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SEVENTY-FOURTH ANNUAL REPORT
OF THE-:

Comptroller of the Currency
COVERING THE YEAR ENDED
OCTOBER 31, 1936

J. 1". T. O'CONNOR
Comptroller of the Currency

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Document No. iJ0^5
CowplroUcr of the Currency

CONTENTS
Page

Submission of the report
.
1
Activities of the Bureau:
No national-bank failures
.
1
National-bank deposits establish new high record
1
Increase in earnings of national banks
2
National-bank suspensions, actual failures, for which receivers were
appointed, years ended October 31, 1912 to 1936
2
National-bank receiverships terminated
2
Remaining active national-bank receiverships and number of receivers.
2
Cost of liquidation of national-bank receiverships
2
Preferred stock retired and amount still outstanding
2
Publication of volume entitled "Federal Laws Affecting National
Banks as of January 1, 1936"
2
Publication of volume V of the Digest of Decisions Relating to National Banks
2
Retirement system for national-bank examiners, etc
2
Chart showing actual failures of national banks for which receivers
were appointed 1912-36
3
Chart showing national-bank receiverships closed 1912-36
4
Charters issued to new banks and number of such admitted to deposit
insurance
*.
__
5
Unsecured liabilities released to depositors in banks unlicensed at close
of banking holiday
5
Chart showing results of liquidation of insolvent national banks for
which liquidation was completed during the period from March 16,
1933, to October 31, 1936
5
Reconstruction Finance Corporation loans to receivers to pay dividends
to depositors in closed national banks
5
Retirement of national-bank note circulation
5, 6
Federal Reserve notes issued
6
Important changes in personnel of the Bureau
6
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation:
Failures of insured banks since establishment of corporation
^
6
Assessments paid by all insured banks
!
_
6
Assessments paid by national banks
6
Percentage of deposits insured in national banks_.
6
Assessments paid by, and insurance coverage of, 10 largest national
banks
.
6
Insurance coverage of national banks by size of banks, May 13, 1936_
6, 7
Number and percent of insured accounts, all insuredbanks, May 13,1936_
7
Amount and percent of insured deposits May 13, 1936, and October 1,
1934
7
Present banking situation
7, 8
Legal department
8,9
Suggestions fd;r legislation
9
National banks in the trust
field:
i
Statement relative to
10, 11
Fiduciary activities of, during year ended June 30, 1936, segregated
according to capital
12, 13
Fiduciary activities of, during year ended June 30, 1936, segregated
according to population of places in which banks were located
14-16
Fiduciary activities of, by Federal Reserve districts, June 30, 1936-_
17
Classification of investments in living and court trust accounts under
administration by the active national bank trust departments, on
June 30, 1936, segregated according to capital of banks and population of places in which banks were located
18
in




IV

CONTENTS

National banks in the trust
field—Continued.
Page
Classification of investments in living and court trust accounts under
administration by the active national bank branches with trust
departments, on June 30, 1936, segregated according to population
of places in which branches were located
19
Fiduciary activities of national-bank branches with trust departments
during year ended June 30, 1936, segregated according to population
of places in which branches were located
20, 21
National-bank failures:
Statement relative to
22-26
Real-estate auction sales incident to
25
Receiverships, year ended October 31, 1936
26,27
Receiverships, 1865-1936
27-29
Active receiverships as of October 31, 1936
29, 30
Receiverships terminated, year ended October 31, 1936
•
30, 31
Receiverships terminated, 1865-1936
31-33
Total liquidation operations, year ended October 31, 1936
33
Summary showing progress and results of liquidation of all national
banks placed in charge of receivers from 1865 to October 31, 1936_ 34, 35
Capital, date of appointment of receiver, and percent of dividends paid
by insolvent national banks, etc., the affairs of which were closed or
restored to solvency during year ended October 31, 1936
36-41
Unlicensed national banks:
Summary relative to administration of banks which were unlicensed
March 16, 1933
42-44
Organization and liquidation of national banks, year ended October 31,
1936, and since establishment of system
45-47
Branches of national banks:
Statement relative to
47
Number and kind of branches on February 25, 1927, and number and
manner of acquisition of additional branches, by years to close of
October 31, 1936
I__
48
Number and kind of branches authorized and closed during year
ended October 31, 1936
48
Number and manner of acquisition of domestic branches during year
ended October 31, 1936, by States
49
Number and class of domestic branches closed during year ended
October 31, 1936, by States
50
National-bank circulation:
Statement relative to
50
Statement of capital stock of national banks, national-bank notes,
and Federal Reserve bank notes (old series) outstanding, etc., July
1, 1936
51
Redemption of national and Federal Reserve bank circulation, year ended
June 30, 1936
52
Condition of national banks at date of each call during year ended October 31, 1936
.
52-54
Principal items of assets and liabilities of national banks, June 30, 1936,
by States
55, 56
National-bank liabilities on account of bills payable and rediscounts at
date of each call during year ended October 31, 1936
57
Loans and discounts of national banks:
Classification of, June 30, 1934, June 29, 1935, and June 30, 1936
58
Classification of, by Reserve cities and States, June 30, 1936
59-62
Comparative statement of, as of June 30, 1934, June 29, 1935, and June
30, 1936, in central Reserve and other Reserve cities, all Reserve
cities and elsewhere
63
Comparative changes in demand and time deposits, loans and discounts,
United States Government and other bonds and securities owned, and
the amount of reserve of national banks with Federal Reserve banks
since June 30, 1932
63
United States Government securities and securities guaranteed by United
States as to interest and principal, reported by national banks:
Classification of, by Reserve cities and States, June 30, 1936
64-67
Investments of national banks:
Comparison of, June 30, 1934, June 29, 1935, and June 30, 1936
68
United States Government, domestic and foreign bonds, securities, etc.,
held by national banks:
Classification of, by Reserve cities and States, June 30, 1936
69-73




VI

CONTENTS

Banks in the District of Columbia—Continued.
Page
Credit unions in the District of Columbia, list of
138, 139
Export-import banks in:
Statement relative to
139
Assets and liabilities of export-import bank, June 30, 1936
140
Assets and liabilities of, date of each call from November i, 1935,
to June 30, 1936
140
Savings, building and loan associations in the United States:
Number, membership, total assets, and mortgage loans of, by States,
December 31, 1935
140-142
Number, membership, total assets, and mortgage loans of, on or
about December 31, 1914 to 1935
143
Failures of building and loan associations, 1920 to 1935
143
Money in the United States:
Stock of, years ended June 30, 1914 to 1936
144
Imports and exports of merchandise, gold and silver, calendar years
1914tol935, and from January 1 to September 30, 1936
144, 145
Governmental corporations and credit agencies of the United States, consolidated statement of assets and liabilities of, September 30, 1936
146, 147
Reconstruction Finance Corporation:
Statement of condition of, June 30,1936
148-152
Loans made by, to aid in the reorganization or liquidation of closed
banks and trust companies from February 2,1932, to June 30, 1936,
by States
153, 154
Farm Credit Administration:
Consolidated statement of condition of, September 30, 1936
155, 156
Federal land banks, consolidated statement of condition of, June 30,
1936
156, 157
Federal Farm Mortgage Corporation, statement of condition of, June
30, 1936
157, 158
Federal intermediate credit banks, consolidated statement of condition of, June 30, 1936
158
Joint-stock land banks, statement relative to, as of June 30, 1936__ 158, 159
Federal Home Loan Bank System:
Consolidated statement of assets and liabilities of, September 30,
1936
159, 160
Home Owners' Loan Corporation, summary of operations of, from
date of organization to close of business September 30, 1936
160, 161
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation:
Statement of assets and liabilities of, June 30, 1936
162, 163
Condition of insured banks, by classes, June 30, 1936
163, 164
Insurance coverage by size of bank, insured commercial banks, May
13, 1936
164
Insurance coverage by type of deposit, insured commercial banks,
May 13, 1936
164
Number and deposits of insured and noninsured commercial banks
in the United States and possessions, May 13, 1936
165
Census of banks, calendar year 1935:
Unit and branch banks, geographically
166
Distribution of unit and branch banks, by classes of banks
166
Concentration of banks, bank employees, and pay rolls, geographically _
166
Number of banks, number of employees, and total pay roll, by classes
of banks
166
Establishments, employment, and pay roll for banks, by geographic
divisions and States
167, 168
Establishments, employment, and pay roll for unit banks, by geographic divisions and States
169, 170
Establishments, employment, and pay roll for branch banks, by geographic divisions and States
171, 172
Pacific National Agricultural Credit Corporation, statement of assets and
liabilities of, June 30, 1936
173
United States Postal Savings System:
Statistics relative to activities of, years ended June 30,1935 and 1936_ 173-177
School-saving^ banking:
Statistics relative to, in each State, in school years 1934-35 and 193536, and summary each school year since 1919-20
178, 179
Expenses of the Currency Bureau:
Summary of, in the fiscal year ended June 30, 1936
179




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V

Earnings and dividends of national banks:
Page
Comparison of, years ended June 30, 1932 to 1936
73-75
Abstract of reports of:
By Reserve cities and States, year ended June 30, 1936
76-87
By Federal Reserve districts, year ended June 30, 1936
88-90
By size of banks according to deposits, year ended December 31,
"1935
.
91-93
National-bank investments in United States Government and other bonds
and securities, etc., loans and discounts, and losses charged off on account
of bonds and securities owned and loans and discounts, years ended June
30, 1918 to 1936
94
Number of national banks, capital, surplus, net addition to profits, dividends, and percentage ratios, years ended June 30, 1914 to 1936
95
National banks classified according to capital stock, December 31, 1935:
Number, loans and discounts, investments, cash and exchange, total
assets, capital, surplus and undivided profits, and total deposits of__
96
Federal Reserve banks:
Assets and liabilities of the 12 Federal Reserve banks combined, as
of the last weekly statement date in October 1934-1936
96
Principal assets and liabilities of the 12 Federal Reserve banks combined, on the last weekly statement date in each month, from
January 1934 to October 1936
97
New York Clearing House:
Statement relative to transactions of, year ended September 30, 1936_
97
Clearing house associations in the 12 Federal Reserve bank cities and
elsewhere:
Statement relative to transactions of, year ended September 30, 1936_
98
All active banks, June 30, 1936:
Summary of reports of condition of, by classes of banks
99-101
Assets and liabilities of, by States
'
102-111
Assets and liabilities of, June 30, 1932 to 1936
112
Principal items of assets and liabilities of, in the continental United
States, as compared with similar data for member banks of the
Federal Reserve System
113
Per-capita demand and time and savings deposits, by States
113, 114
Savings deposits and depositors, according to classes of banks, by
States
115-118
National banks, assets and liabilities of, June 30, 1932 to 1936
119
Banks other than national:
Statement relative to
_
120
List of officials of State banking departments and number of each class
of banks under their supervision in June 1936
121, 122
Assets and liabilities of, June 30, 1932 to 1936
123
State (commercial), assets and liabilities of, June 30, 1932 to 1936
124
Mutual savings:
Assets and liabilities of, June 30, 1932 to 1936
125
Number of savings depositors, amount of savings deposits, and
average deposit account, by States, June 29» 1935, and June
30, 1936
126
Number of savings depositors, amount of savings deposits, and
average amount due each depositor, June 30, 1914 to 1936
127
Private:
Assets and liabilities of, June 30, 1932 to 1936
127, 128
Statement relative to
.
128
Banks in the District of Columbia:
Assets and liabilities of, by classes, June 30, 1936
129-131
Assets and liabilities of all banks in, June 30, 1932 to 1936
131, 132
Assets and liabilities of national banks in, June 30, 1932 to 1936
132
Assets and liabilities of loan and trust companies in, June 30, 1932 to
1936
133
Assets and liabilities of savings and State banks in, June 30,1932 to 1936_
134
Earnings and dividends of, other than national, 6-month periods
ended December 31, 1935, and June 30, 1936, and comparison of,
in years ended June 30, 1935 and 1936
135, 136
Building and loan associations in the District of Columbia:
Statement relative to
137
Number of, loans, installments on shares, and total assets, June
30, 1914 to 1936
137




APPENDIX
TABLES
Page

No. 1. Comptrollers and Deputy Comptrollers of the Currency
183
No. 2. Names and compensation of officers and clerks in the Office of
the Comptroller of the Currency, October 31, 1936
183-185
No. 3. Number of national banks organized since February 25, 1863,
number passed out of the system, and number in existence
October 31, 1936
185
No. 4. National banks reported in liquidation from November 1, 1935, to
October 31, 1936, the names where known, of succeeding banks
in cases of succession, with date of liquidation and capital.- 185-187
No. 5. Capital stock, surplus, undivided profits, and total assets of
banks consolidated under act of November 7, 1918, as amended
February 25, 1927, and June 16, 1933, in the year ended October
31, 1936, as shown by their last reports prior to consolidation.. 188
No. 6. National banks consolidated under act of November 7, 1918, as
amended June 16, 1933, capital, surplus, undivided profits, and
total assets, year ended October 31, 1936
189
No. 7. State banks and national banks, consolidated under act of
February 25, 1927, as amended June 16, 1933, their consolidated
capital, surplus, undivided profits, and total assets, year ended
October 31, 1936
190
No. 8. Number and capital of State banks converted into national banking
associations in each State and Territory from 1863 to October 31,
1936
I
191
No. 9. Conversions of State banks and primary organizations as national
banks from March 14, 1900, to October 31, 1936
191
No. 10. Number of national banks increasing their capital, together with
the amount of increase monthly for years ended October 31,
since 1931
192
No. 11. Number and authorized capital of national banks chartered and the
number and capital stock of banks closed in each year ended
October 31, since 1913, with the yearly increase or decrease
193
No. 12. Total number of national banks organized, consolidated under act
of November 7, 1918, as amended June 16, 1933, insolvent, in
voluntary liquidation, and in existence on October 31, 1936.. 193, 194
No. 13. Changes of corporate title of national banks, year ended October
31, 1936
1
194
No. 14. Changes of corporate title incident to consolidations of national
banks and of State banks with national banks, year ended
October 31, 1936
195
No. 15. National banks chartered during the year ended October 31, 1936_ 195
No. 16. National banks for which increase of capital has been authorized
under act March 9, 1933, as amended, by the issuance of preferred stock which was purchased by the Reconstruction Finance
Corporation, unless otherwise noted, together with the amount
of increase, and the rate of dividend, etc., during the year
ended October 31, 1936
196, 197
No. 17. National banks chartered which are conversions of State banks
during the year ended October 31, 1936
197
No. 18. National banks by States and geographical divisions, organized,
failed, and reported in voluntary liquidation during the year
ended October 31, 1936
198, 199
No. 19. Number and classification of national banks chartered monthly
during the year ended October 31, 1936
200
No. 20. Principal items of assets and liabilities of national banks, classified according to capital stock, December 31, 1935
200-208
No. 21. National bank notes redeemed and outstanding, by denominations
and amounts, on October 31, each year, 1932-36
209
No. 22. National bank notes received monthly by Comptroller of Currency from Currency Redemption Division for redemption on
retirement account, during year ended October 31, 1936
210
No. 23. Vault account of currency, Currency Bureau, year ended October
31, 1936
___.
210
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CONTENTS
Page

No. 24. Vault account of currency received and destroyed during year
ended October 31, 1936
210
No. 25. Amount of currency received for redemption, by months, from
July 1, 1935, to June 30, 1936, and counted into the cash of
the Currency Redemption Division
210
No. 26. Amount of currency received by the Currency Redemption Division for redemption in the year ended June 30, 1936, from principal cities
210
No. 27. Cost of redemption of national bank notes during the year ended
June 30, 1936
211
No. 28. Classification of Federal Reserve currency redemptions, the
amount redeemed, number of notes, cost of redemption per 1,000
notes, and amount assessed upon Federal Reserve banks, year
ended June 30, 1936
211
No. 29. Taxes assessed on national bank circulation, years ended June 30,
1864-1936; cost of redemption, 1874-1936; and assessments
for cost of plates, etc., 1883-1935
212
No. 30. Federal Reserve notes outstanding according to weekly statements
(amount issued by Federal Reserve agents to Federal Reserve
banks less notes redeemed), and collateral security therefor,
from November 6, 1935, to October 28, 1936
213
No. 31. Federal Reserve notes, segregated by series, printed, shipped, and
canceled, issued to banks, retired, and destroyed since organization of the banks, with the balance in vaults and amount outstanding October 31, 1938
214-216
No. 32. Aggregate amount of Federal Reserve bank notes, old series,
printed, issued, canceled, and redeemed by denominations,
since the inauguration of the Federal Reserve System, and
amount outstanding October 31, 1936
216
No. 32-A. Aggregate amount of Federal Reserve bank notes, series 1929,
printed, shipped, and on hand; issued, retired, and outstanding;
received for destruction by denominations, during period
November 1, 1935, to October 31, 1936, under the terms of
section 18, Federal Reserve Act, as amended March 9, 1933
217
No. 33. National banks in charge of receivers during year ended October
31, 1936, dates of organization and appointment of receivers,
capital at date of organization and at date of failure, dividends
paid while solvent, lawful money deposited with Treasurer of
the United States to redeem circulation to October 31, 1936,
circulation outstanding, borrowed money, and total deposits at
date of failure
218-254
No. 33-A. District of Columbia State chartered banks and banks incorporated under the laws of the District of Columbia, under the
supervision of the Comptroller of the Currency, in charge of
receivers during the yesiT ended October 31, 1936, dates of
organization and appointment of receivers, capital at date of
organization and at date of failure, dividends paid while solvent,
borrowed money and total deposits at date of failure
255
No. 34. National banks in charge of receivers during year ended October 31,
1936, dates of appointment of receivers and final closing, with
nominal amounts of total assets at date of failure and additional
assets acquired subsequent thereto, capital stock and stock
assessments, amounts collected from all sources, including
offsets allowed and earnings, together with the disposition of
such collections, and various other data indicating the progress
or results of liquidation to October 31, 1936
256-411
No. 34-A. District of Columbia State chartered banks and banks incorporated under the laws of the District of Columbia, under the
supervision of the Comptroller of the Currency, in charge of
receivers during year ended October 31, 1936, dates of appointment of receivers and final closing, with nominal amounts of
total assets at date of failure and additional assets acquired
subsequent thereto, capital stock and stock assessments,
amounts collected from all sources, including offsets allowed
and earnings, together with the disposition of such collections,
and various other data indicating the progress or results of
liquidation to October 31, 1936
412-415




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IX
Page

No. 35. National banks restored to solvency after having been placed in
charge of receivers since establishment of system
416-418
No. 36. National banks restored to solvency which subsequently became
insolvent, since establishment of system
418
No. 37. Dividends paid to creditors of insolvent national banks under the
supervision of the Comptroller of the Currency, including distribution by conservators as reported by receivers, during year
ended September 30, 1936
_.
419-444
No. 38. National banks placed in charge of receivers, the affairs of which
have been closed, by years, from April 14, 1865, to October 31,
1936, with amounts of total nominal assets, capital stock, circulation outstanding, and total deposits at date of failure, together
with various data indicating the results of liquidation, for those
receiverships closed through liquidation
445-449
No. 39. National banks placed in charge of receivers, the affairs of which
have been closed, by States, from April 14, 1865, to October 31,
1936, with amounts of total nominal assets, capital stock, circulation outstanding, and total deposits at date of failure, together with various data indicating the results of liquidation,
for those receiverships closed through liquidation
450-453
No. 40. Dates of reports of condition of national banks from 1914-36
454
No. 41. Condition of foreign branches of National City Bank and Chase
National Bank, of New York, N. Y.y First National Bank of
Boston, Mass., and Bank of America National Trust & Savings
Association, San Francisco, Calif., on June 30, 1936
455-460
No. 42. Abstract of reports of condition of national banks in the central Reserve cities of New York and Chicago, in other Reserve cities,
and elsewhere, at close of business June 30, 1936
461, 462
No. 43. Abstract of reports of condition of national banks in central Reserve
and other Reserve cities and country banks June 30, 1936___ 462, 463
No. 44. Cash, balances with other banks, and cash items in process of collection reported by national banks, June 30, 1936
464-467
No. 45. Demand deposits of national banks, June 30, 1936
468-471
No. 46. Time deposits of national banks, June 30, 1936
472-475
No. 47. Bills payable and rediscounts of national banks, June 30, 1936_ 476, 477
No. 48. Reserve computation of national banks, June 30, 1936
478-481
No. 49. Total assets and liabilities of national banks from June 1932 to
June 1936..
482-487
No. 50. Abstract of reports of condition of national banks, according to
Reserve cities and States, at date of each call during year ended
October 31, 1936
489-603
No. 51. Abstract of reports of condition of national banks in each Federal
Reserve district, June 30, 1936
604, 605
No. 52. Abstract of reports of earnings and dividends of national banks for
the period of 6 months ended December 31, 1,935, by Reserve
cities and States
606-616
No. 53. Abstract of reports of earnings and dividends of national banks,
by Federal Reserve districts, for the period of 6 months ended
December 31, 1935
617-619
No. 54. Abstract of reports of earnings and dividends of national banks for
the period of 6 months ended June 30, 1936, by Reserve cities
and States
620-631
No. 55. Abstract of reports of earnings and dividends of national banks,
by Federal Reserve districts, for the period of 6 months ended
June 30, 1936
632-634
No. 56. Abstract of reports of earnings and dividends of national banks,
by size of banks, for the year ended December 31, 1935, by
geographical sections
« 635-647
No. 57. Abstract of reports of earnings and dividends of nonmember
national banks, by size of banks, for the year ended December
31, 1935
648,649
No. 58. Abstract of reports of earnings and dividends of national banks, by
size of banks, for the year ended December 31, 1935, summary
covering the entire country
650-652
No. 59. Abstract of reports of earnings and dividends of national banks, by
size of banks, for the year ended December 31, 1935, by Federal
Reserve districts
.
__...__
653-677




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CONTENTS
Page

No. 60. Abstract of reports of condition of savings and State banks in the
District of Columbia at date of each call during year ended October 31, 1936
.
678
No. 61. Abstract of reports of condition of loan and trust companies in the
District of Columbia at date of each call during year ended October 31, 1936
_> 679
No. 62. Principal items of assets and liabilities of each savings and State
bank in the District of Columbia, June 30, 1936
680
No. 63. Principal items of assets and liabilities of each loan and trust
company in the District of Columbia, June 30, 1936
681
No. 64. Principal items of assets and liabilities of savings and State banks
in the District of Columbia on or about June 30, each year,
1914-36
682
No. 65. Principal items of assets and liabilities of loan and trust companies
in the District of Columbia on or about June 30, each year,
1914-36
.
682
No. 66. Individual statements of assets and liabilities of the 28 building
and loan associations in the District of Columbia on or about
June 30, 1936
_
683, 684
No. 67. Summary of assets and liabilities December 31, 1935, and receipts
and disbursements in the 6 months ended December 31, 1935,
of the 28 building and loan associations in the District of
Columbia
685
No. 68. Summary of assets and liabilities June 30, 1936, and receipts and
disbursements in the 6 months ended June 30, 1936, of the 28
building and loan associations in the District of Columbia
686
No. 69. Individual statements of assets and liabilities of the 25 credit
unions in the District of Columbia, June 30, 1936
687
No. 70. Summary of assets and liabilities December 31, 1935, and receipts
and disbursements in the 6 months ended December 31, 1935,
of the 25 credit unions in the District of Columbia
688
No. 71. Summary of assets and liabilities June 30,1936, and receipts and
disbursements in the 6 months ended June 30, 1936, of the 25
credit unions in the District of Columbia
688
No. 72. Abstract of assets and liabilities of active State (commercial)
banks, June 30,1936
689-697
No. 73. Abstract of assets and liabilities of active mutual savings banks,
June 30, 1936
698-702
No. 74. Abstract of assets and liabilities of active private banks, June 30,
1936
703-706
No. 75. Abstract of assets and liabilities of active State (commercial),
mutual savings and private banks, June 30, 1936
707-717
No. 76. Abstract of assets and liabilities of active national banks, June 30,
1936
718-725
No. 77. Abstract of assets and liabilities of all active State and private
banks on or about June 30, each year, 1914-36
726
No. 78. Abstract of assets and liabilities of all active national banks on or
about June 30, each year, 1914-36
727
No. 79. Abstract of assets and liabilities of all active banks on or about
June 30, each year, 1914-36
728
No. 80. Statement of the transactions of the New York Clearing House
for 83 years, and separately for each year, 1914-36, the
number of banks, aggregate capital, clearings, balances, average
of daily clearings and balances, and the percentage of balances to
clearings
729
No. 81. Exchanges, balances, percentages of balances to exchanges, and
percentages of funds used in settlement of balances by the
New York Clearing House in each year from 1914-36
"
729
No. 82. Exchanges of the reporting clearing houses of the United States
for each year ended September 30, 1914-36
730
No. 83. Comparative statement of the exchanges of the clearing houses of
the United States for the years ended September 30, 1936
and 1935
730-733
No. 84. Comparative statement of transactions of clearing house associations in the 12 Federal Reserve bank cities and in other cities
with transactions of $1,000,000,000 and over in years ended
September 30, 1936 and 1935
.
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XI
Page

No. 85. Bank suspensions, by States, March 16 to June 30, 1933
735
No. 86. Bank suspensions, by States, in the 6 months ended December
31, 1933
736
No. 87. Bank suspensions, by States, in the 6 months ended June 30, 1934_
737
No. 88. Bank suspensions, by States, in the year ended June 30, 1934__ 738, 739
No. 89. Bank suspensions, by States, in the 6 months ended December 31,
1934
740
No. 90. Bank suspensions, by States, in the 6 months ended June 30, 1935_
741
No. 91. Bank suspensions, by States, in the year ended June 30, 1935
742
No. 92. Bank suspensions, by States, in the 6 months ended December 31,
1935
743
No. 93. Bank suspensions, by States, in the 6 months ended June 30, 1936.. 744
No. 94. Bank suspensions, by States, in the year ended June 30, 1936
745
No. 95. Bank suspensions, 1864 to 1936__
746
Table N. Statements of assets and liabilities of the individual national
banks at close of business December 31, 1936, arranged alphabetically by States, Territories, and towns. (Omitted from
this report and published as a separate table.)




REPORT
OF THE

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

Washington, D. C, January 5y 1937.
SIR: According to section 333, of the Revised Statutes as amended,
the Comptroller of the Currency is required to make an annual
report to Congress, which report shall contain: First, a summary of
the state and condition of every association from which reports have
been received during the preceding year, with an abstract of their
total banking capital, total debts and liabilities, total means and
resources, the amount of lawful money held by them, and the amount
of circulating notes outstanding; second, a statement of the associations whose business has been closed during the year, with the amount
of their circulation redeemed and the amount outstanding; third,
any amendment to the laws relative to banking by which the system
may be improved, and the security of the holders of its notes and
other creditors may be increased; fourth, such information as is
obtainable regarding the resources and liabilities and condition of
banks, banking companies, and savings banks organized under the
laws of the several States and Territories; fifth, the names and compensation of the clerks employed by the Comptroller, and the whole
amount of the expenses of the banking department during the year.
Therefore, pursuant to this statute, I have the honor to submit the
seventy-fourth report made to Congress by the Comptroller of the
Currency since the organization of this Bureau.
ACTIVITIES OF THE BUREAU

The following summary sets forth some of the more important
activities of the Bureau of the Comptroller of the Currency, and
events relating thereto, during the year ended October 31, 1936.
1. No national bank failed in the United States. This establishes
a 55-year record in the history of the national banking system. The
last national bank to fail was the Commercial National Bank of
Bradford, Pa., which closed on September 30, 1935.
2. Four calls for condition were made on national banks. Each of
the last three calls successively established a new high record in
national bank deposits. The figures for deposits as of the four call
dates are as follows:
Number of
banks
Nov. 1, 1935
Dec 31, 1935
Mar. 4, 1936
June 30, 1936




5,409
5,392
5,381
5,374

Deposits
$84,033, 236, 000
24,847, 733, 000
24,859,455,000
26,200, 453, 000

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Attention should be called to the fact that there are 2,895 less national
banks in operation than there were in 1922, when the largest number
was in existence.
3. As of June 30, 1936, deposits in the 15,803 active banks of all
classes in the country amounted to $58,339,815,000, an increase of
$6,753,692,000 over the preceding year.
4. The consolidated returns of all national banks for the year
ended June 30, 1936, showed net additions to profits of $241,971,000,
an increase of 239 percent over the preceding year.
National-bank suspensions:', actual failures, for which receivers were appointed
Years ended Oct. 31—

1912.
1913
1914.
1915
1916 _ , 1917
1918...
1919
1920..
1921
1922
1923
1924
1925
1

Number
of banks
8
5
21
12
13
7
2
1
6
38
32
51
127
95

Deposits

$3,665,576
5,995,997
7,516,182
8, 203, 765
1,997, 020
4, 327,166
1, 543,397
283, 684
3,154,793
13, 084, 637
8,982, 862
17, 358, 274
48,816,366
39,836, 690

Year ended Oct . 3 1 —

1926 .
1927
1928
1929
1930 .
1931
1932.
.
1933 1
1934
1935
1936.

Number
of banks

Deposits

91
111
52
71
S8
357
322
396
1
4

.

$30, 616, 232
46,113, 688
19, 798, 224
46, 448, 301
49,707,145
361,976, 551
250, 494, 710
255 049 262
41,950
5 398 802

1,911

1, 230, 411, 274

. .

Total .

Revised figures.

5. Receiverships numbering 215 were terminated. Total disbursements, to depositors and other creditors of these institutions, including
offsets allowed, amount to $64,016,705, or 77.49 percent of the total
liabilities established.
6. The termination of national bank receiverships has enabled the
Bureau to combine several receiverships under 1 receiver, and there
are now 1,212 national banks in receivership in charge of 526 receivers.
7. The percentage of cost of liquidation to total collections from all
sources has risen from 7.67 percent for the year ended October 31,
1935 to 10.27 percent for the current annual report year. With no
new receiverships added, and only the less desirable assets remaining
in the trusts, it is expected that the average cost of liquidation will
continue to rise.
8. Preferred stock in the aggregate par value of $183,001,627 was
retired, in full or in part, by 807 national banks. On October 31, 1936,
the aggregate par value of preferred stock outstanding in 2,025
national banks was $352,072,786.
9. The Bureau issued a volume entitled "Federal Laws Affecting
National Banks as of January 1, 1936", in which all such statutes
passed up to that date are segregated from the various laws to make
these important provisions readily available to the banking world.
The Bureau also published volume V of the "Digest of Decisions
Relating to National Banks." This is considerably larger than former
volumes and contains cross-indexes and an elaborate topical index.
The demand for the book was so great that a third printing was
necessary.
10. The retirement system for national bank examiners, assistant
examiners, and clerks, authorized by Congress at its last session, was




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NATIONAL BANK SUSPENSIONS
NUMBER OF BANKS

ACTUAL FAILURES. YEARS ENDED OCTOBER 31. 1912-1936.
FOR WHICH RECEIVERS WERE APPOINTED

NUMBER OF BANKS

450

450

400

400

350

350

300

300

250

250

200

200

150

150

100

100

50

50

-j-^Tjfl
I

6

38 32 51 127 95 91 1 1 52 71 88 357 322 396 I
1

4

0
.BANKS

Dates of receivers' appointments and dates of suspensions of banks are not necessarily the same.
Banks are not considered a * actual failures where the depositors were paid in full and the banks
t
.Jaced in voluntary liquidation and it later became necessary to appoint receivers to collect stock
assessments or for other purposes.
suspensions occu
i ions xoccured ^before or during the banking holiday, while only three
s
ing the bankli
,
remainder of the
receivers were appointed to complete the
banks which suspe
J before or dui
ring the banking holiday and which later w
til payments t depositors.
t to
reorganized with partial
The number of suspensions In 1033. previously reported as 438, has been reduced to 300 due to
subsequent reorganizations of 42 banks.
In the 5 banks which were suspended during 1034 and 1935, all deposit accounts up to $5,000 were
insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.




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a d d l t l o n

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

INSOLVENT NATIONAL BANKS
RECEIVERSHIPS CLOSED
1912-1936

mmttgR Of BANKS

220 I

200

180

160

140

120

100

80

60

40

•••••••—••II
Nu

g^CR |2

8

10
10

15 16 13 14
15 16 13 14




6
6

4
4

7
7

13
13

9
9

19 17 31 46 76 105 87 99 122 78 92 163 215
19 17

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placed in effect on June 1, 1936, and 711 individuals are sharing its
benefits.
11. Charters were issued by this Bureau for 6 new national banks,
and 63 new banks other than national were chartered by the various
States. Before October 31, 1936, 2 of these 63 newly chartered banks
were admitted to Federal Reserve membership; 36 were admitted to
insurance as banks not members of the Federal Reserve; 1 was placed
in liquidation; and 24 are in operation and not insured.
12. At the close of the banking holiday in March 1933, 1,417
national banks (including 10 State banks in the District of Columbia)
were not licensed to reopen. Their unsecured liabilities were $1,922,698,738. There has been made available to depositors and creditors
of these institutions $1,520,662,159, representing 79.09 percent of the
total unsecured liabilities.
LIQUIDATION DATA

474
INSOLVENT NATIONAL BANKS
LIQUIDATED AND FINALLY CLOSED
MARCH 16.1933. TO OCTOBER 311936

DISPOSITION OF TOTAL LIABILITIES

DISPOSITION OF TOTAL COLLECTIONS

13. From time to time, various sums have been borrowed from the
Reconstruction Finance Corporation for the purpose of paying dividends to depositors in closed national banks, pledging with the
Reconstruction Finance Corporation assets of the trusts. The greatest
amount due the Reconstruction Finance Corporation on such loans
at any onetime was $143,662,107 on December 31, 1934. The total
interest paid on these loans through October 31, 1936, amounts to
$10,024,539. Up to this date, the corporation has had no losses to
charge off on such loans. Reconstruction Finance Corporation loans
have been taken over from receivership institutions by 33 going banks,
and the balance due these going banks is $28,300,753.
14. In accordance with the order issued by Hon. Henry Morgenthau, Jr., Secretary of the Treasury, on March 11, 1935, calling for
redemption United States Panama Canal and Consol bonds which had
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the circulating privilege, and due to the expiration of the circulating
privilege on certain other United States bpnds, national bank notes
amounting to $535,418,115 have been retired. There is at present
outstanding $328,659,920 in such notes.
15. At the request of the Board of Governors of the Federal
Reserve System, this Bureau issued $2,115,345,000 in Federal Reserve
notes during the year.
16. Only two important changes have been made in the personnel
of the Comptroller's Office. Floyd G. Await resigned as First Deputy
Comptroller of the Currency on February 15, 1936, to join a Washington law firm. William Prentiss, Jr., of California, was appointed
as his successor and his appointment was approved by the Secretary
of the Treasury. L. L. Madland resigned as chief national bank
examiner of the Twelfth Federal Reserve District on September 1,
1936, to accept an important position with one of the larger banking
institutions on the coast, and he was succeeded by Frank W. Shanley.
FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION

From the establishment of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation up to October 31, 1936, 71 member banks of the fund have failed
with total deposit liabilities at date of closing of $19,400,000. One of
these banks, with deposits of $85,000, was subsequently reorganized
and reopened as an insured bank. The remaining 70 banks were
placed in receivership. Five of these were national banks. Depositors
in the 70 banks numbered 84,700. All depositors were paid their
insured deposits immediately upon the presentation and proof of their
claims. Up to October 31, 1936, the Corporation has recovered
approximately $2,900,000 in dividends from these banks to apply
on its liability. All payments made by the Corporation on deposit
liabilities and for its operating expenses have been paid out of earnings.
The total assessments paid by all insured banks to the Federal
Deposit Insurance Corporation amount to $47,035,025. Of this sum
the national banks paid $25,778,356. It is interesting to note that
the 10 largest national banks paid $8,916,421, or 34.59 percent of the
total paid by the 5,351 national banks. The percentage of deposits
insured in national banks varies from 1.2 percent of the total deposits
up to above 90 percent. In the 10 largest national banks, 22.6 percent
of the total deposits are insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance
Corporation. The following table gives the percentage of insured
deposits in each of these banks:
Name of bank:

Percentage of
insured to
total deposits

The First National Bank of the City of New York
The Philadelphia National Bank
The Chase National Bank of the City of New York
Continental Illinois National Bank and Trust Co. of Chicago
The National City Bank of New York
The First National Bank of Boston
The First National Bank of Chicago
National Bank of Detroit
Bank of America National Trust and Savings Association, San Francisco
Security-First National Bank of Los Angeles
__

1. 2
6. 2
9. C
16. 2
17. 4
23. 4
26. C
29. I
50. £
55. 2

As of May 13, 1936, 5,367 national banks were insured by the
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation with total deposits of $25,-




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394,075,000, of which $10,626,017,000, or 41 percent, was insured.
The following table gives the percentage of insurance based on the
size of the banks:
7

insurance coverage of national banks, May 13, 1986, by size of bank
Number
of b a n k s

Amount of deposits (in
thousands of dollars)
Total

B a n k s w i t h deposits of—
$100,000 a n d u n d e r
$100,000 t o $250,000
$250,000 t o $500,000
$500,000 t o $1,000,000....
$1,000,000 t o $2,000,000..
$2,000,000 t o $5,000,000..
$5,000,000 t o $50,000,000
Over $50,000,000

56
531
1,114
1,310
1,058
779
458
61

4,262
98,816
410, 255
938,894
1. 490, 393
2, 378, 634
5,874, 951
14,197,870

Insured

3,988
88, 275
351, 423
763, 755
1,163, 653
1, 693, 814
2, 897,823
3, 663, 286

Percent
of deposits
insured

93
89
85
81
78
71
49
25

The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation reports that on
May 13, 1936, insured commercial banks reported a total of 57
million accounts, of which 56 million, or 98.4 percent, were accounts
with balances not exceeding $5,000, the maximum insurance for each
depositor. Deposits in these banks amounted to $45,000,000,000, of
which $19,500,000,000, or 43 percent, were insured. On October 1,
1934, total deposits of 14,060 insured commercial banks amounted
to $36,000,000,000, of which $15,600,000,000, or 43.5 percent, were
insured.
PRESENT BANKING SITUATION
The periodic reports of condition received in response to calls
made on all national banks, under the provisions of section 5211 of
the Revised Statutes, continue to show an improvement in the
banking situation of the country. The last such call in the current
annual report year was on June 30, 1936. A comparison of the
returns made for that date with the returns for June 29, 1935, which
were published in the Comptroller's last annual report, shows
increases in the loans and investments, cash in vault and balances
with other banks, total assets, total deposits, and total capital
account. The loans and investments on June 30, 1936, aggregated
$20,245,967,000, an increase during the year of $2,160,864,000, or
11.95 percent; the total of cash and exchange, comprising cash in
vault, balances with other banks, and reserve with Federal Reserve
banks, amounted to $8,381,426,000, an increase of $1,513,205,000, or
22.03 percent; and the total assets of $29,702,839,000 were greater
by $3,641,774,000, or 13.97 percent. The book value of the capital
stock on eJune 30, 1936, was $1,691,375,000, a decrease of $118,128,000
due to the retirement of preferred stock and a reduction in the number of active banks. However, surplus, profits, and reserves totaling
$1,474,353,000 showed increases in the year in the aggregate of
$197,438,000, or 15.46 percent. The deposits were $26,200,453,000,
the greatest in the history of the national banking system, exceeding by $3,682,207,000, or 16.35 percent, the total reported for June
1935. Borrowed money, represented by bills payable and rediscounts, was reduced $1,771,000, or from $4,643,000 to $2,872,000.
The number of active banks decreased in the year from 5,431 to 5,374.




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In the 3-year period from June 30, 1933, the first call following the
banking holiday, when there were 4,902 licensed national banks, to
June 30, 1936, the loans and investments rose 30.69 percent; cash and
exchange 103.48 percent; and the total assets 42.39 percent. The
book value of capital stock during that period increased 11.59 percent;
the total of surplus, profits, and reserves 9.95 percent; and deposits
56.20 percent.
A material improvement in the condition of all classes of banks in
the country is disclosed by a comparison of the returns for all active
banks, State and national, covering the 3-year period from June 30,
1933, to June 30, 1936. Loans and investments of $48,698,692,000,
reported for 15,803 banks on the latter date, exceeded by
$8,380,211,000, or 20.79 percent, the amount reported for 14,624
licensed banks operating on an unrestricted basis 3 years ago. Cash,
balances due from banks, and reserve with reserve agents, increased
$7,357,596,000, or 94.76 percent; and the total assets increased
$15,896,673,000, or 30.99 percent. Capital stock, including capital
notes and debentures, on June 30, 1936, amounted to $3,421,226,000,
an increase of $521,685,000, or 17.99 percent, in the 3 years, and
surplus, profits, and reserves totaling $4,549,867,000 increased
$64,120,000, or 1.43 percent. The total deposits on June 30, 1936,
were $58,339,815,000, showing an increase of $16,806,345,000, or
40.46 percent, in the 3-year period. Borrowed money of $46,231,000
was reduced 90.83 percent.
A comparison of returns for all classes of banks in the country on
June 30, 1936, with those for June 30, 1935, shows the loans and investments to have increased 9.10 percent; cash and exchange, 21.98
percent; and total assets, 11.27 percent. Although the capital stock,
capital notes, and debentures show a reduction of 5.11 percent, the
total of surplus, profits, and reserves was increased 7.55 percent. The
deposits of all banks on June 30, 1936, were $6,753,692,000, or 13.09
percent, greater than reported in 1935. Bills payable and rediscounts
decreased 24.63 percent.
The earnings figures for all classes of banks in the country are not
obtained by the Comptroller. However, the earnings reports submitted by national banks show that after providing for losses and expenses, but before dividends, there was added to the undivided profit
accounts $241,971,000 in the year ended June 30, 1936, which is the
largest addition made to the profits since the fiscal year 1930. Net
addition to profits in the current year exceeded by $170,599,000, or
239 percent, the amount reported for 1935, and represented 14.25
percent of the total of common and preferred stock outstanding on
June 30, 1936. Dividends paid in 1936 on common and preferred
stock amounted to $125,679,000, or 7.40 percent. These dividends,
which included $10,345,000 payable in stock, were the largest in
amount and percent paid in any of the last four fiscal years.
LEGAL DEPARTMENT
The work of the Legal Department of the Office of the Comptroller
of the Currency may be divided broadly into two classes:
(1) Advice, rules, and decisions upon matters relating to: (a) Going
national banks, including the interpretation and construction of existing laws and consideration of prospective banking legislation, (b) issuance of preferred stock in going national banks and the scope and ex-




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tent of rights, liabilities, and duties incident thereto, (c) reorganization
of national banks, including the drafting of plans of reorganization
and papers in connection therewith, (d) liquidation of insolvent national banks in receivership.
(2) Supervision over, and, where advisable, actual participation
in, litigation incident to the foregoing fields of activity.
Since the abnormal increase in March 1933 in the number of closed
banks under the jurisdiction of the Comptroller of the Currency,
there has been an ever-increasing necessity for supervision of legal
matters in the receiverships, and particularly the necessity for careful
supervision of novel questions of law arising through litigation. The
time which has elapsed since the inception of the major portion of
these novel questions has been sufficient to cause many of them to be
now on hearing in the appellate courts and courts of last resort.
This office participated in and advised concerning many cases in
Circuit Courts of Appeals. For the period of this report, 68 of these
cases may be found in published reports, 41 containing decrees favorable to the receiver and 27 adverse to the receiver.
During the past year (October term, 1935, to October term, 1936) 26
cases involving receivership banks under the supervision of the Comptroller of the Currency were before the Supreme Court of the United
States for consideration, either on writs of certiorari or for argument on
the merits. Of these, 16 were disposed of in favor of the receiver and
4 cases were pending before the court at the close of the October 1935
term, in 3 of which the court has since handed down opinions favorable
to the receiver.
In addition to supervising litigation and advising upon legal questions arising from the receiverships and submitted by the receivers,
the Legal Department has upon its own initiative directly handled
and negotiated many compromises and settlements of cases which
would otherwise require large expenditures and consume much time
of the receiverships and this office. Through negotiations initiated
and carried through by attorneys in the Comptroller's office, some of
the major recoveries for the benefit of depositors since the last annual
report of the Comptroller have reached a total amount in excess of 14
million dollars. The matters have been effected directly by the
Legal Department of this office.
The Legal Department passes upon and actively supervises every
case involving insolvent national banks carried (by either side) to the
various courts of appeal throughout the United States, and where
necessary participates with the local attorneys in the arguments.
No appeal is taken by a receiver to the Circuit Court of Appeals
unless the case has first been considered and authorized by the Legal
Department.
SUGGESTIONS FOR LEGISLATION
In view of the very satisfactory condition of the banks of the Nation
and the constructive legislation which has been passed during the past
few years, no recommendations are made for additional bank legislation of a general character. With respect to financial institutions
within the District of Columbia, which are under the supervision of
this office, two recommendations to the Seventy-fourth Congress are
renewed, one for a thoroughgoing revision of the code for building and
loan associations, the other for assessing against each credit union
the costs of examining it.




NATIONAL BANKS IN THE TRUST FIELD

National banks continued to show steady and substantial progress in
the development of trust activities, as reflected by statistics compiled
for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1936. One thousand nine hundred
and twenty-three national banks on that date had authority to exercise trust powers, with a combined capital of $1,399,538,802 and banking assets of $25,856,833,525, which represented 35.78 percent of the
number, 82.41 percent of the par value of capital, and 87.05 percent
of the assets of all banks in the national banking system.
Of the number authorized to exercise trust powers under the provisions of section 11 (k) of the Federal Reserve Act, 1,573 banks had
active trust departments and were administering 132,842 individual
trusts with assets aggregating $9,564,651,286, and in addition were
administering 16,997 corporate trusts and acting as trustees for outstanding note and bond issues amounting to $11,167,569,142. Compared with 1935 these figures represent a net increase of 3,327 or 2.27
percent in the number of trusts being administered; an increase of
$313,359,339 or 3.39 percent in the volume of individual trust assets
under administration; an increase of 196 or 1.17 percent in the number
of corporate trusts and a decrease of $437,575,884 or 3.77 percent in
the volume of note and bond issues outstanding under which national
banks had been named to act as trustees.
Segregation of the number of fiduciary accounts in national banks
reveal that 70,194, or 46.85 percent, were those created under private
or living trust agreements; 62,648, or 41.81 percent, were trusts being
administered under the jurisdiction of the courts, and the remaining
16,997, or 11.34 percent, were trusteeships under corporate bond or
note-issue indentures. Private trust assets comprised $7,741,956,366
or 80.94 percent of the total assets under administration, while the
remaining $1,822,694,920, or 19.06 percent, belonged/to court trusts.
An analysis of the $8,094,291,248 of invested trust funds belonging
to the private and court trusts under administration revealed that
51.01 percent were in bonds; 30.09 percent in stocks; 7.48 percent in
real-estate mortgages; 7.22 percent in real estate; and 4.20 percent
consisted of miscellaneous assets.
The substantial development of trust activities in national banks
is further emphasized by comparing the record in 1936 with that of
1926 which reflects an increase during the decade of 123,786, or 475.13
percent, in the number of trusts being administered; an increase of
$8,642,322,609, or 937.01 percent, in the volume of individual trust
assets under administration and an increase of $8,704,015,826, or
353.31 percent, in the volume of note and bond issues outstanding for
which national banks were acting as trustees.
That the growth in earnings from trust-department operations has
kept pace with the increased volume of trusts which have been entrusted to the administration of the banks in the national banking
system is revealed by the fact that during the fiscal year ended June
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30, 1936, gross earnings aggregating $30,259,000 were reported as
against $26,479,000 in 1935, representing a gain of $3,780,000, or
14.28 percent over 1935, and an increase of $22,004,000, or 266.55
percent over 1926.
Two hundred and eighty-eight national banks were acting as trustees
under 1,154 insurance trust agreements involving $56,956,881 in
proceeds from insurance policies, while 698 national banks had been
named trustee under 17,049 insurance trust agreements not yet
matured or operative, supported by insurance policies with a face
value aggregating $654,388,938.
Three hundred and seventy-seven of the banks spent $230,485 during
the year for trust advertising, 39 banks employed full-time trust solicitors and 68 banks utilized the services of part-time trust solicitors.
Two hundred and forty-seven banks were acting as transfer agent
for 2,309 accounts and 382 banks were acting as registrar of stocks and
bonds for 4,365 accounts.
An analysis of the new business placed on the books of the national
banks between June 30, 1935, and June 30, 1936, developed that 281
banks were named trustees for 1,226 bond and note issues aggregating
$890,358,910; 852 banks were named to act as individual trustees
under 8,012 agreements involving $317,090,906; 758 banks were named
to act under 2,778 executorships involving $153,152,791; 584 banks
were named as administrator under 1,517 appointments involving
$23,765,755; 561 banks were named under 2,741 guardianships
involving $11,089,686; 5 banks were named to act as assignee in 19
instances involving $720,940; 33 banks were named to act in 107
receiverships involving $1,356,371; 134 banks were named to act as
committee of estates of lunatics in 365 cases involving $2,431,916,
while 450 banks were named to act 6,377 times in miscellaneous
fiduciary capacities other than those enumerated above, involving
$796,368,781.
Ninety-one banks were named to act as registrar of stocks and bonds
in 239 cases involving $196,083,139, while 66 banks were named to act
as transfer agent in 382 instances involving $60,238,794.
National-bank branches numbering 241 on June 30, 1936, were
actively engaged in administering 13,546 trusts, with individual trusts
assets aggregating $765,113,725, and were acting as trustees for outstanding bond and note issues amounting to $402,825,715.
The following tables show in detail the activities of national banks
in the trust field, segregated: First, according to capital of the banks;
second, according to the population of places in which the banks were
located; third, according to Federal Eeserve districts; and fourth,
analysis of the type of investments held in trust, with a supplemental
table showing the extent to which national-bank branches were
furnishing trust service to the communities in which they were located.




Fiduciary activities of national banks during year ended June SO, 1936, segregated according to capital
Banks
with
capita]
of $25,000

Number of national banks with trust powers but not administering trusts..
Number of national banks with trust powers administering trusts
Total number of national banks authorized to exercise fiduciary
powers
Total assets of banking departments of national banks authorized to exercisefiduciarypowers
Investments
Deposits in savings banks.Deposits in own bank
Deposits in other banks
Other assets
Total
Private trusts
Court trusts

TRUST ASSETS

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

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

Banks with
capital over
$500,000

Total

113
256
39

152

$18,704,355 $127,897,412

70
451

450

16
328

350
1,573

369

521

498

344

_

o

1,923

$601,252, 430 $1,325,925, 382 $2, 463, 712, 601 $21, 319, 341, 345 $25, 856, 833, 525

$268,641
5,768
45,165
41
2,377

_

Total
Total volume of bond issues outstanding for which banks are acting as
trustee
__.
Number of national banks administering private trusts
Number of national banks administering court trusts..
_..
Number of national banks administering corporate trusts
Number of living trusts being administered
_
_
_
Number of court trusts being administered
_.
Total number of individual trusts being administered..
Number of corporate trusts being administered__
Total number of trusts being administered




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

;9,897,195
102, 807
541, 635
71, 898
105, 564

$32, 926,924
560, 547
2,646,481
212, 377
791, 348

$157,881,395
1,915, 600
9, 841,323
666,354
7,039, 657

$478, 550, 615
4, 649, 847
20, 673, 524
2, 353,827
24, 943. 092

$7,414, 766, 478
15,167, 914
477,010,153
11, 287, 426
889, 725,313

$8, 094, 291, 248
22, 402, 483
510, 758, 281
14, 591, 923
922, 607,351

321,992
LIABILITIES

_

_

Banks
with capital over
$25,000 to
$50,000

10, 719,099

37,137,677

177,344, 329

531,170, 905

8, 807, 957, 284

9, 564, 651, 286

67, 535
254,457

3, 978,010
6,741,089

14, 842, 933
22,294,744

92,159, 212
85,185,117

311,413,281
219, 757, 624

7, 319, 495, 395
1,488,461,889

7, 741, 956, 366
1, 822, 694,920

321, 992

10, 719, 099

37,137, 677

177,344, 329

531,170,905

8,807,957, 284

9, 564, 651, 286

$100, 700
7
11
2

$1, 507, 790
37
62
10

$16, 781, 246
187
228

$62,723, 544
346
418
190

148
405

1,172
2,775

4,986
10, 227

10, 652
15, 392

53, 225
33, 817

70,194
62, 648

553
59

3.947
238

15, 213
616

26, 044
1,315

87, 042
14, 762

132,842
16,997

612

4,185

15,829

27,359

101, 804

149, 839

O
O

$152,868, 370 $10, 933, 587, 492 $11,167, 569,142
396
315
1,288
421
311
1,451
244
267
782

I
O

w
O
d
3
a
4

Average volume of individual trust assets in each bank
_.
Average volume of trust assets in each individual trust
Number of national banks administering insurance trusts
_.
Number of insurance trusts being administered-_
Average volume of insurance trust assets in each bank
Average volume of insurance trust assets in each trust
Number of national banks holding insurance trust agreements not operative.
Number of insurance trust agreements not operative
_.
Face value of policies held under above agreements
Average number of insurance trust agreements not operative held by each
bank
Average volume of insurance policies held by each bank under trust agreements not operative
_.
Average volume of insurance policies per trust held under agreements not
operative
_
Average gross earnings per trust for fiscal year ended June 30,1936
Average gross earnings per trust department reporting trust earnings for
fiscal year ended June 30, 1936
Number of banks reporting amounts spent annually for trust advertising..
Average amount spent annually by each reporting bank for trust advertising.
Number of banks employing full-time trust solicitors
Number of banks employing part-time trust solicitors
_.




$20,125
$7, 488

13

$379, 495

$272

$145,069
$9,409
4
4
$23,945
$23,945
35
443
$2, 655, 785

12

$71

$148, 876
$19, 384
2
5
$146,907
$58, 763
6
70
$2,276,970

$75,880

$32, 528
$74

$6,080,516
$72,000
288
1,154
$197,767
$49,356
698
17,049

$1,180, 380
$20,395
81
157
$84,809
$43, 755
237
2,103
$69,971,731

$26,853, 528
$101,192
167
948
$286,170
$50,412
281
13, 919
$565, 614, 655

9

50

19, 783

$295, 239

$2,012, 864

$5,995
$61

$56

$33, 272
$78

$40, 636
$263

$823
4

$1,166
36

$2,119
70

$5,148
119

$83, 821
148

$20,940

$281

$94

$142
2
30

$250
2
13

$1, 259
35
21

$611
39
68

I

$393, 225
$11,657
34
40
$56,099
$47,684
139
514
$13, 869, 797

$654,388,938
24
$937, 520
$38,383
$201

377

ft
fel
O
O

o

o
d
2
o

CO

Fiduciary activities of national banks during year ended June >0, 1936, segregated according to population of places in which banks were
located
Places with
population
1,000 to 2,499
less than 1,000
Number of national banks with trust powers but not administering trusts
Number of national banks with trust powers administering trusts
__
Total number of national banks authorized to exercise fiduciary powers.
Total assets of banking departments of national banks authorized to exercise
fiduciary powers
Investments.
Deposits in savings banks.
Deposits in own bank
Deposits in other banks...
Other assets

TRUST ASSETS

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




2,500 to 4,999

5,000 to 9,999

10,000 to 24,999

25,000 to 49,999

23

59
122

63
217

79
255

74
344

24
208

56

181

280

334

418

232

$70,880,189

$204,303,264

$731,186,954

$1, 467, 056,439

$1, 259, 465, 663

$2,823, 268
55,635
332, 699
40,431
21,007

$10,980, 458
34, 525
1,037, 510
85,828
218,941

$40, 011,332
363,630
3, 471,120
320,480
401,147

$58, 751,613
633,901
4,490, 947
211, 721
3,877,187

$201, 398, 244
2,935, 628
10, 791,339
699, 933
5, 653,932

$255,850,023
2, 840, 279
12, 968,162
133, 236
18, 477,983

3, 273, 040

12, 357, 262

44, 567, 709

67,965, 369

221, 479, 076

290, 269, 683

1,432, 543
1,840, 497

4, 387, 519
7, 969,743

16,013,831
28, 553,878

27, 868, 751
40, 096, 618

102, 521, 912
118,957,164

178, 601, 677
111, 668,006

>, 349,831

$, 273, 040

12, 357, 262

44, 567, 709

67,965, 369

221,479, 076

290, 269, 683

$198,100
24
29
4
291
235
526

$1, 745,091
79
109
25
489
1,527
2,016
63
2,079
$101, 289
6,130
2
2
$7,000
$7, 000
17
25
$587,128

$16,817,825
155
200
63
1, 887
4,708
6,595
200
6,795
$205, 381
6,758
10
12
$36, 512
$30, 426
35
103 1
$2,364,125 |

$22, 774,170
198
233
103
2,526
5,543

$48,831,022
280
315
166
4,619
9,343
13,962
588
14, 550
$643, 835
15, 863
27
42
$55,913
$35, 944
133
1,100
$21, 846, 998

$76, 742, 290
185
199
122
4,482

533
$99,183
6,223

3
15
$238, 285

340
8,409
$266, 531
8,423
18
20
$56, 879
$51,191
62
306
$7, 429, 496

11,080
693
11, 773
$1, 395, 527
26,198
42
96
$43, 960
$19, 233
127
1,020
$30, 577, 476

6
o
o

Average number of insurance trust agreements not operative held by each bank.
Average volume of insurance policies held by each bank under trust agreement
not operative
_
Average volume of insurance policies per trust held under agreements not
operative
-.
Average gross earnings per trust for fiscal year ended June 30, 1936.
_
Average gross earnings per trust department reporting trust earnings for fiscal
year ended June 30,1936
Number of banks reporting amounts spent annually for trust advertising
Average amount spent annually by each reporting bank for trust advertising..
Number of banks employing full-time trust solicitors
Number of banks employing part-time trust solicitors

5

1

$79, 428

$34, 537

3
$67, 546

5
$119,831

$164, 263

$240,768

$15,886

$23, 485
$40

$22, 953
$39

$24, 279
$43

$19,861
$73

$29,978
$106

$814
11
$144

$1. 358
34
$51
1

$1,624
39
$136

$3, 324
77
$185
2
15

$6, 304
52
$279
1
5

4
$101

---

Places w i t h
population
50,000 to

Number of national banks with trust powers but not administering trusts..
Number of national banks with trust powers administering trusts

100,000 to
249,999

1,000,000 or
over

500,000 to

250,000 to
499,999

Total

350
1,573

7
136

7
114

143
Total number of national banks authorized to exercise fiduciary powers. _.
Total assets of banking departments of national banks authorized to exercise
fiduciary powers
_
_
___
$1,385,040,609

121

74

35

49

$2,470,072,112

$3,131, 774, 569

$4, 698, 633, 624

$9,993, 070, 271

Investments. __
Deposits in savings banks

TRUST ASSETS

I $424,960,526
|
2, 220,427
17,124,841
2, 508,130
32, 055, 009

Deposits in own bank.
Deposits in other banks.
Other assets
Total-

Total




$4, 264, 258, 993
1, 599,861
347, 736, 684
4, 457, 522
427, 679,870

;8, 094, 291, 248
22,402,483
510, 758, 281
14, 591, 923
922, 607,351

1, 292,804,330

5,045,732,930

9, 564, 651, 286

1, 077, 649, 563
215,154, 767

4, 505, 960,391
539,772, 539

7, 741,956,366
1,822, 694,920

1, 244, 872, 389 1, 292,804, 330

5,045, 732,930

9, 564, 651, 286

$776, 922,073 $1, 038, 057, 077 $1, 020, 277, 641
825, 629
3, 296,906
7, 596, 062
42,188, 251
39, 216, 096
31, 400, 627
2,960, 864
259, 655
2,914,123
166, 513, 932
224, 080, 668
43, 627, 675

478,868,938

.

862,460, 560

1, 244,872,389

264, 832, 785
214, 036,153

Private trusts.
Court trusts..

621, 565, 724
240,894, 836

941,121, 670
303, 750,719

I 478, i

862,460, 560

1,923
$25, 856,833, 525

O»

Fiduciary activities of national banks during yeai ended June 30, 1986, segregated according to population of places in which banks were
located—Continued
Places with
population
50,000 to
99,999

100,000 to
249,999

250,000 to
499,999

$181, 439, 809
123
129
94
6,316
9, 056
15. 372
'903
16, 275
3, 521, 095
31,152
55
133
$132, 521
$54, 802
108
1.975
$67, 933, 722
18

$229,179, 699
109
111
91
9,019
7, 450
16, 469
1,255
17, 724
7, 565, 444
52, 369
60
200
$99. 697
$29, 909
94
3. 033
$111, 784, 604
27

$475, 378. 928
66
64
58
7,883
5, 847
13, 730
2,128
15, 858
17, 533, 414
90. 668
37
181
$175, 890
$35, 955
58
4,006
$143, 396, 814

$1, 031,428, 247
31
28
27
7,767
4,590
12, 357
2,787
15.144
41, 703, 365
104, 621
19
174
$528. 650
$57, 726
29
2,787
$102,883, 728
96

>9, 083, 033, 961
38
34
29
24,915
7,751
32, 666
8, 033
40, 699
120,136, 498
154. 464
18
294
$1, 243, 070
$76, 106
32
2, 679
$165, 346, 562
84

$11,167,569,142
1,288
1,451
782
70,194
62, 648
132,842
16, 997
149, 839
6, 080, 516
72, 000
288
1,154
$197, 767
$49, 356
698
17, 049
$654,388, 938
24

$629, 016

$989, 244

$2, 472, 359

$3, 547, 715

$5,167, 080

$937, 250

$34,397
$99

$36, 856
$160

$35, 796
$201

$36,916
$271

$61. 720
$378

$38, 383
$201

$12, 605

$25,123
47
$830
3
8

30
$1,533
13

$136, 751
16
$3,123

$384, 572
18
$2,128
11
1

500,000 to
999,999

1,000,000 or
over

Total

LIABILITIES—continued

Total volume of bond issues outstanding for which banks are acting as trustee. _
Number of national banks administering private trusts. _
Number of national banks administering court trusts
_
Number of national banks administering corporate trusts
Number of living trusts being administered
_
Number of court trusts being administered
_
Total number of individual trusts being administered
Number of corporate trusts being administered
Total numbers of trusts being administered
Average volume of individual trust assets in each bank
Average volume of trust assets in each individual trust
Number of national banks administering insurance trusts
Number of insurance trusts being administered __
Average volume of insurance trust assets in each bank
Average volume of insurance trust assets in each trust
Number of national banks holding insurance trust agreements not operative..
Number of insurance trust agreements not operative.
_._
Face value of policies held under above agreements.
Average number of insurance trust agreements not operative held by each bank.
Average volume of insurance policies held by each bank under trust agreement
not operative
_
Average volume of insurance policies per trust held under agreements not
operative
Average gross earnings per trust for fiscal year ended June 30, 1936
_
Average gross earnings per trust department reporting trust earnings for fiscal
year ended June 30, 1936
_
_
Number of banks reporting amounts spent annually for trust advertising
Average amount spent annually by each reporting bank for trust advertising.
Number of banks employing full-time trust solicitors
Number of banks employing part-time trust solicitors




49

$396
2
7

$20,

940
377

$611
39

68

Fiduciary activities of national banks by Federal Reserve districts as of June 30, 1936

Federal Reserve districts

Number
banks exercising
fiduciary
powers

Number Total
Total banking
Capital of
with au- number
thority author- banks author- assets of banks
but not ized to ized to exercise authorized to
exercise fidufiduciary
exercis- exercise
ciary powers
fiduciary
powers
ing
powers powers

Individual trusts
Living
trusts

Court
trusts

Total

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

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

179
279
241
112
124
86
172
87
51
107
61
74

Total...

1,573

Federal Reserve districts

213
308
255
131
144
110
217
116
91
162
89
87
350 i

Bond issues outstanding where
banks act as
trustee

1,923

$114,960,847 $2,023, 201, 478
375,836,115 6, 487, 314, 660
1,918, 699, 257
108,170,850
103,401, 250 1, 743, 511, 890
56,095, 730 1,040,649, 253
1,162, 421, 671
74,600,300
201,324, 360 4,176,409,793
850,473. 091
42, 453, 350
777,087, 586
43, 790, 500
49, 075,000 1,101,914, 209
974,116, 605
58, 852, 500
170, 978, 000 3,601,034,032
1,399,538,802 j 25,856,833,525

Number of
banks administering
insurance
trusts

4,217
7,975
15,714
6,599
4,151
2, 372
7,307
2, 074
3,796
1,577
574
6,292

8,213
14,301
25, 212
11, 274
6,941
5,783
28,403
3,357
5,908
4,694
1.844
16,912

$552,1 510
178,
967,3
373,328
060, 647
926, 924
251,9
920,941
434,1
116,351
4, 098,2
279,643
97, 960, 232
S
453,9 Oil
994,
375,3 596
310,
126,7 668
768,
1,148,7
761,435

573
1,329
558
1,667
359
821
7,290
718
588
606
376
2,112

70, 194 !

62, 648

132, 842

9, 564, 651, 286

16,997

Number of
Number of Volume of as- banks holdinsurance sets of insur- ing insurance trust
trusts being ance trusts
adminis- under admin- agreements
not operaistration
tered
tive

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

$413,720,409
5, 546, 537,879
115, 549, 262
298,983,579
171,771,371
239,003,106
3,436, 718,936
81, 756,893
117,454,820
77, 227,112
85. 189,835
583. 655, 940

82
127
119
119
68
76
213
26
24
106
40
154

$3,435, 364
9,104,150
7,933,942
6,269,143
2, 221, 773
3, 023,845
14,164,910
1,147,115

Total...

11,167,569,142

1,154




3,996
6,326
9,498
4,675
2.790
3,411
21,096
1,283
2,112
3,117
1,270
10, 620

Trust deFace value of
Number of insurance poli- partment
insurance cies held under gross earntrust agree- trust agree- ings for fiscal
year ended
ments not
ments not
June 30,
operative
operative
1936

3,614,629
1,094,919
3, 978,455

71
112
116
62
56
38
65
24
18
45
42
49

1,376
1,846
1,452
1,523
957
1,000
1,935
261
1,052
1,728
596
3,323

$53,168, 089
105,495,008
54,590,024
64,080, 780
32,469, 813
34,879,382
93,607, 202
10,850,952
43, 522, 628
48,242,620
20,977, 628
92, 504,812

$2, 219, 000
7, 439, 000
1, 356, 000
1, 772, 000
1,050,000
1,130, 000
7,831,000
437,000
964,000
1,079,000
472,000
4, 510, 000

56,956, 881

698

17, 049

654, 388, 938

30, 259, 000

o

o
o1
tr*

B.

3
teio

j

Classification of investments in living and court trust accounts under administration by the active national-bank trust departments, segregated
according to capital of banks and population of places in which national banks were located on June 30, 1936

Banks
Banks
Banks
Banks
Banks
Banks

with
with
with
with
with
with

capital
capital
capital
capital
capital
capital

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

Total
Trust investments classified according to population
of places in which banks administering trusts were
located
Places with
Places with
Places with
Places with
Places with
Places with
Places with
Places with
Places with
Places with
Places with

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

Total




Bonds

Percent

$140, 564
3,183, 009
12, 222, 771
51,350, 359
174, 770, 553
3,886,913, 632

52.33
32.16
37.12
32.52
36.52
52.42

4,128, 580, 888

Trust investments classified according to capital of
banks administering trusts

Percent

Real-estate
mortgages

Percent

$14,074
4, 279, 211
6, 913, 626
38, 333, 905
140, 031, 785
2,245. 944, 910

5.24
43.24
21. 00
24.28
29.26
30.29

$21,175
1,830,997
6, 058, 029
31, 559, 004
77, 204, 811
488, 732, 648

$69, 856
7.88
476,118
18.50
5, 575, 689
18.40
19. 99 29, 349,051
16.13
52, 747, 749
6.59 496, 501, 698

51.01

2,435, 517, 511

30.09

605, 406, 664

Bonds

Percent

Stocks

Percent

Real-estate
mortgages

$733,012
3, 676, 645
14, 410, 014
19, 561,962
62, 462, 316
93,878, 319
152,137,981
275, 054, 705
610, 577, 742
395,015, 999
2, 501, 072,193

25.96
33.48
36. 01
33.30
31.01
36.71
35.80
35.40
58.82
38.72
58.65

$958,128
2, 648. 048
9,197,067
12, 735,844
63, 623, 386
80, 669, 421
127, 868, 070
290, 758, 232
253, 310, 425
395, 348, 349
1,198, 400, 541

33.94
24.12
22.99
21.68
31.59
31.53
30.09
37.42
24.40
38.75
28.10

2,435,517,511

30.09

4,128, 580, 888 51.01

Stocks

Real estate

Percent
26.00
4.81
16.93
18.59
11.02
6.70

Percent

Total investments

972
860
809
076
717
590

8.55
1.29
6.55
4.62
7.07
4.00

$268, 641
9,897,195
32,926, 924
157,881, 395
478, 550, 615
7, 414, 766, 478

340,066, 024

4.20

8,094,291, 248

Miscellaneous
$22,
127,
2,156,
7, 289,
33, 795,
296, 673,

584, 720,161

7.22

Percent

Real estate

Percent

$752, 545
3,414,533
11,287,348
16, 595,414
38, 530, 261
32,034,102
62,377,382
74, 735, 720
54,843, 326
93, 775,197
217, 060, 836

26.66
31.10
28.21
28.25
19.13
12.52
14.68
9.62
5.28
9.19
5.09

$238, 761
863, 285
3, 534,279
7, 512,112
25,286, 777
34, 445, 460
53, 769, 827
87,085,046
78,485,823
81, 264, 268
212, 234, 523

8.46
$140, 822
7.86
377, 947
8.83
1, 582, 624
12.79
2, 346, 281
12. 56 11, 495, 504
13.46
14, 822, 721
12.65
28, 807, 266
11.21
49, 288, 370
7.56
40, 839, 761
7.97
54,873, 828
4.98 135,490,900

605, 406, 664

7.48

584, 720,161

7.22

oo

Miscellaneous

340,066,024

O

Percent

Total investments

O

4.98
3.44
3.96
3.98
5.71
5.78
6.78
6.35
3.94
5.37
3.18

$2, 823, 268
10.980,458
40, 011, 332
58, 751,613
201, 398, 244
255, 850, 023
424, 960, 526
776, 922,073
1, 038,057, 077
1, 020, 277, 641
4, 264, 258,993

3

4.20

8,094,291,248

H
O

a

Classification of investments in living and court trust accounts under administration by the active national-bank branches with trust departments,
segregated according to population of places in which branches were located on June 80, 1936
Trust investments classified according to population of
places in which branches were located
Places with
Places with
Places with
Places with
Places with
Places with
Places with
Places with
Places with
Places with
Places with

population
population
population
population
population
population
population
population
population
population
population

Total..




of less than 1,000...
of 1,000 to 2,499
of 2,500 to 4,999
of 5,000 to 9,999
of 10,000 to 24,999...
of 25,000 to 49,999._.
of 50,000 to 99,999. _.
of 100,000 to 249,999.
of 250,000 to 499,999
of 500,000 to 999.999.
of 1,000,000 or over.

Bonds

Percent

$30,177
156,837
480,016
1,100,004
1,859,883
6,578,626
25,911,496
11,516,965
11,458,713
33,568,377
143,449,660

34.62
16.42
16.80
26.20
27.22
32.22
39.16
26.50
31.23
41.90
33.90

236,110,754

34.47

Percent

Real-estate
mortgages

$45,600
159,126
911,542
584,039
1,415,190
5,437,813
20,013,473
16, 259,310
14,458, 567
31,872,127
129,685, 662

52.30
16.66
31.90
13.91
20.71
26.63
30.25
37.41
39.41
39.78
30.64

0.34
132,492 13.87
117,184 4.10
344,977 8.22
471,289 6.90
1,853,590 9.08
5, 736,471 8.67
2,861,193 6.58
921,385 2.51
1, 749,606 2.19
46,493,677 10.99

220,842,449

32.24

60, 682,162

Stocks

Percent

Percent

Miscellaneous

Percent

7.51
42.35
38.25
40.81
36.49
28.29
15.15
20.29
14.67
10.39
20.54

$4,558
102,159
255,959
456,052
593, 592
771, 253
4,472,484
4,005,052
4,468,648
4, 597, 215
16,638, 281

$87,184
5.23
955,173
10.70
8.95
2,857, 721
10.86
4,198,475
8.68
6,833,706
3.78
20,416,268
6.77
66,159,957
9.22
43,462,022
12.18 36,690,126
5.74 80,113,368
3.93 423,204, 246

130,977, 628 19.12

36,365, 253

Real estate
$6, 551
404,559
1,093,020
1,713,403
2,493,752
5,774,986
10,026,033
8,819, 502
5,382,813
8,326,043

5.31

Total investments

684,978, 246

O

c

o
d

g
3

o

Fiduciary activities of national-bank branches with trust departments during year ended June 30, 1936, segregated according to population of
places in which branches were located
Places
with
population of
less than
1,000

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

1,000 to
2,499

5,000 to
9,999

2,500 to
4,999

29

33

10, 000 to
24,999

40

25,000 to
49,999

50,000 to
99,999

250,000 to

100,000 to
249,999

26

16

1,000,000
or over

500,000 to
999,999

10

Total

28

241

1,007,864 $41, 521, 669 $44,639,364 $88,114, 696 $73,461, 313 $88, 769,965 $163, 802,081 $178,187,364 $160, 578,992 $1,144, 992, 318 $662,954, 634 $2, 656,030, 260
O
O

TRUST ASSETS

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

o

$87,184
2,777
60, 219

$955,173
211, 666

52,857, 721 $4,198,475 $6, 833, 706 $20,
1,416, 268 $66,159,957 $43, 462,022 $36, 690,126
19,268
16,099
10,835
25,723
171,891
35,032
61, 597
889, 200
376,844
2, 805, 012
2,436, 755
825, 291 4,811,918
2, 524,176
5,955
54,849
45,352
275, 712
346,259
843,281
6, 860, 381
1,174,019

I,
$80,113, 368 $423, 204, 246
1,173,471
239,987
5, 319, 510 18,052, 697
915,072
4, 708, 523
24, 825,186

$684,978, 246
1, 756,680
38, 313, 288
921, 027
39,144,484

1,905

9,"6l7

152,085

1,175, 856

3, 305, 513

5,453, 202

7, 715,184 25, 529, 621

69,980,141

52,881,611

40, 368,452

110,498,051 448,054, 009

765,113, 725

Private trusts...
Court trusts

135, 334
16, 751

506, 656
669, 200

1, 645,061
1, 660, 452

2, 536,013
2,917,189

16,331, 584
3,127, 54, 587, 635 9,198,037

35,050, 227
34,929,914

39, 856, 755
13,024,856

28,418, 991
11,949, 461

85,148, 763 301,843,990
25, 349, 288 146, 210,019

514, 600,923
250, 512,802

Total.
Total volume of bond issues
outstanding for which branch
banks are acting as trustee...
Number of branches administering private trusts
Number of branches administering court trusts
Number of branches administering corporate trusts
Total number of individual
trusts being administered
Number of corporate trusts
being administered...
Total number of trusts being
administered

152,085

1,175,856

3,305, 513

5,453, 202

7, 715,184 25, 529, 621

«, 980,141

52, 881, 611

40, 368,452

110,498,051 448,054, 009

765,113, 725

', 554, 580 $23, 227,971

$107, 445, 260 $246,961, 37)

$402,825, 715

Total.




*

••

$2,000

', 061,373 $10, 489, 527

$4,000
14

15

15

14

9

3

24

16

15

14

9

3

2

2

8

9

6

149

358

790

1,710

1,197

753

2
82

20

18

82

$79, 626

2

24

62

104

109

814

1, 772

1,301

862

151

873

373

d

115
7

131

5

40

1,495

5, 295

12, 210

186

847

1,336

1, 681

6,142

13, 546

o

Average volume of individual
trust assets in each b r a n c h . . .
Average volume of trust assets
in each individual trust
N u m b e r of branches administering insurance t r u s t s . . . . _ _
N u m b e r of insurance trusts
being a d m i n i s t e r e d —
___
Average volume of insurance
trust assets in each b r a n c h . . .
Average volume of insurance
trust assets in each trust
N u m b e r of branches holding insurance t r u s t agreements not
operative..
N u m b e r of insurance trust
agreements not operative
Face value of insurance policies
held u n d e r above agreements.
Average n u m b e r of insurance
trust agreements not operative held b y each branch
Average volume of insurance
policies held by each branch
under t r u s t agreements not
operative
Average volume of insurance
policies per t r u s t held under
trust agreements not operative
Average gross earnings per trust
for fiscal year ended J u n e 30,
1936.
Average gross trust earnings per
branch reporting t r u s t earnings for fiscal year ended J u n e
30, 1936
N u m b e r of branches reporting
a m o u n t s spent annually for
trust advertising
Average a m o u n t spent annually
b y each reporting branch for
trust advertising
N u m b e r of branches employing
full-time trust solicitors
N u m b e r of branches employing part-time t r u s t solicitors.. I




$11,049,805 $16, 001,929

$3,174, 746

$3, 305,101

$5, 046, 057

924

$44,178

$53,610

2

11

5

5

2

5

38

8

19

9

16

13

55

133

$10,139

$40, 547

$100,167

$136, 330

$19,011

$14,340

$22,185

$15, 232

$296, 738 $1, 215, 696
$20, 684

$32, 316

1

1

2

2

2

1

3

2

2

5

$4, 665, 343
$40,

$73,912

$84, 618

$2, 456

$75,000

$24,376

$11,114

$44,168

$7, 305

$41,193

$65, 468

$131,862

$356,493

$759,601

$163, 214

$2,456

$25,000

$24,376

$11,114

$17, 667

$1, 826

$23,849

$36, 371

$41, 207

$54,845

$69,055

$46,633

1

8

10

18

16

12

13

8

2

6

100

110

60

224

206

160

461

1,645

12, 269, 297 $1, 981, 514

$5, 816,174

$6, 295, 244

$9, 341,329

26

48

$786,906

$1, 556,888

2

27

$28, 000

$321, 441

43

64

$683,830 $1, 405,829

17

$28, 000

$40,180

$68, 383

$78,102

$141,831

$165,126

$447, 398

$14, 000

$11, 905

$15, 903

$21, 966

$20, 630

$33, 025

$25, 965

$30, 559

$32,435

$663

$192

$207

$151

$188

$207

$192

$214

$482

$585

$946

$1,358:

$2, 693

$8, 005

$22, 700

1

4

$200

$414

$5,432,884 $22, 842, 540
80

77

$2, 716,442 $3,807,090

$56, 418,082

16

$564,181

$33, 956

$49, 550

$247

$251

$296

$252

$17, 413

$26, 633

$60, 224

$64, 933

$14, 727

1

2

1

$1,145

$8, 000

$34, 297

$1, 372

1

1

1

1

3

NATIONAL BANK FAILURES1

No actual failures of national banks or District of Columbia State
banks occurred during the year ended October 31, 1936. During such
period receivers were, however, placed in charge of six national banks,
one District of Columbia State bank and one District of Columbia
building and loan association. Of these total appointments, seven
were for the purpose of completing unfinished business or enforcing
stock assessments against shareholders of banks, the collection of which
was necessary because of unsatisfied indebtedness of such institutions.
The remaining appointment was for a building and loan association
located in the District of Columbia.
During the year ended October 31, 1936, 214 receiverships were
liquidated and finally closed, in addition to which 1 receivership was
restored to solvency. These 215 receiverships disposed of during the
current year represent the largest number of final closings in a like
period during the history of the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency. It is also found as a result of these receivership closings in
1936, together with other final closings in 1934 and 1935, and regardless
of many additional banks having been placed in receivership during
such periods, that the largest number of active national bank receiverships in the history of the Comptroller's Office, of 1,568 as of July 19,
1934, had been reduced as of October 31, 1936, to 1,212.
As noted above a District of Columbia building and loan association
was placed in receivership during the year ended October 31, 1936.
The receivership referred to was the Fidelity Building & Loan Association, Washington, D. C , declared insolvent and placed in charge
of a receiver by the Comptroller of the Currency under date of July 18,
1936. This appointment of a receiver for a building and loan association was regularly made in accordance with the Code of Laws of the
District of Columbia (Act Oct. 1, 1890, sec. 6; 26 Stat. L. 626. Act
Mar. 3, 1901, 31 Stat. L. 1304, c. 854, sec. 720. Title 5, ch. 12, sec. 347,
Code of Laws of District of Columbia), following an examination of
the loan association by a regular national bank examiner, also regularly
made in accordance with the above-quoted section of the District of
Columbia Code.
This loan association, incorporated as of March 5, 1929, under the
code of laws of the District of Columbia, as the Fidelity Building &
Loan Association of Washington, D. C , with an authorized capital
stock of $25,000,000, did not, however, at the time of the receiver's
appointment therefor, have a regular paid in capital stock as in the
case of a national bank; and no capital stock figure will therefore be
included for this receivership in schedules appearing elsewhere in this
report. The assets of this receivership were found to consist principally of advances to shareholders, indirectly secured by real estate
through deed of trust, although the exact legal status of such arrangement has not been definitely determined at this time. It appears
1

Including District of Columbia State banks and building and loan associations,
22




REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

23

however, that due to the stock-subscription requirement for membership that both debtors and creditors of the association may also be
stockholders thereof. As the peculiar nature of the assets in this case
have made it impracticable to apply the regular receivership classification as to estimated values, such assets have been tentatively included
in schedules elsewhere in this report as "good." Liabilities of the
association were found to consist principally of amounts due to creditors
or stockholders on account of moneys paid in or deposited from time
to time for eventual application in payment of capital stock subscribed
for. As the exact status of these accounts as liabilities of the receivership has not been definitely determined, such items have been tentatively listed in schedules elsewhere in this report as "deposits/'
In reporting upon the progress and results of liquidation of insolvent national banks for the year ended October 31, 1936, it has been
possible for the third consecutive year to furnish data with respect
to the earnings of such banks while in process of liquidation, as
derived from the accruals and collections of interest, premiums, rents,
etc. As will be noted from figures of earnings contrasted with expense of liquidation reported upon in detail in following paragraphs
for various groups of banks in liquidation, the earnings of national
bank receiverships generally approximate the amount of expenses
incurred, contrary to the impression sometimes held that all expense
of liquidation is a loss or dissipation of moneys belonging to depositors
and creditors. In view of the nearly equal proportion of earnings to
expenses incident to the liquidation of insolvent national banks, it
may, we believe, again be emphasized that depositors7 equities in the
assets of failed national banks are not materially depreciated due to
receivership operations.
During the year ended October 31, 1936, total costs incurred in the
liquidation of insolvent national banks, as reported by receivers were
equivalent to 10.27 percent of total collections from all sources, including offsets allowed. The major portion of this increase in the
percentage of expense for the current year over that for previous
years is, of course, the result of the increased average liquidation age
of receiverships in process of liquidation, combined with the well
understood fact that the percentage of costs to collections is comparatively low during the early years of liquidation, but progressively
increases from date of failure to date of final closing. However, a
not inconsiderable portion of this increase in expense is the result of
interest payments to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation and
lending banks upon loans to receivers for dividend payment purposes.
Total corporation and lending bank interest payments by receivers
to October 31, 1936, as indicated by the records of this office totaled
$10,405,109, of which approximately $4,000,000 was paid during the
current year. Total collections from all sources, including offsets
allowed, as reported by receivers for the year, amounted to $185,513,595, while similar total collections for the years 1933, 1934, and
1935, were $356,678,150, $501,718,516, and $358,511,944, respectively.
All available facilities have continued to be employed by this office
during the year ended October 31, 1936, to expedite the distribution
of dividends to depositors and creditors of insolvent national banks.
In addition to dividend payments made possible through the normal
process of liquidation, Reconstruction Finance Corporation loans to
receivers of insolvent national banks have been obtained to further




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expedite distributions to depositors. Reconstruction Finance Corporation loan commitments so obtained by receivers of insolvent
national banks during the year ended October 31, 1936, as indicated
by the records of this office amounted to $39,671,900, while cash
advances or actual loans obtained under existing commitments aggregated $41,361,984. Total loan commitments obtained by receivers
of insolvent national banks from the Reconstruction Finance Corporation from the date of its organization to October 31, 1936, as
indicated by the records of this office amounted to $480,826,000,
while cash advances drawn against such commitments aggregated
$378,378,724. Total Reconstruction Finance Corporation commitments outstanding and unpaid advances to receivers of insolvent
national banks as of October 31, 1936, were according to the records
of this office $16,637,412 and $21,913,602, respectively. This unpaid
balance of loans represents a reduction therein during the past year
of $72,404,896.
With further reference to the negotiation of Reconstruction Finance
Corporation loans by receivers for dividend payment purposes during
recent years, we are glad to announce, in accordance with the expressed
desire of the President to remove the Government from business, as
well as to effect a reduction in the expense of liquidation of insolvent
national banks, that during the past year Reconstruction Finance
Corporation loans have in certain instances been replaced by loans
from banks at a lesser rate of interest. Specifically, it has been possible
in connection with Reconstruction Finance Corporation loans to
receivers of certain banks obtained at an interest rate of 4 percent per
annum, to borrow from various State and National banks located in
the vicinity of such receiverships, sufficient funds at an interest rate
of 2% percent per annum to partially or entirely retire the Reconstruction Finance Corporation loans previously carried at the higher interest rate. This transfer of receivership loans from the Reconstruction Finance Corporation to lending State and National banks at a
saving of \% percent per annum in the rate of interest paid therefor
amounted to a savings of approximately $1,163 per day or $424,510
per year on the basis of the unpaid balances of such lending bank loans
as of October 31, 1936. Lending bank loan commitments obtained
by receivers of insolvent national banksD duringn the past year under
this plan amounted to $51,734,200, w ^ e c a s advances or loans
actually obtained under such commitments totaled $45,569,396.
Lending bank loan commitments outstanding and unpaid advances
to receivers of insolvent national banks as of October 31, 1936, were
$6,164,804, and $28,300,753, respectively.
During the past year 38 of the 214 completed liquidations and final
closings of receiverships have resulted from the plan inaugurated in
1935, of obtaining from the Reconstruction Finance Corporation socalled termination loans to receivers for the specific purpose of effecting
immediate final closings of receiverships involved. Termination loans
obtained in connection with the 38 final closings effected thereby during
the current year amounted to $366,140. This plan of effecting early
terminations of receiverships, as described in detail in my annual
report for the year 1935, consisted briefly in borrowing upon the
security of values existing in remaining assets, the largest amount
possible for distribution as dividends to creditors, with subsequent
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25

An additional plan of liquidation involving the disposal at public
auction of real-estate properties held by receivers, originally placed
in operation in 1935, and designed to facilitate liquidation and expedite
the final closings of receiverships, has been continued during the current year. This type of liquidation has been found to be highly desirable and productive of gratifying results in instances where applied.
In fact such sales of real estate at public auction have resulted in disposal of the many groups of properties offered at figures approximating,
if not exceeding, the receivers7 estimated values thereof. However,
due to local competition and complications unavoidably resulting
from this program of more or less wholesale disposal of real-estate
properties at receivers' auctions, such plan of liquidation is being
gradually supplanted by one of strictly local auction sales of lesser
individual magnitude. Figures relative to 72 of such real-estate
auction sales reported upon by receivers to date, out of a total of
approximately 90 sales held to October 31, 1936, are as follows:
Real estate auction sales
Number Number

State

Alabama
Florida
Georgia .__._
Illinois
Mississippi

of sales
(banks)

_

South Carolina
Texas
Total

_

Eeceivers'

estimated
of items liquidation
sold
values

Total auc- Immediate
tion sale cash proprice ob- ceeds realtained
ized

Liens assumed and
included in
sale price
obtained

19
10
12
9
11
8
3

1,200
723
137
37
855
109
39

$600,766
307,871
113,089
108,460
782,835
123,965
14,040

$533,093
319, 265
72, 996
74, 594
556,974
92,260
16,198

$428,980
120,005
57,021
56,350
380,068
77,805
4,942

$32,934
84,856
3,052
12, 554
101,435
3,753
1,373

72

3,100

2,051,026

1, 665,380

1,125,171

239,957

There has been little reorganization activity in connection with
closed or insolvent national banks during the year ended October 31,
1936. This lack of reorganizations during the current year is the
natural result of the reorganization program with respect to unlicensed
national banks following the banking holiday of 1933, having been
completed early in 1935, together with the fact there were no actual
failures of national banks during 1936, and that the majority of existing receiverships are now of sufficient liquidation age to largely preclude the possibility of reorganizations thereof. It may be noted,
however, that this office has during the year extended its assistance
to banks in connection with the perfection of plans whereby such institutions might conclude their banking existence through consolidation or merger with other institutions or through voluntary liquidation. In the future as in the past the full cooperation of this office
will be available for the furtherance of reorganization plans for closed
or insolvent national banks where circumstances indicate the soundness of reorganization plans submitted.
Relative to the length of time required to complete liquidation of
insolvent national banks, a compilation has been made covering those
insolvent national banks liquidated and finally closed during the year
ended October 31, 1936, and for those receiverships finally closed
during the 15-year period, November 1, 1921, to October 31, 1936.
From data compiled it has been found that insolvent national banks




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finally closed during the year ended October 31, 1936, exclusive of
those banks which were restored to solvency and those for which
receivers were appointed for the purpose only of completing unfinished
business or enforcing stock assessments, required an average period
of 5 years, with a minimum period of 1 year and 10 months for liquidation. With reference to insolvent national banks, the affairs of which
were finally closed during the 15-year period, 1921 to 1936, exclusive
of those banks restored to solvency and banks for which receivers
were appointed for the purpose only of completing unfinished business
or enforcing stock assessments, the average period of liquidation was
likewise found to have been 5 years.
In following paragraphs will be found tables reflecting the progress
and results of liquidation to date for various groups of insolvent national banks, those which have been completely liquidated from the
date of the first national bank failure in 1865 to date, those still in
process of liquidation as of October 31, 1936, etc. These tables are
supported by various schedules appearing in the appendix of this
report furnishing in detail for each insolvent national bank in liquidation during the current year data as to progress and results of the
receiver's administration thereof. It will be noted that the following
paragraphs and tables combine for the first time data as to insolvent
national banks with that of insolvent District of Columbia State
banks, but in such manner that figures for each group may be obtained
separately if desired. This method of reporting upon these groups
of banks is believed preferable to the previous method employed of
discussion in separate sections, by reason of the fact that liquidation
of banks in both groups is uniformly administered under the supervision of the Comptroller of the Currency and normally combined in
press and other releases of information by this office as to the progress
and results of such liquidation.
Receiverships, year ended October 81, 1986

Of the six national banks, one District of Columbia State bank, and
one District of Columbia building and loan association for which receivers were appointed during the past year, none was restored to
solvency, leaving the entire eight banks to be administered by receivers. Of the eight banks so administered by receivers, seven were
placed in receivership for the purpose of completing unfinished business or enforcing stock assessments against shareholders because of
unsatisfied indebtedness of such banks; while one institution, a building
and loan association located in Washington, D. C , was declared insolvent and placed in receivership, pending the outcome of proposed
plans for reorganization. There were, therefore, no actual failures of
national or District of Columbia State banks exclusive of building and
loan associations during the year ended October 31, 1936. The
capital of the eight insolvent banks for which receivers were appointed
was $10,300,000.
Stock assessments levied by the Comptroller of the Currency to
ctober31, 1936, against shareholders of the eight banks administered
7 receivers, with capital of $10,300,000 amounted to $9,150,000, while
e assets of such banks, including assets acquired subsequent to
eir failure, totaled $10,240,461. Collections from these assets,
duding earnings, offsets allowed, and collections from stock assess-




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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

ments as reported by receivers to September 30, 1936, amounted to
$933,904, or 4.8 percent of such assets and stock assessments. Total
earnings collected by receivers from the assets of these banks, amounting to $119,341, were $112,822 in excess of total expenses incurred.
These collections and the disposition thereof were as follows:
Liquidation statementj 8 administered receiverships, year ended Oct. 31, 1936
National
bank receiverships,
6
Collections:
Collections from assets.Collections from stock assessments
_....
Earnings collected _
Offsets allowed and settled (against assets)
Disposition of collections:
Dividends paid by receivers to unsecured creditors
,
Dividends paid by receivers to secured creditors._
Payments to secured and preferred creditors other than
through dividends
Offsets allowed and settled (against liabilities)
_.
Disbursements for the protection of assets
Payment of receivers' salaries, legal and other expenses
Cash balances in hands of Comptroller and receivers.

1

.

$746, 288
67,775
119,341
500

$746,288
67, 775
119,341
500

933, 904

Total

Total

District of Total re
Columbia
State bank 1 ceiverreceiverships, ships,
8
2

933,904

33,858
589,250
500
45,232
6,519
258, 545

933,904

.

33,858
589,250
500
45,232
6,519
258,545

933,904

Including building and loan associations.

In addition to the above record, it is found that no claims, either
secured or unsecured had been proved insofar as reported by receivers
to September 30, 1936, and that no circulation was outstanding in
these banks at date of failure. Total deposits of these banks at date
of failure amounted to $4,424,814, while borrowed money consisting
of bills payable, rediscounts, etc., totaled $3,838,001.
Receiverships, 1865-1936
From the date of the first failure of a national bank in the year
1865 to October 31, 1936, 2,939 national banks and 16 State banks or
loan associations located in the District of Columbia have been placed
in charge of receivers. Of this number, 157 have been restored to
solvency and either reopened, sold to other institutions or placed in
voluntary liquidation. In addition to the 157 banks restored to
solvency, 1 bank was eliminated as a receivership through revocation
of the receiver's commission as of the date of issuance, leaving 2,797
receiverships to be administered by receivers. Of these receiverships
so administered, 1,212 are still in process of liquidation and 1,585 have
been completely liquidated and the affairs thereof finally closed.
The capital of these 2,955 insolvent national banks at the date of
failure, exclusive of the 1 bank eliminated through revocation of the
receiver's commission, was $398,913,445. The capital of the 157
banks that have been restored to solvency was $22,950,000. The
capital of the 1,212 banks that are still in process of liquidation was
$224,831,025, and the capital of the 1,585 banks that have been completely liquidated was $151,132,420.




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The aggregate book value of the assets of the 2,797 administered
receiverships, including assets acquired after suspension, was $3,642,789,170, in addition to which there have been levied against shareholders assessments aggregating $326,038,687. Total collections
from these assets, including earnings, offsets allowed and collections
from stock assessments as reported by receivers to September 30,
1936, amounted to $2,380,682,396 or 59.98 percent of the total of such
assets and stock assessments. These collections and the disposition
thereof were as follows:
Liquidation statement, 2,797 administered receiverships, 1865-1936
District of
National bank
Columbia
Total rereceiverships, State bank 1 ceiverships,
2,782
receiverships,
2,797
15
Collections:
Collections from assets (including income earnings for
1,155 banks completely liquidated to Oct. 31,1933, and
for accounting purposes, dividends paid secured creditors of all trusts finally closed Oct. 1, 1924, to Oct. 31,
1929)
_
Collections from stock assessments
Earnings collected (unavailable as separate item for 1,155
banks finally closed to Oct. 31,1933)
Offsets allowed and settled (against assets)
_
Unpaid balance Reconstruction Finance Corporation
loans..
_
_
Unpaid balance bank loans

Total
Disposition of collections:
Dividends paid by receivers to unsecured creditors (including dividends paid to secured creditors of 815 banks
completely liquidated to Oct. 31,1929)
Dividends paid by receivers to secured creditors (unavailable as separate item for 815 banks completely
liquidated to Oct. 31, 1929)
Distributions by conservators to unsecured creditors
Distributions by conservators to secured creditors
_
Payments to secured and preferred creditors (including
disbursements for the protection of assets for 815 banks
completely liquidated to Oct. 31,1929, and for accounting purposes, dividends paid secured creditors of all
trusts finally closed Oct. 1,1924, to Oct. 31,1929)
_„
Disbursements for the protection of assets (unavailable
as separate item for 815 banks completely liquidated to
Oct. 31, 1929)__
_.._
Offsets allowed and settled (against liabilities)
Payment of receivers' salaries, legal and other expenses. _.
Payment of conservators' salaries, legal and other expenses
_
Amount returned to shareholders in cash
Cash balances in hands of Comptroller and receivers

Total

$1,888,503,858
148,232,030

$11,458,996 $1,899,962,854
204,863
148,436,893

100,067,605
229,776,927

957,064
1,481,053

101,024, 669
231,257,980

26,531,623
29, 013,898

489,108

27,020,731
29,013,898

2,422,125,941

14,591,084

2,436,717,025

1, 067,689,291

4,758,937

1,072, 448, 228

28,783,158
206, 906,597
26,832,626

35,148
2,836, 927

28,818,306
209, 743, 524
26,901,429

641,430, 278

3,900, 757

645,331,035

39,657,459
229,776,927
117,711,697

95,822
1,481,053
915,447

39,753, 281
231,257,980
118,627,144

11,369,082
4,918,596
47,050,230

207,241
290, 949

11,576,323
4,918,596
47,341,179

2,422,125,941

14,591,084

2,436,717,025

i Including building and loan associations.

In addition to the above record of distribution, there have been
returned to shareholders through their duly elected agents assets of
a book value of $22,632,534. Total claims proved, both secured and
unsecured, as reported by receivers aggregated $2,083,317,807. The
outstanding circulation of these 2,797 receiverships at date of failure
was $170,762,785, secured by United States bonds on deposit with
the Treasurer of the United States of the par value of $180,725,531,
while total deposits at date of failure amounted to $2,360,389,818.
From the above it will be noted that the average percentage of all
dividends paid on the aggregate of secured and unsecured claims,




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A

proved against the 2,797 administered receiverships, was 64.22 percent. If payments to secured and preferred creditors other than
dividends, offsets allowed, and other disbursements as indicated
above, were included with dividends paid in this calculation, such
total disbursements to creditors would amount to 76.16 percent of
claims proved plus other liabilities established.
Expenses incident to the administration of the 2,797 administered
receiverships, consisting of receivers' and conservators' salaries, legal
and other expenses, amounted to $130,203,467 or 3.28 percent of the
book value of assets and stock assessments administered, or 5.47
percent of collections from assets and stock assessments, including
offsets allowed. The assessments against shareholders averaged 86.72
percent of their holdings and total collections from such assessments
as were levied amounted to 45.53 percent of the amount assessed.
Active receiverships as of October 31, 1936

The 1,212 national banks that were, as of October 31, 1936, still in
charge of receivers and in process of liquidation had assets, including
assets acquired subsequent to their failure, aggregating $2,689,980,779.
The capital of these banks was $224,831,025, and assessments levied
by the Comptroller of the Currency to October 31, 1936, against
shareholders amounted to $216,586,025. The collections from these
assets, including earnings, offsets allowed and collections from stock
assessments, as reported by receivers to September 30, 1936, amounted
to $1,751,273,584 or 60.25 percent of such assets and stock assessments. Total earnings collected by receivers from the assets of these
banks amounting to $93,676,762, were $5,095,700 or 5.75 percent in
excess of total expenses incurred. These collections and the disposition thereof were as follows:
Liquidation statement, 1,212 active receiverships as of Oct. 31, 1936
District of
National bank
Columbia
Total rereceiverships, State bank
ceiverships,
1,212
1,197
receiverships,
15
Collections:
Collections from assets..
__
_.
Collections from stock assessments
Earnings collected
__
Offsets allowed and settled (against assets)
Unpaid balance Reconstruction Finance Corporation
loans
Unpaid balance bank loans.

$11,458,996 $1, 404, 733, 428
204, 863
93,627, 265
93,676,762
957,064
159,236,129
1, 481, 053

_

> Including building and loan associations.




26, 531,623
29,013,898

489,108

27, 020, 731
29,013,898

1, 792, 717,129

Total
Disposition of collections:
Dividends paid by receivers to unsecured creditors
Dividends paid by receivers to secured creditors
Distributions by conservators to unsecured creditors...
Distributions by conservators to secured creditors
Payments to secured and preferred creditors, other than
through dividends
_.
Offsets allowed and settled (against liabilities)
Disbursements for the protection of assets
Payment of receivers' salaries, legal and other expenses.
Payment of conservators' salaries, legal and other expenses
Amount returned to shareholders in cash
Cash balances in hands of Comptroller and receivers
Total

$1, 393, 274,432
93, 422, 402
92,719,698
157, 755, 076

14, 591, 084

1,807, 308, 213

733,497,009
17, 330,814
204,991, 992
26,686,194

4,758,937
35,148
2,836, 927
68, 803

738, 255,946
17, 365,962
207,828,919
26,754,997

480,966,109
157,755,076
36, 937, 349
76, 291,149

3, 900,757
1,481,053
95,822
915, 447

484,866,866
159,236,129
37, 033,171
77,206,696

11,167, 225
43, 982
47,050, 230

207, 241
290,949

11,374, 466
43,982
47,341,179

1,792,717,129

14, 591,084

1,807,308, 213

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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

In addition to the above record, it is found that total claims proved,
both secured and unsecured, as reported by receivers, aggregated
$1,555,370,359. The outstanding circulation of the 1,212 receiverships at date of failure was $105,769,523, secured by United States
bonds on deposit with the Treasurer of the United States of the par
value of $111,693,210. Total deposits of these banks at date of
failure amounted to $1,834,689,661, borrowed money consisting of
bills payable, rediscounts, etc., $362,583,609, and additional liabilities
established to date, $68,913,573.
From the above it will be noted that the average percentage of all
dividends paid on the aggregate of secured and unsecured claims,
proved against the 1,212 receiverships still in process of liquidation
as of October 31, 1936, was 63.66 percent. If payments to secured
and preferred creditors other than dividends, and offsets allowed,
were included with dividends paid in this calculation, such total
disbursements to creditors would amount to 72.12 percent of total
liabilities established to date.
Expenses incident to the administration of the 1,212 active receiverships, consisting of receivers' and conservators' salaries, legal
and other expenses, amounted to $88,581,062 or 3.05 percent of the
book value of assets and stock assessments administered, or 5.06
percent of collections from assets and stock assessments, including
offsets allowed. The assessments against shareholders averaged 96.33
percent of their holdings and total collections from such assessments
as were levied amounted to 43.23 percent of the amount assessed.
Receiverships terminated, year ended October 31, 1936

During the year ended October 31, 1936, 214 receiverships were
liquidated and finally closed, in addition to which 1 receivership, a
State bank located in the District of Columbia, was restored to solvency for the purpose of going into voluntary liquidation. The 214
national bank receiverships finally closed had assets, including assets
acquired subsequent to their failure, aggregating $102,745,060. The
capital of these 214 banks was $13,677,000, and assessments levied
by the Comptroller of the Currency against shareholders amounted to
$13,095,750. The collections from these assets, including earnings,
offsets allowed, and collections from stock assessments as indicated by
receivers' final reports, amounted to $69,667,225 or 60.14 percent of
such assets and stock assessments. Total earnings collected by
receivers from the assets of these banks amounted to $3,627,829 or
66.13 percent of total expenses incurred. These collections and the
disposition thereof were as follows:
Liquidation statement, 21 Jj. administered receiverships finally closed, year ended
Oct. SI, 1986
National
bank
receiverships, 2V
Collections:
Collections from assets
Collections from stock assessments...
Earnings collected
Offsets allowed and settled (against assets).
Total. _




$52, 897, 725
6, 655,450
3, 627,829
6, 486, 221
69, 667, 225

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY
Liquidation

31

statement, 214 administered receiverships finally closed, year ended
Oct. Sly 1936—Continued
National
bank
receiverships, 214

Disposition of collections:
Dividends paid by receivers to unsecured creditors. _
._
Dividends paid by receivers to secured creditors
Distributions by conservators to unsecured creditors
Distributions by conservators to secured creditors
Payments to secured and preferred creditors other than through dividends.
Offsets allowed and settled (against liabilities)
Disbursements for the protection of assets
Payment of receivers' salaries, legal and other expenses
Payment of conservators' salaries, legal and other expenses
Amount returned to shareholders in cash.
Total

$34,959, 839
2,685,437
1, 070, 308
63, 528
18, 751, 372
6, 486, 221
543,525
4,821, 721
120, 339
164,935
19,667, 225

In addition to the above record of distribution, there were returned
to shareholders through their duly elected agents assets of a book
value of $3,880,921. Total claims proved, both secured and unsecured, as indicated by receivers' final reports aggregated $59,371,852.
The outstanding circulation of these 214 closed receiverships at date
of failure was $5,944,510, secured by United States bonds on deposit
with the Treasurer of the United States of a par value of $6,323,550.
Total deposits of these banks at date of failure amounted to
$62,463,442, borrowed money consisting of bills payable, rediscounts,
etc., $17,032,900, and additional liabilities established to date of final
closing $2,543,356.
From the above it will be noted that the average percentage of all
dividends paid on the aggregate of secured and unsecured claims
proved against the 214 receiverships that were finally closed during
the year ended October 31, 1936, but not including the 1 bank restored
to solvency which paid 100 percent, was 65.32 percent. If payments
to secured and. preferred creditors other than dividends, and offsets
allowed, were included with dividends paid in this calculation, such
total disbursements to creditors would amount to 77.49 percent of
total liabilities established to date of final closing including payments
to creditors in excess of 100 percent of principal, of $574,380.
Expenses incident to the administration of the 214 trusts, consisting
of receivers' and conservators' salaries, unrecovered disbursements for
the protection of assets, legal and other expenses, amounted to
$5,485,585, or 4.74 percent of the book value of the assets and stock
assessments administered, or 7.87 percent of collections from assets
and stock assessments, including offsets allowed. The assessments
against shareholders averaged 95.75 percent of their holdings and total
collections from such assessments as were levied amounted to 50.82
percent of the amount assessed.
Receiverships terminated 1865-1936
From the date of the first failure of a national bank in 1865 to the
close of business October 31, 1936, 1,742 receiverships, including 1
District of Columbia State bank, have been administered and the
trusts closed or the affairs thereof restored to solvency. Included iu




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this number are the 157 banks restored to solvency, 1 of which, a
State bank located in the District of Columbia, was restored in 1936,
and 214 the affairs of which were finally closed during the year 1936.
In addition to these 1,742 administered receiverships disposed of, 1
receivership was eliminated without administration through revocation of the receiver's commission as of the date of issuance thereof.
The 1,585 national banks administered by receivers had assets, including assets acquired subsequent to their failure, aggregating
$952,808,391. The capital of these 1,585 banks was $151,132,420,
and assessments levied by the Comptroller of the Currency against
shareholders amounted to $109,452,662. The collections from these
assets including earnings, offsets allowed, and collections from stock
assessments as indicated by receivers' final reports, amounted to
$629,408,812 or 59.25 percent of such assets and stock assessments.
These collections and the disposition thereof were as follows:
Liquidation statementf 1,585 administered receiverships finally closed, 1865-1986
National bank'
receiverships,
1,585
Collections:
Collections from assets (including earnings for 1,155 banks finally closed to Oct. 31,1933,
and for accounting purposes, dividends paid secured creditors of all trusts finally closed
Oct. 1, 1924, to Oct. 31, 1929)
Collections from stock assessments
Earnings collected (unavailable as separate item for 1,155 banks finally closed to Oct. 31,
1933)
Offsets allowed and settled (against assets)
Total

-

Disposition of collections:
Dividends paid by receivers to unsecured creditors (including dividends paid secured
creditors of 815 banks completely liquidated to Oct. 31, 1929)
Dividends paid by receivers to secured creditors (unavailable as separate item for 815
banks completely liquidated to Oct. 31, 1929)
_
_
Distributions by conservators to unsecured creditors
Distributions by conservators to secured creditors
Payments to secured and preferred creditors (including disbursements for the protection
of assets for 815 banks completely liquidated to Oct. 31, 1929, and for accounting purposes, dividends paid secured creditors of all trusts finally closed Oct. 1, 1924, to Oct.
31,1929)
.-..
Disbursements for the protection of assets (unavailable as separate item for 815 banks
completely liquidated to Oct. 31, 1929)
Offsets allowed and settled (against liabilities)
_
Payment of receivers' salaries, legal and other expenses
Payment of conservators' salaries, legal and other expenses
Amount returned to shareholders in cash
.__
Total

$495, 229,426
54,809,628
7,347,907
72, 021,851
629,408, 812
334,192, 282
11, 452, 344
1, 914, 605
146, 432

160,464,169
2,720,110
72, 021, 851
41,420, 548
201,857
4,874, 614
629,408,812

In addition to the above record of distribution, there were returned
to shareholders through their duly elected agents, assets of a book
value of $22,632,534. Total claims proved, both secured and unsecured, as indicated by receivers' final reports aggregated
$527,947,448. The outstanding circulation of these 1,585 closed
receiverships at date of failure was $64,993,262, secured by United
States bonds on deposit with the Treasurer of the United States of a
par value of $69,032,321, while total deposits at date of failure
amounted to $525,700,157.
From the above it will be noted that the average percentage of all
dividends paid on the aggregate of secured and unsecured claims
proved against the 1,585 receiverships that have been finally closed,
but not including the 157 restored to solvency which paid 100 percent




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was 65.86 percent. If payments to secured and preferred creditors
other than dividends, offsets, and other disbursements as indicated
above, were included with the dividends paid in this calculation, such
total disbursements to creditors would amount to 76.30 percent of
claims proved plus other liabilities established.
Expenses incident to the administration of the 1,585 closed trusts,
consisting of receivers7 and conservators' salaries, unrecovered disbursements for the protection of assets, legal and other expenses,
amounted to $44,342,515, or 4.17 percent of the book value of the
assets and stock assessments administered, or 7.05 percent of collections from assets and stock assessments, including offsets allowed.
The assessments against shareholders averaged 72.42 percent of their
holdings and total collections from such assessments as were levied
amounted to 50.08 percent of the amount assessed.
Total liquidation operations, year ended October 81, 1936

Total liquidation operations of all receiverships for the current year,
as reported by receivers, were as follows:
Liquidation statement, summary for year ended Oct. 31, 1986
National
bank receiverships

Collections:
Cash balances in hands of Comptroller and receivers at
beginning of period
Collections from assets
Earnings collected...
_
Collections from stock assessments
Offsets allowed and settled (against assets)
Increase in unpaid balance bank loans
Total.—

-

Disposition of collections:
Dividends paid by receivers to unsecured creditors
Dividends paid by receivers to secured creditors
Distributions by conservators to unsecured creditors
Distributions by conservators to secured creditors
Payments to secured and preferred creditors, other than
through dividends.a
Offsets allowed and settled (against liabilities)
Disbursements for the protection of assets
_.
Payment of receivers' salaries, legal and other expenses
Payment of conservators' salaries, legal and other expenses.
Amount returned to shareholders in cash
Decrease in unpaid balance Reconstruction Finance Corporation loans
Cash balances in hands of Comptroller and receivers
Total..
1
2

District of
Columbia
State bank 1 Total all receiverships
receiverships

$52,998, 759
138, 788, 960
16,947,850
11,598,294
16,455,181
29, 013, 898

$356,152
1, 446,046
201,665
40,462
35,170

$53,354,911
140, 235, 006
17,149,515
11, 638, 756
16, 490, 351
29,013,898

265, 802,942

2, 079,495

267,882,437

61,994,341
3, 207, 744
671,810
125,826

567,010
153
21, 835

62, 561, 351
3, 207, 897
669,975
125,826

702,186
16, 455,181
16,321,195
18,737,231
60,294
208,917

121,079
35,170
2 849
261,198
2
5,958

823, 265
16,490,351
16,320,346
18,998,429
54,336
208,917

100, 267,987
47, 050,230

812, 578
290,949

101, 080, 565
47, 341,179

265,802, 942

2, 079, 495

267,882,437

Including building and loan associations.
Credit adjustment in accordance with revised figures submitted by receivers.

It will be noted from the above that the percentage of total liquidation costs to total collections from all sources, including offsets allowed, for the year, was 10.27 percent.




Table showing summary of status, progress, ana results of liquidation of all national banks placed in charge of receivers from the date of the first
national bank failure, Apr. 14, 1865, to Oct. 31, 1936 1
National and District of Columbia State
banks 2

Closed receiverships,
1,585 3

Total assets taken charge of by receivers
Disposition of assets:
Collections from assets (including earnings collected for 1,155 banks completely liquidated to
Oct. 31, 1933, and for accounting purposes,
dividends paid secured creditors of all trusts
finally closed Oct. 1, 1924, to Oct. 31, 1929)
Offsets allowed and settled (against assets).
Losses on assets compounded or sold under order
of court
- . -Book value of assets returned to shareholders'
asjents
Book valnp of remaining assets

Collections:
Collections from assets as above
_
Collections from stock assessments
Earnings collected: Interest, premiums, rents,
etc. (unavailable as separate item for 1,155
banks completely liquidated to Oct. 31, 1933)..
Offsets allowed and settled (against assets)
Unpaid balance Reconstruction Finance Corporation loans
TJnDaid balance bank loans

-

Disposition of collections:
Dividends paid by receivers to unsecured creditors (including dividends paid to secured
creditors for 815 banks completely liquidated
to Oct. 31,1929)




Total receiverships,
2,797 3

$952,808, 391 $2, 689, 980, 779 $3, 642, 789,170

495, 229, 426
72, 021, 851
362, 924, 580

1, 404, 733, 428
159, 236,129
253, 642, 637

22, 632, 534

Closed receiverships,
0*

Active receiverships,
15

Total receiverships,
15*

National banks

Closed receiverships,
1,585 5

1

$26, 925, 681 $26,925, 681 $952, 808, 391 $2, 663, 055, 098 $3, 615,863,489

1,899,962,854
231, 257, 980

11,458, 996
1, 481, 053

11,458,998
1, 481, 053

495, 229, 426
72, 021,851

616, 567, 217

970,974

970,974

362, 924, 580

22, 632, 534
872,368, 585

Active receiv- Total receiverships,
erships,
2,782 s
1,197

1, 393, 274, 432
157, 755, 076
252, 671, 663

22, 632, 534

1,888, 503,858
229, 776, 927
615, 596, 243
22, 632,534
859, 353,927

872, 368, 585
2, 689,980, 779

13, 014, 658

13,014 658

952, 808, 391

Total

Total

Active receiverships,
1,212

District of Columbia State banks *

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3,642, 789,170

26, 925, 681

26, 925, 68J

952, 808, 391

859, 353, 927
2, 663, 055,098

3, 615,863,489

495, 229,426
54,809,628

1,404, 733, 428
93,627,265

1,899,962, 854
148,436,893

11, 458, 996
204,863

11, 458, 996
204,863

495, 229, 426
54, 809, 628

1,393, 274,432
93,422,402

93,676, 762
159, 236,129

101,024, 669
231, 257, 980

957, 064
1, 481, 053

957, 064
1, 481, 053

7,347,907
72,021,851

92, 719, 698
157, 755,076

100,067, 605
229,776,927

27,020,731
29, 013,898

27, 020, 731
29, 013,898

489,108

489,108

26, 531, 623
29,013,898

26, 531, 623
29, 013,89

1,807,308,213

2,436, 717, 025

14, 591,084

14, 591,084

1, 792, 717,129

2,422,125,941

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1, 888, 503,858
148, 232,030

7, 347,907
72,021, 851

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629,408,812

629,408,812

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334,192, 282

738, 255, 946

1,072, 448, 228

4. 758,937

4,758,937

334,192,282

733,497,009

1,067, 689,291

Dividends paid by receivers to secured creditors |
(unavailable as separate item for 815 banks
11,452,344
completely liquidated to Oct. 31,1929)
Distributions by conservators to unsecured
1,914,605
creditors
146,432
Distributions by conservators to secured creditorsPayments to secured and preferred creditors
(including disbursements for the protection j
of assets for 815 banks completely liquidated
to Oct. 31,1929)..
_
- 160,464,169
Disbursements for the protection of assets (unavailable as separate item for 815 banks com2,720,110
pletely liquidated to Oct. 31, 1929)
72,021, 851
Offsets allowed and settled (against liabilities)
Payment of receivers' salaries, legal and other
41,420,548
expenses
Payment of conservators' salaries, legal and other
201,857
expenses
4,874, 614
Amount returned to shareholders in cash
Cash balances in hands of Comptroller and
receivers
Total.
Capital stock at date of failure
United States bonds held at failure to secure cirlating notes
United States bonds held to secure circulation,
sold and circulation redeemedCirculation outstanding at date of failure
Amount of assessments upon shareholders
Total deposits at date of failure^
Borrowed money: Bills payable, rediscounts,
etc., at date of failure (unavailable for 1,086
banks completely liquidated to Oct. 31, 1932)..
Additional liabilities established subsequent to
date of failure (unavailable for 1,371 banks completely liquidated to Oct. 31,1935)
Claims proved (both secured and unsecured)._.

17,365,962

28,818,306

35,148

35,148

11,452, 344

17, 330,814

28,783,158

207,828,919
26, 754,997

209,743,524
26,901,429

2,836,927
68,803

2,836,927
68,803

1,914,605
146,432

204,991, 992
26, 686,194

206,906,597
26,832, 626

484,866,866

645,331,035

3,900,757

3,900,757

160,464,169

480, 966,109

641,430, 278

37,033,171
159,236,129

39, 753, 281
231, 257, 980

95,822
1,481,053

95,822
1,481, 053

2, 720,110
72,021,851

36, 937,349
157,755,076

39, 657,459
229,776,927

77, 206, 596

118, 627,144

915,447

915, 447

41, 420,548

76,291,149

117,711,697

11,374, 466
43,982

11, 576, 323
4, 918, 596

207, 241

207, 241

201, 857
4,874, 614

11,167, 225
43,982

11, 369,082
4, 918, 596

47, 050,230

47, 050, 230

629,408,812

1, 792, 717,129

2, 422,125, 941

174,032,420

222, 528,105

s 396, 560, 525

47, 341,179

47, 341,179

290,949

629,408,812

1,807, 308, 213

2,436, 717, 025

14,591,084

6 174,082,420

224,831,025

6 398, 913, 445

7 50, 000

2,302,920

290, 949
14, 591, C
2, 352, 920

69,032,321

111, 693, 210

180, 725, 531

69, 032, 321

111, 693, 210

180, 725, 531

69,032, 321
64, 993,262
109,452, 662
525, 700,157

111, 693, 210
105,769,523
216, 586,025
1,834, 689, 661

180, 725, 531
170,762,785
326,038, 687
2,360,389,818

1,852,920
19,244,207

1,852,920
19, 244, 207

69, 032, 321
64,993,262
109, 452, 662
525, 700,157

111,693,210
105, 769, 523
214, 733 J 05
1, 815, 445, 454

180, 725, 531
170, 702, 785
324,185, 767
2,341,145,611

46,518,793

362, 583, 609

409,102, 402

4,884,376

4, 884, 376

46, 518, 793

357, 699, 233

68,913,573
1,555, 370, 359

71,456,929
2,083, 317, 807

412,919
13,011,098

412, 919
13, 011, 098

2, 543, 356
527, 947, 448

68, 500, 654
1, 542, 359, 261

71, 044, 010
2,070, 306. 709

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404, 218, 026

2, 543,356
527,947,448

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2 Including building and loan associations.
s Does not include 157 banks restored to solvency and 1 bank in connection with which receiver's commission was revoked as of date of issuance.
* Does not include 1 bank restored to solvency.
6
Does not include 156 banks restored to solvency and 1 bank in connection with which receiver's commission was revoked as of date of issuance
6
Includes $22,950,000 capital stock of 157 banks restored to solvency.
7
Includes $50,000 capital stock of 1 bank restored to solvency.
8
Includes $22,900,000 capital stock of 156 banks restored to solvency.




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Data as^ to results of liquidation in 214 insolvent national banks completely liquidated and finally closed, and
1 District of Columbia State bank the affairs of which were restored to solvency, during the year ended October 31,
1936, are given in the following table:

00

National bank receiverships, the affairs of which were finally closed or restored to solvency during the year ended Oct. SI, 1936 x

Trust
DO.

Location

2115
1507
1106
2015
2016
1140

Ackley, Iowa 2
Addison, Pa. 3
Albert Lea, Minn
Albion. 111.3
do.3
Alcester, S. Dak

1232
1999
2174
2202
2048
2579
1392
2863
1659
656
1743
1327
1267
1777
1764
1532
1797
1610
2818
1337
1966

Aledo,Ill
Alexis, Ill.»
Allen, Okla
Allenwood, Pa. 3
Arlington, Nebr
Atwood, 111.6
Ayrshire, Iowa 6
Bellevue, Iowa
Bancroft, Idaho
_
Billings, Mont
Bishop, Tex.2
Bishopville, S. C
Bixby, OklaBlairstown, N. J
Blockton, Iowa
Blossom, Tex. 2
Blytheville, Ark
Bottineau, N. Dak.2_
Bradford, Ohio 6
Brantley, Ala..
Brockway, Pa. 3




Title

First National Bank,
.do..
Citizens National Bank
First National Bank
_.
Albion National Bank
Farmers & Merchants National Bank.
First National Bank.
.do..
.do..
Allenwood National Bank.
First National Bank
.do
_do_.
.do..
..doAmerican National Bank_
First National Bank
do
.doPeoples National Bank
First National Bank
Blossom National Bank...
First National Bank
Bottineau National Bank.
First National Bank
do
,
do

Date receiver
appointed

Date finally
closed or
restored to
solvency

Aug. 10,1932 Mar. 31,1936
Jan. 28,1931 Feb. 6,1936
Feb. 18,1927 Sept. 29,1936
Apr. 27,1932 May 28,1936
.---do
do
May 17,1927 Nov. 30,1935
Sept.
Mar.
Nov.
Dec.
June
Dec.
Aug.
June
Aug.
Sept.
Oct.
Jan.
Feb.
Oct.
Oct.
Mar.
Nov.
June
May
Feb.
Feb.

27.1928
15,1932
14,1932
22,1932
17,1932
5.1933
12.1930
25,1934
20.1931
23,1922
15,1931
18.1930
20.1929

29.1931
22,1931
17,1931
6,1931
23.1931
1.1934
17.1930
11.1932

Aug. 29,1936
Oct. 31,1936
Oct. 29,1936
Oct. 17,1936
Aug. 25,1936
Oct. 24,1936
Dec. 10.1935
Oct. 17.1936
Dec. 31.1935
M a y 21.1936
Nov. 12.1935
Sept. 28.1936
Jan. 16,1936
Oct. 29,1936
Oct. 31,1936
Nov. 30,1935
Aug. 5,1936
Nov. 14.1935
Sept. 22.1936
Jan. 11,1936
Sept. 12,1936

Capital

Total liTotal as- Total de- abilities
estabsets and posits at lished to
stock as- date of
date of
sessment failure
final
closing

Total
dividends
and
distributions
paid

$50, 000 $629,006 $376, 739 $474,816 $224,611
25,000
(4)
50, 000 1,131,444 "887,164" 948,903 625,386
141,305
28,493
50,000 249, 834
151,840
50,000
27,784
50,000 263,921 396,354 432,962 278,667
595,011
566,078 278,291
50,000 670,847 457,596
132,168
29,417
61, 598
50,000
155,283 106,313
46,544
109,359
25,000
19, 623
25,000
25,000
19,601
47,696
25,000
173,059
86,685
118,458
25,000 201,635 105,669
140,029 106, 705
25,000 228, 739 131,813
168,642
57. 561
75,000 683,844 390,909
540,972 409,995
25,000
156,086
78,824
48,375
57, 603
150,000 920, 584 512,069 630,209 149,923
116,908 150,958
66,176
25,000 212,006
100,000 825, 764 465,914 566,657 129, 965
182,634
80. 603
25,000 258, 717 181,685
50,000 541. 402 399,048 399.532 379, 797
25,000 180, 563 118,042 132, 221
38. 396
134, 682
30,000
55,161
73,023
39, 611
100,000 480,920 166, 331 193,914 149, 571
25,000 433,871
267,165 353,420
67, 294
125, 000 696, 702 309, 569 466,845 258,839
131, 706 146,047
50,000 289,876
86,158
102,858
35,000
28,417
35, 016

Percent
Total payments to Percent total payments
secured
and pre- dividends including
offsets
paid
ferred
allowed
to total
creditors
to total
claims
except
liabilities
proved
through
(secured
estabdividends, and unto
including secured) lishedof
date
final
allowed
closing
$103,456

60.53

69.09

152, 533
19,064
23,793
71,729

78.49
20. 278
18. 589
77. 46

81.98
33.66
33.97
80.93

139, 605
32,168
32,199

65. 61
59.12277
60. 82
« 108. 018
55.136
« 108. 521
51. 97
7 110. 21
s i l l . 65
27. 88
72
25. 975
76. 76
8 101. 52
34. 61
68.95
]
s 110. 25
27. 93
7 109. 04
70.225
27.6274 !

73.82
99.98
72
100.11
68.44
105. 86
68.1
107.04
99.69
40.90
82.65
41.11
84.33
101.19
45.06
75.08
106. 24
53.32
103.98
74.68
27.63

33,375
41, 525
57, 288
169,087
30,206
107, 830
58,593
103,007
73,410
24,483
21,183
15, 212
56,441
121,167
226, 574
22,917

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First National Bank in..
First National Bank
.do_
Peoples National Bank
First National Bank
Noble County National
Bank.
2074 Cambridge, Ohio 3__. Guernsey National Bank
2279 Carlsbad, Calif.2
First National Bank.
_
2427 Cement, Okla.<L
First National Bank in
2592 Ceylon, Minn. 6 .
First National Bank
1352 Cherokee, Iowa
Security National Bank
1975 Cherokee, Kans
First National Bank
2068 Chicago, 111
South Ashland National
Bank of Chicago.
Standard National Bank of
2061
do
Chicago.
2563 Clyde, Tex.26
Clyde National Bank
1937 Columbus, Mont
First National Bank
_.
1671 Coin, Iowa
.do
1350 Coffee Springs, Ala...
_do_
1235 Darlington, S. C
Carolina National Bank
2172 Dawson, Ga^ 2
_\ Dawson City National Bank
1579 Dawson, Minn.3
First National Bank
2008 Defiance, Ohio
.do
2007
.do s
Merchants National Bank..
975 Denver, Colo
Broadway National Bank...
2635 Dickinson Tex.3
First National Bank
2185 Dillwyn, Va.3
.do.
1763 Doon, Iowa
_do_
1712 Elba, Ala
_do_
2114 Eldora, Iowa
_do_
1418 Elgin, Nebr
_do_
1454 Elk Point, S. Dak. 2 ..
...do1617 Elliott, Iowa
_do__
2574 Elma, Wash.e
_do_
2218 Englewood, Kans. 2
_do_
1334 Ennis, Tex.2
.do.
2097 Enterprise, Ala.3
_do.
2193 Ephrata, Wash
_do_
1573 Essex, Iowa
Commercial National Bank,
2527 Exira, Iowa«
First National Bank
1375
2320 Farmland, Ind Iowa 6. New First National Bank in.
2793 Farnhamville,TennA.. First National Bank
do.
1325 Fayetteville,
_do_
2583 Florala, Ala
Florence, Ariz.e.
_do_
1812
.do2364 Frederic, Wis.2 3
Prairie Depot National Bank.
6
2774 Freeport, Ohio .
Garner,
Farmers National Bank
1876 Gasport,IowaY.*
N.
First National Bank
_.
See footnotes at end of table.
1967
2398
2242
1889
1397
1557

do.3

Bruin, Pa. 6
Buffalo Center, Iowa.
Burgettstown, Pa
Burt, Iowa 2 ... 3
_.
Caldwell, Ohio




do
Sept. 25,1933
Jan. 20,1933
Jan. 11,1932
Sept. 5,1930
Apr. 18,1931

Sept.
June
Sept.
Aug.
Feb.
July

14,1936
23,1936
19,1936
22,1936
25,1936
31,1936

65, 000
25,000
50,000
50,000
40,000
60,000

767,143
146,075
213, 270
268, 595
432,095
182,863

72, 348
71,163
152, 670
314, 987

708, 411
89,094
92, 252
159, 523
315, 502
56, 324

57, 215
69, 389
57, 651
129, 209
183, 829
42, 862

645,801 1 9.5975
24,152 107. 715
24, 468 84.15
40, 712 109.53
23;487 63.13
10, 379 89. 96016

99.24
104.99
89.02
106. 52
65.71
94.53

June
Feb.
Oct.
Dec.
Mar.
Feb.
June

Dec.
Sept.
Aug.
Aug.
May
Aug.
Sept.

23,1935
26,1936
31,1936
27,1936
21,1936
15,1936
15,1936

50, 000
25,000
25, 000
25,000
50, 000
25,000
200,000

147,394
152, 276
177, 369
183,867
259, 820
235, 366
583, 770

89, 557
86.156
86, 223
145,924
148, 625
94,732

73, 886
101,103
116, 699
111,451
153,468
158, 964
115, 533

40, 466
48, 702
44,467
55, 871
59,144
122,042
89,833

32, 792 78.08785
79.75
39,846
65, 621 80
32, 955 71.95
21, 362 44.95
94.15
30,155
26, 643 5105. 309

99.15
87.58
94.33
79.70
52.46
95.74
100. 82

June 25,1932

July 23,1936

300,000

886, 547

232, 536

265, 348

164, 279

Nov. 14,1933
Jan. 29,1932
Sept. 8,1931
Mar. 13,1930
Nov. 2,1928
Nov. 14,1932
M a y 14,1931
Apr. 11,1932
do
Jan. 16,1926
Dec. 19,1933
Nov. 21,1932
Oct. 22,1931
Oct. 6,1931
Aug. 10,1932
Nov. 3,1930
Dec. 16,1930
July 2,1931
Nov. 16,1933
Jan.
4,1933
Feb. 11,1930
July 18,1932
Dec. 2.1932
May 5,1931
Nov. 3.1933
June 25,1930
July 28,1933
Apr. 9,1934
Jan. 13,1930
Dec. 5,1933
Nov. 17,1931
Sept. 5,1933
Mar. 20,1934
Dec. 30,1931

Dec. 13,1935
Feb. 14,1936
Sept. 26,1936
Jan. 14,1936
Mar. 31,1936
Sept. 15,1936
Aug. 15,1936
Oct. 31,1936
do
Dec. 31,1935
Dec. 12,1935
June 27,1936
Aug. 14,1936
Sept. 25,1936
Oct. 29,1936
Feb. 15,1936
Dec. 31,1935
Feb. 26,1936
July 15,1936
Sept. 28.1936
Jan.
8,1936
May 28,1936
Oct. 30,1936
Oct. 28,1936
Sept. 30,1936
July 29,1936
Sept. 15,1936
Sept. 9,1936
Oct. 31,1936
Oct. 28,1936
Feb. 19,1936
Oct. 31,1936
July 21,1936
Nov. 18,1935

30, 566
181, 272
25,000
85, 417 120,496
25.000 267,505
141, 978 177,830
29, 848
50,000 269,478
58, 404
98, 743 117,448
52, 380
25, 000 147, 928
31, 555
27,152
100,000 907,441
600, 598 749, 685 244, 596
100, 000 774, 626 162, 938 479, 893 185, 967
30,000 375, 209 212,097 244, 551
49, 609
105, 795
100,000 265,149
21, 657
167,921
10, 761
100,000 329,181
2, 832. 494 2,318, 247 2,324, 213 1, 525, 623
200, 000
12, 781
9,182
43, 451
25,000
26,156
70, 000
24,067
50, 000
152, 699 180,106
68, 791
50, 000 300,129
35, 048
100,000 681, 983 167,137 372, 533
50, 000 623, 409 371, 924 421, 756 268, 862
62, 893
105, 407 159, 301
50.000 306,108
70, 515
25, 000 288, 317 168, 865 211, 367
50, 000 309, 060 144. 998 159, 001 130,090
97,832
25, 000 267, 556 147, 382 192, 450
103, 383
10, 702
39,404
25, 000 183, 736
100, 000 713, 231 504, 083 506, 007 319,239
127, 289
31, 207
100, 000 459, 924
83, 934 121, 234
29, 303
25, 000 187, 252
50, 000 342, 065 167, 634 198,118
148, 268
89, 815
35, 000 252,158
98, 004 165, 317
67, 363
25,000 188, 885 120, 624 153, 794
40, 000 288, 482 109, 010 176, 342 114,191
60, 000 564, 721 294,118 357, 612 268, 375
100, 000 689,140 311,827 429, 301 209, 001
25,000 461, 016 354, 241 809, 010
75, 529
25, 000 379, 921 247, 094 323, 410
30,086
29, 093
25, 000
67 062
11, 402
50,000 502, 367 267, 932 407, 347
265, 769
25,000 303, 614 150, 444 234, 252
84, 367

29,1932
15,1933
4,1933
8,1933
17,1930
17,1932
27,1932

108, 054 5 107
43,110 41.17
87, 545 32.4
25,417 63.8
16,253 85.18
257,323 45
312, 582 118.17
73,149 27.32
43, 708 20.93
9.945
40,341
348, 431 6 77.71
74. 65
3,599
43,951
174, 945
90,655
80, 461
67, 508
24, 636
104,488
73, 504
85,387
51, 031
66, 555
40, 599
71, 633
29, 263
70, 601
105,998
139, 223
312, 362
66,980
11,129
159, 970
98,988

92.0129
48.12
12.6
81.8
81
47.09
96.88
112.808
30
77. 743
24. 533
45.74
94.12
96.48
54.85
> 107.95
U08.443
66.97
90.52
10.115
42. 631
«108.938
62.57

102. 63
61.14
66.01
71.37
91.27
66.95

103.89
50.20
61.78
30.43
80.63
100
92.01
62.6
56.37
85. 24
89.99
65.30
97.31
105.13
81.45
79.96
64.61
79.07
95.53
97.66
62.83
104. 79
104. 69
81. 11
47.95
30.01
77.44
104.52
78.27
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National bank receiverships, the affairs of which were finally closed or restored to solvency during the year ended Oct. SI, 1936 1—-Continued

Trust
no.

Location

2217
2345
2012
1395
2208

George, Iowa 2
Gig Harbor, Wash.e...
Glasgow, Ky
Glenwood City, Wis.2.
Glenwood Springs,
Colo.
Granville, N. Y.s
Grass Range, Mont...
Greene, N. Y.3
Greenwood, Ind. 6
Gregory, S. Dak
Griggsville, 111
Harveysburg, Ohio 6_.
Hattiesburg, Miss
Hazard, Ky.s
Howe, Tex.2
Hudson, Wis.e
__.
Huron, S. Dak
.do 3.
Idabel, Okla.2 2
Indianola, Iowa
Inwood, IowTa T
Iowa Falls, Iow 2a.
Ivanhoe, Minn.
Jonesboro, Ark
Junction City, Ark_...
Kansas, 111
Kendallville, Ind
Kerman, Calif. _
Kingston, Tenn_.
La Pine, Ala
Lake Benton, Minn. 3 .
Laurens, S. C
Le Sueur, Minn

2183
1383
2901
2905
955
1923
2474
1599
1353
1406
2753
781
816
1362
2123
1466
2089
1548
1004
1440
1459
2000
2079
1868
1526
2465
1455
2280




Total liTotal as- Total de- abilities
estabsets and posits at
to
stock as- date of lishedof
date
sessment failure
final
closing

Percent
Total paytotal payments to
Percent
ments
secured dividends including
Total
and predivipaid
offsets
ferred
dends
to tota
allowed
creditors
and
claims
to total
except
distriproved
liabilities
through
butions dividends (secured
estab:
paid
and unincluding secured) lished to
date of
offsets
final
allowed
closing

Date receiver
appointed

Date finally
closed or
restored to
solvency

First National Bank.
.....do
do
Farmers National Bank
Citizens National Bank

Jan.
Aug.
Apr.
Aug.
Dec.

4,1933
18,1933
15,1932
22,1930
29,1932

Mar.
Feb.
June
Dec.
Oct.

20,1936
20,1936
19,1936
10,1935
29,1936

$25, 000 $261, 675 $148, 583 $193, 052 $135,411
45, 484
25, 000 218, 070 110, 618 168, 928
50, 000 469, 851 292, 506 368, 681 217, 613
235,172
106,232
25, 000 266, 331 159,497
50, 000 713, 624 411, 533 511,407 238, 731

$48. 735
108, 793
86, 854
50, 417
1C1, 839

Granville National Bank....
First National Bank
..do.
Citizens National Bank
Gregory National Bank
Griggsville National Bank..
Harveysburg National Bank.
Commercial National Bank.
First National Bank
Farmers National Bank
National Bank of
.do.
City National Bank
State National Bank
First National Bank
Farmers National Bank..
State National Bank
First National Bank
.do.
.do.
Kansas National Bank__
Citizens National Bank.
First National Bank in..
First National Bank
do

Nov. 21,1932
July 9,1930
Oct. 20,1934
do
Nov. 25,1925
Jan. 26,1932
Oct. 25,1933
June 12,1931
Mar. 18,1930
Oct. 8.1930
Mar. 1,1934
Mar. 14,1924
June 10,1924
Apr. 19,1930
Aug. 20,1932
Dec. 20,1930
July 7,1932
Apr. 9.1931
June 4,1926
Dec. 3,1930
Dec. 17,1930
Mar. 16,1932
July 2.1932
Dec. 24,1931
Mar. 3,1931
Oct. 25,1933
Dec. 16,1930
Feb. 15,1933

June
Mar.
June
Aug.
Dec.
Mar.
Sept.
Aug.
Oct.
Mar.
Aug.
July
July
Feb.
Apr.
May
Sept.
Jan,
Feb.
Sept.
Sept.
Oct.
Jan.
Feb.
Jan.
May
Apr.
Sept.

30,1936
7,1936
30,1936
15,1936
28.1935
31.1936
18,1936
14,1936
31,1936
31,1936
13,1936
30,1936
30,1936
21,1936
22,1936
16,1936
19,1936
25,1936
24,1936
23,1936
19,1936
30,1936
31,1936
21,1936
31,1936
16,1936
15,1936
29,1936

177, 642
50,000
222, 499
30, 000 207, 361
98, 545 135,892
271, 834
50,000
372, 327
25, 000 391, 587 207, 700 282, 474
50, 000 549, 210 290, 520 422,181
50,000
381, 813 220, 646 246, 027
54, 644
25, 000 106,672
75, 399
100, 000 1,127, 478 759, 379 810, 284
100, 000 315, 982
110,834
30,000
89, 674
152, 633
69, 222
50, 000 535, 512
419, r ~
65, 000 2,366, 246 1, 307, 918 2, 054,178
50, 000
3,089
3,089
50, 000
50, 000 465,126
259, 857 331,411
50,000
595, 434 365,052 457,012
40, 000 297,371
177, 727 206, 421
50, 000 542, 511 385, 585 422, 370
25,000
179, 615 231,180
316,884
100,000 820,183 419, 317 631, 499
25,000
371, 520 296,096
296, 415
50,000 455, 961 216, 325 265, 653
80,000
702, 530 434,087 500, 839
25,000
177, 823 246, 722
252,803
25,000
67,022
151, 497
87, 296
25,000
50,808
151, 606
74, 320
25,000
66, 356
27, 943
50,000
238, 226
86, 645 128,179
25,000 408,030
284, 451 362,043

94, 198 19.54914
79, 322 21.5
147,116 5 15. 2114
82, 855 111.82
167, 840 8 29
41, 723 105. 9
27, 054 6 108. 206
385, 034 35
27, 515 32.15
46.7
27,929
107, 069 i 109. 068
24. 731
735,485
3, f
179, 458 20.55
75. 6597
200,323
74.2
53,311
122, 395 67.15
73, 963 49.47
252,036 41.52
6, 715 95.14
65,192 82.17
128, 770 > 100. 86
122, 616 59.55
27, 645 72.49
25, 966 48.1
13. 291
3,194
49, 545 27.79
217, 536 41.41

Title

Farmers National Bank..
First National Bank

Capital

CO

00

33, 742
11,214
40, 741
221, 347
81, 808
214, 554
51, 750
240, 703
35,625
28,191
340, 288
389,172
31, 414
192,047
121, 344
210,969
82, 773
171, 840
274,088
162, 979
375, 433
74, 397
44, 702
24, 459
3,714
31, 817
60,056

93. 417
75.97
77.23
55.75
65.11

95.39
91.33
82.58
66.61
78.33
72.02
66.62
69.11
107. 69
59. 13
104. 17
104. 52
78.46
56.97
62. 58
100. 52
54.75
100
63.63
85.86
84.61
78.93
67.80
67.12
94.73
85.89
100. 67
79.85
82.88
67.85
24.72
63.48
76.67

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1782
1441
2705
2052
1360
1900
1570

do
First National Bank of Fergus County in
Lincoln, Ala
First National Bank
do
Lindsay, Calif.3
do
Lost Nation, Iowa
Lott, Tex.26
First National Bank in
Ludlow, Mo
First National Bank
Luverne, M i n n .
_ First & Farmers National
Bank in.
National Bank of__
Lynwood, Calif.2
First National Bank
Macedon, N . Y
Macksburg National Bank..
Macksburg, Iowa 3
Manchester, Iowa 2 - _ . First National Bank
Manistee, Mich. 6
I
do
Maquon, 111
j
do
,
Mayville, Wis. 6
I
do
Merrill, Iowa 2
I
do
Mesa, Ariz
|
do
Middleport, N . Y. 2 __J
do
Midland City, Ala
!
do
Mil ford, Iowa
i Security National Bank
Millsboro, Pa
j First National Bank
Milton, Iowa
i National Bank of Milton
Mobile, Ala.3
Mobile National Bank,
Mobridge, S. Dak. 2 ._.i Security National Bank
Monte Vista, Colo
First National Bank
Moorhead, Minn 2
i First & Moorhead National
Bank.
Mora, Minn.2
First National Bank
Mount Sterling, 111
First National Bank in
do 3
.
j First National Bank of
Mount Vernon, Ind. 3 .1 Mount Vernon National
!
Bank & Trust Co.
Mountain Lake, Minn.! First National Bank
Mullens, W. Va
'<
do.
Mullins, S; C
|
do.
Napoleon, Ohio 3
do.
Nephi, Utah
Nephi National Bank
Farmers National Bank
New Bedford, 111
New Cumberland, W. First National Bank.
Va.
New Windsor, M d
,
do
Newport, Tenn
\
do
Olive, Calif.*
!
do.
Oneida, 111
do.
3
Oskaloosa, Iowa
Farmers National Bank
Osnabrock, N . Dak. 2 .. First National Bank
Paris, 111.3
First National Bank &

2289

Pawhuska, Okla.s

1656
799
2191
2525
1882
2316
1489
1538
1590
1550
1859
1263
2609
1304
2778
1681
2066
1875
1692
1577
1564
2059
2763
1675
1957
1253
1678
1322
1460
2707
1598
1189
1847
2800
1925
1698
1177

Lehigh,l owa
Lewistown, Mont

Trust Co.
Liberty National Bank

See footnotes at end of table.




Aug. 17,1931
Apr. 12,1924

June 11,1936
M a y 27,1936

245, 996
25,000
9,358 57.64
245, 796
136, 342
320, 901
300, 000 5, 074, 990 3, 506, 398 4, 399, 361 1, 476, 986 1, 587,915 50.073

Dec.
Nov.
Jan.
July
Jan.
Mar.

1,1932
2,1933
11,1932
25,1933
9,1931
23,1931

Apr.
May
July
Nov.
May
Sept.

30,1936
12,1936
24,1936
30,1935
29.1936
28,1936

25, 000
129, 396
75,000
75,000
252, 656
40, 000
25, 000
334,954
25,000
195, 345
100,000 1,351,251

56, 437
100, 229
155,018
193,883!
113,157

5,045
33, 796
66, 462
86, 992
71, 650
226, 822

65,
75,
44,
350,

May
Apr.
Dec.
Feb.
Dec
Aug.
Mar.
Sept.
June
Dec.
Sept.
May
Apr.
June
Mar.
Sept.
Feb.
Dec.

29,1931
10,1931
22,1931
13,1929
12.1933
14,1929
23.1934
18.1931
27.1932
30,1931
"28,1931
11,1931
28.1931
25.1932
8,1934
11,1931
8,1932
24,1928

Apr.
June
Mar.
Apr.
Sept.
Sept.
Aug.
Jan.
Sept.
Nov.
Aug.
Mar.
Sept.
Sept.
Mar.
Sept.
Dec.
Nov.

23,1936
19,1936
24,1936
15,1936
16,1936
17,1936
25,1936
17,1936
30,1936
16.1935
14.1936
27,1936
25,1936
23,1936
31,1936
19,1936
20,1935
30,1935

197, 992 244,266
346, 913
50,000
326,498
25,000
263, 330
369, 846
25,000
20, 854
71,661
620, 644
50, 000
558, 579
787, 063
644, 673
100, 000
542, 581
973,965
159, 566
35, 000
127,145
231, 583
393, 796
50, 000
506, 517 317, 405
2ie, 054
40, 000
202, 458
328,347
441, 816
100, 000
376, 468
662, 483
528, 526
25, 000
379, 498
593,305
139,449
35, 000
45, 452
249, 363
212, 536
50, 000
176, 814
405, 621
107,398
25, 000
88, 582
176, 055
83,921
25, 000
77, 414
155, 689
489, 780
200, 000
821, 560
190, 687
111, 174
323, 667
50, 000
221, 598
50, 000
148, 271
400, 017
150, 000 2, 478, 500 1, 896, 450 2, 075, 830

31, 429
194. 211
9,976
419, 273
434,859
114, 499
335, 248
122,482
232, 210
212, 612
15, 212
87,904
68, 225
56, 687
108, 294
32, 211
30,917
981, 430

172, 471 43.35
49, 016 70.07
10, 753 52. 2359
101, 579 80.91
245, 503 s110.538
47,168 8101. 48
87,104 7109.6
33, 748 66.37
176, 882 87.72
191, 336 63.22
97, 261 34.45
50, 597 55.42
23,483 82.08
15,854 83.98
314,153 22.110837
110,906 27. 38
105,498 24. 57
539,402 10 63.38

Sept.
Jan.
Dec.
Jan.

14,1931
7,1930
17,1930
30,1934

Oct. 28,1936
do
May 27,1936
Jan. 31,1936

June
Jan.
Dec.
Apr.
Jan.
Oct.
Nov.

12,1931
16,1928
14,1931
11,1934
26,1932
1,1931
21,1927

Dec.
Apr.
July
Oct.
Aug.
Sept.
Aug.

28,1935
24,1936
29,1936
31,1936
8,1936
19.1936
27,1936

Oct.
Dec.
Jan.
June
ADr.
Jan.
May

29,1931
4,1930
26,1934
21,1932
9,1930
18,1932
4,1931

June
June
July
July
Apr.
July
May

25,1936
30,1936
16,1936
7,1936
21,1936
22,1936
26,1936

Mar.

8,1933

M a y 20,1936

15, 492
90, 906
70, 846
78,187
708, 566

32, 266
930
415
780
393

11.95
33. 7196
75.08
75.59
98.1
38.18

59.23
69.67
66.11
33.72
85.4
83.77
102.89
64. 20
83.47
74. 50
99.4
83.92
105. 54
101. 32
107. 25
72.31
92.59
76.43
80.66
65.17
85.39
86.44
86.25
75. 05
61.56
73.26

000
000
000
000

445, 425
990, 778
795,837
216,153

333, 809
487, 752

351, 382
879,183
561, 519
153, 987

163, 444
95, 288
52, 676
37, 560

97,969 64.3
419, 860 21.02
9.8649
141,171
89, 336 24. 539

74. 40
58. 59
34.52
82.41

25. 000
25, 000
50, 000
50, 000
50, 000
25. 000
50, 000

345, 244
289, 201
280, 671
184, 267
301, 320
163. 397
753, 766

253,118
185, 768
177, 284

256,157
239, 509
179, 389
69,921
145, 388
97, 361
659, 751

179, 682
100, 633
113,359
16,932
41, 703
79, 307
90,488

30, 757 79.94
76, 242 62.28
18, 470 70. 333
13, 088 24. 217
65, 961 48.65
20, 603 97.25
101, 500 16.375

82.15
73.85
73.49
42.93
74.05
102. 62
29.10

477, 734
488,161

414, 015
364,105
45, 537
94, 299
70, 403
55, 217
102, 233

29, 792 92.46
77, 685 88.95
45. 799 5112.93
37, 657 5108. 73
70,4
2,619 59. 85
519, 393 17. 217

92.9
90.50
105. 61
105. 78
70.4
60.95
85.38

15, 652

9,076 112.22

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104. 86

25,
50,
100,
50,

96,108
90,100
550, 814

699, 597
77, 000
50, 000
615, 525
25, 000
137, 202
36,000
199, 534
100, 000
100,000
148, 365
25, 000
150, 000 1, 015,196

465, 232
428,125
69, 927
95, 768
94,147
601, 607

124, 747
100,000,
94, 889!
723, 089!

211, 726

9,009

23, 5321

100, 000

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National bank receiverships, the affairs of which were finally closed or restored to solvency during the year ended Oct. 31, 1936 l—Continued

Trust
no.

Location

Title

1472
2138
1429
1734
1571
2274

Pecan Gap, Tex.2 __
Peetz, Colo..
Plymouth, 111.2 2
Pollock, S. Dak.2
Pomeroy, Iowa 3
Poseyville, Ind.

