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Washington, D.C.,

BANKING AND
MONETARY STATISTICS
1914 -1941




First printing, November 1943
Second printing (Part I only), August 1976

Copies of this reprint may be obtained from Publications Services, Division of Administrative Services, Board of Governors
of the Federal Reserve System, Washington, D.C. 20551. The
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System in a form collectible at par in U.S. currency. (Stamps
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PREFACE
This volume is published by the Board of
Governors for the purpose of making available
in one place and on a uniform basis statistics
of banking, monetary, and other financial developments. Most of these statistics were collected by governmental authorities as an incident of their supervisory responsibilities over
financial institutions or are records.of governmental operations; others, particularly those relating to security markets, were gathered chiefly
by private agencies. The statistics.in most cases
cover the period since 1914, when the Federal
Reserve System was established.
The Federal Reserve Banks and the Board of
Governors currently collect, • analyze, interpret,
and publish statistics on Reserve Bank credit,
member bank credit, changes in the banking
structure, and a variety of other matters bearing
on banking and credit conditions in this country
and abroad. The System also publishes considerable data compiled by other organizations,
including the Treasury, the Comptroller of the
Currency, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, State banking authorities, and other
public and private agencies.
It has been the practice of the Board to make
the more important of these series available to
the public through the monthly Federal Reserve
Bulletin and in regular releases. Retrospective
data have been published in special articles in
the Federal Reserve Bulletin, and, prior to 1938,
in the Board's annual reports. Since 1938, however, most of the statistical material has been
omitted from the annual reports. The present
volume is designed to replace previous Board
publication of banking and monetary statistics
in annual reports and to provide a single comprehensive volume of comparable banking and
financial statistics over a period of years. Most
of the financial series for which current data are
published in the Federal Reserve Bulletin are included in this volume, and some series which are
no longer shown in the Bulletin but which- are of
historical interest are also given.
The statistics in this book relate largely to the
condition and operation of the Federal ^Reserve
Banks and member banks. There are also included data on the condition and operation of
all banks, including State banks not members of
the Federal Reserve System, and statistics of
bank debits, bank earnings, bank suspensions,
branch, group, and chain * banking, currency,

money rates, security markets, Treasury finance,
production and movement of gold, and international financial developments.
While most of the statistics in this volume
cover the period since 1914, a few significant
series are given for a longer period. Such series
cover the condition of national banks beginning
with 1863; currency in circulation beginning with
1860; deposits at all banks and currency outside
banks beginning with 1892; bank suspensions beginning with 1892; branch banking beginning
with 1900; and certain statistics on money rates
and security markets' beginning with 1890 and
1900. All series end with December 1941. It is
contemplated that supplementary publications
will be isssued periodically, as needed, in order
to bring the tables up to date, to present new
series, or to revise data previously published.
For most of the series, data for subsequent periods are available in the Federal Reserve Bulletin.
For the convenience of the reader the book
has been divided into two parts: Part I contains statistics for the country as a whole, which
are presented in fifteen sections, and Part II
contains detailed member bank statistics for
each Federal Reserve district. The tables in
each section are preceded by an introductory
text, which gives some indication of the purpose
of the data, the sources of the figures, the history
and methods of their compilation, and other
facts which will guide the reader -in the use of
the figures. Much of the information which is
customarily included in footnotes to tables has
been incorporated in the text; footnotes have
been used primarily to call attention to the incomparability of specific items over the period
covered by the tables.
Preparation of the present volume was begun
in 1939, but the work has been delayed by the
war activities of the staff. The work has been
done largely in the Division of Research and Statistics and the Division of Bank Operations, with
a p.art done in the Division of Security Loans.
The Correspondence and Publications Section of
the Secretary's Office handled the printing of the
volume. Acknowledgment is gratefully made to
other agencies whose figures have been used, including the Treasury Department, the Comptroller of the Currency, the Federal Deposit
Insurance Corporation, the National Bureau of
Economic Research, Standard and Poor's Corporation, and Moody's Investors Service.
THE BOARD OF GOVERNORS OF THE
FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM

Washington, D. C.
September 1943.




KEY TO THIS VOLUME OF FIGURES
It was stated in a recent technical report to the President that statistics
are both a by-product and an instrument of administration. The figures in
this volume are for the most part a by-product of bank supervision and credit
administration, especially during the thirty years since the establishment of
the Federal Reserve System. Banking figures for the past and the present
are a treasure trove for the student of financial history and, together with
their estimated projections into the future, they are the rock on which credit
policy must rest.
These serried ranks of organized statistics on banking and finance, even
though they may inspire awe, should also inspire confidence. They are an
augury that credit policy can be based in the future, as in the past, on fact
rather than on fancy.

/
September 1943




CONTENTS
PART I
SECTION 1. GENERAL STATISTICS OF ALL BANKS IN THE UNITED STATES
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Text
ALL BANKS BY CLASSES, 1914-1941
Table
Table
Table
Table

1.
2.
3.
4.

Table 5.
Table 6.
Table 7.
Table 8.

All banks—number and deposits, by class of bank, 1914-1941
All banks—number, loans, investments, and deposits, 1914-1941
All commercial banks—number, loans, investments, and deposits, 1914-1941
National banks—number, loans, investments, bankers' balances, and deposits,
1863-1941
'.
State member banks—number, loans, investments, bankers' balances, and deposits,
1915-1941
Nonmember commercial banks—number, loans, investments, and deposits, 1914-1941.
Mutual savings banks—number, loans, investments, and deposits, 1914-1941
All banks—number and deposits, by class of bank and by States, selected years,
1914-1941

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20
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23
24

OTHER STATISTICS ON MONEY SUPPLY AND BANKING STRUCTURE
Table 9. Deposits and currency—adjusted deposits of all banks and currency outside banks,
1892-1941
Table 10. Principal assets and liabilities of banks by population of place in which located,
June and December: member banks, 1929-1941; insured banks, 1934-1941
Table 11. Deposits of member banks in larger and smaller places, monthly, 1936-1941
Table 12. Number of commercial banks, by population of place in which located and by amount
of deposits, by class of bank, June 30, 1941
Table 13. Number and deposits, of commercial banks, by amount of deposits and by class of
bank, by States, June 30, 1941
Table 14. Changes in the number of incorporated commercial banks, by class of bank and by
character of change, 1921-1941
.
Table 15. Banks on par list and not on par list—number, by Federal Reserve districts and by
class of bank, 1916-1941
Table 16. Banks on par list and not on par list—number and deposits, by class of bank and by
Federal Reserve districts and by States, December 31, 1939
Table 17. Banks on par list and not on par list—number, by class of bank and by States,
December 3l, 1941

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58

SECTION 2. ASSETS AND LIABILITIES OF ALL MEMBER BANKS
Text
Table
Table
Table
Table
Table

18,
19.
20.
21.
22.

All member banks—principal assets and liabilities on call dates, 1914-1941
All member banks—classification of loans on call dates, 1928-1941
All member banks—classification of investments on call dates, 1928-1941
All member banks—classification of deposits on call dates, 1928-1941
All member banks—classification of loans and investments, by class of bank, on
June 30 call dates, 1919-1928
..
Table 23. Central reserve city member banks in New York City—principal assets and liabilities
on call dates, 1919-19411




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Table 24. Central reserve city member banks in New York City—classification of loans on call
dates, 1928-1941
83
Table 25. Central reserve city member banks in New York City—classification of investments
on call dates, 1928-1941
'.
84
Table 26. Central reserve city member banks in New York City—classification of deposits on
call dates, 1928-1941
85
Table 27. Central reserve city member banks in Chicago—principal assets and liabilities on
call dates, 1919-1941
86
Table 28. Central reserve city member banks in Chicago—classification of loans on call dates,
1928-1941
89
Table 29. Central reserve city member banks in Chicago—classification of investments on call
dates, 1928-1941
90
Table 30. Central reserve city member banks in Chicago—classification of deposits on call
dates, 1928-1941
91
Table 31. Reserve city member banks—principal assets and liabilities on call dates, 1919-1941, 92
Table 32.. Reserve city member banks—classification of loans on call dates, 1928-1941
95
Table 33. Reserve city member banks—classification of investments on call dates, 1928-1941. . 96
Table 34. Reserve city member banks—classification of deposits on call dates, 1928-1941
97
Table 35. Country member banks—principal assets and liabilities on call dates, 1919-1941
98
Table 36. Country member banks—classification of loans on call dates. 1928-1941
101
Table 37. Country member banks—classification of investments on call dates, 1928-1941
102
Table 38. Country member banks—classification of deposits on call dates, 1928-1941
103
SECTION 3. ASSETS AND LIABILITIES OF INSURED BANKS
Text
Table 39. All insured commercial banks—principal assets and'liabilities, June and December,
1934-1941
"
Table 40. All insured commercial banks—classification of loans and inyestments, June and
December, 1934-1941
Table 41. All insured commercial banks—classification of investments by maturities and by
class of bank, December 31, 1941
!
Table 42. All insured commercial banks—classification of deposits, June and December, 19341941
Table 43. Insured nonmember commercial banks—principal assets and liabilities, June and
December, 1934-1941
Table 44. Insured nonmember commercial banks—classification of loans and investments, June
and December, 1934-1941
Table 45. Insured nonmember commercial banks—classification of deposits, June and December, 1934-1941
:
Table 46. Insured mutual savings banks—principal assets and liabilities, June and December,
1934-1941
Table 47. All insured commercial banks—principal assets and liabilities, by States, December
31, 1941,

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110

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114

SECTION 4. ASSETS AND LIABILITIES OF WEEKLY REPORTING MEMBER BANKS
IN LEADING CITIES
Text
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Table 48. Weekly reporting member banks in 101 leading cities—principal assets and liabilities,
weekly and monthly, 1919-1941
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Table 49. Weekly reporting member banks in New York City—principal assets and liabilities,
weekly arid monthly, 1919-1941
164
Table 50. Weekly reporting member banks outside New York City—principal assets and
liabilities, weekly and monthly, 1919-1941
196

SECTION 5. BANK DEBITS AND DEPOSIT TURNOVER
Text
Table 51. Bank debits to deposit accounts, except interbank accounts, monthly, 1919-1941....
Table 52. Bank debits to deposit accounts, except interbank accounts, by Federal Reserve
districts, yearly, 1919-1941
Table 53. Bank debits to deposit accounts, except interbank accounts, by Federal Reserve
districts and by reporting centers, yearly, 1919-1941
Table 54. Bank debits to demand deposit accounts, except interbank and United States Government accounts, at weekly reporting member banks, weekly, 1935-1941
Table 55. Bank debits and deposit turnover, excluding interbank deposits and collection items,
at all commercial banks, yearly, 1919-1941

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SECTION 6. BANK EARNINGS
Text
Table 56.
Table 57.
Table 58.
Table 59.

National bank earnings and earnings ratios, 1869-1941
Member bank earnings, expenses, and dividends, 1919-1941
Member bank earnings ratios, 1919-1941
Member bank earnings, expenses, and dividends, by class of bank, 1939, 1940, and
1941
:
Table 60. Member bank earnings ratios, by class of bank, 1939, 1940, and 1941
Table 61..Member bank earnings, expenses, and dividends, by class of bank and by Federal
Reserve districts, 1941.
Table 62. Member bank earnings ratios, by class of bank and by Federal Reserve districts, 1941.
Table 63. Member bank earnings ratios, by total deposits of banks and by ratio of time to total
deposits, 1941
:
Table 64. Insured commercial bank earnings, expenses, and dividends, 1934-1941
Table 65. Insured commercial bank earnings, expenses, and dividends, by total deposits of
banks, 1941

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268

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SECTION 7. BANK SUSPENSIONS
Text
Table 66.
Table 67.
Table 68.
Table 69.
Table 70.

;
Commercial bank suspensions—number and deposits, by class of bank, 1892-1941. ..
Commercial bank suspensions—number and deposits, by States, 1921-1941
National bank suspensions—number and deposits, by States, 1921-1941
State member bank suspensions—number and deposits, by States, 1921-1941
Nonmember bank suspensions (other than private and mutual savings banks)—
number and deposits, by States, 1921-1941
Table 71. Private (unincorporated) bank suspensions—number and deposits, by States, 1921-1941
Table 72. Mutual savings bank suspensions—number and deposits, by States, 1921-1941




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SECTION 8. BRANCH, GROUP, AND CHAIN BANKING
Text
:
Table 73. Commercial banks operating branches and their branches, selected years, 1900-1941—
number, and loans and investments or deposits, by class of bank
Table 74. Commercial banks operating branches and their branches, by States, selected years,
1900-1941—number, by class of bank
Table 75. Commercial banks operating branches and their branches, by States, December 31,
1939—number and deposits, by class of bank and by geographic extent of branch
banking
'...'..'
. .. /
Table 76. Commercial banks operating branches and their branches, December 31, 1939—
selected classifications of number and deposits
Table 77. Commercial banks operating branches and their branches, by States, December 31,
1941—number and deposits, by class of bank and by geographic extent of branch
banking
Table 78. Branches of member banks classified by amount and character of assets and liabilities,
June 30, 1940
,
Table 79. Mutual savings and private banks operating branches and their branches, by States,
December 31, 1935, 1939, and 1941—number and deposits
Table 80. Group and chain banking, by States, December 31, 1929—number and loans and
investments, by class of bank
:
Table 81. Group and chain banking, by States, December 31, 1931—number and loans and
investments, by class of bank
Table 82. Group and chain banking, by States, December 31, 1939—number and deposits, by
class of bank
Table 83. Group and chain banking, December 31, 1939—selected classifications of number and
deposits
Table 84. Group and chain banking, by States, December 31, 1941—number and deposits, by
class of bank

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SECTION 9. FEDERAL RESERVE BANKS
Text
Table 85. Assets and liabilities of Federal Reserve Banks, December 31, 1914-1941
Table 86. Assets and liabilities of each Federal Reserve Bank, December 31, 1920, 1929, 1933,
and 1941
'
Table 87. Principal assets and liabilities of each Federal Reserve Bank, December 31,1914-1941.
Table 88. Bills discounted, by class of paper—holdings by Federal Reserve Banks, June and
December, 1917-1937," and by each Federal Reserve Bank, December, 1920,
1929, and 1933
Table 89. Bills bought, by class of paper and by method of purchase—holdings by Federal
Reserve Banks, June and December, 1921-1937, and by each Federal Reserve
Bank, December, 1921 and 1929
Table 90. Maturity distribution of bills held by Federal Reserve Banks, June and December,
1914-1941
Table 91. Holdings of United States Government securities, direct and guaranteed, by Federal
Reserve Banks, 1914-1941
Table 92. Industrial advances and commitments, June and December, 1934-1941




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Table 93. Deposits, note circulation, reserves, and reserve percentages of Federal Reserve Banks,
monthly, November 1914-December 1941
Table 94. Federal Reserve notes—statement of amounts issued and collateral, December 31,
1914-1941. . .
r
Table 95. Federal Reserve notes—statement of amounts issued and collateral, by each Federal
Reserve Bank, December 31, 1920, 1929, 1933, and 1941
Table 96. Volume of operations in principal departments of Federal Reserve Banks, 1920-1941.
Table 97. Volume of operations in principal departments of each Federal Reserve Bank, 1921
and 1941.. . ;
Table 98. Current earnings, net earnings, and disposition of net earnings of Federal Reserve
Banks, 1914-1941
..
Table 99. Detailed statement of earnings and expenses of each Federal Reserve Bank, 1941....

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357

SECTION 10. MEMBER BANK RESERVES, RESERVE BANK CREDIT,
AND RELATED ITEMS
Text
.
Table 100. Member bank reserves, reserve bank credit, and related items, annual averages of
daily figures, 1914-1941
Table 101. Member bank reserves, reserve bank credit, and related items, monthly averages of
daily figures, August 1917-December 1941
,
Table 102. Member bank reserves, reserve bank credit, and Delated items, end of month figures,
1914-1941
Table 103. Member bank reserves, reserve bank credit, and related items, Wednesday figures,

1922-1941

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368
369
373

378

Table 104. Member bank reserves, reserve bank credit, and related items, call dates, 1914-1941.
Table 105. Member bank reserve balances, required reserves, excess reserves, and borrowings,
by class of bank, monthly, 1929-1941
Table 106. Member bank borrowings at Federal Reserve Banks, by selected groups of banks,
monthly, 1919-1934
Table 107. Member bank reserve requirements, June 21, 1917-December 31, 1941
Table 108. Changes in central reserve and reserve city designations, 1914-1941

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401

SECTION 11. CURRENCY
Text

,...

Table 109. Currency in circulation—by kind, 1860-1941
Table 110. Currency in circulation—by kind, monthly, 1914-1941
..'....
Table 111. Currency in circulation—before and after adjustment for seasonal variation, monthly,
1919-1941
Table 112. Currency in circulation—paper money by denominations and coin, monthly, October
1930-December 1941
,
Table 113. Shipments and receipts of United States paper currency to and from Europe, 19231941
;.
Table 114. Treasury currency outstanding, by kind, monthly; 1919-1941




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SECTION 12. MONEY RATES AND SECURITY MARKETS
Text

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FEDERAL RESERVE BANK BATES
Table 115. Federal Reserve Bank discount rates on eligible paper, monthly, November 1914December 1941
Table 116. Federal Reserve Bank discount rates on advances under Section 10 (b) of the Federal
Reserve Act, February 27, 1932-December 31, 1941
Table 117. Federal Reserve Bank buying rates on prime bankers' acceptances, 1919-1941
Table 118. Federal Reserve Bank rates on industrial advances and commitments, July 10, 1934December 31, 1941
Table 119. Maximum rates on time deposits at member banks, November 1, 1933-December
31, 1941

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443
446
447

MONEY RATES AND RELATED STATISTICS
Table
Table
Table
Table
Table
Table

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121.
122.
123.
124.
125.

Short-term open-market rates in New York City, monthly, 1890-1941,
Short-term open-market rates in New York City, weekly, 1919-1941
Yields on short-term United States Government securities, monthly, 1920-1941. . . .
Yields on short-term United States Government securities, weekly, 1934-1941
Rates charged on customers' loans by banks in principal cities, monthly, 1919-1929.
Rates charged on commercial loans by banks in principal cities, monthly, January
1928-February 1939; quarterly, 1939-1941
Table 126. Commercial paper outstanding, monthly, July 1918-December 1924
Table 127. Commercial paper and bankers' acceptances outstanding, monthly, December 1924December 1941

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463
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SECURITY MARKETS
Table
Table
Table
Table
Table
Table
Table
Table
Table
Table
Table

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138.

Table 139.
Table 140.
Table 141.
Table 142.
Table 143.
Table 144.
Table 145.

Bond yields, by type of security, monthly, 1919-1941
Bond yields, by type of security, weekly, 1934-1941
Bond prices, by type of security, monthly, 1919-1941
Basic yields of corporate bonds, by term to maturity, 1900-1942
Yields of high-grade railroad bonds, monthly, 1900-1936
Stock prices, monthly, 1900-1941
Common stock prices, weekly, 1934r-1941
Trading in stocks on New York Stock Exchange, monthly, 1900-1941
Trading in stocks on New York Stock Exchange, weekly, 1934-1941
New security issues, by major groups of issuers, monthly, 1919-1941
New corporate security issues, by proposed uses of proceeds and by major groups of
issuers, monthly, 1934-1941
BROKERS' LOANS
Brokers' loans by groups of lenders, quarterly, September 1918-December 1932;
call dates, 1933-J938
Street loans made by daily reporting banks in New York City, weekly, October
1917-January 1926
Loans to brokers and dealers, secured by stocks and bonds, made by weekly reporting
member banks in New York City, weekly, 1926-1935
Brokers' borrowings on collateral in New York City as reported by members of
the New York Stock Exchange, monthly, September 1918-November 1922 and
1926-1941
Principal debit and credit balances of member firms of the New York Stock Exchange
carrying margin accounts, monthly, November 1931-December 1941
Detailed debit and credit balances and related items of member firms of the New
York Stock Exchange carrying margin accounts, June and December, 1935-1941..
Margin requirements, October 1, 1934-December 31, 1941




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SECTION 13. UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT—TREASURY FINANCE AND
GOVERNMENT CORPORATIONS AND CREDIT AGENCIES
Text
Table 146. United States Government debt—volume and kind of direct securities, June and
December, 1916-1932; monthly,. 1933-1941
Table 147. United States Government debt—maturities of marketable public direct securities,
June, 1916-1935; June and December, 1936-1941
Table 148. United States Government debt—volume of fully guaranteed securities, by issuing
agencies, monthly, October 1933-December 1941
Table 149. United States Government debt—ownership of direct and guaranteed securities,
June, 1916-1935; June and December, 1936-1941
Table 150. Summary of Treasury receipts, expenditures, and related items, fiscal years, 19161941; monthly, 1934-1941
Table 151. General Fund of the Treasury, June, 1916-1917; June and December, 1918-1933;
monthly, 1934-1941
Table 152. United States Government corporations and credit agencies—principal assets and
liabilities, June and December, 1935-1937; monthly, June 1938-December 1941. .
Table 153. United States Government corporations and credit agencies—principal1 assets and
liabilities, by corporations and agencies, December 31, 1940 and 1941
Table 154. Postal Savings System—assets and depositors' balances, June and December, 19111941
Table 155. Postal Savings System—depositors' balances, monthly, 1927-1941

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519

SECTION 14. GOLD
Text
Table
Table
Table
Table
Table

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157.
158.
159.
160.

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536
538
539
542

Analysis of changes in gold stock of United States, monthly, 1914-1941
Gold inflow to the United States and contributing factors, 1914-1940
.-...,
Net gold imports to the United States, by countries, 1915-1941
.,,
Gold production, by countries and areas, 1910-1941
Gold reserves of central banks and governments, by countries, December, 1913-1927;
monthly, June 1928-December 1941
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SECTION 15. INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL STATISTICS

Text
INTERNATIONAL CAPITAL TRANSACTIONS AND POSITION OF THE UNITED STATES
Table 161. Short-term foreign liabilities and assets reported by banks in the United States,,, by
countries, monthly, May 1929-June 1931; weekly, July 1931-December 1941
Liabilities
Assets
Table 162. Net capital movement to United States, weekly, cumulative from January 2, 1935
to December 31, 1941
Total capital movement, by types
Total capital movement, by countries
,
Increase in foreign banking funds in U. S., by countries
Decrease in U. S. banking funds abroad, by countries
.
Foreign securities: return of U. S. funds, by countries
Domestic securities: inflow of foreign funds, by countries
Inflow in brokerage balances, by countries
,
Table 163. International capital position of the United States, 1937-1940




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FOREIGN BANKING CONDITIONS
Page
Table 164. Bank of England—principal assets and liabilities, yearly, 1914-1927; monthly,
1928-1941
Table 165. Bank of France—principal assets and liabilities, yearly, 1915-1927; monthly, 19281941
Table 166. Bank of Canada—principal assets and liabilities, monthly, 1935-1941
Table 167. Reichsbank—principal assets and liabilities, monthly, 1924-1941
Table 168. Commercial banks in United Kingdom—principal assets and liabilities, monthly,
1930-1941
Table 169. Commercial banks in France—principal assets and liabilities, monthly, 1930-1941. .
Table 170. Commercial banks in Canada—principal assets and liabilities, monthly, 1930-1941..
Table 171. Commercial banks in Germany—principal assets and liabilities, June and November,
1930-1933; monthly, 1934-1941
Table 172. Money rates in selected foreign countries, monthly, 1924-1941

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656

FOREIGN EXCHANGE RATES
Table 173. Foreign exchange rates, by countries, monthly
Argentina
Australia
Austria
Belgium.
Brazil
British India
Bulgaria
Canada
Chile
,
China
Colombia
Czechoslovakia
Denmark
Egypt
."
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
Hong Kong
Hungary
Italy
Japan
Mexico
Netherlands. . .
New Zealand
Norway
Poland
Portugal
Rumania. . . .\
Russia
South Africa
Spain
Straits Settlements
Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey
United Kingdom
Uruguay
,
Yugoslavia



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SECTION 1
GENERAL STATISTICS OF ALL BANKS IN THE UNITED STATES
Page
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Text
ALL BANKS BY CLASSES, 1914-1941
Table
Table
Table
Table

1.
2.
3.
4.

Table 5.
Table 6.
Table 7.
Table 8.

All banks—number and deposits, by class of bank, 1914-1941
All banks—number, loans, investments, and deposits, 1914-1941. . ..
All commercial banks—number, loans, investments, and deposits, 1914-1941
National banks—number, loans, investments, bankers' balances, and deposits,
1863-1941
,
:
State member banks—number, loans, investments, bankers' balances, and deposits,
1915-1941
'
Nonmember commercial banks—number, loans, investments, and deposits, 1914-1941.
Mutual savings banks—number, loans, investments, and deposits, 1914-1941
All banks—number and deposits, by class of bank and by States, selected years,
1914-1941

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20
22
22
23
24

OTHER STATISTICS ON MONEY SUPPLY AND BANKING STRUCTURE
Table 9. Deposits and currency—adjusted deposits of all banks and currency outside banks,
1892-1941
Table 10. Principal assets and liabilities of banks by population of place in which located, June
and December: member banks, 1929-1941; insured banks, 1934-1941
Table 11. Deposits of member banks in larger and smaller places, monthly, 1936-1941
Table 12. Number of commercial banks, by population of place in which located and by amount
of deposits, by class of bank, June 30, 1941
Table 13. Number and deposits of commercial banks, by amount of deposits and by class of
bank, by States, June 30, 1941
Table 14. Changes in the number of incorporated commercial banks, by class of bank and by
character of change, 1921-1941
Table 15, Banks on par list and not on par list—number, by Federal Reserve districts and by
class of bank, 1916-1941
Table 16. Banks on par list and not on par list—number and deposits, by class of bank and by
Federal Reserve districts and by States, December 31, 1939
Table 17. Banks on par list and not on par list—number, by class of bank and by States,
December 31, 1941
,




34
36
42
43
44
52
54
56
58

SECTION 1
GENERAL STATISTICS OF ALL BANKS IN THE UNITED STATES
In the course of the history of the United
States banking functions have been performed
by a variety of institutions whose character and
relative importance have changed considerably
from time to time. This section brings together
some of the available general statistics for the
principal types of banking institutions. These
data provide useful and representative series
regarding the development of banking in the
United States, particularly since the establishment of the Federal Reserve System in 1914.
For some classes of institutions accurate statistics that are comprehensive and strictly comparable over extended periods of time are not available, but the data given in this section, assembled
from a variety of sources with some estimates
and adjustments, present a broad picture of
banking developments during the past three
decades.1
This section comprises Tables 1-17. Table 1
shows changes in the banking structure as indicated by figures of number and total deposits
of the different classes of banks for the country
as a whole for each year since 1914 and Table
8 gives similar information for selected years by
States, Additional statistics for all banks and
for the various classes of banks are given in
Tables 2-7, including data for national banks beginning with 1863. Tables 9-17 give other
general information about the banking structure
and money supply of the country.
More detailed statistics for particular classes
of banks are available in other sections of this
book. The statistics for member banks given in
Sections 2 and 4 of Part I and in Part II are
the most detailed banking statistics available
over a period of time and provide the basis for
analysis of various aspects of banking developments since 1914. Member banks, although including for most of the period from 30 to 45 per
cent of all commercial banks, held in the 1920's
over 70 per cent and in recent years about 85 per
cent of total deposits of all commercial banks.
Section 2 includes detailed statistics on call
dates for all member banks beginning with 1914,
and Section 4 includes weekly and monthly
statistics- for weekly reporting member banks in
101 leading cities beginning with 1919. Part II
includes detailed statistics on call dates for all
member banks by Federal Reserve districts be1
For a brief discussion of historical developments in banking and
the nature of the banking structure see Banking Studies, a publication of the Board of Governors, especially the following papers:
*' Historical Introduction,'' "Federal Banking Legislation,'' and
"Banking Structure of the United States."




ginning with 1914. Since the establishment of
Federal insurance of deposits, detailed statistics
have become available on call dates for a larger
proportion of the banks of the country. A summary of these statistics beginning with 1934 is
presented in Section 3.
Statistics of all banks prior to 1914. Banking in the United States has been in part
under the jurisdiction of State governments, in
part under the Federal Government, and to some
extent outside the jurisdiction of both governments. The collection of banking statistics for
all classes of banks has never been completely
centralized in one agency. There are, therefore,
no completely satisfactory over-all figures by
classes of banks from the earliest days.
Prior to the National Banking Act of 1863,
when the growth in banking took place under
State laws, the only official collection of figures
for the entire country was made by the Treasury
Department under authority of a resolution of
the House of Representatives passed in 1832.
From 1833 until 1863, with the exception of some
years, the Secretary of the Treasury included
in his reports to Congress information regarding
the number of State banks. These reports were
discontinued in 1863, at the time the national
banking system was organized, and from 1863
to 1873 statistics of national banks only were
published—in the annual reports of the Comptroller of the Currency.
Since 1873 the Comptroller's annual reports
have included statistics of other banks, in compliance with an Act of Congress which required
the Comptroller of the Currency to collect and
report to Congress information on banks, banking companies, and savings banks, organized
under the laws of the States and Territories.
Information thus compiled depended largely
on reports made by such banks to the legislatures or officers of the different States and Territories; it provided neither a complete nor a consistent coverage of banks organized under State
laws and included even less information on
private, i.e., unincorporated, banks. The inadequacy of the historical data for all banks was
brought out by a special investigation made by
the National Monetary Commission in 1909 for
the purpose of securing an accurate count of the
number of banks on the basis of official and unofficial sources.2
Statistics on the number of banks at five-year
intervals for the period 1835-1920, shown in the
* See Publications of the National Monetary Commission, Vol. 7,
Appendix A, pp. 243-60.

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BANKING AND MONETARY STATISTICS

table on this page, indicate in a general way the
extent to which banking development depended
on organizations outside the supervision of the
Federal Government.
Prior to the Civil War incorporated banks in
the United States were State banks, except the
first and secand Bank of the United States, both
of which had Federal charters. For about twenty
years after the inception of national banking in
1863, incorporation of banks under Federal law
to a large extent supplanted incorporation under
State laws. In the 1880's, however, the number
of State banks grew much more rapidly than the
number of national banks and by the early 1890's
the number of State banks outstripped the number of national banks. From 1900 to 1920
State banks increased from about 5,000 to more
than 20,000, while national banks increased
from about 3,700 to 8,000. There is no information concerning the number of unincorporated
or private banks prior to 1877; at that time these
banks accounted for about half of the total
number of banks. The number of such banks
declined after 1905—from approximately 5,300
in that year to about 1,700 in 1920."
8
For further discussion of the inclusion of unincorporated banks
in the statistics of all banks, see pp. 8-9.

NUMBER OF COMMERCIAL BANKS IN THE
UNITED STATES, 1835-1920*
UnincorState
National
State
porated
Year National banks 0
Year
banksb
banks « (private)
banksb
banks"
1835
704
1880
2 573
2,076
650
1S40
901
1885
2,689
1,015
3,456
1845
707
1890
3,484
2,250
4 305
1850
824
1895
3,924
3,715
4,369
1855
1900
1,307
3 731
5 007
5 187
1860
1,562
1905
5,664
5,291
9,01S
1865
1,294
349
1910
14,348
7,138
3,669
1870
1,612
325
7,597
1915
2,737
17,653
1875
2,076
586
8,024
1920
1,736
20,520
* The data were compiled by the Federal Reserve System Committee on Branch, Group, and Chain Banking and incorporated
in an unpublished study, Changes in the Number and Size of
Banks in the United States, 18S4-19SI, pp.'91-93. Figures are as of
June 30 or nearest available date. Annual figures for the period
1835-1940 ore published in Banking Studies, a publication of the
Board of Governors, p. 418.
b
Figures are from the annual reports of the Comptroller of the
Currency.
c
Excludes mutual savings banks and banks in possessions. Figures are from the annual reports of the Comptroller of the Currency, but the figures for 1915 and 1920 have been revised to exclude branches (see the discussion under "number of banks" on
p. 10). For most of the earlier years the figures in the table are
lower than the true figures, because of the incompleteness of reports by State authorities to the Comptroller of the Currency.
There are, moreover, differences among the States in the types of
institutions under State supervision, and therefore in the bases of
the reports; many States had no department or official responsible
for banking statistics until recent years.
d
The figures for most years are only approximations. No
figures are available prior to 1877. Those for 1905 and prior
years are token from the Publications of the National Monetary
Commission, Vol. 7, p. 250. Figures for the years 1910 and 1915
are taken from the Rand McNally Bankers' Directory. The figure
for 1920 was collected by the Federal Reserve System Committee
on Branch, Group, and Chain Banking.

ALL BANKS BY CLASSES, 1914-1941
Since 1923 the Federal Reserve System has assembled from official sources selected data for all
banks, both members of the Federal Reserve
System and nonmembers, in order to bring out
general trends in the banking structure of the
country and in the relationship of member
banks to the banking structure. These data
were carried back to 1914. The figures for
national banks are taken from abstracts or summaries of condition reports of these banks compiled by the Comptroller of the Currency, and
the figures for State banks are derived from
abstracts or summaries compiled by State banking departments.
Tables 1-8 present the Board's compilation of
statistics for the period 1914-1941 for all banks
in the United States, grouped to show broad
changes in the different types of banks classified
according to function and supervisory jurisdiction. Table 1 includes statistics of the number
and deposits of all banks and of each of the principal classes of banks for June call dates 19141922, and for June and December call dates
1923-1941. Similar data for each State for the
mid-year call date in 1914,1919,1924,1929,1934,
and 1941 appear in Table 8. Table 2 presents
additional statistics for the period 1914-1941 for




all banks and Table 3 gives similar data for all
commercial banks. In these tables the following
items are covered: number of banks? loans, investments classified into United States Government obligations and other securities, and deposits classified into interbank and all other
deposits. Tables 4-7 present series covering the
same items for each of the following classes of
banks: national banks, State member banks,
nonmember commercial banks, and mutual savings banks. The tables for national and State
member banks include data for bankers' balances, which are not available on a satisfactory
basis for the other classes of banks; the table
for mutual savings banks shows no breakdown
of deposits, since practically all their deposits
are savings deposits.
Classification of banks. In assembling general statistics of banks it is necessary to distinguish banks from other financial institutions
and to select the more significant classifications
of banks. For general statistical purposes it may
be said that a bank is a financial institution
which accepts money from the general public for
deposit in a common fund, subject to withdrawal
or to transfer by check on demand or on short
notice, and makes loans to the general public.

ALL BANKS

This definition comprehends national banks
(which are chartered by the Federal Government), banks organized under State laws (including commercial banks, trust companies, mutual and stock savings banks, industrial banks,
and cash depositories), and unincorporated banks
(private banks and bankers). It excludes building and savings and loan associations, personal
loan and other small-loan companies, credit
unions, mortgage companies, sales finance com•panics, insurance companies, and credit agencies
owned in whole or in part by the Federal
Government.
Banks may be grouped in a variety of classifications. The classifications selected for Tables
1-8 are (1) those which indicate supervisory
jurisdiction and (2) those which indicate function, that is, which distinguish broadly between
the types of deposit business handled.4
Classification by supervisory jurisdiction depends in part on the incorporation of the bank
under Federal or State law, in part on membership in the Federal Reserve System, and in part
on Federal insurance of deposits. Under our dual
banking system a bank may be organized as a
national bank under Federal law or as a State
bank under State law. A State bank may be
converted into or replaced by a national bank,
and vice versa. The classes of banks shown are:
(1) National banks. National banks are
incorporated under Federal law and operate
under the supervision of Federal authorities
only. All national banks in the continental
United States are required by law to be members of the Federal Reserve System and of
the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.
(2) State member banks. Banks organized
under State laws may be admitted to membership in the Federal Reserve System upon complying with certain prescribed conditions. All
State member banks of the Federal Reserve
System are required to be members of the
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. State
member banks are subject to both Federal and
State supervision.
(3) Insured nonmember banks. State banks
which are not members of the Federal Reserve
System may be admitted to Federal deposit
insurance upon - meeting certain prescribed
conditions. These banks also are subject to
both Federal and State supervision.
(4) Noninsured banks. These banks do not
come under Federal supervision. They include banks chartered under State laws and
subject to State supervision and unincorpo*For a more detailed discussion of the different classifications of
banks, see Banking Studies, a publication of the Board of Governors, pp. 88-95.




rated banks. A further discussion of unincorporated banks appears on pages 8-9.
At the end of 1941 national banks, i.e., banks
subject to Federal supervision only, comprised
about one-third of the number and held about
50 per cent of the deposits of all banks. The
great majority of banks operate at least in part
under Federal supervision: at the end of 1941
about 90 per cent of all banks, holding nearly 90
per cent of total bank deposits, participated in
Federal deposit insurance; and about 45 per cent
of all banks, holding over 75 per cent of total
bank deposits, were members of the Federal Reserve System.
The broad classification of banks by function,
which is based on the type of deposit business,
divides banks into commercial and mutual savings banks. Commercial banks are those banks
the business of which includes the holding of
checking accounts and other deposits subject to
withdrawal on demand, and the making of shortterm self-liquidating loans to commerce, agriculture, and industry. Commercial banks include both Federal-chartered and State-chartered
institutions,5 and the group, therefore, cuts across
the classification of banks by jurisdiction.
Mutual savings banks carry only savings and
other time deposits (with some unimportant
exceptions) and they invest their funds mostly
in mortgage loans and securities. All of them
are State-chartered institutions and they exist
in only a few States, mostly in the Northeastern
section of the country. A considerable number of
mutual savings banks have their deposits insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, including three which are members of
the Federal Reserve System. The distinction
between mutual savings banks and commercial
banks is not strictly functional, since the great
majority of commercial banks also carry varying proportions of savings and time deposits. At
the end of 1941 there were 548 mutual savings
banks with deposits of about 10 billion dollars
and 14,277 commercial banks with deposits (excluding interbank deposits) of about 60 billion,
of which about 16 billion were savings and other
time deposits.
Sources and coverage of all-bank data, 19141941, The figures for all banks are aggregates of
figures for national banks as compiled by the
Comptroller of the Currency from call reports of
condition.and of figures for State banks as compiled by State banking departments, except for
B
Organizations coming under the general heading of State banks
which are counted as commercial banks are: State commercial
banks, trust companies, stock savings banks, industrial banks,
and cash depositories. ' For a brief description of these, see
Banking Studies, a publication of the Board of Governors, pp.
94-95.

BANKING AND MONETARY STATISTICS

some adjustments made in figures published in
original sources in order to present substantially
comparable data and to eliminate obvious errors
and inconsistencies.
Figures for all commercial banks are totals of
data for national banks and for State banks
other than mutual savings banks. Such figures
for State banks for the period beginning with
1923 were taken from abstracts or summaries
of condition reports compiled by the State banking departments; for the period 1914-1922 the
figures were taken largely from annual reports of
State banking departments but partly from annual reports of the Comptroller of the Currency,
Figures in available reports of the State banking
departments for the period 1914-1922 were compared with those published in the Comptroller's
reports, and in some instances adjustments were
made in the State figures in order to make ,them
consistent and comparable with national and
State member bank data.
The statistics for various classes of banks
shown in Tables 1-8 were derived as follows:
For national banks, State member banks, and
insured nonmember banks, figures were compiled
by the respective supervisory agencies from
condition reports submitted by such banks to
the Comptroller of the Currency, the Federal
Reserve Banks, and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, respectively. The introductory texts to Sections 2 and 3, which show detailed data covering member banks and all insured banks, respectively, may be referred to for
an explanation of the summary data for these
banks shown in Tables 1-8. The figures for mutual savings banks were taken for the most part
from State abstracts and reports of State
banking departments, and to some extent from
annual reports of the Comptroller of the Currency. The figures for nonmember commercial
banks were derived by subtracting the figures
for State member banks from those for all
State banks other than mutual savings banks;
and tho§e for noninsured comlnercial and noninsured mutual savings banks were derived by
subtracting from the total of the given class
of banks the figures for insured banks in the
same class (except as explained on page 10).
The items for all banks heretofore published
by the Board have included the number of banks
and the amounts of loans, investments, and deposits other than interbank deposits. Borrowings were also (included in earlier years, but in
recent years they have been negligible in amount
and have not been published. Four additional
series are now presented: total deposits, interbank deposits, and a breakdown of investments
into United States Government obligations and




other securities. The State bank figures included in the new series were compiled in part
from State abstracts and annual reports, and in
part from the annual reports of the Comptroller
of the Currency. In some instances the State
abstracts or reports did not show sufficient information for the purpose; on the pther hand,
the figures in the Comptroller's annual reports,
particularly the breakdown between United
States Government obligations and other securities, could not be used in some cases without
adjustment to take account of obvious inconsistencies in classification of securities or the
inclusion of a substantial amount of "unclassified" securities in "other" securities. It has
been necessary, therefore, to make estimates for
banks in some States on some dates. The figures
on State bank holdings of United States Government obligations for the period 1914-1933 are
based on estimates made by Henry R. Bowser
and Harold T. Pearson of the Federal Reserve
Bank of Boston, described in the Harvard Review of Economic Statistics for August 1936,
pages 126T33.
The tables in this section do not include a
separate classification for unincorporated (private) banks.6 Such banks, moreover, are included in this section only to the extent that
they were under State supervision or reported to
State banking departments—the source of the
Board's data for these banks. An exception is
the inclusion of three large private banks in the
period 1928-1933, as explained on page 9. Section 21 (a) of the Banking Act of 1933 in effect
required all unincorporated banks beginning with
June 16, 1934, to submit condition reports either
to State banking departments or to the Comptroller of the Currency. Under this provision of
law a number of such banks, including the large
^ ones in New York and Pennsylvania, began to
report to the banking departments of the States
in which they are located or to the Comptroller
pf the Currency. This provision was amended
by the Banking Act of 1935 so as to require,
in effect, that all unincorporated banks submit
periodic reports of condition to the State banking departments.
There is only limited information to indicate
the proportion of all unincorporated banks omitted from the Board's statistics. There were
probably about 3,000 unincorporated banks in
1914; the number appears to have declined
sharply during the next two years and again from
1920 to 1921, and was only about 1,000 in 1924;
6
Unincorporated banks have never been eligible for Federal Reserve membership. They have also been ineligible for Federal
deposit insurance since the passage of the Banking Act of 1935;
one unincorporated bank admitted to deposit insurance before that
time was still insured on December 31, 1941.

ALL BANKS

by 1934, when all private banks were required by
law to make reports to Federal or State authorities, there appear to have been less than 250 such
banks reporting, and by 1941 about 50.7 The
figures for the early years covered by Tables 1-3,
6, and 8 may exclude more than two-thirds of all
unincorporated banks.8 Most of those excluded,
however, were very small; and, as described in a
later paragraph, the figures beginning with 1928
have been revised to include the assets and liabilities of three large unincorporated banks.
Revisions of earlier statistics of all banks.
From time to time revisions have been made in
the Board's all-bank statistics to take account
of revisions in member bank data or of substantial errors or inconsistencies discovered in
the State abstracts. An example of the former
is the revision made in 1928 of back figures of
member bank loans and investments by (1) deducting from the reported figures of loans the
amount of acceptances of other banks and foreign bills of exchange sold with endorsement, and
(2) deducting from in vestments "the amount of
securities borrowed. These revisions in member bank statistics are described in the introductory text to Section 2, pages 67-68. An example of the second type is the revision made in
1928 of back figures for State banks by transferring to loans a large amount of real estate
mortgages of Michigan State banks which were
previously reported as investments. Further revisions which have been made in preparing data
for this publication are listed below.
Unincorporated banks. For the period 1928-19*33 the
figures have been revised to include the assets and
liabilities of three large unincorporated banks (in
New York and Pennsylvania) which did not begin
to report to State banking departments until June
1934, but for which figures back to 1928 have been
made available to the Board.
Morris Plan banks. For the period beginning with
June 1934 the figures have been revised to include
all so-called industrial or Morris Plan banks in the
States of New York, North Carolina, and Connecticut.
7
Reports indicate that in four States there are about 100 very
small private banks that dp not report to State banking departments in spite of the provisions of the Banking Act of 1935.
8
During the period 1914-1932 the Board's figures included a
much smaller number of all unincorporated banks than is included
in compilations covering the same period made by the Comptroller of the Currency, since the Comptroller's compilations include some banks which submitted reports to the Comptroller upon
his specific requests in addition to those reporting to State banking departments. For example, in 1916, when there appear to have
been 1,968 unincorporated banks in all (in December), the Comptroller's annual report shows a total of 1,014 (in June) with deposits aggregating 148 million dollars and the Board's compilation included 595. The Comptroller's figure includes 419 banks
with deposits of 57 million dollars not under State supervision;
these banks were located in the States of Illinois, Iowa, Michigan,
and Texas. In December 1932 the total number of unincorporated
banks appears to have been about 428; the Comptroller's annual
report shows a total of 227 in June with deposits aggregating 41
million dollars and the Board's compilation covered 176 such
banks. The Comptroller's figure includes 51 banks in Georgia,
Michigan, Texas, and Iowa, with deposits of 7 million, which
were not under State supervision.




9

These banks were first included in the Board's compilations in June 1937 in the case of New York and
North Carolina and in December 1938 in the case of
Connecticut. In preparing data for this publication it
was decided to include all such banks back to 1934,
the year in which Federal deposit insurance began.
Foreign branches. For the period 1920-1938 the
figures from State abstracts have been revised to exclude the assets and liabilities of foreign branches of
State member banks in New York (as reported to the
Federal Reserve Bank). Beginning with 1939 the
reports by these banks to the State banking department have excluded the assets and liabilities of
foreign branches, conforming to the practice which
has apparently been followed always by national
banks and which beginning with 1920 has been followed by State member banks in reports to the Federal Reserve Bank?
Commercial and mutual savings banks. For the
period 1914-1938 the figures for commercial banks,
i.e., all banks other than mutual savings banks, have
been revised to include a la'rge bank in California *
which through 1939 had been regarded as a mutual savings bank. This revision affects the breakdown by
commercial and mutual savings banks but not the
statistics covering all banks.
Some other revisions were made in statistics heretofore published covering mutual savings banks and commercial banks which do not affect the figures for all
banks. For example, in the case of New Hampshire,
it was found that the figures for mutual savings banks
as heretofore published sometimes excluded guaranty
savings banks and, on the other hand, sometimes included the assets and liabilites of savings departments
of trust companies. In the present compilation the
guaranty savings banks have been included with
mutual savings banks throughout the period, while the
assets and liabilities of the savings departments of
trust companies have been included with commercial banks throughout the period. Similarly, in New
Jersey two mutffal savings "associations" heretofore
have been at times included and at other times excluded from the statistics covering mutual savings
banks; on the other hand, the mutual savings bank
figures for 1919 and 1920 included one large stock savings bank. In the present compilation the mutual
savings "associations" have been included with, and
the stock savings bank excluded from, the mutual
savings bank figures.
Other deposits. For the period 1914-1941 the statistics of "other deposits," i.e., deposits other than
interbank deposits, as reported in some State bank
abstracts have been revised by deducting estimated
amounts of interbank deposits not reported separately
from other deposits. This adjustment was made
incident to the compilation of statistics of interbank
deposits of all banks, not heretofore published by the
Board.
For the period June 1914 to June 1935 the statistics
of "other deposits" of all banks have also been revised to include deposits reported by national banks
as "due to Federal "Reserve Bank, deferred credits"
(now known as "due to Federal Reserve Bank, transit
account"), to conform to the practice followed in
member bank reports beginning with December
9
The reports submitted by these banks to the Federal Reserve
Bank of New York in June 1919 agree substantially with the corresponding reports submitted by them to the State banking department and presumably include the assets and liabilities of foreign
branches. It is not practicable, however, to make any adjustment
before 1920 because separate reports .of assets and liabilities of
foreign branches were not submitted to the Federal Reserve Bank
before that time.

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BANKING AND MONETARY STATISTICS

1935,10 As explained in the introductory text to Section 2, page 69, footnote 22, these deposits are not
interbank deposits, although for years they were so
regarded.
For the period December 1928-June 1933 the statistics of "other deposits" of all banks have been revised by deducting interbank time deposits reported
by national banks. In the original compilations only
demand deposits due to banks had been deducted from
total deposits in deriving "other deposits" of national
banks. No revision was necessary in the State
bank figures because interbank deposits as shown in
State abstracts apparently included both demand and
time interbank -deposits, and the entire amount had
always been deducted in deriving "other deposits" of
State banks,
Differing call dates. The dates for which State
bank figures are available sometimes differ from
national and State member bank call dates; in
such cases the State figures for the nearest available
call date are used ordinarily. However, in a few
instances in which State call dates differed from member bank call dates, the State abstract totals covering
all State banks obviously were inconsistent with figures
reported by State member banks" to Federal Reserve
Banks; in such instances estimated figures for all State
banks have been substituted for those heretofore used.
The estimated figures are the sum of (1) figures reported for the current call date by State member
banks in the given State and (2) figures for nonmember banks as of the last preceding date on which State
and member bank calls coincided. The nonmember
bank figures brought forward in such instances were
derived by subtracting from the State abstract totals
the figures reported by State member banks as of the
same call date.
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation reports. For
the period beginning with June 1934, when figures covering insured banks first became available, a number of
adjustments have been made in the State abstract
figures in order to make them comparable with corresponding statistics published by the Federal Deposit
Insurance Corporation covering insured State banks.
These adjustments were made in the following circumstances :
First, if, according to available records, all commercial banks in a given State were insured as of the
given call date, then obviously the figures covering
State commercial banks published by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation and the State banking
department should have been identical. Where that
was not the case, the total published by the Federal
10
No corresponding adjustment was made for amounts due to
Federal Reserve Bank by State banks because (1) such deposits
were rarely segregated in State bank abstracts, (2) interbank deposits, which in most cases presumably included amounts due to
Federal Reserve Bank, were not shown separately in some State
abstracts and had, to be approximated, (3) amounts due to Federal Reserve Bank as reported by State member banks, which
might have been used as a basis of adjustment of the figures
reported by all State banks for the period June 1919-June 1935,
have not been segregated in State member bank reports beginning
with December 1935, and (4) the largest total amount due to Federal Reserve Bank reported by State member banks on any date
was 17 million dollars, an amount which is considerably smaller
than some of the other adjustments made in the State bank deposit figures to put them on a basis substantially comparable
with those reported by member banks.




Deposit Insurance Corporation has been substituted
for t!he figure shown in the State abstract.
Second, in some instances the totals for loans, investments, interbank deposits, or other deposits as
shown in the State abstract covering all State commercial banks were smaller than the corresponding
totals covering insured State commercial banks alone
as published by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. In other instances the residual figures for
noninsured commercial banks, derived by subtracting
the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation figure?
covering insured State commercial banks from the
State abstract total, obviously were too small or too
large. In all such cases where the two sets of statistics were obviously not comparable, the differences
were due generally to differences in the form of underlying reports or to the fact that for technical reasons some insured banks were excluded from either
the State abstract or the statistics of insured banks.
Adjustments were made in such instances, usually by
tabulating available figures for the noninsured banks.
With the above described adjustments to remedy
limitations of the underlying data, there is reason to
believe that the reported or adjusted figures for all
States are substantially correct. However, when complete and authentic lists of insured banks and noninsured banks become available for the period since
January 1, 1934, when Federal deposit insurance began, some changes doubtless will have to be made in
the figures covering noninsured banks in individual
States, particularly for the year 1934. For that year
it is difficult to determine definitely which banks
were operating with restrictions on deposit withdrawals and' which were in cohservatorship or in some
stage'of liquidation. Because of such • difficulties, the
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation statistics covering insured banks for June 1934 exclude (1) 21
banks which failed to report because of having been
placed in liquidation or receivership or of having
merged with other banks about the time the call for
condition reports was announced and (2) 22 other
banks. which failed to report for other reasons or
which reported too late to be included in the tabulation. Some of the banks thus excluded from the
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation tabulation
probably were included in the State abstracts.
Corrections of underlying abstracts. Corrections
have been made for errors or inconsistencies discovered
either in underlying abstracts or in tabulations made
therefrom. For example, some assets had been erroneously reported as loans instead of as securities, and
vice versa; and some special items of assets or liabilities had not been classified and consequently had
been excluded from loans, investments, or deposits, as
the case might be. More recent figures have also been
substituted in cases where the original compilations
were based m part on data for a previous call date.
Number of banks. For the period 1914-1922 statistics of number of banks, originally taken directly from
the annual reports of the Comptroller of the Currency,
have been revised to exclude branches. These revisions were made necessary principally because some
State abstracts and reports, and presumably corresponding statements furnished to the Comptroller, did
not indicate clearly whether the reported number of
banks included or excluded branches. Similar revisions have been made to some extent since 1922.

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11

OTHER STATISTICS ON MONEY SUPPLY AND BANKING STRUCTURE
Additional information bearing on the money represent a double counting of deposits, that is,
supply and banking structure of the -country is at the bank in which the check is deposited and
available in Tables 9-17. The tables are not at the bank on which the check is drawn. Deuniform with respect to the group of ban&s in- posits of the United States Government, which
cluded or the period covered. Nevertheless they are not included in demand deposits adjusted,
make possible a better understanding of the com- are shown separately and are included in the
position of and changes in the banking structure totals of deposits and currency. Deposit figures
over a period of time. Table 9 presents estimates are for all banks in the United States and are
of deposits and currency for the entire banking partly estimated, as indicated in the following
system since 1892. Various classifications of paragraphs and in the description of Tables 1-8
banking data by size of place in which the bank given in preceding pages.
The following paragraphs include a detailed
is located and by size of bank are given in Tables
10-13. Table 14 shows the nature of the changes description of the individual items comprising
which have taken place in the number of in- adjusted deposits and currency outside banks
corporated commercial banks during each year shown in Table 9.
of the period 1921-1941. Tables 15-17 give
Demand deposits adjusted and time deposits at
statistics relating to the Federal Reserve par
commercial banks. Demand deposits adjusted include
list. Each of these tables is discussed in the
all demand deposits at commercial banks in the continental United States except interbank and United
following paragraphs.
States Government deposits, less cash items in procDeposits and currency. Table 9 shows deess of collection. Time deposits at commercial
posits at all banks in the continental United
banks include all time deposits at such banks except
States and currency outside banks for se lected
interbank deposits, postal savings redeposited in
banks, and United States Government time deposits.
call dates beginning with 1892. These f.gures
These series were derived from the following sources
provide an indication of the total volume )f the
over the years indicated: From 1892 through 1913,
means of payment outstanding in the country
figures are based on unpublished estimates of demand
over that period. The supply of money, n the
and time deposits, exclusive of interbank deposits, at
all domestic banks, made by the Board's staff from
sense of a means of payment, is generally d ifined
a variety of sources, including compilations of the
to include currency and demand depos: ts of
National Monetary Commission and the Comptroller
banks. Time deposits are also sometimes inof the Currency. Beginning with 1914, data are totals
cluded in measures of money supply, although in
of reported figures for member banks and partly
estimated figures for nonmember banks. The estigeneral they probably represent savings ar d not
mates for nonmember banks were obtained by applyfunds intended to be used for current expendiing to figures for total deposits excluding interbank
tures. The principal reasons for their inc usion
deposits at these banks a series of ratios of demand
in measures of money supply are the following:
to total deposits at nonmember banks derived from
(1) estimates based on the Comptroller's figures and
(1) the distinction between time and demai d deState bank abstracts for 1914 through 1926, and (2)
posits has been a varying one— during the !.920's
figures reported by the Comptroller of the Currency
time deposits at banks could be and were more
on June call dates for 1927 through 1938, and on both
freely used for current payments than at other
June and December call dates beginning 1939. Prior
to 1928 these nonmember figures include small
times, while in recent years demand deposits have
amounts estimated as total deposits at non-reporting
included for various reasons an increasing anount
banks, based on figures for reporting private banks;
of savings; (2) time deposits and demand dethese estimates for non-reporting banks are not inposits both represent similar bank liabilities and
cluded in other tables in this section. Figures for
have similar roles in the 11
process of bank credit
cash items in process of collection, which were used
in computing demand deposits adjusted, prior to 1914
expansion or contraction.
were obtained from the annual reports of the CompThe figures in Table 9 have been adjusled to
troller of the Currency; beginning with 1914 totals of
show as nearly as possible the deposits an< [ curreported figures for member banks and estimated
rency owned by the public. Currency hdd as
amounts for nonmember banks were used. The nonmember bank estimates were based on the behavior
vault .cash in banks has been deducted fro; n the
of float at nonmember commercial banks derived from
total amount of currency outside the Treasury
reports of the Comptroller through 1933 and of the
and Federal Reserve Banks. Deposit fgures
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation thereafter.
have been adjusted to exclude interbank deposits,
United States Government deposits. These figures
were obtained from the annual reports of the Compwhich do not represent money available to the
troller of the Currency, 1892-1916; from the annual
public, and items in process of collection comreports of the Secretary of the Treasury on June call
monly called "float"), inclusion of which
dates, 1917-1925; from the Treasury Daily Statement
1
1
These points are discussed more fully in the pa per on
"Money System of the United States" in Banking Stidies, a
publication of the Board of Governors, p. 302.




showing totals of deposits in "Special Depositaries
Account of Sales of Government Securities" and in
"National and Other Bank Depositaries," on December

BANKING AND MONETARY STATISTICS

12

call dates, 1917-1939, and on June call dates, 1926- position of the various items of assets and lia1940; and from the annual reports of the Comptroller bilities see the introductory text to Section 2,
beginning with December 1940. Balances not in banks
in the continental United States are excluded through- pages 63-70, for member banks, and Section 3,
out. Relatively small amounts of "United States page 107, for insured banks.
Treasurer's time deposits, open account," are included
Table 11 shows monthly figures of gross demand
beginning with December 1938.
and time deposits held by central reserve city
Time deposits at mutual savings banks. These
figures are from the annual reports of the Comp- member banks in New York City and in Chicago,
troller of the Currency prior to 1914, and thereafter and by other member banks classified by larger
from data compiled by the Board in the manner de- centers (population of 15,000 and over) and by
scribed • on pages 8 and 9 of this section. Figures smaller centers (population under 15,000).
include relatively small amounts of demand deposits.
They have been adjusted throughout to reclassify as Classification of deposit data by large and small
a nonmember commercial bank one bank in San centers was initiated in 1923 in order to facilitate
Francisco which was classified as a mutual savings analysis of banking trends in localities which
bank in the Board's figures through 1939.
were typically smaller than those represented
Time deposits in the Postal Savings System. These
data are Post Office Department' figures for de- by "country" banks. The latter classification,
positors' balances. They include both amounts re- which was established for reserve purposes, indeposited in banks and amounts not so redeposited. cludes banks in some relatively large centers.
Amounts redeposited in banks outside the continental
The data in Table 11 are averages of daily
United States are excluded.
Currency outside banks. These figures represent figures for each month during the period 1936total currency in circulation outside the Treasury and 1941 and were compiled from reports to the
Federal Reserve Banks less vault cash held by com- various Federal Reserve Banks submitted by
mercial banks. Figures for currency in circulation member banks for the computation of- reserve
are as shown in Tables 109 and 110 of Section 11 and
as described in the text accompanying that section, requirements. The classification of cities by
page 404. Figures for vault cash are from the population is based on the 1930 census, except
annual reports of the Comptroller of the Currency for 1941 and the second series of data for 1940,
on June call dates through 1938, and on June and for which the 1940 census is used.
December call dates beginning with 1939. On other
Similar data for each Federal Reserve disdates they are totals of reported figures for member
banks and estimates for nonmember banks. These trict are published monthly in the Federal
nonmember estimates are based on the behavior of Reserve
Bulletin, and monthly data by
vault cash at nonmember commercial banks derived States for banks in places of under 15,000 for the
from annual reports of the Comptroller through 1933
and of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation current year are available in mimeographed
form.. Figures for grass demand deposits are not
thereafter.

Distribution of banks by population of
place in which located and by size. A few large
banks in big. cities account for a substantial part
of the assets and liabilities of all banks, but
changes in assets, and liabilities of banks in
smaller places are significant in themselves. These
changes are frequently lost in over-all banking
statistics which are dominated by the large city
banks, On June 30, 1941, nearly two-thirds of
all deposits of the 14,300 commercial banks in
the country were held by 154 banks, most of
which were located in big cities and each of whicn
had deposits of more than 50 million dollars.
Table 10 gives the principal assets and liabilities of all member banks in New York City,
Chicago, and in other cities in three broad population classes—500,000 and over, 100,000 to 500,000, and under 100,000—for June and December for the period 1929-1941; similar
data are shown for the period 1934-1941 for insured nonmember commercial and for all insured
commercial banks. All classifications of cities
by population are based on the 1940 census. Figures exclude banks in the possessions. For a description of the sources of the data and the com-




available prior to 1936. However, monthly
average figures of time deposits and net demand
deposits are available beginning with 1929;
such figures for one date in each month
from April 1923 to December 1928 are available
for banks in four population groups: less than
5,000; 5,000-15,000; 15,000-100,000; 100,000 and
over.12 Figures for gross demand deposits,
which have been shown since 1935, are generally
not comparable with the figures for net demand
deposits previously reported; for a discussion of
this point see the Federal Reserve Bulletin for
September 1936, page 700.
Table 12 gives, by class of bank (national,
State member, insured nonmember, and noninsured), a detailed cross classification of the
number of banks by population of place in which
located in 9 groups and by amounts of deposits
in 9 groups on June 30, 1941. Table 13 gives,
for the same classes of banks, a cross classification of both number and deposits of banks by
States and by the various deposit groupings used
12
For figures for 1929-1935 see Annual Report of the Federal
Reserve Board for 1933, p. 168; for 1934, p. 154; for 1935, p. 163.
For figures for April 1923-December 1928 see Annual Report for
1927, p. 108, and for 1928, p. 116.

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in Table 12. The data for these tables were
furnished by the Federal Deposit Insurance
Corporation; certain adjustments were made in
the original figures for noninsured banks, as explained in footnote 1 to Table 12.
Changes in the number of incorporated commercial banks. Table 14 presents a statistical
analysis of the changes in the number of incorporated commercial banks13 during the
period 1921-1941. This period is of particular
interest because the number of banks in the
country reached a peak about 1920 from which
there has been a steady decline to about half the
original number. Figures for the period 19211931 were compiled by a special committee of
the Federal Reserve System appointed in 1930
to assemble and digest information on a number
of subjects relating to the banking structure.
The data for national banks were collected from
the office of the Comptroller of the Currency, and
for State banks from the various State banking
departments. Since 1931 the Board has received
regular periodic reports of all changes in the
number of banks.
Current statistics for these series are published
quarterly in the Federal Reserve Bulletin and
yearly in the annual report of the Board of
Governors of the Federal Reserve System, Beginning with -1938, the statistics which have appeared in the Bulletin and the annual reports
have shown changes for all banks, by classes,
that is, for unincorporated and mutual savings
banks in addition to the classes of banks which
comprise incorporated commercial banks.
The statistical analysis in Table 14 of changes
in number of banks is shown by classes of banks:
all incorporated commercial banks, national
banks, State member banks, and nonmember incorporated commercial banks. The following
paragraphs describe in detail the various classifications of increases and decreases used in
Table 14 and explain other details concerning
the figures.
A primary organization represents the chartering of
a newly organized bank. A primary organization can
usually be distinguished without difficulty from a consolidation, merger, absorption, succession or conversion
of a going bank, in spite of the fact that any of these
transactions may require the issuance of a new charter,
but it is frequently difficult to distinguish from a reopening. The extent to which the stockholding interests, assets, and deposits of a suspended bank continued intact was the important factor in determining
whether to classify the bank as a primary organization or a reopening. For the years 1933-1936, however,
the figures of primary organizations include all new
banks organized to succeed unlicensed national and
State banks, because it was not practicable to deter18
Incorporated commercial banks exclude mutual savings banks as
well as all "private" banks.




13

mine from available information the extent to which
the stockholding interests, assets, and deposits of the
unlicensed bank continued intact in the new bank. If
a suspended national bank reopened as a State bank,
or vice versa, it was considered a primary organization
and not a reopening. A new bank chartered to succeed an operating bank was not counted as a primary
organization.
A conversion constitutes the issuance to an active
bank of a national charter to supersede a State charter
under which it has previously been operating, or of a
State charter to supersede a national charter. In other
words, a charter in one system is given up and a
charter in another system is procured. A conversion
from a private bank constitutes the issuance of a
national or State charter to an existing private bank
(the incorporation of a previously unincorporated
bank). A conversion to a private bank constitutes
the surrender by an incorporated national or State
bank of its charter and continuance of its business as
an unincorporated enterprise.
Only simple conversions looking towards permanent
operation under the newly issued charter and involving no other change in status were included in this
category. Some conversions are effected merely as a
necessary legal step in a consolidation, merger, or absorption, the new charter being surrendered shortly
after the conversion. In such cases it was considered
that a consolidation or absorption had occurred, rather
than a conversion, except that if the temporary bank's
existence ran over the end of the calendar year it was
considered as a conversion in the year in which it
occurred and as a consolidation, merger, or absorption
in the year following. This was necessary in order to
make the status of changes agree, in so far as practicable, with the number of banks shown in year-end
abstracts of condition reports.
A reopening of a suspended bank (other than an
unlicensed bank) constitutes the resumption of operations by a bank which had previously suspended.
The reopening may be accompanied by a change of
name and the issuance of a new charter and still be
classed as a reopening rather than as a primary organization. For the years 1933-1936, however, all new
banks organized to succeed unlicensed national and
State banks have been classed as primary organizations rather than as reopenings, because it was not
practicable to determine from available information
the extent to which the stockholding interests, assets,
and deposits of the unlicensed bank continued intact
in the new bank. A reopening of two or more suspended banks under a single charter was classed as a
single reopening. In cases where a national bank reopened as a State bank, or vice versa, the transaction
was counted as a primary organization and not as a
reopening.
A reopening of an unlicensed bank constitutes the
resumption of operations by a bank which had not
been granted a license to reopen following the banking
holiday (in March 1933) by June 30, 1933. Unlicensed
banks which were granted licenses to reopen between
March 15 and June 30, 1933, have not been included
in the tabulations (either as suspensions or reopenings). All banks not granted licenses to reopen by
June 30, 1933, have been included among suspensions,
and any such banks which subsequently were granted
licenses to reopen have been considered as reopenings
of unlicensed banks.
A suspension constitutes the closing of a bank to
the public, either temporarily or permanently, by
supervisory authorities or by the bank's board of
directors on account of financial difficulties, whether

14

BANKING AND MONETARY STATISTICS

on a so-called moratorium basis or otherwise, B unless
the closing was under a special holiday declared by
civil authorities. If a bank closed under a special
holiday declared by civil authorities and remained
closed only during such holiday or part thereof, it
has not been counted as a suspension. Banks which,
without actually closing, obtained agreements from
depositors to waive a portion of their deposits or to
defer the withdrawal of a portion of their deposits
have not been classed as suspensions. Banks which
were reopened or taken over by other institutions after
suspension have been included as suspensions. The
figures for 1933 include all banks not granted licenses
following the banking holiday in March 1933 which
were subsequently placed in liquidation or receivership
(including unlicensed banks absorbed or succeeded by
other banks), and all other unlicensed banks which had
not been granted licenses to reopen by June 30, 1933.
A consolidation or absorption represents the corporate union of two or more going banks into one bank
which continues under a single charter, whether new or
old. The term is used not in a legal or technical
sense but in an economic sense, the essential factor
being that the business of two or more going banks
becomes concentrated under one charter and one
management. Banks absorbed by other banks and
converted into branches have been counted as consolidations or absorptions. This classification also
includes cases in which a given bank was absorbed
by two or more banks which distributed its business
among themselves, and cases in which the assets and
liabilities of a weak bank were transferred to another
bank in order to avoid suspension. The figures shown
for this classification represent the number of banks
that went out of existence or were converted into
branches by reason of consolidations or absorptions;
in other words, the continuing or absorbing banks are
not counted.
A voluntary liquidation constitutes the voluntary
discontinuance of operations and the surrender of its
charter by an active bank. Voluntary liquidations
legally incidental to conversions or consolidations
or absorptions have not been counted separately
as liquidations but have been included among conversions or among consolidations or absorptions. If a
bank transferred its assets, or the greater portion of
them, to another bank under an agreement whereby
the latter assumed the liabilities of the former, the
change was classified as a consolidation or absorption,
rather than as a liquidation.
An admission to Federal Reserve membership embraces those cases where a nonmember State bank
joins the Federal Reserve System (retaining its State
charter); and a withdrawal from Federal Reserve
membership is, of course, the reverse. In a few cases,
State banks were organized with the intention of becoming Federal Reserve members before opening for
business. Such banks, however, have been shown as
primary organizations of nonmember banks, and also
have been included in admissions to membership
(under increases in State member banks and under
decreases in nonmember banks).
Unclassified changes include all cases in which, because of lack of essential data or because of special
circumstances involved in the change, it was impossible
to classify the change under any of the other headings
shown in the tables. In order that the increases and decreases might be reconciled with the actual net increase
or decrease during the period in the number of banks,
minor differences not accounted for were shown as
"unclassified." The number of "unclassified" changes
was larger in 1933 than in any other year as a result of the numerous and, in some cases, involved




changes in the status of banks, and also because of the
temporary disruption of the reporting services following the banking holiday. The number of "unclassified"
changes is very small, however, in relation to the number of other types of changes and in relation to the
net reduction of nearly 15,000 banks during the 21year period 1921-1941. All unclassified changes occurred with respect to State banks and none with respect to national banks.
Differences between the number of nonmember incorporated commercial banks shown in Table 14 and
the number of nonmember commercial banks shown
in Tables 1 and 6 are due principally to the exclusion from Table 14 of the following classes of
, financial institutions: (a) private (unincorporated)
banks, (b) a few banks which had been absorbed by
other banks or otherwise placed in liquidation but
were still included in State banking department abstracts of condition reports, and (c) a few banks still
operating under restrictions imposed at the time of
the 1933 banking holiday. Such banks are included
in State abstracts of condition reports and, consequently, are included in the all-bank figures compiled therefrom. To some extent, the differences
are also due to the fact that one or more State banking departments did not make a call for condition
reports as of the end of the year, making it necessary
to include an abstract as of a prior call date in compiling Tables 1 and 6.
While the available information as to bank changes
does not permit an exact reconcilement with the State
banking abstracts during most of the period covered
by the tables, it is evident that unincorporated banks
account for nearly all of the differences. Table 1
shows 19,103 nonmember commercial banks at the end
of 1923 (the year in which the Board began to collect
statistics of condition of all banks}, and 7,661 at the
end of 1941, while Table 14 shows 18,622 nonmember
incorporated commercial banks at the end of 1923 and
7,609 at the end of 1941. The differences between these
two sets of figures were 481 in 1923 and 52 in 1941,
and the number of private banks included in Tables 1
and 6 was approximately 450 in 1923 and 52 in 1941.
Some minor differences also exist between the figures
shown in Table 14 and figures of bank changes for
recent years published in the Federal Reserve Bulletin.
Such differences are due to revisions made in the
figures in this table in order to include more complete information than was available at the time the
Bulletin figures were published.

Statistics relating to the Federal Reserve par
list. The Federal Reserve Act provided for a
system of check collection through the Federal
Reserve Banks. The purpose of this provision
was to eliminate the undue expense and delay
which up to that time had accompanied check
collections in nearly all parts of the country.
Pursuant to the authority contained in the law,
the Federal Reserve interdistrict collection
system was inaugurated on July 15,1916. Under
this system, the Federal Reserve Banks receive
and forward for payment checks drawn on member banks, all of which are required to remit at
par, and on those nonmember banks which have
agreed to remit at par.14
"For a comprehensive discussion of par collections, see the
article on. "The Par Collection System of the Federal Reserve
Banks," in the Federal Reserve Bulletin for February 1940, p. 89.

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Tables 15-17 present statistics of banks on
the par list and not on the par list. Table 15
summarizes for the country as a whole and by
Federal Reserve districts the number of banks on
par list and not on par list at the end of each
year beginning with 1916; Table 17 gives similar
information by States as of December 31, 1941.
Table 16 presents a special analysis as of December 31, 1939, of statistics of par and non-par
banks by Federal Reserve districts and States,
showing the number and deposits of par and nonpar banks, by class of bank, and for nonmember
banks a breakdown into those with sufficient and
those with insufficient capital stock for Federal
Reserve membership.
The statistics of banks on the par list and not
on the par list include all banks on which checks
are drawn (except a few mutual savings banks
on which some checks are drawn) and exclude
banks on which no checks are drawn. Banks
"on par list" comprise all member banks and
those nonmember banks which have agreed to
remit at par. Banks "not on par list" comprise
nonmember banks that have not agreed to pay
without deduction such checks drawn upon them
as may be forwarded for payment through the
Federal Reserve Banks. Checks on such banks
are not collectible through the Federal Reserve
Banks.
The following paragraphs give further details
regarding Tables 15-17.
In Table 15 nonmember banks not on the par list
exclude unincorporated banks for the years 1918-1933.
In 1934, 55 such banks were added to the figures, and
all unincorporated banks on which checks are drawn
are included thereafter.
Figures for total number of nonmember banks on
the basis of Tables 15 and 17 differ somewhat from the
number of nonmember banks shown in other tables of
this section, such as Tables 1, 6, and 14. The differences are due to the following facts: (1) The tables of
par and non-par banks exclude and the other tables
include banks on which no checks are drawn, principally industrial banks and trust companies without
deposits; (2) the tables of par and non-par banks
include and the other tables exclude some banks on
which checks are drawn but which do not report to
State banking departments. The banks which dp not
report to State banking departments are principally
small unincorporated banks in four States and cooperative banks in Arkansas. Furthermore, Tables 15




and 17, like Table 14, exclude some banks which are
included in Tables 1 and 6, that is, some banks
which were in liquidation or which operated under
restriction following the banking holiday of 1933 but
which nevertheless were included in the State banking
department abstracts (from which all-bank figures
were compiled).
Statistics in Table 16 were originally compiled as a
part of a study of banks eligible and ineligible for
Federal Reserve membership; consequently this table
excludes some nonmember banks (mostly small private
banks and cash depositories) that usually are counted
in statistics of par and non-par banks, and includes
some banks on which no checks are drawn that usually
are not counted in such statistics (because they are
neither "par" nor "non-par" banks). However, euch
differences are not of sufficient importance to affect
the usefulness of these data as an indication of the
location and relative size of par and non-par banks.
A reconcilement of the number of nonmember banks
on the par list and not on the .par list as shown in
Table 16 and in Table 15 for December 31, 1939,
is given below:
Par
. 5,398

Non-par
2,585

Banks on which checks are drawn but
which are not included in Table 16:
Unincorporated (private) banks
110
Cash depositories (in South Carolina)
__-__
Cooperative banks (in Arkansas)
1
Miscellaneous
____
_^
13

66
44
21
3

~l24

134

Number of nonmember banks in Table 16_

Deduct: Banks on which no checks are
drawn but which are included in Table 16:
Industrial banks
_
Trust companies and other financial institutions
-

65
62
127

Net difference
Number of nonmember banks in Table 15__

—3

+134

, 5,395

2,719

Other statistics on banking structure. Other
aspects of the banking organization of the country are covered in subsequent sections of this
book, especially branch, group, and chain banking in Section 8, pages 294-322, and bank suspensions in Section 7, pages 281-92. In addition to
the statistics given in this book, a detailed analysis of the banking organization of the United
States, by States, as of the end of 1935, classifying banks by a variety of items, such as amount
of loans and investments and ratio of total capital accounts to total deposits, was published in
the Federal Reserve Bulletin for August 1937,
pages 781-813.

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16

NO. 1-ALL BANKS-NUMBER AND DEPOSITS,
NUMBER
Commercial banks
Member banks

All
banks

Call date

Mutual savings banka
Nomnember banks

Total

Total
Total

National

State

Total

Insured

2

. Noninsured 3

26,150
26,511

25,510
25,875

"~7\6lif

*7,518
7.598

17

417,992
18,260

26,850
27,463
28,091
28,489
29,715

26,217
26,831
27,457
27,859
29,087

7,606
7,653
8,213
8,822
9,399

7,572
7,600
7,700
7,780
8,025

34
53
513
1,042
1,374

18,611
19,178
19,244
19,037
18,688

29,788
29,458

9,745
9,892

8,150
8,244

1,595
1,648

20,043
19,566

631
628

29,827
28,505

29,201
28,877

9,856
9,774

8,236
8,178

1,620
1,595

19,345
19,103

626
628

28,986
28,806

28,372
28,185

9,650
9,587

8,080
8,043

,570
,544

18,722
18,598

624
621

1825— June 30
Dec. 31

28,479
28,257

27,858
27,638

9.538
9,489

8,066
8,048

,472
,441

18,320
18,149

621
619

1W6— June 30
Dee. 31

27,854
27,367

27,235
26,751

9.375
9,260

7,972
7.906

,403
,354

17,860
17,491

619
616

1827 June 30
Dec. 31

26,765
26,416

26,148
25,800

9,099
9,034

7,790
7,759

,309
1,275

17,050
16,766

616 1
616

25,944
25,579

25,330
24,868

8.929
8,837

7.685
7,629

,244
,208

16,401
16,131

614
611

25,113
24,633

24,504
24,026

8,707
8,522

7,530
7,403

,177
,119

15,797
15.504

609
607

23,855
22,773

23,251
22,172

8,315
8,052

7,247
7,033

,068
,019

14,936
14,120

604
601

1831— June 30
Dec. 31

21,807
19,970

21,309
19,375

7,782
7,246

6,800
6,368

982
878

13,527
12,129

598
595

1932— June 30
Dec 31

19,041
18,394

18,448
17,802

6,980
6,816

6,145
6,011

835
805

11,469
10,886

Noninaured '

•633
632
634
630
628

30.418
30,086

Insured 2

1914—June 30
1815— June 23

.

.

.

.

1816— June 30
1817— June 20
1918— June 28
1919— June 30
1820— June 30
1921 June 30
1822— June 30

_

1023— June 30
Dec. 31
1824— June 30
Dec. 31

.

6

'1828— June 30
Dec, 31

- -

1828— June 28
Dec. 31
1930— June 30
Dec, 31

- „

.

640
636

—-

592 '
592

__

1933— June 30
Dec 30

14,523
15,015

13,949
14,440

5,606
6,011

4,897
5.154

709
857

8,343
8,429

1834— June 30
Dee. 31

15,929
16,096

15,353
15.519

6,375
6,442

5,417
5,462

958
980

8,978
9,077

7,664
7,705

1,414
1,372

576
577

66
63

510
509

1935—June 29
Dec. 31

16,047
15,893

15,478
15,325

6,410
6,387

5,425
5,386

985
1,001

9,068
8,938

7,767
7,737

1.301
1,201

569
568

63
66

506
512

1986—June 30
Dec. 31

15,808
15,684

15,243
15,120

6,400
6,376

5,368
5,325

1,032
1,051

8,843
8,744

7.661
7,593

1,182
1,151

565
564

56
56

509
508

1837— June 30
Dec. 31

15,539
15,405

14.976*
14,843

6,367
6,341

5,293
5,260

1,064
1,081

8,619
8,502

7,526
7,452

1,093
1,050

563
562

56
56

507
506

1938— June 30
Dec. 31

15,299
15,207

14,737
14,652

6,338
6,338

5,242
5,224

1,096
1,114

8,399
8,314

7,385
7,319

1,014
995

562
555

56
48

506
507

15,083
16.035

14,531
14,484

6,330
6,362

5,203
5,187

1,127
1,175

8,201
8,122

7,237
7,172

964
950

552
551

49
51

503
500

14,955
14,895

14,404
14,344

6,298
6,486

5,164
5,144

1,234
1,342

8,006
7,858

7,081
6,952

925
906

551
551

51
53

500
498

14,855
14,825

14,305
14,277

66,556
•6,619

5,130
5,117

•1,426
•1,502

7,752
7,661

6,869
6,810

8S3
851

6550
6548

*53
652

497
496

1939—June 30
Dec. 30

. .

1940—June 29
Dec. 31
1941— June 30
Dec. 31

_

574
575

1
Figures exclude those unincorporated or "private" banks not reporting to State banking authorities, except as noted in footnote 5 of this
table. Banks in United States possessions are excluded except one national bank in Alaska, which was a member of the Federal Reserve System
from the time it opened for business in April 1915 until it was placed in voluntary liquidation in April 1921 and which in June 1919 had total
deposits of $351,000.
2
Federal deposit insurance began January 1, 1934. The number of insured banks, as explained in footnote 2 of Table 39, page 108, includes
some banks which did not submit condition reports and for which, therefore, deposit figures are not included. The difference between the deposit
figures for insured nonmember commercial banks as shown in this table and in Table 43 is due to the fact that Table 43 includes the deposits of
insured banks in United States possessions.
3
The figures for noninsured banks are residuals derived by subtracting the figure for insured banks from the total. As explained in the
introductory text, pp. 8 and 10, they are subject to some change when a tabulation is made of figures for individual noninsured banks.




17

ALL BANKS
1

BY CLASS OF BANK, 1914-W1

TOTAL DEPOSITS
[In millions of dollars]
Commercial banks

All
banks

Call date

Mutual savings banks

Member banks

Nonmember banks

Total
Total

National

State

Total

Insured

2

Noninsured 3

Total

Insured 2

Noninsured 3

21,256
21,894

17,390
17,993

*8,560
8,817

4

8,894

77

8,830
9,099

3,866
3,901

26.219
30,258
32,373
37,473
41,282

22,079
25,885
28,011
32,739
36,114

11,133
13,397
18,981
22,833
25,401

10,872
12,768
14,042
15,935
17,159

261
629
4,939
6,897
8,242

10,946
12,488
9,030
9,906
10,713

4.140
4,373
4,362
4,734
5,168

1921— June 30
1922— June 30

38,505
40,814

32,987
35,105

23,350
25,547

15,142
16,323

8,208
9,224

9,637
9,558

5,618
5,709

1923— June 30
Dec. 31

43.942
45,893

37,725
39,515

27,088
28,507

• 16,899
17,826

10,189
10,681

10,637
11,008

6,217
6,378

47,291
50,888

40.656
44,068

29,566
32,384

18,349
19,996

11,217
12,387

11,090
11,684

6,635
6,820

1925— June 30
Dec. 31

51,641
54,111

44,552
46,892

32,457
34,250

19,912
21,077

12,546
13,173

12,095
12,642

7,089
7.219

1926— June 30
Dec 31

53,736 ! 46,253
54,581 ; 46,898

33,762
34,528

20,644
20,859

13,118
13,669

12,491
12.370

7,483
7,683

1927— June 30
Dec. 31

55,797 i 47,781
57,622
49,357

35,393
36,657

21,778
22.856

13,615
13,801

12,388
12,700

8,016
8,265

1928—June 306
Dec 31

57,791
61,480

49,215
52,710

36,050
39,067

22,645
24,335

13,405
14,732

13,165
13,643

8,576
8,770

57,941
59,832

49,036
50,994

35,866
37,981

21,586
22,738

14,279
15,243

13,170
13,013

8,905
8,838

59,828
58,092

50,711
48,668

38,069
37,029

23,235
22,836

14,834
14,193

12,642
11,639

9,117
9,424

56,902
49,500

46,974
39,497

36,123
30,711

22,164
19,210

13,959
11,501

10,851
8,786

9,928
10,012

45,411
45,886

35,484
35,957

27,836
28,690

.17,428
18,486

10,407
10,204

7,648
7,267

9,927
9.929

41,532
42,125

31,911
32,637

26,564
27,167

16,741
17,555

9,823
9,612

5,347
5,470

9,621
0,488

1934— June 30
Dec. 31

46,435
49,708

36,744
39,970

31,012
33,848

19,896
21,637

11,116
12,211

5,732
6,122

4,821
5,165

911
957

9,691
9,738

1,040
1,045

8,951
8.663

1935— June 29
Dec. 31 _•

51,149
55,239

41,319
45,368

34,938
38,454

22,477
24,802

12,461
13.652

6,381
6,914

5,380
.5,691

1,001
1,223

9,830
9,871

1,058
978

8,772
8,603

57,884
60,619

47*913
50,563

40,706
42,885

26,153
27,556

14,553
15.329

7,207
7,678

5,938
6,392

1,269
1,286

9,971
10,056

988
998

8,083
0.058

1937— June 30
Dec. 31

59,222
58,494

49,097
48,324

41,490
40,839

26,716
26,487

14.774
14,352

7,607
7,485

6,334
6,379

1,273
1,106

10,125
10,170

1,002
1,004

0,123
9.166

1938— June 30
Dec. 31 „ • _ .

58,792
61,319

48,583
51,041

41,308
43,363

26,763
27,996

14.546
15,367

7,275
7,6?8

6,146
6,409

1,129
1,269

10,209
10,278

1,008
1,012

9,201
9,266

1939— June 30
Dec. 30

64,222
68,225

53,789
57,702

45,873
49,340

29,416
31,559

16.458
17,781

7,916
8,362

6,446
6,729

1,470
1,633

10,433
10,523

1,243
1,409

9.187.
9,114

70,770
75,963

60,139
65,305

51,729
56,430

33,014
35,787

18,715
20,642

8,410
8,875-

6,689
7,032

1,721
1,843

10,631
10,658

1.428
1,818

0,203
.8,840

78,120
81,780

67,472
71,248

"58,512
6
61,717

37,273
39,458

921,238
«22,259

. 8,969
9,539

7,104
7,702

1,865
1,837

•10,648
«10,532

«1,803
«1,789

. 8,845
8,743

1914 — june 30
1915— June 23
1916— June 30
1917— J-une 20
1918 — June 29
1919— June 30
1920— June 30

1924— June 30
Dec. 31

-

-

- ..

1929— June 29
Dec. 31

.- .

1930— June 30
Dec. 31

______

1931— June 30
Dec. 31 .-1932— June 30
Dec. 31

____

1933— June 30
Dec. 30

,

1936— June 30 Dec. 31 _.

1940— June 29
Dec 31
1941— June 30
Dec. 31 .

_

:

_

._ .
...

4
For June 1914 (before the Federal Reserve Banks commenced operation), the figures for "member" banks represent ail national banks in
the continental United States, while those for' 'nonmember" banks represent all State banking institutions (Excluding unincorporated or "private1'
banks not reporting to State banking authorities) in the continental United States.
6
Beginning with June 1928 the figures previously published have been revised to include certain large private banks which did not report to
State banking authorities until 1934; see introductory text, p. 9.
"~
"
"
* .. .
. .
. . . . . . . .
.
nth total
These




BANKING AND MONETARY STATISTICS

18

NO. t-ALL BANKS-NUMBER, LOANS, INVESTMENTS, AND DEPOSITS, 1S14-W11
(Amounts in millions of dollars]
Loans and investments
Number
of
banks

Call date

Deposits

Investments
Total

Loans
Total

United States
Government
obligations2

Total

Interbank

Other

Other
securities3

26,150
26,511

20,788
21,466

15.263
15,658

5,525
5,808

829
812

4,696
4,996

21,256
21,894

2,698
2,761

18,558
19,133

26,850
27,463
28,091
28,489
29,715

24,587
28,291
31,814
36,571
41,572

17.980
20,522
22,374
24,690
30.732

6,607
7,769
9,440
11,881
10,840

763
1,642
3,507
5,813
4,583

5,844
0,127
5,933
6,068
6,257

26,219
30,258
32,373
37,473
41,282

3,463
3.917
3,576
3,902
3,67*4

22,756
26,341
28,797
33,571
37,008

1931—June 30
1922— June 30 .. --~

30,419
30,086

39,895
39,837

28,927
27,627

10,968
12,210

4,331
4.989

6,637
7,221

38,505
40,814

2,858
3,302

35.647
37,512

1923—June 30.
Dec. 31

29,827
29,605

43.613
43,960

30,272
30,736

13,341
13,224

5,828

7,513

43,942
45,893

3.366
3,650

40.576
42,237

1924— June 30
Dec 31

28,996
28,806

45,067
46,983

31,409
32,285

13,658
14,698

5,592

3,066

47,291
50,888

3,996
4,718

43,295
46,170

1925— June 30
Dec 31

28,479
28,257

48,709
50,621

33,729
35,632

14.980
14.989

5,760

9,220

51.641
54.111

4,203
4,404

47,438
49.707

27,854
27,367

51,474
52,049

36,035
36,735

15,439
15,314

5,512

9,927

53,736
54,581

4,139
4,222

49,597
£0,359

26,765
26,416

53,645
55,558

37,208
38,422

16,437
17,136

5,403

11,034

55.797
57.622

4,292
4,745

51.505
52,877

25,944
25,579

57,683
58,649

39,507
40,770

18,176
17.879

5,880

12,296

57,791
61.480

4,304
4,658

53,487
56.822

1929— J uric 29
Dec 31

25,113
24,633

58,899
58,848

41,581
41,861

17,318
16,987

5.499

11,819

57,941
59,832

3,978
4,686

53,963
55,146

1930—June 30
Dec 31

23.855
22,773

58,556
56,602

40,497
38,052

18,059
18,550

5,497

12,562

59,828
58,092

5,125
5,155

54,703
52,937

1931—June 30
Dec 31

21,907
19,970

55,267
50,046

35,285
31,395

19,982
18,651

6,662

13,320

56,902
49,509

5.133
3,584

51,769
45,925

1632— June 30
Dec 31

19,041
18,394

46,310
45,169

27,888
26,109

18,422
19,060

6,895

11,527

45,411
45,886

3,318
4,134

42,093
41,752

1933— June 30
Dec 30

14,523
15,015

40,305
40,606

22,243
22,054

18,062
18.552

8,199

9,863

41,532
42,125

3,443
3,537

38,089
38,588

1934— June 30
Dec 31

15,929
16,096

42,552
43,422

21,306
20,439

21,246
22,983

11,278

9,968

46,435
49,708

4,560
5,109

41,875
44,599

1935—June 29
Dec 31 •

16,047
15,893

44,347
45,697

20,213
20,302

24,134
25,395

14,258

9,876

51,149
55,239

5,657
6,583

45,492
48,656

1936— June 30
Dec. 31.

15,808
15,684

48,412
49,445

20,636
21,359

27,776
28,086

17,323
17,587

10,453
10,499 !

57,884
60,619

6,886
7.296

50,998
53,323

1937—June 30
Dec. 31

15,539
15,405

49,565
48,427

22,410
22,065

27,155
26,362

16,954
16,610

10,201
9,752

59,222
58,494

6,332
6,308

52,890
52,186

1938— June 30
Dec. 31

15,299
15,207

47,212
48,831

20,982
21,261

26,230
27,570

16,727
17,953

9,503
9,617

58,792
61,319

6,831
7,484

51,961
53,835

15,083
15,035

49,616
50,885

21,320
22,169

28,296
28,716

18,743
19,402

9,553
9,314

64,222
68,225

8,232
9,883

55,990
58,342

1940— June 29 .
Dec 31

14,955
14,895

51,336
54,170

22,340
23,751

28,996
30,419

19,666
20,983

9,330
9,436

70,770
75,963

10.188
10,941

60,582
65,022

1941— June 30
Dec. 31

14,855
14,825

57,946
61,101

25,311
26,616

32,635
34,485

23,521
25,488

9,114
8,997

78,120
81.780

10,948
10.9S9

67,172
70,791

1014— June 30
1915— June 23

_

1015— June 30
1917— June 20
1818— June 29
19Hh- June 30
1920— June 30.

. .
_.

192$—June 30
Dec 31

,

1927 —-June 30
Dec 31
1928— June 308
Dec. 31

-..,

1939—June 30
Dec, 30.... — -

—-

1
See
1

footnote 1, Table 1, p. 16.
Prior to 1936 December figures are not available, The figures for some of the earlier years are rough approximations; see introductory text,

p. 8.

« See footnote 5, Table 1, p. 17.




19

ALL BANKS
N0.3-ALL COMMERCIAL BANKS-NUMBER, LOANS, INVESTMENTS, AND DEPOSITS, 1114-1141'
[Amounts in millions of dollars]
Loans and investments

Deposits
1

Number
of
banks

Call date

Investments
Total

Total

Loans
Total

25,510
25,875

1914^June 30 .
1915—June 23

16,854
17,473

13,171
13,519

3,683
3,954-

United States
Government
obligations 2

Interbank

Other

Other
securities2

818
802

2.865
3,152

17,390
17,993

2,698
2,761

14,692
15.232

1916— June 30
1917— June 20.
1918— June 29.
1919— June 30
1920— June 30

_

26,217
26,831
27,457
27,859
29,087

20,411
23,863
27,380
31,760
36,294

15,768
18,185
20,073
22,363
28, 103

4,643
5,678
7,307
9,397
8,191

752
1,545
3,211
5,147
3,748

3,891
4,133
4,096
4,250
4,443

22,079
25,885
28.011
32,739
36,114

3,463
3,917
3,676
3,902
3,674

18,616
21,968
24,435
28,837
32,440

1921— June 30.
1922— June 30-.

..

29,788
29,458

34,219
33,893

26,073
24.652

8,146
9,241

3,386
3,981

4,760
5,260

32,987
35,105

2.858
3,302

30,126
31,803

1923— June 30.. ..
Dec 31

29,201
28,877

37,108
37,296

26,923
27,216

10,185
10,080

4,705

5,480

37.725
39,515

3,366
3,656

34,359
35,859

1924— June 30
Dec. 31

28,372
28,185

38,131
39,836

27,644
28,356

10,487
11,480

4.432

6,055

40.'656
44,068

3,996
4,718

36,660
39.350

1925— June 30
Dec 31

27,858
27,638

41,233
43,011

29,560
31,284

11,673
11,727

4,632

7.041

44.552
46,892

4,203
4,404

40.349
42,489

1926— June 30. .
Dec 31

27,235
26,751

43,542
43,927

31,449
31,962

12,093
11.965

4,551

7,542

46,253
46.898

4 , 139
4,222

42,114
42,676

1927—JuneSO
Dec. 31

26,149
25,800

45,123
46,780

32,178
33,196

12,945
13,584

4,591

8,354

47,781
49,357

4,292
4,745

43.489
44,612

1928— June 30 3. .
Dec 31

25,330
24,968

48,522
49,339

34,035
35,123

14,487
14,216

5,162

9,325

49,215
52,710

4,304
4,658

44.911
48,052

1929—June 29
Dec. 31

24,504
24,026

49,424
49,467

35,738
35.966

13,686
13,501

4,941

8,745

49,036
50,994

3,978
4.686

45,058
46,308

1930—June 30
Dec 31

23,251
22,172

48,892
46,700

34,539
32,034

14,353
14,666

4,977

9,376

50,711
48,668

5,125
5,155

45,586
43.513

1931—June 30
Dec. 31

21,309
19,375

44,853
39,653

29,166
25,226

15,687
14,427

6,014

9,673

46,974
39,497

5,133
3,584

41.841
35.91?

1932— June 30
Dec. 29

18,449
17,802

36,091
35,083

21,806
20,081

14,285
15,002

6,217

8,068

35,484
35,957

3,318
4.134

32,166
31,823

1933— June 30
Dec 31

13,949
14,440

30,357
30,789

16,349
16,246

14,008
14,543

7,476

6,532

31,911
32,637

3,443
3,537

28,468
29,100

1934— June 30.
Dec. 29

15,353
15,519

32,742
33,735

15,700
14,988

17,042
18,747

10,307

6,735

36,744
39,970

4,560
5.109

32,184
34,861

1935— June 30 .
Dec. 31

15,478
15,325

34,588
35,982

14,909
15,119

19,679
20,863

12,716

6,963

41,310
45,368

5,657
6,583

35,662
38,785

1936— June 30..
Dec. 31. _

15,243
15,120

38,540
39,472

15,559
16,358

22,981
23,114

15,270
15,334

7,711
7,780

47,913
50,563

6,886
7,296

41,027
43,267

14,976
14,843

39,472
38,333

17,432
17,100

22,040
21,233t

14,563
14,156

7,477
7,077

49,097
48,324

6,332
6,308

42,765
42,016

1938— June 30. .
Dec. 31

14,737
14,652

37,109
38,669

16,053
16,364

21,056
22,305

14,042
15,071

7,014
7,234

48,583
51,041

6,831
7,484

41,752
43,557

1939— June 30
Dec. 31...

14,531
14,484

39,367
40,667

16,423
17,243

22,944
23,424

15,700
16,300

7,244
7,124

53,789
57,702

8,232
9,883

45,657
47,819

1940— June 30
Dec. 31

14,404
14,344

41,148
43,922

17,414
18,792

23,734
25,130

16,553
17.759

7,181
7,371

60,139
65,305

10.188
10,941

49,951
54,364

1941— June 29..
Dec. 31. ..

14,305
14,277

47,625
50,722

20,353
21,711

27,272
29,011

20,095
21,788

7,177
7,223

67,472
71,248

10,948
10,989

56,524
60,259

1937— June 30
Dec. 31...

1
2

...„

See footnote 1, Table 1, p. 16.
Prior to 1936 December figures are not available. The figures for some of the earlier years are rough approximations; see introductory text,

3 See footnote 5, Table 1, p 17.




20

BANKING AND MONETARY STATISTICS
NO. 4-NATIONAL BANKS-NUMBER, LOANS, INVESTMENTS, BANKERS1 BALANCES, AND DEPOSITS, 1861-1141 *
[Amounts in millions of dollars]
Loans and investments
Number
of
banks

Call date

Deposits

Investments ~
Total

Loans
Total

United
States Gov- Other
ernment securities
obligation!

Balances
with
domestic
banks'

Total

Interbank

Other

66
473
1,294

11
163
756

5
71
362

6
93
394

6
93
394

[:
<«

3
33
103

9
147
614

1
27
158

6
8
'119
*45fi

1,634
1,636
1,640
1,619
1,612

1,018
1,110
1,163
1,153
1,172

550
588
656
686.
719

468
522
507
466
453

450
501
487
445
429

18
21
20
21
23

111
102
123
108
121

695
685
745
716
706

122
112
141
129
148

572
573
604
587
557

1871—June 10 _ _ _ _ ... . . _ . _
1872— June 10
_.
1873—June 13—-. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
1874—June 26
1876—June 3 0
_._„__
______

1,723
1,853
1,968
1,983
2,076

1,245
1,321
1,370
1,377
1,416

789
872
926
926
973

456
450
445
451
443

433
428
422
424
411

23
22
23
27
32

144
144
155
156
150

791
805
836
828
897

176
173
179
193
195

615
633
658
635
703

1876—June 30
1877— June 22
1878— June 2
1879—June 14„ _
1880—June 11.... _ „ _ _ _ _

2,091
2,078
2,056
2,048
2,076

1,361
1.333
1,295
1,551
1,446

934
902
835
836
995

427
431
460
715
451

395
395
424
677
407

32
36
37
38
45

146
138
133
153
186

842
818
814
1,090
1,085

183
170
161
188
239

659
340
663
902
84fi

2,115
2,239
2,417
2,625
2,689

1,629
1,680
1,750
1,719
1,690

1,145
1,209
1,286
1,270
1,258

484
471
465
449
432

426
404
396
376
355

58
67
69
73
77

251
210
212
176
227

1,364
1,365
1,337
1,233
1,420

316
279
279
238
293

1,050
1,086
1,058
995
1,127

2,809
3,014
3,120
3,239
3,484

1,806
1,889
1,984
2,102
2,244

1,399
1,560
1,628
1,779
1,934

407
329
356
323
311

324
241
260
216
194

83
88
96
107
116

228
261
283
328
325

1,459
1,650
1,716
1,920
1,979

295
340
358
427
424

1,164
1,311
1,358
1,492
1,555

3,652
3,759
3,807
3,770
3,715

2,273
2,475
2,377
2,380
2,464

1,964
2,128
2,020
1,944
2,017

309
347
357
435
447

187
196
207
244
253

122
151
150
191
194

318
423
299
397
394

1,974
2,327
1,939
2,228
2,279

408
556
365
534
527

1,566
1,771
1,574
1,695
1,752

3,689
3,610
3,582
3,583
3,732

2,435
2,462
2,719
3,159
3,419

1,972
1,978
2,164
'2,508
2,644

464
484
555
652
775

274
279
304
346
418

190
205
251
305
357

349
446
524
687
691

2,141
2,386
2,799
3,539
3,622

454
597
720
932
1,063

1,687
1,789
2,079
2,606
2,550

4,165
4,535
4,939
5,331
5,668

3,867
4,191
4,468
4,718
5,134

2,981
3,247
3,442
3,622
3,930

886
945
1,025
1,096
1,205

451
460
487
519
528

435
485
539
577
677

788
819
802
880
1,007

4,250
4,468
4,562
4,836
5,407

1,207
1,243
1,212
1,412
1,547

3,043
3,22fi
3,350
3,424
3,860

1006— June 18.
1907— May 20... _ _ _ _ _ _ . _ . . .
__
1908—July 15.
.
1000—June 23,
„.„
1910— June 30._ „ „ . . _ . ...... . . . . . _ _ _ _ . _

6,053
6,429
6.824
H.926
7,145

5,478
6,026
6,160
6,674
7,032

4,237
4,664
4 ,640
5,061
5,456

1,241
1,362
1,520
1,613
1,576

563
588
680
709
713

679
774
840
904
863

1,046
1,130
1,104
1,243
1,202

5,703
M90
6,331
7,009
7,257

1,555
1,685
1,823
2,035
1,900

4,148
4,505
4,508
4,975
5,357

1911—June 7
1012—June 14..
1013—June 4.,
1914— June 30
1015—June 23. ...

