 9 0 8

200,000

9 7 ,8 0 0

M ay
Jan.
A ug.
N ov.
M ay
D ec.
D ec.
S e p t.
June
A pr.
N ov.

June
S e p t.
Feb.
M ar.
M ar.
F eb.
Feb.
June

30,1 8 9 3
14,1891
17,1887
31,1 8 9 8
2 0,1899
15,1900
25,1903
3 0 ,1 9 1 0

9 6 1 ,3 0 0

200.000

4 5 0 .0 0 0
2 7 .0 0 0
1 3 1,370
4 5 .0 0 0
9 0 .0 0 0
4 4 ,9 9 7
4 5 .0 0 0
5 0 .0 0 0
1 0 9 .0 0 0

4 0 0 .0 0 0
5 0 0 .0 0 0

3 9 5 ,9 0 0

MASSACHUSETTS.

111
165
374
388
390
393
400
406
407




2 2 ,1 8 8 2
2 0 ,1 8 8 6
2 ,1 8 8 6
2,1 8 9 1
2 3 ,1 8 9 8
1 6,1899
21,1 8 9 9
1 9 ,1 9 0 0
2 4 ,1901
4 ,1 9 0 2
1 3 ,1 9 0 2

O c t. 20,1 9 0 4
O c t. 20,1 9 0 6

100,000
1 5 0.000
4 0 0 .0 0 0
2 5 0.000

200.000
1,000,000
1 5 0.000

113

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

from assessments, and disposition of collections, 1865 to Oct. 81, 1918, by States—Contd.

T o ta l a s s e ts
a t fa ilu r e .

O ffs e ts .

C la im s
p roved .

C o lle c tio n s
fr o m a s se ts
a n d a s se ss ­
m ent upon
s to c k ­
h o ld e r s .

L oans
p a id .

D iv id e n d s
p a id .

L egal
exp en ses.

R e c e iv e r s ’ *2
s a la r y
o g
a n d o th e r
<>
x
exp en ses.
2
o

$96,433
203,749

$1 ,4 2 9
13,633

$ 3 3 ,9 8 6
9 9 ,6 1 0

$49,796
7 2 ,990

$ 1 1 ,0 0 2
5 ,0 5 5

$35,146
53 ,3 3 4

$439
4 ,8 8 6

$ 1 ,5 5 3
9 ,7 1 5

104,298
235,574
3 3 3 ,228
583,653
126,614
116,894
155,672
106,166
132,139
67,538
630,455
227,188

2 ,0 7 8
23 ,1 9 8
16,552
131,196
604
2,3 3 1
1,405
10,334
27,694
2 ,4 0 2
25,229
9,0 3 4

4 2 ,3 9 6
9 5 ,751
183,608
181,810
50 ,4 3 1
47,686
6 1 ,3 7 8
3 8 ,709
41 ,5 0 5
10,035
5 00,426
185,718

16,586
2 6 ,4 9 8
48,834
2 0 0,422
2 0 ,2 1 2
14,982
2 1 ,902
8 ,3 4 2
8 ,8 5 6
721
71,229
714
4,8 5 0

3 2 ,9 3 5
25,613
67,904
110,299
3 7 ,872
33,819
49,225
25,023
4 1 ,505
10,099
325,415
9 2 ,8 5 9

4 ,5 6 2
7 ,1 9 0
6 ,3 3 7
11,095
5 ,4 4 5
4 ,4 0 0
4 ,7 7 2
2 ,8 4 0
1,797
2 ,5 2 9
21,145
3 ,4 4 3

2 ,1 1 8 ,2 7 6
638,716
358,947

208,523
100,082
87,566

14,567
1 ,5 4 0 ,3 0 6
481,814
186,930

6 5 ,544
72,681
136,396
347 ,3 5 8
79,489
68,294
9 4 ,924
41,229
56,770
19,633
438,475
104,032
6 ,2 9 6
10,396
1 ,4 6 5 ,2 3 3
408,722
190,733

161,375
17,121
29,904

5 ,7 1 8
1 ,2 6 7 ,8 5 1
374,189
120,601

11,461
1 3 ,380
13,321
2 5 ,5 4 2
10,824
6 ,0 8 1
8 ,4 2 4
3 ,5 8 2
4 ,6 1 2
4 ,6 5 7
2 0 ,6 8 6
7 ,0 1 6
1,4 4 6
3 ,7 9 6
2 3 ,094
14,100
24 ,6 9 0

9 ,1 0 6 ,1 1 5

811,753

4 ,9 7 6 ,7 6 8

5 ,2 4 6 ,2 4 8

1 ,1 0 4 ,8 7 4

3 ,5 4 5 ,0 0 4

183,386

376,529

9 ,0 2 8 ,8 9 9

811,624

4 ,9 4 5 ,6 7 9

5 ,2 1 8 ,0 8 3

1 ,0 9 6 ,3 9 1

3 ,5 3 8 ,7 8 6

178,191

368,897

84,128
813,914
632,053
157,285

8 ,293
218,954
51,799
9 ,627

22,011
367,356
292,497
120,804

37,727
486,965
430,405
183,996

10.774
113,231
59.775
23,172

15,037
321,412
310,388
140,556

3 ,0 7 5
15,795
23 ,9 1 8
6 ,5 8 2

8 ,8 4 1
31,527
2 6 ,737
7 ,3 6 5

107,203
343,020

19,115
29,403

5 4 ,218
251,816

8 0 ,808
291,719

12,112
38,334

5 6 ,522
207,808

2 ,0 1 3
11,985

8,8 8 1
24,227

2 ,1 3 7 ,6 0 3

337,191

1 ,1 0 8 ,7 0 2

1 ,5 1 1 ,6 2 0

257,398

1 ,0 5 1 ,7 2 3

6 3 ,3 6 8

107,578

1 ,794,583

307,788

856,886

1 ,2 1 9 ,9 0 1

219,064

843,915

51,383

83,351

1 ,8 30,664
638,390
776,870
935,305
497,510
88,224
648,276

58,645
8,949
8,964
31,881
14,363
1,444
67,682

1 ,1 1 9 ,3 1 3
657,020
1 ,4 2 9 ,5 9 5
599,707
124,763
4 2 ,424
261,505

1 ,0 3 7 ,5 2 9
622,405
1 ,0 1 0 ,5 5 9
367,044
282,286
53,835
429,595

17,477
18,964
3 ,6 3 0
185,420
154,058
14,024
139,049

884,429
549,427
862,263
128,235
103,472
27,242
261,532

43,183
25,376
67,569
21,500
3,4 2 4
3 ,1 3 3
9,9 7 3

92 ,4 4 0
28,638
77,097
31,889
16,335
9 ,4 3 6
17,427

5 ,4 1 5 ,2 3 9

191,928

4 ,2 3 4 ,3 2 7

3 ,8 0 3 ,2 5 3

532,622

2 ,8 1 6 ,6 0 0

174,158

273,262

711,767

66,859

315,579

495,411

113,825

337,310

10,911

3 0 ,1 3 0

394

3 ,4 6 2 ,8 3 7
291,651
296,177
9 ,690,691
865,360
2 ,602,671
7 ,4 0 5 ,5 9 5
573,354
1 ,706,259
281,924
3,78 9 ,9 1 1

206,268
18.883
3,721
1 ,0 8 2 ,7 9 4
136,857
223,705
261,820
19,216
39.884

2 ,3 9 7 ,1 2 9
171,581
116,626
7 ,6 0 2 ,3 4 1
497,889
2 ,0 0 9 ,8 1 5
2 ,6 7 1 ,3 1 8
259,404
1 ,0 4 8 ,7 0 8
128,371
2 ,0 4 1 ,7 8 9

1 ,9 9 0 ,4 0 6
304,008
198,513
7 ,0 5 9 ,0 2 7
589,198
2 ,0 4 4 ,6 5 4
6 ,9 9 4 ,3 8 9
335,945
1,5 3 8 ,4 8 1
194,820
2 ,7 3 5 ,8 0 8

194,574
8 2 ,472

1 ,5 6 6 ,1 2 4
188,482
117,878
6 ,8 5 4 ,7 7 5
508,910
2 ,0 2 4 ,7 7 9
2 ,8 6 1 ,1 4 0
207,840
1 ,0 5 6 ,7 8 2
131,478
2 ,1 1 6 ,5 5 2

101,794
2,8 5 5
198
40,175
3,4 2 6
2 ,4 1 6
29,451
16,969
10,253
3,027
2 9 ,9 1 2

127,914
22,713
5 ,2 0 8
8 1 ,038
6 ,3 9 9
4 ,8 9 2
45,207
2 1 ,630
35 ,8 0 0
7 ,4 2 2
59,794

87
106
111
165
374
388
390
393
400
406
407

599,639




83,039
7 ,8 4 3
875
4 ,0 5 2 ,9 4 0
89,506
353,507
10,858
484,939

88212,913
3 ,3 1 2
13,691

179
183
200
235
247
258
264
302
310
314
321
331
372
380
384
386
387
453
500
535
539

231
349
350
392
507
514
546
556

7
24
31
324
351
525
563

£
3
O0
>
u3
C
l
n>
O

R e c e iv e r s h ip
c lo se d .

C a p ita l a t
fa ilu r e .

C ir c u la tio n
o u tsta n d ­
in g a t
fa ilu r e .

J u ly
1,1 9 0 4
N o v . 30,1911
M a y 3 1 ,1913
O c t. 25 ,1 9 1 2

$ 100,000
200,000
300.000
100.000
100,000
200,000

$ 5 0,000
200,000
5 0 ,000
2 5 .000
25 .0 0 0
190,198

T o t a l (a ll r e c e iv e r s h ip s , 1 7 ).........

5 ,3 1 1 ,3 0 0

1 ,9 2 8 ,4 6 5

T o t a l (r e c e iv e r s h ip s c lo se d , 1 4 ).

4 ,8 1 1 ,3 0 0

1 ,6 0 4 ,2 6 7

50.000
100,000
5 0 .000
100,000
300.000
50.000
50 .0 0 0
100.000
100,000
5 0 .000
100,000
5 0 .000
50.000
100,000
5 0 .0 0 0
5 0 .000

1 1 .250
4 4 ,0 0 0
1 1 .250
3 3 .2 5 0
4 4 ,2 8 0
11.250
1 1 .250
2 2 ,5 0 0
1 1 .2 5 0
2 2 ,000
11.250
5 0 .0 0 0
100,000
12,500
2 0 .000

1 ,3 5 0 ,0 0 0

4 1 6,030

100,000
100,000
50.000
50 .0 0 0
200,000
200,000
500,000
5 0 .000
25 .0 0 0
2 5 .000

4 5 .0 0 0
9 0 .0 0 0
44 ,4 2 0
11,250
45 .0 0 0
44 ,0 1 0
4 3 ,950
5 0 .000
2 5 .000
14,400

T o t a l ( a ll r e c e iv e r s h ip s , 1 0 )___

1 ,3 0 0 ,0 0 0

4 1 3,030

T o t a l (r e c e iv e r s h ip s c lo se d , 8 ) .

1 ,2 5 0 ,0 0 0

373 ,6 3 0

5 0 .000
6 0 .0 0 0

2 5 .500
13.500

110,000

3 9 ,0 0 0

2 ,5 0 0 ,0 0 0
500.000
100.000
5 0 .000
100,000
300.000
200.000
250.000
1 ,0 0 0 ,0 0 0
250.000
300.000
50 .0 0 0

4 4 ,860
4 4 ,940
4 4 .5 0 0
2 7 .000
4 5 .0 0 0
44 ,4 3 0
45 .0 0 0
4 4 ,9 8 0
45 .0 0 0
4 5 .0 0 0
212,600
12.500

5 ,6 0 0 ,0 0 0

655 ,8 1 0

L o c a tio n a n d n a m e o f b a n k .

Ma s s a c h u s e t t s

415
463
467
481
510
531

R e c e iv e r
a p p o in te d .

con tm n ed .

G r een field , P a c k a r d N a t io n a l B a n k ..............
B o s t o n , A m e r ic a n N a t io n a l B a n k ...................
C h e lsea , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k .............................
N o r th A ttle b o r o u g h , J e w e le r s N a t l. B a n k .
C a m b r id g e, N a t io n a l C ity B a n k .......................
L o w e ll, T rad er s N a t io n a l B a n k ........................

O c t.
N ov.
A ug.
D ec.
Feb.
O c t.

1,1903
27,1905
17,1906
20,1907
2 3 ,1910
20,1913

MICHIGAN.

128
152
205

222
252
328
329
337
341
368
369
383
395
396
505
520

L o w e ll, L o w e ll N a t io n a l B a n k ...........................
M a r sh a ll, N a t io n a l C ity B a n k .............................
G r e e n v ille , C ity N a t io n a l B a n k .........................
B ig R a p id s , N o r th e r n N a t io n a l B a n k ............
D e tr o it, T h ir d N a t io n a l B a n k .............................
M o u n t P le a s a n t, F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ...........
I th a c a , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k .................................
S a g in a w , F ir s t N a tT B a n k o f E a s t S a g in a w .
B ig R a p id s , B ig R a p id s N a t io n a l B a n k 1. . .
B e n t o n H a r b o r , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k . . . . . . .
S a u lt S te . M arie, S a u lt S te . M arie N a tT B ’k
N ile s , C itiz e n s N a t io n a l B a n k .............................
W h it e P ig e o n , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ................
N ile s , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k .................................. .
I r o n w o o d , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ....................... .
A lb io n , A lb io n N a t io n a l B a n k ......................... .

S e p t.
June
June
A ug.
F eb.
O c t.
O c t.
D ec.
D ec.
S e p t.
D ec.
J u ly
D ec.
M ar.
June
Jan.

19,1888
22,1891
2 7,1893
5 .1 8 9 3
1 .1894
7 ,1 8 9 6
14.1896
10.1896
3 1 .1896
2 1 .1897
10.1897
8 ,1 8 9 9
2 7 ,1900
9,1901
2 1 ,1909
4 ,1 9 1 2

A pr.
M ar.
June
M ay
M ar.
M ar.
O c t.
A ug.
A pr.
M ay
N ov.
June
S e p t.
June
June
O c t.

2 4 ,1890
3 1 ,1 8 9 5
2 4 .1899
31,1 9 0 9
31 .1 9 0 3
20.1903
21.1901
15.1899
30.1901
31.1 9 0 0
1 5,1898
1 0.1902
27.1901
30,1 9 1 7
30,1 9 1 4
3 1 ,1 9 1 6

T o t a l ( a ll r e c e iv e r s h ip s c lo se d , 1 6 ).
MINNESOTA.

45
55
105
130
334
347
360
444
541
586

D u lu t h , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ........................
M in n e a p o lis, N a t io n a l E x c h a n g e B a n k ..
L a k e C ity , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ...................
A n o k a , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ..........................
D u lu t h , M arin e N a t io n a l B a n k ....................
M in n e a p o lis, C o lu m b ia N a t io n a l B a n k . .
M in n e a p o lis, U n io n N a t io n a l B a n k ...........
F a r ib a u lt, F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ...................
B a r n e s v ille , B a r n e s v ille N a t io n a l B a n k .
C lark fie ld , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ...................

M ar.
M ay
Jan.
A pr.
N ov.
Jan.
M ar.
Jan.
Jan.
S e p t.

13.1876
24.1877
4 ,1 8 8 6
2 2 ,1889
11.1896
14.1897
20.1897
3 ,1 9 0 5
14,1914
25,1917

Jan.
June
June
M ay
A pr.
Jan.
M ay
S e p t.

31,1881
10,1880
1 ,1886
4 ,1 8 9 6
16,1900
22,1900
25,1901
30,1911

MISSISSIPPI.

13
226

V ic k s b u r g , N a t io n a l B a n k ............
S ta r k v ille , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k .

A p r . 24,1 8 6 8
A u g . 9 ,1 8 9 3

N o v . 2 5,1882
F e b . 2 7,1899

T o t a l ( a ll r e c e iv e r s h ip s c lo se d , 2 ) .

56
62
63
73
74

121
255
256
284
336
456
468

S t. L o u is , N . B . of th e S t a t e o f M iss o u r i___
K a n s a s C ity , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ...................
K a n s a s C ity , C o m m e r c ia l N a t io n a l B a n k ..,
P la t t e C ity , F a r m e r s N a t io n a l B a n k ............ .
W a r r e n sb u r g , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k .................
S t. L o u is , F if t h N a t io n a l B a n k .........................
S p r in g fie ld , A m e r ic a n N a t io n a l B a n k ...........
S e d a lia , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k .............................
K a n s a s C ity , N a t io n a l B a n k o f K a n s a s C ity
K a n s a s C ity , M isso u r i N a t io n a l B a n k ..........
K a n s a s C ity , C ity N a t io n a l B a n k ...................
B u t le r , B a t e s N a t io n a l B a n k .............................
T o t a l ( a ll r e c e iv e r s h ip s c lo se d , 1 2 ).




J u n e 23,1877
F e b . 1 1 ,1878

.......do............
O c t.
N ov.
N ov.
Feb.
M ay
M ar.
D ec.
J u ly
S e p t.

1 ,1 8 7 8
1 ,1 8 7 8
1 5 ,1887
2 8 ,1 8 9 4
10,1 8 9 4
1 8 ,1895
3 ,1 8 9 6
20 ,1 9 0 5
20 ,1 9 0 6

M ar.
J u ly
M ar.
O c t.
M ar.
June
J u ly
June
J u ly
June
June
M ay

26,1888
6,1881
9 ,1 8 8 2
10,1879
15,1881
10.1901
24,1897
3 0 ,1909
1 ,1908
2 3 .1902
3 0 ,1906
7 ,1 9 1 5

from assessments, and disposition of collections, 1865 to Oct. 31, 1918, by States—Cor

T o t a l a s s e ts
a t fa ilu r e.

C la im s
p roved.

O ffse ts.

C o lle c tio n s
fro m a s se ts
a n d a s se ss ­
m ent upon
s to c k ­
h o ld e r s.

L oans
p a id .

D iv id e n d s
p a id .

L egal
exp en ses.

R e c e iv e r s ’
s a la r y
a n d o th e r
exp en ses.

$ 5 ,0 4 6
2 3 ,1 2 0
4 2 ,313
3 1 ,1 7 0
2 3 ,9 1 0
51,921

$412,021
472,061
1,1 5 4 ,2 5 7
912.833
238.834
3 ,2 4 4 ,4 2 4

$19,073
33,301
114, 781
91, 722
33 ,2 3 7
148,071

$238,929
160,874
598,928
656,546
389,831
2 ,8 2 5 ,2 5 5

$304,241
276,273
725,278
887,860
313,153
2 ,6 7 0 ,0 4 9

$ 5 0,368
88,139
100,976
164,632
914
34,493

$243,619
161,252
548,428
681,815
253,389
2 ,5 4 2 ,4 8 8

$894
3 ,7 6 2
13,506
10,243
18,191
12,223

3 7 ,4 0 0 ,8 6 0

3 ,0 3 2 ,9 7 2

23,8 1 5 ,3 3 4

2 9 ,1 6 2 ,1 0 3

5 ,8 0 0 ,0 7 5

2 2 ,0 6 5 ,7 3 1

2 9 9 ,2 9 5

2 ,8 1 1 ,7 8 0

1 9 ,5 5 1 ,5 4 0

2 4 ,6 4 0 ,4 2 0

5 ,4 1 1 ,1 6 1

1 8 ,2 1 3 ,0 7 2

2 5 8,628

483,866

127,975
197,018
321.778
337,323
543,218
119,220
136,669
583,192
55,248
138,931
131,494
199,177
102,923
360.779
599,154
146,576

1 ,8 4 0
4,1 9 9
3 ,5 1 9
6,5 5 5

4,6 5 2
3 ,2 2 7
26,395
84,578
19,516

90,136
155,040
2 3 7,099
2 4 0,802
364,448
4 9 ,053
62,044
294,788
19,086
8 1 ,660
7 1 ,250
134,755
4 5 ,2 2 2
395,823
601, 776
395,965

100,149
179,844
1 20,849
349 ,3 9 2
305,880
74,960
92,604
402,332
20,831
113, 790
83,273
144,295
6 5 ,0 5 9
410,997
294,367
156,298

1,4 6 6
9,121
2 9 ,3 4 5
70,633
5 4 ,429
15,723
8 ,9 3 5
6 3 ,488
125
14,731
1,361
12,263
9,291
34,943
15, 776
3, 757

93,051
162,987
64,344
229,966
235,178
42,283
67,435
289,710
9 ,8 1 7
86,197
79,211
114,532
45,858
332,202
236,326
132,252

1,9 2 3
261
1 1 ,208
17,506
6 ,8 1 9
5 ,3 4 9
3,4 8 3
3,651
3,8 5 4
2 ,8 5 9
20
3 ,5 6 2
1,304
2 0 ,782
1 8 ,218
5 ,7 9 8

3 ,3 4 8
7 ,4 7 5
1 5 ,9 5 2
3 1 ,287
9 .4 5 4
1 1 ,6 0 5
12,751
18,243
7 ,0 3 5
9 ,3 0 8
2,681
13,938
2 .4 5 5
23 ,0 7 0
2 4 ,047
14,491

4 ,1 0 0 ,6 7 5

235,239

3 ,2 3 8 ,9 4 7

2 ,9 1 4 ,9 2 0

345,387

2 ,2 2 1 ,3 4 9

106,597

207,140

172,248
350,306
156,774
145,699
421,576
438,436
777,201
619,881
54,672
235,538

1 ,139
21,498
584
2,1 9 6
30,817
37,134
167
34,034
642
21,121

91,801
227 ,3 5 5
127,524
108,127
197,136
188, 470
2 82,242
558,623
22,741
176, 601

115,357
217, 450
148,611
130,527
188,754
280, 947
442,071
416,271
2 9 ,0 7 5
125, 732

3 ,6 1 6
753
231
26,881
18,805
46,345
8 ,9 6 6
2 1 ,6 6 2
16,562
2 9 ,397

8 8 ,697
202,753
131,024
8 7 ,8 9 5
131,995
190,620
276,330
365,204
1,1 3 7
70,638

8 ,8 0 4
1 ,8 9 8
192
4,1 4 8
6 ,6 7 8
3,7 2 4
9 ,6 6 2
1 0 ,109
2 ,0 4 6
1 ,9 9 7

1 0 ,0 5 5
1 2 ,046
2 ,3 1 4
11,603
22 ,9 7 2
1 5 ,795
14,787
1 9 ,2 9 6
8 ,0 5 5
8,021

oa
3
MU
<
D
o

595,497

32,2 1 1 ,3 4 3

1

4 ,536
20,731
44,279
63
11,149

3,3 7 2 ,3 3 1

149,332

1 ,9 8 0 ,6 2 0

2 ,0 9 4 , 795

173,218

1 ,5 4 6 ,2 9 3

4 9 ,2 5 8

127, 569

1, 781,278

1 ,9 3 9 , 988

127,259

1 ,4 7 4 ,5 1 8

4 5 ,2 1 5

4 ,608
8,3 1 5

3 3 ,8 7 0
32 ,2 2 0

3 1 ,566
44,105

3 ,7 8 6
12,994

16,654
13,969

1,7 7 3
4,511

9,3 5 3
7,6 2 6

202,589

12,923

6 6 ,0 9 0

75,671

1 6 ,780

30,623

6 ,2 8 4

166,831
1 ,4 8 2 ,7 2 5
22,962
10,947
55,255
164,276
34,165
63,077
70,409
162,553
107,974
44,295

1 ,9 3 5 ,7 2 1
392,394
75,175
3 2 ,449
156,260
1 ,1 3 0 ,2 5 4
81,921
260,192
8 72,378
1 ,0 0 5 ,5 9 4
751,851
122,144

3 ,0 9 1 ,7 3 0
351,377
94,613
20 ,8 1 9
172,878
1 ,1 7 4 ,5 1 9
161,824
359,083
1 ,4 0 0 ,8 7 4
1 ,0 1 2 ,2 0 3
1 ,1 5 0 ,6 8 8
146,139

658,784
1,791
3 ,0 4 8
1,6 3 3
47,315
1 9 ,446
4 9 ,3 1 8
242,230
366,499
2 0 4,802
386 ,9 1 9
4 ,3 3 7

2 ,1 6 5 ,3 8 8
316,828
52,514
11,803
100,870
1 ,0 9 1 ,4 1 6
87,347
4 3 ,868
947,455
744,114
751,719
9 6 ,8 3 2

7 9 ,802
5,4 4 4
576
850
3 ,8 3 8
28, 906
8 ,3 4 5
37 ,4 9 0
3 4 ,085
26,263
255
23,854

161,036
27.314
1,604
3 ,1 1 3
8 ,1 7 6
34,751
1 6 .314
3 5 ,4 9 5
5 2 ,8 3 5
3 7 ,024
11 ,7 9 5
2 1 ,1 1 6

14,642,333

2 ,3 8 5 ,4 6 9

6 ,8 1 6 ,3 3 3

9 ,1 3 6 , 747

1 ,9 8 6 ,1 2 2

6 ,4 1 0 ,1 5 4

249 ,7 0 8

410,573

45
55
105
130
334
347
360
444
541
586

16,979

4 ,3 8 8 ,7 0 9
1 ,8 3 6 ,8 4 4
178,248
70,548
296,988
1,571,331
393,528
647,013
2 ,0 5 8 ,5 1 8
1,514,681
1,4 7 3 ,0 3 3
212,892

222
252
328
329
337
341
368
369
383
395
396
505
520

108,868

94,112
108,477

128
152
205

124, 944

3 ,0 8 2 ,1 2 1

415
463
467
481
510
531




13
226

56
62
63
73
74

121
255
256
284
336
456
468

%
og
©
'S
o

L o c a tio n a n d n a m e o f b a n k .

R e c e iv e r
a p p o in te d .

C a p ita l a t
fa ilu r e .

R e c e iv e r s h ip
c lo se d .

C ir c u la tio n
o u tsta n d ­
in g a t
fa ilu r e .

MONTANA.

$ 8 9 ,3 0 0
4 4 ,4 0 0
11 ,2 4 0

2 ,8 7 5 ,0 0 0

3 7 9 ,8 5 0

T o ta l (r e c e iv e r s h ip s c lo s e d , 1 4 ) .

220
223
227
325
358
363
366
513

$100,000
50 ,0 0 0
5 0 ,0 0 0
5 0 ,0 0 0
5 0 ,0 0 0
5 0 ,0 0 0
100,000
5 0 0,000
250 ,0 0 0
7 5 ,000
8 0 0,000
250 ,0 0 0
3 5 0 ,0 0 0
5 0 ,0 0 0
1 5 0,000

T o ta l ( a ll r e c e iv e r s h ip s , 1 5 ).........

70
71
97
209
213
215
218

2 ,7 2 5 ,0 0 0

342 ,3 5 0

5 0 ,0 0 0
1 0 0,000
7 5 ,0 0 0
7 5 ,0 0 0
6 0 ,0 0 0
300 ,0 0 0
50 ,0 0 0
1 0 0,000
6 0 ,0 0 0
5 0 ,0 0 0
150,000
100,000
75 ,0 0 0
7 5 ,0 0 0
5 0 ,0 0 0
100,000
100,000
5 0 ,0 0 0
50 ,0 0 0
5 0 ,0 0 0
2 5 ,0 0 0
6 0 ,0 0 0

2 6 ,1 8 0
2 2 ,5 0 0
1 6 ,875
1 6 ,275
1 3 ,500
4 3 ,700
11,250
21 ,8 8 0
13,500
11 ,2 5 0
3 3 ,7 5 0
2 2 ,5 0 0
1 6 ,155
1 6 ,8 7 5
1 1 ,250
2 2 ,5 0 0
2 1 ,9 0 0
11 ,2 5 0
11,247
10,750
1 2 ,000
50 ,0 0 0

S e p t.
S e p t.
A ug.
J u ly
J u ly
J u ly
J u ly
H elena, M ontana National B an k o f H e len a 1. A u g .
Great F alls, F irst N ation al B a n k 1 ................... A u g .
M iles C ity , S to c k g r o w e r s ’ N a t io n a l B a n k . . A u g .
S ep t.
H e le n a , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ..............................
G r eat F a lls , N o r t h w e s t e r n N a t io n a l B a n k . . M ar.
H e le n a , M e r c h a n ts ’ N a t io n a l B a n k ................
June
P h illip s b u r g , M e r c h a n ts ’ a n d M in e r s ’ N . B .
J u ly
J u ly
B illin g s , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ............................

H e le n a , P e o p le ’s N a t io n a l B a n k ......................
B o z e m a n , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ......................... .
L iv in g s t o n , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k .....................
P hillipsburg, F irst N ational B an k 1 ..................
L iv i n g s t o n , L iv in g s t o n N a t io n a l B a n k ------B ozem an, Bozem an N ational B a n k 1 .................
G reat F a lls , M e r c h a n ts ’ N a t io n a l B a n k ------

13.1878
14.1878
2 5,1884
8 .1893
20.1893
22.1893
29.1893
2.1 8 9 3
5 .1893
9 .1 8 9 3
11.1896
6.1 8 9 7
2 .1 8 9 7
2 8 .1897
2 ,1 9 1 0

F e b . 12,1889
------ d o ................
D e c . 31,1 9 0 0
J a n . 29,1894
Jan.
5,1901
N o v . 17 ,1 8 9 3
Jan.
6 ,1 9 0 0
D e c . 11,1893
M ar. 26,1 8 9 4
S e p t . 30,1907
J u n e 17,1903
J u ly
5 ,1 9 0 0
J u n e 17,1903
O c t. 22,1 8 9 8

1 0 ,7 5 0
2 2 ,5 0 0
1 7 ,100
4 5 ,0 0 0
4 2 ,8 7 0
4 7 ,9 4 0
11 ,2 5 0
3 7 ,5 0 0

N EBRASK A .

112
144
153
156
157
184
189

211
250
263
267
268
276
283
286
301
307
346
364
378
532
540

B la ir , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ................................ ..
H a s t in g s , C ity N a t io n a l B a n k .............................
R e d C lo u d , R e d C lou d N a t io n a l B a n k ..........
R e d C lou d , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k .......................
B r o k e n B o w , C e n tr a l N e b r a s k a N a t ’l B a n k .
L in c o ln , C a p ita l N a t io n a l B a n k .......................
P o n c a , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k .................................
B e a tr ic e , N e b r a s k a N a t io n a l B a n k ................ .
G r a n d I s la n d , C itiz e n s N a t io n a l B a n k .........
G r a n t, F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ................................
K e a r n e y , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ..........................
K e a r n e y , B u ffa lo C o u n ty N a t io n a l B a n k . .
N o r th P l a t t e , N o r t h P l a t t e N a t io n a l B a n k .
H o ld r e g e , H o ld r e g e N a t io n a l B a n k ................
R a v e n n a , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k .........................
K e a r n e y , K e a r n e y N a t io n a l B a n k ..................
L in c o ln , G e r m a n N a t io n a l B a n k ....................•
A lm a , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k .................................
O r le a n s, F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ............................
N e lig h , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ..............................
S u t t o n , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ..............................
S u p e r io r , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ..........................

S e p t.
Jan.
J u ly
J u ly
J u ly
Feb.
M ay
J u ly
D ec.
A ug.
O c t.
N ov.
Jan.
M ar.
A pr.
S e p t.
D ec.
Jan.
June
N ov.
N ov.
Jan.

8,1886
14.1891
1,1891
16.1891
21.1891
6,1 8 9 3
13.1893
12.1893
1 4.1893
14.1894
24.1 8 9 4
10.1894
14.1895
15.1895
1 0 .1895
19.1895
19.1895
12,1897
5 .1897
4 .1 8 9 8
5 ,1913
12,1914

A pr.
O c t.
M ay
Feb.
S ep t.
D ec.
S ep t.
June
A pr.
S ep t.
Jan.
June
M ay
D ec.
Jan.
A pr.
S e p t.
M ay
S ep t.
F eb.
O c t.

3 0 ,1887
7 .1896
2 4 .1 8 9 5
25 .1 8 9 6
7.1 8 9 7
28,1 9 0 3
5 .1 8 9 9
1 6 .1898
3 0 ,1 9 1 0
17,1895
2 2 ,1 9 0 2
5,1 9 1 5
1.1 9 0 0
3 1 .1 8 9 8
2 8 .1901
2 5 .1 8 9 8
22.1 8 9 9
20.1901
18,1907
10.1902
31,1 9 1 8

T o ta l (a ll r e c e iv e r s h ip s , 2 2 ).........

.

1 ,8 0 5 ,0 0 0

437,087

T o ta l (r e c e iv e r s h ip s c lo s e d , 2 1 ) .

.

1 ,7 4 5 ,0 0 0

38 7 ,0 8 7

250 ,0 0 0
5 0 ,0 0 0

129,625
12 ,5 0 0

3 0 0,000

142,125

20 0 ,0 0 0
5 0 ,0 0 0
100,000
150,000

6 7 ,5 0 0
2 2 ,4 9 0
8 9 ,0 0 0
3 3 ,7 5 0

500,000

2 1 2 ,7 4 0

3 00,000
500,000
5 0 ,0 0 0
100,000
100,000
5 0 ,0 0 0
2 5 ,0 0 0

270 ,0 0 0
449 ,9 0 0
11 ,2 5 0
2 0 ,7 0 0
2 5 ,0 0 0
1 2 ,5 0 0
6 ,0 0 0

NEVADA.

15
511

A u s t in , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k o f N e v a d a -----R h y o l it e , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k .....................

O c t. 1 4 ,1869
M ar. 23,1 9 1 0

M a y 16,1884
O c t. 31,1913

T o ta l (a ll r e c e iv e r s h ip s c lo s e d , 2 ) . .
N E W HAMPSHIRE.

225
239
280
382

M a n c h e s te r , N . B . of t h e C o m m o n w e a lt h ..
E x e t e r , N a t io n a l G r a n ite S t a t e B a n k . . .
D o v e r , D o v e r N a t io n a l B a n k ........................
D o v e r , C o ch ech o N a t io n a l B a n k ..................

A u g . 7 ,1893
S e p t . 2 3 ,1893
F e b . 7 ,1 8 9 5
J u n e 6,1 8 9 9

M ay
S ep t.
June
S e p t.

2 2 ,1 8 9 9
30,1898
3 0,1902
30,1901

T o ta l (a ll r e c e iv e r s h ip s c lo s e d , 4 ) .
N E W JE RSEY.

83
85
136
154
409
412
433

N e w a r k , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ...........................
N e w a r k , M e c h a n ic s N a t io n a l B a n k ...............
G lo u c e s te r C ity , G lo u c e s te r C ity N . B ..........
A s b u r y P a r k , A s b u r y P a r k N a t io n a l B a n k
A s b u r y P a r k , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ................
R e d B a n k , N a v e s in k N a t io n a l B a n k ............
C ap e M a y , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k .......................




June
N ov.
June
J u ly
Feb.
A ug.
M ay

14,1880
2 ,1881
1 2 ,1890
2 ,1 8 9 1
13,1903
14,1903
24,1 9 0 4

F eb.
D ec.
Feb.
June
O c t.
June
O c t.

18,1885
22,1 8 9 6
2,1 8 9 4
30,1892
2 3 ,1906
9 ,1 9 0 6
11,1904

117

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

from, assessments, and disposition of collections, 1865 to Oct. 31, 1918, by States—Contd.

T o ta l a s s e ts
a t fa ilu r e .

O ffs e ts .

$293,961
115,389
71,102

$12,492
7 ,7 0 0
84

C la im s
p roved .

$ 168,048
7 0 ,191
2 6 ,3 2 2

C o lle c tio n s
fr o m a s s e ts
a n d a s se ss ­
m ent upon
s to c k ­
h o ld e r s.

L oans
p a id .

D iv id e n d s
p a id .

L egal
exp en ses.

R e c e iv e r s ’
s a la r y
o g*
a n d o th e r
exp en ses. © ^
o

$89,807
80,383
43, 812

$9 ,7 6 2
2 ,1 2 5

$66, 810
69,437
2 5 ,0 0 6

$ 1 ,3 5 2
634
2 ,5 5 3

$11 ,8 8 3
8,1 8 7
1 3 ,865

171,984

7,351

84,195

9 3 ,1 5 2

2 7 ,113

4 7 ,7 6 6

2 ,8 1 7

1 5 ,4 5 6

277,546

8,6 8 4

140,931

163,163

8 9 ,052

53,739

4 ,3 8 7

1 5 ,985

335,634
4 ,1 6 7 ,2 7 2
969,138
1,662 , 736
99,291
2 ,1 4 4 ,5 2 1

14,480
634,228
56,444
151,469
370
218,281

189,822
2 ,8 7 4 ,9 1 3
660,109
9 6 1,666
49, 743
1, 850,080

168,150
1 ,6 8 6 ,3 2 0
1 ,0 2 0 ,2 1 1
9 6 0,178
60,271
1 ,6 6 9 ,7 6 7

3 8 ,487
573,400
260, 546
270,181
1,8 0 4
224,130

106,902
1,0 2 2 , 614
723,098
636,142
53,229
1 ,2 9 5 ,0 1 4

7 ,2 0 8
2 5 ,5 8 8
10, 873
11,130
1,374
2 3 ,940

1 5 ,553
6 4 ,7 1 8
2 3 ,487
4 2 ,7 2 5
3, 864
90, 094

1 0 ,3 08,574

1 ,1 1 1 ,5 8 3

7 ,0 7 6 ,0 2 0

6 ,0 3 5 ,2 1 4

1 ,4 9 6 ,6 0 0

4 ,0 9 9 ,7 5 7

9 1 ,8 5 6

305, 817

8 ,1 6 4 ,0 5 3

893,302

5 ,2 2 5 ,9 4 0

4 ,3 6 5 ,4 4 7

1 ,2 7 2 ,4 7 0

2, 804,743

67 ,9 1 6

215, 723

250,308
218,170
165,791
157,383
138,209
924,066
209,227
282,049
307,002
76, 813
312,930
234,820
183,954
141,496
82,973
265,031
182,193
141,107
89,399
174,039
182,860
338,408

5,6 4 5
289
6 ,7 5 6
12,371

204,047
75,715
8 9 ,260
73,129
39,007
558,137
86,255
152,051
199,531
27,159
132,997
64,613
136,237
2 4 ,674
46 ,9 3 0
81,981
35 ,9 2 0
13,342
20,625
100, O il
85,585
166,397

106,424
20,565
4,321
16,049
27,143
247,800
38, 671
41,131
61,089
21,353
59, 863
21, 670
3 7 ,280
14,405
20,239
46,523
11,503
3 ,2 7 7
1,799
15,974
31 ,9 7 6
16,530

82,946
4 1 ,966
7 8 ,198
41,211
3 ,6 4 3
220,126
26 ,9 1 8
91,467
106,827
2,2 3 3
50,868
20,929
75,652

7 ,055
16,725
34,479

80,452
122,528
87,086
6 4 ,368
72, 858
1 ,3 2 9 ,8 4 1
120, 875
164,644
208,477
19,530
148,435
101,820
93 ,9 9 6
60,343
3 0 ,0 3 8
110, 801
8 1 ,830
5 3 ,582
3 8 ,9 5 2
103,012
221 ,2 9 6
353, 884

11,603
2 4 ,994
15,544
1,983
7 ,5 3 6
70,724
3 2 ,094
111,205

324
6,9 4 3
1,131
8,2 0 2
2,091
5 4 ,496
6 ,7 8 8
4 ,8 5 4
12,070
16
6 ,5 3 4
6 ,5 0 0
6,107
2 ,7 6 2
2,9 8 3
2,8 9 9
2 ,6 5 8
1,795
5 ,9 4 6
6 ,6 9 4
7,3 4 9
12,198

4 ,2 7 9
6,2 4 1
5 ,6 1 0
7 ,6 6 7
6 ,1 3 0
3 5 ,7 1 5
1 3 ,8 7 8
14,599
19 ,5 4 5
2 ,0 0 4
1 5 ,732
15 ,5 1 4
14,443
7 ,5 0 7
9 ,2 3 3
7 ,5 6 5
6 ,2 1 5
6 ,2 8 7
5 ,3 4 4
6 ,6 1 9
11,629
19,705

5 ,0 5 8 ,2 3 0

177,062

3 ,6 6 8 ,6 4 8

2 ,4 1 3 ,6 0 3

865,585

1 ,1 1 8 ,6 6 7

161,340

241,461

4 ,7 1 9 ,8 2 2

142,583

3 ,3 1 4 ,7 6 4

2 ,2 4 7 ,2 0 6

849,055

1 ,0 0 7 ,4 6 2

149,142

2 2 1,756

718,425
144,338

317,742
4 ,2 4 6

170,012
78 ,5 5 4

223,169
41,722

4 ,9 3 2
6 ,8 2 5

163,982
17,379

9,0 9 1
4,8 2 3

4 5 ,1 6 4
12,695

862,763

321,988

248,566

264, 891

11,757

181,361

13,914

5 7 ,859

497,332
194,232
187, 808
240, 884

27,323
2,067
6,5 9 6
5 ,7 1 0

253*267
117,242
164,488
103,057

382,141
119,779
2 2 7,918
182,769

89,991
48,617
3 ,5 4 5
15,183

269,386
56,651
172,686
105,314

4,4 8 1
4 ,4 3 9
2 ,6 7 3
1 ,1 0 0

18,283
10,072
1 0 ,014
7 ,7 7 2

1 ,1 2 0 ,2 5 6

41,696

638,054

912,607

157,336

604,037

12,693

46,141

538,887
1,377,791
75,229
112,344
482,263
451,898
68,873

154,945
73,925
690
339
26,650
3 1 ,884
11,947

580,592
2 ,6 5 6 ,2 5 4
3 0 ,5 6 6
8,7 5 3
2 5 9 ,0 9 8
3 0 1,224
2 7 ,5 2 8

605,473
1 ,8 6 3 ,9 3 4
2 3 ,466
4 2 ,815
392,541
453,154
3 1 ,4 5 8

10,037

528,305
1 ,7 9 0 ,9 3 2
16,047
8,7 5 3
250,181
259,086
28,071

19,338
4 6 ,9 1 8
372
18
9 ,3 0 6
10,045
121

22 ,6 9 0
26 ,0 8 4
3 ,6 4 3
1 ,8 3 0
1 8 ,446
16,102
3 ,0 5 8

70
71
97
209
213
215
218
220
223
227
325
358
363
366
513

13,875
1,251
10,226
25,787
1,797
10,244
3 ,6 6 6
6,111
4
416
17,401
2 ,807
157




3 ,4 0 4
3 2 ,2 1 4
104,598
166,191
208

112
144
153
156
157
184
189
211
250
263
267
268
276
283
286
301
307
346
364
378
532
540

15
511

225
239
280
382

83
85
136
154
409
412
433

eSl

o<
x
>
U3

L o c a tio n a n d n a m e of b a n k .

R e c e iv e r
a p p o in t e d .

R e c e iv e r s h ip
c lo se d .

C a p ita l a t
fa ilu r e.

C ir c u la tio n
o u tsta n d ­
in g a t
fa ilu r e .

M ay
2 ,1 9 0 8
N o v . 17,1911
D e c . 8,1 9 1 3

M a y 2 1,1910
D e c . 31,1915

$50,000
5 0 ,000
100,000

$50,000
25 ,0 0 0
9 8 ,3 0 0

03

T
d
J
H
O
new

489
518
536

j e r s e y —c o n t in u e d .

M a n a sq u a n , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k . .
W a s h in g to n , W a s h in g to n N . B ___
B a y o n n e , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ____
T o ta l (a ll r e c e iv e r s h ip s , 1 0 )___

1 ,3 2 5 ,0 0 0

9 6 8 ,6 5 0

T o ta l (r e c e iv e r s h ip s c lo se d , 9 ) .

1 ,2 2 5 ,0 0 0

8 7 0,350

1 0 0 ,0 0 0
5 0 ,0 0 0
1 7 5 ,0 0 0
5 0 ,0 0 0
2 5 ,0 0 0

2 2 ,5 0 0
1 1 ,2 5 0
4 4 ,1 5 0
1 0 ,9 0 0

4 0 0 ,0 0 0

8 8 , 800

5 0 ,0 0 0
5 0 ,0 0 0
120 ,0 0 0
3 0 0 ,0 0 0
2 0 0 ,0 0 0
1 ,0 0 0 ,0 0 0
2 0 0 ,0 0 0
2 5 0 ,0 0 0
1 0 6,100
17 5 ,0 0 0
3 0 0 ,0 0 0
7 5 0 ,0 0 0
7 5 ,0 0 0
2 0 0 ,0 0 0
100 ,0 0 0
2 0 0 ,0 0 0
1 0 0,000
1 0 0 ,0 0 0
4 0 0 ,0 0 0
1 0 0,000
2 0 0 ,0 0 0
5 0 ,0 0 0
1 0 0,000
5 0 ,0 0 0
150,000
5 0 ,0 0 0
200 ,0 0 0
3 0 0 ,0 0 0
5 0 ,0 0 0
100,020
100,000
150,000
50 ,0 0 0
5 0 ,0 0 0
1 00,000
2 00,000
10D, 000
5 0 ,0 0 0
500 ,0 0 0
300 ,0 0 0
2 00,000
200,000
50 ,0 0 0
2 5 ,000
100,000
3 00,000
2 5 ,000
2 ,0 0 0 ,0 0 0
1 ,0 0 0 ,0 0 0
200,000
100,000
100,000
2 5 ,0 0 0

4 4 ,0 0 0
4 0 ,0 0 0
1 0 0 ,0 0 0
2 5 3 ,9 0 0
1 8 0 ,0 0 0
8 0 0 ,0 0 0
5 0 ,0 0 0
2 4 3 ,3 9 3
7 1 ,0 0 0
1 1 8 ,9 0 0
1 0 0 ,0 0 0
2 3 4 ,0 0 0
6 7 ,5 0 0
177 ,2 0 0
8 9 ,2 0 0
1 14,220
8 6 ,9 0 0
9 9 ,5 0 0
2 6 0 ,1 0 0
9 0 ,0 0 0
1 76,000
11,250
8 9 ,0 0 0
1 1 ,250
4 4 ,4 0 0
10, 750
4 3 ,0 0 0
4 5 ,0 0 0
10 ,7 5 0
22 ,5 4 5
2 2 ,5 0 0
135,000
11,700
18,000
2 1 ,8 8 0
4 4 ,9 9 5
21, 640
11,200

NEW MEXICO.
174
175
229
332
517

D e m in g ; F i r s t N a t io n a l B a n k ............................. F e b . 2 9 ,1 8 9 2
S ilv e r C it y , F i r s t N a t io n a l B a n k ...................... ____ d o ...............
A lb u q u e r q u e , A lb u q u e r q u e N a t i o n a l B a n k . A u g . 11,1893
E d d y , F i r s t N a t io n a l B a n k .................................. N o v . 1 0 ,1 8 9 6
T e x i c o , F i r s t N a t io n a l B a n k 1............................. S e p t . 5 ,1 9 1 1

A ug.
S e p t.
A pr.
O c t.
June

2 8 ,1 9 0 1
3 0 ,1 9 0 5
3 0 ,1 8 9 8
9 ,1 8 9 9
3 0 ,1 9 1 4

T o t a l ( a ll r e c e iv e r s h ip s c lo s e d , 5 ) .
NEW YORK.
1
4

8
9

10
16
17
18

20
23
25
27
48
51
65

68
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
553

A ttica, First National Bank.......................
Medina, First National B a n k ....................
U nadilla, National U nadilla B a n k ..........
Brooklyn, Farmers & Citizens N . B ........
New York City, Groton National B a n k ___
N ew York C ity, Ocean N ational B a n k ........
N ew York City, Union Square N . B ..............
N ew York C ity, E ighth National B a n k ---Waverly, W averly N ational B a n k ................
Middletown, W allkill N ational B ank...........
New York City, A tlantic N ational B a n k ..
N ew York City, N. B. of the Commonwealth
W atkins, W atkins National B ank.................
Fishkill, National Bank of Fishkill...............
Tarrytown, First National B ank...................
Greenwich, Washington County N . B ..........
Saratoga Springs, Commercial N . B ..............
Buffalo, First National B a n k ..........................
New York, Marine National B an k ................
Albion, First National B a n k ...........................
Middletown, Middletown National B a n k ..
Schoharie, Schoharie County National Bank
Angelica, First National B a n k ........................
Dansville, First National B ank......................
Auburn, First National B ank.........................
Malone, Third National B ank.........................
Elmira, Elmira National B ank.......................
N ew York City, National Bank of D eposit.
Watkins, First National B a n k ..................
Rome, Central National B ank...................
Binghamton, Nat. Broome County B a n k ..
R om e, Fort Stanwix National B a n k ............
Penn Yan, Yates County National B a n k ...
Springville, First National B ank..............
Niagara Falls, First National B a n k .........
Potsdam, National Bank of P o tsd a m .. .
Carthage, First National B a n k .................
Penn Yan, First National B ank.....................
N ew Y ork City, Seventh N ational B a n k 2___

Buffalo, City National B a n k ...........................
N ew York City, Equitable National B a n k ..
Syracuse, American Exchange N . B .............
Medina, Medina National B a n k .....................
Cornwall, First National B ank.......................
Fredonia, Fredonia National B ank...............
B rooklyn, F irst N ational B a n k 2 ..........................

Franklinville, People’s National B a n k ........
N ew York, N . B. of North Am erica..............
N ew York, New Amsterdam N . B ................
Mount Vernonj Mount Vernon N . B ............
New Berlhij First National B a n k ..................
Oneonta, First National Bank 1.....................
Islip , F irst N ational B an k 2....................................

A p r . 1 4 ,1 8 6 5
M ar. 13 ,1 8 6 7
A u g . 2 9 ,1867
S e p t . 6 ,1 8 6 7
O c t.
1 ,1 8 6 7
D e c . 13,1871
D e c . 15,1871
......... d o ...............
A p r . 2 3 ,1 8 7 2
D e c . 3 1 ,1 8 7 2
A p r . 2 8 ,1 8 7 3
S e p t . 22,1 8 7 3
J u ly 12,1876
J a n . 2 7 ,1877
M ar. 23,1878
J u n e 8 ,1 8 7 8
F e b . 11,1879
A p r . 2 2 ,1 8 8 2
M a y 13,1884
A u g . 26 ,1 8 8 4
N o v . 2 9 ,1 8 8 4
M ar. 2 3 ,1885
A p r . 19,1 8 8 6
S e p t . 8 ,1 8 8 7
F e b . 20,1 8 8 8
D e c . 3 0 ,1 8 8 9
M a y 26,1893
J u n e 9,1 8 9 3
F e b . 2 6 ,1 8 9 4
Jan.
2 ,1 8 9 5
J a n . 28.1 8 9 5
F e b . 8 ,1 8 9 6
A u g . 17.1896
O c .t.
. .
3 ,1 8 9 6
D e c . 18,1 8 9 6
M ar. 2 ,1 8 9 7
N o v . 4 ,1 8 9 8
S e p t. 1 8 ,1899
J u n e 27,1901
J u n e 29,1901
F e b . 1 0 ,1904
F e b . 11,1904
J u n e 22 ,1 9 0 4
M a y 19,1905
J u n e 19,1905
O c t. 25,1907
J a n . 13,1908
J a n . 27,1 9 0 8
J a n . 3 0 ,1 9 0 8
A p r . 19,1911
A p r . 1 5 ,1 9 1 2
A p r . 17,1913
D e c . 3 0 ,1 9 1 4

Jan.
J u ly
D ec.
N ov.
A ug.
A pr.
N ov.
S ep t.
O c t.
Jan.
A pr.
M ar.
M ay
A ug.
June
J u ly
Jan.
A pr.
S e p t.
A pr.
M ay
S e p t.
M ar.
M ay
J u ly
D ec.
A pr.
June
Jan.
Ju n e
S e p t.
M ar.
Feb.
D ec.
M ay
O c t.
Feb.
O c t.
N ov.
D ec.
N ov.
O c t.
D ec.
O c t.
O c t.
Feb.
S e p t.
O c t.
A pr.

2 ,1 8 6 7
2 8 ,1 8 7 0
19.1 8 7 4
1 8 .1 8 7 4
15,1 8 7 2
2 0 ,1 8 8 2
16.1 8 7 4
1 ,1 8 7 5
2 ,1 8 7 7
8 ,1 8 8 0
2 9 ,1 8 8 4
3 1 .1 8 8 3
2 3 ,1 8 8 8
1 1 .1 8 8 4
2 0 ,1 8 8 2
5 ,1 8 7 9
17,1881
3 0 .1 8 9 2
3 0 .1 8 9 9
19.1893
29.1893
30,1 8 9 0
2 ,1 8 8 8
13.1892
6 ,1 8 9 7
31 .1 8 9 2
30 .1 9 1 2
15.1894
24.1901
20.1899
30 .1 9 0 5
15.1906
12.1901
27.1905
16,1898
2 4 .1902
17.1903
27,1902
12,1901
31.1909
2 5 .1904
31,1916
3 1 .1906
13.1905
3 1.1912
10.1908
30.1 9 1 0
3 1 .1908
14.1909

S e p t. 30,1 9 1 5
M ay
9 ,1 9 1 6
F e b . 8 ,1 9 1 5

29 7 ,7 5 0
4 9 ,3 5 0
200 ,0 0 0
1 2 ,5 0 0
5 ,9 5 0
5 0 ,0 0 0
2 0 ,0 0 0
4 9 ,9 9 8
147,800
200 ,0 0 0
100,000

T o ta l (a ll r e c e iv e r s h ip s , 5 3 ).........

1 1 ,9 5 1 ,1 2 0

5 ,1 0 4 ,0 2 1

T o t a l ( r e c e iv e r s h ip s c lo se d , 5 2 ).

1 1 ,7 5 1 ,1 2 0

4 ,9 0 4 ,0 2 1




rom assessments, and disposition of collections, 1865 to Oct. 31, 1918, by States—Con

T o ta l a s s e ts
a t fa ilu r e.

$734,727
378, 113
1 ,6 8 4 ,7 0 2

O ffse ts.

C la im s
p roved.

C o lle c tio n s
fro m a s se ts
a n d a s se ss ­
m ent upon
stock*
h o ld e r s .

Loans
p a id .

D iv id e n d s
p a id .

L egal
exp en ses.

'3
R e c e iv e r s ’ '
s a la r y
o <"
u
a n d o th e r
ex p en ses. ,
■g
O

$48,727
7, 593
206,053

$344,377
2 2 3,990
1 ,3 3 2 ,7 3 2

$561,221
229,378
1 ,1 4 9 , 935

$198,716
5 4 ,385
27 ,3 0 3

$344,377
148,522
933, 535

$6 ,6 2 9
10,462
106,885

$11,499
16,009
3 3 ,6 0 7

5, 904,827

562, 753

5, 765,114

5 ,3 5 3 ,3 7 5

597, 056

4 ,3 0 7 ,8 0 9

210,094

152,968

4 ,2 2 0 ,1 2 5

356,700

4 ,4 3 2 ,3 8 2

4 ,2 0 3 ,4 4 0

569,753

3 ,3 7 4 ,2 7 4

103,209

119, 361

266,479
154, 413
508,898
115, 545
20,465

13,323
12,638
14,021
4 ,093
1,200

146,232
84,382
254,324
5 1 ,215
5 ,4 0 3

95,861
82 ,8 2 3
392,225
89, 555
3 ,0 4 6

9 ,6 2 2
12,931
5 8 ,745
25,513

6 4 ,776
48,802
275,124
51,213
1 ,3 5 0

5,314
6 ,2 2 1
2 3 ,5 6 6
2 ,7 5 7
301

16,149
14,869
2 6 ,7 3 5
10,072
1, 307

1 ,0 6 5 ,8 0 0

45,275

541, 556

663,510

106,811

441,265

3 8 ,1 5 9

69,132

194,414
121,525
193, 461
1 ,5 7 0 ,0 9 6
465, 499
2 ,8 0 9 ,9 2 4
456,328
1 ,1 3 2 ,0 5 6
163,987
202, 769
679,235
2 ,3 6 2 ,0 7 8
139, 701
508,977
254,461
576,189
329,641
1 ,2 5 1 ,4 0 5
5 ,8 8 2 ,3 5 1
213,538
821,577
164,494
158.127
63, 418
940,368
139,931
924,007
1 ,2 2 2 ,6 1 7
192,139
575,295
592,598
955,621
215,382
270,735
271,623
637,204
309,465
167.128

18,661
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
17,475
172,063
904, 725
42,269
22,189
508
1,284
19,806
53,337
1,586
152,199
133,899
15,413
37,308
78,977
32,560
9 ,2 8 0
10,324
14,980
13,366
18,898
2 ,202

122,089
8 2 ,338
127,801
1,1 9 1 , 500
170,752
1 ,2 8 2 ,2 5 4
157,120
378, 722
79,864
171,468
597,885
796,995
59,226
352,062
118.371
261,887
128,832
894,767
4 ,6 3 1 ,3 9 3
409,997
651,274
140, 333
63, 669
210.074
848,544
58, 797
488,172
600,573
180,021
474,828
455,055
598,805
141, 571
176,171
95,143
343.372
196.074
8 2 ,3 4 8

76,373
37,287
8 2 ,029
1 ,2 3 5 ,3 2 5
268,844
1 ,7 4 3 ,6 2 3
276,649
898,932
124,713
218,204
776, 679
1 ,8 0 8 ,3 0 4
86 ,1 8 0
444,010
126,256
407,868
157, 782
470, 722
4 ,5 4 4 ,5 3 9
193,688
789,018
8 0 ,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

777
5,1 6 7
31,483
22 ,2 3 6
151,002
12,699
2 5 ,8 4 6
50,475
131,160
3 2 ,463
8 ,3 4 6
58,254
118,510
29,563
2 1 ,667

70,811
32 ,3 0 5
58, 661
1 ,1 3 8 ,8 7 0
143, 307
1 ,3 2 6 ,4 8 7
175,920
263,065
77, 568
175,430
661,816
747.428
60,647
388,856
107,575
262,887
137.428
389,222
3 ,7 7 4 ,7 0 4
143,938
684.428
59,461
66,394
46,546
481,966
58,356
351,516
615,985
68,437
418,316
221, 361
432,630
39,116
54,967
72, 232
308,281
194,772
79,877

1,2 5 8
6 ,6 7 3
2 8 ,677
17,134
76,648
10,437
9 ,4 3 6
3 ,0 8 5
16,709
27,330
13,637
592
2 5 ,040
5 ,5 4 6
10,129
5 ,3 8 5
45,449
111, 758
29,324
5 3 ,425
5 ,0 1 0
1,1 5 5
7, 746
41,754
2 ,6 2 6
37.590
8,4 6 1
10,347
10,964
22,702
20.591
4,421
7,954
4,364
11,834
7,319
4,0 0 8

5 ,5 6 2
2, 908
9 ,6 4 1
49,123
36,004
137,318
16,713
2 9 ,766
8 ,2 6 4
19,817
51,694
5 3 ,287
13,874
25,114
13,135
4 ,9 5 0
12,119
34,141
184,141
14,067
3 3 ,9 2 2
16,218
6 ,6 0 7
10, 731
3 6 ,111
7 ,2 5 7
35,881
2 2 ,483
1 2 ,206
22 ,8 3 8
47, 506
3 5 ,069
14,906
14,624
9 ,0 5 5
26 ,4 6 6
20 ,1 5 0
7 ,6 8 3

4 ,3 5 9 ,8 2 9
449,883
644, 758
489,037
54,143
983,432

324,038
37,638
81, 752
15,460
3,7 2 8
113,009

3 ,3 3 2 ,3 4 8
170,849
268,895
329,287
21 ,6 2 7
626,499

3 ,8 8 4 ,0 4 8
260,904
467,404
251,010
29,189
715,367

687,950
50,549
154,541
85, 554
4,6 3 1
188,773

3 ,0 9 0 , 701
174,263
259,552
148,179
2 1 ,627
469,464

37,133
3 ,9 6 1
23 ,8 1 8
3 ,2 3 9
28
2 7 ,148

68,264
8 ,9 0 4
2 9 ,4 6 5
14,038
2 ,9 0 3
2 9 ,982

78,782
8 ,6 7 9 ,7 0 9
4 ,330, 744
771,350
• 446,539

2 ,5 2 4
1 ,1 2 7 ,5 7 0
1 ,0 6 2 ,2 0 3
39,047
6 1 ,833

61, 553
2 ,7 0 7 ,9 6 9
1 ,5 5 4 ,4 5 6
477,801
492,867

66,246
5 ,2 6 1 , 560
2 ,4 3 2 ,8 7 0
442,535
425,853
10,400

663
2 ,3 5 3 ,2 8 6
651,672
95,604
14,574
10,000

5 3 ,877
2 ,7 8 7 ,6 4 9
1 ,6 0 8 ,0 8 3
272, 346
3 0 3,204
(3)

2 ,2 6 8
26 ,9 9 5
21,724
3 6 ,466
9 ,2 7 0

7,361
41, 725
53 ,6 5 6
2 3 ,9 7 7
18,805
400

4 9 ,418,170

5 ,8 6 7 ,9 0 3

2 7 ,8 6 4 ,2 9 8

3 3 ,9 1 2 ,2 3 4

7 ,3 8 1 ,3 7 3

2 3 ,6 6 0 ,5 1 1

898,568

1 ,4 0 0 ,8 3 1

48 ,6 4 6 ,8 2 0

5 ,8 2 8 ,8 5 6

2 7 ,3 8 6 ,4 9 7

3 3 ,4 6 9 ,6 9 9

7 ,2 8 5 ,7 6 9

2 3 ,3 8 8 ,1 6 5

862,102

1 ,3 7 6 ,8 5 4

489
518
536




816
7,054
18,655
72,399
203,170
7 2 ,365
596,665
2 ,2 9 6
6 ,2 4 8
35,839
746,153
1,579
5 ,0 0 0
114,220
2 ,0 2 1
1,9 1 0
4 73,936
6 ,3 5 9
17,243

174
175
229
332
517

1
4

8
9

10
16
17
18

20
23
25
27
48
51
65

68
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
553

jo!
o g

L o c a tio n a n d n a m e o f b a n k .

<
o

R e c e iv e r
a p p o in t e d .

R e c e iv e r s h ip
c lo s e d .

C a p ita l a t
fa ilu r e .

C ir c u la tio n
o u tsta n d ­
in g at
fa ilu r e .

O
NORTH CAROLINA.
125
145
169
367
485
574

R a le ig h , S t a t e N a t io n a l B a n k ................
F a y e t t e v ill e , P e o p le ’s N a t io n a l B a n k ,
W ilm in g t o n , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k . . . .
A s h e v ille , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k .............
G r e e n sb o r o , C ity N a t io n a l B a n k ..........
F a y e t t e v ill e , F o u r t h N a t io n a l B a n k .

M ar.
Jan.
D ec.
A ug.
M ar.
F eb.

3 1 ,1 8 8 8
20,1891
21,1891
23,1 8 9 7
6 ,1 9 0 8
14,1 9 1 6

Jan.
M ar.
S e p t.
J u ly
Jan.

15,1891
12,1 8 9 6
2 1 ,1 8 9 9
27 ,1 9 0 9
2 5 ,1 9 1 0

$100,000
125,000
2 5 0,000
100,000
100,000
100,000

$ 2 2,500
2 8 ,8 0 0
4 5 ,0 0 0
2 2 ,5 0 0
1 0 0,000
100,000

T o t a l ( a ll r e c e iv e r s h ip s , 6).

775,000

3 1 8 ,8 0 0

T o t a l (r e c e iv e r s h ip s c lo s e d , 5)

6 7 5 ,0 0 0

2 1 8 ,8 0 0

5 0 ,0 0 0
5 0 ,0 0 0
2 5 0 ,0 0 0
5 0 ,0 0 0
1 0 0 ,0 0 0
2 0 0 ,0 0 0
5 0 ,0 0 0
5 0 ,0 0 0
10 0 ,0 0 0
5 0 ,0 0 0
5 0 ,0 0 0
5 0 ,0 0 0
2 5 ,0 0 0
2 5 ,0 0 0
5 0 ,0 0 0

1 1 ,2 5 0
1 1 ,2 5 0
4 4 ,2 5 0
1 1 ,2 5 0
2 2 ,5 0 0
4 6 ,1 5 0
1 1 ,2 5 0
1 0 ,8 7 0
2 1 ,9 5 0
2 2 ,5 0 0
1 0 ,7 0 0
1 0 ,7 5 0
1 2 ,5 0 0
6 ,2 5 0

T o t a l (a ll r e c e iv e r s h ip s , 15).

1 ,1 5 0 ,0 0 0

2 5 3 ,4 2 0

T o t a l (r e c e iv e r s h ip s c lo s e d , 14)

1 ,1 2 5 ,0 0 0

2 4 7 ,1 7 0

1 0 0 ,0 0 0
100 ,0 0 0
50 ,0 0 0
5 0 ,0 0 0
1 ,0 0 0 ,0 0 0
1 ,0 0 0 ,0 0 0
150 ,0 0 0
200,000
1 0 0,000
2 5 0,000
1 00,000
50 ,0 0 0
5 0 ,000
5 0 ,0 0 0
5 0 ,0 0 0
6 0 ,0 0 0
100 ,0 0 0
6 0 ,0 0 0
5 0 ,0 0 0
5 0 ,0 0 0
2 5 ,0 0 0
5 0 ,000
1 00,000
5 0 ,0 0 0
3 0 0,000
5 0 0,000
5 0 ,0 0 0
750,000
2 5 ,0 0 0
8 0 ,000
5 0 ,0 0 0

9 0 ,0 0 0
4 5 ,0 0 0

NORTH DAKOTA.
99
108
193
197
238
311
319
342
344
345
370
373
457
501
572

J a m e s t o w n , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ......................
W a h p e t o n , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ........................
F a r g o , N a t io n a l B a n k o f N o r t h D a k o t a . . . .
L a k o t a , F i r s t N a t io n a l B a n k ................................
J a m e s t o w n , L lo y d ’s N a t io n a l B a n k ................
G r a n d F o r k s , G r a n d F o r k s N a t io n a l B a n k . .
M in o t, F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ..................................
G rand, F o r k s , S e c o n d N a t io n a l B a n k ..............
F a r g o , C it iz e n s ’ N a t io n a l B a n k ..........................
D e v il s L a k e . M e r c h a n ts ’ N a t io n a l B a n k ____
P e m b in a , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ...........................
L a r im o r e , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ...........................
M in o t, M in o t N a t io n a l B a n k ................................
R u g b y , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ................................
Casselton, F irst N ational B an k 1.........................

S e p t . 1 3 ,1 8 8 4
A p r . 8 ,1 8 8 6
J u n e 6 ,1 8 9 3
J u n e 1 3 ,1 8 9 3
S e p t . 1 4 ,1 8 9 3
A p r . 2 8 ,1 8 9 6
A u g . 1 2 ,1 8 9 6
Jan.
7 ,1 8 9 7
......... d o ................
J a n . 1 1 ,1 8 9 7
J a n . 1 9 ,1 8 9 8
F e b . 2 6 ,1 8 9 8
S e p t. 1 9 ,1 9 0 5
Jan.
4 ,1 9 0 9
D e c . 6 ,1 9 1 5

O c t.
M ax.
S e p t.
M ay
Jan.
M ar.
O c t.
D ec.
June
A ug.
S ep t.
A ug.
Feb.

2 9 ,1 8 8 5
2 0 ,1 8 9 0
1 6 ,1 8 9 5
7 ,1 9 0 4
2 2 ,1 8 9 6
3 1 ,1 9 0 3
3 0 ,1 8 9 9
1 ,1 9 0 0
1 5 ,1 9 0 3
7 ,1 8 9 7
1 8 ,1 9 0 7
1 5 ,1 9 0 4
1 7 ,1 9 1 3

M ar. 1 5 ,1 9 1 6

OHIO.
30
39
50

100
115

122
126
176

201
309
317
355
376
379
405
427
440
442
443
449
458
472
476
493
495
509
512
519
564
571
582

M a n s fie ld , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ..........................
T iffin , F i r s t N a t io n a l B a n k ...................................
G r e e n fie ld , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k 2.....................
W e s t L ib e r t y , L o g a n N a t io n a l B a n k ..............
C in c in n a ti, F i d e l i t y N a t io n a l B a n k .................
C in c in n a ti, M e tr o p o lita n N a t io n a l B a n k ___
X e n ia , S e c o n d N a t io n a l B a n k .............................
L im a , L im a N a t io n a l B a n k ..................................
H ills b o r o , C itiz e n s N a t io n a l B a n k .....................
P o r t s m o u t h , F a r m e r s N a t io n a l B a n k .............
H ills b o r o u g h , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ..................
F r a n k lin , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ............................
N e w L is b o n , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ....................
F lu s h in g , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ...........................
B e l m o n t , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ............................
G a lio n , G a lio n N a t io n a l B a n k .............................
W o o s te r , W o o s te r N a t io n a l B a n k .......................
O b e r lin , C itiz e n s N a t io n a l B a n k ........................
C o n n e a u t, F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ..........................
B a r b e r to n , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k .........................
O r r v ille , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k .............................
D r e s d e n , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k .............................
L e e t o n ia , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ............................
R o c k C reek , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k .....................
N ile s , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k .....................................
C o lu m b u s , M e r c h a n ts & M frs. N . B . 2..............
M id d le p o r t, M id d le p o r t N a t io n a l B a n k a . . .
C o lu m b u s , U n i o n N a t io n a l B a n k ......................
D r e s d e n , D r e s d e n N a t io n a l B a n k .....................
N e w R ic h m o n d , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ............
B o w lin g G r een , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ..............

O c t.
O c t.
D ec.
O c t.
June
Feb.
M ay
M ar.
June
F eb.
J u ly
Feb.
N ov.
N ov.
F eb.
Feb.
N ov.
N ov.
D ec.
M ay
S e p t.
O c t.
N ov.
J u ly
S e p t.
Feb.
M ay
D ec.
J u ly
N ov.
Jan.

184873
2 2 .1 8 7 5
1 2 ,1 8 7 6
184884
27,1 8 8 7
1 0 ,1 8 8 8
9 ,1 8 8 8
2 1 ,1 8 9 2
1 6 ,1 8 9 3
8 ,1 8 9 6
2 2 ,1 8 9 6
1 7 ,1 8 9 7
3 ,1 8 9 8
5 ,1 8 9 8
2 5 ,1 9 0 2
1 5 ,1 9 0 4
2 3 ,1 9 0 4
2 8 ,1 9 0 4
2 0 ,1 9 0 4
2 6 ,1 9 0 5
2 7 ,1 9 0 5
1 5 ,1 9 0 7
4 ,1 9 0 7
2 0 ,1 9 0 8
3 ,1 9 0 8
1 6 ,1 9 1 0
9 ,1 9 1 0
7,1911
154915
3 0 ,1 9 1 5
5 ,1 9 1 7

N o v . 3 0 ,1 8 8 3
M ar. 1 0 ,1 8 7 9
N o v . 2 5 ,1 8 8 2
J a n . 2 2 ,1 8 9 0
O c t. 3 0 ,1 9 0 9
J u n e 2 7 ,1 8 8 8
J a n . 2 1 ,1 8 8 9
A p r . 12,1 8 9 3
A p r . 2 9 ,1901
S e p t . 29,1911
A u g . 2 7,1907
O c t.
1 ,1 9 0 6
M a y 1 8,1903
J u n e 15,1901
F e b . 2 9,1904
O c t. 3 1,1913
S e p t . 3 0 ,1 9 0 8
J u n e 30,1 9 1 3
S e p t . 3 0 ,1 9 0 9
J u n e 1 1 ,1 9 0 9
S e p t . 24,1 9 0 7
A u g . 3 1 ,1 9 1 0
S e p t . 29,1911
F e b . 1 ,1 9 1 0
S e p t . 3 0 ,1 9 0 9
O c t. 31,1 9 1 3
A p r . 21,1 9 1 5
M ar. 25,1 9 1 5
O c t. 30,1 9 1 7
O c t. 3 1 ,1 9 1 8

2 3 ,4 0 0
9 0 ,0 0 0
7 2 ,0 0 0
3 3 ,7 5 0
4 5 ,0 0 0
2 2 ,5 0 0
4 5 ,0 0 0
2 2 ,1 5 0
2 2 ,2 0 0
1 1 ,2 5 0
1 1 ,2 5 0
4 9 ,5 0 0
6 0 ,0 0 0
1 0 0,000
50,000
1 2 ,5 0 0
50 ,0 0 0
1 2 ,5 0 0
5 0 ,0 0 0
1 0 0,000
5 0 ,0 0 0
2 8 6 ,8 0 0
10 0 ,0 0 0
2 5 ,0 0 0
8 0 ,0 0 0
1 2 ,5 0 0

T o t a l (a ll r e c e iv e r s h ip s , 31).

5 ,6 0 0 ,0 0 0

1 ,5 7 2 ,3 0 0

T o t a l (r e c e iv e r s h ip s c lo s e d , 30)

5 ,5 5 0 ,0 0 0

1 ,5 5 9 ,8 0 0




121

REPORT OF TH E COMPTROLLER OF TH E CURRENCY.

from assessments, and disposition o f collections, 1865 to Oct. 81, 1918, by States—Contd.

T o t a l a s s e ts
a t fa ilu r e .

$466,603
251,264
691,943
334,230
649,717
678,315

C la im s
p roved.

O ffs e ts .

$326,222
118,419
558,623
175,726
250,679
342,518

$67,849
8 ,7 6 0
2 0,685
453
55,415
163,682

C o lle c tio n s
fro m a s se ts
a n d a s se ss ­
m ent upon
sto c k ­
h o ld e r s .

$186,976
110,109
468 ,3 8 2
2 5 ,5 8 2
5 1 2,556
4 0 4,406

L oans
p a id .

D iv id e n d s
p a id .

L egal
exp en ses.

R e c e iv e r s ’
s a la r y
o ©
a n d o th e r u S
3
ex p en ses. ©

O

$ 1 ,9 8 3
3 ,3 4 6
8 8 ,3 6 2
3 ,3 3 4
219,874
9 0 ,3 0 2

$172,909
8 6 ,2 4 7
340,942
12,827
2 6 9,786
256,857

$ 2 ,9 8 8
5 ,7 3 5
17,539
1,8 3 4
6 ,6 7 3
10,144

$ 9 ,0 9 6
14,781
21 ,5 3 9
7 ,5 8 7
12,765
2 4 ,9 0 6

3 ,0 7 2 ,0 7 2

316,844

1 ,7 7 2 ,1 8 7

1 ,7 0 8 ,0 1 1

407,201

1 ,1 3 9 ,5 6 8

4 4 ,9 1 3

2 ,3 9 3 ,7 5 7

153,162

1 ,4 2 9 ,6 6 9

1 ,3 0 3 ,6 0 5

316 ,8 9 9

8 8 2,711

3 4 ,7 6 9

6 5 ,7 6 8

66,697
132,379
319,655
42,297
393,979
577,445
126,844
189,423
465,513
97,892
154,711
100,698
165,750
212,115

5
1,168
1,093
4 ,0 8 5
5,048
8 ,3 2 0
2 ,0 4 0
4 ,6 8 0
12,547
47,204
5 ,4 9 5
2,301
45,857
21,497

8 ,1 3 1
112,135
5 0 ,775
1 3 ,689
250,993
353,961
72,309
135,612
266,837
6 ,8 3 4
101,748
63,725
97,863
213,785

20 ,8 4 9
65,177
77,985
2 2 ,509
187,001
390,123
4 9 ,473
166,810
505,520
10,470
119,940
5 6 ,960
176,745
154,004

6 ,5 1 5
625
43,135
6 ,3 3 2
20,047
172,863
19,052
33,332
279,405
1 ,3 9 7
14,956
2 3 ,6 9 9
39,113
2 0 ,853

8 ,8 0 7
5 2 ,402
21,473
4 ,1 0 7
139,301
169,945
19,452
116,693
194,559
7,0 7 4
8 3 ,432
2 0 ,199
9 9 ,4 6 0
85 ,5 1 4

52
1 ,8 4 0
2 ,2 8 8
1,078
9 ,2 7 2
2 1 ,712
2 ,3 2 5
4 ,3 4 6
10,162
195
5,7 8 8
2,9 1 8
8,7 9 1
7,013

5 ,4 7 5
1 0 ,310
1 0 ,9 8 6
10 ,9 9 2
18.381
25,603
8 ,6 4 4
12,439
21,394
1,8 0 4
15,764
10,144
29.381
35,431

3 ,0 4 5 ,3 9 8

161,340

1 ,7 4 8 ,3 9 7

2 ,0 0 3 ,5 6 6

681,324

1 ,0 2 2 ,4 1 8

7 7 ,7 8 0

216,748

2 ,8 3 3 ,2 8 3

139,843

1 ,5 3 4 ,6 1 2

1 ,8 4 9 ,5 6 2

660,471

936,904

7 0 ,767

181,317

275,815
323,620
57,675
82,791
6 ,8 7 4 ,1 6 7
2 ,5 8 1 ,7 8 6
474,926
459,360
554,327
727,451
378,036
127,032
186,477
112,679
284,109
486,440
414,072
513,295
279,642
256,232
56,101
294, 653
274,991
150,803
1 ,0 3 8 ,7 6 2

5,735
60,447

120,344
196,903
16,371
75,532
3 ,1 9 6 ,8 9 8
1 ,3 9 1 ,3 0 6
330,471
266,249
294,054
292,815
237,261
91,302
117,640
69,883
233,614
241,744
338,603
301,751
116,951
190,353
2 0 ,870
259,820
171,364
115,696
647,049

1,893
330,643
782,390
1,1 6 9
1,9 2 0
11,930
10,016
12,551
18,558
1,5 1 6
524
8 ,6 5 4
50,957
34,351
37,563
26,054
1,943
1,884
35 ,9 8 4
3 1 ,887
37
96,151

107,258
108,318
9 ,4 5 6
5 9 ,057
2 ,6 1 0 ,3 5 1
4 0 0,998
318,554
179,691
244,888
231,093
182,207
53,221
95,083
62,649
213,074
159,020
286,058
243,746
74,006
176,372
16,435
194,978
121,133
102,761
522,639

1 ,2 7 0

11,140
838,120
17,528
13,275
53,282
50,423
15,713
79,193
4,3 6 8
3,943
6,2 2 6
13,703
27,755
44,289
40,375
30,129
19,997
10,148
6,842
6,9 3 0
242
44,619

175,081
237,824
35,023
84,978
4 ,3 4 4 ,2 8 1
398,236
311,028
174,356
358,055
303,898
182,207
7 2 ,166
132,585
5 9 ,753
217,294
324,050
327,298
353, 624
186,455
187,516
2 1 ,070
216, 643
146,830
99 ,6 6 3
508,267

2,751
5 ,0 1 2
147,413
630
1 ,8 1 0
7,565
13,874
16,561
8 ,3 4 6
6 ,4 5 0
5 ,0 9 9
549
3 ,0 9 6
13,144
4,7 2 3
7,757
5 ,8 1 6
3 ,0 5 2
711
8,9 6 1
6,051
3,7 2 8
6 ,1 3 6

11,816
1 3 ,689
4 ,1 6 4
9 ,5 7 0
108,491
11,572
4 ,6 2 2
7,354
2 3 ,3 6 2
3 0 ,957
21,056
13,073
15,942
6,161
6 ,8 1 9
18,623
13,471
1 2 ,685
11,075
8 ,9 8 6
1 ,8 4 0
19,897
12,293
6 ,2 3 6
9 ,4 4 0

3 ,2 6 3 ,3 9 2
92,851
247,142
910,113

323,049
6,481
36,717
196,030

1 ,9 3 6 ,1 0 8
144,794
117,527
730,198

650
2 ,3 9 9 ,1 4 6
135,603
143,268
513,710

303,585
2 0 ,826
41 ,2 9 2
848

2 ,0 1 9 ,3 6 2
100,629
8 0 ,8 0 6
438,055

150
20,138
5,1 9 3
7,2 2 8
5,8 2 4

500
4 6 ,6 3 7
8 ,9 5 5
1 2 ,5 9 0
19,333

20,778, 740

1 ,9 6 6 ,6 9 9

12,3 8 6 ,8 0 8

12 ,5 2 7 ,2 2 1

1 ,9 4 0 ,0 2 2

9 ,4 1 1 ,8 9 8 |

319,038

491,209

1 9 ,8 68,627

1 ,7 7 0 ,6 6 9

11 ,6 5 6 ,6 1 0

12 ,0 1 3 ,5 1 1

1 ,9 3 9 ,1 7 4

8 ,9 7 3 ,8 4 3 |

313,214

471,876

125
145
169
367
485
574

2

85479°—

cur

F o r m e r ly i n v o lu n t a r y liq u id a t io n .