Pecan Gap National Bank..
First National Bank
.do.
.-do..
..do..
Bozeman Waters National

1266
2706
1486
1672
2157
1243
2596
1465
2288
1435
2256
1335
2238

Punta Gorda, Fla
First National Bank
.do.
Kadcliffe, Iowa 3
-do..
Rails, Tex
_do..
Randolph, Iowa
-do..
Reynolds, Ga
-do..
Richland Center, Wis.
.do..
Rock Lake, N. Dak.2 e
_do_.
Rock Rapids, Iowa__.
_do-.
Rockport, Ind2
_do_.
Roland, Iowa
.do..
Roodhouse, 111
.—.do
•
_
Roy, Mont
Twelfth Street National
St. Louis, Mo
Bank.
Salem, N . Y
_ Peoples National Bank
First National Bank
Sanford, Fla
.do.
Sebring, Fla
.do..
Sevierville, Tenn
Shenandoah;Iowa
..doNational Bank of Sidney
Sidney, Iowa
Sioux National Bank in
Sioux City, Iowa
First National Bank
Sisseton, S. Dak
National Bank of Snow Hill.
Snow Hill, N. C
Exchange National Bank
Spokane, Wash
First National Bank
__.
Stanford, Mont
Commercial National Bank.
Statesville, N . C.2
Summerfield, Ohio&-. First National Bank

Date receiver
appointed

Date finally
closed or
restored to
solvency-




52.32
81.25
92.95
37.11
63. 58
89.34

71, 386 67.24
4,968 s 105. 833
39, 338 88.1
16,' ' 86.5
54, 817 50.7
99, 236 35. 873
29, 213 29.5
89, 823 69.4
116. 382 53.43
53. 838 48.52
51, 277 «106.0
28, 478 41.85
352,975 «106.01

72.38
100
91.62
88.85
71.72
43.02
64.29
77.68
77. 58
58.11
104. 71
68.10
103. 33

60, 406 80. 519
40, 000 644, 552 524, 655 563, 921 403, 759
653, 587 59. 333
150,000 2, 484, 554 1, 713, 486 1, 910, 374 753, 778
196,109
100, 000 678, 983 390, 452 454, 532
88, 715
30.7
60, 000 412, 909 223,140
75, 740 61.53
335, 701 161,939
50,000 1, 557, 612 635, 983 1, 024, 068 250, 301
414, 537 41.12
60,000
437, 076 187, 069 233, 359 138, 705
47, 271 73.8
400,000 5,138,440 3, 438, 611 4,087, 641 1,201,681 1, 328, 266 43.65
75, 000 478, 576 254, 7S2 310, 390
4.0,032
97, 377 14.35
50, 000 226, 233
84, 313 122, 724
55, 472 7 41.2
31,515
1, 000, 000 11 675, 4047, 500, 236 8, 836, 004 6, 698, 038 2, 285, 585 8 102.833
.
,
35,000
101, 801
34.402 105. 23
185, 749 101,031
69, 435
100,000 1, 978, 079 910,884 1, 322, 415 574, 442
409,134 7 63. 337
25, 000 201, 279 104, 879 117, 640 112,190
13,006 108.8

82.31
73.67
62.66
70.80
64.92
79.7
61.89
44.27
70.88
101. 78
102
74.38
106.42

26,1930
21,1932
21,1930
1-3,1931
5,1931
13,1933

Mar.
Apr.
May
June
June
June

31,1936
24,1936
20,1936
27,1936
6,1936
15 1936

$25,000 $169, 965 $113, 720 $114,003
81,845
34, 768
25, 000 133, 662
98, 590 117,199
25, 000 174, 303
164, 728
25, 000 219, 587 116,
292, 763 146, 212 164, 827
40,000
67, 723
154, 742
50,000

Feb.
Jan.
Jan.
Sept.
Oct.
Nov.
Dec.
Dec.
Mar.
Nov.
Feb.
Feb.
Jan.

18.1929
30,1934
6,1931
8,1931
20.1932
26.1928
8,1933
20.1930
3,1933
29.1930
1,1933
11, 1930
19.1933

Apr.
July
Sept.
Nov.
Aug.
Mar.
June
June
July
Mar.
Sept.
Dec.
Oct.

30,1936
17,1936
14,1936
16.1935

50, 000 611,129
50, 000 124, 676
25, 000 153, 324
45, 000 210, 043
25, 000 183, 353
50, 000 1, 015, 242
25,000
114,002
100, 000 537, 249
35, 000 353, 238
40, 000 401, 744
50, 000 379, 43^
25, 000 150,180
300, 000 1, 851. 665

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

Aug. 22,1936
July 24,1936
4.1929 June 11,1936
13, 1932 Oct. 31,1936
13,1926 Dec. 30,1935
15.1931 Oct. 27,1936
8.1930 July 31,1936
1.1931 M a y 12,1936
11.1932 Sept. 12,1936
18.1929 Sept. 16,1936
2,1931 Jan. 30,1936
19, 1928 M a r . 18,1936
21.1933 Aug. 28,1936
23.1931
15.1929

25.1936
31,1936
26,1936
16,1936
31,1936
11,1936
2,1936
31.1935
27.1936

Total
dividends
and
distributions
paid

48.32
44.9
90.4
8.22
51.9
34. 6461

Dec.
Sept.
Nov.
Oct.
May
Feb.

Bank.

1685
1298
1283
2121
998
1740
1445
1700
1887
1258
1825
1213
2639

Capita]

Total liTotal as- Total de- abilities
estabsets and posits at
to
stock as- date of lished of
date
sessment failure
final
closing

Percent
Total paytotal payments to
ments
Percent
secured
and pre- dividends including
offsets
paid
ferred
allowed
to total
creditors
to total
claims
except
liabilities
proved
through
(secured
estabdividends, and unincluding secured) lished to
date of
offsets
final
allowed
closing

455, 591

458, 476
8,765
92, 399
56, 590
59,025
70, 651
73, 729 125, 936
804, 491 868, 073
30, 656
58, 486
257,123
309, 501
175, 958 268, 355
260, 008 294, 888
266, r
268, 600
71, 454
57, 625
853,966 1, 216, 393

$51, 091
11.931
80, 420
11,778
66, 617
23,463
260, 444
3,797
45, 316
46, 506
35, 508
274, 200
8,388
150, 612
91,816
117, 507
229, 967
20,182
903,974

$8, 559
54, 564
28, 513
49, 349
38, 182
37, 040

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o
d
3
o
l

2100
1663
1846
2024
1572
2071
1683

Sumter, S. C.3
Sweet Springs, Mo
Sweetwater, Tex
Tampa, Fla.3
Terra Bella, Calif2
Thompson, Iowa.
Three Forks, M o a t . - .

1480
1343
1469
1534
2567
1857
1410
2424
1561
1421
1632
1245
13a

Titonka, Iowa
Tranquillity, Calif
Tyler, MinnA.
Veedersburg, Ind
Versailles. Mo. 3
VictorvMe, Calif.*
Villisca, Iowa.
Wakarusa, Ind. 6
Waldron, Ark
Walnut Ridge, Ark...
Walthill, Nebr
Warren, Ind
Washington, D. C

1269
2754
2164

Wauchula, Fla
Webster Groves, Mo. 6
Welch, W. Va.3

1432
1874
2423
1774
2237
1824
2785

Westfield, 111
White House Station,
N. J.
Whiteland, Ind. 6
Wilcox, Pa
Winter Haven, Fla.s..
Zillah, Wash 3
Conrad, Iowa

City National Bank..
First National Bank,
.do.
National City Bank..
First National Bank,
.doLabor National Bank of
Montana at.
First National Bank
.do.
,.do_
_do.
..do.
.do.,
.do.
..do.
..do.
Planters National Bank
Walthill National Bank
First National B a n k . . .
Woodridge Langdon Savings
& Commercial Bank.
Carlton National Bank
First National Bank in
McDowell County National
Bank.
First National Bank
.....do
Whiteland National B a n k . .
Wilcox National Bank
Snell National Bank
First National Bank
..—do

18,1936
30,1936
28,1936
18,1936
17,1936
28,1936
18,1936

150,000 624, 424
50,000 219,571
100,000 997,949
500,000 2,055, 730
25,000 211, 591
50,000 391,317
25,000 221,075

223, 320
114, 507
698,196
585, 645
132,179
209,738
155,607

99, 545
67,114
278,819
300,254
67,342
108,351
64,584

123,774 49. 64715
15,140 67.72
228,027 5 57.15
285,391 116.6368
50,553
75.76
61,842 70.95
64,067 69.78

100
71.83
72.59
100
89.19
81.15

235, 260
315,319
544, 632
183. 204
46^ 545
287, 700
496,127
106, 320
204, 470
104,150
90, 681
204, 224

103,170
190,799
305,336
138,778
8,408
83, 584
330, 811
94,319
101, 534
37,856
41,182
107,980

36, 723 52.07
118, 508 93
122,620 66.67
44,081 100
108
18.0654
140, 751 50.68
29,305 71.025
17,854 8107.9
59, 522 71.8
57.9
37,381
26, 342 64.6
58
18,959

59.46
98.09
78.58
99.81
18.30
77.98
72.59
105. 51
78.77
72.24
74.46
62.16

411, 262
162,718

490,995
276,486
284, 597

190, 744
166, 816
192,431

127,312 49.7
122,450 «109.6628
26,058
67. 6154

64.78
104.62
76.77

246, 458
630,864

254, 522
676, 203

192,121
486,323

17,001
108,628

81.26
86.0266

85,002

108,966
243, 888
136,445
232,087
24,063

86,349
216,919
108, 206
42,997
10,108

82.16
87.98
106. 01
93.29
79.30
50. 62
100

1, 674
103, 765
588,864

July
Aug.
Dec.
May
May
June
Sept.

21,1932
24,1931
14,1931
20,1932
5,1931
28,1932
19,1931

Sept.
Apr.
Aug.
Feb.
Feb.
Sept.
Mar.

Dec.
Feb.
Dee.
Mar.
Nov.
Dec.
Oct.
Oct.
Apr.
Nov.
July
Dec.
Apr.

30,1930
27,1930
23.1930
19.1931
15,1933
21,19.31
18.1930
3.1933
22.1931
11.1930
20.1931
7,1928
9.1934

Mar. 7,1936
Oct. 29,1936
do
July 25,1936
Sept. 22,1936
Feb. 6,1936
July 30,1936
Dec. 4,1935
Oct. 29,1936
Aug. 26,1936
Sept. 25,1936
June 26,1936
Nov. 11,1935

25,000
50,000
25,000
35,000
30,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
50,000

282,144
435, 389
723,438
280,938
30,164
371, 586
693,646
166,112
277, 644
172,510
162,138
237, 670

209, 247
310,857
505,190
156,056

Feb. 21,1929
Mar. 1,1934
Oct. 25,1932

Dec. 28,1935
Aug. 31,1936
Apr. 25,1936

50,000
100,000
250,000

676,302
412,739
805,292

Nov. 28,1930
Dec. 30,1931

Oct. 30,1936
July 22,1936

50,000
30,000

Oct. 3,1933
Oct. 27,1931
Jan. 19,1933
Dec. 3,1931
Mar. 28,1934

Sept. 21,1936
Oct. 20,1936
Sept. 16,1936
Oct. 31,1936
do

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

392,273
738, 396
156,544
362, 988
200,000
319, 520
70,909

116,308
146,345
136,077

236, 213
495, 272
94,153
187,347
87, 593
72,312
185, 804

193,750

29,171 7108.08
10, 603 93
79. 30381
74, 491 23
13, 955 12 47.8272

25,237, 593
13,727,000 115,840,810 62, 463, 442 82,039, 698 38, 779,112
1 Including District of Columbia State banks.
2 Final closing effected through "Termination loan" obtained from Reconstruction Finance Corporation. (38 banks.)
Receiver appointed to levy and collect stock assessment covering deficiency in value of assets sold, or to complete unfinished liquidation. (37 banks.)
No first or quarterly reports ever submitted; no assets whatsoever came into receiver's possession; no stock assessment levied; no funds collected by receiver; all expenses borne
by creditor bank; receiver has waived any claim for services rendered by him. (1 bank.)
s Principal and interest paid in full. (22 banks.)
6
Formerly in conservatorship. (26 banks.)
7
Including dividends paid through or by purchasing bank. Principal and interest paid in full. (8 banks.)
8
Interest partially paid. (6 banks.)
9
74.65 principal dividend payment, in addition to which the single creditor received payments of 25.35 percent principal and 3.9 percent interest in full through the proceeds of
collateral collections and cash payments by the receiver other than dividends. (1 bank.)
10
Including dividends paid through or by purchasing bank. (1 bank.)
11 Restored to solvency. (1 bank.)
12 47.8272 percent principal dividend payment, in addition to which the single creditor received payments of 52.1728 percent principal and 6.16 percent interest in full through the
proceeds of collateral collections and cash payments by the receiver other than dividends. (1 bank.)
3
4




UNLICENSED NATIONAL BANKS

Administration oj unlicensed national banks, March 16,1933, to October
31, 1936
Inasmuch as the last conservatorship under the supervision of this
office was terminated on February 6, 1935, and there were no unlicensed banks, as such, to be reorganized or otherwise disposed of in
the year ended October 31, 1936, the summary and table following
have reference to the administration of all unlicensed banks in charge
of the Comptroller incident to the banking holiday. However, in
the year ended October 31, 1936, unsecured liabilities in these banks
released and made available to creditors amounted to $68,313,028, or
3.55 percent of the total of such liabilities outstanding on March 16,
1933.
As indicated in previous reports, there were 1,417 national banks,
including 10 nonnational banks in the District of Columbia, placed on
a restricted basis on March 16, 1933, the close of the holiday, 312 of
which were reorganized or otherwise eliminated without the appointment of conservators. These 1,417 banks had total assets as of December 31, 1932, for the nonconservator banks, and as shown by
conservators' first reports of condition, in the sum of $2,687,402,137,
capital of $198,457,820, borrowed money of $212,627,465, and total
deposits of $1,971,960,022. Their total unsecured liabilities were
$1,922,698,738, of which $1,520,662,159, or 79.09 percent, has been
made available to creditors in the period from March 16, 1933, to
October 31, 1936.
In reporting on the administration of the 1,417 banks, it will be
noted the banks have been segregated into 5 major groups: First,
banks licensed after capital corrections; second, banks reorganized
by waiver or rehabilitation; third, banks reorganized by Spokane
sale; fourth, banks placed in voluntary liquidation; and fifth, banks
placed in receivership, plans for reorganization having been disapproved.
The first group, comprising 292 banks which were licensed after
capital corrections, had unsecured liabilities at the holiday of $305,638,919, all of which had been released to creditors prior to October
31, 1936.
In the second group are 565 banks, with unsecured liabilities of
$594,604,830, which were reorganized by waiver or rehabilitation.
These banks have made available to creditors $490,367,919, or 82.47
percent, of the liabilities mentioned. Included in this group are 17
associations, absorbed by other national banks, which have released
78.97 percent of their unsecured liabilities; 18, absorbed by State
banks, which have released 87.74 percent; 282, reopened under new
charters, which have released 77.02 percent; and the remainder, or
248 banks, reopened under their old charters, have released 88.32
percent.
42




REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

43

The third group consists of 257 banks, with unsecured liabilities of
$882,901,854, which were reorganized under the so-called Spokane
sale plan. These associations have made available to creditors $643,515,824, or 72.89 percent, of such liabilities. Twenty-one of the banks
were absorbed by other associations, releasing 81.84 percent, while
the remaining 236, which were reopened under new charters, have
released 72.68 percent of their unsecured liabilities.
The fourth group is made up of 13 banks, with unsecured liabilities
totaling $1,343,597, which were placed in voluntary liquidation, having
made available for release 100 percent of such liabilities.
The fifth and last group comprises 290 banks which were placed in
receivership following disapproval of plans submitted for reorganization. These banks at the close of the holiday had unsecured liabilities
of $138,209,538, of which amount $79,795,900, or 57.74 percent, has
been made available by receivers for release to creditors.
The table following shows a statement of unlicensed national banks
and District of Columbia State banks as of March 16,1933, indicating,
and grouped in accordance with, the disposition or status thereof as of
October 31, 1936, together with various statistical data pertaining
to such banks.




Unlicensed national banks as of Mar. 16, 1983, indicanng, ana groupea in accoraance wnn, ine aisposiuon or status thereof as of Oct. 31, 1936,
with various statistical data pertaining to such banks 1

Groups of banks

Capital as
Total assets Total deposits
of
31, as of Dec. 31,
Num- Capital at of Dec. 31, as1932,Dec. as
1932, or as
1932, or as
or
ber of date of or- reported in
reported in
reported in
banks ganization conservators' conservators' conservators'
first reports
first reports
first reports

1

Unsecured
liabilities
released

Percent
of unsecured
liabilities
released

$28,614, 800

$395, 468, 355

$306, 821, 531

$14, 981,975

$305,638, 919

$305,638,919

100.00

17
18
282
248

710,000
875,000
22,308,000
14, 772,000

1,390, 000
1, 335,000
39,512, 500
21,893,000

14, 056, 815
14, 509, 635
440, 244,005
361,671, 765

9, 431, 290
10,174, 715
299, 457, 744
275,308,142

9, 431,187
10,174, 715
299,493, 920
275, 505, 008

7, 447, 442
8, 927,025
230, 659,875
243, 333, 577

78.97
87.74
77.02
88.32

21
236
13

1, 905, 000
27, 710, 020
380,000

2,300, 000
79,965,020
525, 000

29, 368, 727
1,190, 471, 908
2, 725, 441

21,934,162
895,105, 083
1, 343, 597

1,
1, 311, 671
46, 856, 330
27,243, 742
2, 548, 592
81,455,922
430, 618

20,070,016
862, 831, 838
1,343, 597

16, 425,830
627, 089,994
1, 343, 597

81.84
72.68
100.00

290

13,238,000

22,922, 500

238, 885,486

152, 383, 758

35, 799,831

138, 209, 538

79, 795,900

57.74

1,417 100,845,320

198,457,820

2,687, 402,137

1, 971, 960, 022

212, 627, 465 1, 922, 698, 738 1, 520, 662,159

79.09

Includes 10 unlicensed District of Columbia State banks.




Unsecured
liabilities

292 $18, 947,300

Banks licensed after capital corrections
Banks reorganized by waiver or rehabilitation:
Banks absorbed by another national bank
Banks absorbed by a State bank
Banks reopened under new charter
Banks reopened under old charter
Banks reorganized by Spokane sale:
Banks absorbed by another bank__
Banks reopened under new charter
Banks placed in voluntary liquidation.
Banks placed in receivership, plans for reorganization having been disapproved
•___
._.
Total unlicensed banks as of Mar. 16, 1933

Total borrowed money
as of Dec. 31,
1932, or as
reported in
conservators'
first reports

ORGANIZATION AND LIQUIDATION OF NATIONAL BANKS

At the close of the current year, October 31, 1936, there were in
existence 5,372 national banking associations having authorized common capital stock amounting to $1,268,423,736. These figures included banks that had ceased business but had not gone into voluntary
liquidation, and so remained technically in existence. During the
year ended October 31, 1936, there was a reduction of 59 in the number
of national banks, or a fraction over 1 percent, and an increase of
$7,107,555 in the amount of authorized common capital stock, or
approximately one-half of 1 percent of the total at the beginning of
the year. During the period under discussion, there was a net decrease
of $173,711,377.25 in the amount of outstanding preferred capital stock
issued by all national banks under the provisions of the act of March 9,
1933, so that the total amount outstanding at the close of the period
was $351,920,285.25. It will be noted that the net result was a reduction of $166,603,822.25 in the aggregate capital stock of all national
banks for the year ended October 31, 1936.
During the current year, there was an aggregate increase of $22,114,154 in the common capital stock of 361 national banks. Of this number 29 banks accomplished an increase of $1,184,170 by stock dividends
pursuant to the provisions of section 5142, U. S. R. S. Coincident with
retirement of preferred capital stock, 296 banks accomplished an increase of $13,005,290 by stock dividends declared by their respective
boards of directors pursuant to requirements of their articles of association; 32 banks issued an aggregate of $7,665,534 of additional common capital stock for cash; and 4 banks increased their common capital
stock by $259,160 through conversion of preferred capital stock to
common capital stock.
During this period 32 banks issued preferred capital stock in the
total amount of $11,270,000, of which $9,955,326 was purchased by
the Reconstruction Finance Corporation and the remainder, $1,314,674, was sold to other purchasers, usually shareholders of the issuing
banks. These increases of capital stock were the result generally of
continued effort on the part of the Office of the Comptroller of the
Currency looking to the improvement in the capital positions of national banking associations, so that all of them might provide the
security afforded depositors by a reasonable ratio of sound capital
structure to deposits.
Covering the entire period of national banking operations, up to and
including October 31, 1936, 14,365 national banking associations have
been authorized to begin business. Of these banks, 6,211 have voluntarily discontinued business and merged with other national or State
banks, consolidated with other national banking associations under
authority of the act of November 7, 1918, or gone into voluntary
liquidation in the manner provided by sections 5220 and 5221, U. S. R. S.
Exclusive of banks which failed but which subsequently were restored
to solvency, loss to the national banking system since its inception on




45

46

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

February 25, 1863, through receiverships has been 2,782. Thus the
number of these receiverships has been about 19 percent of the total
number of banks organized.
During the period ended October 31, 1936, 76 national banks, with
total common capital stock of $7,412,500, among which were 9 with
preferred capital stock aggregating $267,500, went into voluntary liquidation. Of this number 11, with common capital stock of $470,000
and aggregate assets of $3,338,230 paid their depositors and quit business; 33, with common capital stock of $3,297,500 and aggregate assets
of $53,179,708, including four with preferred capital stock aggregating
$137,500, were succeeded by other national banks; 32, with common
capital stock of $3,645,000 and aggregate assets of $32,539,139, including five with preferred capital stock aggregating $130,000, were succeeded by State banks. The last-mentioned group of banks included
three with capital stock of $400,000 or more aggregating $1,900,000
and assets aggregating $16,529,553.
November 2, 1914, marked the beginning of the operation of the
Federal Keserve System. At that date, there were in existence 7,578
national banks, with aggregate common capital stock of $1,072,492,175
as compared with the total common capital stock of $1,268,423,736 for
the 5,372 national banks in existence October 31, 1936; 2,255 national
banks as permitted by the act of March 9,1933, have issued preferred
capital stock, 2,009 of which had an aggregate of $351,920,285.25 outstanding at the close of the current year. Since 1914, there has been a
net decrease of 2,206 in the number of active national banks but a net
increase of $195,931,561 in the amount of common capital stock and in
addition a further net increase of $351,920,285.25 in capital through the
issuance of preferred capital stock during the last 3% years. During
this 22-year period, 3,713 new national banks have been chartered,
with aggregate common capital stock of $554,816,600 and preferred
capital stock of $55,069,300, while 5,919 associations have been closed
voluntarily or otherwise.
During the year ended October 31, 1936, in addition to applications
carried over from the previous year, 38 applications were received to
organize national banks and to convert State banks into national
banking associations, with proposed capital stock aggregating
$3,590,000. Of these applications, 22 with proposed capital stock
aggregating $2,295,000 were approved; 8 with proposed capital stock
aggregating $450,000 w^ere rejected; and the remainder are still
pending or have been abandoned. During the year only five applications were approved for the organization of new national banking
associations which would not acquire all or a part of the business of
some other bank. From the approved applications carried over from
the previous year and the 22 applications approved during the current year, 20 national banking associations with common capital stock
of $2,160,000, 4 of which also had preferred capital stock of $305,000,
were authorized to commence business. Of these 20 banks, 2 were
located in the Eastern States, 5 in the Southern States, 12 in the
Middle Western States, and 1 in the Western States.
It further appears that of the 20 charters issued within the year
ended October 31, 1936, 7 with common capital stock of $1,000,000




REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

47

and assets aggregating $16,099,133 were the result of conversions of
State banks; 4 with common capital stock of $235,000, 2 of which also
had preferred capital stock of $130,000, were reorganizations of 4 State
banks; 2 with common capital stock of $75,000 and preferred capital
stock of $25,000 were organized for the purpose of acquiring the
businesses of 2 liquidating or suspended national banks and 1 State
bank; 1 with common capital stock of $200,000 was the continuation
of a Federal Deposit Insurance bank; and 6 with common capital stock
of $650,000 and preferred capital stock of $150,000 did not acquire
the business of any other banking institution as of date of charter.
The businesses of 34 State banks, with aggregate capital stock of
$1,371,575 and aggregate assets of approximately $18,899,109, were
purchased by national banks.
During the year ended October 31, 1936, three national banking
associations and five State banks were consolidated into six national
banking associations, under authority of the act of November 7, 1918,
as amended February 25, 1927, the common capital stock of the
consolidated banks being $9,210,000 and the preferred capital stock
being $800,000. In two of these consolidations, there were increases
in the capital stock and in one instance a reduction of capital stock,
the net result being an increase in the common capital stock of $200,000
and a net increase of $185,000 in the preferred capital stock. Additional assets of approximately $38,892,159 were brought into the
national system by reason of the five State banks which were consolidated with national banks.
BRANCHES
On February 25, 1927, the date of the passage of the so-called
"McFadden Act", there were in existence in the national system 372
branches as compared with a total of 1,460 branches in existence on
October 31, 1936.
During the intervening period 1,903 branches have been added to
the System, of which 1,080 were de novo branches, 313 were branches
of State banks which converted into national associations, and 510
were branches brought into the System through consolidation of State
with national banks. During this same period, 815 branches were
relinquished, 555 went out of the System through the liquidation of
parent institutions, and the remaining 260 through consolidations or
because of other reasons. The net result of these operations w^as a
gain for the national system of 1,088 branches since February- 25, 1927.
During the year ended October 31, 1936, a net gain of 67 branches
was recorded, 81 de novo branches being established, 75 of which were
authorized under the Banking Act of 1933 to operate in places other
than the city in which the parent bank is domiciled. There were
no branches brought into the System through conversions of State
banks to national banks, nor through the consolidation of State banks
with national banks. Fourteen branches were discontinued through
action of the board of directors or shareholders of the parent bank.




48

KEPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

There follows a summary of branch-banking operations in the
national system during the period discussed in the foregoing:
Table showing number and kind of branches on Feb. 25, 1927, and number and
manner of acquisition of additional branches of national banks by years to close
of Oct. 81, 1986

On Feb 25, 1927
Period ended Oct. 31,
1927
Year ended Oct. 31,
1928
Year ended Oct. 31,
1929
Year ended Oct. 31,
1930
Year ended Oct. 31,
1931
Year ended Oct. 31,
1932
Year ended Oct. 31,
1933
Year ended Oct. 31,
1934
Year ended Oct. 31,
1935
Year ended Oct. 31,
1936
Total

Number of banks
with branches

Lapsed or consolidated

Number of branches

In existence

Voluntary liquidations

Total

Other than
local city
branches

Involuntary liquidations

Closed

Under act Feb. 25,
1927, as amended
Local city
branches

Consolidations of
State banks

Conversions of State
banks

Authorized

207

372

372

118

296

104

127

527

899

158

8

62

103

173

20

60

992

161

2

82

89

173

86

18

1,061

157

165

5

86

92

32

35

1,086

154

95

50

145

15

2

30

1,184

151

162

102

264

17

87

30

1,314

147

58

164

241

26

1,211

152

49

64

113

24

14

22

1,264

179

13

152

171

10

7

25

1,393

177

6

1

75

81

14

1,460

190

938

349

2,275

260

1,460

190

106

6

478

510

307

248

Table showing number and kind of branches authorized and closed during the year
ended Oct. 31, 1986
Author- Closed during the year ended
ized
In op- In exTotal
Oct. 31, 1936
eration istence during
in exyear
Oct.
Feb.
istence
ended
31,
25,
By
Oct. 31,
By
1935 Oct. 31, share- direc- Lapsed Insol1927
1936
vent
1936 holders tors

Classes

Statutory^
Additional offices, c branches
Millspaugh Act
s-,^r a n c h ev. (local _
Cb
s
( o t h e r than local.
Total

|

165 \f 363
299
202
77
5
3
388
263

6
75

1,393

81

372

1
2

1

8
1
3

1

10

1

363
298
74
3
385
337
1,460

N O T E : Branches classified according to the paragraphs of Section 5155, U. S. R. S., under which they
are authorized as a, b, and c.




49

EEPOET OF THE COMPTROLLER OP THE CURRENCY

Table showing number and manner of acquisition of domestic branches of national
banks during the year ended Oct. 81, 1936
Branches authorized during
the year ended Oct. 31, 1936
Charter no.

Under act Feb. 25,
1927, as amended

Title and location

Local

Other
than
local

ARIZONA
14324

The Valley National Bank of Phoenix

12545
2491
9174
13044

The Seaboard National Bank of Los Angeles
Security-First National Bank of Los Angeles
The Anglo California National Bank of San Francisco
Bank of America National Trust and Savings Association, San
Francisco

CALIFORNIA

CONNECTICUT

The First National Bank and Trust Company of New Haven..
IDAHO

1668
2972

The Idaho First National Bank of Boise
The First National Bank of Lewiston

5167

The First National Bank of Mishawaka

13655

The Ouachita National Bank in Monroe

INDIANA
LOUISIANA
MASSACHUSETTS

614

Middlesex County National Bank of EverettMICHIGAN

191
3886

The First National Bank and Trust Company of Kalamazoo..
The First National Bank of St. Ignace...

7038

First National Bank in Reno

5712

The Ocean County National Bank of Point Pleasant Beach..

NEVADA
NEW JERSEY
NEW YORK

202
13121
1461
11034

The
The
The
The

First National Bank of Binghamton
Mahopac National Bank, Mahopac
National City Bank of New York
Public National Bank and Trust Company of New York. _
NORTH CAROLINA

Security National Bank of Greensboro..

_

OREGON

1553
4514

The First National Bank of Portland
The United StatesNational Bank of Portland

4374
5034
5000

The Butler County National Bank and Trust Company of Butler.
The Second National Bank of Uniontown
First National Bank of Wilinerding....
_

PENNSYLVANIA

SOUTH DAKOTA

4631
3237
10592

The First National Bank of Lead
First National Bank of Rapid City
Northwest Security National Bank of Sioux Falls

___

WASHINGTON

11280
4375
4668

Seattle-First National Bank, Seattle _
The National Bank of Commerce of Seattle
The Old National Bank and Union Trust Company of Spokane.
WISCONSIN

6604

First National Bank in Oshkosh
Total (32 banks).




.__
75

Total

50

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

Table showing number and class of domestic branches of national banks closed during
the year ended Oct. 31, 1936
Branches closed

Charter
no.

Title and location

3069

Whitney National Bank of New
Orleans.

Manner of closing

Branches under act
State
of Feb. 25, 1927,
bank
as amended
branches
in operation
Additional Branches Feb. 25, Total
1927,
offices
authorwhich
which
ized
were conbecame
since
verted
branches Feb. 25, or conFeb. 25,
1927
solidated
1927

LOUISIANA

Board of directors

1

1

MICHIGAN
13738
13976
4416

1

I

1

The Manufacturers National
do
Bank of Detroit.
National Bank of Flint
...
do
First National Trust and Savings Shareholders
Bank of Port Huron.

1
1
1

NEW JERSEY
13629

The First National Bank of
Plainfield.

2370

The Chase National Bank of the
City of New York.

355

The Delaware County National
Bank of Chester.

2044

The South Carolina National
Bank of Charleston.

4375

The National Bank of Commerce of Seattle.

1

Board of directors-

1

NEW YORK

4

. do

4

PENNSYLVANIA
do

1
1

SOUTH CAROLINA

Shareholders, __

2
2

WASHINGTON

1

Board of directors

1

WISCONSIN
64

First Wisconsin National Bank .._. do
of Milwaukee.
Total (10 banks)

1
3

10

1

1
14

NATIONAL-BANK CIRCULATION

With the expiration of the 3-year privilege, provided by the act of
July 22, 1932, authorizing national banks to deposit as security eligible for circulating notes United States bonds bearing interest at a
rate not exceeding 3% percent per annum, and the call for redemption of
the 2-percent consols and Panama Canal 2-percent bonds on July 1
and August 1, 1935, respectively, the privilege of issuing circulation
by such banks was discontinued.
A detailed reference to the history and development of the nationalbank note was made on pages 817 to 842 of the Comptroller's annual
report for 1935, and nothing further on the subject is referred to in this
report, except the amount of national-bank notes of each denomination
still outstanding on July 1,1936, which is contained in the following
statement:




51

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

Statement of capital stock of national banks, national-bank notes, and Federal Reserve
bank notes (old series) outstanding, etc.
July 1, 1936
$1, 255, 924, 926
1, 255,924,926

Authorized capital stock of national banks, common
Paid-in capital stock of national banks, common

J u n e 1, 1936
$1, 254,374,926
1,254,374,926

Increase or
decrease since
above date
Increase of authorized capital stock, common___ _
Decrease of authorized capital stock, common
Increase of paid-in capital stock, common
Decrease of paid-in capital stock, common

$36,739,955
36, 739,955

$493,251,922

$493,980,497

$526,035, 287

493,251,922

493, 980,497

526,035,287

Increase of authorized capital stock, preferred, par value.
Decrease of authorized capital stock, preferred, par value
Increase of paid-in capital stock, preferred, par value
Decrease of paid-in capital stock, preferred, par value.—.
National-bank notes outstanding, old and new series,
secured by United States bonds
National-bank notes outstanding, old and new series,
secured by lawful money 2
_.
Total national-bank notes outstanding, old and
new series
_

Increase or
decrease since
above date

$728,575
$32,783,365

i $600,000

1 $600,000

$220,605,430

371,121,815

383,415,980

548,490, 215

371,721,815

384,015,980

769,095,645

Increase or
decrease since
above date

Increase or
decrease since
above date
$220,005,430

_.

$12,294,165

Federal Reserve bank notes outstanding secured by lawful money, old series..
_

$2,307,460

177,368,400

12, 294,165

Net increase
Net decrease

397,373,830

$2,307,460

$2,380,123

Decreases since dates indicated above..

72, 663
Federal E e -

National-bank notes of each denomination outstanding
Old series

- - -

Total
Less notes redeemed but not assorted by denominations..
Total

Increase or
decrease since
above date

1 550 000

Increase or
decrease since
above date

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

$1,292,664,881
1,292, 664, 881

$1,550,000

Authorized capital stock of national banks, preferred, par
value
Paid-in capital stock of national banks, preferred, par
value

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

J u l y 1, 1935

$340,243
162, 052
9,826, 860
15,175,280
12,309,320
2,277,500
3,047,100
87, 500
21,000
62,125

New series

$26,736,495
109,841,410
143,707,960
23,021,350
25,603,000

serve bank
notes of each
denomination
outstanding,
old series
$1,574,114
380,436
243, 210
51,670
49,530
8,500

470

43,308,980

328.910,685
497,850

2,307,460

43,308,980

328,412,835

2,307,460

1 Secured by $600,000 United States 2-percent consols, 1930, deposited with United States Treasurer.
2
Includes proceeds for called bonds redeemed by Secretary of the Treasury.




52

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY
REDEMPTION OF NATIONAL AND FEDERAL RESERVE BANK
CIRCULATION

During the year ended June 30, 1936, national-bank notes, Federal
Reserve notes, and Federal Reserve bank notes, new series, aggregating $1,780,257,690 were redeemed in the United States Treasury at a
total expense of $184,243.77.
Redemptions included Federal Reserve notes amounting to $1,351,852,160; Federal Reserve bank notes received from all sources,
$30,981,700; and national-bank notes of $397,423,830, all of which
were redeemed on retirement account.
National-bank notes were redeemed at an average cost of 65 cents
per $1,000; Federal Reserve notes received from sources other than
the Federal Reserve banks, 61 cents per 1,000 notes; canceled and
other Federal Reserve notes received direct from Federal Reserve
banks and branches, 32 cents per 1,000 notes redeemed; and redemption on account of Federal Reserve bank notes at the rate of $1.12
per 1,000 notes.
Statements showing the amount of national-bank notes, Federal
Reserve notes, and Federal Reserve bank notes received monthly for
redemption in the year ended June 30, 1936, the source from which
received, the rate per $1,000 of national-bank notes redeemed, and
the rate per 1,000 notes of Federal Reserve and Federal Reserve
bank notes redeemed, are published in the appendix of this report.
CONDITION OF NATIONAL BANKS AT DATE OF EACH CALL DURING
THE YEAR
Under authority of section 5211, United States Revised Statutes,
national banks were called upon to submit four reports of condition
during the year ended October 31, 1936, as of various dates specified
by the Comptroller.
Summaries of assets and liabilities of reporting banks on the date
of each call during the year are shown in the following statement:




Abstract of reports of condition of national banks on dates indicated
[In thousands of dollars]
Nov. 1, 1935
(5,409 banks)
25

Dec. 31, 1935
(5,392 banks)

Mar. 4, 1936
(5,381 banks)

June 30, 1936
(5,374 banks)

ASSETS

I Loans and discounts (including rediscounts)
_
_._
Overdrafts
_
_
I U. S. Government securities, direct obligations..
_
01
Securities guaranteed by XJ. S. Government as to interest and principal
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc
_
Customers' liability account of acceptances._
_
.._
_.
Banking house, furniture and
fixtures
_.
Other real estate owned
_
Reserve with Federal Reserve banks
Cash in vault
Balances with other banks and cash items in process of collection
Cash items not in process of collection
_
Acceptances of other banks and bills of exchange or drafts sold with endorsement..
Securities borrowed
__
Other assets..
_.

8,565
537
158,630

1, 305, 541
3,803, 037
85, 774
647,194
184, 211
3, 637, 060
469, 042
4, 092, 344
7,689
4,647
547
140, 396

27, 430, 730

Total..

7, 430, 864
4,235

7, 759,149
4,193
7, 072,979
1, 374,385
4, 035, 261
81, 395
641, 550
184,123
3, 520,901
531,694
4, 328,831
7,501

7, 505, 321
3,463
6, 554, 770
1, 257, 342
3, 665, 424
89,101
647, 677
183, 242
3, 436, 909
493,839
4, 209, 574
12, 058
7,136
547
158,298
28, 224, 701

28, 293, 019

29, 702,839

10, 549, 984
6,761,989
1,924,867
632, 467
4,163,929

10, 911,
6, 816,
1, 979,
772,
4, 367,

10,863,696
6,878, 346
1, 953, 679
586, 905
4, 576,829

11, 665, 872
7, 074, 544
2,108, 486
829,903
4, 521, 648

24, 033,236
2,121,816
21,911,420

21 847, 733
2,366, 543
22,481,190

24, 859,455
2,122, 628
22, 736,827

26, 200,453
2, 604,598
23,595,855

7, 301, 371
5,190
6, 233,061
1, 260, 535
3, 684, 778
80,906
650, 478
180, 629
3, 453, 672
404, 379
1 4, 007,999

154, 406

i

i

LIABILITIES

Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations
_
_
_.
Time deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations
State, county* and municipal deposits
U. S. Government and postal savings deposits.
_.
Deposits of other banks, certified and cashiers' checks, and cash letters of credit, and travelers' checks outstanding.
Total deposits
___
___
Secured by pledge of loans and/or investments
Not secured by pkdge of loans and/or investments.

2,251
Agreements to repurchase U. S. Government and other securities sold.
3,833
Bills payable-__
_
_
_
1,174
Rediscots
Rediscounts..
44
Obligations on industrial advances transferred to the Federal Reserve bank
8,565
Acceptances of other banks and bills of exchange or drafts sold with endorsement
75,193
Acceptances executed for customers
_
_
11,953
Acceptances executed by other banks for account of reporting banks.
537
Securities borrowed
58,938
Interest, taxes, and other expenses accrued and unpaid
.-.
6,910
Dividends declared but not yet payable and amounts set aside for dividends not declared.
1 Includes cash items not in process of collection, the amount of which was not called for separately prior to Dec. 31, 1935;




717
676
040
683
617

2,301
2,233
769
41
7,136
84,627
13, 066
547
42, 744
25, 686

1,585
4,330
843
38
4,647
84, 289
10, 282
547
50,343

586
2,425
447
262
6,083
81,865
13, 794
388
47,316
28,043

w
tel
o

d
3
o

en

Abstract of reports of condition of national banks on dates indicated—Continued
[In thousands of dollars]
Nov. 1, 1935
(5,409 banks)
LIABILITIES—continued

Dec. 31,1935
(5,392 banks)

Mar. 4,1936
(5,381 banks)

June 30,1936
(5,374 banks)

98,152
1,776,591
865,955
337,452
147,282
2,664

92,657
1,758,450
887,934
302,395
151,381
5,001

137,460
1, 750, 246
895, 242
327,782
151, 056
5,889

27,430,730

28, 224, 701

28,293,019

29,702,839

503, 529
21,198
1,257,586

487,683
21, 021
1,257,034

481,708
21, 021
1,254,381

423, 228
20,261
1, 254,762

1,782, 313

1, 765, 738

1, 757,110

1,698.251

1,847,522
680,056
31,152

2, 056,526
685, 274
31,894

1,871,796
638,774
26,061

2,352,584
611, 070
29,950

—.

2, 558,730

2, 773, 694

2, 536,631

2,993,604

Pledged:
Against U. S. Government and postal-savings deposits
Against State, county, and municipal deposits
Against deposits of trust department
Against other deposits.._
Against borrowings
_
With State authorities to qualify for the exercise of fiduciary powers
For other purposes

752, 252
1,069,257
470,989
155,212
6,673
86,944
17,403

858,188
1,188, 515
447,324
171, 022
4,490
87, 393
16, 762

705,160
1,166, 324
393, 639
159,676
87, 871
17, 281

888,956
1,247,125
596, 785
152, 612
3,347
87,838
16,941

2, 558, 730

2, 773,694

2, 536,631

2,993, 604

Other liabilities
Capital stock (see memorandum below)
Surplus
_
Undivided profits, net
Reserves for contingencies
Preferred stock retirement fund

_

...

Total
Memorandum:
Par value of capital stock:
Class A preferred stock
Class B preferred stock.
Common stock
Total

_
_

_

_

...

_

Loans and investments pledged to secure liabilities:
U. S. Government obligations, direct and/or fully guaranteed
Other bonds, stocks, and securities
_
Loans and discounts (excluding rediscounts)
Total

Total




155,449
L 691,375
,
973,393
346,039
147,219
7,702

Principal items of assets and liabilities of national banks, June 30, 1936
[In thousands of dollars]

Number of
banks

40
52
43
128
12
54

Location

Loans and
discounts,
including
overdrafts

37, 661
27, 747
21,338
525, 520
107, 047

66,834
31,502
27,184
514,456
41,139
117,515

329

758,312

798,630

Maine..
_
New Hampshire
Vermont
Massachusetts
Rhode Island
Connecticut
Total New England States.

Investments

Real
estate,
furniture
and fixtures

2,051
2,528
1,454
44,906
1,071
• 14, 788

Balances
with
other
banks,
Cash in including
vault
reserve
and cash
items in
process of
collection
3,207
2,933
1,230
123,857
3,373
7,117

Total
assets

135,600
25,283
15,829
80,635
9,065
323, 384 1, 548,116
101, 741
16,425
304, 386
56, 653

Demand
deposits
(except
deposits
of other
banks)

Time
deposits
(except
deposits
of other
banks)

UndiBills
vided
Capital
Deposits payable (common
profits,
of other
and
Surplus includredis- and pre>
banks l
ing recounts ferred)
serves

70, 344
22, 584
33,109
281, 036
17,828
92,177

7,186
6,001
1,346
235,116
13, 058
19, 086

312
124
40

2, 231, 076 1,114,760

66, 798 141,717

517, 078

281,793

626

132,595 113,115

47,959

1,073
295
258
15

350,409 273, 091
65,647 21, 517
172,123 172, 377
1,918
2,475
14,429 9,489
9,300 5,092

87,732
12,033
82,327
752

1,641

613,826 484,041

193, 732

21

25, 621 13,392
13,180 4,837
7,450 3,329
1,473
4,610
18, 205 7,960
15,877 5,405
20,625 7,475
1,335
5,473
14,120 7,040
81,560 31,737
6,475 2,838
14,923 10,571
7,922
25,560

6,861
3,318
2,099
1,018
6,097
2,844
3,443
890
3,682
20,418
2,236
3,916
6,531

253,688 105,314

63,353

150

10, 531 4,247
6,547 4,325
5,755 2,277
79,778 83,268
7,620 7,227
22,364 11, 771

2,915
2,758
1,672
33, 743
1,468
5,403

40, 058
37,874
16,135
815,151
53,818
151, 724

•

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

_.

1,599,893 2,872,653
225,030
386, 233
780, 796 1.467,781
7,777
9,529
52,995
203, 536
41,560
74,650

140,744
45,198
114, 788
1,192
6,306
7,324

1,490

2,708,051

5,014,382

315,552

132
79
43
20
57
52
69
25
30
456
50
100
72

131,124
57,892
32, 274
20,813
98, 022
43,069
61,684
18,999
65,745
316,381
26,331
87,554
111,787

116,654
51,483
30,036
22,461
102,330
120,314
70,970
25,232
120,839
377,611
35,362
91,582
124,445

13, 401
9,360
3,802
1,807
11,192
7,996
11,578
2,828
9,651
38,635
2,586
6,359
11,505

1,185

1,071,675

1,289,319

130,700

458
234
710
16
63

1, 415,688 6,152,563 3, 237, 227 769, 742 1, 260,552
829, 667
323, 221 387,197
15,872
152, 619
638, 743 3, 072,590 1,115, 711 1,057, 592 449, 511
22,434
7,824
470
3,405
357,71°
162, 437
95,682
67,622
88,976
195,84.
28,411
100,079
48, 094
64,973
113,881 2, 364,404 10,630,820
7,692
4,494
3,230
2,420
5,283
6,494
4,855
1,806
4,343
21,094
1,931
5,377
6,516

378,402
107,839
164, 238
40, 499
103,255
33,645
27,394
75,410
92,748
310,626
82,401
261,244
61,769
212, 356
16,446
65,619
102,656
305,678
435, 712 1,192,845
36,260
102,758
61, 575
253,240
121,789
378,622

144,542
75,952
54,666
49,621
150,385
148,916
100,322
30,828
147,178
683,854
50,876
105,870
164,390

141,328
57, 400
26,473
12,956
68,200
45,438
59,192
22,878
61,180
171,825
26, 621
72,671

45,300
9,106
8,961
5,583
58,132
42,286
20,272
3,894
70,156
198,605
13,493
44,161
73,461

3,804,293

1,907,400

865,425

593,410

75,535 1,220,733

i Includes certified and cashiers' checks and cash letters of credit and travelers' checks outstanding.



4,946,499 2, 367, 244 1,822,438

15
372

476

4,000

Principal items of assets and liabilities of national banks, June 80, 1936—Continued

Location

Ohio
Indiana
. - _
_
Illinois
Michigan
Wisconsin
Minnesota
Iowa ,_ . _ -.
_
Missouri
_..
Total Middle Western States
North Dakota .
South Dakota
._
Nebraska
Kansas _ ..
Montana
Wyoming Colorado..
New Mexico
Oklahoma
Total Western States
Washington
Oregon - California
Idaho «
Utah
Nevada
Arizona
_
_Total Pacific States
Alaska (nonmember banks)
The Territory of Hawaii (nonmember bank).
_
Virgin Islands of the United States
(nonmember bank)
Total (nonmember banks)...
Total United States



Num- Loans and
ber of discounts,
including
banks overdrafts

Investments

[In thousands of dollars]
Balances
with
other
Real
banks,
estate,
Total
furniture Cash in including assets
reserve
and fix- vault and cash
tures
items in
process of
collection
21,643
279,422
12, 220
121, 852
44,989 1,157,373
14, 550
296, 560
9,636
114, 324
8,335
247,196
5, 111
75,393
8,434
224, 466
124,918 2, 516, 586
1,035
14,071
1,150
16, 079
3,485
101,079
4,322
99,427
1,988
29,837
1,343
17,166
5,184
116,123
1,246
13, 241
5,413
156, 289
25,166
563,312
7,126
98, 838
4,763
58, 750
31,047
509,023
861
10, 750
742
27, 524
648
5,894
2,029
17,380
47, 216
728,159
2,451
537

248
125
301
83
108
203
115
86
1, 267
64
51
137
190
46
26
79
22
214
829

273,089
88,129
585,436
146,451
93.418
181,389
65,153
144, 840
1,582,905

455,198
204,061
1, 317,481
335,640
264,144
301,485
104,579
276, 529
3,259,117

36,150
13,538
46, 589
11,373
13,450
16,084
5,044
8,893
151,121

15, 209
16, 802
67, 851
58, 371
14,175
13, 512
50,787
10,365
102,145
349, 217

24,353
22,375
106,104
85,063
33, 252
13,513
103,147
14, 732
135, 971
538, 510

57
41
122
22
13
6
7
268

101, 581
52,165
1,078,479
9, 107
18, 495
4,761
13, 748
1, 278,336

4

1,425

140,609
122,182
1,223,916
17,851
24,193
13,665
16, 763
1, 559,179
1,757

2,493
2,418
6,950
7,969
2,720
1,068
. 4,678
1,116
10, 341
39, 753
8,712
6,639
100,267
1,136
924
606
1,645
119,929

1

12,989

21,114

1,649

2,585

1
6
5,374

432
14, 846

617
23, 488

16
1,820

139
3,261

7, 763, 342 12, 482, 625

825, 673

155

1,070, 338
441, 094
3,199, 206
810,126
504, 301
759,099
256, 302
664, 998
7, 705, 464
57,517
59,290
286, 244
255,781
82, 291
46, 689
280, 699
40, 735
411, 345
1, 520, 591
358, 020
246, 573
2,962, 426
39,817
71,974
25, 737
51,850
3, 756, 397

Demand
deposits
(except
deposits
of other
banks)

Or

Time
Bills
deposits Deposits payable
(except of other
and
deposits banks redisof other
counts
banks)

104,803
500, 294
338,782
53, 274
229, 718
114,148
612, 694
1, 750, 485
539,642
71,804
466,307
206,223
58, 268
220, 243
173, 423
140,135
336, 966
205, 497
49,174
124,347
59,418
205, 052
304,812
102, 748
3, 933,172 1, 739, 881 1, 295, 204
2,866
26,686
21,029
3,770
32, 943
15,664
68,056
146, 961
45,890
38, 391
151,806
39, 508
6,479
43,807
23,322
4,698
22,868
13,968
47,429
136,712
71,400
2,163
27, 807
7,534
71,082
226, 748
69,017
307, 332
244, 934
816, 338
182, 930
93,192
45, 238
127,190
79, 300
19, 696
991,365 1,491, 354
197,956
23,987
10,839
1,390
32,143
18,971
13, 432
14,014
8,583
1,137
33, 341
10,719
3,116
1, 404, 970 1, 712, 958
281, 965

6
6

64
23
8

95

28

28

UndiCapital
vided
(common Surplus profits,
and preincludferred)
ing reserves
77, 261 28,389
24,910 10, 548
159,691 45,760
35, 606 13,664
33, 644
8,387
42,414 20,860
14,470
4,752
28, 855 11,515
416,851 143,875
4,511
1,510
4,863
1,053
14,869
5,674
15, 573
5,734
4,856
2,050
2,710
1,321
12,190
7,191
1,965
907
27, 508
9,483
89, 045 34, 923
6,194
22,140
5,927
9,610
139, 900 74,845
566
2,380
1,474
3,965
252
910
946
2,690
181, 595 90, 204

16,777
7,434
45,850
9,924
6,611
8,458
3,710
9,986
108, 750
749
747
4,159
4,323
1,625
1,030
5,009
320
6,625
24,587
6,362
3,760
47,953
610
1,799
649
666
61,799

6,421

3,939

1,771

137

275

223

74

7,028

46,136

17, 272

21,341

1,734

3,350

1,683

696

420
9,899

1,641
54,198

533
21, 744

892
24,004

33
1,904

150
3,775

15
1,921

10
780

2,872 1, 691,375 973, 393

500, 960

531,694 |7,849,732 29, 702, 839 14,144, 883 7, 533, 922 4, 521, 648

3
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REPOKT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

LIABILITIES OF NATIONAL BANKS ON ACCOUNT OF BILLS PAYABLE
AND REDISCOUNTS

Liabilities of national banking associations for money borrowed on
account, of bills payable and rediscounts at the date of each call in the
year ended October 31, 1936, are shown in the following statements:
Total borrowings of national banks on account of bills payable and rediscounts at
date of each call since June 29, 1985, according to geographical location
[In thousands of dollars]

New
Middle
England Eastern Southern Western Western
States
States
States
States
States
Nov. 1, 1935:
Bills payable
Rediscounts

-

Total

427
9

3,833
1,174

2,783

268

115

1,295

110

5,007

1,504
131

113
5

115

69
617

2,233
769

1,635

118

115

686

3,002

2,777
76

130
107

5

45
200

720
453

4,330
843

2,853

237

5

245

1,173

5,173

594
32

1,583
58

212
264

6

10
85

20
8

2,425
447

626

Total

95
15

660

June 30, 1936:
Bills payable .._
Rediscounts

289
1,006

653
7

Rediscounts
Total

115

448

Total
Mar. 4, 1936:
Bills payable

141
127

432
16

-

2,766
17

436

Total
Dec. 31, 1935:
Bills payable..
Rediscounts

Pacific
States

1,641

476

6

95

28

2,872

Total borrowings of national banks on account of bills payable and rediscounts at
date of each call in the year ended Oct. 31, 1986, according to central and other
Reserve cities and country banks
[In'thousands of dollars]
Central
Reserve
cities
Nov. 1, 1935:
Bills payable

_ ._ .

Other Reserve cities

Total

500

225
3

3,108
1,171

3,833
1,174

500

228

4,279

5,007

18

2,233
751

2,233
769

18

Rediscounts
Total

2,984

3,002

710
466

3,620
377

4,330
843

1,176

3,997

5,173

50
15

2,375
432

2,425
447

65

2,807

2,872

Dec. 31,1935:
Bills payable

Rediscounts
Total

Mar. 4, 1936:
Bills payable

Rediscounts
Total- .

-

-

June 30, 1936:
Bills payable
Rediscounts
Total

Country
banks

. -- .




. -

58

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

The statement following shows a classification of loans and discounts reported by national banks as of June 30, 1934, June 29, 1935,
and June 30, 1936:
Classification of loans and discounts as of June 30', 1934, June 29, 1935', and June
30, 1936
[In thousands of dollars]
J u n e 30,1934

June 29, 1935

June 30, 1936

Amount1

Acceptances of other banks, payable in United
States
Notes, bills, acceptances, and other instruments evidencing loans payable in foreign
countries
Commercial paper bought in open market
Loans to banks and trust companies:
On securities All other.
Loans secured by U. S. Government and
other securities (exclusive of loans to banks).
Real-estate loans, mortgages, deeds of trust,
and other liens on real estate:
On farm land
On other real estate
All other loans, including reporting banks'
own acceptances purchased or discounted ..
Total
Total loans eligible for rediscount with Federal Keserve banks, including paper under
rediscount
1

Percent

Amount

$86,945

1.13

$56,982

0.77

$54,383

0.70

13,444
136,360

.18
1.77

10,076
180, 548

.14
2.45

10,547
211,700

.14
2.73

37,826
66,231

.49
.86

21,991
60,194

.30
.82

15,607
33,870

.20
.44

2, 594,386

33.72

2, 251, 274

30.57

2, 265, 757

29.20

232, 736
1, 098, 014

3.02
14.27

216,112
1,081,056

2.93
14.68

210, 341
1,160,128

2.71
14.95

3,428,807

44.56

3,486,993

47.34

3, 796,816

48.93

7, 694, 749

100.00

7, 365, 226

100.00

7, 759,149

100. 00

1, 335, 308

Percent

1,416,482

Amount reported by licensed banks; i. e., those operating on an unrestricted basis.




Amount

1,449,635

Percent

Loans and discounts of national banks, June 30, 1936
[In thousands of dollars]

Acceptances of
other
banks
payable
in
United
States

Location

Notes,
bills,
acceptances,
and other
instruments
evidencing loans,
payable
in foreign
countries

Loans to banks
Commercial
paper
bought
in open
market

Loans on securities, exclusive
of loans to banks

On
securities

All
other

To brokers and
dealers
in New
York
City

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

To brokers and
On farm
dealers To others
land
elsewhere

Reporting
banks'
own acceptances All other
loans
purchased
On other
or disreal escounted
tate

Totals

Loans
eligible
for rediscount
with
Federal
Reserve
banks, including
paper
under rediscount

CENTRAL RESERVE CITIES

New York
Chicago

42,705
2,675
45,380

1,125
4,695
5,820

4,134
3,994
8,128

2,754
773
3,527

335,558
500
336,058

15,100
51, 705
66,805

335,087
120,118
455, 205

523
2

12,786
50

2,483

564

11,122
10

26,723

418

700

14,631
720
25
885
200
235
100
125
375

513
6

782

500

33

Total central Keserve cities

2,544
1,533
4,077

648

*

203

1,365

153

10, 540
315
705
231
290
143
1,611
877
576
382
1,522
1,503

12

105
140
40
820

80,875
2,300
470
58,579
40,447
7,199
13,208
6,638
1,151
7,939
5,790
3,406
3,883
7,617
17,272
766
5,278
1,420
11,018
1,965
900
1,137
9,145
5,269
12,480
16,007
23,270

170
671
841

19,210
12,800
32,010

33,166
9,896
43,062

488,244 1,279, 797
459,498
250,138
738,382 1,739,295

253,543

31,167
1,080
61
14, 563
1,966
818
4,253
482
869
3,299
1,793
2,454
1,566
5,128
5,088
754
2,304
967
4,513
1,592
711
333
4,222
2,362
1,393
2,482
20,745

21,951

197,501
6,855
854
124,995
29,829
11,438
22,919
12,095
3,840
28,726
23, 230
10,468
11,989
23,884
50,835
5,585
18,907
5,022
24,719
9,995
2,676
2,958
18,815
23,025
18,918
11,816
22,661

386,343
10,297
1,385
229,645
73,283
20,192
41, 540
19, 728
6,437
41,970
32,473
17,501
18,065
41,565
76,570
7,526
27,158
7,738
41,893
15,549
4,635
5,314
36,868
33,583
34,810
32,954
74,378

58,999
3,368
483
63,176
10,206
4,283
5,638
3,529
1,290
9,929
7,176
3,286
3,089
7,769
13, 512
2,603
8,563
2,195
7,702
5,612
1,400
838
8,077
6,474
4,540
5,635
11, 749

173,511
80,032

OTHER RESERVE CITIES

Boston
Brooklyn and Bronx
Buffalo
.
Philadelphia
Pittsburgh
Baltimore _
Washington
Richmond-Charlotte
Atlanta _
Savannah
Jacksonville . _
Birmingham
New Orleans
Dallas
El Paso
Fort Worth
Galveston
San Antonio
Waco
Little Rock
Louisville...
Memphis
Nashville
Cincinnati
Cleveland




_.

.

_

159

10
67
10
10

_ .
945
66
_

..

25

478
8

22
40

115
272
3,116
300
200

7

70

13

37

.

8
90
126
172
137
115
50
67

146
167

36
402
645

247
97
8
250
1,827

613
260
152
5
8

530
624
1,175
1,501
2,394
4,694

30
7
44
5
109
102
267
42
130
692
1,756
316
386
25
226
1,172
233
84
64
577
158
30

3,394

50
6
24

228

1,135

Ox
CO

Loans and discounts of national banks, June 80, 1986—Continued
[In thousands of dollars]

Location

Acceptances of
other
banks
payable
in
United
States

Notes,
bills,
acceptances,
and other
instruments
evidencing loans,
payable
in foreign
countries

Commercial
.paper
bought
in open
market

on securities, exclusive
Loans to banks Loans ol loans to banks

On
securities

other

30
47

Reporting
banks'
own ac- All other
ceptances loans
purTo bro- To brochased
kers and kers and
On farm On other or disdealers
dealers To others
real es- counted
land
in New
elsetate
York
where
City

109
56
885

All

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

Totals

Loans
eligible
for rediscount
with
Federal
Reserve
banks, in
eluding
paper
under rediscount

OTHER RESERVE CITIES—continued

Columbus . - _
Toledo
Indianapolis
Chicago
Peoria _
Detroit
Grand Rapids . . .
Milwaukee
Minneapolis ._ .
_ __
St. Paul
Cedar Rapids _ _ .
Des Moines
Dubuque
Sioux City
Kansas City, Mo
St Joseph
St. Louis _
Lincoln
Omaha
_
___ _
Kansas City, Kans
Topeka _ . _ _ - .
Wichita
Helena _ .
Denver
Pueblo
Oklahoma City
Tulsa
Seattle
Spokane
Portland _ _
Los Angeles
_




2
23

993
41

758

1

128

549

344
293

1,660
1,575
2,625
2,710
297
985
772
1,594
3,100
435
1,144
4,825
3,546
1,110
633
1,448
475
1,054
1,607
340
1,075
1,950
2,716
1,920
1,355
4,725

192

400
2,100

458
171
181
3,645

61

1,690
2,331
832

142

177

3,630
7
27

38
3

15

34
92
5,376
2
8
267
16
8

10
523

33
2,026
8

105

500
40

6
444
20
1,586

120

699
67
256
894
14
555
659
448
859
3,658

8,701
145
5,208
5 843
2,001
21,844
827
10,662
17,689
6,479
3,066
1,808
157
948
9,512
2,120
26, 734
2,030
4,771
691
850
1,220
70
7,907
367
4,001
6,864
11,245
663
7,908
52,416

4
64
312

53
117
9
603
72
238
237
369
32
71
731
147
95
94
453
1
301
419
240
43
239
16,132

8,554
99
843
2 938
854
11, 438
875
2,778
2,347
1,336
367
1,501
199
390
2,598
366
5,851
135
1,047
571
168
446

612
351
543

2,755
1,520
1,508
3,815
472
3,649
137,816

87
40
681

12,082
220
13,997
6 232
4,700
54, 268
1,161
25,022
51,873
34,883
1,687
11,307
325
3,786
27,197
2,602
22,401
7,344
18,741
1,764
1,871
4,059
670
16, 735
330
17, 640
20, 917
45, 498
3,352
26, 028
107, 930

29, 672
464
22, 333
17 646
11,073
96, 028
3.160
45, 379
75, 423
45,845
8,229
16,000
753
6,512
46, 340
9,193
63,134
10, 215
27,565
3,915
4,105
8,471
1,080
29, 827
712
24,060
34, 207
64,389
6,898
40,430
324,305

3,888
77
4,844
4,169
2,300
8,038
886
6,998
21, 740
16,104
1,583
3,521
105
2,951
20,813
4,390
11,328
4,057
10,002
754
1,395
3,799
450
9,434
338
3,579
4,845
19,894
2,467
14,304
27,138

O

o
o
3

3
o
j

San Francisco
Ogden

1,615
185
725

8,897

-

2,667

5,033

84,806

6,671

16,942

18,017

54, 277

-

Salt Lake City
Total other Reserve cities
Total all Reserve cities

9,110

90,626

14, 799

20,469

354,075

85

1

3,595
1,725
82
16,962
3,880
7,845

5

34,089

96

5

9,735
8,923
7,254

34
1
252

3,837

165

657

3,200

223,829
3,991
3,668

57,349
1,965
1,719

5,949
101
159

103,952
665
1,978

54, 111
106
43

263,495
1,894
1,802

83', 470

676, 771

81, 791

581,392

35, 649 1, 502, 665 3,102,104

538,345

150,275 1,131,976

82,632

613,402

78, 711 2,241,047 4,841,399

791,888

468
577
1,256
877
179
525

6,100
4,286
4,915
30, 591
4,100
19,015

17, 590
12, 706
11,603
50,486
15,627
43,618

7,054
4,921
4,603
26,339
10,421
11, 246

6,547

670,024
6,942
8,375

COUNTRY BANKS

Maine
New Hampshire
---Vermont
Massachusetts
Rhode Island - Connecticut
Total New England States
New York
. .
New Jersey
--Pennsylvania
Delaware
_ - .
_
Maryland
Total Eastern States
Virginia
West Virginia.
North Carolina
South Carolina
Georgia
Florida
_Alabama
Mississippi

-_

_

356
61

300

1,062
821
400

2

300

3,443

109,248

3,882

69,007

196

151,630

371,898

64,584

691
108
5,875
1
1

4,666
1,990
104

2,083
581
908
14
10

80,015
54,118
130,265
2,055
6,160

7,809
2,802
14,413
939
3,185

69,027
68, 571
119,877
1,161
7,828

141

133, 221
87,905
198,784
3,603
15, 254

307,429
225, 009
477,811
7,773
32, 794

55,139
37,345
60, 084
1,120
5,734

171

438, 767 1,050,816

159,422

59, 016
26,176
16,865
15, 723
14,800
10,839
28, 783
9,349
14,288
105, 381
13,193
31,163
26,899

111,372
57, 877
25,832
20,811
23, 501
25, 563
43, 586
18,981
24, 070
134, 832
20,984
50, 646
43, 334

24, 347
10,842
8,270
8,451
6,792
7,298
10,883
4,366
5,138
55, 529
5,794
10,212
9,904

1
1

196

30

37,659
27,742
21,335
139,129
38,997
107,036

5

26,268

287

6,676

6,760

3,596

272,613

29,148

266,464

903
1,664
200
601
903
3,851
942
215
356
1,084
350
1,862
2,119

18
112

368
57
56
134
62
816
182
149
690
452
145
67
116

100

24, 305
14,036
4,722
2,223
4,065
5,044
5,474
3,145
3,934
10, 734
2,711
5,617
6,825

6,284
1,378
1,110
409
1,387
832
1,868
2,544
1,429
7,576
1,805
4,240
2,053

20, 354
14,359
2,438
1,441
2,258
3,462
4,601
3, 337
3,310
9,249
2,674
7,076
5,106

364

16

69
95
441
253
23
679
151
236
2
136
98
443
200

1,413

15,050

344

3,294

135

2,826

92,835

32,915

79,665

437

372,475

601,389

167,826

13

1,440
4,698
6,728
2,826
3,462
5,368
2,842
1,867

2

118
1,158
217
695
259
25
229
46

139
6

285
53
560
64
99
87
20
62

29,345
10,453
19,314
12,996
12,624
9,294
2,411
3,200

10,897
3,957
7,285
1,208
2,515
3,919
4,334
2,068

28, 704
16,978
11,175
10, 725
8,778
6,111
2,944
3,842

12
443
5
18

64,614
28,032
51,671
18,655
25, 232
35,182
20, 797
15,027

135,569
65, 778
96,990
47, 222
52, 969
59, 989
33,626
26,112

24,463
14,079
28,448
7,196
13,853
22, 289
13,882
8,017

2,747

180

1,230

99,637

36,183

89, 257

486

259, 210

518, 255

132,227

40
1,121
_____

_ _

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



2
10
49

1
10

9,228
7,881
3,479
39,145
13,883
35, 632

55

_

Louisiana
Texas
___ _
Arkansas. _
Kentucky
Tennessee
Total Southern States
Ohio

4

593
567

41
106
50

13

29, 231

27

6
20
33
128

35
35
3
6
81

19

35

3

62
8

8

Loans and discounts of national banks, June SO, 1936—Continued

tO

[In thousands of dollars]
Notes,
bills,
acceptAcceptances,
ances of
and other
other
instrubanks
ments
payable
evidencin
United ing loans,
payable
States
in foreign
countries

Location

on securities, exclusive
Loans to banks Loans of loans to banks
Commercial
paper
bought
in open
market

On
securities

All

other

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

Reporting
banks'
own ac- All other
ceptances loans
To bro- To
purkers and kersbroOn other chased
and
dealers
or disTo others On farm real es- counted
dealers
in New
land
tate
elseYork
where
City

Totals

Loans
eligible
for re«
discount
with
Federal
Reserve
banks, including
paper
under rediscount

COUNTRY BANKS—continued

North Dakota
South Dakota.
Nebraska
Kansas
Montana
Wyoming
Colorado
New Mexico _. . _
Oklahoma
_
Total Western States
Washington Oregon.California
Idaho
Utah
Nevada .. _ .
«
__
Arizona
Total Pacific States

m
32

Total country banks




67
135
75

107
434

1,580
346
817
603
10
8
992
4,356

.
_»_
13

9
6
140

46
20
154

1,205
1,537
857
3,092
1,029
1,220
3,048
649
2,540

1,070
842
2,182
3,065
390
508
1,441
412
2,018

1,518
1,254
927
2,286
723
920
1,551
904
2,202

6
10
11

183

15,177

11,928

12, 285

27

59
10

2,772
555
8,355
435
143
588
1,489

2,873
951
7,813
465
680
198
631

2,659
1,123
18,194
812
340
1,414
1,752

14,337

13,611

26, 294

34
25
3

15
35

11,810

13

Alaska (nonmember banks)
The Territory of Hawaii (nonmember bank)
Virgin Islands of the United States
(nonmember bank)
Total (nonmember banks)

Total United States.-

1 982
1,521
1,449
2,668
1,960
280
432
529
989

32

34

1

24

244

1

50
119

50
4

270

5

4

6,754

5

106

1,437 121,074

808

13,401

7,410

54,383

10,547 211. 700

15, C07

33,870

361,485

6,772

11,402

610,619

161, 677 1, 742, 595

42

3,184

42

205
3,754

127,709

546,726

210,341 1,160,128

15,198
16,779
30,021
41,826
13,075
13,496
20, 218
10,356
43,806
204, 775

96,567

20, 265
8,685
47,731
6,775
1,939
2,550
8,829

30, 208
11, 680
83,159
9,100
3,136
4,758
13,743

8,082
3,590
15,169
4,813
790
785
3,892

96,774

155,784

988
6

2,765

12,980

6

226
3,979

6,185
8,296
16,339
19,493
5,264
7,141
9,092
4,131
20,626

1,421

14,833

35

365

18

220
1
1

35

9,391
11,524
24,471
30,615
8,970
10, 553
13,696
7,846
35, 799
152,865

37,121

432

, 475, 700 2,917,750

657,747

80,069 3,716, 747 7, 759,149

1,449,635

1,358

63

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

The percentage of loans and discounts of national banks in the
central Reserve cities of New York and Chicago to the total loans and
discounts of all national banks on June 30, 1936, together with similar information in relation to banks in other Reserve cities, etc., is
shown in the following statement, compared with like information as
of June 30, 1934, and June 29, 1935:
[In thousands of dollars]
Loans
June 30, 1934

Banks i n -

Amount 1
New York

Percent

June 29, 1935
Amount

Percent

1,155, 708

All Reserve cities
States (exclusive of Reserve cities) _.
Total United States

21.34
39.08

1,623,393
2,850,645

4, 649, 266
3,045,483

60.42
39.58

7, 694, 749

Do
.
.
Chicago
Other Reserve cities

15.02

1,641, 708
} 3,007, 558

_

June 30 , 1936

100.00

Amount

Percent

1,279, 797

16.49

22.04
38.71

1,739,295
3,102,104

22.42
39.98

4, 474, 038
2,891,188

60.75
39.25

4,841, 399
2,917, 750

62.40
37.60

7, 365, 226

100. 00

7, 759,149

100.00

1,208,186

16.40

i Amount reported by licensed banks, i. e., those operating on an unrestricted basis.

COMPARATIVE CHANGES IN DEMAND AND TIME DEPOSITS, LOANS
AND DISCOUNTS, UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT AND OTHER
BONDS AND SECURITIES OWNED, AND THE AMOUNT OF RESERVE
OF NATIONAL BANKS WITH FEDERAL RESERVE BANKS SINCE
JUNE 30, 1932

The amount and percentage of increase or reduction of demand and
time deposits, loans and discounts, United States Government and
other bonds and securities owned, and reserve of national banks with
Federal Reserve banks on June 30, of each of the last 5 years are
shown in the following statement:
[In thousands of dollars]
Percent
increase

June 30, June 30, (+) June 30,
1932
1933
or de1934
(6,150
(4,902 crease (5,422 1
banks) banks) l ( - )
banks)
since
June
30,

1932
7,940, 653 7,884,226 - 0 . 7 1
Demand deposits 3
Time deposits 3
7, 221,804 6,169, 643 -14.57
10, 281,676 8,116,972 -21.05
Loans and discounts
U. S. Government and
other bonds, stocks,
etc., owned
7,196,652 7,371,631 +2.43
Reserve with Federal
1,150,575 1,412,127 +22.73
Reserve banks

Percent
increase

(+)

or decrease
(-)
since
June
30,

1933

Percent
increase

Percent
increase

June 29,
(+) June 30, or de(+)
or de1935
1936
(5,431 crease
(5,374 crease
(-)
banks)
banks)
(-)
since
since
June
June
30,

29,

1934

1935

9,265,844 +17.52 11,273,912 +21.67 13,452,356 +19.32
6,791,156 +10.07 7,136,142 +5.08 7, 533,922 +5.57
7,694,749 - 5 . 2 0 7,365,226 - 4 . 2 8 7,759,149 +5.35
9,348,553 +26.82 10,716,386 +14.63 12,482,625 +16.48
2,497,400 +76.85 3,092,178 +23.82 3,520,901 +13.86

1 Licensed banks, i. eM those operating on an unrestricted basis.
2
Exclusive of U. S. Government deposits, deposits of banks, and certified and cashiers' checks, etc.
3 Exclusive of deposits of banks.




UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT SECURITIES AND SECURITIES GUARANTEED BY UNITED STATES AS TO INTEREST
AND PRINCIPAL, REPORTED BY NATIONAL BANKS IN RESERVE CITIES AND STATES

The following statement shows a classification of United States Government securities and securities guaranteed
by the United States as to interest and principal, reported by national banks according to Reserve cities and States,
June 30, 1936:
U. S. Government securities and securities guaranteed by United States as to interest and principal, reported by national banks, June 30, 1936
[In thousands of dollars]

Obligations guaranteed by the U. S. Government as to interest and principal

Direct obligations of the U. S. Government
Treasurybonds
maturing
on or
before

Location

Dec. 31,
1949

Treasury
bonds
maturing
after Dec.
31, 1949

Other
United
States
bonds

Treasury Treasury
bills
notes

Total

Recon- Federal Home
struction Farm
Owners'
Finance Mortgage Loan
Corpora- Corpora- Corporation
tion
tion

Grand
total
Total

CENTRAL RESERVE CITIES
141,558
127,743

209, 541
220,239

479,786
431,819

536,392

15

1,367,277
779,816

79,596
75,840

14,011
3,326

226,721
6,016

320,328
85t 182

1,687,605
864,998

269,301

New York
Chicago
Total central Reserve cities

429, 780

15

911, 605

536,392

2,147,093

155,436

17,337

232,737

405,510

2, 552, 603

53,653
1,033
514
80, 286
45, 282
1,408
23,467
15,407
166
12, 808
219
7,114
7,870
23,183
3,939
1,765

23,860
2,504
183
66,597
41,054
55,114
11,047
1,009
1,183
934
2,491
4,161
3,722
20,179
7,558
1,928

142,726
1,033
50
46,933
250, 965
79,654
14, 216
5,484
1,364
30,700
7,819
11,409
1,195
24,389
17,071
6,748

12,904

233,143
4,570
747
194, 046
337,301
151,176
48, 731
22,100
2,720
44, 457
16,439
22,684
12, 787
67, 751
41, 217
10, 443

1,013

251
310

4,399
389
109
36,648
499

5,663
699
109
43, 730
1,357
102
12,985
3,215
2,774
5,725
179
13,463
2,563
8,442
13,397
695

238,806
5,269
856
237,776
338,658
151,278
61,716
25,315
5,494
50,182
16,618
36,147
15,350
76,193
54,614
11,138

OTHER RESERVE CITIES

Boston and Bronx .
Brooklyn
.
Buffalo
Philadelphia
Pittsburgh
Baltimore .
_ .
_
Washington
Richmond
Charlotte
Atlanta
_- _
Savannah
JacksonvilleBirmingham
. _
New Orleans
Dallas
_
_
_ _
_
El Paso



_.
_

7
15

1,931
2

230

15, 666
1
200
5,910

10, 718

354

7,082
858
102
989
261
1,646
2,998
23
4,079
3
1,506
8,248

11,996
2,954
1,128
2,727
156
9,030
2,560
6,936
5,149
695

1,197
583
6,445
2,253
981
667
4,562
2,718
1,419
6,086
41, 086
4,352
207
5,997

Fort Worth
___.
Galveston
Houston...
San Antonio
Waco
Little Rock
_...
Louisville
Memphis.
Nashville
Cincinnati
Cleveland
Columbus
Toledo.
Indianapolis
Chicago
Peoria
Detroit
Grand Rapids
Milwaukee
Minneapolis
St. Paul
Cedar Rapids
Des Moines
Dubuque
Sioux City
—
Kansas City, Mo...
St. Joseph
St. Louis
Lincoln
Omaha
Kansas City, Kans.
Topeka
Wichita
Helena
Denver
Pueblo.
Oklahoma City
Tulsa..
Seattle
Spokane-..
Portland
Los Angeles
San Francisco
Ogden
Salt Lake City

1,570
13, 600
205
21, 518
31,140
7,446
200
1,109
2,031
1,067
6,897
703
33,769
1,084
4,932
800
1,435
105
658
19,955
3,424
3,355
5,526
20, 797
1,183
20, 556
62,021
191, 025
1,509
3,212

Total other Reserve cities
Total all Reserve cities




827,587
1,

4,106
3,190
17,949
11,006
1,477
525
7,112
6,132
2,188
7,091
6,249
5,872
358
54,208
3,694
822
26,280
1,316
44,626
14, 448
8,894
190
7
1,426
1,013
3,377
1,003
11, 225
6,695
803
627
1,131
1,826
934
4,909
959
2,616
6,622
12,893
478
14, 812
65,893
171,126
716
4,372

310

1
38
312

130
283
108
3,026
101
651
8
32
20
15

8,631
1,808
51, 432
15,680
2,581
779
18,227
10, 393
4,069
3,575
46,040
18, 444
328
10, 268
6,508
13,191
155,140
1,058
43, 468
54, 227
27, 443
3,941
18, 085
679
3.736
42, 630
1,290
55, 622
5,963
23,160
3,391
6,797
9,584
810
16, 722
884
2,403
8,483
25, 234
2,661
21,824
50, 201
130,768
292
1,456

300

1,179
"5," 513"
2,500
1,000

17,986
" 3 , " 666"
2,500
200
4,805
670
596

3,005
3,995

13,934
5,581
75,826
29, 254
5,054
1,986
29,914
19,255
7,676
17,062
93,375
28,668
70, 474
19, 507
15, 895
200, 533
2,579
112,112
100,836
43,813
4,345
19, 273
4,136
5,946
71,173
3,104
106, 642
13,843
32,046
4,826
9,595
16.340
2,417
42, 256
5,268
8,418
21, 265
58,924
4,325
57,194
181,120
496,915
2,517
9,048

10
400
12

2,074
659
2
611
53
243
515
1,068
335
653
1,552
242
55
691
254

871

4,500
""253"

200
101
1,250
""252"

2,228
681
616
3,373
299
932
405
1,493
1,629
951
909
1,563
1,795
1,167
223
174
267
348
468
6,430
926
3,790
429
4,101
13,287
58, 506
1,866
983

1,143
769
4,606
1,245
1,122
2,032
1,259
6,802
778
1,630
10, 703
9,051
148
341
3,336
1,788
6,804
1,776
11,196
2,448
2,265
1,683
1,029
650
1,502
6,013
1,370
10,424
1,509
1,492
710
497
416
305
5,159
14
5,573
4,619
5,801
289
2,168
59,199
352

3,217
1,428
4,618
2,256
1,175
2,275
1,786
7,870
1,113
2,283
12, 255
9,293
148
396
4,027
2,042
6,804
4,004
11,877
3,935
5,638
1,982
1,961
1,055
2,995
7,642
2,321
15,833
3, Q72
3,540
1, 877
720
590
772
5,608
482
12,003
6,795
9,591
718
6,521
72,486
107,104
2,218
1,609

17,151
7,009
80, 444
31,510
6,229
4,261
31,700
27,125
8,789
19,345
105, 630
37, 961
1,041
70,870
23, 534
17,937
207,337
6,583
123,989
104, 771
49,451
6,327
21, 234
5,191
8,941
78,815
5,425
122,475
16,915
35,586
6,703
10,315
16,930
3,189
47,864
5,750
20,421
28,060
68, 515
5,043
63,715
253,606
604,019
4,735
10, 657

786, 720

7,294

1,571,662

92, 212

3, 285, 475

9,216

147, 202

316, 615

473,033

3, 758,508

1, 216, 500

7,309

2,483, 267

628,604

5, 432, 568

164,652

164,539

549,352

878, 543

6,311, 111

Crc

U. S, Government securities and securities guaranteed by United States as to interest and principal, reported by national banks, June 80,
1986—Continued
[In thousands of dollars]
Obligations guaranteed by the U. S. Government as to interest and principal

Direct obligations of the U. S. Government
Treasury
Treasurybonds
bonds
maturing
maturing
on or
after Dec.
before
31, 1949
Dec. 31,
1949

Location

Maine
New Hampshire
Vermont.
Massachusetts
Rhode Island.
Connecticut

COUNTRY BANKS

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

_..

_._

Total Southern States




__

._.

Treasury
notes

Treasury
bills

Total

Recon- Federal
Home
struction
Farm
Owners'
Finance Mortgage Loan
Corpora- Corpora- Corporation
tion
tion

34,929
14,453
11,106
93,167
27,624
72,757

9,439

25,289

35,140

254,036

100

12,866
5,837
24, 461
111
2,519

35,020
36, 275
37, 890
329
2,594

48,999
43,087
63,301
440
5,213

249,925
206,290
272,750
1,944
21,963

3,138

45,794

112,108

161, 040

752,872

4,368
2,608
1,228
1,725
734
7,538
2,403
775
1,897
7,305
847
2,751
1,542

8,553
5,970
2,530
3,287
1,189
13,777
3,442
2,210
2,647
7,758
2,591
4,510
12, 373

13,421
8,578
3,758
5,012
1,923
21,515
6,049
2,985
4,544
15, 405
3,563
7,285
13,915

52,460
30,669
11,316
15,919
10, 349
57,819
24,472
10,359
14,940
66,304
12, 761
25,963
39, 539

35, 721

70, 837

107,953

372,870

10,915

391

86,313

10,981

218,896

412

415
1,247
1,045
1
203

63,407
56,816
35, 621
55

339
1,000
40

200,926
163, 203
209,449
1,504
16,750

1,113
975
950

248, 208

2,911

160,880

1,379

591,832

11,086
6,612
2,133
1,383
2,779
15,957
3,262
755
1,748
14,513
2,065
4,638
2,468

22, 218
7,822
2,486
2,893
2,351
4,687
4,375
3,240
7,045
17, 510
4,883
7,904
18, 555

103
187
56
814
50
166
120
65
45
538
149
257
125

5,632
7,125
2,813
5,318
3,125
15, 234
10, 666
3,264
1,558
17, 592
2,101
5,879
4,426

500

50

39,039
22,091
7,558
10, 907
8,426
36,304
18,423
7,374
10, 396
50,899
9,198
18, 678
25, 624

69, 399

105,969

2,675

84, 733

2,141

264,917

70, 269
72,143
73,809
93,822
846
7,588

178,454

345
70
499
121
260
50
"746"

Grand
total

7,485
2,405
2,692
10, 470
5,381
6,707

27,444
12,048
8,414
82, 697
22, 243
66, 050

42
27
27
271

Total

4,976
1,539
1,707
7,986
3,676
5,405

9,709
2,789
2,520
23,469
19, 396
28, 430

13,331
4,873
3,575
29, 702
1,405
17,383

64,622
30,331
78,921
602
3,978

_._

Total Eastern States

bonds

50,942

_

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

4,362
4,359
2,292
29,189
1,442

Other
United

200
"212"

200
204
342
125
24
1,395

2,509
866
985
2,284
1,705
1,090

Ohio- —

..

Indiana
Illinois
Michigan
Wisconsin
_
_
.
Minnesota
Iowa
_
. . . .
Missouri
_
_.
Total Middle Western States
North Dakota
South Dakota...
Nebraska
Kansas
_
Montana
Wyoming .
._.__.
Colorado
New Mexico.Oklahoma
Total Western States.
Washington
Oregon
_
California
Idaho
Utah
Nevada
Arizona
_
Total Pacific States
Alaska (nonmember banks)
The Territory of Hawaii (nonmember bank) .
Virgin Islands of the United States (nonmember bank).
Total (nonmember banks).
Total country banks.
Total United States




85
450

70,432
47,997
80, 960
39,134
51,891
47,867
15, 561
13, 588

850
575
497
550
357
160
150
200

9,455
7,696
13, 403
3,266
6,806
4,923
3, 136
1,949

15, 794
9,495
18, 431
8,458
9, 830
7,545
2,196
2,622

26,099
17,766
32,331
12, 274
16,993
12, 628
5,482
4,771

96, 531
65, 763
113,291
51, 408
68,884
60, 495
21, 043
18,359

2,303

367, 430

3,339

50, 634

74,371

128,344

495, 774

385
25
103
295
350

50
2,448
9

10, 426
10,496
14,895
18, 289
15, 685
8,410
13, 959
7,940
16, 068

165

2,529
1,089
4,549
4,785
1,139
797
2,223
815
2,755

2,214
852
2,153
3,080
1,455
536
2,141
2,061
3,749

5,128
1,966
6,805
8,160
2,944
1,333
4,424
2,876
6,669

15, 554
12,462
21,700
26,449
18,629
9,743
18,383
10,816
22, 737

3,162

116,168

26,300
13,784
18, 759
12,133
12,333
9,597
2,810
3,329

26,453
20,141
22,322
9,153
19,296
14,973
4,816
2,890

348
360
943
119
297
800
868
808

17, 241
13, 649
37,886
17,159
19,965
22, 497
6,982
6,111

90
63
1,050
570

99,045

120,044

4,543

141, 490

2,367
1,762
4,246
5,536
4,639
2,753
4,691
1,210
6,274

2,060
2,001
3,254
4,576
4,298
1,515
5,899
2,070
6,076

355
149
494
1,382
535
41
289
56
535

5,644
6,579
6^871
6,175
6,213
4,101
3,030
2,156
3,174

33, 478

31, 749

3,836

43,943

5,629
3,745
11,654
3,032
302
2,014
844

4,531
1,357
9,370
3,380
90
2,233
3,454

286
89
160
30
15
1,768

4,971
1,144
6,912
2,223
23
59
1,356

27, 220

24,415

2,348

16, 688

547
950
26

34(T

5
30
620

111

111

1,383

20,681

18, 241

40,305

,156,473

15,417
6,335
28,207
8,665
430
6,074
5,654

550
50

1,168
1,139
3, 227
854
290
870
583

1,637
599
2,718
3,000
220
1,120
3,058

2,805
1,738
6,495
3,904
510
2,015
3,641

18,222
8,073
34, 702
12,569
940
8,089
9,295

70, 782

625

8,131

12,352

21,108

91,890

1,319

21
612

21
1,931

1,031
11,020
287

25

1,010
9,089
287

123
1,234

6,905
261

60

1,523

7,506

1,319

633

1,952

12,338

460,061

608,160

16,704

535,404

20,082

1,640,411

10,292

171, 719

313,831

495,842

2,136,253

1,556,949

1,824,660

24,013

3,018,671

648, 686

7,072,979

174,944

336,258

863,183

1,374,385

8,447,364

10,386

1,357

68

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY
INVESTMENTS OF NATIONAL BANKS

The tables following disclose a summary of the investments of national banks in United States Government and other bonds and
securities as of June 30, 1934, June 29, 1935, and June 30, 1936, and a
detailed classification by Reserve cities and States of bonds and securities other than United States Government held on June 30,1936.
[In thousands of dollars]
June 30,
1934
Number of banks

-

___

i 5,422

J u n e 29,
1935
5,431

Obligations o—
f
Home Owners' Loan Corporation guaranteed by U. S. Government as to interest only
_
4,423
(2)
Federal land banks
119,330
} 184,312 /
Federal intermediate credit banks
\
83,487
Joint stock land banks
_
_
_
23,620
16,839
States, counties, and municipalities *
1,386, 230
1,212,397
Territorial and insular possessions of the United States
13,118
16,021
Bonds, notes, and debentures (not including stock) of other domestic corporations:
Railroads
—
529,090
593,211
Public utilities
519, 584
536, 496
Real estate corporations
38, 937
36, 628
Other domestic corporations
391,081
366, 671
Stock of Federal Reserve bank
88, 674
90,095
Stock of other domestic corporations:
32,314
35,150
Real estate corporations
•
25,744
Banks and banking corporations
_
25,925
Other domestic corporations
._
85, 226
80,656
Foreign securities:
Obligations of foreign central governments
95, 341
65,167
Obligations of foreign provincial, State, and municipal govern39, 042
48,796
ments
_-.
53,764
50,941
Other foreign securities
Total miscellaneous bonds and securities
U. S. Government securities, direct-obligations
Securities guaranteed by U. S. Government as to interest and principal—
_Total bonds and securities of all classes

J u n e 30,
1936
5,374

(3)
162,258
81, 284
14,438
1,527,644
10,977
665,059
653, 650
36, 728
461,751
79,377
34,879
25,405
108, 605
90,395
42, 662
40,149

3, 344,901

3, 543, 379

4,035,261

5, 645, 741

6, 077, 724

7, 072, 979

« 357,911

1,095,283

1, 374, 385

9, 348,553

10, 716,386

12, 482, 625

1
Licensed banks; i. e., those operating on an unrestricted basis.
2 Included with securities guaranteed by U. S. Government as to interest and principal.
3 Called for redemption July 1, 1935.
4
Including school, irrigation, drainage, and reclamation districts, and instrumentalities of one or more
States.
* Includes Home Owners' Loan Corporation 4-percent bonds, guaranteed by the United States as to
interest only, the amount of which was not called for separately.




U. S. Government, domestic, and foreign bonds, securities, etc.f held by national banks June 30, 1936
[In thousands of dollars]
Miscellaneous bonds, stocks, securities, etc.

r

Bonds, notes, and debentures (not including
stock) of other domestic
corporations

Obligations o—
f

Stock of other
domestic
corporations

Foreign securities

Location
So.3

a9

2§

0 3 , ®

33 £
a M;

2

,Q

PH

CENTRAL RESERVES CITIES

New York
1,687,605
Chicago
Total central Reserve cities... 2, 552, 603
OTHER RESERVE CITIES
Boston
Brooklyn and Bronx.
Buffalo-Philadelphia _
Pittsburgh
Baltimore
Washington
Richmond
Charlotte
Atlanta
Savannah
__

238,806
5,269
856
237, 776
338, 658
151, 278

6,881 43, 599
14,987
161

236,447
82,262

572 5,710
110,805 62, 580 1,405 51, 437 14,437
423 17,086 57,491 27,170
138
9,235 20,477 2,965 22, 684 4,6
497 13,101 7,834 4,580
1,587

636,043 2, 323, 648
185, 271 1,050, 269

21,868 43, 760

318, 709

69 120, 040 83, 057 4,370 74,121 19,131 2,010 17, 583 70, 592 35,004 5,153! 5,848

821,314 3,373, 917

513
145
30
4,282
319

61,716 2,732 735
25, 315
5,494
123
50,182
16, 618
137 3,447

129
81

31

44, 607
2,652
246
35,924
6,570
4,817
1,524
4,357
1, '""
18
,

146
2,251
509
273 30, 520
10 12,147
732
2,085
2,041
50
1,375
1,301

8,172
2,341
459
27,024
10,082
254
2,823
991
473
503

186 6,011 3,428
1,199
130
337
20
739 19,443 2,286
398 11,044 1,593
513
389
1,291 431
912
212
59
301
81
173
229
855

i Including school, irrigation, drainage, and reclamation districts, and instrumentalities of one or more States.



1,948
207 1,553
4
667
877

818 1,822 4,365
13
107
117
10
5
2,168 4,165 3,241 4,453
435
76
1,859
10
15
20
166
618
113
258
160
103
19
63
439
105
133
182
2
80

6,857
195

96, 337
9,159
1,616
136,407
45, 771
6,779
12,934
9,678
1,786
9,890
8,664

335,143
14, 428
2,472
374,183
384, 429
158,057
74,650
34,993
7,280
60,072
25,282
CO

U. S. Government, domestic, and foreign bonds, securities, etc., held by national banks June 30, 1936—Continued
[In thousands of dollars]
Miscellaneous bonds, stocks, securities, etc.
Bonds, notes, and debentures (not including
stock) of other domestic
corporations

Obligations o—
f

Stock of other
domestic
corporations

Foreign securities

Location

3 -fc

OTHER RESERVE CITIES—COntd.

Jacksonville
Birmingham
New Orleans
Dallas
_
El Paso
Fort Worth
Galveston
Houston
San Antonio
Waco
Little Rock
Louisville
Memphis
Nashville
Cincinnati
Cleveland
-i
Columbus
Toledo




_
_

._

_.
-._

36,147
15,350
76,193
54, 614
11,138
17,151
7,009
80, 444
31, 510
6,229
4,261
31, 700
27,125
8,789
19,345
105,630
37,961
1,041

543
80
615 2,058
334 247
50
288
56
385
2,449
68
574
106
15
735 1,029
664 1 T "
1,474
1,030 272
1,815 3,019
13,133
225

517

43

70

4,205
4,927
11,711
3,705
767
4,790
2,113
5,857
5,105
1,118
2,280
712
14,302
8,484
5,397
5,837
9,102
537

10
250

14
"579

1,302
69
1,022
152
12
377
304
443
159
8
424
1,612
65
383
1,499
7,910
1,567
85

572 971
262
10
189
576
794
2
471
595
341
12
365 3,082
50
66 '""21
202
3,200
13
212
50
1,401 301
5,554
84
1,609
420
394

1,422
280
1,201
1,716
534
355
2,085
273
199
107
3,117
363
1,514
1,692
8,162
2,1
273

234
332
391
591
46
181

124

679 1,034
11
207
54
41
250
25
287
273
5
401
714 '27795
30
409
14

45

276
215
310
23
72
240
32

3
14
296
5
3
9

81
51
198
848
235
314

37
5
415
56
144
80
62
132
7

32

56
49
1
61
15
348
47
678 396
172 1,505

19

104
18
10
39
351

6,261
18,144
9,168
1,021
7,418
3,882
16,496
5,955
2,151
3,150
10,896
17,651
13, 625
12, 751
37,632
31,607
1,528

45,956
21,611
94, 337
63,782
12,159
24, 569
10,891
96,940
37,465
8,380
7,411
42, 596
44,776
22,414
32,096
143,262
69, 568
2,569

70,870
Indianapolis
23,534
Chicago
17,937
Peoria
207, 337
Detroit
6,583
Grand Rapids
123,989
Milwaukee
104,771
Minneapolis
49,451
St. Paul
6,327
Cedar Rapids
21,234
Des Moines
5 191
Dubuque
8,941
Sioux City
78,815
Kansas City, Mo
5,425
St. Joseph
122,475
St. Louis
16,915
Lincoln
35,586
Omaha
6,703
Kansas City, Kans
10,315
Topeka
16,930
Wichita
3 189
Helena
47,864
Denver
5,750
Pueblo
20, 421
Oklahoma City
28,060
Tulsa
68,515
Seattle
5,043
Spokane
63, 715
Portland
253, 606
Los Angeles
604,019
San Francisco
4,735
Ogden
Salt Lake City
._.. 10, 657
3,758, 508
Total other Reserve cities
6, 311, 111
Total all Reserve cities

1,535
175
412
5
508

197

340
30

551
857
150
341

260
5
700
171
1,640
121
144
258 1,625

180
5

1,249
166
201
50
116
412 2,869
75
747 2,150
10
1,255
285
548 1,517
73
237
1,295

413

4,875 1,900

176

29
124

7,996
8,651
3,091
8,243
908
1,492
9,803
3,870
7,399
6,209
322
666
7,699
1,090
" 7,913
981
13,130
920
2,509
809
714
8,768
167
19,925
6,686
12,792
2,721
14,333
56,594
119,377
432
2,244

29
145

60
25
18
101
4
4
138

225
85
32
8
50
667

1,148
1,869
1,505
1,266
290
2,335
2,693
1,436
672
47
195
1,093
206
2,156
100
1,933
116
4
76
233
2,401
383
296
746
5,797
151
6.398
3,169
15,877
237
449
133,769

1,337
1,694
989
476
29
3,508
1,918
650
100
238
173
81
1,493
298
3,652
50
812
181
10
59
138
2,401
585
378
293
4,694
112
10,069
5,971
12,486
328
266
124,070

1
23
45
324
335
83
27
1,958
65
8
1
948
5
3
5
78

5
3,943
3,270
1
21

1,470
2,236
523
525
15
4,003
2,119
853
140
641
45
137
504
387
2,140
1,046
150
9
196
243
1,489
335
326
727
2,657
67
5,560
5,467
18,444
298
315
121, 094

356
7
2
61
437
236
15,152
15,275
73
73
129
136
18
76
11
7,035
67
106
119
159
202
2
12,158
840
2
6
39
1,356
60
10
' 14,371
522 1,372
4
616
171
24
11
721
19,934
555
504
418
9,821
117
455 1,000
9
155
475
7,696
30
172
10,302
46
865
18
24
87
10
2,206
56
322
300
591
494
14, 707
106
268
2.629
60
10
136
44
26
579
200
21,809
39
56
25 2,214
69
102
1,597
3
15
242
5
4
18,682
118
1
35
1,779
3
6
1
5
2,780
49
27
4,537
113
7
1,452
22
15
19, 505
410
316
28
248
175
69
1,640
50
20
13
8
40
1
23,044
265
345
16
28
9,260
353
28
46
58
38
29,358
488
749
24
50
5
1
54
3,571
114
33
40,472
356
1,194
427
427
82,434
1,898
770
24
418 2,434
985
711
3,874 12,941
221 1,649 4,381 1,216 1,415 202,769
1
2
39
1,888
550
5,472
102
5
60
596
4 1,406
27,169 22,187 5,022 22,127 22, 283 12,163 14.875 1,153,722 4,

86,022
38,809
24,972
219,495
7,939
138,360
124, 705
59,272
14,023
31, 536
6,056
11,147
93, 522
8,054
144,284
18, 512
54,268
8,482
13, 095
21,467
4,641
67,369
7,390
43,465
37,320
97,873
8,614
104,187
336,040
806,788
6,623
16,129
912, 230




o

O
O

49,486 34, 264 2,754

4
540,094 3,052

71,354 78,024 2,754

858,803 3,121 253,809 207,127 23, 683 195, 215 46, 300 24,197 22, 605 92,719 57, 287 17, 315 20, 723 1,975,036 8, 286,147

w

229 4,413
1,829
58 7,278 14,316
1,941
23 2,289
116 4,452 6,052
18 2,791
2,066
16 4,152 5,420
354 12,877
11,435
165 21, 691 29,483
1,892
191 1,933
44 3,027 5,229
41 12, 775 • 9, 022
114 3,492
13,479
929 27,795
32,642
440 53,375 69, 522
701 33,103
84,198
155 69,404 69,834
778 20, 798
45,874
629 47,820 46, 711
50,219
743 124,942 129,587 2,460 77, 587
100 1,248
887
10 1,945 2,502
311 3,996
3,327
249 5,242 6,087
184,505 1,786 249, 353 254, 721 4,350 136, 732

O
d

19, 313

COUNTRY BANKS

Maine .
New Hampshire .
Vermont
Massachusetts
Rhode Island
Connecticut
Total New England States...
New York
New Jersey
Pennsylvania
Delaware
_
Maryland
Total Eastern States

o

9
34,929
14,0
557
534
14,453
355
271
11,106
57
141
93,167 2,730
181
10
27,624
681 1,293
3
72,757
434
254,036 4,954 1,574
249,925 4,518
216
315
206,290 4,039
516
272,750 13,534
11 2,877
1,944
150
21,963 2,543
752,872 24,784
326 3,609

442
326
240
1,467
445
1,022
3,942
3,732
2,699
6,456
133
324
13,344

12
8
1,018
283
4
1,325

17
104
5
91
14
60
291

3,667
399
2,851
198
353 1,093
5
28
41
36
6,917 1,754

221
159
50
923
96
395
1,844
1,359
1,024
4,358
40
111
6,892

501
734
1,149
254
228
216
629
239
173
832 1,577
1,305
13
71
86
856 1,133
388
4,264 2,946 3,174
4,096 3,483 3,000
2,586 2,064 1,356
8,668 6,456 7,075
310
127
100
324
517
408
16,177 12, 538 11,855

31,905
66,834
17,049
31,502
16,078
27,184
86,146
179, 313
13, 515
41,139
44, 758
117, 515
209,451
463,487
282,180
532,105
179,943
386, 233
436,419
709,169
7,585
9,529
45,479
23,516
929,643 1, 682, 515

i
3

U. S. Government, domestic, and foreign bonds, securities, etc, held by national banks June 80, 1936—Continued

to

[In thousands of dollars]
Miscellaneous bonds, stocks, securities, etc.
Bondsr notes, and debentures (not including
stock) of other domestic
corporations

Obligations o—
f

Stock of other
domestic
corporations

o

Foreign securities

s

II

Location
SS

o
o

o
ft

3
+3

I

CD

•s

Total Southern States.
Ohio
Indiana...
Illinois....
Michigan..




_...

o

o

COUNTRY BANKS—continued

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

£1 O M

O

52,460
30,669
11,316
15,919
10,349
57,819
24,472
10, 359
14, 940
66,304
12,761
25,963
39, 539

3,790
1,
579
703
422
1,603
1,028

792
86
3,353
1, ""
1,
879

372,870 18,507
96,631 11,111
65,763 5,483
113,291 7,174
840
51,408

640
61
1
20
301
17
112
10 1,118
126
270
53
2,278
315
1,234
418 1,077
141
78

10,777
7,348
10,127
5,070
3,145
8,640
16, 651
11, 777
9,910
45, 592
8,973
8,464
12, 014

81
15
10
16
99
81
321
240
27
76

158,488 1,147
46,713 1,375
9,419
537
32,534
790
19,583
103

3,224
2,318
131
194
731
1,388
1,377
515
124
1,050
1,177
2,947
826

3,595
2,501
87
123
1,138
1,713
2,041
396
140
1,304
1,041
3,931
777

930
567
71
161
824
119
13
233
62
709
262

2,970
3,701
54
131
642
1,426
1,415
356
172
2,048
1,005
3,518
1,724

954
526
537
657
264 .....
182
253
17
398
377
507
99
203
14
245
138
,549
15
239
1
509
54
445

16,002 18,787 3,960 19,162 6,285 1,908
26
330 12,670 1,622
16,413 16, 628
30
157 6,967
701
13,166 12,854
129
468 14, 391 1,160
13,240 15,911
3
285 7,936
10,305 13,167
575

172
35
6
1
15
7
15
16
94
60
25
52
59
557

829
755
163
104
58
50
185
165
632
364
182
207
352

357
450

7
55
268
296
34
7
129
255
235
100
4,046 2,193

238
41
2
7
33
92
150
37
1
100
129
177
93
1,100

462 1,551 1,381
234
771
621
301 1,154
934,
687 1,386

116
64
5
16
201
16

29,201
20,814
11,440
6,542
6,627
16, 539
24,887
14,873
11, 562
67,121
15,190
23, 023

81, 661
51,483
22,756
22,461
16,976
74.358
49.359
25,232
26, 502
123,425
27,951

17, 710
64&
523
75
447
424

57,255

255,535

628,405
207,703
118,039
203,431
108,206

111,172
52,276
90,140
66,798

o
o
d

68,884
832
188
11,868
89 11,391 15,887
702 12,818
645
21
3
233 1,264
590
359
56,900
125,784
10
Wisconsin
_
382
57, 013
117, 508
242 7,756
3
7
116
968 1,017
567
28, 635
727
60,495 2,705
51 7,182 6,655
Minnesota
41,817
1
194
20, 774
14
287
131
2
882
20 2,264
21,043 1,498
32
10,145
297
228 2,618 2,161
Iowa
_
30, 669
10
12, 310
130
34
249
7
283
38
88 1,045
49
76
5,898
245 1,222
1,116
18, 359 1,820
Missouri
Total Middle Western States. 495, 774 31,463 615 4,438 164,795 3,418 75, 537 84,379 2,292 65,847 5,976 263 124 2,330 7,511 6,044 2,351 457, 383 953,157
24, 353
8,799
4
9
52
183
104
144
45
4,876
21
973
15, 554
905
58
467
958
North Dakota
1
22,375
12
9,913
6,623
180
29
12,462
183
92
100
900
8
249
761
713
7
55
South Dakota
1
1
33,324
6
11,624
94
21,70.0 2,226
156
27
62
1,381
303
379
5,061
270
869
Nebraska
788
42,019
4
444
3
11,403
110
309
71
15,570
26,449 1,640
71
29
435
67
441
45
498
Kansas
1
4,462
479
9,982
185
254
28,611
16
21 1,077 1,384
110
903
18, 629
778
25
287
Montana
13
10
1,872
3,770
13,513
120
69
20
9,743
209
12
454
460
47
8
476
11
3,956
18,383
763
10
1,292
216
31 1,184
61
77 1,429
Colorado
I 22 298 559 95 10,005 28,388
14,732
32
135
2,408
41
123
85
21
20
3,916
10, 816
912
63
76
New Mexico
55,186
27,101
484
29
120
58
110
2
13
203
32,449
22, 737 1,254
999
58
985 1,033
Oklahoma
262,501
Total Western States
276
559
67,762
114
3
156,473 8,498
419 6,814 7,143
359 7,603 2,200
151 1,593 1,653
881 106,028
34,122
7,942
10
44 1,652
306
2
397
542
15,900
18, 222
590
49 1,971 1,879
311
205
Washington
17,995
5
8,214
7
9,922
6
2
225
86
97
8,073
272
324
110
237
337
Oregon. _ _ _ _
752 3,250
81,088
171
46,386
31,652
99 3,161 5,154
117
131
443
34, 702
523
70
56
143
664
California
5
4
5,282
5
9
17,851
3,509
95
12, 569
123
473
42
44
373
89
511
Idaho _ _
8
3
5
1,441
501
940
363
22
19
36
45
Utah
13, 665
41
5,576
8,089
80
2,767
118
34
25
657
695
27
Nevada
226
906
16,763
9,295
94
3,087
732
7,468
964
300
13
71
673 1,118
105
85
7
191
Arizona
28
182,925
91,890 2,698
91,035
Total Pacific States
365
57, 534
301 7,295 9,950 1,155 6,946 1,330
924
155
71
589 1,267
455
1
1
1,757
3
1,031
111
726
86
155
10
33
326
Alaska (nonmember banks)
The Territory of Hawaii (nonmember bank)
21,114
11,020
3,004
34
10,094
345 2,740 1,610
2,280
33
48
Virgin Islands of the United States
(nonmember bank).
617
287
31
330
16
59
48
85
91
23,488
Total (nonmember banks)
12, 338
64
11,150
1
3,115
345 2,874 2,021
34
103
142
2,451
2,136, 253 90,904 3,260 11,684 668,841 7,856 411, 250 446, 523 13, 045 266, 536 33, 077 10, 682 2,800 15,886 33,108 25,347 19,426 2,060,225 4,196,478
Total country banks. _
_
8,447,364 162,258 81, 284 14,438 1, 527, 644 10, 977 665, 059 653, 650 36, 728 461, 751 79,377 34,879 25,405 108, 605 90,395 42, 662 40,149 4,035, 261 12,482,625
Total United States

EARNINGS AND DIVIDENDS OF NATIONAL BANKS

The statements following show the earnings and dividends of national banks for each of the 5 years ended June 30,
1932 to 1936; the capital, surplus, earnings, and expenses, etc., of national banks in reserve cities, States, and Federal
Reserve districts in the year ended June 30, 1936; and a summary of earnings and dividends of national banks, grouped
by size of banks according to deposits, for the year ended December 31, 1935. (In the appendix of this report are published tables showing the capital, surplus, earnings, and expenses, etc., of national banks according to reserve cities,
States, and Federal Reserve districts in the 6-month periods ended Dec. 31, 1935, and June 30, 1936, together with
abstracts^ of reports of earnings and dividends of national banks, grouped by size of banks according to deposits,
geographically, and by Federal Reserve districts, for the year ended Dec. 31, 1935.)



Earnings and dividends of national banks for the years ended June 30, 1932-86
[In thousands of dollars]
1932 (6,150 banks)

1933 (4,902 banks)

1934 (5,422 banks)

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

51,193
2,600
1,463,412
1,517,205
940, 598
2,457,803

401,989
10,081
1,326, 722
1, 738, 792
854,057
2,592,849

1,813,970
831,846
2, 645,816

973,393
2,671,644

3,279,848

2,856, 554

3,001,033

3,086,418

3,165,728

Percent
to total

Percent
to total

Amount

Percent
to total

283,568
10,657
14,099

53.68
82. U
1.21
1.60

388,064
291,901
1,551
17, 936

48.12
86.19
.19
2.22

346,995
323,491
1,409
19, 438

12,538
21,461
14,006
52,337

4
2.43
1.59
5.98

14, 111
23,616
16,317
53,030

1.75
2.93
2.02
6.58

8,324
26, 479
22, 685
54,313

882,362

100.00

806, 526

100.00

803,134

100.00

798, 996

100.00

204,513

80.71

202,214

86.80

209, 217

87.82

214,703
24,857

88.87

18, 521
46, 715
189,087
17,181

2.78
7.01
28.89
2.58
6.16

1,943
10,321
4,151
43, 606

.75
7.83

1,875
8,009
155, 632
612

.34
1.45
28.13
.11
7.59

22.37

128,705

23.10

1,553
5,546
132, 252
322
2 10, 753
34,305
2
2, 093
150,901

100.00

557, 043
249, 483

100. 00

Capital, par value:
Class A preferredClass B preferredCommon
Total....
Surplus
Total capital and surplusCapital funds *
_
Amount

Gross earnings:
615,357
57.77
Interest and discount on loans
_
Interest and dividends on bonds, stocks, and other securities
298,841 28.06
Interest on balances with other banks
_
1.37
14,645
Collection charges, commissions, fees, etc
_
1.19
12,699
Foreign department (except interest on foreign loans, investments, and
18,172
bank balances)
_
_
1.71
Trust department
_
22,366
2.10
Service charges on deposit accounts
_
Rent received
_
} 83,092
Other current earnings
Total earnings from current operations.
1,065,172 100.00
Expenses:
Salaries and wages: *
Officers...
_._
.-. 239, 200 SI. 00
Employees other than officers
Number of officers*
_
Number of employees other than officers3

:.

473, 696

503,914
21,208

25,820
66, 772
230,439
21,504
48,080
139,783
771,598

293,574

8.35
8.65
2.79
6.23
18.12
100.00

41, 020
148,973
666, 010
216,352

423,228
20,261
1,254,762
1,

Amount
Amount

41,992
135,866
553,203

249, 931

totQtal

343,110
313,982
913
21,329

42.94
39.30
.11
2.67

5,518
1.04
30,259
8.30
2.82
26,168
23,310
6.76 / 2 34,407
\

.69
8.79
8.28

43.20
40.28
.18
2.42

_

Interest on deposits of other banks
Interest on other demand deposits
Interest on other time deposits
Interest and discount on borrowed money
Real-estate taxes
Other taxes...
Fees paid to directors and members of executive, discount, and advisory
committees
___
Other expenses
_
_
_
Total
_
Net earnings-_.
_



Amount

1935 (5,431 banks) 1936 (5,374 banks)

24-56

too. oo

552, 428
246,568

} r.i

.28
LOO

28.94
.06

8.16

}*.
100.00

Recoveries, profits on securities sold, etc.:
Recoveries on loans
Recoveries on bonds, stocks, and other securities
Profits on securities sold *
Allother
_
Total
Total net earnings, recoveries etc
Losses and depreciation:
On loans
. _ _
.
On bonds stocks, and other securities
On banking house, furniture and
fixtures
-. Other losses and depreciation
Total
Net addition to profits..
Dividends:
On preferred stock
_
_- _
On common stock
_
_
Total

. . .

- - -

.

.

16,753 24.93
9,521
24,869 \ 51.18
16,051 23.89
67,194 100.00
360,768

17,129
51,515
9,915
78, 559
294,911

231,420
259,478 61.84
236,557
201,848 40.83
15,916
17,693
3.53
29,402
21, 529
4.30
500, 548 100.00 513, 295
5 218,384
* 139, 780
169,155
169,155

22
6 99,124
99,146

21.81
65.57
12.62
100.00

45.08
46.09
8.10
5.73
100. 00

26,304
93, 580
15,467
135, 351
384,834

19.43
69.14
11.43
100.00

64,197
16.81
32,341
21.45
79.02 / 143,266 } 74.24
156,645
\ 78,956
4.31
12,916
4.67
9,246
198, 232 100. 00 299, 335 100.00
448,163
545,903

379, 294
241,789
29,833
37, 464
688,380
s 303, 546

55.10
85.13
4.33
6.44
100.00

188, 237 49.96
136, 743 36.29
22,313
5.92
29, 498
7.83
376, 791 100.00
71, 372

3,430
7 72,418
75,848 -

-

16,176
«87,241
103,417

155,026
93, 531
24,406
30,969
303, 932
241, 971

51.01
30.77
8.03
10.19
100.00

20,465
»105, 214
125,679

Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Ratios:^
Percent
8.89
Dividends on common stock to common capital .
6.77
6.77
10.78
6.46
4.72
Dividends on common stock to common capital and surplus
5 98
4 12
8 32
4.11
4.61
.83
8.08
Dividends on preferred stock to preferred capital
.04
7.40
Dividends on preferred and common stock to preferred and common capital.
4.36
5.70
6.53
8.97
Dividends on preferred and common stock to capital funds
8 47
2.53
8.35
5.16
Dividends on preferred and common stock to preferred and common capital
4.70
8.91
and surplus _ _ .
. . .
«_
.
«
2.93
4.08
19.28
Net addition to profits to common capital
8 22.88
814.92
*8.91
5.54
6
10.85
8.87
Net addition to profits to common capital and surplus
«18.92
8 9 08
4 H
14.25
8.93
Net addition to profits to common and preferred capital
814.89
817.46
6
9.06
2.70
Net addition to profits to common and preferred capital and surplus
8 89
8 11.71
6
8
7.64
2.31
8 10. 11
Net addition to profits to capital funds. . .
_
4 26
7 64
98.14
28.56
8121 67
Net addition to profits to net earnings
• 100 94
847 61
69.14
68.88
Expenses to gross earnings
_
69.07
75.48
72.44
1 Represents aggregate book value of capital stock, surplus, undivided profits, reserves for contingencies, reserves for dividends payable in common stock, and retirement fund
for preferred stock. (Book value of capital stock and other amounts comprising capital funds appear on p. 119 of this report.;
2 6 months ended June 30,1936, when first called for separately.
* Amounts paid to officers, as distinguished from employees other than officers, and the numbers of officers and employees, were first called for separately in the 6-month
period ended June 30,1936. Figures showing the number of officers and employees represent the number of salaried officers and the number of full-time and part-time employees
other than officers on the pay roll at the end of the period.
* Such profits in period from July 1,1932, to Dec. 31,1935, were not called for separately but were included with recoveries on bonds, stocks, and other securities.
«Deficit.
* Includes stock dividends of $50,000.
? Includes stock dividends of $710,000.
s Includes stock dividends of $2,243,000.
»Includes stock dividends of $7,342,000.
10 Except in the case of capital funds in which the book value of capital stock is included, the percentage ratios stated are based on the par value of the capital stock, etc.
NOTE.—The number of banks, capital, surplus, and capital funds used in this table are as of end of period.




Abstract of reports of earnings and dividends of national banks for the year ended June 30, 1936
[In thousands of dollars]
Par value of capital stock

Number of Class A
banks preferred
stock

Location

Class
B preferred
stock

Common
stock

Total

1,097

5,257
4,521
23, 026
44,863
6,970
16,973

10, 531
6,547
5,755
34,465
45,313
7,620
22,364

14, 778
10,872
8,032
48,791
114,255
14,847
34,135

1,836
1,492
1,208
6,637
10, 722
1,443
5,666

132,595 113,115

245,710

29, 004

21,408

56,297 91, 554 33, 715
431
3,900
2,575
204, 759 258,754 238,945
38, 083 68,437 21,517
94, 473 113,895 101,357
32, 476 35,401 40,820
22, 700 22,900 30,200
1,928 2,475
1,733
7,179 3,761
4,637
7,250 5,728
6,250
9,300 5,092
7,650

125,269
4,331
497,699
89,954
215,252
76,221
53,100
4,403
10,940
12,978
14,392

17,156
544
32,534
11,313
26,995
8,020
2,984
432
1,854
846
2,096

17, 724
511
37,138
12,931
26,410
11,135
10,457
425
1,591
2,996
2,044

620,498 484,041 1,104,539 104, 774

123,362

329

20,694

3,297

108,604

442
7
9
234
686
17
7
16
58
5

30, 324
1,325
53,995
26,973
18,575
2,625
200
185
2,472
1,000
1,650

4,933

Total Eastern States.. 1,490 139,324

9,541

471,633

113
60
10

22, 576
9,964
4,670
1,050
3,155

Total New England
States.
New York 2
Brooklyn and Bronx....
New York_
—
New Jersey
Pennsylvania
Philadelphia
Pittsburgh
Delaware.._.,
Maryland
Baltimore
Washington, D. C
Virginia 3
_
West Virginia
North Carolina _Charlotte
South Carolina




-.

132
79
40
3
20

2,932
3,156
1,470
250
1,450

3,381
847
300

Interest on
balances
with
other
banks

2,352
1,186
1,034
5,948
6,555
1,124
3,209

3,062
990
1,134
10,114
450
650
4,294

475
300
100
1,325

Total
Surplus capital
and
surplus

Interest
Inter- and dividends
est and on bonds,
discount stocks,
and
on
other
loans
securities

4,247
4,325
2,277
14,326
68,942
7,227
11, 771

40
52
43
122
6
12
54

Maine
New Hampshire
Vermont
Massachusetts
Boston
Rhode Island
Connecticut

Gross earnings

25,621
13,180
6,150
1,300
4,610

13,392
4,837
2,664
665
1,473

39,013
18,017
8r814
= 1,965
6,083

7,320
3,289
1,410
303
1,061

3,241
1,634
724
184
577

Collection
charges,
commissions,
fees, etc.

46
46
28
193
260
17
85

Foreign
department
Serv
(except
ice
interest Trust charges Rent
on for- depart- on dereeign
ment posit ceived l
loans,
acinvestcounts
ments,
and bank
balances)

Other
earnings

Total
gross
earnings

61

165

112
110
49
814
727
89
411

58
81
39
550
729
27
407

121
88
546
2,000
38
472

4,662
3,077
2,480
15,026
22, 653
2,854
11,108

675
18

167
38
34
320
826
81
842
2,308

2,312

1,891

3,354

61,860

508
11
1,850
336
458
156
83
7
26
41
53

1,551
140
1,361
1,080
876
349
16
21
62
71
213

765
35
3,059
977
1,533
295
326

13

564
3
6,217
727
1,061
389
166
10
29
180
191

146
116

1,047
30
6,288
1,080
1,779
495
287
5
65
138
125

39,339
1,278
91,028
28,468
59,201
21,175
14,365
906
3,668
4,424
4,851

2,960

9,537

5,740

7,297

11,339

268, 703

384
133
65
11

408
133
262
47
124

248
251
60
21
34

370

12,207
5,881
2,746
623
2,176

3,529
209
73
143
39
234

16
815
31
16

4
2,520
15
46
304
46

74

Georgia4
Florida.—
Jacksonville...
Alabama 8
Mississippi
Louisiana
New OrleansTexas fl
Dallas
Fort Worth...
Galveston
Houston
San Antonio..
Waco
Arkansas
Little Rock...
Kentucky
Louisville
Tennessee
Memphis
Nashville

1,189
1,402
25
27
3
426
4
3
4
9
7
3
47

2,623
1,290
2,800
6,331
2,900
1,850

350
6,650
1,800
500
1,035
200
1,830
1,493
3,667

18, 205 7,960
9,877 3,580
6,000 1,825
20,625 7,475
5,473 1,335
6,120 2,177
8,000 4,863
36,643 16, 557
16,050 3,700
4,700 1,330
2,000
950
15,750 6,909
5,100 1,815
1,350
476
5,475 2,482
1,000
356
10,960 6,221
3,993 4,350
11,769 3,072
5,500 4,050
8,300
800

25
2,650
125
141

350
35
250
100

4,000

4,511
1,354
763
3,567
1,060
8,297
1,640
12,863 2,122
53, 200 11, 012
19, 750 3,664
6,030 1,425
2,950
467
22, 659 1,901
6,915
882
1,826
261
7,957
1,374
1,356
248
17,181 2,951
8,343
1,342
14,841 2,547
9,550 1,507
9,100
1,612

1,995
1,717
1,058
2,050
918
783
1,987
4,281
1,421
678
323
2,160
837
204
941
216
1,644
1,149
1,718
1,103
864

26,165
13,457
7,825
28,100

649
359
118
243
214
141
279
826
179
30
40
88
30
30
194
57
58
128
333
126

320
72
179
227
18
34
207
87
140
44
18
96
51
2
18
7
45
34
72
90
37

341
394
88
244
84
164
79
953
116
121
21
223
61
47
122
33
114
161
106
98
115

215 2,465

134

393
133
105
260
73
86
235
452
128
134
9
487
224
15
56
8
125
24
84
109
65

463
173
113
413
90
131
215
653
167
146
52
567
201
15
69
16
145
50
123
455

8,672
4,218
2,431
7,141
2,458
2,979
5,177
18,282
5,815
2,581

931
5,533
2,286
577
2,776
606
5,086
2,823
4,827
3,699
2,907

Total Southern States. 1,185

57,454

3,864

192,433

253, 751 105,314

359, 065 59, 593

34,407

162

4,898

3,819

5,220

115,438

241
4
3
122
3
275

20,592

493

78,580~ 10, 671
13, 370 1,470
13, 700 1,596
23,598 3,450
11,860
826
38,607 5,066

9,719
1,282
1,809
3,617
1,796
6,254

439
14
116
242
31
586

118
15

"139"

59,661 18,919
7,900 5,470
9,700 4,000
17,860 5,738
7,050 4,810
27, 622 10, 985

65

2,300
5,660
1,800
6,471

38,576
7,900
7,400
11, 360
5,250
21,012

1,010
146
142
179
39
226

814
12
244
464
112
871

616
220
142
237
124
398

840
183
505
382
59
488

24, 292
3,342
4,559
8,586
3,012
13,903

59,475

125, 350 31,095

Ohk>
Cincinnati
Columbus
Indiana
Indianapolis
Illinois.
Chicago, central Reserve city banks
Chicago, other Reserve
city banks
Peoria
_Michigan 8
Wisconsin 9
Minnesota
Minneapolis
St. Paul

65,875

840

13, 946

19,437

2,044

633

6,725

801

1,727

2,153

47,474

3,000
3,500 1,630
5,130
615
3,060
3,260 2,050
5,310
392
470
18,113 35, 606 13, 664
49, 270 5,158
120
19,046 33, 646 8,387
42, 033 4,549
303 13,4,12 17,014 7,057
24,071 3,424
11, 900 16, 400 7,628
24,028 3,123
6,750
9,000 6,175
15,175 2,052
1 6 months ended June 30,1936. Amounts for previous periods included with other earnings.
2
Includes 2 banks in Reserve city of Buffalo.
3 Includes 2 banks in Reserve city of Richmond.
« Includes 2 banks in each Reserve city of Atlanta and Savannah,
fl Includes 1 bank in Reserve city of Birmingham.
8 Includes 2 banks in Reserve city of El Paso.
7 Includes 2 banks in Reserve city of Cleveland and 1 bank in Toledo.
8 includes 2 banks in each Reserve city of Detroit and Grand Rapids.
• Includes 1 bank in Reserve city of Milwaukee.

1,005
458
7,684
6,358
3,768
2,611
1,297

241
26
375
317
869
706
333

20

41
70
393
100
107
792
5

466
55
710
708
290
216

37
63
392
448
194
75
161

103
69
589
687
400
133
253

2,528
1,133
15, 395
13, 216
9,114
7,716
4,182




12
3
83
106
196
4

500
200
17, 023
14,480
3,299
4,500
2, 250

156,445

Abstract of reports of earnings and dividends of national banks for the year ended June SO, 1986—Continued

4
00

[In thousands of dollars]
Par value of capital stock

Number of Class A
banks preferred
stock

Location

Iowa 1
0
Sioux City
Missouri
Kansas City
St. Joseph
St. Louis
_

111
4
69

7
4
6

Total Middle Western States
North Dakota
South Dakota
Nebraska
Lincoln
Omaha __
Kansas n
Topeka
Wichita
Montana 12
Wyoming13
Colorado
Denver
New Mexico
Oklahoma
Oklahoma City
Tulsa

138
15

1,100

Common
stock

Total

7,667
1,100
4,720
5,200
1,100
13,800

13,220
1,250
6,145
6,710
1,100
14,900

17,360
1,862
8,355
10, 739
1,981
19, 295

2,571
278
1,541
1,760
281
2,355

1,616
238
2,998

416,894 143,875

560,769

65,124

75, 567

6,042
5,916
10,127
2,311
8,113
15,920
1,639
3,772
6,916
4,031
8,829
10,570
2,872
16,315
8 893
11,800

816
969
2,080
381
1,156
2,821
200
343
937

698
662
1,043
374
1,042
1,500
318
383
994

124,066

21,490

2,518

259,841

1,357
2,251
1,350
300
2,200
2,112

50
15

3,125
2,597
5,777
1,350
3,400
9,748
1,200
2,300
4,190
1,965
4,505
4,000
1,560
10, 295
5 488
4,000

4,532
4,863
7,127
1,650
6,100
11,997
1,200
2,400
4,866
2,710
6,058
6,150
1,965
11,025
7,350
9,150

65,500

89,143

64
51
128
3
6

183
3
4
46
26
74
5

22
205
5
_"_-

4
829

100
646
545

1,553
2,150
405
718
1 812
5,150
22,649

500
137
30
200

12
50
994

Total
Surplus capital
and
surplus

Interest
Inter- and dividends
est and on bonds,
discount stocks,
and
on
other
loans
securities

4,140
612
2,210
4,029
881
4,395

1,267 154,535

Total Western States.




5,415
150
1,410
1,510

Class
B preferred
stock

Gross earnings

1,510
1,053
3,000
661
2,013
3,923
439
1,372
2,050
1,321
2,771
4,420
907
5,290
1 543
2,650
34,923

949

1,536
1,374
718
3,989
1 511
1,710

2,348
281
991

418

1,236
1,770
363
2,542
1,629

Interest on Collection
balances charges,
commiswith
other sions,
banks fees, etc.

Foreign
department
Serv(except
ice
interest Trust charges Rent
on for- depart- on dereeign
ment posit ceived
loans,
acinvestcounts
ments,
and bank
balances)

Other
earnings

Total
gross
earnings

133
16

2

306
6

144
41

26
22

5

226

16

186

106

125

142

6,279
719
3,003
4,044
631
6,159

253

7,154

993 10,625

6,844

5,246

7,481

179, 287

24
13
2
7
173
35
20
48
12

88
155
268
45

75
59
74
34

171
130
113
37

174

284

373

22
59
260

121
333
235

30
151
93

39
165
98

2
2
23

1

8
1
10
3
16
11

3
25
6

336
18

130
3

448
65

150
19

296
53

86

19

209

70

85

334
206
235
16

1

195

2

42

209
10
43
182
86
126
88

3

52
350
47

841

15

42

15,813

99

2,221

34
27

6

176

333

328

2,207
2,194
3,815
894
3,400
5,482
623
1,037
2,458
1,668
3,622
3,932
1,376
7,763
3 651
3,487

814

2,861

1,806

2,499

47,609

11
26
60

453
43
69
97

97
370
137

202
12
69
85
64
190
51

254
19
82
141

68
271
210

54
3
41
113
4
5
22
10
3
6
7

2,685

12

552
4,292
11,800
5,500
720
708
675
175
1,340

35

Total Pacific States.-_

268

28,447

47

Alaska (nonmember banks)
The Territory of Hawaii
(nonmember bank)
Virgin Islands of the United
States (nonmember bank) .

4

Washington 1 -_ _
*
Seattle
Oregon i*
California
Los Angeles
San Francisco Idaho
Utah 1
6
Salt Lake City
Nevada
Arizona

T o t a l (nonmember
banks)

9,140
13,000
9,610
15, 700
45, 000
79,200
2,380
1,440
2,525
910
2,690

2,892
3,302
5,927
6,486
18,280
50,079
566
589
885
252
946

12,032
16, 302
15,537
22,186
63,280
129, 279
2,946
2,029
3,410
1,162
3,636

2,077
3,038
2,683
5,061
15,920
30,867
521
606
436
288
745

1,429
2,512
3,558
2,725
9,197
21,068
478
253
429
410
589

18
20
39
61
16
23
3
4
3
12
8

141
349
198
251
821
680
66
21
28
23
95

7
68
42
5
65
258

153,101

181,595

90, 204

271, 799

62, 242

42,648

207

2,673

275

1

6,443
13,000
9,023
11,408
33, 200
73, 700
1,660
732
1,850
735
1,350

275

223

498

116

64

1

40

3,350

1

125

6

125

3,350

1,683

5,033

749

693

124

25

150

15

165

18

20

15

3,775

6

96
191
218
316
1,867
1,749
11
25
7
4
25

198
226
392
305
886
1,359
90
40
70
24
124

163
46
254
300
835
1,409
48
12
5
. 50
99

171
98
319
502
1,175
1,885
63
49
51
46
106

4,300
6,548
7,703
9,526
30, 782
59, 298
1,280
1,010
1 029
857
1,797

451

4,509

3,714

3,221

4,465

124,130

1

g

g

25

261

32

22

18

1,647

6

61

9
2

1,921

5,696

883

777

1

179

1

38

30

49

1,969

264, 234

384,104 270,040

654,144

46,480

56,575

69

3,894

3,153 12, 942

2,162

4,786

8,441

138,502

439,720

562,030 344,961

906,991 129,319

118,928

315

7,544

2,039

10, 727

9,648

8,439

12, 712

299,671

550,808

752,117 358,392 1,110, 509 167,311

138,479

529

9,891

326

6,590

14,358

10,085

13,254

360,823

Total United States, - 5,374 423, 228 20,261 1,254,762 1,698,251 973,393 2, 671, 644 343,110

313,982

913

21,329

5,518 30, 259

26,168

23,310

34,407

798,996

Total central Reserve cities.
20 119,870
Total all other Reserve
234 118,510 3,800
cities
Total country banks, including nonmember banks. 5,120 184,848 16,461

3,650

11

1 Includes 1 bank in each Reserve city of Cedar Rapids and Dubuque; also 2 banks in Des Moines.
0
11 Includes 2 banks in Reserve city of Kansas City, Kans.
1 Includes 1 bank in Reserve city of Helena.
2
13 Includes 2 banks in Reserve city of Pueblo,
i* Includes 2 banks in Reserve city of Spokane.
w Includes 2 banks in Reserve city of Portland.
i« Includes 1 bank in Reserve city of Ogden.
NOTE.—The number of banks, capital and surplus shown in this table are for active banks on June 30,1936. The remaining figures, however, include the returns of 5,392 banks
in the 6 months ended Dec. 31,1935. (See also semiannual statements published in appendix of this report.)




Abstract of reports of earnings and dividends of national banks for the year ended June 30, 1936—Continued
[In thousands of dollars]
Recoveries, profits on securities sold, etc.

Expenses

Location

Maine
New Hampshire
Vermont
.
Massachusetts
Boston _
— _ __
Rhode Island
Connecticut
_.
Total New England
States
New York ._
Brooklyn and Bronx
New York
New Jersey
Pennsylvania
Philadelphia
Pittsburgh
Delaware
Maryland
Baltimore
Washington, f>~. C_—
Total Eastern States..
Virginia
We^t Virginia
North Carolina
Charlotte
South Carolina
Georgia
Florida
Jacksonville




Fees paid
to directors and
members
Salaries of execuand
tive, diswages l count,
and
advisory
com- 2
mittees

Interest
on deposits
of
other
banks

938
854
575
3 954
6,400
773
3,237

21
17
18
81
30
21
44

36
14
4
51
95
6
30

16. 731
9,343
381
30 437
6 909
11,920
4 886
2, 855
183
771
949
1,574

232

236
110
1
21
32
8
179
262
1
9
81
1
705
3
10
3

70, 208
2, 932
1,373
825
165
634
2,280
1,351
737

177
4
90
148
361
67
17
5
21
10
17
917
49
17
9
1
5
27
13
8

2
6
2
15

Interest Interest
Interest
on
on
other
and dis- Real
other count on estate
detime borrowed taxes 3
mand
depos- depos- money
its
its

Other
taxes

25
52
3
252
329
5
203

180
187
181
424
829
145
503

869
652
20
1,458
636
491
246
237
2
36
52
51

2,449
944
19
3,942
1,002
2,279
940
457
36
156
259
25S
10, 292
497
172
122
16
133
527
147
58

3
15
18
7
13
56
503
24
598
164
233
177
85
11

1,795
39
62
3
1
16
65
44
24

1,429
565
676
3,148
1,570
309
1,923
9,620
9, 678
180
2, 714
7,627
18, 638
1,539
2, 202
213
1,277
554
875
45, 497
3,032
1,264
450
112
262
1,054
403
261

8
2
39
5
54
45
7
44
72
1

189
3

3

11

3, 881
57
85
30
16
21
139
45
25

Other Total
exexpenses penses

Net
earnings

RecovRecov- eries on Profits
bonds,
eries
on seAll
stocks, curities other
on
loans and other sold*
securities

3.212
2,299
1,815
10, 837
13, 533
1,886
7,946

1,450
778
665
4,189
9,120
968
3,162

201
187
56
1,140
985
156
1,217

732
555
310
2,267
2,413
485
1,291

662
367
235
2,177
1,150
211
883

11,281 41, 528
6,943 28, 395
400
1,035
22, 269 61,536
5,447 22,009
8,043 42, 045
3,690 11, 724
2,081
8,196
120
551
510
2,791
657
2,562
776
3, 552
50, 942 184, 406
8,492
1, 880
978
3,964
1,972
530
482
171
390
1,463
1,999
6,108
972
2,977
566
1,694

20, 332

3, 942

10,944
243
29.492
6,459
17,156
9,451
6,169
345
877
1,862
1,299
84, 297

3,096
141
14,578
2,G29
1,190
1,096
505
5
147
137
153
23, 077
552
415
71
39
175
420
85
33

8,053
6,082
151
53,042
5,024
6,532
1,189
1,411
104
573
708
520
75, 336
582
294
114
59
125
1,137
451

5,685
4,663
182
10,993
4,035
6,456
1,890
1,978
125
415
1,570
599

583
599
356
2,873
4,262
620
1,988

3,715
1,917
774
141
713
2,564
1, 241
737

167

32,906
729
297
192
53
108
532
337
256

Total

Total
net
earnings,
recoveries,
etc.

1,609
1,152
624
5,868
4,792
905
3,590

3,059
3,930
1,289
10, 057
13,912
1,873
6.752

860 18,540
571 14,412
543
69
1,233 79,846
565 11, 653
703 14, 881
4,865
690
3,934
40
1
235
1,154
19
64
2,479
24
1,296
3,979 135, 298
193
2,056
120
1,126
67
444
171
20
419
11
2,260
171
911
38
491
35

38,872
25. 356
786
109,338
18,112
32, 037
14,316
10,103
580
2,031
4,341
2,595

14
43
23
284
244
53
199

219, 595
5,771
3, 043
1,218
312
1,132
4,824
2,152
1,228

Alabama..
_
2,007
Mississippi
639
Louisiana
782
1,683
New Orleans
5, 550
Texas_
1,355
Dallas
Fort Worth
677
Galveston.
248
Houston.
1,644
San Antonio
598
Waco
_
145
Arkansas
711
Little Rock
197
Kentucky
_
1,246
Louisville.
862
Tennessee
_. 1,190
Memphis
873
Nashville
628
Total Southern States. 31,332
Ohio.
6,100
Cincinnati
764
Columbus
838
Indiana...
2,114
Indianapolis
_.
722
Illinois
3,940
Chicago,
central
Reserve city banks... 13, 434
Chicago, other Reserve
875
city banks
Peoria
368
Michigan.
4,430
3,936
Wisconsin
Minnesota
2,508
2 580
Minneapolis
1,126
St. Paul.
Iowa
1 730
Sioux City.
237
Missouri
842
Kansas City
1,210
St. Joseph
258
St. Louis
1,891
Total Middle Western States
49, 903

11
9
9
14
53
10
4
2
5
3
1
9
4
18
4
15
5
3
308

19
2
56
156

30
17
36
71
33
1,010

1,198
457
461
632
1,386
331
196
244
485
249
76
511
33
1,141
375
1 110
434
389
16, 546

81
7
7
30
2
52

14
13
20
15
20
4

354
17
98
188
168
88

4,914
426
471
1,746
413
2,407

30

110

10
7
23
35
28
9
2
11
4
11
6
1
7
363

9
8
2
9
1
1
1
3
4

5
24
11
121
250
23
12
31
56
24
10
2

2
3
23
1
3

49

83
71
37
102
287
74
42
38
158
66
15
29
1
76
15
118
57
48
1,735

1,472 5,017 2,124
287
230
469
68
156
630
1,828
568
913
100
190
2, C66
38
2-S7 1,155 3,996 1,181
1,765
1,058 3,468 12.084 6,198
876 3, 055 2,760
760
385
614
994
97
557
1,587
60
38
211
116
720
714
395
1,455 4,199
1,334
189
642
576
128
1,710
29
29
117
393
184
79
130
553
828
1,948
3
152
198
408
21
196
315
3,565 1. 521
735
1,972
851 • 167
151
548
288
146
3,521
1,306
745
182
213
2,393 1,306
738
504
158
119
1,780 1,127
5, 902 22, 356 79, 391 36,044 7,345

716
305
210
679
2,229
220
47
220
885
626
4
336
34
745
655
273
374
253
11,740

494
244
199
934
570
348
303
27
838
196
36
264
21
449
359
414
240
768
9,208

147
47
9
18
305
67
204
3
91
113
2
69
7
44
98
24
15
55
1,973

1,644
664
518
1,669
4,869
1,395
1,168
310
2, £28
1,124
71
748
65
1,434
1,279
857
811
1,234
30, 266

3,768
1,294
1,431
2, 850
11, 067
4,155
2,162
521
3,862
1,700
255
1,576
263
2,955
2,130
2,163
2,117
2,361
66,310

918
304
551
317
130
650

1,972
542
709
856
178
1,848

1,797
37
423
1,019
599
1,612

277
44
57
151
289
223

4,964
927
1,740
2,343
1,196
4,333

11, 575
2,148
3,229
4,656
2,260
8,529

17, 517 12, 525

13,800

5,321

951

32, 597

50,114

181
241
1,626
1,359
1, 295
1,700
603
292
48
361
489
59
1,305

221
85
2,164
2,157
621
116
913
341
37
125
236
60
980

39
7
171
399
152
205
391
213
24
49
154
7
55

476
423
4,721
4,558
2,562
3,906
2,526
1,034
116
648
1,051
150
3,223

962
664
8,817
7,755
4,554
5,871
3,641
3,090
290
1,536
2,667
209
5, 259

29, 464 18, 864 3,858

73,494

127,826

188
29
34
103
41
193

1,393
308
243
678
262
544

4,628
557
1,359
1,396
320
2,473

17,681
2,121
3,070
6,273
1,948
9,707

4,220

309

2,533

9,321

29,957

33

3
3
12
103
14
37
50
151
18
21
8
2
21

373
193
2,918
2,788
2,306
674
518
955
56
495
245
99
758

10
35
167
193
182
47
93
54
8
24
14
5
149

93
47
588
298
505
582
406
118
21
155
229
38
192

678
239
3,135
2,646
1,575
1,750
872
1,202
201
567
713
169
1,072

2,042
892
11,299
10, 019
7,122
5,751
3,067
4,223
545
2,115
2,428
572
4,123

239

1,466

26,975

1,878

9,233

26
13
4
72
2
3

9
3
6

7

25

6,611
1,221
1,489
2,313
1,064
4,196

486
241
4,096
3,197
1,992
1,965
1,115
2 056
174
888
1,616
59
2,036

35
90
760
643
494
1,885
619
188
7
113
172
24
883

34, 873 124, 955 54, 332 21, 308

i Amounts paid to officers as distinguished from employees other than officers in the 6 months ended June 30, 1936, together with the number of officers and employees on the
pay roll on June 30,1936, when these segregations were first called for, are published in the appendix.
* For 6 months ended June 30, 1936, when first called for separately. Amounts for previous periods included with other expenses.
* For 6 months ended June 30, 1936, when first called for separately. Amounts for previous periods included with other taxes.
< For 6 months ended June 30, 1936. Such profits in period from July 1, 1932, to Dec. 31, 1935, were not called for separately but were included with recoveries on bonds, stocks,
and other securities.




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00

[In thousands of dollars]
Expenses
Fees paid
to directors and
members
Salaries of execuand
tive, diswages count,
and
advisory
committees

Location

North Dakota
South Dakota
Nebraska - - - Lincoln
Omaha
- Kansas
Topeka

-

Wichita
Montana -

W r yoming

-_
- -

Colorado Denver
- New Mexico
Okl&horos
- Oklahoma Citv

-

Tulsa.
Total Western States.

Washington

Seattle
Oregon
California
- --Los Angeles
San Francisco
Idaho
-Utah
Salt Lake City—




Interest
on deposits
of
other
banks

Interest
on
other
demand
deposits

7
11
1
10
23
2
2
4
4
11
6
3
16
7

13,938

114

1,265
1,843
2,188
2,564
7,974
14, 526
386
208
283

10
g
6
38
20
61
4
2

4 1

Interest
and dis- Real
count on estate
borrowed taxes
money

Other
taxes

Other Total
exexpenses penses

Net
earnings

RecovRecov- eries on Profits
bonds,
eries
on seAll
stocks, curities other
on
loans and other sold
securities

Total

Total
net
earnings,
recoveries,
etc.

g

s

o
o

7

688
704
1,147
298
1,022
1,747
208
310
722
478
1,024
1,275
413
2,255
664
983

Interest
on
other
time
deposits

Recoveries, profits on securities sold, etc.

6

15
2

3
2

16
7
26

62
7
3
11
7
21
50
17
95
42
41

386
282
572
56
126
659
47
34
339
308
563
425
132
738
231
206

77

373

5,104

63
68
67
62
108
324
28
39
41

844
768
1,151
2,075
6,706
15, 605
208
186
174

2
3
12

6
4
1
15
108
1
5

3
11
1
3
2
1

I
22

2
1

31
40
7
92
37
26
49
33
72

78
45
134
27
117
226
14
34
185
90
278
292
63
307
156
122

493
492
610
244
988
1,080
142
293
455
271
622
765
286
1,455
622
791

1,681
1,587
2,528
636
2,321
3,870
422
707
1,759
1,167
2,616
2,863
940
4,932
1,762
2,241

526
607
1,287
258
1,079
1,612
201
330
699
501
1,006
1,069
436
2,831
1,889
1,246

225
120
262
24
113
494
55
50
447
186
453
249
124
680
374
166

199
129
236
312
980
289
117
329
405
122
407
792
102
477
178
192

128
71
166
167
181
184
60
172
81
121
135
608
73
226
173
198

30
39
43
19
56
103
7
40
58
18
73
141
22
130
93
10

582
359
707
522
1,330
1,070
239
591
991
447
1,068
1,790
321
1,513
818
566

1,108
966
1,994
780
2,409
2,682
440
921
1,690
948
2,074
2,859
757
4,344
2,707
1,812

627

2,168

9,609

32,032

15, 577

4,022

5,266

2,744

882

12,914

28,491

59
22
143
96
294
1,041
16
4
10

61
205
275
301
1,487
1,649
40
48
17

774
1,054
1,450
1,669
5,435
9,963
242
183
204

3,076
3,974
5,284
6,808
22,039
43, 278
925
670
738

1,224
2,574
2 419
2,718
8,743
16,020
355
340
291

195
224
798
294
1,195
1,236
49
34
43

352
1,237
419
867
3,006
6,938
64
28
232

255
556
503
449
2,208
5,121
106
96
64

46
11
112
114
686
263
25
27

848
2,028
1,832
1,724
7,095
13,558
244
185
346

2,072
4,602
4,251
4,442
15,838
29, 578
599
525
637

29
33
41
10
58
69

7

O
tr1

w
o
d
o

Nevada _ _ __ __ _ .
Arizona

200
572

1
2

Total Pacific S t a t e s - 32,009

156

Alaska (nonmember banks)
The Territory of Hawaii
(nonmember bank)
Virgin Islands of the United
States (nonmember bank).
Total
(nonmember
banks)

33

483

3
120
444

Total United States.. 214,703




11
45

394

146
474

545
1,390

312
407

48
121

77
130

50
104

1,741

4,202

21, 594

88,727

35,403

4,237

13,350

9,512

2

16

49

182

79

47

18

1

7

73

152

20

43

184

1,139

508

219

39

30

21

309

817

13

3

20
99

65

34

6

2

246

23

582

Deficit.

44

29

Total central Reserve cities. 43,871
Total all other Reserve cities 79, 446
Total country banks, including nonmember banks. 91, 386

6

28, 049

12

3

833
1

140

70

167
165

5
40
1,336

6

180
395

492
802

28,435

63, 838

22

13

461

21
1,081

708
2,196

6,934
45,018

7
8

1,529

451

2,642

80,300

307

2,093

1,553

5,546 132, 252

322

59

1,386

583

266

57

37

388

971

1,767
4,115

6,475
12,952

31, 590 91,493
56,832 202,092

47, 009
97, 579

27,103
16, 556

66,842
36, 599

16,314
29,412

2,184 112,443
5,266 87,833

4,871

14,878

62,479 258,843 101, 980

20, 538

39, 825

33, 230

5,466

99, 059

201, 039

10, 753 34, 305 150,901 552,428 246,568

64,197

143, 266,

78,956 12,916 299,335

545,903

1

159,452
185, 412

28

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O

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o
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Abstract of reports of earnings and dividends of national banks for the year ended June SO, 1986—Continued

00

[In thousands of dollars]
Losses and depreciation

Location

Maine
New Hampshire
Vermont
M assachusetts
Boston
Rhode Island
Connecticut
Total New England
States
New York
. _ _. .
Brooklyn and Bronx. _
New York
New Jersey
Pennsylvania
Philadelphia
Pittsburgh
Delaware
Maryland
Washington, D. C
Total Eastern States
Virginia
West Virginia
North Carolina
Charlotte
South Carolina
Georgia
_.
_



On
loans

On
On
bonds, banking Other
stocks, house, losses
furniand
and
ture
depreother
securi- and fix- ciation
tures
ties

Total

Net
addition to
profits

On
preferred
stock

On
common
stock

Percent
21.98
12.94
12.05
9.61
18.05
14.18
9.16

Percent
13.67
7.10
8.02
5.92
7.11
6.96
5.41

Percent
14.60
10.39
9.47
6.42
17.87
12.97
6.95

9,185

10, 233

8.46

4.14

14.38

7.04

11.78

6.35

2,306
8
27, 704
» 1,336
J 6,333
O
4,839
1,691
167
u 189
1,320
470

3,655
56
32,194
2,237
7,109
4,966
1,699
173
295
1,350
536

4.10
.31
13.53
3.51
6.70
14.90
7.45
9.64
4.08
21.12
6.14

2.56
.27
6.24
2.24
3.23
6.60
3.20
3.97
2.25
11.02
3.69

10.65
8.27
28.74
8 4.40
12.11
22.72
28.40
14.89
19.37
19.36
18.25

6.66
7.09
13.26
8 2.81
5.84
10.07
12.19
6.13
10.69
10.10
10.96

6.55
5.46
22.74
8 2.45
10.05
20.84
28.15
13.38
12.51
16.69
15.01

4.79
4.92
11.82
8
1.86
5.32
9.68
12.14
5.86
8.21
9.32
9.70

7,907

46,363

54,270

9.83

4.85

19.59

9.67

14.89

8.37

133
141
63
8
50
64

1,517
"389
13 308
65
14
335
» 1, 583

1,650
530
371
73
385
1,647

6.72
3.90
6.60
6.19
10.62
9.32

4.22

11.22
7.37
17.30
19.24
21.62
18.27

7.04
4.96
11.02
11.78
14.74
12.44

9.88
5.57
13.14
15.54
14.79
17.06

6.49
4.07
9.17
10.28
11.21
11.87

156
77
80
446
26
21
242

9,510

1,637

2,098

23, 258

15, 614

1,048

8,067
83
8,706
6,274
8,301
2,451
2,505

1,463
85
1,293
2,961
2,711
223
99
3
75
43
121

19,359
573
50,495
19,788
20, 594
6,938
3,657
322
1,133
3,131
1,199

5,997
213
58,843
8
1,676
11,443
7,378
6,446
258
898
1,210
1,396

1,349
48
4,490
901
776
127
8
6
106
30
66

7

497

1,141
103
5,037
1,004
1,695
172
439
17
60
117
86

40,406

9,871

9,077

127,189

92,406

670

270
175
72
16
57
185

426
276

3,239
2,309
410
110
450
1,719

2,532
734
808
202
682
3,105

10,013
8," 688
302
35, 459
9,549
7,887
4,092
614
196
534
19
495
67,835
1,873
1,417
181
85
179
583

383

106

464
2,952

441
79
3
128

733

78
6
86
218

Net addiNet addi- tion to
tion to profits to
profits to common
common and preferred
and precapital
ferred
capital! and surplus i

Percent
2.70
2.94
2.18
2.85
4.93
4.84
3.82

1,537
680
545
2,213
8,097
988
1,554

1,914

Net addiNet addi- tion to
tion to profits to
profits to common
common capital
capital1 and surplus !

Percent
4.33
5.36
3.27
4.62
12.49
9.86
6.46

1,522
1,250
744
7,844
5,815
885
5,198

2,694
2,757

Dividends
on common stock
to common
capital
and surplus i

459
359
228
1,509
5,631
708
1,339

64
55
67
632
629
72
579

722
692
348

Total

Dividends
on common stock
to common
capital i

2 303
282
3 148
1,063
5, 605
687
1,097

50
69
24
530
660
29
275

686
434
305
3,988
1,769
401
2,430

Ratios

Dividends

4
5
6

2.63
4.20
3.79
7.24
6.34

Percent
10.40
6.25
6.79
4.54
7.09
6.65
4.55

Florida

Jacksonville

Alabama .
Mississippi

Louisiana
_ _
New Orleans
Texas
Dallas
Fort Worth
Galveston
Houston
San Antonio
._
Waco
Arkansas.
_
_
Little Rock
Kentucky
Louisville
Tennessee
Memphis . _Nashville
_.

.

Total Southern
States
Ohio

Cincinnati
Columbus --

Indiana
Indianapolis
Illinois--

_

Chicago, central Reserve city banks
Chicago, other Reserve city banks
Peoria
_

Michigan .