7,277
7,372
7,473
7,518
7 598

7,360
7,797
8,009
8,313
8,688

5,634
5,974
6,162
6,443
6,663

1,726
1,823
1,846
1,870
2,025

718
745
752
764
749

1,008
1,078
1,094
1,106
1,276

1,377
1,424
1,396
1,391
1,275

7,676
8,064
8,144
8,560
8,817

2,147
2,178
2,121
2,186
2,208

5,528
5,886
6,023
6,374
6,609

7,572
7,600
7,700
7,780
8,025

10,086
11,897
13,913
15,713
17,547

7,767
8,936
10,078
10,904
13,499

2,319
2,961
3,836
4,809
4,048

703
1,043
2,025
2,941
2,137

1,616
1,918
1,810
1,868
1,912

1,536
1,636
1,461
1,579
1,392

10,872
12,768
14,042
15,935
17,159

2,713
3,026
2,796
2,974
2,825

8,159
9,742
11,246
12,962
14,335

8,150
8,244

15,895
15,705

11,976
11,191

3,919
4,514

1,917
2,240

2,002
2,274

1,015
1,241

15,142
16,323

2,132 '
2,482

13,010
13,84!

1863— Oct. 5 ,
1864—July 4
1865—July 3.
1866—July 2.
1867—July 1
1868—July 6
1869—June 12
1870—June 9

1881—June 30
1882—July 1 _ _
1883—June 22
1884— June 20,
1885—July 1

.
.

_„

_______

_

..

1896—July 14,
1897—July 23
1898-JulyU1899—June 30
1000— June 29^
1901—July IS
1902—July 16.
1903— June 9 _
1904—June 9
1905— May 20

! 91ft— June 30,
1917—June 20
1918—June 29
1919—June 30. .
1920— June 30

„

.

_.___._

188&—June 3..
1887— Aug. 1__
_______
1888—June 30.
1889— July 12.... _ _ _ _ _ _ _
1800- July 18
1891—July 9__
1892—July 12
1893—July 12.
1894—July 18. .
1895— July IK

„

.

_

_ '
_________
_._,_._
..______
____.___..
.-_„__

.
..„

....____
. .

._.__.
. .

1021—June 30
1922— June 30
For footnotes see opposite page.




l

ALL BANKS

21

N0.4-NATIONAL BANKS-NUMBER, LOANS, INVESTMENTS, BANKERS' BALANCES, AND DEPOSITS, 1S63-19411—Continued
[Amounts in millions of dollars]
Loans and investments
Investments,2

Number
of
banks

Call date

Deposits

Total

Loans
Total

United
States Gov- Other
ernment securities
obligations

Balances
with
domestic
banks 3

Total

Interbank

Other

8,236
8,179

16,805
16,807

11,778
11,808

5,027
4,999

2,655
2,525

2,372
2,474

1,204
1,348

16,899
17,826

2,384
2,568

14,514
15,258

8,080
8,043

17,057
17,840

11,955
12,214

5,103
5,626

2,446
2,555

2,657
3,071

1,444
1,779

18,349
19,996

2,794
3,269

15,555
16,728

1925— June30
Dec. 31

8,066
8,048

18,293
19,153

12,592
13,419

5,700
5,734

2,512
2,487

3,188
3,247

1,498
1,617

19,912
21,077

2,854
2,973

17,057
18,104

1926— June 30
Dec. 31

7,972
7,906

19,159
19,267

13,322
13,482

5,837
5,785

2,466
2,279

3,371
3,506

1,480
1,546

20,644
20,859

2,865
2,800

17,780
18,060

7,790
7,759

20,237
21,535

13,849
14,641

6,388
6,894

2,593
2,745

3,795
4,149

1,469
1,650

21,778
22,856

2,819
3,155

18,958
19,701

1928—June 30
Dec. 31

7,685
7,629

22,063
22,407

14,921
15,285

7,141
7,122

2,889
3,006

4,253
4,115

1,436
1,582

22,645
24,335

2,701
2,954

19,944
21,381

1929—June 29
Dec. 31

7,530
7,403

21,457
21,584

14,805
15,136

6,651
6,448

2,801
2,609

3,850
3,839

1,332
1,565

21,586
22,738

2,220
2,535

19,367
20,203

1930—June 30
Dec. 31

7,247
7,033

21,749
21,426

14,874
14,347

6,875
7,079

2,748
2,649

4,127
4,430

1,744
1,777

23,235
22,836

2,850
2,874

20,385
19,961

6,800
,6,368

20,825
19,094

13,162
11,905

7,662
7,189

3,251
3,171

4,411
4,018

1,811
1,176

22,164
19,210

2,862
1,948

19,302
17,262

6,145
6,011

17,448
17,399

10,265
9,828

7,183
7,571

3,347
3,755

3,836
3,815

1,234
1,850

17,428
18,486

1,814
2,408

15,614
16,077

4,897
5,154

15,460
15,941

8,102
8,086

7,358
7,855

4,026
4,462

3,332
3,393

1,564
1,537

16,741
17,555

2,000
2,139

14,741
15,416

5,417
5,462

17,011
17,910

7,681
7,475

9,331
10,435

5,847
6,948

3,484
3,487

2,144
2,440

19,896
21,637

2,767
3,084

17,128
18,553

5,425
5,386

18,051
18,951

7,353
7,494

10,698
11,457

7,164
7,801

3,534
3,656

2,630
' 2,918

22,477
24,802

3,410
3,916

19,067
20,886

. _ _ _ .... .

5,368
5,325

20,208
21,013

7,748
8,257

12,459
12,756

8,435
8,673

4,024
4,083

3,051
3,126

26,153
27,556

4,167
4,449

21,986
23,107

_._._,_.

5,293
5,260

20,893
20,534

8,796
8,796

12,097
11,738

8,206
8,059

3,891
3,679

2,481
2,584

26,716
26,487

3,790
3,831

22,926
22,655

1938—June 30
Dec. 31

5,242
5,224

19,934
20,903

8,316
8,469

11,618
12,434

7,973
8,691

3,645
3,743

3,139
3,235

26,763
27,996

4,210
4,499

22,553
23,497

1939— June 30
Dec. 30

5,203
5,187

21,081
21,810

8,553
9,022

12,528
12,789

8,754
9,058

3,775
3,731

3,613
4,215

29,416
31,559

4,881
5,898

24,534
25,661

5,164
5,144

22,038
23,648

9,156
10,004

12,882
13,644

9,094
9,735

3,787
3,908

4,453
. 4,727

33,014
35,787

6,083
6,574

26,931
29,214

5,130
5,117

25,818
27,571

10,897
11,725

14', 922
15,845

11,111
12,039

3,811
3,806

4,823
4,731

37,273
39,458

6,589
6,786

30,684
32,672

1923—June 30
Dec. 31

1

1924— June 30
Dec. 31

- .

1927—June 30
Dec. 31

_._

1931—June 30Dec. 31

'

1932—June 30
Dec. 31

.

1933—June 30
Dec. 30

... .__ .
- ...

1934—June 30
Dec. 31
1935—June 29
Dec. 31.
1936—June 30
Dec. 31 _
1937—June 30
Dec. 31

1940— June 29
Dec; 31.
1941—June 30
Dec. 31

._

...

...

1
Excludes national banks in possessions beginning with 1914, the year in whinh the Federal Reserve System was inaugurated, except as indicated later in this note. On June 30, 1914, there were seven such banks with total loans and investments of $3,639,000 and total deposits of
$3,692,000. National banks in possessions are not required to be, but may become, members of the Federal Reserve System; there was one such
member national bank (in Alaska) from April 1915 to April 1921, when it was placed in voluntary liquidation, and it is included in this table.
2
Prior to 1903, includes borrowed securities.
s Except balances with Federal Reserve Banks.
< Apparently small amounts of "other securities" were included in miscellaneous assets.
6
Includes liability on State bank circulation outstanding.




BANKING AND MONETARY STATISTICS

22

NO.S-STATE MEMBER BANKS-NUMBER, LOANS, INVESTMENTS, BANKERS' BALANCES, AND DEPOSITS, 1)15-1941
[Amounts in millions of dollars]
Loans and investments
Number
of
banks

Call date

1915— June 23
1916—June 30
1917—June 20
1Q18—-June 29
1919— June 30
1920—June 30
1021—June 30
1022— June 30
1023 —June 30
Dec. 31
1024— June 30
Dec. 31
1925—June 30
Deo. 81
192&—June 30
Dec. 31.
1927 — June 30
Dec. 31
1028— June 30
Dec. 31.
1520—June 29
Dec. 31
1030—June 30
Deo. 31
1931— June 30
Deo. 31
1032—'June 30
Deo, 31
1033—June 30
Dec. 30
1034— June 30
Dec. 31
198ft— June 29
Dec. 31

.

Total

U. S. Govt. Other
obligations securities

17
34
53
513
1,042
1,374
1,595
,648
,620
,595
,570
,544
,472
,441

76
230
556
4,594
6,528
8,012
8,226
8,477
9,703
9,680
10,109
10,906
11,226
11,731

57
197
434
3,156
4,510
6,035
6,143
5,975
6,973
7,034
7,249
7,719
8,063
8,577

,403
,354
,309
,275
,244
,208
,177
,119
,068
,019
982
878
835
805
709
857
958
980
985
1,001

12,025
12,374
12,520
12,712
12,999
13,277
14,254
14.350
13,906
13,434
13,098
11,482
10,552
10,071
9,326
9,278
10,163
10,240
10,733
11,034

8,738
9,170
9,089
9,245
9,382
9,870
10,853
11,014
10,340
9,524
8,654
7,356
6,322
5,376
4,756
4,747
4,842
4,553
4,575
4,681

12,051
11,986
11,845
11,217
10,786
11,168
11,522
12,130
12,413
13,478
14,840
15,950

4,793
5,103
5,488
5,162
4,621
4,738
4,588
4,940
4,813
5,316
5,832
6,295

7,258
6,884
6,357
6,056
6,165
6.429
6,934
7,190
7,600
8,162
9,008
9,654

-..
-

-

.-

Interbank

Other

19
32
100
999
1,156
1,303
1,438
1,538
,550
,569
,730
,868
,894
,913

7
28
59
445
546
432
338
406
392
477
497
561
519
539

77
261
629
4,939
6,897
8,242
8,208
9,224
10,189
10,681
11,217
12,387
12,546
13,173

8
26
71
482
677
636
556
642
799
908
1,026
1,236
1,124
1,196

2,007
2,095
2,227
2,233
2,281
2,102
2,048
2,082
2,254
2,435
2,352
,978
,950
,910
,709
,739
,755
,740
,893
,886

500
520
499
560
461
542
553
603
616
679
706
487
497
566
444
444
616
709
766
858

13,118
13,669
13,615
13,801
13,405
14,732
14,279
15,243
14,834
14,193
13,959
11,501
10,407
10,204
9,823
9,612
11,116
12,211
12,461
13,652

1,071
1,203
1,251
,387
,167
,355
,467
,775
,819
,890
,922
,372
,305
,532
,292
1,218
1,588
1,773
1,982
2,379

12,047
12,466
12,364
12,414
12,239
13,377
12,812
13,467
13.015
12,303
12,036
10,129
9,103
8,671.
8,531
8,394
9,529
10,438
10,479
11,273

5,237
,872
,483
,312
,370
,532
5,023
5,271
5,627
6,088
6,967
7,500

3,286
3,204 i
3,430 i
3,466
3,617
3,407
3,401
3,336
3,567
3,910
,444
,126
,231
,695
,570
,531
5,321
5,687
6,158
6,353

_.

Total

.203
,233
,336
,306
,354
,254
,313
,476
2,092
2,148
2,281
2,784
2,861
2,792
3,566
3,947
4,266
4,468

19
32
123
1,438
2,018
1,977
2,083
2,503
2,730
2,646
2,860
3,187
3,163
3,154

_

191ft— June SO
Deo 31
1037—June 30
Dec, 31
1938—June 30.
Dec. 81
1039—June 30
Deo. 30.
1940—June 29
Deo. 31
1941— June 30
Dec 31

Loans

Total

,032
,051
,064
,081
,096
,114
,127
,175
,234
,342
,426
1,502

__

Deposits
Balances
with
domestic
banks

Investments

,021
,012
,874
,744
,795
,897
,911
,920
,973
2,074
2,041
2,155

893
941
746
830
945
,005
,061
,291
,299
,458
,469
,515

14,553
15,329
14,774
14,352
14,546
15,367
16,458
17,781
18,715
20,642
21,238
22,259

2,441
2,544
2,261
2,197
2,353
2,653
2,965
3,512
3,608
3,849
3,847
3,739

12,112
12,786
12,514
12,155
12,193
12,714
13,493
14,269
15,108
16,793
17,392
18,520

23
439
862
674
644
965
,180
,078
,129
,319
,269
,241

,279

,no

68
235
559
4,457
6,220
7,606
7,652
8,582
9,389
9,774

io;i90

11,152
11,422
11,976

NO. t-NONMEMBER COMMERCIAL BANKS-NUMBER, LOANS, INVESTMENTS, AND DEPOSITS, U14-1S41
[Amounts in millions of dollars]
Loans and investments

Call date

Number
of
banks

Investments
Total

Loans
Total

1014— June 30*
1915— June 23
191ft— June 30
1917— June 20
1918—June 29
1010— June 30
1920—June 30
1021— June 30
1022— June 30

17,092
18.200
18.611
19,178
19,244
19.037
19,688
20,043
19,566

8,541
8,709
10,096
11,410
8,873
0.519
10,735
10,098
9,711

6,728
6,799
7,804
8,815
6,840
6,949
8,570
7,954
7,487

1,813
1,910
2.292
2,595
2,033
2,570
2,165
2,144
2,224

1923—Juae 30
Dec.31.
1924—June 30
Dec. 31
1025— June 30
Dec.31
1026— June 80
Dec.31

10,345
10,103
18.722
18,698
18,320
18.140
17,860
17,401

10,601
10,809
10,964
11,090
11,715
12,127
12,359
12.285

8.173
8,374
8,440
8,423
8.905
9.288
9,389
9,310

2,428
2,435.
2,524
2,667
2,810
2,839
2,970
2,975

For footnotes see opposite page.




Deposits

United States
Government
obligations >

Total

Interbank

Other

Other
securities '

54
52
48
480
747
1,344
937
825
777

1,759
1,858
2,244
2,115
1,286
1,226
1,228
1,319
1,447

8,830
9,099
10,946
12,488
9,030
9,906
10,713
9,637
0,558

512
545
725
821
298
251
213
170
178

8,318
8,554
10,221
11,667
8,732
0,655
10,500
9,467
9,380

870

1,558

857

1,667

10,637
11,008
11,090
11,684
12,095
12,642
12,491
12,370

182
180
176
214
225
235
204
210

10,455
10.828
10,914
11,470
11,870
12,407
12,287
12,151

851

1,950

806

2,164

ALL BANKS

23

NO. (-NONMEMBER COMMERCIAL BANKS-NUMBER, LOANS, INVESTMENTS, AKD DEPOSITS, 1914-1941-Continued
[Amounts in millions of dollars]
Loans and investments
Investments

Number
of
banks

Call date

Loans

Total

Total

United States
Other
Government
obligations1 securities l

' Total

1927 —June 30
Dec 31
1928— June 30*
Dec 31
1929—June 29
Dec 31
1030—June 30
Dec 31

17,050
16,766
16,401
16,131
15,797
15,504
14,936
14,120

12,367
12,533
13,461
13.655
13,714
13,533
13,236
11,841

9,240
9,310
9,732
9,968
10,080
9,816
9,325
8,164

3,127
3,223
3,729
3,687
3,634
3,717
3,911
3,677

1931— June 30
Dec 31
1932— June 30
Dec 31
1933—June 30
Dec 30
1934— June 30
Dec 31
1935 — June 29
Dec 31
1936— June 30
Dec. 31
1937— June 80
Dec. 31
1938— June 30
Dec. 31
1939— June 30
Dec. 30
1940— June 29
Dec. 31

13,527
12,129
11,469
10,986
8,343
8,429
8,978
9,077
9,068
8,938
8.843
8.744
8,619
8,502
8,399
8.314
8.201
8,122
8,006
7,858

10,931
9,078
8,090
7,614
5,571
5,570
5,567
5,585
5,803
5,997
6,281
6,472
6,733
6,581
6,388
6,598
6,764
6,726
6,697
6,796

7,350
5,965
5,219
4,877
3,491
3,413
3,177
2,960
2,981
2,944
3,017
2,998
3,147
3,142
3,115
3,156
3,282
3,281
3,445
3,471

3,581
3,113
2,871
2,737
2,080
2,157
2,390
2,625
2,822
3,053
3,264
3,474
3,586
3,439
3,273
3,442
3,482
3,445
3,252
3,325

1941 —June 80
Dec. 31

7,752
7.661

6,973
7,208

3,627
3,693

3,346
3,515

1

Deposits

794

2,333

937

2,792

Interbank

Other

12,388
12.700
13, 165
13,643
13,170
13,013
12,642
11,639

221
203
437
350
291
- 37a
456
390

12,167
12,497
12,728
13,293
12,879
12,637
12,186
11,249

348
264
199
194
151
180
205
252
264
288
278
303
281
280
268
331
386
473
498
518

10,503
8,522
7,449
7,073
5,196
5,290
5,527
5,870
6,117
6,626
6,929
7,375
7,326
7,205
7,007
7,347
7,530
7,889
7,912
8,357

512
464

8,457
9,075

786

2,848

916

2,995

671

2,910

589

2,282

589

1,491

895

1,495

1,287

1,535

,598
,789
,874
,784
,699
1,848
1,923
1,971
1,831
1,936

1,666
1,685
1,712
1,655
1,574
1,594
1,559
1,474
1,421
1,389

10,851
8,786
7,648
7,267
6,347
5,470
5,732
6,122
6,381
6,914
7,207
7,678
7,607
7,485
7,275
7,678
7,916
8,362
8,410
8,875

2,018
2,251

1,328
1,264

8,969
9,539

Prior to 1936 December figures are not available. The figures for some of the earlier years are rough approximations; see introductory text,

p. 8. 8

For June 1914 (before the Federal Reserve Banks commenced operation), the figures relate to all State banking institutions (excluding
unincorporated or "private" banks not reporting to State banking authorities) in the continental United States.
> See footnote 5, Table 1, p. 17.
NO. 7-MUTUAL SAVINGS BANKS-NUMBER, LOANS, INVESTMENTS, AND DEPOSITS, 1914-1941'
[Amounts in millions of dollars]
Loans and investments

Loans and investments
Call date

Number
of
banks Total

Total
deposits

Investments
Loans
Total

Call date

U.S.Govt. Other
obliga- securities2
tions2

1914— June 30...
1915—June 23
1816—June 30—
1917—June 20...
1918—June 29.,.
1919—June 30,..
1920—June 30...
1921—June 30—
1922— June 30,._

640
636
683
632
634
630
628
631
628

3,934
3,993
4,176
4,428
4,434
4,811
5,278
5,676
5,944

2,092
2,139
2,212
2,337
2,301
2,327
2,629
2,854
2,975

1,842
1,854
1,964
2,091
2,133
2,484
2,649
2,822
2,969

11
11
11
96
295
666
835
945
1,008

,831
,843
,953
,995
,838
,818
,814
,877
,961

1923—June 30—
Dec. 31...
1924—June 30...
Dec. 31
1925—June 30—
Dec. 31...
1936—June 30—
Dec. 31
1927—June 30...
Dec. 31...
1928— June 30. ..
Dec. 31...
1929—June 29...
Dec. 31...

626
628
624
621
621
619
619
616
616
616
OH
611
609
607

6.505
6,664
6,936
7,147
7,476
7,610
7,932
8,122
8,522
8,778
9.161
9,310
9,475
9,381

3,349
3,520
3,765
3,929
4,169
4,348
4,586
4,773
5,030
5,226
5,472
5,647
5,843
5,895

3,156
3,144
3,171
3,218
3,307
3,262
3,346
3,349
3,492
3,552
3,689
3,663
3,632
3,486

1,122

2,034

1,160

2,011

1,128

2,179

961

2,385

812

2,680

719

2,970

557

3,075

Number
of
banks Total

Investments
Loans
Total

3,866
3,901
4,140
4,373
4,362
4,734
5,168
5,518
5,709

1930—June 30—
Dec. 31—
1931—June 30—
Dec. 31,..
1932—June 30—
Dec. 31...
1933—June 30-..
Dec, 30—
1934—June 30—
Dec. 31—
6,217 1935—June 29—
6,378
Dec. 31—
6,635 1936—June 30—
Dec. 31—
6,820
7,089 1937—June 30...
Dec. 31—
7,219
7,483 1938—June 30—
7,683
Dec. 31...
8,016 1939— June 30—
Dec. 30
8,265
8,576 1940—June 29—
8,770
Dec. 31...
8,905 1941— June 30—
8,838
Dec. 31...

604
601
598
595
592
592
574
575
576
577
569
568
565
564
563
562
562
555
552
551
551
551
550
548

9,664
9,902
10,414
10,393
10,219
10,086
9,948
9,817
9,810
9,687
9,759
9,715
9,872
9,973
10,093
10,094
10,103
10,162
10,249
10,218
10,188
10,248
10,321
10,379

5,958
6,018
6,119
6,169
6,082
6,028
5,894
5,808
5,606
5,451
5,304
5,183
5,077
5,001
4,978
4,965
4,929
4,897
4,897
4,926
4,926
4,959
4,958
4,905

3,706
3,884
4,295
4,224
4,137
4,058
4,054
4,009
4.204
4,236
4,455
4,532
4,795
4,972
5,115
5,129
5,174
5,265
5,352
5,292
5,262
5,289
5,363
5,474

Total
depoaits

U.S.Govt. Other
obliga- securitions*
ties2
519

3,187

648

3,647

678

3,459

723

3,331

971

3,233

1,542

2,913

2,052
2,253
2,391
2,454
2,685
2,883
3,043
3,102
3,113
3,224
3,426
3,700

2,743
2,719
2,724
2,675
2,489
2,382
2,309
2,190
2,149
2,065
1,937
1,774

9,117
9,424
9,928
10,012
9,927
9,929
9,621
9,488
9,691
9,738
9.830
9,871
9.971
10,056
10,125
10,170
10.209
10,278
10,433
10,523
10,631
10,658
10,648
10,532

1 The figures in this table include three mutual savings banks which became members of the Federal Reserve System during 1941. These
three banks had total deposits of $7,736,000 in June 1941 and $8,009,000 in December 1941.
2 Prior to 1936 December figures are not available. The figures for some of the earlier years are rough approximations; see introductory text
p. 8.




24

BANKING AND MONETARY STATISTICS
NO. 8-ALL BANKS-NUMBER AND DEPOSITS, BY CUSS
NUMBER

[June call dates]
Commercial banks
All
banks

State and year

Member banks
Total

United 4States
1914
__________
1919
.____
1924
___________
1929 ..
____
1934
1941 ...
....

Mutual savings banks

Total

National

Nonmember banks
Insured 2

Total

State

Noninsured 3

7,518
7,780
8,080
7,530
5,417
5,130

1,042
1,570
1,177
958
H,426

17,992
19,037
18,722
15,797
8,978
7,752

7,564
6,869

1,414
883

90
94
105
106
70
65

12
24
14
18
17

277
228
233
230
129
135

117
127

13
18
19
14
8
5

4
4
3
4
2.

47
59
40
29
5
5

3
5

57
78
88
73
51
50

15
38
22
7
9

422
369
359
325
172
157

150
148

262
279
265
211
130
96

4
38
14
15
17

473
421
372
230
138
114

111
83

124
131
144
124
85
93

124
127
141
121
80
78

4
3
3
5
15

206
240
198
154
75
51

58
44

17
7

209
214
222
237
217
202

126
134
144
162
144
130

76
73
66
69
60
59

76
67
62
64
54
52

6
4
5
6
7

50
61
78
93
84
71

43
41
47
48
49
45

41
39
45
46
47
43

25
23
22
21
20
19

25
19
18
17
16
15

4
4
4
4
4

16
16
23
25
27
24

24
23

1919
1994
1929
1984
1941

37
44
46
41
21
22

37
44
46
41
21
22

13
15
15
12
11
15

13
14
14
12
9
9

2
6

24
29
31
29
10
7

10
7

Florida
1914
1919
1924
1929
1934
1941

262
253
299
257
155
173

262
253
299
257
155
173

54
61
67
60
54
57

54
53
54
55
50
52

8
13
5
4
5

208
192
232
197
101
116

91
107

510
497

27
31

330
371
342
278
160
144

66
653

22
9

262
283
303
225
145
113

Noninsured1

2

57
93
126
95 |
58 i
59

Insured*

12
-8

13
22
23
17'
12
7

Total

26,150
28,489
28,996
25,113
15,929
14,855

25,510
527,859
28,372
24,504
15,353
14,305

7,518
68,822
9,650
8,707
6,375
66,556

367
334
362
350
217
217

367
334
362
350
217
217

90
106
129
120
88
82

60
81
63
46
17
12

60
81
63
46
17
12

479
462
485
420
230
216

479
462
485
420
230
216

_„.
..

735
704
675
455
283
227

735
704
675
455
. 283
227

Colorado
1914
1919. __.
1924
1929.. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ . . _ _ _ _
1934 .
1941

330
371
342
278
160
144

Connecticut
1914
1919. ..
1924
3929
1934 .
1941

Alabama
1914__
_________
1919.
____
1924
_________
1929 ....
....
1934.. _ _ . . ._....
1941
Arizona
1914.
1919
1924
1929
1934.
1941

___._.....„...
....

________...

.__.
_______________
.. . . . . . _ _

Arkansas
1914
.. .
1919
1924 ...
1929
1934
1941
California
1914. _ _ . _
1919
1924. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ . .
1929
1934...
1941 ...

Delaware
1914
1919
1924
1929
1934
1941
District of
Columbia

1914

__,_
____

--

6

For footnotes see end of table, pp. 32-33.




6

1
1

640
630
624
609
576
"550

34
30

50
41 ;

83
80
78
75
73
72

73
72

3
1

2
2
2
2
2
2

2
2

•

10
9

ALL BANKS

25

OF BANK AND BY STATES, SELECTED YEARS, 1914-1941
DEPOSITS^

[In millions of dollars. June call dates]
Interbank and other deposits
of commercial banks

Total deposits
Commercial banks
State and year

United 4States
1914
1919
1924
1929
1934
1941

All
banks

21,256
537,473
47,291
57,941
46,435
78, 120

Member banks
Total

Total

National

8,560
8,560
17,390
32,739 522,833 M5.935
40,656 29,566 18,349
49,036 35,866 21,586
36,744 631,012 19,896
67,472 58,512 37,273

5

State

Mutua savings banks
All commercial
banks
Nonmember banks
Non- 3 InterNon- 3
2
2
Other
Total Insured insured Total Insured insured bank

8,830
6,897 9,906
11,217 11,090
14,279 13,170
11,116 5,732
S
21,238 8,969

Alabama
1914
1919
1924
1929
1934
1941

96
178
226
266
183
402

96
178
226
266
183
402

42
126
170
195
159
346

42
93
119
170
135
285

33
50
25
24
61

54
52
56
71
24
56

Arizona
1914
1919
1924
1929
1934
1941

35
67
67
94
50
103

35
67
67
94
50
103

13
27
34
49
38
84

13
22
23
32
21
72

5
10
18
18
12

22
40
33
45
12
19

Arkansas
1914
1919
1924
1929
1934
1941

67
154
191
218
107
227

67
154
191
218
107
227

23
74
117
137
77
165

23
45
68
80
66
132

29
49
57
11
32

44
80
74
81
30
62

961
1,676
2,737
3,554
3,050
4,843

961
1,676
2,737
3,554
3,050
4,843

356
694
1,861
2,532
2,601
4,322

356
687
755
2,040
2,047
3,405

7
1,106
492
554
918

605
982
876
1,022
449
521

147
269
306
302
236
370

147
269
306
302
236
370

103
200
249
255
219
344

103
177
233
238
199
307

23
16
18
20
38

44
69
57
47
17
26

452
687
897
1,228
1.116
1,541

139
299
416
601
452
781

81
187
221
300
281
492

81
162
195
258
227
388'

24
25
41
54
104

58
112
195
301
172
289

37
78
99
141
132
274

25
61
78
116
103
230

9
41
47
63
62
170

9
15
17
19
14
20

26
30
44
48
150

16
20
31
53
41
59

81
161
201
264
236
451

81
161
201
264
236
451

40
90
108
139
193
421

40
87
104
139
138
272

54
149

41
71
93
125
43
30

82
157
299
339
211
544

82
157
299
339
211
544

47
96
168
208
172
439

47
86
144
191
165
420

9
24
17
6
19

35
61
131
131
40
105

California
1914
1919
1924
1929 ...
1934
1941
Colorado
1914
1919
1924
1929
1934
1941
Connecticut
1914
1919
1924
1929.
1934
1941

Delaware
1914
1919
1924
1929
1934
1941

..

District of
Columbia

1914

1919
1924
1929
1934
1941

Florida
1914
1919
1924
1929
1934

. .-

1941




3
4

4,821
7, 104

7

3,866
4,734
6,635
8,905
911 6 9,691
1,865 10, 648

6

1,040
1,803

2,698 14,692
63,902 628,837
3,996 36,660
3,978 45,058
8,651 4,560 32,183
8,845 10,948 56,524

Member banks
Interbank

Other

2,186
6,374
53,651 '19,182
3,820 25,745
3,687 32,179
4,355 26,657
10,436 648,076

6
9
9
10
14
50

91
170
217
256
169
352

3
S
9
9
14
50

40
118
160
186
145
296

2
4
3
2
1
2

32
63
64
92
49
101

1
2
1
1
1
2

11
24
33
48
37
82

1
1

5
13
14
16
8
30

61
142
177
202
99
197

3
11
13
15
8
30

19
63
104
123
69
135

24
38

90
157
172
203
179
331

871
1,518
2,565
3,351
2,870
4,512

80
138
160
186
172
321

276
555
1,701
2,347
2,429
4,001

1
2

19
23
26
19
29
54

128
247
280
282
206
316

18
21
25
19
29
54

85
179
225
237
189
290

663
760

8
8
9
10
22
45

131
291
407
592
431
736

7
7
7
8
14
32

74
179
213
292
267
460

29
45

2
2
4
3
2
4

23
59
73
113
101
226

1
1
4
2
1
3

8
40
43
62
61
167

43
30

6
9
9
13
16
45

74
153
192
251
220
406

5
8
8
11
16
45

34
82
100
128
177
376

37
102

8
13
25
27
25
91

74
145
274
311
187
453

7
12
22
23
24
89

40
84
146
184
147
350

22
54

7
19

29
61

425
483

16
25

143
179

2
2

6

28
110

313
388
481
627
663
760
12
17
21
25
29
45

40
59

3
3

BANKING AND MONETARY STATISTICS
NO. &-ALL BANKS-NUMBER AND DEPOSITS, BY CLASS
NUMIER

[June call dates]
Commercial banks
All
banks

State and year

Nonmember banks

Member banks
Total

Georgia
1914
1919
1924
1929
1934
1941

Mutual savings banks

Total

National

Total

State

Insured'

Insured3

Noniniurod*

5
5
5
5
5
•4

4
•3

1
1

5
9

48
44
38
33
33
32

6
6

27
26

2
3

19
17
17
14
13
12

2

12
10

Noninsureds

772
720
612
420
322
286

772
720
612
420
322
286

115
114
172
123
80
69

115
95
94
80
54
51

19
78
43
26
18

657
606
440
297
242
217

179
200

63
• 17

189
208
'177
137
64
50

189
208
177
137
64
50

55
104
103
60
34
28

55
70
70
43
25
19

34
33
17
9
9

134
104
74
77
30
22

27
21

3
1

1,211
1,376
1,906
1,801
878
834

1,211
1,376
1,906
1,801
878
834

463
541
584
555
347
428

463
471
502
487
281
33d

70
82
68
66
89

748
835
1,322
1,246
531
406

512
391

19
15

1919
1924
1929
1934
1941

924
1,034
1,108
986
520
506

919
1,029
1,103
981
515
502

255
276
269
240
126
«194

255
253
248
224
120
124

23
21
16
6
«70

664
753
834
741
389
309

340
282

49
27

Iowa
1914
1919
1924
1929
1934
1941

1,455
1,676
1,616
1,286
622
644

1,455
1,676
1,610
1,286
622
644

341
435
448
311
144
150

341
356
347
265
121
103

79
101
46
23
47

1,114
1,241
1,168
975
478
494

376
434

102
60

1,144
1,304
1,293
1,077
752
660

1,144
1,304
1,293
1,077
752
660

212
247
267
253
209
207

212
241
260
247
190
181

0
7
6
13
26

932
1,057
1,026
824
543
453

217
244

326
209

611
575
612
572
444
405

611
575
612
572
444
405

143
139
147
145
107
113

143
129
138
138
98
95

16
9
7
9
18

468
430
465
427
337
202

280
259

57
33

248
254
251
226
147
146

248
254
251
226
147
146

31
48
48
42
31
37

31
32
33
33
28
29

16
15
9
3

217
206
203
184
116
109

114
108

2
1

162
159
150
134
102
99

114
115
112
101
69
67

69
64
63
55
45
41

60
62
59
53
39
36

2
4
2
6
5

45
51
49
46
24
26

242
251
250
235
192
187

223
234
233
221
179
175

101
103
93
87
69
74

101
96
85
82
62
63

7
8
5
7
11

122
131
140
134
110
101

Total

-.

-

Idaho
1914
1919
1924
1929
1934
1941
Illinois
1914
1919
1924
1929
1934
1941

.

Indiana
1914

- --

Kansas
1914
1919
1924
1929
1934
1941

Kentucky
1914
1919
1924
1929
1934
1941

Louisiana
1914
1919
1924
1929
1934
1941

,.

Maine
1914
19191924
1929
1934
1941

Maryland
1914
1919
1924
1929
1934
1941

For footnotes see end of table, pp. 32-33.




19
17

108
98

ALL BANKS

27

OF BANK AND BY STATES, SELECTED YEARS, 1914-1941-Continued
DEPOSITS i

[In millions of dollars. June call dates]
Total deposits

Interbank and other deposits
of commercial banks

Commercial banks
State and year

All
banks

Member banks
Total

Total

National

State

Mutual savings banks
All commercial
Nonmember banks
banks
Non. Non- Inter2
Total Insured iniured* Total Insured5 insured' bank
Other

Georgia
1914
1919
1924
1929
1934
1941

132
312
321
342
300
604

132
312
321
342
300
604

55
182
223
256
252
492

55
140
136
218
215
399

42
88
38
36
93

77
130
98
86
49
112

Idaho
1914
1919
1924
1929
1934
1041

38
95
74
88
55
113

38
95
74
88
55
118

22
63
56
57
42
98

22
51
46
40
23
91

15
9
17
19
7

16
29
18
31
13
15

Illinoi.
1614
1919
1924
1929
1934
1941

1,448
2 t 517
3,417
4,030
2,637
5,639

1,448
2,517
3,417
4,030
2,637
5,639

698
1,852
2,374
2,727
2,413
5,224

698
1,200
1,438
1,309
1,927
4,234

653
936
1.419
486
960

750
665
1,043
1,303
223
415

366
639
781
875
517
1,098

353
624
763
850
499
1,077

170
307
360
437
291
•758

170
278
311
373
259
593

28
49
64
32
»165

183
317
403
413
208
323

Iowa ;
1914
1919
1924
1929
1634
1941

496
934
913
860
406
771

496
934
913
860
406
771

177
416
416
389
229
415

177
334
307
307
178
288

82
109
82
51
127

319
518
497
471
177
356

K,an>a>
1914
1919
1924
1929
1934
1941

180
434
392
443,
323
463

180
434
392
443
323
463

79
176175
233
201
303

79
169
172
228
189
276

7
3
5
13
27

101
258
217
210
122
160

1919
1924
1929
1934
1941

157
323
405
467
328
543

157
323
405
467
328
543

SO
176
242
276
209
373

80
157
201
219
162
296

10
40
57
48
77

• 77
147
163
191
119
170

Louisiana
1914
1919
1924
1929
1934
1941

140
307
381
432
276
603

140
307
381
432
276
603

44
225
257
28,7
223
4g7

44
99
88
102
199
424

126
169
184
24
63

96
82
124
145
53
116

Maine
1914
1919
1924
1929
1934
1941... .

199
257
332
400
290
362

102
160
225
287
171
231

52
90
134
131
130
171

52
73
105
125
102
132

17
28
5
28
39

50
70
91
156
41
60

317
538
651
825
664
1,073

219
422
504
631
468
.844

123
261
274
321
347
622

126
227
219
234
262
441

33
55
88
84
181

93
161
230
310
121
222

Indiana
1914

1919
1924
1929
1934
1941...

^

Kentucky
1914

Maryland
1914
1919
1924
1929
1934..
1941




44
107

8
12

217
402

196
312

149
323

65
108

107
164

111
145

Other

5
5

12
31
28
28
44
119

121
280
292
314
257
484

7
28
27
27
42
117

49
154
197
229
210
375

6
3

2
4
2
3
2
3

36
91
73
86
54
110

2
3
2
3
2
3

20
62
54
55
40
65

6
13

310
443
472
396
418
1,083

1,138
2,073
2,944
3,634
2,218
4,557

254
413
461
385
417
1,081

444
1,439
1,914
2,343
1,997
4,143

28
42
43
38
40
86

325
582
719
811
459
991

23
35
37
35
36
82

147
271
323
401
2J55
"676

28
33

46
93
58
46
37
69

451
840
855
814
370
702

41
91
53
43
35
67

137
325
364
346
194
348

57
52

13
34
26
26
35
46

167
399
366
417
288
417

10
25
20
22
33
44

69
151
155
211
168
259

11
7

14
22
28
24
30
85

143
301
378
443
298
458

13
21
27
23
26
84

67
155
215
253
181
289

20
43
41
44
42
133

120
265
340
389
234
471

11
41
39
42
41
129

33
185
218
245
182
358

3
3
3

2
3
3
2
5
10

50
87
131
129
126
162

35
35
40
39
54
124

92
225
235
282
293
4QD

13
11

13
15
18
25
18
«20

12
•14

6
6

52
116

36
41

Member banks
Interbank

2
19

67
97
107
113
119
131

10
77

98
116
147
194
196
229

38
15

1
2

81
116

6
10

99
157
222
283
166
221

195
227

40
39
45
44
57
132

180
382
459
583
411
712

BANKING AND MONETARY STATISTICS

28

NO. S-ALL BANKS-NUMBER AND DEPOSITS, BY CLASS
NUMBER
[June call dates]
Commercial banks
State and year

All
banks

Mutual savings banks

Member banks
Total

Total

National

Nonmember banks
Total

State

Insured 2

Noninsured 3

Massachusetts
1914..... .......
1919. - .
1924
.._._.__.
1929
.._„._
1934
1941
.._..____

440
458
448
452
409
387

244
262
252
256
216
196

173
185
182
180
170
153

173
158
157
155
138
124

27
25
25
32
29

71
77
70
76
46
43

42
37

4
6

Michigan
1914_______. ._._._...
1919_______. ._...____
1924 .
.........
1929...
1934..
1941. _ _ _ _ _ _ . . . . _ . _ . . .

567
633
718
742
435
442

567
633
718
742
435
442

99
235
287
283
154
221

99
108
121
133
86
78

127
166
150
68
143

468
398
431
459
281
221

230
200

1,108
1,453
1,422
1,072
691
677

1,100
1,446
1,415
1,067
690
676

273
329
363
284
229
207

273
305
334
272
211
186

24
29
12
18
21

827
1,117
1,052
783
461
469

424
437

37
32

Mississippi
1914
1919-.
1924.
1929
__.__..„....
1934..
1941.. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

316
303
335
312
216
207

316
303
335
312
216
207

37
35
43
38
28
26

37
33
35
35
25
24

2
8
3
3
2

279
268
292
274
188
181

178
174

10
7

Missouri
1914. _ _ . _ . . . _ _ _ _ _ . . . .
1919
1924_______. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
1929
.
1934
1941
_._...

1,467
1,546
1,612
1,325
702
619

1,467
1,546
1,612
1,325
702
619

130
153
192
192
140
152

130
133
134
134
90
84

20
58
58
50
68

1,337
1,393
1,420
1,133
562
467

488
426

74
41

Montana
1914.
..
..
1919
1924
.____.
1929
1934.. _ _ _ . _ . . _ _ _ . _ _
1941
.

287
418
248
' 198
125
111

287
418
248
198
125
111

61
153
128
91
68
67

61
134
93
69
48
42

19
35
22
20
25

226
265
120
107
57
44

53
44

4

Nebraska
1914.
.... .
1919.. _ _ _ . . . _ _ _ . _ _ _ . _
1924
1929
1934
1941.

965
1,146
1,100
846
435
418

965
1,146
1,100
846
435
418

228
198
188
161
146
147

228
189
175
158
137
133

9
13
3
9
14

737
948
912
685
289
271

228
214

61
57

Nevada
1914.................
1919
„
1924.
1929
1934
.
1941

31
33
34
35
10
11

31
33
34
35
10
11

10
10
11
10
6
8

10
10
11
10
6
6

3
3

1

2

21
23
23
25
4
3

New Hampshire
1914
1919...
. ....
1924
1929
1934
1941 ...

126
125
123
123
113
107

69
69
70
71
65
64

56
55
55
57
53
53

56
55
55
56
52
52

1

13
14
15
14
12
11

New Jersey
1914
1919
1924
1929
1934
1941. „ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ „ _ _ _ _ _

366
386
479
567
423
383

340s
360
452
540
398
359

202
236
302
364
287
287

202
203
246
299
234
225

33
56
65
53
62

138
124
150
176
111
72

. Nonineured 3

51
21

Minnesota
1914.
1919... ...... ........
1924_______. .__..__..
1929.
1934
__.._...._._.
1941..
_...___.__

Insured 2

Total

For footnotes see end of table, pp. 32-33.




•

1

4
3

8
8

._ .. 100
63

11
9

196
196
196
196
193
191

8
7
7
5
1
1

193
191

1

57
56
53
52
48
43
26
26
27
27
25
24

48
43

21
13

4
11

ALL BANKS

29

OF BANK AND BY STATES, SELECTED YEARS, 1914-1941-Continued
DEPOSITS^

[In millions of dollars. June call dates]
Total deposits

Interbank and other deposit*
of commercial banks

Commercial banks
State and year

Massachusetts
1914
1919
1924
1929
1934
1941

All
banks

Total

Total

National

State

1,681
2,436
3,179
4,012
3,675
4,543

786
1,346
1,669
1,969
1,623
2,379

452
1,094
1,447
1,663
1,490
2,168

452
697
1,005
1,132
1,233
1,737

397
442
531
258
431

334
252
222
306
133
211

524
997
1.442
2; 035
827
2,085

524
997
1,442
2,035
827
2,085

164
768
1,145
1,564
644
1,846

164
280
391
557
448
1,195

488
753
1,007
196
650

360
229
297
471
183
239

457
870
949
970
736
1,124

431
833
894
898
676
1,056

270
506
560
584
551
841

270
472
530
578
544
818

34
30
6
7
23

161
327
334
314
125
215

66
156
179
221
124
224

66
156
179
221
124
224

18
39
62
77
47
93

18
37
55
74
47
76

1
8
2
17

48
117
117
144
77
131

627
1,139
1,198
1,260
1,028
1,779

627
1,139
1.198
1,260
1,028
1,779

278
670
824
938
879
1,524

278
495
456
503
487
806

174
368
435
391
719

349
469
374
322
149
255

90
181
119
165
97
157

90
181
119
165
97
157

42
100
88
131
84
135

42
85
61
89
58
87

14
27
43
26
48

48
81
31
34
13
22

210
500
454

438
274
357

210
500
454
438
274
357

117
235
203
215
216
287

117
230
198
214
212
281

5
5
1
4
7

93
265
251
223
58
70

17
34
34
46
17
47

17
34
34
46
17
47

7
14
14
19
13
45

7
14
14
19
13
43

2

10
20
20
27
3
2

135
172
223
283
252
296

32
51
70
88
69
100

25
38
50
63
56
84

25
38
50
62
55
83

1
1
1

7
13
20
25
13
16

614
1,041
1,641
2,327
1,726
2,363

497
886
1,435
2,058
1,414
2,045

229
581
1,009
1,471
1,062
1,673

229
408
626
858
612
980

173
383
612
450
693

268
305
426
587
352
371

Michigan
1914

1919
1924
1929
1934
1941

Minnesota
1914
1919
1924
1929
1934
1941

Mississippi
1914
1919
1924 .
1929
1934
1941
Missouri
1914
1919.
1924
1929
1934
1941

Montana
1914 „
1919
1924
1929
1934
1941

Nonmember banks
Non- 3
Total [nsiired2 insured

Member banks

.

Nebraska
1914
1919
1924
1929
1934
1941
Nevada
1914. ,
1919
1924
1929
1934
1941. ._
New Hampshire
1914.
1919.
1924
1929
1934
1941
New Jersey
1914. . . .
1919
1924
1929
1934
1941




Mutual savings banks

Member banks

Total

Interbank

All commercial
banks
NonInterInsured2 insured* bank
Other

895
1,090
1,510
2,043
2,051
2,164

Other

147
178

118
204

74
128

139
249

655
1,204
1,519
1,814
1,415
1,956

111
120
144
146
194
391

342 .
975
1,303
1,517
1,296
1,778

32
43
51
59
54
150

492
953
1,392
1,976
772
1,935

22
41
49
57
51
148

142
726
1,096
1,506
594
1,698

58
123
89
83
103
178

373

7rt>

806
814
573
878

55
117
86
81
102
176

215
389
473
502
448
665

3
3

2
7
7
9
4
14

64
149
172
213
120
210

1
3
4
5
3
11

17
35
59
72
45
82

10
6

155
228
197
171
243
509

472
911
1,001
1.090
785
1,270

136
201
185
164
242
505

142
469
639
775
637
1,019

6
10
5

95
140

132
142
150
155
209
423

3
5
7
5
11

39
92
83
124
79
124

38
71

2,051
2,164

35
60

8
11

26
37
55
72
60
68

60
68

13
22

5
11

84
171
114
158
92
146

48
61

29
70
53
49
55
67

182
430
401
389
219
290

27
61
45
44.
65
66

91
175
158
172
161
221

1
2
1
2

1
2
1
2

1

16
32
33
45
16
45

1

6
12
13
IS
13
44

'183
"196

3
3
3
3
4
5

28
48
67
84
65
96

3
3
3
3
4
5

21
35
47
60
52
79

120
186

28
21
24
40
28
45

469
866
1,411
2,019
1,386
1,999

19
17
19
24
21
40

210
564
990
1,447
1,041
1,633

10
9

3
2

7
9

323
369

6
7

103
121
153
195
183
196

29
2

117
155
206
269
312
319

192
133

BANKING AND MONETARY STATISTICS

30

NO. 8-ALL BANKS-NUMBER AND DEPOSITS, BY CLASS
NUMBER
[June call dates]
Mutual sayings banks

Commercial banks
All
banks

State and year

Nonmember banks

Member banks
Total
National

Total
New Mexico
1914
1919
1924
1929
1934
1941

Noninfiured >

84
113
76
58
43
41

„
..-.

North Carolina
1914
1919
1924
1929
1934
1941
North Dakota
1914
1919
1924 -.
1929
1934
1941

.
. .

84
113
76
58
43
41

37
51
35
30
27
27

37
44
33
28
24
22

7
2
2
3
5

47
62
41
28
16
14

957
1,021
1,120
1,143
935
864

817
880
972
993
797
730

481
562
621
673
574
572

481
480
523
562
459
425

82
98
111
115
147

336
318
351
320
223
158

186
142

27
16

476
523
554
428
243
228

476
523
554
428
243
228

73
88
95
81
52
54

73
82
83
73
42
44

6
12
8
10
10

403
435
459
347
191
174

183
166

769
882
687
433
210
160

769
882
687
433
210
160

146
177
169
126

5
4
1

I!

146
172
165
125
71
45

623
705
518
307
139
115

128
105

379
428
450
397
316
372

379
369
359
323
248
242

915
925
808
649
416
390

915
925
808
649
416
390

343
351
428
309
220
218

343
343
421
307
219
207

258
265
277
235
105
73

258
265
277
235
104
72

84
98
135
119
59
32

,322
,477
,650
,590
,112
,085

1,311
1,468
1,641
1,582
1,105
1,078

50
48
45
33
35
35
375
421
411
223
126
151

Noninsurea s

140
141
148
150
138
134

2
4

136
130

3
3
3
3
3
3

3
3

11
10

1,101
1,147
1,104
1,026
685
692

Insured2

Total

8
8

1,104
1,150
1,107
1,029
688
695

New York
1914
1919
1924
1929
1934
1941

15
13

1
1

8

.

Ohio
1914
1919
1924
1929
1934
1941
Oklahoma
1914
1919
1924 1929
1934
1941 Oregon
1914
1919
1924
1929
1934
1941

Insured 2

Total

State

.-

Pennsylvania
1914
1919
1924
1929 .
1934
1941
Rhode Island
1914
1919
1924
1929
1934
1941
South Carolina
1914
1919
1924 . 1929
1934
1941

.
„„

„__„

722
719
654
629
369
320

345
301

24
19

2
1
11

572
574
380
340
196
172

176'
163

20
9

84
87
97
93
53
26

11
38
26
6
6

174
167
142
116
45
40

42
37

3
3

1
1

1
1

837
874
941
962
769
776

837
834
864
861
697
687

40
77
101
72
89

474
594
700
620
336
302

48
28

11
9
9
8
7
7

2
6

35
33
31
24
26
26

19
20
20
14
14
14

19
17
17
10
12
12

3
3
4
2
2

16
13
11
10
12
12

2
2

10
10

15
15
14
9
9
9

375
421
411
223
126
151

51
93
100
61
22
27

51
79
81
53
18
22

14
19
8
4
5

324
328
311
162
104
124

63
87

41
37

For footnotes see end of table, pp. 32-33.




59
91
74
68
130

8

288
274

5
1

9
9

ALL BANKS

31

OF BANK AND BY STATES, SELECTED YEARS, 1914-194t-Continiud
DEPOSITS i
[In millions of dollars. June call dates]
Total deposits

Interbank and other deposits
of commercial banks

Commercial banks
State and year

Mutual savings banks

AH
banks

Nonmember banks

Member banks
Total
Total

National

State

Total

NonInsured2 insured*

All commercial
banks

Member banks

Non- InterInsured* insured* bank

Other

2
2
1
1
1
3

22
40
31
43
29
66

2
2
1
1
1
3

IS
2(!
23
32
25
54

1,063
1,457
1,587
1,665
1,902
5,012

3,162
6,717
8,112
10,499
9,032
16,796

795
1,431
1,554
1,633
1,798
4,662

1,298
5,914
7,110
9,017
8,234
15,419

4
8

8
19
22
26
35
145

98
228
321
340
209
448

6
16
19
22
32
133

35
105
159
180
123
254

1
2

4
11
3
3
2
4

83
197
137
121
58
80

3
9
3
3
2
4

33
76
67
71
43
50

93
125
116
123
87
245

812
1,660
2,083
2,467
1,408
2,700

84
120
110
117
84
243

336
1,019
1,650
1,883
1.174
2,356

3
1

10
31
29
39
37
80

115
318
328
431
273
427

8
23
28
38
36
79

76
211
270
348
236
370

4
4

3

3

13
17
17
16
15
24

110
213
244
263
183
365

10
16
16
15
15
24

64
150
18f
213
160
337

75
72

217
277
338
445
511
621

5
563

506
58

285
280
347
291
424
810

1,533
2,690
3,697
4,538
3,269
4,823

264
265
333
267
407
789

825
1,843
2,490
3,140
2,714
4,081

66
65

82
101
140
169
170
180

170
180

4
4
4
6
11
13

146
193
268
330
270
352

2
4
4
5
11
12

29
162
247
302
199
280

4
10
9
8
9
12

66
174
202
170
80
179

3
8
7
7
6
12

22
81
105
100
37
127

Total

Interbank

Other

New Mexico

1014
1919
1924
1929
1934
1941

17
28
23
33
25
57

17
27
23
32
25
55

1
1
3

7
14
9
11
5
12

4,225
8.174
9,698
12,164
10,934
21,808

2,093
7,345
8.665
10.649
10.032
20,071

2,093
4,185
4,552
4,521
3,973
8,468

3,160
4,112
6,028
6,059
11,603

2,132
829
1,033
1,615
902
1,737

106
247
342
366
244
593

106
247
342
366
244
593

41
121
177
201
155
387

41
95
127
137
59
139

26
50
65
96
248

65
126
165
165
89
206

87
208
140
124
60
85

36
85
70
74
45
54

36
82
69
74
45
54

970
1,750
2,271
2,695
1.606
3,071

905
1,685
2,199
2,591
1,495
2.946

420
1,139
1,660
2,000
1,258
2,600

420
751
687
699
688
1,328

125
348
367
470
310
508

125
348
357
470
310
508

84
234
298
386
272
449

84
226
297
385
272
443

122
230
261
279
198
392

122
230
261
279
198
389

63
166
202
228
175
361

2,035
3.248
4,382
6,274
4,193
6,254

. ..

24
42
32
44
31
70

87
208
140
124
60
85

... .

24
42
32
44
31
70

5,997
10,353
12,972
16,627
16,073
27,457

- -

1,818
2,971
4,044
4,829
3.683
5.633

233
297
412
504
461
545
70
184
211
177
89
191

2

5
12

New York

idi4
1919
1924
1929
1934
1941

564
636

338
1,102

1,772
2,179
3,274
4,463
5,140
5,649

494
742

4,646
4,907

North Carolina

1914
1919
1924
1929

....

1934.
1941

85
198

North Dakota8

1914
1919
1924
1929

1934....
1941

4
1

51
123
70
50
15
31

14
29

Ohio

1914
1919
1924
1929
1934
1941

- ,

.

388
974
1,301
570.
1,271

485
546
539
691
237
346

232
340

5
6

65
65
72
104
111
125

111
125

Oklahoma

1914
1919
1924

1929
1934
1941
Oregon
1914
1919
19241929
1934
1941

..__,».
„ ..

6

41
114
59
84
38
59

63
138
153
204
173
356

28
49
25
2
5

59
64
59
51
23
29

1,089
2,109
2,823
3,408
3,121
4,870

1,089
1,741
2,204
2,481
2,133
3.401

368
619
927
988
1,469

729
862
1,221
1,421
662
763

151
196
272
335
281
364

32
166
250
307
210
292

32
42
54
41
78
132

123
197
265
132
160

119
30
22
28
72
72

70
184
211
177
89
191

25
89
113
106
42
139

25
79
98
98
36
128

9
15
8
6
12

45
95
98
71
46
51

9
1
1

35
57

19
25

Pennsylvania

1914
1919

1924
1929
1934
1941

Rhode Island
1914
1919
1924
1929
1934
1941

South Carolina
1914
1919
1924
1929
1934
1941

... .




486
691

6
7

37
43

10
9

32

BANKING AND MONETARY STATISTICS
NO. &-ALL BANKS-NUMBER AND DEPOSITS, BY CUSS
NUMBER

[June call dates]
Mutual savinga banks

Commercial banks
State and year

All
banks

Nonmember banks

Member banks
Total
Total

National

Total

State

Insured3

Noninsured >

South Dakota
1914
1919
1924
1929. _.
1934
1941

636
655
553
396
212
162

636
655
553
396
• 212
162

105
138
130
102
87
60

105
126
116
93
64
38

12
14
9
23
22

531
517
423
294
125
102

125
101

489
519
569
490
329
297

489
519
569
490
329
297

113
109
121
104
75
78

113
103
108
99
71
71

6
13
5
4
7

376
410
448
386
254
219

239
210

1,386
1,450
1,522
1,333
957
836

518
647
749
707
511
527

518
543
573
623
456
445

104
176
84
55
82

868
803
773
626
446
309

312
255

134
54

Utah
1914
1919
1924..
1929
1934
1941

113
125
116
105
60
60

113
125
116
105
60
60

23
49
50
43
32
34

23
26
20
20
14
13

23
30
23
18
21

90
76
66
62
28
26

28
26

Vermont
1914
1919
1924
1929
1934
1941

106
106
105
104
94
81

85
86
86
85
75
73

49
48
46
46
42
40

49
48
46
46
42
40

Virginia
1914
1919
1924
1929
1934
1941

398
448
523
481
328
314

398
448
523
481
328
314

133
164
194
177
155
180

133
153
182
164
132
130

Washington
1914.
1919
1924
1929
1934
1941

353
369
379
344
202
138

353
368
377
339
199
135

77
112
159
148
94
57

West Virginia
1914
1919
1924
1929
1934
1941

315
336
350
310
181
181

314
335
350
310
181
181

Wisconsin
1914
1919
1924
1929.
1934
1941

787
945
993
964
639
569

Wyoming
1914
1919
1924
1929
1934
1941

104
148
116
87
63
58

Notinjured *

15
9

1,386
1,450
1,522
1,333
957
836

Insured*

1

Tennessee
1914,
1919
1924
1929
1 3 . . . ..
94...
1941

Total

Texas
1914
1919.. „
1924
1929
1934
1941

36
38
39
*°
33
33

31
32

2

11
12
13
23
50

265
284
329
304
173
134

163
132

29
47
42
27
14

276
256
218
191
105
78

119
123
142
132
96
98

119
119
125
116
78
77

4
17
16
18
21

195
212
208
178
85
83

782
938
987
958
636
565

131
180
185
174
119
•144

131
147
155
157
105
99

33
30
17
14
«45

651
758
802
784
517
423

500
412

104
148
116
87
63
58

32
42
40
28
34
35

32
42
37
25
26
26

3
3
8
9

72
106
76
59
29
23

19
8

1
2
5
3
3

3
3

10
2

77
83
112
106
67
43

21
20
19
19
19
8

29
23

91
73

14
5

1
1
72
75

13
8

17
11

5
7
6
6
3
"4

3
•3

1

1 Where no deposit figure is shown, the amount reported or computed was either none or less than (500,000. The sum of the deposit figures
by class of bank and by States is not necessarily the same as the given State and United States totals, because the figures were first computed
in thousands of dollars and then rounded to the nearest million dollars.
2
Federal deposit insurance began January 1, 1934. See footnote 2, Table 1, p. 16.
' These figures are derived residuals and are subject to^some revision; see introductory text, pp. 8 and 10.
4
6 See footnote 4, Table 1, p. 17.
The United States total includes one national bank in Alaska, which was a member of the Federal Reserve System from the time it opened
for business in April 1915 until it was placed in voluntary liquidation in April 1921, and which in'June 1919 had total deposits of (351,000.




ALL BANKS

33

OF BANK AND BY STATES, SELECTED YEARS, 1514-1141-Continued
DEPOSITS i

[In millions of dollars. June call dates]
Interbank and other deposits
of commercial banks

Total deposits
Commercial banks
State and year

All
banks

Member banks
Total
Total

National State

Mutual savings banks
All commercial
Nonmember banks
banks
NonNon- 3 Inter2
Total Insured insured* Total Insured* infiurcd bank
Other

South Dakota
1914
1919
1924
1929
1934
1941

95
268
178
154
70
107

95
268
178
154
70
107

36
111
73
77
51
78

36
95
66
71
42
63

16
7
6
9
15

59
157
105
77
19
29

Tennessee
1914
1919
1924
1929
1934
1941

147
305
369
437
320
679

147
305
369
437
320
679

79
200
232
261
248
563

79
147
164
231
240
512

52
69
30
8
51

68
105
137
176
72
116

Texas
1914
1919
1924 .
.
1929
1934
1941

309
708
874
1,134
975
1,838

309
708
874
1,134
975
1,838

225
548
691
933
861
1,686

225
500
622
880
826
1,609

48
69
54
35
77

84
160
183
201
114
152

Utah
1914
1919. .1924
_.„.
1929
1934
1941

63
114
123
147
103
178

63
114
123
147
103
178

24
82
85
92
82
147

24
47
44
52
47
83

35
41
40
36
64

39
32
38
55
20
31

Vermont
1914
1919
1924
1929
1934 .
1941

114
147
192
243
169
177

61
87
113
144
94
119

21
33
45
62
42
60

21
33
45
62
42
60

Virginia
1914
1919
1924
1929
1934
1941

172
384
445
487
422
763

172
384
445
487
422
763

111
271
320
351
331
607

111
253
285
287
266
459

IS
35
64
65
148

61
113
125
136
91
156

Washington
1914.
1919
1924
1929
1934
1941

198
365
398
486
351
695

198
355
369
432
302
620

99
254
290
353
270
573

99
200
253
296
219
547

53
37
56
51
26

99
101
79
79
33
47

West Virginia
1914
1919
1924
1929
1934.
1941

144
244
344
341
225
351

142
242
344
341
225
351

66
118
181
193
176
269

66
110
152
158
120
190

9
29
35
56
79

76
124
163
148
49
82

370
646
810
965
626
1,093

368
643
805
956
622
1,088

165
360
432
497
400
6767

165
211
337
434
345
613

83
94
63
55
6153

203
283
373
459
222
326

23
72
68
63
44
73

23
72
68
63
44
73

15
46
47
36
34
58

15
46
46
36
31
53

1
1
3
5

8
26
21
27
10
15

Wisconsin
1914
1919
1924
1929
1934
1941

„_

Wyoming
1914
1919
1924
1929 .
1934
1941

40
54
68
82
52
59

Member banks
Interbank

Other

68
113

79
130

1

88
243
171
149
67
103

4
22
6
4
3
4

32
90
67
72
48
74

4
3

14
36
30
27
43
145

133
269
339
410
277
534

10
36
29
27
42
144

69
164
203
235
206
419

35
22

39
93
92
100
133
319

271
.614
782
1,033
842
1,519

35
85
86
96
131
316

191
462
605
837
730
1,370

6
14
11
15
10
23

57
100
112
133
92
155

5
13
10
14
10
23

19
69
75
78
72
125

1
2
1
1
1
1

60
85
112
143
92
118

]
2
1
1
1
]

20
31
44
61
41
59

16
41
33
28
39
99

156
343
407
459
383
664

15
39
36
27
38
96

96
232
283
324
293
511

16
32
27
36
36
64

182
324
343
396
266
556

14
29
25
34
33
63

85
225
265
318
237
510

2
2

19
28

7
26
7
5
3
4

6
8
11
9
9
21

136
233
333
333
217
330

4
6
8
7
8
20

62
113
173
186
168*
249

2
3
5
9
4
6
5

25
44
44
44
45
95

344
598
762
911
577
993

21
42
41
42
44
94

145
317
390
455
356
^73

1
5
4
2
3
6

22
67
64
61
41
67

1
5
3
2
3
6

14
41
44
34
31
52

20
31
53
60
79
99
75
58

52
59

87
155

22
36

45
76

218
319

10
15

75
58

4
1

11
11

10
29
54
49
75

49
75

4
6

4
7

4
«5

6
The figures for member (commercial) banks and those for mutual savings (non-commercial) banks both include one mutual savings bank in
Indiana with total deposits of $3,218,000 and two in Wisconsin with total deposits of $4,518,000, which became members of the Federal Reserve
System in April 1941. The total for "all banks," however, includes such banks only once; and they are not included in the total for "commercial
banks."
7
The difference (9 million) between total deposits as shown in this table and in Table 43 represents deposits of the, four insured ban Ice in
United States possessions, deposits for which are included in Table 43.
s Figures exclude Bank of North Dakota, owned and operated by the State, with deposits of $33,000,000 on December 31, 1941.




BANKING AND MONETARY STATISTICS

34

NO.t-DEPOSITS AND CURRENCY-ADJUSTED DEPOSITS OF ALL BANKS AND
CURRENCY OUTSIDE BANKS, 189MM1
[In millions of dollars]
Total
deposits
adjusted
and
currency
outaide
banks

Total
demand
deposits
adjusted
and
currency
outside
banks

Total
deposits
adjusted

Demand
deposits
adjusted i

United
States
Government
deposits3

5,838
5,868
5,787
6.032

3,895
3,847
3,779
3,931

4,823
4,787
4,815
5.061

2,880
2,766
2,807
2,960

14
14
14
13

1,929
2,007
1,994
2,088

470
456
456
491

1,459
1,651
1,638
1,597

1,015
1,081
972
971

6,048
6,205
7,032
8,036
8,865

3,813
3,884
4,582
5,343
5,751

5,074
5,192
5,882
6,855
7,534

2.839
2,871
3,432
4,162
4,420

15
16
53
76
99

2,220
2,305
2,397
2,617
3,015

632
568
672
656
881

1,688
1,737
1,825
1.961
2,134

974
1.013
1,150
1,181
1,331

1801 —June 30
1802—June 30
1903 —June 30
1904—June 30
1905—June 30

10,013
10,839
11,452
11,973
13,237

6,599
7,150
7,505
7,818
8,698

8.618
9,408
9,909
10,411
11,608

5.204
5,719
5,962
6,256
7,069

99
124
147
110
75

3.315
3,665
3,800
4,045
4,464

1.055
1,186
1,288
1,443
1.727

2,260
2,380
2,512
2,602
2,737

1,385
1,431
1,543
1,562
1.628

1906—June 30
1907—June 30
1908— June 30
1909—June 30
1910—June 30

14,121
15,102
14,718
15.794
16,977

9,263
9,572
9,095
9,459
9,979

12,362
13,402
13,007
14,103
16,252

7,504
7,872
7,384
7,768
8,254

89
180
130
70
54

4,769
5,350
5,493
6,265
6,944

1,860
2,295
2,427
3,170
3,636

2,909
3,065
3.066
3,095
3,308

1,759
1,700
1,711
1,691
1,725

1811— June 30
1912-^June 30
1913— June 30
1914— June 30
1915— June 23

17,762
18,865
19,403
20,031
20,682

10,377
10,918
10,998
11,615
11,403

16,053
17,103
17,645
18,498
19,107

8,668
9,156
9.140
10,082
9,828

48
58
49
66
48

7,337
7,889
8,356
8,350
9,231

3.928
4.313
4,606
4.441
6,264

3,408
3,556
3,716
3,866
3,901

1
20
34
43
66

1.709
1,762
1.858
1.633
1,575

1916— June 30
1917_june 20
1918—June 29
1918— June 30
1920—June 30

24,201
28, 154
31,423
35,605
39,859

13,849
15,777
18,141
21,217
23,721

22,325
25,878
28,125
32,012
35,754

11,973
13,501
14,843
17,624
19,616

39
834
1,665
965
304

10,313
11,543
11,717
13,423
15,834

6,088
7,038
7,207
8,522
10,509

4.140
4.373
4,362
4.734
5,168

85
132
148
167
157

1,876
2,276
3,298
3,593
4,105

37,791
38,998

20,790
21,391

34.114
35.652

17,113
18,045

418
170

16.583
17,437

10,917
11.592

5.518
5.708

148
136

3,677
3,346

1923—June 30
Dec. 31

42,746
43,503

22,697
22,870

39,007
39.777

18,958
19, 144

327
254

19,722
20,379

13,374
13,871

ft,217
6,378

131
130

3,739
3,726

1924—June 30
Dec. 31

44,510
47.082

23,062
24,594

40,860
43,386

19,412
20.898

189
256

21,259
22.232

14,492
15.280

6,635
6,820

132
132

3,650
3.696

1925—June 30
Dec. 31

48.323
50,299

24,949
26,059

44,750
46,528

21,376
22.288

180
318

23,194
23,822

15,974
16,570

7,089
7,219

131
133

3.573
3,771

182ft— June 30
Dec. 31

50,570
51,123

25,601
25,548

46,969
47,296

22,000
21,721

228
247

24;741
25,328

17.125
17.508

7.483
7,683

133
137

3.601
3,827

1927—June 30
Dec. 31

52,229
54,082

25,539
26,430

48,673
50,382

21.983
22,730

225
280

26,465
27.372

18,306
18,962

8,016
8.265

143
145

3,556
3,700

1928—June 30
Dec. 31

54,678
55,638

25,881
26,674

51,056
52,045

22,269
23.081

271
283

28.526
28,681

19,802
19,761

8,576
8.770

148
150

3,622
3.593

55,171
64,713

26,179
26,366

51,532
51,156

22,540
22,809

381
158

28.611
28,189

19,557
19,192

8,905
8,838

149
159

3,639
3,657

54,389
53,653

25,075
24,572

51,020
49,948

21,706
20,967

322
305

28,992
28,676

19,705
19,012

9.117
9,424

170
240

3.369
3,605

1M1—June 30 . ._.,
Dec. 31

52,883
48.325

23,483
21,882

49,232
43,855

19,832
17,412

439
464

28,961
26.979

18,691
15,366

9,928
10.012

342
601

3,651
4,470

1832—June 30
Dec 31

45,415
45,362

20,241
20,397

40,799
40,693

15,625
15,728

418
508

24,756
24,457

14,049
13,631

9,927
9.929

780
897

4.616
4.669

1933—June 30
Dec. 30

41,680
42.548

19,172
19,817

36,919
37,766

14,411
15,035

852
1,016

21,656
21,715

10,849
11,019

9,621
9,488

1,186
1,208

4.761
4.782

Call date

1892—June 30
1893—June 30
1894— June 30
1895—June 30
1896— June 30
1897—June 30.
1898—June 30
1890—June 30
1900—June 30

1921—June 3 0
1922—June 30

„„
.

.

1929—June 29
Dec. 31
1930—June 30
Dec. 31

.

...

.

_- .

-- .

For footnotes see opposite page.




Time deposits

Total

Commercial
banks*

Mutual
savings
banks

Foetal
Savings
System*

Currency
outside
banks

ALL BANKS

35

NO. 9-DEPOSITS AND CURRENCY-ADJUSTED DEPOSITS OF ALL BANKS AND
CURRENCY OUTSIDE BANKS, 1812-1941-Contmued
[In millions of dollars]
Total
deposits
adjusted
and (
currency
outside
banks

Total
demand
deposits
adjusted
and
currency
outside
banks

Total
deposits
adjusted

Demand
deposits
adjusted*

United
States
Government
deposits'

45,961
47,985

21,353
23,114

41,302
43.330

16.694
18,459

1,733
1,715

22,875
23, 156

49,881
52,182

25,216
27,032

45,098
47,265

20,433
22,115

811
909

1936— June 30
Dec. 31

65,052
57,351

29,002
30,999

49,830
51,835

23,780
25,483

1937—June 30
Dec. 31

57,258
56,639

30,687
29,597

51,769
51,001

1938—June 30
Dec. 31

56,565
58,955

29.730
31,761

1939—June 30
Dec. 30 .

60,943
64,099

1940—June 29
Dec. 31
1941— June 30
Dec 31

Call date

1934— June 30
Dec. 31
1935—June 29
Dec. 31 -

1
1

_

Time deposits

Commercial
banks'

Currency
outside
banks

Mutual
savings
banks

Postal
Savings
System*

11,988
12,213

9,691
9,738

1,196
1,205

4,659
4,655

23,854
24.241

12,820
13,170

9,830
9,871

1,204
1.200

4,783
4,917

1,142
991

24,908
25,361

13,706
14,046

9,971
10,056

1,231
1,259

5,222
5,516

25,198
23,959

666
824

25,905
26,218

14,513
14,779

10,125
10,170

1,267
1,269

5,489
5,638

51.148
53,180

24,313
25,986

599
889

26,236
26,305

14,776
14,776

10,209
10,278

1,251
1.251

5,417
5,775

33,360
36,194

54,938
57,698

27,355
29,793

792
846

26.791
27,059

15,097
15,258

10,433
10.523

1,261
1,278

6.005
6.401

66,952
70.761

38,661
42,270

60,253
63,436

31,962
34,945

828
753

27,463
27,738

15,540
15,777

10,631
10,658

1,292
1,303

6,699
7,325

74,153
78,231

45,521
48,607

65,949
68,616

37,317
38,992

753
1.895

27,879
27.729

*15,928
'15,884

*10,648
U0.632

1,303
1,313

8,204
9.616

Total

Includes demand deposits, other than interbank and United States Government, less cash items in process of collection.
Beginning with December 1938, includes United States Treasurer's time deposits, open account.
* Excludes interbank time deposits and postal savings re deposited in banks.
* Includes both amounts redeposited in banks and amounts not so re deposited; excludes amounts at banks in possessions.
6
The commercial bank figures exclude and the mutual savings bank figures include three mutual savings banks which became members of
the Federal Reserve System in 1941.




36

BANKING AND MONETARY STATISTICS
NO. 11-PRINCIPAL ASSETS AND LIABILITIES OF BANKS BY POPULATION OF PLAGE IN WHICH LOCATED,
JUNE AND DECEMBER: MEMBER BANKS, 1929-1941; INSURED BANKS, 1534-1941
[Call date figures. In millions of dollars]
Loans and investments

Loans

Other cities with
population of —

Total

New
York
City

35,711
35,934
35,656
34,860

8,270
8,871
8,898
8,679

1,997
1,969
2,035
2,027

8,297
8,359
8,409
8,541

33,923
30,575
28,001
27,469
24,786
25,220
27,175
28,150
28,785
29,985

8,373
7,513
6,762
7,372
7,169
7,032
7,703
7,803
8,345
8,465

1,846
1,586
,294
,062
,303
,279
,513
,651
,678
,975

8,546
7,602
7,052
6,862
5,986
6,199
6,598
6,864
7,028
7,359

5,699
5,254
4,888
4,679
4,244
4,328
4,667
4,844
4,763
5,087

9,458
8,620
8,004
7,496
6,083
6,382
6,694
6,987
6,971
7,098

32,259
33,000
32,739
31,752
30,721
_ _ - _ 32,070
32,603
33,941
34,451
37,126

9,605
9,333
9,060
8,367
8,066
8,391
8,745
9,414
9,896
10,982

2,075
2,247
2,120
2,067
1,968
2,143
2,227
2,288
2,390
2,583 \

7,728
7,905
7,846
7,683
7,565
7,815
7,905
8,174
8,121
8,621

5,352
5,679
5,610
5,485
5,252
5,547
5,563
5,846
5,806
6,227

7,499
7,836
8,103
8,151
7,870
8,175
8,163
8,217
8,238
8,713

40,659
43,521

12,579
1.2,991

2,938
3,004

1934=-June
December
1935— June
December

4,513
4,633
4,766
4,849

187
199
178
201

32
37
43
48

1936—June
December
1937—June
December
1938—June
December
1939—June
December
1940— June
December

5,052
5,269
5,479
5,470
5,278
5,399
5,424
5,348
5,379
5,429

215
225
205
203
199
230
203
199
192
206

52
59
67
67
57
58
67
64
64
71

649
671
672
644
632
646
660
665
679
692

Year and month

1929—June
- December
1930—June
December
1931 —June
December
1932— June
December
1933— June
December
1934— June
December
1935— June
December

-

> .

-

1936—june
December
1937— june
December
1 938 —June
December
1939 — June
December
1940— June
December

, _
,

1941—June1
December1

_

,

_
,.

_ _

Chicago 500,000
and
over

100,000
Total
Under
to
500,000 100,000
All member banks
6,211 10,936 25,658
6,062 10,673 26,150
5,867 10,446 25,214
5,733
9,879 23,870

New
York
City

Other cities with
population of —
Chicago 500,000 100,000
Under
and
to
over
500,000 100,000

6,418
6.752
6,660
6,207

1,584
,585
,596
,440

6,098
6,370
6,078
6,047

4,446
4,458
4,145
3,945

7,113
6,984
6,734
6,231

21,816
19,261
16,587
15,204
12,858
12,833
12,523
12,028
11,928
12,175

5,540
4,792
3,705
3,559
3,439
3,468
3,415
3,174
3,336
3,452

,243
,074
884
638
683
611
579
553
509
505

5.525
4,966
4,393
4,035
3,207
3,228
3,112
2,989
2,913
2,951

3,677
3,296
2,961
2,716
2,241
2,218
2,173
2,160
2,055
2,173

5,831
5,133
4.644
4,257
3,288
3,308
3,245
3,152
3,115
3,094

12,542
13,360
14,285
13,958
12,938
13,208
13,141
13,982
13,969
15,321

3,549
3,876
4,299
3,696
3,196
3,287
3,015
3,329
3,050
3,422

567
678
726
694
582
598
612
648
690
794

3,076
3,226
3,386
3,467
3,266
3,254
3,261
3,400
3,454
3,728

2,176
2,361
2,469
2,568
2,361
2,450
2,491
2,696
2,691
3,009

3,174
3,220
3,404
3,532
3,533
3,619
3.762
3,889
4.084
4,368

3,822
9,272
6,650
9,220 16,729
961
4,121
1,075
10,030
7,403 10,093 18,021
Insured nonmember commercial banks
102
14
673
643
2,978
2,667
114
14
617
626
3,155
2,585
16
628
639
3,278
2,587
89
3,394
16
628
578
2,543
107

4,158
4,408

3,191
3,557

4,596
4,860

325
290
281
286

403
372
367
317

1.823
1,796
1,834
1,816

605
640
686
700
663
691
700
715
705
729

3,531
3,674
3,849
3,855
3,727
3,774
3,795
3,705
3,740
3,731

2,587
2,603
2,756
2,789
2,785
2,813
2,896
2,901
3,042
3,073

110
118
112
109
109
121
103
105
101
104

17
20
24
24
22
21
25
26
28
30

285
294
302
290
281
291
304
312
326
328

317
321
350
359
344
351
351
365
379
397

1,857
1.850
1,969
2.006
2,029
2,029
2,112
2,092
2,208
2,214

34
36

321
325

431
458

2,290
2,316

593
566
525
521

3,437
3,279
3,194
3,237

2,575
2,532
2,422
2,491

5,069
4,948
4,949
4,910

1941—June
December..

«.

5,534
5,774

196
203

81
84

649
658

1934—June
December „
1935— June
December

„„

31,688
- _ 32,784
33,550
34,834

7,890
8,002
8,523
8, -667

1,545
1,688
1,721
2,023

7,271
7,481
7,656
7,987

3,183
107
3,830
3,241 1
3,978
107
All insured commercial banks
3,517
9,672 15,190
5,310
3,288
5,470 10,142 14,613
3,425
5,402 10,249 14,515
3,560
5,665 10,492 14,718

37,311
38,268
38,218
37,221
35,999
37,470
38,028
39,289
39,830
42,555

9,819
9,558
9,265
8,570
8,265
8,621
8,948
9,613
10,088
11,188

2,127
2,306
2,187
2,134
2,024
2,201
2,294
2,353
2,454
2,654

8,377
8,576
8,518
8,327
8,197
8,462
8,565
8,839
8,800
9.313

5,958
6,320
6,296
6,185
5,915
6,238
6,263
6,562
6,511
6,956

11,031
11,509
11,952
12,006
11,597
11,948
11,958
11,922
11,978
12,444

15,129
15,963
17,041
16,747
15,722
16,021
16,037
16,863
17,011
18,394

3,658
3,994
4,411
3,805
3,305
3,408
3,118
3,434
3,151
3,527

585
698
750
718
604
619
637
674
719
824

3,361
3,519
3,688
3,758
3,547
3,545
3,565
3,712
3,780
4,056

2,493
2,682
2,818
2,927
2,705
2,801
2,842
3,062
3,069
3,406

5,031
5,070
5,373
5,538
5,562
5,648
5,874
5,981
6,292
6,582

46,193
1941—June 1
December^
... 49,295
For footnote see end of table, p. 41.

12,775
13,194

3,018
3,088

9,920
10,688

7,429
8,253

13,050
14,071

19,913
21,261

3,930
4,227

995
1,110

4,479
4,733

3,622
4,015

6,887
7,176

1936—June
December _
1937—June
"Dp.dembei"
1938 —June
December ,
1939—June
December
1940—June
December




778
851

ALL BANKS

37

NO. 10-PRlNCtPAL ASSETS AND LIABILITIES OF BANKS BY POPULATION OF PLACE IN WHICH LOCATED,
JUNE AND DECEMBER: MEMBER BANKS, 1929-1941; INSURED BANKS, 1934-1941-Continued
[Call date figures. In millions of dollars]
Investments

Total

New
York
City

1929—June
December
1930 —June
December

10,052
9,784
10,442
10,989

1,852
2,120
2,238
2,472

413
383
439
587

1931 —June
December
1932 —June
December
1933 —June
December
1934— June
December
1 935 T- June
December

- - 12,106
11,314
11,414
12,265
11,928
.
12,386
'
- - - - 14,652
16,122
16,857
. _ _ _ _ _ 17,810

2,834
2,721
3,057
3,813
3,731
3,564
4,288
4,630
5,009
5,013

....

19,717
19,640
18,454
17,794
17,783
18,863
19,462
19,979
20,482
21,805

.. . .

Year and month

United States Government obligations

Other cities with
population of—
Chicago 500,000 100,000
Under
and
to
over
500,000 100,000

Total

AH member banks
3,823
4,155
3,688
3,863
3,713
4,061
3,648
4,125

New
York
City

2,199
1,989
2,330
2,495 .

1,765
1,604
1,722
1,788

603
512
410
424
620
668
934
1,098
1,169
1,471

3,021
2,636
2,659
2,827
2,779
2,971
3,, 487
3,875
4,115
4,408

2,021
1,958
1,927
1,963
2,004
2,110
2,494
2,684
2,708
2,914

3,627
3,487
3,361
3,238
2,795
3,074
3,449
3,835
3,856
4,004

6,056
5,456
4,761
4,671
4,870
5,104
5,730
6,086
6,846
7,560

1,507
1,569
1,394
1,373
1,386
1,545
1,615
1,641
1,699
1,789

4,652
4,679
4,459
4,216
4,299
4,562
4,644
4,774
4,667
4,893

3,177
3,319
3,141
2,916
2,891
3,096
3,072
3,150
3,116
3,218

4,325
4,616
4,698
4,618
4,338
4.556
4,401
4,327
4,153
4,345

23,930
25,500

8,757
8,870

1,977
1,929

5,113
5,622

___

1,846
2,048
2,179
2,306

85
85
89
94

18
23
27
32

^

2,466
2,666
2,723
2,681
2,494
2,586
2,529
2,447'
2,337
2,356

105
107
94
94
90
109
100
94
91
102

35
39
43
43
35
37
42
38
36
41

363
377
370
354
351
355
35b
352
353
364

288
319
337
341
319
340
348
350
326
332

1,674
1,823
1,881
1,849
1,698
1,744
1,682
1,613
1,532
1,517

1,100
1,204
1,275
1,297
1,181
1,283
1,260
1,238
1,178
1,240

50
57
48
51
51
65
57
54
54
61

1941—June
December

2,350
2,533

89
96

47
49

328
334

348
393

1,539
1,661

1,293
1,509

1934—June
December
1935 —June
_.
December

16,498
18,171
19,036
20,116

4,373
4,715
5,099
5,107

. 952
,122
,196
,503

22,183
22,306
21,177
20,475
20,277
21,449
21,991
22,426
22,819
24,161

6,161
5,564
4,854
4,764
4,960
5,213
5,830
6,179
6,937
7,661

26,280
28,033

8,845
8,967

1936— June
December
1937 —June
December
1938—June
.
December
1939 —June
December
1940— June
._
December
1941— June 1
December1

-

- - -

. .

.

1934— June
December
1935— June _ . _
December

_

1936—June
December
1937—June .
December
1938—June
December
1939—-June
December
1940—June
December

1936—June
December
1937—June
December
1938_june
December
1939-^June
__
December
1940—June
December
1941—June 1 „ 1
December

_._

_

:

,.

.__

__ _
__ .

_
..

.. _

_

For footnote see end of table, p. 41.




Other cities with
population of—
Chicago 500,000 100,000
Under
and
to
over
500,000 100,000

1,013
1,116
1,153
1,246

176
131
174
254

1,078
924
1.076
1,047

739
646
667
655

1,149
1,047
991
923

5,343
5,319
5,628
6,540
6,887
7,254
9,413
10,895
11,430
12,268

1,664
1,775
2,015
2,611
2,560
2,372
3,220
3,538
3,822
3,839

353
295
238
232
391
396
688
849
892
1,199

1,506
1,297
1,379
1,625
1,725
1,922
2,352
2,763
2,940
3,276

834
863
886
953
1,105
1,235
1,584
1,788
1,831
1,985

986
1,088
1,110
1,118
1,106
1,330
1,568
1,956
1,945
1,970

13,672
13,545
12,689
12,372
12,343
13,223
13,777
14,328
14,722
15,823

4,776
4,224
3,646
3,612
3,756
3,875
4,502
4,801
5,504
6,067

1,164
1,268
1,069
1,087
1,053
1,193
1,244
1,271
1,320
1,380

3,404
3,444
3,315
3,141
3,200
3,456
3,468
3,619
3,434
3,621

2,187 ' 2,142
2,302
2,307
2,197
2,461
2,055
2,476
2,038
2,296
2,218
2,481
2,181
2,382
2,259
2,378
2,203
2,261
2,314
2,441

7,294
1,563
18,078
7,303
1,518
19,539
commercial .banks
593
29
10
30
13
818
922
37
16
18
1,007
40

3,912
4,450

2,565
2,962

2,743
3,305

147
150
177
183

90
104
119
124

317
520
574
641

19
21
24
24
18
20
' 24
22
19
24

202
210
212
209
202
214
210
210
208
226

141
157
172
182
165
187
190
196
179
195

688
759
819
831
746
797
779
756
718
734

56
62

28
32

205
214

218
269

786
932

3,834
4,202
4,461
4,750

All insured commercial_banks
4,604 10,006
3,249
2,735
5,195 11,712
2,938
3,569
5,300 12,352
2,980
3,859
5,582 13,275
3,174
3,879

698
862
908
1,217

2,499
2,913
3,116
3,459

1,674
1,893
1,950
2,109

1,885
2,476
2,519
2,610

,542
,608
,436
,416
,421
,582
,656
,679
,735
1,831-

5,015
5,056
4,829
4,569
4,650
4,917
5,000
5,127
5,020
5,257

3,465
3,638
3,478
3,258
3,211
3,437
3,421
3,500
3,442
3,550

5,999
6,440
6,579
6,468
6,035
6,300
6,083
5,940
5,685
5,862

14,772
14,749
13,964
13,669
13,524
14,506
15,037
15,566
15,900
17,063

4,826
4,281
3,694
3,663
3,806
3,941
4,559
4,855
5,558
6,128

1,182
1,289
,093
,111
,071
,213
,268
,293
,339
,404

3,606
3,654
3,527
3,350
3,403 .
3,669
3,678
3,829
3,642
3,848

2,328
2,459
2,369
2,237
2,203
2,405
2,370
2,455
2,382
2,508

2,830
3,066
3,280
3,307
3,042
3,278
3,161
3,135
2,978
3,175

2,023
1,978

5,441
5,955

3,807
4,239

6,163
6,895

19,371
21,047

7,350
7,365

,591
,550

4,117
4,664

2,783
3,231

3,530
4,236

3,459
4,624
3,845
5,233
Insured nonmember
241
1.155
. 348
254
1,360
327
272
1,444
346
342
261
1,577

BANKING AND MONETARY STATISTICS

38

NO. 10-PRINCIPAL ASSETS AND LIABILITIES OF BANKS BY POPULATION OF PUCE IN WHICH LOCATED,
JUNE AND DECEMBER: MEMBER BANKS, 1029-1141; INSURED BANKS, 1«4-1S4l-Continued
[Call date figures. In millions of dollars]
Other securities

Reserves with Federal Reserve Banks

Other cities with
population of—

Total

New
York
City

5,898
5,921
6,380
6,864

839
1,004
1,085
1,226

237
252
265
332

1,121
1,065
1,254
1,447

1,026
958
1,055
1,133

6,763
5,996
5,786
5,726
5,041
5,132
5,239
5,227
5,427
5,541

1,170
946
1,042
1,202
1,171
1,192
1,068
1,091
1,188
1,174

250
217
172
191
229
272
246
250
277
272

1.515
1,339
1,280
1,202
1,054
1,049
1,135
1,112
1,175
1,133

1,188
1,095
1,041
1,010
898
875
910
896
877
928

2,641
2,399
2,251
2,120
,688
,744
,881
,879
,911
2,035

6,045
6,095
5,765
5,422
5,440
5,640
5,685
5,651
5,761
5,982

1,280
1,233
1,115
1,059
1,114
1,229
1,228
1,285
1,343
1,493

344
300
325
286
333
352
371
369
379
409

1,248
1,235
1,144
1,075
1,098
1,106
1,177
1,156
1,233
1,272

989
1,017
944
861
853
878
892
891
913
904

2,183
2,310
2,237
2,142
2,041
2,075
2,019
,949
,893
,904

5,852
5,961

1,463
1,567

413
411

1,202
1,171

893
883

1934 —June
December
1935—June
December

,254
,231
,257
,299

56
55
52
54

1930— June
December
1937—June
December
1938— June
December
1939_june
December
1940—June
December

,366
,462
,448
,384
,312
,303
,268
,209
,159
,116

347
162
165
160
154
153
159
154
147
138

986
1,064
1,061
1,018
952
947
903
856
814
783

1941— June
December..-

Other cities with
population of—

,881
,928

Year and month

1929— June
_
December

_

December

.

1931— June
December
1932— June
December
1933—-June
December
1934—June
December
1935— june
December

-,
...

Total

All member banks
2,674
2,359
2,374
2,642
2,721
2,408
2,725 •2,475

790
832
820
905

2,396 i
853
1,975 j
668
1,998
775
2,511
1,135
2,235
848
2,678
906
3,819
1,420
4,082
1,580
4,933
1,939
5,573
2,545
5,607
6,572
6,897
7,005
8,004
8,694
10,011
11,604
13,751
13,992

2,112
2,665
2,757
2,745
3,525
4,112
4,984
5,929
7,091
7,080

Chicago 500,000 100,000
and
to
over
500,000
177
181
187
219

Under
100,000

511
499
536
526

363
343
360
341

518
518
504
483

174
548
165
444
421
150
287 "
449
235
480
349
549
446
840
428
840
690
918
529
1,088

358
292
284
280
295
381
473
545
627
640

463
406
367
360
377
492
640
688
760
772

-

„

._

_

.
-__\
_

1941— June 1
December1
For footnote see end of table, p. 41.

766
584
623
630
965
920
938
1,047
1,244
1,116

1,200
1,415
1,446
1,513
1,559
1,546
1,857
2,137
2,719
2,866

702
870
971
997
935
,045
,110
,225
,348
,484

826
1,038
1,100
1,119
1,019
1,072
1,121
1,266
1,349
1,446

2,963
2,694

,494
,691

1,508
1,799

8
10
11
14

5,873
1,121
12,959
5,124
1,088
12,396
Insured nonmember commercial banks
201
838
151
177
839
150
871
170
153
937
158
137

55
50
45
43
40
44
43
39
36
40

16
18
19
19
17
17
18
16
17
17

161
167
158
144
149
142
145
143
145
138

33
34

18
17

123
120

6,493
6,458
6,684
6,841

_ -.

1941— June l
December1




Under
100,000

,057
,025

1930— June
December
1937—June
December
193g— June
December
1939—-June
December
1940—June
December

1934— June
December
1935— June
!'
jJecember
F"
1936—June
.
December
1937—June
December
1938— June
December
1939_june
_
December
1940— June
December

Chicago 500,000 100,000
and
to
over
500,000

New
York
City

,124
,146
,240
,228

254
259
288
285

1,335
1,289
1,345
1,291

7,411
7,557
7,213
6,806
6,752
6,943
6,954
6,859
6,919
7,098

,335
,283
,160
,102
,154
,272
,271
,325
,379
,533

360
319
344
305
350
369
388
386
396
427

1,409
1,402
1,302
1,219
1,247
1,248
1,322
1,298
1,378
1,410

,137
,179
,109
,020
,008
,032
,050
,045
,060
,042

3,170
3,374
3,299
3,160
2,993
3,022
2,922
2,806
2,707
2,687

6,909
6,986

,495
,601

432
428

1,325
1,291

,023
,007

2,634
2,658

753
130
730
124
All insured commercial banks
1,420
2,718
,061
3,819
4,082
1,580
2,718
,046
4,933
1,939
2,781
,030
2,545
5,573
2,971
,065

446
42S
690
529

840
840
918
1.088

473
545
627
640

640
688
760
772

5,607
6,572
6,897
7,005
8,004
8,694
10,011
11,604
13,751
13,992

2,112
2,665
2,757
2,745
3,525
4,112
4,984
5,929
7,091
7,080

766
584
623
630
965
920
938
1,047
1,244
1,116

1;200
1,415
1,446
1,513
1,559
1,546
1.857
2,137
2,719
2,866

702
870
971
997
935
1,045
1,110
1,225
1,348
1,484

826
1,038
1,100
1,119
1,019
1,072
1,121
1,266
1,349
1.446

12,959
12,396

5,873
5,124

1,121
1,088

2,963
2,694

1,494
1,691

1,508
1,799

ALL BANKS

39

NO. 10-PRINCIPAL ASSETS AND LIABILITIES OF BANKS BY POPULATION OF PLACE IN WHICH LOCATED,
JUNE AND DECEMBER: MEMBER BANKS, 1929-1941; INSURED BANKS, 1934-1941-Continued
[Call date figures. In millions of dollars]
Cash in vault
Year and month

Total

New
York
City

- - -

433
558
484
593

59
71
61
98

519
523
478
423
405
471
473
609
537
665

1929—June
December
1930— June
December

57
55
54
48
47
48
65
88
52
66

713
697
629
589
712
746
712
841
789
991

Balances with domestic banks*

Other cities with
population of—
Chicago 500,000 100,000
Total
Under
and
to
over
500,000 100,000
All member banks
84
201
16
1,885
72
2,168
265
19
110
94
234
2,360
15
78
97
264
16
110
2,456
104

New
York
City

Other cities with
population of —
Chicago 500,000 100,000
Under
and
to
over
500,000 100,000

159
181
159
148

146
148
162
212

399
501
540
570

472
531
699
679

709
807
801
847

23
17
43
18
35
46
43
44
40
43

86
91
79
73
69
100
103
145
156
185

109
105
93
89
82
87
81
105
91
119

244
254
209
194
171
190
181
227
197
251

2,517
1,662
1,731
2,416
2,008
2,031
2,760
3,149
3,396
3,776

141
107
97
117
102
94
99
105
136
115

185
127
141
296
205
203
175
223
265
230

589
381
455
66b
506
449
651
719
705
795

736
451
519
714
598
616
886
1,012
1,084
1,213

866
596
518
622
597
669
950
,1,090
1,205
1,423

67
63
62
58
67
70'
63
92
91
105

43
39
36
33
40
43
34
52
48
53 '

214
206
129
125
218
239
233
251
241
282

125
124
133
120
128
130
127
152
139
186

264
264
269
253
260
264
255
295
269
365

3,944
4,066
3,207
3,414
4,084
4,240
4,674
5,506
5,751
6,185

118
137
108
124
124
116
119
137
131
135

223
219
185
214
251
279
287
338
307
389

869
860
669
686
878,
899
977
,121
1,176
,240

1,234
1,205
906
1,007
1,328
1,323
1,531
1,747
1,881
1,955

1,600
1,645
1,339
1,384
1,503
1,622
1,760
2,163
2,256
2,467

999
1,087

141
97

52
53

355
142
176
6,293 .
276
323
426
372
210
6,246
151
300
Insured nonmember commercial banks

,226
,164

2,014
1,814

2,588
2,745

150
184
168
205

10
7
14
17

2
2
2
3

14
16
14
16

19
21
18
21

105
138
119
148

901
,044
,126
,273

29
33
34
40

9
11
12
14

75
63
65
74

117
130
158
145

671
807
857
1,000

202
219
214
199
197
204
205
225
194
243

16
20
16
8
9
9
9
17
9
10

3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3

16
17
17
15
16
18
15
18
16
20

20
22
24
23
23
24
22
24
21
28

146
153
154
150
146
151
156
164
144
182

,322
,521
,288
.329
,308
,423
1,466
1,811
1,787
2,017

38
51
41
68
53
57
68
60
72
89

17
19
21
23
31
35
31
42
46
46

72
87
74
84
82
88
90
110
120
128

164
164
155
160
178
172
200
243
250
265

1,031
1,200
997
993
964
1,071
1,078
1,355
1,299
1,489

1941—June
December

242
271

23
11

4
4

17
18

40
38

110
113

260
261

1,516
1,829

1934—June
December
1935—June

623
792
705
869

74
95
67
84

45
47
43
46

118
161
170
201

2,004
27
171
78
2,326
34
204
85
All insured commercial banks
128
286
3,661
100
138
365
4,193
126
4,522
170
317
, 109
5,049
140
155
399

183
234
277
244

725
782
771
868

1,003
1,142
1,242
1,357

1,621
1,897
2,062
2,424

915
917
844
789
909
950
917
1,066
983
1,234

83
83
78
66
75
79
72
109
101
115

46
42
39
36
43
46
37
55
51
56

230
223
146
HO
233
256
248
269
258
302

145
146 .
157
143
151
154
148
175
160
214

410
422
423
403
407
414
412
458
414
547

5,265
5,587
4,495
4,744 •
5,391
5,663
6,141
7,317
7,538
8,202

156
188
149
192
177
173
187
198
203
224

240
238
206
238
281
314
318
380
353
434

941
947
743
770
960
987
,067
,231
,296
,368

1,397
1,368
1,061
1,167
1,506
1,495
1,731
1,991
2,131
2,220

2,531
2,846
2,335
2,377
2,467
2,694
2,838
3,518
3,555
3,956

1,242
1,358

164
108

56
57

293
319

203
245

526
629

8,297
8,572

220
236

363
411

,336
,276

2,274
2,075

4,104
4,574

1931— June
December
1982—June
December
1933— June
December
1934—June
December
1935—June
December
1936 —June
December
1937—June
D ecember
1938—June
December
1939—June
December
1940—June
December

'

.

1941—June 1
December l
1934—June
December
1935— June
December

_„

1936—June
December
1937— june
Deflfimber ,
1938—June
December
1939— June
December
1940—June
December

, ., ..

,
_

. ..

December

1936—June
December
1937_june
December
1938—June
December
1939— June
December
1940—June
December
1941—June1
December1

'

„.

_

,.

For footnotes see end of table, p. 41.




40

BANKING AND MONETARY STATISTICS
NO. 10-PRINCIPAL ASSETS AND LIABILITIES OF BANKS BY POPULATION OF PLACE IN WHICH LOCATED
JUNE AND DECEMBER: MEMBER BANKS, 1929-1941; INSURED BANKS, 1934-1941-Continued
[Call date figures. In millions of dollars]
Total deposits

Year and month
Total

New
York
City

Demand deposits (excluding interbank)

Other cities with
population of —
Chicago 500,000
and
over

100,000
to
500,000

Under
100,000

Total

New
York
City

Other cities with
population of —
Chicago 500,000
and
over

100,000
to
500,000

Under
100,000

All member banks
1929— June
35,866
December.. , . _ _ _ _ . , _ _ _
37,981
38,069
1930—June
December
.__..
. - - - - - 37,029

8,480
10,266
10,440
9,690

2,101
2,104
2,173
2,226

8,410
8,793
8,863
9,064

6,371
6,363
6,378
6,273

10,503
10,454
10,215
9,776

19,011
20,686
19,924
19,063

5,823
7,228
7,102
6,545

1,187
1,203
1,152
1,205

4,024
4,255
3,972
4,021

3,365
3,320
3,268
3,155

4,612
4,679
4,430
4,136

1931— June.. _ . , „
December
1932—June
December
1933— June
December 1934— June
December
1935— June
December

_ _ _ . 36,123
30,711
27,836
28,690
26,564
. 27,167
31,012
_ 33,848
34,938
_ . . 38,454

9,289
7,825
6,970
7,736
7,786
7,316
8,518
9,554
9,675
10,959

1,990
1,694
1,373
1,528
1,667
1,747
2,029
2,256
2,545
2,726

9,083
7,581
7,052
7,238
6,409
6,648
7,546
8,078
8,330
9,103

6,334
5,419
5,050
5,096
4,678
4,896
5,577
6,081
6,227
6,882

9,427
8,191
7,391
7,093
6,024
6,560
7,343
7,880
8,162
8,784

18,091
16,165
14,157
14,288
14,381
14,774
16,976
19,224
19,492
21,900

6,197
5,656
4,904
5,004
5,583
5,241
6,036
6,951
6,818
7,577

1,057
958
777
918
1,032
1,106
1,236
1,386
1,518
1,726

3,853
3,453
3,062
3,128
3,018
3,188
3,635
4,065
4,128
4,693

3,097
2,734
2,497
2,438
2,259
2,417
2,836
3,193
3,250
3,685

3,888
3,364
2,918
2,800
2,489
2,822
3,233
3,629
3,780
4,221

. . .

