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TENTH ANNUAL REPORT
OF THE

Superintendent of Banks
OF THE

St a t e

of

C a l if o r n ia

1919
Showing the Financial Condition o f State Banks at the Close
of Business June 30, 1919

CALIFORNIA STATE PRINTING OFFICE
SACRAMENTO

19 19
48942







IN T R O D U C T O R Y LE TTER .
October 31, 1919.
His Excellency W illiam D. S tephens ,
Governor of the State o f California,
Sacramento, California.
D ear S ir : I herewith submit the annual report of the Superintendent
of Banks of the State of California, pursuant to section 140 of the Bank
Act, enacted by the twenty-eighth session of the Legislature and effective
July 1, 1909. This is the tenth annual report under the present law,
but the first of the present Superintendent, who succeeded to the office
by virtue of your appointment in December, 1918.
The figures here given are those of the fiscal year ending June 30,1919.
The fiscal year under discussion— the climax of four eventful years—
marks the most radical transition that the financial life of California
has known. For five years a world in ferment had been evolving a new
heaven and a new earth, a new definition of government and a' new
conception of its powers, its duties and its responsibilities. In this
period of evolution the world over, the things that had been were on
trial for their lives before the bar of the things that are. Its agencies
of government, of business and of finance that failed to meet the
demands of changing conditions were, of necessity, ruthlessly scrapped,
regardless of their antiquity or previous service.
That out of it all there has developed a cleaner, safer world no man
may doubt.
As in government, so in finance. The wars of today are commercial—
they are born of economic conditions and nurtured in the belly hunger
of nations. The war was won in terms of money as well as men. The
war could not have been won without money. In financing this titanic
struggle, our country discovered resources that could be made available,
a financial patriotism that could be called upon, and a financial
capacity to shoulder staggering burdens that we had not dreamed we
possessed. The patriotic response from the banks and the bankers of
our country played a tremendous and unforgetable part in securing th$
final victory.
California may well be proud of the work done^by her own banks and
her own bankers in this crisis. Business of all kinds, public or private,
was subordinated to the national needs. Each successive call found
our patriotism more ready and our ability more conspicuous. That in




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REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

this time of trial so wonderfully met our banks should have shaken off
the ultra-conservative habit of thought and taken their true part among
the public utilities, of our state, upon which devolved duties' and the
responsibilities for the growth and welfare of our people, was inevitable.
The bank ~and the banker that were not able to recognize this changed
condition and meet this new conception have fallen by the wayside.
During this fiscal year the government made its last two calls for
popular financing through the medium of Liberty bonds; between these
issues, short-term treasury certificates were sold direct to the banks.
During this fiscal year came the sudden cessation of hostilities through
the signing of the armistice. Since this event our problem has been to
turn from war to peace with the same thoroughness and efficiency that
we mobilized and turned from peace to^war. How well this is being
done and under what circumstances is the theme of this discussion.
T R E M E N D O U S G R O W T H OF S T A T E BANKS.

The outstanding feature of our banking situation is the tremendous
gr.owth of our state banks. A t a time when mammoth development and
extension had become commonplace, when banking assets and banking
wealth were attaining unthought-of magnitude, our banking institutions
have established a series of new high records.
In analyzing the facts and figures that tell the story of the condition
of state banks on June 30, 1919, the savings banks and savings depart­
ments of departmental banks must have first consideration because in
our tripartite banking, savings institutions play the most significant
part. Of the aggregate o f $1,132,110,034.43 in assets in all our banks,
$779,532,112.04 are the assets o f our savings banks. Of a total increase
’during the year of $110,|600,012.57 in assets in all our banks, $74,765,798.22 are the increase in assets of the savings banks. Of an increase
during the year of $113,283,586.96 in deposits in all our banks, $66,854,053.26 are now deposits in, our savings banks.
During the year the increase in individual deposits was $113,283,586.96 as against $65,678,493.44 for the preceding year. The increase
in total resources was $110,600,012.57 as compared with $92,285,933.13
for the preceding year. A t the close of the fiscal year June 30, 1919,
the aggregate assets of the banks operating under state jurisdiction was
$1,132,110,034.43 and the total of deposits was $947,333,420.85, of which
$702,534,780.23 were in the savings banks and invested in securities
free from the hazards of commercial banking.
A significant feature of this inquiry is the tremendous aggregate of
individual depositors in our state banks.




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3

A t the close of the fiscal year there were 1,734,212 depositors in the
state banks of California. Of these 1,247,452 are savings depositors
While there was a net gain of 39,434 depositors during the year, there
was a loss o f 12,620 depositors in commercial banks and in commercial
departments of departmental banks and an increase of 52,054 depositors
in savings banks and savings departments of departmental banks.
Looking back over a period of ten years we find the average increase
in savings deposits in California approximately $25,000,000 per annum.
Beginning well over a year ago we find the savings deposits in California
increasing steadily, uniformly and consistently by approximately half
a million dollars a day. In the latter months of 1919 this increase has
been gradually raised until the last called report showed, for fifty-seven
days, approximately a million a day increase. It is interesting to note
that during the period of each Liberty loan there was no increase in
deposits, but a decrease of approximately half a million a day for the
period of the ‘ ‘ drive. ’ ’ This would roughly indicate the contribution
of the savings bank depositors to each loan.
Were these increases spasmodic or inconsistent, they could be
accounted for on the theory of the deposit of the seasonal crop returns,
etc., but their uniformity leads to but one thought, namely, that our
people are making regular trips to the depositors ’ window in the savings
banks. I f we may, from these circumstances, conclude that the people
of this great state have aequired'the habit of thrift, what wonderful
things it puts within our reach. For example, it makes possible the
financing, from our current savings, of a complete highway system
within half a calendar year; it makes possible the internal development
of California with our own funds on a scale we have heretofore never
contemplated. The following tabulation expresses the situation for the
fiscal year; conditions here exemplified, however, have become increasingly conspicuous in the period from June 30 to date.
ENO RM O US PROGRESS OF A Y E A R IN SAVING S BANKS.

Compared with the reports of June 29, 1918, the condition of savings
banks and of savings departments in departmental banks of the state
system at the close of business on June 30, 1919, expresses the following
facts:




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REPOET OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.
Savings Banks and Savings D epartm ents.
June 29,1918

June 30,1919

$425,920,795 05

$428,233,356 17

$2,312,561 12

170,747,006 58

225,655,292 92

54,908,286 34

Increase

Decrease

Resources—
L oans _____________________________
B onds, warrants and other securi­
ties, including premium thereon,
less all offsetting bond a d ju st­
ment a c c o u n t s __________________
Bank premises, furniture and fix­
tures, safe deposit vaults_______
Other real estate owned___________
Due from banks___________________
Cash on hand_______ c ------------------Exchanges fo r clearing house_____
Checks and other cash items_____
Other r e s o u rc e s ____________ ______
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)___
N otes, d ra fts or bills o f exchange
(limited) ..............................
......

19,145,235
6,605,890
49,817,937
19,947,580
1,079,136
568,265
4,022,996
961,717

55
11
82
91
88
10
98
11

18,036,653
7,520,377
58,457,217
19,478,784
1,666,298
1,676,054
5,252,395
3,027,870

57
59
67
68
27
72
52
36

$1,108,581 98
914,487 48
8,639,279 85

_...._____ _
587,161
1,107,789
1,229,398
2,066,153

468,796 23

39
62
54
25

5,949,751 63

10,527,810 57

4,578,058 94

...................

$704,766,313 72

$779,532,112 04

$76,343,176 53

C apital stock paid in ................ .......
Surplus _________ ________ ________
Undivided profits _________________
Bills payable, including certificates
o f deposit representing m oney

$30,132,870 00
17,951,446 62
4,589,279 29

$30,555,575 80
19,468,352 26
5,335,910 32

$422,705 80
1,516,905 64
746,631 03

108,000
15,000
526 004
635,680,726

00
00
36
97

404.973 72
702,534,780 23

66,854^053 26

11,800,108 97
664,506 29
3,298,371 22

12,373,568 71
716,822 32
8,119,628 68

573,459 74
52,316 03
4,821,257 46

$704,766,313 72

$779,532,112 04

$74,987,328 98

T otals

- ........... .

$1,577,378 21

Liabilities—

Notes rediscounted
Individual deposits _______________
State, cou n ty and municipal de­
posits _____ _____________________
P osta l savings deposits___________
Other liabilities __________ ____ ___
T o t a l s ......................... .................

$85,500 00
15,000 00
121,030 64

22,500 00

$221,530 64

There is a corollary to this condition that I shall discuss as a part of
the question of bonds and bond investments for savings banks. But
here let me voice a solemn obligation of every California banker to
encourage and develop this habit of thrift among' our people, not only
for its own sake, as expressed in the welfare and comfort of the
depositors, but because of the tremendous things that must be done in
California, which can be done if this saving power is capitalized.
T H E S T R E N G T H , G R O W T H A N D L I Q U I D I T Y OF C O M M E R C IA L BANKS.

The operations o f the commercial banks and the commercial depart­
ments o f departmental banks of California for the fiscal year ending
June 30, 1919, disclose a strengthening o f these institutions, a growth
that is surprising and noteworthy and a participation in national as
well as locality finance that is exceptional in volume and magnitude in a
system so characteristically savings as is that of this state.
On June 30, 1919, there was an aggregate of $179,569,979.74 in loans,
an increase over the preceding year of $21,367,297.10. Bond purchases
increased during this period in the sum of $5„888,161.32 evidencing not
an indulgence in investment securities by the commercial banks but
showing a participation by our commercial banks in the general endeavor
to assist the federal government in its wartime difficulties.



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REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT? OF BANKS.

The amount due from banks was increased $7,269,495.90, while that
due to bapks was decreased $7,154,597.39, two highly material items
reflecting the purpose of these institutions to maintain a signal liquidity
at a time when exigent needs o f thfe federal government or the credit
demands of contributary districts would have to be met. With the
same motive cash on hand was increased $1,676,006.24, the total in the
possession of the banks being $24,116,708.87.
Other resources in the commercial banks and the commercial depart­
ments of departmental banks decreased in the sum of $8,906,645.10 and
other liabilities increased in the sum of $7,170,317.69. The increases
and decreases are practically offsetting items reflecting the participation
of California commercial banks in financing issues of United States
Government war paper.
Individual deposits in those institutions increased during the year in
the sum of $46,429,533.70, the largest increase in the history of the com­
mercial banks of the state. The aggregate at the end of this period
was $244,798,640.62.
Compared with the reports of June 29, 1918, the condition of com­
mercial banks and commercial departments of departmental banks of
the state system at the close of business on June 30, 1919, expresses the
following facts:
Com m ercial Banks and Com m ercial D epartm ents.
June 29,1918

June 30,1919

Increase

Loans ____ . _______________________
Overdrafts - ........................................
Bonds, warrants and other securi­
ties, including premium thereon,
less all offsetting bond a d ju st­
ment accounts _________________
Bank premises, furniture and fix­
tures, safe deposit vaults_______
Other real estate owned_____ J ...
Due from banks_____ _____________
Cash on hand______________________
Exchanges fo r clearing house___
Checks and other cash items______
Other resources __________________

$158,202,682 64
659,615 40

$179,569,979 74
1,083,009 42

$21,367,297 10
423,394 02

48,098,549 45

53,986,710 77

5,888,161 32

9,318,383
794,576
38,578,412
22,440,702
3,972,210
3,414,676
21,806,983

12,080,856
1,015,527
45,847,908
24,116,708
7,015,900
4,520,125
12,900,338

2,762,473
220,950
7,269,495
1,676,006
3,043.690
1,105,448

T o t a l s ...-----------------------------------

$307,286,792 04

$342,137,064 48

$43,756,917 54

$33,305,295 00
11,594,523 65
4,766,497 76

$34,391,429 14
11,796,927 43
5,843,646 71

$1,086,134 14
202,403 78
1,077,148 95

2,894,500
1,165,173
26,162,441
198,369,106

2,398,858
2,676,264
19,007,844
244,798,640

Decrease

Resources—
r

02
45 35
59
86
12
16

27
20
25
87
87
03
06

25
75
90
28
01
91
$8,906,645 10
$8,906,645 10

Liabilities—
Capital stock paid in................. .......
Surplus _____ ________ ____ _______
Undivided profits ________ ____ ___
Bills payable, including certificates
o f deposit representing m oney
borrow ed ________________________
Notes rediscounted _______________
Deposits due to banks_______ _____
Individual deposits ........................ —
State, county and municipal de­
posits ___________________________
P osta l savings deposits___________
Other liabilities ___________________
T ota ls______ - .........................—




$495,641 02

98
14
59
62

46,429,533 70

9,019,731 88
382,906 40
19,626,615 20

8,501,938 39
265,216 97
12,456,297 51

________

517,793 49
117,689 43
7,170,317 69

$307,286,792 04

$342,137,064 48

$50,306,311 46

$15,456,039 02

00
25
98
92

1,511,090 89
7,154,597 39

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REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

Trust companies and trust departments of departmental banks,
operating under state jurisdiction, have shown a very satisfactory
development during the year. These institutions, restricted in this state
solely to fiduciary functions and enjoying none of the privileges of
banks, are slow in growth. Their success, however, is sure and they
form a most admirable feature of our departmental banking.
During the fiscal year these institutions increased their own assets
almost a million dollars and added to their trust responsibilities con­
siderably more than six million dollars. At the beginning of the fiscal
year the assets actually owned by trust companies and trust depart­
ments of departmental banks made a total of $9,456,916.10; at the close
of the fiscal year the total was $10,440,857.91, an increase of $983,941.81.
Private trusts, by operation of law, are not under the supervision of
this department. They may, however, be characterized by interested
persons as court trusts and as such become subject to the visitorial
power of the State Banking'Department. It is interesting to note that
of an aggregate of $71,760,628.67 under the jurisdiction of this depart­
ment at the close of the fiscal year on June 30, 1919, $11,530,365.63
were private trusts transferred into court trusts that they mjght receive
the advantages of supervision.
AN E S T A B L IS H E D F A I T H

IN OUR S T A + E T R U S T CO M PAN IE S.

Compared with the reports o f June 29, 1918, the condition of trust
companies and trust departments of departmental banks of the state
system at the close of business on June 30, 1919, expresses the fol­
lowing facts:
T ru s t Companies and T ru s t D epartm ents.
June 29,1918

June 30,1919

Increase

Decrease

Resources—$2,907,622 69
B onds, warrants and other securities, including premium thereon.
less all offsetting bond a d ju st­
ment a c c o u n t s __________________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, s a fe deposit v a u lts . ------Other real estate owned___________
Due from banks........ ............ — ........
Cash on hand---------------------------------

$2,660,717 20

4,761,294 73

5,807,857 01

1,183,414
10,731
419,533
12,837
80
40,651
84,641
36,108

1,172,782
20,756
582,726
21,881

54
40
45
06
16
94
43
70

97
56

$246,905 49

1,046,562 28

...._____ _

65

33,847 59
103,380 80
36,907 36

18,739 37
798 06

$9,456,916 10

$10,440,857 91

$1,248,363 38

C apital stock paid i n ------------------S u r p lu s ------- --------------------------------Undivided profits _________________
Deposits o f m oney received from
executors, adm inistrators, guardians, assignees, receivers o r
trustees ------------- — ---------------Other lia b ilit ie s ________ ______ ____

$6,581,400 00
1,842,388 25
734,687 15

$7,085,900 00
1,890,340 00
1,021,163 48

$504,500 00
47,951 75
286,476 33

198,725 42
99,715 28

336,957 23
106,497 20

138,231 81
6,781 92

T o ta ls __________________________

$9,456,916 10

$10,440,857 91

$983,941 81

10,031 57

10,025 16
163,193 32
9,044 59

Checks and other casly items______
Advances t o court trusts_________
Other r e s o u rc e s ------- ---------------------T o ta ls ----- ----------------------------------

ir

80 16
6,804 35

Liabilities—




$264,421 57

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REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

IM M E N S E IN C R E A S E IN B A N K IN G PO W ER OF T H E STATE.

Compared with the reports of June 29, 1918, the condition of state
banks at the close of business on June 30, 1919, as expressed in a com­
bination o f the assets and liabilities of savings, commercial and trust
company departments, disclose the following facts, among which is the
experience of passing the billion dollar mark in deposits:
Combined S tatem ent of Condition of S tate Banks.
------------ 7
-----------------------------------------------------

June 29, 1918

Resources—

June 30,1919

Increase

$581,031,100 38
659,615 40

$610,464,053 11
1,083,009 42

$23,432,952 73
423,394 02

223,606,850 76

285,449,860 70

61.,843,009 94

Decrease

•

Loans ___________
______________
Overdrafts _____________ ___________
Bonds, warrants and other securities, including premium thereon,
less all offsetting bond adjustment a c c o u n t s __________________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, safe deposit v a u lts .. ___
Other real estate owjied___________
Due from banks ............ ...............................
Cash on hand ------------- ------------------------------Exchanges fo r clearing hou se.........
Checks and other cash item s.........
Advances to court trusts ______________

■

■Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited) -------Notes, d ra fts or bills o f exchange
___________ ______________
(limited) ___

29,647,033
7,411,197
88,815,883
42,401,120
5,051,427
4,023,593
84,641
25,866,088
961,717

11
90
62
56
90
16
43
84
11

5,949,751 63

31,290,292
.
8,556,661
* 104,887,852
43,617,375
8.682,199
6,230,027
103,380
18,189,640
3,027,870

81
35
69
20
14
34
80
94
36

1,643,259
1,145,463
16,071,969
1,216,254
3,630,771
2,206,434
18,739

70
39
07
64
24
18
37
$7,676,447 90

2,066,153 25

10,527,810 57

4,578,058 94

T ota ls ............... ................ ................... .......... $1,021,510,021 86 $1,132,110,034 43

$118,276,460 47

$7,676,447 90

Liabilities—
Capital stock paid in_____________
S u r p lu s ____________________________
Undivided profits
_________ —
Bills payable, including certificates
o f deposit representing m onev
Notes rediscounted

_______

______

Individual deposits
*. ._ . . _____
Deposits o f m oney received from
executor^, adm inistrators, gu ar­
dians, assignees, receivers or
trustees _____
_____________ _
State, cou n ty and municipal deposits ___ _____ _______ _________
Other liabilities ___________________
T otals . . . . .

$70,019,565 00
31,388,358 52
10,090,464 20
3,002,500
1,180,173
26.688,446
834,049,833

2,421,358
2,676,264
19,412.818
947^333,420

$2,013,339 94
1,767,261 17
2,110,256 31

$72,032,904 94
33,155,619 69
12,200,720 51

00
25
34
89

$581,141 02

98
14
31
85

113,283,586 96

198,725 42

336,957 23

138,231 81

20,819,840 85
1.047.412 69
23,024,701 70

20,875,507 10
982,039 29
20,682,423 39

_________________ i l , 021,510,021 86 $1,132,110,034 43

1,496,090 89
7,275,628 03

55,666 25
65,373 40
2,342,278 31

—

$120,864,433 33

$10,264,420 76

C U R R E N C Y I N F L A T I O N A N D DO LLA R D E P R E C IA T IO N .

That these figures reflect a wonderful prosperity in our state is selfevident. It may be safely said that never before has there been so
much money in California nor in the hands of so many people. Our
statu has been gloriously prosperous because her prosperity is based
upon the all-important thing in the world today— essential food pro­
duction. While half the world is going hungry, a beneficient nature
has smiled on California. From every source of her varied industries,
her cotton fields, her citrus belt, her rice and grain fields, her orchards,
come stories of tremendous production.



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REPOET OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

A study of the statistics of production for our essential crops shows
a substantial increase in tonnage over the previous year, but an
enormous increase in value. We must not be misled by a comparison,
however, expressed in terms of dollars. Doubling the cost of a bushel
of wheat will not increase the number of loaves of bread that it can
make; and a bushel of wheat and kindred commodities are the rqal
measure of our wealth and not the expansion of value in terms of money.
It follows, therefore, that a full realization of this condition discloses
menacing possibilities.
The tremendous inflation of the value of our crops, expressing itself
in the tremendous increase in the resources of our banks, is part and
parcel of a national currency inflation and dollar depreciation. There
has followed in our state a tremendous expansion of bank credit, a
dangerous corollary to the financing of war prices and wages. Every
possible cost is inflated. Cost$ for essentially everything that enters
into public consumption are so high that even normal buying means a
very large increase over preceding years in liquidating purchases.
Inflated prices, large deposits and credit-inflation are the interpreta­
tions by which the true condition of our banks must in part be read.
California is very prosperous, but in that prosperity are the problems
involved in the conduct of a business on a dizzy level of high prices,
especially those that enter into the costs of living. There is labor unrest,
widespread and ominous. There are the questions of reconstruction and
of readjustment that will so vitally affect our future. The relationship
of wages to prices is yet to be solved. We are riding the crest of a
wave that is sweeping us forward with unparalleled rapidity, but that
waves are prone to break themselves on rocky shores must not be
forgotten.
We will do well if we recognize the true coefficiency of this expansion,
whether it expresses itself in terms of crop values, of bank deposits or
of credit expansion. We will do well if we recognize that we will face
our gravest problem when the period of contraction comes, when prices
and wages move toward a normal level. We will do well if we so lay
our course that we may feel that our state banks can feel assured that
their assets will then stand the acid test.
Our problem, therefore, is twofold: First, that we shall direct our
financial resources to the internal development of our state, to the
support of every industry and every activity that lends itself to the
growth and strength of California— that we shall place back of our food
production the financial strength that alone can guarantee its increase,'
but that we shall do all those things in an orderly far-seeing fashion,
that the values that we accept today and the forces we set at work today
shall survive the readjustment of tomorrow.



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9

That our banks in California desire to do these things I have every
confidence; that they shall be enabled to do these things requires that
we shall place, at their disposal every facility of sound regulation and
every bit of sound information within our command.
L IQ U ID ASSETS

IN OUR SAVING S BANKS.

There have been times in the history of this department when its
working relations with other financial agencies, particularly with the
agencies of the federal government, have not been the most harmonious.
Since my incumbancy I have made it a point to extend the cooperation
of this department to the Federal Reserve Bank on the one hand and
the national banking organization on the other.
It is my pleasure to say that we have established the most cordial
personal and working relations with both these federal departments, to
the end that the information and resources of each of us are common
to all of us. A house divided against itself can not stand, and in the
finances of California the functions of those three departments are so
inextricably intermingled that this cooperation is essential.
The increase in our bank resources has tremendously widened the
field for investment; and the changed conditions have affected the
character of these investments. For example:
At the close of the fiscal year June 30, 1919, there was an aggregate
of $428,233,357.17 of loans in the savings banks, an increase over the
preceding year of $2,312,561.12. There was, however, an increase of
$54,908,286.34 in investments in bonds, warrants and other securities*
the total investment of the preceding year being $170,747,006.58 and
that of the current year being $225,655,292.92.
This enormous accretion in bond holdings is dominatingly in-obliga­
tions o f the United States government and discloses the substantial
response of the savings banks of this state to the necessities of war
finance.
During the year the savings banks availed themselves of the privilege
of purchasing bankers’ acceptances and commercial paper granted to
them with the purpose of permitting them to employ idle funds safely
in short time securities and to encourage them in building up a veritable
secondary reserve. The small aggregate of loans must be read therefore
in connection with the faet that the savings banks of the system had
invested $3,027,870.36 in bankers’ acceptances, an increase of $2,066,153.25 over the preceding year and $10,227,810.57 in commercial paper,
an increase of $4,578,058.94 over the preceding year.




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AG RIC U LTU R A L

LANDS

UNDER

BOND.

To meet the need for savings bank investment had been one of the
principal activities o f this department during the last year. During
the period of the war large development enterprises in California were
practically at a standstill. Following the signing of the armistice this
accumulated financial pressure was immediately upon us.
The bond market was very wide and very strong. Millions of people
who had never thought of bond investments prior to the war had become
habitual investors and had the wherewithal with which to buy. There
came, arid there is still with us, a deluge of financing of every kind
through the medium of stocks and bonds. This has been the heyday
of the get-rich-quick promoter and the fake financier. Thanks to an
efficient blue sky law in California and an efficient administration
thereof, the investing public in California has been, in a measure, pro­
tected, but none the less millions of dollars have been invested by our
people in enterprises that can never return their capital.
That out of this maelstrom of paper there should be secured that
which is safe for savings bank investment, has been one of our problems.
Practically all of the big agricultural development projects of interior
California, have applied for certification of their bonds. In each
instance we have made a careful appraisement of values. We have
recognized that there are three ordinary standards for establishing
values and that none of these are today final.
(a) Original costs to the present holders of agricultural lands'do not
Establish their value because of the tremendous increase in values in
the last few years.
(b) Selling prices of these lands in subdivisions or of similar lands
in the same locality do not establish values that may be accepted five
years hence.
(c) Capitalizing the demonstrated earning power of these lands in
these days of abnormal prices for every food product does not establish
a valuation upon which a long-term bond may be based.
W e have therefore tried to secure from among these projects for
savings bank purposes, those issues predicated upon properties that
represent the best we have in California; that are marching forward
progressively toward subdivision, intensive cultivation and the support
of additional units of population and that will appear to demonstrate
an earning capacity to support a sinking fund requirement calculated to
extinguish the principal of the loan within the term of its life.'
We have encouraged the banks subject to our jurisdiction to extend
credit to agricultural activities of every kind— first, in order that our
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land that produces this food is least subject to the hazards of social,
political and financial unrest. We have encouraged the thought that
these loans should be upon a basis of rapid amortization.
V I T A L A M E N D M E N T S TO T H E B A N K ACT.

These conditions were developing conspicuously when the undersigned
assumed the office of Superintendent of Banks. They became the basis
for an intensive discussion with representatives of the Federal Reserve
Bank,-the California Bankers’ Association and other interested financial
agencies. Out of these discussions came the amendments that were
submitted to the last Legislature designed to accomplish these things:
1. To establish a basis upon which our state banks might cooperate
with the federal reserve banks.
2. To broaden the field for safe and profitable investment by our
savings banks.
3. To realize the wonderful opportunities that are within the reach
of California today in developing our foreign trade.
4. To place more accumulations of savings bank assets within reach
of commercial activities and at the same time restrict that extension
within the bounds of safety.
5. To provide for an increasing liquidity in our bank assets.^
These amendments are discussed in detail in the following pages of
this report. 1 have every reason, at this time to feel that their passage
was wise and that their effect will be increasingly beneficial.
At this time I wish to express my sincere appreciation of the courtesies
and cooperation extended to me by the Bankers’ Association through
the medium of its legislative committee and by the Federal Reserve
Bank. With all interested parties represented, we were able to reach a
harmonious conclusion that expressed the best theoretical thought and
practice within the limits of sound state regulation. The thanks of this
department are also due to the members of the Legislature and par­
ticularly to the members of the banking committee in each House to
whom these amendments were presented. The department was accorded
the fullest, most cordial cooperation, to the end that its needs were
fully met without amendment and without controversy.
The amendments adopted were of sweeping scope and have become
operative only within the last few months. In view of this fact and
the further fact that another annual report of this department will be
submitted to you prior to the convening of the next regular session of
the Legislature,' I am purposely refraining from suggesting any addi­
tional legislation at this time. It would seem to be the part of wisdom
to predicate such recommendations only upon a full experiment under
the existing law and to present them at as short a time as possible before
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M IS C E L L A N E O U S S T A T E M E N T .

Because of the amazing increase in deposit liability during the fiscal
period, savings banks found it necessary to increase their capital in the
sum of $422,705.80 and their surplus in the sum of $1,516,905.64.
While the aggregate of sums due from banks increased $8,639,279.85,
that due to banks decreased $121,030.60, disclosing a marked tendency
to liquidation of debts and a very material improvement in these institu­
tions with relation to their position with their correspondent banks.
State banks reported an aggregate of $54,681.18 and national banks
a total of $5,573.02, or a combined sum of $60,254.20 in unclaimed
deposits of more than twenty years’ standing and thus subject to escheat.
State banks reported $520,381.81 and national banks $60,301.58, or a
combined sum of $580,683.39 in unclaimed deposits of more than ten
years but less than twenty years’ standing. These deposits do not
escheat until after the expiration of twenty years.
A t the close of business on June 30, 1919, there were 425 state banks
with 146 branch offices. Of these 84 are commercial banks, 114 are
savings banks, 7 are trust companies, 193 are commercial and savings
departmental banks, 20 are commercial, savings and trust companies,
one is a commercial and trust company and 6 are savings and trust
companies.
During the fiscal year nine new banks and fourteen branch offices
were licensed. Thirty-four applications of a single bank to mhke col­
lections of deposits from school children were granted. Nine banks
extended their activities by adding new departments. Of these three
were commercial departments, five were savings departments and one a
trust department.
Three banks and five branch offices were closed, these results being
accomplished either by sales to going institutions or by consolidations
that give to the communities interested greater and more centralized
banking facilities.
Three banks entered the federal system by conversion. Six banks and
one branch office were sold and four banks became extinct by consolida­
tion. Four banks changed their names.
Thirty -four banks increased their capital stock, while only two
decreased their capitalization. During the year calls for reports of
condition were issued for August 31, 1918, November 1, 1918, December
31, 1918, March 4, 1919, May 12, 1919, and June 30, 1919.
Looking at the situation in its larger aspect, there were two great
problems confronting us in the redrafting o f the California Bank A c t:
First, our financial relations with the world at large as they apply to
the American commercial invasion of the orient and South America;
and, second, the problem of the federal reserve bank as it applies to
state banks in California.



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BA NKS E Q U IP P E D TO C O NTRO L P AC IF IC T R A D E .

California, fronting on the Pacific, the new commercial highway of
the nation, closest to the Orient and withip easy reach of both shores
of South America, is in splendid position to take the cream o f the
Oriental and South American business, formerly held by Germany.
Whether we shall do this will depend very largely upon the character
of financial relations that we establish with those countries, and par­
ticularly upon the character of financing of their buying operations
that we are able to offer.
The Japanese are keenly alive to this situation. Well financed
branches of Japanese current financial organizations have been estab­
lished in California for this specific purpose.
Section 58 of the Bank Act as amended is, we believe, the first comprehepsive and intelligent handling of this situation. Briefly, it pro­
vides that anji. California bank with a capital and surplus of $1,000,000
or more may establish foreign branches or branches in the dependencies
or insular possessions of the United States for the furtherance of the
foreign commerce of this state and of the United States. Second, it
may invest an amount not exceeding in the aggregate ten per centum
of its paid-in capital and surplus in the stock of one or more banks or
corporations chartered or incorporated under the laws of the State of
California and principally engaged in the international or foreign bank­
ing business in a dependency or insular possession of the United States.
Every bank operating foreign branches within the limitations of this
amendment shdll be required to furnish information concerning the
condition of such branches to the Superintendent of Banks upon
demand, and shall be subject to the examination and jurisdiction of the
State Banking Department.
The purpose and effect of this amendment are self-evident.
R E L A T IO N OF S T A T E BA NKS TO F E D E R A L RE S E R V E SYSTEM .

The commanding fact in the history of American finance since the
adoption of the National Bank Act was the enactment of the Federal
Reserve Act. This eventful statute is designed to make impossible the
repetition of money panics, to insure the legitimate expansion of
American credits and to prevent a waste of gold in the reserves of
American banks. ’
None of these purposes has yet found justification in experience.
There has been no occasion for a panic since the Federal Reserve Act
came into being. American commercial credits would have expanded
enormously under war pressure without a federal reserve law, and there
has been no proper demand for rediscounts because there has been an
outpouring of credit. We have not needed to husband our gold because
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not made thrift in its use necessary, and we are now striving with
every energy of financial intelligence to get rid of its burden.
Results of paramount importance have,'however, been attained by the
federal reserve system, and at .the session of the California Legislature
this year it was my duty to urge the adoption of such laws as would
permit the state banks o f California to share in whatever benefits that
might inure in a modernized federal finance.
The Federal Reserve Act has given to the national banking plan an
organization it never before possessed. A unity of administration has
been established in American banks. A tremendous quantity of gold
is under a centralized control, and our foreign trade has received an
unexampled impetus through the expedient of foreign branches of
American banks and the acceptance o f foreign bills.
The situation with relation to the federal reserve banking system does
not lend itself to an academic discussion. Without holding any brief
for the federal reserve idea, and without guaranteeing the future suc­
cess of the federal reserve structure, the fact remains that it is today
the dominant financial note in American finance, and this, if nothing
more, demands the cooperation and support of state banks.
Upon this theory we have proceeded with the amendment of the Bank
Act. W e are all familiar, of course, with the situation that arose in
1917 when the federal reserve banks called for the gold in the hands
of the state banks, and we are familiar with the fact that that call was
answered by the patriotic California banks, entirely in defiance of the
Bank Act o f California and with the acquiescence of the State Banking
Department. The necessity warranted the action then taken, it being
thoroughly understood that it would be the first duty of the Legislature
at its next session to rearrange the situation within the law.
Briefly,, then, the amendments to sections 20, 56, 56a, 62, 67 and 68
provide for the entrance o f state banks into the federal reserve system
as member banks, but still within the jurisdiction of the laws o f this
state and the control o f this department, for the exercise of all rights
and privileges of such state member banks while in the federal reserve
system, and for the general acceptance of the theory of the federal
reserve system and its practical application as expressed in the form of
securities in which a member bank may invest.
Section 67 provides that such a state member bank'may exercise the
vital privilege accorded to a member of a federal reserve bank, namely,
the privilege of rediscount. Upon the theory of the establishment of
a secondary reserve in the form of liquid paper rediscountable on
demand at a federal reserve bank, this section permits a California
member savings bank to invest a total of twenty per centum of its
deposits in commercial paper of two form s: First, a bank acceptance
uttered by a bank with a paid-in capital of at least $1,000,000, this



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arbitrary capitalization being established for this purpose on the theory
that a million dollar bank will have a competent credit department and
a smaller bank may not; and, second, in ordinary commercial paper
of a character specifically described in this section arising out of an
actual commercial transaction, with a maturity of not more than six
months, and upon a current statement showing a relationship of at least
two to one as between quick assets and quick liabilities, including in
liabilities at face value all contingent liabilities. Generally speaking,
these are the definitions established to determine the eligibility of paper
for rediscount with the federal reserve bank, although the federal
reserve bank reserves the right to pass upon each piece of paper when
presented.
In a word, this permits the member bank to have in its possession
a 20 per cent line of liquid paper that may be converted into_cash in
emergency on demand, and opens our savings banks to a profitable line
of business, while at the same time so characterizes the paper that may
be there handled as to involve no question of hazard within reasonable
limitations.
As a practical proposition, we must recognize the growing competi­
tion between the national banks and the state banks. I f we are to
maintain the integrity of our state banking system, we must meet the
situation as it develops, progressively, sanely and safely. In these
various liberalizing amendments to the California Bank Act, we believe
we have met this situation conservatively and without invalidating any
theory or principle of state regulations. We believe that under this
revised act our banks may go forward serving the communities and the
state in general, in a larger way than they have heretofore served, and
this without forfeiting any elements which have heretofore made for
safety.
As a matter of fact, the entrance o f these banks into the federal
reserve system, giving them the opportunity to establish a secondary
line of reserve which will be a practical help in time of emergency,
entitling" them to the support of the federal reserve system should they
need it, and, finally making them subject to the, critical examination,
not only of this state department but of the Federal Ke&erve Bank
itself, will go a long way toward additional safeguard.
C O M M E R C IA L BANK R E S E R V E S M O D IF IE D TO M E E T F E D E R A L LAW.

The amendments to the Bank Act, which became operative on July 22,
1919, are of such moment that it is necessary particularly to charac­
terize them and to suggest their application in the banking system of
the state.
Section 5 of the Bank Act is amended so as to enlarge the definition
of commercial banking to include a capacity by commercial banks in
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cities of a population not greater than 5000 persons to act as the agent
for any fire, life or other insurance company authorized by the author­
ities of the State of California to do business in this state. Such agency
shall be regulated by rules to be prescribed by the Superintendent of
Banks. The section is changed in this fashion to permit commer­
cial banks in the state system to compete upon an equality with national
banks in the same locality. The amendment is of identical phrasing
with an amendment to section 5202 of the Revised Statutes of the
United States adopted as of date September 7, 1916, and made part of
the National Bank Act. Contingent liabilities involved in such agency
are removed absolutely.
Section 8 is revised to remedy a conflict that existed as between this
section and section 290a of the Civil Code. The last named section was
amended in 1917 so as to eliminate the requirement of the affidavit of
the organizers of a banking corporation with reference to the paid-in
capital thereof. Section 8 continued, however, to demand this require­
ment, and the elimination of this feature of section 8 is the only
purpose of the correction.
Section 16 of the Bank Act was repealed. This section and section
1454 o f the Code o f Civil Procedure were identical in a provision which
granted to certain surviving heirs of a deceased depositor in a bank,
privilege to withdraw from that bank any sum not greater than $1,000
if that sum is the aggregate of all moneys deposited in banks of this
state by the deceased depositor. Section 16 of the Bank Act also gave
authority for joint accounts in savings banks with right of survivor­
ship, but as this was simply declarative of a right of contract it was
not deemed necessary to retain it.
Section 19 of the Bank Act was reformed to release deposits of the
United States and postal savings deposits and deposits of the State of
California, and of any county and municipality in the State o f Cali­
fornia, which are secured as required by law, from the aggregate of
deposit liability against which capital must be maintained in the com­
mercial and savings banks of this state. The fact that these public
deposits are secured, makes it unnecessary to require a double security
by adding \o th e. collateral pledged by the bank for the deposits an
increase in capital of the bank. The purpose of the amendment is to
relieve state banks, without in any sense lessening their responsibility
in capital, from a burden which the national laws do not require from
national banking associations.
The revision of section 20 of the Bank Act is the first of a series of
amendments intended to bring the banks of the state system into relation­
ship, established by membership in federal reserve banks, with the
federal system. The scheme o f reserves as fixed in the Bank Act of
California is not in any way invaded or impaired. The amendment



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assumes two forms: First, to permit the carrying of reserves on hand
in any money or currency authorized by the laws, of the United States;
and, second, to allow any bank in the state to carry any or all of its
reserves, either those on hand or those on deposit, in a federal reserve
bank. A primary consideration is to empower such banks as become
members of the federal reserve bank of the twelfth district to carry
reserves established by the Federal Reserve Act for all member banks
in lieu of the reserves demanded by the Bank Act of California. The
amendment enables any bank under the jurisdiction of the laws of
California, whether a member of the federal bank or not, to contribute
its gold to the federal reserve banks without a violation o f our state
law, and the change will also give full freedom to all of the banks in
the state to avail themselves of the privilege of entering the federal
reserve system as state member banks.
C O O PERATION B E T W E E N S T A T E A N D F E D E R A L S U P E R V IS IO N .

Section 21a of the Bank Act is amended to establish new limitations
within which commercial banks in the state system may borrow money.
The change is intended to restrict this capacity to prevent inflation,
unwise and unwarranted broadening of activities and the dangers
involved in operating on borrowed money. The amendment maintains
all of these restrictions, but enlarges the power of commercial banks to
rediscount with a federal reserve bank such notes, drafts, bills of
exchange and loans to the same extent as is granted by national law
to national bank members of the federal system. The amendment is
necessary to place banks in the state system on a parity of indulgence
with their competing national bank members. There is granted also
authority to state commercial banks to borrow any amount for the pur­
pose o f buying from the United States, United States bonds, United
States Treasury certificates or notes or obligations .of the United States.
Th>s is to give state banks opportunity to play their proper part in the
financing of national obligations.
‘ Section 37 of the Bank Act is revised in two vital relationships. The
first permits any bank, with the previous written consent of the Super­
intendent of Banks, to purchase or otherwise acquire and hold the whole
or any part of the capital stock of not more than one trust company
organized and existing under the laws of this state, if that purchase
shall not exceed 25 per cent of the capital and surplus of such bank,
and also allows any bank, with the previous consent of the Superin­
tendent of Banks, to purchase the whole or any part of the capital stock
of not more than one corporation authorized and empowered to conduct
a safe deposit business. The change is intended to strengthen our trust
companies and also to indulge smaller banks in a desire to participate
in the profits of those companies. Care is taken, however, to prevent



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any commercial or savings bank from engaging in a title insurance
company.
Tbe amendment to section 43 of the Bank Act is a minor one designed
to except a federal reserve bank from the necessity of being either
nominated by a depositary bank or designated by the Superintendent
of Banks as a reserve depositary for funds of any bank in the state
system. It is assumed that any federal reserve bank, in which the banks
cf California may deposit, does not require such a designation as is
demanded for other banking institutions.
Section 48a is a new section. Its purpose is to make effective the
national law which gives the right to national banking associations to
conduct a trust department in connection with their commercial banking
business. The federal law places upon the state in which a national
association desires to indulge fiduciary functions, the burden of making
operative the provisions of the national statute. Section 48a therefore
provides that the Superintendent of Banks shall have authority to
perform for national associations, which are authorized to conduct a
trust department in this state, such service as is demanded by the Bank
Act for state trust companies. The expense of this service is to be
determined by the Superintendent o f Banks and to be paid by the
national association receiving it. Eight national banks have accepted
the privilege granted.
Section 56 o f the Bank Act is changed so as to make more explicit the
statement of conditions under which state banks may become ihembers
of the federal reserve bank of the twelfth district. Such state banks
remain fully within the government of state law, but they are given
capacity to contribute the capital required for membership from any of
their three departments, commercial, savings or trust. The Superin­
tendent of Banks is authorized to supply the federal reserve board,
federal reserve bank examiners, duly appointed by the federal reserve
board, or the federal reserve bank, copies of all examinations made by
the Superintendent of Banks and he may disclose to the officials named
any information with reference to the condition of affairs of state bank
members. He may also accept the examination of the federal reserve
bank of the twelfth district in lieu of the examination required under
the provisions of the Bank Act. The amendment is a highly desirable
one as it gives to the Superintendent of Banks opportunity to fortify
bis own investigations by those of an independent and competent
analyst. The result, in effect, is a double examination of each state
bank in each year where one was only possible. The amendment is
essentially constructive legislation, valuable to, the banks and allimportant to the depositing public.
Although the Bank Act was amended in 1913 to give authority to
state banks to become members of any federal reserve bank that might



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be created by the national Congress only four state banks, possessing
aggregate assets of $9,195,520.38, availed themselves of this privilege
prior to the close of the fiscal year 1918-1919.
Immediately following the amendments to the Bank Act that became
effective on July 22, 1919, and the object of which was to make attrac­
tive to our banks membership in the federal reserve system, four banks,
with aggregate assets of $128,381,964.24, were granted membership.
There are now pending before the federal authorities the applications
of ten more banks having total assets of $286,873,886.55. Very shortly
therefore eighteen state banks, with combined assets of $424,451,371.13,
will be members of the federal reserve bank of the twelfth district.
The figures herein used are representative of the assets of banks as
recorded on September 12, 1919.
PR O T EC T IO N

TO SAVING S DEPOSITORS
S T A T E BANKS.

UPON

C O NVER SIO N

OF

Section 56a is a new section and is one of the important changes in
the Bank Act. It is introduced to insure the right of every state bank
to convert into a national association if it so desires, but such conversion
in the case of a savings bank or o f a departmental bank having a savings
department can be accomplished only under such conditions as will
advise every depositor in the savings bank or in the bank having a
savings department of the character of the change which takes place by
conversion. Coincident with the application of a state bank to convert,
notice of such intention shall be given to the Superintendent of Banks.
Before such conversion is effected, such savings bank or departmental
bank having a savings department shall place in the hands of the Super­
intendent o f Banks a constructive notice for newspaper publication,
directed to its savings depositors, of the fact of conversion and an
actual notice, addressed to each and every savings depositor at his or
her last known address, enclosed in a stamped and addressed envelope
ready for mailing, advising said depositor that the bank has ceased to be
under the jurisdiction and direction of the California State Banking
Department and the Bank Act of California and is now under the juris­
diction and control of the Federal Reserve Act andrthe National Bank
Act. Both of these notices are made effective after the conversion; one
by publication and the other by mailing by the Superintendent of
Banks. Such a statute was made possible by an amendment to section
5154 of the Revised Statutes of the United States, which in its new
expression becomes section 8 of the Federal Reserve Act and provides
that the conversion o f a state bank into a national association shall not
be in contravention of state law. Prior to this amendment to the
federal statute any state bank, without any sanction from the state
government, could convert and its savings deposits would be carried



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by operation of law into a national association. Section 56a. gives to
every savings depositor in the state system the right of determining
whether or not he shall remain as a depositor under state jurisdiction
or as a depositor under national law.
Section 58 of the Bank Act is a new section and its character and
import have already been discussed.
Section 61 of the Bank A ct was also improved in several major
aspects. This section is the governing section o f the Bank Act for
savings bank investments. It is one of the most critically established
laws in any state in the union, and the changes that have been made are
designed to fortify>the regulations governing investments by savings
banks. Savings banks are given a new privilege to invest in bonds or
interest-bearing notes or obligations of England or the United Kingdom
of Great Britain and Ireland or France or the Dominion of Canada
or those for which the faith and credit of any one or more of said
countries are pledged for the payment o f principal and interest, and
also bonds or interest-bearing notes or obligations of any other foreign
country or government which shall first have been approved in writing
by the Superintendent of Banks. The law governing investments by
savings banks in notes or bonds secured by real estate is also
strengthened to prevent any of the hazards which may follow locality
optimism or the speculative indulgence of real estate promoters.
Section 61a of the Bank Act, which is the •
section providing for
certification of savings bank investments by the Superintendent of
Banks, is amended to give to the Superintendent of Banks power to.
extend or .renew his certificate of eligibility of bonds of savings banks
without requiring an application from any corporation issuing the
bonds or of any person interested in them. This change was required
because as soon as the bonds are certified and have become investments
in savings banks the issuing corporation loses all interest in the bond,
which at the expiration o f a fixed period ceases to be eligible. The
amendment is intended to protect savings banks in the continued
holding of such bonds.
E F F E C T I V E L I Q U I D I T Y W I T H S A F E T Y G R A N T E D TO SAVING S BANKS.

Section 62 of the Bank Act, which governs, restricts and guards
borrowing by savings banks, was also amended. The section is liberal­
ized to permit savings banks, to the extent o f their capital and surplus,
to rediscount such assets as they may possess with a federal reserve bank
and to borrow in any amount to buy from the United States, United
States bonds, United States Treasury certificates or notes or obligations
of the United States. The first amendment is designed to make abso­
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offers a suggestion of assistance to the federal government without
impairing the character of the savings bank.
Section 65 o f the Bank Act, the statute which establishes the limita­
tions upon any relationship as between the bank, its officers, directors,'
agents or employees, is revised to provide that by and with the consent
of the. Superintendent o f Banks previously obtained in writing, all
directors may vote upon a loan made by one bank to another bank
where the entire capital stock of one is owned by or is held in trust for
the stockholders of the other bank and where all or a majority of the
board of directors of each of said banks are composed of the same
persons. This amendment is designed to obviate unnecessary obstacles
which the section raised as against certain transactions which may be of
benefit to both of the banks concerned. Another amendment to the
section makes it possible for a savings bank to loan to any director,
other than an officer, directly or indirectly, and to an ggent or employee
c f a savings bank upon the security of United States bonds, United
States Treasury certificates or interest-bearing notes or obligations of
the United States or those for which the faith and credit of the United
States are pledged for repayment of principal or interest or those issued
under authority o f the United States. Borrowing by officers, directors,
agents or employees in savings banks is strictly restricted and very
carefully supervised, but the liberalization of the section in no way
creates an injurious influence in the bank as the security for the loan
is beyond question.
The amendment to section 67 of the Bank Act is one of the most
important of the changes in the banking statute of the state. Cali­
fornia was the first of the American states to permit its savigs banks to
invest a certain proportion o f their assets in liquid form, namely, in
bankers3 acceptances and commercial paper of a class that is considered
by leading financial experts and bankers of the United States to be of
such a grade that it is practically equivalent to cash. This law became
operative in 1917 and restricted our savings ba-nks to a limit of 10 per
cent of their deposits in short time paper. With the advent of the
federal reserve system th e^ eed of state banks to possess a greater
amount of liquid assets eligible and acceptable for rediscount by the
federal reserve bank of the twelfth district and thus to have at com­
mand an actual secondary reserve was apparent and the limit of
investment by savings banks in liquid, short time assets was raised by
the amendment this year to 20 per cent of the deposit liability of the
bank. All of this 20 per cent may be invested in bankers’ acceptances
which bear a low rate of interest; but no more than 12£ per cent may
be invested in commercial paper. The character o f this commercial
paper has the endorsement o f the federal reserve board itself and is
introduced in our system to give to our savings banks opportunity to



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rediscount with the federal reserve bank of the twelfth district at such
times as they may need. The amendment is of first importance and is
one of the series necessary to the full enjoyment of the privileges and
protection of the federal reserve system by banks in California. The
leading authorities in the financial world consider that such a modifica­
tion of the Savings Bank Act is of vital moment in protecting savings
banks from danger, if not from disaster. Three of the conservative
and powerful states of the Union, New York, Connecticut and Massa­
chusetts, have followed the lead o f California in this direction. Sec­
tion 67 is also modified to harmonize its provisions with the alterations
made in section 61 relating to loaning and investment by savings banks.
Section 68 of the Bank Act, which relates to the reserves which must
be maintained by savings banks, is revised to permit the profitable
admission of savings banks in the State of California into the federal
reserve system. All savings banks now may place their reserves, or
any part of their reserves, in the federal reserve bank of the twelfth
district, but member banks must carry as reserves on hand 2 per cent
in addition to the amount demanded by the Federal Reserve Act for
time deposits.
C O N T R O L OVER C R E A T IO N OF BA NKS R EST O R ED TO D E P A R T M E N T .

Section 70 is a new section qualifying every savings bank to receive
as depositary or as bailee for safekeeping and storage, Liberty bonds
or other bonds or securities issued by the United States government for
war purposes or otherwise. The enormous acquisition of Liberty bonds
by the public has created a real situation as to their safekeeping and
steps are being taken in every state to afford some protection as against
theft and loss.
Section 80 of the Bank Act, which is the governing section for loans
made by commercial banks, is changed so that loans to any director,
other than an officer, directly or indirectly, or to any agent or employee
of a commercial bank may be made without limit on the security of
United States bonds, United States Treasury certificates or interestbearing notes or obligations of the UnitedBStates or those for which the
faith and credit of the United States are pledged for repayment of
principal and interest or those issued under authority of the United
States. The amendment was adopted upon the theory that such
security as is offered by the interest-bearing obligations of the United
States offers no hazard to the banks accepting them.
Section 90 of the Bank Act is modified simply with that reference
which seeks to provide a continuity of the trust relationships estab­
lished by existing trust companies before they entered the federal
reserve system.




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23

Section 123 of the Bank Act is changed to increase the appropriation
required for the conduct of the State Banking Department to $110,000
a year or as much less as may be necessary properly to administer the
banks through the agencies of supervision and visitation. An increase
in the revolving fund, which is directly under authority of the Superin­
tendent of Banks, is made from $500 to $2,000. The opinion of both
bankers and the State Banking Department is that these amendments
are demanded for an adequate government of the banks. These institu­
tions have expanded enormously within the last few years in assets and
liabilities and the requirements of supervision have become very much
greater than when the original fund was established.
Section 124 of the Bank A ct is amended to provide that whenever the
Superintendent of Banks may deem that a bank requires extraordinary
or extra attention and examination he may have authority to charge at
the rate of $20 a day for such examination for the main office and for
each branch office of the institution. He was formerly restricted to a
charge o f , $20 a day for an extraordinary examination of a bank
irrespective of the number of its branch offices. The extension of
branch offices has made the amendment essential.
Section 131 of the Bank Act is changed to make coincident at least
three of the called reports demanded by the Superintendent of Banks
with the called reports ordered by the Comptroller of the Currency.
This is intended to give wider and more critical and intimate informa­
tion from the point of view of state supervision.and that o f national.
The amendment to section 142 of the Bank Act insures that none of
the records'of the State Banking Department shall be deemed to be
public documents nor shall any o f such records be open to the inspection
of the public. This protection has become vital because of the endeavors
of ill-advised or ill-disposed persons to obtain information of the con­
dition of banks from the State Banking Department. The relationship
between the department and the banks is a confidential one and all of the
records must be confidential records. The amendment in no way
restricts nor attempts to limit the right of the courts to exercise such
control over the banks in evidenciary matters as they now possess.
When the Corporate Securities Act was amended in 1917, an uninten­
tional conflict between it and the Bank Act was introduced. Con­
siderations of the highest moment had prompted a change in the law
to place exclusively within the jurisdiction and discretion of the
Superintendent of Banks the organization as well as the licensing of
state banks. The control of the Superintendent of Banks over the
creation of banking corporations was taken away by the change in the
Corporate Securities Act in 1917, but it was restored by the Legislature
at its session this year.




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C A L IF O R N IA ’S C O N T R IB U T IO N TO T H E GOLD HOAR D OF T H E UN IO N .

One of the most interesting features o f the functioning of California
banks during the fiscal year that closed June 30, 1919, was the splendid
response made by our financial institutions to the appeals of the federal
government to give up all available gold that its credit structure,
already enormous in its proportions, might be maintained to meet any
need, even the most exacting, of wartime finance. This response was
made in violation of our law under the spur of a patriotic appeal.
The importunities of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco for
gold during this period were insistent. This department gave its hearty
dooperation and the banks generously met the appeal. A t the begin­
ning of the fiscal year the. commercial banks and the commercial
departments of departmental banks held $13,932,092.26 in gold, gold
certificates which are warehouse receipts for gold,, and United States
notes, which have an underlying security of one-third gold. At the
close o f the fiscal year our commercial banks and commercial depart­
ments of departmental banks held in gold, gold certificates and United
States notes $8,150,768.73, a decrease of $5,781,323.53 during the year.
A t the beginning of this fiscal period the savings banks and savings
departments o f departmental banks held $12,958,838 in gold, gold
certificates and United States notes. A t the end of the fiscal year the
savings banks and savings departments of departmental banks held
$4,981,568.87, a decrease during the year of $7,977,269.13. The total
decrease in the holdings of gold, gold certificates and United States
notes in both savings and commercial institutions of the state was
$13,758,592.66.A t the commencement of the fiscal year 1918-1919 the commercial
banks and commercial departments of departmental banks in the state
system held $8,508,610.33 in currency, other than gold certificates and
United States notes, and in silver and minor coins. At the close of the
period these institutions held in currency other than that representing
gold, $15,965,940.14, an increase during the year of $7,457,329.81, most
of which is federal reserve notes.
A t the beginning of the fiscal year under consideration the savings
banks and savings departments of departmental banks held in currency
and in silver and minor coins, excluding gold certificates and United
States notes, $6',988,742.91. At the close of the fiscal year the savings
banks and savings departments of departmental banks held in the same
mediums $14,497,215.81, an increase during the year of $9,515,646.94,
the major part of which is in federal reserve notes. The total increase
in the possession of both savings and commercial banking institutions of
the state in currency, other than that reflective of gold, during the year
was $16,972,976.75.




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25

On June 30, 1919, our state banks possessed $13,147,927.60 in gold,
gold certificates and United States notes. In a year their holdings had
been reduced one-half, a very commendable performance when we con­
sider the great preference the people of the state have for gold. The
distribution of the present holdings is as follows: Commercial banks and
^commercial departments of departmental banks, $8,150,768.73; savings,
banks and savings departments of departmental banks, $4,981,568.87;
trust companies and trust departments of departmental banks, $15,590.
The Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco continues to ask of our
banks full contribution of their gold, but I very seriously doubt the
wisdom of increasing the gold reserve of the federal banking system
and thus contributing to the potentialities of an inflated credit condition
against which the federal reserve board has itself sounded the most
emphatic warning.
It is not conceivabk that we shall require in times of peace a credit
expansion greater than was sufficient in times of war. Cheap money,
low rates of interest and high reserves, centralized in the federal reserve
system, are the inspiration for high costs and prices, speculation and
stock gambling
The legitimate occupation o f the federal reserve system is to insure
a positive reserve of credit all the time and not to maintain constantly
a new reservoir of credit to be called upon whether it be needed or not.
The credit organization of the federal reserve system must inevitably
contract under peace conditions.
Federal borrowing is decreasing and war paper in our banks will,
with measurable rapidity, be paid off and retired. As this occurs
private borrowing will decrease. The liabilities of the federal reserve
system will become less as the return to normal peace levels of trade is
accomplished.
The percentage of gold reserve of the federal reserve banks will then
increase. The need of the federal reserve system for the gold in our
banks will abate as I assume that even the most optimistic conception of
our trade under peace conditions does not involve or imply the same
gigantic credit edifice which was compelled by war finance.
L A Z Y L IQ U ID A T IO N

BEING H A S T E N E D TO A CO NCLUSIO N.

There are seven state banks in the possession of the Superintendent
of Banks and in process o f liquidation. Six of these institutions have
pursued for several years a lazy course toward the final conclusion of
their affairs. Delays caused by minor and inconsequential considera­
tions have impeded the final steps in closing these defunct banks and I
am using every possible legal expedient to expedite the disposition of
their remaining assets and to end their long continued and needlessly
expensive existence.



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REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

One of these banks, Union Savings Bank of Santa Rosa, is of
immediate concern to the general public. Its doors were closed by the
Superintendent of Banks on September 30, 1918. This bank had the
same officers, directors and stockholders as the Santa Rosa National
Bank, which, on that day, was ordered by the federal authorities to
. suspend. The business of each institution was so intimately and danger­
ously interwoven with the other that the collapse o f the national bank
demanded the suspension of the affiliated state bank simply as a measure
of precaution to protect the depositors of the Union Savings Bank.
"When I assumed the duties o f Superintendent of Banks I discovered
that the notice to creditors of Union Savings Bank was fatally defective.
A new publication of three months was necessary, but notwithstanding
this unfortunate delay I am pleased to report that I have been able to
pay two dividends, aggregating eighty per cent, to depositors, within a
year from the closing o f the bank.
This expedition in connection with the payment of depositors in a
defunct bank is without a parallel in the history of the department. I
am gratified also to advise you that the depositors of Union Savings
-Bank will be paid in full even if claims, that I have for proper reasons
rejected, be included, by court decision, in the ultimate aggregate. The
first dividend to depositors, of sixty per cent, was declared on May 14,
] 919, and the second, of twenty per cent, on September 16, 1919.
Of the remaining six banks in liquidation I have fihe following to
report:
I paid a final dividend of 1.9 per cent on March 31, 1919, to the
depositors o f the Japanese Bank of Sacramento. Liquidation will be
closed as soon as a report is made to the State Controller. This bank
has been in liquidation for ten years, since October 13, 1909.
A final dividend of 2 per cent was declared on August 25, 1919, to
the creditors of Union State Bank, a corporation formerly operating in
San Francisco. Final report to the State Controller will be made on
February.25, 1920, and the liquidation closed. This bank has been in
the possession of the Superintendent o f Banks since July 17, 1909.
I am now prepared to present an application to the Superior Court
o f California for permission to pay a final dividend of 3.25 per cent to
the depositors of the State Savings and Commercial Bank, formerly of
San Francisco. Upon the payment of this dividend the concluding'
incidents of liquidation will quickly be accomplished. This bank has
been in the hands of the Superintendent of Banks since July 17, 1909.
The liquidation of Kimmon Ginko, a Japanese bank formerly doing
business in San Franeisco with branch offices in Los Angeles and Yoko­
hama, is practically finished. Two small parcels of realty owned by the
bank are to be sold and this will be done shortly. This bank has dragged
its way toward dissolution since March 29, 1909.



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

I expect to close the affairs of the Japanese American Bank within
six months. Several suits have obstructed the conclusion, but they will
be prosecuted with energy. This bank has been in control of the
Superintendent of Banks since October 18, 1909.
Much progress has been made during the year in hastening the final
liquidation of Kern Valley Bank. Litigation has received needed atten­
tion, certain valuable properties have been acquired and negotiations
are under way for the advantageous sale of some of the assets of the
bank. Decisions upon two important suits are awaited. This bank has
been in the possession of the Superintendent of Banks since May
12, 1911.
I was compelled to close Bank of Perris on April 13, 1919. The con­
trolling stockholder of this institution had sold his stock in the bank
to an adroit rascal who made the purchase that he might loot the corpo­
ration of its liquid assets. He paid nothing for the stock and absconded
with a sum approximately equal to the capital and surplus of the bank.
I took possession of the institution, set in motion proceedings to cancel
all outstanding stock and levied an assessment equal to the loss. The
controlling stockholder, fortified by public citizens interested in the
welfare of the bank, repaired the loss and on July 17, 1919, I permitted
the bank to reopen its doors. It has resumed its life under conditions
that give assurance of its continued usefulness in a community which
very generously has given its confidence under circumstances the most
trying.
Appended hereto and made a part of this report are the following:
1. Summary of condition o f every state bank.
2. List of new banks and branch offices.
3. Name and compensation of each person employed and the whole
amount of receipts and disbursements of the department during the
fiscal year.
4. Names of banks placed in the hands of the Superintendent of Banks
in process of liquidation and the amount of dividends paid thereon.
5. Miscellaneous changes in banks.
6. Reports of deposits in state and national banks unclaimed for more
than twenty years.
7. Reports of deposits in state and national banks unclaimed for more
than ten years.
.8. Banks authorized to make collection of savings from school
children.
9. Tabulated statements of condition of banks.
This report has attained its end only if it has given you an adequate
conception of the tremendous growth, the potential power, the inherent
virility of the state banks of California; that the glorious potentialities
of our state will be adequately met by the actualities of her banks; that



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with a full knowledge of the problems of reconstruction and of readjust­
ment that surround our present and future, our banks are going forward
progressively but sanely, playing their full part in the readjustment
and development, but playing it within the limits of sound finance.
We realize that today’s statement is for today. We realize that we
are afloat on a current whose destination no man knows.
If, in the future as in the past, we shall bring to bear upon these
problems the combined vision, thought and experience of all the agencies
interested in their solution, then the state banks of California need have
no fear, come what may.
To this end every resource of the State Banking Department of Cali­
fornia is Ijeing directed.
Yours very truly,




CHARLES P. STERN,
Superintendent of Banks.




STATEMENTS.




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2.

“ THE HIBERNIA SAVINGS AND LOAN SO CIETY/’
SAN FRANCISCO.
Incorporated September 6, 1864.

Offlcers-^E. J. T obin, President; J. 0 . Tobin, Vice-President; R. M. T obin, Secretary and Treasurer.
Directors—A lfred R. Kelly, R. M. T obin, D. J. Buckley, E dw ard J. T obin, Clement P . T obin,
Joseph O. T obin, Joseph A. Oliver, Cyril R. T obin, Chas. W . Clark, T hos. A. Driscoll.

S tatem ent of June 30, 1919.
R esou rces—

Loans and discounts__________________________________
O v e r d r a fts -------------------------------------------------------------------B onds, w arrants and other securities------------------------Bank premises, furniture and fixtures________________
Safe deposit vaults----------- ----------------------- -------------------Other real estate owned_______________________________
Due from reserve banks---------------------------- ------- -----------Due from other banks--------------------------------------------------A ctual cash on hand— ----------------------------------------------Exchange f o r clearing house----------------- ,---------------------Checks and other cash items____________________ ____
Other resou rces_______________________________________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)________________________
Notes, drafts, or bills o f exchange (lim ited)_________
T ota ls___ ____ _____ _____________ ___________ - ........ —

Commercial

Savings -

___________ $31,031,617 65
------------------ ----------------------------------- 33,501,597 97
___________
965,623 90
--------------------------------- ___________
1,330,150 00
------------------ .2,657,926 82
--------------------------------------------------560,360 96-----------------43,686 08
___________
914 35
. . . ________
617,796 67
___________
...--------------___________
___________
___________

$70,709,674 40

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in............. — ............
S u rp lu s........ ......................... ......... .........
;axes paid_____
Undivided profits, less expenses and 1
Other existing profits, collected, b u t rlot in undivided
profits a c c o u n t ____________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f d eposit representing m oney b o r r o w e d )__________
Notes re d is co u n te d ........ ——........ ........
Deposits, due t o banks_______________
Dividends u n p a id __ _________________
Individual deposits subject to ch eck ..
Savings d e p o s its _____ i ______________
Demand certificates o f deposit----------Time certificates o f deposit__________
Certified c h e ck s _____ _____ __________
Cashier’s c h e c k s _____________________
State, cou n ty and municipal deposits
P osta l savings deposits..........................
Other liabilities __________ _____ ____
T ota ls_______________________ _____ ___________ _______

3-48942




2,616,118 34

67,264,465 56

829,099 50
___________

$70,709,674 40

Combined

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4.

SAVINGS UNION BANK AND TRUST COMPANY.
SAN FRANCISCO.
Incorporated June 18, 1862.

Officers—John S. Drum, Presid n t; G. D. G r:enw ood, Vice President; C. O. G. Miller, Vice President?
R. B. Burmister, Vice President, Treasurer and Cashier; R. M. Welch, Secretary; A . M. W hittle,
A ssistant Cashier; R. F. Parsons, A ssistant Cashier; E. V. Krick, A ssistant Cashier; O. F . Mills,
A ssistant Secretary; A. O. McIntyre, Assistant Secretary; W . B. Bakewell, A ssistant Cashier;
W . A. Marcus, Assistant Cashier.
Directors—J ohn S. Drum, G. D. Greenwood, C. O. G. Miller, F. B. Anderson, R. M. W elch, E. C. Burr,
F . W . Bradley, Henry C. Breeden, F. J. C arolan, W . B. Dunning, Vanderlyn Stow , W arren D.
Clark, R alston L. W hite, W illiam H. Crocker, R. B. Burmister, F. D. M adison, Jas. J. F aga n ,
John D. McKee, A rthur A. Smith,- W allace M. Alexander, George A. Newhall.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.

Resources—

Commercial
Savings
Court trusts Private trusts Combined
L oans and discounts____________________ $2,626,663 00 $17,883,052 73 -------------$20,509,715 82
O verdrafts ______________________________
3,328 77 ___________ -------------3,328 77
B onds, warrants and other securities.—
751,574 56 13,418,193 20 $535,868 72 $100,000 00 14,785,936 48
Bank premises, furniture and fixtu res.. ___________
875,000 00 -------------875,000 00
S afe d eposit •vaults--------------------------------- -----------------100,000 00 ---------------- ---------------100,000 00
Other real estate owned_________________
63,299 13
290,944 80 -------------354,243 93
Due from reserve b a n k s.------------------------478,684 92 2,670,378 41
755 92 -------------3,149,819 25
Due from other banks__________________
17,097 05
758,413 73
10,000 00 --------------785,510 78
A ctual cash on hand____________________
358,985 90
511,600 92 -------------870,676 82
Exchanges fo r cl aring house-----------------130,089 85
188,081 67 -------------318,174 52
Checks and other cash item s----------------15,521 61
11,821 41 -------------27,343 02
Other r e s o u r c e s ..............
71,613 89
607,150 60
875 36 .................
679,639 85
___________
1,195,239 25 - ------Bankers acceptances (lim ited)________ _
1,196,289 25
Notes, d ra fts o r bills o f exchange
(limited) -------------------------- ----------------------------------1,807,500 00 -------------1,807,500 00

$1,516,838 77 $10',317,769 72 $527,500 00 $100,000 Q0 $45,462,128 49

T ota ls

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in-----------------------------Surplus ----------------- --------------------------------Undivided profits, less expenses and
taxes paid ____________________________
Other existing profits, collected, b ut
n ot in undivided profits account_____
Bills payable, including certificates o t
d eposit representing m oney borrow ed
Notes rediscounted _____________________
Deposits due to banks___________________
Dividends u n p a i d ________________ _______
Individual deposits su bject to check_
_
Savings deposits _______________________
Demand certificates o f deposit__________
Tim e certificates o f deposit_____________
C rtified checks ------------------. ------------------Cashier’s checks ________________________
Stat"', cou n ty and m unicipal deposits__
P osta l savings deposits_________________
Other lia b ilit ie s --------------------------------------Deposits received from executors, ad­
m inistrators, guardians, receivers, etc.
T ota ls

Trust Resources—
P ersonal
assets
received
from
executors, adm inistrators, assign­
ees, receivers o r trustees--------------T ru st investments:
(a ) Personal prop erty ___________
(b ) Real p r o p e r t y __________ ____
Due fr o m banks_______ :___________

$250,odo 00
250.000 00
12,800 00

$750,006 00 $100,000 00 $160,000 00
1,250,000 00 125,000 00 _________
118,720 37 _________

500.000 00 _____ ______

_________

$1,500,000 00
1,625,000 00

_________

131,520 37

_________

500,000 o
o

44,432 31
112,575 00
3,242,457 29 ___________ _________ __________ 3,242,457 29
________ 37,596,203 65 ___________ _______ _______ 37,596,203 65
'943 75 _________ _______ ____________ ________
943 75
____________
212,633 15 __________ __________
212,633 15
21,957 71 ____________ __________ __________
24,957 71
172,747 71 _______ _____ __________ __________
172,747 71
____________
200,997 26 ........... ................... ............
200,997 26
34,232 31
75 00

10,200 00
112,500 00

__________
______ _____

28,645 00

66,515 29

2,500 00

__________
__________

__________ '

97,660 29

$4,516,858 77 $10,317,769 72 $527,500-00 $100,000 O $45,462,128 49
O
Court trusts

$888,097 95
1,961,042 23
813,560 33
18,282 35

T o ta l __________ „_______________ $3,680,982 86

Trust Liabilities
Personal
assets
received
from
executors, adm inistrators, assign<es, receivers or trustees___ ±____
T rusts held in capacity o f execu­
tor,
adm inistrator,
guardian,
assignee, receiver o r trustee____

Court trusts

$888,097 95

2,792,881 91

T o ta l ---------- --------------------------------- $3,680,982 86

Private trusts, not specially designated as court trusts, are not under Supervision o f State Banking
Department.




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6, 6A, 6B AND 60.

“ THE SAN FRANCISCO SAVINGS AND
LOAN SOCIETY,” SAN FRANCISCO.
Incorporated February 15, 1868

Officers—John A. Buck, President; Geo. Tourny, Vice-President and M anager; E. T . Kruse, VicePresident; A. H . Muller, Secretary; A. H. R. Schmidt, Treasurer, Vice-President and Cashier;
W illiam Herrmann, A ssistant Cashier; W m. D. Newhouse, Assistant Secretary; Charles W .
Heyer, Wm.' O. Heyer and O. F. Paulsen, Branch Managers.
Directors—John A. Buck, Geo. Tourney, I. N. W alter, E. N. V an Bergen, R obert Dollar,
E. T." Kruse, H ugh G oodfellow , A. H . R. Schmidt, A. H aas, L. S. Sherman, E. A . Christensen.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.

Resources—

Commercial

Loans and discounts________________________
O v e rd ra fts ________ _____ _______ ______ ____
Bonds, warrants and other securities______
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures_____
Safe deposit vaults---------------------------------------Other real estate owned______ . _____________
Due from reserve banks_____ ____ __________
Due from other banks______ ______ _________
A ctual cash on hand________________________
Exchanges fo r clearing house_____________ T.
Checks and other cash items_______________
Other resou rces_____________________________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)______________
Notes, d rafts, o r bills o f exchange (limited).

Combined

1,124,750 00

16,897,727 49
1 00

18,022,477 49
1 00

1 00

1 00

1,751,074 39

4,115,675 88

5,866,750 27

8,617 50

206,897 49
565,026 00

215,514 99
565,026 00

—

$4,085,020- 66 $56,424,171 48 $60,509,192 14

Totals.

Liabilities—

Savings

$1,200,578 77 $34,638,842 62 $35,839,421 39

.

C apital stock paid in_______ _____ _____ ____ _________
Surplus ______________ _____________ ____ _____________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid---------Other existing profits collected, but n ot in undivided
profits a c c o u n t ___ T________________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )________________ _________ .

$500,000 00
125,000 00

^500,000 00
2,175,000 00

$ 1 , 000,000 00
2,300,000 00

87,011 92

87,011 92

_______ ____

N o te s r e d i s c o u n t e d ______________________________________

____________

Deposits, due to banks___________________________ ____
Dividends u n p a id _____________________________________
Individual deposits subject to check________________
Savings d e p o s i t s __________ ----------------------------------------Demand certificates o f deposit________________________
Time certificates o f deposit-----------------------------------------Certified eh e c k s ----------------------------------------. . . __________
Cashier’s e h e c k s ____ ' ________________________________
State, cou n ty and municipal deposits________________
P osta l savings deposits—_______ _____________________
Other lia b ilities_______________________________________

1,083,604 52
___________
2,373,446 97
-----------------1,739 50
-----------------1,229 67
___________
___________
_____ ____ _
—_________

T ota ls_____ _______ _____ ________________ i __________

150,375 00
53,492,164 15

1,083,604
150,375
2,373,446
63,492,164
1,739

1,229 67

19,620 41

19,620 41

$4,085,020 66 $56,424,171 48 $60,509,192 14

N o t e .—The above statement includes the business o f branch offices at San F rancisco.
name from the German Savings and L oa n Society July 20, 1918.




52
00
97
15
50

Changed

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7.

“ DONOHOE KELLY BANKING COMPANY."
SAN FRANCISCO.
Incorporated March 2, 1891.

Officers—Joseph A. D onohoe, President; George W hittell, Vice-President; Joh n Ed. F itzpatrick,
Secretary and Cashier; Joseph E. Fitzpatrick, Treasurer; John T . Dispaux, A ssistant Cashier
and A ssistant Secretary.
Directors—Joseph A . D onohoe, Edward L. Eyre, Geo. W hittell, R. H . Pease, Chr. de Gulgne,
Joseph A. D onohoe, Jr., F. P . Cole, J. C. W elsh, A rthur J. Caire, T hos. H . Kelly.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.

Resources

Commercial
Savings
Combined
L oans and discounts______________ - _________ ________
$1,860,645 48
O v e r d r a ft s _______________________________
29,02609
B onds, warrants and other securities----------------------------459,49064
5,874 57
B ank premises, furniture and fixtures__________ 1____
S afe deposit vaults----------------------------------------------------- -----------------Other real estate owned_____________ ________ _________
2 00
Due from reserve banks__________________________________
502,33394
Due from other banks______________________________
23,91168
286,234 65
A ctual cash on hand_______________________________ . . .
E xchanges fo r clearing house______ - __________________
173,367 46
Checks and other cash items____ ' _____________________
9,650 29
Other resou rces------------- ------- --------------------------------------309,603 74
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)----------- . ---------. ---------------------------- j
Notes, d ra fts, or bills o f exchange (lim ited)-------------------------------

T o ta ls ___________________ ____ _______________________

$3,660,140 54

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in--------------------------------------------------Surplus ...................................... ............................ —........ —

$650,000 00

200,000 00

.

U n d iv id ed p r o fits , less expenses a n d ta x e s p a id -----------

27,542 74

..

Other existing profits collected ,'bu t n o t in undivided
profits a c c o u n t ------------------- . -----------------------------------Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )------------------------- ..------------- ,,
Notes red iscou n ted ----------------------------------------------------Deposits, due to b a n k s.— -------------- ----------------------------Dividends u n p a id -------------------- ------------—.........................
Individual deposits subject t o check--------------------------Savings d e p o s its ---------------------------------------------------------Demand certificates o f d eposit----------- 1-----------------------Tim e certificates o f deposit-----------------------------------------Certified ch e ck s ------------------------------------------ -------------—
Cashier’s c h e c k s ----------------------------------------------------------State, cou n ty and m unicipal d e p o s its ............— .........P osta l savings deposits--------------- ----------------------- ------Other lia b ilities------------------------------- -----------------------------

Totals.




..

208,738 99
16,540 00
2,181,126 70
2,663
74,883
3,585
12,532
145,000

61
84
06
80
00

..
___ ,_______
..
-

137,526 80
$3,660,140 54

_.

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REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

8. “ HUMBOLDT SAVINGS BANK.”
SAN FRANCISCO.
Incorporated Novem ber 25, 1869.
Officers—Alexander D. Keyes, President; W illiam H . Crocker, Vice-President; W . A. Frederick,
Vice-President; H . C. Klevesahl, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; P . A. Pflueger, Assistant
Cashier; L. W . Jenkins, Assistant Cashier; A. D. Keyes, A ttorn ey. .
Directors—Jno. G. Sutton, W illiam H . Crocker, W . A. Frederick, G. L. Payne, A. D. Keyes,
R. D. R obbins, W m. Fries, R udolph H erold, Jr., Philip Zimmerman.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.

Resources—
Loans and discounts__________________________________
O v e r d r a ft s ____________________ ~
______________________
B onds, w arrants and other securities________ ______ _
Bank premises^ furniture and fixtures________________
Safe deposit vaults________ ____ _____ :.______________
Other real estate owned________________________ ______
Due from reserve banks______ ____ ___ 1______________
Due from other banks_________ ______________________
A ctual cash o n hand__________________________________
Exchanges fo r clearing house____________ ____ _______
Checks and other cash items______________ ____ ____
Other resou rces_____________________________ _____ ___
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)________________________
Notes, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)_________
Totals.

132,939 30

27,087 45
381,562 14

Combined
$7,074,496 88
160 93
3,531,518 55
1,035,000 00
89,000 00
27,087 45
514,501 44

126,106 85
1,926 00

274,471 12
58,069 93

400,577 97
59,995 93

500,000 00

500,000 00

Commercial

$793,387 41
160 93
374,342 25

Savings
$6,281,109 47
. 3,157,176 30
1,035,000 00

89,000 00

$1,517,862 74 $11,714,476 41 $13,232,339 15

Liabilities—
..Capital stock paid in_________________________________
S u rp lu s________________________________________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid_____
Other existing profits collected, b u t n o t in undivided
profits a c c o u n t ____________________ ____ ___________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )___________________________
Notes red iscou n ted ___________________________________
Deposits, due t o banks________________________________
Dividends u n p a id _____________________________________
Individual deposits subject to check_________________
Savings 'd ep osits______________________________________
Demand certificates o f d eposit________________ ,_______
Time certificates o f deposit_____________ ________ ____
Certified ch e ck s _______________ '-----------------------------------Cashier’s c h e c k s ________ - _________________ - _________
State, cou n ty and municipal deposits________________
Transient collections _______________________________
Other lia b ilitie s ______ ______ _________________________
T o t a ls .




$150,000 00
$750,000 00
$900,000 00
50,000 00
302,000 00
352,000 00
______________________ 21,52479 21,524 79
243 38

3,016 95

___________
27,255 00
1,268,421 51 - ___________
__________
10,295,455 22
43,222 84
.... .........
48,455 00
4,442 57
1,107 00

3,260 33

27,255 00
1,268,421 51
10,295,455 22
43,222 84_
48,455 00
4,442 57
1,107 00

__________

100,000 00

100,000 00

425 44
___________

166,769 45

425 44
166,769 45

$1,517,862 74 $11,714,476 41 $13,232,339 15

36

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

10 AND 10A.

YOKOHAMA SPECIE BANK, LIMITED.
SAN FRANCISCO.
Incorporated in'Japan, February 28, 1880.

Officers—Junnosuke Inouye, President; Yuki Yam akaw a, Vice-President; T. A sano, Secretary;
M.' Tokieda, M anager; S. Dogura, Sub-Manager; H . M ori, A ssistant M anager; K. Kejim a,
Pro-M anager; K. Yam aguchi, Pro-M anager; S. Takagi, Pro-M anager; N oluji Yaragesaw a,
Pro-M anager.
Directors—N agatane Soma, Esq., Riyem on Kimura,. Esq., Yuki Y am akaw a, Esq., Tchunosuke
Kawashima, Esq., Junnosuke Inouye, Esq., Kokiehi Sonada, Esq., R okuro H ara, Esq., M asunosuke Odagiri, Esq., B a ron K oy a ta Iwasaki, K. Tatsum i, E sq.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.

Resources
Loans and discounts__________________________________
O v e r d r a ft s ____________________________________________
B onds, warrants and other securities________________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures________________
Safe deposit v a u lt s ___________________________________
Other real estate owned_______________________________
Due from reserve banks______ _________________________
Due from other banks_________________ ________________
A ctual cash on hand_____________ •
_______ 1___________
Exchanges fo r clearing house_________________________
Checks and other cash items__________________________
Other re s o u rc e s _______________________________________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)________________________
N otes, drafts, or bills o f exchange (lim ited)_________
T o ta ls ________________________________________________

Commercial

___________
___________

Savin'gs
___________
___________
___________
___________
____ _______
___________
___________
___________
___________
-----------------___________
___________
___________
___________

$7,071,519 26

..

$825,000 00
206,250 00
37,423 06

..
..

$5,308,195
1,223
283,679
10,821

90
48
00
94

___________
___________
676,455
229
408 879
319,294

05
47
74
91

___________
62,739 77

Combined
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
-----------------___________
___________
___________
___________

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in_________________________________
Surplus -----------------------------------------------------------------------Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid_______
Other existing profits collected, b ut n o t in undivided
profits a c c o u n t _____________________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )___________________________
Notes rediscounted ___________________________________
Deposits, due t o banks_____ 1_________________________
Dividends u n p a id __________________________
Individual deposits subject to check_________________
Savings d e p o s its ___ : _________________________________
Demand certificates o f deposit________________________
Time eertififcates o f deposit___________________________
Certified ch e c k s ______ .-------------------------------------------------Cashier’s c h e c k s ______________________________________
State, cou n ty and municipal deposits________________
P osta l savings deposits____ __________________________
Other lia b ilities_____________________

___________
719,594 17
952,122 92
1,150,869 55
___________
___________
222,618 46
2,674,332 08
2,207 21
101,447 36
___________
___________
179,654 45

_.

T o ta ls ________________________________________________

$7,071,519 26

___________

N o t e .— The above statement includes the business o f a branch office at L o s Angeles.




.

37

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

11.

SECURITY SAVINGS BANK.
SAN FRANCISCO.
Incorporated March 4, 1871.

Officers—S. L. A b b ot, President and M anager, John F. B rooke, Vice-President and Treasurer;
Edward D. Oakley, Secretary.
Directors—S. L. A b b ot, H a rry B abcock, John F . B rooke, J os. D. Grant, J. A. Donohoe,
L. F. Monteagle, E. J. McCutchen, R H . Pease, J a cob Stern.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.

Resources—
Loans and discounts-------- ---------------------------- ..............—
O v e r d r a fts ...................------------------- ------------------------------B onds, warrants and other securities--------------------------B apk premises, furniture and fixtures-------------------Safe deposit vaults----------------------- ---------- --------------------Other real estate owned_______________________ -----------Due from reserve banks_______________________________
Due from other banks________________________________
A ctual cash on hand-------------- ------------------------------------Exchanges fo r clearing house_________________________
Checks and other cash items_________________________
Other resou rces_______________________________________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)------------------------------------Notes, drafts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)--------------

Commercial

___________

Combined

Savings

$2,991,787 84
1,646,400 00
150,000 00
55,500
175,033
1,040
135,508

00
82
52
78

2,076 03
35,788 00

$5,193,134 99

Totals.

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in_________________________________
S u rp lu s________________________________________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid_____
Other existing profits collected, b u t n ot in undivided
profits a c c o u n t ___________ _____ ___ _______________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )___________ ________________
Notes rediscounted ___________________________________
Deposits, due to banks____ _____ ______________________
Dividends u n p a id __________________________ ________ —
Individual deposits subject to cheek_________________
Savings deposits_______________________________________
Demand certificates o f deposit__________ '_____________
Time certificates o f deposit------------------- ---------- -----------Certified c h e c k s ________________ J
________________ ____
Cashier’s c h e c k s ______________________________________
State, cou n ty and municipal deposits________________
P osta l savings deposits-----------------------------------------------Other lia b ilitie s _______________________________________
T o t a ls .




___________
___________
___________

$500,000 00
135,000 00
272,649 13

___________

10,231 50

___________
___________
___________
-----------------___________
___________
___________
-----------------___________
___________
___________
-----------------___________

___________
___________
___________
-----------------___________
4,263,559 26

___________
-----------------___________
___________
___________
-----------------11,695 10
$5,193,134 99

___________
________ T
—
___________
-----------------___________
-----------------___________
-----------------___________
___________
___________
------------------------ -----------

38

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

12.

‘ ‘ FRENCH-AMERICAN BANK OF SAVINGS.”
SAN FRANCISCO.
Incorporated February 1, I860.

Officers—L. Bocqueraz, President; I . M. Dupas, Vice-President; A. B ousquet, Secretary;
W . F. Duffy, Treasurer and Cashier; J. Irillarry,-Assistant Cashier and A ssistant Secretary.
Directors—Geo.- Beleney, J. A. B ergerot, S. Bissinger, L. B ocqueraz, O. B ozio, C. C arpy,
J. M. Dupas, JL S. Godeau.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.

Resources—

Commercial

L oa n s and discounts— . ______________________________
O verdrafts — ____________________ ____________________
B onds, warrants and oth er securities________________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures_______________
Safe deposit vaults____________________________________
Other real estate owned_______________________________
Due from reserve banks_______________________________
Due from other ban ks..,______________________________
A ctual cash on hand__________________________________
Exchanges for clearing house_________________________
Checks and other cash items______________ ___________
Other resou rces_______________________________________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)________________________
Notes, d rafts, or bills o f exchange (lim ited)________ ..

$1,739,421 56
5,742 49
1,235,729 26

T o ta ls ________________________________________________

$3,957;,030 56

411,422
56,122
194,937
68,676
58,073
186,905

39
06
57
96
27,
00

Sayings
$4,876,595 89
3,575,580
519 850
29,800
6,009
233,528

75
00
CO
00
07

224,472 23
28,117 92
43,800 00

Combined
$6,616,017
5,742
4,811,310
516850
29,800

45
49
01
00
00

6,000 00
644,950
56,122
419,409
96,794
58,073
230,705

46
06
80
88
27
00

$9,537,744 86 $13,494,775 42

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in........ ........................ .............._______
Surplus _______________________________________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid______
Other existing profits collected, b u t n ot in undivided
profits account----------------------------------------------------------Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )____ r______________________
Notes red iscou n te d ___________________________________
Deposits, due to banks________________________________
Dividends u n p a id _____________________________________
Individual deposits subject to check.'________________
Savings d e p o s its ____ : --------------------------------1---------------Demand certificates o f deposit________________________
Time certificates o f deposit..-______________ ___________
Certified c h e ck s _______________________________________
Cashier’s checks ____________________________ - ________
State, county and municipal deposits________________
P osta l savings deposits-----------------------------------------------Other lia b ilities_______________________________________
Totals.




$500,000 00
' 125,000 00
43,421 21

$500,000 00
' 125,000 00
117,693 40

13,503 28

5,616 35

379,000 00
/175,000 00
148,878 50
110 50
2,113,138 44
8,532,805 37
1,271
49,803
1,612
51,041
270,000

70
67
61
97
00

85,359 18
$3,957,030 56

230,000 00
26,519 24

$ 1 , 000,000 00
250.000 00
161,114 61
19,119 63
379.000
175,009
148,878
110
2,113,138
8,532,805
1,271
49,893
1,612
51,041
- 500,000
26,519
85,359

00
00
50
50
,44
37
70
67
61
97
00
24
18

$9,537,744 86 $13,494,775 42

39

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

15.

MUTUAL SAVINGS BANK OP SAN FRANCISCO.
SAN FRANCISCO.
Incorporated N ovem ber 21, 1889.

Officers—James D. Phelan, President; J ohn A. H ooper, Vice-President; J. K. M offitt, VicePresident; O. B. H obson , Secretary, ^Treasurer and Cashier; J. F. Mullen, A ssistant Cashier;
A. E. Curtes, Assistant Cashier and A ssistant Secretary; J. C. M cKinstry and D. C. Murphy,
A ttorneys.
' Directors—James D. Phelan, John A. H ooper, J. C. McKinstry, R. D. M cElroy, R udolph Spreckels,
Chas. H olbrook , Holla V. W att, Frank J. Devlin.

S tatem ent of June 30, 1919.

Resources—
Loans- and discounts-----------------------------------O v e r d r a fts __________________________________
Bonds, warrants and other securities---------Bank premises, furniture and fixtures---------Safe deposit vaults_____________________ ..-----Other real estate owned------------------------------—
Due from reserve banks_____________________
Due from other banks______________________
Actual cash on hand________________________
Exchanges fo r clearing house_______________
Cheeks and other cash items________________
Other resou rces_____________________________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)______________
Notes, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (limited)
T ota ls_____________________________ ________

Commercial^

$181,251 a
-

96,135 00
290,000 00

34,953 19
41,274 25
37,244 10

$5,920,490 71

Combined
$6,101,742 02

3,369,412 18
700,000 00

3,465,547 18
990,000 00

15,703
323,660
61,112
269,291
57,813

15,703
358,613
61,112
310,565
95,057

Savings

00
18
50
32
24

1,787 35

00
37
50
57
34

1,787 35

$682,645 20 $10,717,483 13 $11,400,128 33

Liabilities—
Capital stock paid in_________________________________
Surplus ___
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid______
Other existing profits collected, b ut n ot in undivided
profits account _____________________________________

$250,0^0 00
40,000 00
10,505 51

$450,000 00
260,000 O
O
22,034 06

$700,000 00
300,000 00
32,539 57

B ills p a y a b le (in clu d in g certifica tes o f d e p o s it repre­

senting m oney b orrow ed )___________________________
___________
___________
Notes re d iscou n ted _________________________________ ___________ ___ _______________
Deposits, due to banks________ -_____________ -_________
___________
______ *____
Dividends u n p a id _____________________________________
___________
28,070 00
Individual deposits subject to check_________________
381,909 74 ___________
Savings d e p o s it s ____________ _________________________
__________ 9,677,766 39
Demand certificates o f deposit________________________
_____ '_____
______ ____
Time certificates o f deposit___________________________
___________
4,373 88
Certified c h e c k s _______________________________________
229 95 ___________
Cashier’s checks ______________________________________
___________
___________
State, cou nty and municipal deposits________________
___________
275,000 00
P osta l savings deposits_______________________________
___________
_r--------------Other lia b ilitie s _______________________________ ____ —___________
238 80
T o t a ls .




28,070 00
381,909 74
9,677,766 39.
4,373 88
229 95
275,000 00
238 80

$682,645 20 $10,717,483 13 $11,400,128 33

40

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

17.

COLUMBUS SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETY.
SAN FRANCISCO.
Incorporated January 18, 1893.

Officers—G. Bacigalupi, President; C. J. Peering, Vice-President; W alter J .'D e M a rtin i, VicePresident; W . H. Hartwell, Secretary, Treasurer, M anager and Cashier; I. w. Heilman,
Chairman o f B oard.
Directors—W . H . Hartwell, G. Bacigalupi, Annie Cuneo, W . J. DeMartini, V. Garibaldi, David E .
B acigalupi, Dr. A. T. Pescia, S. M. Ehrm an, Chas. J. Deering.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.

Resources

Commercial

L oans and discounts---------------------------- ---------- ----------------------------O v e r d r a ft s ____ _____ ___ _____________________________
___________
B onds, warrants and other securities_________________
___________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures________________
______ 1 ___
Safe deposit vaults---------------------------------------------------- ------------------------Other real estate owned_____ ____ ____________________
___________
Due from reserve banks_______________________________
___________
Due from other banks___________________________ ____
___________
A ctual cash on hand---------------------------------------------- ---------------------Exchanges fo r clearing house__________________ ____ _
___________
Checks and other cash items__________________________
______ ____
Other re s o u rc e s _______________________________________
_____ _____
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)_______________________
___________
N otes, d ra fts, or bills o f exchange (lim ited)_________
___________
T o t a l__________ _________________ ____ ________________

_ ____ ____
_

Savings
$1,463,053 97

Combined
___________

1,435,350 21
101,976 78
8,000 00

8,851 97
274,018 70
76,764 49
3,728 05
73 00

$3,371,817 17

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in____ ____________________ ____ _
Surplus _______________________________________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes p a id ______
Other existing profits collected, b u t n o t in undivided
profits a c c o u n t _____________________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )____________________ _______
Notes rediscounted ___________________________________
Deposits, due to banks________________________________
Dividends unpaid ____________________________________
Individual deposits subject t o check_________________
Savings d e p o s it s _____________________________________
Demand certificates o f deposit________________________
Tijne c rtiflcates o f deposit______________ ___________Certified eh eck s_______________________________________
Cashier’s checks — ____ ______________ j______________
.
State, cou n ty and municipal d e p o s it s _______________
P osta l savings deposits______ _____ ___________________
Other lia b ilitie s _______________________________________
T otal.




___________
___________
___________

$130,000 00
155,000 00
20,826 41

___________

___________

__________ j.

___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
____________
___________
___________ _
___________
___________
___________

__________ _
___________
___________

___________
___________
___________
-----------------___________
-----------------___________
-----------------___ 1______
___________
___________ „
___________
___________

5,790 84

___________
3,049,320 17
___________
8,930 57

___________
___________
___________
______ ____
1,949 18

$3,371,817 17

41

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

18.

UNION TRUST COMPANY OP SAN FRANCISCO.
SAN FRANCISCO.
Incorporated February 6, 1893.

Officers—I W . Heilman, Jr., President and M anager; I. W . Heilman, President; Charles J. Deering,
Vice-President; Paul A . Sinsheimer, Vice-President; H . G. Harsh, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier;
Charles du Parc, Assistant Cashier and Assistant Secretary; W . O. Fife, Assistant Cashier;
M arion Newman, Assistant Cashier; L. E. Greene, T rust Officer, Frank J. Briekwedel, A ssistant
T ru st Officer.
Directors—Isaias W . Heilman, I. W . Heilman, Jr., J ohn D. Spreckels, T im oth y H opkins, George A ’.
Pope, J. L. F lood , Charles H olbrook, J a cob Stem , J. Henry Meyer, A. H . P ayson, G. H . Larsh,
W illiam F. Herrin, E. S. H Her, Chas. J. Deering, Percy T . M organ.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.

Resources—

Commercial

L oa n s and discounts____________________
O verdrafts ------------------- ------- ------------------Bonds, warrants and other securities—
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures—
Safe deposit vaults______________________
Other real estate owned_________________
Due from reserve banks-------------------------Due from other banks__________________
A ctual cash on hand____________________
Exchanges fo r clearing house___________
Advances* to cou rt trusts-------------- -------Checks and oth r cash items----------------Other r e s o u r c e s -------------- -----------------------Notes, drafts, o r bills o f exchange
(lim ited)' ______________________________
T ota ls

$9,502,458
9,682
2,148,250
812,952

Savings

Court trusts Private trusts

Combined

98 $8,984,652 55 _________ _________ $18,487,111 53
45 _______ ________ ______ _________
9,682 45
32 5,018,285 75 _________ $105,948 35 7,272,484 42
73 ___________ $500,000 00 _________
1,312,962 73

.....................
15,970 00
2,184,492 06 2,803,924 93
1,094 70
211,557 08
222,429 99
44,561 89
1,160,740 07
440,882 14
473,727 43 ___________ 2________
___________ ___ ,_______
38,299 85
130.289 53
9,717 93
743,543 09 ___________ _________

__________
_________
_________
_________
___ _____

______________________ 105,172 10

15,970
4,989,511
478,548
1,601,622
473,727
38,290
140,007
' 743,543

00
69
96
21
43
85
46
05

105,17210

$17,377,693 70 $17,601,035 30 $583,956 44 $105,948 35 $35,668,633 88

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in____________ ______
Surplus __________________________________
Undivided profits, lessi expenses and
taxes p a i d _____________________________
Other existing profits, collected, b u t n ot
in undivided profits account__________
Bills payable, including certificates o f
deposit repres nting m oney borrow ed .
Notes rediscounted _____________________
Deposits due t o banks__________________
Dividends! unpaid
_____________________
Individual deposits subject to check___
Savings d e p o s it s ________________________
Demand certificates o f deposit— . _____
Time certificates o f d p osit_____________
Certified c h e c k s _________________________
Cashier’s c h e c k s ________________________
State, cou nty and m unicipal deposits__
P osta l siavings deposits_________________
Other lia b ilit ie s _________________________
Deposits received fro m executors, ad­
m inistrators, guardians, receivers, etc.
T ota ls

—

Trust Resources—

$570,600 00
912,500 00
143,443 36

92,069 19

3,432,828 40
41,250 00
10,656,429 79
_________
376,322 49
22,022 18
14,555 86
224,098 24
539,156 00
...... ........ .....
445,087 38

_____ _____
_____ ______
— ............. —
16,092,711 44
___________
___________
___________
___________
386,500 00
62,254 76
-----------------

_____ _____

_____ ______

$368,282 96
9,310,200 31
1,709,926 67
760,727 63

T o ta l — ----------------------------------- $12,149,137 57


P rivate trusts, n o t specially
Department.


5,948 35

241,460 90

_________ __________ 3,432,828 40
_________ _________
41,250 00
_________ _________ 10,656,429 79
_____ ___ _________ 16,092,711 44
_________ _________
376,322 49
_________ _________ ’
22,022 18
_________ _________
14,555 86
_________ _________
224,098 24
_________ _________
925,656 00
_________ ___________
62,254 76
38,299 85 _________
483,387 23
45,656 59 _________

45,656 59

$17,377,693 70 $17,601,035 39 $583,956 44 $105,948 35 $35,668,633 88

Court trusts

Personal
assets received
from
executors, adm inistrators, assign­
ees, receivers o r trustees_______
T ru st investments:
(a ) Personal property _________
(b ) Real p r o p e r t y _______________
Due from ta n k s-----------------------------

$430,000 00 $100,000 00 $100,000 00 $1,200,000 00
537,500 00 400,000 00 _________
1,850,000 00

Trust Liabilities—

Court trusts

Personal ' assets received
fro m
executors, adm inistrators, assign­
ees, receivers o r trustees_________
$368,282 96
Trusts held in ca p a city o f execu­
tor,
adm inistrator,
guardian,
assignee, receiver o r trustee_____ 10,624,450 67
Private trusts, specially designated
and construed as cou rt trusts,
under supervision _______________
1,156,403 94
T o ta l __________________________ $12,149,137 3T

designated as cou rt trusts, are n o t under supervision o f State Banking

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21.

‘ THE MISSION BANK.”
SAN FRANCISCO.
Incorporated February 7, 1903.

Officers—James Rolph, Jr., President; I . B. Anderson, Vice-President; Stuart F. Smith, Secretary,
Treasurer, Manager and Cashier; H. A. Thayer, A ssistant Cashier; Grant H. Smith, A ttorn ey.
Directors—James Rolph, Jr., F , B. Anderson, George L. Center, W illiam H . Crim, E. W . H opkins,
Stuart F. Smith, W arren D. Clark.

S ta te m e n t of June 30, 1919.

Resources
Doans and discounts__________________________________
O v erd ra fts.----- ---------------------------------------B onds, warrants and other securities________________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures________________
Safe deposit vaults—- _________________________________
Other real estate ow ned_____ _________
Due from reserve banks_____ ____________
Due from other banks_________________________________
Actual cash on hand______ ■
__________ - _______________
Exchanges for'clearing house________________________ Cheeks and other cash items__________________________
Other resou rces________________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)_________ _____________
Notes, d rafts, o r bills o f exchange (limited)
T otal.

Commercial

$1,156,802 98
2,905 59
917,272 83
153,760 00
21,000 00
3,742 90
243,258 29
12,979 80
238,280 43
111,896"31
5,550 11
63,730 67
___________

$2,901,179 91

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in_________________________________
Surplus _____________ _________________________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes p a id---------Other existing profits collected, but n o t in undivided
profits a c c o u n t ______________________ ______________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )________________________
Notes rediscounted — _______________ ____ ____________
Deposits, due to banks________________________________

Dividends unpaid------------------------------------------------- Individual deposits subject t o check---------------~
Savings d e p o s its ______________________________________
Demand certificates o f d eposit______________________
Tim e certificates o f dep osit_____ i __________________
Certified checks ________________
—
Oashier’si checks _____________________________________
State, cou nty and municipal deposits________________
P osta l savings deposits----- -------------- --------------------------Other liabilities ........... —---------------------------------------------T o t a l.




$ 200,000 00
75,000 00'
39,092 92

67,645 92
48 00
2,074.993 18
1,485
31,100
7,800
9,591
90,000

00
00
50
61
00

302,422 78
$2,901,179 91

Savings

Combined

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

43

25, 25C, 25E, 25F, 25H, 25K, 25M, 25N, 250, 25P, 25Q, 25S, 25T, 25U,
25V, 25W, 25X, 25Y, 25Z, 25AA, 25BB, 25CO, 25DD, 25EE,
25FF, 25GG. BANK OF ITALY. SAN FRANCISCO.
Incorporated August 10, 1904.
Officers— L. Scatena, Chairman of the B oard; A. P. Giannini, President; P. C. Hale,
Vice-President; Jas. J. Fagan, Vice-President; J. L. Williams, Vice-President;
W m . W . Woods, Vice-President; R. E. Dobbs, Vice-President; John Lagomarsino,
Vice-President; Dr. A . H . Giannini, Vice-President; J. H. Skinner, Vice-President;
J. A. Bacigalupi, Vice-President and Manager Trust Department; T. S. Hawkins,
Vice-President; R. B. Teefy, Vice-President; N. A. Pellerano, Vice-President ;
A Pedrini, Vice-President and Treasurer; L. Mario Giannini, Assistant to the
President; W . R. Williams, Cashier; Jos. F. Cavagnaro, Secretary; W . W .
Douglas, Assistant Secretary; E. C. Abel, Assistant Secretary; H. R. Erkes,
Assistant to the Cashier; Louis Ferrari, Trust Attorney; C. F. Tramutolo, Assist­
ant Trust Attorney; James Matthews, Assistant Trust Officer; Leo V. Belden,
Manager Bond Department; G. O. Bordwell, Auditor; R. E. Trengove, Inspector;
W . H. Snyder, Inspector; W . J. Kiederdorf, Inspector; W . H. Brouse, Inspector;
F. W . Heathcote, Chief Accountant; E. J. Del Monte, Assistant Accountant;
J. E. Fickett, Manager Credit Department;- J. C. Lipman, Assistant Manager
Credit Department; E. N. Walter, Assistant Manager Credit Department; F. J.
Lawler, Manager School Savings Department.
Montgomery Street Branch— E . C. Aldwell, Assistant Cashier; A. Gamboni, Assist­
ant Cashier; A. Kleinhans,-Assistant Cashier; A. J. Gock, Assistant Cashier;
John Zaro, Assistant Cashier; W . A. Caglieri, Assistant Cashier; G. B. Cordano,
Appraiser; C. P. Cuneo, Assistant Appraiser.
Market Street Branch— F. Kronenberg, Assistant Cashier; E. S. Zerga, Assistant
Cashier; C. W . Bell, Assistant Cashier; H. H. Scales, Assistant Cashier; L. M.
McDonald, Manager.
Fresno Branch— O. J. Woodward, Chairman ; Dan Brown, Jr., 1st Vice-Chairman ;
T. M. Hayden, 2d Vice-Chairman; F. A. Birge, M anager; G. H. Ball, Assistant
Cashier; B. K. G. Butterfield, Assistant Cashier; F. E. Smith, Assistant Cashier;
A. S. Hays, Assistant Cashier; C. I. Miller, Assistant Cashier and Local Trust
Officer; Anthony Sala, Assistant Cashier; T. C. Arvedi, Assistant Cashier.
Gilroy Branch— Gerald Hecker, Manager and Local Trust Officer; W . R. Pyle,
Assistant Cashier; W m . P. Spratt, Assistant Cashier.
Hollister Branch— T. W . Hawkins, Assistant Cashier; D. M. Paterson, Assistant
Cashier and Local Trust Officer.
Livermore Branch— Chas. A. Smith, Manager and Local Trust Officer; M. L. Silva,
Assistant Cashier.
Los Angeles, Broadway Branch— Jas. O. Moore, Assistant M anager; I. S. Metzler,
Manager Trust Department; H. J. Pye, Assistant Cashier.
Los Angeles, International Branch— John Lopizich, M anager; A. A. Micheletti,
Assistant M anager; P. Bodrero, Assistant Manager and Trust Officer; Leon
Escallier, Assistant M anager; F. H. Roberts, Assistant Cashier; W . H. Cuppa,
Assistant Cashier.
Los Angeles Pico Street Branch— N. M. Fraser, Manager.
Madera Branch— J. B. High, Chairman; C. F. Wente, Manager and Trust Officer;
J. J. Bujan, Pro. Assistant Cashier.
Merced Branch— L. G. Worden, Chairman ; H. W . Parker, Assistant Manager.
Modesto Branch— W . A. Harter, Chairman; Raymond M. Davis, Manager and Trust
Officer; Robt. O. Higbee, Pro. Assistant Cashier.
Napa Branch— J. A. Migliavacca, Chairman; E. H. Amstutz, Assistant Cashier;
S. H. Errington, Assistant Cashier and Trust Officer.
Oakland, Broadway Branch— H. C. Capwell, Chairman; S. E. Biddle, M anager;
A. J. Ferroggiaro, Assistant Manager and Trust Officer; L. J. Tesio, Assistant
Cashier; E. M. Farrell, Assistant Cashier; J . H. Andrade, Assistant Cashier;
T
W . H. Donahue, Manager of Trust Department.
Oakland, College Avenue Branch— A. Massoni, Manager.
Oakland, Fruitvale Branch— L. R. Robertson, Manager and Trust Officer; R. F.
Thurston, Assistant Manager.
Oakland, Melrose Branch— M. C. Bolts, Manager.
Redwood City Branch— J. P. Weller, Manager and Trust Officer; F. F. Risso, Assist­
ant Cashier; F. E. Fitzpatrick, Assistant Cashier.
San Jose Branch— W . E. Blauer, Manager and Trust Officer; W . H. Pabst, Assist­
ant M anager; F. C. Mitchell, Assistant Cashier; J. H. Boccardo, Assistant
Cashier; J. H. Russell, Assistant Cashier.
San Mateo Branch— L. H. Castle, Manager and Trust Officer; F. A, Marianetti
Assistant Cashier; Hale D. W arn, Assistant Cashier.
Santa Clara Branch— Robt. A. Fatjo, Manager and Trust Officer; H. J. Hamilton
Assistant Cashier; B. W . Blanchard, Assistant Cashier.
Santa Rosa Branch— G. E. Murdock, M anager; Geo. W . Palmer, Assistant Cashier;
L M Rossi, Assistant Cashier and Trust Officer; Orson H. Reeve, Assistant
Cashier; J. A. Lombardi, Assistant Cashier.
Stockton Branch— F . A. Ferroggiaro, Assistant M anager; F . W . Wurster, Assistant
Manager and Trust Officer; J. C. Keys, Assistant Cashier; Louis J. Rossi, Assist­
FRASERant Cashier; Jas. S. Reilly, Assistant Cashier; A. J. Bona, Assistant Cashier.

:,

Digitized for


44

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS,

Ventura Branch— J. H . C h a ffe e , M a n a g e r a n d T r u s t O f f i c e r ;

J o h n A . L a g o m a r s in o ,
A s s is t a n t C a s h i e r ; N e ill B a k e r, A s s is t a n t C a s h ie r ; F r e e m a n R . B lis s , A s s is t a n t C a s h ie r.
Directors—Jam es A. Baeigalupi. Dr. Lu D. B a d g a lu p i, Dr. G. E. Caglieri, R. E. D obbs, P. J.
Dreher, Jas. J. F agan, M. T. Freitas, Jam es Fugazi, Samuel B. Fugazi, Dr. A . H . Giannini, A. P. Giannini, Geo. J. Giannini, Chas. F. Grondona, O. J. W oodw ard, P. C. Hale, T . S.
H awkins, John L agom arsin o. A. Pedrini. N. A. Pellerano, L. Scatena, J. H. Skinner, W aller T a ylor.
B. B. T eefy, J. L. W illiams. W m . W . W ood s.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.