1918—y o l 2---------9




74,896

9 0 ,6 7 4

99
108
193
197
238
311
319
342
344
345
370
373
457
501
572

30
39
50

100
115

122
126
176

201
309
317
355
376
379
405
427
440
442
443
449
458
472
476
493
495
509
512
519
564
571
582

]c5
O®
H0
o
>

L o c a tio n a n d n a m e o f b a n k .

R e c e iv e r
a p p o in te d .

R e c e iv e r s h ip
c lo se d .

C a p ita l a t
fa ilu r e .

u

C ir c u la tio n
o u tsta n d ­
in g a t
fa ilu r e.

o

OKLAHOMA.
177
428
430
431
434
448
461
490

G u th r ie , N a t io n a l B a n k o f G u th r ie .................. J u n e
B illin g s , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k 1............................ F e b .
H o ld e n v ille (I n d . T .) ; N . B . o f H o l d e n v i l l e .. M ar.
G u th r ie , C a p ito l N a t io n a l B a n k ......................... A p r .
E l k C ity , E lk C ity N a t io n a l B a n k .................... M a y
L e x in g t o n , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ......................... M a y
K in g fis h e r , F a r m e r s ’ N a t io n a l B a n k ............... N o v .
R a m o n a , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ............................ M a y

22,1892
19,1904
2 3 ,1904
4 ,1 9 0 4
2 8,1904
2 4 ,1905
1,1905
2 ,1908

June
Jan.
A pr.
S e p t.
N ov.
June
Jan.
M ar.

24,1901
24,1 9 0 5
2 9,1915
3 0 ,1 9 1 5
27,1 9 0 6
1 2 ,1912
17,1907
3 1 ,1 9 1 2

$21 ,8 0 0

3 7 5 ,0 0 0

2 0 2 ,8 0 0

1 0 0,000
2 0 0 ,0 0 0
1 0 0,000
5 0 ,0 0 0
7 5 ,0 0 0
5 0 ,0 0 0
6 0 ,0 0 0

2 1 ,7 0 0
4 5 ,0 0 0
2 2 ,5 0 0
11,250
1 6 ,870
1 0 ,750
1 5 ,000

6 3 5,000

T o t a l ( a ll r e c e iv e r s h ip s c lo s e d , 8)

$100 ,0 0 0
2 5 ,0 0 0
5 0 ,0 0 0
1 0 0,000
2 5 ,0 0 0
2 5 ,0 0 0
2 5 ,0 0 0
2 5 ,0 0 0

1 4 3,070

30 0 ,0 0 0
2 0 0 ,0 0 0
5 0 ,0 0 0
67 .0 0 0
120,000
112,500
250 ,0 0 0
100.000
200', 000
5 0 ,0 0 0
100,000
5 0 ,0 0 0
100,000
100,000
5 0 0,000
750,000
100,000
100,000
100,000
8 5 ,000
150,000
5 0 0,000
50 ,0 0 0
3 0 ,0 0 0
2 ,0 0 0 ,0 0 0
3 5 0 ,0 0 0
5 0 ,0 0 0
2 0 0 ,0 0 0
2 5 ,0 0 0
2 0 0 ,0 0 0
5 0 ,0 0 0
1 ,0 0 0 ,0 0 0
2 5 ,0 0 0
2 5 ,0 0 0
5 0 0 ,0 0 0
20 0 ,0 0 0
500 ,0 0 0
5 0 ,0 0 0
105,000
5 0 ,0 0 0
5 0 ,0 0 0
3 ,4 0 0 ,0 0 0
5 0 ,0 0 0
2 5 ,0 0 0
2 5 ,0 0 0
100,000
25 ,0 0 0

8 5 ,0 0 0
1 7 9,000
4 5 ,0 0 0
6 0 ,3 0 0
7 1 ,2 0 0

5 0 ,0 0 0
100,000
6 ,2 5 0
1 2 ,0 0 0
6 ,2 5 0
6 ,5 0 0

OREGON.

210
249
257
261
262
361
497

A lb a n y , L in n C o u n ty N a t io n a l B a n k ............
P o r t la n d , O r egon N a t io n a l B a n k .......................
P e n d le t o n , N a t io n a l B a n k o f P e n d l e t o n . . . .
A r lin g t o n , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ..........................
B a k e r C it y , B a k e r C ity N a t io n a l B a n k .........
T h e D a lle s , T h e D a lle s N a t io n a l B a n k ..........
L a G r a n d e , F a r m e r s a n d T r a d e r s N a t ’l B k . .

J u lv 10,1893
D e c . 12,1893
J u n e 8 ,1 8 9 4
A u g . 2 ,1 8 9 4
......... d o ................
M ay
7 ,1897
O c t. 13,1908

A pr.
D ec.
O c t.
A pr.
O c t.
M ay
O c t.

27 ,1 8 9 7
31 ,1 8 9 7
2 8 ,1 8 9 7
27,1 8 9 8
2 6 ,1 8 9 7
15,1903
3 1 ,1917

T o t a l ( a ll r e c e iv e r s h ip s c lo s e d , 7)
PENNSYLVANIA.

2
19
32
53
59
64
66
67
78
81
82
88
110
119
150
151

162
166
172
266
365
371
408
416
417
418
438
460
466
469
474
4S0
487
488
491
492
496
498
504
522
523
529
537
545
552
554
555

F r a n k lin , V e n a n g o N a t io n a l B a n k . .................
P h ila d e lp h ia , F o u r t h N a t io n a l B a n k ..............
C a r lisle , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ................................
S h a m o k in , N o r th u m b e r la n d C o u n t y N . B . .
L o c k H a v e n , L o c k H a v e n N a t io n a l B a n k . .
A s h la n d , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k 1 ..........................
A lle n t o w n , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k 1 .....................
W a y n e s b u r g , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k 1.................
S c r a n to n , S e c o n d N a t io n a l B a n k 1............. ..
B u t le r , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k .................................
M e a d v ille , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ..........................
U n i o n C it y , F ir s t N . B . o f U n io n M ills ..........
W illia m s p o r t , C ity N a t io n a l B a n k ...................
C orry, F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ...................................
P h ila d e lp h ia , K e y s t o n e N a t io n a l B a n k .........
P h ila d e lp h ia , S p r in g G a r d e n N a t io n a l B a n k
C lea r field , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ...........................
C o rry , C orry N a t io n a l B a n k ..................................
M u n c y , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ................................
M id d le to w n , N a t io n a l B a n k o f ............................
E r ie , K e y s t o n e N a t io n a l B a n k ............................
P h ila d e lp h ia , C h e s tn u t S tr e e t N . B .................
H y n d m a n , N . B . of S o u th P e n n s y lv a n ia .. .
B olivar, B olivar N ational B an k 2. i .....................
Pittsburgh, Federal N ational B a n k 2..................
A llegheny, F irst N ational B a n k 2.........................
C la y s v ille , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ..........................
A lle g h e n y , E n te r p r is e N a t io n a l B a n k ............
D e lm o n t , D e lm o n t N . B . o f N e w S a le m ___
W ayn esbu rg, F arm ers an d D ro v ers N . B . . .
M o u n t P le a s a n t F a r m e r s & M e r c h a n ts N . B .
P it t s b u r g h , F o r t P i t t N a t io n a l B a n k ..............
C lin to n v ille , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k .....................
E a s t B r a d y , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k .....................
P it t s b u r g h , A lle g h e n y N a t io n a l B a n k ............
P h ila d e lp h ia , N a t io n a l D e p o s it B a n k ............
P it t s b u r g h , C o sm o p o lita n N a t io n a l B a n k . .
S um m erville, Union N ational B a n k 2................
L it i t z , L it i t z N a t io n a l B a n k .................................
A m b r id g e , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k .........................
C la rio n , S e c o n d N a t io n a l B a n k ...........................
P ittsburgh, First-Second N ational B a n k 2___
E liz a b e t h , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k .........................
W y a lu s in g , F i r s t N a t io n a l B a n k .......................
W e s t E li z a b e t h , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ............
U n io n t o w n , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ......................
M oun t M orris, Farm ers & M erchants N . B . 2




M ay
D ec.
O c t.
M ar.
A ug.
F eb.
A pr.
M ay
M ar.
J u ly
June
M ar.
M ay
O c t.
M ay
M ay
O c t.
N ov.
Feb.
S ep t.
J u ly
Jan.
D ec.
O c t.
O c t.
O c t.
O c t.
O c t.
M ay
D ec.
O c t.
D ec.
A pr.
M ay
M ay
J u ly
S e p t.
O c t.
A pr.
June
June
J u ly
D ec.
M a r.
O c t.
Jan.
Feb.

1,1866
20,1871
24,1873
12,1877
2 0,1877
2 8 ,1 8 7 8
15,1878
15,1878
15,1879
2 3,1879
9 ,1 8 8 0
2 4 ,1883
4 ,1 8 8 6
11,1887
9 ,1891
21,1891
7,1891
21,1891
9 ,1 8 9 2
24,1 8 9 4
2 6 ,1897
29 ,1 8 9 8
1 6 ,1 9 0 2
1,1903
2 1 ,1 9 0 3
2 2 ,1903
1 1 ,1904
1 8 ,1905
2 ,1 9 0 6
12,1 9 0 6
2 9 ,1 9 0 7
7,1 9 0 7
2 4 ,1 9 0 8
1,1 9 0 8
1 8,1908
14,1908
5 ,1 9 0 8
1 6,1908
19,1909
5 ,1 9 1 2
2 1 ,1 9 1 2
7,1 9 1 3
1 9,1913
2 8 ,1 9 1 4
1 7 ,1914
1 9 ,1915
4,1915

F eb.
Feb.
D ec.
Jan.
M ar.
A ug.
M ar.
S e p t.
A pr.
A ug.
Feb.
A pr.
A ug.
A pr.
Jan.
D ec.
Jan.
O c t.
O c t.
A pr.
O c t.
S ep t.
J u lv
O c t.
D ec.
D ec.
A pr.
O c t.
M ar.

2 ,1 8 8 5
13 ,1 8 7 2
6 ,1 8 8 2
1 8 ,1883
3 ,1 8 8 2
5 ,1 8 7 9
9 ,1 8 8 5
7 ,1 8 8 5
2 4 ,1 8 8 6
6 ,1 8 8 7
4 ,1 8 8 2
15,1893
18,1887
2 5 ,1 8 9 2
3 1 ,1 9 0 2
9 ,1901
29,1 9 0 0
1 6,1896
1 2 ,1892
2 7 ,1904
1 ,1906
3 0 ,1916
16,1903
9,1 9 0 6
14,1903
7,1903
1 3,19073 1 ,1 9 1 6
3 1 ,1 9 1 0

O c t.
Jan.
O c t.
O c t.
Jan.
June
O c t.
Jan.
D ec.
S ep t.

3 1 ,1 9 1 0
12,1917
31,1913
31,1 9 1 6
22,1 9 1 7
2 8,1910
3 1,1916
2 8 ,1909
7 ,1909
30,1 9 1 6

A pr.
M ar.
O c t.
S ep t.

2 5 ,1914
3 0 ,1 9 1 8
3 1 ,1917
2 9 ,1917

J u ly 3 0 ,1915

1 F o r m e r ly i n v o lu n t a r y li q u id a t i o n .

4 5 ,0 0 0
8 9 ,5 0 0
4 3 ,0 0 0
27 ,0 0 0
4 4 ,4 5 0
4 5 ,0 0 0
4 5 ,0 0 0
8 5 ,3 4 0
8 7 ,1 0 0
8 5 ,9 5 0
6 3 ,0 0 0
4 5 ,0 0 0
4 5 ,0 0 0
1 2 ,500
10 ,0 0 0
4 9 ,3 0 0
150,000
6 ,2 5 0
1 0 0,000
2 5 ,0 0 0
5 0 0 ,0 0 0
1 5 ,0 0 0
2 5 ,0 0 0
1 5 0,000
2 0 0 ,0 0 0
5 0 0 ,0 0 0
3 0 ,0 0 0
3 9 ,2 0 0
2 5 ,0 0 0
4 9 ,0 0 0
5 0 ,0 0 0
2 5 ,0 0 0
24 ,9 9 7
5 7 1,000

rom assessments, and disposition of collections, 1865 to Oct. 31, 1918, by States—Goi

T o ta l a sse ts
a t fa ilu r e.

O ffse ts.

C la im s
proved.

$ 3 ,992

C o lle c tio n s
fro m a sse ts
a n d a s se ss­
m ent u pon
s to c k ­
h o ld e r s.

Loans
p a id .

D iv id e n d s
p a id .

L egal
ex p en ses.

R e c e iv e r s '
s a la r y
a n d o th e r
ex p en ses.

2
o g
u 3

,2
G

$ 3 ,9 9 2

$1 ,2 6 1

188,874
1 ,142,431
59,152
49,089
24,601
46,244

$45,480
161,766
1,755
1,769
200

$133,508
415,858
16,673
16,261
2 ,0 8 6
2 ,3 7 5

76,273
1 ,0 0 0 ,6 4 0
3 6 ,696
25,524
16,422
18,293

$ 1 6 ,5 0 2
305,539
16,008
12,345
9 ,6 4 7
14,803

$36,056
632,180
16,673
3 ,6 8 4
2,1 4 7
2,353

$ 6 ,7 2 2
21,407
15
1,677
409
215

16,993
4 1 ,5 1 4
4 ,0 0 0
7 ,8 1 8
1,8 5 9
922

1 ,5 1 4 ,3 8 3

210,970

586,761

1 ,1 7 7 ,8 4 0

374,844

693,093

3 0 ,4 4 5

74 ,3 6 7

325,247
507,475
192,524
163,143
166,461
220,890
160,724

40,419
16,566
12,959
15,168
16,528
9,3 6 4
15,225

179,976
252,860
52 ,7 4 2
97 ,7 4 8
64 ,7 3 5
134,021
2 1 2,268

237,165
184,083
9 6 ,165
7 6 ,973
8 4 ,953
177,636
180,277

26,601
14,413
31,343
44,977
2 0 ,508
14,768
14,651

192,210
126,429
54 ,3 5 5
2 1 ,919
5 1 ,118
148,313
141,562

6 ,4 8 1
15,805
2 ,8 6 9
3 ,0 8 2
2 ,1 0 7
2 ,3 3 7
8 ,1 6 9

10,831
27,436
7 ,5 9 8
6 ,9 9 5
1 1 ,220
1 1 ,874
15,895

1 ,7 3 6 ,4 6 4

126,229

994 ,3 5 0

1 ,0 3 7 ,2 5 2

167,261

735,906

40 ,8 5 0

9 1 ,8 4 9

958,896
653,658
112,730
205,213
. 396,121
167,972
337,544
58,153
470,944
182,100
150,420
224,837
206,102
243,535
1,7 2 6 ,5 1 1
2 ,3 2 1 ,7 1 0
268,444
643,333
178,795
285,341
649,723
3 ,2 5 0 ,1 0 7
101,317
112,809

6 9 ,445
303,504
7 ,068
8,4 8 7
4 1 ,324
16,072
20,608
714
36,737
11,920
3 ,3 4 5
4 ,3 7 6
4,1 0 4
8,971
96,788
124,700
8 ,1 9 0
35,836
7,093
9,744
36,928
218,813
1,209
6, 733

434,531
645,558
67 ,2 9 2
175,952
254,647
29,204
90 ,4 2 4
3 6 ,109
132, 461
108,385
9 3 ,625
186,993
130,772
174,120
2 ,3 2 0 ,6 8 0
2 ,0 9 2 ,1 4 0
149,699
547,184
79,330
184,131
4 4 6,505
1 ,8 8 1 ,3 4 1
5 3 ,556
74,601

122,240
352 ,6 3 0
5 6 ,9 4 2
155.140
2 9 3,442
47,941
105,643
2 8 ,508
260,012
114,122
113,791
158,340
165,669
174.141
580,386
712,711
213,639
4 76,482
123,933
204,365
321,519
3 ,2 9 8 ,9 2 0
6 1 ,529
9 3 ,597

6 ,4 6 3

16,177
519
5 7 ,162
8 5 ,105
5 ,2 9 2
12,204
11,946
6 1 ,458
3 4 ,3 5 5
754,462
178
878

101,387
342,054
4 6 ,634
136,474
254,647
3 3 ,1 0 5
7 9 ,7 2 5
21,710
166,587
82,060
96 ,1 7 6
129,505
135,574
161,497
417,748
537,687
151,847
440,641
80 ,6 3 6
•110,207
245,577
2 ,1 9 5 ,3 3 4
5 4 ,092
82,154

9 ,2 7 4
10,718
9 1 ,5 3 2
350
3,301

14,390
10,576
4 ,6 9 1
12,903
24,281
5 ,0 1 3
1 3 ,336
4 ,4 8 3
24,551
16,475
6 ,7 3 9
18,324
7,321
9 ,8 4 5
5 5 ,4 5 6
6 0 ,177
9 ,1 3 6
17,059
2 ,6 5 5
23,426
3 0 ,869
9 7 ,563
3 ,0 5 2
6 ,9 9 0

266,098
2 ,1 9 9 ,5 2 9
65,893
2 ,9 5 8 ,6 8 8
672,795
4 ,8 7 2 ,9 4 1
196,112
316,286
3 ,5 0 9 ,5 7 3
980,879
1,43 7 ,6 7 4

3,0 7 6
302,667
5,021
546,299
38,207
323,513
22,866
84,091
71,446
210,639
205,398

2 0 9,962
2 ,6 0 3 ,7 0 6
39 ,3 2 8
1 ,5 7 0 ,6 1 3
531,031
1 ,8 3 1 ,4 7 4
153,173
218,815
2 ,3 6 4 ,3 7 9
3 9 0 ,8 /o
5 9 8,115

238,971
1 ,4 9 5 ,0 6 0
50,919
1 ,4 8 0 ,1 8 7
494,069
3 ,4 2 9 ,0 4 1
155,856
167,539
2 ,8 5 2 ,3 6 2
503,246
791,053

6 ,8 0 2
472,376
7,6 1 8
264,775
3 6 ,614
838,421
154
2 ,6 5 8
100,908
5 8 ,678
121,961

217,308
928,133
34 ,2 1 2
1 ,0 5 0 ,7 1 0
428,517
1 ,9 5 9 ,6 2 7
145,515
147,700
2 ,6 0 0 ,2 4 9
405,142
573,673

3 ,4 5 2
3 6 ,6 4 8
2 ,5 4 8
50,846
8 ,1 3 8
20,319
1,869
2,323
31,867
6 ,4 5 8
21,257

11,409
57,903
6 ,5 4 1
58,821
20,800
85,631
8 ,3 1 8
14,858
57,131
25,403
4 6 ,7 9 5

355,021
211,127
440,220

29,852
16,961
49,067

176,168
130,378
323,411

241,075
150,217
294,834

5 1 ,619
4 ,1 7 7
8,0 4 1

179,692
130,595
253,249

1,0 0 0
2,927
7,451

4 ,5 2 3
12,518
16,743

537,219
199,302
199,702
3 ,5 1 7 ,4 9 4

15,744
9,2 2 5
6,5 3 3
315,576

4 3 9,772
164,140
165,458
1 ,3 5 9 ,4 6 2

309,827
181,121
166,526
2 ,2 0 5 ,6 5 4

11,510
788
2 ,1 7 8
635,149

265,646
170,704
149,724
1 ,3 9 5 ,6 0 3

10,475
592
2 ,7 5 4
2 2 ,178

19,251
9 ,0 3 7
11,862
4 8 .909

177
428
430
431
434
448
461
490




4 ,3 5 0
4 ,7 9 7
7,8 4 6
1 ,5 7 6
5 7 ,745
8 ,4 2 0

1,267
966
6 ,6 6 8
3 ,9 7 4
11,006
2 ,3 1 5
10,245
7,167
3 ,2 2 5
10,511
1,425
2 ,2 8 0
50,030
2 9 ,742
10,178
6 ,5 7 8

210
249
257
261
262
361
497

2
19
32
53
59
64

66
67
78
81
82

88
110
119
150
151
162
166
172
266
365
371
408
416
417
418
438
460
466
469
474
480
487
488
491
492
496
498
504
522
523
529
537
545
552
554
555

*Sg
u 3
03
TJ
S-l

L o c a tio n a n d n a m e o f b a n k .

R e c e iv e r
a p p o in t e d .

R e c e iv e r s h ip
c lo s e d .

C a p ita l a t
fa ilu r e .

C ir c u la tio n
o u tsta n d in g a t
fa ilu r e .

M ar. 4,1915
S e p t . 7 ,1916
D e c . 16,1916

J a n . 22,1 9 1 6
J u n e 29,1918
J u n e 27,1 9 1 8

$500 ,0 0 0
2 5 ,0 0 0
25 ,0 0 0

$792,000
2 4 ,5 0 0
2 4 ,2 0 0

o

PENNSYLVANIA— c o n t in u e d .
558
579
581

P itts b u r g h , G e rm a n N a t io n a l B a n k . .
A s p in w a ll, F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ............
L e m a s te r s , L e m a s te r s N a t io n a l B a n k
T o ta l ( a ll r e c e iv e r s h ip s , 50).

13, 719,500

4 ,5 8 8 , 787

T o t a l (r e c e iv e r s h ip s c lo se d , 47)

1 3 ,3 6 9 ,5 0 0

3 ,8 6 8 ,7 8 7

30 0 ,0 0 0

1 8 2,600

5 0 ,0 0 0

1 1 ,2 5 0

5 0 ,0 0 0
5 0 ,0 0 0
75,000
5 0 ,0 0 0
5 0 ,0 0 0
75, 000
5 0 ,0 0 0
5 0 ,0 0 0
5 0 ,0 0 0
2 5 ,0 0 0
2 5 ,0 0 0
2 5 ,0 0 0

10 ,7 4 0
1 1 ,2 5 0
1 8 ,0 0 0
1 1 ,250
1 1 ,2 5 0
27, 750
1 1 ,250
1 1 ,2 5 0
10 ,8 0 0
1 5 ,000
25 ,0 0 0
2 5 ,0 0 0

T o t a l (a ll r e c e iv e r s h ip s , 12).

5 7 5 ,0 0 0

1 8 8,540

T o t a l (r e c e iv e r s h ip s c lo se d , 11)

5 5 0 ,0 0 0

163,540

100,000
5 0 ,0 0 0
5 0 0 ,0 0 0
100,000
100,000
5 0 ,0 0 0
5 0 ,0 0 0
5 0 ,0 0 0
5 0 ,0 0 0

9 0 ,0 0 0
11 ,2 5 0
4 5 ,0 0 0
22 ,5 0 0
2 1 ,8 0 0
1 1 ,250
11 ,2 5 0

1 ,0 5 0 ,0 0 0

2 3 7,650

50 .0 0 0
5 0 .0 0 0
3 0 0 .0 0 0

29.800
11, 250
45 .0 0 0
2 2 ,5 0 0
1 1 ,250
2 6 ,7 2 0
4 4 .0 0 0
1 0 .8 0 0

RHODE ISLAND.
526

P r o v id e n c e , A t la n t ic N a t io n a l B a n k

A p r . 16,1913

SOUTH CAROLINA.
117

S u m te r , N . B . o f (r e c e iv e r s h ip c lo s e d , 1 ) ___

A u g . 24,1887

M ar.

5 ,1891

SOUTH DAKOTA.
107
127
170
234
240
260
270
275
348
470
479
569

S io u x F a lls , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ......................
M a d iso n , M a d iso n N a t io n a l B a n k .....................
H u r o n , H u r o n N a t io n a l B a n k .............................
H o t S p r in g s, F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k .....................
C h a m b e r la in , C h a m b e r la in N a t io n a l B a n k .
R a p id C ity , B la c k H ills N a t io n a l B a n k ___
M a d iso n , C itiz e n s N a t io n a l B a n k ......................
R e d fie ld , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ............................
S io u x F a lls , D a k o t a N a t io n a l B a n k ................
S c o tla n d , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ............................
H o t S p r in g s, H o t S p r in g s N a t io n a l B a n k . .
B r is t o l, F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ................................

M ar.
June
Jan.
A ug.
S e p t.
J u ly
D ec.
Jan.
Jan.
Feb.
N ov.
N ov.

11,1886
23,1888
7,1892
17,1893
30,1893
13,1894
12,1894
11,1895
20,1897
4 ,1907
27,1907
17,1915

A p r . 5 ,1 8 9 7
J u ly 24,1894
S e p t. 23,1897
O c t. 28,1897
A p r . 7,1 8 9 9
M ar. 13,1899
O c t. 30,1 8 9 7
S e p t. 18,1897
S e p t. 5 ,1 9 0 0
S e p t. 3 0 ,1909
......... d o ................

TENNESSEE.
5
131
187
190
219
246
269
544
573

M e m p h is , T e n n e s s e e N a t io n a l B a n k ................
S h e lb y v ille , N a t io n a l B a n k o f S h e l b y v i l l e ..
N a s h v ille , C o m m e r c ia l N a t io n a l B a n k ...........
C o lu m b ia , S e c o n d N a t io n a l B a n k .....................
K n o x v ille , S ta te N a t io n a l B a n k .........................
D a y t o n , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ..............................
J o h n s o n C it y , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ..................
G allatin, F irst N ational B an k i . . . - .....................
W a r tr a c e , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ...........................

M ar.
D ec.
A pr.
M ay
J u ly
O c t.
N ov.
M ar.
D ec.

21,1867
13,1889
6 ,1 8 9 3
19,1893
29,1893
25,1893
13,1894
25,1914
22,1915

F eb.
A pr.
M ay
S e p t.
A ug.
O c t.
Feb.
M ay
O c t.

4 ,1 8 7 0
26,1 8 9 2
27,1899
3 0 ,1905
8,1 8 9 6
5,1 8 9 7
20,1899
13,1914
3 0 ,1 9 1 7

T o t a l (a ll r e c e iv e r s h ip s c lo se d , 9)

24 ,6 0 0

TEXAS.
69
116
155
161
173
180
185
199
203
228
230
237
254
265
273
285
287
288
313
322
330
338
362
403

D a lla s , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ....................
H e n r ie tta , H e n r ie tta N a t io n a l B a n k .
D a lla s , N in t h N a t io n a l B a n k .................
L a re d o , R io G r a n d e N a t io n a l B a n k . .
T e m p le , B e ll C o u n ty N a t io n a l B a n k .
R o c k w a ll, F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ............
D a lla s , B a n k e r s a n d M e r c h a n ts N . B .
B r a d y , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ....................
B rownwood, City National B a n k 1.........
S a n A n to n io , T e x a s N a t io n a l B a n k . .
V e r n o n , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k .................
E l P a s o , E l P a s o N a t io n a l B a n k .........
L la n o , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ....................
V e r n o n , S ta te N a t io n a l B a n k ................
Q u a n a h , C ity N a t io n a l B a n k ..................
T e x a r k a n a , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k .........
F o r t W o r th , C ity N a t io n a l B a n k .........
D u b lin , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ..................
Jefferson , N a t io n a l B a n k o f .....................
S a n A n g e lo , C itiz e n s N a t io n a l B a n k .,
T y le r , C it y N a t io n a l B a n k .......................
T y le r , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k .....................
G a t e s v ille , C it y N a t io n a l B a n k ........... .
A u s tin , F irst N ation al B a n k 1................




June
A ug.
J u ly
O c t.
Feb.
J u ly
Feb.
June
June
A ug.
A ug.
S e p t.
Feb.
S e p t.
D ec.
A pr.
A pr.
A pr.
June
S e p t.
O c t.
D ec.
M ay
A ug.

8,1 8 7 8
17,1887
16,1891
3 ,1891
19,1892
2 0 ,1892
6,1893
13,1893
20,1893
10,1893
12,1893
2 ,1893
28,1894
24,1894
15,1894
1,1895
10,1895
22,1895
24 ,1 8 9 6
9 ,1 8 9 6
17,1 8 9 6
1 7 ,1896
2 9 ,1 8 9 7
3 ,1 9 0 1

M ar. 24,1885
J u ly 11,1889
A u g . 11,1900
S e p t. 8 ,1 8 9 6
M ay
2 ,1898
M ar. 3 1 ,1896
N o v . 6,1901
O c t.
9 ,1 8 9 6
D e c . 5,1894
O c t.
3,1903
A p r . 3 0 ,1897
S e p t. 30,1904
M ay
1,1899
O c t. 15,1902
J u n e 18,1899
D e c . 18,1896
S e p t. 28,1903
A u g . 15,1898
S e p t. 30,1901
D e c . 2,1899
S e p t. 30,1905
......... d o ................
M ar. 2 4 ,1 8 9 9
Jan.
2 ,1 9 0 2

100.000
5 0 .0 0 0
125.000
5 0 0 .0 0 0
5 0 .0 0 0
150.000

100.000
100,000

100,000
200,000

2 2 .5 0 0
2 2 .5 0 0
3 3 ,7 5 0
1 6 ,170
21 ,6 4 0
2 2 ,0 5 0
11 .2 5 0
44 .0 0 0
1 1 .2 5 0
2 2 .5 0 0
2 2 .5 0 0
22,495
4 5 .000

5 0 .0 0 0

11,020

150.000
75.000

100.000
100,000
5 0 .0 0 0
300 .0 0 0
5 0 .0 0 0

100.000
100,000

100,000

from assessments, and disposition of collections, 1865 to Oct. 81, 1918, by States—Contd.

T o ta l a s se ts
a t fa ilu r e.

C la im s
p roved.

O ffse ts.

C o lle c tio n s
fro m a sse ts
a n d a sse ss­
m ent upon
s to c k ­
h o ld e r s.

L oans
p a id .

$ 2 ,8 9 3 ,2 2 5
103 ,6 6 6
199 ,2 0 7

$ 2 ,5 3 5 ,6 8 8
1 ,9 7 5
3 6 ,1 4 3

$ 3 ,7 4 5 ,4 9 1
1 3 ,6 5 6
16,067

$302,248
108 ,2 5 6
154,311

4 4 ,3 5 8 ,0 5 4

7 ,1 1 4 ,1 0 4

2 4 ,2 2 4 ,3 1 5

2 6 ,6 3 9 ,3 0 7

37,4 4 1 ,6 5 2

6 ,2 0 3 ,1 6 2

2 0 ,9 7 0 ,8 2 9

2 2 ,6 5 8 ,6 3 2

$ 7 ,1 1 3 ,4 1 5
147,124
254,637

D iv id e n d s
p a id .

L egal
ex p en ses.

R e c e iv e r s ’
s a la r y
a n d o th e r
ex p en ses.

o g
u 3
©
O

$ 3 12,090
8 7 ,944
1 5 6,208

$9 ,6 4 3
4 ,0 7 7
2 ,0 9 2

$ 2 2 ,4 0 8
8 ,1 2 9
4 ,4 9 6

6 ,3 2 2 ,7 0 3

1 7 ,6 9 5 ,2 9 9

5 28,129

1 ,0 3 0 ,7 9 7

5 ,4 1 4 ,7 3 8

1 4 ,9 9 5 ,7 3 7

4 4 7 ,6 5 4

9 0 6 ,3 2 4

1 ,5 7 5 ,8 8 7

5 0 ,7 4 3

75 ,3 4 1

526

8 0 ,1 2 0

7 ,1 5 2

4 ,8 0 2

117

3 6 ,9 2 9
3 2 ,0 0 9
9 ,2 9 8
9 ,3 5 0
1 9 ,547
15, 800
9 ,4 4 5
77,259
1 6 4,898
18,891
80 ,6 0 2
158,018

8 ,4 0 7
7 ,1 0 4
1,1 4 2
5 ,8 6 8
1 ,6 7 6
4 ,4 8 5
3 ,4 8 8
5,0 1 4
5 ,6 1 6
2 ,3 1 9
219
5 ,8 2 8

16, 888
1 4 ,8 9 6
5 ,5 2 9
12,184
12 ,9 7 9
9 ,4 5 8
9 ,7 4 3
1 1 ,949
13 ,3 6 6
5 ,5 9 4
5,1 1 1
15, 984

107
127
170
234
240
260
270
275
348
470
479
569

558
579
581

j
I
3 ,2 5 4 ,7 5 6

3 9 9 ,5 3 6

2 ,1 1 5 ,2 8 6

2 ,1 0 3 ,0 5 7

66 ,2 4 0

883

7 3 ,3 4 3

1 00,204

190,190
128,314.
98,146
107,326
77,701
119,549
129,751
164,610
2 98,967
119,187
145,366
248,584

54 ,1 1 6
2 ,0 0 1
404
37,567
3, 638
9 ,9 0 9
19,608
8,072
2 2 ,2 3 5
1 3 ,720
13,313
11,869

54 ,0 4 3
5 1 ,0 1 2
1 7 ,882
4 3 ,7 8 2
18, 652
4 4 ,9 7 0
5 4 ,5 9 4
77,786
2 0 3 ,0 5 4
9 6 ,4 3 2
7 7 ,2 7 8
2 9 8 ,6 8 6

7 8 ,988
6 1 ,293
5 0 ,286
6 0 ,8 5 4
40, 315
4 7 ,8 5 3
3 9 ,3 5 9
144,684
2 0 6 ,2 8 7
3 5 ,9 0 2
112,131
189,832

1 6 ,7 6 4
7 ,2 8 4
3 4 ,3 1 7
33 ,4 5 2
6 ,1 1 3
1 6 ,679
1 6 ,683
5 0 ,462
2 2 ,4 0 7
9 ,0 9 8
2 6 ,1 9 9
8 ,5 3 5

'

371 ,3 2 0

1,8 2 7 ,6 9 1

196,452

1 ,0 3 8 ,1 7 1

1 ,0 6 7 ,7 8 4

2 4 7 ,9 9 3

6 3 2 ,0 4 6

5 1 ,1 6 6

133,681

1 ,5 7 9 ,1 0 7

184, 583

739 ,4 8 5

8 7 7,952

2 3 9 ,4 5 8

474 ,0 2 8

4 5 ,3 3 8

1 1 7 ,6 9 7

445,412
144,589
2 ,3 7 9 ,5 1 8
352,474
2 31,519
98,976
149,954

8 6 ,139
22,427
3 ,5 8 0
3 ,0 2 6
3 ,4 2 9

3 7 6 ,3 9 2
143,454
1 ,4 7 9 ,6 1 0
155, 806
103,683
4 6 ,7 0 7
8 7 ,8 4 8

9 1 ,6 0 8
5 4 ,6 3 7
1 ,5 0 0 , 316
197,030
160,338
.
57,291
60,041

935
1,1 7 7
351,991
80,381
3 2 ,3 0 6
5 ,9 1 0
14,335

6 5 ,3 3 5
4 3 ,2 8 9
1 ,0 7 1 ,6 1 9
88,182
112, 911
4 2 ,3 8 7
31,407

6 ,1 8 2
5 ,0 3 2
3 8 ,7 2 4
9 ,2 3 1
2 ,0 8 7
1 ,3 8 3
5 ,5 8 6

1 9 ,156
5 ,1 3 9
3 7 ,9 8 2
19,236
12, 356
7,6 1 1
8, 713

193,257

27 ,9 4 0

107,519

159,341

2 9 ,0 0 8

112,807

3 ,9 2 2

9 ,4 5 6

3 ,9 9 5 ,6 9 9

146,541

2 ,5 0 1 ,0 1 9

2 ,2 8 0 ,6 0 2

516,043

1 ,5 6 7 ,9 3 7

72,147

119,649

151,817
123,165
572, 779
171,181
136,641
221,110
628,880
108,960

30,088
6,5 9 4
33,427
218
26 ,6 5 0
59,725
20,686
3 ,5 5 0

77,104
82 ,1 5 6
108,894
59,331
4 6 ,1 7 7
4 5 ,6 6 4
122,865
3 4 ,4 8 9

36,242
104,682
181,527
65,862
5 2 ,2 6 0
30,587
128,852
63,541

9 7 ,6 4 4
35,991
7, 703
2 ,0 0 0
16,401
2 0 ,6 6 9

2 9 ,377
8 6 ,442
4 9 ,0 0 2
21,927
32,323
15,983
72,671
34 ,4 8 9

825
1,9 9 0
9 ,4 6 2
1,3 4 8
5,0 4 2
7 ,8 5 0
19,125
1 ,9 2 9

6* 040
8 ,4 6 3
2 3 ,8 4 2
6 ,5 9 6
7,1 9 2
4, 754
2 0 ,6 5 5
6 ,4 5 4

219,651
233,584
480,353
110,667
154,966
229,603
88,206
933,300
63,468
295,287
165,023
275,636
696,654
8 9,288

10,446
7,7 6 8
4 3 ,8 0 8
2,452
7 ,554
4,3 9 3
1,809
101,730
2,076
3,112
10,178
3,117
37,241
7,065

9 3 ,853
9 6 ,5 3 8
175,360
3 0 ,319
50,571
136,485
3 6 ,429
491,071
5 ,9 3 6
167,778
4 3 ,5 2 4
168,471
307,692
12,262

90,305
104,892
248,006
3 6 ,3 6 0
4 0 ,639
98,212
4 9 ,4 3 6
428,658
2 9 ,736
191,812
64,389
124,031
354,024
42 ,1 9 4

22,808
4 1 ,432
92,077
9,881
6,327
23,491
3 ,6 5 3
160,470
11,668
14,035
12,368
52,715
154, 510
20,211

49,211
50, 618
129,550
15,665
2 0 ,934
56,804
37,249
212,435
4,6 1 7
160,122
37,642
52,420
171,946
13,335

4 ,2 4 4
3 ,9 2 3
4 ,4 2 5
2,5 7 3
4, 729
7,672
3 ,0 2 6
2 4 ,7 6 4
1,3 8 9
7,4 0 6
3 ,3 1 6
4,3 9 7
10,633
2 ,1 9 2

14,042
8 ,9 1 9
2 1 ,9 5 4
8,241
8 ,6 4 9
10,245
5 ,5 0 8
3 0 ,9 8 9
3 ,7 1 2
10,249
8,953
14,499
16,935
5 ,1 3 2

5
131
187
190
219
246
269
544
573




69
116
155
161
173
180
185
199
203
228
230
237
254
265
273
285
287
288
313
322
330
338
326
403

o ®
5
h
U3
©

L o c a tio n a n d n a m e o f b a n k .

R e c e iv e r
a p p o in t e d .

C a p ita l a t
fa ilu r e.

R e c e iv e r s h ip
c lo se d .

C ir c u la tio n
o u tsta n d ­
in g a t
fa ilu r e .

C
Te x a s — c o n t in u e d .
$ 1 00,000
5 0 .0 0 0
50 .0 0 0
2 5 .0 0 0
7 5 .000
2 5 .000
25 .0 0 0
2 00,000
25 .0 0 0
3 0 .000
50 .0 0 0
50 .0 0 0
25 .0 0 0

$ 2 5 ,0 0 0
12.500
1 2 .500
2 5 .0 0 0
7 5 .0 0 0
7 ,0 0 0
6 ,2 5 0
2 0 0,000
12.500

T o t a l (a ll r e c e iv e r s h ip s , 37)

3 ,7 8 0 ,0 0 0

990,695

T o t a l (r e c e iv e r s h ip s c lo s e d , 36)

413
414
420
423
445
446
464
478
506
566
567
568
576

3 ,7 3 0 ,0 0 0

9 4 0,695

B e a u m o n t , C itiz e n s N a t io n a l B a n k . .
G r o e sb e c k , G r o e sb e c k N a t io n a l B a n k
H e n r ie t t a , F a r m e r s N a t io n a l B a n k . . .
M cG regor, C itiz e n s N a t io n a l B a n k . . .
A b ile n e , A m e r ic a n N a t io n a l B a n k . . .
N e d e r la n d , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ..........
W e s t , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ......................
S a n A n t o n io , W o o d s N a t io n a l B a n k .
S a v o y , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k .....................

W harton, W harton N ational B an k l . . .
A r lin g t o n , C itiz e n s N a t io n a l B a n k . . .
C isco, M e r c h a n ts a n d F a r m e r s N .B . . .
C o m o , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k .....................

A ug.
A ug.
N ov.
Feb.
Jan.
Jan.
M ar.
N ov.
June
J u ly
N ov.
N ov.
M ar.

20,1903
2 2,1903
18,1903
8 ,1 9 0 4
18,1905
26,1 9 0 5
27,1 9 0 6
9 ,1 9 0 7
30,1 9 0 9
29,1 9 1 5
6 ,1 9 1 5
12,1915
7 ,1 9 1 6

O c t.
A ug.
M ay
M ay
M ar.
J u ly
June
O c t.
M ay
Jan.
A ug.

31,1908
15,1905
9 ,1 9 0 5
7 ,1 9 0 6
31 ,1 9 1 0
12,1909
3 0 ,1909
3 1 ,1912
18,1912
2 5 ,1 9 1 6
29,1 9 1 6

A p r . 2 3 ,1 9 1 7

25 .0 0 0
5 0 .0 0 0
1 0 .000

UTAH.

37

S a lt L a k e C ity , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k o f
U t a h (r e c e iv e r s h ip c lo s e d , 1).

D e c . 10,1874

M ay

14,1879

150,000

44 ,9 9 1

A pr.
June
A ug.
A pr.
M ar.
A pr.
A ug.

A ug.
O c t.
June
M ay
M ar.
O c t.
S ep t.

1,1881
12,1885
6 ,1 8 9 2
2 5 ,1894
3 1 ,1906
1,1906
30,1 9 0 8

100,000
300.000
200.000
100,000
100,000
60 ,0 0 0
50 ,0 0 0

9 0 .000
90 .0 0 0
6 3 .0 0 0
8 9 ,9 8 0
2 2 .0 0 0
2 0 ,0 0 0
50 ,0 0 0

9 1 0,000

4 2 4 ,9 8 0

400 .0 0 0
200 .0 0 0
100,000
200,000
300,000
5 0 ,0 0 0

3 6 0,000
179,200
9 5 .000
4 5 .0 0 0
90 .0 0 0
1 1 ,250

1 ,2 5 0 ,0 0 0

780,450

100,000
2 5 0.000
50 .0 0 0
100.000
150.000
100.000
100,000
5 0 .000
2 5 0.000
150.000
200.000
100,000
5 0 .000
50.000
200,000
5 0 .000
5 0 .000
350.000
60 .0 0 0
5 0 .0 0 0
5 0 .000
5 0 .000
100.000
5 0 .0 0 0
5 0 .0 0 0
100,000

2 2 .5 0 0
4 5 ,0 0 0
11, 250
2 2 .5 0 0

VERMONT.
79
84
89
92
391
397
437

P o u lt n e y , N a t io n a l B a n k .......................
B r a ttle b o r o , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k . . .
S t. A lb a n s , V e r m o n t N a t io n a l B a n k
S t. A lb a n s , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k -----R u t l a n d , M e r c h a n ts N a t io n a l B a n k .
V e r g e n n e s , F a r m e r s N a t io n a l B a n k .
S w a n t o n , P e o p le s N a t io n a l B a n k . . .

7 ,1 8 7 9
19,1880
9 ,1 8 8 3
22 ,1 8 8 4
2 6 ,1 9 0 0
13,1901
18,1904

T o ta l (a ll r e c e iv e r s h ip s c lo s e d , 7)
VIRGINIA.
28
29
35
40
104
312

P e te r s b u r g , M e r c h a n ts N a t io n a l B a n k ........... S e p t. 2 5 ,1873
P e te r s b u r g , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ....................... ......... d o ...............
N o r fo lk , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k .............................. J u n e 3 ,1874
C h a r lo tte s v ille , C h a r lo tte s v ille N a t ’l B a n k . O c t. 2 8 ,1 8 7 5
N o r fo lk , E x c h a n g e N a t io n a l B a n k ................... A p r . 9,1885
B e d fo r d C ity , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k .................. M a y
2,1 8 9 6

M ay
1 ,1876
M a y 15,1876
J u n e 2 ,1 8 8 3
A p r . 5 ,1 8 8 6
J u n e 2 3 ,1894
A u g . 15,1899

T o t a l (a ll r e c e iv e r s h ip s c lo se d , 6)
WASHINGTON.
146
204
206
207
208
236
241
242
248
271
272
281
282
291
294
297
299
303
305
315
316
326
354
399
441
551

S p o k a n e F a lls , S p o k a n e N a t io n a l B a n k ___
T a c o m a , M e r c h a n ts N a t io n a l B a n k ..................
W h a tc o m , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k .........................
N e w W h a tc o m , C o lu m b ia N a t io n a l B a n k . .
Spokane F alls, Citizens N ational B a n k 1.........
T a c o m a , W a s h in g to n N a t io n a l B a n k ..............
P ort T ow n sen d , Port T ow n sen d N a td B a n k
P o rt A ngeles, F irst N ational Bank*- ....................
S p o k a n e , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ............................
S p o k a n e F a lls , C itiz e n s N a t io n a l B a n k * . . . .
T a c o m a , T a c o m a N a t io n a l B a n k .......................
S p o k a n e F a lls , B r o w n e N a t io n a l B a n k .........
A n a c o r te s , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k .........................
P o r t A n g e le s , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k *................
S e a ttle , M e r c h a n ts N a t io n a l B a n k ....................
E v e r e t t , P u g e t S o u n d N a t io n a l B a n k ............
S o u th B e n d , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k .....................
T a c o m a , C o lu m b ia N a t io n a l B a n k ...................
N e w W h a tc o m , B e llin g h a m B a y N a t ’l B a n k
C h e n e y , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ...............................
E lle n s b u r g , K i t t it a s N a t io n a l B a n k ................
N e w W h a tc o m , B e n n e t t N a t io n a l B a n k —
O ly m p ia , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ...........................
V a n c o u v e r , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k .......................
D a v e n p o r t , B ig B e n d N a t io n a l B a n k ............
C e n tr a lia , U n it e d S ta te s N a t io n a l B a n k —

F e b . 3 ,1 8 9 1
J u n e 23,1 8 9 3
J u n e 2 7 ,1893
......... d o ................
J u ly
1 ,1893
A u g . 2 6 ,1 8 9 3
O c t . 3 ,1 8 9 3
O c t.
5 ,1 8 9 3
N o v . 2 0 ,1 8 9 3
D e c . 13,1894
D e c . 1 4,1894
F e b . 8 ,1 8 9 5
M ar. 6 ,1 8 9 5
A p r . 2 6 ,1 8 9 5
J u n e 19,1895
A u g . 7 ,1 8 9 5
A u g . 1 7 ,1895
O c t. 3 0 ,1895
D e c . 5 ,1 8 9 5
J u n e 2 7 ,1896
J u l y 18,1896
S e p t . 19,1896
F e b . 17,1897
A p r . 2 0 ,1901
N o v . 2 5 ,1904
S e p t . 21,1914

Jan.
S e p t.
O c t.
Jan.
D ec.
M ay
D ec.
A pr.
F eb.
J u ly
A ug.
J u ly
L JJl .
JV
A ug.
A ug.
J u ly
A ug.
M ar.
S e p t.
J u ly
F eb.
O c t.
June
O c t.

2 2 ,1895
10.1897
19.1897
7 ,1898
21.1893
2 5.1901
6 ,1 8 9 7
26.1894
12.1900
12.1900
9 .1 9 0 0
2 1 .1902
15.1899
2 8 .1897
19.1901
3,1 8 9 6
1 8 ,1 9 0 5
28.1 9 0 0
25.1901
2 1 .1899
9.1 9 0 0
24.1902
24.1900
14,1904
30,1909

43, 500
22 ,5 0 0
4 5 .0 0 0
3 3 .0 5 0
4 4 ,3 6 0
2 2 .5 0 0
1 1 .2 5 0
11 .2 5 0
4 3 ,1 5 0
4 4 ,1 9 0
1 1 .250
4 5 .0 0 0
1 3 .050
1 1 .2 5 0
11 .2 5 0
1 1 .250
2 1 ,8 0 0
1 0 .0 0 0
1 2 .5 0 0
9 9 ,9 9 7

T o t a l (a ll r e c e iv e r s h ip s , 26)

.

2 ,8 6 0 ,0 0 0

6 6 9 ,3 4 7

T o t a l (r e c e iv e r s h ip s c lo s e d , 25)

.

2 ,7 6 0 ,0 0 0

569 ,3 5 0




from assessments, and disposition of collections, 1865 to Oct. 31, 1918, hy States—Contd.

T o t a l a s se ts
a t fa ilu r e.

O ffse ts.

C la im s
proved .

C o lle c tio n s
fro m a s s e t s
an d assess­
m ent upon
s to c k ­
h o ld e r s .

Loans
p a id .

D iv id e n d s
p a id .

L egal
ex p en ses.

R e c e iv e r s ’ 3
s a la r y
o ©
a n d o th e r
©
ex p en ses.
"S
o

1540,949
237,642
201,188
128,675
325,177
3 6 ,589
112,657
1 ,1 1 4 ,1 6 4
52,464

$132,313
17,986
39 ,3 5 2
5 2 ,260
31 ,1 9 6
6 ,1 9 9
5 ,1 8 2
44 ,7 2 0
5 ,5 6 6

$277 ,2 8 8
119,216
8 9 ,8 6 9
6 1 ,0 8 8
165,881
6, 780
8 7 ,0 3 2
732,599
21 ,6 1 6

$303,486
140,988
124,487
6 9 ,934
189,040
1 0 ,852
8 9 ,5 3 2
9 17,362
3 3 ,1 4 5

$141
8 0 ,0 1 2
19,805
1,951
6 3 ,4 5 8
576
2 ,1 4 4
154,670
2 3 ,1 1 6

$263,850
48,271
8 8 ,204
60,231
106,375
6,4 4 1
78,674
714,242
10,455

$ 1 2 ,1 8 0
5,3 4 1
2 ,0 1 9
1,6 4 6
6 ,9 7 7
1,7 8 9
2 ,4 2 7
1 2 ,908
820

$ 2 2 ,9 7 0
7 ,3 6 4
7 ,1 1 5
5 ,0 8 6
1 2 ,230
2 ,0 4 6
5 ,5 6 7
3 5 ,5 4 2
3 ,7 5 4

211, 780
140,777
123,974

4 0 ,117
10,483
1,9 4 6

112,213
7 2 ,118
9 8 ,0 6 8

137, 709
107,058
107,408

13,753
2 1 ,6 7 5
718

112,213
68 ,5 0 6
9 8 ,067

690
2 ,0 8 0
1 ,2 5 2

4 ,4 7 6
11,556
7,371

9 ,3 6 7 ,2 5 5

811,007

4 ,2 3 6 , 737

4 ,8 0 2 ,2 4 8

1 ,1 8 8 ,0 7 3

3 ,0 1 0 ,2 9 1

182,389

3 7 7,100

9 ,2 2 6 ,4 7 8

800,524

4 ,1 6 4 ,6 1 9

4 ,6 9 5 ,1 9 0

1 ,1 6 6 ,3 9 8

2 ,9 4 1 ,7 8 5

180,309

365,544

214,174

2 ,8 6 9

9 3 ,021

3 0 ,3 3 2

19,002

1 ,1 6 6

10,164

37

183,719
3 54,228
763,649
. 3 64,140
432,617
133,887
186,396

3 ,3 5 3
4 ,9 0 2
19,171
9 ,8 8 8
42 ,6 9 8
9 ,1 2 9
6 ,0 3 2

81,801
104, 749
4 2 2 ,7 7 2
294,521
318,501
119,618
131,761

9 6 ,605
154,421
4 0 5,180
158,852
3 3 8 ,8 3 0
179,366
109,466

247
2 5 ,336
2 ,4 0 6
79,224
21,544

8 8 ,176
9 9 ,847
3 2 1,870
9 6 ,5 2 5
307,352
8 5 ,125
77,698

2 ,9 7 3
2 4 ,279
1 2 ,112
8 ,2 3 2
4 ,1 7 9
1,085

7 ,5 1 7
10 ,8 3 2
5 8 ,784
24,879
2 0 ,840
10,838
9 ,1 3 9

79
84
89
92
391
397
437

2 ,4 1 8 ,6 3 6

95,173

1 ,4 7 3 , 723

1 ,4 4 2 ,7 2 0

1 2 8 ,8 1 0

1 ,0 7 6 ,5 9 3

916,232
229,409
214,370
532,393
3 ,6 5 4 ,0 0 5
201,248

103,842
3,2 2 5
2,191
24,882
197,262
1,605

992 ,6 3 6
167,285
176,601
376, 756
2 ,8 9 7 ,1 9 7
118,995

299,357
142,320
129,566
281,857
2 ,4 7 7 ,8 8 9
5 6 ,013

20,315
4,5 4 5
559
2 ,3 0 9
182,290
18,660

259,487
125,667
101,545
226,308
2 ,0 8 5 ,8 2 6
3 0 ,1 4 8

728
250
8 ,2 3 2
21,495
108,571
828

18,827
11,858
19,230
31,745
101,202
6 ,3 7 7

5 ,7 4 7 ,6 5 7

333,007

4 ,7 2 9 ,4 7 0

3 ,3 8 7 ,0 0 2

228 ,6 7 8

2 ,8 2 8 ,9 8 1

140,104

189,239

513,504
1 ,0 3 1 ,9 2 7
123,439
225,239

70,248
57,063
6,4 2 6
7,3 8 2

393,011
626,440
7 3 ,098
110,039

495,110
320,254
37 ,9 9 6
43,435

8 5 ,4 8 2
173,633
6 ,4 7 2
9 ,0 2 9

368,251
111,174
19,194
20,071

16,959
10, 727
4 ,5 0 8
5 ,2 6 6

2 4 ,418
2 4 ,7 2 0
7,8 2 2
9 ,0 6 9

218,117
107,410

3 ,3 1 2
609

113, 762
8 ,4 1 4

140,449
18,855

14,060
4 ,6 7 4

91 ,5 6 6
6 ,0 0 8

17,679
2 ,1 1 2

17,144
6 ,0 6 1

562, 763
446,313
425,091
182,667
68,903
5 7 ,8 7 2
541,694
106, 776
100,197
562,302
200,484
75,335
105,161
140,977
223,501
249,373
535,174
1 ,3 1 0 ,2 8 9

7,900
42,896
11,480
2 ,3 4 8
496
2,8 7 3
24,594
7,312
1, 458
26, 732
1,521
79
915
4 ,8 3 0
8 ,2 5 6
7,119
124,251
136, 757

3 0 9,716
262,658
199,766
8 ,7 1 1
16,874
6,4 0 1
240,599
5 2 ,0 6 2
52, 494
189,866
93 ,2 2 3
22,511
73,312
62,624
103,512
227,070
448,125
999,958

250,664
134,970
158,659
59,765
23, 609
20,041
402.072
64, 485
53,313
220,349
79,940
26,243
110,153
106, 670
156,982
246.073
423,616
731,585

5 8 ,9 0 8
95, 832
96,421
3 3 ,927
10, 607
15,496
206,484
4 ,2 4 7
20,499
41,520
30,869
9 ,2 8 5
69,782
49,821
4 1 ,646
2, 712
18,935
120,937

136,275
2 0 ,727
38,191
8,711
6 ,4 0 0
2 ,1 1 8
155,599
52,815
17,255
127,154
36,259
11,851
2 6 ,488
42,811
96,611
227,070
378,952
500, 680

2 5 ,306
5,231
6 ,6 2 9
497
1 ,1 5 7
198
11,114
2 ,8 6 6
5 ,5 7 2
31,541
3 ,0 9 6
173
7 ,2 7 8
2 ,5 4 7
2 ,9 8 5
2 ,7 5 0
5 ,7 4 0
2 2 ,263

30 ,1 7 5
1 3 ,1 8 0
17 ,4 1 8
16,424
5, 445
2 ,2 2 9
28, 624
4 ,2 8 9
9 ,9 8 7
20,134
9, 716
4,934
6 ,6 0 5
9 ,9 7 3
8 ,9 1 7
11,971
19,989
3 6 ,8 2 8

8 ,1 1 4 ,5 0 8

556,857

4 ,6 9 4 ,2 4 6

4 ,3 2 5 ,2 8 8

1 ,2 2 1 ,2 7 8

2 ,5 0 2 ,2 3 1

194,194

34 6 ,0 7 2

6 ,8 0 4 ,2 1 9

420,100

3 ,6 9 4 ,2 8 8

3 ,5 9 3 ,7 0 3 |

1 ,1 0 0 ,3 4 1

2 ,0 0 1 ,5 5 1

171,931

309,244




2

53

S e c o n d fa ilu r e.

5 2 ,8 6 0

413
414
420
423
445
446
464
478
506
566
567
568
576

142,829
28
29
35
40
104
312

146
204
206
207
208
236
241
242
248
271
272
281
282
291
294
297
299
303
305
315
316
326
354
399
441
551

o g
u 2
©
'd
t-t

L o c a tio n a n d n a m e o f b a n k .

494
524
549
580
585

F r ie n d ly , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ............................
R o w le s b u r g , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k .....................
S u t t o n , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ................................
W illia m s t o w n , W illia m s t o w n N a t ’l B a n k . .
P i n e v ill e , C itiz e n s N a t io n a l B a n k .....................

R e c e iv e r s h ip
c lo se d .

C a p ita l a t
fa ilu r e.

C ir c u la tio n
o u tsta n d ­
in g a t
fa ilu r e .

M ay
1,1911
D e c . 31,1915

$25 ,0 0 0
2 5 .0 0 0
50 .0 0 0
3 0 .000
50 .0 0 0

$ 2 5 ,0 0 0
10,000
5 0 ,0 0 0
2 9 ,3 0 0
2 4 ,5 0 0

180,000

138,800

50 ,0 0 0

3 5 ,0 0 0

5 0 .0 0 0
135.000
2 0 0 .0 0 0
5 0 .0 0 0
2 5 .0 0 0
100,000

4 5 .0 0 0
1 0 ,930
4 3 ,7 2 5
1 2 ,5 0 0
6 ,2 5 0
2 5 .0 0 0

560 ,0 0 0

R e c e iv e r
a p p o in t e d .

1 43,405

150,000
5 0 ,0 0 0

3 3 ,7 5 0
1 1 ,2 5 0

200 ,0 0 0

405 ,0 0 0

O

WEST VIRGINIA.
J u ly
J u ly
A ug.
N ov.
J u ly

2 5 ,1908
3 1 ,1912
29,1914
2 3 ,1916
16,1917

T o ta l (a ll r e c e iv e r s h ip s , 5).
T o t a l (r e c e iv e r s h ip s c lo s e d , 2 )
WISCONSIN.
46
296
298
439
450
508

L a C rosse, F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ..........................
W e s t S u p e r io r , S u p e r io r N a t io n a l B a n k ___
S u p e r io r , K e y s t o n e N a t io n a l B a n k ...................
B e r lin , B e r lin N a t io n a l B a n k ..............................
L a d y s m i t h . F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k .......................
M in e r a l P o i n t , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k .................

A pr.
A ug.
A ug.
N ov.
June
O c t.

11,1876
6 ,1 8 9 5
15,1 8 9 5
17,1904
2 ,1 9 0 5
1 2 ,1909

J u ly
Feb.
A ug.
D ec.
M ar.
A ug.

2 0 ,1882
2 6 ,1 8 9 7
3 1 ,1 8 9 9
31,1911
1 3 ,1912
3 0 ,1 9 1 8

T o t a l ( a ll r e c e iv e r s h ip s c lo s e d , 6)
WYOMING.
167
243

C h e y e n n e , C h e y e n n e N a t io n a l B a n k
S u n d a n c e , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ..........
T o t a l ( a ll r e c e iv e r s h ip s c lo s e d , 2 )




D e c . 5 ,1891
O c t. 11,1893

M a y 31 ,1 8 9 9
O c t. 28 ,1 8 9 7

O ffs e ts .

C la im s
p roved .

C o lle c tio n s
fro m a s se ts
a n d a s se ss ­
m en t u pon
s to c k ­
h o ld e r s .

Loans
p a id .

D iv id e n d s
p a id .

L egal
exp en ses.

R e c e iv e r s ’
s a la r y
a n d o th e r
exp en ses.

494
524
549
580
585

i

T o ta l a s s e ts
a t fa ilu r e.

O rder o f faillire.

from assessments, and disposition o f collections, 1865 to Oct. 31, 1918, by States— Contd.

$62,048
54,886
418,160
137,055
139,796

$ 9 ,807
3 ,9 6 7
12,722
13,332
8 ,7 4 7

$57,749
5 2 ,4 8 8
350 ,0 9 0
91 ,6 6 6
152,513

$66,911
51,391
377,761
9 2 ,8 7 0
158,552

$4,316
758
23,837
6,791
1,043

$51,822
42,136
262,567
69,624
144,600

$743
3 ,0 9 4
3 0 ,392
526
1,198

$ 10,030
5 ,4 0 3
1 8 ,262
7,694
5 ,9 1 5

811,945

48,575

704,506

747,485

36,745

570,749

35,953

47,304

116,934

13,774

110,237

118,302

5 ,0 7 4

9 3 ,958

3 ,8 3 7

15,433

125,097
232,904
437,943
239,986
70,249
737,734

4 ,2 9 6
1,227
34,212
5,9 0 9
7,927
45,159

135,952
92 ,5 9 8
183,021
124,364
3 2 ,594
619,872

85,107
118,256
139,356
167,345
37,* 244
5 8 6,062

5,3 8 5
8,673
33,376
66,407
4,298
159,623

65,783
100,285
89,052
86, 766
24,567
353,327

5 ,0 6 0
2,7 8 3
4,127
4,394
2 ,9 3 7
40,478

8 ,8 7 9
6 ,5 1 5
12,801
9 ,7 7 8
5 ,4 4 2
3 1 ,0 4 8

1,8 4 3 ,9 1 3

9 8 ,730

1 ,1 8 8 ,4 0 1

1 ,1 3 3 ,3 7 0

277,762

719,780

59,779

74,463

460,744
107,677

11,819
580

281,903
48,602

254,519
45,926

55,348
8,504

175,801
25,468

8,8 9 9
5 ,6 5 0

14,471
6,3 0 4

568,421

12,399

330,505

300,445

63,852

201,269

14,549

20,775




46
296
298
439
450
508

167
243

T able N o . 32.— N ational banks restored to solvency after having been placed in charge
o f receivers.1
T it l e a n d lo c a t io n o f b a n k .

I ll
200
203
208
209
215
220
223
224
232
233
242
300
318
343
374
401
403
416
417
418
473
498
507
529
539
544
550
553
555
556
561
562
566
572
584

R e c e iv e r
a p p o in t e d .

A b in g t o n N a t io n a l B a n k . A b i n g t o n , M a s s .................................................................. A u g . 2 ,1 8 8 6
7,1891
163 F a r le y N a t io n a l B a n k , M o n tg o m e r y , A l a
.................................................................... O c t.
F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k , A r k a n s a s C it y ! K a n s .1 3
2 ............................................................. J u n e 15,1893
C it y N a t io n a l B a n k /B r o w n w o o d , 'I'ex.......................................................................... J u n e 2 0 ,1 8 9 3
C itiz e n s N a t io n a l B a n k . S p o k a n e F a lls , W a s h .2....................................................... J u ly
1 ,1893
F i r s t N a t io n a l B a n k , P n in p s b u r g , M o n t...................................................................... J u ly
8 ,1 8 9 3
B o z e m a n N a t io n a l B a n k , B o z e m a n , M o n t .................................................................. J u ly 2 2 ,1 8 9 3
M o n ta n a N a t io n a l B a n k / H e l e n a , M o n t..................................................................
A u g . 2 ,1 8 9 3
F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k , G r ea t F a lls , M o n t ....................................................................... A u g . 5 ,1 8 9 3
F i r s t N a t io n a l B a n k ! K a n k a k e e , 111................................................................................. ......... d o .................
F i r s t N a t io n a l B a n k ! O r la n d o , tfla .2................................................................................ A u g . 1 4,1893
C itiz e n s N a t io n a l B a n k , M u n c ie , I n d .............................................................................. ......... d o .................
F i r s t N a t io n a l B a n k , P o r t A n g e le s , W a s h .2................................................................ O c t.
5,1 8 9 3
S t a t e N a t io n a l B a n k , D e n v e r , C o lo ................................................................................. A u g . 2 4 ,1 8 9 5
A m e r ic a n N a t io n a l B a n k , D e n v e r , C o lo ........................................................................ J u ly 2 5 ,1 8 9 6
F i r s t N a t io n a l B a n k , S io u x C it y , I o w a . ...................................................................... J a n .
7 ,1 8 9 7
H a m p s h ir e C o u n ty N a t io n a l B a n k , N o r t h a m p t o n , M a s s .................................. M a y 2 3 ,1 8 9 8
S e v e n t h N a t io n a l B a n k , N e w Y o r k , N . Y .................................................................. J u n e 2 7,1901
F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k , A u s t in , T e x .................................................................................... A u g . 3 ,1 9 0 1
B o liv a r N a t io n a l B a n k , B o liv a r , P a ................................................................................ O c t.
1,1 9 0 3
F e d e r a l N a t io n a l B a n k , P i t t s b u r g h , P a ............................................................... ....
O c t. 2 1 ,1 9 0 3
F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k , A lle g h e n y , P a ......................................... ’..................................... O c t. 2 2 ,1 9 0 3
F i r s t N a t io n a l B a n k , B r o o k ly n , N . Y ............................................................................ O c t. 25,1 9 0 7
U n i o n N a t io n a l B a n t , S u m m e r v ille , P a ...................................................................... O c t. 1 6 ,1908
F i r s t N a t io n a l B a n k , B u r n s id e , K y ................................................................................. S e p t . 17,1909
F ir s t-S e c o n d N a t io n a l B ank^ P i t t s b u r g h , P a ............................................................. J u ly
7,1913
M ar ion N a t io n a l B a n k , M a r io n , K a n s ............................................................................ J a n . 1 2 ,1914
F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k , G a lla tin , T e n n ............................................................................... M ar. 2 5,1914
A m e r ic a n N a t io n a l B a n k , P e n s a c o la , F l a .................................................................... S e p t . 2 ,1 9 1 4
F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k , I s l ip , N . Y ....................................................................................... D e c . 3 0 ,1 9 1 4
F a r m e r s a n d M e r c h a n ts N a t io n a l B a n k , M o u n t M o rris, P a ............................. F e b . 4 ,1 9 1 5
U n io n N a t io n a l B a n k , P r o v id e n c e , K y ......................................................................... F e b . 1 2 ,1915
F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k , P e r r y , A r k ....................................................................................... M a y 1 7 ,1915
T h ir d N a t io n a l B a n k , F it z g e r a ld , G a .2.......................................................................... J u n e 3 ,1 9 1 5
W h a r to n N a t io n a l B a n k , W h a r to n , T e x ...................................................................... J u ly 2 9 ,1 9 1 5
F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k , C a ss e lto n , N . D a k ....................................................................... D e c .
6 ,1 9 1 5
F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k , D a y t o n a , F l a .................................................................................. A p r . 16 ,1 9 1 7
T o t a l (37 b a n k s ) ......................................................... .....................................................

C a p ita l
s to c k .

$ 1 5 0 ,0 0 0
100 ,0 0 0
1 2 5 .0 0 0
1 5 0 .0 0 0
1 5 0 .0 0 0
5 0 .0 0 0
5 0 .0 0 0
5 0 0 .0 0 0
2 5 0 .0 0 0
5 0 .0 0 0
1 5 0 .0 0 0
2 0 0 .0 0 0
5 0 .0 0 0
3 0 0 .0 0 0
5 0 0 .0 0 0
1 0 0 .0 0 0
2 5 0 .0 0 0
5 0 0 .0 0 0
1 0 0 .0 0 0
3 0 .0 0 0
2 ,0 0 0 ,0 0 0
3 5 0 .0 0 0
3 0 0 .0 0 0
5 0 .0 0 0
2 5 .0 0 0
3 ,4 0 0 ,0 0 0
2 5 .0 0 0
5 0 .0 0 0
3 0 0 ,0 0 0
2 5 .0 0 0
2 5 .0 0 0
2 5 .0 0 0
2 5 ,0 0 0
5 0 .0 0 0
3 0 .0 0 0
5 0 .0 0 0
5 0 .0 0 0
1 0 ,5 3 5 ,0 0 0

N ational banks which fa iled subsequent to restoration to solvency.
271
291
304
386
575

C itiz e n s N a t io n a l B a n k , S p o k a n e F a lls , W a s h .2....................................................... D e c .
F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k , P o r t A n g e le s , W a s h .2................................................................ A p r .
F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k , O r la n d o , F l a .2................................................................................ N o v .
F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k , A r k a n s a s C it y , K a n s .2............................................................. O c t.
B e n H i ll N a t io n a l B a n k , F it z g e r a ld , G a .2 3 ................................................................ M ar.
T o ta l (5 b a n k s ) .................................................................................................................

13,1894
2 6 ,1895
29,1 8 9 5
19,1899
6 ,1 9 1 6

150 .0 0 0
5 0 .0 0 0
8 5 .0 0 0
100 .0 0 0
5 0 .0 0 0
4 3 5,000

1 B a n k s w h i c h clo se d a n d r e s u m e d b u s in e s s d u r in g t h e s e v e r a l r e p o r t y e a r s p r io r t o 1914 n o t in c lu d e d .
2 S e c o n d fa ilu r e .
3 F o r m e r ly “ T h ir d N a t io n a l B a n k .”




D iv id e n d s p a id d u r in g t h e y e a r .
L o c a tio n a n d n a m e of b a n k .

D a te of
a p p o in t m e n t
of r e c e iv e r .

A m e r ic u s , G a ., A m e r ic u s N a t io n a l B a n k .

F eb.

3 ,1 9 1 4

A s p in w a ll, P a ., F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k .

S e p t.

7 ,1 9 1 6

B a m e s v il le , M in n .,B a r n e s v ille N a t io n a l
Bank.
B illin g s , M o n t., F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ___
B o w lin g G r een , O h io , F ir s t N a t io n a l
B ank.

Jan.

14,1914

J u ly
Jan.

2 ,1 9 1 0
5 ,1917

B r is to l, S . D a k ., F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k .........
C e n tr a lia , W a s h ., U n it e d S ta te s N a t io n a l
B ank.
C isco, T e x ., M e r c h a n ts & F a r m e r s N a ­
t io n a l B a n k .

N o v . 17,1915
S e p t. 21 ,1 9 1 4

C larion, P a ., S e c o n d N a t io n a l B a n k ..........

J u n e 21,1912

C lark fie ld , M in n ., F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k . . .

S e p t. 2 5 ,1917

N o v . 12,1915

C orn in g, I o w a , F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k . .
E liz a b e th , P a ., F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k .

J u n e 22,1914
D e c . 1 9 ,1913

F a y e t te v ille , N . C ., F o u r th N a tio n a l
B ank.
F itz g e r a ld , G a ., B e n H i ll N a t io n a l B a n k ..

F e b . 14,1916

F o r t S m ith , A r k ., A m e r ic a n N a t io n a l
B ank.
G r a n d J u n c tio n , C o lo ., M e sa C o u n ty N a ­
t io n a l B a n k .
J a c k s o n v ille , F la ., H e a r d N a t io n a l B a n k .

M ar.

A pr.

1 ,1916

10.1917
23.1918
1,1918
31.1918
1 .1917
22.1917
18.1918
23.1918
20.1918
11.1918
9 .1 9 1 8

i $337.06
i 7.63
14,538.09
16,301.59
i 60.19
10,816.63
i 26. 25
i 16.35
i 1.74
6.761.89
1,137.07

Jan.
N ov.
Jan.
M ar.
M ay
M ay
June
M ay

29,1918
7 ,1917
12,1918
13,1918
14,1918
15,1918
3 ,1 9 1 8
9 ,1918

92,496. 67
i 6,302. 22
i 3,280. 56
i 8,339. 57
69,495.98
i 12,727.13
14,360. 78
i 22,217.90

9 .1918
14.1918
11.1918
21.1918
19.1918
2 0 .1917
2 .1918
25.1918
16.1918
4.1 9 1 8
13.1918
17.1918
13.1918
13.1918
18.1918
2 6.1918
26.1918
19.1917
13.1918
21.1918
14.1918
3 .1918
18.1918
29.1918
July 26.1918
A u g . 14.1918
A p r . 1,1916

i 109. 74
7,210. 73
3.605.89
1 5.99
1 9. 86
44,116. 01
i 2,245. 06
i 589. 84
i 692. 88
i 71.10
15,904.29
i 2,463.26
i 3,217. 90
i 1,338.10
i 214. 80
17,712. 79
8,268.44
i .75
24,145.44
17,489. 05
34,297. 72
7,095. 45
i 167. 36
7,128. 93
i 260. 57
7,571.01
24,817.18

Jan.
Jan.
June
M ar.
June
D ec.
Jan.
Feb.
M ar.
M ay
M ay
J u iie
A ug.
S e p t.
O ct.
O ct.
O c t.
N ov.
M ar.
M ar.
A ug.
Jan.
A pr.
A pr.

D ec.

Jan.

N o v . 21.1917
Dec. 15.1917
D e c . 21.1917
9.1 9 1 8
Jan.
F e b . 23.1918
M ar. 1 .1918
A p r . 26.1918
2.1918
M ay
J u n e 3 .1 9 1 8
A u g . 1.1918
S e p t. 10,1918
N o v . 19.1917
O c t. 21.1918
M ar. 3 0 .1918
D e c . 22.1917
July 13.1918
A p r . 22.1918
A p r . 23.1918

A pr.

17,1917

17,1914
19,1913
16,1916
17,1915
9 ,1 9 1 4

A m o u n t.

D ec.
Feb.
M ar.
O ct.
D ec.
D ec.
Feb.
A pr.
M ay
June
A ug.

N o v . 29,1913

J o h n s to n C it y , 111., F i r s t N a t io n a l B a n k . A u g .
L a F a y e t t e , G a ., F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k . . . J u ly
L e m a s te r s , P a ., L e m a s te r s N a t io n a l B a n k D e c .
L it t l e R o c k , A r k ., S t a t e N a t io n a l B a n k . . F e b .
L o n d o n , K y ., F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ............

6 ,1 9 1 6

D a te .

15,1917

Per
ce n t.

5 .0 0
5 .5 0

4 0 .0 0
4 5 .5 0

10.00

7 5 .0 0

6 .2 5
5 .0 0

8 1 .2 5
5 .0 0

5 .0 0

7 0 .0 0

1 0 .0 0

6 0 .0 0

5 .0 0

5 5 .0 0
5 0 .0 0

1 0 .0 0
5 .0 0

9 0 .0 0
9 5 .0 0

3 0 .0 0

7 7 .0 0
3 0 .0 0

10. 00

4 0 .0 0

10.0 0
3 .5 0

5 0 .0 0
6 6 .5 0

5 .5 0
5 .0 0
10. 00
15. 00

6 0 .5 0
6 5 .0 0
7 5 .0 0
7 5 .0 0
9 0 .0 0

15. 00
16. 00
5 .0 0

i 17.36
i 453. 24
1 3,259.17
254,214. 61
i 1,233. 27
i 1,374. 39
254,691.63
i 529. 82
i 370. 89
i 1,424.12
i 131. 58
i 5,064. 90
1,780. 68
4,198. 65
1,896. SO
174,511.10
i 208. 20
i 51. 56
12,586. 69

T o ta l
d iv id e n d s
p a id t o
c r e d ito r s
(p e r c e n t).

2

106. 00
6 0 .0 0
4 5 .0 0

1 0 .0 0

5 5 .0 0

1 0 .0 0

65. 00

1 .0 0
3. 50
1. 26
20. 00
5 .0 0

8 101.
90.
4 101.
100.

8 2 .5 0

1 R e p r e s e n ts p a y m e n t s m a d e d u r in g th e y e a r o n a d d it io n a l c la im s o n d iv id e n d s p r e v io u s ly d e c la r e d .
3 I n c lu d e s p r in c ip a l a n d 58.73 p e r c e n t o f in te r e s t d u e .
3 I n c lu d e s p r in c ip a l a n d 20.68 p e r c e n t o f in t e r e s t d u e .
* I n c lu d e s in te r e s t in fu ll.




00
50
26
00

T

N o . 33.— Dividends, 45 in number, paid to creditors o f 30 insolvent national banks
during the past year, with the total dividends in each case u p to Nov. 1,1918—Continued.

a ble

D iv id e n d s p a id d u r in g t h e y e a r .
L o c a tio n a n d n a m e of b a n k .