Wisconsin
Minnesota
Minneapolis
St. Paul
Iowa _ ._
Sioux C i t y

1,274
363
885
454
676
1,748
4,348
2,743
899
249
2,096
794
116
912
222
1,508
819
1,081
1,191
615

347
101
58
115
251
104
67
21
274
77
18
58
8
82
64
173

16 395
210
17 764
109
83
432
is 2,171
1,013
19 236
58
739
135
45
20 575
48
21627
449
347
400
94

436
210
1,111
210
141
547
2,422
1,117
303
79
1,013
212
63
633
56
709
513
520
400
94

4.66
3.50
6.54
4.00
1.72

87
197
100
81
99

878
865
2,883
840
755
1,102
6,719
1,412
1,263
272
1,766
906
139
664
41
1,447
1,311
1,082
926
1,746

8.31
7.20
7.70
8.28
3.52
8.12
4.09
5.29
14.06
6.00
6.89
19.96
4.34
7.27
2.19

3.28
2.68
3.99
2.68
1.18
4.29
4.65
6.01
5.65
2.23
4.62
2.64
3.39
8.75
4.15
4.09
6.80
3.13
4.19
1.84

15.03
6.05
7.57
16.66
14.00
33.62
14.41
20.86
31.54
15.09
23.03
24.06
13.65
22.30
27.75
16.58
36.40
13.51
21.65
14.30

10.57
4.64
4.62
11.18
9.65
17.37
9.30
16.28
21.51
9.58
13.09
15.52
8.75
13.88
19.20
9.85
12.41
9.76
12.47
12.06

12.90
6.05
4.29
8.30
11.05
21.85
11.87
17.09
19.13
12.45
13.31
15.57
8.59
16.66
22.20
13.76
20.51
9.19
21.65
7.41

9.47
4.64
3.15
6.67
8.15
13.59
8.17
13.89
14.91
8.44
9.25
11.48
6.35
11.46
16.37
8.78
9.82
7.28
12.47
6.76

3,356

4,099

35, 254

31, 056

2,318

13,127

15,445

6.82

4.41

16.14

10.43

12.24

8.65

524
20
143
310
7
541

874
59
91
401
102
398

8,456
642
1,374
1 931
515
4,459

3,119
1,506
1,855
2 725
1,745
4,070

748
114
264
-64
269

22 731
490
23 734
2*485
365
25 973

1,479
490
848
749
429
1, 242

1.89
6.20
9.92
4.27
6.95
4.63

1.27
3.66
6.44
2.84
3.63
3.04

8.09
19.06
25.07
23.99
33.24
19.37

5.42
11.26
16.27
15 94
17.35
12.72

5.23
19.06
19.12
15 26
24.75
14.73

3.97
11.26
13.54
11.55
14.71
10.54

3,494

842

5,284

27, 669

22,445

3,50&

26 2, 451

5, 957

4.12

2.71

37.74

24.78

17.91

14.35

157
146
2 061
1,688
1 140
2 197
819
492
68

55
47
565
383
439
45
15
142
5

58
22
329
603
227
185
149
168
30

520
271
4 312
4,735
2 754
3,143
1,099
1 393
125

442
393
'4, 505
3,020
1,800
2,728
2, 542
1,697
165

15
14
852
528
176
201
8
216
4

48
23 305
27 1, 388
28736
29 1, 233
1 984
4
730
30 552
5 96

63
319
2, 240
1,264
1,409
1,185
738
768
100

1.60
9.97
7.66
3.86
9.19
8.27
10.81
7.20
8.73

206
267
1,700
486
353
377
3,030
1,027
735
96
357
155
35
310
11
594
227
668
236
706

424
452
804
273
344
454
2,162
155
71
105
557
663
16
247
14
649
816
257
506
882

150
88
166
38
19
224
768
26
84
34
449
62
15
35
16
117
71
57
103
59

98
58
213
43
39
47
759
204
373
37
403
26
73
72

15,894

11, 905

5,072
340
515
437
296
1,614

1,986
223
625
783
110
1,906

18,049
250
56
1,357
2,061
948
716
116
591
22

1 Capital and surplus as of June 30,1936.
2
Includes 2 stock dividends aggregating $37,000.
3 Includes 1 stock dividend of $3,000.
* Includes 3 stock dividends aggregating $56,000.
5 Includes 1 stock dividend of $50,000.
e Includes 2 stock dividends aggregating $50,000.
" Includes 4 stock dividends aggregating $95,000.
s Deficit.
s Includes 4 stock dividends aggregating $57,000.
io Includes 10 stock dividends aggregating $560,000.




41

11 Includes 4 stock dividends aggregating $58,000.
1 Includes 3 stock dividends aggregating $58,000.
2
13 Includes 4 stock dividends aggregating $118,000.
i< Includes 1 stock dividend of $100,000.
15 Includes 2 stock dividends aggregating $28,000.
1 Includes 1 stock dividend of $20,000.
6
1 Includes 3 stock dividends aggregating $94,000.
7
is Includes 10 stock dividends aggregating $99,000.
1 Includes 1 stock dividend of $75,000.
9
20 Includes 5 stock dividends aggregating $275,000.

9.55
12.63
14.73
1.04
12.84
7.69
12.06
5.97
4.37
24.87
14.18
12.65
11.01
8.98
15.86
2.68
6 02
13.42
8.79
10.58
22.92
5.04
13.97
16.63
5.65
37.66
19.67
28.24
4.68
22.13
14.37
12.84
5.61
9.64
13. 20
15.00
21
Includes 1 stock dividend of $25,000.
22
Includes 3 stock dividends aggregating $21,000.
2
3 Includes 1 stock dividend of $200,000.
24 Includes 6 stock dividends aggregating $110,000.
25 Includes 12 stock dividends aggregating $191,000.
26 Includes 1 stock dividend of $125,000.
27 Includes 10 stock dividends aggregating $298,000.
28
Includes 12 stock dividends aggregating $278,000.
29
Includes 23 stock dividends aggregating $474,000.
3° Includes 10 stock dividends aggregating $200,000.

8.62
7.40
9.14

7.18
7.48
11.35
16.75
9.78
8.86

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00

[In thousands of dollars]

Location

Missouri.
Kansas City
St. Joseph,
St. Louis
._.
Total Middle Western States
North Dakota

South Dakota
Nebraska
Lincoln
Omaha
Kansas
Topeka
Wichita

Montana

Wyoming
.
Colorado
Denver _.
New Mexico
Oklahoma
Oklahoma City
Tulsa

Total Western States.
Washington
Seattle
Oregon



On
loans

On
On
bonds, banking Other
stocks, house, losses
and
and
furniother
ture depresecuri- and fix- ciation
ties
tures

Ratios

Dividends

Losses and depreciation

Total

Net
addition to
profits

On
preferred
stock

Dividends
on
Total moncomstock
to common
capital

5.37

3.46

22.95

14.77

14.31

10.64

8.99
5.54
10.85
7.26
5.56
4.94
8.17
6.30
15.66
10.38
8.28
8.40
15.06
13.48
22.70
13. 75

6.06
3.95
7.14
4.87
3.49
3.53
5.98
3.95
10.51
6.21
5.13
3.99
9.53
8.91
17.72
8.27

8 4.80
7.55
19.66
11.48
3.03
12.93
20.67
13.22
2.27
31.55
12.36
39.90
21.47
27. 66
37.86
25.33

8 3.24
5.37
12.94
7.71
1.90
9.22
15.13
8.28
1.52
18.87
7.66
18.95
13.58
18.27
29.55
15.23

8 3.31
4.03
15 94
9.39
1.69
10.50
20.67
12.67
1.95
22.88
9.19
25.95
17.05
25.83
28.27
11.07

8 2.48
3.31
11.22
6.71
1.27
7.91
15 13
8.06
1 37
15.38
6.31
15.10
11.66
17.46
23.37
8.58

7,052

7,977

10.77

7.02

18.92

12.34

13.90

9.99

41421
980

524
980
535

6.53
7.54
5.63

4.51
6.01
3.40

12.59
20.00
24.85

8.69
15.95
15.00 i

8.87
20.00
23.33

6.74
15.95
14.43

13, 964

89
108
47
10
155
84

3i 281
32 144
33 627
98
189
3*482
98
145
35 656
36 204
37 373
336
235
38 1,388
39 1, 246
"550

925
103

761
1,213
157
2,651

775
1,454
52
2,608

63
53

34, 558

20,078

4,285

9,259

68,180

59,646

732
327
454
98
1,144
714
51
94
997
140
745
210
244
625
181
500

249
139
241
467
837
248
117
468
387
93
536
885
69
375
184
79

153
165
114
56
155
246
9
49
151
69
114
61
66
316
105
131

124
139
49
4
170
214
15
6
60
26
122
107
43
180
159
89

1,258
770
858
625
2,306
1,422
192
617
1,595
328
1,517
1,263
422
1,496
629
799

7,256

5,374

1,960

1,507

16,097

12,394

400
450
811

678
684
624

132
196
195

51
672
379

1,261
2,002
2,009

811
2,600
2,242

4
59
33
46
75
17
39
96
63

27

plus

370252
674
108
344
566
98
149
715
237
419
411
252
1,427
1,342
613

7,111

120
74
26
59

Net addi-

Net addi- tion to
tion to
profits to
profits to common
common and preferred
and precapital
ferred
and surcapital

21,075

16

104
16
2
80

Net addiNet addi- tion to
tion to profits to
profits to common
common capital
capital and surplus

Percent
3.39
5.37
3.03
4.79

298
549
60
888

182
565
55
1,381

Dividends
on common stock
to common
capital
and surplus

Percent
4.98
9.54
5.45
6.32

235
5 496
60
872

355
558
74
1,131

8 150
196
1,136
155
103
1,260
248
304
95
620
557
1,596
335
2,848
2,078
1,013

On
common
stock

Percent
16.42
27.96
4.73
18.90

Percent

11.18
15.75
2.62
14.33

Percent
12.61
21.67
4.73
17.50

Percent

9.28
13.54
2.62
13.52

999
4,724
11,442
158
87
58
19
155

Total Pacific States.

494
2,049
1,293
54
33
227
20
91

297
947
1,271
57
11
40
7
104

315
2,429
965
29
10
16
12
49

2,105
10,149
14,971
298
141
341
58
399

2,337
5,689
14,607
301
384
296
434
403

168
430
318
20
13
23
7
46

19,303

California
Los Angeles
San Francisco
Idaho
Utah.. _
Salt Lake City
Nevada.
Arizona

6,247

3,257

4,927

33,734

30,104

1,155

18

134

1

201

616

1

43 911
2,274
9,532
80
47
95
"209
119

1,079
2,704
9, 850
100
60
118
216
165

7.99
6.85
12.93
4.82
6.42
5.14
28.44
8.81

5.09
4.42
7.70
3 59
3.56
3.47
21.18
5.18

20.49
17.14
19.82
18.13
52.46
16.00
59.05
29.85

13.06
11.05
11.80
13.52
29.07
10.82
43.97
17.55

14.89
12.64
18.44
12.65
26.67
11.72
47.69
14.98

10.53
8.99
11.30
10.22
18.93
8.68
37.35
11.08

15,176

16, 331

9.91

6.24

19.66

12.37

16.58

11.08

4 79
4

80

28.73

15.86

48.73

26.91

48.73

26.91

268

268

8.00

5.32

18.39

12.24

18.39

12.24

1

4.00

2.50

.67

.61

O

Alaska (nonmember
banks). The Territory of Hawaii
(nonmember bank)
Virgin Islands of the United States (nonmember
bank)

8

4

6

159

6

34

Total (nonmember
banks)

167

11

40

2

220

751

1

347

348

9.51

6.23

20.58

13.48

19.89

13.18

53, 508

12, 200

5,879

6,577

78,164

81,288

7,996

30,155

38,151

11.41

5.64

30.76

15.21

21.16

12.43

41, 683

36, 215

7,012

9,737

94, 647

90,765

4,641

41,921

46, 562

9.53

5.34

20.64

11.57

16.15

10.01

59,835

45,116

11,515

14, 655

131,121

69,918

7,828

33,138

40,966

6.02

3.64

12.69

7.69

9.30

6.30

Total United States. 155,026

93, 531

24,406

30,969

303,932

241,971

20,465

105, 214

125, 679

8.39

4.72

19.28

10.86

14.25

9.06

1

Total central Keserve
cities
Total all other Reserve
cities
Total country banks, including nonmember
banks-.




2

B Includes 1 stock dividend
s Deficit.
Includes 6 stock dividends
32
Includes 2 stock dividends
33 Includes 9 stock dividends
34
Includes 6 stock dividends
35
Includes 4 stock dividends
86
Includes 2 stock dividends
31

of $3,000
aggregating $210,000.
aggregating $47,000.
aggregating $108,000.
aggregating $56,000.
aggregating $408,000.
aggregating $30,000.

Includes 2 stock dividends aggregating $58,000.
8
Includes 14 stock dividends aggregating $306,000.
" Includes 6 stock dividends aggregating $863,000.
Includes 2 stock dividends aggregating $550,000.
Includes 8 stock dividends aggregating $123,000.
Includes 5 stock dividends aggregating $68,000.
13
Includes 14 stock dividends aggregating $222,000.
" Includes 1 stock dividend of $38,000.

o
K

i
H
W
O
•3

d
3
o

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00
00

[In thousands of dollars]
District District District District District District District
no. 2
no. 3
no. 4
no. 5
no. 1
no. 6
no. 7
(338
(623
(594
(522
(519
(318
(274
banks) banks) banks) banks) banks) banks)
banks)
Capital, par value:
Class A preferred
Class B preferred
Common
Total
Surplus
Total capital and surplus
Capital funds i

18,740
3,297
106, 006
128, 043
- 111,498
239, 541

_

107,134
7,278
295,139

21,184
1,873
114, 529

409,551
287,863
697,414

286,612
28, 089

_

Gross earnings:
Interest and discount on loans
Interest and dividends on bonds, stocks,
and other securities
Interest on balances with other banks...
Collection charges, commissions, fees, etc.
Foreign department (except interest on
foreign loans, investments, and bank
balances) - _
Trust department
Service charges on deposit accounts
.
Rent received 2
Other earnings
Total earnings
Expenses:
Salaries and wages 3
Fees paid to directors and members of
executive, discount, and advisory
committees *
- _
_Interest on deposits of other banks
Interest on other demand deposits
Interest on other time deposits
Interest and discount on borrowed money
Real estate taxes 5
Other taxes
Other expenses
Total expenses
_
--_




137,586
133,970
271, 556

31,935
848
106, 792
139,575
82,606
222,181

788,192

327, 493

271,401

59,034

32, 093

25, 822

245,491
75,325
320,816

9,681
892
46, 436
57,009
25, 619
82, 628

16,931
593
47,007
64,531
27,819
92, 350

139,938

389, 212

100, 312

105,823

17,776

17, 773

32, 434

12, 606

12, 661

44, 303
61
3,906

11, 272
29
1,226

11, 797
90
2,752

774
7,831
4,300

39

109,410

22,642
2,900
63, 628
89,170
31,406
120, 576

133,188

14, 280
258
58,412
72,950
36,460

20,730
26
655

65,885
79
2,639

33,984
58
540

31, 577
101
858

12,746
52
814

12, 499
77
2,119

880
2,219
2,242
1,821
3,224
59,886

2,545
7,439
3,967
4,613
8,249
154,450

337
1,356
1,230
1,701
1,993
73, 292

194
1,772
1,420
1,859
2,561
66,164

27
1,050
1,313
886
1,182
35,846

187
1,130
1,493
1,378
1,730
38, 386

16,191

45,917

15,176

14,983

9,082

227
228

374
159
1,157
18,930
68
2,622
5,683
34, 234

430
197
455
17,340
102
724
2,882
10,838

180
320
656
13, 734
10
758
3,278
11,444

126
104
128
7,624
6
340
1,591
5,777

109,144

48,144

45,363

24>, 778

§4
9,194
52
823
2,366
1.0, 887
40,022

District District District District District NonGrand
no. 8
no. 9
no. 11
no. 10
no. 12 member
total
(319
(428
(493
(674
(266 banks (6 (5,374
banks) banks) banks) banks) banks) banks) banks)

111, 403
1,235
132,853

18

19,985
899
62,148

20,841
141
65,211

28,347
47
152,951

83,032
35,247
118, 279

86,193
33, 501
119,694

181,345
90,157
271, 502

143,107

.140, 717

333, 257

20, 686

21, 072

62,181

883

343,110

15, 373
114
1,635

10,435
18
1,358

42, 604
207
2,648

777
1
179

313,982
913
21,329

24
472
1,696
1,509
1,874

11
1
38
30
49

5,518
30, 259
26,168
23, 310
34,407

1,969

798,996

582

214, 703

3

22
59
246

2,093
1,553
5,546
132,252
322
10,753
34,305
150,901

1,386

552,428

3,311
4,435
101,355

971
622
1,118
28, 299

1,059
727
1,409
31, 528

7
1,079
2,731
1,636
2,124
45,385

38, 458

445
4,509
3,708
3,217
4,459
123, 978

10,633

29,165

7,573

9,249

13, 248

10, 953

31,951

102
113
357
5,527
16
636
1,840
8,023
27, 247

158
65
715
13,460
10
947
4,704
19,877
69,101

81
52
266
4,664
6
433
1,376
5,002
19,453

68
89
144
5,543
6
468
1,920
6, 247
23, 734

103
74
353
4,484
15
536
2,141
9,052

85
12
417
3,266
28
709
2,268
7,704
25,442

156
140
831
28, 025
3
1,735
4,197
21, 570
88, 608

437

964

30, 006

423,228
125
20 261
3,650 1, 254,762
3,775 1, 698, 251
1,921
973,393
5,696 2, 671, 644
6,476 3,165,728

13
461

Net earnings

_

__

45,306

25,148

20,801

3,670

19, 522

2,108

3,211

7,702
5,528
852

63,738
19,424
2,236

7,102
7,254
1,382

6,782
6,421
675

19,864

Recoveries, profits on securities sold, etc.:
Recoveries on loans
Recoveries on bonds, stocks, and other
securities
Profits on securities sold »
Allother
-._

11,139

32, 254

1,645

1,230

15,095

2,941
3,917
515

4,095
4,031
514

18,886
12,389
2,314

11,068

246, 568

35,370

583

4,268

4,207

266

64,197

4,366
2,460
789

13,300
9,500
1,336

57
37
28

143, 266
78,956
12,916

7,794

15,379

13,016

1,624

3,903

3,448

4,273
2,834
415

4,902
2,396
930

5,122
2,765
930

8,846

Total...

17,752

104,920

17,846

17,089

9,018

9,870

48,684

9,146

12,131

12, 265

11,883

28,343

388

299,335

Total earnings, recoveries, etc

37, 616

150, 226

42,994

37, 890

20,086

21, 009

80,938

17, 992

19,925

27, 644

24,899

63, 713

971

545,903

9,189
9,068
1,575
1,950

49, 075
21,759
7,130
4,778

15,790
10,635
1,614
3,442

9,239
7,845
1,718
1,852

4,708
5,226
834
1,108

4,999
4,392
949
865

23,385
9,501
2,594
7,139

3,180
4,270
625
734

4,449
5,395
1,069
964

5,814
5,264
1,518
1,292

5,733
3,959
1,498
1,916

19, 298
6,206
3,242
4,927

167
11
40
2

s

155, 026
93, 531
24,406
30,969

Losses and depreciation:
On loans
On bonds, stocks, and other securities
On banking bouse, furniture, and fixturesOther losses and depreciation
Total

_

21, 782

82, 742

31,481

20,654

11, 876

11, 205

42,619

8,809

11,877

13, 888

13,106

33, 673

220

303,932

Net addition to profits

15, 834

67, 484

11,513

17, 236

8,210

9,804

38,319

9,183

8,048

13,756

11, 793

30, 040

751

241,971

Dividends:
On preferred stock
On common stock
Total

987
6,607
1,210
592
881
857
5,441
423
7 9,107 8 31,095 9 10, 679 io 5, 060 ii 4, 534 12 3, 930 i? 6, 443 n 3, 257

755
832
1,151
728
i« 4, 587 16 6, 451 17 4, 578 is 15,146

1
19 347

20,465
105, 214

348

125, 679

.....

10, 094

37, 702

11, 536

6,270

5,126

4,811

11,884

3,680

5,342

7,179

5,410

16, 297

1 Represents aggregate book value of capital stock, surplus, undivided profits, reserves for contingencies, reserves for dividends payable in common stock, and retirement fund for
preferred stock.
2
For 6 months ended June 30, 1936, when first called for separately. Amounts previously included with other earnings.
3 Amounts paid to officers as distinguished from employees other than officers in the 6 months ended June 30,1936, together with the number of officers and employees on the pay
roll on June 30, 1936, when these segregations were first called for, are published in the appendix.
* For 6 months ended June 30, 1936, when first called for separately. Amounts previously included with other expenses.
8 For 6 months ended June 30, 1936, when first called for separately from other taxes.
fl For 6 months ended June 30, 1936. Such profits in period from July 1, 1932, to Dec. 31, 1935, were not called for separately but were included with recoveries on bonds, stocks,
and other securities.
»Includes 9 stock dividends aggregating $196,000.
8 Includes 8 stock dividends aggregating $152,000.
9 Includes 4 stock dividends aggregating $203,000.
10 Includes 10 stock dividends aggregating $578,000.
11
Includes 12 stock dividends aggregating $334,000.
12 Includes 6 stock dividends aggregating $142,000.
" Includes 39 stock dividends aggregating $1,126,000.
» Includes 8 stock dividends aggregating $320,000.
J
» Includes 48 stock dividends aggregating $1,545,000.
16 Includes 41 stock dividends aggregating $2,015,000.
17 Includes 12 stock dividends aggregating $180,000.
is Includes 28 stock dividends aggregating $513,000.
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[In thousands of dollars]
District District District District District District District District District District District District NonGrand
no. 1
no. 2
no. 3
no. 4
no. 5
no. 6
no. 7
no. 8
no. 9
no. 10
no. 11
no. 12 member
total
(318
(623
(594
(522
(338
(274
(519
(319
(428
(674
(493
(266 banks (6 (5,374
banks) banks) banks) banks) banks) banks) banks) banks) banks) banks) banks) banks) banks) banks)
Eatios:
Dividends on common stock to common
capital.
_
percent..
Dividends on common stock to common
capital and surplus
percent..
Dividends on preferred stock to preferred
capital
...percent..
Dividends on preferred and common
stock to preferred and common capital.
percent..
Dividends on preferred and common
stock to capital funds
percent._
Dividends on preferred and common
stock to preferred and common capital
and surplus
_
percent..
Net addition to profits to common capital
percent..
Net addition to profits to common capital
and surplus...
percent..
Net addition to profits to common and
preferred capital
percent..
Net addition to profits to common and
preferred capital and surplus, .percent. _
Net addition to profits to capital funds
percent..

8.59

10.54

9.32

4.74

7.76

6.18

4.85

7.01

4.19

5.33

4.30

2.67

4.78

4.14

3.09

4.48

5.77

3.72

3.69

4.07

3.45

4.83

7.88

9.21

8.38

4.49

7.03

5.40

3.52

4.78

3.52

2.31

3.85

4.21

5.41

4.25

2.82

14.94

22.87

10.05

7.28

11.58

12.37
6.61
5.52

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9.76

10.38

7.02

9.90

9.51

8.39

4.52

6.13

6.62

4.64

6.70

6.23

4.72

4.00

4.31

3.49

3.97

4.05

.80

4.61

4.84

6.46

8.28

8.65

6.28

8.99

9.22

7.40

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3.44

3.05

3.67

5.05

5.02

3.84

4.89

5.37

3.97

§

4.69

3.99

3.70

4.45

5.78

6.07

4.52

6.00

6.11

4.70

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16.14

14.06

15.41

28.84

19.78

17.12

22.13

18.08

19.64

20.58

19.28

4.63

9.10

8.65

10.32

18.41

12.74

10.76

14.12

11.95

12.36

13.48

10.85

16.48

8.37

12.35

11.25

10.99

15.61

16.11

12.47

16.57

13.68

16.57

19.89

14.25

9.68

4.24

7.76

7.50

8.13

11.94

11.11

8.71

11.63

9.85

11.06

13.18

9.06

8.56

3.52

6.35

6.16

7.01

9.85

9.15

7.61

9.61

8.38

9.01

11.60

7.64

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TOTAL U N I T E D STATES
[In thousands of dollars]
Banks operating throughout entire year with deposits on Dec. 31, 1935, of—
$500,001 $750,001 $1,000,001 $2,000,001 $5,000,001 $50,000,001
to
to
to
to
and over
$750,000 ($1,000,000 $2,000,000 $5,000,000 $50,000,000

Operating
less than
1 year *

Total»

3

$100,000
and
under

Capital, par value:
Class A preferred
Class B preferred. _
Common

_ .
___

- ._

_

Total
Surplus
Total capital and surplus
Capital funds 3

_

Gross earnings:
Interest and discount on loans _
Interest and dividends on bonds, stocks, and
other securities^.
Interest on balances with other banks
Collection charges, commissions, fees, etc
Foreign department (except interest on foreign loans, investments, and bank balances) .
Trust department
Service charges on deposit accounts _
Other earnings
Total

56
4,448

541
100,501

1,165
427,378

782
481,778

40

- ___

$250,001

1,590

2,899
234
16,253

10,736
677
45,634

10, 744
701
41,967

11,109
977
39,645

31, 607
2,705
103, 796

58,442
5,412
141, 526

125, 578
7,565
269,614

232,950
2,500
594,809

484,105
20,771
1,254,834

4,289
250
5,619

488,394
21,021
1,260,453

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1,630
298

Number of banks »_
Total deposits

$100,001
to
$250,000

19,386
5,171

57,047
19,675

53,412
21,214

51, 731
20,008

138,108
63,894

205,380
104,016

402,757
178, 311

830, 259
474, 517

1, 759, 710
887,104

10,158
1,894

1, 769,868
888,998

3

to

$500,000

552
765
996
479,389 1,406, 738 2,304, 731

Total

442
5,360
61
5, 588, 362 13,988,481 24,781,806

5,392
32
105,118 24,886,924

1,928

24,557

76, 722

74, 626

71, 739

202,002

309,398

581,068

1,304, 776

2,646,814

12, 052

2, 658,866

2,033

26, 579

86,353

85,638

82,172

229, 466

354,853

676,501

1,554,143

3,097, 738

13,388

3, 111, 126

256

3,555

11, 700

11,443

10,900

29,925

44, 377

80,134

146, 506

338, 796

1,387

340,183

57
22

1,557
9
360

7,186
17
1,169

8,713
16
944

8,664
23
781

25, 595
131
1,789

40, 494
141
2,516

74,008
444
4,474

149, 204
338
8,241

315,478
1,119
20,296

971
6
157

316,449
1,125
20,453

13
15

9
943
1,244

2
39
967
1,215

2
89
927
1,268

28
559
2,544
3,707

43
1,651
4,111
6,110

478
6,819
7,734
14,866

6,343
19, 304
7,241
26, 642

6,896
28,474
24,733
55, 369

3
68
190
213

6,899
28, 542
24,923
55, 582

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4
253
302

363

6,040

22,268

23,339

22, 654

64, 278

99,443

188,957

363,819

791,161

2,995

794,156

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a The difference of $39,191,000 in total deposits, $711,000 in class A preferred stock, $3,419,000 in common stock, $1,064,000 in surplus, and $5,965,000 in capitalf unds between figures
shown in this column and in the Dec. 31,1935, abstract of reports of condition is due to the inclusion in this column of all figures (except number of banks) of banks which were active
on June 30, 1935, but were inactive on Dec. 31, 1935.
a Represents aggregate book value of capital stock, surplus, undivided profits .reserves for contingencies, reserves for dividends payable in common stock, and retirement fund for
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TOTAL U N I T E D STATES—Continued
[In thousands of dollars]
Banks operating throughout entire year with cleposits on Dec. 31, 1935, of—
$750,001 $1,000,001 $2,000,001 $5,000,001 $50,000,001
to
to
to
to
$1,000,000 $2,000,000 $5,000,000 $50,000,000 and over

$100,000
and
under

Recoveries, profits on securities, etc.:
On loans
_
On bonds, stocks, and other securities __ . .
All other
_
Total

_

Total earnings, recoveries, etc
Losses and depreciation:
On loans
On bonds, stocks, and other securities
On banking house, furniture and fixtures
Other losses and depreciation
__.
__.
Total
Net addition to profits




$500,001
to
$750,000

135
1
19
2
19
93

1,965
4
52
829
13
396
1,268

6,463
9
225
4,050
36
1,278
4,212

6,355
23
247
5,034
35
1,243
4,063

5,961
23
217
5,295
46
1,184
3,793

16,167
54
559
16,013
55
3,339
10,3G8

4,527

16, 273

17, 000

16, 519

94

Total
Net earnings

$250,001
to
$500,000

269

Expenses:
Salaries and wages
Interest on deposits of other banks
Interest on other demand deposits
Interest on other time deposits
Interest and discount on borrowed money
Taxes
Other expenses

$100,001
to
$250,000

1,513

5,995

6,339

6,135

20
28
2

367
531
48

1,192
2,990
270

977
3,882
291

1,029
3,962
300

24,904
112
707
25,081
117
5,052
16, 218

49,827
428
1,808
36,391
110
9,888
35, 384

99,061
1,050
2,887
49, 793
15
20,165
66, 578

46, 555

72,191

133,836

17, 723

27, 252

55,121

2,566
11,687
700

3,986
20, 760
1,441

10,106
48,114
4,278

Total

Operating
less than
1 year

Total

210,838
1,703
6, 703
142, 505
429
42, 564
141,977

977

239, 549

546, 719

2,429

549,148

124, 270

244,442

566

245,008

26,964
88,037
4,821

47, 207
179, 991
12,151

168
554
176

47,375
180,545
12,327

51
489
139
773

211,815
1,703
6,754
142, 994
429
42, 703
112, 750

50

946

4,452

5,150

5,291

14,953

26,187

62, 498

119,822

239,349

898

240, 247

144

2,459

10, 447

11, 489

11,426

32,676

53,439

117, 619

244, 092

483, 791

1,464

485, 255

76

s
12
16

1,051
426
241
169

3,382
2,311
686
548

3,496
3,205
753
652

3,623
3,339
651
568

11,195
10,145
2,168
1,948

19,858
18, 763
3,262
3,696

43, 372
33 265
5,462
9,748

72,997
44 379
10, 004
9,148

159, 050
115,841
23, 239
26,493

1,071
468
130
472

160,121
116 309
23,369
26, 965

112

1,887

6,927

8,106

8,181

25,456

45, 579

91,847

136, 528

324, 623

2,141

326, 764

32

572

3,520

3,383

3,245

7,220

7,860

25,772

107, 564

159,168

*677

158, 491

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On preferred stock
On common stock
Total
Ratios:
Dividends on common stock to common
capital
percent..
Dividends on common stock to common capital and surplus
percent..
Dividends on preferred stock to preferred
capital
percent-_
Dividends on preferred and common stock to
preferred and common capital
percent..
Dividends on preferred and common stock to
preferred and common capital and surplus
percent..
Dividends on preferred and common stock to
capital funds
-.percent-.
Net addition to profits to common capital
percent_.
Net addition to profits to common capital
and surplus
percent..
Net addition to profits to common and preferred capital
percent..
Net addition to profits to common and preferred capital and surplus...
.percent..
Net addition to profits to capital funds
percent..

1
31

86
»507

32

1,218
• 4,788

2,262
io 6,849

4,333
u 16,087

9,634
» 64,612

18, 781
98, 669

81
"117

18,862
98,786

2,238

6,006

9,111

20, 420

74,246

117,450

198

117,648

7.84

388
6 2,010

419
* 1,987

440
8 1, 798

593

2,398

2,406

1.95

3.12

4.40

4.73

4.54

4.61

4.84

5.97

10.86

7.86

2.08

1.64

2.37

3.08

3.14

3.01

2.86

2.79

3.59

6.04

4.61

1.56

4.60

O

2.50

2.74

3.40

3.66

3.64

3.55

3.54

3.25

4.09

3.72

1.78

3.70

1.96

3.06

4.20

4.50

4.33

4.35

4.44

5.07

8.94

6.67

1.95

6.65

8

1.66

2.41

3.13

3.22

3.12

2.97

2.94

3.51

5.69

4.44

1.64

4.42

1.57

2.23

2.78

2.81

2.72

2.62

2.57

3.02

4.78

3.79

1.48

2.01

3.52

7.71

8.06

8.19

6.96

5.55

9.56

18.08

12.68

* 12. 05

12.57

1.69

2.67

5.39

5.35

5.44

4.31

3.20

5.75

10.06

7.43

*9.01

7.37
8.95

3.78

1.96

2.95

6.17

6.33

6.27

5.23

3.83

6.40

12.96

9.05

*6.66

1.66

2.33

4.59

4.53

4.52

3.57

2.54

4.44

8.24

6.01

*5.62

2.15

4.08

3.95

3.95

3.15

2.22

3.81

6.92

5.14

'5.06

5.09

* Deficit.
* Includes 6 stock diyidends aggregating $16,000.
s Includes 18 stock dividends aggregating $88,000.
7
Includes 22 stock dividends aggregating $195,000.
s Includes 17 stock dividends aggregating $212,000.
* Includes 23 stock dividends aggregating $335,000.
w Includes 23 stock dividends aggregating $827,000.
n Includes 22 stock diyidends aggregating $1,885,000.
1 Includes 4 stock dividends aggregating $850,000.
2
is Includes 1 stock dividend of $1,000.
NOTE.—The total deposits, capital, surplus, and capital funds used in this table are as of Dec. 31,1935,f or 5,392 active banks on that date, together with figures as of June 30,1935,
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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

National-bank investments in U. S. Government securities and other bonds and
securities, etc., loans and discounts (including rediscounts), and losses charged
off on account of bonds and securities owned and loans and discounts, years ended
June 80, 1918 to 1936, inclusive
[In thousands of dollars]

Year
ended
June
30—

1918
1919
1920
1921
1922
1923
1924
1925
1926
1927
1928
1929
1930
1931
1932
1933
1934
1935
1936

U.S.
Government
securities

Other
bonds
and securities

Total
bonds
and securities

Loans and
discounts
(including
rediscounts)

2,026,663
2, 942, 576
2,138, 615
1, 919,173
2, 242, 984
2, 658, 894
2,449, 236
2, 515,083
2, 469, 268
2, 596,178
2, 891,167
2,803,860
2, 753, 941
3, 256, 268
3, 352, 666
4,031, 576
6,003, 652
7,173,007
8, 447, 364

1,810,831
1,868,912
1, 912, 281
2,002, 754
2, 274, 969
2, 372, 880
2, 657, 985
3,190,147
3, 372, 985
3, 797, 040
4, 256, 281
3,852, 675
4,134, 230
4,418, 569
3, 843, 986
3, 340, 055
3, 344, 901
3, 543, 379
4, 035, 261

3,837,494
4,811,488
4,050,896
3, 921,927
4, 517, 953
5,031,774
5,107, 221
5, 705, 230
5,842, 253
6, 393, 218
7,147, 448
6, 656, 535
6, 888,171
7, 674, 837
7,196, 652
7, 371, 631
9, 348, 553
10, 716, 386
12, 482, 625

10,152,126
11,013,227
13,620,634
12,004, 515
11, 248, 214
11,817, 671
11,978,728
12, 674,007
13, 417, 674
13, 955, 696
15,144, 995
14,801,130
14,887, 752
13,177,485
10, 281, 676
8,116, 972
7, 694, 749
7, 365, 226
7, 759,149

Losses
charged
off on
bonds
and securities

Losses
charged
off on
loans
and discounts

44,350
27, 819
61, 790
76,179
33,444
21,890
24, 642
25,301
23, 783
27,579
29,191
43, 458
61,371
119, 294
201, 848
236, 557
241, 789
136, 743
93, 531

33,964
35,440
31, 284
76, 210
135, 208
120,438
102,814
95, 552
93, 605
86,512
92,106
86,815
103, 817
186, 864
259, 478
231,420
379, 294
188, 237
155, 026

Percentage of losses
charged off—
On bonds On account
loans and
and
discounts
securities
to total
to total
bonds and loans and
securities discounts
1.16
.58
1.53
1.94
.74
.44
.48
.44
.41
.43
.41
.65
.89
1.55
2.80
3.21
2.59
1.28
.75

0.33
.32
.23
.63
1.20
1.02
.86
.75
.70
.62
.61
.59
.70
1.42
2.52
2.85
4.93
2.56
2.00

NOTE.—Figures for the years 1918 to 1925 revised since published in annual reports prior to 1936 in
order to conform to current classifications of loans and investments.




Number of national banks, capital, surplus, net addition to profits, dividends, and ratios, years ended June 30, 1914 to 1936, inclusive
[In thousands of dollars]
Dividends

Capital, par value

Year ended June 30—

1914
1915
1916
1917
1918
1919
1920
1921
1922
1923
1924
1925
1926
1927
1928
1929
1930
1931
1932
1933
1934
1935
1936

Number
of banks

_
_
_

. ...
_

_

_

7,525
7,605
7,579
7,604
7,705
7,785
8,030
8,154
8,249
8,241
8,085
8,072
7,978
7,796
7,691
7,536
7,252
6,805
6,150
4,902
5,422
5,431
5,374

Surplus
Preferred
stock

53,793
412,070
525,122
443,489

Net addition to
profits

723,338
722,089
731,389
762, 367
809,138
872,226
986,384
1,026,256
1,048,806
1,070, 616
1,080, 578
1,118,928
1,198,899
1, 256,945
1,419, 695
1,479,052
1, 591,339
1,493,876
1, 259,425
940,598
854,057
831,846
973,393

149,270
127,095
157, 544
194,321
212,332
240,366
282,083
216,106
183,670
203,488
195, 706
223,935
249,167
252, 319
270,158
301,804
246,261
52,541
* 139, 780
» 218,384
l 303,546
71,372
241,971

Common
stock

L, 058,192
L, 068, 519
]L, 066,049
1,082,779
1,098, 556
1,118,603
L, 224,166
1,273,880
L, 307,216
L, 328,891
L, 334,011
L, 369,435
1,412,872
L, 474,173
:L, 593.856
L, 627,375
I, 743,974
, 687,663
L, 568,983
L, 463,412
L, 326,722
L, 288,848
L, 254,762

On preferred
stock

22
3,430
16,176
20, 465

Ratios

Net addition to profits
DiviDividends on
dends on common
On com- common stock to
To common
stock to common To com- To com- To com- mon and
stock
common capital mon cap- mon cap- mon and preferred
ital and preferred capital
ital
capital
and sursurplus
capital
and surplus
plus

120,947
113,707
114, 725
125, 538
129, 778
135, 588
147, 793
158,158
165,884
179,176
163, 683
165,033
173, 753
180,753
205, 358
222, 672
237,029
211, 301
169,155
99,124
72,418
87,241
105,214

Percent
11.43
10.64
10.76
11.59
11.81
12.12
12.07
12.42
12.69
13.48
12.27
12.05
12.30
12.26
12.88
13.68
13.59
12.52
10.78
6.77
5.46
6.77
8.39

Percent
6.79
6.35
6.38
6.80
6.80
6.81
6.69
6.88
7.04
7.47
6.78
6.63
6.65
6.62
6.81
7.17
7.11
6.64
5.98
4.12
3.32
4.11
4.72

Percent
14.11
11.89
14.78
17.95
19.33
21.49
23.04
16.96
14.05
15.31
14.67
16.35
17.64
17.12
16.95
18.55
14.12
3.11
i 8.91
1 14.92
i 22.88
5.54
19.28

Percent
8.38
7.10
8.76
10.53
11.13
12.07
12.76
9.40
7.80
8.48
8.11
9.00
9.54
9.24
8.96
9.72
7.38
1.65
M.94
19.08
i 13.92
3.37
10.85

Percent

114.39
117.46
3.93
14.25

Percent

*8.89
»11.71
2.70
9.06

i Deficit.
NOTE.—Figures for the years 1914 to 1925 revised since published in annual reports prior to 1936, in order to conform tofiguresshowing the number, capita land surplus of active
banks reporting in response to calls for statements of condition published in annual reports.




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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

NATIONAL BANKS CLASSIFIED ACCORDING TO CAPITAL STOCK

The recapitulation following concerns tables published in the
appendix of this report in relation to the number of active national
banks in Eeserve cities and States on December 31, 1935, classified
according to capital stock, with the amount of loans and discounts,
including rediscounts, investments, cash and exchange, including
reserve with Federal Reserve bank, total assets, capital stock, surplus,
profits, and reserves for contingencies, and total deposits.
National banks classified according to capital stock Dec. 31, 1935
[In thousands of dollars]

Loans
and disNum- counts, Investber of includ- ments
banks ing
rediscounts »

Cash
and exchange,
including reserve
with
Federal
Reserve
bank

Total
assets

Surplus,
profits,
and re- Total
Capital serves deposits
for contingencies

Capital of less than $50,000- _ 1,000 112,722
117, 176 112, 577 355, 552 28, 546
Capital of $50,000 but less
3,101 984, 443 1, 337,101 868, 447 3, 325, 590 261,995
than $200,000
Capital of $200,000 but less
807 818, 701 1,187, 219 761, 389 2,899, 921 216,640
than $500,000. _
__
Capital of $500,000 but less
262 631,824
than $1,000,000
841, 024 595,728 2,168, 750 160,813
Capital of $1,000,000 but less
184 1,435, 352 2, 378,189 1 852,165 5,870, 241 322, 023
than $5,000,000
L,
Capital of $5,000,000 but less
31 1, 255, 472 % 171,985 1 492,997 5, 073,943 261,950
than $25,000,000
L,
Capital of $25,000,000 but less
3
7,975 764, 145 705,483 2,189,883 103, 813
than $50,000,000.
Capital of $50,000,000 or more.
4 1,, 632, 2952, 680,697 1, 751, 536 6, 340,821 402, 770
1
5, 392 7, 508, 7841, 477, 536 8,140, 322 28, 224, 701 758,450
1,
Total United States.__
1

Includes overdrafts.

20, 020

306,041

198,156 2, 857, 056
157,442 2, 515, 394
94,186 1,904, 613
258,175 5, 256, 293
295, 461 4,467,148
100, 812 1,960,844
222, 459 5, 580, 344
1, 346, 711 24, 847, 733

FEDERAL RESERVE BANKS

Assets and liabilities of the 12 Federal Reserve banks combined, as of the last weekly
statement date in October 1934—36
[In thousands of dollars]
Oct. 31, 1934

Oct. 30, 1935

5,211,920
10,985
6,082
2, 430,171

7,285,303
6,128
4,676
2, 430,172
181
507, 936
146, 908
10, 381, 304

573,806
138, 417
12, 065, 573

3,160, 777
28, 664

3, 511, 319

4, 086, 242

4, 005,999
92, 293
163, 510
438,939
146, 777
139, 228
52, 565
8, 228, 752

5, 652,989
60, 279
296,146
508,913
130, 356
168, 350
52, 952
10, 381, 304

6, 732,003
99, 903
219,649
577, 408
130, 241
172, 589
47, 538
12, 065, 573

Oct. 28, 1936

ASSETS

Total reserves
_ _ __. _
Bills discounted
Bills bought in open market
U.S. Government securities.
Other securities
Uncollected items _
All other assets
_
Total._

_.

439,993
129,601

-

8, 228, 752

8,913,929
6,107
3,087
2,430, 227

LIABILITIES

Federal Reserve notes in circulation
Federal Reserve bank notes in circulation...
Deposits:
Member bank reserve account.
Government
__ _
_
Other
Deferred availability items
Capital paid in
Surplus
All other liabilities.._
—Total




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97

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

Principal assets and liabilities of the 12 Federal Reserve banks combined, on the last
weekly statement date in each month, from January 1934 to October 1986
[In millions of dollars]
Liabilities
Bills and securities

Date

Deposits
Federal
Federal Reserve
U.S.
Total Reserve bank'
note
Bills
reserves notes in circula- MemBills bought Groverncirculabers'
dis- in open! ment Total i
tion
tion, reserve Total
counted market securinet
ties

1934.

2,434
2,432
2,432
2,430
2,430
2,430
2,432
2,432
2,430
2,430
2,430
2,430

2,629
2,559
2,514
2,481
2,470
2,463
2,459
2,459
2,459
2,453
2,461
2,459

3,792
4,140
4,535
4,763
4,902
5,045
5,133
5,240
5,217
5,212
5, 328
5,355

2,926
2,980
2,997
3,030
3,052
3,056
3,060
3,103
3,135
3,161
3,188
3,261

1935
Jan. 30
Feb. 27
Mar. 27
Apr. 24
May 29
June 26
July 31
Aug. 28
Sept. 25
Oct. 30
Nov. 27
Dec. 31

2,430
2,430
2,430
2,430
2,430
2,430
2,430
2,430
2,430
2,430
2, 430
2,431

2,460
2,461
2,464
2,468
2,470
2,470
2,470
2,474
2,475
2,474
2,474
2,473

5,647
5,816
5,835
5,998
6,110
6,389
6,515
6,730
6,795
7, 285
7,512
7,835

1936
Jan. 29
Feb. 26
Mar. 25
Apr. 29
May 27
June 24
July 29
Aug. 26
Sept. 30
Oct. 28

2,430
2,430
2,430
2,430
2,430
2,430
2,430
2,430
2,430
2,430

2,474
2,474
2,472
2,471
2,470
2,470
2,467
2,469
2,471
2,466

8,006
8,033
8,034
8,056
8,148
8,243
8,500
8,571
8, 659
8,914

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

111
62
29
10
5
5
5
5
6

Capital
and
surplus

2,652
3,093
3,439
3,744
3,763
3,837
4,020
4,127
3,970
4,006
4,108
3,961

3,035
3,265
3,657
3,929
4,048
4,196
4,288
4,361
4,310
4,262
4,354
4,317

284
284
284
285
285
286
286
285
286
258
288
292

3,068
3,139
3,131
3,146
3,172
3,198
3,262
3, 352
3,430
3,511
3,627
3,709

4,542
4, 588
4,285
4,719
4,827
5,029
5,100
5,346
5,236
5,653
5,789
5,587

4,792

4,
5,064
5,163
5,415
5,478
5,609
5,610
6,009
6,124
6,386

303
305
306
307
312
312
313
314
299
299
299
300

3,600
3,677
3,732
3,742
3,759
3,980
3,951
3,994
4,049
4,086

5,863
5,839
5,059
5,506
5,747
5,308
6,016
6,332
6,357
6,732

6,643
6,594
6,546
6,547
6,617
6,489
6,780
6,811
6,844
7,052

303
303
303
303
303
303
302
303
303
303

203
195
123
78
60
46
34
32
30
29
28
27

1
Includes (in addition to bills discounted and bought and United States securities) industrial advances
and other miscellaneous securities.

NEW YORK CLEARING HOUSE

The figures compiled and furnished by the manager of the New York
Clearing House Association for the year ended September 30, 1936,
disclose there were 21 banks comprising the New York Clearing
House Association with capital of $526,174,300.
Clearings amounted to $186,490,263,783, an increase in the year of
$12,074,484,934, and balances reported aggregating $26,263,055,067
showed an increase in the year of $3,351,503,836. The average daily
clearings amounted to $615,479,418, and the average daily balances
$86,676,849. The percentage of balances to clearings was 14.08.




98

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

CLEARING-HOUSE ASSOCIATIONS IN THE 12 FEDERAL RESERVE
BANK CITIES AND ELSEWHERE

Clearing-house transactions in the 12 Federal Reserve bank cities
during the year ended September 30, 1936, aggregated $261,011,917,000, an increase in the year of $21,861,870,000. The ratio of bank
clearings in the 12 Federal Reserve bank cities was 79.32 percent of
the total clearings of all banks in 261 reporting cities in the United
States, in comparison with a ratio of 80.59 percent reported for the
year previous.
Clearings of banks in 16 other principal cities, each of which had
clearings in excess of $1,000,000,000, amounted to $40,798,631,000'
and showed an increase of $6,655,635,000 over clearings reported
for the same cities in the preceding year. The total clearings of the
261 cities reporting to the New York Clearing House Association
in the current year aggregated $329,074,670,000, as compared with
$296,751,602,000 reported by these cities in the preceding year.
Tables showing the following information are published in the
appendix of this report: Statement showing the total of transactions
of the New York Clearing House from 1854 to 1913, and annually
since 1914; exchanges, balances, and percentages of balances to
exchanges by the New York Clearing House, annually since 1914;
exchanges of the reporting clearing houses of the United States for
each year ended September 30, 1914, to 1936; comparative statement of the exchanges of clearing houses of the United States, by
cities, for years ended September 30, 1936 and 1935; and comparative statement of transactions of clearing-house associations in the
12 Federal Reserve bank cities and elsewhere in years ended September
30, 1936 and 1935.
ALL ACTIVE BANKS IN THE UNITED STATES AND POSSESSIONS
The statement following shows a summary of reports of condition
of all active banks in the United States and possessions, by classes,
on June 30, 1936:




Summary of reports of condition of all active banks in the United States and possessions, by classes, at the close of business June SO, 1936
[In thousands of dollars]
Banks other than national, byTotal all
banks

15,803

Number of banks.

National
banks

All banks
other than
national

State
(commercial) i

Mutual
savings

5,374

10,429

9,732

566

210, 341
1,160,128
2,265, 757
49,477

346, 658
6, 798, 581
2,477, 563
40,072

302,982
1,817,889
2, 404, 633
40,018

4,977, 744
26,672

276, 630
3, 796,816

615,658
2,791,524

590, 573
2, 693, 292

13,070,056
5,761
7,072,979
174,944
336, 258
863,183

Private

I

131

ASSETS

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts):
Eeal estate loans, mortgages, deeds of trust, and other liens on real estate:
556,999
On farm land
_._
'.
_
_
7,958,709
On other real estate
_
_
_
_
___
Loans secured byU. S. Government and other bonds, stocks, and securities (exclusive of loans to banks). 4, 743, 320
89, 549
Loans to banks
_
Commercial paper bought in open market; acceptances payable in United States; and notes, bills, and
892, 288
acceptances payable in foreign countries
_
_
_
6, 588,340
All other loans
_.
Total
__
20,829,205
9,954
Overdrafts
_
_
_
_
_
_
__.
Investments:
U. S. Government securities (direct obligations)
14,840,174
Securities fully guaranteed by U. S. Government as to interest and principal:
Reconstruction Finance Corporation
_
238, 545
Federal Farm Mortgage Corporation
_
_
_
650,033
Home Owners' Loan Corporation
___
1,629,448
Total U. S. Government obligations, direct and fully guaranteed
Obligations of—
Federal land banks
_
Federal intermediate credit banks
_
Joint-stock land banks
_._
_
States, counties, and municipalities
_
__
Territorial and insular possessions of the United States..
_
_
Bonds, notes, and debentures (not including stock) of railroads, public utilities, real estate and other
domestic corporations
_
_
Stock of Federal Reserve bank and other domestic corporations
Foreign government bonds and other foreign securities
Total

42,782

66,432

25,085
31,800

7,849,387
4,885

5,113, 633
1

107,036
875

7, 767,195

5, 576,638

1,851,139

63, 601
247,863
596,875

64,260
166,606

8,910,836

6, m, 977

£, 082,005

105,870
63,558
3,817
2,101,067
11,931

99,199
57, 635
3,770
1, 278, 252
11,869

5,798
3,023
42

5,172,162
870, 537
375, 790

1.817,188
248, 266
173, 206
12,482, 625

3,354,974
622,271
202, 584

1, 579,452
447,160
130, 603
10, 092, 917

1,758,188
144, 786
60,820

15, 376,908

16

4,853,377

873
2,900
5
24,116
46

o

o

17,334
30,325
11,161
430,614

i Includes loan and trust companies and stock savings banks, which were shown separately in reports prior to 1936. Further reference to consolidation of statements of these
three classes of banks made on p. 120.




i

1,652
2,784
843,854

162, 258
81,284
14,438
1, 527,644
10,977

27,859, 533

o
o

339,418

63, 601
313,775
766, 265

268,128
144,842
18,255
3,628,711
22,908

17,858,200

894
2,948

46,258
51

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Summary of reports of condition of all active banks in the United States and possessions, by classes, at the close of business June 80, 1986—

Continued
[In thousands of dollars]

Total all
banks

ASSETS—continued
Banking house, furniture and
fixtures
_
Real estate owned other than banking house
_
_
_._
Cash in vault
_
'__
_
_
_
_
Amounts due from banks (including reserve with Federal Reserve banks or other reserve agents), cash
items in process of collection, and exchanges for clearing house
Other assets (including securities borrowed, acceptances of other banks, and bills of exchange or drafts sold
with endorsement, and customers' liability on account of acceptances)

National
banks

1,363,426
1, 263, 742
1,018,951

641,550
184,123
531, 694

14,103, 430

7,849, 732

All banks
other than
national

721,876
1, 079, 619
487, 257
6, 253, 698

Banks other than national, by
classes
State
(commercial)

580,286
410,473
433,210

Mutual

134, 014
667, 399

Private

7,576
1,747
1,870

52,177
5, 620, 525

140, 745
492, 428

750, 340

249, 77^

67,198, 581

29, 702,839

500, 567
37, 495, 742

25, 355, 515

22, 461,996
1,147,502
2,942,857

11,665,872
692, 527
1,786, 484

10,796,124
454,975
1,156,373

10,357,106
454,975
1,151,630

6, 506,461
256,024

3,844, 333
194,184

2, 662,128
61,840

2, 617, 062
2,657

33,314,840

18,183,400

15,131,440

14, 583,430

3,730

544,280

_._

399,991
143,309

322,002
129,487

77,989
13,822

77, 254
13,694

706
127

29
1

_

21,107,956
1,625,581
106,969
606,175
198,614

6,067, 704
667,621
50,829
288,390
137, 376

15,040, 252
957,960
56,140
317, 785
61, 238

4,997,332
936, 714
39, 464
305,169
61, 238

10,036, 714
455
16,656
1,450

6,206
20, 791
20
11,166

24,188,595

7,663,409

16, 525,186

6, 430,865

10, 056,108

38, 213

Total assets

_

_

_...

363,832
96,027
11, 409,056

40, 708
731,171

LIABILITIES

Demand deposits:
Deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations
U. S. Government deposits
State, county, and municipal deposits
Deposits of other banks and trust companies:
In the United States
_
In foreign countries
_.

_
..-

_.

Total
Time deposits (including postal savings):
State, county, and municipal deposits
Deposits of other banks and trust companies
Other time deposits:
Deposits evidenced by savings pass books
Certificates of deposit (other than for money borrowed)
Christmas savings and similar accounts
Open accounts
Postal savings deposits
._
Total




_

_

.-

-

3,623
-—---

435, 395
'~~~4~662
45,040
59,183

O
O

Certified and cashiers' checks (including dividend checks), letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for
cash and outstanding and amounts due to reserve agents (transit account)
Deposits not classified
._M.
Total depositso
tf>> Bills payable..
3 Rediscounts
._
I Agreements to repurchase securities sold
^ Acceptances executed by or for account of reporting banks
Interest, taxes, and other expenses accrued and unpaid
Dividends declared but not payable and amounts set aside for undeclared dividends and for accrued
interest on capital notes and debentures
Other liabilities (including securities borrowed and acceptances of other banks and bills of exchange or
drafts sold with endorsement)
._._
Capital stock, capital notes and debentures:
Capital notes and debentures
Preferred stock...
_._
Common stock 2__
Surplus
Undivided profits, net
Reserves for contingencies
_
Retirement fund for preferred stock and capital notes and debentures
_
Total liabilities.

-

636

833, 788
2,592

353, 644

480,144
2,592

479,412
2,575

58, 339,815

26, 200, 453

32,139, 362

21,496, 282

10,059,951

583,129

34,373
552

3,439

4,984
11

45, 221
1,010
883
208, 005
71,776

2,425
447
586
95, 659
47, 316

33, 473

28, 043

527,305

162,182

244, 719
633, 667
2, 542,840
3, 408, 418
706,427
423, 632
11, 390

443, 489
1, 247,886
973, 393
346, 039

147, 219
7,702

67,198, 581 29, 702,839

42, 796
563
297
112, 346

112,346

24,460

17, 707

5,430

2,030

297

365,123

310, 992

244,719
190,178
1, 294,954
2,435, 025
360, 388
276,413
3,688
37,495, 742

226,132
190,178
1, 248, 529
1, 270, 873
210,978
230, 789
3,457
25, 355, 515

6,751
3,400
14,911

39,220

18,587
1,131, 767
148, 966
21,053
231
11,409,056

46,425
32, 385
444
24, 571
731,171

2
The common capital stock reported for banks other than national represents the par value of such stock. In the case of national banks, however, the common capital shown
represents the net book value. The par value of common capital stock of national banks on June 30, 1936, aggregated $1,254,762,000.

The table following shows the approximate population of each State, number of active banks, assets and liabilities,
a classification of loans and discounts, investments, capital and demand and time deposits, June 30, 1936.




Assets and liabilities of all active banks in the United States, Alaska, and insular possessions, June 1986 {includes national. State {commercial),
savings and private banks)1
Assets (in thousands of dollars)
Population
(approximate)

Location

Maine
New Hampshire
Vermont
Massachusetts
Rhode Island
Connecticut

_.
__

Total New England States
N e w York
New Jersey
Pennsylvania
Delaware
Maryland
District of Columbia

_.
___
^

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

_.

Total Southern States




Number of
banks

848,000
501,000
385,000
4,404,000
681,000
1,733,000

103
110
92
396
35

Loans and
discounts
(including
rediscounts)

Overdrafts

112,156
102,033
83,588
1,846,141
177, 512
598,864

Investments

191, 580
165, 211
80,957
1,738,407
268,949
528,318

Banking
house,
furniture
and
fixtures

Real
estate
owned
other
than banking house

4,177
4,136
3,444
68,440
14,492
31,207

4,442
8,181
20,614
175,474
9,574
56,089

7,057
3,838
2,892
146,290
9,769
21,784

Cash in
vault

Amounts
due from
banks 2

48,677
24,681
18,445
500.965
55, 695
135.966

Other
assets

1,258
493
1,352
27, 554
2,266
6,963

Total
assets

369,353
308, 578
211,300
4,503,363
538,264
1, 379, 213

8,552,000

934

2,920,294

140

2,973, 422

125,896

274,374

191, 630

39,886

7,310,071

12,982,000
4,315,000
10,132,000
257,000
1,682,000
591,000

911
421
1,129
48
202
22

7,723, 536
741,981
1, 527,816
72,109
195,099
91,040

2,545
45
303
10
21
24

9,837, 522
951, 000
2,961,858
91,474
484,185
125,462

402, 207
78,088
164,372
4,034
16,262
15,401

455, 651
99,462
137,606
2,856
9,153
5,522

150, 717
41,419
86,6aO
2,554
12,305
11,390

4,137,719
329,210
1,108,885
35,779
190, 726
100,815

403,132
15,590
64,939
476
3,609
974

23,113,029
2,256,795
6,052,379
209,292
911.360
350,628

29,959,000

2,733

10,351,581

2,948

14,451,501

680,364

710, 250

304,985

5,903,134

488,720

32,893,483

2,658,000
1,823,000
3,441,000
2,029,000
3,365,000
1,631,000
2,851,000
1,977,000
2,132,000
6,112,000
2,016,000
2,864,000
2,928,000

327
185
213
150
317
156
217
207
149
890
224
442
318

243,574
117,676
113,584
37,407
158,845
60,068
89,449
55,881
107,574
386,574
48,213
196,057
167,563

48
33
13
45
265
12
91
607
215
672
62
150
206

8,699
8,513
4,041
1,925
7,350
2,611
7,699
2,965
4,007
11,798
2,648
7,229
6,761

5,182
1,525
3,209

65,312
163,570
431,092
53,402
165,654
151,717

18,083
9,852
8,848
2,255
14,372
8,690
7,922
4,312
10,465
37,740
3,225
9,196
13,162

761
2,082
1,542
2,459
2,798
2,696
4,200
905
8,654
3,668

615.227
322,979
406,221
145,012
461,071
339.228
294,577
188,255
438,542
1,403,230
173,842
504,237
506,928

35,827,000

3,795

1,782,465

2,419

1,863,356

148,122

76,246

39,681

5,799,349

171,991
92,040
143, 278
43,752
134,799
148,069

13,033
8,875
11,394
5,221
9,943
10, 249
7,426
5,742
7,961
27,188
3,595
10, 383
9,744
130,754

784,429

154,617
84,465
121,854
53, 646
133, 415
107, 987
80,851
50, 638
142,054
503,966
61, 792
106,914
154,107
1,756,306

O

to

6,754,000
3,454,000
7,872,000
4,700,000
2,928,000
2, 645,000
2, 556,000
3,942,000

716
542
880
474
611
691
660
691

761,582
228,385
805,008
339,740
230,800
263, 228
205,016
371,294

103
52
317
69
120
195
90
192

941,515
349,354
1,927,632
623,919
450, 558
428, 481
229,121
611,983

64, 684
22,846
51,966
26, 741
20,892
18,682
10,070
19,919

40,777
13,910
21,072
13,332
8,124
4,162
2,279
15, 703

52,834
25,159
70,320
33,493
19,049
12,824
17,992
19,969

569,197
220,439
1,438,233
448, 538
195, 294
299,816
176,478
485,256

8,518
2,598
55,041
16, 522
5,820
4,873
1,322
6,451

2,439,210
862,743
4,369, 589
1,502,354
930, 657
1,032,261
642,368
1,530,767

34,851,000

5,265

3,205,053

1,138

5, 562, 563

235,800

119, 359

251,640

3,833, 251

101,145

13, 309,949

706,000
681,000
1,374,000
1,862,000
539,000
231,000
1,066,000
411,000
2,530,000

205
195
436
721
121
59
155
41
404

25,936
32,387
98,895
129,698
30,330
21,479
67, 646
13,967
119,002

25
41
80
139
41
34
46
10
97

31, 245
33,379
126, 708
135,170
55,199
16,841
119,901
17,857
149,911

2,925
3,144
8,188
11,336
3,719
1,520
5,088
1,170
10,568

1,403
914
891
3,551
607
177
1,284
264
761

1,794
2,019
5,275
7,975
3,330
1,892
6,798
1,704
6,872

20,021
30,074
129, 998
158,926
50,428
23,368
134,386
17, 111
178,557

401
667
933
1,770
572
151
963
90
1,363

83,750
102, 625
370,968
448, 565
144, 226
65,462
336,112
52,173
467,131

_.

9,400,000

2,337

539,340

513

686, 211

47, 658

9,852

37,659

742,869

6,910

2,701,012

_.

1,644,000
1,014,000
5,676,000
488,000
514,000
103,000
385,000

185
94
267
56
59
10
14

165,174
64,670
1,569,037
21,949
46, 502
5,940
20, 280

127
71
1,279
36
94
6
6

199,710
139,643
1,765,667
38,493
53, 749
15,616
24, 530

9,685
6,631
97, 587
1,944
1,796
652
1,612

2,284
1,430
59,969
172
955
63
1,224

11,124
6,048
44,246
2,520
1,989
836
3,035

131,017
68,461
717,407
25,742
48, 223
7,787
26,077

2,116
2,260
27, 268
424
842
180
321

521,237
289,214
4,282,460
91, 280
154,150
31,080
77,085

_

9,824,000

685

1,893,552

1,619

2,237,408

119,907

66,097

69, 798

1,024,714

33,411

5,446,506

Alaska
The Territory of Hawaii _ .
Puerto Rico
Philippines
_
_ .
Virgin Islands of the United States
Total possessions
_
Total United States and possessions

62,000
448,000
1,741,000
13,269,000
22,000

13
14
15
11
1

4,564
38,564
24,085
69,275
432

40
942
195

5,033
48, 635
1,740
29,047
617

375
3,306
782
1,205
11

98
1,850
1,492
4,119
5

1,262
5,990
6,243
18,851
139

4,287
20,522
5,878
27, 620
420

96
2,171
22,900
15,403
17

15, 755
121,980
63,315
165,520
1,641

Ohio

Indiana
_
Illinois
Michigan _
.
_.
Wisconsin
Minnesota.
. _
Iowa
Missouri
Total Middle Western States
North Dakota
South Dakota
Nebraska _
_
Kansas
Montana
_ _ __ _ _
_
_
Wyoming
Colorado

„ .

New Mexico
Oklahoma
Total Western States
Washington
Oregon
California
__ _
Idaho
Utah
Nevada
Arizona
_
Total Pacific States

_ __ _
_ ._
_
_
_
-

._ «

15,542,000

54

136,920

1,177

85,072

5,679

7,564

32, 485

58,727

40,587

368,211

143,955,000

15,803

20,829,205

9,954

27,859, 533

1, 363, 426

1,263, 742

1,018,951

14,103,430

750,340

67,198,581

1 Includes also loan and trust companies and stock savings banks.
Includes reserve with Federal Reserve banks or other reserve agents, cash items in process of collection, and exchanges for clearing house.

2




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CO

Assets and liabilities of all active banks in the United States, Alaska, and insular possessions, June 1936 {includes national, State {commercial),
savings, and private banks)—Continued
Liabilities (in thousands of dollars)

Location

Time

Demand deposits
(includdeposits ing postal
savings)

Maine
New HamDShire
Vermont
Massachusetts
Rhode Island
Connecticut
Total New England States

243,538
75 295
221 548
46 592
144,163
25 889
1 390,081 2, 556,161
125 7M
336 120
311,822
892,097

Certified
and cashiers'
checks,
cash
Deletters of
posits
credit,
not
and
amounts classified
due to
reserve
agents
(transit
account)*
1 211
1 442
708
21,720
2,068
6,981

AcceptAgree- ances
exements
to re- cuted
Total
by or
Redis- purBills
deposits payable counts chase for acsecuri- count of
reportties
ing
sold
banks

320,044
269,582
170, 760
3,967,962
463,899
1,210,900

522
287
1,151
1,854

500

11,313

14,942

31
21

9,160
3,132
4,943

4

206
16

302
867
755

101

85 179,330

19,159

18

452
168
492
72
308
953
404

6, 403,147

5,073

51

19, 739,940
671 1,955,560
5,065,714
164,870
232
805, 465
306,413

15,825
6,647
963
85

45

Total
Eastern
16,257, 321 11, 218, 698
States.

561, 040

903 28,037,962

23,520

4,691
3,147
6,736
1,069
1,258
2,645
737

529,190
272,986
358,628
129,814
397, 891
303, 208
246, 396

180
176
41
84
248
133
182




4,440
3,206
6,763

167,339
630
85
11,139

34,130
508, 454
11,825
29, 776
1,791
3,157
6,037

243,335
117,038
92, 549
31 323
110,366
66,956
83, 689

10,154
1,159

1, 259

1,975, 390 4, 393, 627

281,164
152 801
259, 343
97 422
286 267
233,607
161,970

182
114
237

19
32

12,186, 720 7,044. 766
New York
750, 668 1,192,396
New Jersey
2, 645, 740 2, 390,198
Pennsylvania
69, 691
93,388
Delaware
414,484
387, 592
IM^aryland
193, 213
107,163
District of C o l u m b i a -

Virginia
West Virginia
North Carolina
Ronth Carolina
Georgia
Florida
Alabama

Interest,
taxes,
and
other
expenses
accrued
and
unpaid

500

108
199
75
5
21

161
106

Retirement
fund
Divifor preRedends
Undi- serves ferred
Other Capital
devided
clared liabili- stock 3 Surplus profits, for con- stock
and
tingen- capital
but not ties
net
cies
yet paynotes
able 2
and
debentures

94
111
306

309
385

67
12
603
7,186
395
1,424

7,131

9,687

5,926

21,437
7,803
23,811
121,033
19,775
44,978

7,155 10,995
20,040 10,004
4,392
3,435
240,344 123,891
41,181
7,156
74, 709 29,561

8,770
569
6,286
19, 747
1,129
8,977

6S
24
319
326
55
257

238, 837

387,821 185,042

45,478

662
1,337
551
10
149
25

12,304 310,800 1, 480, 707 2, 385,220 217,248 224,313

2,734

4,790
2,395
3,632
448
3,740
552
2,615

87
60
243
25
67
70
180

o
o
o

1,049

64,958 165,519
21,997 19,400
99,216 29,001
6,283
1,230
7,820
18,502
6,292
1,343

w

7,334 226,044
1,804 11,732
2,544 71,135
72
361
189

588
74
141
42
732
170
242

236
993
660

3,791
307
1,282
299
1,680
813
1,017

925,878 1,790,325
153,124
81,316
328,671 438, 481
24,128
12, 076
37, 489
39,508
21,450
13,481

47,370
29,002
24, 622
9,080
34, 604
22,545
29,160

20,826
12, 261
11,385
3,170
15,557
7,991
10,338

7,935
5,442
5,556
1,978
6,008
2,788
3,916

I
%
O

Mississippi
Louisiana
Texas
Arkansas
Kentucky
Tennessee

59, 603
96,654
199, 387
43,388
147,098
151, 248

553
3,079
12, 286
1,024
10, 268
3,011

162,759
389,980
325 1,227,852
150,180
416,075
445,101

84
78
267
132
374
179

328

3, 536. 597 1, 442,634

50, 504

325 5,030, 060

2,158

548

989,351
280, 950
893, 262
625, 300
388,151
370, 954
191,330
285,092

16,355
7,145
36,703
12,917
8,497
11,648
6,281
13,074

2,149, 756
762, 206
3,952, 621
1,327,057
815, 332
928, 438
579,407
1,362, 222

245
216
23
1,630
1
3
93
6,778

43

Total
Middle
Western States. 7, 839,029 3,925, 390

112, 620

102, 603
290, 247
1,015, 854
105,768
258, 709
290,842

Total Southern
States
OhioIndiana
Illinois
Michigan
Wisconsin
Minnesota
Iowa
Missouri

_

1,144,050
_.
474, 111
3,022, 656
787,840
418, 684
545,836
381, 796
1,064, 056

North Dakota
South Dakota
Nebraska
Kansas
_
Montana
Wyoming
Colorado—
-New Mexico
Oklahoma
Total Western
States
Washington
Oregon.
California
Idaho
Utah
_
Nevada
Arizona
Total Pacific
States

40, 335
62,170
263,977
313, 430
86, 561
36, 437
203, 608
37, 415
326,911

30,131
25,887
67,133
78.908
39,344
20, 958
94, 767
9,813
83,338

655
862
2,816
2,963
2,608
411
5,595
637
5,878

1, 370,844

5

555

757
17, 547
1, 263 28,138
1,462 106, 709
14, 245
168
17, 605 39, 296
38, 526
1,467

122

1,833

7,116

4,384

31,911

440,844

169,469

42
122

827
20
3,523
8
55
163

12

8,989

43

71,391
88,919
333,926
395,301
128,513
57,811
303,970
47,865
416,127

44
64
71
519

470

5,649
1,076
9,512
972
945
1,925
151
703

4,034
621
1,197
431
2, 374 32,355
538 36,101
5,599
299
174 2,550
1,173
32
622 11,616

187, 540
59,225
214,960
91, 528
77, 229
58,133
37,852
91,425

59,360
22, 877
75,144
23, 314
15,047
27, 225
13,072
31, 565

176

5,066

20, 933

5,091

94,625

817,892

93

109
94
281
202
107
25
820
4
319

3
18
86
189
2
60
122
17
212

62
157
225
450
179
29
315
23
362

8,675
9,604
22, 769
31,611
9,539
4,262
15, 553
2,735
31,558

8
79
83

17
82

8

5

27

802

205

450, 279

22, 425

275 1,843,823

276,490
189, 217
165, 630
96, 211
1, 563, 000 2,212,928
57, 360
23,820
79, 635
55, 290
17,947
10,188
46,192
21,977

3,513
2,348
38,866
698
890
543
1,992

469, 220
1
264,189
3,814, 794~~~4~256
82,481
603
2
135,817
23
28,678
70,161

2, 206, 254 2, 609,631

48,850

605 4,865,340

4,280

.-

8

165
449
846
63
106
36

29,950

2,397

22,009 8,360
10,927 3,357
37, 202 41,480
12,888 8,221
11,584 4,341
10, 212 3,374
7.236 3,061
19, 371 5,922

767
1,046
395
97
225
64
291
61

78,557

267, 604 131,429

78,116

2,946

772
1,527
4,092
6,733
2,135
1,069
4,615
305
6,513

179
209
1,598
1,057
415
251
1,785
104
1,012

1
5
159
41
3
22
55
26
75

50, 553 27, 761

2,508
2,028
7,682
12, 379
3,333
1,908
8,795
],094
10, 828

93
-

1,961

709

6,610

387

152
245
9,712

377
314
5,296
14
184
18
98

354
186
3,083
16
89
8
52

1,902
10, 760 6,882 1,934
29,576
1,264
420
12, 247
7,217 3,071
45, 716 216,551 108, 765 49,824 22, 911
1,411
796
5,050
35
1,390
10,958
883
2,414
302
3,380
1,135
58
659
177
347
3,765
447
460
256
1,846

79
61
1,544
87
100

10,109

6,301

3,788

48,808

28,908

1,871

* Includes also dividend checks and travelers' checks sold for cash and outstanding.
2
Includes amounts set aside for undeclared dividends and for accrued interest on capital notes and debentures.
* Includes capital notes and debentures. (See classification on pp. 110 and ill.)




357
2,305
3,812
1,003
2,823
1,478

4,018
2,095
10,154 4,349
37, 523 20,435
4,445 3,421
20, 896 6,409
10,905 8,225

96
440
1,321
114
294
130

11

11,877,039
270

14
500
280

363
883
2,276
71
359
315

3
119

. 1,802 136,306

279,282

133,705

64,106

Assets and liabilities of all active banks in the United States, Alaska, and insular possessions, June 1986 {includes national, State (commercial),
savings, and private banks)—Continued
Liabilities (in thousands of dollars)

Location

Time
Demand deposits
(includdeposits ing postal
savings)

Certified
and cashiers'
checks,
cash
Deletters of posits
credit,
not
and
amounts classified
due to
reserve
agents
(transit
account)

Accept- Interest,
Agree- ances
exetaxes,
ments
and
tore- cuted
by or other
Total
Bills Redis- purdeposits payable counts chase for acexsecuri- count of penses
ties report- accrued
ing
and
sold
banks unpaid

Alaska
The T e r r i t o r y of
Hawaii
Puerto Rico
Philippines
Virgin Islands of the
United States

7,998

5,780

75

55,893
22,923
62,829

1,961
1,164
1,018

101,154
50,958
115,021

546

911

1

Total possessions

129,405

148,336

4,219

Total United
States and possessions
_-_ 33,314,840 24,188,595

833,788




388
96

840

483

441

136

568
5,351
23,745

9,839
4,297
12, 232

5,925
691
6,932

854
359
621

3,093
1,449
5,578

8

13,853

43,300
26,483
51,078

Dividends
deOther
clared liabilibut not ties
yet payable

150

15

9

1

29,672

27,358

14,046

2,284

10,257

6

33,473 527, 305 3,421, 226 3,408,418 706,427 423,632

11,390

2
90

54

309

253
8

149
188
1,025

1
8
57

1,458
282,444

399

54

261

1,364

2,592 58,339,815

45,221

1,010

883 208,005

71,776

484

Retirement
fund
for preReUndi- serves ferred
Capital Surplus vided for con- stock
stock
profits, tingen- and
capital
net
cies
notes
and
debentures

66

6

O

s
w
o
o

i

[In thousands of dollars]
Loans and discounts
Real-estate
loans, mortgages, deeds of
trust, and other
liens on real
estate
Location

On
farm
land

Maine
New Hampshire
Vermont
Massachusetts
Rhode Island
Connecticut
Total New England States

On
other
real
estate

Investments

Commercial
paper
bought
Loans
in open
on securities Loans market;
(excluto
and
sive of banks bills,
loans to
acceptbanks)
ances,
etc.,
payable

1,794
17,882
643
14,654
68,059
7,112
24,414 29, 597
1,361 1.190,103 212,809
1,259 104,970 27,139
1,672 417,345 78, 754

3,125
11
152

31,143 1,858,623

3,402

358,350

Securities fully guaranteed by U. S.
Government as to
interest and princiAll
other
loans

40,104
16,913
21, 462
388,471
37,740
13,382 87,559

Obligations of—

U.S.
Government securities
Re
(direct
con- Fed- Home
Federal
obliga- struc- Farm Owners1 Fed- eral
tions)
tion Mort- Loanintereral
FiCorland medinance gage
ate
Corpora- banks credit
Cortion
pora- porabanks
tion
tion

3,713
1,764
1,003
50,272

63,873
33,061
17,929
880,045
123,576
187,286

46 3,325
6,855
3,742
4,421
2,502
4,101

76,527

592,249 1,305,770

1,825 24,946




266
10
3

106
116
16
490
44
73

685

213,290

845 1,071, 792 178,102 77, 534

51
355

71,993 10,270 16,370

77,290 4,367,463 3,037,008 48,437 589,556 2,231,827 8,028,308 131,298 194, 470 825,406 77,449 92,050

80,609
615 5,347 134,623
15,429 43,661
500 6,571
18,351
Virginia
36,784
4,402 31, 552 28,770
4,166
10,939
West Virginia...
187 2,518 50, 247
14,602 23,913
55,505
6,107
2,147 66,120
12,005
15,307
North Carolina.
3,621
15,380
South Carolina..
1,462
4,088
3,589 24,486
2,445
4"""
iIncluding school, irrigation, drainage, and reclamation districts, and instrumentalities of one or more States.
J Includes bonds, notes, and debentures of public utilities, real estate and other domestic corporations.

5,984
3,327
4,419
1,083

503
624
601

Foreign
government
bonds
and
other
foreign
securities

10,992
8,561
5,311
149,078
6,890
32,458

140
861
534 3,083
866
6,861 11,314
198
950 "I,~833

11,387
4,955
5,549
19,345
10,070
20,687

34,716 536,261 1,323,182 5,958,369 128,678 99,146 586,233 25,246 90,483
[,465,569 2,
16,874 3,
New York
25
-• —
4,589 12,068 222,382 364,768 1,148 8,882 70,926 5,400
29, 622 345,002 128,318
New Jersey
802
8,979 36,056 567,761 1,318,294 1,271 72,522 133,445 31,056
17, 466 423, 253 474,301
Pennsylvania
24,222 23,751
681
2,753
202
1,955 18,814
25,390
136
3,231
Delaware
79, 731 39, 622
5
1,666 64,074 287,264
100 10,668 11, 510 10,139
17
Maryland
20, 539 5,406
1,550 35,614
735
101 2,571
74,223
108 29,686 24,082
District of Columbia..
Total Eastern
States

Joint- States,
counstock ties, and
land municipalities^

Stock
of FedBonds,
eral
notes,
Reand
serve
deben- bank
Terri- tures of
and
torial
railother
and in- roads,
domessular
etc.*
tic corporasions of
tions
the
United
States
85,275
83,967
39,810
577,486
88, 567
196, 687

8,703
18,409
3,962
73, 507
34,163
39,358

6,821
5,315
3,772
14,381
2,929
44,316

216 1, 158,516 1,406 1, 368,197 318,248 102,784
L,
,
812 307,432 40,630 10,423
782 139, 772
3,087 298,098
1,499 915,892 133,182 52,710
212
13, 714
25 41,220 4, """ 2,618
23,330
399 125, 496 10, 743 4,102
429
2,613
232
2
13,528 4,265 1,247
4,728 1,636,043
640
61
1

24,397
12,877
50,392
16,055

4,373 2,771,765 511,727 173,884
141
132
15
25

25,387
16,485
3,068
2,074

6,217
1,915
1,091

1,948
1,052
2
257

Assets and liabilities of all active banks in the United States, Alaska, and insular possessions, June 1936 {includes national, State {commercial),
savings, and private banks)—Continued
[In thousands of dollars]
Loans and discounts
Real-estate
loans, mortgages, deeds of
trust, and other
liens on real
estate
Location
On
farm
land

On
other
real
estate

Commercial
paper
bought
Loans
in open
on securities Loans market;
(excluto
and
sive of banks bills,
loans to
acceptbanks)
ances,
etc.,
payable

6,333 21,774 30, 520
Georgia
10,356
1,765
12,813
Florida
10,455
4,334
14,032
Alabama
9,021
9,713
5,681
Mississippi
7,078
17,436 21,032
Louisiana
15, 273 34,557 56,907
Texas
4,682
6,273
4,574
Arkansas
19,654 41,423 30,023
Kentucky
10, 576 18, 015 34, 622
Tennessee
Total Southern
106,116 263, 438 310, 874
States

472
963
328
224
948
1,055
166
1,289
670
7,773

35,302 287, 317 175, 306 4,136
Ohio
22, 520 61, 730 29, 331 1,261
Indiana
22,104
54, (& 258, 910 7,659
Illinois
17,451 100,136 60,919
852
Michigan
19, 839 40, 203 44,037
Wisconsin
96
14, 804 29, 085 39, 405
Minnesota
37, 441 22, 521 14, 836
490
Iowa
74, 871 5,804
20, 433 59,189
Missouri
Total Middle
Western
189, 894 654, 788 697, 615 24, 247
States.




Investments
Securities fully guaranteed by U. S.
Government as to
interest and principal

All
other
loans

Joint- States,
counstock ties, and
land municibanks palities

14,710
10, 636
9,137
2,598
4,230
19, 669
4,682
42, 579

Foreign
government
bonds
and
other
foreign
securities

*900
793 2,133
8,983
421
2,527
201
6, 514 1,070
3,933 1,289

1,752
270
53

2,379 93, 852 175, 910 43, 762 10, 903

3,001

426,190

1,778

164, 235 43, 872 10,650

256, 465 429,247
900 23,499 101,934 37, 569 5,363
170, 575 1,053 18, 425 29,159 11, 698
104,364
197
427,407 1, 229,327 83, 575 29, 471 46, 893 25,931 1,283
633
584 20, 753 60, 098 3,563
150,814 356, 31"
135
660 18, 358 32,586 2,023
114,450 218, 807
169, 414 225, 432 1,031 20,995 21, 077 6,394 1,007
96,190
420
512 19, 369 13,783 4,943
112,873
190,186 341,124 9,431 21, 954 47,363 14, 512 4,231

1,106
2,264
1,859
141
188
720
1,403
66

126, 883
34, 252
251, 205
76, 676
29, 378
75, 595
51,156
74,039

2,938

175, 272 19, 213 17, 591
70,181
5,576 4,090
209,370 23, 946 22,886
94, 783 3,464 6,579
3,313 7,691
137,038
3,074 6,894
66,151
37, 542 1,537 1,758

7,747

719,184

8,785

83,580
68,458
42,095
13,127
92, 825
254, 527
16, 637
70, 494
56,803

43, 264 1,051,000

886,824

3,056
9,179
34, 321
9,568
8,322
10, 424
16, 855
20,811

851
3,240

Federal
intermediate
credit
banks

Stock
of FedBonds,
eral
notes,
Reserve
and
deben- bank
Terri- tures of
and
torial
other
railand in- roads, domessular
tic coretc.
possesporasions of
tions
the
United
States

14, 753
22, 619
29, 636
40, 227
43, 269
88,110
16,097
18,491
49, 267

97,585
28, 772
58,061
30, 505
57,800
275,439
31,082
95, 961
100, 319

2,161
5,399
2,239
737
3,280
3,343
1,436
7,707
3,361

Obligations of—

U.S.
Government securities
Re(direct
con- Fed- Home
eral
obliga- struc- Farm Owners' Fedtions)
tion Mort- Loaneral
Filand
Cornance gage
Corpora- banks
Cortion
pora- poration
tion
16 5,915
555 12,930
204 6,074
15 2,165
3,784
773 21, 744
162 2,547
74 9,537
3,969

112, 536 1, 525,973 3,067,019 97, 746 172,824

7,303
26,693
7,287
4,945
10, 537
26, 595
8,947
12,278
22, 042

3,467
594

352,893 106,633 13, 269

17
112

48
146
91
321
251
151
270
111
76

328
381
111
508
749

2,677 1,384
1,610
2,043
709
193
5, 206
542
7,032 1,335
494
838
2,763 1,473
4,811
494

35,915

847,323

5,613

96,038 73,102

O
00

North Dakota,
South Dakota..
Nebraska
Kansas
Montana
Wyoming
Colorado
New Mexico
Oklahoma
Total Western
States

2,610
2,080
5,816
9,618
1,436
1,080
2,689
565
3,370

2,161
2,553
2,956
10,020
1,687
1,497
5,615
1,140
5,807

1,362
2,023
9,326
9,688
3,449
1,485
15, 582
753
14, 706

29, 264

33, 436

2,700

2,084
2,323
5,020
8,585
4,283
300
1,779
870
2,939

17,696
23,341
75,578
91,403
19,475
17,102
41,938
10, 639
89,480
386, 652

23
67
199
384

318, 596 3,855 46, 972

47, 357 17, 702 5,690

926

178, 869

1,062

10
423
307
44

38, 745
27, 084
348,955
8,614

115
94

8,181
3,035
5,229

104
2
2,692
33
31
123
28

27, 566 1,451 5,330
638 2,781
24, 537
174,440 27, 020 18,403
642
2,943
163
223
5,407 4,267
52
46
2,425
531
283
3,309

993

439, 843

3,013

240, 627 33,868 27, 962

28,183

46
143
1,537
12
24

7,505 90, 045
2,045 42,411
22, 426 534,290
16, 239
1,001
1,192 21,425
2,979
43
1,317 11,335

Total Pacific
120,977
States-

752, 335 263,925

2,062 35, 529 718, 724 1,200,333

T o t a l possessions

42
1,847
426

18

15,481
1,224
10,453

14, 514
24
2,618

28, 626

17,174

197

3,233

705
254
5,683

7,738
20, 623
50, 095

22, 791
422
7,795

33, 324

1,404 1,754
1,625
7,400 ~4~675
179
21
247
1,124

1, 442 115, 625 155,142 12,000
26
616
105

182

6,560

130

1,344

457
77

7,712
29
7,094

5,415

1,979

287

81,915

540 11,089
12,027
252 6,491
4,010
550 86, 724 123, 926
5,336
75 4,786
4,226
4,982
1,180
872
25
4,437
681

2,029

226

205
2,315

99, 690
71, 800
970,575
15, 678
26, 280
7,496
8,814

50
84
113

76
,

21
92
266
81
26
20
320
41
195

3,431

1,263

52,105

5,478
10, 909
22, 537
45, 638
8,400
2,466
18,008
3,206
62, 227

58,374

Alaska
The Territory of Hawaii
__.
Puerto Rico
Philippines,
Virgin Islands of the
United States

423
329
1,594
680
1,300
209
2,508
52
567

46
183
52
71
34
45
40
273
182

39, 492 21, 724
7,935
9,852
683,419 220, 308
2,069
1,:'"
13, 364
7,914
1,924
710
4,132
2,128

300

200
6,173
241
3,554
656
9,032
3,102 1,138
7, r '
"
422
1,768
167
14, 563
944
465
112
5,802 1,535

554
2,622
12
752
1,105
166
5,947 4,386
7,208 4,218 3,230
112
3,863 1,679
878
248
8,421 1,831 2,160
2,332 1,158
14,981 2,876
16

6,362
2,284
107,057
1,339
2,583
284
1,068

Washington..
Oregon
California
Idaho
Utah
Nevada
Arizona

3851
75
503
311
950

3,526
2,026
10, 578
9,755
2,826
1,530
4,451
1,151
1,415 11,129

11,817
14,101
70.991
59,738
27,941
9,510
66,439
9,067
48.992

1,480
1,067
505

141

173

11,774
97
10, 316

542
6

2,117
14
2,511
181

149
1,344

747

312

175

15, 292

3,052

24,315

1,515

4,996

T o t a l United
S t a t e s and
1,
possessions
556., 999 7, 958, 709 4,743,320 89, 549 892, 288 6, 588, 340 14, 840,174 238, 545 650, 033629, 448 268,128 144, 842 18, 255 3, 628, 711 22, 908 5,172,162 870, 537 375, 790




and liabilities of all active banks in the United States, Alaska, and insular possessions, June 1936 (includes national, State (commercial),
savings, and private banks)—Continued
[In thousands of dollars]
Capital stock, capital notes
and debentures

Demand deposits

Time deposits

Deposits of other
banks
Location

Maine
New HampshireVermont
Massachusetts
Rhode Island
Connecticut
Total New England States..
New York-.
New Jersey
Pennsylvania
Delaware-_
Maryland
District of Columbia..
Total Eastern States.
Virginia
West Virginia-.
North Carolina_
South CarolinaGeorgia
Florida
Alabama—
Mississippi
Louisiana
Texas
Arkansas




Capital
notes
and debentures

1,440
8,025

Preferred
stock

8,982
1,615
8,639
20,713
900
8,867

Deposits
State,
U.S.
ofindivid-county,
Common uals, part- Govern- and munerships, ment de- nicipal
stock
and corpo- posits
deposits
rations

11,015
6,188
7,147
100,320
18,875
36, 111

58,424
34,532
22, 231
1,016,198
101,980
245, 082

1,781
911
667
29,833
797
8,587

In the
United
States

7,077
5,975
2,131
90,908
7,514
33,311

8,012
5,174
860
243,643
15,243
24,842

146,916

297, 774

9,499
177

1

Other time deposits

State,
county, Deposand
its of
In for- munic- other
Deposits
eign ipal de- banks evidenced
coun- posits
by savings
tries
passbooks

480
165
1,142
1,013
2,059
5,364

242
107
973
315
250

238,192
216,826
141,181
2,481,041
321,968
856,309

Certificates of
deposit

ChristPostal
mas
savings
savings Open deposits
and
acsimilar counts
accounts

2,250
1,048
812
29,117
8,475
14, 256

1,496
1,216
360
12,331
2,791
4,649

"9,~8l6"

512
1,459

22,843

208
46

843
2,005
561

28, 799

9,465

49,716

179,656

1, 478,447

42,576

9,677

10, 223

1,956

4,255,517

55,958

38,863

90,577
73,317
49, 549
195
3,542
1,650

719,158
79,207
279,122
11,671
29,536
18,250

8,195, 071
542,520
1,834, 511
240, 048
166, 517

321,686
35,611
147,290
1,231
44,800
1,315

599,831 2,846,519 223, 613
146,625
25,779
133
159,497
3,432
501, 010
7,849
1,609
165
27,078
75,501
25,013
285
83

23,728
14, 868
22,677
91
4,140
14

6,839
1,243
53,073
15
5,372
538

6, 597, 536
1,138,468
1,915,169
66,269
382,878
96,347

259,668
15,323
138, 644
505
3,887
2,295

5,428 151, 567
13,324
9,144
9,795 212,725
454
1,463
2,913 13,230
4,552
2,967

26
38,115
894
2,064
450

124,933 218,830 1,136,944 11,061, 366

551,933

940,963 3,475,431 227, 628

65,518

67,080 10,196,667

420, 322

34, 881 392, 681

41, 549

fcr1

8,267

116,143
600

O
O

210
6,430
1,550

3,732
716
2,765
75
508
6,553

9,935
3,216
7,216
1,455
1,214
2,370
12,125
8,677
9,847
20, 522
4,445

37,435
22,054
17,406
6,909
30, 625
20,175
17, 035
8,795
17,783
79,634
9,800

189, 388
122,871
151,520
64,001
172, 460
148, 305
109, 537
66, 513
167,702
667, 335
68,319

9,076
2,543
8,028
1,011
21,520
11,813
10, 250
1,990
20, 665
46, 350
1,232

24,414
15,950
39,838
24,665
23,879
34,893
19,987
27,504
31,263
107,661
20,732

58, 270
11,437
59,907
7,745
68,371
38,495
22,026
6,596
69,800
194,058
15,485

37
101
170
817
450

6,357
76
4,164
1,620
667
996
1,704
3
1,825
6,182

1,874
381
2,413
296
719
2,165
940
15
605
1,077
260

195, 825
95,197
59,850
24, 332
83,284
70,886
37,006
69,100
148,884
27,862

24, 272
16,641
20,003
4,153
20, 685
600
6,979
18, 524
16, 666
32, 562
12,173

2,298
1,021
300
306
750
226
1,032
332
484
919
94

8,149
677
1,125
2
1,114
1,903
680
761
3,836
403

4,560
3,045
4,694
614
3,147
2,704
1,468
3,723
7,213
5,927
2,360

a

H

Kentucky
__ „ _ . _
Tennessee ,»
14,349
Total Southern States
Ohio
45,932
Indiana
_ 12, 436
5,832
Illinois700
Michigan
15,924
Wisconsin
2,783
Minnesota
Iowa
Missouri
_
_
.
Total Middle Western
States
83, 607
North Dakota
1,539
661
South Dakota
10
Nebraska...
Kansas
215
Montana
Wyoming
Colorado
_ _ ..
New Mexico
Oklahoma2,425
Total Western States
Washington
1,908
402
Oregon
5,000
California
Idaho
1,630
Utah
Nevada
Arizona
Total Pacific States
8,940
Alaska
The Territory of Hawaii
1,000
Puerto Rico
.
.
Philippines
Virgin Islands of the United States.
1,000
Total possessions
Total United States and
244, 719
possessions _




1,227
502

1,275
1,095

1,795
7,835

258, 657

9,491

21,020

49,085

85, 607
64, 602
110, 241
40,616
70, 621
90,423
77, 564
71, 745

14, 743
1,772
5,289
2,050
3,767
1,188
188
1,801

14, 610
1,219
55,344
1,694
1,684
593
1
4,885

11, 787
4,968
4,142
2,257
5,039
6,877
1,642
3,633

3,110,350

611, 419

30,798

80,030

40,345

13,572
12, 768
31,043
31,140
28,296
15, 255
79, 675
6,798
44,578

15, 551
11, 757
34, 262
44,633
10, 220
4,690
7,608
2,677
23,363

50
224
951
351
87
90
671
41
177

16
28
213
360
121
46
85
6,138

291
352
437
1,590
446
408
630
140
969

12,082

263,125

154,761

2,642

7,007

5,263

220~
258
1,030
342
160
422
6,819 250,670 13,342
22
225
620
3
89
10
163
5
108

176,616
87,108
1,770,190
17,975
50,129
8,779
20,196

10,036
7,836
59, 665
5,368
4,005
481
1,208

25
5,226
2
56
2
33

631
244
64,364
52
107
65
203

1.431
'521
49, 471
401
148
762
169

2,130,993

88, 599

5,344

65,666

52,903

663
13,335
490
21,377

970

818
90

354
590
258

19

4,736
39,410
16, 015
32,771
809

118

93,741

35,865

970

908

1,202

633,667 2, 542,840 22,461,996 1,147, 502 2,942,857 6, 506,461 256,024 399,991 143,309 21,107,956 1,625, 581 106,969 606,175

198,614

3,608
11,316

35,688
27,210

181,183
165,334

7,349
17,398

24,968
43, 345

45, 209
64,765

95,946

330,549

2, 274,468

159, 225

439,099

662,164

23,385
8,300
73,185
40,673
14,600
10,352
9,734
4,035

118,223
38,489
135,943
50,155
46, 705
44, 998
28,118
87,390

822,975
309,160
1,907,353
575, 230
280,376
320,854
252,225
613,491

35,178
16, 267
110,934
25,797
15,045
4,009
4,749
20,836

143,832
99,745
327, 661
116,849
63,509
92,654
70, 813
73,066

141,487
48,894
672, 025
69,367
59, 636
127, 561
54,009
356,378

184, 264

550, 021

5,081,664

232,815

988,129 1, 529,357

1,407
2,266
6,147
5,183
1,781
1,551
4,466
695
7,817

5,729
6,677
16, 612
26,428
7,543
2,711
11,087
2,040
23,741

32,121
40, 258
165,883
198, 221
60, 469
22,914
144,772
23,948
210,956

1,179
699
3,236
5,716
649
345
1,888
628
8,422

4,650
16, 798
28, 870
70,998
16,860
8,959
19,146
11, 245
46,901

2,385
4,415
65,986
38,495
8,583
4,219
37,761
1,594
60,632

31,313

102,568

899,542

22, 762

224,427

224, 070

2,697
587
45,070
1,680
1,583
205
1,365

24,971
11,258
166,481
3,370
7,745
930
2,400

173,134
109,960
1,157,546
36, 290
49,051
11, 969
35,359

12,110
4,422
114,625
802
1,303
85
153

45,678
33, 293
55, 232
18,373
12,190
5,213
9,125

44, 538
17, 533
228, 778
1,895
17,088
680
1,447

53,187

217,155

1, 573,309

133,500

179,104

311,959

8,382 251, 731

6,184
30,946
17,439
38,410
221

481
1,905
2,232

411
1,306
900
3,076
13

27
741
6,000
8,681
83

29
70

73

922
9,132
4,428
9,498
239

11
1,484
94

125

840
9,553
3,297
12,232
25

411

25,947

93,200

4,691

24, 219

5,706

1,589

15,532

286

2,791
2,237

243
6,972

91,806
95,169

47, 961
37,438

1,641

28,858

17,960

1,057, 563

578
45
4,683
597
118
758

5,343
6,716
281
4,793
2,564
3,889

285

4,850
502
6,269
3,039
1,980
4,674
13
1,403

6,127

852,411
201,171
711, 696
471,851
302,496
263, 310
111,917
195,498

7,064

22,730

29,718

631
749
198
183
155
189
563
121
2,610

20
9
29
651
19
280
5,535
36
5,503

5,399

2

41

43

14,395

i
w
o
o
S

3

I
3
o
3

112

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

The assets and liabilities of all active banks June 30, 1932 to 1936,
are shown in the following statement:
Assets and liabilities of all active banks on or about June 80, 1932-86 {revised)
[In thousands of dollars]
1932 (19,163 1933 (14,624 1934 (15,894 1935 (16,053 1936 (15,803
banks)l
banks) 1
banks)
banks)
banks)

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts)—
Overdrafts
U. S. Government securities, direct obligations—
Securities fully guaranteed by U. S. Government
.Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc..
Banking house, furniture and fixtures
Real estate owned other than banking
house
Cash in vault
Balances with other banks, including reserve with Federal Reserve bank or
other Reserve agents, cash items in process of collection, and exchanges for clearing house
_
Other assets
_

28,074, 640
15, 213

22,377, 371
10,447

21,417,924
13, 229

20,409, 786
9,474

20,829, 205
9,954

6,455,583

7, 795,999

10,995,673
2

12,201, 560

14,840,174

2.082, 492
9,933,103
1,380, 768

2,518,026
10, 501, 333
1, 363, 426

10,134, 664
1,382, 831

526, 750
791, 627

637,646
672,556

845,136
713,968

1.083, 019
784,576

1, 263,742
1,018,951

3 6,576,090
], 355, 581

3 7,092, 229
1,198,165

9,501, 781
1,094,018

11,612,972
895, 307

14,103,430
750,340

57, 245,131

Total..

11,767,658
1, 681, 989

667,594
9, 626,227
1, 284,375

51, 301, 908

56,159,925

60,393,057

67,198, 581

16,405,579
24, 721,192
424, 325
3, 235,927

15, 248,864
21, 352, 664
860, 399
3,364, 88" 5

17, 519,037
22, 440, 823
1, 736, 683
4,518,429

21, 557,078
23,128,115
824, 415
5, 563, 411

25,404, 853
24,045, 286
1,147,502
6,905, 794

595, 246
8,000

679,642
27,016

384, 288
25, 781

493, 377
19, 727

833,788
2,592

45,390,269
652,168
1, 248, 780

41,533,470
730, 435
503, 883
26,799

51, t
222, 095
61, 340
10, 399

58,339,815

698, 293
188,050
14, 928

445,187

303, 382

229, 300

208,005

76,300

73, 906

65,823

71, 776

600, 546

403, 575

2,6, 364
355, 879

33, 473
527, 305

3, 371, 321
646, 246
« 468,180

322, 461
541, 273
2, 695,052
3,174, 691
643, 442
« 475,181

274, 756
711,069
2,619, 618
3, 093, 562
617, 791
514, 635

244,719
633, 667
2, 542, 840
3,408,418
706,427
423, 632

650

4.303

11,390

51,301,908

56,159,925

60,393,057

67,198, 581

LIABILITIES

Demand deposits
_
Time deposits (including postal savings) _.
U. S. Government deposits
Deposits of other banks
1
Certified and cashiers' checks and cash
letters of credit and travelers' checks
outstanding, etc
Deposits not classified *
Total deposits

National-bank circulation
Bills payable and rediscounts
Agreements to repurchase securities sold...
Acceptances executed by or for account of
reporting banks
Interest, taxes, and other expenses accrued and unpaid
Dividends declared but not payable and
amounts set aside for undeclared dividends and for accrued interest on capital
notes and debentures
Other liabilities
Capital stock, capital notes and debentures:
Capital notes and debentures 4
Preferred stock
Common stock
Surplus
Undivided profits, net
Reserves for contingencies
Retirement fund for preferred stock and
capital notes and debentures
Total-

-

48,613
531, 408
77, 271

758,121

3, 317, 864
4, 058,070
716, 598
« 445, 969

- 57,245,131

2,899, 541

46, 231
883

* Licensed bank; i. e., those operating on an unrestricted basis.
2
Includes Home Owners' Loan Corporation 4-percent bonds, guaranteed by the United States as to in*
terest only, the amount of which was not called for separately.
3 Includes cash items not in process of collection.
< For banks other than national.
s Includes reserves for dividends.




REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

113

Principal items of assets and liabilities of all active banks in continental United
States as compared with similar data for member banks of the Federal Reserve
System, on or about June 30, 1936
Member banks

Items

All active
banks,
15,749
banks
banks (000 6,400omitomitted) 1 (000
ted)

Loans 3
_
$20, 701, G62 $12, 541, 845
Investments
_ 27, 774, 461 19, 716,965
713,421
986,466
Cash in vaults
2, 567,197
3, 393, 868
Capital *
_
2, 668,170
Surplus and undivided profits '_.. 4, 523, 274
58, 057, 371 40,705, 564
Total deposits
66, 830, 370 46, 533.987
Aggregate assets
_

Percent
Mutual
to all resavings
Percent porting banks, 566
to all re- banks, ex- banks (000
porting cept mu- omitted) 3
banks 1 tual savings and
private 1
60. 59
70.99
72.32
75.64
58.99
70.11
69.63

81.02
87. 67
76.51
77.12
84. 33
85. 85
85.09

$5,113, 634
4,853, 377
52,177
18, 587
1, 302, 017
10, 059,951
11,409,056

Private
banks,
131 banks
(000 omitted)*

$107,911
430, 614
1,870
46,425
57,400
583,129
731,171

1
2
3

Exclusive of banks in Alaska and insular possessions.
Included in all reporting banks in column 1.
Including overdrafts.
* Including capital notes and debentures.
* Including reserves.

Per capita demand and time and savings deposits in all active banks
Statement showing the population, amount of demand and time
deposits, amount of savings deposits, and per capita savings deposits
reported by all active banks in each State, the District of Columbia,
Alaska, and insular possessions, follows:
Per capita demand and time and savings deposits in all active banks June 30, 1936

Location

Maine
New Hampshire.-.
Vermont
M assa chusetts
Rhode Island.
Connecticut
Total New England States..
New York
New Jersey
Pennsylvania
Delaware.
Maryland
District of Columbia.
Total Eastern States-

Population
(approximate)

848,000
501,000
385,000
4, 404,000
681,000
1, 733,000
8, 552, 000

Demand and Per capita detime deposmand
its (000
and time
omitted) 1
deposits

Savings deposits (000
omitted) 2

Per
capita
savings
deposits

$310,181
263, 255
169,126
3, 684,014
447, 367
1,177, 221

$365. 78
525. 46
439. 29
836. 52
656. 93
679. 30

$240, 442
217, 874
141, 993
2, 510,158
330, 443
870, 565

$283. 54
434.88
368. 81
569.97
485. 23
502.35

6,051,164

707. 57

4,311,475

504,15

6,857, 204
1,153, 791
2,053, 813
66, 774
386, 765
98, 642

528.21
267. 39
202. 71
259.82
229.94
166.91

10, 616, 989

354.38

12, 982, 000
4, 315, 00Q
10,132,000
257,000
1,682, 000
591,000

16, 341, 283 1, 258. 76
1,892, 794
438. 65
430.41
4,360,909
630. 41
162,015
679, 627 v 404.06
279, 262
472, 52

29,959, 000

23, 715, 890

791. 6,1

459, 954
2, 658, 000
173.05
Virginia
220, 097
82.81
258,625
141.87
1, 823, 000
West Virginia...
111, 838
61.35
288, 230
«3.76
3,441, 000
North Carolina79, 853
23.21
59.52
120, 762
2, 029,000
South Carolina..
28,485
14.04
91.31
3,365,000
307, 244
Georgia.
103,969
30.90
153.67
1, 631,000
250, 634
Florida
58, 962
36.15
74.71
2,851, 000
213, 010
Alabama
_.
77,865
27.31
77.98
1, 977, 000
154,158
Mississippi
55, 530
28.09
139. 82
2,132,000
298, 093
85,766
Louisiana
40.23
1 Total deposits, except United States and interbank deposits.
2
Represents deposits evidenced by savings pass books and time certificates of deposit. (Does not
Include postal savings or Christmas savings accounts, etc.).




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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

Per capita demand and time and savings deposits in all active banks June SO, 1936—
Continued
Location

Texas
Arkansas
Kentucky
Tennessee
Total Southern States
Ohio
Indiana
_ _
Illinois
Michigan
Wisconsin
Minnesota
Iowa
Missouri
Total Middle Western States
North DakotaSouth Dakota
Nebraska
- _
Kansas _
_
Montana
Wyoming
Colorado
New Mexico. _ _ , _
Oklahoma
Total Western States
Washington
Oregon
_ _
California .
Idaho
_ _
Utah .
Nevada
Arizona
Total Pacific States
Alaska. __.
The Territory of Hawaii
Puerto Rico
Philippines
Virgin Islands of the United States
Total possessions .
Total United States




Population
(approximate)

Demand and Per cap- Savings detime depos- ita demand
posits (000
its (000
and time omitted)
omitted)
deposits

Per
capita
savings
deposits
$29.69
19.86
48.80
45.29

6,112,000
2,016,000
2,864,000
2,928,000

$985, 917
133, 203
363, 274
355,966

$161.31
66.07
126.84
121.57

$181,446
40,035
139,767
132, 607

35,827,000

4,189,070

116.92

1,316, 220

36.74

6, 754,000
3,454, 000
7,872,000
4. 700,000
2,928,000
2, 645,000
2, 556, 000
3,942,000

1,967,170
690, 284
3,164, 698
1, 226, 503
737,969
792, 221
520,644
978, 596

291. 26
199.85
402. 02
260.96
252.04
299.52
203. 69
248. 25

938, 018
265,773
821,937
512,467
373,117
353, 733
189,481
267, 243

138.88
76.95
104.41
109.04
127. 43
133. 74
74.13
67.79

34,851, 000

10, 078, 085

289.18

3, 721,769

106. 79

706, 000
681,000
1,374,000
1, 862,000
539,000
231,000
1, 066,000
411,000
2,530,000

67,807
83, 796
264, 673
350, 439
119, 262
52,967
258, 745
45, 607
341, 570

96.04
123.05
192. 63
188. 21
221. 27
229. 29
242. 73
110. 97
135. 01

29,123
24, 525
65, 305
75, 773
38, 516
19,945
87, 283
9,475
67,941

41.25
36.01
47.53
40.69
71.46
86.34
81.88
23.05
26.85

9, 400,000

1, 584,866

168. 60

417,886

44.46

1,644,000
1,014, 000
5, 676. 000
488. 000
514, 000
103, 000
385, 000

411, 284
241, 652
3,451,230
79,784
116, 803
27,903
68,448

250.17
238. 32
608. 04
163. 49
227. 24
270. 90
177. 79

186, 652
94,944
1,829,855
23,343
54,134
9,260
21,404

113.54
93.63
322.38
47.83
105.32
89.90
55.59

9,824,000

4,397,104

447.59

2, 219, 592

225.94

62,000
448, 000
1, 741,000
13, 269, 000
22,000

12,961
97,903
46, 272
111,851
1,353

209.05
218. 53
26.58
8.43
61.50

5,399
52, 745
16, 505
54,148
809

87.08
117. 73
9.48
4.08
36.77

15, 542, 000

270,340

17.39

129,606

8.34

143,955,000

50, 286, 519

349.32

22,733,537

157.92

Savings deposits and depositors in all active banks in the United States and possessions, according to classes of banks, on or about June SO, 1936
[Deposits in thousands of dollars
Total all active banks
Deposits
evidenced Time cerby savings tificates of
deposit
passbooks

Location

Maine.
New Hampshire.
Vermont
_..
Massachusetts...
Rhode Island
Connecticut
Total New England States

238,192
216,826
141,181
2,481,041
321,968
856, 309
4, 255, 517

New York
New Jersey
Pennsylvania
—
Delaware
Maryland
District of ColumbiaTotal Eastern States.
Virginia—.
West Virginia....
North Carolina..
South Carolina...
Georgia
Florida
Alabama
Mississippi
_.
Louisiana
Texas
Arkansas
Kentucky
Tennessee
Total Southern S t a t e s Ohio
Indiana
Illinois
Michigan..
Wisconsin..

6, 597, 536
1,138,468
1,915,169




1

2,250
1,048
812
29,117
8,475
14, 256
55,958

15,323
138, 644
505
382,878
3,887
2,295
96,347
420,322
10,196,667
24,272
195,825
16,641
95,197
20,003
59,850
24,332
4,153
83,284
20,685
58,362
600
70,886
6,979
37,006
18,524
69,100
16, 666
32,562
148,884
12,173
27,862
47,961
91,806
37,438
95,169
258, 657
1,057,563
852,411
85,607
201,171
64,602
110,241
711, 696
40,616
471,851
70, 621
302,496
Excludes postal savings and Christmas

National banks

Total
savings Depositors
deposits i
240,442
217,874
141,993
2, 510,158
330, 443
870,565
4,311,475

All banks other than national

Deposits
Deposits Time cerTotal
Total
: evidenced
evidenced Time cer- savings
savings
by savings tificates of deposits Depositors by savings tificates of deposits *
deposit
deposit
passbooks
passbooks

528,130
360,029
281, 738
3, 755, 595
400, 663
1,391,101
6, 717,256

67,379
19,087
32,086
229,594
12, 694
75,945
436,785

6,857,204 9,737,369
1,153,791 2,422,009
2,053,813 3,680, 651
112, 392
66,774
386,765
842,883
248, 772
98,642
10, 616,989 17, 044,076
451, 654
220,097
269,821
111, 838
202, 635
79,853
28,485
63,912
103, 969
361,053
58,962
185,979
77,865
244,968
55,530
82,771
85,766
308,868
181,446
355, 563
40,035
65,468
139,767
275, 501
132,607
312, 622
1,316,220 3,180,815
938,018 2,246,054
265,773
568,822
821,937 2,234,878
512,467
1,307,571
373,117
1,040,843
savings accounts, etc.

678,172
365,241
817,107
8,568
84,969
42,192
1,996, 249
119,794
48, 206
18,501
11,070
52,607
41, 612
51,652
16, 681
52,322
136, 610
18,053
52, 209
71,085
690,402
276, 758
434,362
191,914
148,603

1,289
993
166
19, 200
3,999
7,737
33, 384

20,080
32,252
248, 794
16,693
470,169

138,407
54, 554
74, 229
587,320
15, 612
191, 590
1,061,712

170,813
197, 739
109,095
2, 251,447
309, 274
780,364
3,818, 732

961
55
646
9,917
4,476
6,519
22, 574

Depositors»

171,774
389, 723
197, 794
305,475
109, 741
207,509
2,261,364 3,168, 275
313, 750
385,051
1,199,511
3,841,306 5, 655, 544

41,842 720,014
1,824, 235 5, 919,364 217, 826 6,137,190
781, 570
6,980 372, 221
858,521
773, 227
8,343
81,429 898, 536 1,708, 393 1,098,062
57, 215 1,155, 277
58,137
57, 701
69
8,637
436
11,207
299, 096
297,909
2,700
87,669
134,101
1,187
54, 526
54,155
1,924
44,116
102,027
371
134,944 2,131,193 4,638,484 8, 200, 418 285, 378 8,485, 796
87,838
132,259
76,031
258,743
12,465
11,807
57,164
46,991
128,468
54,674
10,173
6,468
55,151
41,349
13,802
24, 702
66, 690
6,201
16,431
13, 262
30,683
984
12, 054
3,169
40,081
30, 677
252,428
9,404
11. 281
17,162
16,750
139,869
412
188
41,800
22,464
19, 234
140,918
3,749
55,401
3,230
34,624
20,325
4,225
20,906
14,299
37,107
29,101
16,778
4,343
56,665
12,323
242,464
24,420
12, 274
157,026
12,146
309, 299
20,416
15, 929
9,809
24,106
39,902
6,053
6,120
70,186
39, 597
69, 581
130,015
17,372
30, 589
43. 759
24,084
88, 848
242,192
19, 675
17,763
111, 508 801,910 2, 018, 778
367,161
147,149
514, 310
38,734 315,492
622, 526
687,188
575, 653
46,873
22,176
110, 542
155, 231
227,167
112,805
42,426
508,345
73,983
1,249,421
313, 592
277,334
36, 258
508,856
8,574 200,488
311,979
279,937
32,042
166,911
453,347
18,308
206,206
153,893
52,313
2
Represents number of savings pass-book accounts.

7,913,134
1,563,488
1,972,258
101,185
708,782
146,745
12, 405,592
192,911
141,353
135,945
33, 229
108, 625
46,110
104,050
45, 664
66,404
46,264
25,566
145,486
70,430
1,162,037
1,558,866
341,655
985,475
798,715
587,496

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1936—Continued
[Deposits in thousands of dollars]
National banks

Total all active banks
Deposits
evidenced
by savings
passbooks

Time certificates of
deposit

263,310
Minnesota
111,917
Iowa
195,498
Missouri
Total Middle Western States__ 3,110, 350
13, 572
North Dakota
South Dakota
12, 768
31, 043
Nebraska
31,140
Kansas _
28, 296
Montana
15, 255
Wyoming
79, 675
Colorado
6,798
New Mexico
...
44, 578
Oklahoma
263,125
Total Western States
176, 616
Washington
87,108
Oregon
...
- 1, 770,190
California
17,975
Idaho
_
50,129
Utah
8,779
Nevada
__. 20,196
Arizona
2,130, 993
Total Pacific S t a t e s . . .
4,736
Alaska
The Territory of Hawaii
39,410
16,015
Puerto Rico
32,771
Philippines
_
809
Virgin Islands of the United States93, 741
Total possessions
Total United States and possessions
21,107,956

90,423
77,564
71, 745
611,419

Location




Total
savings
deposits

Depositors

782,219
383, 747
687,031
9,251,165
51, 214
54, 564
156,085
176,107
65,862
38, 080
211,982
19,493
134,232

35,865

353,733
189,481
267, 243
3, 721, 769
29,123
24, 525
65, 305
75,773
38, 516
19,945
87,283
9,475
67,941
417,886
186, 652
94,944
1,829,855
23,343
54,134
9,260
21,404
2, 219, 592
5,399
52, 745
16, 505
54,148
809
129, 606

907, 619
430, 624
251,474
3, 039, 600
50,135
160,010
15, 691
45, 736
3,993, 270
8,624
167, 370
43, 358
458,892
2,536
680, 780

1, 625, 581

22, 733, 537

41,774,981

15, 551
11,757
34, 262
44, 633
10, 220
4,690
7,608
2,677
23,363
154,761
10,036
7,836
59, 665
5,368
4,005
481
1,208
88, 599
663
13,335
490
21, 377

Deposits
Total
evidenced Time cer- savings
by savings tificates of deposits
deposit
passbooks
158,190
40,901
79,841
1,418,935
11, 334
8,806
26,344
20,891
17, 465
10, 579
64,115
5,326
41, 607
206,467
84, 805
72, 409
1,101, 749
8,315
17, 272
7,644
9,542
1, 301, 736
1, 606
14,715
809
17,130
6, 067, 704

All banks other than national

Depositors

198,039
39,849
58,699
17,798
97, 534
17, 693
237,115 1, 656,050
8,844
20,178
6,052
14,858
44, 445
18,101
16,904
37, 795
5,286
22, 751
2,770
13, 349
5,486
69, 601
1,931
7,257
17,936
59, 543
83, 310
289, 777
91,413
6,608
6,098
78, 507
43, 965 1,145, 714
2,200
10, 515
1,559
18,831
228
7,872
893
10, 435
61, 551 1,363, 287
93
1,699
5,716
20, 431

211, 603
209,967
2,080,835
20, 065
46 723
12, 537
23, 472
2, 605, 202
3 147
61, 262

809
22,939

667,621 6, 735,325

5,809

Deposits
evidenced Time cerb y savings tificates of
deposit
passbooks

Total
savings
deposits

g

Depositors

o

105,120
71,016
115, 657
1,691,415

50,574
59, 766
54, 052
374, 304

155, 694
130, 782
169, 709
2,065, 719

2,238
3,962
4,699
10, 249
10,831
4,676
15, 560
1,472
2,971
56, 658
91,811
14, 699
668,441
9,660
32,857
1,135
10, 654
829, 257
3 130
24,695
16,015
32, 771

6,707
5,705
16,161
27, 729
4,934
1,920
2,122
746
5,427
71, 451
3,428
1,738
15, 700
3,168
2,446
253
315
27, 048

8,945
9,667
20, 860
37,978
15, 765
6,596
17, 682
2,218
8,398
128,109
95, 239
16,437
684,141
12,828
35, 303
1,388
10,969
856, 305

11,948
22, 339
29,179
75,814
26,023
10,452
51, 543
5,135
8,110
240, 543
219,021
41, 507
958, 765
30,070
113, 287
3,154
22, 264
1, 388, 068

570
7,619
490
21,377

3 700
32,314
16, 505
54,148

5 477
106,108
43,358
458 892

2,536
66,945

76,611

30,056

106, 667

613,835

15,101,486

15,040,252

957,980

495,091
159,832
262, 387
4, 043, 289
39, 266
32, 225
126,906
100, 293
39,839
27, 628
160, 439
14,358
126,122
667,076

287,128
223,915
424,644
5, 207,876

15, 998, 212 26,673,495

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^

Location

30

Deposits
evidenced Time cerby savings tificates of
deposit
passbooks

Total
savings
deposits 2

Depositors 3

| Maine. _„
47, 583
123,230
152,945
48,544
961
123,230
11,630
186,109
27,941
11,685
55
w New Hampshire 186,109
41,933
67,195
101,681
42, 546
613
7* Vermont
67,162
33
138,979
2,112,468
317,048
148,896
9,917
2,112,468
Massachusetts
137,753
171,521
197,803
142,229
4,476
171, 521
1 Rhode Island... „_
50
89,701
690,345
248,423
96,190
6,489
Connecticut
690,345
490, 090
22, 511
467,579
Total New England States
3, 350,835
33
1,045,841
3, 350,868
901,934 * 1,459,806
200,564
701,370
New York
5,216,960
5, 216,960
459,137
8,294
New Jersey
.
. .
450,843
1, 050,892
322,378
49
322,427
601,367
Pennsylvania
1,290,284
55,579
545,788
548, 771
548,771
26,180
49,647
31,957
436
Delaware
- 25,744
31,957
86,379
331,209
212,717
1,187
Maryland
85,192
212,717
54,526
146, 745
District of Columbia
371
54,155
Total Eastern States..
1,863,092
266,431
4,328,583
2,129,523
6,332,783
49
6, 332,832
76,031
11,807
192,911
87,838
Virginia
West Virginia
—
46,991
10,173
141,353
57,164
41,349
North Carolina
13,802
135,945
55,151
13, 262
3,012
< 33,229
16,274
South Carolina—
30,578
9,375
108,152
39,953
Georgia
16,750
412
46,110
17,162
Florida
—
19,234
3,230
104,050
22,464
Alabama
_
20,325
14,299
* 45, 664
34,624
Mississippi
16,778
12,323
66,404
29,101
Louisiana
12,274
12,146
46, 264
24,420
Texas..
9,809
6,120
25, 566
15,929
Arkansas
39, 597
30, 589
* 145,486
70,186
Kentucky
24,084
19,675
< 70,430
43, 759
Tennessee
Total Southern States
.._
367, 062
514,025
146,963
1,161,564
Ohio
45,944
457,254
503,198
1,379, 612
117, 757
298
118, 055
Indiana
93,104
41,364
134,468
310,349
75
19,194
19,119
277,334
Illinois
313,592
36,258
985,457
Michigan....
279,937
311,979
32,042
798, 715
149,832
202,145
52,313
Wisconsin,..
566,183
4,061
4,061
1 Includes loan and trust companies and stock savings banks, which were shown separately in reports prior to 1936.
2
Excludes postal savings and Christmas savings accounts, etc.
8
Represents number of savings passbook accounts.
4 Estimated.
s Dec. 31,1935.




Private banks

Mutual savings banks
Deposits
Total
evidenced Time cer- savings
by savings tificates of deposits 2
deposit
passbooks

Depositors 3
236,778
277,534
105,828
2, 851,227
187,248
949,959
4, 608,574
6,451,000
512,538
667,812
51, 538
6 377, 573
8, 060,461

Deposits Time cer- Total
evidenced tificates of savings
by savings deposit deposits 2
passbooks

318
318
1,034
6
3,503

30
30
17, 262
1,636

348
348
18,296
6
5,139

Depositors 3

1,129
1,129
* 2,328
58
14,162

O
O

21,313

4,543

18,898

23,441

16, 548

99

177,652
28, 611

I

157
29

157
128

viS

99
642
582

186
631
987

285

473

1,273
1,569

O

1,602
2,695

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1936—Continued
[Deposits in thousands of dollars]
State (commercial) banks
Deposits
evidenced Time cerby savings tificates of
deposit
passbooks

Location

Minnesota
Iowa
Missouri
_
Total Middle Western States.._

Total
savings
deposits

Private banks

Mutual savings banks
Depositors

Deposits
evidenced Time cerb y savings tificates of
deposit
passbooks

40,181
70,994
115, 657

50,574
59,707
54, 052

90,755
130, 701
169, 709

192,631
223,766
424,644

64,939

1,484, 293

205,876

Total
savings
deposits
64,939

Depositors

Deposits Time cer- Total
evidenced tificates of savings
by savings deposit deposits
passbooks

Depositors

322, 073

372,254

1,856, 547

4,881,357

North Dakota
South Dakota . _
Nebraska
Kansas
Montana
Wyoming
Colorado
New M^exico
Oklahoma
_ _
Total Western States

2,238
3,962
4,699
10, 249
10,831
4,676
15, 560
1,472
2,971

6,707
5,705
16,161
27, 729
4,934
1,920
2,122
746
5,427

8,945
9,667
20,860
37, 978
15,765
6,596
17, 682
2,218
8,398

56, 658

71,451

128,109

34,106
13,600
580,025
9,660
32, 857
1,135
10, 654
682, 037

3,428
1,738
15,700
3,168
2.44fi
253
315

M15.581
40,104
889,671
30,070
113, 287
3,154
22, 264

57, 705
1,099
88,416

57, 705
1,099
88,416

1, 214,131

147, 220

147, 220

570
7, 619
490
21,377

3,700
32, 314
16, 505
54,148

30, 056

106, 667

936, 714

5,934, 046

13,485,854

10, 037,169

13,165, 045

2,923

4,446

613,835

4,997, 332

1,677

5,477
106,108
43, 358
458,892

76,611

1,246

173,937

3,130
24,695
16, 015
3^ 771

149

103,440
1,403
69,094

27, 048

37, 534
15,338
595,725
12,828
35, 303
1,388
1C, 969
709,085

81

240,543

Washington
Oregon
California
Idaho
Utah
Nevada
Arizona
Total Pacific States.

59

11,948
22,339
29,179
75,814
26, 023
10,452
51,543
5,135
8,110

_

Alaska
The Territory of Hawaii
Puerto Rico
Philippines
Virgin Islands ofthe United States
Total possessions...
Total United States and possessions
_
< Estimated.




206, 249

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20, 791

26,997

22,596

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

119

National Banks
The assets and liabilities of all active national banks June 30, 1932
to 1936, are shown in the following statement:
Assets and liabilities of all active national banks on or about June 80,1932 to 1936
{revised)
[In thousands of dollars]
1932 ((5,150
banks)

1933 (4,902
banks) *

1934 (5,422
banks) l

1935 (5,431

banks)

1936 (5,374
banks)

ASSETS

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts)_-_
_
10,281,676 8,116, 972 7, 694, 749 7,365, 226
Overdrafts
_
4,701
2,994
2,800
3,491
U. S. Government securities, direct obligations
_
3, 352, 666 4, 031, 576 5, 645, 741 6, 077, 724
Securities fully guaranteed by U. S. Govern2 357,911
ment
_
1, 095, 283
3, 843, 986 3, 340, 055 3, 344,901 3, 543, 379
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc
760, 057
655,819
611, 694
651, 463
Banking house, furniture and fixtures
143, 585
132,187
171,455
Real estate owned other than banking house151,970
338,404
Cash in vault.
_
288, 478
352,402
405, 513
Balances with other banks, including reserve with Federal Reserve bank or other
Reserve agents, cash items in process of
collection, and exchanges for clearing
house
_
- 3,147, 457 3 3, 830,468 3 5,344, 563 3 6, 462, 708
495,179
350, 542
284, 823
476, 261
Other assets...
Total-

7,759,149
4,193
7,072,979
1, 374,385
4, 035, 261
641, 550
184,123
531,694

7, 849, 732
249, 773

22, 367, 711 20, 860, 491 23,901, 592 26, 061, 065 29, 702,839
LIABILITIES

Demand deposits....
._
_
__.
Time deposits (including postal savings)
United States Government deposits
Deposits of other banks
Certified and cashiers' checks and cash letters of credit and travelers' checks outstanding, etc- —
Total deposits

National-bank circulation
,
Bills payable and rediscounts
Agreements to repurchase securities sold
Acceptances executed by or for account of
reporting banks
Interest, taxes, and other expenses accrued
and unpaid..
Dividends declared but not payable and
amounts set aside for dividends not declared
Other liabilities
..
Capital stock:
Preferred
C ommon
Surplus
Undivided profits—net
Reserves for contingencies..
Retirement fund for preferred stock

Total..

7,940, 653
7, 221, 804
213, 287
1,814,673

7,884, 226
6,169, 643
449,661
2, 000, 693

9, 265,844
6, 791,156
889,678
2, 767,896

11, 273, 912
7,136,142
436,821
3,410,674

16,774, U5
730,435
117,855

19,9
698, 293
15, 679
4,399

22,518,246
222,095
4,643

270,496
17,460,913
652.168
506, 890
39, 535
282,318
49, 439

()

96, 600

1, 568,983
1, 259, 425
302, 521
« 148, 919
22,367,711

260, 697

9,223
232, 678
41, 617

139, 904
41, 741

4,194
93, 770
42, 335

13,452,356
7, 533, 922
692, 527
4,168, 004
353, 644
26,200,453
2,872
586
95, 659
47, 316

(>
67, 883

21,004
68,360

28,043
162,182

793
854
598
600
709

412, 070
1,325, 757
854, 057
257,311
» 151, 267
571

525,122
1, 284, 381
831,846
297, 967
143,951
3,151

443,489
1,247, 886

20,860,491

23, 901, 592

26, 061, 065

29, 702,839

()

98, 014

53,
1,461,
940,
235,
* 164,

346, 039
147, 219
7,702

i Licensed banks, i. e., those operating on an unrestricted basis.
1
Includes Home Owners' Loan Corporation i-percent bonds, guaranteed by the United States as to interest only, the amount of which was not called for separately.
3
Includes cash items not in process of collection.
4
Dividends declared but not yet payable in 1932 were included with reserve for contingencies and in 1933
and 1934 with "Other liabilities." Amounts set aside for dividends not declared were not segregated from
reserves for contingencies prior to 1935.
«Includes reserves for dividends.




120

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

Banks other than National
The cooperation of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve
System, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, and the Banking
Departments of Alaska, the insular possessions, and the several States
of the Union make it possible for the Comptroller, as the law requires,
to present statistics in this report relating to active banks other than
national banking associations. In the statement following and in
other statements of the report, figures showing assets and liabilities
of loan and trust companies and stock savings banks are combined with
figures for State commercial banks.
Upon the assumption that differences in their names indicated pronounced differences in the nature of their business activities, the assets
and liabilities of the institutions named have been shown separately
in previous annual reports. In former times material differences may
have existed. In these days, however, many loan and trust companies
and most stock savings banks receive deposits subject to check and
make loans in much the same manner and upon much the same security that State commercial banks do. In some States commercial
banks without the word "Trust" in their titles exercise trust powers.
It is well known, of course, that practically all State commercial banks
pay interest upon time deposits or operate savings departments. The
result is that although trust companies and savings banks in some
States may enjoy corporate powers that enable them, should they
desire, to limit their activities to fields that cannot be invaded by
State commercial banks, they do not generally do so. Instead, such
institutions for the most part have broadened their activities to include
general banking and, moreover, have seen their own fields encroached
upon by State banks organized primarily to do a commercial banking
business. It is because of the foregoing considerations that figures for
loan and trust companies, stock savings banks, and State commercial
banks are being combined in this report.
Although the foregoing remarks to some extent may apply to private
banks and to mutual savings banks, figures showing the assets and
liabilities of such institutions will be reported separately as heretofore.




Officials of State banking departments and number of each class of active banks under their supervision in June 1936, from which reports of
condition were received
Banks
Location

Maine
New Hampshire
Vermont..
Massachusetts
Rhode Island..
Connecticut
Total New England States. _.
New York
.
New Jersey
Pennsylvania
Delaware
_
Maryland
District of Columbia
Total Eastern States
Virginia
West Virginia
North Carolina
South Carolina
Georgia
Florida
Alabama. _
Mississippi.
Louisiana
Texas
Arkansas .
Kentucky..
Tennessee
Total Southern States

Names of officials




Bank commissioner

Thomas A. Cooper
Clyde M. Davis _ __ _
George B. Carpenter
Henry H. Pierce
M. Joseph Cummings
Walter Perry

State
(com- Mutual
mercial)1 savings

Private

Total

M. E. Bristow
George Ward
Gurney P. Hood
Thomas H. Daniel
R. E. Gormley
J. M. Lee .
J. H. Williams
M. D. Brett
J. S. Brock
Z. Gossett .
Marion Wasson
Hiram Wilhoit
D. D. Robertson

_

do__

Commissioner of banking and insurance
Commissioner of banks
_
_
Chief of division of banking and insurance
State bank commissioner

Superintendent of banks
Commissioner of banking and insurance
Secretary of banking
._
State bank commissioner
._ ."Bank commissioner

_

Commissioner of insurance and banking

CnmmisfiionAr of hanking

_
_

_

Commissioner of banks
Chief bank examiner
Superintendent of banks
Comptroller, State of Florida
Superintendent of banks
State comptroller
State bank commissioner
Commissioner, department of banking
Commissioner, State banking department
Director, division of banking
_ Superintendent of banks
_
_
_

._

4

366

4

605

135
25
7
2
13

18
2
23

453
187
419
32
139
13

182

43

195
106
170
129
225
104
148
182
119
434
174
342
246

1
35

451
381
579

1,243
195
106
170
130
260
104
148
182
119
434
174
342
246

36

2,574

Superintendent of banks
Director, department offinancialinstitutions
Auditor of public accounts

3

63
58
49
268
23
144

300
160
389
30
126
13

_.

32
45
14
193
9
73

1,018

William R. White
Carl K. Withers
Luther A. Harr
Ernest F. Sterling
WarrenMuncy. _. _.

„

31
13
35
75
14
67
235

S. H. Squire
Indiana
Richard A McKinley
Illinois
Edward J. Barrett
i Includes trust companie s and stock savings banks.
Ohio

Titles

3
5

468
417
579

o
=
o
d

2,610

14
31

8

fcO

Officials of State banking departments and number of each class of active banks under their supervision in June 1936, from which reports of
condition were received—Continued
Banks
Names of officials

Location

Titles

State
(commercial)

Commissioner, State banking department
Secretary, State banking department
Commissioner of banks
_ ._
Superintendent, department of banking
Commissioner of finance

Michigan
Wisconsin
Minnesota
Iowa,.
_
_
Missouri
Total Middle Western States

Howard C. Lawrence
Stanley N Schafer
Robert D. Beery
D. W. B a t e s . . .
0 . H. Moberly

North Dakota
South Dakota.Nebraska
Kansas
Montana
Wyoming
Colorado
New M^exico
Oklahoma
_
Total Western States

Adam A Lefor
F. R. Strain
B. N. Saunders
Roy A. Haines
Frank H Johnson
A. E. Wilde
Grant McFerson
W^oodlan P Saunders
Howard C. Johnson

State bank examiner
Superintendent of banks
Superintendent, department of banking
State bank commissioner
Superintendent of banks
State examiner.
State bank commissioner
State bank examiner
Bank commissioner,._

Washington _
_
Oregon
California
Idaho
Utah
Nevada Arizona
Total Pacific States

C. E. Jenks
Mark Skinner _
Friend Wm. Richardson
Ben Diefendorf
__
.
R. F. Star ley
D. G. La Rue >
Y. C. White

Supervisor of banking
Superintendent of banks.
do
-, -,
Commissioner of finance
State bank commissioner
Superintendent of banks
do _

Alaska
The Territory of Hawaii—Puerto Rico
Philippines
Total possessions-__

391
501
487
543
605
3,938

-

2
13

141
144
299
530
75
33
76
19
190

_

_

...

_

_

_

.
Oscar G. Olson
E. S. Smith
__

Secretary, territorial banking board ._ .
Bank examiner
__
Treasurer
Bank commissioner. _

_-

125
52
144
34
46
4
7
412

Private

4
1

47

1

1

1,507

Total United States and possessions.




_

Mutual
savings

3
1

391
505
488
545
605
3,998
141
144
299
531
75
33
76
19
190
1,508
128
53
145
34
46
4
7
417

1

5

9
13
15
11

9
13
15
11

48

48
9,732

Total

566

131

10,429

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123

The assets and liabilities of all active banks other than national
June 30, 1932 to 1936, are shown in the following statement:
Assets and liabilities of all active banks other than national on or about June 80,
1932 to 1936 {revised)
[In thousands of dollars]
1932 (13,013 1933 (9,722 1934 (10,472 1935 (10,622 1936 (10,429
banks)
banks) 1
banks)
banks)
banks) 1
ASSETS

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts). 17, 792, 964 14, 260,399 13, 723,175 13, 044, 560 13,070,056
Overdrafts
__
10, 512
10, 235
7,647
5,983
5,761
U. S. Government securities, direct obligations.
_
_. 3,102,917
5, 349, 932
3, 764,423
6,123,836
7,767,195
Securities fully guaranteed by U. S. Governf ment
2 309, 683
987, 209
1,143, 641
6, 281, 326
6, 389,724
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc..
7,923, 672
6, 7 9 i 609
6,466,072
628, 556
729, 305
Banking house, furniture and fixtures
921, 932
741,137
721,876
693,166
911, 564
383,165
505,459
Real estate owned other than banking house.
1,079, 619
361, 566
379,063
453, 223
384, 078
Cash in vault
487, 257
Balances with other banks, including reserve with Federal Reserve bank or other
reserve agents, cash items in process of collection and exchanges for clearing house... 3 3,428, 633 3 3, 261, 761 3 4,157, 218 3 5,150, 264 6,253, 698
Other assets
721, 904
743, 476
860, 402
610,484
500, 567
Total..

34,877,420

30,441,417

32, 258,333 34,331,992

37,495, 742

Demand deposits
_. 8, 464, 926
Time deposits (including postal savings)... 17,499, 388
United States Government deposits
211,038
Deposits of other banks
1, 421,254
Certified and cashiers' checks and cash
letters of credit and travelers' checks outstanding, etc
_
324, 750
8,000
Deposits not classified

7,364, 638
15,183,021
410,738
1,364,192

8, 253,193
15, 649, 667
847,005
1, 750, 533

10, 283,166
15,991,973
387, 594
2,152, 737

11,952, 497
16,511, 364
454,975
2, 737,790

409, 750
27,016

166, 202
25, 781

232, 680
19, 727

480,144
2,592

Total deposits.
27,929,356
24, 759,355 26, 692,381
Bills payable and rediscounts.—
172, 371
741,890
386,028
Agreements to repurchase securities sold...
10, 529
9,078
17,576
Acceptances executed by or for account of
reporting banks
163,478
249,090
212, 509
Interest, taxes, and other expenses accrued
32,165
and unpaid
27,832
34, 683
Dividends declared but not payable and
amounts set aside for undeclared dividends
and for accrued interest on capital notes
and debentures
_
502, 532
Other liabilities
335, 692
661, 521
Capital stock, capital notes and debentures:
322, 461
Capital notes and debentures
129, 203
Preferred stock
_
1,383,894
Common stock
1,369, 295
1, 748,881
Surplus
_. 2, 798. 645 2, 430, 723 2, 320, 634
414,077
410,646
386,131
Undivided profits—net.
_
_.
< 303,471
< 323,914
* 297,050
Reserves for contingencies
Retirement fund for preferred stock, capital
79
notes and debentures

29,067,877
56, 697
6,205

32,189,362
43,359

LIABILITIES

Total-

34,877,420

i, 441, 417

32,258,333

135, 530

297
112,346

23,488
24,460
5,360
287, 519

5,430
365,123

274, 756
185, 947
1,335, 237
2, 261, 716
319,824
370, 684

244,719
190,178
1,294,954
2,435,025
276, 413

1,152

3,688

34,331,992

37,495, 742

1 Licensed banks, i. e., those operating on an unrestricted basis.
2 Includes Home Owners' Loan Corporation 4-percent bonds, guaranteed by the United States as to
interest only, the amount of which was not called for separately.
3 Includes cash items not in process of collection.
* Includes reserves for dividends.




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The assets and liabilities of State (commercial) banks June 30, 1932
to 1936, are shown in the following statement:
Assets and liabilities of State (commercial) banks, June 1982 to 1936 (revised)1
[In thousands of dollars]
1932 (12,192
banks)

1933 (8,962
banks)3

1934 (9,658
banks)2

1935 (9,808

1936 (9,732
banks)

11,624,045
10,379

8, 296, 613
7, 538

7, 947, 672
5,946

7,581,772
5,115

7,849,38?
4,885

2, 570, 762

3, 212, 610

4,176, 579

4,476, 515

5,576,638

3 239,607

790,995
3,322, 440
585, 337
365,365
330, 371

908, 339
3, 607,940
580," 286
410,473
433,210

4,584,684
400,047

5,620, 525
363,832

banks)

ASSETS

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts)
Overdrafts
_
_
_
_
U. S. Government securities, direct obligations
_
Securities fully guaranteed by U. S. Government
._-.
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc
Banking house, furniture and fixtures
Real estate owned other than banking house.
Cash in vault
_
Balances with other banks, including reserve with Federal reserve bank or other
reserve agents, cash items in process of
collection, and exchanges for clearing
house
Other assets
_

3, 233,260
601,697
249,040
320,015

* 3,034,809
764,733

< 2, 888,711
617,877

23, 687, 860

Total..

4, 248, 746
785, 212
253,130
396,044

19, 427,361

20,660, 593

22,442, 641

25,355, 515

8, 442, 513
7, 442, 611
211,038
1, 420, 972

7,342, 451
5,462,316
410, 738
1,364,014

8,053, 683
5, 789, 476
1,662, 803

9,948,784
6,019, 216
387, 593
2,071, 915

11, 508,736
6,417,171
454,975
2,633,413

324, 555
7,974

409, 592
24, 225

165,903
25, 708

189, 276
19, 720

479,412
2,575

17,849,663
723,178

', 013,336
368,939

16,6U, 661
152, 557
10, 529

18,636,604
45,012
6,205

21,496,282
34, 925

134,135

107,078

3, 008, 796
482, 336
309, 608
305,918

1

3, 607, 785
576, 346

1

LIABILITIES

Demand deposits
_
Time deposits (including postal savings)
United States Government deposits
_.
Deposits of other banks
Certified and cashiers' checks and cash
letters of credit and travelers' checks outstanding, etc
Deposits not classified
Total deposits

Bills payable and rediscounts—
Agreements to repurchase securities sold
Acceptances executed by or for account of
reporting banks
Interest, taxes, and other expenses accrued
and unpaid
Dividends declared but not payable and
amounts set aside for undeclared dividends and for accrued interest on capital
notes and debentures.
Other liabilities
Capital stock, capital notes and debentures:
Capital notes and debentures—
Preferred stock
Common stock
Surplus...
Undivided profits—net.
Reserves for contingencies
Retirement fund for preferred stock, capital
notes and debentures
Total..

9,078

17,576

249,087

212, 509

27, 215

31, 449

632,891

474,608

297
112,346
30, 207

15, 721
17,707

315,188

1,725
263,940

2,030
310, 992

249,136
185, 947
1,266,174
1,235,244
179,822
248,994

226,132
190,178
1, 248, 529
1, 270, 873
210, 978
230,789

1,743, 352
1,904,595
260,004
« 288,797

1, 373,028
265,102
« 291, 783

293,761
129,203
1,313,688
1,197,901
239, 299
5 299,485
79

1,139

3,457

23,687,860

19,427,361

20, 660,593

22,442, 641

25,355,515

1,379,031

1
2 Includes trust companies and stock savings banks, which were shown
3 Licensed banks; i. e., those operating on an unrestricted basis.

separately in reports prior to 1936.

Includes Home Owners' Loan Corporation 4-percent bonds, guaranteed by the United States as to
interest only, the amount of which was not called for separately.
4
Includes cash items not in process of collection.
«Includes reserves for dividends.




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125

The assets and liabilities of mutual savings banks June 30, 1932
1936, are shown in the following statement:
Assets and liabilities of mutual savings banks, June 1932 to 1936 {revised)
[In thousands of dollars]
1932 (594
banks) 1

1933 (576
b a n k s ) 12

1934 (578
b a n k s ) 12

1935 (571
banks) 1

6,140,556
2

5,941,048

5, 647,308
2

5,342,477
1

5,113,633
1

530,666

550,265

991,998

1,379,429

1,851,139

3,663,906
134,442

3,552,911
138,252

3 69,270
3,195,394
138,021

189,442
2,942,549
135,611

2,771,372
134,014

127,538
55,994

253,482
62,781

378,762
53,332

536,915
46,544

667,399
52,177

* 387, 240
93, 798

* 365, 759
102,645

< 461,038
129,943

* 476,269
123,283

492, 428
96,027

11,134,142

10,967,143

11,065,068

11,172,520

11,409,056

Demand deposits
3,351
Time deposits (including postal savings)_.. 10,035,423
92
Deposits of other banks
Certified and cashiers' checks and cash
letters of credit and travelers' checks
152
outstanding, etc_
Deposits not classified

3,132
I, 709,861
113

2,526
9, 777, 296
241

1,894
9,917,645
253

3,704
10,055,981
153

1936 (566

banks)

ASSETS

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts)
Overdrafts
U. S. Government securities, direct obligations
__
Securities fully guaranteed by U. S. Government..
_
Other bonds, stocks, securities, e t c . .
Banking house, furniture and fixtures
Real estate owned other than banking
house
_
_.
Cash in vault
Balances with other banks, including reserve with Federal Reserve bank or other
reserve agents, cash items in process of
collection, and exchanges for clearing
house
_
_
Other assets
TotaL.
LIABILITIES

Total deposits.

Bills payable and rediscounts.
__.
Interest, taxes, and other expenses accrued
and unpaid.._
_
_
Amounts set aside for dividends and for
accrued interest on capital notes and
debentures
_._
Other liabilities
Capital notes and debentures
Surplus
Undivided profits—net
Reserves for contingencies
Retirement fund for capital notes and
debentures

Total..

126
20

17

10,039,018
17,477

9,713,262
16, 271

9,780,099
6,369

9,919,846
4,935

10,059,951
3,439

604

3,158

1,648

7,604

6,751

25,661

24, 706

13,752
« 28, 700
1,073,097
144,353
« 17,050

3,365
12, 024
» 25,620
977,178
139,016
82,919

3,400
14,911
18,587
1,131, 767
148,966
21,053

' 890, 026 « 1,054,370
153, 222
144,687
6 8,134
«10, 699

13
11,134,142

10,967,143

11,065,068

231

11,172,520

11, 409,056

1 Includes 1 stock savings bank.
2 Licensed banks; i. e., those operating on an unrestricted basis, together with banks having llimitations
on deposit withdrawals in 1 State.
3 Includes Home Owners' Loan Corporation 4-percent bonds, guaranteed by the United States as to
interest only, the amount of which was not called for separately.
* Includes cash items not in process of collection.
»Includes capital stock of $10,200 for 1 stock savings bank.
s Includes reserves for dividends.




Number of active mutual savings banks7 number of savings depositors, savings deposits, and average deposit account, by States, June 29, 1935,
and June 30, 1986
1935

Location

Maine
_ . _
.
New Hampshire
Vermont .
_
Massachusetts
Rhode Island _ „
•
Connecticut
___
'.
Total New England States
New York
New Jersey
Pennsylvania
_
__
Delaware
Maryland
Total Eastern States
Ohio .
Indiana
.
. _.
Wisconsin
Minnesota—
_
_
Total Middle Western States
Washington
_
Oregon
«
.
California
Total Pacific States
_
Total United States .

Number
of
Depositors1
banks
__
_.
_

_ .
_
_

_
_.

_

1936

Average
due each
depositor

Number
of
banks
32

33
347
14
193
9
73

231,281
281,978
108,969
2, 832, 511
185, 839
940,242

$120,206,000
184,642,000
69, 572,000
2,072, 540,000
169,144,000
673,012, 000

369

4, 580, 820

3,289,116, 000

$519.74
654.81
638. 46
731.70
910.16
715.79
718.02

135
25
« 8
2
13
183

6, 576,862
504, 502
662, 598
49,906
7 364, 410

5,193,401,000
317,664, 000
526, 558,000
30,083, 000
204, 580, 000

789.65
629. 66
794. 69
602. 79
561. 40

8,158, 278

6, 272, 286, 000

768.82

170, 745
27 279
20,060
95,642
313, 726

114, 244, 000
18,959,000
4,240,000
62,849,000

669. 09
695 00
211.37
657.13
638. 43

3
5
5
1

_._

Deposits 2

14
3
1
1
5

90,090
851
69, 446
160,387

571

13,213,211

Average
due each
depositor

Depositors 1

Deposits 2

$123,230,000
186,109, 000
67,195, 000
2,112,468,000
171, 521, 000
690,345,000
3,350,868,000

$520. 45
670.58
634.94
740.90
916.01
726. 71

366

236, 778
277, 534
105,828
2,851, 227
187,248
949,959
4, 608, 574

135
«25
7
2
13
182

6,451, 000
512, 538
667, 812
51, 538
8
377, 573
8,060,461

* 5, 216, 960,000
322, 427, 000
548, 771,000
31,957, 000
212, 717,000
6, 332, 832, 000

808.71
629. 08
821. 74
620.07
563.38
785.67

3
5
4
1

118, 055, 000
19,194,000
4,061,000
64,939,000
206, 249, 000

664.53
670.86
190.54
687. 21

14
193
9
73

727.09

13

177,652
28,611
21,313
94,497
322,073

3
1
1

103, 440
1,403
69, 094

57, 705, 000
1, 099,000
88,416, 000

140,413,000

585.89
529.96
1,255.35
875. 46

5

173,937

147, 220,000

557. 86
783. 32
1, 279.65
846. 40

9,902,107, 000

749.41

566

13,165,045

10,037,169, 000




i
o
o

I
o

762. 41

200,292,000
52, 783, 000
451, 000
87,179,000

640.38

1 Represents number of savings passbook accounts.
Represents deposits evidenced by savings passbooks and time certificates of deposit.
Includes 10 guaranty savings banks.
* Includes Christmas savings and similar accounts.
«Includes 2 "associations", which formerly have been classified as mutual savings banks. These institutions possess the characteristics of both a savings bank and a building
and loan association, in that all of the deposits are invested in bonds and mortgages and each depositor has the privilege of making a mortgage loan,
a Includes returns from 1 stock savings bank.
» Dec. 31, 1934.
8 Dec. 31, 1935.
2
3

to

C

d
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127

Number of mutual savings banks in the United States, number of savings depositors,
amount of savings deposits^, and average amount due each depositor June 30,
1914 to 19861 inclusive
[For prior years, see annual report for 1920, vol. 1, pp. 236-242]

Year

1914
1915
1916
1917
1918
1919
1920
1921
1922
1923
1924
1925
1926
1927
1928
1929
1930
1931
1932
1933
1934
1935
1936

Banks

634
630
622
622
625
622
620
623
619
618
613
611
620
618
616
611
606
600
594
576
578
571
566

_
_
.

.

._
_

_

.
_

.

Depositors 1

8, 274,418
8,305, 562
8, 590, 746
8,935,055
9,011,464
8,948,808
9,455. 327
9, 619; 260
9, 665, 861
10, 057, 436
10,409, 776
10,616, 215
11, 053, 886
11,337, 398
11, 732,143
11,748, 085
11,895,075
12,356,114
12, 521, 750
12, 683,788
13, 077, 111
13, 213, 211
13,165,045

Deposits 3

$3,915,143,400
3, 946,069, 043
4,135, 552,045
4,340,805,483
4,344,166,606
4, 723, 629, 000
5,172,348, 000
5,395, 552,000
5,686, 720, 000
6,282,618,000
6,686, 366,000
7,139, 510,000
7, 558,668,000
8, 054,868, 000
8, 665, 592, 000
3 8,981, 020,000
9,190,969,000
10, 017, 225, 000
10, 021,852,000
9, 699, 509, 000
9, 764, 596,000
9,902,107,000
10,037,169. 000

Average
due each
depositor
$473.16
475.11
481.40
485.82
482.07
527.85
547. 61
560.91
588.94
624. 67
642.32
672. 51
683.80
710.47
738. 62
3 764.47
772.67
810.71
800.36
764. 72
746. 69
749. 41
762. 41

1 Represents number of savings passbook accounts.
2 Represents deposits evidenced by savings passbooks and time certificates of deposit.
Revised since published in reports prior to 1936.
NOTE —Figures for stock savings banks not published separately since 1935. (See reference to this class
of banks on p. 120 of this report.)
3

The assets and liabilities of private banks June 30, 1932 to 1936,
are shown in the following statement:
Assets and liabilities of private banks, June 1932 to 1936 {revised)
[In thousands of dollars]
1932 (227 1933 (184 1934 (236 1935 (243 1936 (131
banks)
banks) banks) 1 banks) 1 banks)
ASSETS

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts)
Overdrafts
_
U. S. Government securities, direct obligations
Securities fully guaranteed by U. S. Government
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc
Banking house, furniture and fixtures
Real estate owned other than banking house
Cash in vault
__
Balances with other banks, including reserve with
Federal Reserve bank or other Reserve agents, cash
items in process of collection, and exchanges for
clearing house
_
Other assets

28,363
131
1,489

22,738
109
1,548

11,020
2,278
2,497
1,185

LIABILITIES

120,311
867
267,892
6,772
124,735
8,357
9,284
2,148

107,036
875
339,418
4,436
86,760
7,576
1,747
1,870

a 6, 584
1,871

3 7, 291
1,382

3 88,395
37,187

46,913

532,672

3 89, 311
87,154
716,831

140, 745
40, 708

55, 418

Total..

1,
2,937
1,282

128,195
4,287
181, 355
2
806
77,136
8,199
4,796
2,316

731,171

Demand deposits..
_
_
19,062
196,984
19, 055
332,488
440,057
Time deposits (including Postal Savings)..
21,354
10,844
82,895
55,112
38,212
U. S. Government deposits
17
1
Deposits of other banks
190
65
87,489
80, 569
104, 224
Certified and cashiers' checks and cash letters of
32
credit and travelers' checks outstanding, etc
43
281
43,357
636
Deposits not classified
___
2,771
55
40,675
32,767
S67,721
Total deposits..
511,527
583,129
1 Licensed banks, i. e., those operating on an unrestricted basis.
2
Includes Home Owners' Loan Corporation 4-percent bonds, guaranteed by the United States as to
interest only, the amount of which was not called for separately.
3 Includes cash items not in process of collection.