Resources—

Commercial
Savings
L oa n s and discounts------------------------------- $23,S3L 369 60 $39,634,763 89
164; 395 73 ___________
O verdrafts ---------------------------------------------1,704,583 03 19,214,289 15
B onds, warrants and other securities—
2,260, OO 0 l,o31,336 04
C0
B ank premises, furniture and fixtures—
205,990 00
S afe d eposit vaults---------------------------------394,867 47
Other real estate owned--------------------------3,009,,667 00 5,191,546 68
Due fro m reserve banks--------------------------451, 019 99
790,307 23
"Due from other banks---------------------------2 D,043 75 582,086 03
,6 0
A ctu a l cash on hand------------------------------___________
Advances to court trusts------------- ---------676, 880 66
Exchanges fo r clearing house-----------------Checks and1 other cash items------------------- 2,505,,061 21
1,389, 052 80
Other r e s o u r c e s ____ -------------------------------Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)--------------Notes, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange
623,802 73
(limited) ______________________________

Court trusts Private trusts

$100,000 00
--------------_________
781 46
____ ____
_________
218 54

Combined

__________ $63,166,133
--------------164,395
$100,000 00 21,118,872
_________
3,791,336
205,990
394,857
8,201,995
1,241,327
3,182,129
218
676,880
2,686,655
1,389,052
105,530

39
73
18
04
00
47
14
22
78
54
66
43
80
42

623,802 73

$38,292,073 67 $68,456,113 86 $101,000 00 $100,000 00 $106,949,187 53

T ota ls

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in___________________ $3,200,000 00 $1,600,000 00 $100,000 00 $100,000 00 $5,000,000 00
S u r p lu s ____ _____________________ - ______
1;050,C00 00
200,000 00 _________ _________
1,250,000 00
Undivided profits, .lessi expenses and
282,668 89
284,295 79 _________ _________
666,964 68
taxes p a i d _____________________________
Other existing profits, collected, b u t n ot
in undivided profits account---------------Bills payable, including certificates o f
d eposit representing m oney b orrow ed Notes r e d is co u n te d ---------------------------------1,889,369 45
-Deposits due to banks__________________
1,889,359 45
201,458 49
Dividends u n p a id _______________________
201,458 49
Individual deposits subject t o ch6ck___ 26,247,473 43
26,247,473 43
S avings d e p o s it s ________________________
60,717,651 43
60,717,651 43
Demand certificates o f deposit--------------225,385 31
225,385 31 ___________
Time certificates o f d p osit_____________
1,595,778 64 ...... ..............
1,595,778 64
Certified c h e c k s _________________________
272,399 55 ___________
272,399 55
Cashier’s c h e c k s ________________________
1,792,616 65 ___________
1,792,616 65
State, cou nty and municipal d ep osits— ___________
2,162,541 24
2,162,541 24
P osta l savings deposits_________________
21,829 40
___________
21,829 40
Fund fo r advances to court trusts____
1,000 00
1,000 00
Other lia b ilitie s _________________________
1,334,923 26 3,469,796 00
4,804,719' 26
D eposits received from executors, ad­
m inistrators, guardians, receivers, etc.
A cceptances -------- ------------------------ -----------200,000 00
200,000 00
T ota ls

$38,292,073 67 $68,456,113 86 $101,000 00 $100,000 00 $106,949,187 53

Trust Resources—
Personal
assets
received
from
executors, adm instrators, asssignees, receiver§ o r trustees________
T ru st investments:
(a ) Personal property _________
(b ) Real p r o p e r t y _______________
Du fro m banks___________________
T o ta l

___________ _____ _____ -

Court trusts

$185,053 78
57,386 64
78,268 45
23,389 06
$344,007 93

Trust Liabilities—
Personal
assets received
fro m
executors, adm inistrators, assign­
ees, receivers o r trustees________
Trusts held in capacity o f execu­
tor,
adm inistrator,
guardian,
assignee, receiver o r trustee____

T o ta l

_____________ ’ ___________

Court trusts

$185,053 78

159,044 15

$344,007 93

No t e .—1 he above statem ent includes the business, o f branch offices at San Francisco, L o s Angeles,
T
Oakland, San Mateo, Santa C lara, Merc d, Gilroy, Fresno, Hollister,. Livermore, Napa*, M odesto,
Madera, R edw ood City, San Jose, Stockton , Santa R osa, Ventura.
Purchased “ Security B ank,” Oakland, Novem ber 4, 1918. V olu ntarily closed branch office located at
the southeast corner Santa Clara and L igh tson streets, San Jose, July 1, 1918.
P rivate trusts, n o t specially designated as cou rt trusts, are n o t under supervision o f State Banking
Departm ent.




45

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26.

MERCANTILE TRUST COMPANY OF SAN FRANCISCO.
SAN FRANCISCO.
Incorp orated April 18, 1899.

Officers—Henry T . S cott, President; Frank C. Drum, Vice President; Joseph H ym an, Vice President;
John D. McKee, Vice President; W . F. Berry, Secretary, Treasurer and1 Cashier; F. D. A rnold,
Assistant Secretary; 0 . Ellinghouse, A ssistant Cashier and A ssistant Secretary; T hos. M. Patterson,
Assistant Cashier and Assistant Secretary; F. O. C ooke, A ssistant Cashier and Assistant Secretary;
R.
M. Sims, T ru st Officer; Paul McDonald, Assistant Trust Officer; J. O. B ovey, Assistant Secretary.
Directors—Henry T. Scott, John D. McKee, F. Reis, Jr., F. O. C ooke, E . R. Dim ond, W . F. Detert,
F . G. Drum, Alexander H am ilton, W illiam I. B robeck, W . R. I. Campbell, Joseph H ym an, John
Lawson, A. B. Davis, R. H. Pease, R. D. Robbins, M ou ntford S. W ilson, M ilton H. Esberg.

S tatem ent of June 30, 1919.

Resources—

Commercial

L oa n s and discounts__________________

_____________

Bonds, w arrants and other securities—
-----------------Bank premises, furniture and fixtures—
------------------Safe d eposit v a u lts .—..........—------------------ -----------------Other real estate owned----- -------- ------------ -----------------Due from reserve banks_________________ ___________
Due from other banks__________________ ___________
A ctual cash on hand____________________ _______ ____
Exchanges fo r clearing house------------------ -----------------Advances to cou rt trusts----------------------- -----------------Other resources _________________________

Savings

___________

Court trusts Private trusts

$36,000 00

404,131 £6
525,260 40
------------------ ---------- .—
------------------ --------------___________
5,978 98
___________ _________
___________ __________
------------------ --------------..._________
2,130 68
5,119 32

T ota ls

Combined

$36,000 00
$299,837 50

703,969 43
525,260 4o
- .......... —- — ........——
--------------- -----------------162 50
6,141 48
_________ ___________
_________ ___________
-------------- --------------_________
2,130 68
5,119 39

$978,621 31 $300,000 00 $1,278,621 31

Liabilities—
Capital stock paid in_________________
Undivided profits, lessi expenses and
taxes paid___________________________
Other existing profits, collected, but not
in undivided profits account_________

----------------------------------

------------------ $700,000 00 $300,000 00 $1,000,1)00 00
------------------ 200,000 00 __________
200,000 00

— ..............................

66,304 66

66,304 66

5,066 65

5.066 65

2,130 68 _________
5,119 32 _________

___________

2,130 68
5,119 32

Bills payable, including certificates o f
deposit representing m oney borrow ea.
N otes red iscou n ted '___ ________ _________

Deposits due to banks_________________
Dividends unpaid__________________ ___
Individual deposits subject to check___
Savings deposits___________ __________
Demand certificates of deposit_________
Time certificates of d posit____________
Certified c h e c k s _________________________

Cashier’s checks ______________________
State, county and municipal deposits__
Advances to court trusts______________
Other liabilities_______________________
Deposits received from executors, ad­
ministrators, guardians, receivers, etc.
T otals_________ ____ ______________

---------- ------------ ---------- ^ --------- ---------__________ ______ ________$978,621 31 $300,000 00 $1,278,621 31

Trust Resources

Court trusts
Personal
assets
received
from
executors,
adm inistrators,
as­
signees, receivers o r trustees____
$210,897 80
T rust investments:
(a) Personal property ............... 13,165,177 12
(b ) Real prop erty .......................... 1,530,759 65
Due from banks...................................
122,966 57

T o ta l ..




- $15,029,801 19

Trust Liabilities—

Court trusts
Personal
assets received
from
executors,
adm inistrators,
as­
$210,897 85
signees, receivers o r trustees____
Trusts held in capacity o f execu­
tor, adm inistrator, guardian, as-v
signe , receiver o r trustee_______ 12,551,698 95
Private trusts, specially designated
and c o n s t n r d as cou rt trusts,
2 267,204 39
under su p e rv is io n _______________
T ota l

.. $15,029,801 19

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27.

THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE.
SAN FRANCISCO.
Incorporated M ay 15, 1867.

Officers—E dmund Walker, President; l. A. Lash, Esq., Vice-President; A. St. L . Trigge, Secretary;
- G. W . B. H eathcote, M anager; A . A. W ilson, Assistant, Manager.
Directors—John Hoskin, J. W . Elavelle, A . Kingman, L ym an Melvin Jones, W . 0 . Edwards,
E . R . W o o d , R obert Stuart, John M orison Gibson, G. F . Galt, W m . Farwell, A . C. Flum erfelt,
George G. Foster, Chas. C olby, G. W . Allan, H . J.. Fuller, F. P . Jones, H . C. C o x , Edmund
W alker, Z. A . Lash, E sq.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.

Resources—
L oa n s and discounts__________________________________
O verdrafts _________________________ „ _________________
B onds, warrants and other securities--------------------------B ank premises, furniture and fixtures.______ ________
Safe deposit vaults----------- ----------------- ------------------------Other real estate owned-----------------------------------------------D ue from reserve banks------. ---------------------------------------Due frpm other banks___ ____ _________ ____ _________
A ctual cash on hand________________________________ I .
Exchanges fo r clearing house_____________ ^__________
Checks and other cash items____ -____________________ _
Other resou rces_______________________________________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)______ _____ __________
Notjes, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)_________
T otal

______________________________________________

Commercial
$5,088,037 55
41,772 01
481,641 21
___________
----------------------------------599,901 23
26,487 89
424,126 51
893,757 09
9,281 31
2,276,077 61
___________
___________
$9,841,082 41

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in----------------------------------------------------Surplus _______
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid---------Other existing profits collected, b u t n o t in undivided
profits a c c o u n t _____________________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre-'
senting m oney b orrow ed )-----------------------------------------Notes red iscou n ted --------------------Deposits, due to banks_____________________
Dividends u n p a id --------------------------------------------------------Individual deposits subject to check__________________
Savings d e p o s its ______________________________________
Demand certificates o f deposit________________________
Tim e certificates o f deposit........................ ........................
Certified ch e ck s _______________________________________
Cashier’s checks ______________________________________
State, cou n ty and m unicipal deposits— -------------------P osta l savings deposits-----------------------------------------------Other lia b ilitie s _______________________________________
T o ta l




$750,000 00
350,000 00
-----------------66,664 06
-----------------963,000 00
762,362 83
-----------------3,223,967 34
i ---------------25,067 80
525,7C9 80
2,849 76
974,386 33
----------------------------------2,197,074 49
$0,841,082 41

Savings
___
___
___
___
--------___
___
___
___
___
___
___________
___________

Combined

__________ _
___________

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30.

INTERNATIONAL BANKING CORPORATION.
SAN FRANCISCO.
Incorporated June 14, 1901

Officers—H . T . S. Green, President; Lawrence M. J acobs, Vice-President and Treasurer; P erry W .
Jones, Secretary; L. I. Sharp, Assistant Cashier; M. D. Currie, A ssistant Cashier; w. D. W hittemore, L oca l Manfiger.
Directors—Jules S. Bache, Guy Cary, H . T. S. Green, Lionel Bagenaers, W illiam T . Hincks, Minor
C. Keith, Oliver C. M acy, C. M. Muchinic, G. H . Church, R. L . F arnham , E. W . Harden,
D. S. Iglehart, A. K avanagh, W . S. Kies, W . D. Straight.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.

Resources—

Commercial

L oans and discounts---------------------------------------------------$444,065 26
O v e r d r a ft s ____________________________________________
___________
B onds, warrants and other securities...
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures...
Safe deposit vaults-------------------------------Other read estate owned-------- --------------Due from reserve banks...........................
Due from other banks........ ........................................ ...........
189,504 76
A ctual cash on hand__________________________________
25,464 33
Exchanges fo r clearing house_________________________
___________
Checks and other cash items-------------------- ----------------------------------Other res ou rces _______ 1________ ____ ______ _________ _ 1,114,069 28
Bankers’ acceptances (lim it e d ---------------------------- -----------------------Notes, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)____ ____
___________
T o ta l___ _____ ___________________ _______ ________ —

$1,773,103 63

TAabilities—
C apital stock paid in_________________________________
S u rp lu s__________________ —..................................................
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes p a id ______
Other existing profits collected, b u t n o t in undivided
profits a c c o u n t -------------- -----------------------------------------Bills payable (including certifica te o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )-----------------------------------------Notes rediscounted ___________________________________
Deposits, due t o banks__________________________ ._.___
Dividends u n p a id ----------------- ----------------- --------------------Individual deposits subject to check___________ _____
Savings deposits
-------------- ----------------------------------------Demand certificates o f d ep osit.__________________ ____
Time certificates o f deposit............... ..................................
Certified checks _____ __________________ __________ ___
Cashier’s c h e c k s ___________ ____ _____________________
State, cou n ty and municipal deposits________________
P osta l savings deposits____________________ ____ ______
Other liabilities,________ ____________ _________________
T o t a l.




$300,000 00
15,000 00
31,697 05
-------------------------------___________
___________
-----------------___________
-----------------___________
.....................
___________
___________
___________
___________
1,426,406 58
$1,773,103 63

Savings

Combined

48

REPORT O ? SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

31 AND 31A.

ITALIAN-AMERICAN BANK.
SAN FRANCISCO.
Incorporated March 16, 1899.

Officers—Andrea S barbero, President; O. H . Crocker, Vice-President; A. E. S barboro, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier; R. A . S barboro, A ssistant Cashier; G. J. P anario, Assistant Cashier;
V. L. Puccinelli, Assistant Cashier; c. C. Peine, M anager Exchange Departm ent; M. L . Perasso,
General Manager N orth Beach B ranch; A. Zullo, A ssistant Cashier N orth Beach Branch.
Directors—Andrea S barboro, L. B oita n o, L. DeMartini, G. Garibaldi, M. J. F on ta n a , C. A . Malm,
A . J. Merle, A . Cherini, C. H . Crocker, S. J. F ay, D. Ghiradelli, A. R udgear, S. W ald o Colem an,
M. L . Perasso, I. Zellerbach.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.

Resources—
L oans and discounts_________________________
O v e r d r a ft s __________________________________
B onds, warrants and other securities_______
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures...........
Safe deposit vaults__________________________
Other real estate owned______ '______________
Due from reserve banks______________________
Due from other banks________ ____ _________
A ctual cash on hand__________ ____ —_____
Exchanges for clearing house_______________
Checks and other cash items—-------- -------------Other resources
_____ ________________ ____
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)______________
Notes, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (limited)
T otals.

Commercial

$2,112,637 97
23,324 50
430,686 38

Savings

Combined

15
70
63
04
43
41

$3,773,430 21

66
50
40
00

174,589 31

87,199
691,775
122,658
404,579
147,925
66,239
172,014

84
13
70
94
04
43
41

412,500 00

467,953
122,658
229,990
147,925
66,239
172,014

$6,543,735
23,324
2,217,756
355,000

412,500 00

$4,431,097 69
1,787,070 02
355,000 00
87,199 84
223,821 98

$7,471,278 84 $11,244,709 05

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in_________________________________
Surplus _______________________________________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid---------Other existing profits collected, b u t n o t in undivided
profits account _____________________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )............. ...................................
Notes rediscounted ______________________________ 1— ,Deposits, due to banks-------------------------------------------------Dividends u n p a id _____________________________________
Individual deposits subject to cheek.------------------------Savings deposits _____________________________________
Demand certificates o f d eposit________________________
Time certificates o f deposits..............
—
Certified checks •
_______________________________________
Cashier’s checks _______________________
—
State, cou nty and m unicipal deposits-----------------------—
- P o s ta l savings deposits_______________________________
Other lia b ilities_______________________________________

256,069 39
33,116 43
2,497,509 29

T o ta ls ........ .............................. ............. - ........ .............. .........

$3,773,430 21

$ 500,000 00

$ 500,000 00

$1,000,000 00

37,500 00
16,948 01

105,000 00

142,500 00
16,948 01

6,866,278 84
1,144
44,206
32,651
24,412
179,235
17,768
132,869

25
42
16
52
15
34
25

256,069
33,116
2,497,509
6,866,278
1,144
44,206
32,651
24,412
179,235
17,768
132,869

$7,471,278 84 $11,244,709 05

N o te .—T he above statement includes the business o f a branch office at San Francisco.




39
43
29
84
25
42
16
52
15
34
25

49

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

35,

THE MISSION SAVINGS BANK.
SAN FRANCISCO.
Incorporated A ugust 3, 1906.

Officers—James R olph, Jr., President; E. W . H opkins, Vice-President; M att. I. Sullivan, VicePresident; Stuart F. Smith, Secretary; De W itt C. T reat, Treasurer, Cashier and Assistant
Secretary; F. E. W illiams, A ssistant Cashier.
Directors—James R olph, J r., E. W . H opkins, M att. I. Sullivan, Stuart F. Smith, Geo. L. Center,
W m . H. Crim, George A . Pope.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.

Resources—
L oans and discounts--------------------------------------O v e r d r a ft s ___________________________________
B onds, warrants and other securities_________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures............Safe deposit vaults-------------------- - ............. ..........
Other real estate owned----------------------------------Due from reserve b a n k s..-------------------------------Due from other banks__________ ____ _________
A ctual cash on hand_________________________
Exchanges fo r clearing h ou se.-----------------------Dhecks and other cash items--------------------------Other res ou rces ______________________________
Bankers’, acceptances (lim ited)-------- ---------—
Notes, d ra fts, or bills o f exchange (lim ited)..

Commercial

___________

Savings

$2,840,695 46
1,406,596 95
188,499 32

Combined

___________
..
..

5,716 80
199,758 04% ..
121,972 39

.....

1,878 34
173,437 13

____
____

70,000 00

____

$5,008,554 43

T otal.

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in................
Surplus -------------------------------------------------------------Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid______
Other existing profits collected, but n ot in undivided
profits a c c o u n t _____________________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney borrow ed )-------- ---------------------- ---------Notes rediscounted -----------------------------------------------------Deposits, due to banks------------------------------------------------Dividends u n p a id ------------------- ------------- ------- ------- --------Individual deposits subject t o check— ______ ________
Savings d e p o s it s ______________________________________
Demand certificates o f d eposit------------------------------------Time certificates o f deposit____ •
______________________
Certified ch e ck s __________________ _______ ____________
Cashier’s c h e c k s ______________________________________
State, cou n ty and municipal deposits________________
P osta l savings d e p o s it s ......................... ........................—
Other lia b ilitie s_________________________________ ____ T o t a l.




$375,000 00
17,500 00
15,480 88

---------------------- ---------___________
___________
.1 _________
___________
___________
___________
___________
-----------------------------------

..
..
..

10,200 00
8,625 00
___________
4,526,053 87
___________
___________
___________
___________
50,000 00'
-----------------5,694 68

..

$5,008,554 43

_

50

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

3 ^ 36A, 36B, 36C.

“ BANCA POPOLABE FUGAZI.”
SAN FRANCISCO.
Incorporated N ovem ber 3, 1906.

Officers—F. N. Belgrano, President; A ntonio L a iolo, Vice-President and Treasurer; Geo. M. Perine,
Vice-President; K. T. S oracco, Secretary; J. L. Oliva, M anager Oakland B ranch; J. H . Barter,
Cashier; N. J. B aglietto, A ssistant Cashier; M. F. Rbesti, Assistant Cashier; G. B attiglia,
Assistant Cashier; Geo. W . B runo, Assistant Cashier; U. Dardi, M anager S anta B arbara
B ranch; P . Marini, A ssistant Cashier.
Directors—F. N. B elgrano, George M. Purine, Frank N. Soracco, A . L a io lo , Dr. Cam illo B arsotti,
Joseph L. Oliva, P. Monteverde, Giovanni Pium a, T hos. Morrin.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.

Resources—
L oans and discounts__________________________________
O v e r d r a ft s ____________________________________________
B onds, warrants and other securities________________
B ank premises, furniture and fixtures.................... .........
Safe deposit vaults---------------------------------------- ---------------Other real estate' owned------------------------------------ <
----------Due fro m reserve banks-----------------------------------------------Due from other b an k s-—-------------- ------- -----------------------A ctual cash on hand— ____ _____ ______ ______ _______
Exchanges fo r clearing house-------- -----------------------------Checks and oth er cash items---------------------------------------Other res ou rces __________________________ ____________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)-------------------------------------Notes, drafts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)--------------T ota ls------------------------------------------- : -----------------------------

Commercial

$864,447 58
4,401 24
177,673 08

386,882 86
120,474
34,294
1,458
31,678

96
16
60
66

$1,621,311 14

Savings

$6,977,009 14
2,354,605 54
316,056 14
10,145 00
81,465 86
1,262,312 01
100,631 58
482,417 20
162,900 31
4,384 96
121,109 83
38,866 40

Combined
$7,841,456 72
4,401 24
2,532,278 62
316,056 14
10,145 00
81,465 86
1,649,194 87
.100,6§1 58
602,892 16
197,274 47
5,843 56
152,788 49
38,866 40

1,911,983 97 $13,533,295 11

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid In_________________________________
Surplus ________________________ . _____________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid______
Other existing profits collected, b ut n o t in undivided
profits account ............. — ----------------------- ---------------Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )----------- -----------------------------Notes red iscou n ted ___________________________________
Deposits, due to banks-------------------------------------------------Dividends u n p a id --------------------------------------------------------Individual deposits subject t o check-------------- ------- -----Savings deposits ------------- ------------------------------------------ Demand certificates o f d eposit...................... .....................
Tim e certificates o f d eposit-----------------------------------------Certified ch e ck s ------------------------------------------------------Cashier’s c h e c k s ----------------------------------------------------------State, cou nty and municipal deposits------------- ---------—
P osta l savings d ep osits.—. . —-------------------- ------- --------Other lia b ilities----------------- ------------------------ -----------------T o ta ls __ _____ _____________________ ______ __________

$100,000 00

43,700 00
34,009 87

7,479 44

$769,800 00
14,800 00
88,629 90

20,749n84
308 00

1,281,624 12
10,980,952 61
18,392
65,466
9,833
42,943

00
25
62
51

17,862 33

23,952 60

12,791 02

$869,800 00
58,500 00
122,639 77

28,229
308
1,281,624
10,980,952
18,392
89,418
9,833
42,943

28
00
12
61
00
85
62
51

30,653 35

$1,621,311 14 $11,911,983 97 $13,533,295 11

N o t e .— The above statem ent includes the business o f branch offices at Oakland, Santa B arbara

and San Francisco.




51

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

38 AND 38A. PORTUGUESE-AMERICAN BANK OF
SAN FRANCISCO. SAN FRANCISCO.
Incorporated Novem ber 29, 1905.
Officers—J. A. Silveira, President; John Enas, Vice-President; M. G. Lewis, Vice-President and
Treasurer; A. E. Nunes, Vice-President and M anager Oakland Branch; V. L. De Figueiredo,
Secretary and Cashier; A lf. Henas, Assistant Cashier; M. T. B ettencourt, A ssistant Cashier;
Jam es B. Feehan, A ttorney.
Directors—A. A vila, M. F. Lewis, John Enas, J. J. E nos, A. F . Nunes, J. M. Santana, Jose
B aptista, J. A . Silveira, M. S. F rittas, J. B. Mendonca, M. M. E nos.

S tatem ent of June 30, 1919.

Resources—
Loans and discounts_____ ___________ i ______
O v e r d r a ft s _______________ 1_________ J_______
B on d s, warrants and other securities____ — .
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures_______
Safe deposit vaults__________________________
Other real estate owned_____________________
Due from reserve banks________________ '_____
Due from other banks..........................
A ctual cash on hand________________________
Exchanges fo r clearing house______________
Checks and other cash items________________
Other res ou rces _____________________________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited )-—................—
Notes, drafts, o r bills o f exchange (limited)

Commercial

$604,703
3,094
317,873
17,091

...

93
04
74
45

156,047 28
13,081 15
121,176 39

Savings

$1,253,717 23
472,475 00
112,000 00

5,400 00
43,215 39
233,417 85
52,042 16

63,388 95

Combined
$1,858,421 16
3,094 04
790,348 74
129,091 45
5,400 00
43,215 39
389,465 13
13,081 15
173,218 55

63,388 95

$1,296,456 93

$2,172,267 63

$3,468,724 56

Capital stock paid in........................................... ..................
$250,000 00
Surplus _______ _____ ______ _____ ________ ______ ____
15,000 00
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid______
13,184 28
Other existing profits collected, but n ot in undivided
profits a c c o u n t _____________________________ ______—
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
___________
senting m oney b orrow ed )___________________________
Notes rediscounted -------------- ---------------------------------- —
-----------------Deposits, due to banks..........................- ------- ------------- 118,760 40
Dividends u n p a id _____________________________________
187 87
Individual deposits subject t o check_________________
605,997 02
Savings d e p o s its ______________________________________
___________
Demand certificates o f d eposit------------------------------------7,512 00
Time certificates o f d ep osit----------------------------------------11,046 80
Certified ch e c k s _______________________________________
646 06
Cashier’s c h e c k s _____________ ~----------------------'----------- 20,430 34
State, cou n ty and municipal deposits------------------------140,000 00
P osta l savings deposits---------------------------------- ------- ----------------------Other lia b ilitie s _______________
113,692 16

$250,000 00

$500,000 00
25,000 00
17,041 02

Totals.

Liabilities—

Totals.

$1,296,456 93

10,000 00
3,856 74

1,898,410 89

10,000 00

113,692 16
$2,172,267 63

N o t e .—The above statement includes the business o f a branch office a t Oakland.




118,760 40
187 87
605,997 02
1,898,410 89
7,512 00
11,046 80
646 06
20,430 34
150,000 00

$3,468,724 56

5?

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

40.

FIRST FEDERAL TRUST COMPANY.
SAN FRANCISCO.
Incorporated A ugust 23, 1907.

Officers—R udolph Spreckels, President; J os. G. H ooper, Vice-President and M anager; O. .K .' Cushing,
Vice-President; Clinton E. W orden, Vice-President; J a m 's K. M offitt, Secretary and Cashier;
C. H . M cCorm ick, Treasurer; M. B. Clark, Assistant Cashier; B. R. P ardow , A ssistant Secretary;
L. A. MeCrystle, T ru st Officer.
Directors—Rudolph Spreckels, Clinton H . Kroll, Clinton E. W orden, Joseph G. H ooper, Jam es K.
M offitt, R,. D. M cElroy, T hos. Jennings, W alter S'. Martin, O. K. Cushing, James D. Phelan, W . H .
M offa tt, W . T. Smith, W y a tt A. Allen, Rolia V. W a tt, Geo. W hittell.
S ta t e m e n t o f J u n e 30, 1919.

Resources—

Commercial

L oa n s and discounts____________________
O verdrafts ________ ______ _______
B onds, w arrants and other secu rities...
Bahd premises, furniture and fixtures . )
Safe d eposit vaults---------------------------- j
Other real estate owned_________________
Due fro m reserve banks_________________
Due from other banks__________________
A ctual cash on hand____________________
Advances to court trusts_______________
Exchanges fo r clearing house___________
Checkers and oth r cash items_________
Other r e s o u r c e s _______ _________________
T otals

Savings

Court trusts Private trusts

Combined

$3,925,028 31 ------------------ -------------- --------------- $3,525,028 31
25 33 ------------------ . . . ---------- -------------25 33
3,481,534 53 —_________ $230,304 60 $100,000 O
O 3,811,839 13
2,000,000 OO

------------------------

--------------------------------------------

18,381 87
1,026,243 96

-----------7,009 14
9,777 20
4,000 00
1,898 88

695,360 62

4,180 41
38,498 O
O

2 , 000,000 00

------------18,381 89
.....
1,033,253
_________
9,777
_____________ 609,369
_________
1,898

________ _________
487 50 _________

10
20
62
88

~ 4,180 41
38,985 50

$10,789,262 05 ____ _______ $253,477 32 $100,000 00 $11,142,739 37

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in------------------------------ -$1,259,000 00 ___________ $150,000 O $100,000 00 $1,500,000 00.
O
Surplus ----------------------------------------------------330,000 00 ___________
'50,000 00 _________
380,000 00
Undivided profits, lessi expenses and
taxes p a i d ------ :------------------------------------262,471 77 ___________ _________ _________
262,471 77
Other existing profits, collected, b u t n ot
in undivided profits account__________
Bills payable, including certificates o f
d ep osit representing m oney borrow ed .
Notes r e d is co u n te d _____________________
Deposits due to banks___________________
947,813 66 ___________ — ........ — _________
947,813 66
Dividends unpaid _______________________
45,600 00 ___________ _________ _________
45,000 00
Individual deposits subject t o check___
2,205,640 33 ___________ ____ 1____ _________
2,205,640 33
Savings d e p o s it s ________________________
12,168 19 ............... — __________ _________
12,168 19
Demand certificates o f deposit__________
4,816,514 94 ___________ ______ ________ ______ 4,846,544 04
dim e certificates o f d p osit_____________
2.615 10 — ____ ____ ______ _____________—
2,615 10
Certified checks _________________________
Cashier’s checks _______ ________________
340,000
00 —'____________ ________ _________
State, cou n ty and municipal d e p o s its ...
340,000 00
P osta l Savings deposits_________________
Other liabilities _________________________
'547,CCS 06 ___________
215 00 _________
547,223 06
Deposits received fro m executors, ad­
m inistrators, guardians, receivers, etc.
___________ ___________
53,262 32 _________
63,282 32
T ota ls _______________________________ $10,789,262 06 ___________

Trust Resources— -

court trust?

P ersonal
assets
received
from
executors,
adm inistrators,
as­
signees, receivers o r trustees____
$288,602 87
T ru st investments:
(a ) Personal p rop erty _________
920,958 23
(b ) Real property .........................
503,272 18
Due fro m banks____________ ______
102,929 11
Cash on hand _______ ______ ______ ___________

T ota l .............................................

$1,905,762 39

$253,477 32 $100,000 00 $11,142,739 37

Trust Liabilities—

Court trusts

Personal
assets
received
from
executors,
adm inistrators,
as­
signees, receivers o r trustees.—
$288,602 87
Trusts held in capacity o f execu­
to r,
adm inistrator,
guardian,
assignee, receiver o r trustee------- 1,617,159 52
P rivate trusts, specially designated
and construed as cou rt trusts,
under supervision ______________ _______ ____
T o ta l ...............................................

$1,905,762 39

P riv ate trusts, n o t specially designated as cou rt trusts, are n o t under supervision o f State B anking
Departm ent.




53

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

41. CANTON BANK.
SAN FRANCISCO.
Incorporated O ctober 1, 1907.
Officers—L o o Tin Eli, President; Lew H ing, Vice-President; Tee Ling, Secretary; M ark Thue,
Treasurer; E . F. Sager, M anager; E. V. Spiganovicz, Cashier; Tee Dan T ou n g, Assistant
Secretary.
Directors—L o o k Tin Eli, Lew H ing, T om Toun , Tee Dan T oun g, Chin D on P o ck o r (Chin L ain),
Lee Duck W ar (Lee F a y ), H o o Janson (W o o Chan S oon ), Tee Ling, W on g T on g , K. L. F ong,
Mark Thue.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.
R eS O U T C eS

Commercial

Loans and discounts............................. ........ .......................
$870,015 87
O v e r d r a ft s ________ ,___________________ _______ ________
872 34
B onds, warrants and other securities_________________
526,491 19
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures________________
259,967 10
Safe deposit vaults____________________________________
___________
Other real estate owned_______________________________
___ ________
Due from reserve banks— ____ ____ __________ _______
343,858 08
Due from other banks—_____ ___ ____________ ________
165,584 64
A ctual cash on hand_____ _____ ________________ 1_____
202,802 66
28,65325
Exchanges fo r clearing house____________________________
Checks and other cash items______________________________
3,11557
Other re s o u rc e s ________________________•
______________
532 09
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited )._____ *________ _______
_________
Notes, d ra fts, or bills o f exchange (lim ited)_________
174,077 13
T o ta l______________ : __________________ _________ ____

$2,575,969 92

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in__________________________________
Surplus _______________________________________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid............
Other existing profits collected, b ut n o t in undivided
profits a c c o u n t _____________________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )..^ ___________ ____ ________
Notes red iscou n ted ___________________________ ________
Deposits, due to b a n k s ..---------------------------------------------Dividends unpaid .................................. ................................
Individual deposits subject t o ch eck.__________ _____
Savings deposits _____ _____ ____ ________ ________ ___
Demand certificates o f deposit________ *_________ - ____
Time certificates o f deposit___________________________
Certified ch e ck s ____ __________________________________
Cashier’s c h e c k s ______________________________________
State, cou n ty and municipal deposits________________
P osta l savings deposits_______________________________
Other lia b ilities_______ ____________ ________________ _

___________
___________
107,506 78
10,430 00
1,271,984 91
___________
12,093 76
756,255 97
3,180 00
26,091 70
___________
___________
10,217-29

T o t a l ................................ - ........................... .................................

$2,575,969 92




$300,000 00
31,070 31
47,139 20

Savings

Combined

54

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

43, 43A, 43D AND 43E.

ANGLO-CALIFORNIA TRUST COMPANY.
SAN FRANCISCO.
Incorporated April 12, 1909.

Officers—M. Fleishhaeker, President; H . Fleishhacker, Vice President; J. W . Lilienthal, V ice President;
T.
O. Tognazzini, Vice President; Charles F. Leege, . Vice President; L ouis Sutter, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier; H erbert Blumenthal, Assistant Cashier; F V. Vollm er, A ssistant Cashier;
C. L . Smith, A ssistant Cashier; G rant C ordrey, T ru st Officer and A ssistant Secretary.
Directors—George I. Cockran, H erbert Fleishhacker, M ortim er Fleishhacker, S. Greenebaum, M ark L.
Gerstle, Chas. F. Leege, Jesse W . Lilienthal, J r J. Mack, Charles C. M oore, Gavin McNab,
W arren R. P orter, R. D. R obbins, A d o lfo Stahl, T. C. Tognazzini, P . Zummerman.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.

Resources—

Commercial

L oa n s and discounts------------------------------O verdrafts ____ _________________________
B onds, w arrants and o t h :r securities—
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures—
Safe d eposit vaults______________________
Other real estate owned_________________
Due fro m reserve banks--------------------------Due from other hanks__________________
A ctual cash on hand------------------------------Exchanges fo r clearing house---------Checks and other cash item s-----------------Notes, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange
(limited) ______________________________
Other resources _________________________
A dvances to court tru s ts.—-------------------

53,797,415
166,621
2,956,264
15,000

Savings

Court trusts Private trusts

Combined

46 $6,288,572 97 -------------- ---------------$10,085,968 43
54 ___________ --------------166,621 54
30 4,616,541 72 $50,000 CO $105,525 00 7,728,331 02
00 ___________
130,000 00 _________
145,000 00
10,000 00

___________

10,000 00

_____ _________
27,049 93
12,000 C __ ■
O
1,862,564 73 1,437,180 73
17,051 31
8,133 34
81,466 64 ___________ --------------421,532 68
298,162 21
10,000 00
26 33
502,809 81 ___________ ---------------------------14,094 03

39 019 93
S.32L930 11
81,456 64
732,721 22
592,869 81
14,094 03

— —
50,000 00 _________ _________
265,095 39 ..........................................
329 50
__ _________ __________
224 88 _________

50,000 00
265,424 89
224 88

$10,188,870 48 $12,702,457 63 $217,276 19 $128,108 20 $23,236,712 50

T ota ls

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in-----------------------------S u r p lu s ____ _____________________________ Undivided profits, less expenses and
taxes p a i d _____________________ ________
Other existing profits, collected, b u t n ot
in undivided profits account-------- ——
Bills payable, including certificates o f
dep osit representing m oney b orrow ed .
Notes rediscounted --------------------------------Deposits due t o banks__________________
Dividends unpaid —--------------------------------Individual deposits subject t o check-----Savings d e p o s it s ------------------------------------Demand certificates o f deposit-------------Tim e certificates o f d p osit--------------------Certified checks _________________________
Cashier's checks ________________________
State, cou n ty and municipal deposits—
P osta l savings deposits--------------------------Other lia b ilit ie s _________________________
Deposits received from executors, ad­
m inistrators, guardians, receivers, etc.
Advances to court trusts------------------------

$860,000 00
100,000 00
148,042 00
16,632 74

2,797,818 68
251 50
5,074,780 93
______ _____
712 50
320,536 66
24,921 86
596,237 06
103,000 00
228,906 58
___________
------------------

$400,000 00 $200,000 00 $100,000 00 $1,500,000 00
400,000 00 _________ _________
500,000 00
163,501 48 _________
.................

28,108 20

339,651 68

............... .......................

16,632 74

86,641 76
2,884,490 44
____ ______ _________ _________
251 50
___________ _________ _________
5,074,789 90
11,428,205 69
11,428,206 69
___________ _________ —_______
712 50
___________ _________ _________
300,636 66
___________ ____ _____ _________ 24,921 86
________ _________ ____ ____ ____
596,237 06
120,000 00
220,000 00
104,108 70 _________
___________
------------------

_________

333,015 28

17,051 31 _________
224 88 _________

17,06131
224 88

T otals
$10,188,870 48 $12,702,457 63 $217,276 19 $128,108 20 $23,236,712 50

Trust Resources—

Court trusts

Personal
assets received
from
executors,
adm inistrators,
as­
signees, receivers o r trustees------$5,000 00
T ru st investments:
(a ) Personal p r o p e r t y __________
1,116,196 25
(b ) Real prop erty -------- ------------389,750 00
Due from ban ks-------------------- -------79,898 83
Cash on hand--------------------------------- ------------------

T o ta l ___________ ______________

$1,500,845 08

Trust Liabilities—

court trusts
Personal
assets
received
from
executors,
adm inistrators,
as­
signees!, r ceivtrs o r trustees____
$5,000 00
Trusts held in ca p a city o f execu­
tor, adm inistrator, guardian, as­
signee,' receiver o r trustee_______
1,585,845 08
P riv ate trusts, specially designated
and construed as court trusts,
under s u p e rv is io n _____ ________ _____________
T o ta l .............................................. $1,590,845 08

Private trusts, not sptcially designated as court trusts, are not under Supervision of State Banking
Department.
FRASER
No t e .— The above statement includes the business o f branch offices at San Francisco.

Digitized for


55

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

45.

“ THE STOCKTON SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETY.”
STOCKTON.
Incorporated August 13, 1867.

Officers—E. L. W ilhoit, President; A. W . Simpson, Vice-President; T. E. C onnolly, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier; H . T. Holm es, Assistant Uashier; T. H. Heffernan, Assistant Cashier;
J. W. Pearce, Assistant Cashier.
Directors—R. E. W ilhoit, Geo. W . Grupe, Chas. E'. H olm an, M. D. E aton , Thom as F. B axter,
Albert T. Minahen, John H ancock, C. Parker H olt, A. W . Simpson, E. L. W ilhoit Thos. E.
C onnolly, W . B. Nutter, 0 . B. Parkinson.

S tatem ent of June 30, 1919.

Resources—
Loans and discounts__________________________
O v e r d r a ft s -------------- ---------------------------------------Bonds, warrants and other securities_________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures_______
Safe deposit vaults------------------------------------------Other real estate owned_______________________
Due from reserve banks_______________________
Due from other banks________________________
Actual cash on hand__________________________
Exchanges fo r clearing house_________________
Checks and other cash items__________________
Other resou rces________________ - _____________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)-----------------------Notes, drafts, or bills o f exchange (lim ited)-.
Totals.

Commercial

$i;593,156
18,019
91,808
9,500

32
67
03
00

295,604
45,307
199,633
90,426

28
05
14
20

$2,343,454 69

Savings
$3,409,488 92
980,309
279,000
13,500
1,986
410,216
2,564
158,503

10
00
00
06
56
58
45

Combined
$5,002,645 24
18,019 67
1,072,117 13
288,530 00
13,500 00
1,986 06
705,820 84
47,871 63
358,136 59
90,426 20

$5,255,568 67

$7,599,023 38

Capital stock paid in ..________ ______________________
$225,00O 00
$275,000 00
125,000 00
Surplus _____________________ ________ — - ..................... .
125,000 00
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes p a id---------156,783 89
199,726 54
Other existing profits collected, but n o t in undivided
profits a c c o u n t _______ _____ ____________________
Bills payable (including- certificates o f. deposit repre­
----------------senting m oney b orrow ed )-----------------------------------------Notes rediscounted __________________________________ ______ _____
Deposits, due to banks---------------------- : ------------------- -----38,282 86
623 03
Dividends u n p a id --------------------------------------------------------7,875 00
9,625 00
Individual deposits subject to check_________ _____ —
1,691,737 17
4,440,594 10
Savings d e p o s its _____________________________________-----------------Demand certificates o f deposit----------------------------------96,364 27
Time certificates o f deposit----------------------------------------------------------Certified ch e ck s __________________________________________
2,41150
Cashier’s c h e c k s ______________________________________
___________
205,000 00
State, cou n ty and municipal deposits.
P osta l savings deposits_______ _______
Other lia b ilitie s _______________ - ______

$500,000 00
250,000 00
356,510 43

Liabilities—

T o ta ls .




$2,343,454 69

$5,255,568 67

38,905
17,500
1,691,737
4,440,594
96,364

89
00,
17
10
27

2,411 50
205,000 00

$7,599,023 36

56

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS,

46, 46A, 46B, 46G.

THE OAKLAND BANK OF SAVINGS.
OAKLAND.
Incorporated A ugu st 21, 1867.

Officers—W . W . Garthwaite, President; W m . B. Dunning, Vice President; H enry R ogers, Vice President;
W . K. Cole, Vice President; J. Y . Eccleston, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; W . A . Shockley,
M anager Berkeley B ranch; G. W. Ellis, A ssistant Cashier and M anager E ast Oakland B ranch;
Samuel Brech, A ssistant Cashier: L. L. H otchkiss, Assistant Cashier and M anager Berkeley B ranch;
F. A. A llardt, Assistant Cashier; A . W . M oore, A ssistant Cashier; Jas. A . T hom pson , A ssistant
Secretary; A. E. Caldwell, A ssistant Secretary; A. G. Tasheira, A ttorn ey; D. A . Bul'more, Trust
Offic r.
Wr ctors—W . W . Garthwaite, W m . B. Dunning, H enry R ogers, J. Y. Eccleston, A. B orland, A. H .
Breed. George H. Collins, W . K. Cole, Jas. K. M offitt, M. L. Requa, H . O. Capwell.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.

Resources—

Commercial

Savings

Court trusts Private trusts

L oan3 and discounts------------------------1------ $3,012,013 57 $13,911,180 75 _________
9,C51 84 ___________ _________
O verdrafts —------------------------------------ ------B onds, w arrants and other securities.— 1,461,806 92 14,312,81509 $150,000 00
B ank premises, furniture and fixtures—
302,000 00 1,108,511 00 _________
S afe d eposit vaults______________________
Other real estate owned_________________
______________________ 264,82548
Due from reserve banks-------- 1---------------876,980 11
870,092 29
Due from other banks__________________
11,115 69
163,883 46 ___________
A ctual cash on hand____________________
369,662 34
.512,383 21
Exchanges fo r clearing house___________
362,560 14 ___________ _________
Checks and other cash items___________
63,164 31
454,433 40
Other r e s o u r c e s ----- -------- -----------------------220,538 80
192,736 76
T ota ls

Combined

_________ $16,923,194 32
_________
9,061 84
$100,000 00 16,014,622 01
J...... ........
1,410,511 00

_________
__________

264,82548
1,747,072 40
174,999 15
882,045 55
362,560 14
517,597 71
413,275 56

$6,831,661 49 $31,626,977 98 $161,115 69 $100,000 00 $38,719,755 16

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in___________________
S u r p lu s _________ ’________________________
Undivided profits, less expenses ana
taxes p a i d _____________________________
Other existing profits, collected, b u t n ot
in undivided profits account__________
Bills payable, including certificates o f
dep osit representing m oney borrow ed .
N otes r e d is c o u n te d _____________________
Deposits due t o banks__________________
Dividends u n p a i d _______________________
Individual deposits subject t o check----Savings d e p o s it s ____________ ____________
Demand certificates o f d eposit--------------Tim e certificates o f d p osit---------- ---------Certified checks _________________________
Cashier’s checks ________________________
State, cou n ty and municipal deposits—
P osta l Savings deposits--------------------------Other lia b ilit ie s _________________________
Deposits received fro m executors, ad­
m inistrators, guardians, receivers, etc.
T ota ls

Trust Resources—

$300,000 00
450,000 00
*7,206 41

200,000 00

$750,000 00 $100,000 00 $100,000 00 $1,250,000 00
530,000 00
50,030 00 ______ _
1,030,000 00
64,106 25 _________

— ............

_______ ______ _____

56,899 84

200,000 00

408,329 75
1,575 03
409,904 78
75,106 00 ___________ _________ _________
75,100 00
4,368,194 79
4,368,194 79 ___________ _________ _________
____________ ,38,652,934 73
28,652,934 73
28,137 62 ----------- ------------------------ --------------28,137 62
______________________ 300 00
30000
293,041 02
293,041 02 ___________ _________ _________
009,560 24 ___________ _________ _________
009,500 24
22,881 04
662,482 24
685,363 28
83,617 44
___________

965,579 73
___________

1,049,197 17
11,115 69 _________

11,115 69

$6,831,661 19 $31,626,977 98 $161,115 69 $100,000 00 $38,719,755 16
Court trusts

P ersonal
assets
received
from
executors,
adm inistrators,
asssignees, receivers o r trust es------$422,321 52
T ru st investments:
(a ) Personal p r o p e r t y __________
877,799 46
(b ) R eal p r o p e r t y _______________
333,020 40
Due from banks___________________
101,789 65
Cash on hand-------------------- - ................... .............. —

T o ta l ............. — ............................ $1,734,931 03

Trust Liabilities—

court trusts

Personal
assets received
fro m
executors,
adm inistrators,
as­
signees, receivers o r trustees____
$422,321 52
Trusts held in ca p a city o f execu­
tor, adm inistrator, guardian, as­
signee, receiver o r trustee------------ 1,312,009 51
P rivate trusts, specially designated
and construed as cou rt trusts,
under s u p e rv is io n _______________ ___________
T o ta l ---------- ---------- -------------------

$1,734,931 03

Private trusts, not specially designated as court trusts, are not under supervision o f State Banking
Department.
’Deficit.
Vo t e .—The above statement includes the busin ss of branch offices at Oakland and Berkeley.




57

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

51.

“ SANTA CRUZ BANK OF SAVINGS AND LOAN,” .
SANTA CRUZ.
Incorporated March 10, 1870.

Officers—W m . T. Jeter, President; W m . T. Sesnon, Vice-President; S. A. Palm er, Vice-President;
Geo. S. T a it, Jr., Secretary; Ed. Daubenbis Treasurer and Cashier; U. M. T hom pson, Assistant
Cashier.
Directors—William T1 Jeter, S. A. Palmer, H. E. Irish, W m. T. Sesnon, W . H . L am b, F. H. Davis,
.
J. W. Dickenson.

S tatem ent of June 30, 1919.

Resources

Commercial
Loans and discounts___________ ____ _________________
___________
-O v e r d r a fts ____________________________________________
___________
B onds, warrants and other securities........ ........ ........................... ..........
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures________________
___________
Safe deposit v a u lt s ..____ _____ _______ _______________
___________
Other real estate owned_______________________________
___________
Due from reserve b an k s..^ ____________________________
___________
Due from other banks________ ________ _______ ______
___________
A ctual cash on hand_____________ ________ ___________
___________
Exchanges fo r clearing hou se..'_______________________
___________
Checks and other cash items__________________________
___________
Other re s o u rc e s _______________________________________
___________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)---------------------------------------------------Notes, drafts, o r bills o f exchange (limited')_______ _
___________
T o ta l_________________________________ _______________

Savings

Combined

$951,935 00 .................. .
___________
335,727 05 ___________
42,000 00 ___________
1,000 00 ___________
18,494 25 ___________
101,963 39 ___________
___________
___________
71,493 59 ___________
________ _______ _________
___________
___________
1,774 98 ___________
---------------------------------162,500 00 ____ ______

___________

$1,686,888 26

..

___________
___________
.................—

$125,000 00
28,500 00
2,520 67

..
..

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in_________________________________
S u rp lu s____ ______________________ ________ ___________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid............
Other existing profits collected, but not in undivided
profits a c c o u n t _______________ .-_________________ . . . .
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b o r r o w e d )....................................... .......
Notes red iscou n ted ____________________________________
Deposits, due to banks------------------------------------------------Dividends u n p a id _____________________________________
Individual deposits subject to check_________________
Savings deposits ...____________________________________
Demand certificates o f deposit________________________
Tim e certificates o f deposit___________________________
Certified checks _______________________________ ________
Cashier’s checks
------------------------------------- ------------State, cou nty and municipal deposits------------------------P osta l savings deposits---------------------------------------------Other lia b ilitie s ________________________ '______________
Total.




___________

___________

.....................
___________
-----------------___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
---------------------------------------------------___________

................... .
___________
--------------5,042 25
1,525,825 34
___________
___________
___________
___________
---------------------------------------------------___________
$1,686,888 26

58

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

53 AND 53A.

“ PETALUMA SAVINGS BANE.”
PETALUMA.
Incorporated September l , 1870.

Officers—Prank H . Denman, President; Geo. P. McNear, Vice-President; John L aw lor, Jr., Secre­
tary, Treasurer and Cashier; A. P. Behrens, A ssistant Cashier and Assistant Treasurer.
Directors—Prank H. Denman, George P McNear, S cott Bowles, W . C . Keig, John R, Denman,
W m . H . Zartm an, J. T . O’Brien, J. W . Elder, N. Tom asi.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.

Resources—
L oa n s and discounts___________ - ___________
O v e r d r a ft s -------- ------------------------------------ ------B onds,' warrants and other securities___ a—
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures_______
S afe deposit vaults---------------------------------------Other real estate owned____________ ______
Due from reserve banks_____________________
Due from other banks_______________________
A ctual cash on hand-------------------------------------E xchanges fo r clearing house________________
Checks and other cash items________________
Other res ou rces ___________________ : ________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)_______________
N otes, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (limited)

Commercial
------------------

Savings
$1,077,491 65

Combined
___ '_______

.....................
-----------------

348,787 38
17,000 00

___________
............. .

12,760
74,380
35,022
33,744
2,393
127
474

T otal.

20
19
66
68
99
46
61

..
..
..
..
..
..

$1,602,182 82

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid, in .---------------------------------------- ---------S u rp lu s ________________________________________________
Undivided profits, le$s expenses and taxes paid______
Other existing profits collected, b ut n o t in undivided
profits a c c o u n t --------------------------------------------------------Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney borrow ed )------------- ------- --------------------N otes red iscou n ted ---------- ------------- -----------------------------Deposits, due to banks-------------- ------- --------------------------Dividends u n p a id _____________________________________
Individual deposits subject t o check---------------------------Savings d e p o s its _______ ______ a______________________
Demand certificates o f deposit------------------------------------Tim e certificates o f d ep osit.____ _____________________
Certified checks
............. ---------------------------- ——--------——
Cashier’s c h e c k s ----------------- -------- -------------------------------State, cou n ty and m unicipal deposits------------------------P o s ta l savings deposits-----------------------------------------------Other lia b ilities_______________________________________

-----------------___________
___________

$100,000 00
35,000 00
51,339 71

_ :
_
___
___

------------------

316 42

___

---------------------------------------------------_______ ___
------------- i__
___________
-----------------___________
----------------------------------------------------------------------___________

----------------------------------— _____ _
___________
___________
1,383,970 38
-----------------26,826 81
----------------------------------4,500 00
♦— ........... 229 50

T o t a l............................... .......... ............ .......... ..................... ............................ ' $1,602,182 82
N o t e .— T he a b o v e sta te m e n t includes th e business' o f a b r a n c h office a t P e ta lu m a .




----------------------------------___________
___________
---------a-----------------------___________
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

59

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

54, 54A AND 54B.

“ COLUSA COUNTY BANK.”
COLUSA.

Incorporated September 15, 1870.
Officers—B. H . B urton, President; T: H arrington , Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; W . H . H a r­
rington, A ssistant Cashier; W . H . L ovelace and B o y M axey, Branch Managers.
Directors—B. H . B urton, T . H arrington, M. J. B ogg s, E lliott McAllister, A lfred S. Tubbs.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.
R e sO U tc eS — ■

Commercial

Loans and discounts----------------------------------------------- $2,379,714 91
O v e r d r a fts _______ ______ ................. 1........ - .......................
35,874 37
B onds, warrants and other securities—........................ —
746,644 56 '
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures------------------------48,500 00
Safe deposit vaults----------------------------------- ---------- ------------------------,
Other real estate owned----------------------------------------------------------------352,841 51
Due from reserve banks-----------------------------------------------Due from other banks-------------------------------------------------------------------A ctual cash on hand-------- f ---------------------- ------- -----------168,199 45
Exchanges fo r clearing house------------------------------------- - -----------------Checks and other cash items__________________________
8,092 76
Other r e s o u rc e s _______________________________________
26,683 19
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)________________________
___________
Notes, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)_________
___________
T o ta l— ............. .............. — ........ .....................- ........— .

Savings

Combined

___________
__________ _
___________
___________
___________
-----------------___________
-----------------___________
-----------------___________
-----------------___________
___________

$3,766,550 75 _____________

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in.,----- ------- ------- ---------------------------Surplus
____________________________________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid______
Other existing profits collected, b ut n ot in undivided
profits a c c o u n t ---------------------------------------------------------Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )-----------------------------------------Notes red iscou n ted ___________________________________
Deposits, due to banks------------------------------------------------- =
Dividends u n p a id _____________________________________
Individual deposits subject to check--------------------------Savings d e p o s its ----------------------- ------------------- --------------Demand certificates o f deposit__________ _____________
Time certificates o f'd e p o s it........ .........................................
Certified c h e c k s _______________________________________
Cashier’s checks ______________________________________
State, cou nty and municipal deposits________________
P osta l savings deposits__________ _____________________
Other lia b ilitie s _______________________________________
T o ta l_ ____ _________________________________________
_

$500,000 00
250,000 00
199,549 55

_______ ___ j
___________
___________

-----------------___________
-----------------___________
1,476,011 59.
1 ---------------- ' ..
46,359 52
1,081,900 61
___________
___________
205,000 DO
___________
7,729 48 _
$3,766,550 75

N o t e .— T h e a b o v e s ta te m e n t includ es th e business o f b r a n c h offices a t M a x w e ll an d G rim es.




60

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS,

57.

“ BANK OF NAPA.”
NAPA.
Incorporated October 5, 1891.

Officers—S. M. Chapman, President and Treasurer; Henry B row n, Secretary and Cashier.
Directors—S. M. Chapman, Henry Brown, F. E. T ru bod y , R. S. H olden, L. J. N orton , H . C.
H olden, R. P . Lam din, P . S. King, D. C. B row n, Louise M. Chapm an, W . D. Mansfield,
N. P . Nielson, S. E. Lester, Nina C. Deweese, Levi Chapm an, Geo. M. Chapm an, Nina G'.
Deweese Starr.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.

Resources—
L oans and discounts---------------------- ------- -------O verdrafts __________________________________
B onds, warrants and other securities___
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures— -— .
Safe deposit vaults_______________ ___________
Other real estate owned------------- ---------- --------Due from reserve banks--------------------------------Due from other banks___________________ _____
A ctual cash on hand________________________
E xchanges fo r clearing house________________
Checks and other cash items________________
Other resources — ______ ____________________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)______________
Notes, d ra fts, or bills o f exchange (limited).
T o ta ls __________________________ ____ ___________ _____

Commercial
$473,462
7,026
200,244
39,000

50
97
00
00

Sayings
$604,345 00
129,555 00

Combined
$1,077,807
7,026
329,799
39,000

50
97
00
00

4,425 00
31,756 03

54,217 42

4,425 00
85,973 45

24,363*65

30,536 50

54,900 15

5,504 60
9,854 42

5,504 60
9,854 42

$795,637 17

$818,653 92

$1,614,291 09

$150,000 00
50,000 00
124,667 97

$25,000 00
' 50,000 00
____________

$175,000 00
100,000 00
124,667 97

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in_________________________________
Surplus ____ ____ ________________________ ____ _____ __
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid______
Other existing profits collected, b u t n ot in undivided
profits a c c o u n t ______________________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f d eposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )-----------------------------------------Notes re d is co u n te d __________________ ________________
Deposits, due to banks_______ ____ ____ _______ _______
Dividends unpaid -------- ------------------------------------------------Individual deposits subject to check--------------------------Savings deposits - -------- -------------------- -------- -----------------Demand certificates o f deposit------------------------------------Time certificates o f deposit-----------------------------------------Certified c h e ck s _______________________________________
Cashier’s checks ______________________________________
State, cou n ty and m unicipal deposits------------------------P o s ta l savings deposits---------------------- -------------------------Other lia b ilities_______________________________________
T o t a ls .




30,000 00

30,000 00

1,510 48

1,510 48

345,942 34
__________
4,698 50
6,110 90

743,653 92
„ __________

345,942
743,653
4,698
6,110

34
92
50
93

75,981 98

75,981 98

6,725 00

6,725 00

$795,637 17

$818,653 $2

$1,614,291 09

61

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

61.

SAVINGS BANK OF SANTA ROSA.
SANTA ROSA.
Incorporated March 10, 1873.

Officers—J. R. Edwards, President; Corlielius Shea, Vice-President; R. A. Belden, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier; A. G. W right, Assistant Cashier.
Directors—N. B acigalupi, Cornelius Shea, P. H . Denman, P. T. H ahm an, A. Trembiey,
J. R. Edwards, C. D. Barnett.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.

Resources—
Loans and discounts________ ______ _______________ ___
O v e r d r a ft s ____________________________________________
Bonds, warrants and other securities________ ______
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures_______ _________
Safe deposit vaults.................................. ............ , ------------Other real estate owned-----------------------------------------------Due from reserve banks-----------------------------------------— Due from other banks----- ------------------- ------- ---------------A ctual cash on hand__________________________________
Exchanges fo r clearing house_________________________
-Checks and other cash item s---------------------------------------Other res ou rces _______________________________________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)______________- - ________
Notes, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)--------

Commercial
$989,165 66
3,609 37
33,842 00

103,112 44
50,000 00
13,531 95
84,017 44

Combined
$1,764,594 41
3,609 37
136,954 44
50,000 00
13,531
199,175
17,762
114,131
25,709
1,351
201,269

95
71
12
23
76
63
06

27
12
92
76
63
06

■140,350 00

---------------------------------------- ---------------------- -------

$1,330,533 79

$1,197,555 89

$2,528,089 68

Capital stock paid in--------------------------------------------------Surplus ------------------- ------- --------------------------------- ---------—
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes p a id ______
Other existing profits collected, but n ot in undivided
profits account __________________________________ Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )___________________________
Notes re d is co u n te d -------- ------- -------------------------------------Deposits, due to banks— --------------- ------------------- -------Dividends u n p a id _____________________________________
Individual deposits subject to check__________________
Savings d e p o s it s -------- ---------------------------------------------- —
Demand certificates o f deposit________________________
Time certificates o f deposit-----------------------------------------certified checks'_______________________________________
Cashier’s checks ______________________________________
State, county and municipal deposits________________
P osta l savings deposits-------- ------- ------------- -----------------Other lia b ilitie s___________________________________ .—

$225,000 00
25,000 00
20,942 80

$75,000 00
35,000 00
15,418 26

$300,000 00
60,000 00
36,361 06

T otals

115,158
17,762
83,015
25,709
1,351
60,919

Savings

$775,428 75

31,115 31 .

Liabilities—

T o t a ls




6,541 40
4 50
764,994 27
-1,051,519 63
27,061 78
242,861 93
642 11

6,541
4
764,994
1,051,519
27,061
242,861
642

40
50
27
63'
78
93
11

20,618 00

20,618 00
17,485 00

$1,197,555 89

$2,528,089 68

17,485 00
$1,330,533 79

62

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

62 AND 62A.

SALINAS CITY BANK.
SALINAS.

Incorporated M ay 10, 1873.
Officers—H arry W inham, President; W . J. Irvine, Vice-President; Elmer P . Alexander, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier; c . J. Tulle, Assistant Cashier; R. E. W alsh, A ssistant Cashier and
A ssistant Secretary; P . A. Smith, Assistant Cashier.
Directors—S. P . Anderson,' W . J. Irvine, J. A. A rm strong, H a rry W inham , H enry Bardin, Manuel
Pontes, Elmer McKinnon.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.

Resources—
L oans and discounts_______________ ______ _
O v e r d r a ft s _______ '--------- -----------------------------B onds, warrants and other securities_______ _
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures______
Safe deposit vaults----------------- ------------------Other real estate owned_____________________
Due from reserve hanks_____ ________________
Due fro m other banks_______________________
A ctual cash on hand------------------- - ----------------Exchanges fo r clearing house_______________
Cheeks and other cash items........ ............ ........
Other res ou rces _____________________________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)_______________
Notes, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (limited)
T otals.

Commercial

Savings

111,843 40

16,745 14
40,312 11

Combined
$1,498,999 06
6,935 09
453,287 10
80,021 20
5,500 00
16,745 14
152,155 51

72,718 36

41,965 00

114,683 36

$726,383
6,935
146,860
80,021
5,500

81
09
05
20
00

$772,615 25
306,427 05

6,118 42

6,118 42

$1,156,380 33

$1,178,064 55

$2,334,444 88

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in------------------------- ------- -----------------Surplus
----------------- ------------- -----------------------------------Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes p a id _____
Other existing profits collected, but n ot in undivided
profits a c c o u n t -------------------- —------- -------------------- *
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )___________________________
Notes re d is co u n te d ___________________________________
Deposits, due to banks________________________________
Dividends u n p a id _____________________________________
Individual deposits subject to check--------------------------Savings deposits ........... ...........................................—--------Demand certificates o f deposit________ ________ ______Time certificates o f deposit_______________________ ____
Certified ch eek s_______________________________________
C ashier’s c h e c k s _____ j_______________________________
.
State, cou n ty and m unicipal deposits________________
P o s ta l savings deposits-----------------------------------------------Other lia b ilities__________________________ —___________
T otals.

$220,000 00
55,000 00
50,303 83

______ . ____
___________
1,430 70
6,170 00
640,355 25
------------------.
807 81
114,444 73
904-00
3 00
64,000 00
-----------------2,961 01
$1,156,380 33

$80,000 00
27,000 00
____ ___

1,070,700 04-

364 51

$1,178,064 55

N o t e .—T h e a b o v e s ta te m e n t includes th e busin ess o f a b r a n c h office a t S o le d a d .




$300,000 00
82,000 00
50,303 83

1,430
6,170
640,355
1,070,700
807
114,444
904
3
64,000
364
2,961

70
00
25
04
81
73
00
00
00
51
01

$2,334,444 88

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

64.

63

BANK OF MARTINEZ.
MARTINEZ.
Incorporated O ctober 7, 1873.

Officers—W . S. Tinning, President; A. E. Dunkel, Vice-President; W . A. Hale, Secretary, Treasurer
and Cashier; F. R. Jones, Assistant Cashier; w . D. Stockstader, Assistant Cashier.
Directors—W . S. Tinning, W . A. Hale, Jas. E. R odgers, A. E. Dunkel, T hom as B. Fernandez.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.

Resources

Commercial

Savings

Loans and d iscou n ts.......... .-.________ ____ ____________
$157,582 17
$598,977 77
O v e r d r a ft s _______________________________________ ____
755 65 ___________
B onds, warrants and other securities______________
194,386 56
275,219 02
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures................................
20,84025
18,750 00
Safe deposit vaults________ ____ ______________________
___________
___________
Other real estate ow n ed .____ __________________ ____ _
___________
18,818 83
Due from reserve banks__________________________________
76,68979
76,978 92
Due from other banks_________________________________
1,288 21 ___________
A ctual cash on hand_____________________________________
48,65501
26,017 27
Exchanges fo r clearing house_________________________
___________
_________
Checks f nd other cash items_________________ ________
6,875 94 _________ _
Other resou rces_______________________________________
1,800 74 ___________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)_______________ 1_______
___________
___________
Notes, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)_____ _______ ___________ __________ _
Totals.

Combined
$756,559
755
469,605
39,590

94
65
58*
25

18,818
153,668
1,288
74,672

53
71
21
28

6,875 94
1,800 74

$508,874 32

$1,014,761 51

$1,523,635 83

$75,000 00
35,000 00
5,478 90

$25,000 00
75,000 00
7,929 34

$100,000 00
110,000 00
13,408 24

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in_________________________________
Surplus ________ ____________________ —------- -----------------—
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes*paid______
Other existing profits collected, but n ot in undivided
profits a c c o u n t --------------------------- ------- -------------------Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney borrow ed )-----------------------------------------Notes rediscounted ___________________________________
Deposits, due to banks............... ................... .....................
Dividends u n p a id ____________________________________ Individual deposits subject t o check-------------------------Savings d e p o s its ---------------------------------------------------------Demand certificates o f deposit________________________
Tim e certificates o f deposit----------- =
.------------ ---------------Certified ch e c k s _______________________________________
Cashier’s checks ______________________________________
State, cou n ty and municipal deposits------------------------P osta l savings deposits---------------------- -------------- ---------Other lia b ilitie s ------------------------------------------- ------= ------T o ta ls .




___________

14,187 67

337,708 22
__________
57 94-

___________
906,832 17
___________

337,708 22
906,832 17
57 94

715 93
725 66
" 40,000 00

...... ..............
___________
___________

715 93
725 66
40.000 00

$508,874 32

$1,014,761 51

$1,523,635 83

14,187 67

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

64

65.

“ BANK OF DIXON.”
DIXON.
Incorp orated October 30, 1873.

Officers—L. P. Hall, President; C. E. Clausen, Vice-President; R. Moss, Secretary, Treasurer and
Cashier; B. C. Fontana, Assistant Cashier.
Directors—J. H . Petersen, H . G. Brown, C. E. Clausen, L. P. H all, R. J. Currey, W . H . Garnett,
E . D. Dudley.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.

Resources—
L oa n s and discounts_______ _________________
O v e r d r a ft s ----- ---------------------------------------------B onds, warrants and other securities_______
B ank premises, furniture and fixtures_______
Safe deposit vaults------------------------- ---------- —_
Other real estate owned_____________________
Due from reserve banks_____________________
Due from other banks______________________
A ctual cash on hand------------------------------------Exchanges fo r clearing house_______________
Checks and other cash items_______________
Other resou rces_____________________________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)______________
N otes, d rafts, o r bills o f exchange (limited).
Totals.

Commercial
$538,352 93
2,333 34
108,092 83
17,500 00

Savings
$302,233 64
168,630 00
6,500 00

Combined.
$840,586 57
2,333 34
276,722 83
24,000 00

128,236 58

11,319 96

139,556 54

30,420 10
11,685 34
5,656 42

11,409 36

41,829 46
11,685 34
5,656 42

$842,277 54

$500,092 96

$1,342,370 50

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in--------------------------------------------------$200,000 00
Surplus ___ _
_____________________________________ 45,000 00
Undivided profits, less expanses und taxes p a id .l____
32,194 38
Other existing profits collected, but n ot in undivided
profits a c c o u n t --------------------------------------------------------Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )___________________________
___________
No.tes rediscounted ___________________________________
___________
Deposits, due to banks________________________________
___________
Dividends u n p a id _____________________________________
7,906 50
Individual, deposits subject to check-------- ---------- ........
445,641 93
Savings d e p o s its ______________________________________
___________
Demand certificates o f deposit------- ---------------------------420 48
Time certificates o f deposit____________________________
40,828 42
Certified ch e ck s __________________________________
250 00
Cashier’s checks ________________________________ '-------8,235 17
State, county and m unicipal deposits----------._________
57,020 66
P osta l savings deposits----- ------- ---------------------------------------------------Other lia b ilities_______________________________________
4,780 00
T o ta ls .




$842,277 54

$25,900 00
$225,900 00
24,100 00
69,100 00
_____________________ 32,19438

450,092 96

7,906
445,641
450,092
420
40,828
250
8,235
57,020

50
93
96
48
42
00
17
66

4,780 00
$500,092 96.

$1,342,370 50

65

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

68.

‘ ‘ THE BANK OF L A K E / ’
LAKEPORT.
Incorporated March 19, 1874.

Officers—M. S. Sayre, President; A. Levy, Vice-President; F. A. Greene, Secretary, Treasurer and
Cashier; D. W . Greene, Assistant Cashier, Assistant Secretary and A ssistant Treasurer.
Directors—L. H . Enemark, W . E. Greene, M. S. Sayre, A. L evy, Jos. L evy, F red, A. Greene,
W . C. M oore.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.

Resources—
Loans and discounts__________________________________
O v e r d r a ft s ___________________________________________
B onds, warrants and other securities________ ____ ___
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures------------------------Safe deposit vaults------------------------- ------- ---------------------Other real estate owned_______________________________
Due from reserve banks-----------------------------------------------Due from other banks________________________________
A ctual cash on hand---------------------------------------------------Exchanges fo r clearing house--------------------------------------Checks and other cash items__________________________
Other res ou rces ---------------------------------------- ------- -----------Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)------------------------------------Notes, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)-------------T o ta l____________ ____ __________ _________ ______ ____

Commercial

Savings

$104,820 85 ___________
315 97 ............... .....
150,482 76 ___________
10,000 00 __________ _
----------------------------------___________
___________
32,071 87 ___________
___________
___________
19,586 64 ___________
------------------ ------------------60 00 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------$317,338 09

___________

$50,070 00
20,000 00
11,669 04

___________
' ___________
___________

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in_________________________________
Surplus _______________________________________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid---------Other existing profits collected, but n ot in undivided
profits account _____________________________________
Bills p a y a b le (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney borrow ed )----------------- -----------------------Notes rediscounted ___________________________________
Deposits, due to banks!------------------------------------------------Dividends u n p a id _____________________________________
Individual deposits subject t o check------------------------Savings d e p o s it s ---------------------------------------------------------Demand certificates o f deposit------------------------------------Tim e certificates o f deposit__________________________
Certified checks -1--------------------------------------------------------Cashier’s checks ___________________________ .---------------State, cou nty and municipal deposits------------------------P osta l savings deposits------------------------------------------- —Otl^er lia b ilitie s _______________________________________
T o t a l.




-------- --------___________
----------------3,759 90
164,233 81
----------------------------------67,580 34
25 00
----------- *—----------------------------------___________
$317,338 09

Combined

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

66

71.

BANK OF WATSONVILLE.
WATSONVILLE.
Incorporated M ay 11, 1874.

Officers—H . S. Fletcher, President; L. W . Sanborn, Vice-President; W . R. R adcliff, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier.
Directors—H. S. Fletcher, E. S. Bockius, L. W . Sanborn, W . R. R adcliff, L . S. Alexander.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.
R esou rces—

L oans and discounts----- -----------O v e r d r a ft s --------------------B onds, warrants and other securities________________
B ank premises, furniture an d fixtures...... ............
Safe deposit vaults___________________________________
Other real estate owned_______________________________
Due from reserve banks------------------------------- ------- --------Due from other banks--------------------------------------------------A ctual cash o n hand---------- j----------------------------------------Exchanges fo r clearing house _______________________
Checks and other cash items----------------------------------------Other resou rces_______________________________________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)________________________
Notes, drafts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)_________
T o t a l . .______ ______ ____ __________ _________________

Commercial

Savings

$335,871 64
2 92
71,830 00
35,000 00
____________
___________
119,921 93
52,263 99
48,044 70
___________
5,128 56
34,022 00
___________
___________
$702,085 74

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in--------------------------------------------------Surplus ------------------------------------------------------------------------ ■
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid______
Other existing profits collected, but n ot in undivided
. profits a c c o u n t --------------------------------------------------------Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )___________________________
Notes red iscou n ted __________________________ .________
Deposits, due t o banks________________________________
Dividends u n p a id _____________________________________
Individual deposits su bject t o check—.'______________
Savings d e p o s its ______________________________________
Demand certificates o f deposit________________________
Tim e certificates o f d ep o sit.—________________________
Certified ch e ck s _______________________________________
Cashier’s c h e c k s ______________________________________
State, cou nty and municipal deposits------------------------P osta l savings deposits_______________________________
Other lia b ilities_______________________________________
T otal.




$100,000 00
75,000 00
37,768 22

5,000 00
460,550 37
________ —.
14,567 15
___________
6,700 00
___________
-----------------—. ------------2,500 00
$702,085 74

___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
----------------------------------------------------

Combined

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

72.

67

BANK OF TEHAMA COUNTY.
BED BLUFF.
Incorporated September 5, 1874.

Officers— W. B. C ahoone, President; H . C. Swain, Vice-President; Erie Gans, Secretary, Treasurer,
and Cashier.
Directors—W. B. Cahoone, P. E. Cushing, W . G. M oore, H . C. Swain, Erie Gans.

S tatem ent o f June 30, 1919.
H>€S0'UTC€8 ----

Commercial

L oa n s and discounts__________________________________
O verdrafts . ............... ........... —........ .....................................
Bonds, warrants and other securities------------------------Bank premises, furniture and fixtures______ ______ —
Safe d eposit vaults__________ ________ - _____ ____ ____
Other real estate owned____________ ____ _____________
Due from reserve b a n k s._________________________ _____
Due from other banks____ ____ _______________________
A ctual cash on hand---------------------------- ------- ------------- Exchanges fo r clearing house_____________________ . . . .
Checks and other cash items________________ ____ ___
Other resou rces_______________ ____________ __________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)______________ _________
Notes, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)_________

$1,500,135 94
2,694 84
611,026 58
65,380 41
___________
___________
660,561 19
7,086 32
142,095 10
___________
20,106 57
___________
___________
___________

T o t a l ..__________ ________ _______ ___________________

$3,009,086 95

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in____ ____ _______________ . ........ .
Surplus _______________________________________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid______
Other existing profits collected, but n ot in undivided
profits a c c o u n t _____________________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney borrow ed)___________________________
Notes re d is co u n te d ___________________________________
Deposits, due to banks________________________________
Dividends u n p a id ________________________
Individual deposits subject t o check_________________
Savings d e p o s its ________________ . . . . _________________
Demand certificates o f deposit_____ ___________ ______
Time certificates o f deposit_________________________ —
Certified c h e ck s _____ _____
Cashier’s c h e c k s ________________________ -_____________
State, cou n ty and municipal deposits________________
P osta l savings deposits______________ ____ ___________
Other lia b ilitie s ____ __________________________________
T o t a l.




$300,000 00
100,000 00
166,263 98.
123,393 01
___________
___________
801 42
6,000 00
1,022,370 01
___________
130,418 16
1,042,785 00
454 00
__________
116,101 37
___________
500 00
$3,009,086 95

Savings

Combined

68

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

74.

THE FARMERS BANK OF WHEATLAND.
WHEATLAND.
Incorporated O ctober 21, 1874.

Officers—A. C. Stagner, President; Price B la ck ford , Vice-President; J. F. B aun, Secretary;
P. T. Smith, Treasurer; R o y Smith, Cashier.
D irectors^ ,!. P. Baun, A. G. Oakley, Price B lack ford, Dunning Rideout, A. O. Stagner.

S t a t e m e n t ^ June 30, 1919.

Resources
L oans and discounts----------------------------------------------------O v e r d r a ft s ----------------- -------------------------------------------------B onds, warrants and other securities________________
B ank premises, furniture and iixtures_______________
Safe deposit vaults-------------------- ------- ---------------- ------- __
Other real estate owned_______________________________
Due from reserve banks______ __________________
Due from other banks__________________ ______________
A ctual cash on hand______________ ____ . ______________
E xchanges for-clearing house_________________________
Checks and other cash items_____ ____________________
Other resou rces____________ __________ _____ _________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)_________ '______________
N otes, drafts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)_________
T o ta ls ________________________________________
'

Commercial

Savings

Combined

$58,479 80
$58,383 06
$116,862
168 87 ___________
168
66,819 44
182,162 07
248,981
7,505 58 ___________
7,505
-------- ------------------------___________
___________
32,372608,82390 41,196
___________
___________
9,969 38
-5,837 45
15,806
___________
___________
80 93 ___________
80
28,243 17 ___________
28,243
___________
___________
___________
___________

86
87
51
58

50
83
93
17

$203,639 77

$255,206 48

$458,846 25

$25,000 00
500 00
2,428 88

$13,400 00
10,300 00
___________

$38,4CO 00
10,800 00
2,428 88

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in------------------Surplus . ------Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid______
Other existing profits collected, but n ot in undivided
profits a c c o u n t _____________________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney borrow ed )___________________________
Notes red iscou n ted ___________________________________
Deposits, due to banks________________________________
Dividends u n p a id _____________________________________
Individual deposits subject t o check_________________
Savings d e p o s its ______________________________________
Demand certificates o f deposit________________________
Tim e certificates o f deposit---------- ---------- ---------- ---------Certified ch e ck s _______________________________________
Cashier’s c h e c k s _______ ^_____________________________
State, cou nty and m unicipal d ep osits.-------- --------------P osta l savings d ep osits.____ _________________________
Other liabilities . . . ^____ ________ _____________________
T otals.




___________
______ ^____
___________
1,852 50
158,809 81
___________
3,428 58
-----------------20 00
___________
11,600 00
___________
__________ ,

___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
224,816 48
---------------------------------------------------___________
6,700 00
___________
-----------------

$203,639 77

$255,206 48

1,852
158.809
224,806
3,428

50
81
48
58

21 00
18,300 00

$458,846 25

69

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

75.

“ FARMERS SAVINGS BANK.”
LAKEPORT.
Incorporated December 14, 1874.

Officers—J. W . B ogg s, President; F. U . B ogg s, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier;
H. C. B ogg s, Assistant Cashier; GeO R. Smith, Assistant Cashier.
Directors—J. W . B ogg s, H. C. B ogg s, W . D. E antz, L. H . B ogg s, B. A. Price, Andrew Smith,
F . H . B oggs.
S t a t e m e n t o f J u n e 30. 1919.

Resources—
L oans and discounts........................ ..................... . ........ .
O v e r d r a ft s _________ ____________
___________
B onds, warrants and oth er securities
. . .
_______
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures.........._................
Safe deposit vaults ______
. . ...............................
Other real estate ow n ed -. _____ . .
. . . . .
Due from reserve banks
. . . _______________
Due from other ban ks. . . _______________ _______
A ctual cash on h a n d . . ______ _________ ____ . . . . _
Exchanges fo r clearing house___ . . . ___________ . . .
Checks and other cash items___ _
___ ________ __
Other resources
_______________________ ________
Bankers’ acceDtances Oimitedl
Notes, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)— ___
Totals.

Commercial
$144,641 93
443 18
106,962 55
13,000 00

Savings
$147,720 00

710 00
48,037 94
32,141 67

710 00
48,037 94
11,309 64

691 50
20,010 00
___

_____

Combined
$292,361 93
_ 443 18
106,962 55
13,^00 00

43,451 31
691 50
20,010 00

___________

$366,638 77

$159,029 64

. $525,668 41

$80,000 00
20,000 00
2,294 75

$ 20,000 00

$100,000 00

5,000 00
1,330 21

25,000 00
3,624 96

8,324 26

5,038 02'

13,362 28

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in________________________
Surplus _______________________________________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid_______
Other existing profits collected, but n ot in undivided
profits a c c o u n t _____________________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f 'deposit repre­
senting m oney borrow ed )___________________________
Notes rediscounted ___________________________________
Deposits, due to banks________________________________
Dividends u n p a id _____________________________________
Individual deposits subject to check_________________
Savings d e p o s it s ______________________________________
Demand certificates o f deposit------------------------------------Time certificates o f deposit___________________________
Certified ch e c k s _______________________________________
Cashier’s checks ______________________________________
State, cou n ty and municipal deposits________________
P osta l savings deposits_______________________________
Other lia b ilitie s _______________________________________
T o ta ls .




___________
___________
___________
___________
255,994 91
____ ______
-----------------______ ------___________
___________
___________
___________
24 86
$366,638 77

_____________________ 255,994‘90
127,381 41
127,38141
150 00

130 00
$159,029 64

15000

154 86$525,668 41

70

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

76 AND 76A.

MERCED SECURITY SAVINGS BANK.
MERCED.
Jncorporated March n , 1875.

Officers—C. M. Smith, President; M. D. W ood , Vice-President; L . R. Fancher, Vice-President;
J. H . Sim onson, Vice-President; H . B. S toddard, Secretary, Treasurer, Manager and Cashier;
O.
A. Turner, Assistant Cashier; H. M. H am bly, A ssistant Cashier; Clark R. R alston, Assist­
ant Cashier; D. E. W ood , A ssistant Cashier.
Directors—L. R. Fancher, J. H . Sim onson, Alice P. Smith, E. J. T hom as, J. D. W o o d , D. Luchesi,
C. P. R alston, M. D. W ood , H. B. S toddard, J. P . C agliardo, Clarence M. Smith.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.
R esou rces

L oa n s and discounts___________ ______________ ____ _
O v e r d r a ft s _______ '......... ............ ............. ............................
B onds, warrants and other securities________ ________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures________________
Safe deposit vaults_________________________________ '. . .
Other real estate owned__________________________ ____
Due from reserve banks...... ................................... ............ Due from other banks_________________________________
A ctual cash on hand__________________________________
Exchanges fo r clearing-house_________________________
Checks and other cash items__________________________
Other resources ............. ....................................... .................
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)____ ___________________
Notes, drafts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)_________
T o t a l s ... .____ ___________

Commercial

$894,744 09
8,012 42
___________
___________
___________
6,377 15
142,334 14
8,727 18
74,187 44
___________
11,941 22
24,693 97
___________
___________
$1,171,014 61

Savings

$1,466,451 25
___________
394,911 45
67,000 00
'12,000 00
5,860 32
144,284 14
___________
46,782 90
___________
___________
___________
_____ ______
___________

Combined
$2,361,195
8,012
394,911
67.000

34
42
45
00

12.000 00
12,237
286,618
8,727
120,970

47
28
18
34

11,941 22
24,690 97

$2,137,29006 $3,308,304 67

Liabilities—
Capital stock paid in________________________________
Surplus __________________________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid--------Other existing profits collected, but n o t in undivided
profits account . . . __________________________________
Bills p ayable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b o n ow ed)___________________________
Notes rediscounted ___________________________________
Deposits, due to banks_____________________ _____ ____
Dividends u n p a id ________
Individual deposits subject to check--------------------------Savings d e p o s its ___ _____ ____________________________
Demand certificates o f deposit_______________________
Tim e certificates o f deposit___ i ______________________
Certified ch e ck s _______________________________________
Cashier’s c h e c k s ---------------------- -----------------------------------State, cou nty and m unicipal deposits------------------------P osta l savings deposits------------- ----------------------------------Other lia b ilities_______________________________________

$150,000 00
37,500 00
42,500 00
___________

$150,00000
50,00000
27,00300
___________

50,000 00
50,000 00 _______ _____
_________ -------------------------32,339 02
32,339 02 -----------------13,503 00
5,922 83
7,57717
843,717 25
843,717 25 -----------------1,774,089 61
___________
1,774,089 61
3,907 74
3,907 74 -----------------___________
___________
5,127 77
5,127 77 ---------------------------------------------------124,550 26
-----------------124,550 26
1,026 74
-----------------1,026 74
3,046 28
___________ '
3,046 28

T o ta ls __________________ __________ — _______________
$1,171,014 61 $2,137,290 06
N o t e .—T he above statem ent includes the business o f a branch office at A tw ater.




$300,000 00
87.500 00
69.500 00

$3,308,304 67

71.

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

77.

SONOMA VALLEY BANK.
SONOMA.
Incorporated June 9, 1875.

Officers—Frank M. Burris, President; F. T. Duhring, Vice-President; Jesse Burris, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier; R. E. Perkins, A ssistant Cashier.
Directors—Frank M. Burris, F. T. Duhring, Jesse Burris, Mrs. J. A. Burris, P . Hi. T hom pson.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.

Resources—
Loans and discounts_______ _______ _______ ________
O verdrafts
• B onds, warrants and other securities________________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures___ ______ ___ _
Safe deDOsit v a u l t s ______
. .
Other real estate owned .
_ ___ _
Due from reserve banks
Due from other banks________ _______________________
A ctual cash on hand__________
_
_ — ______
Exchanges fo r clearing- house
Other re s o u rc e s .........
Bankers’ aecentanees (limited^
Notes, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)_________
Totals.

Commercial
$213,917 63
372 63
113,783 67

Savings
$358,258 46
167,029 23
8,000 00

50,030 56
25,829”35

______
$408,933 84

Combined
$572,176
372
280,812
8,000

09
63
90
00

50,030 56
35,155 24

______
$568,442 93

60,964-59

______
$972,376 77

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in_______ _________________________
S u rp lu s___________ ____ _______________________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid______
Other existing profits collected, b ut n ot in undivided
profits account ______ ___________________ i --------------Bills p ayable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )— ........ — ________________
Notes rediscounted _____________________________ ____ _
Deposits, due t o banks________________________________
Dividends u n p a id _____________ -_______________________
Individual deposits subject to cheek--------------------------Savings d e p o s its ______________________________________
Demand certificates o f deposit____________ ____________
Time certificates o f deposit___________________________
Certified c h e c k s _______________________________________
Cashier's checks ______________________________________
State, cou n ty and municipal deposits.
P osta l savings deposits______________
Other lia b ilitie s ______________________
Totals.




40,100 00
30,000 00
27,237 75

___________
— ........ .......
___________
60 00
245,374 39
___________
5,241 55
55,920 15
___________
___________

$403,933 84

10.000 00
50,10000
50.000 00
80,03000
____________________ 27,23775

__________

_________
538,442 93
_________
____ _____

$568,442 93

CO 00

245,374
508,442
5,241
55,920

39
93
55
15

$972,376 77

72

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

78, 78A, 78B AND 78C.

“ SACRAMENTO BANK.”

SACRAMENTO.
Incorp orated February 4, 1875.
Officers—J. M. Henderson, Jr., President; Geo. W . Kramer, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier;
Frank H . Conn, Assistant Cashier.
Directors—A. Phillip Scheld, W . M. Bowers, J. M. Henderson, Jr:, W . S. Kendall, G. W . Kramer.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.

Resources

Commercial
L oans and discounts...... ........................... ............ ........ .............. .................
O verdrafts ____________________________________________
___________
Bonds, warrants and oth er securities________________
____ _______
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures________________
___________
S afe deposit vaults______________________ _____ _____ __
___________
Other real estate owned___________________ ____ _______
___________
Due from reserve banks_______________________________
___________
Due from other banks_________ ______________________
___________
A ctual cash on hand_______ ____ _____________________
___________
E xchanges fo r clearing house_________________________
___________
Checks and other cash items___ ____ _________________
___________
Other res ou rces _____ . ___________ ____ ______ _________
___________
___________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)_________________ _______
N otes, d ra fts, or bills o f exchange (lim ited)________
___________
T o ta l___________________ _____________________________

___________

Savings

Combined

$9,715,239 28
1,538,529 21
328,129 98
7,240 67
79,300 80
1,045,544 08
_____ I ____
300,069 11
27,243 02
33,013 42
289,585 42
___________
___________
$13,363,894 99

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in_________________________________
S u rp lu s________ ____ __________________________ _____
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes p a id ..........~ Other existing profits collected, b ut n ot in undivided
profits a c c o u n t ____ ____ _____________ _____________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )___________________________
N otes rediscounted ___________________________________
Deposits, due to banks________________________________
Dividends u n p a id _________________ ____ ______________
Individual deposits subject to check--------------------------Savings d e p o s its _____________________ ________________
Demand certificates^ o f d eposit________________________
Tim e certificates o f deposit___________________________
Certified ch e c k s _______________________________________
Cashier’ s c h e c k s ................. ................... — ...........- ........ —
State, cou n ty and m unicipal deposits------------------------P o s ta l savings deposits----------- ---------- ------- -----------------Other lia b ilitie s _______________________________________
T o ta l__________ ____ —..............- _______ ____ ____ _____

$ 1, 000,000 00

______________

266,538 96
479,084 94

_____ ______
.......... ..........

47,609 50

___________

12,065 13

..

10,601,997 91
40,428 00

----------------------------------___________
___________

420,000 00
-----------------496,170 55
$13,363,894 99

No t e .—The above statem ent includes the business o f branch offices at Sacram ento.




..

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

80.

“ BANK OF SUISUN,”
SUISUN.
Incorporated February 7, 1876.

Officers—R. D. R obbins, President; R. P R obbins, Jr., Vice-President and Cashier; H enry Bird,
Secretary and Treasurer.
Directors—R. D. Robbins, F. S. Jones, F. O. Scarlett, Henry Bird, R. D. R obbins, Jr.

S tatem ent of June 30, 1919.

Resources— ■
Loans and discounts_________________________
Overdrafts ___________________________________
B onds, warrants and other securities________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures-----------Safe deposit vaults_________________ __________
Other real estate owned---------------------------------Due from reserve banks______________________
Due from other banks_____________..__________
A ctual cash on hand________________________
Exchanges fo r clearing house_________ ______
Checks and other cash* items_________________
Other re s o u rc e s ______________________________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)_______________
Notes, d ra fts, or bills o f exchange (limited)
T ota ls____ ,.

Commercial

Savings

Combined

$616,882
6,014
238,572
500

73
48
06
00

$264,715 49
___________
502,408 78
___________

$881,598 22
6,014 48
,740,978 84
500 00

583,541
52,047
92,089
1,938

81
99
44
53

130,004 28
____________
19,990 43
—................ .

713,546 09
52,047 99
112,029 87
1,938 53

12,010 00

______________

12,010 00

$1,603,547 04

$917,116 98

$2,520,664 02

$75,000 00
425,000 00
223,608 11

$25,000 00
75,000 00
91,558 25

$109,000 00
500,000 00
315,166 36

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in--------------------------------------------------S u rp lu s_______ - ---------------- ------- -----------------------------------Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid---------Other existing profits collected, but n ot in undivided
' profits account _____________________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )___________________________
Notes re d is co u n te d ------------------- ---------------------------------Deposits, due t o banks_______________ _________________
Dividends u n p a id _____________________________________
Individual deposits subject to check__________________
Savings d e p o s its ______________________________________
Demand certificates o f deposit________________________
Time certificates o f deposit______ ^-----------------------------Certified c h e c k s _______________________________________
Cashier’s checks ______________________________________
State, cou nty and municipal deposits________________
P osta l savings deposits_______________________________
Other lia b ilitie s _______________________________________
Totals.




___________
-----------------___________
6,059 00
723,652 64
108 19
121,151 21
703 75
___________
15,106 12
2,393 02
10,765 00
$1,603,547 04

------------

_________
725,558.73 _________
_________
__________

6,059 00

723,652
725,558
108
121,151
703

64
73
19
21
75

15,106 12
2,393 02
10,765 00
$917,116 98

$2,520,664 02

74

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

81 AND 81A. “ CITIZENS BANK.”
NEVADA CITY.
Incorporated September 21,1876.
Officers—D. E. M organ, President; D. E. M atteson, Vice-President; E. J. M organ, Secretary and
Treasurer; Benj. Hall, Cashier; W . T. Jenkins, A ssistant Cashier.
D irectors—Ben j . Hall, W . J. Grenfell, D. E. M atteson, C. H . T a ylo r, D. E. M organ, R. J.'B ennetts,
John T . M organ.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.

Resources—
L oans and discounts__________________________________
O v e r d r a ft s _______________________________ ______ ______
B onds, warrants and other securities________________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures_______________
Safe deposit vaults_______ _____ ______________________
Other real estate owned_______________________________
Due from reserve banks_______________________________
Due from other banks_________________________________
A ctual cash on hand____ _______ _____________________
E xchanges fo r clearing house____________________ „____
Checks and other cash items_________________________
Other resou rces_____________ ,___ ______________ _______
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)________________________
N otes, d ra fts, or bills o f exchange (lim ited)________

Commercial
$201,414 27
998 52
140,396 39
20,250 00

Savings
$181,488 04

3,950 00
42,697 49

2,275 00
57,387 81

6,225 00
100,085 30

. 46,723 71

61,476 05

108,199 76

Combined
$382,902 31
998 52
813,096 82
20,250 00

672,700 43

5,913 99
2,348 57

5,913 99
2,348 57
—

—

$464,692 94

$975,327" 33

$1,440,020 27

C apital stock paid in_____ ____________________________
Surplus _______________________________________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid---------Other existing profits collected, but n ot in undivided
profits a c c o u n t ______________________ i _____________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney borrow ed )----------- ------- ------------------N otes re d is co u n te d ___________________________________
Deposits, due to banks-------------------------------------------------Dividends u n p a id _____________________________________
Individual deposits subject t o check---------------------------Savings d e p o s its -------------------- -------------------------------------Demand certificates o f deposit-----------------------------------Tim e certificates o f deposit___________________________
Certified c h e ck s _______________________________________
Cashier’s c h e c k s -------------- ---------- --------------------------------State, cou n ty and municipal deposits________________
P o s ta l savings deposits__________________ _____ _______
Other lia b ilitie s -------- ------------------- ----------------------------

$74,000 00
11,200 00
3,655 92

$70,000 00
17,000 00
19,578 67

$144,000 00
28.20Q 00
23,229 59

2,100 09

1,288 13

3,388 22

25,000 00
5,302 73
169 65

45,000 00

70,000 do
5,302 73
169 65

T o ta ls __________________________ _____ ________________

$464,692 94

$975,327 33

$1,440,020 27

T ota ls________________________________________________

Liabilities—

2,062 94
333,248 91

2,062
333,248
822,465
7,922

822,465 53
7,922 16
30 54

30 54

N o t e .—The above statem ent includes the business o f a branch office at Grass Valley.




94
91
53
16

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

84.

75

THE MODESTO BANK.
MODESTO.
Incorporated October 28, 1878.

Officers—J. R. B roughton, President; Geo. A. Cressey, Vice-President; D. K. Y ou ng, Secretary and
Cashier; J. J. McM ahon, Treasurer; W . D. Morehead.
Directors—Geo. A. Cressey, A. L. Cressey, J. R. B roughton, J. J. M cM ahon, C. R. Tillson,
D.
K. Y ou ng, L. W . Shearer.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.

Resources
Loans and discounts___________________
O v e r d r a ft s _______________________ ___ ________________
Bonds, warrants and other securities.— .......................
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures_________
Safe deposit vaults-------1______________________ ._______
Other real estate owned_______________________________
Due from reserve banks-------- ---------------------- ------- --------Due from other banks____________ _____ _____ _________
A ctual cash on hand__________________________________
Exchanges fo r clearing house_________________________
Checks and other cash item s.--------------------------------------Other re s o u rc e s __________________ ____________________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited ).------------------ ---------------N otes, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)— ____ _
T otal.

Commercial

Savings

Combined

$696,542 65
3,710 90
303,186 40
85,000 00
_________ __
___________
52,055 97,
___________
88,319 80
13,404 25-----------------41,095 06
j ---------------___________
$1,283,315 03

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in........ ....................................................
Surplus ----------------- -----------------------------------------------------Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid---------Other existing profits collected, b u t n ot in undivided
profits account — ---------------------------------------------------Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )-----------------------------------------Notes rediscounted -----------------------------------------------------Deposits, due to bank_________________________________
Dividends u n p a id --------------------------------------------------------Individual deposits subject to check----------r--------------Savings d e p o s it s ---------------------------------------------------------Demand certificates o f d eposit------------------------------------Time certificates o f deposit------------------- 1 . . . : --------------Certified c h e c k s _______________________________________
Cashier’s c h e c k s ----- ---------------------------------------------------State, cou nty and municipal deposits............................P osta l savings deposits----------------------------------------------Other lia b ilitie s _______________________________________
T o t a l.




$250,000 00
75,000 00
20,889 12

'40,898 57
804,280 77
45,051 41

25,442 16
21,753 00
$1,283,315 03

—
..
..

76

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

85.

PEOPLES SAVINGS BANK.
SACRAMENTO.
Incorporated M ay 23, 1879

Officers—W m . Beckman, president; A. G. F olger,' Vice-President; J. E. H un toon , Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier; S. E. Pope, A ssistant Secretary; Geo. B. Lorenz, Assistant Cashier,
A ssistant Secretary and A ssistant Treasurer.
Directors—W m. Beckman, J. E. H u n toon , L. W . Nickell, A. G. Folger, A. L . H a rt, B . B. Green,
C. L. W hite.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.

Resources—
L oans and discounts_________________________
O v e r d r a ft s ___________________ ________ ______
Bonds, warrants and other securities_________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures________
Safe deposit vaults___________________________
Other real estate owned_________________ ____
Due from reserve banks_______________________
Due from other banks________________________
A ctual cash on h m d _______________ _____ ____
Exchanges fo r clearing house-----------------------Checks and other cash items__________________
Other resou rces______________________________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)________________
N otes, d ra fts, or bills o f exchange (limited)
Totals.

Commercial
$243,584 35
376 60
172,460 99

71,707 14

Savings
$4,367,372 45
359,134
299,827
4,700
56,446
247,040

37
72
00
06
56

Combined
$4,610,956
376
531,595
299,827
4,700
56,446
318,747

80
60
36
72
C
O
06
70

170,941
26,896
30,726
1,256

69
27
25
79

93
26
59
83

131,595 76
14,832 01

$562,813 69

$5,489,657 55

$6,052,471 24

$ 100,000 00

$400,000 00
65,500 00
147,299 07

$500,000 00
90,500 00
179,347 79

39,345
12,064
22,891
382

7,834 66
873 96

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in----------- ------------------- ------- - ........ .
S u rp lu s ------------------------------------------------------------------------Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid---------Other existing profits collected, but n ot in undivided
profits account _____________________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )-----------------------------------------Notes rediscounted ___________________________________
Deposits, due to banks----------------------•
--------------------------Dividends u n p a id _____________________________________
Individual deposits subject to check----- ------- ------------Savings d e p o s its ----------- ---------------------------------------------Demand certificates o f deposit------------------------------------Time certificates o f deposit-----------------------------------------Certified ch e ck s _______________________________________
Cashier’s c h e c k s ........ ...........................- ................. .......
State, cou n ty and m unicipal deposits------------------------P osta l savings deposits-----------------------------------------------Other lia b ilitie s -------------------- --------------------------------------T otals.




25,000 00
32,048 72

2,801 77
395,204 84
4,645,854 71
1,358 00
3,000 00
317 32
8,516 29
225,000 00

2,801
395,204
4,645,854
1,358
3,000
317
8,516
225,000

77
84
71
C
O
00
32
29
00

368 52

202 00

570 52

$562,813 69

$5,489,657 55

$6,052,471 24

77

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

86.

BANK OF WILLOWS.
WILLOWS.
Incorporated September 2, 1880.

Officers—B. H . Burton, President; Frank M ood y, Vice-President; P . H . Green, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier; E. M. Garrison, Assistant Cashier.
Directors—B. H. B urton, Curry M. French, P. H. Grteen, James B oyd , T. H arrington , A H ochheimer, Frank M oody.

S tatem ent of June 30, 1919.

Resources—
Loans and discounts___________ _______ ______
O v e r d r a fts ____________________ , ________ _____
B onds, warrants and other securities________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures_______
Safe deposit v a u lt s ------------------------------------- .1.
Other real estate owned........ ................... .............
Due from reserve banks-------- ---------------- ---------Due from other banks________________________
A ctual cash on hand_________________________
Exchanges fo r clearing house________________
Checks and other cash items__________________
Other res ou rces ________________ _________ ____
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)________________
Notes, d ra fts, or bills o f exchange (limited).
Totals.

Commercial
$1,181,058 58
3,165 18
164,913 89
30,000 00

Savings
$363,781 98
291,251 61

Combined
$1,544,840
3,165
456,165
30,000

56
18
50
00

29,721 74
263,960 59

15,000 00

29,721 74
278,960 59

60,804 70

28,283 50

89,088 20

14,581 06
6,180 75

14,581 06
6,180 75

$1,754,386 49

$698,317 09

C apital stock paid in_________________________________
$250,000 00
Surplus ____________________________________ __________
250,000 00
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid---------69,128 07
Other existing profits collected, but n ot in undivided
profits account _____________________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o ' deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )___________________________
___________
Notes red iscou n ted ___________________________________
___________
Deposits, due to b a n k s.------------------ --------------------------------------------Dividends u n p a id ----------- --------------------------------------- 525 00
Individual deposits subject to check______________780,031 11
Savings d e p o s its ______________________________________
___________
Demand certificates o f deposit_______________________
52,072 73
Tim e certificates o f deposit-----------------------------------------178,366 40
Certified c h e c k s ___________________ ___________________
___________
Cashier’s checks ______________________________________
_______
State, cou nty and municipal deposits------------------------129,459 34
P osta l savings deposits_______________________________
___________
Other lia b ilitie s ____ __________________________________
44,803 84

$50,000 00
25,000 00
.................

$1,754,386 49

$698,317 09

$2,452,703 58

Liabilities—

T o ta ls .




_________
_________
623,317 09
_________

$300,00000
275,00000
69,128 07

525
780,031
623,317
52,072
178,366

00
11
09
73
40

129,459 34
44;803 84
$2,452,703 58

78

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

88.

CITY BANK.
STOCKTON.

Incorporated July 10, 1882.
Officers—George E. Catts, President; A. D. R othenbush, Vice-President; W . N. H arrison, Secretary
and Assistant Cashier; W . H . L yon s. Treasurer and Cashier.
Directors—George E. C atts, Fred P . C lark, Joseph F yfe, A . W . H oish olt, George H o m a g e ,
R. T. Melton, A. B. L ang, A. D. Rothenbush, D. I. W altz, G. A . A therton, H erm an C. Meyer!

S tatem e n t o f June 30, 1919.

Resources—
L oans and discounts............... ................... ...............
O v e r d r a ft s ___________ ____ ____________ _____ . . .
B onds, warrants and other securities_____ _____
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures__________
Safe deposit vaults______________________________
Other real estate owned__________________________
Due from reserve banks__________________________
Due from other banks___________________________
A ctual cash on hand_____________ _____ _________
E xchanges fo r clearing house____________________
- Checks and other cash items_____________________
Other resources . . . . ______________________________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)___________________
N otes, d ra fts, or bills o f exchange (lim ited)___
T o ta ls _________ _____ _________ _______ _________

Commercial
$1,137,855 78
4,669 17
242,864 82
4,901 47

151,269
8,872
156,169
27,106
2,626
11,745

64
71
50
61
89
12

$1,748,072 71

590,841
155,396
16,749
87,931
43,812

58
47
80
69
67

45,546
319
24
24

22
50
21
60

Combined
$1,936,318 45
4,669 17
833.706 40
160,296 91
16,749 80
87,931 69
195,082 31
8,872 71
201.706 72
27,426 11
2,651 10
11,769 72

$1,739,108 41

$3,487,181 12

Savings

$798,462 67

Liabilities—
G apital stock paid in___________ _____________________
Surplus _______________________________________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes p a id ______
Other existing profits collected, b u t n o t in undivided
profits a c c o u n t _____________________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )-----------------------------------------Notes rediscounted ___________________________________
Deposits, due to banks________________________________
Dividends u n p a id _____________________________ ________
Individual deposits su bject t o check_________________
Savings d e p o s its ______________________________________
Demand certificates o f deposit-------------------------------------Tim e certificates o f deposit________ ___________________
Certified c h e c k s _______________________________________
Cashier’s c h e c k s ______ ______________________________.. .
State, cou n ty and municipal deposits------------------------P o s ta l savings deposits------------- ------- --------------------------Other liabilities .................... ............. —--------------------------T o t a ls .




$250,000 00
65,000 00
48,306 71
___________

$150,00000
35,0()000
1,50055
1,427 15

-----------------___________
91,345 68
12,787 50
1,006,134 97
. . . ------------11,713 57
251,482 07
324 77
10,977 44
----------------------------------------------------

-----------------___________
-----------------___________
-----------------1,369,424 54
-----------------___________
----------------------------------162,000 00
19,756 17
------------------

$1,748,072 71

$1,739,108 41

$400,000 00

100,000 00
49,807 26
1,427 15

91,345
12,787
1,006,134
1,369,424
11,713
251,482
324
10,977
162,000
19,756

68
50
97
54
57
07
77
44
00
17

$3,487,181 12

R E P O R T OP S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

89.

79

OP B A N K S .

THE BANK OF ST. HELENA.
ST. HELENA.
Incorporated A ugust 9, 1882.

Officers—W . W . Lym an, President; 0 . H . Greenfield, Vice-President; Prank Pellet, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier; L. G. Clark, Assistant Cashier.
Directors—W . W . Lym an, Leon Bocqueraz, C. H. Greenfield, A. A. W atson, Hannah E. W ein­
berger, Prank Pellet, T . 0 . C oogan.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.

Resources—
Loans and discounts_________ _____ _________
Overdrafts —....................................- ........... ........
Bonds, warrants and other securities___ — :
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures________
Safe deposit vaults___________________________
Other real estate owned______________________
Due from reserve banks______________________
Due from other banks------------------------------------A ctual cash on hand_________________________
Exchanges fo r clearing house________________
Checks and other cash items...................... ........
Other res ou rces .............................................. .......
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited )-—____ _______
Notes, drafts, o r bills o f exchange (limited)
Totals.

Commercial

Savings

Combined

$147,198 20

$180,365 00

$327,563 20

90,612 50
8,393 87

214,584 00
___________

305,196 50
8,393 87

1 00

______

1 00

59,443 19

24,078 26

83,521 45

17,503 59

11,328 46

28,832 05

171 58
494 94

171 58
494 94

$323,818 87

$430,355 72

$754,174 59

$50,000 00
12,500 00
3,680 28

$25,000 00
14,000 00
575 62

$75,000 00
26,500 00
4,255 90

165 00
233,613 59
______ „

___________
________ ,_
_
390,780 10

165 00
233,613 59
390,780 10

15,560 00
300 00

___________
___________

15,560 00
300 00

8,000 00

___________

8,000 00

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in_________________________________
Surplus — .................. .........- ..............- .............................. —
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid______
Other existing profits collected, but n ot in undivided
profits a c c o u n t _____________________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney borrow ed )___________________ _______
N otes re d is co u n te d ----------------- -----------------------------------Deposits, due t o banks—_____________________________
Dividends u n p a id _______________________—____________
Individual deposits subject t o check_________________
Savings d e p o s it s ---------------------------------------------------------Demand certificates o f deposit________________________
Time certificates o f deposit__________________ ____ ____
Certified c h e c k s _______________________________________
Cashier’s c h e c k s ________________________ —- —_________
State, co u n ty and municipal deposits------------------------P osta l savings deposits_____________________ _____ ____
Other lia b ilities_______________________________________
Totals.

6-48942




$323,818 87

$430,355 72

$754,174 59

80

R E P O R T OP

90.

S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

OP B A N K S .

SISKIYOU COUNTY BANK.
YREKA.
Incorporated September 6, 1882.

Officers—Pred E. W adsw orth, President; J. P. Churchill, Vice-President; H . C. P atterson,
Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; ,!as. A. T hom as, A ssistant Cashier, A ssistant Secretary and
, A ssistant Treasurer.
d irectors—Fred E. W adsw orth, J. P. Churchill, Claude E. Gillis, Amelia L . Huseman, Edward H.
Julien.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.

Resources—
L oans and discounts----------------------------------------------------O v e r d r a ft s ____________________________________________
B onds, warrants and other securities________________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures________________
Safe deposit vaults-------------------------------------------------------Other real estate owned----------------------------------------Due from reserve banks_______________________________
Due from other b a n k s._______________________ ________
A ctual ca^h on hand__________________________________
Exchanges fo r clearing house_________________________
Checks and other cash items__________________________
Other resou rces_______________________________________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)------------------------------------N otes, d ra fts, or bills o f exchange (limited).
T o ta l_______________________________

Commercial

$319,926 12
___________
283,303 03
19,700 00
3,500 00
21,367 50
31,927 42
___________
42,707 42
___________
6,751 83
59,386 54
------------------

$788,569 86

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in_________________________________
$100,000 00
Surplus _______________________________________________
10(5,000 00
46,122 62
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes p a id ____ _
Other existing profits collected, but n ot in undivided
profits account _____________________________________
67
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )----------------------------------------------------------N otes rediscounted ___________________________________
___________
Deposits, due to banks________________________________
20,895 98
Dividends u n p a id _____________________________________
___________
Individual deposits subject to check--------------------------429,560 39
Savings d e p o s its ______________________________________
___________
Demand certificates o f deposit------------------------------------36,998 11
Tim e certificates o f deposit____________________ ____ —
___________
Certified ch e ck s _______________________________________
130 00
Cashier's c h e c k s .................... ....................................—------------- ---------------State, cou nty and municipal deposits________________
42,133 94
P osta l savings deposits_________________
12,728 15
Other lia b ilitie s _______________________________________
___________
T o t a l.