D a t e of
ip p o in t m e n t
o f r e c e iv e r .

L o w e ll, M a ss., T r a d e r s N a t io n a l B a n k . . .

O c t.

2 0 ,1913

M in e ra l P o i n t , W is ., F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k

O c t.

12,1909

M on roe , L a ., U n io n N a t io n a l B a n k ............
N e w R ic h m o n d , O h io , F ir s t N a t io n a l
Bank.

J u n e 2 4 ,1 9 1 5
N o v . 30 ,1 9 1 7

P e n s a c o la , F l a ., F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ----P i n e v ill e , W . V a ., C itiz e n s N a t io n a l
Bank.

J a n . 2 2 ,1 9 1 4
J u ly 16,1917

P r o v id e n c e , R . I ., A t la n t ic N a t io n a l
Bank.
P u e b lo , C olo., M e r c a n tile N a t io n a l B a n k .

A p r . 16,1913
M ar. 30,1 9 1 5

S a in t C lo u d , F l a ., F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k . .

Jan.

2 ,1 9 1 8

S e a ttle , W a s h ., M e r c h a n ts N a t io n a l B a n k
S u p e r io r , N e b r ., F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ___

J u n e 19,1895
J a n . 12,1914

S u t t o n , N e b r ., F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ..........
T o c c o a , G a ., F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k ...............
U n io n t o w n , P a ., F ir s t N a t io n a l B a n k . . .

N o v . 5 ,1913
N o v . 22,1915
J a n . 19,1915

W illia m s t o w n , W . V a ., W illia m s t o w n
N a t io n a l B a n k .

N o v . 23 ,1 9 1 6

Y a t e s C en ter, K a n s ., Y a t e s C en ter N a ­
t io n a l B a n k .
T o t a l..................................................................

D ec.

5 ,1 9 1 3

D a te.

D ec.
A pr.
O c t.
A pr.
A ug.
Jan.
D ec.
D ec.
O c t.
O c t.
N ov.
Jan.
A pr.
M ay
J u ly
J u ly
A ug.
A ug.
N ov.
Jan.
A pr.
M ay
A ug.
S e p t.
M ar.
M ar.
M ay
A ug.
O c t.
June
A pr.
A ug.
D ec.
D ec.
A pr.
June

5 ,1917
4 ,1 9 1 8
14,1 9 1 8
2 6 ,1 9 1 8
2 8 ,1 9 1 8
26,1 9 1 8
12,1917
17,1917
2 6 ,1 9 1 8
2 9 ,1 9 1 8
3 0 ,1917
1 5 ,1918
8 ,1 9 1 8
8 ,1 9 1 8
12,1918
19,1918
21 ,1 9 1 8
2 9 ,1918
26,1917
4 ,1 9 1 8
1 8 ,1918
3 1 ,1 9 1 8
1 3 ,1918
12,1918
9 ,1 9 1 8
9 ,1 9 1 8
1 8 ,1918
6 ,1 9 1 8
26 ,1 9 1 8
2 4 ,1918
13,1918
10,1918
7 ,1917
14,1917
26,1 9 1 8
24,1 9 1 8

A m o u n t.

i S I, 2 6 7 .9 3
1 1 ,7 9 7 .4 5
i 2 ,4 8 7 .7 5
i 4 ,2 3 5 .5 7
3 0 ,9 9 3 .6 2
i 3 .7 1
11,246. 47
i 3 ,0 3 7 . 62
5 ,2 8 8 . 71
i 16. 77
7 2 ,4 0 2 . 66
i 1,5 3 2 . 67
i 2 ,1 6 0 . 86
3 8 ,0 4 7 . 58
i 9 6 .9 3
3 0 ,4 4 1 .9 0
i 18. 62
i 15. 69
i 63. 49
70,7 4 8 . 03
4 6 ,9 8 9 . 48
i 4 ,1 1 2 .1 4
i 3 3 2 .9 2
18,178. 63
40,1 3 4 . 86
i 3 ,6 9 6 .9 6
i 1 ,550. 00
i 193. 50
10,156. 88
16,794. 86
359,091. 46
408,732. 84
i 19. 05
22,8 4 0 . 33
23,0 6 8 . 78
2 7,104. 78

Per
c e n t.

T o ta l
d iv id e n d s
p a id t o
c r e d ito r s
(p e r c e n t).

9 0 .0 0
5 .0 0
1 0 .0 0
4. 50

5 7 .0 0
1 0 0 .0 0
6 0 .0 0

5 0 .0 0

64. 50
7 5 .0 0
5 0 .0 0

2 5 .0 0

7 5 .0 0

2 0 .0 0

9 5 .0 0

5 .0 0
1 5 .0 0

7 5 .0 0
1 5 .0 0

5 .0 0
2 5 .0 0

2 0 .0 0
7 7 .0 0

4. 50
72. 25
30. 00
2 0 .0 0

3 1 .0 0
14. 50
2 107. 25
8 0 .0 0
100. 00

2 5 .0 0
2 5 .0 0
14. 50

5 0 .0 0
7 5 .0 0
64. 50

7 4 .5 0

2 ,4 8 6 ,8 7 5 . 60

1 R e p r e s e n t s p a y m e n t s m a d e d u r in g t h e y e a r o n a d d it io n a l c la im s o n d iv id e n d s p r e v io u s ly d e c la r e d .
I n c lu d e s p r in c ip a l a n d 48.13 p er c e n t o f in te r e s t d u e .

2




T able N o . 34.— Dates o f reports o f condition o f national banks fro m 1869 to 1918.i
Y ear.

1 8 6 9 1.................................................
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....................................................
1914 ...............................................
1915....................................................
1916....................................................
1917....................................................
1918....................................................

Jan.

Feb.

4
22

M ar.

A pr.

17
24
18
27
28
27

29
19
25
1
1
12

1
10
14

20

1

15
1

4
23

21
11
11
13
7
10
1
4
14
26
28
26

6
19.
1
24

5
28
9

28
14

22
11
29
26

7

12
18
9
12
12
18
11
14
23
14

6
5
20
7
5
30
15
9
6

18

4
15

14
4
30
23
30
20
29

7

1
1
1
10

3
23
1
1
1
4

23
30

4

25
17
10
9
12

22

18
4

5
4

3
2
28

25

29
20
14

7

4
7

2

15
16

28

20
4

30
25
30

9
9

29

31

1
7
5
4

27
1

27
16
10
5
26

21

9
12
2
12
11
31

D ec.

28
16
27
26
31
17
22
28
6
12
31
31
30
31
20
24
28
7
12
11
19
2
9
19
19
13
17
15
1
2
13
10

30
1

30
29

6
22
14
5

1

30

5
26
24
30
9

N ov.

2
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
3
2

22
20

13
17
4
17
4
4
7
7
14
5

O c t.

12

13

28

S e p t.

9
8
2
3

3
30

18
4
13
5
25
6

12
9
10
10
13
26
30
30
22
29
14
11
30

6

1
6

13

M a y . J u n e . J u ly . A u g .

31
10
17
20
1

31
31
27
31
31

i P rio r t o t h e p a ss a g e o f t h e a c t o f M ar. 3 , 1869, r e p o r ts w e r e m a d e q u a r te r ly — fir st M o n d a y o f J a n u a r y .
A p r il, J u n e , a n d O c to b e r.




o . 35.— Number, capital stock paid in, circulation outstanding, and aggregate
assets o f national banks at date o f each report fro m Oct., 1863, to A u g . 31, 1918, together
with the total amount o f money in the United States on June 30, 1863 to 1918, and the
percentage o f national-bank circulation to capital, to assets, and to money in the country.

T able N

[Amounts in millions of dollars.]
Percentage of circulation to—
Num­
ber of
banks.

Paid-in
capital.

...........

66

7.1

............

139
307
467
508

14.7
42.2
75.2
86.7

638
907
1,294
1,513

135.6
215.3
325.8
393.1

July 2..........................
Oct. 1 ........................

1,582
l'612
1,634
1,644

1867.
Jan. 4..........................
Apr. 1.........................
July 1..........................
Oct. 7..........................

Date.

1863.

Circula­
tion.

Aggregate
assets.

Money
in
United
States.

Capital.

Assets.

Money
in United
States.

16.7

674.8

37.6
114.8
252.2
297.1

705.5

23.0
34.4
52.1

8.5
10.2
15.2

3.7

66.7
98.8
131.4
171.0

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

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

734.3

52.8
60.8
64.6
67.4

15.2
17.2
18.2
18.3

35.5

1,648
lj 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

1868.
Jan. 6 ........................
Apr. 6.........................
July 6..........................
Oct. 5..........................

1,642
1,643
1,640
1,643

420.2
420.6
420.1
420.6

294.3
295.3
294.9
297.7

1,502.6
1,499.6
1,572.1
1,559.6

716.5

70.4
70.2
70.2
70.3

19.6
19.7
18.8
18.9

41. i

1869.
Jan. 4 ..........................
Apr. 17........................
June 12.......................
Oct. 9..........................

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

1870.
Jan. 22................... ....
Mar. 24.......................
June 9 .........................
Oct. 8 ........................
Dec. 28........................

1, 615
1,615
1,612
1,615
1,648

426. 0
427.5
427.2
430.3
435.3

292.8
292.5
291.1
291.7
298.2

1,546.2
1,529.1
1,565.7
1,510.7
1,538.0

722.8

68.7
68.4
68.1
67.8
68.0

18.9
19.1
18.6
19.3
19.2

40.3

1871.
Mar. 18 ....................
Apr. 29.......................
June 10.......................
Oct. 2..........................
Dec. 16........................

1,688
1,707
1,723
1,767
1,790

444.2
446.9
450.3
458.2
460.2

301.7
306.1
307.7
315.5
318.2

1,627.0
1,694.4
1,703.4
1,730.5
1,715.8

741.8

67.9
68.5
68.3
68.8
69.1

18.5
18.1
18.1
18.2
18.5

41.5

1872.
Feb. 27 ......................
Apr. 19........................
June 10........................
Oct. 3..........................
Dec. 27........................

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

1873.
Feb. 28........................
Apr. 25........................
June 13........................
Sept. 12.......................
Dec. 26........................

1,947
1,962
1,968
1,976
1,976

484.5
487.8
490.1
491.0
490.2

335.2
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

69.2
69.3
69.1
69.0
69.6

18.3
18.8
18.3
18.5
19.7

43.7

1874.
Feb. 27........................
May 1..........................
June 26........................
Oct. 2..........................
Dec. 31.........................


1,975
1,978
1,983
2,004
2,027

490.8
490.0
491.0
493.7
495.8

339.6
340.2
338.5
333. 2
331.1

1,808.5
1,867.8
1,851.8
1,877.1
1,902.4

806.0

69.2
69.4
68.9
67.5
66.8

18.7
18.2
18.2
42.0
17.7
17.4 1................

O 5
r.t.
•Tan. 4 .

1864.

July 4 . . .......................
Oct. 3 ..........................
1865.
July 3..........................
Oct 2
.................
1866.
Jan. 1 ........................



1.03
9.7
25.8
45.2

Percentage of circulation to—
Num­
ber of
banks.

Paid-in
capital.

Circula­
tion.

Aggregate
assets.

Money
in
United
States.

1875.
Mar. 1............
May 1............
June 30..........
Oct. 1............
Dec. 17..........

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

1876.
Mar. 10..........
May 12...........
June 30..........
Oct. 2............
Dec. 22..........

2,09.1
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

1877.
Jan. 20..........
Apr. 14..........
June 22.........
Oct. 1............
Dec. 28..........

2,083
2,073
2,078
2,080
2,074

493.6
489.6
481.0
479.4
477.1

Dec. 6............

2,063
2,059
2,056
2,053
2,055

1879.
Jan.1 ............
Apr. 4...........
June 14.........
Oct. 2............
Dec. 12..........

Date.

Capital.

Assets.

Money
in United
States.

798.2

65.4
64.8
63.4
63.0
62.3

17.3
16.9
16.6
16.9
17.3

39.8

1,834.3
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
16.9
16.3

37.2

292.8
294t 7
290.0
291.8
299.2

1,818,1
1,796.1
1,774.3
1,74<1.0
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

473.9
471.9
470.3
466.1
464.8

300.9
301.8
299.6
301.8
303.3

1,729.4
1,741.8
1,750-4
1,767.2
1,742.8

789.7

63.5
63.9
63.7
64.7
65.2

17.4
17.3
17.1 .........37.9
17.1
17.4

2,051
2,048
2,048
2,018
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
318.0
317-3
317.4

2,038.0
1,974.6
2,035.4
2,105.7
2,241.6

1,185.5

70.5
703
69.7
69.3
69.2

15.7
16.2
15.6
15.1
14.1

26.8

458.2
459-0
460.2
463.8
465.8

298.5
309.7
3122
320.2
325.0

2,140.1
2,270.2
2,325.8
2,358.3
2,381.8

1,349.5

65.1
67.5
67.8
69.0
69.8

13.9
13.6
13.4
13.6
13.6

23.1

Dec. 31..........

2,094
2,102
2,115
2,132
2,164

1882.
Mar. 11...........
May 19............
July 1............ .
Oct. 3..............
Dec. 30.......... .

2,187
2,224
2,239
2,269
2,308

469.3
473.8
477.1
483.1
484.8

323.6
315.6
308.9
314.7
315.2

2,309.0
2,277.9
2,344.3
2,399.8
2,360.7

1,409.3

68.9
66.6
64.7
65.1
65.0

14.0
13.9
13.1
13.1
13.3

21.3

1883.
Mar. 13..........
May 1_ ___
_
June 22.........
Oct. 2............
Dec. 31..........

2,343
2,375
2,417
2,501
2,529

490.4
493.9
500.2
509.6
511.8

312.7
313.5
311.9
310.5
304.9

2,298.9
2,360.1
2,364.8
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

21.2

1884.
Mar. 7 ...........
Apr. 24..........
June 20.........
Sept. 30.........
Dec. 20..........

2,563
2,589
2,625
2,664
2,664

515.7
518.4
522.5
524.2
524.0

298. 7
297.5
295.1
289.7
280.1

2,390.5
2,396.8
2,282.5
2,279.4
2,297.1

1,487.2

57.9
57.4
56.5
55.3
53.4

12.4
12.4
12.9
12.7
12.2

19.8

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

l, 537.4

52.3
52.1
51.1
50.9
50-5

11.8
11.7
11.1
11.0
10.9

17.5

1878.
Mar. 15..........
May 1............
June 29..........
O c t. 1 ................

1880.

Feb. 21..........
Apr. 23..........
June 11___
Oct. 1............
Dec. 31..........
1881.
Mar. 11..........
May 6............
June 30.........
O c t. 1 ................

1885.
Mar. 10..........
May 6............
July 1............
Oct. 1............

Digitized for e c . 24..............
D FRASER


T a b l e N o . 3 5 .— Number , capital stock paid m , circulation outstanding, and aggregate
assets o f national banks, etc.— C o n tin u e d .
[ A m o u n t s i n m illio n s o f d o lla r s.]
P e r c e n ta g e o f c ir c u la t io n t o —
Mu m ­
b er of
b a n k s.

P a id -in
c a p it a l.

1886.
M ar. 1 .................................
J u n e 3 .................................
A u g . 2 7 ..............................
O c t. 7 ..................................
D e c . 2 8 ................................

2 ,7 6 8
2 ,8 0 9
2 ,8 4 9
2 ,8 5 2
2 ,8 7 5

5 3 3 .3
5 3 9 .1
5 4 5 .5
5 4 8 .2
5 5 0 .6

2 0 2 .0

2 ,4 9 4 .3
2 ,4 7 4 .5
2 ,4 5 3 -6
2 ,5 1 3 .8
2 ,5 0 7 .7

1887.
M ar. 4 .................................
M a y 13................................
A u g . 1 .................................
O c t. 5 ..................................
D e c . 7 .................................

2 ,9 0 9
2 ,9 5 5
3 ,0 1 4
3 ,0 4 9
3 ,0 7 0

5 5 5 .3
5 6 5 .6
5 7 1 .6
5 7 8 .4
5 8 0 .7

1 8 6 .2
17 6 .7
1 6 6 .6
1 6 7 .2
1 6 4 .9

2 ,5 8 1 .1
2 ,6 2 9 .3
2 ,6 3 7 .2
2 ,6 2 0 .1
2 ,6 2 4 .1

1888.
F e b . 14...............................
A p r . 3 0 ...............................
J u n e 3 0 ...............................
O c t. 4 ..................................
D e c . 1 2 ...............................

3 ,0 7 7
3 ,0 9 8
3 ,1 2 0
3 ,1 4 0
3 ,1 5 0

5 8 2 .1
5 8 5 .4
5 8 8 .3
5 9 2 .6
5 9 3 .8

15 9 .7
1 5 8 .8
15 5 .3
151 .7
14 3 .5

1889.
F e b . 2 6 ...............................
M a y 13................................
J u ly 12................................
S e p t. 3 0 .............................
D e c . 11................................

3 ,1 7 0
3 ,2 0 6
3 ,2 3 9
3 ,2 9 0
3 ,3 2 6

5 9 6 .5
5 9 9 .4
6 0 5 .8
6 1 2 .5
6 1 7 .8

1890.
F e b . 2 8 ...............................
M a y 17................................
J u ly 18................................
O c t. 2 ..................................
D e c . 19................................

3 ,3 8 3
3 ,4 3 8
3 ,4 8 4
3 ,5 4 0
3 ,5 7 3

1891.
F e b . 2 6 ...............................
M a y 4 ..................................
J u ly 9 ..................................
S e p t. 2 5 ..............................
D e c . 2 .................................

D a te .

C irc u la ­
t io n .

A g g r e g a te
a s s e ts .

M on ey
in
U n it e d
S ta te s .

M oney
in U n ite d
S ta tes.

C a p ita l.

A s s e ts .

4 8 .2
4 5 .4
4 3 .6
4 1 .7
3 6 .6

1 0 .3
9 .9
9 .7
9 .1
8 .1

1 ,6 3 3 .4

3 3 .5
3 1 .2
2 9 .1
2 8 .9
2 8 .4

7 .2
6 .6
6 .3
6 .4
6 .3

1 0 .2

2 ,6 6 4 .3
2 ,7 3 2 .4
2 ,7 3 1 .4
2 ,8 1 5 .7
2 ,7 7 7 .5

1 ,6 9 1 .4

2 7 .4
2 7 .1
2 6 .4
2 5 .6
2 4 .1

6 .0
5 .8
5 .7
5 .4
5 .2

9 .2

1 3 7 .2
131.1
1 2 8 .8
1 2 8 .4
1 2 6 .0

2 ,8 3 7 .4
2 ,9 0 4 .9
2 ,9 3 7 .9
2 ,9 9 8 .2
2 ,9 3 3 .6

1 ,6 5 8 .6

2 3 .0
2 1 .9
2 1 .2
2 0 .9
2 0 .4

4 .8
4 .5
4 .4
4 .3
4 .3

7 .8

6 2 6 .5
6 3 5 .0
6 4 2 .0
6 5 0 .4
6 5 7 .8

1 2 3 .8
125 .7
126 .3
1 2 2 .9
1 2 3 .0

3 ,0 0 3 .3
3 ,0 1 0 .2
3 ,0 6 1 .7
3 ,1 4 1 .4
3 ,0 4 6 .9

1 ,6 8 5 .1

1 9 .7
1 9 .8
1 9 .7
1 8 .9
1 8 .7

4 .1
4 .1
4 .1
3 .9
4 .0

7 .5

3,601
3,633
3 ,6 5 2
3 ,6 7 7
3 ,6 9 2

6 6 2 .5
6 6 7 .7
6 7 2 .9
6 7 7 .4
6 7 7 .3

123.1
123 .4
123 .9
131.3
134 .7

3 ,0 6 5 .0
3 ,1 6 7 .4
3 ,1 1 3 .4
3 ,2 1 3 .0
3 ,2 3 7 .8

1 ,6 7 7 .7

1 8 .6
1 8 .5
1 8 .4
1 9 .4
1 9 .9

4 .0
3 .9
4 .0
4 .1
4 .2

7 .3

1892.
M ar. 1 .................................
M a y 17................................
J u ly 12................................
S e p t. 3 0 ..............................
D e c . 9 ..................................

3,711
3 ,7 3 4
3 ,7 5 9
3 ,7 7 3 .
3 ,7 8 4

6 7 9 .9
6 8 2 .2
6 8 4 .6
6 8 6 .5
6 8 9 .6

137 .6
1 4 0 .0
1 4 1 .0
1 4 3 .4
1 4 5 .6

3 ,4 3 6 .6
3 ,4 7 9 .0
' 3 ,4 9 3 .7
3 ,5 1 0 .0
3 ,4 8 0 .3

1 ,7 5 2 .2

2 0 .2
2 0 .5
2 0 .6
2 0 .9
2 1 .1

4 .0
4 .0
4 .6
4 .1
4 .2

8 .1

1893.
M ar. 6 .................................
M a y 4 ..................................
J u ly 12................................
O c t. 3 .........................
D e c . 19................................

3 ,8 0 6
3 ,8 3 0
3 ,8 0 7
3,7 8 1
3 ,7 8 7

6 8 8 .6
6 8 8 .7
6 8 5 .7
6 7 8 .5
6 8 1 .8

149-1
151 .6
155 .0
182 .9
1 7 9 .9

3 ,4 5 9 .7
3 ,4 3 2 .1
3 ,2 1 3 .2
3 ,1 0 9 .5
3 ,2 4 2 .3

1 ,7 3 8 .8

2 1 .6
2 2 .0
2 2 .6
2 7 .0
2 6 .4

4 .3
4 .4
4 .8
5 .8
5 .5

8 .9

1894.
F e b . 2 8 ...............................
M a y 4 ..................................
J u ly 18................................
O c t. 2 ..................................
D e c . 19................................

3 ,7 7 7
3 ,7 7 4
3 ,7 7 0
3 ,7 5 5
3 ,7 3 7

6 7 8 .5
6 7 5 .8
6 7 1 .0
6 6 8 .8
6 6 6 .2

1 7 4 .4
172.6
1 7 1 .7
172.3
169 .3

3 ,3 2 4 .7
3 ,4 3 3 .3
3 ,4 2 2 .0
3 ,4 7 3 .9
3 ,4 2 3 .4

1 ,8 0 5 .0

2 5 .5
2 5 .5
2 5 .6
2 5 .7
2 5 .4

5 .2
5 .0
5 .0
4 .9
4 .9

9 .5

1895.
M ar . 5 .................................
M a y 7..........................
J u ly 11................................
S e p t. 2 8 .............................
D e c . 13................................

3 ,7 2 8
3,711
3 ,7 1 5
3 ,7 1 2
3 ,7 0 6

6 6 2 .1
6 5 9 .1
6 5 8 .2
6 5 7 .1
6 5 6 .9

1 6 9 .7
1 7 5 .6
1 7 8 .8
1 8 2 .4
185.1

3 ,3 7 8 .5
3 ,4 1 0 .0
3 ,4 7 0 .5
3 ,4 2 3 .6
3 ,4 2 3 .5

1 ,8 1 9 .3

2 5 .6
2 6 .6
2 7 .2
2 7 .7
2 8 .2

5 .0
5 .1
5 .1
5.3;
5 .4

9 .8

3 ,6 9 9
3 ,6 9 4
3 ,6 8 9
3 ,6 7 6
3,6 6 1

6 5 3 .9
6 5 2 .0
651 .1
6 4 8 .5

1 8 7 .2
197.3
1 9 9 .2
2 0 9 .9

1 ,7 9 9 .9

210.6

2 8 .6
3 0 .2
3 0 .6
3 2 .3
3 2 .5

5 .5
5 .8
5 .9
6 .4
6 .2

1 1 .0

647.1

3 ,3 4 7 .8
3 ,3 7 7 .6
3 ,3 5 3 .7
3 ,3 6 3 .6
3 ,3 6 7 .1

1896.
F e b . 2 8 ...............................
M a y 7 ..................................
J u ly 14................................
O c t. 6..........................


Dec. 17........................


256 9
2 4 4 .8
2 3 8 .2
2 2 8 .6

1 ,5 6 1 .4

1 5 .7

P e r c e n ta g e o f cir e u l
N um ­
b er o f
bank s.

P a id -in
c a p ita l.

3 ,6 3 4
3 ,6 1 4
3 ,6 1 0
3 ,6 1 0
3 ,6 0 7

6 4 2 .4
6 3 7 .0
632.1
6 3 1 .4
6 2 9 .6

2 0 2 .6
1 9 8 .2
1 9 6 .5
1 9 8 .9
193. 7

3 ,4 4 6 .0
3 ,4 9 2 .4
3 ,5 6 3 .4
3 ,7 0 5 .1
3 ,8 2 9 .2

3,504
3,5 8 6
3 ,5 8 2
3,5 8 5
3 ,5 9 0

6 2 8 .8
6 2 4 .4
6 2 2 .0
6 2 1 .5
6 2 0 .5

184.1
188 .4
18 9 .8
194. 4
2 0 7 .0

3,5 7 9
3,583
3,583
3,5 9 5
3,6 0 2

608 .3
6 0 7 .2
6 0 4 .8
605. 7
6 0 6 .7

F e b . 13.,
A p r . 2 6 ..
J u n e 23..
S e p t. 5 . .
D e c . 1 3 ..

3 ,604
3,631
3 ,7 3 2
3,871
3,9 4 2

1901.
F e b . 5 ..
A p r . 21 ..
J u ly 1 5 . .
S e p t . 3 0.
D e c . 10 ..
1902.
F e b . 25..
A pr,. 3 0 ...
J u ly 1 6 ..
S e p t . 15.
N o v . 2 5 .,

Date.

C irc u la ­
t io n .

A g g r e g a te
a s s e ts .

M on ey
in
U n it e d
S ta te s .

C a p ita l.

A s s e ts .

Moneyin United
States.

1,9 0 5 . 9

3 1 .5
31 .1
3 1 .1
3 1 .5
3 0 .7

5 .9
' 5 .7
5 .5
5 .4
5 .1

1 0 .3

3 ,9 4 6 .9
3 ,8 6 9 .9
3 ,9 7 7 .6
4 ,0 0 3 .5
4 ,3 1 3 .3

2 ,0 7 3 .5

2 9 .3
3 0 .2
3 0 .5
3 1 .3
3 3 .4

4 ,8
4 .9
4 .8
4 .9
4 .8

9 .2

2 0 3 .6
2 0 3 .8
199.3
200 .3
204. 9

4 ,4 0 3 .8
4 ,6 3 9 .1
4,708. 8
4 ,6 5 0 .3
4 ,4 7 5 .3

2 ,1 9 0 .0

3 3 .4
3 3 .6
3 2 .9
33 .1
3 3 .8

4 .4
4 .6
4 .2
4 .3
4 .5

9 .1

6 1 3 .0
6 1 7 .0
6 2 1 .5
6 3 0 .2
63 2 .3

2 0 4 .9
2 3 6 .2
265 .3
2 8 3 .9
2 0 8 .9

4 ,6 7 4 .9
4 ,8 1 1 .9
4 ,9 4 4 .1
5 ,0 4 8 .1
5 ,1 4 2 .0

2 ,3 3 9 . 7

33.4
3 8 .3
4 2 .7
4 5 .0
4 7 .3

4 .4
4 .9
5 .4
5 .6
5 .8

1 1 .3

3 ,999
4,064
4,165
4,221
4,201

6 3 4 .6
640 .7
6 4 5 .7
65 5 .3
665.3

3 0 9 .4
3 1 7 .2
3 1 9 .0
3 2 3 .8
3 1 9 .4

5,435. 9
5 ,6 : 0 .7
5 ,6 7 5 .9
5', 695. 3
5,7 2 2 . 7

2 ,4 8 3 .1

4 8 .7
4 9 .5
49. 4
4 9 .4
4 8 .0

5 .7
5 .6
5 .6
5 .7
5 .6

12.8

4,357
4,423
4,535
4,601
4,666

667.3
671.1
701 .9
705. 5
7 1 4 .6

314, 4
3 0 9 .7
309 .3
317. 9
3 3 6 .5

5 ,8 4 3 .0
5 ,9 6 2 .1
6 ,0 0 8 .7
6 ,1 1 3 .9
6 ,1 0 4 .0

2, 563. 2

47.1
46.1
4 4 .0
45.1
47.1

5 .4
5 .2
5 .1
5 .2
5 .5

12.1

F e b . 6..
A pr. 9 ...
June 9 ...
S e p t. 9 ..
N o v . 1 7.

4,766
4 ,845
4,9 3 9
5,0 4 2
5 ,118

7 3 1 .2
734. 9
7 4 3 .5
753. 7
758.3

335. 2
335. 0
3 5 9 .2
3 7 5 .0
3 7 6 .2

6 ,2 3 4 .7
6 ,2 1 2 .7
6,286. 9
6 ,3 1 0 .4
6 ,3 0 2 .2

2 ,6 8 4 .7

4 5 .8
4 5 .6
48 .3
4 9 .8
4 9 .6

5 .4
5. 4
5 .7
5 .9
5 .9

1 3 .4

1904.
J a n . 22................................
M ar. 25...............................
J u n e 9 ............ ...................
S e p t . 6 ................................
N o v . 1 0 ..............................

5,180
5,2 3 2
5,331
5 ,4 1 2
5,477

765. 8
7 6 5 .9
767.3
770.7
776.1

3 8 0 .9
3 8 5 .9
3 9 9 .5
4 1 1 .2
419.1

6 ,5 7 6 .8
6 ,6 0 5 .9
6,655. 9 "2," 803.’5*
6 ,9 7 5 .0
7 ,1 9 7 .0

4 9 .7
5 0 .3
52.1
5 3 .4
5 4 .0

5 .9
5 .8
6 .0
5 .9
5 .8

1 4 .2

J a n . 11.
M ar. 14.
M ay 23.
A u g . 25.
N o v . 9 ..

5 ,528
5,587
5,668
5 ,757
5,833

776 .9
7 8 2 .5
79 1 .6
79 0 .9
808 .3

424.3
4 3 1 .0
445. 5
4 6 9 .0
4 8 5 .5

7 ,1 1 7 .8
7 ,3 0 8 .1
7 ,3 2 7 .8
7 ,4 7 2 .3
7 ,5 6 3 .2

2 ,8 8 3 .1

5 4 .6
55.1
5 6 .3
5 8 .6
60 .1

6 .0
5 .9
6 .1
6 .3
6 .4

1 5 .5

1906.
J a n . 29.
A pr. 6 ...
J u n e 1 8 ..
S e p t. 4 ..
N ov. 12.

5,911
5,9 7 5
6 ,0 5 3
6 ,1 3 7
6 ,1 9 9

8 1 5 .0
819 .3
8 2 6 .1
8 3 5 .1
8 4 7 .5

4 9 8 .2
6 0 5 .5
5 1 0 .9
5 1 8 .0
5 3 6 .1

7, 769. 8
7,670. 6
7,7 8 4 . 2
8 ,0 1 6 .0
8 ,2 1 3 .0

3 ,0 6 9 . 9

61.1
6 1 .7
6 1 .8
6 2 .0
6 3 .3

6 .4
6 .6
6 .6
6 .5
6 .5

1 6 .6

1907.
Jan . 26.
M ar. 2 2 ..
M ay 2 0 ..
A ug. 22.
D c. 3 ...
for eFRASER

6 ,2 8 8
6 ,3 4 4
6 ,4 2 9
6 ,5 4 4
6 ,6 2 5

8 6 0 .9
8 7 3 .7
8 8 3 .7
8 9 6 .5
9 0 1 .6

5 4 5 .5
5 4 3 .3
5 4 7 .9
5 5 1 .9
6 0 1 .8

8 ,1 5 4 . 8
8,2 8 8 . 2
8 ,4 7 6 .5
8 ,3 9 0 .3
8 ,4 0 7 . 9

3 ,1 1 5 .5

6 3 .3
6 2 .2
6 2 .0
6 1 .6
6 6 .7

6 .7
6 .5
6 .5
6 .6
7 .2

1 6 .8

M a r .9 ...
M a y 1 4 ..
J u ly 2 3 . .
O c t. 5 . . .
D e c . 1 5 ..
1898.
F e b . 18..
M ay 5 . . .
J u ly 14..
S e p t. 20.
D e c . 1. . .
1899.
F e b . 4..
A p r . 5 ..
June 30.
S e p t. 7 ..
D ec. 2 ...
1900.

1903.

1905.

Digitized


N um ­
b er o f
b an k s.

P a id -in
c a p it a l.

C irc u la ­
t io n .

A g g r e g a te
a s s e ts .

M on ey
in
U n it e d
S ta te s .

J u ly 15................................
S e p t . 2 8 ..............................
N o t . 2 7 ..............................

6 ,6 9 8
6 ,7 7 8
6 ,8 2 4
6 ,8 5 3
6 ,8 6 5

9 0 5 .5
9 1 2 .3
919.1
9 2 1 .4
9 2 1 .0

6 2 7 .6
6 1 4 .0
6 1 3 .6
6 1 3 .7
5 9 9 .3

8 ,3 9 6 .8
8 ,5 9 4 .6
8 ,7 1 4 .6
9 ,0 2 7 .2
9 ,1 9 7 .0

1909.
F e b . 5..................................
A p r . 28................................
J u n e 23...............................
S e p t . 1 ................................
N o t . 1 6 ..............................

6 ,8 8 7
6,8 9 3
6 ,9 2 6
6 ,9 7 7
7 ,0 0 6

9 2 7 .7
9 3 3 .9
9 3 7 .0
9 4 4 .6
9 5 3 .9

6 1 5 .3
6 3 6 .3
6 4 1 .3
6 5 8 .0
6 6 8 .3

1910.
J a n . 81
M ar. 29.............. .......
J u n e 30...............................
S e p t . 1 ................................
N o t . 1 0 ..............................

7,0 4 5
7,0 8 2
7,1 4 5
7,173
7,204

960 .1
9 7 2 .8
9 8 9 .5
1 ,0 0 2 .7
1 ,0 0 4 .8

1911.
J a n . 7 ..................................
M ar. 7................
J u n e 7..................................
S e p t . 1..............
D e e . 5 ..................................

7,2 1 8
7 ,2 1 6
7 ,277
7,301
7 ,3 2 8

1912.
F e b . 2 0 . . . . .......................
A p r . 1 8 ...
..
J u n e 14...............................
S e p t . 4 ................................
N o v . 2 6 ..............................
1913.
F e b . 4..................................
A p r . 4..................................
J u n e 4..................................
A u g . 9 .................................
O c t. 2...........................
1 ..

D a te .

P e r c e n ta g e o f c ir c u la t io n to —

C a p ita l.

A ssets.

M on ey
in U n i t e d
S ta tes.

3 ,3 7 8 .7

6 9 .3
6 7 .3
6 6 .8
6 6 .6
6 5 .0

7 .5
7 .1
7 .0
6 .8
6 .5

1 8 .2

9 ,2 2 1 .1
9 ,3 6 8 .8
9 ,4 7 1 .7
9 ,5 7 3 .9
9 ,5 9 1 .3

3 ,4 0 6 .3

6 6 .3
6 8 .1
6 8 .4
6 9 .6
7 0 .0

6 .6
6 .8
6 .7
6 .8
7 .0

1 8 .8

6 6 7 .5
669 .1
6 7 5 .6
6 7 4 .8
6 8 0 .4

9 ,7 3 0 .5
9 ,8 4 1 .9
9 ,8 9 6 .6
9 ,8 2 6 .1
9 ,9 5 6 .4

3 ,4 1 9 .0

6 9 .5
6 8 .8
6 8 .4
6 7 .3
6 7 .7

6 .9
6 .8
6 .8
6 .9
6 .9

1 9 .8

1 ,0 0 7 .3
1 ,0 1 1 .5
1 ,0 1 9 .6
1 ,0 2 5 .4
1 ,0 2 6 .4

684 .1
680. 7
6 8 1 .7
6 9 6 .9
7 0 2 .6

9, S2Q.4
1 0 ,2 4 0 .7
1 0 ,3 8 3 .0
1 0 ,3 7 9 .4
10,4 4 3 . 4

3 ,5 5 5 .9

6 7 .9
6 7 .3
6 6 .0
6 7 .9
6 8 .4

7 .0
6 .7
6 .6
6 .8
6 .7

1 9 .1

7 ,339
7,3 5 5
7 ,3 7 2
7 ,397
7,4 2 0

1 ,0 3 1 .1
1 ,0 3 6 .1
1 ,0 3 3 .5
1 ,0 4 6 .0
1 ,0 4 5 .1

7 0 4 .2
7 0 6 .9
708. 6
7 1 3 .8
7 2 1 .5

1 0 ,8 1 2 .4
1 0 ,7 9 2 .1
1 0 ,8 6 1 .7
1 0 ,9 6 3 .4
1 0 ,9 6 5 .8

3 ,6 4 8 .8

6 8 .3
6 8 .2
6 8 .6
6 8 .2
6 9 .0

6 .5
6 .5
6 .5
6 .5
6 .6

1 9 .4

7 ,4 2 5
7,440
7,473
7,488
7,5 0 9

1 ,0 4 8 .9
1 ,0 5 2 .3
1 ,0 5 6 .9
1 ,0 5 6 .3
1 ,0 5 9 .4

7 1 7 .5
7 1 9 .0
722.1
724. 5
7 2 7 .0

1 1 ,1 8 5 .6
1 1 ,1 8 2 .0
1 1 ,0 3 6 .9
1 0,876. 9
1 1 ,3 0 1 .5

3 ,7 2 0 .0

6 8 .4
6 8 .3
6 8 .3
6 8 .6
6 8 .6

6 .4
6 .4
6 .5
6. 7
6 .5

1 9 .4

1914.
7.493
J a n . 1 3 .......................
7 .493
M ar. 4...........................
7,5 2 5
J u n e 3 0.......................
...!
7,538
S e p t . 1 2 .......................
7,571
O c t. 3 1 ...........................
7
D e c . 31................................ ,581

1 ,0 5 7 .6
1 ,0 5 6 .4
1 ,0 5 8 .1
1 ,0 6 0 .3
1 .0 6 3 ,1
1 ,0 6 5 .9

725 .3
7 2 0 .6
7 2 2 .5
9 1 8 .2
1 ,0 1 8 ,1
8 4 8 .8

1 1 ,2 9 6 .3
1 1 ,5 6 4 .5
1 1 ,4 8 2 .2
1 1 ,4 8 1 .5
1 1 ,4 9 2 .4
1 1 ,3 5 7 .0

3 ,7 3 8 .3

6 8 .4
6 7 ,9
68 .1
8 6 ,6
9 5 .6
7 9 .6

6 .4
6 .3
6 .3
8 .0
8 .8
7 .4

1 9 .3

1915.
M ar. 4..................................
M a..................................
y 1
J u n e 23...............................
S e p t . 2 ................................
N o v . 1 0 . ...........................
D e c . 31................................

7,5 9 9
7 .604
7.6 0 5
7,613
7,6 1 7
7 ,607

1 ,0 6 6 .5
1 ,0 6 5 .8
1 ,0 6 8 .5
1 ,0 6 8 .8
1 ,0 6 8 .6
1 ,0 6 8 .0

7 4 6 .5
7 2 7 .7
7 2 2 .7
7 1 8 .4
7 1 3 .4
713 .3

1 1 ,5 6 6 .8
1 1 ,8 4 2 .3
1 1 ,7 9 5 .6
1 2 ,2 6 7 .0
1 3 ,2 3 6 .3
1 3 ,4 6 7 .8

3 ,9 8 9 .5

6 9 .9
6 8 .2
6 7 .6
6 7 .2
6 6 .8
6 6 .8

6 .4
6 .1
6 .1
5 .8
5 .4
5 .3

1916.
M ar. 7..................................
M a y 1..................................
J u n e 30................................
S e p t. 1 2 ..............................
N o v . 1 7 ..............................
D e c . 27................................

7,5 8 6
7,578
7 ,579
7.5 8 9
7.584
7.584

1 ,0 6 7 .2
1 ,0 6 7 .4
1 ,0 6 6 .0
1 ,0 6 7 .5
1 ,0 7 1 .1
1 ,0 7 0 .8

6 9 5 .8
682. 2
676.1
674.1
6 6 5 .2
666. 4

1 3 ,8 3 8 .6
1 4 ,1 9 5 .5
1 3 ,9 2 6 .8
1 4 ,4 1 1 .5
15,520. 2
1 5 ,3 3 3 .5

6 5 .2
6 3 .9
6 3 .4
63 .1
6 2 .1
6 2 .2

5 .0
4 .8
4 .9
4 .7
4 .3
4 .3

1917.
M ar. 5 . ................................
M a y 1..................................
J u n e 2 0 ..............................
S e p t . 1 1 ................ .............
N o v . 2 0 ..............................
D e c . 31. . . .........................

7,581
7.5 8 9
7,6 0 5
7,6 3 8
7 ,6 5 6
7 ,6 6 2

1 ,0 7 3 .9
1 ,0 7 9 .7
1 ,0 8 2 .8
1 ,0 9 0 .3
1 ,0 9 2 .2
1 ,0 9 2 .6

661.1
6 5 6 .1
6 6 0 .4
6 6 5 .6
6 6 9 .7
6 7 4 .3

1 5 ,9 7 9 .1
1 6 ,1 4 4 .4
1 6 ,1 5 1 .0
16,543. 5
IS, 553. 2
1 8 ,0 7 3 .3

6 1 .6
6 0 .8
6 1 .0
6 1 .0
6 1 .3
6 1 .7

4 .1
4 .1
4 .1
4 .0
3 .6
3 .7

1918.
M ar. 4.................................
M a y 10................................
Ju
for nge. 29...............................
A u FRASER
3 1 ..............................

7 ,670
7,688
7, 705
7 ,7 2 8

1 ,0 9 4 .3
1 ,0 9 6 .9
1 ,0 9 8 .5
1 ,1 0 1 .9

672. 2
6 8 0 .4
6 8 1 .6
6 7 4 .2

1 8 ,0 1 4 .9
18s 249. 9
1 7 ,8 3 9 .5
1 8 ,0 4 3 .6

6 1 .4
6 2 .0
6 2 .0
6 1 .2

3 ,7
3 .7
3 .8
3 .7

1908.
F e b . 14 ...............................

Digitized


...........

4 ,4 8 2 .9

5 ,4 0 8 .6

6 ,7 4 i.O

18 .1

1 5 .1

1 2 .2

1 1 .2

T

N o. 36.—Abstract of the resources and liabilities of the national banks at close of
business Aug. 31, 1918, in New York City, in the three central reserve cities, in other
reserve cities, and elsewhere in the country.

a ble

[In t h o u s a n d s o f d o lla r s.]

N ew Y ork.

N e w Y ork,
: O th e r r e ­
C hica g o ,
s e r v e - c it y
a n d S t.
b ank s.
L o u is .

C o u n tr y
b ank s.

A g g r e g a te .

RESOURCES.
L o a n s a n d d is c o u n ts ..................................................
O v e r d r a fts .......................................... . ........... ...............
C u sto m e r s' l i a b i lit y u n d e r le t t e r s o f c r e d i t ..
C u sto m e r s' l i a b i lit y a c c o u n t o f a c c e p ta n c e s.
U n it e d S ta te s b o n d s , o t h e r t h a n L ib e r t y
lo a n b o n d s 1 .................................... ..........................
L ib e r t y lo a n b o n d s ....................................................
O th e r b o n d s , s e c u r itie s , e t c ..................................
S to c k s, o th e r th a n F e d e r a l r e s e r v e b a n k
s t o c k ...............................................................................
S to c k o f F e d e r a l r e s e r v e b a n k s ...........................
B a n k in g h o u s e ................................................ *...........
F u r n it u r e a n d f ix t u r e s ............................................
O th e r r e a l e s t a t e o w e d . .......................................
L a w fu l r e se r v e w it h F e d e r a l r e se r v e b a n k s .
I t e m s w i t h F e d e r a lr e s e r v e b a n k s i n p r o c e ss
o f c o lle c t io n ....................................... ........................
C a sh i n v a u l t . . . ...........................................................
N e t a m o u n t s d u e fr o m n a t io n a l b a n k s .........
N e t a m o u n t s d u e fr o m o th e r b a n k s , b a n k e r s, a n d t r u s t c o m p a n ie s ....................................
E x c h a n g e s for c le a r in g h o u s e ..............................
C h e c k s o n o th e r b a n k s i n t h e s a m e p l a c e . . .
O u ts id e c h e c k s a n d o th e r c a s h i t e m s ..............
R e d e m p t io n fu n d a n d d u e fr o m U n i t e d
S t a t e s T r e a su r e r ......................................................
I n t e r e s t e a r n e d b u t n o t c o lle c t e d ......................
W a r s a v in g s c e r tific a te s a n d t h r if t s t a m p s
a c t u a ll y o w n e d ....................................................
O th e r a s s e t s ....................................................................

2 ,0 6 0 ,4 3 6
880
2 ,3 2 3
98,672

2 ,7 2 1 ,3 3 5
1,041
2, 756
120,604

2 ,8 7 7 ,8 9 9
2 ,8 4 5
11,979
103,118

3 ,8 9 4 ,4 3 2
1 0 ,4 2 0
540
7,951

9 ,4 9 3 ,6 6 6
14, 306
15,275
231, 673

347 ,9 3 0
126, 868
264,598

4 2 9 ,5 2 0
142, 859
311,025

465,656
161,958
410,632

892,193
363,231
973,413

1 ,7 8 7 ,3 7 8
668,048
1 ,6 9 5 ,0 7 0

2 ,4 4 4
8 ,3 9 2
2 6 ,3 5 9
397
2 ,6 7 8
3 6 8 ,0 0 2

5 ,3 2 8
1 1 ,519
40,835
803
3 ,7 0 4
456,488

10 ,8 9 9
1 6 ,6 9 0
9 2 ,292
5,2 3 7
12,583
323,681

17 ,5 2 6
2 9 ,0 5 0
147, 488
27,987
30,355
331,263

4 2 ,7 5 3
57 ,2 5 9
280,615
3 4 ,0 2 7
46,642
1 , 111, 432

3 4 ,5 8 9
63 ,3 2 4
37, 852

59, 460
87, 693
125,081

117, 784
99, 677
426,982

19,071
176, 766
644,346

196,315
364,136
1 ,1 9 6 ,4 0 9

55 ,2 7 2
148,908
1 1 ,916
7,8 9 6

88, 780
178,125
12,456
9 ,0 0 0

174,271
101,591
14,380
20,515

6 8 ,336
1 3 ,856
19,428
2 2 ,182

331,387
293,572
46,262
5 1 ,697

3,2 1 9
6 ,8 6 9

4,4 5 8
6 ,9 2 9

11,732
3, 689

23,447
3, 717

39,637
1 4 ,3 3 5

86
1 2 ,816

272
13, 478

2 ,2 5 6
5 ,0 6 0

8 ,3 1 4
2 ,3 3 1

1 0 ,8 4 2
20, 869

T o t a l.....................................................................

3, 692, 726

4, 833,558

5, 482, 406

7, 727,641

IS, 043,605

C a p ita l sto c k , p a i d i n ................................................. ;
189 ,8 5 0
125,725
S u r p lu s f u n d ..................................................................
153,122
193,227
U n d i v id e d p r o f it s ,le s s e x p e n s e s , a n d t a x e s
p a id .......................................................................... ..
1 0 2 ,1 9 1
85,406
I n t e r e s t a n d d is c o u n t c o lle c te d b u t n o t
e a r n e d ............................................................................
9 ,9 9 0
14,063
A m o u n t r e s e r v e d for t a x e s a c c r u e d ________
8 ,6 7 3
11,291
A m o u n t r e s e r v e d f o r a l t in t e r e s t a c c r u e d . . .
2 ,4 7 5
2 ,5 8 6
49, 630
N a t io n a l b a n k n o t e s o u t s t a n d in g .....................
38,023
D u e t o F e d e r a l r e s e r v e b a n k s _____ ________
1, 548
1,5 4 8
N e t a m o u n t s d u e t o n a t io n a l b a n k s _______
520,239
327, 787 :
N e t a m o u n t s d u e t o o th e r b a n k s , b a n k e r s,
a n d t r u s t c o m p a n ie s .............................................
653, 768
827, 765
D e m a n d d e p o s i t s .........................................................
2 ,1 3 9 ,3 0 3
1 ,6 9 6 ,0 6 3
T im e d e p o s it s ................................................................
98,044
133,055
U n it e d S t a t e s d e p o s it s .............................................
117,505
151,133
U n it e d S ta te s b o n d s b o r r o w e d ...........................
42, 942
66,172
O th e r b o n d s b o r r o w e d .............................................
14,233
14,233
S e c u r itie s b o r r o w e d ...................................................
B il ls p a y a b le , o th e r t h a n w i t h F e d e r a l
r e se r v e b a n k s .............................................................
375
375
B il ls p a y a b le w it h F e d e r a l r e s e r v e b a n k s . .
272,548
199,087
11
11
S ta te b a n k c ir c u la tio n o u t s ta n d in g
L e tte r s of c r e d it a n d t r a v e le r s ' c h e c k s o u t ­
s t a n d in g ........................................................................
10, 482
11, 486
A c c e p t a n c e s ....................................................................
103,201
125,347
T im e d r a fts o u t s t a n d in g .........................................
241
5
L ia b ilit ie s o th e r t h a n t h o s e a b o v e s t a t e d . . .
7,264
4, 261

315,763
241,498

596,226
379,044

1 ,1 0 1 ,8 3 9
813,769

9 2 ,7 9 2

171,.654

3 6 6 ,6 3 7

9 ,6 1 3
6 ,8 8 8
3,631
172,766
1 ,4 0 0
506, 638

4,181
4,3 0 5
6 ,1 3 7
451, 805
3 ,0 9 4
7 7 ,197

27, 857
2 2 ,4 8 4
1 2 ,3 5 4
674,201
6 ,0 4 2
1 ,1 0 4 ,0 7 4

706,683
2,4 3 2 ,1 4 1
409,557
214,311
24,005
2, 405

2 4 1 ,3 7 2
3 ,5 2 4 ,3 0 5
1, 854, 879
141,139
14,534
3,3 4 6
922

1 ,7 7 5 ,8 2 0
8 ,0 9 5 , 749
2 ,3 9 7 , 491
506,583
104,711
19,984
922

1 9 ,936
175,816

70,502
151,687
8

9 0 ,8 1 3
600,051
19

12,647
109, 947
3, 738
20,231

652
8 ,4 7 8
18
2 2 ,1 5 6

24 ,7 8 5
2 43,772
3 ,9 9 7
49, 651

LIABILITIES.

T o t a l......................................................................

3 ,6 9 2 , 726

4, 833,558

5, 482,406

7, 727, 641

1 8 ,0 4 3 ,6 0 5

L ia b ilitie s for r e d is c o u n ts , in c lu d in g th o s e
w it h F e d e r a l r e se r v e b a n k s .............................

136, 728

161, 495

246,318

195,328

603,141

1 I n c lu d e s U n i t e d S t a t e s c e r tific a te s of in d e b t e d n e s s o w n e d .




T

N o. 37.—Highest and lowest points reached in the principal items of resources and
liabilities of national banks since Oct. 21, 1913 (the last call prior to the passage of the
Federal reserve act), as shown by reports of condition.

a ble

[In th o u s a n d s of d o lla r s.]

H ig h e s t p o in t r e a c h e d .
O c t. 21,
1913.

A m o u n t.

C a p it a l..........................................
C a p ita l, s u r p lu s, a n d p ro fits.
C ir c u la tio n ..................................
In v e stm e n t in
U n it e d
S t a t e s b o n d s .........................
I n d i v id u a l d e p o s i t s ...............
L o a n s a n d d is c o u n t s ............
T o t a l r e so u r c e s.........................

1 ,0 5 9 ,4 0 3
2 ,0 6 6 ,9 8 1
727,079

1 ,1 0 1 ,8 3 9
2 ,3 4 4 ,9 4 0
674,201

800,525
6 ,0 3 2 , 916
6 ,2 6 0 ,8 7 7
1 1 ,3 0 1 ,5 5 8

i 2 ,4 5 5 ,4 2 6
1 0 ,4 9 3 ,2 4 0
2 10,0 9 6 , 807
2 1 8 ,6 4 6 ,7 4 6

D a te .

a ble

A m o u n t.

D a te .

1 ,0 5 6 ,4 8 2
2 ,0 4 9 , 715
656 ,1 0 0

M a r. 4 ,1914
J u n e 3 0 ,1 9 1 4
M ay
1 ,1917

1 0 ,1 9 1 8
714,523
31,1 9 1 7 6 ,0 5 2 ,9 1 6
2 9 ,1 9 1 8
6 ,1 7 5 , 405
2 0 ,1 9 1 7 1 1 ,2 9 6 ,3 5 5

M ar. 5,1917
O c t. 2 1 ,1 9 1 3
J a n . 13,1914
D o.

1 ,1 0 1 ,8 3 9
A u g . 3 1 ,1 9 1 8
2 ,3 4 4 , 940 ..........d o ...............
O c t. 3 1 ,1 9 1 4
1 ,0 1 8 ,1 9 4
2 ,6 5 7 ,5 2 3
10, 734,677
1 0 ,1 3 6 ,4 9 1
1 8 ,8 0 0 ,4 1 0

M ay
D ec.
June
N ov.

1 I n c lu d e s c e r tific a te s of in d e b t e d n e s s .

T

L o w e s t p o in t r e a c h e d .

A u k . 31,
1918.

2 I n c lu d e s r e d is c o u n ts .

N o. 38.—Percentages of loans, United States bonds, etc., to the agejregate resources

of national banks, on or about Oct. 1, 1903 to 1918.
1903

L o a n s a n d d is c o u n ts .....................................
U n i t e d S ta te s b o n d s .....................................

1904

1905

1906

1907

1908

1909

P . ct.
5 5 .2
8 .6

P . ct.
5 3 .4
7 .9

P . ct.
5 3 .9
7 .4

P . ct.
5 4 .0
7 .8

P . ct.
5 6 .1
7 .9

P . ct.
5 2 .9
7 .9

P . ct.
5 3 .5
7 .6

P . ct.
5 5 .6
7 .5

1910

T o t a l..........................................................

6 3 .8

6 1 .3

6 1 .3

6 1 .8

6 4 .0

6 0 .8

6 1 .1

63.1

C a p ita l...................................................................
S u r p lu s a n d p r o fits ........................................
I n d i v id u a l d e p o s i t s .......................................

1 1 .9
8 .8
5 0 .0

1 1 .0
9 .8
4 9 .6

1 0 .7
8 .3
5 1 .1

1 0 .4
S .4
5 2 .4

1 0 .7
8 .8
5 1 .5

1 0 .2
8 .5
5 0 .4

9 .8
8 .4
5 2 .3

1 0 .2
8 .9
5 2 .4

T o t a l..........................................................

7 0 .7

7 0 .4

7 0 .1

7 1 .2

7 1 .0

69 .1

70..5

7 1 .5

.

1911

1912

1913

1914

1915

1916

1917

1 918;

P .c t.
5 4 .5
7 .4

P . ct.
5 5 .1
7 .1

P .ct.

L o a n s a n d d is c o u n t s .....................................
U n i t e d S ta te s b o n d s .....................................

5 6 .7
7 .3

P . ct.
5 5 .7
6 .8

P . ct.
5 5 .0
6 .4

P . ct.
5 4 ,5
5 .1

P . Ct.
5 5 .2
6 .9

P . ct.
5 4 .1
1 3 .2

T o t a l..........................................................

6 1 .9

6 2 .2

' 6 4 .0

6 2 .5

6 1 .4

5 9 .6

6 2 .1

6 7 .3

C a p ita l...................................................................
S u r p lu s a n d p r o f it s ........................................
I n d iv id u a l d e p o s it s .......................................

9 .9
8 .7
5 2 .9

9 .4
8 .7
5 3 .8

9 .7
9 .1
5 3 .0

9 .2
8 .8 '
5 3 .5

8 .7
8 .3
5 5 .1

7 .4
7 .3
5 8 .6

6 .5
6 .9
6 0 .9

5 .9
6 .7
5 6 .3

T o t a l..........................................................

7 1 .5

7 1 .9

7 1 .8

7 1 .5

72.1

7 3 .3

7 4 .3

68 .9




T

N o . 39.— 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.

a ble

J U N E 3 0 ,1 9 1 4 .

N um ­
b er of
b an k s.

On d e­
m and, p a­
p e r w it h
one or m ore
in d iv id u a l
or firm
n am es.

33
9
7

O n d e­
m a n d , se­
cu red b y
s to c k s ,
b ond s, and
o th e r p er­
sonal secu ­
r itie s .

O n t im e ,
se c u r e d b y
s to c k s ,
b ond s, and
o th e r p e r ­
so n a l se­
c u r itie s , or
o n m o r t­
g a g es or
o th e r re a l
e s ta te s e ­
c u r ity .

O n t im e ,
s in g le ­
nam e pa­
p e r (o n e
p e r so n or
fir m ), w it h ­
o u t o th e r
s e c u r ity .

O n t im e ,
p a p e r w it h
t w o or m o re
in d iv id u a l
or firm
n am es.

$ 1 2 ,9 5 2 ,7 0 8 $3 7 2 ,0 9 1 ,2 9 6 $ 1 9 2 ,530,756
104,332,352
3 8 ,2 6 3 ,2 4 6
27,74 9 ,6 8 1
3 2 ,7 1 6 ,0 6 1
1 6 ,7 9 8 ,7 5 4
9 ,7 2 8 ,6 7 8

T o t a l.

$228,8 5 2 ,4 3 8 $ 2 5 4 ,6 6 8 ,6 0 5 $1,061,095,803
9 5 ,1 3 9 ,1 2 0
6 9 ,1 7 7 ,5 5 8
3 3 5 ,6 6 1 ,9 5 7
1 4 ,6 4 3 ,0 0 3
2 8 ,8 7 5 ,9 6 5 1 0 2 ,7 6 2 ,4 6 1

N e w Y o r k ............
C h ica g o ..................
S t . L o u is ..............
O th e r r e se r v e
c i t i e s ...................
C o u n t r y ................

321
7 ,1 5 5

189 ,4 6 3 ,1 6 1
3 7 7 ,0 1 6 ,9 6 9

T o t a l.........

7 ,525

6 1 6 ,9 1 1 ,1 9 7 1 ,0 3 6 ,9 7 6 ,7 4 0 2 ,0 6 6 ,6 5 9 ,4 7 5 1 ,3 3 6 ,6 9 3 ,3 6 5 1 ,3 7 2 ,8 2 8 ,4 3 8 6 ,4 3 0 ,0 6 9 ,2 1 5

4 6 6 ,2 6 4 ,1 5 0
3 1 1 ,5 0 7 ,9 9 9
2 9 8 ,3 1 5 ,4 4 5 1 ,2 7 0 ,8 1 6 ,1 5 6

378,0 6 7 ,4 6 2
6 1 8 ,9 9 1 ,3 4 2

3 5 3 ,1 6 6 ,3 7 5 1 ,6 9 8 ,4 6 9 ,1 4 7
6 6 6 ,9 3 9 ,9 3 5 1 ,2 3 2 ,0 7 9 ,8 4 7

J U N E 23, 1915.

On d em an d,
On dem and,
O n t im e ,
s e cu red b y
p a p e r w it h
p a p e r w it h
O n d em and,
o th e r p er­
N um ­
o n e or m o r e
o n e or m o r e
se c u r e d b y
s o n a l se c u r i­
b er o f in d iv id u a l or
s to c k s a n d t ie s , in c lu d in g in d iv id u a l or
b ank s.
fir m n a m e s
fir m n a m e s
b ond s.
m e r c h a n d ise ,
( n o t s e cu red
( n o t se c u r e d
w a r e h o u se
b y c o lla te r a l).
b y c o lla te r a l).
r e c e ip ts , e t c .

N e w Y o r k .................. ............................................
C h ic a g o .....................................................................
S t. L o u i s ................................ .................................
O th e r r e se r v e c i t i e s ...........................................
C o u n tr y ....................................................................

33
9
7
327
7,2 2 9

$ 3 0,867,451
17,716; 188
7 ,3 1 4 ,4 0 5
1 7 9 ,0 2 1 ,9 8 9
3 7 6 ,7 7 8 ,1 7 0

$357,1 4 5 ,6 2 0
3 2 ,0 0 5 ,3 4 5
1 0 ,6 6 3 ,0 0 2
2 4 4 ,5 0 2 ,1 6 9
2 3 9 ,4 9 5 ,6 5 3

$ 2 9 ,6 3 4 ,7 0 9
$4 7 3 ,6 5 2 ,0 9 8
2 2 ,1 5 6 ,5 5 0
1 6 8 ,8 6 4 ,5 2 6
3 ,6 9 1 ,2 9 8
4 9 ,4 4 3 ,5 5 9
5 3 ,0 1 1 ,3 6 3
840,517,031
7 6 ,3 2 7 ,9 5 * 1 ,7 3 1 ,8 7 0 ,0 4 3

T o t a l .............................................................

7 ,6 0 5

6 1 1 ,6 9 8 ,2 0 3

8 8 3 ,8 1 1 ,7 8 9

184,821,887 3 ,2 6 4 ,3 4 8 ,2 5 7

O n t im e ,
se c u r e d b y
o th e r p er­
N um ­
s o n a l s e c u r i­
b er o f
t ie s , in c lu d in g
b a n k s.
m e r c h a n d is e ,
w a r e h o u se
r e c e ip ts , e t c .

O n t im e ,
seem ed b y
s to c k s a n d
b ond s.

S ecu re d b y
re a l e s ta te
m o rtg a g e s
or o th e r lie n s
o n r e a lty .

T o t a l.

N e w Y o r k ...............................................................
C h ic a g o .....................................................................
S t . L o u is ..................................................................
O th er r e se r v e c i t i e s ...........................................
C o u n t r y ....................................................................

33
9
7
327
7,2 2 9

$ 8 3,600,284
59,1 8 5 ,5 0 5
1 0 ,4 0 8 ,8 1 8
184 ,6 3 2 ,6 0 9
360 ,1 0 2 ,7 1 9

$248,946,983
3 7 ,504,580
13,9 0 9 ,0 0 4
241,304,402
3 2 5 ,102,515

$ 8 ,718,869 $ 1 ,2 3 2 ,5 6 6 ,0 1 4
12,443,681
349 ,8 7 6 ,3 7 5
784,205
9 6 ,214,291
2 1 ,7 8 5 ,8 3 9 1 ,7 6 4 ,7 7 5 ,4 0 2
1 0 6,862,324 3 ,2 1 6 ,5 3 9 ,3 8 1

T o t a l .............................................................

7,6 0 5

697,929,935

866,767,484

150,594,918 6 ,6 5 9 ,9 7 1 ,4 6 3




T able N o . 39.—-Classification o f loans made bp the n ation al banks in the central reserve

cities—Contimi ed.
JU N E

30, 1916.

[I n th o u s a n d s o f d o lla r s.]

On
dem an d,
p a p e r w it h
On
N u m ­ o n e or m ore d em a n d ,
b e r o f in d iv id u a l s e c u r e d b y
b a n k s.
o r firm
sto c k s a n d
n a m e s (n o t
b on d s.
secu red b y
c o lla te r a l).

N e w Y o r k .................................................................................
C h ic a g o .......................................................................................
S t . L o u is
...............................................................................
O th e r r e se r v e c i t i e s .............................................................

On
dem an d,
O n t im e ,
se c u r e d b y
p a p e r w it h
o th e r
o n e or m o r e
p erson al
s e c u r itie s , in d iv id u a l
o r firm
in c lu d in g
n a m es (n o t
m erchan­
secured b y
d is e , w a r e ­
c o lla te r a l).
h o u s e re­
c e ip t s , e t c .

29 ,2 3 3
33
531,580
4 6 ,2 6 7
22,901
1 7 ,0 2 4
10
4 1 ,6 9 9
12 ,5 1 2
4 ,6 6 2
7 ,6 0 9
7 1
315
1 95,599
308,947
7 6 ,6 9 0
C o u n t r y ......................................................................................
2 6 4 ,2 6 9
7 8 ,9 9 6
7 ,5 7 9

660 ,2 1 3

N um ­
b er o f
b ank s.

O n t im e ,
secu red b y
sta ck s an d
b ond s.

O n t im e ,
secu red b y
o th e r
p erson al
s e c u r itie s ,
in c lu d in g
m erchan ­
d is e , w a r e ­
house re­
c e ip ts , e t c .

S ecu red b y
real esta te
m o r tg a g e s
o r o th e r
li e n s o n
r e a lty .

A ccep t­
ances o f
o th e r
b a n k s d is ­
c o u n te d .

N e w Y o r k .....................................................
C h ic a g o ...........................................................
S t . L o u is ........................................................
O th e r r e se r v e c i t i e s .................................
C o u n t r y ............................................... ........

33
10
7
315
7 ,2 1 4

328,095
48,507
12,529
3 0 0,398
340 ,0 8 3

61,294
3 6 ,0 1 3
1 0 ,284
191,650
362,097

874
907
763
2 8 ,2 7 0
129 ,8 1 9

15,783
4 ,6 6 4
0
2 ,5 0 5
1 ,5 4 8

1 ,5 8 7 ,6 5 6
422,001
1 0 9 ,9 8 8
2 ,1 1 1 ,9 7 9
3 ,4 4 7 ,5 4 3

T o t a l ...................................................

7 ,5 7 9

1 ,0 2 9 ,6 1 2

661,338

1 6 0 ,6 3 3

2 4 ,5 0 0

7 ,6 7 9 ,1 6 7

T o t a l ...............................................................................

1 ,1 5 9 ,0 0 7

2 2 3 ,6 3 9

5 7 4,530
* 2 5 0 ,2 8 6
6 1 ,6 2 9
1 ,0 0 7 ,9 2 0
7 ,2 1 4 , 860 404, 871
1 ,8 6 5
3 ,7 6 0 ,2 2 5

T o t a l.

J U N E 20, 1917.
[I n t h o u s a n d s o f d o lla r s.]

On de­
On de­
m an d, se­
m and,
cu red b y
p a p e r w it h
On de­
o th e r p e r ­
'
N u m ­ o n e o r m o r e m a n d , s e ­ s o n a l se c u r i­
b e r o f i in d iv id u a l
cu red b y
tie s , in c lu d ­
o r fir m
sto c k s and
in g m e r ­
b a n k s.
n a m e s (n o t
b o n d s.
c h a n d is e ,
w a r e h o u se
se c u r e d b y
r e c e ip ts ,
c o lla te r a l).
e tc .

O n t im e ,
p a p e r w it h
o n e or m o r e O n t im e ,
in d iv id u a l se c u r e d b y
o r fir m
sto ck s an d
b o n d s.
n a m es (n o t
se c u r e d b y
c o lla te r a l).

N e w Y o r k ................... ..........................
C h ic a g o ...........................................................
S t. L o u is ........................................................
O th e r r e se r v e b a n k s ................................
C o u n t r y ..........................................................

33
11
7
324
7 ,2 2 9

3 2 ,767
26 ,5 3 5
9 ,6 8 5
223,977
407,234

581,659
38 ,3 6 0
14,181
335,941
291,490

6 6 ,6 6 0
30 ,1 4 0
4 ,2 5 3
102,071
97,755

805,189
2 6 4 ,3 1 8
72,112
1 ,2 8 4 ,5 7 4
2 ,1 3 5 ,5 9 7

271 ,7 8 0
6 3 ,3 4 5
1 6 ,2 7 4
3 4 2 ,2 1 6
370, 639

T o t a l ...................................................

7, 604

7 0 0,198

1 ,2 6 1 ,6 3 1

3 00,879

4 ,5 6 1 ,7 9 0

1 ,0 6 4 ,2 5 4




T a b l e N o . 3 9 .—

Classification of loans made by the national banks in the central reserve
cities—Continued.
[ I n t h o u s a n d s o f d o lla r s.]

O n tim e ,
s e cu red
b y o th e r
p erson al
s e c u r itie s ,
N um ­
in c lu d in g
b er o f
m erchan­
bank s.
d is e ,
w are­
house
r e c e ip ts ,
e tc .

Secu red
b y re a le sta te
Secured
m o rt­
b y im ­
g a g e s or
proved
A ccep t­
o th e r
re a l e s ta te
ances of
lie n s o n u n d e r a u ­
o th e r
r e a lty n o t t h o r it y
banks
i n ac c o r d ­ o f sec. 24,
d is ­
a n c e w ith F e d e r a l
c o u n te d .
s e c . 24,
r e se r v e
Federal
a c t, a s
r e se r v e a m e n d e d .
a ct, as
am ended.

N e w Y o r k ....................................................
C h ic a g o ..........................................................
S t. L o u is ......................................................
O th e r r e s e r v e b a n k s ..............................
C o u n t r y ........................................................

33
11
7
324
7 ,2 2 9

66,602
43,050
7 ,3 8 0
227,852
428,079

767
1,113
789
20 ,2 9 2
8 4 ,4 0 0

T o t a l ..................................................

7,6 0 4

772,963

107,361

A c c e p t­
an ces of
t h is b a n k
pur­
c h a se d or
d is ­
c o u n te d .

T o t a l.

7,651
7 0 ,4 1 2

63,360
2 ,0 3 5
124
9,4 6 3
3 ,6 2 8

12 ,6 8 0
1,136
250
1 1 ,999
5 ,8 6 4

1 ,9 0 1 ,4 6 4
'4 7 0 ,0 3 2
125,048
2 ,5 6 6 ,0 3 6
3 ,8 9 5 ,0 9 8

78,063

7 8 ,6 1 0

3 1 ,9 2 9

8 ,9 5 7 ,6 7 8

J U N E 29, 1918.
[I n th o u s a n d s o f d o lla r s.]

O n de­
m and,
p a p e r w it h
N u m ­ o n e or m o re
b e r o f in d iv id u a l
b ank s.
o r fir m
n a m e s (n o t
secu red b y
c o lla te r a l).

O n d e­
m and, se­
cu red b y
o th e r p er­
O n de­
m a n d , s e ­ so n a l s e c u r i­
cu red b y
t ie s , in c lu d ­
in g m e r ­
s to c k s a n d
b on d s.
c h a n d is e ,
w a r e h o u se
r e c e ip ts ,
e tc .

O n tim e ,
p a p e r w ith
o n e or m o r e
in d iv id u a l
o r firm
n a m e s (n o t
secu red b y
c o lla te r a l).

O n t im e ,
secured b y
sto ck s an d
b ond s.

N e w Y o r k .....................................................
C h ic a g o ...........................................................
S t. L o u is ........................................................
O th e r r e s e r v e b a n k s ...............................
C o u n t r y ..........................................................

49
23
6
354
7 ,2 7 3

25,224
25,508
9 ,6 3 3
206,964
353,436

445,936
46,410
18,242
383,441
256,014

5 8 ,516
32 ,5 5 8
8 ,0 7 0
115,281
8 5 ,787

1 ,0 7 4 ,9 0 7
286,561
71,867
1 ,5 6 4 ,3 2 6
2, 299, 595

398,154
7 8 ,967
1 4 ,4 8 5
470,630
465,858

T o t a l ..................................................

7 ,7 0 5

620,765

1 ,1 5 0 ,0 7 3

300,212

5 ,2 9 7 ,2 5 6

1 ,4 2 8 ,0 9 4

O n tim e ,
se c u r e d
b y o th e r
p e r so n a l
s e c u r itie s ,
N um ­
in c lu d in g
b er o f
b ank s. m erchan­
d is e ,
w are­
h ou se
r e c e ip ts ,
e tc .

N e w Y o r k ....................................................
C h ic a g o ........................................ ..................
S t . L o u is .......................................................
O th er r e se r v e b a n k s ..............................
C o u n t r y ........................................................
T o t a l.................................................




S ecu re d
b y rea lesta te
S ecu re d
m o r t­
b y im ­
g a g e s or
proved
A c c e p t­
o th e r
real e s ta te
ances of
lie n s o n u n d e r a u ­
o th e r
r e a lty n o t t h o r it y
banks
in a c c o r d ­ o f s e c . 24.
d is ­
a n ce w it h F e d e r a l
c o u n te d .
s e c . 24,
r e se r v e
F ederal
a c t, as
r e se r v e a m e n d e d .
a c t, as
am ended.

102,404
1,663

49
23
6
354
7,2 7 3

92,463
46, 473
13, 492
305,926
501. 550

1,016
1,077
462
19,790
77,141

8 ,3 2 8
77,303

7 ,7 0 5

959,904

9 9 ,4 8 6

85,631

A c c e p t­
an ces of
th is b a n k
pur­
ch ased or
d is ­
c o u n te d .

T o t a l.

36,693
4, 422

20,876
1,829
114
16,915
9,5 0 5

2 ,2 1 9 ,4 9 6
521,076
136,305
3 ,1 2 8 ,2 9 4
4 ,130,611

145,182

4 9 ,239

10,1 3 5 ,8 4 2

able

No. 40.— Classification of loans and discounts by the national banks on June 29, 1918.

144

T

[I n th o u s a n d s of d o lla r s.]

398,154
7 8,967
14,485

92,463
4 6 ,473
13,492

1,0 1 6
1 ,0 7 7
462

102,404
1,663

20,876
1 ,829
114

2,2 1 9 ,4 9 6
521,076
136,365

1 ,4 3 3 ,3 3 5

491,606

152,428

2 ,5 5 5

104,067

2 2 ,819

2 ,8 7 6 ,9 3 7

210,098
11,889
29 ,9 7 6
182,255
107,283
51 ,8 8 8
23 ,5 1 9
40,287
5 ,6 6 7
2 4 ,719
1 ,579
7 ,3 9 7
14,433
18,394
9 ,6 7 6
1,1 0 7
16,074
9 ,7 3 7
4 ,1 5 2
2 1 ,827
10,622
5 ,3 2 4

57,156
2,5 8 3
12,140
71,019
3 0 ,3 1 8
9 ,4 1 1
4 ,5 2 4
11,894
3 ,1 5 3
8 ,2 8 4
429
1 ,4 3 2
2 ,7 1 8
9 ,3 0 2
2 ,9 3 0
352
7,7 9 6
2 ,0 5 8
758
7 ,5 2 9
3 ,6 3 5
1 ,2 3 6

11,205
895
637
2 2 ,1 4 6
539
3 ,1 7 7
1 ,1 0 2
6 ,1 1 0
1 ,363
6 ,1 1 9
589
1 ,184
4 ,4 6 0
6 ,3 2 4
7 ,5 6 2
217
7 ,5 8 5
3 ,6 3 2
1 ,473
2 ,0 7 9
1,6 5 2
1,341

269
214
42
855
1,0 3 9
90
402
222
72
523
6
389
209
568
251
104
644
382
219
70
261
250

19,913
200
250
11,257
457

6 ,9 3 5
100
100
138
175
500

36

1 ,7 0 4

388,218
32,870
5 7 ,965
374,531
220,962
87,244
44 ,5 3 2
6 7 ,966
12,472
4 6 ’ 165
4 ,1 2 0
11,567
3 4 ,6 3 2
40,045
22,881
3 ,3 7 1
40,948
16,689
8,6 8 0
44,531
16,974
9 ,1 9 4

On
d em and,
se c u r e d b y
s to c k s a n d
b ond s.

25 ,2 2 4
25 ,5 0 8
9 ,6 3 3

445,936
46,440
18,242

58,516
3 2 ,558
8 ,070

1,0 7 4 ,9 0 7
286,561
71,867

60 ,3 6 5

510,618

99,144

19,704
1 ,0 8 5
4 ,2 7 8
11,409
2 0 ,7 0 9
4 ,0 5 5
1,2 5 3
2 ,8 8 1
429
2 ,3 6 2
233
166
2 ,7 5 5
1 ,0 7 *
1 ,7 8 2
6
1 ,0 3 4
543
931
1,751
480
146

51,261
14,596
9 ,0 1 6
64,391
58 ,2 6 2
15,369
12,885
3 ,3 6 5
459
2,371
501
92
2 ,0 9 7
1,6 1 2
184
11
2 ,1 6 8
106
102
7 ,604
69
57

11,677
1,2 9 8
1 ,516
10,971
2 ,0 3 5
2 ,6 5 7
770
1 ,256
1 ,226
1,713
706
750
7,0 1 4
2 ,4 8 0
438
1 ,466
5,5 6 1
196
1 ,0 3 8
524
178
751

T o t a l..................................................

S eem ed b y
im p r o v e d
real esta te
under
a u t h o r it y
o f se c . 24,
Federal
r e ser v e,
a c t.

A c c e p t­
ances of
o th e r
b a n k s d is ­
c o u n te d .

A c c e p t­
a n c e s of
t h is b a n k
p u r c h a se d
or d is ­
c o u n te d .

T o ta l.

CENTRAL R E SERV E CITIES.

'

OTHER R E SERV E CITIES.

B o s t o n ............................................................
A lb a n y ...........................................................
B u f f a l o . . .......................................................
P h ila d e lp h ia ...............................................
P i t t s b u r g h ...................................................
B a lt im o r e .....................................................
W a s h in g to n ................................................
R ic h m o n d ............................... . .................
C h a r le s to n ....................................................
A t la n t a ................................................. 1 . . .
S a v a n n a h .....................................................
B ir m in g h a m ...............................................
N e w O r le a n s ................................................
D a l l a s . . ....... .................................................
F o r t W o r t h ................................................
G a lv e s t o n .....................................................
H o u s t o n . ......................................................
S a n A n t o n io ...............................................
W a c o ...............................................................
L o u is v ill e .....................................................
C h a tta n o o g a .......................... ......................
M e m p h i s . . . ................................................




10
145
97
77
211
103
57

17
77

157
104
155
58
108
48
35
7
46
77
2

842
25

110

38
41

60

67

20

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE

S ecu re d b y
r e a l-e sta te
m o r tg a g e s
or o th e r
lie n s o n
r e a lty n o t
in a ccord ­
a n c e w it h
sec. 24,
F ederal
re ser v e
a c t.

O n t im e ,
p ap e r
w it h o n e
or m ore
in d iv id u a l
or firm
n a m e s (n o t
secu red b y
c o lla te r a l).

N e w Y o r k C i t y ........................................
C liic a g o ..........................................................
S t . L o u is .......................................................

C itie s, S ta te s , a n d T er r ito r ie s.

O n tim e ,
se c u r e d b y
s to c k s a n d
b on d s.

O n t im e ,
s e cu red b y
o th e r
p erson al
s e c u r itie s ,
in c lu d in g
m erchan ­
d is e ,
w a r e h o u se
r e c e ip ts ,
e tc .