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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

Assets and liabilities of private banks, June 1932 to 1936 {revised)—Continued
[In thousands of dollars]
1932 (227
banks)

1933 (184 1934 (236 1935 (243 1936 (131
banks) - banks)
banks)
banks)

LIABILITIES—continued

Bills payable and rediscounts
_
Acceptances executed by or for account of reporting
banks
_
__.
Interest, taxes, and other expenses accrued and unpaid
Dividends declared but not payable and amounts set
aside for undeclared dividends and for accrued
interest on capital notes and debentures
Other liabilities
Capital
Surplus __
_
Undivided profits—net
Reserves for contingencies
__
Total

1,235

818

13,445

6,750

29,343

3

28,452

310

163

2

4,995

13

76

2,969
5,529
4,024
851
<119

3,218
4,863
3,325
857
*989

6,752
55, 607
49, 636
2,479
4 7,379

270
11, 555
69,063
49,294
986
38,771

39,220
46,425
32, 385
444
24,571

55,418

46,913

532, 672

716,831

731,171

* Includes reserves for dividends.

In the preceding summary, showing the assets and liabilities of private banks as of June 30 each of the 5 years 1932 to 1936, there is
shown for the year 1936 only the returns of associations which were
doing business under the supervision of State authorities.
Section 21 (a) of the Banking Act of 1933 provided, in part, that
after June 16, 1934, private banks not under State supervision would
be required to submit to periodic examination by the Comptroller of
the Currency or by the Federal Reserve bank, also to make to the
Comptroller and publish periodic reports of condition the same as
required of national banks.
However, under section 303 of the Banking Act of 1935, section
21 (a) of the Banking Act of 1933 was amended to provide that it
shall be unlawful for private banks to operate unless they—
(A) shall be incorporated under, and authorized to engage in such business by,
the laws of the United States or of any State, Territory, or District; or
(B) shall be permitted by any State, Territory, or District to engage in such
business and shall be subjected by the law of such State, Territory, or District to
examination and regulation; or
(C) shall submit to periodic examination by the banking authority of the State,
Territory, or District where such business is carried on and shall make and publish
periodic reports of its condition, exhibiting in detail its resources and liabilities,
such examination and reports to be made and published at the same times and in
the same manner and under the same conditions as required by the law of such
State, Territory, or District in the case of incorporated banking institutions engaged in such business in the same locality.

It will be noted from the foregoing that private banks are not now
required to submit to examination by the Comptroller of the Currency
or the Federal Reserve bank, nor are they required to make to the
Comptroller and publish periodic reports of condition. The last condition report rendered to the Comptroller by private banks was as of
June 1935.




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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY
BANKS IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

The statement following shows the amount of assets and liabilities
of banks in the District of Columbia, by classes, on June 30, 1936:
Statement of assets and liabilities of banks in the District of Columbia, by classes,
June 30, 1986
[In thousands of dollars]
Total all National
banks
banks
Number of banks

_

Trust
companies

Savings
and State
banks

22

ASSETS

Loans and discounts:
Commercial paper bought in open market
_
Loans on securities, exclusive of loans to banks:
To brokers and dealers outside New York City
Toothers
__.
Eeal-estate loans, mortgages, deeds of trust, and other liens
on real estate:
On farm land
_
On other real estate.._
All other loans
_
_
_
_

1,550

885

307
23, 775

231
13,208

8,572

1,995

108
29,686
35, 614

44
4,253
22,919

52
20, 272
5,213

12
5,161
7,482

91,040

41,540

34,117

15, 383

24

20

32,811
20,158
33
21, 217
4

23,467
11,047

9,072
7,822

272

14, 216
1

6,243

33
758

74, 223

48,731

23,140

2,352

101
2,571
20,539

11,996

1,517
7,808

101
65
735

23, 211

12,985

9,325

901

97,434

61, 716

32,465

3,253

5,406
735
2
2,613
232

2,732
735

2,189

485

fl, 524
132

2
1,023
100

"66

1,291
431

2,089
2,777
71
873
363

495
488
19
500

2,192
35
1,244

9
258

2,069
25
595

123
1
391

733

Total
—
Overdrafts
...
_
U. S. Government obligations, direct and fully guaranteed:
Direct obligations of the U. S. Government:
Treasury bonds maturing on or before Dec. 31, 1949
Treasury bonds maturing after Dec. 31, 1949
Other United States bonds
Treasury notes
_
Treasury bills-_
Subtotal
_
Obligations guaranteed by the U. S. Government as to
interest and principal:
Reconstruction Finance Corporation. _
_
Federal Farm Mortgage Corporation
Home Owners' Loan Corporation.
_
_.
Subtotal
__.
_
Total U. S. Government obligations, direct and fully
guaranteed
___
-.
Other bonds, stocks, and securities:
Obligations o—
f
Federal land banks
_Federal intermediate credit banks—
_
Joint-stock land banks
States, counties, and municipalities
Territorial and insular possessions of the United States.
Bonds, notes, and debentures (not including stock) of other
domestic corporations:
Railroads
Public utilities
_
Real estate corporations—_
_
__.
Other domestic corporations
___.
Stock of Federal Reserve bank
_.
Stock of other domestic corporations:
Real-estate corporations—
_
Banks and banking corporations
Other domestic corporations
Foreign securities:
O bligations of foreign central governments
Obligations of foreign provincial, State, and municipal
governments
_
Other foreign securities..
Total other bonds, stocks, and securities

618

100

15

212
302

113
166

79
112

20
24

28,028

12,934

12,467

2,627

Customers' liability on account of acceptances
Banking house, furniture and
fixtures
_
Real estate owned, other than banking house
Reserve with reserve banks

16
15,401
5,522
52,004

16
6,250
1,074
31,087

7,997
4,234
17,255

1,154
214
3,662




4,669
6,088
107
2,664
794

2,085
2,823

130

REPORT THE OF COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

Statement of assets and liabilities of banks in the District of Columbia, by classes
June 30, 1936—Continued
[In thousands of dollars]
Total all National
banks
banks
ASSETS—continued
Cash, balances with other banks, and cash items in process of
collection:
Demand balances with other banks in the United States
(except Federal Reserve banks, private banks, and
American branches of foreign banks):
Due from banks in New York City
Due from banks elsewhere in the United States
Cash items in process of collection, including items forwarded to Federal Reserve banks and exchanges for
clearinghouse
_
Time balances with other banks in the United States
(except private banks and American branches of foreign
banks)
Balances with private banks and American branches of
foreign banks
_
Balances with banks in foreign countries (including balances
with foreign branches of other American banks but excluding amounts due from own foreign branches)
_
_
Cash in vault
Total

Trust
companies

Savings
and State
banks

19,170
15, 550

13,135
11, 466

5,838
3,617

197
467

13, 687

9,222

3,357

1,108
205

5

40

51

35

68
11, 390

7
7,009

60, 201

40,895

58
3,220
16,165

3
1,161
3,141

65

55
260

578

1
55

350,628

195, 847

125, 289

29, 492

Demand deposits:
Deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations
U. S. Government deposits—
_.
State, county, and municipal deposits
.
Deposits of other banks in the United States (except private
banks and American branches of foreign banks)
Deposits of private banks and American branches of foreign
banks
Deposits of banks in foreign countries (including balances of
foreign branches of other American banks but excluding
amounts due to own foreign branches)
Certified and cashiers' checks (including dividend checks),
letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash, and
amounts due to Federal Reserve bank (transit account) _.
Total__
Time deposits:
Deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations:
Certificates of deposit (other than for money borrowed).
Open accounts
Christmas savings and similar accounts.
Deposits evidenced by savings passbooksPostal Savings deposits'-.
State, county, and municipal deposits
_
Deposits of other banks in the United States (except private
banks and American branches of foreign banks)
Total

166, 517
1,315

98,818
1,213

56,338

11,361
102
35

23, 306

1,427

143

Total deposits
Secured by pledge of loans and/or investments
Not secured by pledged of loans and/or investments
Rediscounts
_
Acceptances executed by other banks for account of reporting
banks
_
._.
Interest, taxes, and other expenses accrued and unpaid
Dividends declared but not yet payable and amounts set aside
for dividends not declared
Other liabilities
.
Capital notes and debentures
Capital stock (see memoranda below)
Surplus
Undivided profits, net___
._
__
Reserves for contingencies
_
Retirement fund for preferred stock and capital notes and
debentures
_
_.
Total liabilities..

Cash items not in process of collection
Other assets
_
___

_

250

_

Total assets..
LIABILITIES




83
24,876
80
137
285

259

57
26

6,037
199, 250

4,376
128,100

1,395
59, 243

2,295
4,552
2,987
96, 347
450
14

1, 924
2, 385
1,167
42,192
412
14

993
42, 552

538
107,163

390
48, 484

44,561

148
14,118

306, 413
8,708
297, 705

176,584

103,804

26,025

8,519
168,065

103
103, 701

25, 939

336

150

93
34
700
9,400
7,709
2, 567
646

11
125
850
1,200
680
314
108

125, 289

25
29,492

16
755

85
501

63
1,459
807
11, 603
38

16

189
660
1,550
19,900
13, 481
6,292
1,343

308

11, 907

25
350, 628

9,300
5,092
3,411

195,847

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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

Statement of assets and liabilities of banks in the District of Columbia, by classes,
June 30, 1936—Continued
[In thousands of dollars]
Total all National
banks
banks
Memoranda:
Par value of capital stock:
Preferred
Common
Total
Loans and investments pledged to secure liabilities:
U. S. Government obligations, direct and fully guaranteed
Other bonds, stock, and securities
Loans and discounts
Total
Pledged—
Against U. S. Government and Postal Savings deposits
Against deposits of trust department.
_
Against other deposits to qualify for the exercise of
With State authorities
fiduciary powers
For other purposes _.
_
.
Total

Trust
companies

Savings
and State
banks

1,650
18,250

1,650
7,650

9,400

1,200

19,900

9,300

9,400

1,200

15, 763
1,348

12, 288
1,049

3,254
286

221
13

17, 111

13,337

3,540

234

2,049
2,242
7,8*2

1,915
1,640
7,579

602
178

4,949
59

2,194
9

2,755
5

45

17, 111

13,337

3,540

234

134
55

The assets and liabilities of banks in the District of Columbia
June 30, 1932 to 1936, are shown in the following statements:
Assets and liabilities of all banks in the District of Columbia June 30, 1932-36
[In thousands of dollars]
1932 (39
banks)

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts).._
Overdrafts
U. S. Government securities, direct obligations
Securities fully guaranteed by U. S. Government
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc
Banking house, furniture and fixtures
Real estate owned other than banking house.
Cash in vault
Balances with other banks, including reserve with
Federal Reserve bank or other Reserve agents,
cash items in process of collection, and exchanges
for clearing house
Other assets
_

1933 (20 1934 (21
banks) i banks) »

140,505
40
57,088

89,030
27
62,071

43, 529
22, 304
6,929

1935 (22
banks)

1936 (22

banks)

LIABILITIES

82,540
25
65,249
24,858
27,055
15,627
6,032
9,595

91,040
24
74,223
23, 211
28,028
15,401
5,522
11,390

3 37,743
3,090

3 47,005
909

» 59,709
1,350

3 77,324
1.436

100,815
974

320,136

Total..

27,929
15,821
4,924
9,978

88,657
33
75, 282
2 726
27, 367
15, 719
5,314
7,828

257,694

281,985

309,741

350,628

137,032
103, 352
903
20, 748

166,600
106, 625
1,315
25,836

118,480
109, 587
119,879
Demand deposits
_._
120,648
83, 672
92,992
Time deposits (including postal savings)
2,360
3,271
1,508
U. S. Government deposits
_
13,969
16, 223
Deposits of other banks
.
13, 363
Certified and cashiers' checks and cash letters of
3,295
3,768
3,981
credit and travelers' checks outstanding, etc
SS6,138
Total deposits
_
-. 257,980
t, 413
2,852
4,389
National-bank circulation
234
230
Bills payable and rediscounts.__
_
4,294
Agreements to repurchase securities sold
38
87
21
Acceptances executed by or for account of reporting
11
banks
7
Interest, taxes, and other expenses accrued and un1,014
689
paid
—
710
i Licensed banks; i. e., those operating on an unrestricted basis.
* Includes Home Owners' Loan Corporation 4-percent bonds, guaranteed by the
Interest only, the amount of which was not called for separately.
«Includes cash items not in process of collection.




4,528
1,668
962
130

6,037

806,418

44

16

723

755

United States i,S to

132

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

Assets and liabilities of all banks in the District of Columbia June 30, 1932-36—
Continued
[In thousands of dollars]
1932 (39
banks)

1933 (20

banks)

1934 (21
banks)

1935 (22
banks)

1936 (22
banks)

LIABILITIES—continued

Dividends declared but not payable and amounts set
aside for dividends not declared
156
189
0)
(<)
1,597
903
886
Other liabilities
96
660
Capital stock, capital notes and debentures:
1,850
1,850
1,550
Capital notes and debentures
1,500
1,650
1,650
Preferred stock
17,350
18,485
18,235
18, 250
23, 328
Common stock
20,218
13, 765
13,175
13,090
13,481
Surplus
_
4,412
5,870
4,785
6,292
4,917
Undivided profits, net
8
8
8
1,369
2,578
1,720
1,245
1,343
Reserves for contingencies
Retirement fund for preferred stock and capital notes
80
25
and debentures
320,136
257, 694
281,985
309, 741
Total
350, 628
4
Dividends declared but not yet payable in 1932 were included with reserve for contingencies and in 1933
and 1934 with "Other liabilities". Amounts set aside for dividends not declared were not segregated from
reserves for contingencies prior to 1935.
8
Includes reserves for dividends.

Assets and liabilities of national banks in the District of Columbia June 30, 1932-36
{revised)
[In thousands of dollars]
1932 (12
banks)

1933 (8
33
bai,nks) i

1934 (9
banks) i

71, 202
23
41,046

41,375
14
46,570

19,414
11, 309
2,950
4,217

10,911
6, 283
1,002
5,867

42, 750
18
51, 259
2 310
11, 271
6,294
1,082
5,049

38,642
16
47, 534
12, 665
12,147
6, 278
1,105
5,714

41, 540
20
48,731
12,985
12,934
6,250
1,074
7,009

3 26, 709 3 29,633
2,228
142,039
179,098

* 40,345
538
158,916

3 48,440
584
173,125

64, 973
331
195, 847

1935 (9
banks)

1936 (9

banks)

ASSETS

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts)
_.
Overdrafts. __
_
U. S. Government securities, direct obligations
Securities fully guaranteed by U. S. Government
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc
Banking house, furniture and fixtures
Real estate owned other than banking house
Cash in vault
--Balances with other banks, including reserve with
Federal Reserve bank, cash items in process of collection, and exchanges for clearing house
Other assets
Total..
LIABILITIES

Demand deposits
--Time deposits (including postal savings)
U. S. Government deposits—
Deposits of other banks
Certified and cashiers' checks and cash letters of
credit and travelers' checks outstanding, etc..
Total deposits

National-bank circulation
Bills payable and rediscounts
Agreements to repurchase securities sold
-.
Acceptances executed by or for account of reporting
banks
Interest, taxes, and other expenses accrued and
unpaid
_.
Dividends declared but not payable and amounts set
aside for dividends not declared
Other liabilities
_
Capital stock:
Preferred-_
Common
Surplus
Undivided profits, net
Reserves for contingencies
.-.
Retirement fund for preferred stock—.._
__.
Total

66, 621
63, 986
1,501
11, 235

62, 908
42,070
2,329
11,859

71,973
45, 841
3,223
14, 452

81, 205
48,831
882
19,673

48,094
1,213
24,035

3,427
146,770
4,389
3,361
38

2,599
121, 765
4,413

2,944
1S8,488
2,852

3,581
154,172
962

4,376
176,584

87
11

7

44

262

291

315

99

36

56
47

85
501

11,175
8,725
2,604
«820

6,950
5,100
2,549
»803

1,500
7,950
4,850
2,352
«645

1,650
7,650
5,092
3,411

179,098

142,039

158,916

1,650
7,650
4,750
2,886
518
75
173,125

39

)
662

0

195, 847

1 Licensed banks, i. e., those operating on an unrestricted basis.
2 Includes Home Owners' Loan Corporation 4-percent bonds, guaranteed by the United States as to
interest only, the amount of which was not called for separately.
3
4 Includes cash items not in process of collection.
Dividends declared but not yet payable in 1932 were included with reserve for contingencies and in 1933
and 1934 with "Other liabilities." Amounts set aside for dividends not declared were not segregated from
reserves for contingencies prior to 1935.
»Includes reserves for dividends.




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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

Assets and liabilities of loan and trust companies in the District of Columbia June
30, 1932-36 (revised)
[In thousands of dollars]
1932 (5
banks)

1933 (5
banks) l

1934 (5
banks) 1

1935 (5

banks)

1936 (5
banks)

ASSETS

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts)
Overdrafts—
___
U. S. Government securities, direct obligations
Securities fully guaranteed by U. S. Government
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc
_-.
Banking house, furniture and fixtures
Real estate owned other than banking house
Cash in vault
Balances with other banks, including reserve with
Federal Reserve and other Reserve banks, cash
items in process of collection, and exchanges for
clearing house
Other assets
_

32,267
7
16,796
10, 532
12,041
8,100
4,670
2,946

34,117
2
23,140
9,325
12,467
7,997
4,234
3,220

3 15, 337 3 15, 606 3 24,785
500
759
799

30,200
587

41.318
8
13,836

37, 630
12
14, 682

17, 341
8,193
2,975
3,671

14,813
8,295
3,692
3,539

3 7,830
726

35, 762
13
22, 291
2
275
13, 551
8,206
3,994
2,221

•IOC OQQ
I/O, 4OO

95, S

Total..
LIABILITIES
Demand deposits
Time deposits (including postal savings)
U. S. Government deposits
Deposits of other banks
Certified and cashiers' checks and cash letters of
credit and travelers' checks outstanding, etc

Total deposits
.__.
Bills payable and rediscounts
_
_
Agreements to repurchase securities sold
Interest, taxes, and other expenses accrued and unpaid
Dividends declared but not payable and amounts
set aside for undeclared dividends and for accrued
interest on capital notes and debentures
Other liabilities
Capital stock, capital notes, and debentures:
Capital notes and debentures
_
Common stock
Surplus
_
_
_
Undivided profits, netReserves for contingencies.
Retirement fund for capital notes and debentures

98,500

102,678

112, 943

38, 551
31, 655
2
1,891

41,631
32, 232

41, 205
36,830

47,317
42,810

2,059

1,678

985

1,510

386

649

709

737

1,395

91, 849
55

103,804

325

316

336

844

93
15

93
34

72,485

76,571
134
21

56,338
44,561

1
3

306

871

802

9,400
9,750
2,687

9,400
7,700
2,033
« 1, 688

1,000
9,400
7,700
1,901
6 931

1,000
9,400
7,700
1,844
671

700
9,400
7,709
2,567
646

98, 500

Total..

306

102, 678

112,943

125, 289

()

Licensed banks, i. e., those operating on an unrestricted basis.
Includes Home Owners' Loan Corporation 4-percent bonds, guaranteed by the United States as to interest only, the amount of which was not called for separately.
3
Includes cash items not in process of collection.
* Dividends declared but not payable in 1932 were included with reserve for contingencies and in 1933 and
1934 with "Other liabilities." Amounts set aside for dividends not declared were not segregated from
reserves for contingencies prior to 1935.
* Includes reserves for dividends.

109487—37-

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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

Assets and liabilities of savings and State banks in the District of Columbia June 80,
1932-86 {revised)
[In thousands of dollars]
1932 (22
banks)

1933 (7
banks)

27,985
9
2,206

10, 025
1
819

6, 77-1
2,802
1,004
1,020

1934 (7
banks)i

1935 (8
banks)i

1936 (3

banks)

ASSETS

Loans and discounts (including rediscounts)
Overdrafts
_._
_.
X S. Government securities, direct obligations
L
Securities fully guaranteed by U". S. Government
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc
_.
Banking house, furniture and fixtures
Real estate owned other than banking house
Cash in vault
Balances with other banks, including reserve with
reserve banks, cash items in process of collection,
and exchanges for clearing house
Other assets

11,631
2
919
1,661
2,867
1,249
257
935

15,383
2
2,352
901
2,627
1,154
214
1,161

3 3,204
136

3 2, 035
25

3 3, 758
53

3 4,099
53

5,642
56

45,140

Total .

2,205
1,243
230
572

10,145
2
1,732
2 141
2,545
1,219
238
558

17,155

20,391

23, 673

29,492

13, 308
25,007
5
237

5,048
9,370
31
51

6,701
10,321
48
93

8, 510
11,711
21
90

11,396
13,970
102
291

168

LIABILITIES

Demand deposits
.._
Time deposits (including postal savings),.
U. S. Government deposits.
_.
Deposits of other banks
_
Certified and cashiers' checks and cash letters of
credit and travelers' checks outstanding, etc
Total deposits

Bills payable and rediscounts
Interest, taxes, and other expenses accrued and unpaid..
Dividends declared but not payable and amounts
set aside for undeclared dividends and for accrued
interest on capital notes and debentures
Other liabilities-,
_..
Capital stock, capital notes and debentures:
Capital notes and debentures
Common stock
Surplus. _
Undivided profits, net—
Reserves for contingencies
_
Retirement fund for capital notes and debentures.—.
Total _
1
2

47

115

210

88,725
933

230

17,278
100

fBO,54M
75

193

121

94

92

150

7
34

11
125

850
1,135
625
159

850
1,185
640
187

850
1,200
680
314
108
25

20,391

23,673

29,492

64
2,753
1,743
579
U50

1,000
965
203
*87

45,140

17,155

266
B6, OSS
4

Licensed banks, i. e., those operating on an unrestricted basis.
Includes Ilome Owners' Loan Corporation 4-percent bonds, guaranteed by the United States as to interest only, the amount of which was not called for separately.
3
4 Includes cash items not in process of collection.
Dividends declared but not yet payable in 1932 were included with reserve for contingencies and in
1933 and 1934 with "Other liabilities." Amounts set aside for dividends not declared were not segregated
from reserves for contingencies prior to 1935.
* Includes reserves for dividends.




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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

Earnings and dividends of banks other than national in the District of
Columbia
The following statement shows comparative figures concerning the
earnings and dividends of banks other than national in the District
of Columbia for the years ended June 30, 1936 and 1935:
Earnings and dividends of trust companies and savings banks in l the District of
Columbia for the years ended June SO, 1986 and 1935
[In thousands of dollars]
6 months ended
Dec. 31, 1935

6 months ended
June 30, 1936

Year
ended
June 30,
5 trust 8 sav- 13 total 5 trust 8 sav- 13 total 1936,
13
com- ings
com- ings
panies banks banks panies banks banks banks
Capital:
Capital notes and debenturesCommon stock (par value)
Total
Surplus

-

-

700
9,400

850 1,550
1,200 10, 600

1,550
10,600

1,850
10,585

- 10,100
7,709

2,035 12,135 10,100
650 8,359 7,709

2,050 12,150
680 8,389

12,150
8,389

12,435
8,340

17,809

2,695 20, 494 17,809

2,730 20, 539

20, 539

20,775

20,412

3,032 23,444 21, 022

3,177 24,199

24,199

23, 538

700
9,400

Total capital and surplus
Capital funds 2

Gross earnings:
Interest and discount on loans
Interest and dividends on bonds,
stocks, and other securities __
Interest on balances with other banks.
Collection charges, commissions, fees,
etc
Foreign department (except interest on
foreign loans, investments, and
bank balances) - Trust department
- Service charges on deposit accounts
Rent received 3
}
Other earnings

850 1,550
1,185 10,585

377

1,227

870

435

1,305

2,532

2,403

695

105
1

800
1

721

80

801

1,601
1

1,535
1

109

44

153

100

49

149

302

188

4
310
51
362

57
43

4
6
310
399
108
54
405 / 302
1 41

65
26
16

6
399
119
328 }
57

10
709
227
790

597
188
810

2,381

Total

850

627

6,172

5,730

1,626

Expenses:
Salaries and wages:
Officers
«
} 658
Employees other than officers
Number of officeTS *_.
Number i of employees other than
officers
Interest on deposits of other banks
Interest on other demand deposits
Interest on other time deposits
472
Interest and discount on borrowed
money
Real estate taxes 3 _
- .
} 186
Other taxes
_
_
Fees paid to directors and members of
executive, discount, and advisory I 390
committees 3
Other expenses
-

3,008

8

2,493

671

235
I 457
80

72
109
SO

307 } 1, 706
566
130

70S

20A
3

907
3

454

18
116

18
570

2
37

2
85
223 / 149
\

8
30

18
1,157
2
93
179 } 495

130

f 16
520 I 382

4
140

20
522 } 1,062

1,055

175

115

833 /

587

3,164

3

1,111
5
420

1,706

Total
Net earnings

Year
ended
June 30,
1935,
13
banks

..

459

2,165

1,778

500

2,278

4,443

4,217

675

168

843

715

171

886

1,729

1,513

1
Excludes the export-import banks.
2
Represents aggregate book value of capital stock, capital notes and debentures, surplus, undivided
profits, reserves for contingencies, and retirement fund for capital notes and debentures.
3
6 months ended June 30,1936, when first called for separately.
4
Number at end of period.




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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

Earnings and dividends of trust companies and savings banks in the District of
Columbia for the years ended June 30, 1936 and 1935—Continued
[In thousands of dollars]
6 months ended
June 30, 1936

6 months ended

Year
ended

Year
ended

5 trust 8 sav- 13 total 5 trust 8 sav- 13 total 1936,
13
com- ings banks com- ings banks banks
panies banks
panies banks

banks

Dec. 31, 1935

Recoveries, profits on securities sold, etc.:
Recoveries on loans
Recoveries on bonds, stocks, and other
securities...
Profits on
Allother securities sold *
Total

144

-

Total earnings, recoveries, etc
Losses and depreciation:
On loans
On bonds, stocks, and other securities.
On banking house, furniture and fixtures
...
Other losses and depreciation
Total

._

-

7

125

283

97

537 }

723

525

14

158

69

122

26

4

30

19

56

75

105

47

223

87

310

619

182

801

1,111

669

898

255

1,153

1,334

353

1,687

2,840

2,182

265
63

47
35

312
98

235
50

64
62

299
112

611
210

1 330
235

130
25

23
18

153
43

67
133

29
17

96
150

249
193

172
235

I 53

118

1935,
13

\

447

90

483

123

606

485

172

657

1,263

1,972

Net addition to profits

415

132

547

849

181

1,030

1,577

210

Interest and dividends:
On capital notes and debentures
On common stock

22
294

15
19

37
313

12
226

19
21

31
247

68
560

67
492

316

34

350

238

40

278

628

559

3.13

1.60

2.96

2.40

1.75

2.33

5.28

4.65

1.72

1.04

1.65

1.32

1.12

1.30

2.95

2.60

3.14

1.76

2.39

1.71

2.24

2.00

4.39

3.62

3.13

1.67

2.88

2.36

1.95

2.29

5.17

4.50

1.55

1.12

1.49

1.13

1.26

1.15

2.60

2.37

2.69

Total
Ratios:
Dividends on common stock to common capital
percent. _
Dividends on common stock to common capital and surplus
percent._
Interest on capital notes and debentures to capital notes and debentures
outstanding
percent. _
Interest and dividends on capital notes
and debentures and common stock
to capital notes and debentures and
common capital
percent..
Interest and dividends on capital notes
and debentures and common stock
to capital funds
percent__
Interest and dividends on capital notes
and debentures and common stock
to capital notes and debentures, common capital and surplus
percent-.
Net addition to profits to common
capital
percent..
Net addition to profits to common
capital and surplus
percent-.
Net addition to profits to capital notes
and debentures and common capital
percent..
Net addition to profits to capital notes
and debentures, common capital and
surplus...
percent._
Net addition to profits to capital funds
percent-_

1.77

1.26

1.71

1.34

1.47

1.35

3.06

4.41-

11.14

5.17

9.03

15.08

9.72

14.88

1.98

2.43

7.19

2.89

4.96

9.63

5.42

8.30

1.11

4.11

6.49

4.51

8.41

8.83

8.48

12.98

1.69

2.33

4.90

2.67

4.77

6.63

5.01

7.68

1.01

4.04

5.60

4.26

6.52

.89

2.03

4.35

2.33

« Such profits in period from July 1,1932, to Dec. 31,1935, were not called for separately but were included
with recoveries on bonds, stocks, and other securities.
NOTE.—The capital, capital notes and debentures, surplus, and capital funds used in this table are as of
end of period.




137

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

Building and loan associations in the District of Columbia
The assets of the 28 building and loan associations operating in the
District of Columbia under the supervision of the Comptroller of the
Currency on June 30, 1936, totaled $112,602,000 and exceeded by
$11,125,000 the assets of these associations on June 30 a }^ear ago.
The loans, which aggregated $102,775,000, showed an increase in the
year of $10,469,000. Installment payments on shares increased also
from $90,710,000 to $99,688,000.
Twenty-three of the associations operated on the permanent plan,
four on the serial plan, and one on both the permanent and serial
plans. The total membership was 133,679, as compared to 118,117
members a year ago, and of the total in the current year the numbers
borrowing and nonborrowing were 29,328 and 104,351, respectively.
The statement following discloses the number of building and loan
associations in the District of Columbia, their aggregate loans, installments paid on shares, and total assets on June 30 each year 1914-36.
(Summaries of the assets and liabilities of the individual associations
on or about June 30, 1936, together with consolidated statements of
assets and liabilities and receipts and disbursements for the 6-month
periods ended Dec. 31, 1935, and June 30, 1936, are published in the
appendix of this report.)
[Figures for previous years published in report for 1931]
Number
of associations

Years

J u n e 30—
1914
1915
1916
1917
1918_
1919
1920
...
1921
1922
1923
1924
1925
1926
1927 _
1928
1929
1930
1931
1932
1933
1934
1935
1936

-

...
_
.

.._

_

_
_

.

_ .
.__

_
_

..

-.




20
20
19
19
20
20
21
24
22
23
23
24
22
22
22
22
24
24
26
28
28
28
28

Loans

$18,582,156
19, 524, 065
20,186, 662
20,951,089
21, 567,904
23,654,000
27,398,000
29, 520,000
33,233,000
36,157,000
38,968,000
42,482, 000
46,781,000
50,940,000
57, 505,000
63, 566,000
68,143,000
74,365,000
81,298,000
82,919,000
84,946,000
92,306,000
102,775,000

Installments
on shares

$17,113,899
17,866,337
18, 668,808
19,413, 266
20, 252,005
22, 463,000
25,373,000
27, 593,000
30, 506,000
32,858,000
35,452,000
38, 653,000
42, 794,000
47,887,000
53, 738,000
58,916,000
64,480,000
70, 244,000
76,773,000
78,308,000
83,871,000
90,710,000
99, 688,000

Total assets

$19.029, 260
20, 655, 614
21, 611,007
22, 264,005
23,215,027
25, 699,000
29,322,000
31, 683,000
34,879,000
37,589,000
40,467,000
43,977,000
48, 573,000
43,829,000
59,855,000
65,964,000
71, 629,000
77,992,000
84,991,000
88, 350,000
93,359,000
101,477,000
112, 602,000

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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

Credit Unions in the District oj Columbia
Since the enactment of the District of Columbia Credit Unions Act
on June 23, 1932, the following credit unions have been recommended
for approval by this office and licensed by the District Commissioners:
Adjutant General's Office Employees Credit Union of the District
of Columbia, licensed March 25, 1933. License renewed June 12,
1934, April 15, 1935, and April 8, 1936.
Agricultural Employees Credit Union of the District of Columbia,
licensed May 2, 1934. License renewed April 27, 1935, and April 27,
1936.
Armour Washington Credit Union of the District of Columbia,
licensed February 3, 1933. License renewed February 19, 1934,
February 9, 1935, and January 25, 1936.
Department of Commerce Credit Union of the District of Columbia,
licensed November 14, 1932. License renewed November 24, 1933,
November 6, 1934, and November 21, 1935.
Educational Employees Credit Union of the District of Columbia,
licensed March 2, 1933. License renewed March 19, 1934, February
20, 1935, and March 2, 1936.
F. C. A. Employees Credit Union of the District of Columbia,
licensed May 3, 1934. License renewed May 9, 1935, and May 5,
1936.
F. E. U. Local 262 Credit Union of the District of Columbia,
licensed November 25, 1932. License renewed December 11, 1933,
November 6, 1934, and November 18, 1935. ^
F. E. U. No. 105 Credit Union of the District of Columbia, licensed
November 29, 1932. License renewed December 11, 1933, January 4,
1935, and November 6, 1935.
F. E. U. No. 261 Credit Union of the District of Columbia, licensed
January 16, 1933. License renewed January 15, 1934, January 23,
1935, and January 4, 1936.
G, A. O. Employees' Credit Union of the District of Columbia,
licensed November 10, 1933. License renewed November 22, 1934,
and November 6, 1935.
Hotel Greeters' Credit Union of the District of Columbia, licensed
August 30, 1935. License renewed August 20, 1936.
In-Com-Co. Credit Union of the District of Columbia, licensed
January 16, 1933. License renewed December 29, 1933, February 25,
1935, and January 11, 1936.
Navy Department Branch of F. E. U. No. 2 Credit Union of the
District of Columbia, title changed to "Navy Department Employees Credit Union of the District of Columbia", licensed January 19,
1933. License renewed January 20, 1934, January 17, 1935, and
January 15, 1936.
Navy Yard Credit Union of the District of Columbia, licensed
March 27, 1933. License renewed April 4, 1934, April 17, 1935, and
March 30, 1936.
Police Credit Union of the District of Columbia, licensed August 30,
1935. License renewed August 31, 1936.
Post Office Department Employees Credit Union of the District
of Columbia, licensed April 2, 1934. License renewed April 19, 1935,
and April 8, 1936.




REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

139

Railway Mail Service Credit Union of the District of Columbia,
licensed October 17, 1932, as of July 5, 1932. License renewed
November 13, 1933, June 28, 1934, June 27, 1935, and June 25, 1936.
St. Anthony's Parish Credit Union of the District of Columbia,
licensed November 16, 1932. License renewed December 19, 1933,
November 22, 1934, and November 21, 1935.
Standards Credit Union of the District of Columbia, licensed
November 14, 1933. License renewed November 22, 1934, and
October 29, 1935.
Swift Employees Credit Union of the District of Columbia licensed
July 27, 1933. License renewed October 18, 1934, October 30, 1935,
and August 31, 1936.
Uniformed Fireman's Credit Union of the District of Columbia,
licensed December 18, 1933. License renewed November 27, 1934,
and December 2, 1935.
United States Department of Labor Employees Credit Union of the
District of Columbia, title changed to "Credit Union of the Employees
of the Department of Labor in the District of Columbia'', licensed
May 3, 1935. License renewed April 20, 1936.
Veterans' Administration Employees Credit Union of the District
of Columbia, licensed October 27, 1932. License renewed November
13, 1933, November 13, 1934, October 28, 1935, and October 26, 1936.
Washington Postal Employees Credit Union of the District of
Columbia, licensed February 7, 1933. License renewed April 23,
1934, March 7, 1935, and February 6, 1936.
Western Union Employees Credit Union of the District of Columbia,
licensed January 7y 1933. License renewed January 15, 1934, February 21, 1935, and February 17, 1936.
Summaries of the assets and liabilities of the individual credit
unions as of June 30, 1936, together with a consolidated statement of
assets and liabilities and receipts and disbursements for the 6-month
periods ended December 31, 1935, and June 30. 1936, are published
in the appendix of this report.
Export-import banks in the District of Columbia
Pursuant to Executive orders dated February 2, 1934, and March
9, 1934, two export-import banks were established in the District of
Columbia to commence business in 1934. These banks were incorporated under the provisions of title 5, chapter 9, section 261 of the
Code of Laws of the District of Columbia. One of the banks, the
Second Export-Import Bank of Washington, D. C , went into voluntary liquidation effective June 1, 1936, its business having been acquired by the Export-Import Bank of Washington. On March 26,
1936, the latter-named bank authorized an increase in its capital
stock from $11,000,000 to $21,000,000, by the issuance of 10,000
shares of preferred stock with a par value of $1,000 each. The
Reconstruction Finance Corporation purchased $7,000,000 of the
authorized increase on April 8, 1936.




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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

The statements following show the assets and liabilities of the active
bank on June 30, 1936, and like information for the two active exportimport banks on each of the three preceding call dates:
Assets and liabilities of the Export-Import Bank of Washington, June 30, 1936
ASSETS

Loans and discounts
Customers' liability account of acceptances
Furniture and
fixtures
Balances with other banks
Due from United States Treasurer
Other assets

$16, 834, 567.
16, 762.
2, 412.
9, 554.
1, 275, 782.
40, 600.

Total

70
07
64
31
63
69

18, 179, 680. 04
LIABILITIES

Acceptances executed by other banks for account of reporting
bank
Capital (par value):
Preferred
Common
Undivided profits, net
Total

16, 762. 07
17,000,000. 00
1, 000, 000. 00
162, 917. 97
18, 179, 680. 04

Assets and liabilities of export-import banks in District of Columbia at date of each
call from Nov. 1, 1935, to June 30, 1936
lln thousands of dollars]
1935

1936

June 30

Nov. 1

Number of banks

_

2

_

Dec. 31
2

2

1

$5,312
22
2
6,262
26

$4,242
49
3
5
7,342
28

$1, 490
54
2
5
10,130
16

$16,835
17
2
9
1,276
41

11, 624

11, 669

11, 697

18,180

22
6
403

49
1
400

54
2
400

17

10,000
1,250
157

10,000
1,250
181

10,000
1,250

17,000
1,000
163

11, 624

11,669

11,697

18,180

Mar. 4

ASSETS

Loans and discounts
_
Customers' liability account of acceptances
Furniture and fixtures
Balances with other banks
Due from United States Treasurer
Other assets
_
_
Total

_ _

___
LIABILITIES

Acceptances executed by other banks for account of reporting
banks
______
Interest, taxes, and other expenses accrued and unpaid
Other liabilities
_
_. — Capital (par value):
Preferred
__
Common
Undivided profits
_
Total
* Debit balance.

SAVINGS, BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS IN THE
UNITED STATES

Statistics relative to the 9,549 State-chartered building and loan
associations and the 985 Federal savings and loan associations in the
United States have been obtained through the courtesy of the secretary of the United States Building and Loan League, with headquarters at Cincinnati, Ohio, and are published in the following
statements:




Number of savings, building and loan associations, total membership, total assets, and mortgage loans, by States, 1935
Total membership
State

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
34.
35.
36.
37.

New Jersey
_
_
...
Ohio
Pennsylvania
Massachusetts
New York
_
Illinois.
CaliforniaWisconsin
_
Indiana
_
Maryland
Missouri..
_
Michigan
_
Kentucky
_
_
District of Columbia
Louisiana
Nebraska
_
Kansas
Texas
North Carolina
__
_
Oklahoma
_
_
Virginia
_._
Washington,..
Iowa
Minnesota
_
Rhode Island
_
_
Colorado
Utah
_
West Virginia
_
Connecticut
_
Maine
_
South CarolinaOregon
_._
Tennessee
_
New Hampshire
Alabama
_
Florida—
__
Delaware._
* Figures for State-chartered associations were estimated.
* Increase.




Number
of associations

1,514
739
2,696
218
288
838
200
205
248
912
237
80
178
28
103
92
157
185
192
81
97
75
96
85
8
63
21
69
54
36
102
39
57
31
44
100
43

Number

700,947
1, 367, 277
665,125
395,682
430,963
513, 795
281,246
196, 357
265,704
» 219,445
182,158
161, 385
152, 573
127,180
122,335
133, 671
101,283
106,610
79, 695
45,332
49,930
155,160
47,336
62,019
45, 688
33, 698
50,170
35, 483
30, 310
24,435
21,160
24,707
23,061
18, 291
24,626
14, 242
16, 000

Decrease
in year
92,144
408,934
111, 737
14, 278
23,163
267,210
37, 720
17, 521
27,910
44, 036
2 486

15, 896
26, 261
2 17, 336
22, 540
27, 203
31, 341
21,964
2 6, 325
33,855
1,673
17, 208
12,163
9,495
2
1, 672
15, 522
265
14, 769
13
2
187
2 4, 309
14, 868
4,959
2 2, 073
4,728
2
1, 813
1,950

Total assets

Amount

$948,171,829
761, 346,461
748, 736,155
460,756,334
354,658,879
347, 219,825
275,110,522
193, 217, 084
182, 797, 701
i 149, 790,946
135, 048, 304
125, 027,206
110, 040, 729
107,328, 000
103, 238,620
87,456,438
81,374,136
76,109,895
60, 285, 759
58, 720,470
42,616,574
40,936,685
37,884,196
35,114, 769
33, 294,158
31, 825, 675
28,027,105
25,469, 573
24,881, 893
22,805, 560
20, 525,199
19, 059, 706
17, 593, 786
17, 299,822
16, 826,945
15,339,311
12,866,658

Decrease in
year
$85,839,435
36, 669, 042
114,618, 560
17,679, 506
9, 772, 327
51,197,969
22,445,846
19, 202, 017
34,259, 288
22,025,719
19,885, 395
8,276, 200
12, 715,179
2 10,240, 000
23, 539, 897
14, 327, 549
10,440,380
10, 333,131
769, 029
13,277, 392
4, 048,434
16, 750, 902
2,183,984
360, 592
2
844,194
8, 566, 082
4, 769,909
6, 821, 810
2
320, 576
667,475
2
4, 042, 392
204,689
1, 246, 611
2
3,224,618
3,685, 747
2
4, 213, 853
1, 309,275

Total mortgage loans outstanding

Amount

$526,489,406
535, 555,447
505, 079,115
346, 640, 291
262,914,374
234, 596,454
151,706, 635
105, 316, 777
118, 516,183
1 104, 501,736
87,908, 240
63, 242,103
83,955,799
97,498, 000
62, 400, 656
56,418,172
46, 538,470
46,873, 041
48,764,342
35,435,120
32,846,870
27, 755, 203
27,664, 626
25, 308, 556
24,386,135
14,815,321
12, 217, 697
16,45.1,852
20, 951, 724
18,935,219
15,751,088
11,877,136
11,096,872
15, 310,945
7, 066, 217
9, 032,654
10, 227,486

Percent
to total
assets
55.5
70.3
67.5
75.2
74.1
67.6
55.1
54.5
64.8
69.8
65.1
50.6
76.3
2 90.8
60.4
64.5
57.2
61.6
80.9
60.3
77.1
67.8
73.0
2 72.1
2
73. 2
46.6
43.6
64.6
84.2
83.0
76.7
62.3
63.1
88.5
42.0
58.9
79.5

Decrease in
year
$141,324,205
69,976, 846
105,639,443
29, 086,484
13, 789,175
50,494, 752
17,771,126
25,326,682
30, 391, 218
24,419, 094
5,915,203
17,463, 375
17,839,108
2
10,326,000
13, 728,374
15, 523,975
4,919, 557
6,910,357
2
1,192, 735
3,410,672
2, 511, 224
5, 772, 834
2,055, 506
2 1, 310, 641
2
299, 512
9,155, 554
3,176, 017
5, 402, 500
152,000
1, 311, 746
2
3,512,370
1, 767,180
888, 535
* 2,543,610
1,990, 239
2
4, 430,714
1,005,425

Number of savings, building and loan associations, total membership, total assets, and mortgage loans, by States,

Total membership
Number
of associations

State

38
•39.
40
41.
42
43.
44.
45.
46
47.
48
49

Arkansas'
Montana Georgia
North Dakota—
Mississippi
New York
Vermont
South Dakota
New Mexico
Idaho
Nevada
Arizona
-

Total
50 Hawaii

.

.

.
___

_-

_

.
-

.

.
.

.

-

--_

Total
* Figures for State-chartered associations were estimated.
2
Increase.
3
Totals compiled from reports of 66 associations, 6 not available.




Number

Decrease
in year

Total assets

Amount

Decrease in
year

1935—Continued

Total mortgage loans outstanding

Amount

Percent
to total
assets

Decrease in
year

317

$12,210,164
11, 383, 302
10, 773, 050
9, 243,231
1 7,142,930
5,489,335
4,923,610
4,342, 952
3,948, 844
3,798,362
1,001,240
530, 572

$3,882,948
1,195,655
2 2, 755,931
810, 024
2 230, 895
1,124.360
237, 027
373, 674
45. 216
1,981,530
9,442
2,547

$7,179,004
7, 748, 217
9, 573, 096
6,263,158
1 4,816, 367
3,612,073
4, 0T6, 713
3, 017,420
2,976, 817
3,177, 750
488, 239
304, 961

58.8
68.1
88.9
67.8
67.4
65.8
81.6
69.5
75.4
83.7
48.8
57.5

$2,317,943
1,211,845
2 3,106,309
244,923
2 158,370
1,371,613
472,396
145,026
M44,968
557,135
80, 090
2 47,816

1,319, 762
817

5,883, 590,500
5,119,826

561,679, 335
34, 731

3, 875, 219, 777
3,677, 026

65.9
71.8

608,446, 332
192,110

1,320, 579

5, 888, 710, 326

561, 714, 066

3, 878, 896, 803

65.9

608, 638,442

72
17
61
24
48
11
14
20
23
12
5
3

10,465
12,356
16, 255
15,005
1 6,865
9,755
5,596
7,087
4,149
7,659
1,300
1,233

7,891
12,544
2,509
2,699
23
2,572
2 138
642
2 22
3,526

10, 521
13

7, 022,804
26, 763

10, 534

7, 049, 567

143

REPORT OP THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

Number, member ship, total assets, and mortgage loans of building and loan associations in the continental United States on or about Dec, 31, 1914 to 1935 1
[Amounts in thousands of dollars]

1914
1915.
1916
1917
1918
1919
1920
1921
19^22
1923
1924
1925
1926
1927 ._
1928
1929
1930
1931
1932
1933.
1934
1935___

Number of
members

Number of
associations

Year

6,616
6,806
7,072
7,269
7,484
7,788
8,633
9,255
10, 009
10,744
11,844
12,403
12,626
12,804
12, 666
12,342
11, 777
11, 442
10,997
10, 727
10,920
10, 534

-

_.-

Total assets

3,103,935
3,334,899
3, 568, 432
3,838,612
4, 011, 401
4, 289, 326
5,026, 781
5,809,888
6,364,144
7,202,880
8, 554,352
9,886,997
10,665, 705
11, 308, 061
11,995,905
12, 111, 209
12,350,928
11,338,701
10,114,792
9,224,105
8,370,146
7,049,567

Mortgage
loans outstanding

1,357,708
1,484,206
1, 598,628
1, 769,142
1,898, 344
2,126, 620
2,519,915
2,890,765
3,342, 531
3,942,940
4,765,937
5,509,176
6, 334,104
7,178, 562
8,016, 034
8, 695,154
8,828,612
8,417, 376
7, 750, 491
6,977, 532
6,450, 424
5,888, 710

(2)

(2)
(2)
(2)
(2)

8
8
(2)

5,085,010
5,852,690
6,584,818
7,267,005
7,790,835
7,764,035
7,209, 647
6,394,725
5, 518,700
4, 487,535
3,878,896

1 Includes the Territory of Hawaii beginning with the year 1930.
2 Not available.

Failures of building and loan associations, 1920-35

Year

1920
1921
1922
1923
1924
1925
1926
1927
1928 .
1929
1930
1931
1932
1933
19341
19351 .

_

Total
number of
associations
8,633
9,255
10, 009
10,744
11,844
12,403
12, 626
12,804
12,666
12,343
11, 777
11,442
10,997
10, 727
10,920
10, 534

Total assets

$2, 519, 914,971
2,890, 764, 621
3,342,530,953
3,942,939,880
4, 765,937,197
5, 509,176,154
6,334,103,807
7,178, 562,451
8,016,034,327
8,695,154,220
8,828,611,925
8,417,375,605
7,750,491,084
6,977,531,676
6,450,424,392
5,888,710,326

Number
failed

2
6
4
9
18
26
12
21
23
159
190
126
122
88
68
»239

Total liabilities of failed
associations

$80, 437, 508
61,908,529
52,818,387
215, 516,812
34,727,616
31,946, 235

Estimated
loss

$506
91,547
158,674
132,612
398,245
500,000
380, 725
1,013, 000
568,000
2,312, 626
24,676,059
22,327,842
20,337,255
43,954, 547
10,174, 442
15,782,068

Percent
of loss
to total
assets
0.00002
.0032
.0047
.0034
.0084
.0090
.0060
.0141
.0071
.0266
.2795
.2653
.2624
.6299
.1577
.2680

1
Includes savings and loan associations,
2 Located as follows: Alabama, 1; Arkansas, 4; California, 5; Illinois, 31; Indiana, 25; Kentucky, 1;
Louisiana, 1; Maryland, 1; Massachusetts, 3; Michigan, 1; North Carolina, 9; Oklahoma, 2; Pennsylvania,
147; South Carolina, 4; Tennessee, 3; and West Virginia, 1.




144

KEPOItT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY
MONEY IN THE UNITED STATES

Statements showing the stock of money in the United States in the
years ended June 30, 1914 to 1936, and the imports and exports of
merchandise, gold, and silver in the calendar years 1914 to 1935, and
the 9 months ended September 30, 1936, follow:
Stock of money in the United States, in the Treasury, in reporting banks, in Federal
Reserve banks, and in general circulation, years ended June 30, 1914 to 1986
In general circulation, exclusive of amounts held
Coin and Coin and other Coin and other Held by or for
money in Treas- money in report- Federal Reserve
by reporting banks,
other
ury as assetsJ
ing banks 2 banks and agents
Federal Reserve banks
Year ended money
and Treasury
in the
June 30—
United
States Amount Per- Amount Per- Amount Per- Amount PerPer
cent
cent
cent
cent capita
Millions Millions
1914
1915
1916
1917
1918
1919
.
1920
1921 . .
1922._
1923
1924_
1925
1926
1927
1928 .
1929
1930 ,
1931
1932
1933
1934
1935
1936

$3,797.8
4, 050.8
4, 541. 7
5, 678. 8
6,906. 2
7, 688. 4
8,158. 5
8,174. 5
8,276.1
8, 702. 8
8, 846. 5
8,299. 4
8,429. 0
8, 667. 3
8,118.1
8, 538. 8
8,306.6
9, 079. 6
9, 004. 4
10,078.4
13, 634,4
15,114. 0
17,402. 5

$338.4
348.2
299.1
269.7
363.5
585.1
490.7
463.6
406.1
386.5
359.4
363.9
353.2
350.9
351.3
373.1
247.2
254.9
278.2
314.5
2,955.9
2,865.9
2,496.4

Millions
8.91
8.60
6.59
4.75
5.27
7.61
6.01
5.67
4.91
4.44
4.06
4.38
4.19
4.05
4.33
4.37
2.98
2.81
3.09
3.12
21.68
18.96
14.35

$1, 630. 0
1,447.9
1,472. 2
1,487.3
882.7
981.3
1,047. 3
926.3
814.0
777.1
900.8
938.3
975.2
985.1
866.5
799.1
853.8
865.5
774.1
649.9
689.6
760.0
987.7

Millions
42.92
35.74
32.41
26.19
12.78
12.76
12.84
11.33
9.84
8.93
10.18
11.30
11.57
11.36
10.67
9.36
10.28
9.53
8.60
6.45
5.06
5.03
5.68

$383.0
593.3
1,342.7
2,061.0
2,226. 7
2,200.2
2,799.9
3,406.8
3,493. 0
3, 637.8
3,120. 3
3,190. 5
3,465.1
2,970.2
3,419.4
3, 537. 3
4,002. 7
3, 031.1
4,043. 2
5,305. 0
6,680.0
8, 664. 9

Millions
9.45
13.06
23.64
29.84
28.96
26.97
34.25
41.16
40.14
41.12
37.63
37.85
39.98
36.59
40.04
42.58
44.08
33.66
40.12
38.91
44.20
49.79

$1,829.4
1,871.7
2,177.1
2,579.1
3,599.0
3, 895.3
4,420.3
3,984.7
3, 649. 2
4,046. 2
3,948. 5
3,876.9
3,910.1
3,866.2
3,930.1
3,947. 2
3,668. 2
3,956. 5
4,921. 0
5,070.8
4,683.9
4,808.1
5, 253. 5

48.17
46.21
47.94
45.42
52.11
50.67
54.18
48.75
44.09
46.49
44.64
46.69
46.39
44.61
48.41
46.23
44.16
43.58
54.65
50.31
34.35
31.81
30.19

$18.46
18.56
21.24
24.74
33.97
36.67
41.50
36.71
33.18
36.20
34.69
33.58
33.35
32.57
32.72
32.47
29.76
31.87
39.41
40.32
37.03
37.79
40.89

1
Public money in national-bank depositories to the credit of the Treasurer of the United States not
included. 2 Money in banks of island possessions not included.

NOTE.—Population estimated at 113,818,432 in 1924; 115,469,094 in 1925; 117,227,000 in 1926; 118,719,000
in 1927; 120,104,000 in 1928; 121,546,198 in 1929; 123,250,000 in 1930; 124,135,800 in 1931; 124,881,806 in 1932;
125,753,206 in 1933; 126,485,606 in 1934; 127,233,106 in 1935; and 128,475,000 in 1936.

Imports and exports of merchandise, calendar years 1914 to 1935, inclusive, and
from Jan. 1 to Sept. 80, 1936
Imports of
merchandise
1914
1915
1916 _.
1917
1918
1919
1920
1921
1922
1923
1924
1925
1926
1927
1928
1929
1930
1931
1932
1933
1934
1935

._

.

_

1936 (9 months)
_
Total, 22 years and 9 months
1 Preliminary, subject to correction.




_

.-.

_

_

Exports of
merchandise

Excess of
exports over
imports

$1,789,276,001 $3,113,624,050
1,778,596, 695
3,554,670,847
2,391,635,335
5,482,641,101
2,952,465,955
6,226, 255, 654
3, 031,304,721
6,149,241,951
3,904,364,932
7,920,425,990
5, 278, 481,490
8,228,016,307
2,509,147,570
4,485,031,356
3,112,746,833
3,831,777,469
3, 792,065,963
4,167,493, 080
3,609,962, 579
4, 590,983,845
4, 226,589,263
4,909,847,511
4,430,888,000
4,808,660,000
4,184,742,000
4,865,375,000
4,091,444,000
5,128,356,000
4,399,361,000
5,240,995,000
3,060,908,000
3,843,181,000
2,090, 635,000
2,424,289,000
1,322,774,000
1,611,016,000
1,449,559,000
1,674,994,000
1,655,055,000
2,132,800,000
2,047,485,000
2,282,874,000
1 1,765, 570,000 1 1,732,496,000

$1,324,348,049
1,776,074,152
3,091,005,766
3,273,789,699
3,117,937,230
4,016,061, 058
2,949,534,817
1,975,883,786
719,030,636
375,427,117
981,021,266
683,258,248
377,772,000
680,633,000
1,036,912,000
841,634,000
782,273,000
333, 654,000
288,242,000
225,435,000
477,745,000
235,389,000
1 -33,074,000

68,875,058,337

29,529,986,824

98,405,045,161

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

145

Gold and silver imports and exports in periods indicated
GOLD

Imports

Exports

Excess of
exports over
imports

$57,387,741
451,954, 590
685,990, 234
552, 454, 374
62,042,748
76, 534,046
417,068, 273
691, 248, 297
275,169, 785
322, 715, 812
319, 720, 918
128,273,172
213, 504,000
207, 535,000
168,897,000
291,649,000
396,054,000
612,119,000
363,315, 000
193,197,000
1,186,671, 000
1, 740,979, 000
792,157, 000

1936 (9 months)
Total, 22 years and 9 months

$222,616,156
31,425,918
155,792,927
371,883,884
41,069,818
368,185,248
322,091,208
23, 891, 377
36,874,894
28, 643,417
61, 648, 313
262, 639. 790
115, 708, 000
201,455,000
560, 760, 000
116, 583, 000
115, 967, 000
466, 794,000
809, 528,000
366, 652, 000
52, 759, 000
1,960,000
27,191,000

$165,228,415

10, 206,636,990

1914
1915
1916
1917
1918
1919
1920
1921
1922
1923
1924
1925
1926
1927
1928
1929
1930
1931
1932
1933
1934
1935

4, 762,119, 950

1, 602, 777, 235

Excess of
imports over
exports

$420, 528,672
530,197,307
180,570,490
20, 972,930
291,651, 202
94,977,065
667,356,920
238,294.891
294,072, 395
258,072,605
134,366,618
97, 796,000
6,080,000
391,863,000
175,066,000
280,087,000
145,325,000
446, 213, 000
173, 455,000
1,133,912,000
1,739,019,000
764,966,000
7,047, 294,275

SILVER

Imports

1914
1915
1916
1917
._
1918
1919
1920
1921.,1922
1923
1924
1925
1926
1927
1928
1929
1930
1931
1932—'_
1933.1934
1935----

1936 (9 months)

. _
.

. .
.

__

.

-

Total, 22 years and 9 months




„..

Exports

Excess of
exports over
imports

$25,959,187
34,483, 954
32, 263, 289
53, 340, 477
71, 375, 699
89, 410,018
88, 060, 041
63, 242,671
70,806, 653
74,453. 530
73, 944,902
64,595, 418
69, 596,000
55,074, 000
68,117,000
63 940 000
42, 761, 000
28, 664,000
19, 650,000
60, 225, 000
102, 725, 000
354,531,000
149,168,000

$51, 603,060
53, 598,884
70, 595,037
84,130,876
252,846,464
239, 021,051
113, 616, 224
51, 575, 399
62, 807, 286
72,468,789
109,891,033
99,127, 585
92,258,000
75, 625,000
" 87,382,000
83 407 000
54,157,000
26, 485,000
13,850. 000
19,041,000
16, 551,000
18,801, 000
2, 050,000

$25, 643,873
19,114,930
38,331, 748
30, 790, 399
181,470, 765
149, 611,033
25, 556,183

1, 756, 386,839

1, 750,888,688

634, 338,229

Excess of
imports over
exports

-

$11,667,272
7,909,367
1,984,741

35,946,131
34, 532,167
22, 662,000
20, 551, 000
19, 265,000
19 467 000
11,396,000
2,179, 000
5,800,000
41,184,000
86,174,000
335, 730,000
147,118,000
639,836, 380

GOVERNMENTAL CORPORATIONS AND CREDIT AGENCIES OF THE UNITED STATES

The statement following shows the assets and liabilities of governmental corporations and credit agencies of the
United States as of September 30, 1936:
Assets and liabilities of governmental corporations and credit agencies, Sept. 30, 1986
[Based on compilation by U. S. Treasury Department from reports received from organizations concerned. In millions of dollars]
Financed wholly from Government funds
Reconstruction
Finance
Corporation

Commodity
Credit
Corporation

Public AgriculWorks
tural
Admin- credit
istrainstitution
tions

Financed partly from Government funds
Farm
mortgage

Other

institutions

Other
farmcredit
institutions

Home
mortgage
institutions

Total

Sept.
30,1936

Aug.
31,1936

6

540
759
2,870
2,936
617
1,204

549
751
2,898
2,934
620
1,194

738
878
2,765
2,922
707
1,148

Other

Sept.
30,1935

ASSETS

Loans and preferred stock:
Loans to financial institutions
Preferred stock, etc
Home-mortgage loans
farm-mortgage loans
Other agricultural loans
All other loans
-- Total loans and preferred stock
Cash
United States direct obligations
Obligations of Government credit agencies:
Fully a
guaranteed by U. S
Other
Production credit association, class A stock
Accounts and other receivables
All other assets
_ _ _.
. .
Total assets other than interagency 2




1

403
669

130
»90
2,870

0)
2,936

1
814
1,887
1

32
4
1,924

31

145
249

31
3
4

210

395
78
27

141
210

141

0)

4

0)
214

16
156

(0

15
27
75
2

157

2

0)

229
2,936
99
41

229
24
99

3,090
36
4

6
25
326

8,926
267
500

8,946
272
493

9,158
376
452

1
5

74

7

101

53
3 174

4
11

198
33
75
282
580

198
31
75
284
543

218
38
77
186
358

3,363

473

10,861

10,842

10,861

(2)

16
218

168
157

736

3,408

0)
430

LIABILITIES

Bonds, notes, and debentures:
Guaranteed by United States
Other 2
Other liabilities (including reserves)
Total liabilities other than interagency J
Excess of assets over liabilities, excluding interagency
transactions
Privately owned interests
_
U . S . Government interests

252
40

5

31

147

171
4

2,993
2
114

53

4,667
1,460
395

4,667
1,465
375

4,411
1,376
234

5

32

2,783

174

3,109

53

6,521

6,507

6,021

1,422

0)

72

0)

2 1 215

291

72

1,632

142

156

152

703

C24
162

256
3

254
31

420
157

4,340
353

4,335
354

4,840
357

1,632

142

156

152

703

462

253

222

264

3,987

3,981

4,483

» Less than $500,000.
Excludes $761,000,000 of Federal land-bank bonds held by Federal Farm Mortgage Corporation.
Shares of Federal savings and loan associations subscribed by HOLC, formerly included in "All other assets", are now classified in "Preferred stock, etc." "All other assets"
includes $49,000,000 of unclassified assets of Federal savings and loan associations.

3

2
3




o

o

3
H
O

3
o

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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY
RECONSTRUCTION FINANCE CORPORATION

The following reports were issued by the Reconstruction Finance
Corporation as of the close of business June 30, 1936.
Statement of condition of the Corporation as of the close of business June 30, 1936
ASSETS

Cash on deposit with Treasurer of United States
Funds held in suspense by custodian banks
Petty cash funds, travel and other advances
Allocated for expenses regional agricultural credit corporations prior to May 27, 1933 1
Allocated for expenses regional agricultural credit corporations since May 26, 1933 (under Farm Credit Administration) *
Allocated for Federal Emergency Relief Administration
(1933 Relief Act)
."
Allocated for Federal Emergency Relief Administration
(under Emergency Appropriation Act of 1935) 2
Allocated under Emergency Relief Appropriation Act of
1935 3
.
Allocated to Secretary of Treasury 4
Allocated to Secretary of Treasury 5
Allocated to Land Bank Commissioner 6__ $300, 000, 000. 00
Less: Reallocated to Federal Farm
Mortgage Corporation
55, 000, 000. 00
—
Allocated to Federal Farm Mortgage Corporation
Allocated to Federal Housing Administrator 7
Allocated to Secretary of Agriculture 8___ $200, 000, 000. 00
Less:
Reallocated as
capital regional agricultural credit corporations
$44,500,000.00
Reallocated to
Governor of
Farm Credit
Administration
40, 500, 000. 00
85, 000, 000. 00
•
Capital regional agricultural credit corporations
25, 000, 000. 00
Allocated for revolving fund (capital
regional agricultural credit corporations)
19, 500, 000. 00
—
Allocated to Governor, Farm Credit Administration _„
Stock, Commodity Credit Corporation—
Public, No. 489—purchased
Relief authorizations (1932 Act): Advances
to Governors of States and Territories,
proceeds disbursed
Interest on notes issued for funds for allocations and relief advances
Relief authorizations (1932 Act): Advances to municipalities and political
subdivisions including Puerto Rico, proceeds disbursed (less repayments)
See footnotes at end of table.




$5, 673, 095. 41
216, 617. 58
18, 485. 00
3, 108, 413. 80
13, 268, 500. 00
500, 000, 000. 00
500, 000, 000. 00
500, 000, 000. 00
124, 741, 000. 00
200, 000, 000. 00

245, 000, 000. 00
55, 000, 000. 00
44, 000, 000. 00

115,000,000.00

44, 500, 000. 00
40, 500, 000. 00
97, 000, 000. 00
280, 025, 518. 00'
19, 885, 322. 67

16, 388, 953. 00

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

149

Statement of condition of the Corporation as of the close of business June 30, 1986—

Continued
ASSETS—continued

Loans under sec. 5:
Proceeds disbursed (less repayments):
Banks and trust companies 9
$258, 286, 781. 64
Credit unions
300, 700. 16
9
Building and loan associations __
4, 026, 404. 33
Insurance companies.
5, 114, 664. 40
Federal land banks
33, 538, 159. 60
Joint-stock land banks
1, 511, 965. 96
Livestock credit corporations
934, 594. 83
9
Mortgage loan companies
123, 175, 249. 54
Agricultural credit corporations..
681, 300. 02
Railroads (including receivers) _ _ 388, 432, 053. 98
State funds for insurance of deposits of public moneys
1, 821, 513. 36
Fishing industry
602, 916. 68
•
$818, 426, 304. 50
Proceeds not yet disbursed:
9
Banks and trust companies
64, 494, 377. 41
Building and loan associations 9_
750, 000. 00
9
Mortgage loan companies
99, 439, 655. 10
Railroads (including receivers) _ _ 110, 205, 067. 00
Fishing industry
63, 600. 00
274, 952, 699. 51
Loans to industrial and commercial business:
Proceeds disbursed (less repayments)
.
52, 650, 632. 37
Proceeds not yet disbursed
35, 716, 500. 30
Loans to mining, milling, and smelting business:
Proceeds disbursed (less repayments)
691, 000. 00
Proceeds not yet disbursed
7, 762, 500. 00
Loans on assets of closed banks—sec. 5e:
Proceeds disbursed (less repayments)
,_1, 476, 329. 13
Proceeds not yet disbursed
59, 844. 90
Loans and contracts for self-liquidating projects:
Proceeds disbursed (less repayments) (par $162,893,229) _
160, 723, 786. 81
Proceeds not yet disbursed (par $101,623,000)
101, 110, 419. 26
Loans for repair or reconstruction of property damaged by
earthquake, etc.:
Proceeds disbursed (less repayments)
9, 544, 729. 62
Proceeds not yet disbursed
3, 689, 971. 07
Loans under sec. 201c, for financing sale of agricultural surpluses in foreign markets: Proceeds disbursed (less repayments)
46, 895. 99
Loans for financing the carrying and orderly marketing of agricultural commodities and livestock produced in the United
States:
Proceeds disbursed (less repayments)
163, 731, 673. 01
Proceeds not yet disbursed
192, 817, 702. 27
Loans to drainage, levee, and irrigation districts:
Proceeds disbursed (less repayments)
56, 114, 007. 81
Proceeds not yet disbursed
65, 381, 481. 01
Loans to public-school authorities: Proceeds not yet disbursed
856, 300. 00
Loans secured by preferred stock, insurance companies: Proceeds disbursed (less repayments)
29, 980, 615. 19
Loans secured by preferred stock, banks and trust companies:
Proceeds disbursed (less repayments)
15, 881, 901. 85
Stock, mortgage companies, sec. 5c:
Purchased
10, 000, 000. 00
Subscription authorized
2, 000, 000. 00
Preferred stock, banks and trust companies:
Purchased (less retirements)
583, 572, 638. 98
Subscriptions authorized
23, 887, 500. 00
See footnotes at end of table.
109487—37
11




150

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

Statement of condition of the Corporation as of the close of business June 30, 1986—

Continued
ASSETS—continued
Preferred stock, insurance company: Purchased
Capital notes and debentures, banks and trust companies:
Purchased (less retirements)
Subscriptions authorized
Purchases of securities from Federal Emergency Administration of Public Works:
Purchases consummated (less sales)
Purchases authorized but not yet consummated
Advances for care and preservation of collateral:
Proceeds disbursed (less repayments)
Proceeds not yet disbursed
Collateral purchased (cost plus advances and expenses)
Accrued interest and dividends receivable
Reimbursable expense
Furniture and fixtures
$759, 217. 38
Less allowances for depreciation
222, 301. 73
Miscellaneous disbursements
Total

$100, 000. 00
222, 249, 475. 00
58, 620, 000. 00
134, 170, 000. 00
49, 704, 500. 00
356, 064. 46
1, 362, 284. 65
2, 961, 987. 88
38, 843, 882. 14
666, 021. 37
536, 915. 65
251, 033. 18
5, 925, 223, 503. 37

LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL

Payable on certificate of Federal Emergency Relief Administrator (1933 Relief Act)
Payable to Secretary of the Treasury 4
Payable to Land Bank Commissioner 6
Callable by Farm Credit Administration for expenses of
regional agricultural credit corporations 10
Payable for capital regional agricultural credit corporations.
Liability for funds held as cash collateral
Liability for funds held as cash collateral—Commodity Credit
Corporation
Liability for funds held for other agencies
Proceeds not yet disbursed:
Loans under sec. 5
Loans to industrial and commercial business
Loans to mining, milling, and smelting business
Loans on assets of closed banks, sec. 5e
Loans and contracts for self-liquidating projects
Loans for repair or reconstruction of property damaged
by earthquake, etc
Loans for financing the carrying and orderly marketing
of agricultural commodities and livestock produced in
the United States
Loans to drainage, levee, and irrigation districts
Loans to public-school authorities
Advances for care and preservation of collateral
Subscription authorizations:
Stock, mortgage companies, sec. 5c
Preferred stock, banks and trust companies
Capital notes and debentures, banks and trust companies
Purchases of securities from Federal Emergency Administration of Public Works authorized
Cash receipts not allocated pending advices
Miscellaneous liabilities (including suspense)
Liability for funds held pending adjustment
Liability for deposit with bids
Unearned discount
Interest paid in advance
Interest and dividend refunds and rebates payable
Interest accrued
_
See footnotes at end of table.




4, 829. 54
25, 399, 000. 00
97, 400, 000. 00
2, 162, 070. 57
19, 500, 000. 00
252, 474. 32
3, 000, 000. 00
1, 030, 017. 69
274, 952, 699. 51
35, 716, 500. 30
7, 762, 500. 00
59, 844. 90
101, 110, 419. 26
3, 689, 971. 07
192, 817, 702. 27
65, 381, 481. 01
856, 300. 00
1, 362, 284. 65
2, 000, 000. 00
23, 887, 500. 00
58, 620, 000. 00
49, 704, 500. 00
3, 935, 269. 04
21, 515, 856. 20
203. 35
2, 920. 00
242, 061. 99
121, 015. 34
69, 807. 72
8, 261, 061. 66

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

151

Statement of condition of the Corporation as of the close of business June SO, 1936—
Continued
LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL—continued
Deferred credits:
Profits from sale of securities purchased
from other governmental agencies
(net)
$7, 664, 443. 47
Collections on collateral purchased
1, 382, 216. 71
Income on collateral purchased
267, 104. 24
Other
176, 764. 89
$9, 490, 529. 31
Notes, series H, J, and K
4, 281, 629, 666. 67
Capital stock
500, 000, 000. 00
Surplus Dec. 31, 1935 (adjusted)
$115, 576, 061. 71
Reserve for self insurance
150, 000. 00
115,726,061.71
Interest and dividends earned less interest and expenses (Jan. '
1, 1936, through June 30, 1936)
17,558,955.29
Total

5, 925, 223, 503. 37

1 Sec. 201 (e) of the Emergency Relief and Construction Act of 1932 provides that all expenses incurred in
connection with the operation of the regional agricultural credit corporations shall be paid by the Reconstruction Finance Corporation. Under the provisions of this act the Corporation has allocated $16,376,897.63
for2 such expenses.
Title II of the "Emergency Appropriation Act, fiscal year 1935", approved June 19, 1934, provides:
«* * * That not exceeding $500,000,000 in the aggregate of any savings or unobligated balances in funds
of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation may, in the discretion of the President, be transferred and
applied to the purposes of the Federal Emergency Relief Act of 1933 and/or title II of the National Industrial Recovery Act, * * *." Under this act $500,000,000 has been transferred to the Federal Emergency
Relief Administration.
s The Emergency Relief Appropriation Act of 1935, approved Apr. 8, 1935, provides; "That in order to
provide relief, work relief, and to increase employment by providing for useful projects, there is hereby
appropriated, * * * to be used in the discretion and under the direction of the President, to be immediately available and to remain available until June 30, 1937, * * * not exceeding $500,000,000 in the
aggregate of any savings or unexpended balances in funds of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation;
* 4 * *." $500,000,000 has been disbursed by the Corporation under these provisions of the act.
Sec. 2 of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation Act, as amended, provides that "in order to enable
the Secretary of the Treasury to make payments upon stock of Federal Home Loan banks subscribed for
by him in accordance with the Federal Home Loan Bank Act, the sum of $125,000,000, or so much thereof
as may be necessary for such purpose, is hereby allocated and made available to the Secretary of the Treasury * * *." The amount of such stock subscribed for by the Secretary of the Treasury is $124,741,000.
fi Sec. 4-b of the Home Owners' Loan Act of 1933, provides that to enable the Secretary of the Treasury
to make payments for subscriptions by him to the capital stock of the Home Owners' Loan Corporation
the Reconstruction Finance Corporation shall allocate and make available to the Secretary of the Treasury
the sum of $200,000,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary. The amount of such stock subscribed for
by the Secretary of the Treasury is $200,000,000 and this amount has been paid to him.
fl Sec. 30 (a) of the Emergency Farm Mortgage Act of 1933, as amended, made $100,000,000 available to the
Farm Loan (now Land Bank) Commissioner for loans to joint-stock land banks, of which $2,600,000 has
been paid to him. Sec. 32 of the same act made $200,000,000 available to the Farm Loan (now Land Bank)
Commissioner for direct loans to farmers of which $145,000,000 was paid to the Land Bank Commissioner
and the remainder, $55,000,000, reallocated and paid to the Federal Farm Mortgage Corporation under sec.
3 of the Federal Farm Mortgage Corporation Act.
7 Sec. 4 of the National Housing Act provides that "the Reconstruction Finance Corporation shall make
available to the Administrator such funds as he may deem necessary." Pursuant to this act $44,000,000
has been paid to the Federal Housing Administrator.
s Sec. 2 of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation Act, as amended, made available to the Secretary of
Agriculture $200,000,000. Of this amount $135,000,000 was paid to him of which $20,000,000 was returned
to the Corporation. Of the $85,000,000 then held by the Corporation $44,500,000 was reallocated and disbursed as capital of the regional agricultural credit corporations (sec. 201 (e) Emergency Relief and Construction Act of 1932). The remainder, $40,500,000, was made available and has been paid to the Governor
of the Farm Credit Administration, pursuant to the provisions of sec. 5 (a) (1) of the Farm Credit Act
of 1933.
9 Loans under sec. 5 of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation Act, as amended, to aid in the reorganization or liquidation of closed institutions have been authorized in the aggregate amount of $1,236,249,003.91,
of which $273,845,230.83 has been canceled. After taking into consideration repayments of $750,857,634.60,
items (10) of the balance sheet include the balance of $140,563,266.88, representing proceeds disbursed (less
repayments) and $70,982,871.60, representing proceeds not yet disbursed, exclusive of a loan of $25,000
approved in principle upon the performance of specified conditions.
w Represents undisbursed portion of estimated expenses of the regional agricultural credit corporations
or the fiscal year ending June 30, 1937.




152

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

In addition to loans and other authorizations reflected on the statement of condition, the Corporation has approved in principle, upon
the performance of specified conditions, loans in the amount of
$125,696,234.97, purchases of preferred stock and debentures in the
amount of $36,705,730.41, and purchase of stock of a mortgage company in the amount of $10,000,000. The Corporation has also agreed
to purchase from the Federal Emergency Administration of Public
Works, at par and accrued interest, such part of securities having
aggregate par value of $15,348,000 as may be available for delivery.
Under the provisions of section 5 (b) of an act approved June 16,
1934 (Public, No. 362, 73d Cong.), the Corporation is required to
purchase debentures or other obligations of the Federal Deposit
Insurance Corporation, upon its request, up to but not exceeding
$250,000,000. The Corporation has not been called upon to purchase
any such obligations.
This statement of condition does not take into consideration expenditures incurred but not paid by the Corporation at the close of business
June 30, 1936, nor income of regional agricultural credit corporations
whose capital stock was subscribed by the Corporation.




Loans to aid in the reorganization or liquidation of closed banks and trust companies from Feb. 2, 1932, to June 30, 1936, inclusive, by States
(includes loans to receivers, liquidating agents, and conservators, and loans through mortgage loan companies to aid in the reorganization or
liquidation of closed banks, under sec. 5 of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation Act, as amended; and loans on the assets of closed banks
and trust companies under sec. 5e of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation Act, as amended)
Banks and trust companies
National

State
Amount
authorized
Alabama—
_
Arizona.-.
Arkansas
CaliforniaColorado.Connecticut
District of ColumbiaFlorida
__
Georgia
Idaho
IllinoisIndiana
Iowa...
Kansas
Kentucky.
___
Louisiana
Maine.._
Maryland
_.
Massachusetts
_
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri.
Montana
Nebraska
_
Nevada
__
_
New Hampshire
New Jersey
New Mexico.._
_
New York
North Carolina
North Dakota




Amount withdrawn or canceled

$1,173,300.00
217,000. 00
1, 730, 200.00
13, 923, 794. 99
1,867,950. 20

$256,002. 20
62,000.00
238, 201. 29
2, 586, 793. 37
364,419. 63

14, 726, 526. 31
1,866, 300.00
513,800.00
3, 628,400.00
35, 772,012. 96
20, 673, 939.92
11,401,002. 20
2,271 700.00
8,843, 350.00
336, 300.00
10, 729, 500.00
3, 356,900.00

1,448,307.04
672,900.00
197, 631. 45
329, 606. 73
7,027, 269. 69
3,090, 561. 65
2,105,071.07
595,017.40
1, 497,168.86
212,000.00
327,035.32
461, 775. 59
2,255,337.02
41,678,473.11
469, 559.39
496, 600.00

9,033, 200.00
258, 712,465. 59
2, 524, 947.13
2, 866,000.00
7, 926, 500.00
465, 200. 00
1, 428, 400.00
430,000.00

23,374, 220. 91
65,000.00
42,779,593.35
6,759, 800.00
2, 534,264.68

All others
Amount
disbursed
$790,897.80
149,400.00
1,398, 698. 71
11,068.001. 62
1,413,430. 57

Amount
authorized

Amount withdrawn or cani
celed

$5,107,812. 46 $2, 703, 267.89
247, 500. 00
117,198. 27
8, 353, 371. 60 3, 560,006. 32
293,443. 90
3, 366, 681.44
71, 500.00
2, 951. 70
3,196,000.00
540, 234. 48

12, 222,192. 96
3,024,308. 48
1,145, 796.18
4. 955,972. 27
2,022, 573.18
309,168. 55
4, 562,195.48
3, 264,193. 27
26, 642,513. 27 29,001, 529. 81
8, 864,197.10
5,359,924. 85
15,871, 778. 27
2,375, 937.06
7, 430, 700. 00 1,098,168. 76
9,046,708.75
1, 377,300.00
1, 616,832.60
508, 96S. 25
6,360,681.14
395, 533. 69
1, 218,858. 87
105,000.00
7, 513, 646. 35
37,019,646. 91
9,962,164.68 31,858. 776. 50
3,374,615. 84
2 778,824. 41 10,269,024.00
1, 683, 922. 70
6 648, 362. 98 18, 756, 490. 86 1,956,486.01
213,113, 543. 39 48, 655,132. 26 16, 593, 806. 32
1,943,611.60
2,370, 467. 20
3,130,100.00
956, 326. 95
2, 233, 700.00 4,618, 559. 94
1,829,102. 75
6,654. 741. 32 8, 427, 731.07
2,120, 258.68
334,800.00
76, 386. 34
576,000.00
115,700.00
1.073,592.89
772, 317. 57
2, 368, 753. 43
271,201.82
'350,000.00
199, 568. 21
1,251,058.00
43,100.00
500,000.00
39, 597.69
5, 241,145. 56 16,463,975. 35
9, 234,000.00
4, 514, 574. 59
39,200.00
25,800.00
413.473. 54
34,996. 50
5, 313,885. 78 35,242,105. 29 16,803,869. 54
6, 909,996.15
1,579,892.11
4, 788,307.89
7,284,317. 52
4, 249, 393. 52
912,182.14
1,616,882.54
52,079.30
12,247.68

O

Total
Amount
disbursed
$2,404, 544. 57
130, 301. 73
4, 793, 365. 28
3,073, 237. 54
68, 548. 30
2, 655, 765. 52
1,931, 663. 79
2, 530, 332. 42
16, 508,650.85
2, 964, 608. 30
6, 332, 531. 24
853,331. 75
823, 325.18
28, 774, 619. 23
28, 484,160.66
8, 582, 737. 78
16, 758, 586. 89
28, 723, 599.18
759, 632. 80
3, 662, 232. 99
6, 464. 933.18
499, 613. 66
1, 596,435. 86
1,061, 489. 79
460, 402. 31
4,069,425. 41
378, 477. 04
9,893,873. 39
2,694,924.00
39,831. 62

Amount
authorized
$6, 281,112. 46
464, 500.00
10,083, 571. 60
17,290,476. 43
1, 939, 450. 20
3,196,000.00
14, 726, 526. 31
6,822, 272. 27
5,075, 995. 48
3, 628,400.00
64, 773, 542. 77
26, 033,864. 77
18,831, 702. 20
3,649,000.00
10,062, 208. 87
37, 355,946. 91
42, 588, 276. 50
13, 625,924.00
27, 789, 690.86
307,367, 597. 85
5,655,047.13
7,484,559. 94
16,354,231.07
1,041, 200. W
3, 797,153. 43
1, 691,058.00
500,000.00
32,608, 220. 91
478, 473. 54
59, 583, 462. 89
14,044,117.52
2,586, 343. 98

Amount withdrawn or canceled

Amount
disbursed

$3,195,442. 37
$2, 959, 270.09
279, 701. 73
179,198. 27
6,192,063. 99
3, 798, 207. 61
14,141,239.16
2,880, 237. 27
1, 481.978.87
367,371. 33
2, 655,765. 52
540, 234. 48
12, 222,192. 96
1,448,307.04
3,077,459. 97
3,697, 208. 48
2,220, 204. 63
2,839, 500. 97
3,264,193. 27
329, 606. 73
43,151,164.12
15,891,466. 79
18,836, 386.57
5,466,498. 71
15,379, 239. 99
3, 203,239.83
2,470,164. 35
1,103,985. 65
7,184, 006. 32
1, 892, 702. 55
7, 725, 646. 35 28,879, 619. 23
3, 701, 651.16 38, 446,325. 34
11,361, 562.19
2,145, 698. 29
23, 406,949. 87
4, 211, 823.03
58, 272, 279. 43 241, 837,142. 57
2, 703, 244.40
2,840,026. 59
5,895,932. 99
1, 452,926.95
12,119,674. 50
3,949,361.43
834,413.66
192,086.34
2, 670,028. 75
1,043,519.39
1,411,489.79
242,668.21
460,402.31
39, 597.69
20, 533, 400. 76
9, 755,720.15
417, 677.04
60, 796. 50
12, 223.881.93
45,135, 978.68
5,829, 285. 63
7,483,231. 89
924,429.82
1, 656, 714.16

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Loans to aid in the reorganization or liquidation of closed banks and trust companies from Feb. 2, 1982, to June SO, 1936, inclusive, by States
{includes loans to receivers, liquidating agents, and conservators, and loans through mortgage loan companies to aid in the reorganization or
liquidation of closed banks, under sec. 5 of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation Act, as amended; and loans on the assets of closed banks
and trust companies under sec. 5e of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation Act, as amended)—Continued
Banks and trust companies
National

State
Amount
authorized

Amount withdrawn or canceled

Ohio
Oklahoma
Oregon.
Pennsylvania . . .
Rhode Island...
South CarolinaSouth D a k o t a . . .
Tennessee
Texas._
_.
Utah...
Vermont
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia...
Wisconsin
Wyoming

$13,797, 664. 07
2,186, 286. 60
2,652,800. 00
73,612, 000.15

$2,490, 229. 27
869,831. 84
194, 015.19
15, 756,825. 39

5, 201, 680.14
1, 204,916. 90
16, 753, 843. 68
5, 502, 434.14
39,500. 00
1, 244,800. 00
2,146,100. 00
8, 057, 700. 00
7,921, 084.16
6, 950, 721. 08

674,412.37
212,129. 73
783,179. 72
813, 682. 98
4, 500. 00
197,600. 71
301, 434. 96
726, 510.11
709,993.37
1, 336,166. 26

Total

639,203,099.16

107, 065, 408.80




All others
Amount
disbursed

Amount
authorized

Amount withdrawn or canceled

Total
Amount
disbursed

$10, 543,934.80 $217,315, 269.81
1, 200,154. 76
769,918. 00
2, 261, 032. 16
665,000. 00
52,637, 567. 74
47, 375, 479. 65
920,841. 54
3,821, 567. 77
2, 264, 763.16
907, 258.19
1, 039, 257. 70
15, 634, 063. 96
992,875.64
8, 737, 503. 25
4, 506, 487. 59
4, 053, 901.87
35, 000. 00
969,699. 29
5, 320, 500. 00
1, 541, 065. 04
9,214,516.19
5, 758,489.89
4, 717, 256. 00
6,691,990. 79
6, 632, 006. 05
5, 262, 754.82
185, 500. 00

$30, 687, 634. 22 $158,384,499. 72
331, 597. 66
437,836. 08
498,897.70
1, 102. 30
23, 499, 246. 28
22,545, 549. 92
771,124. 71
149, 716. 83
263, 153. 31
2, 001,609. 85
715, 909.97
323,347. 73
539, 733. 70
453,141.94
738,165. 04
4,999, 338. 21
2,175,529.98
1,878,371.89
593, 683.10
1,653,154. 05
2, 021,907.83
4, 594, 939. 76
185, 500. 00

2, 976,816. 90
7, 561,362.14
2,668, 388. 72
1,887, 066. 29

505,420,172.83

145,897, 757. 54

396, 209, 992. 00

585, 682, 948. 51

Amount
authorized

Amount withdrawn or canceled

Amount
disbursed

$231,112,933.88
2, 956, 204. 60
3, 317,800. 00
120,987,479. 80
920, 841. 54
7,466,443. 30
2, 244,174. 60
17, 746, 719. 32
14, 239,937.39
4, 093, 401.87
1,244,800.00
7, 466,600. 00
17, 272, 216.19
12, 638, 340.16
13, 582, 727.13
185,500. 00

$33,177,863. 49
1, 307,667.92
195,117. 49
38, 302,375. 31
149, 716.83
937, 565. 68
928,039. 70
1, 322,913. 42
1, 551,848. 02
2,180,029. 98
197,600. 71
895,118.06
2, 379,664.16
2, 731, 901. 20
5, 931,106. 02
185,500. 00

$168,928,434. 52
1, 531, 752. 42
2,759,929.86
76,136,814.02
771,124. 71
5,823,177.62
1, 230,605.92
16, 087,205.90
9,505,825.80
1,913,371.89
969,699. 29
4, 517,881.94
13,319,852.03
9, 360, 379. 51
7,149,821.11

1,224,886, 047.67

252, 963,166.34

901, 630,164.83

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FARM CREDIT ADMINISTRATION

The statement following shows the assets and liabilities of the Farm
Credit Administration as of September 30, 1936:
Consolidated statement of condition, Sept. 30, 1936
ASSETS

Loans and discounts:
Agricultural credit corporations
$619, 273. 81
Real-estate mortgages
2,2 936, 233, 112. 86
Crop, livestock, and commodities. _
374, 612, 554. 12
Cooperative associations
105, 254, 824. 94
Joint-stock land banks
243, 660. 84
Other—stabilization
68, 012, 072. 84
Purchase money mortgages and real-estate sales contracts. _
Accrued interest receivable
Accounts and other receivables
Cash:
With U. S. Treasury
90, 393, 799. 38
On hand and in banks
55, 741, 950. 95
In trust funds
4, 972, 872. 52
Investments:
United States securities
F. F. M. C. bonds
F. F. L. bonds
P. C. A. class A stock
F. I. C. B. debentures
Other investments

$3, 484, 975, 499. 41
63, 607, 205. 49
2
105, 048, 405. 58
5, 651, 078. 41

143, 580, 446. 75
89, 989, 535. 30
787,748,040.00
74, 919, 350. 00
4, 754, 519. 54
43, 585. 90 3

Real estate and business property:
Banking house and equipment
Stores and supplies
Real estate and other property held
for sale

151, 108, 622. 85

1, 101, 035, 477. 49

6, 436, 666. 79
46, 096. 64
143, 410, 122. 44

Other assets
Total assets other than interagency
Interagency assets:
Due from governmental corporations or agencies
Allocations from R. F. C

149, 892, 885. 87
8, 315, 913. 83
5, 069, 635, 088. 93

29, 572, 792. 20
123, 700, 070. 57

Total, all assets

153, 272, 862. 77
5, 222, 907, 951. 70

LIABILITIES

Bonds, notes, and debentures:
F. F. M . C. bonds
F. F. L. bonds
F. I. C. B. debentures
Accrued interest payable:
Guaranteed by United States
Less cash deposited with Treasurer
United States for payment of
matured interest

1, 422, 184, 500. 00
1, 975, 735, 700. 00
170, 590, 000. 00
3
—
3,568, 510, 200. 00

Net
Not guaranteed by United States. _
1
2

21, 136, 393. 78
9, 442, 820. 23
11, 693, 573. 55
22, 588, 534. 92

2 34, 282, 108. 47

Does not include P. C. A. loans not discounted with F. I. C. B.
Includes accrued interest on F. F. M. C. bonds, F. F. L. bonds, and F. I. C. B. debentures held by
banks and corporations under the supervision of the F. C. A.
3 Includes F. F. M. C. bonds, F. F. L. bonds, and F. I. C. B. debentures held by banks and corporations
under the supervision of the F. C. A.




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Consolidated statement of condition, Sept. 80, 1986—Continued

Other liabilities:
Deferred income
Other indebtedness

LIABILITIES—continued

$5, 972, 262. 13
32, 417, 314. 76

Reserves:
For uncollectible items
Other operating reserves

189, 398, 537. 95
36, 730, 058. 57

$38, 389, 576. 89
226, 128, 596. 52

Total liabilities other than interagency
3, 867, 310, 481. 88
Interagency liabilities: Due to governmental corporations or
agencies
46, 096, 417. 51
Capital and surplus:
Capital (including appropriations
and funds)
1, 083, 957, 393. 97
Paid-in surplus
164, 869, 341. 78
Undivided profits
15, 568, 475. 25
1, 264, 395, 211. 00
Surplus reserves:
Legal reserves
32,061,678.31
Other—contingent
13, 044, 163. 00
45, 105, 841. 31
Total, all liabilities

5, 222, 907, 951. 70

NOTE.—This statement does not include assets directly held by the national farm loan associations.

Federal land banks

The statement following shows the condition of the 12 Federal land
banks as of June 30, 1936, taken from report compiled by the Farm
Credit Administration:
Consolidated statement June 80, 1986
ASSETS

Mortgage loans, less matured principal unpaid
$2, 063, 479, 322. 09
Extensions, less reserves
23, 626, 368. 64
Delinquent installments, less partial payments, delinquent
installments and reserves
7, 743, 244. 18
Accounts receivable (tax advances, insurance advances, etc.)_
5, 251, 072. 82
Purchase-money mortgages and contracts
60, 035, 408. 91
Cash
35, 895, 370. 40
Deposits with the Treasurer of the United States for matured
or called obligations
* 14, 179, 705. 77
Due from Secretary of the Treasury (interest reductions and
paid-in surplus)
13, 000, 190. 81
U. S. Government obligations, direct and fully guaranteed. _
41, 325, 934. 25
Other bonds and securities
62, 866. 90
Accrued interest receivable (not yet due)
32, 623, 354. 25
Real estate owned, less reserve
77, 198, 039. 77
Sheriffs' certificates, judgments, etc., less reserve
25, 363, 654. 70
Loans called for foreclosure, less reserve
32, 632, 343. 40
Banking houses, furniture, fixtures, equipment, etc., less reserves for depreciation
6, 035, 067. 12
Prepaid and deferred expense
183, 669. 18
Discount on farm-loan bonds sold
7, 974, 769. 25
Other assets
1,080,606. 68
Total
1

2, 447, 690, 989. 12

Includes amounts deposited in anticipation of bonds called for payment and bond interest maturing
July 1, 1936.




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Consolidated statement June 30, 1936—Continued
LIABILITIES

Farm-loan bonds outstanding, less bonds held by banks
$1, 964, 448, 160. 00
Matured obligations (farm-loan bonds including interest)
12, 482, 316. 50
Notes payable
33, 942, 302. 15
Accrued interest payable (not yet due)
22, 254, 876. 29
Deferred proceeds of loans
1, 970, 397. 86
Accounts payable
802, 357. 49
Dividends declared but unpaid
235, 929. 32
Trust accounts
7, 613, 232. 40
Advance installment payments
1, 642, 163. 16
Partial payments on extensions, purchase-money mortgages,
contracts, etc
.
1, 565,246. 57
Other liabilities
1, 685, 127. 36
Deferred income
4, 883, 440. 52
Insurance reserve, bank-owned farm improvements
235, 752. 38
Capital stock
.
238, 196, 842. 50
Paid-in surplus
111, 870, 793. 77
Legal reserve
32, 061, 678. 31
Reserve for contingencies
11, 134, 624. 96
Undivided profits
665, 747. 58
Total

2, 447, 690, 989. 12
Federal Farm Mortgage Corporation

The statement following shows the condition of the Federal Farm
Mortgage Corporation as of June 30, 1936, taken from report compiled
by the Farm Credit Administration:
Statement of condition June 80, 1936
ASSETS

Mortgage loans
$827, 248, 383. 07
Accounts receivable
206, 788. 51
Purchase-money mortgages and contracts
142, 347. 42
Cash with the Treasurer of the United States
40, 482, 258. 83
Deposits with the Treasurer of the United States for matured
bond interest
1, 153, 968. 28
Securities owned
761, 629, 840. 00
Accrued interest receivable (not yet due)
20, 432, 503. 85
Real estate owned, less mortgages not assumed and reserve
558, 335. 69
Sheriffs' certificates, judgments, etc., less mortgages not
assumed and reserve
482, 759. 57
Loans called for foreclosure, less mortgages not assumed and
reserve
1, 689, 280. 11
Furniture, fixtures, and equipment
•.
1. 00
Deferred expense (unamortized discount on bonds sold and
unamortized premium on Federal intermediate credit bank
debentures)
1, 113, 316. 33
Other assets
1, 436. 44
Total




1, 655, 141, 219. 10

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Statement of condition June 30, 1936—Continued
LIABILITIES

Federal Farm Mortgage Corporation bonds
$1, 422, 185, 100. 00
Accrued interest on Federal Farm Mortgage Corporation
bonds (not yet due)
8, 952, 389. 50
Matured interest on Federal Farm Mortgage Corporation
bonds
1, 153, 968. 28
Deferred proceeds of loans
903, 196. 79
Vouchers payable
1, 197, 351. 11
Trust accounts
1, 953, 291. 65
Deferred income (unamortized premium on bonds sold)
1, 648, 653. 20
Reserve for losses on mortgage loans
17, 147, 268. 57
Capital stock
200, 000, 000. 00
Total

1, 655, 141, 219. 10
Federal intermediate credit banks

The statement following shows the condition of the 12 Federal
intermediate credit banks as of June 30, 1936, taken from report
compiled by the Farm Credit Administration:
Consolidated statement June 80, 1986
ASSETS

Loans and discounts (net)
$197, 633, 824. 60
Notes receivable (net)
1, 404, 022. 39
Cash on hand and in banks
10, 785, 111. 78
Deposits with the Treasurer of the United States for matured
debentures (principal and interest)
„
5, 056. 25
U. S. Government obligations, direct and fully guaranteed
(par)
•
_
73, 145, 000. 00
Accounts receivable
71, 783. 37
Accrued interest receivable (net)
1, 306, 535. 47
Prepaid and deferred expense
8, 758. 21
Other assets (net)
111, 931. 21
Total

284, 472, 023. 28
LIABILITIES

Unmatured debentures
Matured obligations (debentures including interest)
Trust accounts
Accounts payable
Liability for cash collateral
Deferred proceeds, loans, and discounts
Accrued interest payable (not yet due)
Interest collected, not earned
Unamortized premium on outstanding debentures
Other liabilities
Capital stock paid in
Surplus paid in
Surplus earned and undivided profits
Total

.

172, 900, 000. 00
5, 056. 25
998, 827. 22
9, 080. 19
660, 005. 79
32, 927. 49
1, 141, 158. 25
164, 304. 20
601, 127. 24
65, 227. 22
70, 000, 000. 00
30, 000, 000. 00
7, 894, 309. 43
284, 472, 023. 28

Joint-stock land banks
On June 30, 1936, there were 43 joint-stock land banks in operation,
1 in voluntary liquidation, and 4 in process of liquidation through
receivership. A consolidated statement of condition of the active
banks on the date indicated was not compiled by the Farm Credit
Administration, although individual statements of such banks, as




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159

well as of the banks in process of liquidation through receivership, are
available.
The Emergency Farm Mortgage Act of 1933, approved May 12,
1933, provided that "After the date of enactment of this act, no jointstock land bank shall issue any tax-exempt bonds or make any farm
loans except as are necessary and incidental to the refinancing of
existing loans or bond issues or to the sale of any real estate now owned
or hereafter acquired by such banks.77 The act in effect prohibits
joint-stock land banks from acquiring new business and restricts them
to the orderly liquidation of their existing assets. Sections 30 and 31
of the Emergency Farm Mortgage Act of 1933, as amended by the
Farm Credit Act of 1935, as a means of expediting the required
liquidation, authorized and directed the Reconstruction Finance
Corporation to make available to the Land Bank Commissioner until
May 13, 1937, the sum of $100,000,000 to be used for the purpose of
making loans to the joint-stock land banks organized and doing
business under the Federal Farm Loan Act, as amended, at a rate of
interest not to exceed 4 percent per annum, payable annually.
FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANK SYSTEM
The statement following shows the assets and liabilities of the
Federal Home Loan Bank System as of September 30, 1936:
Consolidated statement Sept. SO, 1986
ASSETS

Cash:
On hand
On deposit with United States Treasurer
On deposit with other Federal Home-Loan banks
Interbank deposit repayment—in transit
On deposit with commercial banks
Total cash
Loans outstanding:
Members
Nonmember
Direct to home owners
Total loans
Accrued interest receivable:
Members
Deposits—other Federal Home Loan banks
Securities
Total accrued interest
Investments: U. S. Government bonds and securities guaranteed by United States
Stock subscriptions receivable—members
Deferred charges:
Prepaid assessment—Federal Home Loan Bank Board
Prepaid bond and insurance premium
Other
Total deferred charges..„.______,__._,____,




$142, 688. 24
2, 558, 075. 87
8, 400, 000. 00
300, 000. 00
1, 771, 954. 12
13, 172, 718. 23
129, 751, 970. 94
11, 315. 00
3, 624. 25
129, 766, 910. 19
384, 780. 31
18, 735. 02
48, 421. 78
451, 937. 11
10, 713, 132. 44
223, 475. 00
6, 714. 00
3, 060. 04
38. 00
9, 812. 04

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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY
Consolidated statement Sept. 30, 1986—Continued
ASSETS—continued

Other assets:
Accounts receivable
Miscellaneous

$4, 380. 99
1, 274. 72

Total other assets

5, 655. 71

Total assets

154, 343, 640. 72
LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL

Liabilities:
Deposits:
Members:
Time
Demand
Applicants
Other Federal Home Loan banks
Loan prepayments
Accrued interest:
Deposits:
Members
Other Federal Home Loan banks
Accounts payable
Total liabilities

8, 892, 613. 99
763, 875. 52
162, 300. 00
8, 400, 000. 00
78, 650. 89
12, 405. 69
4, 441. 25
371. 96
18, 314, 659. 30

Capital:
Capital stock issued and outstanding (par value):
Fully paid:
Members
U. S. Government:
Subscriptions:
Authorized
Uncalled
Partially paid—members
Total capital stock outstanding
Surplus:
Reserve as required under sec. 16 of act
Unallocated surplus

27, 093, 900. 00
124,741,000.00
20, 199, 000. 00
104, 542, 000. 00
516, 600. 00
132, 152, 500. 00
1, 677, 255. 01
2, 199, 226. 41

Total surplus

3,876, 481. 42

Total capital

136, 028, 981. 42

Total liabilities and capital

154, 343, 640. 72

Home Owners1 Loan Corporation
The statement following shows a summary of the operations of the
Home Owners' Loan Corporation from the date of its organization to
the close of business on September 30, 1936:
Applications received:
Number
Amount
Average per application




Summary of operations
1, 886, 693
$6, 172, 647, 600
$3, 272

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Summary of operations—Continued
Content of loans disbursed:
Number
Amount:
Bonds issued and in process of issuance:
4-percent bonds dated July 1,
1933, due July 1, 1951
$37,683,350
Series A 3-percent bonds dated
May 1, 1934, due May 1, 1952_
886, 540, 475
Series B 2%-percent bonds dated
Aug. 1, 1934, due Aug. 1, 1949_ 1, 300, 119, 375
Series G 2%-percent bonds dated
July 1, 1935, due July 1, 1944. _
178, 980, 225
Series F 1%-percent bonds dated
June 1, 1935, due June 1, 1939284, 892, 175
(Series F issued in place of
4's called.)
Carried forward
l
Cash content of loans
Accrued bond interest included
loans
Average loan disbursed

1, 025, 914

2, 688, 215, 600
388, 595, 424
in

16, 642, 952
3, 093, 453, 976

$3, 015

In addition to bonds of $2,688,215,600 authorized in exchange for
home mortgages and shown in the foregoing, the following bonds have
been issued for cash (for capital and operating needs, including the
purchase of shares in savings and loan associations and building and
loan associations) and for subscription to the capital stock of the
Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation:
4-percent bonds dated July 1, 1933, due July 1, 1951
$3, 396, 525
Series A 3-percent bonds dated May 1, 1934, due May 1, 1952
183, 727, 750
Series B 2%-percent bonds dated Aug. 1, 1934, due Aug. 1, 1949_._
2, 100
Series G 2%-percent bonds dated July 1, 1935, due July 1, 1944__. 50, 000, 225
Series E 2-percent bonds dated Aug. 15, 1934, due Aug. 15, 1938— 49, 532, 100
Series D 1%-percent bonds dated Aug. 15, 1934, due Aug. 15, 1937_ 49, 843, 000
Series C l}£-percent bonds dated Aug. 15, 1934, due Aug. 15, 1936_ 49, 736, 000
Series F 1^-percent bonds dated June 1, 1935, due June 1, 1939___ 40, 362, 575
Total

426,600,275

The following bonds have been retired and canceled from the bond
retirement fund:
4-percent bonds dated July 1, 1933, due July 1, 1951
$38, 829, 550
Series A 3-percent bonds dated May 1, 1934, due May 1, 1952
1, 705, 425
Series B 2%-percent bonds dated Aug. 1, 1934, due Aug. 1, 1949__. 29, 463, 325
Series C 1 ^-percent bonds dated Aug. 15, 1934, due Aug. 15, 1936_ 49, 605, 500
Series G 2J4-percent bonds dated July 1, 1935, due July 1, 1944
164, 300
Total

119, 768, 100

Matured bonds on which interest has ceased:
4-percent bonds dated July 1, 1933, called for redemption July 1,
1935
.
.
Series C lK-percent bonds dated Aug. 15, 1934, due Aug. 15, 1936_Total




$2,250,325
130, 500
2, 380, 825

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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY
FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION

The statements following, compiled by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, show the assets and liabilities of the Corporation as
of June 30, 1936, a summary of the condition of insured commercial
banks in the United States and possessions June 30, 1936, the amount
of insurance coverage of insured commercial banks, by size of banks
and type of deposits, May 13, 1936, and the number and deposits of all
commercial banks, insured and noninsured, in the United States and
possessions, May 13, 1936.
Statement of assets and liabilities June 30, 1936
ASSETS

Cash on hand and on deposit
$22, 298, 515. 50
U. S. Government securities (cost less reserve
for amortization of premiums) and accrued
interest receivable
311,461,995.77
Assets acquired through bank suspensions and
mergers:
Subrogated claims of depositors against
closed insured banks
Net balances of depositors in closed insured banks pending settlement or not
claimed, to be subrogated when paid—
contra

6, 998, 578. 36

Loans to merging banks to avert deposit
insurance losses
Real estate purchased from merging banks
to avert deposit insurance losses

$333, 760, 511. 27

6, 602, 011. 77

Less: Reserve for losses

831, 133. 97
7, 829, 712. 33
400, 412. 64
14, 832, 136. 74
6, 316, 338. 23

Furniture, fixtures, and equipment
Deferred charges and miscellaneous assets
Total assets

8, 515, 798. 51
1. 00
64, 450. 75
342, 340, 761. 53

LIABILITIES

Current liabilities:
Accounts and assessment rebates payable.
Net balances of depositors in closed insured banks pending settlement or not
claimed—contra
Unused credits for assessments paid to temporary Federal deposit insurance funds
Reserve for undetermined expenses and losses
Total liabilities
CAPITAL

$90, 184. 85
831, 133. 97

$921, 318. 82
17, 516, 948. 78
120, 018. 44
18, 558, 286. 04

Capital stock
$289, 299, 556. 99
Surplus:
Balance Aug. 23, 1935
$4, 961, 578. 39
Additions:
Deposit insurance assessments _
$28, 927, 667. 41
Interest earned and profit on sales of securities (less provision for
amortization of premiums)
. 7, 672, 257. 47
36, 599, 924. 88
41, 561, 503. 27




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163

Statement of assets and liabilities June 80, 1936—Continued
CAPITAL—continued
Surplus—Continued.
Deductions:
Deposit insurance losses
and expenses
$4, 814, 955. 94
Administrative expenses
2, 121, 415. 35
Reduction in book value
of furniture, fixtures,
and equipment
142, 213. 48
$7, 078, 584. 77
$34, 482, 918. 50
Total capital

323, 782, 475. 49

Total liabilites and capital.

342, 340, 761. 53

Condition of insured banks, by classes, June 80, 1986
[In thousands of dollars]
National
banks
members
Federal
Reserve
System

State
banks
members
Federal
Reserve
System

» 14, 059

5,368

1,032

15,099, 792
Loans and discounts (including rediscounts)
7,393
Overdrafts
12, 515, 044
U. S. Government securities, direct obligations
Securities guaranteed by U. S. Government as to in2,257,433
terest and principal
7,411, 609
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc
159, 267
Customers' liability account of acceptances
1,194, 621
Banking house, furniture and fixtures
574, 024
Other real estate owned
5,607,119
Reserve with Federal Reserve banks
_
Cash in vault
.
_
_
915,988
Balances with othpx banks and cash items in process of
collection
_. 7, 516, 011
1,000
Securities borrowed
_..
319,091
Other assets
_

7, 744, 316
4,180
7,062, 593

4,791,876
1,473
4, 658, 882

2, 563,600
1,740
793,569

1, 372,433
4, 024, 111
81,373
630,838
184, 015
3, 520,901
528,433

578,024
2,020,922
75, 581
355,083
195,442
2,086,218
184,988

306,976
1,366,576
2,313
199,700
194,567

4,318,932
388
167,128

1,823, 771
167
112,919

1,373,308
445
39,044

53, 578,392

29, 648, 641

16,885, 346

7,044,405

21,463,913

11, 650,881

7,671,117

2,141,915

13,005,697
3,314,263
1,301,726

7,051, 373
2,103,803
827,000

3,047,822
594,648
361,809

2,906,602
615,812
112,917

All banks

Number of banks.

Total assets.

Banks
not
members
Federal
Reserve
System
» 7, 659

202, 567

LIABILITIES

Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations
___
_
_
Time deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations
__
State, county, and municipal deposits
U. S. Government and postal-savings deposits..
_.
Deposits of other banks, certified and cashiers* checks,
and cash letters of credit, and travelers' checks outstanding
_
Total deposits

_

7. 540,150

46,625,749
Secured by pledge of loans and/or investments—. 8,888,827
Not secured by pledge of loans and/or invest42,786,922
mevts
___

4, 519, 744

2,877,367

143,039

26,152,801
2,597,358

14,55t,763
835,464

5,920,185
406,005

28,555,443

IS, 717,299

5,614,180

16,132
38, 558
3,720
Bills payable and rediscounts 2
-.
18,703
Acceptances outstanding executed by or for the account
82,584
95,637
2,078
180,299
of reporting banks
_
1,000
167
445
Securities borrowed.
—
_
Mortgage bonds and participation certificates out20,777
6,801
27,578
standing
iIncludes 2 national banks in Alaska and 1 national bank in the Virgin Islands, none of which is a member
of 2the Federal Reserve System. Excludes 6 State banks not members of the Federal Reserve System.
Includes agreements to repurchase securities sold and obligations on industrial advances transferred to
Federal Reserve banks.




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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY
Condition of insured banks, by classes, June SO, 1986—Continued
[In thousands of dollars]

All banks

National
banks
members
Federal
Reserve
System

State
banks
members
Federal
Reserve
System

Banks
not
members
Federal
Reserve
System

LIABILITIES—continued

Dividends declared but not yet payable 3
....
Other liabilities..Capital stock, notes, and debentures...
_.
Surplus
Undivided profits, net
Reserves for contingencies and undeclared dividends 3-.
Retirement fund for preferred stock, capital notes, and
debentures
Total liabilities
Memorandum
Assets pledged to secure liabilities:
U. S. Government obligations, direct and fully
guaranteed
______
Other assets
_

45, 682
360,938
3, 212, 615
2,042, 072
628,478
401,455

28,0-13
208,800
1, 687,600
971,472
345,963
146, 515

15,956
120,852
879, 597
835, 044
174, 320
184, 795

1,683
31, 286
645,418
235, 556
108,195
70,145

13,968

7,702

2,359

3,907

53, 578, 392

29, 648, 641

16,885, 346

7, 044, 405

3,438, 857
1,043, 355

2,346,595
638,909

827, 004
205, 264

265, 258
199,182

* Dividends declared but not yet payable includes for national banks, amounts set aside for dividends
not declared, and for State banks members of the Federal Reserve System, amounts set aside for dividends
not declared and for accrued interest on capital notes and debentures.

Insurance coverage by size of bank, insured commercial banks, May 13, 1936

Number
of banks

Amount of deposits
(in millions of Percent
of dedollars)
posits
insured
Insured
Total

14,085

All b a n k s
Banks w i t h deposits of:
$100,000 a n d under
$100,000 to $250,000
$250,000 to $500,000
$500,000 to $1,000,000....
$1,000,000 to $2,000,000..
$2,000,000 to $5,000,000..
$5,000,000 to $50,000,000.
Over $50,000,000

45,188

19,578

43

917
3,028
3,300
2,751
1,926
1,282
772
109

64
527
1,190
1,950
2,703
3,880
9,980
24,894

61
476
1,029
1,602
2,111
* 2,800
5,215
6,284

95
90
86
82
78
72
52
25

Insurance coverage by type of deposit, insured commercial banks. May IS, 19S6

Type of deposit

Total
Deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations
Demand
Savings and time
Interbank
Public funds of States and political subdivisions
U. S. Government and postal savings
__.
Uninvested trust funds
_
Drafts
Other items

Number
of accounts
(in thousands)

Amount of deposits
(in millions of Percent
dollars)
of deposits
insured
Total
Insured

157,398

45,188

19,578

43

22,106
32,563
93
244
14
516
469
1,393

19,737
12,559
6,315
3,360
1,165
1,150
318
584

7,620
10,351
379
422
37
343
167
259

38
82
6
12
3
30
52
44

* Of this number 56 million, or 98.4 percent, were accounts with balances not exceeding $5,000, the maximum insurance for each depositor.




165

EEPORT OF THE COMPTROLLEE OF THE CURRENCY

Number and deposits of insured and noninsured commercial banks in the United
States and possessions, May 13 > 1936
[Deposits in thousands of dollars]
Insured banks

Noninsured banks

Deposits
Number

Number Deposits
Total

UnitedlStates and possessions—total
States—total

Insured

Possessions—total _

45,187,902

19, 577, 577

1,102

1,449,538

45,182,497

19, 573,600

1,075

1,336,524

242,389
73, 282
147,411
3,733,043
297,421
468,346
123,867
323,645
319,056
390,485
75, 084
3, 665,195
718,915
549, 519
325,213
401, 545
387, 557
180, 372
527,293
1,810,007
1,229,422
794,906
151,481
1,320,243
124,092
310,451
26,932
74,093
1, 543,917
47,461
13,072,910
359,066
70,606
1,974,947
413, 543
255, 585
4,377, 329
230,197
123,357
85,419
435, 756
1,164, 546
147,075
100,807
513,310
385,464
257,818
774,136
57,983

144,966
44,375
93,206
1,964,055
160,984
253,767
62,607
172,254
159,956
193,911
51,860
1,401,733
420,347
367,471
203,223
260,778
179,126
132,211
249,870
708,074
666,356
463,271
108,583
560,153
80,568
184,327
18,060
49,427
1,008,747
29,054
2,881,634
183,887
57, 227
1,127,153
199,493
159, 645
2,044, 645
126,462
74, 751
62, 654
229,676
576,962
76,724
85,976
335,849
217,061
176,879
525,276
38,326

10

1,906

5
60
3
19
42
76
260
44
2
10
3
4
28
38
10
49
1
59
1
9
7
1
25
1
12
21
18
1
33
7
39
1
10
71

5,405

Alabama
Arizona
_
Arkansas
California
._
Colorado
_
Connecticut
_
Delaware
District of Columbia
Florida
Georgia
-.
Idaho
_
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
Kansas
_
Kentucky
Louisiana
_
Maine
Maryland.Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri
_
Montana
Nebraska
Nevada
New Hampshire
New Jersey
New Mexico—
New York.North Carolina—
North Dakota
Ohio
Oklahoma
_
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
South Carolina
South Dakota
_
-._.
Tennessee
Texas
Utah
Vermont
Virginia...Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin
_
Wyoming

14,085
14,081

*

3,977

27

207
15
213
239
139
105
44
22
149
261
57
863
496
585
463
389
148
61
184
198
446
649
196
635
120
377
9
56
388
40
765
234
192
692
385
90
1,084
16
111
196
307
808
59
76
323
172
172
586
59

645
21,536
2,161
69,393
259
2,892
4,923
6,468
9,529
13,131
32,079
55,931
11,798
391
18,634
47,072
49,821
43,934
10,222
2,998
7,244
222
10,411
223
6,370
30,791
492
698,470
4,121
1,405
5,350
2,806
61
49, 584
63,130
8,137
606
2,406
18,666
829
4,825
6,038
8,614
113,014

i The number of operating insured commercial banks is 14,092. The reports of 7 insured banks are not
included. Deposit figures of noninsured banks are for nearest available date, predominantly June 30,1936.
Deposit figures for 40 noninsured banks are not included.

CENSUS OF BANKS 1935

The statements following, compiled by the United States Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, present, in part, the results
of the first Nation-wide census of banks taken as a part of the 1935
census of business, and concern all banks actively engaged in the
banking business during any part of the calendar year 1935.
109487—37

12




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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY
Unit and branch banks, geographically, year 1985
Total
number
of banks

United States
New England
Middle Atlantic
East North Central
West North Central
South Atlantic
East South Central
West South Central
Mountain
Pacific
-.

Percent
Unit
banks

Unit
banks

Branch
banks

Percent
branch
banks

i 19,581

15,359

78.4

4,222

21.6

1,245
3,412
3,785
3,820
2,038
1,372
1,825
614
1,470

857
2,307
3,136
3,563
1,562
1,168
1,732
525
509

68.8
67.6
82.9
93.3
76.6
85.1
94.9
85.5
34.6

388
1,105
649
257
476
204
93
89
961

31.2
32.4
17.1
6.7
23.4
14.9
5.1
14.5
65.4

._

i 20 State banks and 3 foreign bank agencies, from which reports could not be obtained, are not included.

Distribution of unit and branch banks, by classes of banks, year 1985
Total
number
of banks
United States . . _.
».
National banks
_
_
._ .
_
State banks
Private banks
_
_
Mutual savings banks
Industrial and Morris Plan banks
_ _ _
Federal Reserve and joint-stock land banks

Percent
unit
banks

Unit
banks

Branch
banks

Percent
branch
banks

19,581

15,359

78.4

4,222

21.6

6,725
11,574
253
673
249
107

5,226
9,143
236
492
155
107

77.7
79.0
93.3
73.1
62.2
100.0

1,499
2,431
17
181
94

22.3
21.0
6.7
26.9
37.8

Concentration of banks, bank employees and pay rolls, geographically, year 1985
Number Percent
of banks1 of total
United States
New England
Middle AtlanticEast North Central
West North Central
South Atlantic
East South Central _
West South Central
Mountain
Pacific
1

Number
of employees

Percent
of total

19, 581

100.0

266,458

100.0

$487,694,572

100.0

1,245
3,412
3,785
3,820
2,038
1,372
_ .
_
1,825
614
— — 1,470

6.4
17.4
19.3
19.5
10.4
7.0
9.3
3.2
7.5

21,099
94,419
48,330
26,413
19,891
10, 089
16,131
5,567
24,519

7.9
35.4
18.1
9.9
7.5
3.8
6.1
2.1
9.2

41, 325,311
197,366,776
80, 573,475
39,471, 541
32,437,183
14,833,488
25, 209, 838
9,342, 535
47,134,425

8.5
40.4
16.5
8.1
6.7
3.0
5.2
1.9
9.7

Annual payroll

Percent
of total

Includes number of branches.

Number of banks, number of employees, and total pay roll, by classes of banks, year
1985
Number Percent
of banks1 of total
United States
National banks
State banks
Private banks
Mutual savings banks
Industrial and Morris Plan banks
Federal Reserve and joint-stock
land banks
i Includes number of branches.




Number
of employees

Percent
of total

19,581

100.0

266,458

100.0

$487,694, 572

100.0

6,725
11,574
253
673
249

34.4
59.1
1.3
3.4
1.3

114,102
119,663
2,589
13,997
2,350

42.8
44.8
1.0
5.3
.9

211,944,367
210,999,185
4,971,902
31,369,123
3,981,891

43.5
43.3
1.0
6.4
.8

107

.5

13,757

5.2

24,428,104

5.0

Annual pay
roll

Percent
of total

Establishments, employment, and pay roll for banks, by geographic divisions and States, year 1935
Number of
banks reporting

Division and State

United States total
New England
_
Connecticut
Maine
Massachusetts
New Hampshire
Rhode Island
Vermont
Middle Atlantic
New Jersey
New York
Pennsylvania
East North Central
Illinois
Indiana
Michigan
Ohio
_
Wisconsin..
West North Central
Iowa
Kansas
.
Minnesota
Missouri
Nebraska
North Dakota
South Dakota

-

19, 581

.
.

1,245

_

_.
_

_.

_

_

__,.__
_

41, 325,311

Pay roll

Number *

Pay roll

58,482

$197,316,221

207,976

$290,378,351

4,095

17,337,090

17,004

23,988, 221
4, 772, 374
1,134,086
14, 711, 509
654, 264
2,072, 522
643,466

_

4,188
1,315
12,200
850
1,765
781

8,881,911
2,190,223
24,170,823
1, 391,840
3,387, 532
1,302, 982

918
389
1,988
279
255
266

4,109,537
1, 056,137
9,459,314
737, 576
1,315,010
659, 516

94,419

197,366,776

12,289

67, 712, 637

82,130

129,654,139

9,131
61, 645
23, 643

17,706,007
135,181,809
44,478,960

1,863
6,220
4,206

7, 534,201
43,421,858
16,756, 578

7,268
55,425
19,437

10,171,806
91,759,951
27, 722, 382

3,785

48, 330

80, 573,475

10,852

32,050, 604

37,478

48, 522,871

892
611
2 665
889
728

18,938
4,870
7,346
12,113
5,063

33, 330, 034
6, 786,900
11, 739,309
20,729,691
7, 987,541

3,224
1,687
1,520
2,587
1,834

11, 523, 609
3, 437,276
5, 227,456
7,696, 594
4,165, 669

15, 714
3,183
5,826
9,526
3,229

21,806,425
3,349,624
6, 511,853
13.033,097
3,821,872

3,820

_
_

_

21,099

$487, 694, 572

Number *

543
a 1,630
1,239

_ .

_

_

266,458

Pay roll

All other employees

3,412

-

-.
_

_. _

Number *

Executives and salaried corporation officers

3,270
926
10,212
571
1,510
315

26,413

39,471, 541

9,964

21,141,876

16,449

18, 329, 665

805
729
704
707
453
208
214

3,961
3,587
5,891
8,308
2,698
978
990

5,323, 728
4,897, 646
9, 788, 206
12,801,120
3,976,397
1, 362,160
1, 6ZZ, Jo4

1,758
1,818
2,057
2,108
1,171
499
553

3,319, 568
3, 237,896
4, 972, 911
5, 533,110
2, 279, 219
857. 382
941, 790

2,203
1,769
3,834
6,200
1,527
479
437

2,004,160
1,659, 750
4,815,295
7,268,010
1,697,178
504,778
380,494

234
164
2 552
2 112
2 77
106

_'

__

Total employment

1 Count of employees as of December 1935.
2 20 banks and 3 foreign bank agencies, from which the Bureau was unable to secure reports, are not included. They are located as follows: 8 in Massachusetts, 1 in New Hampshire, 3 in Rhode Island, 6 in New York (including 3 foreign bank agencies), 2 in Michigan, 1 in Arkansas, and 2 in Texas.




Establishments, employment, and pay roll for banks, by geographic divisions and States, year 1935—Continued

o
Number of
banks reporting

Division and State

South Atlantic
Delaware
District of Columbia
_
Florida
Georgia
Maryland.
- -North Carolina
South Carolina
Virginia
West Virginia
_
East South Central
Alabama
Kentucky ._ ._
Mississippi
Tennessee
West South Central
Arkansas
Louisiana
Oklahoma, . .
Texas
Mountain
Arizona
Colorado . __
Idaho
Montana.
Nevada
New Mexico
-

Utah
„
Wyoming

Pacific
California
Oregon.
Washington

.
._

_
_

_.
--

.. . .
.._

._

-

.
-

--

. _

_

. ._

2,038
62
53
163
372
292
338
169
401
188
1,372
251
477
251
393
1,825
204
418
943
614
39
168
88
122
21
44
72
60
1,470
1,083
146
241
2

Total employment
Number
19,891
792
1,734
1,901
3,126
3,455
2,530
937
3,827
1,589
10,089
2,123
3,480
1,424
3,062
16,131
1,416
2,380
3,251
9,084
5,567
492
1,909
607
784
148
334
854
439
24, 519
19, 523
1,921
3,075

P a y roll

Executives and salaried corporation officers
Number

Pay roll

All other employees
Number

P a y roll

$32,437,183
1,491,315
3,234,114
3,169,054
4, 697,797
5,881, 564
3,826,129
1, 370, 350
6,126,856
2,640,004

5,554
219
243
531
913
756
826
395
1,136
535

$15,334,415
738, 749
1, 217, 634
1,491, 692
2, 228, 386
2,524,029
2,016,135
807,897
2,991, 279
1,318, 614

14,337
573
1,491
1,370
2 213
2,699
1,704
542
2,691
1,054

$17,102,768
752, 566
2,016,480
1, 677,362
2,469,411
3,357,535
1,809,994
562,453
3,135, 577
1,321.390

14,833,488
3, 227, 296
5,073,076
2,002, 829
4, 530, 287
25, 209,838
1,905,105
3,859, 942
4,886, 621
14, 558,170
9,342, 535
848, 587
3, 281,876
837,970
1,381,568
242, 271
528,189
1, 495,105
726,969
47,134,425
38, 675,923
3,121, 542
5, 336, 960

3,631
670
1,322
604
1,035

7,868, 528
1, 620, 383
2, 790, 517
1, 217,163
2, 240, 465
13,134,482
1,146,645
1, 723,478
2,634,633
7, 629, 726
4, 640, 555
371, 566
1, 475, 792
468, 957
814,570
134,101
302, 345
643,814
429,410
18,096, 034
14, 519, 649
1, 236,170
2, 340, 215

6,458
1,453
2,158
820
2,027

6,964,960
1, 606,913
2, 282, 559
785, 666
2,289,822
12,075,356
758,460
2,136,464
2, 251,988
6,928,444
4, 701,980
477, 021
1,806, 084
369,013
566 998
108,170
225,844
851,291
297,559
29,038,391
24,156, 274
1,885,372
2, 996, 745

5, 533
626
572
1,236
3,099
1,748
119
522
209
322
46
127
223
180
4,816
3,612
446
758

10, 598
790
1,808
2,015
5,985
3,819
373
1,387
398
462
102
207 ^
631
259
19, 703
15,911
1,475
2,317

i 20 banks and 3 foreign bank agencies, from which the Bureau was unable to secure reports, are not included. They are located as follows: 8 in Massachusetts, 1 in New
Hampshire, 3 in Rhode Island, 6 in New York (including 3 foreign bank agencies), 2 in Michigan, l in Arkansas, and 2 in Texas.
NOTE.—Number of banks reporting includes also the number of branches reporting.




00

Establishments, employment, and pay roll for unit banks, by geographic divisions and States, year 1935
Number of
banks rel

Division and State

porting

United States total
New England
_
Connecticut
Maine
Massachusetts _ .
_
New Hampshire
Vermont
. .
Rhode Island
Middle Atlantic...
New Jersey ,
New York
.__
Pennsylvania
East North Central.. —
Illinois
Indiana
Michigan
Ohio
Wisconsin.
West North Central
Iowa
_.
Kansas
North Dakota
Minnesota
Missouri
Nebraska
South Dakota

_
_

Total employment
Number a

Pay roll

Executives and salaried corporation officers
Number *

Pay roll

All other employees
Number 3

P a y roll

.. _.

..
_

158,683

$269,246,006

46, 273

$124,121,781

112,410

$145,124, 225

857

.

15,359

12,701

24,877,439

2,989

11, 286,730

9,712

13,590,709

7,137,849
1,324, 558
13, 262,154

807
256
1,360
276 }
233
57

3, 384,021
707, 458
5,587, 726
4 1,320,024
287, 501

2,641
502
5,358
564
430 |
217

3, 753,828
617,100
7,674, 428
4 1,199,211
346,142

219
83
3 345
3 108
84
18

3,448
758
6,718
840
663 }
274

* 2, 519, 235
633, 643

2,307

_
_

_.

29,400

43, 667, 962

1,320
3,180
3,564

4, 231.559
13, 384,451
11,617,073

3,468
14,275
11,657

4, 550,842
23, 337, 981
15, 779,139

37,162

60, 670, 203

9,580

25, 427,109

27, 582

35,243,094

18 938
3,902
4,229
6,607
3,486

33, 330,034
5, 244,864
6,451,911
10, 261, 797
5, 381,597

3,224
1,477
1,245
2,095
1,539

11,523,609
2, 795,001
2, 932, 503
4,836, 987
3, 339,009

15, 714
2,425
2,984
4,512
1,947

21,806, 425
2,449,863
3, 519, 408
5,424, 810
2,042, 588

3,563

_

29, 233,083

8, 782, 401
36, 722,432
27, 396, 212

892
528
3 480
685
551

_
_
. .,

8,064

4 788
17, 455
15,221

3,136

_

72, 901,045

372
3 851
1,084

_.

37,464

24, 282

35, 949, 320

9,528

19, 661,158

14, 754

16, 288,162

4, 526, 474
* 6, 241,613

1,502
1,816 }
496
1, 956
2,108
1,171
479

2,850, 581
4 4,086,188

589
724
206
690
707
453
194

3,306
3,573 |
974
4,625
8,308
2,698
798

7,406, 306
12,801, 120
3, 976. 397
997, 410

4,167,174
5, 533,110
2, 279, 219
744,886

1, 804
1,757
478 }
2,669
6,200
1,527
319

1, 675,893
4 2,155,425
3, 239,132
7, 268,010
1, 697,178
252, 524

1 Unit banks are individual organizations with no branches. (Federal Reserve branches and joint-stock land banks are considered as unit banks in this report.)
a Count of employees as of December 1935,
317 unit banks, and 3 foreign ba nk agencies, from which the Bureau was unable to secure reports, are not included. They are located as follows: 8 in Massachusetts, 1 in
New Hampshire, 6 in New York (including 3 foreign bank agencies), 2 in Michigan, 1 in Arkansas, and 2 in Texas.
< Pay roll combined to avoid disclosing confidential information.



CO

Establishments, employment, and pay roll for unit banks, yy geographic divisions and States, year 1935--Continued
Number of

Division and State

South Atlantic.
Delaware
District of Columbia
Florida
Georgia._
Maryland
._
North Carolina
South Carolina Virginia
West Virginia
East South Central .
Alabama
Kentucky
Mississippi
_. . _ .
Tennessee,.
West South Central
Arkansas
Louisiana _.
Oklahoma
Texas
Mountain
Arizona
Colorado _
Idaho
Montana
Nevada
- .
New Mexico
Utah
Wyoming
Pacific. _
-_
California
Oregon
___»
Washington..

banks reporting

Total employment
Number

1,562
42
12
157
336
179
213
143
292
188

,

.

13,422

1,168
223
427
191
327

.

1,732

_

_

.

-

_

.

3 248
129
412
3 943
525
11
168
56
122
12
39
57
60

P a y roll

..
_

_ _ _ .
_

_.

Number

P a y roll

All other employees
Number

4,389
131
84
525
782
574
554
323
881
535

$10,949,603
300,820
414,449
1,471, 992
1,619,955
1,812, 955
1,333,919
590,401
2,086, 498
1,318,614

9,033

2,' 247
1,548
645
2,575
1,589

$21, 580,149
566,462
986,452
3,124,153
2,959, 917
3, 980, 362
2, 356, 265
896, 984
4,069, 550
2,640,004

7,679
1,782
2,658
1,191
2,048

10, 961,044
2,667,049
3,738,195
1,718,134
2, 837, 666

3,169
631
1,179
503
856

6,352,403
1,439, 284
2, 262, 912
1,039, 598
1, 610,609

4,510
1,151
1,479
688
1,192

22, 884,820

5,307
601
375
1,232 }
3,099
1,533
52
522
133
322
23 j
118
183
180

12, 251, 649

9,461

1,101,161
4 3, 520,762
7, 629, 726

770
721 }
1,985
5,985
3,093
112
1,387
172
462
33 }
196
472
259

368
483
1,875

14, 768
1,371
1,096 }
3,217
9,084
4,626
164
1,909
305
784
56
314 }
655
439

1,845, 471
4 6 , 481,179
14, 558,170
7, 865, 604

509

__

Executives and salaried corporation officers

6,579

309, 930
3, 281,876
407,695
1, 381, 568
4 609,081
1,148, 485
726, 969
11,556,382

225
99
185

4,176
819
1,584

7,854, 603
1,169, 270
2, 532, 509

3, 987, 907
155,645
1,475, 792
266,194
814, 570
4 353, 213

237
399
1,350
1,310
1,673
994
322
1,694
1,054

1,714

493,083
429,410
4, 972,139

4,865

867
307
540

3,060,301
620,513
1,291,325

3,309
512
1,044

Pay roll
$10,630, 546
265,642
572,003
1,652,161
lf 339,962
2,167,407
1,022,346
306,583
1,983,052
1,321,390
4, 608,641
1, 227, 765
1,475, 283
678, 536
1, 227,057
10, 633,171
744,310
4 2, 960,417
6,928,444
3,877,697
154, 285
1,806,084
141, 501
566,998
4 255, 868
655,402
297, 559
6,584, 243
4, 794, 302
548, 757
1, 241,184

317 unit banks, and 3 foreign bank agencies, from which the Bureau was unable to secure reports, are not included. They are located as follows: 8 in Massachusetts, 1 in
New Hampshire, 6 in New York (including 3 foreign bank agencies), 2 in Michigan, 1 in Arkansas, and 2 in Texas.
* Pay roll combined to avoid disclosing confidential information.




Establishments, employment, and pay roll for branch banks, by geographic divisions and States, year 1935
Number of
branch

Division and State

United States total
New England
Connecticut
Maine
_.
M assachusetts
New Hampshire
Vermont
Rhode Island.
Middle Atlantic
New Jersey
New York
Pennsylvania
_
East North Central
Indiana
Michigan. _
_
Ohio
Wisconsin
West North Central
Iowa
Kansas
_
North Dakota
Minnesota ._
_ _
South Dakota

banks reporting i

Total employment
Number 2

Pay roll

Number 2

All other employees
Number 2

P a y roll

Pay roll

4,222

107,775

$218, 448, 566

12,209

$73,194,440

95,566

$145, 254,126

388

8,398

16,447,872

1,106

6,050,360

7,292

10, 397, 512

15
81
207
4
22
3 59

740
557
5,482
10
118 }
1,491

1, 744,062
865,665
10,908,669
4
175, 587 /
\
2, 753,889

725,516
348, 679
3,871, 588
< 77,068
1,027,509

629
424
4,854

1,018, 546
516,986
7,037, 081
i
98, 519
1, 726,380

111
133
628
3

33 }
198

{

si

}

1,105

4,225

38,479, 554

85,986,177

i

4,343
44,190
8,422

8, 923,606
98, 459, 377
17,082, 748

543
3,040
642

3, 302,642
30,037,407
5,139,505

3,800
41,150
7,780

5, 620,964
68,421,970
11,943,243

o

649

11,168

19,903, 272

1,272

6,623,495

9,896

13, 279, 777

83
185
204
177

968
3,117
5,506
1,577

1, 542, 036
5, 287, 398
10, 467,894
2, 605,944

210
275
492
295

642, 275
2, 294,953
2,859, 607
826, 660

758
2,842
5,014
1,282

899, 761
2,992,445
7, 608,287
1, 779, 284

257

._ .

124, 465, 731

171
779
155

_ ._

56,955

1,293
52, 730

2,131

3, 522, 221

436

1,480, 718

1,695

2,041, 503

216
5
2
14
20

655
14
4 }
1,266
192

797, 254

256

468,987

399

2
3 }
101
74

«9,090
{
805, 737
196,904

* 18,193 /
\
2,381,900
324,874

1
Includes main offices (banks with agencies are considered branch systems).
2 Count of employees as of December 1935.
»1 main office with 2 branches in Rhode Island, from which the Bureau was unable to secure reports, is not included.
« Pay roll combined to avoid disclosing confidential information.




Executives and salaried corporation officers

a

i

1,165
118

328, 267

}

* 9,103
1,576,163
127,970

d

Establishments, employment, and pay roll for branch banks, by geographic divisions and States, year 1935—Continued
Number of
branch
banks reporting

Division and State

South Atlantic
Delaware
District of Columbia
Florida
Georgia
Maryland
North Carolina
South Carolina
Virginia
East South Central...
Alabama
Kentucky
Mississippi
Tennessee.West South Central..Arkansas
Louisiana
Oklahoma..Mountain
Arizona
Idaho
Montana
_
Nevada
New Mexico
Utah
Pacific-California
Oregon
_
_
Washington

-..

Number

Pay roll

Number

Pay roll

All other employees
Number

Pay roll

476

--

-- -

--

___

-

-.-

-

-

--

_ - ._-

____.

$6, 472, 222

424
1,251
26
1,034
1,208
982
292
1,252

924,853
2, 247,662
44,901
1, 737,880
1,901, 202
1,469,864
473,366
2,057,306

88
159
6
131
182
272
72
255

437,929
803,185
19, 700
608,431
711,074
682, 216
217,496
904, 781

336
1,092
20
903
1,026
710
220
997

486,924
1,444,477
25, 201
1,129, 449
1,190,128
787,648
255,870
1,152, 525

2,410

3,872,444

462

1, 516,125

1,948

2, 356,319

341
822
233
1,014

560,247
1,334,881
284,695
1,692,621

39
143
101
179

181,099
527, 605
177, 565
629,856

302
679
132
835

379,148
807, 276
107,130
1, 062, 765

1,363

2,325,018

226

882,833

1,137

59,634
* 2, 265,384 /

89

941

1,476,931

215

652,648

726

824,283

328
302

538, 657
430,275

67
76

215,921
202, 763

261
226

322, 736
227, 512

9
5
15

92
20 }
199

«161,379 /
346,620

23

o

s

1, 442,185

45
1,284
34 }

28
32

-

_

5,304

12
75
6

. -

$4, 384,812

93

__

1,165

204

___

$10,857,034

28
50
60
66

.-

6,469

20
41
6
36
113
125
26
109

.

< Pay roll combined to avoid disclosing confidential information.



Executives and salaried corporation officers

Total employment

I

25
197 }

4

}

45,484
* 837, 349 /
\

< 83, 233 /

20
1,087 }
30

69

}

o

I

14,150
* 1,428,035

W
O

d

* 78,146

40

150, 731

159

195,889

96T

17,940

35, 578, 043

3,102

13,123,895

14,838

22,454,148

858
47
56

15,347
1,102
1,491

30,821, 320
1,952, 272
2,804, 451

2, 745
139
218

11,459,348
615,657
1,048,890

12, 602
963
1,273

19,361,972
1,336,615
1, 755, 561

2
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EEPOKT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

173

NATIONAL AGRICULTURAL CREDIT CORPORATION

The Pacific National Agricultural Credit Corporation of Fresno,
Calif., was authorized under the act of March 4, 1923, to transact
business within the States of California, Arizona, Utah, Nevada,
Oregon, Idaho, Wyoming, Colorado, New Mexico, and Texas.
A statement of its assets and liabilities as of the close of business
on June 30, 1936, appears below:
ASSETS

Cash on hand and in banks
$39, 106. 49
United States bonds ($185,000 par value)
187, 675. 00
Cash with Federal Reserve Bank in lieu of United States securities. 100, 000. 00
Loans
1, 444, 911. 07
Livestock and other assets owned
1. 00
Furniture and
fixtures
1, 670. 27
Accounts receivable
5, 826. 16
Customers funds held in trust
23, 361. 00
Total

1, 802, 550. 99

Capital stock
Undivided profits
Discounts
Undistributed trustee funds
Total

LIABILITIES

500,000.
27, 068.
1, 252, 121.
__23, 361.

r_
-

00
40
59
00

1, 802, 550. 99

UNITED STATES POSTAL SAVINGS SYSTEM

The tables following, compiled by the Third Assistant Postmaster
General, under whose supervision the System operates, disclose comparative statements of the resources and liabilities of the Postal Savings System for the years ended June 30, 1936 and 1935, together with
a summary of the postal-savings business for the fiscal year ended June
30,1936, by States. (The total number of depositors on June 30,1936,
was 2,705,152, an increase of 106,761 in the year, but the average
amount on deposit per depositor was $455.31, compared with $463.69 a
year ago.)




Comparative balance sheet for June 80, 1936, and June 80, 1935
June 30, 1936

Items

June 30,1935

Increase

RESOURCES

Working cash:
Depository banks._
Postmasters

-

-

Special funds, Treasurer of the United States:
Reserve fund
Miscellaneous (working) funds
Accounts receivable:
Accrued interest on bond investments
Due from late postmasters

_

-

Investments, United States Securities:
Postal Savings 2^-percent bonds
^
U. S. Treasury bonds
U. S. Treasury notes
Federal Farm Mortgage Corporation bonds
Home Owners' Loan Corporation bonds

-

60,800,000.00
18,378,904.75

$212,528,857. 27

79,178,904. 75

6, 522, 048.94
171, 522.15

--

-

$203,057,384.80
9,471, 472.47

-

Par value
- $19, 744,580
644,712,250
128,067,000
87,156,400
79,678,000

60, 320,545. 63
4, 524,359.44

$389,005,103.29

19, 774, 580. 00
652,371, 698. 76
128,014,082. 55
87,475, 397.01
79,111,896.50

$5, 322,943.96

64,844,905.07

479,454.37
13,854, 545. 31
14,333,999. 68

4, 813, 555.86

1,880,015. 23

4, 614,879. 74
198, 676.12
13, 571. 09
17, 255,940. 00
449, 008,018. 44
164, 040,163. 50
87, 516, 206. 85
59,186,896. 50
966, 747, 654. 82

959, 388, 230

Total resources

$384,856,574.78
4,148, 528. 51

1, 265,148, 987. 93

1,907,169. 20

2, 518,640.00
203, 363, 680. 32
19,925,000. 00
777,007, 225. 29 189, 740,429. 53
29, 478,198.42
1, 235, 670, 789. 51

LIABILITIES AND SURPLUS FUNDS

Due depositors:
Outstanding principal, represented by certificates of deposit
Accrued interest on certificates of deposit.Outstanding savings stamps
Unclaimed deposits
--Accounts payable:
Due Postal Service—Interest and profits
Due discontinued depository banks.-

---

Total liabilitiesSurplus funds—Interest and profits (undistributed earnings) subject to future
allocation of maturing interest charges.
_.
—




1, 231, 646, 260. 00
29,041,144. 42
73,403. 50
26,896. 00
2, 397, 734. 21
10, 599. 09

1, 204,843, 784. 00
26, 044, 518. 97
69, 385. 60
19,156. 00
1, 260, 787, 703.92
• 1, 230,976,844. 57
2, 408,333. 30
1, 263,196,037. 22

2,815,814.88
5, 406. 38

26, 802, 476. 00
2,996, 625. 45
4, 017.90
7, 740. 00
29,810, 859. 35

5,192. 71
2, 821, 221. 26
1, 233, 798, 065.83 "29,~397,~97L39'

1,952,950. 71

1, 872, 723. 68

80, 227. 03

1, 265,148,987. 93

1, 235, 670, 789. 51

29,478,198. 42

Decrease

Comparative statement of interest-earning resources and interest-bearing liabilities for June 80, 1936, and June 80, 1985
Items

J u n e 30, 1936

J u n e 30, 1935

Increase

Decrease

RESOURCES—INTEREST-EARNING

Working cash:
Depository banks, per balance sheet..
Investments, per balance sheet

$203, 057, 384. 80
966, 747, 054. 82
$1,169, 805,039. 62

$181, 799,189. 98
$384, 856, 574. 78
777, 007, 225. 29
$189, 740,429. 53
$ l f l e i , 8 6 3 ) 800. 07
7,941, 239. 55

S

LIABILITIES—INTEREST-BEARING

Due depositors—Outstanding principal, represented by certificates of deposit,
per balance sheet
__.
Excess of interest-bearing liabilities

-

1, 231, 646, 260.00

1, 204,843, 784.00

26,802, 476. 00

61, 841, 220. 38

-

42,979,983. 93

18,861, 236.45

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Comparative statement of interest and profits for the fiscal years ended June 30', 1986, and June 30, 1935
Items
Credits:
Interest on bank deposits
Interest on bond investments, less amortization charges
Miscellaneous receipts
Profit realized on investments..
Debits:
Interest credited to depositors
Allowances to postmasters:
Losses by fire, burglary, e t c . Erroneous payments, uncollectible items, etc.
Miscellaneous losses
Final closing, previous year

Fiscal year 1936

Fiscal year 1935

$6,414,189. 39

22,009,451.16
14,607.98
5.10

48, 063. 24
455. 07
-189.63
22, 580. 32

33,455. 26
449.97




w
fef

189. 63

20,189.89

22,026,454. 67

Excess of income-

H3

214,472.92

21, 794,978.24

2,390.43

674. 63
2, 446,447.89
2,160, 223.97

$33, 694,842. 51

$31, 534,618. 54

Decrease

$6,127, 290. 84

$12,994,199.62
18,149,356.19
1,175.10
2,550,111.60

$6, 866,908. 78
24, 563, 545. 58
500. 47
103,663. 71

Increase

21,865,887. 24

9, 508,163.87

11,828,955. 27

"l66~567.~43"

2,320,791. 40

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Summary of Postal Savings business for the fiscal year ended June 30> 1936, by States

State

United States
Alabama
Alaska
_
Arizona
_
Arkansas
California
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
District of Columbia
Florida.
Georgia
Hawaii
Idaho
Illinois—.
Indiana
Iowa
Kansas
_
Kentucky..Louisiana
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri.
Montana
Nebraska
Nevada
-New Hampshire
New Jersey.New Mexico
New York
North Carolina
North Dakota
Ohio...
- Oklahoma
Oregon




Balance to
the credit of
depositors*
June 30, 1935

Deposits i

Withdrawals 12

Balance to
Increase in
the credit of balances to
depositors
the credit of
June 30, 1936 depositors 3

Savings stamps
Sold

Amount at
interest in
banks June 30,
Redeemed
1936

$1,204,843,784 $933,088,081 $906, 285,605 $1, 231,646, 260 $26,802,476 $64,141. 50 $60,123. 60 $203, 010, 276. 76
8,671, 571
807, 438
6,473, 523
12, 206, 258
71,948,019
15,827, 483
11,225, 734
436, 304
7,499,959
29, 004,177
12,163, 589
442, 423
152, 297, 634
32,896, 801
60,329, 094
21,131, 791
7,872, 611
8,135, 361
2,049, 528
5,130,401
29,805, 490
93,035, 827
38, 691, 227
6, 701,162
38,703,101
11,378. 464
23, 399,161
2,651,201
2, 255,985
32, 371,765
3,798,392
106, 591,903
14, 591, 727
9, 587,513
69, 237, 763
20, 690,608
15,892,348

7,078,754
7,636, 517
581,843
558, 318
5,343,334
5,220,983
10, 326, 497 10,029,063
55,412, 358 57,853,762
14, 027,097 12,737, 564
6,096, 208
6,366,626
287,697
296,622
6,116,019
6, 587, 701
31,510,978
33,953,249
9,561, 214
10,152,751
493,956
503,446
5, 562,333
5, 506,099
127,050,903 119,319,630
28, 571, 365 26,663,379
47, 388,029 48, 594, 579
18, 553, 728 17,242, 034
6,671, 551
6, 338,881
6, 218, 340 5,822,776
1,200,901
1, 255, 716
2,987. 376
2,841,148
15, 314,072 15.831,084
70,792, 089 69; 012,871
28,950,847 28,162,927
5,011,613
5,476, 245
30,641,819 30,896,348
8,987,248
10, 096,682
19, 658,446 18, 740, 237
2, 387,393
2,172,104
1,283,897
1,410,093
21, 599, 584 21,392,963
2, 951, 245 2,870, 638
64,068, 657 66,346, 719
11, 409, 265
11,829,590
6, 790, 649
7,155,558
51, 619,990 50,002,445
17, 844, 969 16,556, 269
13, 704,225 12,799, 444

9,229, 334
557, 763
226. 20
237. 70
783,913
-23,525
6, 351,172
-122,351
78.20
80.00
12, 503,692
801. 50
297, 434 1,608. 50
69,506,615 - 2 , 441,404
2, 370. 40 2,117.20
17,117,016
430. 30
1,289, 533
447. 30
11,496,152
309. 30
270,418
429. 30
445, 229
175. 00
8,925
179.40
7, 971, 641
1,060.00
471, 682 1,169.40
31,446,448
797. 70
2, 442, 271
780.40
12, 755,126
379.80
591, 537
412. 00
451,913
9,490
16.40
15.00
6,933, 764
-56, 234
112. 70
80.50
160, 028,907
7, 731,273 4, 033.10 3, 989. 50
34,804, 787
1,907,986
933.90
816. 50
59,122, 544 -1,206,550
542.10
498. 90
22.443,485
322.00
276. 70
1, 311, 694
174. 30
8, 205, 281
332, 670
227.10
195. 00
8, 530,925
395, 564
188.30
221. 60
2,104,343
54, 815
239.50
225. 90
4,984,173
-146,228
268. 70
29, 288,478
-517,012
2,149. 80 1,955.60
94,815,045
1, 779, 218 1, 375.90 1,360. 70
39,479,147
787,920
309. 20
367.40
7,165, 794
464, 632
124. 80
92.00
38,448,572
-254, 529
553.10
597. 70
12,487,898
1,109, 434
194. 30
241.90
24, 317, 370
918,209
371.10
408. 30
2, 435,912
81.50
-215,289
94.40
2,129, 789
218.30
-126,196
285. 20
32, 578, 386
206, 621 1,905.80 1,693.80
25.40
3,878,999
80, 607
32.90
104,313,841 -2,278, 062 6,888.00 6, 618.00
324.50
15,012,052
354. 90
420,325
117.00
9,952, 422
364,909
128. 60
70, 855, 308 1,617, 545 1,169. 20 1,057.60
21,979,308
562.10
1,288, 700
518. 80
16,797,129
904, 781
300.80
331.80

Interest received from
banks

Interest paid
depositors

Amount of
deposits
surrendered
for bonds

$6,866,908. 78 $18,934, 989.12 $20, 744, 000

1, 485,393.19
47, 253. 94
361,066. 60
9, 835.13
170,225. 03
4, 096. 39
64, 055. 01
2,370, 531. 61
50,129, 296. 46 1, 414, 283. 57
25, 747. 72
627,950.99
41, 005. 60
1,457,482.62
22, 856. 54
973,108. 76
16, 337.21
558,167. 43
73,269.66
2,704,440. 24
93,493. 57
3,419,493. 57
14, 608.96
596, 285.88
11, 642. 02
405,910. 37
149, 806.14
4,624,982.60
185,172. 45
5, 220,023.14
41, 706. 24
1,627,337. 09
46, 288. 84
1, 590, 022. 76
51, 961.87
1, 795,333. 22
185, 322. 51
7, 212, 914.42
842,912.50
23, 226. 75
1,903, 693.82
65,186.17
2,897, 585. 20
86,626. 37
2, 479,918.95
70, 899.01
7,048,307.14
191, 778. 74
115, 562. 52
3, 730, 735. 23
110,993. 64
3, 767,839. 50
15,043.62
456,103. 55
13, 221. 53
441, 359. 02
20,097.87
766,809.35
62, 278.14
2, 004,861.43
475, 604. 67
34,131. 34
5,024. 29
157,116. 28
385,576.45
14, 819. 87
179,191.07
5, 509,191. 56
12, 514. 62
347,991.59
317, 982.71
11,929,771.98
31, 783.91
968, 536.19
15, 256.84
523, 372. 20

143, 278.89
14, 758.16
101, 739. 34
200, 328. 34
1, 204,161.88
261, 603. 77
158, 200.03
5, 711.19
94, 636. 74
451, 764. 46
194, 715. 79
6, 583. 40
116, 341. 34
2, 419, 895.19
510, 123. 29
946,167. 28
314,015.65
125, 036. 97
121, 216. 03
26, 093.81
73, 496.94
445,989. 28
1, 390,417. 50
640,674.85
106, 292. 71
583,142.10
191, 421.14
355,820.04
37,457. 33
36, 298. 74
499, 449. 32
63, 238.12
1, 649, 534.82
223,451.43
152,570.04
1,066,820.08
336, 546. 96
272,727.93

60,400
5,960
40, 660
98,600
865, 320
223, 640
23, 340
220, 500
188, 720
69,960
13,000
18,030
1, 677,140
762, 240
3, 576, 960
1, 372,180
161, 580
66, 560
17, 360
108, 420
65, 280
1, 344,740
647,100
23,160
2, 694, 760
400, 240
1,704,020
10, 600
69,100
122,600
12,600
241,020
99,980
46,300
1,027,260
164,740
108, 040

d
O
O

H1
O
O

3
o

9

Pennsylvania..
Puerto Rico._.
Rhode Island. .
South Carolina
South Dakota.
Tennessee
Texas
Utah
Vermont
Virginia
Virgin Islands.
Washington...
West Virginia..
Wisconsin
Wyoming




60, 660, 871
1, 336,545
1, 684,063
13, 777,117
13,080, 366
8, 329,681
29, 295, 391
3,162, 520
601,916
5,143, 314
73, 514
32,321, 554
7, 811, 909
30, 696, 561
3,945,128

40,858,348
1,890,186
972,825
11, 706, 001
9,397,449
6, 739, 718
24,956,902
1,991,993
295, 776
3, 401, 897
68,902
27, 296,415
5, 085, 853
25,139,883
3,026, 870

40, 866, 638
1,519, 340
940, 758
10,827, 743
9, 605,125
6,413, 765
23,087,142
2,095,955
317,631
3,419, 504
56,079
26, 429, 639
4,971,814
22, 596,355
3,107,630

60, 652, 581
1, 707,391
1, 716,130
14, 655, 375
12, 872, 690
8, 655, 634
31,165,151
3, 058, 558
580,061
5,125, 707
86,337
33,188, 330
7, 925,948
33, 240,089
3, 864, 368

- 8 , 290
370,846
32, 067
878, 258
-207,676
325, 953
1, 869,760
-103,962
- 2 1 , 855
-17,607
12, 823
866, 776
114, 039
2, 543, 528
- 8 0 . 760

4,908. 30
23,819.40
465. 60
383. 50
254.80
196.80
621. 50
74.00
46 40
284.50
181. 30
396.40
325.90
529.10
69.90

4, 664. 70
23,168.00
455.00
385. 60
240. 00
163.10
573.80
51.30
21.10
351.00
169.00
330.00
305. 20
500.80
51.40

38. 391,074. 80
' 257, 748. 66
514, 630. 65
616, 513.39
417, 381,80
7, 835, 054.07
5,926, 770. 76
148,101.86
563, 384. 24
4, 559,932.45
1,446,
3, 410,
5,353,
414,

271.14
265.61
360.49
764.16

1,248, 934.01
8, 549.91
12,450.78
21,059. 23
17, 775. 34
226,937. 73
186. 391.35
6, 727. 79
13,870. 71
126,844.73
42, 005. 54
94,951. 39
151, 560.31
12,257.67

959, 508.32
15,079.15
25, 698. 54
212, 205.44
214, 417. 31
137,400.34
468,470. 50
49,987.85
7, 221.99
75, 413.63
1,007. 33
550,495. 76
116,109. 29
488,670.46
71, 584.33

732, 500
2,900
108, 580
102, 520
88,100
322, 740
24, 500
2,500
77,680
383,060
83, 980
409, 340
35, 460

178

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY
SCHOOL SAVINGS BANKING

Statistics relative to school savings banks in the various States
and the District of Columbia for the school years ended 1935 and
1936, with comparative yearly totals beginning with the school year
ended 1920, are shown in the following tables:
School savings, by States, 1934-35 and 1935-36
[Compiled by the savings bank division of the American Bankers' Association]
Number of
schools

Number participating

Deposits

Net savings

State
1934-35 1935-36 1934-35

1935-36

8,940

Alabama
Arizona-Arkansas L-_
California
___Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
District of Columbia !
FloridaGeorgia
Hawaii
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa.
Kansas
Kentucky 1
Louisiana i
Maine
_
Maryland.-.
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri
Montana'
Nebraska
Nevada
New H a m p s h i r e New Jersey
New Mexico
New York
North Carolina 1
North Dakota
Ohio
_.
Oklahoma l
Oregon *
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Utah i
Vermont
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Wyoming

67
1

67
1

26,935
191

2,340
3
534
38

2,340
3
617
59

373,386
416
101,946
26,340

25
90
61
8
95
42
70
14

26
84
62
8
83
42
69
13

19,538
34,941
5,364
1,866
31,694
14, 785
28,844
3,935

19,193
28, 240
5,274
1,631
28, 695
14, 413
30, 444
3,536

232
95
713
24
196
5
102

241
109
594
10
182
5
103

23, 535
39, 928
124,158
11, 277
81, 778
666
34,118

28, 111
45, 218
74, 021
2,195
85,107

0)

2
98
527
6
1,362

2
100
424
6
1,408

425
7,054
155, 216
806
883, 350

15
290

15
283

594
89,062

932
338
6
30
36
145

1,036
331
20
29
35
191

415, 292
127,706
226
10, 246
6,277
58,108

7
43
111
92
143
2

17
66
111
174
102
2

299
10,151
49, 205
19,167
17, 770

No report this year.
* Loss.