Savings

Combined

R E PO R T OF S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

81

OF B A N K S .

91 AND 91A. THE BANE OF YOLO.
WOODLAND.
Incorporated January 27, 1883.
Officers—C. W . Bush, President; R. vV. Browning, Vice-President; J. A. I la r b y , Vice-President;
G. N. Merritt, Vice-President; O. L. Richm ond, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; E. B. H a y ­
ward, Assistant Cashier; Fred Bonnetti, Assistant Cashier.
Directors—C. W . Bush, R. W . Browning, T. L. Baird, C. T. Oests, John H art, M. T. Emmert,
T. R. Lowe, G. N. Merritt, G. II. Hecke.

S tatem e n t o f June 30, 1919.

Resources—
Loans and discounts________________________
O v e r d r a ft s ------------- ---------- ---------------- ------- —
B onds, warrants and other securities______
Bank premises, furniture- and fixtures______
Safe deposit vaults__________________________
Other real estate owned____________ T_______
Due from reserve banks.....................................
Due from other banks_____________ _____ ____
A ctual cash on hand------------------------------------Exchanges fo r clearing house----------------------Checks ahd other cash items____________ ....
Other res ou rces _____________________ . _______
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)______________
N otes, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (limited)
T ota ls______________________________________

Commercial
$525,635
753
115,053
60,500

86
72
25
00

6,701 00
82,986 80
3,320' 00
38,804 34
4,544 98"
119 12

Savings
$680,797 38
376,626 77

62,914 74
23,402 07

Combined
$1,206,433
753
491,680
60,500

24
72
02
00

6,701
145,901
3,320
62,206

00
54
O
Q
41

1,524 53

4,544 98
1,643 65

4,865 83

4,865 83

$1,150,131 32

$1,988,550 39

$200,000 00
$130,000 00
20,400 00
____________ '
24,838 23 . _____r______

$330,000 00
20,400 00
24,838 23

$838,419 07

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in-------------- ------- ------- -------------------Surplus -------------- ---------------------------------------------- ------- —
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid______
Other existing profits collected, but n ot in undivided
profits account --------------------------------------------------------Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )___________________________
Notes re d is co u n te d ------------------------------. ---------------------Deposits, due to banks_______________
Dividends u n p a id ____________________
Individual deposits subject t o ch eck..
Savings d e p o s its _____________________
Demand certificates o f d eposit----------Tim e certificates o f deposit________ _
Certified ch e c k s ______________________
Cashier’s checks _____________________
State, cou nty and municipal deposits
P osta l savings d e p o s it s ....__________
Other lia b ilitie s ...... ..............— ..............
T ota ls_______________________________

116 00
515,781 30
__________
21,460 42
54,960 00

____________

100 00

_________

890,131 32

130,000 00
763 12
$838,419 07

____________
$1,150,131 32

N o t e .— The above statement includes the business o f a branch office at Davis.




116
515,781
890,131
21,460
54,960

00
30
32
42
00

100 00
130,000 00
763 12
$1,988,550 39

82

R E P O R T O P S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

92.

OP B A N K S.

BANK OF VACAVILLE.
VACAVILLE.
Incorporated April 23, 1883.

Officers—C. M. H artley, President: E. R. Thurber, Vice-President; W . W . Chandler, Secretary,
, Treasurer and Cashier: R. C. C ray, A ssistant Cashier.
Directors—R. E. Burton, J H. R ogers, C. M. H artley, H . D. Chandler, E . R . Thurber.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.

Resources

Commercial
Savings
Combined
L oans and discounts_____________________ ____ _______
$251,780 41
$279,873 56
$531,653 97
O v e r d r a ft s _______________________ __________ _________
1,718 56
1,718 56
B onds, warrants and other securities________________
70,747 94
32,767 88
103,515 82
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures________________
4,819 95
4,819 95
Safe deposit vaults___________________ I_______________
691 54
691 54
Other real estate owned______________________________ _
___________
Due from reserve banks...... ................................... ............
50,687 63
20,745 31
71,432 94
Due from other banks_______________ _________ ____________ __________
Actual cash on hand_____________________________________
13,57023
9,851 35
23,421 58
Exchanges fo r clearing house_________________________
___________
Checks and other cash items______________________________
2,21831
2,218 31
Other resou rces____ _______________________
48,28675
48,286 75
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)_____ ____ _____ _______
___________
N otes, d ra fts, or bills o f exchange (lim ited)— ____ _
___________

T ota ls...............................- .....................................................

$444,521 32

$343,238 10

$787,759 42

$75,000 00
19,000 00
8,460 92

$24,000 00

$100,000 00

11,000 00

30,000 00
16,183 96

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid 1n______ _____
Surplus ___________ . . ___________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid______
Other existing profits collected, but n o t in undivided
. profits account ______________________________ ---------Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b o rro w e d )--------- -------------------------------Notes red iscou n ted ____ ______________________________
Deposits, due to banks------------------------------------------------ Dividends u n p a id _________________________ ____________
Individual deposits subject t o check_________________
Savings d e p o sits ______________________________________
Demand certificates o f deposit— ____ ________________
Tim e certificates o f deposit___________________________
Certified ch e ck s _______________________________________
Cashier’ s c h e c k s ------------------------------- ---------- ---------------State, cou nty and municipal deposits________________
P osta l savings deposits-----------------------------------------------Other lia b ilities_______________ - ___________I ____ ______
T o t a ls .




-----------------3,517 50
263,955 64
___________
5,832 59
5,250 00
___________
219 67
15,000 00
-----------------48,285 00
$444,521 32

7,723 04

229,328 82
70,186 24

3,517
263,955
229,328
5,832
75,436

50
64
82
59
24

219 67
15,000 00
48,285 00
$343,238 10

$787,759 42

R E PO R T OP S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

93.

83

OP B A N K S .

THE BANK OF LOS GATOS.
LOS GATOS.
Incorporated Novem ber 9, 1883.

Officers—J. A. Case, President; P. F. W atkins, Vice-President; S. D. Balch, Secretary, Treasurer
and Cashier; I. D. Mabie, Assistant Cashier; M. J. Vertin, Assistant Cashier.
Directors—G. S. McMurtry, J. A. Case, F. F. W atkins, S. D. Balch, J. D. Farwell.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.

Resources—
Loans and discounts_____ _____ _______ _____ ________
O v e r d r a fts ____________________________________________
Bonds, warrants and other securities_____________ ....
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures._____ _________
Safe deposit vaults____________________________________
Other real estate owned_______________________________
Due from reserve banks_______________________________
Due from other banks________________________________
A ctual cash on hand__________________________________
Exchanges fo r clearing house_________________ '_______
Checks and other cash items__________________________
Other resou rces___________ ____ ______________________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)________________________
Notes, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)------------T o t a ls --.................... —....................... ............................. —

Commercial

$309,132 87
555 86
58,191 93

Savings
$566,301 95
39,625 00

2,000 00 ,

49,135 53
34,698 33

Combined

$875~434 82
555 86
97,810 93
2,000 00

41,719 05
3,234 54
22,219 24

650 64
824 87

90,854 58
3,234 54
56,917 57
650 64
824 87

$455,190 03

$673,099 78

$1,128,289 81

$25,000 00
25,000 00
3,102 04

$25,000 00
38,500 00
1,437 18

$50,000 00
63,500 00
4,539 22

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in-------------- -----------------------------------Surplus ____________________________ _________ ____ ____
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes p a id ---------Other existing profits collected, b u t n ot in undivided
profits a c c o u n t ______ 1--------------------------------------------Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney borrow ed)-----------------------------------------Notes red iscou n ted ___________________________________
Dividends u n p a id __________________________ __________
Individual deposits subject to check--------------------------Savings deposits
----------- ------------- ------- - ........ — ..........
Demand certificates o f d e p o s it ..-_____________________
Time certificates o f deposit-----------------------------------------Certified c h e c k s _______________________________________
Cashier’s checks ______________________________________
State, cou nty and municipal deposits________________
P osta l savings deposits----------------------------------------------Other lia b ilitie s -----------------------------------------------------------T o ta ls .




351,268 70
_________
5,719 80
33,731 93
120 00

605,162 60

___________

351,268
605,162
5,719
33,731

70
60
80
93

120 00

11,247 56

3,000 00

14,247 50

$455,190 03

$673,099 78

$1,128,289 81

84

REPO RT OP

96.

S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

OP B A N K S .

GLENDORA BANK.
GLENDORA.

Incorporated December 8, 1884.
Officers—A. E. Engelhardt, President: J. J. W est, Vice-President; W . H. Stone, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier; Dr. G. E. Odell, A ssistant Cashier.
Directors—N. J. Ashby, A. E. Engelhardt, W . H . Stone, J. A. Lewis, J. J. W est, J. W . Cullen,
C ora D. Hunter.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.

Resources

Commercial

Savings

L oans and discounts__________________________________
$173,674 32 ..
O v e r d r a ft s ____________________________________________
169 60 ..
46,614 80 ..
B onds, warrants and other securities______ *_________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures____________________
7,17030 ..
S afe deposit vaults_______________________________________
1,62000
Other real estate owned_______________ _____ _______ —
490 00
Due from reserve banks__________________________________
118,18445
___________
Due from other banks________________________________
A ctual cash on hand_____________________________________
17,91388
Exchanges fo r clearing house_________________________
___________
Checks and other cash items___________ ____ _________
36 78
Other res ou rces _____ _______ _______ _________________
27 28
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)________________________
___________
Notes, d ra fts, or bills o f exchange (lim ited)------------------------------T o ta l_________________________________________________

$365,951 41

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in----------------------------------------------------Surplus _________ , ---------------------------------------------, --------Undivided profits, less gxpenses and taxes p a id ----- . . .
Other existing profits collected, but n o t in undivided
profits account _____________________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )___________________________
Notes rediscounted ___________________________________
Deposits, due to banks________________________________
Dividends u n p a id ________ '_______ -____________________
Individual deposits subject to check------------------- , ------Savings deposits-----------------------------------------------------------Demand certificates o f deposit------------------------------------Time certificates o f deposit------------------------------------ 1—
Certified ch e c k s _______________________________________
Cashier’s checks ______________________________________
State, cou n ty and m unicipal deposits------------------------P osta l savings deposits_______________________________
Other lia b ilitie s _______________________________________
T o t a l.




$42,000 00
7,000 00
4,227 26

180,496 49

112,177 66
100 00
19,000 00

$365,991 41

..
..
..

- Combined

R EPO RT

102.

OF S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

85

OF B A N K S .

CONSOLIDATED BANK OF ELSINORE.
ELSINORE.
Incorporated A ugust 18, 1887.

Officers—S. A. Stewart, President; S. H. Herrick, Vice-President; J. M. Ormsby, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier; H arry C. Dane, Assistant Cashier.
Directors—S. A. Stewart, S. H. Herrick, J. M. Ormsby, A. G. Keck-, H . S. Garrison.

S tatem ent of June 30, 1919.

Resources

Commercial

Loans and discou n ts................ ...............; ...................... .
$112,421 99
Overdrafts _______________________ ____ ____ _______ _
20 03
Bonds, warrants and other securities________________
21,850 00
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures________________
2,200 00
Safe deposit vaults-------------------------------------------------------- -----------------10,530 00
Other real estate owned______________ ________________
Due from reserve banks_____________________ _____ ___
26,421 74
Due from other banks__________ ______________________ . ____________
A ctual cash on hand---------------------------------------- -----------7,767 11
Exchanges fo r clearing house_______________________ _
125 00
Checks and other cash items_____________ __________ _
___________
Other res ou rces _______ ____ __________________________ '
4,015 42
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)________________________
___________ '
Notes, drafts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)________
___________
T ota ls—____ ____________________ ______ ___________ —

$185,351 29

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in________________________ ______ _
$25,000 00
S u rp lu s________________________________________________
6,250 00
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid---------4,647 17
Other, existing profits collected, but n ot in undivided
profits a c c o u n t _________________ ___________ ________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )— '-------------------------- --------------------------Notes rediscounted ___________________________________
___________
Deposits, due to banks________________________________
___________
Dividends unpaid -------------- ---------------------- ---------------- ------------------------Individual deposits subject to check---------------------------109,289 65
Savings d e p o s its _____________________________________________ ______
Demand certificates o f deposit-----------------------------------------------------Time certificates o f deposit-----------------------------------------25,292 27
Certified c h e c k s _______________________________________
___________
Cashier's checks _____________________________________________ 3,213 62
•
State, cou nty and municipal d ep osits...,-------------------7,000 00
P osta l savings deposits_______________________________
4,658 58
Other lia b ilities____________________ __________________
T o ta ls .




$185,351 29

Savings

Combined

86

R E P O R T O F S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

103.

OF B A N K S.

THE BANK OF AECATA.
ARCATA.
Incorp orated September 11, 1886.

Officers—W esley W . Stone, President; Sylvester Myers, Vice-President; H enry Brizard, Secretary;
Frank H . T o o b y , Treasurer and Cashier; H . D. Swengel, Assistant Cashier; W . O. Prichard,
A ssistant Cashier.
Directors—F ra n k H. T o o b y , N. H . Falk, Sylvester Myers, Lorens Petersen, W esley W . Stone,
H.
W . Jackson H enry F. Brizard.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.

Resources—
L oa n s and discounts_____ ___________________
O v e r d r a ft s -----------------------------------------------------B onds, warrants and other securities_______
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures_______
Safe deposit vaults____ _______ ______________
Other real estate owned______________________
Due from reserve banks__________________ _
Due from other banks_______________________
A ctual cash on hand________________ i _______
Exchanges fo r clearing house________________
Checks and o t h e r ‘cash items________________
Other resou rces______________________________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)_________ _____
N otes, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (limited)
T o t a l____ ________________ ______ ____________________

Commercial

$440,446 27
78,198
33,000
1,500
993
66,291
9,280
42,984

95
00
00
05
54
62
10

529 70

$673,224 23

Liabilities—
C ap ital stock paid in........ ............ - ................... ............ —
S u rp lu s ________________________________________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid---------Other existing profits collected, but n e t in undivided
profits a c c o u n t _____________________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o i deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )___________________________
N otes red iscou n ted ___________________________________
Deposits, due to banks----------- -------------------------------------Dividends u n p a id _____________________________________
Individual deposits su bject to cheek_______________ —
Savings d e p o s its ______________________________________
Demand certificates o f deposit________________________
‘ Tim e certificates o f -deposit___________________________
Certified ch e ck s _______________________________________
Cashier’s checks _____________
•State, cou n ty and municipal deposits______ 1-------------P osta l savings deposits_______________________________
Other lia b ilities_______________________________________
T o t a l.




$100,006 00
1 0 0 ,0 0 0

oo

13,045 34

___________
___________
-----------------10 00
439,273 81
___________
12,290 63
___________
___________
1,590 01
5,495 78
1,289 72
228 94
$673,224 23

Savings

R E PO E T OP S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

106.

87

OP B A N K S .

BANK AND TRUST COMPANY OF CENTRAL CALIFORNIA.
FRESNO.
Incorporated February 26, 1887.

Officers—B erton Einstein, President; W . T. M attingly, Vice President; C. E. H am ilton, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier; H. S. W ilson, Assistant Cashier; S. O. Enos, A ssistant Cashier; R. D.
Vianello, A ssistant Cashier; P. M. Ha'rwood, T rust Officer.
Directors—O. H . C obb, W . T. M attingly, B. Einstein, O. E. H am ilton, Chas. W . B arrett, W ick W .
Parsons, P. M. H arw ood.

S tatem ent of June 30, 1919.

Resources—

Commercial

Savings

$1,476,370 52
L oans and discounts______________ - ____
Overdrafts _____ _____________________ . . .
131,614 65
Bonds, warrants and other securities__
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures.—
12,891 40
Safe deposit vaults___ __________________
3,030 00
Other real estate owned___ _____________
1,500 00
Due from reserve banks_________________
169,028 06
Due from other banks__________________
22,200 27
A ctual cash on hand____________________
136,631 09
Exchanges fo r clearing h o u se .._________
52,888 36
Cheeks and other cash items___________
65,575 89
Other resources1 _________________________
168,674 73

$907,884 77

$49,500 00

20,356 41
76,241 89
_______ _________ _________
286 00 _________ _________
1,170: 00
500 00
2,584 00
$50,000 00

Combined

$50,000 00 $2,483,755 29

48,981 24 _________

$2,238,404 97 $1,054,870 31

Totals

Court trusts Private trusts

180,575 89
12,891 40
3,000 00
• 1,500 00
189,384 47
22,200 27
212,872 98
52,888 30
65,861 89
170,928 73

$52,684 00 $3,395,850 28

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in— ____ ___________
S u r p lu s ____ ______________________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and
taxes p a i d _____________________________
Other existing profits, collected, b u t not
in undivided profits account__________
Bills payable, including certificates o r
deposit representing m oney borrow ed .
Notes re d is co u n te d ___ __________________
Deposits due to b a n k s.____ ____________
Dividends unpaid _______________________
Individual deposits subject t o check___
Savings d e p o s it s ________________________
Demand certificates o f deposit_________
Tim e certificates o f d p osit_____________
Certified checks _________________________
Cashier’s checks ________________________
State, cou nty and municipal d e p o s its ...
P osta l savings deposits_________________
Other liabilities _________________________
Deposits received fro m executors, ad­
m inistrators, guardians, receivers, etc.
T otals

Trust Resources—

$150,000 00
50,000 00
999 41

1,196 36 _________

189,500 00 ___________
20,000 00

_________

2,584 00

_________

--------------------- --------

7,743 22 ___________

______ ______________

1,588,310 69 ___________ _________
___________
913,937 95 _________
17,081 56 ___________ _________

_________
_________
_________

12,397 12 ___________ _________
57,936 00 ___________ _________
59,000 00 ----------- ------------------------

_________
_________
---------------

93,711 97

------------—

14,736 00 —.......... —

$2,238,404 97 $1,054,870 31
Court trusts

Personal , assets received
from
executors,
adm inistrators,
as­
signees, receivers o r trustees____ ___________
T rust investments:
(a ) Personal property _________
$56,224 83
(b) Real p r o p e r t y __________ ____
33,500 00
Due from hanks___________________ ___________
Cash on hand___ :_________________
10,068 82

T o ta l ...................... ........................

$50,000 00 $50,000 00 $50,000 00
45,000 00 _________ _________

$99,793 65

$50,000 00

$300,000 00
95,000 00
4,779 77

189,500 00
20,000 00

7,743 22
1,588,310
943,937
17,081
725
12,397
57,936
50,000

69
95
56
00
12
00
00

108,447 97

$52,684 00 $3,395,859 28

Trust Liabilities—

Court trusts

Personal
assets
received
from
executors,
adm inistrators,
as­
signees, receivers o r trustees------- ---------------Trusts held in capacity o f execu­
tor, adm inistrator, guardian, as­
signee1 receiver o r trustee-----------,
$99,793 65
Private trusts, specially designated
and construed as cou rt trusts,
under supervision - ........ —---------------- ---------------T ota l ............................................. -

$99,793 65

P r iv a t e tru s ts, n o t sp ecia lly d e s ig n a te d as c o u r t tr u s ts, are n o t u n d e r s u p e r v is io n o f S ta te B a n k in g
D ep a rtm en t.




88

REPORT

107.

OP S U P E R I N T E N D E N T . O F B A N K S .

THE BANK OF ORLAND.
ORLAND.
Incorporated March 29, 1887.

Officers—George A. Bareeloux, President: H. N. B arceloux, V'ce-President; W . E. -Scearce,
Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier.
Directors—George A. B arceloux, W . E. Scearce, H. J. B arceloux, Charles L. D onohoe, A. Scearce.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.

Resources

Commercial

Loans and discounts______________ ____ _______ ______
$392,812 71
O verdrafts ________________________________________ , __
_
2,295 57
B onds, warrants and other securities_______ ______ 63,251 75
B ank premises, furniture and fixtures________________
12,084 86
S afe deposit vaults___________________ ____ ______ ____
1,900 00
Other real estate owned____________________ - _________
___________
Due from reserve banks_______________________________
54,750 23
Due from other ban k s-------------------------------------------------___i._______
A ctual cash on hand__________________________________
41,866 92
Exchanges for clearing house...... ......................................
___________
Checks and other cash items__________________________
1,121 18
Other resou rces_______________________________________
135 57
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)________________________
— ............—
Notes, d rafts, or bills o f exchange (lim ited)________
___________
T o ta l____ _________ _____ _________________ ______ ____

$570,218 79

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in--------------------------------------------------. Surplus —------ 1-----------------------------------------------------------Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid---------Other existing profits collected, but n o t in undivided
profits a c c o u n t --------------------------------------------------------Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )-----------------------------------------Notes rediscounted ___________________________________
Deposits, due to banks---------------- --------------------------------Dividends u n p a id ------------------------------------- ------------------Individual deposits subject to check--------------------------Savings d e p o s its ----------------------------------------------------------Demand certificates o f deposit------------------------------------Time certificates o f d eposit-----------------------------------------Certified ch e ck s _________________ ______________________
Cashier’ s checks _________________________ ‘------------------State, cou nty and municipal deposits------------------------P osta l savings deposits----- -----------------------------------------Other liabilities
_________________ . _________________

-----------------___________
----------------------------------405,176 53
-----------------5,744 82
36,576 45
500 00
1,664 45
24,004 51
42 55
2,595 00

T o t a l ............. ................. ........... ..................................... - ........... —

$570,218 79




$50,000 00
12,500 00
31,414 48

Savings

Combined

R E PO R T

108,

OP S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

OF B A N K S .

89

“ THE SAN DIEGO SAVINGS BANK.”
SAN DIEGO.
Incorporated April 15, 1889.

Officers—M. T. Gilmore, President; J. W . Sefton, Jr., Vice-President; C. W . W ilson,
Treasurer and Cashier; C. L. Reed, Assistant Cashier and Assistant Secretary;
Millan, Assistant Cashier; R. L. Mueller, Assistant Cashier and Assistant
E. F. Farnsworth, Assistant Cashier.
Directors—R. M. Powers, A. H. Sweet, W . M. Crouse, J. Perry Lew is,'M . T . Gilmore,
ton, Jr., C. W . W ilson, Nat R ogan, S. M. Bingham.

Secretary,
David N.
Secretary;
J. W . S ef­

S tatem ent of June 30, 1919.

Resources—
Loans and discounts__________________________________
O v e r d r a fts _______________ '____________________________
Bonds, warrants and other securities________ ______ Bank premises, furniture and fixtures________________
Safe deposit vaults____________ _____ —______ ________
Other real estate owned_______________________________
Due from reserve banks_______________________________
Due from other banks_____ ___________________________
A ctual cash on hand________ ______ __________________
Exchanges fo r clearing house__________ ______________
Checks and other cash items__________________________
Other resou rces
^_______ 1__________________________
Bankers’ ..acceptances (lim ited)_________ ____ — ---------Notes, drafts, or bills o f exchange (lim ited)-------------

Commercial

___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
______ 7____
___________
___________
___________
___________
----------------------------------

Savings

Combined

$3,095,589 45
___________
1,825,173 15
71,000 00
27,500 00
240,747 66
360,843 67
___________
1^4,078 87
23,519 22
23,077 23
258,689 78
-----------------147,500 C
O
$6,207,719 03

T otal.

Liabilities—
Capital stock paid in__________________ _________ ______
Surplus _______________________________________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes p a id______
Other existing profits collected, but n o t in undivided
profits a c c o u n t _____________________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o i deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )—-------------------------------------N otes rediscounted — ------------------------------------------------Deposits, due to banks------------------------------------------------Dividends u n p a id ______ ______ ____ ____ _____ _______
Individual deposits subject to check----------------- . --------Savings d e p o s its ______________________________________
Demand certificates o f deposit------------------------------------Time certificates o f deposit___________________________
Certified c h e c k s _______________________________ _______
Cashier’s c h e c k s ........ .......... .......... ........ - ------- ---------------State, cou nty and municipal dep osits-----------------------P osta l savings deposits-------------- ’-------------------- -----------Other lia b ilities_______________________________________

___________
___________
______ - ____

$200,000 00
250,000 00
168,125 08

..
..

___________

12,196 43

..

___________
-----------------___________
___________
---------------------------------------------------___________

5,142,852 73
-----------------254,167 24
___________
-----------------100,000 00
-----------------80,377 55

T o t a l ______________ _________ _____ _______ ______ ____ _____

____________

$6,207,719 03




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90

R E P O R T O P S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

OP B A N K S.

I l l AND 111B. PLACER COUNTY BANK.
EAST AUBURN.
Incorporated O ctober 5, 1887.
Officers—Alden Anderson, President; W . J. W ilson, Vice-President; Geo. McAtilay, Vice-President;
J. IT. Seaton, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; H . S. Clegg, A ssistant Cashier; S. S. Short,
A ssistant Cashier.
Directors—Joe Johnson, W . J. W ilson, Geo. M cAulay, E. S. Bridsall, Alden A nderson, Chas.
Kenna, F. S. Stevens.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.

Resources—
L oa n s and discounts____ ______________________________
O v e r d r a ft s ____________________________________________
B onds, warrants and other securities________________
B ank premises, furniture and fixtures_______________
S afe deposit vaults................................................. ........
Other real estate owned__________________ ____ _______
Due from reserve banks_____________ ____ ____________
Due from other banks_________________________________
A ctual cash on hand__________________________________
Exchanges fo r clearing house_________________________
Checks and other cash items_________________________
Other resou rces_______________________________________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)________________________
Notes, d rafts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)------------T ota ls___________ ____ _______________ _____ __________

Commercial

$299,048
217
61,050
6,633

20
95
19
52

43,885
10,516
19,267
1,287
581
6,387

34
61
21
20
06
39

Savings
$424,922 50
227,346 80
41,000 00

16,933 61
20,141 69

Combined

$723,970
- 217
288,396
47,633

70
95
99
52

60,818
10,516
39,408
1,287
581
6,387

95
61
90
20
06
39

$448,874 67

$730,344 60

$1,179,219 27

C apital stock paid in_________________ __________ ______
Surplus _______________ :_______________________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes p a id ______
Other existing profits collected, hut n o t in undivided
profits account _____________________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney borrow ed )___________________________
Notes rediscounted ___________________________________
Deposits, due to banks________________________________
Dividends u n p a id _____________________________________
Individual deposits subject to'eh eck ---------------------------Savings d e p o s its ______________________________________
Demand certificates o f d eposit________________________
Tim e certificates o f deposit........ ..................... .......... .........
Certified ch eck s_____________ _____ __________ _________
Cashier’s c h e c k s _____ ______ _________ _____ _________
State, county and m unicipal d e p osits.----------------------P osta l savings deposits_______________________________
Other lia b ilitie s _______________________________________

$65,000 00

$35,000 00
33,000 00

$100,000 00

T ota ls________ ____ . _________________________________

$448,874 67

Liabilities—
20,000 00

3,608 89

6,000 00

6 ,0 0 0 00

344,216 87
2,086 33

344,216 87
655,093 63
2,086 33

22 50
5,736 98

22 50
5,736 98

655,093 63

7,250 97

7,250 97
2,203 10

$730,344 60

$1,179,219 27

2,203 10

No t e .—T he above statem ent includes the business o f a branch office at Newcastle.




53,000 00
3,608 89

R E PO R T OF S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

112.

OF B A N K S .

91

CITY SAVINGS BANK.
SANTA CRUZ.
Incorporated December 6, 1887.

Officers— F. D. Baldwin, President; P. R. H owe, Vice-President; O. D. Hinkle, Vice-President;
T. G. McCreary, Secretary," Treasurer and Cashier; A. H. F oster, A ssistant Cashier;
W . M. Carmean, Assistant Cashier.
Directors—F. D. Baldwin, J. P. Parker, R. J. M attison, T. G. McCreary, C. D. Hinkle,
L. E rM eLellan, F. R. Howe.

S tatem ent of June 30, 1919.

Resources -

Commercial

Loans and discounts........................ ......... ..........................
....................
Overdrafts ________________ , ___ ______________________
___________
B onds, warrants and other s ecu rities...____ _______ _ ___________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures----------------------------------------Safe deposit vaults___________ ____ ____________ ____ ________________
Other real estate ow n ed .___ __________________________
___________
Due from reserve banks_______________________________
___________
Due from other banks___ i __________________________ ■ ___________
_
A ctual cash on hand----------------- -------------------------- ----------------------Exchanges fo r clearing house_______ ____ ________ ___
________ ^..
Checks and other cash items----------- ------------------------- — ___________
Other resources !__________ ____________________________
___________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)----------------------------------------------------Notes, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)............. — -----------------

Savings
$875,740 67

Combined
___________

525,670 09
20,900 00
30,078 62
171,248-43
16,127 80
53,984 26

_______ ____
___________
___________
___________

4,267 53
67,780 74
80,000 00
$1,845,798 14

T otal.

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in--------------------------------------------------Surplus -------- ------- -------- ------------------- ---------------------- —
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid______
Other existing profits collected, but n o t in -undivided
profits a c c o u n t ________________ ____ ________ ______
Bills payable (including certificates o 1 deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )-----------------------------------------Notes rediscounted _________ 1 ------------------------------------Deposits, due to banks--------------------------- -------------------Dividends u n p a id ______ ______ 1----- ---------- -----------------Individual deposits subject to cheek---------------------------Savings d e p o s its ________________ : ____________________
Demand certificates o f deposit------------------------------- -----Time certificates o f deposit___________________________
Certified c h e ck s _______________________________________
Cashier’s checks ______________________________________
State, cou nty and municipal deposits------------------------P osta l savings deposits------------------------------------ ---------Other lia b ilitie s _______________________________________
T o t a l.




-----------------_____ _____
___________
___________

$130,000 00
70,000 00
33,416 99

..
..

________ . . .

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------5,400 00
----------------------------------___________
1,601,681 15
-------------------------- ✓ ------—T
----------------------------___________
___________
_________ ________________
--------------------------------------------------------------------___________
5,300 00
$1^45,798 14

..

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REPORT

113.

OF S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

OF B A N K S .

CITIZENS SAVINGS BANK OF SAN DIEGO.
SAN DIEGO.
Incorporated January 16, 1888.

Officers—I. Isaac, Irwin, President; Wheeler J. Bailey, Vice-President; O .B. W hittelsey, Secretary,
Treasurer end Cashier; John Zweck, Assistant Cashier; Geo. E. Jaeger, Assistant Cashier and
A ssistant Secretary.
Directors—W . J. Bailey, M arco H . Heilman, I. Isaac Irwin, Geo. E. Jaeger, W illiam Kettner,
Edmund Mayer, C. B. W hittelsey.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.

Resources
Loans and discounts__________________________________
O verdrafts
.................^______ ________________________
B onds, warrants and other securities_________________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures_______________
Safe deposit vaults____________________________________
Other real estate owned---------------------------------- ; ________
Due from reserve banks_______________________________
Due from other banks_________________________________
A ctual cash on hand__________________________________
Exchanges for clearing house— ----------------------------- Checks and other cash items-------------- ------- -----------------Other resou rces_____________ T
_________________________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)________________________
N otes, drafts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)________

Commercial

___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
----------------------------------___________
___________
___________

T otal.

Savings

$676,943 69
259,717
11,523
7,660
63,206
144,860

30
72
00
58
43

..

29,095 79
. 4,559 12
6,264 94

..
..

$1,203,831 57

Liabilities—
C apital stock phid in____ ______ ____ ________ _______ ________________
-----------------Surplus -------------- --------------------------------------------------------Undivided p rofits, less expenses and taxes p a id ______
___________
Other existing profits collected, b u t n ot in undivided
profits account _____________________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )___________________________
Notes rediscounted ___________________________________
Deposits, due to banks-------------- ---------------------------------Dividends u n p a id _____________________________________
Individual deposits subject to check--------------------------Savings d e p o s its -------------------------------- ------------------------------------------Demand certificates o f d eposit-------------------------------------- -----------------Tim e certificates o f deposit___________________________
___________
Certified ch e ck s ----------------------------------------------------------------------------Cashier’ s c h e c k s ----- ------- ---------------------- ------------- ------- -----------------State, cou n ty and municipal deposits-------- --------------------------------P osta l savings deposits----------------------------------------------------------------Other lia b ilities_______________________________________
______ ____ ,
T o t a l.




Combined

______ ____

$100,000 00
20,000 00
11,815 00

1,011,345 62
-----------------45,649 95"
---------------------------------------------------------------15,021 00
$1,203,831 57

..
..

R EPO RT OP S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

114.

93

OP B A N K S .

“ COMMERCIAL BANK OF SAN LUIS OBISPO.’ ’
SAN LUIS OBISPO.
Incorporated March 20, 1888.

Officers—J. W . Barneberg, President; E. W . Clark, Vice-President; H. L . Kemper, Vice-President
and Treasurer; R. R. Muscio, Vice-President; P. H. T horp, Secretary and Cashier;
L. J. Defosset, Assistant Cashier.
Directors—J. W . Barneberg E. W . Clark, S. A. Dana, L. J. Beckett, A.' Muscio, R. R. Muscio,
P. Tognazzini, H. L. Kemper, E. Biaggini.

S tatem ent of June 30, 1919.

Resources—
Loans and discounts__________________________________
Overdrafts _______________________ ___________________
Bonds, warrants and other securities________________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures_______________
Safe deposit vaults________________________________
Other real estate owned________ ______ _______________
Due from reserve banks______________________________
Due from other banks_________________________________
A ctual cash on hand____ --------------------------------------------Exchanges fo r clearing house.,________________________
Checks and other cash items__________________________
Other resou rces_____________________________ ______ _
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)------------------------------------Notes, drafts, or bills o f exchange (lim ited)________ '
Totals.

Commercial
$1,524,054 74
14,756 10
367,912 10
' 60,000 00
............ ........

290,041 12
4,143 69
117,306 88

Savings
$1,901,904 45
—.............
206,250 00
___________

Combined
$3,425,959 19
14,756 10
574,162 10
60,000 00

6,000 00

6,000 00

144,204 39
55,000 00

89,779 98
234,844 82

434,24551
4,143 69
172,30688
89,779 98
234,844 82

$2,702,839 43

$2,313,358 84

$5,016,198 27

$200,000 00
75,000 00
121,402 28

$100,009 00
125,000 00
16,432 31

$300,000 00
200,000 00
137,834 59

Liabilities—
Capital stock paid in___________________ _____________
Surplus ---------------------------------------- ------- J---------------------Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid______
Other existing profits collected, but n ot in undivided
profits a c c o u n t _____ _______________________________
BiJIs payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )___________________________

___________

N otes red iscou n ted ________________________ ______________

____________

Deposits, due to banks------------------------------------------------Dividends u n p a id _____________________________________
Individual deposits subject to check__________________
Savings d e p o s its ______________________________________
Demand certificates o f deposit-----------------------------------Time certificates o f deposit-----------------------------------------Certified ch e ck s _______________________________________
Cashier’s checks ______________________________________
State, cou nty and municipal deposits________________
P osta l savings deposits_______________________________
Other lia b ilitie s _______________________________________

45,899 00
15,037 50
1,446,891 85
___________
20,169 36
637,674 41
1,500 00
___________
139,265 03
___________
___________

T o ta ls .




$2,702,839 43

2,071,184 43

45,899
15,037
1,446,891
2,071,184
20,169
637,674
1,500

00
50
85
43
36
41
00

______

139,265 03

742 10

742 10

$2,313,358 84

$5,016,198 27

R E P O R T OP S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

94

116.

OF B A N K S .

PAJARO VALLEY SAVINGS BANK.
WATSONVILLE.
Incorporated July 18, 1888.

Officers— W. R. Porter, President; J. E. TTafton, Vice-President; C. P. Langley, Vice-President
and-M anager; C. A. P alm tag, Secretary and Cashier; L. H. L opes, Treasurer and Assistant
Secretary; W. N. Cumming, Assistant Secretary.
Directors—W . R. P orter, F. Mauk, J . E. T ra fton , L . P . C ox, Charles F . Langley.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.

Resources
Loans and discounts____________ ____ ________________
O verdrafts . ____ . . . _________ ________ __________ _____
B onds, warrants and other securities________________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures.
__________
Safe deposit vaults____________________________________
Other real estate owned_______________________________
Due from reserve banks_______________________________
Due from other banks_____________________ __________
A ctual cash on hand----------------------------------------------------Exchanges fo r clearing house_________________________
Checks and other cash items........ .......... —_____ _______
Other resou rces_____________________________ _____ ____
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)________________________
N otes, d ra fts, or bills o f exchange (lim ited)— ____ _
T o t a l____ ____ _____________________________ ____ ____

Commercial
Savings
___________
$694,417 75
___________
___________
___________
144,480 55
___________
29,000 00
___________
___________
___________
15,274 20
____ 1______
146,860 75
___________
___________
---------------58,897 89
________ . . .
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
125,000 00
____ ______

Combined
___________
___________
___________
______ 1____
___________
____________
___________
___________
___________
___________
_________ _
___________
___________

$1,213,931 14

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in--------------------------------------------------Surplus -------- ------------------------=
.---------- ------- ------------------U n d ivid ed p r o fits , less expenses an d ta x e s p a id _______

Other existing profits collected, but n o t in undivided
" profits account _____________________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )___________________________
N otes red iscou n ted _______________________________ r—
Deposits, due to banks________________________________
Dividends u n p a id ___ i ________________________________
Individual deposits subject to check--------------------------Savings d e p o s its ___________ 1
___________ _______ _____ _
Demand certificates o f d ep osit-..........................................
Tim e certificates o f deposit___________________________
Certified ch e ck s ----------- ------- ----------------------------------------Cashier's checks ______________________________________
State, cou nty and municipal deposits________________
P osta l savings deposits------------------ .---------------------------Other liabilities —----------- ---------------------------------------------T o t a l.




$50,000 00
60,000 00
9,238 18

1,000 00

______

1,073,848 07

___________

19,844 89

$1,213,931 14

R E PO R T

117.

95

OP S U P E R IN T E N D E N T O F B A N K S .

BANK OF RIDEOUT, SMITH & GO.
OROVILLE.
Incorporated M ay 31, 1888.

Officers—Phebe M. Rideout, President;
President, Treasurer and Cashier;
J. C. B oyle, Assistant Cashier; F. L
Directors—Phebe M. Rideout, Dunning
W alter M, Smith, John J. Ham lyn.

Dunning Rideout, Vice-President; L . L. Green, ViceP. ,W . W ilerman, Secretary and A ssistant Cashier;
Hum phry, Assistant Cashier.
Rideout, L. L. Green, George P . Jones, R. S. Powers,

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.

Resources—

Commercial

Loans and discounts-------------------------- ---------- .............. . .
. ...................
O v e r d r a ft s _______ —
___________ ____ _______ ____ _____
___________
B onds, warrants and other securities_________________
___________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures________________
_________ _
Safe deposit vaults____________________________________
___________
Other real estate owned______________________ ______ ________________
Due from reserve banks_______________________________
___________
Due from other banks_________________ ____ _________
. . . . _______
A ctual cash on hand______ ______ ____________________
___ ____ _
Exchanges fo r clearing house_________________________
_________ _
Checks and other cash items--------------------------------------------------------Other re s o u rc e s _______________________________________
___________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)________________________
___________
N otes, d ta fts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)________
___________
T o ta l___________________ _________ _________ _____ ____

____ : ______

Savings
$224,357 42
. . . ________
232,282 48
___________
___________
26,201 08
31,864 95
_____ _____
13,137 21
___________
-----------------___________
___________
___________

Combined
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
----------------_________
__________ _
___________

$527,843 14

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in______ ____ ______ _____ ______ _
___________
$30,000 00
Surplus _______________________________________________
___________
• 20,000 00
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes p a id ______
___________
1,853 59
Other existing profits collected, but n o t in undivided
profits a c c o u n t _____________________________________
___________
201 68
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
___________
___________
senting m oney b orrow ed )___________________________
Notes red iscou n ted ___________________________________
___________
___________
Deposits, due to banks________________________________
___________
___________
Dividends u n p a id ___________________________ i,----------------------------------- -------------------Individual deposits subject to check—-------- -------------------------------------------------Savings d e p o sits ______________________________________
___________
475,787 87
Demand certificates o f deposit----------------------------------------------------------------------Time certificates o f deposit---------------------------------------- - --------------------------------—
Certified c h e c k s _______________________________________
___________
___________
Cashier’s c h e c k s __________ ___________________________
___________
___________
State, cou n ty and municipal deposits-----------------------------------------------------------.
___________
P osta l savings deposits______________________ ____ ____ ___________
Other lia b ilities_______________________________________
___________
____________
T o ta l_________________________________________________

7—48942




___________

$527,843 14

..

—

96

R E P O R T O F S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

119.

OF B A N K S.

MONROVIA SAVINGS BANK.
MONROVIA.
Incorporated July 27, 1888.

Officers—J obn H . Bartle, President; C . A. Chess, Vice-President; M arco H . Heilman, ViceW
President; K. E. Lawrence, Secretary and Cashier; A. J. Everest, Treasurer.
Directors—John H. Bartle, W . A. Chess, M arco H. Heilman, A. J. Everest, John P. Dunn.
S ta t e m e n t o f J u n e 30, 1919.

Resources

Commercial
L oans and discounts--------------------------------------------------------------------O verdrafts -------- ------------------------------------------------ --------------------------B onds, warrants and other securities_________________
___________
B ank premises, furniture and fixtures____ ____ ______
___________
Safe deposit vaults........................ - _________ ____ ______
___________
Other real estate owned.^_________________ ____ _______
___________
Due from reserve banks____________________ _________ _
______ _____
Due from other banks------------------------------- ------- ---------------------------A ctual cash on h a n d ...______ ____________ ___________
___________
Exchanges fo r clearing house---------------------- ---------------- -----------------Checks and other cash items_______ _______ ________ ________________
Other resources ______ __________________________ ____ ___________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)-------- ^
........... ............................ ...................
N otes, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)_________
___________
T o ta l________ ________ _______________________________

Savings
$541,085 00
-------- --------147,404 00
1,200 00
___________
3,085 75
72,354 51
-----------------22,692 71
-----------------5,664 85
834 00
.....................
___________

Combined
___________
-----------------............. .......
___________
___________
___________

___________

$794,320 82

___________

___________
___________
___________

$50,000 00
26,000 00
305 01

___________
_______ . ___
__________ _

-----------------___________
-----------------________ _
___________
.....................
___________

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in---------------------------------------- ------- —
Surplus _______________________ ’____________ ___________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxe3 paid______
Other existing profits collected, but n ot in undivided
profits a c c o u n t --------------------------------------------------------Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )___________________________
N otes rediscounted ___________________________________
Deposits, due t o banks________________________________
Dividends u n p a id _____________________________________
Individual deposits subject to cheek---------------------------Savings d e p o s its ____ .--------------------------------------------------Demand certificates o f d eposit------------------------------------Tim e certificates o f deposit-----------------------------------------Certified ch e ck s ----------1---------------------- ------------------------Cashier’s c h e c k s ------------------------ --------------------------------State, county and municipal deposits------------------------P osta l savings deposits----------- ---------- - .........- ------- ------Other liabilities -- ----------- ------------- ---------------- ---------- —T otal.




------------------

------------------

___________
___________
___________
___________
----------------------------------------------------'
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

___________
___________
___________
2,000 00
-----------------713,215 81
-----------------2,800 00
------------------•
-----------------— ----------------------------------------------$794,320 82

-----------------___________
___________
___________
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ----------

R E PO RT OP S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

121 AND 121A.

97

OP B A N K S .

FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK OF
STOCKTON, CALIFORNIA.
STOCKTON,
Incorporated O ctober 17, 1888.

Officers—P. A. Guernsey, President; John M. Perry, Vice-President; W ill E. M orris, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier; O. A. Baker, Assistant Cashier. E . D. H eron, A ssistant Cashier and
M anager and C. E. W o o d , Assistant M anager at Branch.
Directors—P . A. Guernsey, John M. Perry, W ill E. Morris, S. B. C oates, Dan N. Gilmore,
H. E. Welch, E. P. Davis, Prank C ox, George Pinkbohner.

S tatem ent of June 30, 1919.

Resources—
Loans and discounts___________ ____ _________________
Overdrafts -1__________________________________________
B onds, warrants and other securities________________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures________________
Safe deposit vaults------------------------------------------------------Other real estate owned________________ , _____________
Due from reserve banks_______________________________
Due from other banks................. _......................................
A ctual cash on hand-____________________ _____ _____ _
Exchanges fo r clearing house________________________
Checks and other cash items______ - ______ __________
Other re s o u rc e s ____________________________ "__________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)________________________
Notes, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)_________
Totals.

Commercial

$2,078,045
1,238
501,292
265,000
15,500
3,355
151,282
2,580
135,348
94,626
14,637
28,476

35
41
29
00
00
40
34
92
64
08
22
47

Savings
$1,512,975 82
317,123 63
210,000 00

12,249 67
200,187 25
58,282 52
1,489 97

Combined
$3,591,021 17
1,238 41
818,415 92
475,0C0 00
15,500 00
15,605 07
351,469 59
2,580 92
193,631 16
94,626 08
16,127 19
28,476 47

$3,291,383 12

$2,312,308 86

$5,603,691 98

$540,000 00

$100,000 00
110,000 00

$640,000 00

23,935 17

21,621 22

45,556 39

5,314 80

1,069 25

6,384 05

Liabilities—
Capital stock paid in .—______________________________
Surplus -----------------------------------------------------------------------Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes p a id ______
Other existing profits collected, but n ot in undivided
profits account _____________________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney borrow ed)________ ____ ___________ —
Notes rediscounted ___________________________________
Deposits, due t o banks------------------------------------------------Dividends u n p a id ------------------------------------------- ------- -----Individual deposits subject to check--------------------------Savings d e p o s it s ______________________________________
Demand certificates o f deposit------------------------------------Time certificates o f deposit___________________________
Certified ch e c k s _______________________________________
Cashier’s c h e c k s ________ ____ - -----------------------------------State, cou nty and municipal deposits------------ '-----------P ostal savings deposits__________________ ______ ______
Other lia b ilitie s __________________ ____ _______________
Totals.

110,000 00 -

200,000 00

200,000 00

175,235
122,795
14,465
1,693,477

07'
87
50 73
1,939,626 83

30,622
35,283
2,518
27,991
309,500

21
80
40
10
00

133,654 28

6,337 28
243 47
$3,291,383 12

$2,312,308 86

N o t e .—T he above Statement includes the business o f a branch office at Oakdale.




220,000 00

175,235
122,795
14,465
1,693,477
1,939,626
30,622
168,938
2,518
27,991
309,500
6,337
243

07
87
50
73
83
21
08
40
10
00
28
47

$5,603,691 98

98

U EPORT

122.

OP S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

OP B A N K S :

DECKER-JEWETT BANK.
MARYSVILLE.
Incorporated Novem ber 12, 1888.

Officers—E lliott McAllister, President; J oh n K. Kelly, Vice-President; H . B. P . Carden, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier; Jackson W aste, Assistant Cashier.
Directors—E lliott McAllister, Jackson W aste, H . B. P. Carden, John K. Kelly, W . T . Ellis.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.

Resources—
Loans and discounts—______ ________________
O v e r d r a ft s __________________________________
B onds, warrants and other securities_______
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures_______
S afe deposit vaults__________________________
Other real estate owned_____________________
Due from reserve banks_______________ _____ _
Due from other banks______________________
A ctual cash on hand___________________ ____
E xchanges fo r clearing house_________ _____
Checks and other cash items________________
Other resou rces_______________ ____ ___ ____
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)______________
Notes, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (limited)
T otals.

Com m ercial
$643,538
8,834
155,766
4,806
2,500
15,730
82,609

Savings

99
96
98
05
00
20
63

$79,650 00

45,964 49
4,500 35

3,789 58

50,864 04

$1,015,115

25.000 00
20.000 00

2,500 00

......

Combined
$728,188
8,834
180,766
24,806
2,500
15,730
85,109

99
96
98
0300
20
63

49,754 07
4,500 35
50,864 04

$130,939 58

$1,146,055 27

$25,000 00
____________
............. ..........

$150,000 00

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in------------------------------------- ------- -----Surplus .............................................................. —---------------Undivided profits, less expenses and tpxes paid---------Other existing profits collected, but n ot in undivided
profits account _____________________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )-----------------------------------------Notes rediscounted ___________________________________
Deposits, due to banks-------------------------------------- :---------Dividends unpaid — -------------------------- ------- - ...................
Individual deposits subject t o check--------------------------Savings d e p o s its ______________________________________
Demand certificates o f deposit------------------------------------Tim e certificates o f deposit--------------------------------------Certified ch e ck s -------- --------------------------------------------------Cashier’s c h e c k s ____ 1-------------------------------------------------State, cou n ty and m unicipal deposits-------- ---------------P osta l savings deposits----------------- -----------------------------Other lia b ilitie s ____ . _________________________________
T otals.




$125,000 00
60,000 00
26,247 69

40,000 00

____________

1,470 00
406,588 74
__________
12,548 00
293,261 26

_______ *____

60,000 00

____________

$1,015,115 69

105,939 58

$130,939 58

26,247 69

40,000 00

1,470
406,588
105,939
12,548
293,261

00
74
58
01
26

60.0CO 00

$1,146,055 27

REPORT

123 AND 123A.

OP S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

99

OP B A N K S .

SECURITY TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK.
LOS ANGELES.
Incorporated January 11, 1889.

Officers'—J. E‘. Sartori, President; W . D. Longyear, Vice-President; M. S. Heilman, Vice-President;
W. H. B ooth , V ic -President; C'has. H. T oll, Vice-President; W . M. Caswell, Secretary; T . Q. H all,
Treasurer; J. H . Griffin, A ssistant Secretary; W . D. Otis, A ssistant Secretary; H . W . Little,
Assistant Secretary; John T. C ooper, A ssistant Secretary; R. B. H ardacre, Cashier; H. H . Smock,,
Assistant Cashier; G. M. W allace, Assistant Cashier; P. W . Cowlin, A ssistant Cashier; G. M.
Martin, A ssistant T rust A ttorn ey; J. H . Griffin, Trust Officer; C. M. Gay, A ssistant T rust Officer;
J. G. Corey, Branch Manager; W . M. C am eron, Assistant Branch Manager; L. H. Roseberry, Trust
A ttorney.
Directors!—J. P. Sartori, M. S. Heilman, John E. Plater, Chas. H. T oll, W . H . B o o th , W . D. L ongyear,
W illiam H. Allen, Jr., N orm an Bridge, W . B. Hardacre, S'. C. Zom bro, Rl H . L acy, James H .
Adam s, W . L. Valentine, W . K . H olliday, Henderson H ayw ard, T. E. Newlin, W . J. W ashburn,
H. W . O’Melveny, J. H. Shankland, W . D. W oolwine, R. Shettler, Geo. A. H art, W . Jarvis Barlow ,
Jos. Kurtz.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.
R eS O U T C eS —

Com m ercial

Savings

Court trusts Private trusts

Combined

Loans and discounts____________________ $.3,730,467 11 $21,732,100 22
.. $25,462,567 33
O verdrafts ______ : ___________________ . . . '
691 04 -----------------691 04
Bonds, warrants and other securities...
1,080,808 98 17,465,420 14 $300,000 09 $144,747 00 18,940,971 07
Bank premises, furniture and fixtu res.— ----------------1,084,903 89
1,084,906 89
Safe deposit vaults_________________________
37,11116 166,897 84
204,000 00
Other real estate owned_________________ ___________
438,151 89 __________
10,100 00
448,251 89
Due from reserve banks_________________
990,634 28 8,55^,038 80
38,237 94
9,239 78 9,606,210 75
13,743 38 _________
Due from other banks__________________ ___________
256,075 84
269,819 22
A ctual cash on hand______________ •
_____
744,827 57 1,450,757 09
____ — _
2,192 58 2,197,777 24
Exchanges fo r clearing bouse________
581,962 87
91,361 16
673,324 03
Checks and oth r cash it.m s ______________
24,48070 193,100 77 ________
15,440 61
233,022 08
Other resources ____________________________
91,90328
105 00 ________
18,280 08
113,288 31
Notes, drafts, o r bills o f exchange
(limited) ___________________ __________
—_________
1,722,500 00 _________ —.......... — 1,722,500 00
. ; _________
1,677,100 69 _________ ' —------------- 1,677,100 69
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)_________
T ota ls _______________________________

$7,244,881 89 $54,837,576 33 $351,981 32 $200,009 00 $62,634,439 54

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in______ ____ _______
S u r p lu s ____ ____________________ ____ ____
Undivided profits, less expenses and
taxes p a i d _____________________________
Other existing profits, collected, b u t n ot
in undivided profits account__________
Bills payable, including, certificates o f
deposit representing m oney b orrow ed .
Notes rediscounted ___ __________________
Deposits due t o banks__________________
Dividends unpaid _______________________
Individual deposits subject, to check___
Savings d e p o s it s ________________________
Demand certificates o f deposit_________
Time certificates o f d p o s i t .. ,__________
Certified checks __________ ____ _________
Cashier’s checks ____________ ____________
State, county and municipal d e p o s its ...
P osta l savings deposits____________ ____
Other liabilities ___________________ ____ _
Deposits received from executors, ad­
m inistrators, guardians, receivers, etc.
T otals _______________________________

Trust Resources—

$100,000 O $1,000,000 00 $360,000 00 $100,000 00 $1,800,000 00
O
350,000 00
759,000 O
O
1,100,000 00
53,743 39

664,129 75 _________

160,194 09

1,911 81

5,971,041 26
__________
231 25
__________
35,311 18
265,610 72
__________

__________
49,591,079 17
__________
1,492,299 07
_________
__________
840,000 00

100,000 00

8,750 00
_______

162,105 93
_________ _________

5,971,041 26
49,591,079 17
_________ — ........—
231 25'
1,492,299 07
________ _________
33,311 18
_________ _________
265,610 72
840,000 00

498,156 50 _________
___________

817,873 14

_________

506,906 50

51,981 32 _________

61,981 32

$7,244,881 89 $54,837,576 33 $351,981 32 $200,000 00 $62,634,439 54

Trust Liabilities—

Court trusts

Personal
assets
re eiv ed
from
executors,
adm inistrators,
as­
signees, receivers o r trustees____
$719,565 76
T rust investments:
(a) Personal prop erty _________
2,579,757 00
(b) Real property _________ ____
1,998,096 19
Due from banks___________________
192,293 19
Cash on hand_____________________ ___________

T o ta l __________________________ $5,489,712 14
P rivate trusts, n o t specially designated as cou rt

Department.
http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/
N o t e .—T he above statem ent meludesi the business
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Court trusts

F .rson a l
assets
received
from
executors,
adm inistrators,
as­
signees, receivers o r trustees------$719,565 :c
Trusts held in capacity o f execu­
to r, adm inistrator, guardian, as­
signee, receiver o r trustee_______
4,770,146 38
Private trusts, specially designated
and construed as cou rt trusts,
under supervision _______________ ___________
T o ta l __________________________

$5,489,712 14

trusts, are n o t i:nder supervision o f State Banking
o f a branch office at L o s Angeles.

100

REPO RT OP

124.

S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

OP B A N K S .

“ THE BANK OP E. COOKE SMITH.”
PACIFIC GROVE.
Incorporated January 8, 1907.

Officers—E. C. Smith, President; P. H . Smith, Vice-President; A. O. Gates, Secretary, Treasurer
antPCashief; C. D. Smith, A ssistant Cashier.
Directors—E. C. Smith, P. H. Smith, A. O. Gates.

S tatem ent of June 30, 1919.

Resources—

Commercial

Savings

$40,165
221
19,150
29,500
1,552
465
18,013
145
9,800
1,166

53
59
00
00
39
00
32
71
45
85

$51,868 43

$120,180 85

$93,267 66

$213,448 51

C apital stock paid in---------------- ------- --------------------------$40,000 00
Surplus -------------------- ---------------------------------------------------1.500 00
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes pa id --------------------------Other existing profits collected, but n ot in undivided
___________
profits a c c o u n t _____________________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )-------■
--------------------------------------------------Notes rediscounted ___________________________________
___________
Deposits, due to banks------------------------------------------------------------------Dividends u n p a id _____________________________________
1---------------Individual deposits sifbject to check--------------------------62,695 85
Sayings d e p o s its ______________________________________
___________
Demand certificates o f d eposit-----------------------------------985 00
Tim e certificates o f d eposit--------------------------------------------------------Certified ch e c k s _____________________ __________ _______
___________
Cashier’s c h e c k s ------------- ---------------- ---------------------------------------------State, cou nty and municipal deposits------------------------15,000 00
P osta l savings deposits------------------------------------- --------------------------Other lia b ilities___________________________________ ________ _________

$10,000 00
1,600 00

$50,000 00
3,100 00

$120,180 85

$93,867 66

Loans and discounts_____ _____________ _____
O v e r d r a ft s --------------------------- ------- ----------------B onds, warrants and other securities----------Batik premises, furniture and fixtures_______
Safe deposit vaults----------------------------------------Other real estate ow ned______________________
Due from reserve banks_____________________
Due from other banks____________ ___________
A ctual cash on hand-------------------------------------Exchanges fo r clearing house_______________
Checks and other cash items_____ ___________
Other resources
,____ _____________________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim itejl)---------------------Notes, d ra fts, or bills o f exchange (limited).
Totals.

21,900 00

9,852 14
3,274 88
6,372 21

Combined

$92,033
221
41,050
29 500
1,552
10,317
21,288
145
16,172
1,166

96
59
00
C
O
39
14
20
71
66
86

Liabilities—

T o t a ls .




______ __
62,695 85
81,667 66
81,667 66
____________________ 96500

15,000 00

$213,448 51

101

R E P O R T O F S U P E R IN T E N D E N T O F B A N K S .

125.

BANK OF HUENEME.
HUENEME.
Incorporated February 28, 1889.

Officers—D. T . Perkins, President; E. O. Gerberding, Vice-President; A. L evy, Vice-President;
F.
Antes Snyder, Secretary; Edwin H. W ood , Treasurer and Cashier.
Directors—R ichard Bard, E. O. Gerberding, A. L evy, Edwin H. W o o d , R oger G. Edwards,
D.
T. Perkins, F. Antes Snyder.

S tatem ent of June 30, 1919.

Resources—

Commercial

Savings

L oans and d iscou n ts.._______ ___________ ________ ____
$89,42a 14
Overdrafts ___________________________ __________ ______
109 14
B onds, warrants and other securities________________
20,089 53
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures________________
2,518 55
Safe deposit vaults____________________________________
___________
Other real estate owned_________________ _______ _____
___________
Due from reserve banks____________________________
61,60888
Due from other banks_____________________________________
1,71126
A ctual cash on hand_____________________________________
9,99158
___________
Exchanges fo r clearing house_________________________
Checks and other cash items__________________________
5 00
Other resources _ j____ ______ ______________ ______ ___
52 50
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)........— ____________ ____ ___________
Notes, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ite d )............... —•
_________
T o t a l . . . . ____ ________

$185,510 58

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in_________________________________
Surplus _______________________________________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid______
Other existing profits collected, b u t n ot in undivided
profits a c c o u n t -------------------------- -----------------------------Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )___________________________
Notes rediscounted ___________________________________
Deposits, due to banks__________________________ --------Dividends u n p a id _____________________________________
Individual deposits subject to check_______ _______ _
Savings d e p o s its _______________________ _____________ _
'Demand certificates o f deposit_________ ______________
Time certificates o f deposit___________________________
Certified c h e c k s ______ ________________________________
Cashier’s c h e c k s ____________________________________ —
State, cou n ty and municipal deposits------------------------P osta l savings deposits-----------------------------------------------Other lia b ilitie s _______________________________________
T otal.
‘ Deficit.




$50,000 00
12,500 00
*139 18
-----------------10,000 00
___________
1,533 69
_________ 1100,551 01
___________
___________
10,915 06
___________
___________
----------------------------------150 00
$185,510 58

Combined

102

REPORT

126.

OP S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

OP B A N K S .

ORANGE COUNTY TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK.
SANTA ANA.
Incorporated April 12, 1889.

Officers—W. E. Otis, President; P. E. Farnsw orth, Vice President; E. B. Sprague, Secretary and
Cashier; Geq. E. Peters, Treasurer, A ssistant Cashier and A ssistant Secretary; I. M. Sproul,
A ssistant Cashier; U. D. Rhodes, T ru st Officer; E. E. Keech, Counsel.
Directors—C. D. Holmes, A . Otis Birch, E. B. Sprague, F. E. Farnsworth, A. B. Gardner, E. J. Carden,
A . J. Visel, H. D. Meyer, W . E. Otis.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.

Resources

Commercial

Savings

Court trusts Private trusts

L oa n s and discounts____________________
$756,993 21
$435,634 59 $14,000 00
O verdrafts ______________________________ ___________
B onds, w arrants and other securities—
44,100 00
33,80) 00
35,185 00
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures_
_
37,363 00
27,200 O _________
O
Safe d ep osit vaults________________ ____ _ ____ _______
11,000 00
Other real estate owned________ ____ . i __ - .......... .........
20,172 79 _________
Due fro m reserve banks_________________
101,017 11
'56,157 81 _________
12,39993
Due from other banks_____________________
________
815 00
A ctual cash on hand__________ ...._______
44,028 16
14,076 98 _________
E xchanges fo r clearing house_______________
2,49762
9,523 00 _________
Checks and oth r cash it m s-----------------914 31
45 O _________
O
Other r e s o u r c e s _______ '_________________
8,217 27
________
1,000 00
Notes, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange
15,000 00 _________

32,775 97
__________

--------- --------

T ota ls ---------------------

Combined

$18,500 00 $1,225,127 80
145,860 97
64,563 00
11,000 00

________ 20,172 79
_________
157,174 92
620 07
13,885 08
103 96
58,209 10
_________
12,020 68
_________
959 31
_________
9,217 27
__________

15,000 00

$1,007,530 64

$622,610 23

$51,000 00

$52,000 00 $1,733,140 87

C apital stock paid in_________________ _
$150,000 00
S u r p lu s ------- --------------------------------------------45,000 00
Undivided profits, less expenses and
23,069 66
taxes p a i d _____________________________
Other existing profits, collected, b u t n ot
in undivided profits account__________ ___________
Bills payable, including certificates o f
d eposit representing m oney b orrow ed .
80,000 00
Notes rediscounted1 ___ _________________ . ___________
Deposits due t o banks__________________ !
17,468 97
Dividends unpaid _______________________
12,000 00
Individual deposits subject t o check___
540,637 31
Savings d e p o s it s ________________________
___________
Demand certificates o f deposit_________
___________
lim e certificates t f deposit______ . ______
79,372 22
Certified c h e c k s _________________________
24 80
Cashier’s checks ________________________
20,957 68
State, cou nty and municipal deposits—
39,000 00
P osta l savings deposits_________________ ___________
Other lia b ilit ie s _________________________ ____ _______
Deposits received from executors, ad­
m inistrators, guardians, receivers, etc______________

$50,000 00
14,000 00

$50,000 00
1,000 00

$50,000 00
2,000 00

Liabilities—

T o t a l s _______________________________

Trust Resources—

$1,007,530 64

cou rt trusts

Personal
assets - received
from
executors,
adm inistrators,
as­
signees, receivers o r trustees------- -----------------T rust investments:
(a ) Personal p r o p e r t y __________
$12,562 15
(b ) Real p r o p e r t y _______________
49,414 00
Due from banks__ ____ ____________
6,903 00
Cash on hand______________________ ___________

T o ta l

$68,879 15

______

____ _____

$300,000 00
62,000 00
23,069 66

80,000 00
19,857 89 _________

_____ _____ _____
_______________________
516,148 14 _________ ____ _____—
19,147 88 ..........- ................. .........
..........
________
3,456 32 _________

$622,610 23

$51,000 00

37,326 86
12,000 00

540,63731
516,148 14
98,520
24
20,957
42,456

10
80
68
32

$52,000 00 $1,733,140 87

Trust Liabilities—

court trusts
Personal
assets
received
from
executors,
adm inistrators,
assign'es, receivers o r trustees------- -----------------Trusts held1 in capacity o f execu­
tor, adm inistrator, guardian, as­
signee, receiver o r trustee_______
$68,879 15
Private trusts, specially designated
and construed as cou rt trusts,
under supervision ______________ ___________
T o ta l

$68,879 15

P r iv a t e tr u s ts , n o t sp ecia lly d e s ig n a te d as c o u r t t r u s ts , a re n o t u n d e r s u p e r v is io n o f S t a t e B a n k in g
D e p a rtm e n t.




R EPO RT

103

OF S U P E R IN T E N D E N T OF B A N K S .

127 AND 127B. PIONEER BANK.
PORTERVILLE.
Incorporated April 19, 1889.
Officers—King C. Gillett, President; Chester Dowell, Vice-President; M. C. M attinson, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier; P. Gafvert, A ssistant Cashier; E. E. R idgway, A ssistant Cashier;
J. M. Kerr, A ssistant Cashier; John W . Fitting, Assistant Cashier.
Directors—Chester Dowell, W . A. Dowell, King G. Gillett, M. C. M attinson, E. E. R idgway,
W m . A. Nelson.

S tatem ent of June 30, 1919.

Resources—
Loans and discounts____ _____ ____ _________
O v e r d r a fts __________________________________
Bonds, warrants and other securities_______
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures----------Safe deposit vaults__________________________
Other real estate owned_____________________
Due from reserve banks_____ ________ ______ _
Due from other banks_______________________
A ctual cash on hand________________________
Exchanges fo r clearing house_______________
Checks and other cash items_______________
Other res ou rces _____________________________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)______________
Notes, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (limited)
Totals.

Commercial
$430,578 33
2,033 41
109,818 65
49.000 00
10.000 00
4,400 00
116,141 39
6,529 38
38,052 74
2,273 22
3,029 74

Savings
$140,836 29

7,751 13

Combined
$571,414 62
2,033 41
140,818 65
49,000 00
10,003 00
4,400 00
119,274 49
6,529 38
45,803 87

___________
___________

2,273 22
3,029 74

31,000 00

3,133 10

$771,856 86

$182,720 52

$954,577 38

$85,000 00
17,500 00
12,599 33

$20,000 00
5,000 00
.....................

$106,000 00
22,500 00
12,599 33

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in--------------------------------------------------Surplus ----------------- -----------------------------------------------------Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid---------Other existing profits collected, but n ot in undivided
profits account _____________________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney borrow ed)-----------------------------------------Notes rediscounted ----------------- . ----------------------------------Deposits, due t o banks------------------------------------- -----------Dividends u n p a id _____________________________________
Individual deposits subject to check---------------------------Savings d e p o s i t s ----- --------------------------------------------------Demand certificates o f d eposit------------------------------------Time certificates o f deposit___________________________
Certified c h e c k s _______________________________________
Cashier’s checks ______________________________________
State, cou nty and m unicipal deposits-------- _
---------------P osta l savings deposits-----------------------------------------------Other lia b ilitie s _____________ ____ ______ ____ ________
Totals.

488,477 73
157,720 52
2,598
101,085
200
3,021
60,514
860

28
45
00
04
54
49

$771,856 86

...

$182,720 52

No t e .—The a bov e statement includes the business o f a branch office at Strathm ore.




488,477
157,720
2,598
101,085
200
3,021
60,514
860

73
52
28
45
00
04
54
49

$954,577 38

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128.

OP S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

OP B A N K S .

UNION SAVINGS BANK.
MODESTO.
Incorp orated April 29,1889.

Officers—O. D. Swan, President; E. C. Peck, Vice-President; T. H . Kewin, Vice-President, Secretary
and Treasurer; O. P. Miller, Cashier; Nellie I. Rieves, A ssistant Cashier; W . N. Steele,
Chairman o f the B oard.
Directors—C. D. Swan, E. C. Peck, J. W . H usband, W . N. Steele, J. W . Hawkins, G. R. S toddard,
T. H . Kewin.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.

Resources—
L oans and discounts............. . ............................
O v e r d r a ft s __________________________________
B onds, warrants and other securities_______
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures---------S afe deposit vaults__________________________
Other real estate owned________ ____ ________
Due from reserve banks______________________
Due from other banks------------------------- ---------A ctual cash on hand------------- ---------- - .......... ...
Exchanges for clearing house----------------------Checks and other cash items_________________
Other res ou rces ______________ ______________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)----------------------Notes, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (limited).
T o ta ls .

Com m ercial

Savings

Comtiined

$19,605 39

$787,111 79

$806,717 18

52,457 96

302,445 55

354,903 51

7,761 36

1,375 00
96,191 86

1,375 00
103,953 22

1,398 16

30,113 75

81,511 91

1,581 39

3,511 92

5,093 31

2,804 26

$1,220,749 87

$1,303,554 13

$50,000 00
5,000 00
2,058 21

$100,000 00

$150,000 00
30,000 00
21,153 97

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in_________________________________
Surplus ________________________ ___________ —...........—
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes p a id ______
Other existing profits collected, but n ot in undivided
profits account _____________________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )___________________________
Notes rediscounted ___________________________________
Deposits, due to banks-------------------------------------------------Dividends u n p a id _____________________________________
Individual deposits subject to check-------------- 1-----------Savings d e p o s its ______________________________________
Demand Certificates o f d ep o sit.-----------------------------------Tim e certificates o f deposit---------- ------------------------------Certified ch e ck s _________________________________
Cashier’s checks ________________________________
State, cou n ty and m unicipal deposits-------- ------P osta l savings deposits----------------- ---------- ---------Othfer liabilities ......... —.......... ............ ................—
T o t a ls .




25,000 00
19,095 76

686 05

686 05

60 00
1,054,167 97
8,781 23

$82,804 26

8,781 23

13,677 40

38,677 40

27 51

25,000 00

1,654,167 97

27 51

$1,220,749 87

$1,303,554 13

105

R E PO RT O P S U P E R IN T E N D E N T O P B A N K S .

129.

THE VALLEJO BANK OF SAVINGS.
VALLEJO.
Incorporated M ay 17, 1889.

Officers— W. K. Cole, President; D. Brosuahan, Vice-President; B. C. Byrne, Secretary, Treasurer
and Cashier; C. F. George, Assistant Cashier and A ssistant Secretary.
Directors—D. Brosnahan, W . K. Cole, F. W . Hall, S. M. Levee, J. J. M cDonald, B. C. Byrne,
T. J. O’H ara.
S ta t e m e n t o f J u n e 30, 1919.

Resources

Commercial
___________
Loans and discounts____________ _____________________
O v e r d r a ft s ____________________________________________
___________
B onds, warrants end other securities_________________
__________ 1
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures________________
___________
Safe deposit v a u l t s ...____ ___________ ____ _______ ________ _________
Other real estate owned_______________ __________ _________ _________
Due from reserve tranks__________________________ .____
___________
Due from other banks___ ____ _______ _____ _________
_________ _
Actual cash on hand__________________________________
___________
Exchanges fo r clearing-house_________________________
___________
Checks and other cash items______ ___________________
___________
Other re s o u rc e s __________________ ____ _______________
___________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)________________________
___________
Notes, d ra fts, or bills o f exchange (lim ited)_________
___________

Savings
$883,611 22
___________
317,881 88
___________
___________
___________
67,538 62
3,649 77
40,313 53
4,763 97
1,095 36
1,177 94
___________
53,595 37

Combined
___________
___________
___________
___________
_____ 1____
_________
___________
___________
_______ ____
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________

....................

$1,373,627 66

..

C apital stock paid in_________________________________
Surplus __________ ____________________________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid______
Other existing profits collected, but n ot in undivided
profits a c c o u n t _____________ _____ __________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )...................... ...................... ...
Notes rediscounted __________ ______ ________ ________
Deposits, due to banks________________________________
Dividends u n p a id _____________________________________
Individual deposits subject t o check..^_______________
Savings d e p o s it s ___________________ J________ :________
Demand certificates o f deposit________________________
Tim e certificates o f deposit_____ _____ ________________
Certified c h e ck s _______________________________________
Cashier’s checks ______________________________________
State, cou nty and municipal deposits________________
P osta l savings deposits-------------------- ------------------- ------Other lia b ilitie s _______________________________________

___________
___________
___________

$1(0,000 00
25,000 00
12,559 12

..

T o t a l ..._______________ __________________________________

T o ta l............. ............................ ........ .......... ..........................

Liabilities—

___________

___________

.....................
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________ _
___________
-----------------— ________

.....................
_________ —
___________
2,172-50
___________
1,184,954 28___________
___________
___________
___________
48,514 54
-----------------427 22

____________

$1,373,627 66

N o t e .— So ld co m m e rcia l d e p a rtm e n t t o V a lle jo C o m m e rcia l N a t io n a l
C h a n ged n a m e fr o m V a lle jo C o m m e r c ia l B a n k O cto b e r 14, 1918.




Bank

____________

J u ly

30, 1918.

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O P S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

131.

OP B A N K S .

THE BANK EUREKA.
EUREKA.
Incorporated O ctober 4, 1889.

Officers—C. P. Soule, President; O. H . P alm tag, Vice-President; O. Deane, Secretary, Treasurer
and Cashier; C. F. Edson, Assistant Cashier.
Directors—C. P . Soule, G. W . Hunter, J. M. H utcheson, J. M. Carson, N. H . Falk, H. W . Cole,
C. H. P alm tag, N. Thogersen, Geo. E. H anson.

S tatem ent of June 30, 1919.

Resources

—

Com m ercial

L oans and discounts-------- ------- ------------------- ---------------O verdrafts — -------------------------- ------------------- — ---------- _
B onds, warrants and other securities--------------------------Bank premises, furniture and fixtures________________
Safe deposit vaults---------------------------------------- --------------Other real estate ow ned-—............... - ..................................
Due fro m reserve banks_____________________________
Due from other banks—____ __________________________
A ctual cash on h a n d -____ _______ ________ ___________
Exchanges fo r clearing house........ .....................— ..........
Checks and other cash items__________________ ______ Other resou rces_______________________________________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)------------------------------------Notes, drafts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)............. —
T o ta l____ ______________________ _____ _______________

Savings

$629,218 68
13,451 35
169,431 05
54,590 35
3,000 00
2,895 00
341,030 94
15,526 11
139,496 15
— ^........___
14,081 61
2,964 12
----------------------------------$1,385,685 36

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in........ .............. .......... ........... .........—
S u rp lu s__________________________________ --------------------Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid______
Other existing profits collected, but n ot in undivided
profits account _______ ________ l____________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )--------------- --------- ------- --------Notes re d is co u n te d _____________________ _______ ______
Deposits, due t o banks-------------- ----------------------------------Dividends u n p a id _____________________________________
Individual deposits subject to check------------- ------------Savings d e p o s its ______________________________________
Demand certificates o f deposit------------------------------------Tim e certificates o f d eposit---------------------------------- ------Certified ch eek s_______________________________________
Cashier’s checks _________________________ —..................State, cou nty and municipal deposits------------------------P osta l savings deposits_______________________________
Other lia b ilities_______________________________________
T o t a l.




$200,000 00
50,000 00
74,629 28

---------- i.------___________
190,332 81
3,532 00
732,435 53
___________
26,248 59
-----------------700 00
4,409 77
92,000 00
2,822 37
8,584 01
$1,385,685 36

-----------------___________
---------------------------------------------------___ - ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Combined

107

R E PO R T OP S U P E R IN T E N D E N T O P B A N K S .

132.

THE SAVINGS BANK OF HUMBOLDT COUNTY.
EUREKA.
Incorporated October 4, 1889.

Officers—C. P. Soule, President; O. H . P a lm ta g, Vice-President; C. Deane, Secretary, Treasurer
and Cashier; T . R. Dinsmore, Assistant Cashier; H . F . Madsen, A ssistant Cashier.
Directors—C. P . Soule, G. W . Hunter, J. M. H utcheson, J. M. Carson, C. H . P a lm ta g, N. H . Falk,
H.
W . Cole, N. Thogersen, Geo. E. H anson.

S tatem ent of June 30, 1919.

Resources—
Loans and discounts_______ _____ ______________ ____ _
Overdrafts _______ ___________________________ ________
B onds, w arrants and other securities__________ ____ __
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures_________________
Safe deposit vaults-------------------- — ____ ____ _________
Other real estate owned_______ ______ ________________
Due from reserve banks-----------------------------------------------Due from other banks------------------------------------------------A ctual cash o n hand__________________________________
Exchanges fo r clearing house_________________________
Checks and other cash items__________________________
Other resou rces_______________________________________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)________________________
Notes, drafts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)— .'-____
T otal.

Commercial
--------------

Savings

Combined

$1,136,905 32
863,298 15
54,590 35
44,350 00
121,458 31
56,044 87

$2,276,647 00

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in--------------------------------------------------Surplus ----------------------------------------- -----------------------------Undivided profits, less expenses and taxe3 p a id____ —
Other existing profits collected, but n o t in undivided
profits a c c o u n t ---------------------------- ---------------------------Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )-------- --------------------------------Notes rediscounted _____________________________ _____
Deposits, due to banks------------------------------------------------Dividends unpaid -------- ----------------------------------------------Individual deposits subject t o check—................. .........
Savings d e p o s it s ............. ............................... .......................
Demand certificates o f deposit------------------------------------Time certificates o f deposit-----------------------------------------Certified c h e c k s _______________________________________
Cashier’s checks ______________________________________
State, cou nty and m unicipal deposits----------- ------- -----P osta l savings deposits----------*---------- ------- ----------------Other lia b ilities_______________________________________
T o t a l.




$100,000 00
108,000 00
29,348 40

___________
___________
___________

2,556 00

..

2,036,742 60

..

$2,276,647 00

108

R E P O R T O P S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

133.

OF B A N K S .

HOME SAVINGS BANK.
EUREKA.
Incorporated O ctober 21, 1889.

Officers—C. F. Gorman, President; G. W . Cousins, Vice-President; H . F . Charters, Secretary;
H . T . Trollnes, Treasurer and A ssistant Cashier; W . McCann, Assistant Cashier.
D iyictors—C. F. Gorm an, J. H. Crothers, H . H . Buhne, Geo. W . Cousins, G. H. Schulze.
S ta t e m e n t o f J u n e 30, 1919.

Reso UV 68
C

Commercial

L oans and discounts_______________ ____ _____ _______
___________
O v e r d r a ft s _______________________ _____________________
___________
B onds, warrants and other securities________________
___________
B ank premises, furniture and fixtures________________
___________
Safe deposit vaults____________________________________
___________
Other real estate owned___________________________ ____ ___________
Due from reserve banks_______________________________
___ _______
Due from other banks___________ _________ ______ ____ ___________
A ctual cash on hand_________________ *_______ ____ _
___________
E xchanges fo r clearing house_________________________
___________
Checks and other cash items__________ ____ _________
___________
Other resou rces_______________________________________
___________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)___________ ________ __________________
N otes, drafts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)_________
___________
T otal.

Savings
$800,714 63
181,229
144,000
1,300
24,957
113,049

73
00
00
43
22

34,106 24

10,000 00

$1,309,357 25

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in__________ ______________ . ____ ________________
$100,000 00
Surplus — .................. ........... - .........................— ................
.....................
50,000 00
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes p a id______
___________
28,280 77
Other existing profits collected, but n o t in undivided
profits a c c o u n t _____________________________________
________ _________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
----------------------------------senting m oney b orrow ed )-----------------------------------------N otes rediscounted ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Deposits, due to banks----------------- ---------------— ....................... ..................
........ ........ —
Dividends u n p a id _____________________________________
___________
________
Individual deposits subject to ch eck .-------- -------------------------------------------------Savings d e p o s its ______________________________________
___________
1,115,076 48
Demand certificates o f deposit________________________
___________
___________
Tim e certificates o f d eposit------------- -------------- ------------------------------------, ---------,
----------------------------------Certified ch e c k s -------------------- ---------- ------------------------- —
Cashier’s c h e c k s ................. ............................................................. ................
.....................
State, cou nty and m unicipal deposits...... ......................
....................
16,000 00
P osta l savings deposits-------------------- ------------------------------------------ -----------------------Other lia b ilitie s _______________________________________
____ ______
___________
T o t a l.




$1,309,357 25

Combined
___________
..
..
..
..
..

REPO RT O P S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

134.

OF B A N K S .

109

SAVINGS BANK GF SAN BERNARDINO.
SAN BERNARDINO.
Incorporated December 2, 1869.

Officers—N. L. Levering, President; IV. S. Shepardson, Vice-President; O. L . Cronk, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier.
Directors—M. M. Levering, W.. S. Shepardson, R. A . M. C ook , Joseph E. Rich, N. L . Levering,
Jas. C. L ove, A. G. A rm strong, F. A. Leonard, H . R. S cott.

S tatem ent of June 30, 1919.

Resources—
L oans and discounts____ ______ ______ _________
O v e rd ra fts _____________________________________
Bonds, warrants and other securities- .............
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures__________
Safe deposit vaults___ _____ ____________________
Other real estate owned_______________ ________ _
Due from reserve banks______________ ______ ___
Due from other banks_____ ____ _______________
A ctual cash on hand___________________________
Exchanges fo r clearing h ou se.____ _____________
Checks and other cash item s___________________
O th er'resou rces________________________________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)-------------------------Notes, drafts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)___

Commercial
$80,366 32

Savings
$399,023 75

14,960 24

113,364
4,000
1,310
29,005
26,034

17,553 30
2,110 11

Combined
$479,390 07

94
00
00
43
76

128,325
4,000
1,310
29,005
43,588

18
00
00
43
06

8,000 00

10,110 11

2,309 57

6,241 44
2,309 57

6,241 44

-

T o t a ls ................ .................— ---------- ------------------

------------------

—

—

$121,231 41

$583,048 45

$704,279 86

$25,000 00
500 00
1,231 00

$60,000 00
6,000 00
4,035 91

$85,000 00
6,500 00
5,266 91

________
75,280 23
...............
1,505 63
...............

2,024 00
.......... ..........
472,740 44
_____ _____
9,073 10

2,024
75,280
472,740
1,505
9,073

2,904 98
12,500 00
-----------------2,309 57

___________
29,175 00
-----------------------------------

2,904 98
41,675 00
-----------------2,309 57

$121,231 41

$583,048 45

$704,279 86

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in ..----------- -------- ---------------Surplus ________________ ______ ________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid
Other existing profits collected, but n o t in, undivided
profits account _____________________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )----- ---------- ------------------------Notes re d is co u n te d -------------- ---------------------------- ------- —
Deposits, due t o banks-----------------------Dividends u n paid--------------------------------Individual deposits subject to ch eck...
Savings d e p o s it s ----------- ------- - ..........
Demand certificates o f deposit-----------Time certificates o f deposit----------------Certified ch e c k s ..........................— .........
Cashier’s checks _____________________
State, cou n ty and municipal deposits.
P osta l savings deposits-----------------------------------------------Other lia b ilitie s -------- --------------------------------------------------T o ta ls .




00
23
44
63
10

110

REPORT

135.

OF

S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

OF

BAN KS.

NORTHERN CALIFORNIA BANK OF SAVINGS.
MARYSVILLE.
Incorporated December 7, 1889.

Officers—Phebe M. R ideout, President; Heim an Cheim, Yice-President; G. R. E ckart, Secretary,
Treasurer~and Cashier.
Directors—Phebe M. R ideout, Heiman Cheim, G. R. E ckart, C. P. A aron, Dunning Rideout,
W . B. Swain, Louis Tarke.
Statem ent of June 30, 1919.

Resources—

Commercial

L oans and discou n ts.- .
O verdrafts ——...................
B onds, warrants and other securities— ____________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures___ _________ ___
Safe deposit vaults____________________________________
O t h e r r e a l e s t a t e o w n e d . __________
D u e f r o m reserve b a n k s
.
D ue fr o m oth er b a n k s
A ctu a l cash on h an d
E x c h a n g e s f o r c le a r i n g h o u s e
C h e c k s a n d o t h e r c a s h i t e m s ________

____ . . .

Savings
$728,045 44

Combined

___________
___________
___________

1,480,724 28
61,500 00
_____ ____ _

_____ -_____
___________
___________

9., 447 ft7
100.217 23

.

53.513 59
2.488 97
24.138 82

___ _________ _______

B a n k e r s ’ a e c e n t a n e e s ( li m it e d )
N o t e s , d r a f t s , o r b ills o f e x c h a n g e ( l i m i t e d ) —

.

$2,453,075 50

T otal.

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in_________________________________
Surplus _______________________________________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes p a id ............
Other existing profits collected, but n o t in undivided
profits a c c o u n t ____________ ____ ___________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )__________________________ T
Notes rediscounted ___________________________________
Deposits, due to banks-------------------- ------------- --------------Dividends u n p a id _____________________________________
Individual deposits subject t o check__________________
Savings deposits ____________________________________
Demand certificates o f deposit________________________
Tim e certificates o f d eposit__________________________
Certified checks _______________________________________
Cashier’s checks ______________________________________
State, cou nty and m unicipal deposits________________
P o s ta l savings deposits_____________ ____ ____________
Other lia b ilitie s ___________ ^------- ------------- ------------------T o t a l.




___________
___________
....................

$150,000 00
82,000 00
54,427 66

___________

___________

-----------------___________
-----------------___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
------------------

-----------------___________
-----------------___________
___________
2,076,933 36
___________
32,-604 92
___________
___________
50,000 00
7,109 56
-----------------$2,453,075 50

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OP

136 AND 136A.

S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

I ll

OP B A N K S.

ALAMEDA SAVINGS BANK.
ALAMEDA.

Incorporated January 17, 1890.
Officers—J. R. Knowland, President; I. L. B orden, Vice-President; Chas. E. T a b o r, Secretary,
' Treasurer and Cashier; J. E. Hall, M anager; W allace Merriam, A ssistant Cashier; W . M.
McKean, Assistant Cashier and Assistant Secretary; E. K. T a ylor, A ttorney.
Directors—I. L. Borden, Geo. W . S cott, P . S. Teller, J. R. Knowland, A. V. Clark.
Statem ent of June 30, 1919.

Resources—
Loans and discounts---------------------------------------------------O v e rd ra fts -------------------- ---------------- ------- ---------------------B onds, warrants and other securities------------------------Bank premises, furniture and fixtures------------------------Safe deposit v a u lts .-------- ------------------- ------------------------Other real estate owned__________________ ____ . ______
Due from reserve banks-----------------------------------------------Due from other banks--------------------------------------------------A ctual cash on hand__________________________________
Exchanges fo r clearing house--------------------------------------Checks and other cash items--------------------------------------Other resources _____________ : -----------------------------------Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)------------------------------------N otes, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (lim it d )_ ---------T ota ls............. ............ ...........................................................

Commercial
$17,334 41

Savings
$1,578,612 22

59,955 00

22,423 90
15,326 95
9,234 96

lj238,309 93
157,770 96
13,463 79
96,509 08
242,876 62
77,513 68
92,293 51

460 73
14,100 00

32 50
332,925 35

______________

50,000 00

Combined
$1,595,946 63
1,298,264
157,770
13,364
96,509
265,300
92,840
101,528

93^
96
79
08
52
63
47

493 23
397,0® 35
.

$138,835 95

$3,880,307 64

$4,019,143 59

$25,000 00

$211,300 00

$236,300 00

100,000 00

100,000 00

80,565 26

84,411 48

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in----------------- ---------- -----------------------Surplus _____________ 1— 1------------------------------------------Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes p a id ---------Other existing profits collected, but n ot Jn undivided
profits account _____________________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f ,deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )__________ _________________
N otes rediscounted
Deposits, due to banks_______________
Dividends u n p a id _____________________
Individual deposits subject to check—.
Savings d e p o s it s ----------------------- --------Demand certificates o f deposit________
Time certificates o f deposit----------------Certified c h e c k s ___________ ____ ______
Cashier’s c h e c k s ______ ____ ____ _____
State, cou nty and municipal deposits.
P osta l savings deposits---------------------Other lia b ilitie s _____ ______ __________
Totals.

__________

3,846 22

_____________________ 56167

8 —48942

11,8*5
106,491
3,423,065
177

C
O
19
71
00

_________
106,491 19
__________
177 00

11,815 00
___________
3,423,065 71
___________

1,539 33
1,782 21
_______

______ *____
___________
53,000 00

1,539 33
1,782 21
53,000 00

$138,835 95

$3,880,307 64

$4,019,143 59

N o t e .— The above statement includes the business o f a branch office at Alam eda.




561 67

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R E P O R T O P S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

137.

OF B A N K S .

“ EUCLID SAVINGS BANE.”
ONTARIO.
Incorp orated March 17, 1890.

Officers—O. Arnold, President; H . E. Swan Vice-President; A. M. Stoeckel, Secretary, Treasurer
and Cashier.
Directors—H . W. Swan, W m . Laidlaw, O. A rnold, H. O. Chapm an, Chas. Latim er.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.

Resources

Commercial

L oans and discou n ts.______ __________ ______________ _ __________
O v e r d r a ft s ----------------- ------- --------------------------------------------------------B onds, warrants and other securities________________
__________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures________________
____ _____
S afe deposit vaults----------------------------------------------------------------------Other real estate owned_______________________________
__________
Due from reserve banks___________ ____ ______ ___ ____ __________
Due from other banks------------------------------------- ---------------------------A ctual cash on hand— _____ _________________________
__________
Exchanges fo r clearing house_________________________
__________
Checks and other cash items__________________________
__________
Other resou rces_____________ ____ _________ __________
__________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)---------------------------------------------------------N otes, d rafts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)_________
__________
T o ta l__________________________________________ __________ __________

‘ Savings
$282,229 32
40,388
30,810
1,280
800
18,632

91
94
00
00
27

6,976 86
18 05
22,880 31

$404,016 66

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in--------------------------------------------------Surplus -----------------------------------------------------------------------Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes p a id______
Other existing profits collected, b u t n ot in undivided
profits a c c o u n t ___ :---------------------------------------------Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )___________________________
Notes red iscou n ted ___________________________________
Deposits, due t o ban k_________________________________
Dividends u n p a id _____________________________________
Individual deposits subject t o check---------------------------Savings d e p o s its _________ ________________ ______ ____
Demand certificates o f d eposit------------------------------------Tim e certificates o f d eposit-----------------------------------------Certified ch e ck s _______________________________________
Cashier’s checks ______________________________________
State, cou nty and m unicipal deposits________________
P o s ta l savings deposits-----------------------------------------------Other lia b ilities____ __________________________________

$50 000 00
25,000 00
9,175 13

303,803 49

___________
— ------------___________

16,000 00
-----------------38 04

T o t a l .......................................... ............... ............... ................................... - ________

$404,016 66




Combined
___________
..
..
..
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..

R EPO RT O F S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

138.

113

OF B A N K S .

EXCHANGE BANK.
SANTA ROSA.
Incorporated A pril 3, 1890.

Officers—F. P. Doyle, President; H. W . Le B aron, Vice-President; A. J. Le B aron, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier; L. A. Pressley, A ssistant Cashier.
Directors—T. J. Hutchinson, L. V. H itchcock. F. P . Doyle, J. W . Clark, H . W . Le B aron.

S tatem ent of June 30, 1919.

Resources—
L oap s and discounts_________________________
O v e r d r a ft s _______________________ ____ ______
B onds, warrants and other securities________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures_______
Safe deposit vaults---------------------------------------Other real estate owned______________________
Due from reserve banks______ ______ ________
Due from other banks_______________________
A ctual cash on hand_________________________
Exchanges fo r clearing house________________
Checks and other cash items_______ _________
Other res ou rces ______________________________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)_______________
Notes, drafts, o r bills o f exchange (limited) 1
Totals.

Commercial
$317,461 08
800 24
287,048 70
95,000 00

Savings
$512,961 21
313,325 62

Combined
$830,422 29
800=24
600,374 32
95,000 00

7,211 26
42,150 07

106,004 95

7,211 26
148,155 02

58,018 68

37,817 04

95,835 72

14,108 65
33,108 42

$854,907 10

14,108 65
33,108 42

$970,108 82

$1,825,015 92

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in----------------- ---------------------- ------- $100,000 00
Surplus _______________________________________ _______
25,000 00
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid______
60,135 45
Other existing profits collected, but n o t in undivided
profits account -------698 32
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )___________________________
___________
Notes red iscou n ted ___________________________________
___________
Deposits, due to banks________________________________
1,454 55
Dividends u n p a id ___________________________
24 00
Individual deposits subject t o check_________________
470,627 95
Savings d e p o s its ______________________________________
___________
Demand certificates o f-d e p o s it........ ............ - ................—
13,853 97
Tim e certificates o f deposit-------- ---------177,949 39
Certified ch e ck s --------------------------163 47
Cashier’s checks ___________________ _____ ____________
___________
State, cou nty and municipal deposits________________
5,C O 00
O
P osta l savings deposits----------------------------------------------------------------Other lia b ilitie s _______________________________________
___________
T o ta ls .




$854,907 10

$50,000 00
$150,000 00
45,000 00
70,000 00
_____________________ 60,13545
--------------------------------- 69832

___________

__________
_________
875,108 82
_________
_________
__________

1,454 55

24
470,627
875,108
13,853
177,949
163

00
95
82
97
39
47

5,000 00

$970,108 82

$1,825,015 92

114

R E P O R T OP S U P E R IN T E N D E N T O P B A N K S .

139, 139A AND 139B. “ THE BANK OF SANTA MARIA.”
SANTA MARIA.
Incorp orated M ay 7, 1890.
Officers—Paul O. Tietzen, President; J . F. Goodw in, Vice-President; S. A. Dana, Vice-President;
L. P . Scaroni, Secretary and Cashier; W . T . Rice, Treasurer and Assistant Cashier; P aul O.
Tietzen. M anager; B. E. Jessee, A ssistant Cashier; A1 L . B row n, Branch M anager; L . C.
.
P a lm ta g, A ssistant Cashier; Merle Jones, Assii
Cashier; H. L . Anderson, Assistant
Cashier
Directors—P. C. Twitchell, P a u l O. Tietzen, E. J. Pe
, S. A. Dana, H . W . Rice, Joh n L on g ,
J. P. G oodw in, Jas. Herbert Tietzen.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.

Resources—
L oans and discounts---------------------------- -----------------------O verdrafts ____________________________________________
B onds, w arran ts and other s e cu ritie s..._____ _______
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures________________
S afe deposit vaults-------------------------- ---------------------- -----Other real estate ow n e d ..--------------------------------------------Due from reserve banks-----------------------------------------------Due from other banks_________________________________
A ctual cash on hand----------------------------------------------------Exchanges fo r clearing h o u s e ...____ _________________
Checks and other cash items__________________________
Other resou rces-------------------------------------------------- --------Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)---------------------- '-------------N otes, d ra fts, or bills o f exchange (lim ited)_________
T o ta ls .

Commercial
$2,756,317 88
10,967 73
455,092 95
181,736 86

155,626 43
8,818 82 .
146,323 52
43,983 51
39,109 07

Savings
$922,795 40
505,162 68

Combined
$3,679,113 28 ■
10,967 73
960,255 63
181,736 86

39,524 69
44,484 74

195,151 12
8,818 82
190,808 26

30,058 00

43,983 51
69,167 07

—

- ..............-

—

$3,797,976 77

$1,542,025 51

$5,340,002 28

IAabilities—
C apital stock paid in----------------------------------------------------Surplus ______________________ _______ ________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid______
Other existing profits collected, b ut n o t in undivided
profits account _____________________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit,repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )-----------------------------------------Notes rediscounted ___________________________________
Deposits, due to banks-------------------------------------------------Dividends u n p a id _____________________________________
Individual deposits subject to check____ ____ _______
Savings d e p o s its ______________________________________
Demand certificates o f deposit------------------------------------Time certificates o f deposit---------------------- ------------------Certified checks —_____ _______________________________
Cashier’s c h e c k s ______ '-------------------- --------------------------State, cou n ty and municipal deposits----------- 1
-----------P osta l savings deposits-----------------------------------------------Other lia b ilitie s _______________________________________
T o ta ls _________ ______________________________ _____ -

$175,000 00
175,000 00
*13,700 56

$25,000 00 ,
125,000 00
16,371 74

400,000 00
40T.110 00
100 00
1,425,953 37
___________
6,872 34
909,289 23
508 92
25,512 05
100,000 00

400,000 00
401,110 00
___________

1,375,653 77

______________

910 45
191,420 97
$3,797,^76 77

$200,000 00
300,000 00
2,671 18

100
1,425,953
1,375,653
6,872
909,289
508
25,512

00
37
77
34
23
92
05

100,000 00

910 45
191,420 97
$1,542,025 51

$5,340,002 28

•Deficit.
N o t e .— The above statem ent includes the business o f branch offices at Guadalupe and L os

A lam os.




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141 AND 141A.

OP

S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

115

OP BAN KS.

“ GUARANTY TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK.”
lo s An g e l e s .
Incorporated A ugust 21, 1890.

Officers—M. N. A very, President; W . E. M cVay, Vice-President; J. P . Andrews, Vice-President; O. O.
Smith, Secretary; W . W . Gibbs, Jr., Treasurer and Cashier; N. <7. Peters, A ssistant Cashier;
R. E. Zimmerman, A ssistant Cashier; W . R. Morehouse, Assistant Cashier; J. Veenhuyzen,
A ssistant Secretary and Trust Officer; O. C. Schm idt, Assistant Secretary; L . B. H ow e, A ssistant
Secretary and T ru st Officer; W . D. A. Junkin, Assistant Trust Officer; Ernest G. T a ylor, A ssistant
Secretary; Colem an Y ou ng, Auditor.
Directors—R. P. Hillman, M. N. A very, W . E. M cVay, Dwight H . H art, E. S. Rowley, L. A . Lewis,
J os. Burkhard, Isaac Miibank, C. N. Flint, J. M. Schneider, P . F. Schumacher, W alter P. H aas,
W alter Bordweil, J. F. Andrews, L. E. Shepherd.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.

Resources—

Commeicial

T otals

Savings

$1,884,534 62 $14,908,641 Cl
1,109 27
.
780,291 46 4,186,003 57
82,030 00 ___________
40,000 C ___________
O
___________
444,533 38
297,513 38 2,445,729 67
. . . ________ ___________
77
154,342 97
42
327,910 78
30
49,877 45
___________ ___________
-114,605 60
3,192 96
.

L oa n s and discounts___ _________________
O verdrafts ___________________________ —
Bonds, warrants and other secu rities...
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures—
Safe deposit vaults______________________
Other real estate owned____________ _____
Due from reserve banks-------------------- -----Due from other banks_________ i _______
A ctual cash on hand_________
759,086
Exchanges fo r clearing house_
5,783
Checks and oth r cash item s33,082
Advances to court trusts_______________
Other resources __________ ______ _______
Notes, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange
(limited) ______________________________

___________

Court trusts Private trusts

Combined

$2,700 00 $100,000 00 $16,845,875 63
1,109 27
.-------------.
156,000 00 _________
5,122,295 03
_________ _________
82,000 00
_________
40,000 00
_________
444,533 38
_________
2,743,243 05
1,179 85 ________
_________
329 32 _________
9,790 S3 _________
_________

1,478,271 00 _________

_____ .___

914,000 61
333,604 a )
83,260 07
________ . . .
127,589 39
1,478,271 00

$3,947,966 82 $23,998,502 81 $170,000 00 $100,000 00 $29,216,480 63

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in___________________
S u r p lu s ____ ______________________________
Undivided profits, less: expenses and
taxes p a i d _____________________________
Other existing profits, collected, b u t n ot
in undivided profits account__________
Bills payable, including certificates o f
d eposit representing m oney b orrow ea.
Notes re d is co u n te d ___ __________________
Deposits due to banks__________________
Dividends u n p a i d _______________________
Individual deposits su bject t o check___
Savings d e p o s it s ________________________
Demand certificates o f deposit_________
Time certificates o f deposit_____________
Certified c h e c k s ______ __________________
Cashier’s c h e c k s ______________________ _.
State, cou nty and municipal d e p o s its ...
P osta l savings deposits_________________
Other lia b ilitie s _________________________
Deposits received from executors, ad­
m inistrators, guardians, receivers, etc.

$300,000 09 $1,000,009 00 $100,000 00 $100,000 00 $1,500,000 00
____
750,000 00
450,000 00
250,000 00
50,000 00 ____ >
348,297 55 ____ I______

50,128 26
52,881 50
2,388,021 95
___ L______
9,104 08
___________
4,797 42
238,424 46
___________
106,331 60

10,000 00 _________

___________ _________ _________
___________ _________ _________
___________ _____ _______________
21,586,26589 __________
___________ _________ _________
681,871 18
___________ _________ _________
___________ _________ _________
480,000 00
365 83

10,000*00 _________

358,297 55

50,128
52,881
2,388,021
21,586,265
9,104
681,871
4,797
238,424
480,000

26
50
95
80
08
18
42
46
00

116,697 43

____$3,947,986 82 $23,998,502 81 $170,000 00 $100,000 00^28,216,489 63

T ota ls

Trust Resources—

Court trusts

Personal
assets
received
from
executors,
adm inistrators,
as­
signees, receivers o r trustees____
$130,240 54
T rust investments:
(a ) Personal p r o p e r t y __________
1,140,871 58
(b ) Real property ______________
828,020 88
Due from banks___________________
93,044 09
Cash on hand-------- ------------------------ ------------------

T b ta l ________________________ _

$2,192,177 00

Trust Liabilities—

court trusts
Personal
assets
received
fro m
executors,
adm inistrators,
as­
signees, receivers o r trustees____
$130s240 54
Trusts held in capacity o f execu­
tor, adm inistrator, guardian, as­
signee, receiver o r trustee_______
2,061,936 55
Private trusts, specially designated
and construed as cou rt trusts,
under supervision ______________ ________ >
—
T o ta l __________ __________ ____

$2,192,177 09

P rivate trusts, n o t specially designated as cou rt trusts, are n o t under supervision o f State Banking


Department.
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N oI e .—T he above statement
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

includes the business of a branch office at San Pedro.

116

R E P O R T O P S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

143.

OP B A N K S .

FARMERS AND MECHANICS SAVINGS BANK.
SACRAMENTO.
Incorporated September 20, 1890.

Officers—R obert M. Richardson, President; Marshall Diggs, Vice-President; Peter J. Shields, VicePresident; Scott F. Ennis, Vice-President; Philip W o lf, Vice-President; M o n tfo rt K. Crowell,
Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier.
Directors—J. H . Dyer, Marshall Diggs, S cott F. Ennis, W . F. Gormley, Philip W o lf, P eter J.
Shields, A. D. W illiams, M. N. W illiam son, T hos. J. C ox, R. M. Richardson, E. A . Gam m on,
A. H. Schnabel, G. H. Menke, Henry Mitau, W . F. Geary, John S. Chambers, D. S. W atkins,
Jos. H. A rnold, A. Van V. Phinney.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.

Resources—
L oa n s and discounts_____________________ ^___________
O v e r d r a ft s ____________________________________________
Bonds, warrants and other securities_______ ________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures______ 1________
Safe deposit v a u lt s ...______ ______________________ . . . .
Other real estate o w n e d .._______________________ ____
Due from reserve banks_______________________________
Due from other banks________________________________
A ctual cash on hand______________________ ^__________
Exchanges fo r clearing house_______________ r ________
Checks and other cash items_________________________
Other resources’ _______________________________________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)________________________
N otes, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)_________
T otals.

Com m ercial
$143,403 64
605 11
176,770 42

158,688 66
48,721
9,284
45,525
56,999

50
96
20
00

Combined

Savings
$1,863,286 05
683,251
212,022
17,600
2,387
*228,914

00
24
00
64
01

$2,006,689
605
860.021
212.022
17,600
2,387
387,602

85,286
336
12,247
63,379

70
00
73
31

134,008
9,620
57,772
120,378

69
11
42
24
00
64
67
20
96
93
31

$639,998 49

$3,168,710 68

$3,808,709 17

$100,009 00
10,000 00
4,213 59

$250,000 00
52,500 00
49,227 84

$350,000 00
62,500 00
53,441 43

Inabilities—
C apital stock paid in_________________________________
Surplus _______________________________________________
' Undivided profits, less expenses and taxe<- paid______
Other existing profits collected, but n o t in undivided
profits account _____________________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )___________________________
Notes rediscounted ___________________________________
Deposits, due to banks________________________________
Dividends u n p a id _____________________________________
Individual deposits subject to check-------------- ---------- Savings deposits ---------------------------------------------- ---------Demand certificates o f deposit------------------r-----------------Tim e certificates o f deposit---------------------------------------- Certified ch e ck s _______________________________________
'C ash ier’s checks ______________________________________
State, cou n ty and municipal deposits________________
P o s ta l savihgs deposits___________ ___________________
Other liabilities _•____ _______ _________ ____ _________
T otals.
N o t e .— A dded com m ercial departm ent March 5, 1919.




_________________________ 7,50000

10,000 00

501,735 12
__________
1,705 00
15,109 80
258 51
6,976 47
__________
__________
__________

____________
2,646,638 22

$639,998 49

$3,168,710 68

137,460 29
9,285 83
6,098 50

7,500 00

10,000 00

2,646,638
1,705
15,109
258
6,976
137,460
9 ,2 ®
6,098

12
22
00
80
51
47
29
83
50

$3,808,709 17

R E PO R T O F S U P E R IN T E N D E N T O F B A N K S .

145.

117

‘ ‘ PEOPLE’S STATE BANK. ’ ’
CHULA VISTA.
Incorporated October 17, 1890.

Officers—Greg. Rogers, President; 'l'hos. J. H . McKnight, Vice-President; W arner E dm onds,
Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier.
Directors—M. A. P atterson, -H. G. E dward. W arner E dm onds, M. L . W ard, W . H. Guptel,
Thos. J. H. McKnight, Greg. Rogers, R. J. Jaeger, P. A . Lee.

S tatem ent of June 30, 1919.

Resources
Loans and discounts__________________________________
O v e r d r a ft s ____________________________________________
Bonds, warrants and other securities_______________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures............... ..............
Safe deposit vaults________ ____ - ............_............ ............
Other real estate owned__________________ ____ _______
Due from reserve banks________ ______ __________ ____
Due from other banks_________________________________
A ctual cash on b an d ___________ ____ _________________
Exchanges fo r clearing house_______________
Checks and other cash items_______________
Other res ou rces _____________________________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)______________
Notes, drafts, o r bills o f exchange (limited)
T o ta l_________________________________________________

Commercial
$72,188 03
2 54
64,150 00
14,150 00
500 00
460 00
107,925 23
___________
18,436 98

$277,812 78

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in________________________________
Surplus ______________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid_______
Other existing profits collected, b u t n o t in undivided
profits a c c o u n t _____________________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o t deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )............................................ ~
N otes rediscounted ___________________________________
Deposits, due to b a n k s ..__________ ____ ________ ____ _
Dividends u n p a id _____________________________________
Individual deposits subject t o check--------------------------Savings d e p o s its ______ _______________________________
'D em and certificates o f deposit_______________________
Time certificates o f deposit----------------------------------------Certified checks— --------------------- ---------------------- ----------Cashier’s checks ______________________________________
State, cou n ty and municipal deposits________________
P osta l savings deposits-----------------------------------------------Other lia b ilitie s _______________________________________
T o t a l . ...............................................................................................




$25,o0o 00

1,800 00
4,085 65

....................
___________
___________
___________
207,902 87
___________
___________
29,034 27
604 78
490 21
___________
-----------------8,895 00
$277,812 78

Savings

Combined

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OP B A N K S .

147, 147A AND 147B. THE RIDEOUT BANK.
MARYSVILLE.
In corp ora ted N ovem ber 1, 1890.
Officers—Phebe M. R ideout, President; Dunning R ideout, Vice-President; W . B. Swain, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier; S. J. Flanery, A ssistant Cashier; E. E . B iggs, Branch M anager;
E . A- Oobeen, Branch Manager.
Directors—Phebe M. R ideout, Dunning R ideout, W . B . Swain, M artin Sullivan, E. E. Biggs.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.