On
dem and,
secu red b y
o th e r
p erso n a l
s e c u r itie s ,
in c lu d in g
m erchan ­
d is e ,
w a r e h o u se
re c e ip ts,
e tc .

On
d em and,
paper
w it h o n e
or m o re
in d iv id u a l
or firm
n a m e s (n o t
se c u r e d b y
c o lla te r a l).

a
d
w

&
«

SS
z
A
k!

5SD
4, e

3 ,9 3 5
14,015
18,271
4 ,8 8 7
4 ,7 6 6
5 ,2 2 9
3 ,4 7 1
21 ,5 6 2
5 ,5 8 7
14,601
8 ,8 0 0
11,483
3 ,8 2 4
4 ,2 2 7
520
2 ,1 7 6
15,751
1,0 8 4
2 ,4 8 7
5 ,6 1 6
301
269
2 ,6 7 5
1 1 ,455
1,164
1 ,6 1 4
2 ,5 2 2
6 ,2 9 1
2 ,7 8 2
2 ,9 9 6
956
3 ,6 1 2
11 ,3 2 6
1,7 6 0
1 1 ,770
1,3 5 8
4 ,8 2 0

333,441

115,281

1 ,5 6 4 ,3 2 6

4 7 0,630

267,329

894,059

2 1 4 ,4 2 5

2 ,9 9 7 ,6 6 1

9 6 2 ,2 3 6

M a in e .....................................................
N e w H a m p s h ir e ..............................
V e r m o n t ..............................................
M a s s a c h u s e tts ..................................
R h o d e I s la n d ....................................
C o n n e c t ic u t .......................................

5,045
4,427
3,5 3 6
6,553
570
7,865

6,155
4.807
1.807
9,688
1,921

2 3 ,778
11,835
13,447
101,816
21,329
53,711

3 ,6 4 5

20,585

639
450
706
2 ,7 3 3
2 ,7 7 0
1 ,0 2 3

N e w E n g la n d S t a t e s ___

27,996

44,963

8 ,3 2 1

225,916

704
2,611
55
1,335
6 ,8 7 6
840
410
3 ,3 5 0
205
81
424
871
31
357
941
1,5 4 7
9,4 0 3
414
491
759
10,762
5 ,1 1 8
38,289
980
1,931

6 ,1 1 8
2 ,3 2 6
44,234
475
1,977

T o t a l.........................................

236,964

T o ta l a ll r e se r v e c i t i e s . .

4 ,3 7 9
2,8 7 1
4 ,3 8 3
2 ,4 3 5
982
208
414
6 ,3 1 0
9 ,9 0 6

1,868

727
10,362
20,158
5,5 5 3
6 ,5 2 7
1,1 5 8
1 ,7 0 2
625
401
7 ,1 5 2
5 ,4 1 3
1,852
747
784

342
7 ,1 1 9
5 ,4 5 9
525
476
1 ,2 2 3

1,001
2 ,0 2 4
743
2 ,0 8 8
5 ,4 5 6
487
749
645

8

20

168
5 ,5 6 9
481
99
1 ,4 0 5
75
64
223
2 ,3 4 7
4
312

213
7 ,0 6 0
733
35

211
994
4 ,2 5 7
113
232

2,010

1,888

100

42
266
286
1 ,5 1 6
1 ,3 8 8
333
2 ,7 6 3

88

2 ,9 9 2
4 ,6 3 5
1,7 2 0
1 ,3 7 5
853
4 ,6 7 6
2 ,2 2 5
3 ,3 1 5

218
3 ,8 9 5
1 3 ,8 3 6
1 5 ,128
1 ,1 7 9
3 ,7 5 2
904
7 ,1 3 0
4 8 ,5 4 4
1 ,1 7 0

2,666
2 5 ,4 1 6
3 ,9 4 2
1,2 4 4
6 ,4 0 5
1 6 ,554

402
35
168
172
108
153

268

10

49

49
613

66

23
336
28

450
168
444
298
135
239
208
79
227
486
9
90
547
46

23
27

633

2,220

10

6
392
185

2,101

20
200

644
653
82
137
159
411
35
3
144
30

13

50

23,446
77,426
137,223
29,013
30,425
40,481
15,283
6 4 ,344
17,168
79,694
102,669
67,818
15,297
23,737
2 ,711
20,484
135,109
17,067
12,253
70,314
6 ,4 6 8
3 ,4 9 4
16.190
47,038
4 ,6 6 4
8 ,8 9 9
16.191
32,239
4 3 ,672
19,462
6 ,4 3 6
40,383
78,823
15,549
193,499
6 ,3 2 4
20,445

2

10

18
626
29
257
367
71
726
589
512
1 ,0 9 0
1 ,9 2 2
230
1 ,4 9 5
33

15
573
4
81
107

212

24

305 ,9 2 6

1 9 ,7 9 0

8 ,3 2 8

3 6 ,6 9 3

1 6,915

3 ,1 2 8 ,2 9 4

4 5 8,354

2 2 ,3 4 5

8 ,3 2 8

140,760

3 9 ,734

6 ,0 0 5 ,2 3 1

1,0 8 9
524
982
4 ,2 2 3
1,344
1,6 4 0

390
187
373
1,664
113
1,1 4 6

353
162
515
463
7
256

416
85

2,314
37,044
4,857
23 ,2 0 2
73 ,2 8 2

9 ,8 0 2

3 ,8 7 3

1 ,7 5 6

886
2 ,2 8 4
6 ,9 8 1
7 ,1 7 4
3 ,5 0 8
3 ,3 0 7
293
3 ,8 7 9
4 ,4 2 7
3
5 ,5 5 9
495
1 ,9 6 5

122

11

948
50

407

10
131
133
24

275

10

i,9 6 3

2 ,4 6 3

10

112'

COUNTRY BANKS.




2,220

488

685
50
642

41,510
24,833
23,714
165 209
32,961
110,558

998

1,878

398,785

136
34
340

W

te

hj
o
W
H
O

tel

a
tel

COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

938
1 ,8 8 9
1 ,8 3 5
1 ,2 8 7
7 ,5 1 5
130
398

14,181
3 5 ,8 5 2
8 4 ,2 3 5
13,596
1 3 ,285
25 ,5 2 4
5 ,4 2 1
3 5 ,6 3 9
9 ,6 0 9
4 5 ,2 0 4
5 6 ,8 3 9
3 6 ,021
7 ,1 9 9
1 1 ,415
988
9 ,0 7 6
50 ,4 1 2
12,665
6 ,4 6 3
3 1 ,9 4 8
1 ,7 6 9
1 ,7 8 2
6 ,1 6 4
14,314
2 ,5 4 6
2 ,4 7 8
3 ,6 7 4
1 4 ,759
2 0 ,1 7 2
11,548
3 ,0 0 4
2 6 ,5 6 6
4 2 ,2 2 4
4 ,8 0 1
80,201
2 ,8 4 3
9 ,0 0 6

N a s h v i l l e ,.........................................
C in c in n a t i..........................................
C le v e la n d ............................................
C o lu m b u s ..........................................
T o le d o ................................................
I n d ia n a p o lis ......................................
P e o r i a .. . ............................................
D e t r o i t ................................................
G r an d R a p i d s ..................................
M ilw a u k e e .......................................
M in n e a p o lis .......................................
S t . P a u l ...............................................
C ed ar R a p i d s ....................................
D e s M o i n e s ......................................
D u b u q u e .............................................
S io u x C i t y ........................................ .
K a n s a s C it y , M o ....... .....................
S t . J o s e p h ...........................................
L in c o ln ............................................... .
O m a h a ................................................ .
K a n s a s C it y , K a n s .......................
T o p e k a .................................................
W ic h i t a .............................................. .
D e n v e r .................................................
P u e b lo .................................................
M u s k o g e e ............................................
O k la h o m a C i t y ................................
T u ls a ......................................................
S e a t t le ................................................. .
S p o k a n e ...............................................
T a c o m a ................................................
P o r t la n d ..............................................
L o s A n g e l e s . . ..................................
O a k la n d ...............................................
S a n F r a n c is c o ...................................
O g d e n ....................................................
S a lt L a k e C i t y .................................

146

O n t im e ,
p aper
w it h o n e
or m o re
in d iv id u a l
or firm
n a m e s (n o t
secu red b y
c o lla te r a l).

2 9 ,003
14', 995
44'790
807
3 ,6 2 7

34,834
35,334
52'235
1,143
5,013

4,1 1 8
1,468
3,8 6 5
122
254

E a s t e r n S t a t e s ...............................................

93 ,2 2 8

128,559

V ir g i n i a ...........................................................................
W e s t V ir g i n i a ..............................................................
N o r t h C a r o lin a ...........................................................
S o u t h C a r o lin a ............................................................
G e o r g ia .............................................................................
F l o r id a .
.
................................
A la b a m a ........
..............................................
M is s is s ip p i......................................................................
L o u is ia n a .............
.............................................
T e x a s ...............................................................................
A r k a n s a s .........................................................................
K e n t u c k y .......................................................................
...............................................
T e n n e s s e e ..........

3 ,8 1 2
2 ,7 8 2
1,511
1,3 1 6
2 ,2 2 0
1 ,8 5 6
1,8 5 8
513
802
12,976
1,077
4 ,6 1 6
1,8 8 6

S o u th e r n S t a t e s ............................................
O h io ...................................................................................
............................................................................
I lli n o i s ..............................................................................
.........................................
M ich ig a n
.
W is c o n s in ......................................................................
M i n n e s o t a . . . . .............................................................

O n t im e ,
se c u r e d b y
s to c k s a n d
b o n d s.

O n tim e ,
secu red b y
o th e r
p erson al
s e c u r itie s ,
in c lu d in g
m erchan ­
d is e ,
w a r e h o u se
r e c e ip ts ,
e tc .

S ecu re d b y
r e a l-e s ta te
m o r tg a g e s
or o th e r
lie n s o n
r e a lt y n o t
i n a cc o rd ­
a n c e w it h
se c . 24,
F ederal
re se r v e
a c t.

Secured b y
im p r o v e d
real esta te
u nd er
a u t h o r it y
o f sec. 24,
Federal
r e ser v e,
a c t.

180,105
118,992
237,865
4,317
2 2 ,8 2 2

3 9 ,585
27,981
5 9 ,000
680
4 ,1 8 9

7,281
1,463
6 ,8 9 2
243
1,274

4,234
3 ,4 2 3
6,4 2 5
149
377

9,827

564,101

131,435

17,153

3,434
5,1 6 2
926
646
775
1,5 0 8
271
250
109
2,1 4 0
105
3,2 3 5
419

3,8 3 5
264
1,321
1,945
2,83 0
2 ,23 0
2,7 3 0
1,114
2,374
9,840
2,7 0 9
535
394

77,797
48,644
39,025
2 2 ,915
24,801
2 5 ,167
2 0 ,909
12,627
2 1 ,615
99,642
18,634
41,710
31,162

2 3 ,042
16,904
11,396
6 ,5 4 2
3 ,6 8 3
5 ,8 4 3
3,3 6 1
1,9 2 5
4 ,2 5 2
14,988
3,2 6 7
8 ,3 1 8
5,5 6 1

37 ,2 2 5

18,980

32,121

484,648

3 0 ,313
11,335
23,004
3 ,4 8 3
5,8 3 7
11,900

24,247
3,694
5,057
5,593
2,121
2 ,2 0 9

3,0 3 1
1,610
2,084
640
1,003
3,188

113,065
9 0 ,350
136,711
42,994
6 0 ,956
7 7 ,776

N e w Y o r k ......................................................................
N e w J e r s e y ..
..................................................
P e n n s y lv a n ia .. .
........................... .................
D e la w a r e ........................................................................
M a r y la n d ........................................................................

C itie s, S t a t e s , a n d T er rito ries.

county

A c c e p t­
an ces of
o th e r
b a n k s d is ­
co u n ted .

A c c e p t­
an ces of
t h is b a n k
p u r c h a se d
or d is ­
c o u n te d .

1,491
1,082
2 ,4 9 4
53
601

461
304
192

954
161
344

* 27

302,066
205,263
414,108
7,519
38,184

14,608

5,7 2 1

1,0 1 7

1,491

967,140

6 ,1 9 8
1,963
12,907
13,245
11,028
6 ,6 0 5
11,369
3,1 8 4
3,4 5 7
61,688
6,227
3 ,4 7 2
4,1 0 8

1,0 5 8
1,129
645
721
1,0 8 6
1,771
1,568
677
487
5 ,1 3 2
600
1,040
637

1,7 4 2
517
861
927
797
1 ,0 0 6
936
436
363
1,7 5 8 '
575
1,379
924

25
113
184
249
148

120,943
77,483
69,151
48,506
47,378
45,980
43,100
20,828
33,466
210,698
33,290
64,380
45,091

109,082

145,451

16,551

28,934
14,902
14,966
11,200
12,462
10,662

5 ,5 4 3
5 ,3 0 2
2 4 ,260
3,8 7 8
7 ,0 6 8
2 5 ,3 0 5

3,491
I n d i3,1 2 0
ana
3,7 0 6
1,328
1,276
5 ,6 2 9

T o ta l.

b a n k s — c o n t in u e d .




«

5
375
10

104
102
7
384
30
42

2 ,1 5 0
66
33

12,221

853

3,174

860,306

7,071
5,637
7,021
3,5 6 4
4,904
8 ,3 1 9

89
230
244

366
131
88
7
85
37

216,150
136,311
217,141
72,637
95,868
145,140

156
115

REPORT OP THE COMPTROLLER OP THE CURRENCY.

On
d em and,
secu red b y
s to c k s a n d
b o n d s.

On
dem an d,
secu red b y
o th e r
p e r so n a l
s e c u r itie s ,
in c lu d in g
m erchan ­
d is e ,
w a r e h o u se
r e c e ip ts,
e tc .

On
dem an d,
paper
w it h o n e
or m o re
in d iv id u a l
or fir m
n a m e s (n o t
se c u r e d b y
c o lla te r a l).

Iowa......................................................
Missouri.................................................

18,666
4,1 7 6

2 ,3 0 3
970

2 ,8 1 8
672

111,098
21,827

Middle States................................

108,7.14

46,194

15,046

654,777

8 ,9 7 0
1 ,835103,931

3 ,9 1 3
859

3 ,1 5 9
1,012

219

33
5

165,396
37,478

91,695

2 3 ,322

40,687

1,0 5 3

752

1,086,171

2 ,0 0 7
1,441
1,100
1,632
1,548
256
607
271
877

33
14
50

29
139
18
326
179
28

316

1,014

57,232
58,437
76,869
93,416
57,198
25,385
52,043
24,619
99,697

413

1,733

544,896

178
10
261

37,600
35,388
139,237
33,885
4,376
7,678
12,027
44

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

2,9 2 6
2,1 0 2
4,499
5,415
7,442
478
2 ,5 5 5
1,878
4,960

258
152
252
2,051
980
63
888
239
852

839
494
564
1,382
1,447
80
1,2 5 5
672
2 ,26 5

23,207
29,809
45,277
45,507
23,658
8,561
24,989
10,010
30,892

1,831
4,174
1,948
4,114
2 ,4 3 6
2 ,5 6 3
3 ,9 1 9
1,594
7 ,1 8 5

2 2 ,440
18,707
22,257
31,731
17,889
12,944
17,000
9 ,6 3 0
49,881

3 ,6 6 2
1,405
904
1,258
1,619
412
830
325
1,4 5 5

Western States..............................

32,255

5 ,7 3 5

8 ,9 9 8

241,910

2 9 ,764

202,479

11,870

9 ,7 3 9

Washington...........................................
Oregon,,,..............................................
California.,.............................................
Idaho.,.,...............................................
Utah............... ......................................
Nevada.................................................
Arizona..................................................
Alaska (member banks)..........................

4,203
7,333
34,284
3,214
369
2,611
1,551

453
628
•7,533
160
134
750
371

1,617
1,107
6,5 0 0
497
31
888
745

2 1 ,603
16,240
60,115
18,954
2,5 4 1
1,639
6,2 5 0
25

2 ,3 7 6
1,650
11,627
1,0 8 3
625
286
682

4,9 8 5
6,6 9 5
10,995
8,841
*428
923
2 ,0 5 9

1,1 0 2
1,138
3 ,7 3 6
452
65
190
196
7

1,0 8 3
587
4,161
621
183
390
146
5

Pacific States.................................

53,565

10,029

11,385

127,367

18,336

34,926

6 ,8 8 6

7 ,1 7 6

Alaska (nonmember banks)....................
Hawaii (nonmember banks)...................

252
201

28
1,526

55
34

207
669

10
18

44

19
12

3

7

25
63

i
27
88

477

270,235
615
2,463

Nonmember banks........................

453

1,554

89

876

28

44

31

3

Total country banks......................

353,436

256,014

85,787

2 ,2 9 9 ,5 9 5

465,858

501,550

77,141

7 7 ,303

4,4 2 2

9 ,505

4,130,611

Total United States.......................

620,765

1 ,1 5 0 ,0 7 3

300,212

5 ,2 9 7 ,2 5 6

1 ,4 2 8 ,0 9 4

959,904

9 9 ,486

85,631

145,182

49,239

10,135,842

147




3,078

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

14,217
6 ,1 2 2

148

R a ilr o a d
b on d s.

O th er
p u b lic s e r v ic e
co r p o r a tio n
b o n d s.

A ll o th e r
bonds

C la im s ,
w a r r a n ts ,
e tc .

Judg­
m en ts.

C o lla te r a l
tru st a n d
o th e r
co r p o r a tio n
n o t e s .1

O th er
fo reig n
s e c u r itie s .

S to c k s,
o th e r
th a n
F ederal
R eserv e
bank.

T o ta l.

y

-

CENTRAL RESERVE CITIES.

F o r e ig n
govern­
m en t
b o n d s .2

C h ic a g o ..............1 .......................................
S t . L o u i s ....................................................

49
23
6

454,981
5 6 ,2 6 6
3 0 ,5 2 3

33,873
7,438
1 ,2 5 4 .

90,767
3 ,4 6 3
2 ,8 9 8

21,334
5 ,1 1 3
1 ,4 2 8

35 ,2 0 0
6 ,1 5 4
1 ,4 9 6

263
245
717

8
24

3 0 ,5 9 4
5 ,9 5 8
1,4 4 7

70,212
6,8 3 1
1,701

6,441
422
68

2 ,5 7 6
2 ,2 0 0
713

746,241
94,098
42,269

T o t a l ......................................

78

5 4 1,770

42,565

9 7 ,128

2 7 ,875

4 2 ,850

1 ,2 2 5

32

37,999

78,744

6 ,9 3 1

5 ,489

882,608

15
3
2
30
21
12
14
7
5
5
2
2
3
5
5
2
6
8
6
7
2
3
5
8
6

24,351
5,5 9 3
17,567
48 ,5 3 6
5 3 ,147
1 1 ,370
1 5 ,064
9 ,9 7 3
4 ,1 5 7
8 ,2 8 7
1 ,0 7 0
5 ,6 0 6
8 ,1 0 6
1 0 ,7 2 3
5 ,7 7 9
624
11,808
6 ,9 5 5
3 ,5 1 6
9,7 8 8
5 ,799
1,8 4 2
6 ,1 3 8
18,537
15,351

2 ,5 8 8
1,986
1,937
4 ,4 9 4
3 ,3 6 4
3 ,7 3 9
1,3 0 3
316
630
380
79
197
989
134
148
100
483
139
7
789
41
323
412
5 ,1 7 5
1,191

4 ,6 9 6
2,1 7 9
8 ,0 0 8
16,211
2 0 ,883
1 ,6 8 5
5,1 9 3
958
412
78

5,6 3 4
1,374
1 ,1 6 8
11,223
8 ,8 9 8
2,0 3 7
2 ,3 8 3
407
197
105

18
56
827
388
300
18
3
53

32
5
3
149

4 ,6 7 4
836
3 ,9 1 8
1 1 ,520
5 ,2 8 2
989
1 ,7 0 9
472
78
32

12
53

3 ,3 6 2
1,368
3 ,4 1 0
6 ,7 9 5
10,291
1 ,2 2 3
563
637
579
33
45
84
200

499
314
716
2 ,9 8 7
1 ,2 4 4
35
60
10
63

232
42

5 ,6 0 2
2 ,2 5 3
5 ,1 4 6
7,1 2 5
1 6 ,920
1 ,4 2 0
799
647
204
198
7
653
94
344
25
104
756
74
1
174
286
99
521
1 ,1 9 3
2 ,6 1 4

3 ,0 1 7
324
512
1,384
3 ,0 3 9
278
110
511
204
146
201
1
65
17
27
30
72
52
5
288
90
20
30
695
' 606

54,441
16,283
43,209
110,695
123,373
22,797
27,336
13,984
6 ,524
9,260
1 ,402
7* 464
9,6 1 6
11,283
6 ,486
929
13,695
7,419
3,747
18,194
7,274
2 ,335
9 ,680
35,352
26,299

OTHER RESERVE CITIES.
B o s t o n ................................... : ....................
A l b a n y ....................................................
B u f f a lo . . .................................................
P h ila d e lp h ia ............................................
P it t s b u r g h .................................................
B a lt i m o r e ..................................................
W a s h in g to n ..............................................
■Richm ond
...........................
C h a r le s t o n .............................................
A t la n t a ........................................................
Rava.finfi.h
................................
B ir m in g h a m ...........................................
"M
aw O r lean s
.
_
.
D a lla s
....................................
P o r t W o r th . . . ..................................
G a lv e s to n
..
..............
H o u sto n
.........................................
Sa,ri A n to n io
W a c o ........................................................
L o u is v ille
...........................................
C h a tta n o o g a .............................................
M e m p h is
___
N a s h v i l l e . ; . . ...........................................
C in c in n a t i......... .......................................
C le v e la n d ................................ .................




9
'6
108
2,601
269
10
428'
3 ,6 9 0
1 ,8 6 5

28
5
2,0 6 0
150
26
535
917
434

1
144
67
10
97
62
136

24
1
3
61

-

13
613
2
12
152
49
21

511

55

16
3
103
6

400
50
2
1,044
325
244
2 ,1 8 3
850

390
200
592
271

245
25

636
2 ,7 3 6
2 ,6 5 0

481
171
717

REPORT OP TPIE COMPTROLLER OP THE

C itie s , S t a t e s , a n d T e r r ito r ie s.

U n it e d
S ta te s
S ta te .
b ond s,
N um ­
co u n ty , an d
li b e r t y
b er of
lo a n b o n d s , m u n ic ip a l
b ank s.
a n d c e r tifi­
b o n d s.
c a te s of i n ­
d e b te d n e s s .

a
d

a

Ki

8
4
6
4
3
3
5
6
6
2
3
3
6
14
4
4
9
2
3
4
5
2
4
5
7
6
3
1
5
12
2
9
4
6

7,5 6 8
8,078
14,964
5,3 6 5
6,7 8 2
6 ,3 6 3
11,348
10,863
10,812
1,5 4 4
4 ,8 8 0
h0Q 0
2 ,5 0 4
11; 889
3 '4 9 8
2 ,140
9,591
805
1,320
721
8 ,3 1 5
1,4 6 8
1,621
2 ,5 5 2
3 ,2 2 9
8 ,1 3 5
5 ,9 6 3
1 ,9 9 7
9 ,7 6 5
17,082
2 ,9 0 7
35 ,9 8 2
1,334
4 ,8 2 0

3,978
2 ,1 2 9
667
729
3,1 8 8
378
2 ,3 6 6
1,209
1,807
186
169
249
440
1 ,2 2 0
'103
8
955
386
333
544
3 ,2 9 1
927
146
2 ,3 0 6
360
3 ,4 7 2
1,1 9 9
801
4 ,3 2 3
3 ,7 1 9
1,294
10,' 829
22
451

76
199
1 ,4 9 2
412

287
161
392
86

* 1 ,5 3 1
554
142
5 ,4 1 8
179
289

T o t a l................ ....................

354

536,892

85 ,1 2 8

T o ta l a ll r e se r v e c it ie s

432

1 ,0 7 8 ,6 6 2

M a in e ..............................................
N e w H a m p s h ir e .......................
V e r m o n t ........................................
M a s s a c h u s e tts ............................
R h o d e I s l a n d .............................
C o n n e c t ic u t .................................

63
55
48
141
17
67

N e w E n g la n d S t a t e s .

391

46
140
70
12
5
90
4
7
59
4
200
44
531
265
11
69
301
20
80
3
561
217
48
298
693
1 ,1 1 7
82
242
896
312
17
561
125
1 ,0 4 6

20
56

277
469
221
3 ,0 5 3
10
209

455
1 ,6 6 5
1,0 5 8
709
2 ,3 5 6
539
1 ,1 6 2
768
1 ,1 1 4
642
122
142
274
2 ,0 3 3
86
76
174
46
25
134
1 ,5 7 3
318
49
219
1,0 4 1
1 ,2 6 7
207
622
433
476
95
3 ,1 8 2
71
397

91,753

5 4 ,9 3 6

7 0 ,7 8 9

1 1 ,2 1 8

745

4 0 ,0 8 7

5 3 ,7 6 8

127,693

188, 881

8 2 ,811

113,639

1 2 ,443

777

7 8 ,0 8 6

132,512

19 ,5 8 8

9 ,7 0 2
.10,015
6.8 7 5
42j888
9,268
26,814

1,062
1,275
582
3,8 6 6
1,163
4,3 5 9

4,127
1,686
2,091
6 ,4 7 8
2 ,0 0 9
8,911

10,346
1,837
2 ,1 0 7
9 ,9 2 3
3 ,4 6 7
5,801

3 ,5 7 0
1,242
1,469
7,2 6 0
1,2 5 0
2,9 1 4

20
96
179
85
60
169

2 ,3 3 7
346
245
3 ,6 4 5
1,803
867

2 ,3 5 9
1,224
1,677
5 ,3 1 7
1 , 1C9
3 ,0 9 5

105,562

12,307

25,302

3 3 ,481

17,705

609

9 ,2 4 3

14,781

978
627
206
444
1 ,4 7 8
295
1 ,0 6 2
863
1 ,4 9 2
141
3
65
251
553
221
31
495
139
86
43
1 ,8 2 3
611

524
128
1 ,4 6 9
430
849
595
1 ,5 1 8
643
305
160
25
199
83
394
71
60
88
11
30
3 ,6 0 5
929

15
41

878
60
367
141
395
i , 475
133
323
36

551
667
409
245
1 ,3 0 6
434
712
1 ,3 0 1
880

38
56
789
17
315
147
197
1
9
19
219
444
15

445
314

93

39
6
28
30
36

559
354
55
23
116

7
77
70
722
7
1

120
80
64
267
860
482
49
76
772
1 ,6 0 7
1 ,0 1 7
60
850
76
56
3 ,4 4 0
50
113

108
40
30
891
152
35
5
92
225

209
173
64
3
65
89
378
884
418
1
143
357
67
3
129
1 ,4 3 3
2
96
17

1 5 ,225
13,738
20,104
8 ,0 9 5
1 6,739
8 ,9 3 0
2 0 ,2 2 2
1 6 ,6 7 2
16,801
2 ,7 3 2
5 ,8 1 7
1,7 0 0
4 ,4 4 5
17,600
4 ,3 1 9
2 ,3 8 4
11,919
1,5 3 5
2 ,1 8 1
1,7 7 2
22,911
5 ,4 6 0
2 ,1 3 8
5 ,8 4 2
6 ,5 7 5
17,900
9 ,3 5 2
3 ,9 6 2
18,220
23,017
4 ,8 2 0
6 5 ^693
1 ,8 2 6
7 ,3 8 7

13

140
234
240
129
245
18
1 ,800
28
48

12,657

1 9 ,137

977,110

24 ,6 2 6

1 ,8 5 9 ,7 1 8

1 ,3 2 2
780
429
1,9 0 8
348
698

348
148
84
1,300
48
444

35,193
18,649
15,738
82,670
20,525
54,072

5 ,4 8 5

2 ,3 7 2

706

in c lu d e s $754,000 b o n d s o f G e r m a n a n d A u s tr ia n G o v e r n m e n ts.

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226,847

9
7

COUNTRY BANK S.

1 F ir s t s h o w n in re p o r ts o f c o n d itio n for M ar. 4 ,1 9 1 8 .

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'TROLLER OP THE CURRENCY.

C o lu m b u s .......................................
T o l e d o . . . . - ....................................
I n d ia n a p o lis ..................................
P e o r ia ...............................................
D e t r o i t . . . . . . ................................
G r a n d R a p i d s ..............................
M ilw a u k e e ............... ......................
M in n e a p o lis ...................................
S t . P a u l . . .......................................
C ed ar R a p i d s ................................
D e s M o i n e s ....................................
D u b u q u e .........................................
S io u x C i t y . ....................................
K a n s a s C it y , M o .........................
S t . J o s e p h .......................................
L in c o l n .............................................
O m a h a . . .........................................
K a n s a s C it y , K a n s ...................
T o p e k a ..............................................
W i c h i t a ............................................
D e n v e r ..............................................
P u e b l o ..............................................
M u s k o g e e .........................................
O k la h o m a C i t y ......................... ..
T u ls a ..................................................
S e a t t le ...............................................
S p o k a n e ......................................... ..
T a c o m a ............................................
P o r t la n d ..................................... . .
L o s A n g e le s ...................................
O a k la n d ...........................................
S a n F r a n c is c o ..............................
O g d e n ................................................
S a lt L a k e C i t y .............................

150

country

R a ilr o a d
b o n d s.

O ther
p u b lics e r v ic e
co rp o ra tio n
b o n d s.

A ll o th e r
b o n d s.

C la im s,
w a r r a n ts ,
e tc .

Judg­
m e n ts.

C o lla te r a l
tr u s t a n d
o th e r
co r p o r a tio n
n o te s .

F o r e ig n
govern­
m ent
bond s.

O th er
fo reig n

securities.

S to c k s,
o th e r
th a n
F ederal
R eserve
bank.

T o ta l.

b a n k s — c o n t in u e d .

N e w Y o r k ..................................................
N e w J e r s e y ................................................
P e n n s y lv a n ia ..........................................
D e la w a r e ....................................................
M a r y la n d ...................................................

425
202
782
20
83

90,954
5 0 ,7 5 0
141,495
2 ,8 1 7
9 ,7 5 6

13,699
13,564
23,369
271
2,1 5 3

44,304
31,382
76,104
1,060
4,769

19,492
23,932
58,243
1,823
5,8 4 4 ,

20 ,5 9 2
12,152
44,932
633
3,6 9 7

643
1,1 4 9
1,6 5 9
10
80

60
50
1 ,2 0 2
6
92

7,0 1 2
5 ,8 8 6
22,927
1,059
1,366

17,349
7 ,2 0 2
2 1 ,3 1 8
349
907

o, 584
2 ,5 6 2
9 ,8 3 6
143
592

1,999
1,085
4,933
18
164

221,688
149,714
406,018
8,189
29,420

E a s te r n S t a t e s ......... * ...............

1 ,5 1 2

295,772

53,056

,157,619

109,334

8 2 ,0 0 6

3,541

1,410

3 8 ,250

47,125

18,717

8 ,1 9 9

815,029

V ir g i n i a ......................................................
W e s t V ir g i n i a .........................................
N o r th C a r o lin a .......................................
S o u t h C a r o lin a .......................................
G e o r g ia ........................................................
F l o r id a ........................................................
A la b a m a .....................................................
M is s is s ip p i.................................................
L o u is ia n a ...................................................
T e x a s ............................................................
A r k a n s a s ....................................................
K e n t u c k y ..................................................
T e n n e s s e e ..................................................

142
116
81
76
90
56
89
33
28
511
72
125
96

26,228
17,929
15,242
12,823
11,585
15,132
14,663
7,077
7,701
49,930
9 ,046
21,172
11,954

2,187
1,373
1,062
485
287
3,191
1,531
3,023
881
2,4 1 5
772
1,365
387

1,517
1,911
145
16
184
1,238
670
361
79
521
3
1,142
85

1,288
1,660
102
13
66
404
146
46
69
312
31
986
133

1,557
3,7 9 4
613
256
234
1,038
872
360
201
1,010
315
852
673

71
108
27
70
148
464
628
97
418
1,159
467
649
399

29
207
23
3
21
84
11
16
16
195
38
67
61

1,315
774

251
436
144
10
109
188
85
101

2
30
308
120

2 ,8 2 6
1,733
735
301
170
1,204
250
306
59
163
352
579
205

201
10
86
133

399
502
221
192
398
228
139
18
23
307
44
150
41

37,668
30,427
18,314
14,169
13,382
23,481
19,741
11,707
9,447
56,215
11,108
27,356
14,191

180
310
746
302

S o u th e r n S t a t e s ........................

1,515

220,482

18,959

7,872

5 ,2 5 6

11,775

4 ,7 0 5

771

4,087

8 ,8 8 3

1,754

2 ,6 6 2

287,206

O h io ..............................................................
I n d ia n a ........................................................
I lli n o i s .........................................................
M ic h ig a n ....................................................
W is c o n s in ..................................................
M in n e s o ta ..................................................
I o w a ..............................................................
M isso u r i......................................................

343
252
442
99
142
282
338
107

5 0 ,857
42,177
56,753
18,762
2 4 ,779
2 1 ,206
34,063
10,501

30,054
5,246
11,806
10,368
6,841
5,179
1,573
1,249

6,110
4,229
3,987
2,529
2,725
837
630
288

3,824
5,9 7 9
7,6 2 3
4,169
5 ,6 5 0
603
1,277
140

10,537
5 ,4 5 8
6 ,8 2 8
5,2 1 9
5,2 2 4
2 ,5 3 3
1,204
437

528
307
2 ,6 7 8
792
457
3,3 0 1
2 ,3 1 2
373

128
74
308
86
29
38
66
58

2 ,5 6 3
1,637
2 ,0 5 9
1,572
944
321
101
31

6,151
2 ,3 3 8
1,996
3 ,9 0 3
1,148
1,127
455
226

3 ,6 6 3
1,343
694
2 ,2 1 0
484
264
180
58

997
415
680
249
137
116
739
61

115,412
69,203
95,412
49,859
48,418
35,525
42,600
13,422

M id d le S t a t e s . . . .......................

2,0 0 5

259,098

21,335

29,265

37,440

10,748

787

9,2 2 8

17,344

8 ,8 9 6

3,3 9 4

469,851




72,316 |

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY,

C itie s , S t a t e s , a n d T e r r ito r ie s.

U n it e d
S ta tes
S ta te ,
b ond s,
N um ­
lib e r t y
co u n ty , an d
b er of
lo a n b o n d s , m u n ic ip a l
b ank s.
a n d c e r tifi­
b o n d s.
c a te s o f i n ­
d e b te d n e s s .

165
125
178
225
126
38
115
43
324

7,145
8,769
15,020
18,047
7,855
4,442
9,370
3,478
19,940

370
413
821
2,377
2,516
400
3,032
365
2 ,4 2 2

115
201
64
298
148
156
631
87
6

148
85
47
546
501
168
1,519
27
53

359
741
152
487
535
358
1,275
175
385

1,606
979
835
662
1,663
456
1,062
115
2,0 3 1

23
16
24
45
49
24
9
46
103

I
I
;
|

30
70
58
75
75
97
374
56
25

293
261
297
930
320
459
674
20
114

110
45
93
190
125
72
374
24

11
86
22
20
58
22
216
31
21

10,210
11,666
17,433
23,707
13,845
6,654
18,536
4,424
2 5 ,1Q0

W e s te r n S t a t e s ..........................

1,339

94,066

12,716

1,706

3,094

4,467

9,4 0 9

339

860

3 ,3 9 8

1,033

487

131,575

W a s h i n g t o n ,...........................................
O r e g o n .........................................................
C a lifo r n ia ....................................................
I d a h o . . . , ....................................................
U t a h .............................................................
N e v a d a ........................................................
A r iz o n a ..................
A la s k a (m e m b e r b a n k ) ............

70
78
247
68
14
10
18
1

8,305
7,358
33,313
6,620
1,044
2,2 8 0
2.7 3 2
11

2,856
1,736
16,010
745
126
588
845

735
270
2,051
15
17
199
23
41

236
235
3,3 8 5
93
13
20
34
2

658
226
3,123
172
45
372
324
36

760
982
1,049
1,638
84
6
326

23
65
ICO
38
5
1
15

186
10
542
54

1,253
171
1,681
174
52
168
10
16

227
143
238
133

35
56
733
52
7
33
4

15,274
11,252
62,225
9,734
1,393
3,686
4 313
7106

P a c ific S t a t e s ..............................

506

61,663

22,906

3,351

4,018

4,956

4,8 4 5

247

792

3 ,5 2 5

760

2
3

519
961

15
■ 416

41
28

35
43

10

3

431

19

920
—

A la s k a ('n n n m e m b e r b a n k s').
H a w a ii ( n o n m e m b e r b a n k s ) . . .

10

107,983
-

633
1,448

N o n m e m b e r b a n k s .................

5

1,480

69

78

10

3

T o t a l c o u n tr y b a n k s .............

7,2 7 3

1 ,0 3 8 ,1 2 3

192,691 [

217,254

184,526

158,359

33,860

3,5 5 4

6 2 ,460

95,066

36,645

18,034

2^040,570

T o t a l U n i t e d S t a t e s ...............

7 ,7 0 5

2 ,1 1 6 ,7 8 5

320,384 j

406,135

267,337

271,998

46,303

4,331

140,546

227,578

56,233

42 ,660

3,90 0 ,2 9 0

2,081

151




10

REPORT OF TH E COMPTROLLER OP TH E CURRENCY.

N o r t h D a k o t a .........................................
S o u th D a k o t a . . ................................ ....
N e b r a s k a ................................................. ..
K a n s a s ......... ................. - ..........................
M o n ta n a ................................. ................. W y o m in g .......... , , ............... . .................
C o lo ra d o ......................................................
N e w M e x ic o .............................................
O k la h o m a ..................................................

152

N O V . 20, 1917.
[In th o u s a n d s o f d o lla r s.]

Cities, States, and Territories.

I n d iv id ­
u al de­
p o s it s
s u b je c t
to c h e c k .

C ertifi­
c a t e s of
d e p o s it
d u e in
le s s th a n
30 d a y s.

N e w Y o r k C i t y ........................
C h ic a g o .........................................
S t. L o u is ......................................

1, 444,160
342,809
7 0 ,660

31,460
4 ,5 4 0

C en tra l r e se r v e c it ie s

1 ,8 5 7 ,6 2 9

36,828

B o s t o n ...........................................
A lb a n y ..........................................
B r o o k ly n .....................................
P h i l a d e l p h i a . . .........................
P i t t s b u r g h ................................ .
B a lt im o r e ....................................
W a s h in g to n ................................
R ic h m o n d ..........................- - . .
C h a r le s to n ...................................
A t l a n t a ............: ..........................
S a v a n n a h ....................................
B ir m in g h a m ..............................
N e w O r le a n s ..............................
D a l l a s ............................................
F o r t W o r t h ................................
G a lv e s t o n ...................................
H o u s t o n .......................................
S a n A n t o n io ..............................
W a c o ..............................................
L o u is v ill e ....................................
C h a tta n o o g a . ; .........................
N a s h v i l l e .....................................
C in c in n a t i.......................... —
C le v e la n d ....................................
C o l u m b u s . . . ....... ......................
I n d i a n a p o li s ..............................
D e t r o it ...........................................




241,443
10,944
20.641
301,864
218,155
5 4 ,607
5 0 ,247
30,451
4,4 6 3
30 ,1 3 0
1,3 5 6
10,843
23,338
33.641
18,503
1,933
2 9 ,858
17,470
8,5 2 9
2 1 ,032
10,199
12,809
52, 737
88,113
2 3 ,4 7 6
29 ,6 0 9
5 9 ,9 8 5

2 ,3 2 0
19
142
6 ,0 9 8
973
451
596
828
26
1,6 9 0
115
655
1,2 8 0
194
486
76
1,646
160
23
1,0 9 7
452
908
872
913
1,335
455
4 ,1 9 7

C ertified
c h e c k s.

C a sh ie rs’
S ta te
ch eck s
and m u­
o u t­
n ic ip a l
sta n d ­
d e p o sits.
in g .

D e p o s its
s u b je c t to
n o t ic e of
le s s t h a n
30 d a y s .

D iv i­
O th e r
dem and
d en ds
u n p a id . d e p o s it s .

T o ta l.

C ertifi­
S ta te
c a te s of
P o sta l
O th er
d e p o s it a n d m u ­
t im e
s a v in g s
d ue on
n ic ip a l
d e p o s its . d e p o s its .
or a fte r d e p o s its .
30 d a y s.

T o ta l.

1,608
1,0 2 7
27

101

4 ,7 3 9 1 ,6 8 1 ,8 5 5
360,871
307
16
7 2 ,770

2 4 ,422
5 ,1 3 7
5 ,8 6 7

1,7 8 6
25

20

19,677
3 ,0 6 9
429

44,936
7,114
9,4 5 5

90,821
15,345
15,751

992

2 ,6 6 2

131

5 ,0 6 2 2 ,1 1 5 ,4 9 6

35,426

1,811

23,175

61,505

121* 917

200

777

5
5
1
41
8
12
4
1

249,705
18,494
2 1 ,7 7 0
323,382
222,237
57,925
52,050
31,688
4,5 6 4
32,086
1,475
11,633
27,203
35,220
19,283
2,027
32,675
17,891
8,7 6 5
22.729
10.729
13,882
56,847
90,115
26,417
3 0 ,823
64 ,9 3 4

5 ,9 3 0

1,881
81
1,663
1,483
2,2 9 2
183
255
189
31
46
12
129
139
295
116
27
100
146
7
265
20
968
875
489
658
165
1 ,8 4 2

1 0 ,5S7
5 ,735
161
2 ,766
21,752
2 ,255
7,384
10,702
5,3 4 3
9 ,438
727
6,0 6 6
856
1,483
1,749
2 ,2 5 0
6,7 6 8
842
720
1,669
6,6 1 4
Si 413
5 ,533
1,680
2 ,4 8 2
236
42

18,398
5,816
1,837
5 ,819
25,130
3,718
9,697
11,134
6 ,127
9 , 6S4
795

73,991
2 ,5 1 3
54

125,204
9,265
1,165

592
400

76,558

135,634

2 ,2 8 6
115
241
1,7 9 6
531
941
153
218
14
77
4
21
52
21
16
2
28
9
12
145
19
67
326
368
77
127
394

2,674
14
635
4,031
1,839
524
717
90
40
188
89
232
1,360
278
16
1,137
226
201
261
58
75
1,484
527
128
448
350

T im e d e p o s its .

2,434

102
297
1,3 9 0
12

100

6 ,4 4 6
433

10

4,9 6 3
8
3 ,1 0 6
321

21
1
25
2 ,2 6 8

1
4
6
1

191
1,4 0 7
184
851
133

3
1
23
21
10
2
51
1

34

25

548
7

13
1 ,5 7 0
1,0 8 6
940
1,574
243
753

200
56
5
658
155
168
104
1 ,3 7 6
526
343
3 ,6 1 8
1.902
1,1 7 4
497
1,381
3 ,8 3 2
1 ,8 9 9
4 .9 0 3

340
484

6,200
1,653
1,843
2,033
2,381
8,244
1,514
1,070
5 ,552
8 ,5 3 6
5 ,555
6,905
3,550
6 ,9 7 2
2 ,3 0 0
6 ,7 8 7

REPORT OF TH E COMPTROLLER OF TH E CURRENCY.

D e m a n d d e p o s its .

601
412

74
1 ,9 3 5
3 ,3 4 3
68
373
205
899
6 ,0 5 9
337
216

628
5,164
294
657

1,774
32
21

A ll o th e r r e se r v e c i t i e s .

2 ,0 6 4 ,6 1 4

58,501

12,024

3 9 ,258

25,011

9 ,2 6 7

A ll r e se r v e c i t ie s .

3 ,9 2 2 ,2 4 3

95,329

88,582

174,892

26 ,0 0 3

11,929

27,543
24,187
12,290
141,039
26,589
100,223

801
1,054
257
3,074
3,0 8 3
4,281

48
52
17
569
160
764

144
238
119
326
146
236

1,220
726
286
366
949
254
389
464
2,6 5 4
954
30
282

1,668

289
205
136
2
30
1
42

111
2
26
325
5
41
160
4
10
11
75
338
28
19
75

202

341
2 ,3 4 7
752
28
167
44
449
2 ,7 8 3
417
199

3 9 ,6 6 5
6 1 ,593
4 9 ,1 4 0
4 ,6 7 9
9 ,1 8 8
1,9 8 9
8 ,3 5 3
6 8 ,275
7,3 6 9
7,154
4 3 ,607
3 ,4 9 0
4 ,1 6 9
8 ,6 5 0
4 1 ,0 3 3
7 ,9 0 2
8 ,1 4 2
16,288
3 0 ,399
33 ,7 7 0
11,374
7 ,1 7 5
32,226
5 1 ,660
157,163
4 ,9 5 8
15,061

7 ,4 9 8
5 ,5 5 8
2 ,1 7 2
933
940
524
1 ,0 8 2
3 ,6 3 3
1 ,1 8 7
83
4 ,9 1 5
95
48
2 ,8 3 0

12,091 2 ,2 2 1 ,0 2 1

265
47

106,061

1 ,3 3 0

17,153 4 ,3 3 6 ,5 1 7

141,487

3,1 4 1

329
543
84
2 ,7 9 6
694
3,5 7 4

203
7
14
51

2,020
100
155
364
981
34
722
475
404
626
208
47
1 ,0 1 6
1,8 5 6
4 ,3 8 5
219
497

52
105

27

119
2 ,0 4 8
442
2 ,3 4 0

24

111
112

659

2 ,9 5 6
1,5 3 6
5 ,0 5 3

56
826
36
155

233

386

8,686
1 ,9 3 5
1 ,5 5 5
1,3 1 8
5 ,0 4 2
4 ,8 5 5
2 ,7 3 5
351
1,4 5 7
2 ,0 8 4
6 ,8 3 9
554
2 ,2 4 6

125
33
298
50

3,228

21,605
14,707
7,433
3 ,0 5 8
2 ,8 6 3
926
2 ,5 7 7
5,5 1 0
2 ,6 8 9
624
7 ,130
544
189
3,109
17,159
2,614
2,044
3,4 6 9
6 ,488
14,587
11,551
3,248
13,996
19,119
18,709
1,696
5,848

2 4 ,293

231,058

362,742

4 7 ,4 6 8

292,563

484,659

33,451
2,217
13,655
30,367
6,393
12,297

35,404
3,204
14,205
34,419
8,227
17,674

1 .3 2 8
468
738
8
177
20
51
641
56
26
400
233
30
47
419
416
8
74
30
1 .3 2 8
157
730
942
172
1 ,1 3 3
20
374

1 2 ,7 7 9
8,681
4 ,523
2 ,117
1,746
382
1,444
1,236
1,446
515
1,815
216

111
232
8,054
263
481
. 2,077
1,416
8,2 7 9
8,6 5 9
2,167
11.564
16.565
10,687

1,122

COUNTEY BANKS.
M a in e .........................
N e w H a m p s h ir e .
V e r m o n t ..................
M a s s a c h u s e tts ___
R h o d e I s l a n d ____
C o n n e c t ic u t ............

13
44
37
2 ,9 9 0
322
4

122
214

18
53
127

2 8 ,557
25 ,7 0 8
12,743
148,285
3 0 ,322
105,657

1,624
504
466
1,230
1,1 4 0
1 ,8 0 3

26

331,871

12,550

1,610

1 ,2 0 9

214

320

88

3 ,4 1 0

351,272

6 ,7 6 7

26

8,020

98,380

113,193

N e w Y o r k ........................
N e w J e r s e y .....................
P e n n s y lv a n ia .................
D e la w a r e ..........................
M a r y la n d .........................
D is t r ic t o f C o lu m b ia .

328,334
205,098
341,889
8 ,8 2 3
22,960
1,106

23,601
6,534
26,799

1,146
1,979
1,396
63
157
1

575
1 ,0 2 3
2 ,3 3 4
1
38

8,9 1 1
92
511

75
17
199
1
13
9

1,734
151
6,4 6 7
881
6

365,026
224,447
393,941
9 ,7 7 6
2 4 ,588
1,116

2 7 ,560
1,3 6 9
9 0 ,999
406
1,968

45
5
171

208

650
9 ,5 5 3
14,346
7
64

5,277
4 ,2 8 3
9,191
181
29

115,735
76,125
232,505
3,362
32,545

148,617
81,782
332,866
S, 949
34,552

E a s te r n S t a t e s .

908,210

58,076

4,742

3,9 7 1

9 ,7 2 2

2 4 ,6 2 0

314

9 ,2 3 9 1 ,0 1 8 ,8 9 4

122,302

231

18,961

460,272

REPORT OF TH E COMPTROLLER OF TH E CURRENCY,

85479°—c t j r 1918—v o l 2-

38,359
56,419
44,861
4,581
8 ,4 1 5
.1 ,6 3 3
6,9 4 9
59,237
6 ,6 1 3
6 ,7 1 3
40,034
2,6 5 8
3,6 7 6
7,747
38,942
7,6 1 0
6,901
13,290
26,800
29,511
10,337
6,7 1 5
26,510
47,380
138,474
4,3 7 7
13,495

M ilw a u k e e ....................
M in n e a p o lis ................
S t . P a u l ........................
C edar R a p i d s ..............
D e s M o in e s .................
D u b u q u e ......................
S io u x C i t y ...................
K a n s a s C it y , M o —
S t. J o s e p h ....................
L in c o l n .........................
O m a h a ...........................
K a n s a s C it y , K a n s .
T o p e k a ..........................
W ic h it a .........................
D e n v e r ..........................
P u e b lo ...........................
M u s k o g e e .....................
O k la h o m a C i t y ------T u l s a . ............................
S e a t t le ...........................
S p o k a n e ........................
T a c o m a .........................
P o r t la n d .......................
LOs A n g e le s ................
S a n F r a n c is c o ............
O g d e n ............................
S a lt L a k e C it y ......... .

601,766

N e w E n g la n d S t a t e s .




1,142

Or

CO

154

N O V . 20, 1917— C o n tin u e d .
[In th o u s a n d s o f d o lla r s.]

I n d iv id ­
ual de­
p o s it s
s u b je c t
to c h e c k .

C ertifi­
c a t e s of
d e p o s it
d u e in
le s s t h a n
30 d a y s .

V ir g in ia .....................................................................
W e s t V ir g in ia .......................................................
N o r t h C a ro lin a ......................................................
S o u t h C a r o lin a ......................................................
G e o r g ia ......................................................................
F l o r id a .......................................................................
A la b a m a ....................................................................
M is s is s ip p i...............................................................
L o u is ia n a .................................................................
T e x a s ..........................................................................
A r k a n s a s ...................................................................
K e n t u c k y .................................................................
T e n n e s s e e .................................................................

6 9 ,509
55', 075
42," 247
27,531
34 ,4 4 2
29 ,1 3 2
3 9 ,590
21,137
28,381
2 2 6,089
2 8 ,8 4 8
4 9 ,8 7 3
4 2 ,021

5 ,5 2 3
5,3 0 9
4' 787
742
1,438
2 ,4 4 5
880
1,017
1,786
6 ,3 2 2
3 ,9 4 6
2 ,0 5 6
5,9 8 4

355
115
34
42
56
111
34
41
38
165
42
90
61

402
226
885
509
623
902
197
264
309
1,949
216
106
462

5
1,297
189
607
293
72
16
32
78

S o u th e r n S t a t e s ......................................

693,875

4 2 ,235

1,184

7 ,0 5 0

O h io ............................................................................
I n d i a n a ......................................................................
I lli n o i s ........................................................................
M ich ig a n
................
................................
W is c o n s in .................................................................
M in n e s o ta .................................................................
I o w a ............................................................................
M i s s o u r i.. . .............................................................

179,294
9 9 ,2 7 5
148,641
4 5 ,669
4 5 ,5 3 2
6 6 ,2 8 9
70,163
32 ,0 7 5

31,112
22,401
3 0 ,436
6,283
6 ,5 1 5
9,6 0 1
12,691
2 ,4 0 6

711
208
433
105
80
121
87
9

686,938

121,445

2 5 ,982
26,891

5,7 6 7
5,921

C itie s , S t a t e s , a n d T e r r ito r ie s.

COUNTRY

C a sh iers’
D e p o s its
S ta te
ch e c k s
s u b je c t to
and m u­
o u t­
n o t ic e of
n ic ip a l
sta n d ­
le s s th a n
d e p o sits
in g .
30 d a y s .

D iv i­
O th er
dem an d
dends
u n p a id . d e p o sits.

T o ta l.

C ertifi­
c a te s of
S ta te
O th er
P o sta l
d e p o s it a n d m u ­
s a v in g s
t im e
d ue on
n ic ip a l
d e p o s its . d e p o s its .
or a fte r d e p o s its .
30 d a y s .

T o ta l.

b a n k s — c o n tin u e d .

M id d le S t a t e s .........................................
N o r t h D a k o ta

C ertified
ch ecks.

T im e d e p o s its .

_

.........................

South Dakota.......................................




34
429
44

121
64
24
40

6
7
6
12
3
6
34
3
17
35
21
10
5

97
104
271
52
22
651
159
3
36
631
1,5 7 4
45
10

7 5 ,936
61,564
48,274
2 8 ,890
3 6 ,596
34,547
41,091
23,107
3 0 ,860
235,384
34,727
5 2 ,2 3 6
48,661

15,925
18,542
9 ,2 4 3
3 ,0 3 3
5 ,3 8 4
3 ,0 2 6
2 ,5 9 6
4 ,004
1,6 6 2
10,591
2 ,0 8 3
7 ,3 5 6
8 ,5 3 0

127

3 ,0 9 6

613

165

3 ,6 5 5

751,873

9 1 ,9 7 5

646
728
626
130
269
1,640
572
100

5,4 5 5
122
635
96
2
460
19
210

248
120
389
223
38
270
484

45
12
23
8
4
4
9
6

261
1,593
1,384
653
254
129
898
174

217,772
124,459
182,567
52,944
52,879
7 8 ,282
8 4 ,7 0 9
35,464

1,754

4,711

6,999

1,7 7 2

111

5 ,3 4 6

8 2 9,076

47
42

739
491

i

55
506

3 2 ,772
33,907

10
299
2
7
3
8
35

182
55

417
624
50
13
69
547
104
135
61
336
254
154
247

2 4 ,526
15,879
9,181
11,860
4,644
17,834
6,4 4 5
2 ,2 3 0
5 ,2 8 5
7,734
1,260
5,1 1 2
5,1 6 0

40,868
35,045
18,478
14,906
10,097
21,597
9,145
6,309
7,008
18,661
3,597
12,622
14,064

321

3,0 1 1

117,150

212,457

4 1 ,703
25 ,7 8 4
46,504
18,234
36,274
60,697
61 ,3 8 5
6 ,8 3 9

544
10
240
165
2
20
1,3 6 7

4,5 3 7
1,729
2 ,8 5 3
1,399
1,0 6 6
1,121
311
227

65,396
23,920
62,262
54,589
33,418
23,027
14,770
1,736

112,180
51,443
111,859
74,387
70,760
84,865
77,833
8,8 0 2

297,420

2 ,3 4 8

13,243

279,118

592,129

40
73

2 ,5 5 2
3 ,3 4 9

28 172
25,655

2 5 ,5 8 0
22,233-

4
190

REPORT OF T H E COMPTROLLER OF THE

D e m a n d d e p o s its .

O

3
§
taj
6
Kj

REPORT OF TH E COMPTROLLER OF TH E CURRENCY.
155




Cl
P E C . 31, 1917.
( I n th o u s a n d s o f d o lla r s .)

C ertifi­
I n d iv id ­
c a te s of
ual de­
d e p o s it
p o s it s
d u e in
s u b je c t
le s s t h a n
to check.
30 d a y s .

C ertified
c h e c k s.

N e w Y o r k ................. — ___
C h ic a g o .........................................
S t . L o u is ......................................

1 ,6 6 2 ,7 2 8
3 5 0 ,1 9 7
7 9 ,7 4 9

3 8 ,2 8 0
3 ,5 4 8

1,221

141,435
4 ,8 2 4
137

C e n tr a l r e se r v e c it ie s

2 ,0 9 2 ,6 7 4

4 3 ,0 4 9

146,396

7 9 ,453

3 ,3 3 9
156
1,493
1 ,3 1 2
836
166
556
11
79
2

” 2 ,8 1 2
70
4 ,2 6 6
2 ,5 8 0
344
251
420
142

102

100

132
87
3
35
27
36
8
81
14
40
228
502
243
153
967

135
2 ,9 7 0
4 ,2 0 9
42
1 ,5 8 2
231
230
126
253
62
1,341
650
367
670
573

Cities, States, and Territories.

B o s t o n ....................................1 ..
A l b a n y . . . ..................................
P h il a d e lp h ia ..............................
P i t t s b u r g h ..................................
B a lt i m o r e ....................................
W a s h in g to n ...............................
R ic h m o n d ...................................
C h a r le s to n ...................................
A t l a n t a .........................................
S a v a n n a h .....................................
B ir m in g h a m ..............................
N e w O r le a n s ..............................
P a l l a s ............................................
P o r t W o r t h ................................
G a lv e s t o n ....................................
H o u s t o n . . ................................ ..
S a n A n t o n io ..............................
W a c o ..............................................
L o u is v ill e .....................................
C h a t t a n o o g a ............................
N a s h v i l l e .....................................
C in c in n a t i...................................
C le v e la n d .....................................
C o lu m b u s . ; ...............................
I n d i a n a p o li s ..............................
D e t r o i t . ........................................




2 6 1 ,4 5 0
1 1 ,9 0 7
3 0 8 ,8 6 8
221 ,1 7 7
6 2 ,0 6 2
5 7 ,5 0 6
3 0 ,6 5 5
4 ,4 0 6
3 1 ,8 1 7
1 ,5 3 0
12 ,2 1 1
3 3 ,0 1 5
3 0 ,0 6 8
1 2 ,8 0 3
2 ,2 6 1
3 1 ,1 7 6
1 8 ,4 9 2
8 ,5 6 5

22,200
9 ,2 7 8
12 ,9 6 2
5 2 ,1 7 8
9 5 ,8 3 9
2 4 ,4 2 8
3 1 ,4 3 7
6 2 ,1 3 6

1 ,9 6 8
21
3 ,6 1 6
1 ,1 1 9
663
1 ,0 0 4
553
26
1 ,4 7 8
108
531
1 ,1 4 2

888
1 ,0 8 6
72
1 ,5 9 9
168
57
1 ,2 7 2
462
777
658
949
1 ,7 9 6
514
3 ,2 6 2

C a sh iers’
S ta te
ch ecks
and m u­
o u t­
n ic ip a l
sta n d ­
d e p o sits.
in g .

6 5 ,055

11,012

11,995
109

T im e d e p o s its .

D e p o s its
s u b je c t to
n o t ic e o f
le s s t h a n
30 d a y s .

1 ,2 0 8

O th e r
D iv i­
d em and
den ds
u n p a id . d e p o sits.

866

2 ,7 7 8
1 ,8 4 1

27

212

12,104

2,101

4 ,8 3 1

200
1,446
250
390
1,068
250
300

400

706
31
148
338
556
137
208
78
146
4
45
229
114
158

3 ,3 8 6

222
6
1 ,8 1 0

245
1,9 0 6
184
929
92

6*564'
733

75
96
175
138
19
10
5
108
7
69
186

T o ta l.

C ertifi­
c a te s of
S ta te
P o sta l
O th er
d e p o s it a n d m u ­
s a v in g s
t im e
due on
n ic ip a l
d e p o sits. d e p o sits.
or a fte r d e p o s its .
30 d a y s .

9 ,4 4 1 1 ,9 3 2 ,9 2 0
3 7 2,911
514
8 4 ,7 4 8
16

2 9 ,6 4 8
5 ,6 4 8
5 ,4 4 2

9 ,9 7 1

2 ,3 9 0 ,5 7 9

10
1 0 ,5 8 9
3 ,1 9 6
250

2 7 0 ,8 8 5
2 4 ,2 2 0
328,401
2 2 7,899
6 5 ,5 2 9
5 9 ,3 9 4
3 2 ,6 9 2
4 ,6 6 3
3 3 ,7 4 2
1 ,6 5 0
1 2 ,989
3 6 ,4 6 3
3 4 ,1 2 7
18 ,2 5 9
2 ,4 1 0
3 4 ,4 5 9
19 ,0 4 8
9 ,0 3 5
2 4 ,0 6 2
10 ,0 2 6
13,851
5 6 ,3 1 6
9 8 ,2 3 2
2 7 ,9 9 5
3 2 ,9 3 5
6 7 ,9 7 7

..8 0

25

225
*853'

T o ta l.

21,861
3 ,3 7 9
423

4 2 ,204
15,259
9 ,1 1 8

95,409
24,286
14,983

4 0 ,7 3 8

2 5 ,6 6 3

6 6 ,581

134,678

4 ,5 4 4

1 ,9 2 9
79
1 ,4 6 3
2 ,5 5 1
179
264
199
31
45
11
130
156
204
123
26
96
143
7
255
18
29
794
501
659
159
1 ,8 2 2

11,096
5 ,3 3 9
2 ,9 7 2
25,084
2 ,3 5 8
7,8 5 3
10,791
5 ,4 3 7
9 ,6 9 2
762
6 ,2 0 7
822
1 ,4 0 7
1,8 1 8
2 ,2 6 3
6,8 3 1
860
739
1 ,7 3 7
7 .241
4 .2 4 2
5 ,1 8 0
1,7 7 9
2 ,4 9 3
233
94

17,569
5 ,4 1 8
5 ,677
28,560
3 ,7 8 5
9,7 3 0
11,447
6 ,2 8 9
9,937
830
6 ,3 5 6
1 ,756
1,7 4 5
2,5 0 7
2 ,3 7 2
8,4 0 6
1,527
1 ,067
5 ,3 8 3
9,1 2 7
5,6 8 3
6 ,5 2 3
3 ,6 2 5
6 ,3 4 1
2 ,3 6 6
7 ,1 0 8

1 ,2 4 2
925
908
1 ,1 7 9
267
821

200
57
19
778
134
566
83
1 ,4 7 9
524
321
3 ,3 9 1

1,868
1 ,4 1 2
549
1 ,3 4 5
3 ,1 8 9
1 ,9 7 4
5 ,1 9 2

1 ,6 9 6

340
434
190

REPORT OF TRIE COMPTROLLER OP TH E CURRENCY,

D e m a n d d e p o sits.

12,047
2 2 .939
32', 478
10,155
6 ,6 7 4
2 5 ,4 3 9
4 9 ,7 5 5
141,232
4 ,3 6 5
13,657

80
1,7 2 1
4 ,0 2 6
92
372
188
803
5 ,7 8 1
348
230
1 ,2 1 6
668
296
462
1 ,2 4 9
196
365
313
2 ,2 4 6
1 ,2 4 0
23
341
1 ,5 7 5
2 ,0 6 7
4 ,5 3 4
315
414

17
152
6
8
11
53
509
151
9
84
165
1 ,8 2 5
18
28

All other reserve cities

2 ,1 1 6 ,1 2 7

5 6 ,9 5 0

1 4 ,822

All reserve cities.........

4 ,2 0 8 ,8 0 1

99 ,9 9 9

M a i n e ................................. ..
N e w H a m p s h ir e ......................
V e r m o n t .......................................
M a s s a c h u s e t t s ................. ..
R h o d e I s l a n d ............................
C o n n e c t ic u t .................. .............

2 7 ,1 0 7
24;517
1 2 ,152
129,809
2 6 ,8 8 8
105,482

N e w E n g la n d S ta te s .

4 0 ,3 1 3
5 6 ,341
4 7 ,5 1 8
4 ,6 7 8
8 ,3 0 8
1 ,7 6 2
7 ,4 1 5
5 7 ,4 9 8
7,3 0 3
7,3 2 3
39,961
3 ,3 6 6
4 ,1 6 9
7 ,9 0 8
3 8 ,429
7,9 8 1

6,686

324
187
133
1
22
13
150
3
7
338

507
2 ,4 4 2
696
39
153
21
143
4 ,2 0 3
403
218
1 ,6 1 4
88
56
353
1 ,2 5 8
81
506
649
2 ,1 7 3
1 ,2 8 8
269
108

365

21
101

20

175

89
546
172
34
63
20
55
308
10
21
93
10
11
10
92

764
1 ,3 7 5
1
210
47
14
196
16
1
25
85

4 2 ,0 7 7
6 2 ,9 7 7
5 2 ,5 6 7
4 ,8 4 4
9 ,1 2 8
2 ,1 3 9
8 ,4 4 3
6 8 ,1 3 6
8 ,0 6 7
7 ,8 1 9
4 3 ,2 3 8
4 ,1 3 3
4 ,5 3 2
8 ,9 5 0
4 1 ,2 6 5
8 ,2 6 4
7 ,7 5 9
15 ,0 2 6
2 7 ,9 6 2
3 8 ,1 8 3
10 ,9 3 2
7 ,2 5 0
3 0 ,4 5 0
5 6 ,6 0 5
158,865
4 ,9 4 4
1 5 ,099

7 ,0 7 4
5 ,0 0 3
2 ,4 5 0
908
938
528
1 ,1 1 8
3 ,5 3 6
1 ,1 8 9
75
4 ,3 3 4
92
45
2 ,6 1 9
8 ,1 1 5
1 ,6 4 9
1 ,4 0 0
1 ,4 8 3
5 ,1 9 0
4 ,6 5 7
2 ,5 2 3
320
1 ,2 9 6
2 ,5 1 4
5 ,9 2 1
723
2 ,5 5 1
10 1 ,2 1 8

139
1 ,9 8 6
505
2 ,5 8 1
145
112
2 ,5 3 7
2 ,3 0 2
6 ,2 2 5

1 ,4 9 3
17

55
19
41
87
36
6
147
179
315
20
29

4 8 ,0 8 2

2 6 ,1 8 3

9 ,3 0 8

6 ,2 5 4

1 9 ,187 2 ,2 9 6 ,9 1 3

161,218

127,535

3 8 ,2 8 7

1 1 ,4 0 9

1 1 ,0 8 5

820
989
208
3 ,3 7 7
2 ,5 9 0
4 ,2 2 0

41
44
39
476
190
497

324
208
145
464
400
406

3 2 5,955

12,204

1,2 8 7

N e w Y o r k ...................................
N e w J e r s e y ................................
P e n n s y lv a n ia ............................
D e la w a r e . . . ' . . ..................
M a r y la n d ....................................

3 1 3,872
214,503
345,823
9 ,3 0 8
2 2 ,8 7 7

2 2 ,3 7 8
5 ,9 3 2
25,644

E a s te r n S ta te s

906,383

153
85
743
238

13,078
8,9 3 7
4,7 3 5
2,100
1 ,808
422
1,491
1 ,317
1,5 2 5
525
1 ,7 9 2
187
107
595
8 ,431
278
532
1 ,6 8 5
1 ,353
8,3 6 0
8,867
2 ,2 9 0
12,426
17,053
11,231
1 ,197
3 ,2 9 9

2 1 ,4 9 5
1 4 ,418
7 ,8 9 2
3 ,0 1 6

1 ,4 5 4

2 1 ,9 3 8

240,951

365,561

3 ,1 5 0

2 9 ,1 5 8 4 ,6 8 7 ,4 9 2

668
2 ,0 5 2
2 ,4 9 8
226
716

1
5

1 ,3 4 3
478
707
8
142
19
49
642
53
25
407
234
29
47
425
410
6
80
28
1 ,3 1 2
157
731
974
225
1 ,1 4 0
20
374

47 ,6 0 1

307,532

500,239

334
547
81
2 ,8 3 8
702
3 ,5 9 8

.3 4 ,5 6 0
2 ,0 6 0
13,880
28,681
6 ,5 0 3
11,878

35 ,5 5 5
3 ,1 0 8
14,522
32 ,6 2 5
8,1 5 0
17,575

125
65
300

2,888
969
2 ,6 5 8
5 ,4 9 5
2 ,7 6 7
625
6 ,5 3 3
513
181
3 ,2 6 1
16,971
2 ,3 3 7
1,9 3 8
3 ,2 4 8
6,5 7 1
14,454
11,547
3 ,3 4 1
14,761
20,092
18,292
1,940
6 ,2 2 4

COUNTRY BANKS.




101

169
132
140
323
93
447

8
17
42
2 ,8 9 0
583
89

-2 8 ,4 6 9
2 6 ,0 0 8
1 2 ,740
137,418
3 0 ,7 4 4
111,142

661
501
561
1 ,0 8 0
945
2 ,0 9 9

28

14
51

1 ,9 4 7

28

167

1 ,3 0 4

3 ,6 2 9

3 4 6,521

5 ,8 4 7

26

8,100

97,562

111,535

869
464
2 ,5 1 9
6
87

7 ,7 4 7
295
308

264

243

1 4 ,720
114
64

1 ,3 5 8
643
1 ,3 3 3
43
147

1 ,6 8 7
245
7 ,4 9 2
247
98

3 5 0 ,7 5 0
235 ,9 7 6
3 9 9 ,0 0 5
9 ,7 4 9
2 4 ,801

27 ,0 2 3
1,551
9 1 ,9 0 4
416"
2 ,1 5 5

317

1 ,1 9 6

2 ,5 7 5
3 ,2 0 8
1 ,1 6 6
31
89

14

4 ,8 2 9
4 ,3 3 3
9 ,2 3 6
182
27

113,653
74,616
231,258
3 ,520
33,032

145,822
80,500
332,432
4 ,1 1 8
3 5 ,228

5 5 ,1 5 0

7,0 6 9

3 ,9 4 5

8 ,5 9 3

2 5 ,8 4 8

3 ,5 2 4

9 ,7 6 9 1 ,0 2 0 ,2 8 1

365

18,607

456,079

REPORT OF TH E COMPTROLLER OF TH E CTJRRENTCY,

Milwaukee...........................
Minneapolis.........................
St. Paul...............................
Cedar Rapids.......................
Des Moines..........................
Dubuque.............................
Sioux City............................
Kansas City, Mo..................
St. Joseph............... ............
Lincoln................................
Omaha.................................
Kansas City, Kans...............
Topeka.................................
Wichita................................
Denver.................................
Pueblo.................................
Muskogee.............................
Oklahoma City....................
Tulsa....................................
Seattle................................
Spokane...............................
Tacoma.. . ............................
Portland...............................
Los Angeles.........................
San Francisco......................
Ogden..................................
Salt Lake City.....................

598,100

1

10,686

123 ,0 4 9

"34

Or

158

D E C . 3 1 ,1 9 1 7 — C o n tin u e d .
[In th o u s a n d s of d o lla r s.]

I n d i v id ­
ual de­
p o s it s
s u b je c t
to ch eck.

C ertifi­
c a te s of
d e p o s it
d u e in
le s s t h a n
30 d a y s .

V ir g in ia .....................................................................
W e s t V ir g in ia ........................................................
N o r t h C a r o lin a ......................................................
S o u t h C a r o lin a ......................................................
G e o r g ia ......................................................................
F l o r id a .......................................................................
A la b a m a ...................................................................
M is s is s ip p i...............................................................
L o u is ia n a ..................................................................
T e x a s ..........................................................................
A r k a n s a s ...................................................................
K e n t u c k y ................................................................
T e n n e s s e e .................................................................

6 9 ,2 8 4
5 5 ,6 9 1
4 3 ,291
2 9 ,7 5 0
3 6 ,8 3 8
3 3 ,0 2 3
4 4 ,1 4 2
2 1 ,9 7 9
3 2 ,8 6 0
2 2 3 ,8 5 2
3 0 ,7 7 0
5 5 ,8 3 7
4 3 ,4 8 3

5 ,4 6 4
5 ,6 6 8
4 ,6 6 4
789
1 ,9 5 2
2 ,0 2 4
1 ,0 5 5
1 ,2 8 7
1,811
6 ,7 0 0
4 ,2 7 6
2 ,0 6 3
6 ,0 9 0

267
146
33
80
53
151
29
35
55
333
11
82
40

479
270
671
614
808
660
274
279
365
4,1 2 1
244
110
385

85
1,5 8 5
105
255
411
73
9
25
78

S o u th e r n S t a t e s .......................................

720 ,8 0 0

4 3 ,8 4 3

1,3 1 5

9 ,2 8 0

O h io .............................................................................
I n d i a n a ......................................................................
I lli n o i s ........................................................................
M ic h ig a n ...................................................................
W is c o n s in ................................................................
M in n e s o t a ................................................................
I o w a .............. ..............................................................
M is s o u r i....................................................................

185,719
9 8 ,2 6 0
149,288
4 6 ,1 7 7
4 5 ,5 7 5
6 1 ,2 6 2
7 4 ,236
34,041

3 1 ,055
2 2 ,157
2 9 ,9 5 5
4 ,9 0 2
6 ,2 9 9
9 ,6 7 7
1 3 ,147
2 ,4 8 7

641
225
374
201
88
96
84
10

M id d le S t a t e s ...........................................

694,558

119,679

1 ,7 1 9

C itie s, S t a t e s , a n d T e r r ito r ie s.




C ertified
ch eck s.

C a sh ie rs’
S ta te
ch ecks a n d m u ­
o u t­
n ic ip a l
sta n d ­
d e p o sits.
in g .

39
529
42

T im e d e p o s it s .

D e p o s it s
D iv i­
O th e r
s u b je c t to
dem and
n o t ic e of
d ends
le s s t h a n u n p a id . d e p o s it s .
30 d a y s .

2 5 ,3 4 7
1 5 ,7 5 7
9 ,1 8 2
12,383
5 ,1 0 4
18,088
6 ,4 8 3
2 ,1 4 8
5 ,4 5 2
7,7 4 4
1 ,2 7 3
5 ,024
5 ,5 7 5

42,201
35,364
18,952
15,374
10,471
21,625
9 ,102
5,951
7,151
18,498
3 ,5 9 5
12,508
14,042

671

3 ,0 3 8

119,560

214,834

4 2 ,5 8 0
2 6 ,1 8 7
4 6 ,0 7 7
19 ,1 7 9
3 7 ,1 4 5
6 1 ,3 2 2
61 ,5 2 4
6 ,6 5 5

786
10
240
165

4 ,5 6 3
1 ,7 7 9
2 ,6 0 6
1 ,3 8 9
1 ,0 6 9
1 ,1 5 1
314
225

6 5 ,959
24,584
55,955
5 5 ,083
33,769
2 4 ,7 4 9
15,889
1,7 9 5

113,888
52,560
104,878
75,816
71,983
87,222
77,727
8,6 7 5

3 0 0 ,6 6 9

1,2 0 1

1 3 ,0 9 6

277,783

592,749

182
20

811
230
13
10
20
256
159
37
49
518
275
228
17

7 6 ,9 5 9
6 3 ,1 7 5
4 8 ,9 5 5
3 1 ,4 7 7
39, 941
3 7 ,8 3 0
4 6 ,0 2 5
2 4 ,0 5 0
3 5 ,7 0 6
2 3 7 ,3 5 0
3 5 ,7 0 8
58, 777
5 0 ,3 1 4

1 6 ,4 4 8
19,131
9 ,5 9 5
2 ,9 8 0
5 ,2 9 8
2 ,7 8 5
2 ,5 1 4
3 ,6 7 4
1,641
1 0 ,0 3 3
2 ,0 7 3
7 ,3 3 4
8 ,0 5 9

3 ,2 3 6

662

4 ,5 0 8

2 ,6 2 3

78 6 ,2 6 7

91 ,5 6 5

644
860
511
128
361
1 ,7 3 2
749
136

6 ,8 8 9
107
540
83

13
211

257
122
153
60
153
37
243
464

493
330
686
280
254
388
534
164

257
706
1 ,8 0 7
3 ,3 2 1
99
145
981
253

225, 955
122,767
183,314
5 5 ,1 5 2
5 2 ,8 2 9
7 3 ,5 3 7
8 9 ,9 8 7
3 7 ,7 6 6

5,121

8,0 4 3

1 ,4 8 9

3 ,1 2 9

7 ,5 6 9

8 4 1 ,3 0 7

7
6
37
99

T o ta l.

406
476
175
11
69
618
105
129
58
306
249
150
286

602
343
241
227
179
131
261
141
155
1 ,6 5 4
123
250
201

200

13
298

T o t a l.

C ertifi­
c a te s of
S ta te
P o sta l
O th e r
d e p o s it a n d m u ­
t im e
s a v in g s
d u e on
n ic ip a l
d e p o s it s . d e p o s its .
or a fte r d e p o s it s .
30 d a y s .

___ _____ i!
1
134

415
122

REPORT OP THE COMPTROLLER OP THE CURRENCY,

D e m a n d d e p o sits.

149 1
19
66

46
598
93
569
501
2
47
1
266

30,384
33,274
4 8 ,938
89,451
4 9 ,266
25,030
54,481
19,227
118,164

26,985
2 2 ,456
29, 712
2 3 ,302
16,375
7,0 3 8
14,100
3,8 7 3
10,702

106

39
73
79
378
1,225
220
1,1 0 6
132
228 -

3 ,6 1 7

504

1,7 0 6

2 ,1 2 3

468,215

154,543

196

1,6 3 5
1,0 6 7
9 ,7 4 9
218
20
60
428

661
5
101

279
148
500
128
17
10
93

203
207
439
17
1

5 ,4 2 3
6,0 2 5
10,554
4 ,8 8 6
926
409
937

16
7
381
27

81

3 6 ,495
3 7 ,162
151,482
31,604
3 ,2 5 8
8 ,2 2 0
14,314

948

282,694

29,160

5,2 0 8
5,906
7,7 8 8
8,973
5,252
1,784
5,1 9 2
1,502
5,9 6 3

50
21
29
109
94
136
36
24
102

652
479
685
810
1,035
1,119
807
504
5 ,7 3 2

1
13
35
501
379
397
23
53
2 ,2 1 5

115

W e s te r n S t a t e s ..........

400,273

47,568

601

11,823

W a s h i n g t o n ...............................
O r e g o n ..........................................
C a lifo r n ia .....................................
I d a h o .............................................
U t a h ...............................................
N e v a d a .........................................
A r iz o n a .........................................
A la s k a ...........................................

30,866
31,151
126,884
26,507
2,921
6 ,3 7 8
12, 744
159

2,525
4,3 2 5
8,877
3,854
231
1,681
818

54
39
658
34
2
8
11

272
220
4,2 7 4
846
36
83
139

P a c ific S t a t e s ...............