1935-36

3934-35

1935-36

9,070 2,836, 595 2, 786, 253 $12,598,076.42 $13,081,183.69 $2,762,968.41 $3,730,085.87

United States,

1

1934-35

199, 450.99
283.97

60, 593.82
96.06

51,902.44
185.33

371,921 1,109, 580. 70 1,184, 347.72
886.60
467.86
460
772,874.49
104,113
672,452.67
99,073. 35
88,406.94
28,130

292, 949.97

749, 656.15

206,959.60
8, 596.89

297,789.99
10, 564.89

20,422.08
117, 643. 21
77, 240.18
6,877. 77
166,123.44
43, 769.72
99, 999.32
28, 690.55

21, 333. 62
111, 118.12
19, 380. 49
6,017. 28
174, 663.66
51,376.04
111, 221.83
26,161. 06

2, 578. 94
21,340.86
77, 240.18
1,472.09
21,407. 33
9, 500.09
24, 224.58
3, 471.34

2 2,972.31
8,101.46
20,117. 50
1, 211.40
38, 803. 80
12, 697. 23
22, 509. 69
1, 606.16

130,307.65
112,475. 33
624, 004.88
35, 634.42
354, 566. 76
4, 701.53
165, 612. 62

155, 491.37
114, 727.37
471, 649.91
17,390. 27
433, 460. 45
5,691. 31
179,043.70

32,183.93
96,343.84
235, 683.31
2 5,253.07
63, 570.43
888.07
25,037.46

31, 455. 56
111,411.78
179,484.36
1,804.00
101,937.18
2, 962.73
42, 575.27

26, 201
236

35, 853

188,384.56
168.71

0)

1,304.50
1, 712.76
2,157.75
420
25, 818.79
26, 248.02
6,407
874, 864. 87
813, 337.91
123,429
13,173. 51
13,423.95
3,378
850,402 3, 580, 921. 26 3, 670,761.14

2 684. 05
C1)
401. 20
411.35
4,974.20
2,874.59
129,975. 35 202,392.69
3, 532. 25
1,418. 57
974, 111. 83 1, 037,870.74

4,050. 20
515, 252.14

1,109. 86
88,096.75

1,057.07
119,369.37

455, 679 2,040, 753.57 2,237,756.32
129, 952
656,444.62
670, 419.30
3,071
483.00
9,479.52
9,256
34,140.40
31, 935.39
5,623
86, 989. 88
85,032.00
60,958
249,050.97
279,115.64

212, 264.94
13, 864.20
297.05
4,650. 45
7,143.48
83,076.71

451, 762.81
2 19,757.90
6,901.33
4,983.28
12,618.04
81,809.46

4,948.85
56,192.08
324,519. 20
104, 474.57
75,791. 26
1,089.84

40.75
2 10, 707.34
50,048. 61
11, 465.95
10,420. 50

3,927.07
11,021.76
79, 725.78
43, 747.18
4,148.13

967
92,850

2,228
12, 391
52, 211
30,108
13, 931

3, 555. 39
450,154. 62

1,167. 62
27,039.91
306, 718.15
68, 537.18
126, 259. 25
1,060. 28

179

EEPORT OF THE COMPTKOLLER OF THE CURRENCY
School savings, by States, 1984-85 and

1985-86—Continued

TOTALS—UNITED STATES
Number of
schools
1935-36..
1934-35
1933-34
1932-33
1931-32
1930-31
1929-30
1928-29
1927-28
1926-27
1925-26
1924-25
1923-24
1922-23
1921-22
1920-21
1919-20

_
_

_
_

9,070
8,940
9,482
10,890
12, 686
14, 6 2 8 ^
14, 610H
14, 254 M
s
13, 835
12, 678
11,371
10,163
9,080
6,868
4,785
3, 316
2,736

Number participating
2, 786, 253
2, 836,595
2, 816, 525
3,080, 685
3,106, 510
4, 482, 634
4,597,731
4,222,935
3,980, 237
3, 742, 551
3,403,746
2,869, 497
2, 236,326
1,907, 851
1, 295, 607
802,906
462, 651

Deposits
$13,081,183.69
12, 598,076.42
11, 641, 776. 68
10, 332, 569. 55
17, 680,364.92
25,977, 216. 41
29,113,063. 48
28, 672,496. 00
26, 005,138.04
23,703,436. 80
20, 469, 960. 88
16,961, 560. 72
14,991, 535. 40
10, 631, 838. 69
5,775,122. 32
4,158,050.15
2,800. 301.18

Net savings
$3, 730,085. 87
2, 762,968. 41
1,622,127.15
2 2,315, 252. 21
» 2,926,902.12
2,167,499. 58
7, 690,529. 68
10,539,928. 46
9,476,391. 32
9,464,178. 93
8,770,731.05
7, 779,992. 55
8,556,991. 27

EXPENSES OF THE CURRENCY BUREAU

The statement following shows the expenses incident to maintenance of the Currency Bureau and tax paid by national banks on
circulating notes in the fiscal year ended June 30, 1936:
Expenses incident to maintenance of Currency Bureau and tax paid by national
banks on circulating notes, fiscal year ended June 30f 1936
Expenses
paid from
appropriations

Expenses
reimbursed
by banks

Total
expenses

Salaries:
Eegular roll, including retirement deductions
$201,119.46
National currency reimbursable roll, including retirement
$29,557.50
deductions
_
Federal Reserve issue and redemption division, including
retirement deductions
_
53,457.55
Insolvent national bank division roll, including retirement
913,740.93
deductions
Total salaries
_
$1,197,875. 44
General expenses:
26, 002. 73
21, 012.19
Printing and binding...
2, 481.00
14,875.78
Stationery...
_
Amount expended for light, heat, telephone, telegraph,
furniture, labor-saving machines, etc., partially esti49,216.85
1,641.29
mated
_.
120, 322.15
Miscellaneous, rent, etc
Total general expenses
235, 551. 99
Currency issues—Federal Reserve notes:
178,996.40
Paper
_
1,099, 200.62
Printing, etc.-121,229. 38
Plates
_
Total currency issues
1,399,426.40
Expenses on account of national bank examining service, paid
2,997,629.87
2,997,629.87
by banks
138,074.28
138,074.28
Postage on shipments of Federal Reserve notes
_
58,689.57
58,689. 57
Insurance on shipments of Federal Reserve notes
215,185. 20
215,185. 20
Surcharge paid on consignments
_
1 231,244.48
Total expenses paid from appropriations.
6,011,188.27
Total expenses reimbursed by banks
6, 242,432.75
Total expenses
___
. . . $694,743.49
Tax paid by national banks on circulating notes
. . . 1231,244.48
Total expenses of Currency Bureau paid from congressional appropriations. . . 466,499.01
Net income to Government from taxes on circulation. _
1 Exclusive of $70,754 expenses incurred and paid from "Expenses, Emergency Banking, Gold Reserve,
and Silver Purchase Act, 1936."

Kespectfully submitted.

J. F. T. O'CONNOR,

Comptroller of the Currency.
To the SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE OP REPRESENTATIVES.




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183

TABLE NO. 1.—Comptrollers and Deputy Comptrollers of the Currency, dates of
appointment and resignation, and States whence appointed
No.

Date of
appointment

Name

Date of
resignation

State

COMPTROLLERS OF THE CURRENCY

McCulloch, Hugh
Clarke, Freeman
Hulburd, Hiland R
Knox, John Jay
Cannon, Henry W
Trenholm, William L___.
Lacey, Edward S
Hepburn, A. Barton
Eckles, James H
Dawes, Charles G
.__
Ridgely, William Barret_
Murray, Lawrence O
Williams, John Skelton.Crissinger, D. R
Dawes, Henry M
Mclntosh, Joseph W
Pole, John W
O'Connor, J. F. T
_

9,1863
21,1865

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

1,1867
25,1872
12,1884
20,1886
1,1889
2,1892
26,1893
1,1898
1,1901
28,1908
2,1914
17,1921
1,1923
20,1924
21,1928
11,1933

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

9,1863
1,1865
12,1867
8,1872
5,1886
27,1887
11,1890
7,1893
12,1896
1,1898
29,1899
1,1908
21,1923
1,1923
6,1925
1,1927
6.1927
1.1928
24,1933
24,1936

Mar. 8,1865 Indiana.
July
Apr.
Apr.
Mar.
Apr.
June
Apr.
Dec.
Sept.
Mar.
Apr.
Mar.
Apr.
Dec.
Nov.
Sept.

24,1866
3,1872
30,1884
1,1886
30,1889
30.1892
25.1893
31,1897
30,1901
28,1908
27,19131
2,1921
30.1923

New York.
Ohio.
Minnesota.
Do.
South Carolina.
Michigan.
New York.
Illinois.
Do.
Do.
New York.
Virginia.
Ohio.
17.1924 Illinois.
Do.
20,1928
20,1932 Ohio.
California.

DEPUTY COMPTROLLERS OF THE CURRENCY

Howard, Samuel T
Hulburd, Hiland R
Knox, John Jay_
Langworthy, John S
Snyder, V. P . . .
Abrahams, J. D
Nixon, R. M,
Tucker, Oliver P
Coffin, Geofge M
Murray, Lawrence O
Kane, Thomas P
Fowler, Willis J
Mclntosh, Joseph W
Collins, Charles W
Stearns, E. W
Await, F. G.__
Gough, E. H
Proctor, John L
Lyons, Gibbs
Prentiss, William, Jr
1

Term expired.

New York.
Ohio.
Minnesota.
3,1886 New York.
Jan.
Do.
Jan. 3,1887
May 25,1890 Virginia.
16,1893 Indiana.
Mar.
Mar. 11,1896 Kentucky.
Aug. 31,1898 South Carolina.
June 27,1899 New York.
Mar. 2,19232 District of Columbia;
Feb. 14,1927 Indiana.
Dec. 19,1924 Illinois.
Do.
June 30,1927
Nov. 30,1928 Virginia.
F e b . 15,1936 Maryland.
Indiana.
Jan. 23,1933 Washington.
Georgia.
California.
Aug. 1,1865
Jan. 31,1867
Apr. 24.1872

2 Died Mar. 2, 1923.

TABLE NO. 2.—Names and compensation of officers and clerks in the Office of the
Comptroller of the Currency, October 31, 1936
Name
Kane, William A
Gross, Clyde E
Marble, George R
Bentley, Thomas B . .
Frye, Ruby M..__
Fuller, Jane L
_.
Offutt, William F
Verrill, Harry M
Wigginton, Norval P
Tucker, Samuel M
Reese, William H
Bock, Carl
Herndon, John W
_
_
Furbershaw, Miriam
Horsey, Olga S
Basinger, Walter S
Tylor, Gertrude I
_. _
O'Mara, Vera L
Reed, S. E
Whelan, Marjorie B
Heizer, Helen V
Harris, John E
...
Lovelly, Laura F
McPherson, Mabel E . . .




Salary

Designation
Administrative officer
Administrative assistant
Senior administrative assistan t
do
Junior administrative assistan t
do
__.

do
do

do
do

„ do
Principal clerk
do
Junior administrative assistant
do
Principal clerk
do
Senior clerk
do

Senior clerk-stenographer
Senior clerk __
do

do
.
Senior clerk-stenographer.

__.

$4,200
3,800
3,800
3,200
2,900
2,900
2,900
2,900
2,900
2,800
2,700
2,700
2,700
2,600
2,600
2,500
2,500
2,400
2,400
2,400
2,300
2,200
2,200
2,200

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TABLE N O . 2.—Names and compensation of officers and clerks in the Office of the
Comptroller of the Currency, October 31> 1936—Continued
Designation

Name
O'Brien, May F
Stafford, Catherine M
Andrews, Ettie F
Haley, John R
_
Gorham, W. Abbott
Haygood, Ethel
Treuthart, Hubert
King, Dorothy C
Friedrichs, Minna K
Mortimer, Mary H
Smith, Helen M
Jamieson, William G_
Buckley, Regina C
Henderson, Virginia D
Bales, Anna S
Chisholm, Elizabeth
Colburn, Nellie A
Hopkins, Edna I
Magruder, Edith P
McKinney, Elva L
Schiller, Ernestine H
Walker, Johanna S
Watts, Metta F
Beall, Clara M
Dodge, Victor H
Braiinock, Burneta
Fox, Bessie E
Barksdale, George T
Haymon, N . Mabel
Smith, Clara E
Tschiffely, Lacey B. R
Sazama, Alice R
Baldwin, Wallace N
Jorgenson, John A
Canavan, Josephine M
Oroson, Maud B
McFadden, Arthur M
Quackenbush, Dorothy S
Smith, Mabel W
Wilson, Mildred C
Wolfe, Alice M
Ford, Ethel D
Gorham, Eloise H
Parsons, Ruth
Ethridge, Elsie E
Joyce, Atha-Lane
Shea, Catherine L
Dailey, William
Hurd, Agnes E
O'Donnell, Josephine A
Dent, Mary J
J
Harleston, Catherine
Spring, Mildred A
Chamberlain, Robert J
Murtaugh, Ruth A
Frock, Annie C
Taylor, Mathilda S
Grossman, Albert F
Brown, Edith L
Dillon, Minnie L
Kemether, Eva C
Shely, Myrtle B
White, Grace M
Wood, Kathleen
Curtin, Anne E .
Snoddy, Ralph D
Marks, GraceSheward, Adelaide H
Reese, Aline
Roberts, Victoria
Whiteman, Edgar
Gervais, Gladys E
DuRant, Anna K
Settle, May C. W
Cover, Thomas A
Minis, Alvin E
Lipkovitz, Israel S
Schaff, Boyd F
Simber, Marie C
Blount, Joseph T
Jones, George S




_

_ Senior clerk
__
Senior clerk-stenographer_.
Clerk.
..doSenior clerk-stenographer _.
do_.
._. Senior clerk
__.. Clerk-stenographer
Assistant clerk
Clerk-stenographer
Assistant clerk__
_
Senior operator, office devices.
Clerk.
Clerk-stenographer..
Assistant clerk
do
.do..
.do..
_do_.
.do..
..do..
..dodo
Head typist
Assistant clerk-stenographer..
Clerk
Clerk-stenographer
Assistant clerk
do
_do_.
.doAssistant clerk-stenographer..
Junior clerk
do..
Assistant clerk,
.do
.do..
_do_.
-do..
-do.,
.doAssistant clerk-stenographer.
do
. — .do
Senior stenographer.
do
do
Junior clerkdo
.....doAssistant clerk.
doSenior operator, office devicesJunior operator, office devices.
Senior stenographer
Counter clerk
Junior clerkJunior clerk-typist
Junior clerk
Counter clerk
._.
Junior operator, office devicesJunior clerk-typist
d
Junior clerkUnder clerk_.
.doMoney counter..
Junior clerk
Money counter.
doMessengerCounter clerk...
Money counter-,
-doMessenger
do
Under clerk
doMoney counterMessenger
do

Salary
$2,100
2,100
2,040
2,040
2,000
2,000
2,000
1,980
1,980
1,920
1,920
1,920
1,860
1, 860
1,860
1,860
1,860
1,860
1,860
1,860
1,860
1,860
1,860
1,860
1,860
1,800
1,800
1,800
1,800
1,800
1,800
1,800
1,800
1,800
1,740
1,740
1,740
1,740
1,740
1.740
1,740
1,740
1,740
1,740
1, 740
1,740
1,740
1,740
1,740
1,740
1,680
1, 680
1,680
1,680
1,620
1,620
1,620
1,560
1,560
1,560
1,560
1,560
1,560
1,560
1,560
1,560
1,560
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,440
1,440
1,440
1,440
1,440
1,380
1,380
1,380
1,380
1,380

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TABLE N O . 2.—Names and compensation of officers and clerks in the Office of the
Comptroller of the Currency, October 31, 1986—Continued
Name
Thompson, Frank
Mann, Harry C
Davis, Barbara
Hornbach, Barbara J.Thomas, Ellen M
Berkley, Guy H
..
Hill, Edgar W .
Jackson, Hemp_
Robinson, Clarence E_
Barrett, Lester J
Moore, Frederick S

Salary

Designation
Senior laborer. _.
Under clerk
Money counter.
do
do
Messenger.,
.do
do——
..do..
-do.,
-do..

$1,380
1,320
1,320
1,320
1,320
1,320
1,320
1,320
1,320
1,260
1,260

TABLE NO. 3.—Number of national banks organized since February 25, 1868,
number passed out of the system, and number in existence October 31, 1986
Under
Under
Under
Under

act of Feb. 25, 1863
act of June 3,1864, as amended
gold currency act of July 12, 1870
act of Mar. 14, 1900

_.

Total number of national banks organized
Number reported in voluntary liquidation
Number passed into liquidation upon expiration of corporate existence
Number consolidated under act of Nov. 7, 1918
Number placed in charge of receivers1

-

456
9,147
10
4,752
5.607
208
396
2,782

14,365

Total number passed out of the system

1

8,993

Number now in existence

5,372

Exclusive of those restored to solvency.

TABLE N O . 4.—National banks reported in liquidation from November 1, 1935, to
October 81, 1986, the names where known, of succeeding banks in cases of succession,
with date of liquidation and capital
Name and location of bank
Yakima First National Bank, Yakima, Wash. (3355), absorbed by The National Bank of Commerce of Seattle, Wash
The Commercial National Bank of Lakeview, Oreg. (11121), absorbed by The
First National Ban,k of Portland, Oreg
First National Bank in Greenwood, Ark. (10983), absorbed by Farmers Bank
of Greenwood
__
The Farmers National Bank of Cherokee, Okla. (9884)
The First National Bank of Tillamook, Oreg. (8574), absorbed by The First
National Bank of Portland, Oreg
The First National Bank of Carrizozo, N. Mex. (10963), succeeded by American Bank of Carlsbad, N. Mex
First National Bank in Garrison, N. Dak. (13501), absorbed by Garrison State
Bank, formerly Farmers State Bank of Gladstone, N. Dak
The Clarksyille National Bank, Clarksville, Tenn. (2720), absorbed by The
First National Bank of Clarksville
The First and Merchants National Bank of Middletown, Ohio (2025), absorbed by The American Trust & Savings Bank of Middletown, which
changed its title to The First-American Bank and Trust Company
The First National Bank of Shannon City, Iowa (9723), absorbed by The First
National Bank of Diagonal, Iowa
...
The First National Bank of Sunnyside, Wash. (8481), absorbed by The Old
National Bank and Union Trust Company of Spokane, Wash
First National Bank in Sprague, Wash. (12180), absorbed by The Old National
Bank and Union Trust Company of Spokane, Wash
The Orange City National Bank, Orange City, Iowa (10877), absorbed by
Sioux County Savings Bank of Maurice, Iowa
The First National Bank of Reardan, Wash. (13444), absorbed by The Old
National Bank and Union Trust Company of Spokane, Wash
The First National Bank of Ritzville, Wash. (5751), absorbed by The Old
National Bank and Union Trust Company of Spokane, Wash
1
Includes $50,000 preferred capital stock.




Date of
liquidation

Capital

Nov. 29,1935

$500,000

Nov. 2,1935

1150,000

Sept. 24,1935
Sept. 6,1935

25,000
40,000

Nov. 14,1935

100,000

Sept. 14,1935

25,000

Nov. 29,1935

25,000
100,000

do
Nov. 26,1935

400,000

Nov. 1,1935

25,000

Dec.

50,000

14,1935
do

30,000
7,1935

25,000

Dec. 14,1935

50,000

..-do

50,000

Dec.

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TABLE N O . 4.—National banks reported in liquidation from November 1, 1935, to
October 31, 1936, the names where known, of succeeding banks in cases of succession,
with date of liquidation and capital—Continued
Name and location of bank
The First National Bank of Washington, Okla. (10277), succeeded by First
State Bank of Washington, which changed its title and location to First State
Bank of Purcell, Okla
The First National Bank of Medford, Oreg. (7701), absorbed by The First
National Bank of Portland, Oreg._
_
Security National Bank of Everett, Wash. (11693), absorbed by Peoples Bank
and Trust Company of Seattle, Wash
The Wellsburg National Bank, Wellsburg, W. Va. (1884), succeeded by Wellsburg National Bank
Medford National Bank, Medford, Oreg. (13771), absorbed by The United
States National Bank of Portland, Oreg
The First National Bank of Prairie City, Oreg. (9763), absorbed by Grant
County Bank of John Day, Oreg
The First National Bank of New Rockford, N. Dak. (6393)
The First National Bank of Hagerman, Idaho (10294)
The First National Bank of Spearman, Tex. (10871), absorbed by First State
Bank of Spearman
The First National Bank of La Grande, Oreg. (13602), absorbed by The First
National Bank of Portland, Oreg
The Bay Head National Bank, Bay Head, N. J. (13065), absorbed by The
Ocean County National Bank of Point Pleasant Beach, Point Pleasant, N. J..
The Lumbermens National Bank of Bend, Oreg. (13093), absorbed by The
First National Bank of Portland, Oreg
The First National Bank of De Land, 111. (5699)
The First National Bank of Grandview, Wash. (11546), absorbed by The Old
National Bank and Union Trust Company of Spokane, Wash
The First National Bank of Perrin, Tex. (12424)
The First National Bank of Kiowa, Kans. (8220), succeeded by The First State
Bank.
The Security National Bank of Palouse, Wash. (12184), absorbed by The Old
National Bank and Union Trust Company of Spokane, Wash
Glen Rock National Bank, Glen Rock, N. J. (12609), succeeded by The Glen
Rock Bank
The Montclair National Bank, Montclair, N. J. (12268), absorbed by Montclair Trust Company
The First National Bank of Medical Lake, Wash. (9030), absorbed by The
First National Bank of Reardon, Wash
The First National Bank of Mount Olive, N. C. (10629), succeeded by Bank
of Mount Olive
First National Bank in Neche, N. Dak. (13436)
The First NationalBank of Alto, Tex. (13964), absorbed by Continental State
Bank of Alto
The First National Bank and Trust Company of Ann Arbor, Mich. (2714),
succeeded by Ann Arbor Savings and Commercial Bank
The Peoples National Bank of Lakewood, Ohio (13715), absorbed by The
Lorain Street Bank, Cleveland, Ohio
The North Bend National Bank, North Bend, Oreg. (14054), absorbed by
The First National Bank of Portland, Oreg
___
The First National Bank of Holden, Mo. (10384), absorbed by Bank of Holden.
The First National Bank: of Gladbrook, Iowa (5461)
The First National Bank of Lamar, Colo. (3749), absorbed by Lamar National
Bank which changed its title to First National Bank in Lamar
The First National Bank of Charter Oak, Iowa (4376)..
The First National Bank of Aransas Pass, Tex. (10274), absorbed by First
State Bank, Aransas Pass.The First National Bank of Santa Ana, Calif. (3520), succeeded by First
National Bank in Santa A n a . .
National Bank of Yorkville in New York, N. Y. (12965), absorbed by The
Marine Midland Trust Company of New York
First National Bank of Chico, Calif. (13711), absorbed by The Anglo California
National Bank of San Francisco, Calif
The First National Bank of Hudson, S. Dak. (7335)...
The First National Bank of Hondo, Tex. (5765), succeeded by The Hondo
National Bank
The First National Bank of Carbondale, Colo. (9009), absorbed by The First
National Bank of Glenwood Springs, Colo..
The National Bank of Benson, Minn. (13397), succeeded by First State Bank
of Benson
.__
The First National Bank of Toppenish, Wash. (7767), absorbed by Traders
Bank of Toppenish
The First National Bank of Lake Park, Iowa (12645), succeeded by Security
State Bank, Lake Park
_
2
Includes $37,500 preferred capital stock.
3
Includes $25,000 preferred capital stock.
4
Includes $25,000 preferred capital stock.
5
Includes $25,000 preferred capital stock.
6
Includes $30,000 preferred capital stock.




Date of
liquidation

Nov. 9.1935

Capital

$25,000

Dec. 17,1935

100,000

Oct. 31,1935

200,000

Dec. 17,1935

100,000

Dec. 27,1935

»100,000

Dec. 31,1935
Jan. 2.1936
Dec.

25,000
50,000
25,000

30.1935

Jan.
15.1936

Nov.
20,1935

Jan.

25,000
125,000
30,000

20,1936
.doFeb. 1,1936

100,000
35,000

Dec. 14,1935
Feb. 3,1936

25, 000
25,000

Nov. 30,1935

25,000

Jan. 13,1936

50, 000

Feb. 8,1936

100, 000

Feb. 11,1936

200,000

Dec. 14,1935

25, 000

Mar. 2,1936
Feb. 7,1936

50, 000
25,000

Feb. 14,1936

s 50, 000

Mar. 9,1936

250,000

Mar. 19,1936

200, 000

Mar. 19,1936
Apr. 15,1936
Apr. 8,1936

* 50,000
30,000
50,000

Apr. 15,1936
May 4,1936

50,000
40,000

Apr. 30,1936

25,000

May 1,1936

750,000

May 2,1936

500,000

Apr. 16,1936
May 11,1936

150,000
30,000

May 19,1936

5 50,000

Mar. 31,1936

25,000

May 23,1936

50,000

May 27,1936

6 50,000

June 23,1936

35,000

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TABLE N O . 4.—National banks reported in liquidation from November 1, 1935, to
October 31 r 1936, the names where known, of succeeding banks in cases of succession,
with date of liquidation and capital—Continued
Name and location of bank
The Central Nebraska National Bank of David City, Nebr. (3801), absorbed
by The First National Bank of David City
The First National Bank of Grangeville, Idaho (6927), absorbed by The First
National Bank of Lewiston, Idaho
The First National Bank of Killdeer, N. Dak. (10820), succeeded by Bank of
Killdeer
Lewiston National Bank, Lewiston, Idaho (13819), absorbed by The Idaho
First National Bank of Boise, Idaho
The First National Bank of Trumansburg, N. Y. (7541), absorbed by Tompkins County Trust Company, Ithaca, N. Y
The First National Bank of Moscow, Idaho (3408), absorbed by The Idaho
First National Bank of Boise, Idaho
The First National Bank of Fallbrook, Calif. (13079), absorbed by Bank of
America National Trust and Savings Association, San Francisco, Calif
The Red Wing National Bank and Trust Company, Red Wing, Minn.
(13396), absorbed by The First National Bank of Red Wing
The Citizens National Bank of Olivia, Minn. (13081), succeeded by The
Citizens State Bank of Olivia
The Westwood National Bank, Westwood, Calif. (11840), absorbed by Bank
of America National Trust and Savings Association, San Francisco, CaliL..
The First National Bank of Harvey, N. Dak. (5488)
The Farmers and Merchants National Bank of El Dorado, Kans. (4981),
absorbed by Walnut Valley State Bank of El Dorado
First National Bank in Winthrop, Minn. (14042), succeeded by Winthrop
State Bank
__.
The Western National Bank of Pueblo, Colo. (2546)
The First National Bank of Appleton, Minn. (8813), succeeded by Northwestern State Bank of Appleton
The Northwestern National Bank of Dawson, Minn. (13564), succeeded by
Northwestern State Bank of Dawson
Potter County National Bank of Gettysburg), S. Dak. (8776), succeeded by
Potter County Bank, Gettysburg
The First National Bank and Trust Company of Rochester, N. Y. (13330),
absorbed by Lincoln-Alliance Bank and Trust Company of Rochester
The First National Bank of Wapato, Wash. (9129), absorbed by The National
Bank of Commerce of Seattle, Wash._
The First National Bank in What Cheer, Iowa (14143), succeeded by First
State Bank of What Cheer
First National Bank in Riverside, Calif. (8377), absorbed by Bank of America
National Trust and Savings Association, San Francisco, Calif
Total (76 banks).
7

Includes $20,000 preferred capital stock,
s Includes $30,000 preferred capital stock.
Includes $25,000 preferred capital stock.
Includes $267,500 preferred capital stock.

g
10




Date of
liquidation

Capital

Jan. 25,1936

$50,000

May 29,1936

50,000

July

1,1936

50,000

July 27,1936

100,000

Aug. 1,1936

50,000

July 22,1936

50,000

July 11,1936

25,000

Aug. 10,1936

100, 000

Sept. 1,1936

25,000

Sept. 10,1936
Aug. 24,1936

50,000
50,000

Sept. 15,1936

i 70, 000

Sept. 25,1936
Sept. 30,1936

8 50, 000
100,000

Oct.

1,1936

35,000

Oct.

1,1936

30,000

Sept. 19,1936

75, 000

Sept. 26,1936

1,000,000

2,1936

25,000

Sept. 29,1936

Oct.

9 50,000

Oct. 8,1936

200,000
o 7, 680,000

TABLE NO. 5.—Capital stock, surplus, undivided profits, and total assets of banks consolidated under act of November 7, 1918, as amended
February 25, 1927, and June 16, 1933, in the year ended October 31, 1936y as shown by their last reports prior to consolidation
Closing banks

00
00

Continuing banks
fcrl

Charter
no.

Title and location

State

UndiCapital Surplus vided
profits

Total
assets

Charter
no.

Title and location

Capital

Surplus

$390, 577 3237 The First National Bank 2 $225,000 $20,000
of Rapid City.
51,530 2,076,022 4631 The First National Bank * 350,000 30,000

13430 The First National Bank of S . D a k . i $50,000 $10,000
Philip.
2391 The First National Bank of . . . d o . . . 3 200,000 25,000

$6,057

Commerce Trust Company Nebr... 100,000
of Lincoln.
Spokane and Eastern Trust W a s h . . 1,000,000
Company, Spokane.
Everett Bank and Trust Mass __ 200,000
Company Everett
11014 The Second National Bank _--do.__ 200,000
of Maiden.
First Trust and Savings Ind
100,000
Bank, Mishawaka
North Side Trust and Savdo
100,000
ings Bank, Mishawaka.

44,108

3 national banks
5 State banks

450,000
1,500,000

Undivided
profits

Date of
reports

Date of
consolidation

hj
C
£c
H

1935
$14,765 $2,640,313 Nov. 1

1935
Nov. 2

£
^

Total
assets

34,211 3, 768,009 . . . d o

Dec. 21

g

99, 966 11, 019, 359 . . . d o - . . _ Dec. 27

H

merce of Lincoln.
250,000 355,249 30,057,811 11280 First National Bank of 8,000,000 1, 620, 000 1,048, 426 101,701,959 . . . d o . . . . Dec. 28

n
o

200,000 291,807 4, 544,954

2

50,000

7239 National Bank of Com-

194,108

I

5,000

26. 565 2, 407, 560

15,000

17,080 2, 794,697

75,000

34, 707 1, 300, 589

]

]
40, 000 84,152 4, 874,159
590,000 742, 951 38,892,159

300,000

200,000

614 [The Lechmere National

200,000

100, 000

52, 687 3, 035, 787 Dec. 31

Dec. 31

[The First National Bank
\ of Mishawaka.

100,000

100,000

1936
27,152 2, 415, 961 Mar. 4

June 23

\

Bank of Cambridge.

1936

o
p

JH

W
6 national banks . . . 9,175, 000 2,070,000 1, 277,207 124,581,388

o
,_3

1 Includes $15,000 preferred capital stock.
2 Includes $175,000 preferred capital stock.
3 Includes $125,000 preferred capital stock.
* Includes $300,000 preferred capital stock.




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3
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189

TABLE N O . 6.—National banks consolidated under act of November 7, 1918, as
amended June 16, 1933, capital, surplus, undivided profits, and total assets, year
ended October 31, 1936
Consoli- Chardater
tion no.
no.

533

3237

534

4631

537

614

Title and location of bank

State

Date of
consolidation

1935
First National Bank of Rapid S. Dak. Nov. 2
City,
The First National Bank of . . . d o . . . . Dec. 21
Lead.
Middlesex County National Mass_._ Dec. 31
Bank of Everett. 3
Total (3 banks)

1

Includes $175,000 preferred capital stock.
2 Includes $425,000 preferred capital stock,
s Also includes a State bank.
* Includes $600,000 preferred capital stock.




UndiCapital Surplus vided
profits

Total
assets

i $260,000 $20,000 $50,925 $2,987,473
a 550,000 55,000

79,471 6,179,854

500,000 300,000 457,059 9,930, 305
41,310,000 375,000 587,455 19,097,632

TABLE N O . 7.—State banks and national banks consolidated under act of February 25, 1927, as amended June 16, 1933, their consolidated
capital, surplus, undivided profits, and total assets, year ended October 31, 1936
Consolidation
no.

Title and location of State bank

Charter
no. of
national

7239

536

Spokane and Eastern Trust Company,
Spokane.
Everett Bank and Trust Company,
Everett.i

11280

(First Trust and Savings Bank, MishaJ waka.
] North Side Trust and Savings Bank,
I Mishawaka.
Total (5 State banks with 4 national banks).

1 Also includes a national bank.
2 Includes $200,000 preferred capital stock.




Date of
consolidation

Capital

Surplus Undivided
profits

Total
assets

Increase
in authorized
capital

1935

Commerce Trust Company of Lincoln.

538

State

bank

535

537

Title and location of national bank

National Bank of Commerce of Lin- Nebr—. Dec. 27
coln.
Seattle-First National Bank, Seattle . Wash.. Dec. 28

$300,000

$300,000

$274,139 $11, 334,123

8,000,000

1,650,000

1,526,838 133, 613, 863

614

>

Middlesex County, National Bank of
Everett.

Mass

Dec. 31

500,000

300,000

457,059

9, 930, 305

$100,000

5167

The First National Bank of Mishawaka.

Ind

1936
June 23

2 400,000

100,000

155, 785

6, 593,116

2 300,000

2 9, 200,000

2, 350,000

2, 413, 821 161, 471, 407

2 400,000

O
O

o

s
d

i
o

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TABLE NO. 8.—Number and capital of State banks converted into national banking
associations in each State and Territory from 1868 to October 81, 1986
Location

Maine
New Hampshire
Vermont
Massachusetts
Rhode Island
Connecticut
Total New England
States.—..
New York
New Jersey
Pennsylvania
Delaware
Maryland
District of Columbia
Total Eastern States. _
Virginia
West Virginia
North Carolina
South Carolina
Georgia
Florida
Alabama
Mississippi
Louisiana
Texas
Arkansas
Kentucky
Tennessee
Total Southern States.

Number of
banks
34
28
22
190
52
65

Capital

$4,605,000
2,595,000
2,029,990
72,691,200
16, 717, 550
18,932,770

391

125,331,291
9,820,450
137,859,095
585,010
10,249,372
1,080,000

467

184,925, 218

67
35
40
48
33
22
34
19
13
143
45
44
51

5,937,100
2, 508,900
2 4, 311, 000
4 512,000
6,837, 000
2, 265,000
4, 560,000
1,560,000
3,625, 000
11,192, 500
3, 357,500
3
8,006,900
8,090,000

594

%, 762, 900

Ohio
Indiana
Illinois
Michigan
Wisconsin
Minnesota
Iowa
Missouri.

_..

Capital

25
27
53
26
36
117
44
51

$3,490,000
1,908, 000
82,960,000
3,020,000
3,620,000
7,691,000
2, 285, 000
18, 001,800

378

122,975,800

84
51
107
83
38
7
193

2,760,000
1,750, 000
5,485, 000
4 182,000
1, 585, 000
320,000
2, 755, 000
400, 000
8,070, 000

607

27, 307,000

73
30
113
26
1
5

6,825,000
1,951,000
45, 272,800
1,080,000
50, 000
300,000

117, 571, 510

241
50
128
6
36

Number of
banks

Location

Total Middle Western
States
North Dakota
South Dakota
Nebraska
Kansas
Montana
Wyoming
Colorado
New Mexico
Oklahoma
Total Western States
Washington
Oregon
California
Idaho
Nevada
Arizon a
Total Pacific States

248

55,478,800

Total United States

2,686

* 575, 021, 228

1 $200,000 of which is preferred capital stock.
2
$300,000 of which is preferred capital stock.
3
$1,000,000 of which is preferred capital stock.
* $1,500,000 of which is preferred capital stock.

TABLE NO. 9.—Conversions of State banks and primary organizations as national
banks from March l/h 1900, to October 81, 1936
Conversions of
State banks
Classification
Number
Capital less than $50,000.__.
Capital $50,000 or over
Total




Capital

Reorganizations
from State a,nd
private banks
and national
banks

Number

Capital

Primary
organizations

Number

Capital

Total

Number

Capital

898 $23,933,300 1,167 $30,909,500 2,687 $69,375,500 4,752 $124,218,300
869 271,867,800 1,339 216,558,500 2,141 346,854,600 4,349 835, 280, 900
1,767 295,801,100 2,506 247,468,000 4,828 416, 230,100 9,101

959,499,200

TABLE NO. 10.- -Number of national banks increasing their capital, together with the amount of increase monthly for years ended October 31,

since 1931

Months

Num- Capital Number
ber

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

,600,504
8 $14;
24, 665, 000
285, 500
822, 500
6,050,000
750,050
70,000
845,000
260, 000
72,500
925, 010

Total.

164 49, 346,064

to

1934

1933

1932

1935

Common Num- Preferred Num- Common Num- Preferred
ber
ber
capital
capital
capital
capital
ber

$245,000
355,000
550,000
187, 500
65, 000
630,000
115,000
1, 841, 350
3, 268,300
475,000
473, 700
775,000
2 53 8,980,850

$482,500
5
963,367
25
355,000
55
182, 500
73
1, 270,750 160
118
430,000
127
200,000
194
760,000
177
610,000
138
1,176,500
115
1,028,810
873,100 <106

$680,000
7, 576,900
5,394,000
32 20,011, 200
6,582,000
4, 750, 000
2, 560,000
1,185,000
166 48,739,100

3

107 8,332,527, 4 1,2

Num- Common
ber capital

$540,000
62, 222r 500
87, 515, 000
9, 295,000
79,093, 500
28, 637, 500
8,392, 500
41,955,900
17, 553,750
15,695,000
10,406,750
12,037,750
4373,345,150

$186, 200
1, 330,000
597, 750
778, 000
320, 500
474,000
360,500
307, 500
499, 500
946,000
256,000
1,087,300
* 172 7,143,250

1936

Num- Preferred
ber
capital

Num- Common Num- Preferred
ber
ber
capital
capital

$7,177, 500
10, 279, 000
10, 605,750
18, 940,000
4,995,000
2,760,000
3,387,000
5,450, 500
1, 528, 500
4,055,000
2, 732, 500
2,000,000
403 673,910,750,

$190,000
532, 500
1,004, 350
1,387, 535
784, 550
935, 790
140,000
1, 222, 500
5,998,000
7, 299, 729
1,494, 325
1,124,875
7 361 22,114,154

$225,000
715,000
260,000
8, 360,000
55,000




W

650,000
675,000
320,000
10,000
32 11, 270,000

1 Of these cases, 3 were effected wholly or in part by stock dividends aggregating $270,504.
Of these cases, 3 were effected wholly or in part by stock dividends aggregating $260,000.
Of these cases, 6 were effected wholly or in part by stock dividends aggregating $700,000 and 8 banks with an aggregate increase of $175,600 from net earnings incident to the
retirement of preferred capital.
* Revised.
« Of these cases, 24 were effected wholly or in part by stock dividends aggregating $1,469,200; 100 cases aggregating $2,485,750 were increases from net earnings incident to the retirement of preferred capital stock, and 1 case of $90,000 was a conversion of preferred capital stock.
6 Includes $5,000, previously reported in 1934 as common capital stock.
7 Of these cases 29 were effected by stock dividends aggregating $1,184,170; 296 cases aggregating $13,005,290 were increases from net earnings incident to the retirement of preferred
capital stock, and 4 cases aggregating $259,160 were conversions of preferred capital stock; also includes a correction of $2,000.
2
3

CO

o

E
3
tel
o
d

3

O

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TABLE NO. 11.—Number and authorized capital of national banks chartered and
the number and capital stock of banks closed in each year ended October 31, since
1913, with the yearly increase or decrease
Net yearlyNflt yearly
increase
decrease
(exclusive of
(exclusive of
existing banks existing banks
increasing
decreasing
their capital) their capital)

Closed
Chartered

Consolidated
under act
Nov. 7, 1918

Year

Loss to No.
capital

No. Capital No.
1914
1915
1916
1917
1918
1919
1920
1921
1922
1923
1924
1925
1926
1927
1928
1929
1930
1931
1932
1933
1934
1935
1936

;
,
195 $18, 675,000
9,689, 500
6,630,000
11,590,000
13,400,000
21,780,000
31,077,500
20,005,000
24,890,800
30,522, 500
21,375,000
26,040,000
29,705,000
43,570, 000
26,160,000
38,195,000
12,240,000
9,690,000
87,145,000
74,761,500
61,174,100
7,780,000
3 2,465,000

In voluntary
liquidation

i $3,220,000
U,650,000
1850,000
13,275,000
12,575,000
i 1,255,000
11,660,000
i 4,455,010
i 3,407,000
i 6,857, 500
i 4,780,075
i 1,355,000
i 2,882, 500
13,385,500
i 2,765,000
i 447.100
12 15,000

Insolvent

Capital

No. Capital

113 $26,487,000
13,795,000
14, 828,000
14,367, 500
16,165,000
16,380,000
14, 730,000
37,075,000
18,910,000
39,290,000
40,745,000
14, 467,500
28,668,300
37,495,000
27,381,000
98, 267,500
39,230,400
59,595,000
97,340,300
26,805,000
45,263,000
19, 61,5,250
i 7,680,000

21
14
13
7
2
1
5
34
31
53
138
98
91
135
61
79
104
369
380
348
394

No.

Capital No.

$1,810,000
1,830,000
805,000
1, 230,000
250,000
25,000
205,000
1,870,000
2,015,000
3, 405,000
9, 635,000
6, 420,000
5,412, 500
8, 257,000
4,135,000
6,575,000
8,355,000
46,862,000
50, 505,585
76,107, 500
56,585,000
4,305,020
5
10,200,000

62
94
135 $2,155,000
257 14,492,500
18
77
690.800

Capital

$9,622,000
5,935,500
26 9,003,000
4,007, 500
3,015,000
19,790,000
3 14, 747,500
174 30,260,000

15
114
176
125
201
288
599
515
305
210
158
«59

8,820,810
4,439,000
11,743,500
70, 707,575
35,260,400
96,809, 500
55,406,385
27,656,000
30,208,900
14,827,370
5,230,000

1
2

Amount of capital stock reductions incident to consolidations.
Preferred capital stock reduction.
3 Includes $305,000 preferred capital stock authorized for 4 banks.
* Includes $267,500 preferred capital stock authorized for 9 banks.
5 Previously reported in voluntary liquidation.
e There was a decrease of 59 banks considering the 6 banks which had been previously reported in voluntary liquidation.
TABLE NO. 12.— Total number of national'banks organized, consolidated under act
November 7, 1918, as amended June 16, 1933, insolvent, in voluntary liquidation,
and in existence on October 31, 1936
Organized

States

Maine—-.
New Hampshire
Vermont
_ - __
_
._ _ _
_
Massachusetts
Rhode Island
_ _ _ ._ __.
_ _
Connecticut
__
_
Total New England States
New York
New Jersey
Pennsylvania—
- .
Delaware
Maryland
_ _
District of Columbia
Total Eastern States
Virginia
West Virginia
North Carolina
South Carolina. _
Georgia
Florida „
Alabama
Mississippi
Louisiana
_
_
Texas
Arkansas




,

.

.„_,>„,„..„

Consolidated
under act
Nov. 7,
1918

127
79
85
370
67
120
848

4
2
1
20
2
4

990
414
1,276
30
140
31
2,881

47
15
41

248
188
147
118
181
133
170
76
101
],155
141

33

1
4
108
17
10
4
6
8
1
2
4
3
31

1

Insolvent

I n liquidation

In
existence

13
5
16
28
2
6

70
20
25
194
51
56

40
52
43
128
12
54

70
126
59
205
1
17
7
415
27
36
44
43
42
42
45
16
16
138
39

416
360
105
319
13
59
10
866
72
63
56
49
74
38
54
31
52
530
51

329
457
235
711
16
63
10
1,492
132
79
43
20
57
52
69
25
30
456

50

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TABLE N O . 12.—Total number of national banks organized, consolidated under act
November 7, 1918, as amended June 16, 1988, insolvent, in voluntary liquidation,
and in existence on October 81, 1986—Continued
Consolidated
In
Organ- under act Insolvent In liquidation existence
ized
Nov. 7,
1918

States

Kentucky
Tennessee
Total Southern States
Ohio
Indiana
Illinois ._
Michigan
Wisconsin
_
_
Minnesota
Iowa
Missouri
_
Total Middle Western States
North Dakota
_ _
South Dakota
Nebraska
Kansas
._
_
Montana
- _ _
Wyoming
Colorado
_ _New Mexico
Oklahoma
_
Total Western States
Washington
Oregon
California
_
Idaho
Utah
._
Nevada
Arizona
Total Pacific States
Alaska
—
-Territory of Hawaii _
_ _
Puerto Rico
_- - _
Virgin Islands
...:..Total Alaska and insular possessions
Total of United States, Alaska, and insular
possessions.

245
205
3,108
690
430
821
310
269
484
542
289

9
6
102
24
11
14
4
9
6
4
9

35
36
559
112
98
225
76
53
115
204
58

3,835
259
219
401
445
193
58
216
82
737

81

941

3
10
1
4
3

100
92
83
75
76
12
55
25
83

2,610

36

220
147
509
109
38
16
31
1,070
5
6
1
1

17
2
12

3
12

3
1
35

601
51
30
64
35
6
4
6
196

1

13

396

1,262
305
196
276
146
101
164
219
136
1,543
94
67
180
177
68
20
80
35
426
1,147
96
73
314
54
16
5
17
575
1
4
1

100
72
1,185
249
125
306
84
106
199
115
86
1,270
62
50
137
189
46
26
78
22
216
826
56
42
119
20
13
6
8
264
4
1

6

1

14, 365

101
91

2,782

1
6

5,815

5,372

TABLE N O . 13.—Changes of corporate title of national banks, year ended October 81,
1936
Charter
no.

Title and location

The First-American National Bank in Tucumcari, N. Mex. to "The First National Bank
in Tucumcari"
The American National Bank of Pawhuska, Okla., to "First National Bank in Pawhuska"
36 The First National Bank and Trust Company of Findlay, Ohio, to "The First National
Bank of Findlay"
_
12998 New First National Bank in New Hampton, Iowa, to "First National Bank in New
Hampton"
4318 Central United National Bank of Cleveland, Ohio, to "Central National Bank of Cleveland"
9977 Glen National Bank of Watkins, Watkins Glen, N . Y., to "Glen National Bank of
Watkins Glen"
_
7030 The Pikeville National Bank, Pikeville, Ky., to "Pikeville National Bank & Trust
Company"
14323 The First National Bank in Mt. Gilead, Mount Gilead, Ohio, to "The First National
Bank in Mount Gilead"
10002 The National Bank of Commerce of Hominy, Okla., to "First National Bank in Hominy".
1668 The First National Bank of Idaho, Boise, Idaho, to "The Idaho First National Bank of
Boise"
14254 Lamar National Bank, Lamar, Colo., to "First National Bank in Lamar"
14364 The Citizens National Bank of Zion, 111., to "The Citizens National Bank of Waukegan,"
111
_
14081

8313




Date

1935
Dec. 31
1936
Jan. 2
Jan. 27
Jan. 28
Feb.

1

Feb.

1

Feb.

3

Mar. 2
July 1
July 18
Aug. 15
Sept. 18

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TABLE N O . 14.—Changes of corporate title incident to consolidations of national

banks and of State banks with national banks, year ended October 81, 1986
The First National Bank of Philip, S. Dak. (13430), and The First National Bank of Rapid City, S. Dak.
(3237), consolidated under the charter of the latter with title "First National Bank of Rapid City."
Spokane and Eastern Trust Company, Spokane, Wash., and First National Bank of Seattle, Wash. (11280),
consolidated under the charter of the latter with title "Seattle-First National Bank."
The Second National Bank of Maiden, Mass. (11014), Everett Bank and Trust Company, Everett, Mass.,
and The Lechmere National Bank of Cambridge, Mass. (614), consolidated under the charter of the
last-named bank with title "Middlesex County National Bank of Everett," Everett, Mass.
TABLE N O . 15.—National banks chartered during the year ended Oct. 81, 1936
Capital

Charter
no.

Title
Common

Preferred

FLORIDA
14356

Lake Worth National Bank, Lake Worth

_._.

$50,000

ILLINOIS
14346
14347
14348
14349
14354
14357
14361
14362
14363
14364
14365

The Ogle County National Bank of Oregon___
Greene County National Bajik in Carrollton
Roodhouse National Bank, Roodhouse. _ ______
Madison-Crawford National Bank of Chicago
The Citizens National Bank of Warren
The North Shore National Bank of Chicago
The Cosmopolitan National Bank of Chicago
Central National Bank in Chicago
Upper Avenue National Bank of Chicago
The Citizens National Bank of Zion * _
_
The First National Bank of Winnetka-

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

_.

Total (11 banks)

1,300,000

$50,000

150,000

200,000

OHIO
14360

The First National Bank of Marysville

75,000

OKLAHOMA
14352

First National Bank in Clinton

50,000

PENNSYLVANIA
14358
14359

Citizens National Bank of Bradford
First National Bank & Trust Company of East Pittsburgh

200,000
300,000

Total (2 banks)

500,000
TEXAS

14350
14351
14353
14355

The
The
The
The

American National B a n k of Amarillo
H o n d o National Bank, H o n d o
Huntsville National Bank, Huntsville
Nolte National B a n k of Seguin

.
__________

_

_ _

Total (4 banks)
Total United States (20 banks) . . . . . . ___

i Titl« and location changed to The Citizens National Bank of Waukegan, 111.




50,000
25,000
50,000
60,000

80,000
25,000

185,000

105,000

2,160,000

305,000

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TABLE N O . 16.—National banks for which increase of capital has been authorized,
under act March 9, 1988, as amended, by the issuance of preferred stock which was
purchased by the Reconstruction Finance Corporation unless otherwise noted,
together with the amount of increase, and the rate of dividend, etc., during the year
ended October 81, 1986

Charter
no.

Date

Title

CONNECTICUT
1340

Percent
of diviPar Sold at dend
to be
value
per
paid
of
shares share on the
par
value

1936

s $200, 000

$50.00

$50.00

4

1936
May 27

100,000

100.00

100.00

8
M

1935
Nov. 11 /
\

35,750
314,250

1125.00

125.00

25.00
25.00

25.00
25.00

The Central National Bank of Middletown.. Feb. 11
IDAHO

2972

Preferred
increase
capital

The First National Bank of Lewiston
ILLINOIS

10319

The First National Bank of Des Plaines

14357

The North Shore National Bank of Chicago.. July 25

1936

/
\

Total (2 banks)
The First National Bank of Mishawaka
IOWA
3182

26

2

220, 000

INDIANA
5167

i 120,000
2 3 50, 000

The First National Bank of De Witt.—

1936
June 23

200,000

100.00

100.00

3H

1936
Feb. 13

3 40, 000

100.00

100.00

2

i 35, 000
50.00
2 3 io, 000 100.00

50.00
100.00

26

50.00

50.00

8H

i 40, 000
2 3 10, 000

50.00
25.00

50.00
25.00

\fA

3 60,000
3 10, 000

50.00
100.00

50.00
100. 00

4
5

100.00

100. 00

5

i 40, 000
75.00
2 3 10, 000 100.00

75.00
100.00

26

KENTUCKY
7122

1935
Dec. 2 if

The Louisa National Bank, Louisa
MARYLAND

4608

The First National Bank of Gaithersburg

1936
May 6

15, 000

MICHIGAN

1935

13522

The Citizens National Bank of Cheboygan.. Dec. 19

8129

f
\

The Peoples National Bank and Trust Com1936
pany of Pemberton
_
Jan. 17
Sept. 8
The First National Bank of Williamstown..

NEW JERSEY

7265

Total (2 banks)

_ - _
_

70,000

NEW MEXICO
8880

The First National Bank of Lordsburg—

1936
Feb. 12

3 10, 000

NEW YORK
8935
4482
737
11518
11583
7703

The Saranac Lake National Bank, Saranac
1935
Lake
Nov. 8
The Merchants and Farmers' National Bank
of Dansville
_ _ Dec. 26
_
The Wyoming County National Bank of
Warsaw
do
Dec. 30
The Citizens National Bank of Freeport
1936
The Evans National Bank of Angola
.-. May 2
The First National Bank and Trust Company of Freeport
June 30
Total (6 banks)

See footnotes at end of table.




_._

f
\

i 20, 000

60.00

125.00
6.25

125.00
6.25

i 10,000
/
\

60.00

400,000
125, 000

20.00

20.00

50.00
i 350,000
2 3 75? 000 100.00

50.00
100.00

2

1, 030, 000

3K

26

2

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TABLE N O . 16.—National banks for which increase of capital has been authorized,
under act March 9, 1933, as amended, by the issuance of preferred stock which was
purchased by the Reconstruction Finance Corporation unless otherwise noted,
together with the amount of increase, and the rate of dividend, etc.y during the year
ended October 31, 1936—Continued

Charter
no.

4318
0566
2831
13847

Preferred
increase
capital

Date

Title

OHIO
1936
Central United National Bank of Cleveland. Feb. 1
Feb. 21
The National Bank of Cambridge
Mar. 27
The First National Bank of Fostoria
_._do
The Citizens National Bank of Woodsfield—

f
X

$7, 994, 576
3
5,424 }$16.00
3 75, 000 100.00
3 25, 000 100.00
27,400
3 2,600 }l00.00

f
X

PENNSYLVANIA

5563
9202

4625
355
6193
13134

The First National
The Elkins Park
Park ._ .
The First National
The First National

$24.00
100.00
100.00
100.00

840
4
4

8,130, 000

Total (4 banks)
9739
13030

Percent
of diviPar
dend
value Sold at to be
per
of
paid
shares share on the
par
value

1935
Nov. 8

25, 000

12.50

12.50

i 55, 000
23
45,000
3 50,000
2 3 25,000

18 y%
100.00
10.00
50.00

100.00
15.00
50.00

1936
Jan. 31 \f

i 150,000
2 s 50, 000

30.00
25.00

30.00
25.00

May 1
f
...do
{

3 500,000
i 15, 000
2 3
10, 000

10.00
100. 00
100.00

10.00
100.00
100.00

147,600
3
2,400 }lOO. 00

100.00

SV2

VA

Bank of Coaldale
National Bank, Elkins

Nov. 26 \f

Bank of Elizabethville.-_ Dec. 13
Bank of Riegelsville
...do

The National Bank of McKeesport
_
The Delaware County National Bank of
Chester. _
_
_
The Sheffield National Bank, Sheffield
First National Bank and Trust Company of
Waynesburg

July 14 /X

Total (8 banks)

3H
24
3

2

3A
4

24

2

1, 075, 000

WEST VIRGINIA
7998

1936
The National Bank of Summers of Hmton___ June 2

50, 000

62.50

62.50

3 35, 000

100.00

100. 00

WISCONSIN
2748

1936
Feb. 1

The First National Bank of Janesville
Total United States (32 banks)
i A.

3

11, 270, 000

a Local.

2B.

TABLE N O . 17.—National banks chartered which are conversions of State banks
during the year ended October 31, 1936
Charter
no.

14348

Title and location

State

Roodhouse National Bank, Roodhouse__ 111

The Huntsville National Bank, Huntsville.
The North Shore National Bank of Chi14357
cago.
14359 First National Bank & Trust Company
of East Pittsburgh.
14363 Upper Avenue National Bank of Chicago.
14364 The Citizens National Bank of Zion ».
14365 The First National Bank of Winnetka._.
14353

Total (7 banks)

Date of
charter

1935
Dec. 16

1936
Tex.__ Mar. 16

ApproxisurAuthorized mate and
Approxiplus
capital
undivided mate assets
profits

$50,000

$40,501

50,000

41,302

678,887

June 13

200,000

23,181

2,361,159

Pa_._. June 30

300,000

390,083

5,717,307

111...
July 31
_._do— Sept. 3
. . . d o - Oct. 31

200,000
100,000
100,000

226,801
37, 662
39,231

4,765,101
340, 754
1,592,334

1,000,000

798,761

16,099,133

111

» Title and location changed to "The Citizens National Bank of Waukegan," 111.
109487—37
14




$643,591

TABLE N O . 18.—National banks by States and geographical divisions, organized, failed, and reported in voluntary liquidation during the year
ended October 81, 1986
Organized
Location

Number
chartered

Failed

Authorized Number Authorized
with
common preferred preferred
capital
capital
stock

Assets

1

Total New England States

Number

Capital

Assets

i $8,950,000

O

s

$4, 679, 992

4, 679,992

o

1

--

--

$13, 480,928
2, 433,059

25,000

6

1,880,000

15, 913,987

100,000
50,000

923, 486
627,942

_
- -

5
1

2175,000
25, 000

880,075
232,381

1

185,000

100,000

802,744

9

450, 000

3, 466, 628

2

600,000

4, 738,428

--

2

1
1

35, 000
250,000

324, 383
2, 709,931

i 1, 000, 000

4, 979,086

$105,666

___
5

-

67, 231

3

50,000

4

i 75,000

1

-

1
1

235,000

1

-

$1,550,000
330,000

1

500, 000

3
3

$500,000

2

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

i 25, 000

1
1

2

8,950,000

1

New York
New Jersey
Pennsylvania
Delaware
Maryland
District of Columbia




Capital

Voluntary liquidation

o

Maine
New Hampshire
Vermont
Massachusetts
Rhode Island
Connecticut

Ohio
Indiana
Illinois
Michigan

Number

CO

oo

11

1,300,666

2

75,000

2

2

105,000

266,666

1

1,075,000

i hbf 666

5,046, 317

45, 645

3

9

Wisconsin
Minnesota
Iowa

Missouri. _ __

1

_ __

Total Middle Western States

12

1, 375,000

2

200, 000

i 100, 000

177, 358

6
6
1

3 290, 000
* 225,000
30, 000

3, 328, 875
2, 204,409
182, 553

2

150,000

223,003

17

1, 430,000

13,488, 579

5
2
1
2

.-______

200,000
105, 000
50,000
«95,000

1, 676, 361
880, 623
716, 215
637, 763

175,000
25, 000
65,000

1, 500,489
339, 381
263,903

North Dakota
South Dakota
Nebraska
Kansas
Montana _

Wyoming
Colorado
New Mexico _
_
Oklahoma
Total Western States
Washington
Oregon
California
Idaho__ __ _
Arizona
Utah.. _ _
_
Total Pacific States
Total United States

_

__
_ __ _

1

50,000

3
1
2

1

_ _ _
_

50,000

16

715, 000

6, 014, 735

11
8
5
4

« 1,055,000
7 750, 000
1,175, 000
225,000

16, 577,411
10, 643, 628
19,118,522
3, 833, 587

28

3, 205, 000

50,173,148

76

7, 680,000

89,057,077

__ _

___ _
20

2,160, 000

4

305,000

6

10, 200,000

9,949, 312

1
8 Previously reported in voluntary liquidation.
3 Includes 2 banks with preferred capital stock of

$50,000.
Includes 1 bank with preferred capital stock of $30,000.
* Includes 1 bank with preferred capital stock of $25,000.
«Includes 1 bank with preferred capital stock of $20,000.
8
T Includes 1 bank with preferred capital stock of $30,000.
Includes 3 banks with preferred capital stock of $112,500.




CO

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TABLE N O . 19.—Number and classification of national banks chartered monthly
during the year ended October 31, 1936
Conversions

Primary organizations

Reorganizations

Total

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

Number

Capital

$50,000

1
1

50, 666

2
1

500,000
200,000

1
1

1,000, 000

Capital

Number

Capital

1

60, 000

1

50,000

1
2
3
1
1
2

il
1

200,000
75,000

1
2

50,000
450,000

4
4

750,000
725,000

1
1

100,000
100,000

*20

2,465,000

1
1
2
1

$100,000
180,000
50,000

$50,000

1

200,000

100,000
100, 000

7

Number

Capital

27

665,000

36

800,000

$50,000
150,000
380,000
50,000
50,000
110,000

1
2

Continuation of bank organized by F. D. I. C.
3 of these banks had $155,000 preferred capital stock,
s 1 of these banks had $150,000 preferred capital stock.
4
4 of these banks had $305,000 preferred capitaljstock.

TABLE N O . 20.—Principal items of assets and liabilities of national banks, classified
according to capital stock, December 31, 1935
CAPITAL STOCK OF LESS THAN $50,000
[In thousands of dollars]

Location

Cash and
Loans
exchange,
and disincluding
Num- counts, Invest- reserve
Total
ber of includwith
banks ing re- ments Federal assets
disReserve
counts
banks

Surplus,
profits,
and reCapital serves for Total deposits
contingencies

COUNTRY BANKS

Maine
New Hampshire
Vermont
Massachusetts
Connecticut
Total New England
States

64
261
107
440
345
10

Total Eastern States..

Total Southern States.
Ohio
Indiana
Illinois




163
141
326
176

72
65
33
116
58

417
702
259
1,006
952

319
527
199
809

1,217

1,160

896

3,336

285

344

2,660

5,831
1,010
12,148
31
677

7,667
1,676
15,919
38
1,218

3,321
435
6,741
32
667

17, 485
3,333
36, 320
119
2,609

1,278
173
2,248
25
140

1,401
266
3,590
8
240

14, 726
2,889
30, 356
86
2,228

136

19, 697

26, 518

11,196

59,866

3,864

5,505

50, 285

20

3,414

580
437
629
843
368
2,631
12, 525
1,588
1,403
1,557

7,382
2,458
928
1,460
1,616
676
5,102
27, 221
3,799
5,606
5,659

540
235
50
90
170
50
325
3,034
387
355
440

449
167
39

2
12
108
12
13
15

252
319
443
126
1,114
8,239
1,129
2,322
1,942

1,709
788
206
478
267
159
1,193
5,276
900
1,714
1,916

53
402
1,667
172
395
250

6,377
2,056
835
1,306
1,347
570
4,358
22,483
3,235
4,855
4,964

201

20, 217

14, 606

24,557

61,907

5,676

3,755

52,386

3,784
3,425
6,361

4,375
3,638
8, 657

2,571
2,681
7,149

11,080

903
780
1,857

657
459
943

20, 264

New York
New Jersey
Pennsylvania
Delaware
Maryland
Virginia
West Virginia
North Carolina
South Carolina
Georgia
Florida
Alabama
Texas
Arkansas
Kentucky
Tennessee

276
62
224
410

10,116
23,087

9,478

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201

TABLE NO. 20.—Principal items of assets and liabilities of national banks, classified
according to capital stock, December 31, 1935—Continued
CAPITAL STOCK OF LESS THAN $50,000—Continued
[In thousands of dollars]
Loans
and disNum- counts, Investber of includbanks ing re- ments
discounts

Location

Cash and
exchange,
including
reserve
with
Federal
Reserve
banks

Total
assets

Surplus,
profits,

and reCapital serves for Total deposits
contingencies

COUNTEY BANKS—COntd.

Michigan
Wisconsin _
Minnesota
Iowa
_
Missouri

__

Total Middle Western
States
__
North Dakota
South Dakota.
Nebraska
Kansas
Montana
Wyoming
. .
Colorado..
New Mexico . .
Oklahoma

_.
__

Total Western States..
Washington
Oregon
California
____
Idaho
Utah . .
.
Arizona

7
11
71
24
17

838
1,286
9,068
2,902
2,036

1,239
1,931
13,358
3,068
1,969

704
1,004
6,668
3,301
1,863

2,844
4,368
30, 345
9,529
6,069

240
370
2,213
665
512

156
151
1,228
389
252

2,448
3,843
26,841
8,467
5, 295

252

29, 700

38,235

25,941

97, 438

7,540

4,235

85,505

33
26
46
74
18
6
28
8
112

2,875
2,589
6,451
7,492
1,528
908
3,472
939
9,576

3,692
2,166
3,837
5,607
1,359
787
2,156
799
9,832

2,594
1,542
5,388
8,595
2,349
2,058
4,210
1,091
15, 081

9,687
6,619
16, 097
22,461
5,530
3,843
10,095
2,952
35,450

957
783
1,349
1,990
565
165
758
220
2,990

566
317
773
968
173
220
430
147
1,555

8,147
5,515
13, 741
19,487
4,787
3,442
8,850
2,585
30,840

351

35,830

30, 235

42, 908

112, 734

9,777

5,149

97, 394

11
17
6
3
1

_ __.

1,347
938
2,230
715
614
217

2,093
1,145
2,093
653
186
252

1,370
1,284
2,593
1,325
265
242

4,954
3,483
7,239
2,786
1,088
721

347
275
497
185
75
25

190
166
470
81
107
18

4,414
3,039
6,256
2,519
906
677

Total Pacific States.._

50

6,061

6,422

7,079

20,271

1,404

1,032

17,811

Total United States._.

1,000

112, 722

117,176

112, 577

355,552

28, 546

20,020

306,041

C A P I T A L S T O C K OF $50,000 B U T LESS T H A N $200,000
RESERVE CITIES
1
1
1

Total reserve cities

1,019
93
115

2,804
328
1,494

2,252
415
579

6,226
940
2,200

150
100
100

273
76
81

5,804
763
2,015

3

Dallas
Waco
Pueblo

1,227

4,626

3,246

9,366

350

430

8, 582

23
36
32
62
4
21

9,122
13,154
10,724
24,653
1,125
7,026

16,367
11,645
12,723
29,786
717
8,175

6,823
7,013
5,813
16,330
736
4,488

33,186
33, 289
30,089
73, 345
2,610
20, 572

2,619
3,157
2,968
6,081
420
2,079

2,090
3,293
1,804
6,085
380
2,000

28,432
26, 443
25,250
60, 976
1,803
16, 438

COUNTRY BANKS

Maine .
New Hampshire _
Vermont
Massachusetts
Rhode Island
Connecticut

.
._

..
_.

Total New England
States
_.

Total Eastern States._
Virginia
West Virginia
North Carolina .
South Carolina

._




178

65, 804

79,413

41,203

193,091

17,324

15,652

159,342

253
138
436
11
43

New York
New Jersey
Pennsylvania
Delaware
Maryland

83, 221
47,946
177, 768
3,544
18, 576

125, 796
84,037
238, 263
3,510
22,938

41,895
26,971
81,322
796
11,389

262,678
168, 693
524,332
8,411
55, 067

25,133
14,158
39,966
990
3,729

14,736
9,715
50,434
812
3,970

221, 298
144, 366
432,983
6,529
47,290

881

331,055

474, 544

162,373 1, 019,181

83,976

79,667

852,466

81
52
28
11

34, 565
16,961
10,932
2,791

24, 452
16,675
11, 743
6,667

81, 437
48,445
39,421
16, 830

6,953
4,442
2,645
1,070

5,095
2,270
2,182
491

69,069
41, 603
34,466
15. 235

17,987
12,156
15,085
6,868

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TABLE NO. 20.—Principal items of assets and liabilities of national banks, classified
according to capital stock, December 81, 1935—Continued
CAPITAL STOCK OF $50,000 BUT LESS THAN $200,000—Continued
[In thousands of dollars]
Cash and
Loans
exchange,
and disincluding
Num- counts, Invest- reserve
Total
ber of includwith
banks ing re- ments Federal assets
disReserve
counts
banks

Location

Surplus,
profits,
and re- Total deCapital serves for posits
contingencies

COUNTEY BANKS—COntd.

Georgia
Florida
Alabama
Mississippi
Louisiana
Texas
Arkansas
Kentucky
Tennessee

—

-

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

9,638
16,608
7,467
8,560
5,060
66, 558
7,20"
24, 285
10,190

13,834
15,279
12,344
6,558
7,313
92,980
10,923
18,930
10,875

729 220, 979 215,110

241,132

40
32
37
15
19
278
28
69
39

150
70
172
52
68
111
82
45

44,243
18,908
41, 267
13, 775
18,984
30,065
23,286
13,085

67,638
32,077
85, 999
31, 661
43,984
54, 330
29, 746
15, 524

19, 683
18,361
231, 629
26,464
74,092
38, 739

3,631
2,703
2,900
1,530
1,570
20,273
2,080
6,057
3,217

2,858
1,970
2,448
585
802
13,670
1,303
4,717
1,645

17,421
15,895
197,165
23,037
63,220
33,835

707,163

59,071

40, 036

606,279

37,268 155,180
19,952 74,047
55, 227 189,216
13,860 61,051
18,093 83,776
25,974 114,564
25,721 80,771
13,007 42,767

12,796
6,038
13, 566
4,389
5,696
8,385
5,266
3,410

9,015
3,383
7,857
2,607
3,598
5,006
2,992

133,075
64, 544
167, 566
53,974
74,324
100,825
72,446
37, 235

38, 639
41,354

32,035
36, 612

750 203, 613 360,959

209,102

801,372

>9, 546

36, 544

703,989

7,146
5, 798
22, 855
24,266
6,291
4,659
10,036
4,780
23, 361

9,704
6,019
25, 30^
26, 832
9,519
3,977
16, 071
6,903
34, 799

6,435
4,479
24, 490
38,326
10,307
5,860
15, 770
8,945
38, 554

24, 529
17,106
74, 238
92, 764
27, 225
14,967
43, 043
21,099
99,408

1,994
1,460
5,310
6,956
1, 845
1,010
3,333
950
6,137

947
757
3,630
3,777
1,096
1,028
1,221
648
4,513

21, 494
14,847
64,842
81,964
24,174
12,906
38,390
19,463
88, 565

394 109,192

139,131

153,166

414,379

28,995

17, 617

366, 645

10, 519
7,809
25, 091
2,844
2,370
1,396

15, 751
10, 769
23,039
5,051
1,128
3,607
1,829

13,837
9,805
20, 111
6,128
2,097
1,601
1,620

41,412
29, 787
70,981
14,604
5,932
6,785
4,565

2,530
1,910
5,788
970
400
410
300

1,747
4*109
459
250
280
72

37,062
26,835
60,888
13,166
5,277
6,088
4,168

51,016

61,174

55,199

174,066

12,308

7,950

153,484

1,350

1,662

5,668

275

254

5,136

207

482

1,304

1, 557

2,144

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

13, 325
8,135
10, 681
3,717
5,160
63,602
7,532
27,816
15, 762

Washington
Oregon
California
Idaho
Utah
Nevada
Arizona
Total Pacific States. __
Alaska (nonmember banks).
Virgin Islands of the U. S.
(nonmember bank) *
Total (nonmember
banks)

3,026

1,133
425

3,098

983, 216 1, 332,475

865,201 3,316,224

261,645

197, 726 2,848, 474

Total United States...
1

3,101

984, 443 1, 337,101

868,447 3, 325, 590 261,995

198,156 2,857,056

Figures as of Nov. 1, 1935.




260

6,269

6,972

Total country banks..

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TABLE NO. 20.—Principal items of assets and liabilities of national banks, classified
according to capital stock, December 31, 1935—Continued
CAPITAL STOCK OF $200,000 BUT LESS THAN $500,000
[In thousands of dollars]
Cash and
Loans
exchange,
and disincluding
Num- counts, Invest- reserve
Total
ber of includwith
banks ing re- ments Federal assets
disReserve
counts
banks

Location

Surplus,
profits,
and
Capital servesre- Total defor posits
contingencies

CENTRAL RESERVE CITY

1,295

1,517

1,912

4,808

1,658
1,266

Chicago

1,551
2,372
12,169
5,379
3,580
4,818
7,180
10,374
5, 854
2,342
2,700
4, 511
2,137
5,459
2,330
21,812
1,065
5,956
9,716
6,163
3,485
4,064
7,486
2,265
3,137
2,719
12, 626
2,446

1,219
898
5,921
2,297
1,650
8,088
7,307
9,485
7,967
4,769
3,944
3,833
4,192
3,337
982
17, 785
1, 283
1,573
9,358
8,024
1,271
4,001
3,471
1,116
2,381
1,429
13,163
3,335

4,614
4,717
27, 226
11,686
6,767
19,139
21,866
27,117
17, 978
8, 521
8,597
10, 754
8,880
11, 203
3,685
52, 252
4,470
8,336
26, 326
21,179
5,272
11,226
14,187
4,469
6,725
5,135
28,939
9,130

200

176

4,410

425
500
1,875
700
400
850
1,300
600
400
750
250
500
300
400
400
2,400
400
300
1,250
600
350
300
650
200
200
400
1,150
650

175
298
2, 500
702
527
1,510
1,203
1,355
601
319
288
341
429
1,106
124
1,854
219
472
985
709
174
553
427
96
129
203
524
140

3,968
3,908
22,764
10,254
5,824
16,720
19,271
25,103
16,921
7,406
8.059
9,883
8,117
9,692
3,125
47,683
3,851
7,564
24,035
19,851
4,745
10, 356
13,016
4,156
6,385
4,528
27,252
8.340

OTHER RESERVE CITIES

Brooklyn and Bronx
Buffalo
Philadelphia
Pittsburgh
Baltimore
Washington
Charlotte
El Paso
Galveston
San Antonio
Waco
Little Rock
Nashville
Cincinnati
Toledo
Chicago
Minneapolis
Dubuque
Sioux City
St. Joseph
St. Louis
Lincoln
Omaha
Kansas City, Kans
Topeka
Wichita
Oklahoma City
Tulsa
Total other reserve
cities

3,576
993
5,331
6,236
6,861
3,818
1,179
1,703
2,203
2,387
1,615
353
11,358
1,893
651
6,658
6,622
488
2,850
3,112
1* 138
937
2,416

89,340

155, 696

134, 079 390,396

18, 500

17,963

352, 777

14,067
9,726
5,401
43,475

63

19,420
12, 560
9,006
44, 609
3,589
20,452

44,288
29,643
3,114
18, 082
22,445 117,178
6,328
803
11, 524 57, 656

3,189
2,323
2,082
10,874
650
5,348

2,738
2,969
1,274
6,460
971
3,091

38, 233
24, 293
14, 675
99, 578
4,609
48,969

COUNTRY BANKS

Maine
New Hampshire
Vermont
Massachusetts
Rhode Island
Connecticut

22^ 780

Total New England
States
New York
New Jersey
Pennsylvania
Delaware
Maryland

97,282

128
4

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

_




10,107

305

109,636

54,459

273,175

24,466

17, 503

230,357

84,169
55,413
143,791
4,278
9,995

156,298
92, 940
184,902
6,057
12,929

48,373
33,023
70,476
2,580
7,338

302,839
193,958
423,807
13,566
31,340

27, 754
18,338
33,456
913
2,462

14, 506
9,586
40,266
2,340
1,044

259, 653
165,288
348,982
10, 282
27, 797

297,646

453,126

161, 790 965, 510

82, 923

67, 742

812,002

23, 760
16, 672
8,295
6,242
5,336
6,042
14,415
7,801
1,258
28,890
5,887

12, 578
13, 540
7,474
6,079
4,236
14, 905
13,464
10, 763
836
31,604
11,490

4,325
3,790
2,315
1,150
1,500
2,325
4,475
2,150
400
7,000
1, 500

3,604
1,923
1,165
1,311
639
1,213
2,696
948
182
4,723
1,514

44,442
36,184
22,032
20,942
13,188
32,321
40,712
27,703
5,304
103,049
24,971

13, 609
9,084

52, 558
42,013
25, 547
10, 675 23,446
4,974
15, 358
14,040 35, 916
17, 502 48, 018
10, 916 30, 859
3,573
5,891
49,792 115,026
9,833 28,102

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TABLE NO. 20.—Principal items of assets and liabilities of national banks, classified
according to capital stocky December 31, 1935—Continued
CAPITAL STOCK OF $200,000 BUT LESS THAN $500,000—Continued
[In thousands of dollars]
Loans
and disNum- counts,
ber of includbanks ing rediscounts

Location

Cash and
exchange,
including
Invest- reserve
with
ments
Federal
Reserve
banks

Total
assets

Surplus,
profits,
and re- Total deCapital serves for posits
contingencies

COUNTEY BANKS—continued
Kentucky _
Tennessee .

11,377
6,153

137

North Dakota..
South Dakota..
Nebraska
Kansas
Montana
Wyoming
Colorado
New Mexico—.
Oklahoma
Total Western States..

48

Washington.
Oregon
California. . .
Idaho
Nevada
Arizona

2,700
1,975

1,412
419

26, 070
15,178

142,128

143, 221

164, 719

470, 594

35, 605

21, 749

412,096

51,719
28, 534
59,193
26,139
22, 604
19, 745
4,893
7,476

30,323
18,356
37,320
13,010
16, 754
12,930
3,816
5,192

125, 544
64,909
124,146
52,766
53, 258
46, 291
14, 094
18, 094

10,885
4,435
7,662
3,435
4,050
3,150
850
1,328

7,171
2,435
5,050
1,434
1,818
1,881
364
640

107,188
57,947
111, 195
44,937
47,240
41,106
12, 788
16,114

118,615

220,303

137, 701

499,102

7,305
4.752
3; 431
6,889
13,450
7,394
9,241
4.459
8,789

6,165
3,454
1,742
14,404
13,047
13,189
11, 758
5,459
10, 047

44,611

65, 710

3,922
2, 543
18,642
1,542

Total Middle Western

30, 257
17, 603

4,544
3,362
2,404
7,763
4,921
6,320
6,847
3,297
5,153

135

5,659

37,333
15,471
23,116
9,316
12,313
11, 930
5,005
4,131

Total Southern States.
Ohio
Indiana
Illinois
Michigan
Wisconsin. _.
MinnesotaIowa
Missouri

11, 540
4,712

4,713
5, 558
23,363
3,055

35, 795

20, 793

438, 515

18, 745
12,183
8,000
30, 572
32,336
27,520
29,056
13,832
25, 290

1,370
1,110
450
2,050
1,400
1,530
1,500
791
1,500

599
235
442
1,187
1,498
854
778
304
1,251

16, 726
10, 734
7,095
27, 286
29,405
25, 111
26, 754
12,727
22, 441

79,265

197, 534

11, 701

7,148

178,279

2,760
3,218
16, 212
3,006

12,430
11,901
61, 602
7,732

1,050
600
5,000
400

552
536
2,886
182

10,816
10,747
53, 631
7,148

1,135

Total Pacific States. -

30

1,321

2,268

5,137

300

212

4,616

27, 784

38, 010

27,464

98,802

7,350

4,368

86,958

Total country banks..

743

728, 066 1,030,006

625,398 2, 504, 717 197, 840

139,303 2,158, 207

Total United States..

~807

818, 701 1,187,219

761,389 2,899,921

157,442 2, 515, 394

216, 540

CAPITAL STOCK OF $500,000 B U T L E S S T H A N $l,000,00()
CENTKAL KESERVE CITIES
2
1

New York, _
Chicago
Total central reserve
cities

1,206
927

3,118
2,347

1,618
2,226

6,316
5,602

1,000
500

445
268

4,692
4,805

3

2,133

5,465

3,844

11,918

1,500

713

9,497

4
2
1
2
3
1
1
1
2
2
1
1

6,286
1,489
2,263
5,887
8,029
1,930
3,184
5,269
3,653
1,850
3,607
1,975

10,315
2,826
5,092
6,039
12, 548
521
2,518
478
4,696
2,804
1,523
4,793

4,356
977
2,380
8,005
19,476
2,006
7,697
3,020
5,421
2,164
3,677
3,121

21,809
5,753
9,784
20,446
42, 214
5,148
13,923
9,187
14, 557
7,537
9,165
10,394

2,475
1,000
700
1,350
1,900
600
750
750
1,250
800
500
500

611
242
516
1,155
2,150
152
464
372
356
173
256
909

18, 470
4,484
8,520
17,842
38, 075
4,258
12,701
7,897
12,907
6,549
8,394
8,975

OTHER RESERVE CITIES
Brooklyn and Bronx
Philadelphia
Pittsburgh
Baltimore
Washington
Savannah
Fort Worth
__ _
Galveston
Houston
.
San Antonio
Little Rock
Cincinnati

_ _ _.
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TABLE NO, 20.—Principal items of assets and liabilities of national banks, classified
according to capital stock, December 31, 1935—Continued
C A P I T A L STOCK OF $500,000 BUT LESS T H A N $1,000,000—Continued
[In thousands of dollars]

Loans
and disNum- counts,
ber of includbanks ing rediscounts

Location

Investments

Cash and
exchange,
including
reserve
with
Federal
Reserve
banks

Total
assets

Surplus,
profits,
and re- Total deCapital serves for posits
contingencies

OTHER RESERVE CITIES—COn.

_ _ .__

Total other
cities

3,341
5,428
3,673
4,095
7,477
19,623
1,691
3,534
5,669
3,057
3,203
3,030
1,720
7,954
825
1,221
6,821
7,919

12,979
12, 574
7,724
1,810
13,400
19,957
2,212
16,539
12, 534
619
5,240
9,691
4,799
16,877
5,418
1,801
6,456
15,963

7,321
8,403
4,725
2,467
6,857
26,865
4,178
4,116
12,110
3,933
4,477
10, 258
4,106
9,252
13, 768
1,993
5,966
22, 218

24,244
27,304
16, 216
8,676
28,838
66, 769
8,209
25, 530
31,042
7,672
13, 727
23, 602
10, 977
34, 327
20, 326
5,268
19,423
46, 632

1,100
1,260
1,640
500
500
2,550
500
1,850
1,350
700
750
1,000
600
1,085
500
500
985
2,525

732
1,981
490
194
1,076
2,332
414
726
627
278
184
843
287
2,377
1,160
115
702
1,872

22,356
24,037
14,018
7,908
27, 262
61, 732
7,281
22,938
29,019
6,686
12,762
21,733
10,081
30, 766
18,602
4,653
17,664
42,175

135, 703

220, 746

215, 313

588,699

32,470

23, 746

530,745

2
2
2
16
4
7

_

2
2
2
1
1
5
1
3
2
1
1
2
1
2
1
1
1
3
53

Chicago
Peoria
Grand Rapids
St. Paul
Cedar Rapids._
Kansas City, Mo
St. Joseph
St. Louis
Lincoln
Omaha
Kansas City, Kans
Topeka
Helena
Denver
Pueblo
Spokane
_ _
Ogden
Salt Lake City

7,116
3,655
4,196
40,035
12, 779
25, 778

5,616
5,176
3,885
49,043
9,694
20,071

4,062
1,662
1,929
21,286
4,366
15, 502

17,313
10,841
10,423
116,080
27,832
65,023

1,400
1,250
1,100
9,980
2,550
4,790

766
403
526
5,656
2,183
3,836

15,088
9,153
8,728
99,945
22,959
56,001

reserve

COUNTRY BANKS
Maine
New Hampshire
Vermont
M assachuse t ts
Rhode Island
Connecticut--.

__

Total New
States—

England
33

New York
New Jersey
Pennsylvania.
Maryland

._ __

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

_.
__

Total Southern States_
Ohio
Indiana
Illinois
Michigan
Wisconsin.-. .
Minnesota
Iowa. _ . _ _
Missouri

_

__
_

_-__

Total Middle Western
States
North'Dakota
South D a k o t a . . .

____




93,559

93,485

48,807

247, 512

21,070

13, 370

211,874

32
14
28
2

70,103
32,948
78,107
4,017

92,477
55,654
91,746
4,590

30,930
20,177
41,424
1,378

203,248
115,831
227,986
10,472

19,795
8,073
18,835
1,002

7,662
3,506
17,424
235

174,631
103,217
190,748
9,223

76

185,175

244,467

93,909

557,537

47,705

28,827

477,819

8
4
2
1
1
3
6
8
3
2
2

23, 294
7,911
3,938
2,842
1,888
6,129
18,181
18,576
6,283
3,410
3,312

11,084
7,250
3,934
2,116
1,480
4,132
16,398
13,397
6,769
2,682
4,788

10, 222
4,852
4,880
3,143
2,338
2,941
28,838
23, 578
6,779
2,884
5,799

47,832
21,376
12,910
8,508
5, 987
14,102
66,652
58,109
20,345
9,429
14, 335

4,600
2,250
1,100
500
800
1,800
4,200
4,780
1,500
1,000
1,250

2,334
1,290
479
283
247
441
1,672
2,240
1,027
912
330

40, 663
17, 787
11, 293
7,695
4,918
11,824
60,076
50,987
17,784
7,482
12, 737

40

95, 764

74,030

96, 254

279,585

23,780

11, 255

243,246

11
5
9
7
7
2
1
2

21,324
11, 706
21, 385
12,368
11, 565
3,241
1,710
5,630

35,385
21,013
41,399
22,618
28,141
5,736
2,732
5,412

17,125
15,920
26,992
12, 926
13,029
5,050
1,824
5,794

78,018
50,405
92,103
53,321
55, 714
14, 382
6,862
17,403

6,815
3,270
5,038
4,510
4,000
1,100
550
1,100

2,483
1,531
3,266
1,496
2,276
583
270
426

68,471
45,485
83,566
47,129
49,250
12,635
5,991
15,868

44

88, 929

162,436

98, 660

368, 208

26, 383

12, 331

328,395

1
3

2,172
5,852

1,441
7,555

2,932
7,245

6,997
21,691

650
1,955

126
327

6,188
19,319

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TABLE Nok 20.—Principal items of assets and liabilities of national bankSj classified
according to capital stock, December 81, 1935—Continued
CAPITAL STOCK OF $500,000 BUT LESS THAN $1,000,000—Continued
[In thousands of dollars]

Location

Cash and
Loans
exchange,
and disNum- counts, Invest- including
reserve
ber of includwith
banks ing re- ments Federal
disReserve
counts
banks

Total
assets

Surplus,
profits,
and re- Total deCapital serves for posits
contingencies

COUNTRY BANKS—continued
1
1

Total Western States..
Washington
California. __
Idaho
Nevada
Arizona

1,924
1,311

3,390
2,089

4,963
1,946

10,690
5,441

600
500

340
239

9,726
4,672

6

11, 259

14,475

17,086

44,819

3,705

1,032

39,905

2
2
1
1
1

Montana
Oklahoma

2,668
10,066
2,534
2,412
1,622

2,265
8,250
7,032
7,699
674

3,142
4,134
3,061
5,907
5,611

8,864
23, 926
13,084
16, 370
8,228

1,300
1,100
800
500
500

321
1,436
317
431
407

7,236
21,377
11,951
15,251
7,317

21,855

2,912

63,132

7

19, 302

25,920

70,472

4,200

Total country banks _

206

493, 988

614,813

376,571 1,568,133

126,843

69,727 1, 364,371

Total United States. __

262

631,824

841,024

595,728 2,168, 750

160,813

94,186 1,904,613

Total Pacific States

CAPITAL STOCK OF $1,000,000 B U T LESS T H A N $5,000,000
CENTRAL RESERVE CITIES

New York
Chicago
Total central reserve
cities

19,817
38, 359

24,104
76, 856

20,751
102,871

66, 255
219,976

4,014
9,250

3,881
5,887

57,109
204,052

58,176

100,960

123,622

286, 231

13, 264

9,768

261,161

71, 801 64,180
2,676
1,476
130,571 135,953
16, 828
6,519
15,972 144, 632
26, 314 55,910
20, 764 22, 617
7,772 11, 369
17, 329 41, 280
48, 074 81, 482
8,910
6,446
25, 791 22,790
3,954
3,403
26, 417 66,725
11,348 29,968
3,480
3,616
38, 111 42,197
39, 449 39,106
8,541
8,647
4,389
5,532
28,480 65, 369
23,024 66,067
4,559 10,159
16, 050 39, 900
5,190 14,933
5,156
4,689
5,137 14, 612
15,478 28, 993
23, 507 63,442
11,016 22,833
23, 516 43,410
7,961 14,242
23, 726 52, 254
21,416 28,162
11, 775
15,331
27, 552 34,172
4,337
6,250

84.884
1,377
101, 357
7,591
47, 098
40,988
44,921
12, 543
32, 608
65, 322
8,719
24,113
2,217
61,647
20,747
5,327
36,835
48,134
4,489
4,083
54, 457
67,072
7,836
63,025
14.885
6,915
7,987
14,819
63,443
18, 299
33, 825
31,471
53,375
27, 712
16, 523
23, 425
8,732

225, 796
6,043
384, 809
33, 522
210,629
128, 244
89,005
32,401
95, 491
203,052
24, 368
75, 266
10, 380
160,440
64,606
12,687
119,325
130, 726
21,979
14,666
154,136
159,852
24,432
119,645
35,774
16, 979
28,101
61,913
151,431
52, 602
104, 500
55,180
131,595
78,647
45,468
87, 018
19,492

7,500
1,000
18, 526
2,000
5,500
6,550
4,000
1,500
6,000
8,200
2,000
4,000
1,000
10,000
3,700
1,000
3,993
5,500
1,000
1,000
9,900
7,050
2,000
3,000
2,200
1,000
2,500
5,600
4,250
2,500
4,950
2,000
5,400
6,200
2,500
5,000
1,000

13,937
192
33,976
3,852
8,597
4,840
4,257
763
2,605
7,051
474
2,136
440
7,674
2,305
361
5,360
7,120
661
649
5,254
6,678
1,043
3,385
1,213
365
144
1,612
4,201
1,526
2,450
1,983
5,167
2,961
1,020
3,854
364

201, 736
4,822
326,864
27, 617
195, 310
116, 463
80,401
30,001
86, 727
186,120
21, 812
68,949
8,895
141,284
58,357
11, 285
109,268
117, 568
20,207
13,013
138,482
145, 789
21,307
112, 985
32, 070
15,546
25,103
54, 531
142,764
48,473
96,800
51,079
120, 643
69, 293
41,583
77,712
18,101

OTHER RESERVE CITIES

Boston
Brooklyn and Bronx
Philadelphia
Pittsburgh
Baltimore
Washington
Richmond
Atlanta
Jacksonville
New Orleans
Dallas
.
Fort Worth
Gal veston
Houston
San Antonio
Waco
Louisville
Memphis
Nashville
Cincinnati
Columbus
Indianapolis
Peoria
Detroit
Milwaukee
Minneapolis
St. Paul
Des Moines
Kansas City, Mo
St. Louis
Omaha
Wichita
Denver
Oklahoma City
Tulsa
Seattle.
Spokane




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TABLE NO, 20.—Principal items of assets and liabilities of national banks, classified
according to capital stock, December SI, 1985—Continued
CAPITAL STOCK OF $1,000,000 BUT LESS THAN $5,000,000—Continued
[In thousands of dollars]
Loans
and disNum- counts, Investber of includbanks ing re- ments
discounts

Location

Cash and
exchange,
including
reserve
with
Federal
Reserve
banks

Total
assets

Surplus,
profits,
and reCapital serves for Total deposits
contingencies

OTHER RESERVE CITIES—COn.

Portland
Los Angeles
San Francisco..

_

Total other
cities

2
2
1

185,398
141, 346
10,864

6,500
4,500
1,000

858, 816 1, 508,071 1, 234,806 3,707, 808

173, 019

38,218
36, 278
5,902

96,147
83,510
1,795

44,204
19, 551
2,250

6,802
5,654
253

171,298
130,604
8,751

reserve
85

163,179 3, 349, 613

COUNTRY BANKS
3
5
2
5

5 882
24 914
20, 612
47, 579

22 393
41 964
28,182
53,825

5 597
19,114
13, 857
45, 828

34, 390
89,974
63,350
155,972

3,525
7,990
4,000
10, 330

723
3,354
5,016
7,492

30, 084
76, 770
53, 949
137,148

15

98, 987

146, 364

84,396

343, 686

25, 845

16, 585

297, 951

11
13
12

62,488
84,488
56,420

116,748
144, 295
74, 010

51, 590
88, 355
25,425

237,329
336, 690
168, 525

15, 854
25, 529
13,450

12, 963
8,342
18, 565

207, 620
301, 272
135,896

36

203,396

335, 053

165, 370

742, 544

54, 833

39,870

644, 788

4
2
1
3
3
1
1
3

26, 281
13, 073
11, 473
11, 354
16, 381
3,109
6,912
15,423

26,870
10, 675
8,369
26 442
21, 628
1,183
2,830
33, 707

28, 386
10,320
16,694
16 462
18, 510
4,526
3,135
23, 256

85,400
37, 292
37, 738
56, 586
60,257
9,198
13,499
74,869

5,800
2,812
2,300
3,950
3,250
1,000
1,000
5,000

3,448
2,178
469
1,508
3,673
217
912
2,000

75, 722
32,199
34,946
51, 067
52, 702
7,981
11, 542
67,437

18

104, 006

131,704

121, 289

374,839

25,112

14,405

333,596

5
3
3
2
2

25,163
9 840
9,542
5,462
8,826

29, 357
21 178
17,397
16,230
13, 361

23, 383
12 252
12, 821
11, 003
16, 811

84, 816
46 327
43,182
34, 599
39, 770

6,750
3,350
3,250
2,500
3,250

4,048
1,028
1,660
1,075
1,506

73, 766
41, 794
38, 032
30, 545
34, 841

15

58,833

97, 523

76,270

248, 694

19,100

9,317

218, 978

.

2
3
1

8,044
23 451
8,604

8,214
20 060
11,350

9,246
20,334
6,644

26, 735
67,609
27,546

2,500
3,500
1,500

1,173
1,164
637

23, 023
62, 889
25,231

Total Pacific States....

6

40,099

39, 624

36, 224

121,890

7,500

2,974

111, 143

10,188

2,077

39,063

Maine
Massachusetts
Rhode Island
Connecticut

__

_.

Total New England
States
New York..
New Jersey...
Pennsylvania
Total Eastern States__
Virginia ___
West Virginia

.

_ _ _. _

South Carolina. _ _
_
Florida. .
Alabama
_ _.
Texas.
Kentucky
Tennessee
Total Southern States.
Ohio
Indiana
Michigan
Wisconsin
Minnesota

.
_ __.

Total Middle Western
States
Washington
California _ _ _
Arizona

_._ _
;

The Territory of Hawaii
(nonmember bank)
Total country banks...
Total United States. _.

1

13,039

18, 890

91

518, 360

769,158

44, 549

3,350

493, 737 1, 876, 202

135, 740

85, 228 1, 645, 519

184 1,435,352 2,378,189 1, 852,165 5, 870, 241

322, 023

258,175 5,256, 293

CAPITAL STOCK OF $5,000,000 BUT LESS THAN $25,000,000
CENTRAL RESERVE CITY

New York

3

183,003

409, 570

240,244

846,992

25, 250

107,207

699,647

1
1

68, 303
78, 777

52,925
188,464

73, 271
171, 592

203, 538
452, 788

10, 000
14,000

21,402
25, 551

169,139
403, 524

OTHER RESERVE CITIES

Boston

. _

_. _

Philadelphia




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TABLE NO. 20.—Principal items of assets and liabilities of national banks, classified
according to capital stock, December 81, 1935—Continued
CAPITAL STOCK OF $5,000,000 BUT LESS THAN $25,000,000— Continued
[In thousands of dollars]
Cash and
Loans
exchange,
and disNum- counts, Invest- including
reserve Total
ber of includwith
banks ing re- ments Federal
disReserve
counts
banks

Location

Surplus,
profits,
and
Capital servesre- Total defor posits
contingencies

OTHEE RESERVE CITIES—

continued
Pittsburgh
Atlanta
Savannah
Birmingham
Dallas
Houston
Nashville
Cincinnati
Cleveland
Detroit
Milwaukee
Minneapolis
St, Paul
St. Louis
Tulsa___
Seattle
Los Angeles
San Francisco

56,038
29,902
31, 399
21, 438
66, 727
10, 997
20,194
24,009
71,449
51,891
38, 634
87,424
47, 286
52,273
15,432
38, 758
47, 597
191, 994

Total other reserve
cities

351, 696
51,806
16,465
17,139
50,175
24,633
13,950
20, 633
139, 752
189, 355
92, 562
103,842
48,966
94, 800
16,876
64, 545
28, 218
149, 321

113, 617
28,041
34,973
18,861
62,817
15, 647
17, 576
38, 332
61,877
151, 579
59, 229
78, 450
43, 814
83, 974
20, 407
28,137
28,477
113, 354

538,746
113,428
87, 396
62, 349
188,973
53,002
55,396
84, 659
280, 660
394,917
199,400
276, 610
146, 797
235, 287
55,069
134,910
108, 546
472, 858

19,500
5,400
5,000
10,000
14,000
5,500
7,000
6,000
21, 700
16,000
15,000
16, 000
6,000
10, 200
6,000
8,000
5,000
29, 900

27 1,050,522 1,715,853 1, 244, 025 4,145, 329 230,200

43, 632
5,885
2,389
1,467
5,535
1,214
489
5,635
4,610
10,290
3,:
9,009
7,104
6,541
2,344
2,720
4,541
19, 946

473, 625
101, 709
79, 619
50, 555
166, 759
46, 056
47, 777
72, 290
253, 697
368, 060
179, 982
248, 642
132, 343
217,460
46, 601
123, 490
98,245
417,557

183,502 3,697,130

COUNTRY BANK

Pennsylvania-_

21, 947

Total United States..

46, 562

8,728

81, 622

6,500

31 1, 255, 472 2,171, 9851, 492, 997 5,073,943 261,950

4,752

70, 371

295,461 4, 467,148

CAPITAL STOCK^OF $25,000,000 BUT LESS THAN $50,000,000
CENTRAL RESERVE CITY

Chicago . _
_

1

191,196

364, 661

355,433

928,465

40, 000

19, 684

860, 410

672, 684
588, 734

27,813
36, 000

56, 669
24, 459

575, 306
525,128

OTHER RESERVE CITIES

Boston
. _
Los Angeles
_
_
Total other reserve
cities

1
1

209,159
237, 620

170, 279
229, 205

262.147
87, 903

2

446,779

399, 484

350, 050 1, 261, 418

63,813

81,128 1,100,434

Total United States...

3

637,975

764,145

705, 483 2,189,883

103, 813

100,812 1,960,844

1,011,210 1,451,108 1,316,887 3,942,647
304,128 1,141,086
173,777

277, 770
75, 000

133, 992 3,424, 260
36,012 1, 007,332

1,184, S

352, 770

170, 004 4,431, 592

C A P I T A L S T O C K O F $50,000,000 O R M O R E
CENTRAL RESERVE CITIES

New York
Chicago
Total central reserve
cities

2, 509, 446 1, 621, 015 5,083, 733

OTHER RESERVE CITY

San Francisco

___

Total United States...
Grand total United
States




130, 521 1,257,088

50,000

52,455 1,148, 752

4 1, 632, 295 2, 680, 697 1, 751, 536 6, 340, 821

402, 770

222,459 5,580,344

447, 308

621, 251

5,392 7,508,784 11477,536 8,140,322 28,224,701 1,758,450 1,346,711 24,847, 733

TABLE NO. 21.—National-bank notes redeemed and outstanding, by denominations and amounts, on October 81, each year, 1932 to 1936
[For prior years see Annual Reports for 1920, p. 42, and 1931, p. 220]

Ones

Year

1932..

OLD SERIES
Redeemed.
Outstanding

1932..

Twos

Fives

Tens

Twenties

Fifties

One hundreds

Five hundreds

One thousands

22,828,928
340,749

15,332, 618
162,420

3, 658. 731,190
13,188,170

5,948, 554,990
25, 073,490

3,439, 078, 200
25,317, B20

405,965, 700
4,654,050

496, 355, 700
5,862, 200

12,202,000
87, 500

7,433,000
- 21,000

371,118, 920
153, 588,940

446, 764,780
330,406,100

165,977, 200
249,169,640

10,587, 750
34,136,050

3,428, 000
26,775,200

3,660, 392, 200
11, 527,160

5, 953, 627, 055
20,001,425

3, 445,941, 600
18,453,920

407, 217,300
3,402,450

497,890,800
4,327,100

505, 699, 255
168,200,390

623, 622, 510
379, 324, 670

236,362, 360
292,900, 540

15,018, 750
36, 294, 600

5,573,000
32,564,900

3, 661, 286, 630
10, 632, 730

5,956,074,125
17, 554, 355

3, 449, 022, 940
15,372,580

407,808,350
2,811,400

498, 550,700
3,667, 200

657, 043, 515
152, 601, 080

834,990, 840
346, 590, 300

323,455, 560
291, 705,660

20,163, 900
35,982, 550

8,364, 400
35,101,300

3,661,844, 473
10,074,887

5, 957, 720,975
15, 907, 505

3,451,177, 290
13, 218, 230

408,176, 675
2,443,075

498, 965,800
3, 252,100

797,434,320
54, 062,650

1,065, 974, 810
176, 389,130

450, 631, 570
196, 967, 390

29,701,400
28,339, 200

14,947, 600
30,743,900

3,662,162,930
9, 756,430

5,958, 717,410
14,911,070

3,452, 436, 240
11,959,280

408,406,150
2, 213,600

499, 242,400
2, 975, 500

829, 501, 365
21, 995, 605

1,148,774,090
93, 589, 850

520,421,080
127,177, 880

37, 065,950
20,974,650

22,025,800
23, 665, 700

Total

o

Redeemed

14,006,482, 326
74,706,899

NEW SERIES
Outstanding

997,876,650
794,075,930

W

OLD SERIES
1933..

Redeemed.
Outstanding

22,828,928
340, 749

15,332,618
162,420

12, 202, 000
87, 500

7,433,000
21,000

14,022,865,501
58,323, 724

NEW SERIES
1933..

Redeemed
Outstanding

o
o

1,386, 275,875
909, 285,100

OLD SERIES
1934..

Redeemed... _

22, 828, 928
340, 749

15, 332, 618
162, 420

12,202,000
87, 500

7,433,000
21,000

14,030, 539, 291
50,649,934

Outstanding
1934.

NEW SERIES
Redeemed

1,844,018, 215
861,980,890

Outstanding
1935-

OLD SERIES
Outstanding
Redeemed.
NEW SEPIES

1935-

Redeemed

22,829,397
340, 280

15,332, 955
162,083

Outstanding

12, 202, 000
87,500

7,433,000
21,000

14,035, 682, 565
45, 506, 660

W

2, 358,689, 700
486, 502, 270

d

OLD SERIES
1936

Redeemed

22,829, 453
340, 224

15, 332,992
162, 046

12, 202,000
87, 500

7,433,000
21,000

14,038, 762, 575
42,426,650

!

Outstanding
1936..

NEW SERIES
Redeemed...
Outstanding

NOTE 1.—First issue Dec. 21, 1863; first redemption Apr. 5, 1865.




NOTE 2.—Gold notes included since 1915.

2, 557, 788, 285
287,403,685

NOTE 3.—Fractions and nonassorted notes not included.

8
CD

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TABLE N O . 22.—National-bank notes received monthly by Comptroller of Currency
from Currency Redemption Division for redemption on retirement account, during
year ended October 31, 1936
Amount
November
December
January
February
March
April

1935

$31,030,940.00
25, 543,455.00

1936

27,139,451.50
17,281,215. 00
15,266,235.00
15,311,350. 00

Amount
1936—Continued
May
June
July
August
September
October
Total

$14,132,430.00
12,294,165.00
13, 595,975. 00
9,738,985.00
9,271,460.00
10,455,475. 00
201, 061,136. 50

TABLE N O . 23.—Vault account of currency, Currency Bureau, year ended October
31, 1936
NEW SERIES

National bank currency in vaults at the close of business Oct. 31, 1935
Amount withdrawn from vaults and canceled
Total amount in vaults at close of business Oct. 31, 1936

$58,916,385
58,916,385

TABLE NO. 24.—Vault account of currency received and destroyed during year ended
October 31, 1936
Amount in vault of Redemption Division of Currency Bureau awaiting destruction at close
of business Oct. 31, 1935
.
Amount received during year ended Oct. 31, 1936
Total
Withdrawn and destroyed during year
Balance on hand in vault Oct. 31, 1936
-

$2,350,400.00
201,061,136.50
203,411,536.50
202,178,526. 50
1, 233, 010.00

TABLE N O . 25.—Amount of currency received for redemption, by months, from
July 1, 1935, to June 30, 1936, and counted into the cash of the Currency Redemption Division
National-bank Federal Reserv( Federal Reserve United States
notes
bank notes
currency

Total

1935
July
August
September
October
November
December

$30,733,434.00
97, 034, 283.00
46, 372,335.00
41,449,971. 00
31,166,441.00
25, 694,170. 00

$2,948,804. 00
3,076, 558.00
2, 663,664. 00
2,951,668.00
2, 256,361. 00
1,968,575. 00

$2,800,520.00
2,645,405.00
2,358,875.00
2,697,055. 00
2,805,000.00
2,885,795.00

$7, 514. 50
15, 516. 22
14,800.18
11, 765. 05
16,973.15
92,458.12

$36,490, 272. 50
102,771,762. 22
51,409, 674.18
47,110,459.05
36,244,775.15
30,640,998.12

1936
J a n u a r y _.
February.
March
April
May
June

26,354,435. 50
17,035,866.00
16, 277,782. 50
14,715,346. 50
13,957, 234.00
12, 212,540. 00

3, 319,906. 00
2, 930,114. 50
2,460,011.50
2,188,885.00
2,061, 278.00
1,770,029.00

2,995, 040.00
2, 549,657. 50
10, 754, 262. 50
11,659,400.00
10,816, 925. 00
10,463,400.00

156,841. 03
118,643. 74
6,005,468.65
4, 705,369. 52
4,419,079.25
4,306,220. 72

32,826,222. 53
22,634, 281.74
35,497, 525.15
33, 269,001.02
31, 254, 516. 25
28, 752,189. 72

373,003,838.50

30, 595,854. 00

65,431,335.00

19,870, 650.13

488,901, 677. 63

Total

TABLE NO. 26/—Amount of currency received by the Currency Redemption Division
for redemption in the year ended June 30, 1936, from principal cities
$7,002,500.00
Boston
$36,410,954.03 Kansas City
New York
74,268,200.00 Dallas
.-_ 7,280,400.00
22,635,050.00
Philadelphia
32,048,185.38 San Francisco
6,208,400.00
Cleveland
13,389,500.00 Cincinnati
6,958,025.00
Richmond
9,644,100.00 Baltimore
5,361,710.00
Atlanta
8,212,298.00 New Orleans
182,963,351.01
Chicago
52,927,385.50 Other places
St. Louis
13,027,837.68
Total
490,066,596.60
Minneapolis
11,728,700.00
NOTE.—The difference of $1,164,918.97 between the totals of this table and table 25, is accounted for by the
amount of the cash balance of the Redemption Division, $1,093,165.14, which was consolidated with the cash
balance of the National Bank Redemption Agency on March 2, 1936; and $71,753.83 which represents the
net adjustments for overs, shorts, and spurious issues found in remittances received.
The total amount of currency of all issues received by the National Bank Redemption Agency and the
Currency Redemption Division and counted into cash from June 30,1874, exclusive of deductions for shortages and spurious issues, is $21,795,487,234.05.




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TABLE N O . 27.'—Cost of redemption of national-bank notes during the year ended
June 30, 1936
Amount of expenses
Office Treasurer United
States
(N. C. R.)
Salaries
_
Printing, binding and stationery.
Contingent expenses
Insurance
Postage

Office Comptroller of
Currency

$92,915.77
1,437.58
2,258. 24
10,446. 75
5,315. 79

$29,549.03
75.34
93.20

$122,464.80
1,512.92
2,351.44
10,446. 75
5,315. 79

112,374.13

Total

29, 717.57

142,091.70

Amount
redeemed
Redeemed on retirement account

Total

Rate per

$397,423,830. 00

$0. 64657879

$1,000

Amount of
expenses
$142,091. 70

TABLE N O . 28.—Classification of Federal Reserve currency redemptions, the amount
redeemed, number of notes, cost of redemption per 1,000 notes, and amount assessed
upon Federal Reserve banks, year ended June 30, 1936
Amount
Federal Reserve notes:
Received from various sources, whole notes:
Salaries
Printing, binding, and stationery
Contingent expenses

$1,464. 78
22.66
35.60

Total

1,523.04

Received direct from Federal Reserve banks and branches, canceled and cut:
Salaries
Printing, binding, and stationery
Contingent expenses

36, 665.78
100.34
1,163. 96

Total

37,930.08

Federal Reserve bank notes, new series:
Received from various sources:
Salaries
Printing, binding, and stationery
Contingent expenses
Insurance
Postage

1,402. 73
21.70
34.09
855. 37
385.06

Total

2, 698.95

Aggregate

42,152.07

Amount in
dollars
Federal Reserve notes:
Received from various sources, whole notes__ $35, 587,450
Received direct from Federal Reserve banks
1,316,264,710
and branches, canceled and cut
Federal Reserve bank notes, new series:
30, 981, 700
Received from various sources
Total




1, 382,833,860

Number of
notes

Rate per
1,000 notes

Assessment

2, 517,225

$0. 60504938

$1, 523. 04

120, 394,079

. 31504938

37, 930.08

2,410, 575
125, 321,879

1.11962913
.33635045

2, 698.95
42,152.07

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TABLE N O . 29.—Taxes assessed on national-bank circulation, years ended June 80
1864-1936; cost of redemption, 1874-1986; and assessments for cost of plates, etc.
1883-1985
[For yearly figures 1883-1911 see report for 1931, p. 227]

Semiannual
duty on
circulation

Year

1864-1882
1874-1882
1883-1911
1912
1913
1914
1915
1916
1917
1918
1919
1920
1921
1922
1923
1924
1925
1926
1927
1928

Cost of
redemption of
notes by the
United States
Treasurer

Assessment for
cost of
plates
new
banks1

Assessment for
cost of
plates,
extended
banks

$821,110
22, 740
28, 560
11, 560

$473,295
28,190
19, 805
8,500

16, 660
10,085
9,200
16, 770
15, 600
31,850
31, 070
18, 244
23, 464
18, 756
12, 682
22, 948
22, 618
20, 890
15,792
3,930
2,286
3,174
6,762
11, 270
15, 364
5,290

13,855
9,700
6,000
11,120
15,340
28, 990
82,160
52, 780
5,850
3,556
4,456

AssessAssessment for
ment for
cost of
adding
plates
signatures
addito plates,
tional
etc.i
or duplicate

$52,253, 518. 24
_

$1,971,587.10
62, 595, 336. 73 • 5,269,078.81
3,690, 313. 53
505, 735. 21
3, 804, 762. 29
517,842. 93
3, 889, 733.17
529,013. 36
f 3,901, 541.18
498, 328. 60
12 2, 977, 066. 73 }
3, 744, 967. 77
450,150. 22
3, 533, 631. 28
420,160. 42
3, 656, 895. 34
412, 785. 92
3, 627, 060. 80
528, 424. 24
3, 706, 901.15
974, 058.11
3, 806, 590. 02
1,115,146; 00
3, 941, 461.17
594,168. 70
4,030, 336. 30
514, 598. 55
4,063, 708. 32
527, 979. 90
3, 661, 819. 45
459, 790. 43
3, 277, 512. 90
494, 470. 91
3, 253, 461. 97
467,411.42
3, 234, 240. 29
465,080.16

1929

3,441,152. 95

1930
1931
1932
1933
1934
1935 _ _
1936

3,248,327. 85
3, 242,977. 92
3,175,189. 24
3,415,840. 63
4, 518,904. 84
4, 365, 601. 32
694, 743. 49

Total. _ 206, 753, 596. 87
1

/
461, 375. 92 \
642, 676. 54
445,683. 09
424,431. 75
424, 963. 21
422,391.83
388, 711. 65
142,091. 70
20, 068,136. 68

1, 218, 675

}

$4,130
6,975
6,300

$52, 253, 518. 24
1, 971, 587.10
69,158, 820. 54
4, 251,108. 74
4, 377, 945. 22
4, 445,106. 53

11,175
3,420
6,460
9,100
7,590
20, 770
12,670
17, 226
25, 262
31, 388
4,404
30, 564
37, 924
21, 728

7,418,626. 51
4, 218, 322.99
3, 975, 451. 70
4,106,671. 26
4,194,015.04
4, 762, 569. 26
5,047,636.02
4,624,372.87
4, 600, 351.85
4, 646,161. 22
4,143, 742.88
3,827,105.81
3, 782, 525. 39
3, 743,168. 34

17,914

12
96
36
12
763, 597

Total

275,156

$493. 66
841.1)0
773.T)0
591. 00
1, 610. 00
1,110. 00
1, 229. 89
/ 1, 322. 30
1
54.00 |
8, 280. 00
11, 079. 00
11,028. 00
11,181.00
11,256. 00
7,335. 00
68,183.19

3,941,541.17
3, 901, 570. 39
3, 702, 914. 01
3, 617, 422. 99
3,863, 350. 84
4, 967, 952. 67
4, 766, 949. 97
836, 835.19
229,147, 344. 74

Beginning in the latter part of 1929 amounts in this column concern logotypes incident to reduced size
notes, series of 1929.
2
Tax collected on additional circulation under act May 30, 1908.




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213

TABLE N O . 30.—Federal Reserve notes outstanding according to weekly statements
(amount issued by Federal Reserve agents to Federal Reserve banks less notes redeemed)) and collateral security therefor, from November 6, 1935, to October 28, 1986
[In thousands of dollars]
Collateral security
Federal Reserve notes
outstanding

Gold certificates on
hand and
due from
U. S. Treasury

3, 846,465
3,863, 624
3, 874,197
3, 897,108
3,942, 712
3,966,374
4, 022,187
4, 062, 539
4,047,052

3, 747, 518
3, 773,843
3, 779,343
3, 824, 343
3, 863, 843
3,909,843
3,960,843
3, 976, 843
3,970, 843

5,244
7,511
3,882
4,494
3, 744
4,404
5,044
5,199
2,716

129, 500
124, 500
125,900
109,100
121,100
109,000
110, 000
127, 500
127,500

35,797
42,230
34,928
40, 829
45, 975
56,873
53, 700
47,003
54,007

4,021, 577
3,984,358
3,965,491
3,953, 622
3, 961,896
3,949,707
3,954,159
3,966,457
3,997,381
4,008,275
4,004,698
4,009,450
4,029,102
4, 050, 111
4,041,109
4,031, 692
4,012, 215
4,037,156
4, 042,174
4, 033, 793
4,036,457
4,049, 745
4,074,896
4,132, 931
4, 243,935
4,304,059
4, 345,447
4, 331,177
4,308, 344
4, 291, 673
4, 284,874
4, 292, 938
4, 297, 480
4,302,908
4,299,473
4,342,679
4,349,616
4, 346,600
4, 346, 943
4, 368, 693
4,378,990
4,399, 643
4, 388,746

Date

3,934,843
3,916, 843
3, 904,343
3,880,343
3,888,343
3,881,843
3,884,843
3,885,843
3,915,343
3,931,843
3, 966,843
3,996,843
3, 990,843
4,024, 343
4,045, 343
4,045,343
4,029,903
4.042,903
4,056,140
4,040,140
4, 038, 523
4,049,523
4,087,023
4,125, 523
4, 260, 523
4, 271, 523
4,342,023
4,348, 023
4, 319,023
4, 313, 023
4, 289,838
4, 299,338
4, 301,338
4, 306,338
4,306,338
4,328,838
4,325, 838
4,327,838
4, 337,838
4,348, 838
4,362,838
4, 360, 838
4, 365, 838

3,427
3,497
4,565
5,153
7,832
6,243
4,914
5,224
3,999
3,211
3,681
4,190
5,298
3,859
4,575
3,846
3,928
3,272
3,483
3,428
3,488
4,485
4,113
5,109
4,880
2,744
2,043
1,647
2,144
2,378
2,634
6,507
5,038
5,777
6, 922
6,130
6,411
5, 444
5,306
5,882
6,590
4,445
4,361

152,000
134,000
133,400
131,400
125,000
118,000
118,000
127,000
131,000
123,000
88,000
59,000
67,000.
68,000
69,000
60, 000
57,000
48,000
46,000
57,000
55,000
49,000
37,000
43, 000
42,000
67,000
47,000
39,000
58,000
53,000
73,000
73,000
73,000
73,000
73,000
73,000
83,000
88,000
88,000
93,000
88,000
98,000
93,000

68, 693
69,982
76,817
63, 274
59,279
56,379
53,598
51,610
52, 961
49, 779
53, 826
50,583
34,039
46,091
77,809
77,497
78, 616
57,019
63,449
66, 775
60,554
53,263
53,240
40,701
63, 468
37, 208
45, 619
57, 493
70, 823
76, 728
80,598
85,907
81,896
82, 207
86, 787
65, 289
65, 633
74, 682
84,201
79,027
78,438
63, 640
74, 453

Eligible
paper

IT. S. Government
securities

Excess
collateral

1935
Nov. 6__.
Nov. 13..
Nov. 20.
Nov. 27..
Dec. 4 . . .
Dec. 11_.
Dec. 18..
Dec. 24..
Dec. 3 1 1936
Jan. 8 . . .
Jan. 15~.
Jan. 22...
Jan. 29...
Feb. 5 . . .
Feb. 12..
Feb. 1 9 Feb. 2 6 Mar. 4__.
M a r . 11..
M a r . 18..
M a r . 25..
Apr. 1 . . .
Apr, S . Apr. 1 5 Apr. 22..
Apr. 2 9 M a y 6—_
M a y 13..
M a y 2O._
M a y 27_.
June 3 . . .
June 1O__
J u n e 17—
June 24—
July 1 . . .
July 8 . . .
July 1 5 , .
July 22. _
July 29 _.
Aug. 5_—
Aug. 1 2 Aug. 1 9 Aug. 2 6 Sept. 2—
Sept. 9—
Sept. 16..
Sept. 23..
Sept. 30..
Oct. 7___
Oct. 14. .
Oct. 2 1 . .
Oct. 2 8 . .

109487—37-

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TABLE NO. 31.—Federal Reserve notes, segregated by series, printed, shipped, and canceled, issued to banks, retired, and destroyed since organiza- to
tion of the banks, with the balance in vaults and amount outstanding October 31, 1936
VAULT BALANCE OCTOBER 31, 1936, 1914-18 SERIES
Fives

Tens

Twenties

Fifties

$5,370,100,000 $5,978, 520,000 $6,092,240,000 $1, 283, 800,000
Total printed
Total shipped and canceled. 5,370,100, 000 5,978, 520,000 6,092, 240,000 1, 283,800,000

l
Five
One hundreds Five hundreds One thousands thousands

$884,400,000
884,400,000

$173,000,000
173,000,000

Ten
thousands

Total

$333,600,000 $108,000, 000 $184, 000,000 $20, 407, 660,000
333, 600, 000 108, 000, 000 184, 000,000 20, 407,660,000

1

VAULT BALANCE OCTOBER 31, 1936,1928-34 SERIES
$2,777,880,000 $5,043,360,000 $4,363,200,000 $1,684,400,000 $2, 207, 600,000 $1,091, 060, 000 $1,390,196,000 $159,840,000 $194,880,000 $18,912,416,000
Total printed
772,596,000
57,120,000
79,720,000 14,142, 236,000
544, 260,000
Total shipped and canceled- 2,158,940,000 4, 584,960,000 3, 521,440,000 1, 054,800,000 1,368,400,000
546,800,000
Total on hand
_.
618,940,000
458,400, 000
841, 760, 000 629,600,000
617,600,000 102, 720,000 115,160,000 4, 770,180,000
839,200,000
COMBINED VAULT BALANCE, OCTOBER 31, 1936, BOTH SERIES
$8,147, 980,000 $11,021,880,000 $10,455,440,000 $2,968,200,000 $3,092,000,000 $1,264,060, 000 $1, 723, 796,000 $267,840,000 $378,880,000 $39, 320,076,000
Total printed.
717, 260,000 1,106,196,000 165,120,000 263,720,000 34, 549,896,000
Total shipped and canceled. 7, 529, 040,000 10,563,480,000 9,613,680,000 2,338,600, 000 2,252,800,000
458,400,000
629,600,000
839, 200, 000 546,800,000
Total on hand
618,940,000
841,760,000
617,600,000 102,720, 000 115,160,000 4, 770,180,000
ISSUED, R E T I R E D , AND OUTSTANDING OCTOBER 31, 1936, 1914-18 SERIES
$6,148, 375, 250 $6,990, 812,040 $7,192,258,040 $1,486,660,050 $1, 111, 562,800
6,135, 064, 645 6,974, 609,930 7,168,089,740 1,476,315,150 1,100,129. 600

Total issued
Total retired
Total outstanding

13,310, 605

16, 202,110

24,168,300

10,344,900

11, 433, 200

$184, 528, 500
182,179, 500
2,349,000

$424,150, 000 $73, 340, 000 $127, 260,000 $23,738,946, 680
417, 349, 000
73, 220,000 127,140,000 23, 654,097, 565
6,801,000

120,000

120,000

_-.

Total outstanding




- $2,817, 384,250 $6, 200,335, 000 $5,052, 525, 600 $1,386,150,850 $1,916,328,300
2, 638,949, 920 4,837, 273, 380 3, 715,986,400 1,026,690,750 1, 277,086,100
178,434,330

1,363,061,620

1,336, 539, 200

359,460,100

639, 242, 200

$569,113,000
435, 277, 500

$959,079,000
695, 985,000

133,835, 500

263, 094,000

I
o

3

84,849,115

2
o

ISSUED, R E T I R E D , AND OUTSTANDING OCTOBER 31, 1936, 1928-34 SERIES
Total issued.
Total retired

o
o

$54,465,000 $127,880, 000 $19,083, 261,000
44,855, 000 104,320,000 14,776,424,050
9, 610,000

23, 560,000

4, 306, 836,950

C O M B I N E D I S S U E D , R E T I R E D A N D O U T S T A N D I N G O C T O B E R 31, 1()36, B O T H S E R I E S
$8,965, 759, 500 $13,191,147,040 $12,244,783,640 $2,872,810, 900 $3,027,891,100
8,774,014, 565 11,811,883,310 10,884, 076,140 2, 503,005, 900 2,377, 215, 700

Total issued
Total retired
Total outstanding

191, 744,935

1,379, 263,730

1, 360, 707, 500

369,805,000

650, 675, 400

$753, 641, 500 $1,383, 229,000 $127,805,000 $255,140, 000 $42, 822, 207, 680
617,457,000 1,113, 334,000 118,075,000 231,460,000 38,430, 521, 615
136,184, 500

269,895,000

9,730, 000

23,680,000

4, 391, 686, 065

MUTILATED FEDERAL RESERVE NOTES, BY DENOMINATIONS, RECEIVED AND DESTROYED SINCE ORGANIZATION OF BANKS AND ON HAND
IN VAULT OCTOBER 31, 1936, 1914-18 SERIES
Boston
New York
Philadelphia
Cleveland..
Richmond
Atlanta
Chicago.
St. Louis
Minneapolis
Kansas City
Dallas
San Francisco

_..

Total received
Total destroyed

$52,244, 250
260,668, 600
184,760,150
298,061, 750
82,617,800
42,934, 400
198,145,350
28,292,350
7,890,450
18,442,150
10,697,950
67, 299,900

$72, 016, 500
304,733,000
62,867, 600
65,947,600
41, 248,800
46,768,100
87, 252,100
18, 435, 500
11, 745, 500
25,182,100
12, 207,800
104,962, 200

$6, 711, 500
62,059,000
3, 358,000
7, 639, 500
1,996,000
13, 073,000
14,830, 500
3, 334, 500
1, 972, 000
3, 505,000
2,157, 000
10,014,000

$20, 510,000
123, 364,000
13,350,000
8, 586,000
8, 298,000
40,929, 000
18,458,000
4,187,000
2,716,000
4, 259,000
4, 347,000
21,396,000

$3,995,000
7,985,060

13,985,000

$1,824,494, 005
5,193, 271, 475
1,947,604, 915
3,970,000
1,956, 704, 900
4,000,000
981, 577, 620
1,044, 611, 550
2, 922,183,865
696, 597, 010
4,000, 000
444, 036, 430
616, 526, 590
437,906, 255
. 19, 960, 000 1,821,196, 270

6,014, 231, 700 1, 252,055,100
6,014, 231, 700 1, 252,055,100

853, 366,800
853, 366,800

130, 650,000
130,650,000

270,400,000
270,400,000

35,880, 000
35,880, 000

55,880,000 19,886, 710,885
55, 880, 000 19.886,710, 885

$451, 203, 425 $696,132,630
$513, 670, 700
1, 485, 524, 435 1, 762,846,460 1,170,150, 980
565,033,980
518,196, 745
600,038,440
437, 436, 600
365, 227,090
767,856,360
274, 597,460
229,198, 200
337, 621,360
312, 522, 300
271, 391, 030
316, 993, 720
845, 585,-390
822, 257, 485
931, 720,040
214,431, 390
208, 020,190
213, 896,080
143, 053, 750
145, 824, 950
130.833,780
163,897,970
218,908,250
182, 332,120
129, 491,550
142, 292,195
136,712, 760
413,168,410
458, 005, 400
712,405,360
5, 316, 049, 395 5,958,197,890
5, 316,049, 395 5,958,197,890

1,980, 000
2,000,000
3,935,000
2,000,000

$8,010,000
15,940,000

MUTILATED FEDERAL RESERVE NOTES, BY DENOMINATIONS, RECEIVED AND DESTROYED SINCE ORGANIZATION OF BANKS AND ON HAND
IN VAULT OCTOBER 31, 1936, 1928-34 SERIES
Boston _
New York
Philadelphia
Cleveland
Richmond _
Atlanta
Chicago
St Louis
Minneapolis
Kansas City
Dallas
San Francisco

.

Total received
Total destroyed
B alance on hand




$139,207, 285
333,903, 720
185, 754,425
140,339, 580
79,889, 515
129, 267, 590
214,418,820
130,141, 000
39,873,065
48, 555, 575
49, 469, 570
161,884, 525

$366,210,950
813,884,190
281,509,100
251,728,130
162, 959, 910
120,315,890
439, 993, 070
128,946, 290
63,257,450
90,011, 500
56, 550, 210
151,814,990

$135,613,680
348, 967, 540
166, 086, 260
229, 658, 040
155, 252,120
69,311,540
268, 539,460
73, 635,340
41, 293,340
70,125,480
39,130,820
156,143,380

$16,449,100
58,827,100
49,940,950
33,803,900
22, 779,100
10, 595,300
55, 291, 800
5,942,400
1, 811,100
4, 768, 850
2, 490,450
11,037, 250

$21,149,600
65, 539, 200
16, 599, 600
10,030,100
15, 241,400
12,922,800
23, 898, 200
8,187, 200
3,129,900
7, 075, 800
4, 496, 300
19, 576,000

$2,033, 500
15,822, 500
1,339, 500
3,979, 500
594,500
4,783, 000
3,484, 000
518, 000
435,500
2, 252, 500
536, 500
1,090,000

$4,103,000
23,680, 000
2, 203,000
6,675,000
7, 587, 000
11,410,000
8,876,000
773,000
455,000
6, 532,000
674, 000
1,990, 000

$240,000
90,000

$400,000
370,000

135, 000
85,000
50,000
115,000

470. 000
310,000
70,000

70,000
5,000

20,000
10, 000
100,000

$685,407,115
1, 661,064, 250
703,432,835
676,819, 250
444,698,545
358,726,120
1, 014, 616,350
348,143, 230
150,255, 355
229,411,705
153, 362,850
503,636,145

1,652,704, 670
1,651,100, 620

2,927,181, 680
2,917,305, 780

1, 753, 757,000
1, 748,106, 200

273, 737, 300
272, 817,400

207, 846,100
207,029, 500

36, 869, 000
36, 766, 000

74. 938, 000
74,818, 000

790,000
790,000

1, 750,000
1,740,000

6,929,573,750
6,910,473, 500

1, 604, 050

9,875,900

5,650,800

919, 900

816, 600

103, 000

120, 000

10,000

19,100, 250

to
Cm

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COMBINED MUTILATED FEDERAL RESERVE NOTES, BY DENOMINATIONS, RECEIVED AND DESTROYED SINCE ORGANIZATION OF BANKS
AND ON HAND IN VAULT OCTOBER 31, 1936, BOTH SERIES

Total received
Total destroyed

Twenties

Tens

Fives

Five
One hundreds Five hundreds One thousands thousands

Fifties

$6, 968, 754, 065 $8,885,379, 570 $7,767,988,700 $1, 525,792,400 $1, 061,212, 900
6,967,150,015 8,875, 503,670 7,762,337,900 1, 524, 872,500 1, 060, 396,300

Balance on hand

1, 604, 050

9,875, 900

5,650,800

919,900

$167, 519,000
167,416,000

$345, 338,000
345, 218,000

103, 000

120,000

816, 600

$36,670,000
36,670,000

Ten
thousands

Total

$57,630,000 $26,816,284,635
57,620,000 26, 797,184,385
10,000

TABLE NO. 32.—Aggregate amount of Federal Reserve bank notes, old series, printed, issued, canceled and redeemed by denominations, since
the inauguration of the Federal Reserve System, and amount outstanding October 31, 1936
VAULT BALANCE OCTOBER 31,1936

Total printed
- Total issued and canceled

--

_-- -

$478, 892, 000
478, 892,000

Twos
$135,192, 000
135,192, 000

Fives
$121,460,000
121, 460, 000

3

19,100, 250

NOTE.—During the fiscal year Nov. 1, 1935, to Oct. 31,1938, badly mutilated, burned, and fractional parts of Federal Reserve notes amounting to $53,325; new series, $52,360; old
series, $880; Federal Reserve bank notes, 1929 series, $85 have been identified, valued, and the bank issue determined.

Ones

O

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g
Tens
$16,440,000
16, 440, 000

Twenties

Fifties

Total

$9,760,000
9, 760,000

$200, 000
200,000

$761, 944, 000
761,944,000

El

ISSUED, R E D E E M E D AND OUTSTANDING OCTOBER 31, 1936
T o t a l issued
Total redeemed
Total outstanding _




--

-

.__
_._

______

$478, 892, 000. 00
477,321, 633. 50

$135,192, 000
134, 813, 308

$121, 460, 000
121, 218, 205

$16, 440, 000
16, 389, 060

$9, 760, 000
9, 711, 310

$200, 000
191, 600

$761, 944, 000. 00
759, 645,116. 50

1, 570, 366. 50

378, 692

241, 795

50, 940

48, 690

8,400

2, 298, 883. 50

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received for destruction by denominations, during period November 1, 1985, to October 31, 1936, under the terms of section 18, Federal Reserve
Act, as amended March 9, 1933
VAULT BALANCE OCTOBER 31, 1936
Fives
Total printed
Total shipped
Total on hand

-

--

-

Tens

Twenties

Fifties

One h u n d r e d s

Total

$126,300,000
72, 860, 000

$216, 720, 000
118, 720, 000

$269, 280, 000
143,920, 000

$138, 600, 000
61, 400, 000

$160,800, 000
64, 000, 000

$911, 700, 000
460, 900, 000

53, 440, 000

98, 000, 000

125, 360, 000

77, 200, 000

96, 800,000

450, 800, 000

ISSUED, R E T I R E D , AND O U T S T A N D I N G O C T O B E R 31, 1936

Total issued
Total retired
Total outstanding

$64, 985, 500
62, 884, 390

$79, 918, 000
71,704, 920

$87, 384, 000
70, 229,940

$19, 415, 250
14, 564, 800

$33, 200, 500
21, 261, 200

$284, 903, 250
240, 645, 250

2,101,110

8, 213, 080

17,154, 060

4, 850, 450

11,939, 300

44, 258,000

R E S E R V E B A N K - N O T E S , SERIES 1929, BY D E N O M I N A T I O N S , R E C E I V E D AND D E S T R O Y E D S I N C E ORGANIZATION OF
BANKS

Twenties

Fives

Boston

_

New York._
Philadelphia
Cleveland
Richmond
Atlanta

_

_ _

._
_

_
_

. __ _

Chicago

St. Louis _ _ _ . _ _ _ . _

Minneapolis
Kansas City
Dallas

_..

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_

San Francisco
Total received
Total destroyed
Balance on h a n d




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Tens

$6, 660, 225
3, 815, 085
S, 220,180
6, 077,945
1,977, 440
9, 221,130
1, 310, 325
2, 418, 355
2, 036, 310
2,674,215
1, 442, 330

$3,998, 390
8,166, 620
4, 844, 880
4,864, 670
1, 001, 250
2, 216, 650
5,103,120
8, 979, 510
1, 081, 030
4,101,160
2, 680, 840
2, 370,850

$6, 889,080
10,117,800
2, 582, 320
3,976, 440
2, 910,820
1, 226,360
4, 671, 800
103, 660
1, 276, 500
2,178, 780
3,117, 300
4, 497,880

45,853, 540
45, 798,140

49, 408,970
49, 231, 220

55, 400

177, 750

Fifties

One h u n d r e d s

$3, 512, 000

$3,144,500

686,150

511,100
1, 721,900

Total
$17, 547, 695
28, 756,005
15,647, 380
16,116, 305
3, 912, 070
5, 420, 450
20, 717,950
10, 393, 495
4, 775, 885
8, 316, 250
8, 898, 705
8,311,060

124, 650

301, 700

43, 548, 740
43, 306, 640

4, 322, 800
4, 270, 450

5, 679, 200
5, 590, 000

52, 350

89,200

616, 800

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148,196, 450

242,100

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capital at date of organization and at date of failure, dividends paid while solvent, lawful money deposited with Treasurer of the United i
00
States to redeem circulation to October 31, 1936, circulation outstanding, borrowed money, and total deposits at date of failure
Organization

Name and location of bank

Farmers & Drovers National Bank, Waynesburg,
Pa
American National Bank, Billings, Mont. 9
First National Bank, Huron, S. Dak.»
First National Bank of Fergus County, Lewistown, Mont.6__
816 City National Bank, Huron, S. Dak.i 0
887 National Bank of Commerce, Pierre, S. Dak
909 Georgia National Bank, Athens, Ga
918 Burgettstown National Bank, Burgettstown, Pa919 First National Bank, Selma, N. C_
__
928 First National Bank, St. Cloud, Minn
955 Gregory National Bank, Gregory, S. Dak. 9
9
975 Broadway National Bank, Denver, Colo.6
998 First National Bank, Shenandoah, Iowa
1004 First National Bank, Jonesboro, Ark.9
1027 National Farmers Bank, Owatonna, Minn
1031 Farmers & Merchants National Bank, Merced,
Calif.1106 Citizens National Bank, Albert Lea, Minn.8
1108 First National Bank, Allegan, Mich
1110 Farmers & Merchants National Bank, Mount
Morris, Pa
1115 First National Bank, Dunbar, Pa
1128 First NatioDal Bank, Columbia City, Ind
1140 Farmers & Merchants National Bank, Alcester,
S. Dak.«
1156 First National Bank, Bishop, Calif
1157 Citizens National Bank, Waynesburg, Pa
1177 First National Bank, New Cumberland, W. Va.9_
1189 First National Bank, Mullens, W. Va.».
1201 Astoria National Bank, Astoria, Oreg
1213 Commercial National Bank, Statesville, N. C.e 4.
1214 First National Bank, Bristow, Okla
1222 First National Bank, Arcadia, Ind
469
656
781
799




Charter
no.

Date

Capital

Total
dividends
paid during existence as a
national
banking
association

Failures

Capital

'"""29," 666

Apr. 12,1924
June 10.1924
Feb. 11.1925
Apr. 17,1925
May 14,1925
May 16,1925
June 24,1925
Nov. 25.1925
Jan. 16.1926
May 13,1926
June 4,1926
Sept. 10,1926

124,500
39, 000
79, 500
200,000
98, 400
8,800

124,500
39,000
79, 500
200, 000
98, 400
8,800

48, 500

48, 500

998, 869
70, 000
72, 847
402, 890
115, 266

20, 000
40,000
74,550

20, 000
40, 000
74, 550

367, 006
201, 365
81,099

3, 506,398
3,089
1, 073, 294
1, 418, 519
1, 724,366
199, 987
1, 889, 085
290, 520
2, 318, 247
635, 983
419, 317
1, 446, 671

100,000 Sept. 23,1926
50, 000 Feb. 18,1927
do
50,000

49, 398
46, 900

49,398
46,900

229, 029
37, 205
117, 049

1,128,135
887, 404
581, 948

25,000 Feb. 21,1927
50, 000 Mar. 7,1927
100, 000 Mar. 31,1927

24, 500
48,100
94, 200

24, 500
48,100
94, 200

26,150

310,068
366,597
1, 010,834

275,000
50,000

275, 000
50, 000

98, 200
25,000
25,000

98, 200
25, 000
25,000

9,1904
3,1907
13,1890
14,1902
25,1879
7,1915
25,1882
23,1909
10,1922
5,1877
20,1905
29,1893

100, 000
50, 000
75, 000
100, 000
50, 000
30, 000
50, 000
50, 000
200, 000
50, 000
100, 000
80,000

485, 000
44, 750
139, 048
716, 000
444, 500
11, 400
401, 000
77, 477
28, 000
417,000
206,000
199, 200

300, 000
50, 000
100, 000
400, 000
100, 000
30, 000
250, 000
50, 000
200,000
50,000
100,000
75,000

10352 Jan. 4,1913
6128 Jan. 22,1902
1829 M a y 11,1871

100, 000
50, 000
50,000

26,000
110,000
272,050

Sept. 22,1903
7576 Jan. 20,1905
7132 Feb. 2,1904

25,000
50,000
50,000

29,000
61, 000
171,000

10818
10999
4267
6582
12270
4403
9335
6260
9488

Dec.
Nov.
Jan.
Dec.
Nov.
Aug.
Dec.
Apr.
July

30,1915
21,1916
15,1890
9,1902
3,1922
9,1890
26,1908
29,1902
8,1909

25,000
25,000
50, 000
40,000
25,000
50, 000
100, 000
25,000
25,000

43, 750
126, 000
1, 565, 000
73, 350
297, 354
145, 500
202, 500
15,000

. 126, 045 $1,131, 990
,
512, 069
94,108
667, 305 1,307,918

$100, 000

29, 000

$597, 750

May
June
Feb.
Oct.
Jan.
May
Sept.
Mar.
Aug.
May
Dec.
May

Total
deposits
at date of
failure

$100, 000

$150, 000
150,000
50, 000

7274
8781
4279
6525
2408
10739
2790
9377
12250
2363
8086
4928

Borrowed
money
(bills
payable,
rediscounts,
etc.) at
date of
failure

$200, 000 Dec. 12,1906
150, 000 Sept. 23,1922
65, 000 M a r . 14,1924

839 Jan. 30,1865
11696 Apr. 5,1920
2819 May 19,1882

166, 350

Receiver
appointed

Lawful
money
deposited

Circulation outstanding
at date
of failure

50, 000
50, 000
500, 000
50.000
25; 000
200, 000
100, 000
50, 000
25, 000

May
Aug.
Aug.
Nov.
Jan.
Feb.
Apr.
Apr.
July

17,1927
15,1927
17,1927
21.1927
16.1928
24,1928
19,1928
25,1928
3,1928

805, 805

93, 312
24, 684
58, 558
48, 673
240, 564
199, 887
98, 484
38,934

396, 354
763,199
4,080,072
550,814
185, 768
2, 242,061
910, 884
548,130
173, 740

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1232
1235
1242
1243
245
253

First National Bank, Dublin, Ga
First National Bank, Aledo, 111.*..Carolina National Bank, Darlington, S. C.9
Fourth National Bank, Macon, Ga
..- 9
First National Bank, Richland Center, Wis.
First National Bank, Warren, Ind. 9
First & 9Moorhead National Bank, Moorhead,
Minn. *..
_
1258 Exchange National Bank, Spokane, Wash. 9
1259 First Exchange National Bank, Coeur d'Alene,
Idaho
1261 Minneapolis National Bank, Minneapolis, Kans.
1263 First National Bank, Manchester, Iowa 9 4
1265 First National Bank, Avon Park, Fla
1266 First National Bank, Punta Gorda,9 Fla. 9
-.
1267 First National Bank, Bixby, Okla.
1269 Carlton National Bank, Wauchula, Fla. 9
1276 First National Bank, Sandersville, Ga
1277 National Bank of Emmetsburg, Emmetsburg,
Iowa__
1280 Peoples National Bank, Adena, Ohio
1283 First National Bank, Sebring, Fla. 9
_
1284 First National Bank, Lakeland, Fla
1285 First National Bank, Auburndale, Fla
1287 First National Bank, Shinnston, W. Va
1292 Polk County National Bank in Bartow, Fla
1294 National Bank of Newberry, Newberry, S. C
1298 First National Bank, Sanford, Fla. 9
1300 First National Bank, St. Augustine, Fla..
1304 First National Bank, Maquon, 111.9
_
1312 First National Bank, Taylorville, 111
1313 First National Bank, New Bern, N . C
1319 First National Bank, Grundy, Va
1320 Carolina National Bank, Spartanburg, S. C
1321 First National Bank, Greeley, Nebr
1322 First National Bank in Mount Sterling, 111.9
1323 First National Bank, Samson, Ala
1324 First National Bank, Seward, Pa 9
1325 First National Bank, Florala, Ala.
1327 First National Bank, Bishopville, S. C.9
1329 Dothan National Bank, Dothan, Ala
1330 First National Bank, Humphrey, Nebr
1331 Texas National Bank, Fort Worth, Tex
1332 First National Bank, Northwood,9 N. Dak
1334 First National Bank, Ennis, Tex. *
1335 First National Bank, Roy, Mont. 9
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1337 First National Bank, Brantley, Ala. 9
1338 First National Bank, Gaffney, S. C
1342 American National Bank, Kewanna, Ind
1343 First National Bank, Tranquillity, Calif. 9__
1347 Commercial National Bank, Chatsworth, 111
See footnotes at end of table.




3,1902
24,1904
14,1911
2,1906
7,1905
10,1905

50,000
25,000
50,000
250, 000
30, 000
25,000

2569 Aug. 13,1881
4044 May 4,1889

50,000
100, 000

6374
7145
9999
8365
7901
7930

May
Jan.
Apr.
Aug.
Aug.
May

7120
3731
4221
10826
10512
10467
10691
7934

Jan.
June
Jan.
Feb.
Apr.
Dec.
Jan.
Aug.

14.1904
14,1887
17,1890
10.1916
6.1914
1,1913
7.1915
15.1905

100, 000
60, 000
50, 000
25, 000
25, 000
25, 000
50, 000
42, 000

13059
6016
12090
9811
12983
9453
13309
1844
3798
3462
8482
3579
13298
11698
12146
7622
13213
8028
11899
8910
10263
5909
5337
12371
5980
12110
10991
7991
5064
10616
11433
5519

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

5,1927
8,1901
27.1921
9,1910
17,1926
14,1909
1,1929
6, 1871
19,1887
16,1886
10.1906
9,1886
18,1929
19,1920
16.1922
3,1905
12,1928
22,1906
21,1920
4,1907
28,1912
6,1901
16.1900
3,1923
28.1901
16,1922
11.1917
6,1905
11,1897
21,1914
15,1919
14,1900

60, 000
25,000
50, 000
50,000
50, 000
45, 000
200, 000
50, 000
50, 000
50, 000
35, 000
75, 000
150, 000
50, 000
200,000
25,000
50, 000
25,000
25, 000
50,000
50,000
50, 000
25,000
300,000
25,000
200,000
25, 000
25,000
50,000
25, 000
50,000
25,000

49,300
24,995

638,851
101,990
118, 728
1, 673, 000
25,780
6,198

893, 686
457,596
600, 598
7, 690,486
804, 491
185, 804

109,995
980,800

109, 995
980,800

170,002
1, 239,500

1, 896, 450
7, 500, 233

100,000
60, 000
39, 448
16, 250
22,000
6,050

100, 000
60, 000
39,448
16, 250
22, 000
6,050

68,000
60,000
115, 800

25,000

25,000

61,818
199, 616

Sept. 24,1928
Sept. 27,1928
Nov. 2,1928
Nov. 26,1928
do
Dec. 7,1928

100,000
40,000
85,500

100,000
40,000
85, 500

49,300
24,995

150,000 Dec. 24,1928
172, 500
2, 720,000 1, 000,000 Jan. 18,1929
100, 000
60, 000
50, 000
100,000
50, 000
25,000
50, 000
50,000

Jan. 19,1929
Feb. 9,1929
Feb. 13,1929
Feb. 18,1929
do
Feb. 20,1929
Feb. 21,1929
Mar. 14,1929

60,000
50,000
100, 000
100,000
50, 000
90.000
200, 000
100,000
150, 000
130, 000
35, 000
200, 000
150, 000
50, 000
200, 000
25,000
50, 000
100, 000
25, 000
100, 000
100,000
400,000
35, 000
500, 000
50, 000
100, 000
25,000
50, 000
150, 000
25, 000
50, 000
40,000

Mar. 15,1929
Apr. 13,1929
M a y 4,1929
M a y 15,1929
do
M a y 22,1929
June 28,1929
July 1,1929
July 15,1929
July 25,1929
Aug. 14,1929
Oct. 18,1929
Oct. 26,1929
Dec. 13,1929
Dec. 30,1929
do
Jan. 7,1930
Jan. 8,1930
Jan. 10,1930
Jan. 13,1930
Jan. 18,1930
Jan. 30,1930
do
Feb. 4,1930
Feb. 5,1930
.do
do
Feb. 17,1930
do__
Feb. 25,1930
Feb. 27,1930
Mar. 8,1930

461, 000
76,300
98, 500
701, 000
87,300
24, 000

71,000
231, 600
146, 000
104, 000
49,375
22, 500
39. 000
154, 880
86, 687
33, 500
206, 000
3,000
123,750
705, 500
241, 225
807, 900
18,900
657, 290
54, 000
83, 250
127, 000
3,500
64, 825
34, 000
798, 683
67, 270
237, 369
90,750
20,000
14, 590
61, 000
380,000
8,500
9,000
100,100

200, 000
50,000
100,000
500,000
50, 000
25,000

25, 000

25,000

44, 400

44, 400

98, 600

98, 600

130, 000
23, 400
98, 550
23, 900
50,000

130,000
23,400
98, 550
23,900
50, 000

7,000

7,000

12, 500
8,320
86,075
44, 900

12, 500
8,320
86,075
44, 900

9,980
484,940
24, 460
100,000

9,980
484, 940
24, 460
100, 000

12, 780
37,497
25, 000
50,000
39, 280

12,780
37,497
25, 000
50, 000
39, 280

105, 673
61, 651
159,150
52, 675
73, 656
494, 531
84,118
192,183
623,197
25,889
285,920
328,103
61, 920
145, 000
57,475
366,113
53, 083
15,000
88, 862
93, 396
303, 570
67, 965
1,171,161
45, 933
13, 513
11,858
170, 000
17,114

58,616

1,018, 391
525,118
558, 579
345, 432
455, 591
181, 685
411, 262
231, 649
701,118
498, 265
390, 452
1, 907, 478
289, 053
840, 213
1, 046, 039
1,108,313
1, 713, 486
1, 649,312
127,145
1, 023, 437
1, 472,945
159, 202
927, 503
251,187
487, 752
84, 378
157, 319
311,827
465,914
970,705
264, 580
6, 362, 097
247, 828
504,083
57, 625
131, 706
1, 261, 844
208.100
310; 857
319, 205

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capital at date of organization and at date of failure, dividends paid while solvent, lawful money deposited with Treasurer of the United
States to redeem circulation to October 31, 1936, circulation outstanding, borrowed money, and total deposits at date of failure—Continued
Organization

Name and location of bank

1350
1352
1353
1356
1359
1360
1362
1363
1364
1366
1367
1370
1374
1375
1381
1382
1383
1384
1385
1388
1389
1391
1392
1395
1396
1397
1402
1403
1405
1406
1407
1410
1411
1413

First National Bank, Coffee Springs, Ala. 9
_.
Security National Bank, Cherokee, 9Iowa 9
First National Bank, Hazard, Ky.'
First National Bank, Wanette, Okla
Pana National Bank, Pana, 111
Farmers National Bank, Oskaloosa, Iowa i 9
State National Bank, Idabel, Okla. 9 <
Saunders Co. National Bank, Wahoo, Nebr
First National Bank, Pineville, W. Va
First National Bank, Jasper, Fla
National Loan & Exchange Bank, Greenwood,
S. C.
First National Bank, St. Petersburg, Fla
First National Bank in Poultney, Vt
New-First National Bank in Farmland, Ind. 9
Union National Bank, Connellsville, Pa
First National Bank in Fresno, Calif
First National Bank, Grass Range, Mont. 9
National Bank of Arkansas at Pine Bluff, Ark...
Citizens National Bank, Connellsville, Pa
Citizens National Bank, Galion, Ohio
First National Bank, McLeansboro, 111
Port Newark National Bank, Newark, N . J
First National Bank, Ayrshire, Iowa 9
Farmers National Bank, Glenwood City, Wis. 9 4.
Clymer National Bank, Clymer, Pa
First National Bank, Burt, Iowa 9 i
_.
Farmers National Bank, Wilkinson, Ind
First National Bank, Altus, Olka
City National Bank, Spur, Tex
Farmers National Bank, Howe, Tex. 9 *
First National Bank, Martinsville, 111
First National Bank, Villisca, Iowa 9
First National Bank, Perry, Fla
Old First National Bank, Farmer City, Ill.i




Charter
no.