40,706
42,885
41,490
40,839
41,308
43,363
45,873
49,340
51,729
56,430

11,442
11,884
11,482
10,819
11 , 255
11,773
13,412
14,604
16,102
17,849

3,053
3,056
2,891
2,881
3,108
3,282
3,364
3,631
3,853
4,061

9,667
10,133
9,686
9,616
9,732
10,129
10,536
11,267
11,695
12,698

7,227
7,799
7,456
7,451
7,433
7,896
8,159
8,802
8,924
9,763

9,317
10,014
9,975
10,071
9,780
10,283
10,402
11,036
11,155
12,059

23,468
25,063
24,230
23,428
23,335
24,842
26,464
28,231
30,111
33,829

7,984
8,277
8,070
7,516
7,607
7,926
9,166
9,588
,10,809
12,308

1,898
1,920
1,806
1,788
1,846
2,038
1,994
2,118
2,254
2,404

5,013
5,463
5,203
5,053
4,985
5,318
5,535
5,981
6,300
7,079

3,947
4,301
4,157
4,099
4,080
4,411
4,581
4,901
5,058
5,642

4,625
5,101
4,993
4,971
4,727
5,149

-.
58,512
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ 61,717

18,039
18,053

4,329
4,461

13,269
13,981

10,161
11,111

12,712
14,111

35,725
38,846

12,616
12,992

2,666
2,802

7,545
8,282

5,984
6,661

6,914
8,108

4,821
5,165
5,380
5,691

186
193
189
217

39
48
55
62

655
610
631
642

683
691
733
693

3,258
3,623
3,772
4,077

2,037
2,307
2,374
2,649

111
116
110
133

16
19
20
23

183
168
164
190

2m

268
277

284

1,459
1,727
1,781
2,019

5,938
6,392
6,334
6,379
6,146
6,409
6,446
6,729
6,689
7,031

229
258
232
249
230
264
253
247
244
278

70
79
87
91
86
92
97
105
108
115

660
706
682
674
656
685
696
723
742
773

743
785
817
838
820
843
868
927
918
962

4,237
4,564
4,516
4,527
4,353
4,525
4,532
4,727
4,677
4,903

2,817
3,152
3,010
2,959
2,784
3,007
3,004
3,252
3,161
3,504

140
164
137
127
124
135
149
138
137
168

26
30
32
32
28
31
32
37
36
42

198
229
205
207
196
214
215
235
235
2G3

328
357
366
346
338
347
353
400
389
421

2,125
2,372
2,271
2,247
2,097
2,280
2,255
2,441
2,363
2,610

7,104
7,702

268
273

118
120

709
726

1,004
1,074

5,005
5,507

3,595
4,215

172
189

46
52

227
250

446
502

2,703
3,222

35,833 i 8,704
9,747
...... 39,013
9,864
40,318
44,145
11,176

2,068
2,304
2,600
2,788

8,201
8,688
8,961
9,746

6,260
6,772
6,960
7,575

10,600
11,503
11,934
12,861

19,013
21,531
21,866
24,550

6,147
7,067
6,928
7,709

1,252
1,405
1,538
1,749

3,818 I
4,233
4,292
4,882

3,105 ~69lf
3,470
S,35fi
5,560
3,548
6,240
3,969

46,644
49,277
47,824
47,217
47,454
49,772
52,319
56,069
58,418
.._, 63,461

11,671
12,142
11,714
11,068
11,486
12,037
13,664
14,851
16,346
18,127

3,123
3,135
2,978
2,972
3,194
3,374
3,461
3,737
3,960
4,176

10,327
10,839
10,368
10,290
10,388
10,814
11,232
11,990
12,437
13,471

7,969
8,584
8,273
8,289
8,253
8,739
9,027
9,729
9,842
10,725

13,554
14,578
14,490
14,598
14,133
14,807
14,935
15,762
15,832
16,962

26,285
28,215
27,240
26,387
26,119
27,849
29,468
31,483
33,272
37,333

8,124
8,441
8,206
7,644
7,821
8,061
9,315
9,726
10,946
12,476

1,924
1,950
1,838
1,820
1,874
2,069
2,025
2,155
2,290
2,445

5,211
5,692
5,408
5,260
5,181
5,533
5,750
6,216
6,535
7,342

4,275
4,658
4,523
4,445
4,418
4,758
4,934
5,301
5,447
6,063

6,751
7,473
7,265
7,218
6,824
7,429
7,444
8,085
8,054
9,007

65,616
_ _ _ _ . 69,419

18,308
18,327

4,448
4,582

13,978
14,707

11,165
12,185

17,717
19,619

39,320
43,061

12,788
13,182

2,713
2,854

7,772
8,532

6,430
7,163

9,617
11,330

__

-

-

_
_

1936— June., - ...-. . _ „
December
1937—June _
December
1938—June .
.
December
1939—June..
December
1940—June.,
.
December
1941— June 1
.
December ' _ _

..

_

•5, iso
5,643
5,691
6,397

Insured nonmember commercial banks
1934— June
December
1935—June
December
1936—June.. „.-._.
December
1937— June
December
1938— June
December...
1939™June
December.
1940— June
December ..

-

-

__.

_

..

-.-.

.

„ _

_.,

-

1941— June
December

.

All insured commercial banks
1934—June
December
1935— June
December^_93g — June
December
1937—-June..
December
1938— June
December
1 939— June
December
1940— June
December

...

_

.. _

__

1941 — June 1 .
December 1 ..,.,.
For footnote see opposite page.




41

ALL BANKS
NO. JO-PRINCIPAL ASSETS AND LIABILITIES OF BANKS BY POPULATION OF PLACE IN WHICH LOCATED,
JUNE AND DECEMBER: MEMBER BANKS, 1929-1941; INSURED BANKS, 1934-1941-Continued
[Call date figures. In millions of dollars]
Time deposits (excluding interbank)
Year and month

Total

New
York
City

Interbank deposits

Other cities with
population of—
Chicago 500,000 100,000
and
to
500,000
over

Under
100,000

All member banks
3,687
5,567
5,399
4,310
5,450
4,669
5,295
4,765

1929—June
December
1930—June
December

13,168
12,984
13.476
13,201

1,178
1,201
1,368
1,111

559
534
588
585

3,558
3,614
3,735
3,905

2,306
2,236
2,335
2,306

1931— June

13,247
11,227
10,560
10,462
8,891
9,036
9,681
9,767
10,053
10,259

1,167
825
810
945
797
755
746
670
621
630

527
417
343
315
373
369
398
422
520
474

3,984
3,350
3,179
3,142
2,573
2,645
2,859
2,894
2,952
3,062

2,378
2,062
1,968
1,981
1,809
1,760
1,846
1,857
1,901
1,930

5,190
4,573
4,259
4,079
3,339
3,507
3,832
3,924
4,059
4,163

1936—June
December.
l«37—June
December
1938— June
December
1939— June
December
1940—June
December

10,629
__ 10,830
11,210
_ 11,382
11,411
11,369
11,564
11,699
11,928
12,178

633
715
810
771
752
716
729
776
800
860

514
531
541
558
567
575
611
624
642
652

3,206
3,128
3,194
3,260
3,315
3,297
3,312
3,336
3,361
3,429

1,966
2,006
2,058
2,084
2,080
2,069
2,107
2,113
2,155
2,174

4,310
4,449
4,607
4,709
4,697
4,711
4,805
4,850
4,970
5,064

1941— June1. . 1
December .

12,350
_ 12,347

849
851

644
622

1934—June
December
1935—June
Dece mber

2,704
2,764
2,918
2,943

61
58
62
64

24
29
35
39

1936—June
December
1937— June
December
193g_june
December
1939—June
December
1940—June
December

3,022
3.133
3,228
3,320
3,274
3,300
3,345
3,365
3,423
3,411

68
73
75
104
90
111
87
91
84
88

43
49
55
59
58
61
65
69
71
73

444
460
463
454
448
457
468
474
493
496

3,400
3,358

78
67

72
69

469
462

12,385
12,531
12,971
13,201

421
807
728 ' 451
555
684
694
513

13,651
13,963
14,438
14,702
14,685
14,669
14,909
15,063
15,351
15,589

701
788
885
875
842
828
815
866
884
948

557
580
596
617
625
636
675
692
713
725

1932— June
1933—June
December
1934—June
1935— June
Dfinpmbfii"

1941^-June
December
1934— June
December
1935—June
December
1936-^june
December
1937— june
December
1938—June
December
1939—June
December
1940—June . 1
December .

_

_ __

.

„

..

Total

New
York
City

Other cities with
population of—
Chicago 500.000 100,000
and
to
over
500,000

1,479
1,836
1,969
2,033

355
367
433
436

828
924
1,157
1,138

4,785
3,320
3,119
3,940
3,292
3,357
4,355
4,857
5,393
6,295

1,925
1,345
1,257
1,787
1,407
1,320
1,736
1,932
2,236
2,752

406
319
252
295
262
272
395
448
507
526

1,246
779
811
968
818
815
1,052
1,119
1,250
1,350

6,608
6,993
6,051
6,028
6,563
7,153
7,846
9,410
9,690
10,423

2,824
2,892
2,603
2,532
2,806
3,131
3,517
4,241
4,493
4,680

641
604
543
535
695
669
760
890
957
1,006

4,574
3,495
1,019
2,180
5,182 10,436
2,157
3,491
1,037
5,225 10,525
4,210
Insured nonmember commercial banks
14
1,764
80
453
403
1,850
93
427
19
400
17
420
1,950
451
89
395
2,010
435
20
99

Under
100,000

700
807
776
812

324
376
335
345

859
623
585
677
610
719
895
1,031
1,076
1,267

349
254
214
214
196
232
278
327
324
400

1,448
1,542
1,289
1,302
1,432
1,514
1,689
1,950
2,035
2, ISO

1,314
1,491
1,241
1,269
1,273
1,417
1,472
1,788
1,711
1,947

382
464
374
391
356
422
408
542
494
599

2,229
2,208

1,997
2,292

616
778

18
15
16
17

12
13
14
13

35
46
41
48

22
21
20
18
16
17
17
19
22
23

19
16
14
13
12
13
13
13
14
14

13
15
14
17
15
17
15
20
18
21

46
55
48
51
44
53
51
60
50
59

13
14

21
25

58
72

3,312
3,321
3,403
3,497

2,244
110
18
2,213
17
129
All insured commercial banks
2,249
4,435
5,596
1,750
4,950
1,951
5,775
2,257
2,252
6,009
2,321
5,481
6,394
2,772
b,172
2,325

395
448
508
526

1,070
1,134
1,266
1,367

907
1,044
1,090
1,280

313
373
365
449

3,650
3,589
3,657
3,714
3,762
3,754
3,780
3,810
3,854
3,924

2,367
2,420
2,495
2,558
2,546
2,548
2,607
2,619
2,665
2,694

641
605
543
535
696
669
760
890
957
1,006

,467
,558
,303
,316
,445
1,527
1,702
1,963
2,048
2,205

1,327
1,506
1,255
1,286
1,288
1,434
1,487
1,808
1,730
1,968

428
518
422
442
400
475
459
602
544
658

401
414
437
474
467
479
500
506
510
520

2,065
2,138
2,197
2,228
2,212
2,192
2,226
2,226
2,264
2,234

100
107
96
100
88
101
97
113
104
116

537
548

6,375
6,587
6,804
6,938
6,909
6,903
7,032
7,076
7,234
7,298

6,708
7,100
6,146
6,128
6,651
7,254
7,943
9,523
9,795
10,539

2,845
2,913
2,623
2,549
2,822
3,148
3,535
4,260
4,516
4,703

,

927
716
15,750
4,592
2,717
7,426 10,545
3,964
2,018
1941— June1
674
2,242
1,019
690
3,953
2,705
918
December1
_. 15,705
2,317
4,227
7,438 10,654
2,222
1,037
850
1
Includes three small mutual sayings banks which during 1941 became members of the Federal Reserve System. Such banks are not "commercial" banks. They are customarily excluded from figures for insured commercial banks; e.g., see Tables 39-45 and 47 of Section 3 of this book.
1
Prior to December 31,1935, excludes balances with private banks to the extent that they were then reported in "other assets." Since October
25, 1933, includes time balances with domestic banks, which on that date amounted to 69 million dollars and which prior to that time were
reported in "other assets."




BANKING AND MONETARY STATISTICS

42

NO. 11-DEPOSITS OF MEMBER BANKS IN LARGER AND SMALLER PLAGES, MONTHLY, 1936-1941
[Monthly averages of daily figures. In millions of dollars]
Gross demand deposits
Year and month

Total

New York
City and
Chicago1

Time deposits

Other places with population of—
Total
15,000 and over

Under 15,000

New York
City and
Chicago^

Other places with population of—
15,000 and over

27,312
11,938
13,185
2,189
10,412
1,029
12,163
13,271
27,636
2,202
10,400
1,007
12,081
27,459
13,167
2,212
10,474
1,015
12,039
27,620
13,351
1,049
2,231
10,545
12,356
28,136
13,539
1,100
2,242
10,675
28,714
13,769
12,677
1,094
2,268
10,694
12,794
29,714
14,525
1,049
2,394
10,743
12,578
29,396
14,390
1,077
10,815
2,429
12,790
29,844
14,576
1,083
2,478
10,840
12,916
30,457
15,008
2,533
10,910
1,116
30,843
15,214
13,063
1,082
2,566
10,894
15.455
13,240
10,882
1,132
31,273
2,577
13,053
15,430
31,068
2,586
10,975
1,124
15,187
12,929
30,698
11,089
1,168
2,581
-.
12,779
30,285
14,935
11,169
1,224
2,571
29,922
14,887
12,469
11,163
1,186
2,566
14,664
12,289
2,547
11,224
1,204
29,501
12,310
29,452
14,601
2,541
11,299
1,246
12,138
J u ly
29,366
14,660
11,369
1,279
2,568
14,565
11,866
29,028
11,403
1,252
2,597
August
12,032
14,536
29,180
2,612
11,538
1,261
September
11,952
14,616
29,179
1,276
2,611
October
11,569
14,462
11,677
28,717
2,578
11,555
1,295
November
11,763
28,720
14,415
2,542
11,441
1,216
December
11,879
14,411
28,811
2,522
11,503
1,202
1938— January
14,304
11,818
1,222
28,626
2,504
11,548
February
14,167
11,833
28,465
2,465
11,555
1,218
March
14,167
11,866
28,466
2,434
11,520
1,208
April
14,323
12,113
28,856
2,421
11,502
1,184
May
12,521
14,387
29,311
2,403
11,521
1,196
June '
July
14,526
12,506
29,457
2,424
11,469
1,187
12,424
14,528
29,398
2,447
11,491
'1,188
August
12,910
14,743
30,149
2,495
11,496
1,206
September
13,332
15,156
31,037
2,548
11,445 :
1,166
October
13,384
15,421
31,403
2,598
11,430
1,153
November
13,712
15,541
11,402 :
1,152
31,856
2,603
December
13,650
2,621
11,494 j
1,162
31,977
15,707
1939 — January .
13,623
15,589
11,525
1,166
31,820
2,609
February
15,572
32,033
2,604
13,857
11,586
1,170
March
15,774
14,260
11,622
1,182
32,645
2,611
April
.-..
15,904
14,548
1,182
33,047
2,594
11,666
May
16,134
14,755
1,182
33,495
2,607
11,668
June
16,403
15,103
1,202
34,135
2,629
11,690
July
16,553
2,658
15,458
34,668
11,724
1,220
August
2,737
16,101
16,981
1,224
35,820
11,706
September
36,732
17,520
2,792
16,420
11,735
1,239
October
16,598
37,243
17,818
2,827
11,754
1,249
November
- 16,705
37,466
17,925
11,750
1,239
2,836
December
16,792
17,943
1,234
37,585
2,850
11,835
1 940 '—-January
17,949
17,039
1,227
37,856
2,868
11,869
February
18,023
2,871
17,270
38,164
11.970
1,269
March
17,532
18,158
2,871
11.987
1,263
38,560
April
18,447
2,866
17,867
1,247
39,181
11,999
May
18,558
18,224
12,016
1,263
39,648
2,865
June
18,637
18,445
2,873
1,279
39,955
12,045
July
18,678
18,271
2,909
12,086
1,300
39,857
August
18,434
19,085
2,987
12,123
1,317
40,506
September
18,777
19,653
1,311
41,497
3,066
12,145
October
20,123
3,133
19,101
42,356
12,193
1,311
November
19,453
20,276
12,204
1,314
42,885
3,156
December
16,792
1,234
18,129
2,664
11,835
37,585
1940* —January
17,039
1,227
18,138
2,678
11.869
37,856
February
18,216
17,270
11,970
1,269
38,164
2,678
March
17,532
1,263
18,351
2,678
11,987
38,560
April
....
1,247
18,638
17,867
11,999
39,181
2,675
18,224
1,263
18,745
2,678
12,016
39,648
June
18,445
July
18,819
12,045
1,279
39,955
2,691
18,271
1,300
18,858
2,728
12,086
39,857
August
19,265
2,807
18,434
12,123
1,317
40,506
September
18.777
1,311
41,497
19,840
2,880
12,145
October
20,313
2,943
19,101
12,193
1,311
42,356
November
19,453
12.204
1,314
20,470
2,962
42,885
December
19,742
12,331
1,330
20,725
43,459
2,991
1941
January
- 20,963
3,026
12,378
1,349
43,827
19,838
21,134
20,195
1,341
44,364
3,034
12,396
March
21,584
3,072
20,083
12,453
1,335
44,739
April
20,371
1,313
21,898
3,115
12,466
45,385
May
22,101
3,152
20,399
12,448
45,652
1,303
1,328
46,157
22,461
3,240
20,456
12,474
July
22,825
3,322
20,283
12,513
46,430
1,339
August
23,415
3,465
20,419
12,545
1,336
47,299
September
....
23,866
20,371
1,339
47,811
3.573
12,593
October
20,007
24,035
3,674
12,633
1,343
47,715
November
24,405
20,260
3.746 ,
12,493
1,311
48,411
December
i Central reserve city member banks only.
' The first series for the year 1940 is based on the 1930 census of population and the second on the 1940 census.

1936— January
February
March
April
Mav
June
July
August
Be pte rub e r
October
November
December
1937-— January
February
March
April
Mav




7,186
7,190
7,250
7,280
7,355
7,368
7,434
7,457
7,467
7,492
7,498
7,437
7,508
7,564
7,580
7,601
7,637
7,662
7,683
7,727
7,824
7,832
7,801
7,780
7,842
7,864
7,878
7,862
7,872
7,880
7,834
7,851
7,838
7,827
7,819
7,803
7,861
7,884
7,931
7,945
7,997
7,988
7,983
7,992
7,968
7,976
7,981
7,996
8,062
8,086
8,137
8,152
8,173
8,170
8,175
8,187
8,199
8,220
8,260
8,276
8,162
8,187
8,238
8,254
8,275
8,272
8,277
8,286
8,294
8,314
8,352
8,368
8,453
8,462
8,483
8,534
8,552
8,545
8,535
8,550
8,571
8,597
8,624
8,541

Under 15,000

1
!

i
!

2,197
2,204
2,210
2,216
2,220
2,232
2,260
2,281
2,290
2,302
2,314
2,313
2,342
2,356
2,365
2,376
2,383
2,391
2,407
2,424
2,453
2,462
2,456
2,444
2,459
2,461
2,459
2,450
2,445
2,445
2,447
2,452
2,452
2,452
3,458
2,447
2,471
2,474
2,484
2,495
2,487
2,498
2,506
2,512
2,515
2,520
2,525
2,515
2,539
2,556
2,565
2,573
2,579
2,583
2,591
2,599
2,606
2,614
2.622
2.614
2,439
2.455
2,463
2,470
2,477
2,480
2,489
2,500
2,511
2,520
2,530
2,523
2,548
2,567
2,572
2,584
2,601
2,600
2,611
2,624
2,638
2,650
2,606
2,641

ALL BANKS

43

NO. 12-NUMBER OF COMMERCIAL BANKS, BY POPULATION OF PLACE IN WHICH LOCATED
AND BY AMOUNT OF DEPOSITS, BY CLASS OF BANK, JUNE 30,1941'
Banks with deposits of —
Class of bank and population group

Total
number $100,000 $100,000 $250,000 $500,000 $1,000,000 $2.000,000 $5,000,000 $10,000,000 More than None,
to
to
to
to
to
to
or leas
$50,000,000 or not
$250,000 $500,000 $1,000,000 $2,000,000 $5,000,000 $10,000,000 $50,000,000
available
14,304
758
1,655
2,400
3,036
1,799
1,472
1,232
560
1,392

456
169
137
91
24
2
7
5
4
17

2,214
378
806
692
273
33
6
9
5
12

3,183
161
554
1,042
1,054
242
67
23
8
32

3,160
41
138
485
1,254
730
322
93
26
71

2,340
5
17
81
384
624
674
335
64
156

1,675
1
2
8
45
157
363
606
219
274

571

465

1
5
28
131
161
245

2
4
26
60
373

National banks
Less than 250 population
250 to 500 _ - 500 to 1,000
1,000 to 2, 500
2 500 to 5,000
5,000 to 10,000 10 000 to 25,000
25,000 to 50,000 .
50 000 and over

5,130
48
237
574
1,127
862
753
696
293
540

15
3
4
6
2

266
16
91
108
46
4
1

799
16
90
252
347
74
15
3

1,209
10
46
162.
500
333
124
27
4
3

1,197
2
5
41
205
349
383
174
19
19

942

344

269

1
5
27
99
212
382
126
80

2
18
84
105
135

State member banks3
Less than 250 population
250 to 500
500 to 1 000
1,000 to 2,500
2 500 to 5 000
5 000 to 10,000
10 000 to 25 000
25,000 to 50,000
50 000 and over

1,423
18
81
164
293
192
164
148
87
276

*
1
2
1

74
5
25
28
13
3

226
7
40
80
77
19
3

330
4
12
45
155
78
30
4
1
1

260
1
2
9
44
75
74
41
6
8

234
1
4
16
53
72
34
54

Insured nonmember commercial
banks
Less than 250 population
250 to 500
500 to 1 000
1 000 to 2 500
2 500 to 5 000
5,000 to 10,000
10 000 to 25 000
25 000 to 50 000
50 000 and over

6,869
535
1,152
1,499
1,516
701
521
360
154
431

250
93
85
55
12

2,014
125
398
659
603
142
44
16
8
19

1,523
26
75
257
570
306
160
59
17
53

847
2
9
31
130
191
211
117
38
118

882
157
185
163
100
44
34
28
26
145

187
72
46
29
10
2
6
3
2
17

144
13
26
51
27
7
5
4

98
1
5
21
29
13
8
3
4
14

36

All commercial banks
Less than 250 population
230 to 500
500 to 1,000
1,000 to 2,500
.
2,500 to 5,000
5 000 to 10,000
10,000 to 25,000
25 000 to 50,000
50,000 and over

Noninaured commercial banks
Less than 250 population
250 to 500
500 to 1 000
1 000 to 2 500
2 500 to 5 000
5 000 to 10 000
10 000 to 25 000
25 000 to 50 000
50 000 and over
1

_

2

1
2
2

1,595
288
584
495
190
23
4
6
2
3
279
69
.106
61
24
3
1
3
3
9.

11

154
1

153
87
1

2

16
39
213

86

2

115

119

57

4

1
3
26
28
57

1
5
18
95

57

4

465
1
1
2
10
37
91
138
57
128

101

65

6

3

1
1
7
18
27
47

1
3
4
3
54

6

3

34

11

12

4

4
5
7
4
2
12

3
1
6

77
2
1
1
1
4
1
4
13
50

1

1
5
9
6
3
1
11

86
2
1
1
1
4
1
4
13
59

1
1
11

4

This table and Table 13 are based on figures compiled by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, However, the Corporation's figures
covering noninsured banks have been adjusted (1) to exclude 120 banks in the United States—principally private banks not reporting to State
banking authorities and 34 banks in United States possessions—and (2) to include 109 banks—principally trust companies without deposits—
which are customarily included in the Board's figures.
2
Excludes the three small mutual savings banks which are members of the Federal Reserve System—one in Indiana and two in Wisconsin.




BANKING AND MONETARY STATISTICS

44

NO. 13-NUMBER AND DEPOSITS OF COMMERCIAL BANKS, BY AMOUNT
NUMBER
Banks with deposits of—
State and class of bank

United States
AH commercial banks.
National
State member1 .
Insured nonmember....
Noninsured
Alabama
AH commercial banks-

National
State member
Insured nonmember....
Noninsured
Arizona
AH commercial banks.
National
State member
Insured nonmember
Noninsured
Arkansas
AH commercial banks.
National
State member
Insured nonmember
Noninsured
California
All commercial banks.
National
State member
Insured nonmember.
Noninsured
Colorado
AH commercial banks.
National
State member
Insured nonmember.. ._
Noninsured
Connecticut
All commercial banks.
National
State member
Insured nonmember
Noninsured ,
,.
Delaware
All commercial banks.
National
State member
Insured nonmember
Noninsured
District of Columbia
All commercial banks.
National
State member
Insured nonmember
Noninsured
Florida
AH commercial banks.

National
State member
Insured nonmember. ,..
Noninsured
Georgia
AH commercial banks.
National
State member
Insured nonmember.,..
Noninsured
Idaho
All commercial banks.
National
State member
Insured nonmember
Noninsured

Total
number

$100,000 $100,000
or less
to
$250,000

$500,000 $1,000,000 $2,000,000 $5,000,000 $10,000,000 More than None,
$50,000,000 or not
to
to
to
to
to
available
$1,000,000 $2,000,000 $5,000,000 $10,000,000 $50,000,000

14,304
5,130
1,423
6,869
882

456
15
4
250
187

2,214
266
74
1,595
279

3,183
799
226
2,014
144

3,160
1,209
330
1,523
98

2,340
1,197
260
847
36

1,675
942
234
465
34

571
344
115
101
11

465
269
119
65
12

154
87
57
6
4

217
65
17
127
8

10
1
1
6
2

49
4
1
40
4

60
10
6
44

49
14
4
29
2

22
14
1
7

17
13
3
1

5
5

4
3
1

1
,1

2
1

4
1

1

1

3

1

3
2
1

44
16
4
24

26
11
4
11

6
5

4
4

51
25
2
24

43
22
3
16
1

41
21
2
18

12
5
2
2
3

16
6
4
5
1

12
7
3
2

2
1
1

7
6
1

1
1

10
4

16
9
2
4
1

3
1
1

7

1

7

4

1

2

1

1
1
6
5

3
1
1

3
3

1

13
5
2
5

1

1
1

18

60
2

51
8

15
3

55
3

42
1

227
96
17
83
31

1

5
1

23
9

1

3
1

12
2

144
78
15
44
7

8

33
15
2
15
1

34
21
3
9
1

26
19
6
1

13
9

5
3

21
6
2
11
2

130
52
7
41
30

2

4

13
6

19
9

2

2
2

1
6

12
6
1
2
3

44
17
3
18
6

43
15
4
23
1

1

3

8
3

13
7

4
1

5

6

3

216
50
9
148
9

1

2
1

1

5
4
1

86
2
4
3
77

2

2

9
1

3

5
1

9
4
1
4

2

2

3
1

5
1

2

1

4

40
7
1
30
2

31
12
1
17
1

30
17
1
12

7
4
2
1

6
6

22
9
6
7
173
52
5
107
9

3

17
1

33
2

1
1

15
1

31

286
51
18
200
17

32

66
57
8

56
• 13
4
38
1

28
7
2
18
1

19
12
2
5

5
2
2
1

3
1
2

20
2

83
14
5
61
3

50
19
9
21
1

2

10
1
1
8

10
2
3
5

16
8
4
4

2
1

7
4
1
1
1

1
1

92
9
5
76
2

204
53
13
135
3

203
83
27
90
3

128
66
16
46

102
66
13
20
3

43
29
5
9

39
27
7
5

24

1
23

4

3
2

Illinois
834
AH commercial banks.
339
National
89
State member
.
391
Insured nonmember. ...
15
Noninsured
_,_.._
For footnotes see end of table, p. 50.




$250,000
to
$500,000

2
13
10
3

1

4
3
2

2

2

7
5
2

3
1
1

1

ALL BANKS

45

Of DEPOSITS AND BY CLASS OF BANK, BY STATES, JUNE 30,194V
TOTAL DEPOSITS

[In thousands of dollars]
Banks with deposits of—
State and class of bank

Total
deposits

United States
All commercial banks.
National
State member 2
Insured nonmember
Noninsured

67,474,999
37,273,221
21,230,552
7,104,060
1,867,166

Alabama
All commercial banksNational
State member
Insured nonmember
Noninsured

403,000
285,121
60,895
53,927
2,147

Arizona
All commercial banks,
National
State member
Insured nonmember
Noninsured

103,034
72,155
12,121
18,758

Arkansas
All commercial banks.
National
State member
Insured nonmember
Noninsured

227,181
132,448
32,486
61,358
889

1,W*

10,520
449

18,670
3,091

948
151

9,639
432

15,273
306

California
All commercial banksNational
State member
Insured nonmember
Noninsured

4,843,593
3,404,509
917,823
483,046
38,215

94

1,030
200

8,844
3,475

94

622
208

4,702
667

Colorado
All commercial banks.
National
State member
Insured nonmember
Noninsured -

370,431
306,579
37,775
. 24,521
1,556

601
378
223

3,874
1,239
395
1,914
326

Connecticut
All commercial banks.
National
State member. . _
Insured nonmember
Noninsured

780,259
387,708
104,294
179,051
109,206

86

Delaware
All commercial banksNational , State member
_ _
Insured nonmember
Noninsured- .

229,557
20,283
149,891
59,164
219

District of Columbia
All commercial banks.
National
State member
Insured nonmember
Noninsured

450,704
271,836
149,203
29,665

Florida
All commercial banks.
National
State member
Insured nonmember
Noninsured.

544,361
420,492
18,709
101,981
3,179

Georgia
All commercial banks.
National
_.
State member
Insured nonmember
Noninsured
Idaho
All commercial banks.
National
State member
Insured nonmember
Noninsiired, ,

Illinois
All commercial banks.
National
_
State member
Insured nonmember
Noninsured
_,,




$100,000 $100,000 $250,000 ?500,000 $1,000,000 $2,000,000 $5,000,000 $10,000,000 More than None,
to
to
to
to
or less
to
$50,000,000 or not
to
to
$250,000 $500,000 $1,000,000 $2,000,000 $5,000,000 $10.000,000 $50,000,000
available
1

32,193 392,006 1,167,783 2,259,227 3,298,656 5,140,872 3,962,919 9,605,349 41,615,994
886,734 1,691,305 2,924,280 2,405,060 5,558,521 23,451,472
304,280
1,159 50,410
86,224
238,878
372,114
817,835 2,459,571 16,500,970
740,131
299 14.530
726,266 1,064,817 1,187,786 1,376,686
18,956 282,792
660,657 1,264,054
522,046
79,367
323,203 1,141,506
68,798
47,451
99,775
51,013
11,779 44,274
21,864
3,671
2,307
15,886

33,974
10,625
3,176
18,916
1,257

30,291
19,808
1,363
9,120

53,532
42,655
8,207
2,670

33,135
33,135

136,266
90,702
45,564

362

982
982

2,293
1,233

15,522
3,009

5,185

1,060

12,513

5,185

78,690
66,931
11,759

31,469
11,262
3,045
17,162

36,550
15,269
5,807
15,474

16,199
13,337

28,908
28,908

83,766
60,132
23,634

37,892
19,107
1,882
16,903

58,961
30,902
5,613
21,116
1,330

126,383
66,618
6,720
53,045

74,110
31,627
11,759
12,785
17,939

335,215
125,441
89,858
101,845
18,071

4,201,064
3,127,139
801,991
271,934

13,258
5,967
899
4,999
393

22,818
14,440
1,712
6,052
614

38,182
27,762
8,592
1,828

33,835
24,485

11,594
5,892
5,702

176,459
155,984
20,475

70,810
70,810

779

4,818
2,189-

28,143
12,994

372
407

354
2,275

141,654
61,641
10,291
54,297
15,425

72,164
25,707

293,136
173,749
35,559
71,916
11,912

230,662
106,428
57,938

86

8,817
5,000
506
1,137
2,174

79

535

2,962
1,170

10,037
5,243

6,551
1,879

72,413

110,646

1,792

4,794

4,672

34,953
37,460 '

110,646

665
67
79
482
37

8,663
758
199
6,853
853

362

79

316
219

13,811
1,338

2,862

9,350

37,164
9,293

26,334
11,991
4,292
10,051

83,700
83,700

66,296

208,556
118,471
90,085

204,193
145,075
59,118

56,200
35,220
14,170
6,810

138,951
138,951

172,423
172,423

277,760
277,760

2,619

5,621
2,720

29,715
5,570

2,619

2,901

24,145

28,378
4,815
640
21,593
1,330

45,374 ' 87,841
49,905
18,040
2,061
1,838
23,841
35,875
1,655

171

3,112
23S

11,911
899

95
76

2,755
118

11,012

603,485
398,975
92,726
107,392
4,392

1,649

11,890

1,410
239

198
10,212
1,480

29,085
5,252
1,958
20, 947
928

40,198
9,528
3,098
26.841
731

39,774
9,095
2,959
26,706
1,014

57,903
35,628
6,498
15,777

38,795
16,986
16,310
5,499

106,431
44,726
61,705

112,701
90,790
7,405
11,861
2,645

167

1,897
242
189
1,466

3,498
711
983
1,804

11,546
6,073
2,718
2,755

3,572
1,695

24,339
14,387
3,515
3,792
2,645

5,391
5,391

62,291
62,291

5,639,788
4,234,433
990,036
401,837
13,479

925

17,629
1,670
974
14,703
282

75,889
20,646
5,266
48,978
999

148,248
63,543
19,942
62,478
2,285

177,768
93,563
22,762
61,443

328,654
212,423
43,601
62,952
9,678

302,743
205,897
36,834
60,012

658,358
447,546
120,231
90,581

167

690
235

1,877

3,929,574
3,189,145
740,429

BANKING AND MONETARY STATISTICS
NO. 13-NUMBER AND DEPOSITS OF COMMERCIAL BANKS, BY AMOUNT
NUMBER
Banks with deposits of —
State and class of bank

Total
number

$100,000 $100,000 $250,000 $500,000 $1,000,000 $2,000,000 $5,000,000 $10,000,000 More than None,
to
to
to
to
to
to
or less
$50,000,000 or not
$250,000 $500,000 $1,000,000 $2,000,000 $5,000,000 $10,000,000 $50,000,000
available

Indiana
All commercial banksNational
State member *
Insured nonmember
Noninsured

602
124
•69
282
27

Iowa
All commercial banks
National
State member .
Insured nonmember
Noninsured
_ „

644
103
47
434
60

5

Kansas
All commercial banksNational ...
State member
Insured nonmember
Noninsured

660
181
26
244
209

66

Kentucky
All commercial banks.
National
State member
i
Insured nonmember
Noninsured

405
95
18
259
33

16

Louisiana
All commercial banks.
National
State member
_ _
Insured nonmember
Noninsured

146
29
8
108
1

Maine
All commercial banks.
National
State member
Insured nonmember
NoTiipsurfid „ . . ^

67
36
5
17
9

Maryland
All commercial banks.
National
State member
Insured nonmember
Noninsured
Massachusetts
All commercial banks.
National
State member
Insured nonmember
Noninaured

5

66
4
8
42
12

145
21
13
106
5

112
26
19
63
4

81
32
13
34
2

60
18
12
29
1

16
12
1
3

16
10
3
3

66
1
2
49
14

213
16
7
168
22

194
33
14
134
13

106
34
11
57
4

40
8
8
21
3

14
7
3
4

6
4
2

227
32
1
97
97

175
53
10
72
40

96
41
7
31
17

59
26
5
21
.7

27
20
2
5

4
3
1

5
5

106
3
1
90
12

94
17
2
71
4

90
26
3
58
3

54
28
4
21
1

28
14
4
9
1

5
3
2

6
2
2
2

2
2

2

13
1

27
26
1

14
6
3
5

8
5
2
1

3
3

12

40
9
2
29

3
1

2

36
4
1
31

22
13
3
4
2

8
4

22
10
2
10

10
8
1
1

2
3

1
4

18
48

8
8

1

4
2

10
4

17
10

1

2

4
2

6
1

18

30
5
1
24

49
19
1
29

34
18

175
63
11
98
3

1

196
124
29
37
6

1
1

3

27

, . .,

442
78
143
200
21

2
1

5
21
1

Minnesota
All commercial banks.
National
State member .,
Insured nonmember
Noninsurad

676
186
21
437
32

10

Mississippi
All commercial banks.
National
State member
Insured nonmember
Noninsured

207
24
2
174
7

Missouri
AH commercial banks.
National ._
•
State member
Insured nonmember
Noninsured

Michigan
All commercial banks.
National
State member
Insured nonmember
NoninRlirad

,.

Montana
All commercial banks.

1

16

7
6
1

23
19

40
32

3

8

1
4
4

5
3
2

3
1
6
1
3
2

1
1

----

....

5
2
2
1

62
35
7
18
2

29
17
7
5

26
9
12
3
2

5
4
1

6
3
3

13
1
8
24
77
4

123
15
50
54
4

77
18
28
28
3

57
20
22
13
2

19
8
5
5
1

14
6
6

2id

40
8
168
3

183
63
6
112
2

73
42
2
26
3

29
23
3
2
1

10
8
1
1

4
4

5
5

143
3
1
123
16

11

39

50

53
4

28
7

IS
9

6
3

10
1

39

1
46
3

46
3

21

9

3

618
84
68
426
40

43
1

183

11
1
42

2
1

2
1
I

2
1
1

25
State membtsr
44
Insured nonmember
Noninsured.
For footnotes see end of table, p.<50.




1
17

2

1
1

32
10

1

2
154
20

138
12
8
114
.4.

107
17
15
74
1

65
14
14
37

40
13
16
11

15
3
4
8

31
10
4
17

35
11
10
14

10
5
1
4

12
8
4

•

3
3

2
3
3

2
2

18
11
7

12
6
3
3

2
1
1

4
3
1

6
3
3

6
1
5

ALL BANKS

47

OF DEPOSITS AND BY CLASS OF BANK, BY STATES, JUNE 30,1941M)ontinued
TOTAL DEPOSITS
[In thousands of dollars]
Banks with deposits of—
State and class of bank.

Indiana
All commercial banks.

National
State member '
Insured nonmember

Iowa
All commercial banksNational
Insured nonmember
Kansas
All commercial banks.
National
Insured nonmember
Kentucky
All commercial banksNational
State member
Insured nonmember
Louisiana
All commercial banks.
National
State member
Insured nonmember
Maine
All commercial banksNational
Insured nonmember
Maryland
All commercial banksNational
State member
. Insured nonmember
Noninsured
Massachusetts
All commercial banks.
National
State member
Insured nonmember
Michigan
All commercial banksNational
State member
Noninsurcd
Minnesota
All commercial banks.
National
State member
Noninsured
Mississippi
All commercial banks.
National
Insured nonmember
Noninsurpd
Missouri
All commercial banks
National
State member
Noninsured
Montana
All commercial banks
National
State member
Insured nonmember
Noninsured




Total
deposits

S100.000 $250,000
100,000 |
to
to
or less
1250,000 $500,000

1,077,345
592,846
161,685
311,638
11,176

321

771,393
288,242
126,613
323,408
33,130

406

462,910
276,298
26,850
107,592
52,200

170
151

76
330
4,476

1,424
3,052

13,028
766
1,651
7,673
1,938

52,678
8,289
4,531
38,398
1,460

81,968
20,481
13,562
45,443
2,482

116,603
45,352
18,517
50,364
2,370

179,867
53,995
34,951
88,146
2,775

107,128
78,665
6,300
22,163

372,294
230,840
82,173
59,281

12,638
235
363
9,382
2,658

79,345
6,233
2,840
62,515
7,757

135,951
25,104
9,992
91,954
8,901

144,244
47,740
14,348
77,347
4,809

116,800
25,471
24,702
57,952
8,675,

98,174
55,695
18,297
24,182

183,835
127,764
56,071

38,696
5,894
171
17,473
15,158

62,353
19,701
3,705
25,427
13,520

66,576
28,786
4,800
21,385
11,605

82,188
36,830
7,525
28,968
8,865

75,622
57,695
5,012
12,915

. 28,280
22,643
5,637

104,749
104,749

17,557
610
212
15,000
1,735

35,177
6,831
711
25,947
1,688

64,554
19,247
2,331
41,082
1,894

73,347
36,276
5,639
30,233
1,199

76,888
38,266
12,788
22,368
3,466

32,391
19,402
12,989

113,758
42,796
42,400
28,562

132,434
132.434

10,038

25,081
3,206
756
21,119

53,845
11,119
2,686
40,040

43,260
16,933
12,661
12,666

18,978
6,222

158,398
94,336
46,406
17,656

292,412
292,412

62,663
36,159
10,741
10,586
5,176

63,583
35,413

69,239
34,194
5,423
29,612

68,847
55,478
7,295
6,074

547,300
295,862
77,070
163,818
10,550

1,194

603,441
424,451
62,509
116,113
368

145

3,284
223

145

2,061

626
568

$500,000 $1,000,000 $2,000,000 $5,000,000 510,000,000 More than None,
to
to
to
$50,000,000 or not
to
$1,000,000 $2,000,000 $5,000,000 1510,000,000 P50,000,000
available

.

9,670
368

198

1,607
822

7,404
3,412

24,166
13,221

198

231,348
132,077
39,419
40,746
19,106

785

2,603
1,389

9,158
1,787

3,576

35,260
13,795
684
20,781

51,370
26,525

203
3,373

11,859
2,038
321
9,500

162
162

2,961
2,586

17,326
14,182
828
2,316

56,786
46,968

85,813
11,344
35,398
36,095
2,976

844,071
441,106
181,142
144,738
77,085

84

3,379,370
1,737,164
431,181
139,850
71,175

90
90

2,084,423
1,195,446
650,462
178,426
60,089

353

5,569

189
64

""997"
4,268
304

42,394
3,247
9,171
28,447
1,529

1,056,312
817,938
23,056
204,288
11,030

787
448
339

25,488
589
243
22,305
2,351

80.367
16,240
3,163
59,983
981

323,977
76,349
16,530
127,642
3,456

820

6,773

749
71

1,779.307
805,642
718,601
249,177
5,887

3,343
96

157,201
87,293
47,587
22,321

143
61

84

81

18,399
9,771

71,728
43,050
28,678

142,863
15,762
50,100
77,001

1

460,983
293,314
117,116
50,553

195,105
109,523
24,537
53,808
7,237

204,264
125,418
45,735
33,111

536,630
180,724
251,536
40,797
63,563

1,366,056
1,257,511
108,545

108,136
26,627
35,965
41,206
4,338

171,913
61,900
66,940
38,631
4,442

135,082
58,626
41,569
29,590
5,297

361,393
112,627
107,627

1,273,870
921,075
352,795

139,326
46,259
4,273
77,587
1,207

97,702
57,431
2,239
34,229
3,803

80,266
65,751
7,555
4.611
2,349

67,821
57,113
5,583
5,125

101,869
101,869

18,541

37,831
3,343

38,418
9,844

55,514
30,396

39,078
21,837

32,277
2,211

28,574

25,118

17,241

37,003
10,929
16,073

6,773

457
16,910
1,174

31,424
1,256
345
26,592
3,231

49,033
4,819
3,168
39,715
1,331

74,690
10,838
11,283
51,930
639

91,513
19.088
22,189
50,235

125,383
37,611
59,157
28,614

131,808
82,697
49,111

329,134
137,947
41,557
49.630

3,906
528
915
1,463

11,126
3,559
1,358
6,209

24,563
7,698
7,414
9,451

13,610
7,481
1,012
5,117

41,589
28,537
13,052

14,347
5,707
8,640

48,918
33,722
15,196

375

2,461
686

24,845

12,756

154,458
154,458

9,818

--

41,139
472,686
472,686

1,043,081
511,290
531,791

"

BANKING AND MONETARY STATISTICS

48

NO. 13-NUMBER AND DEPOSITS OF COMMERCIAL BANKS, BY AMOUNT
NU

Banks with deposits of—
Total
number

State and class of bank

Nebraska
AH commercial banks.
National - . State member
Insured nonmember.,
Noninsured

$100,000 $100,000
or less
to
$250,000

418
133

45
2

214
57

18
25

n

$250,000
to
$500,000

$500,000 $1,000,000 $2,000,000 $5,000,000 $10,000,000 More than None,
to
to
to
to
to
$50,000,000 or not
$1,000,000 $2,000,000 $5,000,000 $10,000,000 $50,000,000
available

1
1

1

108
38
9
56
5

58
34
2
21
1

24
17
1
5
1

12
12.

2

163
22
2
114
25

2
1
1

5
3
1
1

1

20
16

14
11
1
1
1

10
9

44
35
1
7
1

108
72
16
20

108
71
17
20

40
21
13
6

2
2

1
1

46
16
19
10
1

33
6
22

1

3

1

5
2

2

1

Nevada
All commercial banks,
National
State member
Insured nonmember, _ - _
Noninsured

11
6
2
3

New Hampshire
All commercial banks.
National
State member
Insured nonmember
Noninsured

64
52
1
3
8

1

5
3

1

2

New Jersey
All commercial banksNational
Rtate member
Insured nonmember.,
Noninsured

359
225
62
63
9

1

1

13
9

1

1

2
2

3
1
1
1

10
5
2
2
1

9
3
1
5

13
8
1
4

3
2

80
55
8
16
1

164
107
21
35
1

172
112
24
35
1

148
83
30
32
3

67
35
22
10

49
3

44
16
4
24

29
16
1
12

8
3
1
3
1

10
10

7
7

C
6

1
1

New Mexico
All commercial banks.
National
State member
Insured nonmember
New York
All commercial banks.
Nations!
State member
Insured nonmember
Noninsured
North Carolina
All commercial banks.
State member
Insured nonmember. _ „ _
North Dakota ^
All commercial banks.
Insured nonmember

.

Ohio
All commercial banks.
Nations I
State member
Insured nonmember
Oklahoma
All commercial banks.
State member
Insured non member., _ . .
Oregon
All commercial banks.
National
Insured nonmember
Pennsylvania
All commercial banksNational
State member
Insured nonmember .

41
22
5
13
1
730
425
147
142
16

3

3

16
11
1
2
2

228 |
44
10
166
8

6

35

69?
242
130
301
19
390
207
11
163
9

'
4
1
3

20
1
16
3

72
26
6
37
3

1,078
687
89
274
28

9
9

1
3

5
4

1
1
34
14
13
7

6
3
2
1

1

34
1

45
1

49
4
2
41
2

56
8

54
12

18
7

46
2

39
3

11

49
7
6
29
7

150
25
22
95
8

177
59
32
85
1

141
68
21
52

106
48
27
31

34
18
9
7

21
11
8
2

10
5
5

112
33
4
70
5

119
64
4
50
1

68
50
1
17

37
27
1
9

22
20
1
1

7
7

2
2

3
3

17
3
2
12

19
9
2
8

11
6
2
3

1

1
1

2
2

132
93
6
31
2

226
159
9
50
8

286
186
19
77
4

12
1

5
1
4

i

4

15
2

4
2

14
160
45 """"...
9
105
10

For footnotes see end of table, p. 50.




2

1
1

32
18
1
12

:

5
3
1
1

80
49
16
14
1

1

1

249
150
24
75

3

2

1

1
43
23
7
12
1

15
9
6

10
1
2
7

ALL BANKS

49

OF DEPOSITS AND BY CLASS OF BANK, BY STATES, JUNE 30,1941'-Continued
TOTAL DEPOSITS
[In thousands of dollars]
Banks with deposits of—
State and class of bank

Total
deposits

$100,000 1100,000
or leas
to
1250,000

$250,000
$500,000

Nebraska
All commercial banks.
National
State member
Insured nonmember.
Noninsured

357,032
280,529
6,626
60,636
9,241

Nevada
All Commercial banks.
National
State member
Insured nonmember
Noninsured

16,653
42,951
1,783
1,919

New Hampshire
All commercial banks.
National
State rn ember
Insured nonmember
Noninsured

100,925
82,681
1,424
9,450
7,370

83

827
600

83

227

New Jersey
All commercial banks.
National
State member
Insured nonmember
Noninsured

2,044,608
979,756
693,326
369,452
2,074

45

133

5,514
3,681

45

132

871
962

New Mexico
All commercial banksNational
State member
Insured nonmember
Noninsured

69,551
54,779
2,630
11,808
334

440
138
158
144

3,286
162

27,444
4,160
418
19,262
3,604

$500,000 $1,000,000 $2,000,000 $5,000,000 $10,000,000 More than None,
to
to
to
to
$50,000,000 or not
to
$1,000,000 $2,000,000 $5,000,000 $10,000,000 $50,000,000
available

37,789
13,692
3,441
19,118
1,538

38,825
23,137
1,509
13,356
823

32,817
22,507
1,258
7,482
1,570

32,171
32,171

754

1,282
568
714

6,467
4,233
1,069
1,165

2,673
2,673

14,466
11,401

20,348
16,058
1,424
1,692
1,174

39,792
26,048

34,301
26,760
967
5,639
935

161,664
107,102
24,785
29,777

341,394
223,353
55,086
62,955

376,313
143,286
88,208
44,819

713,139
292,879
251,891
167,369

3,808
1,998
706
770
334

6,429
2,059
747
3,623

18,063
11,826
1,019
5,218

10,035
7,982

17,836
17,836

13,940
12,940

192

3,251
2,235
181
415
420

30,350
20,858
3,065
6,140
287

120,134
79,427
14,541
25,622
544

248,948
159,950
37,091
50,500
1,407

472,928
269,384
87,407
103,156
12,981

452,857
228,308
157,971
66,578

592,795
138,803
248,049
198,473
7,470

453

6,502

17,766
1,320

306
147

6,385
117

16,193
253

35,102
3,360
1,629
28,585
1,528

64,046
22,810
6,523
34,713

87,334
52,454
3,774
31,106

54,673
21,702
8,275
19,271
5,425

84,541
53,842

878

9,322
1,416

19,320
4,798

13,174
4,781

13,624
13,624

21,665
21,665

7,558
7,558

29,089
1,610

631
247

7,600
306

13,465
1,057

7,393

Ohio
All commercial banks.
National . _ _
State member
Insured nonmember
Noninsured

2,944,603
1,328,091
1,271,410
339,927
5,175

351
96

9,086
1,550
1,150
5,248
1,138

56,377
9,542
8,545
35,006
3,184

136,014
43,650
22,980
58,786
598

200,383
94,922
31,698
73,763

315,021
147,599
80,810
86,612

245,832
131,903
64,995
48,934

457,516
241,060
184,878
31,578

1,534,123
657,769
876,354

Oklahoma
All commercial banks.
National
State member
Insured nonmember
"Nrminsnrfid

507,862
442,711
6,292
57,476
1,383

1,644
94

19,411
5,891
867
11,911
742

41,613
22,500
1,679
17,005
429

46,940
35,071
503
11,366

52,999
39,077
1,125
12,797

65,290
60,113
2,118
3,059

46,378
46,378

39,321
39,221

194,366
194,366

Oregon
All commercial banksNational
State member
Insured nonmember
Noninsured
r_.

389,109
355,853
4,694
24,727
3,835

3,291
450

6,437
1,133
747
4,557

13,734
6,726
1,515
5,493

15,053
8,798
2,432
3,823

14,069
8,213

5,992

11,652
11,652

318,881
318,881

2,209
3,647

5,992

Pennsylvania
All commercial banks.
National
State member
Insured nonmember...Noninsurpd

5,621,414
3,401,166
1,469,146
690,652
60,450

50,036
35,199
2,467
11,723
647

168,197
116,898
6,845
37,997
6,457

405,077
264,474
25,717
110,194
4,692

768,719
465,236
77,423
226,060

554,478
337,806
116,831
' 90,390
9,451

773,161
375,427
146,119
211,792
38,823

2,895,732
1,802,223
1,093,509

New York
All commercial banks. 21,819,098
National
. . 8,468,033
11,602,761
State member
635,508
Insured nonmember
1,112,796
Noninsured
North Carolina
All commercial banks
National
State member
Insured nonmember
Noninsured
North Dakota 3
All commercial banks.
National
_
State member
Insured nonmember
Noninsured
- ,




1,418
1,706

754

192

255

1,338
212

2,653
188

242
97
145

6,772
3,903
235
2,399
235

3,179
3,179

923
2,142

3,744

8,380
8,380

123,253
123,253

53,067
53,067

35,477
35 477

32,330
25,395
6,835

513,106
182,695
272,389
58,022

2,053

961,729 19,528,709
289,206 7,418,665
409,208 10,893,297
241,560
141,537
21,755 1 075,210
99,071
37,157

327,848
227, 848

61,914

50

BANKING AND MONETARY STATISTICS
NO. 13-NUMBER AND DEPOSITS OF COMMERCIAL BANKS. BY AMOUNT
NUMBER

Banks with deposits of—
State and class of bank

Total
number

Rhode Island
All commercial banks.

$100,000 $100,000 $250,000 $500,000 $1,000,000 $2,000,000 $5,000,000 $10,000,000 More than None,
$50,000,000 or not
to
to
or less
to
to
to
to
$250,000 $500,000 $1,000,000 $2,000,000 $5,000,000 $10,000,000 $50,00°0,000
available

South Carolina
All commercial banks.
National
State member
Insured nonmember
Noninsured

151
22
5
87
37

31

U

9
22

27
7

South Dakota
All commercial banks.
National
State member
.
Insured nonmember
Noninsured
...

162
38
22
101
1

3

60
5

3

55

Tennessee
All commercial banks.
National
.
State member
Insured nonmeniber
Noninsured

297
71
7
210
9

16

81
3

14
2

73
5

Texas
All commercial banks.
National
State member
Insured nonmember
Noninsured

836
445
82
255
54

47
6
3
24
14

Utah
All commercial banks.
National
State member
Insured nonmember
Noninsured „

60
13
21
26

Vermont
All commercial banks.
National

73
40

Insured nonmember
Noninsured

32
1

Virginia
All commercial banks.
National
State member
Insured nonmember
N onins u r e d

314
130
50
132
2

3

Washington
All commercial banks.
National
_ .
State member
Insured nonmember
Noninsured

135
43
H
73
5

5

West Virginia
All commercial banks.
National
State member
Insured nonmember
Noninsured

181
77
21
75
8

1

565
99
43
412
11
58
26
9
23

Wisconsin
All commercial banks.
National
State member2
Insured nonmember
Wyoming
All commercial banks.
National
Insured nonmember
1

See footnote 1, Table 12, p. 43.




2
2

1
1

7
1

6
5

2
4

1
1

.

26
12
2
2
10

National
State member
Insured nonmember
Noninsured

1

2

4
3
1

2
1
1

4
1
1

3

2
2

3

29
3
1
23
2

28
4
1
18
5

14
4
2
8

9
6

59
14
10
35

22
7
9
5
1

10
4
3
3

4
4

3
3

1
1

70
10
1
59

59
15
2
41
1

41
23
1|
Ib
1

15
8
1
6

3
3

8
5
2
1

4
4

181
63
15
83
20

189
87
25
69
8

193
109
24
52
8

11
1
81 !
10 i
19
1

56
47
2
7

23
19
2
1
1

27
26
1

7
7

4

19
1
7
11

12
4
7
1

3

1

4

15
4
3
8

2
I

1

6
4
1
1

3
3

10
6

17
10

19
10

21
10

2
1

4

7

9

11

1

U

69
25
10
33
1

84
29
14
41

70
33
14
23

42
26
7
9

12
8
1
3

8
6
1
1

2
1
1

23

39
5
3
30
1

28
11
3
14

18
10
2
5
1

7
6

6
3
2

6
6

2
2

11
3
2
5
1

38
12
5
21

48
18
6
22
2

44
22
4
17
1

23
13

5

66
2

3
2

62
2

147
4
6
134
3

154
24
8
119
3

11
1
27
13
71

1

8
1
1
6

10
1
1
8

22
12
7
3

2
1

4
1

1

1

2
2
20

4
19

2 See footnote 2, Table 12, p. 43,

2
1

1

•

1

58
27
10
20
1

14
7
4
3

8
7
1

6
5

3
3

4

1

2

5
3
2

See. footnote 8, Table 8, p. 33.

1
1

1

8
4

a

2

1

9
6
2
1

9
1

2

2
2
1
1

ALL BANKS

51

OF DEPOSITS AND BY CUSS OF BANK, BY STATES, JUNE 30, IMlMJontinued
TOTAL DEPOSITS
[In thousands of dollars]
Banks with deposits of—
Total
deposits

State and class of bank

Rhode Island
All commercial banks.
National

$100,000 (100,000 $250,000 $500,000 $1,000,000 $2,000,000 $5,000,000 $10,000,000 More than None,
to
to
to
$50,000,000 or not
to
to
to
to
or less
1250,000 .$500,000 $1,000,000 $2,000,000 $5,000,000 $10,000,000 $50,000,000
available

29
29

South Carolina
All commercial banks.
National
State member
Insured nonmember
Noninsured .

190,874
127,529
11,645
43,014
8,686

1,603

5,782

563
1,040

4,787
995

South Dakota
All commercial banks.
National
State member
Insured nonmember
Noninsured

107,152
62,937
15,389
28,182
644

263

10,386
933

263

9,453

Tennessee
All commercial banks.
National
State member
_.
Insured nonmember _ _ . .
Noninsured

678,955
511,854
50,979
113,074
3,048

1,254

13,518
637

1,130
124

12,215
666

Texas
All commercial banks.
National
State member
Insured nonmember
Nopingured *».»..» a _,

1,837,832
1,608,726
77,137
129,710
22,259

3,359
464
220
1,722
953

Utah
All commercial banks.
National
Stp±$ member * T ,
Insured nonmember
Noninsured

Insured nonmember
NnninH^red^

Tr

„

r

,

T

Vermont
All commercial banks.
National
State member
Insured nonmember
Noninsured..Virginia
All commercial banksNational

98,574
16,353
31,282

5,178

50,939

28,076
20,881
7,195

76,631
76,631

205,384
76,460
128,924

19,879
2,944
877
12,452
3,606

19,978
4,575
3,080
12,323

28,090
21,263

20,579
5,351
3,609
11,619

14,821
4,712
6,490
2,975
644

14,791
5,629
5,290
3,372

12,409
12,409

22,450
22,450

11,453
11,453

25,522
3,825
331
21,366

42,060
11,292
1,494
28,381
893

57,651
32,485
1,932
21,869
1,365

45,364
23,576
3,692
18,096

17,970
17,970

187,315
133,768
43,530
10,017

288,301
288,301

30,985
11,174
2,740
13,898
3,173

68,653
32,453
8,988
24, 162
3,050

134,674
76,993
17,223
34,657
5,801

150,041
109,199
14,482
25,272
1,088

179,202
150,823
4,890
23,489

161,210
128,613
17,893
6,510
8,194

557,245
546,544
10,701

552,463
552,463

178,026
83,096
64,174
30,756

804

13,287
736
5,304
7,247

16,996
5,202
10,169
1,625

9,947

7,749

804

5,659
1,518
1,186
2,955

6,635
3,312

7,749.

123,584
75,640
33,131
14,813

119,325
60,074

579
579

4,150
2,316

11,730
6,415

26,909
13,294

61,624
30,129

14,333
7,341

1,834

5,315

13,615

31,495

6,992

4,485
339
384
3,762

25,273
9,327
3,719
11,917
310

61 , 097
21,795
9,928
29,374

96,790
45,601
18,345
32,844

129,684
76,096
22,973
30,615

79,037
52,788
7,195
19,054

199,615
159,741
12,591
27,283

166,228
93,664
72,564

4,015
760
3,255

14,997
2,203
1,271
11,247
276

19,637
7,696
2,057
9,884

25,920
14,030
2,502
7,633
1,755

22,840
18,828

49,642
21,440
19,383

157,512
157,512

324,885
324,885

2,120
694
353
923
150

14,259
4,576
1,853
7,830

35,867
14,222
4,884
15,624
1,137

60,092
30,258
5,678
22,264
1,892

69,426
42,763

110,821
17,517
5,963
85,346
1,995

154,417
40,772
17,441
96,204

15,226
8,433
4,668
2,125

59,251

.

182

Insured nonmember
Noniiwure-d
Washington
All commercial banks.
National
State member
Insured nonmember. _ _.
Noninsured-..

619,846
546,594
'25,973
36,368
10,911

398

West Virginia
All commercial banksNational
State member,
Insured nonmember
Noninsured

351,037
189,778
79,215
75,922
6,122

90

Wisconsin
All commercial banks.
National
fitftte member ^ _, ...^
Insured nonmember
Noninaured.

1,088,463
613,422
148,697
319,471
6,873

262

12,295
450

2Q5
57

11,562
283

53,261
1,687
2,596
47,575
1,403

Wyoming
All commercial banks.
National
State member
.
Insured nonmember
Noninsured

73,176
52,845
5,225
15,106

82

1,331
201
229
901

4,112
453
328
3,331




38,839
33,661

10,835
1,235
493
8,360
747

762,391
459,351
147,699
155,001
340

Stp.t,a member

1,043
1,043

18,422
2,403
6,770
9,249

1,828
1,828

364,119
131,777
160,206
6,770
65,366

StM^ member. ,_.

152
30

337
61

90

82

4,529
2,298

4,012

8,819

55,748
37,679
12,598
5,471

113,435
59,586
53,849

173,480
78,717
32,619
59,009
3,135

96,105
52,924
23,611
19,570

151,733
140,982
10,751

12,534
7,094

18,379
15,152

21,512
21,512

5,440

3,227

23,810
2,853

336,089
280,373
55,716

BANKING AND MONETARY STATISTICS
NO. 14-CHANGES IN THE NUMBER OF INCORPORATED COMMERCIAL
Total
19211941

Character of change

1921

1922

1923

1924

1925

1926

1927

1928

1929

1930

All incorporated commercial banks
Increases in number of banks B __ _ _ _ _ _ _
Primary organizations (new banks).,,.
Conversions from private banks
Reopenings of suspended banks
Reopenings (licensing ) of unlicensed banks 3_
Unclassified

038
472
60
93
13

12

8

7

3

6

14

4

3

3

23,479
14,525
7,412
1,391
20
131

826
461
305
48
12

783
343
394
35
1
10

1,007
623
329
51
1
3

1,197
738
373
80
2
4

1,010
579
363
59
2
7

1,468
924
462
75
4
3

1,367
636
567
57
2
5

1,089
479
534
71
2
3

1,334
628
636
57
1
2

3,135
1,292
769
68
1
5

29,018

Decreases in number of banks 2 . .
Suspensions
Consolidations and absorptions
Voluntary liquidations _ _ _ _ „ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Conversions to private banks
Unclassified

8,498
4,817
315
1,914
1,234
218

28,830

38,396

37,724

27,223

26,280

25,468

34,703

23,695

21,877

135
81
5
21
1
17

336
120
45
60
3
8

142
108
7
16
1
10

129
86
9
24
2
8

90
70
5
12
1
2

103
72
6
21

73
33
2
34

3

4

445
161
259
7
3
15

Number at end of year

585
409
46
118

5S3
458
49
68

535
383
27
108

509
403
22
81

525
345
14
160

455
296
18
127

324
252
15
53

316
235
9
69

317
153
6
155

National banks
Increases in number of banks 2 .
Primary organizations (new banks)
Conversions from State member banks.,.
Conversions from nonmember banks
Conversions from private banks
Reopenings of suspended banks
Reopenings (licensing) of unlicensed banks 3 .
Unclassified

2,492
1,458
205
472
19
177
161

187
110
16
49
3
9

224
74
21
101
3
25

184
96
30
45
2
11

Decreases in number of banks 2
Suspensions
Consolidations and absorptions ... ...
Voluntary liquidations
Conversions to State member banks .
Conversions to nonmember banks
_. __
Conversions to private banks .
^Unclassified

5,499
2,733
2,238
209
34
284
1

146
52
74
12
3
5

169
49
107
8

261
122
96
28
3
12

231
118
81
14
1
17

385
123
129
12
2
39

375
91
160
9
1
14

220
57
136
7

5

225
90
96
20
6
13

20

338
64
225
3
6
30

8,165

8,220

8,179

8,043

8,048

67,905

7,759

7,629

7,403

67,031

36
31
1
2

30
27

35
27
6
2

34
18
3
2

124
17
53

134
27
47
1
2
47

Number at end of year

State member banks
Increases in number of banks 2
Admissions of nonmember banks
Conversions from national banks
Reopenings of suspended banks
Reopenings (licensing) of unlicensed banks3.
U nclassified . .„
.
... _ .

1,789
l,65i
34
41
45
16

208
201
3
1

102
95

2

78
66
6
3

3

5

3

Decreases in number of banks 2 ...,__
Suspensions
_ _ . . _ _
Consolidations and absorptions
Voluntary liquidations. - .
Conversions to national banks
Withdrawals from membership
Unclassified

1,771
598
472
51
205
433
12

75
19
16

77
13
20
9
21
14

133
32
25
6
30
29

1,639

1,595

_

Number at end of year

16
18
6

1,614

47
42
3
2

44
39
1
2

44
38
2
4

3

2

2

1

1,544

147
28
34
1
45
39

131
35
24
5
7
59
1

115
31
46
3
9
26

97
16
31
4
5
39
2

1,441

98
38
21
6
5
26
2

1,354

1,375

1,308

6
48

1,119

1,019

Nonmember incorporated commercial banks
2

430
283
17
39
19
71

7,398
3,359
284
433
296
1,696
1,028
202

535
362
5
18
57
83
10

7

5

7

1

6

12

4

3

2

. 19,390
11,194
4,702
1,131
Voluntary liquidations ,
472
Conversions to national banks . _ Admissions to Federal Reserve membership. 1,653
Conversions to private banks
.19
Unclassified
119

897
390
215
36
49
201
6

773
281
267
18
101
95
1
10

849
501
208
25
45
66
1
3

947
578
256
46
21
42
2
2

833
433
248
44
60
39
2
7

1,193
766
309
58
16
38
4
2

982
514
361
45
24
31
2
5

875
406
367
60
12
27
2
1

1,010
547
358
54
21
27
1
2

1,685
1,104
463
80
34
18
1
5

19,339

18,961

18,633

18437

17,734

17,031

16,434

15,866

16,173

13,837

Increases in number of banks
Primary organizations (new banks)
_ _.
Conversions from national banks
Withdrawals from Fed. Res. membership..
Conversions from private banks .1
Reopenings of suspended banks
*
Reopenings .(licensing) of unlicensed banks3.
Unclassified
Decreases in number of banks 2
Suspensions
_
„ _ „

Number at end of year

.-

.

„

495
335
5
14
43
91

510
362
13
29
47
54

462
302
12
26
26
89

480
237
19
59
13
146

395
210
14
26
16
117

307
182
20
39
14
48

317
163
30
48
9
64

339
120
15
47
6
149

1 Incorporated commercial banks exclude, in addition to mutual savings banks, all private banks. For an explanation of the differences
between the number of nonmember commercial banks shown in this table and in Tables 1 and 6, see introductory text, p. 14.
2
For an explanation of the items under this heading, particularly with reference to the handling of licensed and unlicensed banks in 1933,
see introductory text, pp. 13 and 14.
8
Comprises banks granted licenses after June 30, 1933; bariks granted licenses Between March 16, 1933 (the last day of the banking holiday)
and June 30, 1933, are not included in the table as either suspensions or reopenings. There were 374 national banks and 71 State member banks
licensed between March 15 and June 30, and 835 nonmember banks licensed between April 12 and June 30; the number of nonmember banks
licensed between March 15 and April 12 is not available.




53

ALL BANKS
BANKS, BY GLASS OF BANK AND BY CHARACTER OF CHANGE, 1921-1941'
Character of change

1931

1932

1933

1934

1935

1936

1937

1938

1939

1940

,1941

All incorporated commercial banks
2

Increases in number of banks
_
Primary organizations (new banks)
Conversions from private banks
Reopenings of suspended banks
Reopenings (licensing) of unlicensed banks 3 Unclassified

383
105
2
275

392
93
7
279

1

13

3,111
2,213
798
99

_

Number at end of year

1,270
511
7
116
636

4,354
3,891
322
89

1

1,963
1,416
433
101
4
9

19,149

Decreases in number of banks 2
Suspensions
__.
Consolidations and absorptions
Voluntary liquidations
_
Conversions to private banks
Unclassified
. .

1,128
323
11
150
547
«97

17,578

14,352

82
62
5
6

41
39

206
101
9
40
47
9

83
62
4
13
3

379
44
231
104

288
34
160
91

275
43
176
56

300
58
186
56

220
52
100
68

15,343

15,161

14,968

14,750

52

46
30

37
32
3
2

54
53
1

197
41
119
37

169
22
96
49

117
8
59
40

2

10

14,571

14,420

14,288

14,225

7
1
5
1

16
3
9
4

19
3
8
8

13
7
4
2

62
1
41
4
2
14

40
4
22
6
2
6

1
1

9

16

3

National banks
2

Increases in number of banks
Primary organizations (new banks)
. ..
Conversions from State member banks
Conversions from nonmember banks
Conversions from private banks
Reopenings of suspended banks
Reopenings (licensing) of unlicensed banks 3 _
Unclassified

48
15
1
7

61
10
4
3

351
209
4
19

25

44

Decreases in number of banks 2
Suspensions
.
. _ _Consolidations and absorptions
Voluntary liquidations
Conversions to State member banks
Conversions to nonmember banks. .,_. _ _ _
Conversions to private banks
Unclassified
„. .

711
409
275
8

418
276
123
10

1,208
1,101
84
5

105
1
82
18

104
4
76
12

. 19

8
1

18

4

6,368

Number at end of year

28
17
3
6
1

4
115

413
330
10
22
1
5
45

17
6
4
5
1
1

37
7
7
12

92
4
65
7
2
14

43
1
26
4

12

78
1
51
8
1
17

12

53
4
30
7
2
10

6,011

5,154

5,462

5,386

5,325

5,260

5,224

5,187

63
61
2

50
49

88
86
2

190
188
2

169
«167
2

17
1
6

23

13

5
5

27
3
8
3
9
'
4

11
1
8
3

1
2
4
5

1,114

1,175

1

1

5,144

5,117

State member banks
2

258
237

150
125

40
38

21

2
23

1
1

27

19

33

12
1
3
3

11
1

4
16

8
3
10
6

4
7

33
2
15
3
7
6

857

980

1,001

1,051

1,081

Increases in number of banks
Admissions of nonmember banks
Conversions from national banks
Reopenings of suspended banks
Reopenings (licensing) of unlicensed banks 3.
Unclassified

29
23

31
23

6

8

Decreases in number of banks 2
Suspensions
Consolidations and absorptions
Voluntary liquidations
Conversions to national banks _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Withdrawals from membership. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Unclassified

170
107
40
1
1
20
1

104
55
31
1
4
13

306
174
12

Number at end of year

878

805

73
72
1

1

1,342

"1,499

Nonmember incorporated commercial banks
2

Increases in number of banks
Primary organizations (new banks)
_
Conversions from national banks
Withdrawals from Fed. Res. membership..
Conversions from private banks
Reopenings (licensing) of unlicensed banks 3_
Unclassified
Decreases in number of banks2....Suspensions
Consolidations and absorptions .
Voluntary liquidations
Conversions to national banks _ _ _ ...
Admissions to Federal Reserve membership.

200
84
12
3
8
39
45
9

98
56
17
7
3
12
3

1,493
1,085
279
90
3
23
3
9

3,334
2,616
226
84
19
237

414
43
141
83
22
125

237
30
72
78
6
38

280
42
114
47
5
72

277
52
106
46
12
61

333
50
68
64
1
49

10,762

8,341

8,801

8,774

8,592

8,409

8,233

1

13

2,300
1,697
483
90
7
23

11,903

52

51
29
14
3
3
2

58
46
6
5
1

233
34
81
27
4
86

307
21
44
44
8
188

251
4
36
32
2
167

2

56
38
12
5

874
181
4
6
6
109
568

351
83
8
13
7
227

Unclassified
Number at end of year

94
55
14
6
5
5

813
114
18
16
11
146
411
497

376
90
19
20
2
244

10

8,058

7,803

7,609

57
27
10
4

1
16

9

3

* Includes 44 nonmember Morris Plan and industrial banks (15 in New York and 29 in North Carolina) some or all of which were in operation
in prior years but which could not be included in the figures for earlier years because of lack of essential data.
5
For 1926 excludes 1 bank (in Texas) and for 1930 excludes 2 banks (1 in Mississippi and 1 in Missouri) which suspended at the end of the
year but which submitted condition reports to the Comptroller and are therefore included in the number of national banks shown for these
respective dates in Tables 1 and 4 of this'section.
a
Excludes 3 small mutual savings banks, the first of such banks to become members of the Federal Reserve System.




BANKING AND MONETARY STATISTICS

54

NO. 15-BANKS ON PAR LIST AND NOT ON PAR LIST-NUMBER,
[End of year figures]

1916

1917

1918

1919

1920

1921

1922

1923

1924

1925

15,679
7,577
37
8,065
2
( )

17,228
7,657
250
9,321
(')

18,997
7,762
930
10,305
10,247

5,565
7,885
1,181
6,499
3,996

8,745
8,125
1,481
9,139
1,755

7,881
8,165
1,614
8,102
2,263

7,681
8,220
1,639
7,822
2,288

6,499
8,179
1,595
6,725
2,896

5,032
8,043
1,544
5,445
3,647

640
397
1
242

(2)
389
14
2
( 8)
C)

669
392
31
246

677
396
36
245

692
398
39
255

693
396
40
257

688
390
39
259

652
388
36
228

653
383
36
234

935
„ _ 620
2
313
„_

C2)
624
44
(s)

1,062
622
101
339

1,075
631
122
322

1,113
650
134
329

1,129
662
133
334

1,146
667
136
343

1,195
692
143
360

923
631

(2)
631
8
2
( )

990
632
29
329
8102

1,093
640
38
415

1,137
652
46
439

1,177
653
51
473

1,202
658
58
486

(2)
750
13
(2)
2
( )

1,542
748
66
728
3
411

1,928
746
97
1,085

916
528
37
351
31,156

Federal Reserve district and class of bank
All districts
Total on par list
National banks. . _ _
State member banks
Nonmember banks
Nonmember banks not on par list
Boston District
Total on par list..,. . .
National banks
State member banks .
Nonmember banks

..

(2)

New York District
Total on par list ,
N ational banks... . . . . _
State member banks
Nonmember bamks
Nonmember banks not on par list
Philadelphia District
Total on par list. „.,__„
National banks
State member banks
Nonmember banks

(2)

„
_

.

Cleveland District
Total on par list ,
National banks.,.,. ..... ..
State member banks
Nonmember banks
Nonmember banks not on par list
Richmond District
Total on par list
National banks......... .
State member ba,nks
Nonmember banks.. Nonmember banks not on par list

,

292
(2)

_

1,249
752
1
496
(2)

(2)

(2)

Atlanta District
Total on par list
National banks. . _
State member banks
Nonmember banks..
Nonmember banks not on par list.....

823
379
4
440
(2)

(2)

Chicago District
Total on par list
National banks..
State member banks
Nonmember banks..
Nonmember banks not on par list

2,260
983
8
1,269
(2)

St. Louis District
Total on par list
National banks.
State member banks
Nonmember banks
- ...
Nonmember banks not on par list....

1,349
467
1
881
<2)

(2)

1,864
763

(2)

1,100
C2)

(2)
2

Kansas City District
Total on par list . .. .
National banks
State member banks .
.
Nonmember banks
Nonmember banks not on par list

2,355
940
3
1,412

m

Dallas District
Total on par list
National banks
State member banks......
Nonmember banks.. _... .
Nonmember banks not on par list

857
609
10
238
(2)

(2)

1,619
523

(2)

1,096
C2)

(!)
(2)

Minneapolis District

Total on par list
National banks
State member banks
Nonmember banks
Nonmember banks not on par list....

San Francisco District
Total on par list
National banks.
State member banks
Nonmember banks
Nonmember banks not on par list - .

(2)

(2)

1927

1928

4,132 23,170
8,048 17,905
1,441 1,354
4,643 13,911
3,970 3,913

2,281
7,759
1,275
3,247
3,910

1,480
7,629
1,208
2,643
3,911

666
382
38
246

662
377
39
246

661
376
37
248

659
373
35
251

1,236
711
144
381

1,271
734
146
391

1,324
750
163
411

1,348
771
166
411

1.348
775
163
410

1,236
656
66
514

1,257
666
72
519

1,266
671
82
513

1,278
684
85
509

1,278
687
90
501

1,271
687
91
493

1,952
762
111
1,079

1,968 1,965 1,948
764
759
768
118
115
116
1,085 1,085 1,071
1
1
. 5

1,946
752
119
1,075
10

1,936
747
116
1,073
10

1,927
745
111
1,071
B

1,862 1,823
712
726
104
109
1,027 1,007
10 1
9

1,070
539
46
485
995

1,875
553
56
1,266
334

1,615
559
66
990
577

1,592
562
68
962
568

1,492
561
66
865
637

1,360
555
62
743
715

1,318
548
56
712
687

1,266
527
56
686
625

1,221
512
52
657
587

1,174
499
48
627
572

635
372
54
209
31,345

781
362
64
355
1,219

868
376
84
408
1,233

916
902
393
385
143
127
390 ! 380
1,156 ! 1,129

905
385
140
380
1,127

893
382
128
383
1,105

808
861
378
379
97
116 I
366 j 333
1,102 1,057

776
380
84
312
1,016

768
377
76
315
959

3,726
1,046
288
2,392
•31,805

5,270
1,048
326
3,896
293

5,685
1,061
358
4,266

5,677
1,065
377
4,235

5,686
1,061
379
4,246

5,532
1,058
369
4,105
114

5,335
1,055
353
3,927
218

5,206
1,051
347
3,808
260

5,040
1,015
320
3,705
228

4,985
982
308
3,695
190

4,822
964
288
3,570
213

1,560
470
44
1,046
31,600

2,847
470
68
2,309
355

3 085
480
91
2,514
188

3,074
480
105
2,489
167

3,075
487
121
2,467
159

2,997 2,849
492
497
127 • 132
2,373 2,225
332
233

2,739
498
130
2,111
401

2,605
489
120
1,996
428

2,485
483
111
1,891
452

2,344
482
105
1,757
490

2,036
797
70
1,169
31,743

2,799
834
86
1,879
1,025

3 890
883
116
2,891

3,652
882
135
2,635
154

3,596
870
130
2,596
188

3,025
831
109
2,085
445

2,383
785
100
1,498
853

2,014
744
85
1,185
1.062

1,687
692
72
923
1,093

1,496
674
61
761
1,137

1,391
663
56
672
1,123

3,194
967
27
2,200
3
979

4,384
991
47
3,346

4,477 4,183
1 023 1,048
44
63
3,391 3,091
185

4,149
1 099
43
3,007
165

3,980
1,086
36
2,858
196

3,813
1,033
33
2,747
204

3,694
994
33
2,667
205

3,529
965
27
2,537
212

3,337
941
27
2,369
256

3,166
9*1
21
2,234
282

974
630
97
247
'947

1,976
642
114
1,220

2,114
655
185
1,274

2,002
649
202
1,151
23

1,900
656
199
1,045
52

1,807
659
190
958
95

1,690
645
183
862
153

1,620
725
127
768
182

1,537
1715
111
711
197

1,466
701
98
667
204

1,406
688
92
626
208

1 693
558
. 86
1,049
3
159

1,665
586
137
942
109

1 857
632
198
1 027

1 809
618
219
972

1 766
613
207
946
26

1,730
607
195
928
44

1,617
584
182
851
57

1,543
575
165
803
61

1,504
568
153
783
65

1,366
526
132
708
58

1,308
498
129
681
55

(8)

805
513
6
286

,

1926

518
14
(2)
C)
372
20

(2)
2

( )
(2)

1,042
71
(2)
(2)

466
13
(2)
(>)
764
16
( )
948
9

(2)
2

( )
619
11
(2)

C2)
534
17

1
Excludes one national bank which suspended at the end o H926 but which was included in the December 31, 1926, Abstract o ^Condition
Reports of National Banks.
3
Not available.
8
Figure is approximate.




ALL BANKS

55

BY FEDERAL RESERVE DISTRICTS AND BY CLASS OF BANK, 1916*1941
[End of year figures]
1931

1932

1937

1929

1930

All districts
Total on par list
National' banks
State member banks
Nonmember banks
Nonmember banks nofon par list

20,567
7,403
1,119
12,045
3,754

19,006
«7,031
1,019
10,956
3,437

Boston District
Total on par list.
National banks
State member banks
Nonmember banks
Nonmember banks not on par list

675
367
37
271

656
362
34
260

607
343
30
234

588
338
29
221

564
318
37
209

545
322
49
174

540
319
46
175

531
317
43
171

526
315
42
169

524
314
42
168

520
311
42
167

515
308
42
165

509
304
43
162

New York District
Total on par list
National banks
State member banks
Nonmember banks
Nonmember banks not on par list

1,335
769
162
404

1,309
759
155
395

1,181
699
142
340

1,160
684
143
333

1,058
605
153
300

1,105
627
164
314

1,094
626
167
301

1,077
619
170
288

1,051
603
173
275

1,046
599
173
274

1,025
596
172
257

1,008
587
. 178
243

992
580
217
195

Philadelphia District.
Total on par list
National banks
State member banks
Nonmember banks
Nonmember banks not on par list

1,240
678
86
476

1,204
669
84
451

1,073
642
- 73
358

996
628
65
303

887
548
58
281

924
595
61
268

923
593
63
267

919
593
65
261

918
590
65
263

913
589
66
258

900
586
66
248

887
582
69
- 236

883
579
80
224

Cleveland District
Total on par list
National banks
State member banks
Nonmember banks
Nonmember banks not on par list

1,786
696
99
991
9

1,693
665
92
936
9

1,447
585
70
792
6

1,394
562
68
764
5

1,240
468
76
696
3

1,265
528
99
638
1

1,264
523
99
642
2

1,264
522
105
637
2

1,246
513
109
624
2

1,241
510
114
617
2

1,229
504
135
590
2

1,216
500
158
558
2

1,211
499
174
538
2

Richmond District
Total on par list
National banks
State member banks
Nonmember banks
Nonmember banks not on par list

1,091
469
45
577
546

993
431
39
523
441

848
371
32
445
381

817
359
33
425
366

725
316
57
352
338

736
339
61
336
310

731
339
65
327
319

728
338
66
324
321

725
338
67
320
310

721
337
69
315
298

716
333
77
306
295

720
336
95
289
289

722
337
110
275
289

682
366
62
254
926

576
341
49
186
862

499
305
44
150
792

457
285
38
134
705

418
255
54
109
637

431
277
55
99
663

421
273
55
93
666

424
274
56
94
672

418
269
55
94
683

409
268
52
89
• 689

401
264
51
86
698

398
202
54
82
695

399
263
54
82
704

4,671
936
250
3,485
229

4,281
861
220
3,200
238

3,489
728
175
2,586
248

2,992
641
151
2 200
251

2,571
451
134
1 986
187

2,422 2,392
521
519
163
181
1 740 1,690
211
226

2,363
523
218
1,622
228

2,337
530
239
1,568
220

2,291
534
253
1,504
218

2,262
539
265
1,458
217

2,248
536
320
1,392
221

2,237
635
364
1,338
220

Total on par list. .
National banks
State member banks
Nonmember banks _
Nonmember banks not on par list

2,241
468
103
1,670
477

1,915
*415
96
1,404
417

1,705
379
86
1,240
405

1 541
353
76
1,112
409

1 364
295
67
1 002
377

1 317
320
71
926
376

1,278
320
70
888
387

1,203
318
70
815
414

1,154
317
75
762
436

1,118
314
77
727
437

1,087
314
78
695
442

1,076
318
97
661
443

1,058
319
118
621
443

Minneapolis District
Total on par list
National banks
State member banks
Nonmember banks
Nonmember banks not on par list

1,265
633
50
582
1,101

1,139
601
41
497
1,007

965
539
40
386
881

867
504
41
322
818

751
442
60
249
704

738
455
69
214
697

699
433
68
198
709

665
414
67
184
724

640
403
66
171
722

614
390
71
153
710

600
386
81
133
703

580
372
88
120
706

567
364
88
115
716

Total on par list
National banks
State member banks
Nonmember banks
Nonmember banks not on par list

2,989
872
21
2 096
197

2,788
850
21
1 917
191

2,457
801
23
1,633
216

2,207
762
23
1 422
224

1,964
669
39
1 256
199

1,842
686
48
1 108
168

1,788
676
50
1 062
178

1,753
669
57
1 027
174

1,718
670
63
985
177

1,698
664
70
964
178

1,682
660
76
946
176

1,658
653
86
919
176

Dallas District
Total on par list
National banks
State member banks
.
.
Nonmember banks
Nonmember banks not on par list

1 351
662
84
605
207

1 256
607
77
572
211

1 085
550
67
468
223

1 005
524
60
421
220

902
483
54
369
211

890
495
60
335
183

865
491
59
315
174

855
493
57
305
164

835
489
58
288
161

827
485
59
283
161

814
481
63
270
158

814
482
86
246
154

814
480
93
241
152

San Francisco District
Total on par list. .
National banks
State member banks
Nonmember banks
_
Nonmember banks not on par list

1,241
487
120
634
62

1,196
470
111
615
61

1,071
426
96
549
55

906
371
78
457
48

721
304
68
349
39

691
299
80
312
34

658
272
78
308
33

613
245
77
291
33

557
223
69
265
32

541
220
68
253
29

521
213
69
239
28

512
208
69
235
29

505
207
70
228
29

Federal Reserve district and class of bank

Atlanta District
Total on par list
National banks
State member banks
Nonmember banks
Nonmember banks not on par list _ _ _ _ . .
Chicago District
Total on par list
National banks
State member banks,.
Nonmember banks
Nonmember banks not on par list

1933

1934

1935

1936

1938

1939

1940

1941

16,427 14,930 13,165 12,906 12,653 12,395 12,125 11,943 11,757 11,632 11,543
6,368 6,011 5,154 5,462 5,386 5,325 5,260 5*224 5,187 5,144 5 117
857
878
980 1,002 1,051 1,081 1,114 1,175 1,342 1,502
805
9,181 8,114 7,154 6,464 6,266 6,019 5,784 5,605 5,395 5,146 4 924
3,207 3,046 2,695 2,643 2,694 2,732 2,743 2,722 2,719 2,715 2,731

St. Louis District

Kansas City District

1,646]
650 j
91
905
176

* Excludes two national banks which suspended at the end of 1930 but which were included in the December 31, 1930, Abstract of Condition
Reports of National Banks.
NOTE.—For an explanation of the differences between the number of nonmember banks shown in this table and in Tables 1, 6, and H see
the introductory text, p. 15.




56

BANKING AND MONETARY STATISTICS
NO. 16-BANKS ON PAR LIST AND NOT ON PAR LIST-NUMBER AND DEPOSITS, BY CLASS OF
NUMBER
Member banks

Nonmember banks
Not on par list

On par list
Total
number
D! incorporated
Total
commercial
banks

National

5z8
.__
„__ 1,032
_ . .= „ _
894
._ 1,217
1,001
- 1,047
2,446
- 1,513
1,299
_._ 1,860
951
557-

8oi>
768
652
639
410
315
804
392
467
736
544
282

bil
596
586
504
333
264
539
314
386
660
481
213

_.. 14,345

Federal Reserve district,
geographic division,
and State .

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

Total

Total

With sufficient With insufficient
capital stock for capital stock for
Federal Reserve Federal Reserve
membership
membership

Insured Nonin- Insured Noninsured
sured

State

With sufficient Wiih insufficient
capital stock for capital stock for
Federal Reserve Federal Reserve
membership
membership
Total

Insured Nonin- Insured Noninsured
sured
|

42 i 175
172
264
242
66
578
135
77
591
732
51
265 1,642
78 1,121
832
81
76 1,124
63
407
275
69

175
264
242
576
341
95
1,425
700
133
948
252
247

107
214
218
455
220
49
1,024
412
74
334
155
163

34
10
7
19
12
3
55
22
4
68
10
19

15
32
14
98
100
38
311
233
47
344
56
60

19
8
3
4
9
5
35
33
8
202
22
5

2
250
637
217
421
699
176
155
28

'1
157
417
126
222
339
73
98
12

2,585

a

1
79
187
65
165
325
56
38
15

9
18
12
26
32
35
9
1

1,445

67

931

142

188

110

2

74

2

13

1

5
15
14
3
12
10

6,362

5,187

1,175

7,983

5,398

3,425

272

1,348

353

New England
Maine
New Hampshire
Vermont
Massachusetts
Rhode Island
Connecticut

364
43
53
42
154
14
58

322
38
52
42
125
12
53

42
5
1

196
26
11
34
42
12
71

120
15
2
31
33
2
37

n

29
2
5

196
26
11
34
42
12
71

3S
7
5

_

560
69
64
76
196
26
129

7

21
2
3
1
1
6
8

Middle Atlantic
New York.;
New Jersey '
Pennsylvania

2,178
_.
741
364
1,073

1,«16
563
277
775

1,356
437
226
693

259
126
51
82

563
178
87
298

563
178
87
298

484
156
64
264

19
4
5
10

53
15
15
23

1
3
3
1

Eaet North Central
Ohio
Indiana
Illinois -_„ .,
Michigan
Wisconsin
„ ,. L

3,053
688
492
847
452
574

1,243
344
148
404
213
134

883
244
125
327
82
105

360
100
23
77
131
29

1,810
344
344
443
239
440

1,622
344
341
416
239
282

1,286
292
269
349
183
193

57
6
14
10
19
8

264
46
55
52
33
78

15
3
5
4
3

3
27

3
13

158

94

2

61

1

We»t North Central
Minnesota
Iowa
Missouri
North Dakota
_
South Dakota
Nebraska
Kansas

3,386
680
646
631
167
165
423
674

959
209
143
142
50
64
148
203

793
191
108
86
50
41
135
182

166
18
35
56

1,431
60
393
383
3
8
114
470

612
22
204
184

82
2
13
7

4
68
130

232
5
26
25
1
1
6
168

996
411
110
106
114
93
161
1

470
179
55
56
60
49
71

410
200
32
38
45
44
44
1

88
23
11
11
9

7
53

505
31
150
167
2
3
33
119

2S
3
12
1

23
13
21

3,427
471
503
489
117
101
275
471

1,536
South Atlantic
44
Delaware
177
Maryland
22
District of Columbia314
Virginia
„
181
West Virginia
228
North Carolina
106
285
169 j
Florida

566
19
73
H
162
96
51
25
70
56

460
15
63
9
130
77
42
.20
52
52

106
4
10
5
32
19
9
5
18
4

960
25
104
8
152
85
177
81
215
113

424
25
104
8
109
79 i
51
6 !
16 i
26

265
20
75
4
74
62
12
2
8
8

15

139
3
26
4
34
9
31
2
8
12

15
2
1

536

339

13

164

20

43 I
6
126
75
199
87

27
5
84
41
119
63

5

16
1
42
20
62
23

East South Central.,, . 1,134 j
412
Kentucky
300
Tennessee.
217
Alabama
205
Mississippi

297
112
77
82
26

256
95
71
66
24

41
17
6
16
2

8S7
300
223
135
179

349
288
52
5
4

197
161
31
2
3

16
15

116
93
19
3
1

20
19
1

48S i
12
171
130 I
175

292
3
97
96
96

1
1

1,592
216
145
393
838

813
56
36
220
501

734
49
29
211
445

79

779
160
109
173
337

453
49
5
161
238

229
30
4
45
150

33
1

169
17
1
104
47

33
1

326
111 |
104
12
99

203
64
81
2
56

13

488

296
68
28
35
91
27
7
33
7

211
43
18
26
78
22
5
13
6

85
25
10
9
13
5
2
20
1

192
43
23
23
54
14
(
2(

169
23
23
21
53
14

110
22
15
14
26
6
3
20
4

6

48
1
6
7
19
7
2
6

5

23
20

19
19

5

2
1

United States

„

West South Central.,.
Arkansas
Louisiana
Oklahoma
Texas
^fountain
Montana
Idaho . .
Wyoming
Colorado
New Mexico
Arizona
Utah
Nevada

„. ..
.-

in

51
58
145
41
12
59
11

428
Pacific
138
Washington
Oregon
73
217
California
NOTE.—For an explanation of the
ductory text, p. 15.




7
9
56

2(
4

2
1
2
5

3
4
19

2
1
6
4
2

2~
19
2
3
1

191
172
17
209
37
122
219
2
60
33
53
45
78
15
27
39
7
34
36
19
15
70 """IB
100
102 , 102
115
differences between the number of nonmember banks

2
4
2
4

10
22

12

1
1
7
3

?
9

34

9
11

166
5
67
26
68

19
4
6
1
8

98
41
22
10
25

12
3
9

4
1
2
1

1
38
5
15
47
13
2
11
14
16
2!
1
1
1
1
16
2
15
shown in this table and in Table 15 see the intro-

ALL BANKS

57

BANK AND BY FEDERAL RESERVE DISTRICTS AND BY STATES, DECEMBER 31,1939
TOTAL DEPOSITS

[In thousands of dollars]
Nonmember banks

Member hanks
On par list
Federal Reserve district,
geographic division,
and State

Total
deposits of
incorporated commercial
banks

Total

National

State

With sufficient
capital stock for
Federal Reserve
membership

Total
Total

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

-_- 3,268,478
18,717,326
3,795,900
4,555,277
.-.- 2,626,308
2,159,669
--. 8,387,783
2,301,673
1,447,024
2,221,174
_ 1,783,097
5,490,632

2,741,035
17,685,267
3,231,374
3,866,135
,950,810
,740,284
,952,438
,724,838
,125,181
,853,719
1,576,744
4,892,327

2,102,959
7,466,827
2,228,532
2,291,513
1,329,341
1,507,886
5,330,778
1,195,740
1,040,770
1,583,213
1,506,758
3,974,633

New England
, _ - - 3,428,015 2,803,788 2,165,712
205,144
153,358
119,890
Maine
75,415
74,032
90, 746
New Hampshire.
57,800
57,800
111,670
Vermont
2,053,154 1,866,042 1,488,179
Massachusetts
252,605
106,968
323,893
Rhode Island
398,568
318,843
643,408
Connecticut

East North Central
Ohio
Indiana
Illinois
Michigan
Wisconsin

Total

Nonin- Insured Noninsured
aured

256,010 213,320 34,997 23,116
956,874 24,655 49,616
914
547,781 3,055 12,387 1,303
524,789 52,578 110,942
359
313,805 82,642 85,567 3,334
70,881
106 37,724 2,384
970,388 84,076 273,182 13,263
296,810 12,301 87,454 4,050
53,167
272 41,966 7,383
154,327 24,045 122,231 35,080
97,609 12,416 37,711 4,74?
508,733 33,035 48,229 1,541

With sufficient
capital stock for
Federal
Reserve
membership

With insufficient capital
stock for Federal Reserve
membership

Insured Nonin- Insured Noninsured
sured

474
190,150
308,290
94,436
176,220
219,055
31,772
53,870
6,767

303
81,517
225,703
52,492
115,556
134,666
18,038
41,496
3,630

3,591
5,965
7,330
3,718
1,120
2,583
3,028

171
102,828
73,414
31,725
52,756
79,026
7,849
7,936
3,065

2,214
3,208
2,889
4,190
4,243
3,302
1,410
72

56,754,341 49,310,152 31,558,950 17,781,202 7,414,189 6,333,155 4,751,174 542,501 942,006 97,474 1,081,034 673,401 27,335 358,770 21,528

United States

Middle Atlantic
New York
New Jersey
Pennsylvania

638,076 527,443 527,443
10,218,440 1,032,059 1,032,050
1,002,842 564,526 504,526
1,574,622 689,142 688,668
621,469 •675,498 485,348
232,398 419,385 111,095
1,621,660 1,435,345 1,340,909
529,098 576,835 400,615
84,411 321,843 102,788
270,506 367,455 335,683
69,986 206,353 152,483
917,694 598,305 591,538

Not on par list
With insufficient capital
stock for Federal Reserve
membership

._.