237,610

22,341

A la s k a ..........................................
H a w a i i ..........................................

1,190
2,251

2 ,640
3,454
2,404
2 ,516
6,907
2,623
3,751
2,204
1,751

29, 664
25,983
32,195
26,231
24,507
9,884
19,009
6,209
12,787

3 ,4 8 0

28,250

186,469

27

1,452
568
2,1 3 7
357
328
297
300

11,355
4,023
34,746
4,2 9 3
1,142
1,935
1,304

18,246
10,623
47,818
9,503
2,396
2,641
2,568

458

5 ,4 3 9

58,798

93,855

49

205
79

378
123

35
3
52

159

27
19

806
3
11

5 ,8 7 0
6
6

13,177
50

767
33

1,1 7 5
3
11

8

1,229
2 ,3 8 9

8

124
44

N onm em ber b a n k s..

3,441

46

14

12

50

33

14

3 ,6 1 8

168

49

284

501

T o ta l c o u n t r y b a n k s

3 ,2 8 9 ,0 2 0

300,831

12,811

3 7 ,998

36,744

2 9 ,4 7 0

15,360

26 ,6 6 9 3 ,7 4 8 ,9 0 3

705,001

2 ,9 1 7

51,809

1 ,038,316

1,79 8 ,0 4 3

T o ta l U n it e d S t a t e s .

7 ,4 9 7 ,8 2 1

400,830

174,029

165,533

75,031

4 0 ,8 7 9

26 ,4 4 5

55,827

846,957

6,0 6 7

9 9 ,410 1 ,3 45,848

2 ,2 9 8 ,2 8 2

159




8 ,4 3 6 ,3 9 5

REPORT OF TH E COMPTROLLER OF TH E CURRENCY.

42
24
89

148
113
96
258
404
46
157
57
427

24,130
26,125
40,146
78,231
4 1 ,486
21,546
48,177
17,062
103,370

N o r t h D a k o t a ...........................
S o u t h D a k o t a ...........................
N e b r a s k a .....................................
K a n s a s ..........................................
M o n t a n a .......................................
W y o m in g ....................................
C o lo r a d o .......................................
N e w M e x ic o ...............................
O k la h o m a ...................................

160

M A E . 4 ,1 9 1 8 .
( I n th o u s a n d s o f d o lla r s .)

C itie s , S t a t e s , a n d T e r r ito r ie s.

C ertifi­
I n d iv id ­
c a te s of
ual de­
d e p o s it
p o s its
d u e in
s u b je c t
le s s t h a n
to ch eck.
30 d a y s .

C ertified
ch ecks.

C a sh iers’
S ta te
ch eck s
and m u­
o u t­
n ic ip a l
sta n d ­
d ep o sits,
in g .

T im e d e p o s its .

D e p o s its
s u b je c t to
n o t ic e o f
le s s t h a n
30 d a y s .

D iv i­
O th e r
den ds
dem an d
u n p a id . d e p o s its .

T o ta l.

C ertifi­
ca tes of
S ta te
P o sta l
d e p o s it a n d m u ­
s a v in g s
n ic ip a l
d ue on
d e p o sits.
or a fte r d e p o s its .
30 d a y s .

N e w Y o r k C i t y ........................
C h ic a g o .........................................
S t . L o u is ......................................

1 ,5 2 4 ,2 8 3
3 1 6 ,2 2 2
72 ,1 7 3

2 7 ,085
3 ,3 8 9
768

99,626
3,7 5 4
57

49,218
9,959
1,60 3

4,3 1 4

1 ,0 0 8
125
27

69
15
56

5 ,5 9 9 1 ,7 1 1 ,2 0 2
333,815
230
74,697
13

35,609
4 ,7 0 7
6 ,0 6 4

5 ,4 9 4

121

2 2 ,5 8 0
3 ,3 7 2
350

C en tral r e se r v e c itie s .

1 ,9 1 2 ,6 7 8

3 1 ,2 4 2

103,437

6 0 ,780

4,435

1 ,1 6 0

140

5 ,8 4 2 2 ,1 1 9 ,7 1 4

4 6 ,3 8 0

5 ,4 9 4

B o s t o n ...........................................
A l b a n y ..........................................
B u f f a l o 1 .......................................
P h il a d e lp h ia ..............................
P i t t s b u r g h ..................................
B a lt im o r e ....... ............................
W a s h in g to n ................................
R ic h m o n d ...................................
C h a r le s to n ...................................
A t l a n t a .........................................
S a v a n n a h ....................................
B i r m i n g h a m . . . . .....................
N e w O r le a n s ..............................
D a l l a s . . .........................................
F o r t W o r t h . . ...........................
G a l v e s t o n . . . . . : . .....................
H o u s t o n .......................................
S a n A n t o n io ..............................
W a c o ........... . . .............................
L o u i s v i l l e 1. . ..............................
C h a tta n o o g a ..............................
M e m p h is 1 ...................................
N a s h v i l l e . ..................................
C in c in n a ti................................... .
C le v e la n d .................................... .
C o lu m b u s ......................................

255,773
1 1 ,280
6 9 ,0 6 0
28 1 ,2 7 6
194,571
5 7 ,4 6 5
5 6 ,8 3 8
3 1 ,337
4 ,2 0 9
3 1 ,4 1 5
1 ,5 7 5
1 1 ,739
2 8 ,894
3 2 ,1 7 3
1 8 ,6 2 6
2 ,0 2 9
3 0 ,6 6 6
18,371
8 ,4 3 3
2 4 ,2 4 9
9 ,0 6 6
7 ,2 0 8
13,903
4 9 ,334
85,150
2 3 ,1 8 8

1 ,9 7 2
51
1 ,4 8 6
2 ,9 2 4
791
557
350
410

1,778
149
819
1,5 9 6
812
901
234
424

2 ,5 3 5

200

233

4
4
3
16

4,491

21

12

1 ,4 2 5
105
510
1 ,6 9 6
235
475
108
1 ,7 3 6
188
96
1 ,0 9 9
471
242
628
568
1 ,5 9 5
1 ,3 9 9

74
1
27
148
20
4
3

2 6 2,510
24 ,0 4 7
7 4 ,235
297 ,8 7 6
198,399
6 1 ,637
57,875
3 2 ,3 2 2
4,281
33,149
1,6 8 2
12,317
3 3 ,432
3 3 ,5 0 9
19,547
2 ,1 7 5
3 3 ,2 8 0
1 8 ,815
8 ,7 6 6
2 6 ,5 0 8
9,837
7 ,6 2 2
14,758
53,952
88,687
26 ,9 8 7




21

22
12
128
27

22
127
303
428
139

21.
49
3 ,0 4 5
1,087
968
142
150
15
233

3 ,3 6 2
2 ,8 1 8
250
267
1,723
149

6 ,9 1 4
863

15
9 ,1 8 0
1 ,8 5 5

8
23

12

150

1
24

2
1

32
357
1,078
441
35
853
208
223
104
273
123
1,521
456
379

9
2 ,3 3 6

1
3
1
4
1

25

2
924

4

26

1

2,220

12
6

1,054
1,6 5 0

4
1

231

1,411
855
832
884
1,9 9 2
265
843

200
51
16
615
71
153
140
1 ,6 7 3
513
330
3 ,4 0 3
1 ,9 1 0
872
1 ,8 4 6
388
1 ,2 3 7
3 ,2 6 7

340
434

O th er
t im e
d e p o s its .

T o ta l.

42,955
15,512
8,927

106,638
23,591
15,341

2 6 ,3 0 2

67,394

145,570

2 ,0 0 4
78
1 ,3 0 7
1,5 3 5
2 ,6 0 4
205
290
240
31
43
13
134
167
192
125
25
93
149

11,627
5 ,3 1 5

6
259
16
149
27
723
510
653

3,3 9 0
25,832
2 ,6 9 6
8,7 2 4
6 ,8 5 6
5,601
10,281
822
6,3 9 7
795
1,4 8 3
2,0 5 4
2,2 5 6
7,4 2 4
869
813
1,824
8 ,0 8 5
4,437
5,3 9 6
2 ,0 0 8
2 ,5 8 9

18,122
5,3 9 3
2 ,7 1 8
5 ,7 8 0
29,268
4 ,1 2 5
11,440*
7,361
6,4 7 5
10,524

886
6,547
1 ,577
1,746
2,3 3 2
2 ,421
9 ,190
1,531
1,149
5 ,4 8 6

10,011
1,021
6 ,3 1 0
6,507
3 ,7 5 5
6 ,5 0 9

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY,

D e m a n d d e p o s its .

17,601
2 8 ,109
9,094
55,702
7,249
45,444
55,612
46,886
4,731
10,637
1,744
7,033
57,427
6,9 0 2
7,7 3 8
39,287
2 ,9 1 5
4,0 0 4
7,332
39,649
5,8 5 5
6,641
14,134
2 4 ,956
35,230
9 ,5 3 4
7,332
2 8 ,316
44,118
8 .7 2 2
12 L 5 2 0
3 ,7 9 9
12,611

2 ,4 4 4
460
1,697
2,777
644
78
1 ,6 0 9
3,1 9 9
76
373
201
840
5,904
348
161
1,233
704
294
627
738
191
329
404
2 ,3 8 9
1,107
25
290
1,362
1,018
191
4,7 9 5
339
494

159
286
81
375
45
250
264
110
1
28
1
35
87
1
26
380
3
1
13
222
5
10
14
69
367
53
23
256
252
169
2 ,3 2 6
15
29

A ll o th e r r e se r v e c itie s .

2 ,1 3 5 ,6 9 2

58,479

14,187

A ll r e se r v e c i t i e s ............

4 ,0 4 8 ,3 7 0

>9,721

401
92
10

1
15
3
1
2
10
3
1

365
54

3
107
3

309
397
2 ,7 5 4
195
1
101
34
10
93

40
1
2

686

1

47
117

169
184
1 ,9 3 0
908
3 ,0 2 8
251
102
1 ,5 4 8
2 ,4 7 5
836
5 ,5 7 3

3
1
2
369
53
3
462

18

423
38
900

25

17

123

2 0 .6 8 4
3 0 ,1 2 3
11,307
5 9 ,646
1 0 ,695
4 6 ,4 8 0
59,887
51,821
4 ,8 6 4
11,578
2 ,1 1 3
8 ,1 9 3
6 5 ,946
7,8 4 7
8 ,1 9 2
4 3 ,090
3,757
4 ,3 3 9
8,891
4 1 ,612
6 ,0 8 8
7 ,7 0 8
16 ,8 8 0
2 8 ,922
41,304
10,475
7,8 3 7
3 2 ,0 6 2
53,179
1 0 ,310
138,336
4 ,2 5 9
1 3 .684

57
1 ,6 7 7
2 ,6 7 2
5 ,9 4 7
3 ,7 7 7
7 ,3 3 0
4 ,6 2 3
1 ,8 7 7
777
937
527
1 ,0 3 7
3 ,1 1 2
1 ,1 3 0
139
4 ,2 5 4
97
42
2 ,7 4 0
8 ,0 5 5
1,591
1 ,6 0 9
1 ,4 4 6
6 ,5 2 7
5 ,0 1 7
2 ,4 7 0
457
1,641
2 ,4 3 7
337
5 ,1 8 0
515
2 ,2 3 9

989
159
71
1,8 1 5
83
1 ,3 2 4
458
627

9,149
258
3,1 4 6
165
4,119
13,063
9,011
4,805
2,214
1,816
407
1,488
1,372
1,459
547
1,898
162
106
474
8,192
297
385
1,509
1,734
8,941
8,572
2,438
12,986
17,325
1,151
9,835
1,230
3,481

10,195
2 ,0 9 4
5,899
7,927
7,979
21,717
14,092
7,309
2.999
2,9 0 4
953
2,573
5 ,135
2 ,6 4 0
708
6,551
501
172
3,2 5 8
16,658
2,291
1 .999
3,0 3 3
8,2 8 6
15,404
11,199
3 ,6 2 8
15,693
20,293
1 ,728
16,094
1,765

390

10

8
151
19
48
651
51

22

118
73
300

399
242
24
44
411
403
5
78
25
1 ,3 2 8
157
733
993
231
240
1 ,0 7 9

20

6,110

4 0 ,0 6 4

3 4 ,954

8 ,6 0 4

280

1 8 ,054 2 ,3 1 0 ,3 1 4

110,531

1 ,2 7 5

2 4 ,8 5 6

261,309

397,971

100,844

39,389

9 ,7 6 4

420

2 3 ,8 9 6 4 ,4 3 0 ,0 2 8

156,911

6 ,6 9

5 1 ,1 5 8

328,703

543,541

1 M ad e a r e se r v e c i t y J a n . 1 ,1 9 1 8 .

161




117,624

78
1,161
113
394
1
503
2 ,0 3 4
1,5 7 0
56
436
26
275
2 ,4 3 2
596
227
1,5 0 3
133
40
703
885
37
541
398
599
1 ,57 0
243
90
527
4 ,89 0
354
2 ,74 2
106
385

REPORT OF TH E COMPTROLLER OF TH E CURRENCY.

T o le d o 1 ...........................................
I n d i a n a p o li s ..................... ...........
P e o r ia 1 ..............................................
D e t r o it ...............................................
G r an d R a p i d s 1.............................
M ilw a u k e e .......................................
M in n e a p o lis ....................................
S t . P a u l.............................................
C edar R a p i d s .................................
D e s M o i n e s ....................................
D u b u q u e ..........................................
S io u x C i t y .......................................
K a n s a s C it y , M o .........................
S t . J o s e p h ........................................
L in c o l n ..............................................
O m a h a ...............................................
K a n s a s C it y , K a n s .....................
T o p e k a . . . ” ....................................
W ic h it a .............................................
D e n v e r ........................ ......................
P u e b lo ................................................
M u s k o g e e .........................................
O k la h o m a C it y .............................
T u ls a ..................................................
S e a t t l e . .............................................
S p o k a n e ...........................................
T a c o m a .............................................
P o r t la n d ...........................................
L o s A n g e le s ....................................
O a k la n d 1 ........................... .............
S a n F r a n c is c o ................................
O g d e n ................................................
S a lt L a k e C i t y ..............................

162

MAR. 4, 1918—Continued.
[In thousands of dollars.]

Cities, States, and Territories.

Time deposits.

Certifi­
Individ­ cates of
Cashiers’ State Deposits
ual de­ deposit Certified checks and mu- subject to DiviOther
posits
out­
notice of dends
due in checks. stand­ icipal less than unpaid. demand
subject less than
deposits.
to check. 30 days.
ing. deposits. 30 days.

Total.

Certificates of
State
Other
Postal
deposit and mu­ savings
time
due on nicipal deposits. deposits.
or after deposits.
30 days.

Total.

COUNTRY BANKS.
M a in e.............................................
N e w H a m p s h ir e .....................
V e r m o n t . . . ................................
M a s s a c h u s e tts ...........................
R h o d e I s l a n d ............................
C o n n e c tic u t................................

25,837
24,179
11,794
135,427
29,100
105,662

778
1,009
270
3,215
2,853
4,130

99
48
61
458
99
618

133
254
135
378
78
284

53
180

10
10
8

1

18
3
41

51

1
49
334
3,262
122

1

26,858
25.602
12.602
142,989
32,255
110,737

631
373
724
1,297
934
1,897

26

332
556
82
2,902
701
3,718

35,477
2,251
13,655
30,273
6,657
12,839

36,440
3,180
14,461
34,498
8,292
18,454

N e w E n g la n d S ta te s

331,999

12,255

1,383

1,262

180

105

90

3,769

351,043

5,856

26

8,291

101,152

115,325

N e w Y o r k ...................................
N e w J e r s e y ................................
P e n n s y lv a n ia ............................
D e la w a r e ...................... ...............
M a r y la n d .....................................

244,995
213,699
349,796
8,987
22,341

20,580
5,881
28,173

1,157
1,665
1,107

417
418
1,678

4,255
129
329
318

104

26,372
1,378
91,199
442
2,193

46

38

273,082
232,746
400,815
9,130
24,235

46

87

54
23
109
1
14

1,060
19
5,649

1,210

564
10,912
13,974
115
123

io

3, 754
4,454
9,663
186
27

117,259
77,894
239,396
3,454
34,458

147,431
83,726
340,304
4,082
36,68

E a s te r n S t a t e s ............

839,818

55,844

4,037

2,557

5,031

25,688

201

6,832

940,008

121,584

102

18,084

472,461

612,231

V ir g in ia .........................................
W e s t V ir g in ia ............................
N o r t h C arolin a .........................
S o u t h C a r o lin a .........................
G e o r g ia .........................................
E io r id a ..........................................
A la b a m a .......................................
M is s is s ip p i..................................
L o u is ia n a ....................................
T e x a s .............................................
A r k a n s a s .......................................

66,803
55,643
40,833
28,508
34,305
36,348
44,520
21,637
30,198
214,080
30,779

5, 411
4, 648
4, 704
545
1, 939
2, 272
1, 268
1, 028
1, 964
5, 956
4, 623

355
118
40
32
51
187
46
18
65
121
26

516
432
845
397
384
355
223
226
166
2,255
159

39
491
7

10

22

453

2,953
38
1

23
1,396
3184
757
416
72
13

447
501
56
12
67
582
100
125
55
298
240

25,932
16,855
9,942
14,326
5,753
19,244
6,888
2,158
5,808
8,023
1,387

43,645
35,934
20,123
1.7,685
12,605
22,959
9,878

34

76,119
61,833
46,444
29,492
36,771
40,564
46,375
23,809
32,983
223,400
35,951




21

6

5

, 158

10

14
5
7
6
12

122

8

673
343

79
35
85

30
139

17,266
18,556
10,091
3,347
6,785
2,974
2,890
4,164
1,833
11,971
2,339 I

22

34
159

20,292
3,966

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

Demand deposits.

63,735
33,452

1,963
5,492

123
98

134
211

25
39

Southern States.

700,841

41,813

1,290

6,303

O h io ........................................
I n d i a n a ..................................
I lli n o i s .................................. .
M ic h ig a n ...............................
W is c o n s in .............................
M in n e s o ta .............................
I o w a .........................................
M isso u ri.................................

177,052
94,273
167,358
40,759
52,918
63,431
101,010
36,555

29,979
19,665
27,028
4,759
6,328
9,948
13,655
2,468

593
240
231
60
104
174
146
64

556
1,619
620
122
420
2,145
1,758
188

10,582

66,263
39,386

7,605
8,032

4,480

759,390

97,853

339
274
759
759
69
301
984
104

218,282
116,349
196,430
46, 857
60,022
76,307
117,813
40,248

43,053
26,835
44,133
15,194
38,483
64,285
62,186
6,942

246

3,589

872/308

301,111

1,377

6
14
18
15
10
9
9
12

82
569
189
475
569
3
50
3
129

30,827
36,005
64,104
85,500
43,990
21,810
54,159
18,737
112,826

28,374
23,285
29,026
22,583
17,250
7,080
14,789
3,906
12,288

93

2,069

467,958

158,581

58
138
350
17
5

46

5
34
94
10
7
5
1

35,831
35,283
134,989
29,496
2,745
6,100
15,605
141

254

156

642

14
9

34
85

3,462

895

306

9,291
104
255
325
20
177
25
385

436
134
146
63
155
40
215
476

36
40
33
10
8
91
20
8

1,665
108
15
69
5
52

M id d le S t a t e s ___

733,356

113,830

1,612

7,428

N o r t h D a k o t a ....................
S o u th D a k o t a .....................
N e b r a s k a ..............................
K a n s a s ....................................
M o n ta n a ................................
W y o m in g .............................
C o lo r a d o ................................
N e w M e x ic o .......................
O k la h o m a ............................

24,880
28^480
53,377
74,036
36,532
19,529
48,391
16,585
101,841

4,949
6,112
8,720
8,924
5,342
1,650
4,852
1,467
5,524

62
62
60
86
94
30
53
24
67

740
741
1,654
1,171
1,085
375
733
361
2,440

12
17
788
306
214
27
274
2,679

W e s te r n S t a t e s . . .

403,651

47,540

538

9,300

4,317

W a s h in g t o n .......................
O r egon ....................................
C a lifo r n ia ..............................
I d a h o .................................... .
U t a h ........................................
N e v a d a ..................................
A r iz o n a ..................................
A la s k a ( m e m b e r b a n k )

31,055
29,708
113,148
24,504
2,465
5,623
14,032
141

2,513
4,090
7,824
3,815
221
330
838

74
^21
723
32
1
11
12

295
226
3,803
731
29
61
162

1,831
1,050
8,855
387
17
70
440

P a c ific S t a t e s ------

220,676

19,631

874

5,307

12,650

A la s k a 1 ................................
H a w a ii ...................................

1,130
1,912

26
51

3
12

3
1

50

44
23
134
450
16
192

33

74

146
82

5,397
5,655

13,148
13,879

325

2,711

127,368

228,257

1,032
10
155
165

3,682
1,769
2,579
1,320
1,079
1,129
321
213

58,339
23,962
52,886
53,883
34,439
24,680
16,175
2,329

106,106
52,576
99,753
70,562
74,001
90,109
78,682
9,484

12,092

266,693

581,273

79

39
63
76
371
1,277
227
1,089
133
225

3,151
3,738
2,517
2, 796
6,760
2,859
4,060
2,313
1,697

31,564
27,087
31,619
25,753
25,287
10,260
19,938
6,352
14,289

177

3,500

29,891

192,149

5,605
6,220
10, 6S2
4,876
1,018
1,765
1,103

1
7
657
31
31

1,857
566
2,798
331
71
298
305

10,857
4,056
35,134
4,468
1,442
2,010
1,130

18,320
10,849
49,281
9,706
2,531
4,073
2,569

260, ISO

31,279

727

6,226

59,097

97,329

1,162
2,059

235

129
149

49

168
79

346
228

49

247,

110

15

1
3
94

Nonmember banks..

3,042

77

15

4

50

33

3,221

278

Total country banks

3,233,383

290,990

9,749

32,161

36,272

29,090

1,092

21,381 3,654,118

716,542

2,734

Total United States.

7, 281,753

380,711

127,373

133,005

75,661

38,854

1,512

45,277 8,084,146

873,453

9, 503

574
1, 827,138

102, 111 1,385,612 2,370,679

One report for Dec. 31,1917, used.

163




50,953 1,056,909

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

Kentucky................... .
Tennessee,...................

164

MAY 10, 1918.
(In thousands of dollars)

C itie s , S t a t e s , a n d T er r ito r ie s.

Individ­ Certifi­
Cashiers5 State Deposits
ual de­ cates of Certified checks and mu­ subject to Divi­
Other
deposit
notice of dends demand
posits
out­
due in checks. stand­ nicipal less than unpaid. deposits.
subject less than
deposits. 30 days.
to check. 30 days.
ing.
654

101

27

18
24

7,097 1,777,619
1,705 * 374,697
75,440
11

23,757
3,629
5,092

4,673
30

22,165
3,271
342

46,864
15,500
8,321

97,459
22,430
13,755

66,642

1,708

681

143

8,813 2,227,756

32,478

4,703

25,778

70,685

133,644

4,555
84
45
2,458

200

453

8
5
4
150
13

2,133
18
10

1,957
76
1,280
1,522
2,544
227
275
267
29
,38

10,054
5,147

22

276,067
22,370
80,487
322,422
209,520
62,348
50,263
37,162
4,575
34.189
1,729
12,750
32,867
32,872
20.189
2,060
31,261
18,054
8,238
25,849
9,533
8,127
15,876
53,045
84,461

2,228

14,239
5,223
2,695
5,919
29,948
4,010
11,084
4,035
6,255
11,076
957
7,462
1,735
1,799
2,792
2,308
9,250
1,532
1,114
5,515
10,151
942
6,965
6,033
4,086

1,582,860
358,324
73,083

25,307
2,865

103,602
2,553
54

56,509
9,013

1,121

C e n tr a l r e s e r v e c itie s

2,014,267

29,293

106,209

B o s t o n ...........................................
A l b a n y .........................................
B u f f a lo ......... ................................
P h il a d e lp h ia .............................
P i t t s b u r g h .................................
B a lt im o r e ....................................
W a s h in g to n ...............................
R ic h m o n d ..................................
C h a r le s t o n ..................................
A t l a n t a . . . . ................................
S a v a n n a h ....................................
B ir m in g h a m .............................
N e w O r l e a n s ...........................
D a l l a s . . ......................................
P o r t W o r t h ................................
G a lv e s t o n ....................................
H o u s t o n . . . .................. .............
S a n A n t o n i o ..............................
W a c o .............................................
L o u is v ill e ....................................
C h a t t a n o o g a ..............................
M e m p h is ......................................
N a s h v i l l e .....................................
C i n c i n n a t i . ................................
C le v e la n d ....................................

265,637
10,682
75,465
301,547
205,232
58,901
48,990
36,244
4,410
32,867
1,582
12,217
29,316
31,998
19,295
1,714
29,089
17,654
8,048
23,792
8,703
7,707
15,200
48,945
82,099

2,650
56
1,402
7,665
627
415
729
394
16
905
139
489
1,157
130
433
160
1,459
156
81
902
467
343
480
611
740

2,554




82

6

15
395
22

1
4
20

14
5
233
,, 13
■
v 4
56
263
428

Total.

1,489
219

N e w Y o r k C i t y ........................
C h ic a g o .........................................
S t . L o u is ......................................

1,268
1,724
1,034
504
192
225
105
91

T o ta l.

Certifi­
cates of
State
Postal
Other
deposit and mu­ savings
time
due on nicipal deposits. deposits.
or after deposits.
30 days.

1,120

802

855
167
298

3,588
2,303
250
727
1,641
129

21

324
1
18
218
720
460
49
689
203
91
116
349
50
116
1,434
660

6,495
1,067

16
1
23
2
1

10

7,873

40

11

1,780
133
2

25
12

803
’*23
1,754
444

1,415
767
694
631
1,658
280

340
433

685
345
83

11

127
154
176

11

726
103
528
104
1,448
524
305
3,362
1,835
810
1,758
284
1,516

118
22

238

87
132
5
233
15
132
25
617
504

3,630
26,710
2,812
8,718
3,488
5,541
10,693
863
7,324
855
1,520
2,146
2,182
7,715
876
804
1,920
8,301
5,182
5,132
1,828

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

Time deposits.

Demand deposits.

974
1,987
292
1,176
2,832
402
69
2,414
2,762
69
354
187
777
5,444
307
170
1,329
751
285
687
800
231
333
361
1,530
1,367
20
197
1,280
835
475
4,932
411
433

135
110
150
122
429
39
264
175
126
4
28
3
40
138
1
14
385
1
1
5
88
10
12
12
67
245
92
11
158
120
95
1,526
46
23

287
135
802
122
190
1
359
1,770
802
23
386
15
725
4,011
445
241
1,700
156
28
570
849
27
238
627
326
1,082
185
76
918
3,824
493
1,870
126
265

A ll o th e r r e se r v e c it ie s

2,212,423

■59,079

13,933

A ll re se r v e c i t i e s .............

4,226,690

88,372

120,142

115

465
14

1
102
13
50

4

224

1,133
969
888
45
4
21
226
4
416

101
1

722

3

43
354
62

72
241
1

25,048
21,564
33,257
11,915
60,542
8,105
44,512
60,970
44,661
4,817
12,421
2,276
9,772
74,342
7,826
7,523
42,500
3,614
4,779
9,050
41,020
5,154
6,829
16,044
30,482
46,996
10,677
7,609
35,495
57,092
11,028
152,579
4,041
13,069

3,257
58
1,784
2,540
6,427
3,582
7,562
3,727
1,697
760
924
504
1,114
3,014
1,120
95
3,991
96
25
3,071
7,997
2,101
1,673
1,505
5,620
4,424
1,849
495
1,492
2,749
359
4,652
340
2,278

139
1,642
445
3,258
603
318
2,656
2,857
930
5,275

945
20

2

38,457

33,488

9,095

582

16,866 2,383,923

104,982

105,099

35,196

9,776

725

25,679 4,611,679

137,460

3
1
5
3
18

361
92
34
853
23
136

139
667
919
194
216
958
16
362

2,622
9,099
454
3,105
2
3,958
12,983
9,024
4,716
2,246
1.978
365
1,573
1,431
1,576
518
2,037
171
103
663
8,581
310
422
1,736
1,715
8.979
8,289
2,370
13,033
17,971
1,238
9,619
1,197
3,482

1,473

23,472

261,007

390,934

6 ,1 7 6

49,250

331,692

524,578

10

607
918
136
67
1,774
75
1,282

427
565
6
139
18
42
591
46
19
377
227
24
36
359
374
4
69
26

100

52
300

1,220

6,486
10,075
2,374
5,722
8,203
7,615
21,827
13,178
6,978
3,012
3,041
887
2,729
5,036
2,742
632
6,405
494
O, i

16,937
2,785
2,099
3,310
7,361
14,723
10,277
3,532
15,496
21,214
1,813
15,229
1,553
6,122

165




4
3
1
11
1
1
3
5
1

755

REPORT OP THE COMPTROLLER OP THE CURRENCY.

22,669
19,329
31,897
10,484
55,957
6,693
42,929
56,096
40,952
4,721
11,631
1,743
8,226
64,316
7,073
7,048
38,263
2,705
4,393
7,504
38,926
4,824
6,106
13,402
28,114
41,041
9,415
7,007
30,478
49,361
9,001
137,160
3,435
12,190

C o lu m b u s .........................................
T o le d o ................................................
I n d ia n a p o lis ...................................
P e o r ia .................................................
D e t r o it ...............................................
G r a n d R a p i d s ................................
M ilw a u k e e .......................................
M in n e a p o lis ....................................
S t . P a u l .............................................
C e d a r R a p i d s ................................
D e s M o in e s ......................................
D u b u q u e ..........................................
S io u x C i t y .......................................
K a n s a s C it y , M o .........................
S t . J o s e p h ........................................
L in c o l n ..............................................
O m a h a ...............................................
K a n s a s C it y , K a n s .....................
T o p e k a ..............................................
W ic h it a ..............................................
D e n v e r ...............................................
P u e b lo ................................................
M u s k o g e e .........................................
O k la h o m a C i t y .............................
T u l s a ..................................................
S e a t t l e ...............................................
S p o k a n e ............................................
T a c o m a .............................................
P o r t la n d ...........................................
L o s A n g e le s ....................................
O a k la n d ...........................................
S a n F r a n c is c o ................................
O g d e n ................................................
S a lt L a k e C i t y ..............................

166

M A Y 10, 1918— C o n tin u e d .
[In th o u s a n d s of d o lla r s.]

C itie s, S t a t e s , a n d T e r r ito r ie s.

C ertifi­
I n d iv id ­
C a sh ie rs’
c a t e s of
S ta te
u al d e­
ch ecks
and m u­
d e p o s it C ertified
p o s its
o u t- .
n ic ip a l
d u e in
ch ec k s.
sta n d ­
s u b je c t
d e p o sits.
le s s t h a n
to check.
in g .
30 d a y s .

T im e d e p o s its .

D e p o s its
su b je c t t o
n o t ic e of
le s s t h a n
30 d a y s .

O th e r
D iv i­
dem an d
dends
u n p a id . d e p o s its .

T o ta l.

C ertifi S ta te
ca tes of
O th er
P o sta l
d e p o s it a n d m u ­
t im e
s a v in g s
n ic ip a l
d ue on
d e p o s it s . d e p o s its .
or a fte r d e p o s its .
30 d a y s .

T o ta l.

COUNTRY BANKS.
M a in e ........................................................................
N e w H a m p s h ir e ...................................................
V e r m o n t ......................................
M a s s a c h u s e tts ........................................................
R h o d e I s l a n d .........................................................
C o n n e c t ic u t ................................................

2 4 ,7 4 0
2 2 ,9 9 6
11,901
186,710
2 7 ,1 0 2
106,636

729
938
293
2 ,9 0 9
2 ,5 9 6
3 ,7 1 3

245
41
19
523
155
617

131
328
222
394
88
1,175

52
9

48
1

7
9
3
21
3
16

44
71
203
3 ,7 3 4
670
8

2 5 ,8 9 6
2 4 ,435
12,641
143,348
3 0 ,6 1 4
111,066

638
402
771
1 ,7 1 6
867
1 ,7 6 2

43

309
544
77
2 ,8 5 4
686
3 ,7 1 1

34,797
2,6 9 1
13,724
31,436
6,6 7 1
13,319

35,744
3,6 3 7
14,572
36,049
8 ,2 2 4
18,792

N e w E n g la n d S t a t e s ............................

327,985

1 1 ,178

1,6 0 0

2 ,3 3 8

9

101

59

4 ,7 3 0

348,000

6 ,1 5 6

43

8 ,1 8 1

102,638

117,018

N e w Y o r k ................................................................
N e w J e r s e y ................................................
P e n n s y lv a n ia .........................................................
D e la w a r e ...................................................................
M a r y la n d ..................................................................

246,090
199,970
347,246
7 ,9 8 9
2 2 ,4 6 8

1 8 ,6 2 2
5 ,3 3 9
2 5 ,1 3 8

628
372
3 ,5 2 0
2
45

4,4 2 3
109
573
243

310
9 ,9 9 9
14,295
100
114

190
24
449
1
23

1 ,6 3 8
640
7 ,1 6 7
540
153

2 7 2,086
218,554
399,633
8 ,7 3 9
2 4 ,273

2 5 ,6 4 4
1 ,4 3 8
88 ,9 4 5
418
2 ,2 1 3

410
14
556

1 ,1 1 9

1,1 8 5
2,1 0 1
1,245
107
108

10

3 ,4 4 4
4 ,5 3 1
9 ,6 4 3
178
31

117,841
76,845
239,069
3 ,3 6 6
34,856

147,339
82,828
338,213
3,962
37,110

E a s t e r n S t a t e s .........................................

822,763

5 0 ,2 1 8

4 ,7 4 6

4 ,5 6 7

5 ,3 4 8

2 4 ,8 1 8

687

10 ,1 3 8

923,285

118,658

990

17,827

471,977

609,452

7 1 ,5 6 2
5 4 ,7 6 6
38,087
25,865
30,215
3 6 ,558
43 ,2 6 4
2 0 ,750
2 7 ,290
183,700
29,985
5 8 ,4 0 1 '
31,603

5 ,1 2 5
4 137
3 ,9 9 1
520
1 ,7 6 8
2 ,0 5 1
966
1 ,0 4 9
1,8 6 9
5 ,9 9 3
4 ,3 3 5
1 ,7 6 1
6 ,3 0 2

458
118
26
34
63
135
54
24
40
173
24
84
23

625
318
1 ,1 2 8
354
424
877
193
233
168
1,719
248
152
228

40
544
73

3
128
3

2
1,481
81
827
473
73
10
25
36

4

6
8
21
2
15
a
4
53
18
71
2
8
5

1 ,2 1 3
343
91
29
22
386
6
147
1 ,4 1 4
526
6
298

7 9 ,0 3 2
6 0 ,362
4 3 ,420
26 ,8 0 4
3 2 ,513
4 1 ,1 0 8
44 ,9 4 8
22 ,9 7 6
30,005
193,239
35 ,1 3 0
6 0 ,449
3 7 ,395

16,617
17,338
9 ,4 3 7
3 ,5 6 1
6 ,5 7 7
2 ,6 1 7
3 ,0 2 4
4 ,0 0 7
1 ,8 2 0
12,715
2 ,2 8 7
7 ,9 5 8
7 ,8 9 8

118

454
510
48
9
72
525
97
116
55
258
199
136
75

26,155
16,609
9,133
15,671
5,785
19,324
7,073
2,093
5 ,667
8,9 3 0
1,359
5,695
5 ,4 9 6

43,226
34,493
18,645
19,241
12,434
22,564
10,194
6,231
7 ,5 4 2
21,903
3,845
13,789
13,587

38 ,8 6 7

1 .2 5 6

6,6 6 7

3,6 6 5

219

4 ,4 8 1

7 0 7,381

9 5 ,8 5 6

294

2 ,5 5 4

128,990

227,694

V ir g in ia ......................................................................
W e s t V ir g in ia ........................................................
N o r t h C a r o lin a ......................................................
S o u t h C a r o lin a .............................................
G e o r g ia ....................................................
F l o r id a .......................................................................
A la b a m a ....................................................................
M is s is s ip p i...............................................................
L o u is ia n a .........................................................
T e x a s ...........................
..................
A r k a n s a s ..........................................................
K e n t u c k y .................................................................
T e n n e s s e e .................................................................
S o u th e r n S t a t e s ......................................




651,946

34
66
12
280

36
27
98
15

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE

D e m a n d d e p o sits.

198,202
121,098
179,888
45,609
59,925
72,890
96,039
36,106

39,752
26,785
45,400
14,852
36,323
65,458
64,479
6,737

3,586
1,708
2,437
1,254
1,543
1,108
285
• 188

57,569
24,010
51,674
53,042
33,392
23,753
16,921
2,435

101,839
52,513
100,069
69,363
71,264
90,354
81,685
9,360

8,464

1,366

216

5,092

809,757

299,786

1,756

12,109

262,796

576,447

106
19
57

2
6
16
9
5
5
23
8

41
455
121
406
396
6
152
125
336

27,734
35,363
55,314
82,975
43,897
20,542
51,190
17,386
102,038

28,324
23,539
30,353
23,226
17,363
6,620
14,650
3,653
12,300

21

36
53
67
326
1,171
218
977
117
195

3,184
3,667
2,196
2,461
6,619
2,778
4,047
2,318
1,591

31,544
27,261
32,616
26,013
25,153
9,622
19,674
6,088
14,107

74

2,038

436, 439

160,028

29

3,160

28,861

192,078

32

1,426
513
1,813
279
86
278
258

10,723
3,811
35,489
4,330
1,466
2,041
1,218

17,414
10,314
48,521
9,672
2,541
3,870
2,571

560

4,653

59,078

94,903

63
2

167
76

355
222

65

161,827
101,499
154,967
40,470
53,567
61,639
82,527
32,462

27,019
17,508
22,979
3,915
5,549
9', 019
11,472
2 ; 396

593
160
242
66
106
169
148
3

743
592
301
103
354
1,504
595
125

7,033
137
270
327

Middle States.................................

688,958

99,857

1,487

4,317

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

22,038
28,519
46,424
72,519
35,787
18,050
45,266
15,249
90,605

4,939
5,735
7,829
8,398
5,015
1,748
4,792
1,348
5,683

46
20
60
60
78
27
38
20
101

562
584
758
884
1,863
401
893
346
2,360

278
2,784

26
20
161

Western States...............................

374,457

45,487

450

8,651

4,448

834

269

25
49
699
308
305

Washington..
Oregon.......................................................
California...................................................
Idaho.........................................................
U tah...
Nevada..
Arizona......................................................
Alaska (member banksi

29,646
29,008
110,401
22,676
2,429
5,459
14,223
124

2,627"
3,825
7,483
3,593
194
425
874

62
23
166
40
2
4
17

225
248
3,892
506
15
59
141

3,101
1,314
9,613
408
13
70
460
14,979

Pacific States..................................

213,966

19,021

314

5,086

Alaska (nonmemher banksl i_
Hawaii (nonmember banks)..................

1,085
1,915

17
34

1
10

6
4

Nonmember banks........................

50

445

3
145
22

1
21
12
2

45

4
1

215

41

50

1
1,351

35,962
34,586
132,537
27,327
2,654
6,021
15,762
124

5,265
5,986
10,726
5,032
989
1,551
1,063

254,973

30,612

1.109
2,063

300
144
825
80
1

2

6

125
144

4
493
31

3,000

51

11

10

50

50

3,172

269

243

577

Total country banks..................... 3,083,075

264,679

9,864

31,636

36,963

27,664

1,296

27,830 3,483,007

711,365

3,672

48,549 1,054,583

1,818,169

Total United States...................... 7,309,765

353,051

130,006

136,735

72,159

37,440

2,021

53,509 8,094,686

848,825

9,848

97,799 1,386,275

2,342,747

167




i One report for Mar. 4, 1918, used.

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

736
1,045
934
723
191
140
1,073
250

932
10
558
215
6
35

428

148
60
214
437

57
21
18
5
10
90
10
5

194
136
177

Ohio...........................................................
Indiana..................................................
Illinois.......................................................
Michigan................... ................................
Wisconsin................................................
Minnesota.................................................
Iowa.........................................................
Missouri.....................................................

168

JUNE 29, 1918.
(In thousands of dollars)

Cities, States, and Territories.

Certifi­
Individ­ cates of
Cashiers’ State Deposits
ual de­ deposit Certified checks and mu­ subject to Divi­
Other
posits
out­
notice of dends demand
due in checks. stand­ nicipal less than unpaid. deposits.
subject less than
to check. 30 days.
ing. deposits. 30 days.

New York City.................. .
Chicago...............................
St. Louis.............................

1,577,699
346,526
66,871

27,223
2,282
1,230

17,931
3,563

25,989
6,546
1,350

3,132
316

11

Central reserve cities

1,991,096

30,735

21,505

33,885

3,448

Boston.................................
Albany................................
Buffalo.................................
Philadelphia.......................
Pittsburgh..........................
Baltimore............................
Washington........................
Richmond...........................
Charleston............................
Atlanta................................
Savannah.............................
Birmingham.......................
New Orleans........................
D allas.................................
Fort Worth........................ .
Galveston.............................
Houston................................
San Antonio.........................
Waco................................... .
Louisville............ ................
Chattanooga.........................
Memphis...............................
Nashville..............................
Cincinnati............................
Cleveland..............................
Columbus..............................

267,122
13,576
70.814
281,094
210,454
60,743
45,228
34.814
4,049
31,273
1,443
11,542
24,159
29,143
17,880
1,681
27,688
16,463
7,413
23,187
7,313
6,895
15,500
48,601
91,208
23,422

3,380
36
858
2,882
702
268
578
471
16
1,043
143
491
919
167
487
196
1,758
128
77
1,697
450
431
437
538
618
1,083

1,425
193
648
1,740
998
2,341
383
566
45
165
14
14
119

1,207
195
156
2,979
1,575
591
190
156
89
352
5
43
77
1,985
448
67
2,041
527
131
669
196

200




22

1
5
25
13
3
400
19
19
89
433
788
114

66

105
1,180
730
878

Total.

Certifi­
cates of
State
Other
Postal
deposit and mu­ savings
time
due on nicipal deposits, deposits.
or after deposits.
30 days.

27

5,443
1,585
250
692
1,069
36

1
1,660

2,598
1,591
189

871 1,655,546
622 361,446
69,688
10

130

4,378

1,503 2,086,680

30,199

274,474
27,635
74,304
297,659
215,698
65,455
46,691
36,197
4,308
32,939
1,638
12,091
27,116
31,481
18,941
1,951
31,559
17,263
7,635
26,780
7,997
7,458
16,245
52,948
94,093
26,611

2,594

103

420
6,438
811

715
67
243
86

466
433
138
190
109
106
33

5
8,125
2,190
10

138

182
164
125
47
107

2

25

11

696
17

131
19
30
10

2,190
528
839

6

221

9

104
266

Total.

18,303 • 1,300
8,049
5
3,847

23,283
3,304
346

43,109
15,818
8,587

85,995
27,176
12,780

1,305

26,933

67,514

125,951

9,156
4,966

13,770
5,042
4,538
0,121
28,873
3,988
11,364
4,575
6,001
11,501
954
7,063
1,475
1,741
2,927
2,263
8,544
1,541
1,073
7,463
9,801
847
6,655
6,160
2,451
6,081

3,210
889
592
609
1,406
240
462
303
48

340
433

12

382
55
637
32
1,282
538
314
5,272
1,762
718
1,698
326
265
2,920

238

2,020
76
1,328
3,549
.1,683
2,624 > 25,657
2,781
258
9,242
283
4,067
268
5,510
29
11,162
36
896
10
6,922
129
940
153
174
1,512
117
2,173
21
2,210
84
7,178
121
882
755
4
1,965
226
8,026
‘ 13
129
25
4,932
596
5,238
515
1,433
611
2,550

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

Time deposits.

Demand deposits.

85479° —
cue

17,453
33,445
9,651
55,313
6,913
42,971
54,186
39,777
4,258
10,144
1,676
7,314
54,308
7,065
7,315
38,430
2,900
3,561
7,249
38,037
6,676
5,819
12,011
28,917
39,261
9,582
6,542
30,992
49,750
9,174
143,587
3,441
13,184

1,881
287
1,113
2,621
284
62
3,431
2,313
63
359
204
869
5,362
331
214
1,068
756
287
795
817
219
482
382
1,670
912
24
156
1,628
952
232
5,2 8 3
382
594

2
110
8
7
23
73
378
48
11
119
223
112
2,0 7 5
23
88

116
1,166
89
290
1
701
1,421
1,732
41
199
49
394
2 ,6 1 6
254
152
1,285
136
41
618
1,640
36
491
473
722
1,635
195
129
1,372
2 ,0 0 9
206
2 ,1 8 2
222
612

2 ,1 7 3 ,6 0 7

55,887

16,803

A ll r e se r v e c i t i e s . .................................. 4 ,1 6 4 ,7 0 3

86,622

38,308

A ll o th e r r e se r v e c i t ie s ..

70
89
87
40
19
144
183
47
329
13
37

193
37
848
19
206

20,004
35,202
10,978
61,096
8 ,0 2 1
45,177
59,978
44,095
4,408
11,416
2 ,1 5 0
8,6 8 6
63,505
7,662
7,8 5 2
41,920
3,804
4,0 9 2
8,9 4 8
40,916
6,939
6,989
14,597
31,954
45,417
10,673
7,175
36,235
56,409
10,683
160,383
4 ,1 0 0
14,734

8 ,5 5 2

6,4 4 6

18,246

353,365

103,603

1,999

2 3 ,989

262,711

392,302

8 ,6 8 2

10,824

19,749

440,045

133,802

3 ,3 0 4

5 0 ,922

330,225

518,253

200
116

72
18
161
60
118
286
172
45
69

465
14
103

10
62
344

1,719
‘ 738
1,1 1 5
37
4
610
105
28
523

10
30

70

112

629

9
8

195
238

10
78

124
1,638
481
3,144
486
318
1,980
3,0 9 9
875
5 ,3 1 2

767

39,863

33,961

73,748

3 7 ,409

13

36
234

58
1,791
2,1 5 6
7,120
3 ,6 9 2
6 ,6 3 6
2 ,3 9 5
1,631
1,036
884
460
1,244
4,316
1,095
88
3 ,7 8 8
100
29
3 ,3 4 0
7,5 4 4
2 ,0 4 8
1,401
1,555
5,427
4,712
1,645
520
1,123
2,4 2 5
452
3,7 3 3
413
2 ,1 8 0

10

545
75
58
300

928
128
71
1,826
75
1,314
429
564
4
131
17
39
599
43
18
380
220
21
37
353
381
4
68
24
1,277
138
698
949
161
215
969
16
359

8,847
275
3,182
284
3,994
13,134
9,163
5,006
2,201
1,988
377
1,605
1,475
1,687
529
2,084
179
105
403
9,685
313
414
1,371
1,469
10,193
8,458
2,528
13,547
18,451
1,302
10,076
1,164
3 ,520

9 ,833
2,194
5,419
9,230
7,761
21,084
11,987
7,201
3,241
3,003
854
2,888
6,390
2,825
635
6,252
499
155
3,780
17,582
2,742
1,819
3,539
6,920
16,257
10,241
3,746
15,677
21,337
1,969
14,778
1,593
6,059

fel
hj

o
H
O

H
tel

169




354
116
107
992
25
210
152
83
1
35
3
19
352
2
71
396
3

COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

1918—you 2-

Toledo.....................
Indianapolis............
Peoria......................
Detroit.....................
Grand Rapids.........
Milwaukee..............
Minneapolis............
St. Paul...................
Cedar Rapids.........
Des Moines.............
Dubuque................
Sioux City..............
Kansas City, Mo. . .
St. Joseph................
Lincoln....................
Omaha.......... .........
Kansas City, Kans.
Topeka....................
Wichita...................
Denver.....................
Pueblo.....................
Muskogee................ .
Oklahoma City........
Tulsa.......................
Seattle.....................
Spokane.. .............. .
Tacoma...................
Portland................. .
Los Angeles............ .
Oakland...................
San Francisco..........
Ogden.......................
Salt Lake City....... .

170

JUNE 29, 1918—Continued.
[In thousands of dollars.]

Cities, States, and Territories.

Certifi­
Individ­ cates of
Cashiers’ State
ual de­ deposit Certified checks and mu­
out­
posits
due in checks. stand­ nicipal
subject
than
to check. lessdays.
ing. deposits.
30

Deposits
Other
subject to Divi­
notice of dends demand
less than unpaid. deposits.
30 days.

Total.

Certifi­
State
cates of
Other
Postal
deposit and mu­ savings
time
due o n nicipal deposits. deposits.
or after deposits.
30 days.

COUNTRY BANKS.

New Hampshire.......................................
Vermont....................................................
Massachusetts...........................................
Rhode Island............................................

Connecticut...............................................

25,144
23^904
1L 516
137,683
27,190
108; 321

692
1,100
309
3,005
2,360
2; 899

230
78
36
1,274
178
672

207
339
204
522
66
509

65

190
129
136
415
93
442

2
55
225
4,657
1,230
41

26,470
25,657
12,426
147,700
31,117
112,884

5
52
79

739
454
436
1,412
623
1,098

Total.

27

324
555
' 80
2,943
696
3,855

34,775
2,593
14,281
32,234
6,758
13,542

35,838
3,602
14,797
36,616
8,077
18,495

New England States.....................

333,758

10,365

2,468

1,847

79

122

1,405

6,210

356,254

4,762

27

8,453

104,183

117,425

New York.................................................
New Jersey...............................................
Pennsylvania............................................
Delaware...................................................
Maryland..................................................

241,115
207,395
341,370
8,676
22,342

17,890
5,137
23,771

727
353
2,068
14
104

4,312
348
587
242

202
10,724
14,019
105
54

952
628
1,387
42
156

860
54
7,281
26
133

267,219
226,527
392,033
8,925
24,225

25,455
1,289
88,389
415
2,249

423

1,098

1,161
1,888
1,550
62
96

20

3,569
4,778
10,054
214
40

119,067
78,676
242,419
3,401
34,344

148,514
84,743
340,950
4,030
36,653

25,104

3,165

8,354

918,929

117,797

531

18,655

477,907

614,890

626
287
227
215
166
125
175
163
157
701
92
247
102

172
364
88
61
1
293
7
114
759
522
17
11

78,043
61,105
42,161
24,131
29,672
37,305
41,393
21,094
27,138
174,699
31,747
58,237
36,390

16,243
16,748
8,832
3,503
6,345
2,622
2,808
4,042
1,723
12,577
2,254
7,870
7,545

107

503
506
321
8
74
496
100
101
54
253
190
134
75

26,774
16,904
9,096
15,059
5,529
19,267
7,364
2,222
5,704
8,962
1,391
6,097
6,145

43,520
34,190
18,283
18,570
11,948
22,536
10,301
6,380
7,481
21,792
3,835
14,101
13,872

3,283

2,409

663,115

93,112

368

2,815

130,514

226,809

Eastern States................................

820,898

47,896

4,757

3,266

5,489

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

71,466
55,190
36,901
22,978
27,236
33,122
39,348
18,564
24,486
164,841
26,606
55,871
30,872

4,628
3,980
3,483
533
1,856
1,404
1,124
995
1,812
5,920
4,192
1,725
5,024

443
188
31
28
112
230
96
53
27
186
18
71
37

668
383
1,267
373
239
565
194
414
201
1,916
306
260
320

40
564
68
2
1,850
163
864
341
73
11
25
24

Southern States..............................

607,481

36,676

1,520

7,106

4,025




149
96
4

8
34
303
21
615

88

32
34
151
29
15

REPOET OF THE COMPTEOLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

Time deposits.

Demand deposits.

56,102
24,580
52,710
54,012
34,506
23,724
16,982
2,313

102,035
53,101
100,237
69,885
70,224
88,152.
82,107
9,233

11,710

264,929

574,974

71

35
52
67
324
1,178
217
950
111
192

3,402
3.678
2', 360
2,738
6,771
2,546
4,199
2,479
1,862

31,722
27,298
33,997
25,873
25,237
9,737
20,292
6,459
14,640

226

3,126

30,033

195,255

63

1,430
514
1,788
281
84
269
257

11,081
4,084
35,676
4,500
1,520
2,048
1,220

17,458
10,277
49,085
9,847
2,535
3,841
2,442

1,113

4,623

60,129

95,485

55
1

168
70

348
150

56

238

457

205,124
115,212
172,807
44,635
58,377
77,096
88,045
34,842

41,425
26,833
44,603
14,438
34,686
63,306
64,851
6,742

748
10
519
159

148
35
159
436

481
452
881
1,192
196
160
748
280

9,880

1,270

2,485

4,390

796,138

296,884

1,451

24
43
81
171
460

53
456
149
421
409
9
97
4
227

25,277
34,405
51,014
78,391
41,624
20,849
45,714
17,545
96,376

28,285
23,568
31,570
22,812
17,288
6,820
15,143
3,869
12,515

Minnesota..................................................
Iowa...........................................................
Missouri............. .......................................

26,825
17,395
23,047
3,531
5; 993
9,210
11,016
2; 366

484
258
336
153
211
130
122
12

603
619
354
144
439
1,419
728
133

8,154
115
290
321
14
529

217
211
64

Middle States.................................

672,585

99,383

1,706

4,439

North Dakota...........................................
South Dakota..........................................
Nebraska...................................................
Kansas.......................................................
Montana1..................................................
Wyoming..................................................
Colorado....................................................
New Mexico..............................................
Oklahoma...... ..........................................

19,760
27,'160
4 2 ,513
67; 351
33,982
18j413
39;808
15,523
84', 868

4,855
5,' 894
7,554
8,'649
5,005
i;599
4; 822
I', 199
5', 618

53
23
46
65
116
31
35
19
65

495
769
511
643
1,259
'463
781
391
2,366

323
3,035

28
32
73

37
47
116
232
151
29
143
54
224

Western States...............................

349,378

45,195

453

7,678

4,821

912

1,033

1,825

411,195

161,870

Washington...............................................
Oregon.......................................................
California...................................................
Idaho.........................................................
Utah...........................................................
Nevada......................................................
Arizona......................................................
Alaska (member bank)...........................

29,562
29,408
107,417
22,167
2,094
5,714
13,318
152

2,438
3,820
6,727
3,599
242
343
922

84
19
204
70
2
18
18

249
320
2,964
659
46
97
249

2,663
1,221
9,431
423
10
70
391

243
106
798
49
1

51

155
78
432
61
9
10
58

35,394
35,014
128,165
27,046
2,404
6,252
15,007
152

4,947
5,670
10,586
5,060
931
1,524
902

415

4,584

14,209

303

803

1,197

249,434

29,620

6

3
7

50

3
10

923
2,117

15

125
79

13
44
859
242
305

42
192
18

1
154

9
1,035
6

Pacific States.................................

209,832

18,091

Alaska (nonmember banks)1...............
Hawaii (nonmember banks)...................

901
1,832

16
142

Nonmember banks........................

2,733

158

6

10

70

50

13

3,040

204

Total country banks..................... 2,996,665

257,764

11,325

28,930

38,573

28,376

12,187

24,385 3,398,105

704,249

3,716

49,438 1 ,067,933

Total United States...................... 7,161,368 ! 344,386
1

49,633

102,678

75,982

37,058

23, Oil i 44,134 7,838,150

838,051

7,020

100,360 1,398,158 2,343,589




70

1 One report for May 10,1918, used.

498
1,825,336

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY,

3,760
1,678
2,405
1,276
1,032
1,107
274
178

455
222
641
202
257
217
343
148

167,905
95,940
147,194
39,092
5 l'119
65,396
74,929
31'010

Ohio...........................................................
Indiana......................................................
Illinois......................................................
Michigan....................................................

Table N o. 42.— Classification o f deposits o f national banks, as shown by reports fro m N ov. 20,1917, to A ug. SI, 1918—Continued,

to

AUG. 31,1918/
[In thousands of dollars.]

Cities, States, and
Territories.

Time deposits.

Deposits
Certifi­
Indi­
subject
Cashiers’ State
cates of
Divi­
Other
and
vidual
deposit Certified checks munici­ to notice dends
demand
deposits
out­
of less
checks.
due in
unpaid. deposits.
subject less than
pal
standing. deposits. than 30
to check. 30 days.
days.

Total.

Certifi­
State
cates of
Other
and
Postaldeposit munici­ savings
time
due on
pal
deposits. deposits.
or after
30 days. deposits.

Total.

New York City....................... 1,618,634
354,967
Chicago.....................................
71,407
St. Louis..................................

38,089
4,835
628

11,454
2,859
29

24,946
6,105
1,458

713
436

65
10

119
13
105

2,043
379
9

1,696,063
369,594
73,646

19,023
3,160
4,629

3,061
50

24,358
3,349
346

51,602
15,821
7,656

98,044
22,380
12,631

Central reserve cities. . . 2,045,008

43,552

14,342

32,509

1,149

75

237

2, 431 2,139,303

26,812

3,111

28,053

75,079

133,055

272,099
Boston......................................
13,763
Albany.....................................
68,605
Buffalo.....................................
303,161
Philadelphia............................
207,628
Pittsburgh..............................
Baltimore.................................
72,943
49,882
Washington.............................
41,070
Richmond................................
4,423
Charleston................................
33,645
Atlanta.....................................
1,233
Savannah.................................
Birmingham............................
12,228
Jacksonville.............................
12,929
New Orleans............................
24,769
Dallas.......................................
29,2.31
17,375
Fort Worth.............................
1,815
Galveston.................................
Houston...................................
29,203
16,638
San Antonio............................
Waco........................................
7,619
27,115
Louisville.................................
8,589
Chattanooga............................
7,290
Memphis..................................
16,433
Nashville............................... j
Cincinnati................................ ! 51,215

3,462
36
816
1,749
687
383
879
520
10
1,082
113
480
350
1,361
158
421
31
1,397
l'38
39
1,599
434
264
419
534

1,323
60
570
1,898
1,070
688
155
244
17
90
3
14
51
€8
19
11
6
42
15
' H
404
32
14
129
227

If, 836
30
147
2,067
536
891
209
106
32
102

200
3,331
3,435
25
604
1,963
176

2,234

471

8,603
5,138

58
303
154
852
219
15
595
501
122
203
135
75
190
1,000

1
1,146
951

2,207
77
1,419
1,959
2,784
320
314
280
29
37
12
142
98
155
173
108
20
82
118
4
233
13
123
31
652

13,515
5,215
5,289
5, 490
29, 289
4,625
11,894
4,685
5,961
11,369
1,159
7,130
10,803
1,301
1,847
2,641
2 377
9*556
1,476
1,064
7,410
10,249
1*040
6*863
6,391




355
13
2,309

113
6,540
853

6~
3
1
11
5
24
11
1
24
2
1

620~
6,943
2,504
385
121

i
i
3
4
3
1
3

69
3

13
8

211

279,659"
24,166
73,574
317,955
211,768
76,892
51,433
41,941
4,506
34,921
1,350
12,781
14,780
27,334
30,263
18,026
1,867
31,241
17,364
7,795
29,679
9,190
7,656
17,395
55,293

3 870
334
549
698
1,156
140
339
264
48
1
1,238
382
129
501
137
1,597
471
256
5,346
1,624
871
1,751
394

340
329

88

3,197
25,956
3,267
10,095
4,265
5.593
11,068
1,099
6,987
9,379
764
1,545
2,032
2,220
7*877
887
804
1,831
8,612
46
5,081
5,345

REPORT OF THE

Demand deposits.

O

o
H

W
O
F

d
W
O
hj
H
w

Q
d
w
w
a
d
o

K
j

1,224
710
2,153
297
1,056
1,929
137
25
4,045
2,125
59
203
176
889
5,308
303
176
1,117
862
269
769
808
257
339
479
1,309
1,127
24
122
1,149
861
79
4,174
390
308

407
225
105
89
31
626
6
216
129
92
2
67
2
15
135
2
15
405
2
2
26
160
15
21
13
45
224
29
5
118
220
153
1,913
7
47

570
263
104
868
56
276
1
760
1,984
908
45
396
12
273
3,570
255
192
1,723
106
124
745
1,299
31
562
772
394
1,046
220
109
655
1,924
282
1,444
'527
224

1,484
1,778
200
77

All other reserve cities. 2,275,655

52,620

12,761

33,098

32,727

All reserve cities........... 4,320,663

96,172

27,103

65,607

33,876

1j

442
490
14

4
j
104
1

247 |
2 i................
23 !
11
1j
744
1,083
3 !
539
33 !
1
3

1

1i

o
197
34
423

9
5

39

655

2
1
151
175
119
1, 771
670
2,521
441
318
1,462
2,316
849
2,901

30
170
1 f ’*
1
2
101

3
4

433

96,355 |
29,849 ‘
21,911
35,374
10,722
63,806
9,234
46,510
57,736
47,351
3,898
10,514
2,166
8,143
69,475
7,598
6,833
45,779
3,643
4,194
9,264
39,372
4,341
6.985
16,272
30,216
44,731
• 10,320
7,608
37,319
56,469
11,152
160,403
4,492
13,277

415
3,183
60
1,675
1,974
5,388
3,591
6,891
2,061
1.228
1,168
894
485
1,517
4,322
1,089
101
3,634
103
32
3,602
6,944
2,361
1,740
1,461
5,689
4,510
1,330
468
1,137
2,153
515
3,594
451
2,179

1,300

75

536
620
979
143
753
1,886
77

1, 111

45
28
300

442
580
6
127
18
39
651
41
16
396
232
20
37
353
373
5
63
23
1,386
138
735
1,000
207
216
957
20
476

712
2,751
9,197
257
2,639
1,165
3,894
12,952
9,647
5,010
2,399
1,875
'3591,695
1,536
1,610
571
2,194
174
107
414
10,272
315
403
1,961
1,516
10,462
8,361
2,689
14,019
18,546
1.463
10', 445
1,198
3,255

2,963
6,554
10,236
2,075
5,441
8,439
7,562
21,254
12,150
6,818
3,573
2,896
862
3,251
6,509
2, 740
688
6,224
509
159
4,053
17,569
3,049
2,148
3,485
7,228
16,403
9,829
3,892
16,184
21,206
2,194
15,196
1,669
5,910

617

10

236
37
969

16

32

3

8,349

269

16,662

2,432,141

102,275

3,176

26,352

277, 754

409,557

8,424

506

19,093

4,571,444

129,087

6, 287

54,405

352,833

542,612

200

173




3

REPORT OP THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

92,667
26,625
19, 347
34,017
9,578
59,788
8,004
44,937
51,084
44,206
3,792
9,836
1,675
6,932
60,033
7,038
6,411
41,877
2,672
3,648
7,519
36,935
4,038
5,943
13,237
27,796
39,811
9,173
6,9p3
33,932
50,908
9,752
148,375
'3,568
12,647

Cleveland................. ...............
Columbus.................................
Toledo......................................
Indianapolis............................
Peoria.......................................
Detroit.....................................
Grand Rapids.........................
Milwaukee...............................
Minneapolis.............................
St. Paul........„..........................
Cedar Rapids...........................
Des Moines..............................
Dubuque..................................
Sioux City...............................
Kansas City, Mo.....................
St. Joseph................................
Lincoln.....................................
Omaha.....................................
Kansas City, Kans.................
Topeka.....................................
Wichita....................................
Denver.....................................
Pueblo......................................
Muskogee.................................
Oklahoma City.......................
Tulsa........................................
Seattle......................................
Spokane...................................
Tacoma....................................
Portland...................................
Los Angeles..............................
Oakland...................................
San Francisco..........................
Ogden.......................................
Salt Lake City.........................

174

AUG. 31, 1918—Continued.
[In thousands of dollars.]

Cities, States, and
Territories.

Time deposits.

Deposits
Certifi­
Indi­
cates of
Cashiers’ State
subject
Divi­
and
vidual
deposit Certified checks munici­ to notice dends
deposits
of less
due in
checks.
out­
subject less than
pal
unpaid.
standing. deposits. than 30
to check. 30 days.
days.

Other
demand
deposits.

Total.

Certifi­
State
cates of
and
PostalOther
deposit munici­ savings
time
due on
deposits. deposits.
pal
or after
30 days. deposits.

Total.

COUNTRY b a n k s .

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

27,772
25,937
12,415
145,018
27,361
108,844

424
1,196
364
2,937
2,344
3,598

56
57
51
572
137
763

144
291
149
455
43
408

Total New England
States..........................

347,347

10,863

1,636

1,490

New York................................
New Jersey..............................
Pennsylvania..........................
Delaware..................................
Maryland.................................

252,387
219,521
357,408
9,889
25,679

16,341
5,347
23,090

425
303
1,884
14
73

3,953
134
865

1,030

919
1,498
1,432
17
66

Total Eastern States...

864,884

45,808

3,932

2,699

Virginia....................................
West Virginia..........................
North Carolina........................
South Carolina........................
Georgia....................................
Florida.....................................
Alabama...................................
Mississippi...............................
Louisiana.................................
Texas1......................................
Arkansas..................................

77,457
57,166
40,117
24,601
27,807
20,385
40,777
18,623
24,175
178,086
25,578

4,840
3,824
3,907
444
1,744
1,064
934
1,027
1,677
5,772
4,154

462
134
48
20
35
45
65
15
29
219
21

417
256
867
332
454
256
206
140
231
• 1,719
273

30
453
47




92
57

10
9
7
18
2
53

16
28
385
3,251
71
6

28,422
27,610
13,371
152,308
29,958
113,672

560
450
411
1,556
658
558

27

345
588
80
3,087
954
4,166

35,746
2,444
14,106
34,073
6,631
14,188

36,651
3,482
14,597
38,743
8,243
18,912

149

99

3,757

365,341

4,193

27

9,220

107,188

120,628

113
26
117
1
17

1,279
302
7,367

26,779
1,302
89,675
395
2,143

224

193

275,643
237,779
406,421
10,025
27,402

241

251

226
10,648
14,258
104
93

3,610
5,208
10,996
249
43

122,423
84,174
249,842
3,394
36,024

153,053
90,684
350,737
4,038
38,210

5,203

25,329

274

9,141

957,270

120,294

465

20,106

495,857

636,722

18
8

11
11
5
3
7
2
30
54
36
63
24

167
497
154
12
72

83,384
62,341
45,145
25,412
30,138
22,406
42.280
20,931
26,584
186,977
30,671

16,480
16,667
9,135
3,710
6,335
1,386
2,806
3,945
1,703
12,600
2,204

546
528
48
9
78
388
104
96
50
241
176

28,022
17,128
9,147
14,796
5,666
9,694
7,289
2,139
5,446
8,382
1,413

45,048
34,347
18,399
18,515
12,079
11,546
10,228
6,195
7,199
21,223
3,793

1
646
111
1,031
321
180

32
7
134
1

157
9
108
804
620

24
69
78
29
15

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY,

Demand deposits.

Kentucky.................................
Tennessee.................................

56,297
32'571

1,993
4,865

87
57

156
238

25
20

40

18
8

132
11

58,748
37,770

7,919
7,428

104

119
68

5,775
6,148

13,813
13,748

623,640

36,245

1,237

5,545

2,865

240

272

2,743

672,787

92,318

319

2,451

121,045

216,133

183,045
108,242
166,666
40,961
50,209
60'218
75,896
35,398

26,192
17,841
23,912
3,537
5; 363
8', 527
11,869
2,525

441
203
209
86
84
74
96
7

410
390
380
194
390
1,406
644
106

8,797
89
565
192

210
171
38

1,108
329
929
536
200
165
1,006
233

220,247
127,292
192,724
45,513
56,404
70,893
89,801
39,202

41,505
27,506
46,899
14,681
34,608
64,420
64,500
6,989

950
131
333
550
19
13

460

149
37
272
463

44
27
25
7
9
6
18
10

3,794
1,594
2,456
1,344
1,035
1,146
270
171

58,668
24,863
54,100
53,971
34,622
24,719
17,817
2,255

104,917
54,094
103.788
70;546
70,284
90.298
82;587
9,415

Total Middle States_
_

720,635

99,766

1,200

3,920

10,563

1,340

146

4,506

842,076

301,108

1,996

11,810

271,015

585,929

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

19,332
27;611
44,812
78;853
34;545
17; 945
42', 029
14,114
85,509

4,914
6; 040
8,459
Si 614
5', 437
1,353
4; 569
1,414
5,759

46
28
28
38
81
23
52
12
41

465
532
491
740
2,540
838
697
363
2,008

4
12
36
756
208
344

9
44
64

284
2,685

97

5
9
5
11
5
3
8
1
17

63
447
112
501
545
6
99
167
174

24,838
34,723
54,007
89,513
43,466
20,512
47,490
16,355
96,290

28,356
23,711
32,315
23,590
17,154
6,957
15,074
3,651
13,594

34

35
49
62
331
1,222
229
922
111
191

3,556
3,645
2,367
2,503
6,971
2,825
4,158
2,485
2,003

31,947
27,411
34,744
26,424
25,347
10,012
20,154
6,247
15,822

Total Western States...

364,750

46,559

349

8,674

4,329

355

64

2,114

427,194

164,402

41

3,152

30,513

198,108

Washington.............................
Oregon......................................
California..................................
Idaho........................................
Utah..........................................
Nevada.....................................
Arizona.....................................
Alaska (member bank)..........

31,720
. 29,734
114,682
23,092
2,134
5,807
13,080
166

2.308
3,776
6,515
3,311
191
312
802

36
17
289
71
8
6
14

219
248
3,041
428
20
88
125

2,104
1,217
8,439
522
7
70
355

1
4
210
20
1

26
25
19
4
3
4
3

201
144
474
20
5

36,615
35,165
133,669
27,468
2,369
6,287
14,379
166

5,141
5,952
11.050
5; 171
840
1,430
1,168

21
4
961
7
32

1,447
514
1,610
298
102
262
258

11,216
3,943
35,879
4,462
1,557
2,117
1,323

17,825
10,413
49,500
9,938
2,499
3,809
2,781

12,714

236

84

844

256,118

30,752

1,025

4,491

60,497

96, 765

1,050
2,469

120
173

67

1

170
63

357
237

68

233

594

51,298 | 1,086,348

1.854,879

Total Pacific States___

220,415

17,215

441

4,169

Alaska (nonmember banks)..
Hawaii (nonmember banks)..

1,023
2,324

19
28

1
7

7
9

Total (n o n m e m b e r
banks).........................

460

105
36

)
50

51

6
1

3,347

47

8

16

50

51

3,519

293

Total country banks... 3,145,018

256,503

8,803

26,513

35,724

27,700

939

23,105

3,524,305

713,360

3,873

Total United States___ 7,465,681

352,675

35,906

92,120

69,600

36,124

1,445

42,198

8,095,749

842,447

10,160




1One report for June 29 used.

105,703

1,439,181

REPORT OP THE COMPTROLLER OP THE CURRENCY,

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

2,397,491
M
ox

T a b le N o . 43.— Cash in'Vault of national banks at date of each report during year ended

A u g . SI, 1918.
NOV. 20,1917.
[In thousands of dollars.]

Cities, States, and Territories.

Number
of banks.

Gold
coin.

Silver
and
minor
coins.

Clearing
house
certifi­
Paper
cates
currency.
(sec.
5192).

Total.

New York City.........................
Chicago......................................
St. Louis....................................

34
12
7

3,123
1,817
131

2,029
1,395
334

11,270

69,792
25,085
3,612

86,214
28,297
4,077

Central reserve cities___

11,270

98,489

118,588

53

5,071

3,758

Boston........................................
Albany.......................................
Brooklyn...................................
Philadelphia..............................
Pittsburgh.................................
Baltimore...................................
Washington...............................
Richmond.................................
Charleston..................................
Atlanta.......................................
Savannah...................................
Birmingham..............................
New Orleans..............................
Dallas.........................................
Fort Worth...............................
Galveston...................................
Houston.....................................
San Antonio..............................
Waco..........................................
Louisville...................................
Chattanooga..............................
Nashville........... ........................
Cincinnati...... ...........................
Cleveland...................................
Columbus...................................
Indianapolis.............................
Detroit........................................
Milwaukee.................................
Minneapolis...............................
St. Paul.....................................
Cedar Rapids............................
Des Moines................................
Dubuque....................................
Sioux City.................................
Kansas City, Mo.......................
St. Joseph..................................
Lincoln......................................
Omaha.......................................
Kansas City, Kans...................
Topeka.......................................
Wichita......................................
Denver.......................................
Pueblo.......................................
Muskogee...................................
Oklahoma City.........................
Tulsa..........................................
Seattle........................................
Spokane.....................................
Tacoma......................................
Portland....................................
Los Angeles...............................
San Francisco............................
Ogden........................................
Salt Lake City..........................

12
3
5
30
18
12
13
8
5
5
2
2
3
5
5
2
6
8
5
7
2
5
8
7
8
6
3
5
4
6
2
3
3
6
13
4
4
9
2
3
4
5
2
4
5
8
5
3
1
3
8
9
4
6

753
51
100
2.358
1,0G
0
512
157
111
13
225
3
74
25
40
59
34
155
203
41
104
41
31
457
339
124
787
160
139
607
1,000
7
177
49
54
716
132
43
284
16
67
43
1,467
97
35
96
74
1,023
116
61
1,463
2,368
4,351
148
440

977
51
159
1,401
854
453
156
127
31
185
9
65
49
170
172
50
281
374
136
164
54
149
263
247
171'
302
78
268
311
187
28
128
26
98
406
109
118
289
22
51
56
193
41
59
119
114
273
158
53
128
405
733
59
112

All other reserve cities..

326

23,093

11,672

3,020

110,910

148,695

All reserve cities.............

379

28,164

15,430

14,290

209,399

267,283

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

63
55
48
140
17
68

173
204
92
645
123
374

151
182
90
900
138
533

5

1,377
1,528
725
9,715
1,470
6,632

1,701
1,914
904
11,265
1,731
7,539

New England States_
_



391

1.611

1,994

5

21,447

25,057

10,274
1,322
956
2,500
13,818
17,746
6,840
3.639
1,027
308
1,555
180
568
1,314
1,204
736
196
1,761
1,807
456
1,754
1,012
710
4,891
5,302
10
1,853
2,968
2,958
2,288
2,010
1,354
193
683
159
477
2,9S2
571
266
1,832
167
165
432
1,748
167
276
849
580
.. 1,218
263
421
357
567
1.315
153
2,340
98
334

12.004
1,427
1,215
20,077
19.660
7,805
3,952
1.265
'352
1,965
192
707
1,388
1,414
967
280
2,197
2,384
633
2,022
1,107
890
5,611
5,898
2,148
4,057
3.196
2,695
2,928
2,541
228
988
234
629
4,104
812
427
2,405
205
283
531
3,408
305
370
1,064
768
2,514
537
892
2,158
4,088
7,577
305
886

COUNTBY BANKS.

NOV. 20,1917—Continued.
[In thousands of dollars.]

Cities, States, and Territories.

Number
of banks.

Gold
coin.

Silver
and
minor
coins.

Clearing
house
certifi­
Paper
cates
currency.
(sec.
5192).

Total.

COUNTRY BANKS—c o n t in u e d .

New York.................. .
New Jersey................ .
Pennsylvania.............
Delaware....................
Maryland...................
District of Columbia..

438
203
786
22
83
1

1,774
1,228
5,785
72
238
11

1,564
1,285
2,711
89
179
3

695

16,021
12,887
26,063
455
1,522
67

20,054
15,400
34,559
616
1,939
81

695

57,015

72,649

4,257
3,517
2,315
1,599
2,252
2,411
2,786
920
1,366
8,230
2,315
2,039
2,199

5,300
4,272
2.927
1,948
2,906
2,954
3,618
1,201
1,736
11,514
2,746
2,779
3,139

Eastern States..

1,533

9,108

5,831

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

139
115
81
72
93
56
89
34
29
508
67
126
102

507
372
203
60
206
221
372
78
88
1,515
155
434
559

536
353
409
289
448
322
460
203
282
1,769
276
306
381

Southern States.

1,511

4,770

6,034

36,236

47,040

Ohio.........................................
Indiana....................................
Illinois......................................
Michigan...................................
Wisconsin....... ........................
Minnesota................................
Iowa.........................................
Missouri...................................

348
253
456
103
138
280
337
108

2,243
1.492
2,309
807
985
1,424
1,380
364

1,421
1.016
1,520
476
551
718
928
354

123

12,813
6,073
9,053
3,893
3,148
3,539
3,436
1,240

16,600
8,581
12,822
5,176
4,684
5,681
5,744
1,958

123

Middle States................

2,023

11,004

6,984

43,195

61,306

Ndrth Dakota..........................
South Dakota..........................
Nebraska..................................
Kansas......................................
Montana...................................
Wyoming.................................
Colorado...................................
New Mexico.............................
Oklahoma1..............................

159
126
177
221
114
37
115
41
322

286
350
661
977
815
325
1,006
162
511

295
300
411
680
415
140
320
119
792

1,163
1,219
1,482
2,746
2,370
631
1, 722
607
3,516

1,744
1,869
2,554
4,403
3,600
1,096
3,048
888
4,819

Western States..............

1,312

5,093

3,472

15,456

24,021

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

69
78
253
63
14
10
14
1

1,113
1.574
5,007
571
79
382
524
15

277
259
1,205
208
25
58
137
6

723
540
3,076
603
48
271
502
11

2,113
2,37$
9,488
1,500
152
711
1,163
32

200
118

Pacific States................

502

9,265

2,175

318

5,774

17,532

Member country banks

7,272

40,851

26,490

1,141

179,123

247,605

Alaska......................................
Hawaii.....................................

2
3

263
724

14
73

73
85

350
882

Nonmember b anks.. . .

5

987

87

158

1,232

Total country banks...

7,277

41,838

26,577

1,141

179,281

248,837

Total United States_
_

7,656

70,002

42,007

15,431

388,680

516,120




178
T able N o. 43.— Cash in vault o f national hanks at date o f each report during year ended
A ug. 31, 1918—Continued.
DEC. 31,1917.

(In thousands of dollars.]

Cities,, States, and Territories.

Number
of banks.

Gold
coin.

Silver
and
minor
coins.

Clearing
house
certifi­
Paper
currency.
cates
(sec.
5192).

Total.

New York.......................................................
Chicago...........................................................
St. Louis.........................................................

50
23
7

3,079
2,484
108

4,572
1,207
345

11,010

67,513
29,526
6,623

86,174
33,217
7,076

Central reserve cities..........................