Resources—
L oa n s and discounts............................... .......... ...................
O verdrafts ____ ______________________________________
B onds, warrants and other securities------------------------Bank, premises, furniture and fixtures_______________
S afe deposit vaults___________________________________
Other real estate owned_______________________________
Due from reserve banks-----------------------------------------------Due from other banks________________________________
A ctual cash on hand__________________________________
Exchanges fo r clearing house_________________________
Checks and other cash items_______________________
Other resources ______________________________________
Bankers’ -acceptances (lim ited)________________________
N otes, d rafts, or bills o f exchange (lim ited )................
T o ta ls _____________ _________ ____________ ___________

Commercial
$1,675,674 26
3,678 87
698,396 56
68,327 00
6,000 00

Savings
$710,843 20
635,124 63
____________

Combined
$2,386,517 46
3,678 87
1,333,621 19
68,327 00
6,000 00

175,703 36
7,101 66
152,713 30

45,672 94
___________
32,445 92

221,376 30
7,101 66
185,159 22

6,505 13
109,790 40

___________
___________

6,505 13
100,790 40

$2,903,890 54

$1,424,086 69

$4,327,977 23

$225,000 00
151,930 56
52,030 35

$25,000 00
109,000 00
______ , ____

$250,000 00
260,930 56
52,030 35

350 00

___________

350 00

75,000 00

___________

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid' in_________________________________
Surplus _______________________________________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes p a id______
Other existing profits collected, hut n o t in undivided
profits account _____________________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )----- -----------------------------------Notes rediscounted ...................................................... .........
Deposits, due to banks________________________________
Dividends u n p a id ______ ................... ....... ............................
Individual deposits subject to check--------------------------Savings deposits . . ____________________________________
Demand certificates o f deposit________________________
Tim e certificates o f deposit___________________________
Certified ch e ck s -------------------- ------------- -------------------------Cashier’s c h e c k s ---------------- ------- ----------------------------------State, cou nty and municipal deposits________________
P osta l savings deposits-----------------------------------------------Other lia b ilities_______________________________________

124,802 32
15,000 00
1,808,353 54
___________
81,025 75
241,136 51
2,053 30
11 90
125,233 71
700 80
1,261 80

___________

T ota ls............... ........ ........ ..................— .........- ...................

$2,903,890 54

$1,424,086 69

1,290,086 69

75,000 00
124^02
15,000
1,808,353
1,290,086
81,025
241,136
2,053
11
125,233
700
1,261

$4,327,977 23

N o t e .— T h e a b o v e s ta te m e n t includ es th e busin ess o f b r a n c h offices a t G rid le y a n d L iv e O ak .




32
00
54
69
75
51
30
90
71
80
80

REPORT

148.

OP

S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

119

OF B A N K S.

“ CITIZENS’ BANK.”
CORONA.
Incorporated Novem ber 5,1890.

Officers—T . C. Jam eson, President; T. O. Andrews, Vice-President; George E. Snidecor, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier: Paul R. Gleason. A ssistant Cashier; Geo. R. Freeman, A ttorn ey.
Directors—T. O. Andrews, George E. Snldeco^ T. C. Jam eson, R. L. W illits, L. L. Andrews.

-S tatem ent of June 30, 1919.

Resources
Loans and discounts...... .......................................................
O v e r d r a ft s ________________ ____ _______________ ______
Bonds, warrants and oth er s ecu rities..._________ ___
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures________________
Safe deposit v a u lt s .._______ ________ _________________
Other real estate owned'________________________ ______
Due from reserve banks_______________________________
Due from other banks_______________ -_________________
A ctual cash on hand___________________ ______________
Exchanges fo r clearing house_________________________
Checks and other cash items__________________________
Other re s o u rc e s _______________________________________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)________________________
N otes, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)_________
T o ta l________________________ ____________ ___________

Commercial
Savings
Combined
.....................
$99,351 59 ...................
___________
___________
___________
___________
40,161 72 ............... ....
_________ 2,000 00. ____________________
___________
393 00 ___________
___________
3,618 07 ___________
_________ _
' 3,289 11 ___________
___________
182 94 ___________
___________
3,276 57 ___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
404 32 ___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
. . . . ________
___ ________
___________

$152,677 32

..

C apital stock paid in............. ..............................................
Surplus _______________________________________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid______
Other existing profits collected, but n ot in undivided
profits account __________ ____ ________ _____ ______
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )-------------------- --------------------N otes red iscou n ted ____________ ______ _______ ________
Deposits, due to banks________________________________
Dividends u n p a id _____ ________ _____ ________________
Individual deposits subject t o check________ ____ ___
Savings deposits _____________________________________
Demand certificates o f deposit________________________
Tim e certificates o f d eposit___________________________
Certified ch e c k s -------------------- ---------------------------------- Cashier’s checks _________________________________ ____
State, cou n ty and municipal deposits________________
P osta l savings dep osits.______ _____ _________________
Other lia b ilitie s _______________________________________

.....................
___________
___________

$25,000 00
2,700 00
1,95101

..
..

T o t a l _____________________________________________________

____________

Liabilities—




-----------------___________
___________
___________
___________
______ _____
___________
___________
-----------------___________
____________
___________
___________

-----------------___________
___________ .
___________
___________
105,432 41
___________
5,093 90
-----------------___________
12,500 00
___________
___________
$152,677 32

_

120

R E P O R T O P S U P E R IN T E N D E N T O P B A N K S .

149.

WATSONVILLE SAVINGS BANK.
WATSONVILLE.
Incorporate-'! December 8, 1890.

Officers—H . S. Fletcher, President; E. S. Bockius, Vice-President; W . R. Radeliff, Secretary,
Treasurer andLQasbier.
Directors—H . S. Fletcher, E. S. Bockius, H . E. Fletcher, L. W . Sanborn, W . E. Radeliff.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.
Ite s O U Y C C S

L oa n s and discounts__________________________________
O v e r d r a ft s ____________________________________________
B onds, warrants and other securities_________________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures_______________
S afe deposit vaults______________ ____ ________________
Other real estate owned............................................ ...........
Due from reserve banks______ ____ _______ ____ ______
Due from other banks.................... ..................................... .
A ctual cash on hand___ ______________________________
Exchanges fo r clearing house_______________ _________
Checks and other cash items__________________________
Other resou rces_______________________________________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)________________________
N otes, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)_____ ____

Commercial
___________
___________
___________
___________
.....................
___________
.....................
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________

T o ta l................. ................... ........................................ ...................... ..............

Savings
$370,946 66

Combined
___________

339,323 45

14,300 00
107,145 90
40,750 49

$872,466 49

.....................

C apital stock paid in____________________ ______ ______ ___________
$50,000 00
Surplus _______________________________________________
___________
30,000 00
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes pa id______
___________
23,848 93
Other existing profits collected, but n o t in undivided
profits a c c o u n t ______ _____ ________ ______ ________
___________
___________
Bills payable (including certificates-of deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )............................................______________ _
________
Notes rediscounted ___________________________________
___________
___________
Deposits, due to banks________________________________
__________ ■ ___________
_
Dividends u n p a id _____________________________________
___________
2,000 00
Individual deposits subject to check-------------------------------------------------------------Savings deposits __________________ ___________________
___________
738,117 04
Demand certificates o f d eposit-------=___________ ______
___________
___________
Tim e certificates o f deposit___________________________
___________
28,500 52
Certified ch e c k s _______________________________________
___________
___________
Cashier’s checks ____________ ________________________ ________ - ........................... .........
State, cou n ty and m unicipal d eposits-------------------------------------- - .......................... P o s ta l savings deposits_______________________________
___________
___________
Other lia b ilities____ ____ ________ __________ _________
___________
___________

___________
____ _______
___________

Liabilities—

T o t a l.




$872,466 49

REPO RT OF S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

151.

OF B A N K S .

121

THE VISALIA SAVINGS BANK.
VISALIA.
Incorporated January 27, 1891.

Officers—L. C. Hyde, President and Treasurer; R. E. H yde, Vice-President; O'. J. Giddings, Secretary
and Cashier.
Directors—L. C. Hyde, R. E. Hyde, C. J. Giddings, L. O. Cutler, Adolph D. Sweet.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.

Resources

Commercial

Savings

Court trusts Private trusts

L oans and discounts-------------- ---------------- ----------------$864,363 00 _________ _________
Overdrafts ------------------------- ------- - ..................... ........ ............................................................................
B onds, warrants and other secu rities... .......... ..........
81,682 50 $50,000 00 $501,000 00
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures—
________ ______ _________ _________ _________
Safe d eposit vaults____________ _________
_____ 1------- ------------------ --------------- --------------Other real estate owned_________________
10,514 93
Due from reserve banks-------------------------86,882 40 2,900 00
2,500 00
Due from other banks__________________ ___________ ___________ _________ _________
A ctual cash on hand____________________
24,000 00
Exchanges fo r clearing house___________
______ _______ ________ _____________ _________
Checks and oth r cash it ms______ _________________ __________ ___ _________ _________
Other resources ______________ ____ _____
___________ ___________ _________ _________
T o t a l s ----------------------------------------- ________________

Combined

$864,363 00
.....................
181,682 50
___________
-----------------10,514 93
91,882 40
___________
24,000 00
___________
_______ ____
___________

$1,067,442 83

$52,500 00

$52,500 00 $1,172,442 83

$100,000 00
9,160 00

$50,000 00
2,500 00

$50,000 00
2,500 00

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in___ _____ ____ ____
______ *___
Surplus __________________ _____ _________
___________
Undivided profits, lessi expenses and
taxes p a i d _____________________________ _____ ____ _
Other existing profits, collected, b ut n ot
in undivided profits account__________ ___________
Bills payable, including certificates o f
d eposit representing m oney borrow ed- -----------------Notes rediscounted1 -----------------------------. . . -----------------Deposits due to banks__________________ ___________
Dividends u n p a i d ________ - ______________ ___________
Individual deposits subject t o check----- -----------------Savings deposits _________ _______ ______ ___________
Demand certificates o f deposit----------------------------- -----Tim e certificates o f ricp osit_____________ ___________
Certified c h e c k s _________________________ ___________
Cashier’s c h e c k s ________________________ ___________
State, cou nty and municipal d e p o s its ... -----------------P osta l savings deposits--------------------------- -----------------Other lia b ilitie s _________________________ ___________
Deposits received from executors, ad­
m inistrators, guardians, receivers, etc.
----------- -----T o t a l s ________ _________________________

N ote .—Added trust department May 10, 1919.




_______ _____

$200,000 00
14,160 00
10,354 56

10,354 56
___________
---------------------------------___________
___________
----- ---------—
907,631 27
-----------------27,797 to
___________
___________
12,500 00
-----------------_____ ____ -

_________
----------------------------_ . 1---------_________
-------------------------------------------

_ ____ —
_
907,631 27
------------ ------------------------------------27,797 00
--------------- -----------------_________ — --------------------------12,500 00
--------------- -------------------------------- ------------------

------------------

----- •
--------

---------------

$1,067,442 83

$52,500 00

$52,500 00 $1,172,442 83

------------------

122

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153.

OP B A N K S .

BANK OF HAYWARDS.
HAYWARD.
Incorporated February 26, 1891.

Officers—I. B. Parsons, President; P. C. W inton, Vice-President; Edw. O. W ebb, Vice-President;
W . Knightly, Secretary, Treasurer, M anager and Cashier; W . W . H aley, Jr., A ssistant Cashier
and Assistant Secretary.
Directors—I. B. Parsons, F. C. W inton, E. O. W ebb, J. W . Farnum, Stuart H. Hawley,
F. I. Lem os, Chas. Allen.

S tatem e n t o f June 30, 1919.

Resources-

Com m ercial

Savings

L oans and discounts__________________________________
$166,330 06
O v e r d r a ft s ____________________________________________
887 37
110,640 84
B onds, warrants and other securities..______ ________
Bank premises, furniture and fix t u r e s ...____ ________
51,179 50
S afe deposit vaults_____ ______
5,000 00
Other real estate owned_______________________________
400 00
Due from reserve banks_______________________________
121,444 15
Due from other banks________________________________
2,550 73
A ctual cash on hand— ___ _____
25,637 68
Exchanges fo r clearing house_________________ . ______
6,858 33
Checks and other cash items__________________________
___________
Other resou rces_________________________
9,266 01
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)............................. ... ................. .................Notes, drafts, o r bills o f exchange (lim it e d )........... —
___________
T o t a l - ............................. —_____ _______________ ________

$500,194 67

___ ________

$50,000 00
10,484 32
7,125 44

___________
------------- . . .
___________

190 36

___________

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in--------------------------------------------------Surplus -------------------- --------------------------------------------------Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid______
Other existing profits collected, but n o t in undivided
profits account _______________________________ ,_____
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )___________________________
Notes rediscounted ___________________________________
Deposits, due t o banks-------------------------------------------------Dividends unpaid _____________________________________
Individual deposits su b ject to check---------------------------Savings d e p o s its ______________________________________
Demand certificates o f deposit__________ _______ ______
Time certificates o f deposit-----------------------------------------Certified ch eck s________________________________________
Cashier’s c h e c k s _______ ______ _______________________
State, county and municipal deposits------------- -----------P osta l savings deposits-----------------------------------------------Other lia b ilitie s ________________________ 1--------------------T o t a l.




___________
___________
37,341 73
1,531 43
351,161 96
___________
5,914 12
7,174 35
125 00
___________
22,433 04
2,586 56
4,126 36
$500,194 67

___________
___________
---------------------------------------------------___________
---------------------------------------------------___________
----------------------------------------------------

Combined

123

R E P O R T O P S U P E R IN T E N D E N T O P B A N K S .

155.

SAVINGS BANK OF REDLANDS.
REDLANDS.
Incorporated June 19, 1891.

Officers—M. J. Sweeney, President; W . L. Pyle, Vice-President; J. P . p ish , Vice-President;
S. W illiams, Secretary; W . B. Johnson, Treasurer, Cashier end Assistant Secretary.
Directors—M. J. Sweeney, J. P. Pish, S. W illiams, H . H . Garstin, Charles H . Clark, Edward M.
Cope, H . W . Seager, H. L . H ubbard, W illiam L. Pyle.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.

ReSOUTCeS—

Commercial

Savings
$581,470 22

Loans and discounts----------------------------------- ---------------O v e r d r a fts _____ ______ ____ ____ ______ ______ _______
Bonds, warrants and other securities........ ......................
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures____ _______ ____
Safe deposit v a u l t s ...-------------------------- -----------------------Other real estate owned-------------------------- --------------------Due from reserve banks_______________________________
Due from other banks________________________________
A ctual cash on hand__________________________________
Exchanges fo r clearing house--------------------------------------Checks and other cash i t e m s ...-----------------------------------Other res ou rces _______________________________________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)------------------------------------Notes, drafts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)_________

-----------------___________
..........1____
___________
----------------------------------___________
___________
___________
----------------------------------___________
-----------------___________

T o ta l........ ...................... ..............- ........ .......... .....................

........ ............

$1,097,105 00

C apital stock p a id in----- ------------------------------- ------- ---------------------Surplus ------------------- ------- -------------------------------------------------------------Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid______
___________
Other existing profits collected, but n o t in undivided
profits a c c o u n t ___ ______ __________________________
___________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )___________________________
___________
Notes rediscounted ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Deposits, due t o banks------------------------------------------------Dividends u n p a id _____________________ _____ _______ —
___________
Individual deposits subject to check-------------------------------------------Savings deposits ........... ............ ........... - ............................ .
............... . . .
Demand certificates o f deposit............. ......................._______ __________
Time certificates o f deposit-------------------- ------------------------------------Certified c h e ck s _______________________________________
___________
Cashier’s checks ----------------------- ------- -------------------------------------------State, cou n ty and municipal d ep osits--------------------- -----------------P osta l savings deposits_______________________________
___________
Other lia b ilitie s _______________________________________
___________

$50,000 00
50,000 00
11,057 46

Combined
___________

335,650
* 200
7,336
21,680
105,395

90
00
66
00
88

_________ r.
_________________

___________
___________
___________

26,447 35
4,523 99
14,400 00

Liabilities—

T o t a l.




..
.
..

905,478 97
54,809 42

..

25,000 00
759 15

___________
___________

$1,097,105 00

124

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156.

OP S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

OP B A N K S .

SECURITY SAVINGS BANK OF SAN JOSE.
SAN JOSE.
Incorporated June 23, 1891.

Officers—W ilbur J. Edwards, President; Charles M. Richards, Vice-President; W . A. Johnsttan,
Vice-President: George B. Cam pbell, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; E. D. Shepherd,
Assistant Cashier and Assistant Secretary.
Directors—A . D. Curtner, Charles M. Richards, L. A. B ooksin, W . E. Hazeltine, F rank Stock,
W illiam Curtner, W ilbur J. Edwards, J. B. R oberts, W . A. Johnston, Fred- M. Stern,
J. S. W illiams.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.

Resources

Commercial

Savings

L oans and discounts___________ _______ _____________ _
O v e r d r a ft s __________________ _______ _____ ___________
B onds, w a rran tsa n d other securities_______ _____ ___
B ank premises, furniture and fixtures________________
Safe deposit vaults_____________________________ _____
Other real estate owned_______________________________
Due from reserve banks_______________________________
Due from other banks____________________ ^___________
A ctual cash on hand_______________ ____ ______________
Exchanges fo r clearing house_________________________
Checks and other cash items__________________________
Other resources _______________________________________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)________________________
N otes, drafts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ite d )-...........—

__________ .
__________
__________
__________
__________
__________
__________
__________
__________
__________
__________
__________
__________
__________

$1,274,730 75

T o ta l________________________ ____ - ........ ........ ............ —

.....................

$2,243,745 81

617,710 88
24,200 00
1 00
267,976 61
58,543 75

582 82

Liabilities— ■
C apital stock paid in_________________________________
___________
$100,000 00
Surplus ___________________________________________. . . .
____________
110,000 00
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes p a id--------------------------25,437 37
Other existing profits collected, b u t n ot in undivided
profits a c c o u n t _____________________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )___________________________
Notes rediscounted ___________________________________
Deposits, due t o banks__________ _____________________
Dividends u n p a id ____ f -----------------------------------------------Individual deposits subject t o check___ . _____________
Savings d e p o s its ................................................... .............................................
1,954,308 44
Demand certificates o f deposit________________________
_____ 1-----------------------Tim e certificates o f deposit---------------------------------------------------------------------------Certified ch e c k s ______ - ------- ---------- -----------------------------——----------------------------Cashier’s checks
___________________________________
_________ --------------------*—
State, cou nty and m unicipal deposits-----------------------------------------50,000 00
P osta l savings deposits____________________ ____ ______
___________
___________
Other lia b ilities_______________________________ ____ 1—
-----------------4,000 00
T o t a l.




Combined

___________

$2,243,745 81

..

R E PO R T OF S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

157.

125

OF B A N K S .

LOS NIETOS VALLEY BANK.
DOWNEY.
Incorporated July 20, 1891.

Officers—Q. J. Rowley, President; D. W . H orst, Vice-President; Jos. Smith, Secretary; W . C.
Springer, Treasurer and Cashier; John W . Rudd, Assistant Cashier; P aul Blythe, Assistant
Cashier; Chas. R. Church, Assistant Cashier.
Directors—Q. J. Rowley, D. W . H orst, Joseph Smith, Frank Burke, James C. Rives, A. L . Ball,
W . C. Springer.

S tatem ent of June 30, 1919.

Resources—
Lopns and discounts_______________ ___________________
Overdrafts ____________________________________________
Bonds, warrants and other securities_________________
Bank premises, furniture and Pxtures________________
Safe deposit v a u lts ___________________________________
Other real estate owned______________________________
Due from reserve banks-----------------------------------------------Due from other banks___ ______ _________ ____ - ........ .
A ctual cash on hand______________ ____ ______ _______
Exchanges fo r clearing house----------------------- ------------—
Checks and other cash items__________________________
Other res ou rces _______________________________________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim itejl)________________________
Notes, d rafts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)—........
T ota ls--------------------------------------------------------------------- -

Com m ercial

Savings

$252,689
501
72,139
12,000

82
54
50
00

$5,000 00

58,027 11

14,789 76

72,816 87

14,374 32

500 00

14,874 32

6,315 04

$416,047 33

Combined

$257,689
501
72,139
12,000

82
54
50
00

6,315 04

$20,289 76

$436,337 09

Liabilities—
Capital stock paid in.................................................. .........
Surplus — ..........—J----- '.............................— ............—-----Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid______
Other existing profits collected, but n ot in undivided
profits account _____________________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o t deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )----------------- -----------------------Notes red iscou n ted ----------------- -----------------------------------Deposits, due to banks------------------------------------------------Dividends u n p a id _____________________________________
Individual deposits su bject t o check_________________
Savings d e p o s its -------------- -------------------------------------------Demand certificates o f deposit---------------- ---------_------- —
Tim e certificates o f deposit-----------------------Certified ch e c k s _______________________________________
Cashier’s c h e c k s ---------------------------------------------------------State, cou n ty and municipal deposit.*________________
P osta l savings deposits_______________________________
Other liabilities _______________________________________

$40,000 00
10,000 00
1,101 76

--------------------------------------------------3,000 00
265,908 75
-------- --------212 25
70,613 37
211 20
-----------------25,000 00
___________
___________

T ota ls______________________________ ________ ________

$416,047 33

$10,000 00
$50,000 00
5,000 00
15,000 00
---------------------------------1,10176

..............
3,000 00
___________________ 265,90875
5,289 76
5,289 76
..______
212 25
70,613 37
_______
211 20
25,000 00

$20,289 76

N o t e .— Added savings departm ent June 17, 1919. Sold branch office located
Farmers and Merchants Bank o f Wattes, N ovember 15, 1918.




$436,337 09
at W atts to

126

REPORT

158.

OP S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

OP B A N K S .

“ AZUSA VALLEY SAVINGS BANK.”
AZUSA.
Incorporated A ugust 20, 1891.

Officers—W . R: Powell, President; W . W . H eth, Vice-President; J. B. Stair, Vice-President;
J. C. Muehe, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; D olly J. Clark, Assistant Cashier.
Directors—V . M. Greevern, J. B. Stair, J. C. W right, J. T . Lindley, T . H . Knapp, W . R. Powell,
W . W . Heth.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.

Resources
L oans and discounts---------------------------------------------------O v e r d r a ft s ____________________________________________
B onds, warrants and other securities________________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures........................ —
Safe deposit vaults— ____ _____________ ________ _____
Other real estate owned_______________________________
Due fro m reserve banks_______________________________
Due from other banks_____________ ___________________
A ctual ca sh .on hand_____________ _____ _______________
E xchanges fo r clearing house_________________________
Checks and other cash items_____ ____________________
Other res ou rces __________ 1------------------- ------- --------------Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)________________________
N otes, d ra fts, or bills o f exchange (lim ited)_________

Com m ercial

-----------------___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___ ________
___________
___________
-------- -------___________
______ —

Savings
$185,974 11

Combined
___________

199,154 10
900 00
5,066
17,003
8,169
9,695

78
21
94
65

___________
___________
___________
___________

$426,963 79

T otal.

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in------------------------------------------------- . .
S u rp lu s ---------------------------------------------- --------------------------Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes .paid______
Other existing profits collected, but n o t in undivided
profits account ____________________________________ ,.
Bills p ayable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )-----------------------------------------Notes rediscounted ___________________________________
Deposits, due to banks------------------------------------------ ------Dividends u n p a id _______________________ ______________
Individual deposits subject to check__________________
Savings d e p o s its ______________________________________
Demand certificates o f d ep o sit._______ _____ ___ ______
Tim e certificates o f deposit___________________________
Certified ch e ck s _______________________________________
Cashier’s checks ----------- ---------------- ------------- ---------------State, cou n ty and m unicipal deposits____ ____________
P osta l savings deposits-----------------------------------------------Other lia b ilitie s -------------- ---------------------------------------------

...... ........
-----------------___________

$25,000 00
15,000 00
3,467 05

______ — .
___________
_______ . . . .
___________
___________
___________
-----------------___________
-----------------------------------

1,250 00
___________
361,656 55
___________
8,650 19
___________
-----------------12,000 00
------- ----------------------------

___________
___________
-----------------___________
___________
___________
----------------------------------'-----------------------------------

T o t a l . i ___________________________________________________

____________

$426,963 79

-------------------




___________
___________
___________

R E P O R T OP S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

159 AND 159A.

127

OP B A N K S .

CENTRAL SAVINGS BANK OF OAKLAND.
OAKLAND.
Incorporated September 8, 1891.

Officers—J. F. Carlston, President; R. M. Fitzgerald, Vice-President; Claude Gatch, Vice-President;
T. A. Crellin, Vice-President; H. C. Sagehorn, Secretary, Treasurer1 and Cashier; J. Ernest
Smith, Assistant Cashier and Assistant Secretary; M. R. Bronner, A ssistant Secretary and
Branch M anager; E'. C. Petersen, A ssistant Cashier and A ssistant Secretary.
Directors—John P. Maxwell, R. M. Fitzgerald, J. W . Phillips, T . A . Crellin, W . G. Manuel,
A . T. Ellis, Arthur A rlett, A. S. Blake, .W. T . Veitch, J. F. C arlston, H . N. Morris.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.

Resources—
Loans and discounts________________________
O v e r d r a ft s ________ I_______________ _________
B onds, warrants and oth er securities_______
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures______
Safe deposit vaults_________________________
Other real estate owned_____________________
Due from reserve banks_____________________
Due from other banks______________________
A ctual cash on hand________________________
Exchanges fo r clearing house........- ..................
Cheeks and other cash items________________
Other res ou rces _____________________________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)______________
Notes, d ra fts, or bills o f exchange (limited).
Totals.

Commercial

Savings

Combined

$207,430 00 $13,611,348 07 $13,818,778 07
2,305,766 23
2,305,766
____________________ 434,00000
434,000
____________________ 52,87994 52,879
____________________ 83,19695 83,196
39,345 79 1,091,294 78
1,130,640
____________________ 453,48320
453,483
16,302 97
440,187 73
456,490
____________________ 15,80761 15,807

50,000

00

23
00
94
95
57
20
70
61

50,000 00

$263,078 76 $18,537,964 51 $18,801,043 27

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in_________________________________
Surplus _______________________________________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxe3 paid______
Other existing profits collected, but n ot in undivided
profits account _____________________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )----------------------------- ----------Notes re d is co u n te d ___________________________________
Deposits, due t o banks________________________________
Dividends u n p a id ________________________________
Individual deposits subject to check______ ______ ___
Savings d e p o s its ---------------------------------------------------------Demand certificates o f deposit------------------------------------Time certificates o f deposit.................... ............ .................
Certified c h e c k s _____________ ____ - ------- ---------------------Cashier’s checks ----------------- ------- --------------------------------State, cou nty and municipal deposits_______ ____ ____
P osta l saving deposits________________________________
Other lia b ilitie s__________________ ____ _______________
T ota ls_______ ____________________ __________ ____ — -

$100,000 00

___________
161,534 79
___ _____

$600,000 00
500,000 00
109,956 59

12,203 71

1,543 97

$500,000 00
500,000 00
108,412 62

12,203 71

44,220 86
24,004 80
___________
16,993,124 15

44,220
24,004
161,534
16,993,124

___________

24,921 16

24,921 16

___________
___________
___________

298,750 00
32,324 71
2 50

298,750 00
32,324 71
2 50

$263,078 76 $18,537,964 51 $18,801,043 27

N o t e .—T he above statement includes the business o f a branch office at Oakland.
com m ercial department April 22, 1919.

9-48942




86
80
79
15

Added

128

R E P O R T O P S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

160.

OP B A N K S .

BANK OF ANTIOCH.
ANTIOCH.

Incorp orated September 14, 1891.
Officers—J. R io Baker, President; H . F. Beede, Vice-President; R. V . Davis, Secretary, Treasurer
and Cashier; W m. Mehaffey, A ssistant Cashier.
Directors—J. R io Baker, H. F. Beede, R. V. Davis, R. H arkinson, C. A. Belshaw.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.

Resources—
L oans and discounts................................ ..........
O verdrafts ---------------------------------------------------B onds, warrants and other securities_______
B ank premises, furniture and lixtures_____
S afe deposit vaults-------------------- ------------------Other real estate owned_____________________
Due from reserve banks________________ •
____
Due from other banks_______________________
A ctual cash on hand________________________
Exchanges fo r clearing house_______________
Checks and other cash items-----------------------Other re s o u rc e s _____________________________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)---------------------N otes, d ra fts, or bills o f exchange (limited)
T o ta ls ------------------------------- ------- -----------------------------------

Com m ercial

Savings

$263,859 40
184 51
56,717 56

$349,399 64

4,100
62,669
1,956
15,290
1,998
379
100

1,500
21,402
8,811
17,273

41,000 00
7,500 00

00
92
63
75
49
68
34

00
10
15
27

Com bined

$613,259
184
97,717
7,500

04
51
56
00

5,600
84,072
10,767
32,564
1,998
379
100

00
02
78
02
49
68
34

—

$407,257 28

$446,886 16

$854,143 44

$65,000 00
12,000 00
4,987 49

$35,000 00
13,000 00
225 46

$100,000 00
25,000 00
5,212 95

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in----------------------- --------------------------Surplus .............—--------------------------------------------------------Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid---------Other existing profits collected, but n ot in undivided
profits a c c o u n t --------------------------------------------------------Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )___________________________
Notes rediscounted ___________________________________
Deposits, due t o banks-------------------------------------------------Dividends u n p a id ___________ __________________________
Individual deposits subject t o check--------------------------Savings d e p o s its ------------------------------------------------ ------- —
Demand certificates o f deposit------------------------------------Tim e certificates o f d eposit............. .......... ....................
Certified ch e ck s _______________________________________
Cashier’s checks ______________________________________
State, cou n ty and municipal deposits----------- ------- -----P osta l savings deposits---------------------- ------- -----------------Other liabilities _____________ _____ ___________________
T otals.




40,000 00

4,200 00
247,262 87
__________
1,443 63
_________
16 10
10,024 43
22,322 76

$407,257 28

___________

393,627 40
5,033 30
___________

$446,886 16

40,000 00

4,200 00
247,262 87
393,627 40
1,443 63
5,033 30
16 10
10,024 43
22,322 76

$854,143 44

129

R E PO R T OP S U P E R IN T E N D E N T O F . B A N K S .

161.

HANFORD SAVINGS BANK.
HANFORD.
Incorporated O ctober 8,1891.

Officers—C. M. Cross, President; Judd Smith, Vice-President and M anager; A. Leoni, VicePresident; R. J. Downing, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; Rose W . Buckner, Assistant
Cashier, Assistant Secretary and Assistant Treasurer.
Directors—C. M. Cross, J. W . Bainum, Judd Smith, p . M. Parrish, J. T . Dunlap, A . Leoni,
E.
F. Piekerill.

S tatem ent of June 30, 1919.

Resources

Commercial

Savings

Loans and discounts...................... _................................. . .
Overdrafts ____________________________________________
B onds, warrants and other securities._________________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures________________
Safe deposit v a u lts .____ ______ ____ _____________ ____
Other real estate ow n ed .____ _________________________
Due from reserve banks______________ ________________
Due from other banks--------------------------------------------------A ctual cash on hand________________________________ _
Exchanges fo r clearing h ou se......... — _____ _________ _
Checks and other cash items__________________________
Other res ou rces _______________________________________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)________________________
N otes, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)_________

___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
----------------___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________

$406,579 98
___________
5,000 00
___________
___________
___________
20,980 71
-----------------12,991 92
___________
___________
15 99
___________
___________

T o ta l_________ _____ ____________ ____ ____ ____ ______

___________

Combined

$445,568 60

_______ . . . .
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
----------------___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in__________________ ______________
___________
Surplus ---------------------------------------------------------------------________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid______
___________
Other existing profits collected, but n ot in undivided
profits a c c o u n t _____________________________________
___________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )____________________ ______
___ 1
----------Notes rediscounted ___________________________________
___________
Deposits, due t o banks________________________________
___________
Dividends u n p a id _____________________________________
___________
Individual deposits subject to check-------------------- ----------------------Savings d e p o s its ----------------------- ---------------------------------------------------Demand certificates o f deposit________________________
___________
Tim e certificates o f deposit----- ---------------------------- -----------------------Certified checks ----------- ----------------------------------------------------------------Cashier’s checks _______________ ^_____________________
___________
State, cou n ty and municipal deposits-----------------------------------------P osta l savings deposits_______________________________
___________
Other lia b ilitie s _______________________________________
___________
T otal.




$50,000 00
25,000 00
15,576 62
___________

..
___________

----------------------- ---------------___________
___________
___________
___________
1,930 00 ------------------------- ------- -------------- r.
353,061 98 -----------------___________
___________
--------------------------------------------------------------------___________
___________
----------------------------------___________
___________
___________
___________
$445,568 60

130

REPORT

163.

OF S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

OF B A N K S .

“ YOLO COUNTY SAVINGS BANK.’ '
WOODLAND.
Incorporated December 9, 1891.

Officers—J. L. Stephens, President; C. Q. Nelson, Vice-President; J. I. McConnell, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier; H . D. Porter, A ssistant Cashier; L . H . Stephens, A ssistant Cashier.
Directors—Inos B. W oh lfrom , H . H . Gable, J. R. Griffin, E. Niclas, C. Q. Nelson, P . T . L augenour,
J. L. Stephens, L. H . Stephens, H . D. P orter.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.

Resources—

Com m ercial

L oans and discounts.
O v e r d r a ft s __________
B onds, warrants and other securities___________ _____
___________
B ank premises, furniture and fixtures-----------------------------------------S afe deposit v a u lt s .......... ......... — ........................ ............
...............
Other real estate owned_______________________________
___________
Due from reserve banks_______________________________
___________
Due from other banks_________________________________
___________
A ctual cash on hand---------------------------------------------------------------------Exchanges for clearing house-------------------------------------------------------Checks and other cash items_________________________ _______________
Other resou rces_______________________________________
___________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)-----------------------------------------------------N otes, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)_________
___________
T o t a l_______ ________ ________________________________

___________

Savings

Combined

$1,333,839 78

___________

382,298
65,855
2,926
17,309
87,756
3,073
59,227

___________
___________
_________
___ _______
___________
___________
___________

54
23
12
05
93
75
70

1,440 32

$1,953,127 42

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid i n . . . ........ ............. ............................—
Surplus -------- ---------------------- ---------- ------- ---------------------Undivided profits, less expenses end taxes paid---------Other existing profits collected, b u t n ot in undivided
profits a c c o u n t ----------------------------------------- ---------------Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )-----------------------------------------Notes rediscounted ___________________________________
Deposits, due t o banks---------------------------------- -------------Dividends u n p a id ------------- ------- -----------------------------------Individual deposits subject to check........ .......................
Savings d e p o s its ----------------- ------- — ------- --------------------Demand certificates o f deposit-------------------------------------Tim e certificates o f deposit-----------------------------------------Certified ch e ck s ________________ ______ ________________
Cashier’s checks -------------- -------------------------------------------State, county and m unicipal deposits-------------- ------- —
P osta l savings d e p o s it s ----------------------------------------------O th er-liabilities-----------------------------------------------------------T otal.




$200,000 00

44,000 00
46,432 76

1,636,896 27
3,500 00

22,898 39

$1,953,727 42

..

R EPO RT O F S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

164 AND 164A.

131

OF B A N K S .

SACRAMENTO VALLEY BANK.
BIGGS.

Incorporated December 16, 1891.
Officers—J. M. Hastings, President; S. McKee, Vice-President; J. A. Foster, Secretary; John M.
B rough, Treasurer and Cashier; Bernard F. Lucas, A ssistant Cashier; John H. B rough,
Manager.
Directors—J. M. H astings, S. McKee, V M. Smith, J. A . Foster, J. M. B rough.
*7.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.

Resources

Commercial

Savings

Loans and discounts................................ . . ............ .......... _
$519,677 79
O v e r d r a fts ............. ......................................... — ..................
1,645 30
Bonds, warrants and other securities________________
38,814 90
18,843 97
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures_______________
Safe deposit vaults-----------------------------------------------------400 00
Other real estate owned__________________________________
2,25000
Due from reserve banks______________________
175,75297
Due from other banks___________________________________
8,12572
41,53850
A ctual cash on hand_____________________________________
Exchanges fo r clearing house_________________________
___________
Checks and other cash items----------- ---------------------------506 04
1,785 19
Other res ou rces ............. ......... ............ ........- ........................
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited ).____ _____ ____________
___________
N otes, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (limited).
T o ta l___ _____ __________ ____ ____________ ____ — _
_

$809,340 38

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in...... .........................- .......... ...............
Surplus ........ ........... ........... .......... .......... — ............ ..........
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes p a id______
Other existing profits collected, out n ot in undivided
profits a c c o u n t -------------------------------- -----------------------Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )___________________________
Notes re d is co u n te d __________ ______ __________ _____ _
Deposits, due t o banks________________________________
Dividends u n p a id _____________________________________
Individual deposits subject t o check__________________
Savings deposits ----------------------. . . --------------- ------------Demand certificates o f deposit—1 ..................- ........ .......
Tim e certificates o f deposit_________________________
Certified c h e c k s _______________________________________
Cashier’s c h e c k s ______________________________________
State, cou n ty and municipal deposits------------------------P osta l savings deposits---------------- ------------------------------Other liabilities _______________________________________
T otal.

$60,000 00
15,000 00
8,720 90
1,140 76
___________
___________
___________
1,956 60
414,965 52
---------------- 2,040 00
301,555 39
___________
___________
----------------------------------3,961 21
$809,340 38

No t e .—The above statem ent includes the business o f a branch office at B utte City.




Combined

132

R E P O R T OF S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

165.

OF B A N K S .

“ THE BANK OP MONTEREY.”
MONTEREY.
Incorporated December 30, 1891.

Officers—T. J. Field, President; M. M. G ragg, Vice-President; Chas. D. Henry, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier; B. Geo. Nielson, A ssistant Cashier.
Directors—T. J. Field, M. M. G ragg, Chas. D. Henry, Jessie D. Seale, M. Ortins, C. R. Few,
C. Martin.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.

Resources

Commercial

Savings

Loans and discounts__________________________
$283,80975
O v e r d r a ft s _____________ ___________________________ . . . .
501 06
B onds, warrants and oth er securities__________________
159,67350
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures_____ 1--------------46,155 30
Safe deposit vaults____________________________________
6,748 29
Other real estate owned______________________________ 7,765 78
■Due from reserve banks_______________________________
94,724 00
Due from other b a n k s.------------------------------------- ■
---------3,925 62
A ctual cash on hand__________________________________
68,477 00
Exchanges fo r clearing house_________________________
___________
Checks and other cash item s_________________________
3,897 28
Other resou rces____________ •______ __________________
_
65,023 54
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)-----------------------------------------------------N otes, drafts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)— ............
—........ .........
T o ta l_________________ _______________ _______________

$740,701 12

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in...... .......... ..........................................
Surplus --------- ----------------------------- —................... - ........ —
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes p a id ______
Other existing profits collected, b u t n ot in undivided
profits a c c o u n t ____________________ 1-----------------------Bills p ayable (including'certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )-----------------------------------------Notes rediscounted ___________________________________
Deposits, due to banks-------------------------------------------------Dividends u n p a id ........ ....................... ................................rIndividual deposits subject to check--------------------------Savings d e p o s its ______________________________________
Demand certificates o f d eposit_______________________
Time certificates o f deposit-----------------------------------------Certified ch e ck s ________ . . ____________________________
Cashier’s checks _______________________ ________ ______
State, cou nty and m unicipal deposits------------------------P osta l savings d e p o s it s ...-------- ------- --------------------------Other lia b ilitie s ________________________________ _______
T otal.




$100,000 00
25,000 00
20,864 88

-----------------________
----------------------------------569,631 55
___________
30 00
1 00
46 75
22,753 02
-----------------2,373 92
___________
$740,701 12

Com bined

REPORT

OF S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

166 AND 166A.

133

OF B A N K S .

“ BANK OF LEMOORE.”
LEMOORE.

Incorporated December 31, 1891.
Officers—H. C. Lillis, President; J. A. M cCorm ick, Vice-President; N. W . Sorrick, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier; A. D. Campbell, A ssistant Cashier, Assistant Secretary and Assistant
Treasurer; H. A. Thomsen, A ssistant Cashier; G. W . Hinkle, Assistant Cashier.
Directors—H . C. Lillis, N. W . Sorrick, J. A. M cCorm ick, A. L . McKay, J. H . F o x , E. G. Sellers,
C. H . Bailey.

S tatem ent of June 30, 1919.

Resources—
L oans and discounts_______________ _____
O v e r d r a ft s _________________ _____ - .......... .......
B onds, warrants and other securities_______
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures______
Safe deposit vaults______ j.--------------------------Other real estate owned------------------- ---------- —
Due from reserve hanks_____________________
Due from other banks____________ — ..........
A ctual cash on hand________________________
Exchanges fo r clearing house-----------------------Checks and other cash items_______________
Other resources ________________________ •
•
___
Notes, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (limited)
Totals.

Commercial
$581,478
1,417
140,920
45,150
2,000

Savings

Combined

18
78
40
00
00

$104,400 00
9,125 75

$685,878 18
.1,417 78
150,046,15
45,150 00
2,000 00

212,994 84

3,898 68

216,893 52

52,245
581
419
19,157

93
58
65
08

4,743 50

56,989
581
419
19,157

43
58
65
08

$1,056,365 44

$122,167 93

$1,178,533 37

$80,0C0 00

$20,000 00

$100,000 00

20,000 00

5,000 00
432 06

25,000 00
. 25,587 92

3,000 00
577,744 19
---------------6,650 88
269,218 50
37 60
24,558 41
50,000 00

1,000 00
.......... ........J .
95,735 87

4,000 00
577,744 19
95,735 87
6,650 88
269,218 50
37 60
24,558 41
50,000 00

$1,056,365 44

$122,167 93

$1,178,533 37

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in------------------------------------- ------- -----Surplus ______________________ ____ ___________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid______
Other existing profits collected, but n ot in undivided
profits account _____________________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )___________________________
N otes 're d is co u n te d ___________________________________
Deposits, due to banks________________________________
Dividends u n p a id ______________________ r — - l________
e
Individual deposits subject to check_________________
Savings d e p o s its _________________ ____ ______________
Demand certificates o f deposit-----------------------------------Time certificates o f deposit___________________ ________
Certified ch e c k s _______________________________________
Cashier’s c h e c k s ______________________________________
State, cou n ty and municipal deposits------------------------- _
P osta l savings deposits_______________________________
Other lia b ilities_______________________________________
Totals.

25,155 86

N o t e .—T he above statement includes the business o f a branch office at S tratford .




134

R E R O R T OF S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

OF B A N K S .

167, 167A AND 167B. “ BERKELEY BANK OF SAVINGS AND
TRUST COMPANY.” BERKELEY.
Incorporated January 27, 1892.
Officers—A. W . N aylor, Chairman o f B oa rd ; F. I». N aylor, President; W . E. W oolsey , Vice-President;
W . S. W o o d , Secretary, Treasurer, Cashier, T rust Officer and M anager; G. T . Douglas, Assistant
Cashier and Assistant Secretary; E. K. Cole, A ssistant Cashier and Assistant Secretary; A. H.
Sheffield, A ssistant Cashier and A ssistant Secretary.
Directors—W alter P. W oolsey, C. M. Gahley, J. W . Havens, J. E. Little, W . H. M arston, A . W . N aylor,
F. L. N aylor, W . E. W oolsey, W . R. Scott.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.

Resources—

Commercial

L oa n s and discounts____________________
O verdrafts ------------------------- ------- ---------___
B onds, w arrants and other securities—
Bank premises, furniture and fix tu re s ...
Safe d ep osit vaults______________ _______
Other real estate owned___ _____________
Due from reserve banks--------------------------Due from other banks__________________
A ctual cash on hand____________________
Exchanges fo r clearing house___________
Checks and oth r cash items___________
Other resources
- ______ _______________
Notes, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange
Gimited) ______________________________
T otals

Savings

Court trusts Private trusts

Combined

$259,452 04 $4,971,183 53 _________ $15,000 00 $5,245,635 57
110 88 ___________ _________ _________
110 88
232,920 54
1,172,485 73 $50,010 00 35,240 24
1,490,65661
_________
200,760 62
200,760 62
_________
16,076 67
16,076 67
_________
105,867 76
105,967 76
148,580,78
1,315,114 66
2,565 00 '
9,882 89
1,476,14333
__________ ___________
3,749 44 _________ '
3,749 44
65,406 17
217,058 81
425 00
272,892 98
11,784 22
15,613 83
27,398 05
12,244 46
________

49,682 94 _________

_________

61,927 40

601,000 00 ____ ____

_________

601,000 00

$720,502 09 $8,664,944 55

$56,749 44

$60,123 13 $9,502,319 21

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in___________________
Surplus _________ _______ ______ _________
Undivided profits, less expenses and
taxes paid _____________________________
Other existing profits, collected, b u t n ot
in undivided profits account__________
Bills payable, including' certificates o f
deposit representing m oney borrow ed .
Notes r e d is co u n te d ---------------------------------Deposits due t o banks__________________
Dividends unpaid _______________________
Individual deposits subject t o check___
Savings d e p o s it s ________________________
Demand certificates o f deposit_________
Time certificates o f d p osit_____________
Certified checks _________________________
Cashier’s checks
______________________
State, cou nty and municipal d e p o s its ...
P osta l savings deposits--------------------------Other liabilities _______________________
Deposits received from executors, ad­
m inistrators, guardians, receivers, etc.
T otals

25,C O 00
O

$280,500 00
304,125 00

2,835 18

40,512 35

$430,500 O
O
333,125 00

123 13

43,470 66
9,000 00

215,000 00

35,968 87
14,394 00
582,992 76
7,576,002 16
5,617 07
101,011 80
1,131 48
16,966 73
215,000 00

133,399 24

133,399 24

35,968 87
14,394 00
582,902 76
7,576,002 16
5,617 07
101,011 80
1,131 48
16,956 73

3,749 44
$720,502 00 $8,664,944 55

Trust Resources— -

court trusts
Personal
assets
received
from
executors,
adm inistrators,
as* '
$43,872 00
signees, receivers o r trustees____
T ru st investm ents:
(a ) Personal p r o p e r t y ..................
190,755 61
(b) Real property ______________
156,540 O
O
Due from banks-----------------------------60,197 94
C ash on hand_____________________ ___________

T o ta l ____________ ____ - ..........

$50,000 O $50,000 C
O
O
3,000 00
1,000 00

9,000 00

$50,000 CO

$451,365 55

$56,749 44

Trust Liabilities—

$60,123 13 $9,502,319 21

-

Court trusta

Personal
assets
received
from
executors,
adm inistrators,
as­
signees, receivers o r trustees------$43,872 00
Trusts held in capacity o f execu­
tor, adm inistrator, guardian, as­
signee, receiver o r trustee-------- 407,493 55
Private trusts, specially designated
and construed as cou rt trusts,
under supervision _______________ ___________
T o ta l -----------------------------------------

$451,365 55

P rivate trusts, n o t specially designated as cou rt trusts, are n o t under Supervision o f State Banking
Departm ent.
N o t e .—T he above statem ent includes the business o f branch offices at Berkeley.




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170.

135

OP B A N K S .

THE SAVINGS BANK OF ST. HELENA.
ST. HELENA.
Incorporated January 29, 1892.

Officers—F. L. Alexander, President; W . H . Smith, Vice-President; P. R. Alexander, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier; C. P . Kettlewell, A ssistant Cashier.
Directors—F. L. Alexander, W . H . Smith, F. B. Mackinder, W alter Metzner, P aul R. Alexander.

S tatem ent of June 30, 1919.

Resources—
Loans and discounts________ ____ ______ __________ _
Overdrafts . j ..........- .......... .................—.......................... —
Bonds, warrants and other securities..______ _______
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures-----------------------Safe deposit vaults_____ ____ ______ _________ ____ ___
Other real estate owned_____________________ _________
Due from reserve banks------------- ------- -------- ------- -------- Due from other banks_________________________________
A ctual cash on hand__________________________________
Exchanges fo r clearing house________________ _____ —
Checks and other cash items__________________________
Other resou rces_______________________________________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)________________________
Notes, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)--------------

Commercial

Savings

Combined

___________
$237,544 00 ___________
_____ _________ ________ _
___________
____ ___ . . .
386,968 52 ___________
-------- ----------------- ----------------------___________
___________
___________
____ . ______
___________
___________
-----------------28,000 00 ----------------___________
16,526 96 ___________
___________
16,000 00 ---------------------------------------------------___________
___________
__________
___________
3,604 40 __________
___________
___________
__________
--------------------------------------------------

T o t a l . ............................. ....................... ..........................................................

$688,643 88

__________

$50,000 03
12,500 00
1,525 16

__________
-------------------------------

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in----------- ------------ ------- ---------- -------------- ---------------Surplus _______________________________________________
___________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid______
___________
Other existing profits collected, out n ot in undivided
profits a c c o u n t _____________________________________
___________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
-----------------senting m oney b orrow ed )-------------------- --------------------Notes red iscou n ted ----------- ---------------------------------------- -----------------D e p o s it s , d u e t o b a n k s ______________________________________

_____________

Dividends u n p a id _________________________________ ---------------------------Individual deposits subject to check_________________
___________
Savings deposits __________________ __________________
___________
Demand certificates o f deposit________________________
___________
Tim e certificates o f deposit........ .......... ..............................
............. .......
Certified c h e ck s -------------------- ----------- ------------------- -----------------------Cashier’s checks ______________________________________
___________
State, cou nty and municipal deposits----------------------------------------P osta l savings deposits_______________________________
___________
Other lia b ilitie s -------------- -------------------------------------------------------------Total.




___________
----------------------------------______________

-----------------___________
623,946 85
___________
.....................
-----------------___________
-----------------___________
671 87

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171.

OF B A N K S .

HOLLISTER SAVINGS BANK.
HOLLISTER.
Incorporated February 11, 1892.

Officers—W m . P alm tag, President; T. H. Slayen, Vice-President: O. J. C ox, Vice-President;
C. H. W agner, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; R. Shaw, Assistant Cashier; F. S. F aria,
Assistant Cashier; E. E. James, Assistant Cashier.
Directors—W m. P alm tag, T. H. Slaven, N. T. Jensen, F. H . Barnhisel, C. J. C ox, M. Rosenberg,
C. H . W agner.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.

Resources

Commercial

Savings

Combined

L oans and discounts___ ____________ ____ ____________
O v e r d r a ft s ............................................... .......... .....................
B onds, warrants and other securities___ . ___________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures. _____________
Safe deposit vaults___ j ____ _______ _____ :...........
Other real estate o w n e d ..-------- -----------------------------------Due from reserve banks_______________ _________ _____
Due from other banks_____________________ ___________
A ctual cash on hand___ - _____________________________
Exchanges for clearing house_____ ___________________
Checks and other cash items_________________________
Other resou rces______________________ ____ ______ *____
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)________________________
N otes, drafts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)_________

...............

............ .

..... ..........

----------- ——
___________
__________ _
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________

___________
50,540 33
2,871 40
19,000 00
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________

___________
___________
___________
----------------___________
___________
___________
___________
___________

T o ta l-------- ---------- ---------------------- ----------------------- ---------

------------------

$841,871 72

___________
___________
___________

$50,000 00
30,000 00
5,203'91

___________
.....................
_______ _ .
___________

$634,928 49
.....................
134,531 50
___________

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid i n . . . ____ _____ ___________________
Surplus ..............'._____ _______ _______ ______ _________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid______
Other existing profits collected, out n ot in undivided
profits a c c o u n t _____________________________ ________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )___________________________
Notes re d is co u n te d ___________________________________
Deposits, due to banks________________________________
Dividends u n p a id _____________________________________
Individual deposits subject to (heck_________________
Savings d e p o sits ----------- ---------- -----------------------------------Demand certificates o f d ep osit________________________
Time certificates o f d eposit_____ _____________________
Certified ch e ck s _____ _________ _______________________
Cashier’s checks ______ ______ ________________________
State, county and municipal deposits________________
P osta l savings deposits_______________________________
Other lia b ilities_______________________________________
T otal.




___________

___________

___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
-----------------___________
___________
____________
_____ ____ _
___________
___________
__________

___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
755,193 87
___________
_____ ______
________ . . . .
______ _____
1,473 94
___________
__________
$841,871 72

___________
....................
___________
___________

R E PO R T OF S U P E R IN T E N D E N T O F B A N K S .

174 AND 174A.

137

CITIZENS BANK OF FASO ROBLES.
EL PASO DE ROBLES.
Incorporated April 21, 1892.

Officers—W . C. Bennett, President; Alex. W ebster, Vice-President; A. Pfister, Secretary, Treasurer
and Cashier; W . A. Johnson, Assistant Cashier; P. B. Pendrcy, Assistant Cashier.
Directors—W . C. Bennett, D. S. Lewis, M ary M. Dresser, Paul Pfister, A. Pfister, M. Shimmin,
Alex. W ebster.
S ta t e m e n t o f J u n e 30, 1919,.

Resources—
Loans and discounts__________________________________
O v e r d r a ft s ___________ __________ ________ __________
Bonds, warrants and other securities............................
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures
_________ __
Safe deposit vaults__________ . . . . . . _______________
Other real estate owned_______ _______ _____
____
Due from reserve b a n k s ... __________ _____________
A ctual cash on hand . .
___________________________
Exchanges fo r clearing house_________________________
Checks and other cash item s................... — ...................
Other res ou rces ______________
Bankers’ acceptances (limited)
Notes, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (limited).
Totals.

Commercial
$464,281
1,308
62,310
15,000
394
1,214
118,887

21
03
00
00
75
00
38

51,513 37

Combined

Savings,
$110,616 00

$574,897
1,308
72,310
15,000
394
1,214
118,887

10,000 00

5,838 04
------------------

21
03
00
00
75
00
38

57,356 41
6,636 41

6,636 41

$721,551 15

$126,454 04

$848,C S 19
O

C apital stock paid in_______________________ _________
$61,500 00
Surplus ----------------------------------- -----------------------------------20,000 00
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid______
21,029 15
Other existing profits collected, but n ot in undivided
___________
profits account _______ _____________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m o n e jfb o rro w e d )___________________________
___________
Notes rediscounted _________________________________________________

$25,000 00
4,000 00
3,473 46

$86,500 00
24,000 00
24,502 61

90,408 41

515,480 57
90,408 41

Liabilities—

D e p o s it s , d u e t o b a n k s ______________________________________

______________

Dividends u n p a id _____________________________________
Individual deposits subject t o check_________________
Savings d e p o s its __________________________ ____ ______
Demand certificates o f deposit________________________
Time certificates o f deposit___________________________
Certified c h e ck s _______________________________________
Cashier’s checks _________ i ------------------- ---------- - ---------State, cou n ty and municipal deposits------------------------P osta l savings deposits-------------------------------- --------------Other lia b ilitie s _______________________________________

___________
515,481 57
- ---------------___________
89,669 65
___________
-----------------13,871 78
-----------------___________

Totals.

$721,551 15

89,669 65

3,572 17

13,871 78
3,572 17

$126,454 04

$848,C05 19

N o t e .—The above statem ent includes the business o f a branch office at San Miguel.




138

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175.

OP S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

OP B A N K S .

PEOPLES SAVINGS BANK.
SANTA CRUZ.
Incorporated April 26, 189£.

Officers—W . P. Netherton, President: P. T. Phillips, Vice-President; C, E. Towne, Vice-President;
L. F. Hinds, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; H. A. W right, Assistant Cashier.
Directors—C. P. B rooks, C. E. Towne, P. T . Phillips, W . P . Netherton, S. W ald o Colem an,
W . T. Fqrsyth, Warren Garrett.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.
R €80U T C e8

L oans and discounts__________________________________
O verdrafts - ------ ------------------------- --------------------------------B onds, warrants and other securities_________________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures_____ ___________
S afe deposit vaults____________________________________
Other real estate owned____________________ __________
Due from reserve banks_______________________________
Due from other banks—_______ _______ __________ ___
A ctual cash on hand__________________________________
E xchanges fo r clearing house_________________________
Checks and other cash items__________________________
Other resou rces________________________ __________ ___
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)________________________
N otes, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)_________

Commercial
___________
----------------___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
______ : ___
______ ___ ,.

Savings
$415,370 28
91,845 98
52,130 00
10,965 88
57,876 45
16,381 48

1,418 95
12,500 00
$658,489 02

T otal.

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in_...........................-------................—
Surplus ________________ _____ ________________ _______
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes p a id -------- ;
Other existing profits collected, b u t n o t in undivided
profits a c c o u n t ............. ............................ ............ ............
Bills p ayable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )___________________________
N otes red iscou n ted _______________________________ —
Deposits, due to banks-------------------------------------------------Dividends u n p a id ----------- ---------- ----------------------------------Individual deposits subject to check-------- -----------------Savings deposits _____________________________________
Demand certificates o f deposit-------- _--------------------------Tim e certificates o f deposit--------- --------------------------------Certified checks _______________________________________
Cashier’s c h e c k s ______ ___________ ______ — .......... .......
State, cou nty and municipal deposits------------------------P osta l savings deposits.......................... ...........................—
Other lia b ilities........ ................- ............—
-----------------T otal.




____________
____ ____ —
____ ____ __

$36,C O 00
O
26,895 00
3,928 09

______ -____
___________
---------------------------------------------------___________
---------- -----------------------___________
—------------------------- ----------------------------------------

—_________
___________
-----------------2,250 00
-----------------577,942 58
-----------------1,473 35
_______
— ........ .......
10,000 00
-----------------------------------

Combined
___________

R E P O R T OP S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

176.

OP B A N K S .

139

BANK OF WILLIAMS.
WILLIAMS.
Incorporated June 17, 1892

Officers—H . 0 . Stovall, President; J. M. Stovall, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; B. L. Pouch,
Assistant Cashier.
Directors—H . C. Stovall, J. M. Stovall, Mabel S tovall Brim, Mrs M. E. Stovall, B. L . Pouch.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.

Resources

Commercial
Loans and discounts___ _______ . ____ ________________
$359,072 27
O verdrafts -------- : _______ ______ ____ ____ ___________
11,489 47
Bonds, warrants and other securities_______________
179,796 87
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures________ ____ 12,940 94
Safe deposit vaults-------- ------------------------- ----------- ------- 3,100 00
Other real estate owned_______________ __________ ; ___
___________
Due from reserve b a n k s ..-------------------------------------------258,372 27
Due from other banks________________________________
___________
Actual cash on h a n d ......... ..................................................
46,482 45
Exchanges fo r clearing house________ ,_______________
_______
Checks and other cash items_________________________ _
543 58
Other resources ____________ _____ _____ _____________
30,222 47
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)-----------------------------------------------------Notes, d r a ft s ,,o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)_________
___________
T o t a l........................................................... ............. — ........

$902,020 32

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in_________________________________
Surplus _____ ________________ ____ _____ _____________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid...........
Other existing profits collected, but n ot in undivided
profits account _____________________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )-----------------------------------------Notes rediscounted ___________________________________
Deposits, due to banks------------------------------------- ----------Dividends u n p a id -------------------------------------------------------Individual deposits Subject to check-------------------------Savings deposits -------- ----------- ------------------- ------- ---------Demand certificates o f deposit-----------------------------------Tim e certificates o f deposit-----------------------------------------Certified c h e c k s ____________________________ __________
Cashier’s c h e c k s -------- ---------------------- --------------------------State, cou nty and municipal deposits------------------------P osta l savings deposits........................... — ------------------Other lia b ilitie s ----------------- ------------- ------- ---------------------

-----------------___________
----------------------------------397,551 31
-----------------29,509 64
308,376 67
___________
-------- ------- 30,009 00
----------------------------------

T o ta l_________________________________________________

$902,020 32




$100,000 00
25,000 00
11,582 70

Savings

Combined

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177.

OP S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

OP B A N K S .

BANK OF OROVILLE.
OROVILLE.
Incorporated June 28, 1892.

Officers—H. C. Lillis, President; W . W . Gingles, Vice-President; C. W . Putnam , Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier; E. F. Mitchell, A ssistant Cashier, A ssistant Secretary and Assistant
Treasurer; R. G. Stapleton, Assistant Secretary.
Directors—E. F. Mitchell, F. B. W agner, H. C. Lillis, W . W . Gingles, C. W . Putnam .

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.
R e s o tlT C e S —

Commercial

Savings

Loans and discounts__________________________________
O verdrafts ____________________________________________
B onds, warrants and other securities________________
B ank premises, furniture and fixtures________________
Safe deposit vaults____________________________________
Other real estate owned_______________________________
Due from reserve banks______________ ____ ___________
Due from other banks_________________________________
A ctual cash on hand__________________________________ •
Exchanges for-clearing house________ ____ ___________
Checks and other cash items---------------------------------------Other res ou rces _______________________________________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)________________________
N otes, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)_________

___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
____ •
______
___________
___________
___________
___________
----------------___________
___________
___________

$330,191 19

T o ta l_____________________________________ _______ ___

___________

Combined

$421,764 23

___________

53,846 97

5,179 20
20,353 15

..
..

11,776 72

417 00

Liabilities—
C ap ita l-stock paid in________________________ _______________ ______ _
Surplus _______________________________________________
___________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes p a id______
___________
Other existing profits collected, b u t n ot in undivided
profits account _____________________________________
Bills p ayable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )___________________________
Notes rediscounted ___________________________________
Deposits, due to bank---------------------- ---------- ------------- Dividends u n p a id ----------------- -------------------------------------------------------Individual deposits subject to check__________________
___________
Savings d e p o s its _______________________ ______ ______________________
Demand certificates o f d eposit-----------------------------------------------------Time certificates o f deposit----------------------------------------------------------Certified c h e ck s _______________________________________
___________
Cashier’s checks _________ ____________ ______________
___________
State, cou n ty and municipal deposits________________
___________
P osta l savings d ep osits.____ _____________ ____ _____________ _______
Other lia b ilities________________________ '._____________
___________
T otal.




$30,000 00
16,000 00
3,821 85

3,000 00
___________
368,384 18
-----------------___________
___________
___________
___________
558 20
$421,764 23

..

R E PO R T OP S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

178,

141

OF B A N K S .

BANK OF TEHACHAPI.
TEHACHAPI.
Incorporated September 16, 1892.

Officers—Dave H irschfeld, President; Albert Ancker, Vice-President; P hil. M arx,
Treasurer and Cashier.
Directors—Dave Hirschfeld, A lbert Ancker, Phil. Marx, Chas. Asher, B. M. Denison.

Secretary,

S tatem ent of June 30, 1919.

Resources—
Loans and discounts_________________________________
O verdrafts ___________________________________________
Bonds, warrants and other securities----- -----------------Bank premises, furniture and fixtures1______________
_
Safe deposit vaults____________________________________
Other real estate owned__ ! ___________________________
Due from reserve banks_________ . ___________________
Due from other banks________________________________
Actual cash o n hand______________ ______ ____ - ______
Exchanges fo r clearing house________________________
Cheeks and other cash items_________________________
Other resources ______________________________________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited ).---------------------------------Notes, drafts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)_______
T o ta l - _____ _____________________________________

Commercial

$142,1812 88
81 45
67,758 33
4,750 00
__________
___________
53,396 83
_______
8,456 64
___________
281 02
584 37
-----------------___________
$277,491 52

Liabilities—
Capital stock paid in_________________________________
Surplus _______________________________ ________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid-------Other existing profits collected, but n ot in undivided
profits a c c o u n t _____________________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )_________________________ _
Notes rediscounted ____. __________________ ____ _____
Deposits, due t o banks-----------------------------------------------Dividends unpaid _________________________________ . . .
Individual deposits subject to check_________ ________
Savings d e p o s i t s ___ _________________________________
Demand certificates o f deposit_______________________
Tim e certificates o f dep osit-—--*—! _____ ,____________
Certified checks __________________________ ___________
Cashier’s c h e c k s ______________________________________
State, cou nty and municipal deposits________________
P osta l savings deposits______________________________
Other liabilities _____ - ________________________ _____ _

100 00
100,142 86
___________
45 00
96,132 99
1 65
5,388 16
9,388 97
___________
4,080 79

T o ta l - _______ _________________ ___________ ______

$277,491 52




$25,000 00
315,000 00
2,211 10

Savings

Combined

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180.

OP S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

OP B A N K S .

“ THE BANK OF PALO ALTO.”
PALO ALTO.
Incorporated O ctober. 18, 1892.

Officers—P. M. Lansdale, President; O. D. M arx, Vice-President; H . P. C ongdon , Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier; J. P. Prior, A ssistant Cashier and Assistant Secretary; Burke
Cbrbet. A ttorney.
Directors—H . T. C ongdon, C. D. Marx, W m . O. H orabin, E. C. Thoits, A lfred Seale, Burke
C orbet, P. M. Lansdale.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.

Resources—

$503,007
202
00,679
561

294,407
69,827
1,000
17,765
33,659

783 65
56,614 56
58,218 90

70
84
00
53
17

$1,059,250
202
891,147
70,389
1,000
18,549
90,273

80
69
00
54
00
1“
73

82,125 73

23,900 78

4,907 44
74,400 32

—

—

—

T ota ls __________________________________ ______ ____ _

Liabilities—

$556,242 90

84
09
31
70

4,957 44
74,466 32

Com bined

Savings

Commercial

L oa n s and discounts_________________________________
O verdrafts ___ _______________________________________
B onds, warrants and other securities1----------------------Bank premises, furniture and fixtures_______________
S afe deposit vaults___________________________________
Other real estate owned______________________________
Due from reserve banks______________________________
Due from o t h :r banks_________ ______________________
Actual cash on hand__________________________________
E xchanges fo r clearing house__________________ ____ _
Checks and other cash items_________________________
Other resources _____________________ _________________
Bankers’ acceptances! (lim ited)_______________________
Notes!, drafts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)_______

$790,492 40

$996,870 08

$1,792,362 49

$52,500 00
58,500 00
7,733 05

$37,500 00
49,500 00
1,000 00

$00,000 00
108,000 00
8,733 05

■

C apital stock paid in--------------------------------------------------Surplus ______________________________ ______________ _
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid-------Other existing profits collected, but n ot in undivided
profits a ccou n t___ ^________________ ________________
Bills payable (including certificates, o f d eposit repre­
senting m o n 'y b orrow ed )__________________________
N otes re d is co u n te d ___________________________________
Deposits, due to banks_______________________________
Dividends unpaid ____________________________________
Individual deposits subject t o check________________
Savings deposits _____________________________________
Demand certificates o f deposit_______________________
Tim e certificates o f d eposit__________________________
Certified ch cks ________ _____________________________
Cashier’s checks _____________________________________
State, cou n ty and m n id p a ” deposits___ ____ _______
P osta l savings deposits1_____________________________
_
Other liabilities _______________________ ____ __________
T ota ls ____

—

—

9,000 00
608,628 56
863,870 03
21,686 73
40,753 19
1,690 93
45,000 00
—

$795,492 40

No t e .—V oluntarily closed branch office at Menlo Park, June 13, 1919.




9,000 00
608,628 50
863,870 03
21,686 73
40,753 19
1,690 93
45,000 00

$996,870 03

$1,792,362 49

—

.......... ..........

R E P O R T O P S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

181 AND 181A.

143

OP B A N K S .

“ BANK OF LASSEN COUNTY.”
SUSANVILLE.

Incorp orated O ctober 29, 1892.
Officers—P. E. Hum phrey, President;. Jno. B. Spaulding; Vice-President; O. B. Clark, VicePresident; C. H . Bridges* S cretary, Treasurer and Cashier; C. M. H a il,.A ssistan t Cashier;
W . H . Pulton, Manager.
Directors—J. B. Spaulding, I. E. B aily, Richard H. Browne, P. E. H um phrey, C. B. .Clark,
P. J. Goumaz, G. H. Bridges.

S tatem ent of June 30, 1919.

Resources—
L oans and discounts----------------- ---------------- ------- --------Overdrafts ___________________________________________
B onds, w arrants and other securities------------------------Bank premises, furniture and fixtures___________ __
_

Savings

Commercial

$276,406 62
1,238 77
82,886 32
15,100 73

$181,320 00

3,786 12
53,250 04
17,067 73
35,709 05

Combined

10,000 00
221,360 37
___________
6,096 21

11,992 50

$460,726
1,238
94,888
15,100

Safe deposit vaults_____________________________
Other real estate owned______________________________
Due from _r. serve hanks_____________ __________ ______
Due from other banks_______________ ________________
A ctual cash on hand________________________ ____ ___
Exchanges fo r clearing house_____________ __________
Checks and other cash items___________ ___________ _
Other resources ______________________________________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)_________________ ____ _
Notes, drafts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)_______
T ota ls __ _____ ________ ____ _________ _____________

13,786
75,610
17,067
41,804

3,885 96
%563 96

12
41
73
26

3,805 98
2,563 95
-------- „ -------

$491,825 31

$234,768 08

$726,593 39

$75,000 00
30,000 00
6,073 04

$25,000 00
6,000 Ob
4,608 38

$100,000 00
36,000 00
10,681 42

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in----------------- ------------------------------Surplus ------------------------------------------------------------------ -----Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paidt_____
Other existing profits collected, but n o t in undivided
profits account _____________________ _____ _________
Bills payable (including certificates o f d eposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )---------------------------------------Notes r e d is c o u n t e d __ - ______________________________
Deposits, due t o banks_______________ ______________
Dividends unpaid ____________________________________
Individual deposits subject t o check________________
Savings d e p o s i t s _______________ . ____________________
_
Demand certificates o f deposit_______________________
Tim e certificates o f deposit_________________________ _
Certified c h e c k s _______________ _______________________
C ashi.r’s c h e c k s ______________________________________
State, cou n ty and municipal deposits_______________ _
P osta l savings deposits______________________________
Other liabilities ________________________________ ____ _
T ota ls ____ ____ ____________________________________

301,419 18
65
38
20
85
00

—
$491,825 31

___ ____ __I .
6,000 00
—
$234,768 08

branch office at Standish.

10-48942




301,419
194,159
1,794
28,134
13
5,390
50,000

194,159 70
1,794
28,134
13
5,390
44,000

18
70
65
39
20
85
00

—
$726,593 39

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182.

OF S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

OF BAN KS.

“ FARMERS AND MERCHANTS SAVINGS BANK OF
OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA.” OAKLAND.
Incorp orated N ovem ber 12, 1892.

Officers—E dson F. Adam s, President; S am u.l Bell McKee, Vice-President; Geo. S. Meredith,
Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; Frank C. Martens, A ssistant Cashier, A ssistant Secretary
and A ssistant Treasurer.
Directors—E dson F. Adam s, Samuel Bell McKee, C. D. B ates; Geo. S. Mtredith, F rank C.
Martens, C'. H. Redington, C. H . Daly.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.
R esou rces—

L oans and discounts----- ------------ ------------------------------O verdrafts _____________________ _____________________
B onds, warrants and other securities________________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures!______________
Safe deposit vaults_______________ ___________________
Other real estate owned___________________________ _—
Du 3 from reserve banks______________________________
Due from other banks_______________________________
A ctual cash on hand_________________________________
Exchanges fo r clearing house________________________
Cheeks and other cash items___________________ . ___
_
Other resources ______________________________________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)_______________________
Notes, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)_______
T o ta l ___________________________ „ ______________ ____

Com m ercial

Sayings

Combined

-----------------___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
____________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________

$1,806,360 69 -----------------________ --------------------------587,698 91 -----------------176,200 00 -----------------10,400 00 -----------------4,400 00 -----------------325,969 97 ___________
___________
___________
91,237 O* ___________
13,535 46 ___________
6,265 36 ___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
____________ ___________

___________

$3,024,057 43

___________

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in-------------------------------------------------------------------___________
Surplus _______________________________________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid--------- -----------------Other existing profits collected, b u t n o t in undivided
profits a c c o u n t ___________________________ __________
___________
Bills p a ya b le (including certificates o f d eposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )_____ ____________________
___________
Notes rediscounted ________________________ ____ _____ ___________
Deposits, due to banks_______________________________
___________
Dividends unpaid ____________________________________
___________
Individual deposits subject t o cheek_________________
___________
Savings d e p o s it s _____________________________________
___________
Demand certificates o f deposit_______________ ______ ___________
Tim e certificates o f d p osit________________ _____ ____
___________
Certified checks ______ ________ _____________________________ ______
Cashier’s c h e c k s ____ _________________________________
___________
State, cou nty and m unicipal deposits_______________
___________
P osta l savings deposits______________________________
. . . ________
Other liabilities ______________________________________
___________
T o ta l




$238,000 00
11,500 00
3,788 25

----------------------------------------------------

156 05

------------------

___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
________ _________________
___________
___________
2,687,065 13
___________
___________
___________
3,635 50
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
70,000 00
__________ _
___________
___________
9,912 90
___________
$3,024,057 43

R E PO R T OP S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

145

OP B A N K S .

183. BANK OF PLEASANTON,
PLEASANTON.
Incorporated February 3, 1893.
Officers—T . W . Harris, President; C. H . Schween, Vice-President; E. L . Benedict, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier; Thos. H. Siiver, Assistant Cashier; E. C. Benedict, Assistant Cashier.
Directors—T. W . Harris, E. L. Benedict, Jas. R. Cruikshank, C. H. Schween, T . H. Silver.

S tatem e n t of June 3G, 1919.

Resources—
Loans and discounts________ _______ ________
O v e r d r a ft s __________________________________
Bonds, warrants and other securities.............
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures______
Safe deposit vaults---------------------------------------Other real estate owned_____________________
Due from reserve banks........ ................... ...........
Due from other banks_________ _____ _______
A ctual cash on hand-------------------------------------Exchanges fo r clearing house______________
Checks and other cash items_______________
Other r e s o u rc e s _____________________________
Bankers-’ acceptances (lim ited)______________
Notes, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (limited)
Totals.

Commercial

,$200,850 12
270 11
39,050 00

Savings

$295,648 38
94,661 00
4,100 00

Combined

$496,498
270
133,711
4,100

50
11
00
00

90,597 20

3,900 00
20,401 30

3,900 00
110,998 '50

18,546 65

10,050 22

28,596 87

1,380 59

$350,694 67

1,380 59

$428,760 90

$779,455 57

Liabilities—
Capital stock paid in_________ ______ ____ _______ ___
$25,000 00
Surplus _______________________________________________
10,000 00
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid______
808 38
Other existing profits collected, but n ot in undivided
profits a c c o u n t ........ - -----------------------------------------------Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )----------------------------------------------------------N otes rediscounted ___________________________________
_______
Deposits, due to banks— ...............................................................................
Dividends u n p a id ________________________ ____ _______
___________
Individual deposits subject t o check_________________
200,385 96
Savings deposits _____________________________________
___________
Demand certificates o f deposit____________________________
2,37713
Time certificates o f deposit__________________________
63,593 20
Certified checks ______________________________________
20,000 00
Cashier’s checks _________________________________________
8,53000
State, cou nty and municipal deposits----------- ---------—
20,000 00
P osta l savings d ep osits-.---------------------------------- ----------------- --------Other lia b ilitie s ____________ ______ ______ ____________
___________
Totals.




$350,694 67

$25,000 00
17,500 00
1,845 89

$50,00000
27,50000
2,65427

_____________________ 200,38596
382,415 01
382,415 01
_____________________ 2,37713
2,000 00
65,593 20
_____________________ 20,00003
_____________________ 8,53000
20,000 00

$428,760 90

$779,455 57

146

REPO RT OP

184.

S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

OP B A N K S .

FERNDALE BANK.
FERNDALE.

Incorporated February 17, 1893.
Officers—A. Putnam , President; E. P. Nisson, Vice-President; R. N. Rasmussen, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier; E. P . Calanchini. Assistant Cashier.
Directors—A. Putnam , E. P . Nisson, R ay H . Edwards, P . J. Petersen, J. H . Ring, Ph. Calanchini,
J. A. Shaw, R. H. Smith, E. B. Lytel.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.

Resources—
L oans and discounts____ _____________ ______
O verdrafts _________________ _________________
B onds, warrants and other securities-----------Bank premises, furniture and fixtures_______
S afe deposit vaults----------------------------------------Other real estate owned____ _ . . ____________ -..
Due from reserve banks......................... ....... ......
Due from other banks-----------------------------------A ctu a l cash on hand________________________
Exchanges fo r clearing house-----------------------Checks and other cash item s.—______ _______
Other resou rces_____________________________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)..........................
N otes, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (limited).

Commercial
$319,245
140
89,715
1

Savings

53
73
81
00

$224,276 47

112,483 36
-212 09
40,052 00

32,875 82

2,371 02
33,645 00

284,827 80
8,000 00

18,319 30

00
73
61
00

145,359 18
212 09
58,371 30
2,371 02
33,645 .00

—

$568,299 39

T otals.

Combined
$543,522
140
374,543
8,001

$1,166,165 93

Liabilities—

___________
___________
___ _______
___________
___________
509,577 72
___________
___________
-----------------_____ ______
5,000 00
-----------------------------------

$597,866 54

$568,299 39

T otals.




$10,00000
.41,00000
2,72167

$35,000 00
76,000 00
16,126 35

5,035 00
462,957 02
509,577
1,053
46,000
5,271
7,500

8S! 8 8 S

. C apital stock paid in_________
$25,000 00
Surplus -------35,000 00
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid______
13,404 68
Other existing profits collected, b ut n ot in undivided
profits account _____________________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )______ ____ ________ ____ ________________
Notes red iscou n ted __________________ ______ _________
___________
Deposits, due to banks______ ____ ___ ______ . . . . _____
___________
Dividends u n p a id ___________________________________ —
5,035 00
Individual deposits subject to check_________________
462,957 02
Savings d e p o s its ______________________________________
____ . ______
- Demand certificates o f deposit________________________
1,053 80
Tim e certificates o f deposit___________________________
46,000 00
Certified ch e ck s ----------------- ----------------------- ----------------------------------Cashier’s checks ______________________________________
5,271 27
State, cou nty and municipal deposits________________
2,5C0 00
P osta l savings d ep osits.—----------- ------------------------------------------------Other lia b ilities______ _______________________ __________
1,644 77

1,644 77

$1,166,165 93

R E P O R T OP S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

185 AND 185A.

OF B A N K S .

147

“ BANK OF SAN LEANDRO.”
SAN LEANDRO.

Incorporated February 24, 1833.
Officers—A. B. Cary, President; F . . II. W illiams, Vice-President; Chas. H . Hale, Secretary,
' Treasurer and Cashier; J. H. Skillen, Assitant Cashier; W . P. Newbert, A ssistant Cashier.
Directors—H arry T. Smyth, A. B. Cary, Chas. H. Hale, A. Lucio, J. B. Mendonca,' F. Stenzel,
R. W . T utt.

S tatem ent of June 30, 1919.

Resources—
Loans and d iscounts.____ _____ ____________
O v e r d r a fts __________________________________
B onds, warrants and other securities________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures______
Safe deposit vaults_____ _______________ ____
Other real estate owned_________________ ____
Due from reserve b a n k s.............................. .......
Due from other banks_______________________
Actual cash on hand________________________
Exchanges fo r clearing house_______________
Checks and other cash items_______________
Other res ou rces _____________________________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)______________
Notes, drafts, o r bills o f exchange (limited).
T ota ls________________________________________________

Commercial

Savings

$108,470 13

$829,963 41

96,467 53

391,565,,99
56,710 00
1,500 00

5,000 00
73,936 92

Combined

_$938,433 54
-488,033
56,710
1,500
5,000
324,976
61,726
92,923

52
00
00
00
90
26
54

23,799 45

251,039 98
61,726 26
69,133 09

372 96
11,993 84

2,150 00

372 96
14,143 84

$320,031 83

$1,663,788 73

$1,983,820 56

27,850 00
3,450 00
10,651 22

101,250 00
57,083 34
15,684 94

129,109 00
60,533 34
26,336 16

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in___ _____________________________
Surplus —. _________ ’--------------------------------------------------Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid_____
Other existing profits collected, but n ot in undivided
profits a c c o u n t ___________________ ______ __________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )___________________________
Notes rediscounted ___________________________________
Deposits, due to banks________________________________
Dividends u n p a id _____________________________________
'In d ivid ual deposits subject to check---------------------------Savings d e p o s its _______ i _________ . . . . . ______________
Demand certificates o f deposit________________________
Tim e certificates b f deposit----------- ----------- ----------------Certified c h e c k s _______________________________________
Cashier’s checks ______________________________________
State, cou nty and municipal deposit--------------------------P osta l savings deposits_______________________________
Other lia b ilitie s _______________________________________
Totals.

34,862 88
30 00
231,246 14
1,489,704 16
1,671 47
4 20
10,295 92

88
00
14
16
47

4-20
10,295 92.

—

36 29
$329,031 83

36 29

$1,663,788 73

$1,983,820 56

N o t e .—The above bank includes the business o f a branch office at Oakland.




34,862
30
231,246
1,489,704
1,671

148

R E P O R T O F S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

186.

OF B A N K S .

“ THE DAIRYMAN’S BANK.”
VALLEY FORD.
Incorp orated March 17, 1893.

Officers—J. D. Williams, President; L. D. A m brogio, Vice-President; C. A. LeB aron, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier; A. M. J. Badasci, A ssistant Cashier and Assistant Secretary.
Directors—Julius Gobbi, J. D. W illiams, John Cerini, L. D. A m b rog io, C. A. LeB aron.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.

Resources—
Loans and discounts_________________________
O verdrafts __________________________________
B onds, warrants and other securities_______
B ank premises, furniture and fixtures_______
Safe deposit vaults__________ _________________
Other real estate owned--------------------------------Due from reserve banks______________________
Due from other banks_______________________
A ctual cash on hand_________________________
Exchanges fo r clearing house________________
Checks and other cash items_________________
Other res ou rces _____________________________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)---------------------N otes, d ra fts, or bills o f exchange (limited).
Totals.

Commercial
$204,890 84
52 29
113,233 25
3,000 00

Savings
$253,212 46

53,837 49

57,706 95

111,544 44

22,877 82

11,550 00

34,427 82

162 55
17,377 40

11,504 70

11,667 25
17,377 40

$415,431 64

$512,272 61

$927,704 25-

$50,000 00
12,500 00
9,135 73

$50,000 00
12,500 00

173,798 50
4,500 00

Combined
$458,103
52
287,031
7,500

30
29
75
00

Liaiilities—
C apital stock paid in-------------------------------------------------Surplus _______________________________________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes p a id ........ —
Other existing profits collected, b u t n ot in undivided
profits account _____________________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney borrow ed )-----------------------------------------Notes rediscounted-------------------------------------------------------Deposits, due to banks-------------------------------------------------Dividends u n p a id --------------------------------------------------------Individual deposits subject to check--------------------------Savings d e p o s its --------------------------------------------------------- Demand certificates o f d eposit-------------------------------------Time certificates o f d eposit-----------------------------------------Certified ch e ck s -----------------------------------------------------------Cashier’s checks ----------------------------------------------------------State, cou n ty and m unicipal deposits.
P osta l savings deposit-----------------------Other lia b ilities----------------------------------Totals.




$100,000 00

25,000 00
9,135 73
22,109 66

22,109 66
---------------------------------------------------36 00
303,876 49
-----------------17,772 83
----------------------------------93

434,787 31

$415,431 64

$512,272 61

14,985 30

36
303 876
434,787
17,772
14,985

00
49
31
83
30
93

$927,704 25

R E PO R T O P S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

187.

149

OP B A N K S .

STATE SAVINGS BANK.
OAKLAND.
Incorporated March 24, 1893.

Officers—R. J. McMullen, President and Treasurer; Dudley Kinsell, Vice-President; S. C. Bennetts.
Secretary and Assistant Cashier; P. L. McMullen, Cashier.
Directors—R. J. McMullen, Dudley Kinsell, Chas. H. Jones, J. B. Lanktree, D. P. Tilljnghast.

S tatem ent of June 30, 1919.
L t€ 8 0 U T C € S

----

Loans and discounts-------------------- ------- -----------------------O v e r d r a fts ----------- -------- ------------- --------------------------------B onds, warrants and other securities_________________
Bank premises, furniture "and fixtures------------------------S afe deposit vaults----------2-------------------------------------------Other real estate owned_______________________________
Due from reserve banks---------------------------- ------- -----------Due from other banks_________________________________
A ctual cash on hand---------------------------------------- -------- —
Exchanges fo r clearing house----------- --------------------------Checks and other cash items__________________________
Other re s o u rc e s ___________________ _____ _____________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)------------------------------------Notes, drafts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)--------------

Commercial
--------------------------------____ ___
----------------—.......... ......
___________
----------------___________
------------------------ ----_____ '_____
___________
---------- ------— ........ ......

Savings

$822,150 84
298,549 02
100,586 09
25,786
96,553
707
57,517
14,254
1,282

84
32
50
86
23
30

$1,417,388 00

T otal.

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in_________________________________
___________
S u rp lu s ,___________________ ____ ________ ___________ ________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid______
___________
Other existing profits collected, but n ot in undivided
profits a c c o u n t _________________ _______ ___________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )----------------------------------------------------------Notes rediscounted^.................i — .......... - _____ _________
___________
Deposits, due to banks---------------- ------------- -----------------------------------Dividends u n p a id _____________________________________
___________
Individual deposits subject t o check-----------------------------------------Savings deposits _____________________________________
__________ 1
Demand certificates o f deposit________________________
___________
Time certificates o f deposit___________________________
___________
Certified ch e c k s _______________________________________
___________
Cashier’ s checks ______________________________________
___________
S ta te,'cou n ty and m unicipal.deposits________________
___________
P osta l savings deposits_______________________________
— r ----------Other lia b ilitie s _________ , ____________________________
___________
T o ta l_________________________________________________




___ _____ —

$100,000 00
160,000 00
48,162 02

-----------------—............... .
-----------------___________
-----------------1,090,634 10
___________
28,133 48
___________
___________
20,000 00
-----------------458 40
$1,417,388 00

Combined

___________

150

REPORT

OP S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

OP B A N K S .

190, 190A, 190B, 190C AND 190D. “ GARDEN CITY BANK AND
TRUST COMPANY.” SAN JOSE.
Incorp orated June 26, 1893.
Officers—T. S. M ontgom ery, President; J. J. Miller, Vice-President; W . G. Alexander, Secretary and
Treasurer; C. J. Tripp, Assistant Cashier and T rust Officer; A. B. P o st, Cashier.
Directors—W . A . Beasley, T. S. M ontgom ery, W . G. Alexander, Chas. F. Crothers, M. E. Dailey,
Jno. D Crummey, John D. Kuster, L ouis Sonniksen, J. J. Miller, G. K. McDonald, A. B. P ost,
John F. Duncan, J. M. Parker, J. C. Ainsley, H . S. Hersman.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.

Resources—

Com m ercial

L oa n s and discounts____________________
O verdrafts ------------------------------- -------------B onds, w arrants and other securities—
Bank premises, furniture and fix tu re s ...
Safe d eposit vaults______________________
Other real estate owned_________________
Due from reserve banks_________________
Due from other hanks__________________
A ctual cash on hand_________ ___________
Exchanges fo r clearing house_________ __
Checks and oth r cash it m s-----------------Other resources _________________________

$1,761,470
45,888
8,864
23000

Savings

______
308,331
14,642
218$91
33,817
27,961
277,K G

8,000 00

...... .........

92
76,407 98
7,263 17
13 ___________ —........ .....
90
94,783 92 _________
59 ___________ _________
99 ___________ ______ . .
54
28,491 69
736 83

$2,752,125 12 $3,695,762 00

T otals

Court trusts Private trusts

Combined

42 $2,6:77,863 25 $50,000 00 _________ $4,469,333 67
13 ___________ _________ ___ . ____
45,888 13
50
504,315 16 _________
$50,000 00
563,179 66
00
325,900 00 _________ _________
350,900 00

$58,000 00

...
...
..
..
_.

8,000 00

392,008 07
14,642 13
343,775 82
33,817 59
27,961 99
306,385 06

$50,000 00 $6,555,887 12

Liabilities —
C apital stock paid in___________________
Surplus __________________________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and
taxes p a i d _____________________________
Other existing profits, collected, b u t n o t
in undivided profits account__________
Bills payable, including certificates o f
dep osit representing m oney borrow ed .
Notcs rediscounted _____________________
Deposits due to banks__________________
Dividends u n p a i d _______________________
Individual deposits subject J o check___
Savings d e p o s it s ________________________
Demand certificates o f deposit_________
Time certificates o f d p osit_____________
Certified checks _________________________
Cashier’ s c h e c k s ________________________
State, cou nty and municipal deposits—
P osta l savings deposits_________________
Other liabilities _________________________
Deposits received from executors, ad­
m inistrators, guardians, receivers, etc.
T ota ls

Trust Resources—

$230,000 00
270.000 00

20,752 37 ___________
_____ ___

___________

100.000 CO ___________
15,141 23
30,195 00
1,891,992 91
___________
19,516 15
___________
10,470 99
7,810 04
___________

_________

- ........ .....

1,500 00 ........ .........
_________

38,660 30 ________ :
___________ _________
________ ______________
3,089,927 98 _________
_____ ______ —............88,173 72 _________
___________ _________
___________ _________
145,000 00 _________

153,247 33 _______ ___

_________
__________
_________
_________
_________
__________
_________
_________
_________
_________

$430,000 00
'504,000 00
20,752 37
1,500 00
100,000 00

53,801
30,195
1,891,992
3,089,927
19,516
88,173
10,470
7,810
145,000

53
00
01
98
15
72
99
04
00

156,247 33

_________

........ ............

6,500 00

6,500 00

$2,752,125 12 $3,695,762 00

$58,000 00

$50,000 00 $6,555,887 12

.................

Court trusts

P ersonal
assets received
from
executors,
adm inistrators,
as­
signees, receivers o r trustees____
$222,540 79
Trust investments:
(a ) P ersonal property _________
7,234 80
(b) Real p r o p e r t y ______________
6,500 00
Due from banks___________________
22,359 46
Cash on hand_______ ___________ _
___________

T o ta l ............. ........ .........................

$100,000 00 $50,000 00 $50,000 00
234,000 00 .......................................

$258,635 05

Trust Liabilities—

court trusts
Personal
assets received
from
executors,
adm inistrators,
as­
signees, receivers o r trustees____
*$222,540 79
Trusts held In ca p a city o f execu­
tor, adm inistrator, guardian, as­
sign e, receiver o r trustee______ _
36,094 26
P rivate trusts, specially designated
and construed as cou rt trusts,
under s u p e rv is io n ____ _____ _____ ___________
T o ta l ...................... .........................

$258,635 05

P rivate trusts, n ot sp cialiy designated as cou rt trusts, are n b t under supervision o f State B anking
Department.
No t e .—The above statement includes the business o f branch offices at Santa Clara, S aratoga , Gilroy
and Campbell.




R E P O R T OF S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

192.

OF B A N K S .

151

TITLE INSURANCE AND TRUST COMPANY.
LOS ANGELES.
Incorporated December 22, 1893.

Officers—William H . Allen, Jr., President; O. F. Brant, Vice-President and M anager; H . W . O’Melveney,
Vice-President; M. S. Hellmani, Vice-President; L. J. Beynon, Vice-President; O. P . Clark, Secretary
and Treasurer; N. W . Thom pson; Assistant Manager; R. J. Blair, Assistant Secretary; James D.
Forw ard, Assistant Secretary; R. R; Thom pson; A ssistant Secretary; W . B. Brown, A ssistant
Secretary; John H . Coverley, Trust Officer; T h-odore A. Simpson, A ssistant T ru st Officer; E. L .
Farm er, A ssistant Secretary.
Directors—W illiam H . Allen, Jr., O. F. Brant, M. S. Heilman, O. P. Clark, H . W . O’Melveney,
W illiam H . Burnham,' W . M. Caswell, W . R. Staats, L. G. Beynon, H enry M. R obinson,
H arry O. Allen.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.

Resources—

Commercial

L oa n s and discounts____________________
O verdrafts ---------------------------------------------Bonds, w arrants and other securities—
Bank premises, furniture and fix tu re s ...
Safe deposit vaults______________________
Other real estate owned_________________
Due from reserve banks-------------------------Due from other banks-------------- ------------A ctual cash on hand____________________
Exchanges fo r clearing house-----------------Checks and oth r ca sh 'item s----------------Other resources _________________________
Advances t o court trusts------------------------

Savings

Court trusts Private trusts

___________ ___________ $399,885 30 $48,000 00
------------------ ----------------------------------- ----------------- 332,142 50 52,000 00
----------------- -----------------___________ ___________
___________ ■
----------------10,656 56 _________
----------------- ----------------- 119,244 90 _________
----------- ---------- ---------------11,100 00 ___________
___________ ___________
17 50 _________
----------------- --------------------------- ------- -----------------3,707 13 _________
___________ ___________
30,549 86 _________
------------------ -----------------

Totals

Combined

$447,885 30
384,142 50

10,656 56
119,244 90
11,100 00

17 50
3,707 13
30,549 86

.. $937,308 75 $100,000 00 $1,007,308 75

Liabilities—
Capital stock paid in-------------- -----------------------------S u r p lu s ____ ___________ _____ ____________
___________
Undivided profits, less expenses and
taxes p a i d __________________ __________
___________
Other existing profits, collected, b u t n ot
___________
in undivided profits account__________
Bills payable, including certificates o t
d eposit representing m oney borrow ed- ___________
Notes rediscounted1 _____________________ ___ 1______
Deposits due t o banks__________________ ___________
Dividends unpaid _________ _____________
___________
Individual deposits subject t o check___ ___________
Savings d e p o s it s _______________ :------------- -----------------Demand certificates o f deposit_________ ___________
Time certificates o f d p osit--------------------- -----------------Certified c h e c k s _________________________ ___________
Cashier’ s c h e c k s ________________________ ___________
State, county and municipal deposits—. -------------- —
P osta l Savings deposits— *_____________ _____________
Other lia b ilitie s ------------- ------- ------------------ ----------------Deposits received from executors, ad­
___________
m inistrators, guardians, receivers, etc.
Advances to court trusts------------------------ -----------------T otals ________ ___________ ________ -

Trust Resources—

___________

Court trusts

Personal
assets
received
from
executors,
adm inistrators,
as­
signees, r ceivers o r trustees____ _______ ____
’Trust investments:
(a ) Personal p r o p e r t y __________ $7,710,084 52
(b ) Real p r o p e r t y ______ _____ _ 2,108,185 12
Due from banks_____ ______________
566,164 20
Cash on hand—...................... ..............
3,140 25

T o ta l ........ ...................................... $10,387,524 09


P rivate trusts, n o t specially
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Department.
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

—.................$100,000 00 $100,000 00
___________ 400,000 00 _________

$200,000 00

400,000 00

___________

319,712 81 _________

319,712 81

___________

62,-500 94 _________

62,590 94

___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
-----------------___________
-----------------___________
__________ _
-----------------___________
-----------------

_________
_________
_________
_________
_________
--------------_________
--------------_________
_________
--------------_________
---------------

_______ —
_________
_________
_________
_________
--------------_________
--------------_________
_________
--------------____ _____
---------------

___________
-----------------

_________ _________
25,000 00 ---------------

25,000 00

___________ $907,308 75 $100,000 00 $1,007,303 75

Trust Liabilities—

court trusts
Personal
assets received
from
executors,
adm inistrators,
as­
signees receivers o r trustees____ ______ _____
Trusts held in capacity o f execu­
to r, adm inistrator, guardian, as­
signees, receivers o r trustees1
____ $5,363,276 49
Private trusts, specially designated
and construed as court trusts,
under supervision ........ ...............
5,024,247 60
T ota l ................................. .............$10,387,524 09

designated as cou rt trusts, are n ot under supervision o f State Banking

152

R E P O R T OP S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

197,

OF B A N K S .

UNION TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK OF PASADENA.
PASADENA.
Incorporated February 1, 1895.

Officers—H. I. Stuart, President; C. H . Hall, Vice-President and Trust Officer; John W . Baer, VicePresident; S. W ashburn, Vice-President; W . A . B am es, S cretary, Treasurer and Cashier^ H. P.
T h a y er,' Assistant Cashier, A ssistant Secretary and A ssistant Treasurer; R. T . Segner, A ssistant
Trust Officer; Frank C. B olt, Chairman o f B oard.
D irectors—H . I. Stuart, E. S. Gosney, Frank S. W allace, O. J. Hall, F rank C. B olt, S. W ashburn,
Ed. R Braley. Henry M. R obinson, Freeman A. F ord , W . A. Barnes, John Willis Baer.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.

and

Commercial
d i s c o u n t s ________________________

O verdrafts ---------------------------------------------B onds, w arrants and other securities—
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures—
Safe d eposit vaults______________________
Other real estate owned— - _____________
Due fro m reserve banks--------------------------Due from other banks__________________
A ctual cash on hand------------------------------Exchanges fo r clearing house___________
Checks and other cash items___________
Other resources _________________________
T otals

_____________

-----------------___________
___________
___________
___________
-----------------___________
-----------------___________
______ _____
___________
--------------

Savings

Court trusts Private trusts

$2,744,311 87 -------------1,452,732 95 $150,000 00

50,000 00

23,998 91 --------------

---------------

21,000 00

____________

205,370 72

___________

6,178 08 _________

78,861 23 --------------

__________

Combined

$00,000 00 $2,794,311 87
1,652,732 95
23,998
21,000

261,548
78,861*

272 68 _________

272

$4,576,275 71 $156,178 08 $100,000 00 $4,832,726

88 £

L oan3

5 I SB." I 8 !

Resources

$225,000 CO $100,000 00 $100,000 00
125,000 00 50,000 00 ............... .

Ca'pital stock paid in___________________
Surplus __________________________________
Undivided profits, lessi expenses and
taxes p a i d _____________________________
Other existing profits, collected, b u t n ot
in undivided profits account__________
l^ills payable, including certificates o f
deposit representing m oney borrow ed .
Notes rediscounted --------------------------------Deposits due t o banks__________________
Dividends! unpaid J______________________
Individual deposits subject t o check----Savings d e p o s it s ________________________
Demand certificates o f deposit--------------Time certificates o f d p osit--------------------Certified checks _________________________
Cashier’s checks ________________________
State, cou nty and municipal deposits—
P osta l siavings deposits--------------------------Other liabilities _________________________
Deposits received from executors, ad­
m inistrators, guardians, receivers, etc.
T ota ls

Trust Resources—

$1,327,151 44

4,960 78 ___________

9,573 96 _________
29,750 00 _________

56,286 43

________
_________

9,573 96
29,750 00

3,530,149 38 ____ ____

_________

3,530,149 38

492,672 93 _________

_________

492,672 93

__________

__________

100,000 00

6,632 12 _________ _________
6,161 65
l,m 00 _________

6,632 12
7,661 65

100,000 00

----Court trusts

P ersonal
assets
received
from
executors,
adm inistrators,
as­
signees, receivers o r trustees------- -----------------T rust investments:
(a ) Personal p r o p e r t y __________ $1,112,256 21
(b) Real p r o p e r t y _______________
149,240 65
Due fro m banks-----------------------------65,654 58
Cash on hand----------------------- --------- ------------------

T o ta l __________________________

51,335 67

$425,000
175,000

8 8

Liabilities—

$4,576,275 71 $156,178 08 $100,000 00 $4,832,726 47

Trust Liabilities—

Court trusts
Personal
assets
received
fro m
executors,
adm inistrators,
as­
signees, receivers o r trustees____ ___________
Tru sts held in ca p a city o f execu­
tor, adm inistrator, guardian, as­
signee, receiver o r trustee_______ $1,327,151 44
P riv ate trusts, specially designated
and construed as cou rt trusts,
under supervision ............. - ____ _ ___________
T o ta l ----------------------------------------

$1,327,151 44

P rivate trusts, n o t specially designated as cou rt trusts* are n o t under supervision o f State B anking
Departm ent.




R E PO R T OF S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

OF B A N K S .

153

198 AND 198A. BANK OF SANTA MONICA.
SANTA MONICA.
Incorporated A pril 14, 1893.
Officers—H . M. Gorham, President; H. J. Engelbrecht, Vice-President, Treasurer and Cashier;
H. E. H udson, Secretary and Assistant Cashier; C. H. Power, Assistant Cashier; B. M. Power,
Assistant Cashier.
Directors—A. P. W illiamson, H. M. Gorham , N. H . H ailton, A. M. C haffey, H . J. Engelbrecht,
H a rry H udson, John S. H unt.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.’

Resources—
Loans and d iscou n ts...........................................
Overdrafts ......... - .......... — ........ .......................
B onds, warrants and other securities_______
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures_______
Safe deposit vaults---------------------------------------Other real estate owned_____________________
Due from reserve banks_____________________
Due from other banks_______________________
A ctual cash on hand________________________
Exchanges fo r clearing house______ ______ —
Checks and other cash items________________
Other res ou rces _____________________________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)______________
N otes, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (limited).
T ota ls________________________________________________

Commercial

$533,558
1,097
75,514
13,000

05
31
81
00

225,706
4,636
122,115
6,038
6,144
46,892

14
36
34
14
11
26

Savings
$503,977 91
159,387 50-

13,540
97,034
15,573
29,439
5,025

00
91
31
83
85

Combined
$1,067,535 96
1,097 31
234,902 31
13,000 00
13,540
322,741
20,209
151,555
11,063
6,144
46,892

00
05
67
17
99
11
26

$1,034,702 52

$823,979 31

$1,858,681 83

75,000 00
20,000 00
11,108 99

35,000 00
37,000 00

110,000 00
57,000 00
11,108 99

Liabilities—
Capital stock paid in_________________________________
Surplus — ..........- ............- .............................. .......................
Undivided profits, less expeiises and taxes p a id _____
Other existing profits collected, but n ot in undivided
profits account _____________________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )------------- ------------- --------------Notes rediscounted ___________________________________
Deposits, due to banks________________________________
Dividends u n p a id _____________________________________
Individual deposits subject t o check__________________
Savings d e p o s it s ________________________________ ______
Demand certificates o f deposit________________________
Tim e certificates o f deposit___________________________
Certified ch e ck s _______________________________________
Cashier’s checks ______________________________________
State, cou n ty and municipal deposits________________
P osta l savings deposits-----------------------------------------------Other lia b ilitie s ........................................... .........................Totals.

3,300 00
823,126 11
751,979 31
53,818 87

53,818 87

11,019 59

11,019 59

3,758 36
33,570 60

3,758 36
33,570 60

$1,034,702 52

$823,979 31

N o t e .— The above statem ent includes the business o f a branch office at Sawtelle.




3,300 00
823,126 11
751,979 31

$1,858,681 83

154

R E P O R T OP S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

200.

OP B A N K S .

TITLE GUARANTEE AND TRUST COMPANY.
LOS ANGELES.
Incorp orated O ctober 28, 1896.

Officers—I.. C. Brand, President; E. W . Sargent, Vice-President; D. M cP ak, Vice-President; A . F.
M orlan, Secretary, Treasurer and M anager; A . R. Killgore, A ssistant Secretary and Trust Officer.
Directors—A. F . Morlan, E. W . Sargent, J. B. B rokaw, W . H. H olliday, Irving H. Heilman, M arco H.
Heilman, L. C. Brand, John T. Cooper, Daniel McPeak, Jam es E dm ondson, W . J. Doran.
S ta t e m e n t o f J u n e 30, 1919.
Commercial

R esou rces

L oa n s and discounts------------- ----------------O verdrafts ---------------------------------------------B onds, w arrants and other securities—
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures—
Safe d eposit vaults______________________
Other real estate owned_________________
Due fro m reserve banks-------------------------Due from other banks__________________
A ctual cash on hand____ _____ __________
Exchanges fo r clearing house___________
Checks and oth r cash it m s___________
Other resou rces._________________________
T ota ls ----------- ------------------------------------

Savings

---------------------------------------------------___________
__________—
___________
-----------------___________
___________
___________
___________
___________

------------------.
--------------------------------___________
___________
___________
-----------------____________
_______
___________
___________
________ —

Court trusts Private trusts

Combined

----------- —

------------------ $130,000 00 $150,000 00

$300,000 C
O

___________
------------------

___________ $125,000 00 $125,000 00
-----------------25,000 00
25,000 00

$250,000 00
50,000 C
O

___________

___________

------ -------- $116,200 00
$116,200 00
— . ____ ________ 1 ___________
$123,000 00 21,000 00
144,000 00
_________ _______ _______________
_________ _________ ___________
_________ _________ ___________
27,000 00 12,800 00
39,800 00
_________ _________ ___________
_________ _________ ___________
_________ _________ ___________
_________
_______
__________ _________ ______ •
_
____

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in___________________
S u r p lu s ___ —-------------------------------------------Undivided profits, lessi expenses and
Other existing profits, collected, b u t n ot
in undivided profits account__________
Bills payable, including certificates o f
d ep osit representing m oney borrow ed.
Notes r e d is co u n te d _____________________
Deposits due t o banks__________________
Dividends! unpaid _______________________
Individual deposits su b ject t o check-----Savings d e p o s it s ________________________
.Demand certificates o f deposit--------------fin -e certificates o f d p osit--------------------Certified c h e c k s _________________________
Cashier’s c h e c k s _____________________ _
State, cou nty and municipal d ep osits.—
P osta l siavings deposits--------------------------Other lia b ilitie s _________________________
Deposits received fro m execulors, ad­
m inistrators, guardians, receivers, etc.
T o t a l s -----------------------------------------------

Trust Resources—

_________

___________

------------------

------------------

---------------

------------------

------------------

------------------ $150,000 00 $150,000 00

$300,000 00

Court trusts

P ersonal
assets
received
from
executors,
adm inistrators,
as­
signees, receivers o r trustees------- -----------------Trust investments:
(a ) Personal p r o p e r t y __________
$26,816 40
(b ) Real p r o p :r t y -------- --------------60,100 00
Due from banks______ (____________
19,160*97
Cash on hand_____________________
2C0 00

T o ta l ___________ ______ ________

_________

------------------ ------------------ -------------- --------------- -----------------___________ ___________ ______ —
_________
___________
______ ----------------------------- ------------— _________ ___________
___________ ___________ _________ _________ ___________
------------------ ------------------ --------------- --------------- -----------------___________ ___________ _________ _________ ___________
------------------ ------------------ ------------. . -------- . . . ...___________
------------------ ------------------ -------------- --------------- -------•
______
___________ ___________ _____ ____ ___________ ___________
___________ ___________ _______ — --------------- ---------------------------------- ------------------------- ---------- --------------- ------- 1_____
----------------- ------------- ------------- —___ ____________ ___________
„ -------- ------- ------------------ --------------- ------------- : ____________

$106,277 37

---------------

Trust Inabilities

Court trusts

Personal
assets
received
from
executors,
adm inistrators,
as­
signees, receivers o r trustees____ ___________
Trusts held in ca p a city o f execu­
tor, adm inistrator, guardian, as­
signee, receiver o r trustee—______
$106,277 37
Private trusts, specially designated
and construed as cou rt trusts,
under supervision _______________ ^______ ____
T o ta l ----------------------------------------

$106,277 37

P rivate trusts, n ot specially designated as cou rt trusts, are n o t under supervision o f State Banking
Department.




R E PO R T

OP S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

202, 202A, 202B, 202C.

155

OP B A N K S .

BANK OF AMADOR COUNTY.
JACKSON.

Incorporated N ovember 23, 1896.
Officers—J. Chichizola, President; A. Ginocchio, Vice-President; C. R. Downs, Vice-President;
O. L. Culbert, Secretary, Treasurer, M anager and Cashier; C. Gillis, A ssistant Cashier;
S. J. Bonneau, Assistant Cashier; T. A. H edgpeth, A ssistant Cashier.
Directors—J. Chichizola, A. Ginocchio, O. L. Culbert, G. E. Allen, C. R. Downs, J. B. Grillo,
W . E. Detert, W . J. McGee, V. J. Brignole.
S ta t e m e n t o f J u n e 30, 1919.

Resources—
'L oan s and discounts-------------- . . ____ . . . _____
Overdrafts . .
___________ _______ _______________
B onds, warrants and other securities.. . . . _______
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures ................. ..........
Safe deposit vaults . .
.
........... ..................... ...........
Other real estate owned----- . . . . . . . . . . ______ _______
____ _
Due from reserve b a n k s ______ - ____________
Due from other banks------------- ----------- --------- -------A ctual cash on hand......................... ...............................
Exchanges fo r clearing h o u s e ______ _____ _
Checks and other cash i t e m s . . _________ . . _______
Other resources _
. . . . . . . . ___ . . .
_______
Bankers’ acceptances (limited) . . .
_______ ________
Notes, drafts, o r b ills o f exchange (lim ited)_________
T ota ls_____ ___________

_____ _________ __________

Commercial
$446,880 61
8,409 92
232,559 10
2 00

Savings
$486,755 45

63,818~42

48,300 90

112,119 32

68,294 13

25,170 96

93,465 09

461,784 80

9,260 87
2,568 04
....................