638,076
33,468
1,383
377,863
145,637
79,725

624,227
51,786
15,331
53,870
187,112
71,288
244,840

624,227
51,786
15,331
53,870
187,112
71,288
244,840

345,520
30,302
6,970
51,049
107,205
6,556
143,438

216,635 38,956 23,116
13,988 5,452 2,044
6,032 1,635
694
2,821
59,304 16,818 3,785
57,431
7,301
79,880 12,230 9,292

23,982,870
17,094,600
1,815,714
5,07,2,556

22,262,109 10,660,067 11,602,042 1,720,761 1,720,761 1,574,042 72,148 72,657 1,914
16,436,244 6,748,497 9,687,747 658,356 658,356 617,200 19,580 20,728
848
1,448,447
575,804 367,267 367,267 339,710 2,562 24,929
872,643
66
4,377,418 3,038,927 1,338,491 695,138 695,138 617,132 50,006 27,000 1,000

10,785,945
2,487,474
937,345
4, 781", 676
1,621,732
957,718

9,143,653 6,577,982 2,565,671 1,642,292 1,563,549 1,220,398 81,704 257,846 3,601
2,147,530 1,138,257 1,009,273 339,944 339,944 263,372 1,690 74,882
517,272
615,323
98,051 322,022 321,113 255,709 9,224 55,300
88'0
875,498 397,266 386,580 344,698 10,654 30,879
4,384,410 3,508,912
349
475,764 268,887 268,887 183,555 48,351 35,129 1,852
877,081
1,352,845
643,545
107,085 314,173 247,025 173,064 11,785 61,656
536,460
520

78,743 44,861

627 33,000

255

909
6,200

4,332

154

67,148 37,752

627 28,668

101

909
10,686

181,138 10,708 95,815 11,433
85,453 1,120 50,437 2,865
23,490 6,703 14,488 2,788
302 8,052 1,271
28,021
8,489 1,388
14,448
8,163
12,269
17,457 2,583 6,039 ~3J31
147

West North Central... 4,169,759 3,143,034 2,357,557
744,933
759,016
Minnesota
955,749
352,608
252,220
673,233
Iowa..
1,617,521 1,366,703
736,619
Missouri
50,886
50,886
76,600
North Dakota
99,393
73,709
61,507
South Dakota
334,964
266,001
271,508
Nebraska
245,391
268,604
412,299
Xansas

785,477 1,026,725
14,083 196,733
100,388 320,625
630,084 250,818
25,714
12,202
25,684
5,507
63,456
23,213 143,695

727,631
56,868
273,156
213,172
1,389
5,252
34,246
143,548

370,597 32,641 272,104 52,289
20,700
29,463 6,705
127,121 16,143 125,709 10,183
150,598 1,370 57,968 3,236
1,302
87
2,310
2,404
538
20,089 1,233 11,091 1,833
49,779 19,895 44,167 29,707

299,094
139,865
47,469
37,646
24,325
20,432
29,210
147

South Atlantic
3,810,652 2,891,762 2,020,124
19,145
205,246 - 155,951
Delaware
531,713
387,285
732,120
Maryland
210,659
361,541
328,891
District of Columbia.
386,091
635,018
498,836
Virginia
227,174
163,176
296,833
"West Virginia
114,252
506,547
314,885
North Carolina
159,052
96,441
86,057
South Carolina
502,537
409,208
338,459
Georgia
411,758
328,663
315,000
Florida

871,638
136,806
144,428
118,232
112,745
63,998
200,633
10,384
70,749
13,663

918,890
49,295
200,407
32,650
136,182
69,659
191,662
62,611
93,329
83,095

605,323
49,295
200,407
32,650
113,75?
67,371
63,942
24,892
22,744
30,263

406,770 82,643 111,283 4,628
47,769
1,223
303
106,174 73,431 20,739
63
24,741
7 909
89,497
205 24,057
55,359 1,774 7,460 2,778
28,331 7,232 28,021
358
2,282
22,475
135
14,320
8,424
18,104
11,168
991

313,567 168,076 7,532 134,028 3,941

East South Central.... 1,611,343 1,181,577 1,012,345
334,748 .266,208
491,696
Kentucky
439,252
577,495
478,855
Tennessee
282,218
235,344
331,671
Alabama
71,541
210,481
85,756
Mississippi

169,232
68,540
39,603
46,874
14,215

429,766
156,948
98,640
49,453
124,725

314,597
155,284
47,633
7,439
4,241

145,827
110,923
30,466
1,696
2,742

9,113 56,330 3,337
9,007 33,420 1,934
106 15,668 1,393
5,743
1,499

215,169
1,664
51,007
42,014
120,484

148,368 5,066 57,852 3,883
817
303
544
540
36,731
889 12,847
15
33,497 2,034 6,468
77,596 2,143 37,720 3,025

West South Central. _- 2,821,603 2,453,246 2,315,341
143,343
116,217
200,758
Arkansas
382,191
441/548
551,163
Louisiana
412,024
407,112
461,299
Oklahoma
._
Texas
_ _ 1,611,383 1,456,331 1,409,821

137,905
27,126
59,357
4,912
46,510

371,357
57,415
109,615
49,275
155,052

213,624
21,06]
15,113
47,258
130,192

132,431 12,834 62,062 6,297
14,800
6,203
58
14,140
973
18,262
418 27,086 ~1~492
85,229 12,416 27,800 4,747

157,733
36,354
94,502
2,017
24,860

118,132 3,412 34,245 1,944
534
384 9,938
25,498
372 18,781
75,349
1,436
581
16,704 "2^656 4,090 ~Ml6

Mountain
Montana
Idaho
Wyoming
Colorado
New Mexico
Arizona
- ..
Utah
Nevada

1,027,065
149,913
100,788
70,032
344,493
66,136
91,127
163,566
41,010

699,451
85,392
50,812
50,451
283,941
52,320
63,955
74,804
37,776

189,817
43,891
35,479
5,062
32,768
2,281
9,789
59,776
771

137,797
20,630
14,497
14,519
27,784
11,535
17,383
28,986
2,463

127,836
11,121
14,497
14,209
27,642
11,535
17,383
28,98f
2,463

Pacific
Washington
Oregon
California

5,114,089 4,571,715 3,750,371
438,001
- 494,900
463,695
278,187
282,575
313,647
4,305,542 3,825,445 3,034,183

821,344
25,694
4,388
791,262

542,374
31,205
31,072
480,097

535,607
25,356
30,154
480,097




889,268
129,283
86,291
55,513
316,709
54,601
73,744
134,580
38,547

88,636
10,751
9,239
12,553
15,643
4,182
9,113
24,692
2,463

22,423
2,288
127, 7?0
37,719
70,585
52,832

5,469 32,970
761
370
3,720 1,538
1,656
1,253 9,985 ""761
496 6,857
8,270
4,294

9,961
9,509

466,953 29,315 37,798 1,541
15,771
256 9,249
80
22,947
7,207
428,235 ~2M59 21,342 T461

6,767
5,849
918

15,270
1,725
44,124
20,398
48,624
37,935

9,196
9,190

310
142

..... . 7,153
563
83,596
11,516 "2~2ll
"3^591
2,083 18,151 1,727
1,848 13,049

765
313
310
142

3,630
3,036
594

3,065
72
2,813
252 """72

BANKING AND MONETARY STATISTICS

58

NO. 17-BANKS ON PAR LIST AND NOT ON PAR LIST-NUMBER, BY CLASS OF BANK
AND BY STATES, DECEMBER 31,1941
On par list
Geographic division and State

Member banks
Total

Nonmember
banks
Nonnot on
member par list
banks

National
11,513

Middle Atlantic
New York
New Jersey
Pennsylvania
East North Central
Ohio - Indiana
Illinois
Michigan
Wisconsin
West North Central
Minnesota
Iowa _„ _ „
Missouri
North Dakota
South Dakota
Nebraska
Kansas

_

1,502

315
35
52
40
124
12
52

29
2
8

177
26
12
32
41
9
57

2,131
713
352
1,066

New En eland
Maine
New Hampshire
Vermont
Massachusetts
Rhode Island
Connecticut

5,117

537
66
65
72
194
23
117

United States

State

1,331
422
224
685

318
158
67
93

482
133
61
288

2,845
691
497
798
454
405

880
242
124
338
78
98

503
137
77
96
146
47

1,462
312
296
364
230
260

197

2,328
255
544
504
49
66
254
656

768
186
103
84
45
37
133
180

214
21
51
76

1,346
48
390
344
4
6
107
447

1,013
420
114
107
112
96
164

45
5
1

23
14
29

4,924

2,731

3
32
161

On par list
Geographic division and State
Total

Member banks
National

Slate

Nonmember
banks
Nonnot on
member par Hat
banks

South Atlantic
Delaware
Maryland
District of Columbia. -.
Virginia
West Virginia _-__ _
North Carolina,,"!!
South Carolina
Georgia
Florida

951
41

463
14
63
9
130
77
4422
51
53

140
4
11
8
54
24
11
5
18
5

348
23
100
5
91
74
17
4
19
15

C39

174
22
275
175
72
31
88
73

East South Central
Kentucky
Tennessee
Alabama
Mississippi . -

630
388
124
86
32

255
95
70
66
24

43
18
7
16
2

33?
275
47
4
6

490
10
173
132
175

West South Central
Arkansas
Louisiana
Oklahoma
Texas

1,279
103
41
378
757

730
50
29
207
444

114
9
8
11
86

435
44
4
160
227

340
127
105
12
96

467
90
50
57
144
42
12
60
12

210
41
19
26
78
22
5
13
6

88
25
9
9
15
5
2
21
2

169
24
22
22
51
15
5
26
4

23
22

375
108
68
199

165
43
26
96

37
14
6
17

173
51
36
86

29
26
3

Mountain
Montana
,_
Idaho
Wyoming-. _
Colorado
New Mexico
Arizona
,
Utah
Nevada
_ Pacific_ _
Washington
Oregon
California

.,.
,.
_

39
6
125
119
261
89

1

NOTE.—For an explanation of the differences between the number of nonmember banks shown i i this table and in Tables 1, 6, and 14 see the
introductory text, p. 15.




SECTION 2
ASSETS AND LIABILITIES OF ALL MEMBER BANKS
Text
Table
Table
Table
Table
Table

:
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.

Table 23.
Table 24.
Table 25.
Table 26.
Table 27.
Table 28.
Table 29.
Table 30.
Table 31.
Table 32.
Table 33.
Table 34.
Table 35.
Table 36.
Table 37.
Table 38.

Page
61

All member banks—principal assets and liabilities on call dates, 1914-1941
72
All member banks—classification of loans on call dates, 1928-1941
76
All member banks—classification of investments on call dates, 1928-1941
. . 77
All member banks—classification of deposits on call dates, 1928-1941
78
All member banks—classification of loans and investments, by class of bank, on June 30
call dates, 1919-1928
:
......
79
Central reserve city member banks in New York City—principal assets and liabilities
on call dates, 1919-1941
,
80
Central reserve city member banks in New York City—classification of loans on call
dates, 1928-1941
83
Central reserve city member banks in New York City—classification of investments
on call dates, 1928-1941
84
Central reserve city member banks in New York City—classification of deposits on
call dates, 1928-1941
85
Central reserve city member banks in Chicago—principal assets and liabilities on
call dates, 1919-1941
86
Central reserve city member banks in Chicago—classification of loans on call dates,
1928-1941
89
Central reserve city member banks in Chicago—classification of investments on call
dates, 1928-1941
90
Central reserve city member banks in Chicago—classification of deposits on call
dates, 1928-1941
91
Reserve city member banks—principal assets and liabilities on call dates, 1919-1941.
92
Reserve city member banks—classification of loans on call dates, 1928-1941
95
Reserve city member banks—classification of investments on call dates, 1928-1941. .
96
Reserve city member banks—classification of deposits on call dates, 1928-1941
97
Country member banks—principal assets and liabilities on call dates, 1919-1941....
98
Country member banks—classification of loans on call dates, 1928-1941
101
Country member banks—classification of investments on call dates, 1928-1941
102
Country member banks—classification of deposits on call dates, 1928-1941
103




SECTION 2
ASSETS AND LIABILITIES OF ALL MEMBER BANKS
Current information about changes in the position of member banks is, in the nature of things,
essential for the work of the Federal Reserve
System. This information is needed both for
the purpose of supervising the banks and for the
purpose of following developments in the general
banking and credit situation. Statistics of loans
and investments made by member banks show
the volume and kinds of credit being supplied
by banks to different types of borrowers. Together with information as to reserves and borrowings, these data indicate the liquidity of the
banks' assets and also, under normal conditions,
the extent to which the credit extended is in
response to demands of customers or represents
employment of funds at the initiative of the
banks themselves. The amount and types of
deposits held by banks, on the other hand, indicate the volume and character of demands that
may be made on them by the public and the
amount of funds available to the public in the
form of checking accounts and in the form of
savings and other time deposits.
The most comprehensive member bank statistics available are obtained from reports of condition supplied by banks upon call by the supervisory authorities. The tables in this section
summarize the principal assets and liabilites of
all member banks on call dates for the period
1914-1941 and also of member banks grouped
according to their classification for reserve purposes. More detailed statistics for loans, investments, and deposits are shown beginning
with October 3, 1928. For all member banks
and for each group of banks, there are four
tables covering (1) principal assets and liabilities, (2) classification of loans, (3) classification
of investments, and (4) classification of deposits.
Tables 18-21 include data for all member banks
as a group; Table 22 gives a limited amount of
data on types of loans and investments prior to
1928 for all member banks and for each class
of banks. Tables 23-26 relate to central reserve city member banks in New York City,
Tables 27-30 to central reserve city member
banks in Chicago, Tables 31-34 to reserve city
member banks, and Tables 35-38 to country
banks. In Tables 174-317 of Part II, similar
data are shown for member banks in each Federal Reserve district. Section 10 of Part I and
Table 318 of Part II contain additional data
regarding member bank reserves and borrowings
at Federal Reserve Banks.




Compilation of call report data. The statistics of condition of member banks 1 are tabulated from so-called "call reports," i.e., condition reports submitted to the Comptroller of
the Currency by national banks and to Federal Reserve Banks by State member banks of
the Federal Reserve System in response to calls
made pursuant to provisions of law, usually three
or four times a year. Prior to June 21, 1917,
when the Federal Reserve Act was extensively
amended, State member banks were required to
submit their reports to the Comptroller of the
Currency, the same as national banks. The number and dates of calls made upon national and
State member banks have been identical except
during the period June 1917 to December 1922,
when the National Bank Act required national
banks to submit a minimum of five call reports
each year while the Federal Reserve Act required a minimum of only three call reports each
year from State member banks. All member
banks are now required to submit not less than
three call reports each year. The tables in
this section show statistics only for dates on
which both national and State member banks
submitted call reports.
Detailed instructions for the preparation of
call reports are furnished each bank by the supervisory authority under which it operates. Each
national bank sends a copy of its call report
to its Federal Reserve Bank, in addition to the
official copy sent to the Comptroller of the Currency. State member banks send two copies
of their reports to their respective Federal Reserve Banks, and the Reserve Banks in turn send
one copy of each report to the Board of Governors. The Comptroller of the Currency tabulates the reports of national banks, and the
Board of Governors tabulates the reports of
State member banks and later combines such
tabulations with those covering national banks.
The national bank statistics are published in detail by the Comptroller in the Abstract of Reports of Condition of National Banks and in
summary form in the annual reports of the
Comptroller of the Currency. Corresponding
statistics covering all member banks, both national and State, are published in detail by the
Bbard of Governors in the Member Bank Call
1
Member banks comprise all national banks in the continental
United States, which are required by law to be members of the
Federal Reserve System, and such State banks and trust companies
as have applied for and been admitted to membership.

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BANKING AND MONETARY STATISTICS

Report and in summary form in the Federal
Reserve Bulletin.
Major changes in form of call reports.
Changes in the form of call report prescribed
for national banks and for State member banks
have been made from time to time, but the two
report forms have been substantially identical
since October 3, 1928. Important changes were
made in both forms in October 1928 and December 1938. When important and feasible to do so,
statistics in the following tables, compiled from
earlier call reports, have been adjusted or revised
to place them on a comparable basis with those
derived from the revised form of report. Details
regarding these adjustments and regarding minor
revisions in the call reports are discussed later.
Before October 3, 1928, national banks reported classifications of loans and of investments regularly as of June call dates, while
State member banks did not report such data
as of June call dates until 1925. More detailed
data, in' other words, are available for national
banks prior to 1925 than for. State member
banks. On the basis of the available data a
condensed classification of loans of all member
banks has been prepared for the period 19191928, and of investments for the period 19251928; these figures appear in Table 22. The
national bank figures for the period 1914-1928
in the detail in which reported appear in the
Comptroller's iannual reports for those years.
The member bank call report forms were
extensively revised as of October 3, 1928, to
provide for a uniform classification of loans,
investments, and deposits on every call date
by both national and State member banks. These
classifications continued substantially unchanged
until December 31, 1938, when a new classification of loans was adopted, based more2 on purpose of loan than on type of collateral, and the
classification of investments was modified to
provide information on maturities of bonds. Beginning with October 1939, a detailed classification of loans, investments, and deposits, has not
been required as of spring and autumn call
dates.3
Factors affecting comparability of data. Certain factors affect the comparability of statistics
relating to member banks. Among the more important of these factors are changes in membership in the Federal Reserve System, changes in
the grouping of banks according to their classification for reserve purposes, and the consolidation of branch reports with head office reports in
3
This classification was first adopted in weekly reports of member banks in leading cities in May 1937. See Section 4, p. 128.
8
A simplified form of call report was provided for the use of
banks as of December 31, 1942, and it is expected that for a time
at least detailed breakdowns of investments will be obtained only
on mid-year call*.




the case of banks operating branches. These
factors are discussed in the following paragraphs.
Changes in membership. From time to time
additional banks become members of the Federal
Reserve System, either through conversion of
nonmember State banks into national banks or
by direct admission to membership. Absorptions of nonmember banks by member banks
also increase member bank assets. Conversely,
when member banks give up Federal Reserve
membership through direct withdrawal, through
conversion of national banks into nonmember
State banks, or as a result of the absorption of
member banks by nonmember banks, member
bank assets decline. The comparability of a
time series of member bank statistics is affected
by such accessions to and cessations of membership. During the period immediately following
the passage of the June 21, 1917 amendment to
the Federal Reserve Act, there were many accessions of State banks and trust companies to Federal Reserve membership. Most of the large
State banks and trust companies became members at that time. Partly as a result of further
accessions to membership, but principally because of the more rapid growth in size of member banks than of nonmember banks, member
bank assets have gradually become a larger and
larger proportion of the total assets of all commercial banks. In June 1917 member banks held
approximately 52 per cent of the total loans and
investments of all commercial banks; in 1920,
70 per cent; in 1929, 73 per cent; in 1933, 83
per cent; and in 1941, 85 per cent.
Grouping of banks by classification for reserve
purposes. Changes in the grouping of member
banks for reserve purposes affect the comparability of some of the statistics in this section.
Under the National Bank Act, national banks
were permitted to carry a portion of their reserves
with national banks in certain designated cities,
and the banks in these reserve cities in turn were
required to hold somewhat larger reserves than
other banks. Differentials in reserve requirements for these classes of banks were also required by the Federal Reserve Act, and the
Federal Reserve Board was given authority,
previously possessed by the Comptroller of the
Currency, to classify cities for reserve purposes.
There are three classes of banks: (1) central
reserve city banks, (2) reserve city banks, and
(3) other banks, generally referred to as "country" banks. The basic statutory requirements on
demand deposits are highest at central 4reserve
city banks and lowest at country banks. New
* For changes in reserve requirements by classes of banks from
June 21, 1917 to December 31, 1941, see Table 107, p. 400. Changes
in reserve requirements since December 31, 1941, are shown in current issues of the Federal Reserve Bulletin.

ALL MEMBER BANKS

York and Chicago are central reserve cities, but,
as pointed out below, some of the banks in these
cities are not classified as central reserve city
banks.
Under the provisions of Section 19 of the Federal Reserve Act, banks in outlying sections of
central reserve cities may be designated by the
Board of Governors either as reserve city banks
or as country banks, and banks in outlying sections of reserve cities may be designated as
country banks. Under this provision of law,
on December 31, 1941, six of the seven member
banks located in the Boroughs of Brooklyn and
Bronx of New York City were classified as
reserve city banks, and all (twelve) members in
the Boroughs of Queens and Richmond were
classified as country banks. (One member bank
in the Borough of Brooklyn of New York City,
with a branch in the Borough of Manhattan,
remained a central reserve city bank.) Likewise,
there were 33 member banks in Chicago classified
as reserve city banks, the remainder being central
reserve city banks. (No bank in Chicago has
been classified as a country bank.) There were
48 member banks in 17 other "reserve cities"
classified as country banks at the end of 1941.
The banks thus reclassified are usually relatively
small and typically neighborhood banks.
From time to time changes have been made
in the list of central reserve and reserve cities.
When the Federal Reserve System was established, St. Louis, Missouri, was a central reserve
city and continued in that status through
June 30, 1922, after which it became a reserve city. In the tables here presented, banks
in St. Louis have been treated as reserve city
banks throughout the entire period. On the
other hand, banks in other cities, that is, banks
in central reserve cities designated as reserve
city banks, and banks in central reserve and
reserve cities designated as country banks, have
been classified according to their reserve status
on the given call dates. Changes in the list of
reserve cities during the period 1914-1941 are
shown in Table 108, page 401.
Tables 23-38, covering central reserve city
banks, reserve city banks, and country banks,
show no data prior to June 30, 1919, because (1)
figures for State member banks in New York
City and Chicago, respectively, were not published before that date, and (2) figures for State
member banks in St. Louis, Missouri, now a
reserve city but formerly a central reserve city,
were available only in combination with those
for New York and Chicago. In the absence of
data covering central reserve city banks and
reserve city banks prior to, June 1919, figures for




63

country banks have not been shown for that
period.
Branch reports. The manner in which data
are reported by banks which operate branches
also affects the comparability of statistics in
this section. Call reports submitted by a
member bank operating branches reflect the consolidated condition of the bank and all its
domestic branches. The reports are always
tabulated according to the location and reserve
classification of the parent bank, even if the
branches are located in communities distant
from the parent bank. Consequently, in a State
like California, where many country banks have
been absorbed by and have become branches
of city banks, member bank statistics for a
given city—or a group of cities—reflect to a
constantly increasing degree the condition not
only of banks located in that city but also of
branches located in other communities. In some
recent years a separate condensed report was
obtained once a year covering each branch, but
these reports were not used for general statistical
purposes. An analysis of branch reports submitted as of June 30, 1940, appears in Table 78,
page 310.
A few member banks operate one or more foreign branches. In such cases a separate report
must be submitted covering each foreign branch.
The assets and liabilities of foreign branches are
not, however, consolidated with the assets and
liabilities of the parent bank, as is done in the
case of domestic branches; instead, only the net
amount due from or due to each foreign branch
is reflected in the parent bank's report among
"other assets" and "other liabilities/' respectively,
Classification of loans. Such statistics as are
available prior to 1928 on the classification of
loans are shown in Table 22. Beginning with
October 3,1928, detailed figures on types of loans
are available, which make possible some analysis
of the amount and nature of demands for credit.
This detailed classification of loans is shown for
each class of bank in the second table of each
set, that is, Table 19 for all member banks, Table
24 for central reserve city member banks in New
York City, and so on in Tables 28, 32, and 36,
and in corresponding tables for each Federal
Reserve district in Part II. Loans are classified
in a general way as Joans made principally to
regular customers and loans placed in the open
market. The latter include acceptances and
commercial paper bought and loans to brokers
and dealers in securities in New York City (socalled "street loans").6 Open-market loans cover
6
For statistics on loans to brolcers and dealers in securities prior
to 1028 see Section 12, Tables 140 and 141, pp. 495-500.

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BANKING AND MONETARY STATISTICS

funds placed where they can be withdrawn readily at call or on maturity, if needed by the lending bank, while loans to customers involve closer
relationships between lenders and borrowers that
may at times make them less readily collectible
or saleable. The latter, moreover, represent
loans made in response to the demands of customers, while the former are acquired at the
initiative of the reporting banks. Data on customers' loans are classified as to type of collateral—loans on securities, loans on real estate,
and loans otherwise secured and unsecured. This
classification continued substantially unchanged
through September 28, 1938.9
In the call report for December 31, 1938, a
new classification of loans was adopted, based
more on purpose of loan than on type of collateral. This classification according to purpose
was first adopted in the weekly reports of
member banks in leading cities in May 1937.
It provides information as to commercial loans,
agricultural loans, and loans for the purpose
of purchasing or carrying securities made to
others than brokers and dealers. The table
below compares figures on the two bases of classification as of December 31, 1938. The figures,
COMPARISON OF LOAN CLASSIFICATIONS,
DECEMBER 31, 1938
[In millions of dollars)
Old basis New basis
13,210
Loans—total
13,210
Security loans :
970
Brokers' loans
...........................
Loans for purchasing or carrying
securities ........ .
....................
I a 2,550
Other loans on securities
...............
1
2,720
Real estate loans
..........................
Open -market paper
Loans to banks
Commercial, industrial,
All other loans

........................
.........................
and agricultural

970
I
\

780
b

2,720

440
120

440
120

a 6,410

/ 5,450
\ 2,730

a Estimated for this date on comparable basis with earlier figures.
b Included in "commercial, industrial, and agricultural loans" and
"all other loans."

some of which are estimated, indicate that as a
result of the change 1/770 million dollars previously reported as "loans on securities" (other
than to brokers and dealers) was transferred on
December 31, 1938, to "commercial, industrial,
and agricultural loans" and to "all other loans";
the remainder, 780 million, was reported in the
new category, "loans for the purpose of purchasing or carrying securities." The figures of "other
loans," being residuals of loans not separately
classified, are not comparable since December
1938 with earlier figures. Before then "other
loans" consisted principally of commercial, industrial, agricultural, and consumer loans not
secured by stocks and bonds; beginning with
*As noted in the tables, reporting banks' acceptances were segregated from "other loans" beginning with December 31, 1931-




December 1938 the figures of "other loans" are
made up 7principally of consumer loans to individuals.
Classification of investments. For the entire
period covered by the tables summarizing principal assets and liabilities, investments are classified into United States Government securities
and other securities. Additional data -on types
of investments are available for 1925-1928 in
Table 22. Beginning with October 3, 1928, a
detailed classification of investments is shown
by class of bank in the third table of each set,
that is, in Table 20 for all member banks, in
Table 25 for central reserve city banks in New
York City, and so on in Tables 29, 33, and 37.
Corresponding tables, by Federal Reserve districts, appear in Part II. The more detailed
figures permit further analysis of the liquidity
and marketability of bank assets and indicate
the extent to which banks provide a market for
different types of securities.
United States Government securities are
divided into bills and certificates, notes, and
bonds. Other securities are shown by broad
classes of issues: obligations of States and political subdivisions, other domestic issues (showing
bonds, notes, and debentures, classified by different types of issuers, and corporate stocks),
and foreign securities. Beginning with March
5, 1934, another class of United States Government securities was added, "obligations fully
guaranteed by the United States," which were
first issued in the latter part of 1933. At the
same time the classification of "other securities"
was revised principally to segregate obligations
of Government corporations and credit agencies
which were not fully guaranteed (i.e., guaranteed
as to interest only or without guarantee) by the
United States Government. Beginning with December 31, 1938, member banks began to report
their holdings of bonds further broken down into
those maturing within 5 years and those maturing
after 5 years. In the case of Government securities, a more detailed maturity distribution has
also been reported.8 Some of the items originally
reported have been consolidated in the tables
showing classification of investments in order to
present the more significant figures on a substantially comparable basis for the entire period;
7
Consumer loans to individuals, subdivided into four categories,
were required to be reported separately in call reports as of
December 31, 1942. Beginning with December 1939 certain classes
of consumer instalment loans were required to be reported in supplomen*ary schedules, and these data have been published in the
Federal Reserve Bulletin.
8
This maturity breakdown of Government securities (maturities
within 5 years, 5 to 10 years, 10 to 20 years, and after 20 years) is
not shown in the tables in this section, but for all member and
insured nonmember commercial banks such figures as of December
31, 1941, are shown in Table 41, p, 110.

ALL MEMBER BANKS

the figures originally published may be found
in the Member Bank Call Report.
Classification of deposits. Deposit figures
back to 1914 are available on a substantially
comparable basis for five principal classes of deposits: interbank, United States Government,
postal savings, other demand, and other time deposits. In the more detailed breakdown beginning with October 3, 1928, various types of demand and time deposits are shown: interbank
(classified into those of domestic and foreign
banks), United States Government, States and
political subdivisions, certified and officers'
checks, etc., and individuals, partnerships, corporations, etc. Time deposits of individuals,
partnerships, corporations, etc., are further classified as to evidence of deposits, e.g., certificates of
deposit, savings, and, beginning with June 30,
1933, Christmas savings and similar accounts.
Separate totals for demand and for time deposits can be obtained prior to October 3, 1928,
from the available figures dividing deposits into
five classes, because during that period the first
three classes of deposits were demand deposits:
(1) up to and including June 30, 1928, all interbank deposits were reported or regarded as demand deposits, (2) before November 1938 all
United States Government deposits were demand
deposits, and (3) postal savings deposits from
June 21, 1917, to August 23, 1935, though required by a specific provision of law to be treated
as time deposits for reserve purposes? by their
terms were demand deposits until the enactment
on June 16, 1933, of the Banking Act of 1933.
Following the passage of that Act, which prohibited the payment of interest on demand deposits, the Postal Savings System amended the
conditions under which postal savings funds
were deposited in banks in order to meet the
definition of time deposits.
Demand deposits adjusted. This item, which
appears as a memorandum item in the tables
on principal assets and liabilities, comprises the
excess of gross demand deposits, other than interbank and United States Government deposits,
over cash items in process of collection (so-called
"float"). It is a statistical measure of the aggre- •
gate net balances in the checking accounts of
individuals, partnerships, corporations, States,
and local government bodies, after allowing for
checks outstanding against these accounts. Since
it is intended to represent in a general way the
cash resources of the community placed on deposit with banks and readily available for use,
9
Before April 24, 1917, they were treated as demand deposits for
reserve purposes; from April 24, 1917, to June 21, 1917, they were
regarded as public moneys of the United States and, for that reason, were exempt from reserve requirements.




65

interbank deposits and United States Government deposits are excluded.
The deduction of "cash items in process of
collection" from gross demand deposits eliminates, in so far as practicable, the double counting
of deposits, i.e., at the bank on which the checks
are drawn and at the bank in which they have
been deposited. This double counting arises from
the fact that banks give depositors immediate
credit for checks deposited by them, i.e., in advance of actual collection of thfe checks, with the
result that, until the checks reach the drawee
banks and are charged to drawees' deposit accounts, both the drawers and the drawees have
the same funds—according to the banks' reports.
On December 31, 1941, member banks reported nearly 3.4 billion dollars of cash items
in process of collection; in other words, the gross
figures overstated the public's deposits by that
amount. An adjustment for this "float" is important because the amount fluctuates considerably.
For example, reported "float" on December 31,
1941, was 1 billion dollars higher than on June
30, 1941; if no adjustment were made, there
would be an indicated increase from June 30 to
December 31, 1941, of 2 billion dollars in demand deposits of the general public, whereas the
actual increase, as measured by adjusted demand
deposits, was approximately 1 billion dollars.
Net demand deposits. Another memorandum
item on deposits which appears in the tables on
principal assets and liabilities is net demand deposits, which comprises the amounts of deposits
subject to reserve requirements according to the
definition of the term "net demand deposits" in
effect on the respective call dates.10 Inasmuch
as the definition of the term has been changed
from time to time, due principally to changes
in law and regulations, this series is not fully
comparable—the figures beginning with November 1, 1935, in particular, are not comparable
with those for prior call dates.
In general terms, net demand deposits of a
member bank until April 24, 1917, were made
up of (1) the gross amount of all demand deposits except those due to other banks, and (2)
the net excess (if any) of demand deposits due
10
Member banks make reports of deposits at regular intervals
for the purpose of computing the reserves required by law, as
described in the text of Section 10, p. 366. The definition of
demand deposits for these reports which was in effect on call
dates is used for the computation of "net demand deposits," with
one relatively unimportant exception. For the period November 1,
1918, to June 30, 1928, inclusive, the figures as originally compiled
were revised in October 1928 to include letters of credit and
travelers' checks sold for cash because, beginning with the call for
October 3, 1928, such liabilities were required to be reported as
deposits. This provision increased net demand deposits as of June
30, 1928, by 43 million dollars. It was not practicable to carry the
revision beyond November 1, 1918. The comparative composition
of "net demand deposits'' and ' 'demand deposits adj usted'' is
shown in a table on p. 991 of the Federal Reserve Bulletin for
October 1941.

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to other banks over demand balances due from
other domestic banks and cash items in process
of collection.11 From April 24, 1917, tp
August 23, 1935, the definition was substantially the same except that United States Government deposits were exempt by law from all
reserve requirements and were, therefore, excluded from net demand deposits.12
The Banking Act of 1935 brought about a
fundamental change in the definition of net demand deposits: it prescribed that reserves be
carried against United States Government deposits, and permitted allowable deductions to be
offset against total demand deposits instead of
against demand deposits due to banks. Net demand deposits thus were defined as the excess of
all demand deposits, including deposits due to
other banks and the United States Government,
over demand balances due from other domestic
banks (except Federal Reserve Banks, foreign
banks or branches thereof, foreign branches of
domestic banks, and private banks) and cash
items in process of collection.13 The law has
never permitted banks to make deductions from
time deposits in computing required reserves. In
April 1943 an amendment to the law exempted
United States Government war loan deposit accounts from reserve requirements; this exemption is to expire six months after cessation of.
hostilities.
Because of the method of computation, net
demand deposits bear a different relation to
total deposits at banks in the different reserve
classifications—central reserve city banks, reserve city banks, and country banks. Moreover,
the changes in method of computing reserve requirements prescribed by the Banking Act of
1935 affected the three classes of banks in different degrees. Before the passage of that Act
net demand, deposits of central reserve city
banks, which generally hold large balances due
to banks and small balances due from banks,
comprised the gross amount of their individual,
1
1
The Banking Act of 1935 specifically authorized cash items in
process of collection to be deducted from gross demand deposits;
before that time such items were regarded, by administrative rulings, as being for reserve purposes the same as balances due from
banks.
13
The same provision of law (Act of April 24, 1917) was interpreted as exempting postal savings deposits from reserve requirements, but the amendment of June 21, 1917 to the Federal Reserve
Act made postal savings deposits subject tp the same reserve requirements as time deposits, though by their terms they .continued
to13be demand deposits,
The amount of net demand deposits subject to reserve shown
in the tables of this section qan not be computed from the asset and
liability items shown in the tables, even for recent dates, because
(1) a part of the interbank deposits shown beginning with October
3, 1928, are time deposits, and a part of the United States Government deposits shown beginning with December 31, 1938, are time
deposits; (2) a part of the asset item ' 'balances with domestic
banks" consists of time balances or balances with private banks
and, for that reason, may not be deducted from gross demand deposits; and (3) some banks have gross demand deposits smaller
than their allowable deductions, and their excess deductions may
not, of course, be offset against deposit liabilities of other banks.




corporate, State, and municipal deposits and
most of their deposits due to banks. On the
other hand, net demand deposits of country
banks, which generally hold large balances due
from banks and small amounts due to banks,
represented very closely the gross amount of
their individual, corporate, State, and municipal
deposits, inasmuch as they generally had no net
excess of due to over due from banks to be
added. Reserve city banks occupied a mixed
position in that as a class they had fairly large
balances both due to and due from other banks,
and some banks had an excess of balances due
from banks and others an excess of balances due
to banks.
When the new method of computing reserve
requirements went into effect in August 1935,
banks in New York City showed an increase in
net demand deposits because they held fairly
large Government deposits which were no longer
exempt from reserve requirements. Banks in
Chicago and in reserve cities were not much
affected because their Government deposits were
not large and the amounts they could deduct
from total demand deposits were roughly about
the same as they had been deducting from deposits due to banks. On the other hand, country banks, whose balances due from banks generally are very much larger than balances due
to banks, showed relatively large decreases in
net demand deposits; in fact, under the new
method of computation, some country banks at
times have no net demand deposits because their
gross demand deposits are smaller than their
aggregate balances due from banks and cash
items in process o.f collection.
Prior to the passage of the Banking Act of
1935, questions arose from time to time as to
whether for reserve purposes certain kinds of
demand deposits constituted "due to banks,"
against which could be offset balances due from
banks. The need for rulings on such questions
disappeared after August 23, 1935, because allowable deductions are now made from total demand deposits, not from demand deposits due
to banks. The principal changes in the definition of "due to banks/' up to the time of the passage of the Banking Act of 1935, and the date of
either the first or last call report affected thereby,
were as follows:
(1) Amounts due to -Federal Reserve Banks (adeferred credits" or "transit account") were treated as
deposits "due to banks" for reserve purposes through
June 20, 1917, and again beginning with May 4, 1920;
they were excluded entirely from reserve computations
from call reports between those dates, though included
in statistics of deposits. For definition of this item
see footnote 22, page 69.
(2) Certified and officers' cheeks were treated as de-

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mand deposits "due to banks" beginning with March
4, 1919; before that time they were regarded as other
demand deposits.
(3) Member bank dividend checks outstanding were
treated as demand deposits "due to banks" beginning
with December 31, 1927; before that time all dividends declared and unpaid, including dividend checks
outstanding, were regarded as other demand deposits.
(4) Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for
cash were treated as demand deposits "due to banks"
beginning with October 3, 1928; before that time they
were not regarded as deposit liabilities.
(5) Interbank deposits payable within 30 days but
not subject to immediate withdrawal were excluded
from demand deposits "due to banks" and treated as
other demand deposits beginning with December 31,
1932.

Changes in the composition of "due from
banks" also affected the computation of net demand deposits. The principal changes were as
follows:
(1) Checks and other cash items with Federal Reserve Banks in process of collection were not required to be segregated from collected reserve balances through June 20, J.917; after that time such
items were segregated in national bank call reports
and were treated as "due from banks," and beginning
with May 10, 1918, a corresponding change was made
in the case of State member banks.
(2) Exchanges for clearing house and other checks
on local banks were treated as an offset to demand
deposits other than deposits "due to banks" through
June 20, 1917; after that time they were regarded as
balances "due from banks" for reserve purposes and
were offset against demand deposits "due to banks."
(3) Balances due from foreign banks were not required to be segregated from balances due from domestic banks through December 31, 1919; after that
time they were segregated and were no longer treated
as "due from banks" for reserve purposes.
(4) In June 1925 it was ruled that balances due
from foreign branches of American banks were not
"due from banks" for reserve purposes unless payable
in dollars, also that balances due from own foreign
branches were not "due from banks" for such purposes. Provision for segregating balances due from
foreign branches of other American banks was first
made in the call report for October 3, 1928; meantime
such balances, together with balances due from own
foreign branches, were required to be included in
"other assets."14
(5) In January 1929, when a revised form for uniform computation of reserve requirements was approved by the Board, it was stated, in effect, that
balances with other banks which were not subject to
immediate withdrawal were not "due from banks" for
reserve purposes. Provision for segregating such balances was first made in the member bank call report
for October 25, 1933; meantime, they were required
to be included in "other assets."

Other items and changes in reporting.
Items appearing in the tables are further described in the following paragraphs. The general
nature of the item is indicated and.changes in
"Since the passage of the Banking Act of 1935, no balances with
foreign branches have been treated as "due from banks" for reserve purposes.




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the form of the call report affecting the item are
noted together with revisions and adjustments
which have been made in the figures.
Number of banks. The number of banks appears in
the tables-showing principal assets and liabilities. The
figure represents the number of member banks which
were in active operation and submitted condition reports
as of the respective call dates. In other words, it excludes
inactive banks whose existence may not have been formally terminated incident to voluntary liquidation,
merger, suspension, etc., and which consequently may
be included in other published series of banks in existence. In a few instances, if a condition report was
not received in time or a bank suspended or went into
voluntary liquidation soon after a call was announced,
the bank was included and a condition report for a
prior call date was substituted.
Loans and investments. Both loans and investments
are reported at net book value, i.e., less charge-pffs and
valuation allowances. Before the general revision of
the call report in December 1938, however, valuation
allowances and charge-offs not allocated to specific loans
and securities sometimes were not deducted from assets
but were included in reserves for contingencies.
During the period September 12, 1916, through December 31, 1921, member banks were required to report "net"
loans and discounts, i.e., less paper rediscounted. Accordingly, in order to present a comparable series, the
figures reported for that period have been adjusted to
a "gross" basis.
During the period May 1, 1917, through December 31,
1926, the liability of national banks on acceptances of
other banks and foreign bills of exchange sold with their
endorsement was included in the statistics of rediscounts
(borrowings) of national banks as compiled from condition reports; from March 23, 1927, through September
28, 1938, such acceptances and bills were excluded from
rediscounts and shown separately among liabilities; and
beginning with December 31, 1938, they have been, excluded from the balance sheet and reported merely as
contingent liabilities, As an offset to this liability, such
acceptances and bills were also included in gross holdings of loans of national banks during the period May
1, 1917, through June 30, 1928, and shown as a separate
asset item from October 3, 1928, through September 28,
1938. The same practice was followed in tabulating statistics of borrowings and loans of State member banks
from condition reports except during the period December 31, 1917, through December 31, 1921, when such acceptances and bills were excluded from both borrowings
and loans; therefore, the statistics of borrowings and
loans of all member banks (national and State combined) as published during the latter period reflected
this difference in practice. In the tables here presented
neither loans nor borrowings include acceptances of
other banks and foreign bills of exchange except on
May 1 and June 20, 1917. For May 1, 1917, an unknown but probably small amount of such bills reported
by both national and State member banks is included;
for June 20, 1917, when national banks reported approximately 53 million dollars of such bills, an unknown
but probably small amount of such bills reported by
State member banks is also included.
Overdrafts are included in the figures of loans throughout the period. Customers* liabilities on drafts paid
under letters of credit are included in loans beginning
with November 1, 1918, in the tables here presented.15
16
This adjustment can not be carried back further because, on the
three preceding call dates, customers' liabilities on both used and
unused letters of credit were combined with customers' liabilities
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However, the amounts reported by all member banks
on that date, $44,361,000, and on the next three call
dates, probably include some customers' liabilities on
unused letters of credit.
Beginning with October 3, 1928, the loan figures include some real estate mortgage loans which before that
time were reported as investments. The amount transferred at that time from the securities category to
the loan category is not known, but apparently it did
not seriously affect the comparability of the series:
member bank real,estate loans on October 3, 1928, were
. 3,089 million dollars, compared with 3,068 million dollars on June 30, 1928.
Figures originally published for investments included,
through April 12, 1926, in the case of national banks, and
through June 2Q, 1917, in the case of State member
banks, securities borrowed (now shown separately among
bank assets). In the tables here presented, however, the
figures for investments have been adjusted to exclude
borrowed securities.
Beginning with December 31, 1938, the loan and investment figures exclude some assets indirectly representing
bank premises or other real estate, which are now reported separately and are included in "other real estate."
The amount thus excluded from loans (mostly real
estate loans) was approximately 50 million dollars and
from investments approximately 95 million dollars as
of December 31, 1938.
Reserves with Federal Reserve Banks. Before September 12, 1917, in the case of national banks, and before May 10, 1918, in the case of State banks, member
banks were not required to distinguish in their call
reports between collected reserve balances with Federal
Reserve Banks and cash items with Federal Reserve
Banks in process of collection. Since then there has
been a general requirement that reserve balances reported by member banks should consist of collected
funds as shown by the member banks' books. Some
member banks, however, particularly the smaller ones,
do not make a distinction on their books between cash
items in process of collection and collected funds. Consequently, to some extent the amount of reserves with
Federal Reserve Banks as reported by member banks
may exceed the amounts shown on the books of the
Federal Reserve Banks. There are other differences in
reporting, however, which tend to make the amounts
reported by the member banks smaller than shown by
the Federal Reserve Banks. Many member banks reduce their reserve balances, as shown by their books, as
soon as they draw drafts on the Federal Reserve Banks
or authorize charges to their reserve accounts in payment of cheeks received from the Reserve Banks for
collection and remittance—although the Reserve Banks
do not make such charges until receipt of the drafts or
authorizations, A similar result arises from the fact
that the Federal Reserve Banks credit the reserve
accounts of member banks with the proceeds of notes
and other non-cash items upon collection thereof,
while the member banks' are not in position to make
corresponding entries on their books until advice of
collection has been received. This lack of synchronization of entries on the books of the Federal Reserve
Banks and of the member banks accounts for the difference between aggregate reserve balances as tabulated
from member bank. call reports and as shown by the
books of the Federal Reserve Banks. For example, as
of September 24, 1941, member banks reported 13,246
million dollars of reserve balances, compared with
13,273 million shown by the books of the Federal Reserve Banks.
When the Federal Reserve Act was amended on June
21, 1917, reserve requirements were reduced and at the




same time member banks were required thereafter to
carry all of their legal reserves with Federal Reserve
Banks. Consequently, beginning with the call reports
for September 11? 1917, for national banks and December 31, 1917, for State member banks, the item "reserves
with Federal Reserve Banks" measures the total amount
of legal reserve balances $o the credit of member banks.
For prior call dates, however, legal reserves are also included in part in the items "cash in vault" and "balances
with domestic banks."16
Cash in vault. This item comprises all United States
coin and currency held in the reporting banks' vaults,
including to some extent currency and coin in transit
to or from Federal Reserve Banks, but excluding the
reporting banks' own national bank notes. Until arrangements were made in 1935 to retire all national bank
note circulation, national banks were required to deduct
their own notes on hand from their gross liabilities on
note circulation; it is estimated that the amount deducted as of December 31, 1934, was approximately 24
million dollars.17
Balances with domestic and foreign banks*B Prior
to May 1920 the call report form did not distinguish
between balances with domestic banks and balances with
foreign banks, but beginning with May 1920 member
banks have been required to make this segregation.
The distinction was made following a ruling (published
in the Federal Reserve Bulletin for October 1919) to
the effect that balances with foreign banks are not
deductible in determining the amount of "net demand
deposits" against which reserves must be carried.
Balances with foreign banks were not tabulated
separately, however, until the March 1927 call; before
that time they are included in "other assets."
As indicated elsewhere, a . member bank operating
foreign branches is required to report the aggregate net
amount due from its foreign branches in the schedule
of "other assets" and the aggregate net amount due to
its foreign branches in "other liabilities." Such balances
are so tabulated in the accompanying tables. A balance
due from a foreign branch of another member bank is
regarded as a balance with a foreign bank, while a
balance due from an American branch of a foreign
bank is regarded as a balance with a domestic bank.
Beginning with October 25, 1933, the statistics of balances with domestic banks include all time balances, and
beginning with December 31, 1935, they include all balances with private banks. Before those dates such balances were supposed to be reported in the schedule of
"other assets," but to.some extent they were reported as
balances with domestic banks.
Cash items in process of collection. Cash items in
process of collection are a measure of so-called "float"
carried by banks, i. e., of the amounts which banks
have credited to depositors' accounts but which have
not yet been collected from 19 banks on which the
the
deposited checks are drawn.
This item may be
viewed as cash or as a deduction from deposits. It is
in the latter sense that the item is used in computing
net demand deposits and demand deposits adjusted,
described in preceding paragraphs. Many of the smaller
banks do not make a distinction on their books between
16
See' "The History of Reserve Requirements for Banks in the
United States" in the Federal Reserve Bulletin for November 1938.
17
This is the difference between the amount of national bank notes
issued by the Comptroller of the Currency, as shown in his monthly
statement of capital stock of national banks, and the net liability
on18national bank notes outstanding as reported in call reports.
See p. 70, for discussion of reciprocal interbank deposits.
10
Checks for which deposit credit has been given are, of course,
charged back to depositors' accounts if collection is not effected.
Moreover, banks generally do not permit depositors to draw on deposits for which credit has been given in advance of actual collection
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checks in process of collection and collected balances
due either from Federal Reserve Banks or from other
banks; consequently, the reported amounts understate
the cash items in process of collection. The amount
of understatement probably is not large and the
fluctuations may be unimportant.
The item comprises checks in process of collection,
drawn on any banking institution and payable immediately upon presentation in the United States, including checks with Federal Reserve Banks in process
of collection and checks on hand which on the following business day will be presented for payment through
the clearing house or otherwise or will be forwarded
for collection; Government checks and warrants drawn
on the Treasurer of the United States which are in
process of collection; and such other items in process of
collection, payable immediately upon presentation in
the United States, as are customarily cleared or collected
by banks as cash items.
Through June 20, 1917, "exchanges for clearing house"
and "other checks on local banks" were the only cash
items in process of collection required to be segregated
by banks. Thereafter, items with Federal Reserve
Banks in process of collection were segregated from collected reserve balances.20 Beginning with December 31,
1935, banks were requested to report as a single item
the total amount of cash items in process of collection, as defined in the preceding paragraph, Before
that time balances "due from banks" as shown in call
reports included cash items in process of collection
with correspondents (other than Federal Reserve Banks),
Beginning with December 31, 1935, banks were required to report separately cash items not in process
of collection (16 million dollars on December 31, 1935,,
when first segregated), which had formerly been included in their reporting of "outside checks and other
cash items." In the tables in this section, however,
the entire amount of "outside checks and other cash
items" has been included in cash items in process of
collection.
Bank premises, furniture, and fixtures. This item
represents the net book value, i. e., less charge-offs and
depreciation allowances, of premises actually owned by
the bank and occupied as a banking house (by the
bank and its branches, if any) and of furniture and
fixtures owned. Bank premises owned indirectly, as,
for example, through a subsidiary or an affiliate of
the bank, are included in the present compilation in
"other real estate" beginning December 31, 1938, and in
loans and investments before that date.
Other real estate. This item represents the net book
value of (1) real estate other than banking house
actually owned by the bank, (2) improved and unimproved real estate purchased for use but not occupied
as a banking house, and (3) beginning with December
31, 1938, the amounts of "investments and other assets
indirectly representing bank premises or other real
estate." In December 1938, when these assets were
first segregated, they amounted to 145 million dollars,
of which 95 million was investments and 50 million other
assets (mostly loans).
Customers' liability on acceptances. This item represents the aggregate liabilities to the reporting banks
of their customers on drafts and bills of exchange
which have been accepted by the reporting banks, or
by other banks for their accounts, and which are outstanding, i.e., not held by the reporting banks; if the
acceptances are held by the reporting banks they are
required to be reported as loans.
Securities borrowed. These securities were included
30
In the case of State member banks this segregation was not required until May 10, 1918.




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in the figures of securities owned, as originally published, through April 12, 1926, in the case of national
banks, and through June 20, 1917, in the case of State
member banks.
Other assets. This residual item consists principally
of such items as income accrued but not collected,
expenses prepaid, cash items not in process of collection,
and suspense debits. "Other assets" also include the
funds (34 million dollars on December 31, 1934) maintained by national banks with the United States
Treasurer for the redemption of national^bank notes;
national banks extinguished their liabilities for such
notes in 1935 by depositing lawful money with the
United States Treasurer for their retirement. As
already indicated, during part of the period covered
by the table "other assets" include some assets which
currently are segregated, e.g., balances with foreign
banks.
Deposits—general. Some items of deposits for which
figures are no longer reported separately or for which
back figures are not particularly significant are not
shown in the tables; some other items which were required to be reported separately by national banks
. only21 have necessarily been omitted from the tables.
Among the items that fall into these categories are,
prior to October 3, 1928, savings deposits and State,
county, and municipal deposits, which State member
banks were not required to segregate regularly until
that date; amounts due to Federal Reserve Bank
("deferred credits" or "transit account") ; 22 certified
checks, cashiers' checks, letters of credit and travelers'
checks sold for cash, and checks in payment of dividends on the banks' stock—all of which are now
reported by member banks as a single item; demand
certificates of deposit and deposits subject to check,
which banks are no longer required to segregate from
other demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and
corporations; deposits the payment of which had been
deferred, which were segregated from other time
deposits for a few call dates following the banking
holiday of 1933; and deposits accumulated for payment of personal loans, which are currently segregated
from other time deposits in bank condition reports but
which, for statistical purposes, are combined with other
"open account" time deposits.
Some liabilities which are now included in deposits
were not so regarded formerly, and vice versa. Beginning with October 3, 1928, member banks were required to report letters of credit and travelers' checks
sold jor cash as demand deposits; before then they
were not regarded as deposit liabilities. In the tables
here presented letters of credit and travelers' checks
sold for cash have been treated as deposit liabilities
back to November 1, 1918; before then the figures
reported for this item apparently include a substantial
amount of unused letters of credit not sold for cash
but issued against collateral pledged by the banks*
customers. Before December 31, 1927, all dividends
declared but unpaid were regarded as demand deposits,
but beginning with that call date only dividends credited
21
Until October 3, 1928, State member banks were required only
occasionally to classify deposits in their call reports.
23
Amounts due to Federal Reserve Bank ("deferred credits" or
"transit account") when last reported separately, on November 1,
1935, aggregated 49 million dollars. These amounts do not represent balances carried by Federal Reserve Banks with member banks,
but merely amounts due by member banks to Federal Reserve
Banks for drafts drawn upon the Reserve Banks or in connection
with authorizations which the member banks have given to the Reserve Banks to charge their reserve accounts in payment for checks
received from the Reserve Banks for collection and remittance. As
soon as such drafts or authorizations reach the Reserve Banks, the
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to stockholders' deposit accounts or represented by
dividend checks outstanding have been regarded as
deposit liabilities; it was neither practicable nor important to revise the back figures to the current basis.
From time to time the Board has had occasion to rule
on whether or not specific liabilities were deposit liabilities; for example, liabilities resulting from the receipt
of trust funds, foreign currency deposits, funds accumulated for the purpose of retiring personal loans, and
funds representing advance payments on subscriptions
to Government securities. These rulings have been
brought to the attention of all member banks by publication in the Federal Reserve Bulletin, but the amounts
involved in most cases have been relatively small and
no attempt has been made to revise back statistics of
deposits.
Certified and officers' checks, etc. This item under
demand deposits represents chiefly the liability of the
bank (1) on checks which have been certified but have
not been presented for payment and (2) on checks
drawn on the bank by its officers which have not been
presented for payment; it now also includes (3) outstanding letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for
cash by the reporting bank or its agent and (4)
amounts due to Federal Reserve Bank (transit account)
as represented by outstanding drafts on or other
authorizations to charge the reporting bank's reserve
account with the Federal Reserve Bank.
Interbank deposits. There have been a number of
changes in the reporting of interbank deposits. Through
April 28, 1921, national banks were required to report
the net amounts due to banks and bankers; i.e., in any
case where a reporting bank had reciprocal accounts
with another bank ilt was to report the net due from or
the net due to, as the case might be. Thereafter, the
report forms did not call for net amounts, and in March
1922 national banks were advised that they were no
longer required to report net balances. Call report
forms provided by the Board for State member banks
beginning with December 1917 (before that time such
banks reported to the Comptroller of the Currency)
merely called for the amount of balances due to banks;
no general instructions were issued on this point until
December 1938. Beginning with December 31, 1938, all
member banks were advised that reciprocal interbank
balances should be shown gross.23
No distinction was made between interbank demand
and interbank time deposits until October 3, 1928;
before that date all interbank deposits were reported
as "due to banks/ 3 i.e., as demand deposits.
Balances due by member banks to their own foreign
branches were treated as demand deposits "due to
banks in foreign countries" (though not as deposits
subject to reserve requirements) as published in the
Member Bank Call Report from December 31, 1928,
to June 30, 1934, inclusive, but in the tables here presented they are regarded as miscellaneous liabilities in
accordance with current practice.
Ag indicated in the discussion of "net demand
deposits," certified and officers' checks, dividend checks,
and letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for
cash were regarded during various periods as deposits
"due to banks" for reserve purposes; they are, however,
excluded from interbank deposits in the tables presented herewith. Likewise, in these tables amounts
due to Federal Reserve Bank are included in statistics
of demand deposits other than interbank, although for
23
Beginning with June 30, 1942, all member banks were instructed that reciprocal balances should be reported net; the
effect of this requirement was to reduce reported balances due from
banks and reported balances due to banks each by 600 million dollars. No statistics are available to show the effect of previous
changes in manner of reporting reciprocal balances.




many years such amounts were treated as interbank
deposits.
From time to time questions have been presented
as to whether or not certain kinds of financial institutions were "banks" within the meaning of Section 19,
which relates to reserve requirements, or within the
meaning of some other provision of law. In 1928, for
example, the Board ruled that deposits of Morris Plan
banks and mutual savings banks should be classified
as demand deposits due to banks, but that deposits of
building and loan associations should not be so classified.
In 1935 it was ruled that the term "banks" as used
in Section 19 did not-include private banks. These
and other such rulings had some effect on the amounts
reported as due to and due from banks, but no attempt
was made to obtain any statistics on the effect of these
rulings on reported figures and there is no reason to
think that the comparability of the series was affected
materially. ,
Borrowings. This item represents the total amount
borrowed by the reporting banks on their own promissory notes, on certificates of deposit, on notes and bills
rediscounted, and on any other instruments given
for the purpose of borrowing money, and includes
Federal funds purchased24 and loans and securities sold
under repurchase agreement. Since December 31, 1938,
all of these types of borrowing have been reported
under one item—"bills payable, rediscounts, and other
liabilities for borrowed money." Prior to that date
five separate items were reported: bills payable with
Federal Reserv.e Banks and with others, notes and
bills rediscounted with Federal Reserve Banks and with
others, and agreements to repurchase securities sold.
These separate items are not published in the tables
in this book, but they are available in the published
data for each call report. (Monthly figures of borrowings of member banks at Federal Reserve Banks by
classes of banks are shown in Tables 105 and 106, pages
396-400, and by Federal Reserve districts in Table 318,
page 928.
During the period September 12, 1916, to December
31, 1921, inclusive, notes and bills rediscounted were
deducted from gross loans and discounts and the
amount rediscounted was published as a memorandum
item below liabilities. In the present compilation,
loans have been shown gross and borrowings include
rediscounts throughout the period.
During the period May 1, 1917, to December 31,
1926, in the case of national banks, the amount of rediscounts originally published included "acceptances of
other banks and foreign bills of exchange sold with
endorsement." In the ease of State member banks this
was true for May 1 and June 20, 1917, and during
the period March 10, 1922, to December 31, 1926. In
1927 it was decided that such sales of acceptances were
not rediscounts (borrowings); and in the statistics here
presented they have been excluded from borrowings
beginning with June 20, 25
1917—on an estimated basis for
some of the earlier dates.
Acceptances outstanding. This item represents the
amount of outstanding drafts and bills of exchange
accepted by the reporting banks, or by other banks
acting as agents for the reporting banks, less own
acceptances acquired by the reporting banks through
24
The term "Federal funds" refers to credit balances with Federal Reserve Banks, which may be purchased by member banks
fiom one another, or from nonmember institutions maintaining
clearing accounts with Federal Reserve Banks, usually on a dayto-day basis for the purpose of replenishing reserves.
35
Acceptances and foreign bills sold with endorsement were first
reported separately on May 1, 1917, but it was not feasible to
make the adjustment before June 20, 1917, when the adjustment
was 53 million dollars, the amount reported by national banks.

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discount or purchase. The figures for December 31,
1917, May 10, 1918, and June 29, 1918, also include
State member banks' liabilities under letters of credit,
as it is not practicable from available information to
distinguish between such liabilities and acceptance
liabilities.
Other liabilities. The principal components of this
residual item on December 31, 1941, were due to own
foreign branches $148,921,000, expenses accrued and
unpaid $98,807,000, income collected but not earned
$76,373,000, dividends declared but not yet payable
$37,902,000, securities borrowed $4,102,000, and suspense credits and miscellaneous liabilities $60,237,000.
Through March 4, 1935, however, the item was made up
principally of the national banks' liabilities on note circulation, arrangements for the retirement of which were
made in 1935.-'' The composition of the item has changed
from time to time, partly as a result of rulings as to
whether certain transactions resulted in deposits or in
other liabilities, as already mentioned, but particularly
as a result of changes in the composition of "capital
accounts," described later.
Capital accounts. The captial accounts shown in the
tables on assets and liabilities are common stock, preferred stock (beginning with June 30, 1933), surplus, undivided profits, and reserves for contingencies, etc.
(beginning with October 3, 1928).
The sum of the figures of common and preferred
stock represents for national banks either (1) the par
value of common and preferred stock, or (2) the
book value of the entire capital account (total assets less total liabilities other than capital), whichever
was the smaller in the case of each bank taken individually. For State member banks the figures beginning with December 31, 1938, represent either (1)
the par value of common and preferred stock and the
face amount of capital notes and debentures, or (2)
the book value of the entire capital account less reserves for contingencies (total assets less liabilities and
reserves for contingencies), whichever was the smaller.
Before December 31, 1938, the figures for State member
banks with capital notes and debentures outstanding
represent either (1) the par value of common stock
and the face amount of capital notes and debentures,
or (2) the book value of the entire capital account less
reserves for contingencies and for retirement of capital
notes and debentures, whichever was the smaller; and
for State member banks with no capital notes and
debentures outstanding, either (1) the retirable value
of preferred stock plus the par value of common stock,
or (2) the book value of the entire capital account less
reserves for contingencies and for retirement of preferred stock, whichever was the smaller.27
The figures in the column headed "preferred stock"
are the aggregate par values of such stock plus the
face amounts of capital notes and debentures issued
by State member banks (national banks do not issue
them). Preferred stock was not issued by member
banks before the banking holiday of 1933. On
December 31, 1934, the total retirable value of preferred stock plus the face amount of capital notes
and debentures was 688 million dollars, and on
December 31, 1941, 374 million, compared with a total of
33
The liability of national banks for their notes in circulation was
generally between 600 and 700 million dollars during the 1920's; it
was increased somewhat in 1932-1934, but was extinguished in the
summer of 1935, when bonds bearing the circulation privilege were
retired and issuing banks deposited funds with the Treasury for redemption of outstanding notes. See introductory text to Section
II, p. 406, and Table 110, p. 409.
27
Capital notes and debentures (a form of preferred capital)
have no "par" and "retirable" values like preferred stock.




7.1

par or face value of 674 and 277 million, respectively,
shown in the "preferred stock" column of Table 18.
The figures of common stock through December 31,
1932, are aggregate par values. Beginning with June 30,
1933, they represent the difference between (1) the aggregate amounts of common and preferred stock and
capital notes and debentures, determined in the manner
described above, and (2) the par value of preferred
stock and the face amount of capital notes and debentures. On December 31, 1934, the total par value
of common stock was 1,994 million dollars and on December 31, 1941, 2,088 million, compared with the book
value figures 1,990 million and 2,085 million, respectively, shown in the "common stock" column,
"Surplus" and "undivided profits" are the net amounts
formally transferred to these accounts up to the respective call dates, but no amount 'reported as "book" surplus
or undivided profits was included as such if, under the
formula described in the second paragraph of this subsection, the capital stock was impaired.
The figures of undivided profits are not fully comparable for the period as a whole for two principal
reasons: (1) Amounts reserved for interest, taxes, and
other expenses accrued are included in undivided profits
before September 28, 1925, and in "other liabilities"
thereafter. The amounts set aside for such expenses were
reported as 133 million on September 28, 1925, 115
million on December 29, 1920, and 18 million on September 12, 1916; the figures are not available for all
member banks as a whole from April 28, 1921, to June
30, 1925. (2) Before October 3, 1928, the figures of
undivided profits include reserves for dividends, contingencies, etc., which on that date were reported as 120
million dollars. In the tables here presented such reserves are included in the column "reserves for contingencies, etc." Of less importance is the fact that undivided profits before December 31, 1938, included some
reserves for dividends payable in common stock—$5,544,000 on that date.
No figures are shown before October 3, 1928, for
reserves for contingencies, etc., because as already stated
such reserves were formerly. included in undivided
profits. The December 31, 1941 figure for this item is
made up as follows:
Reserves for contingencies
,
$312,467,000
Retirement account (preferred stock and capital notes
and debentures) a
25,835,000
Reserves for dividends payable in common stock*
0,603,000
Reserves for other undeclared dividends and for accrued
interest on capital notes and debentures
9,793,000
a
These accounts were not established until preferred stock was
issued following the banking holiday in 1933.

Before December 31, 1938, the figures of reserves
for contingencies, etc., include some "valuation
allowances" or "unallocated charge-offs" now required
to be offset against appropriate asset items; and before
December 31, 1932, the figures include dividends declared but not yet payable and some reserves for
interest, taxes, and other expenses accrued and unpaid,
which since have been included in "other liabilities,"
and some reserves for depreciation on banking house,
furniture and fixtures, which since then have been deducted from assets. Beginning with December 31, 1938,
the^ figures also include reserves for dividends payable
in common stock, which were included in undivided
profits before December 31, 1938, and reserves for other
undeclared dividends and for accrued interest on
capital notes and debentures, which were included in
undivided profits before October 17, 1934, and in
"other liabilities" from that date to September 28,
1938.

72

BANKING AND MONETARY STATISTICS
NO. 1S-ALL MEMBER BANKS-PRINCIPAL ASSETS
[Amounts in millions of dollars]
Loans and investments
Investments
Call date
Total

Loan?
Total

U.S.
Government
obligations

Total
Cusassets
Cash Bank
RetomBalBal- items premserves
in
isegj Other ers' SecuCash
ances ances
'with
Numlia- rities Other
with
in
ber
with proc- furni- real
Federal
of
ture estate bility bor- assets
ess
Reserve vault domes- foron rowed
and
eign 1 of
banks
tic
Other .Banks
acaecuTotal
banks i banks collec- fixtion
lirtbili-j
cept
ritiea
tures
ties
ances

1914— Dec. 31

8,498

6,419

2,079

760

1,319

266

739

1,163

332

273

43

62

69 11,444

7,582

1915— Mar 4
May 1
June 23
Sept. 2 .
Nov. 10
Dec. 31

8,570
8,707
8,764
9,048
9,693
9,861

6,563
6,705
6,720
6,965
7,483
7,622

2,007
2,002
2,044
2,083
2,210
2,239

747
750
749
747
745
742

,260
,252
,295
,336
,465
,497

295
295
317
324
376
414

788
794
862
920
935
895

1,353
1,322
1,282
1,443
1,637
1,563

238
411
252
336
410
541

274
271
280
283
286
288

44
50
44
45
45
46

16
38
41

45
42
42
40
37
37

49
44
43
57
50
55

11,657
11,936
11,887
12,512
13,506
13,741

7,607
7,614
7,615
7,630
7,640
7,631

10,252
1916— May 1
June 80 . .. 10,315
10,732
Sept. 12
Nov. 17 . 11,259
Dec. 27
11,275

7,898
7,964
8,263
8,712
8,714

2,354
2,351
2,469
2,547
2,561

710
703
703
697
690

,644
,648
,766
,850
,871

438
490
554
674
733

859
834
870
886
913

1,767
1,564
1,748
2,057
1,873

704
531
474
612
494

292
293
300
302
304

48
48
49
49
49

62
70
83
107
106

32
32
31
31
32

50
49
58
58
71

14,506
14,227
14,900
16,035
15,850

7,605
7,606
7,618
7,614
7,614

1917— Mar. 5
May 1
June 20
Dee. 31

11,701 9,096
11,985 fl.208
12,453 9,370
16,896 12,316

2,605
2,777
3,083
4,580

687
748
1,065
1,759

1,918
2,029
2,018
2,820

778
802
862
1,497

934
877
791
628

2,056
1,897
1,695
2,129

513
720
557
1,211

304
311
316
376

49
48
48
60

101
114
149
8352

32
34
52
133

67
67
60
266

16,53$
16,854
16,987
23,546

7,614
7,629
7,653
7,907

1918— May 10.
June 29
Nov. 1 .
Deo. 31

18,673
18,507
20,981
20,593

12,667
13,233
14,550
14,224

6,006
5,274
6,431
6,368

3,203
2,465
3,591
3,472

2,803
2,809
2,840
2,896

1,536
1,565
1,520
1,655

575
482
571
675

1,870
1,906
2,036
2,194

895
752
1,195
1,649

400
404
424
429

63
66
69
67

^394
§371
488
460

110
132
244
197

149
182
156
233

24,665
24,365
27,084
28,152

8,132
8,213
8,596
8,692

1919— Mar. 4
June 30
Nov. 17
Dec. 31

21,484
22,242
24,187
24,778

13,877
15,414
17,423
18,149

7,607
6,827
6,765
6,630

4,652
3,803
3,494
3,324

2,955
3,024
3,271
3,306

1,633
1,724
1,825
1,904

564
559
603
691

2,137
2,125
2,575
2,519

1,122
1,667
2,026
2,236

432
448
475
483

6S
69
71
69

432
440
539
625

178
240
174
188

191
221
169
208

28,240
i 29,735
32,044
33,701

8,725
8.822
8,995
9,066

1920— May 4
June 30
Nov. 15
Dec. 29,

25,418
25,559
25,769
... 25,531

19,198
19,533
19,852
19,555

6,220
6,026
5,917
5,976

2,958
2,811
2,655
2,619

3,262 1,866
3,215 '1,839
3,262 1,827
8,357 1,763

621
622
611
678

1,874
1,824
1,774
1,577

1,550
1,970
2,067
1,600

510
522
557
566

71
69
72
74

655
652
619
567

129
135
136
145

428
425
484
485

1921—Apr. 28
June 30
Dec. 31

24,390 18,487
24,121 18,119
23,482 17,394

5,903
6,002
6,088

2,496
2,561
2>581

3,407
3,441
3,507

1,654
1,625
1,758

564
530
478

1,325
1,354
1,450

1,140
1,635
1,361

593
609
643

83
SI
87

472
413
344

135
103
109

3S6 30,743
380 30,849
313 30,025

9,698
9,745
9,779

1922— Mar. 10
June 30
Dec, 29

23,278 17,080
24,182 17,165
2:5,579 17,930

6,198
7,017
7,649

2,701
3,205
3,754

3,497
3,812
3,896

1,723
1,835
1,939

469
465
562

1,614
1,647
1,806

1,306
1,954
2,159

657
680
712

100
109
123

295
299
373

90
68
59

323 20,855
356 31,593
420 33,732

9,816
9,892
9,859

1923— Apr. 3
June 30
Sept. 14
Dec. 31

26,141
26,507
26,319
26,487

18,419
18,750
18,719
18,842

7,722
7,757
7,600
7,645

3,849
3,835
3,685
3,603

3,873
3,922
3,915
4,042

1,909
1,871
1,869
1,900

518
429
523
561

1,774
1,596
1,640
1,824

1,694
1,634
1,648
2,516

731
752
768
787

134
145
145
148

378
334
296
392

59
56
57
59

361
341
325
355

9,850
9,855
9,843
9,774

1924— Mar. 31
June 30
Oct. 10
Dec. 31

26,663 19,045
27,167 19,204
28,311 19,713
28,746 19,933

7,618
7,963
8,599
8,813

3,534
3,575
3,866
3,874

4,084
4,387
4,733*
4,939

1,893
1,965
2,121
2,228

494
504
528
597

1,644
1,940
2,430
2,339

2,239
2,457
1,805
2,794

814
837
843
861

156
156
150
161

387
286
331
462

57
56
52
54

342! 134,690
351 35,717
416 36,997
4»7 ,1»,73S '

9,681
9,650
9,635
9,587

1925— Apr. 6
June 30
Sept. 28
Dec. 31

29,046
29,518
30,176
30,884

20,178
20,655
21,285
21,996

8,869
8,863
8,890
8,888

3,894
3,780
3,761
3,728

4,975
5,082
5,129
5,160

2,092
2,191
2,147
2,238

523
524
525
575

2,091
2,017
2,031
2,155

1,908
2,695
2,019
3,180

879
905 1
919
927

167
167
172
171

477
375
384
,498

41
39
43
50

512 • 37,735
514 38,946
473 j 38,888
41,146

468 ;

9,531
9,538
9,539
9,489

192ft— Apr. 12
June 30
Dec. 31

30,819 21,785
31,184 22,060
31,642 22,652

9,034
9,123
8,990

3,805
3,745
3,389

5,229
5,378
5,601

2,136
2,236
2,210

540
534
523

1,934
1,980
2,066

2,315
2,633
3,069

956
969
998

174
173
174

486
431
513

45
45
44

449 39,854
453 140,638
537 41,775

9,412
9,375
9,260

1927— Mar. 23
June30__:___
Oct. 10 .
Dec. 31

31,949
32,756
33,186
34,247

22,327 9,622
22,938 9,818
23,227 •9,959
23,886 10,361

3,835
3,796
3,856
3,978

5,787
6,022
6,103
6,383

2,321
2,280
2,320
2,514

538
538
539
523

1,896
1,968
2,077
2,210

197
203
209
201

1,998
2,832
2,463
2,493

1,012
1,037
1,060
1,067

178
176
181
177

500
502
576
700

42
34
29
35

281
274
251
289

40,913 9,144
42,600 1 9,099
42,891 9,087
44,456 9,034

1928— Feb. 28
June 30
Oct. 3
Dec. 31

33,688
35,061
34,929
35,684

23,099
24,303
24,325
25,155

10,589
10,758
10,604
10,529

4,216
4,225
4,386
4,312

6,374
6,534
6,218
6,217

2,367
2,342
2,348
2,409

526
449
519
564

1,941
1,897
2,026
2,124

213
205
170
190

2,134
2,345
2,655
4,665

1/078
1,099
1,106
1,107

181
184
178
178

695
710
727
930

29
38
37
36

276
325
355
370

43,127
44,635
45,050
48,258

8,983
8,929
8,896
8,837

1929— Mar, 27
June 29
Oct. 4
Dec. 31

35,393
35,711
35,914
35,934

24,945 10,448
25,658 10,052
26,165 9,749
26,150 9,784

4,454
4,155
4,022
3,863

5,994
5,898
5,727
5,921

2,339
2,359
2,322
2,374

517
433
497
558

1,741
1,885
2,005
2,168

178
157
135
140

3,470
2,339
3,158
3,896

1,118
1,170
1,175
1,190

836
185
180 -802
989
1S3
184 1,252

49
36
33
36

372
381
343
376

46,198
45,454
46,754
48,108

8,755
8,707
8,616
8,522

For footnotes, see end of table, pp. 74-75.




33,123
33,618
33,018
32,985 ,

33,699
33,660
33,590
j 35,029

9,291
9,399
9,567
9,606

ALL MEMBER BANKS

73

AND LIABILITIES ON CALL DATES, 1914-1941
[Amounts in millions of dollars]
Deposits

Call date
Total

Capital accounts

U.S.
Inter- Gov- Postal
bank ' ern- 8 sav-4
ment ings

Other
demand

Other
time

Borrowings

Accept- Other
ances liaout- bilistand- ties
ing

Memoranda

Re-

Total

Com- Premon ferred
stock stock5

Surplus

Undivided
profits6

Defor
mand
Net
condede;
tin- posits mand
genaddecies, justed 7 posits7
etc.6

19U— Dec 31

8,305

1,877.

71

36

5,125

1,198

133

913

2,093

1,075

735

283

4,793

6,235

1915— Mar 4
May 1
June 23
Sept. 2
Nov 10
Dec. 31

8,666
8,967
8,894
9,437
10.389
10,636

2,252
2,234
2,216
2,486
2,734
2,761

58
46
48
44
40
35

39
40
41
44
48
49

5,092
5,367
5,278
5,491
6,152
6,334

1,225
1,280
1,310
1,373
1,415
1,457

96
91
98
106
104
99

13
27
33

797
780
770
827
840
848

2,098
2,097
2,124
2,129
2,146
2,126

1,076
1,075
1,078
1,087
1,088
1,087

732
727
730
738
739
742

290
295
316
303
320
297

4,853
4,956
5,025
5,155
5,742
5,793

6,622
6,735
6,811
7,145
7,879
7,971

1916— May I
June 30
Sept. 12
Nov 17
Dec. 27

11,404
11,133
11,737
12,893
12,661

3,022
2,738
2,958
3,397
3,303

34
39
34
34
35

56
60
69
77
81

6,661
6,581
6,892
7,522
7,340

1,630
1,715
1,784
1,862
1,902

64
69
95
80
95

62
74
81
103
108

827
808
803
746
754

2,148
2,143
2,184
2,213
2,231

1,087
1,085
1,091
1,095
1,096

741
747
754
762
767

321
310
339
357
368

5,957
6,050
6,417
6,911
6,847

8,336
8,226
8,804
9,567
9,502

1917— Mar. 5
May 1
June 20
Dec 31

13,396
13,651
13,397
18,668

3,734
3,438
3,096
3,640

34
35
141
649

86 7,503
88 7,915
93 7,856
99 11,220

2,039
2,175
2,211
3,057

75
95
327
783

109
119
158
»353

739
731
797
937

2,218
2,258
2,307
2,807

1,100
1,111
1,123
1,311

778
791
799
1,085

339
355
384
411

6,991
7,195
7,299
10,010

10,044
9.869
9,690
12,487

1918— May 10
June 29
Nov 1
Dec. 31

19,242
18,981
20,864
21,457

3,349 1,459
3,278 1,521
3,435 1,708
472
3,794

98
100
97
103

11,087
10,786
12,070
13,357

3,249
3,295
3,554
3,732

,043
,022
,912
.876

"409
964
976
»386
522 1,165
481 1,118

3,005
3,002
3,222
3,220

1,367
1,381
1,442
1,459

,143
,158
,223
,255

496
464
557
506

10,192
10,034
10,875
11,709

12,451
12,217
13,322
14,563

1919— Mar. 4
June 30
Nov. 17i
Dec 31

21,511
22,833
25,183
26,139

3,797
3,651
4,079
4,091

884
902
386
649

100
94
88
87

12,737
13,937
15,668
16,094

3,992
4,249
4,962
5,217

,962
,927
2,257
2,347

451
466
566
641

1,035
1,159
1,052
1,032

3,280
3,350
3,587
3,542

1,466
1,490
1,566
1,594

,269
,293
1,344
1,376

545
567
678
573

11,616
12,269
13,642
13,859

14,160
14,725
16,261
16,581

1920— May 4
June 30
Nov. 15
Dec. 29

24,871
25,401
25,106
24,220

3,524
3,461
3,202
3,062

190
260
220
316

83
83
73
42

15,409
15,769
15,54114,653

5,664
5,828
6,071
6,146

2,755
2,701
3,080
3,036

674
990
674
989
648
997
594 1,016

3,833
3,853
4.086
4.120

1,696
1,717
1,787
1,799

1,447
1,480
1,519
1,527

691
656
780
"94

13,859
13,799
13,474
13,053

16,426
16.422
15,925
15,345

1921— Apr 28
June 30
Dec. 31

22,830
23,350
23,247

2,665
2,688
2,835

273
390
306

40 13,549
49 13,905
44 13,656

6,303
6,318
6,406

2,313
2,022
1,364

504
432
369

941
913
952

4,156
4,133
4,093

1,850
1,859
1,868

1,552
1,558
1,557

753
716
668

12,409
12,271
12,296

14,389
14,321
14,449

23,660
1S22— Mar. 10
June 30 ^ ._ 25,547
27,288
Dec. 29

3,142
3,124
3,453

330
156
462

43 13,526
46 15,091
58 15,728

6.620
7,129
7,587

758
592
727

317
321
400

935
920
954

4,185
4,214
4,364

1,886
1,912
1,941

1,561
1,584
1,626

738
718
797

12,220
13,137
13,569

14,498
15.539
16,203

1923— Apr. 3
June 30
Sept. 14
Dec. 31

27,200
27,088
26,942
28,507

3,474
3,184
3,166
3,476

404
296
144
237

58
61
62
65

15,179
15,229
15,165
16,144

8,085.
8,317
8,404
8,586

815
944
983
808

421
365
318
426

907
902
911
910

4,356
4,367
4.436
4,378

1,980
1,998
2,004
2,003

1,631
1,632
1,627
1,641

745
737
805
733

13,485
13,595
13,518
13,628

16,086
16,065
15,919
16,377

1924— Mar. 31
June 30
Get 10
Dec. 31

28,270
29,566
30,795
32,384

3,447
3,820
4,453
4,504

292
179
302
242

76
94
100
98

15,642
16,363
16,442
17,832

8,814
9,110
9,498
9,707

614
443
325
408

413
305
357
498

924
918
925
917

4,468
4,486
4,594
4,532

2,022
2,030
2,035
2,037

1,650
1,670
1,683
1,707

796
787
877
787

13,403
13,906
14,637
15,038

16.112
16", 838
17,804
18,468

1925— Apr. 6
June 30
Sept. 28
Dec. 31

31,249
32,457
32,075
34,250

4,041
3,978
3,828.
4,169

412
177
278
304

99
96
96
96

16,669
17,922
17,502
19,124

10,028
10,286
10,372
10,557

486
565
717
740

518
408
425
540

814
825
984
938

4,669
4,690
4,688
4,678

2,078
2,086
2,093
2,105

1,732
1,751
1,760
1,833

859
853
835
740

14,761
15,227
15,483
15,943

17,708
18,277
18,258
19,260

1926— Apr. 12
June 80
Dec. 31

32,893
33,762
34,528

3,802
3,935
4,003

379
228
234

99 17,758 10,855
96 18,426 11,077
100 18,852 11,340

635
617
792

525
468
551

974
959
959

4,826
4,832
4,944

2,162
2,169
2,203

1,881
1,900
1,955

783
763
786

15,442
15,794
15,783

18,392
18,805
18.922

1927— Mar. 23
June 30
Oct. 10
Dec. 31

33,750
35,393
35,476
36,657

3,834
4,071
4,148
4,542

407
218
435
267

106
107
111
107

17,691
18,895
18,433
19,083

11,711
12,103
12,348
12,658

560
559
546
696

983
535
965
536
972
602
744 1,018

5.086
5,147
5,295
5,341

2,248
2,274
2,305
2,338

1,992
2,030
2,049
:::::: 2,124

846
843
941
879

16,063
:::::: 15,694
15,971
16,590

18,542
19,250
19,170
20, 104

1928— Feb 28
June 30
Oct. 3
Dec. 31

35,367
36,050
36,146
39,067

4,131
3,867
4,077
4,308

86
257
159
262

110
108
117
117

18,227
18,487
18,635
21,167

12,813
13,331
13,159
13,212

602
,228
,249
,296

1,023
1,008
1,053
1,024

5,404
5,625
5,842
5,899

2,346
2,415
2,454
2,474

2,144
2,286
2.382
2,441

16,093
914
6,142
924
886 "126" 5,980
152 16,503
833

19,236
19,191
18,995
19,944

1929— Mar. 27
June 29
Oct. 4
Dec 31

36,774
35,866
36,644
37,981

3,622
3,687
3,808
4,310

411
348
315
143

116
115
120
122

19,527
18,663
19,426
20,543

13,099
13,053
12,974
12,862

,255
891 1,103
,302
842 1,098
,299 1,025 1,111
,015 1,306 1,097

6,174
6,345
6,675
6,709

2,563
2,647
2,740
2,757

2,548
2,650
2,811
2,865

918
883
981
910

18,833
18,977
18,952
19.797




731
745
759
972

144
164
144
177

16,057
16,324
16,268
16,647

BANKING AND MONETARY STATISTICS

74

NO. 18-ALL MEMBER BANKS-PRINCIPAL ASSETS
[Amounts in millions of dollars]
Loans and investments
Investments
Call date

Total

Loans
Total

U.S.
Government
obligations

Reserves Cash
in
with
Federal vault
Other Reserve
secu- Banks
rities

Balances
with
domestic
banks1

Cash Bank
Bal- items premin
ances
ises, Other
with proc- furni- real
foress
ture estate
and
of
eign
banks1 collec- fix• tion tures

Cus*tomers* Seculia- rities Other
bility bor- assets
on rowed
acceptances

i Total
assets

Total
labilities

Number
of
banks

1930— Mar. 27
June 30
Sept. 24
Dec. 31

35,056
35,656
35,472
34,860

25,119 9,937
25,214 10,442
24,738 10,734
23,870 10,989

4,085
4,061
4,095
4,125

5,852
6,380
6,639
6,864

2,353
2,408
2,415
2,475

497
484
470
593

1,902
2,360
2,463
2,456

154
129
116
134

2,401 , 1,202
3,600 1,218
1,897 1,231
2,926 1,240

189 1,111
191
929
198
913
191 1,118

26
26
24
21

357
348
361
382

45,248
47,349
45,560
46,395

8,406
8,315
8,246
8,052

1931— Mar. 25
June 30
Sept. 29—..Dec 31

34,729
33,923
33,073
30,575

22,840
21,816
20,874
19,261

11,889
12,106
12,199
11,314

5,002
5,343
5,564
5,319

6,886
6,763
6,635
5,996

2,364
2,396
2,339
1,975

461
519
554
523

2,791
2,517
1,935
1,662

145
169
116
91

1,543
2,488
1,542
2,095

200 1,036
207
888
210
662
212
719

25
20
17
13

483
475
381
338

45,018
44,837
42,049
39,378

7.928
7.782
7,599
7,246

1932—June 30
Sept. 30
Dec. 31

28,001 16,587 11,414
28,045 15,924 12,121
27,469 15,204 12,265

5,628
6,366
6.540

5,786
5,755
5,726

1,998
2,235
2,511

478
407
423

1,731
2,049
2,416

101
90
91

,337 1,166
,237 1,168
,122 I, ISO

233
253
269

459
440
412

12
11
13

340 35,856
356 36,291
368 36,245

6,980
6,904
6,816

1933— June 30
Oct. 25
Dee. 30

24,786 12,858 11,928
24,953 13,059 11,894
25,220 12,833 12,386

6,887
6,801
7,254

5,041
5,093
5,132

2,235
2,651
2,678

405
447
471

2,008
1,917
2,031

108
133
159

,485
,060
,132

982
987
981

227
268
275

424
393
459

7
6
11

371 33,039
353 33,168
413 33,830

5,606
5,818
6,011

1,240
1,234
1,220
1,175

1934— Mar. 5
June 30
Oct. 17
Dec, 31

__ 26,548
27,175
„ 27,559
28,150

12,706
12,523
12,293
12,028

13,842 8,848
14,652 9,413
15,267 9,895
16,122 10,895

4,995
5,239
5,372
5,227

3,148
3,819
3,976
4,082

486
473
550
609

2,376
2,760
2,930
3,149

111
141
185
185

983
,159
,057
998
,407
996
,903 1,001

290
286
304
314

396
253
258
242

6
3
2
2

397
419
447
440

35,901
i 37,383
38,615
40,075

6,206
6,375
6,433
6,442

1935^Mar. 4
June 29
Nov. 1
Dec. 31

28,271
28,785
29,301
29,985

11,953
11,928
11,841
12,175

16,318
16,857
17,460
17,810

11,021
11,430
11,844
12,268

5,298
5,427
5,615
5,541

4,518
4,933
5,662
5,573

534
537
541
665

3,386
3,396
3,760
3,776

135
71
55
51

,476 1,004
,183
999
,756
997
992
2,255

324
339
362
367

218
158
161
179

2
1
1
1

398
317
266
268

40,266
40,719
42,862
44,111

6,422
6,410
6,400
6,387

1936= Mar. 4
June 30
Dec. 31

30,288 12,099 18,189 12,444
32,259 12,542 19,717 13,672
_ 33,000 13,360 19,640 13,545

5,745
6,045
6,095

5,784
5,607
6,572

624
713
697

3,970
3,944
4,066

56
52
55

1,718
2,147
2,533

999
995
982

371
379
367

168
157
179

1
1
1

253 44,233
270 46,524
255 48,708

6,377
6,400
6,376

1937— Mar. 31
June 30
Dec. 31

32,525 13,699 18,826 12,718
32,739 14,285 18,454 12,689
31,752 13,958 17,794 12,372

6,108
5,765
5,422

6,613
6,897
7,005

662
629
589

3,445
3,207
3,414

53
52
70

1,974
2,201
2,259

982
980
971

369
354
343

202
187
155

1
1

231 47,055
207 47,452
186 46,744

6,367
6,357
6,341

1938— Mar. 7
June 30
Sept. 28
Dec. 31

31,521
30,721
31,627
32,070

13,546
12,938
12,937
13,208

17,975
17,783
18.689
18,863

12,452
12,343
13,011
13,223

5,523
5,440
5,678
5,640

7,249
8,004
8,193
8,694

604
712
775
746

3,561
4,084
3,937
4,240

82
116
73
51

1,407
1,899
1.460
1,759

972
967
968
945

342
337
336
470

134
109
113
121

1
1
1
4

255
195
209
231

46,126
47,144
47,692
49,330

6,335
6,338
6,341
6,338

1939— Mar. 29
June 30
Oct. 2
Dec, 30.

32,095
32,603
33,075
33,941

13,047
13,141
13,470
13,962

19,048
19,462
19,605
19,979

113,351
13,777
J13.810
14,328

5,697 9,112
5,685 10,011
5,794 11,617
5,651 11,604

777
712
774
841

4,403
4,674
5,304
5,506

46
43
40
24

1,481
2,183
1,921
1,807

942
934
932
924

461
452
443
418

107
102
81
108

1
4~
1

219
194
211
187

49,645
51,908
54,401
55,361

6,331
6,330
6,339
6,362

1940™Mar. 26
June 29
Dec. 31

34,163 13,939 20,224 14,420
34,451 13,969 20,482 14,722
37,126 15,321 21,805 ,15,823

5,803 12,279
5,761 13,751
5,982 13,992

862
789
991

5, '634
5,751
6,185

23
16
11

1,562
1,523
2,784

922
917
914

404
371
339

9S
79
83

2
4
12

284 56,233
195 57,846
219 62.658

6,377
6,398
6,486

837
999
1,061
1,087

6,340
6,293
6,562
6,246

7
10
7
11

1,796
2,429
2,147
3,383

919
913
915
911

331
319
305
278

81
79
65
72

11
4
9
4

252
193
236
212

6,528
6,556
6,596
6,619

38,983
1941— Apr. 4
June 30.... .. 40,659
41,943
Sept. 24.,
43,521
Dec. 31

15,878
16,729
17,546
18,021

23,104
23,930
24,397
25,500

16,988
18,078
18,338
19,539

6,116
5,852
6,059
5,961

13,531
12,959
13,246
12,396

63,088
64,857
66,497
68,121

1
"Balances with foreign banks" are included in "balances with domestic banks" prior to May 4, 1920, and in "other assets" from May 4,
1920,2 to December 3*, 1926.
Before October 3, 1928, all interbank deposits were reported as "due to banks" and were assumed to be demand deposits. A segregation of
demand and time deposits beginning with October 1928 is given in Table 21,
3
Includes United States Treasurer's time deposits, open account. Such accounts were first opened in November 1938; before that time all
United States Government deposits were demand deposits.




ALL MEMBER BANKS

75

AND LIABILITIES ON CALL DATES, 1914-1941-Continued
[Amounts in millions of dollars]
Deposits

Call date
Total

Capital accounts

U.S.
Inter- Gov- Postal Other
debank 2 ern- 3 sav-4
ment ings mand

Other
time

Borrowings

Accept- Other
ances liabilioutstand- ties
ing

X

Total

Com- Premon ferred
stock stock6

Surplus

Memoranda

Undivided
profits a

Rey
serves Defor
mand
Net
condedetin- posits mand
adgendecies, justed 7 posits7
etc.6

1930— Mar 27
June 30
Sept. 24
Dec. 31

35,784
38,069
36,245
37,029

3,929
,669
,693
,765

325
281
257
267

128
134
144
189

18,290
19,643
17,684
18,796

13,112,
13,342
13,466
13,012

413 1,151 1,141
472
961 1,122
947 1,187
354
513 1,154 1,106

6,760
6,726
6,827
6,593

2,745
2,722
2,729
2,665

2,882
956
2,871
950
2,903 1,009
2-, 822 - 894

177
183
186
211

15,889,
16,043
15,787
15,869

18,489'
19,170
18,657
18,969

1931— Mar. 25
June 30
Sept. 29
Dec 31

35,901
36,123
33,396
30,711

,041
,785
,084
3,320

502
395
526
412

242
279
360
463

17,031
17,696
16,208
15,753

13,084
12,968
12,218
10,764

305 1,079 1,135
232
913 1,138
694 1,109
491
746 1,000
921

6,598.
6,430
6,359
5,999

2,657
2,621
2,581
2,499

2,805
2,741
2,695
2,524

910
804
811
605

225
264
271
370

15,488
15,208
14,666
13,658

18,481
18,357
17,445
16,067

1932— June 30
Sept. 30
Dec 31

27,836
28,417
28,690

3,119
3,557
3,940

387
738
475

610 13,770.
695 13,595
708 13,813

9,950
9,831
9,753

878
739
592

991
490
454 1,110
437 1,117

5,661
5,571
5,409

2,440
2,432
2,410

2,366
2,262
2,148

511
516
439

344 12,433
361 12,358
413 12,691

14,482
14,626
15,193

1933— June 30.
Oct. 25
Dec 30

„_ 26,564
26,584
27,167

3,292
3,200
3,357

806
918
967

788 13,574
781 13,444
778 13,807

8,102
8,241
8,258

205
209
155

442
990
425 1,043
492 1,054

4,837
4,908
4,962

2,150
2,189
2,147

71
86
268

,847
,817
,750

373
413
355

396 12,089
404 12,384
441 12,674

14,156
14,389
14,821

29,280
31,012
32,285
33,848

3,947
4,355
4,742
4,857

1,790
1,658
1,143
1,636

755
585
472
452

14,225
15,318
16,719
17,589

8.,563
9,096
9,210
9,315

101
40
30
19

424 1,089
947
278
901
278
891
263

5,006
5,105
5,120
5,054

2,105
2,023
2,009
1,990

399
630
643
674

,724
,691
,677
,662

376
387
428
391

401
375
364
338

13,066
14,261
15,312
15,686

15,582
17,067
18,408
18,851

1935— Mar. 4, . .. 34,054
June 29
34,938
Nov. 1. . „_ 37,178
Dec. 31
38,454

5,417 1,270
5,393
779
650
6,056
844
6,295

399
307
227
218

17,474 9,493 .
18,713 9,747
20,265 9,981
21,056 10,041

1936— Mar. 4
June 30
Dec. 31

600
6,699
6,608 1,037
882
6,993

1934— Mar. 5
June 30
Oct. 17
Dec. 31

38,473
40,706
42,885

25
16
27
14

235
175
175
198

845
476
310
300

5,107
5,114
5,172
5,145

,972
,960
,926
,925

708
723
727
709

,655
,647
,681
,711

419
436
493
458

354
347
345
343

15,999
17,530
18,509
18,801

19,508
21,045
21,436
22,169

167 20,880 10.128
152 22,432 10,477
104 24,181 10,726

24
20
17

184
178
201

370
385
329

5,182
5,235
5,275

,924
,934
,956

698
633
498

,721
,807
,936

493
520
560

346 19,161
341 20,284
325 21,647

22,499
23,986
25,450

97 23,326 10,908
100 23,601 11,110
95 22,647 11,288

24
17
15

226
212
174

367
394
346

5,325
5,339
5,371

,995
,999
2,010

460
445
420

,953
,971
2,010

581
587
60^

337 21,352
336 21,401
328 20,387

24,669
24,845
23,741

1937— Mar. 31.
June 30
Dec. 31

,. 41,114
41,490
40,839

6,369
6,051
6,028

415
628
781

1938— Mar. 7 .
June 30
Sept. 28
Deo. 31

40,247
41,308
41,770
43,363

6,128
6,563
6,684
7,153

752
543
707
792

90
83
70
59

21,919
22,792
23,056
24,052

11,357
11,328
11,253
11,307

33
12
14
6

145
120
121
139

349
336
376
398

5,352
5,368
5,410
5,424

2,025
2,030
2,035
2,017

403
399
391
386

2,020
2,035
2,047
2,083

612
616
646
636

293
287
292
-303

20,513
20,893
21,596
22,293

23,790
23,890
25,038
25,983

1939— Mar. 29June 30
Oct. 2
Dec. 30-

43,666
45,873
48,430
49,340

7,578
7,846
9,143
9,410

787
708
692
761

56
45
34
33

23,845
25,770
27,039
27,489

11,401
11,504
11,522
11,647

7
5
5
3

121
120
99
124

383
414
337
372

5,467
5,496
5,530
5,522

2.020
2,023
2,028
2,030

374
367
358
333

2,097
2,112
2,121
2,166

671
678
701
675

305
317
323
317

22,364
23,587
25,118
25,681

26,302
27,441
29,652
30,326

1940— Mar. 26
June 29
Dec. 31

50,178 9,599
51,729 9,690
56,430 10,423

750
744
651

28 28,022 11,779
26 29,400 11,869
22 33,213 12,122

2
3
3

109
94
97

383
412
430

5,562
5,608
5,698

2,035
2,038
2,053

313
320
307

2,180
2,207
2,280

715
711
721

319 26,461
332 27,877
340 30,429

31,160
32,514
35,26?

1941— Apr. 4
June 30
Sept. 24
Dec. 31

56,824
58,512
60,105
61,717

3
3
10
4

93
94
78
86

414
449
450
426

5,754
5,800
5,852
5,886

2,058
2,064
2,071
2,085

299
295
282
277

2,294
2,319
2,340
2,394

758
768
802
775

345
354
357
355

31,576
32,678
33,822
33,754

36,381
37,411
38,957
39,708

559
10,645
10,436
655
10,944
813
10,525 1,743

18
18
17
16

33,372
35,107
35,969
37,136

12,229
12,295
12,361
12,296

4
Prior to June 30, 1921, figures represent postal savings deposits at national banks only; such deposits at State member banks on that date
amounted to approximately 13 million dollars. Under specific provisions of law, postal savings deposits were subject to the reserve requirements
applicable to time deposits from June 21, 1917, to August 23, 1935, but they were in fact demand deposits until the passage of the Banking Act of
1933,8 when the terms under which such deposits were made were amended so as to conform to the definition of time deposits.
Includes capital notes and debentures issued by State member banks (national banks do not issue them). Preferred stock was not issued
by member banks before the banking holiday of 1933.
6
The composition of undivided profits and reserves has been changed from time to time; see introductory text, p. 71.
7
For definitions of "demand deposits adjusted" and "net demand deposits" see introductory text, p. 65.
8
Includes customers' liability to State member banks under letters of credit.
8
Includes letters of credit issued by State member banks.




BANKING AND MONETARY STATISTICS

76

NO. 19-ALL MEMBER BANKS-CLASSIFICATION OF LOANS ON CALL DATES, 1928-1941
[In millions of dollars]

Acceptances
payable
in U. S.

Total
loans

Call date

Total i

Eea estate loans

Loans on securities, except to banks

Open market paper

Bills
Commerpaycial
able
Own Accept- abroad paper
accept- ances
bought
l
ances of •other
banks

To brokers
and
dealers
Total

In
New
York
City

To
others

On
farm
land

Total

Outside
New
York
City

On
other
real
estate

Loan*
to
banks

Other1
loans

24,325
25,155

638
602

80
109

101
103

457
390

8,545
9,903

1,899
2,556

850
975

5,796
6,373

3,088
3,122

421
412

2,668
2,711

548
538

11,507
10,991

1929— Mar 27
24,945
25,658
June 29
Oct. 4 .... .. 26,165
26,150
Dec. 31

614
447
390
582

146
108
93
212

93
90
70
80

376
249
228
291

9,419
9,759
9,994
10,148

1,879
2,025
1,885
1,660

1, 014
921
939
803

6,526
6,813
7,170
7,685

3,123
3,164
3,152
3,191

403
404
392
388

2,720
2,760
2,760
2,803

548
670
640
714

11,240
11,618
11,988
11,515

1930— Mar. 27
June 30
Sept. 24
Dec. 31

25,119
25,214
24,738
23,870

753
748
790
736

175
170
205
315

79
71
62
55

499
507
523
366

10,074
10,425
10,336
9,439

2,344
2,365
2,472
1,498

706
819
774
675

7,024
7,242
7,090
7,280

3,170 :
3,155
3,164
3,234

394
386
387
387

2,776
2,769
2,776
2,847

527
535
466
631

10,595
10,349
9,982
9,831

1931 Mar 25
June 30
Sept. 29
Dec. 31

22,840
21,816
20,874
19,261

823
885
635
443

116

361
389
268
146

101
11370
41

361
384
296
140

9,054
8,334
7,770
6,865

1,630
1,217
928
575

575
515
521
391

6,848
6,602
6,321
5,899

3,219 !
3,218
3,149 •
3,038

386
388
376
359

2,834
2,830
2,773
2,678

446
457
599
790 i

9,298
8,922
8,722
8,126

1932— June 30. ..... 16,587
15,924
Sept. 30
15,204
Dec. 31

658
714
723

189
158
225

313
407
375

34
34
30

122
115
93

5,570
5,500
5,205

278
414
357

283
258
241

5,009
4,828
4,608

2,894 j
2,885
2,862

363
368
356

2,531
2,517
2,505

573 i
457 |
444

6,892
6,368
5,970

1933—June 30
Oct. 25
Dec. 30

12,858
13,059
12,833

594
748
604

192
257
213

291
303
223

25
24
37

87
164
132

4,704
4,557
4,611

788
748
840

165
178
166

3,752
3,631
3,606

2,372
2,364
2,359

308
311
318

2,064
2,052
2,041

330
297
287

4,857
5,092
4,972

1934— Mar. 5
June 30
Oct. 17
Dec. 31

12,706
12,523
12,293
12,028

782
694
788
752

250
210
229
232

350
264
276
256

26
20
30
31

157
200
253
232

4,499
4,598
4,126
4,140

855
1,082
802
843

164
208
167
187

3,480
3,309
3,158
3,110

2,382
2,357
2,297
2,273

298
280
266
262

2,084
2,077
2,030
2,012

225
153
149
155

4,817
4,721
4,932
4,708

1935— Mar. 4
June 29
Nov. I
Dee. 31

11,953
11,928
11,841
12,175

732
600
600
651

207
135
159
169

235
201
154
181

34
17
27
29

255
247
260
272

4,091
4,098
3,905
4,136

875
975
841
1,047

184
192
179
196

3,031
2,931
2,885
2,893

2,250
2,277
2,279
2,2S4

263
259
252
251

1,987
2,019
2,027
2,033

133
119
94 i
98

4,748
4,834
4,963
5,006

1936— Mar. 4
June 30
Dec. 31

12,099
12,542
13,360

625
557
634

156
117
131

164
144
161

25
18
18

280
278
324

4,132
4,209
4,195

1,089
1,079
1,144

211
266
266

2,832
2,863
2,785

2,301
2,340
2,405

253
256
258

2,048
2,084
2,146

82
81
85

4,960
5,355
6,041

1937— Mar. 31
June 30
Dee. 31

13,699
14,285
13,958

707
636
642

128
113
130

170
131
126

22
15
23

386
377
364

4,233
4,365
3,703

1,159
1,278
738

258
258
212

2,816
2,829
2,752

2,440
2,505
2,547

260
265
265

2,181
2,241
2,283

99 j 6,220
115
6,663
70 | 6,996

1938— Mar. 7
June 30
Sept. 28

13,546
12,938
12,937

607
492
484

119
112
112

102
73
87

19
13
13

368
293
271

3,543
3,316
3,302

675
523
531

203
178
181

2,665
2,614
2,590

2,556
2,613
2,661

269
273
275

2,2S7
2,340
2,386

96
120 1
126

1928— Oct. 3
Dec 31

5

6,745
6,397
6,364
t

Total
loans

Call date

Commercial
loans

Acceptances
payable in
U.S.

Agricultural
loans

Total

Real estate loans

Loans for
purchasing
or carrying
securities

Open market paper

ComBills
merTo
payTo
broable
cial
Own Accept- abroad paper
kers others
iccept- ances
bought and
ances c f other
dealers
banks

On
farm
land

Total

On
residential
property

Other

Loans
to
banks

Other
loans

._ 13,208

1938— Dec. 31

4,737

712

442

95

88

10

249

973

775

2,716

278

1,720

717

125

2,728

13,047
13,141
13,470
13,962

4,760
4,783

771
788

427
420

92
100

71
67

9
9

254
245

838
731

733
736

2,749
2,828

279
284

1,726
1,776

743
768

99
58

2,671
2,796

1939— Mar. 29
June 30,. _ „_
Oct. 22
Dec. 30
._

5,386

730

455

92

63

I

291

790

700

2,957

289

1.884

784

56

2,888

1940— Mar. 26-—.... 13,939
June 29 . . 13,969
15,321
Dec. 31

5,538
6,204

736
865

450
456

89
74

46
56

5
4

309
321

447
642

668
652

3,069
3,228

296
299

1,978
2,118

795
810

42
43

3,020
3,230

1941— Apr. 4 2
June 30 2
Sept. 24
Dec. 31

7,270

738

537

79

52

6

399

575

635

3,365 | 305

2,254

807

44

3,565

8,064

972

607

78

45

7

478

594

598

3,494

2,396

803

39

3,653

15,878
.._ 16,729
17,546
18,021

295
3

1
1

Reporting banks' "own acceptances'* are included in "other loans"'prior to December 1931.
Beginning with October 1939 a detailed classification of loans has not been required as of spring and autumn call dates.