80

5,671

6,124

11,010

103,662

126,467

Boston.............................................................
Albany............................................................
Philadelphia.................................................
Pittsburgh. ..................................................
Baltimore........................................................
Washington....................................................
Richmond............; .........................................
Charleston.......................................................
Atlanta...........................................................
Savannah ......................................................
Birmingham..................................................
New Orleans..................................................
Dallas..............................................................
Port Worth....................................................
G alveston.....................................................
Houston..........................................................
San Antonio...................................................
Waco...............................................................
Louisville ......................................................
Chattanooga...................................................
Nashville.......................................................
Cincinnati.......................................................
Cleveland........................................................
Columbus........................................................
Indianapolis...................................................
Detroit............................................................
Milwaukee......................................................
Minneapolis...................................................
St. Paul...........................................................
Cedar Rapids.................................................
Des Moines.....................................................
Dubuque.........................................................
Sioux City......................................................
Kansas City, Mo............................................
St. Joseph.....................................................
Lincoln.............
.....................................
Omaha.............................................................
Kansas City, Kans........................................
Topeka............................................................
Wichita...........................................................
Denver............................................................
Pueblo............................................................
Muskogee........................................................
Oklahoma City...............................................
Tulsa...............................................................
Seattle.................................................1..........
Spokane..........................................................
Tacoma...........................................................
Portland.........................................................
Los Angeles ..................................................
San Francisco................................................
Ogden..............................................................
Salt Lake City...............................................

14
3
30
21
12
14
8
5
5
2
2
3
5
5
2
6
8
5
7
2
5
8
7
8
6
3
5
4
6
2
3
3
6
14
4
4
9
2
3
4
5
2
4
5
7
5
3
1
5
12
9
4
6

366
43
1,794
838
617
103
70
12
212
2
72
17
40
58
26
150
205
19
89
43
26
420
209
102
716
139
133
472
981
2
136
48
39
115
138
21
203
5
33
41
1,220
84
6
90
33
886
115
61
769
2,008
3,967
147
420

598
66
1,460
907
415
150
170
41
191
11
53
51
183
179
57
306
376
172
169
67
95
256
269
171
298
65
238
339
198
34
126
27
88
386
120
103
276
28
59
71
220
45
70
120
124
277
138
53
180
486
784
61
134

11,107
1,571
14,418
15,364
8,484
3,671
2,191
500
* 1,620
221
855
1,322
1,154
640
273
2,514
1,931
278
2,032
1,009
929
5,702
6,163
2,171
2,857
3,955
2,216
2,320
1,318
202
523
209
526
3,890
576
234
1,700
158
215
498
2,015
260
317
724
929
1,801
436
575
768
1,882
2,895
106
529

12,071
1,680
18,942
17,109
9,516
3,924
2,753
553
2,023
234
980
1,390
1,377
877
356
2,970
2,512
469
2,290
1,119
1,050
6,378
6,651
2,444
3,871
4,159
2,587
3,131
2,497
238
785
284
653
4,391
834
358
2,179
191
307
610
3,455
389
393
934
1,086
2,964
689
814
1,717
4,376
7,740
314
1,083

1,270

322

10

125
94

All other reserve cities........................

333

18,561 :

11,561

1,821

120,754

152,697

All reserve cities..................................

413

24,232 :

17,685

12,831

224,416

279,164
1,618
1,787
869
9,436
1,719
6,854
22,283

COUNTRY BANKS.

Maine..............................................................
New Hampshire.............................................
V ermont.........................................................
Massachusetts................................................
Rhode Island.................................................
Connecticut ..................................................


New England States..........................


63
55
48
138
17
68

138
175
87
498
91
262

175
207
94
792
137
504

10

1,305
1,405
688
8,136
1,491
6,088

389

1,251

1,909

10

19,113

T a b l e N o . 43. — Cash in va u lt o f national banks at date o f each report during year ended

A u g . 31, 1918—Continued.
DEC. 31,1917—Continued.
[In thousands of dollars.]

Cities, States, and Territories.

COUNTRY

Number
of banks.

Gold
coin.

Silver
and
minor
coins.

Clearing
house
certifi­
Paper
cates
currency.
(sec.
5192).

Total.

BANKS—continued.
427
203
783
22
83

1,472
1,066
4,920
69
216

1,579
1,169
2,807
74
187

465

Pennsylvania.................................................
Delaware.........................................................
Maryland........................................................

14,401
12,475
26,860
567
1,658

17,917
14,710
34^587
710
2,061

Eastern States.....................................

1,518

7,743

5,816

465

55,961

69,985

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

139
116
81
73
92
55
89
34
29
508
69
125
102

433
325
172
47
182
207
335
74
81
1,463
149
414
529

579
356
416
295
381
349
474
195
295
1,995
'313
357
417

4,725
3,893
3,007
2,031
2,716
2,626
3,565
1,947
8,575
2,683
2,716
2,617

5,737
4,574
3,595
2,373
3,279
3*182
4,374
1,370
2,323
12,068
3,145
3,487
3,563

New York......................................................

1,101

35

Southern States...................................

1,512

4,411

6,422

35

42,202

53,070

Ohio................................................................
Indiana...........................................................
Illinois......
....
..........................
Michigan.........................................................
Wisconsin.......................................................
Minnesota........................... ..........................
Iowa................................................................
Missouri.................................. .......................

348
254
446
103
139
280
337
107

1,910
1,363
2,025
685
920
1,162
1,308
312

1,562
992
1,491
505
573
744
879
344

134

13,760
6,677
9,508
4 ’ 446
3,526
3,934
3,267
1,425

17,366
9,032
13*024
5* 636
5*019
5*840
5,454
2,081

134

Middle States......................................

2,014

9,685

7,090

46,543

63,452

North Dakota ...........................................
South Dakota................................................
Nebraska........................................................
Kansas............................................................
Montana........................................„...............
Wyorning . . .
. . ..........................
Colorado................
.................................
New Mexico...................................................
Oklahoma.......................................................

161
125
178
221
118
37
115
41
319

271
316
517
775
732
209
807
150
363

312
325
388
708
482
145
361
138
836

1,171
1,213
1,359
2,920
3,083
870
2,035
628
3,471

1,754
1,854
2,264
4,403
4,297
1,224
3) 203
*916
4,670

'Western States .................................

1,315

4,140

3,695

16,750

24,585

Vrashington....................................................
Oregon............................................................
California........................................................
Idaho..............................................................
Utah................................................................
Nevada...........................................................
Arizona...........................................................
Alaska.............................................................

69
77
247
64
14

333
297
1, 238
250
29
67
165

61
125

1

1,009
1,471
4,811
574
79
375
421
20

1,217
778
3,072
758
43
237
573
41

2,559
2,546)
9,182
1,707
151
679
1 159
68

Pacific States.......................................

496

8,760

2,386

186

6,719

18,051

Alaska.............................................................
Hawaii...........................................................

2
3

274
1,064

19
100

64
15

1,179

Nonmember banks..............................

5 |

1,338

119

79

1,536

Total country banks...........................

7,249 j

37,328

27,437

830

187,367

252,962

Total United States............................

7,662

61,560

5,122

13,661

411,783

532,126




10

14

i

357

T a b l e N o . 43.— Cash in vault o f national hanks at date o f each report during year ended

A ug. 31, 1918—Continued.
MAR. 4, 1918.
[In thousands of dollars.]

Gold
eertifi
cates
Cities, States, and Ter­ Num­ Gold pay­
ber of
ritories.
banks. coin. able to
order
or to
bearer.
New York City..............
St. Louis........................
Central reserve cities..

Galveston.......................
Dbustrin
...................
San Antonio...................
Wa.no ..........................
Louisville.......................
Chattanooga...................
Memphis1.......................
Nashville........................
Cincinnati................. .
Cleveland........................
Columbus.......................
Toledo i . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Indianapolis...................
Peoria ............................
Detroit ___ . . . . . . . . . __
Grand Rapids 1..............
Milwaukee......................
Minneapolis....................
St Paul..........................
Cedar Rapids.................
Des Moines.....................
Dubuque..... ..................
Sioux City......................
Kansas City, Mo............
St Joseph.......................
T,iXc nl n ........................
i
Omaha............................
Kansas City, Kans........
Topeka ..........................
W ichita...........................
Denver ..........................
Pnobfo ........................
Muskogee ...................
Oklahoma City..............
Tulsa ............................
SAftttl p.............................
Spokane..........................
Tacoma...........................
Portland.........................
Los Angeles...................
Oakland 1.......................
San Francisco................
s lit Lake City...............

Cleaidnghouse <
3ertificat es.

Fed­
eral
reserve
Na­
Based Based Silver Silver Legal tional and
on
on
certifi­ ten­ bank Fed­ Total.
der
gold other coin. cates. notes. notes. eral
specie
reserve
and
and
gold
bank
certifi­ lawful
notes.
cates. money.

50 2,218 15,448 11,150
23 1,252 3 486
124
6
143

210

1,854 16,660 10,382
1,752 8,295 7,034
302 1,711
344

1,733 10,523
2,234 4,691
571 1,483

79 3,594 19,077 11,150

210

3,908 26,666 17,760

4,538 16,697 103,600

15
3
2
30
21
12
14
8
5
5
2
2
3
5
5
-2
6
8
5
7
2
3
5
8
6
8
4
G
4
3
3
5
4
6
2
3
3
6
14
4
4
9
2
3
4
5
2
4
5
7
6
3
1
5
12
2
9
4
6

289
509
834
19
69
171
188
715
126
178
1,162 3 968
1,077
'862 1,016
955
206
400
432
48
137
102
553
64
186
118
12
63
42
267
216
139
3
4
21
59
77
56
11
41
30
48
177
92
61
232
13
27
74
35
156
378
160
171
349
370
5
24
184
94
323
153
56
74
42
29
48
102
28
121
28
201
53
255
68
335
398
121
156
255
150
127
105
64
327
428
375
41
180
135
116
100
122
46
92
94
269
123
232
587
356
86
1,007
262
51
6
2
43
53
21
75
34
50
51
28
110
89
3
112
440
337
89
105
151
24
8
89
215
274
122
6
26
10
11 ...........i...........
54
34
1
43
45
53
1
212
1,098
266
...........
93
46
47 .........1
1
7
68
22
...........1...........
168
95
32
27
117
31
433
37
313
192
59
16
62
89
19
178
755
19
1,464
354
298
_____
95
435
19 _____ 1
2,250
212
756
60
135
19
310
153
39

756
3,505 1,228
132
346
287
560
312
415
835
4,213 1,905
2,105 1,068 4,072
327
2,127
363
738
726
129
286
76
243
100
40
77
249
124
275
17
62
50
54
22
529
237
97
82
30
326
146
17
224
76
62
15
99
255
99
616
191
26
556
78
143
73
131
238
249
124
346
79
8
53
83
117
184
43
1,251
463
793
994
814
412
262
287
293
205
63
270
337
418
447
42
99
105
367
463
535
98
66
103
327
189
305
269
320
231
138
152
209
38
104
23
59
177
55
2S
38
40
31
103
73
509
144
867
53
53
69
108
11
40
206
243
256
11
22
34
14
20
23
11
70
69
134
492
49
9
36
44
23
27
87
80
47
187
61
45
213
78
138
287
44
105
46
29
4
70
40
3
93
102
137
959
64
4
5
133
40 1,217
1
3
45
26
64
355

70,178
28,744
4,678

2,586
9,707
1,437
413
681 3,175
2,739 15,899
5,386 15,464
1,606
5,509
1,575
3,960
151
1,124
133
467
325 1,595
47
204
120
917
327
825
260
1,079
150
773
57
369
576 2,240
139
1,802
184
691
278 1,466
55
776
199
522
285
806
1,171
4,187
903 3,924
229
1,603
66
1,050
606 2,938
146
748
1,193
2,896
116615
907 2,352
620 2,469
737 2,556
47
263
245
685
17
258
116
550
1,297
3,709
121
641
24
304
709 2,025
53
162
21
177
223
514
945 3,196
127
402
54
288
264
873
291
785
651
1,937
125
587
297
570
681
1,769
476 3,790
253
875
1,386
5,994
7
270
114
1,061

All other reserve cities

352 14,820'12,751

871

11,867 21,777 11,423 20,811 33,510 127,830

All reserve cities.........

431 18,414 31,828 12,021

210 15,775 48,443 29,183 25,349 50,207 231,430




i Made a reserve city Jan. 1,1918.

[In thousands of dollars.]
Clearinghouse certid­
Fed­
Gold
cates.
eral
certifi­
reserve
Na­
Num­ Gold cates Based Based Silver Silver Legal tional and
Cities, States, and Ter­ ber of
on
on
certifi­ ten­ bank Fed­ Total.
der
ritories.
other coin. cates. notes. notes. eral
banks. coin. &
order gold specie
and
reserve
or to gold and
bank
bearer. certifi­ lawful
notes.
cates. money.
COUNTRY BANKS.

Massachusetts................
Connecticut............. —
New England States..

Maryland........................
Eastern States............

Georgia...........................
Florida............................
Alabama.........................
Mississippi.....................
Louisiana........................
Texas..............................
Arkansas........................
Kentucky................. .....
Tennessee.......................
Southern States..........
Ohio................................
Indiana...........................
Illinois............................
Michigan ........................
Wisconsin___________
Minnesota.......................
Iowa................................
Missouri..........................
Middle States..............
North Dakota,................
South Dakota.................
Nebraska,........................
Kansas............ ..............
Montana.........................
W yomins'.... ..................
Colorado........ .................
Now Mexico...................
Oklahoma.......................
Western States...........
Washington...................
Oregon............................
California,.................
Tdaho

Utah...............................
N e v a d a ,........................

Arizona...........................
Alaska (member bank)..
Pacific States..............
Alaska1........................
Hawaii...........................
Nonmember banks. . .
Total country banks..
Total U nited States...

131
63
108
183
121
48
78
98
139 512
735
17
82
194
67 258
730
389 1,244 1,986
425 1,177 “17457“
203 1,007 l } 749
780 4^846 4 } 592
21
96
60
83 211
309
1,512 7,337 8,167
140 403
640
116 326
667
81
170
213
40
73
70
91
186
196
55 221
272
88 333
352
67
34
90
28
77
167
508 1,287 1,206
70 111
213
125 375
464
97 473
313
1,506 4,069 4,863
343 1,691 2,198
252 1,348
833
444 1,709 1,675
100 625
626
141 886
700
280 1,015
531
722
337 1,253
107 305
258
2,004 8,832 7,543
162 247~
217
125 261
222
178 513
339
222 742
609
122 631
598
37
177
112
116 780
420
42
144
94
320 357
462
1,324 3,852 3,073
100
■ 6<r 908
78 1,167
73
424
245 4,337
108
65 440
14
73
6
48
10 296
17 356
119
1
40
10
888
499 7,617
2 290
3 739
5 1,029
7,239 33,980 26,520
7,670 52,394 58,348




2

4

1
...........
4
2

1
.......... 1
...........
|
1
. . . . . . . 1 ...........
...........1
...........
1
1
l
1
1
1
34
2! |
1

20

1

!
i
.......... 1
...........
20
55
l
!
.......... 1
............
.......... i........
....... :
47

47

104
12,125

24
234

166
271
198
261
95
96
764 1,777
461
138
508 1,070
1,869 3,936
1,484 2,094
1,096 2,299
2,821 4,341
138
79
183
359
5,663 9,231
556
899
364
593
360
416
307
184
380
351
320
504
451
363
183
182
343
330
1,859
842
274
183
292
342
227
249
5,916 5,438
1,411 “1 , 9 1 3
908
884
1,324 1,348
411
509
555
507
750
372
852
457
265
145
6,476 6,135
35fT
111
305
117
361
146
608
235
171
526
154
49
356
104
154
49
759
307
3,579 1,289
323
55
279
24
1,077
166
262
45
37
3
77
16
207
69
___ 7_
378
2,269
22
84
106
25,878 26,407
41,653 74,850

294
290
125
1,297
161
1,086
3,253
2,392
1,488
5,509
40
227
9,656
817
1 111
535
375
523
921
1,115
196
401
2,354
521
678
546
10,093
lO ifT
1,583
1,909
597
663
706
862
363
9,829
278
316
312
693
643
208
520
238
1,033
4,241
282
180
991
244
24
141
261
6
2,129
62
10
72
19,952 39,273
49,135 64,622

180
169
85
1,115
110
607
2,266
1,685
1,587
3,150
67
240
6,729
423
397
220
113
139
460
151
195
47
677
129
310
147
3,408
W, 668
747
1,222
694
413
341
650
170
5,905
122
126
135
262
134
62
219
47
237
1,344
41
28
106
52
1
41
25
6
300

259
476
152
2,659
344
2,497
6,387
3,507
3,960
7,509
117
222
15,315
H7T4iT
622
551
310
544
506
645
209
448
1,798
683
408
244
8,112
2,221
1,354
2,072
779
918
937
753
289
9,323
347
307
326
694
902
370
620
147
817
4,530
522
425
1,073
192
11
79
182

1,409
1,698
729
8,865
1,490
6,756
20,947
13,796
13,186
32,768
597
1,751
62,098
882
4,080
2*465
1,399
2,319
3’ 204
3,410
1,122
1,813
10,023
2,114
2,869
2,199
41,899
14,282
7,657
11,300
4,241
4,642
4,652
5,549
1,795
54,118
17678
1,654
2,132
3,843
3,605
1,132
3,066
873
3,972
21,955
2,231
2,176
8,174
1,343
155
698
1,219
69
2,484 16,065
374
833
1,207
46,151 218,289
96,358 449,719

T a b l e N o . 43.— Cashin vault o f national banks at date o f each report during year ended

A ug. Sly 1918—Continued.
MAY 10, 1918.
[In thousands of dollars.]

Number
of banks.

Cities, States, and Territories.

New York City...................
Chicago................................
St. Louis,...........................

Gold
coins.

Silver
and
minor
coins.

Clearing­
house
certifi­
Paper
cates
currency.
(sec.
5192).

Total.

49
23
6

2,367
1,010
105

2,727
1,835
336

11,150

59,802
26, 439
5,282

76,046
29,284
5,723

78

3,482

’ 4,898

11,150

91,523

111,053

15
3
2
30
21
12
14
7
5
5
2
2
3
5
5
2
6
8
6
7
2
3
5
8
6
8
4
6 |
4
3
3
5
6
6
2
3
3
6
14
4
4
9
2
3
4
5
2
4
5
7
6
3
1
5
12
2
9
4
6 |

354
14
321
591
528
448
127
45
12
219
5
57
11
48
63
28
80
142
25
44
40
28
31
65
102
108
140
423
174
40
48
129
569
512
4
52
53
29
106
69
25
206
7
8
34
1,296
48
6
77
23
305
49
81
130
976
81
2,285
60
59

1,113
58
92
1,186
983
452
162
139
71
307
33
73
63
133
220
80
462
299
194
122
76
54
93
157
293
141
104
248
59
114
61
213
386
256
40
72
26
112
473
90
83
259
30
44
56
215
34
67
204
114
354
196
61
280
443
116
709
69
134

52

11,106
1,206
2,133
11,876
8,695
4,570
3,194
1,248
393
1,696
124
776
1,302
1,154
422
292
1,747
1,301
560
1,733
738
506
1,301
3,907
3,660
1,893
1,012
2, 789
622
2,479
650
2,197
2,160
1,900
262
774
151
• 679
3,296
519
351
1,516
220
137
449
1,871
286
278
596
673
1,696
322
496
938
2,528
636
3,565
116
219

12,625
1,278
3,206
13,653
10,206
5,470
3, 483
1, 432
476
2,222
162
906
1,376
1,335
705
400
2,289
1,742
779
1,899
854
588
1,425
4,129
4,055
2,142
1,361
3,460
855
2,633
759
2,539
3,115
2,668
306
898
230
820
3,890
678
459
1,981
257
189
539
3,382
368
351
877
818
2,355
567
638
1,348
3,947
833
6,559
245
412

All other reserve cities

354 j

11,640 |

12,778

All reserve cities.........

432 |

15,122 j

17,676

Central reserve cities
Boston,...............................
Albany................................
Buffalo................................
Philadelphia.......................
Pittsburgh..........................
Baltimore............................
Washington,,.....................
Richmond...........................
Charleston...........................
Atlanta................................
Savannah............................
Birmingham.......................
New Orleans......................
Dallas.. . ..............................
Fort Worth........................
Galveston...........................
Houston..............................
San Antonio. . ...................
W aco..................................
Louisville............................
Chattanooga.......................
Memphis.............................
Nashville............................
Cincinnati..........................
Cleveland............................
Columbus...........................
Toledo.................................
Indianapolis........................
Peoria..................................
Detroit..............................
Grand Rapids....................
Milwaukee..........................
Minneapolis........................
St. Paul............. ................
Cedar Rapids.....................
Des Moines.........................
Dubuque.............................
Sioux City..........................
Kansas City, Mo................
St. Joseph...........................
Lincoln................................
Omaha................................
Kansas City, Kans............
Topeka................................
Wichita...............................
Denver...............................
Pueblo.................................
Muskogee............................
Oklahoma City..................
Tulsa...................................
Seattle.................................
Spokane..............................
Tacoma...............................
Portland..............................
Los Angeles,.......................
Oakland..............................
San Francisco.....................
Ogden.................................
Salt Lake City...................




!

660

105

15

8

103,916 (

129,174

11,990 | 195,439 |

240,227

840

T a b le N o . 43.-— Cash in vault o f national hanks at date o f each report during year ended

A u g . SI, 1918—Continued.
MAY 10,1918—Continued.
[In thousands of dollars.]

Cities, States, and Territories.

COUNTRY

Number
of banks.

Gold
coins.

Silver
and
minor
coins.

Clearing­
house
Paper
certifi­
cates
currency.
(sec.
5192).

Total.

BANK S.

Massachusetts,. .............................................
Rhode Island-„_.............................................
Connecticut....................................................

63
55
48
140
17
67

124
174
63
468
74
240

New England States..........................

390
425

14,470
12,960
32,383
644
1,899
62,356

5

4,430
3,508
2,074
1,169
1 709
2,294
2,724
974
1,137
6,639
1, 843
2,610
1, 738
32,849

5,417
4,197
2,637
1,564
2,335
2,928
3,577
1,268
1,590
8,742
2,297
3,315
2,499
42,366

11,656
5,774
9,132
3,923
3,587
3,646
3, 884
1,259
42,861

14,824
7,934
12,363
5,019
5,031
5,321
1,864
58,376

1,124
1,160
1,566
2,714
2,640
935
1,935
611
2,622
15,307

1,697
1,674
2,448
4,107
3, 673
1,291
3,093
875
3, 751
22,609

1,217
1,039
4,065
792
45
303
755

2,013
2,057
7, 571
1,264
107
479

Virginia,.........................................................

140
116
81
75
90

388
329
180
44
187

"Louisiana _ __
..................
Texas..............................................................
Arkansas .. ..
......................................
Kentucky.......................................................
Tennessee,.....................................................
Southern States...................................

89
33
28
509
70
125
97
1,509

75
1,050
106
362
476
3,833

599
360
383
351
439
414
505
226
378
1,053
348
343
285
5, 684

Ohio................................................................
Indiana...........................................................
Illinois....... ....................................................
Michigan........................................................
Wisconsin
...........................................
Minnesota.
...........................................
Iowa...............................................................
Missouri..........................................................
Middle States................................... *

343
252
443
99
142
282
338
107
2,006

1,694
1,260
1,781
652
833
912
1,233
277
8, 642

1,375
900
1,450
444
611
763
903
328
6, 774

North Dakota,..............................................
South Dakota................................................
Nebraska........................................................
.............................................
Kansas
Montana ......................................................
W y oming. ....................................................
Colorado ..
........................................
New Mexico...................................................
Oklahoma......................................................
Western States...................................

163
125
178
224
126
38
115
43
320
1,332

193
185
479
703
519
194
803
119
284
3,479

380
329
403
690
514
162
355
145
845
3, 823

W ashington....................................................
Oregon .......................................................
California........................................................
Idaho ..... ......................................................
Utah
.........................................................
Nevada
.............. ................................... .
Arizona...........................................................
Alaska (member bank)...............................
Pacific States............................ .........

70
78
247
14

483
728
2,303
208
32

504

232
29
4,126

313
290
1,199
264
30
65
214
2,383
26
67
93

2

21,600

1,764
1,415
1,086
2, 758
85
218
5,562

83
1,510

66
10
IS
1

18,688
12,108
10,926
24,967
515
1,435
49,951

1,143

Maryland........................................................
Eastern States.....................................

North Carolina....................................... ......
South Carolina...............................................
Georgia...........................................................
Florida ......... ...............................................

1,499
1,646
825
8,377
1,765
7,488

5

947
948
4, 658
44
246
6,843

202
780
20

1,209
1,269
677
7,200
1,559
6, 774

166
203
85
704
132
474

220
348
68

111

99

99

4

112

8
4

8,328

8

6,020

1,201

149
14,841

Alaska, ( n o n m e m b e r banks')1.......................
Hawaii (nonmember banks).......................
N o n m e m b e r banks .

5

381
633
1,014

12

1,11

Total country banks..........................

7,256

29,080

26,083

108 | 167,996

223,267

Total United States............................

7,688 j

44,202

43,759

12,098 | 363,435

463, 494




3

4

415
704

T able

N o. 43.— Cash in vault of national banks at dite of each report during year ended
Aug. 31, 1918—Continued.
JU N E 29, 1918.
[In thousands of dollars.]

Clearing­
Gold house certifi­
cates.
Sub­
certifi­
Stand­ sidi­
N um ­ Gold cates Based Based
ard
ary
pay­
Cities, States, and ber of
silver silver
on
coin. able to on
Territories.
dol­ and
banks.
bearer gold other lars. minor
and specie
or
coin.
and
order. gold
certifi­ lawful
cates. money.

Silver Legal N a­
cer­ ten­ tional
bank
der
tifi­
cates. notes. notes.

Fed­
eral
reserve
and
Fed­ Total.
eral
reserve
bank
notes.

New York C i t y . . .
Chicago...................
St. L ouis.................
Central reserve
cities.................

49 1,990 14,988 10,855
23 1,077 2,885
6 '115
84

21 1,722 12,593
229 1,576 6,060
172 1,303
115

8,820
6,046
421

1,797 13,405 66,191
1,306 4,103 23,282
484 1,393 4,087

78 3,182 17,957 10,855

365 3,470 19,956 15,287

3,587 18,901 93,560

Boston.....................

15
3
2
30
21
12
14
7
5
5
2
2
3
5
5
2
6
8
6
7
2
3
5
8
6
8
4
6
4
3
3
5
6
6
2
3
3
6
14
4

Pittsburgh..............
Baltimore................
R ichm ond..............
Savannah...............

Galveston...............
H ouston..................
San A ntonio..........
W aco.......................
Louisville...............
Chattanooga..........
M emphis.................
N ash ville................
Cincinnati..............
Cleveland................
Columbus...............
Toledo................. - Indianapolis..........
Peoria......................
D etroit....................
Grand R apids----Milwaukee.............
Minneapolis............
St. P au l..................
Cedar R apids........
Des Moines............
D ubuque................
Sioux C ity..............
Kansas City, M o ..
St Joseph..............
L incoln...................
Omaha....................
Kansas City, Kans
Topeka....................
Wichita...................
D enver....................
Pueblo.....................
Muskogee................
Oklahoma C ity . . .
T ulsa.......................
S eattle.....................
Spokan e ..................
Tacoma...................
Portland.................
Los Angeles............
Oakland..................
San Francisco........
Ogden.....................
Salt Lake C ity----

4

9
2
3
4
5
2
4
5
7
6
3
1
5
12
2
9
4
6

326
16
204
542
398
337
109
44
12
220
5
9
20
28
27
77
142
5
93
34
28
31
41
36
89
42
452
1*61
38
37
101
106
24
1
69
9
25
64
65
9
156
10
3
42
1,105
39
2
78
6
327
7
87
36
745
56
1,206
45
58

710
68
93
660
2,483
10
'439
262
30
218
113
21
158
3
73
17
43
7
8
75
74
2
329
33
104
42
133
313
181
5
37
176
55
16
30
132
2
27
75
16
42
70
123
10
88
3
78
7
5
33
1
246
46
1
57
37
18
6
4
• 8
169
7
158
24
12 ..........!...............

1

6
510
7
66
18
73
822
197
160
837
197
25
11
144
23
105
7
40
223
41
5
32
22
32
18
26
63
98
73
133
31
29
240
224
158
193
80
140
101
66
26
59
33
41
24
63
138
33
231
51
75
60
26
73
100
156
23
28
7
89
49 ' 20
51
156
180
258
108
146
8
17
40
68
8
10
37
47
118
337
57
41
42
35
120
134
9
13
12
30
44
41
123
52
22
10
29
53
103
79
60
57
83
235
68
97
4
49
81
35
238
173
11
23
174
430
35
27
42
54

3,188
111
100
2,012
1,473
1, Oil
425
254
66
237
42
57
130
121
36
30
167
103
67
271
75
79
115
564
371
282
128
363
70
231
73
182
47
119
26
44
6
69
612
32
10
133
5
107
36
38
29
11
74
100
41
44
38
37
139
17
126
4
24

1,069 1,262
77
324
267
175
1,051
599
725 2,346
136
252
304
59
64
331
50
69
101
358
18
40
17
278
86
106
40
307
8
123
17
210
108
770
21
485
66
60
138
287
330
115
6
18
30
404
324
416
299
468
364
419
51
333
164
822
60
111
151
358
91
30
181
373
202
166
97
184
24
17
100
246
5
30
38
103
274
739
19
105
10
47
163
156
21
37
6
63
37
90
37
554
50
30
11
82
143
15
15
105
54
283
44
56
29
130
4
138
45
513
16
123
67
751
2
35
8
162

2,776
561
1,070
5,531
3,725
1,644
1,824
200
70
328
42
260
401
128
23
124
297
425
61
273
67
226
219
1,032
1,183
392
255
836
153
1,445
254
877
949
697
56
280
9
196
918
134
146
699
58
24
222
806
169
34
187
366
757
155
170
589
1,535
214
2,229
68
134

9,847
1,230
2,660
13,247
10,103
3,894
3,094
1,134
335
1,666
187
795
793
820
431
476
1,958
1,601
481
1,558
739
535
928
2,681
2,952
1,862
950
3,069
661
2,335
584
2,053
1,910
1,402
224
863
119
585
3,195
541
302
1,639
160
250
545
2,961
395
223
736
746
1,798
477
511
928
3,557
467
5,141
240
494

All other reserve
cities.................

354 8,140

705 ;

10

3,404 7,891 14,402

All reserve cities

432 11,322 25,767 11,560 ,

10

3,76911,361 34,358 22,970 21,107 57,404 199,628




7,810

7,683 17,520 38,503 106,068

T able N o. 43.— Cash in vault of national banks at daje of each report during year ended

Aug. 31, 1918—Continued.
JU N E 29, 1918,
(In thousands of dollars.]

Clearing­
Gold house certifi­
cates.
Sub­
certifi­
Stand­ sidi­
cates Based Based
ard
ary
Num­
Cities, States, and ber of Gold pay­
silver silver
on
coin. able to on
Territories.
dol­ and
other
banks.
bearer gold specie lars. minor
and
or
coin.
and
order. gold lawful
certifi­
cates. money.

Silver Legal Na­
cer­ ten­ tional
bank
tifi­
der
cates. notes. notes.

Fed­
eral
reserve
and
Fed­ Total.
eral
reserve
bank
notes.

COUNTRY BANKS.

New Ham pshire...
Massachusetts........
Rhode Islan d ........
Connecticut............
N ew Engl’d Sts.

Maryland................
Eastern States..
West Virginia........
North Carolina.. . .
Georgia....................
Florida....................
Alabama.................
Mississippi.............
L o u isia n a .................
T e x a s ........................
A rkansas .............

K entucky...............
Tennessee...............
Southern States.
Ohio.........................
Indiana...................
Illinois.....................
Michigan.................
W isconsin..............
M innesota..............
Iow a.........................
Missouri..................
Middle States. . .
North Dakota........
South Dakota........
Nebraska................
K ansas....................
M ontana1...............
W yoming...............
Colorado.................
New M exico..........
O klahom a.. . ___
Western States..
W ashington...........
Oregon ....................
California................
Idaho.......................
U ta h .................... ...
N evada...................
Arizona...................
Alaska (member
bank)...................
Pacific States. . .
Alaska (nonmem­
ber banks).........
Hawaii (nonmem­
ber banks)..........
Nonmember banks
Total country banks..

Total Uni ted States

63
55
48
141
17
67
391
425
202
782
20
83
1,512
142
116
81
76
90
56
89
33
28
511
72
125
96
1,515
343
252
442
99
142
282
338
107
2,005
165
125
178
225
126
38
115
43
324
1,339
70
78
247
68
14
10
18

327
320
60
455
74
231
1,067
831
929
4,067
34
208
6,069
386
299
173
42
182
215
348
66
63
614
113
256
419
3,176
1,239
998
1,449
532
690
575
1,040
234
6,757
152
123
292
528
445
121
539
67
173
2,440
325
620
1,233
145
29
42
186

28
1
506 2,608
2

291

61
75
61
425
116
672
1,410
814
1,091
2,943
15
266
5,129
496
413
146
49
153
191
298
62
68
379
218
348
263
3,084
1,651
62
651
1.192_____
429
422
347
544
153
5,389
62
102
113
1951
291
453
38l
238J
26!
170!
1,626}..........
65|
35
222
7
48!
9!
9|
87
475|1
|
30

7

531
3
822
30;..........
5
69
7,273 22,939 17,143)
7,705 34,261 42,910^1,629

12
13
9
42
3
38
117
157
80
588
18
23
866
104
82
90
44
91
93
170
50
169
683
159
109
90
1,934
427
336
454
117
186
264
363
132
2,279
119
113
173
340
142
61
163
64
247
1,422
107
90
383
94
14
30
65

260
272
186
141
289 1,348
164
217
122
243
482 1,436
78
132
109
70
698
179
617 1,151
820
844 2,353 6,707
131
125
285
542 1,441
165
442
863
594 1,013 2,203 6,056
1,567 27897 1,957 2,623 "6,048 J7,686
1,092 17453 ~ 1 ,282 1,950 4,094 11,673
930 1,504 1,010
975 4,097 10,616
1,938 3,093 2,688 3,769 7,064 26,150
64
125
99
207
50
612
170
238
282
125
317 1,629
4,194 6,457 5,317 6,869 15,779 50,680
444
469
767
770 1,052 4,488
254
408
263
887
593 3,199
208
387 1,855
281
174
396
262
98
152
286
196 1,129
265
92
354
205
253 1,595
234
333
390
591
606 2,453
299
128
325
596
603 2,767
134
82
855
95
116
250
198
41
268
349 1,342
186
1,176
561
440 2,321 1 387 7,561
199
108
389
123
654 1,863
206
298
276
607
486 2,586
166
197
342
99
262 1,838
4,045 _3,894 _ 2,497 7,923 7,078 33,631
786 17320 ~ 1 7 l5 l ” 27627 2,895 12,158
508
594
689 1,361 1,604 6,741
828
972 1,473 2,638 9,903
897
264
488 1,201 3,944
419
494
301
373
667 1 109 4,093
345
446
294
375
737 1,410 4,448
477
294
527
762
942 4,949
155
119
162
330
352 1,637
3,765 4,282 4,743 8,445 12,151 47,873
215
114
96
226
354 1,378
175
114
312
79
403 1,432
222
136
127
369
534 2,048
376
247
210
794 1,040 3,826
325
131
491 1,134 3,277
156
72
36
39
967
203
397
181
160
73
452
834 2,640
92
32
40
191
792
280
467
204
224
718 2,977
774
2,125
988 1,230 3,812 5,694 19,337
189
67
181
30
919 1,883
171
36
12
166
835 1,965
734
212
110
989 2,373 6,263
163
38
172
45
329 1,032
1
15
4
27
24
123
42
13
16
75
431
204
87
28
69
189
367 1,078

5
783 1,404 ■ 439
27
93

2

66
308

1,799

99
5,051 12,874

8

6

364

4
628
12
992
120
2
6
7,401 17,220 18,959 '16,064 31,477 51,801 183,073
10 11,170 28,581 53/617 39,034 “52,584 109,205 3827701


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No. 43.— Cash in vault of national banks at date of each report during year
ended ling. 81, 1918—Continued.
A U G . 31, 1918.
[I n t h o u s a n d s o f d o lla r s.]
(a )

Cities, States, and Territories.

Number
of
banks.

(b)

Gold
coin.

Silver
and
minor
coins.

(c)
(d )
Clearing­
house
certificates
Paper
based on
specie and currency.
other lawful
money
(sec. 5192.)

Total
cash.

New York C ity ..............................................
Chicago...... .....................................................
S t . Louis...........................................................

49
23

2,153
1,115
68

2,029
1,519
271

11,229

6

47,922
18,869
2,527

63,324
21,503
2,866

Central reserve cities.........................

78

3,336

3,819

11,220

69,318

87,693

Boston...............................................................
A lban y..............................................................
Buffalo..............................................................
Philadelphia. . .
. . . . . .
Pittsburgh.......................................................
Baltimore.........................................................
W ashington.......................
..................
R ichm ond..........
. .
Charleston............
A tlan ta.............................................................
Savannah.............................
. .
. ..

15
3
2
29
21
13
14

305
12
205
290
380
94
106
43
8
223
6
55
• 53
11
15
28
27
82
126
5
97
30
27
32
56
35
105
65
498
172

7,790
.1,331
1,453
10,875
8,579
3,947
2,532
704
235
843
100
410
358
716
987
200
139
1,721
851
255
1,137
704
326
1,009
2,112
2,267
1,905
715
2,263
345
2,088
531
1 850
1,534
947
139
397

8,631
1,384
2,337
12,125
9,788
4,266
2,815
836
277
1,334
127
502
496
793
1,189
408
215
2,079
1,245
411
1,342
796
446
1,113
2,353
2,491
2,112
840
2,982
554
2,201
632
2,133
2,118
1,136
177
590
122
306
2,849
526
275
1,397
169
148
678
2,850
427
219
628
825
1,867
486

B ir m in g h a m .. .

Jack son v ille...................................................
New Orleans....................................................
Dallas................................................................
Fort W orth.....................................................
Galveston................
H ouston__
__
San A ntonio....................................................
W aco...........................
L ouisville............
Chattanooga....................................................
Memphis...........................................................
N ash ville............
Cincinnati...........
Cleveland__
C olum bus... .
T oledo..............
Indianapolis___
Peoria..............
Detroit...........................................
Grand Rapids.................................................
Milwaukee.......................................................
Minneapolis.....................................................
S t. Paul.............................................................
Cedar R apid s..................................................
Des Moines.......................................................
D ubuque..........................................................
Sioux C itv .......................................................
Kansas City, M o............................................
St. Joseph..........
.
.
..
L incoln.............................................................
Omaha..............................................................
Kansas City, K ans........................................
T opeka.....................................
W ichita.............................................................
Denver..............................................................
Pueblo..................................
Muskogee.........................................................
Oklahoma C ity...............................................
T ulsa....................................................
Seattle...............................................................
Spokane......................................................
Tacom a...........................................................
Portland.............................................
Los Angeles......................................................
Oakland..........................................................
San Francisco..................................................
Ogden.............................................................
Salt Lake C ity ................................................

5
5
2
2
3
3
5
5

2
6
8
6
7
2
3
5
8
6
8
4

6
4
3
3
5

6
6
2

536
41
64
960
829
225
177
89
34
268
21
37
85
66
187
180
49
276
268
151
108
62
93
72
185
189
102
60
221
37
69
66
207
501
164
37
129
13
41
469
65
88
194
25
43
58
152
28
66
184
108
314
171
39
126
388
90
487
50
87

44

35
76
83
25
1

3
3

64

6
14

5
2

15
72
68
7
155
12
7
43
1,084
17

4
5

69

7

6

6
3
1
5
12

331
H

4
4
9
2

3
4

2
9

4
6

10

2

99

13
609
17
978
40
37

615

99

250
2,308
393
180
1,048
132
96
577

1,614
382
151
375
711
1,222
304
324
721
2,737
232
3,249
103
207

462

860
3,734
339
4,714
193
331

All other reserve cities......................

357

7,221

10,131

615

81,710

99,677

All reserve cities.................................

435

10,557

13,950

11,835

151,028

187,370




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ended Aug. 31, 1918—Continued.
AU G . 31, ISIS.
[In thousands of dollars.]
(a)

Cities, States, and Territories.

Gold
coin.

Number
of
banks.

(b)
Silver
and
minor
coins.

(c)
(<1)
Clearing­
house
certificates
Paper
based on
specie and currency.
other lawful
money
(sec. 5192.)

Total
cash.

C O U N T S .B A N K S

110
122
61
387
72
231
983

150
172
83
595
126
412
1,538

|I

827
750
3,480
27
231
5,315

1,247
944
2,427
79
180
4,877

|

379
297
169
42
181
129
340
60
61
700
94
2-10
402
3,094

1,174
831
1,273
379
513
737
845
286
6,038

17
12

1,490
1,450
713
6,795
1,398
5,618
17,464

9,635
8,621
20,707
450
1,313
40,726

11,721
10,315
26,614
556
1,724
50,930
4,218
2,988
2,068
1,279
1,912
1,409
2,816
674
1,028
7,113
1,688
2,206
1,747
31,146

10,431
5,440
7,148
2,780
2,519
2,812
2,806
984
34,920

12,875
7,045
9,639
3,598
3,570
4,055
4,358
1,498
46,636

985
1,077
1,144
2,295
2,046
662
1 668
592
1,921
12,390

17

1,230
1,156
569
5,796
1,200
4,975
14,926

3,235
2,387
1,615
945
1,345
1,014
1,988
449
573
4,658
1,183
1,690
1,116
22,198

604
304
284
292
386
266
488
165
394
1,755
411
276
229
5, 854

Maine.................................................................
2 63
New 11ain pshire.............................................
65
Vermont
.
.
.................
48
141
Massachusetts.. - ............................................
17
Rhode Island. . .
.................................................
Connecticut 67
391
Total New England States.............

1,481
1,494
1,808
3,454
2,714
915
2 461
*784
2,862
17,973

New Y ork........................................................
New Jersey............ ...............
P ennsv 1v ani a __
Delaware.........................................................
M aryland.........................................................
Total Eastern States - - .....................

425
202
782
20
84
1.513

V irginia...
W est Virginia.................................................
North Carolina__
South Carolina...................................... ........
Georgia..........
Florida........ , ..........................
ALabaraa...........................
M ississippi___
Louisiana..................................
T ex a s1___
Arkansas....................................
K entucky................................
Tennessee.........................................................
T otal Southern States.........................

142
116
82
76
90
52
89
33
23
5 ii
75
125
97
1,516

O hio................................................................
Indiana.......................................................
I llin o is ........................................................... |
!
M ichigan....................................
!
W isconsin...........................................
|
M innesota..................................................
!
I o w a ............................................................
Missouri....... .................................................... !
Total Middle States........................... 1

314
252
443
99
142
285
3;>o
107
2.011

1,263
774
1,218
439
538 :
506
707
226
5,671

North Dakota..................................
!
South Dakota.................................................. i
Nebraska........................................................
K ansas.............................................................
M ontana..............
W yom ing.........................................................
Colorado.........................................................
New Mexico......................
Oklahoma.......................................................
Total Western States.........................

is f
125
178
227
128
38
116
43
325
1,347

m~
129
280
485
255
120
467
42
152
2,054

150
789
3,529

Washington.....................................................
Oregon......................................
California.................................................. .......
Idaho...............................................................
U tah.................................................................
N evada.... ..............................
Arizona.............................................................
Alaska (member bank)................................
Total Pacific States...........................

70
79
250
63
14
10
JS
1
510

281
465
825
105
21
32
110
37
1, 878

287
242
1,066
232
22
62
177.
fj
2,093

Alaska (nonmember banks).......................
Hawaii (nomnember banks)......................
Total (nonmember b an k s)----------

2
3
5

265
602
867

22
77
99

Total country ban ks...... ...................

7 ,293

19,860

24,028

49

132,829

176,766

Total United States..................... ...

7 , 728

30,417

37,978

11,884

283,857

364,136




12

7

7 .

372
288
384
674
413
133

13

13

1,140
1,106
3,610
571
54
295
660
65
7,50 i
47
121
168'

1,708
1’ 813
5,514

908
97
389
947
107
11,483
334
800
3,134

N O V . 20, 1917.

C ir c u la tin g n o t e s .
C itie s, S ta te s , a n d T e r r ito r ie s .

R e c e iv e d
fr o m
C om p­
tr o lle r .

O n h a n d . O u ts ta n d ­
in g .

N e w Y o r k C it y ..............................
................................
C h ic a g o ............. 1
S t . L o u is ...........................................

3 4 ,9 2 0
850
11,826

748
102
204

3 4 ,1 7 2
748
1 1 ,6 2 2

C e n tr a l r e se r v e c i t i e s . ..

4 7 ,596

1 ,0 5 4

4 6 ,5 4 2

B o s t o n ................................................
A lb a n y ....... ........................................
B r o o k ly n ...........................................
P h ila d e lp h ia ...................................
P i t t s b u r g h . ....................................
B a lt im o r e ...... ................ .................
W a s h in g to n ....................................
R i c h m o n d . . ....................................
C h a r le s to n ........................................
A t la n t a ...............................................
S a v a n n a h ............................ ..—
B ir m in g h a m ...................... .............
N e w O r le a n s ...................................
D a lla s ......... ........................................
F o r t W o r t h ......................................
G a lv e s t o n .........................................
H o u s t o n .............................................
S a n A n t o n io ....................................
W a c o ....................................................
L o u is v ill e .........................................
C h a tta n o o g a ....................................
N a s h v il le ...........................................
C in c in n a t i.........................................
C l e v e l a n d ........................................
C o lu m b u s .........................................
I n d ia n a p o lis ....................... .............
D e t r o it ...............................................
M ilw a u k e e ........................................
M in n e a p o lis ....................................
S t. P a u l .............................................
C ed ar R a p i d s .................................
D e s M o in e s ......................................
D u b u q u e ...........................................
S io u x C it y ...................................... .
K a n s a s C it y , M o..........................
S t. J o s e p h ........................................
L in c o ln ..............................................
O m a h a .................................... .. —
K a n s a s C it y , K a n s .....................
T o p e k a ............................................. .
W ic h i t a ........................................... .
D e n v e r ............................................. .
P u e b l o . . ..........................................
M u s k o g e e ...................................... .
O k la h o m a C i t y .............................
T u ls a .................................................
S e a t t le ................................................
S p o k a n e .........................................
T a c o m a ............................................
P o r t la n d .........................................
I n s A n g e le s .................................. .
S a n F r a n c is c o ................................
O g d e n ...............................................
S a lt L a k e C it y ..............................

5 ,5 2 2
1 ,8 5 0
570
8 ,8 3 9
1 7 ,680
4 ,9 6 4
6 ,1 8 3
3,0 9 3
1,0 8 8
3 ,3 5 0
800
1,635
2 ,2 2 0
3 ,8 4 2
1 ,5 0 0
455
4 ,3 7 0
2 ,9 5 0
1 ,5 0 0
4 ,5 8 0
1,6 5 0
2 ,2 3 0
8 ,3 4 0
5 ,2 1 5
2 ,6 6 2
6 ,4 4 8
1,8 0 5
4 ,0 5 9
2 ,0 6 5
1,0 5 0
780
810
400
875
4 ,5 8 0
845
540
1,937
399
400
225
2 ,6 0 0
380
625
575
625
1 ,4 3 5
2 ,2 5 0
700
2 ,6 0 0
4 ,8 2 0
19,250
575
2 ,2 0 0

79
59
6
77
172
40
135
29
3
32
3
2
4

5
/
3
10
13
22
12
48
105
295
5
35

5 ,4 4 3
1 ,7 9 1
564
8 ,7 6 2
1 7 ,508
4 ,9 2 4
6 ,0 4 8
3 ,0 6 4
1 ,0 8 5
3 ,3 1 8
797
1,633
2 ,2 1 6
3 ,8 4 2
1 ,5 0 0
455
4 ,3 7 0
2 ,9 1 8
1 ,5 0 0
4 ,5 6 0
1 ,6 4 4
2 ,2 2 1
8 ,2 8 7
4 ,3 8 5
2 ,6 4 6
6 ,3 4 9
1 ,5 3 4
4 ,0 4 5
2 ,0 3 3
1 ,0 3 2
767
808
398
853
4 ,2 9 0
839
539
1 ,9 2 5
393
397
225
2 ,6 0 0
375
621
572
615
1 ,4 2 2
2 ,2 2 8
688
2 ,5 5 2
4 ,7 1 5
1 8 ,955
570
2 ,1 6 5

A ll o th e r r e se r v e c itie s

162,941

2 ,9 5 5

1 5 9,986

A ll re se r v e c i t i e s ............

210,537

4 ,0 0 9

2 0 6 ,5 2 8

5 ,4 6 8
4 ,9 0 1
4 ,3 7 0
1 6 ,1 8 2
4 ,4 9 7
1 2 ,643

90
73
75
286
70
24a

5 ,3 7 8
4 ,8 2 8
4 ,2 9 5
15 ,8 9 6
4 ,4 2 7
12,397

840

4 7 ,221

COUNTRY

20
6
9
53
830
16
99
271
14
32
18
13
2
2
22
290
6
1
12
6
3

BA N K S.

M a in e ........................................................................................
N e w H a m p s h ir e .................................................................
V e r m o n t ..................................................................................
M a s s a c h u s e tts ......................................................................
R h o d e I s l a n d ........................................................................
C o n n e c t ic u t ...........................................................................
N ew E
 n g la n d S ta te s.


32

4 8 ,0 6 1

j

C ir c u la tin g n o te s .

Cities, States, and Territories.

c o u n t r y

b a n k s

R e c e iv e d
fro m
C om p­
tr o lle r .

On h and .

O u ts ta n d ­
in g .

— c o n tin u e d .

N e w Y o r k ___ ...............
N e w J e r se y .....................
P e n n s y lv a n ia ................
D e la w a r e .........................
• M a r y la n d ,.......................
D is t r ic t o f C o lu m b ia .

36,483
14,813
6 9 ,679
1,288
4 ,0 6 5
250

486
233
690
16
38
7

35,997
14,580
58,989
1,2 7 2
4 ,0 2 7
243

E a s t e r n S ta te s

116,578

1 ,4 7 0

115,108

12,176
9 ,1 2 4
6 ,3 6 8
5 ,3 9 5
6 ,3 4 3
5 ,2 9 6
7,635
2 ,8 3 0
2,5 1 3
24,728
3,133
11,083
7,7 5 4

65
83
16
23
32
38
22
20
13
85
13
33
9

12,111
9,0 4 1
6 ,3 5 2
5 ,3 7 2
6,311
5 ,2 5 8
7,613
2 ,8 1 0
2 ,5 0 0
24,643
3 ,1 2 0
l l ,0 5 o
7,745

V ir g in ia ................
W e s t V ir g i n i a . .
N o r th C a r o lin a .
S o u t h C a r o lin a .
G e o rg ia ..................
F l o r i d a ..................
A la b a m a ..............
, M is s is s ip p i...........
.L o u is ia n a .............
T e x a s .....................
A r k a n s a s . . .........
K e n t u c k y . . ___
T e n n e s s e e ............
S o u th e r n S ta te s

104,378

452

103,926

Ohio..... ................................
Indiana..................................
Illinois...................................
Michigan................................
Wisconsin;............................
Minnesota..............................
Iow a......................................
M issouri...,..........................

30,018
19,913
26,417
8,501
9 ,2 3 6
9 ,8 2 9
15,725
5 ,4 4 5

370
187
172
152
67
74
82
28

29^648
19,726
26,245
8,349
9,1 6 9
9,7 5 5
15,643
5,417

Middle States........... .

125,084

1,1 3 2

123,952

North Dakota.......................
South Dakota.......................
Nebraska................................
Kansas.................................. .
Montana............................... .
W yoming............................. .
Colorado.................................
New M exico..........................
Oklahoma1............................

4 ,0 7 7
3 ,5 2 5
7 ,1 2 4
9,3 1 9
3 ,4 4 9
1,742
4 ,6 1 8
1,808
8,2 9 6

14
13
18
44
36
12
25
15
53

4,0 6 3
3 ,5 1 2
7,1 0 6
9 ,2 7 5
3 ,4 1 3
1,7 3 0
4,593
1,793
8,2 4 3

Western States........ .

43,958

230

4 3 ,728

W ashington.........................
Oregon....................................
California..............................
Idaho......................................
U tah.......................................
Nevada.................................. .
Arizona...................................
Alaska (member ban k)_
_

2 ,3 8 3
3 ,6 5 4
17,345
3 ,0 8 9
' 507
1,2 4 7
847

38
68
231
17
4
32
18

2 ,3 4 5
3 ,5 8 6
17,114
3 ,0 7 2
503
1 ,2 1 5
829

Pacific States.............

2 9 ,0 7 2

408

28,664

Alaska.....................................
Hawaii................................... .

62
475

2

60
475

Nonmember banks..

537

2

535

Total country banks.

467,668

4 ,5 3 4

463,134

Total United States.

678,205

8,543

669,662




Table N o. 44.— Circulation of national banks at date of each report during the year ended

Aug. 31, 1918—Continued.
D E C . 31, 1917.
[ I n th o u s a n d s o f d o lla r s .]

C ir c u la tin g n o t e s .

C itie s , S t a t e s , a n d T e r r ito r ie s .

R e c e iv e d
fr o m
C om p­
tr o lle r .

O n h a n d . O u ts ta n d ­
in g .

3 6 ,7 9 0
1 ,3 9 4
1 1 ,8 2 6

H o u s t o n ..................................................................................................................................................

3 6 ,3 1 9
1 ,3 9 1
1 1 ,738

6 0 ,0 1 0

N e w O r lea n s .....................................................................................................................................

471
3
88
562

4 9 ,4 4 8

5 ,6 6 9
1 ,8 5 0
8 ,6 8 9
1 8 ,2 3 0
4 ,9 6 4
6 ,4 3 3
3 ,0 9 3
1 ,0 3 8
3 ,3 5 0
800
1 ,6 3 5
2 ,2 2 0
3 ,9 7 5
1 ,5 0 0
455
4 ,5 7 0
2 ,9 5 0
1 ,5 0 0
4 ,5 8 0
1 ,6 5 0
2 ,2 3 0
8 ,3 4 0
5 ,2 1 5
2 ,6 6 1
6 ,4 7 8
l,’80o
4 ,0 5 9
2 ,0 6 5
1 ,0 5 0
780
810
400
875
4 ,5 8 7
845
540
1 ,9 3 7
399
400
225
2 ,6 0 0
380
625

89
22
' 47
242
55
102
75
2
22

5 ,5 8 0
1 ,8 2 8
8 ,6 4 2
1 7 ,9 8 8
4 ,9 0 9
6 ,3 3 1
3 ,0 1 8
1 ,0 8 6
3 ,3 2 8
80 0
1 ,6 3 5
2 ,2 1 5
3 ,9 7 5
1 ,4 8 5
450
4 ,5 6 6
2 ,9 2 7
1 ,5 0 0
4 ,5 1 8
1 ,6 5 0
2 ,2 1 1
8 ,3 1 1
4 ,8 8 2
2 ,6 4 6
6 ,3 7 4
1 ,7 2 4
4 ,0 4 4
2 ,0 5 7
1 ,0 3 3
778
80 5
400
859
4 ,2 9 6
830
540
1 ,9 3 7
399
400
225
2 ,6 0 0
379
625
572
625
1 ,4 3 5
2 ,2 2 5
665
2 ,6 9 3
4 ,8 4 4
1 9 ,1 0 0
575
2 ,1 6 9

5
15
5
4
23

W a c o ....................................................................................................................................................
L o u is v ille
....................................................................................................................................
C h a tta n o o g a .........................................................................................................................................
N a s h v il le ................................................................................................................................................
C in c in n a t i.............................................................................................................................................
C le v e la n d
..................................................................................................................................
C o lu m b u s
.........................................................................................................................................
I n d ia n a p o lis ....................................................................................................................................
D e t r o i t ....................................................................................................................................................
M ilw a u k e e ............................................................................................................................................
M in n e a p o lis .........................................................................................................................................
S t . P a u l ..................................................................................................................................................
C ed ar R a p i d s ......................................................................................................................................
D e s M o in e s ...........................................................................................................................................
D u b u q u e ................................................................................................................................................
S io u x C it y .............................................................................................................................................
K a n s a s C it y , M o ................................................................................................................................
S t . J o s e p h ..............................................................................................................................................
L in c o l n ....................................................................................................................................................
O m a h a ....................................................................................................................................................
K a n s a s C it y , K a n s ..........................................................................................................................
T o p e k a ....................................................................................................................................................
W i c h i t a ...................................................................................................................................................
D e n v e r ....................................................................................................................................................
P u e b lo
................................................................................................................................................
M u s k o g e e ...............................................................................................................................................
O k la h o m a C i t v ..................................................................................................................................
T u ls a .........................................................................................................................................................
S e a t t le
.............................................................................................................................................
S p o k a n e ..................................................................................................................................................
T a c o m a ...................................................................................................................................................
P o r tla n d ..............................................................................................................................................
L o s A n g e le s ..........................................................................................................................................
S a n F r a n c is c o .....................................................................................................................................
O g d e n .......................................................................................................................................................
S a lt L a k e C it y ....................................................................................................................................

625
1 ,4 3 5
2 ,2 5 0
700
2 ,7 2 5
4 ,9 4 5
1 9 ,2 5 0
575
2 ,2 0 0

25
35
32
101
150

A ll o th e r r e se r v e c i t i e s .....................................................................................................

163,787

2 ,0 9 8

1 6 1 ,6 8 9

A ll r e se r v e c i t i e s ..................................................................................................... .............

213,797

2 ,6 6 0

2 1 1 ,1 3 7

M a in e .......................................................................................................................................................
N e w H a m p s h ir e ................................................................................................... ............................
V e r m o n t .................................................................................................................................................
M a s s a c h u s e t t s .....................................................................................................................................
R h o d e I s la n d .......................................................................................................................................
C o n n e c t ic u t ..........................................................................................................................................

5 ,4 6 8
4 ,9 1 2
4 ,3 2 0
1 6 ,0 6 3
4 ,5 9 8
1 2 ,6 7 8

36
25
32
126
39
94

5 ,4 3 2
4 ,8 8 7
4 ,2 8 8
15 ,9 3 7
4 ,5 5 9
1 2 ,5 8 4

N e w E n g la n d S t a t e s ....................................................... ................................................

4 8 ,0 3 9

352

47 ,6 8 7

COUNTRY




62
19
29
333
15
104
81
15
8
17
2
5
16
291
15

1
3

31

BANK S.

C ir c u la tin g n o te s .

C itie s, S t a t e s , a n d T e r r ito r ie s.

country banks —continued.
N ew York.............................................................................
N ew Jersey..........................................................................
Pennsylvania.......................................................................
Delaware...............................................................................
Maryland...............................................................................

R e c e iv e d
fro m
O n h a n d . O u ts ta n d ­
C om p­
in g .
tr o lle r .

3 6 ,1 3 1 ,
14,814
59,251
1 ,2 8 8
4 ,0 9 5

335
214
509
23
36

3 5 ,7 9 6
14,6%
5 8 ,7 4 2
1 ,2 6 5
4 ,0 5 9

Eastern States..........................................................

115,579

1,1 1 7

1 1 4,462

Virginia.................................................................................
W est Virginia......................................................................
North Carolina....................................................................
South Carolina.....................................................................
Georgia.......................................................... .......................
Florida...................................................................................
A labam a................................................................................
M ississippi............................................................................
Louisiana..............................................................................
T exas......................................................................................
Arkansas...............................................................................
K entu ck y..............................................................................
Tennessee..............................................................................

12,401
9 ,1 5 4
6 ,3 8 8
5 ,4 7 0
6 ,3 4 3
5 ,4 7 9
7 ,6 3 5
2 ,8 3 0
2 ,5 1 3
2 4 ,8 1 4
3 ,1 3 3
11,083
7,791

81
56
29
55
34
20
39
22
4
100
20
32
38

12 ,3 2 0
9 ,0 9 8
6 ,3 5 9
5 ,4 1 5
6 ,3 0 9
5 ,4 5 9
7 ,5 9 6
2 ,8 0 8
2 ,5 0 9
2 4 ,714
3 ,1 1 3
11,051
7 ,7 5 3

Southern States.......................................................

105,034

530

104,504

O h io ................................................
I n d i a n a .........................................
I lli n o i s ...........................................
M ic h ig a n ......................................
W is c o n s in ...................................
M in n e s o t a ....................................
I o w a ...............................................
M iss o u r i........................................

3 0 ,177
19,913
2 5 ,9 2 2
8 ,5 8 1
9 ,2 8 5
9 ,8 5 3
15,725
5 ,4 6 8

312
122
132
97
60
58
70
22

2 9 ,8 6 5
19,791
2 5 ,7 9 0
8 ,4 8 4
9 ,2 2 5
9 ,7 9 5
15,655
5 ,4 4 6

M id d le S t a t e s ...............

124,924

873

124,051

N o r t h D a k o t a ...........................
S o u t h D a k o t a ...........................
N e b r a s k a .....................................
K a n s a s ..........................................
M o n ta n a .......................................
W y o m in g .....................................
C o lo ra d o ........................................
N e w M e x ic o ...............................
O k la h o m a ....................................

4 ,0 7 8
3 ,5 7 4
7,1 6 8
9 ,4 2 4
3,481
1,7 4 3
4 ,6 4 5
1,818
8 ,1 3 1

5
30
10
25
28
3
13
1
24

4 ,0 7 3
3 ,5 4 4
7 ,1 5 8
9 ,3 9 9
3 ,4 5 3
1 ,7 4 0
4 ,6 3 2
1 ,8 1 7
8 ,1 0 7

W e s te r n S t a t e s ...........

4 4 ,0 8 2

139

4 3 ,9 2 3

W a s h i n g t o n ................................
O r e g o n ...........................................
C a lifo r n ia .....................................
I d a h o ..............................................
U t a h ...............................................
N e v a d a ..........................................
A r iz o n a .........................................
A la s k a (m e m b e r b a n k ) ___

2 ,3 8 4
3 ,5 6 7
1 6 ,5 4 0
3 ,0 8 9
507
1,247
850

16
41
125
14
1
18
5

2 ,3 6 8
3 ,5 2 6
1 6 ,4 1 5
3 .0 7 5
506
1 ,2 2 9
845

P a c ific S t a t e s ................

2 8 ,1 8 4

220

2 7 ,9 6 4

A la s k a ...........................................
H a w a i i ..........................................

63
475

5
7

58
468

N onm em ber b a n k s..

538

12

5*26

T o t a l c o u n tr y b a n k s .

4 6 6 ,3 6 0

3 ,2 4 3

463 ,1 1 7

T o ta l U n it e d S t a t e s .

680 ,1 5 7

5 ,9 0 3

6 7 4,254




M A R . 4, 1918.
f i n t h o u s a n d s o f d o lla r s.]

C ir c u la tin g n o t e s .
C itie s, S t a t e s , a n d T e r r ito r ie s .

N e w Y o r k C it y ................ ..........
C h ic a g o .......................................... .
S t . L o u is ........................................
C e n tr a l r e se r v e c itie s .
B o s t o n .................................. ..........
A lb a n y ............................................
B u f f a l o 1..........................................
P h ila d e lp h ia ................................
P i t t s b u r g h ....................................
B a lt i m o r e ............ .........................
W a s h in g t o n ................................ .
R ic h m o n d .....................................
C h a r le s to n ......................................
A t la n t a ............................... ............
S a v a n n a h ......................................
B ir m in g h a m .............................. .
N e w O r le a n s .............................. .
P a l l a s .............................................
F o r t W o r t h ..................................
G a lv e s t o n ......................................
H o u s t o n ........................................ .
S a n A n t o n io .................................
W a c o ............................. .................
L o u i s v i l l e .....................................
C h a tta n o o g a ................................
M e m p h is i ....................................
N a s h v il le ......................................
C in c in n a t i....................................
C le v e la n d .....................................
C o lu m b u s .....................................
T o le d o 1 .........................................
I n d ia n a p o lis ................................
P e o r i a 1..........................................
P e t r o i t ...........................................
G r a n d R a p id s 1..........................
M ilw a u k e e ............... .....................
M in n e a p o lis ................................
S t . P a u l ........................................ .
C ed a r R a p i d s ............................. .
P e s M o in e s ..................................
P u b u q u e ......................................
S io u x C i t y .....................................
K a n s a s C it y , M o ........................
S t . J o s e p h .................................... .
L in c o l n .......................................... .
O m a h a ............................................
K a n s a s C i t y , K a n s ................ .
T o p e k a ......................... ...................
W i c h i t a ......................................... .
P e n v e r ............................................
P u e b l o ........................................... .
M u s k o g e e ...................................... .
O k la h o m a C i t y ..........................
T u ls a ...............................................
S e a t t l e ............................................ .
S p o k a n e .........................................
T a c o m a .........................................
P o r t la n d ....................................... .
L o s A n g e le s ................................ .
O a k la n d 1 .....................................
S a n F r a n c is c o ............................
O g d e n .............................................
S a lt L a k e C it y ...........................

R e c e iv e d
fro m
O n h a n d . O u ts ta n d ­
C om p­
in g .
tr o lle r .

3 8 ,0 6 2
1 ,3 9 4
10,911

985
4
257

3 7 ,0 7 7
1 ,3 9 0
10,654

5 0 ,3 6 7

1 ,2 4 6

49 ,1 2 1

113
66
141
89
402
104
136
72
8
115
0
5
3
12
135
1
14
41

5 ,0 6 0
1 ,7 8 4
5 ,8 0 9
8 ,7 5 0
17,878
4 ,8 6 1
6 ,2 9 7
3 ,0 2 0
1 ,0 8 0
3 ,2 7 0
791
1 ,6 3 0
2 ,2 1 7
4 ,0 4 8
1 ,4 6 5
354
4 ,6 5 6
2 ,9 0 9
1 ,5 0 0
4 ,5 2 7
1 ,6 5 0
747
2 ,1 8 7
8 ,4 0 8
5 ,0 5 7
2 ,6 3 7
2 ,9 5 4
6 ,3 5 1
1 ,7 4 0
1,6 6 7
1 ,9 8 6
4 ,0 4 3
2 ,0 5 0
1,011
780
809
400
860
4 ,4 0 1
832
536
1,9 2 7
391
398
222
2 ,6 0 0
378
613
538
616
1,4 3 5
2 ,1 6 2
700
2 ,6 6 7
4 ,6 9 9
1,5 0 0
19,055
560
2 ,1 5 5

5 ,1 7 3
1 ,8 5 0
5 ,9 5 0
8 ,8 3 9
18,280'
4 ,9 6 5
6 ,4 3 3
3 ,0 9 2
1 ,0 8 8
3 ,3 8 5
800
1 ,6 3 5
2 ,2 2 0
4 ,0 6 0
1 ,6 0 0
355
4 ,6 7 0
2 ,9 5 0
1,5 0 0
4,5 8 0
1 ,6 5 0
750
2 ,2 3 0
8 ,4 5 0
5 ,2 1 5
2 ,6 6 1
3 ,0 0 0
6 ,4 5 9
1,791
1 ,8 0 5
2 ,0 0 0
4 ,0 5 8
2; 075
1 ,0 5 0
780
810
400
875
4 ,6 8 7
845
540
1,9 3 7
399
400
225
2 ,6 0 0
380
625
550
625
1 ,4 3 5
2 ,2 5 0
700
2 ,7 2 5
4 ,9 4 5
1 ,5 0 0
19 ,2 5 0
575
2 ,2 0 0

53
3
43
42
158
24
46
108
51
138
14
15
25
39
1
15
286
13
4
10
8
2
3
2
12
12
9
88
58
246
195
15
45

A ll o th e r r e se r v e c itie s .

178,877

3 ,2 4 9

175,628

A ll reserv e c i t ie s ..............

2 2 9 ,244~ |' • 4 ,4 9 5

224,749




Circulating notes.
R e c e iv e c l
from
On band
C om p­
tr o lle r .

C itie s, S t a t e s , a n d T e r r ito r ie s.

COUNTTTY BANKS.
M a in e ......................................................................................................................................................

O u ts ta n d ­
in g .

C o n n e c t ic u t .........................................................................................................................................

5,4 6 8
4,9 8 7
4,321
16,194
4 ,5 9 4
12,678

75
61
76
263
57
222

5 393
4 ,9 2 6
4 ,2 4 5
15,931
4,537
12,456

48,242

V e r m o n t . T...........................................................................................................................................
M a s s a c h u s e tts ...................................................................................................................................

754

47,488

N e w Y o r k .......................................................................................................................................... ..
”30,307^ -_ ~~'_ 330
29,977
N e w J e r s e y ..........................................................................................................................................
14,814
224
14,590
P e n n s y lv ani a .....................................................................................................................................
59,170
728
5 8 ,4 4 s
D e la w a r e ...............................................................................................................................................
1,208
14
1,192
M a r y la n d ................... ..........................................................................................................................
4 ,0 9 5
33
4,057
E a s te r n S t a t e s ......................................................................................................................

109,594

1,329

108,265

V ir g in ia .................................................................................................................................................
W e s t V ir g in ia ....................................................................................................................................
N o r t h C a r o lin a ..................................................................................................................................
S o u t h C a r o lin a . . . ■
..........................................................................................................................
G e o r g ia .................................................................................................................................................
F l o r i d a . . .............................................................................................................................................
A la b a m a ...............................................................................................................................................
M iss is s ip p i............................................................................................................................................
L o u is ia n a .............................................................................................................................................
T e x a s ......................................................................................................................................................
A r k a n s a s ................ ............................................................................................................................
K e n t u c k y ................ ................................................................................. ..........................................
T e n n e s s e e ............................................................................................................................................

12,763
9 ,1 7 8
6 ,478
5,538
6,296
5,519
7,615
2,830
2,501
24,754
3 ,138
11,115
6,5 5 0

115
76
61
47
69
122
56
29
19
167
22
83
26

12,648
9,102
6,4 1 7
5,491
6,227
5,397
7,559
2,801
2,482
24,587
3,3 1 6
11,032
6,5 2 4

’ S o u th e r n S t a t e s ................................................................................................................ ..

104,275

892

103,383

O h i o . .................................................................................................................................................... ..
I n d i a n a ..................................................................................................................................................
I lli n o i s ....................................................................................................................................................
M ic h ig a n ...............................................................................................................................................
W is c o n s in ............................................................................................................................................
M in n e so ta ..........................................................................................................................................
I o w a ...................................................... .................................................................................................
M isso u ri.................................................................................................................................................

27,266
19,526
24,388
6,644
9.341
9,8 7 8
15,839
5,498

342
177
216
118
126
74
112
23

26,924
19,349
24,172
6,526
9,2 1 5
9,804
15,727
5,475

M id d le S t a t e s ........................................................................................................................

118,380

1,188 J

117,192

N o r t h D a k o t a ....................................................................................................................................
S o u t h D a k o t a ....................................................................................................................................
N e b r a s k a ...............................................................................................................................................
K a n s a s .................................................................................................................................................
M o n ta n a ................................................................................................................................................
W y o m in g ..........................................................................................................................................
C o lo ra d o ................................................................................................................................................
N e w M e x ic o ....................................................................................................................................
O k la h o m a ............................................................................................................................................

iT o r T
3,6 3 1
7,167
9,424
3,661
1,743
4 653
1,823
8,331

20
35
31
55
117
18
36
9
70

4 ,0 5 7
3 ,5 9 6
7 136
9*369
3,.544
1,725
4 617
1*814
8^261

..................................................................... ..........................................

44,510

391

44,119

W a s h in g t o n ........................................................................................................................................
O r e g o n ................................................................................................................................... ...............
C a lifo r n ia ..............................................................................................................................................
I d a h o .......................................................................................................................................................
U t a h ........................................................................................................................................................
N e v a d a ......................................................................................... .........................................................
A r iz o n a ..................................................................................................................................................
A la s k a (m e m b e r b a n k ) ...............................................................................................................

2 ,4 0 8
3 ,5 8 5
15,003
3,1 1 4
507
1,247
885

30
63
151
28
8
26
11

2,3 7 8
3 522
34*852
3*086
*499
1.221
874

P a c ific S t a t e s ........................................................................................................................

2 6 ,749

W e ste r n S ta te s

317

26,432

63
475 .

5

58
475

538

5

533

T o ta l c o u n tr y b a n k s ......................................................................................... ...............

452,288

4,876

"447~, 412

T o ta l U n ite d S ta te s

681,532

9,371 |

A la s k a 1.................................................................................................................. ................... ..........
H a w a ii...................................... ............................................................................................................
N onm em ber banks

....................................................................................................




.............................

................................

....

672,161

M A Y 10, 1918.
{In th o u s a n d s o f d o lla r s .)

C ir c u la tin g n o t e s .

C itie s , S t a t e s , a n d T e r r ito r ie s .

R e c e iv e d
fro m
C om p­
tr o lle r .

O n hand , O u tsta n d ­
in g .

N e w Y o r k C it y ...........................
C h ic a g o ........... ...............................
S t . L o u i s .......................................

3 9 ,7 1 8
1 ,4 4 4
1 1 ,098

875
5
240

3 8 ,8 4 3
1 ,4 3 9
1 0 ,8 5 8

C e n tr a l re se r v e c itie s .

52 ,2 6 0

1 ,1 2 0

5 1 ,1 4 0

5 ,1 9 2
1 ,8 5 0
5 ,9 5 0
8 ,8 8 6
18,280
4 ,9 6 4
6 ,4 3 3
2 ,9 9 3
1 ,1 3 8
3 ,6 3 5
800
1 ,6 3 6
2 ,2 2 0
4 ,0 6 0
1 ,6 0 0
355
4 ,6 7 0
2 ,9 5 0
1 ,8 0 0
4 ,5 8 0
1 ,7 5 0
750
2 ,2 3 0
8 ,5 1 6
5 ,2 1 5
2 ,6 7 0
3 ,0 0 0
6 ,4 6 0
1 ,8 1 6
1 ,8 0 5
2 ,0 0 0
3 ,9 5 8
2 ,1 4 0
1 ,1 5 0
780
810
400
875
4 ,6 8 7
845
541
1 ,9 3 8
399
400
225
2 ,6 0 0
380
700
650
625
1 ,4 3 5
2 ,2 5 0
700
2 ,7 2 5
4 ,9 4 5
1 ,5 0 0
1 9 ,250
575
2 ,2 0 0

64
74
95
76
197
101
120
106
43
79
7
7
6

5 ,1 2 8
1 ,7 7 6
5 ,8 5 5
8 ,8 1 0
1 8 ,0 8 3
4 ,8 6 3
6 ,3 1 3
2 ,8 8 7
1 ,0 9 5
3 ,5 5 6
793
1 ,6 2 9
2 ,2 1 4
4 ,0 6 0
1 ,5 7 5
355
4 ,6 5 6
2 ,8 8 8
1 ,8 0 0
4 ,5 4 2
1 ,7 4 2
747
2 ,1 6 9
8, 456
5 ,1 4 1
2 ,6 5 3
2 ,9 8 0
6 ,3 6 9
1 ,7 6 9
1 ,7 6 5
2 ,0 0 0
3 ,9 3 2
2 ,1 0 4
1 ,1 3 8
773
810
400
867
4 ,4 4 2
829
541
1 ,9 3 5
393
39 7
223
2 ,6 0 0
380
700
647
622
1 ,4 3 5
2 ,2 2 9
649
2 ,6 9 0
4 ,8 2 9
1 ,5 0 0
1 9 ,2 2 6
575
2 ,1 5 7

B o s t o n .............................................
A l b a n y .............................................
B u f f a lo .............................................
P h il a d e lp h ia ................................
P i t t s b u r g h ....................................
B a lt i m o r e ......................................
W a s h in g to n ..................................
R ic h m o n d ......................................
C h a r le s to n ......................................
A t l a n t a .......................................... .
S a v a n n a h ..................................... .
B ir m in g h a m .................................
N e w O r le a n s ................................
D a l l a s ...............................................
P o r t W o r t h ...................................
G a l v e s t o n .......................................
H o u s t o n ..........................................
S a n A n t o n io .................................
W a c o .......................„ ........................
L o u i s v i l l e .......................................
C h a tta n o o g a ..................................
M e m p h is .........................................
N a s h v il le .........................................
C in c in n a t i.......................................
C le v e la n d ........................................
C o lu m b u s .......................................
T o le d o ..............................................
I n d ia n a p o lis ..................................
P e o r ia ...............................................
D e t r o i t .............................................
G r a n d R a p i d s .............................
M ilw a u k e e .....................................
M in n e a p o lis ...................................
S t . P a u l ...........................................
C ed a r R a p id s ...............................
D e s M o i n e s ..................................
D u b u q u e .........................................
S io u x C it y ......................................
K a n s a s C ity , M o .........................
S t . J o s e p h .......................................
L in c o ln .............................................
O m a h a .............................................
K a n s a s C ity , K a n s ...................
T o p e k a .............................................
W ic h i t a ............................................
D e n v e r .............................................
P u e b l o ..............................................
M u s k o g e e ........................................
O k la h o m a C i t y ...........................
T u ls a .................................................
S e a t t l e ..............................................
S p o k a n e ...........................................
T a c o m a ............................................
P o r t la n d ..........................................
L o s A n g e le s ...................................
O a k la n d ...........................................
S a n F r a n c is c o ..............................
O g d e n ................................................
S a lt L a k e C it y ............................. .
A l l o th e r r e se r v e c itie s .




25
14
62
38
8
3
61
60
74

17
20
91
47
40
26
36
12
7
8
245
16
3
6
3
2

3
3
21
51
35
116
24
43

179,887

2 ,1 9 5

1 7 7 ,6 9 2

232,147

3 ,3 1 5

2 2 8 ,8 3 2

Circulating notes.

Cities, States, and Territories.

Received
from
Outstand­
Comp­ On hand.
ing.
troller.

COUNTRY BANKS.

Maine....................................................................
New Hampshire......... . ......................... .............
Vermont...............................................................
Massachusetts......................................................
Rhode Island.................................. .....................
Connecticut................ .........................................
New England States............................. .
New York...................................... .............. .......
New Jersey...........................................................
Pennsylvania.......................................................
Delaware......... .............................., ........... .
Maryland........................................... ..................
Eastern States...........................................