Date

Capital

Total
dividends
paid during existence as a
national
banking
association

Oct.
Feb.
May
Feb.
Apr.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Mar.
Jan.
Sept.

28.1918
10.1915
28,1906
6,1903
14,1903
24,1906
17,1922
3,1884
6,1905
17,1905
16.1903

$25,000
50, 000
25, 000
25, 000
50, 000
100, 000
50, 000
55, 000
25, 000
30, 000
50, 000

$17,000
27, 000

7730 Apr
A
13261 Nov
ov.
Nov.
6408 Aug.
11473 Sept.
10939 Dec.
10768 Aug.
6452 Sept.
1984 Mar.
6649 Apr.
12946 May
5479 June
11083 Sept.
9898 Oct.
5685 Jan.
9279 Nov.
7159 Feb.
10703 Feb.
5670 Dec.
6721 Mar.
2766 May
7865 July
4958 May

26,1905
12,1928
25,1925
9,1902
29.1919
18.1916
12,1915
12.1902
20,1872
4,1902
5,1926
11,1900
1,1917
10,1910
5,1901
2,1908
15.1904
4,1915
4,1900
17.1903
29,1882
11.1905
14,1894

25, 000
100, 000
25, 000
50, 000
200, 000
30,000
100, 000
25,000
60,000
25,000
200,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
30, 000
40, 000
30,000
25,000
50,000
25, 000
50,000

927, 750
8,000
6,000
26, 500
18, 000
6,000
185, 000
170, 000
383,400
113, 000

11259
10711
8258
6641
6734
8076
12106
3118
7672
7757
7027

75, 250
133, 500
114, 000
2,500
181,950
25, 500
49,085
152,000

70, 750
5,000
41,000
51, 750
32, 500
214,800
44, 200
61, 500
54,125
400, 500
125,500
194, 500

Failures

Capital

Receiver
appointed

100, 000
50, 000
50, 000
25, 000
30,000
100, 000

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Apr.
Apr.
Apr.
Apr.
May
May
May

600,000
100, 000
25, 000
50,000
400,000
30, 000
100, 000
100, 000
100, 000
50,000
200, 000
25, 000
25,000
75, 000
40, 000
25, 000
60,000
40, 000
30, 000
25,000
50,000
50, 000
65,000

June 9,1930
June 20,1930
June 25,1930
July 3,1930
July 7,1930
July 9,1930
July 21,1930
July 31,1930
y
A
Aug. 4,1930
.do.
d
Aug. 8,1930
Aug. 12,1930
Aug. 22,1930
do.
Sept. 5,1930
Sept. 19,1930
Sept. 26,1930
Oct. 7,1930
Oct. 8,1930
Oct. 11,1930
Oct. 18,1930
Oct. 25,1930
do_

$25, 000
50, 000
100,000
25, 000
100, 000

13,1930
17,1930
18,1930
24,1930
1,1930
9,1930
19,1930
22,1930
1,1930
13,1930
16,1930

Lawful
money
deposited

Circulation outstanding
at date
of failure

Borrowed
money
(bills
payable,
rediscounts,
etc.) at
date of
failure

Total
deposits
at date of
failure

$23,190
4,900
100, 000
28, 807
111, 260
100, 000
67, 000
247, 491
24, 408
32, 390
90,353

$27,152
145,924

48,438

929, 725
86, 523
21,194

50, 000
200, 000
10, 000
98,920
100, 000
58, 740
25, 000

50, 000
200,000
10,000
98, 920
100, 000
58, 740
25, 000

470, 000
33, 832
485, 000
224, 700
198, 547
112, 776

8,000
24,700
75, 000
25,000
25, 000
25, 000
9,040
24, 995
25,000
50,000
50,000

8,000
24, 700
75, 000
25, 000
25, 000
25, 000
9,040
24, 995
25, 000
50,000
50, 000

4, 336, 700
764,122
120, 624
747,648
3, 348, 725
98, 545
1,599,482
2, 582, 278
906,948
480, 275
586, 763
131,813
159,497
676, 769
314,987
141, 893
447,432
184,464
69, 222
298, 702
495, 272
392,610

$48,920

$48,920

6,300
100, 000

6,300
100, 000

24, 460
25, 000
29, 040
100, 000

24, 460
25, 000
29, 040
100,000

48, 438

33, 895
34, 920
15, 000
23, 057
132,194
114, 964
16, 469
8,925
46, 916
65, 262

272,906
674,920

259,857
469, 076
256,931
161,344
988, 433

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Peoples National Bank, Brookneal, Va
First National Bank, Elgin, Nebr. 9
Quincy-Ricker National Bank & Trust Co.,
Quincy, 111.
1421 Planters National Bank, Walnut Ridge, Ark.»___
1422 Holston-Union National Bank, Knoxville, Tenn.
1424 National Bank of Kentucky, Louisville, Ky
1425 First National Bank, West Salem, 111
1427 City National Bank, Spokane, Wash.i
1428 American National Bank, Asheviile, N. C
1429 First National Bank, Plymouth, 111.9 *
1431 First National Bank, Campbell, Mo •_
1432 First National Bank, Westfield, 111."
1433 Citizens National Bank, Hendersonville, N. C—
1435 First National Bank, Roland, Iowa 9 4
1437 First National Bank, Benton, 111.
1439 First National Bank, Rector, Ark
1440 First National Bank, Junction City, Ark.9
1441 First National Bank, Newport, Tenn.9
1444 First National Bank, Marion, 111
1445 Sioux National Bank in Sioux City, Iowa 9
1448 First National Bank, Charlotte, N. C
1450 Farmers & Merchants National Bank, Tyrone,

1414
1416
1418
1420

Pa

1452 American National Bank, Redfield, S. Dak.
94
1454 First National Bank, Elk Point, S. Dak.
9
1455 Farmers National Bank, Laurens, S. C.
1456 Benton County National Bank, Bentonville, Ark1457 Union National Bank, Fairmont, W. Va
9
1459 Kansas National Bank, Kansas, 111.
9
1460 First National Bank, Mount Sterling, Ul.i
1462 First National Bank, Caruthersville, Mo
1463 First National Bank, Capac, Mich
9
1465 First National Bank, Rock Rapids, Iowa
9
1466 Farmers National Bank, Inwood, Iowa
1468 First National Bank, Ridgeway, Mo
9
1469 First National Bank, Tyler, Minn. *
1470 City National Bank in Miami, Fla
1471 First National Bank, Augusta, 111
94
1472 Pecan Gap National Bank, Pecan Gap, Tex. __
1475 First National Bank, Ladonia, Tex
1476 First National Bank, Sesser, 111
1477 First National Bank, Greenwood, Miss
1479 First National Bank, Connersville, Ind
1480 First National Bank, Titonka, Iowa 9
1481 National Bank of Goldsboro, Goldsboro, N. O—
1484 Interstate National Bank, Helena, Ark
1486 First National Bank, Rails, Tex.9
1488 Merchants & Planters National Bank, Dillwyn,
Va

See footnotes at end of table.



10585 July 10,1914
11960 Aug. 7,1920
5440 Apr. 19,1900
3752
12083
4648
5312
9338
12418
8772
12658
6885
8216
10734
11249
6136
10853
11046
9632
4502
4510
1547

June
Aug.
Oct.
Apr.
Dec.
July
May
Mar.
Apr.
Apr.
Apr.
Aug.
Jan.
Apr.
July
Dec.
Dec.
Aug.
Aug.

7,1887
24,1921
13,1891
23.1900
12.1908
3,1923
15.1907
7,1925
4,1903
10,1906
21.1915
17,1918
11,1902
17.1916
6,1917
20.1909
27,1890
19,1890
26,1865

50, 000
50, 000
25, 000

155, 000
1,500
113, 750

75, 000 Oct. 28,1930
50, 000 Oct. 31,1930
50, 000 N o v . 3,1930

100, 000
450, 890
500, 000 N o v . 10,1930
25, 000 N o v . 11,1930
25, 000
7,500
100, 000 1, 607, 303 750, 000 N o v . 12,1930
1, 645, 000 9, 885, 550 4, 000, 000 N o v . 17,1930
25, 000 N o v . 18,1930
25, 000
22, 750
200, 000 N o v . 20,1930
200, 000
50, 000
200, 000 N o v . 21,1930
300, 000
154, 500
_
25, 000 _ do
25, 000
3,750
40,000 N o v . 24,1930
30, 000
54,400
50, 000 N o v . 28,1930
25, 000
93, 750
100, 000
do
50, 000
71, 000
40, 000 N o v . 29,1930
30, 000
9,600
100, 000 Dec. 2,1930
25, 000
210, 250
25, 000 Dec. 3,1930
25, 000
24, 750
25, 000
do
25, 000
25, 000
50, 000 Dec. 4,1930
25, 000
45, 000
100, 000 Dec. 5,1930
50, 000
378,000
400, 000 Dec. 8,1930
100, 000
631, 500
do
300, 000
50, 000 2, 090,000

6499 Nov. 19,1902
8125 Feb. 16,1906
5901 June 22.1901
May 16,1916
8135 Feb. 28,1906
9645 Jan. 10.1910
9293 Oct. 10.1908
2402 Oct. 28,1878
10784 Sept. 17,1915
10631 Sept. 17,1914
3153 Mar. 17,1884
8257 Mar. 19.1906
6549 Dec. 12.1902
6203 Jan. 24.1902
13159 Dec. 23.1927
6751 Apr. 13.1903
13266 Dec. 10.1928
4311 Apr. 26,1890
8758 Apr. 25.1907
7216 Apr. 2, 1904
1034 Feb. 13,1865
5597 Aug. 20,1900
5048 Apr. 28,1896
11234 July 23,1918
12927 Mar. 24,1926

60, 000
30,000
25, 000
50, 000
60,000
150,000
50, 000
50,000
50, 000
25, 000
50, 000
40, 000
30, OOQ
25, 000
500 000
60, 000
25,000
50, 000
25, 000
250, 000
100, 000
25, 000
50, 000
200, 000
25, 000

162, 400
85, 200
59, 250
35, 000
179, 400
242,429
45, 500
364, 250
68, 250
51, 750
408, 500
99, 600
139, 800
80, 000

11501 Oct. 27,1919

50, 000

13, 500

99,000
1,500
315, 216
47, 250
862, 500
727, 250
50, 250
234, 000
285, 000
6,250

150, 000 Dec. 12,1930
40. 000
do
25; 000 Dec. 16,1930
50, 000
do
do .
60, 000
420, 000
do
50, 000 Dec. 17,1930
do .
100, 000
50, 000 Dec. 18,1930
25, 000 Dec. 19,1930
100, 000 Dec. 20,1930
40, 000 . _ do
60, 000 Dec. 23,1930
25, 000
do
do
500, 000
60,000
do
25, 000 Dec. 26,1930
100, 000
do
25,000
do.
250, 000 Dec. 27,1930
200, 000 Dec. 30,1930
25,000 .-. do100, 000
do
250, 000 Jan. 3,1931
25, 000 Jan. 6,1931
50, 000 Jan.

9,1931

50,000

50, 000

500,000
500,000
25, 000
25, 000
742,198
742,198
2, 500, 000 2, 500, 000
24,815
24, 815
150, 000
23,980
7,200
50,000
49, 580
30, 000
97,720
24, 520

150, 000
23,980
7,200
50, 000
49, 580
30, 000
97,720
24, 520

48, 380
96,995
100, 000
299,980

48, 380
96,995
100,000
299,980

100, 000
40, 000
24, 400

100,000
40, 000
24,400

58, 500
194,960
50, 000

58, 500
194,960
50,000

46, 580
9,280
94,100
40, 000

46, 580
9,280
94,100
40, 000

25, 000

25, 000

35, 000

35, 000

6,260
236, 380
197, 000
25,000

6,260
236,380
197, 000
25, 000

46, 996
80,169
37, 238

745, 494
342,198
105, 407

586, 680 3, 564, 347
87, 593
14, 605
1, 774, 450 11,162, 384
7, 083, 021 26,966,990
223, 941
40,563
50, 536
200, 000
1,949,431
412, 051
98, 590
17, 225
109, 663
48,000
246, 458
7,730
1, 075, 536
249,081
260,008
33, 832
368, 579 1,119, 568
193, 204
51, 730
296, 096
428,125
36,000
214, 000 1, 567, 657
3,438,611
630,129
523, 250 1, 671, 709
84,935
34,026
41, 785
39, 244
159,185
696, 759
49,015
553, 211
35,199
39,137
47,904
27, 785
18, 000
36, 892
362, 966
38, 590

362, 750
533, 474
168, 865
86, 645
791, 374
2,474,918
216, 325

29,185
43,000
678,828
79, 508
9,672
36, 527
337,108
32, 646

449,850
421,434
257,123
177, 727
87,181
505,190
5, 996, 970
299,969
113, 720
256, 384
231,184
1, 454, 676
1,117, 419
209, 247
329, 045
1, 636, 678
56, 590

39, 044

151. 325

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capital at date of organization and at date of failure, dividends paid while solvent, lawful money deposited with Treasurer of the United
States to redeem circulation to October 31, 1936, circulation outstanding, borrowed money, and total deposits at date of failure—Continued

Report no.

Organization

1489
1490
1491
1492
1493
1494
1495
1496
1500
1501
1502
1505
1506
1507
1513
1514
1515
1516
1518
1520
1521
1522
1523
1524
1525
1526
1527
1528
1529
1531
1532
1533
1534

Name and location of bank

Charter
no.

First National Bank, Ludlow, Mo.9
Lawrence Ave. National Bank, Chicago, 111
First National Bank, Floyd, Iowa
_
First National Bank, Corning, Ark.i
National Bank of Wilkes at Washington, Ga
City National Bank, Bessemer, Ala
First National Bank, Rogers, Ark
First National Bank, Brookhaven, Miss
_ _
First National Bank, Brookfleld, Mo
Howard National Bank, Kokomo, Ind.i
Planters National Bank, Clarksdale, Miss
Anoka National Bank, Anoka, Minn...
.._
First National Bank, Clinton, S. C 9
First National Bank, Addison, Pa.i
Farmers & Merchants National Bank, Sheridan,
Ind
Peoples National Bank, Osceola Mills, Pa
Clinton National Bank, Clinton, Mo 1
First National Bank, Connellsville, Pa.
._First National Bank, Panama City, Fla
First National Bank, Republic, Pa
First National Bank, Hartselle, Ala
First National Bank, Jackson, Miss
National Bank of Thurmond, Thurmond, W. Va_
First National Bank, Fairchance, Pa
National Bank of Toronto, Toronto, Ohio
First National Bank, La Pine, Ala.»
Lincoln National Bank, Avella, Pa.
American National Bank, Paris, Tex
Citizens National Bank, Wilmington, Ohio
First National Bank, Stone, Ky
Blossom National Bank, Blossom, Tex.» *
Coolville National Bank, Coolville, Ohio
_.
First National Bank, Veedersburg, Ind.8




Date

Capital

7900
12873
9821
7311
8848
11905
7789
10494
12820
2375
12222
3000
804.1
6709

Aug. 7,1905
Jan. 11,1926
June 16,1910
June 7,1904
July 25,1907
Dec. 6,1920
May 19,1905
Feb. 17,1914
Sept. 5,1925
Nov. 28,1877
June 10,1922
May 26,1883
Jan. 8,1906
Mar. 13,1903

$25,000
200,000
25, 000
25, 000
50, 000
100, 000
25, 000
100,000
100,000
100,000
500, 000
100, 000
50, 000
25,000

13050
11966
7806
2329
10346
10466
8067
3332
8998
8245
8826
10799
7854
8542
8251
11890
13052
8175
11044

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

40,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
30,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
150,000
60,000
50,000
30.000
25,000
35,000

9,1927
23,1921
29,1905
25,1876
26,1913
7,1913
15,1906
14,1885
30,1907
21,1906
30,1907
3,1915
19,1905
23,1907
2,1906
3,1920
21,1927
8,1906
3,1917

Total
dividends
paid during existence as a
national
banking
association

Failures

Capital

Receiver
appointed

827, 000
140, 000
146, 500
112. 085
.11, 500

$25,000
200,000
25,000
50, 000
50,000
100, 000
50, 000
100, 000
100,000
200,000
500,000
50, 000
100, 000
25, 000

9, 1931
do
do
Jan. 12,1931
do
do
Jan. 13,1931
do
Jan. 22,1931
. . . . do....
Jan. 26,1931
Jan. 27,1931
do
Jan. 28,1931

14, 500
130,500
400, 000
313, 950
32, 500
190, 333
724, 500
99, 000
22, 750
102,000
22, 000
54, 750
328, 500
171, 500
28, 500
2,400
41, 250
23,450

50, 000
100, 000
50,000
200, 000
250, 000
50, 000
100, 000
200, 000
50, 000
25, 000
100, 000
25, 000
100, 000
150, 000
100, 000
50, 000
30, 000
25,000
35,000

Feb. 9,1931
Feb. 10,1931
do
Feb. 12,1931
do . Feb. 13,1931
Feb. 16,1931
do
Feb. 18,1931
Feb) 26,1931
do
Mar. 3,1931
Mar. 7,1931
Mar. 9,1931
do
;_.
Mar. 17,1931
do
Mar. 18,1931
Mar. 19,1931

$13,000
21, 500
122, 700
131, 205
61, 476
130, 500
131, 000

Jan.

Lawful
money
deposited

Circulation outstanding
at date
of failure

$24,400
191,300
24, 700

$24,400
191,300
24,700

48,915
93, 700
48, 320
74, 998
19, 460

48,915
93, 700
48, 320
74, 998
19,460

95, 500
12, 500
94, 660

95, 500
12,500
94, 660

29, 340
48,380

29,340
48,380

25, 000
90, 220

25, 666
90, 220

48, 500
24, 700
100, 000

48, 500
24, 700
100, 000

24, 700
94, 960
97, 420
9,040

24, 700
94,960
97, 420
9,040

I§, 700

18, 700
34, 280

34, 280

Borrowed
money
(bills
payable,
rediscounts,
etc.) at
date of
failure
$34, 000
124,950
9,974
125,547
44, 310
107,050
74, 700
142, 758
8,705
716, 994
839, 497
24,191
33, 499
68, 027
45, 000
104,000
235, 026
151,943
136, 239
266, 860
56,889
30, 000
165, 460
22, 884
21, 625
279, 703
89,308
49,500
16, 897
47, 728
24,015

Total
deposits
at date of
failure

$78,187
633,079
170,653
322,962
605, 272
561, 673
912, 728
121, 516

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615, 068
269, 679
348, 777
348, 047
421,017
672, 638
151, 829
447,841
1,957,808
242,459
344, 486
752,806
50, 808
849, 299
960,388
566,471
378, 320
55,161
298, 788
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First & 9 Farmers National Bank in Luverne,
Minn.
First National Bank, Portage, Pa
Central National Bank, Ellsworth, Kans
First National Bank, Rockwell, Iowa
First National Bank, Worthington, W. Va
National Bank of Norton, Norton, Va
First National Bank, Oak Park, 111
Austin National Bank, Chicago, 111 9
First National Bank, Ivanhoe, Minn. *
Orangeburg National Bank, Orangeburg, S. C. 1 ..
First National Bank, Macedon, N. Y.8
Woodlynne National Bank, Woodlynne, N. J___
First-Rempel National Bank, Logan, Ohio
Second National Bank, Altoona, Pa
Monongahela National Bank, Brownsville, P a . . First National Bank, Richwood, Ohio
Nobel County National Bank, Caldwell, Ohio i9..
First National Bank, Masontown, Pa
Central National Bank & Trust Co., St. Petersburg, Fla
1561 First National Bank, Waldron, Ark.o
1564 First Nation Bank, Millsboro, Pa. 9
1566 Old National City Bank, Lima, Ohio
1568 National Bank of Kinston, Kinston, N . C
1569 First National Bank, Kinston, N . C
_..
1570 First National Bank & Trust Co., Paris, I1U »_._
1571 First National Bank, Pomeroy, Iowa 9 4 8
1572 First National Bank, Terra Bella, Calif. 9
1573 Commercial National Bank, Essex, Iowa
1574 Farmers National Bank, Hickory, Pa 9
1577 Security National Bank, Milford, Iowa
1579 First National Bank, Dawson, Minn 9 4
1580 Overbrook National Bank, Philadelphia, Pa
1582 Albany Park National Bank & Trust Co., Chicago, 111
_.
1583 Farmers National Bank, Pomeroy, Wash
1584 Citizens National Bank, Odessa, Tex
1585 First National Bank, Holton, Kans._
1587 Iron National Bank, Ironwood, Mich
1588 First National Bank, Smithfield, Pa
_
1589 McCartney National Bank, Green Bay, Wis
1590 National Bank of Lynwood, Lynwood, Calif»«__
1592 First National Bank, Fowler, Ind
1593 First National Bank, Irvona, Pa
_
1594 Citizens National Bank, Warren, Pa 1
1595 First National Bank, Smithfield, Ohio
1596 Washington Park National Bank, Chicago, 111
1597 Inland-Irving National Bank, Chicago, 111 g
1598 First National Bank, Mountain Lake, Minn. ___
1599 Commercial National Bank, Hattiesburg, Miss. 9 See footnotes at end of table.

1540
1542
1543
1544
1545
1546
1547
1548
1549
1550
1551
1552
1553
1554
1555
1557
1558
1559




12634
7367
3447
10217
10450
9746
11507
10337
6467
10674
12494
12894
7649
2781
648
9199
2102
5441
7796

Jan. 27.1925
July 18.1904
Jan. 13,1886
June 11,1912
Apr. 14.1913
Apr. 25,1910
Oct. 31.1919
Feb. 7,1913
Sept. 25.1902
Dec. 24.1914
Dec. 10,1923
Feb. 15.1926
Jan. 24.1905
Aug. 19.1882
Dec. 10,1864
Jan. 24,1908
Mar. 18,1873
M a y 10.1900
Apr. 18.1905

100,000
25,000
50,000
25, 000
30, 000
25, 000
100, 000
100, 000
25, 000
100,000
25, 000
25, 000
50, 000
100,000
200, 000
25,000
60,000
25,000
25,000

5,000
100, 475
349,250
23,250
30, 900
53, 250
1,000
166, 500
47, 500
155,000
250

5849
7310
8701
9044
9085
3376
5803
7405
9298
6321
12573

M a y 17.1901
June 11,1904
Mar. 29.1907
Feb. 14.1908
Feb. 25,1908
July 16,1885
Dec. 10,1901
Sept. 28,1910
Apr. 22,1901
Aug. 17,1904
Nov. 27,1908
June 6,1902
July 1,1924

11737
11416
8169
3061
11469
6642
4783
13135
5430
11115
2226
501
3916
10179
9267
12478

Apr. 13.1920
July 19,1919
Mar. 29.1906
Sept. 27.1883
Sept. 2,1919
Jan. 14.1903
June 30,1892
Oct. 10.1927
M a y 23,1900
Oct. 12,1917
Feb. 8,1875
June 24,1864
June 21,1888
Apr. 18,1912
Oct. 16,1908
Dec. 26,1923

Mar. 23,1931
Mar. 25,1931
Mar. 30,1931
doMar. 31,1931
do
Apr. 1,1931
Apr. 6,1931
Apr. 9,1931
do.
Apr. 10,1931
Apr. 11,1931
Apr. 16,1931
do

124, 500
361,000

100, 000
60, 000
100,000
25,000
30,000
50, 000
100, 000
250, 000
25, 000
200, 000
25, 000
50, 000
100, 000
125,000
100, 000
40,000
60,000
100,000
300, 000

25,000
25,000
125,000
100,000
100,000
108,000
40,000
25, 000
50,000
25,000
25,000
30,000
300,000

48, 500
3,000
370,667
281, 600
340,500
634, 560
100,700
27,000
147,000
61,450
25,069
51,900
118,500

25, 000
25, 000
300,000
120,000
125,000
150,000
40,000
25,000
50,000
90,000
50, 000
30,000
500,000

Apr. 22,1931
Apr. 28,1931
Apr. 29,1931
May 1,1931
do
May 4,1931
May 5,1931
do
do.
May 6,1931
May 11,1931
May 14,1931
May 15,1931

18,750
25,000
150,000
24, 340
24, 400

18,750
25,000
150,000
24,340
24,400

15,150
17,500
351,426
180,931
235,938

40,000
24,580
50,000
24, 635
25,000
30,000
150,000

40,000
24,580
50,000
24, 635
25,000
30,000
150,000

16,020
14,500
29,625
15,000
34,853
29,657
753,847

200,000
50,000
25,000
50,000
100,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
25.000
25,000
50,000
63,000
50,000
100,000
25,000
100,000

105,000
5,000
130, 700
324, 700
96, 000
101,250
1,036,584

300,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
100,000
75,000
500,000
50,000
75,000
25,000
125,000
100,000
600,000
525,000
25,000
100,000

May 19,1931
do
do
May 23,1931
May 26,1931
May 27,1931
May 29,1931
.do.
June 2,1931
do
June 4,1931
June 5,1931
June 9,1931
..—do
June 12,1931
do

200,000
19,460
32,360

200,0C0
19,460
32, 360

100,000
50,000
249,995

100,000
50,000
249,995

14,520
5,960
96,220

14,520
5,960
96,220

515, 600
91, 750
54,968
63,576
24, 294
70,000
314,479
30,157
38, 410
55,000
45,100
50,517

1,700,609
132,744
424,875
403,898
502,305
448,347
2,089,423
197,992
296,451
248,004
933, 649

500,000
296,760
25,000
98, 500

500,000
296,760
25,000
98, 500

901,957
2,507
44,405

7,521,346
4,169,504
253,118
759,379

133, 500
435, 000
904, 500
58,250

151,850
27,000
431,667
447, 575
1,098,942
313, 250
35,750
19,000

Apr. 17,1931
Apr. 18,1931
do
Apr. 21,1931

55,000
25,000
25,000
18, 270
29, 220
50,000

55, 000
25, 000
25,000
18, 270
29, 220
50, 000

177,012
57, 500
148, 514
12,000
33, 650
74, 245

24, 700
25,000

24, 700
25,000

508,107
48,600
498, 395
25,000
56,427
110, 250
724. 809
66; 000
39,500
45,945
285,031
42,532

25,000

25,000

47, 780
48,140
98,140
38,500

47, 780
48,140
98,140
38,500

708, 566
749,845
958, 087
177,137
156,448
203, 502
395, 788
2,116, 813
179,615
263, 330
245,354
769, 937
2,158,821
4,454, 324
357,035
1,631,948
2, 602, 558
187,347
88,582
2,148,083
714,382
623,322
601, 607
146, 212
116,308
167,634
537,618
176,814
212,097
2, 528,547

to
to
CO

TABLE N O . 33.—National banks in charge of receivers during year ended October 31, 1936, dates of organization and appointment of receivers,
capital at date of organization and at date of failure, dividends paid while solvent, lawful money deposited with Treasurer of the United
States to redeem circulation to October 31, 1936, circulation outstanding, borrowed money, and total deposits at date of failure—Continued
Organization

Name and location of bank

Charter
no.

Date

Capital

Total
dividends
paid during existence as a
national
banking
association

Failures

Capital

Receiver
appointed

Lawful
money
deposited

Circulation outstanding
at date
of failure

Borrowed
money
(bills
payable,
rediscounts,
etc.) at
date of
failure

Total
deposits
at date of
failure

d
O

H3
1601

1602
1603
1604
1605
1606
1607
1608
1609
1610
1611
1613
1614
1615
1616
1617
1619
1620
1621
1622
1623
1625
1626
1627
1629
1631
1632
1633
1634
1635
1638
1639
1640

Manufacturers National Bank & Trust Co.,
Rockford, 111
Mahaffey National Bank, Mahaffey, Pa
First National Bank, St. Clair Shores, Mich
Security National Bank, Rockford, 111
Peoples National Bank, Delmont, Pa
First National Bank, Downers Grove, 111
First National Bank, Chillicothe, Mo
Planters National Bank, Saluda, S. C
Waukegan National Bank, Waukegan, 111
Bottineau National Bank, Bottineau, N . Dak.s f
Kingwood National Bank, Kingwood, \v r . Va
Citizens National Bank, Jenkintown, Pa
First National Bank, Watseka, 111
Peoples National Bank of Winston, WinstonSalem, N . C
First National Bank, Morrisonville, 111
First National Bank, Elliott, Iowa »
First Natioanl Bank, Bagley, Iowa
First National Bank, Blissfield, Mich
First National Bank, Dearborn, Mich
First National Bank, Royal Oak, Mich
First National Bank, Beggs, Okla
First National Bank, Mechanicville, N . Y
Boston National Bank, South Boston, Va
Second National Bank, New Hampton, Iowa
Will County National Bank, Joliet, 111
Floyd County National Bank, Floydada, Tex__.
Walthill National Bank, Walthill, Nebr. 9
Third National Bank, New London, Ohio
Greenville National Bank, Greenville, Mich
First National Bank, Greensboro, Ala
First National Bank, Beaverdale, Pa
First National Bank, Ripley, N . Y
___.
Oconto National Bank, Oconto, Wis




3952
7610
12661
11731
9996
9725
3686
10802
10355
7879
6332
12530
1721

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

4292
6745
6857
6995
11813
12989
12657
6868
3171
8414
7607
1882
12692
9816
10101
11843
5693
11317
6386
3541

Mar.
Mar.
June
Oct.
Aug.
Aug.
Feb.
June
Mar.
Oct.
Jan.
Aug.
Apr.
June
Sept.
Sept.
Jan.
Mar.
Aug.
July

24,1911
31,1910
22,1887
11,1915
7,1913
4,1905
3.1902
18.1924
27,1870

$125,000
35,000
50,000
200,000
25,000
35,000
50,000
30,000
100,000
25,000
25,000
150,000
50,000

$842,470
111,000
16, 500
70,000
27,750
148,075
323,500
64,900
213,500
44,250
39,250
1,500
439, 764

$500,000
50,000
50, 000
200,000
25,000
100,000
100,000
100,000
250,000
25,000
25,000
150,000
50,000

24,1890
18,1903
15,1903
5.1903
3,1920
17.1926
26.1925
22,1903
6,1884
10,1906
3,1905
4,1871
18,1925
25.1910
29.1911
11,1920
15,1901
1,1919
9,1902
15,1886

100,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
60,000
150,000
100,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
50,000

296,500
65,855
90,750
62, 500
43, 200
9,000

150,0C0
50,000
50,000
25,000
60,000
150,000
150,000

40r 500
170,500
159,500
246,250
793,000
31,000
19,500
52,000
28,000
263,000
39, 000
79,000
197,700

25,000
50,000
200,000
100,000
200,000
50,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
25,000
60,000

20,1888
27,1904
16.1925
3,1920

June 16,1931
do
June 17,1931
June 18,1931
.do.
June 19,1931
June 22,1931
do

$196, 760
47,420
30,000
197,060
9,760
35,000
98,800

$196,760
47,420
30,000
197,060
9,760
35,000
98,800

do.
June 23,1931
do
June 27,1931
June 29,1931

250,000
7,000

250,000
7,000

94,120

94,120
48,980

150,000
25,000
20,000
19, 520
58,380
48, 200
47,360
24,280
48, 500
189,440
100,000
198, 500

150,000
25,000
20,000
19,520
58,380
48,200
47,360
24, 280
48, 500
189,440
100,000
198,500

24, 820
50,000
50,000
38, 240
48, 320
25, 000
59,460

24,820
50,000
50,000
38, 240
48, 320
25, 000
59,460

do

July 2,1931
July 3,1931
do
.....do
...-do
July 9,1931
.do.
July 10,1931
July 14,1931
July 15,1931
July 17,1931
July 20,1931
do.
July 21,1931
do
July 28,1931
July 30,1931
Aug. 3,1931

$200,055
44,810
10,000
158,500
25,651

$4,237,013
574,955
676,110
1,908,707
313,986
928,952
184,084
790,465
62,135
421.164
163, 501 2,870,921
73,352
267.165
35, 650
201, S08
141,870
384,791
24,450
288, 539

i

236,123
43, 224
6,752
24,404
97,986
75,660

w

35, 576
24,997
325,760
214,000
73, 538
17,540
20,328
31,850
157,384
42,000
44,362
94, 318

906,141
219,705
144,998
128,868
593,860
604,702
743,053
134,380
1,299,051
685,845
684,980
2,662, 267
281,128
72,312
422,998
237,026
168,085
503,293
522, 701
612,430

o

i

3
o

Union City National Bank, Union City, N. J—. 12749
National Bank of North Hudson at Union City,
9867
N. J
9020
1643 First National Bank, Boyne City, Mich
3268
1648 First National Bank, Maryville, Mo
1649 Manufacturers National Bank, Mechanicville,
5037
N. Y
l
12350
1650 Columbus National Bank, Columbus, Ohio
13497
1651 First National Bank, Polo, 111
1653 First National Bank in Mount Vernon, S. Dak__ _ 13282
11531
1654 First National Bank, Colony, Kans
9
5868
1656 FirstNational Bank, Lehigh, Iowa
7632
1658 United States National Bank, Los Angeles, Calif11183
1659 First National Bank, Bancroft, Idaho»
7091
1660 First National Bank, Wauseon, Ohio
7426
1661 Farmers National Bank, Bridgewater, S. Dak.._
5744
1662 Peoples National Bank, Latrobe, Pa
9
11372
1663 First National Bank, Sweet Springs, Mo.
1664 Queensboro National Bank of the City of New
York, New York, N. Y
__._
13302
1665 The Farmers National Bank, Fairfax, S. Dak
1667 First National Bank, Lyons, Ga_.
7979
1668 First National Bank, Vidalia, Ga
9879
1669 First National Bank, Westbrook, Minn
6412
1670 First National Bank, El Paso, Tex
2532
9
1671 First National Bank, Coin, Iowa
7309
1672 First National Bank, Randolph, Iowa 9
7833
1673 First National Bank at Smithfield, Ohio
13171
1674 National Bank of Defiance, Defiance, Ohio
13457
94
1675 Security National Bank, Mobridge, S. Dak. ___ 11590
1676 First National Bank in Alexandria, S. Dak
12611
1677 First National Bank, Eudora, Ark
12813
1678 First National Bank, Mora, Minn.6 4_
7292
1679 Plain view National Bank, Plainview, Tex
9802
1681 First National Bank, Merrill, Iowa 9 4
1682 Kockaway Beach National Bank, New York,
NY
12252
1683 Labor National Bank of Montana at Three
Forks, Mont.«
12361
1684 Bank of Pittsburgh National Association, Pittsburgh, Pa
_,_ 5225
9
1685 Peoples National Bank, Salem, N. Y.
3245
1687 Inkster National Bank, Inkster, Mich
12878
1688 Rogers Park National Bank, Chicago, 111
10305
1690 Commercial National Bank & Trust Co., St.
5594
Joseph, Mich
1692 First National Bank, Midland City, Ala.9
_ _ 8458
_
1693 Alderson National Bank, Alderson, W. Va
9523
1694 Highland National Bank, Pittsburgh, Pa
12414
1695 First National Bank, Viborg, S. Dak
1696 Ogden National Bank, Chicago, 111
12480
See footnotes at end of table.
1641
1642




May 22,1925

20, 000

300,000 Aug. 6,1931

100,000

Sept. 19,1910
Jan. 15,1908
Aug. 28,1884

100,000
50,000
100,000

500,700
37, 500
582,074

do
600,000
50,000 Aug. 7,1931
100,000 Aug. 10,1931

140,000
50, 000
96, 040

140, 000
50, 000
96,040

Feb. 1,1896
Apr. 2,1923
Oct. 11,1930
Feb. 8,1929
Nov. 7,1919
June 15,1901
Feb. 11,1905
Apr. 15.1918
Oct. 22.1903
Sept. 28.1904
Jan. 14.1901
May 31.1919

60,000
500,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
200,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
100,000
50,000

273, 600

do
100,000
500,000 Aug. 11,1931
50,000 Aug. 12,1931
.do.
25,000
25,000 Aug. 14,1931
25,000 Aug. 17,1931
1, 000, 000 Aug. 18,1931
25,000 A u g . 20,1931
50,000 Aug. 22,1931
25,000 Aug. 24,1931
do
200,000
do
50,000

100,000

100,000

June
Mar.
Aug.
June
July
May
June
June
Jan.
Apr.
Dec.
Oct.
Aug.
May
June
Aug.

11.1923
9,1929
30.1905
21,1910
15.1902
25,1881
3,1904
27,1905
17,1928
16,1930
5,1919
18.1924
15.1925
18,1904
15,1910
3,1916

200, 000
25, 000
25,000
35,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
150,000
50,000
50,000
40,000
25,000
100,000
40,000

June 21,1922

200,000

Mar. 28,1923
Oct.
June
Dec.
Dec.

3,1899
21,1884
16,1925
16,1912

Sept.
Nov.
July
July
Dec.
Nov.

15,1900
27,1906
19,1909
16,1923
6,1915
24,1923

25,000

2,500
12,000
37, 350
740,000
10, 500
104, 750
55,000
211, 000

200,000 Aug. 26,1931
52,000
25,000
do
25,000 Sept. 3,1931
38, 500
35, 000
.do.
63,000
30,000 Sept. 4,1931
64,250
do
2,614,000 1,000,000
50,000 Sept. 8,1931
80,259
45, 000
91, 750
.do_
50, 000 Sept. 10,1931
150,000
do
50,000 Sept. 11,1931
15,000
50,000
.do.
4,000
40,000 Sept. 12,1931
10, 400
25,000 Sept. 14,1931
84, 750
92, 240
125,000 Sept. 16,1931
61,000
40,000 Sept. 18,1931
40,000
3,750

25,000 ..—do

50,000
25,000
25,000
200,000
40,000
200,000

210, 500
89, 537
40, 750
123,000
35, 500
67,000

25,000
20,000

50,000
6,500

50,000
6,500
98, 495

24, 640
25,000
34, 860
25,000
700,000
10, 000
24, 640
49, 700
150. 000
25,000

24, 640
25,000
34, 860
25, 000
700,000
10,000
24, 640
49, 700
150,000
25,000

20,000
25,000

20,000
25,000

.

200,000 Sept. 28,1931
35, 000
do.
25,000
do
_
200,000 .....do
40,000 Oct. 1,1931
200,000 .....do

8,128,016
463,883
497,746

275,000
500,000
29,837
40,806
43,125

51,826

2,840,127

20, 565
52,100
22,957
145, 000
10, 500

434,178
124, 769
83,147
245,796
7, 798,942
57,603
551, 688
247, 707
2, 477, 973
103, 765

300, 000
42.899
48, 501
99, 903
42, 770
895,675
18,356
11,475
38,000
165, 225
67,868
40,401
68, 710
14.900
189, 786
12,938

1, 982, 752
120,105
106, 533
236,354.
316, 254
7, 623,905
98, 743
59, 025
274,677
1,164, 512
111, 174
389,434
163, 379
333,809
1,671,786
202,458

402, 500

25,000
20,000

200, 000 Sept. 19,1931

1,200,000 11, 520,000 3,000,000 Sept. 21,1931
143, 450
40,000 Sept. 23,1931
50,000
.do.
25,000
25, 000
50, 000
161,500
100,000 Sept. 24,1931

934,493

620,000

1, 757,118

17,070
34,220

34, 220

50,000

50,000

147, 360
34,095
12,137
196,820

147, 360
34, 095
12,137
196, 820

136,077

7,647, 325 43,611,807
524, 655
247,338
893, 508
328,178
388, 700
91, 510
25,000
50,000
50,319
108,121

2,720,900
45,452
476, 530
4,007,474
292,267
468,397

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TABLE N O . 33.—National banks in charge of receivers during year ended October 31, 1936, dates of organization and appointment of receivers,
capital at date of organization and at date of failure, dividends paid while solvent, lawful money deposited with Treasurer of the United
States to redeem circulation to October 31, 1936, circulation outstanding, borrowed money, and total deposits at date of failure—Continued
Organization

Name and location of bank

1697
1698
1699
1700
1701
1702
1704
1707
1708
1709
1711
1712
1714
1715
1717
1718
1720
1721
1722
1724
1725
1726
1727
1728
1729
1730
1732
1733
1734
1735
1736
1737

First National Bank, Fort Mills, S. C . . .
Farmers National Bank, New Bedford, 111.8
First National Bank, Bode, Iowa
First National Bank, Sisseton, S. Dak.»
First National Bank, Hagerstown, Md
First National Bank, Reed City, Mich
_...
Peoples National Bank, Pulaski, N. Y
First National Bank, Orbisonia, Pa
First National Bank, Kewanee, 111
Security National Bank, Bowie, Tex
National City Bank, Ottawa, 111
First National Bank, Elba, Ala.»
First National Bank, Smithville, Tex
Calumet National Bank, Chicago, 111
First National Bank, Colville, Wash
Peoples National Bank, Point Marion, Pa
Planters & Merchants First National Bank,
South Boston, Va
First National Bank, Carterville, 111
National Bank of Fayette County, Uniontown,
Pa.
Moshannon National Bank, Philipsburg, Pa
National Mohawk Valley Bank, Mohawk, N. Y
Farmers National Bank, Leechburg, Pa
Maine Line National Bank, Wayne, Pa
First National Bank, Hastings, Nebr
First National Bank, Belington, W. Va
First National Bank, Fair view, W. Va
First National Bank, Fort Stockton, Tex
First National Bank, Chase City, Va._ 4
First National Bank, Pollock, S. Dak.»
Citizens National Bank, Vandergrift, Pa
First National Bank, Auburn, Nebr
Farmers & Merchants National Bank, Webster,
S. Dak_




Charter
no.

9941
11088
10371
5428
1431
4413
10788
8985
1785
12731
1465
6897
7041
3102
8104
9503

Date

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

Capital

Total
dividends
paid during existence as a
national
banking
association

Receiver
appointed

$40,000

$40,000

6,250
54,635
148,080
50, 000

6,250
54,635
148,080
50,000

74, 280

74, 280

23,320
99, 520
58,140
49, 400

237,750
83,000
1,663,900

125,000 Oct. 10,1931
50,000
do
500,000 Oct. 12,1931

50,000
150,000
50,000
50,000
60,000
30,000
30,000
25,000
50, 000
25,000
50,000
50, 000

417,000
555,750
72,000
3,125
1,447, 240
57,600
28, 500
11, 000
179,000
4,250
167, 500
276,000

150,000
100,000
50,000
50,000
200,000
40,000
30,000
50,000
100,000
25,000
125,000
50,000

25,000

44,000

$25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
69,070
50, 000
50,000
25,000
75,000
100, 000
100, 000
50,000
25,000
50, 000
25,000
50,000

$53,800
13, 250
12, 750
150,900
959, 000
308, 732
33,500
65, 250
633, 625
71,000
910, 500
196, 250
105, 250
593, 500
83, 700
36,000

8643 Mar. 15,1907
7889 Aug. 10,1905
681 Dec. 19,1864

100,000
50,000
65,000

3,1897
3,1865
14,1908
22,1924
23,1881
4,1903
8,1912
12,1910
23,1908
27,1918
22,1905
12,1885

8559 Oct. 27,1906

May
Apr.
Sept.
Jan.
May
Feb.
June
Aug.
June
Aug.
May
May

Capital

Lawful
moneydeposited

Circulation outstanding
at date
of failure

Oct. 1, 1931
d
....do
.do.
Oct. 5,1931
.do
.do
do
Oct. 6,1931
do.
do
.—do
Oct. 7,1931
.do.
Oct. 8,1931
do
_.

21,1911
6,1917
29,1913
22,1900
2,1865
26,1890
6,1915
2,1908
23,1870
28,1925
26,1865
20,1903
11,1903
20,1883
3,1906
18,1909

5066
1130
9290
12504
2528
6619
10219
9848
9291
11237
7816
3343

Failures

$40,000
25,000
25,000
75, 000
150,000
100,000
50,000
50, 000
125, 000
50,000
200,000
100,000
50,000
400,000
60,000
50,000

Borrowed
money
(bills
payable,
rediscounts,
etc.) at
date of
failure

Total
deposits
at date of
failure

23, 320
99, 520
58,140
49,400

228, 538
87, 033
120,094
161, 226
10,000
482, 691
80, 918
44,650

$214,181
90,100
87, 412
254,782
2,317,176
1,184,725
548,207
477,839
1, 219, 269
141,119
1,025,009
167,137
238,999
2, 299, 269
651,861
373,559

97,120
50,000
200,000

97,120
50,000
200,000

344, 299
62,000
1,107, 500

1, 366, 935
287, 441
8, 931,863

95,750
174,828
19, 525
149,484
456, 823
37,246
10,000
50, 300
179, 528
42,300
114,871
76,902

1,351, 249
902, 789
584, 676
641, 322
1, 563,970
333,548
285, 431
397,674
468,100
116,184
1, 239,841
239,051

do
do
do
.—do
Oct. 13,1931
.....do
.do.
.....do
....do
do
.....do
do

148, 320
96,940
48, 800

148,320
96,940
48, 800

147, 900
39,340
29, 460
24, 340
50,000

147,900
39, 340
29, 460
24, 340
50,000

26,960
49,338

49,338

50,000 Oct. 15,1931

49,040

49,040

$83,015
7,000
8,287
54,242
451,318
68, 482
112,000

520,567

to
to

1738 Houston National Bank, Dothan, Ala
1739 First National Bank, Stewartville, Minn
9
1740 National Bank of Sidney, Sidney, Iowa
1741 Gary National Bank, Gary, W. Va._
1742 First National Bank, Anawalt, W.8Va
4
1743 First National Bank, Bishop, Tex.
1747 First National Bank, Brunswick, Mo
._.
1748 First National Bank, Isanti, Minn
1749 First National Bank in Versailles, Mo
1750 West Side Atlas National Bank, Chicago, 111
1752 First National Bank, Elizabethton, Tenn
1753 Westmont National Bank, Westmont, N. J
1754 First National Bank, Roxboro, N. C
1755 First National Bank, Erie, 111
1756 Belvidere National Bank, Belvidere, N. J
1757 Lyon County National Bank, Rock Rapids, Iowa1758 First National Bank, Cowen, W. Va
1760 First National Bank, Lake City, Iowa
1761 First National Bank, Turkey, Tex
1762 First National Bank, Baldwin Park, Calif
B
1763 First National Bank, Doon, Iowa
9
1764 First National Bank, Blockton, Iowa
....
1765 City National Bank, Herrin, 111
1766 Citizens National Bank, Prosperity, S. C
1767 First National Bank, Newark, N. Y
1770 Exchange National Bank, Pittsburgh, Pa
1771 Citizens National Bank, Kokomo, Ind
1772 Commercial National Bank, Eufaula, Ala
1773 First National Bank, Graceville, Fla
9
1774 Wilcox National Bank, Wilcox, Pa.
1775 City National Bank, Paducah, Ky
1776 First National Bank, Cardington, Ohio 9
1777 Peoples National Bank, Blairstown, N. J.
1778 First National Bank, North Rose, N. Y
1779 National Bank of Albion, Albion, 111
1780 Moaongahela National Bank, Pittsburgh, 9Pa
1782 First National Bank, New Windsor, Md. .
1783 Citizens National Bank, Phillippi, W. Va
1784 First National Bank, Buchanan, Mich
_.
1785 First National Bank, Newburg, W. Va
_.
1786 First National Bank, Sycamore, Ill__
1787 Security National Bank, Paducah, Tex
Citizens National Bank, Seward, Pa
178S
1789 Hutchings First National Bank, Siloam Springs,
1790
1792
1793
1794
1795
1797

Ark
_
_.
First National Bank, Alliance, Nebr
First National Bank, Somerfield, Pa
Citizens National Bank, Sedalia, Mo
First National Bank, Hoquiam, Wash
First National Bank, St. Thoma*, N. Dak.
First National Bank, Blytheville, Ark.o

See footnotes at end of table.




7932 Sept. 22,1905

5330
5145
13505
10392
12612
4083
10554
13367
11009
9558
12519
11211
6951
1096
7089
10559
4966
11138
106S5
6764
8211
8670
12774
349
1057
4121
5024
7423
12933
2093
127
9833
10016
13449
3874
747
6377
3925
7626
1896
12748
13011

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

11,1900
3,1898
3,1930
2.1913
10,1924
8,1889
1.1914
5.1929
5,1917
31,1909
11.1924
10,1918
28,1903
10,1865
15,1903
19,1914
21,1894
16,1918
30,1914
15.1903
3,1906
24,1907
29.1925
2.1864
8.1865
22,1889
3,1895
26.1904
24.1926
14,1873
15.1863
2.1910
7.1911
4.1930
9,1888
24.1864
26,1902
10,1888
23.1925
15,1871
8,1925
18.1926

50, 000
25,000
60,000
100,000
25, 000
25,000
50,000
25,000
30,000
200,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
200,000
75,000
25, 000
50,000
25, 000
25,000
25,000
25, 000
50, 000
50, 000
50,000
1,000,000
100,000
70 000
25,000
25,000
200, 000
50,000
50,000
25,000
50,000
250,000
55,000
40,000
50,000
25,000
50, 000
50,000
25,000

13506
4226
8901
1971
4427
4550
11651

Nov. 29,1930
Dec. 19,1889
Aug. 10,1907
Aug. 9,1872
Sept. 22,1890
Mar. 7,1891
Mar. 12,1920

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

1, 299, 382
432,400
40, 500
45,000
2,000
4,250,000
365, 235
136, 350
201,000
42,000
628,909
22, 500
2,500

150,000
do
. do
50,000
do
60,000
.do.
100,000
do
50, 000
25,000
do
50,000 Oct. 16,1931
25,000
do
30,000
do
do
200, 000
75,000 Oct. 19,1931
do
25,000
150,000
do
40,000
do
100,000
do
75,000 Oct. 20,1931
25,000
do
50,000 Oct. 22,1931
25, 000
do
35,000
do
50,000
do
25,000
do
50,000
do
50,000
do .
--150,000 Oct. 23,1931
750,000
do.
350,000
do
150,000 Oct. 27,1931
do._
35,000
do
25,000
300,000 Oct. 28,1931
60,000 Oct. 29,1931
50,000 . . . _ do
do
50,000
do
50,000
1,000,000
do .
77,000
do.
50, 000 Oct. 30,1931
do
50,000
do
25,000
175,000 Oct. 31,1931
50. 000 N o v . 2,1931
25,000
do

502,000
39, 750
759,000
1,244,000
49,000
91,000

50,000
do100,000 N o v . 3,1931
25,000 N o v . 5,1931
100,000 N o v . 6,1931
300,000
do
25,000
do
100.000
do

272,000
130,500
181,100
91,000
9,000
88, 250
25,750
168,000
114,750
3,750
76,100
180,500
1,459, 000
224,000
147,875
19, 955
44, 800
102, 250
86, 261
75, 500
12,000
594,000
6, 643, 250
897,825
422,800
73,625

74, 280

74,280

48, 800

48,800

49, 995
6,250
49,280

49,995
6,250
49,280

145,920
742, 980

145,920
742, 980

98,320
34, 340
20,000
300, 000
60,000
48,020
25,000

98,320
34,340
20,000
300,000
60,000
48,020
25,000

386,860
53,440
39,400
48,740
24, 460
175,000

386,860
53,440
39,400
48,740
24,460
175,000

69,000
116,500
4,784, 500
12,490
134,484
55,000
5,000
104,891
123,821
20,000

501,020
470,719
187,069
560,275
192,873
116,908
209,239
200,036
228,482
1,350, 284
1,061,410
367,017
265,371
516,122
1,841,833
1,065,798
89,084
321, 573
41, 461
231, 514
152, 699
118,042
711, 721
167,497
2,060,550
4, 264,123
2,966, 246
139,309
148,401
243,669
4,487,975
207, 666
399, 048
421, 713
560,349
8,857, 684
465, 232
651,330
499,875
298,986
1,387,452
386, 856
70,141

17, 960
49,158
24,160
98,258
294,000
25,000

17,960
49,158
24,160
98, 258
294,000
25,000

125,400
579,106
15,200
93,200
31,592
29,000
26, 684

364,474
1,623,327
210, 744
1,925, 817
1,800,002
174,052
166, 331

122,737
24,640
60,000
47,180
24,640

122, 737
24,640
60,000
47,180
24, 640

12, 500
24, 700
30,000
196,820
50,000

12,500
24, 700
30,000
196,820
50,000

38,920

38,920

209,895
10,000
44,370
105,865
3,700
19,183
82,276
36,041
24,850
434, 733
211,774
13,455
236,985
45,845
60,000
70,000
5,650
16, 707
93, 718
29, 247
26,038
13,009
94, 350
36,926
150,000
1,697, 301
263,858
58, 672
10,169
1,022,100
5,606

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No. 33.—National banks in charge of receivers during year ended October 81, 1936, dates of organization and appointment of receivers, to
capital at date of organization and at date of failure, dividends paid while solvent, lawful money deposited with Treasurer of the United to
States to redeem circulation to October 31, 1936, circulation outstanding, borrowed money, and total deposits at date of failure—Continued 00
Organization

Name and location of bank

1798
1799
1800
1801
1803
1804
1805
1806
1807
1808
1809
1810
1811
1812
1813
1815
1818
1819
1821
1823
1824
1825
1826
1827
1828
1830
1831
1832
1833
1834
1835

First National Bank, Belle Fourche, S. Dak
First National Bank & Trust Co., Monessen, PaFirst National Bank, Logansport, Ind
City National Bank & Trust Co., Corpus Christi,
Tex.
First National Bank, Sea Isle City, N . J
Second National Bank, Morgantown, W. Va
Phoenix National Bank, Columbia, Tenn
First National Bank, Pharr, Tex
First National Bank, Marceline, Mo
First National Bank, Noble, 111
American National Bank, Dayton, Tenn
First National Bank of Custer City, Custer,
S. Dak
First National Bank, Steamboat Springs, Colo—
First National Bank, Frederic, Wis.» 4
First National Bank, Tilden, Nebr
Second National Bank, Brownsville, Pa. 1
First National Bank, Houtzdale, Pa
First National Bank, Corinth, Miss-Norfolk National Bank, Norfolk, Nebr
First National Bank & Trust Co., Woodbridge,
N.J
First National Bank, Zillah, Wash.»
First National Bank, Stanford, Mont.9
Twin Falls National Bank, Twin Falls, Idaho
Hopewell National Bank, Hopewell, Pa
First National Bank in Gulfport, Miss
First National Bank, West Frankfort, 111
First National Bank, Christopher, 111
IthacaNational Bank, Ithaca, Mich
Citizens National Bank & Trust Co., Terre
Haute, Ind
First National Bank, Glen Campbell, Pa
Peoples National Bank, Lodi, Ohio_._




Charter
no.

Date

Capital

Total
dividends
paid during existence as a
national
banking
association

Failures

Capital

Receiver
appointed

Lawful
money
deposited

Circulation outstanding
at date
of failure

Borrowed
money
(bills
payable,
rediscounts,
etc.) at
date of
failure

Total
deposits
at date of
failure

$25,000
50,000
230,000

$50,000
236, 900
855,200

$25, 000 Nov. 6, 1931
160,000
.do.
250,000 Nov. 11,1931

$6,320
143,760
246, 340

$6, 320
143,760
246, 340

J167,408
87,980

$503,421
2, 401,668
4,901,206

18,1905
26,1922
11,1880
8,1905
21,1912
19,1903
19,1909
8,1901

50,000
25,000
60,000
200,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000

261,350
20, 500
405,500
431,500
17, 500
143,750
17,875
180,000

200,000
do
50,000
do
100,000
do
200,000
do.
50,000 Nov. 12,1931
25,000 N o v . 13,1931
25,000 N o v . 14,1931
25,000
do

230, 440
23,380
77, 780
120, 560
24,160
14,820
24,700
23,920

230,440
23, 380
77, 7"'
120, 560
24,160
14, 820
24, 700
23,920

407,638
52,183
446,876
198, 776
35,008
29,500
34,100
139,560

1, 272,890
280, 248
1,944,326
433,137
161,265
248, 829
151, 753
456, 719

Sept. 27,1890
Sept. 12.1902
Dec. 10,1906
Aug. 3,1908
Apr. 11,1882
Mar. 21.1903
Feb. 27.1908
M a y 13,1885

50,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
56,000
50,000
100,000
60,000

27, 500
39, 750
46, 250
112, 250
379, 675
329, 500
206,000
406,000

10,000
24,700
20,000

10,000
24,700
20,000

12, 700
33,980
100,000

12,700
33,980
100,000

10,944
44,302
73,635
24,465
130,104
150,000
299,058
42, 798

155, 284
431, 589
247,094
181,547
65,889
1,005,048
970,948
856, 635

12,1906
30.1909
18,1914
28,1918
13,1909
5,1931
28.1905
12.1906
10,1902

25,000
25,000
35,000
150,000
25,000
400,000
25,000
25,000
25,000

93,097
56, 000
37,100
4,500
25, 250

100,000
6,250

100,000
6,250

200,000
35,055

98,000
196, 296
57,100

25,000 N o v . 17,1931
25,000
do
25,000
do
50,000
.do.
125,000 N o v . 30,1931
125,000
100,000
do
100,000 Dec. 2,1931
150,000
do
25,000
do
35,000
150,000
do
25,000 Deo. 3,1931
400,000
do
25,000 Dec. 7,1931
do
60,000
25,000 ...do

49, 280
17,500
246,100
24, f""
58,200
25,000

49, 280
17, 500
246,100
24,998
58,200
25,000

484,213
40,000
46, 500

1, 543, 721
193, 750
101,031
241,348
222,415
3,050,178
965, 518
841,288
521,939

13224 July 24,1928
5204 Apr. 8,1899
10677 Nov. 12,1914

200,000
50,000
50.0QO

30,000
247,000
43, 500

200,000
do
100,000 ..-..do
50,000 Dec. 8,1931

98,620
36, 600

98,620
36,600

6561 Dec. 8,1902
5253 Dec. 14,1899
Oct. 3,1883
7668
12279
2458
7870
10169
7066
9527
7579
4448
6454
8491
9217
2673
6695
9094
3347
8299
9576
10625
11274
9638
13553
7673
8260
6485

Mar.
Oct.
Feb.
Aug.
Mar.
Nov.
July
Jan.

June
Sept.
Aug.
Oct.
Oct.
June
Feb.
May
Oct.

56,032

92,377
62,058
68,834

1,146,413
368,881

1836
1837
1839
1840
M 1841
g 1842
& 1843
S 1844
I 1845
k 1846
-4 1847
1848
1850
M 1853
<» 1856
1857
1858
1859
1861
1862
1864
1866
1867
1868
1870
1871
1872
1873
1874
1875
1876
1877
1879
1880
1881
1882
1883
1884
1885
1887
1888
1889
1890
1891
1892
1893
1896
1897

Citizens National Bank, Ellwood, City, Pa
First National Bank, Geneva, Ohio
First National Bank, Washington, N . C
First National Bank, Chaffee, M o
Nogales National Bank, Nogales, Ariz.
_._
First National Bank in Aberdeen, Wash
First National Bank, Twin Falls, Idaho
West Point National Bank, West Point, Nebr___
First National Bank, Dougherty, Iowa
First National Bank, Sweetwater, Tex. 8
First National Bank, Mullins, S. C.»
Federal National Bank, Boston, Mass
First National Bank, Momence, 111
Gillespie National Bank, Gillespie, 111
Commercial National Bank, Raleigh, N . C
First National Bank, Victorville, Calif.9 *
First National Bank, Chardon, Ohio *
Macksburg National Bank, Macksburg, Iowa i 9 . __
Boston-Continental National Bank,Boston,Mass.
First National Bank, Louisburg, N . C
First National Bank, Venice, Calif....
First National Bank, Idaho Springs, Colo
State National Bank in Lynn, Mass
First National Bank, Kingston, Tenn. 9
Marion National Bank, Marion, Ohio
First National Bank, Kelso, Wash
American National Bank & Trust Co., Benton
Harbor, Mich
First National Bank Fredericktown, Ohio
First National Bank, White House Station, N . J A
First National Bank, Middleport, N . Y. 9 4 _.
First National Bank, Gasport, N . Y. 9 4
National Bank of Seymour, Seymour, Iowa
Itasca National Bank, Itasca, Tex
First National Bank, Cambridge, 111.1
Creighton National Bank, Creighton, Nebr
First National Bank, Lost Nation, Iowa 9
Farmers & Merchants National Bank, Enterprise, Ala
First National Bank, Farmer, S. Dak
_•
Walnut Park National Bank, Walnut Park, Calif.
National Bank of Snow Hill, Snow Hill, N . C.»_—
First National Bank in Florence, S. C__
Peoples National Bank, Burgettstown, Pa.9_
Vandeventer National Bank, St. Louis, Mo
Bishopville National Bank, Bishopville, S. C
First National Bank, Yorba Linda, Calif-.
_
First National Bank, Ozark,Ark
Hammond National Bank & Trust Co., Hammond, Ind
First National Bank in Decatur, Ala

See footnotes at end of table.




11570
153
4997
9928
11012
11751
7608
3340
5576
5781
9876
12336
7079
7903
9067
11005
4671
6852
11903
7554
10233
2962
12362
12319
6308
8639

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

19.1919
6,1863
11,1895
19,1911
15,1917
22.1920
14,1905
9,1885
30,1900
11; 1901
19,1910
19,1923
14,1903
24,1905
15,1908
1,1917
14,1891
13,1902
21,1920
6,1905
3,1912
19,1883
16,1923
28,1922
12,1902
1,1907

100,000
60,000
50,000
25,000
50,000
100,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
1, 500,000
50,000
50,000
100,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
200,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
200,000
25,000
200,000
25,000

10143
5640
9081
9206
10623
13495
5749
2540
8797
5402

Feb.
Nov.
Dec.
July
Sept.
Sept.
Mar.
June
June
May

5,1912
22.1900
23.1907
14.1908
19,1914
2,1930
15.1901
17,1881
27,1907
2,1900

100,000
25,000
30,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
30,000
50,000
25,000
25,000

339,000
23,750
56,100
70,000
31,250

10421
11456
12572
12772
12799
13009
13270
10872
10905
12985

July
Aug.
Aug.
June
June
Nov.
Dec.
May
Aug.
Aug.

2,1913
30,1919
6,1924
13,1925
26,1925
8,1926
31,1928
16,1916
15,1916
23,1926

50, 000
25,000
50, 000
50, 000
100, 000
50,000
250,000
75,000
25,000
25,000

164, 500

16, 250
1,500

150,000
..do25,000
.do100,000
..do50,000
.do100.000
-do_.
50,000
do
do
250,000
75,000 Jan. 12,1932
do
25, 000
25,000 Jan. 13,1932

8199 Apr.
10336 Feb.

2,1906
2,1913

100,000
100, 000

361,096
262,000

400,000 Jan. 18,1932
200,000
do

59,000
100,000 ..—do
229,000
50,000 Dec. 9 1 3
,91
269,500
100,000 Dec. 11,1931
.do.
80,250
50,000
50,000 ..—do
47,000
do
150,000
54, 500
100,000 Dec. 12,1931
241,000
50,000 Dec. 14,1931
293,000
25,000 ..—do
45,750
do
100,000
168.250
50,000 .....do
40,000
410,081 2,005,585 Dec. 15,1931
50,000 Dec. 17,1931
106, 500
75,000 Dec. 19,1931
102,000
do
600,000
770,000
do
25,000
14, 750
100,000 Dec. 22,1931
205,000
25,000 — d o
19,000
152, 750 1, 000,000
do
50,000
62, 500
50,000 Dec. 23,1931
7,359
50,0C0
.do.
292,500
.do.
65,000
200,000
7, 500
25,000 Dec. 24,1931
do
200,000
408,000
122,000
100,000 Dec. 29,1931

155,400
247,145
24,750
50,850

200,000
25,000
30,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
60,000
50,000
25,000
40,000

—do
Dec. 30,1931
do
do
do
.doJan. 2,1932
Jan. 8,1932
Jan. 9,1932
Jan. 11,1932

93,160
48,680
97,660
39,040
48,860
97,660

93,160
48,680
97,660
39,040
48,860
97,660

49,998
12, 500

49, 998
12,500

24,400
24,400
1, 500,000 1,500,000
24,760
24, 760
75,000
75,000
171,000
171,000
24,640
24,640
894,520
49, 460
15,000

894, 520
49,460
15,000

12,080
196,100
24, 280

12,080
196,100
24,280

197, 420
25, 000
14, 700
24, 520
24, 640

197,420
25,000
14, 700
24, 520
24, 640

59,100

59,100

6,070
11,010

6,070
11,010

48,620

48, 620

384,460
200,000

384,460
200,000

54,1301
76,000
263,061
15,100
84, 507
133, 656
131,953
268,093
38,473
104,137
1,665,386
55,000
181,817
1,098,741
45,155
50,000
19,099
1,145,060
28,000
44,700
122, 336
16,056
311,773
14,000

597,358
693,076
491,828
255,718
410, 584
1,452,512
907,985
646, 287
190,940
588,864
177, 284
24,452, 825
489,703
1,130,403
3, 653, 385
236,213
5,489,940
228, 621
223,113
137, 336
2,061, 948
67,022
1,009,200
432, 657

420, 500
21, 730
44, COO
138, 500
82, 735
10,350
56, 776
196,991
42,8S8
58, 508

1, 692,239
173,275
630,864
379,498
150,444
152,991
138,533

371,109
25,000
99, 265
35,952
170,989
5,960
324, 532
46,689
24,845
19, 261

384,648
39,117
1,123, 550
84, 313
820, 272
152, 670
1,196, 262
232, 987
137, 405
90,211

369,483
326,033

2, 569, 503
760, 770

105,405
90,906

to
to

TABLE N O . 33.—National banks in charge of receivers during year ended October 31, 1936, dates of organization and appointment of receivers, to
capital at date of organization and at date of failure, dividends paid while solvent, lawful money deposited with Treasurer of the United GO
States to redeem circulation to October 31, 1936, circulation outstanding, borrowed money, and total deposits at date of failure—Continued O
Organization

Name and location of bank

1899
1900
1901
1906
1907
1908
1909
1910
1911
1912
1913
1916
1917
1918
1919
1921
1922
1923
1924
1925
1926
1927
1928
1929
1930
1931
1933
1934
1935
1936
1937
1938
1939

First National Bank in Hazard, Ky
Farmers National Bank, Granville, N. Y 9
First National Bank, Osnabrock, N. Dak.*
National Bank of Sabetha, Sabetha, Kans
Home National Bank, Elgin, 1 1
1
Oskaloosa National Bank, Oskaloosa, Iowa
Citizens National Bank, Long Branch, N. J
Valparaiso National Bank, Valparaiso, Ind
First National Bank in Mount Olive, 1 1
1
Bozeman Waters First National Bank, Poseyville, Ind
Corinth National Bank, Corinth, N. Y
Citizens National Bank, Albion, N. Y
National Bank of Adrian, Adrian, Mo
First National Bank, Woodward, Okla.
—
Germantown National Bank, Germantown, N. Y.
First National Bank, Iowa City, Iowa
First National Bank, Culver City, Calif
National Bank of Rensselaer, Rsnsselaer, N. Y_.
Griggsville National Bank, Griggsville, 111.9
First National Bank, Arcadia, Fla
-.
Nephi National Bank, Nephi, Utah 9
Elkin National Bank, Elkin, N. C
Ocean Grove National Bank, Ocean Grove, N. J.
Farmers National Bank, Pekin, 111
National Bank of Whitehall, Whitehall, N. Y...
Anamosa National Bank, Anamosa, Iowa.First National Bank, Gary* Ind.
Third National Bank, Pittsburgh, Pa. 1 ..First National Bank, Hiawatha, Kans
Trigg National Bank, Glasgow, Ky
Bell National Bank, Pineville, Ky
_.
First National Bank, Columbus, Mont.9
First National Bank, Murfreesboro, Tenn
First National Bank, Harvey, 1 1
1




Charter
no.

Date

Capital

13248
3154
7234
4626
2016
2417
6038
6215
13452

Oct.
Mar.
Apr.
Aug.
July
Mar.
Nov.
Mar.
Apr.

10,1928
20,1884
7,1904
28,1891
3,1872
6,1879
20,1901
6,1902
2,1930

$100,000
50,000
25,000
60, 000
100, 000
50, 000
100,000
100,000
50,000

13503
6479
4998
12413
5575
12242
18
11732
12773
2116
5534
8508
5673
5403
2287
8388
4696
8426
291
2589
5486
7215
9396
1692

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

7,1930
13,1902
2,1895
9.1923
4,1900
7,1922
12,1882
24,1920
2.1924
2,1873
15,1900
21,1906
19,1900
20,1900
19,1875
29.1906
4,1892
9,1906
30,1863
12,1881
25,1900
28,1904
27,1909
27,1869
11.1907

50,000
25, 000
50,000
25,000
25, 000
50,000
100,000
25,000
100, 000
50,000
30,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
25, 000
300,000
50,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
100,000
50,000

Total
dividends
paid during existence as a
national
banking
association

$250,700
65,250
279,300
825, 500
444,500
437,000
337,000

121,100
400, 500
111,350
4,500
457,000
17, 750
10,000
314, 500
179,000
56,000
95, 500
162,025
543, 500
151, 500
204, 000
582, 500
2,408, 500
213,000
249,063
127, 250
50,250
1,133,400
118, 250

Failures

Capital

Receiver
appointed

$100,000 Jan. 18, 1932
100,000
do
25,000
do
60,000
.do.
150,000 Jan. 20,1932
100,000
do
150,000
do
150,000
50,000
do
50,000
35,000
200,000
25, 000
50,000
50,000
100, 000
100, 000
100,000
50,000
100,000
50, 000
50, 000
100,000
100,000
100, 000
100,000
250,000
500, 000
55,000
75, 000
100,000
25.000
200,000
100,000

do
do
Jan. 21,1932
do
do
Jan. 22,1932
.do.
Jan. 23,1932
do
Jan. 26,1932
do.
do..
do
do
do
do.
Jan. 27,1932
.do.
Jan. 28,1932
do
do.
do..
Jan. 29,1932
Feb. 1,1932
d

Lawful
money
deposited

Circulation outstanding
at date
of failure

$97,540
24,815
59, 280
114,100

$97,540
24,815
59,280
114,100

98435

98,435
48,380

48, 680
19,460
49,280

48, 680
19,460
49, 280

49,460
9,520
98,020
95, 260

49, 460
9,520
98,020

95, 260

12, 500
69, 280
42, 740
24,700
24,040
95,800
47,900
98,740
244, 240
415, 220
54, 220
71,880
95,980
24,640
86, 540
48,800

12, 500
69,280
42, 740
24, 700
24,040
95,800
47,900
98, 740
244, 240
415, 220
54,220
71,880
95,980
24, 640
86, 540
48,800

Borrowed
money
(bills
payable,
rediscounts,
etc.) at
date of
failure
$25,300
389,315
243, 602
171,928
419,600
54,745
50, 647
82, 937
780,883
30, 633
53, 079
163,075
197,692
30,000
159, 904
24,950
138, 715
45, 318
104, 248
345,139
75,000
285,600
20, 000
875,000
500,000
70,136
161,300
24, 560
31,800
352,866
112,970

Total
deposits
at date of
failure

$625,344
1,173,449
94,147
503,713
1,284,871
1,382,759
1,478, 736
653.645
419,379
425, 207
1,555,411
3,190,726
43, 671
402,464
295,459
880, 545
814,166
872, 922
220.646
455,690
96,108
455, 625
1,429,061
961,039
940, 379
620,019
2, 703,458
331,989
591,789
464,452
141,978
1,049, 518
879,016

Cumberland National Bank, Fayetteville, N . C. 13168 Jan. 12,1928
Peoples National Bank, Clinton, M o .
8509 Dec. 31,1906
Hopedale National Bank, Hopedale, 111...
9398 Apr. 1,1909
First National Bank, Palatine, 111
11934 Jan. 25,1921
Washington National Bank in the City of Tacoma, Tacoma, Wash
1266" Dec. 27,1924
1946 Middlesex National Bank, Lowell, Mass
12343 Mar. 30,1923
1947 First National Bank, Milton, Oreg
9201 June 6,1908
1948 Coast National Bank, Seaside Heights, N. J
12354 Mar. 17,1923
1949 Point Pleasant Beach National Bank & Trust
Co., Point Pleasant Beach, N. J
13215 May 1,1928
1950 Olympia National Bank, Olympia, Wash
5652 Nov. 10,1900
1951 First Willapa Harbor National Bank, Raymond,
Wash
„ 11672 Mar. 23,1920
1954 Pikesville National Bank, Pikesville, Md
July 23,1907
__ 8;
1955 South Gate National Bank, South Gate, Calif—_ 12807 Aug. 3,1925
1956 Peoples National Bank, Wellsville, Ohio
6345 June 27.1902
1957 First National Bank, Monte Vista, Colo.9
7228 Apr. 8,1904
1958 First National Bank, Boswell, Pa
6603 Jan. 8,1903
1959 First National Bank, Monterey Park, Calif
12061 Nov. 3,1921
1960 First National Bank, Victoria, Va
12183 Apr. 14,1922
1961 Joliet National Bank, Joliet, 111
4520 Oct. 29.1890
1962 Commercial National Bank, High Point, N. C._
4568 Mar. 23.1891
1963 National Bank of America at Gary, Ind
11094 Dec. 11,1916
1964 First National Bank, Shelbyville, Ind.._
_ 1263 May 2,1865
19
1966 First National Bank, Brockway, Pa.
5497 June 23,1900
1967 First National Bank in Brockway, Pa.*»
13566 July 29,1931
1968 Rockford National Bank, Rockford, 111
1816 Mar. 8,1871
1969 First National Bank, Mendota, 111
1177 Feb. 13,1865
1970 Mendota National Bank, Mendota, 111
5086 July 14,1897
1971 Sedalia National Bank, Sedalia, Mo
4392 July 10,1890
1972 National Bank of De Pere, De Pere, Wis
6469 Oct. 6,1902
1973 Wayne National Bank, Goldsboro, N. C
10614 Sept. 11,1914
1974 First National Bank, Pittsburg, Kans
3463 Feb. 8,1886
1975 First National Bank, Cherokee, Kans. 9
5447 June 16.1900
1976 First National Bank, Newport Beach, Calif
10702 Jan. 8,1915
1977 Seaside National Bank, Long Beach, Calif
12819 Aug. 29,1925
1980 Pioneer National Bank, Waterloo, Iowa
5120 Apr. 12, 1898
1982 John Weedman National Bank, Farmer City, 111.
3407 Oct. 26, 1885
1983 First National Bank, Le Roy, 111
6586 Jan. 10.1903
1984 First National Bank, Foosland, 111
11299 Jan. 10.1919
1985 Citizens National Bank, Great Bend, Kans
5705 Jan. 31.1901
1986 First National Bank, Sedro-Woolley, Wash
7908 Aug. 31.1905
1987 First National Bank, Renovo, Pa
3763 July 16,1887
1988 First National Bank, Hornell, N. Y
262 Nov. 21,1863
1939 First National Bank, Pitcairn, Pa
5848 May 20,1901
1990 Peoples National Bank, Pitcairn, Pa
11892 Dec. 1,1920
1991 First National Bank, Trafford, Pa
6962 May 11,1903
1993 First National Bank, Bardwell, Ky
8331 May 19.1906
1994 First National Bank, Hamilton, 111
9;
Oct. 10,1910
1997 First National Bank, Hartwell, Ga
11695 Mar. 17.1920
See footnotes at end of table.
1940
1942
1943
1944
1945




150,000
50,000
50,000
25,000

36,000
76,000
85, 250
16, 500

150,000
do
50,000 Feb. 2,1932
do
50,000
50,000
do

200,000
200,000
50,000
25,000

103, 000
120, 000

do
200,000
200, 000 Feb. 3,1932
do
50, 000
25,000
do

100,000
50,000

313, 500

100, 000
125,000

100,000
25,000
50, 000
100, 000
25, 000
30,000
25, 000
25, 000
100, 000
50,000
100,000
65, 000
35,000
65,000
100, 000
65, 000
50, 000
100,000
50,000
325, 000
50, 000
25,000
25, 000
300, 000
100, 000
50,000
50,000
25, 000
50, 000
25, 000
50, 000
50, 000
25, 000
75, 000
50,000
25,000
50, 000
50,000

54, 000
100, 000
40, 000
49, 200
50, 000
2,000
100, 000
223, 500
50,000
132, 930
30,000
95,400
22,000
25,000
6,000
25,000
1, 084, 500 700, 000
1, 402,000 1,000, 000
150,000
127, 500
100,000
862, 750
144,800
35,000
65,000
2,044,000
750,000
762, 856
100,000
234, 500
100, 000
267, 500
100, 000
205, 000
100, 000
461, 500
325,000
356, 785
100,000
92,911
25,000
15, 500
25,000
300,000
200, 000
,
75, 000
363, 320
50, 000
116,000
25,000
2,750
50,000
166,300
25, 000
23, 000
50,000
248, 500
300,000
1,179, 723
100, 000
226,125
75, 000
18,000
30, 000
18,900
25,000
90,750
50,000
49,750
75,000
28,000

dodo
do
Feb. 6,1932
do
do
Feb. 8,1932
Feb. 9,1932
do
do
Feb. 10,1932
do
do
do
Feb. 11,1932
do
Feb. 12,1932
do
. do __ —
Feb. 15,1932
Feb. 16,1932
Feb. 17,1932
do
do

20,434
33,191

1,046, 755
281,040
112,748
128, 593

191,960
176,960

125, 865
114,210
43,002
91,999

975, 755
4,842,072
479, 662
202,108

94, 900

94, 900

230, 274
130, 780

228, 721
1, 828, 063

48,860
6,250

48,860
6,250

97, 780
23, 920
29, 397
25,000
25,000
97,180
474,140
93, 220
69, 280

97, 780
23,920
29, 397
25, 000
25, 000
97,180
474,140
93, 220
69, 280

199,980
48,800
12,320
100, 000
100,000
177, 320
96, 337
23,980

199, 980
48,800
12, 320
100,000
100, 000
177, 320
96, 337
23,980

97,900
196,940
71, 280
48, 560

97,900
196,940
71, 280
48, 560

49, 340

49, 340

12, 200
98, 080
23, 860
23,800
28, 860
23, 440
49,580

12, 200
98, 080
23, 860
23, 800
28, 860
23,440
49,580

49,280
23,980
15,000

49,280
23,980
15,000

191,960
176,960

do
do
Feb. 18,1932
Feb. 19,1932

do
do
Feb. 20,1932
Feb. 23,1932
Feb. 26,1932
Feb. 27,1932
Mar. 2,1932
do
do
Mar. 4,1932

do
M a r . 8,1932

304,652

957, 619
60, 250
853,133
75,000
440, 249
35, 000
578,054
192,110
148, 271
67,419
625,303
70,815
411, 215
66, 438
259, 249
62,173
1, 035, 956 3, 512, 518
2, 307, 509 3,892, 564
882, 274
136,115
496, 588
91,146
102,858
598, 755
601, 501 4, 450, 746
50,980
438, 364
73,625
696, 739
70,000
472, 862
27, 000
612, 864
513,675 1, 538,103
86, 755 1,425, 067
9,873
148,625
18,875
197, 349
175, 577
975,185
842,904 1, 874, 209
19,000
354, 993
40, 262
183,331
121, 462
287, 205
72,143
318, 286
7,250
885,193
65, 611
1, 661, 589
727, 051
803, 720
69, 500
383, 801
116,781
466, 618
55, 500
229, 720
47,450
197, 228
25, 800
100, 312
74,476

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States to redeem circulation to October 31, 1936, circulation outstanding, borrowed money, and total deposits at date of failure—Continued to
Organization

Name and location of bank

City National Bank, Knoxville, Tenn. 1
First National Bank, Alexis, 111.19
Citizens National Bank, Kendallville, Ind. 9
First National Bank of Bay Point, Port Chicago,
Calif. _
2002 First National Bank, Alva, Okla
2003 Security National Bank, Fairfield, Idaho
2004 National Bank of Commerce, Garnett, Kans
2005 Merchants National Bank, Brownsville, Tex
2007 Merchants National Bank, Definace, Ohio *»
2008 First National Bank, Definace, Ohio i s .
2010 First National Bank, Fairfax, Okla-9
2012 First National Bank, Glasgow, Ky.
_.
2013 Forest City National Bank, Rockford, 111
2014 First National Bank, Highland, Kans
2015 First National Bank, Albion, IU.i»
2016 Albion National Bank, Albion, Ill.i»
2019 Bayard National Bank, Bayard, W. Va___
2020 First National Bank in Driggs* Idaho
2023 Citizens National Bank & Trust Co., Hornell,
N. Y
2024 National City Bank, Tampa, Fla.i 9
2025 Douglass National Bank of Chicago, Chicago, 111.
2026 United States National Bank, La Grande, Oreg.1.
2027 First National Bank, South Glens Falls, N. Y...
2028 Hancock National Bank, Sparta, Ga
2030 United States National Bank, Iron Mountain,
Mich
_.
2031 Citizens National Bank, Salmon, Idaho
2032 First National Bank, Hartington, Nebr
2033 First National Bank, Crofton, Nebr
2034 Baraga County National Bank, L'Anse, Mich...
2035 Liberty National Bank, Waco, Tex.i
2036 First National Bank, Beverly Hills, Calif
2037 National Bank of Rolla, Rolla, Mo
1998
1999
2000
2001




Charter
no.

Date

3837 Jan. 12,1888
4967 M a y 18,1894
12532 Feb. 28,1924

Capital

Total
dividends
paid during existence as a
national
banking
association

Failures

Capital

Receiver
appointed

$100,000 $1, 845, 000 $1,000,000 Mar. 9,1932
50,000
96, 750
50, 000 Mar. 15,1932
6,400
80, 000
80,000 Mar. 16,1932

11561
5587
11884
5292
7002
2516
4661
7972
4819
4325
9136
8429
902"5
11664
13267

Dec. 19,1919
Sept. 18,1900
Nov. 12,1920
Apr. 3,1900
Oct. 1,1903
Apr. 7,1881
Nov. 11,1891
Oct. 27,1905
Nov. 5,1892
Apr. 8,1890
Apr. 11,1908
Oct. 17,1906
Sept. 11,1907
Feb. 23,1920
Dec. 21,1928

25, 000
25, 000
25, 000
25,000
100, 000
100,000
150,000
25,000
50,000
100,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
25,000

1,500
206, 250
10, 000
123, 375
655, 000
244,000
376,125
114,375
186, 500
774,000
48, 200
2,000
99, 250
2,500

25,000 Mar. 18,1932
50,000
.do.
25, 000 Mar. 19,1932
25, 000 Mar. 25,1932
250,000 Mar. 28,1932
100,000 Apr. 11,1932
100,000
.do.
25, 000 Apr. 12,1932
50, 000 Apr. 15,1932
300,000 Apr. 19,1932
25,000 Apr. 26,1932
50,000 Apr. 27,1932
50,000
do
25,000 Apr. 28,1932
25,000 May 3,1932

2522
10958
12227
9314
5851
12317

Mar. 12,1881
Feb. 21,1917
Nov. 4,1921
Dec. 9,1908
Apr. 24,1901
Feb. 2,1923

125,000
300,000
200,000
100,000
25,000
25,000

385, 584
488,000
39,000
672, 400
62,000
14, 500

125,000
500,000
250, 000
100,000
25,000
25,000

May 10,1932
May 20,1932
May 21,1932
May 23,1932
May 24,1932
do

11929
9432
4528
8186
9509
11140
11461
1865

Jan.
Apr.
Feb.
Feb.
July
Jan.
July
Aug.

100,000
60,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
300,000
30,000
100,000

58, 500
104,000
259, 900
32, 750
51, 000
339,000
457,725
293, 350

100,000
100,000
60,000
25,000
50,000
300,000
450,000
50,000

do
May 25,1932
June 1,1932
do
June 2,1932
June 3,1932
June 7,1932
June 8,1932

15,1921
27,1909
13,1891
16,1906
21,1909
24,1918
7,1919
1,1871

Lawful
money
deposited

Circulation outstanding
at date
of failure

$309,400

$309,400

75, 440

75, 440

24,700

24, 700

24, 700
249,997

24, 700
249, 997

11, 960
50.000
198; 620
6,250

11,960
50,000
198,620
6,250

25, 000

25,000

'8,315

98, 315

238, 540

238, 540

25,000
25, 000

25,000
25, 000

100,000
96,160
49, 820
25,000
6,250

100,000
96,160
49, 820
25,000
6,250

400,000
49,340

400,000
49,340

Borrowed
money
(bills
payable,
rediscounts,
etc.) at
date of
failure
$3,392,874
49, 756
65,000
25,000
182,449
11,256
43, 886
719,457
100,000
100,000
75, 000
180,000
39, 227
140, 814
151, 226
29, 554
62, 028

Total
deposits
at date of
failure

$434, 087
112, 675
340,758
81,797
300, 484
2,786, 273

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p

I
o

266, 849
292, 506
2,005, 242
96, 520
144,340
84, 525

976, 609 1, 517,460
525,900
109, 683 '" 419,689
50,000
29,400
428, 557
74, 729
148,523
94,455
150,726
129,131
66,261
108, 947
300,000
1, 011, 964
148,174

o

463,480
381, 689
231,343
97, 201
404, 956
5,197,831
505, 612

H
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o

2038
2039
2040
2041
2042
2043
2044
2045
2046
2047
2048
2049
2050
2051
2052
2053
2054
2055
2056
2057
2058
2059
2060
2061
2062
2063
2064
2065
2066
2067
2068
2069

First National Bank, Jayton, Tex
Washington National Bank, New York, N. Y__.
First National Bank, Sutersville, Pa
First National Bank, Rock Falls, 111
Leominster National Bank, Leominster, Mass...
First National Bank, Sheffield, Iowa
Henderson National Bank, Henderson, Ky
New Jersey National Bank & Trust Co., Newark,
N. J
Holston National Bank, Elizabethton, Tenn.i...
Alliance National Bank, Chicago, 111 9
First National Bank, Arlington, Nebr.
First National Bank, Whitesburg, Ky
First National Bank, Etowah, Tenn
Bowmanville National Bank, Chicago, 111
First National Bank, Oneida, 111.9
Boonville National Bank, Boonville, Mo.
Hurley National Bank, Hurley, Wis
First American National Bank & Trust Co.,
Berwyn, 111
Columbia National Bank, Columbia Heights,
Minn
San Bernardino National Bank, San Bernardino,
Calif
Jefferson Park National Bank, Chicago, 111
National Bank of Milton, Milton, Iowa 9
Jackson Park National Bank, Chicago, 111
Standard National Bank, Chicago, 111.9
Ravenswood National Bank, Ravenswood, 111
First National Bank, Wilmette, 111
National Bank of Woodlawn, Chicago, 111
First National Bank, Martinsville, Ind_
First National Bank, Mesa, Ariz.9
Midland National Bank, Chicago, 111
..
South Ashland National Bank, Chicago, Ill.9___
Peoples National Bank & Trust Co., Chicago,

First National Bank, Maquoketa, Iowa...
First National Bank, Thompson, Iowa 4 9
First National Bank, Gardener, 111
_...
West Hollywood First National Bank, West
Hollywood, Calif
2074 Guernsey National Bank, Cambridge, Ohio 19..
2075 First National Bank, Willoughby, Ohio i
2076 First National Bank, Spartanburg, S. C._
See footnotes at end of table.
2070
2071
2072
2073




9845
13360
6270
6998
3204
12430
1615

Aug.
May
Mar.
Sept.
Apr.
Aug.
Nov.

3,1910
23,1929
20,1902
1,1903
9,1884
7,1923
21,1865

40, 000
500, 000
25, 000
25,000
150,000
40,000
100, 000

9912
10976
12001
4583
10433
9162
10237
10752
10915
11594

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

17,1910
6,1917
22,1921
26,1891
14,1913
27,1908
25,1912
5,1915
24,1916
30,1920

200,000
25, 000
200,000
50, 000
25,000
25,000
50, 000
35,000
75,000
50, 000

12426 July 31,1923

64,000]

100, 000

13114 July

53, 500
53, 250
465, 000
23, 200
966,000

1,472, 582 2, S00,000
do
52,000
50,000 June 14,1932
153, 500
200, 000 June 15,1932
44,000
25,000 June 17,1932
105, 500
50,000
do.
72, 500
50, 000 June 21,1932
314, 500
300,000
do
30, 450
35,000
do...
131, 250
200,000
do
66,000
50,000
do

25, 000

6,250

3818
10108
10243
12391
13372
10215
10828
11980
794
11130
13036
13253

Oct. 17,1887
Oct. 5,1911
Aug. 9,1912
M a y 25,1923
Aug. 26,1929
Apr. 30,1912
Feb. 3,1916
M a y 5,1921
Jan. 2,1865
Jan. 7,1918
Jan. 18,1927
Nov. 2,1928

100, 000
50,000
25, 000
200, 000
300, 000
50, 000
50, 000
300, 000
100,000
100,000
200,000
200,000

852, 000
289, 500
40, 750
32,000

13311
999
5054
9406

Apr.
Feb.
Dec.
Apr.

1,000,000
50,000
50, 000
25, COO

11025 June 21,1917
1942 Jan. 16,1872
11994 Apr. 26,1921

25,000
100,000
100, 000
60,000

June

5,1871

9,400

9,400

62,942

25,000
24,460
144, 000
39,700

25,000
24,460
144, 000
39, 700

27,000
66, 780
261,186
48, 550
236,900

1,026,600

1, 026, 600

147, 720
24,997
50, 000
49, 580
35, 000
24, 760
175,000
50,000

147, 720
24,997
50, 000
49, 580
35, 000
24, 760
175,000
50, 000

5,703,466
297,448
782, 826
30, 221
56,350
155, 297
605,117
27, 487
255,392
132,951

117, 600
49,533
366,351
357,803
1, 366, 833
250, 030
1,032, 681
7,946,632
688. 242
86, 685
499,860
380, 608
1, 668, 737
.95, 768
673, 634
413,811

175,000

6,1927

2,1929
20,1865
21,1896
21,1909

do
40,000
500,000 June 10,1932
25, 000
do._.
do.
50,000
150,000 June 11,1932
40, 000
do
200,000
do

_do_.

167,626

523, 530

25,000

.do..

92, 200

212, 519

187,100
632, 314
6,132
336, 694
30,000
21, 920
57, 560
407, 760
177, 234
55,840
192,679
20, 000

1,188, 300
1,141, 839
77,414
736, 519
232, 536
507, 939
895^ 084
1,344, 928
762, 539
376,468
439, 793
94, 732

100, 000
_do_.
300,000 June 25,1932
25, 000
do
200, 000
do.
300,000
do
200,000
do
150,000
do
300,000
.do.
100, 000 June 27,1932
100, 000
do
250,000
do
200,000 . . . . d o

99,100
74,400
7,000

99,100
74, 400
7,000

100,000

100,000

99, 700
100,000

99, 700
100,000

492,000 1, 000,000
-do414, 250
50,000 June 28,1932
208, 500
50,000
do
25, 000
39, 750
do

27,320
49, 340
24, 760

27, 320
49, 340
24,7

2, 061,344
166,119
59, 897
54, 431

3,729, 097
523,112
146,345
130, 878
182,866

299,997

41,800
51, &04
1,073,390
989. 617

" 108," 500
119, 500
114,000
706, 788
33,000

69, 625
241, 000
36, 500
1, 548,800

75,000
.do50,000 June 29,1932
do
100,000
500, 000 June 30,1932

299,9

2,023,106

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States to redeem circulation to October 31, 1933, circulation outstanding, borrowed money, and total deposits at date of failure—Continued
Organization

Name and location of bank

2077
2078
2079
2080
2081
2082
2083
2084
2085
2086

2090
2091
2092
2093
2094
2095
2096
2097
2100
2101
2102
2103
2104
2105
2106
2107
2108

Hyde Park-Kenwood National Bank, Chicago IllFirst National Bank, Tyndall, S. Dak 9
First National Bank in Kerman, Calif.
__.
Farmers National Bank in Vinton, Iowa.
_-.
First National Bank, Davidsville, Pa
-.
First National Bank, Riverside, 111
State National Bank in Terrell, Tex
First National Bank, Waynesboro, Miss
First National Bank in Aurora, 111
First National Bank & Trust Co., Chicago
Heights, 111
First National Bank, Burns, Oreg
State National Bank, Iowa Falls, Iowa 8
Pulaski National Bank, Pulaski, N. Y
First National Bank, Jenkins, Ky
Ross County National Bank, Chillicothe, Ohio._
Consolidated National Bank, Dubuque, Iowa.__
Peoples National Bank & Trust Co., Sullivan,
IndCommercial National Bank, Waterloo, Iowa
Clearfield National Bank, Clearfield, Pa
First National Bank, Enterprise, Ala.1 g
First National Bank, Artesia, Calif
Whitley National Bank, Corbin, K1yg.
City National Bank, Sumter, S. O. _~
Farmers National Bank, Wewoka, Okla
First National Bank, Thomasville, Ga
First National Bank, Sylacauga, Ala
Producers National Bank, Tulsa, Okla.1
Monroe National Bank, Monroe, N. Y
Spencer National Bank, Spencer, Ind
First National Bank, Leland, 111
Buchanan County National Bank, Independence, Iowa
_




Charter
no.

Date

Capital

Total
dividends
paid during existence as a
national
banking
association

Failures

Capital

Receiver
appointed

13235
6792
12584
13263
11407
12386
13287
13413
13655

Aug.
May
Aug.
Nov.
June
Apr.
Feb.
Dec.
July

1,1928
6,1903
26,1924
23,1928
19,1919
6,1923
26,1929
30,1929
28,1931

$500,000
25,000
25,000
75,000
25,000
50,000
100,000
25,000
200,000

$240,000
91, 277

5876
6295
7521
1496
10062
1172
2327

June
May
Aug.
July
June
May
Jan.

11,1901
31,1902
20,1904
3,1865
29,1911
9,1865
31,1876

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

256, 500
130, 000
156,500
276, 375
158, 250
1,058,000
1,300,000

200,000
50, 000
50,000
75, 000
75,000
150, 000
500,000

July 7,1932
.do.
do
July 11,1932
July 12,1932
July 14,1932
do

5392
2910
4836
6319
8063
9634
10129
8052
3767
7451
12042
7563
9715
7864

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

21,1900
16,1883
20,1892
21,1902
4,1906
22.1909
10,1912
10,1906
20,1887
10,1904
14,1921
19.1904
17.1910
15.1905

100,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
150,000
25,000
100,000
30,000
250,000
25,000
50,000
30,000

287,000
1, 239,993
788, 000
257,000
43, 750
44,250
189,000
92, 750
300, 500
91,132
72, 500
51,250
95,000
47,400

150,000
400,000
200,000
100, 000
50,000
25, 000
150,000
25,000
100,000
50,000
250,000
50,000
50,000
30,000

July 15,1932
July 18,1932
do
.do.
do
—
.....do
July 21,1932
July 22,1932
July 27,1932
do
do
July 28,1932
July 30,1932
Aug. 1,1932

13188 Mar. 15,1928

125, 000

6,000
18,000
6,250

$600,000 July 1,1932
40,000 July 2,1932
25,000
do
75,000
do
25, 000 July 6,1932
50,000
do
100,000
do
25, 000
do
200, 000
do

125,000

do..

Lawful
money
deposited

Circulation outstanding
at date
of failure

$25,000

$25,000

25,000
49, 280

25,000
49, 280

198, 200

198, 200

50,000
50,000
49,460

50,000
50,000
49,460

72,600
149,100
49, 700

72,600
149,100
49,700

97,6

97,660

197, 600

197,600

25, 000
24, 700

25,000
24,700

6,500
48, 860
48,077

6,500
48,860
48,077

34, 280

34,280

Borrowed
money
(bills
payable,
rediscounts,
etc.) at
date of
failure

Total
deposits
at date of
failure

$729,450 $3,133, 265
81, 400
302, 752
63,962
177, 823
119, 322
584, 961
12,800
119,415
46, 288
227, 890
66, 486
145, 041
105,609
462, 294
299, 558 2,602,460
325,879
148,699
30,155
222,000
64,395
298,520
921,350

912,123
128,123
385, 585
1,480, 573
217, 587
1,054,436
3,495,517

206,382
717,150
284, 245
127,204
69,723
82,029
202,022
29, 600
99,984
59,842
411,752
70, 500
82,880
31,140

1,165,325
4, 531,689
556, 907

233, 515

795,312

400,948
137, 718
1,674
669,769
208, 857
326, 850
425,243
588, 424
221,886

First National Bank in Sioux Rapids, Iowa
First National Bank, Adams, Minn__
First National Bank, Northwood, Iowa
Boise City National Bank, Boise, Idaho
First National Bank, Gulfport, Miss.1
First National Bank, Eldora, Iowa 8 9
First National Bank, Ackley, Iowa *
First National Bank, Aurora, 111.1
First National Bank, Mount Olive, 111.1
First National Bank & Trust Co., in Pontiac,
Mich.i
2120 National Bank of Union ville, Unionville, Mo
2121 First National Bank, Sevierville, Tenn. 9
2122 First National Bank, Silverton, Oreg 9
2123 First National Bank, Indianola, Iowa *
2124 First National Bank, Lawrenceville, 111.
2125 Twin City National Bank, Bluefield, Va
2127 First National Bank, Marengo,Ill
2128 Broadway National Bank, Chicago, 111.1
2129 Citizens National Bank, Indiana, Pa
2130 Parma National Bank, Parma, Idaho
2131 First National Bank, Northboro, Iowa
2132 First National Bank, Yukon, Pa
2134 American National Bank, Gillespie, 111.1
2135 Springfield National Bank, Springfield, Pa
2136 First National Bank, Cairnbrook, Pa_._
2138 First National Bank, Peetz, Colo.9
2139 First National Bank, Emporium, Pa
2140 First National Bank, Frazee, Minn
__.
2141 First National Bank, Letcher, S. Dak
2142 Central National Bank, Decatur, Ala.1
2143 Brown National Bank, Jackson, Minn
2145 First National Bank, Vincennes, Ind
2146 Andalusia National Bank, Andalusia, Ala
2147 Liberty National Bank, Dickson City, Pa
2148
Bank, Lewisville,
2149 First National Bank, Mazon, 111 Ind
First National
2150 First National Bank, Egan, S. Dak
2151 First National Bank, Story City, Iowa
2153 First National Bank, Gormania, W. Va. 1 .2154
National
Greensburg, Kans
2155 First National Bank, Scappoose, Oreg
Bank,
2156 First
2157 Homer City National Bank, Homer City, Pa
2158 First National Bank, Reynolds, Ga.°
2160 First National Bank, Palestine, 111
2161 First National Bank, Springfield, Oreg
1
2162 Mason town National Bank, Masontown, Pa. ...
1
2163 First National Bank, Portsmouth, Va.
United States National Bank, Deer Lodge, Mont.
See footnotes at end of table.
2109
2110
2111
2112
2113
2114
2115
2117
2118
2119




13400
8059
8373
3471
6188
5140
8762
38
7350

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

20.1906
9,1886
1.1902
22,1898
30.1907
20,1863
15.1904

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

12288
13268
12440
11106
1811
5385
7782
1870
12323
7993
11556
9015
12808
12314
13031
10704
11523
3255
7024
9188
10423
7797
1873
11955
12459
5526
10186
7252
9017
8751
10557
10992
8855
9615
8892
8941
6528
9300

Dec. 15,1922
Dec. 12,1928
Sept. 1,1923
Nov. 21,1917
Nov. 15.1870
Mjay 4,1900
M a y 13.1905
Aug. 8,1871
Nov. 25.1922
Nov. 27,1905
Oct. 11,1919
Jan. 17.1908
Aug. 8,1925
Feb. 2,1923
Jan. 12,1927
Nov. 21,1914
Oct. 27,1919
Sept. 23,1884
Oct. 2.1903
M a y 25,1908
July 10,1913
M a y 17,1905
July 15.1871
Apr. 9,1921
Oct. 24.1923
June 7,1900
Apr. 16,1912
Apr. 23,1904
Jan. 15,1908
Apr. 11,1907
June 5,1914
Apr. 17,1917
July 20,1907
Dec. 1.1909
July 23,1907
Oct. 9.1907
Nov. 19,1902
Dec. 9.1908
Nov. 9.1910

200,000
40, 000
60, 000
35,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
200, 000
50,000
25,000
25,000
30, 000
50,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
50, 000
25,000
25, 000
100,000
40, 000
100,000
200,000
100,000
25,000
35, 000
25,000
25,000
25, 000
25, 000
25,000
50,000
25,000
25, 000
25,000
25,000
100,000
50,000

11,1906

72,075
77, 750
793, 500
595, 750
265,000
116, 000
1,370,925
115, 200
446,000
22, 200
38, 500
272,000
23,750
338,000
67,000
28,750
11, 500
88,250
600
35,000
395,000
3,750
428,000
96,700
48, 750
154,500
50,398
672,000
128,000
18,000
81, 475
110, 000
47, 250
166,750
34,000
92, 475
13,000
51,000
45, 625
43, 500
35,050
229,000
345,000
160,500

50,000
30,000
50,000
375,000
400,000
50,000
50,000
300, 000
70,000

do
Aug. 8,1932
do
__.
Aug. 9,1932
do
Aug. 10,1932
do
Aug. 12,1932
do

do
600, 000
40, 000 Aug. 13,1932
do
60, 000
35,000 A u g . 15,1932
50,000 A u g . 20,1932
100,000 Aug. 22,1932
50,000
do
50,000 Aug. 29,1932
200,000 Sept. 7,1932
50,000 Sept. 12,1932
25,000
do
25,000 Sept. 16,1932
30, 000 Sept. 20,1932
50, 000 Sept. 22,1932
50, 000
do
25, 000 Sept. 23,1932
25, 000 Sept. 24,1932
200,000 _ ..do
30,000 Sept. 26,1932
25,000 Sept. 27,1932
200,000 Oct. 1,1932
40, 000 Oct. 3,1932
200, 000
do
200,000 Oct. 5,1932
100, 000 Oct. 6,1932
35, 000 Oct. 8,1932
50, 000
do
25, 000 Oct. 10,1932
75, 000 .._. do
..
25, 000 Oct. 11,1932.
40, 000 Oct. 12,1932
25,000 Oct. 18,1932
50,000
25,000 . do
25,000 Oct.do20,1932
25, 000
do
100,000
300,000 Oct. 24,1932
do
100,000!
Oct. 25,1932

49,100
29, 520
49,700
248,080

49,100
29,520
49, 700
248,080

35,720
24,820

35, 720
24,820

(10)

39, 700

373,180
39, 700

24, 700

24,700

50,000
49,100
12,500

50,000
49,100
12,500

48,796
82,396
35, 610
181,149
2, 319,135
48,300
93,200
555, 000
199, 841
5, 353, 850
19,000
41,180
40,138
90, 315
106,915
46, 534
92,439

50,000

50,000

25,666

25,000

24, 460

24, 460

197,117
29,700
25,000

197,117
29, 700
25, 000

25, 000
19,980
200,000
24,160
19,820
50, 000
25,000
74, 997

25, 000
19,980
200,000
24,160
19, 820
50,000
25,000
74, 997

9,820
23,920
48, 920
24, 340
12, 500
6,250

9,820
23,920
48, 920
24, 340
12, 500
6,250

76,168
37, 850
45,394
40,250
146, 283
31, 966
71,000
44, 000
163, 933
37,500
37, 794
292,089
72, 532
465, 074
459,529
125, 820
59,436
37, 625
53, 295
81,750
71, 534
111,484
32, 364
30, 610
43,354
31,915
14,500

12, 500

12, 500

301,327
147, 525

155, 510
283, 692
197, 957
2, 365, 834
371,924
376, 739

90,295
223,140
218,230
365,052
596, 472
89,066
535,967
705, 941
83; 048
111,127
76,847
85, 505
207, 581
34,768
1,180, 669
309, 972
63, 288
143, 272
899, 703
769, 705
282,243
207,054
74,687
96, 540
407,206
158, 781
105, 379
433,152
73, 729
198,727
90,298
421,439

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States to redeem circulation to October 31, 1986, circulation outstanding, borrowed money, and total deposits at date of failure—Continued C
Organization

Name and location of bank

2164

2165
2166
2168
2169
2170
2171
2172
2173
2174
2175
2176
2177
2178
2179
2181
2182
2183
2185
2186
2187
2188
2189
2190
2191
2192
2193
2194
2195
2196
2198
2199

McDowell County National Bank, Welch,
W . Va.i 9
Schmelz National Bank, Newport News, V a . 1 . .
National Citizens Bank, Lake Benton, M i n n . . .
First National Bank, Flandreau, S. Dak
First National Bank, St. Francis, K a n s . .
_
Farmers National Bank, Gonzales, Tex__
_.
Diamond National Bank, Pittsburgh, Pa
Dawson City National Bank, Dawson, Ga. 9
Park National Bank, Sulphur, Okla__
First National Bank, Allen, Okla.*
Duquesne National Bank, Pittsburgh, P a
Shawnee National Bank, Shawnee, Okla_
__
First National Bank, McLoud, Okla
United States National Bank & Trust Co., Kenosha, Wis
Tecumseh National Bank, Tecumseh, Okla
First National Bank, Ocean City, N . J
Painesville National Bank, Paiuesville, Ohio *__.
Granville National Bank, Granville, N . Y.i«.__
First National Bank, Dillwyn, V a . i 9
Ayers National Bank, Jacksonville, 111
City National Bank, Georgetown, Tex
First National Bank, Webster City, Iowa
Belmont National Bank, Belmont, Ohio *
Gadsden National Bank, Gadsden, Ala
First National Bank, Lincoln, Ala.9__
First National Bank, Woodlake, Calif
First National Bank, E p h r a t a , Wash.9
First National Bank, Faulkton, S. D a k
Reno National Bank, Reno, Nev
First National Bank, Winnemucca, Nev
Public National Bank & Trust Co., Houston,
Tex.i
Merchants National Bank, Wadena, Minn




Charter
no.

Date

Capital

Total
dividends
paid during existence as a
national
banking
association

9071
11028
6696
5854
11857
8392
2236
6496
9046
9620
2278
5115
6660

Feb.
June
Mar.
May
Sept.
Sept.
Mar.
Sept.
Feb.
Nov.
May
Mar.
Mar.

20.1908
25,1917
16,1903
29.1901
18,1920
13.1906
22,1875
11.1902
3,1908
24.1909
25,1875
1,1898
2,1903

$100,000
200,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
200,000
65,000
25,000
25,000
200,000
50,000
25,000

$567,000
282, 000
41,000
111, 285
35,000
186, 500
3, 700,333
254,500
59,800
61,750
2, 236,500
720,000
102, 750

12351
10304
6060
2842
4985
11480
5763
12680
1874
6391
8560
10131
10309
11247
10961
8424
3575

Mar.
Dec.
Oct.
July
Jan.
Sept.
Mar.
Apr.
Aug.
July
Jan.
Jan.
Dec.
Aug.
Feb.
Oct.
Sept.

31,1923
14,1912
23,1901
26,1882
30,1895
11,1919
25.1901
6,1925
10,1871
26.1902
25.1907
23,1912
7,1912
26,1918
19,1917
20.1908
27,1886

100,000
25,000
50,000
200,000
50,000
50,000
200,000
50,000
50,000
25,000
125,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
500, 000
50,000

134,000
25, 250
463,000
504, 500
158,750

23,000
1, 363,500
939,660

300,000
50,000

129,499
349,750

12055 N o v . 7,1921
4916 M a y 15,1893

978,000
7,000
517, 715
35,875
151,875
16,500
12,000

Failures

Capital

Receiver
appointed

$250.000 Oct. 25,1932
400, 000 Oct. 27,1932
25,000 Oct. 28,1932
40,000 N o v . 3,1932
do
25,000
100, 000 N o v . 4,1932
600,000 N o v . 14,1932
100,000
do
25,000
25,000 ..-..do
500,000 N o v . 15,1932
150,000 -..do
25,000
do
200,000
25, 000
300,000
150,000
50, 000
50,000
500,000
50,000
100,000
25,000
125,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25, 000
700,000
200,000

Lawful
money
deposited

Circulation outstanding
at date
of failure

Borrowed
money
(bills
payable,
rediscounts,
etc.) at
date of
failure

400,000
44,
83, 437
51, 760
120, 218
1, 500, 350
294, 689

$24, 760
39,700

$24, 760
39, 700

97, 240
295, 320
100,000
25, 000

97, 240
295, 320
100,000
25, 000

493, 33'
50,000
7,000

493, 337
50,000
7,000

2, 285,844
62, 585

175,000
25, 000
300,000

175,000
25,000
300,000

737, 629
15,492
92, 593
83,934
137, 536
4,020, 537
1,592, 412
3,265
509,051

492, 740

492, 740

"1667666

100,000

2,1932

67,500
24,760
7,000

67, 500
24, 760
7,000

Dec. 8,1932
Dec. 9,1932
Dec. 10,1932

665,000
82,000

665,000
82,000

287,142
19, 312
965, 408
191,000
172, 60:
26,156
742,146
49,088
91,613
27,038
199,999
39, 683
10,000
35,843
67,942
3, 261, 216
204,610

800,000 Dec. 13,1932
100,000 Dec. 16,1932

49, 760

49,76

3,051,013
93, 201'

N o v . 18,1932
d

N o v . 21,1932
....do-.
—.do
—do
N o v . 30,1932
Dec. 1,1932
d
do
Dec.

Total
deposits
at date of
failure

do.

3

$188,910
263,834
228,479
366, 917
9, 605, 721
162,938
156.072
106, 313
4,096, 735
1,935, 232
95,325
895, 548
275, 283
1, 629,885

5, 090,458
87,167
489, 542

d
3

First National Bank, Motley, Minn
I
First National Bank, Fort Gaines, Ga
|
Allenwood National Bank, Allenwood, Pa.i 9
First National Bank, Chester, W. Va
First National Bank, Marshfield, Wis
First National Bank, Iowa Falls, Iowa
Mills County National Bank, Glenwood, Iowa..
First National Bank, Rocksprings, Tex
Citizens National Bank, Glenwood Springs, Colo.9
First National Bank, Ortonville, Minn
First National Bank, Hermosa Beach, Calif
Winder National Bank, Winder, Ga
First National Bank, Centerline, Mich
First National Bank, Russiaville, Ind
Putnam National Bank, Palatka, Fla
First National Bank, Herrin, 111
Third National Bank, Mount Vernon, 111
First National Bank, George, Iowa 4 9 4 9
First National Bank, Englewood, Kans.
First National Bank, Monrovia, Ind
Citizens Security National Bank, Sisseton,
S. Dak
2221 First National Bank, Ellwood City, Pa
2222 First National Bank, Fowler, Kans
2223 First National Bank, Greenfield, 111
i
2224 First National Bank, St. Marys, Kans
2225 First National Bank, Yale, Mich
2226 First National Bank, Sodus, N . Y
2227 First National Bank, Anna, 111
2228 First National Bank, Littleton, Colo
2229 St. Louis National Bank, St. Louis, Mo
2230 First National Bank, Maryville, Tenn
2231 Jackson National Bank in Jackson, Minn
2232 First National Bank in Mamaroneck. N. Y
2233 Liberty National Bank, Marine City, Mich
2234 First National Bank, Algonac, Mich
2235 Arlington National Bank, Arlington, Oreg
2236 First National Bank, Wheaton, 111
2237 Snell National Bank, Winter Haven, Fla.i» 9
2238 Twelfth Street National Bank, St. Louis, Mo. __
2239 Farmers National Bank, Taylorville, 111
2241 First National Bank, Madison, Nebr
2242 First National Bank, Buffalo Center, Iowa 9
2244 California National Bank, Sacramento, Calif
2246 Commercial National Bank, Columbus, Nebr___
2247 First National Bank, Morristown, Tenn
2248 First National Bank, Statesvffle, N . C
2249 Chelsea-Second National Bank & Trust Co.,
Atlantic City, N . J
2251 First National Bank, Manilla, Iowa
First National Bank, Craig, Nebr
2252
See footnotes at end of table.

2200
2201
2202
2203
2204
2205
2208
2207
2208
2209
2210
2211
2212
2213
2214
2215
2216
2217
2218
2219
2220




7764
6002
11593
6!
4573
3252
1862
11634
6957
6459
12209
10805
13240
5524
4813
5303
5689
9910
9097
6354

May 13,1905
Oct. 3,1901
Nov. 27,1919
Oct. 9,1903

May 18,1891
Aug. 28,1884
Aug. 11,1871
Feb. 27,1920
Sept. 9,1903
Oct. 4,1902
Mar. 10,1922
Oct. 16,1915
Aug. 28,1928
June 23,1900
Oct. 22,1892
Apr. 11,1900
Tan. 12,1901
Dec. 5,1910
Mar. 21,1908
Apr. 25,1902

25,000
30,000
25, 000
50,000
50, 000
50,000
65,000
35,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
100, 000
50,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
25, 000
25,000

69,000
107, 650
4,000
55, 500
285, 550
311, 500
541,125
7,000
118, 500
92, 500
19, 500
181, 000
163,375
297, 000
316, 250
521, 542
24, 000
49, (100
44, 400

25,000 .....do
50,000 Dec. 19,1932
25,000 Dec. 22,1932
do
50,000
do
150, 000
50,000 Dec. 27,1932
do
65, 000
35,000 Dec. 28,1932
50,000 Dec. 29,1932
do
50, 000
do
50,000
100,000 Dec. 30,1932
50,000 . . . . . d o
25,000
.do.
100,000 Dec. 31,1932
do._
50,000
150, 000 Jan. 3,1933
25,000 Jan. 4,1933
25,000 . . . . . d o
30,000 Jan. 5,1933

1,1887
20,1898
18,1906
17,1899
4,1886
8,1887

50, 000
100, 000
25, 000
55, 000
50,000
35,000
30,000
50,000
25,000
200,000
50,000
40,000
150,000
50, 000
30,000
50,000
25, 000
30,000
300, 000
100,000
50,000
50, 000
1,000, 000
50, 000
50, 000
50,000

221,000
320, 000
138,000
2, 982, 771
214, 000
477, 500
309, 732

do
50, 000
125,000 Jan. 10,1933
do
25,000
55,000 . . . . . d o
50,000 Jan. 12,1933
40,000 . . . . . d o
60,000
do.
50,000 . . . . . d o
25,000
do
200, 000 Jan. 13,1933
100, 000
do.
40,000 Jan. 16,1933
250,000
do
50,000 Jan. 17,1933
do.
30,000
25,000 Jan. 19,1933
do
50, 000
do
200,000
do
300,000
do
100,000
100,000 Jan. 20,1933
.do.
50,000
2,000,000 Jan. 21,1933
50, 000 Jan. 24,1933
100, 000 Jan. 25,1933
100,000 Jan. 27,1933

5884 May 20,1901
5873 June 14,1901
9591 Oct. 25,1909

100,000
25,000
25,000

691,000
51, 250
66, 750

600,000
..do..
25,000 Jan. 30,1933
25,000
do

6395
4818
9595
8473
3374
5482
9418
4449
7533
12216
10542
13269
13592
11260
12944
3918
9368
10379
12491
5410
3773
5154
8504
5180
3432
3682

Aug. 18,1902
Oct. 22,1892
Oct. 28,1909
Nov. 28,1908
July 29,1885
June 8,1900
Apr. 17,1909
Sept. 13,1890
Dec. 9,1904
June 1,1922
Mar. 21,1914
Dec. 26,1928
Jan. 15,1932
Oct. 7,1918
Feb. 24,1926
June 28,1888
Mar. 6,1909
Apr. 22,1913
Jan. 12,1924

May 18,1900
Aug.
Oct.
Dec.
Jan.
Jan.
Feb.

173,000
341,025
59, 500
148, 500
205, 250
107, 550
99, 600
299, 250
90, 500
44,000
127,175
5,200
73,000
5,700
102, 350
129,000
252,100

24, 700

24, 700

4,900
50, 000
147,180
49, 580
41, 250

4,900
50,000
147,180
49,580
41, 250

25,000
49, 640
96, 580

25, 000
49, 640
96, 580

"24," 695
49,460
49, 695
100, 000
24, 640

""24*695
49, 460
49,695
100, 000
24, 640

24,760

24, 760

39, 760
100, 000
24, 640
15,000
50, 000
40, 000
60, 000
48,800
25,000
96, 520
96, 520

39, 760
100,000
24, 640
15, 000
50, 000
40, 000
60,000
48,800
25,000
96, 520
96, 520

49. 700
34,100
19, 280

49, 700
34,100
19, 280

24,700

24, 700

292,440
292,440
100,000
100,000
63, 980
63, 980
49, 997
49, 997
1, 701, 580 1, 701, 580
49, 640
49, 640
75,000
75,000
100,000
100,000
300,000
25, 000
24, 700

300, 000
25,000
24, 700

24, 503
54,046
17,894
86,184
260,495
14,050
80, 734
42, 286
95,000
69,190
38, 330
98, 666
10,000
21, 469
291, r
108,088
43, 439
57,877
10, 525

76,411
41,728
282, 302
1,041,644
278,645
277, 219
36, 726
411, 533
545,910
222, 417
220,005
230, 634
85,834
1,082, 700
1,164, 608
2, 317,165
148, 583
39, 404
105,924

198, 280
89, 577
864, 029
447,849
79,143
41, 595
455, 666
21, 500
169, 323
67, 639
304,892
31,951
589, 428
273,150
645,518
122,481
325,113
31, 482
473,029
1, 265,769
146,800
573,249
64, 239
205, 704
1,410, 856 1,944,442
97, 388
423, 629
63, 085
205,709
29, 262
91, 820
114,042
452, 759
136,445
351,160
853, 966
106, 695 1, 288,085
207, 688
355,238
20,243
71,163
2,119,977 11, 258, 781
67, 571
368,128
262, 262 1,028,225
168,800
421, 555
4, 575,657
26,642
61, 755

5,439, 556
156, 792
94, 349

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States to redeem circulation to October 31, 1936, circulation outstanding, borrowed money, and total deposits at date of failure—Continued 00
Total

Organization
Name and location of bank

Atlantic City National Bank, Atlantic City, N. J.
First National Bank, Steelville, Mo
_.
City National Bank, Oshkosh, Wis
First National Bank, Roodhouse, 111.'
First National Bank, Leigh, Nebr
_.
Lincoln Park National Bank, Lincoln Park,
Mich
2260 First National Bank, Heppner, Oreg
2261 Farmers & Stock Growers National Bank, Heppner, Oreg...
2262 Pleasantville National Bank, Pleasantville, N . J.
First National Bank, Ridgway, 111...
_.
2263
2264 First National Bank, Secor, 111
Citizens & Security National Bank, St. James,
2265
Minn
_..
2266 Nokomis National Bank, Nokomis, 111
_.
2267 First National Bank, North Bend, Nebr
2268 First National Bank, Lumberton, Miss
1
2270 Citizens National Bank, Irwin, Pa.
2271 Union National Bank, Fremont, Nebr.
2272 Ashland National Bank, Ashland, Wis
2273 Northern National Bank, Ashland, Wis
2274 Bozeman Waters National Bank, Poseyville,
Ind.i 9
2277 Sunrise National Bank & Trust Co., Baldwin,
N. Y
2278 First National Bank, Oceanside, Calif9 4
2279 First National Bank, Carlsbad, Calif. 9
2280 First National Bank, LeSueur, Minn.
2281 Citizens National Bank, New Brunswick, N . J . .
1
2282 McDaniel National Bank, Springfield, Mo.
2284 First National Bank, Avon-by-the-Sea, N. J.i___.
2285 Commercial National Bank, Washington, D. C
2287 Smith National Bank, St. Edward, Nebr_
First National Bank, Rockport, Ind. 9
2253
2254
2255
2256
2257
2259




Charter
no.

2527
8914
9347
8637
9831

Date

Capital

dividends
paid during existence as a
national
banking
association

Failures

Capital

24,1881
31,1907
9,1909
27,1907
12,1910

$50,000
25, 000
200,000
50, 000
50,000

$1, 503,860
71, 500
602,400
90, 750
184,000

$300, 000
25, 000
300,000
50,000
50, 000

12999 July 3,1926
3774 July 26,1887

100, 000
50, 000

239,404

100, 000
100, 000

11007
12510
9439
6007

Apr. 28,1917
Feb. 20,1924
M a y 7,1909
Oct. 21,1901

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

24,1903
9,1872
8.1883
25,1900
16,1900
12,1884
3.1884
20,1886

8149 Mar. 15,1906

7021
1934
3059
5613
5255
3188
3196
3067

13062
8069
13049
7199
12468
10074
12422
7446
5793
6194

Mar.
July
Jan.
Mar.
Oct.

Sept.
June
Sept.
Sept.
Jan.
May
May
Nov.

Apr.
Dec.
Mar.
Mar.
Aug.
Aug.
July
Oct.
Apr.
Apr.

5,1927
21,1905
5,1927
9,1904
7,1923
11,1911
23,1923
18,1904
23,1901
3,1902

Receiver
appointed

Jan. 30,1933
do
Jan. 31,1933
Feb. 1,1933
Feb. 2,1933

$296,100
6,250
200,000
50,000
37, 200

of failure

Borrowed
money
(bills
payable,
rediscounts,
etc.) at
date of
failure

Total
deposits
at date of
failure

$296,100 $3, 662, 258 $7,674,055
6,250
41,000
209,308
200,000
110, 000 2, 679,849
50, 000
266,088
37, 200
236, 786
82, 529

_..

100, 000
25, 000

100,000
25, 000

87, 096
60, 774

279,652
305,040

12, 500
14,000
26, 750
50, 250

50, 000
..do..
100, 000 Feb. 4,1933
25,000
do
25,000 Feb. 6,1933

100,000
25, 000
25,000

100, 000
25, 000
25,000

25, 641
122, 669
10, 500
48,451

87,997
288,891
73,144
99,154

25,000
50,000
50,000
25,000
50, 000
60,000
50,000
100,000

140, 900
480, 925
171, 500
207,000
323, 500
422, 420
406, 500
651,000

80, 000 .....do
75,000 Feb. 9,1933
50, 000
do
50,000
do
100, 000 Feb. 10,1933
150, 000 Feb. 13,1933
100,000
do
100,000
do

50, 000
75,000
49,400
49,100

50, 000
75,000
49,400
49,100
149, 280
99,400
99,100

50,000

106, 500

d
O

o

O
O

298, 421
674,399
145,369
305, 253

149,280
99, 400
99,100

119, 986
156, 658
27.207
97,089
102, 200
85, 648
205,879
198, 483

75,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
250,000
100,000
25,000
300,000
25,000
35,000

79, 950
50, 500
20, 000
325,000
1, 996, 250
62, 652
54,775

50,000

do
.do..

Lawful
money
deposited

Circulation outstanding
at date

..do..

67,705

100,000 Feb. 14,1933
100,000 Feb. 15,1933
do
25,000
25,000
250,000
300,000
50,000
1,000,000
50,000
35,000

6,320
Feb. 16,1933
Feb. 17,1933
Feb. 27,1933
Feb. 28,1933
M a r . 3,1933
....do..

525,264
1, 515,954
998,004

6,320

984,400
25,000
35,000

984,400
25,000
35,000

299,645
235,683
427, 361
141, 634
89, 557
10, 645
284,451
68.208
931,445
671,691
981, 500
86,000
2, 953,219 10,147, 364
244,166
77,100
175,958

o
F

B

I

2289
2290
2291
2292
2293
2294
2295
2296
2297
2298
2299
2300
2301
2302
2303
2304
2306
2307
2308
2310
2311
2312
2313
2314
2315
2316
2317
2318
2320
2322
2323
2324
2325
2326
2327
2328

2329
2331
2335
2336
2337
2338
2339

Liberty National Bank, Pawhuska, Okla.i 8
National Exchange Bank, Chester, S. CA_
First National Bank, The Dalles, Oreg
First National Bank, Hampstead, Md. 5
Continental National Bank, Indianapolis, Ind. 1 -.
Broad Street National Bank, Red Bank, N. J.7_.
Cherokee National Bank, St. Louis, Mo. 7
American National Bank, Rushville, Ind. 6
Central National Bank, Oakland, Calif.7
Guardian National Bank of Commerce, Detroit,
Mich. 7
.._
First National Bank, Detroit, Mich. 7
First National Bank of Kitzmillerville, Kitzmiller, Md. 7
..
First National Bank, Massillon, Ohio 7 .
._.
Citizens National Bank, Greenville, Tenn. 7
7
First National Bank, Silverton, Tex.
Citizens National Bank, Frostburg, Md. 7
Citizens National Bank, Richmond, Ky. 5
...
Britton & Koontz National Bank, Natchez,
Miss.7
National Loan & Exchange Bank, Columbia,
S. C.7
City National Bank, Huntington Park, Calif.7—
First National Trust & Savings Bank, Chico.
Calif.7
First National Bank, Garden City, Kans. 7
First National Bank, Franklin, N . Y.7
Pelham National Bank, Pelham, N . Y.7
Douglaston National Bank, New York, N . Y. 7 ..
First National Bank in Lott, Tex.7 • *_
__..
First National Bank, Augusta, Kans. 7
First National Bank, Kingfisher, Okla.e
First National Bank, Farnhamville, Iowa 7 fl
First National Bank, Rialto, Calif.7..__
_.
Athol National Bank, Athol, Mass. 7 .
First National Bank, Everly, Iowa 7
Brasher FallslNational Bank, Brasher Falls,
N. Y.7
Millers River National Bank, Athol, Mass.7
MountfHolly National Bank, Mount Holly,
N. J.7_
Larchmont National Bank & Trust Co., Larchmont, N . Y.7
Central National Bank, Spartanburg, S. C. r
First National Bank, Burnside, Ky. 7
Millersville National Bank, Millersville, Pa. 7 ...
Citizens National Bank, Mulberry, Ind. 7
First National Bank, Hoopeston, 111.7
_
First National Bank, Albany, Oreg.7
First National Bank, Clinton ville, Wis.7

See footnotes at end of table.




11314
8471
3441
9755
9537
11553
12643
12420
9502

Feb.
Dec.
Dec.
Apr.
July
Nov.
Feb.
July
Aug.

5,1919
4,1906
28,1885
13,1910
20,1909
19,1919
9,1925
28,1923
4,1909

8703 Apr. 24,1907
10527 Apr. 22,1914
8302
216
13482
8816
4926
7653

June
Jan.
July
June
May
Feb.

25,1906
8,1864
11,1930
13,1907
24,1893
8,1905

100,000
100,000
50,000
25,000
400,000
100,000
200,000
100,000
1,000,000

56, 000
185,000
508, 500
62,000
402, 000
130, 500
29,000
49,000
2,027, 750

100,000
100,000
200,000
50,000
400, 000
150, 000
200,000
100,000
1,200,000

M a r . 8,1933
M a r . 9,1933
M a r . 10,1933
.....do
Apr. 8,1933
Apr. 15,1933
Apr. 22,1933
Apr. 25,1933
May 8,1933

6,032, 500 10,000,000 May 11,1933
750,000
do
:..
5, 000, 000 15, 664,708 25,000,000
25,000
175,000
75,000
30,000
50,000
100,000

25, 250
1, 514, 500
6,000
58,184
180, 500
182,000

25, 000
300, 000
75,000
30,000
50,000
100, 000

May 19,1933
May 23,1933
June 3,1933
June 5,1933
June 8,1933
June 26,1933

100, 000 July

1,1933

12537 Apr. 30,1924

100,000

30, 000

4,1903
6,1926

500,000
100,000

895, 030
13,000

500, 000 July 5,1933
125, 000 July 13,1933

8,1907
16,1885
24,1863
18,1921
21,1927
17,1932
9,1903
25,1900
6,1920
3,1906
6,1874
17,1905

50,000
50,000
63, 000
50, 000
100,000
25,000
25, 000
25,000
40,000
25,000
100, 000
25,000

168, 500
224, 500
313,041
57, 000

150, 000
50, 000
50,000
200,000
100,000
25, 000
75, 000
25, 000
40, 000
75,000
100,000
25, 000

10943 Oct. 16,1916
708 Dec. 15,1864

25.000
150,000

25, 250
1,080, 750

1,1865

100,000

571,000

100,000

151, 000
943,000
55, 500
14,000
48,000
505,314
608,400
190, 220

200,000
400,000
25, 000
25, 000
50,000
100,000
125,000
100,000

6871 July
12988 Aug.
8798
3448
282
11951
13115
13647
6643
5328
11907
8768
2172
7828

July
Nov.
Dec.
Mar.
June
Nov.
Feb.
Apr.
Dec.
July
Mar.
June

1356 June
6019
4996
8903
9259
10234
2808
2928
6273

Oct. 28,1901
Apr. 17,1895
Aug. 10,1907
Apr. 10,1908
Apr. 26,1912
Sept. 26,1882
Apr. 4,1883
May 19,1902

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

120, 500
82,000
55, 600
128,000
229, 000
79, 500

July 18,1933
July 21,1933
do
do
do.
July 25,1933
July 27,1933
do.
July 28,1933
Aug. 2,1933
Aug. 3,1933
do

25,000
do
150,000 Aug. 4,1933
do
Aug. 5,1933
Aug. 8,1933
"ido.
Aug. 15,1933
do
do
Aug. 16,1933
do

12,862
194,033
637,810
70,498
110, 000
615,482
491,147
110,715
5,692

9,009
464, 697
1, 507,174
769,103

100,000
91, 660
44, 040

100, 000
91, 660
44,040

24,820
1,149, 900

24, 820
1,149, 900

4, 844, 240
9,35i,r-

5,146 113,966,273
4, 844, 240
9,351, 060 16, 250,000 398, 798, 006

23,430
281, 460
75,000
7,260
49, 580

23,430
281,460
75, 000
7,260
49, 580

67,380

100,000

I

67,380

100,000

1,839, 891
1,119, 733
468,374
19,807,968

10,140
575,063
651, 237
103,232
232, 539
61,129

204, 918
2, 391, 485
651,311
87,518
1,136,028
522, 928

451, 913

390,000

390,000

150, 000
12, 500
50,000

150, 000
12, 500
50,000

75, 000
24, 520
40, 000
50,000
99,200
25,000

75, 000
24, 520
40, 000
50,000
99,200
25,000

24, 220
150, 000

24, 220
150,000

1, 516,078

837, 585
142,482

2, 282, 965
635,961

260,662
145,835
174, 654
1,261,411
84,873
48, 241
146,334
64, 580
289,187
267,053
18,93"

2, 252,104
425,628
365, 282
1, 274,413
196,114
70, 846
522, 520
232,482
109, 010
378, 564
1,383. 568
215, 390

156, 563
221,521

187,183
1,184, 111

3

100,000

100,000

239,346

200,000
385, 560
25,000
25,000
49,400
65,000
100,000
100,000

200,000
385, 560
25,000
25,000
49,400
65,000
100,000
100,000

1,066,494
1,228,806
10,063
71,229
11,946
161, 36'
209,945
194,092

o
O

E
3

W
O

279,282
1, 509, 586
2,383, 566
87, 626
442,080
174,650
586, 550
569, 447
1,369,696

to

CO
CD

TABLE N O . 33.—National hanks in charge of receivers during year ended October 31, 1986, dates of organization and appointment of receivers,
capital at date of organization and at date of failure, dividends paid while solvent, lawful money deposited with Treasurer of the United O
States to redeem circulation to October 31, 1936, circulation outstanding, borrowed money, and total deposits at date of failure—Continued
Organization

Name and location of bank

2340
2341
2342
2344
2345
2346
2347
2348
2349
2350
2351
2352
2353
2354
2355
2356
2357
2358
2359
2360
2361
2362
2363
2364
2366
2367
2369
2371
2374
2377
2378
2380
2381
2382

First National Bank, Mebane, N. C.7
First National Bank, Oakley, Kans. 7
Rockland National Bank, Rockland, Maine " 7
Montezuma Valley National Bank, Cortez, Colo. First National Bank, Gig Harbor, Wash.7 «
South Side National Bank, St. Louis, Mo. 7
First National Bank, Eutaw, Ala.77
First National Bank, Verona, Pa.
Citizens National Bank, Monticello, Ky. 7
First National Bank, Dunkirk, Ohio. 7 7
Peoples National Bank, Seymour,7 Mo.
First National Bank, Ellis, Kans. 7 ..
First National Bank, Oberlin, La.
First National Bank, Fairmont, N . C.7
Maple Shade-National Bank, MapleShade.N. J.7_
Union and Peoples National Bank, Jackson,
Mich.7
First National Bank, Haverhill, Mass.7
Essex National Bank, Haverhill, Mass. 7
First National Bank, Lebanon, Ind. 7
First National Bank, Louisa, Va.7 7
First National Bank, Lorimor, Iowa 7
First National Bank, Clearfield, Iowa
National Bank of Commerce, Amariilo, Tex.1 9
Prairie Depot National Bank, Freeport, Ohio i _
First National Bank, Peru, Ind. 7
First National Bank, Clay Center, Kans. 7
First National Bank & Trust Co., Baraboo, Wis.7First National Bank, Waynoka, Okla.7
First National Bank, Adams, Nebr. 7 7
First National Bank, Hicksville, Ohio
7
First National Bank, Elmore, Ohio 7
First National Bank, Kansas, Ohio 7
First National Bank at Pontiac, Mich.
First National Bank, Hart, Mich.7




Charter
no.

Date

11697
10041
1446
9100
1305'
13264
3931
4877
6419
6628
9932
10987
11324
12009
12428

M a y 25,1911
June 24,1865
Feb. 26.1908
Jan. 26,1927
Dec. 5,1928
Oct. 5,1888
Feb. 24,1893
Sept. 2.1902
Feb.
9.1903
Jan. 19,1911
Apr. 17,1917
Mar. 11,1919
Aug. 19.1921
June 27,1923

1533
481
589
2057
10968
12248
9549
6865
11216
363
3072
3609
9709
9223
4867
6770
11598
13600
6727

June 28,1865
June 23,1864
Nov. 7,1864
Aug. 30,1872
Mar. 24.1917
Aug. 7,1922
Aug. 19.1909
June 26,1903
July 17.1918
1,1864
Jan.
Nov. 1,1883
Dec. 8,1886
Mar. 7,1910
Aug. 14,1908
Feb. 14,1893
2,1903
Apr.
Sept. 11.1919
Feb. 26,1932
Apr. 14,1903

Apr. 14.1920

Capital

Total
dividends
paid during existence as a
national
banking
association

Failures

Capital

Receiver
appointed

Lawful
money
deposited

Circulation outstanding
at date
of failure

$15,000
95, 700
1,156, 500
108, 600
1,125
315, 000
407, 500
493, 500
86,000
30, 000
19,050
5,000
23, 500
20,400
1,000

$50,000
40, 000
150, 000
30,000
25,000
600, 000
100,000
200,000
25, 000
50,000
25,000
50, 000
25, 000
40,000
50,000

Aug. 16,1933
Aug. 18,1933
do
do
do..
Aug. 19,1933
Aug. 23,1933
.do.
_do_.
..do..
..do..
..do..
..do..
.do..
.-do..

$24, 550
10,000
149,100
30, 000
24, 460
197, 500
99,995
50,000
25,000
50,000
23, 000

$24, 550
10,000
149,100
30, 000
24,460
197, 500
99, 995
50, 000
25, 000
50, 000
23,000

100,000 1,306, 763
200,000 1, 321, 500
100,000
495,000
100,000
555,515
50,000
41, 521
35,000
9,800
25,000
69, 250
75,000
25,000
4,250
75,000 1, 699, 750
50,000
235, 625
50,000
243, 884
25,000
31, 500
25,000
100,000
50,000
132,109
25,000
43,449
25,000
5,500
500,000
30,000 """98," 747

700,000
200,000
100, 000
100,000
75,000
35, 000
25,000
150,000
25,000
100,000
50,000
150, 000
25,000
50,000
50,000
37, 500
25,000
500,000
75,000

Aug. 24,1933
Aug. 29,1933
do
do
Aug. 30,1933
Sept. 5,1933
do.
do
do
Sept. 6,1933
.do.
Sept. 11,1933
Sept. 12,1933
.do.
Sept. 13,1933
do
do
do
Sept. 14,1933

700, 000
199,997
100,000
100,000

700, 000
199,997
100, 000
100,000

35,000
6,250

35,000
6,250

100, 000
50, 000
150,000
6,500
10, 000
49,640
10, 000
25, 000
500,000
75,000

100, 000
50, 000
150,000
6,500
10, 000
49, 640
10, 000
25, 000
500,000
75,000

$50,000
40,000
150,000

30, 000
25,000
200,000
50,000
50,000
25,000
25, 000
30,000
50,000
25, 000
40,000
50,000

Borrowed
money
(bills
payable,
rediscounts,
etc.) at
date of
failure
$75,860
55, 963
31,896
164, 915
51,469
17, 401
168, 675
341,987
355
64, 820
45,421
46,941
9, 093
162,646
76,020

Total
deposits
at date of
failure

$81,124
117, 229
4, 373, 399
186, 777
110, 618
5, 476, 286
217, 581
1, 750, 670
154, 917
195,147
95, 993
119, 068
151, 993
39,433
119,480

1, 919, 004 7, 621,645
8,513
1,923, 434
6,824 2, 375,863
127, 659
539,425
32,041
640,872
36,857
255,890
30,918
103,600
478,831
10, 773
26,221
363,408 1,099, 298
131, 937
449,968
178,184
922,525
38, 228
106,019
55, 677
14,2,416
64, 735
178, 681
20, 562
369, 729
8,864
44,886
25,961 7,235,853
34'6,501
81, 698

Tri-County National Bank, Oliver Springs,
TennJ
Midway National Bank, Midway, 7 7
Pa.
First National Bank, Fleming, Ky.
First National Bank, Midland Park, N. J.7
First National Bank, Hatton, N. Dak.i
City National Bank and Trust Co., Niles, Mich.7.
First National Bank of Trenton, Barnveld,
N. YJ
7
2395 Rubey National Bank, Golden, Colo.
Westside National Bank, West Paterson, N. J.7__
2396
2397 Grand Rapids National Bank, Grand Rapids,
Mich.7
7
2398 First National Bank, Bruin, Pa. »
First National Bank, New Matamoras, Ohio 7__.
2399
7
2401 First National Bank, Nappanee, Ind.. 7
2402 Olney National Bank, Hartford, Mich. 7
2403 First National Bank, Crescent City, 111.
7
2404 First National Bank, Carrier Mills, 111.
7
2405 First National Bank, Sidell, 111.
7
2406 First National Bank, Odin, 111.
7
___
2407 First National Bank, Ironton, Minn. 7
2410 First National Bank, La Harpe, Kans. 7
111.
_
2411 Newman National Bank, Newman, 7
2412 Citizens National Bank, Brazil, Ind.
2413 Peoples-American National Bank, Princeton,
Ind.7
2414 First National Bank, Meadow, Tex."
2415 Central Park National Bank, Central Park,
N.Y.7
2416 First National Bank and Trust Co., Cambridge
City, Ind.7
2417 First National Bank of Marshall County at
Plymouth, Ind.7
2418 First National Bank, Montpelier, Ind.7
7
2419 First National Bank, Boswell, Ind.7
2420 First National Bank, Clinton, Ind.
2421 Rosedale National Bank, Rosedale,7 Ind.7
2422 First National Bank, Cayuga, Ind.
2423 Whiteland National Bank, Whiteland, Ind.7»__.
2424 First National Bank, Wakarusa, Ind.7 9
2425 Lynch National Bank, Lynch, Ky.7
2426 Cherokee National Bank, Cherokee, Okla.7
2427 First National Bank in Cement, Okla.779
2428 Madison National Bank, Tallulah, La.
2430 First National Bank, Kanawha, Iowa77
2431 Merchants National Bank, Galena, 111. 7
2432 First National Bank, Central City, Colo.
2433 First National Bank, Freeport, 111.77
2434 Galena National Bank, Galena, 111.
2435 First National Bank, Mancos, Colo.7
See footnotes at end of table.

2383

2384
2385
2387
2388
2392
2394




1,228, 286

12, 500
25,000

12, 500
25, 000

125, 732
382, 484
115,138

284, 360
676,873
215,919

3,405, 434 1, OOQ, 000 Sept. 25,1933
25,000
do
28, 250
50, 000 Sept. 26,1933
102,750
40,000
72,400
do 25,000
54,250
do
25,000 Sept. 27,1933
62,250
25,000
36, 625
do
25, 000
130,970
do
25, 000
45,875
do
25, 000 _. __do
42, 250
25,000 Sept. 30,1933
47, 200
50, 000 Oct. 2,1933
189,000
100, 000
143, 000
do

500,000

500, 000

10,000
39, 695
25,000
25,000
25, 000
25, 000
19, 700
25,000
24, 700
50,000
98, 700

10,000
39, 695
25,000
25, 000
25,000
25,000
19, 700
25,000
24, 700
50,000
98, 700

125,000
25,000

do
do

100,000

100, 000

271,593
8,568

811,455
37,185

50,000

do

25,000

25,000

72,889

206,199

20,250
54,000
58,000
6,000
59,000
36,750

do
25, 000
50,000 Sept. 15,1933
do._
25,000
do
50, 000
25, 000 Sept. 16,1933
150,000 Sept. 18,1933

11238 Aug. 30,1918
6497 Oct. 28,1902
12848 July 17,1925

25, 000
50,000
75, 000

3, 750
214,000

40,000 Sept. 20,1933
50,000 Sept. 21,1933
75, 000 Sept. 22,1933

Jan.
Oct.
Oct.
June
July
Nov.
Nov.
July
Aug.
Mar.
Apr.
Jan.
Mar.

2,1885
15,1907
7,1901
27,1907
20,1910
8,1902
11,1905
23,1906
3,1909
31,1913
11,1904
12,1905
4,1907

500,000
25,000
25,000
40,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25, 000
25, 000
25,000
50,000
100,000

10551 May
12928 Feb.

5,1914
8,1926

125,000
25,000

12951 June 25,1926

50,000

70 May 11,1882

100,000

336,000

50,000
50,000
25,000
30,000
25,000
25, 000
25,000
25,000
50,000
30,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
125,000
50, 000
120,000
100,000
50, 000

466, 325
121, 500
73,000
98, 400
42, 250
112, 500
22, 500
19, 750
74, 500
33, 300
8,000

2119
5278
5476
6480
9006
9189
9492
11043
12649
12049
12335
12923
9018
979
2129
2875
3279
9674

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

19,1873
20,1900
11,1900
25,1902
4,1908
29.1908
14.1909
14,1917
21.1925
16,1921
9,1923
19.1926
14,1907
7,1865
15,1873
11.1883
23.1884
18.1910

58, 555
254,917
94, 298
350,035

150,000

25,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
25, 000
150,000

3293
8919
5999
8785
9854
6598
8015
8374
9525
10382
7226
7575
8620

June
Feb.
June
Oct.
Apr.
Mar.

16, 768
14,100
41,374
72, 295
17,566
232,780

22,1921
7,1903
16,1921
6,1924
1,1903
21,1929

11998
6626
11988
12603
6743
13307

246, 250

78, 250
661, 750
366, 250
1, 215, 729
473,000
132,000

50,000 Oct.
130, 000
50,000
25,000
60, 000
25, 000
25,000
25,000
25, 000
50,000
30, 000
25,000
50,000
50,000
100,000
25, 000
300,000
100,000
50, 000

3,1933

do
. do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Oct. 4,1933
do
do
Oct. 7,1933
Oct. 9,1933
do
_ do__ _ .
do
do

10,000
50,000
25,000

10,000
50,000
25,000

150,000

2, 456,322 12, 838,053
72,348
14,003
330,062
20, 465
218,128
14,116
380,014
95,006
98,891
30, 573
90,137
38,260
102,115
32,312
90, 628
10,729
143, 729
49,567
67,603
31,995
207, 223
38,375
421, 683
63, 598

49,990

49,990

39,567

129, 997
50,000
6,250
30,000
25,000
25,000

25,000

25,000

40,000
25, 000
25,000
25,000
200,000
24, 820
50,000

40, 000
25, 000
25,000
25,000
200,000
24, 820
50,000

208, 609
126, 518
63.980
325, 783
18,147
49,599
22, 493
8,915
121, 768
54, 781
27,300
143,159
51,845
359
7,071
38, 744
70,181
206,873

823, 642
271, 564
137,083
1,026, 470
132, 709
115, 263
85,002
94,153
151, 604
244, 263
86,156
153, 987
102, 397
405, 790
223, 540
2, 462,095
2,167, 633
228, 502

3
o

o

I
o

189,445

129, 997
50,000
6,250
30,000
25,000
25,000

d

o

fel

O

TABLE N O . 33. -—National banks in charge of receivers during year ended October 81, 1936, dates of organization and appointment of receivers,
capital at date of organization and at date of failure, dividends paid while solvent, lawful money deposited with Treasurer of the United
to
States to redeem circulation to October 31, 1936, circulation outstanding, borrowed money, and total deposits at date of failure—Continued
Organization

Name and location of bank

First National Bank, Almont, Mich.'. 7
First National Bank, Brighton, Mich.
First National Bank, Ridge Farm, 111.7
First National Bank, New Richland, Minn. 7
Knoxville-Citizens7 National Bank & Trust Co.,
Knoxville, Iowa
2443 Second National Bank, Bel Air, Md.7_.
2444 Farmers & Merchants National Bank, Bel Air,
Md.?
2446 Citizens National Bank, Romeo, Mich.7
2448 First National Bank, Goodhue, Minn. 7
2449 Mount Ephraim National Bank, Mount
Ephraim, N. J.7
2450 First National Bank, Somers Point, N. J.7
2451 Mechanics National Bank & Trust Co., Millville, N. J.7
2452 First National Bank, Plumville, Pa. 7 7
2453 First National Bank, Cherry Tree, Pa.
2454 National Bank of Newport, Newport, N. Y.7 7
2455 First National Bank in Avon-by-the-Sea, N. J. _
2456 First National Bank, Birmingham, Mich. 7
2457 First National Bank, Channing, Tex.7_
2458 First National Bank, Fosston, Minn. 7
2459 Harriman National Bank & Trust Co. of the City
of New York, New York, N. Y.7
2460 First National Bank, Avoca, Mich. 7 ... 7
2461 First National Bank, Waverly, N. Y.»
2462 National Central Bank, Cherry Valley, N. Y. 7 ..
2463 First National Bank in Salem, Oreg.7 7
2464 First National Bank, Humboldt, Iowa
2465 First National Bank, Lake Benton, Minn. 1 8
2466 First National Bank, Grantsville, Md. 7 7
2468 First National Bank, Oak Harbor, Ohio 7
2469 Peckville National Bank, Peckvilie, Pa.
2470 Millington National Bank, Millington, Mich. 7 -.

2436
2437
2439
2441
2442




Charter
no.

Date

Failures

Capital

Receiver
appointed

20,1925
18,1925
3,1900
11,1914

$25,000
25,000
30, 000
25, 000

$1,900
115, 500
8,750

$25,000 Oct. 9,1933
35,000
.do.
50,000 Oct. 10,1933
25,000
do__

12849 Nov. 4,1925
Sept. 7,1888

100, 000
60, 000

6,568
130,105

9474 June 30,1909
218G Aug. 19,1874
7603 Dec. 27,1904

25,000
50,000
25, 000

80, 250
329. 692
66,000

12618 Dec. 22,1924
12559 June 12,1924

25,000
50,000

4,250
3,000
268, 500
91, 200
232,000
254,000

12793
12869
5313
10642

May
Dec.
Apr.
June

Capital

Total
dividends
paid during existence as a
national
banking
association

5208
7887
7000
1655
13560
9874
10949

June

6,1899

May

8,1865
29,1931
7,1910
19,1917
12,1903

100,000
30,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
25,000

9955
10790
297
1136
3405
8277
4509
5943
6632
7785
8723

Mar.
Oct.
Feb.
Apr.
Oct.
May
Dec.
Aug.