ALL MEMBER BANKS

77

NO. 20-ALL MEMBER BANKS-CLASSIFICATION OF INVESTMENTS ON CALL DATES, 1928-1941
[In millions of dollars]
Other domestic securities

U. S. Government obligations
Direct
Guaranteed

Total
investments

Call date

Total

Bills'

Notes

Bonds

ObligaBonds, notes, and
tions
of
debentures
States
and
polit- Total Government
ical
agencies
subOther
not
UtildiviRailguar- roads3 ities3
sions
anteed
byU.S.2

Corporate
stocks

Foreign
securities
F. R.
Bank

Other

Total
securities
maturing in
5 years
or less

1928— Oct. 3
Dec 31

10,604
10,529

4,386
4,312

529
554

779
729

3,078
3,028

1,342
1,369

4,180
4,164

879
896

1,002
985

1,751
1,701

145
146

404
436

696
684

1929— Mar 27
June 29
Oct 4
Dec. 31

10,448
10,052
9,749
9,784

'4,454
4,155
4,022
3,863

528
446
365
249

805
704
665
520

3,122
3,005
2,992
3,094

1,318
1,295
1,286
1,393

4,024
3,967
3,829
3,899

863
832
787
786

958
932
903
906

1,609
1,576
1,469
1,478

154
158
167
171

439
469
504
559

653
635
612
629

1930— Mar 27
June 30
Sept 24
Dec. 31

9,937
10,442
10,734
10,989

4,085
4,061
4,095
4,125

273
259
334
369

524
463
418
485

3,288
3,340
3,343
3,271

1,332
1,403
1,561
1,692

3,911
4,289
4,377
4,457

781
914
939
983

980
1,048
1,075
1,101

1,448
1,593
1,620
1,619

173
170
170
167

528
565
573
587

610
689
701
715

1931 Mar 25
June 30
Sept 29
Dec. 31

11,889
12,106
12,199
11,314

5,002
5,343
5,564
5,319

899
901
914
679

332
403
371
441

3,771
4,039
4,279
4,199

1,768
1,701
1,748
1,563

4,414
4,420
4,224
3,893

1,004
1,016
987
941

1,103
1,116
1,028
942

1,566
1,535
1,483
1,340

167
165
164
158

574
587
562
511

705
642
662
540

1932— June 30
Sept. 30
Dec 31

11,414
12,121
12,265

5,628
6,366
6,540

962
881
795

503
1,337
1,649

4,B3
4,148
4,096

1,635
1,674
1,751

3,676
3,625
3,525

902
887
864

892
883
853

1,234
1,201
1,188

153
152
150

495
502
470

475
456
450

1933—June 30
Oct 25
Dec. 30

11,928
11,894
12,386

6,887
6,801
7,254

1,113
720
927

2,049
1,960
1,916

1,744
3,725
4,122 ..„.„ 1,791
1,789
4,411

2,942
2,962
3,030

734
732
719

712
718
705

945
939
1,010

137
139
140

415
435
456

355
339
313

1934— Mar. 5
June 30
Oct. 17
Dec. 31

13,842
14,652
15,267
16,122

8,667
9,137
9,186
9,906

1,571
1,427
1,361
1,030

2,724
2,871
3,371
4,217

4,373
4,838
4,454
4,659

181
276
709
989

1,844
1,851
1,972
1,965

2,868
3,111
3,146
3,018

189
471
482
364

735
736
785
793

709
712
713
715

653
643
623
629

143
146
147
147

438
404
396
371

283
277
253
244

1935— Mar. 4
June 29
Nov. 1
Dee. 31

16,318 9,821
16,857 9,871
17,460 10,080
17,810 10,501

964
1,099
1,131
1,192

4,226
4,314
5,281
5,403

4,631
4,458
3,668
3,905

1,200
1,558
1,764
1,768

2,017
2,118
2,224
2,178

3,042
3,063
3,132
3,120

405
303
285
273

810
825
824
822

717
765
838
•856

585
640
680
660

147
146
130
130

378
383
375
379

239
246
259
244

1936— Mar 4
June 30
Dec. 31

18,189 10,564
19,717 11,721
19,640 11,639

1,327
1,266
1,053

5,444
5,161
4,527

3,794
5,295
6,060

1,880
1,950
1,906

2,270
2,280
2,226

3,215
3,515
3,632

308
345
296

869
948
992

840
926
1,002

694
750
801

131
131
131

373
415
411

260
250
236

1937

18,825 10,856
18,453 10,870
17,794 10,574

921
821
662

4,030
4,361
4,277

5,906
5,689
5,635

1,861
1,819
1,797

2,350
2,150
2,047

3,509
3,387
3,194

299
289
280

993
957
886

914
871
794

761
736
705

132
132
133

410
401
397

249
228
181

797
316
313
286

4,297
3,653
3,707
3,389

5,531
6,246
6,693
7,208

1,827
2,128
2,298
2,340

2,209
2,143
2,317
2,448

3,136
3,119
3,177
3,008

275
288
277
331

866
833
826
787

775
763
773
766

676
699
763
666

133
134
134
134

412
403
404
324

178
178
184
184 ^7,497

2,660
2,831
2,920
3,144

652
183 *6,973
317
370
135
712
2,555 2,960
773
662
312
135
747
380
191 "7,574
705
2,554 2,940
2,764
2,692 "2^771" "In" ""73l" ""605" """621" "~"l36~ ""362" ""l88"

Mar 31
June 30
Dec 31

1938— Mar. 7
June 30
Sept 28
Dec. 31

17,975
17,783
18,689
18,863

10,625
10,215
10,713
10,882

-

303 2,604 7,783
19,048 10,690
1939— Mar. 29
441 2,720 7,786
June 30 . . 19,462 10,946
19,605 10,891
Oct. 23
19,979 11,184 ""563" ~2~223~ ~M98~
Dec. 30

1940— Mar. 26"
June 29
Dec. 31

3,107
20,224 11,314
20,482 11,600 ""797" "2~543" ~M6i" 3,121
652 2,594 9,091 3,486
21,805 12,337

1941— Apr 4«
June 30
Sept. 246
Dec. 31

23,104
23,930
24,397
25,500

1

13,501
14,238 1,127 2,631 10,481
14,095
15,707 """97l" TOO?" 11,727

3,487
3,839
4,243
3,832

"§;6i<r

2,905
2,888 "^698" ""414" ""693" ""514" ""652" ""137" ""289" "~"i74~ 'M53"
687
166 9,690
. 277
702
499
139
.500
3,013 2,804
3,206
2,984
3,161
3,090

2,718

528

686

454

644

140

268

149 10,444

2,733

557

699

421

665

142

250

138 10,861

Includes certificates of indebtedness up to and including October 17, 1934; no Treasury certificates outstanding from December 1934 until
early 1942. Treasury bills were first issued in December 1929.
2 Included in "other" bonds, notes, and debentures prior to March 5, 1934. Securities guaranteed as to interest only, first issued in July 1933
and replaced in 1934-1935 by fully guaranteed obligations, have been classified as not guaranteed.
s Comprises bonds only, October 1928 to December 1933, inclusive, and bonds, notes, and debentures thereafter.
4
Not reported separately; estimated holdings were between 100 and 150 million dollars and are included in "other" bonds, notes, and debentures. No such securities (guaranteed as to both principal and interest) were issued until late in 1933.
* This is the amount reported as "maturing in 1639-1943." A classification of securities by maturity was not required before December 1938.
6
Beginning with October 1939 a detailed classification of securities has not been required as of spring and autumn call dates.




BANKING AND MONETARY STATISTICS ,

78

NO. 21-AU MEMBER BANKS-CLASSIFICATION OF DEPOSITS ON CALL DATES, 1923-1941
[In millions of dollars]
Demand
Interbank
Call date
Total

Domestic

Foreign

U.S.
Government

Time
IndiStates Certi- vidfied
and
uals,
and
politpartneroffiical
Total
cers' ships,
subdivi- checks, corpoetc. rations,
sions
etc.

Interbank

Do- Formestic eign

1928— Oct 3
Dec. 31

22,736
25,613

3,462
3,649

480
535

159
262

1,243
1,300

1,134 16,258 13,410
2,264 17,604 13,453

1929— Mar. 27
June 29
Oct. 4
Dec. 31

23,445
22,541
23,326
24,747

3,070
3,092
3,153
3,517

438
438
431
544

411
348
315
143

1,385
1,512
1,224
1,335

1,819
849
1,489
1,681

16,323
16,303
16,713
17,526

13,329
13,325
13,318
13,233

80
111
95

1930— Mar 27
June 30
Sept. 24
Dec. 31

22,265
24,257
22,300
23,483

3,204
3,832
3,817
3,873

446
502
542
547

325
281
257
267

1,446
1,568
1,276
1,362

1,211
1,581
846
1,294

15,633
16,494
15,562
16,139

13,519
13,812
13,945
13,546

1931— Mar. 25
June 30
Sept. 29
Dec. 31

22,238
22,607
20,620
19,395

4,236
4,004
3,222
2,832

468
512
663
398

502
395
526
412

1,479
1,556
1,350
1,303

693
1,074
682
797

14,860
15,066
14,177
13,652

1932— June 30
Sept. 30
Dec. 31..-

17,200
17,815
18,140

2,870
3,269
3,609

172
213
243

387
738
475

1933— June 30
Oct. 25..—
Dec 30

17,583
17,470
18,042

3,057
2,990
3,139

146
117
129

1934— Mar. £ . .
June 30
Oct. 17.
Dec 31

19,864
21,201
22,464
23,940

3,676
4,070
4,466
4,569

173
155
136
147

1935— Mar. 4 .
June 29
Nov. 1 .
Dec. 31

24,008
24,744
26,832
28,040

1936— Mar 4
June 30. .._
Dec. 31

KJ4
1524
113

U.S. States
Govand
ern- politment ical
and
subpostal divisav- sions
ings 1
117
117

Individuals, partnerships,
corporations, etc.

Total

405 12,754
418

Savings

maa
Certificates Open savacings
of
de- counts and
similar
posit
X
acenuntsi

9,703
9,810

1,882 1,169
1,805 1,089
1,832 1,110
997
1,745
1,743 1,136
934
1,741

78
112
154

116
429
477
115
120 - 491
122
595

12,670 9,728
12,576 9,834
12,483 I 9,604
12,267 9,592

103
112
101
107

176
224
234
238

128
134
144
189

536
571
572
509

12,577
12,772
12,894
12,503

9,626
9,678
9,632
9,591

1,811
1,862
1,960
1,885

13,663
13,515
12,776
11,316

135
114
86
63

201
155
112
26

242
279
360
463

530
508
440
388

12,554
12,460
11,779
10,376

9,446
9,316
8,768
8,134

1,928 1,180
1,906 1,237
1,787 1,223
771
1,472

1,314
1,034
1,119

568 11,890 10,636
514 12,047 10,602
422 12,273 10,550

70
70
87

7
5
1

610
695
708

337
342
342

9,613
9,490
9,411

7,491
7,258
7.259

1,350
1,381
1,352

772
851
799

806
918
967

1,087
1,106
1,320

657 11,830
465 11,873
378 12,109

8,981
9,114
9,125

89
87
83

1
6
7

788
781
778

300
270
301

7,803
7,971
7,957

6,161
6,297
6,456

1,038
989
900

545
611
583

59
74
18

1,790
1,658
1,143
1,636

1,425
1,598
1,680
1,799

549
372
590
838

12,252
13,349
14,449
14,951

9,416
9,811
9,821
9,908

92
122
135
134

7
8
4
7

755
585
472
452

305
333
294
294

8,258 1 6,781
8,763 7,183
8,918 7,352
9,020 7,599

880
931
934
882

561
590
550
520

36
59
80
19

5,095
4,978
5,558
5,696

169 1,270
273
779
361
650
444
844

1,861
2,091
2,251
2,139

741
417
686
882

14,872
16,206
17,327
18,035

10,045
10,194
10,345
10,414

145
136
132
151

8
5
6
5

399
307
227
218

290
285
310
361

9,203
9,462
9,671
9,680

7,746
7,986
8,142
8,294

884
869
821
816

533
543
623
548

40
65
85
22

28,022
29;919
31,896

6,148
5,986
6,402

394
600
465 1,037
'432 ; 882

2,173
2,320
2,329

779 17,927 10,452
789 19,322 10,787
881 20,970 10,989

152
151
153

5
6
6

167
152
104

344 9,784
378 10,099
296 10,429

8,309
8,566
8,991

834
843
785

596
613
647

45
77
25

1937— Mar. 31
June 30
Dec. 31

29,950
30,143
29,317

5,752
5,298
5,436

458
615
453

415
628
781

2,564
2,577
2,132

677 20,085 11,164
752 20,272 11,347
767 19,747 11,522

153
123
129

6
14
11

97
100
95

269 10,639
292 10,818
482 10,806

9,105
9,245
9,461

758
758
740

712
724
576

63
92
29

1938— Mar. 7 .
June 30
Sept. 28
Dec. 31

28,652
29,752
30,308
31,853

5,615
6,096
6,088
6,510

366
321
457
501

752
543
707
790

2,237
2,314
2,080
2,386

566
662
538
547

19,116
19,816
20,439
21,119

11,594
11,556
11,462
11,510

137
135
130
132

11
10
10
10

90
83
70
61

512
454
464
462

10,845
10,874
10,789
10,846

9,477
739
744
9,458
724
9,399
9,557 ' 702

573
578
544
566 „

56
93
121
21

1939— Mar. 29,.-.
June 30
Oct. 23.
Dec. 30.

32,051
34,154
36,703
37,488

6,816
7,097
8,243
8,507

615
593
746
749

775
694
675
743

2,467
2,5,32
2,390
2,321

533
790
666
563

20,845
22,448
23,983
24,604

11,615
11,719
11,727
11,852

133
142
142
144

13
14
12
10

68
59
51
51

461
441
418
432

10,940
11,063
11,104
11,215

9,593
9,662

704
709

577
594

65
98

9,883

677

631

24

1940— Mar. 26"
June 29
Dee. 31

38,197
39,659
44,110

8,717
8,852
9,581

732
696
700

725
711
616

2,499
2,529
2,724

558 24,965 11,980
475 26,397 12,070
913 29,576 12,319

145
134
135

5
8
6

52
59
5fi

411 11,368
410 11,459 9,985
435 11,687 10,266

671
655

690
738

113
28

523
628
681
619
621
781
671 1»709

2,957
2,940
3,090
3,066

139
138
140
133

7
7
7
7

54
55
50
50

392
397
382
418

649

762

133

611

723

30

8

1941— Apr. 4
June 30 3
Sept, 24 _ .
Dec. 31
1

44,393 9,873
46,016 9,610
47,546 10, 176
49,231 9,714

662
738
730
1,009

29,752
31,429
32,149
33,061

12,431
12,495
12,558
12,487

11,837
11,898 10,354
11,980
11,878 10,513

1,140
1,233
1,303
1,027

United States Treasurer's time deposits, open account, were first established in November 1938.
, 1 "Christmas savings and similar accounts" are included in "open accounts" before June 1933.
*
A condensed form of report was adopted for spring and autumn calls beginning with October 1939. For this reason, no breakdown of time
deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations is available; and the breakdown of interbank deposits, both demand and time, into those
of domestic and foreign banks, respectively, has been estimated.




ALL MEMBER BANKS

79

NO. 22-ALL MEMBER BANKS-CLASSIFICATION OF LOANS AND INVESTMENTS,
BY CUSS OF BANK, ON JUNE I CALL DATES, 1919-1S281
I
[In millions of dollars]
Loans1

Class of bank and year

All member banks:
1919
1920

Total
loans
and
investments

On securities

Total

Total

Street

Other

Investments 2
Other domestic securities
All
Obligaother
U.S. tions of
Govern- States
Real (largeBonds,
Corporate
and
ment
notes,
stocks
estate ly com- Total
merobliga- political Total and decial)
tions subdibenvisions
tures F.R. Other
Bank

577 9,433
953 13,651

6,827
6,026

3,803
2,811

1,135
1,432
1,749
1,980

12,584
11,233
12,051
11,874

6,002
7,017
7,757
7,963

2,561
3,205
3,835
3,575

2,338
2,650
2,926
3,068

11,599 8,863
12,090 9,123
11,856 9,818
12,167 10,758

3,780
3,745
3,796
4,225

•1,029
1,149
1,277
1,367

3,553
3,733
4,172
4,440

3,163
3,283
3.695
3,891

115
123
129
142

275
327
348
407

501
408
572
726

2,012
2,053
2,195
2,458

1,066
'1,066
1,080
1,314

233
250
287
277

614
671
743
744

512
548
626
609

28
32
34
40

74
91
83
95

99
66
85
123

3,984
4,107
3,991
3,930

2,855
2,932
3,191
3,535

1,331
1,326
1,408
1,599

343
406
461
504

1,041
1,061
1,180
1,249

868
870
974
1,011

39
41
43
47

134
150
163
191

140
139
142
183

5,209
5,365
5,176
5,128

3,996
4,138
4,432
4,765

1,385
1,353
1,308
1,312

453
493
530
586

1,897
1,999
2,249
2,446

1,782
1,863
2,095
2,271

48
50
52
54

67
86
102
121

261
293
346
421

22,242
25,559

15,414
19,533

5,404
4,930

1,105
745

4,299
4,185

1921
1922
1923
1924

24,121
24,182
26,507
27,167

18,119
17,165
18,750
19,204

4,400
4,500
4,950
5,350

620
1,160
1,220
1,330

3,780
3,340
3,730
4,020

1925
1926
1927
1928

29,518
31,184
32,756
35,061

20,655
22,060
22,938
24,303

6,718
7,321
8,156
9,068

1,920
1,840
2,100
2,040

4,798
5,481
6,056
7,028

Central reserve city banks:
7,394
1925
1926
7,806
1927
8,462
1928
9,347

5,382
5,753
6,267
6,889

2,857
2,985
3,398
3,610

118
151
180
170

2,407
2,618
2,688
3,109

Reserve city banks:
1925 .
1926....
1927 _
1928

10,298
10,920
11,482
12,192

7,443
7,987
8,291
8,657

2,275
2,557
2,824
3,213

1,184
1,323
1,476
1,515

11,827
12,457
_ _ . _ 12,813
13,522

7,831
8,320
8,380
8,757

1,586
1,779
1,934
2,245

1,036
1,175
1,270
1,384

Country banks:
1925
1926
1927
1928

,

Foreign
securities

1
The classification of loans sbown in tbis table is not available by class of bank prior to 1925, Some of the loan data shown here have been
estimated; figures are partly estimated for street loans 1925-1928 and for all classifications prior to 1925. For other figures on street loans see Section
12, Tables 140 and 141, pp. 495-500.
2
The classification of investments shown in this table is not available prior to 1925.




BANKING AND MONETARY STATISTICS

80

NO. 23-CENTRAL RESERVE CITY MEMBER BANKS IN NEW YORK CITY[Amounts in millions of dollars]
Loans and investments
Investments
Call date

Total

1919— june 30
Nov. 17
Dec. 31

Total

U.S.
Government
obligations

Loans

BalReserves Cash ances
with
in
with
Federal vault domesOther Reserve
tic
banks'
secu- Bank
rities

Total
Cash Bank
assets
CustomBal- items premin
ises, Other era' Secuances
Numwith proc- furni- real
ber
lia- rities Other
ess
forture estate bility bor- asset*)
of
eign 1 of
on rowed
and
banks
acTotal
banks collec- fixtion tures
cept^
liabiliances
ties

5,408
5,772
5,772

4,084
4,330
4,508

1,324
1,442
1,264

683
757
606

641
685
658

659
635
653

104
110
123

290
329
351

949
1,038
1,161

66
68
69

7
7
6

211
264
314

90
67
85

110
62
100

7,894
8,351
8,634

64
64
64

5,488
1920=- May 4
June 30 .... 5,581
5,492
Nov. 15
Dec. 29 „ _ _ _ 5,487

4,329
4,477
4,485
4,454

1,159
1,103s
1,006
1,033

572
542
468
474

587
561
538
560

615
620
606
572

104
108
106
112

118
131
85
92

661
990
1,026
769

70
72
78
77

5
4
5
5

308
330
343
321

32
32
33
29

264
249
293
294

7,665
8,116
8,066
7,757

64
63
63
63

1921— Apr. 28..
June 30
Dec. 31

4,968
4,853
4,753

3,974
3,787
3,619

994
1,065
1,134

424
515
570

570
550
565

522
509
613

96
89
71

78
109
72

526
891
552

81
82
79

4
3
4

289
249
198

30
13
11

247
235
269

6,840
7,032
6,522

62
61
58

1922— Mar. 10
June 30
Dec. 29

4,560
5,057
5,223

3,432
3,514
3,663

1,127
1,543
1,560

616
906
1,006

511
637
553

574
617
625

70
65
69

65
73
78

644
1,092
1,164

81
84
88

3
3
3

180
176
215

9
6
3

179
196
230

6,364
7,367
7,698

58
59
58

5,123
1923— Apr. 3
June 30 .... 5,095
4,876
Sept. 14
Dec. 31
5,051

3,644
3,629
3,501
3,639

1,480
1,466
1,375
1,413

977
953
872
895

502
513
504
518

587
570
550
577

62
51
57
81

64
66
56
82

739
709
718
1,326

89
89
90
92

3
3
4
4

218
205
180
241

2
2
2
2

181
175
162
182

7,071
6,967
6,696
7,618

58
61
62
63

1924— Mar. 31
June 30
„_
Oct. 10
Dec. 31 ......

5,112
5,545
5,867
5,973

3,710
3,926
4,069
4,202

1,402
1,619
1,798
1,771

852
919
1,037
973

550
700
761
798

609
619
689
739

56
57
63
73

66
77
65
74

1,311
1,423
861
1,574

93
92
93
90

4
3
3
3

233
172
213
295

2
2
1
1

177
183
221
287

7,662
8,173
8,077
9,107

64
64
66
66

1925— Apr. 6
June 30...,..Sept. 28
Dec. 31

5,736
5,896
5,908
6,315

4,061
4,191
4,281
4,732

1,675
1,705
1,628
1,584

903
911
864
871

773
795
764
713

631
694
649
713

62
58
56
65

71
103
81
96

968
1,562
1,034
1,797

92
97
97
102

3
3
3
3

313
262
266
346

1
1
2
5

284
.277
256
262

8,162
8,952
8,352
9,704

65
63
62
63

5,975
1926— Apr. 12
June 30 ..„.. 6,232
Dec. 31
6,519

4,333
4,516
4,895

1,643
1,716
1,624

864
902
809

779
814
315

623
709
681

62
61
57

81
87
121

1,200
1,459
1,713

110
119

in

3
2
2

338
307
347

235
239
287

8,626
9,209
9,847

56
58
60

1927— Mar. 23.. „ _ _
June 30
Oct. 10
Dee. 31

6,384
6,798
6,731
7,460

4,600
4,963
5,021
5,620

1,784
1,835
1,709
1,840

926
907
887
948

858
928
823
892

764
751
735
857

56
64
60
58

85
108
92
131

105
121
123
122

1,053
1,649
1,327
1,228

122
123
128
132

2
3
3
3

348
365
•403
480

137 9,058
125 10,109
89 9,691
108 10,578

62
62
60
59

1928— Feb. 28
June 30
Oct. 3.
Dec. 31

6,936
7,438
7,197
7,951

4,992
5,428
5,254
6,018

1,943
2,010
1,942
1,933

1,082
1,102
1,130
1,094

861
908
813
839

756
765
722
809

53
49
53
65

87
97
82
120

120
134
105
126

1,135
1,247
1,443
3,141

137
138
143
145

4
5
5
5

489
515
527
680

112
153
178
197 I

9,831
10,542
10,452
13,218

58
53
57
57

1929— Mar. 27 .
June 29
Oct. 4........
Dec. 31

7,726
8,160
8,150
8,774

5,754
6,341
6,344
6,683

1,972
1,819
1,807
2,091

1,135
1,006
989
1,112

838
813
817
979

766
784
735
827

60
57
58
68

127
157
196
179

111
78
65
75

2,386
1,189
1,998
2,406

153
183
179
186

8
3
8
8

605
591
691
866

190
196
171
194

12,132
11,396
12,249
13,583

59
59
57
56

1930— Mar. 27
June 30
Sept. 24. ......
Dec. 31 ...

8,238
8,798
8,557
8,582

6,192
6,596
6,359
6,147

2,046
2,203
2,198
2,435

1,150
1,147
1,091
1,239

897
1,056
1,107
1,197

793
814
858
899

63
58
49
95

112
156
106
145

71
75
61
71

1,555
2,503
1,105
1,794

196
205
213
215

9
10
11
12

759
635
613
791

Itl
162
157
186

11,968
13,416
11,730
12,790

55
52
52
48

1931— Mar. 25
June 30 ._..„
Sept. 29—...
Dec. 31

8,473
8,287
8,253
7,460

5,811
5,486
5,220
4,763

2,662 1,466
2,801 1 1,656
3,032 1,830
2,697 1,768

1,196
1,145
1,202
928

831
847
883
665

47
54
68
54

133
136
102
105

69
89
71
52

893
1,594
866
1,168

218
232
232
233

12
14
12
13

779
656
489
540

259
257
154
125

11,714
12,165
11,131
10,415

48
48
42
39

1932— June 30 ...... 6,715
7,112
Sept. 30
Dee. 3 1 _ _ _ . . . 7,327

3,682
3,604
3,538

3,033
3,508
3,789

2,008
2,429
2,603

1,025
1,079
1,186

772
971
1,132

52
42
47

96
98
115

63
57
59

722
687
491

243
252
250

16
17
18

358
364
342

132
142
168

9,169
9,741
9,951

36
36
37

1933— June 30. _.... 7,133
Oct. 25
6,971
6,995
Dec. 30

3,424
3,470
3,453

3,709
3,501
3,542

2,551
2,320
2,362

1,158
1,181
1,179

846
968
903

46
42
47

101
90
93

72
93
115

874
553
476

247
246
236

18
36
38

351
323 ......
3S1

159 | 9,847
182 9,503
209 9,496

36
36
36

1934— Mar. 5
June 30. ......
Oct. 17
Dec. 31

3,419
3,401
3,243
3,159

3,932
4,265
4,300
4,602

2,873
3,210
3,191
3,524

1,059
1,056
1,109
1,078

1,170
,417
,443
,576

67
64
64
86

91
97
84
103

79
107
133
122

631
415
666
1,069

233
250
248
250

40
25
27
27

313
200
207
187

173
186
206
191

] 10, 153
10,427
1 !10,620
11,372

36
37
37
38

7,783 3,155 4,628
1935— Mar. 4
June 29....- 8,303 3,319 4,983
Nov. 1
8,167 3,199 4,968
Dec. 31....... 8,418 3,434 4,984
For footnotes see end of table, p. 82.

3,497
3,809
3,745
3,825

1,131
1,174
1,223
1,159

,856
,935
2,590
2,541

58
51
54
65

86
133
109
111

78
43
33
33

810
447
873
1,133

249
246
244
241

28
30
32
31

168 ......
121
123
135

147
105
73
61

11,262
11,414
12,299
12,770

38
38
38
38




7,351
7,666
7,543
7,761

1
1
1

ALL MEMBER BANKS

81

PRINCIPAL ASSETS AND LIABILITIES ON CALL DATES, 1919-1941
[Amounts in millions of dollars]
Capital accounts

Deposits
Accept- Other
ances
liaoutbilistand- ties
ing

Borrowings

Memoranda

DeReUndi- serves roand
Net
vided fordedeprof- conposits mand
tinits d
de- 7
adgen- justed ' posits
cies,
etc.6

Total

U.S.
Inter- Gov- Postal Other
bank2 ern- 3 sav- 4
dement ings inand

6,360
6,484
6,723

1,372
1,389
1,380

410
161
232

22
23
24

4,364
4,595
4,803

191
316
284

426
668
670

233
282
325

173
172
177

701
745.
739

228
238
249

316
330
333

158
178
157

3,416
3,557
3,642

4,576
4,707
4,789

1920— May 4
5,721
67222
June 30 .
5,822
Nov. 15
Dec. 29 . ... 5,607

1,207
1,320
1,114
1,074

92
110
72
134

26
26
20
13

4 ( 129
4,496
4,337
4,107

266
270
277
279

688
619
893
800

319
344
361
342

140
128
129
142

798
803
861
866

266
266
290
290

347
360
372
371

185
176
199
204

3,468
3,507
3,312
3,339

4,628
4.790
4,423
4, -369

1921— Apr. 28
June 30
Dec. 31

5,033
5,551
5,248

939
1,019
1,036

110
178
92

12
19
17

3,686
4,094
3,824

287
240
278

502
258
131

312
264
215

131
101
109

862
859
820

300
300
302

373
373
357

189
186
162

3,160
3,203
3,272

4.056
4.169
4,281

1922— Mar. 10
June 30
Dec. 29

5,198
6,199
6,374

1,061
1,085
1,120

89
38
198

17
18
17

3,721
4,549
4,522

309
510
517

21
31
98

195
191
237

104
96
119

846
850
870

306
310
314

359
365
390

181
175
165

3,077
3,457
3,358

4,108
4,554
4,479

1923— Apr. 3
June 30
Sept. 14
Dec. 31

5,714
5,662
5,401
6,305

1,106
1,125
1,017
1,227

139
64
25
51

17
17
17
17

3,876
3,884
3,768
4,438

575
574
574
572

170
121
138
89

244
228
195
262

73
83
78
83

870
873
885
878

325
328
329
330

379
374
373
374

166
171
182
174

3,137
3,173
3,049
3,112

4,222
4,291
4,085
4,374

1924— Mar. 31
June 30
Oct. 10
Dec. 31

6,372
6,980
6,817
7,745

1,282
1,482
1,504
1,547

59
27
44
29

20
25
25
24

4,406
4,835
4,501
5,393

605
611
744
751

53
18
25
44

249
182
224
314

96
94
99
89

892
899
911
916

333
334
335
336

376
377
377
379

183
189
198
200

3,095
3,413
3,640
3,819

4,388
4,890
5.133
6,391

1925— Apr. 6
June 30
Sept. 28 .
Dec. 31

6,685
7,552
6,819
8,068

1,308
1,449
1,232
1,472

56
17
47
59

23
22
20
20

4,533
5,317
4,797
5,755

765
746
724
763

126
79
167
175

336
284
292
379

60
66
110
91

955
970
964
991

358
358
361
370

391
393
396
431

206
219
206
190

3,565
3,755
3,763
3,958

4,847
5,211
4,951
5.501

7,020
7,692
. 8,141

1,306
1,459
1,455

56
33
50

19
19
17

4,871
5,378
5,725

768
803
894

110
52
151

364
331
373

103 1,029
99. 1,035
99 1,082

390
392
406

452
458
473

187
186
204

3,672
3,918
4,011

4,985
5,368
5,466

1927— Mar. 23
June 30
Oct. 10
Dec. 31

7,330 1,302
8,409 1,602
7,847 1 1,480
8,473 1,790

97
20
133
61

19
18
17
16

4,997
5,784
5.199
5,541

916
986
1,017
1,065

122
42
136
248

371
386
416
509

114
116
108
118

1,121
1,155
1,184
1,230

434
444
452
464

487
496
505
542

200
215
227
225

3,944
4,134
3,872
4,314

5.215
5,711
5,345
6,061

1928— Feb. 28
June 30
Oct. 3 ..
Dec. 31

7.840
8,173
7,932
10,389

1,508
1,575
1,436
1,740

13
58
28
52

15
14
20
19

5,218
5,355
5,332
7,386

1,087
1,172
1,115
1,193

94
340
342
459

511
536
543
684

129
131
143
133

1,257
1,361
1,492
1,553

474
512
544
560

550
612
689
729

232
237
230
225

29
39

4,082
4,107
3,889
4,245

5,562
5,680
5,257
6,085

1929— Mar. 27
June 29
Oct. 4
Dec. 31

9,333
8,379
9,042
10,173

1,341
1,477
1,445
1,835

136
78
71
20

18
18
18
18

6,610
5,690
6,293
7,155

1,227
1,115
1,216
1,145

269
393
249
246

639
615
710
896

165
168
183
162

1,725
1,842
2,065
2,105

610
668
738
744

818
862
990
1,018

254
269
292
300

44
44
45
43

4,225
4,500
4,295
4.750

5,564
6,836
5,587
6,418

1930— Mar. 27 ... 8,809
June 30
10,347
Sept. 24
8,626
Deo. 31
9,602

1,510
1,968
1,760
2,031

91
79
56
37

19
18
17
38

5,932
6.970
5,505
6,457

1,256
1,313
1,287
1,038

70
126
69
136

783
653
637
814

198
194
244
193

2,109
2,096
2,154
2,045

734
714
722
689

1,024
1,007
1,039
985

298
327
340
314

53
47
53
57

4,377
4,467
4,400
4,663

5,632
'6,146
5,873
6.405

1931— Mar. 25
June 30
Sept. 29
Dec. 31 . „

8,598
9,205
8,377
7,781

1,905
1,923
1,788
1,344

142
116
129
167

49
50
60
64

5,425
6,030
5,411
5,464

1,077
1,086
990
743

32
17
36
68

812
676
514
561

225
264
213
141

2,047
2,004
1,991
1,863

687
684
681
649

981
966
959
873

308
271
272
185

70
84
78
156

4,532
4,436
4,544
4,295

6,162
6,143
6,178
5.562

1932— June 30 .
Sept. 30
Dec. 31

6,932
7,496
7.698

1,256
1,540
1,786

118
306
173

68
76
80

4,763
4,767
4,810

725
807
849

16
1
26

382
372
359

137
154
156

,704
,718
,711

636
636
634

807
781
777

141
145
121

120
157
179

4,041
,081
,319

5,227
5,550
6,020

1933—June 30
Oct. 25
Dec. 30

7,756
7,379
7,284

1,406
1,322
1,320

332
379
422

110
106
107

5,233
4,883
4,801

676
690
634

12
35
6

364
348
408

134
153
168

,582
,589
,630

632
632 ~"~76~
632

674
664
651

97
103
81

179
189
190

,359
,330
,325

5,678
5,589
5.571

1934— Mar. 5
June30_
Oct. 17
Dec. 31

8,023
8,483
8,734
9,512

1,563
1,736
1,810
1,932

843
802
559
792

105
69
65
56

4,899
5,215
5,668
6,138

613
661
631
595

8
1

342
220
224
205

196
93
81
89

,592
,632
,573
,565

580
542
542
540

128
179
126
126

651
675
675
671

90
99
103
102

142
137
127
126

4,268
4,800
5,001
5,069

5,753
6.462
6,756
6,933

1935— Mar. 4
June 29
Nov. 1
Dec. 31

9,435
9,629
10,435
10,908

2,202
2,235
2,535
2,752

572
369
219
224

44
27
3
3

6,018
6,426
6,985
7,326

599
573
693
603

2
3
14
5

182
133
132
148

77
89
148
136

,567
,561
,570
,573

540
540
540
540

126
126
126
126

671
671
671
673

103
110
115
121

127
113
117
113

5,209
5,979
6,112
6,193

7,346
8,113
8,753
9,055

CaH date

1919—June 30
Nov. 17
Dec. 31

1926— Apr. 12
June 30
Dec. 31




Other
time

Total

Common
stock

Preferred5
stock

Surplus

BANKING AND MONETARY STATISTICS

82

NO. 23-CENTRAL RESERVE CITY MEMBER BANKS IN NEW YORK CITY-PRINCIPAL
ASSETS AND LIABILITIES ON CALL DATES, 1919-1941-Continued
[Amounts in millions of dollars]
Loans and investments
Investments
Call date

Total

Total

U.S.
Government
obligations

Loans

Reserves
Cash
with
in
Federal
Reserve vault
Other Bank
securities

Balances
with
domes*
tic
banks1

Balances
with
foreign
banks1

Cash
items
in
proc. ess
of
collection

Total
Bank
Customassets
premises, Other ers' Seculia- rities Other
furni- rea
ture estate bility bor- assets
on rowed
and
Total
acfixliabilicepttures
ties
ances

Number
of
banks

1936— Mar. 4 ...
June 30
Dec. 31..

8,802
0,556
9,281

3,447
3,528
3,855

5,355
6,028
5,426

4,107
4,763
4,209

,248' 2,493
,265 2,106
,217 2,658

57
65
61

108
114
133

39
34
36

829
982
1,087

240
237
232

32
32
31

125
122
137

66 12,790
76 13,324
78 13,734

38
37
37

1937— Mar. 31
June 30
Dec. 31.,

9,101
9,008
8,313

3,961
4,276
3,673

5,140
4,730
4,640

3,829
3,630
3,595

,311
,100
,045

2,719
2,749
2,738

56
60
56

123
105
120

32
32
48

853
996
989

230
230
226

31
32
34

142
136
111

67 13,355
60 13,405
48 12,683

37
37
37

8,317
1938— Mar. 7
8,013
June 30
Sept. 28.. „ 8,355
Dec. 31
8,335

3,532
3,172
3,146.
3,262

4,785
4,840
5,209
5,072

3,611
3,740
3,987
3,857

,174,
,101
,222
,215

2,941
3,517
3,743
4,104

59
65
70
68

95
119
91
109

62
90
56
34

605
842
579
580

225
223
222
213

33
32
32
51

97
84
86
90

1
1
1
4

51
62
61
70

12,485
13,046
13,297
13,657

37
36
36
36

1939— Mar. 29
June 30
Oct. 2 „
Dec. 30

8,408
8 ,088
'9,044
9,339 '

3,086
2,988
3,116
3,296

5,322
5,700
5,928
6,043

4,025
4,484
4,558
4,772

,296
,216
,369
,272

4,582
4,975
5,929
5,915

63
61
85
89

156
112
109
125

29
26
23
14

604
1,029
806
560

212
210
208
207

51
51
51
40

78
75
57
75

3

60
56
62
49

14,243
15,282
16,376
16,413

36
36
36
36

1940— Mar. 26
June 29
Dec. 31

9,594
9,829
10,910

3,211
3,014
3,384

6,383
6,815
7,527

4,972
5,486
6,044

,412
,328
,483

6,386
7,072
7,057

84
88
102

163
119
122

13
11
6

568
453
1,137

206
204
200

40
37
34

69
54
57

2
4
12

49 17,174
48 17,918
51 19,688

36
36
36

11,696
1941— Apr. 4...
12,493
June 30
Sept. 24.. ._ 12,930
Dec..31
12,896

3,502
3,778
3,939
4,072

8,194
8,715
8,991
8,823

6,625 1,568
7,268 1,447
7,331 •1,660
7,265 1,559

6,715
5,857
5,534
5,105

85
136
96
93

154
131
114
141

4
5
5
6

588
900
731
1,290

203
202
201
200

34
34
33
31

54
50
40
44

11
4
9
4

81
49
55
51

j 19,625
19,863
19,748
19,862

36
36
36
36

Call date
Total

Memoranda

Capital accounts

Deposits

U.S.
Inter- Gov- Postal Other
debank 2 ern- 3 savment ings* mand

Other
time

Borrowings

Accept- Other
ances liabiliOUtr
E land- ties
ing

Total

Common
stock

Preferred5
stock

Surplus

ReDeNet
Undi- serves mand
devided for
deprof- con- posits mand
6
ad- 7 de- 7
tinits
gcn- justed posits
cies,
etc. e

10,858
11,387
11,824

2,894
2,823
2,891

140
215
225

7,227
7,738
8,016

596
611
692

12
13
12

137
138
154

206
196
158

1,579
1,590
1,585

538
537
538

126
79
11

676
741
798

122
130
146

117
102
92

6,398
6,756
6,929

9,323
9,677
9,909

1937— Mar. 31. „ _ 11,400
11,421
June 30
10,759
Dec. 31

2,594
2,602
2,531

129
306
382

7,905
7,729
7,101

772
784
745

4
3

159
154
125

201
229
194

1,591
1,598
1,606

554
553
553

11
11
10

796
797
800

134
143
156

97
93
86

7,051
6,733
6,111

9,648
9,525
8,898

10,570
11,192
11,410
11,706

2,508
2,805
2,908
3,130

360
123
181
139

6,941
7,540
7,605
7,748

761
725
717
688

12
2

105
92
92
104

201
174
204
254

1,596
1,587
1,589
1,593

553
552
552
538

10
10
10
10

801
801
803
808

156
160
158
170

76
64
65
67

6,336
6,698
7,026
7,168

9,104
9,500
10,020
10,325

1939— Mar. 29
June 30
Oct. 2...
Dec. 30.

12,337
13,341
. 14,531
14,507

3,285
3,516
4,243
4,238

135
84
72
74

8,209
9,041
9,482
9,459

708
699
735
736

1

90
90
71
86

224
265
187
228

1,592
1,586
1,587
1,592

538
538
538
539

10
10
10
10

808
809
809
815

171
170
169
173

65
59
62
56

7,605
8,012
8,676
8,899

10,863
11,495
12,878
13,081

1940— Mar. 26
June 29..
Dec. 31

15,278
16,007
17,744

4,802
4,4914,678

68
67
48

:::::: 10,688
12,199

10,131

777
761
819

75
64
67

219
249
262

1,601
1,599
1,615

539
539
539

10
9
9

815
815
827

180
181
191

59 9,562
55 10,235
49 11,062

13,767
14,671
15,662

1941 — Apr. 4
June 30
Sept. 24
Dec. 31

17,705
17,929
17,816
17,932

4,598
4,572
4,604
4,207

29
32
135
866

12,233
12,520
12,237
12,051

844
805
840
807

62
59
48
53

236
251
239
229

1,623
1,625
1,635
1,648

539
539
539
539

9
9
9
9

827
828
828
841

197
198
207
213

51
51
52
47

11,645
11,619
11,506
10,761

16,116
16,087
16,128
15,689

1936— Mar, 4
June 30
Dec. 31

1938— Mar. 7
June 30
Sept. 28
Dec. 31

_

10

1 "Balances with foreign banks" are included in "balances with domestic banks" prior to May 4, 1920,and in "other assets" from May 4,
1920,2 to December 31, 1926,
Before October 3, 1928, all interbank deposits were reported as "due to banks" and were assumed to be demand deposits.
«Includes United States Treasurer's time deposits, open account. Such accounts were first opened in November 1938; before that time all
United States Government deposits were demand deposits.
• Prior to June 30, 1921, figures represent postal savings deposits at national banks only. Under specific provisions of law, postal savings
deposits were subject to the reserve requirements applicable to time deposits from June 21, 1917, to August 23, 1935, but they were in fact demand
deposits until the passage of the Banking Act of 1933, when the terms under which such deposits were made were amended so as to conform to
the definition of time deposits.
• Includes capital notes and debentures issued by State member banks (national banks do not issue them). Preferred stock was not issued
by member banks before the banking holiday of 1933.
• The composition of undivided profits and reserves has been changed from time to time; see introductory text, p. 71.
7
For definitions of "demand deposits adjusted" arid "net demand deposits" see introductory text, p. 65.




ALL MEMBER BANKS

83

NO. 24-CENTRAL RESERVE CITY MEMBER BANKS IN NEW YORK CITY-CLASSIFICATION OF LOANS ON CALL DATES, 1928-1941
[In millions of dollars]
Open market paper

Call date

To brokers
and
dealers

Acceptances
payable
in U. S.

ComBills
merpaycial
able
Own Accept- abroad paper
accept. ances
bought
1
ancea of other
banks

Total
loans
Total i

Real estate loans

Loans on securities, except to banks

Total

In
New
York
City

To
others

287
288

2,253
2,100

148
173
175
169

251
314
302
322

2,361
2,480
2,726
2,595

150
157
157
147

199
196
169
283

2,252
2,129
2,090
2,054

149
160
152
153

154
150
250
374

1,896
1.782
1,881
1.735

159
154
159

Outside
New
York
City

Other
loans1

130
132

Total

Loans
to
banks

260
203
216

1,216
1,094
1,066

157
149
147

162
143
146

937
1,075
1,084

On
other
real
estate

On
farm
land

1928— Oct. 3
Dec. 31

5,254
6,018

168
151

50
61

55
61

63
29

2,416
3,347

880
1,639

45
50

1,491
1,658

130
132

1929— Mar. 27 June 29
Oct. 4 .
Dec 31

5,754
6,341
6,344
6,683

148
136
100
194

59
58
59
128

52
58
33
46

37
21
8
21

2,846
3,236
3,040
3,401

1,102
1,359
1,096
1,202

52
63
46
55

1,692
1,814
,898
2 ,145

149
175
176
169

1930— Mar. 27
June 30
Sept. 24
Dec 31

6,192
6,596
6,359
6,147

179
208
198
245

89
144
148
188

40
29
28
22

49
35
22
34

3,412
3,906
3,745
3,418

1,477
1,883
1,714
1,281

60
68
86
104

1,876
1,954
1,945
2 ,033

151
157
157
148

1931— Mar. 25
June 30
Sept, 29
Dec 31

5,811
5,486
5,220
4,763

284
433
282
231 I

77

199
296
201
107

51
44
33
17

35
94
48
29

3,327
2,960
2,655
2,270

1,367
1,063
839
542

121
127
116
87

1,839
1,770
1,699
1,641

150
160
153
153

1932— June 30
Sept. 30
Dec. 31

3,682
3,604
3,538

445 |
462
512

138
90
148

262
341
330

21
18
15

23
14
19

1,602
1,691
1,584

258
391
337

65
63
61

1,279
1,237
1,186

160
154
160

1933— June 30
Oct. 25
Dec 30

3,424
3,470
3,453

364
447
336

120
179
130

224
233
170

10
8
17

10
27
19

1,803
1,656
1,740

720
624
706

38
47
45

1,044
985
989

157
149
148

1934— Mar. 5
June 30
Oct. 17
Dec. 31

3,419
3,401
3,243
3,159

469
392
411
396

171
144
159
164

276
225
232
210

8
10
12
16

14
13
8
6

1,673
1,820
1,508
1,536

687
883
631
662

47
55
50
54

938
882
826
820

156
156
150
139

155
155
150
139

112
68
66
63

1,009
965
1,108
1,024

1935— Mar 4
June 29 ...
Nov. 1
Dec 31

3,155
3,319
3,199
3,434

372
277
252
286

145
82
101
107

203
183
135
158

19
7
12
16

4
5
4
5

1,539
1,772
1,661
1,870

678
930
828
1,018

56
58
59
60

805
783
775
793

139
138
136
140

139
138
136
140

52
48
35
42

1,054
1,085
1,114
1,096

1936— Mar. 4
June 30
Dec. 31

3,447
3,528
3,855

258
199
217

99
65
65

141
123
136

13
8
10

4
3
5

1,899
1,917
1,926

1,043
1,028
1,095

64
76
78

792
813
753

148
146
144

148
146
144

29
28
42

1,112
1,238
1,527

1937— Mar 31
June 30
Dec. 31

.3,961
4,276
3,673

198
170
199

69
65
74

119
98
112

6
1
6

4
5
6

1,969
2,118
1,493

1,105
1,219
703

74
76
58

790
824
733

142
149
141

142
149
141

51
62
29

1,600
1,776
1,811

1638— Mar, 7 ..
June 30
Sept. 28

3,532
3,172
3,146

168
141
153

65
62
65

90
65
79

5
4
3

8
10
7

1,423
1,274
1,266

647
509
512

49
47
52

727
717
702

139
132
132

140
132
131

60
85
95

1,741
1,541
1.499

Loans
to
banks

Other
loam)

1

Call date

Total
loans

Commercial
loans

Agricultural
loans

Acceptances
payable in
U. S.

Total

Bills
CommerTo
payTo
cial
broable
kers others
Own Accept- abroad paper
accept- ances
sought and
dealers
ances of other
banks

1

1

Heal estate loans

Loans for
purchasing
or carrying
securities

Open market paper

2
1

Total

On
farm
land

On
residential
property

Other

1938— Dec, 31

3,262

1.456

5

138

52

76

1

9

787

220

12 1

59

61

99

436

1939— Mar 29
June 30
Oct. 2 2
Dec. 30

3,086
. 2,988
3,116
3,296

1,451
1,474

5
5

126
128

57
64

62
57

1
1

6
6

668
555

209
215

124
130

1

57
61

67
68

77
41

427
440

1,768

7

120

58

54

8

611

188

133

1

59

73

44

425

1,801
2,025

6
6

104
100

59
46

40
49

5
5

320
465

188
190

137
130

65
63

71
66

32
25

426
443

2,405

3

97

41

45

11

422

186

12 g

65

64

33

503

2,716

8

16

412

169

ii3

62

60

32

522

1940— Mar. 26 a __,,_ . 3,211
June 29
. 3,014
. 3,384
Dec. 31
2

1941— Apr. 4
June 30 2
Sept. 24
Dec. 31
1
3

. 3,502
3,778
. 3,939
4,072

91

36

39

Reporting banks' "own acceptances" are included in "other loans" prior to December 1931.
iquired
spring
Beginning with October 1939 a detailed classification of loans has not been required as of spri: and autumn call dates.




BANKING AND MONETARY STATISTICS
NO, 25-CENTRAL RESERVE CITY MEMBER BANKS IN NEW YORK CITYCLASSIFICATION OF INVESTMENTS ON CALL DATES, 1928-1941
[In millions of dollars]
U. S. Government obligations

Other domestic securities

Direct
Guaranteed

Total
investments

Call date

Total

Bills'

Notes

Bonds

Obligations
of
States
and
polit- Total
ical
subdivisions

Bonds, notes, and
debentures
Government
agencies
not
Railguar- roads*
anteed
byU.S.2

Utilities'

Corporate
stocks

Other

F.E.

Foreign
securities

Other

Total
securities
maturing iu
5 years
or less

Bank

1928— Oct. 3
Dec. 31

1,942
1,933

1,130
1,094

77
78

247
228

806
787

137
151

589
613

134
147

61
68

265
254

37
37,

91
107

86
76

1929— Mar. 27
June 29
Oct. 4
Dec*. 31

1,972
1,819
1,807
2,091

1,135
1,006
989
1,112

78
58
31
58

281
214
226
166

775
734
732
889

161
128
149
222

606
608
597
668

151
152
140
142

62
66
62
65

«224
219
188
214

43
45
52
54

127
126
155
192

71
75
72
89

1930=-Mar. 27
June 30
Sept. 24
Dec. 31

2,046
2,203
2,198
2,435

1,150
1,147
1,091
1,239

49
111
75
148

153
77
140
228

947
959
876
863

185
192
271
310

643
764
733
738

142
188
185
210

71
88
89
96

219
272
250
225

56
52
53
51

155
164
156
156

69
100
103
148

1931— Mar, 25
June 30
Sept. 29
Dec. 31

2,662
2,801
3,032
2,697

1,466
1,656
1,830
1,768

296
354
461
290

126
178
153
159

1,043
1,124
1,217
1,319

356
281
325
216

693
725
693
606

221
229
222
208

88
101
79
75

184
198
205
172

51
51
51
48

149
146
136
102

147
139
184
106

1932— June 30
Sept. 30.
Dec. 31_.

3,033
3,508
3,789

2,008
2,429
2,603

615
543
511

185
725
971

1,208
1,161
1,121

325
369
436

600
610
639

206
204
198

89
98
103

167
177
212

46
46
46

91
85
80

1933— June 30
Oct. 25.
Dec. 30

3,709
3,501
. 3,542

2,551
2,320
2,362

638
391
358

987
971
921

926
958
1,083

478
508
488

586
585
608

168
155
153

95
87
92

173
169
191

46
46
46

104
118
126

94
88
83

1934— Mar. 5
June 30
Oct. 17
Dec. 31.

_ 3,932
4,265
4,300
4,602

2,768
3,053
2,954
3,246

734
954
875
758

1,022
1,084
1,281
1,664

1,012
1,015
799
824

105
157
237
278

487
425
491
446

509
567
541
561

33
103
79
78

140
133
155
155

86
82
75 i
83

82
S3
70
85

47
48
47
47

121
117
115
113

62
63
77
71

1935— Mar, 4
June 29
Nov. 1
Dee. 31.

4,628
4,983
4 ,968
4,984

3,200
3,462
3,340
3,425

574
898
841
865

1,741
1,623
1,787
1,810

885
941
712
749

298
348
405
401

484
497
550
507

577
608
609
596

101
91
91
81

157
156
137
134

88
99
118
117

69
94
101
99

47
47
40
40

115
121
123
125

70
69
65
56

1936— Mar. 4
June 30.
Dee. 31

5,355
6,028
5,426

3,602
4,196
3,739

846
1,096
718

1,923
1,760
1,559

832
1,34)
1,402

505
567
470

544
472
426

628
725
718

94
105
73

151
174
193

120
136
142

103
122
118

40
40
40

120
148
152

76
68
72

1937— Mar. 31
June 30
Dec. 31

5,140 1 3,356
4,730 3,176
4,640 3,206

638
543
495

1,385
1,426
1,526

1,334
1,207
1,175

473
454
388

514
344
342

719
688
656

74
62
78

197
190
165

129
123
113

124
121
120

41
41
41

154
151
140

78
67
47

1938— Mar. 7
June 30
Sept. 28
Dee. 31

4,785
4,840
5,209
5,072

3,180
3,031
3,153
2,963

505
222
251
158

1,529
1,358
1,342
1,142

1,145
1,451
1,560
1,663

432
709
834
894

485
394
495
517

641
654
671
647

84
103
96
121

157
145
142
129

110
108
114
119

111
123
143
107

41
41
41
41

137
134
135
131

48
53
57
51

1939— Mar, 2 9 _ , _ _ _ _
June 30
Oct. 2 D
Dee. 30

5,322
5,700
5,928
6,043

2,939
3,360
3,401
3,497

68
168

831
908

2,040
2,284

134
144

128
121

112
119

115
121

41
41

129
125

56 &2,528
65 *2,731

797

2,385

582
480
662
579

658
671

315

1,086
1,123
1,156
1,275

635

129

122

98

127

41

119

58

3,148

1940— Mar. 26 8
June 29... .
Dec. 31

6,383
6,815
7,527

3,686
4,162
4,429

726
634
695

643
739

110
166

114
132

73
71

191
225

41 i
41

114
104

52
49

3,604
4,210

1941— Apr. 4 < L _ _ _ _
June 30.......
Sept. 24«
Deo. 31. ...__

8,194
8,715
8,991
8,823

5,005
5,517
5,411
5,585

771
651
819
729

7SO

204

is 6

63

213

41

103

36

5,093

8i)l

217

163

58

222

41

100

29

4,884

-_

(4)

421
207

1,092
1,245

2,650
2,977

1,286
1,324
1,615

577

1,526

3,415

311

1,623

3,652

1,620
1,751
1,920
1,679

101
99 . . .
...
111

,

6

„

2,779

1 Includes certificates of indebtedness up to and including October 17, 1934; no Treasury certificates outstanding from December 1934 until
early 1942. Treasury bills were first issued in December 1929.
2
Included in "other" bonds, notes, and debentures prior to March 5, 1934. Securities guaranteed as to interest only, first issued in July 1933
and replaced in 1934-1935 by fully guaranteed obligations, have been classified as not guaranteed.
8
Comprises bonds only, October 1928 to December 1933, inclusive, and bonds, notes, and debentures thereafter.
4
Not reported separately; included in "other" bonds, notes, and debentures. No such securities (guaranteed as to both principal and interest)
were issued until late in 1933.
s
This is the amount reported as "maturing in 1939-1943." A classification of securities by maturity was not required before December 1938.
0
Beginning with October 1939 a detailed classification of securities has not been required as of spring and autumn call dates.




ALL MEMBER BANKS

85

NO. Z6-CENTRAL RESERVE CITY MEMBER BANKS IN NEW YORK CITYCLASSIFICATION OF DEPOSITS ON CALL DATES, 1928-1941
[In millions of dollars]
Demand
Interbank
Call date
Total

Domestic

Foreign

U.S.
Government

Time
IndiInterbank
vidStates Certiand
uals,
fied
partand
politneroffiical
Total
cers' ships,
Do- Forsubdivi- checks, corpomestic eign
etc.
sions
rations,
etc.

U.S.
Gov- States
and
ernment politand
ical
postal subsav- 1 diviings sions

Individuals, partnerships,
corporations, etc.

Total

.Savings

ChristCertifimas
cates Open savacings
of
de- counts and
2
similar
posit
accounts*

20
19

11
10

1,104
1,183

560
588

66
77

478
518

61
93
133

18
18
18
18

6
7
20
33

1,221
1,109
1,195
1,112

636
639
633
617

75
69
80
77

510
401
483
417

42
50
40
37

144
184
169
182

19
18
17
38

25
16
17
13

1,231
1,296
1,270
1,026

636
642
643
452

101
107
79
96

494
548
548
477

1,304
1,275
1,135
830

33
24
6
2

144
115
79
21

49
50
60
64

26
33
19
11

1,051
1,053
971
732

409
399
342
320

124
117
109
86

518
537
520
325

4,287
4,350
4,540

801
890
937

3
4
6

5
4
1

68
76
80

10
20
7

715
,786
843

309
308
315

97
137
146

310
341
382

461
299
167

4,676
4,513
4,494

808
802
748

22
1
1

1
5
6

110
106
107

10
14

671
680620

281
282
278

133
121
97

250
272
244

7
4

109
167
201
229

368
154
360
540

4,422
4,894
5,107
5,371

724
738
701
659

1
1
1

7
7
3
7

105
69
65
56

13
12
8
4

600
649
623
591

284
294
290
292

83
106
112
94

231
246
216
204

2
3
5
1

572
369
219
224

190
354
468
323

500
149
413
524

5,329
5,924
6,104
6,479

651
603
700
610

7
4
4
4

44
27
3
3

4
6
13
12

595
567
680
591

298
301
304
310

88
75
66
55

207
186
304
225

2
4
5
1

363
428
393

140
215
225

260
357
285

496
489
457

6,471
6,891
7,274

600
617
697

4

5
4

11
10
13

586
601
679

315
330
349

48
45
30

221
222
299

2
4
1

2,171
2,014
2,108

419
575
416

129
306
382

314
368
189

354
427
404

7,237
6,934
6,507

777
797
753

5
12
7

14
17
49

758
767
696

357
356
406

27
36
31

371
371
259

3
5
1

9,801
10,459
10,688
11,012

2,173
2,514
2,498
2,C87

327
283
405
437

360
123
181
139

185
273
196
280

327
367
280
195

6,429
6,900
7,128
7,273

769
733
723
694

8
g
6
6

67
32
64
36

694
694
653
652

408
407
402
388

30
32
29
28

253
249
214
235

3
5
7
1

1939— Mar. 29
June 30.
Oct. 23 .
Dec. 30

11,621
12,633
13,791
13,764

2,731
2,992
3,573
3,542

546
516
664
689

135
84
72
74

260
288
321
251

272
472
349
178

7,677
8,281
8,812
9,030

716
708
741
743

7
8
6

53
46
52
43

655
653
683
693

389
376

26
25

236
246

4
6

386

23

283

1

1940— Mar. 263
June 29
Dec. 31

14,495
15,241
16,920

3,629
3,840
4,032

667
646
641

68
67
48

219
258
370

260 9,652
147 10,283
471 11,357

783
766
824

35
29
51

742
732
768

388
403

20
11

317
353

7
1

1941— Apr. 43
June 30
Sept. 243
Dec. 31

16,856
17,118
16,971
17,119

4,021
3,948
4,040
3,595

572
618
558
607

29
32
135
866

302
319
300
319

302
306
342
450

848
811
845
813

38
27
29
29

806
778
810
778

399

10

363

7

408

9

360

1

1928— Oct. 3
Dec 31

6,731
9,121

950
1,213

421
470

28
52

71
133

783
1,765

4,478
5,488

1,201
1,268

1929— Mar 27
June 29
Oct. 4
Dec. 31

8,043
7,166
7,669
8,837

922
1,019
940
1,198

375
379
365
464

136
78
71
20

90
144
75
128

1,488
511
1,163
1,180

5,032
5,035
5,054
5,847

1,290
1,213
1,374
1,336

18
47
40

1930— Mar 27
June 30
Sept 24
Dec. 31

7,347
8,783
7,113
8,306

959
1,311
1,106
1,349

364
423
445
463

91
79
56
37

61
123
68
110

945
1,245
596
865

4,927
5,602
4,841
5,482

1,462
1,564
1,513
1,296

1931— Mar. 25
June 30
Sept 29
Dec. 31

7,295
7,930
7,242
6,951

1,340
1,352
1,135
988

388
432
568
333

142
116
129
167

107
152
137
180

435
780
458
480

4,882
5,098
4,816
4,803

1932— June 30
Sept. 30
Dec 31

6,130
6,607
6,762

1,103
1,346
1,562

146
187
216

118
306
173

117
67
93

359
350
177

1933— June 30
Oct. 25
Dec. 30

6,948
6,577
6,536

1,254
1,215
1,200

128
100
112

332
379
422

96
71
141

1934— Mar. 5
June 30
Oct. 17
Dec. 31

7,299
7,744
8,033
8,854

1,403
1,592
1,689
1,797

154
135
116
126

843
802
559
792

1935— Mar. 4
June 29
Nov 1
Dec. 31

8,785
9,030
9,735
10,298

2,047
1,983
2,203
2,338

147
248
327
410

1936— Mar. 4
June 30
Dec 31

10,257
10,770
11,128

2,527
2,390
2,493

1937— Mar. 31 „
June 30
Dec. 31

10,623
10,623
10,006

1938— Mar. 7
June 30
Sept. 28
Dec. 31

1
1

11,629
11,895
11,595
11,282

66
57
45

1

1

6

1

5
4

4

5
5
5
5

::::::

United States Treasurer's time deposits, open account, were first established in November 1938."Christmas savings and similar accounts" are included in "open accounts" before June 1933.
» A condensed form of report was adopted for spring and autumn calls beginning with October 1939. For this reason, no breakdown of time
deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations is available; and the breakdown of interbank deposits, both demand and time, into those
of domestic and foreign banks, respectively, has been estimated.




BANKING AND MONETARY STATISTICS
NO. 27-CENTRAL RESERVE CITY MEMBER BANKS IN CHICAGO[Amounts in millions of dollars]

1

Loans and investments
Investments

Call date

Total

Total

U.S.
Government
obligations

Loans

Reserves Cash
with
in
Federal vault
Other Reserve
secu- Bank
rities

Balances
with
domestie
banks i

Total
Cusassets
tomers' SecuNumlia- rities Other
ber
bility bor- assets
of
on rowed
banks
acTotal
ceptliabiliances
ties

Caah Bank
Bal- items premances
ises, Other
in
with proc- furni- real
foress
ture estate
eign
and
of
banks1 collec- fixtion tures

1819— June 30
1,183
Nov. 17 . . 1,250
Dee, 31
1,300

912
1,024
1,086

271
225
214

156
103
90

115
122
124

113
124
132

38
37
40

160
176 .__...
168

97
112
127

11
11
11

50
47
59

1

3
5
5

1,654
1,762
1,844

20
21
21

.1,396
1,393
1,342
1,329

1,207
1,228
1,197
1,177

189
164
146
152

74
56
34
31

115
108
111
121

130
127
122
117

37
34
34
36

115
131
120
109

98
118
112
94

12 _ - _ - - _
12
12
13

73
'65
60
52

5
3
6
3

21
25
24
23

1,888
1,908
1,833
1,777

22
23
24
24

1921— Apr 28
June 30
Dec. 31

1,271
1,253
_. 1,199

1,132
1,112
1,014

139 I
141
185

33
35
42

106
106
143

118
118
121

28
27
26

99
92
97

70
86
89

15
15
17

46
40
33

4
3

20
19
12

1,671
1,654 !
1,596 i

24
25
28

1922— Mar. 10
June 30
Dec. 29

1,225
_._ 1,234
1,323

1,031
989
1,028

194
245
295

45
100
139

149
144
156

127
142
144

24
23
28

111
108
118

76
109
129

14
15
15

2
2
2

27
38
32

18
19
31

1,622
1,691
1,823

27
24
25

1,337
, 1,323
1,312
1,314

1,057
1,058
1,057
1,050

281
265
254
264.

121
114
122
125

160
150
132
139

129
134
137
133

25
22
24
26

118
117
115
123

99
103
94
135

15
22
23
20

2
2
2

27
20
26
31

1
1
1

26
22
14
20

1,780
1,766
1,747
1,803

23
24
25
24

1,293
1,369
1,540
1,499

1,023
1,064
1,207
1,157

271
305
334
342

142
167
-183
180

129
137
150
162

120
152
156
163

22
22
22
26

101
160
144
130

97
137
88
136

28
30
18
27

32
27
30
33

3

13 1,709
14 1,912
26 1 2,025
24 2,037

25
26
25
24

1,453
1,497
.... 1,543
1,560

1,126
1,191
1,243
1,252

327
306
299
308

175
154
151
154

153
152
148
154

152
152
162
150

21
20
18
17

134
164
136
117

93
144
97
159

27
31
33
26

37
21
18
21

42

23
23
25
20

1926— Apr. 12
June 30
Dec. 31

1,510
1,574
1,581

1,200
1,237
1,286

310
337
295

145
164
110

165
173
185

149
160
154

16
16
15

109
135
117

111
127
157

26
28
28

25
22
23

1927— Mar. 23
June 30. ...
Oet. 10— _ —
Dec. 31

1,607
1,664
1,716
1,810

1,246
1,304
1,373
1,394

362
360
343
416

172
173 !
163
181

189
187
180
235

156
144
171
179

15
14
13
14

103
117
103
110

25
25
24
2P

101
127
118
150

29
30
32
32

2S
19
26
30

8 ' 2,0i>7
8 2,148
7 I 2,211
16 • 2,368

22
22
22
22

1928— Feb. 28.
June 30.. „.
Oct. 3____ -.___
Dec. 31

1,792
1,909
1,910
1,910

1,356
1,461
1,505
1,519

436
448
405
391

208
211
191
174

229
237
214
217

168
155
170
169

12
12
11
14

109
129
121
128

31
21
15
14

108
132
118
191

34
34
35
35

30
30
28
41

10 !

18 i 2,444
10 2,418
14
2,516

2,294

20
21
22
18

1929— Mar. 27 .
June 29
__
Oct. 4
Dec. 31......

1,793
1,767
1,823
1,757

1,456
1,433
1,510
1,448

337
334
312
309

164
159
153
116

172
176
160
193

164
164
174
169

11
10
10
13

68
136
134
133

15
34
29
22

155
130
116
158

38
37
39
39

1

46
15
40
1
68
84 """

11 2,316
8 i 2,328
8 ; 2,401
8 2,384

16
18
18
17

1930— Mar. 27 .
June 30. ...
Sept. 24 .
Dec. 31

1,717 i 1,406
1,849 1,483
1.934 1,524
1,344
1,861

310
366
409
518

146
160
157
240

164
205
252
277

172
177
175
210

9
10
9
11

123
151
166
194

39
6
7
7

89
109
86
110

39
41
42
41

1
1

76
61
79
67

8 2,273 1
9 2,413
10 3 2,507

12

2,515 ,

16
16
16

1,853
1,754
1,644
1,517

1,261
1,190
1,129
1,038

592
563
514
480

329
346
308
288

263
217
206
101

166
169
182
160

9
17
13
13

161
175
166
122

6
5
4
3

58
78
59
87

41
29
25
25

65
55
40
45

12
11
15
27

2,372
2,204
2,152
2,008

i

W

1931— Mar. 25... _ —
June 30., _ _ .
Sept. 29
Dec. 31

1932— June 30.
. 1,277
Sept. 3 0 _ _ _ _ _ _ 1,192
1,045
Dee. 31

876
746
631

401
445
414

234
256
228

166
189
186

148
214
284

42
15
18

140
201
294

6
2
2

56
46
50

27
27
27

5
5

35
17 _ _ _ _ _ _
19

10
11

1,745
1,730
1,746

11
11
11

1933— June 30.
Oct. 25.
Dee. 30

1,287
1,196
1,259

677
701
604

610
495
655

384
284
386

226
211
269

232
415
345

34
37
45

203
185
200

2
3
4

61
50
64

28
28
28

1
5
3

25
20
18

25
8
10

1,899
1,947
1376 ;

26
26
28

1934— Mar. 5
June 30.__...
Oct. 17. ...
Dee. 31

1,440
1,445
1,542
1,581

587
556
560
532

852
889
982
1,049

639
661
764
820

213
228
218
229

308
436
455
415

42
40
35
40

157
162
167
207

4
4
6
9

52
57
76
90

27
26
26
26

2
2
4
4

21
9
7
11

15
26
44
44

2,069
2,206
2,363
2,426

25
15
17
18

537 1,167
1,704
1935— Mar. 4
485 1,107
1,592
June 29
Nov. 1
1,792
456 1,336
476 1,392
Dee. 31
1,868
For footnotes see end of table, p. 88.

955
853
1,069
1,149

212
254
267
243

359
676
581
511

34
37
33
39

183
249
188
209

10
3
1
2

70
73
83
135

25
25
25
25

4
4
10
8

12
4
5
7

44 2,445
38 i 2,701
38 2,756
40 2.S43

17
18
13
14

1020— May 4 '
June 30
Nov. 15
Dec. 29

1923— Apr. 3
June 30.
Sept. 14
Dec. 31

1924— Mar. 31
June 3Q_.__
Oct. 10
Dec. 31
1925— Apr. 6
June 30
Sept. 28
Dee. 31




3

1

1
1
4
4
|

1
1
2 j
1

::::::

"""

1,961
2,071
41 i ! 2,048
33 [ 2,085

m

41 i 1,989
2,093
40 2,117

3i ;

!

21
21
22

14
13
12
12

87

ALL MEMBER BANKS
PRINCIPAL ASSETS AND LIABILITIES ON CALL DATES, 1919-1941
[Amounts in millions of dollars]

Call date
Total

Memoranda

Capital accounts

Deposits

U.S.
Inter- Gov- Postal Other
debank2 ern- 3 sav-4
ment ings mand

Other
time

Borrowings

Accept- Other
ances liaout- bilistand- ties
ing

Total

Com- Premon ferred
stock stock5

Surplus

ReDeNet
Undi- serves mand
devided for
deprof- con- posits maud
its e tinad- 7 de- 7
gen- justed posits
cies,
etc.6

1919—June 30
Nov. 17
Dec 31

1,322
1,395
1,439

375
362
374

44
24
38

3
3
3

710
814
819

188
192
205

90
112
147

50
47
60

19
15
10

174
190
188

74
83
83

75
78
79

25
30
26

614
'704
692

862
911
934

1920— May 4
June 30
Nov 15
Dec. 29

1,349
1,378
1,335
1,27,9

344
322
301
302

2
5
11
11

3
3
2
1

794
829
808
745

206
218
214
220

256
255
209
217

73
66
60
52

14
14
15
14

194
196
213
215

84
85
92
92

81
81
83
85

29
30
38
38

696
711
696
652

946
939
902
863

1921— Apr. 28
June 30
Dec. 31

1,252
1,248
1,277

288
268
278

12
14
25

1
2
1

724
734
742

227
230
232

141
134
51

45
39
35

12
9
11

220
222
220

92
93
91

86
86
85

42
44
44

654
647
653

856
848
859

1922— Mar. 10 „
June 30
Dec. 29 -.

1,358
1,402
1,512

366
325
336

29
10
26

1
1
2

718
816
871

243
251
277

3
14
18

27
39
33

18
18
31

217
217
229

88
88
88

83
83
83

46
47
58

643
707
742

915
953
1,003

1923—Apr 3
June 30
Sept 14
Dec. 31

1,442
1,471
1,434
1,491

356
330
337
331

16 .
15
5
10

2
2
2
2

794
847
820
868

274
277
270
280

50
16
30
28

29
20
27
32

33
31
26
25

225
227
230
228

87
92
93
92

83
80
80
80

55
55
57
56

695
744
726
, 733

949
979
964
976

1924— Mar. 31
June 30
Oct. 10
Dec. 31

1,401
1,634
1,729
1,739

350
429
473
400

14
9
10
18

3
3
3
3

766
903
937
979

268
290
305
339

15
1

33
28
33
36

29
17
29
34

230
231
235
228

93
93
88
89

80
80
85
88

58
59
62
50

668
766
849
843

929
1,066
1,186
1,133

1925— Apr. 6
June 30
Sept 28
Dec. 31

1,651
1,773
1,739
1,786

390
393
359
377

27
12
10
15

3
3
3
2

883
996
999
1,008

349
369
369
385

16
11
13
24

40
21
20
22

22
32
50
34

233
233
226
219

91
91
92
91

89
89
89
90

52
53
44
38

790
852
902
848

1,051
1,108
1,143
1,151

1926— Apr 12
June 30
Dec 31

1,692
1,773
1,811

382
382
371

12
7
9

2
2
2

906
984
1,016

390
398
412

IS
36
8

26
23
25

28
33
42

225
228
231

96
96
96

- 98
98
99

31
33
37

795
857
859

1,095
1,120
1,158

1927— Mar. 23
June 30
Oct. 10
Dec. 31

1,750
1,839
1,899
2,009

377
344
372
352

20
11
22
10

2
2
2
2

947
,042
,053
.128

405
440
450
518

21
11
5
16

25
20
27
32

33
34
30
43

239
244
249
268

97
97
100
110

100
100
100
113

41
46
49'
45

845
915
935
978

1,141
1,180
1,227
1,261

1928— Feb. 28
June 30
Oct. 3
Dec. 31

1,946
2,027
2,014
2,068

371
332
380
359

3
4
8
6

2
2
2
2

,043
,090
,083
,166

528
600
542
535

11
64
46
70

31
31
30
43

36
42
33
35

270
279
294
300

111
111
115
115

113
113
118
118

46
55
40
41

22
26

934
958
964
975

1,215
1,204
1,222
1,210

1929— Mar. 27
June 29
Oct. 4
Dec. 31

1,815
1,866
1,927
1,879

345
352
364
363

33
21
16
8

1
2
2
2

,026
,079
,114
,115

409
413
431
390

93
57
48
41

47
40
69
86

48
50
41
62

314
314
316
316

143
146
149
149

116
122
121
121

30
23
25
22

25
23
21
24

872
949
998
957

1,170
1,157
1,217
1,187

1930— Mar. 27 „
June 30
Sept. 24
Dec. 31

1,830
1,977
2,036
2,047

405
430
426
432

7
9
5
25

3
3
4
5

,025
,078
,076
,120

391
458
525
464

2
23
2

78
63
80
69

42
54
.43
77

321
318
326
320

149
150
151
150

121
122
124
124

26
25
29
26

24
21
22
21

935
969
990
1,010

1,199
1,233
1,231
1,242

1931— Mar. 25..,
June 30
Sept. 29
Dec. 31_

1,933
1,893
1,783
1,624

468
402
357
318

30
25
12
16

7
12
12
17

958
998
987
913

470
456
415
360

6

1

67
56
41
46

44
50
42
63

322
295
284
270

150 _
139
130
130

125
114
114
114

26
23
21
16

21
18
19
10

900
919
928
826

1,163
1,148
1,106
1,034

1932—June 30 ...
1,356
Sept. 30.,_._ 1,424
Dec. 31
1,509

252
301
295

21
32
18

42
30
11

747
779
888

293
281
296

53
40

36
17
20

31
32
21

269
216
195

130
130
120

114
64
55

10
14
13

15
8
7

692
733
838

801
838
926

1933—June 30
Oct. 25. .
Dec. 30 .

1,645
1,690
1,720

262
268
272

46
50
41

6
5
5

973
1,018
1,049

359
347
354

26
20
19

24
28
33

204
208
203

123
123
75 "~50~

56
56
43

11
15
13

15
15
22

912
968
984

991
1,069
1,083

1934— Mar. 5
June 30
Oct. 17.
Dec. 31

1,790
1,937
2,098
2,154

338
395
436
447

70
47
31
46

4
1
1
1

1,014
,133
,272
,278

364
361
358
381

22
11
' 8
11

28
30
28
35

229
228
230
226

74
70
71
71

75
76
76
76

38
37
37
38

12
15
15
11

31
29
31
30

962
1,077
1,196
1,189

1,158
1,321
1,477
1,448

1935— Mar. 4
June 29
Nov. 1
Dec. 31

2,174
2,427
2,495
2,574

508
507
532
526

41
20
62
98

,250
,431
,499
1,536

374
469
403 —
413

12
5
6
7

29
42
27
33

230
228
228
229

71
71
70
70

76
76
76
66

37
38
38
45

14
12
15
13

31
30
29
35

1,179
1,357
1,416
1,401

1,520
1,634
1,822
1,827




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BANKING AND MONETARY STATISTICS

88

NO. 27-CENTRAL RESERVE CITY MEMBER BANKS IN CHICAGO-PRINCIPAL
ASSETS AND LIABILITIES ON CALL DATES, 1919-1941-Continued
[Amounts in millions of dollars]
Loans and investments
Investments
Call date

Total

Loans
Total

U.S.
Government
obligations

Reserves
with
Federal
Other Reserve
secuBank
rities

Cash Bank
CusBalBaltomitems premin
ances ances
ises, Other ers' Secuwith with proc- furni- real
lia- rities Other
ture estate bility bor- aasete
ess
domes- forand
of
tic 1 eign 1
on rowed
banks banks collec- fixaction tures
ceptances

Cash
in
vault

Total
assets

Total
labilities

Number
of
banks

1836— Mar. 4
June 30
Dec. 31.

1,946
1,951
2,100

476
533
633

1,470
1,419
1,467

1,220
1,106
1,201

250
312
266

480
749
558

35
38
32

195
195
188

2
2
2

96
147
159

25
25
23

8
8
7

5
4
4

36 , 2,827
45 3,162
36 3,108

15
15
14

1937— Mar 31
June 30
Dec 31

1,868
1,969
1,901

649
675
635

1,220
1,295
1,266

947
1,001
1,010

273
294
255

482
596
596

21
27
27

93
156
179

1
2
2

1H
130
146

22
22
22

7
7
6

9
3
3

26
25
24

2,643
2,938
2,906

12
13
13

X938— Mar 7
June 30
Sept. 28
Dec. 31.

1,997
1,806
1,889
1,969

614
525
522
539

1,382
1,281
1,367
1,430

1,108
981
1,047
1,114

275
300
319
316

566
936
856
884

22
31
32
35

135
208
198
235

2
2
2
2

84
106
99
120

22
21
21
21

6
6

8

3
3
3
2

19 | 2,855
16 3,135
18 3,123
15 3,289

13
13
13
13

1939— Mar. 29
June 30
Oct 2
Dec. 30

1,965
2,052
2,050
2,105

545
544
563
569

1,420
1,507
1,487
1,536

1.100
1,175
1,172
1,203

319
332
315
333

705
897
1,080
993

22
26
37
42 '

178
235
237
283

2
2
2
1

100
118
107
128

21
21
21
20

6
6
6
5

2
2
2
3

17 3,018
15 3,374
17 ! 3,558
15 3,595

13
13
13
14

1940— Mar. 26 ... ,. 2,222
2,205
June 29
Dec. 31 .„ . 2,377

564
603
696

1,658
1,602
1,681

1,319
1,258
1,307

339
344
375

909
1,187
1,051

25
39
42

195
242
319

I

109
100
165

20
20
20

5
5
4

4
3
3

16
15
13

3,507
3,815
3,995

13
13
13

1941— Apr. 4.... . 2,649
2,707
June 30
Sept. 24
, 2,573
Dec. 31
p 2,760

780
846
918
954

1,869
1,861
1,655
1,806

1,466
1,483
1,304
1,430

403
377
351
376

815
1,062
1,278
1,021

20
41
39
43

283
262
271
298

137
150
142
204

20
19
19
19

4
3
3
2

2
3
2
2

17
16
15
14

3,945
4,264
4,341
4,363

13
14
13
13

Deposits

Gall date

U.S.
Gov- Postal Other
saverndement 3 ings 4 mand

Other
time

Total

Interbank 2

jg3g— Mar 4
June 30
Dec 31

2,571
2,879
2,839

597
641
604

81
102
72

1,486
1,693
1,713

1937— Mar. 31
June 30
Dec 31

2,379
2,675
2,636

601
542
534

96
41
65

1,242
1,639
1,584

440
452
454

1938— Mar 7
June 30
Sept. 28
Dec 31

2,594
2,869
2,850
3.019

694
646
667

92
86
62
83

.:::::

1,456
1,629
1,683
1,808

1939— Mar 29
June 30
Oct 2
Dec 30

2,741
3,090
3,274
3,330

844
759
867
888

83
60
63
83

"in:

1940— Mar 26
June 29
Dec 31

3,235 1,004
956
3,541
'1,004
3,710

1941 — Apr 4
June 30
Sept. 24
Dec. 31 •„

3,658
3,970
4,044
4,057

Borrowings

407
444
449

1,158
1,018
1,089
1,035

Memoranda

Capital accounts
Accept- Other
ances liabilioutjtand- ties
ing

Total

Com- Premon ferred
stock stock5

Surplus

DeReUndi- serves mand
vided for
deprof- con* posits
adtinito«
gen- justed7
cies,
etc.6

Net
demand
depoaits7

5
4
4

25
42
22

226
236
244

71
71
80

66
66
46

45
45
61

14
22
26

29
33
30

1,390
1,546
1,554

1,884
2,101
2,050

9
4
4

15
15
11

238
245
255

90
90
90

36
36
36

61
65
66

19
20
28

32
34
34

1,128
1,509
1,438

1,737
1,941
1,863

462
459
459
461

4
3
3
3

13
13
14
10

245
249
256
257

100
101
101
101

26
26
26
26

66
67
67
72

19
22
27
29

33
33
35
29

1,372
,523
,585
,688

1,919
2,104
2,108
2,217

1,349
1,784
1,854
1,867

464
488
490
492

2
3
3
4

14
11
11
11

261
270
270
250

101
101
101
101

26
26
26
1

72
72
74
87

32
39
38
30

30
33
32
32

,250
,665
,747
,739

2,012
2,263
2,452
2,441

84
83
94

1,653
1.998
2,107

494
504
504

4
3
3

15
11
12

253
260
270

101
101
100

1
1
2

87
87
104

31
36
29 I

33
34
35

1,544
1,898
1,941

2,448
2,695
2,721

113
100
95
127

1,892
2,356
2,370
2,419

496
498
491
476

2
3
2
2

15
12
15
16

270
279
279
288

100
100
100
100

2
2
2
2

104
104
109
121

28
36
31
29

37
37
37
37

1,755
2,205
2,228
2,215

2,743
3,061
3,146
3,084

1

"Balances with foreign banks" are included in "balances with domestic banks" prior to May 4, 1920, and in "other assets*' from May 4,
1920, to December 31, 1926.
2 Before October 3, 1928, all interbank deposits were reported as "due to banks" and were assumed to be demand deposits.
* Includes United States Treasurer's time deposits, open account. Such accounts were first opened in November 1938; before that time all
United States Government deposits were demand deposits.
* Prior to June 30, 1921, figures represent postal savings deposits at national banks only. Under specific provisions of law, postal savings
deposits were subject to the reserve requirements applicable to time deposits from June 21,1917, to August 23,1935, but they were in fact demand
deposits until the passage of the Banking Act of 1933, when the terms under which such deposits were made were amended BO as to conform to
the definition of time deposits.
* Includes capital notes and debentures issued by State member banks (national banks do not issue them). Preferred stock was not issued
by member banks before the banking holiday of 1933.
8
The composition of undivided profits and reserves has been changed from time to time; see introductory text, p. 71.
7
For definitions of "demand deposits adjusted" and "net demand deposits" see introductory text, p, 65.




ALL MEMBER BANKS

89

NO. 28-CENTRAL RESERVE CITY MEMBER BANKS IN CHICAGO-CLASSIFICATION OF LOANS ON CALL DATES, 1928-1941
[In millions of dollars]
Loans on securities, except to banks

Open market paper

To brokers
and
dealers

Acceptances
payable
in U. S.

Total
loans

Call date

1

Total

ComBills
merpaycial
able
paper
Own Accept- abroad
bought
accept- ances
ances1 of other
banks

Real estate loans

To
others

Total

Total

Outside
New
York
City

In
New
York
City

On
other
real
estate

On
farm
land

Loans
to
banks

Other 1
loans

1928— Oct. 3 .
Dec. 31

,505
,519

24
16

1
1

3
1

21
14

914
982

119
75

252
309

543
598

44
42

3
3

41
39

35
40

487
440

1929— Mar. 27
June 29
Oct. 4
Dec. 31

,456
,433
,510
,448

23
10
9
19

8
1
1
9

5
3
.4
5

10
6
4
5

806
774
820
784

18
48
59
11

311
242
257
240

477
484
504
533

22
24
21
21

2
2
2
2

19
22
19
19

62
67
68
88

544
559
592
535

,406
,483
,524
,344

47
77
63
50

3
2
7
18

11
19
13
14

33
56
42
18

808
816
920
718

140
99
233
45

194
229
239
201

"474
487
448
472

20
19
18
20

2
2
2
2

18
18
16
18

58
50
41
55

472
521
482
501

1931— Mar 25
June 30
Sept. 29
Dec. 31

,261
,190
,129
,038

60
66
50
33

11

14
3
2
2

25
42
23
10

21
21'
24
9

721
619
605
533

111
51
27
3

159
133
157
124

452
435
421
407

18
19
25
23

2
2
2
1

16
17
24
22

41
70
65
87

422
417
384
361

1932—June 30
Sept. 30
Dec. 31

876
746
631

36
62
60

15
29
23

5
16
22

5
6
5.

11
12
9

455
378
300

1
1
1

93
85
67

361
292
231

26
26
20

1
1
1

25
25
18

77
53
42

282
227
210

677
701
604

69
77
71

24
27
32

27
25
15

7
7
8

12
19
16

312
312
259

13
16
18

48
51
33

251
245
208

30
32
30

3
2
1

26
30
28

30
26
22

237
254
222

587
556
560
532

69
54
69
77

27
21
18
16

18
13
20
29

7
1
7
5

17
18
25
27

254
249
224
225

15
19
24
26

36
41
23
29

203
188
178
170

28
21
20
18

1
1
1
1

27
20
19
17

16
13
11
11

221
219
238
202

1935— Mar. 4.
June 29
Nov. 1
. Dec. 31

537
485
456
476

51
31
28
29

12
12
11
14

14
4
3
1

3
1
1
1

21
14
13
12

228
197
180
178

28

30
33
25
28

171
163
154
149

17
15
15
15

1
1
1
1

16
14
14
14

8
7
6
6

232
236
227
249

1936— Mar, 4
June 30
Dec. 31

476
533
633

26
24
21

12
10
8

2
3
3

1
2
1

10
10
10

180
204
191

32
59
50

148
145
140

13
J4
13

1
1
1

13
14
13

5
5
6

251
284
402

1937— Mar. 31
June 30
Dec 31

649
675
635

18
26
26

2
6
6

2
3
1

1
1
2

12
16
16

207
196
171

52
50
41

155
145
129

14
13
12

1

13
13
11

4
2
1

407
437
426

1938— Mar 7
June 30
Sept 28

614
525
522

27
15
18

6
3
3

1

2
1

19
11

152
138
143

39
29
31

113
109
111

11
10
10

1930— Mar. 27
June 30
Sept, 24
Dec. 31

1933 —June 30
Oct. 25
Dec. 30
1934— Mar. 5
June 30
Oct. 17.
Dec. 31

...

. .

...

rs

Open market paper

Call date

Commercial
loans

Agricultural
loans

Total

Bills
CommerTo
payTo
broable
cial
kers others
Own Accept- abroad paper
bought and
accept- ances
dealers
ances c f other
banks

423
361
351

Real estate loans

I+oans for,
purchasing
or carrying
securities

Acceptances
payable in
U.S.

Total
loans

11
10
10

Total

On
farm
land

On
residential
property

Other

Loans
to
banks

Other
loans

Dec 31

539

319

17

16

2

13

43

70

12

7

5

1939 — Mar 29
June 30
Oct. 2 2
Dec 30

545
544
563
569

340
329

22
19

14
15

1
2

1

13
11

32
39

70
71

12
12

7
7

5
6

57
59

365

6

17

2 .

2

13

41

66

13

8

5

60

1940— Mar. 262
June 29
Dec 31

564
603
696

417
476

8
5

16
17

2
2

1
I

13
14

23
42

61
54

16
19

8
10

8
8

62
84

1941 — Apr 4 a
June 30 2
Sept. 24
Dec 31

780
846
918
954

609

5

21

2

2

17

36

55

20

11

8

711

6

21

3

2

16

48

52

22

13

8

1938

1
2

'

Reporting banks' "own acceptances" are included in "other loans" prior to December 1931.
Beginning with October 1939 a detailed classification of loans has not been required as of spring and autumn call dates.




1

62

101
1

95

BANKING AND MONETARY STATISTICS

90

NO. 29-CENTRAL RESERVE CITY MEMBER BANKS IN CHICAGO-CLASSIFICATION OF INVESTMENTS ON CALL DATES, 192MM1
[In millions of dollars]

Other domestic securities

U. S. Government obligations

Total
investments

Call date

Total

Obligations
Bonds, notes, and
of
debentures
Direct
States
Guarand
anteed polit- Total Government
ical
agencies
subdiviRail- Util- Other
not
Bills" Notes Bonds
guar- roads8 ities'
sions
anteed
byU.S.2

Corporate
stocks

Foreign
securities

F,R.
Bank

Other

Total
securities
maturing in
5 years
or less

1928— Oct 3
Dec 31

405
391

191
174

19
7

47
41

125
125

90
94

106
107

16
21

22
19

54
49

7
7

8
11

18
16

1929— Mar 27
June 29
Oct 4
Dec 31

337
334
313
309

164
159
153
116

8
5
3
3

50
35
34
19

106
119
116
94

72
93
86
96

92
75
63
81

10
11
10
13

16
12
10
16

53
37
30
37

8
S
8
8

5
7
5
7

8
7
11
15

1930— Mar 27
June 30
Sept 24
Dec 31

310
366
409
518

146
160
157
240

10
5
53
78

17
26
24
39

119
129
81
123

81
101
133
139

67
86
97
115

11
11
12
14

14
19
20
23

28
43
50
64

8
8
8
8

5
5
6
6

17
19
22
23

1931— Mar 25
June 30
Sept 29
Dec 31

592
563
514
480

329
346
308
288

193
177
178
152

27
32
38
39

108
137
92
98

127
91
93
85

105
112
100
96

13
15
11
11

25
32
21
18

52
50
56
54

81
8
8
7

6
8
5
5

30
15
13
11

1932— June 30
Sept. 30
Dec 31

401
445
414

234
256
228

106
136
127

57
49
12

72
71
89

63
61
75

95
118
102

12
10
7

17
27
25

53
50
55

7
7
7

5
23
8

9
10
9

1933— June 30
Oct. 25.. .....
Dec. 30

610
495
655

384
284
386

206
143
242

82
10
15

97
130
129

87
80
90

127
121
166

18
16
16

33
28
27

59
58
104

6
6
6

11
13
14

11
11
12

852
889
982
1,049

564
585
687
743

300
123
209
164

121
194
2Q6
299

142
268
271
279

75
76
77
78

99
114
122
129

102
96
89
90

1
2
2
1

18
14
14
15

27
26
25
23

37
35
31
33

6
6
6
6

14
13
12
12

12
19
6
10

1,167
„.. 1,107
1,336
1,392

877
766
973
1,061

278
63
165
213

288
373
586
604

312
330
222
243

78
87
96
88

116
151
165
141

83
88
86
88

1
1
1
1

15
15
15
15

22
25
27
24

26
29
29
27

6
6
6
6

13
12
8
15

13
16
16 ..„-...
14

1,470
1936— Mar 4
June 30... . . 1,419
1,467
Dec. 31

1,131
1,014
1,107

323
29
198

586
584
375

222
401
533

89
92
94

147
172
143

91
123
112

I
16
16

18
19
22

24
35
30

27
32
28

5
5
5

16
15
11

12
17
11

1937— Mar. 31
June 30
Dec. 31

1,220
1,295
1,266

853
907
.916

37
30
32

303
366
366

513
511
518

94
94
94

160
173
135

105
115
114

17
24
28

26
24
20

22
25
25

24
26
24

6
6
6

11
11
11

7
6

1938— Mar. 7
June 30
Sept. 28
Dec. 31.

1,382
1,281
1,367
1,430

1,008
859
921
1,005

153
12
1
59

371
313
310
291

484
535
611
655

100
122
126
109

136
140
144
141

130
148
161
161

26
20
23
27

20
23
24
23

26
37
43
45

25
34
38
36

6
6
6
6

27
28
28
24

8
11
14
15

6629

1939— Mar. 29.,.. „
June 30
Oct. 2 H
Dec. 30

1,420
1,507
1,487
1,536

992
1,040
1,017
1,031

121
185

212
234

660
621

26
27

22
20

44
48

36
39

6
6

23
23

14
16

5609
*729

176

701

149
154
147
162

157
163

153

108
135
155
172

156 1

25

25

43

34

6

23

15

685

1940— Mar. 26"
June 29
Dec. 31

„.

1,658
1,602
1,681

1,180
1,125
1.J94

710
752

139
134
112

175
177
188

155
17c

32
41

27
33

37
33

32
41

6
6

22
22

12
12

730
781

1941— Apr. 4 6
June 30
Sept 24 «
Dec. 31

.. 1,869
1,861
1,655
1,806

1,342
1,346
1,145
1,311

125
138
159
119

226
190
175
182

178

46

33

34

39

6

20

10

922

185

51 .

33

30

46

7

17

8

759

1934— Mar. 5 .
June 30
Oct. 17.
Dec 31
1935— Mar. 4
June 29
Nov. 1
Dec. 31_

1

254
297

161
145

417

125 ""§03"

256

153

903

(')

Includes certificates of indebtedness up to and including October 17, 1934; no Treasury certificates outstanding from December 1934 xmtil
early2 1942. Treasury bills were first issued in December 1929.
Included in "other" bonds, notes, and debentures prior to March 5, 1934. Securities guaranteed as to interest only, first issued in July 1933
and 8
replaced in 1934-1935 by fully guaranteed obligations, have been classified as not guaranteed.
Comprises bonds only, October 1928 to December 1933, inclusive, and bonds, notes, and debentures thereafter.
4
Not reported separately; included in' 'other'' bonds, notes, and debentures. No such securities (guaranteed as to both principal and interest)
were6issued until late in 1933.
This is the amount reported as "maturing in 1939-1943." A classification of securities by maturity was not required before December 1938.
9
Beginning with October 1939 a detailed classification of securities has not been required as of spring and autumn call dates.




ALL MEMBER BANKS

91

NO. 30-CENTRAL RESERVE CITY MEMBER BANKS IN CHICAGO-CLASSIFICATION OF DEPOSITS ON CALL DATES, 1928-1941
[In millions of dollars]
Demand
Interbank
Call date
Total

Domestic

Foreign

U.S.
Government

Time
IndiU.S.
Interbank
Gov- States
vidStates Certiernuals,
and
fied
and
partment politand
politand
Total
nerical
offiical
Do- For- postal subcers' ships,
submestic eign sav-1 dividivi- checks, corpoings
sions
etc. rations,
sions
etc.

Individuals, partnerships,
corporations, etc.

Total

Savings

ChristCertifimas
cates Open savacof
ings
de- counts and
2
posit
similar
accounts2

2
2

37
31

504
504

274
276

63
74

168
154

6
10
7

1
2
2
2

34
43
72
58

375
370
358
332

188
199
184
156

74
47
56
54

114
124
118
122

22
16
16
18

19
22
33
23

3
3
4
5

50
90
121.
73

341
368
404
391

165
167
171
184

54
62
82
73

122
139
151
134

533
498
455
389

27
16
18
10

29
14
10
1

7
12
12
17

63
37
21
11

407
419
395
349

197
205
198
185

56
66
52
41

155
149
145
123

664
729
813

350
325
319

13
13
12

2
1

42
30
11

9
4
2

284
278
295

133
136
148

49
40
42

101
102
105

16
13
15

870
920
911

365
353
359

6
5
5

1
1
1

358
347
353

271
275
288

34
41
36

52
31
27

1
1
2

133
174
166
182

16
15
20
23

865
944
1,086
1,073

368
363
358
382

1

364
361
357
381

296
301
318 330

33
21
18
17

32
36
19
32

3
3
3
2

41
20
62
98

184
198
204
208

19
24
22
27

1,047
1,208
,274
,301

374
469
403
413

374
469
403
413

331
348
351
362

20
45
19
19

20
73
30
30

3
3
3
3

4
5
5

81
102
72

217
221
191

26
27
27

,243
,444
,495

407
444
449

407
444
449

356
368
380

18
43
37

30
30
30

3
3
3

596
536
528

5
6
5

96
41
65

203
208
207

38
22
23

,001
,409
,354

440
452
454

8

440
452
445

376
391
391

31
27
21

30
30
31

3
3
3

2,132
2,410
2,391
2,558

576
688
636
658

7
6
10
9

92
86
62
83

170
221
204
181

17
23
24
29

,270
,386
,455
,597

462
459
459
461

16
16
21
9

445
443
439
452

390
394
390
405

20
15
15
15

34
33
33
32

1
1

1939— Mar. 29
June 30
Oct. 2 a
Dec 30

2,277
2,602
2,781
2,835

834
746
853
879

10
12
14
9

83
60
60
80

141
197
195
167

26
22
27
24

,182
,565
,632
,676

464
488
493
495

12
17
21
10

452
471
469
483

406
415

15
24

30
31

1
1

3
3

428

24

30 _ _ _ _ _ _

1940— Mar. 26 3
June 29
Dec. 31

2,737
3,033
3,201

997
949
997

7
7
8

80
79
90

133
199
174

18
17
27

,503
,782
,905

498
508
509

5
5
5

11
15
8

482
489
496

429
436

29
29

30
31

1

1941— Apr. 43......
June 30
Sept. 243
Dec. 31

3,158
3,468
3,554
3,581

1,151
1,010
1,081
1,027

7
8
8
8

108
95
95
127

181
213
228
233

26
33
29
34

1,685
2,109
2,112
2,152

500
502
491
476

5
5

10
17
22

486
480
469
476

429

26

24

1

425

26

25

1928— Oct 3
Dec. 31

,447
,509

349
328

8
9

8
6

90
53

32
39

961.
1,074

567
558

1929— Mar. 27
June 29
Oct. 4
Dec. 31

,383
,423
,462
,460

310
314
312
310

14
9
20
26

33
21
16
.8

27
73
39
42

966
34
21
985
27 1,048
32. 1,041

432
444
464
419

23
22
19

1930— Mar. 27
June 30
Sept. 24
Dee. 31

,397
,479
,459
,537

338
370
356
365

27
22
22
26

7
9
5
25

27
54
45
69

23
29
31
24

975
994
1,000
1,027

434
499
577
510

1931— Mar. 25
June 30
Sept. 29
Dec. 31

,400
,396
,328
,235

388
345
284
274

24
28
45
32

30
25
12
16

36
108
75
41

15
19
16
16

907
870
897
856

1932— June 30
Sept. 30
Dec 31

,007
,099
,189

235
285
279

3
3
4

21
32
18

70
38
62

14
12
13

1933 — June 30
Oct. 25
Dec 30

,280
,337
,362

259
266
270

2
2
2

46
50
41

87
86
122

1934— Mar 5
June 30
Oct. 17
Dec 31

,422
,574
,739
,772

336
391
434
445

2
2
2
2

70
47
31
46

1935— Mar 4
June 29
Nov 1
Dec 31

1,799
1,958
2,092
2,160

505
504
527
522

3
3
4
4

193g — Mar 4
June 30
Dec 31

2,164
2,435
2,389

594
635
599

1937— Mar 31
June 30
Dec. 31

1,939
2,223
2,182

1938— Mar 7
June 30
Sept. 28
Dec. 31

1
8
8

24
21
21

1
1

4

1
1
1

United States Treasurer's time deposits, open account, were first established in November 1938.
"Christmas savings and similar accounts" are included in "open accounts" before June 1933.
A condensed form of report was adopted for spring and autumn calls beginning with October 1939. For this reason, no breakdown of time
deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations is available; and the breakdown of interbank deposits, both demand and time, into those
of domestic and foreign banks, respectively, has been estimated.