Combined
$933,636 06
8,409 92
694,343 90
2 00

9,260 87
2,568 04
—

$831,793^ 09

$1,022,012 11

$1,853,805 20

Capital stock paid in . . . . . . . ____ _______ _
... .
Surplus ________ ___ _________ ___ ___________ . . .
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid______
Other existing profits collected, out n ot in undivided
profits account - --- - ___ _____
_____________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b o n o w e d ) .............................. I ---------Notes re d is co u n te d ___________________
Deposits, due to banks_______ . _______
Dividends u n p a id -------------- ----------------Individual deposits subject to ch eck.._
Savings d e p o s its ____ , ____________ ___
Demand certificates o f deposit________
Time certificates o f deposit----------------Certified checks _______________________
Cashier’s checks ______________________
State, cou nty and municipal deposits.
P osta l savings deposits_______________
Other liabilities _______________________

$80,000 00
10,000 00
3,038 39

$45,000 00
50,000 00
9,025 48

$125,000 00
60,000'00
12,063 87

3,583 76

673 53

4,257 29

T ota ls_________________________ _____ _____ ______ — -

$831,793 09

Liabilities—

N o t e .— The

17,539 26
3,185 00
601,997 06
5,773 38
61,268 98

17,509 26
3,185 00
601,997 06
917,313 10
5,77& 38
61,268 98

25,000 00
20,407 90
29 36

25,000 00
20,407 90
29 36

917,313 10

$1,022,012 11

$1,853,805 20

above statement includes the business o f branch offices at Sutter Creek, A m ador
C ity and Plym outh.




156

REPORT

OF S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

203 AND 203A.

OF B A N K S .

UNION SAFE DEPOSIT BANK.
STOCKTON.
Incorporated April 21, 1897.

Officers—E. C. Stewart, President, Treasurer and Cashier; J. A. Plummer, Vice-President;
E. E. Cramer, Secretary; J. J. Priestley, in charge L oek eford Branch.
Directors—W . E. Sinclair, J. A. Merz, G. F. H udson, Forrest F o o te , Albert M allett, E. E. Cramer,
E. C. Stewart, J. L. B lossom , J ohn W . M oore, J. A. Plum m er, O tto V on Detten.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.

Resources—
L oans and discounts_________________ ______
O v e r d r a ft s __________________________________
B onds, warrants and other securities______
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures______
Safe deposit vaults---------------------------------------Other real estate owned_____________________
Due from reserve banks_____________________
Due from other banks______________________
A ctual cash on hand— ______ ______________
Exchanges fo r clearing housa_______________
Checks and other cash items------------------------Other resou rces____________________________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited ).............. ..........
N otes, drafts, or bills o f exchange (limited).

Commercial

$436,109 35
110,711 90
1,750 00

Savings
$593,472 62

Combined

$1,029,581 97

65,364 45

176,076 35
1,750 00

2,400 00
43,123 48

7,750 00

10,150 00
43,123 48

55,877 64
31,115 31
560 00

31,228 68

87,106 32
31,115 31
560 00

$692,647 68

$697,815 75

$1,390,463 43

C apital stock paid in------------------- ------------------------------$100,000 00
Surplus ...............— —........................................... - ........., ................... ..........
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes p a id______
13,839 34
Other existing profits collected, but n ot in undivided
profits a c c o u n t _____________________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )----------------------------------------------------------Notes rediscounted ___________________________________
___________
Deposits, due to banks________________________________
___________
Dividends u n p a id _____________________________________
3 00
Individual deposits subject to check--------------------------490,786 75
Savings d e p o s its ______________________________________
___________
Demand certificates o f d eposit________________________
5,723 38
Tim e certificates o f deposit_____ v
_____________________
___________
Certified ch e ck s _______________________________________
3,806 39
Cashier’s ch e e k s _______________
988 82
State, county and municipal deposits------------------------77,500 00
P osta l savings,deposits----------------------------------------------------------------Other lia b ilities_______________________ _______________
___________

$55,000 00
17,500 00
9,394 82

$155,000 00
17,500 00
23,234 16

$692,647 68

$697,815 75

T otals.

11,000 00

11,000 00

Liabilities—

T otals.

615,720 93
200 00

N o t e .— T h e a b o v e s t a t e m e n t in c lu d e s t h e b u s in e s s o f a b r a n c h o f fi c e a t L o e k e f o r d .




3
490,786
615,720
5,723
200
3,806
988
77,500

00
75
93
38
00
39
82
00

$1,390,463 43

R E PO R T

206.

OP S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

157

OP B A N K S .

TUOLUMNE COUNTY BANK.
SONORA.
Incorporated M ay 12, 1898.

Officers—George W . Johnson, President: J. B. Curtin, Vice-President; Charles H . Segerstrom,
Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; W . E. Burden, A ssistant Cashier; George A. Griffin,
Assistant Cashier.
Directors—George W . Johnson, J. B. Curtin, John R ag gio, E. L. Rehm, Geo. M undorf, Garnet T.
B arron, Saul Morris, J. E. Baer, B. Meyer, J. G on d olto, W . J. L oring, O. E. Shafer,
T. P. McGovern.
Statem ent of June 30, 1919.

Resources
Loans and discounts-------------- ---------------------- --------------O v e r d r a fts ----- ------------------------------------------------------------B onds, warrants and other securities........ .......... ..........
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures________________
Safe deposit vaults-------------------------------------------------------Other real estate owned_____ . ________ _______ ____ _
Due from reserve banks----------------------------------- -----------Due from oth er banks____________________ ____________
A ctual cash on hand__________________________________
Exchanges fo r clearing house--------------------------------------■Checks and other cash items_______________________ , . .
Other res ou rces ____________________ ____________ _____
Bankers’ acceptances .(lim ited)------------------------------------Notes, drafts, or bills o f exchange (lim ited)__________
T o ta l_____________________ _____________ ________ ____

Commercial

Savings

----------------$443,706 02
------------------------- --------.................. .
115,750 00
___________
___________
----- ---------------------------- -----___________
___________
----------------76,523 38
^ . . ........ .......
18,000 00
___________
21,645 12
----------------------------------___________
___________
___________
___________
...■________
___________
___________
___________

$675,624 52

----------------___________
___________

$75,000-00
22,500 00
1,422 74

----------------------------------___________
___________
___________
----------------_______ ____
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________

----------------------------------___________
3,750 00
___________
535,411 78
______ 1____
40 00
___________
___________
37,500 00
___________
_______ »

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in--------------------------------------------------Surplus ----------------------- V----------,________ ________ _____
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid______
Other existing profits collected, but n ot in undivided
profits account _____________________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )-----------------------------------------Notes rediscounted ---------------------------------------------------- Deposits, due to banks________________________________
Dividends u n p a id _____________________________________
Individual deposits subject to check__________________
Savings d e p o s it s ------------------------------------- ------- ------------Demand certificates o f d eposit______________________ _
Time certificates o f deposit___________________________
Certified checks
_____________________________________
Cashier’s checks ______________________________________
State, cou nty and municipal deposits________________
P osta l savings deposits__________ 1___________________
Other lia b ilitie s _______________________________________
T o ta l________________ ______ - ........ ............. . . „ ________




_________

$675,624 52

Combined
....................
----------------___________
___________
----------------_______ ___
___________
___________
___________
----------------___________
___________
___________

158

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207.

OP B A N K S .

MARIN COUNTY SAVINGS BANK.
SAN RAFAEL.
Incorporated January 30, 1899.

Officers—S. H . Cheda, President; Fred W . Dickson, Vice-President; Geo. A. Cheda, Secretary,Treasurer and Cashier.
Directors—S. H . Cheda, P. H . Cochrane, Geo. A. Cheda, H . L. Smith, Pred W . Dickson.

S tatem e n t of Jiine 30, 1919.

Resources

Commercial

Savings
$653,921 43

L oa n s and discounts-------------- -------------------------------------O v e r d r a ft s ________________________ —___________ ______
B onds, warrants and other securities________________
B ank premises, furniture and fixtures________________
Safe deposit vaults-------------- ---------- -----------------------------Other real estate owned................. - __________ ________ _
Due from reserve banks_______________________________
Due from other banks_________________________________
A ctual cash on hand---------------------------------------------------Exchanges fo r clearing house__________ i _____________
Checks and other cash items----------------- ---------------------.O th er res ou rces _______________________________________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)___ ____ _______________
Notes, drafts, or bills o f exchange (lim ited)_________

-------- ----_______
___________
___________
-----------------___________
___________
___________
----------------___________
----------------___________
— ________
___________

T o t a l . . . ____ ________ _____________________ ______ ____

___________

'$1,058,964 88

___________
___________
___________

$50,000 00
50,000 00
957 16

185,256 26
3,800 00

..
..

2,200 00

..

40,825
74,299
31,683
17,555

10
50
72
75

10 62
49,412 50

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in________ _____ _______ ____ _____
Surplus — ____________________________________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid______

Other existing profits collected, but not in undivided
profits account _____________________________________
_r____ ____
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre^ senting m oney b orrow ed )----------- -------- -------------------------------------Notes rediseounted ___________________________________
___________
Deposits, due to banks________________________________
___________
Dividends u n p a id ------------------------- -------------------------------, -----------------Individual deposits subject to check-------------------------------------------Savings d e p o s its ______________________________________
___________
Demand certificates o f deposit------------------------------------------------ . . .
Tim e certificates o f d eposit___________________________
___________
Certified ch e ck s _______________________________________
___________
C achier’s c h e c k s --------------------- -------------- -------------------------------------State, county and municipal deposits______________ —
-----------------P osta l savings deposits_______________________________
___________
Other lia b ilities_____________________________ _____________ __________
T otal.




Combined
___________

___________
— ^ ---------— ________
___________
---------------- -----------------933,007 72
-------------___________
___________
-----------------25,000 00
___________
—
---------------$1,058,964 88

..
..

REPORT

OF

S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

159

OF B A N K S.

212 AND 212A. BANK OF TOMALES.
TOMALES.
Incorporated March 12, J900.
Officers—B. B. Hinshaw, President; Ed. Bean, Vice-President; P aul G. Sholz, Secretary, Treasurer
and Cashier; W alter O aporgno, A ssistant Cashier; Ed. B. Bean, Assistant Cashier.
Directors—David Bordessa; B. B. Hinshaw, Edwin Bean, John Cerini, L. C. Guldayer, Jam es
McClure, Quinto Cardoni.
S ta t e m e n t o f J u n e 30, 1919.

Resources—
L oa n s and discounts--------------------------------------------------O verdrafts
___________________ _____________________
Bonds, w arrants and other securities_______________
Bank premises, furniture and! fixtures___________ ___
S afe deposit vaults-----------------------------------------------------Other real estate owned_______________________ ______
Due fro m reserve banks______________________________
Due from other banks_______________________________
A ctual cash on hand_________________________________
Exehang s fo r clearing house______________ ___ _____ _
Checks and other cash item s_________________________
Other resources _____________ ________________________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)_______________________
Notes, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)_______
T ota ls _____________________ ________________________

Commercial
$185,723 48
10 13
55,028 12

Savings
$356,174 75

31,581 54

3,000 00
54,174 77

Combined
$541,898 23
19 13
196,678 54
7,300 00
850 00
3,000 00
85,756 31

15,851 63

12,315 13

28,166 66

141,650 42
7,300 00

850 00

3,262 42
11 00

3,262 42
11 00
20,000 00

20,000 00

$292,327 22

$504,615 07

$886,942 29

$40,000 00
3,500 00
1,729 08

$60,000 00
3,500 00
1,729 08

$100,000 00
$7,000 00
3,458 16

246,960 51
.... ................

___________
463,963 49

246.962 51
463.963 49

___________

7,422 50

7,422 50

________ _

58,000 00

58,000 06

Liabilities—
^Capital stock paid, in_________________________________
S u r p lu s_____________________ ____- ____ —------------------Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid___ 1_
Other existing profits collected, b ut n o t in undivided
profits a c c o u n t ____ _________________________________
Bills payable (including certificates! o f d eposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )_______________ __________
Notes rediscounted1 ——______________________________
Deposits* due to banks_______________________________
Dividends u n p a i d ____________________________________
Individual deposits subject t o check---------------, --------Savings d e p o s i t s _________ i ------------------------------- --------Demand certificates o f deposit___ _______ ___________
Tim e certificates o f d p osit___________________________
Certified cheeks ______________________________________
Cashier’s c h e c k s ________________________________ ____ State, cou nty and municipal deposits_____________ _—
P osta l savings deposits---------------- -----------------------------Other liabilities __________ 1---------- -----------------------------T ota ls ______________ _______ _____ _________ _______

135 63
$282,327 22

-

______ v
$504,615 07

No t e .—T he abov e statem ent includes the busin ss o f a branch office a t P oint Reyes.

11-48942




135 63
$886,942 29

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213.

OP

S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

OP

BAN KS.

“ DEL NORTE COUNTY BANK.”
CRESCENT CITY.
Incorporated March 16, 1900.

Officers—J a cob Marhoffer, President; J. B. Endert, Vice-President; Fred Frantz, Secretary and
Cashier; E. C. C adra, Treasurer.
^
Directors—J acob Marhoffer, E'. C. Cadra, T. B. Cutler, H enry E. W estbrook, J. B. Endert.
S ta t e m e n t o f J u n e 30, 1919.

L oa n s and discounts..,_______ ________________________
O verdrafts _______________ , ................. - ..... .......... ............
B onds, warrants and other securities.................... .......
B an k premises, furniture and fixtures_____________ _
S a fj d eposit vaults_________________________________ _
Other real estate owned______________________________
Due from reserve banks_____ _____ ___________________
Due from other banks____ ___________________________
A ctu a l cash on hand_________________________________
E xchanges fo r clearing house:________________________
Checks and other cash items_________ ______________
Other resources _________ ______________ _______ ______
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)-----------------------------------Notesi, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)_______
T o t a l s ----- -----------------------------------------------------------------

Commercial
$1512,601 26
257 22
179,468 45
5,500 00
1,300
72,940
2,870
23,572

00
48
61
65

Savings
$149,779 36
101,507 94

13,094 84

3,154 23
3,763 52

Combined
$302,340 61
257
280,966
5,500

8 8 8

Resources—

1,300
72,940
2,870
36,667

(X
)
48.
51
39

3,154 23
3,763 52

$445,378 22

$264,382 13

$709,760 35

$50,000 00
3,000 00
12,279 12

$21,800 00
9,500 00

$71,800 00
12,500 00
12,279 12

6,081 08

2,490 75

7,577 83

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid' in---------------------------------------—. — _

Surplus ------------------------- --------------------------------------Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid______
Other existing profits collected, b u t n o t in undivided
profits account ...---------------— --------------------------------Bills p ayable (including certificates o f d ep osit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )__________________________
N otes re d is c o u n t e d ___ _______________________ —•
-----_
Deposits, dde to banks_______________________________
Dividends u n p a i d ---------------------- -------------------------------Individual deposits subject t o check-------- ---------------S avings deposits ---------------------------------------- -------------Demand certificates o f deposit----------- ---------------------Tim e certificates o f deposit---------------------- ---------------Certified c h e c k s ___ „ _________________________________
Cashier’s c h e c k s _____________________ _____ ^
---------------State, cou n ty and m unicipal deposits!-------- ---------------P osta l savings deposits__ - --------------- ------------------------Other liabilities ______________________________________
T o ta ls




260,347 38
230,586 38
2,754 90
88,829 80

39
38
90
80

2,518 69
7,550 78
13,007 47

2,518 69
7,559 78
13,007 47

$445,378 22

260,347
230,585
2,754
88,829

$264,382 13

$709,760 35

REPORT

214.

OF

S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

161

OF B A N K S.

“ CALAVERAS COUNTY BANK.”
ANGELS CAMP.
Incorporated April 3, 1900.

Officers—John R aggio, President; M. H . Manuel, Vice-President; D. Muscio, Secretary, Treasurer
and Cashier; O. H . W ood , A ssistant Cashier and A ssistant Secretary.
Directors—John R aggio, RichanJ R ag gio, Joseph R ag gio, John P. L agom arsin o, Dante Muscio,
C. H . W ood , M. H. Manuel, P. F. Pache, O. J. T iscom ia.
S ta t e m e n t o f J u n e 30, 1919.

Resources—
L oa n s and discounts_________ _____ __________________
O verdrafts ________ ____ —........ ........ —_______________
B onds; w arrants and other securities_______ ________
B ank premises, furniture and fixtures______________
S afe deposit vaults_____________ 1___________________
Other r .a l estate owned!_______ _____________________
Due from reserve banks___ __________________________
Due from other banks:_______________________________
A ctual ca s h -o n hand_________________________________
Exchanges fo r clearing house------------------------------------Checks and oth er cash items_________________________
Other r e s o u r c e s __ _____ __________________ - ______ ,____
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)-----------------------------------Notes; d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)----------T ota ls

Commercial
$116,064 76
488 47
149,381 90

Savings,
$430,719 47
94,866 25
9,000 00
1,500 00

Combined
$546,784 23
488 47
244,238 21
9,000 00
1,500 00

102,702 81

24,288 04

126,991 35

27,688 30

14,887 60

42,575 80

366 80
9,969 92

358 80
9,966 92

$406,652 02

$575,251 76

$981,903 78

$65,000 00
__________
13,642 39

$35,000 00
18,000 00
___________

$100,000 00
18,500 00
13,642 39

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in----- -------------------------- .---------------Undivided profits; less expenses and’ taxes paid-------Other existing profits collected, b ut n o t in undivided
profits account ___________________ _________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f d eposit repre­
senting m oney borrow ed)— ........ .................................
Notesi re d is co u n te d ___________________________________
Deposits, due t o ban k s----------- ----------------------------------Dividends u n p a i d ____________ J
--------------------------- -------Individual deposits subject t o check___ ____________
Savings d e p o s i t s _____________ ^---------------------------------Demand certificates o f deposit_____ _________ ________
Tim e certificates o f deposit---------------------------------------O rtifled c h e c k s _______________________________ , _____
_
Cashier’s checks _____________________________________
State, cou n ty and municipal deposits----------------------P osta l savings deposits-------------- -----------------------------Other liabilities ________________________________ _ ___
T o t a ls




2,500 00
231,888 55
521,750 84
193 06

2,500
231,888
521,750
193

00
55
84
05

20,000 00

20,000 00

3,490
51,268
12,114
6,049

3,490
51,268
12,114
6,550

00
33
98
72

92

$406,652 02

$570,251 76

00
33
98
64

$981,903 78

162

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216.

OP

S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

OP

BAN KS.

“ TRINITY COUNTY BANK.”
WEAVERVILLE.
Incorporated September 13, 1900.

Officers— C. H. Edwards, President; Herbert Gray, Vice-President and Cashier; M. E. Gray,
Secretary and Treasurer.
Directors—C. H . Edwards, Herbert Gray, M. E . Gray.
S ta t e m e n t o f J u n e 30, 1919.

Resources—
L oa n s and discounts---------------------------------------------O verdrafts ___________________________________________
B onds, w arrants and other securities_______________
Bank premises, furniture and flxtures-I____________
S afe deposit vaults___________________________________
Other real estate owned______________________________
Due from r. serve banks— —_________________________
Due fro m other ban k s-_______________________________
A ctual cash on hand__________________ ____ _________
E xchanges fo r clearing house_________ _______________
Checks and other cash item s_________________________
Other resources —____________________________________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)_______________________
Notes, d ra fts, or bills o f exchange (lim ited)............-

Commercial
$80,113 91
4,704 52
55,107 59
2,583 10
3,572 83
24,400 53

Sayings
$10,288 11
' 3,000 00
3,500 00
5,000 00

$188,567 37

3,672 83
24,402 53

2,916 09

20,868 98

—

17,952 89

30 00

Combined
$90,402 02
4,704 52
58,197 69
6,083 10

30 00

—

$30,704 20

$219,261 67

$5,000 00

$25,000 00
0,250 00
4,090 05

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in_____________ ____ ______________
Surplus ..._____________________________________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes p a id _____
Other existing profits collected, b u t n ot in undivided
profits a c c o u n t _____________________________ ________
Bills pa ya b le (including certificates o f deposit-repre­
senting m oney b o rro w -d )__________________ ________
Notes rediscounted ___________________________ _______
Deposits, due to banks_____________ __________________
Dividends u n p a i d __________________ _______ _________
Individual deposits subject t o check—_________ ______

Savings deposits---------------------------------------------------Demand certificates o f dep osit—_____________________
Tim e certificates o f deposit__________________________
C e rtifld checks -_______________ _______________________
Cashier’s checks ---------------------------------------------------State, cou nty and municipal deposits-----------------------P osta l savings deposits----------------------------------------------Other lia b ilit ie s _______ ______________________________
T o ta ls




$20,000 00
6,250 00
4,605 79

___

84 28

445 94
150,973 T7
_________
5,132 09

445 94
___________
25,019 94
___________

1,149 27

$188,557 37

150,973 77
25,019 94
5,132 60

1,149 27

$30,704 20

$219,261 67

REPORT

OP

S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

163

OF B A N K S.

217 AND 217A. “ NEVADA COUNTY BANK.”
GRASS VALLEY.
Incorporated O ctober 12,1900.
Officers—G. J. R ector, President; W . H Martin, Vice-President; E. M. R ector, Treasurer and
M anager; W . D. Harris, Cashier; a . H. M ooser„ Assistant Cashier.
Directors—C. L. Muller,- W . H. Martin, G. J. R ector, L loyd P . Larue, A. L. Gill, A. H . MoQser,
E.
M. Rector.

S tatem ent of June 30, 1919.

Resources—

578,972 38
36,951 35

Combined
$771,794 08
863 21
688,943 95
48,408 93

98,503 08

2,096 78
63,113 22

2,096 78
161,616 30

35,895 12

35,314 17

71,209 29

660 30
50,683 25

35,125 00

660 30
85,808 25

$460,627 00

$1,370,774 09

$1,831,401 09

C apital stock paid in_____________________ _____ _____
Surplus -------------------------- --------------------------------------------Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid______
Other existing profits collected, but n ot in undivided
profits account ---------------------------------- ; --------------------Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )-----------------------------------------Notes rediscounted ___________________________________
Deposits, due to banks________________________________
Dividends u n p a id _____________________________________
Individual deposits subject to (heck--------------------------Savings d e p o s it s ----------------- ---------—----------------------------Demand certificates o f deposit_______________________
Tim e certificates o f deposit___________________________
Certified checks _________ __________ ____ ______________
Cashier’s checks ______________________________________
State, cou n ty and m unicipal deposits________________
P osta l savings deposits_______________________________
Other lia b ilitie s __________________ ______ _____________

$50,000 00
3,000 00
11,007 55

$ 100,000 00

$150,000 00
28,000 00
11,007 55

10,000 00

40,000 00
10,891 66

50,000 00
10,891 66

T ota ls_____________________ ______ __________ ________

$460,627 00

$1,370,774 09

$1,831,401 09

Loans and d iscou n ts..----------------------- -----------------------O v e r d r a ft s ----------- ----------- ------------------------------------------Bonds, warrants and other securities------------- ------- -----Bank premises, furniture and fixtures------------------------Safe deposit vaults-------------------- ---------- -----------------------Other real estate owned_______________________________
Due from reserve banks_______ _______________________
Due from other banks........................... .........................
A ctual cash ou h a n d ..----------------------------- ----------------—
Exchanges fo r clearing house_________________________
Cheeks and other cash items__________________________
Other res ou rces _________________________________ _____
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)_______ ________________
Notes, d ra fts, or bills o f exchange (lim ited)-------------Totals.

Commercial
$152,592 89
863 21
109,971 57
11,457 58

Savings
$619,201 19

Liabilities—
25,000 00

6,0 :0 00

6,000 00

355,183 43
1,194,882 43
13,849 24
10,683 00
903 78

N o te .—T he above statement includes the business o f a branch office at Nevada City.




355,183
1,194,882
13,849
10,683
903

43
43
24
00
78

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219.

OP

S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

OF

BANKS,

STATE BANK OF SAN PEDRO.
SAN PEDRO.
Incorporated January 7,-1901.

Officers—Edward Mahar, President; S. A ronson, Vice-President; A. G. Sepulveda, Secretary and
Treasurer; L on T. Johnson, Cashier, Assistant Secretary and A ssistant Treasurer.
Directors—E dw ard Mahar, L. M. Cole, Dr. R. W . Hill, A. G. Sepulveda, R. D. Sepulveda,
B enj. E. Page, S. A ronson.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.

Resources—
Loans and discounts---------------------------------------------------O v e r d r a ft s _____________________________________ ______
B onds, warrants and other securities________________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures__________ ______
Safe deposit vaults_______________ ____________________
Other real estate owned_______________________________
Due from reserve banks_____ _______ _________________
Due from other banks________________________________
A ctual cash on hand__________________________________
Exchanges fo r clearing house_________________________
Checks and other cash items_________________________
Other resources „ ........... ................... ........ ............ ..........
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)________________________
Notes, d ra fts, or bills o f exchange (lim ited)_________
Totals.

Commercial
$311,092 03
291 37
95,305 48
52,293 68
2,195 00
156,167 24
92,672
8,166
543
64

Savings
$557,143 03

27,000 00
890 00
2,658 23
58,752 68

Combined
$868,235
291
95,305
79,293
890
4?853
214,919

06
37
48
68
00
23
92

110,086
8,166
543
64

65
93
87
80

80
93
87
80

17,413 85

$718,793 20

$663,857 79

$1,382,650 99

$55,000 00
16,185 00
6,170 68

$55,000 00
5,615 00

$110,000 00
21,800 00
6,170 68

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in_________________________________
Surplus ___ ____ ______ ____ _______________ ______ ____
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid_____ _
Other existing profits collected, but n ot in undivided
profits account _____________________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )___________________________
Notes rediscounted ___________________________________
Deposits, due to banks_________ ^--------------------------------.Dividends u n p a id _____________________________________
Individual deposits subject to check--------------------------Savings d e p o s its ______________________________________
Demand certificates o f d ep ositl-----------------------------------Time certificates o f deposit___________________________
Certified ch e c k s ______________ _____ __________ _________
Cashier’s checks ______________________________________
State, cou n ty end municipal deposits________________
P osta l savings deposits-----------------------------------------------Other lia b ilities_______________________________________
Totals.




___________
___________
-----------------4,400 00
535,566 35
___________
-----------------61,151 00
6,951 93
8,135 38
25,089 61
-----------------143 25
.$718,793 20

_____________________ 4,40000
- ............. 535,566 35
581,203 79
581,203 79
21,898 00
83,049 00
____________________ 6,95193
____________________ 8,13538
25,08961
^__________
141 00

284 25

$663,857 79

$1,382,650 99

REPORT

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OF

S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

165

OF BA N K S.

COVINA VALLEY SAVINGS BANK.
COVINA.
Incorporated A pril l , 1901.

Officers—A . P. Kerchoff, President; W . M. Griswold, Vice-President; M. L eonhardt, Secretary,
Treasurer and .Cashier; R obert M. Philleo, Assistant Cashier, A ssistant Secretary and
Assistant Treasurer.
Directors—A. P. Kerchoff, W . M. Griswold, P. P. Baldosser, M. Leonhardt, H . M. Houser,
J. R. E lliott, Geo. E. Anderson.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.

Resources

Commercial

Loans and discounts_______________ ____ _____________
O v e rd ra fts ____________________________________________
Bohds, warrants and other securities________________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures._______________
Safe deposit vaults____________________________________
Other real estate owned_______________________________
Due from reserve banks— _____ ---------------------------------Due from other banks______________ _____ ____________
Actual cash on hand__________________________________
Exchanges fo r clearing house_________________________
Checks and other cash items__________________________
Other res ou rces _______________________________________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)________________________
Notes, d ra fts, or bills o f exchange (lim ited)_________

___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
-----------------___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
____ _______
___________

T o ta l_______________________ _____ ___________________

___________

Savings

Combined

$294,015 00
___________
115/426 00
___________
___________
___________
63,289 50
5,588 16
12,061 54
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________

___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
____ _______
___________
___________
_________ _
___________
___________

$490,446 80

___________

Liabilities—
Capital stock paid in_________________________________
___________
___________
Surplus ...... ........................... — .................... ................... —
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid--------------------------Other existing profits collected, but n o t in undivided
profits account __________________________________— _____________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney borrow ed)___________________________
___________
Notes red iscou n ted ___________________ _______________
___________
Deposits, due to banks---------------- ---------------------------- —
-----------------Dividends u n p a id _____________________________________
___________
Individual deposits subject to check----------- --------------- -----------------Savings d e p o s its _____________ _______ ________________
— ------------Demand certificates o f deposit_______________________
___________
Tim e certificates o f deposit___________________________
___________
Certified ch e c k s _______________________________________
___________
Cashier’s checks ______________ '----------------------------------------------------State, cou nty and municipal deposits________________
___________
P osta l savings deposits----------------------------------------- ----------------------Other liabilities —............................. ...................... ............ ___________
T otal.




$25,000 00
20,000 00
12,424 19

..
..

___________
___________
___________
-------- --------2,250 00
-----------------310,956 24
___________
59,816 31
___________
-----------------___________
-----------------_____ ’_____
$490,446 80

;

.

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221.

OP

S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

O P BAN KS.

FIRST BANK OF KERN.
BAKERSFIELD.
Incorporated April 3, 1901.

Officers—A rthur S. Crites, President; F. M. N oriega, Vice-President; L ouis V . Olcese, VicePresident; E. B. Duncan, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; E. C. O ’B oyie, Assistant Cashier
and A ssistant Secretary; P. E. E stribou, A ssistant Cashier.
r A rthur S. Crites, E. S. St. Clair,
,

1919.

Resources—
L oans and discounts_________________________
O v e r d r a ft s ___________________________________
B onds, warrants and other securities_______
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures_______
Safe deposit vaults___________________________
Other real estate owned______ _______________
Due from reserve banks______________________
Due from other b a n k s .--____________________
A ctual cash on hand_________________________
E xchanges fo r clearing house________________
Checks and other cash items_________________
Other res ou rces ______________________________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)_______________
Notes, drafts, or bills o f exchange (lim ited).

Commercial
$412,561 68
1,132 09
39,200 00

Combined

Savings
$309,565 79

$722,127
1,132
200,000
22,591

160,800 00
22,591 32

47
09
00'
32

300 00
199,742 55

60 90
13,090 97

360 90
212,833 52

31,999 36
7,970 80

15,185 38

47,184 74
7,970 80
134 95

134 95
‘ -------- —

—

$521,294 36

$1,214,335 79

C apital stock paid in_________________________________
$75,000 00
$25,000 00
S u rp lu s____ _____________________ _____________________
15,000 00
20,000 00
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid______
11,961 72 ___________
Other existing profits collected, but n o t in undivided
profits a c c o u n t _____________________________________
___________
3,066 03
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
___________
___________
senting m oney b orrow ed )___________________________
N otes rediscounted ___________________________________ _____________
___________
Deposits, due to banks________________________________
___________
___________
Dividends u n p a id _____________________________________
_______ '---------------------Individual deposits subject t o check_________________
584,677 40 „ -----------------Savings d e p o s its ____________________ _________________
___________
401,289 49
Demand certificates o f deposit------------------------------------778 82 -----------------Time certificates o f deposit___________________________
___________
25,620 16
Certified ch e ck s _________________________ _____ _______
710 65 -----------Cash’er’s checks —......................... — ------- --------------------3,130 46 -----------------State, cou n ty and m unicipal deposits________________
___________
40,000 00
P o s ta l savings deposits----------------------------------------------------------------6,318 68
Other lia b ilities_______________________________________
1,782 38 ------------------

$100,000 00

T o ta ls .

3,041 43

—

Liabilities—

T o t a ls .




$693,041 43

$521,294 36

35,000 00
11,961 72
3,066 03

584,677
401,289
778
25,620
710
3,130
40,000
6,318
1,782

40
49
82
16
65
46
00
68
38

$1,214,335 79

REPORT

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OP

S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

OF

167

BAN KS.

BANK OF ARBUCKLE.
ARBUGKLE.
Incorporated June 2ft, 1901.

Officers—George C. Mcckfess 1, President; O. B. M orrison, Vice-President; J. E. Cain, Secretary,
Treasurer and1 Cashier.
Directors—Geo. O. Meekfessel, C. B. M orrison, B . F. Green, J. E. Cain, Asa Kalfsbesk.

S tatem ent of June 30, 1919.

K C 0U O S
S T C ----■

Commercial

L oans and d iscou n ts.________________________________
$302,6210 66
O verdrafts ___________________ ________________________ r
248 88
Bonds’, w arrants and other securities:_______________
122,017 65
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures-----------------------13,000 00
___________
S afe deposit vaults— ____ ____ _____ _______________
Oth r real e s ta te'ow n ed ____ _________________________
___________
Due from reserve banks_________ __________ —— .____
129,031 61
Due from other banks_______ ________________________
1,094 25
32,827 36
A ctual cash o n hand—________________________ ._______
Exchanges fo r clearing h ou se.______________________
____ ____ —
Checks and other cash i t e m s . . ------------------------------24 56
Other resources ___________________________ >--------------600 00
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)_______________________
___________
Notes, drafts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ite d ).._____
___________
T o ta l ___________________________ ___________________

$601,464 87

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in__ !_____________________________
Surplus _______________________ ____ - _________________
Undivided' profits, less expenses and t a x 's paid1__ _
_
Other existing profits collected, b u t n ot in undivided
profits a c c o u n t _____ ___ , _________________ ^____ __
_
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney B orrow ed)----- ----------------------------------N otes rediscounted ---------------------------------------------------Deposits, due to banks_______________________________
Dividends unpaid —1---------- ----------- ---------------------------Individual deposits subject to cheek___ - ............... —
Savings deposits ,____________________________________
Demand certificates o f deposit___________ ____________
Tim e certificates' o f deposit_______________________ ...
Certified c h e c k s ________ ______________________ ______
Cashier’s checks ____________________________________•
_
State, cou n ty and municipal deposits!________ .■
______
P osta l savings deposits___________ _________________
Other liabilities _________________________________ -___
T ota l




$50,000 00
15,000 00
9,210 90
_________ —
---------------------------------___________
----------------294,168 10
___________
5,512 41
215,796 24
107 62
___________
___________
9,000 00
2,670 00
$601,464 87

Savings

Combined

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S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

OP

RAN KS.

“ VALLEY SAVINGS BANK.”
SANTA MARIA.
Incorporated A ugu st 31, 1901.

Officers—W . H . Rice, President; Joh n G. Prell, Vice-President; P aul O. Tietzen, Secretary;
T hos. B. Adam , Treasurer and Cashier.
Directors—W . H . Rice, Guy L. G oodw in, A. J. Sousa, Joh n G. Prell, Sr., P . O. Tietzen.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.

Resources—

Commercial

L oans and discounts-----------------------------------------------------

------------------

B onds, w arrants and other .securities-.----------------------.
B ank premises, furniture and fixtures—--------------------Safe deposit vaults-------- --------------------------------------------Other real estate owned----- ---------------------------------------Due fro m reserve banks_____________________________
Due from other b a n k s .__________________________ ____
A ctual ca s h -o n hand----------- --------------------------------------E xchanges fo r clearing house-----------------------------------Checks and other cash item s--------------------------------------Other r e s o u r c e s ___ _______________________ '___________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)_____ __________________
Notes, drafts, or bills o f exchange (lim ited)_________

----------------------------------------------------------.---------___________
___________
---------------------------------------------------___________
___________
___________

T o ta l _______________________________________________

Savings
$192,075 00

Combined
___________

105,777 S3

__________

11,200 00

____________

13,715 38

___________

9,i24 85

l__________

1,289 16

___________

$333,181 72

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in—_______________________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid--------Other existing profits collected, b u t n ot in undivided
profits account —__________________________________
Bills p ayable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )___________________________
N otes rediscounted —-------- ---------------------------------------Deposits1 due t o banks-----------------------------------------------,
Dividends unpaid ____________________________________
Individual deposits su b ject t o check-----------------------Savings deposits _____________________________________
Demand certificates o f deposit______________________
Tim e certificates o f deposit_________________________
Certified checks ----- ----------------- ------------------------------- Cashier’s c h e c k s ---------------- ----------------------------------------State, cou nty and m unicipal deposits____________
P osta l savings deposits—____________________________
Other liabilities ______________ _____ _________ ____ —T ota l




$25,000 00
35,000 00
4,480 75

15 00

___________
___________
___________

..

250,076 48

___________

6,103 49

-___________

12,500 00

___________

$333,181 72

REPORT

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OF

S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

OF

169

BAN KS.

CALIFORNIA STATE BANK OF SAN BERNARDINO,
SAN BERNARDINO.
Incorporated A ugust 2, 1901.

Officers—J. L. Oakey, President; H . H . H am , Vice-President; T . S. Reed, Secretary, Treasurer
and Cashier; John M. Oakey, A ssistant Cashier.
Directors—J. L. Oakey, H. H . H am , John M. Oakey, T . S'. Reed, Dr. J. N. Bayh's, Dr. W . H .
Stiles, G rover C ooley.

S tatem e n t of June 30,>1919.

Resources—

Commercial

-

L oans and discounts- j . . ----------O verdrafts _____________________________________
Bonds, w arrants and other securities_______________
B ank premises, furniture and flxtur s______ »________
S afe deposit vaults___________________________________
O ther real estate owned_____________________________
Due from reserve hanks____________________________ 1
Due from other banks_______ __________ ______________
A ctual cash on hand-------------- ------------------------------------Exchanges fo r clearing house_______________________
Checks and other cash items________________________
Other resources ______________________________________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)_______________________
Notes, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)_______
T o ta l

$236,968 VO
95 57
475,063 37
___________
6,090 00
1,598 70
60,089 76
1,555 46
36,289 68
___________
6,586 56
1,600 73
_____ _____
___________

— ............. - ......................................... ........... —

$825,913 53

C apital stock p a id in________________________________
S u r p lu s ___________________________ _________ ,__________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid_____
Other existing profits collected, b u t n ot in undivided
profits account
-------------------- -------------------------------M ils p ayable (including certificate® o f d eposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )— ........— ........ ............. .......
Notes rediscounted _____________________ ,._i_________
Deposits, due t o banks____________________ _________
Dividends unpaid _____________________________ _______
Individual deposits subject t o ch ck_____________ Savings d e p o s i t s _______ _________________________ ___
Demand certificate® o f deposit_________________ ______
Tim e certificates o f deposit___________________ ________ _
Certified c h e c k s _______ ______________________________ ,
Cashier’s checks _____________________________________
State, cou n ty and municipal deposits_______________
P osta l savings' deposits__ _ __________________________
Other lia b ilit ie s ----------------------------------------------------------

$100,000 00
14,000 00
10,911 63

Liabilities—

T ota l




-----------------20,000 00
___________
___________
3,072 00
414,908 98
___________
______ .____
203,291 22
31 50
3,021 77
00,000 00
4,200 75
2,475 68
$825,913 58

Savings

Combined

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OP

S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

OP

BAN KS.

FIRST TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK OF PASADENA.
PASADENA.
Incorp orated September 14, 1901.

Officers—W m . H . Vedder, Chairm an o f B oa rd ; J. C. Macdonnell, President; John
P resident; H . O. Hotaling-, Vice-President; H. A. D oty, Secretary and Treasurer;
A ssistant Secretary and A ssistant Treasurer; W . D. Lacey, T ru st Officer.
D irectors—W m . H . Vedder, Joh n M cDonald, A. K. McQuilling, J. P o st r Rhodes, P .
P . G. Cruiekshank, H a rry Gray* Don C. P orter, E. B. Blinn, H . C. H otaling, J. S.

McDonald, ViceGuy H. W ood ,
C. E. M attisonj
Macdonnell.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.

Resources—

Commercial
Savings
Court trusts Private trusts Combined
L oa n s and discounts____________________
___________ $2,220,862 18 _________ _________ $2,220,8C2 18
O verdrafts ---------------------------------------------- -----------------899,705 33 $119,135 00 $116, SCO 00 1,135,340 33
B onds, warrants and other securities—
-----------------B ank premises, furniture and fixtures—
-----------------S afe d ep osit vaults______________________ ___________
20.000 CO ________ _____________
Other real estate owned_________________ ___________
20,000 00
139,712 61 _________ _________
Due fro m reserve banks------------------------- ---------- -----------139,712 61
Due from other banks____________ _____
___________
5,253 24 ____ ________ ________
5,253 24
80,176 80 _________ _________
A ctu a l cash on hand____________________
___________
80,176 80
E xchanges fo r clearing house__. ________ ___________
Advances to court trusts------------------------ -------------—
--------------1.143 86 _________
1,143 86
Checks and oth r cash item s------------------ -----------------Other resources _________________________ — ...............
_________
1,219 80
1,659 69
2,879 49
N otes, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange
10.000 00
(limited) _______________________ _______ ___________
10,000 00

_____ _____

$3,375,710 16 $121,498 €6 $118,199 69 $3,615,368 51

T ota ls

Liabilities—
87,500 00

T o t a l s _______ _________ _____________

8,750 00

$400,000 00
105,000 00

152 74

11,248 66

8,320 84

19,722 24

1,088 85

1,088 85

__________

8,000 00

_____ _____

2,804,813 93 _________

_________

8 ,0 0 0 00

2,804,813 93

154,687 83 _________

__________

154,687 83

120,000 00

- .......................

120,000 00

655 66

— ...............

Trust Resources—

Court trusts
Personal
assets
received
from
executors,
adm inistrators,
as­
signees, receivers o r trustees____ ___________
T rust investments:
- (a ) P ersonal property __________
$760,416 56
<b) Real p r o p e r t y _______________
394,184 98
Due fro m banks___________________
102,835 61
Cash on hand______________________ ___________

T o ta l -------------------------- „.............

8,750 00

$ 200,000 0 0 $ 100,000 0 0 $ 100,000 00

C apital stock paid in........................ ..........
S u r p lu s ____ ______________________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and
taxes paid ____________________ _______
Other existing profits, collected, b u t n ot
in undivided profits account__________
Bills payable, including certificates o f
d ep osit representing m oney borroweetNotes r e d is co u n te d _____________________
Deposits due t o banks______ ____________
Dividends u n p a id _______________________
Individual deposits su b ject t o check____
S avings d e p o s it s ________________________
Demand certificates o f deposit_________
Tim e certificates o f deposit_____________
Certified c h e c k s _________________________
Cashier’s c h e c k s ________________________
State, cou n ty and m unicipal deposits—
P osta l savings deposits--------------------------Other lia b ilitie s _______ - _________ ^_____
Deposits received fro m executors, ad­
m inistrators, guardians, receivers, etc.

$1,257,437 15

______________

1,500 00 _________

2,055 66

$3,375,710 16 $121,498 66 $118,159 69 $3,615,368 51

Trust Liabilities—

Court trusts
Personal
assets
received
fro m
executors,
adm inistrators,
as­
signees, receivers o r trustees____
Trusts held in ca p a city o f execu­
tor, adm inistrator, guardian, as­
signee, receiver o r trustee_______ $1,257,437 15
Private trusts, specially designated
and construed as cou rt trusts,
under supervision — -----------------T o ta l

$1,257,437 15

Private trusts, not specially designated as court trusts, are not under supervision of State Banking
Department.




r e po r t

o p

227.

Su p e r i n t e n d e n t

o p

b a n k s

171

.

THE OLD BANK.
HANFORD.

Incorporated Novem ber 26, 1901.
Officers—F. R. H ight, President and Manager; P . McRae, Vice-President; J. J. HIght, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier; W . F. Kelley, Assistant Cashier.
Directors—P . McRae, P. R. H ight, Chas. Kreyenhagen, J os. Schnereger, Jas. J . H igh t, N. Weisbaum , A . A . Biddle.
Statem ent of June 30, 1919.

Resources—
L oans and discounts_________________________________
O verdrafts ____ ______________________________________
B onds, w arrants and oth er securities_____ __________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures_ - _________ __
_
S afe d p osit vaults_____________ ______________________
Other real estate owned-------------------- ------------------------Due from reserve hanks___ _____________________ .—
Due from other banks_____ —_______________________ _
A ctual cash o n hand_________________________________
Exchanges fo r clearing house_______________________
Checks and other cash items_______________ _________
Other r e s o u r c e s -------------------- ------------------------------------Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited ).---------------------------------Notes, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)-------- —
T o t a l ___

Commercial
$968,524 10
223 60
122,430 00
20,312 21
4,890 00
78,631 38
8,715 32
111,317 75
4,365 01
9,078 33

Savings

—

Combined

—

—
—

----------------

$1,268,453 67

—

$75,000 00
60,000 00
6,345 61

—

—

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in________________________________
Surplus —_____ ...---------------------------------------------------------Undivided profits, less expens s and taxes paid--------Other existing profits collected, b ut n o t in undivided
profits a c c o u n t ___________ _________________________
Bills p ayable (including certificates o f d eposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow d ) ___________________ _______
Notes re d is co u n te d __________________________ _________
Deposits, due t o banks-----------------------------------------------Dividends unpaid _________________________ ___________
Individual deposits subject to check----------- -------------Savings d e p o s i t s _____________________________________
Demand c rtiflcates o f deposit-----------------------------------Tim e certificates o f d eposit___________________ _______
Certified c h e c k s ___________________________ ______ ____
Cashier’s c h e c k s _______________________ 1------------------State, cou n ty and municipal deposits_______ _________
P osta l savings deposits—_____ . __________________ —
Other liabilities ---------------------------------------------------------T ota l




_. ___
_

—

100,000 00

—

20 00
799,973 83

—

67,587 13
140,116 64
2 97

—

19,467 99
—

$1,268,463 err

—

—

------------------------

______

--------------------------

—

-

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S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

OF

BAN KS.

228, 228A, 228B, 228G, 228D AND 228E. LOS ANGELES TRUST AND
SAVINGS BANK. LOS ANGELES.
Incorporated January 17, 1902.
Officers—J. C. Drake, President; M. H. Flint, Vice-President; H . W . O’Melveny, Vice-President; W . R.
H ervey, Vice-President; J ay Spence, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; Ralph Day, A ssistant Cashier:
C. F. Seidel, Assistant Cashier; J. M. R ugg, A ssistant Cashier; J. R. Henderson, Assistant
Cashier; H . R,. Krohn, M anager; W . N. Bucklin, Jr., A ssistant Secretary; 'B ruce H . Grigsby,
Secretary and T rust Officer; A . H . L wis, M anager; O. F . Forbes, A ssistant M anager; H . M.
O strom , A ssistant M anager; W illiam B. Stringfellow, A ssistant Secretary.
Directors—J. C. Drake, M. H. Flint, H. W . O’Melveny, John P . Burke, H. M. R obinson, Geo. I. C ockran,
J oh n S. Cravens, J. M. F llio tt, W . R. Staats, W . M. Garland, W . E. H am p ton, G odfrey
H olterh off, Jr., S toddard Jess, Lee A . Phillips, W . L. St wart, L. Lindsay, W m , H . Davis,
E . D. R oberts, Geo. S. Phillips, W . R. Hervey, J a y Spence.
Statem en t of June 30, 1919.

Resources—
L oa n s and discounts------------------------------O verdrafts ---------------------------------------------B onds, w arrants and other securities—
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures—
S afe d ep osit vaults---------------: ----- r---------Other real estate owned___ _____________
Due from reserve banks--------------------------Due from other banks---------------------------A ctual cash on hand------------------------------Exchanges fo r clearing house-----------------Checks and oth r cash it:m s -----------------A dvances t o court trusts-----------------------Other r e s o u r c e s _________________________
N otes, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange
(lim ited) ______________________________
T otals

Commercial

Savings

Court trusts Private trusts

Combined

$6,681,328 56 $11,735,473 93 $500,000 00
20,739 39 ------------------ -------------2,643,536 13 5,579,505 50
91.789 67
850,000 00
11,952 00
100,000 00
24.790 75 ___________ _________
1,469,347 15 3,165,577 58
5,973 51
100,411 03
56,685 38 ________ ^
885,530 97
415,002 SO
648,861 47
88,996 84
216,256 74
534 16 _________
------------------ —--------------4,026 49
239,241 54 ------------------ ---------------

$225,000 00 $19,191,802 49
--------------20,739 39
8,223,041 63
941,789 67
111,952 00
_________
24,790 75
25,951 38 4,666,849 62
_________
157,128 41
1,300,533 87
737,881 31
i ________
216,790 90
_________
- 4,026 49
--------------239,241 54

-----------------

. ________

165,000 00 _________

165,000 00

$13,033,818 40 $22,206,776 29 $510,000 00 $250,951 38 $36,001,546 07

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in________ ____ ___ . .
S u r p lu s ........ _ ............— ------- --------------------Undivided profits, less expenses and
taxes p a i d _____________________________
Other existing profits coll cted, b u t n o t
in undivided profits account---------------Bills payable, including certificates o f
d eposit representing m oney borrow ed .
N otes rediscounted1 _____________________
Deposits due t o hanks__________________
Dividends unpaid _______________________
Individual deposits subject t o check----S avings d e p o s it s -------------- ---------------------Demand certificates o f deposit_________
Time certificates o f u p osit_____________
Certified c h e c k s _________________________
Cashier’s c h e c k s ________________________
State, cou n ty and municipal deposits—
P osta l savings deposits--------------------------Other lia b ilitie s _________________________
Deposits received from executors, ad­
m inistrators, guardians,, receivers, etc.

$930,000 CO
625,000 00

$400,000 00 $160,000 00 $160,000 00 $1,500,000 00
675,000 00 400.000 00 __________
1,700,000 00

95,158 88 ------------------

---------------

775,061 94
15,249 41
601,000 CO ------------------ --------------8,537,363 19 ------------------ ------------------------------------------------ 19,276,12060
30,872 67 ___ __________ _______ _
125,070 00 1,637,906 28 _________
50,078 90 ----------------- --------------1,039,022 01 ------------------ --------------3.70,000 00
200,000 00
496,270 81

2,500 00

150,951 38

----------------------------_________
_________
-----------------------------

10,000 O ____ _____
O

246,110 26

790,311 35
60,000 00
8,537,363 19
19,276,12060
30,872 67
1,762,906 28
50,068 90
1,039,022 01
500,000 00
508,770*81

T o t a l s ------------------------- ------- ---------------$13,033,818 40 $22,206,776 29 $510,000 00 $250,951 38 $36,001,546 07

Trust Resources —

Court trusts
P ersonal
assets received
from
executors,
adm inistrators,
as­
signees, receivers o r trustees____ ___________
T ru st investments:
(a ) Personal p r o p e r t y ............... $8,489,823 90
(b ) Real p r o p e r t y ____ ____ ______ 1,244,050 98
Due from banks___________________
298,507 03
Cash on hand--------------------------------- ------------------

T o ta l ----------------------- ------------- — $10,032,472 00

Note .—The a bov e statem ent includes the business

 Island.
Catalina


Trust Liabilities —

Court trusts
Personal
assets received^ from
executors,
adm inistrators,
as­
signees, receivers o r trustees____ ___________
Trusts held in capacity o f execu­
tor, adm inistrator, guardian, as­
signee, receiver o r trustee_______ $7,008,915 48
P rivate trusts, specially designated
and construed as cou rt trusts,
under sup r v i s i o n ------------- ---------3,023,556 52
T o ta l -------------- ------- ------------------$10,032,472 00
branch offices a t L o s Angeles

and A valon,

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S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

173

OF BA N K S.

LONG BEACH SAVINGS BANK AND TRUST COMPANY.
LONG BEACH.
Incorporated February l , 1902.

Officers—Llewellyn B ixby, President; P. E. H atch, Vice-President; F. C. Yoem ans, Vice-President;
J. W . Tucker, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; Chas. H . 'lucker, Assistant Cashier and T ru st
Officer; N. C. Birchfleld, Assistant Cashier; E. C. Denio, A ttorney.
Directors—George H. B ixby, P. E. H atch, F. O. Yoem ans, J. W . Tucker, T . J. C orbrey, T . M. W illiams,
T . L. De Coudres, W m . M. C ook, John Craig, Llewellyn B ixby, W . S. Strickley, C. H . Thornburg:,
A . P. H offm an , H. W . Doesett.
Statem ent o f June 30, 1919.

Resources—

Commercial

Savings

Court trusts Private trusts

Combined

L oa n s and discounts^.---------------------------- ------------------ $1,817,690 30 _________ ___________ $1,847,690 30
Overdrafts ------------------------------------. -------- -----------------830,575 05 $50,000 00 $50,000 00
930,575 05
B onds, warrants and other securities... -----------------147,000 00 _________ _________
147,000 00
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures— -----------------12,000 00 __________ __________
12,000 00
Safe deposit vaults______________________ ___________
Other real estate owned_________________ ________ . . .
627,742 42 _________ _________
627,742 42
Due from reserve banks—____ ________ r . -----------------Due from other banks__________________ ___________
93,793 96 _________ __________
96,793 95
A ctual cash on hand____________________ ___________
18,555 41 _________ _________
18,555 41
Exchanges fo r clearing house___________ ___________
Checks and oth r cash it.m s------------------ -----------------7,870 33
7,870 33 ________ ____________
Other resources _________________________ ___________
160,000 00 _____ _ _ _________
_
160,000 00
Notes, d ra fts, o r bills1 o f exchange

T otals

$3,745,227 46

$50,000 C $50,000 00 $3,845,227 46
O

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in___________________ ___________
$150,000 00 $50,000 00 $50,000 00
Surplus _______________________________ . . . ____________
102,500 00 ............................. .........
Undivided profits, less expenses and
taxes p a i d ............... ..................................... .....................
55,849 72 _________ _________
Other existing profits collected, b u t n ot
in undivided profits account_________ _____________
—-------------- --------------- -------------Bills payable, including certificates o f
d eposit representing m oney b o r r o w e d .
............- .....................—- --------------- -------------Notes rediscounted _____________________ ___________ ____ __________ _______ _________
Deposits due t o banks__________________ ___________ ___________ _________ _________
Dividends u n p a i d _______________________ ______ - ____
10,164 00 -------------- -------------Individual deposits subject t o check___ ___________ ___________ _________ _________ .
Savings d e p o s it s ________________________
2,929,325 52
Demand certificates o f deposit_________ ___________ ___________ _________ _________
Tim e certificates o f d p osit_____________
266,121 99
Certified checks _______ ._________________ ___________ ___________ _________ _________
Cashier’s c h e c k s ________________________ . . . ________ ___________ _________ _________
State, cou nty and municipal d eposits. —
100,000 00
P ostal siavings deposits_________________ ___________ ___________ _________ _________
Other lia b ilitie s _________________________
131,266 23
Deposits received fro m executors, ad­
m inistrators, guardians, receivers, etc.
___________ ___________ _______ _
_________
T otals _______________________________

_____

Trust Resources—

Court trusts
Personal
assets received
from
executors,
administrators!,
as­
signees, receivers o r trustees____ ___________
T ru st investments:
(a ) Personal p r o p e r t y _____ ____
$14,600 00
(b ) Rfeal p r o p e r t y ____ ____ ______
24,400 00
Due from b a n k s __________________
7,871 74
Cash on hand---------------------------------- ------------------

T o ta l ----------------------------------------

' $46,771 74

____ $3,745,227 46

$50,000 00

$250,000 00
102,500 00
55,849 72
----------------------------------___________
___________
10,164 00
___________
2,929,325 52
___________
236,121 99
___________
___________
100,000 00
___________
131,266 23
____ . ______

$50,000 00 $3,845,227 46

Trust Liabilities—

court trusts

Personal
assets received
from
executors,
adm inistrators,
as­
signees, receivers o r trustees____ _____________
Trusts held in ca p a city o f execu­
to r, adm inistrator, guardian, as­
signee, receiver o r trustee_______
$46,771 74
Private trusts, specially designated
and construed as cou rt trusts,
under supervision ----------------------- -----------------T o ta l ...... .............................. ..........

$46,771 74

Private trusts, not specially designated as court trusts, are not under Supervision of State Banking
Department.




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S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

230 AND 230A.

OP

BAN KS.

“ SCOTT VALLEY BANK.’ ’
FORT JONES.

In corp orated February 4, 1902.
Officers—M. O. Beem, President and Treasurer; O. V . Green, Vice-President; W . T . Young,
Secretary and M anager; R. A . W a lk :r, Cashier; H . A . Green, A ssistant Cashier.
Directors—W . T . Young, E . F. Redchman, M. C. Beem, G. W . Smith, O. V . Green.
Statem en t of June 30, 1919.

Resources—
L oa n s and discounts______ ____________ ______________
O v e r d r a ft s ___ —_______________________________________
B onds, w arrants and o t te r securities_______________
B ank premises, furniture and fixtures_______________
S afe d ep osit vaults___________________________________
Other real estate ow n ed --------------------------------------------Due from reserve hanks___________ ____ _____________
Due fro m other banks-----------------------------------------------A ctual cash on hand_________________________________
E xchanges fo r clearing house_______ ________________
Checks and other cash items_________ ____________ ___
Other r e s o u r c e s ______________________________________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)-----------------------------------Notes, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)_______

Commercial
$426,622 40
147 62
24,758 94

Savings
$219,4ffi 00
42,180 00
14,000 00

Combined
$046,063 40
14? 03
66,938 94
14,000 O
O

101,285 15

11,958 29

113,243 44

26,599 63

7,920 52

34,520 15

—

3,487 28

-----------------------------------------------------------------------

$582,901 02

C apital stock paid in_________________________ ________
S u r p l u s -----------------------------------------------------------------------Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes p a id ____ Other existing profits collected, hu t n o t in undivided
profits a c c o u n t _____________ ------------------------------ —
Bills p ayable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney borrow ed )________ ____ ____________
N otes rediscounted —_________ _______________________
Deposits, due t o banks—--------------------------------------------Dividends unpaid _______________________________ _____
Individual deposits s u b j.c t to check—---------------------Savings d e p o s i t s _________ _______________________ _____
Demand certificates o f deposit_____ _________________
Tim e certificates o f deposit--------------------------------------Certified c h e c k s ______________________________________
Cashier’s ch e ck s ,___ __________________________________
State, cou n ty and m unicipal deposits------------------------P osta l savings deposits__________________ ______ _____
Other liabilities ________________________ _____ ________

3,487 28

$85,000 O
O
40,000 O
O
6,351 60

T ota ls

$295,489 a

$878,390 83

Liabilities—

T otals

$15,000 00
10,000 00

55,000 O
O
6,351 60

—

—

327,439 76
265,489 81

_________________

4,918 18
70,505 07

—

327,439 76
265,489 a
4,918 18
70,505 07

31,149 60
17,536 a

--------- -------

31,149 60,
17,536 a

$582,901 02

$295,489 81

$878,390 83

No t e .—T he above statem ent includes the business o f a branch office at Etna Mills.




$100,000 00

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175

OF B A N K S.

‘FIRST SAVINGS BANK OF COLUSA.”
COLUSA.
Incorporated February 13, 1902.

Officers—U. W . Brown, President; R. E. Blevins, Vice-President; H . F. O sgood, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier; Everett Bowes, Assistant Cashier.
Directors—U. W . Brown, Ira L. C om pton, H. F. O sgood, R. E. Blevins, Clara C. Packer.

S tatem ent of June 30, 1919.
R esou rces—

Commercial

Savings

Loans and discounts— ______ ______ ______ __________
___________
$291,305 68
O v e r d r a ft s ____________________________________________
___________
___________
Bonds, warrants and other securities_____ . _________
___________
67,356 01
Bank premises, furniture and fix tu res..____ _______ _
___________
35,250 00
Safe deposit vaults-------------- ---------------------------------- ---------------------------------------Other real-estate owned--------------------------------------------------------------________________
Due from reserve banks_______________________________
___________
54,471 34
Due from other banks________________________________
___________
___________
A ctual cash on hand----------------- ------------- ------- ------------------- ---------------11,517 73
Exchanges fo r clearing house_________________________
___________
___________
Checks and other cash item s!_________________________
___________
1,278 46
Other re s o u rc e s __________ '----------------------------------------------------------------------------Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)________________________
___________
___________
Notes, d ra fts, or bills o f exchange (lim ite d ).._______
___________
____ _____—
T otal.

Combined
___________
___________
___________
_________
----------- . . . .
_________ ...
___________
_________
........... ........
___________
___________
----------------___________
-------- --------

$461,179 22

Liabilities—
Capital stock paid in--------------------------------------------------Surplus ______________________________________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid______
Other existing profits collected, but n ot in undivided
profits a c c o u n t ----------- ---------------------- ------- --------------Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )-----------------------------------------Notes rediscounted -----------------------------------------------------Deposits, due t o b a n k s.-----------------------------------------------Dividends u n p a id --------------------------------------------------------Individual deposits subject to check--------------------------Savings d e p o s its ---------------------------------------------------------Demand certificates o f deposit------------------------------------Time certificates o f deposit-----------------------------------------Certified c h e c k s _______________________________________
Cashier's checks ---------------------------------------------- - ..........State, cou nty and municipal deposits------------------------P osta l savings deposits----------- -------------------------- --------Other lia b ilitie s _______________________________________

$35,000 00
5,500 00
4,787 93

T o ta l_________________________________________________

$461,179 22

12—48042




30 00
363,161 86
43,699 43

9,000 00

..

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S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

OF

BAN KS,

“ SECURITY STATE BANK OP S$AN JOSE, CALIFORNIA.’ ’
SAN JOSE.
Incorporated March 24, 1902.

Officers— Wilbur J. Edwards, President; Chas. M. Richards, Vice-President; George B. Campbell,
Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; E. D. Shepherd A ssistant Cashier and Secretary.
Directors—Chas. M. Richards, George B. Campbell, L. A. B ooksin, W . E. Hazeltine, W ilbur J.
Edwards.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.

Resources—

Commercial

L oans and d iscou n ts.-..............
8635,892 56
127 64
O verdrafts ___________________________________________
B onds, warrants and other securities_______________
228,843 03
B ank premises, furniture and fixtures_______________
24,500 00
S afe deposit vaults___________________________________
1,4C0 00
Other real estate owne^________ _______ ____________ _______________
Due from reserve banks_____________________________
214,636 42
Due from ' other banks_______________________________
___________
A ctual cash on band________________________________
86,132 31
E xchang s fo r clearing house-----------------------------------16,260 08
Checks and other cash items___________
727 73
Other resources ______________________________________
56,687 70
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)________________________
___________
Notes, d ra fts, or bills o f exchange (lim ited)_________
___________
T o ta l _________________________________ ____ _________

$1,265,207 47

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in___________ j -__________________
Surplus _______________________________________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid_____
Other existing profits collected, but n ot in undivided
profits account ____________________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney borrow ed )___________________________
N otes rediscounted ___________________________________
Deposits, due to banks______________________________
Dividends unpaid __________ ._________________________
Individual deposits su bject to check__________
Savings deposits _____________________________________
Demand certificates o f deposit______________________
Tim e certificates o f deposit__________________
Certified checks ______________________________________
Cashier’s checks ______________________________________
State, cou n ty and municipal deposits_______________
P osta l savings deposits_______________________________
Other liabilities _____________________________________
T ota l




$100,000 00
100,000 00
19,917 13
841 90
___________
___________
109,634 76
12,000 00
841,039 91
___________
16,574 37
10,825 00
300 40
___________
50,000 00
___________
4,055 00$1,265,207 47

Savings

Combined

REPORT

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OF

S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

177

OF B A N K S.

“ THE SANTA ANA SAVINGS BANK.’ ’
SANTA ANA.
Incorporated March 25, 1902.

Officers—A. J. Crookshank, President; A. C. Bowers, Vice-President; W . B. W illiams, Secretary
and Cashier; John Awe, Treasurer; J. p . Metzgar, Assistant Cashier.
Directors—A. J. C rookshank, W . B. W illiams, John Awe, A. C. Bowers, J. H . Metzgar.
Statem ent of June 30, 1919.
R esou rces—

Commercial

Loans and discounts_____ ________ ____ ______________
___________
O v e r d r a ft s ____________________________________________
___________
B onds, warrants and other securities_________________
___________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures.........._____ ________ __________
Safe deposit vaults----------------- ---------- -----------------------------------------Other real estate owned---------------------------------------------------------------Due from reserve banks________________________!______
___________
Due from other banks-------------------- ---------- ^........ ..------A ctual cash on hand__________________________________
___________
Exchanges fo r clearing house_________________________
___________
Checks and other cash items_________________________
___________
Other r e s o u rc e s _______________________________________
___________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)........ .......... ..................................................
Notes, drafts, or bills o f exchange (lim ited)_________
___________

Combined

Savings
$686,495 00
87,845 00

820 42
68,386 86
19,500 00

$863,047 28

T otal.

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in--------------------------------------- ------- —
Surplus _____________________________ __________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid______
Other existing profits collected, but not in undivided
profits account ____________________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney borrow ed)-----------------------------------------Notes re d is co u n te d ----------------------------------—..................Deposits, due to b a n k s................................ ........................
Dividends u n p a id __________________ ___________________
Individual deposits subject to check_________________
Savings d e p o s its ______________________________________
Demand certificates o f deposit________________________
Tim e certificates o f deposit___________________________
Certified ch e c k s _______________________________________
Cashier’s checks ______________________________________
State, cou nty and municipal deposits.............................
P ostal savings deposits---------------------- ------- ---------------- Other lia b ilitie s _______________________________________
T o t a l'




-----------------___________
___________
. . . ________

$10,000 00
40,000 00
2,125 48
___________

----------------------------------— -----------------------------.....................
.....................
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
780,921 80
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
__________ _
—.------------------------------................. ...........................----------------------------------___________
___________
$863,047 28

..
...

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S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

OF

BAN KS.

236, 236A AND 236B. ‘ ‘ OCEAN PARK BANK.”
SANTA MONICA.
Incorporated March 28, 1902.
Officers—T. H . Dudley, President; Dr. Chas. G. Shipman, Vice-President; P. J. Dudley, VicePresident; W . O. B nder, Secretary* Treasurer and Cashier; Geo. A . Neilson, Assistant Cashier
and A ssistant Secretary; A. H . Meng, A ssistant Cashier; H . H . Hertel, Branch M anager;
E. V egar, Branch Manager.
D irectors—T. H . Dudley, P. E. R oyston , P. J. Dudley, ChaS. H . E. H ardin, H . Michel, K A.
' Miller, J. B. Gill.
Statem en t of June 30, 1919.

Resources—
L oans and discounts_________________________________
O v e r d r a f t s _________ _______________ - __ _____ ________
B onds, warrants and other securities_______________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures___________ ——
Safe deposit vaults___________________________________
Other real estate owned______________ J
______________
Due from reserve banks--------------------------- -----------------Due from other banks___________________________ ____
A ctual cash on hand___ __________________ ____________
E xchanges f o r clearing house___ ____________________
Checks and other cash item s---------------------------------1_ _
_
Other resources _________ _________________ ______ ______ _
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)-----------------------------------Notes, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)_______
T ota ls

Commercial
$291,259 43
2,067 72
270,608 67
36,016 00
2,980 00
1,400 00
119,494 69

Savings
$277,873 68.

94,034 62
8,710 32
5,431 51
49 13

10,363 10
53 00

36,625 76

80,059 14
3,504 00
62,415 58

69 83

______

Combined
$569,133 11
2,067' 72
350,667 81
36,016 00
2,980 00
4,904 00
181,910 27
104,397 72
8,768 32
5,431 51
110 99
36,625 76

$868,673 85

$431,331 33

$1,303,008 18

$78,000 00
4,100 00
2,205 59i

$24,009 00
12,500 00
255 83

$100,0001)0
16,600 00
2,461 42

385,111 58

693,362 49
385,111 E8

■Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in_^.______________________________
S u r p l u s ___ ____ ____________ __________________________
Undivided profits,' less expenses and taxes p a id__ i __
Other existing profits collected, b u t n ot in’ undivided
profits a c c o u n t _____________________________________
Bills p a ya b le (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed-----------------------------------------N otes r e d is co u n te d --------------------------------------------------- Deposits, due t o banks_______________ _______________
Dividend^ unpaid ____________________________________
Individual deposits subject t o check------------------------Savings deposits ___________________________ _________
Dem and certificates o f d eposit-----------------------------------Tim e certificate® o f deposit-------------------------------1-----Certified checks __________________________________ ____
Cashier’s c h e c k s ___ ______________________ ____________
State, cou n ty and m unicipal deposits_______ ___ ____
P osta l savings deposits------------------------- ------------------Other li abilities _____ , ______________ ________________
_
T o ta ls ____________________________________

693,362 4 >
9

201 75

19,708 82
1,430 56
20,449 62
39,832 13
11,584 64
$868,673 85

31,973 99
1,430 56
20,449 62
39,832 13
11,584 64
201 75

$434,334 33

$1,303,008 18

12,265 17

Note —The above statem ent includes the business o f branch office® a t Venice and Santa M onica.




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S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

OP

179

BAN KS.

THE BANK OF LINCOLN.
LINCOLN.
Incorporated March 31, 1902.

Officers—A. J. Gladding, President; H ans Andresen, Jr., Vice-President; B. O. Musser, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier; W . M. Sparks, Jr., A ssistant O a sh ir.
Directors—A. J. Gladding, J. B. DeGolyer, Kate Haenny, B. C. Musser, H ans Andresen, Jr., W alter V. H o y t, Alden Anderson.
Statem ent of June 30, 1919.
R esou rces- —

Commercial

Savings

L oa n s and discounts___ _____ _______________________
$124,464 63
$208354 71
O verdrafts ___ ____________ - __________________________
_
1,814 47
Bonds, warrants and other securities_____ . ________
71,860 31
141,177 20
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures______________
14,562 50
13,719 25
1,540 50
S afe deposit vaults_____________________ .____________
1,000 00 Other real estate owned-------------------------------------------— ___________
Due from reserve hanks__________________________
32,84557 42
11,684
____________
Due from other banks_____________________________ _
A ctual cash o n hand____________________________________
16,65058
9,697 25
E xchanges fo r clearing house_______________________
______ ____
Checks and other cash item s_______________________ :
1,262 27
______
Other resources _________________________________________
35,23146
283 87
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)----------------------------------------------------Notes, drafts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)------------------- ------T ota ls _________ __________ _________________________

Combined
$333,019 34
1,814 47
213,037
28,281
2,540
44,529 99
26,347 83
1,282 27
36,515 33

$300,232 29

$388,116 76

$688,349 05

C apital stock paid in_________________________________
$30,000 00
Surplus ------------------------------------------------------------------------ 1,820 00
Undivided profits, less exp nses and taxes paid.-.—
2,660 45
Other existing profits collected, b u t n o t in undivided
profits account _________ _________________ _________
___________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney borrow ed____________________________
10,000 00
Notes rediscounted __________________________ !________
___________
Deposits', due t o hanks_____________________ ________
. . . ________
Dividends unpaid ___ ___________ . ____________________
________ . . . .
Individual deposits subject, to check_____________ 189,995 54
Savings deposits _______________________ __________ —
________
Demand certificat'd o f deposit___ ___________________
46,771 73
Time certificates o f d e p o s it.._____ ___________________
___________
Certified checks
______________
66 20
Cashier’s checks __________ :_________________________
4,631 02
State, cou n ty and municipal deposits____________
12,864 18
P osta l savings deposits_______________ _______________
___________
Other liabilities ------------------------- -------------------------------1,316 57

$29,200 00
7,620 00
3,847 16

$59,200 00
9,340 00
6,543 61

Liabilities—

T o t a ls

..




$300,232 29

10,000 oo

345,549 60

189,995 54
345,549 60
46,771 73
66 20
4,631 62
12,964 18
1,316 57

$385,116 76

$686,349 05

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238.

OP

S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

OF

BAN KS.

“ BANK OF RICHMOND.”
RICHMOND.
Incorporated April 17, 1902.

Officers—C. S. Downing, President; W . S. Lucas, Viee-Pr sident; Clarence E. Allen, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier.
Directors—W . S. McRacken, O. S. Downing, B. L. M arx Greene, W . S. Lucas, _W. K. Cole.
Statem en t of June 30, 1919.

Resources—
L oa n s and discounts_______ _________________________ O verdrafts ___________________________ ________________
B onds, w arrants and other securities------------------------B ank premises, furnitura and fixtures_______________
Safe deposit vaults_________ _________ ________________
Other real estate owned_____________________________
Due from reserve banks........ — __________ ___________
Due from other banks-------- --------------------------------------A ctual cash on hand___________ ____ ___ ______________
E xchanges fo r clearing house------------------------------------Checks and other cash item s-,--,_____________________
Other r s o u r c e s _______ ______________________________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)----------- ----------------------Notes,, d ra fts, dr bills o f. exchange (limited1_______
)
T ota ls ------------------------------- ---------------------------------------

Commercial
$80,697
116
119,796
11,140

20
14
72
00

3,853 14
40,210 85
18,081 27
13,281 63
845 64

Savings
$199,083 75
79,002 83
10,400 00

Combined
$279,780
116
198,799
21,630

95
14
55
00

3,853 14
78,673 87

38,463 02
18,975 76

37,057 03
13,280 63
845 64
—

—
__________________

$288,021 50

$346,015 36

$634,036 95

$25,000 00
3,100 00
4,491 15

$35,000 06
250 00
1,466 48

$60,000 00
3,350 00
5,957 63

156,574 48
- ........—
31,391 32

309,298 88
_____

156,574 48
309,298 88
31,391 32

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in----- --------------------------- ------- ------Surplus -------------------------- ---------------------------------------------Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid,--------Other existing profits collected, b u t n ot in undivided
profits a c c o u n t ___________________ _________________
Bills p ayable (including certificates o f d eposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )__________________________
Notes red iscou n ted ___________________________________
Deposits, due to banks_______________________________
Dividends unpaid ____________________________________
Individual deposits subject t o check_________________
Savings d e p o s i t s _________ _______________________ ____
Demand certificates o f d eposit_______________________
Tim e certificates o f deposit__________________________
Certified c h e c k s ----- ------- ------- ------------------------------- Cashier’s checks _____________________________________
State, cou n ty and municipal' deposits_______________
P osta l savings deposits______________________________
Other liabilities ________________________________ ____ _
T o ta ls




2,659
1
18,622
14,998
31,283

22
21
59
12
50

___________
-----------------___________
........... .........
__.......... .......

$288,021 50

$346,015 36

2,650
1
18,522
14,998
31,S 3

22
21
59
12
50

$634,036 95

REPORT

239.

OF

S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

181

OF B A N K S.

A. MIERSON BANKING COMPANY.
PLACERVILLE.
Incorporated July 2, 1902.

Officers—George W . Peltier, President; N. F ox , Vice-President; Guy E. W entw orth, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier; Ted C. A tw ood , Assistant Cashier.
Directors—M ax Mierson, George W . Peltier, Guy E. W entworth, O. P. Fitch, N. F o x , Albert
Simon, W . A. Rantz, J. C. O’Donnell, Fred W . Kiesel.
Statem ent of June 30, 1919.

Resources—
Doans and discounts________________ ______ _________
Overdrafts! ----------------------------------- -----------------------------B onds, warrants and other securities-------- --------------Bank premises, furniture and fixtures__________ -—
Safe d eposit vaults_______________ ------- -------------------Other real estate owned___________ _____ — ..............Due from reserve banks-------- ---------------------- ------- -----Due from other banks..........................— - ............ ...........
A ctual cash on hand___ —_____ : ____ :__________ - -----Exchanges fo r clearing house------------------------------.-----Checks and other cash it. ms_______________ __________
Other resources ____________________ ______ __________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)______________________
Notes!, drafts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)-----------Total®

Commercial
$191,241
466
177,001
10,600

30
34
07
00

146,189 18

Savings
$151,489 50
211,074 23

41,849 81

Combined
$342,730 80
466 34
388,075 30
10,500 00

188,038 99

49
12
30
65

21,038 65

$571,328 45

$425,452 19

$996,780 64

$40,000 00
35,000 00
7,606 47

$10,000 00
27,000 00
3,722 08

$60,000-00
62,000 00
11,328 55

459,424 27
_____ ____
17,523 62

_________
384,730 11
____
_
_

459,424 27
384,730 11
17,523 62

37,603
2,965
1,110
4,191

58,702
2,966
1,110
4,191

14
12
30
65

Liabilities—
Capital stock paid in___________ ____ ____________ ____
Surplus _______________________________________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid------Other existing profits collected, b u t n ot in undivided
profits account ----------- --------- ---------------------- ------- —
Bills payable (including certificates ,of d eposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )__________________________
Notes rediscounted __________________________________
Deposits, due t o banks---------------------------------------------Dividends unpaid ____________________________________
Individual deposits subject to check------------------------Savings deposits ____________________ ____ __________
Demand certificates o f deposit__________ ,____________
Tim e certificates o f dleposit-----------------------------------------Certified checks _______________________ :--------------------Cashier’s checks ^___________________ ,________________
State, cou nty and' municipal deposits----------------------P osta l savings d e p o s it s ___________________________ _
Other liabilities ___________________________ ___________
T ota ls




422 08

___________

422 03

10,000 00
1,352 06

............. —
__________

10,000 oo
1,352 06

$071,328 45

$425,452 19

$996,780 64

182

R E P O R T O F S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

241.

OF B A N K S .

BANK OF CAMBRIA.
CAMBRIA.
Incorporated January 29, 1903.

Officers—J. H . B radhoff, President: J ohn T a ylor, Vice-President; A m os Smithers, Secretary;
J. F. Stuart, Treasurer and Cashier.
Directors—John T aylor, A. Smithers, J. H . B rad hoff, L. Ferrasci, Thos. H oldsw orth, B .
C orda,
N. Storni.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.

Resources

Commercial

L oa n s and discounts_______ _____________ _____ _______
$355,182 84
O verdrafts ____________________________________________
•88 37
B onds, warrants and other securities________________
58,075 00
B ank premises, furniture and fixtures_______ ____ ,. . . .
2,000 00
Safe deposit v a u lts .____ ____ ________ __________ ____ _
___________
Other real estate owned______ _____ _________ _____________ _________
Due from reserve banks............. .........................................
28,428 40
Due from other banks________________________________
___________
A ctual cash on hand__________________________________
25,143 98
Exchanges fo r clearing house_________________________
___________
Checks and other cash items__________________________
148 28
Other res ou rces ____ ____ _____________________________
6,000 00
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)________________________
___________
Notes, d ra fts, or bills o f exchange (lim ited)_________
___________
T o t a l . . . ____ _____________ ______ _______ _______ _____

$475,066 87

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in--------------------------------------------------Surplus _______________________________________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid______
Other existing profits collected, b u t n ot in undivided
profits account ----------- -------- . ------------------- --------------Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )___________________________
N otes red iscou n ted ________ '---------------------------------------Deposits, due to banks________________________________
Dividends u n p a id _____________________________________
Individual deposits subject t o check--------------------------Savings deposits — -------------- ---------- ---------------------------Demand certificates o f deposit________________________
Tim e certificates o f deposit-----------------------------------------Certified c h e ck s _______________________________________
Cashier’s checks ,_____________________ ________________
State, cou nty and m unicipal deposits........ .............. .......
P osta l savings deposits__________________ ____ _______
Other liabilities-_______________________________________
T o t a l.




$25,000 00
25,000 00
5,198 57
17,308 55

1,737 90
230,306 53
8,433 11
152,082 21

10,000 00

$475,066 87

Savings
___________
___________
___________
___________
..._________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________

Combined
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
____ ____
_______ ___
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________

R E PO R T OF S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

247.

183

OF B A N K S .

“ WEST BERKELEY B A N K /’
BERKELEY.
Incorporated March 5, 1903.

Officers—Joseph Gunn, President; B. F. Lynip, Vice-President; John Gill, Vice-President;
. H'. H. Camper, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier.
Directors—L. H. Lewars, Joh n Gill, H. O tto W ahlefeld, M. T hayer Rhodes, Joseph Gunn,
B. E. U nderwood, B. F. Lynip.
Statem ent of June 30, 1919.

Resources—

Commercial

Savings

Loans and discounts............. .........................
O v e r d r a fts _______________________________
Bonds, warrants and other secu rities___
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures—
Safe deposit va u lts.
_____ _ _________
Other real estate owned— ..........................
Due from reserve banks__________ ______

___

___

880 00
63,346 24

46,214 .76
21,923 19
1,500 00
5,240 00
50,620 13

A ctual cash on hand........................... ..........

___

19,879 20

14,178 46

$119,301 69
fu.R 77
178,807 55
16,002 68

$349,122 97

9,311 91
550 98

Other resou rces................................... ............
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)______________
Notes, d ra fts, or bills o f exchange (limited)
Totals.

___

2,489 60

Combined
$468,424
645
225,022
37,925
1,500
6,120
113,966

66
77
31
87
00
00
37

34,057
9,311
550
2,489

66
91
98
60

$411,215 62

$488,799 51

$900,015 13

C apital stock paid in--------------------------------------------------$25,809 14
Surplus _______________________________________________
3,300 00
1,373 58
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid— ,___
Other existing profits collected, but n ot in undivided
profits account ____________________ _____ _________ Bills payable' (including certificates o f deposit representing-m oney b orrow ed )— . _______________________
___________
Notes rediscounted ___________________________________
___________
Deposits, due to banks_________________________ ____ —
___________
Dividends u n p a id _____________________________________
2,250 00
Individual deposits subject to check--------------------210,979 41
Savings d e p o s its -------------------------------- ------- ----------------------------------Demand certificates o f deposit_________________
4,410 55
Tim e certificates o f deposit___________________________
48,087 00
Certified ch e c k s ___________________________________ !___
31 60
Cashier’s c h e c k s ______________________________________
751 88
26,232 96
State, cou n ty and municipal deposits________ . _______
P osta l savings deposits— ...................... .................................. ...................
Other lia b ilitie s ______________________________
87,989 50

$38,900 00

$64,709 14
9,300 00
1,826 97

$411,215 62

$488,799 51

Liabilities—

T o ta ls .




453 39

443,446 12

2,250
210,979
443,446
4,410
48,087
31
751
26,232

00
41
12
55

3T8S8S

6,000 00

87,989 50
$900,015 13

184

REPORT

250.

OF S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

OF B A N K S.

THE CENTRAL BANK.
SANTA BARBARA.
Incorporated March 4, 1903.

Officers—Frank Smith, President; W . B M etcalf, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer and
Cashier; H. F. R. Vail, Assistant Secretary and A ssistant Cashier.
Directors—Frank Smith, George M. W illiams, W alter L. H unt, Joel R em ington Fithian,
H . F. R. Vail, W . B. M etcalf, J. M. W arren, C. A. Edwards, F. A. H oefer, E. T . Vail,
D. T. Perkins.
Statem ent of June 30, 1919.

Resources—
L oans and discounts------------------------------------O v e r d r a ft s _______ ______ _____________ *........
B onds, warrants and other securities_______
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures............
Safe deposit vaults____ _____________________
Other real estate owned_____________________
Due from reserve banks_____________________
Due from other banks______________________
A ctual cash on hand______ __________________
Exchanges fo r clearing h ou se.____ _________
Checks and other cash items________________
Other, resou rces_____________________________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)______________
Notes, d rafts, or bills o f exchange (limited)
T o t a ls .r.

Commercial
$200,934
1,313
11,793
18,100

63
02
31
00

11,282
50,008
2,653
29,426
22,785
1,165
120

68
28
74
21
16
59
00

Savings •
$335,207 50
93,338
36,600
3,000
6,712
19,764

69
00
00
76
95

11,831 38
158 32
6,035 45

Combined
$536,142
1,313
105,132
54,700
3,000
17,995
69,773
2,653
41,257
22,785
1,323
6,155

13
02
00
00
00
44
23
74
59
16
91
45

$349,582 62

$512,649 65

$862,231 67

$30,000 00
2,300 00
2,043 05

$30,009 00
10,000 00
512 64

$60,000 00
12,300 00
2,555 69

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in_______ ____ _____________________
Surplus _______________________________________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid______
Other existing profits collected, but n ot in undivided
profits account ___________ _________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )___________________________
Notes rediscounted _______________ „ __________________
Deposits, due to banks________________________________
Dividends u n p a id _____________________________________
Individual deposits subject to check__________________
Savings d e p o s its ______________________________________
Demand certificates o f d eposit------------------------------------Tim e certificates o f d e p o s it..--------------------------------------Certified ch e ck s ----------- ------------------------------------------------Cashier’s c h e c k s ____ ____ ____________________________
State, cou nty and municipal d e p o s its ..---------------------P o s ta l savings deposits_______________________________
Other lia b ilitie s _______________________________________
T o t a ls .




2,297 27

2,297 27

305,265 12
442,193 78
40
1,050
56
829
2,616

00
00
00
67
26

22,157 15

305,265
442,193
40
23,207
56
829
2,616

12
78
00
15
00
67
26

3,085 25

7,785 48

10,870 73

$349,582 62

$512,649 05

$862,231 67

R E PO R T OF S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

260.

185

OF B A N K S .

‘ROSEVILLE BANKING COMPANY.”
ROSEVILLE.
Incorporated March 5, 1903.

Oflicers—J. A. Hill, President; Alden Ai.derson, Vice-President; T. H. Kelsey, Secretary, Treasurer
and Cashier; F. H . Boswell, Assistant Cashier.
Directors—J. A. Hill, T. H. Kelsey, Lester J. Hinsdale, F. A. Fiddym ent, J. H. Smart, A. B. McRae,
E. J. Schellhous, W . J. Doyle, Alden Anderson.
S ta t e m e n t o f J u n e 30, 1919.

Resources—Loans and discounts.

Commercial
. . . ___________________ _______

Bonds, warrants and other securities.
—
______
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures.
Safe denosit vaults
Other real estate o w n e d __________ ___________ ________
Due from reserve banks___________ ____________ _____
Due fro m other banks____ ___________ ___________
A ctual cash on h a n d _____ ^ _________ ____________
Exchanges fo r clearing h o u s e ____ __
. .
____
Checks and other cash items___ _____________________
Other resources ____ _____ _________ _____ ____ ______
Bankers’ acceptances (limited).
Notes, drafts, or bills o f exchange (lim ited)_________
Totals.

Savings

$150,412 39
439 62
18,300 00

$225,002 46

85,366 46
92 98
21,997 96

11,539 75

7,959 20
43,692 50
_____ ____ _

161,000 00
14,277 58

13,062 95
224 15

Combined
$375,414
439
179,300
14,277

85
62
00
58

96,9.6 21
92 93
35,060 91
8,183 35
43,692 50

___________

$328,261 11

$425,106 89

$35,000 00
___________
3,431 86

$25,000 00
19,000 00
___________ •

----- -----------___________
----------------___________
249,846 29
_________ . 22,825 95
3,781 26
___________
5,889 67
7,486 08
-----------------___________

-----------------___________
-----------------___________
-----------------345,473 79
----------------------------------___________
. . --------------.....................
35,633 10
___________

$328,261 11

$425,106 89

$753,368 00

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in_________________________________
Surplus __________ ..___________________________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid— ___
Other existing profits collected, but n ot in undivided
profits account _____________________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )----------------------------- -----------Notes rediscounted ___________________________________
Deposits, due t o banks------------------------------------------------Dividends unpaid _____________________________________
Individual deposits subject t o check----------- ,_________
Savings d e p o s it s ______________________________________
Demand certificates o f deposit________________________
Tim e certificates o f deposit-----------------------------------------Certified c h e c k s _______________________________________
Cashier’s c h e c k s _____ ________________________________
State, cou nty and municipal deposits...... .......... . ........ P osta l savings deposits----------- ..---------------------------------Other lia b ilitie s _______________________________________
T o ta ls .




$60,000 00
19,000 00
3,431 86

249,846
345,473
22 825
3,781

29
79
95
26

5,889 67
7,486 08
35,633 10

$753,368 00

186

REPORT

OF

S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

OF

BAN KS.

265, 265A AND 265B. THE SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY
SAVINGS BANK. SAN BERNARDINO.
Incorporated A pril 27, 1903.
Officers—E. D. Roberts, President; H . E . Harris, Vice-President; A . M. H am , Vice-President;
J. H . W ilson, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; J. C. Ralphs, Jr., Assistant Cashier.
Directors—E. D. R obert si, V ic to r O’. Smith, H . E. Harris, J. H . W ilson, TV A. Blakeley, W . J.
Curtis. J. B. G ill,,A. M. H am , J. W alter R oberts, G. W . Parsons, H ow ard B. Smith.
Statem ent of June 30, 1919.
R esou rces—

L oa n s and discounts_____________ ____________-----------O verdrafts _________________________________ __________
B onds, warrants and other securities_______________
B ank premises, furniture and1 fixtures______________
S afe deposit vaults__________________________________
Other real estate owned'_______ _______________________
Due from reserve banks_________________ ______ _______
Due from other banks___________________ ___________
A ctual cash o n hand'_______ _______________ __________
E xchanges fo r clearing- house_______________________
Checks and other cash item s________________________
Other r e s o u r c e s _________ _ _________________________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)______________________
ftotes, d rafts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)_______
T o ta l ______________________ 1________________________

Commercial
-----------------________ _
_________ —
___________
___________
___________
___________
____________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________

Savings

Combined

$1,837,474 92
___________
485,561 34
___________
___________
66,952 17
275,567 80s
56,371 43
69,500 00
_________ _
____ _______
372 75
___________
____________
$2,782,800 41

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in________________________________

$150,000 00

___________

100,000 00

Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid------Other .existing profits collected, but n o t in undivided
profits account _______________________________ _____
Bills payable (including certificates o f d eposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )__________________________
Notes redisqounted — ^------------- --------------------------------Deposits, dua to banks_______________________________
Dividends u n p a i d _______ „ ___ 1_________________ _____
Individual deposits subject to check________________
Savings d e p o s it s _____________________________________
Demand certificates o f deposit____ _________________
Tim e certificates o f deposit._________________________
Certified checks _________________________ ______ ______
Cashier’s c h e c k s __________ ______ ___________________
State, county and m unicipal deposits___ ____________
P osta l savings deposits________ ____ ________________
Oth r liabilities ______________________________________
T o ta l

____________

68,565 42

___________

2,348,436 71
40,799 28

..

75,000 00

..

$2,782,800 41

Note .—The a bove statem ent includes the business o f branch offices at C olton and R ialto.




REPORT

OF

S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

OF

187

BAN KS.

266, 266A AND 266B. BANK OF NEWMAN.
NEWMAN.
Incorporated M ay 4, 1903.
Officers—E. S. W angenheim, President; J. H. E lfers,. Vice-President; W . W . Giddings, Secretary
and Cashier; J. B. Kinnear, Treasurer; A. B. Joseph, A ssistant Cashier; F . S. Powell,
Assistant Cashier; Ana E. J. Morehead, Branch Manager.
Directors—E. S'. Wangenheim:, A . M. Souza,, H. H. Elfers, W . E. Giddings, Fred B artch, F. R.
Stevinson, J. L. Kinnear, W . W . C ox, H. V. Arm istead1
.
S ta t e m e n t o f J u n e 30, 1919.

Resources—
Doans and d iscou n ts!--------------------- ---------------------------O verdrafts _____________________ ______ ________________
Bonds, warrants and o t l r r securities--------------- 1------Bank premises, furniture and .fixtures__ ____________
Safe deposit vaults___________________________________
Other real estate owned______________________________
Due from reserve banks-------- -------------------------------------Due from other banks__________________________ ____
A ctual cash o n hand....... — - _________________________ :
Exchanges fo r clearing house:_______________________
Checks and o'ther cash items________________________
Other r e s o u r c e s ___ _________________________ ________
Bankers’ acceptances (limited.)______________________
Notes, drafts, o r bill's o f exchange (lim ited)----------T ota ls ____________________________________ __________

Commercial
$404,400 41
1,294 45
’ 97,142 60
4,651 00

Savings
$358,465 18

Combined

667 31
9*4,178 22

139i,837 21

$757,866 591,294 45
390,480 10
47,651 00
2,000 C
O
667 31
234,015 43

30,814 77

18,919 68

56,734 45

298,343 50
43,000 00

2 ,000 00

1,105 32
1,903 47

1,105 32
1,9*03 47

$047,217 55

$848,660 57

$1,495,784 12

$75,000 D
O
25,000 00
6,212 72

$215,000 00
50,000 00

$100,000 00

5,408 75

7,728 09

13,136 84

765,838 48
3,522 91
5,541 03
45 00

10,470 41
1,632 50
409,989 23
765,888 48
3,522 91
5,541 63
45 00

41,500 00
246 38
2,602 02

41,900.00
246 38
2,092 02

Liabilities—
Capital stock paid in_________________________ _______
Surplus _____________________________ ______________ :----Undivided profits,, less expens s and taxes paid1-------Other existing profits collected, but n ot in undivided
profits account _____________________ _______________
Bills payable (including certificates o f d eposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )______________________
N o te s

r e d is c o u n t e d

_________________________________________

Deposits, due_to, banks-----------------------------------------------Dividends unpaid1 ____ *___________________________ —
Individual deposits subject t o check_________________
Savings deposits1-____________________________________
Demand certificates o f deposit______________________
Time certificates o f deposit___________________________
Certified checks __________________________________
Cashier’s checks ___________ ___________ _____________
State, cou nty and1 municipal deposits___ ___________
P osta l savings deposits________________________ - ___ _
Other lia b ilities.-------------------------------- ------------------------T ota ls
N o t e .— The above statement

Gustine.




75,000 00
0,212 72

10,470 41
1,032 50
409,989! 28

$047,217 59

$848,566 57

$1,495,784 12

includes the business o f branch offices at Crows L anding and

188

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

268.

BANK OF GEYSERVILLE.
GEYSERVILLE,
Incorporated June 22, lOos.

Officers—C. B. Shaw, President; W . A. Black, Vlce-Prfsddtent; H . E'. Black, Secretary, Treasurer
and Cashier; E. L. W isecarver, Assistant Cashier.
Directors—C. B. Shaw, F. E. Sohler, W . A. Black, H . E. Black, J. H. Meyer.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.

Resources—
Loans and discounts___________________________ __
O verdrafts _______________________________________
Bonds, warrants and other securities,____________
B ank premises, furniture and fixtures__________
Safe d eposit vaults__________ _________ _____ ____
Oth r real estate owned_________________________
Due fro m reserve banks________ _____ ___________
Due from other banks___ ________________________
A ctual cash on hand______________________________
E xchanges fo r clearing house-----------------------------Checks and other cash item s_____________________
Other r e s o u r c e s ___ ,______________________________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)__________________
Notes, drafts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)____

Commercial
$106,700 15
26 53
5,000 00
3,000 00

Savings
$69,373 10
50,460 00
6,000 00

Combined
$176,073 25
26 53
55,450 00
9,000 00

17,904 98

2,908 92

20,813 90

7,378 35

3,410 64

10,788 99

.

—
—

—

$140,010 01

$132,142 66

$272,152 67

$15,000 00
10,000 00
2,251 68

$10,000 00
2,600 00
2,514 10

$25,000 00
12,500 00
4,765 78

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in_____________________________
S u r p l u s ____ ,_______________ ____ —________________
Undivided' profits, less expenses and taxes p a id —
Other existing profits collected, b ut n ot in undivided1
profits account ____________________________________
Bills p ayable (including certificates o f deposit repre
sen ting m oney borrowed!)-------------------------------------Notes rediscounted _____________________ _____________
Deposits, due t o banks----------------------------------------------Dividends u n p a i d _______ i ----------------------------------------Individual deposits subject to cheek___________ _____
Savings deposits ------------------------------------------------------Demand certificates o f deposit___ ___________________
Tim s certificates o f deposit_________________________
Certified c h e c k s ------------------- -------------------------------------Cashier’s cheeks ___________ __________________________
State, cou nty and municipal deposits_______________
P osta l savings deposits____________________________
Other liabilities _____ ________________________________
T o t a ls




—

82,674 48

82,674
117,128
2,036
28,047

117,128 56
2,066 m
28,0147 20

—

—

—

$140,010 01

$132,142 06

48
56
65
20

—

$272,150 67

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

269.

189

COMMERCIAL AND SAVINGS BANK OF STOCKTON.
STOCKTON.
Incorporated June 20, 1908.

Officers— John B aggio, President; E. P. Harris, Vice-President; G. H. H arris, Vice-President;
P. A . Meyer1 Secretary, Treasurer, Cashier and1 A ssistant Cashier; L ou is B ad galu pi,
,
A ssistant Cashier.
Dir ctors—John B ag gio, E. F. H arris, J. A. P atterson, W m . Snow, J. S- Silva, N. Copello,
P. J. Dietrich, P . Pezzi, R alph V ignolo, G. H . Harris, Chas. Moreing, W . S1 M ontgom ery,
.
Ed'. C. W agner, Chas. L. Meumiller, Joh n H ancock.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.

Resources—
Loans and discounts___________________ _____________
O verdrafts ____________________________________ ____ —
Bonds, warrants and other securities_______________
Bank premises', furniture and fixtures_____ ,_________
Safe deposit vaults---------------------------------------------------Other real estate owned_____________________________
Due from reserve banks_____________________________
Due fro m other banks____________ ______ ___________
A ctual cash o n hand——,___ — -__________ _____ ______
E xchanges fo r clearing house...______________________
Checks and other cash item s________________________
Other resources ________________________________ ______
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)________________________
N otes, drafts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)_________
T otals

Commercial
11,314,581
2,839
271,782
114,364

98
16
26
73

Savings
$2,880,469 54

Combined

20,000 00

260,381 41
1,42817
160,308 44
35,972 94
5,020 46
82,582 64

$2,284,262 17

200,000 CO

$4,225,061 52
2,839 15
709,2146 21
314,354 73
20,000 00

2,547 19
279,181 42
139,988 77

2,547 19
544,562 83
1,428 17
300,242,21
35,972 94
5,025 40
82,582 64

$3,969,600 87

$6,243,853 04

$250,000 00
80,000 00
62,915 10

$500,000 00
130,000 00
89,881 58

487,463 95

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in----- ----------------------- --------------------Surplus ........................... .......... — ------------- --------------------Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid_____
Other existing profits collected, b u t n o t in undivided
profits a c c o u n t _____________________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oo y b orrow ed )---------------------------------------N otes rediscounted _______________________ ---------------Deposits, due to banks_______________________________
Dividend's unpaid ------------------------------------------------------Individual deposits subject to check_________________ _
Savings deposits ____________________________________
Demand certificates o f d eposit______________________
Tim e certificates o f deposit__________________________
Certified checks ______________________________________
Cashier’s checks _____________________________________
S tat°, cou nty and municipal deposits----------------------P osta l savingsi deposits______________________________
Other liabilities -------------------- -------------------------------------T o t a ls




$230,000 00 ^
50,000 00
26,966 48

165,144 74
17,660 00
1,575,233 13
3,439,563 18
15,516 50
36,938 74

165,144
17,660
1,575,233
3,439,563
15,546
36,903
14,325
25,331
170,000

74
00
13
18
50
74
92
40
00

14,325 92
25,331 40
80,000 00

90,000 00

64,044 00

218 85

64,262 85

$2,284,252 17

$3,969,600 87

$6,243,853 04

190

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

273.

THE GRANITE SAVINGS BANK.
MONROVIA.
Incorporated July 27, 1003.

Officers—W. M. Baird, President; M. S. P ottenger, Vice-President; Chas. Anderson, Vice-President;
Augustus Adam s, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; R. H . Bush, A ssistant Secretary,
Assistant Cashier and A ssistant Treasurer.
Directors—Henry M orris ,t Chas. Anderson, M. R. W illiams, M. S. P ottenger, Augustus Adam s
W . M. Baird, F. M. P ottenger.
Statem ent of June 30, 1919.

Resources

Commercial
Loans and discounts______________________ . __________
___________
O v e r d r a ft s ___________________________________________ _
___________
B onds, warrants and other securities_________________
___________
B ank premises, furniture and fixtures________________
___________
Safe deposit v a u lts ......... ................... ..................................
........ ............
Other real estate owned_______ _______________________
___________
Due from reserve b a n k s ...________ ____________________ ___________
Due from other banks________________________________
___________
A ctual cash on hand__________________________________
___________
Exchanges for clearing house_________________________
___________
Checks and other cash items_____ ___________________
___________
Other resou rces____________ ______ _____ _____________
___________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)___ ___________________ _______ _______
Notes, d rafts, or bills o f exchange (lim ited)_________
___________
T o ta l______________________________ ______ ___________

Savings
$214,392 44

Combined

35,234 00
7,180 00
2,000 00
___________
14,424 05
7,411 40
6,253 77
___________
2 75
8 60
______ _____
___________

.................
__________
................
^__________
___________
___________
___________
___________
______ ____
___________
___________
___________

___________

$286,907 01

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid i n . . . ........................ ............ ..................
Surplus ________________ ;______________________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid______
Other existing profits collected, but n o t in Undivided
profits a c c o u n t _____ ^______________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )___________________________
Notes rediscounted ___________________________________
Deposits, due t o banks-------- ---------------------------------------Dividends u n p a id _____________________________________
Individual deposits subject to check-------- ------- ----------Savings deposits . . . ___________________________________
Demand certificates o f deposit------------------------------------Tim e certificates o f deposit-----------------------------------------Certified ch e ck s ____ , ------------------------------ ---------------- —
Cashier's ch eck s________ ——..........■ ............ ................-—
State, county and municipal d e p o s it s ....------------------P osta l savings deposits------------- ---------- ------------; ---------Other lia b ilities_______________________________________

....................
___________
___________

$25,000 00
4,900 00
926 10

___________
___________
-----------------___________
-----------------___________
------------------------------------------------------------------—
----------------------------------___________

___________
___________
-----------------750 00
241,813 41
830 00
------------------

T o t a l _____________________________________________________

____________




----------------------------------12,500 00
-----------------18? 50
$286,907 01

191

R E P O R T O P S U P E R IN T E N D E N T O P B A N K S .

275.

WHITTIER SAVINGS BANK.
WHITTIER.
Incorporated A ugust 14, 1903.

Officers—A. C. Maple, President C. A. Carden Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier.
Directors—W . V. Coffin, O. W . M auisby, W . H . C rook, John Crook,. A. C. Maple, F. W . H adley,
Fred L. Pease.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.
IicSOUTCCS—

L oans nnd discounts -----------O verdrafts . ____ __________________ ___________________
B onds, warrants and other securities------------------------Bank premises, furniture and fixtures— .................... . .
Safe deposit vaults------------------------------------- ------- ---------Other real estate owned_______________________________
Due from reserve banks........ ............................... . -----------Due from other banks------------- ------- -----------------------------A ctual cash o n hand— , ---------------------------------------------Exchanges fo r clearing house--------------------------------------Checks and other cash ite m s .,------------Other re s o u rc e s ________________________ ______ ________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)-----------------------------------Notes, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited ).________
T o ta ls __________________________ ________________ ____

Commercial

Savings

Combined

$86,003 23
. . . ________
27,093 28
......... ..........
-----------------___________
9,937 94
-----------------8,000 00
----- 1______
10,838 90
___________
-----------------___________

$495,423 00
___________
218,671 39
32,817 78
4,000 00
___________
74,803 40
-----------------20,898 70
___________
12,885 90
315 38
----------10,000 00

$581,426 23

$141,873 35

$869,815 55

$1,011,688 90

$20,000 00
1,000 00
___________

$65,00(1 00
12,000 00
4,449 32

$85,000 00
13,000 00
4,449 32

235 90

235 90

245,764 67
32,817 78
4,000 00
84,741 34
28,898 70
23,724 80
315 38
10,000 00

Liahilities—
C apital stock paid in.................... .......... ................... .........
Surplus -------------- ---------------- --------------------------------------- 1
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid______
Other existing profits collected, but n ot in undivided
profits account _____________________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )-----------------------------------------Notes rediscounted ----------------------------- ----------- -----------Deposits, due t o banks------------------------------------------------Dividends unpaid — -------- ------------------- ---------- -----------Individual deposits subject to cheek---------------------------Savings deposits ______________________________________
Demand certificates o f deposit------------------------------------Time certificates o f deposit.................................................
Certified c h e c k s _______________________________________
Cashier’s c h e c k s ----------- ------- ------------- ------------------------'State, cou nty and municipal deposits------------------------P osta l savings deposits----------------- -----------------------------Other lia b ilitie s _______________________________________
T ota ls— ______ ________________ ________ ____________

13—48942




___________
------------------------------------------------------------------111,284 24
___________
-----------------............... —
___________
9,589 11
----------------------------------___________

---------------------------------------------------4^275 oo
___________
751,609 99
-----------------30,484 49
___________
---------------------------------------------------1,760 85

$141,873 35

$869,815 55

4,275 00
111,284 24
751,609 99
30,484 49
9,589 11

1,760 85
$1,011,688 90-

192

R E P O R T OP S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

276.

OP B A N K S.

PLUMAS COUNTY BANK.
QUINCY.
Incorporated September 2, 1903.

Officers—A. H . Bar, President and M anager; Ed H uskinson, Vice-President; H. S. Lee, Secretary;
Zita A rm strong, A ssistant Secretary; H . H . B ar, Treasurer and Cashier; Jean H . Stuart,
A ssistant Cashier.
Directora—Clark J. Lee, Ed Huskinson, H . S. Lee, W . J. Clinch, A. H. Bar.

S ta te m e n t of June 30, 1919.
Resources —
L oa n s and discou n ts.—______ _______________
O verdrafts . ........— ............n________________
B onds, warrants and other securities_______
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures_______
S afe deposit vaults__________________________
Other real estate owned_____________________
Due from reserve banks_____________________
Due from other banks-----------------------------------A ctual casli on hand-------------------------------------Exchanges fo r clearing house_______________
Checks and other cash item s________ _____
Other resou rces_____________________________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)_____________
N otes, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (limited).
Totals.

Commercial
$144,212 75
34,977 53
10,252 50
295
66,317
6,860
16,406

34
10
02
95

Savings
$134,663 00
11,050 00

14,358 95
9,147 00
4,471 75

412 96
758 71

Combined
$278,875 75
46,0517 53
10,252 50
295
80,676
16,007
20,878

34
05
02
70

412 98
758 71

$280,493 88

$173,690 70

$454,184 58

C apital stock paid in_________________________ ______ .
$30,500 00
Surplus ________________________ ____________________ 1,500 00
458 35
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid______
Other existing profits .collected, but n o t in undivided
profits a c c o u n t ___________________________________ —
Bills payable (including certificates o f d ep osit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )----------------------------------------------------------Notes rediscounted ______________________________ ____
___________
Deposits, due to banks________________________________
___________
Dividends u n p a id -------------------------------------------------------------------------Individual deposits subject to check-------- ------- ---------197,714 43
Savings deposits ------------- ------- ----------------------------------------------------Demand certificates o f deposit________________________
180 00
Time certificates o f d e p o s it .._________________________
25,500 00
Certified ch e ck s _______________________________________
211 10
Cashier’s c h e c k s ______________________________________
230 00
State, cou n ty and municipal deposits------------------------20,000 00
P osta l savings- deposits----------------------------------------------------------------Other lia b ilitie s -------------- --------------------------------------------4,200 00

$9,500 00
7,500 00
___________

$40,000 00
9,000 00
458 85

$280,493 88

$173,690 70

Liabilities —

T ota ls.




-----------------___________
___________
—
--------------.--------153,690 70
-----------------3,000 00
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

197,714
153,690
180
28,500

43
70
00
00

211 10
230 00
20,000 00

4,200 00
$454,184 58

R E PO R T OP S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

277.

193

OP B A N K S .

THE PEOPLES SAVINGS BANK.
HANFORD.
Incorporated October 15, 1903.

Officers—W. V. Buckner, President; Chas. A. Khnble, Vice-President; H . E. W right, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier.
Directors—W . V. Buckner, Chas. A. Kimble, Jos. Schnereger, S. E. Railsback, H. E. W right.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.
R esou rces—

Commercial

Loans and discounts------------------------------------------------------------------- O v e r d r a ft s ______________________ ______ ___ __________
___________
Bonds, warrants and other securities----------- . . . ____ _
___________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures________________
___________
S a fe deposit v a u lt s ..-------- ------------------------------------------------------------Other real estate owned_____ ____ ____ _____ ____ ________ __________
Due from reserve banks_______________________ ____ —
___________
Due from other banks-------------------------------------------------- -----------------A ctual cash on hand........ .......... ....................................................... ............
Exchanges fo r clearing house____________________ .’___
___________
Checks and other caslr items-------------------------------------------------------Other re s o u rc e s -------------------- -------------------------------------------------------Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)________________________
___________
Notes, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)_________
___________
T o ta l---------------------------------------------------------------------------

Savings
$207,543 76
___________
11,162 00
___________
---------------- 1,268 O
S
7,568 74
-----------------4,038 34
___________
----------------------------------___________
___________

------------------

$231,580 92

-----------------___________
___________

$25,000 00
6,250 00
59,485 38

___________
___________
-----------------___________

3,500 00
340 00
-----------------137,005 54

Liabilities —
Capital stock paid in--------------------------------------------------Surplus _______________________________________________
Undivided profits, less expenses rind taxes p a id ______
Other existing profits collected, but n ot in undivided
profits a c c o u n t .............................. ..................................
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b o r r o w e d ).......................... ......... ..........
Notes rediscounted ___________________________________
Deposits, due t o banks________________ I ____ . . _______
Dividends u n p a id _____________________________________
Individual deposits subject to check--------------------------Savings d e p o s its ____________ ______ _______ ____ ______
Demand certificates o f deposit________
Time certificates o f deposit----------------Certified ch e c k s ______________________
Cashier’s checks _____________________
State, cou nty and municipal deposits.
P osta l savings deposits----------------------Other lia b ilitie s ______________________
T ota l.