2,1911
4,1915
13,1864
13,1865
8,1885
24,1906
23,1890
6,1901
Jan. 15,1903
Feb. 24,1905
M a y 6,1907

200,000
25,000
50,000
200,000
75,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
25,000

Aug. 25,1905
Sept. 8,1903

June
Sept.
Jan.
June

207, 250
7,750
83,100

Lawful
money
deposited

Circulation outstanding
at date
of failure

Borrowed
money
(bills
payable,
rediscounts,
etc.) at
date of
failure

Total
deposits
at date of
failure

$20,000

$20, 000

~~5O,~666

~~50~ 666

$18,820
23,606
44, 315
12, 272

$166, 910
142, 636
36, 623
124, 111

100, 000
_do_
60, 000 Oct. 11,1933

100, 000
60,000

100,000
60,000

376,731

25, 000
49, 640

25,000
49, 640

110,211
55. 552
114, 917

402, 077
525, 762
352,312

49, 550

49,550

38,047
90,826

144, 953
203,091

98, 560
10,000
98,020
49,600

98, 560
10,000
98,020
49,600

100,000

100,000

361,002
135, 213
223, 499
216,869
176, 429
255,855
20,164
40, 730

626, 472
267, 066
850, 604
202, 972
179,024
2,346, 905
72,666
500,122

8

1,163, 545
1,004,256

100,000
do_
50,000 Oct. 12,1933
25,000 Oct. 13,1933

O

25,000
50,000

do.
do_

250, 000
..do.
60,000
100,000
do
50, 000
do
50,000
-do.
200,000 Oct. 14,1933
25,000
do
30,000 Oct. 16,1933

4,630,000 2,000,000
do
25,000 Oct. 24,1933
35, 500
100,000
487,750
.do.
50, 000
412, 250
_do_
200, 000
419,875
_do.
50, 000
108,550
..do_
25, 000 Oct. 25,1933
168,083
25,000
46,000
do
50,000
91,125
do
240,125
150,000
do
33, 500
25,000
do

29, 997

29, 997

300,000

300,000

100,000
49,997
100,000
48,920

100,000
49,99'
100,000
48,920

25,000
25,000
49.250
6,250

25,000
25,000
49,250
6,250

5, 766,103 18, 382, 675
67, 924
237,075
16,000
886,020
844,498
117, 267
1,420,988
210,
724,744
206, 731
27, 943
321, 755
7,332
37, 678
722, 609
1, 371,986
254, 449
37, 644
82,107

o
o

I
w

2471
2472
2474
2475
2476
2477
2478
2480
2481
2482
2483
2484
2485
2487
2488
2489
2490
2493
2494
2495
2496
2497
2499
2501
2502
2505
2506
2507
2508
2509
2510
2512
2513
2514
2515
2516
2517
2518
2519
2520
2521
2522
2523
2524

First National Bank, Valier, Mont. 7 -7
First National Bank, Conrad, Mont.
Harveysburg National Bank, Harveysburg,
Ohio 79
First National Bank, Hankins, N. 7 7_
Y.
First National Bank, Oregon, Wis.
First National Bank, Ypsilanti, Mich.7 7
Peoples National Bank, Monmouth, 111.
_.
First National Bank, Dallas City, 111.7
First National Bank, Woodstock, Minn.7._
First National Bank, Neillsvillo, Wis.7 7
Falls National Bank, Niagara Falls, N. Y.
First National Bank of Commerce, Tarpon
Springs, Fla.7
First National Bank, Marseilles, 111.7 7
__.
First National Bank, Shullsburg, Wis.
Pleasant Unity National Bank, Pleasant Unity,
Pa. 7
_._
Earlville National Bank, Earlville, 111.77
First National Bank in Braidwood,7 111.
First National Bank, Cresco, Iowa ___
First National Bank, Chelsea, Iowa 7
._.
First National Bank, Graettinger, Iowa 7
First National Bank, Stanton, Iowa 7
New London National Bank, New London,
Iowa 7
First National Bank, Hubbard, Iowa 7 7
Farmers National Bank, Kingsley, Iowa
First National Bank, Grand River, Iowa " 7
Farmers First National Bank, Rake, Iowa
First National Bank, Marathon, Iowa 7 7
First National Bank, Rock Valley, Iowa
First National Bank, Dunkerton, Iowa 77
First National Bank, Little Rock, Iowa
_.
First National Bank, St. Angsar, Iowa 7
First National Bank, Whiting, Iowa 7 . 7
First National Bank, Port Norris, N. J.
First National Bank, Aurora, Colo.7
Federal-American National Bank & Trust Co.,
Washington, D. C.7
Commercial National Bank, Wilmington, 111.7 _
7
First National Bank, Grayville, 111.7
First National Bank, Steward, 111. 7
First National Bank, Compton, 111. .
First National Bank, Ransom, 111.7
.
Central City National Bank, Central7City, Nebr. 7 .
First National Bank, Sheridan, 111.
Farmers National Bank, Dahlgren, 7111.7
Farmers National Bank, Viola, 111.
Old-First National Bank & Trust Co., Fort
7
Wayne, Ind. ...

See footnotes at end of table.




9520 July 12,1909
Mar. 23,1910

25,000
75,000

6,500
75,000

6,500
75,000

114,807
107,020

72,103
204,812

do
25,000
do._
25,000
do
25, 000
150, 000 Oct. 26,1933
do__
75, 000
do
75, 000
do
25, 000
do
50,000
do _.
100, 000

12,500
150,000
49,997
75,000
25,000
49,997
25,000

12, 500
150,000
49, 997
75,000
25, 000
49, 997
25,000

18,450
46,911
116
158,998
123, 668
52,295
45,950
144,217
227,083

54, 644
188, 744
150,239
2,300,2S0
454,553
62, 533
55, 903
264,057
1,127,066

4,500
274, 875
163, 500

_
75, 000 . do _
75, 000 Oct. 27,1933
do _
50, 000

49,580

49, 580

102,202
200,415
37,877

122,202
405,683
397, 671

25,000
50,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
25,000

61, 625
68, 500
47,500
185,375
53, 550
61,053
106, 500

do _._
25,000
do
50,000
25,000 ... do
50,000 Oct. 30,1933
40, 000 ._. do.
do
25,000
25,000 . do

24,700

24, 700

50,666
25,010
11,760
25,000

50,000
25,010
11, 760
25,000

18,460
46, 481
75,278
77,009
30, 790
53, 751
35,814

248, 228
169,332
157,051
285, 507
115, 798
92,944
339, 690

22,1906
3,1907
6,1908
10,1910
12,1920
1,1892
20,1899
1,1903
24,1906
9,1914
2,1916
26,1910
5,1920

25, 000
25,000
25,000
25, 000
25, 000
50,000
50,000
30,000
25,000
25, 000
25,000
25,000
25,000

18, 750
105, 650
30, 500
32, 750

_
25,000 _ do
do.
50,000
25,000 _ do
do.
25, 000
25,000
do
25,000 Oct. 31,1933
50,000
do
40, 000 .... do
25,000
do
do.. .
25, 000
25,000
do
100, 000 . do
25,000
do

19,820
37,020
25, 000
25,000
16,000
12, 500
49, 760
40,000
25,000
24,820
25,000
23,950

19,820
37, 020
25,000
25,000
16,000
12, 500
49, 760
40,000
25,000
24,820
25,000
23, 950

41,807
107,240
25,728
22,154
50,827
31,400
106,953
60,438
38,902
42,586
84,093
315,352
101,434

92,802
174,929
106,128
65,927
80,036
74,446
167, 552
315,152
104,041
149,150
167, 747
259, 313
397,856

15,1913
15,1872
8,1895
20,1902
3,1903
27,1906
12,1906
22,1915
2,1930
22,1920

500,000
50,000
50,000
25, 000
25, 000
25,000
40, 000
25, 000
25,000
40, 000

3,078,979 2,000,000
do
60,000 Nov. 1,1933
397, 500
50,000
do
182,000
do
50,000
88,000
25, 000
do
59,000
do
25,000
55, 250
50,000
do
158,000
25,000 ... do
21, 750
do
25,000
12,400
40,000 .... do.

49,817
50,000
50, 000
50,000

49,817
50, 000
50, 000
50,000

6,500
19,820

6,500
19,820

4, 289,129
46, 056
89,206
49,219
30, 552
22,000
11,119
13, 585
5,718
40, 302

9, 583, 792
184,030
284,973
78, 511
144,109
116, 742
212,597
156,136
125,158
185, 578

3285 Dec. 20,1884

350,000

2,084, 750 1, 750,000 Nov. 2,1933

7,782,834

14,443, 693

25, 000
25,000

34, 250
55, 500

31,1920
29,1924
25,1914
25,1863
2,1890
2,1900
21,1905
28,1909
16,1919

25,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
75, 000
25, 000
25,000
50,000
100,000

23,000
712, 250
276, 000
119,000
41, 500
84,000
37,000

12274 Nov. 8,1922
1852 June 27,1871
4055 May 23,1889

50,000
50,000
50, 000

6581
7555
11895
4897
5412
5571
6434

Dec. 5,1902
Dec. 6,1904
Dec. 6,1920
Apr. 7,1893
May 17,1900
July 13,1900
Apr. 23,1902

8352
8970
9116
9737
11735
4789
5200
6722
8119
10684
10861
10036
11682

Aug.
Dec.
Apr.
Mar.
May
Aug.
June
Apr.
Jan.
Dec.
May
Oct.
Mar.

10316
1964
4999
6543
7031
8289
8385
10760
13451
11779

Jan.
Mar.
May
Nov.
Nov.
June
Sept.
June
Apr.
June

11617
12549
10620
155
4313
5609
7625
9806
11489

Jan.
Mar.
May
Nov.
May
Oct.
Feb.
Sept.
Oct.

8,750

119,446
180,000
120,392
66, 750
13, 500
15,000
111, 250
14, 750

do -_
do

1, 750,000 1, 750,000

CO

TABLE N O . 33.—National banks in charge of receivers during year ended October 31, 1936, dates of organization and appointment of receivers, to
capital at date of organization and at date of failure, dividends p,aid while solvent, lawful money deposited with Treasurer of the United
Stales to redeem circulation to October 31, 1936, circulation outstanding, borrowed money, and total deposits at date of failure—Continued

Report no.

Organization

2525
2526
2527
2528
2529
2530
2531
2532
2533
2535
2536
2537
2539
2540
2542
2543
2544
2545
2546
2548
2549
2550
2551
2552
2553
2554
2555
2556
2557
2559
2560
2561

Name and location of bank

First National Bank, Lindsay, Calif, i 9
First National Bank of Jewell Junction, Jewell,
Iowa. 7 . _
First National Bank, Exira, Iowa 7 6
First National Bank, New Berlin, Pa.7
Citizens National Bank, Dickson, Tenn.7
First National Bank, Hawkeye, Iowa 7
First National Bank, Gouldsboro, Pa.7
First National Bank, Mansfield, Ark.7..
Webster National Bank, Webster, Mass.7
Lehigh National Bank, Philadelphia, Pa.7
First National Bank, Portland, Maine 7 .
Peoples-Ticonic National Bank, Waterville,
Maine 7 .
Springvale National Bank, Springvale, Maine 7__
District National Bank, Washington, D. C.7
First National Bank, Richmond, Mich.7
Uniontown National Bank & Trust Co., Uniontown, Pa. 1
Chattanooga National Bank, Chattanooga, Tenn. 7
Presque Isle National Bank, Presque Isle, Maine I.
Coast National Bank, Fort Bragg, Calif.7
First-Henry National Bank, Henry, 111.7
_
First National Bank, Park Rapids, Minn. 7
First National Bank, Huttig, Ark.7
First National Bank, Monroeton, Pa. 7
Jefferson County National Bank, Brookville, Pa. 7 .
First National Bank, Medford, Wis.i
First National Bank, Joliet 111.7
First National Bank, Earlville, 111.7
First National Bank, Woodruff, S. C.7
National Bank of Ellensburg, Wash.7
First National Bank in Blooming Grove, Tex.7_.
National White River Bank, Bethel, Vt. 7
Belton National Bank, Belton, Tex. 7 .




Charter
no.

Date

Capital

Total
dividends
paid during existence as a
national
banking
association

Failures

Capital

Lawful
money
deposited

Receiver
appointed

$25,000

$92,500

$75,000 Nov. 2,1933

5743
6870
7897
8292
8900
9072
11195
11236
13341
221

Feb.
June
July
June
Sept.
Oct.
Apr.
Aug.
June
Jan.

28,1901
11,1903
13,1905
14,1906
16,1907
25,1907
23,1918
15,1918
17,1929
4,1864

25,000
35,000
25, 000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
100,000
200,000
100,000

33, 000
64, 400
19,125
96, 750
27, 500
36, 000
19, 500
90, 500
4,039, 349

25,000 Nov. 3,1933
35,000
do
25, 000
do
50, 000
do
25, 000
do... . . .
25, 000
do
25, 000 ..__ do
100,000
do
200, 000 . do
600,000 Nov. 6,1933

880
7835
9545
10742

Jan. 28,1865
June 22,1905
Sept. 8,1909
M a y 24,1915

100,000
25,000
400. 000
25,000

1,025,653
163,167
1, 081, 500
85, 250

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

12500
13654
3827
9626
1482
5542
10060
12597
2392
5695
512
3323
10593
11045
13555
962
7509

Feb.
Dec.
Aug.
Sept.
June
July
July
Sept.
July
Dec.
Aug.
Mar.
July
June
June
Mar.
Nov.

250,000
1, 500,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
100,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
25,000
75,000
50,000

374, 500
53, 500
501, 500
215,000
86, 375
1,000
744, 500
79, 900
2,932, 500
291, 500
75, 500
21, 500

250, 000
1, 500,000
100,000
100; 000
50,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
125. 000
50,000
1,040, 000
50, 000
50,000
50, 000
25,000
50,000
50,000

Circulation outstanding
at date
of failure

7965 Oct. 20,1905

4,1924
30,1932
15,1887
30,1909
5,1865
12,1900
8,1911
15,1924
27,1878
3,1900
1,1864
3,1885
24,1914
2,1917
4,1931
14,1865
12,1904

432, 625
232,450

do
do.
do
do

_.

do
. . . do . . . _
Nov. 7,1933
do
do
Nov. 8,1933
do
do
Nov. 9,1933
do
Nov. 10,1933
do
do
do
do
Nov. 13,1933
do

Borrowed
money
(bills
payable,
rediscounts,
etc.) at
date of
failure

Total
deposits
at date of
failure

$100,229
$25,000
9,000
19, 640
37,495
25,000
25,000
24,050
98,050

$25,000
9,000
19, 640
37, 495
25,000
25,000
24,050
98,050

596,700

300,000
6,250
903, 000
50,000

12, 500
50,000

12, 500
50,000

45,800
25,000

45, 800
25,000

50,000

50,000

50,000

50,000

50, 000
25, 000
50,000
24,640

50, 000
25,000
50,000
24,640

$149, 525
98, 004
205, 282
287, 888
68, 602
200,996
118, 518
1,131, 664
297,072
6, 647,208

152,109
71,813
1,061, 693
27, 272

5, 976,675
2, 000,038
6, 077, 504
768,019

596,700

300,000
6,250
903,000
50,000

47.595
63,107
22, 231
56, 504
31,026
15,000
8,232
186, 417
225,321

295, 941
2, 944, 618
788,461
5, 277
178, 483
2,013
32, 966
3,000
162, 622
196,883
29,075
81, 208
53,175
61,622
71,606
20,000

9,883, 045
2, 498,106
667,946
637, 272
388,417
90, 946
185,009
1,470,625
107,000
6,075,283
203,377
73, 590
200, 503
59, 515
1, 204, 762
256, 213

£
§
&
3
w
"^
M
•^

National Bank of Fairmont, Fairmont W. Va. 7 ..
Clyde National Bank, Clyde, Tex. 7 »4
Richmond National Bank, New York,8 N. Y.7
First National Bank, Versailles, Mo.i
First National Bank, Wilsonville, 111.7
Webster National Bank, Webster, N. Y.7
First National Bank, Grand Forks, N. Dak. 7 ....
First 7National Bank & Trust Co., Petersburg,
Va.
_.
2572 Jackson National Bank, Jackson, Minn.i
7
2573 First National Bank, Montour, Iowa.
7
2574 First National Bank, Elma, Wash. 7 •
2575 First National Bank, Murray, Ky.
7
2576 National Black River Bank, Proctorsville, Vt. ..
7
2577 First National Bank, Marion, Ind.
7
2578 First National Bank, Wilkinsburg, Pa.
7
2579 First National Bank, Atwood, 111. »
2580 First 7Lake County National Bank, Libertyville,
111. .
7
2581 Garrett National Bank, Oakland, Md. __ _ 7
2582 National Bank of Commerce, Adrian, 9Mich.
7
2583 First National Bank, Florence, Ariz.
2584 American Exchange National Bank, St. Louis,
Mo.7
7
2585 National Bank of Anaconda, Anaconda Mont. ..
2586 First National Bank of The Thousand Islands,
7
Alexandria Bay, N. Y.
7
2587 First National Bank, Morrison, 111. 7
2588 Chilton National Bank, Chilton, Wis.
7
2589 First National Bank, La Harpe, 111. 7
2590 First National Bank, Swanville, Minn.
N. 7
2591 Romulus National Bank, Romulus, 7 9 Y.
2592 First National Bank, Ceylon, Minn. 7
2593 First National Bank, Keyser, W. Va.
2594 First-Kenmare National Bank, Kenmare, N.
Dak.7
7
2596 First National Bank, Rock Lake, N. Dak.7»4___.
2597 First National Bank, Marmarth, N. Dak. 7
2598 Farmers National Bank, Hendricks, Minn.
2599 Farmers & First National Bank, New Castle,
Ind.7
7
2600 First National Bank, Holland, Minn.
2601 Tulpehocken National Bank & Trust Co., Phila7
delphia, Pa.
7
2602 First National Bank, Tamaroa, 111.
7
2603 State National Bank, Windsor, Vt.
7
2604 First National Bank, White Lake, S. Dak.
2605 Farmers & Merchants National Bank, Milbank,
S. Dak.i
First National Bank, Gary, S. Dak. 77
2606
First National Bank, Hayti, S. Dak.
2607
See footnotes at end of table.
2562
2563
2565
2567
2568
2569
2570
2571




9462
8780
11655
7256
12630
13145
2570

June
June
Feb.
May
Jan.
Nov.
Sept.

19,1909
5,1907
17,1920
5,1904
14,1925
1,1927
12,1881

200,000
25,000
200,000
30,000
25,000
50,000
50,000

1, 227,000
35, 750
246,941
51,200
11,000

3515
6992
7469
13233
10779
1383
4189
4728
6359

May
Aug.
Oct.
Aug.
Aug.
May
Dec.
Apr.
July

18,1886
24.1903
25.1904
14,1928
3,1915
22,1865
4,1889
2,1892
17,1902

100,000
30,000
25,000
25,000
25, 000
50,000
100,000
50,000
25,000

1,155,000
113,200
65, 226
5,000
122,000
253, 750
768,681
613, 500
83, 613

700,000
80,000
30,000
25,000
100,000
50,000
350,000
400,000
25,000

Nov. 16,1933
do
do
. do
N o v . 23,1933
Dec. 5,1933
do
do
do

6514 Nov. 1,1902
6588 Jan. 15,1903
9421 May 10,1909
May 5,1917

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

162,075
301, 250
186,000
2,000

100,000
100,000
100,000
25,000

do
do
do
do .

12506 Feb. 19,1924
12542 May 7,1924

200,000
100,000

84,000
12, 500

300,000
100,000

do
do

24.1900
28,1865
31.1901
20,1906
29,1916
3,1920
4.1901
5.1902

30,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
60,000

184, 400
675, 476
161,000
70, 500

6555 Dec. 12,1902
8019 Nov. 23,1905
Mar. 24,1908
May 10,1909

25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000

85, 500
58,500
25, 750
19, 500

9852 Aug. 11,1910
11724 May 4,1920

100,000
25, 000

197, 000

13185 Mar.
Mar.
7721 Mar.
8291 June

6,1928
9,1907
25,1905
22,1906

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

61, 850
81, 250
39,000

Apr. 27,1907
9393 M a r . 1,1909
10800 N o v . 3,1915

25,000
25,000
25,000

99, 250
66,000
21,000

5284
1033
5933
8468
10824
11739
6029
6205

Mar.
Jan.
July
Nov.
Jan.
May
Oct.
Mar.

686,000

11, 250
29, 500
171, 400

400,000 . . do
25,000 N o v . 14,1933
400,000
do
. ..
30,000 N o v . 15,1933
25,000 . do . . .
50,000
do
do
400,000

50,000 Dec. 7,1933
100,000
do .
50,000
do
50,000
do ...
do
25,000
25,000
do
25,000 Dec. 8,3933
80, 000
do
do
25,000
25,000 —..do
25,000
do. .
25,000
do
200, 000
do
25,000 . . do
200,000
. do
40,000 Dec. 9,1933
50,000 Deo. 11,1933
do
25,000
75,000
35,000
25,000

335, 480

400,000
6,300
335,480

25,000
50,000
399,995

25,000
50,000
399,995

692, 200

692, 200

30,000

30,000

100,000
25,000
350,000
400,000
25, 000

100,000
25,000
350,000
400,000
25,000

98,440
98,917
100,000

98,440
98,917
100,000

49, 637

49,637

14,995
49,700
49,400
12, 500
20,000
5,000
24, 640
58, 680

400,000
6,300

do

4,478,625
85,417
3,079, 586
71,122
397, 243
3, 684, 515

1,147,880
35,657
76,103
40,260
146,493
8,399
734,847
656,979
31,144

3,061,875

1,057
96, 715
119,424
32, 277

987,864
834,893
682, 339
354, 241
1,783, 653
526, 800

14,995
49, 700
49,400
12, 500
20,000
5,000
24, 640
58,680

324,162
95,181
334,982
87,059
90, 595
96, 713
> 54,142
21,875
21,834
184,914

16, 250
25,000
25,000
24, 700

16,250
25,000
25,000
24, 700

84,431
23, 676
30,171
182,924

137, 294
30, 656
132,072
254, 613

199,400

199,400

294,959
41, 678

1,064,872
40, 363

24,347

24, 347

10, 000

10,000

90, 570
56, 977
35, 735
130, 659

129,848
426,036
975, 253
97,420

24, 750

24,750

63, 537
183, 225
75, 603

293.527
106, 964

do. „
do

1,070, 786
31, 520
1,106,937
44,937
16,276
17,022
990, 927

156, 591
147,382
922,431
247,848
2,400, 774
4, 670,447
105, 669

584, 207
192,822
274, 261
217, 062
133,019
79,991
86, 223
980,867

8
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fa

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TABLE
LE

No. 33.—National banks in charge of receivers during year ended October 31, 1936, dates of organization and appointment of receivers,
capital at date of organization and at date of failure, dividends paid while solvent, lawful money deposited with Treasurer of the United
States to redeem circulation to October 31, 1936, circulation outstanding, borrowed money, and total deposits at date of failure—Continued

Report no;

Organization

2608
2609
2610
2611
2612
2613
2614
2615
2616
2617
2618
2619
2620
2622
2623
2624
2625
2626
2627
2628
2629
2630
2631
2632
2633
2635
2636
2637
2638
2639
2640
2641
2642

Name and location of bank

First National Bank, White Bear Lake, Minn. 7 .
First National Bank, Manistee, Mich.7»
First National Bank, Del Rio, Tex.*
First National Bank, Rochester, Mich.7
Day & Night National Bank, Pikeville, Ky.1
First National Bank, Stone Lake, Wis.7
First National Bank, Canton, S. Dak.7
Farmers National Bank, Freeport, Pa.7
First National Bank, Canton, Til.7.
_,
Canton National Bank, Canton, 111.7
_.
Millbury National Bank, Millbury, Mass.7.
Union National Bank, Atlantic City, N. J.i
First National Bank, Arthur, 111.7
Union National Bank, Fcstoria, Ohio 7
First National Bank of Douglas County at Castle
Rock, Colo.7
Cooperstown National Bank, Cooperstown,
N Y.7
Mountains National Bank, Tannersville, N. Y. 7 .
First National Bank, St. Albans, W. Va.7
First National Bank, Portsmouth, Ohio 7.__
Orange National Bank, Orange, N . J.7
First National Bank, Canonsburg, Pa. 7
National Citizens Bank, Charles Town, W. Va. 7 .
Union National Bank, New Castle, Pa. 1
First National Bank, New Wilmington, Pa.7__ _
National Bank of Clayville, Clayville, N. Y. 7 ._.
First National Bank, Dickinson, Tex.1 9
National Shoe & Leather Bank, Auburn, Maine 7 .
First National Bank, Hull, Iowa 7
Citizens National Bank, Caldwell, Ohio 7_
_
First National Bank, Summerfield, Ohio 7 9
First National Bank, East Orange, N . J.7__
Noble County National Bank in Caldwell, Ohio 7 .
First National Bank in Gibsland, La. 7 .




Charter
no.

11987
2539
5294
9218
11944
10322
2830
7366
415
3593
572
4420
5233
9192

Date

14,1921
16,1881
2,1900
2,1908
28,1921
24,1913
3,1882
1,1904
2,1864
17,1886
25,1864
14,1890
31,1899
19,1908

$25,000
100,000
30,000
50,000
100,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
100,000
100,000
50,000
100,000

6556 Dec. 12,1902

25,000

74,750

50,000
25,000
25,000
110,000
200,000
50,000
50,000
100,000
40,000
25,000
25,000
200,000
35,000
60,000
25,000
100,000
60,000
25,000

51,000
25,000
54, 250
1, 643,275
1,828,000
573,600
114,250
118, 500
132,250

7305
11057
9640
68
1317
4570
7270
8503
9554
11277
12855
2270
6953
6458
6662
12338
13154
13169

June
July
Apr.
June
Feb.
Jan.
Nov.
Aug.
Apr.
Nov.
Oct.
Aug.
Oct.
June

Capital

Total
dividends
paid during existence as a
national
banking
association

Mar.
June
Dec.
Aug.
June
Apr.
May
Dec.
Aug.
Dec.
Nov.
May
Ausr.
Sept.
Jan.
Mar.
Dec.
Jan.

26,1904
30,1917
29,1909
8,1863
13,1865
1,1881
16,1904
31,1906
25,1909
4,1918
13,1925
24,1875
14,1903
9,1902
27,1903
13,1923
12,1927
16,1928

$11,000
467,500
391, 875
169,000
8,000
7,500
160, 500
79, 500
707,875
459, 750
558,184
323,000
204,375
194,000

7,875
815,000
105,000
192,000
58, 625
76,000

Failures

Capital

$25,000
100,000
100,000
100,000
100,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
100,000
125,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
125,000

Receiver
appointed

Dec. 11,1933
Dec. 12,1933
do
. . . . rio
do
do
Dec. 13,1933
do
do
do.
do
do
do
Dec. 15,1933

Lawful
money
deposited

$100,000

Circulation outstanding
at date
of failure

$100,000

50,000

50,000

25,000
50,000
50,000
99,700
99,997
50,000

25,000
50,000
50,000
99,700
99.997
50; 000

50, m
75,000

50,000
75,000

Borrowed
money
(bills
payable,
rediscounts,
etc.) at
date of
failure

$68,144
95, 739
422,815
, 290,436
78,834
24,941
158,935
2,059
60,103
112,492
77,191
564,117
33,368
259,716

Total
deposits
at date of
failure

$306,521
542,581
1,493,812
39, 704
389,132
651, 204
877,893
816,862
617,449
195.195
732, 633

50,000 Dec. 18,1933

12,500

12,500

79,946

199,044

50, 000
do
50,000
do...
25,000
do.
_.
400,000 Dec. 19,1933
500,000
do
200,000
do.
50,000
do
100,000
do . .
50,000
do
25,000
do
25,000 _ . d o
200,000
do
35,000 Dec. 20,1933
60,000 Dec. 21,1933
25,000
do...
200,000
do .
60,000
do
25,000
do

50,000
25,000
19,000
400,000

50,000
25,000
19,000
400,000

100,000
50,000

100,000
50,000

560,894
242,755
290,756
4,212,610
4,151,235
1,958,617
207,626

50,000

50,000

200,000
35,000
60,000
24,700

200,000
35,000
60,000
24, 700

60,000

60,000

40,161
167, 280
32,490
406,086
1,109,418
259,287
99,965
100,000
65,063
81, 735
12, 300
408,081
32,140
13, 662
10,036
216, 262
4,256
15, 213

925,280
161,831
3, 243,788
122,902
666,974
104,879
1,111,885
443,549
87, 218

2643
2644
2645
2646
2647
2648
2649
2650
2651
2652
2653
2654
2655
2657
2658
2659
2660
2661
2662
2663
2664
2665
2666
2667
2669
2670
2671
2672
2673
2674
2675
2676
2677
2678
2679
2680
2682
2683
2684
2685
2686
2687

Bellefontaine National Bank, Bellefontaine,
Ohio 7
.".--.
First National Bank, Swayzee, Ind. 7
_
Hastings National Bank, Hastings, Mich.7
First National Bank, Paw Paw, Mich.7
Welden National Bank, St. Albans, VI.7
First National Bank in Bessemer, Ala.7
First National Bank, Hancock, Md. 7 7
First National Bank, Russellton, Pa. 7
First National Bank, Wyandotte, Mich.
._.
First National Bank, Litchfield, Nebr.7
First National Bank, Lykens, Pa. 7
First National Bank, Woodsfield, Ohio 7 7
Public National Bank, Rochester, N . H.
Commercial National Bank* Fond du 7
Lac, Wis.7.
Morris National Bank, Morris, Minn.
First National Bank, Chattanooga. Tenn. 5 7
Pittsfield National Bank, Pittsfield, Maine
First National Bank, East Palestine, Ohio 7
Union National Bank, Massillon, Ohio l
First National Bank, Finleyville, Pa.7
Farmers National Bank, Lake Geneva, Wis.7
First National Bank, Branchville, N. J.77
Palmyra National Bank, Palmyra, N. J.
Fort Fairfield National Bank, Fort Fairfield,
Maine 7
First National Bank, Crafton, P a 7 7
.
First National Bank, Roseto, Pa. .
Calais National Bank, Calais, Maine 7 7
Farmers National Bank, Houlton, Maine
Citizens National Bank, Stoughton, 7Wis.7
First National Bank, Burnham, Pa.
_
Farmers & Wabash National Bank, Wabash,
Ind. 7 ..
_
Montpelier National Bank, Montpelier, Ohio 7_
First National Bank, Monticello, 111.7—.
First National Bank, Savanna, 111.7 7
First National Bank, Mascoutah, 111.
State National Bank, Peru, 111.7
First National Bank, Chadwick, 111.77
First National Bank, Hampshire, 111.
National Bank of Niles Center, 111.7 7
_.
National Bank of Bellows Falls, Vt. _._ 7
Caribou National Bank, Caribou, Maine 7
First National Bank in Ponca City, Okla.
Anaheim First National Bank, Anaheim, Calif.7.
Farmers-Merchants National Bank, Princeton,
7
Wis.

2690
2691

Crestwood National Ban*k, Tuckahoe, N. Y.7
Mount Airy National Bank in Philadelphia, Pa.7.
Commercial National Bank in Jefferson, Tex.'
See footnotes at end of table.




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

12,1870
22,1907
25,1870
29,1865
17,1886
25.1903
21,1905
17,1914
14,1924
2,1906
24,1917
15.1900
28,1920
29.1901
15", 1902
25,1865
15,1889
20.1902
10,1865
6,1902
4,1900
20.1904
2,1920

100,000
25,000
50,000
50, 000
100,000
100,000
30,000
25,000
150,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
100,000
125,000
25,000
200,000
50,000
25,000
100,000
25,000
30,000
25,000
50,000

4781
6010
13002
1425
4252
9304
11257

May
Mar.
Oct.
May
Jan.
Nov.
Sept.

23,1892
5,1901
7,1926
30,1865
27,1890
25,1908
21,1918

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

354,800
71, 625

6309
5341
4826
8540
9736
13577
5619
11602
13218
1653
6190
9801
10228

June
Apr.
Nov.
Jan.
Mar.
Nov.
Nov.
Jan.
June
June
Feb.
June
June

13,1902
21,1900
17,1892
30,1907
28,1910
9,1931
1,1900
26,1920
14,1928
12,1865
12,1902
28,1910
26,1912

100,000
50, 000
100,000
50,000
50, 000
150 000
25,000
25,000
100,000
100,000
50,000
50, 000
50,000

288,950
164, 900
459, 500
166,250
172, 750

12575
12940
13113
13450

Aug.
Mar.
Aug.
Apr.

30,1924
18,1926
8,1927
3,1930

40,000
50,000
100,000
25.000

8,000
7,000

605,170
223,500
78, 500
3,500

124, 081
23, 250
9,000
687, 000
126, 500
195, 000
62, 500

339, 433
42, 776
55,915
49, 521
474, 498
251, 239
145,162
62,929
148, 821
52,701
121,196
40,714
50,536
634,169
76,324
1,003,349
101, 743
56,556
202,340
74,591
141,889
105,951
223,400

887, 595
276, 857
760,971
494, 501
1, 533, 772
1,037,997
541, 345
419,405
653, 572
156, 451
196,747
752,650
2,069,675
2,628,689
148,303

12,500
50,000

760,769
215, 229
62, 957

49, 400
25, 000
50,000
25,000

49, 400
25, 000
50,000
25, 030

189,710
130,681
38,350

1, 092, 787
806,628
259,106
1, 760, 092
742,161
387,036
138,644

157, 550
37, 500
99, 600
49, 997
50,000
49,600

157, 550
37, 500
99, 600
98, 860
49, 997
50, 000
49,600

99, 250
12, 500
49, 250
50, 000

99, 250
12, 500
49, 250
50, 000

100, 000

100, 000

49, 997
50,000
24, 760
49,400
78,570
29, 700
25,000
50, 000
10,000
50,000
48,980
100,000
372,450
25,000

100,000
49,997
50,000
24, 760
49, 400
78, 570
29, 700
25, 000
50,000
10,000
59,000
48', 980
100,000
372,450
25,000

"So," 666

"56,666

25,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
12, 500

25,000

200,000 Jan. 8,1934
50,000
do
50, 000
.do100,000 Jan. 9,1934
do
50, 000
50, 000 Jan. 10,1934
do
25,000

12,500
50, 000

160, 000 J a n . 11,1934
60, 000 J a n . 12,1934
do
150,000
100, 000
100, 000
..do..
.do..
150,000
50, 000
_do..
25, 000
_do.
100, 000
a. 15,1934
100,000
.do
100,000
_do
50, 000
75, 000
..do

426, 200
100,000 Dec. 26,1933
50,000
do
115, 300
50,000 j Dec. 27,1933
410, 500
75,000 Dec. 28,1933
600, 740
do
100,000
339,000
do...
100,000
513,000
30,000 ____o
49,500
25,000 . . . . . d o . . .
74,500
150,000 —_do
6,000
25,000 Dec. 29,1933
89,250
50,000
39, 750
do
50,000 Jan. 2,1934
106,000
150,000
73,000
do._.
500,000
829,375
do..
25,000
30,500
do
4, 261,250 2,500,000 Jan. 3,1934
50,000
do
261,500
25,000
37,250
do
150,000
.do..
763,250
25,000 Jan. 4,1934
26,750
50,000 Jan. 5,1934
103,100
50,000 Jan. 6,1934
81, 500
do
50, 000
21, 500

1784
8820
1745
1521
3482
6961
7859
10493
12616
8093
11062
5414
11893
6015
6310
1606
4188
6593
1318
6420
5592
7364
11793

40, 000
..do..
100, 000
_do_.
125,000
do
25,000! Jan. 16,1934

100,000

25,000
50,000
25,000
12,500

241, 784
52,173
44, 284
54,574
97,316
53,130
26,433
84, 702
161,172
825, 839
46,146
262, 080
345, 231
261, 411
9,193

I,99l,l89
1, 249, 328
538,860
350, 660
728,896
337, 790

'l, 459,185
438,103
627, 083
616,396
654,291
1, 373, 648
119,811
185, 383
868, 539
480, 305
1,131,645
1,107, 639
368, 375
307, 918
393," 973
377, 513

TABLE N O . 33.—National banks in charge of receivers during year ended October 31, 1936, dates of organization and appointment of receivers, to
capital at date of organization and at date of failure, dividends paid while solvent, lawful money deposited with Treasurer of the Untied 00
States to redeem circulation to October 31, 1936, circulation outstanding, borrowed money, and total deposits at date of failure—Continued
Organization

Name and location of bank

National Bank of Pico, Calif.7...
National Bank of Orange County at Chelsea, Vt.7_
Miners National Bank, Ishpeming, Mich.7
First National Bank, Birdsboro, Pa.7
Salt Springs National Bank, Syracuse, N. Y.7
Wilshire National Bank, Los Angeles, Calif.7
Cedar Rapids National Bank, Cedar Rapids,
Iowa l
2700 First National Bank, Darby, Pa.7
2701 Seven Valleys National Bank, Seven Valleys,
Pa.7
2702 First National Bank & Trust Co., Yonkers,
N. Y.7._
2703 Edisto National Bank, Orangeburg, S. C.7
2704 First National Bank, Eaton, Colo.79
2705 First National Bank, Olive, Calif.7 J 9
2706 First National Bank, Radcliffe, Iowa
2707 Mount Vernon National Bank & Trust Co.,
Mount Vernon, Ind. * fl
2709 First National Bank, Van Buren, Maine <
2711 National City Bank, New Rochelle, N. Y.7
2712 First National Bank, Greenup, Ky. 7
2713 First National Bank, Linton, Ind. 7
2714 First National Bank, Logan, W. Va.7
2715 First National Bank, Youngsville, Pa.'
2716 Farmers National Bank, Fairfax, S. Dak.i 7
2717 First Inland National Bank, Pendleton, 7Oreg. ___
2718 First National Bank, Brockport, N. Y.
2719 First National Bank & Trust Co., Mamaroneck,
N.Y.i
_..
2720 Wabash National Bank, Wabash, Ind. 1 2721 United States National Bank, Vancouver, Wash.
2722 First National Bank, Marietta, Ohio 7
2723 First National Bank, Jasonville, Ind. 7
2724 First National Bank, Edgewater, N. J.7

2692
2693
2694
2696
2697




Charter
no.

Date

Capital

Total
dividends
paid during existence as a
national
banking
association

Failures

Capital

Receiver
appointed

Lawful
money
deposited

Circulation outstanding
at date
of failure

Borrowed
money
(bills
payable,
rediscounts,
etc.) at
date of
failure
$39, 367
43,092
191, 605
145, 881
1,144, 260
103, 656

$125, 389
863. 714
2,147, 928
814, 354
4,165, 850
285, 038

o
o

1, 608, 526
1, 229, 963

2, 967, 666

o

209,439

F
W

4,1928
9,1893
26,1900
26,1888
20,1865
14,1924

$50, 000
50, 000
100. 000
50, 000
200, 000
200,000

$150,000
486,000
276,750
2, 249, 000
52,000

$50, 000
50,000
100, 000
50,000
800, 000
200,000

Jan. 16,1934
Jan. 17,1934
do.
Jan. 19,1934
Jan. 22,1934
do

$49,997
100, 000
48, 260

$49, 997
100, 000
48, 260

3643 Feb. 28,1887
4428 July 15,1890

100, 000
50,000

1, 447, 500
407, 500

600,000 Jan. 23,1934
do
250, 000

100,000

100, 000

9507 May 25,1909

25,000

19, 250

25, 000

25, 000

295, 700
110, 000
49, 995
15, 000

295, 700
110, 000
49, 995
15,000

12, 500

12,500

24, 640
100, 000
12, 500
47, 960

24, 640
100,000
12, 500
47, 960

2,1934

99,99F
50, 000

99,995
50,000

153, 235
257, 350
3,119, 707
10, 450
701
946, 739
53,183
29, 225
1,208,898
158,607

150,000
..do..
200,000
..do..
100,000 Feb. 5,1934
do
500,000
do
50, 000
50,000 ... do

100,000
500.000
25,000
39,050

100,000
500,000
25,000
39,050

1,852,011
27,085
103
687, 257
30, 531
81, 643

13179
4929
5668
3905
1287
12577

Feb.
Sept.
Dec.
Apr.
May
Aug.

..do..

.do1, 394, 774 1, 000, 000
110,000
195,000
50,000 Jan. 26,1934
107,138
25,000 ..._do
3,500
50, 000 Jan. 30,1934
124,000

653
10650
6057
10891
6435

Dec.
Oct.
Dec.
July
Sept.

9,1864
19,1914
7,1901
25,1916
15,1902

150, 000
100,000
25,000
25,000
50,000

12780
10628
6427
7037
7411
8136
8165
12325
13576
382

June
June
Aug.
Oct.
July
Feb.
Mar.
Feb.
Oct.
Aprl

22,1925
9,1914
18.1902
31.1903
25.1904
19,1906
10,1906
3,1923
19,1931
4,1864

50,000
25,000
100,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
30,000
50,000
400,000
50,000

3,000
62, 250
945, 500
107, 000
170,300
283, 500
64, 500

M a y 28,1900
Aug. 15,1888
Jan. 11,1910
Nov. 14,1863
July 11,1904
July 12,1906

50,000
120,000
100,000
50,000
25,000
25,000

287,000
392, 000
64, 500
1, 654, 250
130, 250
20, 500

5411
3935
9646
142
7342
8401

25,000

468, 607

50,000
75,000
500,000
50,000
100,000
150,000
50,000
50,000
400,000
75,000

do
Jan. 31,1934
Feb. 1,1934
....do
do
... do
.do..
Feb.

Total
deposits
at date af
failure

36, 277

4, 459, 262 12, 746, 547
622, 361 1, 560,498
84, 703
255,432
13, 401
69,927
8,056
269,084
7,127, 736
397,467
846,220
1, 978,132

I
w
H
_
2
2
g

;::" a
:::"
3," 181, 589
1, 444, 630
I,"623,"579
2,329, 475
382, 473
890, 871

^
O

2725
2726
2727
2728
2729
2730
2731
2732
2733
2734
2735
2736
2737
2738
2739
2741
2742
2743
2744
2745
2746
2747
2748
2749
2750
2751
2752
2753
2754
2755
2756
2757
2758
2759
2761
2762
2763
2764
2765
2766
2767
2768
2770
2771
2772
2773
2774
2775

First National Bank, Johnstown, Pa. 7
First National Bank, Bryan, Ohio 7
Seneca National Bank, West Seneca, N . Y.7
Farmers National Bank, Bryan, Ohio 7
First National Bank, West Allis, Wis. 7
First National Bank, Hempstead, N . Y.7
Bright National Bank, Flora, Ind. 7
Security National Bank, Randolph, Nebr. 7
First National Bank, Mountain Grove, Mo. 7
Union National Bank, Scranton, Pa. 7
Macon Ridge National Bank, Delhi, La. 7
Elmhurst National Bank, New York, N . Y . 7 . . . .
Newtown National Bank, New York, N . Y. 7
First National Bank in Lowell, Ind. 1
First National Bank in Ness City, Kans. 7
County National Bank, Clearfield, Pa. 7
Citizens Third National Bank & Trust Co.,
Greensburg, Ind. 7
,
First National Bank, Enosburg Falls, Vt. 7
First National Bank, Coeburn, Va. 7
First National Bank & Trust Co. in Orlando, Fla. 7
First National Bank, Holly Grove, Ark. 7
First National Bank & Trust Co., Fleetwood,Pa. 7
Farmers National Bank, Oxford, Pa. 7
First National Bank & Trust Co. at Flint, Mich. 7 .
First National Bank, Freeland, Pa. 7
First National Bank, East Rutherford, N . J . 7 . . . .
First National Bank, Clarksville, Tex. 7
National Bank of Hudson, Hudson, Wis. 7 9
First National Bank in Webster Groves, Mo. 7 9 -.
First National Bank, La Grange, III.7
First National Bank, Fremont, Ohio 7
First National Bank, Eaton Rapids, Mich. 7
First National Bank, Lyndhurst, N . J.7
-._
Stockgrowers & Farmers National Bank, Wallowa, Oreg.7
Yardley National Bank, Yardley, Pa. 7
First National Bank & Trust Co., Ludington,
Mich. 7
.
Mobile National Bank, Mobile, Ala. 1 9
First National Bank, Urbana, 111.7
Collingswood National Bank, Collingswood,N. J. 7
Capital National Bank, Lansing, Mich. 7
First National Bank, Manawa, Wis. 7
First National Bank, Dawson Springs, Ky. 7
First National Bank, Granville, 111.7
Farmers National Bank, Cotton Plant, Ark. 7
Grand National Bank, St. Louis, Mo. 7
Taylorville National Bank, Taylorville, 111.1
Farmers National Bank, Garner, Iowa 7 9
New Albany National Bank, New Albany, Ind. 7 .

See footnotes at end of table.




400, 000
150,000
50, 000
200, 000
150,000
500,000
25,000
50, 000
25,000
500,000
25, 000
200, 000
200, 000
50, 000
25, 000
500, 000

do
Feb. 7,1934
do
Feb. 8,1934
Feb. 9,1934
Feb. 13,1934
do
do
Feb. 19,1934
Feb. 21,1934
do
...do
do
do
_._do
Feb. 26,1934

397, 650
149, 640

397, 650
149,640

198, 500
148, 560
250, 000
25, 000
50,000
12, 320
500,000
25,000
100,000

198, 500
148, 560
250,000
25, 000
50, 000
12, 320
500,000
25, 000
100, 000

25, 000
495, 237

25,000
495, 237

do
..do
Feb. 27,1934
do
do
do _
do
do
Feb. 28,1934
M a r . 1,1934
do
do
do
M a r . 2,1934
M a r . 5,1934
do
do

140,000
19, 995
100, 000
50, 000
10,000
125, 000
73, 800
200,000
75,000

140,000
19,995
100, 000
50,000
10,000
125,000
73, 800
200,000
75,000

11,606
734, 500
277,475
116,500

150, 000
25, 000
100, 000
200,000
25, 000
125, 000
75,000
400, 000
150,000
50, 000
50, 000
50, 000
100, 000
100, 000
200, 000
50, 000
100,000

99, 550
25, 000
99,997

99, 550
25, 000
99,997

314,538
122,082
108, 842
515, 525
33,879
202, 724
137,105
667, 224
65,900
96, 712
29, 673
55,000
102, 425
10,417
263, 663
102,957
329, 261

50,000
50,000

95, 500
233, 500

50,000 M a r . 6,1934
125,000 M a r . 7,1934

25,000
100,000

25, 000
100,000

100, 680
166,098

138, 818
325, 514

50, 000
200,000
50,000
25,000
100,000
25,000
25, 000
50,000
25, 000
200, 000
150,000
25, 000
300,000

542, 500
30, 000
511, 500
147,132
987, 500
62, 500
4,800
69,000
12, 750
202, 000
186, 000
87,000
1, 300,050

M a r . 8,1934
do
M a r . 13,1934
do
doM a r . 14,1934
do
M a r . 15,1934
M a r . 19,1934
...do.
do
M a r . 20,1934
M a r . 23,1934

99,160

99,160

873, 847

12, 500
100,000
600,000
25,000
40,000

12, 500
100,000
600,000
25,000
40,000

500,000

500,000

25,000
99, 550

25,000
99,550

105, 567
489,780
164, 204
186, 858
1,167, 783
87, 666
82,492
53,166
41,020
340,729
300,125
127, 282
198.239

51
237
12925
2474
6908
4880
8014
7477
7282
8737
10912
13035
13379
5931
8142
855

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

15.1882
8,1863
27,1925
26,1880
27,1903
2,1893
13.1905
2,1904
3,1904
4,1907
11.1916
5,1927
6,1929
11.1901
17.1906
6,1865

100,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
500,000
25, 000
200,000
200,000
50,000
25, 000
100, 000

2,177,000
663, 335
9,000
473, 500
264, 375
700,000
41, 250
150, 750
51, 500
780,000
16, 250

2844
7614
6899
10069
12296
8939
2906
10997
6175
12223
3973
10510
12781
12653
5
2367
10417

Dec.
Feb.
July
Aug.
Dec.
June
Feb.
Apr.
Feb.
May
Jan.
Apr.
June
Feb.
May
July
May

4,1882
11,1905
21,1903
1,1911
7,1922
20.1907
27.1883
13.1917
15.1902
31,1922
26,1889
8,1914
26,1925
18,1925
23,1863
3,1877
20,1913

50, 000
25, 000
25, 000
50, 000
25, 000
25, 000
75, 000
200, 000
50, 000
50, 000
50, 000
50, 000
100, 000
100, 000
100, 000
50,000
50,000

549, 750
39, 750
198, 566
149, 000
16, 250
161, 000
254, 250
424, 000
177, 250
11,000
264,000
80, 000

9002 Oct. 26,1907
4207 Oct. 25,1889
28.1882
24,1928
29.1883
1,1905
16.1906
16.1907
21,1919
17,1913
29,1922
5,1922
6,1907
22,1906
3,1865

2773
13195
2915
7983
8148
8710
11548
10458
12219
12220
8940
8367
775

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

83,000
62, 750
3,067,847

100,000
200, 000
50,000
100, 000
600,000
25, 000
40,000
50,000
25, 000
700, 000
150, 000
50,000
150,000

2, 372,076 11,011,789
103,863
802,053
143,334
627, 266
64, 268
1, 382, 020
342, 688
1, 548,112
248,801
4,149, 523
26, 298
300, 822
129, 419
197, 421
50,806
149,800
1, 451, 031 2,911,055
73, 844
137,404
105, 957
692, 607
138, 218
451,093
34,305
225, 745
116,384
1,175,007
3, 428, 707
597,057
634, 276
211, 297
2,114,277
30, 597
567, 716
408, 388
6, 697, 624
2,035, 377
455,028
288,430
358, 080
162,718
536, 677
2,076,116
415, 795
938,937

647, 096
1, 217, 393
12, 439,374
300,777
236,144
370, 989
63, 204
1,833, 496
267,932
801,311

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TABLE N O . 33.—National banks in charge of receivers during year ended October 31, 1936, dates of organization and appointment of receivers,
capital at date of organization and at date of failure, dividends paid while solvent, lawful money deposited with Treasurer of the United
States to redeem circulation to October 31, 1936, circulation outstanding, borrowed money, and total deposits at date of failure—Continued
Organization

Name and location of bank

2776
2777
2778
2779
2780
2781
2782
2783
2784
2785
2786
2787
2788
2790
2791
2792
2793
2794
2795
2796
2797
2798
2799
2800
2801
2802
2803
2804
2805
2806
2807
2809
2810

Second National Bank, New Albany, Ind. 7
Citizens National Bank, South Bend, Ind. 7
First National Bank, Mayville, Wis. 7 «
Wisconsin Hational Bank, Watertown, Wis. 7
First National Bank, Ambler, Pa. 7
_
Bethlehem National Bank, Bethlehem, Pa. 7
Old National Bank, Waupaca, Wis. 7
First National Bank, Honaker, Va.7
First National Bank, San Gabriel, Calif.7
First National Bank, Conrad, Iowa 1 9
First National Bank, Windsor, Mo. 7
Boulder National Bank, Boulder, Colo.3 7
First Sterling National Bank, Sterling, 111.7
Elk National Bank, Fayetteville, Tenn. 7
First National Bank, Hillsdale, Mich. 7
First National Bank, Toledo, Ohio 7
First National Bank, Fayetteville, Tenn. 7 9
State National Bank, Shawnee, Okla.7-First National Bank, Perry, Okla.7
First National Bank, Webster Springy, W. Va.7__
Citizens National Bank, Franklin, Ind. 7
Carlstadt National Bank, Carlstadt, N . J . 7 . - .
First National Bank, Grundy Center, Iowa *
First National Bank, Napoleon, Ohio l •
First National Bank, Hendricks, Minn. 1
First National Bank, Clarion, Pa. 7
First National Bank, Camden, Ark. 3 7_
_._
Farmers National Bank, Fayetteville, Tenn. 7
Arkansas National Bank, Fayetteville, Ark. 1
First National Bank, Rockwood, Pa. 7
Farmers & Merchants National Bank, Rockwood, Pa. 7
First National Bank, Council Bluffs, Iowa 7
Tower City National Bank, Tower City, Pa.7___
First National Bank & Trust Co., Frackville, Pa. 7




Charter
no.

Date

Capital

Total
dividends
paid during existence as a
national
banking
association

6,1874
2,1892
19,1914
27,1865
12,1884
10,1888
6,1890
5,1912
5,1922
24,1909
12,1909
19,1884
15,1870
31,1907
16,1863
10,1865
9,1873
2,1902
15,1903
30,1906
3,1889
21,1900
10,1884
12,1899
6,1902
23,1865
22,1889
18,1912
8,1907
28,1900

$100,000
100,000
50,000
50,000
55,000
50,000
50,000
25,000
50,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
100, 000
75,000
50,000
200,000
60,000
100,000
50, 000
25,000
50,000
30,000
50,000
50, 000
25,000
100,000
50, 000
50,000
100,000
25,000

$1,084,000
934,250
29,500
484, 250
420, 750
696, 681
197, 500
77,100
26,000
20,000
34,000
261, 250
1,184,829
246,000
537,083
3,481,500
363, 360
255,000
121,875
17,000
304, 250
195, 000
282,000
117,000
87,250
562,000
378,375
48,000
276, 500
114, 500

M a y 4,1910
1479 June 1,1865
6117 Jan. 22,1902
7860 June 22,1905

25, 000
50,000
25,000
50,000

11, 250
982,000
199,750
202,648

2166
4764
10653
1010
3220
3961
4424
1025:
12253
9447
9519
3246
171
8555
168
91
2114
6416
6972
8360
3967
5416
3225
5218
6468
774
4066
10198
8786
5340

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

Failures

Capital

$300,000
700,000
50,000
75,000
250,000
300,000
50,000
35,000
50,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
200,000
75,000
100,000
500,000
60,000
100,000
50,000
25,000
100,000
100,000
50,000
50, 000
25,000
100,000
150,000
50,000
150,000
25,000

Receiver
appointed

Lawful
money
deposited

Circulation outstanding
at date
of failure

Mar. 23,1934
do
-—do
Mar. 26,1934
do
do
do
do
Mar. 27,1934
Mar. 28,1934
....do
do.
Mar. 29,1934
Mar. 30,1934
Apr. 3,1934
do
Apr. 9,1934
do
do
do
Apr. 10,1934
do.
Apr. 11,1934
do.
do.
Apr. 16,1934
do
—.do..
....do
Apr. 20,1934

$292,850
700,000
50,000

$292,850
700,000
50,000

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

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

25,000

25, 000

25,000
.do.
300,000
_do.
50, 000 ....do
125,000 Apr. 23,1934

25,000
200,000
50,000
50,000

25, 000
200,000
50,000
50,000

49, 520

49, 520

149,150
73,950
99, 600
498,150
60,000
100,000
25,000
6,250

149,150
73,950
99,600
498,150
60,000
100,000
25, 000
6,250

100,000

100,000

100,000
110,000
50,000

100,000
110,000
50,000

Borrowed
money
(bills
payable,
rediscounts,
etc.) at
date of
failure

Total
deposits
at date of
failure

$129,980 $1, 753,371
2,811,2C4
1,914, 520
317,405
69, 703
848,186
127,305
1, 741,486
507,481
4,335, 044
1,484,873
596,588
109,677
346,420
116, 518
239,918
92,143
21,136
73, 794
140,759
75,991
433,370
112,110
1,274,042
222, 940
663, 243
123,363
766,461
752,999
5,430, 921
60, 240
294,118
137,440
1,386,178
58, 429
411,123
61, 562
379,775
123,787
480,473
255, 980
865,611
54,821
69, 6C0
•—•
61, 656
13,065
I, 478,408
166,089
823,192
17,100
127,677
84, 810
95,429 ~"~5l6,"l38
51, 626
443,894
140,423
283,381

100,960
2,003,362
1, 205,060
1,359, 548

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Carrollton National Bank, Carrollton, Ky. 7
First National Bank, Oxford, N . Y.7
Whitman County National Bank, Rosalia,
Wash, 7
._.
_
2816 East Berlin National Bank, East Berlin, Pa. 7
2816 First National Bank, Naperville, 111. 7 .... 7
2817 Lee County National Bank, Marianna, Ark.
2818 First National Bank, Bradford, Ohio 79
2819 First National Bank, Indiana, Pa. 7
2820 First National Bank, Elton, La.7
2821 Planters National Bank, Fredericksburg, Va.i__
2822 City National Bank, Goshen, Ind. 7
_
_
2823 First National Bank, Beaver Falls, Pa. 7
2824 First National Bank, Midland, Md. 7 7
2826 Peoples National Bank, Bronson, Mich.
2827 Hewlett-Woodmere National Bank, Woodmere,
N . Y.7
2828 Lincoln National Bank, Lincoln, 111.7 7
2829 Peoples National Bank, Lakewood, N . J.
2830 Coldwater National Bank, Coldwater, Mich. 7 ..
2831 Hancock County National Bank, Carthage, 111.7.
2832 Commercial National Bank, Philadelphia, Pa. 7 .
2833 First National Bank, Charleroi, Pa. 7
2834 First National Bank, Clifton Heights, Pa.7
2835 American National Bank, Marshfleld, Wis.7
2836 First National Bank, Hartford City, Ind. 7
2837 Farmers National Bank, Crystal Lake, Iowa 7_.
2838 First National Bank, Antigo, Wis.7
2839 Langlade National Bank, Antigo, Wis.7
2840 American-First National Bank, Mount Carmel,
111.7.
2841 First National Bank, Breese, 111.7
2842 First National Bank & Trust Co., Ford City, Pa.7
2843 First National Bank, Tigerton, Wis. 7
2844 Citizens National Bank, Winterset, Iowa 7
2845 First National Bank, Frostburg, Md.7_
2846 First National Bank, West Concord, Minn. 7
2847 First National Bank, Saegertown, Pa.i
2848 Aurora National Bank, Aurora, 111.7
2849 First National Bank, La Junta, Colo.77
2850 First National Bank, Secaucus, N. J.
2851 First National Bank, Tuscumbia, Ala. 7 ...
2852 First National Bank, Howell, Mich.7
2853 Ocean City National Bank, Ocean City, 7N . J. 7 ..
2854 First National Bank in Sea Bright, N . J.
2855 First-Farmers National Bank, Arcanum, Ohio 7 .
2856 Herkimer National Bank, Herkimer, N. Y.*7
2857 First National Bank, Mingo Junction, Ohio
2858 First & Tri State National Bank & Trust Co.,
Fort Wayne, Ind.L
_
_
2859 First National Bank, Darlington, Wis. 7 .
See footnotes at end of table.
2812
2813
2814




3074
273

Oct. 23,1883
Feb. 10,1864

60,000
70,000

194,900
895,000

60,000 Apr. 25,1934
100,000
do..

60,000
99,120

60,000
99,120

139,385
83,000

651,427
836,873

43,000
25,000

43,000
25,'000

234,170
932,240
421, 293
395, 233
309, 569
3, 771,991
64,000

9273
6878
4551
10854
9163
313
11541
10325
2067
3356
5331
9704

Sept.
May
Feb.
May
May
Dec.
Nov.
Feb.
Sept.
June
Apr.
Mar.

28,1908
27,1903
26,1891
4,1916
6,1908
10,1863
13,1919
4,1913
25,1872
2,1885
24,1900
7,1910

40,000
25,000
50, 000
50,000
25,000
200,000
50,000
75,000
50,000
50,000
25, 000
25,000

118, 500
94,000
273, 375
63,800
118, 750
1, 706, 000

do
Apr. 26,1934
Apr. 27,1934
May 1,1934
.do.
May 2,1934
do
May 3,1934
May 8,1934
do
May 9,1934
do

123, 300
198, 500

123, 300
198, 500

98,000
148,120
25,000
50, 000

98,000
148,120
25,000
50, 000

64,338
47,307
266,310
334,983
143,047
803, 530
12,619
212,301
299,200
207,061
40,614
73,422

12294
3369
7291
1235
1167
3604
4534
6275
5437
6959
9853
5143
5942

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

29,1922
1,1885
21,1904
30,1865
24,1865
7,1886
12,1891
17.1902
7.1900
18.1903
22,1910
31,1898
1.1901

50,000
60,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
200, 000
50,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
25,000
50,000
50,000

12, 500
50,000 .....do
150,000 May 10,1934
672,000
150,000 May 14,1934
234, 500
100,000 May 15,1934
771,000
140,000 May 22,1934
433,067
do
3,643, 500 2,000,000
50, 000
do
281,750
50,000 . . . . . d o . . .
167,250
150,000 May 23,1934
335, 250
75,000
.do
60,875
do.
25,000
19,000
100, 000 May 31,1934
319,250
100,000
do
249, 500

12,130
150,000
146, 600
100,000
75,000
950,000
50,000
49,150
150,000
50,000
25,000
98,950
100,000

12,130
150,000
146, 600
100,000
75,000
950, 000
50,000
49,150
150,000
50,000
25,000
98, 950
100,000

179,776
232,426
503,567
156, 530
85, 713
4,892,140
359,645
393,246
585,916
65,759
39, 993
125, 797
139,343

947,395
1,306, 298
1,415, 597
557,993
642,535
8,150, 620
1, 786, 566
1, 257,191
946, 771
345,992
78, 759
1,018, 602
762,824

5782
9893
5130
5446
2002
4149
5362
11910
2945
4507
9380
11281
11586
12521
13552
4839
5141
5694

Apr.
Oct.
June
June
May
Oct.
May
Dec.
Apr.
Nov.
Mar.
Dec.
Jan.
Nov.
June
Dec.
July
Nov.

5,1901
14,1910
24,1898
9,1900
11,1872
30,1889
7,1900
31,1920
30,1883
19,1890
17,1909
17,1918
19,1920
16,1923
2,1931
10,1892
30,1898
24,1900

50,000
50,000
50,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
100,000
50,000
25,000
50,000
100,000
100,000
50,000
50,000
75,000
25,000

280,625
90,0OC
326,750
63,450
480,250
219,000
108,000
12,750
942,000
241,500
110, 500
61,500
86,000
4,000

98,950
50,000
124,100
39,500
199,100
49,050
50,000

98,950
50,000
124,100
39, 500
199,100
49,050
50,000

1,472, 742
239,043
1, 506, 601
253, 619
451,805
1,218,519
280,627

99,150
49,100
25,000
39,450
98,050
79,500

99,150
49,100
25,000
39,450
98, 050
79, 500

140,875
665,000
121,250

100,000
.do..
50,000
_do..
125,000 June 4,1934
do.
40,000
do.
200,000
50,000 .....do
50,000 June 6,1934
do.
25,000
300,000 June 18,1934
do.
50,000
do.
100,000
.do..
. 75,000
_do_.
100,000
_do_.
100,000
do.
50,000
100,000 June 21,1934
200, 000
do
25,000 .....do

11 May 6,1882
3161 Mar. 20,1884

300,000
50,000

2,867,868
312,000

2,250,000 June 22,1934
75,000 June 25,1934

138,000
372,388
479,250
59, 750
67,500

50,000
25,000
75,000
80,000
125,000
200, 000
50,000
100,000
100, 000
150,000
25,000
50,000

100,000

100,000

25,000

"25,~666

362,039
35, 598
225, 946
29,953
45, 732
333,870
69,625
25,650
1,044,598
84,188
307,445
62,803
86,116
347,943
52,529
76,836
1,158,653
76,115

74, 500

160,439
147.457

74, 500

768,774
1,085,934
234,277
210,912

1, 707,192
298,033
1,042,915
347,029
400,663
427,910
222,732
260,502
687,424
572, 289

to

TABLE N O . 33.—National banks in charge of receivers during year ended October 31, 1936, dates of organization and appointment of receivers, fcO
capital at date of organization and at date of failure, dividends paid while solvent, lawful money deposited with Treasurer of the United Ox
States to redeem circulation to October 31, 1936, circulation outstanding, borrowed money, and total deposits at date of failure—Continued fcO
Organization

Name and location of bank

2860
2861
2862
2863
2864
2865
2866
2867
2868
2870
2871
2872
2873
2874
2875
2876
2877
2878
2879
2881
2882
2883
2884
2885
2886
2887
2889

Northwestern National Bank & Trust Co., Philadelphia, Pa.7___
First National Bank, Dalhart, Tex. 7
First National Bank of M t . Healthy, Mount
Healthy, Ohio 7
First National Bank, Belle vue, Iowa 7 •
National Bank of Ionia, Ionia, Mich. 7
First National Bank, Millen, Ga.7
Burnside National Bank, Burnside, Pa. 7
Ticonic National Bank, Waterville, Maine l
Security National Bank, Clinton, Okla.7
First National Bank, Livingston, 111.7
First National Bank, Hooversville, Pa. 7
Citizens National Bank, Hooversville, Pa. 7
National Bank of Ashland, Ashland, Nebr. 7
Citizens National Bank, West Alexander, Pa. 7 ...
First National Bank, Lima, Mont. 6 8
Merchants & Farmers National Bank, Charlotte,
N . C.7
Farmers National Bank, Haviland, Ohio 1
First National Bank, Forest City, Pa. 7
Farmers & Miners National Bank, Forest City,
Pa. 7
Second National Bank, Erie, Pa. 7
Citizens National Bank, Faribault, Minn. 7
Valley National Bank, Green Lane, Pa. 7
American National Bank, Lincoln, Ill.i
Southwestern National Bank, Philadelphia, Pa. 7 .
First National Bank, Bridgeville, Pa. 7
First National Bank, Scribner, Nebr. 7
First National Bank, Foley, Minn. 7
National Bank of Shawneetown, Shawneetown,
111.7
First National Bank, Patton, Pa. 7
First National Bank, Bethesda, Ohio 7




Charter
no.

Date

Capital

Total
dividends
paid during existence as a
national
banking
association

Failures

Capital

Receiver
appointed

Lawful
moneydeposited

Circulation outstanding
at date
of failure

3491 Apr.
6762 Mar.

3,1886
3,1903

$200,000
25, 000

$1,456, 750
162, 625

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

24,1905
2,1923
9,1901
17,1908
11.1920
3,1865
15.1921
21.1920
27,1902
17,1919
26,1883
24.1921
3,1919

25,000
75,000
50,000
25,000
50,000
100, 000
50,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
25, 000
25,000

99,875
22, 875
238, 600
37, 000
6,000
582, 000
65, 500

1781 Jan. 17,1871
10436 Aug. 1,1913
5518 June 4,1900

150,000
25,000
25,000

1, 437,828
3,000
276,750

200, 000 July 24,1934
25, 000 Aug. 9,1934
150,000 Aug. 10,1934

200, 000

200, 000

50,000

"50,666

18,1908
14,1864
21,1871
30,1908
18,1886
13,1886
5,1903
3,1903
25,1905

50,000
200,000
80,000
25,000
50,000
200,000
50,000
25,000
25,000

66, 750
2,380, 667
480, 400
67, 750
455, 500
496, 000
49,000
74,000
72, 500

50,000
500,000
80, 000
50, 000
150,000
300, 000
50, 000
25,000
25, 000

.....do
A u g . 13,1934
A u g . 14,1934
A u g . 15,1934
.do.
A u g . 17,1934
Sept. 20,1934
do
....do

50,000
250,000

50,000
250, 000

50, 000

50, 000

49, 997
50,000
8,000
25,000

7752 Apr. 24,1905
4857 Sept. 13,1893
5602 June 21, 1900

25,000
50,000
25,000

55, 250
432,000
61, 5001

25, 000 Sept. 21,1934
200,000
do.
25.000
.do..

25, 000
200,000
25,000

7661
12303
5789
9088
11902
762
12050
11845
6250
11413
2921
11993
11492

9248
606
1863
9084
3613
3498
6636
6901
7933

Aug.
Nov.
July
Jan.
Dec.
Apr.
Jan.
July
Aug.

65, 250
31, 500
280,300
48, 500

$500,000 June 25,1934
75,000
do
75,000
75,000
150,000
25,000
50, 000
200, 000
50,000
25, 000
25, 000
25,000
60,000
25, 000
25,000

do
do
June 26,1934
do
do
June 28,1934
do.
July 5,1934
July 12,1934
do.
July 16,1934
do
July 19,1934

$197,400
75, 000

Borrowed
money
(bills
payable,
rediscounts,
etc.) at
date of
failure

Total
deposits
at date of
failure

$197, 400
75, 000

$3,043, 562
120,011

$3,820, 635
300,814

140, 694
138,279
121,472
47, 398
42, 610
567, 633
92,024
39,839
65, 296
51,165
8,203
16,895

968, 524
390,909
1,115, 091
37, 960
102,096

532, 931
13, 057
157,022

1,306,458

74,050

74,050

147, 700
24, 650
49, 350

147, 700
24, 650
49, 350

24, 700
25,000
25, 000
60,000
25,000
25, 000

24, 700
25, 000
25, 000
60,000
25, 000
25, 000

400,854
155, 360
341, 732
232, 998
221,109
302, 242
41, 950

1,085,121
617,870
8, 457, 648
1,019,507
522,935

49,997
50,000
8,000
25,000

240,391
952,074
379,332
179,869
276, 366
1,034, 202
125,958
251, 899
125, 795

25,000
200,000
25,000

76,1
269, 902
43, 307

197, 473
1, 586, 520
535,877

1,135,026
643, 205
430, 643
144,970

2891
2892
2893
2894
2895
2896
2897

2900
2901
2902
2903
2904
2905
2906
2907
2908
2909
2910
2911
29.12
2913
2914
2915
2916
2917
2918
2919
2920
2921
2922
2923
2924
2925
2926
2927
2928
2929
2930
2931
2932
2933
2934
2935
2936

See

First National Bank, West Milton, Ohio 7
National Bank of Pontiac, Pontiac, 7111.7
First National Bank, Clinton, Ky.
Sixth National Bank, Philadelphia, Pa.7 7
First National Bank, East Rochester, N. Y.
Crystal 7 Falls National Bank, Crystal Falls,
Mich.
Iron County National Bank, Crystal Falls,
Mich.7.
Farmers National Bank, Hodgenville, Ky.1
Merchants National Bank, Pottsville, Pa.7
7
First National Bank, Malvern, Ark.1
First National Bank, Greene, N. Y. »
Farmers National Bank & Trust Co., Bedford,
Pa.7
First National Bank & Trust Co., Bedford, Pa.7.
Reading National Bank & Trust Co., Reading,
Pa.7
Citizens National Bank, Greenwood, Ind.7 9 7
First National Bank & Trust Co., Hamburg, Pa. .
Ozone Park National Bank, New York, N. Y____
First National Bank, Rockwood, Tenn.7
First National Bank, Shenandoah, Pa.7
Farmers National Bank & Trust Co., Reading,
Pa.7
First National Bank, Gratz, Pa.7
.
Peru National Bank, Peru, 111.1
First National Bank, Lanark, 111.7
First National Bank, Pleasantvilie, ISi. J.7 7
First National Bank in Manistique, Mich. 7
Penn National Bank & Trust Co., Reading, Pa. _.
First National Bank, West New York, N.7 J.7
Citizens National Bank, Shenandoah, Pa.
First National Bank, Robinson, 111.1 1
First National Bank in Harrison, Ark.
National Bank of Herndon, Herndon,1Va.8
First National Bank, Seabright, N. J.
First National Bank, Nephi, Utah77
First National Bank, DuQuoin, 111.
Eau Claire National Bank, Eau Claire, Wis.1
American National Bank, Shreveport, La.1
Citizens National Bank, Winchester, Ky.1
First National Bank, Pender, Nebr.8
Farmers National Bank, Sardinia, Ohio 8 1
Citizens National Bank, Barnesville, Ga.
Old First National Bank, Mount Vernon, Ind.1.
Commercial National Bank, Bradford, Pa.8
Livingston County National Bank, Pontiac, 1 1.
111.
Commercial National Bank, Shreveport, La.
Atlantic National Bank, Boston, Mass.1
1
First National Bank,, Carthage, Mo.
footnotes at end of table.




22, 1908
25, 1874
21,1908
18,1864
19, 1911

30,000
50,000
50,000
100, 000
25,000

1154? Nov. 20,1919

50,000

50, H00

Dec. 15, 1904
July 4,1903
Oct. 22, 1907
Feb. 7,1905
Mar. 16,1922

25,000
30,000
200,000
25,000
50,000

184, 500
167,866
263,125
64,000
24, 000

100,000
.do.,
110,000
.do..
125,000 Oct. 12, 1934
25,000 Oct. 15, 1934
50,000 Oct. 20, 1934

11188 May 17,1918
3089 Oct. 31, 1883

25,000
50,000

67,625
256,750

4887
8461
9028
12280
4169
3143

Jan. 27, 1893
Oct. 31, 1906
Sept. 19,1907
Oct. 30, 1922
Oct. 24,1889
Mar. 14, 1884

200,000
25,000
25,000
200,000
50,000
100,000

696
9473
2951
1755
6508
13513
2899
12064
9247
5049
10801
9635
5926
3537
4737
2759
8440
2148
4791
12013
12404
12466
4199
1837
3600
643
3005

Dec. 31, 1864
May 8, 1909
Apr. 28, 1883
Nov. 22, 1870
Oct. 9, 1902
Nov. 11, 1930
Mar. 3, 1883
Nov. 14, 1921
July 28, 1908
July 1, 1896
Nov. 9, 1915
Oct. 25, 1909
July 9, 1901
June 25, 1886
Apr. 11, 1892
July 17, 1882
Jan. 16, 1886
May 6, 1874
Aug. 2, 1892
Aug. 6, 1921
June 15, 1923
Oct. 30, 1923
Jan. 1, 1890
Apr. 14, 1871
Nov. 18, 1886
Nov. 28, 1864
Juia 117, 1883

400,020
25,000
50, 000
50,000
25,000
50,000
100,000
100,000
100,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
126,500
50,000
30,000
50,000
100,000
100,000
50,000
100,000
500,000
100,000

9062
2141
9098
352
10141

7525
6894
8964
7634
12174

Feb.
Mar.
Feb.
Mar.
Dec.

7,500
49,695
49,500
149,998
150,000

7,500
49,695
49,500
149,998
150,000

50,000
24, 700
125,000
24,500

150,000 Oct. 26, 1934
150,000
do

1,688, 500
60,750
184, 750
55,000
221,300
625,000

600,000
25,000
125,000
200,000
80,000
100,000

3,441,688
78,625
289,000
336,588
162,898
4,000
1,264,000
190,000
280,000
285,630
56,750
45,500
22,250
435,719
295,000
630,000
467, 750
532,750
137,000
10,350
21,000
70,000
990, 500
415,250
2,916,250
14,436, 750
477,500

1,000,020
50,000
100,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
1,000,000
300,000
100,000
75,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
100,000
150,000
300,000
100,000
11
50,000
30,000
50,000
100,000
300,000
50,000
1,000,000
8,950,000
100,000

66,300
330,500
134,000
1,173,250
136,015

30,000
50,000
50,000
300,000
150,000

....do
Sept. 26, 1934
do
Sept. 29, 1934
Oct. 10, 1934

50,000

Oct. 27, 1934
Oct. 29, 1934
Oct. 30, 1934
do
do.
Nov. 7, 1934
Nov. 8, 1934
N o v . 16, 1934
N o v . 21, 1934
do.
do
Nov. 22,1934
N o v . 26, 1934
Dec. 14, 1934
Dec. 19. 1934
Dec. 27, 1934
Jan. 10, 1935
.do.
Jan. 28, 1935
Feb. 5, 1935
Feb. 6, 1935
Apr. 15, 1935
Apr. 19, 1935
July 25, 1935
do.
_
.
do
Aug. 29, 1935
Sept. 16, 1935
Sept. 30, 1935
Oct. 15, 1935
Feb. 21, 1936
M a r . 18, 1936
M a r . 23, 1936

43,164
383,308
60,791
2, 622,010
631, 241

200,401
909,026
275,024
3, 426,956
909,492

50,000

21,425

454, 817

24, 700
125, 000
24,500

128, 793
51,143
544,804
23,448
271,834

1,949, 748
128, 777

150,000
49,750

150,000
49,750

216,196
436,858

520,521
908,707

590,900
24, 700
122,250
48,800
50,000
100,000

590, 900
24,700
122, 250
48,800
50,000
100,000

3,021,681
72,975
249,360
364,614
233,659
512,356

7,263,125
207, 700
1,049,122
1,396,657
843, 289
1,944,196

575,000
50,000

575,000
50,000

6,809, 523
427,336

50,000
100,000

50,000
100,000

100,000
97, 850
100,000

100,000
97,850
100,000

2,336,093
80,613
284,936
64,292
602,891
149,096
1, 278,302
2,518,445
242,843
76,225
8,748

24, 500

24,500

100,000

100,000

756, 213

406,490
971,865
320,654
3,463,930
3,532,187
1,453,137
312,860

47,543
280,416
626,991
193,155
333,000
94,535
41,333

404.356
2,164,171

204,494
267,666

70,110
112,275
4,613,782
115,238
3,261,929
(12)

to
Or
CO

TABLE N O . 33.—National banks in charge of receivers during year ended October 31, 1936, dates of organization and appointment of receivers, to
capital at date of organization and at date of failure, dividends paid while solvent, lawful money deposited with Treasurer of the United
States to redeem circulation to October 81, 1986, circulation outstanding, borrowed money, and total deposits at date of failure—Continued
Organization

Name and location of bank

Charter
no.

Date

Capital

Total
dividends
paid during existence as a
national
banking

Failures

Capital

Receiver
appointed

Lawful
moneydeposited

Circulation outstanding
at date
of failure

tion
2937
2938
2939

Montour National Bank, Montour Falls, N.
Citizens National Bank, Washington, Ga.i
First National Bank, Kirkwood, 111.1
.
Grand total (1,411 receiverships)
Total active (1,197receiverships)..
Total liquidated and finally closed (214
receiverships)
Total restored to solvency (0 receiverships).
Total 1936 failures (6 receiverships)

10497 Feb. 17, 1914
8894 Sept. 10,1907
2313 Dec. 6,1875

$25,000
50,000
50,000

$22, 750
55,782
456,500

$25,000 May 1, 1936
75,000 Aug. 12, 1936
50,000 Sept. 16,1936

Borrowed
money
(bills
payable,
rediscounts
etc.) at
date of
failure
$23,822
(12)
(12)

Total
deposits
at date of
failure

(12)
(12)

109,362,590 430,977,412 236, 205,105

o$ll 1,340,853 $111,714,033 374,732,133 $1,877,908,896

!,
98,909,590 409,875, 747 222, 528,105

iU05,396,343 105,769,523 357,699, 233 1,815,445,454

10,453,000

21,101,665

13,677,000

825,~666 "~I8,~365,~532 I6~2o6,~666

£, 944,510

5,944, 510

17,032,900

62,463,442

3,354,837

(12)

1 Receiver appointed to levy and collect stock assessment covering deficiency in value of assets sold, or to complete unfinished liquidation.
2 Restored to solvency (none—1936).
3
Licensed banks closed through revocation of license with appointment of conservator, subsequently found insolvent and placed in receivership (3 banks).
4
Final closing effected through "termination loan" obtained from Reconstruction Finance Corporation (38 banks).
8
Suspended under terms of bank holiday proclamation without subsequent appointment of conservator (4 banks).
« Licensed banks found insolvent and immediately placed in receivership (3 banks).
7
Formerly in conservatorship.
s Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation appointed as receiver in accordance with terms of Banking Act of 1933 (5 banks).
» Liquidated and finally closed during the report year ended Oct. 31, 1936 (214 banks).
10
Circulation liability of $373,180 assumed by First National Bank at Pontiac, Mich. (no. 2381) (accounting for difference between lawful money and outstanding circulation totals).
" Including $25,000 preferred stock.
" Preliminary figures, subject to revision.




TABLE NO. 33-A.—District of Columbia State chartered banks and banks incorporated under the laws of the District of Columbia, under the
supervision of the Comptroller of the Currency, in charge of receivers during the year ended October 31, 1936, dates of organization and appointment of receivers, capital at date of organization and at date of failure, dividends paid while solvent, borrowed money, and total deposits at
date of failure5
Incorporation
Report
no.

Name and location of banks

International Exchange Bank, Washington, D. C___
_.
North Capital Savings Bank, Washington, D. C
Bank of Brightwood, Washington, D. C
Departmental Bank, Washington, D. C
Continental Trust Company, Washington, D. O.»_
Park Savings Bank, Washington, D. C.2
Northeast Savings Bank, Washington, D. C.2
Chevy Chase Sayings Bank, Washington, D. C.2
Washington Savings Bank, Washington, D. C.2
Seventh Street Savings Bank, Washington, D. C.»
Potomac Savings Bank of Georgetown, Washington, D. C.2__
United States Savings Bank, Washington, D. C.2
Woodridge-Langdon Savings & Commercial Bank, Washington, D. C.2 3
Industrial Savings Bank, Washington, D. C.8
The Prudential Bank, Washington, D. C.i
The Fidelity Building & Loan Association, Washington,
D. C.

la
2a
3a
4a
5a
6a
7a
8a
9a
10a
lla
12a
13a
14a
15a
16a

Total.
1

Jurisdiction under laws Date of incorporation
of which incorporated

Capital
authorized

.do.
District of Columbia.
Alabama
Arizona
_.
.do.
.do_
West Virginia..
Virginia..
West Virginia..
Arizona

June 30.1921
Sept. 3,1912
Apr. 26.1922
Aug. 24,1920
Jan. 25,1912
Aug. 28,1S09
Dec. 20,1915
Dec. 11.1920
Jan. 15,1917
July 1,1912
Feb. 28,1903
May 16,1906
Sept. 15.1921

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

District of Columbia.
Arizona
District of Columbia.

Mar. 25,1913
Nov. 4,1920
Mar. 5,1929

5,000
100,000
25,000,000

Arizona.
.....do..

27,105,000

Failure
Total dividends paid
during existence as a
State bank- Capital
Receiver
ing assoappointed
ciation
$46,096 $116,830 July 14,1932
112,143
90,000
do
2,000 100,030 July 16,1932
2,077 106,060 July 22,1932
615,000 1,000,000 Feb. 28,1933
165,000 100,000 July 13,1933
92, 783 100,000 Nov. 15,1933
.do.
26,000 100,000
28,000 100,000 Dec. 7,1933
100,000 Dec. 21,1933
127, 500
228,283 140,000 Jan. 18,1934
427,591 100,000 Feb. 10,1934
50,000 Apr. 9,1934
25,000
26,963
154,035

50,000 Sept. 20,1934
100,000 Mar. 17,1936
July 18,1936
(«)

2,078,471 2,352,920

Receiver appointed to levy and collect stock assessment covering deficiency in value of assets sold, or to complete unfinished liquidation.
2 Formerly in conservator ship.
Restored to solvency.
4 Preliminary figures, subject to revision.
6
Including building and loan associations.

Borrowed
money
(bills pay- Total deable, redis- posits at
counts,
date of
etc.) at
failure
date of
failure
$112,129
111,857
25,000
150,000
1,028,047
593, 555
456,830
113,592
144,200
302,080
626,456
499,193
(3)

$452,850
1,027, 862
839,3S0
802,373
5,766
3,379, 554
1,121, 795
734,125
418,111
1,175, 847
2,377,436
1,894,067
(3)

238,273

O

I

3
o

590,227

483,164

w

4,424,814

4,884,376 19, 244, 207

o

3




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Ox

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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

TABLE NO. 34.—National banks in charge of receivers during year ended October 31,
total assets at date of failure and additional assets acquired subsequent thereto,
offsets allowed and earnings, together with the disposition of such collections, and
1936
Book value of assets at date of
failure

Name and location of banks

Capital
stock at
date of
failure

Date receiver
appointed
Estimated Estimated Estimated
doubtful worthless
good

ALABAMA

2190
2191
2347
2648
2763
2851

First National Bank, Samson._ . . .
First National Bank, Florala
Dothan National Bank, Dothan
First National Bank, Brantley
First National Bank, Coffee Springs.
City National Bank, Bessemer.__ __
First National Bank, Hartselle
First National Bank, La Pine
First National Bank, Greensboro...
First Nationa Bank, Midland City..
First National Bank, Elba
Houston National Bank, Dothan___
Commercial National Bank, Eufaula_
Farmers & Merchants National
Bank, Enterprise.
First National Bank in Decatur
First National Bank, Enterprise i_-_
First National Bank, Sylacauga
Central National Bank, Decatur i___
Andalusia National Bank, Andalusia.
Gadsden National Bank, Gadsden..
First National Bank, Lincoln7 _
First National Bank, Eutaw
First National Bank in Bessemer 7__
Mobile National Bank, Mobile » 7
First National Bank, Tuscumbia _.

1841
2066
2583

Nogales National Bank, Nogales
First National Bank, Mesa
First National Bank, Florence 7

1323
1325
1329
1337
1350
1494
1521
1526
1635
1692
1712
1738
1772
1883
1897
2097
2103
2142
2146

40,355
118,770
784,467
53,359
32,128
193,746
275, 693
12,393
147,999
40, 789
19,377
300,474
97,069
178, 742

Dollars
87,801
289,762
611,767
112,645
38,072
514,871
378,281
67,615
241, 418
95, 625
229,844
567,702
226, 487
489,562

Jan. 18,1932
July 18,1932
July 27,1932
Oct. 1,1932
Oct. 5,1932
Dec. 1,1932
do
Aug. 23,1933
Dec. 28,1933
Mar. 8,1934
June 8,1934

329,126
2,412
126,909
7,672
130,032

874,771
123,079
178,764
269, 840
947, 336

134, 028
114,979
152,196
246, 265
470,299

263,757
14,127
231,451
511,288
5,862
218, 392

707, 341
61,486
305,326
1,012,820
502,674
185,468

130,876
5,362
5,735
51,461
107,879
90,942

50,000 Dec. 11,1931
100,000 June 27,1932
25,000 Dec. 5,1933

225,290
76,818
172, 845

274, 585
392, 202
242,516

86,183
58,573
6,781

100,000 June 4,1926
100,000 July 21,1930

229,374
913, 376

277,776
1,089,340

198,077
274,851

25,000 Nov. 11,1930

69, 282

44, 300

13,077

170,979
196, 362
179,30

96,680
137,348
461, 305

5,460
10,421
414,607

Dollars

100,000
100,000
400,000
50,000
25,000
100,000
100,000
25, 000
100.000
35,000
100,000
150,000
150,000
150,000

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Feb.
Mar.
Jan.
Feb.
Mar.
July
Sept.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Jan.

200,000
100,000
50,000
200,000
200,000
125, 000
25,000
100,000
100,000
200,000
75,000

8,1930
13,1930
30,1930
17,1930
13,1930
12,1931
16,1931
3,1931
21,1931
28,1931
6,1931
15,1931
27,1931
11,1932

Dollars

Dollars

118,001
113,419
343,092
29,591
9,462
117,765
55,390
38,867
38,070
54,66S
202,217
155, 509
76,057
278,330

ARIZONA

ARKANSAS

First National Bank, Jonesboro
National Bank of Arkansas at Pine
Bluff.
1421 Planters National Bank, Walnut
Ridge.
1439 First National Bank, Rector
1440 First National Bank, Junction City
1456 Benton County National Bank,
Bentonville.
1484 Interstate National Bank, Helena.
1492 First National Bank, Corning i
1495 First National Bank, Rogers
1561 First National Bank, Waldron
1677 First National Bank, Eudora
1789 Hutchings-First National Bank,
Siloam Springs.
1797 First National Bank, Blytheville—
1893 First National Bank, Ozark
2532 First National Bank, Mansfield 7 _.
2550 First National Bank, Huttig 7
2746 First National Bank, Holly Grove 7
2771 Farmers7 National Bank, Cotton
Plant.
7
2803 First National Bank, Camden n_.
2805 Arkansas National Bank, Fayettpville.i
Footnotes at end of table, pp. 410 and 411.

1004
1384




25,00
25,00
60,00

Dec. 3,1930
—do . . .
Dec. 16,1930

250,00
50,00
50,00
25,00
40,00
50,00

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Apr.
Sept.
Nov.

3,1931
12,1931
13,1931
22,1931
12,1931
2,1931

1, 231, 48
3,96
251,15
113,90
109,67
60,20

855, 325
32, 457
395,303
106,987
147, 632
287,979

177,937
136, 385
101,189
12, 337
22, 456
210,077

100,00
25,00
25, 00
25,00
25,00
25,00

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

6,1931
13,1932
3,1933
8,1933
27,1934
19,1934

70,71
31,21
71,67
49,70
23,81
92,49

193, 210
92,50
79,46
112,19
62,23
33,90

47, 613
13,906
4,242
9,958
11, 204
12,087

150,00
150,00

Apr. 16,1934
do

519,76

580,19
113, 78

61, 508
94, 325

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REPOKT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

1936, dates of appointment of receivers and final closing, with nominal amounts of
capital stock and stock assessments, amounts collected from all sources, including
various other data indicating the progress or results of liquidation to October 31,

Progress of liquidation to date of this report

Total
Additional
assessassets
ment
received
upon
since date shareof failure holders

Dollars

Total
assets and
stock assessment

ReceiverCash col ship earnings, cash Unpaid
Cash col- lections
collecfrom
balance
lections
stock tions from R. F. C.
from assets assessinterest,
loan
premiment ums, rent,
etc.

Offsets
allowed
and
settled

100,000
100,000
400,000
50,000
25,000
100,000
100,000
25,000
100,000
35,000
100,000
150,000
150,000
150,000

Dollars
Dollars
15,819
93,152
50,875
248,691
143,999
2,171,179
724,031
30,762
289,876
81,452
11,153
147,928
31,646
22,127
P62,926
344, 502
64,930
878,181
360, 288
11,341
151,606
44, 353
9,750
580,079
147,932
7,437
249,363
107, 748
41,
681,983
158,324
29, 500
462, 206
1,436,546
29,223
152, 624
721,830
10,837
420,993
1,153, 520

Dollars
4,555
12,346
62, 205
5, 74:
1,699
30, 933
28, 323
1,505
7,218
4,844
3,74:
29, 263
6,403
9,676

28,780
119,454
44,479
6,897
120, 538

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

1, 566, 705
459,924
552,348
730, 674
1,868, 205

831, 317
49,103
155,499
128,301
541, 635

81,435
38,099
18, 734
80, 288
81, 550

55,327
1,808
5,416
18, 533
40, 374

53, 251
364
27,168
5,251
75, 795

54,152
23,421
21,861
50,310
5,145
33,201

125,000
25,000
100,000
100,000
200,000
75,000

1, 281,126
129, 396
664,373
1, 725,879
821, 560
603,003

476,824
34,840
350, 252
986, 713
315,061
231, 236

86,139
4,627
33,408
32,540
115,100
34, 966

36,891
827
23,302
85, 384
3,068
15, 526

70, 327
1,121
26,981
104,158

126,921
34,890
13,874

50,000
100,000
25,000

762, 979
662,483
461,016

298, 556
338, 274
331, 761

1,800
62,271
13,022

26, 944
18, 686
22, 772

14,956
133,990

100,000
100,000

820,183
2,511,557

363,897
1, 227, 249

57, 690
47,602

30, 324
71, 241

20,851

25,000

172, 510

75,099

6,481

8,073

9,740

300,597
371, 520
1,194,048

88, 362
280,415
325, 544

5,316
3,150
30,940

10, 336
9,378
23, 852

16,142
6,498
98, 720

2,642,384 1,415,278
40,368
222, 809
361,185
836,098
158, 626
277, 644
167, 593
325,536
230,598
644, 272

154,349
19,653
32, 392
7,355
22,427
5,450

90,724
2,492
25,673
8,174
7,870
9,241

168,475

Dollars
36,285
67,189
31,853
44,281
43, 266
36, 544
68, 817
7,731
52, 592
23, 281
130, 545
262,861
172, 217
56,886

Dollars
382,442
689,140

2,478
2,389
78,829

25,000
25,000
60,000

127, 639
38,447
19, 418
5,778
36,015

250,000
50,000
50,000
25,000
40,000
50,000

69,379
4,223
11, 260
4,822
22,534
7,485

100,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000

480,920
166,846
191,638
201, 678
144,783
170,964

160,531
77, 690
64,540
67,001
53,448
72,157

27, 296
11, 389
11, 730
8,371
13, 519
11,915

17,325
6,249
5,414
4,644
5,209
9,955

21,967
20,660

150,000
150,000

1,333,440
378,771

728, 756
23,463

44,707

40,629
1,457




Dollars

Dollars
5,849
69,017
86,911
10, 740
12, 439
89, 346
94, 37fi
5,025
20, 792
5,830
35, 270
54,002
36, 595
27, 490

24,1

Total collections
from all
sources,
including
offsets allowed and
unpaid
balance
R. F. C.
loan

Dollars
119,375 1323
380,929 1325

1,007,146
128, 696
56, 937
486,908
547,916
62, 224
185, 692
125,;238, 616
574, 971
224,841

1329
1337
1350
1494
1521
1526
1635
1692
1712
1738
1772
1883

1,021,330
89, 374
206,817
232, 373
739,354

1897
2097
2103
2142
2146

670,181 2190
41,415 2191
433, 943 2347
1, 208, 795 2648
433, 229 2763
367,897 2851

57, 282
22, 215
42, 917

387, 490 1841
441,446 2066
410,472 2583

35, 795
255,744

2,908

487, 706 1004
1, 601,836 1384
99,393
120,156 1439
299, 441 1440
479,056 1456

55,820
7,955
16, 573
20,342

1, 828,826
62, 513
475,070
182,110
214,463
265, 631

1484
1492
1495
1561
1677
1789

3,900
4,400

27, 601
6,252
9,706
10,448
3,609
8,767

232,753
101, 580
95,290
94,864
75, 785
102,794

1797
1893
2532
2550
2746
2771

29,600

83, 764

927,456 2803
24,920 2805

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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

TABLE NO. 34.—National banks in charge of receivers during year ended October 81,
total assets at date of failure and additional assets acquired subsequent thereto,
offsets allowed and earnings, together with the disposition of such collections, and
1986—Continued
Progress of liquidation to date of this
report—Continued

Loss on
assets Book value
compounded of remainor sold ing uncollected
under
assets
order of
court

1323
1325
1329
1337
1350
1494
1521
1526
1635
1692
1712
1738
1772
1883

Conservators'
distributions
Book
Book
value of value of
remainassets
ing un- returned
collected to share- To seTo unstock as- holders'
secured
cured
sessment agents creditors creditors

Dollars
Dollars Dollars
Dollars
84,181
24, 547
158, 894
49,125
271, 432
258, 769
256,001
701,468
19, 238
147, 684
13,847
78, 843
77, 725
77, 873
351, 353
79,446
35, 070
244,072
77, 228
13,659
90, 250
191,430
119,925
27, 563
100, 785
58, 720
388, 389
462, 550 120, 500
307, 788
87,843
294, 768 120, 777
295,615
259, 422 139,163

1897
2097
2103
2142
2146

80,474
310,457
65, 697
110,030
179,196

401,663

2190
2191
2347
2648
2763
2851

148, 599
68, 435
48, 218
208, 266
306, 499
27,330

19,914
201, 994
61, 338

337, 227

1004
1384

320,491
234,615

1421

62, 671

Dollars

Dollars

253, 984
287,092
871, 579
138,922
326, 742
245,322

On secured
claims

On unsecured
claims

Dollars
665
27,303

Dollars
60,687
139, 223
396, 326
22, 917
16,253
207, 403
236, 643
25,966
135, 360
11,997
97, 261
15, 391
174, 945
139, 208
320,901
80, 111
86, 982
36,812
315, 519

16,757
181,698
481,085
86,158
31,555
140,036
221,708
21,979

97,832
31,207
4,008
65,146
47,893

o 207,667

316, 570

17,820
3,405
17, 521
« 2,084

Secured
and preferred
liabilities
paid
except
through
dividends,
including
offsets
allowed

Dollars

3,215
19, 657
39, 558
17, 273
30, 221

118, 565
61,901
31,266
119, 712
118, 450
20, 373
66, 592
67, 460
84,900
40, 034

Dividends paid
by receivers

57,307
27, 284
2,480

460,376

1841
2066
2583

Disposition of proceeds of liquidation

224,409
1,640
175,115
219,370

72, 916
88,417

478, 569
51, 031
87,014
142, 760
503,145

15, 430

304, 740
32, 266
184, 336
611,153
314,153
174,912

108, 294

• 133, 52'

48, 200
37, 729
11,978

34,947
28,142
1,704

122,426
204, 068
73,825

175,850
176,882
312,36r

42, 310
52, 398
18, 519

23,831

148, 009
621,855

252,036
848,136

37,856

37,381

19, 684
21,850
29,060

4,646

15,622
274,088
186, 328

6,715
202,675

7,582

83,874
127, 062

95, 651
30, 347
17, 608
17, 645
17, 573
44, 550

960,179
3,835
235,781
98, 521
43,688
17, 594

666, 567
55, 820
160, 770
59, 522
124, 355
202,133

72, 704
13,611
13, 270
16, 629
11, 481
13, 085

149, 571
12, 457
56,103
28,790
14,132
21, 786

56, 44"
58, 88£
17,10C
45, 539
39, 472
51,883

106, 936

263, 495
50C

3,949

132, 395

1439
1440
1456

59, 607
152, 919

1484
1492
1495
1561
1677
1789

256, 479
132, 441
92, 224
86, 063
17,496
216, 270

1797
1893
2532
2550
2746
2771

192, 788
10, 779
3,01
15, 056
11,844
8, 463

47,125
89, 381
84,173
50, 882
56, 577

2803
2805

129,488

241,432
205, 308

556, 865
552,15
276, 869

105, 293
150, 000

Footnotes at end of table, pp. 410>nd 411.




7,333

6,480
3,013
6,203
7,854

838

1,690
» 104, 206

» 377, 414

259

REPORT OP THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

1986, dates of appointment of receivers and final closing, with nominal amounts of
capital stock and stock assessments, amounts collected from all sources, including
various other data indicating the progress or results of liquidation to October 31,
Disposition of proceeds of liquidationContinued

Receiv- Cash in
Cash aders' salhands
vanced Conseraries,
of compin pro- vators' legal and troller
tection expenses
other
and reof assets
expenses ceivers

Dollars Dollars
3,326
513
15,549
93
.1,284
1
13
345
3
2,284
3,910
16,234
2 743
5,423
904
7,149

1 110

6,345

Dollars
Dollars
Dollars
21,193
16,747
32,192
89,029
25,157
19, 621
9,036
38,600
42,278
40,877
21,403
11,786
28 104
21 883
13,386
28,620
6,479
66,541
31,402
5,167
41,127
29,0S3
54 230
7 136
29, 294
12 185
67,139

5 101
9,691

5 814
15,281

3,394

12,398

65, 515
4,104
24 719
35,082
10,782
15,961

1 802
2 760
106

4,805

45 402
29 594
17,670

1,862
6,982

61,968
102,256

371

28,971
18,294
47,676

36,643

95,704
2,715
52,424
19,819
25,785
29,086

71 386
8,162
10 268
25, 611
51,352
21 337
108,467
12,2", 5

7 063

22,607

1,957
1,494
2,243
597
628
5,361
3,189

Dollars
Dollars
88,375
149,464
312,082
429,301
880,248
1 283,691
121,852
146 047
37,045
52,380
545,338
713,079
320,365
592, 573
50,842
74 320
285, 537
327 916
44,158
139 449
277,351
372,533
367.171
732 935
92,623
200,685
666, 436
771,545

Interest
dividends
(percent)

20
66.97
54
70. 225
85.18
35
69
48.1

1897
5/28/36 2097
2103
2142
2146

61 333
24. 533
24.5
21
15

511,981
127,204
295, 792
304,565
828,174

957,261
56 437
399 680
1,325,870
489,780
418,005

Date
finallyclosed

1323
10/31/36 1325
1329
10/ 9/36 1337
1/14/36 1350
1494
1521
1/31/36 1526
1635
8/14/36 1692
9/25/36 1712
1738
1772
1883

34.45
12.6
38
72.5
10

1 115 461
127 289
392 226
309 816
1,256,474

620,642 35.5
42,219 11.95
193 756 89
637,494 8 66.667
489,779 22.110837
373,735 8 50

2190
4/30/36 2191
2347
2648
3/31/36 2763
2851

321,952
264, 718
83,440

45
87.72
90.52

1841
9/30/36 2066
10/28/36 2583

413,872
631,499
2,106,730 1, 242, 663

41.52
50

2/24/36 1004
1384

502 363
441 816
809,010

2,590
16,700
62,151
143
4,721
10,699
7,546

65,111

57.9

8/26/36 1421

252,462
296,415
960,117

225,545
288,017
744,250

9
95.14
25

1439
9/23/36 1440
1456

2,011,056 1,305,121
125,594
69, 774
474, 968
644,718
141,412
204,470
100,720
235, 769
363,122
494,976

3,182
3 523
2,567
6,310

24, 784
18, 776
12,893
10 361
10,928
10,941

9,968
2,931
6 054
8,058
4,823

193,914
112,098
132,559
128 964
69,169
109,975

16,884
70

40,997
5,144

14,335
19,206

1,028,522
84,810




Dividends
(percent)

104,150

23,785

232
344
18,344

14,894
1,235
3,733
1,418

Amount
returned
to shareholders
in cash

Total
liabilities
Amount
established to of claims
proved
date of
report

73.3333
4.5
48
71.8
43
7

135,666 100
49,397 25
111,737 50
81,585 33 333
28,264 50
55,734 42
627,571 877
84,810

1484
149?,
1495
10/29/36 1561
1677
1789
i° 10. 25

8/5/36 1797
1893
2532
2550
2746
2771
2803
2805

260

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

TABLE NO. 34.—National banks in charge of receivers during year ended October 81,
total assets at date of failure and additional assets acquired subsequent thereto,
offsets allowed and earnings, together with the disposition of such collections, and
1936—Continued
Book value of assets at date of
failure

Name and location of banks

ARKANSAS—continued

Lee County National Bank, Marianna.7
7
2900 First National Bank, IVIalvern
2920 First National Bank in Harrison i._
2817

Capital
stock at
date of
failure

Dollars

Date receiver
appointed

Estimated Estimated Estimated
good
doubtful worthless

Dollars

Dollars

80,000

May

1,1934

652, 779

168,244

Dollars
6,879

25,000
25,000

Oct. 15,1934
Jan. 10,1935

101,099

75,801

6,491

CALIFORNIA

1031
1156
1343
1382
1572
1590
1658
1762
1857
1864
1885
1892
1921
1955
1959
1976
1977
2001
2036
2057
2073
2079
2098
2192
2210
2244
2278
2279
2297
2310
2311
2322
2525
2546
2687
2692

Farmers & Merchants National
100,000 Sept. 23,1926
Bank, Merced.
First National Bank, Bishop
50,000 Aug. 15,1927
First National Bank, Tranquillity..
50,000 Feb. 27,1930
First National Bank in Fresno
400,000 July 7,1930
First National Bank, Terra Bella.._
25,000 May 5,1931
National Bank of Lynwood, Lyn50,000 May 29,1931
wood16
United States National Bank, Los 1,000,000 Aug. 18,1931
Angeles.
First National Bank, Baldwin Park
35,000 Oct. 22,1931
First National Bank, Victorville16...
25,000 Dec. 21,1931
First National Bank, Venice
50,000 Dec. 23,1931
Walnut Park National Bank, Wal100,000 Jan. 11,1932
nut Park.
First National Bank, Yorba Linda.
25,000 Jan. 12,1932
First National Bank, Culver City. _
100,000 Jan. 23,1932
South Gate National Bank, South
50,000 Feb. 6,1932
Gate.
25,000 Feb. 9,1932
First National Bank, Monterey Park.
First National Bank, Newport
25,000 Feb. 17,1932
Beach.
-doSeaside National Bank, Long Beach.
300,000
First National Bank of Bay Point,
25,000 Mar. 18,1932
Port Chicago.
First National Bank, Beverly Hills..
450,000 June 7,1932
San Bernardino National Bank, San
100,000 June 21,1932
Bernardino.
West Hollywood First National
75,000 June 28,1932
Bank, West Hollywood.
First National Bank in Kerman
25,000 July 2,1932
First National Bank, Artesia
50,000 July 18,1932
First National Bank, Woodlake
25, 000 Dec. 2,1932
First National Bank, Hermosa
50,000 Dec. 29,1932
Beach.
California National Bank, Sacra- 2,000,000 Jan. 21,1933
mento.
First National Bank, Oceanside6
100,000 Feb. 15,1933
First National Bank, Carlsbad i ___.
do
25,000
Central National Bank, Oakland7.. 1,200,000 May 8,1933
City National Bank, Huntington
July 13,1933
125,000
Park.7
First National7 Trust & Savings
15J,000 July 18,1933
Bank, Chico.
First National Bank, Rialto7
75,000 Aug. 2,1933
First National Bank, Lindsay * 7
75,000 Nov. 2,1933
Coast National Bank, Fort Bragg _,
100, COO Nov. 7,1933
Anaheim First N ational Bank, Ana75,000 Jan. 15,1934
heim.7
National Bank of Pico, Pico 7
50,000 Jan. 16,1934
Wilshire National Bank, Los An200,000 Jan. 22,1934
geles.7
First National Bank, Olive7
25,000 Jan. 26,1934
First National Bank, San Gabriel7
50,000 Mar. 27,1934

2705
2784
Footnotes at end of table, pp. 410 and 411.




278,992

658,287

436,698

306,184
190,440
1,812,938
37,578
173,154

330,486
94,744
1,950,672
110,811
58,977

91,002
66,882
487,867
13,555
46,967

6,174,953

2,236,904

525, 464

148,739
95,453
78,138
606, 851

95, 585
244,411
178,410
572,855

46,786
2,551
44, 536
154,183

115,010
207, 251
194,943

33,875
717,495
358,734

46,846
53,028
5,774

88,042
147,430

386,058
96,101

34,373
3,252

1,001,329
19,956

458,317
129, 505

10,952
19,733

3,032,107
245,557

2, 234, 771
803,478

1,607,978
678,874

86,041

195,900

22,546

59,259
280,735
83, 81:
16,913

146,498
224,466
27,051
248,862

1,416
35,022
16,592
43,571

6,667,085

7,093,858

1,963,879

349,170
61,
10,433,904

290,546
42,868
7,627,63"

40,098
21,266
4,798,947

387,502

364,660

173,888

1,547,169

897,484

277,891

322,965
336,749
306,256

380,387
436, 665
396,308

48,534
35, 250
33,474

75, 231
179,53,

136,771
247,598

1,950
139,644

45, 239
254,850

56, 211
X03,150

8,147
38, 533

261

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

1936, dates of appointment of receivers and final closing, with nominal amounts of
capital stock and stock assessments, amounts collected from all sources, including
various other data indicating the progress or results of liquidation to October 31,

Progress of l i q u i d a t i o n t o d a t e of t h i s report

Additional
assets
received
since date
of failure

Total
assessment
upon
shareholders

Total
assets and
stock assessment

ReceiverCash col- ship earnings, cash
lections
Cash colcollecfrom
lections
tions from
stock
from assets assessinterest,
premiment
ums, rent,
etc.

T o t a l collections
from all
sources,
including
offsets allowed and
unpaid
balance
R. F. C.
loan

Unpaid
balance
R. F. C.
loan

Offsets
allowed
and
settled

Dollars

Dollars
71,448

Dollars
695,784 2817

Dollars
87,840

Dollars
80,000

Dollars
995,742

Dollars
502,503

Dollars
1,077

Dollars
32,156

8,201
250

25,000
25,000

216,592
25,250

119,079
250

905
350

10,936
3

15,082

146,002 2900
603 2920

322,303

100,000

1, 796, 280

867, 531

49,159

63, 981

101,847

1,082, 518 1031

258,173
33,323
58,169
24, 647
17,815

50,000
50,000
400,000
25,000
50,000

1,035,845
435, 389
4, 709, 646
211, 591
346,913

486,183
233, 774
3,157, 315
96,930
178, 684

10,194
38,400
277, 719
5,262
15,551

54,047
20,112
80,046
7,555
6,037

137,227
39, 267
359,996
17, 342
22, 997

687, 651
331, 553
3,875,076
127,089
223, 269

117,296 1,000,000 10,054, 617

322, 277

719, 321

7, 288,408 1658

5, 742,411

504,399

10,167
4,171
15, 835
34,661

35,000
25,000
50,000
100,000

336, 277
371, 586
366,919
1, 468, 550

136, 276
207,991
151,332
695, 381

19,973
13,199
8,375
39,389

9,226
15, 340
13, 391
42,072

9,148
30,405
31,623

25,000
100,000
50,000

229,879
1,108,179
641,074

114,106
513,404
339, 412

14,198
33, 340
16, 427

6,345
42.152
24,088

16,910
6,941

25,000
25,000

550, 383
278, 724

293, 256
140, 424

13,898
10, 085

28.153
14,184

40,929
6,263

300,000
25,000

1,811,527
200, 457

809,
91,229

156,936
3,176

242, 237
120, 784

450,000
100,000

7, 567,093
1," '" """

186,392

4,616

75,000

384,103

20, 630
66, 389
9,463
5,845

25,000
50,000
25, 000
50,000

252,803
656, 612
16], 918
365,191

33,887
9,773
15, 749
118, 514

199, 362
246, 303
188,847
895,356

1156
1343
1382
1572
1590

1762
1857
1864
1885

9,716
82, 568
35, 260

144, 365 1892
671,464 1921
419, 587 1955

30,859
13,332

378, 566 1959
178,025 1976

60,575
4,148

51,947

1,079,045 1977
99,836 2001

77, 292

183,807
108, 772

502,059
88,652

4, 573,064 2036
1,311,982 2057

167,930

25, 629

18,791

180,348
338,028
100,441
163,051

]3,048
16, 250
14, 307
20,353

5,194
14,426
5,841
8,320

8,969, 076 1, 276,853

567,441

30,342
15,162
100,000
370,271
810,156
1,445
80, 937
11, 271
25,000
152, 276
999, 447 1, 200,000 25,059, 935 16,436, 549 1,029,020
18, 983
9,979
125,000 1,061,029
535,171
151,168
150,000 3,023, 712
126,175
2,020,018
38,324
32, 323
75,000
865, 210
366, 342
37, 646
75,000
75, 000
9,775
49,983
586,812
100,000
918,439
20,314
821,332
442,925
10, 294
75,000

19,714
1,801
417, 494
38,554

182,110 2,000, 000 17, 906, 932

3, 700,806
1,037,266

4,400
12, 400

3,500

8,441
8,109
30,105
10,538
3,790

17

224, 291 2073
206,699
398,809
131,127
195, 514

187. 500 1,631, 227 12, 632,097 2244

32, 528
585
37,133
43,124

12,366
435,405
3,961
97,970
2, 399, 567 20,282, 630
70,000
689,474
26, 766
2, 329,667
79,880
442,061
10,868
38,231
694, 703
20,775
31,687
563,356
25, 306

103, 594

2079
2098
2192
2210

17,892

2278
2279
2297
2310
2311
2322
2525
2546
2687

10,121
62, 782

50,000
200,000

274,073
829, 559

151,972
317,410

24,338
48,006

10,452
17,898

7,438
30, 773

194, 200 2692
414,087 2698

2,605
9,692

25,000
50,000

137, 202
456, 225

75,377
299,941

17,766
12,164

5,781
26,166

2,956
19,809

101,880 2705
358,080 2784

109487—37-

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262

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

TABLE NO. 34.—National banks in charge of receivers during year ended October 31,
total assets at date of failure and additional assets acquired subsequent theretoy
offsets allowed and earnings, together with the disposition of such collections, and
1936—Continued
Progress of liquidation to date of this
report—Continued

Loss on
assets Book value
compounded of remainor sold ing uncollected
under
assets
order of
court

Book
value of
remaining uncollected
stock assessment

Disposition of proceeds of liquidation

Conservators'
distributions
Book
value of
assets
returned
to share- To seTo uncured
secured
holders'
agents creditors creditors

Dividends paid
by receivers

Secured
and preferred
liabilities
paid
except
through
dividends,
including
offsets
allowed

Dollars
• 151,012

On unsecured
claims

Dollars

Dollars
69,888

Dollars
424,266

11,380

43, 549

504,869

Dollars

On secured
claims

434,975

Dollars
24,579

Dollars
317,212

Dollars
78,923

2900
2920

21, 639

35,792

24,095
24,650

1031

403,070

323,832

50,841

1156
1343
1382
1572
1590

116,562
112,348
449,311
72,319
95,232

245,873
~343,~024

11,600
122, 281
19, 738
34,449

186,559
381,511
118, 508
190,799
8 2,347,569 1,264,035
50, 553
55,111
12,231
172,471
31,429

1658

453,635

2,139,250

495, 601

35,000

4,443,494

2, 040,911

1762
1857
1864
1885

48,723
128,822
83,797
179,536

82,391

12,340
19,858

66,041
375,119

15, 027
11,801
41, 625
60, 611

43,187
63,726
88, 573
297, 658

108,623
140,751
46,453
499,072

1892
1921
1955

28,318
146, 779
121,929

52, 739
265,428
94,473

10,802
66,660
33, 573

3,538
2,016

54,307
223, 399
166,645

54,777
381,212
209,307

1959
1976

87,931
66,378

113,337
33,590

11,102
14,915

18,228
9,485

119,406
61, 632

200,140
75,989

1977
2001

172, 739
77,791

477, 254
5,154

143,064
21,824

521, 503
11, 327

455,347
72,108

2036
2057

1,169,890
182,919

1, 744,338
539,856

263, 608
22, 708

14,667 1,230,668
702,380
81, 753

2,909,403
429,013

2073

18,100

114. 632

49,371

2079
2098
2192
2210

39,346
78,062
160,417
25,939
72,550 ~"~75,~866

2817

Dollars

• 64,912

12,019

103,927

2244

1,561,628

3,745,001

2278
2279
2297
2310

247,946

3,736,989
322,384

84,838
13, 729
170,980
106,017

508,340

23,825

331, 792
123,043
188, 703

42, 677
37,354
50,017
54,686

53,875
197,731

25,662
151,994

71,172

5,749

110,110
70,824
17,462

122, 616
254,947
35,976
142,913

6,101,911

6,092,447

82, 247
48, 702
2,163,870
138,631

299,922
39,846
2,406,384

723,147

79,573
42,378
1,286,830

101,876

3,225

11,952
33,750
10, 693
29, 647

2311

51, 708
265,474

2322
2525
2546
2687

81,208
87,809
89,398

2692
2698

10, 788
83,645

7,234
24,375
9,494
37,836
61,586
24,889
Footnotos at end of table, pp. 410 and 411.

2705
2784




7,535
9 3,572,220 99,705,521
9,760
»276,959

»26,978

»872,862

9 375,334

588,929

33,796
3,563

493, 983
488,114

174,806
162,574

350,016
37,359
339,060

48,476
143,857

123,486
225,884

45, 537
105,095

45, 799
202,533

263

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

1936, dates of appointment of receivers and final closing, with nominal amounts of
capital stock and stock assessments, amounts collected from all sources, including
various other data indicating the progress or results of liquidation to October 81,
Disposition of proceeds of liquidation—
Continued

Receiv- Cash in
Cash adhands
ers' salvanced Conserof comparies,
in pro- vators' legal and troller
tection expenses
and reother
of assets
expenses ceivers

Dollars Dollars
1,362
22,641
196

7,722

Amount
returned
to shareholders
in cash

Dividends
(percent)

9,674
69

Dollars
775,726

Interest
dividends
(percent)

Date
finally
closed

Dollars
333,395 8 65

158,129
8,748

Dollars
Dollars
Dollars
24,632
1,983
8,569
534

Total
liabilities
estabAmount
lished to of claims
proved
date of
report

109,641 8 70

25,129

102,924

14,621

1,469, 785 1,029,029

266
293
7,866

40,464
118,082

84

78,851
21.953
137, 524
9,194
19,285
324, 512

263, 607

1,457
1,082
569
1,705

19,874
20,886
19,017
55,142

13,881

622
11, 730
67

2900
2920

952,095
762, 682 50
315,319
205,161 93
3,838,515 2, 557, 657 8 91.333
132,179
68, 672 75.76
244,266
70,476 43.35

180,884

2817

49

1031
10/29/36
2/17/36
4/23/36

1156
1343
1382
1572
1590

8, 460, 581 6, 382,312

70

34, 235
29, 760

264, 783
287,700
260,791
1, 236,049

143,509
164,928
210,371
716, 762

32
50.68
42
41.5

13,940
46,873
39,152

17,181
6,234
4,416

163,113
856, 775
484| 994

104,482
465,628
273, 656

52
48
60

1892
1921
1955

4,827
64

31,079
20, 777

4j 826
10,078

482, 740
216,886

299,193
130,425

46
47

1959
1976

2,914
16

81,984
13, 535

17, 297
2,850

1,157,197
147, 782

695,320
75, 514

75
15

1977
2001

74, 726
2,973

207,823
82, 510

135, 777
13, 353

36 667
80

2036
2057

112

15, 283

3,093

227, 057

121, 277

355
11

9,686
30,946
10, 916
17, 025

2,806
13 056
12, 354

246, 722
473,969
103 289
267, 354

124, 931 59 55
214y 642 51 333
66 843 100
116,336 15

30,405

373, 410

33,924

7,344
2
425,419
3,742

44, 663
5,926

11, 721

14,144

56,490

7,024

47,986

941
14, 251

8,135
14, 633

30,809
4,435
17, 562
22,029

793
4,735

4,632
10, 721
2,631
12,786

13, 550,668 7, 397,123

20,448

6,226

6, 328, 229 3, 347, 783
1,395, 922
872,166

33, 318
5,039
9,420
241,938 1, 722, 615
33, 820
3,612

1658
2/ 6/36

2073

85

5 95608

2244
9/26/36

2, 537,406 1, 760,178

50,025
10,809

10,462
22,053

6,371
6,837

172, 346
356,036

48,476 100
129,041 100

7,053
16,773

20,893

86,488
353,402

40,420 100
149,867 70

860

2278
2279
2297
2310
2311

351, 222
100, 229 33 7196
606, 299 8 92
312, 659 52




1/31/36 2079
2098
2192
2210

82.5

582,339
273, 798 30
61,016 79 75
101,103
20,009,110 13, 956, 369 8 85
797, 242
277, 391 50

694, 943
100, 229
680,999
665,485

1762
1857
1864
1885

2322
5/12/36 2525
2546
2687
2692
2698

12
312.93

7/16/36

2705
2784

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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

TABLE NO. 34.—National banks in charge of receivers during year ended October 31,
total assets at date of failure and additional assets acquired subsequent thereto,
offsets allowed and earnings, together with the disposition of such collections, and
1936— Continued
Book value of assets at date of
failure

Name and location of banks

Capital
stock at
date of
failure

Date receiver
appointed

COLORADO
975
1811
1866
1957
2138
2208
2228
2344
2395
2432
2435
2513
2623
2704
2787
2849

Broadway National Bank, Denver ifi_
First National Bank, Steamboat
Springs.
First National Bank, Idaho Springs.
First National Bank, Monte VistaFirst National Bank, Peetz
Citizens National Bank, Glenwood
Springs.
First National Bank, Littleton
Montezuma Valley National Bank,
Cortez.7
Rubey National Bank, Golden7
First National Bank, Central City?.
First National Bank, Mancos7
First National Bank, Aurora7
First National Bank of7 Douglas
County at Castle Rock.
First National Bank, Eaton7 7 n
Boulder National Bank, Boulder "_
First National Bank, La Junta7

Dollars

200,000 Jan. 16,1926
25,000 Nov. 17,1931

Estimated Estimated Estimated
good
doubtful worthless

Dollars

Dollars

Dollars

1,828, 891
215,806

293,071
248,539

441,108
35,920

23,1931
8,1932
24,1932
29,1^32

27,198
62,234
28, 658
120,712

206,330
144,172
70, 573
368,666

631
64,270
8,565
89,719

25,000 Jan. 12,1933
30,000 Aug. 18,1933

79,818
190,740

272, 773
223,452

39,103
7,869

Sept. 21,1933
Oct. 9,1933
do
Oct. 31,1933
Dec. 18,1933

556, 545
136,991
155,132
210,549
160,102

603,461
130,689
328,741
214,893
171,335

33,216
1,182
31, 259
61,068
4,890

50,000 Jan. 26,1934
50, 000 Mar. 28,1934
50,000 June 8,1934

266,543
275,172
330,451

81,266
322,113
88, 594

36,371
1,810
29,668

1,000,000 Feb. 28,1933
2, 000,000 Oct. 31,1933

6, 289, 537
7, 462, 720

7,458, 557
6,389, 942

1,006,784
3, 242, 901

1,000,000 Nov.

6,1933

4, 228,968

3, 397, 235

975,197

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

Feb. 18,1929
do
Feb. 21,1929
May 4,1929
May 15,1929
do
June 28,1929

181, 452
165, 603
196, 455
85,097
731, 968
109, 667
413,486

274, 513
261, 903
275, 893
232,666
1, 315, 256
236, 338
885,600

131,038
100, 670
55,126
236, 331
293, 814
82, 267
730,857

150,000
130,000
30, 000
600, 000
50,000
500,000
250, 000
300,000

July
July
May
June
Oct.
Dec.
Feb.
Apr.

15,1929
25,1929
13,1930
9,1930
25,1930
20,1930
12,1931
21,1931

535, 531
812, 843
201, 856
1, 977, 477
44, 694
3, 274,828
187, 750
900, 250

1, 203, 586
1,164,714
27,951
3, 905, 656
366,355
3,390,130
599,097
1, 648, 468

390,535
526,181
199
394,067
94,753
671, 239
403,136
577, 393

35,000
100, 000
500,000
100,000
200,000
75,000

Oct.
Jan.
May
Dec.
Jan.
Oct.

27,1931
26,1932
20,1932
31,1932
19,1933
26,1933

61,554
106,107
4,276
54, 679

97,823
595,044
682, 212
1,352,824

42, 699
27, 356
147,900
328, 790

145, 431

134,028

23, 580

200,000 Feb. 27,1934

1, 833, 250

709, 262

534, 824

50, 000
50,000
25,000
50, 000

50,000
25, 000
50,000
25, 000
50, 000

Dec.
Feb.
Sept.
Dec.

CONNECTICUT

None
DELAWARE

None
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
2285
2514
2540

Commercial National Bank _. _ _
_
Federal-American National Bank
Trust Co.7
7
District National Bank
_
FLORIDA

First National Bank, Avon Park
First National Bank, Punta Gorda_Carlton National Bank, Wauchula16.
First National Bank, Sebring
First National Bank, Lakeland
First National Bank, Auburndale.-Polk County National Bank in
Bartow.
1298 First National Bank, Sanford.
First National Bank, St. Augustine.
1300
1366 First National Bank, Jasper
1370 First National Bank, St. Petersburg1411 First National Bank, Perry
1470 City National Bank in Miami
1518 First National Bank, Panama City.
1559 Central National Bank & Trust
Co., St. Petersburg.
1773 First National Bank, Graceville
. .
1924 First National Bank, Arcadia1
2024 National City Bank, Tampa
2214 Putnam National Bank, Palatka
2237 Snell National Bank, Winter Haven i
2484 First National Bank of Commerce,
Tarpon Springs 7
2745 First National Bank & Trust Co.
in Orlando.7
Footnotes at end of table, pp. 410 and 411.
1265
1266
1269
1283
1284
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265

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

1936, dates of appointment of receivers and final closing, with nominal amounts of
capital stock and stock assessments, amounts collected from all sources, including
various other data indicating the progress or results of liquidation to October 31,

Progress of l i q u i d a t i o n to d a t e of t h i s report

Additional
assets
received
since date
of failure

Total
assessment
upon
shareholders

Total
assets and
stock assessment

ReceiverCash col- ship earnings, cash
lections
collecCash colfrom
tions from
lections
stock
interest,
from assets assesspremiment
ums, rent,
etc.

Unpaid
balance
R. F . C.
loan

Offsets
allowed
and
settled

Dollars
309, 363
60, 566

Total collections
from all
sources,
including
offsets allowed and
unpaid
balance
R. F. C.
loan

Dollars
Dollars
38,318
1, 592, 533
19,050
362,804

Dollars
67,014
24,577

119, 334
138,545
66, 636
371, 697

15,460
6,975
319
27,840

11,737
11,457
4, 054
17, 723

9,656
10, 324
1,919
14, 826

156,187
167, 301
72, 928
432,086

444,354
485, 707

248,090
299, 941

12, 374
4,315

20,726
20, 627

8, 955
19,092

290,145 2228
343,975 2344

50,000
25,000
50,000
25, 000
50,000

1,330,201
334,310
597,199
553, 673
436,826

874,843
185, 309
352, 747
303,189
244, 263

11, 013
21, 250
9,398
2,538
20,875

90, 388
17, 278
27, 914
26, 203
19, 720

73, 579
28,179
10, 876
16, 414
14,156

50,000
50,000
50,000

440,480
688,398
571, 593

276, 333
404, 839
311,931

32, 846
26,355
28, 220

21, 333
28, 885
18, 777

2,000

268,132 1,000,000 16,023, 010
468, 319 2,000, 000 19, 563, 882

240,772
9, 223,064
8,503,293 1,152, 223

514,623
482, 451

753, 600

505,113 1, 000,000 10,106, 513

4, 600, 460

574, 379

320,409

741, 786

6, 237,034 2540

29,882
53, 217
51,054
62, 014
274, 843
47,042
181,332

307, 840
370,095
350,307
324,453
1, 325,823
190, 672
1,302, 489

1265
1266
1269
1283
1284
1285
1292

Dollars
69,424
143, 597

Dollars
200,000
25,000

Dollars
2,832,494
668,862

19, 930
79,341
866
84, 527

50, 000
50,000
25, 000
50,000

304, 089
400, 017
133, 662
713,624

27, 660
33,646

25,000
30,000

86,979
40,448
32,067
42,163
50,499
6,300
39,303
72, 880

Dollars

2,200

21,402
27,414
53, 324

Dollars
2,007, 228 975
466,997 1811

1,049, 823
252,016
400, 935
350, 544
299, 014

1866
1957
2138
2208

2395
2432
2435
2513
2623

351, 914 2704
489, 493 2787
412, 252 2849

574, 277 11, 306, 336 2285
1,077, 291 11, 215, 258 2514

26,101
32, 953
98,828
24,889
189, 977
64,868
70, 037

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

713,104
611,129
676, 302
678,983
2, 631, 015
543,140
2, 299, 980

238, 713
281, 734
242, 588
232, 348
994, 697
118,104
948,859

23, 693
22, 268
40, 559
20, 842
30, 835
9, 362
127, 642

15, 552
12, 876
16,106
9,249
25,448
9,964
44, 656

204, 902
132,369
37, 443
862, 987
80, 603
238,107
166, 309
442, 681

150,000 2,484, 554
130,000 2, 766,107
297, 449
30.000
600,000 7, 740,187
50,000
636, 405
500,000 8,074, 304
250,000 . 1, 606, 292
300,000 3,868, 792

1,081,618
1,195, 753
124, 772
2,946,038
215, 321
3, 338, 668
417,028
1, 393, 632

112, 292
116,018
6,410
339, 368
31,111
331, 525
66, 565
168,807

62, 020
91, 705
7, 225
201,823
15, 606
212,893
23,081
92,960

231,857
152, 312
9,796
523, 720
29,894
700,120
39, 604
324, 258

1,487, 787
1, 555, 788
148, 203
4,010,949
291, 932
4,583,206
546, 278
1, 979,657

1298
1300
1366
1370
1411
1470
1518
1559

11,005
178,076
721, 342
87, 213

248,081
1,006, 583
2,055, 730
1,923, 506
200,000
490,401

78, 920
293, 367
274,255
743, 712
174,583

21,496
28, 436
286,317
57, 329
114,095
21,980

6,888
16, 237
48,186
19, 573
1,920
7,698

6,098
50,852
2,092
61, 586

112,362

35,000
100,000
500,000
100,000
200,000
75,000

113,402
388,892
610,850
882, 200
116,015
221,862

1773
1924
2024
2214
2237
2484

130,334

200,000

3, 407, 670

1,828, 543

145, 334

113, 638




6,200

17,601
380,196

184,610

2,652, 321 2745

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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

TABLE NO. 34.—National banks in charge of receivers during year ended October 31,
total assets at date of failure and additional assets acquired subsequent thereto,
offsets allowed and earnings, together with the disposition of such collections, and
1936—Continued
Progress of liquidation to date of this
report—Continued

Disposition of proceeds of liquidation
1

Loss on
compounded
or sold
under
order of
court

Conservators'
distributions
Book
Book
Book value value of value of
of remain- remainassets
ing uncol- ing un- returned
lected
collected to shareassets
stock as- holders'
sessment
agents

Dollars

Dividends paid
by receivers

Secured
and preferred
liabilities
paid
except
through
dividends,
including
offsets
allowed

To secured
creditors

To unsecured
creditors

On secured
claims

On unsecured
claims

Dollars

Dollars

Dollars

Dollars
1, 525,623
288,554

Dollars
348,431
105,751
67, 656
105, 498
54, 564
161,839

975
1811

Dollars
730,598
45, 732

1866
1957
2138
2208

77,731
201,148
40,107
277,101

47,368

34. 540
43,025
24,681
22,160

36,735

48,917
26,088
11,931
201,996

2344

68,753
15,050

93, 556
121,624

12, 626
25,685

15, 99?
3,815

156,145
81, 783

74,632
219,987

2395
2432
2435
2513
2623

7,654
52,068
28,564
20,943
9,215

324,125
43, 754
155,012
188,127
119,192

38,987
3,750
40,602
22, 462
. 29,125

53, 231
10,065
31, 475
18,265

321,794
160,330
27,171
114,827
153,164

562,497
45, 689
283, 381
174,436
105, 634

2704
2787
2849

26, 298
111, 102
156,338

66,447
95,043

17,154
23, 645
21, 780

2,120

149,191
92, 633
60, 731

169,459
185,025
186, 638

2285
2514

811,268
885,087

4,414,401
7,098, 211

759, 228
847, 777

29

3,364,110

» 30,102 9 4,177, 901

7,411,175
5,653,305

2540

148,137

3,616,130

425,621

• 440, 640 « 1,918, 208

18,891

2, 810, 229

1265
1266
1269
1283
1284
1285
1292

185,485
226,178
332, 660
284, 621
450,185
147, 382
301, 378

159,024

811,290
180, 612
668,411

76, 307
27, 732
9,441
79,158
69, 165
40, 638
72,358

13,845
19, 540
8 129, 919
9, 111
68, 645

70,340
260, 444
176, 899
69,175
s 444, 200
33, 744
86,160

157,338
71,386
127, 312
196,109
589,344
106, 987
1,014, 253

1298
1300
1366
1370
1411
1470
1518
1559

1,021,079
487,371
63, 637
1,488,706
127, 501
1,079,089
311,193
375, 012

800,671
69, 244
2,181, 723
213,689
2, 456,427
588, 467
1,475,890

37, 708
13,982
23, 590
260, 632
18,889
168, 475
183,435
131,193

25,164
69, 954
4,120
60, 448
22,186
16, 547
57, 256
627

728, 614
278, 933
39, 674
1,481,913
74,132
1,497,712
174, 890
767,873

653, 587
1, 035, 801
46, 949
1, 943, 002
120, 607
2, 500, 769
228, 828
888,676

1773
1924
2024
2214
2237
2484

41,050
81,408
1, 279,383
380, 762

34,641
229, 818
285,391
698,496

118,797

2,426
15, 363
297,338
23, 796
108,206
506

35,896
83, 605
2,916
52,003

104,420

13, 504
71, 564
213,683
42, 671
85,905
53,020

2745

150,101

1,0414,416

54, 666

174,760

87,013
480,956
637,446

Dollars
161,682
5,950

Dollars

Footnotes at end of table, pp. 410 and 411.




7,787
4,829

0

163, 825

»119, 033

9,343

»866, 680

» 183, 297

51,803

139,216
1, 365, 596

267

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

1986, dates of appointment of receivers and final closing, with nominal amounts of
capital stock and stock assessments, amounts collected from all sources, including
various other data indicating the progress or results of liquidation to October 81,

Disposition of proceeds of liquidationContinued

KeceivCash advanced Conser- ers' salaries,
in pro- vators'
tection expenses legal and
other
of assets
expenses

Dollars Dollars
244
4,309

Cash in Amount
hands
of comp- returned
troller to shareand re- holders
ceivers in cash

Dollars
Dollars Dollars
132,930
35,843
32, 540

Total
liabilities Amount
estab- of claims
lished to proved
date of
report

Dollars

Dividends
(percent)

Dollars

2,324,213 1,961,087
480,362
371,183

77.71
77

12/31/35

1866
12/20/35 1957
4/24/36 2138
10/29/36 2208

18,341
21,142
6,427
31, 516

3,648
9,744
6

Interest
diviDate
dends finally
(per- closed
cent)

9,838

348,718
221, 598
81,845
511,407

111,304
125,832
26, 573
366,659

44
24.57
44.9
65.11

975
1811

703
3,423

3,387

20,920
19, 520

21,753
12,060

358,439
361,472

263, 580
140,480

60
60

2228
2344

2,216
1,072
2,894
11,804
4,392

10,157
4,780
6,364
6,168
6,323

40,185
13,814
17,918
21, 210
17,292

59,743
16,266
31,732
3,834
12, 209

1,097,093
235,023
452,405
506, 738
286,344

476, 730
178,145
181,098
346,130
180,196

67.5
90
21
39
85

2395
2432
2435
2513
2623

881
749
729

8,123
10, 243
15,470

14,327
24, 392
14, 717

7,813
12, 626
14, 934

697,580
520,221
399, 553

28,766
39,204

284,068

365,039
453,327

137,217
577,351

84,223

128,265

263,114

2704
2787
2849

170, 521 87.50
328,791 8 78
252,760 8 94.65

13,244,195 5,603,337 60
14,251,091 8,346,081 •50

2285
2514

7,337,277 3,865,134 8 50

2540

573,464
13, 543
4,131
240
6,389
21,957
4,368
14,624

40,848
34,134
32,011
33,240
81,316
35,602
81,933

59,087
860
36,874

2,330
865
5,997
51,197
15, 434
36,988
3,252
25,860

78,092
97,565
27,360
243,288
43,908
263,716
57,712
199,953

72,670
24,103
231,101
15,665
267,474
24,340
96,668

1,572
9,251
3,087
6,391
217

5,284

21,573
40,357
22,118
44,861
7,809
18,635

21,254

61,456

68,436




16,428

311,794 25
468,875
384,778 67.24
458,476
345,358 49.7
490,995
288,973 30.7
454,532
2,160,808 1.732,926 8 32
284,447 15
364,333
471,069 16.5
1,575,018
1,910,371
2,336,455
195,044
5,480,832
444,262
6,403,082
830,165
2,802,284

1,270,420
1,192,288
143,304
3,359,349
334,146
3,734,810
638,496
1,804,464

6,201

118,603 30
358,008 23.333
257,426 100
758,111 15
136,445 79.30381
87,206 60

85,602

2,759,412

602,833 «30

56,653

7/24/36 1298
1300
1366
1370
1411
1470
1518
1559

59.333
23
27
43
28
40
35
42

159,854
613,622
585,645
2,248,823
136,445
233,669

17,294
10,498

1265
4730/36 1266
12/28/35 1269
6/11/36 1283
1284
1285
1292

316.6368

1773
1924
2/18/36 2024
2214
9/16/36 2237
2484
2745

268

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

TABLE NO. 34.—National banks in charge of receivers during year ended October 81,
total assets at date of failure and additional assets acquired subsequent thereto,
offsets allowed and earnings, together with the disposition of such collections, and
1936—Continued
Book value of assets at date of
failure

Name and location of banks

Capital
stock at
date of
failure

Date receiver
appointed

Estimated Estimated Estimated
good
doubtful worthless

GEORGIA
909
1231
1242
1276
1493
1667
1668
1997
2028
2102
2157
2172
2201
2211
2865
2930
2938

Georgia National Bank, Athens
First National Bank, Dublin
Fourth National Bank, Macon
First National Bank, Sandersville.-National Bank of Wilkes at Washington.
First National Bank, Lyons
First National Bank, Vidalia First National Bank, Hartwell
Hancock National Bank, Sparta
First National Bank, Thomasville..
First National Bank, Reynolds
Dawson City National Bank, Dawson.
First National Bank, Fort Games. _
Winder National Bank, Winder
First National Bank, Millen 7
__
Citizens National Bank, Barnesvillel
Citizens National Bank, Washington.!

Dollars

Dollars

Dollars

Dollars

400,000
200,000
500,000
50,000
50,000

Apr.
Sept.
Nov.
Mar.
Jan.

17,1925
24,1928
26,1928
14,1929
12,1931

1,9i6,328
277,770
8,123, 464
77, 510
145,081

25,000
35,000
75,000
25,000
100,000
25,000
100,000

Sept. 3,1931
Mar.
May
July
Oct.
Nov.

8,1932
24,1932
27,1932
20,1932
14,1932

127,698
169, 230
80,069
100, 250
123,965
27,142
168, 623

34,702
91,055
160, 471
109, 975
191, 630
92,055
394, 209

26, 203
135,037
25, 216
49, 649
100, 874
26, 427
104, 893

50,000
100,000
25,000
50,000
75,000

Dec.
Dec.
June
Aug.
Aug.

19,1932
30,1932
26,1934
29,1935
12,1936

18,187
148, 271
71, 422
10, 478
(4)

130,654
259, 615
36,045
61,406

8,435
32,837
11,394
50,781

100,000 Jan. 19,1929

804, 625

211,021

125,967

25,000 Aug. 20,1931
150,000 Dec. 2,1931

35, 546
52, 545

26,736
142, 645

49, 232
228, 821

100,000
25, 000
25, 000
100, 000
375,000
25, 000

Dec. 12,1931
Mar. 19,1932
May 3,1932
May 25,1932
Aug. 9,1932
Sept. 12,1932

494, 827
52, 688
63, 589
194,867
1,539,386
64,176

463,506
74,308
62,479
377,064
886,087
82, 735

240, 481
540
58, 269
74, 213
616, 544
10, 843

50,000
35,000
200,000
50,000

Sept.
Aug.
Oct.
Jan.

27,1928
14,1929
18,1929
7,1930

421,553
118,657
841,377
236.630

98,004
59,176
525,887
159,213

97,699
16,354
207,807
532, 793

40,000 Mar. 8,1930

213, 643

167,012

41, 712

Apr.
July
Oct.
Oct.

1,1930
31,1930
11,1930
25,1930

318,034
265,528
164, 622

553,102
276,120
141, 238

34, 792
110,068
24, 344

500,000 Nov. 10,1930

721,120

3, 525, 610

509,361

Nov. 18,1930
Nov. 21,1930
Nov. 28,1930
Nov. 29,1930
Dec. 5,1930
Dec. 17,1930
do

188,473
77,290
162, 966
315,405
1,130, 763
175,801
16,210

108,188
57,223
101,292
1,216,006
771,438
139,656
241,217

15,893
13,421
39,713
177,159
50,442
25, 373
432, 251

60,000 Dec. 20,1930
25, 000 Dec. 26,1930

150,583
98,526

206,466
167,866

49,887
45, 590

do

743,757
911, 439
1,070,097
378,082
254, 767

585, 896
561, 448
938, 815
72,135
50,387

IDAHO

1659
1826

First Exchange National Bank,
Coeur d'Alene.
First National Bank, Bancroft
Twin Falls National Bank, Twin

1843
2003
2020
2031
2112
2130

First National Bank, Twin Falls
Security National Bank, Fairfield-..
First National Bank in Driggs
Citizens National Bank, Salmon
Boise City National Bank, Boise—.
Parma National Bank, Parma

1259

TPallc
i? ans.

ILLINOIS

First National Bank, Aledo
First National Bank, Maquon
First National Bank, Taylorville.__.
First National Bank in Mount Sterling.
1347 Commercial National Bank, Chatsworth.
1359 Pana National Bank, Pana
._
_
1389 First National Bank, McLeansboro.
1407 First National Bank, Martinsville..
1413 Old First National Bank, Farmer
City.*
1420 Quincy-Ricker National Bank &
L rust vo., t^umcy.
1425 First National Bank, West Salem.__
1429 First National Bank, Plymouth i6___
1432 First National Bank, Westfield
1437 First National Bank, Benton
1444 First National Bank, Marion
1459 Kansas National Bank, Kansas
1460 First National Bank, Mount Sterling.1
1471 First National Bank, Augusta
1476 First National Bank, Sesser
Footnotes at end of table, pp. 410 and 411.
1232
1304
1312
1322




100,000
50,000
25,000
65,000

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

KEPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

269

1936, dates of appointment of receivers and final closing, with nominal amounts of
capital stock and stock assessments, amounts collected from all sources, including
various other data indicating the progress or results of liquidation to October 31,

Progress of liquidation to date of this report

Additional
assets
received
since date
of failure

Dollars
157,024
244,006
152, 325
16,838
143,938

Total
assessment
upon
shareholders

Total
assets and
stock assessment

ReceiverCash col- ship earnings, cash Unpaid
Cash col- lections
collecfrom
balance
lections
tions from R. F. C.
stock
interest,
from assets assessloan
premiment
ums, rent,
etc.

Dollars
Dollars
400,000 3,803,005
200,000 2,194,663
500,000 10, 784, 701
594,565
50,000
50,000
644,173

Dollar,
Dollar,
Dollars
133, 394
1,898,876 315, 720
37,121
817,467
80,489
206,009
7,368,431 284,297
15,104
247,664
11,060
15,907
169,504
23,688

Offsets
allowed
and
settled

Dollars
346,151
115,060
1,002,668
19,481
16, 500
27, 760

Dollars

Total collections
from all
sources,
including
offsets allowed and
unpaid
balance
R. F. C.
loan

Dollar,
2,694,141
1,050,137
8,861,405
293,309
253,359

909
1231
1242
1276
1493

14,927
9,707
5,513
43, 501

19,602
31, 294
12,16;
13,451
14, 253
5,779
34, 671

141,537
192, 408
194,619
188,925
250,020
104,379
535,916

1667
1668
1997
2028
2102
2157
?172

21, 796
45,300
3,429
14, 734

5,133
16,045
8,717
3,718

3,669
26,339
6,934
10

107,912
329, 256
102, 238
39,346

2201
2211
2865
2930
2938

813,706

34,126

36,922

95,78

980,534 1259

77, 210
154,489

14,919
23,; '

3,768
32,165

99,334 1659
219,232 1826

. 56,063
12,981
11,195
43,329
116,773
5,700

3,437
8,772
60, 297
9,463
7,191
36,216
94, 260
10,062

949,574 1843
65,262
136,546 2003
3,438
118,022 2020
7,299
531,823 2031
60,632
142, 222 1,991,937 2112
117,101 2130
4,263

35,155
22,537
153,778
27,658

30, 257
9,591
68,579
6,406

476,496 1232
31,686
180,093 1304
8,409
94,243 1,353,312 1312
17, 690
549,088 1322

12, 256
32,792
55,952
10,134
91, 288
12,729
6,901

25,000
35,000
75,000
25,000
100,000
25,000
100,000

225,859
463,114
396, 708
295,008
607, 757
183,353
774, 626

102,549
140,356
127, 25.
138,847
165,451
78,177

7,642
11,524
48,385
21,700
60,609
14,910
58,761

7,371
31, 239
8,818
22

50,000
100,000
25,000
50,000
75, 000

214,647
571,962
152, 679
172, 687
75, 000

77,314
241,572
83,158
20,884

13,049

100,000

1, 254, 662

19, 572
82,006

25,000
150,000

156,086
656,017

27,992
11,886
3,695
74,471
365,662
4,222

100,000
25,000
25,000
100,000
375,000
25,000

1,326,806
164,422
213,032
820,615
3,782,679
186,976

767,952
110,664
92,337
391,646
1,638, 682
97,076

3,591
2,396
121,754
12,142

50,000
35,000
200,000
50,000

379,398
670,847
139,556
231,583
1,896, 825 1,036,712
497,334
990, 778

11,744
9,234
6,814

21,442

40,000

483,809

202,423

21,711

16,012

40,849

280,995 1347

15,345
11,482
30,847
14

100,000
50,000
25,000
65,000

1,021, 273
713,198
386,051
65,014

497,064
284,853
143,026

63,758
4,637
12, 501
57, 718

41,001
13,574
16,673
756

36, 246
37,610
14,862

638,069
340,674
187,062
58,474

91,543

500,000

5,347,634

2, 521,354

324,009

178, 505

24,156
1,369
38,302
157,103
41,148
65,131
6,159

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

361, 710
174,303
392, 273
1,965,673
2,093, 791
455,961
795, 837

137,371
87,321
154,481
843, 588
805,075
180,428
144,970

20, 705
23, 070
48, 726
28,129
60,059
42,965
58,123

9,014
5,060
16,195
83,792
96,278
11,757
3,661

5,765
42, 337

60,000
25,000

472, 701
379,319

179, 867
151,878

48,066
11,581

14,112
12f 943




1359
1389
1407
1413

229,172 3, 253,040 1420

20,353

8,100

38,961
6,167
9,247
80,162
137,873
15,866
20,451
21,131

206,051
121,618
228,649
1,035,671
1,119,638
251, 016
206,754

1425
1429
1432
1437
1444
1459
1460

270,596 1471
197, 533 1476

270

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

TABLE NO. 34.—National banks in charge of receivers during year ended October 31,
total assets at date of failure and additional assets acquired subsequent thereto,
offsets allowed and earnings, together with the disposition of such collections, and
1936—Continued
Progress of liquidation to date of this
report—Continued

Loss on
assets Book value
compounded of remainor sold ing uncollected
under
order of
court

Disposition of proceeds of liquidation
Dividends paid
by receivers

Conservators'
distributions
Book
Book
value of value of
remainassets
ing un- returned
To uncollected to share- To secured
secured
stock as- holders'
sessment agents creditors creditors

On secured
claims

Dollars

Dollars

909
1231
1242
1276
1493

Dollars
1,157,978
116,998
1,243,677
175,027
48,303

1667
1668
1997
2028
2102
2157
2172

11,422
88,141
55,379
9,193
100, 979
74,397
94,052

67, 286
168,323
126,909
108,517
227,074

17,358
23,476
26,615
3,300
39,391
10,090
41,239

2201
2211
2865
2930
2938

27,703
114,731
4,106
8,161

55,961
89, 320
33,481
93, 632

28,204
54,700
21, 571
35, 266
75, 000

1259

82,880

162,296

65,874

1659
1826

11,607
76,028

243,335

10,081
126,194

1843
2003
2020
2031
2112
2130

155,668
7,926
32, 746
92,298
394,903
12, 741

237,924
17,394
55,650
176,039
1,231,872
47,896

43,937
12,019
13,805
56, 671
258,227
19, 300

1232
1304
1312
1322

209,763
48,618
328,122
425, 754

237,748

14,845
12,463
46,222
22,342

1347

69,548

130,989

86,764
218,686
35,038
14

301,199
122,049
168,125

36, 242
45,363
12,499
7,282

1420

751, 583 1,345,525

1425
1429
1432
1437
1444
1459
1460

48,231
55,815
178,545
212,255
273,380
209, 667
550,867

Dollars
8 46,425 s 1,103,854
25,855
143,703
8 32,430 8 5, 542, 508
29,981
29,009
114,050

Dollars
1,376, 048
811,844
2, 895, 725
183,232
77,901

43,265
14, 368
75, 912
42, 607
84,974
35,508
141, 600

62,307
129,739
71, 524
99,441
97,806
54, sr
312, 582
53, 689
117,000
54,332
22,65'

18,289

1359
1389
1407
1413

Dollars
945,138
669,925
102, 393
348, 606

112,147
729,668
777,463

Dollars
84, 280
119,511
215,703
38,940
26,312

Dollars

8,056
6,119
17, 581
3,865
22,694
146,920

44,367
9,903
33,516

23, 654
108,978
16,407

8 7,979
38,501

8 615,264

314,384

7,378
7,490

40,997
42,500

7,786
12, 668
7,108
18, 735
33,87^
8,067

434,638
57,222
13,293
156,476
837,107
22, 525

30,206
108,722
400,431
29,452
74,142
269,979
946, 570
58,386

278,291
114,499
762,601
95,288

139,605
47,168
456,876
419,860

23,091

126,119

100,630

242, 653
107,934
115,689

319, 042
156, 049
36,404
144

175,991

1,982,440

1,061,982

4,295
1,930
1,274
71, 871
39,941
7,035
41,877

48, 731

87, 178
80,420
192,121
199, 069
573,011
162, 979
3,945

91, 675
28,513
17,001
696,951
407, 302
65,192
141,171

9,661

168,645
87,134

69, 527
65,852

11,934
109, 637
102,746
1471
72,382
108,928
13, 419
1476
Footnotes at end of table, pp. 410 and 411,




Dollars

On unsecured
claims

Secured
and preferred
liabilities
paid
except
through
dividends,
including
offsets
allowed

3,494
7,897
52,209

9,833

271

KEPOKT OP THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

1936, dates of appointment of receivers and final closing, with nominal amounts of
capital stock and stock assessments, amounts collected from all sources, including
various other data indicating the progress or results of liquidation to October 31,
Disposition of proceeds of liquidationContinued

Receiv- Cash in
Cash adhands
vanced Conser- ers' salof comparies,
in pro- vators'
tection expenses legal and troller
and reother
of assets
expenses ceivers

Dollars
Dollars
93,049
2,364
3,539
1,618
6,220

Amount
returned
to shareholders
in cash

Dollars
Dollars
Dollars
72,987
1,678
57,364
9,007
211,183 176,020
32,615
16,854
42,075
13,113

537
1,017
735
1,881
2,469
573
4,931

19,421
24,405
24,125
27, 761
22,064
13,481
27,686

7,951
16, 760
4,742
13,370
20,013

841
661
415

16,203
31,955
8,750
4,552

3,622
37,146
15,374
12,137

489

38,861

3,557

1,424

16,853
29,181

29,915

65,229
17,155
12,899
39,840
98,258
16,082

32, 621
7,068
9,S65
42,293
71, 225
11, 626

8,869
615
4,500
4,900
415

17,551
153
11, 587

6,960

Dividends
(percent)

12,981

299,126
353,029
177,436
229,789
315,748
125,936
479,893

90,954
256,469
86,209
121,621
188,596
70,036
157,373

50
7
86.667
35
45
50.7
100

33,789
170,771
33,361
70,110

Date
finally
closed

702,785

909
1231
1242
1276
1493

70
63
50

1,029,364
3,900

Interest
dividends
(percent)

Dollars
Dollars
2,479,962 1,091,689 8100
1,567,528
698,943 20
9,447,087 6,465,176 8 84
434,850
393,278 15
387,365
303,242 37.5

100,698
329,093
90,057
70,120

4,750

41,049
18,273
52,567 ~~~46,~596
33,940

Total
liabilities
Amount
established to of claims
proved
date of
report

78,824
308,019

8

2201
2211
2865
2930
2938

87.5

43,329 100
185,381 22

636.812 68
1,051,137
51,183 100
94,104
66,017 20
272,015
252,777 60
543,172
2,566,817 1,571,077 53.334
65,588 40
124,928

566,078
159,566
1,325,346
879,183

3 18.17

1667
1668
1997
2028
2102
8/25/36 2157
9/15/36 2172

424,116 65.61
111,986 100
837,910 89
449,044 21.02

1259
a 11.65

12/31/35

1843
2003
2020
2031
2112
2130

11.81

rolls'"

1659
1826

8/29/36 1232
9/17/36 1304
1312
10/29/36 1322

239

27,546

26,461

- 382,056

279,603

45

1347

6,787
178
1,434

37,762
29,869
26,888
2,153

28,331
38, 747
6,647
3,968

798,914
599,395
319, 291
65, 262

473,905
431,505
282,240
65,262

50
25
41
80

1359
1389
1407
1413

50,790

139,495

18,333

4,159,466 3,045,051

65

1420

741

22,397
12,685
17,472
79,426
86,348
22,845
12,907

4,060

296,913
216,533
117,199
88,006
254,522
236,078
1,504,485
794, 626
1,792, 941 1,348, 212
265, 653
197,027
561, 519
533,973

40
90.4
81.26
25
42
82.17
9. 8649

2,055
5,096
36,611

2,732
4,526

26,953
21,971




55,129
6,533

2,739
8,389

339,887
289,755

268,004
211,606

63
40

5/20/36
10/30/36
9/19/36
5/27/36

1425
1429
1432
1437
1444
1459
1460
1471
1476

272

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

TABLE NO. 34.—National banks in charge of receivers during year ended October 81,
total assets at date of failure and additional assets acquired subsequent thereto,
offsets allowed and earnings, together with the disposition of such collections, and
1936—Continued
Book value of assets at date of
failure

Name and location of banks

Capital
stock at
date of
failure

Date receiver
appointed

Estimated E s t i m a t e d Estimated
doubtful
worthless
good

ILLINOIS—Continued
1490
1546
1547
1570
1582
1596
1597
1601
1604
1606
1609

Lawrence Avenue National Bank,
Chicago.
First National Bank, Oak Park
Austin National Bank, Chicago
First National Bank & Trust Co.,
Paris, i
Albany Park National Bank &
Trust Co., Chicago.
Washington Park National Bank,
Chicago.
Inland-Irving National Bank, Chicago.
Manufacturers National Bank &
Trust Co., Rcckford.
Security National Bank, Rockford._
First National Bank, Downers
Grove.
Waukegan National Bank, Wauke-

First National Bank, Watseka.
First National Bank, Morrisonville.
Will County National Bank, Joliet.
First National Bank, Polo
Rogers Park National Bank, Chicago.
1696 Ogden National Bank, Chicago
1698 Farmers National Bank, New Bedford.
1708 First National Bank, Kewanee
1711 National City Bank, Ottawa
1715 Calumet National Bank, Chicago. _.
1721 First National Bank, Carterville
1750 West Side Atlas National Bank,
Chicago.
1755 First National Bank, Erie
1785 City National Bank, Herrin
1779 National Bank of Albion, Albion
1786 First National Bank, Sycamore
1808 First National Bank, Noble
1830 First National Bank, West Frankfort.
1831 First National Bank, Christopher
1850 First National Bank, Momence
1853 Gillespie National Bank, Gillespie_.
1880 First National Bank, Cambridge i__
1906 Home National Bank, Elgin
1910 First National Bank in Mount Olive.
1923 Griggsville National Bank, Griggsville.
1928 Farmers National Bank, Pekin
1939 First National Bank, Harvey
1943 Hopedale National Bank, Hopedale.
1944 First National Bank, Palatine
1961 Joliet National Bank, Joliet _ . _ .
1968 Rockford National Bank, Rockford.
1969 First National Bank, Mendota
1970 Mendota National Bank, Mendota.
1982 John Weedman National Bank,
Farmer City.
1983 First National Bank, Le Roy.. . ._
Footnotes at end of table, pp. 410 and 411.
1614
1616
1629
1651
1688




Dollars

Dollars

Dollars

200,000 Jan.