BANKING AND MONETARY STATISTICS

92

NO. 31-RESERVE CITY MEMBER BANKS-PRINCIPAL
[Amounts in millions of dollars!
Loans and investments
Investments
Call date

Total

Total

U.S.
Government
obligations

Loans

.Reserves Cash
with
in
Federal vault
Other Reserve
secu- Banks
rities

Balances
with
domestic
banks
i

Cash Bank
CusTotal
tomBal- items premassets
ances
iseSj Other ers' Secuin
Numwith proc- furni- real
lia- rities Other
ber
foress
ture estate bility bor- assets
of
and
of
on rowed
eign
banks
acbanks collec- fixTotal
i
tion tuires
ceptliabiliances
ties

1919— June 30
Nov 17
Dec. 31

7,058
7,815
8,187

4,979
5,820
6,122

2,079
1,995
2,065

1,180
1,001
1,025

900
994
1,039

502
560
594

160
174
209

799
999
954

500
713
769

156
166
171

27
30
30

163
207
225

• 108
72
65

46 9,519
40 10,778
44 11,248

535
544
554

1920— May 4
June 30
Nov 15
Dec. 29

8,492
8,438
8,524
8,419

6,565
6,614
6,746
6,653

1,927
1,824
1,778
1,766

877
791
745
716

1,050
1,033
1,033
1,050

595
569
569
555

182
186
181
203

752
736
734
636

640
700
751
604

180
183
195
198

31
30
30
31

251
234
199
175

* 57
64
61
78

79
85
94
94

11,259
11,227
11,339
10,994

568
575
583
586

1921 —Apr. 28 . _.. 8,035
7,929
June 30
7,676
Dec. 31

6,296
6,169
5,906

1,740
1,760
1,770

683
667
697

1,057
1,093
1,073

530
517
546

167
156
137

523
542
600

433
520
563

205
214
235

38
34
36

125
113
100

67
58
60

71 10,196
75 10,158
80 10,035

585
587
585

1922-=Mar, 10
June 30
Deo 29

7,672
7,936
8,623

5,837
5,824
6,224

1,834
2,112
2,400

757
945
1,193

1,077
1,167
1,207

545
585
621

135
137
172

696
719
738

464
600
690

242
252
264

45
48
52

80
78
112

46
32
31

7.6 10,002
85 10,472
103 11,405

584
591
574

1923— Apr 3
June 30
Sept. H.
Dec. 31

8,968
9,109
9,062
8,959

6,536
6,657
6,686
6,634

2,432
2,452
2,376
2,326

1,257
1,248
1,187
1,093

1,175
1,204
1,189
1,232

646
620
628
615

150
130
161
164

696
652
666
714

665
636
666
830

274
279
289
297

56
61
57
55

121
100
84
106

28
28
31
31

95
86
92
97

11,698
11,701
11,735
11,869

569
569
565
560

1924— Mar. 31
June 30
Oct. 10
Deo. 31

9,093
9,104
9,645
9,908

6,777
6,702
6,959
7,106

2,316
2,402
2,686
2,802

1,096
1,112
1,278
1,339

1,220
1,291
1,408
1,463

616
635
702
726

146
150
161
179

674
862
1,157
968

650
706
679
858

308
325
331
339

59
53
54
53

107
77
79
120

28
31
28
27

91
87
106
122

11.772
12,030 1
' 12,942 i
13,300

554
552
555
549

1925— Apr 6
June 30
Sept. 28_,«,___
Dec 31

10,230
10,298
10,591
10,728

7,358
7,443
7,713
7,842

2,872
2,855
2,877
2,886

1,388
1.331
1,342
1,319

1,484
1,525
1,535
1,567

721
740
720
746

156
156
156
176

842
810
803
886

658
776
699
963

346
355
359
362

112
54
50
83
51 , 89
113
51

19
18
19
22

126
135
113
109

13,265
13,421
13,599
14,156

551
553
550
549

1926— Apr. 12
June 30
Dec. 31

10,913
10,920
11,021

7,956
7,987
8,165

2,957
2,932
2,855

1,408
1,326
1,183

1,549
1,606
1,673

747
745
749

164
156
156

812
850
846

785
826
934

372
376
384

51
50
52

111
95
129

24
25
25

113 14,092
117 14,159
143 14,439

544
544
540

1927— Mar. 23
June 30
Oct. 10
Dee. 31

11,355
11,482
11,704
11,904

8,195
8,291
8,390
8,462

3,160
3,191
3,314
3,442

1,417
1,408
1,482
1,547

1,743
1,783
1,832
1,895

776
751
766
815

161
162
162
158

785
807
844
899

64
54 i
59 |
49

660
825
784
864

386
397
403
405

56
55
58
58

118
109
135
172

22
17
15
22

74
77
92
04

14,458
14,737
15,022
15,439

523
522
528
533

1928— Feb. 28
June 30
Get. 3
Dee. 31

11,865
12,192
12,211
12,156

8,356
8,657
8,681
8,702

3,509
3,535
3,536
3,454

1,632
1,599
1,703
1,662

1,877
1,936
1,827
1,791

801
784
793
779

157
146
153
167

804
806
835
899

57
46
46
47

707
739
858
1,035

403
415
412
415

59 '160
60
156
58 i 164
213
60

15
22
22
21

89
85
99 !
90

15,115
15,451
15,653
15,882

532
530
523
517

1929— Mar. 27
June 29
Oct. 4
Dec. 31

_ 12,132
12,065
12,161
12,029

8X733
8,789
9,085
9,084

3,400
3,276
3,075
2,944

1,732
1,607
1,519
1,368

1,668
1,670
1,557
1,576

764
772
766
751

149
124
146
156

766
801
829
947

49
42
37
38

736
773
804
1,041

403
422
427
435

63
62
61
63

170
162
219
285

21
23
20
24

101
105
98
104

15,359
15,351
15,567
15,874

495
488
469
458

1930— Mar. 27
June 30
Sept. 24
Dec. 31

11,858
11,852
12,038
11,897

8,752
8,533
8,500
8,379

3,105
3,319
3,537
3,517

1,516
1,525
1,628
1,486

1,590
1,794
1,909
2,031

772
787
772
771

138
136
128
169

849
1,133
1,220
1,142

41
45
45
53

584
738
543
764

433
436
438
449

66
68
72
67

260
221
210
246

14
14
13
10

106
100
116
104

15,122
15,532
15,596
15,672

440
430
421
402

1931— Mar. 25
June 30
Sept. 29
Dec. 31

12,113
11,814
11,372
10,598

8,028
7,627
7,325
6,852

4,085
4,186
4,047
3,746

1,984
2,062
1,993
1,844

2,101
2,125
2,054
1,902

785
803
720
652

132
151
163
154

1,403
1,188
881
751

67
70
37
33

447
594
459
619

448
448
441
426

74
79
79
80

182
171
127
126

14
11
9
5

126 15,792
124 5,454
124 14,411
109 13,553

397
383
366
352

1932— June 30
Sept. 30
Dec. 31

9,768
9,788
9,489

6,015
5.806
5,542

3,753
3,981
3,948

1,953
2,209
2,234

1,800
1,772
1,714

619
609
646

131
119
126

871
1,078
1,240

29
29
28

392
365
417

420 i
418
412

86
96
108

62
56
47

4
4
5

115 13,499
123 12,684
117 12,636

329
327
322

1933— June 30. .__„ 8,492
8,756
Oct. 25
8,898
Dec. 30

4, '482
4,605
4,553

4,011
4,151
4,344

2,483
2,605
2,823

1,528
1,546
1,522

705
739
857

122
135
153

1,002
958
969

31
35
38

401
338
420

338
338
338

91
103
105

45
47
58

2
1
4

117 11,346
97 11,547
116 11,955

285
294
299

.. 9,376
9,609
9,826
0,028

4,466
4,394
,385
,312

4,911
5,214
5,441
5,715

3,390
3,535
3,733
4,088

1,521
1,679
1,708
1,628

985
1,197
1,229
1,268

147
154
193
207

1,176
1,397
1,422
1,543

26
28
43
49

341
411
476
537

337
334
333
331

113
119
127
131

53
41
42
41

3
1

119
119
115
116

12,675
13,409
13,805
14,252

308
328
328
328

,270 5,766
0,036
1935— Mar, 4
,165 5,986
June 29
_ 0,151
,268 6,253
Nov. 1
0,'521
0,780 4,347 6,432
Dec. 31
For footnotes see end of table, p. 94.

4,100
4,283
4,547
4,731

1,666
1,703
1,706
1,701

1,386
1,403
1,591
1,594

197
213
218
256

1,690
1,607
1,849
1,779

43
24
17
13

432
471
579
752

335
334
335
337

136
139
146
148

35
30
31
35

122
98
93
100

14,412
14,471
15,379
15,794

329
329
336
336

1934— Mar. 5 ..
June 30

Oct. i7.»..;_
Dec. 31




ALL MEMBER BANKS

93

ASSETS AND LIABILITIES ON CALL DATES, 1919-1941
[Amounts in millions of dollars]
Capital accounts

Deposits

Borrowings

Accept- Other
ances liaout- bilistand- ties
ing

Total

U.S.
Inter- Gov- Postal Other
bank2 ern- 3 savdement ings* mand

Other
time

igig— june 30
Nov. 17
Deo. 31

7,119
8,165
8,546

1,504
1,807
1,816

326
123
274

26
23
23

4,104
4,741
4,786

1,159
1,470
1,647

780
933
1,029

167
214
229

1920— May 4
June 30
Nov. 15
Dec. 29

8,217
8,281
8,319
7,980

1,543
1,440
1,432
1,348

58
101
101
129

22
22
20
12

4,773
4,857
4,816
4,514

1,821
1,862
1,951
1,977

1,232
1,133
1,181
1,181

1921— Apr. 28
June 30
Dec. 31

7,524
7,580
7,784

1.137
1,113
1,221

116
150
142

12
14
14

4,241
4,248
4,313

2.019
2,056
2,095

1922— Mar. 10
June 30
Dec. 29

8,060
8,615
9,348

1,383
1,382
1,590

160
83
175

f3
14
19

4,319
4,768
4,964

1923— Apr. 3
June 30
Sept. 14
Dec. 31

9,587
9,488
9,498
9,740

1,577
1,359
1,436
1,498

181
159
82
134

21
23
23
21

1924— Mar. 31
June 30
Oct. 10
Dec. 31

9,712
10,108
11,015
11,281

1,439
1,544
2,030
2,041

173
110
192
146

1925 — Apr. 6
June 30
Sept. 28
Dec. 31

11,252
11,363
11,412
11,958

1,853
1,698
1,750
1,815

1926— Apr. 12
June 30
Dec. 31

11,871
11,960
12,029

1927— Mar. 23
June 30
Oct. 10
Dec. 31

Call date

Total

Common
stock

383
314
300

1,071
1452
1,144

475
507
516

258
239
209
182

293
303
300
311

1,259
1,270
1,330
1,340

900
833
510

135
116
106

273 1,364
269 1,360
282 * 1,353

561
567
580
584 ----604
609
611

2,185
2,369
2,599

202
119
250

85
84
117

268
258
258

1,387
1,396
1,433

5,044
5,116
5,112
5,158

2,764
2,831
2,844
2,929

279
402
413
318

135
106
91
119

253
250
260
252

26
35
35
35

5,078
5,253
5,452
5,658

2,995
3,166
3,306
3,400

215
85
55
131

117
85
91
132

252
111
165
177

37
36
36
36

5,556
5,825
5,738
6,129

3,554
3,694
3,723
3,801

120
190
267
268

1,664
1,670
1,729

254
151
132

37
37
38

5,962
6,068
6,011

3,953
4,034
4,118

12,168
12,381
12,623
12,925

1,714
1,696
1,819
1,912

227
139
217
147

41
41
42
42

5,859
6,062
6,001
6,173

1928— Feb. 28
June 30
Oct. 3_
Dec. 31

12,549
12,674
12,752
13,044

1,796
1,563
1,812
1,772

50
150
87
153

42
42
43
43

1929— Mar. 27
June 29
Oct. 4.
Dec, 31

12,391
12,483
12,391
12,889

1,548
1,496
1,599
1,697

165
185
165
76

1930— Mar. 27
June 30
Sept. 24
Dec. 31

12,392
12,886
12,957
13,029

1,640
1,885
2,092
1,902

.. 13,219
12,999
11,837
10,889

Preferred
stock'

Surplus

436
457
468

Memoranda
ReDeUndi- serves mand
Net
vided for
dedeprof- conposits mand
ad- 7 de- 7
its8 tingen- justed posits
cies,
etc.8
159 ----188
160

3,604
4,029
4,017

4,503
5.072
5,131

497
507
518
. 521

201
196
231
236

4,133
4,156
4,065
3,910

5,118
5,104
5,028
4,821

528
529
535

231
223
207

3,806
3,728
3,749

4,569
4,479
4,558

620
630
639

535
541
554

232
224.
239

3,855
4,168
4,274

4,716
5,085
5,320

1,444
1,454
1,473
1,439

657
663
663
659

557
561
554
557

230
230
255
223

4,380
4,480
4,447
4,328

5,451
5,412
5,411
5,372

247
255
248
247

1,482
1,497
1,532
1,510

674
681
686
686

561
573
576
585

247
242
270
240

4,428
4,547
4,773
4,800

5,415
5,535
5,949
6,158

127
92
101
123

214
214
270
269

1,553
1,561
1,547
1,538

699
702
702
704

591
598
600
619

262
261
245
215

4,898
5,049
5,039
5,166

6,110
6,194
6,193
6,409

221
213
367

123
106
141

291
282
276

1,587
1,599
1,627

730
736
746

629
634
652

228
229
229

5,177
5,242
5,077

6,317
6,358
6,257

4,327
4,443
4,544
4,650

204
259
211
240

128
121
147
186

283
272
288
320

1,675
1,704
1,754
1,768

756
770
783
797

667
686
691
698

251
248
280
273

5,199
5,237
5,217
5,309

6,310
6.391
6,448
6,598

5,985
6,048
6,040
6,324

4,677
4,870
4,770
4,752

305
459
521
429

173
167
177
228

319
290
317
293

1,769
1,860
1,886
1,888

791
818
818
822

701
767
775
778

276
276
251
243

41
45

5,279
5,309
5,181
5,289

6,485
6,366
6,394
6,447

42
40
41
41

5,934
5,992
5,959
6,270

4,701
4,771
4,626
4,804

526
414
620
345

192
177
233
306

325
309
316
305

1,925
1,969
2,007
2.029

827
843
854
867

789
827
840
861

266
247
270
243

44
53
42
57

5,199
5,219
5,156
5,229

6,181
6,163
6,151
6,291

159
142
136
152

41
42
47
59

5,675
5,867
5,637
5,847

4,877
4,950
5,046
5,070

97
81
61
117

274
233
220
256

315
295
313
270

2,044
2,038
2,045
1,999

865
861
857
841

867
867
869
854

257
250
260
231

54
60
60
72

5,091
5,129
5,093
5,082

6,035
6,1411
6,120
6,042

2,243
2,039
1,595
1,354

254
187
254
169

82
lOff
143
202

5,487
5,579
5,083
4,959

5,153
5,094
4,761
4,206

78
30
183
387

190
175
133
131

289
265
292
260

2,016
1,985
1,967
1,886

842
834
817
809

852
838
818
779

241
219
219
173

80
94
113
125

5,039
4,985
4,624
4,339

6,034
6,032
5,458
5,121

10,099
10,303
10,375

1,345
1,462
1,587

188
304
211

268
329
338

4,391
4,354
4,422

3,907
3,854
3,818

253
187
128

68
60
53

278
342
360

1,801
1,791
1,720

786
785
783

736
729
661

158
158
135

121
119
141

3,999
3 ,989
4,005

4,626
4,579
4,609

1933—June 30. ... 9,404
9,545
Oct. 25
9,932
Dec. 30

1.389
1,368
1,503

312
375
393

388
377
366

4,165
4,263
4,457

3,150
3,163
3,214

20
32
21

49
53
62

339
352
345

1,533
1,565
1,595

682
690
686

41
56
101

565
559
536

123
137
123

122
122
143

3,764
3,924
4,037

4,332
4,490
4,722

1934— Mar. 5
June 30
Oct. 17
Dec. 31

10,655
11,404
11,810
12,297

1,749
1,907
2,130
2,118

696
635
427
620

345
259
196
186

4,529
5,004
5,422
5,673

3,337
3,599
3,634
3,699

15
3
3
4

57
45
44
44

348
323
306
293

1,600
1,63-3
1,642
1,614

677
655
651
651

127
215
217
213

521
492
493
497

132
134
147
138

144
138
134
114

4,188
4,593
4,947
5,136

4,930
5,377
5,884
6,043

1935— Mar. 4 _
June 29
Nov. 1
Dec. 31

12,447
12,704
13,598
14,023

2,325
2,286
2,572
2,585

505
299
273
385

167
118
84
79

5,628
6,127
6,686
6,912

3,822
3,874
3,983
4,062

7
3
3
1

39
35
35
39

279
85
77
74

1,640
1,643
1,666
1,657

642
643
618
618

226
223
,221
218

496
494
527
539

145
154
172
158

131
130
128
124

5,197
5,656
6,107
6,161

6,115
6,640
7,041
7.295

1931— Mar. 25 _
June 30
Sept. 29
Dec. 31
1932—June 30
Sept. 30
Dec. 31




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BANKING AND MONETARY STATISTICS

94

NO. 31-RESERVE CITY MEMBER BANKS-PRINCIPAL ASSETS AND LIABILITIES ON CALL DATES, 1919-1941-Continued
[Amounts in millions of dollars]
Loans and investments
Investments
Call date

Total

Total

U.S.
Government
obligations

Loans

Reserves
with
Federal
Other Reservi
secu- Banks
rities

Cash
in
vault

Balances
with
domes*
tic
banks i

Cash Back
Bal- items premin
ises, Other
ances
with proc- furni- 1 real
foress
ture estate
eign
and
of
banks1 collec- fixtion tures

Total
Cusassets
tomers' SecuNumlia- rities Other
ber
bility bor- i assets
of
on rowed
banks
acTotal
ceptliabiliances
ties

1936— Mar. 4
June 30
Dec. 31

10,655
, 11,306
11,795

4,279
4,443
4,794

6,375
6,863
7,000

4,614
5,000
5,123

,761
,863
,877

1,794
1,763
2,108

264
289
285

1,910
1,907
1,816

13
13
14

607
763
971

345
343
338

149
150
142

35
28
35

89 15,860
85 16,648
86 17,591

336
338
336

1937 Mar 31
June 30
Dec. 31

11,611
11,629
11,414

4,886
4,994
5,203

6,725
6,635
6,211

4,919
4,902
4,599

,805
,733
1,612

2,108
2,215
2,310

264
212
200

1,545
1,392
1,470

16
16
17

764
805
841

340
340
338

145
135
127

48
45
33

77 16,917
74 16,863
67 16,822

338
337
340

11,250
11,150
.. 11,426
11,654

5,031
4,853
4,870
4,963

6,219
6,298
6,556
6,691

4,610
4,658
4,831
5,018

1,609
1,639
1,725
1,673

2,376
2,289
2,311
2,354

213
300
322
321

1,632
1,951
1,862
1,940

15
18
12
11

538
693
595
787

33§
337
338
329

127
126
126
216

32
21
23
27

75
69
80
81

16,595
16,954
17,095
17,720

340
343
344
344

1939— Mar. 29.
June 30
...
Oct. 2 . .
Dec. 30

11,624
11,756
11,880
12,272

4,936
5,004
5,127
5,329

6,688
6,751
6,752
6,944

5,005
4,991
4,999
5,194

1,683
1,760
1,754
1,749

2,459
2,735
3,053
3,118

342
318
323
348

2,106
2,210
2,485
2,485

12
12
11
7

584
755
745
828

328
324
324
321

216
213 ,
206
198

24
23
20
28

84
81
87
83

17,779
i!8,426
19,133
19,687

347
346
345
346

1940 Mar. 26
June 29
Dec. 31

12,153
12,160
13,013

5,305
5,365
5,931

6,848
6,795
7,081

5,069
4,947
5,204

1,779
1,848
1,877

3,336
3,759
4,027

364
334
396

2,632
2,679
2,741

6
3
3

671
700
1,110

319
320
322

188
181
165

24
21
20

76 19,770
72 20,230
76 21,873

345
344
348

1941^Apr. 4
June 30
Sept. 24
Dec. 31

13,494
14,013
.. 14,588
15,347

6,165
6,498
6,861
7,105

7,328
7,515
7,727
8,243

5,440
5,700
5,914
6,467

1,888
1,815
1,813
1,776

4,107
4,125
4,359
4,060

361
385
425
425

2,859
2,793
2,885
2,590

792
1
3 1,012
1
987
3- 1,439

321
320
321
325

160
154
147
134

21
23
21
24

78
§0
82
82

346
348
350
351

1938— Mar. 7
June 30
Sept. 28
Dee. 31

Deposits

Call date
Total

'22,195
1 [22,908
23,817
24,430

Capital accounts

U.S.
Inter-2 Gov- Postal Other
bank ern- 3 sav-4 dement ings mand

Other
time

Borrowings

Accept- Other
ances liaout- bilitand- ties Total
ing

Com- Pre- Surmon 'erred plus
stock stock5

Memoranda
ReUndi- serves
vided j for
prof- con-'
its6 tingeneies, j
etc. 6

Demand < Net
de- i deposits I mand
deadjusted "' poeita*

1936— Mar. 4
June 30
Dec. 31

14,062
14,848
15,765

2,756
2,717
2,997

285
514
407

72
65
35

6,845
7,305
8,096

4,104
4,248
4,229

2
2

39
33
40

85
87
89

,671
,680
,697

619
623
629

211
198
176

543
552
579

171
176
187

128
131
125

6,238 i 7,313
6,542
7,807
7,126
8,652

1937— Mar. 31
June 30
Dee. 31

15,045
14,995
14,958

2,716
2,481
2,530

132
212
256

34
35
34

7,923
7,937
7,711

4,239 f
4,330
4,427

6
2
1

54
52
43

89
91
85

,721
,723
,735

635
637
643

165
160
150

588
592
611

202
207
208

131
128
124

7,159
7,132
6,870

8,393
8,371
8,111

1938— Mar. 7
June 30
Sept. 28...,,.Dcc. 31

14,731
15,084
15,202
15,829

2,611
2,660
2,707
2,885

234
266
357
425

33
31
23
17

7,385
7,627
7,673
8,000

4,468
4,500
4,442
.502

8

35
23
25
30

84
94
103
84

,736
,753
,764
,777

644
650
652
653

148
148
144
144

615
626
632
644

216
217
221
220

113
113
115
117

6,848
6,934
7,078
7,214

7,987
7,847
8,226
8,527

1939— Mar. 29
June 30
Oct. 2
Dec. 30

15,856
16,499
17,197
17,741

2,985
3,104
3,495
3,686

426
422
417
443

16
12
7
6

7,910
8,408
8,762
9,004

,519
,553
,517
,602

2

26
26
24
32

99
89
91
85

,795
,812
,821
,828

655
656
657
658

141
139
135
137

653
225 '
233
658
238
661
671 I 238

122
126
130
125

7,326
7,654
8,017
8,176

8,570
8,904
9,397
9,756

1940— Mar. 26
June 29Deo. 31

17,810
18,231
19,844

3,696
3,676
4,076

439
436
343

4 9,071
4 9,475
3 10,691

28
26
24

99
100
101

,833
,873
,904

657
658
660

126
136
127

678
698
721

246
246
251

125
136
145

8,400
8,774
9,581

9,845
10,133
11,173

1941 Apr 4
June 30
Sept. 24
Dec 31

20,143
20,813
21,712
22,313

4,180
4,162
4,486
4,460

288
357
399
507

3
3
3
3

26
29
24
28

110
125
133
121

,917
,940
,948
1,967

662
665
, 668
678

124
123
113
111

726
738
747
764

258
263
266
260

148
152
154
154

10,137
i 10,480
11,060
11,117

11,659
12,117
12,974
13,406

10,929
11,490
12,048
12,557

,600 .
,641
,731
4t,742
4U800
41,777
4 ,786

* "Balances with foreign banks" are included in "balances with domestic banks" prior to May 4, 1920, and in "other assets" from May 4,
1920,2 to December 31, 1926.
Before October 3, 1928, all interbank deposits were reported as "due to banks" and were assumed to be demand deposits.
» Includes United States Treasurer's time deposits, open account. Such accounts were first opened in November 1938; before that time all
United States Government deposits were demand deposits.
* Prior to June 30, 1921, figures represent postal savings deposits at national banks only. Under specific provisions of law, postal savings
deposits were subject to the reserve requirements applicable to time deposits from June 21, 1917, to August 23, 1935, but they were in fact demand
deposits until the passage of the Banking Act of 1933, when the terms under which such deposits were made were amended so as to conform to
the definition of time deposits.
6
Includes capital notes and debentures issued by State member banks (national banks do not issue them). Preferred stock was not issued
by member banks before the banking holiday of 1933.
* The composition of undivided profits and reserves has been changed from time to time; see introductory text, p. 71.
7
For definitions of "demand deposits adjusted" and "net demand deposits" see introductory text, p. 65.




ALL MEMBER BANKS

95

NO. 32-RESERUE CITY MEMBER BANKS-CLASSIFICATION OF LOANS ON CALL DATES, 1928-1941
[In millions of dollars]
Open market paper

Total
loans

Call date

Loans on securities, except to banks
To brokers
and
dealers

Acceptances
payable
in U. S.

Total i

ComBills
merpaycial
able
Own Accept- abroad paper
accept- ances
bought
ances1 of other
banks

Real estate loans

Total

In
New
York
City

To
, others

Outside
New
York
City

Onfarm
land

Total

On
other
real
estate

Loans
to
banks

Other
loans1

1928— Oct. 3
Dec 31

8,681
8,702

210
185

5
16

27
33

178
136

3,109
3,293

522
.465

435
509

2,152
2,318

1,492
1,505

124
118

1,368
1,387

179
173

3,691
3,546

1929— Mar 27
June 29
Oct. 4
Dec. 31

8,733
8,789
9,085
9,084

199
121
105
169

35
16
6
43

27
22
27
24

136
83
71
102

3,358
3,294
3,462
3,440

405
302
354
239

538
511
510
425

2,415
2,480
2,598
2,775

1,487
1,479
1,470
1,538

112
113
110
110

1,376
1,366
1,360
1,428

196
241
225
258

3,492
3,654
3,823
3.679

1930— Mar 27
June 30
Sept 24
Dec. 31

8,752
8,533
8,500
8,379

289
281
359
314

55
17
47
104

24
19
17
15

209
245
295
194

3,405
3,348
3,355
3,105

469
253
409
123

360'
431
360
312

2,576
2,663
2,586
2,671

1,524
1,505
1,509
1,611

113
110
111
120

1,411
1,394
1,398
1,491

205
228
193
231

3,330
3,172
3,085
3.119

1931— Mar 25
June 30
Sept 29
Dec. 31

8,028
7,627
7,325
6,852

358
281
220
121

23

144
87
65
33

23
26
12
12

191
168
143
53

2,872
2,694
2,543
2,289

116
73
29 •
14

231
208
205
152

2,524
2,413
2,308
2,123

1,602
1,602
1,560
1,515

122
126
120
120

1,480
1,476
1,440
1,395

194
177
219
260

3,002
2,873
2,784
2.668

1932— June 30
Sept. 30
Dec. 31

6,015
5,806
5,542

123
140
118

33
36
52

33
41
22

7
9
8

50
53
36

1,955
1,941
1,882

6
14
11

105
92
96

1,844
1,835
1,774

1,380
1,380
1,379

124
125
121

1,257
1,255
1,258

177
152
136

2.380
2,194
2,027

1933— June 30
Oct. 25
Dee, 30

,482
,605
,553

126
171
154

46
49
48

36
43
36

6
7
9

38
72
61

1,447
1,448
1,484

45
84
94.

63
66
73

1,340
1,297
1,316

1,131
1,113
1,121

123
121
120

1,008
992
1,001

99
94
80

,678
,779
,714

1934— Mar. 5
June 30
Oct. 17
Dec. 31

,466
,394
,385
4,312

174
166
201
178

48
41
47
49

46
21
19
13

8
6
8
9

72
97
126
108

1,450
1,431
1,320
1,318

123
135
99
105

65
97
80
90

1,262
1,200
1,142
1,124

1,130
1,124
1,100
1,090

116
108
104
102

1,014
1,016
996
988

63
40
44
55

,650
,634
,720
,671

1935— Mar. 4
June 29
Nov. 1
Dec. 31

4,270
4,165
4,268
4,347

190
169
179
195

48
40
44
46

12
10
13
19

9
7
12
10

122
112
111
120

1,278
1,166
1,146
1,174

106
25
9
21

83
87
82
96

1,090
1,053
1,055
1,057

1,077
1,105
1,103
1,094

104
100
97
97

972
1,005
1,006
997

48
43
34
34

,677
.682
,806
1,851

1936— Mar. 4
June 30
Dee. 31

4,279
4,443
4,794

190
176
209

43
40
56

18
16
17

9
7
5

120
113
131

1,157
1,193
1,207

30
34
36

101
115
123

1,027
1,044
1,048

1,096
1,101
1,124

97
95
96

1,000
1,006
1,028

31
31
23

1,805
1,941
2.231

1937— Mar. 31
'June 30
Dec. 31. ...

4,886
4,994
5,203

256
216
201

55
39
47

37
25
10

10
7
12

154
145
132

1,191
1,190
1,189

38
44
26

114
114
97

1,039
1,032
1,066

1,135
1,164
1,176

94
95
95

,041
,069
,080

29
34
27

2,276
2.389
2.610

1938— Mar. 7
June 30
Sept. 28

5,031
4,853
4,870

197
163
156

45
45
42

8
7
6

11
7
9

134
104
99

1,139
1,094
1,089

18
8
12

100
'88
84

1,020
998
992

1,173
1,201
1,217

95
96
95

,077
,105
,121

25
26
22

2.498
2,369
2,387

Loans
to
banks

Other
loans

Loans for
purchasing
or carrying
securities

Open market paper

Total
loans

Call date

Acceptances
payable in
U.S.

Commercial
loans

Agricultural
loans

Total

Bills
ComTo
paymerbroable
cial
To
Own Accept- abroad paper
kers
others
bought and
accept- ances
dealers
ances rf other
banks

Real estate loans

Total

On
farm
land

On
residential
property

Other

4,963

1,914

207

149

38

10

8

93

119

242

1,230

96

781

353

20

1,081

1939— Mar. 29
June 30
Oct. 2 2
Dec 30

. . 4,936
5,004
5,127
5,329

1,889
1,884

228
234

145
138

33
33

8
8

7
5

98
92

115
115

228
221

1,249
1,284

93
96

793
811

363
377

17
12

1,06ft
1.116

2,101

221

155

30

8

6

111

119

222

1,335

94

862

379

9

1,168

1940— Mar. 26 2
June 29
Dec 31

5,305
5,365
5,931

2,134
2.436

176
263

156
153

28
26

5
4

3
3

120
120

87
115

210
207

1,372
1,436

92
91

905
965

375
381

6
IS

1,224
1,307

6,165
6,498
6,861
7,105

2,879

175

202

34

6

3

159

100

198

1,477

87

1,020

370

9

1,457

3,206

300

250

37

4

4

206

114

194

1,527

80

1,087

361

4

1,508

1938— Dec. 31

2

1941— Apr. 4 .
June 30 2
Sept 24
Dec. 31 .- -.
1
2

Reporting banks' "own acceptances" are included in "other loans" prior to December 1931.
Beginning with October 1939 a detailed classification of loans has not been required as of spring and autumn call dates.




BANKING AND MONETARY STATISTICS
NO. SI-RESERVE CITY MEMBER BANKS-CLASSIFICATION OF INVESTMENTS ON CALL DATES, 1928-1941
[In millions of dollars]
U. S. Government obligations

Direct
Total
investments

Call date

Total

Bills'

Notes

Other domestic securities

Obligations
of
States
and
Guaranteed polit- Total
ical
subdiviBonds
sions

Bonds, notes, and
debentures

Corporate
stocks

Foreign
securities

Government
agencies
not
Railguar- roads'
anteed
byU.S.2

Utilities'

Other

F.R.
Bank

Other

Total
securities
maturing in
5year«
or lees

1928— Oct 3
Dec 31

3,530
3,454

1,703
1,662

264
288

279
248

,160
,126

484
480

1,173
1,149

207
213

224
207

506
487

48
48

188
194

170
163

1029— Mar 27
June 29
Oct 4
Dec 31

3,400
3,276
3,075
2,944

1,732
1,607
1,519
1,368

252
224
192
91

260
234
204
165

,220
,148
,123
,112

450
451
431
448

1,066
1,074
995
993

197
180
161
159

199
187
177
174

437
455
403
396

49
50
51
52

183
202
203
212

152
144
131
135

1930— Mar. 27
June 30
Sept. 24
Dec 31

3,105
3,319
3,537
3,517

1,516
1,525
1,628
1,486

136
105
159
108

179
202
121
107

,201
,219
,347
,271

442
480
527
584

1,012
1,150
1,216
1,286

160
206
226
241

201
231
235
248

382
433
471
503

52
53
53
52

218
227
231
242

135
164
166
162

1931— Mar 25
June 30
Sept. 29
Dec. 31

4,085
4,186
4,047
3,746

1,984
2,062
1,993
1,844

346
326
241
187

81
88
58
110

,557
,647
,694
1,548

611
647
637
584

1,323
1,329
1,261
1,176

255
253
242
230

254
251
228
202

523
520
497
459

52
52
51
50

239
253
243
234

166
150
156
142

1932—June 30
Sept 30
Dec. 31

3,753
3,981
3,948

1,953
2,209
2,234

190
161
126

124
373
445

1,639
1,676
1,664

592
598
594

1,093
1,062
1,011

211
206
201

184
179
171

415
400
374

48
48
48

234
229
217

115
113
109

1933— June 30
Oct. 25
Dec. 30

4,011
4,150
4,344

2,483 !
2,605 !
2,823

205
157
277

681
649
644

1,597
1,800
1.902

598
610
590

841
852
858

177
181
174

149
150
143

308
308
309

43
44
44

164
169
188

88
85
74

1934— Mar 5
June 30
Oct. 17
Dec. 31

4,911
5,214
„ 5,441
5,715

3,390
3,516
3,553
3,809

445
281
220
95

1,094
1,148
1,426
1,692

1,850
2,088
1,906
2,022

19
180
279

594
632
638
649

855
975
1,010
918

77
198
218
148

192
190
198
194

152
162
170
168

215
224
221
214

45
45
46
46

174
156
157
148

72
71
59
61

5,766
1935— Mar. 4 .
5,986
June 29
Nov. 1 ... ... 6,253
6,432
Dec. 31

3,724
3,712
3,892
4,076

99
120
99
85

1,657
1,774
2,207
2,267

1,969
1,818
1,586
1,724

376
571
655
656

676
72D
721
723

933
916
908
901

160
109
92
89

202
209
207
212

168
180
194
196

205
220
223
217

46
46
41
41

152
153
151
146

57
66
77
76

1936— Mar. 4 _
June 30
Dec. 31

6,375
6,863
. 7,000

3,958
4,349
4,426

118
115
120

2,230
2,081
1,904

1,611
2,153
2,403

656
651
697

758
790
774

931
1,003
1,036

103
113
107

222
236
243

192
216
231

226
239
252

41
41
41

147
161
162

73
70
67

1937— Mar. 31
June 30
Dec. 31

6,725
._ 6,635
6,211

4,250
4,267
3,962

214
195
106

1,636
1,777
1,589

2,400
2,295
2,267

669
635
637

777
752
691

963
918
871

108
105
90

234
222
203

198
187
166

219
204
201

42
42
42

163
158
168

65
63
51

6,219
1988— Mar. 7
6,298
June 30
Sept. 28
,. 6,556
6,691
Dec. 31 ..

3,962
3,940
4,088
4,278

115
69
47
57

1,610
1,268
1,290
1,224

2,236
2,603
2,752
2,997

648
718
743
740

708
732
775
808

852
859
898
814

82
89
90
100

198
194
195
185

164
167
174
176

195
200
227
200

42
43
43
43

171
166
169
111

50
50
51
51 •2,370

1039— Mar. 29
June 30
Oct 2 s
Dec. 30

6,688
6,751
6,752
6,944

4,181
4,102
4,089
4,222

100
78

977 3,105
1,014 .3,010

823
895
897
890

810
816

111
116

185
183

168
168

191
195

43
43

112
111

50 B2,229
49 52,412

3,339

823
889
909
972

809

129

185

153

188

44

110

51

2,444

1940— Mar. 268
June 29
Dec. 31

6,848
6,795
7,081

4,107
3,978
4,155

87
103

839 3,052
77U 3,281

963
969
1,049

928
981
984

821
849

163
185

185
194

134
134

187
184

45
45

107
107

47
45

2,537
2,778

1041— Apr. 4s
June 30
Sept. 24»
Dec. 31

7,328
7,515
7,727
8,243

4,393
4,538
4,668
5,294

73

606

3,859

172

193

114

166

46

102

44

2,506

751

4,248

1,034
979
975
956

792

295

1,047
1,162
1,246
1,173

778

176

193

102

167

47

93

41

2,975

1

63

819

(<>

Includes certificates of indebtedness up to and including October 17, 1934; no Treasury certificates outstanding from December 1934 until
early 1942. Treasury bills were first issued in December 1929.
«
2
Included in "other" bonds, notes, and debentures prior to March 5, 1934. Securities guaranteed as to interest only, firet issued in July 1933
and replaced in 1934-1935 by fully guaranteed obligations, have been classified as not guaranteed.
* Comprises bonds only, October 1928 to December 1933, inclusive, and bonds, notes, and debentures thereafter.
* Not reported separately; included in "other" bonds, notes, and debentures. No such securities (guaranteed as to both principal and interest)
were6 issued until late in 1933.
This is the amount reported as "maturing in 1939-1943." A classification of securities by maturity was not required before December 1938.
fl
Beginning with October 1939 a detailed classification of securities has not been required as of spring and autumn call dates.




97

ALL MEMBER BANKS
NO. I4-RESERVE CITY MEMBER BANKS-CLASSIFICATION OF DEPOSITS ON CALL DATES, 1928-1941
[In millions of dollars]
Time

Demand
Interbank
Call date
Total

Domestic

Foreign

U.S.
Interbank
IndiGov- States
States Certi- vidand
ernfied
U.S. and
uals,
and
ment politpartGov- politand
ernical
Total
neroffiical
Do- For- postal subcers' ships,
ment subdivi- checks, corpomestic eign sav- 1 diviings sions
sions
etc. rations,
etc.

Individuals, partnerships,
corporations, etc.

Total

Savings

ChristCertifimas
cates Open savac- 5 ings
of
de- counts and
similar
posit
accounts3

43
43

234
261

4,536
4,492

3,699
3.707

465
466

372
319

9
10
14

42
40
41
41

257
289
258
371

4,445
4,482
4,367
4,433

3,689
3,783
3,653
3,724

419
399
388
411

337
300
326
299

32
38
35
42

13
18
32
32

41
42
47
59

314
320
287
295

4,563
4,630
4,759
4,774

3,745
3,773
3,771
3,907

439
478
573
546

378
378
415
321

28
26
23
4

82
100
143
202

302
313
284
260

4,850
4,781
4,478
3,946

3,869
3,787
3,533
3,283

595
602
561
429

386
393
384
234

268
329
338

224 3,683
208 '3,646
230 3,588

3,048
2,971
2,962

377
392
385

258
283
241

1928— Oct. 3
Dec, 31

7,908
8,212

,733
,681

49
54

87
153

436
430

179
290

5,425
5,605

4,843
4,832

1929— Mar. 27
June 29
Oct. 4
Dec. 31

7,610
7,631
7.680
8,000

,464
,409
,511
,604

47
45
44
50

165
185
166
76

505
524
405
423

173
174
165
300

5,256
5,294
5,389
5,547

4,781
4,852
4,712
4,888

32
35
30

7,429
1930~-Mar. 27
June 30,. ..^ 7,838
7,797
Sept. 24
7,827
Dec. 31

,543
,774
,954
,773

53
54
71
56

159
142
136
152

475
470
404
422

126
170
114
252

5,074
5,227
5,119
5,173

4,963
5,048
5,160
5,202

31
37
37

1931— Mar. 25
June 30. .
Sept. 29
Deo. 31

7,893
7,717
6,858
6,433

2,098
1,902
1,472
1,275

54
49
49
31

254
187
254
169

451
443
390
390

132
157
118
180

4,903
4,979
4,576
4,389

5,326
5,281
4,979
4,456

63
61
52
44

1932—June 30
Sept. 30
Dec. 31

5,876
6,073
6,158

1,276
1,394
1,503

22
22
22

188
304
211

393
316
349

112
83
141

3,886
3,955
3,932

4,223
4,230
4,217

47
47
62

1933—June 30
Oct. 25
Dec. 30

5,807
5,931
6,279

1,315
1,280
1,415

15
14
15

312
375
393

349
370
435

108
85
111

3,708
3,808
3,911

3,597
3,614
3,653

59
74
72

1

388
377
366

208
171
203

2,941
2,991
3,011

2,451
2,472
2,528

265
233
211

207
263
267

18
23
5

1934— Mar. 5.
June 30
Oct. 17
Dec. 31

6,893
7,440
7,862,
8,294

1,653
1,785
1,996
1,984

16
16
17
17

696
635
427
620

480
526
526
585

91
117
112
169

3,958
4,361
4,785
4,919

3,762
3,964
3,948
4,003

80
105
117
117

1
1
1

345
259
196
186

206
234
198
206

3,131
3,366
3,436
3,494

2,651
2,847
2,915
3,038

210
239
229
210

258
261
265
239

11
19
26
6

1935— Mar. 4
June 29
Nov. 1 .„
Dec. 31

8,330
8,592
9,414
9,747

2,179
2,145
2,428
2,422

18
21
27
28

505
299
273
385

643
674
685
707

132
140
146
204

4,854
5,314
5,855
6,001

4,118
4,112
4,184
4,276

128
119
115
134

1
1
1

167
118
84
79

211
203
218
266

3,611
3,670
3,766
3,796

3,123
3,221
3,302
3,355

219
201
200
198

257
227
236
237

12
21
28
7

9,750
1936— Mar. 4 .
June 30
10,399
Dec. 31. . . 11,362

2,594
2,551
2,826

26
30
33

285
513
407

733
733
843

151
152
230

5,961
6,419
7,023

4,312
4,449
4,403

135
135
137

1
1
1

72
65
35

251
288
203

3,853
3,960
4,026

3,339
3,432
3,588

214
202
169

286
300
260

14
25
8

1937— Mar. 31
June 30
Dec. 31

10,634
10,521
10,386

2,546
2,339
2,389

32
33
30

132
212
256

935
934
777

155
163
192

6,833 4,411
6,840 4,475
6,743 4,572

137
108
107

2
2
4

34
35
34

176
190
266

4,064
4,140
4,161

3,622.
3,676
3,747

172
172
180

250
262
224

20
29
10

1938— Mar. 7
June 30
Sept. 28
Dec. 31

10,112
10,437
10,625
11,197

2,461
2,514
2,557
2,719

31
30
39
53

234
266
356
424

809
812
711
796

121
146
120
170

6,455
6,668
6,843
7,034

4,619
4,647
4,577
4,632

116
113
107
108

3
2
4
4

33
31
23
17

269
262
233
269

4,198
4,238
4,209
4,233

3,766
3,768
3,737
3,810

187
200
195
184

225
237
237
232

20
32
41
8

1939— Mar. 29
June 30
Oct. 23
Dec. 30

11,201
11,806
12,546
13,005

2,813
2,920
3,307
3,516

58
63
67
50

420
415
410
435

889
917
801
813

123
160
158
190

6,899
7,331
7,803
8,002

4,656
4,693
4,650
4,736

108
115
116
117

6
6
4
3

22
19
14
14

244
233
198
240

4,276
4,320
4,319
4,362

3,827
3,860

186
180

240
248

22
33

3,944

162

247

9

1940— Mar. 26»
June 29
Dec. 31

13,083
13,464
14,987

3,535
3,526
3,919

46
41
49

431
422
327

942
956
995

150
147
228

7,978
8,372
9,468

4,728
4,767
4,857

112
105
106

3
3
2

12
18
19

214
219
226

4,386
4,422
4,506

3,963
4,073

152
150

269
273

37
10

1941— Apr. 48
June 30
Sept. 243
Dec. 31

15,271
15,884
16,807
17,403

4,023
4,000
4,324
4,302

47
53
53
54

273
341
383
491

1,206
1,139
1,221
1,144

171 9,552
209 10,142
190 10,637
286 11,127

4,872
4,929
4,906
4,910

110
108
108
103

2
2
2
2

19
19
19
20

202
211
186
243

4,540
4,590
4,591
4,542

4,103

150

293

44

4,148

136

248

11

1
3

United States Treasurer's time deposits, open account, were first established in November 1938,
"Christmas savings and similar accounts" are included in "open accounts" before June 1933.
* A condensed form of report was adopted for spring and autumn calls beginning with October 1939. For this reason, no breakdown of time
deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations is available; and the breakdown of interbank deposits, both demand and time, into those
of domestic and foreign banks, respectively, has been estimated.




BANKING AND MONETARY STATISTICS
NO. 35-COUNTftY MEMBER BANKS-PRINCIPAL ASSETS
[Amounts in millions of dollars]
Loans and investments
Investments
Call date
Total

Loans
Total

U.S.
Government
obligations

Reserves Cash
with
in
Federal vault
Other Reserve
secu- Banks
rities

Cash Bank
CusBalitems premBaltomises, Other ers' Secuin
ances ances
with with proc- furni- real
lia- rities Other
ess
domes- forture estate bility bor- assets
on rowed
and
tic 1 eign 1
of
banks banks collec- fixaction tures
ceptances

Total
assets

Total
liabilities

Number
of
banks

1919— June 30
Nov. 17
Dec. 31

8,593
9,350
9,519

5,440
6,248
6,432

3,153
3,102
3,087

1,784
1,632
1,602

1,368
1,470
1,485

449
506
525

257
281
319

876
1,071
1,046

121
163
178

216
230
232

34
34
33

16
21
27

43
35
37

61 10,668
63 11,754
59 11,975

8,203
8,366
8,427

1920— May 4
June 30
Nov. 15
Dec 29

10,043
10,148
10,411
10,296

7,097
7,214
7,424
7,271

2,945
2,934
2,987
3,024

1,435
1,422
1,407
1,398

1,510
1,512
1,580
1,626

526
522
530
519

298
294
291
326

889
826
835
740

152
162
178
133

247
255
272
278

35
35
37
38

24
24
17
18

35
36
36
35

64 12,313
66 12,367
73 12,680
73 12,457

8,637
8,738
8,897
8,933

1921— Apr. 28
June 30
Dec. 31

10,116
10,087
9,853

7,085
7,051
6,855

3,031
3,036
2,998

1,357
1,344
1,272

1,674
1,692
1,726

484
480
478

272
257
244

625
610
680

110
137
156

292
298
312

42
43
46

12
11
12

35
30
38

4 8 , 12.036
52 12,005
53 11.872

9,027
9,072
9,108

9,822
1922— Mar. 10
June 30 .. .. 9,956
10,411
Dec. 29

6,780
6,839
7,015

3,042
3,117
3,396

1,284
1,252
1.416

1,759
1,865
1,980

477
492
549

241
239
292

742
748
872

122
153
175

320
329
346

50
56
66

9
7
13

35
28
26

51 11,867
57 12,064
56 12,806

9,147
9,218
9,202

1923— Apr. 3 . . . 10,712
10,981
June 30
11,069
Sept. 14.
Dec. 31
11,163

7,182
7,407
7,474
7,520

3.530
3,574
3,595
3,643

1,494
1,520
1,505
1,490

2,036
2,054
2,090
2,153

546
546
554
574

281
225
282
310

896
761
803
905

192
187
170
226

353
362
366
377

73
78
82
89

12
10
5
14

27
24
23
25

58 13,151
58 13,233
58 13,412
58 13,739

9,200
9,202
9,191
9,127

11,165'
1924— Mar. 31
11,148
June 30
Oct. 10. .... 11,259
11,366
Dec. 31

7,535
7,512
7,478
7,467

3.630
3,637
3,781
3,898

1,444
1,378
1,368
1,382

2,185
2,259
2,413
2,517

548
559
574
599

271
274
282
321

803
842
1,064
1.168

180
191
178
226

386
390
401
405

94
100
102
106

15
9
9
15

24
23
23
26

61 13,546
66 13,602
62 13,953
63 14,294

9,038
9.008
8,989
8.948

1925— Apr. 6. . _ „ _ _
June 30*
Sept. 28
Dec. 31

11,626
11,827
12,134
12,281

7,632
7,831
8,048
8,171

3,994
3,996
4,086
4,110

1,428
1,385
1,404
1,385

2,566
2,612
2,682
2,725

588
604
617
629

284
291
294
317

1,044
941
1,012
1,056

188
213
189
261

414
422
430
438

110
114
118
117

14
9
11
18

21
18
21
21

59
63
63
64

14,348
14,502
14,888
15,201

8.892
8,899
8,902
8,857

1926— Apr. 12
June 30
Dec. 31..

12,421
12,457
-. 12,521

8,296
8,320
8,305

4,125
4.138
4,215

1,389
1,353
1,288

2,736
2,785
2.928

617
623
626

298
302
293

932
908
981

219
220
265

448
454
467

120
120
119

12
8
14

20
20
19

61 15,147 8,791
66 ' 15,178 ! 8,752
67 I 15,372 8,638

1927— Mar. 23
June 30
Oct. 10
Dec. 31

12,603
12,813
.„ 13,035
13,073

8.286
8.380
8,443
8,410

4,317
4.432
4,593
4,663

1,321
1,308
1,324
1,302

2,996
3,124
3,268
3,361

625
634
648
664

307
297
304
294

923
937
1,038
1,070

3
3
3
4

184
230
232
252

475
487
496
499

120
118
120
116

11
9
11
17

18
16
14
13

61
64
63
70

15,331
15,607
15,966
16.071

8,537
8,493
8,477
8,420

1928— Feb. 28.. ... 13,096
13,522
June 30
13,612
Oct. 3
13,667
Dec. 31

8,394
8,757
8,885
8,915

4,701
4,765
4,727
4,751

1,294
1,312
1,362
1.382

3,407
3.453
3,365
3,370

642
639
663
652

303
242
302
319

941
866
990
977

4
2
4
4

184
226
235
298

504
512
516
512

117
116
114
113

16
10
9
16

14
15
14
15

65
69
70
70

15,886
16,219
16.528
10,642

8,373
8,325
8,294
3, 245

1929— Mar. 27
June 29
Oct. 4
Dec, 31

13,741
13,719
13,780
13,375

9,001
9,096
9,226
8,936

4,740
4.623
4,554
4,439

1,424
1,384
1,361
1,268

3,316
3,240
3,193
3,172

644
639
647
627

297
241
284
321

780
792
847
908

4
4
5
5

194
247
241
291

520
527
531
529

114
115
113
112

14
10
11
17

13
13
12
12

70
71
66
71

16,391
16.378
16,537
16,267

8,185
8,142
8,072
7,991

1930— Mar. 27
June 30
Sept. 24
Dec. 31

13,243
13,157
12,944
12,519

8,768
8,602
8,354
8,001

4,475
4,554
4,589
4,519

1,273
1,229
1,219
1,159

3,202
3,326
3,370
3,359

617
629
610
595

286
280
284
317

817
921
971
975

4
3
3
3

173
250
163
258

533
536
538
536

113
112
114
111

16
12
11
14

11
12
11
11

72 15,885
76 15,988
77 15,727
79 15,418

7,895
7,817
7,757
7,588

1931

12,290
12,068
11,805
10,999

7,740
7,513
7,199
6,608

4,550
4,555
4,606
4,392

1,224
1,279
1,433
1,418

3,326
3,276
3.172
2,974

582
578
554
498

273
297
309
302

1,094
1,017
787
685

3
4
4
4

146
222
157
221

533
525
523
491

114
114
114
115

10
6
6

11
9
8
8

86
83
87
78

15,140
14,923
14,355
13,406

7,469
7,338
7,179
6,843

10,240
1932— June 30
9,954
Sept. 30
Dec. 31 . ... 9,607

6,014
5,767
5,493

4,226
4,187
4.114

1.432
1.471
1,474

2.794
2,715
2,640

458
441
448

253
230
232

624
671
767

3
3
3

167
140
164

476
472
461

126
135
142

4
4
4

7
7
8

83 12,442
80 12,136
76 11,913

6*604
6,530
6.446

7,873
_. 8,031
... 8,068

4,275
4,283
4,223

3,598
3,748
3,845

1,469
1,592
1,683

2,129
2,156
2.162

452
529
573

203
232
225

702*
685
769

3
2
2

149
118
172

369
375
380

117
125
130

4
4
3

5
4
4

69 9,946
65 10,171
78 10,403

5,259
5,462
5,648

8,381
8,456
8,649
8,780

4,234
4,172
4,105
4,025

4,148
4,283
4,545
4,756

1,946
2,007
2,208
2,463

2.202
2,276
2,337
2.293

685
769
848
822

230
215
258
275

952
1,104
1,257 .
1,296

2
2
3
5

135
174
189
207

386
388
390
395

135
140
147
152

3
3
2
3

4
2
2
2

90
88
83
88

11,003
11,342
11,827
12.026

5,837
5,995
6,051
6,058

4,757
4,780
4,903
5,002

2,468
2,484
2,484
2.563

2,289
2,296
2,419
2,439

916
920
900
927

246
236
237
305

1,428
1,407
1,613
1,676

4
2
3
3

163
192
221
235

395
393
393
389

156
166
176
180

2
3
2
3

2
1
1
1

86
76
62
67

12,147 6,038
12,133 .6,025
12,428 6,013
12,704 5,999

M»r 25
June 30
Sept. 29
Deo. 31

I633-June 30
Oct. 25
Dec. 30
1934

Mar 5
June 30
Oct. 17
Dec. 31

1936— Mar 4
8,749 3,991
8,739 3,959
June 29
3,919
Nov. 1
..... 8,821
3,918
8,919
Dec. 31
For footnotes aee end of table, p.




100.

99

ALL MEMBER BANKS
AND LIABILITIES ON CALL DATES, 1919-1941
[Amounts in millions of dollars]
Deposits

Call date
Total

. Capital accounts

'U.S.
Inter- Gov- Postal Other
debank 2 ern- 3 savment ings * mand

Other
time

Borrowings

Accept- Other
ances liaout- bilistand- ties
ing

Total

Common
stock

Preferred
stock5

Surplus

Memoranda

ReDeUndi- serves mand
Net
vided for v dedeprof- con- posits mand
tinad- 7 de- 7
its8
gen- justed posits
cies,
etc.«

1919—June 30
Nov. 17
Dec 31

8,032
9,138
9,431

399
520
522

123
78
105

44
38
37

4,756
5,517
5,685

2,710
2,985
3,082

631
544
501

17
22
27

584
550
545

1,404
1,500
1,471

712
737
745

466
479
496

226
283
230

4,635
5,354
5,507

4,788
5,573
5,727

1920— May 4
June 30 -.
Nov. 15
Dec. 29—

9,585
9,519
9,631
9,353

430
379
356
338

38
43
36
43

33
32
32
16

5,714
5,587
5,579
5,287

3,370
3,478
3,629
3,670

579
695
796
838

24
24
17
18

543
544
553
548

,583
,584
,682
,699

786
799
825
833

521
532
546
550

276
253
311
316

5,562
5,425
5,401
5,153

5,733
5,590
5,570
5,292

1921— Apr. 28
June 30 ,
Dec 31

9,020
8,972
8,938

301
288
299

35
48
47

15
14
12

,899
,830
,777

3,771
3,791
3,802

769
797
672

12
11
12

524
534
550

,711
,691
,700

854
858 _ _ _ _ _ _
865

566
571
580

291
263
255

4,789
4,693
4,621

4,906
4,824
4,751

1922— Mar. 10
June 30
Dec. 29

9,045
9,329
10,053

332
333
407

51
25
63

11
13
20

,767
,958
5,370

3,883
4,000
4,193

532
429
361

9
7
13

546
548
546

,735
,751
,833

872
885
900

583
594
599

280
272
335

4,646
4,805
5,195

4,760
4,947
5,400

1923— Apr. 3 .
June 30
Sept 14
Dec. 31

10,457
10,466
10,608
10,970

434
370
375
419

68
59
32
42

19
19
21
25

5,465
5,384
5,466
5,680

4,471
4,634
4,714
4,805

316
404
402
372

13
10
5
14

548
538
547
550

,818
,813
,848
,833

911
915
918
922

612
618
619
631

295
281
311
280

5,273
5,197
5,296
5,454

5,464
5,382
5,458
5,656

1924— Mar. 31
June 30
Oct 10
Dec. 31

10,785
10,844
1 1 , 234
11,619

376
366
447
516

45
33
56
50

28
31
37
36

5,392
5,372
5,551
5,801

4,944
5,043
5,142
5,216

330
338
245
234

15
9
9
15

551
551
549
547

1,865
1,860
1,917
1,878

923
922
926
926

633
640
645
655

309
297
346
297

5,212
5,181
5,374
5,575

5,380
5,347
5,537
5,786

1925— Apr. 6
June 30
Sept. 28
Dec. 31

11,661
11,770
12,104
12,438

491
438
488
506

77
37
56
53

37
36
37
37

5,697
5,784
5,968
6,232

5,360
5,475
5,556
5,610

225
285
270
273

15
9
11
16

519
513
551
544

,928
,925
,952
,930

930
934
938
940

660
670
675
693

338
320
339
297

5,508
5,570
5,779
5,971

5,699
5,763
5,971
6,198

1926— Apr. 12
June 30
Dec 31

12,311
12,337
12,548

449
423
448

58
37
42

41
38
43

6,018
5,997
6,100

5,745
5,842
5,914

285
316
266*

12
8
12

552
545
542

,986
,971
2,004

946
946
956

701
709
732

338
316
316

5,799
5,776
5,835

5,995
5,959
6,041

1927— Mar. 23
June 30
Oct. 10.
Dec. 31

12,502
12,764
13,107
13,249

441
429
477
487

64
48
64
50

44
45
50
47

5,889
6,007
6,180
6,240

6,064
6,235
6,336
6,424

213
247
194
193

11
9
10
17

553
542
547
537

2,051
2,044
2,107
2,075

961
962
970
968

737
748
753
111

353
333
384
336

5,705
5,777
5,948
5,989

5,876
5,968
6,150
6,184

1928— Feb. 28
June 30
Oct. 3-Dec. 31

13,031
13,175
13,449
13,566

457
398
448
438

20
45
36
50

50
50
52
54

5,982
5,994
6,181
6,291

6,523
6,688
6,732
6,732

192
364
339
339

15
10
9
16

539
546
560
563

2,108
2,124
2,170
2,158

969
974
977
978

780
793
800
816

359
357
365
323

28
42

5,798
5,768
5,946
5,993

5,973
5,941
6,123
6,202

1929— Mar. 27..
June 29
Oct. 4
Dec. 31

13,235
13,138
13,283
13,040

386
362
400
415

77
64
63
39

55
55
59
61

5,956
5,903
6,060
6,002

6,762
6,754
6,702
6,522

367
438
382
383

14
10
12
18

565
572
571
568

2,209
2,220
2,288
2,258

984
991
998
995

826
840
860
865

369
345
394
345

31
45
35
53

5,762
5,656
5,819
5,711

5,918
5,822
5,997
5,902

1930— Mar 27
June 30
Sept. 24
Dec. 31

12,753
12,859
12,626
12,351

373
386
416
399

67
51
60
53

65
71
'76
88

5,658
5,728
5,467
5,372

6,589
6,622
6,608
6,440

243
265
201
259

16
12
11
14

587
578
586
566

2,286
2,275
2,302
2,228

996
997
999
985

_=.--

870
874
872
859

375
348
381
323

44
55
51
62

5,485
5,478
5,303
5,114

5,623
5,651
5,432
5,280

1931— Mar 25
June 30
Sept. 29
Dec. 31

12,152
12,026
11,399
10,417

426
421
344
304

75
67
132
61

104
117
145
179

5,162
5,089
4,727
4,418

6,384
6,332
6,051
5,455

189
186
272
465

10
6
6
7

576
560
562
536

2,213
2,145
2,117
1,980

978
964
952
911

.....

846
823
805
759

335
291
300
231

54
67
61
79

5,016
4,868
4,569
4,197

5,123
5,035
4,703
4,351

1932—June 30
Sept. 30
Dec. 31

9,448
9,193
9,108

265
253
272

60
96
72

231
260
279

3,868
3,695
3,694

5,024
4,889
4,790

556
510
438

4
4
4

546
583
579

,887
,846
,783

889
881
873

709
688
656

201
199
169

87
77
85

3,701
3,556
3,530

3,828
3,659
3,641

1933— June 30
Oct. 25...
Dec. 30

7,759
7,970
8,230

236
243
264

116
114
111

285
293
300

3,203
3,280
3,500

3,919
4,040
4,056

174
142
128

4
4
4

493
509
508

,517
,546
,533

713
744
754

29
29
41

551
538
520

143
159
136

81
77
82

3,054
3,162
3,328

3,155
3,241
3,446

1934— Mar. 5
June 30_Oct. 17.
Dec. 31

8,811
9,189
9,644
9,886

297
318
365
360

181
174
125
178

301
256
210
210

3,783
3,966
4,356
4,499

4,250
4,474
4,587
4,639

86
36
18
14

3
3
2
3

518
501
487
473

,585
,612
,675
,650

774
755
745
730

69
160
224
256

515
• 486
471
456

143
139
163
140

84
71
72
68

3,648
3,792
4,168
4,292

3,741
3,907
4,291
4,427

1935— Mar. 4...
June 29
Nov. 1
Dec. 31

9,997
10.177
10,650
10,949

382
364
417
432

152
90
95
137

188
162
140
136

4,578
4,730
5,096
5,282

4,698
4,832
4,902
4,962

16
11
10
8

3
3
3
3

461
261
57
57

,670
,682
,708
,687

719
706
698
697

280
298
304
299

450
444
445
454

157
160
191
166

65
73
71
70

4,414
4,538
4,875
5,047

4,526
4,658
3,819
3,992




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100

BANKING AND MONETARY STATISTICS
NO. 35-COUNTRY MEMBER BANKS-PRINCIPAL ASSETS AND LIABILITIES ON CALL DATES, 1l1MI41-Contiiiued
[Amounts in millions of dollars]
Loans and Investments
Investments
Call date

Total

Loans
Total

U.S.
Government

Re-

Cash
in
with
Federal vault
Other Reserve
secu- Banks
rities

Cash
Bal- items
Balin
ances ances
with with process
domes- forof
tic
banksi
collection

tions

Total
Bank
Cusassets
premtomises, Other ers' SecuNumfurni- real
lia- rities Other
ber
ture estate bility bor- assets
of
and
on rowed
banks
fixacTotal
tures
ceptliabiliances
ties

1936—Mar. 4
June 30
Dec. 31

8.885
9,446
- 9,825

3,896
4,038
4,078

4,989
5,407
5,747

2,503
2,802
3,012

2.605
2,734

1,017
989
1,247

268
322
319

,757
,727

187
256
316

389
391

183
190
187

64 12.756
63 13,390
54 14.275

5,988
6,010
5,989

1937-Mat. 31
June 30
Dec. 31

9,945
10,134
10,124

4,204
4,340
4,446

5,741
5,794
5,677

3,023
3,155
3,167

2,719
2,639
2,510

1,304
1,337
1.361

321
330

,684
,554
.645

242

390
388

186
181
176

60 14,140
48 14,247
45 14.333

5,980
5,970
5,951

1938—Mar. 7
June 30......
Sept. 28
Dec. 31

9,958
9,752
9,958
10,113

4,369
4,383
4,399
4,444

5,589
5,364
5,558
5,669

3,124
2,964
3,146
3,233

2,465
2,400
2,412
2,435

1,366
1,263
1,282
1,353

310 ,700
316 ,806
,786
351
322 1,956

180
258
188
272

387
385
387
381

176
173
172
197

109
47
48
65

14,191
14,008
14,177
14,663

5,945
5,946
5,948
5,945

1939—Mar. 29
June 30
Oct. 2
Dee. 30

10,098
10,109
10,102
10,224

4,480
4,605
4,665
4,768

5,618
5,504
5,437
5,456

3,220
3,127
3,082
3,159

2,398
2,377
2,356
2,297

1,367
1,403
1,555
1,578

350 1,963
307 2,117
329 2,473
363 2,614

193
282
263
292

381
379
380
376

188
183
181
175

59
42
45
41

14,605
14,826
15,333
15,666

5,935
5,935
5.945
5,966

1940—Mar. 26_.
June 29..
Dee. 31..

10,194
10,257
10,826

4,860
4,987
5,309

5,334
5,270
5,517

3,060
3,030
3,269

2,273
2,240
2,248

1,648
1,733
1,857

2,645
328 2,711
452 3,002

213
270
372

377
373
372

171
148
137

143 15,783
60 15,884
78 17,101

5,983
6,005
6,089

1941—Apr. 4...
June 30,.
Sept. 24..
Dee. 31..

11,144
11,446
11,852
12,518

5,431
5,607
5,828
5,890

5,713
5,839
6,024
6,628

3,456
3,627
3,789
4,377

2,257 1,894
2,212 1,914
2,235 2,075
2,250 2,210

3,044
3,106
3,293
3,216

279
367
286
449

375
372
373

133
128
121
110

76 17,322
48 7,822
85 :8,591
L9,466

6,133
6,158
6,197
6,219

307

372
437
501
526

Deposits

Capital accounts
Bor-

Call date
Total

U.S.
Inter- Gov- Postal
bank 2 ern- 3 savment ings«

Other
demand

Other
time

294
289
265

459

469
498

186
192
202

5,136
5,440
6,039

3,978
4,401
4,839

5,456
5,544
5,662

1,774
1,774
1,775

716
719
724

248
239
225

508
517
534

218
210

6,013
6,027
5,968

4,890
5,008
4,868

6,137
5,997
6,096
6,496

5,667
5,644
5,634
5,656

.774
,778
,801
,798

728
727
729
725

217
216
211
207

538
541
544
559

221
217
240
217

5,957
5,738
5,908
6,224

4,781
4,439
4,685
4,914

142
143
141
161

6,377
6,537
6,941
7,158

5,710
5,764
5,780
5,817

,818
,828
,852
,851

727
728
732
733

197
193
187
186

563
573
578
593

243
236
256
234

99
99
105

6,183
6,255
6.677
6,866

4,857
4,779
4,925
5,048

596
568
665

158
157
165

7,168
7,239
8,216

5,908
5,964
6,067

,875
,876
,909

738
740
•754

176
174
169

600
607
628

258
249
250

103
106
111

6,954
6,969
7,845

5,100
5,015
5,705

708
684
766
822

130
167
184
243

8,318
8,741
9,314
13 10,109

6,148
6,192
6,255
6,228

1,943
1,956
1,990
1,982

758
760
765
768

164

162
158
155

637
649
656
669

275
272
298
273

no

3,039
8,374
9,028
9,661

5,863
6,146
6,709
7,529

451
427
501

93
207
178

5,322
5,696
6,355

5,021
5,174
5,355

1937—Mar, 31
June 30....
Dee. 31,...

12,290
12,400
12,486

458
426
434

57
69
78

6,255
6,296
6,251

1938—Mar. 7
June 30
Sept. 28
Dec. 31.__.

12,351
12,163
12,308
12,809

425
403
423
471

66
68
108
144

1939—Mar. 29
,. 12,733
12,943
June 30
13,427
Oct. 2
13,762
Dec. 30....

464
467
538
598

13,854
,. 13,950
15,132
15,319
15,799
16,532
17,415

1

DeReUndi- serves mand
Net
vided for
de^
deprof- con- posits mand
its8 tiuaddegen- justed 7 posits T
cies,
etc.*

697
704
709

10,983
11,591
.12,458

1941—Apr. 4
June 30
Sept. 24
.
Dec. 31...„..

Com- Pre- Surmon ferred plus
stock stock 5

1,706
1,729
1,750

1936—Mar. 4..
June 30_.
Dee. 31_.

1940—Mar. 26
June 29
Dec. 31

Accept- Other
ances liaout- bilistand- ties Total
ing

Memoranda

10

60

114
113
117

"Balances with foreign banks" are included in "balances with domestic banks" prior to May 4, 1920, and in "other assets" from May 4,
1920,s to December 31, 1926.
Before October 3, 1928, all interbank deposits were reported as "due to banks" and were assumed to be demand deposits.
3
Includes United States Treasurer's time deposits, open, account. Such accounts were first opened in November 1938; before that time all
United States Government deposits were demand deposits.
4
Prior to June 30, 1921, figures represent postal savings deposits at national banks only. Under specific provisions of law, postal savings
deposits were subject to the reserve requirements applicable to time deposits from June 21, 1917,, to August 23, 1935, but they were in fact demand
deposits until the passage of the Banking Act of 1933, when the terms under which such deposits were made were amended so as to conform to
the definition of time deposits.
* Includes capital notes and debentures issued by State member banks (national banks do not issue them). Preferred stock was not issued
by member banks before the banking holiday of 1933.
a
The composition of undivided profits and reserves has been changed from time to time; see introductory text, p. 71.
7
For definitions of "demand deposits adjusted" and "net demand deposits" see introductory text, p. 65.




101

ALL MEMBER BANKS
NO. 36-COUNTRY MEMBER BANKS-CLASSIFICATION OF LOANS ON CALL DATES, 1928-1141
[In millions of dollars]
Loans on securities, except to banks

Open market paper

Call date

Total
loans

Acceptances
payable
in U. S.

Total1

To brokers
and
dealers

Bills

Commercial
Own Accept- abroad paper
bought
accept- ances
ances1 of otbei
banks

&

Real estate loans

Total

To
others

Outside
New
York
City

In
New
York
City

Total

On
farm
land

On
other
real
estate

Loans
to
banks

Other
loans1

1928— Oct 3
Dec. 31

8,885
8,915

235
249

24
30

17
8

195
211

2,106
2,281

378
376

117
107

1,610
1,799

1,422
1,443

294
290

,129
,154

46
37

5,075
4,904

1929— Mar. 27
June 29
Oct. 4
Dec. 31

9,001
9,096
9,226
8,936

244
180
177
200

44
33
27
33

8
7
6
5

192
140
144
163

2,409
2,455
2,671
2,522

354
316
376
208

114
105
125
83

1,942
2 ,034
2 ,170
2 ,231

1,466
1,486
1,485
1,462

289
287
279
276

,176
,199
,206
,186

39
49
45
45

,843
,926
,847
,705

1930— Mar. 27
June 30
Sept. 24
Dec. 31

8,768
8,602
8,354
8,001

238
183
171
128

27
8
4
5

4
4
4
3

207
171
164
120

2,449
2,356
2,316
2,198

258
129
115
49

93
90
88
59

2 ,097
2 ,137
2 ,112
2 ,090

1,475
1,475
1,480
1,455

279
274
275
264

,196
,201
,205
,191

65
62
62
62

,541
,527
,326
,158

1931— Mar. 25
June 30
Sept. 29
Dec. 31

7,740
7,513
7,199
6,608

121
105
84
59

4

5
2
1
4

2
2
2
2

114
101
81
48

2,133
2,061
,968
,772

36
30
32
16

64
47
43
28

2 ,033
,984
,892
,728

1,449
1,437
1,411
1.346

261
260
254
237

,188
,177
,157
,109

58
60
64
69

3,978
3,849
3,673
3,362

1932— June 30
Sept. 30
Dec. 31

6,014
5,767
5,493

54
49
33

3
4
2

13
8
1

2
2
2

36
36
28

,559
,491
,440

13
9
8

20
17
15

,525
,464
,417

1,328
1,324
1,304

238
241
234

,090
,084
,070

59
49
50

3.015
2,854
2,667

1933— June 30
Oct 25
Dec. 30

4,275
4,283
4.223

35
53
44

3
3
3

4
2
3

1
2
3

27
46
34

,143
,141
,129

10
23
22

15
14
15

,117
,104
,092

1,055
1,070
1,061

182
189
196

873
881
865

38
35
38

2,005
1,984
1,952

1934— Mar 5
Oct. 17
Dec. 31

4,234
4,172
4,105
4,025

70
82
108
101

5
3
5
2

10
5
5
5

2
2
3
2

54
72
95
92

1,122
1,098
1,075
1,060

30
45
48
50

16
14
15
14

1,077
1,039
1,012
996

1,068
1,056
1,026
1,026

181
170
161
158

887
886
865
867

35
33
28
27

1,937
,903
,868
,810

1935— Mar, 4
June 29
Nov. 1
Dec. 31

3,991
3,959
3,919
3,918

118
123
140
143

2
2
3
2

6
3
3
3

2
2
2
2

109
116
132
135

1,045
963
918
914

64
18
3
7

16
13
13
13

966
932
902
894

1,018
1,020
1,026
1,035

157
158
154
153

860
862
871
882

25
21
19.
17

,785
,831
,815
,810

1936— Mar. 4
June 30
Dec. 31

3,896
4,038
4,078

151
158
187

2
2
3

3
2
4

1
1
2

145
152
178

895
894
872

14
16
13

15
17
16

865
861
843

1,043
1,078
1,123

155
160
161

888
918
962

17
17
14

,791
.891
.881

1937— Mar. 31
June 30
Dec. 31

4,204
4,340
4,446

235
223
216

2
2
2

12
4
3

5
5
3

216
211
208

867
861
849

16
15
9

17
18
16

833
828
824

1,150
1,179
1,219

165
169
169

985
1,010
1,050

15
16
13

1,937
2,062
2,148

1938— Mar. 7
June 30
Sept. 28

4,369
4,388
4,399

215
173
156

3
2
2

3
2
2

1
1
1

208
168
151

828
811
805

9
6
7

15
14
14

804
790
784

1,233
1,269
1,303

173
176
179

1,060
1,092
1,123

11
9
9

2,083
2,126
2,127

Loans
to
banks

Other
loans

June 30

Call date

Total
loans

0r

Acceptances
payable in
U. S.

Commercial
loans

Agricultural
loans

Total

Real estate loans

Loans for
n urchasing
carrying
securities

Open market paper

ComBills
merTo
paycial
broable
Own Accept- abroad paper
kers
bought and
accept- ances
dealers
ances )f other
banks

To
others

Total

On
farm
land

On
residential
property

Other

1938— Dec. 31

4,444

1,048

483

138

2

1

1

134

25

243

1,353

182

873

298

5

1,149

1939— Mar. 29
June 30
Oct. 2 2
Dec. 30

4,480
4,605
4,665
4,768

1,081
1,095

517
531

142
140

1
2

2
1

1
2

138
136

24
22

226
229

1,363
1,402

185
187

870
897

309
318

6
5

1,121
1,180

1,151

495

163

2

2

1

158

20

224

1,477

194

955

328

4

1,234

1940— Mar. 26 2
June 29
Dec. 31

4,860
4,987
5,309

1,187
1,267

546
590

174
187

1
1

1
3

1
1

171
182

17
21

208
201

1,544
1,644

203
208

1,000
1,081

340
355

3
3

1,307
1,397

1941— Apr. 4s
June 30 2
Sept. 24
Dec 31

5,431
5,607
5,828
5,890

1,377

555

216

2

2

1

212

17

195

1,739

217

1,158

364

3

1,504

1,431

659

245

2

2

1

240

20

183

1,823

215

1,234

373

2

1,528

1
2

Reporting banks' "own acceptances" are included in "other loans" prior to December 1931.
Beginning with October 1939 a detailed classification of loans has not been required as of spring and autumn call dates.




BANKING AND MONETARY STATISTICS

102

N0.37-COUNTRY MEMBER BANKS-CLASSIFICATION OF INVESTMENTS ON CALL DATES, 1928-1941
[In millions of dollars]
Other domestic securities

U. S. Government obligations

Direct
Total
investments

Call date

Total

Bills*

Notes

Obligations
Bonds, notes, and
debentures
of
States
Guar- and
anteed polit- Total Sovernical
ment
subagencies
Util- Other
Raildivinot
Bonds
guar- roads' ities'
sions
anteed
byU.S.»

Corporate
stocks

Foreign
securities

F.R.
Bank

Other

Total
securities
maturing in
5 years
or leas

1928— Oct 3
Dec. 31

4,727
4,751

1,362'
1,382

169
180

206
212

986
990

632
644

2,313
2,297

522
516

696
691

925
912

54
54

116
124

421
429

1929— Mar 27
June 29
Get 4
Dec. 31

4,740
4,623
4,554
4,439

1,424
1,384
•1,361
1,267

190
159
139
97

213
220
201
171

1,020
1,004
1,021
999

635
622
621
627

2,260
2,209
2,174
2,156

505
488
476
471

681
666
654
650

895
865
84S
831

55
55
56
56

124
134
140
148

422
408
399
389

1930— Mar. 27
June 30
Sept. 24
Dec 31

4,475
4,554
4,589
4,519

1,273
1,229
1,219
1,159

78
38
47
34

175
157
134
112

1,021
1,034
1,039
1,014

625
630
630
659

2,189
2,291
2,330
2,317

468
510
516
518 i

694
711
730
734

819
844
849
826

57
57
57
56

150
169
180
183

388
405
409
382

1931— Mar 25
June 30
Sept 29
Dec 31

4,550
4,555
4,606
4,392

1,224
1,279
1,433
1,418

64
44
35
50

97
105
122
132

1,063
1,130
1,276
1,235

673
680
694
678

2,292
2,255
2,171
2,016

514
520
512
492

735
732
701
648

807
768
725
654

56
55
55
52

180
180
177
170

362
339
309
281

1932—June 30
Sept. 30
Dec 31

4,226
4,187
4,114

1,432
1,471
1,474

51
41
31

136
190
221

,244
,240
,222

656
646
646

1,889
1,834
1,773

473
466
457

602
580
554

598
574
547

51
>50
50

166
164
165

250
234
221

1933—June 30
Oct 25
Dec. 30

3,598 1,469
3,748 1,592
3,845 •1,683

64
29
50

299
330
335

,106
,234
1,297

4

581
594
621

1,387
1,405
1,397

370
380
376

434
443
442

405
404
407

42
43
44

136
135
128

161 .._.....
155
144

1934— Mar. 5
June 30
Oct. 17
Dec 31

4,148
4,283
4,545
4,756

1,946
1,982
1,992
2,108

91
69
56
13

486
446
458
562

1,368
1,467
1,478
1,533

25
215
355

664
681
720
741

1,401
1,471
1,505
1,450

78
167
183
137

385
399
418
428

445
441
443
441

319
301
301
297

45
46
48
48

129
118
112
99

136
124
112
102

1935— Mar 4
June 29
Nov. 1
Dec 31

4,757
4,780
4,903
5,002

2,020
1,931
1,875
1,940

14
19
26
28

541
543
701
722

1,465
i;370
1,148
1,189

448
553
609
623

741
750
789
807

1,450
1,451
1,529
1,534

143
102
100
102

437
446
466
461

439
461
499
518

285
297
326
317

48
48
44
44

97
97
93
92

98
95
101
98

1936— Mar 4
June 30
Dec. 31

4,989
5,407
5,747

1,873
2,163
2,368

40
26
17

704
735
689

1,129
1,402
1,662

630
640
645

821
845
883

1,565
1,664
1,765

111
111
99

478
519
534

504
540
599

338
360
403

44
44
44

91
89
86

100
95
86

1937— Mar 31
June 30
Dec 31

5,741
5,794
5,677

2,397
2,520
2,490

31
52
29

707
792
786

1,659
1,676
1,675

626
635
678

899
880
879

1,721
1,667
1,554

100
98
84

536
522
498

565
536
491

394
386
359

44
44
44

82
81
78

98
92
76

1938— Mar '7
June 30
Sept 28
Dec. 31

5,589
5,364
5,558
5,669

2,477
2,385
2,550
2,636

24
13
15
11

787
715
766
732

1,665
1,657
1,770
1,893

647
579
596
597

880
878
903
982

1,513
1,458
1,446
1,386

82
76
67
82

490
471
465
450

475
450
441
427

345
342
354
324

45
45
45
45

77
75
73
58

72
64
64
67 H.720

1939— Mar. 29
June 30
Oct. 2 6
Dec. 30

5,618
5,504
5,437
._ 5,456

2,578
2,444
2,383
2,434

15
11

585
563

1,978
1,870

99
94

438
422

388
369

310
307

45
45

53
53

63 H,608
61 1 H.702

431

1,972

1,001
1,025
1,058
1,061

1,333
1,290

31

643
683
699
725

1,171

94

399

311

271

45

51

65

1,742

1940— Mar, 26*
June 29
Dec. 31

5,334
5,270
5,517

2,341
2,335
2,559

36
45

1,849
2,081

719
695
710

1,076
1,097
1,146

1,080
1,041

109
108

368
343

269
262

242
238

46
46

46
44

63
61

1,782
1,921

1941— Apr. 4 8
June 30
Sept. 24 «
Dec. 31

5,713
5,839
6,024
6,628

2,762
2,839
2,870
3,517

~"~60~

694
788
919
861

1,176
1,165
1,191
1,222

987

106

324

242

226

47

42

60

1,923

969

113

309

231

230

48

39

59

2,243

110

451
433

""374" ~MOT
481

2,926

( )

i Includes certificates of indebtedness up to and including October 17, 1934; no Treasury certificates outstanding from December 1934 until
early 1942. Treasury bills were^first issued in December 1929.
3
Included in '"other" bonds, notes, and debentures prior to March 5, 1934. Securities guaranteed as to interest only, first issued in July 1933
and 8
replaced in 1934-1935 by fully guaranteed obligations, have been classified as not guaranteed.
Comprises bonds only, October 1928 to December 1933, inclusive, and bonds, notes, and debentures thereafter.
' Not reported separately; included in "other" bonds, notes, and debentures. No such securities (guaranteed as to both principal and interest)
were5issued until late in 1933.
This is the amount reported as "maturing in 1939-1943." A classification of securities by maturity was not required tefore December 1938.
8
Beginning with October 1939 a detailed classification of securities has not been required as of spring and autumn call dates.




ALL MEMBER BANKS

103

N0.38-COUNTRY MEMBER BANKS-CLASSIFICATION OF DEPOSITS ON CALL DATES, 1928-1941
[In millions of dollars]
Demand
Interbank
Call date
Total

Domestic

Foreign

U.S.
Government

Time
IndividStates Certified
and
uals,
and
partpolitneroffiTotal
ical
cers' ships,
subdivi- checks, corporations,
sions
etc.
etc.

Interbank

Do- Formestic eign

14
9

U.S.
Gov- States
and
ernment politand
ical
postal subsav- 1 divisions
ings

Individuals, partnerships,
corporations, etc.

Total

Savings

ChristCertifimas
cates Open savacings
of
de: counts and
2
posit
similar
accounts'1

52
54

123
116

6,609
6,615

5,169
5,240

1,288
1,278

151
98

55
55
59
61

132
139
140
133

6^629
6,615
6,562
6,390

5,215
5,214
5,133
5,095

1,264
1,230
1,219
1,199

ISO
172
210
95

65
71
76
88

147
145
147
128

6,442
6,477
6,461
6,312

5,080
5,096
5,046
5,047

104
117
145
179 .

138
125
117
106

6,246
6,207
5,935
5,349

7
7
7

231
260
279

94
110
104

4,211
4,345
4,365

7
12
10

285
293
300

3,007
3,150
3,472
3,589

4,562
4,746
4,814
4,864

11
15
17
16

90
104
106
127

3,642
3,761
4,095
4,254

4,902
5,009
5,059
5,115

965
1,008
1,011

106
121
167

4,252
4,567
5,177

57
69
78

1,113
1,067
959

130
139
149

1928— Oct. 3
Dec 31

6,651
6,771

431
427

2
2

36
50

646
684

140
171

5,395
5,437

6,798
6,794

1929— Mar-. 27
June 29
Oct. 4
Dec 31

6,409
6,321
6,515
6,450

374
350
391
405

2
4
2
3

77
64
63
39,

763
771
705
742

124
143
132
169

5,069
4,989
5,222
5,091

6,827
6,817
6,768
6,590

7
7
6

1930— Mar 27
June 30
Sept 24
Dec 31

6,093
6,157
5,931
5,813

365
376
402
387

3
3
3
2

67
51
60
53

884
921
760
762

118
137
105
152

4,657
4,670
4,602
4,458

6,660
6,701
6,695
6,538

6
7
11
11

1931— Mar 25
June 30
Sept 29
Dec 31

5,650
5,564
5,192
4,776

410
405
332
295

2
3

r

2

75
67
132
61

884
853
748
692

110
118
91
122

4,168
4,119
3,888
3,604

6,501
6,461
6,207
5,641

12
12
11
7

1932— June 30
Sept. 30
Dec 31

4,187
4,036
4,031

257
244
264

1
2
1

60
96
72

734
613
615

82
69
90

3,052
3,013
2,988

5,262
5,157
5,076

1933— June 30
Oct. 25
Dec. 30

3,548
3,625
3,865

228
230
253

1
1
1

116
114
111

555
579
622

72
68
85

2,576
2,633
2,793

1934— Mar 5
June 30
Oct 17
Dec. 31

4,250
4,443
4,830
5,021

285
303
347
342

1
1
1
2

181
174
125
178

702
731
787
804

74
85
98
106

1935— Mar. 4
June 29.
Nov. 1
Dec. 31

5,095
5,168
5,591
5,835

364
347
399
415

1
1
2
1

152
90
95
137

845
865
895
901

1936— Mar. 4
June 30
Dec. 31

5,850
6,314
7,017

433
410
483

1
1
2

93
207
178

1937— Mar. 31
June 30
Dec. 31

6,754
6,776
_ 6,742

440
409
412

2
2
1

10

1

1:217
1,214
1,226
1,170

145
167
188
95

4,972
4,926
4,695
4,346

1,154
1,122
1,065
916

121
159
175
88

4,931
4,780
4,686

4,001
3,842
3,835

826
812
779

103
126
72

86
87
83

3,833
3,953
3,973

3,157
3,268
3,362

605
593
556

36
45
45

34
47
10

301
256
210
210

87
87
87
84

4,163
4,388
4,500
4,554

3,549
3,742
3,830
3,939

554
565
575
560

41
47
49
44

21
34
46
11

17
16
17
16

188
162
140
136

75
76
78
83

4,623
4,756
4,824
4,879

3,994
4,115
4,184
4,267

557
547
537
544

49
57
54
57

23
37
49
12

5,133
5,277
5,440

17
16
16

95
87
69

82
80
80

4,938
5,094
5,275

4,299
4,435
4,674

554
553
529

60
61
58

25
45
13

5,013
5,089
5,143

5,536
5,624
5,743

16
15
21

64
64
61

79
85
158

5,377 4,751
5,459 4,822
5,504 1 4,917

528
523
509

62
80
62

37
54
15

56
52
46
44

159
144
147
•147

5,508
5,499
5,488
5,509

4,912
4,888
4,869
4,955

501
497
485
475

62
60
61
66

33
56
72
12

4,971
5,011

477
480

71
69

38
58

1

•

1938— Mar. 7
June 30
Sept. 28
Dec. 31

6,607
6,446 i
6,604
7,086

403
380
398
446

1
2
2
2

66
68
108
143

1,073
1,008
969
1,128

101
126
114
154

4,963
4,863
5,013
5,215

5,744
5,717
5,703
5,723

20
22
23
23

1939— Mar. 29__
June 30
Oct 2 3
Dec. 30

6,953
7,113
7,584
7,884

438
439
509
571

2
2
2
2

137
136
133
154

1,176
1,130
1,073
1,090

114
135
131
172

5,087
5,272
5,736
5,896

5,780
5,830
5,843
5,878

25
26
27
26

::::::

46
40
35
35

153
145
148
140

5,557
5,619
5,632
5,677

5,125

467

70

15

1940— Mar. 263
June 29
Dec. 31

7,882
7,921
9,003

566
538
633

2
2
2

147
143
151

1,205
1,115
1,184

131
164
187

5,832
5,960
6,846

5,972
6,029
6,129

35
37
33

151
147
150

5,757
5,816
5,917

5,204
5,355

470
465

73
81

68
17

1941— Apr. 43
June 30 3
Sept 24
Dec. 31

9,109
9,545
10,215
11,127

677
652
732
790

3
2
2
2

114
151
168
225

1,269
1,269
1,341
1,370

163
190
169
239

6,886
7,282
7,805
8,500

6,210
6,254
6,317
6,288

29
29
29 -~ —
29
30
32
30

31 .
31
30
31

142
143
145
146

6,006
6,049
6,110
6.0S2

5.423

463

83

81

5,532

441

91

18

1
2

United States Treasurer's time deposits, open account, were first established in November 1938.
"Christmas savings and similar accounts" are included in "open accounts" before June 1933.
» A condensed form of report was adopted for spring and autumn calls beginning with October 1939. For this reason, no breakdown of time
deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations is available; and the breakdown of interbank deposits, both demand and time, into those
of domestic and foreign banks, respectively, haa been estimated.




SECTION 3
ASSETS AND LIABILITIES OF INSURED BANKS
Text
Table 39. All insured commercial banks—principal assets and liabilities, June and December,
1934-1941
Table 40. All insured commercial banks—classification of loans and investments, June and
December, 1934-1941
Table 41. All insured commercial banks—classification of investments by maturities and by
class of bank, December 31, 1941
Table 42. All insured commercial banks—classification of deposits, June and December, 19341941
Table 43. Insured nonmember commercial banks—principal assets and liabilities, June and
December, 1934-1941
Table 44. Insured nonmember commercial banks—classification of loans and investments, June
and December, 1934-1941
'., . .
Table 45. Insured nonmember commercial banks—classification of deposits; June and December, 1934-1941
Table 46. Insured mutual savings banks—principal assets and liabilities, June and December,
1934-1941
Table 47. All insured commercial banks—principal assets and liabilities, by States, December
31, 1941




Page
107
108
109
110
110

Ill
112
113
113
114

SECTION 3
ASSETS AND LIABILITIES OF INSURED BANKS
Statistics of assets and liabilities of insured
banks, based on tabulations of so-called "call
reports" at semiannual intervals, provide detailed information for the largest coverage of
banks now reporting on a comparable basis.
Detailed figures by States and by major classes
of insured banks have been published by the
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation for end
of June and December dates beginning with June
1934 in a report entitled Assets and Liabilities of
Operating Insured Banks, which is the source
of the figures shown in this section.1
All member banks of the Federal Reserve System, both national and State, have their deposits insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance
Corporation up to a maximum of $5,000 for each
depositor; nonmember banks are admitted to insurance upon application to and approval by the
Corporation. Call reports are required by law
to be rendered by national banks to the Comptroller of the Currency and by State member
banks of the Federal Reserve System to their
respective Federal Reserve Banks at least three
times a year.2 Insured nonmember banks are
required to submit reports of condition at such
times as the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation may request; since its inauguration the Corporation has called for two such reports each
year, as of the end of June and December.
The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
combines summary figures for national banks
and State member banks of the Federal Reserve
System with corresponding summary figures compiled by the Corporation from the reports of insured nonmember banks, thus arriving at the
aggregate statistics covering all insured banks.3
1
For the period 1934-1937, the figures are based in part on data
appearing in the 1938 Annual Report of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, because a number of revisions were made
after publication of the original figures in the report Assets and
Liabilities of Operating Insured Banks.
2
All State banks and trust companies in the District of Columbia, whether insured or noninsured, are required to submit reports
of condition to the Comptroller of the Currency. In addition,
those that are members of the Federal Reserve System are re quired to submit condition reports to the Federal Reserve Bank
of Richmond.




The compilation is facilitated by the fact that
the forms of call reports prescribed for national
banks, State member banks, and insured nonmember banks are substantially the same.4 The
introductory text to Section 2 will be useful,
therefore, in understandipg the statistics in this
section.
Tables 39-42 in this section give data for all
insured commercial banks corresponding to those
given for all member banks in Tables 18-21 of
Section 2, while Tables 43-45 give similar data
for insured nonmember commercial banks and
Table 46 summarizes data for insured mutual
savings banks. Table 47 gives a slightly more
detailed statement of assets and liabilities of all
insured commercial banks, by States, for December 31, 1941.
Statistics for all insured banks include the
assets and liabilities of banks in .United States
possessions. On December 31, 1941, there were
four insured banks in possessions: two national
banks in Alaska, one national bank in the Virgin Islands, and one bank in Hawaii organized
under the laws of the territory. None of these
were members of the Federal Reserve System.
The assets and liabilities of these banks are included in figures given in this section, but are
excluded from the figures of insured commercial
banks given in Section 1, Tables 1, 8, and 10.
Their exclusion does not appreciably affect the
aggregates for all insured banks, since the four
banks in the possessions had total assets of only
10 million dollars, or a little over 1/100 of one
per cent of the aggregate of all insured banks.
Additional statistics relating to insured banks
are given in Section 1, Tables 1, 8,10, 12,13, and
16; Section 6, Tables 64 and 65; and Section 8,
Tables 75-77 and 82-84.
3
The summarization of the condition reports of national banks is
made by the Comptroller of the Currency and of those of State
member banks by the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve
System.
* The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation provides a special
form of report for insured nonmember mutual savings banks,
whereas the three mutual savings banks which have been members
of the Federal Reserve System since April 1941 submit reports
on the same form as other (commercial) member banks.

107

BANKING AND MONETARY STATISTICS

108

NO. 39-ALL INSURED COMMERCIAL BANKS-PRINCIPAL ASSETS AND LIABILITIES, JUNE AND DECEMBER, 1934-1941
[Amounts in millions of dollars]
Loans and investments

l

Investments
Date

Total

Loans
Total

Reserves
with
Cash
in
Federal
U.S.
Reserve vault
Govern- Other Banks
ment securiobligaties
tions

Balances
with
domestic
banks

Cus-

Total
BalCash Bank
tOffl- Se:
assets
ances items premers* curiNumOther iabil- ties Other!
with
in
ber
for- process furm- real ity bor- assets'
of
eign
of
ture estate on rowbanks3
i
and
banks collecac- ed
tion fixtures
ceptTotal
ances
labilities

31,688
1934— June 30
Dec. 31.... 32,785

15,190
14,614

16,498
18,172

10,005
11,713

6,493
6,459

3,819
4,082

623
793

3,661
4,193

146
190

1,094
1,944

1,213
1,212

427
465

254
243

5
4

505
536

43,435
46,448

13,939
14,147

33,552
1935— June 29
Dec. 31, — 34,835

14,515
14,719

19,036
20,116

12,352
13,275

6,684
6,841

4,933
5,573

705
870

4,523
5,049

76
55

2,304

1,219

1,210
1,196

508
551

159
180

2 378
1 313

47,265
50,927

14,177
14,124

1936— June 30..,, 37,315
Dec. 31.... 38,272

15.131
15,965

22,184
22,307

14,772
14,750

7,412
7,558

5,607
6,572

916
917

5,266
5,589

55
58

2,194

1,195
1,178

574
560

159
181

1 310
1 287

53,592
56,210

14,061
13,969

1937— June 30... . 38,222
Dec. 31.__. 37,227

17,044
16,750

21,179
20,477

13,985
13,669

7,214
6,807

6,897
7,005

844
790

4,496
4,745

55
72

2,249
2,319

1,173
1,161

537
520

191
157

1 240
1 217

54,905
54,212

13,883
13,793

36,004
1938= June 30
Dec. 31.... 37,475

15,726
16,024

20,279
21,451

13,525
14,507

6,753
6,944

8,004
8,694

910
950

5,392
5,664

119
54

1,946
1,814

1,153
1,123

509
646

111
122

2
5

219
253

54,369
56,800

13,723
13,657

1939— June 30..,. 38,033
Dec. 30..., 39,294

16,040
16,866

21,993 15,038
22,428 , 15,567

6,955
6,860

10,011
11,604

918
1,067

6,142
7,319

44
25

2,239

1,107
1,091

610
566

104 ....
110

217
209

59,426
63,147

13,567
13,534

1940— June 29.-.. 39,836
Dec. 31... . 42,561

17,014
18,397

22,821 15,901
24,163 ! 17,064

6,920
7,099

13,751
13,992

984
1,235

7,540
8,204

16
12

2,847

1,081
1,071

507
463

81
84

4
12

217
239

65,589
70,720

13,479
13,438

1941— June 30.__- 46,192
Dec.31.__. 49,294

19,913
21,262

26.279
28.032

19,371
21,047

6,908
6,985

12,959
12,396

1,243
1,359

8,299
8,574

10
11

2,489
3,453

1,067
1,061

429
370

79
73

4
4

214
233

72,984
76,827

13,422
13,426

2,595

1,861
1,573

Deposit*

Date
Total

Capital accounts

Inter- U.S. Postal Other
bank Govern- sav- demand
ment 1 ings

Other
time

Borrowings

Accept^ Other
ances liabilioutties
standing

Com-

Pre-

Total

mon ferred
stock* stock «

Surplus

Memorandum—
ReDeUndi- serves mand
vided
for deposits
profits' contin- adgencies, justed
etc. 6

1934— June 30... _ 35,833
Dec. 31.... 39,015

4,435
4,950

1,708
1,687

661
524

17,305
19.846

11,724
12,008

79
49

279
264

999

6,244

3,319

96.9

6,152

3,349

1,962
1,915

471
470

492
418

16,211
17,901

1935— June 29.. .. 40,320
Dec. 31.... 44,147

5,481
6,394

805
881

372
280

21,062
23,669

12,600
12,922

46
35

176
199

510
335

6,213
6.210

3,365
3.300

1,893
1,946

529
548

427
416

19,843
21,365

46,649
49,283

6,708
7,100

1,106
947

196
.140

25,182
27,271

13,458
13,826

39
32

180
203

425
363

6,299
6,329

3,213
3,081

2,042
2,185

628
666

415

1937— June 30.... 47,830
47,224
Dec. 31

6,146
6.128

651
801

132
126

26,591
25,588

14,309
14,580

35
30

215
176

428
378

6,396
6,404

3,054
3.030

2,225
2.268

708
711

409
395

24,342
23,269

193»— JuneSO.... 47,461
Dec. 31.. „ 49,779

6,651
7,254

560
840

110
84

25,561
27,014

14.579
14,587

27
18

123
140

366
428

6,392
6,435

1939— June 30.. _ _ 52,327
Dec. 30... . 56,076

7,943
9,523

753
808

65
51

28,733
30,695

14,834
14,998

16
14

122
126

446
406

6,515

1940—June 29.. _ _ 58,425
63,469
Dec. 31

9,795
10,539

789
701

41
35

32,520
36,670

15,281
15,525

14
11

96
98

65,617
1941— JuneSO
Dec, 31..., 69,421

10,546
10,654

702
1,797

28
25

38,658
41,302

15,682
15,643

11
10

94
87

1936— June 30
Dee, 31

22,988
397. 24,676

2,429

553

2,292
2,347

732
742

350
365

23,615
25,200

2,427
6,524 I 2.432

528
482

2,381
2,443

799
789

380
378

26,494
28,834

447
467

6,606
6,673

2,436

457
431

2,484
2,563

837 i
838

394

2,441

400

30,947
33,823

489
467

6,773
6,842

2,452
2,469

407
380

2,603
2,686

898
896

413
412

36,170
37,849

3,019

1
Beginning with December 31, 1938, the figures of loans and investments exclude and the figures of "other real estate" include loans and
investments indirectly representing bank premises or other real estate; the amounts of such loans and investments at all insured commercial banks
were2 54 and 102 million dollars, respectively, on December 31, 1938.
The number of banks in this table excludes insured commercial banks in United States possessions; there were two such banks in December
1934 and in June and December 1935, and four thereafter. The assets and liabilities of such banks are relatively small (total deposits $9,481,000
on December 31, 1941) and have not been excluded from this table. The number of banks in this table includes insured nonmember commercial
banks for which condition reports were not available and insured nonmember trust companies not engaged in deposit banking, the assets and
liabilities of which are not included in this table, as follows: 43 on June 30, 1934; 12 on December 31, 1934; 4 on June 29, 1935; 3 on December 31,
1935; 6 on June 30, 1936; 3 on December 31, 1936; 2 on June 30 and December 31, 1'937; 4 on June 30, 1938; 2 on December 31, 1938; 2 on June 30,
1939; 3 on December 30, 1939; 3 on June 29, 1940; 4 on December 31, 1940; and 3 on June 30 and December 31, 1941.
s Includes United States Treasurer's time deposits, open account. Such accounts (carried at member banks only, before 1942} were first
opened in November 1938.
« The figures of "preferred stock" are the aggregate par values of such stock plus the face amount of capital notes and debentures issued by
insured State banks (national banks do not issue them). The figures of "common stock" are the difference between (1) the aggregate book value
of common and preferred stock and capital notes and debentures and (2) the par value of preferred stock and the face amount of capital notes and
debentures.
. '
* Prior to December 31, 1938, the figures of "undivided profits" include and those of "reserves for contingencies, etc.," exclude reserves for
dividends payable in the form of common stock; the amount of such reserves at all insured commercial banks on December 31, 1938, was 8 million
dollars.