5,468
4.986
4,320
16,263
4,622
12,678

59
64
64
205
75
187

5,409
4,922
4,256
16,058
4,547
12,491

48,337

654

47,683

30,980
14,663
59,415
1,158
4,095

327
185
573
13
20

30,653
14,478
58,842
1,145
4,075

1,118

109,193

118
104
23
46
65
100
56
20
33
183
19
77
27

12,910
9,125
6,467
5,619
6,259
5,468
7,559
2,760
2,493
24,818
3,209
11,090
6,524
104,301
27,167
19,770
24,370
6,665
9,343
9,840
15,874
5,504
118,533
4,086
3,710
7,153
9,381
3,654
1,772
4,623
1,808
8,348
44,535
2,384
3,591
15,093
3,114
505
1,233
934

110,311

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

13,028
9,229
6,490
5,665
6,3.34
5,568
7,615
2,780
2,526
25,001
3,223
11,167
6,551

Southern States.........................................
O hio..................................... .
Indiana......................... ..........
Illinois................ . ..................
Michigan...................... .........
W isconsin........................... .
Minnesota............................ .
Iowa............. ......... ................
Missouri................... . . . , ........
Middle State?;........
North Dakota..................... ..
South Dakota....... .................
Nebraska...............................
Kansas............ ..................... .
Montana................................ .
W yonxing.............................. .
Colorado................. ................
New Mexico...........................
Oklahoma............„.................
Western States............
Washington............................
Oregon....... ............................
California.................................
Idaho...... ...............................
Utah........................................
Nevada....................................
Arizona...................................
Alaska (member bank).........
Pacific States................
Alaska (nonmember banks)1.
Hawaii (nonmember banks).
Nonmember banks
Total country banks...
Total United States...

105,172
27,574
19,920
24, 487
6,766
9, 432
9,888
15. 955
5,523
119,5)5
4,096
3,727
7,186
9,424
3,687
1,823
4,640
1,823
8,408
44,819 j
2,408;
3,645
15,221
3,139
507
1,247
939

871
407
150
117
101
89
48
81
19
1,012
10
17
33
43
33
56
17
15
60
284
24
54
128
25
2
14
5

27,106
63
475
538 |
455,828 |
687,975

252
26,854
8
55
16
459
21
514
17215"
451,613
7,530 “ 680,445




JUNE 29, 1918.
{In thousands of dollars.]
Circulating notes.
Cities, States, and Territories.

Received
from
Outstand­
Comp­ On hand.
ing.
troller.

New York City.......................
Chicago....................................
St. Louis.................................

39,647
1,444
11,098

674
4
366

38,973
1,440
10,732

Central reserve cities ..

52,189

1,044

51,145

Boston.....................................
Albany..... ...............................
Buffalo....... .................... . —
Philadelphia...........................
Pittsburgh..............................
Baltimore...............................
Washington............................
Richmond...............................
Charleston...............................
A tlanta..................................
Savannah................... ...........
Birmingham...........................
New Orleans...........................
Dallas......................................
Fort Worth.............................
Galveston................................
Houston..................................
San Antonio................... . —
Waco........................................
Louisville................................
Chattanooga............................
Memphis.................................
Nashville.................................
Cincinnati...............................
Cleveland................................
Columbus. ............................
Toledo.....................................
Indianapolis............................
Peoria.................................... .
Detroit....................................
Grand Rapids........................
Milwaukee..............................
Minneapolis............................
St. Paul................................. .
Cedar Rapids..........................
Des Moines.............................
Dubuque.................................
Sioux City............... ..............
Kansas City, Mo....................
St. Joseph...............................
Lincoln.................................. .
Omaha....................................
Kansas City, Kans................
Topeka....................................
Wichita...................................
Denver....................................
Pueblo................................... .
Muskogee............................... .
Oklahoma City.....................
Tulsa......................................
Seattle....................................
Spokane............ .....................
Tacoma..................................
Portland.................................
Los Angeles..........................
Oakland.......................... . —
San Francisco........................
Ogden......................................
Salt Lake City...................... .

5,252
1,850
5,950
8.886
18'. 730
4,964
6,233
2,993
1,188
3,725
800
1,635
2, 220
4,060
1,600
355
4,670
2; 950
1,800
4,580
1,750
750
2,230
8,516
5,215
2,670
3,000
6,446
1,816
1,805
2,000
3,058
2,290
1,150
780
810
400
875
4,687
845
540
1,937
399
400
225
2,600
380
700
650
625
1,435
2,250
700
2,725
4,945
1,500
19,250
'575
2,200

61
75
131
39
336
59
162
70

5,191
1,775
5,819
8,847
18,394
4,905
6,071
2,923
1,188
3,693
792
1,630
2,218
4,048
1,586
353
4,654
2,920
1,800
4,536
1,750
745
2,201
8,478
5,070
2,638
2,990
6,336
1,791
1,680
1,973
3,d58
2,235
1,144
766
808
398
872
4,576
836
539
1,928
394
394
225
2,600
377
700
646
604
1,430
2,208
671
2,722
4,806
1,500
19,195
574
2,135

All other reserve cities.




32
8
5
2
12
14
2
16
30
44.
5
29
38
145
32
10
110
25
125
27
55
6
14
2
2
3
111
9
1
9
5
6
3
4
21
5
42
29
3
139
55
1
65

179,570

2,234

177,336

| 231,759 |

3,278

228,481

Circulating notes.
Cities, States, and Territories.

Received
from
Outstand­
Comp­ On hand.
ing.
troller.

COUNTRY BA N K S.

Maine.............................................................................................................
New Hampshire...................................................................................................
Vermont."...........................................................................................................
Massachusetts............................ .........................................................................
Rhode Island........................ ............................................................................
Connecticut..........................................................................................................
New England States.............................................. .................................

5,468
4,986
4,320
16,263
4,622
12,678
48,337

65
43
41
214
70
210
643

5,403
4,943
4,279
16,049
4,552
12,468
47,694

New York................................. .................... ........ ..............
New Jersey...........................................................................................................
Pennsylvania.......................................................................................................
Delaware...............................................................................................................
Maryland..............................................................................................................
Eastern States............................................................ ..............................

31,001
14,664
59,499
1,158
4,095
110,417

358
239
670
16
29
1,312

30,643
14,425
58,829
1,142
4,066
109,105

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

13,027
9,254
6,545
5,715
6,446
5,584
7,662
2,780
2,526
25,031
3,304
11,167
6,494
105,535

106
68
35
21
32
31
44
20
13
151
17
49
55
642

12,921
9,186
6,510
5,694
6,414
5,553
7,618
2,760
2,513
24,880
3,287
11,118
6,439
104,893

Ohio................................................. .....................................
Indiana....................................................................................... .........................
Illinois..................................................................................................................
Michigan..................... .......................... ..............................................................
Wisconsin.............................................................................................................
Minnesota. .........................................................................................................
Iowa......................................................................................................................
Missouri................................................................................................................
Middle States____________________________________________ __

27,766
20,046
24,482
6,766
9,453
9,893
15,955
5,598
119,959

324
122
125
51
57
51
70
15
815

27,442
19,924
24,357
6,715
9,396
9,842
15,885
5,583
119,144

North Dakota___________________________________
South Dakota.......................................................................................................
Nebraska...............................................................................................................
Kansas ................................................................................................................
Montana1.............................................................................................................
Wyoming..............................................................................................................
Colorado................................................................................................................
.............. ....... .................................................................................
New Mexico
Oklahoma............................................................................................................
W estern S ta tes. __________________________________________

4,145
3,736
7,186
9,489
3,763
1,830
4,679
1,824
8,408
45,060

8
14
26
82
14
8
25
29
213

4,137
3,722
7,160
9,407
3,749
1,822
4,654
1,817
8,379
44,847

W a sh in g to n ____________________ _______________
Oregon..................................................................................................................
California..............................................................................................................
Idaho................................................................................................................. ..
Utah......................................................................................................................
Nevada . .........................................................................................................
........ ........................................................................................................
Arizona
Alaska (member b a n k ) ......................................................................................
Pacific, S tates __________________ ________ ___________________

2,408
3,645
15,302
3,139
507
1,247
974

23
48
155
17
2
23
4

2,385
3,597
15,147
3,122
505
1,224
970

27,222

272

26,950

63
475
538

10
11

21

53
464
517

Total country banks..................................................

457,068

3,918

453,150

_____________________

688, 827

7,196

681,631

A laska (nnnmenVber b a n k s !*_____________ _________

Hawaii (nonmember banks)..............................................................................
N onm em ber b ank s _ ....... ........ ......... .................................................

T otal U nited S tates




7

AUG. 31,1918.
[In thousands of dollars.]
Circulating notes.
Banks in—

Received
from Comp­ On hand.
troller.
1

Outstand­
ing.

New York City..................... .
Chicago.................................. .
St. Louis.................................

38,546
1,119 |
10,666

523
4
174

38,023
1,115
10,492

Central reserve cities..

50,331 |

701

49,630

5,152
1,850
5,950
7,487
17,765
4,848
6,233
2,783
1,188
3,600
800
1,636
1,230
2,220
4,060
1,600
355
4,720
2,950
1,800
4,580
1,750
750
2,230
7,608
4,471
2,628
2,985
6,442
1,810
1,805
2,000
2,708
2,340
1,100
780
810
400
875
4,597
844
541
1,887
399
400
225
2,600
380
700
550
563
1,435
2,250
700
2,725
4,945
1,500
18,400
575
2,200

45
75
157
86
248
37
103
25
20
51
3
7

5,107
1,775
5,793
7,401
17.517
4,811
6,130
2,758
1,168
3,549
797
1,629
1,230
2,217
4,044
1,600
355
4,720
2,908
1,800
4,580
1,739
750
2,202
7,566
4,387
2,609
2,956
6,324
1,799
1,711
1,990
2,708
2,340
1,090
780
806
400
867
4,513
837
541
1,887
396
400
223
2,555
380
700
547
562
1,435
2,216
686
2,725
4,761
1,500
18,223
574
2,192

Boston....................................
Albany....................................
Buffalo....................................
Philadelphia......................... .
Pittsburgh..............................
Baltimore...............................
Washington.......................... .
Richmond............................. .
Charleston............................. .
Atlanta.................................. .
Savannah.............................. .
Birmingham.........................
Jacksonville.......................... .
New Orleans.........................
Balias.................................... .
Fort W orth...........................
Galveston..............................
Houston.................................
San Antonio...........................
Waco......................................
Louisville.............................. .
Chattanooga.......................... .
Memphis............................... .
Nashville...............................
Cincinnati.............................
Cleveland..............................
Columbus..............................
Toledo....................................
Indianapolis..........................
Peoria.................................... .
Detroit...................................
Grand Rapids.......................
Milwaukee.............................
Minneapolis...........................
St. Paul.................................
Cedar Rapids........................ .
Bes Moines.............................
Bubuque...............................
Sioux City.............................
Kansas City, Mo..................
St. Joseph.............................
Lincoln..................................
Omaha...................................
Kansas City, Kans...............
Topeka...................................
Wichita.................................
Denver...................................
Pueblo...................................
Muskogee...............................
Oklahoma City.....................
Tulsa......................................
Seattle....................................
Spokane.................................
Tacoma..................................
Portland................................
Las Angeles...........................
Oakland.................................
San Francisco.......................
Ogden....................................
Salt Lake City......................
All other reserve cities.




3
16
42
11
28
42
84
19
29
118
17
94
10
10
4
8
84
7
3
2
45
3
1
34
14
184
177
1
8

|

174,721 |

1,955

172,766

!

225,052 |

2,656 |

222,396

Circulating notes.
B an k s in—

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from Comp­ On hand.
troller.

COUNTRY BANKS.
Main e ........ ..........................................................................................................
New H am pshire.................................................................................................
V e rm o n t.!.........................................................................................................
M assachuset is .....................................................................................................
R hode Isla n d ......................................................................................................
C onnecticut.........................................................................................................

5,468
4,987
4,321
16,205
4,622
12,678

65
55
47
217
86
206

O utstand­
ing.
5,403
4,932
4,274
15,988
4,536
12,472

Total New E ngland S ta te s.................................................................

48,281

676

47,605

New Y o rk ............................................................................................................
New Jersey..........................................................................................................
P en n sy lv an ia.....................................................................................................
D elaw are..............................................................................................................
M ary lan d .............................................................................................................

30,881
14,681
59,422
1,156
4,115

346
306
574
9
37

30,535
14,378
58,848
1,147
4,078

Total E astern S ta te s.............................................................................

110,258

1,272

108,986

V irg in ia ..............................................................................................................
W est V irginia.....................................................................................................
North. C arolina..................................................................................................
South C arolina...................................................................................................
Georgia.................................................................................................................
F lo rid a ................................................................................................................
A lab am a..............................................................................................................
M ississioni................................. ........................................................................
L ouisiana............................................................................................................
Texas 1.................................................................................................................
A rkansas.............................................................................................................
K e n tu ck y .........................................................................................................
T ennessee............................................................. ..............................................

13,035
9,254
6,548
5,625
6,418
4,324
7,658
2,750
2,525
25,142
3,342
11,066

165
95
69
33
45
44
34
15
17
122
18

73
14

12,870
9,159
6,479
5,592
6,373
4,280
7,624
2,735
2,508
25,020
3,324
10,993
6,480

T otal Southern S ta te s.........................................................................

104,181

744

103,437

O hio.....................................................................................................................
Illin o is..................................................................................................................
M ichigan..............................................................................................................
W isconsin............................................................................................................
M innesota............................................................................................................
Io w a ....................................................................................................................
M issouri...............................................................................................................

27,953
20,081
24,127
6, 766
9,438
9, 896
15,937
5,599

288
147
125
56
59
26
37
9

27,665
19,934
24,002
6,710
9,379
9,870
15,900
5,590

6,494

T otal Middle S ta te s..............................................................................

119,797

747

119,050

N orth D a k o ta ...................................................................................................
South D ak o ta ....................................................................................................
N ebraska.............................................................................................................
K an sas.................................................................................................................
M ontana..............................................................................................................
W vom inv............................................................................................................
Colorado..............................................................................................................
New M exico................................................ .....................................................
O klahom a..........................................................................................................

4,121
3,741
7,209
9,557
3, 775
1,830
4,679
1,924
8,385

14
13
26
94
38
19
29
4
36

4,107
3,728
7,183
9,463
3,737
1,811
4,650
1,920
8,349

Total W estern S ta te s............................................................................

45,221

273

44,943

W ashington.......................................................................................................
Oregon......................... ......................................................................................
California................................... ..............................................................
Id a h o ....................................................................................................................
N evada
...................
.
...............................................
A rizona................................................................................................................
A laska (member b a n k )...................................................................................
T otal Pacific S ta te s ..............................................................................

2,457
3, 645
15,433
3,141
507
1,229
1,045

19
41
87
37
3
7
3

2,438
3,604
15,346
3,104
504
1,222
1,042

27,457

197

27,260

A laska (nonm em ber b a n k s)...........................................................................
H aw aii (nonm em ber b a n k s).........................................................................
Total (nonm em ber b a n k s)..................................................................

62
475
537

2
16
18

60
459
519

Utah...........................................................................................................

Total country b an k s.............................................................................

455,732

3,927

451,805

Total U nited S ta te s..................................... ........................................

680,784

6,583

674,201




Gold
Treasury
certificates.

Clearing­
house
certificates.
(Sec. 5192.)

$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

11
12

ar. 11.
May 19.
13 July 1..
14 Oct. 3..
15 Dec. 30.

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

16 Mar. 13.
17 May 1..
18 June 22.
19 Oct. 2 ..
20 Dec. 31.

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.
23 June 20.
24 Sept. 30
25 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

58,796,463
62,392,112
66,559,947
65,196,781
70,107,747

70,250,860
77,412,IC
O
74,816,920
72,986,340
59,611,840

24.364.000
24.149.000
24.199.000
l 25,294,000
26.634.000

74,262,790
77,663,587
71,249,234
71,682,807
72,855,405

62,377,500
41,446,430
41,339,220
48,426,920
55,259,260

25.115.000
26.867.000
25.706.000
24.520.000
24.926.000

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

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
74,597,56.6
73,907,610
71,601,530
71,910,468

78,861,210
78,256,120
69,517,790
66,010,9.50
64,902,260

7.619.000
9.614.000
8.744.000
7.375.000
12,506,000

Date.

No.

1 Feb. 21.
2 Apr. 23..
3 June 11.
4 Oct. 1..
5 Dec. 31..
6

7
8
9
10

Mar. 11.
May 6...
June 30.
Oct. 1...
Dec. 31.,

1880.

1881.

1882.

21

22

26 Mar. 10.
27 May 6..
28
29 m :
30 Dec. 24.
31 Mar. 1..
32 June 3..
33 Aug. 27.
34 Oct. 7 ..
35 Dec. 28.
36 Mar. 4..
37 May 13.
38 Aug. 1..
39 Oct. 5..
40 Dec. 7..
41
42
43
44
45

Feb. 14.
Apr. 30.
June 30.
Oct. 4 ..
Dec. 12.

46 Feb. 26.
47 May 13.
48 July 12.
49 Sept. 30
50 Dec. 11.
51 Feb. 28.
52 May 17.
53 July 18.
Oct. 2 ..
Dec. 19.

ft

1885.

1886.

1887.

1888.

1889.

Gold coin.

1890.

72,286,957
77,467,560
72,601,180
74,776,720
73,989,093
72,968,100
74,664,828
93,335,600
82,569,980
77,325,784
i Includes $1,820,000 clearing-house coin certificates.




4.958.000
5.708.000
4.463.000
3.469.000
3.036.000

Silver
Treasury
certificates.

Fractional
silver coin.

United States
certificates of
Total specie. Legal-tender deposit for
notes.
legal-tender
notes.

u.

$295,340
495,860
495,400
1,165,120
1,454,200

$89,442,051
86,429,732
99,506,505
109,346,509
107,172,901

$55,229,408
61,059,175
64,480,717
56,640,458
59,216,934

$10,760,000
7.870.000
12,500,000
7.655.000
6.150.000

3
4
5

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

6

1,202,080

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

11

854,040
1,807,600
1,464,460

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

60,648,068
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

16
17
18
19

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

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

26
27
28
29
30

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

31
32
33
34
35

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

36
37
38
39
40

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

173,830,614
172,074,011
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

41
42
43
44
45

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

46
47
48
49
50

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

51
52
53
54
55

,

1 202,020




8.045.000
9.540.000
6.740.000
7.920.000

,

1
2

7
8
9
10

12

13
14
15

20

21
22

23
24
25

Gold coin.

Date.

No.

1891.

Gold
Treasury
certificates.

Clearing­
house
certificates.
(Sec. 5192.)

$82,050,500
82,891,099
87,695,142
84,464,347
84,200,590

$83,677,900
75,314,460
63,910,310
60,173,670
85,091,060

$4,91^,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
95,104,914
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

69
70

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

71
72
73
74
75

Feb. 28..
May 4 ...
July 18..
Oct. 2 ...
Dec. 19..

124,904,826
128,180,159
125,051,677
125,020,291
119,898,047

66,456,110
41,928,330
40,560,490
37,810,940
29,677,720

7,825,000
34.721.000
34.023.000
34.096.000
31.219.000

76
77
78
79
80

Mar. 5...
May 7 ...
July 11..
Sept. 28.
Dec. 13..

120,855,576
123,258,437
117,476,837
110,378,360
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

81
82
83
84
85

Feb. 28..
May 7 ...
July 14..
Oct. 6 ...
Dec. 17..

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

86

Mar. 9...
May 14..
July 23..
Oct. 5...

.
.
.
.

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

56
57
58
59
60

Feb. 26..
May 4 ...
July 9 ...
Sept. 25.
Dec. 2...

61
62
63
64
65
66

1892.

67
68

1894.

1895.

1897.
87
88

89
90

1898.
91
92
93
94
95

Feb. 18May 5 ...
July 14..
Sept. 20.
Dec. 1 ...

.
.
.
.
.

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

96
97
98
99
100

Feb. 4...
Apr. 15..
June 30..
Sept. 7..
Dec. 2...

.
.
.
.
.

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
70,986,070

169.910.000
166.311.000
148.495.000
133,140,500
100.648.000

101

Feb. 13...
Apr. 26...
June 29...
Sept. 5 ...
Dec. 13...

.
.
.

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
102,269,910

90.887.000
92.070.000
91,023,500
93.390.000
91.789.000

1900.
102

103
104
105

.
1901.

106 Feb. 5___
107 Apr. 24....
108 July 15___
109 Sep‘t. 3 0 ...
110 Dec. 1 0....
1 The act authorizing the issue




133,447,930
. 110,369,107
. 110,280,301
122,950,940
. 108,871,024
K)8,490,040
. 106, 736,761
117,806,580
. 105, 425,840
IfiO,266,100
of these certificates was repealed

89.154.000
82.315.000
85.465.000
89,-854,000
84,746,500
Mar. 14, 1900.

certificates
for gold
deposited.

by national banks at date of each report from Feb. 21,1880, to Aug. SI, 1918—Continued.

Silver dol­
lars.

Silver
Treasury
certificates.

Fractional
silver coin.

United States
certificates of
Total specie. Legal-tender deposit for Total lawful No.
notes.
money.
legal-tender
notes.

$8,231,195
7,448,417
7,631,470
6,348.573
7,152,798

$17,397,259
18,272,781
19,802,695
20,409,735
18,816,462

$4,950,509
4,588,654
5,023,920
4,818,751
4,948,125

$201,240,363
194,939,411
190,769,537
183,515,076
207,898,035

$89,400,399
96,375,249
100,399,811
97,615,608
93,854,354

$11,655,000
11,515,000
18,845,000
15,720,000
8,765,000

$302,295,762
302,829,660
310,014,348
296,850,684
310,517,389

56
57
58
59
60

7,304,202
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

61
62
63
64
65

7,212,800
7,615,574
7,380,457
7,965,844
7,530,135

21,695,114
24,603,511
22,626,180
28,385,889
34,776,253

5,438,877
6,140,115
6,119,574
6,009,179
5,439,171

208,341,816
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
222,863,305
289,254,850
346,433,212
414,135,407

66
67
68
69
70

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

433,980,861
452,103,216
438,931,970
402,894,682
374,644,695

71
72
73
74
75

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

220,931,642
5,956,959
5,617,399
218,646,600
214,427,194
5,834,241
4,892,382 . 196,237,311
5,605,274 206,712,410

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

365,862,264
364,105,758
382,942,306
340,103,996
337,361,833

T6
77
78
79
80

7,406,130
7,285,043
6,867,060
6,721,871
6,975,625

25,869,370
31,512,287
29,495,375
28,057,695
32,144,649

5,847,928
5,814,316
5,619,454
5,305,176
5,400,174

196,017,459
202,373,446
203,835,449
200,808,632
225,540,709

112,507,513
118,971,652
113,213,290
110,494,730
118,893,612

28,735,000
28,035,000
27,165,000
31,840,000
37,080,000

337,259,972
349,380,098
344,213,739
343,143,362
381,514,321

81
82
83
84
85

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

86
87
88
89
90

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

91
92
93
94
95

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
364,162,553
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

96
97
98
99
100

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
373,228,410
359,672,224

122,466,493
139,838,063
143,755,522
145,046,493
141,284,945

i 14,500,000
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

101
102
103
104
105

10,436,238
9,593,379
9,399,355
8,649,959
9,600,000

48,533,778
53,893,133
51,259,021
46,467,349
48,452,821

8,015,090
7,740,938
7,601,102
7,167,222
7,846,237

399,956,143
386,773,692
371,085,543
376,681,871
369,652,498

152,386,332
159,324,246
164,929,624
151,018,751
151,118,358

552,342,475
549,857,938
540,800,167
539,555,622
520,770,856

106
107
108
109
110




Gold coin.

Gold
Treasury
certificates.

Clearing­
house
certificates.
(Sec. 5192.)

1902.
Feb. 25..........................
Apr. 20..........................
July 16..........................
Sept. 15........................
Nov. 25.........................

$105,572,077
110,687,138
108,202,383
104,051,296
101,333,097

$126,900,190
105,709,930
106,867,430
84,248,770
115,484,070

$88,409,000
83.749.000
82.099.000
82.137.000
76.814.000

1903.
116 F eb .6............................
117 Apr. 9............................
118 June 9............................
119 Sept. 9..........................
120 Nov. 17.........................

105,288,729
105,337,464
107,539,938
105,569,894
102,963,258

118,765,050
108,460,880
104,561,520
119,367,220
110,020,660

72.435.000
68.693.000
64.984.000
63.307.000
67.584.000

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

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

112,221,348
107,061,094
111, 221,153
114,105,132
117,022,998

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

No.

Ill
112

113
114
115

121
122

123
124
125

Date.

1905.

126 Jan. 11..........................
127 Mar. 14..........................
128 May 29..........................
129 Aug. 25.........................
130 Nov. 9 ...........................
1906.

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

136
137
138
139
140

1907.
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

141
142
143
144
145

1908.
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
267,468,060
253,801,610

47.810.000
54.551.000
57.324.000
65.599.500
64.295.500

146
147
148
149
150

1909.
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

151
152
153
154
155

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

147,112.214
153,410,043
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

156
157
158
159
160

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

153,993,178
153,456,566
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

1912.
161 Feb. 20..........................
162 Apr. 18..........................
163 June 14..........................
164 Sept. 4..........................
165 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




Silver
Treasury
certificates.

Fractional
silver coin.

United States
certificates of
Total specie. Legal-tender deposit for
notes.
legal-tender
notes.

$407,082,162 $154,682,692
398,760,561 159,484,226
404,763,968 164,854,292
366,236,120 141,757,618
141,310,109
391,281,661

N
o.

$51,277,355
58,590,893
62,466,880
50,747,624
51,950,374

$8,358,962
8,303,974
8,798,719
7,757,859
8,295,407

58,161,298
54,637,578
63,350,733
62,791,768
53,084,545

9,547,048
9,086,543
9,114,765
9,004,143
8,863,779

417,572,146
389,081,521
388,616,378
397,556,168
378,290,426

153,025,573
147,133,313
163,592,829
156,749,859
142,325,352

116
117
118
119

69,105,776
63,472,250
76,251, 788
67,532,494
68,381,697

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
157,942,978

121
122

123
124
125

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
157,904,573 I
169,629,979
170,073,847
161,157,612

126
127
128
129
130

75,211,364
74,596,749
81,841,914
77,142,042
67,779,733

11.154.585
12,257,757
11,369,769
11,761,548
11.954.586

492,568,375
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

131
132
133
134
135

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

136
137
138
139
140

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

141
142
143
144
145

121,687,086
124,348,526
129,205,129
117,697,856
111, 845,096 1

17,038,963
16,405,336
16,185,383
16,506,342
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

146
147
148
149
150

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

151
152
153
154
155

121,912,287
128,493,229
140,277,209
125,885,418
128,911,341

18,893,049
18,915,979
18,649,883
18,300,964
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

156
157
158
159
160

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
743,868,470
756,762,688
713,460,600
682,320,722

181,468,221
187,820,692
188,440,207
182,490,494
176,778,016

161
162
163
164
165




I ll

112

113
114
115

120

X

T able N o . 45.—-Gold, silver, coin certificates, legal tenders, and currency certificates held
C lea r in g ­
h ouse
c e r tific a te s .
(S e c . 5192.)

U n i t e d S ta te s
c e r tific a te s
for g o ld
d e p o s it e d .

N o.

D a te .

G o ld c o in .

G o ld
T r e a su r y
c e r tific a te s .

166
167
168
169
170

1913.
F e b . 4 ..............................................................................
A p r . 4 ..............................................................................
J u n e 4 ..............................................................................
A u g . 9 . ...........................................................................
O c t. 2 1 ............................................................................

$1 5 2 ,0 4 4 ,7 3 7
1 4 7 ,3 1 2 ,6 7 3
1 4 3 ,7 6 2 ,6 5 9
143 ,3 0 8 ,7 9 1
1 4 4 ,4 1 6 ,5 4 7

$ 2 9 1 ,4 1 6 ,2 4 0
2 6 9 ,9 3 9 ,2 1 0
2 7 7 ,8 1 3 ,3 1 0
2 9 0 ,4 9 5 ,0 0 0
2 7 7 ,2 3 3 ,8 2 0

$ 8 8 ,4 0 7 ,5 0 0
9 3 ,2 6 3 ,0 0 0
8 9 ,4 4 3 ,5 0 0
8 5 ,7 2 6 ,7 0 0
8 7 ,9 1 4 ,5 0 0

$ 5 0 ,9 0 5 ,0 0 0
4 1 ,0 4 0 ,0 0 0
4 5 ,8 0 6 ,0 0 0
4 6 ,5 8 7 ,5 0 0
4 2 ,4 5 0 ,0 0 0

171
172
173
174
175
176

1914.
J a n . 1 3 ............................................................................
M ar. 4 ..............................................................................
J u n e 30............................................................................
S e p t . 1 2 ..........................................................................
O c t. 3 1 ............................................................................
D e c . 31............................................................................

1 5 3 ,3 8 5 ,9 0 4
1 5 3 ,4 3 8 ,2 5 5
1 4 9 ,2 9 5 ,3 2 9
1 5 6 ,2 3 4 ,2 3 4
1 6 2 ,5 6 4 ,5 2 2
1 2 4 ,4 6 3 ,7 8 2

3 1 4 ,8 1 0 ,3 0 0
3 3 3 ,6 1 2 ,2 2 0
3 2 1 ,7 2 8 ,7 4 0
3 0 8 ,0 0 5 ,0 5 0
3 1 5 ,8 6 1 ,5 3 0
2 0 0 ,1 7 8 ,8 0 0

7 9 ,4 1 3 ,0 0 0
8 7 ,9 3 2 ,5 0 0
9 9 ,9 6 4 ,0 0 0
8 4 ,3 2 5 ,5 0 0
7 3 ,9 0 6 ,4 0 0
4 4 ,1 9 6 ,5 0 0

4 5 ,1 5 0 ,0 0 0
5 5 ,6 7 0 ,0 0 0
5 4 ,8 7 5 ,0 0 0
3 8 ,8 2 0 ,0 0 0
3 9 ,2 3 0 ,0 0 0
1 9 ,2 5 5 ,0 0 0

177
178
179
180
181
182

1915.
M ar. 4 ..............................................................................
M a y 1 ...............................................................................
J u n e 23.........................................................'.................
S e p t . 2 ............................................................................
N o v . 1 0 ...........................................................................
D e c . 31............................................................................

1 2 4 ,1 9 0 ,7 2 2
1 1 7 ,6 1 0 ,5 6 0
1 2 1 ,1 7 2 ,6 4 5
1 1 9 ,9 5 0 ,5 2 0
1 2 7 ,1 1 8 ,1 1 0
1 1 8 ,4 1 5 ,7 6 2

2 0 5 ,0 9 4 ,6 3 0
2 2 4 ,0 5 6 ,3 9 0
2 7 6 ,0 4 6 ,2 2 5
3 2 7 ,6 7 3 ,1 7 0
3 4 9 ,9 8 3 ,9 9 5
2 9 5 ,4 0 9 ,8 4 0

6 4 ,8 4 8 ,5 0 0
7 0 ,9 3 2 ,0 0 0
7 4 ,0 5 8 ,5 0 0
6 4 ,5 6 9 ,4 3 0
5 9 ,5 6 7 ,5 0 0
8 3 ,9 6 3 ,5 0 0

4 5 ,9 3 5 ,0 0 0
6 1 ,9 1 0 ,0 0 0
6 3 ,1 1 5 ,0 0 0
5 6 ,1 7 0 ,0 0 0
5 1 ,6 0 5 ,0 0 0
5 4 ,9 6 0 ,0 0 0

183
184
185
186
187
188

1916.
M ar. 7 ..............................................................................
M a y 1 ...............................................................................
J u n e 3 0 ............................................................................
S e p t . 1 2 ................................................................. —
N o v . 1 7 ...........................................................................
D e c . 27............................................................................

1 1 9 ,8 9 7 ,0 0 0
1 1 7 ,1 1 4 ,0 0 0
1 1 7 ,1 9 9 ,0 0 0
1 2 2 .0 7 9 ,0 0 0
1 2 ? ;599,000
1 2 0 ,3 9 6 ,0 0 0

3 1 0 ,0 6 4 ,0 0 0
2 8 1 ,1 7 0 ,0 0 0
2 8 4 ,0 8 9 ,0 0 0
2 8 6 ,4 1 8 ,0 0 0
3 2 0 ,5 7 4 ,0 0 0
3 1 0 ,6 2 7 ,0 0 0

8 7 ,7 4 9 ,0 0 0
7 8 ,8 0 1 ,0 0 0
6 6 ,9 7 1 ,0 0 0
7 7 ,5 4 6 ,0 0 0
6 5 ,6 2 3 ,0 0 0
6 7 ,2 5 9 ,0 0 0

5 6 ,1 7 0 ,0 0 0
4 4 ,3 6 5 ,0 0 0
4 0 ,7 3 5 ,0 0 0
4 3 ,6 8 4 ,0 0 0
4 1 ,7 3 8 ,0 0 0
3 8 ,6 3 6 ,0 0 0

189
190
191

1917.
M ar. 5 ...............................................................................
M a y 1 ...............................................................................
J u n e 2 0 ............................................................................

1 1 8 ,4 3 3 ,0 0 0
1 1 6 ,8 9 7 ,0 0 0
1 1 6 ,9 8 3 ,0 0 0

3 4 3 ,7 8 4 ,0 0 0
3 0 5 ,5 9 7 ,0 0 0
2 2 4 ,5 1 5 ,0 0 0

6 7 ,3 1 5 ,0 0 0
5 9 ,7 4 6 ,0 0 0
5 5 ,9 8 5 ,0 0 0

4 2 ,8 2 3 ,0 0 0
3 7 ,2 7 0 ,0 0 0
1 6 ,6 9 5 ,0 0 0

192
193
194

S e p t . 1 1 ..........................................................................
N o v . 2 0 ...........................................................................
D e c . 31............................................................................

7 9 ,5 4 9 ,0 0 0
7 0 ,0 0 2 ,0 0 0
6 1 ,5 6 0 ,0 0 0

( 3)
<3)
( 3)

6 ,6 9 7 ,0 0 0
1 5 ,4 3 1 ,0 0 0
1 3 ,6 6 1 ,0 0 0

( 3)
( 3)
( 3)

195
196
197
198

1918.
M ar. 4 ..............................................................................
M a y 10..............• ............................................................
J u n e 29............................................................................
A u g . 3 1 ...........................................................................

5 2 ,3 9 4 ,0 0 0
4 4 ,2 0 2 ,0 0 0
3 4 ,2 6 1 ,0 0 0
3 0 ,4 1 7 ,0 0 0

1 2 ,3 5 9 ,0 0 0
1 2 ,0 9 8 ,0 0 0
1 1 ,6 3 9 ,0 0 0
1 1 ,8 8 4 ,0 0 0

( 3)
( 3)
( 3)
( 3)




5 8 ,3 4 8 ,0 0 0
( 3)
4 2 ,9 1 0 ,0 0 0
( 3)

S ilv e r d o l­
lars.

S ilv e r
T r e a su r y
c e r tific a te s .

F r a c tio n a l
s ilv e r c o in .

T o ta l s p e c ie .

L e g a l-te n d e r
n o te s .

$13,955,348
13,625,311
13,720,873
12,322,675
12,557,478

$ 1 3 1,692,580
127,352,808
133,339,825
131,052,874
126,778,007

$ 2 1 ,3 1 0 ,4 4 3
2 0 ,3 7 3 ,3 9 7
2 0 ,1 8 8 ,4 6 1
18,773,917
19,5 4 3 ,9 8 6

$ 7 7 3 ,184,848
712,9 0 6 ,3 9 9
724,07 4 ,6 2 7
728,27 7 ,4 5 7
710,89 4 ,3 3 8

$183,685 383
175,377,336
189,908,013
170,901,917
178,738,116

$933,417,231
8 8 8 ,2 8 3 ,7 3 6
9 1 3,982,641
899 ,1 6 9 ,3 7 4
8 8 9 ,6 3 2 ,4 5 4

166
167
168
169
170

15,180,421
14,536,443
14,293,420
12,692,441
12,809,774
14,008,854

148,197,091
125,321,089
129,823,852
126,444,951
128,450,262
109,209,829

2 4 ,3 5 3 ,4 9 4
2 2 ,1 8 3 ,5 8 8
21 ,6 0 4 ,4 2 5
1 9 ,6 7 6 ,7 4 2
2 0 ,4 3 0 ,2 7 6
2 3 ,5 4 4 ,3 4 8

780,49 0 ,2 1 0
792,694,095
791,58 4 ,5 6 6
746,1 9 8 ,9 1 8
7 5 3,252,764
534,85 7 ,1 1 3

201.429,211
175,373,021
177,490,396
157,508,431
172,300,611
128,370,974

9 8 1,919,421
9 6 8 ,0 6 7 ,1 1 6
969,0 7 4 ,9 6 2
9 0 3 ,7 0 7 ,3 4 9
9 2 5 ,5 5 3 ,3 7 5
6 6 3 ,2 2 8 ,0 8 7

171
172
173
174
175
176

1 3,513,922
1 2,000,834
1 2,427,405
1 2,094,542
11,4 7 2 ,9 7 8
1 1 ,7 78,235

115,736,095
100,544,525
110,528,967
118,528,363
1 1 1 ,074,423
103,859,891

2 2 ,5 3 3 ,5 3 0
2 0 ,1 9 5 ,1 0 4
2 1 ,1 9 2 ,2 2 5
20 ,8 6 0 ,4 8 1
2 0 ,9 7 4 ,8 1 3
2 1 ,3 7 5 ,0 8 4

5 9 1 ,8 5 2 ,3 9 9
607,24 9 ,4 1 4
678 ,5 4 0 ,9 6 7
719 ,8 4 3 ,5 0 6
7 3 1 ,7 9 6 ,8 1 9
6 8 9 ,7 6 2 ,3 1 2

1 27,091,112
127 ,9 9 9 ,5 5 0
111 ,2 4 0 ,2 5 0
122,7 6 5 ,3 7 9
1 1 4 ,9 7 8 ,4 0 9
118,1 1 7 ,2 6 7

7 1 8,943,511
735,24 8 ,9 6 4
789,78 1 ,2 1 7
842,608- 885
8 4 6 ,7 7 5 ,2 2 8
8 0 7 ,8 7 9 ,5 7 9

177
178
179
180
181
182

1 1 ,8 97,000
11 ,7 3 7 ,0 0 0
1L 812* 000
11,7 6 2 ,0 0 0
11,991,000
13,083,000

101,293,000
109,365 000
9 8 ,5 0 5 ,0 0 0
100* 664,000
9 7 ,9 2 1 ,0 0 0
104,600,000

2 1 ,7 1 0 ,0 0 0
21 0 1 3,000
21 ,1 6 8 j 000
2 0 ,8 6 9 ,0 0 0
2 1 ,4 0 2 ,0 0 0
2 2 ,4 9 8 ,0 0 0

7 0 8 ,7 8 0 ,0 0 0
6 6 3 ,5 6 5 ,0 0 0
6 4 0 ,4 7 9 ,0 0 0
6 6 3 ,0 2 2 ,0 0 0
6 8 6 ,8 4 8 ,0 0 0
677,09 9 ,0 0 0

124 ,8 3 3 ,0 0 0
1 1 3 ,8 9 0 ,0 0 0
1 1 7 ,5 2 4 ,0 0 0
1 0 5 ,1 0 1 ,0 0 0
1 0 1 ,4 9 6 ,0 0 0
1 0 8,847,000

8 3 3 ,6 1 3 ,0 0 0
7 7 7 ,4 5 5 ,0 0 0
7 5 8 ,0 0 3 ,0 0 0
7 6 8 ,1 2 3 ,0 0 0
7 8 8 ,3 4 4 ,0 0 0
7 8 5 ,9 4 6 ,0 0 0

183
184
185
186
187
188

13,025,000
13,399,000
13,484,000

9 7 ,2 4 0 ,0 0 0
102,612,000
105,336,000

2 3 ,3 7 8 ,0 0 0
2 3 ,9 8 0 ,0 0 0
2 3 ,7 3 8 ,0 0 0

7 0 5 ,9 9 8 ,0 0 0
659,5 0 1 ,0 0 0
5 5 6 ,6 8 6 ,0 0 0

1 07,994,000
1 03,828,000
105,147,000

8 1 3 ,9 9 2 ,0 0 0
7 6 3 ,3 2 9 ,0 0 0
6 6 1 ,8 3 3 ,0 0 0

189
190
191

P a p e r cu r ­
r e n c y .1

T o ta l la w fu l
N o.
m on ey.

TOTAL CASH.

2 3 9 ,445,000
4 2,007,000
4 5 ,122,000
41,653,000
43,759,000
11,170,000
37 ,9 7 8 ,0 0 0

(*)
(1
3)
2
( 3)

7 4,850,000
(3)

5 3 ,317,000
( 3)

2 8 ,5 8 1 ,0 0 0

181 ,8 7 8 ,0 0 0

$ 3 6 7 ,9 1 8 ,0 0 0
3 8 8 ,6 8 0 ,0 0 0
4 1 1 ,7 8 3 ,0 0 0

493,60 9 ,0 0 0
516,1 2 0 ,0 0 0
5 3 2 ,1 2 6 ,0 0 0

192
193
194

( 3)

(3)
(3)
(3)

2 1 0 ,1 1 5 ,0 0 0
363 ,4 3 5 ,0 0 0
161,78 9 ,0 0 0
2 8 3 ,8 5 7 ,0 0 0

4 4 9 ,7 1 9 ,0 0 0
4 6 3 ,4 9 4 ,0 0 0
3 8 2 ,7 0 1 ,0 0 0
3 6 4 ,1 3 6 ,0 0 0

195
196
197
198

3 9 ,0 3 4 ,0 0 0

1 I n c lu d e s le g a l t e n d e r , c o in c e r tific a te s , a n d b a n k n o t e s .
2 I n c lu d e s fr a c tio n a l s ilv e r .
s T h e s e it e m s in c lu d e d w i t h p a p e r c u r r e n c y .




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G old
T r e a su r y
c e r tific a te s .

G o ld T r e a s­
u ry c e r tifi­
ca tes p a y ­
a b le t o ord er .

C lea r in g ­
house
c e r tific a te s .
(S e c . 5192.)

$ 5 ,3 9 6 ,1 2 2 .0 0
5 ,0 5 7 ,1 4 9 .5 0
5 .4 6 6 .4 7 0 .0 0
4 ,4 3 7 ,3 7 3 .4 5
4 .7 9 9 .6 0 1 .0 0

$1 1 5 ,1 4 8 ,2 9 0
122,52 3 ,0 2 0
145 ,2 1 4 ,5 5 0
130,25 2 ,7 3 0
9 3 ,8 2 0 ,5 2 0

$ 2 1 ,5 6 0 ,0 0 0
1 9 .1 2 0 .0 0 0
1 8 .9 4 0 .0 0 0
2 2 .6 1 0 .0 0 0
2 1 ,7 5 0 ,0 0 0

$ 4 7 ,0 3 5 ,0 0 0
5 3 .0 7 5 .0 0 0
4 9 .3 3 0 .0 0 0
4 8 .2 3 5 .0 0 0
4 1 .8 7 5 .0 0 0

$94,722
79,068
74,151
5 0 ,127
53 ,7 6 0

$ 4 2 ,3 7 1 ,2 2 0 .0 0
4 0 .3 0 7 .9 8 5 .0 0
4 3 .2 9 2 .1 9 6 .0 0
3 8 .2 4 1 .8 5 8 .0 0
3 7 .0 8 6 .3 9 5 .0 0

$ 9 1 1 ,9 0 2 .9 9
1 ,0 4 5 ,7 6 9 .5 5
9 7 7 ,3 8 5 .9 9
1 ,0 4 7 ,5 3 3 .5 2
1 ,0 1 9 ,5 9 8 .9 6

$232,5 1 7 ,2 5 6 .9 9
24 1 ,2 0 7 ,9 9 2 .0 5
2 6 3 ,2 9 4 ,7 5 2 .9 9
24 4 ,8 7 4 ,6 4 1 .9 7
20 0 ,4 0 4 ,8 7 4 .8 6

A v e r a g e ..................................................................

5 ,6 3 1 ,3 4 3 .1 9

121,39 1 ,8 2 2

2 0 ,7 9 6 ,0 0 0

4 7 ,9 1 0 ,0 0 0

70,366

4 0 ,2 5 9 ,9 3 1 .0 0

1 ,0 0 0 ,4 4 2 .2 0

23 6 ,4 5 9 ,9 0 3 .7 7

1910.
J a n . 3 1 .................................. ..............................................
M ar. 29.................................................................................
J u n e 30.................................................................................
S e p t . 1 .................................................................................
N o v . 1 0 ................................................................................

4 ,3 7 3 ,0 6 4 .1 5
5 .1 6 8 .9 1 7 .0 0
4 .5 5 6 .0 8 3 .0 0
4 .6 8 0 .7 5 2 .5 0
5 .3 3 9 .1 9 1 .5 0

1 1 3 ,5 8 1 ,5 0 0
100,58 9 ,4 7 0
9 7 ,8 9 3 ,1 4 0
120 ,7 4 9 ,5 4 0
8 9 ,7 3 2 ,8 3 0

2 2 ,0 2 0 ,0 0 0
2 1 ,6 6 0 /0 0 0
1 7 .5 6 0 .0 0 0
2 6 .3 4 0 .0 0 0
1 5 .5 3 0 .0 0 0

4 6 .0 1 5 .0 0 0
5 0 .5 4 0 .0 0 0
4 7 .2 9 5 .0 0 0
5 1 .7 5 5 .0 0 0
5 0 .8 5 2 .0 0 0

6 4 ,3 2 0
5 2 ,6 2 4
6 7 ,152
3 7 ,439
4 2 ,5 7 4

4 1 .4 4 9 .9 1 5 .0 0
4 2 .2 7 8 .5 1 6 .0 0
3 8 .8 4 2 .9 0 4 .0 0
3 8 .6 1 6 .4 0 2 .0 0
3 8 .2 0 4 .4 2 7 .0 0

9 4 0 ,0 7 0 .0 7
9 3 8 ,9 1 1 .3 2
1 ,1 5 6 ,4 7 0 .9 4
1 ,0 4 8 ,1 6 6 .2 6
1 ,1 0 4 ,7 8 0 .0 2

2 2 8 ,4 4 3 ,8 6 9 .2 2
2 2 1 ,2 2 8 ,4 3 8 .3 2
2 0 7 ,3 7 0 ,7 4 9 .9 4
24 3 ,2 2 7 ,2 9 9 .7 6
2 0 0 ,8 0 5 ,8 0 2 .5 2

A v e r a g e .................................................................

4 ,8 2 3 ,6 0 1 .6 3

104,509,296

2 0 ,6 2 2 ,0 0 0

4 9 ,2 9 1 ,0 0 0

52 ,8 2 2

3 9 ,8 7 8 ,4 3 3 .0 0

1 ,0 3 7 ,6 7 9 .7 2

2 2 0 ,2 1 5 ,2 3 1 .9 5

1911.
J a n . 7 ....................................................................................
M ar. 7 ................................................................... ...............
J u n e 7 ..................................................................................
S e p t. 1 .................................................................................
D e c . 5 ...................................................................................

6 .2 8 5 .1 9 5 .0 0
5 .3 8 2 .5 5 4 .5 0
5 .8 6 6 .5 2 3 .0 0
6 .0 7 8 .1 4 8 .5 0
5 .8 0 5 .9 0 7 .5 0

9 8 ,6 16,830
135,684,950
140,611,580
117,208,880
9 5,200,850

13 .6 9 0 .0 0 0
27 .2 0 0 .0 0 0
2 4 .0 2 0 .0 0 0
3 1 ,0 0 0 ,0 0 0
2 0 .4 6 0 .0 0 0

5 1 .1 2 5 .0 0 0
5 2 .9 5 0 .0 0 0
5 4 .3 2 5 .0 0 0
4 8 .9 8 0 .0 0 0
4 7 .9 1 0 .0 0 0

40,077
87,251
5 1 ,136
37,968
39,011

4 1 .1 0 4 .1 9 5 .0 0
4 5 .6 8 0 .6 8 3 .0 0
5 0 .3 4 0 .9 1 2 .0 0
4 3 .6 6 7 .0 5 0 .0 0
4 4 .9 7 0 .5 3 9 .0 0

1 .0 9 7 .5 5 8 .9 1
1 .0 9 7 .7 3 4 .7 0
1 .2 6 6 .1 3 1 .9 1
1 .2 1 3 .1 2 3 .7 0
1 ,3 7 2 ,2 9 7 .7 7

21 1 .9 5 8 .8 5 5 .9 1
2 6 8 .0 8 3 .1 7 3 .2 0
276.4 8 1 .2 8 2 .9 1
2 4 8 .1 8 3 .1 7 0 .2 0
21 5 ,7 5 8 ,6 0 5 .2 7

A v e r a g e .................................................................

5 ,8 8 3 ,6 6 5 .7 0

117 ,4 6 4 ,6 1 8

2 3 ,2 7 4 ,0 0 0

5 1 ,0 5 8 ,0 0 0

5 1 ,0 8 9

4 5 ,1 5 2 ,2 7 6 .0 0

1 ,2 0 9 ,3 6 9 .4 0

24 4 ,0 9 3 ,0 1 7 .4 4

1912.
F e b . 20.................................................................................
A p r . 18.................................................................................
J u n e 1 4 . .............................................................................
S e p t. 4 .................................................................................
N o v . 2 6 ...............................................................................

4 .7 0 7 .6 3 4 .5 0
1 3 ,3 0 1 ,9 9 4 .5 0
4 .4 7 9 .6 8 6 .5 0
4 .3 8 9 .4 5 8 .0 0
5 .6 3 1 .9 0 7 .0 0

130,95 7 ,6 1 0
1 1 4 ,6 1 4 ,1 8 0
1 4 1 ,1 0 3 ,9 5 0
1 16 ,2 3 8 ,8 0 0
8 1 ,9 3 1 ,3 9 0

2 9 .9 5 0 .0 0 0
2 8 .5 9 0 .0 0 0
3 1 .1 8 0 .0 0 0
2 3 .9 5 0 .0 0 0
2 3 .3 5 0 .0 0 0

5 8 .7 7 0 .0 0 0
4 7 ,2 1 3 ,5 0 0
4 3 .2 6 5 .0 0 0
5 0 .9 2 0 .0 0 0
5 3 .1 4 0 .0 0 0

4 4 ,1 2 8
4 3 ,498
3 6 ,2 1 4
4 2 ,5 0 4
4 5 ,3 1 5

5 2 .3 7 9 .3 4 3 .0 0
4 7 .5 5 9 .8 9 3 .0 0
4 7 .9 1 0 .8 9 9 .0 0
3 9 .2 9 7 .5 4 1 .0 0
4 1 .2 8 5 .0 6 5 .0 0

1 ,2 8 8 ,7 7 3 .1 2
1 ,2 5 6 ,9 6 9 .2 0
1 ,3 1 6 ,5 9 3 .9 4
1 ,2 3 9 ,1 1 5 .8 5
1 ,2 8 4 ,5 5 0 .6 7

2 7 8 ,0 9 7 ,4 8 8 .6 2
2 5 2 ,5 8 0 ,0 3 4 .7 0
2 6 9 ,2 9 2 ,3 4 3 .4 4
23 6 ,0 7 7 ,4 1 8 .8 5
20 6 ,6 6 8 ,2 2 7 .6 7

A v e r a g e ......... .......................................................

6 ,5 0 2 ,1 3 6 .1 0

1 1 6 ,9 6 9 ,1 8 6

2 7 ,4 0 4 ,0 0 0

5 0 ,6 6 1 ,7 0 0

4 2 ,3 3 2

4 5 ,8 8 6 ,5 4 8 .0 0

1 ,2 7 7 ,2 0 0 .5 5

2 4 8 ,1 4 3 ,1 0 2 .6 5

1913.
F e b . 4 ...................................................................................
A p r . 4 ...................................................................................
J u n e 4 ..................................................................................

5 .6 5 4 .0 5 5 .5 0
4 .3 4 5 .5 3 1 .5 0
4 ,3 3 2 ,0 1 1 .2 4

126,3 7 5 ,0 6 0
106,0 2 2 ,6 8 0
114,85 5 ,7 2 0

2 4 .9 3 0 .0 0 0
2 2 .0 5 0 .0 0 0
2 2 .0 5 0 .0 0 0

5 1 .8 3 0 .0 0 0
5 4 .9 7 0 .0 0 0
5 5 .4 5 0 .0 0 0

2 9 ,9 6 4
4 6 ,4 4 0
4 8 ,5 7 7

4 2 .5 9 6 .9 3 3 .0 0
4 2 .7 3 9 .3 0 1 .0 0
4 4 .0 1 6 .1 8 6 .0 0

1 ,3 8 4 ,7 4 6 .2 8
1 ,2 8 7 ,6 2 0 .6 8
1 ,3 0 3 ,5 4 1 .7 8

25 2 ,8 0 0 ,7 5 8 .7 8
2 3 1 ,4 6 1 ,5 7 3 .1 8
24 2 ,0 5 6 ,0 3 6 .0 2

P ap er
C u r ren cy .

1909.
F e b . 5 ...................................................................................
A p r . 28...................... ..........................................................
J u n e 23...................... ..........................................................
S e p t. 1 ..................................................................................
N o v . 1 6 ................................................................................
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S ilv e r
d o lla r s .

S ilv e r
T r e a su r y
c e r tific a te s .

F r a c tio n a l
s ilv e r c o in .

'

T o t a l.

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE

G o ld c o in .

D a te.

A u g . 9 .................
O c t. 2 1 ................

4 ,3 9 9 ,8 1 0 .5 0
4, 5 26,6 4 0 .0 0

126,6 5 6 ,7 5 0
1 1 1 ,3 7 4 ,6 3 0

2 2 .4 2 0 .0 0 0
2 0 .6 2 0 .0 0 0

5 0 .3 4 5 .0 0 0
5 0 .1 9 5 .0 0 0

4 8 ,254
4 5 ,884

5 1 ,1 6 1 ,9 3 5 .0 0
3 7 ,4 5 8 ,2 0 2 00

4, 65 1 ,6 0 9 .7 5

1 1 7 ,0 5 6 ,9 6 8

2 2 ,4 1 4 ,0 0 0

5 2 ,5 5 8 ,0 0 0

43 ,8 2 4

4 3 ,5 9 4 ,5 1 1 .0 0

30 4 ,3 2 8 .4 3

2 4 1 ,6 2 3 ,2 4 1 .3 8

J a n . 1 3 ...............
M ar. 4 .................
J u n e 3 0 .............
S e p t . 1 2 .............
O c t. 3 1 ...............
D e c . 31...............

4 ,8 3 4 ,3 2 6 .1 5
6 ,2 2 8 ,6 1 3 .7 7
5 ,4 4 4 ,4 2 3 .1 2
4 ,9 5 3 ,0 0 9 .5 4
5 ,5 3 2 ,4 0 3 .2 5
5 ,2 0 8 ,2 2 3 .5 9

1 3 5 ,7 0 8 ,5 4 0
158,77 6 ,5 6 0
1 4 2 ,6 1 5 ,4 4 0
1 1 2 ,4 6 4 ,2 5 0
1 2 8 ,9 8 1 ,1 0 0
8 5 ,7 9 1 ,3 2 0

1 7 .4 2 0 .0 0 0
2 6 .7 4 0 .0 0 0
3 1 .9 4 0 .0 0 0
1 7 .1 0 0 .0 0 0
1 7 .4 2 0 .0 0 0
8 ,4 1 0 ,0 0 0

4 4 .0 5 5 .0 0 0
5 2 .8 3 0 .0 0 0
6 0 .5 4 5 .0 0 0
4 6 .9 1 0 .0 0 0
3 9 .3 9 0 .0 0 0

20 020.000

48,833
55,047
52,666
59,864
5 8 ,072
56,633

5 0 .6 7 4 .4 3 7 .0 0
3 7 .1 1 0 .8 2 9 .0 0
3 9 .4 1 3 .2 2 0 .0 0
4 7 .3 2 0 .2 7 0 .0 0
5 2 .5 3 4 .0 9 5 .0 0
4 1 .3 1 3 .0 2 4 .0 0

1 ,3 5 8 ,0 9 9 .1 6
1 ,2 3 0 ,3 0 0 .2 7
1 ,2 1 8 ,3 1 7 .7 0
1 ,1 4 2 ,2 5 1 .5 2
1 ,1 7 1 ,4 1 6 .9 0
1 ,2 3 3 ,1 9 5 .0 1

25 4 ,0 9 9 ,2 3 5 .3 1
2 8 2 ,9 7 1 ,3 5 0 .0 4
2 8 1 ,2 2 9 ,0 6 6 .8 2
2 2 9 ,9 4 9 ,6 4 5 .0 6
2 4 5 ,0 8 7 ,0 8 7 .1 5
1 6 2 ,0 3 7 ,3 9 5 .6 0

A verage

5, 366,833.23

1 2 7 ,3 8 9 ,5 3 5

1 9 ,8 3 8 ,0 0 0

4 3 ,9 5 8 ,0 0 0

5 5 ,185

4 4 ,7 2 7 ,6 4 5 .0 0

1 ,2 2 5 ,5 9 6 .7 6

2 4 2 ,5 6 2 ,2 9 6 .6 6

M ar. 4 .................
M a y 1 ................ .
J u n e 23 ............. .
S e p t . 2 .............. .
N o v . 1 0 ............ .
D e c . 31...............

4 ,5 0 0 ,7 6 2 .7 0
4 .1 2 4 .6 2 5 .0 0
3 .9 6 9 .8 0 0 .0 0
6 ,0 9 9 ,2 4 2 .5 0
9 .4 6 7 .9 7 1 .0 0
7 .0 9 5 .3 6 4 .0 0

8 2 ,1 0 9 ,9 5 0
1 0 1 ,1 0 5 ,0 1 0
1 4 5 ,1 4 3 ,5 5 0
1 9 0 ,4 4 9 ,9 4 0
2 0 9 ,5 4 7 ,3 3 0
1 5 4 ,2 6 3 ,0 4 0

3 1 .5 8 0 .0 0 0
4 8 ,0 0 0 ,0 0 0
5 0 .1 5 0 .0 0 0
4 2 .9 6 0 .0 0 0
3 8 .3 7 0 .0 0 0
3 9 .8 9 0 .0 0 0

4 1 .9 5 0 .0 0 0
4 9 .2 3 0 .0 0 0
5 3 .2 7 0 .0 0 0
4 3 .0 9 0 .0 0 0
4 1 .8 9 0 .0 0 0
6 4 .3 7 0 .0 0 0

4 5 ,3 3 8
4 9 ,1 5 3
5 1 ,809
5 2 ,730
4 1 ,2 3 2
41,181

4 7 .8 9 7 .6 4 8 .0 0
3 6 .3 7 0 .9 3 5 .0 0
3 7 .3 0 1 .9 2 9 .0 0
4 9 .4 3 1 .9 3 2 .0 0
3 8 .0 0 8 .8 6 8 .0 0
3 3 .1 6 6 .6 2 2 .0 0

1 ,0 5 3 ,8 5 0 .4 0
1 ,1 0 9 ,2 8 9 .9 2
1 ,0 5 7 ,4 3 2 .6 0
1 .1 3 8 .4 4 4 .9 8
1 .5 5 0 .6 6 1 .9 9
1 ,2 7 4 ,4 6 1 .8 9

2 0 9 ,1 3 7 ,5 4 9 .1 0
2 3 9 ,9 8 9 ,0 1 2 .9 2
2 9 0 ,9 4 4 ,5 2 0 .6 0
3 3 3 ,2 2 2 ,2 8 9 .4 8
3 3 8 ,8 7 6 ,0 6 2 .9 9
3 0 0 ,1 0 0 ,6 6 8 .8 9

A verage

5 ,8 7 6 ,2 9 4 .1 3

1 4 7 ,1 0 3 ,1 3 4

4 1 ,8 2 3 ,0 0 0

4 8 ,9 4 0 ,0 0 0

4 6 ,907

4 ,3 6 2 ,9 8 9 .0 0

1, 1 9 7 ,3 5 6 ,9 6

2 8 5 ,3 7 8 ,3 5 0 .6 6

6 ,0 0 4
6,361
6 ,4 2 2
4 ,3 2 4
5 ,9 6 6
5 ,1 9 9

162,042
127,628
140,655
124,877
156,330
148,326

3 9 ,4 8 0
3 1 ,3 6 0
2 6 ,6 2 0
2 8 ,1 5 0
2 7 ,2 8 0
2 5 ,0 7 0

6 5 ,7 4 0
6 0 ,7 7 0
4 9 ,8 8 0
5 3 ,2 1 0
4 8 ,0 9 0
5 3 ,0 7 0

82
38
39
43
43
50

2 5 ,902
3 1 ,2 0 5
25 ,9 0 4
2 6 ,1 0 4
2 2 ,9 7 6
2 3 ,5 4 5

1 ,2 4 3
1 ,2 8 4
1 ,3 8 2
1 .4 5 4
1 .4 5 5
1 ,4 1 1

300,493
258,642
250,906
238,162
262,140
256,671

5 ,7 1 2

143,308

2 9 ,6 6 0

5 5 ,1 2 6

49

25 ,9 3 9

1 ,3 7 2

261,169

177,507
136,178
64,078
0)
C
1)
0)

2 8 ,5 4 0
2 2 ,9 8 0
4 ,7 5 0
0)
C
1)
0)

4 6 .3 7 0
4 6 ,0 5 0
4 2 .3 7 0
3 ,4 0 0
1 1 ,2 7 0

48
47
46
2 1,7 4 1
2 2 ,0 2 9
2 4 ,5 7 2

2 2 ,945
2 2 ,959
24,603

1 ,3 4 3
1 ,6 7 2
1 ,6 5 9

$64,241
69,792
67,513

5 ,9 5 7
5,6 5 5
5 ,3 8 4
3 ,2 8 3
3 ,1 2 3
3 ,0 7 9

0)

282,710
234,541
142, 890
72,845
86,214
86,174

2 2 ,638
5 9 ,8 0 2
2 4 ,0 2 2
4 7 ,9 2 2

2 ,2 1 8
2,367
1 ,9 9 0
2,153

( 3)

( 3)
( 3)
( 3)
(3)

1 1 .3 6 0
li; i5 0
1 0 ,855

1 ,8 5 4
2 ,7 2 7

0)

11,220

2 ,0 2 9

A verage

1 ,2 5 9 ,0 4 8 .2 9
1 ,2 8 6 ,6 8 5 .1 2 .

2 5 6 ,2 9 0 ,7 9 7 .7 9
2 2 5 ,5 0 7 ,0 4 1 .1 2

1914.

1915.

[In t h o u s a n d s o n ly .]

1916.
M ar. 7 ..............>
M a y 1 ................
J u n e 30...........
S e p t . 1 2 ............
N o v . 1 7 ............ .
D e c . 27..............
A verage
1917.
M ar. 5 . .
M ay 1 ..
J u n e 20.
S e p t. 11
N o v . 20.
D ec. 31.

11,010

0)

C1)

1918.
M ar. 4 .............
M a y 10........ ..
J u n e 2 9 ..........
A u g . 31.........




2 I n c lu d e s fr a c tio n a l s ilv e r c o i n .

21

1 6 ,660
12,593
0)

(2) 1 ,7 2 2
( 2)

» I n c lu d e d w it h g o ld T r e a s u r y c e r tific a te s .

70,178
76,046
66,191
63,324

209

i T h e s e it e m s in c lu d e d w i t h p a p e r cu r r e n c y .

15,448
14,988
0)

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

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210

T

N o . 47.— Law ful money and classification o f reserve held by national banks as shown by reports fo r the past five years.
NEW

Y O R K C IT Y .
:

D a te .

N e t d e p o s its .

36
35
33
33
33

$ 1 ,1 3 5 ,7 7 5 ,3 7 8
1 ,2 8 6 ,8 2 0 ,9 5 4
1 ,3 0 1 ,7 2 8 ,0 5 8
1,2 5 3 ,5 9 5 ,4 3 4
1 ,2 2 1 ,1 2 4 ,4 8 8

$283,943,844
321,705,238
325,432,014
313,39 8 ,8 5 8
305,28 1 ,1 2 2

N e t am ou nt on
w h ic h re se r v e is
c o m p u te d .

A m o u n t of
re ser v e
r e q u ir e d .

R eserve
r e q u ir e d .

C la s sific a tio n o f r e se r v e h e ld .

R e s e r v e h e ld .
R a t io t o
n et
d e p o s it s .

A m o u n t.

L egal
te n d e r s .

S p e c ie .

D u e fr o m
r e se r v e
a g e n ts.

R ed em p ­
t io n fu n d
w it h U / S .
T r e a s.

P e r cent.
J a n . 1 3 ,1 9 1 4 ......................................................................................
M ar. 4 ,1 9 1 4 ........................................................................................
J u n e 3 0 ,1 9 1 4 .....................................................................................
S e p t . 1 2 ,1 9 1 4 ....................................................................................
O c t . 3 1 ,1 9 1 4 ......................................................................................

D a te .

D e c . 3 1 ,1 9 1 4 .
M ar. 4 ,1 9 1 5 ..
M a y l , 1 9 1 5 ..
J u n e 2 3 ,1 9 1 5 .
S e p t . 2 ,1 9 1 5 .
N o v . 1 0 ,1 9 1 5
D e c . 3 1 ,1 9 1 5 .

N um b er
of bank s.

33 $ 1 ,2 7 6 ,1 5 8 ,5 4 4 .3 2
.33 1 ,4 5 7 ,7 3 4 ,7 2 4 .7 7
33 1 ,5 5 0 ,8 3 8 ,1 9 2 .8 7
33 1 ,6 1 4 ,5 7 5 ,7 1 7 .5 6
33 1 ,7 5 7 ,7 1 9 ,7 5 0 .7 9
33 2 ,1 1 6 ,3 9 6 ,9 6 8 .9 7
33 2 ,1 4 1 ,6 0 5 ,8 1 2 .4 1

$ 3 1 5 ,9 1 1 ,6 4 3
3 2 5 ,6 4 9 ,7 4 5
3 2 7 ,6 7 7 ,5 2 9
273,40 1 ,9 5 1
3 1 0 ,5 3 4 ,1 0 4

A m o u n t of
la w f u l m o n e y
i n v a u lt .

$ 2 2 9 ,7 0 8 ,5 3 7 .9 8 $ 2 0 7 ,5 3 0 ,2 1 8 .6 0
2 6 2 ,3 9 2 ,2 5 0 .4 5
2 5 8 ,3 4 4 ,7 0 4 .1 0
2 7 9 ,150,874. 72 2 9 0 ,3 0 9 ,5 3 6 .9 2
2 9 0 ,6 2 3 ,6 2 9 .1 6 3 1 7 ,5 8 3 ,1 3 3 .6 0
3 1 6 ,3 8 9 ,5 5 5 .1 4
3 7 3 ,6 3 2 ,7 8 1 .4 8
3 8 0 ,9 5 1 ,4 5 4 .4 1
3 7 3 ,1 5 3 ,6 6 4 .9 9
3 8 5 ,4 8 9 ,0 4 6 .2 3 3 3 9 ,4 4 1 ,9 0 1 .8 9

27.8 1
25.31
2 5 .1 7
21.8 1
2 5 .4 3

P er cent
to
d e p o s it s .

$ 2 5 4 ,0 9 9 ,2 3 5
2 8 2 ,9 7 1 ,3 5 0
2 8 1 ,2 2 9 ,0 6 6
2 2 9 ,9 4 9 ,6 4 5
2 4 5 ,0 8 7 ,0 8 7

$ 2,325,515

$ 5 9 ,4 8 6 ,8 9 3
4 2 ,6 7 8 ,3 9 5
4 6 ,4 4 8 ,4 6 3
4 3 ,4 5 2 ,3 0 6
6 5 ,4 4 7 ,0 1 7

P er cent
to
d e p o s its .

A m ount due
fr o m F e d e r a l
reserv e b a n k .

P er cen t
to
d e p o s it s .

1 6 .2 6 $ 1 0 1 ,3 1 5 ,2 4 1 .1 2
1 7 .7 2
1 1 4 .7 2 0 .7 0 7 .1 2
1 8 .7 2
1 1 7 .9 2 3 .4 3 2 .1 3
1 9 .6 7
1 3 2 .8 7 9 .2 2 3 .3 8
1 3 3 ,7 8 8 ,3 7 4 .8 3
2 1 .2 6
17.63
1 6 8 ,4 2 2 ,9 9 1 .6 2
1 5 .8 5
1 6 0 .1 6 7 .9 5 5 .3 9

7 .9 4
7 .8 7
7 .0 0
8 .2 3
7.6 1
7 .9 5
7 .4 8

$ 3 0 8 ,8 4 5 ,4 5 9 .7 2
3 7 3 ,0 6 5 ,4 1 1 .2 2
4 0 8 ,2 3 2 ,9 6 9 .0 5
4 5 0 ,4 6 2 ,3 5 6 .9 8
5 0 7 ,4 2 1 ,1 5 6 .3 1
5 4 1 ,5 7 6 ,6 5 6 .6 1
4 9 9 ,6 0 9 ,8 5 7 .2 8

24.20
25. 59
2 6.32
27.90
28 .8 7
2 5.58
23.33

7 .8 4
8 .0 0
7 .8 7
7 .8 7
8 .0 5
8 .4 5
8 .6 2
9 .5 7
12.3 9
15.36
1 5 .2 2
1 4 .8 8
1 4 .4 3
1 4 .8 6
17.31
15.11

513,402
456,734
447,906
422,934
461,374
457,572
512,741
471,196
435,193

2 3.73
21 .6 5
22.17
20 .6 6
21.07
2 1.89
22 .0 3
2 1 .0 2
19.98

T o ta l a m o u n t
o f r e se r v e
h e ld .

[I n t h o u s a n d s o n ly .]
M a r . 7 ,1 9 1 6 ..
M a y l , 1 9 1 6 ..
J u n e 3 0 ,1 9 1 6 .
S e p t . 1 2 ,1 9 1 6
N o v . 1 7 ,1 9 1 6 .
D e c . 2 7 ,1 9 1 6 .
M a r . 5 ,1 9 1 7 ..
M a y 1 ,1 9 1 7 ..
J u n e 2 0 ,1 9 1 7 .
S e p t . 1 1 ,1 9 1 7
N o v . 2 0 ,1 9 1 7 .
D e c . 3 1 ,1 9 1 7 .
M a r . 4 ,1 9 1 8 ,.
M a y 1 0 ,1 9 1 8 .
J u n e 2 9 ,1 9 1 8 .
A u g . 3 1 ,1 9 1 8 .




33
33
33
33
33
33
33
33
33
34
34
2 50
50
49
49
49

2 ,1 6 3 ,7 2 7
2 ,1 0 9 ,2 9 7
2 ,0 1 9 ,9 8 2
2 ,0 4 7 ,2 1 3
2 ,1 8 9 ,9 6 1
2 ,0 9 0 ,2 0 0
2 ,3 2 7 ,5 6 8
2 ,2 4 1 ,4 0 6
2 ,1 7 7 ,4 8 3
2 ,2 6 7 ,9 7 1
2 ,3 4 4 ,8 5 2
2 ,4 1 0 ,8 3 9
2 ,3 0 8 ,3 8 7
2 ,4 1 6 ,1 5 5
2 ,4 5 1 ,4 4 9
2 ,4 3 5 ,2 8 1

389,471
379,673
363,597
368,498
394,193
376,236
418,962
403,453
391,947
294,836
304,831
313,409
3 0 0,090
3 14,100
318,688
316,587

343 ,7 9 7
287,953
288 ,9 0 8
2 61,466
2 85,006
2 81,029
312 ,0 2 2
256 ,7 2 0
1 6 5,332
C
1)

1 5 .8 9
1 3 .6 5
14.3 0
12.77
13.0 2
13.4 4
13.41
1 1 .4 5
7 .5 9

169,605
168,781
158,998
161,468
176,368
176,543
200,719
214,476
269,861
348,307
356,924
3 5 8,796
333,043
359,069
42 4 ,4 2 2
3 68,002

C
1)

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

N um ber
of b a n k s.

C H IC A G O .
C la s sific a tio n o f r e se r v e h e ld .

R e s e r v e h e ld .

$337,629,573
380,641,416
3 7 2,191,664
348 ,3 0 2 ,1 2 5
330,67 3 ,5 0 9

R eserve
r e q u ir e d .

A m o u n t.

R a t io to
n et
d e p o s its .

L egal
ten d ers.

S p e c ie .

D u e from
re se r v e
a g e n ts.

R edem p­
t io n f u n d
w it h U . S .
T r e a s.

P er cent.
J a n . 13, 1914.
M ar. 4 ,1 9 1 4 ..
J u n e 3 0 ,1 9 1 4 .
S e p t . 1 2 ,1 9 1 4
O c t. 3 1 ,1 9 1 4 .

$84 ,4 0 7 ,3 9 3
9 5 ,1 6 0 ,3 5 4
9 3 ,0 4 7 ,9 1 6
87,0 7 5 ,5 3 1
8 2 ,6 6 8 ,3 7 7

N um b er
of b a n k s.

N et am ount on
w h ic h r e se r v e i s
c o m p u te d .

D e c . 3 1 ,1 9 1 4 .................................................................................
M ar. 4 ,1 9 1 5 ...................................................................................
M a y 1 ,1 9 1 5 ...................................................................................
J u n e 2 3 ,1 9 1 5 ................................................................................
S e p t . 2 ,1 9 1 5 ..................................................................................
N o v . 1 0 ,1 9 1 5 ................................................................................
D e c . 3 1 ,1 9 1 5 ................................................................................

9
9
9
9
10
10
10

$338 ,8 9 7 ,5 1 6 .4 5
3 7 2 ,0 0 2 ,1 4 3 .6 6
395 ,1 5 6 ,4 1 5 .5 0
3 8 9 ,3 5 4 ,0 5 8 .6 0
4 0 1 ,6 4 0 ,3 9 5 .0 9
4 1 8 ,4 9 1 ,7 6 6 .1 3
4 2 4 ,5 7 0 ,4 2 5 .0 2

$ 6 1 ,0 0 1 ,5 5 2 .9 6
6 6 ,9 6 0 ,3 8 5 .8 5
7 1 ,1 2 8 ,1 5 4 .7 9
7 0 ,0 8 3 ,7 3 0 .5 5
7 2 ,2 9 5 ,2 7 1 .1 2
7 5 ,3 2 8 ,5 1 7 .9 0
7 6 ,4 2 2 ,6 7 6 .5 0

M ar. 7 ,1 9 1 6 ...................................................................................
M a y 1 ,1 9 1 6 ....................................................................................
J u n e 3 0 ,1 9 1 6 .................................................................................
S e p t . 1 2 ,1 9 1 6 ...............................................................................
N o v . 17, 1916................................................................................
D e c . 2 7 ,1 9 1 6 .................................................................................
M ar. 5 ,1 9 1 7 ...................................................................................
M a y 1 ,1 9 1 7 ....................................................................................
J u n e 2 0 ,1 9 1 7 ................................................................................
S e p t . 1 1 ,1 9 1 7 ................................................................................
N o v . 2 0 ,1 9 1 7 ..............................................................................
D e c . 3 1 ,1 9 1 7 .
.
. .
M ar. 4 ,1 9 1 8 .. . .
......................................................
M a y 1 0 ,1 9 1 8 .
. . .
.
J u n e 2 9 ,1 9 1 8 ... .
....................................................
A u g . 3 1 ,1 9 1 8 ....
.....................................

10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
11
11
12
8 23
23
23
23
23

482,742
481,152
464,386
493,956
526,454
519,109
557,315
536,835
519,934
506,166
496,881
507,819
513,055
519,090
496,083
523,489

8 6 ,894
86,607
83,590
88,912
9 4 ,7 6 2
9 3 ,440
100,317
9 6 ,630
93,588
65,801
64,595
6 6 ,016
66,697
6 7 ,482
64,491
5 8 ,0 5 3

D a te .

A m ou n t of
re ser v e
r e q u ir e d .

$89,52 3 ,6 8 0
9 5 ,7 1 8 ,2 1 3
87,35 6 ,3 9 8
87,5 2 8 ,4 8 4
8 1 ,5 2 5 ,6 4 3

2 6 .5 2
25.1 7
2 3 .4 7
25.1 3
2 4 .6 5

A m oun t of
la w fu l m o n e y
i n v a u lt .

P er cen t
to
d e p o s it s .

$61 ,5 5 9 ,4 9 1
6 5 ,6 3 9 ,8 3 7
5 9 ,1 9 9 ,8 7 3
6 2 ,6 8 8 ,4 8 8
5 5 ,0 7 4 ,3 6 8

$ 2 7 ,1 7 2 ,9 8 9
3 0 ,0 7 8 ,3 7 6
2 8 ,1 5 6 ,5 2 5
2 4 ,8 3 9 ,9 9 6
2 6 ,4 5 1 ,2 7 5

$791,200

A m ount due
fr o m fe d e r a l
reserv e b a n k .

Per cent
to
d e p o s it s .

T o ta l a m o u n t
o f r e se r v e
h e ld .