$231,580 92

Combined
___________
___ ________
___________
----------------___________
___________
----------------___________
--------------------------------___________
___

194

R E P O R T OF S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

279.

OF B A N K S .

HOME SAVINGS BANK OF WHITTIER.
WHITTIER.
Incorp orated October 31,1903.

Officers—Geo. L. Hazzard, President; A. H .'D un lap, Vice-President; A. C. Johnson, Vice-President
and M anager; W . E. Butler, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; E. W . Reider, A ssistant
Secretary; J. Josephine B ra brook , Assistant Cashier.
Directors—Geo. L. H azzard, A . H . Dunlap, W . E. Butler, Frederick W . Smith, T . L . G ooch,
A. C. Johnson, E. W . Reider, S. M. Smith, C. Sorensen.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.
R cS 0U V C 68

L oans and discounts---------------------------------------------------O v e r d r a ft s ____________________________________________
Bonds, warrants and other securities____ ____ _______
B ank premises, furniture and fixtures________________
Safe deposit vaults----- ------- ---------- ------------- -----------------Other real estate owned-----------------------------------------------Due from reserve hanks-----------------------------------------------Due from other banks---------------------------- ------- ------------A ctual cash on hand---------------------------------------------- -----Exchanges fo r clearing house_________ . _______________
Checks and other cash items--------------------------------------Other res ou rces ..........—---------- ---------------— ----------------Bankers’ acceptances ( l i m i t e d ) . ____ __________ ____ _
N otes, d ra fts, or bills o f exchange (lim ited)_________
T otal.

Commercial
----------------___________
___________
___________
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------___________
--------------------------------___________
___________

Savings
$523,663 40

Combined
___________

321,016 84
17,250 00
6,750 00
183,261 26

27,817 48
1,113 36
10,541 63
32,000 00
$1,123,413 97

..
___________

Liabilities —
C apital stock paid i n . . . .................................... .................
S u rp lu s _______________________________________ ________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes p a id ______
Other existing profits collected, but n o t in undivided
profits a c c o u n t ------------------- -------------------------------------Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )-----------------------------------------Notes re d is co u n te d -------- ------- 1---------------------------------- Deposits, due to banks-------------------------------------------------Dividends u n p a id --------------------------------------------------------Individual deposits subject t o check--------------------------Savings deposits --------------------------------------------------------Demand certificates o f deposit------------------------------------Tim e certificates o f d eposit---------------------------------------■ .
>
Certified ch e ck s -------- --------------------------------------------------Cashier’s c h e c k s ----------------------- ---------------------------------State, cou n ty and m unicipal deposits----------------- ------P o s ta l savings deposits-----------------------------------------------Other lia b ilitie s _______________________________________
T ota l.




$80,000 00
40,000 00
5,190 59

4,800 00
975,569 25
17,854 13

$1,123,413 97

.....................
______ - ____
___________

R E PO RT O P S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

281.

195

OP B A N K S .

BANK OF ARROYO GRANDE.
ARROYO GRANDE.
Incorporated N ovem ber 7, 1903.

Officers—M. R. Swall, President and M anager: S. A. Dana, Vice-President; W . A. C onrad, Jr.,
Secretary; Jos. S. Gibson, Treasurer end Cashier; Joseph B. Gibson, A ssistant Cashier.
Directors—M. R. Swall, S. A. Dana, Peter Oloha
r A. Conrad,, Jr., L . C. Routzahn,
.
I. Benchimol, Paul M. Gregg.

1919.
Resources —
Loans and discou n ts--— -----------------------------O v e r d r a ft s ---------------------------- ------------------------Bonds, warrants and other securities------------Bank premises, furniture and fixtures______
Safe deposit vaults-----------------------------------------Other real estate owned______________________
Due from reserve banks------------------- ------- ------Due from other banks..........—.......... - ........ ........
A ctual cash on hand-------------------------------- -----Exchanges fo r clearing house________________
Checks and other cash items----------------- -------Other resources . . . ___________________________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)_______________
Notes, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited).
Totals.

Commercial
$127,412 50
86 94
144,565 00
12,250 00

Combined

Savings
$80,685 00

$208,097
86
163,545
12,250

18,960 00

50
94
00
00

46,384 75

725 00
4,804 29

725 00
51,189 04

21,629 28

2,784 90

24,414 18

6 24

—

6 24

—

—

$352,334 71

$107,979 19

$460,313 90

$35,009 00

$15,000 00

$50,000 00

1,134 64

6,473 00

Liabilities —
C apital stock paid in--------------------------------------------------S u rp lu s________________________________________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid---------Other existing profits collected, but n o t in undivided
profits account ............. ............................... .....................
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney borrow ed)---------------------------------- ------Notes redis«)unted' ___________________________________
Deposits, due to banks------------------------------------------------Dividends u n p a id _____________________________________
Individual deposits subject to check--------------------------Savings d e p o s it s _____ ____ ___________________________
Demand certificates o f deposit-----------------------------------Time certificates o f deposit-----------------------------------------Certified ch e c k s -----------------------------------------------------------Cashier’s checks ______________________________________
State, cou nty and municipal deposits------------------------P osta l savings deposits-----------------------------------------------Other liabilities .....................................................................
T otals.




-

8,000 00

5,338 36

4,574 74

8,000 00

___________

210,560 47
88,923 85
100 00
77,350 44

2,920 70

210,560 47
88,923 85
100 00
80,27114

11,410 70

11,410 70

$352,334 71

4,574 74

$107,979 19

$460,313 90

196

REPORT

282.

O P S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

OP B A N K S.

“ BANK OF PACIFIC GROVE.”
PACIFIC GROVE.
Incorporated N ovem ber 17, 1903.

Officers—E. S. Johnson, President; Chas D. Henry, Vice-President; Geo. W . E ckhardt, Secretary.
Treasurer and Cashier; W illiam B ontadelli, A ssistant Cashier.
Directors—A. J. McNab, Charles D. Henry, C. N. Bennett, D. T . Welch, M. M. McPherson,
E. S. Jdhnston, George W . E ckhardt.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.

Resources—

T o ta ls -------------- ---------------------------------- ---------- -------------

Commercial
$74,426
609
115,412
2,030
3,000

23
28
50
00
00

Savings
$157,795 29
153,625 00
15,000 00

8,100

8,100 00

71,388 00
5,658 73
16,202 55

Combined
$232,221 52
609
269,037
17,000
3,000

19,477 90
7,980 00

§ 8 8 8 8 8 f2
8

L oans and discounts__________________________________
O v e r d r a ft s ____________________________________________
B onds, warrants and other securities_________________
B ank premises, furniture and fixtures_______________
Safe deposit vaults___________________ _________ _____
Other real estate owned_________________________ - _____
Due from reserve banks-----------------------------------------------Due from other banks________________________________
A ctual cash on hand__________________________________
Exchanges fo r clearing house___________ _____ _______
Checks and other cash items_________________________
Other res ou rces _______________________________________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)________ ________________
N otes, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)_________

90,865
5,658
24,182 55
798 44
15|782 00

798 44
15,782 00

$313,377 73

$353,878 19

$667,255 92

$35,000 00
5,000 00
4,795 47

$15,000 00
17,000 00
121 19

$50,003 00

Liabilities —
C apital stock paid in--------------------------------------------------Surplus -------------------- ---------------------------------r---------------Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes p a id---------Other existing profits collected, but n o t in undivided
profits account _____________________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b o rro w e d )-—............................................
Notes rediscounted '1 .--------------------------------------------------Deposits, due to banks_____________________ _____ ____
Dividends u n p a id --------------------------------------------------------Individual deposits subject t o check--------------------------Savings d e p o s its ---------------------------------------------- -----------Demand certificates o f deposit________________________
Tim e certificates o f deposit___________________________
Certified ch e ck s -----------------------------------------------------------Cashier’ s checks ---------------------------------- —.........................
State, cou n ty and municipal deposits^...................... —
P osta l savings d e p o s it s ______________________________
Other lia b ilities_______________________________________
T ota ls.




222,905 25
321,757 00
963 15
17,555 58

10 00
385
25,000
1,734
28

00
00
88
40

$313,377 73

$353,878 19

22,000 00

4,916 66

222,905
321,757
963
17,555
10
385
25,000
1,734
28

25
00
15
58
00
00
00
88
40

$667,255 92

R E PO R T O F S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

284.

197

OF B A N K S .

SAVINGS BANE OF MENDOCINO COUNTY.
UKIAH.
Incorporated Novem ber 28, 1908.

Officers—J. M. Mannon, President; J. L. McCracken, Vice-President; Dr. G. W . S tou t, Secretary;
A rthur L. T racy, Treasurer and Cashier; W illiam Brom ley, Assistant Cashier.
Directors—A. L. T racy, J. M. Mannon, J. L. McCracken, George W . S tout, Otis Redemeyer.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.
Resources —
L oans and discounts_________________________________
O v e r d r a ft s ............. ................. - ..............- ____ ___________
Bonds, warrants and other securities________________
Bank premises, furniture and fixturer_______________
Safe deposit vaults___________________________ ____ ___
Other real estate owned__________________________ ____
Due from reserve banks_____ ________________________
Due from other banks----------------- ------- ---------- --------------A ctual cash on h a n d ..----------- ---------------------------- --------Exchanges fo r clearing house----------- --------------------------Checks and other cash items__________________________
Other re s o u rc e s _______________________________________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)________________________
Notes, d ca fts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)_____ _
T ota ls_______________________________ ______ — ............

Commercial
$117,151 41
530 32
32,083 95
4,250 00

Savings
$192,014 41
115,791 75
25,700 00

Combined
$309,165 82
530 32
147,875 70
29,950 00

39,811 26

41,921 07

81,732 33

8,565"53

10,568 84

19,134 37

1,274 79
8,450 41

5,000 00

1,274 79
13,450 41

$212,117 67

$390,996 07

$603,113 74

$20,000 00
5,000 00
3,828 67

$30,003 00
10,000 00
444 52

$50,000 00
15,000 00
4,273 19

165 08

165 08

__________
350,256 20

157,039 65
350,256 20

Liabilities —
C apital stock paid in_________________________________
Surplus -----------------------------------------------------------------------Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid______
Other existing profits collected, but n o t in undivided
profits account _____________________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )-----------------------------------------N otes red iscou n ted ______ _________ ________ _________
Deposits, due to banks_________________ ____ __________
Dividends u n p a id _____________________________________
Individual deposits subject t o check-------------------------Savings d e p o s it s ______________________________________
Demand certificates o f deposit-----------------------------------Time certificates o f deposit-----------------------------------------Certified c h e ck s _______________________________________
Cashier’s checks ______________________________________
State, cou nty and municipal deposits------------------------P osta l savings deposits-----------------------------------------------Other lia b ilitie s _______________________________________
T otals.




157,039 65
..... ...........
5,581 53

__________

5,581 53

866 78

______ -___

866 78

10,000 00

___________

10,000 00

3,161 88
6,639 16

__________
130 27

3,161 88
6,769 43

$212,117 67

$390,996 07

$603,113 74

198

R E P O R T O P S U P E R IN T E N D E N T O P B A N K S .

285.

“ CONTRA COSTA COUNTY BANK.”
PITTSBURG.
Incorporated N ovem ber 30, 1808.

Officers—W . E . Creed, President; J. W . Buchanan, Vice-President; G. T o d a ro , Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier; Miss N. C anevaro, A ssistant Cashier.
Directors—W . E. CTeed, W . J. Buchanan, C. J. W o o d , G. T o d a ro , A. S barboro, Otis Iidveridge,
N. Canevaro.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.
Resources —
l o a n s and discounts_________________________________
O verdrafts ___________________________________ ________
B onds, w arrants and oth er securities_______________
B an k premises, furniture and fixtures_______________
S afe d ep osit vaults_________________ ________________
Other real estate owned_____________________________
Due from res rve banks_____________________________
Due from other banks_______________________________
A ctual cash on hand_____________________ ____________
E xchanges fo r clearing house_______________________
Checks and other cash items_________________________
Other resources ______________________________________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)___ __________________
Notes, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)_______
T o ta ls _____________________________ _________________

Commercial
$100,986
367
131,961
2,222
1,900

Savings

20
11
28
38
31

$196,490 24

60,151 30
0,113 32
41,017 20

84,210 30

302,070 20
8,617 60

Combined
$207,426 44
867 11
434,007 48'
10,840 07
1,900 31

29,890 06

144,361 60
5,113 32
70,946 32

327 51
66 37

1,788 75

327 51
1,855 12

$344,072 04

$623,088 24

$967,154 28

$42,500 00
5,500 00
3,587 84

$27,600 00
20,500 00

$70,000 00
35,000 00
3,087 84

Liabilities —

2,800 00
277,837 12
544,130 08

Cashier’s checks _____ _____ ______ ____________ ____

1,130
1,300
347
1,315

State, cou nty and m unicipal deposits------------------------P osta l savings deposits-------- -------------------------------------Other liabilities ________________________ ______________

7,660 00
34 07

T ota ls ____




87
00
84
30

$344,072 04

12,662 50
9,384 66

$623,082 24

2,800
277,807
544,135
1,130
1,300
347
1,315
12,562
17,034
34

00
12
08
S8S823

C apital stock p a id in________ _______________________
Surplus ___________ _____ : ______!_____ __________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes p a id -------Other existing profits collected, b u t n o t in undivided
profits a c c o u n t _________________________________ _
Bills p ayable (including certificates o f d ep osit repre­
senting m oney borrow ed')__________________________
N otes rediscounted' _____________________________ !------Deposits, due t o banks______________________________
Dividends unpaid -----------------------------------------------------Individual deposits subject t o check--------------------------Savings deposits _____ _______________________________
Demand certificate!# o f d eposit______________________
Tim e certificates o f d p osit_______________ __________
Certified checks ______________________________________

66
07

$967,154 28

199

R E P O R T O P S U P E R IN T E N D E N T O P B A N K S .

286.

SAN MATEO COUNTY SAVINGS BANK.
REDWOOD CITY.
Incorporated December 28, 1908.

Officers—It. P. Behrens, President and Treasurer; A . D. W alsh, Vice-President; P . K. Towne,
Secretary and Cashier; E. R. W biteh :ad , A ssistant Cashier.
Directors—L. P. Behrens, P. P. C ham berlain,- Chas. H olbrook , E. Avenali, Geo. O. Ross,
A . D. 'W alsh, J. L. Ross.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.

Resources—
OverdTafts _________ ____________________________ ____
Bonds, w arrants and other securities___ ____________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures_______________
S afe deposit vaults__________________________________
Other real estate owned—. ____ __________
Du? from other banks_________ _________ ___________
A ctual cash on hand_________ _______________________
Exchanges fo r clearing house------------------------------------

Commercial

Combined

Savings
$481,578 16
465,313 00
9,0001 00

—

—

8,101 00
51,829 00
22,500 00

—

___ _ _
_

Other resources .
—
__________ _____
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)___ __________________
Notes, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)_______

.....................

—

T o ta l _______________________________________________

___________

$1,038,318 22

___________
___________
___________

$100,000 00
25,000 00
28,718 54

_

___________

Liabilities —
C apital stock paid in---------------------------- ---------- —_____
Surplus ________________________________________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and’ taxes p a id ----- —
Other existing p rofits collected, b ut n o t in undivided
profits account _____________________ ___________ —
Bills p ayable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m on y b orrow ed )-------------------- --------------------_
Notes r e d is c o u n t e d _______ , _________________________
Deposits, due t o banks____________________ ________
Dividends u n p a i d ____________________________________
Individual deposits subject t o check— _____ ________
Savings d e p o s i t s ____ _______________________________
Demand certificates o f deposit—____ _________________
Tim e certificates o f deposit__________________________
Certified cheeks _______________________ _____ ________
Cashier’s checks _____________________________________
Rtat", cou n ty and municipal deposits._______________
P osta l savings deposits.................. .......... ............ ............
Other lia b ilitie s ___ . _______ _________________________
T ota l




_____
_____
_____

___________
-----------------___________
____________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
........ .........—
___________

7,343 00

—

852,251 68

25,000 00

$1,038,318 22

___

200

R E P O R T O F S U P E R IN T E N D E N T O F B A N K S .

287.

COMMERCIAL BANK OF UKIAH.
UKIAH.
In corp ora ted December 18, 1903.

Officers—W . P . T hom as, President; H . B. Muir, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer
Cashier; J. G. T hom as, A ssistant Cashier.
D irectors—W. P. Thom as, H . B. Muir, P. C onnolly, L. E. C raw ford, George W . S cott.

and

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.
ResourcesL oa n s and discounts_______________ __________________
O verdrafts ___________ _______________________________
B onds, warrant® and other securities_______________
B ank premises, furniture and fixtures___________ ___ _
Safe d eposit v a u lts ,--------------------------------------------------Other real estate owned---------------------------u--------------Due from reserve banks------------------------------------------ —
Due from other banks_________________ ______ ______
A ctual cash on hand_________________________________
E xch an g s fo r clearing house-------------------------------------Checks and mother cash items________________________
Other resources _____________________________________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)______________________
Note®, drafts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)___ - ___
T o ta ls

Commercial
$146,342
2,093
67,800
13,980

"Savings
$120,273 00

01
92
00
95

3,019 50
58,335 45

23y000 00

6,114 68
26,496 35

2,003
90,800
13,980
3,019 62
56,335 45

—

87,128 79

Combiued

18,398 38

55,527 17
6,114 68
26,496 36

—

—

$301,268 67

$161,671 38

$522,935 05

$40,000 00
20,000 00
5,878 79

$10,000 00
5,000 00
1,311 39

$50,000 00
25,000 00
7,190 18

Liabilities —
C apital stock paid in-------------------------------------------------Surplus ___________ __________ __________________________
U ndivided profits, less expenses and' taxes paid_____
Other existing profits collected, b u t n o t in undivided
profits account -------------------------------------------------------Bills pa ya b le (including certificates o f d ep osit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )_____ __________________ —
Note® r e d is c o u n te d ----------------------------------------------------Deposits, due to banks-----------------------------------------------Dividends unpaid ____________________________________
Individual deposits subject t o check_______________
S avings deposits -------- -----------------------------------------------D m and certificates o f deposit_____ _________________
Tim e certificates o f d eposit_________________________
Certified c h e c k s ___________________ ________________ __
_
Cashier’ s checks _____________________________________
State, cou nty and municipal deposits-----------------------P osta l savings deposit®------------------- ------- . . ----------------Other liabilities ______________________________ _____ —
Total® __




24,865 10
230,130 28

..
_______
145,359 90

24,805 10
230,182 28
145,350 99

387 50

20,000 00
367 50

20,000 00

20,000 00

20,000 00

$301,268 67

$161,671 38

$522,985 05

R E PO R T O P S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

288 AND 288A.

201

OP B A N K S .

THE ANALY SAVINGS BANK.
SEBASTOPOL.

Incorporated February 18, 1901.
Officers—A. B. Swain, President; A. P. C ockran, Vice-President; -H . B. F uilir, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier; T h om a s Silk, Assistant Cashier.
Directors—H enry Hess, R obert Cunningham, A. B. Swain, A . P. Cochran, T hom as Silk.

S tatem e n t of Juiie 30, 1919.
Resources —
L oa n s and! discounts____ r------------------------------------------O verdrafts ____________ _____ - _________ _____ _______
B onds, warrants and other securities___ ___________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures_______________
Safe deposit vaults____ _______ ___________ .___________
Other real estate owned________________ J
-----------------Due from reserve banks........ .......... — ------------------ -----Due from other banks-----------------------------------------------A ctual cash o n hand___________ ___________ s
_________
Exchanges fo r clearing house_______________________
Checks and other cash item s________________________
Other resources _______________ ______, _____________ j
_
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)______________________
Notes, drafts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)----------T ota ls _____________ _______________________ _________

Commercial
$7,000 00

Savings
$302,901 01

Combined
$300,991 61

42,987 SO

44,375 00
17,000 00

87,362 50
17,000 00

632 38

5,456 13
1,875 13

6,466 13
2,507 51

2,200 33

9,922 73

12,123 00

2,110 20

387 66

2,497 86

' $54,980 41

$382,007 26

$436,967 67

$10,000 00
3,100 00
17 08

$40,000 00
10,009 00
1,400 12

$60,000 00
13,100 00
1,423 15

8 00

100 00

8 00
18,713 38
330,299 63
2,000 00
100 00

198 61

21,100 00
193 51

$382,007 26

$436,987 67

Liabilities —
C apital stock p a id in________________________________
Surplus ___ _________________________ __________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes p a id_____
Other existing p rofits collected, b u t n ot in undivided
profits account _______________________________ '------Bills p ayable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )_____ i___________________ _
Notes r e d is c o u n t e d __________________________________
Deposits, due to banks_______________________________
Dividends unpaid __----------- --------------- ’________________
Individual deposits subject t o check............................ —
Savings deposits -----------------J______________ _____ ___
Demand certificates o f deposit___ ________ ____________
Tim e certificates o f deposit________________
—
Certified c h e c k s -------------------------------------------------- -------Cashier’s c h e c k s ___ ________ _________________________
State, cou nty and municipal deposits_______________
P osta l savings deposits_____ l________________________
Other liabilities _______________________________
T ota ls ..
N o t e .— The

18,713 38
330,209 63
2,000 00

21,100 00

$94,930 41

a bove statem ent includes the business o f a branch office at Porestville.




202

REPORT

289.

OP S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

OP B A N K S .

SOUTH PASADENA SAVINGS BANK.
SOUTH PASADENA.
Incorp orated February 23, 1904.

Officers—Clyde M. Church, President and Treasurer; W . M. E ason, Vice-President; A. P . Manning,
Secretary and Cashier; W . C. Springer, A ssistant Cashier.
Directors—Jonathan S. D odge, John H . J acobs, Clyde M. Church, W . M. E ason, W . J. Filiey,
F rank A. Jeffers, George V. Kirkwood, A. P . M anning, W m . H enry Smith.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.

Resources

Commercial

L oans and discounts________ ____ ____________________
___________
O v e r d r a ft s ______________ _____ ______________ _____ —_
___________
B onds, warrants and oth er securities_________________
___________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures_________ ______ ___________
S afe deposit vaults____________________________ ______. .
___________
Other real estate owned----- . . . ____ ____ ____ _________
_______ — .
Due from reserve banks___ ,___________________________
___________
Due from other b a n k s.____ ______ _____ ____ ______________ ____ ____
A ctual cash on h a n d .________ __________ ________ _____
— ________
E xchanges fo r clearing house_________________________
___________
Checks and other cash items__________ _______________
___________
Other res ou rces _____________ ■________________________
.
___________
Bankers’ acceptances, (lim ited)________________________
___________
N otes, drafts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)_________
___________
T o ta l_____ ___________________________ _____ __________

Savings
$186,930 88
____ '______
51,290 30
___________
___________
2,677 33
16,180 38
_____ ______
4,746 39
549 96
___________
___________
___________
___________

Combined
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________

___________

$262,375 24

____

.....................
___________
___________

$25,000 00
13,000 00
^ 159 84

____
___
____

JAabilities—
C apital stock paid in............. ........ ....................................
Surplus ______ _______ ________ ________________ _______
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid______
Other existing profits collected, but n o t in undivided
profits a c c o u n t _____________________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )___________________________
Notes rediscounted ___________________________________
Deposits, due t o banks________________________________
Dividends u n p a id ________ ____ _____________ _____ ____
Individual deposits subject t o cheek_________________
Savings d e p o s its _______ _________________ _____ _______
Demand certificates o f d eposit________________________ ,
Time certificates o f d eposit____ ____ ______ __________
Certified ch e ck s _________ ______ _______ ____ __________
Cashier’s c h e c k s _______ ______ _______________________
State, county and m unicipal deposits________________
Postal- savings deposits_________________ _____________
Other lia b ilities______ ______ _________________________

T o ta l____________________ ____ , ______________________

___________

___________

___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
216,011 69
___________
___________
_________
7,203 71
__________ _
___________
____ ___________ _________
_______ ___
___________
___________
___________
___________
1,000 00

..

___________

. . . ________

$262,375 24

Note .—Sold com m ercial departm ent to First N ational Bank o f South P asadena M arch 21, 1919.




R E PO R T OF S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

203

OF B A N K S .

292, 292B, 292D, 292E, 292F, 292H, 292J AND 292K.
HOME SAVINGS BANK OF LOS ANGELES. LOS ANGELES.
Incorporated March 15, 1904.
Officers—A. M. Chaffey, President; F. M. Douglass, Vice-President; L ea S. Chandler, VicePresident; W illiam E. Oliver, Vice-President; H . M. Coffin, Secretary; George E. Reid,
Assistant Secretary and A ud itor; P . C. Kenyon, Assistant Treasurer; R. N. Geller, Assistant
Cashier; H . C. H unt, Assistant Cashier; Geo. E . Jones, Assistant Cashier; Blanche L. Diebter,
Assistant Secretary; L loyd W . McAtee, A ssistant Secretary.
Directors—R. E. W hitley, W . H . Code, J. E . Fishburn, F . M. D ouglass, L eo S. Chandler,
W . H . B rophy, George H anna, R. C. Gillis, P . B . Chase, W . E. Oliver, A. J. Pickrell,
E. R. W ood , T . A. Thom pson, A. M. C haffey, Lee A. Phillips.

S tatem ent of June 30, 1919.
Resources —
1
Loans and discounts__________________
O v e rd ra fts _________________ •
__________
Bonds, warrants and other securities..
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures.
Safe deposit vaults____________________
Other real estate owned_______________
Due from reserve banks_______________
Due from other banks--------------------------A ctual cash on hand----------------------------Exchanges fo r clearing house--------------Checks and other cash item s--------------Other res ou rces _______________________
B ankers’ acceptances (lim ited)________
Notes, drafts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)_________ .
Totals.

Commercial
$1,702,246
954
523,612
50.000
39.000
15,900
434,215

21
11
00
00
00
00
14

388,492
56,937
58,209
1,882

20
83
59
25

1,262,449 33

Savings
$3,477,931 02
3,384,075
75.000
63.000
123,206
675,682

82
00
00
16
04

175,000 00

15,796 64
272,500 -00

Combined
$5,180,177
954
3,907,687
125,000
93,000
139,106
1,109,897

23
11
82
00
00
16
18

563,492
56,937
58,209
17,678
272 500

20
83
59
89
00

$8,262,191 68 $11,524,641 01

Liabilities —

Totals.

$3,262,449 33

$450,000 00
76,800 00
5,801 60

16,159 00
6,707,442 53
290,911 80

375,000 00
89,124 28
250,952 47

16,937
16,159
2,616,913
6,707,442
26,852
290,911
6,302
206,896
375,000
89,124
275,592

49
00
91
53
95

$8,262,191 68 $11,524,641 01

Note .—The above statement includes the business o f branch offices a t L o s Angeles.




$750,000 00
92,300 00
54,140 69

8 8 8 3 8 $

C apital stock paid in_________________________________
$300,000 00
Surplus _______________________________________________
15,500 00
Undivided p rofits, less expenses and taxes p a id______
48,344 99
Other existing profits collected, but n ot in undivided
profits a c c o u n t _____________________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o t deposit repre­
senting m oney borrow ed)-----------------------------------------—........ J____
Notes rediscounted ___________________________________
___________
Deposits, due to banks____________________________ ____
16,937 49
Dividends u n p a id _____________________________________
Individual deposits subject to check--------------------------2,616,913 91
Savings d e p o s its ----------------------- ---------- ----------------------------------------Demand certificates o f deposit________________________
26,852 95
Time certificates o f deposit_____________________ _____
___________
Certified ch e c k s _______________________________________
6,362 90
Cashier’s checks ______________________________________
206,896 70
State, cou nty and municipal deposits-----------------------------------------P osta l savings deposits----------- ---------— ------- ------------- ------------- ---------Other lia b ilities____________________ ____ - .....................24,640 39

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REPORT

293.

OE S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

OP B A N K S .

“ FIRST BANK OF HIGHLAND.”
HIGHLAND.
Incorporated March 28, 1904.

Officers—G. T. Henslee, President; C. A. Sherrod, Vice-President; J. M. Spaulding, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier; K. M. Pennoek, Assistant Cashier.
Directors—J. W . Corwin, C. A. Sherrod, G. T. Henslee, M. M. Randell, W . H. Raddeck, J. T . Wells,
J. L. Yarnell, G. V . Cadwallader, D. H. Riehardson.

S tatem ent of June 30, 1919.
Resources —
Loans and discounts_____ 2_________________
O verdrafts --------- ------------------------ -----------------Bonds, w-arrants and other securities_______
B ank premises, furniture and fixtures______
Safe deposit vaults_________________________
Other real estate owned--------------------------------Due fro m reserve banks_____ ________ _____
Due from other banks----------- _______________
A ctual caish on hand________________________
Exchanges fo r clearing house_______________
Cheeks and other cash items_______________
Other resou rces____ ______ _________________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)______________
Notes, d rafts, o r bills o f exchange (limited)

Commercial
$129,943 71
261 14
33,796 13
11,275 00
4,810 40
45,223 00
3,555 24
12,714 75

■Savings
$37,376 00
16,962 79

1,597 33
1,404 46

583 53
8,715 74

Combined
$167,319 71
261 14
50,758 92
11,275 00
4,810
46,820
3,555
14,119

40
33
24
21

583 53
8,715 74

$250,878 64

$57,340 58

$308,219 22

C apital stock paid in______________________________ $30,000 00
2,750 00
Surplus -------- -------------- ------------------------- ------- -------------Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid______
4,439 88
Other existing profits collected, but n ot in undivided
profits account _____________________________________
190 71
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )-----------------------------------------------------------

$5,0„'0 00
1,250 00
1,514 71

$35,000 00
4,000 00
5,954 59

Totals.

Liabilities —

Notes Tediscounted ________________________________

__________

Deposits, due to banks-----------------------------------------------Dividends u n p a id ---------------- ----------------------------------------Individual deposits subject to check-------------------------Savings d e p o sit* _________ - ___________________________
Demand certificates o f deposit------------------------------- _
Time certificates o f deposit___________________________
Certified ch e ck s _______________________________________
Cashier’s ch e c k s -------------------- ------------------- ------------- —
State, county and municipal deposits...........................
P osta l savings deposits-----------------------------------------------Other lia b ilities-------------------------------------- ---------------------

----------------------------------146,807 10
___________
10,653 73
26,199 60
121 18
12,716 44
17,000 00
-----------------------------------

___________________ 19071

^Totals.




$250,878 64

________
146,807
49,575 87
49,575
________
10,653
____ 26,199 60
________
121
________
12,716
_____________ 17,000

$57,340 58

10
87
73
18
44
00

$308,219 22

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R E PO R T OF S U P E R IN T E N D E N T ' OF B A N K S .

294.

THE STATE BANK OF DTJNSMUIR.
DUNSMUIR.
Incorporated April 2, 1904.

Officers—G. A. H utaff, President; A. A. Conger, Vice-President; A. C. Leach, Secretary, Treasurer,
• Cashier and Manager; C. A. P orter, Assistant Cashier.
Directors—A. Levy, 0 . E. M c C o n e , E dson L. Paulke, G. A. H utaff, A. A. Conger.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.
Resources—
Loans and discounts...... .......... - ............ ..........
O v e r d r a fts _____________________ ____ *______
Bonds, warrants and other securities______
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures_____
Safe deposit vaults-------------------------------- ,----Other real estate owned--------------------------------Due from reserve banks----------------------------- —
Due from oth er banks______________________
A ctual cash on h a n d --*_____________________
Exchanges fo r clearing house_______ ___ ____
Checks and other cash items----------------------Other res ou rces _____________________________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)........ .................
Notes, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (limited)
T o ta ls ----------- ----------------------------------------------

Commercial
$119,293
404
84,568
13,468

65
89
81
23

Savings
$84,857 82
25,900 50

60,256 71
2,534 84

Combined $204,151 47
404 89
110,469 31
13,468 23

60,256 71
15,297 32

911 11
1,122 50

17,832 16
911 11
1,122 50

$282,560 74

$126,055 64

$408,616 38

$15,000 00

$10,000 00

12,100 00

2,750 00

$25,000 00
14,850 00
1,714 50

Liabilities—
Capital stock paid in----- ~-------------------------------------'___
Surplus ______ _________________________________________
Undivided.profits, less expenses and taxes paid______
Other existing profits collected, b u t n ot in undivided
profits account ......... — ------- ------------------------- - ........ Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )_________ *________________
Notes rediscounted ___________________________________
Deposits, due t o banks............. .......................- ...................
Dividends u n p a id ___________________________________ _
Individual deposits subject to check--------------------------Savings deposits --------------------------------------------------------Demand certificates o f deposit-----------------------------------Time certificates o f deposit-------------- --------------------------Certified c h e c k s ----------------- -----------------------------------------Cashier’s checks ______________________________________
State, cou nty and municipal deposits------------------------P osta l savings deposits_______________ ________________
Other liabilities _________________________ _— --------------T o t a ls .




1,714 5Q

1,026 00

______________

226,770 82
_________
5,723 90
14,678 35
42 77

............. *_
_
113,305 64
___________
.....................
___________

82
64
90
35
77

1,780 23
2,094 17
1,630 00

1,780 23
2,094 17 ■
1,630 00
$282,560 74

1,026 00

226,770
113,305
5,723
14,678
42

$126,055 64

$408,616 38

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REPORT

295.

OF S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

OF B A N K S .

UNION SAVINGS BANK OF REDLANDS,
REDLANDS.
Incorporated April 7, 1901.

Officers—H . H. Ford', President; E. M. L yon , Vice-President; M. M. Phinney, Vice-President;
B.
W Oave, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; T hos. A. Ogden,, A ssistant Cashier.
Directors—H . H . F ord , E. M. L yon , M. M. Phinney, B. W . Oave, C. A. T ripp, M. W . Hill,
K.
H . Field1 F. C. H orn by, C. J. Curtis', L. M. King.
,

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.
Resources —
L oa n s and discounts_________________________________
O verdrafts _________ ________________ __________________
B onds, warrants and' other securities___ ___________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures_______ ____ ___
Safe d eposit vaults__________________________________
Other real estate owned_____________________________ !
Due fro m reserve hanks_________ ____ ________________
Due from other banks_______________________________
A ctual cash on hand_________________________________
E xchanges fo r clearing house_______________________
Checks and other cash items'_________________________
Other resources ___________ ___________________________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited.)._____________________
Notes, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)_______
T o ta l

Commercial

Savings

Combined

$605,227 79

___________

466,620122

___________

23,800 00
68,040 90

___________
___________

25,901 36

_____ , _____

1,751 09

___________

$1,181,431 36

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in----------------j------ --------------- . --------•Surplus __________________________ ____ _______________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid_____
Other existing profits collected’, b u t n o t in undivided
profits account _____________________
L
Bills p a ya b le (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )_____________________ ____
N otes rediscounted! — __ ______________ ____ ____ _____
Deposits, due t o banks____ _______ !__________________
Dividends unpaid ____________________ • ____ ______
___
Individual deposits su b ject t o check___ __________ _—
Savings d e p o s i t s _____________________ ____________ ____
Dem and certificates o f d eposit___________________ ____
Tim e certificates o f deposit___________
I
Certified checks _______________________ _______________
Cashier’s eh c k s ______ ______________________________ J
State, cou n ty and m unicipal deposits1______________
_
P osta l savings deposits_____________________________
Other liabilities ----------------- ______ ___________________
T o ta l




$75,000 00
30,000 00
9,762 67*

___________
___________
___________

997,808 20

___________

26,360 49

___________

37,600 00

.....................

$1,181,431 36

R E PO R T O F S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

207

OF B A N K S .

296, BANK OF WILLITS.
WILLITS.
Incorporated! April 11, 1904.
Officers—W . A. S. Foster, President; P . I. Lancaster, Vice-President; W . H . Baechtel, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier; H. M. Burke, A ssista n t Cashier.
Directors—W . A . S. Foster, Ohas. M. Mannon, A. J. Fairbanks1 W . H. Baechtel, P. I. Lancaster.
,
S ta t e m e n t o f J u n e 30, 1919.

Resources —
L oans and discounts'_______ ______ ________ — — --------O verdrafts __________________________________ _________
B onds, warrant® and other securities___ ___________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures_____________ 1_
Safe deposit vaults_______ ___________________ j_______
Other real estate owned— -_____________________ ____ '
Due- from reserve banks_______ __________ J___________
Due from other banks_________________ i_____________
A ctual cash on hand—_______ ________________________
E xchanges fo r clearing house_______________________
Checks and other cash items________________________
Other r e s o u r c e s ____ __________ ,____ _______ ___________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)______________________
Note®, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)_______
Total®

Commercial
$197,857 33
2,143 44
119,740 G
O
11,488 67
2,483
59,404
1,872
18,612
2,548
1,802
2,515

90
65
75
84
40
63
00

Savings
$76,810 50
66,232 02 '

15,101 40
I
30,806 97

Combined
$274,667
- 2,143
185,972
11,438

82
44
52
67

2,483
74,506
1,872
49,419
- 2,548
1,802
2,515

50
00
75
81
40
65
06

$420,419 72

$188,950 89

$609,370 61

$40,000 00
31,T O 00
O
2,433 82

$10,000 00
7,000 00
2,247 68

$50,000 00
38,000 00
4,681 50

1,500 00
211,131 58
-------------1,688 44
118,987 m
49 10

___________
___________
169,703 21
___________
___________
___________

2,000 TO
3,665 29
7,963 96

__________
_________ r_
___________

3,665 25
7,963 96

, $420,419 72

$188,950 89

$609,370 61

Liabilities —
Capital s tock p a id in_______ _______ _________________
Surplus ___________________ ___i ____,__________ ________
Undivided profits, less expenses and1 taxes p a id --___
Other existing profits collected, b u t n o t in undivided
profits account _____ -_____ ________ —______________
Bills p ayable (including certificates o f d e p o s it repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )__________________ ____ ____
N otes rediscounted ___________ _______ _______ -_______
Deposits, due to banks_________ - ____________________
_
Dividends unpaid ___________ >
____ J
__________________
Individual1 deposits subject t o check_______________
Savings deposits _______________ _____ 3_______________
Demand certificates o f d eposit_____ i ________________ _
_
Time certificates o f deposit_______________________ L—
Certified! checks _________ _____________________ ,_______
Cashier’s eh c k s _________ _____________________ _______
State, cou n ty and m unicipal deposits_______________
P osta l savings deposit®-__ ________ i__________________
Other liabilities _____________________________________
T otals

14—48942




1,500
211,131
169,703
1,688
118,987
49

00
58
21
44
57
10

2,000 00

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297.

OF B A N K S .

BANK OF RIO VISTA.
RIO VISTA.
Incorporated April 12, 1904.

Officers—L. P . Larsen, President; Peter H am ilton, Vice-President; J. W . H am ilton, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier; H oward' Heringer, A ssistant Cashier.
D ir.ctors—L. P . Larsen, H . J. Dirr, Peter H am ilton, P. F . Heringer, T hos. M cCorm ack,
Dan M cCorm ack, J. W . H am ilton.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.
Resources —

Commercial

Savings
$195,238 75

Combined
$436,863 75

101,468 08

48,849 23
6,500 00

150,317 31
6,500 00

L oa n s and discounts_____________ ,_____________ ______
O verd rafts ____________ :__________ ___________ ________
B onds, w arrants and other securities-----------------------B an k premises, furniture and fixtures__________ _____
S afe deposit vaults___ ____ „
__________________________
Other rea l, estate owned'___________ __________________
Due from - reserve banks--------------------------------------------Due fro m other b a n k s.____ _________________________
A ctual cash on hand_______________ __________________
E xchanges fo r clearing house_______________________
Checks and other cash item s________________________
Other resources _____ I
____________________ 1_________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)_______ ______________
Notes!, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (lim it e d )...____

*211,625 00

T ota l’s ___ :_________________________ J._______________

66,161 00

18,406 23

84,570 23

32,151 26

12,540 72

44,694 98

3,050 74
4,880 30

37,200 51

3,060 74
42,098 81

$149,360 38

$318,744 44

$768,104 82

$75,000 00

$25,000 00
7,000 00
3,821 60

$100,000 00

Liabilities —
C ap ita l stock paid in___ I
_____________________________
Surplus ___________ ____________________________ ________
Undivided profits, 1 ss expenses and1 taxes paid_____
Other existing profits collected, b u t n o t in undivided
p rofits a c c o u n t ____________________________________
Bills pa ya b le (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )____________ .-____<
____ J___
N otes rediscounted ----- ------ -------------------------- ---------- Deposits, due t o banks-----------------------------------------------Dividends u n p a i d _______________ ________ i____________
Individual deposits subject t o check___________ ____ _
Savings d e p o s i t s ------------------------------------------------ ----Demand certificates o f d eposit_______________________
Tim e certificates o f d eposit_______________ ___________
C rtified checks ..._____________ ____________ __________
Cashier’s checks _____________________________________
State, cou n ty and1 municipal deposits*.______ ________
P osta l savings deposits*.—.*
_________________________ L
Other lia b ilit ie s ___ ___________________________________
T o ta ls




10,000 00

3,943 35

30,000 00

17,000 00
7,765 04

30,000 00

4,000 00
238,882 66

282,885 42
19,525 77
17,684 71
83 00
50,000 00

4,000
238,882
282,885
19,525
17,684
83

00
66
42
77
71
00

50,000 00

240 80

37 33

278 22

$440,360 38

$318,744 44

$768,104 S2

REPORT

OP

S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

OP

209

BAN KS.

301. PEOPLE’S BANK OF BENICIA.
BENICIA.
Incorporated June 15; 3904.
Officers—W . L. C rooks, President and M anager; Joseph Enos; Vice-President; A . J. Pine,
Secretary and) Treasurer; W . B. C rooks, Cashier; J. C. Chisholm, A ssistant Cashier;
A nna Pin", A ssistant Cashier.
Directors^—
W. L . Crooks), H . B. Staley, J. B. Johnston, W . Z. Rankin; Joe E nos, A. J. Pine,
P atrick McLaughlin.

S tatem ent of June 30, 1919.
Resources —
L oans and d is c o u n t s -------

—

--------

-------------

Bonds, w arrants and other securities___ ____________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures'___ _________
Other real estate o w n e d _________________
Due from reserve banks!______ _________

________
________

A ctual cash on hand. __ _ _______________________
Exchanges fo r el aring house___ ____________________
Checks and1 other cash items—*__ i*____ ____________
Other resources __________________________ ____________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)_______ , _____________
_
Notes, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)_______
T ota ls

Commercial
$194,733 00
752 52
23,283 80
15,200 00
1,800 C
O
120,974 97

Savings
$96,290 00
47,000 00
—

Combined
$291,023 00
752 52

70,283 80
15,200 00
1,800 00
760 00
131,192 67

-----------------

760 00
10,217 70
9,375 54

30,865 40

-----------------___________
1
_______ ____
____________
___________

-----------------___________
___________
___________
___________

$378,224 15

$163,633 24

$541,857 39

$36,000 00
3,506 73
2,142 05

$14,000 00
1,141 65
70 S3

$50,000 00
4,648 38
2,213 38

' 148,420 76

323,348 67
148,420 76
5,115 50

21,479 86
_____ —
___________
___________
___________
___________

Liabilities —
C apital stock paid in_______ —______ *------- ---------------Surplus ______ J___— . _____ ______ _______*____________
_
.Undivided' profits, less expenses and1 taxes p a id-------Other existing profits collected, b u t n o t in undivided
profits account ___ ________ _______ _________________ *
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )___—■___________l _____
_
Notes red iscou n ted ___________________ ,1______________
D posits, due t o banks_______________________________
Dividends unpaid ___ — --------------------------- ---------------L
Individual deposits subject t o check_________________
Savings deposits _____________ ________ __________ i___
Demand certificates o f d eposit_______________________ _
Time certificates o f deposit_________ _________________
Certified checks __________ J______________ ___________
Cashier’s checks _______________ ____ ____ ______ _____ —
State, cou nty and municipal deposits'_______________
P osta l savings deposits____ *______________ '__________
Other liabilities j ______ ___ ___________ ... j ____*........ .
T ota ls




323,348 67
___________
5,115 50
___________
___________

6,310 70
1,800 00

6,310 70
1,800 00
. . i.________
$378,224 15

$163,633 24

$541,857 39

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OF

S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

OF

BAN KS.

302. “ SAVINGS BANK OF POMONA.”
POMONA.
Incorporated July 7, 1904.
Officers—W . L. W right, President; W . M. L attin, Vice-President; A. B. E n d icott, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier.
Directors—W . L. W right, Prank P . Firey, J. M. B ooth , Chas. P. Curran, Chas. M. Stone, William
Benesh, Lewis L. W right, W . S. H ufford , W . M. Lattin.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.

Resources
L oans and discounts____ _____________________________
O verdrafts _____ ___________________ ’_____ ________ ___
B onds, warrants and other securities— --____________
-Bank premises, furniture and fixtures__________ ____ _
Safe deposit vaults------------------------------------------'_______
Other real estate owned_________________ _____________
Due from reserve banks___ ___________ _______________
Due from other banks_______________ I________________
Aetual cash on hand------------------------------------------- --------E xchanges fo r clearing house_________________________
Checks and other cash items__________ _______________
Other res ou rces _________ _____ ____________ ____ ______
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited ),_______________________
N otes, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)_________
T o ta l______________________ ________ _________________

Commercial
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
__________...
__________
-----------------_______ _
________ 1,844
___________
___________
___________
________ ___

Savings

$630,177 50

jLiabilities—
C apital stock paid in--------------------$50,000 00
S u rp lu s -----------------------------------------------------------------------------12,500 00
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid______
21,314 54
Other existing profits collected, b u t n ot in 'undivided
profits a c c o u n t _____________________________________
___________
___________
Bills p ayable (including certificates o i deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )________________________ —
___________
___________
Notes red iscou n ted ___________________ 1______________
___________
___________
Deposits, due to banks________________________________
___________
___________
Dividends u n p a id _____________________________________
1,250 00
Individual deposits subject to check_________________
___________
_____ , ____
Savings d e p o s its ______________________________________
511,092 39
Demand certificates o f d eposit___________ ____ ______ _________ _______
___________
Tim e certificates o f deposit___________________________
___________
13,757 31
Certified ch e ck s _______________________________________
________ —____________
Cashier’s e h e c k s ____ *____________________, ____________
___________
___________
State, cou n ty and municipal deposits________________
___________
20,134 26
P osta l savings deposits____ - _________________________
_________ -------------------------Other lia b ilities_____________ , ________________, ---------------------------129 00
T o t a l .............................. ............................. ......................... ...........




....... ...............

Combined

$367,614 49 _____ ______
____________
___________
180,188 86 — ________
4,000 00 ___ _______
___________
___________
________ __________________
60,420 85 ___________
___________
___________
13,215 58 ___________
419 76 ___________
61
___________
37 15 __________ _
___________
___________
2,436 20 ------------------

$630,177 50

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303.

FIRST STATE BANK OF CLOVIS.
CLOVIS.
Incorporated A ugust 6, 1904.

Officers—R. Norrish, President; E. E. R eybum , Vice-President; Chas. T . Reyburn, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier; Thos. H ow ison, Jr., Assistant Cashier.
Directors—R. Norrish, E. ,E. Reyburn, Chas T . Reyburn, Thos. H ow ison, Jr., C. R. Reyburn.

S tatem ent of June 30, 1919.
R€80UVC68 —

Commercial

Loans and discounts...................-___________________ —
$226,723 86
O v e r d r a fts ............. ................ - ------- ------------------------------1,470 39
20,997 20
Bonds, warrants and other securities-—.'_____ ______
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures________________
2,000 00
Safe deposit vaults________________________ ______ ____
___________
Other real estate owned_______________________ ____ —
___________
Due from reserve banks__________ i -----------------------------58,130 87
Due from other banks-------------------^__________________
___________
A ctual eash on hand_____________________________________
20,687 30
___________
Exchanges fo r clearing house___________________ . ____
Checks and other cash items_________ ________________
1,885 00
Other resources —_____________________________________
3,376 15
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)____________________________
^_
Notes, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)_________
___________
T o t a l . . . ______ _______ ____ ________ , ..............................

$335,270 77

Liabilities —
C apital stock paid in___ _____ _______________________
Surplus -------------------------------- --------------------------------------Undivided profits, less' expenses and taxes p a id______
Other existing profits collected, b u t n ot in undivided
profits a c c o u n t --------------------------------------------------------Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )..................................... .........
Notes rediscounted ___________________________________
Deposits, due to banks---------------------------------------------- —
Dividends u n p a id ___________________________________ 1Individual deposits subject to cheek--------------------------Savings deposits — ............................. - .......... - ............... —
Demand certificates o f deposit——___________________
Time certificates o f deposit---------------------- : ___ „---------Certified c h e ck s ________________ ----------------------------------Cashier’s c h e c k s ----------------- ---------- -----------------------------State, cou n ty and municipal deposits------------------------P osta l savings deposits-----------------------------------------------Other lia b ilitie s _______________ , ---------------------------- ——
T o t a l __________________________________________ __________




$25,000 00
9,000 00
6,732 04

.....................
___________
----------------------------------200,078 79
—.................
2,117 49
81,272 78
----------------------------------11,069 67
----------------------------------$335,270 77

Savings

Combined

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304.

OF B AN K S.

“ HOME SAVINGS BANK OF VENTURA.”
VENTURA.
Incorporated September 15,1904.

Officers—Felix W . Ewing, President; A d oito Cam arillo, Vice-President; E d ga r W . Carne, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier; Chas. H . Carne, A ssistant Cashier.
Directors—Felix W. Ewing, A d o lfo Cam arillo, E d ga r W . Carne, Joseph M. A rgabrite, Jules
Feraud, Henry W . Conner, John A. W alker.
S ta t e m e n t o f J u n e 30, 1919.
R esou rces

L oans and discounts______ ____ _______________ _______
O v e r d r a ft s ____________________________________________
B onds, warrants and other securities_________________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtu res.—_______ ______
Safe deposit v a u lts .-..'_________ ______________________
Other real estate o w n e d ..________ ____________________
Due from reserve banks_______________________________
Due from other banks____ ____________________________
A ctual cash on hand__________________________________
Exchanges fo r clearing house____________ ______ _____
Checks and other cash items________ ________________
Other res ou rces _______________________________________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)________________________
Notes, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)_________

Commercial

Savings

Combined

___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________

$265,900 00
___________
56,027 50
1,400 00
___________
___________
10,751 57
________ ___
8,363 08
___________
844 32
___________
___________
___ -.----------

___________
___________
___________
___________
_________ _
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
________ i_ _
___________
------------------

T o ta l_________________________________________________’ ____________

$343,286 47

___________

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in_________________________________
S u rp lu s ________________________________________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid______
Other existing jirofits collected, but n ot in undivided
profits account _____________________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o i deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )___________________________
Notes rediscounted ___________________________________
Deposits, due to banks____ -___________________________
Dividends u n p a id _____________________________________
Individual deposits subject to check--------------------------Savings d e p o s its ______________________________________
Demand certificates o f deposit-----------------------------------Time certificates o f deposit___________________________
Certified ch e c k s _______________________________________
Cashier's c h e c k s ----------^------------------------------------—------State, cou n ty and municipal deposits________________
P osta l savings deposits_______________________________
Other liabilities _____ __________________ _______________
T ota l.




___________
___________
___________

$70,000 00
5,000 00
610 00

_________ _

___________

___________
___________
___________
___________
-----------------___________
-----------------------------___________
-----------------_____ ______
___________
___________

___________
___________
___________
2,100 00 _
-----------------265,586 47
----------------------------------___________
---------- ------___________
___________
___________
$343,286 47

R E P O R T OF S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

306.

213

OF B A N K S .

OXNARD SAVINGS BANK.
OXNARD.
Incorporated O ctober 4, 1904.

Officers—Chas. D onlon, President; Justin Petit, Vice-President; Geo. E. Hum e, Secretary and
Cashier; H . P. Speer, Assistant Secretary and A ssistant Cashier; A. C am arillo, Treasurer.
Directors—A. L. H obson , Geo. E. Hume, A. Cam arillo, Justin Petit, Chas. D onlon.

S tatem ent of June 30, 1919.

Resources—

Commercial

Savings

L oans and discounts_____ . __________ ________________
____ _______
$679,431 37
O v e r d r a ft s ____________________________________________
___________
_________ »_
R onds, warrants and other securities_________________
___________
55,367 99
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures............................................... .......
2,527 27
Safe deposit v a u lt s .._________ ___________________ ________ _______ ____________ _____
Other real estate owned______________________________ _______ _______
____ _______
Due from reserve banks'_______________________________
___________
20,791 61
Due from other banks________________________________
___________
___________
Actual cash on hand__________________________________
___________
17,816 76
Exchanges fo r clearing house_________________________
___________
___________
Checks and other cash items__________________________
___________
28 50
______ _____
___________
Other res ou rces _______________________ _____ _________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)________ _______________
___________
—--------------Notes, drafts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)_________
___________
___________
T o ta l_________________________________________________

Combined
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
____ ____ _
----- ..----------___________
-------- .-------___________
-----------------___________
-----------------___________

___________

$775,963 50

------------------

___________
___________
___________

$25,000 00
50,000 00
21,472 10

___________
___________
___________

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in----- ^____________________________
S u rp lu s________________________________________________
Undivided profits, less .expenses and taxes paid______
Other existing profits collected, but n o t in undivided
profits account ----------- --------------------------------------------Bills payable (including^certiflcates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )-----------------------------------------Notes rediscounted ___________________________________
Deposits, due t o banks________________________________
Dividends u n p a id ________ , -----------------------------------------Individual deposits subject to check---------------- ---------Savings d e p o s its ______________________________________
Demand certificates o f deposit-------------------- : ------------Time certificates o f deposit-----------------------------------------Certified c h e e k s _______________ _______________________
Cashier’s c h e c k s -------- ------- --------------------------------------- —
State, cou n ty and municipal deposits________________
P osta l savings deposits-----------------------------------------------Other liabilities_________________________________________

------------------

------------------

-----------------___________
___________
----------------------------------___________
----------------------------------___________
-----------------___________
-----------------___________

-----------------___ '.---------3,025 88
----------------------------------667,465 52
----------------------------------___________
-----------------9,00!) 00
-----------------_____ r-------

T o t a l ..................... .......... ...................... .......... ..........................

......................

$775,963 50




214

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308.

OP

S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

OP

BAN KS.

THE SOUTHERN TRUST COMPANY.
LOS ANGELES.
Incorporated O ctober 24, 1904.

Officers—J. P. Sartori, President; M. S. Heilman, Vice-President; Chas. H . T oll, Vice-President; W . D.
L on gyea r, Vice-President; J. H. Griffin, Secretary and Treasurer; C. M. Jay, A ssistant Secretary
and A ssistant Cashier.
Directors—J. P. Sartori, M. S. Heilman, L. H. Roseberry, Chas. H. T oll, W. D. L ongyear.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 191<L
Resources —

Commercial

L oa n s and discounts____________________
O verdrafts ---------------------------------------------B onds, w arrants and other securities---Bank premises, furniture and fixtures—
Safe d ep osit vaults___ - ........ —..............—
Other real estate owned___ ______________
Due fro m reserve banks_________________
Due from other banks__________________
A ctu a l cash on hand______ _____________
Exchanges fo r clearing house-------------- Checks and. oth r cash it.m s -----------------Other resources' ________________ 1-----------A dvances to court trusts------------------------

___________
--------------------------------------------------------------------___________
___________
________ . . . .
___________
----------------------------------------------- —
------------------

Savings

Court trusts Private trusts

Combined

_________
$9,500 00
-------------- --------------$100,000 00 $150,000 00
-------—______ ________
-------------- --------------_________ _________
_________
35,375 71
--------------- --------------_________ _________
--------------- ----------------------------- ----------------------------- ----------------------------188 88

$9,500 00
-----------------$250,000 00
___________
- ---------------_________
35,375 71
-----------------___________
........ .......
----------------------------------183 88

... $100,000 00 $195,059 59

T otals

___________
--------------------------------------------------------------------___________
___________
-----------------___________
—-------- ---------------------------------------_------------------

$295,(^9 59

Liabilities—
C apital s tock paid in___________________
Surplus
------------------------------------------------Undivided profits, less expenses and
taxes paid - ________ _______ '-----------------Other existing profits, collected, b u t n ot
in undivided profits account---------------Bills payable, including certificates o f
d eposit representing m oney b orrow ed Notes rediscounted --------------------------------Deposits due .t o banks__________________
Dividends u n p a id _______________________
Individual deposits subject t o check-----Savings deposits — ____ ____ ___________
Demand certificates o f d eposit_________
Tim e certificates o f d p osit--------------------Certified checks _________________________
Cashier’s checks ________________________
State, cou n ty and m unicipal deposits__
P o sta l savings deposits_________________
Other lia b ilit ie s _________________________
Deposits received from executors, ad­
m inistrators, guardians, receivers, etc.
T o ta ls ------------------------------------------------

Trust Resources —

—-------- ------ ------------------ $100,000 00 $100,000 00
$200,000 00
------------------ ------------------ --------------- --------------- -----------------------------------

------------------

---------------

-----------------

---------- -------

— .................................

------------------ ------------------ --------------- -------------------------------- ------------------ -------------- --------------___________ ______ _______•__________ _________
_______ — - ------------------ -------------- -------------------------------- ------------------ --------------- --------------. __________ ___________ _____ ‘___ _________
___________ ___________ ____ _____
______
---------------------------- -------------------- -----------___________ ___________ ____ ________ ________
___________ ___________ _________ _________
___________ ___________ _________ _________
___________ ___________ _________ i ________
___________ ___________ _________
______
___________

___________

------------------

------------------ $100,000 00 $195,059 59

C ourt trusts

P ersonal
assets received
from
executors,
adm inistrators,
as­
signees, receivers o r trustees.___ ___________
T ru st investments:
(a ) Personal p r o p e r t y __________
$115,201 59
(b ) Real p r o p e r t y ---------------------2,108 33
Due from banks............. .......... ..........
2,383 91
Cash on hand_____________________ ___________

T o ta l -------------------- ---------- ---------

95,059 59

$119,643 83

_________

95,059 59
........... ___
-----------------_ i____ ____
___________
----------------------------------___________
___________
_ ______
______ ____
___________
___________
__________ _

_________

T ru st Liabilities —

$295,059 59

court trusts

Personal
assets
received
fro m
executors,
adm inistrators,
as­
signees, receivers o r trustees.___ ___________
Trusts held in capacity o f execu­
to r, adm inistrator, guardian, as­
signee, receiver o r trustee_______
$119,643 83
P rivate trusts, specially designated
and construed as cou rt trusts,
under supervision _____ _________ ___________
T ota l _____________________ ____

$119,643 83

P rivate trusts, n o t specially designated as cou rt trusts, are n o t under supervision o f S tate Banking
Departm ent,




R E P O R T OF S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

309.

215

OF B A N K S .

SIERRA VALLEY BANK.
LOYALTON.
Incorporated September 1, 1900.

Officers—Peter Scolari, President; R affaele D otta, Vice-President; W . H . Duncan, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier; Earl C. Ziegler, A ssistant Cashier.
Directors—R affaele D otta, John McNair, W . H. Duncan, M atteo Ramelli, P eter Scolarf.

S tatem ent of June 30, 1919.

Resources—
L oans and discounts_________________________________
O verdrafts -------- -------------------------- ---------------------- ------Bonds', w arrants and’ other securiti s-----------------------Bank premises* furniture and1 fixtures___ _J--------------Safe deposit vaults’----- ------------------------------------------------Other real estate ow ned--------- ---------------- ------------------Due from ' reserve banks------ --------------------------------------Due from other banks_____ ____________ i ---- --------------Actual cash o n hand___ ____ ________________________
Exchanges f o r clearing house----------------- -----------------Checks and other cash items:________________________
Other resources ____________________________________ .iBankers’ acceptances (lim ited)_______________ r -------Notes, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)-----------

Commercial
?12t,103i 63
850 94
380 00

Savings
$09,531 20

28,147 14
30,881 07
12,129 92

2,243 35

43,104 10 ’
5,000 00

2,469 78

43 14

Combined
$183,694-83
850 94
43,493 10
5,000 00

30,390 49
30,881 07
14,509 70
43 14

$196,004 84

$112,348 43

$308,963 27

$20,000 00

$10,000 00

1,000 00

900 00
1,507 92

$30,000 00
1,500 00
4,287 93

Liabilities —
C apital stock p a id in_____________________ ___________
Surplus _____ . _________ —________ ____________________
_
Undivided, profits, less expenses and taxes paid1
---------Other existing profits collected, b u t n o t in undivided
profits account -1---------------------------------------------- ------Bills pa ya b le (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )_____ _________ __________
Notes r e d is c o u n te d ___ ______________ _____ __________ _
Deposits, due t o banks----- ------------------------------------------Dividends u n p a i d ----------- ------- ------------------------------------Individual ’deposits subject t o ch eck,________________
Savings d e p o s it s __________ 1_____ _________ ______ ____
Demand certificates o f d p osit_____________________ _
Tim e certificates o f d eposit-------- - -----------------------------Certified checks _______________ __________________ _____
Cashier’s c h e e k s ___ _ j ___ ___________________ ____ _____
State, cou n ty and municipal deposits-------------- --------P osta l savings deposits______________________________
Other liabilities ____ ______ __________________________
T o ta ls




2,780 01

172,053 08
81,3M 97
221 00

660 15

172,053 08
81,314 97
221 00

15,000 00
4,025 64

$190,604 84

560 15
15,000 00
4,025 54

$112,348 43

$308,953 27

216

REPORT

310.

OP

S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

OF

BAN KS.

HOLLYWOOD SAVINGS BANK.
HOLLYWOOD.
In corp orated December 19, 1904.

' Officers-—W in. T. H op p r, President; A. 5. W itherill, Vice-President; «T E. R an sford , Vice.
President; J. P. R oberts, Secretary and Treasurer; E. D. Dietz, A ssistant Secretary and
Cashier; M. P. Palmer, A ssistant Cashier.
Directors—Edward Winterer, Lucius J. H uff, A. J. W itherill, P. C. Desmond, W m . T . H opper,
P. B. Chase, J. E. R an sford.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.

Resources

Commercial

L oans and discounts___________________ _______ ______

_______ ____

Savings
$329,713' 43

Combined
___________

B onds, warrants and other securities___ ____________ . ___________
85,487 12 ___________
B ank premises, furniture and fixtures_______________ _ _______ ——
10,000 00 • ____________
Safe deposit vaults_____________________________ _______ ________ _
6,505 00 ___________
Other real estate owned_____________________ _______
___________
___________
___________
Due from reserve banks_____________________________
- ___ ____
10,365 62 ___________
Due from other banks_________ __________ ___ . ----------- -------- _________
18,586 85 _______ ____
A ctual cash on hand--------------------------------------------------------------------13,903 26 ___________
E xchanges fo r clearing house------------------------------------------------ —
___________
___________
Checks and other cash items_____ __________________
___________
1 30
Oth r resources _____ )_____________________ __________
___________
______ _____
___________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)--------------------------------------------------------------------Notes, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)_______
________ __________________
___________
T o ta l _______________________________ - ______________
_

___________

$474,652 58

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in_____ :__________________________
___________
Surplus ____________________________________________-----------------Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes p a id --------- -----------------Other existing profits collected, b u t n o t in undivided
profits account _______________ ________ ____________
___________
Bills p a ya b le (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )_______________ ____________
_______ ___
Notes rediscounted __________________ 1
________ :______
___________
Deposits', due t o banks_______________________________ ' -----------------Dividends unpaid
_____ _____ ______________ ____ ____
___________
Individual deposits subject tb check--___________ ____
___________
Savings deposits. _____ I
---------------. --------------------------u._
-----------------Demand certificates o f deposit__________________1—
____________
Tim e certificates o f deposit_________________________
___________
Certified1 cheeks _____________________ ,_______ ______— - ____ ______

___________
___________
---------------- ^
2,000 00
___________
349,529 51
_____ ______
52,078 77
___________

________
___________
-___________
___________
___________
___________
___________

State, cou n ty and municipal deposits-----------------------P ostal savings deposits________________ - ____ ,_______
Other liabilities
1—___________________________ — -

12,500 00
___________
14,377 35

___________
___________
____________

T ota l

— -------------------------------------- --------- ________ ________




-----------------___________
_____________
____________

$25,000 00
18,500 00
603 95

..

___________

$474,652 58

R E P O R T OP S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

OP B A N K S .

217

311 AND 311A. THE STANFORD BANK.
PALO ALTO.
Incorporated December 30, 1904.
Officers— Chas. P . C ooley; President; Carl G. W ilson, Vice-President; Chas'. Ellet, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier.
Directors—Chas. P . C ooley, R ob t. G. Reynolds, W m . D. W asson, A. W . Ellet, Chas. Ellet,
Carl G. W ilson, Elmer J. W orth.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.

Resources—

Commercial

Savings

Combined

Loans and discounts______ ____ ______________________
O v e r d r a fts ____ _______ __________ J___________________
Bonds, warrants and other securities_________________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures______ _______ „
Safe deposit vaults________ ______ . . „ ____________ ____
Other real estate owned_______________________________
Due from reserve banks— _______ ________ ___________
Due from other banks_____ _______ ___________________
A ctual cash on hand__________________________________
Exchanges fo r clearing house______ - __________________
Checks and other cash items_________________________
Other resou rces_______________________________________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)________________________
Notes, drafts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)—.............

$65,545 52

$81,945 58

$147,491 10

40,494 84
9,827 89

45,923.50
5,400 00

86,418 34
15,227 89

26,696
2,499
11,721
5,996

18,299 82

44,993
2,499
14,885
6,446

T ota ls--------------------------------------------------------------------------

$162,804 09,

$155,183 36

$317,987 45

$30,000 00
50 00
247 88

$20,000 00

$50,000 00
ICO 00
2,543 84

20
00
39
39

3,163 91
450 55

22 86

02
00
30
94

22 86

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in---------------------------------------------------S u rp lu s________________________________________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid______
Other existing profits collected, but n ot in undivided
profits a c c o u n t _____________________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b o rro w e d )......... ............ ..........................
Notes red iscou n ted ___________________________________
Deposits, due to banks---------------------------------------- . ____
Dividends u n p a id _____________________________________
Individual deposits subject to check--------------------------Savings d e p o s its ________ '.-------------------------------------------Demand certificates o f deposit------------------------------------Time certificates o f deposit. „_________________________
Certified ch e e k s ________________________________ ’---------Cashier’s ch eck s _______________________________________
State, cou n ty and municipal deposits------------------------P osta l savings deposits_______________________________
Other liabilities
---------------------------- ------------------------Totals.

50 00
2,295 96

351 39

351 39

___________
129,118 13
___________
3,719 27
.....................

116,819 24
129,118 13
. 967 01
3,719 27
5 00

14,350 02

___________

14,350 02

13 55

___________

13 55

116,819 24
_________
967 01
_________
5 00

$162,804 09

$155,183 36

No t e .—T he a bove statement includes the business o f branch office at Mayfield.




$317,987 45

218

R E P O R T O P S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

313.

OP B A N K S .

“ SALINAS VALLEY SAVINGS BANK.”
SALINAS.
Incorporated Jan uary 28, 1905.

Officers—J ohn Beiges, President; Charles L. P iod a , Vice-President; 'W . P . Menke, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier; E. W . P a lm ta g, A ssistant Secretary and A ssistant Cashier.
Directors—W . F. Menke, T hom as Kcnison, Chas. L . P iod a , P . T avernetti, W alter W allace,
W . P arsons, John Olsen, Geo. J. Fiese, John Berges.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.
R eSO U V C C S

Commercial

Savings

L oans and discounts---------------------------------------------------O v e r d r a ft s .............................................................._.......... . . .
Bpnds, warrants ^ n d other securities-------------- ----------Bank premises, furniture and fixtures________________
Safe deposit vaults_______ ______ _____________________
Other real estate owned_______________________________
Due from reserve banks_______________________________
Due from other banks___ i ___________________________
A ctual cash on hand___ J_____________________________
Exchanges fo r clearing house_________________________
Checks and other cash it e m s ...________ ______________
Other resou rces____________________________ __________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)____________________ '___
Notes, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)_________

----------------....................
-------------.. ..
___________
___________
______ ____
___________
________ . . .
___________
___________
___________
_________
___________
___________

$737,892 18

T o ta l__________________________ _____________ _________

___________

$1,232,301 80

Combined

$100,000 00

........... .

383,387 74
24,100 00
2,000 00

9,932 50
47,833 43
26,606 36
549 59

..

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in________________ ______________ _

___________

Surplus__ ________________________ . . . ----------------------

------ ---------

37,000 00

Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid______
Other existing profits collected, but n o t in undivided
profits a c c o u n t ______________'----------------------------------Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )___________________________
Notes rediscounted ___________________________________
Deposits, due to banks________________________________
Dividends unpaid-______________; ______________________
Individual deposits subject to check--------------------------Savings d e p o s its ----------- --------------------------------------------—
Demand certificates o f d eposit-----------------------------------Time certificates o f d e p o s it.......... —------------ ---------------Certified checks ..------------- --------------------------------------------Cashier’s c h e c k s _____ . _______________________________
State, cou n ty and m unicipal deposits________________
P osta l savings deposits------------------------------------------------Other liabilities _______________________________________

___________

13,341 70

--------------------------- ----------------------------------------____ ______
___________
-----------------___________

1,031,715 81
---------------------------------------------------_____
50,000 00
-----------------241 29

T o t a l _______________________ ________ ____________________ __________ ______

$1,232,301 80




..

R E PO R T

OP S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

317,

219

OP B A N K S .

BANK OF FORTUNA.
FORTUNA.
Incorporated March 2, 1905.

Officers—E. W . H aight, President; I. H. Van Duzer, Vice-President; Fred P . Newell, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier; G ordon R. Legg, Assistant Cashier.
Directors—E. W . H aight, I. H . Van Duser, Fred P. Newell, M. P . Hansen, F rank W . Luther,
Geo. H. Newell, F. A. Leach.

S tatem ent of June 30, 1919.
Resources —
Loans and discounts_____________ ______ _____
O v e r d r a ft s ____ _________________________ ____
Bonds, warrants' and other securities________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures-----------Safe deposit vaults__________________________
Other real estate owned----------................... .........
Due from reserve banks______________________
Due from other banks________________________
A ctual cash on hand_________________ ____ —
Exchanges fo r clearing house________________
Checks and other cash items--------------------------Other res ou rces ________________ - ____________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)_______________
Notes, d rafts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited).
Totals.

Commercial
$100,879 74
221 05
30,167 22

Savings
$70,099 43
45,230' 00
13,850 00

Combined
$170,979 17
221 05
75,397 22
13,850 00

88,214 24

574 16
11,854 88

574 16
100,069 12

16,846 97

8,914 91

25,761 88

8 90

$236,338 12 .

8 90

$150,523 38

$386,861 56

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in.-________________________________
Surplus ............... ................. ........ ............ —............................
Undivided p rofits, less expenses and taxes paid---------Other existing profits collected, but n ot in undivided
profits account _____________________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )________________________ . . . .
Notes red iscou n ted----------------------- ------------------------------Deposits, due t o banks---------------------------- --------------------

$15,000^00
11,500 00
1,368 87

$10,000 00
10,000 00
1,865 80

___________
------------------------- --------

D iv id e n d s u n p a i d ______________ ______________________________

40 00

Individual deposits subject to cheek-----------------------------Savings d e p o s it s ---------------------------------------------------------Demand certificates o f deposit-----------------------------------Time certificates o l deposit------------------------- ,---------------Certified ch e c k s _________________________________ _—Cashier’ s checks ---------------------------------------------------------State, cou nty and municipal deposits........ ............ ........
P osta l savings deposits___________________________ . —
Other lia b ilitie s _______________________________________

201,311 42
-----------------327 00
---------------------------------------------------6,104 62
-----------------686 21

T o ta ls .




$25,00000
21,50000
3,23467

$236,338 12

121,157 58
3,000 00

40
201,311
121,157
327
3,000

00
42
58
00
00

4,500 00

10,604 62

________

686 21

$150,523 38

$386,861 50

220

R E P O R T O F S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

319.

OF B A N K S .

MODESTO SAVINGS BANK.
MODESTO.
Incorporated March 8, 1905.

Officers—J. R. B roughton, President; Geo. A. Cressey, Vice-President; D. K. Y ou ng, Secretary and
A ssistant Cashier; W . T. Scoon, Assistant Secretary and Cashier; W . D. M oorhead, Assistant
Cashier.
Directors—Geo. A. Cressey, A. L. Cressey, J. R. B rou gh ton , C. R. Tillson, J. J. McMahon,
'D . K. Y ou n g , L. W . Shearer.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.
R esou rces

Commercial

L oans and d iscou n ts..______ ___________ ________ ____
___________
O verdrafts ____________________________________ *____ _
___________
Bonds, warrants and other securities..........— ................................ ..........
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures______ _____ ____
___________
Safe deposit vaults____________________________________
___________
Other real estate owned_______________________________
___________
Due from reserve banks_______________________________
___________
Due from other banks__________________________ ____ _
___________
A ctual cash on hand-------- ------------------------- ----------------------------------Exchanges fo r clearing house___ ____ ______
Checks and other cash item s----------- ---------—
Other res ou rces .................... ........ ................... .
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)_____ . _______
N otes, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (limited)
T o t a l_____ _____ _____________________ 1____________ _

__________

Savings
$1,078,470 21
___________
258,588 00
___________
___________
___________
83,889 62
___________
32,044 22

$1,452,992 05

-Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in________ _________ _______________
_____ ______
Surplus ____ _____ _________________ _______ _______________ _______
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes p a id______
___________
Other existing profits collected, but n ot in undivided
profits account _____________________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney borrow ed )___________________________
Notes red iscou n ted____________________________________
Deposits, due t o b a n k s.-----------------------------------------------Dividends u n p a id _____________________________________
Individual deposits subject t o check_________ _________
Savings d e p o s its ______________________________________
___________
Demand certificates o f d eposit----- ---------- -------------------------------------Time certificates o f deposit----------------------------------------------------------Certified ch e c k s _______________________________________
___________
Cashier’s^ c h e c k s -------------- ------- ----------------------------------------------------State, cou n ty and m unicipal deposits. ..
P osta l savings deposits-------------------------Other lia b ilities_________________________
T o t a l.




$150,000 00
35.0CO 00
19^618 22

1,204,573 06
-----------------43,800 77
___________
------------------

$1,452,992 05

Combined
___________
___________
___________
____ ______
___________
___________
___________
_ l_ ._______
_________

R E PO R T OP S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

321.

221

OP B A N K S .

ESCONDIDO SAVINGS BANK.
ESCONDIDO.
Incorporated March 28, 1905.

Officers—A. W . W oh lford , President; G. V . Thom as, Vice-President; E. E. Turrentine, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier.
Directors—A . W . W oh lford , E. E. Turrentine, G. V . Thom as, Alexander Stewart, J. N.
Turrentine, A rthur B. Jones, E. G. L ogan .

S tatem ent of June 30, 1919.

Resources—
L oa n s and discounts----------- ----------------------------. . ----- __
O v e r d r a f t s ___ ________________________________ i ______
_
Bondsi, w arrants and other securities_______________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures—_____________
Safe -deposit vaults___ ,__________ • ___ ,_____ ______
—
Other real estate owned_________ __________ __________
Due from reserve banks—, ____________ ______________
_
Due fro m other banks___________ 1 __ ___________ ____
_
A ctual cash on hand_________ ____. . _________________
Exchanges fo r clearing house_______________________
Checks and other cash item s_______________ ______ . . .
Other resou rces!___ ____________ . _________________ ___
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)_______ _____________ _
Notes, drafts', o r bills o f exchange (limited!)_______

Commercial

Savings

----------- ____
___________
___________ !
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
i __________
_________ —
___________
___________
___________
____________

$277,812 00
___________
06,900 00
400 00
___________
__________ l
30,850 98
21,543 33
10,747 14
___________
669 50
128 72
___________
14,645 82

T o ta l _______________ ________________________ _____ ________ _________

$423,687 40

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in------------------------------------1_______
___________
$26,000 00
Surplus _______________ ______ _________ ____________ _____________ _____
25,000 00
Undivided profits, less expenses and' taxes p a id___ . _
___________
484 18
Other existing p rofits collected', b u t n o t In undivided
profits account _____________ _______________________
___________
___________
Bills p ayable (including certificates o f d eposit repre­
senting m oney borrow ed)___________ __________ _____
___________
___________
Notes rediscounted1 _________ ______ —____ ______ _______
___________
___________
Deposits, due t o banks___ ________________________ .____ ___________
___________
Dividends unpaid _____________________ _______ , ______
_
___________
6,750 00
Individual deposits subject t o ch e ck ..______________
___________
__________
Savings d e p o s i t s ___ ______ . . ___________________ . . . . .
___________
298,561 36
Demand certificates o f d eposit___________________ . . .
_____ ______ _____ ________
li m e certiflcat s o f deposit------------------------------------ ,---------------------56,911 96
Certified c h e c k s ___ ____________________ _____________
— j,_______
___________
Cashier’s c h e c k s _________ . ____ ____________ ____ , __ _
_
_____ ______
_______ , __
_
State, cou n ty and municipal deposits1________ ______ _____ _____
_
11,000 00
P osta l savings deposits------------------------------------------ . . .
___________
_______ ____

T o t a l _____ e..




Combined
___________
_____ i ____
___________
___ ________
________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________

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323.

OF B A N K S.

LOMPOC VALLEY BANK.
LOMPOC.
Incorporated April 1, 1906.

Officers—Geo. S. Edwards, President; Geo. W . H arris, Vice-President; R. A. Lazier, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier; John W. Popple, A ssistant Cashier.
D irectors—Geo. S. Edwards, M. M. Gragg-, Geo. W . Harris, Chas. Rudolph, R. A. Lazier.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.

ltcSOUTCCS
L oa n s and discounts___ ,___________ ______ ,_____ ______
O verdrafts . __ _______________________________________ _
B onds, warrants and other securities_____ __________
B ank premises, furniture and fixtures_______________
S afe deposit vaults_______________ _____________ ____ _
Other real estate owned___ ,_________________________
Due from reserve banks___ __________________________
D ue from other b a n k s .._____________________________
A ctual cash on hand _______________________________________________ i _ .
E xchanges fo r clearing house_______ . __________ ____
Checks and1other cash items_____________________ ,___
Other r e s o u r c e s ___ ____________ ________ i_____________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)_______ _______________
Notes, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)_______
T o ta l

Commercial

$479,788 73

Liabilities—
C ap ital s tock paid’ in________________________________
Surplus ___ _____ ______ ______ ______ ___ ________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes p a id —___
Other existing p rofits collected, b u t n o t in undivided
profits a c c o u n t ___ _________________________________
Bills p a ya b le (including certificates o f d eposit repre­
senting m oney borrowedl)_________ _________________
N otes r e d is co u n te d ___ ____________________________ . . .
Deposits, due t o banksi____________________________ -__
Divid nds unpaid —____._______________________ ,___ _
Individual deposits subject t o check___ ____________ __
S avings dteposits _________ ___________________________
Demand certificates o f deposit___ . . . . _______________
Tim e certificates o f d eposit___________ ________ ______
Certified checks _________ _____________ ____________ —
Cashier’s c h e c k s ___ ...___________ _________ —________.
State, cou n ty and m unicipal dteposits___ ..._________
P o s ta l savings deposits__________ ,_______ _____________
Other liabilities _____________________ ________________
T o ta l




Savings

$375,330 15 ___________
1,439 74 ___________
56,317 04 ___________
2,600 00 ___________
___________
____ _______
_________ ________________
23,378 63 ______ ;____
1,694 67 ___________
11,335 96 _________________
___________
___________
2,459 60 ___________
6,242 44 ___ ________
___________
________ .
___________
___ - ______

$50,000 00

20,000 C
O
18,115 34
___________
116,908 98
___________
81,598 43
___________
237,300 35
___________
7,162 00
___________
117 43
3,808 68
17,782 52
____________
_______ ___
$479,788 73

Combined

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

324.

223

LOMPOC VALLEY SAVINGS BANK.
LOMPOC.
Incorporated April 1, 1905.

Officers—Geo. S. Edwards; President; Geo. W. Harris, Vice-President; R. A. Lazier, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier; John W. Popple, Assistant Cashier.
Directors—Geo. S. Edwards, M M. Gragg, Geo. W. Harris, Ohas. Rudolph, R. A. Lazier.
'.
S ta te m e n t o f J u n e 30, 1919.

Resources—

Commercial

Total _________________________________________ —

Savings

Combined

$353,642 15

__________

129,664 25
16,000 00

__________
__________

7,007 23
11,606 40
8,508 43
15,000 00

Loans and discounts______________________________ .
Overdrafts___ ______ __________ _________________ ____
Bonds, warrants and other securities______________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures-------------------Safe deposit vaults___ _____________________________
Other real estate owned____________________________
Due from reserve banks---------- —--------, -----------------Due from other banks____ ____ - ____ ______________
Actual cash on hand___ ____________________________
Exchanges for clearing house________ ,__________ —
Checks and other cash items______________ ________
Other resources________________________ _________ —
Bankers’ -acceptances (limited)____________________
Notes, drafts, or bills of exchange (limited)----------

__________
__________
___________
__________

5 34

__________

$541,612 89 - __________

Liabilities—
Capital stock paid in_______________________ _______
__________
Surplus ______________ _____________ ________________
__________
Undivided' profits, less expenses and taxes paid-----— __________
Other existing profits collected; -but not in undivided
profits account ______________ ___________________
__________
Bills payable (including certificates of deposit repre­
senting money borrowed)___ ___— ----------------------- ---------------Notes rediscounted___ _________________ ____________
___________
Deposits, due to banks--- --------- ------------------ ------ ------------------Dividend's unpaid ----------------------------------------------------------------Individual deposits, subject to check-----------------------------------Savings deposits__________________________________
__________
Demand certificates of deposit_____________________
__________
lime c rtifleatee of deposit....... - __________________
_________—
Certified checks----------- ----------------------------------------- -------------------Cashier’s checks ________________________ ____ —___
__________
State, county and! municipal deposits______________
__________
Postal savings deposits!_______________ ___ ____ —
__________
Other liabilities___ __________ _____ _______ ________ __________
Total

15—48942




$50,000 00
17,000 00
5,12S 00
__________

__________
__________
__________
__________

22,500 00 ___________
__________
__________
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------442,919 89 __________
__________
_______________ _________
------------------------------__________
__________
4,040 00 _______ —.
__________
__________
__________
__________
$541,612 89

..

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325.

SOLANO COUNTY SAVINGS BANK.
SUISUN.
Incorporated April 3, 10O
S.

Officers—E. L. Reese, President; A. L. Reed, Vice-President, Treasurer and Manager; E. D. Holly,
Secretary and Cashier.
Directors—E. L. Reese, A. L. Reed, E. E. Long, P. A. Chadboume, Jas. McNulty, O. E. Barnes,
Jos. L. Neitzel.
S t a t e m e n t o f J u n e 30, 1919.

R esou rces—
Loans and discounts---------------------------------------------Overdrafts------------------------------------ -----------------------Bonds, warrants and other securities______________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures;______________
Safe deposit vaults-------------- ,---------------------------------Other real estate owned_____ - __________ - __________
Due from reserve banks_____________________________
Due from other banks__________ i
_________________
Actual cash on hand1_____________________________
_
Exchanges for clearing house_____ ____________ ——
Checks and other cash items___ ____________________
Other resources____________________ _______________
Bankers’ acceptances (limited)____________________
Notes, drafts, or bills of exchange (limited)_______
Total ________________________ ___________________

Com ercial
m
------------------------------__________
—_________
------------—
___ ________
___________
__________
____ ______
___________
__________
_________—
__________
__________

Savings
$200,811 73

---------------88,470 00

___________
---------------1,764 25
24,254 67

__________
7,700 06

__________
__________
___ ________
___________
___________

__________

£318,000 70

---------------—----------—
__________

$25,000 00
6,500 00
6,072 48

Liabilities —
Capital stock paid in—__________________________ —
Surplus--------------- -------------------------------------------------Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paidi_____
Other existing profits collected, but not in undivided
profits account_______ __________________________
Bills payable (including certificates of deposit repre­
senting money borrowed)------------------------------------Notes rediscounted'_______________________________
Deposits, due to banks---------- ------------- ! ------------------Dividends u n p aid ________________________________
Individual deposits subject to check_______________
Savings deposits___ _j------------- ------------------------------Demand c rtificates of deposit____________________
Time certificates of deposit______________ ___________
Certified checks___________________________________
Cashier’s checks________________________________ —
State, county and municipal deposits--------------------Postal savings deposits________________ i
—_________
Other liabilities__________ ______ ____________________
T o ta l




__________
---------------___________
---------------___________
__________
-----------—
—
__________
__________
___________
------------------------------__________
___________

772 50
255,255 72

12^00 00

$318*000 70

Com
bined
------------------------------__________
__________
---------------__________
___________
___________
____ —____
___________
___________
__________
__________
___________

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

326.

225

SURPRISE VALLEY BANK.
CEDARVILLE.
Incorporated April 18, 1905.

Officers—P. E. Bush, President; J. R. Wilson, Vice-President; Miss K. M. Lester, Secretary and
Cashier; J. W. Heryford, Treasurer.
Directors—Miss K. M. Lester, John Eritz, J. R. Wilson, J. W. Heryford, P. E. Bush.
S ta te m e n t o f J u n e 30, 1919.
R € 80 UVC€ 8—

Commercial

Loans and discounts-------------------$172,678 21
Overdrafts-----------------------372 73
Bonds, warrants and other securities......... ..............—
65,200 00
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures____ _____________
8,10000
Safe deposit vaults— ......... —---------- ----------------------400 00
Other real estate owned__________ __________________ __________
Due from reserve banks...................... — ------------ ------ 56,209 37
Due from other banks------------------------------------------------------13,186 86
18,274 67
Actual cash on hand----------------------------------- --------—
Exchanges for clearing house-------------------------------------------------Checks and other cash items...............
1,074 09
2,838 09
Other resources-----------Bankers’ acceptances (limited)_____________________ _ __________
Notes, drafts, or bills of exchange (limited).... ........— ___________
Total____ ____________________________________ ___

$338,334 02

Liabilities—
Capital stock paid in----------------- ------ ------ -------------$25,000 00
Surplus ___________________________________________
25,000 00
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid______
5,070 84
Other existing profits collected, but not in undivided
profits account------------------------------------ ----------------------------Bills, payable (including certificates o' deposit repre­
senting money borrowed)-------------------------------------- ---------------Notes rediscounted------------------ ------------------------------ ---------------Deposits, due to banks......... ....................................................................
Dividends unpaid-------------- ------ ----------------------. --------------------Individual deposits subject to check-----------------------211,145 38
Savings deposits___________________________________
__________
Demand certificates of deposit______________________
144 40
Time certificates of deposit....... .......... — ------ --------- 62,115 02
Certified checks____________________________________
__________
Cashier’s checks____________ ______________________
161 04
9,000 00
State, county and municipal deposits.............. ...........
Postal savings deposits....... .................................. ......... ...................
Other liabilities_____________________ ____ _________
697 34
T o t a l......... ...................................................................................... -




$338,334 02

Savings

Combined

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

226

327.

FARMERS AND MERCHANTS SAVINGS BANK.
LOMPOC.
Incorporated May 4, 1905.

Officers—Jas. Sloan, President; R. E. TSudden, Vice-President; W. C. Bissinger, Secretary, Treasurer
and Cashier; F. R. Lewis, Assistant Secretary and Assistant Cashier.
Directors—Jas. Sloan, L. H. Sudden, it. C. Sudden, W. C. Bissinger, R. E. Sudden.
S ta te m e n t o f J u n e 30, 1919.
R esou rces

Commercial

L o a n s a n d d is c o u n ts --------------------------------------------------------O v e r d r a f t s ________________________________________________
B o n d s , w a r ra n ts e n d o t h e r secu rities__________________
B a n k prem ises, fu r n itu r e an d fix tu re s __________________
S a fe d e p o s it v a u lt s -------------------------------- --------- -----------------O th er real e s ta te o w n e d __________________________________
D ue fr o m reserve b a n k s _______ ______ ___________ ________
D ue f r o m o th e r b a n k s _____________ ______________________
A c t u a l c a s h o n h a n d _____________________________________
E x ch a n g e s f o r clea rin g h o u s e ___________________________
U h eck s an d o th e r ca sh ite m s____________________________
O th er resou rces ---------- --------------------- ^-------------------------------

------------------____________
____________
____________
------------------____________
____________
________ . . . .
____________
____________
____________
-------------------

Bankers’ acceptances (limited)______________________
Notes, drafts, or bills of exchange (limited)________

Savings

Combined

__________
__________

Total............ ...... ......... ...... i ........... ........................................................

$294,920 00
____________
67,260 00
37,000 00
1,800 00
180 00
56,817 66x
15,242 31
12,500 00
____________
____________
-------------------

____________
____________
____________
___________
____________
____________
____________
------------------

$485,719 97

..

25,000 00
33,000 00
11,786 00

_

Liabilities—
Capital stock paid in------------------------------------------------------------Surplus -------------------------------------------------------------------------------Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid______
___________
Other existing profits collected, but not in undivided
profits account---------- .----------------------------------------- ---------------Bills payable (including certificates of deposit repre­
senting money borrowed)_________________________
__________
Notes rediscounted ________________________________
__________
Deposits, due to banks— ----------------------------------------- ---------------Dividends unpaid__________________________________
__________
Individual deposits subject to check_________________ __________
Savings deposits___________________________________
__________
Demand certificates of deposit------------------------------------------------Time certificates of deposit_________________________
__________
Certified checks____________________________________
__________
Cashier’s checks -------------- --------- -------------------- ------------- --------------State, county and municipal deposits--------- ------ ----------------------Postal savings deposits..------- ------ ------------------------- ---------------Other liabilities ------------------------------ -------------------------------------T o ta l.




---------------__________
__________
---------------__________
__________
415,933 97
---------------__________ '
__________
------------------------------- .................
---------------$485,719 97

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

227

328. BANK OF HALF MOON BAY.
HALF MOON BAY.
Incorporated May 6, 1905.
Officers—Jos. M. Francis, President; Horace Nelson, Vice-President; J. L. Debenedetti, VicePresident; M. J. Bettencourt, Secretary and Cashier; J. C. Williamson, Treasurer; 'P. p. Balestracci, Assistant Cashier.
Directors—W. J. Debenedetti, Horace Nelson, Jos. M. Francis, J. P. Michieli, John Souza,
J. C. Williamson, J. L. Debenedetti, C. W. Borden, M. J. Bettencourt.
S ta te m e n t o f J u n e 30, 1919.

Resources—
Loans and discounts......................... — .........
Overdrafts ------- ---------- ---------- -----------------Bonds, warrants and other securities______
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures______
Safe deposit vaults________________________
Other real estate owned____________________
Due from reserve banks____________________
Due from other banks------------------------------Actual cash on hand-_____ ____ ____________
Exchanges for clearing house______________
Checks and other cash items______________
Other resources_________ ____________ ____
Bankers’ acceptances (limited)_____________
Notes, drafts, or bills of exchange (limited).

Commercial

$120,700 44
313 55
22,534 47
1,150 00
32,223 56
3,231 76

Savings

$262,537 27
88,000 00
2,300 00
51,014 56
140 17
11,600 60

71
55
47
00

2,303 00
83,238 12
149 17
14,832 36
1,000 75

1.0C0 75

$181,214 53

$415,001 60 .

Capital stock paid in______________________ ______ __
Surplus __________________________ *-----------------------Undivided profits, lpss expenses and taxes paid______
Other existing profits collected, but not in undivided
profits accoipit__________________________________
Bills payable (including certificates cn deposit repre­

$12,500 00
2,700 00
2,522 09

$17,500 00
17,000 00
1,067 01

sen tin g ^money b o r r o w e d ) _______________ _____ ________
N otes r e d i s c o u n t e d .................. ............... ............. ............. ........
D ep osits, d u e t o b a n k s ___________________________________
D ividen ds u n p a i d ________________________________________
In d iv id u a l d e p o s its s u b je c t t o ch eck ____________________
S a v in g s d e p o s its ________________________________________
D em a n d certifica tes o f d e p o s it ---------------------------------------T im e certifica tes o f d e p o s it___________________________ —
C ertified c h e c k s __________________________________________
C a sh ier's checks _____________________________ T---------------S ta te, c o u n t y an d m u n icip a l d e p o s its __________________
P o s t a l s a v in g s d e p o s its ---------------------------------------------------O th er l ia b il i t i e s __________________________________________

___________ _
......................
____________
____________
146,459 39
____________
3,402 05
60 00
____________
------------------6,30p 00
------------------7,271 00

Totals.

Combined

$383,297
313
110,534
1,150

$596,816 13

Liabilities—

T o ta ls .




$181,214 53

$30,C O 00
O
19,70000.
3,589 10

fiO 00
00 00
_____ 146,459
39
379,974 59
379,974 59
___________________ 3,40205
________
60 00
6,300 00
7,271 00
$415,601 60

$596,816 13

228

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

329.

AMERICAN SAVINGS BANK OF ANAHEIM.
ANAHEIM.
Incorporated May 8, 1905.

Officers—Wm. J. Sieman, President; P. C. Benjamin, Vice-President; Samuel Kraemer, VicePresident; E. Zitzman, Secretary and Cashier; A. D. Bradford, Treasurer.
Directors—Wm. J. Sieman, C. E. Holcomb, S. Kraemer, A. S. Bradford, F. C. Benjamin.
S ta te m e n t o f J u n e 30, 1919.
R esou rces

Loans and discounts................. ...................... ...............
Overdrafts__________ __________ ____ _______ _______
Bonds, warrants and other securities_______________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures__________ ____
Safe deposit vaults............................................................
Other real estate owned.............................. ....................
Due from reserve banks.._____ ____ ________________ _
Due from other banks______________________________
Actual cash on hand___ ________ ____ _______________
Exchanges for clearing house_______________________
Checks and other cash items....... .................. .......... —
Other resources_______________ ____ __________ ____ _
Bankers’ acceptances (limited)______________ ____ ___
Notes, drafts, or bills of exchange (limited)________

Commercial

.......... ........
_________ _
__________
________ _
. . . . _______.
...................
__________
__________
__________
__________
__________
__________
__________
__________

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

Savings

Combined

$392,140 11 __________
__________
__________
119,176 80 __________
__________
__________
__________
__________
...................
..................
16,240 12 __________
30,728 48 __________
12,486 92 __________
__________ , __________
188 00 __________
__________
__________
__________
__________
—--------------------------$570,960 43

Liabilities—
Capital stock paid in------- ---------- --------------------------Surplus - ............ - --------- ---------------- --------- --------- -------Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid...___

--------------------------_______1 ...

$25,000 00
25,000 00
5,179 73

O th er e x is tin g p r o fits co lle cte d , b u t n o t in u n d iv id e d

profits account__________________________________
B ills p a y a b le (in clu d in g ce rtifica te s o f d e p o s it repre­
s e n tin g m o n e y b o r r o w e d ) ------- -------- —------------------------N o te s r e d i s c o u n t e d _________________________ —--------- -----D e p o sits, d u e t o b a n k s ___________________________________
D ivid en d s u n p a id - ___ ■
____. ___ __________________________
I n d iv id u a l d e p o s its s u b je c t t o ch eck ____________________
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s _____________ _____ _____ _______ _________
D em a n d certificates, o f d e p o s it --------------------------------------T im e certificates o f d e p o s it --------- —--------------------------------C ertified c h e c k s ----------------------------------------------------------------C a s h ier’s checks ...................... ............. ............. ...........................
S ta te , c o u n t y an d m u n icip a l d e p o s it s __________________
P o s t a l s a v in g s d e p o s its ___________ _______________________
O th er l ia b il i t i e s _______ ___________________ _____ __________
T o ta l.




__________

__________

------------------------------------------------------—......... ..........
____________
____________
____________
____________
____________
____________
____________
501,180 70
------------------- _ ------------------------------------2,100 00
------------------------------------............. .......... .------------------__________ —
12,500 00
____________
____________
____________
____________
$570,960 43

..

-

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

229

332 AND 332A. BANK OF GLENDALE.
GLENDALE.
Incorporated' May 19, 1905.
Officers—F. H. Vesper, President; O. M. Walton, Vice-President; D. H. Smith, Vice-President;
Herman Nelson, Secretary, Treasurer and! Cashier; M. G. Smith, Assistant Secretary and
Assistant Cashier.
Directors—F. H. Vesper, D. H. Smith, O. M. Walton, Frank Campbell, Wed! e Bewett,
g
Herman Nelson, A. W. Beach.
S t a t e m e n t o f J u n e 30, 1919.

Resources—

Commercial
$233,474 73
88® 05
8,200 00
10
606 00
800 00
54,356 09
402 64
27,029 80
3,104 25
203 10
26,177 59
£
8
00

Loans and discounts.--------------------------------------------Overdrafts _______ —_____ ___ ,______ ________ _______
Bonds, warrants and other securities------ --------------Bank premises, furniture and' fixtures______________
Safe deposit vaults---------------- ------------- . ---------------_
Other real estate owned_________________ — .
____
Due from reserve banksi__________ _________ ________
Due from other hanks__________ __________________
_
Actual cash on hand.__ , ____________________ _____
Exchanges for clearing house__________ ____ _______
Checks and other cash items—.-_______ ____________
Other resources____________________________ ______
Bankers’ acceptances (limited)___________________ Notes, drafts, or bills of exchange (limited)----------

$371,677 35

Sayings
$156,274 24
11,223 68

__ I ___
_
1,678 06
4,908 94

__
—
4,000 00
____ _
. _
-------- $177,964 82

Combined
$389,748
830
19,428
16,398
696
2,378
69,264
402
81,029
3,104
203
26,177

97
05
68
10
00
06
06
64
86
25
10
50

$549,662 17

Liabilities—
Capital stock paid in---------------------------------------------StirpluB-- ------------------ -------------------------------------------Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid------Other existing profits collected1 but not in undivided
,
profits account _________________________________
Bills payable (including certificates of deposit repre­
senting money borrowed)------------------------------------N o te s red is co u n te d

$50,000 00
4,200 00
2,988 40

$25,000 00.

$75,000 00
4,200 00
2,968 40

_____________________________________

Deposits, due to banks_____________________________
Dividends unpaid _________________________________
Individual deposits subject to check----------------------Savings deposits --------------------------------------------------Demand certificates of deposit--------------------------------Time certificates of deposit_____________________ —
Certified checks________ ___________________________
Cashier’s checks---------- ---------------------------- -------------State, county and municipal deposits______________
Postal savings deposits_____________________ ,______
Other liabilities________ ___________ _______________

277,297 97
116,628 80

277,297 97
116,628 80

28,226 52
96 04

27,355 96

55,582 48
90 04

8,866 42

9,000 00

17,868 42

$371,677 36

$177,984 82

$549,662 17

Note.—The above statement includes the business of a branch office at Glendale.




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REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

333.

BANK OF SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO.
SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO.
Incorporated' May 27, 1905.

Officers—W. H. Ooffinberry, President; S. Lombardi', Vice-President; D. W. Ratto1 Secretary
,
and Assistant Cashier; H. L. Baaker, Treasurer and1 Cashier.
Directors—W. H. Ooffinberry, F. g. Dolley, E. B. Shugert, H. L. Baaker, 8. Lombardi, T. L.
Hickey, J. O. Snyder.
S ta te m e n t o f J u n e 30, 1919.

Resources—
Loans and discounts______— _______ ________ i_____
.
Overdrafts —___________________________ __________
Bonds, warrants and other securities---------------------Bank premises, furniture and fixtures____________ u_
Safe deposit vaults________________________________
Other real estate owned1_______________ ____________
_
Due from reserve banks:___ __________________i
______
Due from other banks--------------------------------- . -------Actual cash on hand1_________ -----------------------------_
Exchanges for clearing house_____ ------------- ---------Checks and other cash items'___ ____ _______________
Other resources _____________ _____________ _______
Bankers’ acceptances (limited)____________________
Notes, drafts, or bills of exchange (limited1---------)
Totals -------------------—__________________ —---------- l
.

Commercial
$312(757
910
63,561
23,543

Savings

69
12
11
70

Combined

$320,279 13

$633,036
910
437,973
91,134
4,904
9,101
178,433
3,936
42,644

374,412 41
67,580 81
4,984 78
9,101 71
81,684)28
3,866 97
9,301 83

90,738 80
33,282 90
2(205 79
25,272 00
—

82
12
52
51
78
71
14
97
82

2(206 79
25,272 00
—

—

$558,272 26

$871,361 92

$1,429,634 18

Capital stock paid in--------------------- ------------------------Sdrplus --------------- --------- ------- ------------------------ !--------

$34,000 00

$66,000 00

13(770 00

13,500 00

$100,000 00
27,270 00

U ndivided! profits', less exp e n se s and t a x e s p a id ______

9,796 42

4,867 19

14,683 61

194 65'

----------------

194 65

_______ 1____
787,004 73

454,343 06
787,004 73
4,337 72

Liabilities—

Other existing profits collected, but not in undivided
profits account _________________________________
Bills payable (including certificate® of deposit repre­
senting money borrowed)_______________________ l
Notes rediscounted _______________________________
Deposits, due to banks____________________________
Dividends unpaid ______a
__________________________
Individual deposits subject to check-----------------------Savings deposits --------------------------------—
Demand certificates of deposit---------- ---------------------Time certificates of deposit________________________
, Certified1 checks' -------—
Cashier’is checks _________________________
—
State, county and municipal deposits--------------------- Postal savings deposits----------------------------------------- l
Other liabilities! ------------------ ----- -------- --------------------

Totals ......




454,343 06
__________
4,337 72
750 00
3(877 45
30,717 96

750 00
3,877 45
30,717 96

6,485 00

6,485 00

$559,272 26

$871,301 92

$1,429,634 18

REPO RT

335.

OP

S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

OP

231

BA N K S.

CROWN CITY TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK.
PASADENA.
In c o r p o r a t e d M a y 29, 1905.

O fficers— J. B . C o u ls to n , P re sid e n t; L e o n V . S haw , V ice -p r e sid e n t; C. A . G o o d y e a r , V ice -P re sid e n t;
E . J. P yle, V ice-P re sid e n t; H . H . G o o d r ic h , V ice -P re sid e n t; R'. O. D a v is , S e cre ta ry , T re a su re r,
C a sh ier a n d T r u s t O fficer; E . W . S m ith , A s s is ta n t S e cre ta ry and A ssista n t T reasu rer.
D ir e c to rs — T . D. A ll’ri, J'. B. C o u ls t o n , G. A. G ibb s, N. T . N ix o n , II. G. C h affee, G arfield R. J o n e s,
H . H . G o o d r ic h , E. J. P y le , L e o n V . S'haw1 R. C. D a v is, T h o m a s C h ish olm , L . W . J u tte n ,
,
O. A . G o o d y e a r , C h a s. N. P o s t , W . E . N ichols.
S t a t e m e n t o f J u n e 30, 1919.

Resources-

Commercial

L o a n s and d is c o u n ts ---------------------------------O v e rd ra fts -------------------------------------------------B o n d s , w a r ra n ts and o t h e r securities—
B a n k prem ises, fu rn itu re an d fix tu r e s —
S a fe d e p o s it v a u lt s ________________________
O th er real e s ta te ow n e d ___________________
D ue f r o m 'r e s e r v e b a n k s ----------------------------D ue fr o m o th e r b a n k s ____________________
A c t u a l cash o n h a n d ______________________
E x ch a n g e s f o r c le a rin g h o u s e____________
Checks, an d o t h r c a s h ite m s------------------O th er resou rces __________
A d v a n c e s t o c o u r t tr u s ts --------------------------

Savings
$873,698 00

--

Court trusts Private trusts

Combined

$85,006 O
O

281,157 36
6,450 00

T o t a ls

396,314 86
6,450 00

32,789 21'
182,8159 14
---------------39,673 47
553 39
3,062 54
47 67
__________

-■
—
-..
..
—
..

15,112 50 $100,015 00
__________ __________
.............................. ...........
__________ __________
580 00
103 00
__________ __________
__________ __________
__________ ...________
__________ ______ ____
220 00
5,197 00

32,789
182,859
683
39,673
553
3,062
47
5,417

21
14
O
O
47
39
54
67
O
O

$1,420,290 78 $100,912 50 $105,345 00' $1,626,548 28

Liabilities-—
C a p ita l s t o c k p a id in_________________ . . .
Surplus _____________________________________
U n divid ed p r o fits , less expenses and
ta x e s p aid _______________________________
O th er ex is tin g p r o fits , co lle cte d , b u t h o t
in u n d ivid ed p r o fits a c c o u n t------- --------B ills p a y a b le , in clu d in g certifica tes o f
d e p o s it represen tin g m o n e y b o r r o w e d N otes r ed iscou n ted 1 ----------------------------------D ep osits due t o b a n k s ______, ------------------D ivid en d s u n p a id --------------------------------------In d iv id u a l d ep osits s u b je c t t o ch eck -----S a v in g s d e p o s its __________________________
D em a n d certificates o f d e p o s it---------------T im e certifica tes o f d e p o s it______________
C ertified checks ___________________________
C a sh ier’ s checks __________________________
S ta te, c o u n t y and m u n icip a l d e p o s i t s ...
P o s t a l s a v in g s d e p o s it s ----------------------------O th er liab ilities ___________________________
D ep osits received fr o m e x e c u to r s , a d ­
m in is tr a to r s , g u a rd ia n s , receivers, etc.
T o t a l s __________________________________

Trust Resources—
P erson al
assets
received
fr o m
e x ecu tors,
a d m in is tr a to r s ,
as­
signees, receivers o r tru stees_____
T r u s t in v estm en ts:
(a ) P e r s o n a l p r o p e r t y '....................
(b ) R ea l p r o p e r t y __________ _____
D ue f r o m b a n k s _____________________
G ash o n h a n d ________________________

T o t a l -------------------------------------------

------------------____________

$100,000 00 $100,000 OO $100,000 00
24,500 00

$300,000 00
24,500 00

____________

104 85

112 50

45 00

262 35

-------------------

-------------------

800 00

5,300 00

6,100 00

------------------------------------- ~
------------------------------------------------------____________
------------------____________
____________
____________
____________
------------------____________

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1,062,219 48
------------------191,166 45
____________
____________
52,300 00
------------------____________

____________

____________

_____

$1,420,290'78 $100,912' 50 $105,345 00 $1,626,548 28

Court trusts

____________
$554,415 11
74,125 00
13,980 77
____________

$642,520 88

____

Trust Liabilities—
P erson al
assets
received
fr o m
e x e cu to rs ,
a d m in is tr a to r s ,
as­
signees, receivers o r tru stees_____
T ru s ts held in c a p a c it y o f e xecu ­
t o r , a d m in is tr a to r , g u a r h ia n , a s ­
signee, receiver o r tru ste e________
P r iv a t e tru s ts, sp e cia lly d e sig n a te d
an d c o n s tru e d a s c o u r t tru sts,
u n d er s u p e rv isio n ________ _____ _
T o t a l ____________________________

1,062,219 48
191,1^6 45

52,300 00

Court trusts

____________

$642,520 88

_________ —
$642,520 88

Private trusts, not specially designated as court trusts, are not under supervision of State Bankirfg
Department.




232

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

338.

BANK OF POINT ARENA.
POINT ARENA.
Incorporated June 9, 1903.