9,1931

200,336

609, 989

Dollars
126,068

100,000 Apr.
250,000 Apr.
150,000 May

1,1931
6,1931
4,1931

149,099
1, 495,116
289, 304

319, 550
1, 531, 216
279,181

17, 570
84, 248
194, 940

300,000 May 19,1931

908,969

1, 595,801

86, 003

9,1931

2, 863,461

4,086, 761

1, 593, 884

525, 000 . . _ do

1,992,425

3, 243,080

468,707

500, 000 June 16,1931

2, 204,934

2,895,098

81,831

200, 000 June 18,1931
100, 000 June 19,1931

724, 599
393,110

1, 272, 625
611, 026

412,832
50, 212

250,000 June 22,1931

1,108, 437

2, 311,901

57,157

July 15,1931
Aug. 12,1931
Sept. 24,1931

156, 136
88, 272
772, 242
263, 798
223, 731

189, 675
175, 884
2, 309, 567
256, 619
1,146,953

40, 889
11, 859
105, 397
17, 602
24,106

200,000 Oct. 1,1931
do
25, 000

165, 412
67,756

385, 314
47, 548

193, 443
10, 630

125, 000
200, 000
400, 000
50, 000
200, 000

Oct. 6,1931
do
Oct. 7,1931
Oct. 10,1931
Oct. 16,1931

901,339
355, 425
681, 534
109, 729
233, 221

674,316
835,070
2, 473,162
302, 490
1, 399, 639

15,423
182, 284
352,113
12, 235
441, 558

40,000
50, 000
50,000
175,000
25,000
25,000

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Nov.
Dec.

364,944
55, 784
268, 285
755, 978
42, 226
126, 400

254, 077
821, 906
469, 540
881, 853
157, 972
968, 697

8,885
31,012
5,081
117,316
19, 733
46, 233

60,000
50,000
75,000
50, 000
150,000
50, 000
50, 000

Dec. 17,1931
Dec. 19,1931
Jan. 8,1932
Jan. 20,1932
do
Jan. 26,1932

102,802
82, 500
103,838
52,441
611,515
44, 547
56,496

878,008
555,887
1,359,075
200,181
1,047, 685
504,590
247,328

21,826
148
15,129
21, 249
356, 370
3,163
19, 588

506, 461
479, 533
54,513
24, 268
1, 229, 847
2, 379, 291
84,823
166,108
208, 339

743,929
655, 030
99, 796
163,947
4, 346, 476
4, 284,188
381, 618
475, 892
196, 095

3,779
56,433
28, 388
32,141
17, 229
107, 990
207,178
268, 810
72, 745

111,090

135,116

41,012

600,000 June

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

100 000
100, 000
50,000
50,000
700,000
750,000
100 000
100 000
75,000
50,000

June 29,1931
do

19,1931
22,1931
29,1931
31,1931
14,1931
7,1931

do

do

Feb.
Feb.

do

1,1932
2,1932

Feb. 10,1932
Feb. 12,1932
do
do

Feb. 19,1932
do

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

273

1936, dates of appointment of receivers and final closing, with nominal amounts of
capital stock and stock assessments, amounts collected from all sources, including
various other data indicating the progress or results of liquidation to October 31,

Progress of liquidation to date of this report

Additional
assets
received
since date
of failure

Total
assessment
upon
share-

Total
assets and
stock assessment

holders

Cash colCash col- lections
from
lections
stock
from assets assessment

Dollars;
Dollars
Dollars
49,27
348, 569
1,147, 701

Receivership earnings, cash Unpaid
collecbalance
tions from R. F. C.
interest,
loan
premiums, rent,
etc.

Dollars
200,000

19,483
38,189
101,771

100,000
250,000
150,000

208, 987
605, 702
3,398, 769 1, 540,071
437,326
1,015,196

16,406
113,82'
103,069

14, 332
109,
70,593

127, 760

300,000

3,018,533

125,812

102,423

395, 591

600,000

9, 539,697 4,381,

260, £

312,343

169, 200

525,000

6,398,41

2, 884,666

150, 571

217,094

93,625

500,000

5, 775,488 2,885, 606

289, 806

73, 709

30,600

108,028
20,140

200,000
100,000

2, 718, 084 1,031,371
1,174,488
481,959

128,143
50,130

4.1.871
37,990

24, 800
7,500

96, 987

250,000

3, 824,482 1,448,490

119,345

148, 334

73,000

19,894
64, 427
166,997
8,792
2,607

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

456, 594
176,109
120,538
390,442
3,554, 203 1, 631, 259
321, 448
596,811
590,996
1,497,397

21, 685
30,078
74,546
33, 998
38, 38'

13,310
8,515
139,828
21, 296
73,784

25, 65'

66,766
12, 463

200,000
25,000

40,958
19, 253

16,452
4,907

197.176
180,032
83,546
827
20,393

125,000
200,000
400, 000
50,000
200,000

253, 803
77, 598
1,913,254 1,055,908
1,752,811
523, 290
3,990,355 1, 637,454
475, 281
178. 850
2, 294, 811 1,240, 580

105,196
48.381
157, 289
33,102
71,044

81,732
37, 584
143, 227
15,096
83, 675

28, 753
52, 621
5,612
58,362
4,487
105,482

40, 000
50,000
50,000
175,000
25,000
25,000

696, 659
1,011,323
798, 518
1,988, 509
249,418
1,271,812

301,494
529,11"
335,943
960, 342
106, 85!"
715,044

15,11'
31,380
41,311
130,916
18.823
14, 500

21,820
33, 775
17,
79,918
8,169
35, 685

66,317
86,948
42,635
70,724
91,296
83,894
8,401

60,000
50,000
75,000
50,000
150,000
50,000
50,000

744,518
1,128,953
329,140
775,483
719,823
1, 595,677
66,
394,595
2, 2.56, 886 1, 276,982
261,439
686,194
199,179
381,813

38,983
43,209
39.382
20,500
121,218
30, 518
43, 753

44,078
33,306
86, 111
12,783
57, 212
25,302
14,568

148, 602
50,475
48,180
1,633
287,907
339, 285
77, 691
151,457
159,061

100,000
100,000
50,000
50,000
700,000
750,000
100,000
100,000
75,000

726, 231
1, 502, 771
602,062
1,341,471
78,415
280, 877
71,383
271,989
6,581,459 2,019, 551
7, 860, 754 2,702,419
302, 201
851,310
573,001
1,162,267
325,148
711, 240

82,979
81,199
32,086
29,712
162,633
463,599
82,354
69,436
44,411

61,659
51,912
7,739
7,824
149,175
145,316
34,077
41,717
32,352

6,800
17 375, 450

107,284

50,000

23,769

12,297

1,700

1,584, 403

1,010,935
163, 397

444, 502




165,050

Dollars

Dollars
57, 762

Dollars
481,932 1490

30, 649
166,421

Dollars
11,308

Dollan
26,327

Total collections
from all
sources,
Offsets
allowed including
offsets aland
settled lowed and
unpaid
balance
R. F. C.
loan

270, 374 1546
1,930, 280 1547
1570
634, 58"
1582
1, 907, 254
1596
5,580, 920

23,599
13, 563

81,053
625, 71'
493,911

3, 746, 242
1601
369,339 3,649,060
204,261 1,430,446
69, 368
646,947 1606
258,370 2,047, 539 1609
227, 388 1614
16.281
178,093 1616
18,
154, 768 2,026,058 1629
23,031
399, 773 1651
60,919
764,086 1688
67, 737
13,37:

39, 600

15,000

6,536

378,950 1696
115,131

63,408
114,125
166,885
9,583
137,026

1,306, 244 1708
762,980 1711
2,104, 855 1715
236, 631 1721
1, 532, 325 1750

369, 709
31, 278
678,478
84,210
435,911
40,852
124,029 1,295, 205
141,849
8,002
812,331
32,102

1755
1765
1779
1786
1808
1830

839,651
428,962
871,437
100,282
1,611,854
324, 757
274,213

1831
1850
1853
1880
1906
1910
1923

12,072
23, 307
19,585
156,442
7,498
16,713

54, 800

934,767 1928
63,1
791,040 1939
55,867
154,342 1943
36,102
119,919 1944
4,200
395,167 3.101,976 1961
580,612 3,891,946 1968
15,419
488, 851 1969
49,584
733,738 1970
35, 787
437, 698 1982
19,063

221,879 1983

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TABLE NO. 34.—National banks in charge of receivers during year ended October SI,
total assets at date of failure and additional assets acquired subsequent thereto,
offsets allowed and earnings, together with the disposition of such collections, and
1986—Continued
Progress of liquidation to date of this
report—Continued

Loss on
assets Book value
compounded of remainor sold ing uncollected
under
order of
court

1490

Conservators'
distributions
Book
Book
value of value of
remainassets
ing un- returned
collected to share- To seTo unstock as- holders'
cured
secured
sessment agents creditors creditors

Dollars
Dollars
Dollars
446,140 150,726
95, 230
216, 608
936,071

1546
1547
1570

49,458
506,206
404,271

1582

298, 245

1596

780,860

1597

538, 277 1,956, 558

1601

330,830

1,689,713

1604
1606

240,403 1,042,049
121, 801
401,360

Dollars

374,429

1609
1614
1616
1629
1651
1688

754, 832

83,594
136,176
46,931

Dollars

Dollars

Dividends paid
by receivers

On secured
claims

On unsecured
claims

Dollars
2,484

Dollars
150,706

Secured
and preferred
liabilities
paid
except
through
dividends,
including
offsets
allowed
Dollars
210,186

146,533
929,911

33,355
761,458
519, 393

927, 559

714,734

102,233

174,188

3,151, 221 • 339,039

4,022, 828

813,835

1,819, 297

1, 566, 710

210,194

1, 627, 502

1,847, 816

71, 857
49,870

759, 313
400,062

578,977
155,232

2,760

2,617

1, 780, 001

130,655

1, 329,970

494, 835

162,307
51, 897
169,934
31,008
191,887 1,376, 289
150,050
52, 282
392,885
352, 597

28,312
19, 922
125, 454
16, 002
61,613

117,653
73,107
1, 267, 349
304, 750
283, 349

40, 871
72, 357
562, 226
56,961
382,101

281,110

159, 041
5,74'

157, 907
79,307

147,
20,603

617,745
387, 824
719, 570
81, 590
440,081

395,644
314,394
900,453
98,157
812,878

249, 389
214,586
188,882
830,451
66, 085
293,691

77, 511
404, 266
175, 075
297,008
38,478
477,710

192, 569
275,369
243,750

607, 383
80,350
569, 346
74,065
787, 681
116,176
41, 723

87,621

1696
47,426
1708
1711
1715
1721
1750

496, 721
172, 217
831,424
83,97r
440, 529 1, 345,487
159,949
76, 899
497, 205
220,000

19,804
151,619
242, 711
16, 898
128,956

1755
1765
1779
1786
1808
1830

37,985
147, 245
73,411
212,864
41,741
257, 536

285,902
200, 755
298,312
516,274
67,820
242,130

24, 883
18, 620
8,689
44,084
6,177
10, 500

1831
1850
1853
1880
1906
1910
1923

132,921
133,417
408, 327
19, 898
487,448
149, 690
115,921

179,442
239, 619
372,94:
257, 698
185,994
217, 567

21,01
6,791
35, 61S
29, 500
28, 782

1928
1939
1943
1944
1961
1968
1969
1970
1982

402, 245
210,397
315,165
268, 377
79,707
36, 653
134, 222
12,184
474,058 2, 992, 683
417, 082 3,410, 641
164, 881
364, 981
74, 701
76,604
198,701

17, 021
18, 801
17,
20, 288
537, 367
286, 401
17,646
30, 564
30,589

1983

Disposition of proceeds of liquidation

21,792

188,597

19, 482
6,247

26,231

Footnotes at end of table, pp. 410 and 411.




25,431

51,177
128, 706

4,358

1,056
14, 054
13,973

16, 772
1,210

721, 244
149, 504
214, 554

203,34'
620,188
299, 560
348, 391
56,728
61,392
49,193
40,373
1,137, 081 1,713,958
2, 019, 053 1,391, 225
67, 289
360, 652
128, 648
547,443
309,562
55,197
136,148

63,611

275

EEPOBT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

1936, dates of appointment of receivers and final closing, with nominal amounts of
capital stock and stock assessments, amounts collected from all sources, including
various other data indicating the progress or results of liquidation to October 31,
Disposition of proceeds of liquidation
Continued

Cash advanced
in protection
of assets

Receiv- Cash in
hands
Conser- ers' sal- of comparies,
vators'
troller
expenses legal and and reother
expenses ceivers

Dollars
Dollars
20,514
16,055
35, 764

Dollars
Dollars
Dollars
48,473
49,569
30,289
140,089

44,142
63,058

12,961
132,380
47, 722
32,759

Amount
returned
to shareholders
in cash

124, 873
327,095

7,708
369,440
70,550

Total
liabilities Amount
estab- of claims
lished to proved
date of
report

Dollars
783,956

Dividends
(percent)

Interest
diviDate
dends finally
(perclosed
cent)

Dollars
557, 566

1490

366,348 40
411,633
2,640,387 1,855, 742 50
17. 217
728,069
593, 790

2/26/36

1582

2,232,025 1,471, 439
60
7, 565, 237 6,691, 758

1596
1597

50

17,152
24,635

124, 876
72,126
60, 821

48, 456

152,174

22,104

5, 264,352 3, 631, 712
4,458,367 2, 593,188
49
2,074, 556 1,503,691 52
770,382
3,042,792 2, 509,045 53

2,233
1,587
31,868
5,765
2,336

24, 622
17,003

42,009
14,039
14, 699
6,153
16,176

332, 560 286,287
264, 859 191,023
2,915,940 2,299,174
404,450
465,088
1, 228,355 833,358

12,425
30,186
2,221
62, 207
989
169

254,166

124,485
26,144
80,124

10,242
2,878
3,580

50,077
10,679
15, 221
66, 871 195, 798
54,171
4,370
126, 231 245, 217
17, 291 38,604
111,559
38, 932

593, 634
97,361

1755
1765
1779
1786
1808
1830

25,881
39, 246
38, 392
3,722
70, 955
25, 016
16, 781

12,994
31, 469
8,695
4,732
31, 974
12, 799

914, 715
546, 097
1,343,104
198, 926
1, 551, 799
477,178
246, 027

19,969

2,151




1696
1698

51
53

824
2,528
10,198
3,709

22,112
17,089
44,121

9/19/36

1708
1711
1715
1721
1750

563,695
485, 530
822,694
403,366
678, 835 497,588
1, 514,049 1,193,301
186,923
143, 627
1,027,630
535, 992

37, 875
38, 797
28, 591

1614
1616
1629
1651
1688

63
47
38.5
32.5
51. 667

2,766
5,914
28, 636
73, 993
14, 887
3,275

62,360
48,152
60, 754 64, 513
16, 093 19; 825
19, 766
5,174
150, 265 57, 481
185, 308 254, 682

1609

41
38
55
75
34

1, 462,386 980, 545
1,156,142
823,862
2, 856,411 1, 869, 111
352, 243 251,040
851,416
1,819,830

37, 401
45,179
39, 811
83, 691
17, 216
34,101

720
17,822
304
5,413
43,191
24, 906
923
551
227

1601
1604
1606

431,008 35
81, 550 97.25

2,642
8,533
3,507
10, 062
825
3,554

7,289
1,155

1546
1547
1570

296,304
458,948
764, 975
166, 217
753, 354
344,016
201, 362

1,015,495
822,465
999,136
688, 522
160, 071 102, 331
163,186
120,968
4, 606,072 2, 842,128
5,071,497 3, 612, 586
493, 200 423,933
778, 474 643, 757
375, 630 317, 705
224, 517

160,175

46
55
65
60
32
7.5
95
43.5
100

1 5.9
0

1831
1850
1853
1880
1906
1910
3/31/36 1923

75.1667
50
60
40.667
40
56
85
85
97.5

1928
1939
1943
1944
1961
1968
1969
1970
1982

8.5

19$3

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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

TABLE NO. 34.'—National banks in charge of receivers during year ended October 31,
total assets at date of failure and additional assets acquired subsequent thereto,
offsets allowed and earnings, together with the disposition of such collections, and
1936— Continued
Book value of assets at date of
failure

Name and location of banks

Capital
Stock at
date of
failure

Date receiver
appointed

Estimated Estimated Estimated
good
doubtful worthless

ILLINOIS—continued
1984
1994
1999
2013
2015
2016
2025
2041
2047
2051
2052
2055
2058
2060
2061
2062
2063
2064
2067
2068

Dollars

Dollars
First National Bank, Foosland
.
First National Bank, Hamilton
First National Bank, Alexis 1
Forest City National Bank, Rockford.
First National Bank, Albion i
Albion National Bank, Albion i
Douglas National Bank, Chicago. _First National Bank, Rock Falls
Alliance National Bank, Chicago.. _
Bowmanville National Bank, Chicago.
First National Bank, Oneida ._
First American National Bank &
Trust Co., Berwyn.
Jefferson Park National Bank, Chicago.
Jackson Park National Bank, Chicago.
Standard National Bank, Chicago._
Ravenswood National Bank, Ravenswood.
First National Bank, Wilmette
National Bank of Woodlawn, Chicago.
Midland National Bank, Chicago.-.
South Ashland National Bank, Chicago.
Peoples National Bank & Trust Co.,
Chicago.
First National Bank, Gardner
Hyde Park Kenwood National
Bank, Chicago.
First National Bank, Riverside
First National Bank in Aurora

Dollars

110,209
141,560
55,828
1, 555,934

Dollars

1,956
75,462
14, 579
154, 869

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

Feb.
Mar.
Mar.
Apr.

19,1932
2,1932
15,1932
19,1932

44,032
58,743
11,644
1,171,980

50,000
50, 000
250,000
50,000
200,000
300,000

Apr. 27,1932
do
May 21,1932
June 10,1932
June 15,1932
June 21,1932

4,439
10, 382
57, 625
137,814
217,902
335,821

118,039
127,099
673, 268
314,820
1, 675,105
2, 089,159

64, 200
43,098

92, 268
812, 733

27,015

300,000 June 25,1932

293, 312

1, 843, 228

22,859

200,000 .

do

35,000
175,000

. do

77, 286
75, 732
22,006
46, 014
8,794
229, 865

do

220, 717

1,006,584

95, 538

do
300, 000
200, 000 . . do

92, 575
225, 680

522, 341
528, 226

103, 750
9,502

150,000
300, 000

357, 657
180, 974

635, 413
1, 908, 095

166, 227
107, 652

117, 253
78, 208

700,917
191, 305

153,090
86, 600

do
do

250, 000 June 27,1932
200, 000
do
1,000,000 . . . do

480, 937

6, 726,552

73, 753

25,000 June 28,1932
600,000 July 1,1932

57, 681
908, 568

155, 075
3,145,838

7,865
795,364

50,000 July 6,1932
do
200,000

110, 828
861, 634

222,191
2,067, 710

1,110
394,575

2086

200,000 July

7,1932

223, 328

1,151,328

194,884

2107
2117
2118
2124
2127
2128
2134
2149
2158
2186
2215
2216

30,000
300,000
70,000
100,000
50,000
200,000
50,000
50,000
25,000
500,000
50,000
150,000

Aug. 1,1932
Aug. 12,1932
.....do
Aug. 22,1932
Aug. 29,1932
Sept. 7,1932
Sept. 22,1932
Oct. 8,1932
Oct. 20,1932
Nov. 21,1932
Dec. 31,1932
Jan. 3,1933

69,903
11,056
200
130,094
68,667

152,591
201,536
196,850
564,870
505,930

84,883
845,904
3,151
107,030
191,888

704
46,170
51,232
1, 426, 279
320,832
1,112, 467

71,144
108, 258
163,809
3, 994,537
730, 967
1, 535, 644

75,168
13,401
42,141
1, 679,820
188, 589
60, 915

55,000
50,000
50,000
100,000
50,000
25,000
25,000
75,000
100,000

Jan. 10,1933
Jan. 12,1933
Jan. 19,1933

110,026
114, 523
211,073
246, 581
33, 614
26, 536
68, 001
85, 596
637, 746

369, 263
555, 914
379, 541
1, 209, 203
257,924
80,444
105, 527
819,010
145,132

59,816
155,193
46,430
43, 686
33, 598
6,385
7,965
10, 220
127,042

2069
2072
2077
2082
2085

First National Bank & Trust Co.,
Chicago Heights.
First National Bank, Leland...
First National Bank, Aurora 1
First National Bank, Mount Olive L
First National Bank, Lawrenceville.
First National Bank, Marengo
Broadway National Bank, Chicago l*.
American National Bank, Gillespie
First National Bank, Mazon
First National Bank, Palestine
Ayers National Bank, Jacksonville..
First National Bank, Herrin..
Third National Bank, Mount
Vernon.
2223 First National Bank, Greenfield
2227 First National Bank, Anna
2236 First National Bank, Wheaton
2239 Farmers National Bank, Taylorville.
2256 First National Bank, Roodhouse
2263 First National Bank, Ridgway
2264 First National Bank, Secor
2266 Nokomis National Bank, Nokomis_.
2337 First National Bank, Hoopeston 7.__
Footnotes at end of table, pp. 410 and 411.




do

Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Aug.

1,1933
4,1933
6,1933
9,1933
15,1933

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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

1936, dates of appointment of receivers and final closing, with nominal amounts of
capital stock and stock assessments, amounts collected from all sources, including
various other data indicating the progress or results of liquidation to October 31,

Progress of liquidation to date of this report

AddiTotal
tional
assets
ment
received
upon
since date shareof failure holders

Total
Cash colassets and
stock as- Cash col- lections
from
sessment
lections
stock
from assets assessment

Receivership earnings, cash Unpaid
collecbalance
tions from R.P.C.
interest,
loan
premiums, rent,

etc.

Dollars Dollars
11,027
93,353
33,648
156,933
33,349
30,622
1,560,738 192,484

Dollars
8,387
7,.r"
2,155
83,618

249,834
17,819
19,199
263,921
244,983
1,125,479
220,556
563, 220
960,115
2,143,290
3,129,472 1,314,977

30,923
29,665
24,440
31,718
37,433
63,276

1, 222

3,074
45,047
17,165
56,373
90,908

96,061
256,946

26,448
48,664

11,925
36, 517

107,585
65,513

216,462
331,513

1,336, 762
2, 640,759

250,000
200,000

Dollars
3,653
962
117
220,661

Dollars
25,000
50,000
50,000
300,000

70
708
122. 580
14,572
41,489
174, 627

50,000
50,000
250,000
50,000
200,000
300, 000

8,066
35,990

35,000
175,000

199,534
1,093,836

171,100

300,000

2, 630,499 1,232, 272

33,266

200,000

1,556,105

728,288

17,881
76,862

150,000
200,000

886, 547
1,040,270

27,465
144,038

150,000
300,000

13,592
27,657

Dollars
184,850
326, 727
132,168

3,403,444

Total collections
from all
sources,
Offsets
allowed including
offsets aland
settled lowed and
unpaid
balance
E. F. C.
loan

Dollars
2,300
4,500

Dollars
5,817
25, 509

Dollars
120,884 1984
228,478 1994
66,126 1999

102,100

253,382

2,192,322 2013

26, 500

794
2,779
37,736
19,442
30,150
151,648

50,758
54,717
378, 706
288,881
1,092, 571
1,620,809

8,500

2015
2016
2025
2041
2047
2051

9,662
24,589

144,096 2052
392,715 2055

91,129

81,381

1,512,367 2058

53,017

56,137

902,955 2060

49,312
50,996

8,344
46,399

62,071
30,165

336,189 2061
462,473 2062

532,491
939,616

52, 795
142,719

42, 272
40,746

68, 813
129, 506

7ol, 871 2063
1,252,587 2064

1,234,852
583,770

461,417
119,687

124,053
17,510

44, 608
5,020

52, 312
6,355

682,390 2067
148, 572

338,390 1,000,000

8,619,632

4,028,164

158,345

345,450

151,668

4, 747,827

11,710
481,426

25,000
600,000

257,331
5,931,196

111,449
2,376,800

7,135
131, 224

7,'
119,947

1,174
500,647

127,451 2072
3,128, 618 2077

16,281
14,496

50,000
200,000

400,410
3,538,415

171,172
1,947,017

41,451
190,051

12,261
140,287

26,038
222,200

250,922 2082
2,499,555 2085

16,819

200,000

1,786,359

1,084,201

59,496

88, 343

60,473

1,292,513

63,333
67,724
-50, 430
30, 219
5,539

30,000
300,000
70,000
100,000
50,000

400,710
1, 426, 220
320,631
932,213
822,024

127, 282
201,919

19,008
201,491
37,978
41,913
16, 650

8,763
23, 437
4,833
30,923
35, 515

39, 312
2,809
35, 769
24, 653

194,365
426,847
86,619
510, 548
530,978

1,563
3,010
6,938

25, 562
130,041
163,214

643,085
65,474
190,799

4, 218, 969
748, 571
2,031,125

401,943
454,160

802
19, 690
8,595
430,489
205, 827
144,448

50, 000
197, 818
11,681
50, 000
237, 519
91,016
25, 000
290,777
126,482
500, 000 8, 031,125 3,328, 770
50, 000 1,496,215
550,123
150, 000 3,003,474 1, 627, 387

10,436
28.194
18,266
120,262
40.195
136,477

639, 746
55, 000
287,444
50, 000
939,019
514,986
50, 000
698,175
395,091
100, 000 1, 674, 377 1,162, 658
50, 000
379,437
238,884
25,000
149,599
78,755
25, 000
214, 752
64, 765
75,000 1,008, 599
648,105
100,000 1,018, 030
587, 215

37,471
36,594
23, 200
59,321
42, 038
21,817
8,504
52,462
32, 700

13,936
42,483
24,069
78, 659
18,449
4,503
5,866
75,178
57, 920

3,400
5,500

64, 200

1,882
7,821
11, 528
126,852
33, 653
76,462

45, 641
63, 389
11,131
74, 907
4,301
11, 234
8,259
18,773
8,110

25,999

109487—37

19




59,126

12, 500
12, 274
25, 000
9,000
7

" 26," 166

2107
2117
2118
2124
2127
2128
2134
2149
2158
2186
2215
2216

352,630 2223
13,779!
624,462 2227
17,899
22, 058
476,692 2236
50, 387 1,376,025 2239
6,722
306,093 2256
4,148
109,223 2263
5,379
93, 514 2204
28,064
803,809 2266
38,097
742,032 2337

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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

TABLE NO. 34.'—National banks in charge of receivers during^ year ended October 31,
total assets at date of failure and additional assets acquired subsequent thereto,
offsets allowed and earnings, together with the disposition of such collections, and
1936—Continued
Progress of liquidation to date of this
report—Continued

Loss on
assets
compounded
or sold
under
order of
court

Disposition of proceeds of liquidation

Conservators'
distributions
Book
Book
Book value value of value of
assets
of remain- remaining uncol- ing un- returned
To unTo secollected to sharelected
cured
secured
stock as- holders'
assets
creditors creditors
agents
sessment

Dividends paid
by receivers

On secured
claims

On unsecured
claims

Dollars

Dollars
100,227
142,820

Secured
and preferred
liabilities
paid
except
through
dividends,
including
offsets
allowed

1,443,859

Dollars
10,986
63, 684
32,168
569, 523

85
74
134,158
114, 224
149, 093
312, 704

19, 064
23, 793
160, 480
111, 682
886,083
1,066, 277

94,299
52,199

37, 657
236,050

338,103

915,886

358,664

397,018

164,279
269,202

108,054
106, 231

246, 610
520,545

393,362
555,801

260,425
89,833

345,948
26,643

841,655

1,741,243

2,624,507

65,337
2,113,325

17,865
468,776

49,525
727,102

56,698
1.863,518

58,520
174,665

94,680
994, 533

8,549
9,949

3,025
55

73,772
1,418,310

136,066
672,382

2086

270, 222

171,463

140, 504

66,849

650,169

468, 621

2107
2117
2118
2124
2127
2128
2134
2149
2158
2186
2215
2216

36,261
145, 963
18, 500
93,727
136,634

167,855
778, 338
188, 323
300, 774
156, 577

10,992
98, 509
32, 022
58,087
33, 350

4,990
170, 295
29,858

65, 271
2,680
258, 572
300,455

95, 520
101, 488
47, 769
197,132
126,134

28,203
42, 919
32, 474
1, 714, 624
133,132
332, 806

106,371
50, 574
99,883
1,844, 646
697,486
702, 482

39, 564
21, 806
6,734
379, 738
9,805
13, 523

61,182
99,446
671,209
535, 796
994,066

12,494
38,636
39,843
3,300,4'61
143,672
882, 955

2223
2227
2236
2239
2256
2263
2264
2266
2337

227,374
101,431
80, 847
93, 078
53,497
16, 830
6,515
76, 289
26,955

56,149
254, 703
150,179
268, 254

17, 529
13, 406
26, 800
40, 679
7,962
3,183
16, 496
22, 538
67,300

252,353
206,453
172, 069
650,284
229,967
74, 836
13, 634
169,351
414, 527

44,049
339,071
265,089
652,085
51, 277
14, 689
55, 910
590,698
266,344

926,715

Dollars
13,973
16,352
16,651
107,516

181, 221
191,943
39, 515
115,965
533,655
352, 571

553, 245
157, 257
419, 370
1,010, 276

2052
2055

22,367
106,243

531,058

8,552
126,336

2058

447,011

569,835

138,839

432,841

134,487

2061
2062

389,885
55,068

423,524

100,688
149,004

2063
2064

71,702
630,282

513,756
641,355

151, 655
67,562

319,468

125,947
182,490

2069

1,451,299

1,988,501

2072
2077

54,371
340,424

2082
2085

Dollars

97, 205
157,281

2067
2068

Dollars

192,415

2060

Dollars

19,077
20,335
225, 560
18, 282
162, 567
236, 724

1984
1994
1999
2013

Dollars
28,415
38, 439
51, 546
362, 609

2015
2016
2025
2041
2047
2051

Dollars
32,265
55,846

24,866
113, 093
181,141
265, 763

29, 417
28, 408
27, 710
6, 555
9,537
36,444

40,500
68,129

190,166

2,569

30,334

Footnotes at end of table, pp. 410 and 411.




279

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

1936, dates of appointment of receivers and final closing, with nominal amounts of
capital stock and stock assessments, amounts collected from all sources, including
various other data indicating the progress or results of liquidation to October 81,
Disposition of proceeds of liquidationContinued

Receiv- Cash in
Cash adhands
vanced Conser- ers' sal- of comparies,
in pro- vators' legal and troller
tection expenses other
and reof assets
expenses ceivers

Dollars
Dollars
100
64,097
302

Amount
returned
to shareholders
in cash

Dollars
Dollars
Dollars
8,393
1,178
18, 878
3,096
4,541
96, 295
18, 548

Total
liabilities Amount
estab- of claims
lished to proved
date of
report

Dividends
(percent)

Interest
Date
dividends finally
(per- closed
cent)

Dollars

Dollars
110,140
121,700
158, 869
224, 388
49, 756
61, 598
2,193,837 1, 601, 702

91
90
59.12277
90

141,305
141, 235
151, 840 ' 151,226
566, 380
353, 049
426, 071
304,962
1, 490,150
565,362
2, 376, 302 1, 250,977

20. 278
18. 589
38
37.5
28
25

10/31/36

1984
1994
1999
2013

5/28/36
5/28/36

2015
2016
2025
2041
2047
2051

7/ 7/36

2052
2055

100
78,190

2,899
3,135
75, 745
28, 213
42, 256
135, 525

5,338
28, 207
5,502
28,113

30
12, 244

11,981
88, 220

4,002

124, 747
717, 667

16, 891

122,154

119, 333

1, 805, 890

845,023

40

8,496

85, 346

12, 931

1, 092, 289

697, 638

54

10, 479

40, 029
68, 644

7,917

1,140
20, 938

56, 216
85,062

4,543
70, 241

703

57, 559
29, 498

17, 755

83, 808

288, 888

9,381

5,983, 389 3,285,000

53

2069

82
85, 347

13, 567
215, 638

7,579
237,013

130,332
187, 803
4,184, 297 2,235, 264

38
32.5

2072
2077

4,007
74, 776

20, 209
176,353

13, 843
157, 679

134,162
276,081
2,914,799 2,200,334

55
64.5

2082
2085

7,491

84,076

15,307

1,255,477

711,720

91.333

2086

79
26, 594

16,254
37,904
5,196
30,822
40,872

12,251
87,886
3,796
23, 874
63,042

343,073
608,831
201,862
710,024
631,807

239,539
578,188
199,053
507,402
500,759

27.25
3)0. 5
15
51
60

1,629
19,588
15,177
20,397

2,901
15,092
16,385
131,363
48, 956
75, 647

7,043
12, 562
5,911
96, 348
4,970
58, 060

2107
2117
2118
2124
2127
2128
2134
2149
2158
2186
2215
2216

256
36,111
67
22,122
3,412
426
584
4,953
10, 730

23, 698
36, 598
34, 600
41,656
20,828
12,444
20,371
32,447
37,064

32, 274
6,229
4,867
9,878

2, 985

148
475
360

2,764

6,811




129

23, 827

3,502
3,015
6,360
6,556

265, 348
534,977

86, 729 100. 00
417, 323 12.5

152, 715 100
414,109 65

1, 014, 456
586,471
1, 760,854 1,192, 504
2,598

641, 878
115, 533

478, 500
780, 753
579,914
1,422,079
609
268,600
3,326
83, 727
150,175
867,407
759,044

8. 73

2058
2060
37

7/25/36

3 5. 309

85
52.5
25
53
65

433, 780 58. 333
459, 774 45
312,853 55
761, 662 85.333
216, 950 100
68, 761 100
90,907 15
260,969 65
487, 593 85

2061
2062
2063
2064

42
42.5

288, 533 90
85,305 100

146,292
113,800
71, 786
231, 699
189,349
6, 458,362 3,113, 664
1,172,137 1,010,807
2,440,885 1, 529, 711

3

36
8.45

9/15/36

2067
2068

2223
2227
2236
2239
9/ 2/36 2256
2263
2264
2266
2337

280

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

TABLE NO. 34.'—National banks in charge of receivers during year ended October 31,
total assets at date of failure and additional assets acquired subsequent thereto,
offsets allowed and earnings, together with the disposition of such collections, and
^£3£Continued
Book value of assets at date of
failure

Name and location of banks

Capital
stock at
date of
failure

Date receiver
appointed

Estimated Estimated Estimated
good
doubtful worthless

ILLINOIS—continued
2403
2404
2405
2406
2411
2431
2433
2434
2439
2478
2480
2485
2489
2490
2515
2516
2517
2518
2519
2521
2522
2523
2548
2554
2555
2568
2579
2580
2587
2589
2602
2616
2617
2620
2676
2677
2678
2679
2680
2682
2683
2755
2764
2770
2773
2788
2816
2828
2831
2840
2841

Dollars
First 7
National Bank, Crescent
25,000 Sept. 27,1933
City.
7
do
First National Bank, Carrier Mills ..
25.000
25,000
do.
First National Bank, Sidell77 .
do
First National Bank, Odin
25,000
Newman National Bank, Newman '_
50,000 Oct. 2,1933
100,000 Oct. 9,1933
Merchants National Bank, Galena 7_.
300,000
do
First National Bank, Freeport 77
100,000
do
Galena National Bank, Galena
First National Bank, Ridge Farm 7__
50,000 Oct. 10,1933
75,000 Oct. 26,1933
Peoples National Bank, Monmourn.1
do
75,000
First National Bank, Marseilles 77
First National Bank, Dallas City_ _ _
75,000 Oct. 27,1933
7
50,000
do
Earlville National Bank, Earlville _First National Bank in Braidwood 7_.
. do—.
25,000
Commercial National Bank, Wil50,000 Nov. 1,1933
7
mington.
do
50,000
First National Bank, Grayville7
do
First National Bank, Steward 7 7
50 000
do
25, 000
First National Bank, Compton
First National Bank, Ransom 77
25, 000
do
do
First National Bank, Sheridan
25 000
do
Farmers National Bank, Dahlgren 7__
25, 000
7
do
Farmers National Bank, Viola
40.000
50,000 Nov. 7,1933
First-Henry National Bank, Henry 7 ..
7
1, 040, 000 Nov. 10,1933
First National Bank, Joliet . 7
50.000
do
First National Bank, Earlville
25,000 Nov. 15,1933
First National Bank, Wilsonville77
25,000 Dec. 5,1933
First National Bank, Atwood
100,000
do
First-Lake County National Bank,
Libertyville.7
100,000 Dec. 7,1933
First National Bank, Morrison 77
50,000
do
First National Bank, La Harpe7
40,000 Dec. 9,1933
First National Bank, Tamaroa
7
100.000 Dec. 13,1933
First National Bank, Canton 7
125,000 . . do . . .
Canton National Bank, Canton
do
First National Bank, Arthur 7
50,000
150,000 Jan. 12,1934
First National Bank, Monticello 7 ...
7
100,000
do
First National Bank, Savanna 7
100,000 .
do
First National Bank, Mascoutah
do
State National Bank, Peru 7
150,000
7
50,000
.do
First National Bank, Chadwick 7
do
25,000
First National Bank, Hampshire ...
100,000
do
National Bank of Niles Center, Niles
Center.7
100,000 Mar. 2,1934
First National Bank, La Grange 7 . . .
50,000 Mar. 13,1934
First National Bank, Urbana 7 7
50,000 Mar. 15,1934
First National Bank, Granville
150,000 Mar. 19,1934
Taylorville National Bank, Taylorville.i
200,000 Mar. 29,1934
First Sterling National Bank,
oterimg.'
7
75,000 Mar. 27,1934
First National Bank, Naperville .-..
150,000 May 10,1934
Lincoln National Bank, Lincoln 7
140,000 May 22,1934
Hancock County National Bank,
uartnage.'
100,000 May 31,1934
American-First 7
National Bank,
Mount Carmel.
7
50,000
do
First National Bank, Breese

F o o t n o t e s a t e n d of table, p p . 410 a n d 411.




Dollars

Dollars

86,114
85,084
56, 359
150, 559
127, 448
1, 740,157
479, 766
18,694
249,037

64,002
7f>, 298
60, 791
139,879
387, 518
1, 207,057
2,056,873
60,429
444,803

6,117
20,051
9,056
13, 379
45,883
10,560
59, 540
55, 311
48,084

85,893
272,850
187, 272
69,690
179, 974

134,499
389, 610
83, 652
205, 466
135,864

4,103
57, 847
4,069
138
7,270

108,052
78, 427
78, 324
63, 908
101, 653
79,515
164, 727
240,123
5, 212, 954
137, 083
22, 534
73, 201
502, 953

277, 692
77, 982
59, 618
103,423
94,114
71,142
110,085
461, 686
1,807, 698
142,191
95,152
76,086
612, 502

52, 712
40,379
79,710
1,340
2,420
7,622
7,939
216,169
70,180
17, 335
3,980
18,145
22, 654

90,415
93, 799
347, 241
301, 320
375, 500
133,053
358, 821
602, 862
223, 280
889,184
102, 679
156,517
419,975

260, 512
104, 580
123,917
739, 580
749, 652
111,888
354,863
327, 792
720,190
830,422
140, 896
60, 425
691,137

65, 673
178,071
37,498
71, 506
16,021
46, 312
145, 991
45, 335
11, 358
4,210
2,884
28,679
18,108

410,655
408, 589
268, 217
408

186,890
376,813
221, 244
347,609

58,528
138,762
18,998
77,680

882,183

741, 651

59, 379

382,808
816,114
298,125

354,973
840, 439
239, 223

51,134
113,331
313, 329

796,647

1,156, 602

136,035

87,797

52, 524

5,305

64,037

66,971

Dollars

28,878

281

REPORT OP THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

1936, dates of appointment of receivers and final closing, with nominal amounts of
capital stock and stock assessments, amounts collected from all sources, including
various other data indicating the progress or results of liquidation to October 31,

Progress of liquidation to date of this report

AddiTotal
tional
assessassets
ment
received
upon
since date shareof failure holders

Dollars

Dollars

Total
Cash colassets and
stock as- Cash col- lections
sessment
from
lections
stock
from assets assessment

Dollars

Dollars

Receivership earnings, cash Unpaid
collecbalance
tions from R. F. C.
interest,
loan
premiums, rent,
etc.

Total collections
from all
sources,
Offsets
allowed including
offsets aland
settled lowed and
unpaid
balance
R. F. C.
loan

Dollars
5,450

Dollars
Dollars
Dollars
5,228
7,48
5,482
13, 500
4,523
4,648
11,729
7,664
10, 506
8,954
4,268
9,359
29,243
1,200
10,971
8,082
9,220
22, 225
43,910
22, 000
136, 966
141, 998
148,636
17 64, 290
24,910
%, 432
56, 574
3,800
4,382
6,534
22, 932
31,894
28, 257
41,571

Dollars
110.875
96,479
145.876
75, 624
228,690
467,270
2,654,587
2,053.930
94,135
500,941

2403

21,031

25,000

205,917

92,708

9,970
15,748
1,952
96, 962
11, 760
176,150
55, 244
19,193
34, 694

25,000
25, 000
25,000
50, 000
100, 000
300, 000
100,000
50, 000
75, 000

191,203
222,181
153,158
450,779
672, 609
3, 433, 924
2,751,423
203,627
851, 618

68,326
115,977
53,043
179,194
391,915
2, 204,987
1, 811, 724
56,487
399,219

18, 483
55,313
22, 301
38, 801
5,300

75,000
75,000
50, 000
25, 000
50, 000

317, 978
850,620
347,294
339, 095
378,408

98,159
370,361
171, 289
181, 092
175, 530

10, 993
14, 800
37, 544
14,358
7,519

10, 810
22, 221
11,381
18,998
22, 539

6,000
47, 600

30, 641
1,166
6,713
22, 553
12, 765
2,333
20,180
10, 340
759, 050
101,156
2,891
9,203
31, 397

50,000
50, 000
25,000

519,097
247, 954
249, 365
191, 224
235,952
185,612
342, 931
978,318
7, 849, 882
447,765
1*9, 55'
201, 635
1, 219, 506

163,214
100,731
110, 322
140,632
103,303
104,529
173, 281
368, 704
5, 217,710
173,827
64,174
132, 256
912,128

37,025
20,410
24,000

10,92:
8,221
8, 4'05
18, 580
6,029
5,289
13,875
32, 413
255,121
8,699
6,643
10, 372
67,214

9,700
5,100

85, 842
118,150
1,280
68,486
50,425
9,768
247,913
32,697
15, 665
227, 281
58,130
34,671
, 27, 739

100,000
50,000
40,000
100,000
125,000
50,000
150, 000
100,000
100,000

284,183
125,874
155,819
678, 562
745,072
213,682
593, 880
633,025
594,426
1,337,027
164, 283
180,898
793,718

68,753
16, 986
25,062
76,86f
82,313
35,629
44,333
21,325
57,107

50,000
25,000
100,000

602,44!
544,600
549,936
1,280, 892
1,316, 598
351,021
1, 257, 588
1,108,686
1,070,493
1, 951, 09"
354, 589
305, 292
1,256,959

16,193
17,109
33,563

24, 555
8,091
18, 263
39,061
65,948
12,922
34,950
37, 738
26,063
77,646
11, 787
25, 278
89, 623

9,724
205, 304
24,029
106,412

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

765, 797
1,179,468
582,488
682,109

462, 285
523, 540
363,327
199, 941

43,034
20, 454
16,193
62,039

26, 321
40,863
16,385
11,015

95, 517

200, 000

1, 978, 730

1,115, 644

129,041

91, 501

107,379

1,443,565 2788

29,889
83,578
52, 526

75,000
150, 000
140, 000

893, 804
2, 003,462
1, 043,203

529,888
1,247,

41,431
80,939
42, 766

37, 096
72, 670
29, 220

40,300

56,439
65,830
58,645

664, 854 281G
1, 467,124 2828
446.996 2831

10,780

100,000

2,200,064

66, 647

87, 202

178,489

1,996

50, 000

297, 622

12, 588

7,709

25,000
25,000
40, 000
50, 000
50,000
25, 000
25,000
50,000

20,160
19,463
27,942
33, 819
26, 390
14, 617
14, 761
19, 783

9,37.
21, 800

5,700
48, 700
516, 356

4,000
10, 500
17, 554
48, 000

49,356

400

7,696
24,907
15, 200
7,067
13,051

133,658
479.889
235,414
230.890
240,439

2404
2405
2406
2411
2431
2433
2434
2439
2478
2480
2485
2489
2490
2515

14, 360
235,222 2516
6,934
141,396 2517
9,264
151,991 2518
4,888
164; 100 2519
3,432
138,624 2521
7,569
136,850 2522
10,893
225,991 2523
26, 555
510,191 2548
311, 805 6,300,992 2554
6,771
215,687 2555
7,719
93,153 2568
10,064
167,453 2579
49,461 1,052, 586 2580
8,876
386,367
10, 773
172,224
238,467
21, 769
876,200
33, 715
944,610
51,277
275,369
13,136
728,250
55,087
720,292
28,204
697,63r
20,036
74,689 1, 538,718
202,711
10, 448
234, 628
11,343
939,284
22,380

2587
2589
2602
2616
2617
2620
2676
2677
2678
2679
2680
2682
2683

47,016
69, 701
23,453

2755
2764
2770
2773

578,656
654, 558
419, 758
272.995

276,065

90, 336 1,195, 575 2840

772,901




193, 862

12, 521

226,680 2841

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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

TABLE NO. 34.-—National banks in charge of receivers during year ended October 31,
total assets at date of failure and additional assets acquired subsequent thereto^
offsets allowed and earnings, together with the disposition of such collectionst and
1936—Continued
Progress of liquidation to date of this
report—Continued

Conservators'
distributions

Loss on
compounded
or sold
under
order of
court

Disposition of proceeds of liquidation

Book value
of remaining uncollected
assets

Dividends paid
by receivers

Book
Book
value of value of
remainassets
ing un- returned
To secollected to sharecured
stock as- holders'
creditors
sessment
agents

To unsecured
creditors

On secured
claims

On unsecured
claims

Dollars

Dollars

Dollars

Dollars
54,795

Dollars
35,856

23,681
75,174
33,257
138,940
155,309
754,751
484, 521
17,030
244,013

51,592
48,001
19,478
67,618
9,589
181, 292
26,202
46,206
190,574

35,142
183,419
127,627
120,877
151,002

63,867
248,313
61,682
87, 769
59,108

83, 670
67,176
89,515
106, 525
90, 510
87,274
144,748
238,982
1, 624, 690
131,474
44, 824
106, 705
240,344

115, 722
56,193
39,816
27,034
24,704
23,287
52,237
221,264
3, 035,116
45,862
27,732
41, 525
58,826

241,135
30,061
124, 809
413,760
129,488
162,350
189,046
75, 565
264,890
489,620
103,883
155, 716
724,871

99,517
114,129
78, 746
124,781
198,464
51, 601
123,246
108,273
30,195
382, 529
63,861
42, 776
107,082

47, 758
229,853
102, 017

59,483
302, 708
82,873
208,756

Dollars
16,346

Dollars
66,635

6,208
885
18,665
84, 454
179,849
469,831
18, 675
68,833

86,187
69, 475
65, 276
173, 677
87,020
612; 122
344, 958
74, 083
276,672

20 352
14 494
15 641
41,918
56 090
151,364
43 426
27,068
33,429

2490
2515

9,189
11,796
6,918
34, 676
14,400

127,934
368, 556
103.887
91, 260
125,427

64,007
60, 200
12 456
10,642
42,481

2516
2517
2518
2519
2521
2522
2523
2548
2554
2555
2568
2579
2580

85, 229
10, 025
9,819
12, 286
11,338
23,201
21,368
48,126
230, 664
18, 310
39, 962
7,660
79,142

206, 294
80,264
94,960
33, 418
92,879
25,313
97,389
484,933
2,089, 703
198, 857
12, 702

12,975
29,590
1,000

2587
2589
2602
2616
2617
2620
2676
2677
2678
2679
2680
268?,
2683

125,953
93,138
29,390
90, 211
71,857
6,352
64,110
113,588
174, 795
80, 841
49, 887
28, 722
47,300

83,430
264,815
302,958
378,404
323,392
67,851
394,511
233, 869
181,236
458, 540
79,971
59,329
293, 561

31 247
33 014
14 938
23 135
42, 687
14 371
105 667
78 675
42 893

2755
2764
2770
2773

22,711
93,847
49,041
332,168

133,785
442,380
96,667

56,966
29,546
33 807
87,961

2788

362,169

193, 538

70 959

2816
2828
2831

69,044
106,158
30, 785

163,433
433,789
537, 708

33 569
69 061
97,234

2840

155,770

1,081, 057

33,353

2841

13,471

27, 768

37,412

2403
2404
2405
2406
2411
2431
2433
2434
24R9
2478
2480
2485

128,775

Dollars
19,550

Dollars

9
9

9
9

9
255, 565
1,392,370
1,351, 693

5,113

4,840
5,537
12,058
16 181
23, 610
10,383
10 239
30, 217

199,104
117, 256

II, 281

9

26 655

9

31,986

105, 227

9

62,143
9 85,915

9

1, 299, 457

9

9
9

16,225

603,119

221, 901
390, 566

4,993
70, 336
14,955
9
1, 495

9

147, 284

9

212,390

9

134,443

9

509, 693

461, 582

340,598

9

133,264
352, 087
139, 682

152,564
455,079
56,846

326, 638
410,147
206,329

654,045

553,936

140,092

64, 618

9
9
9

9
9
9

295,675
401,195
307,977
603, 653

33 807
7,891
66, 437

Footnotes at end of table, pp. 410 and 411.




Secured
and preferred
liabilities
paid
except
through
dividends,
including
offsets
allowed

9

9

75,129

24, 738
608
47, 513

9

112 304

9
9

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283

1936, dates of appointment of receivers and final closing, with nominal amounts of
capital stock and stock assessments, amounts collected from all sources, including
various other data indicating the progress or results of liquidation to October 81,
Disposition of proceeds of liquidationContinued

Receiv- Cash in
Cash adhands
vanced Conser- ers' sal- of comparies,
in pro- vators'
troller
tection expenses legal and and reother
of assets
expenses ceivers

Dollars

Dollars

809

2,358

2,572
276
6,056
990
2,532
32,683
24; 881
377
635

2,548
3,642
2,368

1.663
1,180
21
1,261
217
171
75
213
236
17,132
232
61
112
5,001

Amount
returned
to share
holders
in cash

Dollars Dollars Dollars
7,520
9,537

4^736
19,678
10,078
2,039
8,202

13,518
11,358
10,122
13,414
11,326
61,247
27, 580
8,328
30,113

2,568
7,425
4,343
2,744
28,213
13,462
11,719

4,199
10,445
3,304
1,672
5,227

15,271
25, 598
10,685
15.137
20,642

8,403
10,934
32,116
5,414
4,460

3,878
2,638
3,490
2,099
1,448
2,580
3,412
8,779
67, 531
3,013
2,250
2,583
13,088

20, 738
11,281
10,421
10, 530
14, 280
9,755
14,861
34,910
132,128
14, 918
8,751
14,828
22,978

9,953
3,891
8,578
17,837
7,015
13,954
10,520
6,020
76, 727
20,188
9,535

27,404

4,003

Total
liabilities Amount
estab- of claims
lished to proved
date of
report

Dollars
131,607

Dividends
(percent)

Dollars
57.5

2403

79,269 30
133,399
92,250 82
139,090
78,672 42
103,034
181, 859 75
254,389
394.096 8100
406, 276
2, 539,002 2,147,121 8100
2, 238,864 2,203,077 '88
60, 640 60
86, 839
390,413 62.5
585, 897

2404
2405
2406
2411
2431
2433
2434
2439
2478

151,673
617, 561
219, 568
238,105
238, 866

90,297

387,808 270,071 31
74; 737 90
131,319
178,095 137, 755 65
140, 741 113,326 94
170, 907 145,857 62
135,306
111,803 78
233, 718 180,860 80
830,586
597, 436 40
6, 475,607 3,278,024 8 90
251, 784 186, 930 70. 333
63, 831 70
91, 624
98,326 100
140,029
1, 700
1,010,242 842,604 8 100

19,163
25.138
5,184
17,148
3,368
22,960
4,152
29,086
24,682 95,368
19,626 22, 611
54, 705
39,235
19,578 31,095
59, 693
14,078
8,01.7
33, 568
15,076
15,147
12, 575 • 18,591
32,909
65,057

374,776 269, 648 100
323,996 264,459 15
494,855 415, 786 8 30
966,210 766,027 8 83
948, 730 647, 986 80
232,351
180,390 90
753,185 620,137 «78
683,351
501,956 8 95
659,874
613,833 8 93
1, 633,021 1,214,258 8 90
179,332 115,426 90
216, 251 173,022 90
982,345 852,789 85

915
172
75

19, 733
16, 274
8,017

18,396
32, 768
9,813
11,325

1,142,626
856,112
436, 791
300,157

4,398

44,340

35,965

509
1,581
1,396

20, 510
30,053
19,160

23,179
31,195
21,263

8,994

27,064

44, 530

7,005

8,049

19,327




47,959
72,175
7,391
5,401

502,146
525,039
278,175
215,967

1,434,527 1,073,147
8,190
74, 678
2,320

4.217

2480
2485
2489
2490
2515

45
50
88
82
85

90, 205
366,889
146.097
147,411
177, 649

1,414
4,501
5,743
13,084
19,311
3,472
14, 748
12,199
5,823
19, 820
4,744
4,970
9,341

1,201
2,841
7,293
866
15,709
6,602
2,051
21
16

Interest
diviDate
dends finally
(perclosed
cent)

22
8

3 8. 521
7.62

2516
2517
2518
2519
2521
2522
2523
2548
2554
2555
2568
10/24/36 2579
2580
2587
2589
2602
2616
2617
2620
2676
2677
2678
2679
2680
2682
2683
2755
2764
2770
2773

90

2788

709,640 381,107 8 75
1,567, 608 1, 034,873 »78
8 35
561,682
774,689
45
1, 869,531 1,227, 736
62
281,384 225,476

2816
2828
2831
2840
2841

284

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

TABLE NO. 34.-—National banks in charge of receivers during year ended October 31,
total assets at date of failure and additional assets acquired subsequent thereto,
offsets allowed and earnings, together with the disposition of such collections, and
1936— Continued
Book value of assets at date of
failure

Name and location of banks

Capital
stock at
date of
failure

Date receiver
appointed

Dollars
300,000
25,000
150,000
25,000

June
July
Aug.
Sept.

Estimated Estimated Estimated
good
doubtful worthless

ILLINOIS—continued
2848
2870
2883
2888
2892
2912
2913
2919
2924
2933
2939

Aurora National Bank, Aurora 7 7
First National Bank, Livingston __.
American National Bank, Lincoln K.
National Bank of Shawneetown,
ouawneeto w n.
National Bank of Pontiac, Pontiac 7 .
Peru National Bank, Peru L .7
First National Bank, Lanark J
First National Bank, Robinson 7.
First National Bank, Du Quoin
Livingston County National Bank,
Pnni-ion 11
_r onildC.

First National Bank, Kirkwood *

50,000
100,000
50,000
75,000
100,000
50,000

8,1934
5,1934
15,1934
21,1934

Dollars
2,287,466
99,055
1,375
244,430

Dollars
611,717
135,766
278,573
46, 533

Dollars
313,718
186
136,806
9,870

Sept. 26,1934
Nov. 21,1934
. do
Dec. 27,1934
Feb. 6,1935
Oct. 15,1935

827, 525
33,598
362,987
2,337
2,033,389
19, 597

562, 426
133, 624
97,056
61,848
858,825
71,917

12,041
43,416
91,836
43,095
288,802
105,117

50,000 Sent 16 1936

(4)

INDIANA
1128
1222
1245
1342
1375

First National Bank, Columbia CityFirst National Bank, Arcadia
First National Bank, Warren
_.
American National Bank, Kewanna.
New First National Bank in

1402
1479
1501
1513

Farmers National Bank, WilkinsonFirst National Bank, Connersville.Howard National Bank, Kokomo J -.
Farmers & Merchants National

1534
1592
1771
J800
1833

First National Bank, Veedersburg-.
First National Bank, Fowler .__ ._
Citizens National Bank, Kokomo.-.
First National Bank, Logansport
Citizens National Bank & Trust
v^o., x erre xidute.
Hammond National Bank & Trust
Co., Hammond.
Valparaiso National Bank, Valparaiso.
Bozeman Waters First National

100,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000

Mar. 31,1927
July 3,1928
Dec. 7,1928
Feb. 25,1930
June 25,1930

512,727
122, 205
105, 789
157,941
58, 288

498,470
102,141
63,659
73, 270
87, 705

188,005
12, 554
32, 768
22,221
5,779

25,000
200, 000
200,000
50,000

Sept. 19,1930
Dec. 30,1930
Jan. 22,1931
Feb. 9,1931

110,427
984, 252
87, 261
248,623

99, 238
325,925
344, 212
153, 399

7,095
125, 350
521,157
96, 705

35,000
75,000
350,000
250,000
200,000

Mar. 19,1931
June 2,1931
Oct. 23,1931
Nov. 11,1931
Dec. 7,1931

125, 668
199, 290
1,365, 523
2,085, 361
350, 561

88, 498
160,236
1,931, 568
3, 071, 576
1, 087,192

5,845
67,011
413,876
81, 201
114,453

18,1932

756,124

2,663, 658

150,000 Jan. 20,1932

260, 225

618,457

191, 589

381.282

7,173

Tip Q T»TY11 O Tl / I

1896
1909
1911
1931
1963
1964
2000

j driii iciriti*

-t>anx, oijerjQ3xi.

-t>anK, jrosGyviiiG.

First National Bank, Gary
National Bank of America at Gary_.
First National Bank, Shelbyville
Citizens National Bank, Kendallvine.
2065 First National Bank, Martinsville..
2094 Peoples National Bank & Trust
v^o., ouiiivan.
2106 Spencer National Bank, Spencer
2145 First National Bank, Vincennes
2148 First National Bank, Lewisville
2213 First National Bank, Russia ville.-.2219 First National Bank, Monrovia
2274 Bozeman Waters National Bank,
Posey ville.1
2288 First National Bank, Rockport
2293 Continental National Bank Indianapolis.i
6
2296 American National Bank, Rush ville7
2336 Citizens National Bank, Mulberry
Footnotes at end of table, pp. 410 and 411.




400,000 Jan.

19,565

50,000

do—

250,000
150,000
100,000
80,000

Jan. 27,1932
Feb. 10,1932
do
Mar. 16,1932

1,991,128
479,143
331,927
190,999

1,851,321
735,156
375, 576
427, 360

218,053
118,611
28, 712
1,544

100,000 June 27,1932
150,000 July 15,1932

477,319
162, 365

284,356
1,116,310

274,423
245,176

July 30,1932
Oct. 3,1932
Oct. 8,1932
Dec. 30,1932
Jan. 5,1933
Feb. 13,1933

252,109
160,603
165, 955
67,395
54, 275
3,507

408,194
957,864
139,143
34, 693
72, 967
83, 693

55, 702
490, 473
48,883
42, 691
17,634
14,994

3,1933
8,1933

129, 435

129,976

35,499
3,900

100,000 Apr. 25,1933
50,000 Aug. 15,1933

393, 015
175, 207

263,866
74, 579

76, 592
821

50,000
200,000
35,000
25,000
30,000
50, 000

35, 000 M a r .
400,000 Apr.

285

BEPORT OP THE COMPTROLLER OP THE CURRENCY

1936, dales of appointment of receivers and final closing, with nominal amounts of
capital stock and stock assessments, amounts collected from all sources, including
various other data indicating the progress or results of liquidation to October 31,

Progress of liquidation to date of this report

Total
assessment
upon
received
since date shareof failure holders
Additional

Dollars
155, 325
9,970
121, 484
48,177
26,125
79,'
49,028
44,946
11, 533

Dollars
300, 000
25, 000
150, 000

Total
assets and
stock assessment

ReceiverCash col- ship earnlections ings, cash Unpaid
Cash colcollecfrom
balance
lections
tions from R. F . C.
from assets stock
interest,
loan
premiment
ums, rent,
etc.

Dollars
3, 668, 226
269,977
349,010

50,000 1,478,117
310,686
100,000
681,675
50,000
231,308
75, 000
100,000 3,325, 962
208,164

Dollars
2, 018, 558
154,195
91,137
264,521
761,723
15, 690
372,781
19,402
2, 263, 826
13, 900

Dollars
187, 756
4,262
124,058

21,465
41, 538
4,500
60,120
35, 297

Dollars
125,284
12,101
13, 633
9,449

Dollars
iM6,4
7,656

Offsets
allowed
and
settled

Dollars
184, 817
8,571
16,170
60, 202

46,100
2,170
25, 506
652
189,911

29, 593
" 113," 478

Total collections
from all
sources,
including
offsets allowed and
unpaid
balance
R. F. C.
loan

Dollar;
2, 532, 858
186,785 2870
228,828 2883
290,140 2888
889,490
59,398
432,380
80,174
2, 602, 512
13,900

2892
2912
2913
2919
2924
2933
2939

54,848
31,486
10,454
3,343
12, 113

25, 927
38, 274
220, 785
84, 211
27,818

25, 000
200, 000
200, 000
50, 000
35, 000
75. 000
350. 000
250, 000
200, 000

216, 512

400, 000

51, 587

150, 000

2,965

50, 000

511,883
64, 297
105, 361
2,627

250, 000
150, 000
100, 000
80, 000

21, 239
9,441
54,679
116,142

754,130
176,878
123,386
174,376
80, 585

76, 240
21,360
1,667
19,549
20,119

58, 51.7
11, 249
11, 235
18, 424
3,987

76, 542
9,584
12, 239
15, 741
7,701

262,999
118, 227
839,637
1, 644,968
304,459
1, 207,309
208,474
659, 869
135, 504
280,938
184,954
539, 811
4, 281, 752 1,926,978
5, 572, 349 3,645,669
1, 780, 024
690,424
4, 036,294
1,656, 213
1, 099,834
573, 714
633, 009
420,583
4,822, 385 2, 426, 539
578,794
1,547,207
429, 042
941, 576
410, 548
702, 530

15, 000
173, 817
79, 455
38, 587

12, 509
61,861
54,116
12,885

17,434
70,113
600
43, 524

28, 275
55, 207
175, 510
142,169

20,920
15,666
187, 096
338.582
63,429

350,500
73,033

171, 515

125.583

51,700

330,633

2,335,644 1896

116,859

68, 232

42,860

801,665 1909

34,641

37, 747

39,371

532,342 1911

108, 394
44,651
70, 376
69,114

110, 702
38,186
35,762
29, 517

82,900
76,100
12, 300
20, 000
16, 000

100, 000 1, 354, 050
293,386
25, 000
237, 670
25, 000
25, 000
281,775
25, 000
188,885

75,631
61, 633

100, 000 1, 211, 729
150, 000 1,735,484

512,382
776,952

65,602
93, 769

45,153
70, 310

116,960
141,043
4,753
10, 084
16,868
2,548

50, 000
882, 965
200, 000 1,949,983
393, 734
35, 000
179,863
25, 000
191, 744
30, 000
154, 742
50, 000

422, 055
160, 397
107,681
77,801
35,179

4,321
147, 093
18, 594
16, 296
22, 658
25,083

27,361
55, 971
11,110
9,039
6,288
3,148

965, 429
219, 071
148, 527
228, 090
112,392

1128
1222
1245
1342
1375

163,170 1402
1,145,428 1479
1501
303,470 1513

19,638
204,337 1534
26,091
281,918 1592
273,145 3, 000, 577 1771
278,746 4, 511, 540 1800
73, 005
969, 027 1833

303, 640 3,032,175 1931
135,436
873,167 1963
33,806
581, 286 1964
24,054
533, 233 2000
51,190
54,401

694, 327 2065
1,011, 432 2094

64,475
518, 212 2106
164,604 1, 266, 314 2145
15, 721
205,822 2148
5,106
138,122 2213
8,370
115,117 2219
63,410 2274

23,328
2,619

35, 000
120, 000

353,238
126, 519

180, 214

22, 786

11,874
1,027

17,074
6,519

231,948 2288
106,484 2293

49,125
11, 742

100,000
50,000

882, 598
312, 349

485,380
158,169

47,569
27,145

27, 542
10,731

45, 076
12,916

605,567 2296
208,961 2336




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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

TABLE N O . 34 •—National banks in charge of receivers during year ended October 31,
total assets at date of failure and additional assets acquired subsequent thereto,
offsets allowed and earnings, together with the disposition of such collections, and
1986—Continued
Progress of liquidation to date of this
report—Continued

Loss on
com- Book value
of remainpounded ing uncolor sold
lected
under
assets
order of
court

Dollars

Dollars

Book
value of
remaining uncollected
stock assessment

Dollars

2848
2870
2883
2888

67,773
21,072
81,501
7,414

1,097,078
61,139
365, 600
60,905

22 172
539
41, 512

584,020
194,457
187,789
136,906
798, 688
193, 240

Conservators'
distributions

On secured
claims

On unsecured
claims

Dollars

Dollars

Dollars

Dollars

28, 535
58,462
45,500
14,880
64,703

49,970
1,015

Dividends paid
by receivers

Book
value of
assets
returned
To unto share- To sesecured
holders'
cured
agents creditors creditors

112,244
20,738
25,942

2892
2912
2913
2919
2924
2933

Disposition of proceeds of liquidation

Dollars
• 31 830

• 337,161
91,200

734,131
100,288
37

•124,920
s gi 787

9

181, 232
22, 566

• 231,854
58,693

8,777
48,994
385
246,353

Secured
and preferred
liabilities
paid
except
through
dividends,
including
offsets
allowed

Dollars
1,289, 204
66,592
100, 790
93,068
497,718
17, 633
100, 228
2,086, 545
13, 900

2939

23 760
3,640
23, 333
5,451
4,881

1128
1222
1245
1342
1375

423 378
24, 214
77,045
11,409
75, 599

1402
1479
1501
1513

48, 756
139, 555
152,883
114,075

53, 582
395,663
549,367
243, 796

10,000
26,183
120, 545
11,413

1534
1592
1771
1800
1833

90 796
148,188
340,834
483, 508
445, 899

105,578
1,390,795
914,426
370,696

6,725
19, 793
87,142
74,490
57,831

1896

332, 982

1, 316,466

228,485

1909

89, 357

243,903

33,141

1911

50,850

72, 205

1931
1963
1964
2000

176,289
68,085
94, 384
187,928

1, 665,917
614,892
284,344

141, 606
105, 349
29, 624
10,886

2065
2094

115,878
206,618

432, 279
547, 513

2106
2145
2148
2213
2219
2274

115,137
120,368
77, 331
17,215
6, 890
69 563

231,298
566,365
105, 285
24, 861
68, 683

2288
2293

120,950

2296
2336

67,901
11, 625

621,161
141,129
107,980
141, 588
67, 363

174, 582
50,822
18,959
33, 329
29,263

81,453
787,458
55
142,400

40,870
179, 595
316,322
114, 784

138, 778
172, 513
1,828,403
s 3, 746, 320
588, 796
39, 693

44, 081
65,139
861,840
522, 715
221,474

292, 705

471,736

1,305,943

28, 914

467,930

208,712

15,359

57, 710
55,249

1,772

64, 529

124,507

44,100
9,576
1,636
41, 277

878, 765
388,854
346,908
334,156

1,937,422
379,834
150, 281
128, 770

34, 398
56, 231

52,485
765

191,370
561,386

345,752
350,221

45, 679
52,907
16,406
8,704
7,342
24 917

4,766
26,145
13, 309

188,181
311, 700
63, 541
71, 786
63,227

211, 554
818,448
82,137
40,901
19, 335
37,040

12, 214
21, 062
184, 241
79, 639

349,121

25,993
83,600

65,823
4,343

116,382
10,249

396, 753
147,106

160,244
24,885

52, 431
22, 855

Footnotes at end of table, pp. 410 and 411.




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287

1936, dates of appointment of receivers and final closing, with nominal amounts of
capital stock and stock assessments, amounts collected from all sources, including
various other data indicating the progress or results of liquidation to October 31,
Disposition of proceeds of liquidationContinued

Receiv- Cash in
Cash ad
hands
vanced Conser- ers' sal- of comparies,
in pro- vators'
troller
tection expenses legal and and reother
of assets
expenses ceivers

Amount
returned
to shareholders
in cash

Dollars Dollars Dollars
Dollars Dollars
10,108
57,645
12,945
59, 834
991
8,200
5,476
5,238
3,699
32, 969
133
5,752
57, 675
736
7,989
6,901

31,752

8,549

20,660
8,346
67,316

17,189

17, 216
4,023
13,362
1,967
31,962

72, 884
6,399
8,733
10,783
153,147

Total
liabilities Amount
estab- of claims
lished to proved
date of
report

Dividends
(percent)

Interest
Date
dividends finally
closed
(percent)

Dollars
Dollars
2, 814,878 1,466,062 8 73
133, 717 75
201,082
276,478 33
278,940
179,954
276, 274
1,329,980
284,937
494, 265
76, 725
2,943,795
115,238

2848
2870
2883
2888

724,942 »25
284,937 11
387,327 8 72.5
76, 724 77
832,476 30

2892
2912
2913
2919
2924
2933
2939

18, 047
1,488

64,092
4,754

1,137, 714
213, 620
204,224
228,241
153, 794

958,952
160,491
184, 616
194, 322
122, 384

65
88
58
72.5
54.85

1128
1222
1245
1342
1375

4,234
203

87, 547
19,106
21, 588
28, 608
15,563

8,737
43, 286
668
4,825

17, 520
70,102
35, 816
37, 760

14, 590
64, 987
21, 240
3,701

170, 227 128, 240
1, 239,475 1,048, 683
722, 225 717,983
432,729
313,409

3,344
688
63, 812
59, 229
14, 683

18,134
23,662
212,391
159,327
73,350

19,916
34,131
23, 949
31,031

137, 680 100
183, 204
284,961 60
350,792
3,284,899 2,380,930 76. 667
4,918,582 4, 359,139 8 85
1,249, 235 1,008, 540 61

119,831

136,296

9,133

40

1896

9,165

60,752

26,192

713,027

467,487 100

1909

3,941

36,411

18,362

525,202

400,037

1911

37,088
23,402
14, 301
1,880

121,005
67, 760
66,173
27,150

13, 795
3,741
1,987

18,628
19, 012

81,579
70,181

4,513
9,867

5,517
10,401
1,481
1, 845
67

37,978
56, 633
20,991
14,478
13, 560
2,840

70, 216
42,987
24, 363
781
17,150

771, 514
1,399,018
282,854
107,668
10,176
117, 736
67, 723

7,510

268,355
125,965

171,830
115, 715

53.43
76

2,540
1,742

23,750
782
31, 761
13,179

14,269
20, 540

584, 794
188, 600

416,315
163,098

95
90

1,509




20,331

3,084, 624 1,908,941

7/29/36

62
75
9
44

1402
1479
1501
1513
7/25/36

87

3, 732,102 1, 828,383 51.5
665,497 60. 667
1,046,950
592, 679 439,743 80
372,232 100
500,839
956, 912 688,127
1, 384, 532 1,024,952

6/26/36

10.86

10/30/36

35
54. 667

548,787 35
581, 643 58
203,458 34.5
66,551 100
97,490 65
67,723 34. 6461

1534
1592
1771
1800
1833

1931
1963
1964
2000
2065
2094

7.76
6/15/36
7/31/36

2106
2145
2148
2213
2219
2274
2288
2293
2296
2336

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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

TABLE NO. 34.—National banks in charge of receivers during year ended October 31,
total assets at date of failure and additional assets acquired subsequent thereto,
offsets allowed and earnings, together with the disposition of such collections, and
1936—Continued
Book value of assets at date of
failure

Name and location of banks

Capital
stock at
date of
failure

Date receiver
appointed
Estimated Estimated Estimated
doubtful worthless
good

INDIANA—continued
2359
2366
2401
2412
2413
2416
2417
2418
2419
2420
2421
2422
2423
2424
2524
2577
2599
2644
2674
2707
2713
2720
2723
2731
2738
2742
2775
2776
2777

First National Bank, Lebanon 7
First National Bank, Peru 7
First National Bank, Nappanee7 7__.
Citizens National Bank, Brazil
Peoples-American National Bank,
Princeton. 7
First National Bank & Trust Co.,
Cambridge City. 7
First National Bank of Marshall
County at Plymouth. 7
First National Bank, Montpelier 7 _.
First National Bank, Boswell 7
First National Bank, Clinton 7
Rosedale National Bank, Rosedale 7First National Bank, Cayuga 7
Whiteland National Bank, Whiteland.7
First National Bank, Wakarusa 7 . . .
Old-First National 7Bank & Trust
Co., Fort Wayne.
First National Bank, Marion 7
Farmers & First National Bank,
•\frtTT-n«O'fIn 7
IN cWCaolie.'

First National Bank, Swayzee 7
Farmers & Wabash National Bank,
"WQV>OCV> 7
w a uasn. •
Mount Vernon National Bank &
Trust Co., Mount Vernon.17
First National Bank, Linton
Wabash National Bank, Wabash i__
First National Bank, Jasonville 7 — .
Bright National Bank, Flora 7 1
First National Bank in Lowell
Citizens Third National Bank &
Trust Co., Greensburg.7
New Albany National Bank, New
A IKonTT
ivi oany.7
Second 7
National Bank, New
Albany.
Citizens National Bank, South
•p
j
r>ena.'7
Citizens National Bank, Franklin 7_
City National Bank, Goshen 7
First National Bank, Hartford City.7First and Tri State National Bank
& Trust Co., Fort Wayne.1
Citizens National Bank, Greenwood.7
Old-First 1National Bank, Mount
Vernon.

Dollars

100,000
100.000
40,000
100,000
125,000

Aug.
Sept.
Sept.
Oct.

29,1933
6,1933
26,1933
2,1933

do

Dollars

496,161
468,514
115,319
164,106
561, 730

Dollars

303, 562
796, 817
178,885
453, 282
664, 358

Dollars

10,850
366, 509
16,311
32,021
42, 573

168,593

105,019

21,164

130,000

do

790,193

350, 334

47, 491

50,000
25,000
60,000
25,000
25,000
25,000

do

183,142
] 50, 029
518,312
65, 659
72,325
94,185

256, 049
85, 359
894, 937
92, 003
107, 752
46, 010

20,254
32,871
6,462
25,197
13, 558
524

69,769
12,854, 941

61,366
9, 271, 569

4,217
2,894,190

5,1933
8,1833

2, 528,310
883,940

1,018,701
702,004

34,214
24, 592

50,000 Dec. 26,1933
160,000 Jan. 11,1934

275,260
1, 547,826

114,427
335,195

13, 699
28, 295

50,000 Oct.

3,1933

do
do

do
do

do

25,000
__do
1, 750,000 Nov. 2,1933
350,000 Dec.
200,000 Dec.

50,000 Jan.

30,1934

44, 675

105, 477

12, 266

Feb. 1,1934
Feb. 2,1934
Feb. 5,1934
Feb. 13,1934
Feb. 21,1934
Feb. 26,1934

576, 079
2,858
191, 370
194,365
870,383

358, 319
5,177
283,849
160, 784
27, 627
220,123

43,449
36, 924
9,863
2,325
42,318
6,042

150,000 Mar. 23,1934

100, 000
200,000
50,000
25, 000
50, 000
150,000

300, 000

424,006

594,022

181,643

do

996,431

1, 043,090

293,796

do

4, 644,358

778,932

176,249

10,1934
8,1934
23,1934
22,1934

489,502
676,052
289, 282
16,302

212,417
511,560
182,487
880,022

19,985
37,360
26, 664
942, 249

25,000 Oct. 29,1934

245, 251

56,281

15,199

50,000 May 13,1926
50,000 Feb. 13,1929
60,000 Mar. 15,1929

535, 529
301, 745
303, 761

377,004
301, 588
441,349

227, 526
85, 373
42,345

Mar.
Apr.
Aug.
Sept.

13,407

105,906

78, 737

68,433
75, 226

97,469
266, 588

209
17, 334

700,000

OT1

2797
2822
2836
2858
2905
2931

100,000
100, 000
75,000
2, 250,000

Apr.
May
May
June

100,000 Sept. 16,1935

IOWA

First National Bank, Shenandoah..
First National Bank, Manchester 16_
National Bank of Emmetsburg,
Jiiinmetsourg.
1352 Security National Bank, Cherokee. _
1360 Farmers National Bank, Oskaloosa J_
1392 First National Bank, Ayrshire
1397 First National Bank, Burt ifi
Footnotes at end of table, pp. 410 and 411.
998
1263
1277




50,000
100,000
25,000
40,000

17,1930
9,1930
12,1930
5,1930

289

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

1936, dates of appointment of receivers and final closing, with nominal amounts of
capital stock and stock assessments, amounts collected from all sources, including
various other data indicating the progress or results of liquidation to October 31,

Progress of liquidation to date of this report

AddiTotal
tional
assessassets
ment
received
upon
since date shareof failure holders

Total
Cash colassets and
stock as- Cash col- lections
from
sessment
lections
stock
from assets assessment

Receivership earnings, cash
collections from
interest,
premiums, rent
etc.

Unpaid
balance
R. F. C.
loan

Dollars

Dollars

Dollars

Dollars

54, 730
71,970
5,728
45,308
71,597

100,000
100,000
40, 000
100, 000
125,000

965,303
1,803,810
356, 243
794, 71'
1,465,258

549,449
1, 080, 231
169,676
407,108
653,419

74, 563
72,951
20,649
74, 041
77, 271

36, 795
119, 655

5,350

50,000

350,126

207, 361

17, 016

16, 546

133, 075

130, 000

1, 451, 093

767,102

78, 393

512, 210
313,330
1, 510, 769
214, 415
254,384
156, 544

258, 793
190,956
1, 086, 090
135,851
106,174
114,870

25, 644
13,375
26, 501
21,392
4,49"

93, 794
25, 000
5,760
166,11:
3, 937,339 1,750, 000 30, 708, 039 15,194, 753

21, 709
801,164

7,251
884,687

Dollars

Dollars

2,765
20, 071
31, 058
6,556
35, 749
15,825

50,
25,
60,
25,
25,

000
000
000
000
000

Dollars

Offsets
allowed
and
settled

Total collections
from all
sources,
including
offsets allowed and
unpaid
balance
R. F. C.
loan

Dollars
721,06
1, 330,858
217, 610
523, 915
884, 574

42, 713

Dollar,
60, 254
58, 021
15, 024
17, 294
54,159
9,907

250,830 2416

58, 000

99, 50C

46,644

1, 049, 639 2417

20, 904
15,206
95, 568
13,919
8, 585
4,464

23, 300

14,638
9, 464
29, 555
9, 054
10, 079
6,67

343, 279 2418
229, 001 2419
1, 251, 785 2420
180, 216 2421
135, 635 2422
126, 011 2423

12, 261
25, 472
57, 012

14, 071
6,300

2359
2366
2401
2412
2413

4,614
127, 368 2424
1, 055,900 2, 620, 295 20, 556, 799 2524

48, 769
119,167

210, 000
200, 000

3,839,994
1,929, 703

2, 789, 818
993, 551

122, 339
93,993

179, 022
62, 524

99, 562
47, 000

111,234
93, 763

3,301.975 2577
1, 290,831

21, 044
29,377

50, 000
160, 000

474, 430
2,100,693

274, 396
1, 501,452

32, 750
86,398

13, 556
85, 337

37, 218

19, 280
83, 419

339,982 2644
1, 793,824 2674
128, 674 2707

1,8

3,735

50,000

216,153

87,775

39,005

37,120
2,899
7,776
30, 004
63
22,971

100, 000
60, 000
£0,000
25, 000
50, 000

1,114,967
107,858
542,858
412,478
120, 008
1,119, 519

654, 025
3,778
331, 315
314, 536
9,636

28,173
41, 740
26,144
24, 031
4,700

88,936
721
26,839
13, 073
1,262
57, 232

93, 924

150, 000

1,443, 595

74, 331

40,638

239, 013

300, 000

2,872,330

158,457

72,482

449,602

6, 049,141

880,903
499,166
1, 320,139

31,154
3,926
16, 757
17, 739
70, 787
55,615

41,188
109, 705

130,125

158,890

501, 485

39,732
53,688
29, 254
38, 255

11. 031
11,400
14, 300

49, 059
57, 712
21,188
6,910

802,288
50,165
401, 055
369,379
15, 598
1, 008,922
710,938
1,660, 783

2713
2720
2723
2731
2738
2742
2775
2776
2777

60, 000
100,000
75, 000
250,000

797,342
1, 391,251
598,410
4,135,015

4,159,893
503,980
792,384
286,919
353,448

25, 000

391,587

276,186

100, 000

100, 000

367, 553
48,357
6,023

50,000
50,000
60,000

1, 557, 612
787,063
853, 478

619,168
443, 680
404,396

50,000
44,103
44,126

65, 475
38, 430
21, 504

97,294
39,149
66, 687

831,937
565,362 1263
536, 713 1277

11,770

50,000
100,000
25,000
40,000

259,820
100,000
228, 739
432, 095

65,437

26, 501
76,156
3,602
35, 781

5,124
1,183
4,739
12, 763

14, 323

97, 319
158,089

22,873
23,119

111,385
77,339
128, 533
229, 752

15,438
66, 279
24,977
46,442 2,
49,856

37, 628
32,947




30,889
59,401
41,422
861,401
23,473
84, 650

9,742

9,835

4,950, 393

2797
634,691 2822
974, 585 2836
393, 083 2858
1, 260, 014
319, 236 2905
84,857 2931

207

1352
1360
1392
1397

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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

TABLE NO. 34.-—National banks in charge of receivers during year ended October 31,
total assets at date of failure and additional assets acquired subsequent thereto,
offsets allowed and earnings, together with the disposition of such collections, and
1936—Continued
Progress of liquidation to date of this
report—Continued

Loss on
assets Book value
compounded of remainor sold ing uncollected
under
assets
order of
court

2359
2366
2401
2412
2413

Dollars
131, 715
180,486
65,701
210,601
98, 776

Dollars

Disposition of proceeds of liquidation

Conservators'
distributions
Book
Book
value of value of
remainassets
ing un- returned
To uncollected to share- To secured
secured
stock as- holders'
sessment agents creditors creditors

Dollars

Dollars

Dollars

Dollars

Dividends paid
by receivers

On secured
claims

On unsecured
claims

Dollars

Dollars

123,885
385,072
65, 842
59, 714
533,904

25,437
27,049
19, 351
25, 959
47, 729

2,685
35, 598
1,935
7,511
6,383

2416

14, 314

68, 544

32,984

2417

23,211

484,136

51,607

2418
2419
2420
2421
2422
2423

43,470
7,697
154,020
32,856
12,134
560

145, 309
80, 213
181,104
11, 654
100,997

24,356
11, 625
33, 499
3,608
20, 503

2424
2524

7,396
131,377 11, 011, 614

2577
2599

95, 523
134, 255

633,419
508,134

87, 661
106, 007

» 242, 552
9 92, 348

9 706, 372
9 286, 286

2644
2674

40,803
123,470

89,951
232,352

17, 250
73, 602

» 18,836
9 148

9 170, 653
9 805, 647

2707

78, 378

10, 995

37, 560

2713
2720
2723
2731
2738
2742

50,999
9,520
41,166
31,818
1,019

278, 789
30, 634
103, 620
23, 385
59,353
150,107

71, 827
18, 260
23, 856
969
45,300

8 266, 599
18, 713

688, 269

75, 669

978, 432

141, 543

433,186
445, 659
113,195
358, 955
390,134

17, 722

2775
2776
2777
2797
2822
2836
2858
2905

64,972
164,054
199, 301
26, 757
76, 568
70,279
1, 524,657
22,085

221, 407
676,119
50,944
91, 414
388,101

138,923

76,080
318, 788

69, 753
117, 266
301,113
116, 511

230,101
73,408
885, 359
30, 747
60, 075
29,171

42, 634
8 86, 349

35, 308
»487,141 »4,380, 515

145, 701

94, 319
17, 854
2, 794, 772 11,183, 360
878, 361
386, 571

1,199, 070
430,254

54,146
434, 626

73,966
16,156

62, 235
476, 284
89, 336

9 14, 752

9 215, 209

s 420,263
3,944
122, 008
54, 211

9 20, 820

"9" 196," 883

323, 680

51,817
7,873
246, 085
51, 266
10, 886
391,017

113, 554

260, 055

9 261, 080
9 34, 422

9

705, 231

9 340, 049

1,527

58,481

9 175, 893
9 319,608

9 7,125

438, 777
2, 637, 766

203, 312
166,090
180, 938
1,141,825

188,182
380,196
177,444
11, 247

103,918

82,855

248, 301
419, 273
375,316

414,537
101, 579
67,869

59,144

9 110, 304

8,853

257, 221
741, 239

2,747

1, 064, 009

» 18, 462
9 42, 931

29, 111
40,599
33, 578
1,388, 599

21,362

57, 561
183,829

57, 288
23, 487

15,350

2931

998
1263
1277

9,851

1,188, 462
157, 546
364, 587
145,024

Dollars

663,463

34, 431
3,291
48 836

Secured
and preferred
liabilities
paid
except
through
dividends,
including
offsets
allowed

791,150
254,234
299,384

2,000

23,011

1352
130,060
1360
1392
83, 547
1397
210, 887
Footnotes at end of table, pp.




5,897
15, 874
23,499
23,844
21,398
4,219

410 and 411.

70,403

KEPORT OP THE COMPTBOLLEB. OP THE CTJBBENCT

291

1986, dates of appointment of receivers and final closing, with nominal amounts of
capital stock and stock assessments, amounts collected from all sources, including
various other data indicating the progress or results of liquidation to October 31,
Disposition of proceeds of liquidationContinued

Receiv- Cash in
Cash adhands
vanced Conser- ers' sal- of comparies,
in pro- vators' legal and troller
tection expenses other
and reof assets
ceivers

Amount
returned
to share'
holders
in cash

Dollars Dollars
Dollars Dollars Dollars
16, 350
4,226
8,824
34,383
15,343
48, 224 106,004
3,911
30, 587
3,346
15, 903
1,700
35,122
5,168
25, 582
163
22,070
7,660
55, 636
20,973
3,730

19,916

Total
liabilities Amount
estab- of claims
lished to proved
date of
report

Dividends
(percent)

Dollars
Dollars
455, 561
685,907
777,531
1,494,647
180, 595
236,17f
398,257
501, 592
707,946
1,103,787

95
60
63.333
90
55

235,102

5,798

1,058,754

Interest
diviDate
dends finally
(perclosed
cent)

2359
2366
2401
2412
2413

93

2416

90

2417

181,646 44
130,139 90
484,499 62
122,442 95
106,440 8 40
79, 758 100

2418
2419
2420
2421
2422
2423

149,170

2,363

8,136

49, 696

7,1

917
162
12,008
511
8,502
47

6,436
3,463
7,471
2,278
3,068
1,484

22,169
14,025
39, 949
14,024
15,158
6,711

4,052
20,677
5,885
16,145
6,198

84
408,154

1,591
185,836

9,144
737, 741

233, 579

106,320
87,360 100
26, 341,468 11,007,063 8 65

21, 843
7,776

76,118
28,982

74,168
33,383

29, 525
9,075

3,190,161 1, 625,968 8 97
»80
1,385,201

2677
2599

36

6,092
24, 589

8,560
48,482

19, 424
4,040

325, 773 242, 568 8 92
1, 724,517 1,238,947 8100

2644
2674

412,313
204,381
1, 385,801
153,287
168,672
108,966
2,249
4,376

736,110

1,745

33
925

10,761

414
502

7,332
7,390

41

153,987

152,318

864,467
30,165
429,899
704,847
38,649

537, 754 8 78
3,579 100
179,088
269,072 8100
34,827
519, 942 8100

1,025,392

»«8.08
3

7.9

24. 539

9/21/36
12/ 4/35

2424
2524

1/31/36 2707
2713
2720
2723
2731
2738
2742

22,254

23,461
4,607
17,626
8,202
1,228
23,167

5,641

17,948

31,371

21, 289

749,488 8 50

2775

33, 412

30,723

33,141

125,109

1,947,391 1,445,169 8 67

2776

31, 547

69, 545

58,651

7,587

4,795,354 1,800,864 '100

561
3,039
858
31,170
160

19, 532
27, 205
14, 205

16,004
22,422
16, 656
49, 611

3,892
13, 094
2,982
26,161

28,462
7^590
17,847
3,484
31,060

10,433

10,360

622,722 416,131
1,094,464
428,572 234, 373
3,026,620 3,014,309

9.978

2777
2797
2822
2836
2858

8 95
8 75
77
31.75
8/15/36

2905

58,920
7,758

282,474

197,950 '100

511

5,754

112,275

70

108,179
36,752
55,382

1,024,068
620,644
702,317

598,788
517,944
628,668

41.12
80.91

38,146

12/30/35 998
4/15/36 1263
1277

153,468
100,000
168,642
315,502

129,996
100,000
109,256
289,843

44.95
70.4
51.97
63.13

5/21/36
4/21/36
12/10/35
2/25/36

3,481

27,398

'~2,~507

13,684
19,9291




4,441

> 11.82

2931

1352
1360
1392
1397

292

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

TABLE NO. 34.-—National banks in charge of receivers during year ended October 31,
total assets at date of failure and additional assets acquired subsequent thereto,
offsets allowed and earnings, together with the disposition of such collections, and
1936—Continued
Book value of assets at date of
failure

Name and location of banks

Capital
stock at
date of
failure

Date receiver
appointed
Estimated Estimated Estimated
good
doubtful worthless

IOWA—continued
1410
1435
1445
1465
1466
1480
1491
1543
1571
1573
1577
1617
1619
1627

First National Bank, Villisca
First National Bank, Roland «
Sioux National Bank in Sioux City_
First National Bank, Rock Rapids..
Farmers National Bank, Inwood
First National Bank, Titonka
__
First National Bank, Floyd
First National Bank, Rockwell
First National Bank, Pomeroy i«
Commercial National Bank, Essex_.
Security National Bank, Milford
First National Bank, Elliott
First National Bank, Bagley
Second National Bank, New Hampton.
1656 First National Bank, Lehigh..
1671 First National Bank, Coin
1672 First National Bank, Randolph
1681 First National Bank, Merrill is .
1699 First National Bank, Bode_
1740 National Bank of Sidney, Sidney. _.
1757 Lyon County National Bank, Rock
Rapids.
1760 First National Bank, Lake City
1763 First National Bank, Doon _.
1764 First National Bank, Blockton
1845 First National Bank, Dougherty
1859 Macksburg National Bank, Macksbur g.i
1877 National Bank of Seymour, Seymour.
1882 First National Bank, Lost Nation..
1907 Oskaloosa National Bank, Oskaloosa1919 First National Bank, Iowa City
1930 Anamosa National Bank, Anamosa.
1980 Pioneer National Bank, Waterloo
2043 First National Bank, Sheffield
2059 National Bank of Milton, Milton
2070 First National Bank, Maquoketa
2071 First National Bank, Thompson ie
2080 Farmers National Bank, in Vinton...
2089 State National Bank, Iowa Falls
2093 Consolidated National Bank, Dubuque.
2095 Commercial National Bank of
Waterloo.
2108 Buchanan County National Bank,
T n /^ OT~\HY"I /I ATI ofl
inuepencienctj.
2109 First National Bank in Sioux Rapids
2111 First National Bank, Northwood...
2114 First National Bank, Eldora...
2115 First National Bank, Ackley 16
2123 First National Bank, Indianola 16 -._
2131 First National Bank, Northboro
2151 First National Bank, Story City
2188 First National Bank, Webster City2205 First National Bank, Iowa Falls
2206 Mills County National Bank Glenwood.
18
2217 First National Bank, George
Buffalo
2242 First National Bank,
Center.
Footnotes at end of table, pp. 410 and 411.




Dollars

Dollars

Dollars

Dollars

70,180
5,524
466, 264
99,128
7,161
13,804
18, 787
7,983
58,981
25,873
45
55, 724
33,384
45,305

50,000
40,000
400,000
100,000
40,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
40,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
25,000
100,000

Oct. 18,1930
fcov. 29,1930
Dec. 8,1930
Dec. 20,1930
__._ do__ _
Dec. 30,1930
Jan. 9,1931
Mar. 30,1931
May 5,1931
.—.do
May 11,1931
July 2,1931
July 3,1931
July 14,1931

193,471
174,307
2,071, 566
102, 734
53,061
65,337
112,147
98,994
74,627
93,989
61,057
40,286
77,720
386,933

306,655
153,146
2,024, 755
209,006
188, 623
162, 563
73,172
108,590
89,483
137, 609
206, 265
108, 327
70, 244
370,051

25,000
50,000
45,000
40,000
25,000
60,000
75,000

Aug. 17,1931
Sept. 8,1931
-. - do_.
Sept. 18,1931
Oct. 1,1931
Oct. 15,1931
Oct. 20,1931

43,170
45, 010
33,300
146,923
17,298
80,927
330,455

235,996
67, 570
47, 379
118,546
97,510
150,380
792,814

3,860
56, 417
34,109
3,587
10,993
64, 969
126, 618

50,000 Oct. 22,1931
50,000
do
25,000
do _
25,000 Dec. 14,1931
25,000 Dec. 22,1931

110, 553
18,891
32, 205
49, 019
3,281

147,012
177, 763
121,017
181, 995
29,109

142,862
35,169
1,692
24,237
14, 271

Dec. 30,1931
Jan. 11,1932
Jan. 20,1932
Jan. 22,1932
Jan.. 27,1932
Feb. 18,1932
June 11,1932
June 25,1932
June 28,1932
do
July 2,1932
Julv 7,1932
July 14,1932

60,103
44, 337
282,334
800, 631
240,169
279,450
59,016
44,247
302,031
21,231
275,802
77,906
1, 209, 680

119, 590
132, 338
1,382, 787
300, 761
491,851
2,736, 632
284,135
55,266
504, 621
257,351
496, 669
304, 363
3, 609, 939

12,081
8,924
37, 566
90,266
7,559
7,290
2,615
4,503
9,278
3,124
11,442
85,452
193,433

400,000 July 18,1932

25,000
40,000
100,000
100,000
100,000
200,000
40,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
75,000
50, 000
500, 000

1, 668,830

3,929,873

240,981

1,1932

468,114

694,924

23,996

do
Aug. 8,1932
Aug. 10,1932
._._ do
Aug. 20,1932
Sept. 16,1932
Oct. 10,1932
Nov. 30,1932
Dec. 27,1932
do

50,846
66,934
178, 309
53, 678
122,020
41,284
170,923
72,945
34,339
122,947

172, 529
193, 613
314, 474
377, 937
384,855
97,648
373,854
527,792
273,714
237,382

36, 727
28,066
29,119
79, 749
8,526
47,103
19,236
101,414
29,879
73, 930

25,000 Jan. 4,1933
50,000 Jan. 20,1933

37,638
11,181

170,066
63,636

21,732
65, 513

125, 000 Aug.
50,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
50,000
25,000
75,000
100,000
50,000
65,000

BEPOKT OP THE COMPTKOLLBK OF THE CUKRENCY

293

1936, dates of appointment of receivers and final closing, with nominal amounts of
capital stock and stock assessments, amounts collected from all sources, including
various other data indicating the progress or results of liquidation to October 31,

Progress of liquidation to date of this report

AddiTotal
tional
assessassets
ment
received
upon
since date shareof failure holders

Total
assets and
stock assessment

ReceiverCash col- ship earnings, cash Unpaid
Cash col- lections
collecfrom
balance
lections
tions from R. F. C.
stock
from assets assessinterest,
loan
premiment
ums, rent,

Offsets
allowed
and
settled

etc.

Dollars

Dollars

Dollars

Dollars
317, 332
143,116

Dollars
39, 760
25, 40"
18,903
14,615

73,340
28, 767
175,855
26,381
8,526
15, 440
31,179
6,030
29, 672
34, 594
88, 254
54, 723
76, 594
56,358

50,000
40,000
400, 000
100,000
40,000
25, 000
25, 000
25, 000
40, 000
* 50,000
50,000
50, 000
25, 000
100, 000

693,646
401, 744
5,138, 440

537, 249
297, 371
282,144
260,285
246, 597
292, 763
342,065
405, 621
309, 060
282, 942
958, 647

1,966, 953
203,640
152,128
101, 918
114; 926
106, 669
96, 464
162, 437
129,278
135, 491
81,234
4&6,145

9,686
20,000
14, 433
11,104
8,064
24,61"
11,096
20, 207
17, 459
90, 44"

12,875
50,481
50, 255
19,291
23, 759
80,800
6,042

25,000
50,000
45,000
40, 000
25,000
60,000
75,000

320, 901
269,478
210,043
328,34f~
174, 560
437,076
1, 330, 929

135,153
72, 437
39,372
139,898
54,350
149, 642
779,843

88,143
18,306
649
4,364

50,000
50,000
25, 000
25,000
25,000

538, 570
300,129
180,563
284, 615
71, 661

25,405
27, 057
31, 866
398, 563
30, 050
240,285
10, 673
26, 673
108, 721
59, 611
16, 525
24,790
133,044

Dollars

Dollars

Dollars
28,918
19, 339
602, 231

15,231
7,307
90,850
12,104
7,542

Total collections
from all
sources,
including
offsets allowed and
unpaid
balance
R. F. C.
loan

Dollars
401,291 1410
195,169 1435

12, 656
6,055
9,179
6,494
45,803

31, 234
25, 226
26,409
19,092
20,249
17,361
10,94)5
15, 224
10,884
11,248
44, 77"

2,678,93"
261,593
194,582
156,646
155,424
144, 215
128,852
210,653
161,653
175, 761
116,435
637,17.r

1445
1465
1466
1480
1491
1543
1571
1573
1577
1617
1619
1627

11,777
19, 656
29,353
11,032
14, 796
44, 015
14,376

7,419
3,516
3,108
5,300
4,376
11,913
64, 246

9,213
6,896
4,764
20, 571
4,949
11,141
54, 54"

163, 562
102, 505
76, 597
176,801
78,471
216, 711
913,012

1656
1671
1672
1681
1699
1740
1757

182,188
97, 790
57,475
109, 539
10, 583

22, 609
7,993
3,520
11, 609
12,100

14,748
4,439
2,156
8,434
378

18,982
18, 898
9,301
20,071

238, 527
129,120
72,452
149, 653
23,061

1760
1763
1764
1845
1859

25,000
40,000
100,000
100, 000
100, 000
200, 000
40, 000
25, 000
50, 000
50, 000
75, 000
50, 000
500,000

109,009
242,179
114,006
252, 656
912, 516
1,834, 553
868,996
1, 690, 221
415,: '
869,629
3,463, 657 1, 554,983
242, 204
396, 439
69,497
155, 689
436, 339
974, 651
153, 705
391,317
359,866
875, 488
273, 616
542, 511
5, 646,096 3,116,261

16, 004
13,179
52,187
69, 556
44,163
61, 207
18, 219
8,769
32, 536
14, 831
42,858
29, 259
424,105

8,490
8,256
63,140
49,625
28, 568
121,879
20, 304
7,938
22,992
25, 583
179,889

27,037

9,523
10,664
57,323
76, 579
45,260
233,199
14, 571
9,390
47, 943
12,080
37,038
22,816
253,165

143,026
146,105
1,085,166
1,064,756
533, 874
1,971, 268
295, 298
92,495
547,717
188, 554
462, 754
351, 274
4,000,457

1877
1882
1907
1919
1930
1980
2043
2059
2070
2071
2080
2089
2093

151, 238

400, 000

6,390,922

3, 277, 867

178, 206

170,971

49,000

403,990

4,080,034 2095

37,258

125,000

1, 349, 292

759, 089

84,076

56, 205

50,970

950,340 2108

4,389
14, 531
51,507
67, 642
30,033
25, 400
45, 735
16,400
47,013
10, 675

50,000
50,000
50, 000
50,000
50, 000
25, 000
75,000
100,000
50,000
65,000

314,491
353,144
623,409
629, 006
595.434
236.435
684, 748
818, 551
434, 945
509,934

139,176
141, 944
323, 697
309, T""
343, 030
98,375
310, 266
318, 095
168, 970
220,958

15,278
28,683
33, 824
11, 382
28,900
5,837
35, 814
44, 095
31,170
34,050

12, 526
19,945
18,029
23,317
16, 639
5,521
16, 024
19,830
11,156
14,934

9,302
11,849
11, 735
6,981
33, 574
7,735
20,972
25, 514
5,369
32, 798

176,282
202,421
387,285
351, 540
422,143
117,468
383,076
407, 534
216,665
302, 740

7,239
22,940

25,000
50,000

261, 675
213,270

166, 248
65,923

10,569
13,885

12,893
6,447

9,066
8,258

109487—37-

20




6,973
6,193
6,963

2109
2111
2114
2115
2123
2131
2151
2188
2205
2206

198,776 2217
94, 513 2242

294

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

TABLE NO. 34.'—National banks in charge of receivers during year ended October 81,
total assets at date of failure and additional assets acquired subsequent thereto,
offsets allowed and earnings, together with the disposition of such collections, and
1986—Continued
Progress of liquidation to date of this
report—Continued

Loss on
compounded
or sold
under
order of
court

1410
1435
1445
1465
1466
1480
1491
1543
1571
1573
1577
1617
1619
1627

Dollars
297,396
199,289
2 169 256
202, 375
80,017
128,727
38,038
53, 615
138,938
118,683
211,119
112, 685
165, 460
180, 823

1656
1671
1672
1681
1699
1740
1757

151, 535
140,145
120,907
127,878
39, 357
216,293
357,358

1760
1763
1764
1845
1859

68, 734
133,441
88, 787
79,112
36,078

1877
1882
1907
1919
1930
1980
2043
2059
2070
2071
2080
2089
2093

28,156
87,986
384,858
180,912
85, 797
275,841
78,679
51, 802
292, 512
175, 532
61,480
196,079
611, 565

2095
2108

Disposition of proceeds of liquidation

Conservators'
distributions
Book
Book
Book value value of value of
of remain- remainassets
ing uncol- ing un- returned
lected
To uncollected to shareTo seassets
stock as- holders'
cured
secured
agents
creditors creditors
sessment

Dollars

63, 229
41,064

176, 902

50, 904
64,181
218, 666
50,893

Dollars
10,240
14,593
381,097
85,385
30,314
5,000
10, 567
13,896
31,936
25,385
38,904
29,793
7,541
9,553

Dollars

13,223
30,344
15, 647
28,968
10,204
15,985
60, 624
27,391
42,007
21,480
13,391
12,900

Dollars

Dollars

Dividends paid
by receivers

Secured
and preferred
liabilities
paid
except
through
dividends,
including
offsets
allowed

On secured
claims

On unsecured
claims

Dollars

Dollars
330,811
117,507
1 201,681
150, 612
121,344
103,170
97,447
76,315
66, 617
148,268
87, 904
130,090
63,399
494, 446

Dollars
29,305
53,838
1 328 266
89, 823
53,311
36, 723
31,318
33,287
38,182
40, 599
50,597
24, 636
36,208
74,511

136,342
58, 404
46, 506
122,482
41,319
129, 924
654,174

9,358
25,417
16, 268
33, 748
13,376
47,271
165, 668

166,906
68, 791
38,396
50,371

36,045
43,951
21,183
54,230
10,753

61,388
60,465
742,325
517,408
408,141
560,234
189,026
56, 687
264,033
96,125
247,647
181, 891
2,037,579

45,097
65,930
241,104
450, 569
69,644
1,076,294
69,487
15,854
212,861
61,842
163,001
122, 395
1, 759,466

8,781

5,438
9,976

1,165,105

8,996
26,821
47,813
30,444
55,837
138, 793
21,781
16, 231
17, 464
35,169
32,142
20, 741
75,895

602, 901

1, 706,164

221,794

2,037,326

1,881,033

143, 824

270,409

40,924

49,058

383,041

365,150

2109
2111
2114
2115
2123
2131
2151
2188
2205
2206

62,288
67,148
237,977
262,165
168,830
71,331
108,084
171,986
210, 606
133,500

53, 725
82,203

34,722
21,317
16,176
38,618
21,100
19,163
39,186
55,905
18, 830
30,950

508

11,522

36, 256
103,021
268,862
224, 611
192,047
25, 840
207,900
158,426
157,995
132,165

92,524
49,007
90,655
103,456
200,323
51,459
119,465
203,849
23,001
108,922

2217
2242

61,361
89,089

14,431
36,115

4,480
4,590

130,931
53,061

48,735
24,468

70,491
379, 856
463, 734
222, 689
1,199, 634
20,985
147, 857
342, 054

33,994
170,426
202,956
57, 678

Footnotes at end of table, pp. 410 and 411.




5,997
1422
51,920
13,590
12, 226
29,078

2,936
6,371

295

KEPORT OP THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

1986, dates of appointment of receivers and final closing, with nominal amounts of
capital stock and stock assessments, amounts collected from all sources, including
various other data indicating the progress or results of liquidation to October 31,
Disposition of proceeds of liquidationContinued

Receiv- Cash in
Cash adhands
vanced Conser- ers' sal- of comparies,
in pro- vators'
troller
tection expense; legal and and reother
of assets
expenses ceivers

Dollars
Dollars
7,508
1,291
10, 534
243
702
46
388

Dollars

500
299
807
3,564

33,667
22, 533
138,456
20, 915
19,225
16, 707
20, 664
22,332
23, 553
21,4,87
22, 345
17,471

12,463

12,923
43,165
18, 200
13,823
16, 773
13, 658
29, 59f
44,115

3,798
1,742
1,140
1,473

8,703
186
23,424
721
2,508
75, 691
471
1,879
4
1,475
~34,~723

5,
12, 281

3,905
12, 584

16,611

1,251
484

181

Dollars

125

22, 848
16,378
12, 873
17, 364
2,207
20, 252
13, 527
72, 832
57,086
30, 658
112,270
21,471
18, 075
38, 633
18, 361
42, 528
17,910
157,120
153, 058

8,376
47, 582
12, 728
22,069
7,586
4,059
38,972
22,923
94,859
14,843
13, 800
8,103

8,271

46,180

100, 979

2,595
6,166
3,764
4,255
2,246
43
69
49
641

20,861
29, 047
24, 004
19, 218
27, 527
20,569
30,586
29, 621
13, 337
31,110

23, 538
15,180




Dollars

Dollars Dollars
496,127 464, 779
294,888 239,903
4,087,641 2,737,878
309,501 216,848
163,537
206,421
197, 799
235,260
151, 685
184,112
159,020
192,846
128,356
164,827
156,26<
198,118
212, 536 158, 510
133,916
159,001
156, 643 119,260
686,178 610,117

16,621
25, 056
9,218
21,691
19, 021

Dividends
(percent)

71.025
4'8.52
43.65
69.4
74.2
52.07
63.5
48
51.9
94.12
55.42

235,114
91,276
53,290
181,841
82,347
187,948
972,703

57.64
63.8
86.5
66.37
50
73.8
67

341,631
180,106
132,221
232, 890
20, 854

304,805
142,959
110,295
172, 922
19, 099

54
48.12
34.61
29
52. 2359

167,762 121, 752
88, 522
155,018
1, 557,226 1,309, 522
1,108,317 646,122
641,178 568,351
2,749,055 1, 599,922
300,010 230, 387
66,450
83,921
693,050 565, 500
209,738 152, 715
709,674 543,826
422, 370 314,178
5, 311, 773
1, 042, 111

2, 716, 785

Interest
diviDate
dends finally
closed
(percent)

7/30/36
3/11/36
7/31/36
6/16/36
5/16/36
3/7/36
6/6/36
10/28/36
3/27/36
2/26/36

53
81

245,996
117,448
70,651
216,054
26,000
233,359
1,139,103

4, 493, 292

5,932

14, 630
12, 394

Amount
returned
to shareholders
in cash

Total
liabilities Amount
estab- of claims
lished to proved
date of
report

50
75.08
56. 667
80
71.5
35
82
83.98
70.95
70.95
45.5
67.15
75

1410
1435
1445
1465
1466
1480
1491
1543
1571
1573
1577
1617
1619
1627

1656
1671
1672
1681
1699
10/27/36 1740
1757
6/11/36
9/26/36
11/16/35
1/17/36

1760
8/14/36 1763
10/31/36 1764

1845
3/24/36 1859

1877
7/24/36 1882

1907
1919
1930
1980
2043
9/23/36 2059
2070
9/28/36 2071
2080
~97~19/36 2089
2093
2095

3,393, 521
617, 708

62.5

120,812
185, 230

215,610
421, 756
474,816
457,012
158,559
497,620
588,188
295,112
365,627

371, 077
253,672
103, 462
374, 388
367, 647
267, 975
241,310

45
55
81.8
60.53
75.6597
25
56
43
59
55

193,052
92,252

144,953
68,510

93.417
84.15

2108
2109
2111
10/29/36 2114
3/31/36 2115
4/22/36 2123
2131
2151
2188
2205
2206
3/20/36 2217
9/19/36 2242

296

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

TABLE NO. 34.-—National banks in charge of receivers during year ended October 31,
total assets at date of failure and additional assets acquired subsequent thereto,
offsets allowed and earnings, together with the disposition of such collections, and
1936—Continued
Book value of assets at date of
failure

Capital
stock at
date of

Name and location of banks

failure

Date receiver
appointed

Estimated Estimated Estimated
good
doubtful worthless

IOWA—continued
2251
2320
2324
2361
2362
2430
2442

First National Bank, Manilla
First National Bank, Farnhamville7.
First National Bank, Everly 7 7
First National Bank, Lorimor 7
First National Bank, Clearfield 7__..
First National Bank, Kanawha
Knoxville - Citizens National Bank

2464
2493
2494
2495
2496
2497

First National Bank, Cresco 7 7 ...
First National Bank, Humboldt
First National Bank, Chelsea 7 7
First National Bank, Graettinger __
First National Bank, Stanton 7
New London National Bank, New
First National Bank, Hubbard 7
Farmers National Bank, Kingsley 7._
First National Bank, Grand River 7_
7

2498
2499
2501
2502
2505
2506
2507
2508
2509
2510
2526
2527
2530
2573
2637
2699
2706
2774
2785
2799
2808

QL 1 rilot LyO.9 ivDOXvlllG.'

Farmers First National Bank, Rake.
First National Bank, Marathon 7 . . .
First National Bank, Rock Valley 7 .
First National Bank, Dunkerton 7 . .
7

First National Bank, Little Rock ._
First National Bank, St. Ansgar 7_._
First National Bank, Whiting 7
First National Bank of Jewell JuneFirst National Bank, Exira 7
First National Bank, Hawkeye 7
First National Bank, Montour 7
First National Bank, Hull 7
Cedar Rapids National Bank, Cedar
Rapids.1
First National Bank, Radcliffe »
Farmers National Bank, Garner 7
First National Bank, Conrad l
First National Bank, Grundy
Center.*
F i r s t N a t i o n a l B a n k , Council

Dollars

Dollars

Dollars

138, 728
95,013
173,068
135, 717
76, 363
113, 962
943, 583

Dollars

24,080
53,345
4,532,
23,862
24,018
18, 563
38.085

25,000
40,000
25,000
35,000
25,000
50,000
100,000

Jan. 30,1933
July 28,1933
Aug. 3,1933
Sept. 5,1933
_ _ doOct. 7,1933
Oct. 10,1933

50,000
50,000
40,000
25,000
25,000
25,000

Oct. 24,1933
Oct. 30,1933
do
do
do
do

635, 896
242, 538
107, 213
83, 208
192, 877
67, 270

379,766
126,995
73, 707
93, 698
203,430
82,355

4,359
47, 529
14,847
3,837
22, 551
10, 774

50,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
40,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000

do
do
_ do
do
Oct. 31,1933
do..
_
do. _
do..
. do
Nov. 3,1933

191,464
78, 944
74,050
45,023
35,950
127,446
106,823
56,404
71, 700
101, 528
83,223

154, 654
83, 904
43, 691
106, 664
75, 785
178, 570
333,020
90,787
128,212
199,360
151,644

1,681
9,649
4,364
13, 216
20, 300
34, 802
1,985
26, 804
17,413
4,684
7,022

35,000
25,000
30,000
35,000
600,000

Nov. 16,1933
Dec. 20,1933
Jan. 23,1934

108, 600
77, 653
99, 370
90,886
266, 612

91, 780
39, 332
168, 744
108,205
1, 273, 568

7,219
9,924
5,063
13,895
512,846

50,000
50,000
25,000
50,000

Jan. 30,1934
Mar. 20,1934
Mar. 28,1934
Apr. 11,1934

373, 437
5,581

18, 799
73,148
33, 221

49,461
28,782
7,106

300,000

Apr. 20,1934

1,838, 758

1,084,790

41,090

May 23,1934

95, 670

38,091

19,835

do

do
do

60,961
78, 794
114, 286
164,329
65,420
78,021
686, 736

•RI-nfFe 1
7

ujuns.

Farmers National Bank, Crystal

25,000

2844
2863

Citizens National Bank, Winterset 7_
First National Bank, Bellevue 7

200,000
75,000

June 4,1934
June 25,1934

336, 585
405, 618

309,032
246, 463

82, 243
76

1261

Minneapolis National Bank, Minneapolis.
Central National Bank, Ellsworth..
First National Bank, Holton
First National Bank, Colony
National Bank of Sabetha, Sabetha.
First National Bank, Hiawatha
First National Bank, Pittsburg
First National Bank, Cherokee
Citizens National Bank, Great Bend
National Bank of Commerce, Garnett.
First National Bank, Highland
First National Bank in Greensburg-

2837

T ftlTA 7
-L/aKe.1

KANSAS

1542
1585
1654
1901
1934
1974
1975
1985
2004
2014
2154

Footnotes at end of table, pp. 410 and 411.




60,000

Feb. 9,1929

142,500

274,462

280,881

100,000
50,000
25,000
60,000
55,000
100,000
25,000
50,000
25,000

Mar. 30,1931
May 23,1931
Aug. 14,1931
Jan. 18,1932
Jan. 28,1932
Feb. 17,1932
. . . do
Feb. 20,1932
Mar. 25,1932

536, 591
188, 561
38,610
234,136
90,784
265,392
60,160
193, 901
118, 832

528, 296
239,124
111, 181
409, 711
297,686
1,377, 799
130,316
242, 963
216,016

176,583
117,003
3,797
57, 652
71,850
28, 290
7,100
8,433
49, 240

25.000
40,000

Apr. 26,1932
Oct. 12,1932

59, 712
107,854

96,048
188, 283

18,420
15, 781

297

REPORT OP THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

1936, dates of appointment of receivers and final closing^ with nominal amounts of
capital stock and stock assessments, amounts collected from all sources, including
various other data indicating the progress or results of liquidation to October 31,

Progress of liquidation to date of this report

Addi-

Total
Total
assessCash colment assets and
stock as- Cash col- lections
upon
from
sessment lections
since date shareof failure holders
from assets stock
tional
assets
received

ment

Receivership earnings, cash Unpaid
collecbalance
tions from R. F. C.
interest,
loan
premiums, rent,

Total collections
from all
sources,

Offsets
allowed including
offsets aland
settled lowed and
unpaid

balance
R. F. C.
loan

etc.

Dollars
30, 519
21,330
27, 862
42, 088
23,021
8,948
42,822

Dollars
25,000
40,000
25,000
35,000
25,000
50,000
100,000

Dollars
Dollars
Dollars
Dollars
152,406
11,671
8,070
279,288
174,818
10,721
12,623
288, 482
194,795
13,329
10, 266
344, 748
131,271
7,705
25,074
400,996
81,634
3,292
2,090
213,822
136,841
16,975
12, 685
269,494
44,081
26,475
1,811,226 1,058,205

Dollars

Dollars

Dollars
180,541 2251

2320
2324
2361
2362
2430
2442

35, 824
20,196
7,535
8,165
21, 814
3,876

41,132

5,392
203, 554
236, 312
17,922
179, 575
15, 525
93,053
6,037
176,163
9,662
70, 835 1,240, 728

964, 210
397,961
163, 611
164,467
361,357
105,031

2464
2493
2494
2495
2496
2497

21, 213
6,637
7,321
11, 837
8,760
15,904
15, 699
9,047
10, 554
9,591
18,064

309,969
99, 580
98,530
140,416
103,578
272, 704
331, 802
133,844
173, 579
246,133
229,977

2498
2499
2501
2502
2505
2506
2507
2508
2509
2510
2526

57, 031
33, 647
29,122
20,892
85,896
27,430

50,000
50,000
40, 000
25,000
25,000
25,000

1,127,052
500, 709
264,889
226, 635
529, 754
212,829

862,741
314,648
136,194
135, 921
309, 526
82,187

15, 763
35,100
10, 575
13, 75'
15, 853
11, 215

49, 882
28,017
9,307
6,624
14,164
7,753

23,100
48,115
2,553
9,195
62, 285
18, 432
24,051
31,040
47,837
19,444
20, 370

50,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
40,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
25,000

420,899
245, 612
149, 658
199, 098
219, 320
409, 250
505,879
230,035
290,162
350, 016
287,259

254, 692
78,057
75,860
101, 795
77,159
234, 001
263, 474
95, 374
214,287
172,681

16,243
999
4,665
19, 468
12, 597
7,984
35,197
19, 707
13, 545
6,014
23,898

17, 821
6,587
3,584
7,316
5,062
14,815
17,432
9,716
11, 692
16, 241
15, 334

9,559
19, 280
27,157
32, 283
2,544

35,000
25,000
30,000
35,000
600, 000

252,158
140, 775
171,189
88, 213
197, 592
330, 334
126, 724
280, 269
2, 655, 570 1,013, 305

15, 522
21,166
27, 593
12, 786
519,983

6,626
6,085
21,186
13, 547
89, 282

12,935
6,048
14, 542
10,455

175,858 2527
121,512 2530
260,913 2573
163, 512 2637
1, 622, 570 2699

78
19, 203
2,623
1,423

31, 481
1,625

10,869 2706
453,661 2774
32, 748 2785
2799
22,923

6,416
27,000
1

50,000
25,000
50,000

7,266
402,977
15, 450

3,525
13.050
21, 500

3, 227,174 2, 220,711

262, 536

155,020

171,006

17, 410
56, 243
31, 687

124, 676
502, 367
70,909
50,000

200,000

128,895

60,000

63,104
177,520
23, 526
29,399
45,625
186,485
12,790
14,190
2,072

100,000
50,000
25,000
60,000
55, 000
100, 000
25, 000
50,000
25,000

43, 720
21,722

25,000
40,000

86, 661

984,103
683,844

360,744
543,915

886, 738

269,174

47,612
47,456
10,302
4,762
25,065
30,358
43,800
8,148
46,047
2,100

7,183
18,147

108, 729

38,097
10,763
4,676
18,397
12,174

15, 019
14,883

1,700

23,547

1, 404, 574 763, 018
244,139
772, 208
86f 195
202,114
344,058
790,898
212,604
560,945
1,957,966 1,133,956
129,442
235, 366
327,333
509,487
246,357
411,160

7,300
7,100

242,900
373, 640




122, 256
205, 714

12,142
35, 434

26,148
33,474

15,384

2, 601, 242

2,800

47, 272
30, 354

2837
114,187
490,898 2844
607,743 2863

71,457

21,300

13, 435
13,552
26,739
17,992

116, 782

411,790 1261

64,060
912,631 1542
43,967
309,171 1585
15,163
110,796 1654
37,607
425,127 1901
16,067
271, 203 1934
117, 221 1,396,600 1974
17, 012
168,154 1975
7,461
407,580 1985
9,547
278, 796 2004
10,587
21,580

155, 045 2014
260,324 2154

298

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

TABLE NO. 34 •—National banks in charge of receivers during year ended October 811
total assets at date of failure and additional assets acquired subsequent thereto,
offsets allowed and earnings^ together with the disposition of such collections^ and
1986—Continued
Progress of liquidation to date of this
report—Continued

Loss on
assets
compounded
or sold
under
order of
court

Disposition of proceeds of liquidation

Conservators'
distributions
Book
Book
Book value value of value of
assets
of remain- remaining uncol- ing un- returned
collected to sharelected
stock as- holders'
assets
sessment
agents

Dollars

Dividends paid
by receivers

Secured
and preferred
liabilities
paid
except
through
dividends,
including
offsets
allowed

To secured
creditors

To unsecured
creditors

On secured
claims

On unsecured
claims

Dollars

Dollars

Dollars

Dollars
118,405
114,191
150,673
68,868
20,702
81,846
96,523

Dollars
35,306
70,601
36,906
77, 663
52, 923
68,878
773,186

248,130
197,413
93,362
72,684
257,400
31,474

245,729
145, 874
38,455
61,917
68, 572
46,539

2251
2320
2324
2361
2362
2430
2442

Dollars
47,541
35,630
52, 583
37,729
55,788
13,978
310, 254

Dollars
45,947
54,448
181,471
45, 363
59, 013
271,932

Dollars
13,329
27,377
14,734
9,926
22,910
37, 315
73, 525

2464
2493
2494
2495
2496
2497

87 474
44,131
13, 534
20,449
56 338
18, 086

91,013
71,734
67, 626
37,100
117,076
83, 680

34 237
14,900
29,425
11, 243
9,147
13, 785

2498
2499
2501
2502
2505
2506
2507
2508
2509
2510
2526

52,127
8,960
6,140
12,379
29, 812
19, 433
46, 205
30, 881
34 854
30 475
51,420

42, 867
126, 953
35, 337
48 087
78, 589
89,912
140, 501
69,733
83 666
70, 663
20,094

33, 757
24,001
20, 335
5 532
12, 403
42,016
4,803
5,293
11 455
18,9S6
1,102

136,993
51,057
52,399
59,945
43,641
110, 581
202,190
59,180
91,161
118,493
144,617

128,996
32,370
29,475
62,837
40,760
124,372
82, 538
49, 241
53,976
102, 883
66, 624

2527
2530
2573
2637
2699

63 448
20, 802
26,132
45 168
249, 625

31,126
62,068
62 922
792, 640

19,478
3,834
2,407
22, 214
80, 017

89,815
63,883
145,769
97,669

71,633
37,914
92, 473
42, 596
1,075,382

2706
2774
2785
2799

45 291
36, 451
4,532

10
108,131

4,968
159,970
13,955

2808

192, 637

644,467

709, 728

44,070

57,908

133, 359
151,438

94, 237
169,087

46 475
11, 950
28, 500

32,642
1,997
« 4,883

2844
2863

91 096
68 082

3,787
9 25,174

9 132, 464
10,108
19, 735

9 319, 597

«785,142

68 961
284 991

9 306,733

321, 705
22 119
31, 458
24, 302

697, 044

2837

9 307, 370

9 75,604

164, 566
41 493

12, 388

1261

486,107

1542
1585
1654
1901
1934
1974
1975
1985
2004

246 107
138, 620
24 528
221,891
108 048
174, 765
63 912
50, 597
29,154

231 389
295, 482
51 228
127, 342
169 226
432,024
74, 096
101,102

52, 544
39, 698
20, 238
34, 935
24 642
56, 200
16 852
3,953
22, 900

2014
2154

46 636
46! 849

38 421
59, 497

9 981
25,117

Footnotes at end of table, pp. 410 and 411.




» 212,486
9 258, 557

116,851

112,389

15, 050

461,151
112,063
8,114
195, 721
141, 496
672, 762
116, 260
245,105
71,001

352, 595
153,428
59, 740
170,184
87,951
546, 264
30,155
102, 616
137, 456

8,890

70,065
61,876

63, 666
157,904

13, 589

4,058
40, 251
5,782

299

BEPOBT OF THE COMPTBOLLER OF THE CUBBENCY

1936, dates of appointment of receivers and final closing, with nominal amounts of
capital stock and stock assessments, amounts collected from all sources, including
various other data indicating the progress or results of liquidation to October 81,
Disposition of proceeds of liquidationContinued

Keceiv- Cash in
Dash adhands
vanced Conser- ers' sal- of comparies,
in pro- vators'
troller
tection expenses legal and and reother
of assets
expenses ceivers

Dollars
154
929
33
4,892
1,550
1,:""
4,002
3,296
547
45
1,630
362
2,398
7,461
121

Dollars

2,107
2,183
6,146
1,848
2,883
12, 737

Amount
returned
to shareholders
in cash

Dollars
Dollars
Dollars Dollars Dollars
12,464
14,366
183,732 147,973
12,627
176,342 105,783
3,044
12, 919
241,015 201,284
33.477
5,664
18, 308
310, 417 228,960
7,243
10, 304
136,813
82, 944
10,404
59,005
88, 482
12,152
33, 771
767, 255
7,366
1, 563,192

9/15/36

2251
2320
2324
2361
2362
2430
2442

940,428
361,358
148, 822
149, 340
379, 632
137, 992

615, 701
213, 419
109, 838
86, 407
309, 573
89,988

8 90
92.5
85
84
83
35

2464
2493
2494
2495
2496
2497

5,256
3,109
2,480
2,804
1,979
5,804
3,399
3,324
2,523
2,
2,812

13, 067
8,930
10, 365
11, 737
8,662
15, 644
18,192
10, 967
14, 292
13, 34"
8,176

25, 657
4,069
2,181
2,731
8,536
16, 297
23, 085
11,132
4,166
8,302
609

287,537
134, 300
91,137
133, 554
109, 317
280, 793
379,192
148,070
199,238
258,182
199,879

155,913
94, 550
61, 648
70, 526
67, 665
155, 661
295,827
98,458
144, 282
153, 394
132,872

54
85
85
65
70
68. 333
60
63.5
77
100

2499
2501
2502
2505
2506
2507
2508
2509
2510
2526

13,002
3,968
2,182

1,006

41, 76'

40,952

18, 678

4,711

7,231

267

19, 798
12,522

21, 533
11, 244

5,727

18,883

57,160

24,338
986
101
384
1,480
65, 081

51,273
27,592
25,257
41,905
27,374
66, 255
15,954
37, 111
30,577
12,098
21,761

7,139




165, 317
93, 048
63, 883
102, 215
238, 574 145, 778
162, 91" 117, 610
1,609,122 1,608, 526
410
4,351
4,717

1,

19,991
20, 527

80
100
75
30
25
92.5
8 52.5

60,165
25,959
13.478
993
12, 730
12, 362

10, 54'

3,758

Interest
diviDate
dends finally
(perclosed
cent)

19,072
22, 299
12,239
25,288
15,160
12, 767

10,689
11, 270
6,471
10, 892
7,531
10, 503
4,991
16, 639 191, 082

40,911

Dividends
(percent)

7,227
5,110
2,075
3,585
4,199
1,342

3,721
1,809
4,123
5,346
17, 762

165
125
2,407

Total
liabilities Amount
estab- of claims
lished to proved
date of
report

8,765
407, 34'
24, 063

3,589
220, 271
21,136

54,821

54, 821

2,487, 768 1,429, 53i

9/30/36 2527
100
100
82.5
20
100
8 100
is 47. 8272
36

2530
2573
2637
3 5. 833 7/17/36 2706
3 8.938 7/21/36 2774
10/31/36 2785

2799

8 100

2837

124,981
517,131
540, 972

66, 79;
419,163
372, 013

8 81
8 100

92,918

614,174

508,221

25

23,274
15,102
13, 526
16,933
12,902
5,987
2,757
4,185

1,112, 389
498, 790
140,987
604,869
404,651
2,921, 001
158,964
362, 884
346,991

756, 098
344,921
75, 481
431, 562
314,250
916,413
129,626
257, 857
189, 592

61
32.5
10
45.333
45
71.667
94.15
95
37.5

9,216
9,893

136, 798
280, 084

72,914
111, 999

95
55

2844
is 10. 21

10/17/36 2863

1261
1542
1585
1654
1901
1934
1974
8/15/36 1975
1985
2004
2014
2154

300

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

TABLE NO. 34.—National banks in charge of receivers during year ended October 31,
total assets at date of failure and additional assets acquired subsequent thereto,
offsets allowed and earnings, together with the disposition of such collections, and
1936—Continued
Book value of assets at date of
failure

Name and location of banks

Capital
stock at
date of
failure

Date receiver
appointed

Dollars
25,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
75.000
40,000
50,000
50,000
25,000
25,000

Nov.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
July
July
Aug.
Aug.
Sept.
Sept.
Feb.

Estimated Estimated Estimated
good
doubtful worthless

K ANS AS—continued
2169
2218
2222
2224
2312
2317
2341
2352
2367
2410
2739

First
First
First
First
First
First
First
First
First
First
First

National Bank, St. Francis
National Bank, Englewood i«._
National Bank, Fowler
National Bank, St. Marys 7
National Bank, Garden City _
National Bank, Augusta 7
National Bank, Oakley 7
National Bank, Ellis 7
National Bank, Clay Center 7 .
National Bank, La Harpe 7 7
National Bank in Ness City __

1353
1424

First National Bank, Hazard i
_
National Bank of Kentucky, Louisville.
First National Bank, Stone
City National Bank, Paducah
First National Bank in Hazard
Trigg National Bank, Glasgow
Bell National Bank, Pineville
First National Bank, Bardwell
First National Bank, Glasgow
Henderson National Bank, Henderson.
First National Bank, Whitesburg.—
First National Bank, Jenkins
_
Whitley National Bank, Corbin 8
Citizens National Bank, Richmond
First National Bank, Burnside 7 7
Citizens National Bank, Monticello
First National Bank, Fleming 7
Lynch National Bank, Lynch 77
First National Bank, Murray
Day and Night National Bank,

3,1932
4,1933
10,1933
12,1933
21,1933
27,1933
18,1933
23,1933
6,1933
30,1933
21,1934

Dollars
88,499
33,154
18, 645
61,060
159, 585
516,135
39, 936
74, 468
257, 901
74, 245
178,164

Dollars
231,042
84,442
105, 638
206, 657
431, 531
221,318
163,832
118,302
375,274
45,051
166,482

Dollars

236
4,912
21,008
30, 235
39, 925
23,898
10,016
24,457
69, 638
9,348
33, 995

KENTUCKY

1531
1775
1898
1935
1936
1993
2012
2044
2049
2091
2099
2306
2331
2349
2385
2425
2575
2612
2712
2768
2812
2893
2898
2927

"Pilrotrillo i
JrlKeVUlc.1

First National Bank, Greenup 7
First National Bank, Dawson
Springs.7
Carrollton National Bank, Carrclton.7
First National Bank, Clinton 7
Farmers National Bank, Hodgenville.i
Citizens National Bank, Win-

57, 212
37, 655
22, 585, 879 11, 640,702

119,122
6,074,830

318, 877
1,158, 925
225,490
502,113
379,378
211,441
163,868
748,360

145, 376
4, 703, 737
459,386
300, 994
193,131
97, 718
200,096
705,822

32, 945
247, 283
70, 719
38,112
11,135
31,375
50,082
79, 319

17,1932
12,1932
18,1932
26.1933
8,1933
23,1933
15,1933
3,1933
23,1933
12,1933

150,067
38,023
122,172
133,312
49,896
93,837
88,602
167,079
496,396
735

367, 658
292, 937
145, 559
424, 238
74,106
64,569
56,353
164, 700
668, 810
50,975

124,016
34, 555
2,241
127, 781
1,070
31, 825
19, 271
14, 942
17, 349
40,817

50,000 Feb. 1,1934
40,000 M a r . 14,1934

259,122
91, 281

261, 991
274, 529

1,784
8,711

60,000 Apr. 25,1934

430, 987

343,184

98, 657

50,000 Sept. 26,1934
110,000 Oct. 10,1934

217, 666
6,816

133,845
15,987

49, 450
89,014

100,000 J u l y 25,1935

6,627

19,691

62,734

23,1933
4,1933
21,1933
21,1934
2,1934
19,1935

67,796
175,832
60,643
160,309
47,084
1,656

78,073
92, 623
53,599
78,915
61,299
333,470

43,192
76, 520
13,722
2,743
18,478
187,612

1,000,000 Feb. 21,1936

1,869,135

2,491, 577

618, 374

100,000 M a r . 18,1930
4,000,000 N o v . 17,1930
50.000
300,000
100.000
75,000
100,000
25,000
50,000
200,000

M a r . 17,1931
Oct. 28,1931
Jan. 18,1932
Jan. 28,1932
do
M a r . 2,1932
Apr. 15,1932
June 11,1932

50,000
75,000
25,000
100,000
25,000
25,000
25,000
50,000
100,000
100,000

June
July
July
June
Aug.
Aug.
Sept.
Oct.
Nov.
Dec.

CUCbUOl.1

LOUISIANA

First National Bank, Oberlin 7
Madison National Bank, Tallulah 7_
First National Bank in Gibsland 7__
Macon Ridge National Bank, Delhi7
First National Bank, Elton 7
American National Bank, Shreveport.1
2934 Commercial National Bank, Shreveport.i
Footnotes at end of table, pp. 410 and 411.
2353
2428
2642
2735
2820
2926




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

Aug.
Oct.
Dec.
Feb.
May
Apr.

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

301

1936, dates of appointment of receivers and final closing, with nominal amounts of
capital stock and stock assessments, amounts collected from all sources, including
various other data indicating the progress or results of liquidation to October 31,

Progress of liquidation to date of this report

Additional
assets
received
since dat<
of failure

Total
assessment
upon
shareholders

Total
assets and
stock assessment

Dollar;
7,914
36, 228
35, 785
18, 24:
2,817
26, 372
45,726
39,101
53,129
22, 917
23,765

Dollars

Dollars

25, 000
25, 000
25, 000
50, 000
50, 000
75, 000
40, 000
50, 000
50, 000
25, 000
25,000

352,691
183,736
206, 076
366,193
683,858
862, 723
299, 510
306,328
805,942
176, 561
427,406

ReceiverCash col- ship earnings, cash Unpaid
Cash col- lections
collecfrom
balance
lections
tions from R. F. C.
interest,
from assets stock
loan
premiment
ums, rent,
etc.

Dollars

Dollars

Dollars

203,959
76, 934
80,799
167, 212
397,501
482,958
127,067
116,997
469,665
92,802
234,831

21,947
8,74]
17,706
16, 770
9,713
38,241
6,192
15,670
44,950
8,364
14,800

19,850
2,978
5,872
10,847
15,014
31, 768
8,715
8,521
19,302
6,828
20,208

1,9
100,000
315,982
26,299
586,145 4, 000, 000 44,887,556 23,630,940

45,723
287,579

4,627
402,187

40,290
183,985
71,730
31,494
62,106
12, 261
24,909
120,451

15, 242
217,445
25,774
15, 632
33,934
6,550
15,494
61,830

50, 000
300,000
100, 000
75,000
100, 000
25, 000
50, 000
200, 000

559,372
301,996
7, 372,930 3,113,144
860,156
384,047
966,679
419, 788
720.850
240,734
378, 550
181, 392
274,677
469.851
915, 589
1,851,725

445
835
491
072
30
15, 343
10,141
2,553
6,832
127

50, 000
75, 000
25, 000
100, 000
25, 000
25, 000
25, 000
50, 000
100, 000
100,000

715,186
483, 350
370,463
1, 025,403
150,102
230, 574
199, 367
399, 274
1,289, 387
192,654

359,587
200,618
216,633
371,286
72, 093
133,066
129, 217
218, 111
603,635
8,865

32,003
44,528
13,844
71,804
16, 368
17,166
13,496
26,600
45,813
68, 515

32, 211
11,027
16,843
18,349
4,356
6,099
8,158
22,092
78,624
1,667

24, 739
2,328

50, 000
40, 000

597,636
416,849

279,306
233, 530

39,195
12,183

40, 011

60, 000

972,839

550, 702

14, 437
536

50, 000
55, 000

465, 398
167,353

232,825
13,105

150

100,000

189, 202

10, 439
559
637
15,333
7,113
7,651

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

224, 500
395, 534
153,601
282, 300
183, 974
830,389

12,174
4,561
50, 480
37, 206
13. 016
5,805
118, 224
23,
42,
75,
240,

55, 020

5, 034,106




Dollars

2.00C

5,300
~3,~706

Offsets
allowed
and
settled

Dollars
5,175
4,863
2,049
8,464
23,193
26,191
6,710
4.841
30,900
5,995
13,896

Total collections
from all
sources,
including
offsets allowed and
unpaid
balance
R. F. C.
loan

Dollars
250,931
93,516
106,426
205,293
445, 421
579,158
148,684
151, 329
564,817
113,989
287,435

2169
2218
2222
2224
2312
2317
2341
2352
2367
2410
2739

25
76,674 1353
84, 000 4, 381,589 28,786,295 1424

? 42, 200

27, 001
462,794
55,588
48, 930
33,799
33, 570
10,917
77,783

384,529
3,977,368
537,139
527,144
370,573
233,773
325,997
1, 217,853

1531
1775
189P
1935
1936
1993
2012
2044

25, 777

91, 790
6.283
16,984
4,171
5,589
20,286
6,568
10,326
138,551

515,591
262,456
264,304
465,610
98,406
176,617
157,439
277,129
892,400
79,047

2049
2091
2099
2306
2331
2349
2385
2425
2575
2612

36,871
44,483

29,320
16, 273

38, 561
17, 266

48, 052

30, 537

30, 500

28, 700
43,316

23, 043
1,883

10,846

94,874

571

59,951
195,394
73,436
144,148
48,453
33,419

11,938
24,775
2,453
3,005
5,600
139,411

6,581
11,961
4,841
10, 566
4,120
10,399

736,655

113,848

11,300

423,253 2712
323,735 2768

50,072

709,863 2812

65,733
410

350, 301 2893
58, 714
106,291 2927

1,300
9,200

6,708
21,238
10, 085
13,884

3,990

85,178
253,368
92,115
180,803
62,163
183, 229

2353
2428
2642
2735
2820

850, 503 2934

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TABLE NO. 34.—National banks in charge of receivers during year ended October 81,
total assets at date of failure and additional assets acquired subsequent thereto,
offsets allowed and earnings, together with the disposition of such collections, and
1936—Continued
Progress of liquidation to date of this
report—Continued

Loss on
assets Book value
compounded of remainor sold ing uncollected
under
order of
court

Disposition of proceeds of liquidation

Conservators'
distributions
Book
Book
value of value of
remainassets
ing un- returned
To uncollected to share- To sesecured
cured
stock as- holders'
sessment agents creditors creditors

2169
2218
2222
2224
2312
2317
2341
2352
2367
2410
2739

Dollan
Dollars Dollars
Dollars
3,053
28, 451
90,106
16, 259
76, 939
7,294
30, 446
67, 782
33, 230
56, 904
83, 613
169,114
44, 050
40, 287
118, 853
159, 721
36, 759
14,166
111,567
33,808
12,184
122, 306
34, 330
99, 879
155, 498
5,050
29,124
23, 640
16, 636
11, 626
142, 053
10, 200

1353
1424

54, 277
189,658
2,145,878 10, 729,149 3, 712, 421

1531
1775
1898
1935
1936
1993
2012
2044

7,161
173, 214
1,148, 511 2, 348, 481
202, 787
117, 734
285,552
137, 409
310, 856
35,461
71,171
67, 417
134,257
264, 247
394,106

Dollars

Dollars

Dividends paid
by receivers

On secured
claims

On unsecured
claims

Secured
and preferred
liabilities
paid
except
through
dividends,
including
offsets
allowed

Dollars
Dollars
112,656
91,971
6,740
73,504
31, 748
53, 509
69,604
89, 490
110,224
273,145
207, 688
308, 625
30, 421
80,152
13, 862
78,009
52, 433
166, 683
126,077
28, 368
61,092
1, 858
68, 266
190,532
1,281

Dollars

3,962
6,123
23, 557
24,366

9 54, 969

9 161, 75'

32,150

9,710
116,015
28, 270
43, 506
37, 894
12, 739
25, 091
79, 549

204,161

3,475
27, 515
14,456, 282 11,951,321
266,659
76,930
1,496,663 1,815, 942
88,690
377,039
212, 290
275,937
63,454
242, 790
83,702
95,607
86, 854
217,613
372, 744
s 777,903

56, 66:
102,473
37, 251
35, 046
14, 442
3,92^"
8,784
57, 722
48, 572
3,432

157,146
98, 976
74, 595
514, 900
32, 978
48, 295
29, 798
63,11
398, 629
80, 357

72,692
27, 436

157, 077
98, 617

10, 805

2812

68,498

151,326
111, 903
86,249
65,846
15, 760
27,457
50, 777
140, 219
338, 858
9,172

9 142, 972

182, 319
176, 596

51,05:
119, 390

35, 784

61,315
308

140, 478
13, 583

89, 809

905

7,460

12, 058
13,169

16, 242
23,082
33,07f
53,69'
21,983

28, 335
173, 043
35, 344
99, 308
18,490
36,963

17,99'
30,472
11,156
28,196
8,632
7,834
11, 504
23,400
54,187
31, 485

2712
2768

294,819
113, 260
112, 749
354,671
65,262
116, 710
85, 965
105,168
479, 420
122

» 102,195

2049
2091
2099
2306
2331
2349
2385
2425
2575
2612

16, 094

65,827

27, 817

197,318

243, 567
11,948

2893

33, 388
11,221

83, 452
87, 617

2927

5,48'

72, 869

2353
2428
2642
2735
2820
2926

7,438
29,450
16, 652
18,966
509
20,891

125,403
99,452
28,428
80, 302
81, 022
476, 079

2934

4,056

21, 300
11, 684
5,126
13, 062
25, 225
22, 541
21, 99
44, 40C
160, 58S

4, 293,395

Footnotes at end of table, pp. 410 and 411.




1,102

576,077

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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

1936, dates of appointment of receivers and final closing, with nominal amounts of
capital stock and stock assessments, amounts collected from all sources, including
various other data indicating the progress or results of liquidation to October 31«
Disposition of proceeds of liquidationContinued
Total
liabilities Amount
estab- of claims
Receiv- Cash in Amount
Cash adhands
to proved
vanced Conser- ers' sal- of comp- returned lished of
aries,
in pro- vators' legal and troller to share- date
report
tection expenses other
and re- holders
of assets
expenses ceivers in cash

Dollars
124
2,972
176
4,599
1.191
6,188
58
163

Dollars

4,679
4,302
1,357
2,807
7,371
3,713
8,215

Dollars
21,113
9,310
12, 746
18,113
21, 443
33, 569
15, 723
14, 973
27, 281
10, 483
16, 696

Dollars
Dollars
25,191
2,176
1,55"
11, 388
20,37J
7,169
1,916
14, 491
8,417
2,282

Dividends
(percent)

Interest
Date
dividends finally
closed
(percent)

Dollars Dollan
187, 762 60
280,661
35, 676 30
103, 383
63, 492 50
124,108
140, 27" 57
239,998
1,031,407 336, 500 40
676, 267 357,941 58. 333
177, 930 111, 015 40
169, 600 116,213 67.5
593, 331 410,123 8 80
39, 854 70
103,890
155, 226 45
353,137

300
208,477

13, 234
1, 738,192 432, 023

110, 834 110,808 32.15
34, 340,20121, 524,145 »67

428
16, 36'
20, 750
371
3,708

35,790
4,722
222, 257 221, 978
42, 569
8,091
35, 780
2,766
48, 828 11,323
23,
30, 528
21, 479
58, 457
5,622

9/28/36

430,125 346, 314 77
5, 972, 573 4,109,161 40
654, 622 554, 469 68
759, 230 541, 030 51
489, ""- 417, 996 58
282, 000 196, 230 48.5
368, 681 280,685 77.23
1,277,747 894,290 8 87

51
3,127
15, 526
138
2.073
13
332
76
304
668
852

1,527
1,974
4,945
10, 341

39, 046
24, 401
35, 566
32, 746
9,580
13, 404
11, 665
16, 518
39, 747
2,712

14, 874
12, 754
11, 573
12, 347
6,264
18, 714
6,982
9,975
23,366
362

564, 796
284, 878
555, 757
593, 294
97, 689
155, 273
137, 710
28Q, 767
1, 082,911
78,981

13, 284
2,615

414,478
331,455

10/31/36

2169
2218
2222
2224
2312
2317
2341
2352
2367
2410
2739

1353
1424

1531
1775
1898
1935
1936
1993
6/19/36 2012
2044

406.453 72.5
169, 656 66. 667
187, 207 60
521, 575 68
82, 624 79
142, 047 82.5
85,416 100
126, 713 83
737, 752 65
78, 981 83.5

2049
2091
2099
2306
2331
2349
2385
2425
2575
2612

359.454
207, 540

85

2712
2768
2812

11
122

6,048
5,813

27, 567
19,199

23, 775

13, 487

41, 528

809,488

609, 675

70

9, 343

8,504
2,477
4,646

28, 466
6,562

351,927
54, 337

204,408
51, 590

70

3,471

98,174

11,077
22,693
13,235
14,472
7,404
6,834

14, 706
16, 417
4,081
2,232
7,027
139, 432

165,109
301,802
104, 698
223,904
79,095
356, 741

4,954

225, 488

972
176
3,098
2,776
349

43,984

1,788
4,788
3,282
8,318
5,808




3, 362, 758

2893

95, 440 100

147,473
149, 466
66,124
119, 325
57, 713
319, 778

20
22.5
50
45
40

2.81

2927

2353
2428
2642
2735
2820
2926
2934

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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY

TABLE NO. 34.—National banks in charge of receivers during year ended October 31,
total assets at date of failure and additional assets acquired subsequent thereto,
offsets allowed and earnings, together with the disposition of such collections, and
1986—Continued
Book value of assets at date of

failure

Name and location of banks

Capital
stock at
date of
failure

Date receiver
appointed

Estimated Estimated Estimated
good
doubtful worthies s

MAINE

Dollars

2342

Rockland National Bank, Rock-

2536
2537

600,000 Nov. 6,1933
300,000
do

2636

First National Bank, Portland 7
Peoples-Ticonic National Bank,
Waterville.7
Springvale National Bank, Springvale.7
Presque Isle National Bank, Presque Isle.7
National Shoe & Leather Bank,

2660
2667

Pittsfield National Bank, Pittsfield7.
Fort Fairfield National Bank, Fort

2539
2545

Ion/1 7
lanQ.'

"R'cn'rfia'M 7
.r airneiQ.

150,000 Aug. 18,1933

Dollars

Dollars

1,937,089

2,831,174

3,624,547
2,491,164

3,747,106
4,231, 603

Dollars

18,445

. 344,813
253,379

1,838, 556

497, 580

145

7,1933

2,152, 769

1, 465,304

10,046

200,000 Dec. 19,1933

1,897,971

1, 847, 986

412,984

50,000 Jan.
200,000 Jan.

3,1934
8,1934

1,015,700
706, 214

1,351, 234
1,280,086

11,828
152,700

Jan.

9,1934

100,000

do

100,000 Nov.

2670
2671
2685
2709
2867

Calais National Bank, Calais 7
Farmers National Bank, Houlton77_.
Caribou National Bank, Caribou7 __
First National Bank, Van Buren __
Ticonic National Bank, Waterville i.

1701
1782
1954
2292
2300

2466
2581
2649
2824
2845

First National Bank, Hagerstown. _