$ 3 8 ,7 9 2 ,8 5 6 .4 5
11.4 5 $ 2 4 ,9 5 6 ,9 9 7 .3 2
2 9 ,7 2 6 ,7 5 2 .6 7
5 0 ,5 5 6 ,3 1 5 .9 5
13.59
5 7 ,1 4 2 ,6 3 2 .2 3
2 8 ,3 7 8 ,8 4 1 .3 9
1 4 .4 6
5 6 ,6 3 5 ,5 9 2 .5 4
3 1 ,6 7 1 ,1 7 8 .1 9
14 .5 5
3 2 ,5 5 1 ,3 6 4 .8 4
6 1 ,8 5 5 ,2 0 7 .0 5
15.41
5 3 ,5 9 9 ,8 2 1 .4 2
12.81
3 4 ,9 3 2 ,1 3 9 .7 9
5 2 ,6 4 7 ,1 3 3 .0 8 ;
1 2 .4 0
3 3 ,8 5 7 ,5 6 7 .2 9
[In th o u s a n d s o n ly .]
37 ,5 7 0
58,617
12.1 5
6 4 ,704
13.4 5
35 ,2 0 4
50,071
10.7 8
35,083
41,453
53,863
10.91
56,353
10.70
41,313
4 9 ,4 2 4
50,201
9 .6 7
50 ,4 6 5
53,927
9 .6 8
5 4 ,732
10.1 9
4 5 ,2 4 3
47,336
4 8 ,784
9 .3 9
67 ,2 4 3
C1)
63,453
6 9 ,046
70,083
71,537
67,195
7 1 ,7 5 9

7 .3 6
7 .9 9
7 .1 8
8 .1 3
8 .1 0
8 .3 5
7 .9 7

$ 6 3 ,7 4 9,853.77
8 0 ,2 8 3 ,0 6 8 .6 2
8 5 ,5 2 1 ,4 7 3 .6 2
8 8 ,3 0 6 ,7 7 0 .7 3
9 4 ,4 0 6 ,5 7 1 .8 9
8 8 ,5 3 1 ,9 6 1 .2 1
8 6 ,5 0 4 ,7 0 0 .3 7

18.81
21 .5 8
21 .6 4
22 .6 8
23.51
2 1 .1 6
2 3 .3 3

7 .7 8
7 .3 1
7 .5 6
8 .3 9
7 .8 5
9 .5 2
9 .0 5
8 .4 3
9 .1 0
13.2 8
12.76
13.6 0
13.6 6
13.78
13.55
13. 71

96,187
99,908
85,154
95,316
97,666
99,625
104,392
99,975
96,120

1 9.93
2 0 .7 6
1 8.34
19.30
18.55
19.19
18.73
1 8.62
18. 49

Per cent
to
d e p o s it s .

0)

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

N e t d e p o s its .

9
9
9
9
9

D a te .

N um b er
of b an k s.

;
1




211

1 T h e a m e n d m e n t t o t h e F e d e r a l r e se r v e a c t a p p r o v e d J u n e 2 1 ,1 9 1 7 , r e q u ir e s m e m b e r b a n k s to h o ld r e se r v e o n ly w it h F e d e r a l r e se r v e b a n k .
2 5 b a n k s in B r o o k ly n a n d 11 s u b u r b a n b a n k s tra n sferred t o N e w Y o r k C it y , D e c . 2 0 ,1 9 1 7 .
8 11 s u b u r b a n b a n k s tra n sfe r r e d to C hica g o D e c . 2 0 ,1 9 1 7 .

212

S T . L O U IS .
R e s e r v e h e ld .
N um b er
of b a n k s.

N e t d e p o s its .

R eserve
r e q u ir e d .
A m o u n t.

R a t io to
n et
d e p o s its .

$107,484,557
106,154,366
106,083,458
100,471,637
93,2 2 3 ,2 8 1

$26,87 1 ,1 3 9
26,538,591
26,5 2 0 ,8 6 4
25,11 7 ,9 0 9
2 3 ,3 0 5 ,8 2 0

$ 2 7 ,7 0 7 ,3 5 6
2 4 ,8 3 2 ,9 1 6
2 3 ,2 9 6 ,0 3 5
19 ,4 5 2 ,5 0 0
17,1 4 4 ,9 3 1

2 5 .7 8
23.3 9
21.96
19.36
18.39

N um b er
of b a n k s.

N e t a m ou n t on
w h ic h r e se r v e is
c o m p u te d .

A m ount of
re ser v e
r e q u ir e d .

A m o u n t of
la w f u l m o n e y
i n v a u lt .

Per ce n t
to
d e p o s its .

D e c . 3 1 ,1 9 1 4 ..................................................................................
M ar. 4 ,1 9 1 5 ....................................................................................
M a y 1 ,1 9 1 5 ....................................................................................
J u n e 23, 1915.................................................................................
S e p t. 2 ,1 9 1 5 ..................................................................................
N o v . 1 0 ,1 9 1 5 ....................................................... ........................
D e c . 3 1 ,1 9 1 5 ..................................................................................

7
7
7
7
7
7
7

$ 8 5 ,4 8 1 ,4 4 0 .2 7
8 9 ,0 3 3 ,9 7 7 .9 8
8 6 ,0 9 6 ,9 9 5 .2 3
9 0 ,8 6 2 ,3 0 6 .9 0
8 5 ,1 3 7 ,1 2 7 .3 9
9 2 ,3 2 0 ,2 1 3 .3 9
9 5 ,7 3 9 ,8 4 2 .9 2

$ 1 5 ,3 8 6 ,6 5 9 .2 5
1 6 ,0 2 6 ,1 1 6 .0 3
1 5 ,4 9 7 ,4 5 9 .1 4
1 6 ,3 5 5 ,2 1 5 .2 4
1 5 ,3 2 4 ,6 8 2 .9 3
1 6 ,6 1 7 ,6 3 8 .4 1
1 7 ,2 3 3 ,1 7 1 .7 3

M ar. 7 ,1 9 1 6 ....................................................................................
M ay 1 ,1 9 1 6 ....................................................................................
J u n e 3 0 ,1 9 1 6 .................................................................................
S e p t. 1 2 ,1 9 1 6 ...............................................................................
N o v . 1 7 ,1 9 1 6 .....................................................................'..........
D e c . 2 7 ,1 9 1 6 .................................................................................
M ar. 5 ,1 9 1 7 ...................................................................................
M a y 1 ,1 9 1 7 ...................................................................................
J u n e 2 0 ,1 9 1 7 .............................................................................
S e p t . 1 1 ,1 9 1 7 ................ ..............................................................
N o v . 2 0 ,1 9 1 7 ................................................................................
D e c . 3 1 ,1 9 1 7 ................... ............................................................
M ar. 4 ,1 9 1 8 ...................................................................................
M a y 1 0 ,1 9 1 8 .................................................................................
J u n e 2 9 ,1 9 1 8 .................................................................................
A u g . 3 1 ,1 9 1 8 ................................................................................

7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
6
6
6
6

111,948
113,182
112,197
118,547
135,109
142,036
149,395
134,849
127,918
123,161
106,387
128,553
116,169
104,105
109,178
120,530

2 0 ,1 5 0
20,373
20,195
2 1 ,338
2 4 ,3 1 9
2 5 ,566
26,891
2 4 ,2 7 3
2 3 ,025
16,011
13,830
16,712
15,102
13,534
14,193
15,669




L egal
ten d ers.

D u e fro m
r e se r v e
a g e n ts .

R edem p­
t io n fu n d
w it h U . S .
T r e a s.

P e r cent.

J an . 1 3 ,1 9 1 4 .
M ar. 4 ,1 9 1 4 ..
J u n e 3 0 ,1 9 1 4 .
S e p t . 1 2 ,1 9 1 4
O c t. 3 1 ,1 9 1 4 .

D a te .

S p e c ie .

7
7
7
7
7

$ 1 8 ,2 9 1 ,2 1 4
18,24 4 ,1 1 7
17,82 7 ,0 2 0
15 ,1 2 9 ,2 2 2
1 3 ,251,600

$ 8 ,5 8 8 ,9 9 2
6 ,5 8 8 ,7 9 9
5 ,4 6 9 ,0 1 5
4 ,3 2 3 ,2 7 8
3 ,8 9 3 ,3 3 1

A m ount due
fr o m F e d e r a l
reserv e b a n k .

$ 9 ,3 7 2 ,4 9 1 .1 0
10.96
$ 7 ,2 8 7 ,6 8 1 .2 6
9 ,1 7 2 ,2 7 1 .3 0
10.30
9 ,8 9 0 ,6 0 0 .3 4
8 ,1 1 4 ,4 9 2 .4 4
9 ,5 2 7 ,1 6 9 .2 5
11.07
9 ,3 9 9 ,7 3 3 .0 0
10.34
8 ,4 6 6 ,1 7 2 .1 6
9 ,0 5 2 ,7 7 1 .8 2
8 ,4 5 6 ,9 0 5 .6 4
10.63
9 ,4 6 6 ,4 8 1 .1 0
8 ,4 2 0 ,5 5 1 .8 2
10.2 6
1 1 ,0 5 4 ,2 7 7 .7 1
8 ,0 2 4 ,1 0 1 .4 7
11.55
[In t h o u s a n d s o n ly .]
9 .9 2
1 1 ,109
10,538
1 2 ,3 2 9
10.9 0
9,4 5 3
11,315
10.08
9,177
10,798
9 .1 1
1 3 ,2 5 9 ’
9 ,2 0 8
6 .8 1
16,386
9 ,7 4 9
16,934
6 .8 6
9 ,3 9 9
6 .2 9
20,057
8 ,5 3 5
6 .3 3
16,506
17,046
8 ,1 7 6
6 .3 9
16,606
<0
13,916
15,528
14,361
13,775
15,764
16,727

P er cen t
to
d e p o s its .

$827,149

T o ta l am ou n t
c f r e se r v e
h e ld .

Per cent
to
d e p o sits.

8 .5 2
11.11
9 .4 2
9 .3 2
9 .9 3
9 .1 2
8 .3 8

$ 1 6 ,6 6 0 ,1 7 2 .3 6
1 9 ,0 6 2 ,8 7 1 .6 4
1 7 ,6 4 1 ,6 6 1 .6 9
1 7 ,8 6 5 ,9 0 5 .1 6
1 7 ,5 0 9 ,6 7 7 .4 6
1 7 ,8 8 7 ,0 3 3 .2 2
1 9 ,0 7 8 ,3 7 9 .1 8

19.49
21.41
20.49
19.66
20.56
19.38
19.93

9 .4 1
8 .3 5
8 .1 8
11.1 8
12.13
11 .9 2
13.43
1 2 .2 4
13 .3 2
13.4 8
1 3 .0 8
12.08
12.36
13.23
14 .4 4
13 .8 8

21,647
21,782
20,492
24,057
25,594
26,683
29,456
25,041
25,222

19.33
19.25
18.26
20.29
18.94
18.78
19.72
18.57
19.71

0)

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY,

D a te.

C la ssific a tio n o f r e se r v e h e ld .

O T H E R R E S E R V E C IT IE S .

C la s sific a tio n o f r e se r v e h e ld .

R e s e r v e h e ld .

N e t d e p o s its .

R eserv e
r e q u ir e d .
A m o u n t.

R a t io t o
n et
d e p o s it s .

L egal
ten d ers.

S p e c ie .

D u e fro m
r e se r v e
a g e n ts .

R ed em p ­
t io n f u n d
w it h U . S .
T re a s.

P e r cent.
J a n . 1 3 ,1 9 1 4 ......................................................................................
M ar. 4 ,1 9 1 4 ........................................................................................
J u n e 3 0 ,1 9 1 4 .....................................................................................
S e p t . 1 2 ,1 9 1 4 ....................................................................................
O c t. 3 1 ,1 9 1 4 ......................................................................................

N um ber
of b an k s.

D a te .

N e t a m o u n t on
w h ic h r e se r v e is
co m p u ted .

325 $ 1 ,8 7 5 ,7 9 5 ,9 7 9 .7 9
323 1 ,9 8 4 ,7 8 0 ,9 6 4 .2 4
329 • 2 ,0 3 5 ,5 7 9 ,4 9 8 .5 2
327 2 ,0 6 0 ,3 1 9 ,5 4 1 .0 8
329 2 ,1 0 2 ,7 3 0 ,1 8 2 .9 9
319 2 ,2 8 2 ,6 5 6 ,7 5 0 .8 9
319 2 ,2 9 8 ,4 5 7 ,8 7 5 .1 3

M ar. 7 ,1 9 1 6 ..
M a y 1 ,1 9 1 6 ...
J u n e 3 0 ,1 9 1 6 ..
S e p t . 1 2 ,1 9 1 6 .
N o v . 1 7 ,1 9 1 6
D e c . 2 7 ,1 9 1 6 .
M ar. 5 ,1 9 1 7 ...
M a y 1 ,1 9 1 7 ..
J u n e 2 0 ,1 9 1 7 .
S e p t . 11,1917.
N o v . 2 0 ,1 9 1 7 .
D e c . 3 1 ,1 9 1 7 .
M ar. 4 ,1 9 1 8 ..
M a y 1 0 ,1 9 1 8 .
J u n e 2 9 ,1 9 1 8 .
A u g . 3 1 ,1 9 1 8 .

317
316
315
314
313
314
315
316
324
329
326
333
352
354
354
357

2 ,4 9 1 ,0 6 8
2 ,4 9 7 ,6 3 6
2 ,5 0 4 ,6 0 2
2 ,6 5 9 ,1 6 2
2 ,9 1 6 ,2 9 9
2 ,9 1 1 ,3 4 0
3 ,0 6 4 ,0 3 3
3 ,0 1 7 ,3 3 8
2 ,9 5 6 ,2 1 8
2 ,8 2 0 ,0 0 9
2 ,7 7 9 ,4 0 1
2 ,8 6 6 ,1 1 9
2 ,9 7 8 ,7 9 2
2 ,9 2 6 ,8 1 5
2 ,8 2 1 ,0 0 3
2 ,9 8 6 ,0 7 8

$ 1 ,9 0 7 ,4 6 6 ,5 0 1
1 ,9 7 0 ,1 4 6 ,9 1 9
2 ,0 2 7 ,1 8 1 ,4 1 4
1 .9 6 5 .3 8 1 .0 9 8
1 .9 3 6 .3 3 5 .0 9 8

A m o u n t of
re se r v e
r e q u ir e d .

$ 4 7 6 ,8 6 6 ,6 2 5
4 9 2 ,5 3 6 ,7 2 9
5 0 6 ,7 9 5 ,3 5 3
4 9 1 ,3 4 5 ,2 7 4
4 8 4 ,0 8 3 ,7 7 4

A m o u n t of
la w fu l m o n e y
i n v a u lt .

P er cen t
to
d e p o s it s .

$ 2 8 1 ,3 6 9 ,3 9 6 .9 7 $ 1 7 9 ,0 6 3 ,6 1 6 .7 3
2 7 9 ,7 0 7 ,1 4 4 .5 8 1 7 9 ,5 5 1 ,1 4 5 .3 9
3 0 5 ,3 3 6 ,9 2 4 .7 3 1 7 2 ,1 5 2 ,1 0 0 .5 5
3 0 9 ,0 4 7 ,9 3 0 .9 8 1 8 3 ,9 9 7 ,5 7 7 .4 0
3 l5 j 409,5 2 7 .2 5 1 7 6 ,2 2 9 ,3 5 3 .3 2
3 4 2 ,3 9 8 ,5 1 2 .6 4 1 8 0 ,032,846. 45
3 4 4 ,7 6 8 ,6 8 1 .3 3 1 7 7 ,3 7 3 ,4 2 6 .4 2

9 .5 5
9 .0 4
8 .4 6
8 .9 3
8 .3 8
7 .8 3
7 .7 2

373,660
374,644
375,690
398,874
437,445
436,701
459,604
452,600
443,432
282,001
277,940
286,612
297,879
292,681
282,100
298,608

185,696
178,125
173,853
189,563
1 9 2,916
1 8 5 ,4 6 0
189,709
188,707
186,770
0)

7 .4 5
7 .1 3
6 .9 4
7 .1 3
6 .6 2
6 .3 7
6 .1 9
6 .2 5
6 .3 1

$ 5 0 7 ,7 7 0 ,7 8 2
495,832, 773
5 0 7 ,6 6 5 ,2 9 4
4 5 4 ,8 0 9 ,1 3 8
4 5 5 ,6 1 9 ,2 7 8
A m ount due
fr o m F e d e r a l
r e se r v e b a n k s .

2 6 .6 2
2 5 .1 7
2 5 .0 4
2 3 .1 4
2 3 .5 3

$ 4 2 ,9 7 3 ,2 7 6
3 8 ,4 4 8 ,8 7 3
4 1 ,2 0 7 ,6 2 4
3 3 ,5 8 4 ,5 5 7
3 1 ,1 1 6 , 760

$ 2 3 1 ,1 1 7 ,3 2 8
2 4 2 ,2 8 0 ,631
2 4 5 ,1 9 0 ,8 4 9
2 0 1 ,3 3 1 ,3 5 0
1 9 3 ,0 5 5 ,791
T o ta l a m o u n t
o f re se r v e
h e ld .

Per cen t
to
d e p o s it s .

3 .2 0 $ 1 8 5 ,3 8 5 ,3 6 3 .4 2
3 .3 3 2 8 0 ,9 2 9 ,3 8 6 .5 8
2 9 2 ,1 5 6 ,2 5 5 .2 0
3 .2 1
3 .3 0 3 0 0 ,6 3 7 ,6 1 0 .7 0
3 .2 2
3 3 4 ,4 3 5 ,1 7 6 .6 9
3 .2 2
3 7 1 ,8 1 1 ,4 7 9 .9 1
4 .0 9 3 0 5 ,3 6 1 ,0 1 7 .0 8

9 .8 8
14.1 5
14.3 5
1 4 .5 8
15.91
1 6 .2 9
1 3 .2 9

$ 4 24,440, 871.26
5 2 6 ,5 5 7 ,3 9 1 .1 1
5 2 9 ,7 0 2 ,6 3 8 .5 3
5 5 2 ,5 7 5 ,2 3 1 .3 3
5 7 8 ,4 4 7,170. 48
6 2 5 ,3 0 3 ,3 4 8 .4 9
5 7 6 ,8 1 8 ,6 0 4 .0 6

22.63
26.52
26.02
26. 81
27.51
2 7.39
2 5.10

16.31
14.0 5
1 1 .9 3
1 2 .0 2
1 1 .5 9
9 .1 7
10.7 1
8 .8 6
8 .1 1

693,396
628,305
596,186
659,361
725, 457
683,264
749,974
689,263
663,952

27.84
25.15
23 .8 0
2 4 .8 0
2 4 .8 8
2 3 .4 7
2 4.48
22.84
22.45

4 .0 8
3 .9 7
4 .9 3
5 .6 5
6 .6 7
7 .9 3
7 .5 8
7 .7 3
8 .0 3
1 0 .3 3
1 0 .6 6
1 1 .0 4
10 .5 4
1 1 .1 4
1 0 .5 4
10. 84

'

4 0 6,357
3 5 0 ,9 4 8
298 ,8 9 2
3 1 9 ,6 4 7
3 3 7 ,8 8 7
2 6 6 ,8 5 3
3 28,074
2 6 7 ,2 5 0
239 ,8 9 0

0)

1 T h e a m e n d m e n t t o t h e F e d e r a l R e s e r v e A c t a p p r o v e d J u n e 21, 1917, r e q u ir e s m e m b e r b a n k s to h o ld r e s e r v e o n ly w i t h F e d e r a l r e se r v e b a n k s .




$ 7 ,971,286

A m ount due
fr o m a p p r o v e d
r e s e r v e a g e n ts .

P er cen t
to
d e p o s it s .

$ 5 9 ,9 9 1 ,8 9 1 .1 1
6 6 ,0 7 6 ,8 5 9 .1 4
6 5 ,3 9 4 ,2 8 2 .7 8
6 7 ,9 4 0 ,0 4 3 .2 3
67, 7 8 2 ,6 4 0 .4 7
7 3 ,4 5 9 ,0 2 2 .1 3
9 4 ,0 8 4 ,1 6 0 .5 6
[ I n th o u s a n d s o n ly .]
101,583
9 9 ,2 3 2
123,441
150,151
194, 654
2 30,951
232,191
2 3 3,306
237,292
291,425
296,206
316,504
3 1 3,890
326,114
297,277
323,681

$225 ,7 0 8 , 891
2 1 5 ,1 0 3 ,2 6 8
2 2 1 ,2 6 6 ,8 2 0
2 1 9 ,8 9 3 ,2 3 1
2 3 1 ,4 4 6 , 766

Per cent
to
d e p o s its .

213

D e c . 3 1 ,1 9 1 4 .....................
M ar. 4 ,1 9 1 5 ......................
M a y 1 ,1 9 1 5 .......................
J u n e 2 3 ,1 9 1 5 ...................
S e p t . 2 ,1 9 1 5 .....................
N o v . 1 0 ,1 9 1 5 ...................
D e c . 3 1 ,1 9 1 5 .....................

311
309
321
319
319

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

N um ber
of b an k s.

D a te.

a ble

N

o

.

214

T

47.— Lawful money and classification of reserve held by national banks as shown by reports for the past five years— Continued.
COUNTRY BA N K S.
C la ssific a tio n o f r e se r v e h e ld .

R e s e r v e h e ld .
R e se r v e
re q u ir ed .

N e t d e p o s its .

A m o u n t.
\

Jan, 1 3 ,1 9 1 4 ......................................................................................
Mar. 4 , 1914........................................................................................
June 30, 1914.....................................................................................
S e p t . 12, 1914....................................................................................
O c t. 3 1 ,1 9 1 4 ........................................... .•........................................

D a te .

D e c . 8 1 ,1 9 1 4 .
M ar. 4 ,1 9 1 5 ..
May 1 ,1 9 1 5 ..
J u n e 2 3 ,1 9 1 5 .
S e p t . 2 ,1 9 1 5 .
N o v . 1 0 ,1 9 1 5
D e c . 3 1 ,1 9 1 5 .

Mar. 7, 1 9 1 6 ...
May 1 , 1 9 1 6 . . .
June 30,1916..
S e p t . 1 2 ,1 9 1 6 .
N o v . 1 7 ,1 9 1 6 .
D e c . 2 7 ,1 9 1 6 ..
M ar. 5 , 1 9 1 7 . . .
M ay 1 ,1 9 1 7 ...
J u n e 2 0 ,1 9 1 7 ..
S e p t . 1 1 ,1 9 1 7 .
N o v . 2 0 ,1 9 1 7 .
D e c . 3 1 ,1 9 1 7 ..
M ar. 4 , 1 9 1 8 . . .
M a y 1 0 ,1 9 1 8 ..
J u n e 2 9 ,1 9 1 8 ..
A u g . 3 1 ,1 9 1 8 ..

N um ber
of b a n k s.

N e t am ou nt on
w h ic h r e se r v e is
c o m p u te d .

7 ,2 0 7 $ 3 ,0 9 1 ,9 9 1 ,9 5 4 .4 8
7 ,2 2 7 3 ,1 6 2 ,1 6 8 ,7 4 1 .7 6
3 ,1 3 0 ,2 9 9 ,5 5 9 .3 4
7 ,2 2 6
7 ,2 2 9
3 ,1 2 8 ,1 8 8 , 65 2 .7 0
7 .2 3 7 3 ,1 7 5 ,7 5 0 ,3 1 4 .8 2
7 ,2 4 8 3 ,3 4 6 ,7 9 6 ,0 7 1 .8 9
7 .2 3 8 3 ,4 0 5 ,4 4 0 ,4 9 2 .6 1
7 .219
7 ,2 1 2
7,2 1 4
7,225
7,221
7.2 2 0
7 ,216
7 ,223
7,229
7 ,257
7,2 7 7
7,2 4 9
7 ,239
7 ,256
7,273
7 ,2 9 3




3 ,5 3 3 ,0 2 0
3 ,5 8 0 ,2 3 8
3 ,6 0 0 ,3 4 5
3 ,8 8 3 ,4 4 3
4 ,2 0 9 ,1 5 7
4 ,2 6 6 ,3 5 4
4 ,3 9 0 ,9 0 6
4 ,3 5 3 ,0 4 6
4 ,3 0 2 ,6 4 5
4 ,3 6 5 ,4 7 2
4 ,6 2 1 ,2 8 5
4 ,6 4 3 ,2 1 5
4 ,5 4 6 ,0 0 6
4 ,3 4 4 ,2 5 2
4 ,2 5 0 ,2 0 3
4 ,3 9 1 ,2 8 1

R a t io t o
net
d e p o s it s .

L egal
te n d e r s .

S p e c ie .

D u e fro m
reserv e
a g en ts.

R ed em p ­
t io n fu n d
w it h U . S .
T r e a s.

P er cent.
7 ,1 3 0
7 ,1 3 3
7 ,1 5 5
7 ,1 7 0
7 ,2 0 3

$ 3 ,7 3 7 ,0 ,8 4 0 9 9
3 ,7 6 0 ,8 1 3 ,5 4 5
3 ,6 8 7 ,9 6 4 ,6 2 4
3 ,6 2 5 ,1 5 8 ,4 7 6
3 ,5 8 6 ,5 7 2 ,5 3 1

$560,698,626
564,122,031
553,194,693
543.773,771
5 3 7,910,879

A m o u n t of
la w fu l m o n e y
i n v a u lt .

P er cent
to
d e p o s it s .

$ 3 7 1 ,1 5 6 ,8 1 2 .0 2 $228,4 6 8 ,9 0 4 .1 2
3 7 9 ,5 7 0 ,2 5 5 .1 5 2 2 1 ,3 1 9 ,0 7 4 .6 6
3 7 5 ,7 4 7 ,4 2 7 .8 5 20 6 ,1 1 7 ,5 2 5 .3 4
3 7 5 ,4 9 8 ,0 7 0 .3 6 2 2 2 ,1 6 5 ,1 8 1 .4 5
3 8 1 ,2 2 2 ,9 0 3 .4 7 2 2 1 ,8 3 8 ,7 7 1 .9 5
4 0 1 ,7 4 7 ,3 5 5 .4 0 2 3 0 ,5 2 2 ,4 1 4 .0 6
4 0 8 ,7 9 3 ,9 4 6 .6 5 2 2 7 ,3 6 2 ,8 3 9 .8 0

7 .3 8
7 .0 0
6 .5 8
7 .1 0
6 .9 9
6 .8 9

234,394
234,344
233,856
252,433
244,861
259,507
248,935
254,635
252,771

6 .6 3
6 .5 5
6 .5 0
6 .5 0
5 .8 2
6 .0 8
5 .6 7
5 .8 5
5 .8 7

A m o u n t of
r e se r v e
r e q u ir e d .

424,096
429,763
432,181
466,164
505,250
512,129
527,082
522,456
516,437
305,879
323,80S
325,355
318,523
304,397
297,796
307,715

0

6.68

$6 2 9 ,8 3 7 ,3 0 7
6 0 5 ,5 5 8 ,7 2 6
6 0 0 ,1 8 7 ,3 7 0
5 9 5 ,1 2 3 ,0 0 7
5 7 6 ,4 8 4 ,9 3 3
A m ount due
fr o m F e d e r a l
reserv e b a n k s.

16.85
1 6 .1 0
16.27
16.4 2
16.0 8

$ 2 2 0 ,8 3 1 ,3 7 6
2 1 0 ,7 3 5 ,5 2 1
212, 061,785
2 1 8 .5 3 8 ,3 3 0
2 0 8 ,3 9 2 ,9 4 1

$ 6 3 ,2 0 7 ,0 6 1
5 7 ,5 7 8 ,5 7 8
5 6 ,2 0 8 ,7 6 9
5 1 ,3 0 8 ,2 9 4
4 5 ,3 9 2 ,2 2 8

P er cent
A m ount due
fr o m a p p r o v e d
to
d e p o s it s . r e s e r v e a g e n ts .

$ 6 7 ,9 0 7 ,9 6 4 .2 4
7 0 ,2 6 3 ,5 1 2 .8 8
7 0 ,6 0 1 ,6 4 7 .3 7
7 1 ,7 0 1 ,0 3 0 .4 7
7 2 ,8 2 9 ,9 1 3 .0 1
8 0 ,9 5 0 ,6 1 7 .9 7
1 0 7 ,8 5 1 ,4 2 8 .7 2
{In t h o u s a n d s o n ly .]
111, 899
115,521
149,404
164.697
220,450
233,645
246,770
252,464
249,049
324,844
349,576
354,207
342,834
336,367
327,016
333 ,4 9 8

Per cent
to
d e p o s it s .

$32 2 ,3 4 2 ,431
3 3 7 ,2 4 4 ,6 2 7
3 3 1 ,9 1 6 ,8 1 6
3 2 5 ,2 7 6 ,3 8 2
3 2 2 ,6 9 9 ,7 6 4
T o ta l a m o u n t
o f re se r v e
h e ld .

$ 2 3 ,456,438

P er cent
to
d e p o s its .

2 .2 0 $ 3 9 8 ,2 7 9 ,5 3 6 .7 9
2 .2 2 466, 2 2 7 ,5 0 7 .0 8
2 .2 6
4 5 6 ,3 8 5 ,2 1 6 .5 3
2 .2 9 4 3 7 ,2 5 7 ,3 8 4 .3 4
2 .2 9 4 7 6 ,9 4 4 ,3 4 1 .7 8
2 .4 2 5 2 4 ,0 1 8 ,1 3 7 .5 9
5 2 9 ,0 3 0 ,8 8 4 .5 5
3 .1 6

12.88
14.75
14.57
13.97
15.02
15.67
15.54

$ 6 9 4 ,6 5 6 ,4 0 5 .1 5
7 5 7 ,8 1 0 ,0 9 4 .6 2
7 3 3 ,1 0 4 ,3 8 3 .2 4
731,123, 596.26
7 7 1 ,6 1 3 ,0 2 6 .7 4
8 3 5 ,4 9 1 ,1 6 9 .6 2
8 6 4 ,2 4 5 ,1 5 3 .0 7

22.46
23.97
23.41
23.36
24.30
24.96
25.38

6 1 6,285
603,874
543,498
6 1 6,692
697,220
678,959
749,653
680,819
588,053

17.44
16.86
15 .1 0
15.88
16.56
15.91
17.07
15.64
13.67

962,578
953,739
926,758
1 ,0 3 3 ,8 2 2
1 ,1 6 2 ,5 3 1
1 ,172, 111
1 ,2 4 5 ,3 5 8
1 ,1 8 7 ,9 1 8
1 ,0 8 9 ,8 7 3

27.24
26.64
25.75
26.62
2 7.62
27.47
28 .3 6
27.29
25. 33

3 .1 7
3 .2 3
4 .1 5
4 .2 4
5 .2 4
5 .4 8
5 .6 2
5 .8 0
5 .7 9
7 .4 4
7 .5 6
7 .6 3
7 .5 4
7 .7 4
7 .7 0
7 .5 9

0

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

N um b er
of b ank s.

D a te.

SUM M ARY.
C la s sific a tio n o f r e se r v e h e ld .

R e s e r v e h e ld .
R eserve
r e q u ir e d .

N e t d e p o s its .

A m o u n t.

R a t io to
net
d e p o s it s .

S p e c ie .

L egal
te n d e r s .

D u e fro m
r e se r v e
a g en ts.

$7 8 0 ,4 9 0 ,2 0 9
7 9 2 ,6 9 4 ,0 9 5
7 9 1 ,5 8 4 ,5 6 6
7 4 6 ,1 9 8 ,9 1 7
7 5 3 ,2 5 2 ,7 6 4

$ 201,429,211
175,373,021
177,49 0 ,3 9 6
157,508,431
1 72,300,611

R ed em p ­
t io n fu n d
w it h U . S.
T re a s.

$553,459,759
579,5 2 5 ,259
577,10 7 ,666
5 2 6,607,733
515,75 5 ,516

P e r cent.
J a n . 1 3 ,1 9 1 4 ......................................................................................
M ar. 4, 1914.......................................................................................
J u n e 30, 1914.....................................................................................
S e p t. 12, 1914...................................................................................
O c t. 31, 1914.....................................................................................

N um b er
of b an k s.

D a te .

N e t a m o u n t on
w h ic h r e s e r v e is
co m p u ted .

D e c . 3 1 ,1 9 1 4 .....................
M ar. 4, 1915.......................
M a y 1, 1915.......................
J u n e 23, 1915....................
S e p t . 2, 1915.....................
N o v . 10, 1915 ...................
D e c . 31, 1915.....................

7 ,581 $ 6 ,6 6 8 ,3 2 5 ,4 3 5 .3 1
7 ,0 6 5 ,7 2 0 ,5 5 2 .4 4
7 ,599
7 ,1 9 7 ,9 7 0 ,6 6 1 .4 6
7,6 0 4
7,6 0 5
7 ,2 8 3 ,3 0 0 ,2 7 6 .8 4
7 ,5 2 2 ,9 7 7 ,7 7 1 .0 8
7,6 1 6
8 ,2 5 6 ,6 6 1 ,7 7 1 .2 7
7 ,617
7 ,6 0 7 8 ,3 6 5 ,8 1 4 ,4 4 8 .0 9

M ar. 7 ,1 9 1 6 .......................
M a y 1, 1916.......................
J u n e 30, 1916....................
S e p t. 1 2 ,1 9 1 6 ...................
N o v . 1 7 ,1 9 1 6 ...................
D e c . 2 7 ,1 9 1 6 .....................
M ar. 5 ,1 9 1 7 .......................
M a y 1 ,1 9 1 7 .......................
J u n e 20, 1917....................
S e p t. 1 1 ,1 9 1 7 ...................
N o v . 20 1917...................
D e e . 31 1917
M ar. 4,1918
.. .
M a y 10 1918

7,5 8 6
7 ,578
7,5 7 9
7,5 8 9
7 ,5 8 4
7 ,584
7,581
7,5 8 9
7,6 0 4
7,638
7 ,656
7,6 6 2
7 ,670
7,688
7,705
7 ,728

June 29 1918

A u g . 31, 1918____

8 ,7 8 2 ,5 0 5
8 ,7 8 1 ,5 0 5
8 ,7 0 1 ,5 1 2
9 ,2 0 2 ,3 2 1
9 ,9 7 6 ,9 8 0
9 ,9 2 9 ,0 3 9
1 0 ,489,217
1 0 ,283,474
10,084,198
10,0 8 2 ,7 7 9
1 0 ,348,806
10,55 6 ,5 4 5
1 0 ,462,409
1 0 ,310,417
10,127,916
1 0 ,4 5 6 ,6 5 9

7.493
7.493
7,525
7,538
7,571

$7,2 2 6 ,3 4 6 ,8 5 1
7 ,5 0 4 ,5 7 7 ,2 0 3
7 ,4 9 5 ,1 4 9 ,2 2 0
7 ,2 9 2 ,9 0 8 ,7 7 2
7 ,1 6 7 ,4 2 8 ,9 0 9

A m o u n t of
r e se r v e
r e q u ir e d .

$ 1 ,4 3 2 ,7 8 7 ,6 2 8
1 ,5 0 0 ,0 6 2 ,9 4 6
1 ,5 0 4 ,9 9 0 ,8 4 2
1 ,4 6 0 ,7 1 1 ,3 4 5
1 ,4 3 3 ,2 4 9 ,9 7 4

A m o u n t of
la w fu l m o n e y
i n v a u lt .

$9 5 8 ,6 2 2 ,9 5 9 .1 8 $ 6 6 3 ,2 2 8 ,0 8 7 .0 0
1 ,0 2 2 ,6 6 6 ,1 5 2 .0 6 7 1 8 ,9 4 3 ,5 1 1 .4 0
1 ,0 4 6 ,8 6 0 ,8 4 1 .2 3 7 3 5 ,2 4 8 ,9 6 4 .2 9
7 8 9 ,7 8 1 ,2 1 7 .9 9
1 ,0 6 1 ,6 0 8 ,5 7 6 .2 9
8 4 2 ,6 0 8 ,8 8 5 .6 2
1 ,1 0 0 ,6 4 1 ,9 3 9 .9 1
1 ,2 1 7 ,0 4 3 ,4 7 8 .7 6 8 4 6 ,7 7 5 ,2 2 8 .3 2
1 ,2 3 2 ,7 0 7 ,5 2 2 .4 4 8 0 7 ,8 7 9 ,5 7 8 .9 0
1,294,271
1 ,291,060
1,275,253
1,343,786
1,4 5 5 ,9 6 9
1,44 4 ,0 7 2
1 ,532,856
1,4 9 9 ,4 1 2
1 ,468,429
964,528
985,004
1 ,0 0 8 ,1 0 4
998,291
992,194
977,268
1 ,0 0 6 ,6 3 2

833,613
777,455
758,003
768,123
788,344
785,946
813,992
763,329
661,833
0)

$ 1 ,5 7 0 ,7 5 0 ,7 6 9
1 ,5 4 7 ,5 9 2 ,3 7 5
1 ,5 4 6 ,1 8 2 ,6 2 8
1 ,4 3 0 ,3 1 5 ,0 8 1
1 ,4 4 1 ,3 0 8 ,9 7 1

A m ount due
Per cen t
to
fr o m F e d e r a l
d e p o s it s . r e s e r v e b a n k s .

2 1 .7 4
2 0 .6 2
2 0 .6 3
19. 61
20.0 1

P er cent
A m ount due
P er cen t
to
fr o m a p p r o v e d
to
d e p o s it s . r e s e r v e a g e n t s . d e p o s it s .

9 .9 4 $ 2 6 1 ,4 5 9 ,7 7 5 .0 5
10.17 2 9 0 ,6 7 8 ,4 3 2 .1 5
10.21 2 9 0 ,4 1 2 ,6 9 0 .1 1
1 0 .8 4 3 1 2 ,6 5 7 ,6 4 7 .4 3
11.2 0 3 1 5 ,4 0 9 ,1 9 8 .7 9
10.26 3 6 6 ,1 8 5 ,3 2 3 .3 3
9 .6 6 4 0 3 ,9 8 5 ,2 1 3 .4 3
[I n th o u s a n d s o n ly .]
431,195
9 .5 0
8 .8 5
428,191
476,103
8 .7 1
8 .3 5
531,028
649,171
7 .9 0
7 .9 2
707,497
750,202
7 .7 6
7 .4 2
761,995
820,584
6 .5 6
1 ,0 4 8 ,4 2 5
1 ,0 8 0 ,0 7 5
1 ,1 1 4 ,0 8 1
1 ,0 7 4 ,2 1 1
1 ,1 0 6 ,8 6 2
1 ,1 3 1 ,6 7 4
1 ,1 1 3 ,6 6 7

3 .9 2 $ 5 8 3 ,6 6 4 ,9 0 0 .2 1
4 .1 1
7 4 7 ,1 5 6 ,8 9 3 .6 6
7 4 8 ,5 4 1 ,4 7 1 .7 3
4 .0 3
7 3 7 ,8 9 4 ,9 9 5 .0 4
4 .2 9
8 1 1 ,3 7 9 ,5 1 8 .4 7
4 .1 9
8 9 5 ,8 2 9 ,6 1 7 .5 0
4 .4 3
8 3 4 ,3 9 1 ,9 0 1 .6 3
4 .8 3
4 .9 1
4 .8 8
5 .4 7
5 .7 7
6 .5 1
7 .1 3
7 .1 5
7 .4 1
8 .1 4
1 0 .4 0
10.4 4
10.5 5
10.27
10. 74
11.17
10. 65

1 ,0 2 2 ,6 4 2
954,822
842,390
936,339
1 ,0 3 5 ,1 0 7
945,812
1 ,0 7 7 ,7 2 7
948,069
827,943
( x)

T o ta l a m o u n t
o fr e s e r v e
h e ld .

Per cen t
to
d e p o s it s .

8 .7 5 $ 1 ,5 5 9 ,7 1 9 ,4 2 4 .4 2
10.58
1 ,7 5 6 ,7 7 8 ,8 3 7 .2 1
1 0 .4 0
1 ,7 7 4 ,2 0 3 ,1 2 6 .1 3
10.1 3
1 ,8 4 0 ,3 3 3 ,8 6 0 .4 6
10.7 9
1 ,9 6 9 ,3 9 7 ,6 0 2 .8 8
10.85 2 ,1 0 8 ,7 9 0 ,1 6 9 .1 5
9 .9 7 2 ,0 4 6 ,2 5 6 ,6 9 3 .9 6

21.76
24.84
24. 66
25.28
26.14
25.54
24.66

11.64
10.87
9 .6 8
10.18
10.37
9 .5 2
10.27
9 .2 2
8 .2 1

26.05
24.60
23.86
23.86
24.78
24.57
25.18
24.05
22.91

2 ,28 7 ,4 5 0
2 ,1 6 0 ,4 6 8
2 ,076,496
2 ,235,490
2 ,4 7 2 ,6 2 2
2 ,439,255
2 ,641,921
2,473,393
2 ,3 1 0 ,3 6 0

215

1 T h e a m e n d m e n t to t h e F e d e r a l R e s e r v e A c t a p p r o v e d J u n e 21, 1917, re q u ir e s m e m b e r b a n k s t o h o ld re se r v e o n ly w it h F e d e r a l r e se r v e b a n k s .




$35,371,589

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

N um ber
of b a n k s.

D a te .

T able

No. 4 8 . —Reserve computation of the national banks at date of each report during
year ended Aug. 31, 1918.
N O V . 20, 1917.
[I n th o u s a n d s o f d o lla r s .] i

C itie s, S t a t e s , a n d T e r r ito r ie s .

N et
a m o u n ts
A m ount
N et
d u e fr o m
o f la w fu l
am ount
A m ount
banks
r e se r v e
o n w h ic h o f r e se r v e
w it h
n o t in ­
c lu d e d in r e se r v e is r e q u ir e d . F e d e r a l
r e se r v e c o m p u te d .
r e se r v e
b ank s.
c a lc u la ­
t i o n .1

P er cen t
A m oun t Per cent
to n et
d u e fr o m
to n et
am ount
F ederal
am ount
on
o n w h ic h
reserv e
w h ic h
banks
r e se r v e
r e se r v e
S e p t . 11, w a s c o m ­
is c o m ­
1917.
p u te d .
p u te d .

N e w Y o r k C i t y ....................................
C h ic a g o ............. 1 .....................................
S t . L o u i s ..................................................

1 4 ,919
'4 7 2

2 ,3 4 4 ,8 5 2
496,881
106,387

304,831
64 ,5 9 5
1 3 ,8 3 0

356,924
6 3 ,4 5 3
1 3 ,916

C e n tr a l r e se r v e c i t i e s ...........

15,391

2 ,9 4 8 ,1 2 0

383 ,2 5 6

434,293

B o s t o n .......................................................
A l b a n y ......................................................
B r o o k l y n .................................................

2 ,0 6 1

1,2 8 8
15
521
10,761
210
216

283,585
35, 631
2 3 ,7 2 8
386 ,0 7 2
2 7 7,886
7 6 ,5 5 0
5 6 ,8 6 7
5 1 ,9 1 7
8 ,0 9 3
3 6 ,4 8 0
2 ,8 9 8
13 ,6 6 8
37 ,9 0 3
4 1 ,2 1 9
24,761
3 ,4 5 2
4 8 ,5 3 5
1 9 ,453
9 ,2 4 6
32 ,5 1 2
13,897
1 8 ,447
7 0 ,273
104,235
31 ,0 1 4
37,554
6 7 ,142
53,489
78,320
61,620
1 1 ,4 9 2
1 5 ,414
2 ,5 1 7
17,141
114,495
15,855
1 1 ,375
6 3 ,564
6 ,4 3 4
4 ,9 4 6
13,888
5 2 ,985
8 ,6 8 6
10,242
24,897
33,302
38,413
18,585
8 ,1 4 9
37,674
6 2 ,498
175,221
6 ,6 1 1
1 8 ,5 7 0

2 8 ,3 5 9
3 ,5 6 3
2 ,3 7 3
38 ,6 0 7
2 7 ,7 8 9
7 ,6 5 5
5 ,6 8 7
5 ,1 9 2
809
3 ,6 4 8
290
1 ,3 6 7
3 ,7 9 0
4 ,1 2 2
2 ,4 7 6
345
4 ,8 5 4
1 ,9 4 5
925
3,251
1,3 9 0
1,8 4 5
7 ,0 2 7
10,423
3 ,101
3 ,7 5 5
6 ,7 1 4
5 ,3 4 9
7 ,8 3 2
6 ,1 6 2
1,1 4 9
1,541
252
1 ,7 1 4
1 1 ,4 5 0
1 ,5 8 5
1,1 3 8
6 ,3 5 6
643
495
1 ,3 8 9
5 ,2 9 8
869
1,0 2 4
2 ,4 9 0
3 ,3 3 0
3,841
1 ,859
815
3 ,7 6 7
6 ,2 5 0
1 7 ,5 2 2
661
1 ,8 5 7

28 ,7 2 7
3 ,7 1 5
2 ,1 8 8
4 3 ,1 1 8
2 9 ,96 0
1 0 ,656
5 ,6 2 2
5 ,3 6 6
930
3 ,8 1 3
766
1 ,4 9 0
3 ,7 1 6
3 ,9 6 5
2 ,2 0 8
367
5,0 5 1
2 ,2 3 8
987
3 ,5 0 8
1,295
2 ,0 1 5
7 ,9 6 0
1 0 ,254
2 ,9 1 6
3 ,6 3 5
7 ,5 7 3
5 ,5 5 8
8 ,4 5 9
6 ,3 1 8
1 ,4 6 8
1,641
247
1 ,6 5 6
1 0 ,0 0 0
1 ,5 1 5
898
6 ,7 5 8
545
557
1 ,6 0 0
5,721
1 ,0 3 6
936
2,5 8 3
3,447
4 ,5 4 0
1 ,9 2 0
825
4 ,6 7 7
7 ,2 3 7
19 ,8 0 3
725
1 ,4 9 7

1 0 .1 3
1 0 .4 3
9 .2 2
1 1 .1 7
1 0 .7 8
1 3 .9 2
9 .8 9
1 0 .3 4
1 1 .4 9
1 0 .4 5
2 6 .4 4
1 0 .9 0
9 .8 0
9 .6 2
8 .9 1
1 0 .6 3
10.4 1
1 1 .5 0
1 0 .6 8
1 0 .7 9
9 .3 1
1 0 .9 2
1 1 .3 3
9 .8 4
9 .4 0
9 .6 8
1 1 .2 8
1 0 .3 9
10 .8 2
1 0 .2 5
1 2 .7 7
1 0 .6 5
9 .8 1
9 .6 6
8 .7 3
9 .5 6
7 .8 9
1 0 .6 3
8 .4 7
1 1 .2 6
1 1 .5 2
1 0 .8 0
1 1 .9 4
9 .1 4
10 .3 7
1 0.35
1 1 .8 2
1 0 .3 3
1 0 .1 2
12.4 1
1 1 .5 8
1 1 .3 0
1 0 .9 7
8 .0 6

2 8 ,5 3 6
4 ,2 5 1
2 ,7 1 1
3 9 ,0 9 8
3 1 ,4 4 2
1 0 ,194
4 ,5 3 1
4 ,7 2 5
633
3 ,3 7 6
235
1 ,5 4 5
3 ,5 6 9
3 ,7 0 4
1 ,9 2 7
483
4 ,6 7 4
2 ,1 9 9
724
3 ,7 9 9
1 ,1 9 8
1 ,9 8 8
8 ,8 7 6
13 ,0 4 7
3 ,3 4 9
4 ,5 9 2
6 ,9 1 7
5 ,6 9 7
8,5 6 1
6 ,2 4 5
1 ,9 7 0
2 ,2 5 7
261
1 ,9 8 2
1 0 ,7 1 6
1 ,7 4 6
1,1 8 1
7 ,3 3 9
616
532
1 ,5 2 9
5 ,5 0 4
752
721
1 ,9 3 6
3 ,0 9 3
4 ,3 2 7
1 ,5 6 3
752
3 ,6 5 2
6 ,9 3 3
1 7 ,1 7 9
523
1 ,5 3 5

9 .5 7
1 0 .8 2
1 0 .5 4
1 0 .1 7
10.21
1 3 .3 7
9 .9 5
1 0 .6 6
1 0 .1 0
9 .9 9
9 .5 8
1 2 .1 8
1 1 .7 6
1 1 .3 0
9 .8 4
1 4 .8 9
11.3 1
1 2 .1 2
1 1 .0 2
1 0 .7 1
9 .6 0
1 0 .4 0
1 1 .1 9
1 0 .4 0
10 .3 1
1 0 .3 0
1 0 .1 3
1 0 .2 2
1 0 .2 7
1 0 .9 4
1 3 .2 8
1 0 .1 8
1 0 .4 0
1 0 .9 0
9 .0 3
9 .9 2
9 .8 4
1 0 .3 4
1 0 .3 0
1 0 .1 9
1 1 .4 0
1 0 .2 1
1 0 .6 8
1 0 .0 1
1 0 .7 1
9 .6 2
1 1 .6 4
9 .2 7
9 .9 7
1 0 .3 0
1 1 .0 7
9 .8 2
8 .3 6
9 .0 8

6 0 ,014

2 ,7 7 9 ,4 0 1

27 7 ,9 4 0

2 96,206

1 0 .6 6

2 9 1 ,4 2 5

1 0 .3 3

75,405

5 ,7 2 7 ,5 2 1 |

6 6 1,196

730,499

1 2 .7 5

723,581

1 2 .6 5

P i t t s b u r g h ..............................................
B a lt i m o r e ................................................
W a s h i n g t o n ...........................................
R i c h m o n d ...............................................
C h a r le s t o n ...............................................
A t l a n t a .....................................................
S a v a n n a h .................................................
B ir m in g h a m ..........................................
N e w O r le a n s ..........................................
D a l l a s .........................................................
F o r t W o r t h ............................................
G a l v e s t o n ................................................
H o u s t o n ...................................................
S a n A n t o n i o ..........................................
W a c o ..........................................................
L o u i s v i l l e .................................................
C h a t t a n o o g a ...........................................
N a s h v i l l e .................................................
C in c in n a t i................................................
C le v e la n d .................................................
C lo u m b u s ................................................
I n d ia n a p o lis ...........................................
D e t r o i t .......................................................
M ilw a u k e e ...............................................
M in n e a p o lis ............................................
S t. P a u l . . . . ...........................................
C ed ar R a p i d s ........................................
D e s M o in e s ..............................................
D u b u q u e .................................................
S io u x C i t y ...............................................
K a n s a s C it y , M o ............... .................
S t. J o s e p h ................................................
L in c o l n .....................................................
O m a h a .......................................................
K a n s a s C it y , K a n s ............................
T o p e k a ......................................................
W i c h i t a . ..................................................
D e n v e r .......................................................
P u e b l o .......................................................
M u s k o g e e .................................................
O k la h o m a C i t y ....... .............................
T u l s a ..........................................................
S e a t t l e .......................................................
S p o k a n e ....................................................
T a c o m a .....................................................
P o r t la n d ..................................................
A n g e le s ............................................
F r a n c is c o .......................................
O g d e n ........................................................
L a k e C i t y ......................................

Los
San
Salt

All o th e r r e se r v e c i t i e s —
All r e se r v e c i t i e s ....................

550
8 ,5 2 0
3 ,3 6 3
1 ,6 7 0
9,7 4 4
145
261
1 ,9 7 8
1 ,1 1 5
'2 5 7
2 ,0 7 3
308
18
1 ,2 7 9
367
443
432
852
1,441
1 ,9 0 9
19
1 ,9 0 7
260

11

535
1
192
31
1 ,0 8 6
94
3 ,3 5 2
724

1 5 .2 2
1 2 .7 6
1 3 .0 8

348 ,3 0 7
6 7 ,2 4 3
1 6 ,6 0 6

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

1 4 .7 3

4 3 2 ,1 5 6

1 4 .0 4

i T h is a m o u n t r e p r e s e n ts t h e n e t a m o u n t d u e fro m b a n k s a s s h o w n b y t h e r e p o r ts o f t h o s e b a n k s w h o s e
b a la n c e s d u e from b a n k s e x c e e d t h e b a la n c e s d u e t o b a n k s a n d m u s t b e d e d u c t e d fro m t h e a m o u n t i n t h e
s e c o n d c o lu m n i n o rd er t o p r o v e t h e a p p a r e n t a m o u n t o f li a b i lit i e s u p o n w h ic h r e s e r v e is r e q u ir e d .




T able

N o. 48.—Reserve computation of the national banks at date of each report during
year ended Aug. 31, 1918—Continued.
N O V . 2 0 ,1 9 1 7 — C o n t in u e d .
[In t h o u s a n d s of d o lla r s.]

C itie s, S t a t e s , a n d T e r r ito r ie s .

N et
Per ce n t
a m o u n ts
A m ount
A m o u n t Per ce n t
to n et
N et
d u e fro m
o f la w fu l
d u e fr o m
to n e t
am ount
am ount
A m ount
banks
r e se r v e
F ederal
am ount
on
o n w h i c h o f r e se r v e
w it h
n o t in ­
r e se r v e o n w h ic h
w h ic h
c lu d e d in r e se r v e i s r e q u ir e d . F e d e r a l
banks
r e se r v e
r e se r v e
r e se r v e c o m p u te d .
S e p t . 11, w a s c o m ­
r e se r v e
is c o m ­
b a n k s.
c a lc u la ­
1917.
p u te d .
p u te d .
t io n .

COUNTRY BANK S.

M a s s a c h u s e tts .......................................
R h o d e I s l a n d ........................................
C o n n e c t ic u t ............................................
N e w E n g la n d S t a t e s ...........

3 ,0 5 4
2 ,0 2 9
1,6 2 2
13; 431
1,8 9 3
16,032
38,061

4 3 ,8 3 5
2 7 ,666
19,211
163,596
3 4 ,4 1 2
113,471
402,191

3 ,0 6 8
1 ,9 3 6
1,3 4 5
1 1 ,4 5 2
2 ,4 0 9
7 ,9 4 3
28 ,1 5 3

2 ,9 4 8
2 ,2 8 2
1,454
12,118
2 ,4 9 7
8,431
29 ,7 3 0

6 .7 3
8 .2 5
7 .5 7
7 .4 1
7 .2 6
7 .4 3
7 .3 9

3 ,2 4 2
2 ,0 7 9
1,445
11,513
2 ,4 9 2
8 ,5 1 0
29,281

7 .0 2
7 .2 3
7 .5 7
7 .0 3
7 .1 5
7 .2 4
7 .1 3

P e n n s y lv a n ia ........................................
D e la w a r e ..................................................
M a r y la n d .................................................
D is t r ic t o f C o lu m b ia .........................
E a s t e r n S t a t e s ........................

3 7 ,8 9 8
2 5 ,6 8 3
63; 871
722
4 ,3 3 7
76
132,587

430,005
261,133
537,605
11,545
3 9 ,584
1 ,1 1 6
1 ,2 8 0 ,9 8 8

30,101
1 8 ,279
3 7 ,6 3 2
808
2 ,7 7 1
78
89 ,6 6 9

32,637
18,349
40 ,7 4 5
898
2 ,8 7 3
79
95,581

7 .5 9
7 .0 3
7 .5 8
7 .7 8
7 .2 6
7 .0 8
7 .4 6

31,401
18,707
3 9 ,666
842
2,9 1 1
78
93,605

7 .2 6
6 .8 2
7 .3 8
7 .6 3
7 .5 7
7 .2 3
7 .2 2

W e s t V ir g i n i a .......................................
N o r t h C a r o lin a ....................................
S o u th C a r o lin a .....................................
G e o r g ia .....................................................
F l o r id a ......................................................
A la b a m a ..................................................
M is s is s ip p i..............................................
L o u is ia n a ................................................
T e x a s .........................................................
A r k a n s a s .................................................
K e n t u c k y ................................................
T e n n e s s e e ...............................................
S o u th e r n S t a t e s .....................

9,3 1 6
10,437
8,952
6 ,5 4 8
8,327
3,967
7,940
3 ,2 2 8
5 ,0 9 5
34,799
4 ,7 8 8
7,897
7 ,306
118,600

6 ,7 8 5
5,4 2 0
4,2 6 1
2,6 7 7
3,1 5 0
3,0 8 3
3,1 8 6
1,8 6 0
2 ,6 4 0
17,093
2 ,9 3 2
4 ,0 6 5
3 ,9 8 0
61,132

7 ,6 7 4 '
6 ,1 8 8
4 ,5 8 5
3,037
3,566
3,5 2 5
3,632
2,0 0 7
3,402
19, 532
3 ,1 6 0
4 ,3 7 8
4,2 6 6
68,952

7 .9 2
7 .9 9
7 .5 3
7 .9 4
7 .9 2
8 .0 0
7 .9 8
7 .5 6
9 .0 2
8 .0 0
7 .5 4
7 .5 4
7. 50
7 .9 0

6 ,7 4 0
5,6 3 8
3,398
2,001
2 ,5 1 5
3,271
2,9 2 6
1,526
2,133
14,473
2,2 5 3
4,171
3,9 3 9
54,984

7 .4 3
7 .4 4
6 .8 7
7 .7 1
7 .8 4
7 .6 6
7 .5 6
7 .4 1
8 .3 2
7 .9 6
7 .6 7
7 .4 6
7 .5 1
7 .6 2

O h io ...........................................................
I n d i a n a .....................................................
I l l i n o i s .......................................................
M ic h ig a n .............................................
W is c o n s in ...............................................
M i n n e s o t a ...............................................
I o w a ...........................................................
M iss o u r i....................................................
M id d le S t a t e s ..........................

31 ,8 1 8
12,730
25,867
8,527
11,228
14,928
9,031
5,2 4 2
119,371

2 68,697
150,156
244,292
85,535
85,021
118,209
124,984
40,813
1 ,1 1 7 ,7 0 7

18,809
10,511
17,101
5 ,9 8 8
5,951
8,2 7 5
8,7 4 8
2 ,8 5 7
78,240

1 9 /9 5 U
11,079
18,158
6,137
6,421
8,684
8,99 2
3 ,1 0 4
82,515

7 .4 3
7 .3 8
7 .4 3
7 .1 7
7 .5 5
7 .3 5
7 .1 9
7 .6 1
7 .3 8

2 0 ,175
11,028
18,667
6,302
6 .2 0 0
8,151
9,8 6 2
2,8 4 7
83,232

7.3 7
7 .3 9
7 .4 6
7 .2 2
7 .3 6
7 .3 3
7 .5 2
7 .5 1
7 .4 0

N o r t h D a k o t a .......................................
S o u th D a k o t a .......................................
N e b r a s k a .................................................
K a n s a s ......................................................
M o n t a n a ...................................................
W y o m in g ................................................
C o lo r a d o ...................................................
N e w M e x ic o ...........................................
O k la h o m a ................................................
W e s t e r n S t a t e s .......................

3 0 ,304
5,9 0 4
7,192
15,025
15,036
5 ,0 0 0
14,537
3,9 5 7
27,050
124,005

72,004
51,990
66,795
96,108
6 4 ,824
30,173
65,106
2 2 ,7 1 5
132,559
602,274

5 ,0 4 0
3 ,6 3 9
4 ,6 7 6
6 ,7 2 8
4 ,5 3 8
2,1 1 2
4,5 5 7
1,590
9,279
42,159

3 ,5 2 5
3,9 4 4
5,374
7,20 4
4,6 7 7
2 ,2 8 0
5,233
1,863
9,7 9 3
43,893

4 .9 0
7 .5 9
8 .0 5
7 .5 0
7.2 1
7 .5 6
8 .0 4
8 .2 0
7 .3 9
7 .2 9

3,0 5 6
3,4 3 7
5,369
6,8 3 4
4,283
1,953
4,2 4 6
1,628
7,256
3 8 ,062

7 .4 2
7 .6 5
7 .9 7
7 .3 6
7 .5 5
7 .6 7
7 .5 5
7 .8 4
7 .6 9
7 .6 1

W a s h i n g t o n ...........................................
O r e g o n ......................................................
C a lifo r n ia .................................................
I d a h o ..........................................................
U t a h ...........................................................
N e v a d a .....................................................
A r iz o n a .....................................................
A la s k a (m e m b e r b a n k ) ...................
P a c ific S t a t e s ...........................

8 ,3 7 8
7,448
23,222
5 ,2 4 8
1,005
1,836
3 ,4 0 7
94
50 ,6 3 8

4 4 ,229
4 5 ,707
182,943
37,392
4 ,3 9 5
10,744
15,254
164
340,828

3,0 9 6
3 ,1 9 9
12,806
2 ,6 1 7
308
752
1,0 6 7
12
2 3 ,857

3 ,4 2 8
3,4 7 7
14,445
2,9 1 6
326
805
1,121
’ 13
26,531

7 .7 5
7 .6 1
7 .9 0
7 .7 9
7 .4 2
7 .4 9
7 .3 5
7 .9 3
7 .7 8

3 ,3 5 4
3,0 1 9
12,559
2 ,3 7 0
258
784
1,001
12
23,357

8 .3 4
7 .4 9
7 .3 6
7 .2 2
7 .5 8
8 .1 4
7 .2 8
7 .3 2
7.51

M e m b e r c o u n t r y b a n k s .. .

583,262

1 7 6 1 7 ,2 9 5

323,210

347,202

7 .5 2

322,521

7 .3 9

A l a s k a .......................................................
H a w a i i ......................................................
N o n m e m b e r b a n k s ..............

18
207
225

1,724
2 ,2 6 6
3 ,9 9 0

258
340
598

1 902
1 1,472
1 2,3 7 4

52. 32
6 4 .9 7
5 9 .5 0

i 1,137
l 1,186
i 2,323

62 .6 5
62.6 0
62. 6 i

M a in e .........................................................
N e w H a m p s h ir e ..................................

96,925“
77,426
6 0 ,868
38,241
45,006
44,043
45,509
2 6 ,564
37,712
244,189
41,891
58,071
56,862
873,307

T o t a l c o u n t r y b a n k s ............

583,487 | 4 ,6 2 1 ,2 8 5

323,808

349,576

7 .5 6

324,844

7 .4 4

T o t a l U n i t e d S t a t e s ............

658,892

985,004 1 ,0 8 0 ,0 7 5

1 0 .4 4

1 ,0 4 8 ,4 2 5

10. 40

1 0 ,3 4 8 ,8 0 6


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year ended Aug. SI, 1918—Continued.
D E C E M B E R 3 1 ,1 9 1 7 .
[I n t h o u s a n d s o f d o lla r s.J

C itie s, S t a t e s , a n d T e r r ito r ie s .

N e w Y o r k ................................................
S t . L o u i s ..................................................
C e n tr a l r e se r v e c i t ie s ...........
B o s t o n .......................................................
A lb a n y ......................................................
B r o o k ly n ..................................................
P h ila d e lp h ia ..........................................
P i t t s b u r g h ..............................................
B a lt i m o r e ................................................
W a s h in g t o n ...........................................
R ic h m o n d ...............................................
C h a r le s to n ...............................................
A t la n t a ......................................................
S a v a n n a h ................................................
B ir m in g h a m ..........................................
N e w O r le a n s .........................................
D a lla s ........................................................
F o r t W o r t h ............................................
G a lv e s t o n ................................................
H o u s t o n ...................................................
S a n A n t o n io ...........................................
W a c o ..........................................................
L o u is v ill e ................................................
C h a tta n o o g a ...........................................
N a s h v il le ..................................................
C in c in n a ti...............................................
C le v e la n d .................................................
C o lu m b u s ...............................................
I n d ia n a p o lis ...........................................
D e t r o i t ......................................................
M ilw a u k e e ............................................
M in n e a p o lis ...........................................
S t . P a u l ....................................................
C ed ar R a p i d s ........................................
D e s M o in e s .............................................
D u b u q u e . . .............................................
S io u x C it y ...............................................
K a n s a s C it y , M o .................................
S t . J o s e p h ................................................
L in c o ln .....................................................
O m a h a ......................................................
K a n s a s C it y , K a n s ............................
T o p e k a ......................................................
W ic h i t a ....................................................
D e n v e r ......................................................
P u e b lo .......................................................
M u s k o g e e .................................................
O k la h o m a C it y ....................................
T u ls a ..........................................................
S e a t t le .......................................................
S p o k a n e ....................................................
T a c o m a ..................................................
P o r t la n d ..................................................
L o s A n g e le s ...........................................
S a n F r a n c is c o .......................................
O g d e n ........................................................
S a lt L a k e C it y ......................................

N et
P er cen t
a m o u n ts
A m ount
A m ount
to n et
d u e fr o m
N et
o f la w fu l
d u e fr o m
am ount
A m ount
am ount
Federal
banks
r e se r v e
on
n o t in ­
w it h
o n w h ic h o f r e se r v e
r e se r v e
w h ic h
banks
c lu d e d i n r e s e r v e is r e q u ir e d . F e d e r a l
r e se r v e
N o v . 20,
r e se r v e
r e se r v e c o m p u te d .
is co m ­
1917.
c a lc u la ­
b ank s.
p u te d .
t io n .1

P er cen t
to n et
am ount
o n w h ic h
r e se r v e
w as com ­
p u te d .

$ 3 8 ,8 9 2 $ 2 ,4 1 0 ,8 3 9
50 7 ,8 1 9
1 ,4 5 9
1 2 8,553

$313 ,4 0 9
6 6 ,0 1 6
1 6 ,7 1 2

$358,796
6 9 ,0 4 6
15 ,5 2 8

1 4 .8 8
1 3 .6 0
1 2 .0 8

3 5 6 ,9 2 4
6 3 ,453
13 ,9 1 6

1 5 .2 2
1 2 .7 6
1 3 .0 8

3 ,0 4 7 ,2 1 1

3 9 6 ,1 3 7

4 4 3 ,3 7 0

1 4 .5 5

434 ,2 9 3

1 4 .7 3

3 2 ,9 1 6
4 ,0 7 3
(2)
4 3 ,501
35 ,0 3 2
1 4 ,020
6 ,8 1 4
5 ,5 1 8
1 ,0 0 9
4 ,0 5 6
622
1 ,6 3 3
4 ,2 6 5
5 ,5 1 3
2 ,7 2 7
423
5 ,3 3 6
2 ,2 7 5
1 ,02 4
3, 780
1 ,2 2 4
2 ,2 2 6
9 ,8 9 7
12,196
3 ,7 3 7
4,0 2 6
7 ,44 6
5 ,6 7 2
8 ,02 5
6 ,4 1 1
1 ,4 3 2
1,609
262
1,747
1 1 ,984
1,8 5 2
1,065
6 ,9 6 8
727
587
1,600
5 ,1 4 6
1,1 8 2
905
2 ,5 5 0
3 ,3 0 3
4, 384
1,7 9 8
826
4 ,0 9 2
6 ,5 3 6
18,574
629
1 ,3 4 9

1 1 .1 8
1 0 .8 4
(2)
1 1 .3 5
1 2 .1 8
1 6 .4 9
1 0 .7 6
1 0 .8 8
1 1 .1 4
9 .9 8
2 1 .4 8
1 0 .7 5
1 0 .0 5
1 0 .8 3
1 0 .1 8
1 1 .6 4
10.31
1 1 .3 3
1 0 .3 5
1 0 .0 3
8 .5 1
1 0 .1 4
1 3 .7 5
1 0 .5 0
1 1 .3 7
9 .9 5
1 0 .4 6
1 0 .1 9
1 0 .8 9
1 0 .1 6
1 1 .9 8
9 .8 5
9 .5 3
1 0 .2 2
9 .7 4
1 0 .8 4
9 .5 8
1 1 .2 2
1 0 .2 4
10 .5 7
1 1 .4 6
9 .6 1
1 3 .1 8
9 .1 6
12.01
10.29
10.31
10 .3 0
1 0 .3 9
11.25
9 .9 9
10.14
9 .3 4
7 .5 6

2 8 ,7 2 7
3 ,7 1 5
2 ,1 8 8
4 3 ,1 1 8
2 9 ,9 6 0
1 0 ,6 5 6
5 ,6 2 2
5 ,3 6 6
930
3 ,8 1 3
766
1 ,4 9 0
3 ,7 1 6
3 ,9 6 5
2 ,2 0 8
367
5 ,0 5 1
2 ,2 3 8
987
3 ,5 0 8
1 ,2 9 5
2 ,0 1 5
7 ,9 6 0
1 0 ,254
2 ,9 1 6
3 ,6 3 5
7 ,5 7 3
5 ,5 5 8
8 ,4 5 9
6 ,3 1 8
1 ,4 6 8
1,6 4 1
247
1 ,6 5 6
10.000
1,5 1 5
898
6 ,7 5 8
545
557
1,6 0 0
5,7 2 1
1 ,0 3 6
936
2 ,5 8 3
3 ,4 4 7
4 ,5 4 0
1,9 2 0
825
4 ,6 7 7
7 ,2 3 7
1 9 ,803
725
1 ,4 9 7

10.13
10.43
9 .2 2
11.1 7
10.78
1 3 .9 2
9 .8 9
1 0 .3 4
11.4 9
10.45
2 6 .4 4
1 0 .9 0
9 .8 0
9 .6 2
8 .9 2
1 0 .6 3
10.41
11.50
10.6 8
1 0 .7 9
9 .3 1
1 0 .9 2
11.33
9 .8 4
9 .4 0
9 .6 8
1 1 .2 8
10.3 9
10.8 2
1 0 .2 5
1 2 .7 7
1 0 .6 5
9 .8 1
9 .6 6
8 .7 3
9 .5 6
7 .8 9
1 0 .6 3
8 .4 7
1 1 .2 6
1 1 .5 2
1 0 .8 0
1 1 .9 4
9 .1 4
10.3 7
10.3 5
1 1 .8 2
10.3 3
1 0 .1 2
12.4 1
1 1 .5 8
1 1 .3 0
1 0 .9 7
8 .0 6

4 0 ,3 5 1
3 ,0 8 1
(2)
4 ,6 3 8
2 ,4 2 7
C 137
1 1 ,3 2 6
123
210
151
111
907
549
286
377
155
841
747
345
1 ,8 6 8
368
1 ,7 7 9
33
2 ,7 2 7
1 ,1 9 6
25

103
160
404

516
1 ,2 7 2
217
1 ,2 9 6
3 ,3 3 8
1 ,3 6 5
135
1,671
17,549
474
364

2 9 4 ,4 3 2
3 7 ,5 6 0
( 2)
383 ,2 5 8
287,565
85,033
6 3 ,3 2 8
5 0 ,711
9 ,0 6 0
4 0 ,627
2 ,8 9 6
1 5 ,1 9 6
4 2 ,444
50 ,9 0 4
2 6 ,7 8 4
3 ,6 3 4
51 ,7 7 3
2 0 ,071
9,8 9 1
3 7 ,6 9 4
14,385
2 1 ,9 5 3
7 1 ,955
116,203
32 ,8 7 3
40 ,4 7 6
71 171
5 5 ,6 7 7
73,703
63 ,0 8 9
11,950
16,341
2 ,7 5 0
17,099
123,181
17,084
11,122
62,124
7,0 9 7
5 ,5 5 5
13,959
5 3 ,561
8 ,9 6 5
9,8 8 1
2 1 ,2 2 8
32 ,0 9 2
42 ,5 1 9
17,451
8 ,2 5 2
3 6 ,3 6 7
6 5 ,444
183,165
6 ,7 3 8
1 7 ,848

2 9 ,4 4 3
3 ,7 5 6 '
(3)
3 8 ,3 2 6
28, 756
8 ,5 0 3
6 ,3 3 3
5 ,0 7 1
906
4 ,0 6 3
290
1 ,5 2 0
4 ,2 4 5
5 ,0 9 0
2 ,6 7 8
363
5 ,1 7 7
2 ,0 0 7
989
3 ,7 6 9
1,4 3 9
2 ,1 9 5
7 ,1 9 6
11,620
3 ,2 8 7
4 ,0 4 8
7 ,1 1 7
5 ,5 6 8
7 ,3 7 0
6 ,3 0 9
1,1 9 5
1 ,6 3 4
275
1,710
1 2 ,3 1 8
1,7 0 8
1 ,1 1 2
6 ,2 1 2
710
556
1 ,3 9 6
5 ,3 5 6
897
988
2 ,1 2 3
3 ,2 0 9
4 ,2 5 2
1 ,7 4 5
825
3 ,6 3 7
6 ,5 4 4
18,317
674
1,7 8 5

A ll o th e r r e se r v e c i t ie s ___

6 4 ,271

2 ,8 6 6 ,1 1 9

2 8 6,612

316,504

1 1 .0 4

2 9 6 ,2 0 6

1 0 .6 6

A ll r e se r v e c it ie s .....................

104,622

5 ,9 1 3 ,3 3 0

6 8 2,749

759,874

1 2 .8 5

730,499

1 2 .7 5

1 T h is a m o u n t r e p r e s e n ts t h e n e t a m o u n t d u e fr o m b a n k s a s s h o w n b y th e r e p o r ts o f th o s e b a n k s w h o s e
b a la n c e s d u e fro m b a n k s e x c e e d t h e b a la n c e s d u e t o b a n k s a n d m u s t b e d e d u c t e d fr o m t h e a m o u n t in t h e
S econ d c o lu m n in ord er t o p r o v e t h e a p p a r e n t a m o u n t o f lia b ilit ie s u p o n w h ic h r e se r v e is r e q u ir e d .
for 8 N o w in c lu d e d w it h N e w Y o r k C it y .
FRASER

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[In th o u s a n d s o f d o lla r s.]

C itie s, S t a t e s , a n d T e r r ito r ie s .

N et
a m o u n ts
A m ount
d u e fro m
N et
o f la w fu l
banks
am ount
A m ount
r e se r v e
n o t in ­
o n w h ic h o f r e se r v e
w it h
c lu d e d in r e se r v e is r e q u ir e d . F e d e r a l
re se r v e c o m p u te d .
r e se r v e
c a lc u la ­
b ank s.
t io n .

Per cen t
A m ou n t Per cen t
to n et
d u e fro m
to n et
am ount
F ederal
am ount
on
r e se r v e o n w h ic h
w h ic h
banks
r e se r v e
r e se r v e
N o v . 20, w a s c o m ­
is c o m ­
1917.
p u te d .
p u te d .

COUNTRY B A N K S.

M a in e .........................................................
N e w H a m p s h ir e ..................................
V e r m o n t ..................................................
M a s s a c h u s e tts .......................................
R h o d e I s l a n d ........................................
C o n n e c t ic u t ...........................................

3 ,3 2 8
1,671
1,499
10,205
3 ,2 4 5
19,394

N e w E n g la n d S t a t e s ...........

39, 342

N e w Y o r k .............................................
N e w J e r s e y .............................................
P e n n s y lv a n ia ........................................
D e la w a r e .. . .........................................
M a r y la n d .................................................
D is t r ic t o f C o lu m b ia .........................
E a s te r n S t a t e s .........................

3 1 ,1 8 8
33,479
74,689
1,125
5,0 2 1
0)
145,502

V ir g in ia ....................................................
W e s t V ir g in ia .......................................
N o r t h C a r o lin a .....................................
S o u t h C a r o lin a .....................................
G e o r g ia ......................................................
F lo r id a ......................................................
A la b a m a ..................................................
M is s is s ip p i..............................................
L o u is ia n a ... v.........................................
T e x a s .........................................................
A r k a n s a s .................................................
K e n t u c k y .............................................
T e n n e s s e e .................................... ..

8, 700
10,667
6 ,8 7 8
6,7 0 5
9 ,8 5 0
5 ,3 3 5
8 ,8 3 8
2,811
6 ,4 1 3
47 ,2 1 6
4 ,4 3 2
10,492
7 ,1 4 7

43 ,8 1 2
28 ,3 4 5
19,538
152,266
3 4 ,6 5 8
118,922

7 .2 4
7 .8 0
7 .8 4
7 .2 6
7 .2 5
6 .9 5

2 ,9 4 8
2 ,2 8 2
1,4 5 4
12,118
2 ,4 9 7
8,431

6 .7 3
8 .2 5
7 .5 7
7 .4 1
7 .2 6
7 .4 3

7 .2 3

2 9 ,7 3 0

7 .3 9

8 .2 4
7 .2 8
7 .3 3
7 .9 8
7 .2 4
0)
7 .6 2

3 2 ,6 3 7
1 8 ,3 4 9
4 0 ,745
898
2 ,8 7 3
79

7 .5 9
7 .0 3
7 .5 8
7 .7 8
7 .2 6
7 .0 8

9 5 ,581

7 .4 6

7 ,6 7 4
6 ,1 8 8
4 ,5 8 5
3 ,0 3 7
3 .5 6 6
3 ,5 2 5
3 ,6 3 2
2 .0 0 7
3 ,4 0 2
1 9 ,532
3 ,1 6 0
4 ,3 7 8
4 ,2 6 6

7 .9 2
7 .9 9
7 .5 3
7 .9 4
7 .9 2
8 .0 0
7 .9 8
7 .5 6
9 .0 2
8 .0 0
7 .5 4
7 .5 0
7 .5 4

3 ,0 6 7
1,984
1,3 6 8
10,659
2 ,4 2 6
8 ,3 2 4

3,1 7 1
2 ,2 1 2
1,531
11,052
2 ,5 1 1
8 ,2 6 7

397,541

2 7 ,8 2 8

2 8 ,7 4 4

“ 4 1 5,538
271, 623
542,280
11,531
39,967
0)
1 ,2 8 0 ,9 3 9

2 9 ,0 8 8
1 9 ,0 1 4
3 7 ,9 5 9
807
2 ,7 9 8
O)
8 9 ,6 6 6

3 4 ,250
19,797
3 9 ,7 4 7
920
2 ,8 9 5
0)
9 7 ,6 0 9

99, 762
79,467
6 2 ,789
4 1 ,475
49,393
49 ,2 5 6
5 0 ,460
27,750
4 3 ,848
2 5 4,747
4 4 ,7 6 6
6 4 ,744
5 9 ,140

6,9 8 3
5 ,5 6 3
4 ,3 9 5
2 ,9 0 3
3 ,4 5 8
3 ,4 4 8
3 .5 3 2
1,943
3 ,0 6 9
17,832
3 ,1 3 4
4 .5 3 2
4 ,1 4 0

7,505
6,0 8 3
4 ,6 9 1
3 ,1 6 6
3 ,6 9 7
3 ,6 8 0
3 ,8 5 1
2 ,0 8 5
3,3 7 1
20,385
3 ,5 0 4
4 ,6 9 4
4, 657

7 .5 3
7 .6 5
7 .4 7
7 .6 3
7 .4 8
7 .4 7
7 .6 3
7 .5 1
7 .6 9
8 .0 0
7 .8 3
7 .2 5
7 .8 7

S o u th e r n S t a t e s .....................

135,484

9 2 7,597

6 4 ,9 3 2

71,369

7 .6 9

6 8 ,9 5 2

7 .9 0

O hi© ............................................................
I n d i a n a .....................................................
I lli n o i s .......................................................
M ic h ig a n ..................................................
W is c o n s in ...............................................
M in n e s o ta ...............................................
I o w a ...........................................................
M i s s o u r i.................................................

4 1 ,4 9 3
14,854
2 9 ,833
9 ,6 6 1
11, 546
15,049
12,320
7,141

2 7 8 .111
150,179
24 2 ,8 8 8
88,707
84,923
115,563
129.112
4 2 ,863

197468“
10,512
1 7 ,002
6 ,2 1 0
5 ,9 4 5
8 ,0 8 9
9 ,0 3 8
3 ,0 0 0

20,8.82
11,499
18,152
6,2 5 0
6 ,3 1 7
8