Officers—J. O. HalMday, President; O. P. O’Brien, Vice-President; Wm. Hanen, Secretary;
A. Storaetta, Treasurer; P. W. Haggreen, Cashier; J. H. Halliday, Assistant Cashier.
Directors—J. C. Halliday, O. P. O’Brien', J. H. Halliday, W. Hanen, A. Storaetta, C. J.
Buchanan, Sr., A. D. Pitts.
S t a t e m e n t o f J u n e 30, 1919.
R G 80U TC 6S —

Loans andl discounts-________________________________

Commercial

Savings

$86,9843 4

Bonds, warrants and other securities-------------------------23,68600
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures--------------------968 00
Safe deposit vaults________________________________
__________
Other real estate owned___________________ _________ __________
Due from reserve banks___________________________
61,86852
Due from other banks_______________________
14,46084
Actual cash on hand_____ __________________
10,60075
Exchanges for clearing house______________________
__________
Checks and ether cash items_______________________
88 98
Other resources_____ *_____________________________ ___________
Bankers’ acceptances (limited)---------- , ---------------------------------Notes, drafts/ or bills of exchange (limited)_______
__________
T o t a l ------------- ----------------------------------------------------

$168,585 43

Liabilities—
Capital stock paid in_______________________________
Surplus —--------------------------- --------------------------------Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid_____
Other existing profits collected, but not in undivided!
profits account__________________________________
Bills payable (including certificates of deposit repre­
senting money borrowed!)------------------------------------Notes rediscounted ____________________, __________
_
Deposits, dUe to banks_____________________________
Dividend's unpaid_________________________________
Individual deposits subject to check---------------- --------Savings deposits_____ t
_____________________________
Demand certificates of deposit_____________________
Time certificates of deposit________________________
Certified checks__________________ _______ _______ ___
Cashier’s checks__________________________________
State, county and municipal deposits______________
Postal savings deposits________________ ____________
Other liabilities______________ __________ __________
T o t a l ________________________________________________________




$25,000 00
1,902 00
1,120 06
__________
---------------___________
__________
245 00
137,206 81
___________
600 00
___________
776 75
__________
__________
1,66© 81
___________
$168,535 43

Com
bined

233

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

339.

“ BANK OF CENTERVILLE.’ ’
CENTERVILLE.
Incorporated June 13, 1905.

Officers—Jno. G. Mattps, Jr., President and Manager; Joseph Dias, Vice-President; F. T. Dusterberry, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; Howard B. White, Assistant Cashier.
Directors—Jno. G. Mattos, Jr., Joseph Dias, F. T. Dusterberry, F. I. Lemos, E. H. Stevenson,.
M. F. Silva, Emanuel George.
S ta te m e n t o f J u n e 30, 1919.

Resources—
Loans and discounts........................—.................. .........
Overdrafts............ .................... ...................__.............. .
Bonds, warrants and other securities_______________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures.—____ ________
Sa^e deposit vaults_______ __________________________
Other real estate owned_________ _____ ____________
Due from reserve banks............................ . . . ......... ......
Due from other banks___________ ___________________
Actual cash on hand__________ _____________________
Exchanges for clearing house_______________________
Checks and other cash items_____________ __________
Other resources .~ T
________ _______ _________________
Bankers’ acceptances (limited)__________ __________
Notes, drafts, or bills of exchange (limited)— ....... .
Totals.

Commercial

Savings

Combined

$149,632 10

$269,472 15

$419,104 25

148,631 00
6,000 00

334,683 50

483,314 50
6,000 00

115,422 74

41,719 98

157,142 72

27,598 15

15,878 33

43,476 48

283 20
59,863 18

288 20
59,863 18
7,341 00

7,341 00

$507,430 37

$609,094 96

$1,176,525 33

$45,000 00

Liabilities—
Capital stock paid in.____ _______ _______ ___ _____
Surplus ____ : ___________ ____ ___________ ______ ___
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid______
Other existing profits collected, but not in undivided
profits account..............^ ................. ...... ......... ..........
Bills payable (including certificates of deposit repre­
senting money borrowed)....... ................. .............. —
Notes rediscounted ________________________________
Deposits, due to banks_____________________________
Dividends unpaid__________________________________
Individual deposits subject to check-----------------------Savings deposits___________ _______ ________________
Demand certificates of deposit---------------------------------Time certificates of deposit____________ ____ ______ —
Certified checks_____ _____ _________________ . _______
Cashier’s checks_____________________ _____________
State, county and municipal deposits.................... —
Postal savings deposits_____________________________
Other liabilities___________ ________________ _____ —
T o ta ls .




$55,000 00

$100,000 00

10,000 00

6,000 00

5,617 53

3,441 01

16,000 00
9,058 54

4,050 00
3,000 00
237,372 70
586,653 95
65,748 53
93,415 20

4,050 00
3,000 00
237,372 70
586,65395
65,748 53
93,415 20

' 11,009 22
32,000 00
217 19

____________
18,000 00
____________

11,009 22
50,000 OP
217 19

$507,430 37

$669,094 96

$1,176,525 33

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

234

340.

SELMA SAVINGS BAN £.
SELMA.
Incorporated June 22, 1905.

Officers—M. Vincent, President; M. Sides Vice-President; W. O. Preeland, Secretary, Treasurer
and'Cashier; G. W. Glines, Assistant Cashier.
Directors—M. Vincent, T. B. Matthews, M. Sides, W. C. Freeland, O. J. Woodward.
S ta te m e n t o f J u n e , 30, 1919.
R esou rces

L o a n s an d d is c o u n ts_________________________ ___________
O v e r d r a ft s . . . l ___________________________________________
B o n d s , w a rra n ts and o th e r se cu ritie s_________ . _______
B a n k prem ises, fu rn itu re a n d fix tu r e s __________________
S a fe d e p o s it v a u lts -----------------------------------------------------------O th er real esta te o w n e d __________________________________
D ue f r o m reserve b a n k s ___________________________ ______
D ue fr o m o t h e r b a n k s ____________________________________
A c t u a l ca sh on h a n d _____________________________________

Commercial

Savings

____________
____________
____________
____________
------------------____________
____________
____________
____________

$277,736 00
____________
113,435 24
____________
------------------____________
21,672 30
____________
11,557 26

______ ____

$424,400 80

Capital stock paid in-------------------------------------------------- ------ ---Surplus------------------------------------------------------------------- ----------------Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid______
__________

$25,000 00
25,000 00
8,484 11

Exchanges for clearing house______________
Checks and other cash items_______________
Other resources___________________________
Bankers’ acceptances (limited)_____________
Notes, drafts, or bills of exchange (limited).
Total____ ________________ _______________ r________

Liabilities—

O th er e x is tin g p r o fits c o lle cte d , b u t n o t in u n d iv id e d '
p r o fits a c c o u n t ________________________________________
B ills p a y a b le (in clu d in g certifica tes o f d e p o s it repre­
sen tin g m o n e y b o r r o w e d ) ______________________________
N otes red iscou n ted 1_____________________________________
D e p o s its , d u e t o b a n k s ___________________________________
D ivid en d s u n p a i d ______________________________________ —
In d iv id u a l d e p o s its s u b je c t t o ch eck ___________________
S a v in g s d e p o s i t s _________________________________________
D em a n d certificates o f d e p o s it __________________________
T im e certificates o f d e p o s i t - . ___________________________
C ertified c h e c k s ________________________ - _________________
C a s h ier’ s checks _________________________________________
S t . t e , c o u n t y and m u n icip a l d e p o s it s __________________
P o s t a l s a v in g s d e p o s its __________________________________
O th er l ia b il i t i e s __________ ________________________________
T o ta l.




____________

____________

____________
_____________
____________
____________
____________
____________
____________
____________
____________
____________
______ ______
____________
: ________

____________
____________
____________
____________
____________
365.916 69
____________
____________
____________
____________
____________
____________
____________
$424,400 80

Combinjd

____________
____________
____________

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

341.

235

THE CALIFORNIA SAVINGS BANK.
PETALUMA.
Incorporated June 23, 1905.

Officers—A. J. Bloom, President; H. S. Gossage, Vice-President; J. H. Gwinn, Secretary, Treasurer
and Cashier; Chas. McNally, Assistant Cashier.
Directors—A. J. Bloom, Magnus Vousen, A. J. Peterson, J. H. Gwinn, H. S. Gossage,
H. C. Scrutton, C. C. Boysen, B. D. Hinshaw, James Sorensen.
S ta te m e n t o f J u n e 30, 1919.

Resources—
Loans and discounts _____ _______ ____ _____
Overdrafts____________________ - -------------Bonds, warrants and other securities______
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures______
Safe deposit vaults------------------------------------Other real estate owned____________________
Due from reserve banks____________________
Due from other banks---------- ---------------------Actual cash on hand---------------------------------Exchanges for clearing house______________
Checks and other cash items---------------------Other resources__________________________
Bankers’ acceptances (limited)______,----------Notes, drafts, or bills of exchange (limited).

Commercial

----------------

Total.

Savings

$1,557,(555 32
576,841 82
600 00
1,250 00
294,200 46
71,499 79

..

12,928 74

..

61,003 CO

$2,575,979 13

Liabilities—
Capital stock paid in-------------------- ------ ------------------- - ---------------Surplus____________________________________________
__________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid______ __________
Other existing profits collected, but not in undivided
profits account------------------------- ------ ------------------Bills payable (including certificates of deposit repre­
senting money borrowed)-------------------------------------- ---------------Notes rediscounted_____________________ ____ ______
__________
Deposits, due to banks--------------------------------------------- ' ---------------Dividends unpaid-----------------------------------------------------------------Individual deposits subject to (heck--------------------------------------Savings deposits __________________________________ __________
Demand certificates of deposit------------------------------ ----------------------Time certificates of deposit-------------------------------------- ---------------Certified checks____________________________________
__________
Cashier’s checks ___________________________________
__________
State, county and municipal deposits_______________
__________
Postal savings deposits---------------------------------------------------------Other liabilities____________________________________ __________
T o t a l........... ...............................— ......................... - ............. - ................. - ...............




Combined

___ ^......... .

$200,000 00
95,000 00
12,000 00

__________
---------------8,000 00
--------- T
----2,210,979 13
------------------------------__________
__________
50,000 00
__________
$2,575,979 13

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

236

342.

VENICE SAVINGS BANK.
VENICE.
Incorporated July 1, 1905.

Officers—A. L. Shipley, President; R. A'. Phillips, Vice-President; 0. W. Erdlen, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier; E. K. Carrier, Assistant Secretary.
Directors—J. S. Moore, R. A. Phillips, R. A. Dallugge, P. H. Voung, A. L. Shipley.
S ta te m e n t o f J u n e 30, 1919.

R esou rces
Com ercial
m
Loans and discounts......... ......... ................... ..................
...................
Overdrafts____ — ______ _____ ____ ____ _____ _______
__________
Bonds, warrants and other securities.,_____________
__________
Banlr premises, furniture and fixtures_______________
________ _
Safe deposit vaults...... ......... ......................... __________ __________
Other real estate owned--------------------------- ------------------------------Due from reserve banks__________ _______ ___________ __________
Due from other banks______________________________
____ ____ 389
Actual cash on hand________ „_____________ ________
__________
Exchanges for clearing house_______________________
__________
Checks and other cash items____ ______ _____________ ' __________
Other resources____________ _____________ ____ _____
__________
Bankers’ acceptances (limited)______________________
__________
Notes, drafts, or bills of exchange (limited)________
__________
Total------------------ -------------------------------------------------

----------------

Savings
$111,987 24
__________
47,862 82
__________
975 00
8,650 00
14,685 18
77
7,019 78
__________
2 07
5,021 91
__________
__________
$196,593 77

Combined

..

Liabilities—
Capital stock paid in____ ____ ______________________ _____ ____ _
$25,000 00
Surplus _________________ _____ _______ _______ _____
________ . .
1,000 00
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid______
__________
2,338 12
Other existing profits collected, but not in undivided
profits account ---------------------------------------------------Bills payable (including certificates ol deposit repre­
senting money borrowed)-------------------------------------Notes rediscounted------ -------------------- ^-------------------Deposits, due to banks------------- --------------- -------------Dividends unpaid............................... —......... — ........— ---------------20 00
Individual deposits subject to check.------- ------------------------ ------------- .----------.
Savings deposits---------- ------------- ------ -----------------------------------154,719 65
Demand certificates of deposit---------------------------------- ------------------------------Time certificates of deposit_________________________
____ j-------3,116 00
Certified checks ---------- ------------- --------- ---------------- ------------- .............
- ......... ........
Cashier’s checks — ....... ...... ..................—--------- ------ -------------------------------------State, county and municipal deposits------------------------------------10,400 00
Postal savings deposits--------------------- ---------------------- ------------------------------Other liabilities______________ ____ ____ ____________
__________
— ...........—
T o ta l.




$196,593 77

..
..

-

237

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

343.

BANE OF A. LEVY (INCORPORATED).
OXNARD.
Incorporated July 2D 1006.
,

Officers—A. Levy, President; James Leonard, Vice-President; Jos. P. Levy, Secretary; Alpha
Adams, Treasurer and Cashier; Albert Guedemann, Assistant Cashier.
Directors—A. Levy, James Leonard, Henry Levy, Alpha Ad!ams, A. Camarillo, Louis Maulhardt,
Justin Petit, Casper Borchard', Thomas Bell.
S ta te m e n t o f J u n e 30, 1919.

Resources—
Loans and discounts.'.____________________________
Overdrafts ________________________________________
Bonds, warrants and other securities______________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures______________
Safe deposit vaults___ ____________ i ____________
__
Other real estate owned_________ ___ ______ _________
Due from reserve banks___________________ _____ ..__
Due from other banks___________________________ l_
Actual cash on hand______________________________
Exchanges for clearing house_____________________
Checks and other cash items.._____ _________ ,______
Other resources___________________________________
Bankers’ acceptances (limited)____ ________________
Notes, drafts, or bills of exchange (limited)----------

Com ercial
m
$1,028,631 44
6,098 06
238,488 38
6,128 50
5,000 00
600 00
880,852 68

Savings
$666,355 92

26,426*77

Com
bined
$1,683,990 36
6,098 06
269,488 38
6.12B 50
5,000 00
600 00
406,779 46

83,510 56

17,880 27

101,390 83

6,048 20
13,989 14

31,000 00

6,043 26
13,989 14

—
—

$1,768,840 02

$729,662 96

$2,498,507 98

$150,000 00
150,000 00
150,578 84

$00,000 00
50,000 00
24,459 98

$200,000 00
200,000 00
176,038 82

Liabilities—
Capital stock paid in_______________________ _______
Surplus _____________ —____________________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid-------Other existing profits collected, but not in undivided
profits account------------- ------------------------------------Bills payable (including certificates of deposit repre­
senting money borrowed)________________________
Notes rediscounted_______________________________
Deposits, due to banks_____,_______________________
Dividends unpaid-------------------------------------------------Individual deposits subject to check________________
Savings deposits__________________________________
Demand certificates of deposit__________ __________
Time certificates of deposit------------- -------------------Certified checks----------------------------------------------------Cashier’s checks--------------------: ------ -----------------------.
State, county and municipal deposits____________ —
Postal savings deposits------------- ---------------------------Other liabilities_______________________ ___ i
-----------T o ta ls




—

1,212,305 70
605,202 98
245 00
27,565 00
226 99
51,217 07
72,706 42

_____________

___

___
_
______

1,212,305 70
605,202 98
245 00
27,565 00
226 99
5,217 07
72,706 42

__

_________________

$1,768,845 02

$729,662 96

$2,408,507 9s

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344.

REDONDO SAVINGS BANK—
REDONDO BEACH.
Incorporated July 22, 1906.

Officers—J. E. Walter, President; B. D. Smith, Vice-President; O. E. Perkins, Secretary and
Cashier; Geo. S. Punk, Treasurer.
Directors—J. E. Walker, J. L. Lunford', R. E,. Mattson^ R D. Smith, Marco H. Heilman,
L
Irving H. Heilman, Geo. S. Punk.
S ta te m e n t o f J u n e 30, 1919.
Commercial

Savings

----------------

$89,460 00

___________

Bonds, warrants and other securities___ _______ _____
_____ '_____
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures1___________ _______________
_
Safe deposit vaults----------------------------- --------- ------ — ---------------Other real estate owned— . . — l __________________ ! _________
Due from reserve. banks,____________ _______________
__ ____ ___
Due from1 other banks_______________________ _____
__________
Actual cash on hand1
_____ l ________________________
__________
Exchanges for clearing house______________________
_______ ____
Checks and other cash items______ —, __________ ____
_
__________
Other resources___ ________________________________
__________
Bankers’ acceptances (limited)____________________
__________
Notes, drafts, or bills of exchange (limited)_______
__________

, 47,668 21

__________

1,000 oo

___________

12,810 00
10,010 56
9,750 56
6,793 23

__________
___________
__________
__________

R esou rces

Loans and discountsi________________ __________ ;-----

Total _____ _______________________________________

$177,377 56

Combined

__________

Liabilities—
Capital stock paid in____________ . _________ _______
_
Surplus _______________________ _____________ _________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes: paid'_____
Other existing profits collected, but not in undivided
profits account _________________________________
Bills payable (including'certiflcates of deposit repre­
senting money borrowed)_________________—--------. Notes rediscounted ___________________ ______ ______ Deposits, dhe to banks1....... ...... ..............,____________
Dividend's unpaid__ ________ ___ ____________________
Individual deposits subject to check___ ____________
Savings deposits_____ —_____ ______________________
Demand certificates of deposit,_____________________
Time certificates' of deposit_______________________
Certified checks
____ __ _________ _______________ —_
Cashier’s checks ________________ , _________________
_
State, county and municipal deposits—, --------------Postal savings deposits,________ ____ ________________
Other liabilities , ____________________ ____________
_
T o ta l

..




$25,000 00 __________
5,870 O __________
O
29 09 _____ „____

1,000 00

_______

129,928 18

__________

1,535 00

.__________

13,990 83

___ ________

31 00

_____ ______

$177,377 56

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

239

346, 346A AND 346C. BANK OF LOS BANOS.
LOS BANOS.
Incorporated August 3, 1906.
Officers1
—J. Leroy Nickel, President; J. P. Olyne, Vice-President; O. W. Hawks, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier.
Directors—S. A. Smith, J. Leroy Nickel, J. P. Clyne, J. E. Place, W. W. Wright, J. E.
McClelland, O. W. Hawks.
S ta te m e n t o f J u n e 30, 1919.

Resources—
Loans and discounts______ j_______________________
Overdrafts
, _________ ___ _____________ ____ - ___
_
Bonds, warrants and! other securities!—
.------------------Bank premises', furniture and fixtures___ ___________
Safa deposit vaults___ _______________ _______________
Other real estate owned____ j____________________ —
Due from reserve banks_____ ______________________
Due from other banks____________ _________________
Actual cash on hand___________________________ ____
Exchanges for clearing house___________ ____ _______
Checks and1 other cash items________ ___ __________
Other resources___________________________________
Bankers’ acceptances (limited)____________________
Notes, draft®, or bills of exchange (limited)---------Totals _____________ ____ ________________________

Com ercial
m
$289,813 81
2,058 07
174,748 92
8,119 39

Savings
$663,290 34
87,350 17

Com
bined
$843,104 18
2,058 07
262,101 09
8,118 39

958 71
68,473 78

46,158 71

968 71
118,632 47

33,451 07

23,472 40

56,923 53
7,868 34
16,165 46

7,868 34
10,169 46

$601,697 16

$700,273 69

$1,310,930 84

$70,000 00
24,000 00
9,281 58

$30,000 00
38,500 00
11,905 73

$100,000 00

Liabilities—
Capital stock paid in_______ _________________________
Undivided1profits; less expenses and taxes paid-------Other existing profits collected' but not In undivided
profits account ,,------ ---------------- -------------------------Bills payable (including certificates of deposit repre­
senting money borrowed)________ —, ____________
_
Notes rediscounted _____________ —_______________ ■
Deposit®, due to banks_____________________________
Dividends unpaid ________________________ ____ ___
Individual deposits subject to check__________ _____
Savings deposits ____________________________ -____
Demand certificates of deposit—___________________
Time certificates of deposit_________________________
Certified checks __________ l____________ ___________
Cashier’s checks_______________ _________________ ____
State, county and! municipal deposits___ ____________ _
Postal savings deposits--- ---------------------------- --------Other liabilities___ ________________ _________________
T o t a ls --------------------- ------------------------------------------

3 57

3 87

'24,968 36
083,777 66
4,093 01
26,528 53
135 00
1,846 97
40,800 14

$601,657 16

87,500 00
21,277 31

$709,273 68

424,968 36
688,777 95
4,093 01
26,528 S3
135 00
1,846 97
40,800 14

$1,310,930 84

Note.—The above statement includes the business of branch offices at Dos Palos and Firebaugh.

16-48942




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347.

BUTTE COUNTY SAVINGS BANK.,
CHICO.
Incorporated August 14, 1906.

Officers—Guy R. Kennedy, President;.Jas. H. Jones, Vice-President; E. T. Williamson, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier; T. J. Bohling, Assistant Cashier; P. D. Piltz, Assistant Cashier.
Directors—Stanley L. Sproul, E. T. WilHamson, Ed. Harknessi, Jas. H. Jones, Guy R. Kennedy,
Wm. J. O’Connor, Harry C. Compton.
S t a t e m e n t o f J u n e 30, 191b.
R esou rces

~

Loans and discounts________________ ________ _______
Overdrafts____ x~__________________________________
Bonds, warrants and other securities—_____________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures______________
Safe deposit vaults_______________________________
Other real estate owned—____________ ______________
Due from reserve banks______________ ,_____ ..._____
Due from other banks___ ________________ _________
Actual cash on hand—_____________________________
Exchanges for clearing house__________ i
________. . .
Checks and other cash items______________ ______ ___
Other resources___________________________________
Bankers’ acceptanc s (limited)____________________
Notes, drafts, or bills of exchange (limited)---------T o t a l ___

Commercial

___________
___________
__________
___________
___________
__________
__________
__________
__________
__________
__________
__________
__________
----------------

Savings

436,547 9©
28,250 00
6,927 97
71,135 73

Combined

___________
__________

_Z___

__________

65,074 50

___________

2,384 69
1,011 75

_________
___________

$1,941,299 62

..

Liabilities—
Capital stock paid in_______________________________
Surplus ..._______________________________________ —
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid—.----Other existing profits collected, but not in undivided
___ ..._____ —________________ _
profits account
Bills payable (including certificates of deposit repre­
senting money borrowed)___ _____________________
Notes rediscounted______ ____ i
____________________
Deposits, due to banks-------- ------------- --------------------Dividends unpaid------------------------ . -------------------------Individual d posits subject to check____________ —
Savings deposits________________________________ —
Demand certificates of deposit______________________
Time certificates of deposit—___________________ i _
_
Certified checks----- ----------------- ------------------------------Cashier’s checks _____________ —------ ------------ -----------State, county and' municipal deposits!--------—---------Postal savings deposits___ ____— , ___________, ____ i
_
_
Other liabilities-----------------------------------------------------T o ta l




$150,000 00
50,000 00

_______ ___
__________

9,889 94

___________

4,500 00

___________

1,619,918 24

___________

15.000 00

__________

75.000 00
1,891 30
16,100 14

__________
__________
__________

$1,941,299 62

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REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

348.

MENDOCINO BANK OF COMMERCE.
MENDOCINO.
Incorporated September 1, 1905.

Officers—Joshua Grindle, President; John S. Ross, Vice-President; Fred W. Stickney, Secretary,
Treasurer and Assistant Cashier; P. H. Perkins, Cashier.
Directors—Joshua Grindle, John S. Hoss, H. L. Preston, Pred-W. Stickney, J. C. Ottoson.
S ta te m e n t o f J u n e 30, 1919.

Resources—
Loans and discounts------ --------- ------------------------------Overdrafts............ - .........................................................
Bonds, warrants and other securities— .................... —
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures..... ............... ......
Safe deposit vaults— ------ -------------------- --------- --------Other real estate owned____________________________
Due from reserve banks____________________________
Due from other banks______________________________
Actual cash on hand_______________________________
Exchanges for clearing house_______________________
Checks and other cash items________________________
Other resources_________ ____ ________'_____________
Bankers’ acceptances (limited)______________________
Notes, drafts, or bills of exchange (limited)____ ____
Totals....... ......... - ..................- ..........— --------------------

Commercial

Savings

Combined

$91,329 62
186 96
17,356 00
10,686 25

$81,287 48
__________
23,554 20
______ ____

$172,617 10
186 96
40,910 20 •
10,686 25

28,813 71
819 34
12,737 62

15,344 39
___________
8,966 41

44,158 10
819 34
21,704 03

945 55
27 72

__________
3,578 59

945 55
3,606 31

$162,902 77-

$132,731 07

$295,633 84

$15,000 00
10,000 00
750 00

$10,000 00
2,500 00
677 20

$25,000 00
12,500 00
1,427 20

Liabilities—
Capital stock paid in--------- ---------- -------------------------Surplus ------- ------------- ------------------------------------------Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid______
Other existing profits collected, but not in undivided
profits account ---------------------------- ----------------------Bills payable (including certificates o' deposit repre­
senting money borrowed)_________________________
Notes rediscounted------------------------------------------------Deposits, due to banks------- ------------- -----------------------Dividends unpaid__________________________________
Individual deposits subject to check------- -------- -------Savings deposits__________ ________________ - ........—
Demand certificates of deposit............ ................... ........
Time certificates of deposit------ --------- --------- - ........... Certified checks.................................... ......... ..................
Cashier’s checks --------------------- ------------------------------State, county and municipal deposits----------------------Postal savings deposits____________________________
Other liabilities--------------------------------- -------------------T o ta ls .




404 52

404 52

24 90
1,250 00
122,489 50

24 90
1,250 00
122,489 50
118,818 87
456 00

118,818 87
456 00
3,336 49
5,000 00
3,996 71
194 65

735 00

$162,902 77

$132,731 07

3,336
5,000
3,996
929

49
00
71
65

$295,633 84

242

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

350.

FARMERS AND MERCHANTS STATE BANK
MOUNTAIN VIEW .
Incorporated September 16, 1906.

Officers—J. S. Mockbee, President; M. Farrell, Vice-President; Wilbur L. Camp, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier; O. W. Whaley, Assistant Cashier.
Directors—J. S. Mockbee, Geo. Swall, Geo. Jagels, Wilbur L. Camp, O. W. Whaley, O. W. Butz,
H. A. Rengstorff, M. Farrell, A. M. Crittenden.
S t a t e m e n t o f J u n e 30, 1919.

Resources—

Commercial

Loans and discounts___________
Overdrafts________________________________________
Bonds, warrants and other securities________________
Bank premises, furniture and'fixtures— ____ _______
Safe deposit vaults__________
Other real estate owned................... ........... . ................ . .
Due from reserve banks_____ ______ _____ ____ _______
Due from Other banks____ ____ _____________________
Actual cash on hand_______________________________
Exchanges for clearing house_______________________
Checks and other cash items____________________
Other resources____________________________________
Bankers’ acceptances (limited)______________________
Notes, drafts, or bills of exchange (limited)________

$604,668 95
763 11
132,953 50
16,277 89
2,087 00
...................
227,711 98
__________
59,097 32
__________
246 32
842 90
__________
__________

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

$1,044,648 97

Liabilities —
Capital stock paid in______________________________
Surplus_______________________ _____ _____ ____ _____

$50,000 00
49,000 00

Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid______

601 29

Other existing profits collected, but not in undivided
profits account __________________________________
Bills payable (including certificates of deposit repre­
senting money borrowed)_________________________
Notes rediscounted ________________________________
Deposits, due to banks______________________________
Dividends unpaid__________________________________
Individual deposits subject to check-----------------------Savings deposits __________________________________
Demand certificates of deposit------------------------------Time certificates of deposit_________ ._______________
Certified checks......................
Cashier’s checks .............................. , . ------------------------State, county and municipal deposits................—........
Postal savings deposits________l____________________
Other liabilities-------------------

__________
__________
__________
2,500 00
837,518 72
___________
11,626 2 6
1
63,827 19
49 00
---------------25,000 00
810 83
3,655 68

T o t a l._______ ________ _____________________ _____ ________ -

$1,044,648 97




Savings

Combined

243

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

351.

BANE OF NEEDLES.
NEEDLES.
Incorporated July 31, 1907.

Officers—T. M. Quebedeaux, President; 0. D. Collins, Vice-President, Secretary and Treasurer;
J. H. Butler, Cashier.
Directors—Geo. E. Butler, T. M. Quebedeaux, O. D. Collins, R. H. Tuttle, T. P. Brioady.
S ta te m e n t o f J u n e 30, 1919.
ReSOUTCeS—

Commercial

Savings

Loans and discounts.______________ _____ __________
$106,194 45
Overdrafts___________ ____________ _____ __________
1 00
Bonds, warrants and other securities________________
106,750 00
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures. ............ ...........
28,000 00
Safe deposit vaults______________________ __________ __________
Other real estate owned__________ — -_______ ^______
500 00
Due from reserve banks________________________
50,80239
Due from other banks________________________________
24,27679
Actual cash on hand__________________________
13,82253
Exchanges for clearing house_____ ___ ______________
__________
Checks and other cash items_____________ __________
64 42
Other resources —--------------------------------------------------2,831 75
Bankers’ acceptances (limited)— ____ _______________
__________
Notes, drafts, or bills of exchange (limited)________
__________
Total.________________________ ____________________

$333,243 33

Liabilities—
Capital stock paid in______________________________
Surplus ................. .................................................. ..........
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid...........
Other existing profits collected, but not in undivided
profits account ___________________________________
Bills payable (including certificates of deposit repre­
senting money borrowed)_________________________
Notes rediscounted________________________________
Deposits, due to banks_____________________________
Dividends unpaid_____________________________ ____ _
Individual deposits subject to check________________
Savings deposits___________________________________
Demand certificates of deposit_____________________
Time certificates of deposit-------------------- ------------ ----Certified checks — _______________ ____ ____________
Cashier’s checks _____ ______________________________
State, county and municipal deposits-------------- •
------Postal savings deposits _______ ____________________
Other liabilities____________________________________

__________
__________
__________
250 00
244,116 42
__________
2,000 00
27,344 06
__________
__________
10,500 00
8,099 55
__________

t o t a l ____________ ______ _________________________ ______ -

$333,243 33




$25,000 00
15,000 00
933 30

Combined

244

REPO RT

352.

OP

S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

OP

BA N K S.

“ LIVERMORE VALLEY SAVINGS BANK.”
LIVERMORE.
Incorporated October 6, 1905.

Officers—T. W. Norris, President; ,r. O. McKown, Vice-President; H. S. Goodell, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier.
Directors—Rube Hunter, T. W. Norris, H. S. Goodell, J. F. CarlstOn, Herman D. Ruter,
H. W. Hupers, August Hagemann, J. O. McKown, Chas. M. Nissen, D. D. Emminger,
H. J. Callaghan, Jr.
S ta te m e n t o f J u n e 30, 1919.
R esou rces—

Commercial

Savings

Loans and discounts_______________________________
Overdrafts ________________________________________
Bonds, warrants and other securities________________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures_______________
Safe deposit vaults_________________________________
Other real estate owned____________ _____________ —
Due from reserve banks_____________________________
Due from other banks______________________________
Actual cash on hand_______________________________
Exchanges for clearing house.
Checks and other cash items..
Other resources______. ______
Bankers’ acceptances (limited).
Notes, drafts, or bills, of exchange (limited)-------------

__________
__________
__________
__________
__________
__________
__________
__________
__________

$413,350 51
__________
182,085 22
1 00
__________
38,715 02
37,318 80
__________
14,550 00

----------------

20,000 00

T o ta l...________ _______________ __________________

__________

$706,020 55

---------------__________
__________

$70,500 00
22,750 00
830 02

Liabilities—
Capital stock paid in---------------------------------------------Surplus____________________________________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid______
Other existing profits collected, but not in undivided
profits account _____________________________ ; ___
Bills payable (including certificates of deposit repre­
senting money borrowed)_________________________
Notes rediscounted ________________________________
Deposits, due to banks_______ '_____________________
Dividends unpaid__________________________________
Individual deposits subject to check-------------------------Savings deposits-------------- -------------------------------------Demand certificates of deposit_____________________
Time certificates of deposit_________________________
Certified checks_________________________ . __________
Cashier’s checks _______________ _____ ______________
State, county and municipal deposits_______________
Postal savings deposits_____________________________
Other liabilities____________________________________
T o ta l.




__________

__________

__________
__________
__________
__________
------------------------------__________
__________
___________
__________
____ ______
__________
__________

__________
__________
__________
2,912 50
------ --------584,028 03
__________
__________
___________
__________
25,000 00
__________
__________
$706,020 55

Com bine!

__________
__________
i _________
__________
__________
__________
__________
__________
__________

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353 AND 353A.

FILLMORE STATE BANK.
FILLMORE.

Incorporated October IS, 1905.
Officers—G. W. Tighe, President; John Lagomarsino, Vice-President; G. W. Sturgis, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier; Glen W. Ilarmonson, Assistant Cashier.
Directors—C. C. Elkins, G. W. Tighe, J. P. Trotter, John Lagomarsino, Everett A. Pyle,
E. A. Case, William Shiells.
S ta te m e n t o f J u n e 30, 1919.

Totals____________________________________________

Liabilities—

Commercial

Savings

$213,151 58
2,726 73

$135,585 27

66,200 00

5,050 00

Combined

43,045 48
2,500 00

$348,736 85
2,726 73
71,250
43,045
2,500

66,478 52

66,478 52

21,426 6fl

4,214 80

5,956 34
2,910 31

8SS8

R e so u rces—
Loans and discounts_______________________________
Overdrafts ________________________________________
Bonds, warrants and other securities...........................
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures_______________
Safe deposit vaults________ ___________ ___ _________
Other real estate owned________ _______ ____________
Due from reserve banks___________ ______ __________
Due from other banks__________ _____ ______ ________
Actual cash on hand_______________________________
Exchanges for clearing house____ ____ ______________
Checks and other cash items_______________________
Other resources____________________________________
Bankers’ acceptances (limited)______________________
Notes, drafts, or bills of exchange (limited)________

25,641 46
5,956 34
2,910 31

$424,395 62

$144,850 07

$569,245 69

$75,000 00

$25,000 00
2,500 00
3,094 34

$100,000 00

322,335 78
_________
301 88
1,307 15
18 42
2,279 53
11,965 80

__________
114,255 73
__________
__________
______ '____
__________
__________

322,335 78
114,255 73
301 88
1,307 15
18 42
2,279 53
11,965 80

$424,395 62

$144,850 07

$569,245 69

-

Capital stock paid in._____________________________
Surplus —....... ......................... — ......... ...........................
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid______
Other existing profits collected, but not in undivided
profits account _______ ____ ____ ______ ___________
Bills payable (including certificates of deposit repre­
senting money borrowed)_________________________
Notes rediscounted__________ ______ _______________
Deposits, due to banks_____________________________
Dividends unpaid_______________ ______ ____________
Individual deposits subject to check________________
Savings deposits___________________________________
Demand certificates of deposit______________________
Time certificates of deposit_________________________
Certified checks____________________________________
Cashier’s checks ___________________________________
State, county and municipal deposits_____ __________
Postal savings deposits____ ____ _______ ____________
Other liabilities__________________ ______ __________
Totals.

6,000 00

5,187 06

Note.—The above statement includes the business of a branch office at Piru.




8,500 00
8,281 40

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

246

355.

“ BANK OF MORGAN H ILL.”
MORGAN HILL.
Incorporated October 14, 1905.

Officers—C. F, Drewry, President; Geo. R. Lynch, Vice-President; Irwin E. Payne, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier.
Directors—W. H. Ward, George E. Lynch, C. P. Drewry, t. Purcell, Irwin E. Payne.
S ta te m e n t o f J u n e 30, 1919.

Resources

Commercial

Savings

Loans and discounts--_____________ _____ ___ ____ —
$208,716 50
Overdrafts .......... - ....................- _____ ______ __________
1,216 52
Bonds, warrants and other securities_______________
94,330 25
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures_______________
12,700 00
Safe deposit vaults................— ____ __________ ______
__________
Other real estate owned______________ ____ __________ __________
Due from reserve banks______________________
Due from other banks_____________________ _________
__________
Actual cash on hand__________________________________
16,36021
Exchanges for clearing house_______________________
__________
Checks and other cash items_______________________
29 66
Other resources_________ —____ ______ _____________
480 65
Bankers’ acceptances (limited)___________________ .
__________
Notes, drafts, or bills of exchange (limited)________
___________
Total.

$359,995 46

26,16167

__________

Liabilities—
Capital stock paid in_____ ______ ___________________
Surplus____________________________________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid______

$37,300 00
4,000 00
5,668 07

Other existing profits collected, b ut n o t in undivided

profits account_______- __________________________
Bills payable (including certificates of deposit repre­
senting money borrowed)_________________________
Notes rediscounted ________________________________
Deposits, due to banks______________________________
Dividend!? unpaid__________________________________
Individual deposits subject to check________________
Savings deposits------------- ------------ --------------------------Demand certificates of deposit...................... ..................
Time certificates of deposit_________________________
Certified checks____________________________________
Cashier’s checks ___________________________________
State, county and municipal deposits_______________
Postal savings deposits-------------------- ------ ---------------Other liabilities________„------------------------------ --------—
T o ta l.




__________
________
__________
__________
155,073 02
---------------...................
142,746 52
__________
707 85
14,500 00
---------------__________
$359,995 46

_

Combined

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

247

356, 356A AND 356B. “ BANK OF PINOLE.”
PINOLE.
Incorporated October 28, 1905.
Officers—E. M. Downer, President; J. P. Connor, Vice-President; S. S. MacKinlay, Vice-President;
L.
E. Hart, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; T. W. Hutchison, Assistant Cashier.
Directors—E. M. Downer, J. P. Tormey, L. E. Hart, E. D. Armstrong, M. L. Fernandez,
J. P. Connor, W. A. Davis, S. S. MacKinlay, J. A. Fraser, A. M. Ellerhorst, G. F. Olsen.
1919.

Resources—
Loans and discounts_______________________
Overdrafts.................... ......... „ ........................
Bonds, warrants and other securities_______
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures--.........
Safe deposit vaults........................................ .
Other real estate owned____________________
Due from reserve banks____________________
Due from other banks.................... ................. Actual cash on hand— ____________________
Exchanges for clearing house_______________
Checks and other cash items________________
Other resources_______________ ____ ________
Bankers’ acceptances (limited)______________
Notes, drafts, or bills of exchange (limited).
Totals.

Commercial
. $293,349
4,318
144,396
5,063
1,568
500
66,964

93
84
16
07
50
00
95

46,482 18

Savings
$303,662 94
447,920 63
40,906 61
6,000
85,068
26,981
30,922

00
59
70
64

17,830 67
4,038 11

Combined
$597,012
4,318
592,316
45,969
1,568
6,500
152,033
26,981
77,404

87
84
79
68
50
00
54
70
82

17,830 67
4,038 11
44,783 33

44,783 33

$584,512 41

$986,246 44

$1,570,758 85

$50,000 00
11,100 00
2,116 14

$50,000 00
51,900 00
9,172 01

$100,000 00

5,000 00
481,085 47
__________
17 80

____________
____________
875,174 43
____________

5,000
481,085
875,174
17

00
47
43
80

25
76
00
99

____________
____________
................ ......
____________

548
288
24,500
9,855

25
76
00
99

$584,512 41

$986,246 44

Liabilities—
Capital stock paid in............ ...................... ...................
Surplus____________________________________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid......... .
Other existing profits collected, but not in qndhdded
profits accoflnt.................... ........................................
Bills payable (including certificates oi deposit repre­
senting money borrowed)_________________________
Notes rediscounted ___________________ ____ — ........
Deposits, due to banks_____________________________
Dividends unpaid__________________________________
Individual deposits subject to check----------------- -----Savings deposits............ ..................................................
Demand certificates of deposit....... ................................
Time certificates of deposit------------- -----------------------Certified checks________________________ ___________
Cashier’s checks ----------------------------------------------------State, county and municipal deposits_______________
Postal savings deposits____________ — ........—......... —
Other liabilities____________ ______________ - ..............
Totals.

548
288
24,500
9,855

63,000 00
11,288 15

$1,570,758 85

N o t e .— The above statement includes the business of branch offices at Crockett and Rodeo.




248

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

357.

GOLDEN STATE BANK.
ANAH EIM .
Incorporated October 30,1905.

Officers—Adolph Tbomas, President; J. B. Rea, Vice-President; Fred Koesel, Vice-President;
E. E. Smith, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; w. E. Russell, Assistant Secretary, Assistant
Cashier and Assistant Treasurer.
Directors—Adolph Thomas, Fred Koese’ , W. A. Bonynge, J. B. Rea, Louis Denni, Chas. F. Grim,
E. E. Smith.
S ta te m e n t o f J u n e 30, 1919.
R esou rces

Commercial

Loans and discounts ____ _______________ . .
Overdrafts____________ ___ ________________
Bonds, warrants and other securities. . . . . . . .
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures____ _____
Safe deposit vaults______________
___________
Other real estate owned___________ ___________
Due from reserve banks ___ ___________________
Due from other b a n k s..______ ________ _____
Actual cash on hand___________
____ __ .
Exchanges for clearing house
Checks and other cash items___ ____________ . .

$224,844 78
198 61
59,354 10
37,070 00
2,400 00
163,956 26
36,851 61
5,643 89

Savings

$155,790 00
15,500 00
16,000 00
5,954 36
10,698 06
7,911 60

20,287 90
Bankers’ accentances (limited!
Notes, drafts, or bills of exchange (limited!

...

Combined

$380,634 78
198 61
74,854 10
53,070 00
2,400 00
5,954 36
174,654 32
44,763 21
5,643 89
20,287 90

..

Totals.

$550,607 15

$211,854 02

$762,461 17

$15,000 00

$50,000 00

Liabilities —
Capital stock paid in............... ............................ - ..........

$35,000 00

S u rp lu s________________________________________ ._______

5,000 00

Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid______
Other existing profits collected, but not in undivided
profits account___________________________________
Bills payable (including certificates of deposit repre­
senting money borrowed).,....... ..................... .............
Notes rediscounted ________________________________
Deposits, due to banks______________________________
Dividends unpaid__________________________________
Individual deposits subject to check-------------------------Savings deposits___________________________________
Demand certificates of deposit_____________________
Time certificates of deposit------------------------------- 1----Certified checks_______________________ ____________
Cashier’s checks....... .............. ..........__________ ______
State, county and municipal deposits--------------------- Postal savings deposits_____________________________
Other liabilities _______ ____________ _____ ___________

8,219 60

Totals.

2,000 00

404,871 76
_________
52,957 70
_________
17,558 09
25,000 00

$550,607 15

5,700 00

__________

____________. . .

__________
175,938 87
__________
15,215 15
__________
__________

$211,854 02

N o t e .— Changed name from “ German-American Bank,” Anaheim, August 24, 1918.




10,700 00

8,219 60

2,000 00

404,871 76
175,938 87
52,957 70
15,215 15
17,558 09
25,000 00

$762,461 17

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

249

358. BANK OF GUERNEVILLE.
GUERNEVILLE.
Incorporated October 31, 1900.
Officers—R. A. Belden, President; P. S. Hollingsworth, Vice-President, Treasurer and Cashier;
T. C. Mellersih, Secretary; Elizabeth Gori, Bookkeeper.
Directors—B. A. Belden, O. N. Charles', A. E. Sbarboro, J. T. Cooni, Joseph P. DeOarley,
P. S. Hollingsworth, T. O. Mellersb.
S ta te m e n t o f J u n e 30, 1919.
lteS O U fC e8 — -

Loans and discounts___ _________________________ x.
Overdrafts ________ _______________________________
Bond's, warrants and other securities________ _____
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures__________ _
_
Safe deposit v a u lt s --____________________ ________
Other real estate owned1- _________________________
Due from reserve banks______________ ___________ —
Due from other banks______ —— _____________ — .
Actual cash on band_______________________ - ...........
Exchanges for clearing house_____________________
Checks andi other cash items__________ ,____________ I
Other resources_______ __________________—________
Bankers’ acceptance (limited)_____ _______________
Notes, drafts, or bills of exchange (limited)_______
Total _____________ __________________ __________ _

Commercial

$168,467 89
356 90
42,505 00
750 00
__________
__________
2,579 35
1,606 54
14,097 79
__________
12 80
J24 00
__________
__________
$225,679 35

Liabilities—
Capital stock paid in--------------------------------------------Surplus_________________________ i --------- ----------------Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid-------Other existing profits collected, but not in undivided
profits account —------- ------------------------------ *-------Bills payable (including certificates of deposit repre­
senting money borrowed)-----------—------------- --------Notes rediscounted__________________ _____________
Deposits, due to banks________ ____________________
Dividends unpaid___ ______________________________
Individual deposits subject to cheek-----------------------Savings deposits----------------------------------------------------Demand certificates of deposit_ .________________ —
_
Time certificates of deposit—---------------------------------Certified checks___ -J______________________________
Cashier’s checks__________ ____ _____________ ____ ——
State, county and municipal depositsi—____________
Postal savings deposits— -------------------------------------Other liabilities — ............ _______ ___ ___________ -

---------------__________
__________
753 00
81,181 23
---------------3,967 34
91,842 85
__________
---------------32,600 00
---------------1,455 84

T o t a l _____________________________________ Jl_________ —

$225,679 35




$25,000 00
6,250 00
2,709 09
----------------

Savinas

Combined

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

250

360.

THE MECHANICS BANE OF RICHMOND.
RICHMOND.
Incorporated August 3, 1907.

Officers—E. M. Downer, President; J. F. Oarlston, Vice-President; E. M. Tildfen, Vice-President;
W. L. Ballenger, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; Chris. Escobar, Assistant Cashier;
W. S Poagle, Assistant Cashier.
Directors—O. M. Brewer, H. A. Johnston. J. P. Carlston, W. L. Ballenger, E. M. Downer,
J. P. Brooks, E. M. Tilden.
S t a t e m e n t o f J u n e 30, 1919.
Savings

Combined

$475,716 82
4,650 65
200,313 87
4,000 00
1,400 00
681 25
87,528 93
__________
25,258 46
101,775 05
20,021 64
1,776 34
__________
__________

$411,060 44
__________
210,891 60
__________
__________
6,675 19
65,019 04
20,414 82
22,945 06
__________
___________
__________
__________
___________

$784,088 01

$726,996 17

$1,511,008

Capital stock paid in_____ I ______ —------------------------ $50,000 00
Surplus___ ______ ______ ______ _____ — _____________
25,000 00
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid—.___
13,409 08
Other existing profits collected, but not in undivided
profits account_______ —---------- -—,_______________
2,898 25
Bills payable (Including certificates of deposit repre­
senting money borrowed)—___ __________________ ______________
Notes rediscounted________________________________
__________
Deposits, due to banks--------- ----------------- ---------------11,627 41
Dividends unpaid_____ i______________________ ____
__________
Individual deposits subject to check_______________
605,675 68
Savings deposits___ ______ ______ —___ ___________ ___ _____________
Demand certificates of deposit____________ _______ _
__________
Time certificates of deposit________________________
___ ________
Certified checks___________ u--------- -------------------------2,248 35
Cashier’s checks___ —______ _ __________ ______ ___
_
33,610 97
State, county and municipal deposits___ ___________
19,609 37
__________
Postal savings deposits____________________________
Other liabilities____________ - ________ — .____1— __ _____, _____
_

$601,000 00
15,009 00
7,578 40

$100,000
40,000
20,987

Totals

___ ____ —______ —
_______

4,660 65
413,205 47
4,000
1,400
7,306
92,542
20,414
48,203
10,775
201,021

1,776

£ £ S 2 8 $ fc 8 8
S

Commercial

Loans and discounts'____________ .__________________
Overdrafts —___ ___________________________________
Bonds, warrants and other securities..—— —______
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures—____ —i
_____
Safe deposit vaults_____ l
________ _____________ ____ „
Other real estate owned____________________________
Due from reserve banks-------------- . ----------- ---------------Due from other banks__________ ____________________
Actual cash on hand'__________ i _________________
___
Exchanges for clearing house........................... ........... .
Checks and other cash items___ —___ ______________
Other resource®__________ ___ ___ _____________ ____
Bankers’ acceptance (limited)______________ ______
Notes, drafts, or bills of exchange (limited)_______

SI!!

R e80W T 668—

Totals




r

$784,068 01

tt\

!

»

588

Liabilities—

88! 88!

------------------------------ 11,627
____________________ 625,675
616,523 68
616,503
20,696 00
20,606
____________________ 2,248
____________________ 83,61097
17,200 00
36,803 37

$720,998 17 $1,511,006 18

251

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361.

FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK OF HAYWARD.
HAYWARD.
Incorporated November ZT, 1900.

Officers^J. H. Strobridge, President; M. O. Petersen, Vice-President; John A. Park, Secretary,
Treasurer and' Cashier; Geo. H. Park, Assistant Secretary, Assistant Cashier and Assistant
Treasurer.
Directors—J. H. Strobridge, M. C. Petersen, Jesse H. Woods!, John E. Geary, John A. Park,
Geo. H. Park, J. O. Pencke.
S ta te m e n t o f J u n e 30, 1919.
R esou rces—

Loans and discounts_____________________ _________

Commercial

Savings

Combined

__________

$034,419 73

----------------

Bonds, warrants and! other securities---------- ------------- ---------------Bank premisesi, furniture and fixtures-------------------- ---------------Safe deposit vaults------------- ------------- —-------------------------------Other real estate owned1-------------------- -------------------- ---------------Due from reserve banks________________________ ,~L_ __________
Due from other banks_________________________ ____
__________
Actual cash on hand________________ ___________ _______________
Exchanges for clearing house_____s
------------------------ ---------------Checks and other cash items________ ______ _____ _—
__________
Other resources ----- ---------------- -------------------------------------------------Bankers’ acceptances (limited)-------------------- —-------- ---------------Notes, drafts, or bills of exchange (limited)-------------------------

253,877 14
44,100 00
4,500 00
2,200 00
117,825 22
37,060 76
27,228 00
---------------283 89
----------------------------------------------

-------------------------------------------------------------------------- ---------------__________
------------------------------------------------------------— ------------

$1,121,461 74

__________

$100,000 00
10,000 00

____________

11,500 00

__________

48 00

__________

949,913 74

__________

Total ..

Liabilities—
Capital stock paid in___ _______________ ____________
Surplus _________________ ____ ____ _______________ ____
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid-------Other existing profits collected1 but not in undivided
,
profits account________ __________________________
Bills payable (including certificates of deposit repre­
senting money borrowed)--------------------- -------------Notes Rediscounted---------------------- ---------------------- -----Deposits, due to banks__________ ____ ____________
Dividends unpaid____ 1___ 1--------- ---------------------Individual deposits subject to cheek___ ____________
Savings deposits_______________, __ — ....... .............
_
Demand certificates of deposit________________ ____ _
Time certificates of deposit_______________________
Certified1 checks______________ ..J
,_____ ___________ ___
Cashier’s checks__________________________________
State, county and municipal deposits_________._____,
Postal savings deposits-------------------------------------Other liabilities_____ _____ j_______________________

T o t a l__




60(000 00

$1,121,461 74

________________-

252

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362.

BANK OF HUNTINGTON PARK.
HUNTINGTON PARK.
Incorporated November 24, 1906.

Officers—G. W. Marchand, President; W. T. Graham, Vice-President; W. H. Oandee, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier; P. D. Clark, Assistant Cashier.
Directors—G. G. Wheat, Thos. Cassidy, John B. Leonis, G. E. Moreland, G. W. Marchand,
John Tweedy, W. J. Boyle.

Statement of June 30, 1919.
R esou rces—
TiOans and discrumba
Overdraft® . _ .i. . .
._ _____ ____ _
_
Bonds, warrants and other securities.
—
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures______________
Safe deposit vaults. ________
____ ____ ___
Other real estate owned' .
...................
Due from reserve banks . _________ . . . _______

Com ercial
m
$163,600 80
62 66
51,264 34
14,968 15
3,700 90
750 00
100,887 77

Actual cash on hand’. . .
. ____ ______
25,177 01
Exchanges for clearing house.____ ________________
1,615 60
Checks and other cash items.
___ __
Other resources
. .............................. j _
53,092 90
Bankers’ aeeeptanc s (limited)______________ ...____ _____________
Notes, drafts, or bills of exchange (limited)------------------------Totals

Savings
$96,751 40
49,485 IS
1,500 00
200 00

_______

7,246 96

Com
bined
$262^52 20
62 66
100,739 49
16,488 15
3,900 90
700 00
106,133 73

5,000 00

30,177 01
1,615 60

10,000 00
__________
----------------

63,092 90
__________
----------------

$416,13013

$172,182 61

$587,312 64

$36,000 00
5,100 00
2,299 36

$15,000 00
1,960 00
625 64

$60,000
7,000
2,924

135,373 78

311,495 44
135,373 78

_______

Capital stock paid in----------------------------------- ---------Surplus _____ '____________________ ___________________
Undivided1profits, less expenses and taxes paid-------Other existing profits collected, but not in undivided
profits account_________________________________
Bills payable (including certificates of deposit repre­
senting money borrowed)_______i
___ ___ _________
Notes rediscounted1 _________. --------- ------------------------Deposits, dhe to banks_________. ____ _______________
_
Dividends unpaid_____ <----------------------------- .----------_
Individual deposits subject to cheek..-------------------Savings deposits---------------------------------------------------Demand certificates of deposit___ _______________ ___
Time certificates of deposit___ ______________________
Certified checks________________ ____ ,--------------------- 1
Oashier’s checks_____________________ —------------- —
State, county and municipal deposits_________ ___
Postal savings deposit®------------------- ---------------- ,-----Other liabilities_________ __________________________

Totals




311,496 44

14,860 35

90 17
23,337 14
9&L4 91

_____ _ _
_
_______
4*872 74

35
17
14
65

28,493 12

28,403 12

$416,130 13

14,850
90
23,337
18,687

$88

Liabilities—

$172,182 51

$587,312 64

253

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

363.

“ SANTA PAULA SAVINGS BAN E.”
SANTA PAULA.
Incorporated November 28, 1905.

Officers—C. C. Teague, President; D. W. Mott, Vice-President; A. L- Shively, Secretary, Treasurer
and Cashier; Cora L. Crane, Assistant Cashier.
Directors—C. C. Teague, D. W. Mott, N. W. Blanchard, Jr., F. E. Davis, A. C. Hardison,
A. L. Shively, A. C. McKevett.

Statement of June 30, 1919.
R esou rce#—
Loans and discounts------- __________ ______________ .
Overdrafts......... ........................... ...... ................... ..........
Bonds, warrants and other securities___________ ____
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures______________
Safe deposit vaults------------------------------------------ ------ .
Other real estate owned___________ ____ ____________
Due from "reserve banks____ ________________________
Due from other banks---------------------------------------------Actual cash on hand______ r____________________________
Exchanges for clearing houses______________________
Checks and other cash items-----------------------------------Other resources____________________________________
Bankers’ acceptances (limited)_____________________
Notes, drafts, or bills of exchange (limited)—_______
Total................................. .............. .............. ..................

Com ercial
m
Savings
__________
$211,730 00
..............________________
__________
22,450 00
__________
___________
--------------------- ------ •
_____
__________
__________
__________
6,869 79
---------------- ----------------

Com
bined
__________
__________
__________
__________
__________
__________
__________
----------------

____________

5,312 18

____________

__________
---------------__________
__________
__________

_________. .
---------------__________
__________
__________

.... ..............

$246,361 97

Capital stock paid in-............................ ...................... __________
Surplus--- ------ ------------------- --------------------------------------------------Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid--------^ __________
Other existing profits collected, but not in undivided
profits account __________________________________
_________~
Bills payable (including certificates of deposit repre­
senting money borrowed)-------------------------------------- ' ___________
Notes rediscounted_______'-------------------------------------- ---------------Deposits, due to banks--------------------------------------------- ----- *.--------Dividends unpaid__________________________________
__________
Individual deposits subject to check----------- -------------------------Savings deposits ...............................................................
...................
Demand certificates of deposit---------------------------------- ---------------Time certificates of deposit-------------------------------------- ---------------Certified checks------- ----------------- ------ — ................. — ---------------Cashier’s checks------------------ ------ -----------------------------------------State, county and municipal deposits----------------------- ---------------Postal savings deposits------------------------------- ---------- ---------------Other liabilities------ ------ ---------- ------------------------------ ----------------

$50,000 00

Liabilities—

Total.




10,000 00

9,384 98

$246,361 97

__________
. . . -----------__________
__________
__________
__________

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

254

364. BANK OF SAN PEDRO.
SAN PEDRO (LOS ANGELES).
Incorporated March 26, 1888.
Officers—Henry E. Sherer, President; Geo. P. Adams, Vice-President; Henry Baly, Vice-President;
J. G. Loucks, Secretary and Assistant Cashier; Robt. C. Baly, Treasurer, Cashier and
Assistant Secretary; Gladys E. Carley, Assistant Cashier.
Directors—Henry E. Sherer, Henry Paly, Geo. P. Adams, E. D. Seward, John Gray, Robt. C. Baly,
C. N. Krog.

Statement of June 30, 1919.
R esou rces—

Commercial

Savings

Combined

Loans and discounts______________________________
Overdrafts .............................. ................. .......................
Bonds, warrants and other securities_________ ____ _
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures________ ____ _
Safe deposit vaults_________________________________
Other real estate owned_____________________________
Due from reserve banks_____________ _______________
Due from other banks..------------------------------------------Actual cash on hand______________ _____ ____________
Exchanges for clearing house____ ______ ____________
Checks and other cash items...................... ....................
Other resources____________________________________
Bankers’ acceptances (limited)_____________________
Notes, drafts, or bills of exchange (limited)________

$413,373 96

$707,417 43

$1,120,791 38

146,863 14
44,868 59

216,654 99
1,400 00

363,518 13
46,268 59

100,010 78

48,685 14

148,695 92

37,991 97
29,132 61
1,153 80

29,988 64

58,980 61
29,132 61
1,153 80

Totals___________________ —........................................

$773,494 84

$995,146 20

$1,768,641 04

Capital stock paid in---------------------------- ____________
Surplus____________________________________________
Undivided profits, less expenses end taxes paid______
Other existing profits collected, but not in undivided
profits account____ ____ __________________________
Bills payable (including certificates of deposit repre­
senting money borrowed)-------------------------------------Notes rediscounted ________________________________
Deposits, due to banks--------------------------------------------Dividends unpaid---------------------------- ------ - ------ -------Individual deposits subject to check-------------- ----------Savings deposits____________________ 1-------------------Demand certificates of deposit----------------- ---------------Time certificates of deposit------------------------ ------------Certified checks____________________________________
Cashier’s checks____________________________________
State, county and municipal deposits----------------------Postal savings deposits_____________ ____ __________
Other liabilities____________________________________

$75,000 00
10,000 00
2,018 34

$75,000 00
15,000 00
3,796 28

$150,000 00
25,000 00
5,814 62

901,349 92

552,096 24
901,349 92

Totals............ .......................- ......................................—

$773,494 84

100 00

100 00

Liabilities—

N o t e .— Added savings department April 30, 1919.

Pedro, Los Angeles, May 3, 1919.




552,096 24

123,670 53
46 00
10,663 73

123,670 53
46 00
10,663 73

$995,146 20

$1,768,641 04

Purchased Citizens Savings Bank o f San

255

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

365.

“ THE HOME SAVINGS BANK OF SANTA A N A.”
SANTA ANA.
Incorp orated December 1, 1905.

Officers—W . A. H uff, President; Chas. A. Riggs, Vice-President; W illiam E. Otis, Vice-President;
J. A. Turner, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; E. P . S ta fford , Assistant Cashier.
Directors—W . A. H uff, A. Zaiser, J. A . Turner, Chas. A . R iggs, J. D. P arsons, R o b t. M. Simon.
S ta te m e n t o f J u n e 30, 1919.
R € 8 0 U fC 6 8 —

Commercial

Loans and discounts---------------------------------------------------_________
Overdrafts - ------------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------Bonds, w arrants and other securities— ______ _______
___________
Bank premises, furnitur^ and fixtures_____________ —
___________
Safe deposit vaults—--------------------------------------------------------------------Other real estate owned______________ ____ - ____ ______
___________
Due from reserve b a n k s.____ _________________________
___________
Due from other b a n k s............................................... ..........
.....................
A ctual cash on hand___________ ______ _______________
___________
Exchanges fo r clearing house_________________________
___________
Checks and other cash Ttems__________________________
___________
Other res ou rces _________________ _________ ___________
___________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)----------------------------------------------------___________
N otes, d ra fts, or bills o f exchange (lim ited)_________

Savings
$616,915 35
84,600 00
25,000 00

35,614
30,688
19,846
12,599

Combined
___________

..

98
94
25
45

tJ5,770*00

$851,034 97

T otal.

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in----------------------------------S u rp lu s----- --------------------------------------------------Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid______
Other existing profits collected, but n ot in undivided
profits account _____________________________________
Bills payable (includin^certiflcates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )____ __________ ____________
Notes re d is co u n te d ...... ............. ..........................................
Deposits, due to banks............. ........................................—
Dividends u n p a id _____________________________________
Individual deposits subject t o check-------------- — ........ ..
Savings d e p o s its ______________________ ______ "...........„
Demand certificates o f deposit------------------------------------Time certificates o f deposit___________________________
Certified ch e ck s ______________________________ ____ ____
Cashier’s checks ______________________________________
State, cou nty and municipal deposits________________
P osta l savings deposits........................................................
Other lia b ilities__________ ____ _______________________
T otal.

17—489*2




$50,000 00
25,000 00
2,513 85

..
..
..

772,821 52
-----------------608 ISO
___________
___________
___________
.....................
91 00

..

'

..
..
..
..
___________
----------- ,----___________
___________
___________
.z _________
.....................
___________

$851,034 97 ,

..

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

256

366.

‘ ‘ BANK OF SUNNYVALE.”
SUNNYVALE.
Incorporated December 8, 1905.

Officers--C. C. Spalding, President; C. A. Austin^ Vice-President; F. B . Hughes, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier.
Directors—C. C. Spalding, C. *A. Austin, C. W . Shephard, H. G. Stelling, L e o H . V ish oot,
F . B. Hughes, Frank X . Farry.
S ta te m e n t o f J u n e 30, 1919.

Resources—
L oans and discounts_____
_______ __________ ------O v e r d r a ft s ______ ______ __ _________ _________ ------B onds, warrants and other securities__________
----Bank premises, furniture and fixtures_____ _
____
Safe deposit vaults_____ _____ _______ . . . ____ _
Other real estate owned____ ______ __________ _
Due from reserve b a n k s.. ______________________ _____
Due from other ban k si_____________ ___________
A ctual cash on hand . . . _______ _______________ ____
Exchanges foT clearing house___
Checks and other cash items_____________ _____ _____
Other resou rces___ . . . _________________________ _____
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)_______________________
N otes, d ra fts, or bills o f exchange (lim ited)_________
T o ta ls -------------- ---------- ------------------------------------------------

Commercial
$170,555
153
19,554
12,900

30
74
20
00

71,762 66

Savings
$143,100 00
48,192 93

Combined
$313,655
153
67,747
12,900

30
74
13
(to

11,170 54
5,000 00
7,827 25

82,933 20
5,000 09
20,697 73

1,565 25
20,556 02
___________
___________

1 11
223 17

1,566 36
20,779 19

$309,917 65

$215,515 00

$525,432 65

$30,000 00
5,000 00
5,225 17

$20,000 00
8,000 00
___________

$50,000 00
13,000 00
5,225 17

30,000 00

___________

12,870 48

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in____ __________ . _________________
S u rp lu s ________________________________________________
„ Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid______
Other existing profits collected, but n ot in undivided
profits account _____________________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )____________ ______ . . ______
Notes red iscou n ted____________________________________
Deposits, due to banks------------------------------------- -----------Dividends u n p a id _____________________________________
Individual deposits su b ject to check________________ _
Savings d e p o s its ________________ j --------------- ------- --------Demand certificates o f deposit________________________
Tim e certificates o f deposit-----------------------------------------Certified ch e ck s _______________________________________
Cashier’s c h e c k s _________________ .....................................
State, cou nty and m unicipal deposits------------------------P osta l savings d ep osits............. . . _____________________
Other liabilities _____
i _____ ______ ________
T otals.




2 ,000-00 ______________
219,644 61 _____________
_________
187,515 00
5,342 87
2,450 00
111 00 ___________

30,000 00

2,000
219,644
187,515
5,342
2,450
111

00
61
00
87
00
00

5,500 00

___________

5,500 00

4,644 00

___________

4,644 00

$309,917 65

$215,515 00

$525,432 65

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

367, 367A AND 367B.

257

FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK.
SANTA PAULA.

Incorporated December 20, 1905.
Officers—J. M. Sharp, Chairman o f B oa rd ; R oger G. Edwards, President; Richard Stevens,
Yice-Presidfent; M. N. Shed'enhelm, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; E. O. C ory, Assistant
Cashier and Branch M anager; R. E. Kuhns, A ssistant Cashier and Branch M anager; P. L.
Gay, A ssistant Cashier.
Directors—J. M. Sharp, J oh n Irwin, R. G. Edwards, David' PeJsenthal, David Darling, M. N.
ShedOnhelm, Geo. W . Bur son, Richard Stevens, John B. McNab, L. E. Mills, W . H . Duvall.
S t a t e m e n t o f J u n e 30, 1919.

Resources —

Commercial

Savings

L oans and discounts—------------a_______ __________ ________ _ j
O verdrafts — _________ . ______________________________
_
B onds, w arrants and other securities_______ _______ _
B ank premises, furniture and fixtures_______________
S afe deposit vaults— ---------------------- -— i ____ _____
_
Other real estate owned___________ _________________
Due from reserve banks_________ ___________ ,_______
Due from oth r banks---------------------------------------------■
—
Actual cash on hand—/-------- --------------- ------------------------E xchanges fo r clearing house___ —, ____ ____________,
_
Checks and oth er cash items_______ ________ _____ ___ _
Other resources ______________________.______ i_______
Bankers’ a ccep ta n ce (lim ited)----------------------------------Note®, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)_______

$664,186 28
1,732 59
167,917 60
40,769 47
2,434 00
___________
131,567 76
8,386 55
37,324 51
2,200 36
6,218 74
9,047 80

$316,911 50 -

T ota ls -------- ---------- —---------------------- -------------------------

$1,071,775 66

$343,520 99

$1,416,296 65

$240,000 00
13,000 00
8,780 76

$10,000 00
30,000 00
1,000 00

$250,000 00
43,000 00
9,785 70

.
_____ _

___________
2,200 78
11,457 24
.
12,885 47

____ _
_

Combined
$981,097
1,732
167,917
40,769
2,434
2,260
143,015
8,386
50,209
2,200
6,218
9,047

78
59
60
47
00
78
00
55
98
36
74
80

—

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in___ ________ ___ _______ ______ —
Surplus ------------------------------------------- 1 .......... ............ —
—
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid----- —
Other existing profits collected, b u t n o t In undivided
profits a c c o u n t ___ __________—----------------- .------------Bills p ayable (including certificates o f d eposit repre­
senting m oney borrow ed')—--------------------- ----------------N otes r e d is co u n te d ___________________________ - j_____
Deposits, due t o banksi_______________________ _______
Dividends u n p a i d ___ _____ ____ —____________ _______
Individual deposit® su bject t o check_______ ________ u
Savings d e p o s i t s ____ J______________ _______________ —
Demand certificates o f deposit___________ _____ ____
Tim e certificates o f deposit__________________________
Certified checks ______________________________________
Cashier's checks __________________________ ^__________
State, cou n ty and municipal deposits_______________
P osta l savings d p o s its .____ ________________________
Other liabilities _______ ____ ...__________________ _ —_
_
T o t a l s _ ____ ______________________________________
_

583,682
302,520
3,615
28,089
40
88,060
106,510

583,682 63
302,520 90

3,615
28,089
40
88,050
106,510

92
17
50
81
87

_______
______ * ___
1

--------—

—
$1,071,775 60

$343,520 90

$1,410,296 65

N o te .—The above statement includes the business o f branch offices at Satfcoy and Fillmore.




63
99
92
17
50
81
87

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

258

368. “ THE PRODUCERS SAVINGS BANK.”
VISALIA.
In corp orated December 30, 1906.
Officers—S Mitchell, President; Oh as. T ogn i, Vice-President; O. M. Griffith, Secretary, Treasurer
and Cashier; Jos. R. B arbon i, A ssistant Cashier, A ssistant Secretary -and' A ssistant
Treasurer; C. E. Ooughran, A ssistant Cashier, A ssistant Treasurer and "Assistant Secretary.
Directors—S. Mitchell, Maurice E. Power, George Morrell, N athan L evy, B . M. M addox,
Ohas. T ogn i, H. M. M ooney.
S ta te m e n t o f J u n e 30, 1919.

Resources—

Commercial

L oa n s and discounts----------- --------------------------------------------------------O verdrafts ____ i—------- ----------------------------------------- ___________ s______
B onds, w arrants and other securities_______________
___ ________
B ank premises, furniture and flxturesL—-----------------------------------Safe deposit vaults--------------------------------------------------------------------Other real estate ow n ed-____ —_______ i __ __________
_
___________
Due from reserve banks_______________ ______ ______ ______________ 1.
Due from other banks----------—_________—___ _______
___________
A ctual cash on hand_________________ ______ _________
___________
E xchanges fo r clearing h ou se.-_______ _________ ——
___________
Checks and other cash i t e m s - - ---------------------------—
___________
Other r e s o u r c e s ------------------------------ -------------------- — ---------------------Bankers’ acceptanc s (lim ited)_______________ , _____ ' ____________
_
Notes', d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (limited1_______
)
____________
T o ta l

___________________ - ____________________ __________ __________

•Savings

v Combined

$586,396 00

___________

46,498 30

___________

1,384 67
63,445 53

___________
___________

17,781 91

___________

205 00

___________

$715,668 81

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in____________________________ _____
___ ________
S u r p l u s ___ ____________________________________________
___________
U ndivided profits, less expenses and taxes p a id '.-___
___________
Other existing profits collected, b u t n o t in undivided
p rofits account —-------- ------------------------- L
_____ ______
___________
Bills pa ya b le (including certificates o f dep osit repre­
senting m oney borrow ed )_______ ___ ____. ------- ----------------------- T
Notes red iscou n ted ___ ______________ —_________ _______ ___________
Deposits, due to banks_____________ —_______ i___ ____
___ ____ ___ _
Dividends u n p a i d _________ , — .---------------------- ------ ——
-----------------Individual deposits subject t o check___ —----------------------------------Savings d e p o s it s ___________________ _________________
___________
Demand certificates o f deposit___ —________________
___________
Tim e certificates o f deposit——_________________ ____ ______________
Certified checks _____ ____ ______ ___________ ____ ______
_______ ____
Cashier’s checks _____ _____________ _____________ —----------------------State, cou n ty and municipal deposits_______________
___ _______
P osta l savings deposits_______ —i—_____ ____________
____________
Other lia b ilit ie s _____ — —,__________________________ l
___ ___ _—

Total _
_




$75,000 00
20,000 00

3,791 36

3,000 00
-----------------568,002! 21
___________
57,848 04
___________
-----------------___ _______
___________
___________

$715,668 81

259

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

369.

“ HAYWARDS BANK OF SAVINGS.”
HAYWARD.
Incorporated January 2, 1900.

Officers—I. B. Parsons1 President; P. O. W fnton, Vice-President; Edw. O. W ebb, VIces-President;
,
W . T. Knightly, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; w . W . Haley, Jr., A ssistant Cashier
and A ssistant Secretary.
Directors*—I. B. Parsons, P. C. Wintoni, P. I. Lem os, W . H. M eet, J. H. Gansberger, J. E.
Parnum, Edw. O. Webb.
S ta te m e n t o f J u n e 30, 1919.
R esou rces—

Commercial

L oa n s and discounts----- ------ —----- --------------------- —----------------------O verdrafts _____________ ____ —_________ ____________ ------------------------Bond's, w arrants and other securities!----- _-------------------- -----------Bank premises, furniture and' fixtures---- 1— ------ 1---------Safe deposit vaults!____________________ _______________
___________
Other real Estate owned----- ---------.------- — !------------ ---------------------Due from r.serve banksi----------- — -----------------------------------------------Due fro m other banks___ _____________________ ______ _
___________
Actual cash on hand'.— —----------------------------------------------------------E xchanges fo r clearing house----------- ----------------------------------------Checks and oth er cash itemsi___ ______ —, ___________
_
___________
Other resources —-------------- ---------------------------------------------------------Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)-------- ------------ —--------------------------Note®, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)---------------------------T o ta l ----- -------------- --------------- —---------------------------------

Savings

Combined

$511,903 87

___________

204,447 21

___________

13,945
20,318
51,815
18,500

97
12
57
00

___________
___________
___________
___________

$820,980 74

___

$68,800 00
10,08018
4,718 93

....
....
—..

Liabilities—
Capital stock paid ini------------------------------------------------_
Surplus ___ i ---- ------------------1
—---------------------------------------Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid*-------Other existing profits collected1 b u t n o t in undivided)
,
profits account —----- ---------------------- —---------------------Billst/payable (including certificates o f dep osit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )—----- .-------- ----------------------N o t e s rediscounted ____________ '----- j --------------- 1
---------Deposits, due t o banksi_____________ ____ ______ ______ —
Dividends u n p a i d _____________ . ------- ----------------------—
Individual deposits subject t o check----------------- --------Savings deposits —----------- ------ ------ ------ --------- , -------------Demand certificates o f deposit________ .— -------—____
Tim e certificates o f d eposit----------- ------------------------ —
Certified c h e c k s ------------------------------ ----------------------------Cashier’s checks _____ ____ _________ — j --------------- ,
State, cou n ty and m unicipal d e p o s i t s ._______ ______
P osta l savings deposits1 ____________________________
_
Other liabilities ___________________________ ___________
T otal




1,900 50

___________

734,705 13

___________

$820,930 74

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

260

370.

CITIZENS SAVINGS BANK.
HOLLYWOOD.
Incorporated Jan uary 13, 1906.

Officers—Edwin 0 . Palm er, President; B. S. Phelps, Vice-President; G. G. Greenwood, V ic o
President; Ralph L on g , Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; Geo. R. Dodge, A ssistant Cashier;
Frank K. Galloway, A ssistant Cashier.
Directors—Edwin O. Palm er, G. G. Greenwood', Ri. H . Cowber, B. S. Phelps, P. J. Beveridge,
Ralph O. L ong, E. F. B ogardhs.
S ta te m e n t o f J u n e 30, 1919.

Resources—
L oans and discounts------------—
—-------- ----------------O verdrafts _________________________ —_______________
B onds, warrants and other seeuritlesi_______________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures.,______________
Safe d eposit v a u lts.—— --------------------------------------------Other real estate owned___ ■____ ■-!-------------------------_
_
Due from reserve banks'-------------------------------—, ---------Due fro m other banks'_________ . ____ ___________ — .
_
A ctual cash on ban d_________________ ________ —-------E xchanges fo r clearing house_______________ _______
Checks and other cash item s_________ :___________
Other r e s o u r c e s __ _ ________________________ _____
_
Bankers’ a ccep ta n ce (lim ited)__ ‘----------------------------Notes, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)----------T o ta l

-------------------------- ------------------------------ __________

Commercial

Savings

Combined

$627,831 41

___________

500,941 37

___________

49,913
18,979
14,082
30,158

84
79
62
47

$1,237,907 50

___________
----------------________ —
___________

..

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid, in—-------------------------------------------—
Surplus^ ----------------------- . ---------- !-----------------------------------Undivid d1profits, less expenses and taxes p a id -.----Other existing profits collected', b u t n o t in undivided
p rofits account ___ T---------- >
--------------- ------------ ----------Bills p a ya b le (including certificates o f d eposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )___________ _______________
N otes rediscounted ___ _______ '---------------------------------Deposits, due t o banks----- --------- ------—----------------- -----Dividends - unpaid ____________________ i ----------------------Individual deposits subject t o check----- . ---- —------ —
Savings deposits ____________________________________
Dem and certificates o f d eposit_______________ - ........ .
Tim e certificates o f deposit------------------------------------un­
certified c h e c k s ---------------------—------------ ——----------____
Cashier’s checks _________________ ____ i ____ , ---- ---------_
State, cou n ty and municipal deposits'_______ _______
P osta l savings deposits’__________________________ ____
Other lia b ilit ie s ----- ---------------------____________________
Ttotal




$75,000 00
40,000 00
9,962 30

—

4 50

..

1,009,519 23

..

103,368 47

..

63 00

$1,237,907 50

________ _

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

371.

261

STANISLAUS COUNTY SAVINGS BANK.
OAKDALE.
Incorporated January 23, 1905.

Officers—A. E. Schadlech, President; L. P. Brichetto', Vice-President; D. E. Lee, Secretary,
. Treasurer and Cashier.
Directors—D. E. Lee, W. L. Rodden, L. F. Briehetto, I. Monroe, J. C. Laughlin, A. E. Schadlech,
A. L. Leitch.
S ta te m e n t o f J u n e 30, 1919.
-R esou rces

Commercial

Savings

L oans and discounts________ ________ ______ _____ ____
Overdrafts ___________ _______________________________
Bonds, warrants and other securities____ ________ ___
B an k premises, furniture and fixtures------------------------Safe deposit vaults____________________________________
Other real estate owned_______ ________ _________ _____
Due from reserve hanks_______ ______ ________________
Due from other hanks____ _____________ ____ __________
A ctual cash on h a n d ...______________________________.
Exchanges fo r clearing house_______________
Checks and other cask items------------------------Other resou rces________ ............ .........................
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)_____________
Notes, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (limited).

__ -________
___________
___________
-----------------___________
___________
___________
___________
___________

T o t a l .._______ _______ ______ ____ _____ _____________

_____ _____

$462,7(8 41

----------------_ ________
_
___________

$60,000 00
25,000 00
6,783 43

$354,056 58
___________
65,072 18
--------------___________
___________
23,520 65
10,644 00
9,500 00

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in--------------------------------------------------Surplus —-------------------- J _______________________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid____ ._
Other existing profits collected, but n ot in undivided
profits account — ...................... .......... — ------------------Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b o r r o w e d ).:--------------------------------------Notes red iscou n ted ______________________ ________ ____
Deposits, due to banks________________________________
Dividends u n p a id _____________________________________
Individual deposits subject t o check___________ _____ _
Savings d e p o s its ____ ____ ____________________________
. Demand certificates o f deposit________ ____ __________
Tim e certificates o f d e p o s it.._________________________
Certified ch e c k s ___________________ ___________________
Cashier’s checks ______________________________________
State, cou n ty and municipal deposits________________
P osta l savings deposits_______________________________
Other lia b ilitie s _________ _____ _____ ____ 1___________
T otal.




----------------------------------___________
___________
_____ ______
___ _____ _
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________

------- --------------------------___________
___________
_____ , ____
_____________
371,009 98
___________
___________
___________
___________
____ 1 _____
_
___________
___________
$462,793 41

Combined

___________
_________ _
___________
-----------------___________
_____ * ____
___________
___________

262

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

372 AND 372A. SAN RAMON VALLEY BANK.
WALNUT CREEK.
Incorporated June 28, 1907.
Officers—N. S. Boon§, President; A rthur B urton, Vice-President; N. H. Bennett, Secretary,
Treasurer and Oashier; F. A . Marshall, A ssistant Cashier and Branch Manager.
Directors—W . S. Burpee, A rthur B urton, N. S. B oone, N. H . Bennett, A. P . B orges,
E. I. Hutchinson.
S t a t e m e n t o f J u n e 30, 1919.

Resources—
L oa n s and discounts__________ _____________
O v e r d r a ft s ______________________ ____ ______
B onds, warrants and other securities.............
B ank premises, furniture and fix tu re s -..___
Safe deposit vaults__________________________
Other real estate owned_____________________
Due from reserve banks____________ ____ ___
Due from other banks______________________
A ctual cash on hand________________________
Exchanges fo r clearing house_______________
Checks and other cash items________ : _______
Other res ou rces ___________________________ —
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)_____________
N otes, d ra fts, or bills o f exchange (limited).
T ota ls____________________ _____ _____________________

Com m ercial

$272,061
2,4&3
22,900
22,420

80
22
00
00

Savings

$309,841 07
45,847 38
15,260 00

Com bined

$581,902
2,493
68,747
37,680

87
22
38
00

19,434 55

13,008 01
14,996 14

13,008 01
34,430 69

17,174 31

11,084 60

28,258 91

979 58
3,734 39

979 58
3,734 39

$301,197 85

$410,037 20

$771,235 05

$45,000 00
2,750 00
2,939 52

$30,000 00
10,250 00
....................

$75,000 00
13,000 00
2,939 52

50,000 00

___________

Liabilities—
C apital s to c k paid in________________ ________________
S u rp lu s........................ .......................................................... —
U n d iv id ed profits, less expenses and taxes paid---------Other existing profits collected, b ut n ot in undiyided
profits a cco u n t______________________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )-----------------------------------------Notes rediscounted ___________________________________
Deposits, due to banks________________________________
Dividends u n p a id _____________________________________
Individual deposits subject to check--------------------------Savings d e p o sits ______________________________________
Demand certificates o f deposit_______ i -----------------------Tim e certificates o f d eposit---------------------------^........ .......
Certified ch e ck s ___________________ ___________________
Cashier’s ch eck s______________ -------------------------------------State, cou n ty and municipal deposits------------------------P osta l savings deposits-------- ---------------------------- ---------Other lia b ilitie s _______________________________________
T o ta ls _________________ ^----------.-------------- ------- ---------- -

3,004 00
217,962 66
__________
5,500 42
3,400 00
255 00
2,386 25
_________
28,000 00
$301,197 85

332,287 20

37,500 00
____ ____ _
$410,037 20

N o t e .—T he above statement includes the business o f a branch office at Danville.




50,000 00

3,004 00
217,962 66
332,287 20
5,50Q 42
3,400 00
255 00
2,388 25
37,500 00
28,000 00
$771,235 05

263

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

373 AND 373A.

CITIZENS SAVINGS BANK OF ALAMEDA.
ALAMEDA.
Incorporated March 6, 1906.

Officers—T hos. G. H utt, President; P. H. Gohn, Vice-President, Treasurer and Cashier; Prank V.
Bordwell, Secretary; C. E. Rowlands, A ssistant Cashier; J. J. Cam bridge, Jr., Assistant
Cashier.
Directors—O. E. Rowlands, S. E . Biddle, L . ® . W einmann, H . D. Clark, W . G. T ibbitts,
L. A. K onigshofer, Thos. G. H u tt, P . H . Gohn, James Tyson.
S ta te m e n t o f J u n e 30, 1919.

Resources—
Loans and discounts............. ............. . ........ .....
O v e r d r a fts _________ ______ ________ _______. .
Bonds, warrants and other securities________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures______
Safe deposit v a u lts .________ _____ __________
Other real estate owned_______ ______________
Due from reserve b a n k s ...____ ______________
Due from other b a n k s ............................... .......
A ctual cash on h a n d ....................... ....................
Exchanges fo r clearing house............................
Checks and other Sash items________ _______
Other resources ____________________________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)--------------------N otes, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (limited).
Totals.

Commercial
$35,865 13
17 95
10,000 00

Savings
$967,096 65
263,500 00
70,385 00

Combined
$1,002,961
17
273,500
76,385

78
95
00
00

13,045 86

14,310 52
223,970 61

14,310 52
237,016 47

5,820 77
697 62

43,575 63
649 94

49,396 40
1,347 56

847 38

17,791 98

18,039 36

$66,294 71

$1,607,280 33

$1,673,576 04

$10,000 00
----------------183 11

$94,145 80
53,000 00
3,017 01

$104,145 80
53,000 00
3,200 12

Liabilities—
Capital stock paid in..............................................................
Surplus ........................... ........ .........— --------------------------- Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes p a id ---------Other existing profits collected, b ut n ot in undivided
profits account ----------------------------------- --------------------Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )___________________________
Notes red iscou n ted____________________________________
Deposits, due t o banks_______________________ ________
Dividends u n p a id ...... ................— ......................................
Individual deposits subject to check__________ ______
Savings d e p o s its ---------------------------------------------------------Demand certificates o f deposit____ ____ ______________
Tim e certificates o f deposit___________________________
Certified c h e ck s _______________________________________
Cashier’s checks __________________________ 1 ---------------State, cou n ty and municipal deposits------------------------P osta l savings d ep osits.-------------------- ------- -----------------Other lia b ilitie s________ ____ _______ _____ — ................
T otals.

2 97
___________
___________
___________
.....................
53,488 03
-----------------5 00
___________
25 00
------------------

2 97

3,002 00
1,451,799 22

00
03
22
60

25 00

-----------------2,590 00

2,3)6 30

4,906 30

$66,294 71

$1,607,280 33

$1,673,575 04

N o t e .—T he above statem ent includes the business o f a branch office at Alamedft.




3,002
53,488
1,451,799
5

264.

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

374.

CITIZENS SAVINGS BANK OF COMPTON.
COMPTON.
Incorporated M arch 7, 1906.

Officers—J . J. H arshm an, President; J. V . Shepard, Vice;President; E. E. E lliott, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier.
Directors—P . E. H oa g, J. V . Shepard, Clarence Jennings, J. J. H arshm an, W . H . Craig.
S ta te m e n t o f J u n e 30, 1919.

Resources—

Savings

L oa n s and discounts________________________
O v e r d r a ft s __________________________________
B onds, warrants and other securities______
B ank premises, furniture and fixtures______
S afe deposit vaults____ •
_____________________
Other real estate owned___________ -_________
Due from reserve banks_____________________
Due from other b a n k s.________ _____________
A ctual cash on hand_____________ ^_________
Exchanges fo r clearing house_______________
Checks and other cash items_______________
O ther resou rces___________________________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)_____________
N otes, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)

$104,901 51
28,725 00

6,992 15
4,925 81
3,501 53
5 00

T o t a l........................................................ ............. .......................... ........ .........

$149,051 00

Liabilities —
C apital stock paid in— ---------------------------------------------S u rp lu s _________________ ______________________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes p a id_____ _
Other existing profits collected, but n o t in undivided
profits a c c o u n t _____________________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b o r r o w e d )..----------- -------------- -----------Notes rediscounted ___________________________________
Deposits, due t o ban k_________________________________
Dividends u n p a id _____________________________________
Individual deposits subject t o check-------------------------Savings d e p o s its ____________ __________________________
Demand certificates o f deposit------------- ------- ------- -------Tim e certificates o f d ep osit--------------------------------- 1-----Certified ch e ck s _____________________________ __________
Cashier’s c h e c k s ----------------------------------- —-------- ---------State, cou nty and m unicipal deposits________________
P osta l savings deposits........ ..................... I --------------------Other liabilities -------------------- ------- -------------------------------T otal.




-----------------___________
___________

$25,000 00
7,500 00
4,076 54

________ .__

____ . . _____

-----------------___________
___________
___________
-------------—
___________
----------------------------------__________ _
-----------------___________
--------------------------- -------

----------------------------------___________
___________
___________
■
___________
1,000 00 ___________
-------------—
101,474 46 ----------------------------------------,--------------------------------------------___________
___________
- ..........—..............- ................
10,000 00 ------------------------ ------------------------------------------------------------$149,051 00

__
__

________ . . .

265

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

375.

BANK OF NORWALK.
NORWALK.
Incorporated M arch 12, 1906.

Officers—J. W . Inm an, President; Frank C oulon, Vice-President; D. W . H orst, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier; K athryn Clark, A ssistant Cashier.
Directors—J. W. Inm an, F rank C oulon, D. W. H orst, F. P . Sproul, John Paddison, N. Glazier,
J. S. H orst, J. G. Smith, R. W . Bingham .
S ta te m e n t o f J u n e 30, 1919.

Resources—
Loans and discounts------------------------------------------------—
O verdrafts __________________________________ - ________
Bond®, w arrants and oth er securities!_______________
Bank premises, furniture and' fixtures____ ______ -—
Safe .deposit vaults----- ----------------------------------------1
-------Other real estate owned---------------------------------------------Due from reserve banks—.___________— —---------——
Due from other b a n k s .._____________________________
A ctual cash o n hand_________________ ______ _________
Exchanges fo r clearing house_______________________
Checks and oth er cash item s_____________________ ___
Other resources —___________________________
1
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)___ ..._________ _______
Notes, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)_______
T otals

Savings

Commercial

Combined

91
61
50
00

• $80,290 00

38,043 07

7,941 50

40(686 17

•3,000 00

. 13,469 78

$128,317
144
18,662
1

15,000 00

10,459 78
888 83
________

____

$208,007 91
144 01.
33(062 50
1 00

888 83'

—
______________

________ ________

$1917,118 30

$106,201 50

$20,000 00

$5,000 00

$25,000

6,000 00

6,000 00

10,000

4,846 62

3,278 02

7,619

________
92,958 48
________ -

156,983 68
92,968 48
788 00

$300,349 80

C apital stock paid1 in_____________ . . . ----- j---------------S u r p l u s ___ ____ , __ ____ ___ ________ —, ______________
_
_
Undivided p rofits, less expenses and taxes p a id ..____
Other existing p rofits collected, b u t n o t in undivided
p rofits account ...----------- -------------------------------------- —
Bills p ayable (including certificates o f d eposit repre.
senting m oney borrow ed )...-------------- ---------------------Notes r e d is c o u n te d _____ ._____________________ _______
Deposits, due t o b a n k s ..___________________________ _
Dividends u n p a i d ------------- ------- 1 ----------------------------—
Individual deposit® subject t o check----------------- ------Savings deposits ...----------- ------------------------------- . ---------Demand certificates o f d eposit----------------------------------Tim e certificates o f deposit_____________ 1
—__________
Ceertffied c h e c k s ________ ____ —______ ________ ,_______
Cashier’s c h e c k s _______________ ____________ _________ _
State, cou n ty and municipal deposits_____________ _
P osta l savings deposits----- ----------------------------...______
Other lia b ilit ie s ___________________________________ —
Totals




166,983 68
788 00

10,000 00

10(000 00

$197,118 30

288

Liabilities —

$106,281 50

$303,349 80

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

266

376. “ HARBOR CITY SAVINGS BANK.”
SAN PEDRO (LOS ANGELES).
In corp orated M arch 15, 1905.
Officers—W . L. Davenport* Presidtent; Rl. D. Sepulveda, Vice-President; Jam es W eir, VicePresident; Philip M. Gaffey, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; E . B. M oores, Assistant
Secretary and A ssistant Cashier.
D irectors—Ghas. Nicolai, Philip M. G affey, R. F. 8. die Dodfeon, E d A m ar, R. D. Sepulveda,
E dw ard Mahan, J. G. Austin, A . G. gpulved'a* Jam es W eir, E. B . M oores, W . L . Davenport.
S t a t e m e n t o f J u n e 30, 1919.
R esou rces—

Com m ercial

L oa n s and discounts_________________________________
_____________
O verdrafts _____ i_________________________________ ____ ______________
B onds, w arrants and1 other securities_______ ________
___________
Bank1 premises, furniture and1 fixtures----------------------------------------S afe d eposit vaults_________________ —___ _____ ____
___________
Other real estate owned----- -------------------------------------------•
________
Due fro m reserve banks_______________________ ____ —
___________
Due from oth er .banks_______________________________
___________
A ctual cash o n hand_________________________________
___________
E xchanges fo r clearing house___________ ____________
___________
Checks and other cash item s________—--------------------------------------Other resources _________________ _______________ ____
___________
Bankers’ a ccep ta n ce (lim ited)______________________
___________
N otes, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange^ (lim ited)_______
______ . ____
T o t a l ___

Savings
$379,827 82

___________
___________
589 00

___________
6,589
9,060
12,745
17,194

23
39
61
03

___________
21,379 19
17 75

___________
___________
$428,377 02

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in—_______ _____ ___________________
S u r p l u s _____________ ______________ ____i______ _ ______
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid----- _ .
Other existing p rofits collected, b u t n o t in undivided'
p rofits a c c o u n t _________________________________
B ills p ayable (including certificates o f dep osit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )_________ _________ ________
N otes rediscounted
------------------------------------- 1_______
Deposits1 due t o banks:___ ________ i__________________
,
Dividends u n p a i d ___________ _________________________
Individual deposits subject t o check___________ _____
S avings . d e p o s i t s ___________________________________
Dem and certificates: o f deposit___ ___ ______ ___ . ____ l
.
Tim e certificates o f d eposit___ ______________________
Certified c h e c k s ______________________________________
Cashier’s checks —_______________________________ i __ _
State, cou nty and m unicipal deposits—_____ ________
P osta l savings d eposits...-------------------------------------------Other lia b ilit ie s _________________ ________ „__________

Total ___




$30,000 00
18,259 00
1,181 48

1,200 00

357,589 80
19,990 79

164 93

$428,377 02

Combined
____________

___________
___________
___________
___________
____________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________

267

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

377.

“ ORANGE SAVINGS BANE.”
ORANGE.
Incorporated1 March 16, 1906.

Officers—P. W . Ehlen, President; M. O. Ainsworth, Vice-President; J. R. P orter, Secretary,
Treasurer and! Cashier.
Directors—M. O. Ainsworth, F. D. Collins, P. W . Ehlen, D. O. Flxley, Fred' W . Struck.
S ta te m e n t o f J u n e 30, 1919.

Resources—

Commercial

Savings

Combined

$823^347 17

__________

65,700 00

__________

2,630 56
76,643 94

____ I_____
__________

15,429 54

L oa n s and discounts-..,_____ ___________ ________ ____ ._

____________

Overdrafts ----------------------- ,_________ ___________
Bonds', w arrants and other securities................. .........
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures.____ ________
Safe deposit vaults___________________ __________ 1
_____
Other real estate owned______________ - _____________
Du 3 from reserve banks___________________ ______
Due from other banks___ ______ ,___ _____ _____,_______
A ctual cash on hand_____ —i___________ ________ *____
Exchanges fo r clearing, h o u se ....,___ _________________
Checks and other cash item s____ -___________________
Other r e s o u r c e s ____ j —.________________ ______________
Bankers’ acceptanc e (limited1
)________________ ._____
Notesi, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited )..______
T o ta l ___ _____________ ___________ —________________ .

___________

$688,156 26

..

----------------------------------— ________

$26,006 00
46,000 00

..
..

12,230 61

..

JAdbilities—
C apital stock paid in--------------------- -----------,-------- ---------S u r p lu s ________________ —------------------------------------------Undivided p rofits, less expenses and! taxes paid_____
Other existing profits collected, b u t n o t in undivided
profits a c c o u n t _______________ _____________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f dep osit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )___ ___ .,__________________
N at s re d is c o u n t e d ___________ _________ . . . . ________
Deposits, dlie t o banks_____________________ _________
Dividends u n p a i d _______ ________ ____________ : _______
Individual deposits subject t o check_________ ,_______
Savings deposits
________ ______________________ ——
Demand certificates o f deposit______________________
Tim e certificates o f deposit_________ ,___ ____________
Certified1 c h e c k s _______ _ s_______________________ *_
_
_
Cashier’s checks — _______________________ t ___i ____
_
State, cou n ty and m unicipal deposits_______________
'P o s t a l savings deposits_________ _____________________
Other lia b ilit ie s ________________ ____ __________ i-----------

T o t a l_
_




___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
____________
___________

5137,738 54

____________

68,189 05

____________

___________
___________
___________
___________
-----------------$688,156 20

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

268

379.

STATE BANK OF POMONA.
POMONA.
Incorporated March 90, 1906.

Officers—A. O. A b b ott, President; J. A . Gallup, Vice-President; E. R. Yundt, Secretary,
Treasurer, Cashier and M anager; H. W . Stile®, A ssistant Cashier; L ynn S'. Birdteall, A ssistant
Cashier.
Directors—A. C. A b b ott, J. A. Gallup, E. R. Yundt, J. W. Fulton, S. E. Yundt, H . J. Vanim an,
J. E . McGowan.
S t a t e m e n t o f J u n e 30, 1919.

Resources—
L oa n s and discountSL-i----------------- ----- ----------------------O verdrafts ___________________________________________
B onds; warrants and] oth er securities'----- -----------------Bank prem is s, furniture and, fixtures_______________
S afe d ep osit vaults—___________ _____________________
Other real estate ow n ed , j ---------------: __ _______________
_
Due fr o m reserve banks,___ __________________________
Due from other banks— ----------------------------- ------------A ctual cash on hand_________________________________
E xchanges fo r clearing house_____ i ____________ ___
_
Checks and other cash item s-------------. --------- , ------------Other resoure:®
----------------------------------------------------Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)_—__________________
NVjtes, drafts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)------------

Com m ercial

Savinas

Combined

$284,122 24
4 65
140,722 86

$280,644 68

1,500 00

—

101,450 00
38,800 00

_____

$620,666
4
242,172
38,800
1,500

87
65
86
O
O
00

113,739 21

20,400 29

134,229 50

38,185 27
1,079 15

11,991 38

50,176 65
1,079 15

—

...

16 25

$1,089,545 93

$35,000 00
8,000 00
2,042 29

$100,000 00
20,000 00
11,383 95

397,429 05

T ota ls

_
$450,270 30

16 25

393,181
807,429

C apital stock p a id i m .__________________________— —

-----—
Surplus ______________ ______ ____ _______________ i
Undivided profit®, less expenses and taxes paid_____
Other existing profits collected1 b u t n o t in undivided1
,
profits a c c o u n t __ •
--------------- ----------------------------------Bills p ayable (including certificates o f dep osit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )---------------------------------------N otes rediscounted ___ _______ —____ _________________
Deposits,, due t o banks----- ------------------------------------------Dividends1 u n p a i d ___________________ ______ ___________
Individual deposits su b ject t o check-----------------------Savings d e p o s it s ------------------ --------------------------- u .--------Demand certificates o f d eposit_______________ ________
Tim e certificates o f deposit------------------- ------- ------------Certified cheeks ---------------------- . ------ ----------------------------Cashier’ s checks ---------------------—---------------------------------State, cou n ty and m unicipal deposits___ ____________
P osta l saving® deposits______________________________
Other liabilities _____ _— — ................. > ..............—
—
T ota ls




$65,000 O k
K
12,000 00
9,341 60

8

8 00
303,181 63

76,948 28

10,8014 90

23,790 06

$580,260 03

888

Liabilities—

93,753 24
23,790 06

$450,276 30

$1,039,545 93

269

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS,

380.

“ CITIZENS SAVINGS BANK OF UPLAND.”
UPLAND.
Incorporated M ay 11, 1906.

Officers—R. F . Lem on, President; YV. T . Leeke, Vice-President; R. C. N orton, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier; E va G. M oore, Assistant Cashier.
Directors—R. F. Lem on, M. H. Bordwell, F. L. Purvis, A. P . H a rw ood , W . T . Leeke, E. T . Jord an,
R. C. N orton.
S t a t e m e n t o f J u n e 30, 1919.

Resources—
Loans and discounts______ ________ ____ __________ . . .
O v e r d r a ft s ----------- ------- ------------------- ------- — ................—
Bonds, warrants and other securities...........................
Bank premises, furniture and fix tu res.._____ ________
Safe deposit vaults............... ...................... ..........................
Other real estate owned _____ _____ _________________
Due from reserve banks_______________________________
Due from other banks_________________________________
A ctual cash on hand-------------------- ; -----------------------------Exchanges fo r clearing house__________________ ____ —
Checks and other cash items__________________________
Other re s o u rc e s _______________________________________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)________ ______________
Notes, d ra fts, or bills o f exchange (lim ite d ).._______
T o t a l....................%
—..............................................................

Commercial

___________
___________
_________
___________
__________ ...
_________
___________
-----------------____________
___________
___________
___________
— ___ . . . .

Savings

$171,110 55

Combined

_____ _____

136,044 40
1,700
1,385
16,807
4,251
6,659

00
00
04
15
19

___________
___________
___________
________ - . .
___________

315 63

$338,272 96

........ ............

-$25,000 00
12,500 00
683 03

___________
___________
___________

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in________ __________ _______ _____
S u rp lu s____________________ ___________________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid______
Other existing profits collected, but n o t in undivided
profits account _____________________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney borrow ed)___________________________
Notes red iscou n ted -----------------------------------------------------Deposits, due t o banks_____________________ __________
D ivid en d s u n p a id ________________________________________

Individual deposits subject t o check-------------- -----------Savings deposits ...... ............ ........ .................... .............—
Demand certificates o f deposit----------- ------- -----------------Tim e certificates o f deposit___________________________
Certified ch e c k s _____________________________________ _
Cashier’s c h e c k s ______________________________________
State, cou n ty and municipal deposits------------- ----------P osta l savings deposits_____________ ____ ____________
Other liabilities'___________ ___________________________
Total.




1,000 00

..

224,554' 48

..

61,989 45

..

12,500 00

..

46 00

..

$338,272 96

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

270

382.

FULLERTON SAVINGS BANK.
FULLERTON.
Incorporated June 14, 1906.

Officers—B. F. P orter, President; S. N. Fuller, Vice-President and Treasurer; F . R. H olcom b,
Vice-President; E. E. B alcom , .Secretary and Cashier.
Directors—B. F. P orter, S. N. Fuller, A. C. Bowers, H . C. Head, F. R. H olcom b, S. W . M cCollock,
F . O. Krause.
S ta te m e n t o f J u n e 30, 1919.
R esou rces

Commercial

Savings

Combined

L oa n s and discounts__________ ____ _______ ____ __________ _________
$407,785 89 _____ _____
O verdrafts ____________________________________ ■______
_
___________
___________
___________
B onds, warrants and other securities_________________
___________
28,000 00 ___________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures______ ^_________
___________ , ___________
_________
S afe deposit vaults______________________________ ____ _
____ __________ ___________
___________
Other real estate ow ned—-____________________ T_______
___________
l,g 7 7 60
___________
Due from reserve b a n k s.—. _____________ _____ _ .______
___________
31,657 95 _____ _____
- Due from other banks_________________________________
___________
______ ___________________
A ctual cash on hand__________ ______ _______________ _
__________ ^
10,948 72 ___________
Exchanges fo r clearing house........ .......... .........
Checks and other cash item s________________
Other resou rces___________________ w_______
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)_____________
N otes, d ra fts, or bills o f exchange (limited).
T o t a l........................ ............................. ............ ................. ________________

$460,370 16

..

----------------------------------............. .......

$50,000 00
11,250 00
2,761 15

.,
..

___________
___________
___ - ______
___________
..............
___________
___________
___________
_____ i . ----___________

30 00
___________
365,850 63
___________
24,978 38___________
___________
25,000 00
-----------------600 00

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in..........—------- --------------------- ------- Surplus —............... — ................... - ............... — ---------------Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes p a id .—,.....
Other existing profits collected, but n o t in undivided
profits a c c o u n t ___ _______ _____ ____ _______________
Bills payable (including certificates o f 4 «P °sit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )-----------------------------------------Notes red iscou n ted __________________ i _______________
Deposits, due to banks............—.................— ___________
Dividends u n p a id ------------------------------------------------- .'____
Individual deposits subject to check___ _____ ________
Savings d e p o s its ______________ r------------- ------»________
Demand certificates o f deposit________________ -_______
Tim e certificates o f d e p o s it ..............................................
Certified c h e ck s _______________________________________
Cashier’s c h e c k s _______________ ____ _________________
State, cou nty and m unicipal d e p o s its ........... ..........—
P osta l savings deposits______ ____ ______ 1
. ____
Other lia b ilitie s ____________ ________ ________ _______ _
T otal.




$480,370 16

271

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

388 AND 388A.

CITIZENS STATE BANK OF SAWTELLE.
SAWTELLE.
Incorporated September 20, 1906.

Officers—R . P. McClellan, President; J. H . Shnell, Vice-President; W . W . Haskell, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier; P. R. Dunbar, Assistant Cashier; T . T . Turner, A ssistant Cashier;
Charles Newland, Assistant Cashier.
Directors—R. P. McClellan,- J. H . Shnell, J. L. B rady, P . N. A rnold, A. L . King.
S ta te m e n t o f J u n e 30, 1919.
T tG S O U rC e8

Commercial

Savings

Loans and discounts-------------------------- ---------- --------------$353,147 87
O v e r d r a fts _________ ____ _____ - ...............................................__................
B onds, warrants and other securities____ ____ ______
137,160 53
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures________________
7,616 19
.....................
Safe deposit vaults........ .......................... .................... ........
Other real estate owned...... ................. . .............................
7,496 01
Due from reserve banks____________ ____ _____________
56,558 35
Due from other banks_________________________________
___________
Actual cash on. hand............................... — _____ _______
37,947 99
Exchanges fo r clearing house----------- -------------------------------------------Checks and other cash items__________ ____ _________
901 34
Other re s o u rc e s __________________ ______ _____________
10 00
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)----------- --------------------- -------------------- -----Notes, d ra fts, or bills o f exchange (lim ited)_____ ________ __________
T o ta l............................................................ ...........................

$600,838 28

Liabilities —
C apital stock paid in...... .......... .................................. .......
S u rp lu s________________________________________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes p a id ..........
Other existing profits collected, but n o t in undivided
profits account
_____ _____________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )_______ : _____ ____________
Notes red iscou n ted _____ :--------------------------------------------Deposits, due to banks________________________________
Dividends u n p a id _____________________________________
Individual deposits subject t o check____________ _____
Savings d e p o s its ______________________________________
Demand certificates o f deposit— ....................---------------Time certificates o f deposit___________________________
Certified checks
_____ ________ ____ ________ —---------Cashier’s checks ................................... .................. .............
State, cou nty and municipal deposits-------------- ---------P osta l savings deposits_______________________ _______
Other lia b ilities----------------------------------------------- ------- —

$50,000 00
12,500 00
7,264 36

___________
-----------------___________
___________
363,603 18
___________
-----------------128,505 56
-----------------................. -24,887 02
7,078 16
7,000 00

T o ta l...... ................... .......... ....................................................

$600,838 28

------------

No t e .—The above statement includes the business o f a branch office at Palm s.

18—48042




Combined

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

272

389.

ALHAMBRA SAVINGS BANE.
ALHAMBRA.
Incorporated Jan uary 20, 1906.

Officers—G. C. Marshall, President; E. E. Bailey, Vice-President; R. P . B ishop, Vice-President;
G. G. Goodwin, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; Virgil H . Tucker, A ssistant Secretary and
A ssistant Cashier.
Directors—G. G. Goodw in, E. E. Bailey, R. F. B ishop, G. o ! Marshall, W illiam H all, R. H . San­
born , W . M. N orthrop, M yron E. Etiene. W m . J. Bettinger.
S ta te m e n t o f J u n e 30, 1919.

Resources—
L oans and discounts____________ _____________________
O v e r d r a ft s ---------------------- --------------------------------------------B onds, warrants and other securities_________________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures________________
Safe deposit vaults-------------------------------------------------------Other real estate owned______________________________
Due from reserve banks______ ______ _________________
Due from other ban ks________________________________
A ctual cash on hand__________________________________
Exchanges for clearing house________________ ____ ____
Checks and other cash items------------- ------------------------Other resou rces_______________________________________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)_____________________ . . .
N otes, drafts, or bills o f exchange (lim ited)_________
T o ta ls .

Com m ercial

$199,862
78
35,815
10,636

23
13
00
01

9,579 29

Savings

$238,264 37
59,307
28,270
2,100
2,905
93,531

72
08
00
50
99

Combined

$438,126
78
95,122
38,906
2,100
2,905
103,111

60
13
72
09
00
50
28

11,482 82

26,768 37

764 66

764 66

$271,256 21

$436,627 14

$707,883 35

$20,000 00

5,300 00

$30,000 00
9,900 00
2,563 31

$50,000 00
15,200 00
2,563 31

169,779 02
__________

__________ =
.
393,905 83

169,779 02
393,905 83

15,285 55

Liabilities —
C apital stock paid in__________ ______________________
Surplus _______________________________________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes p a id _____ .
Other existing profits collected, but n o t in undivided
profits a c c o u n t _____________________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )-----------------------------------------N otes red iscou n ted _ . _______________________________
_
Deposits, due to b a n k s ..-------- ------------------- ------- -------- Dividends u n p a id __________________ __________________
Individual deposits subject t o check--------------------------Savings d e p o s its ______________________________________
Demand certificates o f deposit------------------------------------Time certificates o f d e p o sit.---------------------------------------Certified ch e ck s _________________________________
Cashier’s checks ________________________________
State, county and municipal deposits--------------P osta l savings deposits-------------------------------------.
Other lia b ilitie s ____________________ __________
Totals.




31,966 00

31,966 00
19,211 19
25,000 00
___________
$271,256 21

. ________
___________

19,211* 19
25,000 00

258 00

258 00

$438,627 14

$707,883 35

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

394.

273

MONTAGUE BANKING COMPANY.
MONTAGUE.
Incorporated1December 26, 1900.

Officers—E. F. Reich man, President; A rthur Simon, Vice-President, Treasurer and Cashier;
W alter A. Simon, Secretary and A ssistant Cashier; Stella L. Sim on, A ssistant Cashier.
Directors—I. S. Davis, C. H. Rieichman, E. F . Reichman, E. D. Tertvilliger, A rthur Simon.
S ta te m e n t o f J u n e 30, 1919.