INSURED BANKS

109

NO. 40-ALL INSURED COMMERCIAL BANKS-CLASSIFICATION OF LOANS AND INVESTMENTS, JUNE AND DECEMBER, 1934-1941
(In millions of dollars]
Loans for
purchasing or
carrying
securities

Open market paper

Date

Total
loans

Commercial
loans1

Agricultural'
loans1

Acceptances
payable in
U.S.

Total

Real estate loans

CommerTotal
To
cial
Accept- abroad paper brokers To
bought and others^
Own
ances
dealers
accept- of other
banks
ances

Bills

ffi

On
farm
land

On
residential
property

Other

Loans
to
banks

Other
loans3

1934— June 30,__, 15.190
14,614
Dec. 31

721
782

217
235

265
257

21
32

219
257

1,329
1,068

3,714
3,492

3,462
3,, 336

556
499

2,£ 06
2,* 36

165
164

6,798
5,772

1935-June 29— . 14,515
14,719
Dec. 31

643
696

139
175

201
182

18
29

285
310

1,191
1,268

3,295
3,228

3,330
3,323

497
488

2,* 33
2,S 35

128
105

5,928
6,099-

1936—June 30
Dec. 31

15,131
15,965

(662)
(637)

600
691

119
133

144
161

18
19

319
378

1,371
1,447

3,193
3,103

3,366
3,447

489
488

2,£ 77
2,£ 59

87
90

6,514
7,187

1937— June 30
Deo 31

17,044
16,750

(726)
(788)

704
702

116
131

132
128

16
23

441
420

1,566
971

3,150
3,065

3,584
3,641

504
502

3,C 80
3,1 39

119
73

7,921
8,298

1038— June 30
" Dec. 31

15,726
16,024

5,154

(926)
1,065

543
479

113
96

76
89

14
10

340
283

726
1,002

2,917
2
851

3,722
3,859

513
519

3,5 09
923
2,417

124
128

7,694
33,487

1939— June SO.... 16,040
Dec. 30
16,866

5,228
5,835

1,193
1,094

461
497

102
93

67
63

9
9

284
331

755
817

828
794

3,990
4,137

531
534

2,468
2,597

991
1,006

60
57 .

3,524
3,635

17,014
1940—June 29
Dec. 31-. __ 18,397

6,003
6,671

1,183
1,281

499
508

91
75

47
56

5
4

356
372

464
663

742
727

4,283
4,470

544
544

2,720
2,883

1,020
1,044

43
44

3,797
4,033

1941— June 30.... 19,913
21,262
Dec. 31

7,746
8,544

1,167
1,450

597
671

80
78

53
45

6
7

458
541

592
614

703
662

4,632
4,775

551
535

3,039
3,208

1,041
1,031

45
40

4,431
4,506

Other domestic securities

U. S. Government obligations
Direct
Date

Total
investments

ObliBonds, notes, and debentures Corporate stocks
gations
Total
For- securiof
States
eign
ties
Governand
securi- maturment
Guar- politi- Total
ing in
ties
agen- Railcal
anteed
Federa
5 yrs.
cies not roads Utilities Other Reserve Other
subdivior less
guaranBank
sions
teed by
U.S.*

Total

Bills

Note3

Bonds

1984— June 30..-- 16,498
18,172
Dec. 31

9,708
10,503

1,451
1,032

3,047
4,402

5,210
5,069

298
1,210

2,280
2,411

3,879
3,752

569
434

915
981

903
909

810
793

146
147

535
489

334
296

1935— June 29
Dec. 31

19,036
20,116

10,470
11,168

1,105
1,195

4,476
5,603

4,889
4,370

1,882
2,107

2,580
2,658

3,809
3,890

351
323

1,026
1,017

975
1,090

809
843

146
130

502
486

296
293

1986— June 30
Dec. 31

22,184
22,307

12,515
12,535

1,270
1,055

5,428
4,756

5,817
6,724

2,257
2,214

2,778
2,756

4,336
4,523

398
344

1,174
1,233

1,177
1,287

946
1,022

131
131

511
506

298
279

1937— June SO,.-., 21,179
20,477
Deo. 31

11,850
11,573

827
669

4,637
4,568

6,386
6,336

2,115
2,096

2,684
2,587

4,257
4,003

332
318

1,203
1,121

1,137
1,035

959
911

132
133

493
484

273
218

1938—June 30
Dec. 31

20,279
21,451

11,160
11,939

319
290

6,915
3,926
3,648 . 8,001

2,365
2,568

2,680
3,011

3,866
3,718

321
367

1,057
993

982
974

888
848

134
134

485
400

208
215

;

1939— June 30
Dec. 30

21 , 993
22,428

11,948
12,153

446
571

2,925
2,388

8,577
9,194

3,090
3,414

3,141
3,285

3,594
3,357

413
408

943
911

886
760

831
771

135
136

385
371

220
219

58,257
8,717

1940— June 29. _ _ - 22,821
Dec. 31
24,163

12,531
13,344

805
662

2,699
2,756

9,027
<},926

3,370
3,719

3,483
3,608

3,233
3,296

448
528

862
850

647
625

784
814

137
139

355
340

204
195

9,343
10,395

26,279
1941— June 30
Dec. 31-... 28,032

15,291
16,945

1,135
988

2,758
3,159

11,398
12,798

4,080
4,102

3,551
3,652

3,179
3,167

552
584

824
827

572
531

763
782

140
142

327
301

177
166

11,114
11,614

'8,182

1
"Commercial loans" were not reported separately before December 1938 and "agricultural loans'' were not reported separately before June
1936; prior to those dates they are included in loans on securities "to others" or in "other loans." "Agricultural loans" were reported in a separate
schedule from June 1936 to June 1938; the figures of "agricultural loans" as shown in parentheses for this period are also included in the last column,
"other loans."
2
Before December 1938 the figures in this column represent total loans on securities, other than to brokers and dealers and to banks, regardless of purpose.
3
The loan classification was extensively revised in December 1938, and the figures in this column prior to December 1938, being merely residuals,4 are not comparable with subsequent figures.
Figures for June 30 and December 31, 1934, and for June 29, 1935, include Home Owners' Loan Corporation bonds guaranteed as to interest
only.
5
This is the amount reported as "maturing in 1939-1943." A classification of securities by maturity was not required before December 1938.




BANKING AND MONETARY STATISTICS

110

NO. 41-ALL INSURED COMMERCIAL BANKS-CLASSIFICATION OF INVESTMENTS BY MATURITIES,
AND BY CLASS OF BANK, DECEMBER 31, 1941
[In millions of dollars]
All
insured
commercial
banks

Item

Member banks
Central reserve
city banks

Total

New York' Chicago

Reserve
city
banks

Nonmember
banks

Country
banks

Direct obligations of the United States Government
Treasury bills
-..
- -- - _-- _ _ _ _ _ - _Treasury notes
Bonds maturing in 5 years or less
.
- --- Bonds maturing in 5 to 10 years
Bonds maturing in 10 to 20 years
- _
-.'. Bonds maturing after 20 years

16,945
988
3,159
1,524
3,820
6,107
1,347

15,705
971
3,007
1,424
3,503
5,634
1,166

5,585
311
1,623
776
1,285
1,436
155

1,311
255
153
61
119
541
182

5,2*4
295
751
359
1,278
2,234
377

3,516
110
481
228
822
1,423
452

1,231
17
152
99
317
473
181

Obligations guaranteed by the United States Government
Maturing in 5 years or less
- - - -Maturing after 5 years

4,102
2,762
1,340

3,833
2,602
1,230

1,679
1,202
477

118
115
3

1,173
744
429

861
541
320

371
160
111

_

581
424
161

557
410
147

317
162
55

51
36
15

176
142
34

113
70
43

27
13
14

___

3,652
4
213
2,074
1,361

3,088
3
190
1,825
1,071

739

182

8
577
143

66
79
37

956
1
55
514
386

1,232
2
61
655
504

563
1
23
249
290

1,921
39
621
1,262

471
10
234
227

118
1
60
57

504
14
169
321

829
14
157
658

383
9
64
310

guaranteed by the United States Government
Maturing in 5 years or less
Maturing after 5 years
Obligations of States and political subdivisions
In default
Without specific maturity
Maturing in 5 years or less
Maturing after 5 years
Other bonds, notes, and debentures _
In default
Maturing in 5 years or less
_
Maturing after 5 years
1

._ _ _ _ ,_ _____
_ _ _ _ _ _ _

3,305
48
685 i
1,572 !

Figures for member banks in New York City were revised after original publication.

NO. 42--ALL INSURED COMMERCIAL BANKS-CLASSIFICATION OF DEPOSITS, JUNE AND DECEMBER, 1934-1)41
[In millions of dollars]
Demand
Interbank

Time
Interbank

U.S.
Government
Do- For- and
mes- eign postal
tic
savings1

Individuals, partnerships, and corporations

Do- Formestic eign

U.S.
Government

IndiStates Certi- viduals,
fied partnerand
ships,
politi- and
cal officers' and
subdi- checks, corporations
visions etc.

1934— June 30._. 23,314
Dec. 31--. 26,333

4,144
4,652

156
148

1,708
1,687

2,024
2,266

400
863

14,881
16,717

12,520
12,684

126
143

8
8

661
524

384
335

11,341
11,674

9,164
9,709

1,460
1,364

637
575

80
26

1935— June 29-. - 27,198
Dee. Sl-.- 30,780

5,057
5,781

274
448

805
881

2,587
2,674

446
921

18,030
20,074

13,122
13,367

145
160

5
5

372
280

326
405

12,274
12,517

10,236
10,575

1,356
1,299

597
612

85
31

igSe— JuneSO.-- 32,826
Dec. 3 1 _ _ _ 35,147

6,069
6,493

469
436

1,106
947

2,885
2,916

832
935

21,464
23,419

13,823
14,136

163
164

6
6

196
140

429
347

13,029
13,479

10,933
11,491

1,335
1,254

661
702

100
32

1937— June 30... 33,240
Dec. 31__. 32,364

5,379
5,519

618
455

651
801

3,165
2,668

802
814

22,624
22,106

14,590
14,860

135
143

14
11

132
126

346
588

13,963
13,992

11,815
12,100

1,243
1,214

784
641

121
37

1938—June 30... 32,613
Dec. 31.. . 34,949

6,170
6,595

322
502

560
838

2,870
2,942

704
595

21,986
23,477

14,847
14,829

148
146

10
10

110
'86

550
575

14,029
14,013

12,055
12,196

1,211
1,159

640
630

123
28

1939— June 30. _. 37,243
Dec. 30... 40,839

7,177
8,601

595
753

739
790

3,122
2,886

838
613

24,772
27,197

15,084
15,237

157
160

14
10

80
69

535
527

14,298
14,471

12,355
12,622

1,168
1,129

646
688

130
32

1940—June 29--. 42,911
Dec. 31.-_ 47,716

8,937
9,677

699
703

756
666

3,099
3,298

521
971

28,899
32,401

15,515
15,753

151
154

8
6

74
69

502
523

14,780
15,002

12,755
13,062

1,128
1,104

749
800

148
36

1941— June 30. .. 49,706
Dec. 31 ... 53,561

9,700
9,823

682
673

666
1,763

3,535
3,677-

792
1,077

34,331
36,547

15,911
15,860

156
150

7
7

65
59

475
492

15,207
15,151

13,107
13,261

1,100
1,049

830
803

170
38

Date

1

Total

Total

States
and
political
subdivisions

United States Treasurer's time deposits, open account, were first established in November 1938.




Total

ChristCertifimas
cates Open saving
i™
Savings
of
acand
de- counts similar
posit
accounts

INSURED BANKS

111

NO. 4J-INSURED NONMEMBER COMMERCIAL BANKS-PRINCIPAL ASSETS AND LIABILITIES, JUNE AND DECEMBER, 1934-1941
[Amounts in millions of dollars]
1

Loans and investments

Investments
Date

Total

Loans
Total

U.S.
Govern- Other
ment securiobliga- ties
tions

Gash
in
vault

Bank
Cash premCusBaltomers' Securiises,
Balitems
ances
furni- Other liabilin
with ances
ties
Other
with process ture
real
bor- assets
ity
doand estate1
of
on
rowed
mestic foreign
fixacceptbanks banks collectures
tion
ances

Total
assets

Total
liabilities

Number
of
banks 2

1934— June 30
Dec. 31

4,513
4,635

2,667
2,586

1,846
2,049

592
818

1,254
1,231

150
901
184. 1,044

5
6

37
41

215
211

141
152

1
1

3
2

85
96

6,052
6,373

7,564
7,705

1935— June 29
Dec 31

4,767
4,850

2,587
2,544

2,180
2,307

923
1,007

1,257
1,300

168
205

1,126
1,274

5
4

36
49

211
205

168
184

1
1

1
1

62
43

6,547
6,816

7,767
7,737

1935 — June 30
5,056
Dec. 31 . . 5,272

2,589
2,605

2,467
2,667

1,101
1,204

1,367
1,463

203
220

1,323
1,522

4 •
2

47
62

197
194

197
195

2
2

1

39
32

7,068
7,503

7,661
7,593

1937— June 30
Dec 31

5,484
5,475

2,759
2,792

2,725
2,683

1,276
1,298

1,449
1,385

215
200

1,288
1,330

3
3

48
60

191
187

185
179

4
3

34
32

7,452
7,468

7,526
7,452

1938— June 30
Dec 31

5,284
5,404

2,788
2,817

2,496
2,588

1,182
1,285

1,313
1,304

198
205

1,309
1,424

3
3

46
55

184
178

175
176

2
2

25
23

7,226
7,470

7,385
7,319

1939— June 30
Dec 30

5,430
5,353

2,899
2,904

2,531
2,449

1,261
1,239

1,269
1,210

206
226

1,468
1,813

.1
1

56
54

173
167

158
147

2
2

24
23

7,518
7,786

7,237
7,172

1940—June 29
Dec. 31

5,385
5,435

3,046
3,077

2,339
2,358

1,180
1,241

1,160
1.117

195
244

1,789
2,019

1

50
63

]64
157

136
123

2
1

22
19

7,743
8,062

7,081
6,952

1941— June 30
Dec 31

5,539
5,780

3,187
3,244

2,352
2,536

1,295
1,510

1,058
1,026

243
272

2,007
2,329

60
71

154
149

110
92

1
1

21
21

8,136
8,715

6,869
6,810

Borrowings

Acceptances Other
out- liabilistand- ties
ing

Deposits

Date

1

Capital accounts

Memorandum —
ReDeUndi- serves mand
vided
for deposits
profits 6 contin- adgencies justed
etc. &

Total

ComPremon ferred
stock « stock *

52
78

1,139
1,097

6 67
6 85

272
253

83
79

117
80

1,950
2,216

1

34
37

1,100
1,065

6 82
6 66

246
235

93
90

79
74

2,312
2,564

19
15

2
2

40
35

1,063
1,054

645
628

236
248

108
106

74
72

2,703
3,028

2,990 3,199
2,942 3,292

18
15

3
3

34
32

1,057
1,033

610
6 00

254
258

120
109

74
67

2,942
2,882

27
25

2,769
2,962

3,251
3,280

15
11

2
2

31
31

1,025
1,011

589
413
166

257
264

116
106

63
62

2,723
2,908

45
48

20
18

2,963 3,329
3,207 3,351

11
10

2
2

33
34

1,019
1,003

405
402

160
149

270
276

121
115

63
61

2,907
3,152

U.S.
Gov- Postal Other Other
ern- savings demand time
ment

Total

Interbank

4,821
1934— June 30 -_
Dec. 31. _ _ _ _ _ _ 5,167

80
93

50
51

76
72

1,986
2,257

2,628
2,693

39
30

1

1935—June 29 .
Dec; 31

5,382
5,693

89
99

26
37

66
62

2,349
2,613

2,853
2,881

30
21

1936— June 30
Dec. 31

5,944
6,398

100
107

69
65

44
35

2,750 2,981
3,090 3,101

1937—June 30. .
Dec. 31

6,340
6,385

96
100

23
20

32
31

1938—June 30
Dec. 31

6,152
6,416

88
101

18
48

1939—June 30
Dec. 31

6,454
_. 6,736

97
113

Surplus

1940—June 29
Dec. 31

6,696 1
7,040

105
116

45
50

15
13

3,119 3,412
3,457 3,403

10
8

2
1

35
38

999
976

398
392

137
124

277
284

126
117

62
60

3,068
3,393

1941— June 30
Dec. 31

7,113
7,711

110
129

47
53

10
8

3,551 3,395
4,166 3,355

8
6

1
1

40
40

974
957

389
384

111
103

285
293

130
121

59
57

3,492
4,095

For footnotes see Table 39, p. 108-




112

BANKING AND MONETARY STATISTICS
NO. 44-INSURED NONMEMBER COMMERCIAL BANKS-CLASSIFICATION OF LOANS AND INVESTMENTS,
JUNE AND DECEMBER, 1934-1941
[In millions of dollars]
Open market paper

Date

Total
loans

Commercial
loans1

Acceptances
payable
in U.S.

Agricultural
loans1

Total

AcOwn
ceptaccept- ances
ances of other
banks

27
30

7
4
4
5

43
57

2
2

(267)
(288)

68
60

2
2

422

(333)
348

51
38

1
1

2,899
2,904

445
449

405
365

41
42

1940—June 29
Dec 31

3,046
3,077

464
468

448
416

49
52

1941—June 30
Dec- 31

3,187
3,244

476
480

429
478

CommerTo
cia
paper broker s To
and others2
bought
dealer 9

1
1

(241)
(211)

Bills
payable
abroad

1
1

42
44

Loans for
purchasing
or carrying
securities

60
64

1934—June 30
Dec. 31_

2,667
2,586

1935-June29
Dec. 31

2,587
2.544

1936— June 30
Dec, 31

2,589
2,605

1937—June 30
Dec. 31

2,759
2,792

1938— June 30
Dec 31

2,788
2,817

1939 — june 30
Dec 30

.......

Other

Other
loams*
1

40
38

405
383

1,105
1,062

267
237

S138
£ 25

12
8

1,078
1,065

38
38

25
25

364
336

1,053
1,039

239
236

8 14
803

9
7

1,094
1,093

41
54

26
36

330
318

1,026
1,042

233
229

793
S 13

6
5

1,159
1,146

1
2

64
56

30
21

321
313

1,079
1,094

240
237

839
857

4
4

1,257
1,300

2
1

47
36

24
28

303
76

1,109
1,143

240
241

869
696

206

4
3

1,297
757

1
2

39
40

25
27

92
93

1,162
1,181

247
246

693
713 !

223
222

2
1

728
747

2
1

47
51

17
21

74
75

1,215
1,242

248
244

742
764

225
233

1
1

778
803

59
63

18
20

68
64

1,270
1,284

248
241

787
814

235
229

1
1

866
853

Direct
Total
invest.ments
Tota

Total

Loans
to
banks

On
residentia
property

On
farm
land

19
25

1

U. S. Government obligations

Date

Real estate loans

Bills

Notes

Bonds

Other domestic securities

Obligations
of
States
and
Guaran- political
teed
subdivisions

Bonds, notes, and debentures

Total

Government
agencies, Railnot guar- reads
anteed
by U. S.<

Utilities

Other

Corporate
stocks

Total
For- securities
eign maturing
securiin
ties
5 yra.
or less

1934—June 30
Dee. 31

1,846
2,049

571
597

23
2

176
185

372
411

21
221

429
446

767
733

98
69

180
188

191
194

167
164

131
119

57
52

1935—June 29
Dec. 31

2,180
2,307

599
668

5
3

162
200

431
464

324
339

462
480

746
771

48
50

201
196

211
235

168
183

119
107

49
50

1936— June 30
Dec. 31

2,467
2,667

794
896

4
3

267
229

522
664

307
308

498
530

821
891

52
48

226
241

251
285

196
222

96
95

48
42

1937— June 30
Dec 31

2,725
2,683

980
999

6
7

276
291

697
701

296
299

534
540

870
808

42
37

246
236

267
241

223
207

92
87

45
37

1938—June 30
Dec, 31

2,496
2,588

945
1,057

3
4

272
259

670
793

237
228

536
564

747
709

33
36

224
207

219
207

189
182

82
77

30
31

6

1939— June 30__— .
Dec. 30

2.531
2,449

1,002
969

5
8

206
165

791
796

259
270

587
593

654
587

33
31

198
180

182
156

170
150

73
70

29
30

'683
698

1940—June 29
Dec. 31

2,339
2,358

931
1,007

8
10

156
162

766
835

249
234

595
596

535
493

34
29

169
149

133
125

133
126

65
64

30
29

690
705

1941— June 30
Dec. 31

2,352
2,536

1,054
1,239

8
17

127
152

918
1,070

241
271

568
563

462
434

25
27

139
128

118
110

120
117

60
51

28
28

671
754

For footnotes see Table 40, p. 109.




686

INSURED BANKS

113

NO. 45-INSURED NONMEMBER COMMERCIAL BANKS-CLASSIFICATION OF DEPOSITS, JUNE AND DECEMBER, 1914-1941
[In millions of dollars]
Demand
Interbank
Date

Total

1934— June 30...
Dec. 31...
1935—June 29...
Dec. 31...
1936— June 30...
Dec. 31...
1937—June 30
Dec. 31...
1938—June 30
Dec. 31...
1939—June 30...
Dec. 30.,.
1940—June 29
Dec. 31...
1941 — June 30
Dec. 3U_.

2,113
2,392
2,454
2,740
2,907
3,251
3,098
3,047
2,861
3,096
3,089
3,352
3,251
3,606
3,690
4,330

Domestie

U.S.
Government

Foreign

74
83
79
85
83
91
81
83
74
85
80
93
84
95
90
109

2
1
1
4
4
5
3
3
1
2
2
4
3
3
1
2

50
51
26
37
69
65
23
20
18
48
45
48
45
50
47
53

Time
Interbank

IndiStates Certi- viduals,
and
fied partnerpolitiand
ships, Total
cal officers' and
subdi- checks, corporavisions etc.
tions

Domestic

2,708
2,775
2,928
2,953
3,037
3,147
3,242
3,338
3,291
3,319
3,365
3,385
3,445
3.434
3,423
3,381

4
9
9
10
12
11
11
14
13
15
15
16
17
18
18
18

426
466
496
535
565
587
587
536
557
557
591
564
570
574
595
612

29
25
29
39
43
54
51
47
42
48
48
49
46
58
55
68

1,532
1,766
1,823
2,039
2,142
2,449
2,352
2,359
2,170
2,358
2,324
2,593
2,502
2,824
2,902
3,486

States
and
political
subdivisions

Postal
savings

Foreign

76
72
66
62
44
35
32
31
27
25
20
18
15
13
10
8

51
41
41
44
51
51
54
106
96
113
94
95
92
87
77
74

Individuals, partnerships, and corporations

Total

Savings

2,576
2,653
2,812
2,838
2,930
3,050
3,145
3,186
3,155
3,167
3,235
3,256
3,321
3,315
3,317
3,281

Christ
Certifimas
cates Open savings
of
acand
decounts similar
posit
accounts

1,996
2,110
2,250
2,281
2,368
2,500
2,570
2,639
2,597
2,639
2,693
2,739
2,769
2,796
2,761
2,756

514
482
487
483
492
489
486
473
467
457
458
453
457
449
452
438

46
55
55
64
48
54
60
65
62
64
52
57
59
62
68
79

20
6
20
9
23
7
29
8
30
7
31
7
34
8
37
8

NO. 46-INSURED MUTUAL SAVINGS BANKS-PRINCIPAL ASSETS AND LIABILITIES, JUNE AND DECEMBER, 1934-19411
[Amounts in millions of dollars]
Loans and investments
Loans
Date

Total
Total

1934—-June 30.__.
Dec. 31....
1935—June 29..,.
Dec. 31_...
1936—June 30___.
Dec. 31___.
1937—June 30_...
Dec. 31....
1938—June 30—.
Dec. 31—
1939—June 30....
Dec. 30..,.
1940—June 29,..,
Dec. 31
1941—June 30—,
Dec. 31....

1,022
1,031
1,033
952
956
967

949
972
1,197
1,329
1,317
1,655
1,655
1.693

576
554
539
488
476
469
470
472
465
461
576
605
598
637
641
642

Real
estate

Investments

U.S.

Other

Total

Government
obligations

120
160
182
179
210
237
252
251
254
280
377
422
420
548
569
629

446
476
494
463
480
498
499
496
484
511
621
724
719
1,018
1,015
1,050

559
545
531
481
468
459
453
451
447
443
552
572
568
601
604
609

Other
securities

325
316
312
284
270
262
247
246
230
232
244
303
299
470
446
421

Cash,
balances
with
other
banks,
and
cash
items in
process
of collection

Total
Bank
premises,
furniture
and
fixtures

Other
real
estate

Other
assets

Number
of
banks
Total
liabilities

72
60
69
68
70
70
70
72
87
71
95
133
167
202
201
151

1,181
1,174
1,195
1,108
1,122
1,132
1,139
1,141
1,137
1,137
1,393
1,566
1,585
1,984
1,979
1,958

68
63
56
56
56
56
56
56
48
49
51
51
53
53
52

Capital accounts
Date

Total
deposits

Miscellaneous
liabilities

Total

1834—June 30..
Dec. 31.,
1035—June 29..
Dec. 31..
1936—June 30..
Deo. 31..
1937—June 30..
,002
,004
Dec. 31..
1938—June 30..
,008
Deo. 31..
,012
1939—June 30..
,246
Dec. 30..
,409
1940—June 29..
,428
Dec. 31..
,818
1941—June 30..
,803
Dec. 31..
,789
1
The figures for 1941 include three mutual savings member banks.
before 1941.




Capital notes
and
debentures

Surplus and
guaranty
funds

Undivided
profits

Reserves
for
contingencies

19
130
106
5
81
125
12
133
80
IS
72
126
73
15
130
73
18
132
74
18
133
74
20
133
75
15
125
14
122
77
144
95
16
107
153
Ifi
101
22
151
127
161
128
166
164
130
No mutual savings banks were members of the Federal Reserve System

BANKING AND MONETARY STATISTICS

114

N0.47-ALL INSURED COMMERCIAL BANKS-PRINCIPAL ASSETS
AND LIABILITIES, BY STATES, DECEMBER 31,1941
[Amounts in thousands of dollars]

U.S.
and
possessions

Item

Alabama

Arizona

Arkansas

California

Colorado

Connecticut

Delaware

District
Florof
Columbia ida

ASSETS
Loans and investments

.,

49,293,550 292,801

_- ~

77,694 153,570 4,175,298 231,497 495,746 188,404 303,143 348,145
77,743 2,162,950 126,206 311,374
557,171 37,039 60,417
18,308
1,282
79,211 46,814
16,652
4,306 16,489
5,026
3,631

Loans
,
21,261,521 158,456
Commercial and industrial loans
8 544 001 53 232
1,449,941 19,346
Agricultural loans
541,112
3,053
Commercial paper bought in open market .....
Bills, acceptances, etc., payable in foreign countries
6 991
1 095
45 045
77
77 990
Reporting banks' own acceptances
398
614 333
1,059
Loans to brokers and dealers in securities
661,789
1,715
Other loans for purchasing or carrying securities
5,212
535 300
Heal estate loan;?: On farm land
3,208,379 13,856
On residential properties
1,031,228
On other properties
8,513
39 793
Loans to banks
All other loans
4 493 849 50 686
214
11,770
Overdrafts _.
__„______

12,284
65

2
23,085
81

United States Government direct obligations 16,944,963
Treasury bills
988 333
3,158,664
Treasury notes
,„
,....
12 797 965
Bonds

60,700
11,637
6,857
42 206

13,947
499
2,238
11,210

30,708 1,273,773
80.928
700
72,173
6,035
23,973 1,120,672

Obligations guaranteed by United States
Government
.
.
,..__
Reconstruction Finance Corporation. _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Home Owners' Loan Corporation., _ _ _ _ _ _ . . . , _
Federal Farm Mortgage Corporation^^.,
.
Other Government corporations and agencies...

4,102 150
1,402,351
1,533,562
559,803
606,534

12,001
2,728
4,576
2,063
2,634

6,901
1,356
3,005
965
1,575

11,538
2,639
5,358
553
2,988

Obligations of States and political subdivisions

3 651 627

50 440

4,614

Obligations of Government corporations and
agencies, not guaranteed by United States..
Federal Land Banks
„ _
Federal Intermediate Credit banks
Other Government corporations and agencies _ _

584,247
185 737
200 077
198,433

848
603

Obligations of other domestic corporations..
Railroads
Public utilities.., ....___..„
...
Industrials
„ .
All other.. _.,
.______.....
....

2,140,126
826 627
531,049
619 451
162.999

8,447
3,171
995
2,418
1,863

164,606

Foreign bonds, notes, and debentures
Corporate stocks
_ _
Federal Reserve Banks.....
Other domestic banks
Other domestic corporations
Foreign corporations

„____._„
-. -

„

444 311
142,094
105 770
27 116
167 959
1 372

1

14

66

9

669

781
669
10,952
1,119

1,128
3,599
7,098
3,423

2,580
1 684
14,381
10,973
42,115
86,910
801,766
213,649
162
345,515
1,807

663
2,916
2,272
10,381
3,760

114
17,903
38

325
11,945
1,365
60,276
12,440
59
46,748
28

74,206 144,623 153,646
23,918 41,141 70, 682
1,148
5,091
10
3,424
769
3,188

3,585
3,919
3,468
11,156
5,911

40
17,622
15

833
2,380
55
39,727
17,001
42,677
30

400

2,339
2,318
3,119
15,823
11,651

188
38,823
24

58,660 184,932
3,035 23,597
10,857 38,736
44,768 122,599

63,477 110,812 102,668
999
1,324
7,906
17,192 13,412 23,565
37,289 96,401 77,779

200,305
29,156
114,816
33,105
23,228

15,833
6,658
3,418
2,060
3,697

28,987
7,865
11,365
1,961
7,766

17,067 25,540
5,264 1 5,203
6,058 15,100
1,964
553
3,273
5,192

36,558
10,900
16,755
5,458
3,445

29,304

407,249

16,881

38,658

12,820

3,107

43,674

2,026
369
1,326
331

751
422

30,351
12,165
11,177
7,009

1,638
882

171
78

8,161
2,539

4,543
2,301

146

4,645
1,514
2,231
900

93

5,622

1,471

512
380

2,712
938

75,620 10,215
5,067
31,405
21,355" 2,275
2,082
16,318
6,542
791

19,591
8,955
5,850
3,204
1,582

16,873
8,586
3,386
4,099
801

298

85

236

9,661

1,611
976
36
34
565

173

578

15,389
9,351
2 563
356
3,076
43

245

Cash, balances with otber banks, and cash
items in process of collection . __ „
25,792,669 230,562
12 395 664 52,392
Reserves with Federal Reserve Banks
Cash in vault
1 358 735 14 525
Demand balances with banks in the United
States (except private banks and American
8,426,797 143,875
branches of foreign banks)
- „
146,847
3,007
Other balances with banks in the United States1
11 463
3,453,163 16,762
Cash items in process of collection ...
.




49,436
10,045
12,683
815

38
41
53

147
12
14

1

328

843
574
357

397
26
38
117

610

1,260
804

730
74

3,180

5,379
1,373
3,015

§89
2

40,253 158,313 1,412,533 217,290 295,909
711,377 66,695 74,007
10,293 29,400
8,174 24,576
71,742
7 325
4,428
20,366 113,227
1,029
849
103
7,332
4,214

373,007 116,148 165,086
941
4,236
8,927
8
52
1 688
245,792 22,029 31,247

659 ;

4,132

757

1 I
1,289
2,083 i

2

771

5,563
9,330
3,254
2,817
3,384 • 1,106
1,115
2,079
524
613
615

217

1,955
1,112

1,275

261
40
541
1

905
170
23
176
1

93,085 223,740 247,302
19,680 119,879 56,550
4,354 14,355 19,363
54,703
1,138
12,210

66,912 145,950
4,589
193
43
49
22,358 20,801

115

INSURED BANKS
N0.47-ALL INSURED COMMERCIAL BANKS-PRINCIPAL ASSETS
AND LIABILITIES, BY STATES, DECEMBER 31,1941-Confinued
[Amounts in thousands of dollars]

Diatrict
of
FlorColumbia ida

U.S.
and
possessions

Alabama

Arizona

Arkansas

California

Colorado

Connecticut

Delaware

1,430,559
970,344
90,419
22,841
98,375
140,314

Item

14 014
7,723
761
784
491
2 671

2 222
1,450
243
63
82
364

3,533
2,395
591
240
75
176

134,098
70,611
14,495
4,889
5,864
10,629

3,785
3,197
368
65
17
138

22,830
18,508
854
16
1,534
1,720

4,649
2,370
506
128
485
482

20,006
14,257
1,266
25
215
2,110

198

678

2,133

1,272

1,132

1-.W1

608
172
328
43
65

1,154

1,835

ASSETS (continued)
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and
other real estate
Bank premises
Furniture and
fixtures
_
Farmland (including improvements)
Residential properties
Other real properties
Investments and other assets indirectly representing bank premises or other real estate

108,266

1,584

20

309,976
73,089
117,200
11,469
108,218

Miscellaneous assets
Customers' liability on acceptances
Income accrued but not collected
Prepaid expenses
Other assets

2 998
881
603
99
1 415

378

477

256
16
106

143
5
329

56'

27,610
20,010
4,690
10,094
461
4,765

448
20
664

68
647
58
288

4
521
80
549

13,076
7,842
2,289
225
363
1,085

4
874
117
840

76,826,754 540 375 120,547 315,893 5,741,939 453,704 815,546 285,746 548,043 610,358

Total assets
LIABILITIES

Demand deposits (exclusive of interbank deposits)
,__-____-_
43,064,655 304,229
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
36,547,288 242,118
United States Government 1 .. ..
1,762,509 13,935
States and political subdivisions
_. _ _ . _ „ . 3,677,444 45,179
Certified and officers' checks, cash letters of
credit and travelers' checks, etc
1,077,414
2 997
Time deposits (exclusive of interbank deposits)
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations:
Savings deposits
Certificates of deposit
Christmas savings and similar accounts- - .
Open accounts
Postal savings l
.
States and political subdivisions

79, 764 196, 640 2,484,056 260,727 506,434 197,893 325,087 375,962
61,545 160,421 2,078,088 234,335 452,369 184,584 315,928 294,800
5,712
939
2,068 13,201
122,137
2,222
3,089
293
56 62,077
4,943
210,845 19,152 35,778
15,418 30,819
2 508

2,311

72,986

5,018

12,575

7,427

7,035

5,884

15 702,142 113 839

30 417

48 785 2,415,518

91,491 192,283

41,323 125,176

94,191

13,261,402 101,443
1,049,128
9 662
38,007
86
802,667
671
58,741
1,075
902
492,197.

29,015
1 208
11

38,002 2,090,382
9,478
51,691
5,887
73
63,333
325
600
7,055
307
197,170

85,869 181,597
4,084
2,835
847
209
4,533
861
81
671
387
1,800

37,113 115,416
1,470
1,197
519
65
7,659
713
112
111
2,124

82,367
1,818
104
2,466
446
6,990

68,983
68 699
284

2,192
2 016

42,992
42,992

61,842
61,794
48

45,291
45,032
259

89,809
89,530
279

58
125

36,559,
36,559

4,063
4,063

Interbank deposits
Banks in the United States
Banks in foreign countries

10,653,776
9,973,303
680,473

Total deposits
DemandTime

69,420,573 487 051 112 373 388,417 5,248,396 414,060 735,276 243,279 495,554 559,963
53,560,860 371,090 81,915 239 c88 2,808,087 319,499 542,901 201,536 369,818 464,615
15,859,713 115 961 30 458 49,029 2,440,309 94,561 192,375 41,743 125,736 95,347

Miscellaneous liabilities
Bills payable, rediscounts, and other liabilities
for borrowed money
Acceptances outstanding
Dividends declared but not yet payable
Income collected but not earned.. _ _ _ _ _ . _ . _ _ _
Expenses accrued and unpaid
Other liabilities., - __ - - - - - _ _ _ . __
Total liabilities

563,784

2 307

10,107
87,021
40,567
94,062
108,835
223,192

47
885
243
552
480
100

69,984,357

176

348,822
330,948
17,874

4
649
255
26

515
177
199
113
26

40,299
5,822
1,237
14,960
10,237
8,043

1,545

3,293

1,397

2,294

1,848

352

934

10
68
391
799

40
172
306
218
338
323

4
298
571
926
495

14
4
268
656
580
328

68
228
878
19

1,879

146

489,358 113,307 288,932 5,288,695 415,605 738,569 244,676 497,848 561,810

CAPITAL ACCOUNTS
Capital accounts..
Capital _.
Surplus ..
Undivided profits.-.Reserves for contingencies
Other capital accounts

.

Number of banks
For footnote see end of table, p. 123.




_

6,842,397
2,848,686
2,686,250
895,882
350,162
61,417

51,017
26,428
14 550
7,134
2,233
672

7,240
3,497
2 859
764
111
9

26,961
12,816
8,186
4,602
911
446

453,244
195,398
154,597
61,592
32,597
9,060

38,099
14,689
12,334
7,841
2,875
360

76,977
36,251
26,375
10,093
3,198
1,060

41,070
11,536
21,521
6,899
1,106
8

50,195
19,224
19,451
9,394
1,977
149

48,548
22,390
18,645
4,731
2,639
143

13,430

211

12

208

193

137

100

41

22

165

BANKING AND MONETARY STATISTICS

116

N0.47-ALL INSURED COMMERCIAL BANKS-PRINCIPAL ASSETS
AND LIABILITIES, BY STATES, DECEMBER 31,1941-Continued
[Amounts in thousands of dollars]
Item

Georgia

ASSETS
Loana and investments
.
152,564
304,273
Loans
.
„„_
.
119,183
Commercial and industrial loans
24,612
Agricultural loans
.-. 664
Commercial paper bought in open marketSills acceptances etc payable inforeign countries
Acceptances of other banks payable in the United
States
2,222
Loans to brokers and dealers in securities
Other loans for purchasing or carrying securities __ 9,605
7,193
Real estate loans* On farm land
26,033
. On residential properties
On other properties
„_ __ 9,815
816
Loans to banks
--103,902
All other loans
228
Overdrafts
United States Government direct obligations.. 70,559
14,923
Treasury bills
._ ..,
_ ..._.
8,012
Treasury notes
.-.
Bonds
47,617
Obligations guaranteed by United States Gov28,073
ernment
--_
9,556
Reconstruction Finance Corporation
Homo Owners' Loan Corporation
8,366
4,602
Federal Farm Mortgage Corporation
Other Government corporations and agencies..™ 5,549
Obligations of States and political subdivisions. 32,846
Obligations of Government corporations and
agencies* not guaranteed by United States „ 3,961
500
Federal Land banks
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _.„_
Federal Intermediate Credit banks.. ._ .... .... 1,161
2,300
Other Government corporations and agencies
Obligations of other domestic corporations. _ _ _ _ 9,524
4,220
Railroads
__.
1 528
Public utilities
2,196
Industrials _ _ .
All other
1 580
Foreign bonds, notes, and debentures
Corporate stocks _
._
Federal Reserve Banks
Affiliates of reporting banks
Other domestic banks
Other domestic corporations
Foreign corporations

-

Cash, balances with other banks, and cash
items in process of collection
Reserves with Federal Reserve Banks.. _
Cash in vault
Demand balances with banks in the United States
(except private banks and American branches of
foreign banks)
Other balances with banks in the United States..
Balances with banks in foreign countries
Cash items in process of collection




Idaho

Illinois

Indiana

Iowa

Kansas

Kentucky

Louisiana

Maine

Maryland

86,686 3,953,187

795,788 565,480 329,063 426,666 410,363 172,607 587,417

44,437 1,484,839
8,407
842,183
15,950
82,131
1,154
51 , 755
1 652

359,056 358,461 200,733 253,773 197,838
86,908 66,572 38,137 73,508 89,976
33,175 118,713 90,599 16,298 10,123
1,011
6,323 16,772
23,909 12,903
1
2
596

42

94

13
493
1,235
7,850
2,664

2,710
48,580
66,709
24,565
128,396
26,878

182
722

6
972

679
599

S3, 119 311,599
25,837 63,855
1,982 I 5,967
7,542
6,665

615
206,260
2,311

413
3,825
22,861
95,467
20,156
20
72,277
44

39
685
2,095
46,814
42,691
10,707
46
57.07S
118

1,702
10,013
10,947
2,890
238
38,862
117

37,163 1,644,039
263,614
206,124
1,579
25,584 1 174 301

261,238
2,893
50,269
208,076

92,345
372
12,158
79,815

62,524 100,865 107,377
3,640
7,098
1,199
7,566 32,026
8,228
47,198 89,659 74,152

47,623 269,574
2,220
5,901
5,337 73,921
40,066 189,752

6,556
73

a, 514

24,245
31,230
Iff, 320
355
73,456
96

1,436
2,185
6,616
14,870
10,343
1,233
57,913

258

252
1,393
1,802
14,558
7,851

132
21,142
5

993
9,274
9,959
41,319
11,714
2
60,869
105

7,932
775
4,576
2,261
320

226,192
112,137
42,927
18,077
53,051

63,331
15,573
16,366
13,478
16,804

31,844
6,906
11,532
7,320
6,086

27,674
10,218
6,179
4,960
6,317

23,103
4,181
12,389
4,836
1,096

28,898
8,738
13,145
1,692
5,323

14,611
2,055
8,447
2,010
2,099

56,626
7,007
40,051
4,288
5,280

5,740

314,798

56,315

60,838

33,180

23,913

68,086

3,783

13,715

269
199

63,767
21,546
19,188
22,033

7,394
5,206
374
1,714

5,565
3,875
521
1,169

3,295
1,055
828
412

5,638
3,205
1,822
611

1,036
31

533
364

625

138

5,875
4,130
1,430
315

180,817
59,100
46,806
63,990
10,921

43,179
13,573
13,822
10,535
4,249

14,544
4,780
3,553
4,449
1,762

1,536
492

18,645
5,058
6,113
6,060
1,405

3,826
1,054
712
889
1,171

19,425
5,569
0,194
3,276
1,386

35,928
10,477
7,502
6,341
1,548

70
857
424

289
76
68

441
500
103

380

20

233

70

12,843

3,654

920

309

650

573

3,063

1,381

3,102
1 171
28
161
1,741
1

218
213

26,893
9,322
403
10
17,157

3,831
1 , 662
1,886

963
903

812
807
5

3,730
925
807
122
876

3,463
550
85
129
1,643
56

3,719
1,173

1
59

2,083
1,110
409
82
481

5

22
261

20
689

1,826

11

284,365
75,396
16,247

45,020 3 332,120
12,812 1,214,979
3,460
90,710

466,876 323,373 186,745 269,245 388,720
121,956 60,686 47,767 69,125 86,738
8,192 15,680 16,558
37,710 19,758

67,039 296,033
20,900 121,672
7,33S 22,203

141,458
2,190
11
49,063

21,726
3,276

752,525
5,469
286
268,131

262,797 222,600 122,417 159,306 147,507
754
669
1,048
271
12,135
10
47
144
37,153
7,653 24,086
32,134 19,058

33,169 120,290
51
1,566
60
34
30,177
5,511

3,746

INSURED BANKS

117

NO. 47-ALL INSURED COMMERCIAL BANKS-PRINCIPAL ASSETS
AND LIABILITIES, BY STATES, DECEMBER 31,1941-Continued
[Amounts in thousands of dollars]
Item

Georgia

Idaho

Illinois

Iowa

Kansas

Kentucky

Louisiana

Maine

Maryland

23,059
16,763
1,900
959
1,338
1,579

11,677
7,014
1,426
610
41
211

7,811
6,536
672
226
69
84

11,378
7,588
1,109
263
684
1,608

18,169
12,066
938
644
300
781

4,894
2,277
270
162
688
765

13,831
10,956
782
300
948
629

Indiana

ASSETS (continued)
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and
16,954
other real estate
12,366
Bank premises
. .
-_
Furniture and fixtures... . _ _ _ _ ._. _ = _ _ _ . _ ... 1,192
712
Farm land (including improvements)
___.,.__
1,315
Residential properties
...,- _ - - .
1
1,352
Other real properties
Investments and other assets indirectly represent17
ing bank premises or other real estate
Miscellaneous assets
Customers' liability on acceptances
Income accrued but not collected
Prepaid expenses
Other assets

1,824
134
667
152
871

1,798
1,370
405
16
3

48,924
39,680
3,043
905
1,596
1,516

4

2,184

520

2,375

224

126

3,440

732

216

321

18,814
1,780
10,136
341
6,557

2,154

776

457

511
10
255

219
23
215

4,954
920
1,004
106
2,924

518

1,104
128
922

1,004
8
600
59
337

4,856
198
1,753
111
2,794

2
19
300

151
34
333

755,707 133,825 6,353,045 1,287,877 900,306 524,075 708,293 722,206 245,048 902,136

Total assets
LIABILITIES

Demand deposits (exclusive of interbank de405,429
posits)

321,684
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations...
31,837
United States Government1
States and political subdivisions
43,585
Certified and officers' checks, cash letters of credit
8,323
and travelers' checks, etc.

Time deposits (exclusive of interbank deposits) 131,323

Individuals, partnerships, and corporations:
Savings deposits
Certificates of deposit
Christmas savings and similar accounts.Open accounts _ _
Postal savings1
States and political subdivisions

109,313
16,843
420
2,228
1,872
647

87,007 3,642,581
66,480 3,132,414
141,691
819
313,344
18,581
1,127

55,132

726,523 493,170 356,348 393,141 402,083
576,488 394,955 250,434 340,159 318,749
3,337 12,789 11,888 14,098
22,585
114,704 86,712 89,082 36,232 64,545
12,746

8,166

4,043

4,862

4,691

97,890 492,735
81,660 396,492
938 47,064
12,482 44,548
2,810

4,631

32,133 1,110,879

346,029 239,646

70,009 134,143 117,887 106,933 213,239

970,790
82,224
1,523
30,820
929
24,593

274,950 154,403
66,044 81,283
177
992
3,477
1,691
273
2,280
33
72

40,800
26,449
142
1,491
1,002
125

28,241
3,637
1
11
243

3,466 1,125,172
3,466 1,116,903
8 269

100,115
100,060
55

91,556
91,556

96,816
32,712
337
2,825
440
1,013

97,863 103,355 198,678
1,451
4,141
13,643
232
747
284
366
831
6,766
1,061
547
2,495
930
2,823
1,846

47,688 107,105 143,387
47,688 107,105 142,157
1,230

9,064 124,374
9,042 124,183
22
191

Interbank deposits
'Banks in the United States
Banks in foreign countries

143, 600
143,586
14

Total 'deposits
Demand
Time

680 352 122,606 5,878,632 1,172,667 824,372 474,045 634,389 663,357 213,887 830,348
815,826 584,615 403,454 499,692 545,145 106,929 613,481
545,692 90,323 4,767,511
356,841 239,757 70,591 134,697 118,212 106,958 216,867
134,660 32,283 1,111,121

7,614
Bills payable, rediscounts, and other liabilities for
110
borrowed money
134
Acceptances outstanding
886
Dividends declared but not yet payable
Income collected but not earned. ___
.. . 3,642
Expenses accrued and unpaid
1,031
Other liabilities
1,811

Miscellaneous liabilities

412
47
105
209
51

25,665
2,165
1,502
4,461
12,375
5,162

3,380

1,120

1,204

2,408

3,991

782

2,912

2

19
1
132
706
243
19

153

197
8
371
889
827
116

1,346
462
676
753
754

192
123
188
279

198
635
542
538
999

505
1,120
1,331
422

155
448
365
83

687,966 123,018 5,904,297 1,176,047 825,492 475,249 636,797 667,348 214,669 833,260

Total liabilities
CAPITAL ACCOUNTS
Capital accounts
Capital
Surplus
Undivided profits
Reserves for contingencies
Other capital accounts. _. _ - _ _ _
Number of banks
For footnote see end of table, p. 123.




-.

67, 741
32,519
21,351
9,182
4,126
/ifi3

10,807
5,105
3,443
1,331
708
220

448, 748
176,950
167,481
54,353
48,009
1,955

111,830
54,756
32,052
16,570
5,954
2.4P8

74,814
34,851
23,460
11,533
4,022
P48

48,826
24,510
15,402
7,603
951
3fiO

71,496
33,648
27,177
7,550
2,324
797

54,858
24,078
18,890
7,685
2,281
1,924

30,379
15,347
8,838
4,588
1,087
519

68,876
31,263
22,548
10,107
4,122
836

272

49

816

473

589

455

372

145

57

172

118

BANKING AND MONETARY STATISTICS
N0.47-ALL INSURED COMMERCIAL BANKS-PRINCIPAL ASSETS
AND LIABILITIES, BY STATES, DECEMBER 31, Wt-Continued
[Amounts in thousands of dollars]
Massachusetts

Item

Michigan

Nevada

New
Hampshire

826, 679 164,793 1,292,103 123,134 279,116

37 102

81 304 1 €38 344

451 784
139,011
83,487
7,337

18 058
2 907
2 076

42 446
13 360

914
5,726

fiid £na
137 999
5 527
21,253

272

4 337

14 881
4 889
224,902
52 523

54

1 242
665
8,452
2 463
56
9 294
2

Minnesota

Mississippi

Missouri

Montana

Nebraska

New
Jersey

ASSETS
Loans and investments _ .

_ .

1,694,833 1 436,580,

Loans
925 469
Commercial and industrial loans
440 781
Agrieulturalloans
1,810
Commercial paper bought in open market ..
96,281
Bills, acceptances, etc., payable in foreign
countries
_.,. _____
661
Acceptances of other banks payable in the
United States... _,„.-.
._
791
Reporting banks' own acceptances
14,056
Loans to brokers and dealers in securities
25,630
Other loans for purchasing or carrying
securities , .
.__._
.
15,377
Real estate loans: On farm land
1,197
On residential properties
95,341
On other properties
45,932
Loans to banks...
580
All other loans.186 934
Overdrafts
98

543 021
151,916
20,778
8,743

84 018
15 929
15,336

402

651 797
258 322
85,388
25,657

61 248 172 494
8 393 37,965
30,917 84,587
4,889
3,102

60

151

4

121
3,752

1,470

574

11,866
16,772
147,816
39,878
81
141 ISO
148

7,708
20,407
46,068
7,973
117
138,004
198

2,151
7,489
8,196
4 357

544 S14
36,836
45 731
461,747

493,325
15,006
104 738
373,581

233,159
10,156
22,504
200,499

17 990

72 563
34,339
13,766
8,460

175,408
39,793
67,985
51,469

46,627
13,633
15,356
9,292

3 457

15,998

16,161

Obligations of States and political subdivisions

48 049

Obligations of Government corporations
and agencies* not guaranteed by United
States
. .
Federal Land bamks _ _ _ _ _ _ . _
Federal Intermediate Credit banks.. „Other Government corporations and agencies

5
5
5,670

g

7
442

489
68

14,700
21,241
73,749
33,802
149
132,792
166

1,466
865
4,575
1,164

8,936
35

2,526
7,396
4,435
2,883
92
28,971
88

360,754
26,220
65 706
268,828

40,857
6,786
4 661
29,410

61,020
285
9,877
50, 858

11 761

19 789

489
11,272

2 072 1
17,717

108 923
29,646
29,623
21,785

7,647
2,394
2,338
1,689

14,993
3,806
4,957
4,655

3 096

1,019
1,201

4 627
1,290
1,707

8,346

524

27,869

1,226

1,575

60

837

20 653

118 227

61,041

57 232

85 379

8 173

19,386

3,504

3 700

124 314

14 927
3 684
7,691
3,552

45 294
3,688
23,662
17,944

5,483
1,739
1,395
2,349

130
54

19 918
9 232
2,453
8,233

1 035

3,804
2,863
• 700
241

20

211
186

20

25

16 722
2 908
2,554
11,265

Obligations of other domestic corporations
Railroads.. ,_
_
Public utilities
Industrials...
..... .
All other

64 931
26,914
23 499
11,548
2 970

53 089
22,325
11 580
15,700
3 484

24,174
12,205
2 954
5,619
3,396

1 247

39 Oil
17,125
7 558
8,759
5 569

3 130
1,331

620
620
559

6,206
2,188
1,092
2,549
377

591

383
719
190
555

8,134
3,257
2,899
1,573

Foreign bonds, notes, and debentures .....

6,252

4,477

2,205

91

1,608

692

537

5

1,572

5,132

18,328
6 263
1 601
4 070
6 355
39

3,739
3 223
'337
25
154

2,206
1,978
65
14
149

628

24,713
2 850
20 486
369
1.008

352

776

67

825

344
2
167
312

29,464
4 ,469
1 053
2,090
12,791
61

898,954
413,531
153 273

755,852
300,860
55 955

379,790 125,416
122,482 11,728
17 611 11 277

793,067
287,764
27 123

74,685 144.751
23,259 50,696
4,520
5,640

18,852
4,972
1,693

34,261
12,622
3,709

222,460
60,149

201 146

300 145

187,673

97 959

363 795

39,767

68,265

7,901

14,130

303,892

1,585
289
129,130

2,786
302
95,804

3,423
178
48,423

759

2,294
250
111,841

2,225
69
4,845

7

2,395

20,143

1,891

21
4
3,775

6,828
14
58,049

United States Government direct obligations
__
..
Treasury bills. _.
„
_ __
Treasury notes
Bonds _
„ ...
Obligations guaranteed by United States
Government
Reconstruction Finance Corporation
Home Owners' Loan Corporation. . _ _ _ . .
Federal Farm Mortgage Corporation .
Other Government corporations and
agencies.
„
_„__
_. .

Corporate stocks
„
Federal Reserve Banks
Affiliates of reporting banks
Other domestic banks
Other domestic corporations
Foreign corporations
Cash, balances with other banktg, and
ca*n items in process of collection
Reserves with Federal Reserve Banks
.
Cash in vault
Demand balances with banks in the United
States (except private banks and American branches of foreign banks)
Other balances with "banks in the United
States _ „ „
Balances with banks in foreign countries
Cash items in process of collection.. „




75

29 186

323

186

2 202
15,602

713

76.

274
82
7
264
1

3,693

764
205
66

319

33

749
16
1
10

264
313
6,196
2 256
3 932

54

1,484
1,498

231
§8
128
144

67

793

405

177 688

t'>

571
11
75
484

4M
437
132
831

144
44
66
13

815
575
120
467

110 839
47,317
32 751
26,724
4 047

651, sn

119

INSURED BANKS
N0.47-ALL INSURED COMMERCIAL BANKS-PRINCIPAL ASSETS
AND LIABILITIES, BY STATES, DECEMBER 31,1941-Conlinued
[Amounts in thousands of dollars]
Minnesota

Nevada

New
Hampshire

843
681
143
7
2
7

2,455
1,813
281
7
93
110

1

3

151

1,067

249

78

176
20
53

4
6
68

Mississippi

Missouri

Montana

Nebraska

5,790
3,871
622
602
216
454

22,566
13,941
2,382
299
193
4,408

2,943
2,620
180
100
15
15

6,337
5,579
520
199
22
16

Massachusetts

Michigan

52,100
39,049
3,195
45
2,519
4,846

25,381
20,176
2,253
140
371
918

17,223
10,177
1,137
466
98
58

2,446

1,523

5,287

25

1,343

13

18,600
8,431
3,904
- 264
6,001

Item

5,531
3
3,478
814
1,236

4,604
117
2,175
11
2,301

626

4,735
641
1,994
117
1,983

606
347

631
27
409

New
Jersey

ASSETS (continued)
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and
other real estate
Bank premises
-Furniture and fixtures
Farm land (including improvements)
Residential properties
Other real properties
Investments and other assets indirectly
representing bank premises or other real
estate
IMiscellaneous assets
Customers' liability on acceptances
Income accrued but not collected
Prepaid expenses
Other assets

98
19
509

259

2,664,487 2,223,344 1,228,296 296,625 2,112,471 201,368 431,271

Total assets

88,201
51,845
4,458
529
13,097
14,323
'

3,949
8.448
572
5,379
596
1.901

57,046 118,098 2,386.385

LIABILITIES
Demand deposits (exclusive of interbank
1,601,549 1,156,041
deposits)
Individual's, partnerships, and corporations- 1,434,015
961,883
25,294
United States Government1. _
23,041
States and political subdivisions
106,726
146,193
Certified and officers' checks, cash letters of
credit and travelers' checks, etc.
22,671
37,767
Time deposits (exclusive of interbank
deposits)
378,435
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations:
363,497
Savings deposits . 6,157
Certificates of deposit
1,821
Christmas savings and similar accounts. .
5,798
Open accounts
379
Postal savings l
773
States and political subdivisions
.
Interbank deposits
Banks in the United States. _ . _ _
Banks in foreign countries
Total deposits
Demand
Time

370,901
349,652
21,249

__

..,

Bills payable, rediscounts, and other liabilities for borrowed money
Acceptances outstanding
Dividends declared but not yet payable
Income collected but not earned.
Expenses accrued and unpaid
Other liabilities

Total liabilities

33,059
26,306
212
5,910

3,153

631

2,446

13,271

1,537

15,163

2,506

24,314
740
9,559
2,960
4,365
3,704
3,186

332 963

74,547

314,640

41,319

60,515

17,989

31,247

926.551

725,623
16,204
957
3,781
2,784
7,206

230,282
86,639
257
6,626
2,097
7,062

54,630
18,444
116
315
1..036
6

248,204
56,532
451
5,735
2,529
1,189

31,781
7,156
17
852
402
1,111

33,025
26,031
117
917
365
60

17,061
705
13
69
101
40

29,513
667
194
248
418
207

890,880
5,113
4,478
13,421
2,000
10,659

144,023
142,739
1,284

193,923
192,634
1,289

19,711
19,711

550,120
549,694
426

14,694
14,694

74,406
74,406

1,156
1,156

5,789
5,789

43,410
43,183
227

9,297
2
916
5,015
2,427
937

9,612
117
127
4,171
2,565
2,632

668
25
177
111
297
58

6,972
665
886
2,116
1,700
1,605

382

1,444

52,204 101,331 2,152,315
34,110 69,726 1,224,537
927,778
18,094 31,605
1,030

22
168
185
7

114
294
360
87

310
20

589

2,375,189 2,065,916 1,119,949 269,104 1,959,916 184,660 389,824

.

27,028

756,555

2,350 875 2,056,619 1,110,337 268,436 1,952,944 184,278 388,380
773,948 193,639 1,637,556 142,797 327,799
1,972,239 1,297,896
315,388 41,481 60,581
758,723
336,389 74,797
378,636

Miscellaneous liabilities

64,295 1,182,354
936,607
52,883
1,207
44,709
7,759
174,010

583,451 174,178 1,088,184 128,265 253,459
478,092 138,006
940,734 106,529 213,821
3,818
1,841
283
1,840
22,776
90,248 32,794
109,511 18,947 32,667

125
109
796

92
30
105
63

9.526
572
477
5,417
1,784
1,276

53,234 101,641 2,161.841

CAPITAL ACCOUNTS
Capital accounts
Capital
Surplus
Undivided profits
Reserves for contingencies
Other capital accounts

...

Number of banks
For footnote see end of table, p. 123.




....

289,298
105,851
116,441
43,868
22,208
930

157,428
79,622
46,036
19,306
10,038
2,426

108,317
49,600
36,198
16,804
5,086
659

27,521
14,951
10,103
1,124
366
977

152,555
78,753
40,050
29,143
3,543
1,066

16,708
8,377
4,864
2,787
613
67

41,447
21,057
12,435
4,820
2,904
231

3,812
1,185
1,244
1,326
57

16,457
6,886
5,679
3,129
610
153

224,544
121,253
61,932
25,526
10,090
5,743

190

421

643

201

576

112

361

11

56

349

BANKING AND MONETARY STATISTICS

120

NO. 47-ALL INSURED COMMERCIAL BANKS-PRINCIPAL ASSETS
AND LIABILITIES, BY STATES, DECEMBER 31,1941-Continued
[Amounts in thousands of dollars]

New
Mexico

Item

North
North
Carolina Dakota

New
York

Ohio

Oklahoma

Oregon

Penn- i Rhode South
sylvania
Island Caroliua

ASSETS
Loans a nd investments .

--

... 49,442 15,237,863 437, 100

Loans
*
_,_._
.
. 27,743
7 957
Commercial and industrial loans
Agricultural loans
_
- -. _
8,075
Commercial paper bought in the open market.
453
Bills, acceptances, etc., payable in foreign
countries
Acceptances of other banks payable in the
United States
5
Reporting banks' own acceptances
Loans to brokers and dealers in securities.,, ..
Other loans for purchasing or carrying securities
448
Real estate loans : On farm land
_ _ _ _ , ...
498
On residential properties- _ _ 4,432
1,187
On other properties
Loans to banks 4,676
All other loans
.
..„
_
12
Overdrafts
United States Government direct obligations
. -„ „
Treasury bills
Treasury notes
Bonds

13,441
2 526
3,826
7 089

Obligations guaranteed by United States
Government - -_ Reconstruction Finance Corporation
Home Owners' Loan Corporation
Federal Farm Mortgage Corporation
Other Government corporations and agencies.

3,444
955
952
876
661

Obligations of States and political subdivisions

5,101,807 229 , 203
2 999,051 85,134
31,743
5,718
43,074
8,223

89,224 2,224,427 353 076 312,347 4,359 368 235,388 123 688
65,074 1,058,459 194,314 133,497 1,662,505 114,264
324,012 82 660 52 385
6 787
614 214 39 870
32,679 44, 783 20,392
43,985
19,941
128
21,496
2,313
609
5,394
68,195 12,624
3

38

38,937
36,223
428,813
242,520
14,246
256,092
131,640
32,057
845,017
2,356

78
2,726
8,809
10,784
15,324
13,552
143
78,691
21

122
985
2,812
1,090
3
8,652
29

40
2,313
13,634
23,474
40,940
257,457
61 , 692
528
280,071
123

61
206
1,656
4,230
8,219
a, 294
21
43,668
119

74 414
27 H3
6,032
431

36

64

502
516
1,911
9,681
4,516
25
41,038
182

59
4,957
33,045
81,181
27,078
315,134
106,765
784
391,011
77

1 528
961
290
2,501
224
24,1E4
9,327
150
22,472
5

470
•1,482
1,740
7,111
3,670
12
26,328
25

6,320,985 103,399
2,408
325,701
1,721,324 11,917
4,273,960 89,074

13,630
1,047
12 583

657,927
18,223
147,316
492,388

59,561 123,631 1,541,277
21,111
3,422
6,106
160,851
5,729 10,019
50,410 107,506 1,359,315

90,128
999
9,963
79,166

23,401
650
4,621
18,130

1,858,955
768,596
634,732
223,236
232,391

41,284
6,151
16,294
14,843
3,996

4,095
846
1,319
1,590
340

181,650
62,519
74,017
20,542
24,572

18,300
3,139
8,431
3,483
3,247

25,036
5,108
4,120
8,919
6,879

259,914
73,894
124,741
24,143
37,136

§,244
3,606
2,831
168
1,639

4,133
1,043
1,512
906
672

3,767

922, 870

49,456

4,287

187,373

75,552

32,340

249,588

6 156

17,13S

States
... „.
Federal Land banks
Federal Intermediate Credit banks
Other Government corporations and agencies

741
571
155
15

232,009
59,397
99,317
73,295

7,876
1,091
1,841
4,944

345
155

1,476
1,006

190

24,658
16,544
4,657
3,457

470

979
74
880
25

26,725
9,511
2,682
14,532

2,204
168
1,231
805

1,538
229
1,085
224

Obligations of other domestic corporations
Railroads
.... _ , . . . _ „ .
. ... _ _ . _ . _ ...
Public utilities
.
Industrials
All other
...

101
35
28
30
8

593,742
225,580
102,024
198,285
67,853

3,415
1,601
181
906
727

1,433
570
301
455
107

92,270
33,955
21,822
31,931
4,562

2,323
889
432
964
38

5,93S
2,091
934
407
2,506

499,945
207,365
143,619
135,073
13,888

9,444
4,879
3,420
1,023
122

1,926
873
578
155
320

Obligations i»f Government corporations

Foreign bonds, mites, and debentures _ _ _ _ , _ „
Federal Reserve Banks
Affiliates of reporting banks
Other domestic banks
Other domestic corporations
Foreign corporations

_„,__ .

Cash, balances with other banks, and cash

49

41,526

27

139

10,681

264

228

36,925

1 039

15

156
118

165,968
48,021
43,084
4,871
69,141
851

2,440
784
57
3
1,596

221
158
10

11,409
6,606
267
112
4,414
10

1,286
1,241

608
608

82,489
17; 610
27,111
6,563
31,056
149

3,909
850
805
1,075
1,136
43

528
296
40
5
187

38

37,209
7,949
Reserves with Federal Reserve Banks
Cash in vault
.. .
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 2,404
Demand balances with banks in the United
States (except private banks and American
25,152
branches of foreign banks)
Other balances with banks in the United
669
States
_ _ _ _ _ ...
Balances with banks in foreign countries
Cash items in process of collection _ _ ___ _ _ _ _ . 1,125




7,483,804 314,083
5,430,021 58,182
171,876 21,902

53

32,139 1,173,108 246,628 146,750 3,056,505 108,065 106,362
479,097 71,227 58,091 1,008,779 52,048 15,775
7,369
9,950
132,223 11,027
8,639
2,243
9,135
85,839

487,054 199,274

20,779

6,806

209
12
1,527

5,883
6,887
1,382,083

27,919

45

446,810 145,660

51,226

674,152

28,349

74,008

2,931

3,845
10
24,939

10,255
156
230,940

271
109
16,261

6,277

9,916
94
151,352

17,675

352

INSURED BANKS

121

NO. 47-ALL INSURED COMMERCIAL BANKS-PRINCIPAL ASSETS
AND LIABILITIES, BY STATES, DECEMBER 31,1941-Continued
[Amounts in thousands of dollars)
New
Mexico

Item

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and
other real estate
Bank premises ,.._
____.
Furniture and fixtures
Farm land (including improvements)
Residential properties
Other real properties
Investments and other assets indirectly representing bank premises or other real estate

339,708
264,380
5,588
1,053
19,101
29,138

North
Carolin

North
Dakota

10,202
7,649
1,003
136
441
946

2,455
2,024
179
172
32
44

Ohio

Oklahoma

Oregon

Pennsylvania

Rhode South
Island Carolina

74,331
55,912
4,456
839
4,648
5,194

9,170
8,103
925
22
6
42

7,306
6,074
1,042
86
67
32

226,292
121,201
12,953
1,745
37,059
39,911

11,818
8,196
239
6
115
635

1

20,448

27

4

3,282

72

5

13,423

135,663
44,140
46,869
5,001
39,653

4,203
1,566
1,313
93
1,231

330

10,429
822
4,067
298
5,242

949
105
392
36
416

1,304
112
833
26
333

29,117
4,761
9,660
1,519
13,177

1,707
885
579
188
55

2,708
1,999
457
104
52
93

2,627

75
50
5

Miscellaneous assets _.. -. . _ „.
Customers' liability on acceptances
Income accrued but not collected „
Prepaid expenses
Other assets,
Total assets

1,001
860
121
15
4

New
York

20

248
82

836
51
71
35
679

87,817 23,197,037 765,588 124,148 3,482,295 609,823 467,607 6,671,282 356,978 232,994

..
LIABILITIES

Demand deposits (exclusive of interbank
deposits )
._,___
61,347 14,530,156 391,700
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations,.. 44,319 12,469,455 312,141
United States Government 1
930,652
8,227
662
States and political subdivisions ...
15,341
640,901 63,394
Certified and officers' checks, cash letters of
credit and travelers' checks, etc...
7,938
1,025
489,148

76,762
69,218
264
5,939

,813,756
,601,373
23,030
146,799

77,643
85,357
11,523
66,379

73,302
18,341
6,931
40,893

,258,870
,907,030
97,558
209,436

05,919
82,660
1,302
17,893

63,231
27,015
3,071
30,678

1,341

42,554

14,384

7,137

44,846

4,064

2,467

2,056,245 132,058

31,601

,075,021

76,033

34,777

,753,728

02,535

36,007

1,555,782
26,819
3,645
398,208
6,602
65,189

00,863
15,550
202
8,474
4,574
2,395

17,650
13,249
16
272
54
360

940,337
60,895
2,082
35,607
1,030
35,070

48,623
18,621
8
4,928
739
3,114

20,963
6,749
3
1,327
399
5,336

,432,850
99,693
6,413
148,183
3,868
62,721

98,410
1,984
1,379

5,124
5,124

4,306,492
3,690,454
616 038

76,260
76,260

4,585
4,585

265,464
264,376
1,088

91,242
91,242

27,272
26,787
485

778,810
772,449
6,361

9,871
9,559
312

14,721
14,721

81,582
66 450
15,132

0,892,893
8,811 870
2,080,923

00,018
64 072
35,946

12,948
81 287
31,661

,154,241
,070,615
,083,626

44,918
65 974
78,944

35,351
00,094
35,257

,791,408
994,709
,796,699

18,325
15,790
02,535

14,049
77,858
36,191

75

302,684

6,282

419

19,391

1,635

1,792

32,495

2,942

845

50
6
g
11

5,866
53,585
• 18,289
17,964
30,013
176,967

15
1,566
216
2,029
1,229
1,227

60
18
138
167
36

215
825
869
3,411
5,670
8,401

113
126
713
729
111

1,230
6,272
3,500
5,553
12,436
3,504

937
193
568
951
293

70
71
244
402
58

81, €57

1,195,577

06,300

13,367

,173,632

46,553 .37,143

823,903

21,267

14,894

6,160
2,985
2,164
193
677
141

2,001,460
726,084
953,123
253,791
60,376
8,086

59,288
23,528
22,976
7,181
4,573
1,030

10,781
6,029
3,161
1,211
227
153

308,663
165,483
92,769
33,301
13,274
3,836

63,270
28,715
19,387
12,033
3,016
119

30,464
10,572
12,025
4,484
3,156
227

847,379
285,025
413,059
93,545
51,599
4,151

35,711
13,201
16,331
2,527
3,610
42

18,100
8,840
5,960
2,312
702
286

41

708

220

150

673

381

69

1,048

16

114

Time deposits (exclusive of interbank deposits),,
_,
15,111
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations:
Savings deposits.
.
12,030
Certificates of deposit
2,724
11
Christmas savings and similar accounts
,
Open accounts
150
Postal savings l
181
States and political subdivisions
15
Interbank deposits,
„
Banks in the United States
Banks in foreign countries
Total deposits .
Demand
Time,
_,
Miscellaneous liabilities
Bills payable, rediscounts, and other liabilities
for borrowed money ..
Acceptances outstanding
Dividends declared but not yet payable.-,,,.
Income collected but not earned
Expenses accrued and unpaid.
,„
Other liabilities
,
..
Total liabilities,

105
324
412
776
18

32,075
2,818
146
342
554 1
68
208
648

CAPITAL ACCOUNTS
Capital accounts ._
Capital.
.
Surplus. .,
. ....
Undivided profits.
Reserves for contingencies
Other capital accounts.

.,_.

Number of banks
For footnote see end of table, p. 123.




.
..

BANKING AND MONETARY STATISTICS

122

N0.47-ALL INSURED COMMERCIAL BANKS-PRINCIPAL ASSETS
AND LIABILITIES, BY STATES, DECEMBER II, Mi-Continued
[Amounts in thousands of dollars]
Item .

South
Dakota

Tennessee

Texas

Utah

Vermont

Virginia

Washington

West
Wyom- PossesVirginia Wisconsin
ing
sions

ASSETS
Loans and investments

93,966 500,987 1,210,844 135,511 113,865 585,720 480 925 244 271

Loans
.
,
Commercial and industrial loans
Agricultural loans
.
-Commercial paper bought in open market
Bills, acceptances, etc., payable in foreign
countries
Acceptances of other banks payable in the
United States
Reporting banks* own acceptances
Loans to brokers and dealers in securities.
Other loans for purchasing or carrying
securities
-Real estate loftps* On farm land
On residential properties
On other properties
Loans to banks..
All other loans .„
.„
Overdrafts

63,390 306,718
7,128 111,308
35,487 46,009
685
2,888

681,261
294,832
144,076
3,425

78,540
20,977
11,898
1,184

69,600 356,450 269,004 140,467
12,268 90,132 118,716 31 357
3,297 12,822 29,061 2,757
1,060
8,015
4,573
3,043

830 275

e* •£•

5,789

351 230
119 909
24 498
10,019

«A 47n

3 AM
1,063

4 A9ft
f-> QAQ

559

111
21
3,071

433
191
8,762

873
2,014
5,120
1,591
4
10,434
54

7,523
12,493
19,453
9,741
151
93,868
192

19,746
10,168
27,272
18,397
297
152,312
1,239

United States Government direct obligations
..
».
„
14,550
Treasury bills
_ _ „ ,.
- _
38
Treasury notes -- „„„_ „
3,125
Bonds
11 387

88,161
5,158
22,249
60,754

Obligations guaranteed by United
States Government
- '
__ _.
Reconstruction Finance Corporation
Home Owners' Loan Corporation
Federal Farm Mortgage Corporation
Other Government corporations and
agencies

4,090
1,237
1,321
1,085

60

1,817

30
202
831

205

1
472

13,915
144

1,658
5,953
7,764 16,815
26,470 60,259
5,466 19,151
3
132
11,607 141,243
7
51

3,789
4,997
29 838
11,868
8
64 921
170

5,444
5,458
35 965
11,266
33
44,895
27

7 790
26 027
75*341
23 257
260
63 572
84

299,896
39,314
52,331
208,251

31 223
69
7 576
23 578

19,056 130,932 147 325
2,402 14,291
2,148 15,081 21 396
16 908 113 449 111 638

52,709
3,063
7,777
41 869

27,034
7,729
10,555
986

63,220
14,496
31,177
6,705

12 565
1,933
6 366
2,616

4,562
1,370
1,842
955

39,303
9,001
19,626
7,024

21 919
4,797
6 746
5,041

19,338
4,146
7,056
2,139

58 526
12,047
30 354
7,234

2 473

447

7 764

10,842

1 650

395

3 652

5 335

5 997

8 891

AKO

Obligations of States and political subdivisions
__ .
_ _
10 361

58 050

138,611

9 945

5,025

29 891

29 386

16 369

64 631

4 531

395
321

6 690
914
2,419

6,527
2,476
1,897

694
464
95

138
118

5 612
1,886
1,071

5 184
1,901
2,201

1,429
1,182

3 036
1 577
46

91
55

74

3,357

2,154

135

20

2,655

1 082

247

1 413

36

899
486
127
243
43

9 282
2 853
1,649
3 674
1 106

13,458
2,626
3,279
5,459
2,094

1 955
628
872
364
91

11,369
3 430
5,989
1 610
340

18,860
6 223
3,914
6 008
2 715

5 165
2 306
1 539
1 184
136

11,080
4 017
2,238
3 578
1 247

2,498

829

1,130

Obligations of Government corporations and agencies, not guaranteed by
United States -. , „
___ _
Federal Land banks „
„ _ __
Federal Intermediate Credit banks
Other Government corporations and
agencies
. „
Obligations of other domestic corporations
__•
Railroads
Public utilities
_Industrials
All other

1
585
982
2,634
18 062
8,158

Foreign bonds, notes, and debentures....

64

526

404

13

Corporate stocks
Federal Reserve Banks.
.
Affiliates of reporting banks-.„.,..
Other domestic banks
___
_____
Other domestic corporations
Foreign corporations _ - _
_

217
216

4 526
1,303
1,788
110
1,325

7,467
4,057
633
72
2,704
1

576
370
28

990,908
290,756
41,401

1

Cash, balances witH otber banks, and
cash items in process of collection. _., 43,703 370,486
Reserves with Federal Reserve Banks
11,120 91,833
Cash in vault ...
2 937 19 580
Demand balances with banks in the
United States (except private banks and
American branches of foreign banks}.,. 27,466 223,029
Other balances with banks in the United
States
62
5 981
2
Balances with banks in foreign countries
Cash items in process of collection
2,117 30,061




17

5
629
1 ftOfl
*>oq

OQ

1 Tvd

/till

7ee

i AA
3

4

10
4

90

264 558 11 582
1 901 1 464
2 352
18 503
244 154
7 7RR

78
23
25
24
6

703
165
269
046
223

472
719

1 9AA
11 A

8

797

i<ii

655
176
227
205
47

669
900
195

66
j

1QA

500

7,116

91

1 812 2 370
1,095
915
85
615
3
69
1,310
69
30

2 475
1,664
125
47
639

176
160
g
g

1

88,889
28,467
3,015

27,185 332,163 274,063 153,636
6,611 108,563 94,211 36,005
3 023 23 761 17 855 14 116

405,096
108,143
26 362

44,498
8,739
2 598

4,568

567,269

42,324

15,375 .62,485 120,803

86,697

226,204

31,679

3,260

3 513
274
87,695

1,006

5 025
16
32,313

6 864

2 632
17
41 738

321

178

13,277

1 619 3 843
229
1,673
765
214
1,218
106
1,187
66
4 '

15
129
2,032

5 630
90
35 474

9 954

1 161

1111

~25
172

INSURED BANKS

123

N0.47-ALL INSURED COMMERCIAL BANKS-PRINCIPAL ASSETS
AND LIABILITIES, BY STATES, DECEMBER 31,1941-Continued
[Amounts in thousands of dollars]
South
Dakota

Item

Tennessee

Texas

Utah

Vermont

Virginia

WashWest
Wyom- Possesington Vir ginia Wisconsin
ing
sions

2,564
1,925
381
143
22
40

18,730
13,620
1,506
485
379
2,226

46,718
33,529
4,463
897
617
3,247

3,718
2,004
354
65
12
39

4,942
2,243
287
1,332
458
520

22,441
14,900
2,286
714
782
1.688

9,311
6,709
2,110
130
32
309

ASSETS (continued)
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures,
and other real estate
Bank premises .
Furniture and fixtures
Farm land (including improvements). ._
Residential properties
_- ..
Other real properties
1Investments and other assets indirectly
representing bank premises or other
real estate
. , _-

12,899
7,346
1,057
250
1,250
2,190

22,392
15,850
2,551
1,008
553
959

1,228
1,039
167
13
8
1

78
60
13
3
2

53

514

3,965

1,244

102

2,071

21

806

1,471

418

2,322
366
630
52
1,274

3,428
1,318
600
101
1,409

275

362

3,507
11
1,202
112
2,182

73

38

164
12
186

1,547
272
932
37
306

943

9
15
251

2,575
7
820
103
1,645

45
5
23

31
3
4

140.650 892,525 2,251,898 227,593 146,354 942,899 765,846 411,749 1,261,270

Miscellaneous assets. -_ ,_ _ _ _ „ _
Customers' liability on acceptances
Income accrued but not collected
Prepaid expenses
Other assets

95,868

10,473

298
120

Total assets

185
77
681

LIABILITIES
Demand deposits (exclusive of interbank deposits)
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations
United States Government 1 _
States and political subdivisions _ _ _
Certified and officers' checks, cash letters
of credit, and travelers' checks, etc.

87,395 415,643 1,446,926 111,112

40,986 414,952 451,177 213,151

579,401

54,792

3,900

63,267 327,959 1,174,313
574 23,251
54,123
162,373
22,446 58,472

85,030
814
23,745

35,418 346,506 384,852 173,385
7,682
4,677
5,844
852
3,457 47,928 53,992 25,799

500,563
5,114
58,044

43,600
451
10,005

2,907
244
683

5,961

56,117

1,523

8,123

15,680

736

66

229,192

65,939

81,546 304,062 181,226 122,073

467,872

22,889

5,479

167,551
27,745
351
10,074
1,412
22,059

61,888
3,603
12
238
92
106

79,054 260,354 171,856 110,108
9,102
668 11,349 •7,516
1,083
30
357
124
1,152
864
576 17,469
1,284
1,758
613
176
59
358
948 12,049

408,547
53,258
801
1,327
604
3,335

18,519
2,823
35
612
152
748

5,221
58
23

376,479
375,178
1,301

29,561
29,557
4

98,262
98,128
134

8,513
8,513

102
101
1

126,548 817,308 2,052,597 206,612 123,482 844,160 705,764 360,517 1,145,535
676,047
93,529 626,679 1,822,303 140,396 41,851 537,403 523,527 237,472
469,488
230,294 66,216 81,631 306,757 182,237 123,045
33,019 190,529

86,194
63,080
23,114

9,481
3,990
5,491

359

23

1,108

Time deposits (exclusive of interbank
32,902 185,761
deposits). . __
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations:
17,840 139,972
Savings deposits
12,367 36,019
Certificates of deposit
11
198
Christmas savings and similar accounts
712
3,323
Open accountsl
118
946
Postal savings
5,303
1,854
States and political subdivisions
6,251 215,804
6,251 215,804

I nterbank deposits
Banks in the United States
Banks in foreign countries
Total deposits
Demand.
Time

.

Miscellaneous liabilities
Bills payable, rediscounts, and other
liabilities for borrowed money
Acceptances outstanding
Dividends declared but not yet payable..
Income collected but not earned
Expenses accrued and unpaid
Other liabilities

422

3,834

7,206

366
344
1,765
1,156
203

118
1,318
1,164
1,003
3,189
414

612

1,259

12,836

950 125,146
950 125,069
77

455

5,950

96
. 159
135
65

200
7
833
2,939
1,571
400

7,656

73,361
71,865
1,496

25,293
25,293

1,079

4,909
274
318
1,915
1,447
955

2,900

55
122

85
59
185
16
14

3
4
8
8

126,970 821,042 2,059,803 207,224 123,937 850,119 710,673 361,596 1,148,435

Total liabilities

11
223
1,096
1,158
412

86,553

9,504

57
121
194
50

84
186
267
75

126
293
528
132

CAPITAL ACCOUNTS
Capital accounts
Capital-.
Surplus
Undivided profits
Reserves for contingencies
Other capital accounts

- 13,680
7,208
3,622
2,267
385
198
__

71,483
36,025
21,440
11,089
2,140
789

192,095
89,853
62,786
30,298
6,639
2,519

20,369
9,491
6,550
3,077
1,026
225

23,417
12,870
3,912
3,214
1,485
936

92,789
44,025
30,719
11,900
5,248
897

55,173
25,433
14,394
9,608
5,187
551

50,153
23,821
17,827.
6,266
1,845
394

112,835
62,385
26,226
14,486
7,779
1,959

9,315
3,847
3,381
1,597
412
78

961)
47{>
296
117
60
21

Number of banks

l_

161

288

785

60

72.

314

131

175

553

58

4

1

=.

_

United States Treasurer's time deposits, open account, are combined with postal savings (time) deposits.




SECTION 4
ASSETS AND LIABILITIES OF WEEKLY REPORTING MEMBER BANKS
IN LEADING CITIES
Text

Page
127

Table 48. Weekly reporting member banks in 101 leading cities—principal assets and liabilities,
weekly and monthly, 1919-1941
*
132
Table 49. Weekly reporting member banks in New York City—principal assets and liabilities,
weekly and monthly, 1919-1941
164
Table 50. Weekly reporting member banks outside New York City—principal assets and liabilities, weekly and monthly, 1919-1941
196




SECTION 4
ASSETS AND LIABILITIES OF WEEKLY REPORTING MEMBER BANKS
IN LEADING CITIES
weekly figures, together with monthly averages
of such figures, are also published each month in
the Federal Reserve Bulletin.
Reporting banks and cities. The number of
weekly reporting member banks has not remained constant. It rose from approximately
600 in late 1917 to 760 in. January 1919 and to
a maximum of 830 in January 1921, owing in
part to the fact that during that period many
large State banks and trust companies became
members of the Federal Reserve System. In
order to maintain substantial comparability
within the series, no net additions were made
to the list of reporting banks after January 1921.
When a bank withdrew from membership, suspended, or ceased to report, its place in the list
was usually filled by another bank of approximately the same size in the same city or district. Numerous mergers of reporting banks,
while not materially affecting the relative size
of the sample for the country as a whole, gradually reduced the number of reporting banks to
422 just before the banking holiday in March
1933 and to 374 immediately afterwards. Reopenings and reorganizations brought the number to 403 by September 1934, but mergers have
since reduced it to 385, the number in December
1941.
The reporting member banks were at first distributed among 96 leading cities, of which 57
were central reserve or reserve cities.2 By 1919
the number of cities represented had increased
to the present number of 101. Some substitutions
of cities were made later; -these, changes are
shown in the list of cities given at the end of
this text.
Following the banking holiday in March 1933,
eleven cities in which the more important reporting banks had not been licensed to resume banking operations were temporarily eliminated from
the current series. Pending clarification of the
status of these banks, the Board published an
interim series, covering the remaining cities (90
in 1933 and 91 in 1934 and 1935). The interim
series appears in the Annual Report of the Federal Reserve Board for 1933, pages 188-977
and for 1934, pages 158-63, and in the Federal
Reserve Bulletin for 1935. Further details on
the interim series appear in the Federal Reserve
Bulletin for November 1935, pages 715-16.

The Board of Governors, in cooperation with
the Federal Reserve Banks, has collected weekly
condition reports from selected member banks
in leading cities since November 1917.*, The
purpose of the reports is to provide information
on money market and credit developments more
promptly than is possible on the basis of call
report data from all member banks. The reporting banks hold about 70 per cent of the loans
arid investments of all member banks and are
located for the most part in large cities, where
banks are quickly affected by short-time money
market factors. In this respect, as well as in
the much greater frequency of their collection,
the series for weekly reporting member banks
differs from the series for all member banks presented in Section 2.
Although the weekly reporting member banks
include banks in some 40 cities that are not
classified as reserve cities, changes in banking
conditions as reflected by the weekly series are
similar to those shown by the series for central
reserve and reserve city banks presented in Section 2. In December 1941 the ratio of loans and
investments of weekly reporting member banks
to loans and investments of central reserve and
reserve city banks was 97 per cent. The weekly
series is not typical of conditions among the
smaller country banks for which changes take
place more slowly and may be quite different.
In this section are presented the figures for
weekly reporting member banks during the
period 1919-1941, It is not feasible to carry
the series back to November 1917, and some
items reported in the earlier years and discontinued have not been shown. The omission of
figures for some items on some dates signifies
that the data were not reported or could not
be placed on a basis substantially comparable
with current reports. Aggregates for all weekly
reporting member banks are given in Table 48,
and for those in New York City and in the 100
other leading cities in Tables 49 and 50,
respectively.
The weekly condition figures of reporting member banks in leading cities are published currently first in a mimeographed statement, which
is now released on Thursday covering banks in
New York City and Chicago and on Monday
covering all weekly reporting member banks. The
1
The inauguration of these reports is described in the Federal
Reserve Bulletin for December 1917, p. 921, and January 1918, p. 61.




127

3

For a list of all reserve cities see Table 108, p. 401,

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All of the closed reporting member banks in
the eleven cities had been reopened, reorganized,
or placed in receivership by the end of 1934.
The series for 101 cities was not resumed, however, until November 1935. While the interim
series was being published, reports were also
being obtained from reporting banks in the
eleven cities temporarily excluded, and such figures were added when the 101 cities series was
resumed. For the banks in the eleven cities
that resumed operations immediately after the
banking holiday, figures were added back to
March 1933; for those that resumed operations
afterwards, under their old charters or through
succession by other banks, figures were added
beginning with the dates on which operations
were resumed.
Changes in content of weekly report. At first
the reports submitted by reporting member
banks were brief and included only the more
important items from the banks' condition
statements; they did not represent a balanced
statement. Changes in the composition of the
report have been made from time to time, most
of which have taken the form of greater detail
to secure more significant data or reclassification
in the interest of clarity.3
In September 1934 the weekly report form
was considerably revised to provide more detailed classifications of loans, investments, and
deposits and to give additional items needed to
make a balanced statement. The most important changes made since 1934 were the new
loan classifications adopted in May 1937 and
the addition in 1939 of a breakdown of United
States Government securities into Treasury
bills, notes, and bonds.
The weekly reports are essentially condensed
call reports, and all items therein are defined by
reference to corresponding items, or combinations of items, in the more detailed quarterly call
report required of all member banks. The textual introduction and the more detailed tables
in Section 2 will, therefore, be useful in understanding the statistics contained in this section.
Figures from weekly reports of some member
banks, particularly those in California, sometimes differ from call date condition reports because of the fact that the figures reported weekly
by the principal branch-operating banks exelude the assets and liabilities of some or all of
their out of town branches, whereas the call re3
The early report form (as revised by the end of 1919) included
several items on bank credit related to Government financing which
have not been included in the tables: holdings of United States
Government securities, by various types (published until early 1926);
breakdown of both loans on securities and borrowings from Federal
Reserve Banks into those secured by United States Government
securities and all other (published until 1929).




port covers the assets and* liabilities of the reporting bank arid all of its branches.
Classification of loans. In December 1919 the
reporting banks were requested to segregate
loans on stocks and bonds from other loans.
This form of reporting loans was continued until
1929. Beginning with January 16,1929, a further
breakdown of loans on securities was reportedloans on securities made to brokers and dealers
located (a) in New York City and (b) outside
New York City, and loans on securities made to
others. (On January 16 and 23, only loans to
brokers and dealers in New York City were segregated.) Total loans to brokers and dealers in
securities, for own account and for the account
of others, had been reported by weekly reporting
member banks in New York City beginning in
1926, and similar data had been reported by another group of New York City banks beginning with 1917. These figures appear in Tables
140 and 141, pages 495-500.
In September 1934, when the weekly reports
were considerably expanded, a more detailed
classification of "all other" loans was obtained,
showing real estate loans, other loans to customers, loans to banks, and open-market paper.
The item "other loans to customers" provided
for the first time a weekly figure composed
largely of loans for commercial, industrial, and
agricultural purposes.
In May 1937 the form of report was further
revised to provide a new classification of loans,
designed to give more information on the purposes for which loan funds were being used,
without regard to whether or not the loans were
secured by stocks and bonds. The principal new
loan classifications were "commercial, industrial,
and agricultural loans" and "loans other than to
brokers and dealers for the purpose of purchasing and carrying securities." "Loans to brokers
and dealers" thereafter included all such loans for
the purpose of purchasing and carrying securities, both secured and unsecured^ but without the
former breakdown "in New York City" and
"outside New York City." "Open-market paper"
included banks' own acceptances previously included in "all other loans/' as well as other
banks 7 acceptances and commercial paper purchased in the open market. "Real estate loans"
and "loans to banks" were the same as reported
earlier.
For the first report date, May 12, 1937, the
reporting banks submitted data on both the old
and the new bases; thereafter until February 1939 they broke down the new classifications
in such a way as to permit reconstruction of the
old classification on a substantially comparable

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4
basis. The only item in the old classification "other securities." Beginning with February
which was continued in the new classification 1939 holdings of Government direct obligations
but which was considerably affected is "open- have been reported by types of securities—-bills,
market paper." The reporting banks' holdings notes, and bonds.
The figures of loans and investments for the
of their own acceptances (121 million dollars on
May 12, 1937) had previously been included in period 1919-1928 were revised in 1929 so as to
"other loans to customers" rather than in "open- transfer from investments to loans certain types
market paper." Further details concerning the of real estate loans. As noted in connection with
new loan series in comparison with the old series changes in this classification of loans, beginning
appear in the Federal Reserve Bulletin for May with February 8, 1939, "other securities" exclude
1937, page 440, and for June 1937, page 530.
loans and investments indirectly representing
From May 19 through the remainder of 1937 bank premises and other real estate, which since
both the old and the new series are given in the that date are included in "other assets." The
tables with a footnote indicating the columns amount then transferred from investments to
representing the new and old classes. It should "other assets" was reported as 53 million dollars;
be noted that the item "other loans" beginning to that extent the figures of "other securities"
in May 1937, being merely a residual of loans beginning with February 8, 1939, are not entirely
not otherwise classified, is not comparable with comparable with those for earlier dates.
Deposits and other items. Prior to September
the residual item formerly reported; it now comprehends mostly instalment and single-payment 1934 the weekly reports had included net demand
loans to individuals and other customers' loans deposits, time deposits, United States Governnot secured by real estate and made neither for ment deposits and, beginning with 1927, interbusiness or agricultural purposes nor for pur- bank deposits. The adoption of the balance
chasing or carrying securities. Before May 1937 sheet form of report in 1934 supplied additional
the unclassified loans, "other loans to customers," data on deposits similar to, but in less detail
were largely unsecured loans (i.e., not on secu- than, the call report. The more important addirities) for industrial, commercial, and agricul- tions were the items for computing "demand deposits adjusted" and details for interbank
tural purposes.
Beginning with February 8, 1939, the report- deposits.
The composite statement available beginning
ing banks were asked to include in "other assets"
any loans and securities that indirectly represent with September 1934 substituted "demand debank premises or other real estate. On the first posits adjusted" for "net demand deposits," and
report date these loans (mostly real estate loans) the tables published in the Bulletin contained
and securities amounted to 47 and 53 million somewhat more detailed information. Demand
dollars, respectively. For this reason the figures deposits adjusted are a much more satisfactory
of "real estate loans" and "other securities" measure of the volume of demand deposits standbeginning with February 1939 are not entirely ing to the credit of the community in general
than net demand deposits, which are merely a
comparable with prior figures.
Claesification of investments. The statistics of measure of demand deposits subject to reserve
investments are substantially comparable for the requirements. Demand deposits adjusted are
entire period. Investments have been classified all demand deposits other than those of other
into "United States Government obligations" banks and the United States Government, less
and "other securities" throughout the reporting cash items reported in the process of collection
period, and changes in classification have merely (so-called "float"). The components of this item
provided additional information on the holdings appear in the table. The manner of computing
of United States Government obligations. In the net demand deposits is described in Section 2,
page 65.
earliest years holdings of various types of United
No figures were reported for interbank balStates Government securities were reported; ances and deposits prior to April 1920 and from
publication of this detail was discontinued in April 1920 to January 1927, as shown in the
the early part of 1926 arid the details are not column headings of the tables, data were obtained
included in these tables. In October 1933 the only -from the weekly reporting banks in the
first obligations of Government corporations twelve Federal Reserve Bank cities. The series
and credit agencies fully guaranteed by the
* Holdings
guaranteed
States
United States were issued, and beginning in Sep- interest only, of securitiessmall amount by the United 1933 and as to
of which a
was issued in
early
tember 1934 securities fully guaranteed by the 1934 (see footnote 1, p. 507), were included in "other securities"
except for the month of September 1934, when they were included
United States were reported separately from with fully guaranteed obligations.




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as here presented, however, embodies considerable revision of the statistics originally published.
Early in 1927 the asset item "balances with
domestic banks" and the liability item "interbank deposits" were added to reports from all
reporting banks, and beginning with September
1934 interbank deposits were segregated into deposits credited to domestic banks and branches
and to foreign banks and branches, respectively.
Prior to 1936 banks were expected, in reporting balances with domestic banks, to exclude
time balances with domestic banks and all
balances with foreign and private banks, but
some such balances probably were included. The
amount of time balances with domestic banks
and time and demand balances with private
banks thus excluded was reported as approximately 38 million dollars on December 31, 1935.
Beginning with 1936 the figures have included
both time and demand balances due from all
banks in the United States and from United
States branches of foreign banks (but not balances due from foreign branches of United States
banks).
Before September 1934, the figures of "borrowings at Federal Reserve Banks" and "reserves
with Federal Reserve Banks" were supplied by
the Federal Reserve Banks from their books.
With the adoption of a balance sheet form of
report, borrowings and reserve balances have
been reported by the member banks themselves;
borrowings thus reported include those from
other lenders as well as from the Reserve Banks.
Revisions of back figures. So far as possible,
the back figures have been revised to make a
consistent and complete series for the period as
a whole. From time to time revisions have been
made in data originally published in order to
correct inaccuracies discovered after publication,
to improve the form in which the data were
presented, or to put back figures on a basis
comparable with current series. The extent of




such changes may be determined, if desired, by
reference to the original figures published each
month in the Federal Reserve Bulletin; the exact
nature of the changes will be difficult to discover, however, because some items have been revised more than once since their original publication.
Since 1923 member banks have reported their
loans grosSj that is, including all paper rediscounted with Federal Reserve and other banks;
before that time they reported net figures. In
these tables the net figures have been adjusted
to an approximate gross basis by adding the
amount of loans rediscounted by the weekly
reporting member banks with their Federal Reserve Banks (as shown by the books of the Federal Reserve Banks).
The most important other revisions were made
in 1929. In that year the series for loans and
investments were revised back to the beginning
of 1919, principally (1) to eliminate from loans
the amount of acceptances and foreign bills of
exchange sold with endorsement, and (2) to make
adjustments for incorrect reporting by some
banks of certain types of real estate loans as investments instead of as loans. The first change
was made upon decision that the liability of
reporting banks on such acceptances and bills did
not properly constitute rediscounts (borrowings)
and that, consequently, such acceptances and bills
should have been excluded from gross loans and
discounts.5 Further details concerning these and
other revisions made in 1929 appear in the Federal Resefve Bulletin for January 1929, page 6.
Weekly reporting member bank cities, 19191941. The following tabulation lists the cities
in which weekly reporting member banks are
located, by Federal Reserve districts. The tabulation includes not only the cities now making
up the list of 101 reporting cities but the changes
which have taken-place in this list since 1919.
5

See in this connection the introductory text to Section 2, p. 67.

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District No. 1:
Boston, Mass.
Hartford, Conn.
New Haven, Conn.
Providence, R. I.
Springfield, Mass.
Worcester, Mass."'
District No. 2:
Albany, N. Y.
Bridgeport, Conn.
"Brooklyn, N, Y.b
Buffalo, N. Y.
Jersey City, N. J.
Newark, N. J,
New York, N. Y.b
Rochester, N. Y.
Syracuse, N. Y.
District No. 3:
Camden, N. J.
Philadelphia, Pa.
Scranton, Pa.
Wilmington, Del.
District No. 4:
Akron, Ohio c
Canton, Ohio
Cincinnati, Ohio
Cleveland, Ohio
Columbus, Ohio
Dayton, Ohio
Erie, Pa.
Lexington, Ky.d
Pittsburgh, Pa.
Toledo, Ohio
*Youngstown, Ohio'
District No. 5:
Baltimore, Md.
Charleston, S. C,
Charleston, W. Va.
Charlotte, N. C.

Columbia, S. C.
Huntington, W. Va.
Lynchburg, Va.
Norfolk, Va.
*Raleigh, N. C.e
Roanoke, Va.
Richmond, Va.
Washington, D. C.
"Wilmington, N. C.f
Winston-Salem, N. C.e
District No. 6:
Atlanta, Ga.
Birmingham, Ala.
Chattanooga, Tenn.
Jacksonville, Fla.
*Knoxville, Tenn.h
Mobile, Ala.'1
Nashville, Tenn.
New Orleans, La.
Savannah, Ga.
District No. 7:
Cedar Rapids, Iowa
Chicago, 111.
Des Moines, Iowa
Detroit, Mich. J
*Dubuque, Iowa
Flint, Mich."
Fort Wayne, Ind.k
Grand Rapids, Mich.
Indianapolis, Ind.
Joliet, 111.
Milwaukee, Wis.
Peoria, 111.
Sioux City, Iowa
District No. 8:
Evansville, Ind.
Little Rock, Ark.
Louisville, Ky.
Memphis, Tenn.
St. Louis, Mo.