Resources—
L oans and discounts------------------------------- ------------------O verdrafts —__________ ,______________________________
Bonds, warrants and other securities_________ _____
Bank premises, furniture and' fixtures________ 1_____
S afe deposit vaults_____________________ _____________
Other real estate owned_____________________________
Due from reserve banks_____________________________
Due from other banks_______________________________ .
A ctual cash on hand____________ ____________________ _
Exchanges fo r clearing house_______________________
Checks and oth r cash item s________________________
Other r e s o u r c e s _______ ________________ _______________
Bankers’ acceptanc a (lim ited)______________________
Notes, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)_______

Totals ______________________ ____ _______________

Savings

Commercial
$344,806
2,140
35,756
8,000
3,000
18,555
1,911
18,451

$165,525 40

65
85
40
00
00
98
38
99

6,687 00
11,649 19

027 51
16010

Combined
$510,326
2,140
35,765
8,000

05
85
49
00

3~000 C
O
251,242 98
1,911 38
30,101 18
627 51
160 10

—

$433,403 95

$183,801 59

$017,236 54

$751,000 00
10,000 00
0,672 39

$25,000 00
2,000 00
1,718 46

$100,000 00
12,000 00
81390 85

Liabilities—
Capital stock paid in______________________________
Surplus__________________________________ _________
Undivided' profits, less expenses and taxes paid_____
Other existing profits collected', but not in undivided
profits account_______________ ___________ _________
Bills payable (including certificates of deposit repre­
senting money borrowed).___________ ___________
Notes rediscounted ___________________ ______ ______
Deposits, due to banks____________________________
Dividends unpaid__________ ________ ___ .__________
Individual d posits subject toTcheck________________
Savings deposits_______; _______ l. ________________
Demand certificates of deposit____________________
Time certificates of deposit____________________ . . .
Certified checks ________________________________ 1 _
Cashier’s checks__________________________________
State, county and municipal deposits______________
Postal savings deposits________________ _____ _____
Other Uabilltiesi __________________________________

Totals




20,000 00

20,000 00

—

261,103 98
155,143 13
9,740 04
12,866 50
115 44
27,000 00

—

10,845 00

—

$433,403 90

$183,801 60

201,163
155,143
9,740
12,806

98
13
64
60

115 44
27,000 00
10,845 00

$617,205 54

274

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

395.

THE SECURITY SAVINGS BANE OF ORANGE.
ORANGE.
Incorporated December 20, 1905.

Officers— W. D. G ranger' President; D. F. Cam pbell, Vice-President; E. W . BoUnger, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier.
Directors—W . D. Granger, D. P. Campbell, W . P. Crist, Geo. C. W ood s, C. P . Newton.
S t a t e m e n t o f J u n e 30, 1919.
R esou rces—

L oa n s and discounts-------------------------------------------------O verdrafts ____ j_______________ ____________ __________
B onds, warrants and other securities___ ___________
B ank premises', furniture and fixtures______________
Safe d eposit vaults----------- ------------------------------------------Other r al estate owned_______________ ______________
Due fro m reserve banks_______________________ ______
Due from other banks_________ _____________________
A ctual cash on hand—,_______________________________
E xchanges fo r clearing house_______________________
Checks and other cash items;_________ _____________ i__
Other r e s o u r c e s ___ __________________________________
Bankers’ acceptanc s (lim ited)_______________ ______
Notes, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)_______
T o ta l -----------------------------------------------------------------------j

Commercial
-----------------____________
____________
___________
------- ------- „
___________
___________
___________
____________
___________
___________
___________
____________
___________

Savings

Combined

$304,960 00

_____________

100,881 2 7

_____________

37,216 10
33,605 88

__________
___________

10,000 00

____________

>486,673 25

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in___________________ ___________ _
Undivided1profits, less expenses and taxes paid--------Other existing profits collected, b u t n o t in undivided1
p rofits account _____ ______________________________
B ills payable (including certificates o f d eposit repre­
senting m oney borrow ed )----------------—----------------------Notes rediscounted —------------------------ l-----------------------Deposits, due t o banks'-----------------------------------------------Dividends u n p a i d -------------------------------------------------------Individual deposits su b ject t o check------------------------Savings d e p o s i t s ----------------------------------- j-------------------Demand certificates o f deposit----- ---------------------------Tim e c rtifl cates o f d eposit___________________________
Certified c h e c k s ______________________________________
Cashier’s c h e c k s ----- _ j -----------------------------------------------State, cou nty and m unicipal deposits_______ ____ ____
P osta l savings deposits_____________________________
Other lia b ilit ie s ______________________________________
T o ta l




$25,000 00
19,500 00
35 36

405,192 21

___________

26,945 68

______________

10,000 00

____________

$480,673 25

275

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

396.

OJAI STATE BANE.
NORDHOFF.

Incorporated1 Jan uary 8, 1907'.
Officers—Felix W . Ewing, President; Edward L. W ieet, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer and
Cashier; Mabel R. Isenberg, Assistant Cashier.
Directors"—Felix W . Ewing, Edward J . W lest, E d ga r W . Carne, John J1 Burke, J. W . Dennison.
j
.
S ta te m e n t o f J u n e 30, 1919.
B e80 u rce8 —

L oa n s and! discounts_________ ._________________ .____
O verdrafts ----- —.----------------------- ---------------------------------Bonds, w arrants and oth er securiti s_______________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures----------- ------ -----S afe d eposit vaults___________ ____________ i----- --------- Other real estate owned_____________________________
Due from reserve banks-------- ------------------------------------Due from other banks-------------- ------------------ ---------------A ctual eash o n hand_________________________________
E xchanges f o r clearing house___________ __________ —
Checks and other cash item s_________ _______________
Other r e s o u r c e s ______________________________________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)___ ___________ _______
Notes, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)_______
T o ta l

Liabilities—
Capital stock paid! in______________ ____________ ___
Surplus ___ _______________ __________________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid-------Other existing profits collected', but not in undivided
profits account_________________________________
Bills payable (including certificates of deposit repre­
senting money borrowed)_____ ------------------- -------Notes ^discounted _____ ___________________________
Deposits', due to banks---------------------------------------—
Dividends unpaid_____________________ ____________
Individual deposits subject to check-----------------------Savings deposits _____________________ ____ ______ Demand certificates of deposit____________ ________
Time certificates of deposit___ ____________________
Certified checks__________________________ —________
Cashier's checks __________________________________
State, county and municipal deposits____ __________
Postal savings deposits__________ l.,_______________
Other liabilities'________ ___________________________
T otal




Com m ercial

$235,949 72
1,362 15
76,600 00
11,000 00
2,000 00
___________
17,3143 41
-----------------18,770 59
___________
744* 27
22,415 00
___________
___________
$386,185 14

$49,000 00
15,000 00
7,000 00

243,296 28

5,393 88
58,910 83
1,455 80
20,000 00
128 35

Savings

Combined

276

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

397.

FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK OF IMPERIAL.
IMPERIAL.
Incorporated February 12, 1907.

Officers'—Frank W ilkin, President; L . J. T hom as, Vice-President; L . E. Addis, Secretary; W . D.
Smith, Treasurer and Cashier; M ark W ilkin, A ssistant'C ashier.
Directors—J. O. Ohalupnik, J. H. H olland, L. J. T hom as, A. E. W right, C. E . O ooke, J. F .
Bezdecheek, Frank Wilkin.
S ta te m e n t o f J u n e 30, 1919.
Savings

Combined

$239,100 19
1,004 41
11,689 35
3,000 00
___________
___________
44,079 61
10,317 82
18,038 83
3,102 67
1,491 61
___________
___________
___________

T ota ls ___________________ ___________________ ________

$329,427 79

$67,406 02

$393333

ft i ! ! ! g 3 K S

Com m ercial

L oa n s and discounts_________________________________ _
O verdrafts --------------------------------------------------------- ---------B onds, warrants and other securities___ v__________
B an k premises, furniture and1 fixtures_______________
S afe deposit vaults___________________________________
Other real estate owned1___ j_______________________
_
Due from reserve banks_______________________ _______
Due fro m other banks1
_______________________________
A ctual cash on hand___ _______________________ ______
E xchanges fo r clearing house-----------------------------------Checks and other cash item s_________________________
Other r e s o u r c e s ________________________________ ._____
Bankers’ acceptances -{lim ited )______ 1________ _______
Notes, drafts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)_______

$40JXX> 00

$10,000 00
4,000 00
2,277 30

$50,000
4,000
4,423

$88

Resources —

6,959 12

_ ____

400 00

$280,937
1,004
18^42
3,000
400

28
41
47
00
00

i SS5Sr £

$56,887 09

44,679 51

___
1Q£17 32
4,209 41
20,248 24
__
3,192 67
—
1,491 61
________
_____

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in________________________________
U n d ivid 'd profits, less expenses and’ taxes p a id -------Other existing profits collected, b u t n o t In undivided
p rofits a c c o u n t _______ —_________________________ i_
Bills payable (including certificates o f d ep osit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )__________________ _______
Notes rediscounted --------- .------------------------------- .---------Deposits', due t o banks______________________________
Dividends unpaid ____________________________________
Individual deposits su b ject t o check________________

2,140 17

259,742 31

Savings deposits __________ ________________________
Demand certificates o f deposit______________________
Tim e certificates o f deposit--------------------------------------Certified cheeks ___________ __________________________
Cashier’s checks --------------------- ------------------------- ---------State, cou nty and m unicipal deposits-----------------------P osta l savings deposits_____________________________ i
Other liabilities ________________ ____________________

Totals




8,474 72

____________________ 259,74231
61,128 30
51,128 30
------------------------------- 8,47472

13,967 38
2,002 46

13,957 38
2,002 46

104 75

104 75

$326,427 79

$67,405 62

$398,833 41

277

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

398.

“ EAGLE HOCK BANK ”
EAGLE ROCK.
Incorporated February 20, 1907.

Officers—Fred E. Biles, President and Treasurer; F. W . Nahouse, Vice-President; Ada Carr,
Secretary and Cashier.
Directors—W . E. Werden, Fred E . Biles, John T. Bailey, C. I. Ritchey, H . G. Shearin,
F. W . Nahouse, O. J. R o o t.
S ta te m e n t o f J u n e 30, 1919.

Resources —

Commercial

Savings

Loans and discounts__________ ____ ____ ______ ______
$103,957 91
O v e r d r a ft s ------------------- ---------------- ------- ---------- ------------205 15
Bonds, warrants and other securities.____ ___________
23,000 00
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures----------------------10,813 00
S afe deposit vaults____________________________________
325 00
Other real estate owned__________________________________
1,56614
Due from reserve banks___ ____________________
65,25458
Due from other banks____ i . . _________________________
___________
A ctual cash on hand--------------------------------------------------------10,10826
Exchanges fo r clearing house_________________________
___________
Checks and other cash item s__________________________
___ _______
Other resources
____ _____________ _______ _____ ____
___________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)________________________
___________
Notes, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)_________
___________
T o ta l______ ______ - ........ ...................— .............................

$215,230 04

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in_________________________________
Surplus ________ : __________________________ -__________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid______
Other existing profits collected, b u t n ot in undivided
profits a c c o u n t ___________________ ^------------------------Bills payable (including certificates o f dep osit repre­
senting m oney borrow ed )----------------- ----------------------N otes rediscounted ___________________________________
Deposits, due to banks_______________________________
Dividends u n p a id --------------------------------------------------------Individual deposits subject t o check_________________
Savings d e p o s its ---------------------------------- ---------------- ------Demand certificates o f deposit------------------------------------Time certificates o f deposit___________________________
Certified c h e c k s _______________________________________
Cashier’s checks ______________________________________
State, cou n ty and municipal deposits__ --------------------P osta l savings deposits---------------- ------------------------------Other liabilities _______ ______________ ________________
T otal.




$25,000 00
3,000 00
1,945 19

160,684 20
--------------------------------7,359 00
___________
4,868 47
12,373 18
-----------------___________
$215,230 04

Combined

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

278

400, 400A AND 400D.

COMMERCIAL RANK OF TURLOCK.
TURLOCK.

Incorporated February 27, 1907.
Officers—H . S. Crane, Chairm an; H ow ard W hipple, President; T . B . W hipple, Vice-President;
F. W . H osm er, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; L . T . Brown, A ssistant Cashier;
W . W . Ferguson, Assistant Cashier; G. H . Taber, Branch M anager; O. H . Olson, Branch
M anager; Maud Green, A u d itor and’ A ssistant Cashier.
Directors—H . S. Crane, E. B. Osborn, T. B. W hipple, C. H . Geer, H ow ard W hipple, H . M. H atch,
S. A . Hultm an.
S ta te m e n t o f J u n e 30, 1919.

Resources —
L oans and discounts__________________________________
O v e r d r a ft s ____________________________________________
B onds, warrants and other securities___ _____ _______
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures_________ _____ Safe deposit vaults____________ ____ __________________
Other real estate owned______________ _________________
Due from reserve banks_______________________________
Due from other banks--------------------_------- --------------------A ctual cash on hand________ ____ ____ ____ __________
Exchanges 'for clearing house___________ ____ _________
Checks and other cash items---------------------------------------Other resources — ---------------------------------------------- - ........
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)_____________ ______ ____
Notes, drafts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)--------------T o ta ls ________________________________________________

Commercial

Sayings

Combined

$200,725 15

$430,160 09

$630,891 24

11,092 50
82,937 34

170,537 80

182,230 30
82,937 34

0,076
20,450
1,210
17,073

70
70
40
20

13,032 30
44,941 51

19,709
65,392
1,210
41,774

24,101 17
105 00

—

—

00
27
40
37

1(» 00

—

$347,372 05

$682,883 87

$1,030,255 92

$05,000 00
03,000 00
3,068 11

$35,000 00
32,000 00
7,083 14

$100,000 00
96,000 00
10,101 25

Liabilities—
C a p i t a l s t o c k p a i d in ________________________________________

Surplus __________________________________ ____________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid______
Other existing profits collected, b ut n o t in undivided
profits a c c o u n t _____________________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )----------- ------- ----------------------Notes red iscou n ted _____ ___________________ _________
Deposits, due to banks-------------------------------------------------Dividends u n p a id ________ - ___________________________
Individual deposits subject t o check_________________
Savings d e p o s its ____________ ______ _________ _________
Demand certificates o f deposit—----------- ---------------------Tim e certificates o f deposit___________________________
Certified ch e ck s _______________________ _____ - ........ .......
Cashier’s ch eck s_______ ____ ______________ ____ _______
State, cou nty and municipal deposits------------------------P osta l savings deposits...... ............ - ---------_-------- ---------Other liabilities _............—................. — -------------------------T o t a ls ............ ......... - _____ __________________________

4,239 35
_________
143,022 30
_________
2,544 17
05,711 71
180 18
0 17

$347,372 05

4,000 00
004,850 73

___________

$082,883 87

4,239 35
4,000 00
143,022 30
004,850 73
2,544 17
05,711 71
180 18
0 17

$1,030,235 92

N o t e .—The above statem ent includes the business o f branch offices at Denair and Hilmar.
V olu ntarily closed branch office a t Irwin N ovem ber 20, 1918.




279

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

402.

‘ STATE BANE OF PASADENA.”
PASADENA.
Incorporated April 5, 1907.

Officers—W . M. E ason, President; A. E. Divelle, Vice-President; A rthur H. Gage, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier.
Directors—W . M. Eason, R. A. Hall, F. A. Divelle, W . N. G ordy, A rthur H. Gage, Carl H. W .
Runde, R. Eason.
S ta te m e n t o f J u n e 30, 1919.

Resources—

Commercial

Loans and discounts................................. ...........................
$189,030 46
Overdrafts __________________________ ____ _______ ____
lfo> 63
B onds, warrants and other securities_______ ______ ___
100,624 81
Bank premises, furniture and" fixtures...........................
4,800 00
Safe deposit vaults..........—...................................... ............
_........ ..........
Other real estate o w n e d ..................................... ... ............
3,954 65
Due from reserve banks...... .......................... ........ ..............
53,019 02
Due from other banks________________________________
___________
A ctual cash in hand------------- ------- --------------------------------22,387 11
Exchanges fo r clearing house_________________________
___________
Checks and other cash items______ ______ ___________
55 27
Other resou rces_____________ —. ______ _________ _________ _________ _
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)____________ ____________
___________
Notes, drafts, o r bills o f exchange (limited1_______
)
___________
T o ta l_______ _______ _________ _______ _______ _______

$374,037 95

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in_________ ____________ ________ _
$25,000 00
Surplus _______________________________________________
12,000 00
18,618 16
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes p a id______
Other existing profits collected, but n ot in undivided
profits a c c o u n t ----------------- --------------------------------------Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )___________________________
___________
Notes rediscounted ___________________________________
___________
Deposits, due, t o banks_______________________________
___________
Dividends u n p a id _____________________________________
___________
Individual deposits subject to check-------------------------172,958 65
Savings d e p o s it s _______________ _____ — .........- ........ —
-----------------Demand certificates o f deposit----------------- ---------- ------------------------Tim e certificates o f deposit-----------------------------------------140,780 26
Certified ch e c k s _________________________________ _________ __________
Cashier’s checks ______________________________________
4,680 88
State, cou nty and municipal deposits-----------------------------------------P osta l savings deposits_____________________ ____ ____
___________
Other lia b ilitie s _______________________________________
___________
T o ta l______________ ______ _________ — ______ _______




$374,037 95

Savings

Combined

280

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

403.

CENTRAL SAVINGS BANK OF LODI, CALIFORNIA.
LODI.
Incorporated April 9, 1907.

Officers—J ohn B. C ory, President; T. C. Shaw, Vice-President; W . H . Lorenz, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier; Jam es P . Shaw, A ssistant Cashier and Assistant Treasurer.
Directors—J ohn B. C ory, T . C. Shaw, W . H . Lorenz, H. C. Beckman, W . H . T hom pson , Geo. W .
LeM oin, E. E. Morse.
S t a t e m e n t o f J u n e 30, 1919.
R e8 0 1 irC € S —

Com m ercial

L oans and discounts------------------------------------------------- ------------------------O v e r d r a ft s ----------------- ------------------------------ ----------------------------------•.
B onds, warrants and other securities----------- ----------------- , ______
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures________________
___________
S it e deposit vaults____________________________________
___________
Other real estate owned_______________________________
__________ .
Due from reserve banks_______________________________
___________
Due fro m other hanks-------------------------------------------------------------------A ctual cash on hand__________________________________
___________
E xchanges fo r clearing house________________________ Checks and other cash item s._____ ___________________
Other resou rces_______________________________________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited).'_______________________
Notes\, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)----------T o ta l__________________ ______ _______________________

Savings

$382,742 78
___________
130,925 00
___________
___________
___________
45,851 82
7,607 16
13,000 00

Combined

___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________

___________

$580,126 76

..

----------------------------------___________

$50,000 00
5,000 00
7,309 £1

..
—

___________
----------------------------------___________
___________
___________
-----------------___________
___________
___________

___________
----------------------------------10 00
___________
411,148 13
-----------------106,659 32
___________
___________

Liabilities —
C apital stock paid i n ..-------- -------- -------------------------- Surplus --------- ------- ------------------------------------------------------Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid______
Other existing profits collected, b u t n ot in undivided
profits a c c o u n t _________________________ ___________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )______________ j ___________
N otes red iscou n ted ------------------------- ----------------------------Deposits, due to banks-----------------------------------------^------Dividends u n p a id _____________________________________
Individual deposits subject t o check_________________
Savings d e p o s its ______________________________________
Demand Certificates o f deposit-------------------- --------------Tim e certificates o f deposit___________________________
Certified ch e ck s _______________________________________
Cashier’s ch eck s_______________________________ _______
State, cou n ty and municipal deposits.
P o s ta l savings deposits----------------------Other lia b ilitie s ______________________
T otal.




$580,126 76

281

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

406.

PEOPLE’S STATE BANK.
TURLOCK.
Incorporated M ay 6, 1907.

Officers—J. E. Weaver, President; E dgar B axter, Vice-President; R o y E. W eaver, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier; A .
F oote, A ssistant Secretary, R ay W eaver, Assistant Oasbier;
Ellen W hite, Assistant Cashier.
Directors—J . E. W eaver, E d ga r B axter, Claus Johnson, M. M. Berg, D. J. W alton. A. L. P o o te ,
Peter Erickson.
S ta te m e n t o f J u n e 30, 1919.
R680U V C 68—

Commercial

Savings

Combined

$537,381
993
135,712
37,000

$283,517 42

$951,892

$25,000 00
3,000 00
2,310 S
B

$75,000
25,000
11,922

61,993
9,073

112
3,064

I ! I5

T ota ls

4,530
162,040

S RS S 18$

L oans and discounts___________ - __________________ l
._
$322,451 13
$214,990 00
O verdrafts ___________________________________________
903 73
___________
B onds, w arrants and other securities_________________
95,62090
40,061 64
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures-----------------------37,000 00 ___________
Safe deposit vaults----------------- 1 ___________________ ___________ ______
_
___________
Other real estate owned_____________________________
4,530 00 ____________
151,893 67
10,147 01
Due from reserve banks_____________________________
Due from o t lu r banks________________________ ____ —
___________
___________
A ctual cash on hand____________________________________
43,64472
18,348 77
E xchanges fo r clearing house_______________________
9,073 84 ___________
Checks and other cash item s_________________________
112 07 ___________
Other resources _________ ________________ ____________
3,054 69 ____ ____
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)______ ____ __________
___________
___________
Notes, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)_______
___________
___________

Liabilities —

T ota ls




$50,000 00
22,000 00
9,612 08

423,344 48
_________
61,704 19
94,204 46

___________
253,206 57
_________ _
___________

617 60
6,616 80
375 28

___________
....................
------------------

$068,374 75

$283,517 42-

423,344
253,206
61,704
94,204

88S

C apital stock paid in----------------- ------------------------- ------Surplus _______________________________________________
Undivided profits, lees expenses and t a x rs paid--------Other existing profits collected, b u t n o t in undivided
profits a c c o u n t --------------------------------------------------- —
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )__________________________
Notes rediscounted __________________________________
Deposits, due to banks________________ ______________
Dividends u n p a i d ________________________ -___________
Individual deposits su b ject t o check------------------------Savings deposits _________ _____________________ - -----Demand certificates o f d eposit_______________________
Tim e certificates o f deposit-------------- ------------------------Certified checks ______________________________________
Cashier’s checks _____________________________________
State, cou n ty and m unicipal deposits________________
P osta l savings deposits---------------------------------------------Other liabiliti s __ :___ ._______________________________

48
57
19
46

517 66
6,616 60
375 28

$951,892 17

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

282

407.

FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANE.
HEMET.
Incorporated' May 15, 1907.

Officer®—I. B. Gibbel, President; H . H . Spaulding:, Vice-President; O. B. C oveil, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier; H . C. W ilson, A ssistant Cashier.
Directors— O. E. Stone, I. B. Gibbel, H . O. Wilson* O. B. CovelT, Daniel Myers, v
A. O. Barnes,
H . H . Spaulding.
S ta te m e n t o f J u n e 30, 1919.

Resources —

Savings

Com bined

$94,900 00

$336,940 00

30,000 00

30,000 00

75,808 04

5,000 00

80,868 04

21,502 66

6,800 00

281392 66

$339,500 70

$130,700 00

$476,200 70

$ 20,000 00

$5,000 00
7,000 00

$25,000 00
17,000 00

Com m ercial

L oa n s and’ discounts___ ________________________ ______
O verdrafts — ________ ________________________________
B onds, warrants and other s:curitiesi_______________
Bank premises', furniture andl fixtures_______________
S afe deposit vaults_______________________ ____________
Other real estate owned_____________________________
Due fro m reserve banks_____________________________
Due from other banks_____ __________ ____________ _____
A ctual cash on hand'________________________ _________
E xchanges fo r clearing house_________________ _____
Cfaeckr- and other cash items________________________
Other resources _____________ , ____ ________ u__ ______
_
Bankers’ acceptanc s (lim ited)_______________ ______
Notes, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)_______

$242,040 00

T o t a l s ______________________________________________

Liabilities—
C apital stock p a id in________________________________
Surplus ----- ------------------ —--------------- --------------------—------Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid_____
Other existing profit® collected1 b u t n o t in undivided
,
profits a c c o u n t --------------------------------------------------------Bills p a ya b le (including certificates o f d eposit repre­
senting m oney b orro w e d )--_____ ___________________
N otes re d is c o u n t e d _____ ,___ _________________________
Deposits, due t o banks—-------------------------------------------Dividend!* u n p a i d ___________________________________ Individual deposits su b ject t o check________________
Savings d e p o s i t s _________ __________ —_____________
Demand certificate® o f d eposit___ .______: --------- — _
Tim e certificates o f deposit_________________ ________
Certified c h e c k s __________ J___________________________
Cashier’s checks —__ .__________ —___________________ ■
State, cou n ty and municipal deposits_______________
P osta l savings deposits_______________ _______________
Other Ha b ilit ie s ______________________________________

Totals




10,000 00

1,000 00

1,000 00

280,473 70
124,700 00

286,473 70
124*700 00

16,777 00

16,777 00

5,250 00

$260 00

$339,500 70

$136,700 00

$476,200 70

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

408.

283

SECURITY SAVINGS BANK OF RIVERSIDE.
RIVERSIDE.
Incorporated1 June IS, 1907.

Officers—S. H. Herrick, President.; O. H. Low , Vice-President; F'. A. Tetley, Vice-President;
W . G- Fraser, Vice-President; W . B. Olancy, A ctive Vice-President; W . T . Dinsmore, Secre­
tary, Treasurer and' Cashier; O'. W . Derby, A ssistant Cashier; D. F . Velzy, A ssistant Cashier;
Harry- Conrad1 A ssistant Cashier; Miss. C. M'. Gregg, Assistant Cashier.
,
Directors)—S * H . Herrick, C. H. Low , W . G. Fraser, W . B. Clancy, J. A. Allen, G. Rouse,
F. A. Tetley, E. H. W ood 1 O. V an Zwaluwenberg, George F rost, D. P. Chapman.
,
S ta te m e n t o f J u n e 30, 1919.

Resources —

Commercial
$58,996 98
306 62
20,000 00

L oa n s and' discounts___ __________________________ ____
Bonds, warrants and, other securities1__________ ____
_
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures'— ......................
Safe deposit vaults_________ , --------------------------------------Other real estate owned'___________________________ u__
Due fro m reserve banks______________________________
Du 5 from other banks----------------- ----------------- ------------A ctua1 cash on hand_____ ____ ________________________
E xchanges fo r clearing house___ ____________________
Checks and other cash item s_________________________
Other resources ___ ______ ___________________________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)---------------------------------Notes, drafts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)------------

Savings

$1,310,268 72
520,941
17,137
13,000
146,456
200,391

65,530 46
10,523 48

06
50
00
66
90

Combined

$1,369,266 70
306 62
540,941 06
17,137 50
13,000 00
146,456 65
325,922 44

80,634 30
30,708 83

97,157
30,708
754
4,472

764 54
4,472 97

78
83
54
97

40,000 00
$160,111 07

$2,429,012 02

$2,585,123 00

$10,000 00
10,000 00

T ota ls __________ ____________________________________

40,000 00

$190,000 00
39,400 00
22,496 49

$200,000 00
49,400 00
22,496 49

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in_________ _______________________
Surplus _______________________ ____ _____________ —-----Undivided profits), less expenses1 and taxes paid-------Other existing profits collected, but n o t in undivided1
profits account _________________________ ___________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m on y borrow ed1 ----------------- .---------------------)
Notes rediscounted ____________________________, _____
Deposits, due t o banks-------- ----- --------------------------------Dividends unpaid ____________________________________
Individual deposits su b ject t o check----------------------- Savings deposits ___ _____ - _____ _____________________
Demand certificates o f deposit------------------------------------Time certificates o f deposit_________________________
Certified c h e c k s _______ _______________________________
Cashier’s checks _____________________________ ________
State cou n ty and municipal deposits___ I __________
P osta l savings deposits_________________ i ---------------Other liabilities ______________________________ ______ T otals




—

—

133,300 21
1,997,184 40

133,300 21
1,997,184 40

97,020 93

97,020 93

80,000 00
2,910 20

2,810 86
80,000 00
2,910 20

—

2,810 86
—
—

—

—

$160,111 07 $2,429,012 02 $2,685,123 09

284

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS,

409.

BANK OF MILL VALLEY.
MILL VALLEY.
Incorporated June 6, 1907.

Officers—P. P. Bostwick, President; C. F. Runyon, First Vice-President; H. S. Bridge, Second
Vice-President; Chas. S. Huntoon, Secretary and Cashier; P. O. Ankers, Assistant Secretary,
Treasurer and Assistant Cashier.
Directors—P. P. Bostwick, Charles H. Huntoon, C. F. Runyon, O. W . Durbrow, P. C. Ankers,
J. J. Dias, Henry S. Bridge.,
S t a t e m e n t of d u n e 30, 1919.

Resources—

Com m ercial

Loans and discounts--------1
_________________________
Overdrafts _______________________________________
Bonds', warrants and other securities--------------------Bank premises, furniture and) fixtures___ ___________
Safe deposit vaults_____ -------------------------------------- Other real estate owned)_______________ j ___________
Due from reserve banks________________ __________ Due from other banks....... ......... -__________________
Actual cash on band___________________________ ____
Exchanges for clearing house___ ___________________
Checks and other cash items______________________
Other resources__________ ______ ______ _____ , _____
_
Bankers’ acceptances (limited’)___ _________________
Notes, drafts, or bills of exchange (limited)_______

-Savings

Combined

17
86
06
00

$188,704 49

17.528 03

23,081 26

40£69 29

10,742 10

3,421 86
8,625 39

8,421 80
19,367 49

3923

46,060 00

45,089 23

------------------------------------------------------------------------

$170,266 03

$369,668 02

$639,913 65

C apital stock paid in—-------------------------------------------------

$20,000 00
2,000 00
3,368 36

$30,000 00
5,000 00
3,297 31

$50,000 00
7,000 00
6,666 67

312,942 89

113,926 84
312,942 89

6,687 92

454 66
12,605 27
24,687 92

11,730 50

11,730 50

$369,068 62

$639,913 05

T o ta ls

$100,247
370
361,327
5,000

"

66,288
25,000
5,500
4,037

62
00
00
00

$288,961
370
102,016
30,000
5,500
4,037

66
85
27
00
00
00

Liabilities —

Undivided profits, less expenses and) taxes paid_____
Other existing profits collected, b u t n o t in undivided
profits a c c o u n t ________________________ ^___________
Bills p a ya b le (including certificates o f d eposit repre­
senting m oney borrow ed1 _____________________ ____
)
Notes rediscounted ______________ ____ ______________
Deposits, due t o banks_______________________________
Dividends u n p a i d ............... - ___________________________
Individual deposits subject t o check------------------------S avings d e p o s i t s ___________ _________________________
Demand certificates o f dep osit_______________________
Tim e c.rtifleate® o f deposit_____ ____ _______________
Certified c h e c k s ________ ____ ________ ________________
Cashier’s c h e c k s _____________________________ _________
State, cou n ty and m unicipal deposits_______________
P osta l savings deposits______________________________
Other liabilities __________ j __________________________

Totals




113,926 84
—

454 56
12,505 27
18,000 Q
D
—

$170,265 03

—

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

411.

285

“ CITIZENS BANK OF WINTERS.”
WINTERS.
Incorporated June 13, 1907.

•Officers—J. E. Sackett, President; J. R. Griffin, Vice-President; W . O. Russell, Secretary;’
W . S. Baker, Treasurer and Cashier; J. W . Sackett, Jr., Assistant Cashier.
Directors—J. E. Sackett, W . S. Baker, W . O. Russell, J. Hum m elsburg, J. R. Griffin, W . H . R o b ­
inson, Aug. Brinck, G. M. Chapman, H. R. Bowm an.
S ta te m e n t o f J u n e 30, 1919.

Resources—

Commercial

Loans and discounts__________________________________
O v e r d r a fts ____________________________________________
Bonds, warrants and other securities________________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures________________
Safe deposit vaults------------------------------------------ -----------Other real estate owned-----------------------------------------------Due from reserve banks_______________________________
Due from other banks_________________________________
A ctual cash on hand............. . ................................... ........ .
Exchanges fo r clearing house_________________________
Checks and other cash items__________________________
Other res ou rces _______________________________________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)________________________
Notes, drafts, or bills o r exchange (lim ited)_________

$228,322
3,007
25,041
37,561
600

53
58
08
58
00

40,422
7
14,701
3,418

47
00
12
21

Savings

$113,388 27
60,586 05

3,472 70
5,869 69
9,764 28

Combined

$341,710
3,007
85,627
37,561
600
3,472
46,292
7
24,465
3,418

80
58
13
58
00
70
16
00
40
21

224 46

520 17

$353,377 28

$193,305 45

$546,682 73

$84,000 00
7,500 00
2,789 70

T o ta l-------- ---------------------------------- ---------- ------------

295 71

$16,000 00
3,003 00
618 96

$100,000 00
10,500 00
3,408 66

146,686 49

92 00
234,772 75
146,686 49

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in------------------------------------------Surplus ________________________ ________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes p a id .
Other existing profits collected, but n ot in und:
profits a c c o u n t ----------------- ------------------.----------Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit
senting m oney b orrow ed )-------------------------------Notes red iscou n ted _____________________________
Deposits, due to banks_________________________ 1
Dividends u n p a id _______________________________
Individual deposits su bject t o c h e c k ................
Savings d e p o s it s ________________________________
Demand certificates o f deposit__________________
Tim e certificates o f deposit________ ____________
Certified c h e c k s _________________________________
Cashier’s checks ______________________ ,_________
State, cou nty and municipal deposits--------------P osta l savings d ep o sits..----------- ----------------------Other lia b ilitie s _________________________________
T otal.




1

92 00
234,772 75

2,753 83
4 00
20,300 00

2,753 83
4 00
27,000 00

47,300 06

$193,305 45

$546,682 73

1,165 00
$353,377 28

1,165 00

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

286

413.

BANK OF SAUSALITO.
SAUSALITO.
Incorporated July 18, 1907.

Officers—J. E. Hall, President; C. M. Gunn, Vice-President; F. A. Fiedler, Vice-President;
E. S. Rayburn, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; F. D. Linsley, Assistant Secretary and
Assistant Cashier.
Directors—F. A. Robbins, E. W. Jackson, E. S. R ayburn, F. A. Fiedler, M. V . Silva, C. M. Gunn,
E. Broderick, J. E. Hall, John Mecchi.
S ta te m e n t o f J u n e 30, 1919.

Resources —
Loans and discounts______________ —
_________
O verdrafts __________________________________
Bonds, warrants and other securities______
B ank premises, furniture and fixtures______
Safe deposit vaults__________________________
Other real estate owned_____________________
Due from reserve b a n k s.____ _______________
Dtie from other banks__________ ____ _______
A ctual cash on hand________________________
Exchanges fo r clearing house_______________
Checks and other cash items________________
Other re s o u rc e s _____________________________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)______________
Notes, d ra fts, or bills o r exchange (limited)
Totals.

Commercial

$63,904
1,064
84,112
14,349
600

82
29
17
70
00

Savings
$91,832 17
139,678
13,609
600
17,612
29,848

79
00
00 .
39
38

Combined
$155,736
1,064
223,790
27,949

99
29
96
70

1,200 00

11,624 99

17,612
36,796
2,877
28,373

28,596 11

175 32
28,596 11

$190,779 81

$333,392 83

$524,172 64

$17,500 00
2,500 00
2,467 15

$32,500 00
4,000 00
1,659 88

$50,000 00
6,500 00
4,127 03

292,661 29

149,246 43
292,661 29

6,947 67
2,877 43
16,748 41
175 32

39
05
43
40

Liabilities —
C apital stock paid in___________________ _____ _______
Surplus _______________________________________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid______
Other existing profits collected, but n ot in undivided
profits a c c o u n t _______________ _____________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )___________________________
Notes rediscounted ___________________________________
Deposits, due to banks________________________________
Dividends u n p a id _______ ______________ __________ ___
Individual deposits subject t o check_________________
Savings deposits _____ __________________ ____________ _
Demand certificates o f deposit_______________________
Tim e certificates o f deposit______________ __________ —
Certified checks . . . . ___________________________________
Cashier’s c h e c k s _________ __________________________ _
State, cou n ty and municipal deposits...... ............ ..........
P osta l savings deposits___ _____ _____________________
Other lia b ilitie s _________________ ____________ _____ 36 59
T otals.




___________
___________
___________
___________
149,246 43
___________
___________
___________
539 88
95 00
18,394 76
_______ ___

$190,779 81

2,571 66

$333,392 83

539
95
18,394
2,571
36

88
00
76
66
59

$524,172 64

REPORT

OP

415.

S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

287

OP B A N K S.

COLFAX BANK.
COLFAX.

Incorporated August 12, 1907.
Officers—D. Falconer, President; D. A. Russell, Vice-President; Arthur C. W eaver, Secretary and
Cashier: D. L. Russell, Treasurer.
Directors—D. A. Russell, D. Falconer, C. W . H anson, Sam W olfo rd , Aiden Anderson.

S tatem ent of June 30, 1919.
Resources —
L oans and discounts___ _____ ________________________
Overdrafts ---------------------—
B onds, warrants and other securities-------------------------Bank premises, furniture and fixtures________________
Safe deposit v a u lts .----------------------------------------------------Other real estate owned_______________________________
Due from reserve banks_______________________________
Due from other banks-------------------- -----------------------------Actual cash on hand_________________________
Exchanges fo r clearing house--------------------------------------Checks and other cash items---------------------------------------Other res ou rces _____________________________________ —
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)—..........— ......................
Notes, d rafts, or bills o f exchange (lim itdd)--------------T ota ls_________ . ---------------------------------------------------------

Commercial
$42,905
11
74,938
2,055

Savings

Combined

86
43
51
00

$55,610 00
_____ ______
23,282 94
___________

$98,515 86
11 43
98,221 45
2,055 00

3,500 00
36,815 28

___________
2,320 09

3,500 00
39,135 37

2,332 99

15,557 78

13,224 79
—
157 87
142 23

^173,750 97

___________
___________

157 87
142 23

$83,546 0 2 '

$257,296 99

$20,000 00
1,750 00
6,376 07

$5,000 00
3,100 00

$25,000 00
4,850 00
6,376 07

85 85

1,330 02

1,415 87

134,931 37
.................
3,322 2 >

___________
74,116 00
............... .....

134,931 37
74,116 00
3,322 20

7,285 48

—.................

7,285 48

$173,750 97

$83,546 02

$257,296 99

Liabilities —
Capital stock paid in-------------- .-------------------------- ---------S u rp lu s----------------------------------- ------------------------------------Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid---------Other existing profits collected, but n ot in undivided
profits account _____________________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )-------- --------------------------------Notes red iscou n ted _________________ _______ _____ ___
Deposits, due to banks-------------------- ■--------------------------Dividends u n p a id _____________________________________
Individual deposits subject to check__________________
Savings d e p o s its ------------------------------------------- --------------Demand certificates o f deposit----------------------------- ------Time certificates o f deposit------------------_---------------------Certified c h e ck s _____________________________ _________
Cashier’s c h e c k s _______ —------------------------------------------State, cou nty and municipal deposits--------------------. . .
P osta l savings deposits------------------------------------------- —
Other lia b ilitie s _____________________________ ____ _____
Totals.

19—48042




288

REPORT

416.

OF

S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

OF

BANKS.

BANK OF FORT BIDWELL.
FORT BIDWELL.
Incorporated A ugust 13, 1907.

Officers—C. H. Fee, President; R. R. Baker, Vice-President; Treasurer and Cashier; M. W . Fulcher,
Secretary; Merrill W . Fulcher, Assistant Cashier.
Directors—C. G. Lowell, E. P. Sessions, R. R. Baker, C. H. Fee, H. B. Stephens, Henry Kdber,
E . J. Fee.
S ta t e m e n t o f J u n e 30, 1919.

Resources

Commercial

L oans and discounts__________ T______________________
O verdrafts _____________________________ ____ _____ r___
B onds, warrants and other securities_________________
Bank premises, furniture end fixtures________________
Safe deposit vaults____________________________________
•Other real estate owned_______________________________
Due from reserve banks_______________________________
-Due from other banks____ ____________________________
A ctual cash on h a n d ,_________________________________
Exchanges fo r clearing house_________________________
Checks and other cash items_________________________
Other res ou rces _______________________________________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)-----------------------------------Notes, d ra fts, or bills o f exchange (lim ited)_________

$184,351 15
898 13
18,000 00
16,750 00
___________
___________
70,235 09
5,697 62
14,628 50
___________
3,261 99
, __________
-----------------___________

T o t a l_____ ____ _________ ______ _____________________

$313,822 48

Liabilities —
C apital stock paid in__________________________________
S u rp lu s-----------------------------------------------------------------------Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid---------Other existing profits collected, but n ot in undivided
profits account _____________________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney borrow ed )-----------------------------------------Notes rediscounted -----------------------------------------------------Deposits, due to banks------------------------------------------------Dividends unpaid --------------------------------------------------------Individual deposits subject to check--------------------------Savings d e p o s its ______________________________________
Demand certificates o f deposit------------------------------------Time certificates o f d eposit-----------------------------------------Certified ch e e k s _______________________________________
Cashier’s checks -------------------------------- -------------------------State, cou nty and municipal deposits------------------------P osta l savings deposits----------------------------------------------Other lia b ilities___________________________ ____ _______
T o t a l _______________________________________ — - ........... —




$30,000 00
7,500 00
523 29

-------------------------------------------------- -----------*204,265 72
___________
2.921 46
53,893 61
2,180 00
2>°38 40
10,509 00
-----------------___________
$313,822 48

Savings

Combined

___________
..................
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
____ .______
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
.L_________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
_______ __________________
---------------------------------___________
________ _

REPORT

OP

S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

OP

289

BANKS.

420. “ NIPPON BANK.”
SACRAMENTO.
Incorporated September 19, 1907.
Officers—S. Yoshida, President; M. M atsum oto. Vice-President; K. Shimoda, Secretary, Treasurer
and Cashier; S. N akatani, Assistant Secretary and Assistant Cashier.
Directors—S. Yoshida, T o y o ji Chiba, S. N akatani, M. M atsum oto, K. Shimoda.

S tatem ent of June 30, 1919.

Resources—

Commercial

Savings

Loans and discounts-------- ------------------------------------------$137,185 58
O v e r d r a ft s _________ _______ ---------------------------------------496 33
Bonds, warrants and other securities_________________
45,600 00
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures____ .___________
2,637 50
Safe deposit vaults---------------------------------------------------- —
___________
Other real estate, owned_______________________________
___________
Due from reserve banks_______________________________
62,887 57
Due from other banks_________________________________
___________
A ctual cash on hand--------------------------------------------------------39,44620
Exchanges fo r clearing house____________________
5,24465
Checks and other cash items_____________________________
1,53815
1,324 92
Other re s o u rc e s ----------- -------------------------------................—
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)_______________________
___________
Notes, drafts, or bills o f exchange (lim ited)_________
___________
T o ta l________________________________________________

$596,360 90

Liabilities —
C ap ita l^ tock paid in_________________________________
Surplus ...............2-------------------------Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid______
Other existing profits collected, but not in undivided
profits account _____________________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )_________________ - ________
Notes rediscounted -------- --------------------------------------------Deposits, due to banks------------------------------------------------Dividends unpaid --------------------------------------------------------Individual deposits subject to check--------------------------Savings d e p o s its ______________________________________
Demand certificates o f deposit________________________
Time certificates o f deposit____________________________
Certified c h e c k s _______________________________________
Cashier’s checks ______________________________________
State, cou nty and municipal deposits________________
P osta l savings deposits-----------------------------------------------Other lia b ilitie s _______________________________________

_________
---------------------------------------------------191,327 37
__________ _
222,575 44
52,422 55
143 02
'30,975 38
___________
-----------------___________

T o t a l ...........— ..................... ................................ .........................

$596,360 90




$77,550 00
9,000 00
12,367 14

Combined

290

REPORT

421.

OP

S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

OP

BAN KS.

BANK QF BURLINGAME.
BURLINGAME.
Incorporated September 27, 1907.

Officers—H. T. Scott, President; H all C. Ross, Vice-President; C. S. Crary, Vice-President,
Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; E. H. Green, A ssistant Secretary.
Directors—A. L. Offield, Henry T. S cott, F. J. C arolan, Hall C. Ross, Eric Lange, H. W . Regan,
David W ignom , C. S. Crary, R. Mervyn Tiddy.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.
Resources —
L oans and discounts----- ------------- . ----------------O verdrafts __________________________________
Banks, warrants and other securities________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures_______
Safe deposit vaults__________________________
Other real estate owned_____________________
Due from reserve banks____ -------------------------Due from other banks____________ - _________
A ctual cash on hand------------------------------------Exchanges fo r clearing house_______________
Checks and other cash items------------------------Other res ou rces _____________________________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)--------------------Notes, d ra fts, or bills o f exchange (limited)
Totals.

Commercial
$124,946
162
111,952
21,800
1,850
2,367
23,908

67
51
65
00
00
55
82

Savings

Combined

$295,523 80
____________
24,306 60
16,990 19
____________
____________
29,352 06

$420,470 47
162 61
136,259 25
37,790 19
1,850 00
2,367 55
53,260 88

18,888 25

21,404 00

-40,292 25

66 02
3,488 13

..............

66 02
3,488 13

________ . . .

$308,430 60

$387,576 65

$696,007 25

25,000 00
3,ooo 00
1,031 08

$25,000 00

$50,000 00

11,000 00

14,000 00

Liabilities —
C apital stock paid in--------------------------------------------------Surplus _______________________________________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid---------Other existing profits collected, but n ot in undivided
profits account ___________________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o l deposit repre­
senting m oney b o rro w e d ).---------------------------------------Notes rediscounted,____________________________________
Deposits, due to banks-------------------------------------------------Dividends u n p a id __ ‘__________________________________
Individual deposits subject to check---------------------------Savings deposits —------------------------------------------------------Demand certificates o f deposit-----------------------------------Time certificates o f d eposit------------------------------. ---------Certified ch e c k s -----------------------------------------------------------Cashier’s checks ------State, cou nty and municipal deposits--------------P osta l savings deposits-----------------------------------------------Other lia b ilitie s ___________________________ ______ ____
T o t a ls .




-----------------___________
----------------1,579 00
246,219 15
----------------884 56
5,0.0 00
289 95
288 91
22,163 44
.2,974 51
___________
$308,430 60

1,031 08

351,576 65

$387,576 65

1,579 00
246,219 15
351,576 65
884 56
5,fiOO 00
289 95
288 91
22,163 44
2,974 51

$696,007 25

REPORT

422.

OP

S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

OP

291

BAN KS.

“ CITIZENS BANK OP ARLINGTON.”
RIVERSIDE.
Incorporated September 27, 1907.

Officers—S. H. Herrick, President; Chas. H. Low , Vice-President; W . B. Clancy, Vice-President:
J.
W . Wells, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier.
Directors—S. H . Herrick, Chas. H. Low , W . B. Clancy, W . G. Eraser, C. V an Zwaluwenburg,
J. A. Allen, C. P. Chapman, E. H. W ood , G. Rouse, George P rost, F. A. Tetley.

S tatem ent of June 30, 1919.

Resources
Loans and discounts___________ ______________________
Overdrafts ____________________________________________
Bonds, warrants and other securities_________________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures________________
Safe deposit v a u lts -----------------------------------------------^___
Other real estate owned-----__________________ : ________
Due from reserve banks_______________ ________ ______
Due from other banks_________________________________
A ctual cash on hand__________________________________
Exchanges fo r clearing house_________________________
Checks and other cash Items__________________________
Other re s o u rc e s ________________________________ ______
Bankers’ acceptrnces (lim ited)_______________________
Notes, drafts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)_________
T o ta l_______________________

Commercial

$104,445 00
529 21
84,390 00
3,700 00
300 00
___________

54,153 33
___________

15,838 59
___________

25 00
___________
___________
___________

Savings
........ ............
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
____ ______
___________
___________
___________
-------- -------___________
___________
______ ____

$263,381 13

Liabilities—
Capital stock paid in ..'._______________________________
S u rp lu s________________________________________________
Undivided profits,less expenses and taxe-: paid----------Other existing profits collected, but n o t in undivided
profits account _____________________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )-----------------------------------------Notes rediscountd ________________ . -----------------------------

$25,000 00
5,850 00
9,318 28

----------------------------------

---------

D e p o s it s , d u e t o b a n k s _______________________ ________________

______________

___

Dividends unpaid _____________________________________
Individual deposits subject t o check_________________
Savings d e p o s it s -----------------------Demand certificates o f deposit------------------------------------Time certificates o f deposit___________________________
Certified ch e c k s _______________________________________
Cashier’s checks ______________________________________
State, cou n ty and municipal deposits________________
P osta l savings deposits_______________________________
Other lia b ilitie s _____ _________________________________

___________
181,805 79

___
___
—
----___
—
___
—
—

T o t a l.




----------------25,766 81
3,085 25
12,500 00
55 00
$263,381 13

Combined
...............—
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
____ ____ —
___ ________
___________
___________
-----------------_________
___________
___________

292

REPORT

423.

OF

S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

OF

BAN KS.

“ UNIVERSITY AVENUE BANK.”
SAN DIEGO.
Incorporated September 27, 1907.

Officers—Chas. T. Chandler, President; George J. Bach, Vice-President; W . B. Miller, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier: C. G. Mitchell, Assistant Cashier.
Directors—Chas. T. Chandler, George -J. Bach, John R. Mitchell, F. W. T a ylor, A. Nelson.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.
Resources —
Loans and discounts________________________
O verdrafts ______________________.__________
Bonds, warrants and other securities_______
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures^_____
Sa.fe deposit vaults________________ __________
Other real estate owned_____________________
Due from reserve banks__________________ ■...
Due from other banks_______________________
A ctual pash on hand________________________
Exchange fo r clearing house________________
Checks and other cash items______ . _________
Other re s o u rc e s _____________________________
Bankers’ 'acceptances (lim ited)_____________
Notes, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (limited)
T o t a ls .!____________________________________

Commercial
$155,107 30
78 81
37,066 25
2,026 26

Savings
$237,341 50

74
75
27
53

8,000 00
__ ___ L.

Combined
$392,448 80
78 81
144,803 75
21,626 26
1,020 00
9,250 00
43,953 09
5,625 75
29,162 27
4,211 53

5,139 00

150 00

5,280 00

$264,725 91

$392,734 35

$657,460 26

$25,000 00
6,250 00

$50,090 00
7,750 00
.3,006 87

$75,000 00
14,000 00
3,006 87

172,973 12
________
6,880 53
52,352 67
29 90
1,239 69
________

__________
294,477 48
_______. . . .

$264,725 91

$392,734 35

34,317
5,625
21,162
4,211

107,737
19,600
1,020
9,250
9,635

50
00
00
00
35

Liabilities-—
C apital stock paid in__________________________________
Surplus _______________________________________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and'taxes p a id .:------O t h e r e x i s t i n g p r o f i t s c o ll e c t e d , b u t n o t in u n d iv i d e d

profits account _____________________________________
Bills payable (including certificates c f deposit repre­
senting m oney borrowed^-----------------------------------------N otes rediscounted ___________________________________
Deposits, due to banks________________________________
Dividends u n p a id _________________________________ ___
Individual deposits subject to check---------------------------Saving^ d e p o s its ____________________ __________________
Demand certificates o f deposit------------------------------------Time certificates o f deposit---------------------------------------. .
Certified c h e c k s _______________________________________
Cashier’s checks ______________________________________
State, cou n ty and municipal deposits________________
P osta l savings d e p o s it s ...-___________________________
Other liabilities _______________________________________
Totals.




37,500 00

172 973 12
294,477 48
6,880 53
52,352 67 '
29 90
1,239 69
37,500 00

$657,460 26

REPORT

426.

OF

S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

OF B A N K S.

293

CUYAMACA STATE BANK.
EL CAJON.
Incorporated Novem ber 5, 190T.

Officers—George Sears, President; C. O. Nichols, Vice-President; H. J. H all, Secretary, Treasurer
and Cashier; H . J. Humphreys, A ssistant Cashier.
Directors—Aubrey Sears, C. O. M ehols, H . J. Hall, Jas. Ballantyne, Chas. O. Graves, George
Sears, W illiam S t 1 .
1

S tatem ent of June 30, 1919.
Re80UVC€8

-

Loans and' discounts___ ___________ ____ ______________

Commercial
$138,148 62

Overdrafts ____________ _______________ _____________
B onds w arrants and other securities----- --------------- Bank premises, furniture an<J fixtures_______________
S afe d eposit vaults.-,_______________ _______________ _
Other real estate owned!_________ ____________________
Due from reserve banks_____________ ____ __________
Due from o t te r banks_______________ _______________
A ctual cash o n hand--------------------------------------------- ------E xchanges fo r clearing house_______ _______ ________
Checks and other cash items_________________________ _
Other resources
___________________________ ________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)---------------------------------Notes, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)_______

42 58
37,799 50
7,030 00
320 00
143 00
71,707 27
___________
14,701 35
___________
29 38
___________
-----------------___________

T o ta l _________ _______ __________ j _______________ $269,981 70

Liabilities—
C apital stock paidl in____ , __________________ _______
Surplus ___________ _______________ ________________ _
Undivided profits, less: expenses and' tax rs paid_____
Other existing profits collected, b u t n o t in undivided
profits a c c o u n t ________________________ .___________
Bills p ayable (including certificates' o f d eposit repre­
senting m oney borrow ed)_________________ _____ —
Notes red iscou n ted _________ __________ 1______________
Deposits, due t o banks___________________ ___________
Dividend's u n p a i d _________________ ___ ____________ ___
Individual deposits su b ject t o ch ck ________________
Savings deposits —^ ___________ ____________________
Demand1 certificates o f deposit-^--------------------------------Tim e certificates o f d eposit__________________________
Certified checks _____ __________________________ ______ _
Cashier’s checks _____________________ ____________ ____
State, cou n ty and municipal deposits_________ ______
P osta l savings deposits,_______________________ _______
Other liabilities __________ _________ _____ ___________
T o t a l ------ ----------------------------------------- --------------------------- -




$25,000 00
6,000 00
3,678 68

148,534 72
___ _______
----- 1______
71,569 90
1,457 06
_______ ____
12,500 00
__________ J
1,241 34
$260,981 70

294

R E P O R T -O F

427.

S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

OF

BAN KS.

FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK OF LONG BEACH.
LONG BEACH.
Incorp orated N ovem ber 21, 1907.

Officers—C'. J. Walker, President,; T 1 W . Williams!, Vice-President; W . H. Dunn, Secretary;
.
O. E. Hunting-ton, A ssistant Secretary, Treasurer and1 Cashier; F. A. Ziegler,. A ssistant
Oashi r; A . Rl. M ontgom ery, A ssistant Cashier; Veda I. W hite, Assistant Cashier.
Directors—0 . J. W alker, T. W . W illiams, S. Townsend, W . H . Dunn, B. W . Hahn.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919..
Resources —
Loans and discounts_____ ._____________ - ____ ____
Overdrafts __________ —,_____ ____ _____________ ____
' Bonds, warrants and other securities______________
Bank premises, furniture and1fixtures:...... ............ ......
Safe deposit vaults________ ________:________________
Other real estate owned____________________________
Due from reserve banks____________________________
Due from other banks___ —, _______________________
_
Actual cash on hand—____ ____ ______________ _______
,
Exchanges fo r clearing house______________________
Checks and other cash itemsi________________ ;___ , _
_
Other resources ____________ - ______ ________________
Banker's’’ acceptances (limited)____________ ________
Notes1 drafts, or bills o f exchange (limited)_______
,
T ota ls

_

Commercial
$071,628 00
256 93
557,588 58
175,751 13
4,388 34

Savings
$763,772 03

678,165 79

100,336 83

778,502 02

140,303 89
38,648 24
1,851 10
108 17

45,873 39
‘50,239 30

186,177 28
94,887 54
1,851 10
106 17

$2,068,600 22

$1,496,981 55

$4,004,671 77

529,760 00

Combined
$1,735,400 08
256 93
1,087,348 58
175,751 13
4,388 34

Liabilities—
_
C apital stock paid in_________ , __ ____________________
Surplus' _______________ ________________________ ________
Undivided’ profits, lessi expenses! and taxes paid_____
Other existing profits’ coljected, b u t n o t in undivided1
profits account ____________________________________
Bills p a ya b le (including certificates', o f d eposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )_____ i ______________ ____
_
N ot s rediscounted ___________________________________
Deposits’, due t o banksL________ ______________________
Dividends unpaid ________________ ___________________
Individual deposits subject, t o check___________ ______
Savings d e p o s i t s _____ _____________________ __________
Demand certificates o f deposit______ - ________________
Tim e certificates o f d eposit___________ _r____________
Certified cheeks' _________________________ —___________
Cashier’ s’ checks _________ _________ ________ _________
State, cou n ty and m unicipal deposits_______________
P osta l savings deposits’______________________________
Other liabilities _______ '_______ _____________ — -------T o t a ls




$125,000 00
103,375 00
11,172 89

$ 100,000

40,375 00
9,600 52

$225,000 00
143,750 00
20,863 41

1,022,848 52

9,132 00
2,273,067 13
1,022,848 52

00

9,132 00
2,273,057 13

693 17
11,260 03
35,000 00

42,500 00

280,567 51
608 17
11,260 03
77,500 00

$2,568,090 23

$1,490,981 55

$4,064,671 77

280,567 51

REPORT

429.

OF

S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

OF

295

BAN KS.

‘ ‘ FIRST SAVINGS BANK OF GLENDORA. ’ ’
GLENDORA.
Incorporated1 January 13, 1908.

Officers—W . L. W iley, President; E. E. Gard, Vice-President; O. W . Chamberlain, Secretary,
Treasurer and! 0 ash i:r.
Directors^-W . L. W iley, Charles Ragan, J. A. Jones, C. W . Chamberlain, C. W . Richardson.
E. E Gard, A. M. Bernhardt.

S tatem ent of June 30, 1919.

Resources—
Loans and discounts______________________________
Overdrafts' —------------: _____________________________
Bonds, warrants and other securities!______________
Bank premises', furniture .and fixtures______________
Safe dieposit vaults___________________ _____________
Other real estate owned_____________ ____ _________
Due frdm reserve banks_______________________ _____
Due from other banks!____________________________
Actual cash on hand______________________________
Exchanges for clearing house___ __________________
Checks and other cash items--------------------- ------------Other resources ___________________________________
Bankers'’ acceptances (limited)__________________ —
Notes1 drafts, or bills1 o f exchange (limited!)_______
,
T otal _________________ _____ ____ ___________________

Commercial

Savings

Combined

__________
$27,120 00
___ _______
__________
__________
02,448 00
__________
20,003 00
__________
____ ______
__________
1,683 19
___________
2,271 98
__________
3,498 07
__________
3,706 98
__________
__________
-------------- ------------------- —
__________
______ ____
___ ______ _ . . . . _______
__________
__________

__________
__________
---------___ _______
__________
__________
__________
________
_______1—
__________

_____ _____

$120,723 17

-

$25,000 00
5,000 00
779 68

_

______ ____
—________
__________

Liabilities —
C ap ita l stock paid in -_______________________________
___________
Surplus _______________ ________________________________
___________
Undivided! profits, less exxpenses and1 taxes paid___
___________
Other existing profits collected', b u t n o t in undivided
profits account _______ 1________ ,_______ ____ ______
Bills p ayable (including certificates o f d eposit repre­
senting m on y b orrow ed )__________________________
N otes rediscounted. __________________________________
Deposits, due t o banks_______________________________
Dividends1 unpaid ----- ----------------------------------- ------ ,-----------------------___________
Individual deposits subject t o check___________ ______
Savings deposits
-------------- ------------ ---------------------- ________________
Demand certificates o f deposit__________ _____________
___________
Tim e certificates o f deposit------------------------------*_____
___________
Certified checks: _______ ____ : _______________________ _
___________
Cashier’s c h e c k s _______________ ______ ________________
___________
Stat?, county and municipal1 deposits_______________
___________
P ostal savings deposits1 _____________________________
_
___________
Other lia b ilit ie s _____ ___________________ ____ ________
___________
T ota l

----------------------, ___________________________________
_




____________

1,000 00
___________
68,682 14
___________
8,018 97
___________
___________
12,000 00
___________
212 38
$120,723 17

296

REPORT

430.

OF

S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

OF

BAN KS.

THE INDUSTRIAL BANK OP FRESNO.
FRESNO.
Incorporated F ebruary 13, 1908.

Officers—B. Okonogi, President; - H. K itaham a, Vice-President; J. R. Fukushim a, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier; T . Yam asaki, A ssistant Cashier.
Directors—H . Sumida, S. N akasuji, J. R. Fukushim a, B. O konogi, M1 M atsu m oto, H . Kitaham a,
.
T.
Okano.

S tatem e n t of JuneSO, 1919.

Resources---L oa n s and! d iscounts-—- _____________________________
O verdrafts ___________ ________ i ______________________
Bonds, warrants and other securiti si_______________
B an k premises!, furniture and' fixtures-------------- ---------S afe deposit vaults________________________________—
Other real estate owned___________ ____________ _____
Due from reserve banks----------------------------------------- —
Due from other banks___________________ _____________
A ctual cash o n hand_________ ____________ -_______ —
E xchanges fo r clearing house_______________________
Checks and other cash item®_________________________
Other r e s o u r c e s _______ _______ . ________________ _____
_
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)______________________
Notes, drafts', o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)_______
T o ta l _____________ __________________________________

Commer-ciaf
$234,068 15
____ _______
34,100 00
22,306 37
425 00
___________
54,677 23
___________
22,468 11
___________
4,013 84
26,317 10
___________
___________
$398,409 80

Liabilities—
C apital stock p a id in---------- ------- --------------- ------------------Surplus _________________ ______________ ____ ___________ _
Undivided' profits; less expenses and taxes paid_____
Other existing profits collected', b u t n o t in undivided'
p rofits a c c o u n t _______ _ j __________________________
Bills p ayable (including certificate® o f d ep osit repre­
senting m oney b o rro w e d )--------------------------------------Notes rediscounted ___________________________ _____ Deposits, dUe t o banks_______________________________ i
Dividend® unpaid1 _________ ___________________________
Individual d posits su bject t o check------------------------Savings d e p o s it s _________________ ____________________
Demand certificates o f d eposit_______________________
Tim e certificates o f deposit__________________________
Certified c h e c k s ___ ________ __________ ________________
Cashier’s cheeks _______________ ______ _—_____________
State, county and municipal deposits_______________
P osta l savings deposits_________________ ___________ Other lia b ilit ie s ___ , ____________ _____________________
_
T ota l




$28,300 00
7,500 00
4,325 22
________ —
-----------------___________
___________
718 29
253,861 03
___________
11,911 81
91,782 32
_______ ___
6 50
__________
___________
SO 00
$398,405 89

Savings

Combined

REPORT

432, 432B AND 432C.

OP

S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

OF

297

BANKS.

FIRST SAVINGS BANK OF OAKLAND.
OAKLAND.
Incorporated March 12, 1908.

Officers—P. E. Bowles, President; O. 1). J acoby, Vice-President; P . A. Dinsmore, Vice-President;
J. P. Lange, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; E. E. Crichton, A ssistant Secretary;
P. D. Moyer, Assistant Cashier; J. S. Burpee, Jr., Assistant Cashier; J. S. Mills, Assistant
Cashier; H . A. McLeod, Assistant Cashier.
Directors—P. A. Dinsmore, H. C. Morris, Frank A. Leach, Jr., W . H. T aylor, John G. M attos, Jr.,
0 . D. J acoby , P. E. Bowles, H arm on Bell, Ben F1 W oolner.
.

S tatem ent of June 30, 1919.
Resources —

Commercial

Loans and discounts________________________
Overdrafts __________________________________
Bonds, warrants and other securities______
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures______
Safe deposit vaults__________________________
Other real estate owned_____________________
Due from reserve banks_____________________
Due from other banks_______________________
A ctual cash on hand________________________
Exchanges fo r clearing house_________ _____
Checks and other cash items_______________
Other res ou rces _____________________________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)_____________
Notes, d rafts, o r bills o f exchange (limited)

Totals____________________________________________

Savings

Combined

$253,373 18

$4,757,318 98

$5,010,692 16

185,646 98
50,000 00

1,298,104 99
512,000 00

1,483,751 97
562,o :o 00

179,797 25

155,139 28
335,376 18

155,139 28
515,173 43

43,294 25

181,916 57

225,210 82

8,298 66

10,019 65

18,318 31

324,893 30

324,893 30

$720,410 32

$7,574,768 95

$8,295,179 27

$45,000 00
7,000 00
2,752 50

$455,000 00

$500,000 00
$75,OOJ 00
15,067 56

43,480 16

7,354 92

50,835 08

6,516,115 77

531,952 58
6,516,115 77

Liabilities —
Capital stock paid in______________________________
Surplus____________________________________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid______
Other existing profits collected, but not in undivided
profits account __________________________________
'Bills payable (including certificates o : deposit repre­
senting money borrowed)_________________________
Notes rediscounted ________________________________
Deposits, due to banks_____________________________
Dividends un paid__________________________________
Individual deposits subject to check________________
Savings deposits___________________________________
Demand certificates o f deposit______________________
Time certificates o f deposit_________________________
Certified checks____________________________________
Cashier’s checks ___________________________________
State, county and municipal deposits_______________
Postal savings deposits____________________________
Other liabilities_____________ ____ __________________
Totals_______________________________________ ____
N o t e .— The

$68,000 00

12,315 06

531,952 58

105,021 59
225 08
91,000 00

$720,410 32

72
249,034
30,707
131,147

30
00
60
71

$7,574,768 95

105,021
225
90,072
249,034
30,707
131,147

$8,295,179 27

above statement includes the business o f branch offices at Oakland and Berkeley.




59
08
30
00
60
71

298

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

434.

THE SPALDING COMPANY.
LOS ANGELES.
Incorporated March 9, 1908).

Officers—R ufus P. Spalding, President; E. D. Lym an, Vice-President and Treasurer;
Secretary.
Directors—Rufus P. Spalding, Eugene Overton, W . T. Parks.

W . T. Parks,

S ta te m e n t o f J u n e 30, 1919.
R esou rces—

Commercial

L oa n s and discounts-------------------------—

------------------

B onds, w arrants and other securities---- -----------------Bank premises, furniture and fixtures—
—--------------S afe d eposit vaults______________________ ______ _____
Other real estate owned-------------------------- — ............. Due from reserve banks_________________ ___________
Due from other b a n k s..1-------------------- -----------------------A ctual cash on hand------------------------------- -----------------Exchanges fo r clearing house------------------ -----------------Checks and oth r cash it:m s__________ .. ____________
Other r e s o u rc e s _____ l —------------------------- -----------------T ota ls

........... ..........................— - ____

___________

Savings
------------------

Court trusts Private trusts

Combined

---------------

---------------

------------------

------------------ $125,550 06
-------- '-------- --------------__________ ______ _____
..........................................
___________ ___ _____
------------------ -------------------------------- ------------------------------- --------------___________ _________
------------------ ----------—

$163,511 73
927 49
____ ____
- ------------_________
552 15
----------------------------_________
__________

$290,061 79
927 49
___ ______ -----------------^---------------552 15
----------------------------------_____ — . . .
___________

$126,550 06 $164,991 37

$291,541 43

___________

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in_____ _____________
S u r p lu s ____ ______________________________
Undivided profits, less expenses ana
taxes p a i d -------------------------------------------.
Other existing profits collected1 b u t n ot
,
in undivided profits account__________
Bills payable (including certificates o f
d ep osit representing m oney borrow ed)
N otes rediscounted _____________________
Deposits due to banks__________________
Dividends u n p a i d _______________________
Individual deposits su bject t o cheek___
Savings d e p o s it s ____ __________ ________
Demand certificates o f d eposit______ —
Tim e certificates o f d 'p o s it ____________ -.
Certified c h e e k s _________________________
Cashier’s checks ___________ ____________
State, cou nty and municipal d e p o s its ...
Ptostal savings deposits_________________
Other lia b ilitie s ______________________ : . . .
Deposits received fro m executors, ad­
m inistrators, guardians, receivers, etc.
T ota ls ------------------------------------------------

$125,000 00

$125,000 00

$250,00000

1,550 06

32,779 97

34,33003

..................................7,211 40

7,21140

___________ ___ _______
__________ ______ _______
________ ________________
___________ ___________
___________

___________

------------------

------------------ $126,550 06 $164,991 37

$291,541 43

P riv ate trusts, n o t specially designated as cou rt trusts, are n o t under supervision o f State Banking
Departm ent.




299

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS.

435.

BANK OF BEAUMONT.
BEAUMONT.
Incorporated M ay 13, 1908.

Officers—E, D. Reynolds, President; K. R. S m oot, Vice-President; E. J. Gillis, Secretary, Treasurer
and Cashier.
Directors—E. D. Reynolds, P. C. Martin, K. R. S m oot, R. P. Stewart, E. J. Gillis.
S ta te m e n t o f J u n e 30, 1919.

Resources—

Commercial

Savings

Loans and discounts---------------------------$125,489 36
45
O v e r d r a ft s __________________ ____ _________ ________ 129
Bonds, warrants and oflier securities........... ...............
33,500 00
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures-------------3,800 00
Safe deposit v a u lts-—. ------------------------------------------------200 00
Other real estate owned----------------------------------------------------7,54532
Due from reserve banks__________________________________
48,61675
Due from other banks_________________________________
___________
A ctual cash on hand------------------------------------------------14,56265
----------------Exchanges fo r clearing house--------------------------------------Checks and other cash items---------------------------------------172 23
Other resou rces_________________ ____ —------- --------------6,710 00
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)--------------------------------------------------Notes, drafts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)------------------------------T o ta l______________________ _________ ___ ______ _____

$240,725 76

Liabilities —
C apital stock paid in— ............... ............ ...........................
$25,000 00
S u rp lu s________________ - ____________________ _________
20,000 00
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid---------2,026 69
Other existing profits collected, but not in undivided
profits account --------------------------------------------------------Bills payable (including certificates o i deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )----------------------------------------------------------Notes r e d is co u n te d ----- ---------------------------------------------------------------------Deposits, due to banks________________________________
___________
Dividends u n p a id ------------------------------------------------------------------------Individual deposits subject to check--------------------------118,586 95
Savings d e p o s its ______________________________________
___________
Demand certificates o f deposit------------------------------------14 00
Time certificates o f deposit___________________________
61,028 10
Certified ch e c k s _______________________________________
117 47
Cashier’ s checks ______________________________________
1,418 98
State, cou nty and municipal deposits--------------------------12,500 00
----------------P ostal savings deposits-----------------------------------------------Other lia b ilitie s ----------: -----------------------------------------------33 57
T o t a l __________________ ______ ___________________________




$240,725 76

Combined

300

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436.

BUTTE VALLEY STATE BANK.
DORRIS.
Incorporated June 26, 1908.

Officers—Merrill Evans, President; Chas. Bernath, Vice-President; E. C. Stitser,
Treasurer and Cashier; Millie Stitser, A ssistant Cashier.
Directors—Merrill Evans, F. C. Stitser, Charles Bernath, J. T. Tuffs, John H ayw orth.

Secretary,

S ta te m e n t o f J u n e 30, 1919.

Resources—

Commercial

Loans and discounts_____________________________________
$88,62220
O v e r d r a ft s ____________________________________________
___________
B onds, warrants and other securities------------------------20,650 Oft
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures________________
2,900 00
Safe deposit vaults------------------------------------.____________
1,000 00
Other real estate owned___________________________________
6,46200
Due from reserve banks_______________________
Due from other banks-------------------------------------------------------25,80874
A ctual cash on hand_____________________________________
19,18127
Exchanges for clearing house_________________________
___________
Checks and oth er cash items__________________________
136 C6
Other resou rces_______________ 1 .------- ------------------------842 00
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)----------------------------------------------------Notes, d rafts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)_________
___________
T o ta l_________________________________________________

$210,704 13

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in__________________________________
S u rp lu s________________________________________________

$25',000 00
8.000 00

Undivided profits,less expenses and taxes paid----------

6,688 68

Other existing profits collected, but n ot in undivided
profits account _____________________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )---------------------------------------7N otes red iscou n ted-------------- *------,--------------------------------Deposits, due t o banks------------------------------------------------Dividends unpaid _J-------- --------------------------------------------Individual deposits subject to check--------------------------Savings d e p o s its ______________________________________
Demand certificates o f deposit------------------------------------Time certificates o f deposit-----------------------------------------Certified c h e ck s -------- --------------------------------------------------Cashier’s checks
-------------------------------------------------------State, county and municipal deposits------------------------P osta l savings deposits---------------------------- ------------------Other lia b ilities_______________________________________
T o t a l.




1,462 10
---------------------------------- 1
----------------------------------136,080 35
___ ,---------------------------24,721 07
-----------------— ............—
8,751 93
-----------------___________
$210,704 13

Savings

45,10186

Combined

REPORT

OP

S U P E R IN T E N D E N T

OF

301

BANKS.

441, 441A, 441C AND 441D. HELLMAN COMMERCIAL TRUST AND
SAVINGS BANK, LOS ANGELES.
Incorporated September 1, 1908.
Officers—M arco H . Heilman, President; Irving H. Heilman, Vice-President; 0 . R% Bell, Secretary and
Treasurer; W . E. Gill, Assistant Secretary; Emanuel Cohen, Cashier; E. R. Millar, A ssistant
Cashier; H. B. Kelley, Assistant Cashier; H enry Schraflenbsrger, Assistant Cashier; Benjam in E.
P age, Trust Officer; C. H. Randall, Assistant Trust Officer; A. Linne V orm , A uditor.
Directors—L. C. Brand, Louis M. Cole, W . L. Valentine, M arco H. Heilman, Irving H. Heilman,
B enj. E. Page, M. A. Hamburger, Henderson H ayw ard, H. C. F lym an, James W . Heilman, T . J.
Fleming, W . H. Stim son, H arry Harris, W . J. Doran, E. W . S arg.an t, J. Schultz, John T . C ooper,
C. G. Lynch, I. L. H ibbard, C. A. F'ellows.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.

Resources—

Commercial

L oans and discounts___________ ____ ___
Overdrafts -------------------------------- ---------. . .
Bonds, warrants and other securities—
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures—
Safe deposit vaults______________________
Other real estate owned_________________
Due irom reserve banks_________________
Due from other banks_________ ,________
A ctual cash on hand____________________
Exchanges fo r clearing house___________
Checks and oth r cash items___________
Other resources _________________________
Totals

Savings

$3,351,278 67
21,379 45
859,344 C5
137,373 70
16,C O 00
O
195,023 22
871,421 31
72,837 02
1,219,230 80
250,212 97
99,232 56
38,807 74

$5,203,550 43
___________
2,868,242 63
___________
___________
362,142 33
815,954 90
___________
391,759 92
289,338 98
266,756' 51
___________

Court trusts Private trusts

_________
_________
$102,501 43
_________
_________
_________
1,998 57
_________
500 00
_________
_________
_________

Combined

_________ $8,554,829 10
_________
21,379 45
$100,000 00 3,910,088-11
________ 137,373 70
_________
16,000 00
_________
567,165 55
__________
1,689,374 84
___ ______
' 72,837 02
_________
1,611,490 72
_________
539,551 95
___ : ____
355,9$8 06
_______
38,807 74

$7,112,141 48 $10,197,744 76 $105,000 00 $100,000 00 $17,514,886 24

Liabilities—
Capital stock paid in___________________
Surplus ____ ______________________________
Undivided profits, less expenses and
taxes paid
Other existing profits, collected, but n ot
in undivided profits account__________
Bills payable, including certificates o f
deposit representing m oney borrow ed .
Notes rediscounted'
Deposits due to> banks__________________
Dividends unpaid _______________________
Individual deposits subject to. check___
Savings deposits
Demand certificates o f deposit
Tin e certificates o f d posit
Certified checks ___________
Cashier’s checks __________
State, county and municipal deposits—
P'ostal savings deposits_________________
Other liabilities _________________________
Deposits received from executors, ad­
m inistrators, guardians, receivers, etc.
T o t a l s ------------------------------------------------

Trust Resources—

$311,320 00
128,963 19

5,000 00

$890,800 00
340,271 19
5,000 00
38 44

380',334 39
24 00
5,073,462 40
9,245,030 29
9,972 66
361,882 12
8,375 65
278,904 03 ___________ _________

_________

33,753 64 ___________ _________
691,993 07
44 35 _________

_________
_________

196',c o t 00 ___________ _________ _________

380,334 39
24 00
5,073,462 40
9,245,030 29
9,972 66
361,882 12
8,375 66
278,904 03
195,000 00
33,753 64
692,037 42

$7,112,141 48 $10,197,744 76 $105,000 00 $100,000 00 $17,514,886 24

court trusts

Personal
assets
received
from
ex; eutors,
adm inistrators,
as­
signees, receivers o n trustees____ __________
T ru st' investments:
(a) Personal property __________
$71,274 35
(b) Real p r o p e r t y ----------------------158,375 00
Due from hanks___________________ _
51,211 75
Cash on hand........................................

T ota l

$379,480 00 $100,000 00 $100,000 00
211,308 00 _________ _________

Trust Liabilities—

court trusts
Personal
assets
received
from
e x c u to r s ,
adm inistrators,
as­
signees, receivers o r trustees____ ___________
Trusts held in ca p a city o f execu­
tor, adm inistrator, guardian, as­
$280,861 10
signee, receiver o r trustee___ ____
P rivate trusts, specially designated
and construed as cou rt trusts,
under supervision _______________ ___________
T o ta l __________________________

$280,861 10

P rivate trusts, n o t specially designated as cou rt trusts, are n o t under Supervision o f State B anking
Department.
N o t e .— T he above statem ent includes the business o f branch offices a t L o s Angeles.




302

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448.

HOME SAVINGS BANE OF ESCONDIDO.
ESCONDIDO.
Incorp orated April 21, 1909.

Officers—L. R. Tilghm an, President; H. F'. B loom , Vice-President: H. M. Hall. Secretary and
Assistant Cashier; L. R. Tilghm an, Treasurer and Cashier.
Directors—L. Rl Tilghm an, H . M. Hall, Nelson Olds, H . F. B loom , L. B. H ooper.
S ta te m e n t o f J u n e 30, 1919.

Resources —

Commercial

Loans and discounts___________ ,___ ,_________________
___________
O verdrafts ___________________________________________
___________
B onds, warrants and oth er securities_____________ —
-------- --------B ank premises, furniture and fixtures_______________
- ...................
Safe deposit v a u lts !__ ______________ i ________________
_
________ —
Other real estate owned___________ ____— ........ ........ ............................
Due fro m reserve banks______ _______ _______________
_____
Due from other banks______________________________ _________ _____
A ctual cash on hand___ ______ ________________________
___________
E xchanges fo r clearing house_______________________
_____ ______
Checks and other cash item s_____ '________ J_________
___________
Other resources _____________________________________
___________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)—____________________
___________
Notes, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)_______
___________
T o ta l ___________________ ______ r—______ ___________

Savings

Combined

$128,579 70

___________

32,100 00
300 00

______ _____
___________

400 00
18,037 IS

_____ ____ ;
__ : _______

4,763 57

$184,189 45

___________

.$25,000 09
6,600 00
4,948 39

____________
........ .......... .
....................

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid in________________ ____ ______ ____
Surplus _____ ______________________ _______ ____________
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid_____
Other existing profits collected, b u t n o t in undivided
profits a c c o u n t _____________ _______________________
Bills p ayable (including certificates o f d eposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )___ _______________________
Notes red iscou n te d _____________ ;_____________________
Deposits, due t o banks_____ _____________________ ____
Dividends u n p a i d _____________ _______________________
Individual deposits subject t o check_____________
Savings d e p o s it s _____________________ _____ __________
Demand certificates o f d p osit_______________________
Tim e certificates o f d eposit_____________________ _____
Certified c h e c k s ___ <
___________________________ _______
Cashier’ s c h e c k s -------------- ----------------------------- ------- ------State, cou n ty and municipal deposits.-------------------- uP osta l savings deposits_________ _________________
Other liabilities —___ _______ _____________ _______ —
T ota l




64 00

_

132,136 75

_

5,125 00

..

10,306 31

$184,180 45

303

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449.

FAIROAKS BANK.
FAIROAKS.

Incorp orated April 27, 1909.
Officers—A. T . H od ge, P resid .n t; A . V an Maren, Vice-President; O. H . Slocum , Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier; J. A . Bannister, A ssistant Oashigr.
Directors—A . T. Hod'ge, W . W . Hinsey, C. H . Slocum, O. D. Levering, A . V an Maren, Alden
Anderson, H. G. Studarus.

S tatem ent of June 30, 1919.
Resources—

Commercial

Savings

Combined

Loans and discounts____________ ____ _______ ________
$44,343 02
O verdrafts _ *
_ __________________ ______________ ______ —
275 58
Bonds, warrants and other securities___________________
©4,68500
B ank premises, furniture- and fixture®__________________
8,72211
Safa deposit vaults____ ___________ ___________________
351 85
Other real estate owned'_________ ____________________
___________
Due from reserve banks__________________________ ,—
21,086 81
Due from other banks_______________________________
___________
A ctual cash o n band_____________________________________
4,34053
Exchanges fo r clearing house________ ______________
___________
Checks and other cash items_________________________
___________
Other resources _________ ____________________________
___________
Bankers’ acceptances (limited')--------------------------------------------------Notes, d ra fts; o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)_______
___________
T o ta l ------------------------------------------------------------------------

$143,754 90

Liabilities—
C apital stock paid' in--------------------- ---------------------------Surplus ----- ---------------------------------------------------------- ----------Undivided1profits, less expenses and taxes paid--------Other existing profits collected', b u t n o t in undivided
profits a c c o u n t ____________________________________
Bills p ayable (including certificates o f d eposit repre­
senting m oney borrow ed)____________ .-------------- Notes rediscounted _________________________________Deposits, due t o banks___ ____________________________
Dividends u n p a i d ----- --------- --------- --------------------------------Individual deposit® subject t o check--------------------------Savings deposits ---------------------------- ------- --------------------Demand c rtifl cates o f deposit_______________________
Tim e certificates o f deposit___ _______ _______ ______
Certified checks ________ «____________________________
Oashier’a c h e e k s _____________________________________
State, cou nty and m unicipal deposit®___________ ____ _
P osta l savings deposits_____________________ _________
O t h e r 'lia b ilitie s ______________________________________
T o ta l _________ - ____ _____^ _______________ -_______

20—48942




$25,000 00
800 00
07£>- 53
___________
-----------------___________
___________
-----------------76,695 56
- ............
___________
20,399 76
___________
10,184 05
10,000 00
___________
___________
$143,754 90

_________ __________ _____

304

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456.

“ BANK OF CONCORD.”
CONCORD.
In corp ora ted February 26, 1910.

Officers—J F. Busey, President; M. F. Russi, Vice-President; F. W . Bhime, Vice-President;
L eon L . Herrick, Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier; H . D. H aw orth, A ssistant Cashier.
Directors—J. F. Busey, M. F. Russi, L. W . Brubeck, Fred W . Blume, L eon L . Herrick, W . K.
Cole, Charles E . Bibber.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.
Resources —
L oa n s and discounts--------------------------------- ------------------O v e r d r a f t s _______________ ____________________________
B onds, warrants and oth er securities_______________
B ank premises, furniture and fixtures._______________
S afe d eposit va u lts---------------------------------------------------Other real estate ow n ed-____ _______________________
Due from reserve banks------------------------------------------------Due fro m other banks_______________________________
A ctual cash on band_________________________________
E xchanges fo r d e a lin g house_______ ________ _________
Cheeks fend other cash ite m s --_______________ : _____
Other r e s o u r c e s __________________________ •
___________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)______________________
Notes', drafts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)----------T o ta ls ________________________________________________

Commercial
$85,814 91
22a
54,997 98
18,077 a

Savings
$196,267 64
__________ _
24,382 80
20,000 00

Combined
$282,072 56
22 21
79,380 78
38,077 a

63,210 91

2,337 93

66,548 24

13,018 57

12,874 86

25,893 43
4,159 06

4,159 06

$239,300 84

$255,853 23

$495,154 07

$29,080 O
O
1,000 00
3,703 01

$20,000 00
3,000 00

$43,680 00
4,000 00
3,703 01

Liabilities —
C apital stock p a id in____- ______________________ _____
Surplus ------------------------------------:-----------------------------------Undivided profits, less exp oses and taxes p a id_____
Other existing profits collected, b u t n o t in undivided’
profits a c c o u n t _____ —------------------ -------------------------Bills p a ya b le (including certificates o f d eposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )----------------------------------------Notes rediscounted' __________________________________
Deposits, due t o banks_______ ________________________
Dividend's unpaid —------------------—_________ ___________
Individual deposits su b ject t o check-------------------------Savings d e p o s i t s ___________ i_________________________
Demand certiflcatrs o f d ep osit-------------------------------------l i m e certificates o f d eposit__________________________
Certified c h e c k s ---------------------------------- -— - __________
Cashier’s checks ____________ ____ ____________ ________
State, eounty and m unicipal deposits_________ ______
P o s ta l savings deposits----------------------------------------------Other lia b ilit ie s _______________________ ____ __________ T ota ls




—

—
187,678 52
—

187,678 52
232,868 23

232,853 23

------------ 3,239 31
20,000 00
—

9239.900 84

3,239 a
20,000 O
O
—

$265^58 23

—

9496,164 Of

305

REPORT OS' SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

461.

BANK OF LOLETA.
LOLETA.

Incorporated September 7, 1910.
Officers—R. O. Dickson, President; W . P. Dickson,.Vice-President; E. E. Hill, Secretary,-Treasurer
and Cashier.
Directors—R. O. Dickson, W . F. Dickson, E. E. Hill, H. C. Hansen, C. S. Rasmussen.

S tatem ent of June 30, 1919.

RGSO T €S—
UC

Commercial

Savings

Loans and discounts............... ................. ........................ . .
O v e r d r a fts ____________ ______ ______ ______ ______ ____Bonds, warrants and other securities_________________
B ank premises, furniture and fixtures________________
Safe deposit vaults_______________ ____________________
Other real estate owned_______________________________
Due from reserve banks_______________________________
Due from other banks_________________________________
A ctual cash on hand__________________________________
Exchanges fo r clearing house_________________________
Checks and other cash item s........................................... S28

$44,572 10
______ ____
83,984 00
4,000 00
___________
___________
56,518 36
___________
15,671 05
___________
80

Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)______ . -----------------------Notes, drafts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)_________

-----------------___________

T o ta l___ ____ _____ ______ ___________________________

$205,074 31

_

$25,000 00
5,500 00
324 59

_
.

^
..

-----------------___________

Liabilities —
Capital stock paid i n ..________ ______________ ____ ___
S u rp lu s........_______________ ______ ____ _______________
Undivided profit’s, less expenses and taxes paid______
Other existing profits collected, but n ot in undivided
profits account ---------------------- ------- --------------------------Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney borrow ed )____ _____ _______ -•
_______
Notes rediscounted _____ ________________ _____ ______
Deposits, due t o banks________________________________
Dividends u n p a id _____________________________________
Individual deposits subject t o check--------------------------Savings d e p o s it s ---------------------------------------------------------Demand certificates o f deposit................
l'ip ie certificates o f deposit___________________________
Certified ch e ck s _______________________________________
Cashier’s checks ______________________________________
State, cou n ty and m unicipal deposits________________
P osta l savings deposits____ ----------------------------------------Other lia b ilitie s-------------------------------- --------------------------T o t a l.




___________
___________
___________
1,250 00
147,459 40
-----------------796 95
9,089 85
1,500
00.
899 15
12,500 00
754 37
-----------------$205,074 31

Combined

-----------------___________

306

REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS.

464 AND 464A. BANK OF TRACY.
TRACY.
Incorporated June 11, 1909.
Officers—Irvin g Peterson, President; W m . Schmidt, Vice-President; 0 . H . R o o t, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier; L. O. Stark, A ssistant Secretary and Assistant C ash ier;’ A. C. Abel,
A ssistant Cashier and Cashier Branch.
Directors—Irvin g Peterson, W m . Schmidt, Amosi W . E lliott, M. C. Preston, Jr. Saxouer,
R. B. Teefy, John Brichetto.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.
R esou rces

L oans and discounts----------------- ---------- — ......................
O verdrafts ____________________________________________
B onds, warrants, and other securities________________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures... ......................
Safe deposit vaults_______ . ___ ____ _________ ____ ____
Other real estate owned________ ____ ______ _____ _____
Due from reserve banks-----------------------------------------------Due from other banks_________________________________
A ctual cash on hand-------------- ---------- . . -----------------------Exchanges fo r clearing house__________ 1_____________
Checks and other cash items____ __________ ______ ___
Other re s o u rc e s _______ _____
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)_______________________
Notes, d ra fts, or bills o f exchange (lim ited)_________
T o ta ls ............................................................................. .......

Commercial

Savings

$313,324 87
$275,341 22
428 57
53,074 64
112,874 10
10,061 50
800 00 ___________
1 00 ___________
57,175 30
45,913 00
929 57 ' ___________
28,917 81
17,790 55
_________
___________
2,784 72 ___________
10,826 58
240 00
___________
___________
___________
15,000 00

Combined
$588,666
428
165,948
10,061
800
1
103,088
929
46,708

09
57
74
50
00
00
30
57
36

2,784 72
11,066 58
15,000 00

$478,324 56

$467,158 87

$945,483 43

C apital stock paid in____ ._________ _______ _______ _
S u rp lu s ----------- ------- ------------------------- - _________ _____ —
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid______
Other existing profits collected, but n ot in undivided
profits account __________________
Bills payable (including certificates o i deposit representing m oney b o r r o w e d )..______
N otes re d is co u n te d ________________
Deposits, due to banks_____________
Dividends u n p a id __________________
Individual deposits subject to check
Savings d e p o s its _____ _------------------■
Demand certificates o f deposit-------Tim e certificates o f d eposit________
Certified c h e c k s ....................................
Cashier’s checks ----------------------------State, cou n ty and municipal deposi
P osta l savings deposits____________
Other lia b ilitie s ____________________

$50,000 00
10,650 00
5,596 67

$50,000 00
5,400 00
___________

$100,000 00

17 50
371,727 89
.................

___________
___________
396,758 87

17 50
371,727 89
396,758 87

82
00
00
68

____ ______
15,000 00
........ ............
___________

T o ta ls ____________ ___________ _______ ____________ ___

$478,324 56

$467,158 87

Liabilities—

. 999
35,000
425
3,907

N o t e .—T he above statement includes the business o f a branch office at B yron.




16,050 00
5,596 67

999
50,000
425
3,907

82
00
00
68

$945,483 43

307

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465 AND 465A.

HOME SAVINGS BANK OP WOODLAND.
WOODLAND.
Incorporated June 22, 1909.

Officers—M. O. Harling, Chairman o f B oard and Manager; D. A. McGriff, President; D. B. Guile,
Vice-President; T. D. Cummings, Vice-President; R. H. Schluer, Secretary and A ssistant
Cashier; J. D. Harling, Treasurer and Cashier; W . F. Baird, Assistant Cashier; P . G. F riday,
Assistant Cashier; W . W . H opper, Assistant Cashier.
Directors—M. O. Harling, Allen T. Spencer, M. H. S tl
> A. McGriff, D. B. Guile, J. G. Mast,
.
T. D. Cummings, W . R. Chapman, W. O. Russell.

S tatem ent of June 30, 1919.
Resources —
Loans and discounts_________________________
O v e r d r a fts _____ ________________ ■
____________
Bonds, warrants and other securities________
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures............
Safe deposit vaults___________________________
Other real estate owned_________ ______ _____
Due from reserve banks______________________
Due from other banks------------------------------------A ctual cash on hand_________________________
Exchanges fo r clearing house________________
Checks and other eash items_________________
Other resou rces______________________________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)_____________
Notes, drafts, or bills o f exchange (lim ited).

Commercial

Savings

$109,617 27

$1,168,017 19

Combined
$1,277,634 46

* 25,820 55
1,006 71

545,774 65
2,200 00.

571,595 20
3^06 71

32,247 04

97,735 68

129,982 72

15,891 67

55,863 45

71,755 12
763 96
1,903 04

763 96
1,903 04

$187,250 24

$1,869,590 97

$2,056,841 21

Capital stock paid in___ ________________________ - - - - S u rp lu s__________________________ ________ ___________ Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid______
Other existing profits collected, but n ot in undivided
profits account _____________________________________
Bills payable (including certificates o f deposit repre-'
senting m oney b orrow ed )________________________
Notes rediscounted ___________________________________
Deposits, due to banks------------------------------------------------Dividends u n p a id _____________________________________
Individual deposits subject to check_________________
Savings d e p o s its ______________________________________
Demand certificates o f deposit----------- ; -----------------------Time certificates o f deposit----------------------------------- -----Certified c h e ck s _______________________________________
Cashier’s ch eek s_______________________________________
State, cou nty and municipal deposits________________
P osta l savings deposits----------------------------------------------1
Other lia b ilitie s _______________________________________

$25,000 00
6,250 00
93 75

$150,000 00
37,500 00
22,093 19

$175,000 00
43,750 00
22,186 94

T otals________________________ ________ _______ ______

$187,250 24

T ota ls______________________________ ____ ___

Liabilities—

1,584,761 78

236 00138,522 55
1,584,761 78

75,000 00

65 C
O
4,553 94
87,500 00

236 00
138,522 55

65 00
4,553 94
12,500 00

265 00

265 00
$1,869,590 97

$2,056,841 21

N o t e .—The above statement includes the business o f a branch office at Knights Landing.




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466.

FIRST SAVINGS BANK.
VALLEJO.
Incorporated, July 23, 1909.

Officers—Phillip Steffan, President; Geo. R. Cadan, Vice-President; R oscoe W . Griffin, VicePresident; J. E. Hamlen, Secretary and Cashier; Jos. O. Kern, Cashier.
Directors—M. A. Brownlie, H . C lay Davis, R. W . Griffin, George R. Cadan, A . T . H atch,
J. E. Godley, Phillip Stelfan.

Statement of June 30, 1919.
Resources—

Commercial

L oans and discounts----- ---------------------------------------------------------------O verdrafts '______ _____ ____ _______________________ _______ _________
B onds, warrants and other securities_________________
______ .____
B ank premises, furniture and fixtures______ -_________
________
Safe deposit vaults____________________________________
___________
Other real estate o w n e d ...________ ! __________________
_
___________
Due from reserve banks_________ ’_____________________
___________
Due from other banks____________________ ____ ______________ _______
A ctual cash on hand__________________________________
. . . . _______
Exchanges fo r clearing house______________ __________
___________
Checks and other cash items_____ ____________________
___________
Other re s o u rc e s _______________________________________
___________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)----------------------------------------------------N otes, d ra fts, o r hills o f exchange (lim ited)_________
___________
T o ta l___ ____ _____ __________________________________

Savings

Combined,

$407,160 39
___________
133,231 48
499 CO
27,074 11
21,571 97
___________
___________
11,201 17
2,896 80
849 26
___________
-----------------___________

^__________
___________
___ _______
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
---------------------------------------------------___________
-----------------____________

___________

$604,484 18

______ ____

-----------------*__________
_________ _

$50,000 00
6,200 00
11,571 35

_____ . . . . __
___________
___________

Liabilities —
C apital stock paid i n .:..........—------------------------------------S u rp lu s ______ _____ ____ ‘_______________ ______ _______
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid______
Other existing profits collected, but n ot in undivided
profits account ____________________ ________________
Bills p ayable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )-----------------------------------------Notes red iscou n ted ____________________________________
Deposits, due to banks________________________________
Dividends u n p a id _____________________________________
Individual deposits subject t o cheek__________________
Savings deposits ______________________________________
Demand certificates o f d ep osit..-.,____________________
Time certificates o f deposit___ _______________________
Certified c h e c k s _______________________________________
Cashier’s c h e c k s ______________________________ _______
State, cou h ty and municipal deposits________________
P osta l savings deposits_____ _______ _________________
Other lia b ilitie s _________________________________ ____ _
T o t a l.




___________

___________

_______
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
1__________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________

___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
535,774 37
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
______ _____
938 46
$604,484 18

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468.

HONGKONG AND SHANGHAI BANKING CORPORATION
(AGENCY). SAN FRANCISCO.
Incorporated July 20, 1867.

Officers—D . Landale, Esq., Chairman; W . L. Pattenden, Esq., Deputy Chairm an; T hos. S.
>
Baker, Manager.
Direetors^-S. H . Dodwell', Esq., 6 . T. M. Edkins, Esq., C. S. G ubbay, Esq., P. H . H olyoa k , Esq.,
J. A. Plummer, Esq., E. Shellim, D. Landale, W . L. Pattenden, Esq.

S tatem ent of June 30, 1919.
R esou rces—

Loans and discounts_________________________________
O verdrafts -------------- --------- ------------------------------------------Bond's, w arrants and other s eurities-----------------------Bank premises, furniture and fixtures----------------- . ---- .
Safe deposit vaults-------------- ---------------------------------------Other real estate owned'----------------------------------------------Due from reserve banksC----------------------, -------------------Due from other banks'------------------------------------------------ >
A ctual cash on hand'____________________ ^-----------------Exchanges fo r clearing house_____________ ___________
Checks and other cash items------------------------------------—
Other resources _____ _________________________________
Bankers’ -acceptances (limited!)_____________ ________
Notes, drafts', o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)-----------

Savings

Commercial

Combined

___________
-----------------$50,000 00
--------------------------------------------------501,809 25
-----------------6,299 75
___________
----------------9,207 25
___________
-----------------

T o t a1

Liabilities—
Capital stock paid in--------------------------------------------------Surplus ----- ------------ ------ -------------------------- --------------------Undivided profits, less exp nses and taxes paid-------Other existing profits collected1 b u t n o t in undivided
,
profits a c c o u n t __:______ _______________ ____________
Bills p ayable (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )-------- ---------------------- ------- - a
Notes rediscounted _____________________ __________ —_
Deposits', due to- banks'_____ ■
--------------------------------------Dividends unpaid _____________________ ____________ ____
Individual deposits subject t o check_________________
Savings deposits -------------------------- , ---------------------------Demand certificat s o f deposit---------------------------. ------Tim e certificates' o f deposit___ ____________ . --------------Certified' checks ______________________________________
Cashier’s checks _______________________ ______________
State, cou n ty and municipal deposits_______________
P osta l savings deposits________________ ■
_____________
Other lia b ilit ie s ----- ------------------- ------------------- --------------

Total




$50,000 00
12,500 00
8,061 52

______ _____
___________
___________

5159,781 73

..

$630,336 25

___________
___________
___________

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472.

BANK OF LA MESA.
LA MESA.
In corp ora ted June 14, 1900.

Officers—O. C. Park, President; H . A . Hall, Vice-Pr. sident, Assistant Secretary and Assistant
Treasurer; H. C. Park, Secretary, Treasurer and- Cashier.
Directors—C. C. Park, H . A . Hall1 H . O. Park, Rl S. Hall, Peter Mill.
,

Statement of June 30, 1919.
R680UrC68

Commercial

Savings

Combined

L oa n s and1 discounts____ ____________________________
$83,274 79
O v e r d r a f t s ___ ________________________________________
40 60
B onds, warrants and other securities_______________
71,187 46
B an k premises, furniture and fixtures._______________
4,400 00
S a fe d eposit vaults------------------- ----------------------------------300 00
Other r al estate owned-_______________________ ______
1,000 00
Due from reserve banks.----- j __________ .______________
26,312 56
Due fro m other banks___________ . _______________ _________________
A ctual cash on- hand!---------------------- ----- ---------------------11,574 28
E xchanges fo r clearing house_________ ,_____________ ,.
______ _____
Cheeks and other cash item s___ ____________________
___________
Other r e s o u r c e s _______ ____ ___ „______________________
___________

Bankers’ acceptances, (limited)__ __________________

__________

Notes, d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)_______

___________

T o ta l _____

$198,089 00

___________

____________

Liabilities —
C apital stock paid in_________________________________
Surplus ___ _____:______________________________________
U ndivided profits, less expens s and' taxes paid_____
Other existing profits collected1 b u t n o t in undivided
,
p rofits account _________ ________ - __________ ____ __
_
B ills p a ya b le (including certificates o f deposit repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )_______________________ _
N otes re d is co u n te d ----- ------------------------------------------------Deposits, due t o bankSL.____________ ,______ ____ ______
Dividends u n p a id _______ _________________________ .____
Individual deposits su b ject t o check________________
Savings d e p o s i t s ___________________________________
Dem and c rtificates o f d eposit_____ __________ ________
Tim e certificates o f deposit___________________ _______
Certified c h e c k s _____ ._____ ____ ________ _______________
Cashier’s checks ___________________ ____ ____ ______ ____
State, cou nty and m unicipal deposit® .._____________
P osta l Savings deposits:___________ s______ ___________
Other lia b ilit ie s _____ 1 -___________________ ________

Total_




$26,000 00
2,250 00
2,213 27

___________
___________
.............................. ..................
........ ......................... ..............

16 00
121,738 07

__________
— ________

538
36,534
28
240
0,521

60
26
58
14
82

__________
__________

_ - ________ ___________
_
____________ ___________
______ ___________________
___________
___________
........................... ................

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474.

THE FIRST BANK OF SAN ANSELMO.
SAN ANSELMO.
Incorp orated O ctober 13, 190©.

Officers—J. C. Raas, President; Carl W esterf Id, Vice-President; H. S. F o o te , Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier; T hom as F. Butler, A ssistant Cashier; L ouis J. M urray, Assistant
Cashier.
Directors—J. C. Raas, H. W . B . T a ylor, J. K. A rm sby, Carl W esterfeld, H . S. F oote.

S tatem e n t of June 30, 1919.
R esou rces—

Doans and' d iscounts-________________________
O verdrafts _____ ;----------------- 1 ________ .._ ___________
_
_
Bonds, warrants and1 oth er securitiesi______________
Bank premises, furniture and fixture®.____ __________
Safe d eposit vaults__ ________ ________________________
Other real estate owned'........................ —..............i --------Due from reserve b a n k s ..—,_____________ L
__________
Due from other banks___________ ____________________
A ctual cash on hand.....................
Exchanges fo r clearing house----------- -----------i_________
Checks and other cash items-------- ------------ -----------------Other r e s o u r c e s _______________________________ _______
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)______________________
Notes, d ra fts, or bills o f exchange (lim ited)_________
T ota ls

Commercial

Savings

Combined
$221,064
328
175,395
17,274
347
4,142
72,848 48

$80,975 72
328 00
61,133 34
17,274 06
347 07
-----------------36,125 62
___________
14,966 62
___________
814 24
51,219 61
______ _____
___________

$140,078 94
-----------------114,261 70
___________
___________
4,142 53
36,722 86
___________
6,746 30
___________
___________
___________
___ ____ —
___________

$263,184 88

$301,952 33

$565,137 21

$20,000 00

$30,000 00

$50,000 00

5,997 63

6,29© 65

805 23 ’ ----------------

805 23

21,712 92
814 24
51,219 61

Liabilities —
C apital stock paid in__________________ __________ _____
S u r p lu s ___________________________________ i ---------------Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid-------Other existing profits collected, b u t n o t in undivided
p rofits account ______ —_______ —____________ :___ _
Bills p a ya b le (including certificates o f d eposit repre­
senting m oney borrow ed)_________________________
Notes red iscou n ted _________ ____ ______________________
Deposits, due t o banks------------------------------------------------Dividends u n p a i d ___________________ ________________
Individual deposits su bject t o check—_______________
Savings deposits ____________________________________
Demand certificates o f deposit_______________________
Tim e certificates o f d p osit----- -- ---------------------------------Certified' checks _____________________ ._____ — — ------Cashier’s c h e c k s _________ _____ ______ ____ ____________
State, county and municipal deposits'------------------. ----P osta l savings deposits_______________________ ______ _
Other lia b ilit ie s _________ _____________________________

Totals _
_




_________

302 02

6,000 00

6,000 00

157,696 71
____ ____

__________
250,954 70

157,695 71
250,954 70

15,000 00
531 60
10 oo
10,590 00

__________
__________
__________
9,000 00

15,000 00
531 60
19,500 00

5^250 32

. . . . . . _____

58,250 32

$263,184 88

$301,952 33

10 OO

$565,137 21

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475.

CITIZENS BANK OF SACRAMENTO.
SACRAMENTO.
Incorporated O ctober 30, 1909.

Officers—H . C. M uddox, President; W . T. Foster, Vice-President; D. K. C olelough, Secretary,
Treasurer and Cashier.
Directors—George C. B assett, G. L. M uddox, H. C. M uddox, Alden Anderson, W . T . Foster
W . W . Bassett, D. K. Colelough.

S tatem ent of June 30, 1919.
Resourees —
L oa n s and discounts_________________________________ _
Overdrafts! -------- --------- —--------------------------------------------Bond's, warrants and other securities_______________ ,
B ank premises, furniture and fixtures________ - __-—
S afe d eposit vaults___________________________________
Other real estate owned'_________________ ___________ 1.
Due fro m reserve banks_____________________________
Due from other banks___________________ ____________
A ctual cash on hand1__________ ____________________ _
_
E xchanges fo r clearing house_______________________
Checks and1 other cash items'_____ i ______________ _____
_
Other resources _____ ___ •
____________________________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)______________________
Notes', d ra fts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)_______

Commercial
$108,168 60
224 65
24,600 00
16,863 05
2,000 00

Savings
$91,830 94
24,750 00
15,300 00
1,170 00

Combined
$199,999 64
224 65
49,350 00
32,163 05
3,170 00

6,647 98

17,180 20

17,828 18

9,380 36

6,528 07

15,908 43

835 39
—

835 35
—

—

______________________________________________

$168,719 99

$150,759 21

$319,479 20

C apital stock paid in___ ____________ -________________

$35,000 00
3,000 00
3,449 43

$15,000 00
1,800 00
618 14

$50,000 00
4,800 00
4,067 57

T o t a ls

Liabilities—

Undivided profits, less expenses and1 taxes paid____
Other existing p rofits collected', b u t n o t in undivided
profits a c c o u n t ___ _________________________________
Bills p ayable (including certificates o f deposit, repre­
senting m oney b orrow ed )__________________________
Notes re d is co u n te d ___ ______ _______ __________________
Deposits, due t o banks_______________________________
Dividends unpaid -------------------------------------------------------Individual deposits su b ject t o cheek________________
Savings deposits ___________ _____ ____________________
■
Demand! certificates o f ' deposit______________________
Tim e certificates o f d eposit_______ __________________
Certified checks ______________________________________
Cashier’s checks _________________ _________________ i~,
State, cou n ty and municipal deposits_______________
P osta l savings d ep osits-—- __________________________
Other lia b ilit ie s ___ ________________________________ l __
T o ta ls




5,000 00

5,000 00

1,750 00
1,750 00
87,877 64
87,877 64
___________________ 120,37107 120,37107
1,023 55
1,023 65
___________________ 5000
5000
4,785 24
4,786 24
2,091 21
2,001 21
17,500 00
7,500 00
25,00000
7,242 92

5,420 00

12,662 92

$168,719 99

$150,759 21

$319,479 20

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476. AUBURN SAVINGS BANK.
EAST AUBURN.
Incorporated September 16, 1898.
Officers—E. T . R obie, President; J. E. W alsh, Vice-President; L . Huntley,
G.
W . Brundage, Treasurer and Cashier.
Directors—E . T. Robie, J. E. W alsh, L. Huntley, G. W . Brundage, C. H . Slade.

Secretary;

S tatem ent of June 30, 1919.

Resources—
Loans and discounts.,.........................................................
Overdrafts ____________________________________________
Bonds, warrants and other securities______ _______ _
Bank premises, furniture and llxtures_____ _____ ____
Safe deposit vaults____________________________________
Other real estate owned_______________________________
Due from reserve banks_____ . ________________________
Due from other banks_________________________________
Actual cash on hand__________________________________
Exchanges fo r clearing house_________________________
Checks and other cash items__________________________
Other res ou rces _____________ ___________ _____________
Bankers’ acceptances (lim ited)_______________________
Notes, drafts, o r bills o f exchange (lim ited)_________

Commercial

Savings

.....................
___________
___________
_____ _____
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________
___________

$155,829 22
___________
2C0.519 41
___________
___________
6,191 44
2