* No longer included in list of 101 cities.
a
Worcester was added to the 90-cities interim series in January
1934 to compensate for the withdrawal from membership of a
reporting bank in Providence. When the 101-cities series was
restored in November 1935, Worcester was kept in this series.
b
The Borough of Brooklyn was counted separately in the original
list of 96; cities, but it is now treated .as a part of New York City.
There is "now only one reporting member bank in Brooklyn and :
because it has a branch in the Borough of Manhattan, it is a
central reserve city bank, the same as banks located in the
Borough of Manhattan. Other reporting member banks in New
York City are all located in Manhattan.
c
Akron was substituted for Youngstown in May 1932 because of
bank suspensions in Youngstown.
d
Added in March 1918 to the original list of 96 cities.
* Raleigh was dropped from the list in December 1931 following
the suspension of the remaining reporting member bank.
f Wilmington was dropped from the list in November 1929 because the remaining reporting member bank was absorbed by a
nonmember bank.
s Winston-Salem was added to the list in April 1930 in order to
compensate for withdrawals from membership, absorptions of reporting member banks by nonmember banks, and suspensions of




District No. 9:
Duluth, Minn. d
Fargo, N. Dak.
Great Falls, Mont.d
Helena, Mont.d
La Crosse, Wis.d
Minneapolis, Minn.
St. Paul, Minn.
Sioux Falls, S. Dak"
District No. 10:
Denver, Colo.
Kansas City, Kans.
Kansas City, Mo.
Lincoln, Nebr.
Muskogee, Okla.
Oklahoma City, Okla.
Omaha, Nebr.
Pueblo, Colo.
St. Joseph, Mo.
Topeka, Kans.
Tulsa, Okla.
Wichita, Kans.
District No. 11:
Austin, Tex.1
Dallas, Tex.
El Paso, Tex.
Fort Worth, Tex.
Galveston, Tex.
Houston, Tex.
San Antonio, Tex.
Shreveport, La.
Waco, Tex.
District No. 12:
Los Angeles, Calif.
*0akland, Calif.m
*0gden, Utah"
Portland, Ore.
Salt Lake City, Utah
San Francisco, Calif.
Seattle, Wash.
Spokane, Wash.
Tacoma, Wash.

reporting member banks, during preceding months, in the cities of
Baltimore, Columbia, Wilmington, and Raleigh.
11
Mobile was substituted for Knoxville in December 1931 because
of a bank suspension.
i Dubuque was dropped from the list in July 1932 because of a
bank suspension, and an additional reporting bank in Peoria was
added.
k
Flint and Fort Wayne were added in April 1930 to compensate
for a bank in Chicago which had withdrawn from membership.
1
Austin was added to the list in November 1931 to compensate
for a bank suspension in San Antonio.
m
Oakland was dropped from the list in March 1933 because the
reporting member bank in that city was absorbed by a nonmember
bank.
n
Ogden was dropped from the list in March 1930 to compensate for the absorption of a large nonmember bank by a weekly
reporting member bank in Oakland.
NOTE.—The following cities were excluded from the interim
series which was published May 1933-November 1935 (following the banking holiday) but were restored to the 101-cities
series when it was reestablished in November 1935 and carried
back to March 1933: Cleveland, Ohio; Akron, Ohio; Baltimore,
Maryland; Columbia, South Carolina; New Orleans, Louisiana;
Detroit, Michigan; Flint, Michigan; Fort Wayne, Indiana; Joliet,
Illinois; Little Rock, Arkansas.

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BANKING AND MONETARY STATISTICS
NO. 48-WEEKLY REPORTING MEMBER BANKS IN IS! LEADING CITIES-PRINCIPAL ASSETS AND
LIABILITIES, WEEKLY AND MONTHLY, 1919-1941
[Friday figures through April 1921; Wednesday figures thereafter.
Loans

Date or month

Jan. 3
Jan. 10
Jan. 17
Jan 24
Jan. 31

1919

Total
loans
and
investments

Total

On
securities

In millions of dollars]

Investments

All
other

Total

InterBalances
with
bank BorrowReU.S.
serves Cash domestic Net
U.S. deposits ings
Govern- Other
with
in
banks demand Time Governat
(12
ment secu- Federal vault
(12
deposits deposits ment Reserve Federal
direct rities Reserve
deposits Bank Reserve
Reserve
obligaBaaks
Bank
cities Banks
tions
cities
only)
only)

14,214
14,155
-_.- 14,326
14,212
14,234

10,016
9,959
9,937
9,859
9,854

4,198
4,196
4,389
4,353
4,380

2,388
2,387 '
2,580
2,545
2,573

1,810
1,809
1,809
1,808
1,807

1,296
1,296
1,299
1,276
1,307

429
412
387
368
354

10,152
10,074
10,087
10,003
9,959

1,580
1,583
1,633
1,616
1,640

432
499
659
489
694

1,438
1,327
1,214
1,359
1,191

14,094
_ _ . . 14,399
14,197
14,538

9,796
S.838
9,677
9,751

4,298
4,561
4,521
4,787

2.4S1
2,755
2,716
2,983

1,807
1,806
1,805
1,804

1,225
1,255
1,225
1,253

353
361
337
338

9,794
9,519
9,952
9,995

1,644
1,652
1,662
1,674

582
645
553
680

1,307
,416
,402
,474

,,..

Feb.
Feb.
Feb
Feb.

7
14
21
28

Mar.
Mar
Mar,
Mar.

7
14
21
28

_ — 14,479
14,843
— 14,655
..— 14,536

9,718
9,832
9,873
9,879

4,762
5,011
4,782
4,657

2,959
3,208
2,980
2,854

1,803
1,803
1,803
1,803

1,262
1,298
1,236
1,245

346
349
348
350

10,043
10,318
10,066
10,061

,675
,697
,703
,712

546
670
690
609

,481
,466
.425
,423

Apr
Apr.
Apr
Apr.

4
11
18
25

14,409
.... 14,717
14,678
_ — 14,632

9,824
9,863
9,864
9,831

4,585
4,854
4,813
4,801

2,782
3,051
3,011
2,998

1,803
1,803
1,803
1,803

1,268
1,252
1,276
1,288

350
356
350
353

10,104
10,054
10,193
10,217

,720
,726
,742
,746

453
724
653
526

,417
,504
,441
,410

May 2
May 9
May 16
Mav23
May 29

.. — . 14,973
14,944
__.. 14,980
14,882
... _ 14,903

9,880
9,911
9,981
10,145
10,216

5,093
5,033
4,999
4,737
4,687

3,292
3,232
3,198
2,936
2,886

1,801
1,801
1,801
1,801
1,801

1,273
1,300
1,318
1,298
1,286

347
361
361
359
345

10,330
10,494
10,579
10,378
10,450

,748
,770
,747
,744
,758

728
551
435
628
541

,488
,499
,560
,453
,486

6
_____-„_ 13...——
20...— —
27. .

15,247
15,266
14,837
14,725

10,552
10,688
10,675
10,710

4,694
4,578
4,163
4,015

2,893
2,777
2,362
2,214

1,801
1,801
1,801
1,801

1,304
1,258
1,269
1,323

369
374
359
352

10,382
10,594
10,328
10,293

,755
,758
,764
,785

1,181
946
823
783

,335
,384
,363
.351

July3
July 11
_ _
July 18— — —
July 25
__-

14,885
14,907
14,891
14,770

10,797
10,849
10,824
10,755

4,088
4,059
4,067
4,015

2,281
2,242
2,242
2,182

1,808
1,816
1,825
1,833

1,269
1,335
1,301
1,318

343
384
365
356

10,519
10,654
10,723
10,550

,786
,791
,795
,818

601
516
413
405

,449
,509
,419
,441

—
~ 15,184
. _... 15,156
15,318
- 15,353
— — 15,306

10,931
10,881
10,991
11,040
11,024

4,253
4,275
4,327
4,313
4,282

2,411
2,426
2,468
2,445
2,406

1,842
1,850
1,859
1,867
1,876

1,354
1,353
1,361
1,287
1,326

339
351
347
351
346

10,784
10,752
10,886
10,802
10,810

,890
,911
,925
,929
,951

517
551
625
573
524

,430
,427
,327
,377
,411

_ — 15,581
15,508
15,692
-.-- 15,727

11,117
11,266
11,434
11,551

4,464
4,242
4,258
4,176

2,582
2 351
2,358
2,268

1,882
1,891
1,899
1,908

1,342
1,383
1,249
1,333

365
369
358
350

10,909
11,228
10,980
10,846

1,950
1,956
2,006
2,022

686
505
771
692

,445
,350
,261
,476

Oct.
Oct.
Oct
Oct.
Oct.

3_ — _. - 15,867
10
— 15,994
17
----- 15,973
24..
_— 16,054
31
— 16,165

11,727
11,865
11.879
11,953
12,082

4,139
4,129
4,094
4,101
4,084

2,223
2,204
2,161
2,159
2,133

1,916
1,925
1,934
1,942
1,951

1,363
1,370
1,396
1,382
1,403

354
371
368
375
359

11,026
11,070
11,161
11.187
11,292

2,031
2,052
2,066
2,202
2,222

604
612
483
439
355

,594
,649
,704
,655
,698

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

7
—
14
....
21.___
—28... — ......

16,232
16,140
16,193
16,206

12,207
12,138
12,198
12,229

4,025
4,002
3,995
3,977

2,067
2,036
2,025
2,005

1,958
1,967
,970
,972

1,462
1,417
1,409
1,415

383
382
386
385

11,291
11,362
11.350
11,345

2,237
2,252
2,316
2,316

331
286
232
183 „„._ —

,778
,734
,734
,813

Dec.
Dec.
Dec
Dec.

5
—
12
....
19
26- _ — ...

16,229
16,293
16.457
16,570

12,208
12,345
12,467
12,629

7,546
7,644
7,759
7,890

4,021
3,948
3,990
3,941

2,044
1,968
2,007
1,954

,977
,980
.983
,986

1,406
1,402
1,317
1,347

396
394
404
430

11,211
11,411
11,202
11,181

2,299
2,312
2,321
2,330

415
296
648
580

,725
,761
,638
,833

14,228
14,307
14,628
14,609
14,936
15,019
14,863
15,264
September _«,..,, 15,627
October
... 16,011
November. ...... 16,193
December
_ - _ 16,387

9,925
9,765
9,825
9,846
10,026
10,656
10,806
10*973
11,342
11,901
12,193
12,412

7,710

,303
,542
,803
,763
,910
,363
4,057
4,290
4,285
4,110
4,000
3,975

2,495
2,736
3,000
2,960
3,109
2,562
2,237
2,431
2,390
2,176
2,033
1,993

,809
,805
,803
,803
,801
,801
,820
,859
,895
,934
,967
,981

1,295
1,240
1,260
1,271
1,295
1,288
1,306
1,336
1,327
1,383
1,426
1,368

390
347
348
352
355
363
362
347
361
365
384
406

10,055
9,915
10,122
10,142
10,446
10,400
10,611
10,807
10,991
11,147
11,337
11,251

1,612
1,658
1,697
1,734
1,753
1,765
1,797
1.921
1,984
2,114
2,280
2,316

,306
555
,400
615
,449
629
,443
589
,497
577
,361
933
,454
484
,395
558
,383
664
,660
499
258 ..._..... 1,765
1,739
485

June
June
June
June

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

1
8
15
22
29

Sept
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.

5
12 „
19
26 -

Monthly averages:
January
February
..
March
April
Mav
June
- .-July




4,662
4,701
4,708
4,739

4.703

REPORTING MEMBER BANKS

133

NO. 48-WEEKLY REPORTING MEMBER BANKS IN 101 LEADING CITIES-PRINCIPAL ASSETS AND
LIABILITIES, WEEKLY AND MONTHLY, 1919-1941-Continued
[Friday figures through April 1921; Wednesday figures thereafter.

In millions of dollars]

Investments

Loans

Total

On
securities

All
other

InterBalances
bank
with
Reserves Cash domestic Net
U.S.
U.S. deposits
Govern- Other
in
banks demand Time Governwith
(12
ment secu- Federal vault
deposits deposits ment Reserve
02
Total direct rities Reserve
deposits Bank
Reserve
Bank
obligacities
Banks
tions
cities
only)
only)

16,606
16,745
16,719
16,693
16,644

12,600
12,707
12,786
12,818
12,803

4,803
4,755
4,747
4,723
4,655

7,797
7,952
8,038
8,095
8,149

4,006
4,038
3,934
3,874
3,841

2,026
2,060
1,958
1,901
1,870

,980
,978
,976
,973
,971

,442
,407
,474
,425
,406

431
411
377
373
358

11,600
11,541
11,731
11,545
11,486

2,359
2,435
2,491
2,503
2,497

629
634
423
344
309

1,871
1,729
1,757
1-.824
1,834

Feb. 6
Feb. 13
Feb. 20
Feb. 27

16,626
16,654
16,615
16,711

12,822
12,891
12,862
12,977

4,601
4,514
4,444
4,456

8,221
8,377
8,417
8,521

3,804
3,763
3,753
3,734

1,836
1,797
1,789
1,772

,968
,966
,964
,962

,417
,398
,399
,409

347
383
370
370

11,488
11,562
11,428
11,468

2,520
2,526
2,540
2,549

205
157
59
42

1,895
1,983
2,057
2,143

Mar
Mar.
Mar
Mar.

5
12
19
26

16,781
16,950
16,822
16,860

13,084
13,272
13,281
13,333

4,466
4,454
4,441
4,457

8,619
8,817
8,840
8,876

3,697
3,678
3,541
3,527

1,737
1,721
1,585
1,573

,960
,958
,956
,954

,404
,437
,390
,414

374
369
369
360

11,559
11,722
11,640
11,501

2,582
2,590
2,599
2,610

39
39
104
54

2,094
2,106
1,899
2,114

Apr.
Apr.
Apr.
Apr
Apr.

2
9
16
23
30

.._. 16,952
16,918
17,089
16,980
16,975

13,372
13,332
13,370
13,318
13,328

4,420
4,338
4,417
4,356
4,368

8,952
8,994
8,954
8,962
8,960

3,580
3,586
3,719
3,662
3,647

1,631
1,638
1,773
1,719
1,706

,950
,947
,945
,943
,941

,437
,398
,437
,414
,415

3PO
374
370
368
355

692
694
708
645
657

11,606
11,564
11,689
11,430
11,469

2,612
2,624
2,634
2,647
2,644

121
125
190
171
150

2,228
2,232
2,169
2,056
2,081

2,048
2,009
2,053
2,101
2,136

May
May
May
May

7
14
21
28

16,968
17,026
16,984
16,991

13,330
13,394
13,323
13,364

4,337
4,301
4,288
4,285

8,993
9,093
9,035
9,079

3,638
3,632
3,662
3,627

1,699
1,700
1,737
1,709

,939
,932
,925
,918

,374
,423
,411
,399

374
371
368
363

694
708
692
673

11,396
11,569
11,511
11,566

2,663
2,680
2,668
2,671

145
59
115
76,

2,152
2,104
2,092
2,039

2,092
2,128
2,059
2,060

June 4
June 11
June 18
June 25

16,971
16,971
16,966
- -- 16,977

13,356
13,386
13,458
13,503

4,263
4,243
4,247
4,241

9,094
9,142
9,211
9,262

3,615
3,586
3,508
3,474

1,705
1,683
1,613
1,586

,910
,902
,895
,888

,419
,428
,368
,394

385
374
366
358

694
689
713
650

11,541
11,603
11,519
11,352

2,693
2,696
2,709
2,717

53
52
268
263

2,120
2,052
2,126
2,027

2,092
2,054
1,833
1,646

July 2
July 9
July 16
July 23
July 30

16,931
16,907
16,938
16,924
16,905

13,529
13,528
13,490
13,489
13,497

4,250
4,200
4,155
4,149
4,149

9,279
9,329
9,335
9,340
9,348

3,402
3,378
3,449
3,435
3,408

1,523
1,499
1,569
1,555
1,528

,879
,879
,880
,880
,880

,446
,403
,422
,388
,369

358
394
368
361
355

689
689
714
666
649

11,493
11,468
11,559
11,432
11,406

2,725
2,724
2,723
2,740
2,731

108
44
122
142
115

2,146
2,181
2,140
2,078
2,009

2,056
2,051
1,990
1,953
1,973

Aug 6
Aug. 13
Aug 20
Aug. 27

16,854
16,873
16,927
16,975

13,481
13,508
13,513
13,569

4,092
4,070
4,074
4,111

9,389
9,438
9,440
9,457

3,373
3,365
3,414
3,407

1,493
1,485
1,534
1,526

,879
,880
,880
,880

,375
,392
,363
,372

360
355
352
358

646
661
639
637

11,319
11,387
11,252
11,257

2,747
2,752
2,749
2,770

74
67
145
124

2,051
2,020
2,000
1,950

2,022
2,050
2,086
2,128

Sept 3
Sept 10
Sept 17
Sept 24

16,973
16,969
17,102
17,185

13,580
13,644
13,710
13,831

4,110
4,115
4,104
4,114

9,469
9,529
9,606
9,717

3,393
3,324
3,392
3,354

1,513
1,444
1,511
1,473

,881
,881
,881
,881

,395
,389
,390
,362

350
375
370
358

652
670
705
676

11,247
11,365
11,386
11,166

2,793
2,796
2,806
2,812

62
30
331
315

2,033
2,073
2,072
1,991

2,202
2.142
1,972
2.151

Oct.
Oct.
Oct
Oct.
Oct.

17,189
17,234
17,329
17,148
17,062

13,896
13,942
13,994
13,857
13,792

4,157
4,136
4,194
4,128
4,162

9,739
9,806
9,800
9,729
9,630

3,294
3,292
3,335
3.291
3 270

1,414
1,412
1.455
1,410
1,390

1,880
1,880
1,880
1,881
1,881

1,344
1,385
1,422
1,333
1,365

351
376
381
377
367

686
661
732
663
629

11,235
11,217
11,478
11,246
11,177

2,819
2,821
2,833
2,840
2.830

275
247
188
152
81

2,046
2,058
2,165
2,004
1,910

2,165
2,250
2,249
2,204
2,244

Date or month

Jan. 2
Jan. 9
Jan. 16
Jan 23
Jan. 30

1920

Total
loans
and
investments

1
8
15
22
29

Borrowings
at
Federal
Reserve
Banks

Nov
Nov.
Nov
Nov

5
12
19
26

16,980
16,877
16,839
16,777

13,716
13,617
13,505
13,475

4,107
4,066
4,046
4,068

9,609
9,551
9,459
9,407

3,264
3,260
3,334
3,302

1,383
1,378
1,450
1,416

1,881
1,881
1,883
1,885

1.335
1,370
1,344
1,287

.387
384
378
388

655
653
641
619

11,099
11,127
10,997
10,897

2,842
2,835
2,811
2,836

45
30
173
88

1,953
1,915
1,883
1,890

2,278
2,228
2,119
2,174

Dec.
Dec
Dec
Dec.
Dec

3
10
17
24
31

16,675
16,627
16 848
16,737
16,795

13,408
13,375
13,470
13,403
13,484

4,059
4,069
4,113
4,123
4,193

9,349
9,306
9,357
9,280
9,291

3,267
3,251
3,379
3,334
3,311

1,380
1,363
1,488
1,441
1,416

1,887
1,889
1,891
1,893
1,895

1,332
1,330
1,297
1,334
1,358

376
376
381
356
355

593
569
603
578
599

10,842
10,871
10,819
10,659
10,947

2,847
2,834
2,815
2,814"
2,877

18
17
400
344
262

1,806
1,823
1,906
1,851
1,974

2,210
2,144
2,032
2,174
2,098

16,682
16,652
16,853
16,983
16,992
16,971
16,921
16,907
17,057
17,192
16,868
16.737

12,743
12,888
13,242
13,344
13,352
13,426
13,507
13,518
13,691
13,896
13,578
13,428

4,737
4,504
4,454
4,390
4,303
4,249
4,181
4,087
4,111
4,155
4,072
4,111

8,006
8,384
8.788
8,954
9,050
9,177
9,326
9,431
9,580
9,741
9,507
9,317

3,939
3,764
3,611
3,639
3,640
3,546
3,414
3,390
3,366
3,296
3,290
3,308

1,963
1,798
1,654
1 693
1,711
1,647
1,535
1,510
1,485
1,416
1,407
1,418

1,976
1,965
1,957
1,945
1,928
1,899
1,880
1,880
1,881
1,880
1,883
1,891

1,431
1,406
1,411
1,420
1.402
1,402
1,405
1,375
1,384
1,370
1,334
1,330

390
368
368
366
369
371
367
356
363
371
384
369

679
693
685
681
649
678
674
645
590

11,581
11,487
11,605
11,551
11,511
11,504
11,471
11,304
11,291
11,271
11,030
10,828

2,457
2,534
2,595
2,632
2,671
2,704
2,729
2,755
2,802
2,829
2,831
2,838

468
116
59
151
99
159
106
103
185
189
84
208

2,153
2,097
2,081
2,111
2,005
2,043
2,037
1,910
1,884

1,803
2.019
2,053
2,069
2,085
1,981
2,005
2,072
2.117
2,222
2,200
2,132

Monthly averages:
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December _ _ „ .,




134

BANKING AND MONETARY STATISTICS
NO. 4I--WEEKLY REPORTING MEMBER BANKS IN 101 LEADING CITIES-PRINCIPAL ASSETS AND
LIABILITIES, WEEKLY AND MONTHLY, 1919-1M1_CoJttinued
[Friday figures through April 1921; Wednesday figures thereafter. In millions of dollars]
Investments

Loans

Total
loans
.and
investments

All
other

InterBalances
bank Borrowwith
ReU.S. deposits ings
serves Cash domestic Net
U.S.
in
banks demand Time GovernGovern- Other with
at
(12
deposits deposits ment Reserve Federal
ment secu- Federal vault
T> (12
deposits Bank Reserve
Reserve
Total direct rities Reserve
Bank
cities Banks
Banks
obligations
only)
cities
only)

4,103
4,026
4,032
3,983

9,237
9,149
9,092
9,046

3,266
3,267
3,317
3,270

1,337
1,319
1,378
1,339

1,928
1,948
1,939
1,931

1,357
1,317
1,334
1,311

389
360
345
337

587
567
541
504

10,943
10,933
10,759
10,648

2,934
2,958
2,943
2,944

119
78
210
146

2,058
2,005
1,949
1,878

2,050
1,894
1,934
1,908

Total

On
securities

16,606
16,442
-- 16,441
16,299

13,340
13,175
13,124
13,029

Date or month

1921

Jan
Jan
Jan
Jan

7
j4
21
28

Feb
Feb
peb
Feb

4
11
ig
25

— ..— 16,269
16,155
16,134
-„---- 16.144

13,027
12,941
12,863
12,882

3,992
3,960
3,940
3,953

9,035
8,980
8,924
8,929

3,242
3,215
3,270
3,262

1,320
1,302
1,336
1,328

1,922
1,912
1,934
1,933

1,320
1,309
1,294
1,297

333
314
324
327

528
493
504
508

10,658
10,636
10,558
10,500

2,949
2,943
2,932
2,934

102
61
142
122

1,858
1,844
1,847
1,844

1,900
1,873
1,847
1,891

Mar
Ma'r
Mar
Mar.

4
11
18
25

--- 16,097
16,020
16,121
16,028
-

12,883
12,796
12,746
12,715

3,963
3,925
3,902
3,895

8,P20
8,871
8,843
8,820

3,214
3,224
3,375
3,313

1,293
1,285
1,422
1,367

1,921
1,939
1,953
1,946

1,279
1,302
1,252
1,260

328
330
321
315

521
499
508
466

10,523
10,540
10,381
10,191

2,945
2,935
2,951
2,957

91
41
348
329

1,878
1,816
1,800
1,682

1,832
1,854
1,719
1,764

Apr
Apr
Apr,
Apr
Apr

]
8
15
22
29

15,947
15,822
15,801
15,674
15,648

12,678
12,584
12,484
12,408
12,375

3,910
3,862
3,821
3,819
3,832

8,768
8,722
8,662
8,589
8,544

3,270
3,238
3,318
3,266
3,273

1,317
1,306
1,377
1,325
1,315

1,952
1,932
1,940
1,941
1,958

1,263
1,252
1,270
1,240
1,245

300
317
308
313
330

501
493
526
482
480

10,276
10,209
10,268
10,132
-10; 143

2,950
2,948
2,949
2,963
2,963

326
304
329
254
251

1,765
1,749
1,743
1,685
1,658

1,685
1,631
1,581
1,583
1,523

May
May
May
May

4
11
18
25

15,627
15,534
---- 15,492
15,390

12,382
12,325
12,226
12,157

3,856
3,839
3,841
3,835

8,526
8.486
8,386
8,322

3,245
3,209
3,266
3,233

1,288
1,282
1,320
1,287

1,958
1.927
1,946
1,946

1,261
1,258
1,254
1,252

327
340
326
326

500
489
542
515

10,219
10,257
10,161
10,158

2,966
2,972
3,070
3,078

210
168
248
139

1,730
1,727
1,685
1,657

1,533
1,506
1,314
1,329

June 15
June 29

15,343
15,234
15,474
15,393
15,376

12,126
12,018
12,019
12,004
12,014

3,861
3,802
3,803
3,774
3,783

8,266
8,215
8,216
8,230
8,230

3,217
3,216
3,455
3,389
3,362

1,259
1,237
1,489
1,429
1,398

1,958
1,979
1,967
1,960
1,964

1,258
1,281
1,443
1,255
1,241

318
337
318
319
327

530
511
555
517
501

10,281
10,218
10,389
9,994
10,051

2,961
2,956
2,968
2,9*4
2,958

74
26
411
462
387

1,694
1,679
1,771
1,619
1,632

1,385
1,358
1,168
1,208
1,215

July 6
jujy 13
July 20
July 27

15,239
15,094
------ 14,995
— — 14,934

11,949
11,866
11,807
11,790

3,760
3,732
3,747
3,721

8,189
8,134
8,060
8,069

3,290
3,229
3,188
3,144

1,339
1,293
1,251
1,215

1,950
1,935
1,938
1,929

1,251
1,247
1,227
1,238

341
337
319
316

494
477
467
461

10,035
10,091
10,034
10,007

2,946
2,928
2,930
2,930

325
278
124
95

1,719
1,681
1,680
1,656

1,250
1,154
1,151
1,113

-«•--- 15,084
14,992
-— - 14,887
14,287
14,804

11,802
11,723
11,670
11,627
11, 622

3,702
3,678
3,667
'3,664
3,640

8,100
8,044
8,003
7,963
7,982

3,292
3,270
3,217
3,200
3,182

1,379
1,358
1,307
1,283
1,269

1,913
1,912
1,909
1,918
1,913

1,219
1,200
1,216
1,210
1,218

305
310
299
301
290

459
458
460
441
457

9,920
9,900
9,943
9,899
9,973

2,922
2,924
2,925
2,930
2,950

390
381
242
197
167

1,667
1,668
1,651
1,613
1,659

1,079
997
979
967
956

14,772
14,846
14,988
15,002

11,614
11,695
11,676
11,705

3,634
3,673
3,680
3,681

7,980
8,022
7,996
8,024

3,158
3,151
3,312
3,297

1,246
1,250
1,427
1,388

1,911
1,901
1,885
1,910

1,236
1,229
1,189
1,242

308
310
301
305

477
493
487
474

9,987
10,136
9,838
9,871

2,939
2,942
2,941
2,950

140
130
549
547

1,662
1,683
1,607
1,643

980
908
861
875

1,372
1,362
1,286
1,278

1,950
1,948
1,978
1,939

1,216
1,244
1,255
1,269

301
310
305
301

493
513
522
489

9,931
10,067
10,253
10,197

2,981
2,967
2,986
2,991

532
481
140
81

1,726
1,735
1,756
1,679

880
900
829
807

Aug
Aug
Aug.
Aug
Aug

3
10
17
24
31

Sept 7

Sept 14

--

Sept 21
Sept 28

Oct
Oct
Oct
Oct

5
12
19
26

15,072
.- -- 15,046
14,876
14,774

11,750
11,737
11,612
11,557

3,718
3,726
3,712
3,714

8,032 1
8, O i l
7,901
7,843

3,322
3,309
3,264
3,217

Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov

2
9
16
23
30

14,894
14,855
14,831
14,797
14,810

11,535
11,524
11,491
11,447
11,472

3,724
3,716
3,707
3,712
3,744

7,811
7,808
7,784
7,735
7,728

3,359
3,331
3,339
3,350
3,338

1,423
1,389
1,383
1,399
1,403

1,936
1,9*2
1,957
1,951
1,934

1,248
1,239
1,269
1,268
1,268

290
309
303
307
296

520
491
527
492
488

10,185
10,180
10,241
10,196
10,275

3,013
3,008
3,028
3,034
3,023

258
264
214
163
128

1,777
1,736
1,752
1,662
1,731

767
752
702
709
683

Dec
Dec
Dec
Dec.

7
14
21
28

— 14,804
--- -- 14,831
14,908
14,825

11,452
11,443
11,428
11,359

3,713
3,772
3,789
3,786

7,739
7,670
7,639
7.673

3,352
3,388
3,479
3,465

1,414
1,429
1,509
1,494

1,938
1,960
1,970
1,971

1,242
1,246
1,308
1,267

315
329
341
340

474
508
493
493

10,213
10,344
10,253
10,179

3,015
3,005
2,992
3,023

115
115
292
257

1,705
1,718
1,699
1,704

683
664
743
698

13,167
12,928
12,785
12,506
12,272
12,036
11,853
11,689
11,672
11,664
11,494
11,420

4,036
3,961
3,921
3,849
3,842
3,805
3,740
3,670
3,667
3,717
3,721
3,765

9,131
8,967
8,864
8,657
8,430
8,232
8.113
8,018
8,005
7,947
7,773
7,655

3,280
3,247
3,281
3,273
3,238
3,328
3,213
3,232
3,229
3,278
3,343
3,421

1,343
1,322
1,342
1,328
1,294
1,362
1,274
1,319
1,328
1,324
1,399
1,462

1,937
1,925
1,940
1,945
1,944
1,966
1,938
1,913
1,902
1,954
1,944
1,960

1,330
1,305
1,273
1,254
1,256
1,296
1,241
1,212
1,224
1,246
1,258
1,266

358
325
324
314
330
324
328
301
306
304
301
331

550
509
498
496
512
523
475
455
483
504
504
492

10,821
10,588
10,409
10,206
10,199
10,187
10,042
9,927
9,958
10,112
10,215
10,247

2,945
2,939
2,947
2,955
3,022
2,957
2,934
2,930
2,943
2,981
3,021
3,009

138
107 1
202
293
191
272
206
276
342
308
205
195

1,973
1,848
1,794
1,720
1,700
1,679
1,684
1,652
1,649
1,724
1,732
1,707

1,947
1,878
1,792
1,601
1,421
1,267
1,167
996
906
854
723
697

Monthly averages:
January
February
March
. April
May
June
,
July
A Uff U9t

September
October
December




16,447
16,176
16,066
15,778
15,511
15,364
15,065
14,921
14,902
14,942
14,837
14,842

t

REPORTING MEMBER BANKS

135

NO. 48-WEEKLY REPORTING MEMBER BANKS IN 101 LEADING CITIES-PRINCIPAL ASSETS AND
LIABILITIES, WEEKLY AND MONTHLY, 1919-1941-Continued
[Wednesday figures. In millions of dollars]
Loans

Investments

Total

On
securities

All
other

Total

U.S.
Govern
ment
direct
obligations

14,816
14,726
14,656
14,579

11,349
11,249
11,158
11,062

3,791
3,736
3,685
3,633

7,558
7,513
7,473
7,428

3,467
3,477
3,498
3,517

1,494
1,504
1,526
1,528

1,973
1,973
1,972
1,989

1,314
1,325
1,267
1,250

327
316
288
278

537
499
498
476

10,421
10,432
10,337
10,276

3,036
3,044
3,043
3,046

257
239
186
118

1,853
1,834
1,809
1,776

647
531
468
409

Feb. 1
Feb 8
Feb. 15
Feb. 21

14,753
14,685
14,729
14,587

11,020
11,015
11,072
10,993

3,671
3,681
3,676
3,636

7.349
7,335
7,397
7,357

3,733
3,670
3,656
3,59.3

1,762
1,700
1,687
1,629

1,971
1,969
1,969
1.966

1,285
1,308
1,333
1,269

266
27S
270
270

516
456
544
490

10,303
10,241
10,326
10,250

3,004
3,029
3,087
3,116

350
450
423
301

1,927
1,812
1,919
1,820

400
395
378
321

Mar. 1
Mar. 8
Mar. 15
Mar. 22
Mar. 29

14,590
14,572
14,682
14,650
14,589

11,060
11,038
11,051
11,035
10,984

3,665
3,638
3,653
3,6373,610

7,394
7,400
7,398
7,398
7,374

3,531
3,533
3,631
3,615
3,605

1,584
1,596
1,686
1,657
1,635

1,947
1,938
1,945
1,958
1,970

1,314
1,304
1,423
1,257
1,293

263
277
266
271
276

502
508
509
477
466

10,354
10,339
10,603
10,343
10,314

3,109
3,130
3,139
3,158
3,156

280
278
241
224
199

1,924
1,931
1,970
1,835
1,802

318
255
226
252
268

Apr 5
Apr. 12
Apr 19
Apr. 26

14,621
14,624
14,749
14,756

11,020
11,003
10,992
10,992

3,637
3,597
3,683
3,712

7,383
7,406
7,309
7,280

3,601
3,622
3,757
3,764

1,624
1,643
1,744
1,752

1,977
1,978
2,013
2,011

1,314
1,312
1,344
1,325

273
284
280
278

496
511
483
507

10,461
10,570
10,634
10,681

3,146
3,163
3,198
3,209

158
143
243
208

1,916
1.891
1,899
1,886

267
223
210
159

May 3
May 10
May 17
May 24
May 31

14,840
14,907
14,979
15,040
15,074

11,014
11,023
11,063
11,070
11,053

3,744
3,751
3,848
3,869
3,914

7,270
7,272
7,214
7,201
7,140

3,825
3,884
3,916
3,970
4,020

1,787
1,819
1,822
1,858
1,860

2,038
2,064
2,094
2,112
2,161

1,353
1,390
1,394
1,403
1,364

277
281
271
281
280

506
500
501
495
493

10,773
10,834
10,973
10,958
11,054

3,223
3,268
3,238
3,268
3,257

189
180
145
132
132

1,944
1,954
1,943
1,913
1,983

180
150
151
166
157

June 7
June 14
June 21
June 28
JulyS
July 12
July 19
July 26

- 15.167

15,258
15,309
15,233

11,036
11,093
11,034
10,932

3,923
3,943
3,909
3,859

7,113
7,150
7,124
7,074

4,131
4,165
4,275
4,301

1,986
2,022
2,105
2,126

2,145
2,143
2,170
2,176

1,398
1,393
1,386
1,440

282
284
277
278

519
539
517
501

11,021
11,203
11,197
11,129

3,331
3,307
3,354
3,405

288
250
178
124

1,994
1,991
1,948
1,911

117
116
123
165

15,285
15,256
15,242
15,234

10,992
10,992
10,961
10,892

3,946
3,916
3,890
3,829

7,047
7,076
7,071
7,064

4,292
4,264
4,282
4,342

2,115
2,106
2,133
2,151

2,177
2,158
2.149
2.191

1,401
1,438
1,432
1,386

296
298
284
275

544
579
536
503

11,093
11,204
11,106
11,048

3,496
3,508
3,512
3,540

121
110
100
99

2,034
2,047
1,976
1,951

206
142
158
98

2
9
16
23
30

15,401
15,378
15,387
15,361
•15,339

10,959
10,948
10,964
10,921
10,916

3,871
3,862
3,880
. 3,846
3.849

7,089
7,087
7,083
7,075
7,067

4,442
4,429
4,423
4,440
4,422

2,282
2,270
2,241
2,271
2,280

2,160
2,159
2,183
2,168
2,143

1,404
1,352
1,360
1,357
1,378

270
276
263
269
274

521
521
524
508
510

11,139
10,985
11,018
10,945
10,947

3,532
3,594
3,613
3,613
3.624

197
199
177
179
178

1,998
1,958
1,932
1,892
1,895

117
105

Sept. 6
Sept. 13
Sept 20
Sept. 27

15,378
15,421
15,485
15,499

10 976
11,051
11,095
11,144

3,845
3,900
3,930
,3,959

7,131
7,152
7,165
7,184

4,402
4,370
4,389
4,355

2,274
2;264
2.288
2,244

2,128
2,106
2,101
2,111

1,369
1,363
1,339
1,358

283
291
283
281

543
557
523
513

10,998
11,149
11,066
11,090

3,628
3,589
3,600
3,598

178
158
148
146

1,949
1,981
1,941
1,908

137
121
164
159

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

4
11
18
25

15,555
15,608
15,930
15,835

11,212
11,279
11,466
11,410

3,991
3,984
4.154
4.112

7,221
7,295
7,312
7,298

4,343
4,328
4,464
4,425

2,240
2,214
2.358
2,326

2,103
2,114
2,106
2,099

1,397
1,440
1,465
1,346

282
300
296
289

548
568
598
553

11,173
11,262
11,311
11,167

3,610
3,605
3,629
3,653

126
100,
303
260

2,032
2,029
2,056
1,«34

182,
278
274 '
227

Nov. 1
Nov. 8
Nov. 15
Nov. 22
Nov. 29

15,859
15,834
15,819
15,764
15,806

11,439
11,429
11,397
11,354
11.383

4,155
4,102
4,098
4,069
4,094

7,284
7,328
7,299
7,285
7,289

4,420
4,405
4.422
4,410
4,424

2,311
2,308
2,314
2,308
2,319

2,109
2,097
2,108
2,102
2,105

1,400
1,370
1,392
1,376
1,356

278
316
294
294
286

545
559
591
551
527

11,193
11,138
11,132
11,044
11,099

3,667
3,673
3,677
3,684
3,673

222
201
190
172
171

1,950
1,939
1,975
1,857
1,923

341
396
403
360
382

Dec. 6 Dec. 13
Dec. 20
Dec. 27
.

15,831
15,835
16,161
16,197

11,413
11,424
11,448
11,495

4,121
4,089
4,110
4,173

7,291
7,335
7,338
7,322

4,418
4,410
4,714
4,702

2,313
2,296
2,587
2,574

2,105
2,114
2,127
2,128

1,392
1,360
1,385
1,394

309
320
345
358

531
532
537
552

11,015
11,117
11,191
11,260

3,720
3,716
3,712
3,733

163
151
511
471

1,878
1,856
1,951
1,991

450
397
351
370

14,694
14,688
14,617
14,688
14,968
15,242
15,254
15,373
15,446
15,732
15,816
16.006

11,204
11,025
11,034
11,002
11,045
11,024
10,959
10,942
11,066
11,342
11,400
11,445

3,711
3,666
3,641
3,657
3,825
3,909
3,895
3,862
3,908
4,060
4,103
4,123

7,493
7,359
7,393
7,345
7,219
7,115
7,064
7,080
7,158
7,282
7,297
7,322

3,490
3,663
3,583
3,686
3,923
4,218
4,295
4,431
4,379
4,390
4,416
4,561

1,513
1,695
1,632
1.691
1,829
2,060
2,126
2,269
2,268
2,284
2,312
2,442

1,977
1,969
1,951
1,995
2,094
2,158
2,169
2,163
2,111
2,106
2,104
2,119

1,289
1,299
1,318
1,324
1,381
1,405
1,414
1,370
1,357
1,412
1,379
1,383

302
271
271
279
278
280
288
271
285
292
294
333

503
502
492
499
499
519
541
517
534
567
555
538 '

10,367
10,280
10,391
10,587
10,919
11,138
11,113
11,007
11,076
11,228
11,121
11,146

3,042
3,059
3,138
3,179
3,251
3,349
3,514
3,595
3,604
3,624
3,675
3,720

213
381
244
188
156
210
108
186
158
197
191
324

1,818
1,870
1,892
1,8Q8
1,947
1,961
2,003
1,035
1,945
2,015
1,929
1,917

514
374
264
215
161
130
151
115
145
240
376
392

Date or month

Jan 4
Jan. 11
Jan 18
Jan 25

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

1922

Monthly averages:
January.*
February
March
April
May
June
July
August ,

September
October
November.
December „,




Total
loans
and.
investments

Balances
Interwith
Rebank Borrowserves Cash domestic Net
U.S. deposits ings
Other
in
with
banks demand Time Governat
(12
secu- Federal vault
deposits deposits ment Reserve Federal
(12
rities Reserve
Reserve
deposits Bank Reserve
Bank
Banks
cities Banks
cities
only)
only)

no
117
127

136

BANKING AND MONETARY STATISTICS
NO, 48-WEEKLY REPORTING MEMBER BANKS IN 101 LEADING CITIES-PRINCIPAL ASSETS AND
LIABILITIES, WEEKLY AND MONTHLY, UU-WI-Continued
[Wednesday figures. In millions of dollars]
Investments

Loans

Date or month

Total
loans
and
investments

Total

On
securities

All
other

InterBalances
with
Rebank
serves Cash domestic Net
U.S.
U.S. deposits
Govern- Other with
banks demand Time Govern
(12
in
(12
deposits deposits ment Reserve
ment secu- Federal vault
Reserve
Total direct rities Reserve
deposits Bank
Bank
obligacities
Banka
cities
tions
only)
only)

Borrowings
at
Federal
Reserve
Banks

Jan.
Jan
Jan.
Jan,
Jan

1923
16,293
3
16,124
10
17
..._ 16,321
24 ....._...... 16,192
16,234
31

11,684
11,563
11,579
11,470
11,504

4,324
4,200
4,218
4,119
4,108

7,360
7,363
7,361
7,351
7,396

4,608
4,562
4,742
4,722
4,730

2,528
2,520
2,691
2,668
2,660

2,080
2,042
2,052
2,054
2,070

1,455
1,470
1,431
1,440
1,441

326
317
290
288
275

606
592
579
530
520

11,532
11,601
11,605
11,524
11,542

3,771
3,738
2,758
3,738
3,752

351
186
299
181
150

2,148
2,198
2,183
2,064
2,061

390
289
296
359'
379

Feb.
Feb
Feb
Feb.

7
14
21
28

16,184
16,242
, .. 16,206
.._— 16,272

11,505
11,576
11,599
11,707

4,055
4,109
4,122
4, ISO

7,450
7,466
7,476
7,517

4,678
4,666
4,608
4,564

2,642
2,631
2,583
2.534

2,037
2,035
2,025
2,030

1,427
1,481
1,422
1,405

284
287
289
277

499
546
503
529

11,490
11,617
11,451
11,530

3,745
3,750
3,795
3,798

134
114
99
100

2,052
2,057
2,009
2,162

357
446
417
386

Mar.
Mar
Mar.
Mar

7 - .... _ — 16,279
16,317
14
21
„... 16,436
16.438
28

11,707
11,796
11,823
11,857

4,100
4,091
4,133
4,141

7,607
7,705
7,690
7,717

4,572
4,522
4,613
4,580

2,546
2,519
2,613
2,579

2,026
2,002
2,000
2,001

1,400
1 440
•1,385
1,392

285
289
276
283

507
514
494
481

11,390
11,469
11,189
11,087

3,879
3,914
3,946
3,971

100
109
326
337

2,122
2,060
1,974
1,949

372
406
416
475

Apr
Apr.
Apr
Apr.

4
11 .
18
25

16,508
...... 16,439
16,414
.... 16,409

11,958
11,903
11,899
11,917

4,212
4,148
4,164
4,168

7,746
7,755
7,735
7,748

4,551
4,536
4,515
4,492

2,559
2,541
2,522
2,505

1,991
1,995
1,993
1.987

1,404
1,384
1,435
1,365

283
289
279
281

518
516
527
484

11,217
11,256
11,223
11,161

3,982
3,974
3,990
4,012

337
336
300
266

2,068
2,007
1,974
1,904

469
396
412
402

May
May
May
May
May

2
9
16
23
29,

16,505
16,428
16,575
16,496
16,428

12,072
12,008
12,024
11,978
11,926

4,310
4,222
4,209
4,180
4,180

7,762
7,786
7,815
7,798
7,746

4,433
4,420
4,552
4,518
4,502

2,454
2,459
2,584
2,557
2,524

,979
,961
.967
,962
,978

1,409
1,399
1,423
1,429
1,383

276
288
273
283
282

520
489
525
491
500

11,289
11,198
11,224
11,220
11,177

4,020
3,993
3,990
4,011
4,028

251
240
416
2S2
192

1,990
1,925
1,897
1,870
1,862

486
449
445
436
459

16,404
16,409
„ „ _ _ 16,418
..-_ - 16,480

11,895
11,910
11,877
11,937

4,181
4,157
4,120
4,169

7,715
7,753
7,758
7,768

4,508
4,499
4,541
4,542

2,544
2,541
2,575
2,559

,965
,958
,965
,S83

1,403
1,417
1,354
1,387

293
290
279
282

502
512
491
473

11,175
11,323
11,097
11,107

4,023
4,015
4,020
4,024

147
147
256
256

1,878
1,880
1,829
1,822

471
441
462
491

...____
......
___.
.........

June 6
June 20
June 27
July
July
July
July

3
.....
11
--I8..__... — —
25
- -

16,564
16,435
16,341
16,277

12,044
11,945
11,853
11,805

4,249
4,172
4,096
4,085

7,796
7,773
7,757
7,720

4,519
4,490
4,488
4,472

2,535
2,517
2,489
2,465

1,984
1,973
1,998
2,007

1,438
1,421
1,396
1,353

285
307
285
283

541
504
497
461

11,257
11,235
11,167
11,082

4,036
3,993
4,006
3,990

227
180
157
146

1,959
1,943
1,870
1,808

644
565
527
472

Aug
Aug
Aug
Aug.

8
......
15
- -22
__=„-.
29., ...... ...

16,281
16,208
16,202
16, HO
16,176

11,829
11,784
11,790
11,765
11,795

4,054
3,994
3,987
3,955
3.S82

7,775
7,790
7,803
7,810
7,812

4,452
4,424
4,412
4,376
4,382

2,459
2,445
2,437
2,415
2,419

1,993
1,976
1,975
1,901
1,963

1,393
1,380
1,357
1,338
1,363

272
295
279
281
283

490
454
501
466
452

11,083
10,988
11.011
10,893
10,883

3,996
3,996
3,996
,005
,030

147
147
132
132
122

1,927
1,861
1,874 1
1,813
1,807

516
540
511
489
521

---_.«,„.-.-_...--

16,216
16,280
16,381
16,344

11,860
11,928
11,976
11,958

4,003
4,005
4,055
4,048

7,856
7,923
7,921
7,910

4,357
4,351
4,405
4,386

2,400
2,388
2,434
2,411

1,957
1,963
1,971
1,975

1,365
1,377
1,337
1.363

287
293
286
284

503
504
513
495

10.965
11,084
11,022
10, §93

110
,033
,029 1 98
236
,036
23B
4,044

1,899
1,894
1,904
1,835

557
557
491
573

----....
......
. _ -.
.--_..

16,421
16,388
16,382
16,336
16,377

12,066
12,035
12,037
11,993
12,013

4, 111
4,037
4,038
4,019
4,054

7,955
7,998
7,999
7,975
7,959

4,355
4,353
4,345
4,346
4,363

2,398
2,402
2,389
2,381
2,362

1,957
1,951
1,956
1,965
2,001

1,393
1,369
1,407
1,348
1,385

287
305
290
290
283

518
522
566
533
542

11,047
11,062
11,188
11,079
11,160

4,041
4,035
4,049
4,058
4,057

236
209
131
107
98

1.975
1,847
1,926
1,841
1,933

598
590
582
561
593

16,314
16,312
_ _ _ _ _ _ 16,266
16,256

11,987
11,993
11,960
11,962

4,040
4,040
4,071
4,071

7,947
7,953
7,888
7.8S1

4.327
4,320
4,306
4,294

2,352
2,341
2,306
2,301

1,976
1,978
2,000
1,992

1,355
1,402
1,387
1,382

305
300
290
297

533
551
532
503

11,132.
11,278
11,160
11,109

4,059
4,054
4,047
4,073

97
73
55
49

1,927
1,967 |
1,870
1,850

539
504
467
508

16,267
16,268
. „ _ . . _ 16,366
16,371

11,981
11,970
12.006
11,982

4,099
4,104
4,167
4,198

7,882
7,865
7,839
7,784

4,285
4,299
4,360
4,388

2,299
2,314
2,359
2,375

1,986
1,984
2,002
2,013

1,381
1,421
1,352
1,376

305
321
336
355

512
11,113
522 i 11,254
11,105
524
11,036
514

4,069
4,084
4.083
4,097

42
34
198
188

1,947
1,981
1,904
1,929

474
489
470
575

11,560
11,597
11,796
11,912
12,002
1 1 , 905
11,912
11,792
11,930
12,029
1 1 , 975
11,985

4,194
4,119
4,116
4,173
4,220
4,157
4,150
3,994
4,028
4,052
4,056
4,142

7,366
7,477
7,680
7,746
7,781
7.748
7,761
7,798
7,903
7,977
7 920
7,843

4 673
4,629
4,572
4,523
4,485
4,522
4,492
4,409
4,375
4,352
4,312
4,333

2,613
2,597
2,564
2,532
2,5J6
2,555
2,502
2,435
2,408
2,386
2,325
2,337

2,059
2,032
2,007
,991
,969
,968
,991
,974
,966
,966
,987
,996

1,447
1,434
1,404
1,397
1,408
1,400
1.402
1,368
1,360
1,381
1,382
1,382

299
284
283
283
280
286
290
282
287
291
298
329

566
519
499
511
505
494
501
473
504
534
530
518

3,751
11,561
11,522
3,772
3,928
11,284
3,990
11,214
11,222
4,008
11,176
4,020
4,006
11,198
4,005
10,968
10,991 i 4,035
11,107
4,048
4,058
11.170
4,083
11,127

233
112*
218
310
276
201
177
136
170
156
08
114

2,131
2,070
2,026
1,988
1,909
1,852
1,895
1 , 858
1,883
1 , 904
1,904
1,935

343
402
417
420
455
466
552
516
545
585
505
502

Sept 5
Sept. 12
Sept 19
Sept. 26

Oct.
Get
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

3
10
17
24 .
31

Nov.
Nov
Nov.
Nov.

7
14
21
28

Dee
Dec
Dee
Dec;

5
12
19
26

..

- ---

Monthly averages:
January
February
March ..
._-.
April
May
June _ » . ~ July
August
September „„<,„„
October.. _.....November
December.,
,




16,233
16,226
16,368
16,443
16,487
16,428
16,404
16,201
16,305
16,381
16,287
16,318

REPORTING MEMBER BANKS

137

NO. 43-WEEKLY REPORTING MEMBER BANKS IN 101 LEADING CITIES-PRINCIPAL ASSETS AND
LIABILITIES, WEEKLY AND MONTHLY, 1919-1941-Confinued

[Wednesday figures. In millions of dollars]
Investments

Loans

Date or month

Jan 2
Jan. 9
Jan 16
Jan 23
Jan. 30

Total
loans
and
investments

All
other

Total

4,381
4,261
4,215
4,213
4,189

7,742
7,730
7,727
7,714
7,769

4,382
4,330
4,321
4,325
4,307

2,342
2,327
2,340
2,331
2,317

2,040
2,003
1,980
1,994
1,990

1,452
1,427
1,431
1,432
1,422

322
311
280
277
273

583
507
531
501
473

11,441
11,288
11,311
11,213
11,242

4,128
4,130
4,136
4,161
4,121

163
154
139
139
139

2,159
2,034
2,052
2,015
1,082

533
349
284
294
273

Total

On
securities

16,505
16,321
16,263
16,252
16,266

1924

Balances
Interwith
Rebank BorrowNet
serves Cash domestic
U.S.
U.S. deposits ings
with
Govern- Other
in
banks demand Time Governat
(12
deposits deposits ment Reserve Federal
ment
secu- Federal vault
(12
direct rities Reserve
Reserve
deposits Bank Reserve
Bank
Banks
obligacities Banks
tions
cities
only)
only)

12,123
11,991
11,942
11,926
11,959

6
13
20
27

-- - 16,329
.__ — 16,332
- - 16,293

16,324

12,012
12,019
12,013
11,972

4,193
4,167
4,188
4,145

7,819
7,852
7,825
7,827

4,312
4,309
4,319
4,322

2,335
2,318
2,315
2,304

1,976
1,991
2,005
2,017

1,404
1,413
1,395
1,416

273
298
281
280

494
518
497
476

11,278
11,407
11,238
11,170

4,144
4,156
4,200
4,208

139
125
125
124

2,068
2,017
1,987
1,970

255
317
270
297

Mar 5
Mar. 12
Mar 19
Mar. 26

16,306
16,396
16,552
16,519

12,038
12,105
12,225
12,182

4,145
4,170
4,231
4,178

7,893
7,935
7,994
8.004

4,268
4,290
4,327
4,337

2,253
2,283
2,317
2,317

2,015
2,008
2,010
2,019

1,407
1,442
1,480
1,412

279
279
274
281

493
501
527
478

11,178
11,352
11,422
11,175

4,217
4,214
4,217
4,258

125
125
245
237

2,061
2,013
2,129
1,985

262
258
206
253

Apr 2
Apr. 9
Apr 16
Apr. 23
Apr 30

16,574
16,515
16,561
16,560
16,613

12,227
12,185
12,195
12,191
12,262

4,222
4,168
4,196
4,206
4,298

8,005
8,017
7,999
7,985
7,965

4,347
4,330
4,366
4,369
4,351

2,307
2,288
2,286
2,280
2,225

2,040
2,042
2,080
2,089
2,125

1,433
1,436
1,439
1,435
1,452

269
282
273
283
269

494
479
521
513
517

11,250
11,167
11,344
11,293
11,443

4,253
4,264
4,274
4,288
4,311

238
237
224
204
207

2,045
1,996
1,983
1,939
2,092

300
306
242
238
204

May 7
May 14
May 21
May 28

16,630
16,677
16,575
16,588
...---

12,226
12,210
12,139
12,114

4,261
4,219
4,220
4,186

7,965
7,991
7,919
7,928

4,404
4,467
4,436
4,474

2,269
2,281
2,267
2,266

2,135
2,186
2,169
2,208

1,456
1,446
1,450
1,444

285
284
278
287

521
545
524
504

11,383
11,500
11,407
11,407

4,325
4,328
4,340
4,347

204
183
118
89

2,025
2,027
1,967
1,931

208
178
174
181

June 4
June 11
June 18
June 25

- 16,649

12,119
12,257
12,294
12,327

4,226
4,291
4,346
4,378

7,893
7,966
7,948
7,949

4,530
4,530
4,569
4,637

2,273
2,286
2,324
2,342

2,257
2,244
2,245
2,295

1,486
1,536
1,593
1,542

287
287
275
279

524
622
671
669

11,574
11,790
11,888
11,842

4,350
4,372
4,403
4,438

89
80
129
129

2,077
2,178
2,324
2,291

160
140
116
106

_._„--- 17,062
17,057
17,123
17,159
17,253

12,341
12,389
12,410
12,406
12,454

4,439
4,431
4,489
4,494
4,543

7,902
7,957
7,621
7,912
7,911

4,721
4,668
4,713
4,752
4,799

2,408
2,365
2,389
2,432
2,433

2,314
2,304
2.324
2,321
2,366

1,518
1,535
1,583
1,566
1,588

292
299
274
274
285

646
663
725
703
716

11,999
12,026
12,167
12,140
12,238

4,443
4,462
4,507
4,515
4,517

129
114
101
100
96

2,392
2,415
2,482
2,448
2,464

133
84
84
70
72

6
13
20
27

-- - 17,326
17,434
17,514
17,510

12,537
12,592
12,638
12,611

4,521
4,584
4,624
4,600

8,016
8,008
8,014
8,011

4,789
4,842
4,875
4,899

2,426
2,462
2,474
2,492

2,363
2,380
2,401
2,406

1,592
1,615
1,593
1,582

276
278
271
275

744
769
700
713

12,296
12,431
12,425
12,431

4,548
4,579
4,576
4,582

96
96
96
96

2,586
2,636
2,615
2,492

Sept. 3
Sept 10
Sept, 17
Sept. 24

17,562
17,609
17,859
17,997

12,622
12,662
12,758
12,856

4,687
4,629
4,672
4,713

7,936
8,034
8,086
8,142

4,940
4,947
5,100
5,141

2,533
2,530
2,655
2,684

2,407
2,417
2,445
2,457

1,601
1,623
1,747
1,609

281
293
279
283

724
730
788
735

12,484
12,605
12,795
12,636

4,590
4,602
4,647
4,689

86
75
233
233

2,562
2,611
2,747
2,658

108
74
77
75

Oct. 1
Oct 8
Oct. 15
Oct. 22
Oct 29

18,181
18,136
18,207
18,288
18,274

12,968
12,912
12,961
13,011
12,922

4,781
4,703
4,697
4,784
4,665

8,188
8,210
8,263
8,227
8,256

5,213
5,223
5,246
5,277
5,352

2,690
2,702
2,697
2,722
2,750

2,522
2,522
2,550
2,555
2,603

1,617
1,669
1,656
1,637
1,643

273
291
292
2S1
293

746
727
794
749
709

12,876
12,811
13,050
13,019
12,928

4,701
4,722
4,758
4,769
4,808

233
232
210
200
199

2,738
2,687
2,737
2,640
2,591

92
104
104
67
65

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

5
12
19
26

18,288
18,367
18,369
18,405

12,917
13,011
12,955
12,992

4,701
4,749
4,724
4,785

8,216
8,263
8,231
8,207

5,371
5,356
5,414
5,413

2,736
2,709
2,761
2,771

2,636
2,647
2,654
2,642

1,595
1,642
1,693
1,622'

311
314
294
305

719
793
716
704

12,952
13,201
13,096
13,070

4,832
4,850
4,891
4,886

200
168
140
140

2,697
2,636
2,590
2,528

77
72
82
66

Dec
Dec,
Dec.
Dec
Dec.

3
10
17
24
31

18,432
18,472
18,472
18,481
18.468

13,027
13,074
13,084
13,109
13.143

4,838
4,900
4,915
4,954
4,980

8,189
8,174
8,169
8,155
8,164

5,405
5,398
5,388
5,372
5,325

2,773
2,765
2,751
2,737
2,683

2,632
2,633
2,637
2,635
2,642

1,721
1,666
1,691
1,697
1,677

310
321
338
333
324

705
681
699
657
662

13,217
13,218
13,174
13,050
13,259

4,855
4,855
4,845
4,843
4,878

132
85
180
169
166

2,645
2,535
2,487
2,398
2,635

103
110
133
224
154

16,321
16,319
16,443
16,565
16,618
16,816
17,131
17,446
17,757
18,217
18,357
18.465

11,988
12,004
12,138
12,212
12,172
12,249
12,400
12,594
12,725
12,955
12,969
13,087

4,252
,173
,181
,218
,221
,310
,479
,582
4,675
4,726
4,740
4,917

7,736 4,333
7,831 4,315
,306
7,956
,352
7,994
7,951 * ,445
,567
7,939
7,921
,731
8,012 4,851
8,049 5,032
8,229 5,262
8,229 5,389
8,170 5,378

2,331
2,318
2,292
2,277
2,271
2,306
2,405
2,464
2,600
2,712
2,744
2,742

2,002
1,997
2,013
2,075
2,175
2,260
2,326
2,388
2,432
2,550
2,645
2,636

1,433
1,407
1,435
1,439
1,449
1,539
1,558
1,595
1,645
1,644
1,638
1,691

292
283
278
275
283
282
285
275
284
288
306
325

522
496
498
505
512
622
691"
732
745
745
733
681

11,299
11,273
11,282
11,299
11,424
11,773
12,114
12,396
12,630
12,937
13,080
13,184

4,135
4,177
4,227
4,278
4,335
4,391
4,489
4,571
4,632
4,752
4,865
4,855

147
128
183
222
149
107
108
96
157
215
162
147

2,048
2,011
2,048
2,011
1,989
2,218
2,440
2,557
2,645
2.679
2,613
2,540

347
285
245
258
185
131
89
61
83
86
75
145

Feb
Feb
Feb.
Feb

-

July 2

16,786
16,863
16,964

July 9

Julv 16
July 23
July 30
Aug.
Aug
Aug.
Aug

Monthly averages:
January
February
March
April

May

June _.
July
August
September
October
November
December




.

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64
61
59

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BANKING AND MONETARY STATISTICS
MO. 48-WEEKLY REPORTING MEMBER BANKS IN 101 LEADING CITIES-PRINCIPAL ASSETS AND
LIABILITIES, WEEKLY AND MONTHLY, tSI 9-1 Mi-Continued
[Wednesday figures. In millions of dollars]
Loans

Investments

Total

On
securities

All
other

Balances
Interwith
Rebank BorrowU.S.
serves Cash domestic Net
U.S. deposits ings
banks demand Time Govern
Govern- Other with
in
(12
at
ment secu- Federal vault
deposits deposits ment Reserve Federal
(12.
Reserve
deposit; Bank Reserve
Total direct rities Reserve
obligaBank
Banks
cities 1 Banks
cities
tions
only)
only)

— . 18,532
--- 18,552
18,509
.. ... 18,415

13,191
13,209
13,175
13,140

5,019
4,996
5,012
5,006

8,172
8,213
8,163
8,134

5,341
5,343
5,334
5,274

2,730
2,747
2,747
2,693

2,611
2,597
2,587
2,581

1,699
1,717
1,599
1,637

327
306
286
279

694
718
667
628

13,285
13,360
13,148
13,019

4,878
4,882
4,898
4,905

160
136
135
136

Total
loans
and
investments

Date or month

Jan.
Jan
Jan
Jan

1925
7
14
21
28

Feb
Feb
Feb
Feb

4
11
18
25

...

— 18,449
18,429
.... 18,458
18,419

13,209
13,212
13,268
13,241

5,051
5,054
5,051
5,070

8,159
8,158
8,217
8,170

5,239
5,217
5,191
5,179

2,648
2,627
2,611
2,610

2,591
2.5&0
2,580
2,569

1,652
1,648
1,644
1,679

278
295
281
295

633
646
641
649

13,045
13,098
13,000
12,937

4,929
4,954
4,965
4,980

134
113
121
113

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

4
11
18
25

18,462
- -.- 18,507
_ - _ _ _ . _ _ 18,618
18,507

13,350
13,356
13,322
13,252

5,120
5,101
5,149
5,118

8,230
8,254
8,173
8,133

5,112
5,151
5,296
5,255

2,565
2,592
2,731
2,677

2,547
2,559
2,565
2,578

1,624
1,663
1,635
1,585

282
289
277
281

672
637
632
584

12,928
13,062
12,882
12,593

4,974
4,983
5,002
5,063

Apr
Apr
Apr
Apr
Apr

1
8
15
22
29

. . . . 18,595
18,515
-. -- — 18,507
18,536
18,619

13,327
13,263
13,258
13,264
13,370

5,096
5,042
5,027
5,125
5,199

8,232
8,222
8,231
8,140
8,171

5,267
5,252
5,249
5,272
5,249

2,659
2,641
2,633
2,649
2,608

2,608
2,611
2,616
2,622
2,641

1,602
1,606
1,596
1,629
1,605

268
289
277
282
283

631
598
658
613
598

-.

..

2,701
2,649
2,551
2,435

115
123
65
129

2,526
2,541
2,525
2,392

183
194
205
289

113
113
318
318

2,495
2,428
2,374
2,235

255
269
196
219

12,760
12,639
12,726
12,769
12,818

318
5,081
301
5,083
5,080 1 246
207
5,092
209
5,091

2,509
2,300
2,319
2,211
2,214

236
215
235
248
211

i

May 6
May 13
May 20
May 27

..

18,575
18,524
18,497
_ _ _ 18,510

13,335
13,320
13,254
13,268

5,188
5,138
5,150
5,192

8,147
8,181
8,105
8,076

5,240
5,205
5,243
5,242

2,572
2,578
2,612
2,586

2,668
2,626
2,632
2,656

1,643
1,613
1,588
1,605

279
286
276
285

626
647
635
617

12,799
12,821
12,699
12,650

5,129
5,165
5,189
5,200

192
185
133
140

2,311
2,233
2,183
2,129

233
160
153
218

June 3
June 10
June 17
Juae 24

...._. 18,608
18,639
_- .. - 18,672
18,645

13,356
13,369
13,384
13,391

5,262
5,256
5,313
5,327

8,094
8,113
8,070
8,064

5,252 1 2,608
5,270 2,623
5,288 2,627
5,254 2,587

2,644
2,648
2,661'
2,668

1,608
1,616
1,664
1,601

278
286
275
278

658
633
655
601

12,796
12,823
12,870
12,730

5,182
5,191
5,217
5,217

138
125
114
117

2,208
2,250
2,264
2,218

215
229
251
255

July 1
July 8
July 15
July 22 _
July 29

18,833
— ... . 18,717
18,709
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ 18,687
18,663

13,568
13,474
13,481
13,434
13,411

5,466
5,386
5,351
5,323
5,325

8,102
8,088
8,130
8,111
8,086

5,265
5,243
5,229
5,253
5,252

2,582
2,575
2,589
2,591
2,587

2,682
2,668
2,640
2,662
2,665

1,659
1,613
1,644
1,615
1,603

278
290
277
275
273

660
632
669
631
570

13,060
12,866
12,993
12,839
12,824

5,201
5,193
5,193
5,193
5,203

113
89
76
76
72

2,375
2,290
2,263
2,159
2,124

307
248
261
243
260

AUK
Aug
Aug
Aug

18,730
,
18,792
.. - — 18,790
18,786

13,508
13,571
13,573
13,576

5,358
5,379
5,384
5,389

8,150
8,192
8,189
8,187

5,222
5,221
5,217
5,210

2,580
2,576
2,567
2,560

2,642
2,644
2,651
2,650

1,662
1,632
1,633
1,635

271
281
267
271

577
591
563
544

12,840
12,909
12,817
12,761

5,206
5,211
5,223
5,232

71
52
52
52

2,218
2,209
2,129
2,109

337
340
357
370

18,857
18,836
18,999
18,984
19,212

13,677
13,642
13,799
13,833
14,033

5,425
5,357
5,424
5,437
5,595

8,253
8,286
8,375
8,396
8,438

5,180
5,194
5,201
5,151
5,179

2,548
2,546
2,559
2,536
2,532

2,631
2,648
2,642
2,614
2,647

1,632
1,648
1,625
1,645
1,646

267
288
277
283
284

.569
571
637
593
620

12,854
12,819
12,971
12,766
13,052

5,227
5,231
5,213
5,217
5,262

51
34
192
192
191

2,175
2,150
2,307
2,176
2,330

373
442
303
455
444

19,193
19,249
19,256
. . . 19,257

14,017
14,059
14,069
14,085

5,553
5,501
5,579
5,596

8,464
8,557
8,490
8,489

5,175
5,190
5,188
5,171

2,534
2,534
2,537
2,530

2,641
2,656
2,651
2,641

1,659
1,649
1,640
1,662

292
301
289
285

599
689
640
610

12,978
13,183
13,092
13,087

5,278
5,278
5,320
5,326

1S6
173
87
86

2,286
2,308
2,218
2,181

455
468
422
403

__

19,392
19,369
19,315
__ ..... 19,250

14,210
14,200
14,187
14,126

5,683
5,682
5,713
5,708

g;527
8,519
8,474
8,419

5,182
5,169
5,128
5,124

2,540
2,528
2,502
2,508

2,642
2,641
2,626
2,616

1,670
1,656
1,691
1,653

298
290
289
299

682
666
635
609

13,225
13,254
13,232
13,030

5,378
5,374
5,351
5,390

86
78
50
45

2,373
2,305 !
2,215
2,133

452
378
388
428

.. — 19,276
19,340
._-- 19,447
19,449
19,553

14,170
14,210
14,221
14,264
14,375

5,709
5,742
5,806
5,902
6,056

8,461
8,468
8,415
8,361
8,320

5,106
5,130
5,226
5,186
5,178

2,517
2,525
2,654
2,593
2,550

2,589
2,605
2,572
2,593
2.627

1,665
1,680
1,687
1,660
1,731

294
313
327
361
388

649
605
646
598
624

13,105
13,159
13,266
13,068
13,266

5,379
5,374
5,316
5,339
5,379

45
39
258
257
226

2,277
2,241
2,249
2,156
2,311

451
483
420
547
555

13,179
13,232
13,320
13,297
13,294
13,375
13,474
13,557
13,797
14,057
14,181
14,248

5,008
5,056
5,122
5,098
5,167
5,289
5,370
5,377
5,447
5,558
5,696
5,843

8,170
8,176
8,198
8,199
8,127
8,085
8,103
8,180
8,349
8,500
8,485
* 8,405

5,323
5,206
5,204
5,258
5,233
5,266
5,248
5,217
5,181
5,181
5,151
5,165

2,729
2,624
2,641
2,638
2,587
2,611
2,585
2,571
2,544
2,534
2,520
2,568

2,594
2,583
2,562
2,620
2,646
2,655
2,663
2,647
2,636
2,647
2,631
2,597

1,663
1,656
1,627
1,608
1,612
1,622
1,627
1,640
1,639
1,652
1,667
1,685

300
287
282
280
281
279
279
272
280
292
294
327

677
642
631
620
630
637
632
569
598
635
648
624

13,203
13,020
12,866
12,742
12,742
12,805
12,922
12,831
12,892
13,085
13,185
13,173

4,891
4.S57
5,006
5,086
5,171
5,202
5,197
5,218
5,230
5,301
5,373
5.357

142
120 '
216
256
164
123
85
57
132
136
65
165

2,584
2,496
2,383
2,311
2,215
2,258
2,242
2,166
2,228
2,248
2,257
2,247

108
218
234
229
191
238
264
351
403
437
411
491

5
12"
19
26

Sept 2
Sept. 9
Sept 16
Sept. 23.
Sept 30

-- .---

_...__...
________
. --.--

Oct 7
Oct. 14
Oct 21
Oct. 28
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov.

4
11
18
25

Dec.
Dec
Dec,
Dec.
Dec

2
9
16_.
23
30

—

Monthly averages:
January
February
March
April
Ay
June
July
._ ....
August
September
October
November
December ._ „„.




18,502
18,439
18,523
18,554
18,527
18,641
18,722
18,775
18,978
19,239
19,331
19.413

s

REPORTING MEMBER BANKS

139

NO. 48-WEEKLY REPORTING MEMBER BANKS IN 101 LEADING CITIES-PRINCIPAL ASSETS AND
LIABILITIES, WEEKLY AND MONTHLY, 1919-1941-Continued
[Wednesday figures. In millions of dollars]
Investments

Loans
Total
loans
and
investments

Balances
InterRewith
bank
serves Cash domestic Net
U.S.
U.S. deposits
jrovern- Other with
in
banks demand Time Govern- (12
ment secu- Federal vault
deposits deposits ment Reserve
(12
direct rities Reserve
Reserve
deposits Bank
obligaBanks
Bank
cities
tions
cities
only)
only)

Borrowings
at
Federal
Reserve
Banks

All
other

Total

5,992
5,860
5,844
5,798

8,333
8,339
8,328
8,305

5,152
5,143
5,153
5,185

2,541
2,545
2,560
2,569

2,611
2,598
2,593
2,615

1,684
1,691
1,668
1,646

322
303
289
282

651
611
604
556

13,310
13,252
13,179
13,039

5,392
5,394
5,406
5,416

214
195
201
200

2,412
2,314
2,338
2,247

411
319
272
270

14,142
14,175
14,135
14,109

5,816
5,798
5,736
5,720

8,326
8,377
8,399
8,390

5,179
5,191
5,166
5,193

2,582
2,581
2,573
2,553

2,597
2,609
2,593
2,640

1,632
1,661
1,681
1,633

274
298
277
291

574
554
589
564

13,040
13,077
13,021
12,939

5,436
5,438
5,453
5,469

201
204
201
201

2,295
2,250
2,255
2,225

314
358
368
363

14,201
14,111
14,144
14,149
14,258

6,730
5,604
5,622
5,610
5,691

8,471
8,506
8,521
8,539
8,567

5,198
5,200
5,393
5,266
5,181

2,552
2,529
2,730
2,612
2,503

2,646
2,671
2,663
2,654
2,678

1,648
1,641
1,659
1,644
1,652

278
281
271
277
272

614
558
590
546
563

13,014
12,900
13,021
12,747
12,905

6,478
5,487
5,498
5,518
5,504

201
198
378
295
296,

2,365
2,240
2,286
2,152
2,294

404
324
293
419
420

7
14
21
28

19,392 14,181
19,402 14,119
19,350 -14,091
19,425 14,168

5,637
5,542
5.548
5,576

8,544
8,577
8,543
8,592

5,210
5,283
5,259
5,257

2,550
2,585
2,573
2,563

2,660
2,698
2,686
2,694

1,619
1,708
1,595
1,635

285
285
275
276

583
620
588
601

12,766
12,903
12,819
12,834

5,546
5,536
5,579
5,586

294
294
241
241

2,243
2,276
2,194
2,180

373
388.
248
306

5
12
19
26

19,500
19,535
19,495
19,478

14,231
14,189
14,122
14,098

5,614
5,588
5,575
5,590

8,616
8,601
8,547
8,508

5,269
5,345
5,374
5,380

2,570
2,594
2,605
2,620

2,699
2,751
2,769
2,760

1,656
1,628
1,668
1,635

277
282
274
280

619
596
578
579

12,888
13,029
12,974
12,923

5,593
5,590
5,578
5,602

232
220
103
186

2,276
2,185
2,163
2,159

344
273
289
257

June 2
June 9
June 16
June 23
June 30

19,584
19,531
19,640
19,503
19,723

14,198
14,139
14,289
14,179
14,368

5,683
5,596
5,641
5,688
5,849

8,505
8,542
8,648
8,491
8,519

5,386
5,392
5,351
5,325
5,355

2,618
2,609
2,572
2,538
2,546

2,768
2,783
2,779
2,786
2,809

1,658
1,658
1,685
1,663
1,659

282
284
271
275
277

627
574
648
579
614

13,080
12,987
13,136
12,908
13,258

5,634
5,617
5,635
5,639
5,682

189
185
185
188
164

2,289
2,170
2,189
2,121
2,331

305
232
177
256
288

July 7
July 14
July 28

19,611
19,564
19,545
19,525

14,294
14,245
14,217
14,210

5,780
5,739
5,730
5,722

8,514
8,506
8,487
8,487

5,317
5,319
5,328
5,316

2,525
2,524
2,546
2,540

2,792
2,794
2,782
2,776

1,667
1,666
1,633
1,630

298
293
276
276

599
618
585
557

13,019
13,058
12,927
12,852

5,688
5,718
5,722
5,724

154
142
143
143

2,283
2,231
2,191
2,122

389
297
280
295

Aug
Aug.
Aug
Aug.

4
11
18
25

19,614
19,614
19,575
19,574

14,309
14,344
14,297
14,301

5,795
5,787
5,731
5,770

8,514
8,557
8,566
8,531

5,305
5,270
5,278
5,273

2,538
2,543
2,527
2,516

2,768
2,727
2,751
2,757

1,644
1,650
1,640
1,627

270
281
269
274

580
546
537
525

12,904
12,970
12,884
12,842

5,740
5,752
5,738
5,734

143
123
111
84

2,241
2,186
2,132
2,079

326
337
330
349

Sept 1
Sept. 8
Sept. 15
Sept 22
Sept 29

19,662
19,687
,— 19,855
19,761
19,910

14,412
14,429
14,545
14,486
14,620

5,842
5,823
5,870
5,814
5,884

8,570
8,606
8,675
8,671
8,736

5,251
5,258
5,310
5,275
5,290

2,498
2,499
2,573
2,542
2,533

2,753
2,759
2,736
2,733
2,757

1,652
1,634
1,764
1,655
1,665

268
289
283
278
285

577
567
618
557
562

12,973
12,966
13,275
12,900
13,006

5,744
5,747
5,717
5,696
5,709

84
84
258
259
262

2,219
2,200
2,270
2,112
2,139

412
405
370
456
495

Oct.
Oct
Get
Oct.

6
13
20
27

- 19,896
19,811
19,735
J— 19,694

14,638
14,573
14,533
14,478

5,847
5,776
5,691
5,652

8,791
8,797
8,842
8,826

5,258
5,238
5,202
5,216

2,520
2,510
2,504
2,494

2,738
2,727
2,698
2,722

1,618
1,636
1,623
1,630

283
310
284
285

580
6?4
589
560

13,042
13,132
12,981
12,903

5,704
5,718
5,705
5,721

263
237
160
136

2,249
2,233
2,179
2,095

424
503
396
438

3
10
17
24

19,760
19,656
19,632
19,643

14,536
14,474
14,453
14,484

5.702
5,623
5,582
5,623

8,834
8,850
8,871
8,861

5,225
5,182
5,179
5,159

2,491 2,733
2,463 2,719
2,445 2,734
2,434 2,725

1,616
1,636
1,653
1,619

301
291
281
297

629
602
605
547

13,009
12,924
12,947
12,872

5,747
5,752
5,754
5,756

135
115
81
74

2,287
2,154
2,148
2,057

484
381
390
432

Dec. 1
Dec 8
Dec. 15
Dec. 22
Dec. 29

19,698
19,660
19,727
19,744
... 19,884

14,534
14,495
14,334
14,595
14,730

5,677
5,648
5,726
5,831
5.971

8,857
8,847
8,808
8,763
8,759

5,164
5,165
5,193
5,149
5,154

2,431
2,426
2,414
2,363
2,337

2,733
2.739
2,778
2,786
2,817

1,672
1,654
1,753
1,651
1,669

287
310
322
361
321

593
528
602
572
562

13,032
12,912
13,205
12,932
13,079

5,774
5,762
5,764
5,761
5,779

74
74
163
163
163

2,162
2,108
2,301
2,120
2,199

446
410
365
504
511

14,200
14,140
14,172
14, 140
14,160
14,235
14,241
14,313
14,498
14,555
14,487
14,578

5,874
5,767
5,652
5,576
5,592
5,693
5.743
5,771
5,847
5,741
5,633
5.77J

8,326
8,373
8,521
8,564
8,568
8,541
8,498
8,542
8,652
8,814
8,854
8,807

5,158
5,182
5,248
5,252
5,342
5,362
5,320
5,281
5,277
5,228
5,186
5,165

2,554
2,572
2,585
2,568
2,597
2,577
2,534
2,531
2,529
2,507
2,458
2,394

2,604
2,610'
2,662
2,684
2,745
2,785
2,786
2,751
2,748
2,721
2,728
2,771

1,672
1,652
1,649
1,639
1,647
1,664
1,649
1,640
1,674
1.627
1.631
1,680

299
285
276
280
278
278
286
273
281
290
293
320

606
570
573
595
593
609
590
547
576
591
596
571

'13,195
13,019
12,917
12,830
12,953
13,074
12,964
12,900
13,024
13,015
12,938
13,032

5,402
5,449
5,497
5,562
5,591
5,641
5,713
5,741
5.722
5,712
5,752
5.768

203
202
274
268
208
182
146
115
189
199
101
128

2,327
2,257
2,267
2,221
2,195
2,220
2,208
2,159
2,190
2,189
2,162
2,178

318
351
372
329
290
252
315
335
428
440
422
447

Total

On
securities

19,477
19,342
19,326
19,288

14,325
14,199
14,173
14,103

Feb 3
Feb. 10
Feb 17
Feb. 24

19,321
19,366
19,301
19,302

Mar
Mar,
Mar
Mar.
Mar

3
10
17
24
31

19,399
19,311
19,537
19,416
19,438

Apr
Apr
Apr
Apr
May
May
May
May

Date or month

Jan.
Jan
Jan.
Jan

6
13
20
27

1926

July 21

Nov
Nov.
Nov
Nov.

Monthly averages:
January _ _
February
March
April
May
June
July
August September
October....
NovfiTnb*T
December

19.358
19,323
19,420
19,392
19,502
19,596
19,561
19,594
19,775
19,784
19,673
19,742




140

BANKING AND MONETARY STATISTICS
NO. 48—WEEKLY REPORTING MEMBER BANKS IN 101 LEADING CITIES-PRINCIPAL ASSETS AND
LIABILITIES, WEEKLY AND MONTHLY, 1919-1941-Continued
[Wednesday figures. In millions of dollars]
Investments

Loans

Total

On
securities

All
other

ReBorrowserves Cash Balances •Net
U.S.
U.S. Interings
Govern- Other with
in
with demand Time Govern bank
at
ment secu- Federa vault domestic deposits deposits ment deposits Federal
Total direct rities Reserve
banks
deposits
Reserve
obligaBanks
Banks
tions

19,865
19,754
----- 19,586
19,541

14,750
14,588
14,442
14,374

6,086
5,933
5,841
5,801

8,664
8,655
8,601
8,573

5,114
5,166
5,145
5,167

2,309
2,330
2,350
2,366

2,806
2,837
2,795
2,801

1,744
1,677
1,666
1,600

306
295
270
267

'635
*593
'575
1537

13,210
13,175
13,015
12,867

5,845
5,864
5,848
5,858

156
120
120
120

12,217
'2,170
12,090
'2,037

446
303
248
197

19,592
._— _ 19,528
---- 19,538
...-- 19,576

14,411
14,333
14,309
14,334

5,849
5,758
5,751
5,764

8,562
8,576
8,558
8,570

5,181
5,194
5,228
5,242

2,362
2,370
2,383
2,380

2,819
2,824
2,845
2,862

1,646
1,630
1,695
1,583

257
270
253
281

1,197
1,125
1,188
1,170

12,958
12,844
12,924
12,804

5,860
5,875
5,882
5,936

120
102
102
104

3,181
3,130
3,185
3,103

222
223
242
243

19,779
19,775
20,171
20,116
20,105

14,489
14,477
14,584
14,567
14,565

5,858
5,817
5,888
5,860
5,910

8,631
8,660
8,697
8,707
8,655

5,290
5,298
5,587
5,548
5.540

2,396
2,394
2,658
2,588
2,555

2,894
2,904
2,929
2,961
2,985

1,636
1,629
1,676
1,706
1,680

255
268
252
260
263

1,244
1,182
1,250
1,132
1,123

12,965
12,923
13,224
13,062
12,996

5,995
6,008
5,977
5,978
5,987

103
92
344
313
303

3,225
3,182
3,232
3.072
3,047

279
266
190
309
296

20,114
----- 20,036
_ _ - - 20,015
20,106

14,607
14,556
14,526
14,564

5,932
5,891
5;918
5,978

8,675
8,665
8,608
8,587

5,506
5,479
5,489
5,542

2,566
2,547
2,554
2,595

2,941
2,933
2,935
2,947

1,624
1,670
1,646
1,673

262
269
259
263

1,179
1,201
1,157
1,137

13,034
13,048
13,021
13,030

5,992
6,011
6,015
6,067

282
260
176
166

3,157
3,076
3,036
3,011

252
280
263
286

4
11
18
25

._._ -- 20,245
----- 20,234
20,316
20,298

14,695
14,659
14,669
14,639

6,044
5,981
6,039
6,003

8,651
8,678
8,630
8,636

5,550
5,575
5,647
5,660

2,610
2,639
2,659
2,640

2,939
2,936
2.988
3,020

1,718
1,669
1,695
1,681

260
265
257
259

1,204
1,174
1,168
1,092

13,147
13,185
13,203
13,180

6,081
6,102
6,143
6,128

156
129
95
91

3,150
3,041
3,020
2,904

356
288
305
260

June 1
June 8
June 15
June 22
June 29

20,432
---- 20,365
,.•> -- 20,642
20,503
20.589

14,838
14,792
14,853
14,829
14,931

6,204
6,179
6,230
6,210
6,279

8,634
8,612
8,623
8,619
8,653

5,594
5,573
5,789
5,674
5,658

2,533
2,538
2.713
2,599
2,570

3,061
3,035
3,076
3,076
3,088

1,720
1,730
1,810
1,712
1,746

259
268
254
257
269

1,204
1,124
1,216
1,103
1,086

13,407
13,336
13,715
13,243
13,369

6,134
6,174
6,151
6,166
6,191

74
44
209
200
162

3,080
2,951
3,139
2,900
2,980

329
241
198
269
306

July 6
July 13
July 20
July 27

_,.. 20,584
-- = -- 20,370
.--- 20,332
20,331

14,925
14,742
14,734
14,726

6,291
6,152
6,148
6,175

8,634
8,590
8,585
8,551

5,659
5,628
5,598
5,605

2,561
2,552
2,551
2,549

3,098
3,076
3,047
3,056

1,686
1,704
1,699
1,671

276
271
254
258

1,186
1,192
1,118
1,072

13,387
13,346
13,264
13,225

6,181
6,168
6,169
6,191

132
107
95
96

3,230
3,136
3,040
2,937

342
265
246
233

Aue- 3
Aug. 10
Aug 17
Aug. 24
Aug 31

— — 20,346
_.— 20,384
20,347
20,271
20,436

14,794
14.835
14,831
14,763
14,903

6,213
6,202
6,206
6,157
6,229

8,582
8,633
8,625
8,606
8,674

5,552
5,549
5,516
5,508
5,532

2,516
2,510
2,494
2,492
2,500

3,035
3,038
3,023
3,016
3,033

1,740
1,708
1,662
1,708
1,691

252
257
248
253
252

1,133
1,133
1,141
1,087
1,119

13,278
13,332
13,270
13,153
13,346

6,210
6,231
6,229
6,231,
6,241

88
53
40
40
40

3,106
3,089
3,101
3,040
3,116

285
261
238
257
240

Sept. 7
Sept 14
Sept 21
Sept. 28

20.426
---- 20,614
20,761
20,812

14,902
15,071
15,121
15,169

6,208
6,315
6,300
6,367

8,694
8,757
8,821
8,801

5,524
5,542
5,640
5,643

2,485
2,495
2,596
2,607

3,039
3,047
3,043
3,036

1,699
1,699
1,699
1,717

268
270
259
259

1,155
1,244
1,183
1,165

13,326
13.554
13,233
13,245

6,248
6,264
6,268
6,299

8
8
352
352

3,199
3,191
3,119
3.109

295
224
270
278

Date or month

1927
Jan 12
Jan 19
Jan 26
Feb
Feb.
Feb
Feb

2
9
16
23

Mar. 2
Mar 9
Mar. 16
Mar 23
Mar. 30

Apr. 13
Apr 20
Apr. 27
May
May
May
May

___-----..-- —
....
------

Total
loans
and
investments

Oct.
Oct
Oct
Oct

5
12
19
26

20,952
20,912
20,936
20,871

15,302
15,251
15,262
15,218

6,457
6,375
6,381
6,401

8,845
8,877
8,881
8,817

5,650
5,661
5,674
5,654

2,610
2,617
2,627
2,614

3,040
3,044
3,047
3,040

1,707
1,699
1,748
1,724

262
267
263
266

1,287
1.278
1,229
1,191

13,407
13,401
13,444
13,396

6,335
6,354
6,347
6,343

336
337
252
194

3,361
3.221
3,252
3,150

320
286
271
254

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

2
9
16
23
30

20,886
20,963
21,204
21,208
21,298

15,233
15,288
15,324
15,309
15,386

6,418
6,422
6,528
6,507
6,585

8,815 5,652
8,865 5,675
8,796 5,880
8,802 ,5,899
8,801 5,912

2,590
2,585
2,779
2,797
2,800

3,062
3,091
3,101
3,102
3,112

1,727
1,750
1,819
1,753
1,755

257
286
262
279
276

1,255
1,223
1,343
1,258
1,263

13,473
13,548
13,779
13,743
13,970

6,334
6,391
6.410
6.454
6,458

179
120
315
HI
11

3,369
3,328
3,472
3,352
3,520

232
310
233
274
331

Dec.
Dee,
Dec
Dec

7.
14
21
28

_ _ _ . 21,250
_ _ _ _ _ 21,267
21,387
21,409

15,350
15,353
15,408
15,476

6,580
6,621
6,705
6,798

8,770
8,731
8,703
8,677

5,900
5,914
5,979
5,934

2,803
2,811
2,866
2,802

3,097
3,103
3,114
3,132

1,763
l',780
1,774
1,808

288
313
338
316

1,199
1,231
1,195
1,210

13,919
14,000
13,809
13,757

6.401
6,399
6,432
6,444

6
7
192
192

3,406
3,320
3,267
3,304

304
353
432
463

14,538
14,347
14,536
14,564
14,666
14,849
14,781
14,825
15,066
15,258
15,308
15,396

5,915
5,780
5,867
5,930
6,017
6,220
6,191
6,201
6,298
6,403
6,492
6,676

8,623
8,566
8,670
8,634
8,649
8,628
8,590
8,624
8,768
8,855
8,816
8,720

5,148
5,212
5,453
5,504
5,608
5,658
5,623
5^531
5,587
5,660
5,804
5,932

2,339
2,374
2,518
2,565
2,637
2,581
2,553
2,502
2,546
2,617
2,710
2,820

2,809
2,838
2,935
2,939
2,971
3,067
3,069
3,029
3,041
3,043
3,094
3,111

1,672
1,639
1,665
1,653
1,691
1,744
1,690
1,702
1,703
1,719
1,761
1.781

284
265
260
263
260
261
265
252
264
265
272
314

'585
1,170
1,186
1,168
1,160
1,147
1,142
1,123
1,187
1.246
1,288
1,209

13,067
12,883
13,034
13,033
13.179
13,414
13,306
13,276
13,340
13,412
13,703
13,872

5,854
5,888
5,989
6,021
6,113
6,163
6,177
6,228
6,269
6,345
6,409
6,419

129
107
231
221
118
138
108
52
180
280
147
99

12,129
3,150
3,152
3,070
3,029
3,010
3,086
3,090
3,155
3,246
3,408
3,324

299
233
268
270
302
268
272
256
267
283
276
388

Monthly averages:
January
,__
February
March
______
April
May
June
July
Augu@t
September
October
November
December
,
1

19,686
19,558
19,989
20,068
20,273
20,506
20,404
20,357
20,653
20,918
21,112
21,328

Total for 32 Federal Reserve Bank cities; not available for other cities prior to February 1927.




REPORTING MEMBER BANKS

141

NO. 48-WEEKLY REPORTING MEMBER BANKS IN 101 LEADING CITIES-PRINCIPAL ASSETS AND
LIABILITIES, WEEKLY AND MONTHLY, 1919-1941-Continued
.[Wednesday figures. In millions of dollars]
Investments

Loans

Total
loans
and
investments

Date or month

Total

Onsecurities

All
other

ReBorrowserves Cash Balances Net
U.S.
U.S. Interings
with demand Time aovern- .bank
Govern- Other with ' in
at
ment secu- Federal vault domestic deposits deposits ment deposits Federal
hanks
Total direct rities Reserve
deposits
Reserve
Banks
obligaBanks
tions

jan
jan
Jan
Jan

1928
4
11
18
25 -,

21,629
21,548
- 21,447
- 21,348

15,674
15,487
15,372
15,232

7,022
6,806
6,742
6,673

8,652
8,682
8,630
8,559

5,955
6,061
6,075
6,116

2,824
2,923
2,965
3,021

3,131
3,138
3,110
3,095

,846
,826
,798
,728

294
282
255
248

,383
,248
,237
,180

14,176
14,077
13,924
13,749

6,538
6,554
6,560
6,587

164
124
89
81

3,684
3,499
3,399
3,354

392
313
291
261

Feb
Feb
Feb
Feb
Feb

1
-- -- 21,419
21,333
8 - .-21,292
15
21,200
21
21,328
29

15,316
15,247
15,208
15,125
15,221

6,769
6,634
6,566
6,510
6,554

8,547
8,614
8,642
8,615
8,667

6,103
6,086
6,084
6,075
6,107

3,018
3,010
2,998
2,985
2,945

3,085
3,075
3,087
3,091
3,161

,777
,773
,755
,737
,749

238
251
254
245
242

,217
,148
,244
,132
,166

13,855
13,655
13,692
13,470
13,693

6,594
6,626
6,621
6,606
6,617

77
43
35
35
34

3,527
3,351
3,396
3,225
3,373

299
339
360
336
355

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

7
14
21
28

21,309
21,494
----- 21,555
21,651

15,231
15,407
15,350
15,491

6,510
6,614
6,545
6,675

8,721
8,793
8,805
8,815

6,078
6,088
6,205
6,160

2,935
2,924
3,030
2,986

3,143
3,164
3,175
3,175

,737
,730
,701
,738

248
248
242
242

,141
,192
,169
,141

13,618
13,773
13,431
13,492

6,638
6,663
6,712
6,743

10
10
281
281

3,400
3,364
3,202
3,201

360
352
353
383

Apr
Apr.
Apr
Apr.

4
11
18
25

31,972
21,930
21,958
21,918

15,831
15,808
15,808
15,771

6,953
6,875
6,920
6,949

8,878
8,933
8,838
8,822

6,141
6,122
6,149
6,147

2,972
2,980
3,001
2,999

3,170
3,142
3,148
3,148

,773
,801
,760
,797

244
249
239
242

,248
,183
,180
,123

13,825
13,871
13,855
13,707

6,731
6,748
6,766
6,803

273
235
169
117

3,400
3,215
3,170
3,045

468
470
469
545

May
May
May
May
May

2
9
16
23
29

22,162
22,122
22,171
.-- - 22,124
22,160

15,997
15,947
15,990
15,911
15,954

7,092
7,048
7,106
7,035
7,097

8,904
8,899
8,885
8,877
8,857

6,166
6,174
6,181
6,213
6,206

3,021
3,022
3,014
3,029
2,994

3,145
3,152
3,167
3,184
3,212

,809
,797
,754
,752
,742

240
248
235
245
246

,230
,153
,188
,098
,092

13,910
13,808
13,840
13,644
13,598

6,835
6,887
6,898
6,911
6,930

109
72
50
38
37

3,260
3,115
3,089
2,939
2,917

585
608
629
659
737

June 20
June 27

22,085
22,115
22,049
22,005

15,910
15,933
15,834
15,806

7,052
6,997
6,911
6,888

8,859
8,936
8,922
8,918

6,175
6,182
6,215
1,199

3,010
3,011
3,045
3,014

3,164
3,171
3,170
3,185

,756
,758
,714
,732

247
254
243
249

,109
,148
,130
,078

13,625
13,681
13,290
13,204

6,917
6,928
6,916
6,930

211
203

2,953
2,929
2,870
2,835

773
834
774
803

July 3
July 11
July 18
July 25

22,314
22,032
21,890
21,790

16,143
15,892
15,796
15,737

7,151
7,003
6,854
6,815

8,992
8,889
8,943
8,922

6,170
6,140
6,094
6,054

3,007
3,005
2,980
2,952

3,164
3,135
3,114
3,102

,780
,741
,687
,683

250
261
243
240

,220
,139
,098
,057

13,534
13,297
13,146
13,007

6,904
6,886
6,830
6,824

163
122
93
72

3,145
2,948
2,838
2,811

960
870
787
799

22,030
21,846
21 765
- - 21,686
21,716

15,917
15,863
15 797
15,756
15,791

6,954
6,860
6 781
6,745
6,740

8,963
9,003
9 016
9.011
9,051

6,113
5,983
5,968
5,930
5,925

3,036
2,935
2,919
2,904
2.903

3,077
3 047
3.049
3,026
3,022

,731
650
,665
,661
,654

234
243
236
245
246

,110
023
,058
' ,037
,002

13,145
12 838
12,910
12,785
12,829

6,840
6 824
6,831
6,823
6,839

245
194
185
148
118

2,945
2 813
2,798
2,723
2,727

854
827
765
798
787

21,833
21,787
21,980
21,884
-- -

15,906
15,879
15,941
15,868

6,860
6,814
6,874
6.81U

9,046
9,065
9,066
9,058

5,927
5,908
6,039
6,016

2,921
2,922
3,056
3,027

3,007
2.986
2,984
2,989

,659
,722
,730
,685

247
253
245
248

,109
,152
,174
,133

13,019
13.151
13,045
12,981

6,828
6.817
6,831
6,849

94
67
207
165

2,908
2,913
3,008
2,963

825
825
861
778

21,926
21,838
21,972
21,924
22,028

16,011
15,967
15,989
15,972
16,077

6,865
6,807
6,856
6,882
6,958

9,147
9,160
9,133
9,089
9,119

5,914
5,871
5,983
5,953
5,951

2,987
2,975
3,076
3,055
3,027

2,927
2,896
2,907
2,898
2,924

,708
,682
,717
,689
,738

"248
267
248
252
249

,196
,138
,231
,129
,154

13,182
13,158
13,252
13,165
13,325

6,824
6,833
6 848
6,845
6.865

99
65
190
142
135

3,174
3,031
3,150
2,936
3,075

801
770
720
688
703

7
14
21
28

21,991
21,875
21,973
22,094

16,096
15,990
16,097
16,200

7,031
6,947
7,104
7,246

9,065
9,043
8,993
8,954

5,895
5,885
5,876
5,894

3,009
2,993
2,972
2,977

2,886
2,892
2,904
2,917

,699
,715
,717
,725

269
265
253
268

,193
,266
,192
,149

13,305
13,367
13,396
13,408

6,846
6,852
6,849
6,846

92
73
73
54

3,082
3,119
3,000
2,960

736
641
585
762

Dec 5
Dee 12
Dec. 19
Dec. 26

22,190
22,068
-- 22,233
22,264

16,291
16,188
16,248
16,284

7,282
7,150
7,129
7,230

9,009
9,038
9,119
9,054

5,899
5,880
5,985
5,980

2,978
2,961
3,059
3,051

2,921
2,919
2,926
2,929

,722
,783
,709
,776

269
289
313
326

,191
,163
,207
,160

13,511
13,498
13,322
13,266

6,831
6,827
6,845
6,864

18
4
249
198

3,089
2,996
2,969
2,991

785
793
700
918

15,441
15,223
15,370
15,805
15,960
15 871
15,892
15,825
15,898
16,003
16,096
16,253

6, 8lT
6,606
6,586
6,924
7,075
6 962
6.955
6,816
6,840
6,874
7,082
7,198

8,631
8,617
8,784
8,880
8,884
8,909
8,937
9,009
9,059
9,130
9,014
9.055

6.052
6,091
6 f 133
6, HO
6,188
6,193
6,114
5,984
5,973
5,9345,888
5,936

2,933
2,991
2,969
2,988
3,016
3.020
2,986
2,940
2,981
3,024
2,988
3,013

3,119
3,100
3,164
3,152
3,172
3,173
3,129
3,044
2,991
2,910
2,900
2,924

,799
.758
,726
,783
,771
.740
,723
,672
,699
,707
,714
1,748

270
246
245
244
243
248
248
241
248
253
264
299

,262
,182
,161
,184
,152
.116
,129
,046
,142
,170
,200
,180

13,982
13,673
13,579
13,814
13,760
13,450
13,246
12,902
13,049
13,216
13,369
13,399

6,560
6,613
6,689
6,762
6,892
6,923
6,861
6,831
6,831
6,843
6,848
6,842

115
45
146
198
61
103
113
178
133
126
73
117

3,484
3,374
3,292
3,207
3,064
2,897
2,936
2,801
2,948
3,073
3,040
3,011

314
338
362
488
644
796
854
805
822
736
681
799

Aug 1
Aug. 8
Aug. 15
Aug 22
\ug. 29

Sept 5
Sept. 12 Sept 19
Sept 26
Oct
Oct.
Oct
Oct
Oct

Nov.
Nov
Nov.
Nov.

_

3
10
17
24
31

Monthly averages:
February
March
April
May
June
July
„
October
.
November
December




21,493
21,315
21,502
21,944
22,148
22,063
22,006
21,809
21,871
21,938
21,983
22,189

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142

BANKING AND MONETARY STATISTICS
NO. 48-WEEKLY REPORTING MEMBER BANKS IN 111 LEADING CITIES-PRINCIPAL ASSETS AND
LIABILITIES, WEEKLY AND MONTHLY, 1919-1941-Continued
[Wednesday figures. In millions of dollars]
Loans
Total
loana
and
investments

Date or month

Investments

BorRerowings
Balserves
Net
U.S.
U.S.
with Cash ances de- Time Gov- Inter- at
Fedin
Govwith mand de- ern- bank Federn- Other eral vault doTo brokers
eral
de- posits ment deand dealers To
de- posits ReAll Total ment secu- Remestic posits
direct rities serve
others other
banks
posits
serve
obligaBanks
OutBanks
In
tions
side
N.Y. N.Y.
City City

On securities

Total

Total

1929
2 _....
. 22,735
22,300
9
16
--- 22,263
22,131
23
30 .
... 22,174

16,803
16,329
16,186
16,060
16,121

7,818
7,440
7,461 1,726
7,364 1,650
7,446 1,724

8,985 5,931 3,007
8,889 5,971 3,050
5,735 8,725 6,077 3,120
5,714 8,696 6,071 3,116
803 4,919 8,675 6,053 3,101

2,925
2,921
2,957
2,954
2,952

1,859
1,765
1,771
1,730
1,759

292
271
242
244
244

1,381
1,190
1,221
1,170
1,122

13,983
13,608
13,611
13,366
13,395

6,912
6,896
6,885
6,885
6,893

167
111
90
83
84

3,418
3,099
3,026
2,962
2,864

930
655
598
554
580

22,295
22,240
22,180
„ 22,338

16,254
16,230
16,189
16,366

7,558
7,515
7,444
7,573

1,771
1,705
1,574
1,589

816
828
837
862

4,971
4,982
5,033
5,122

8,696
8,715
8,745
8,793

6,041
6,010
5,991
5,972

3,103
3,084
3,067
3,042

2,938
2,926
2,925
2,930

1,751
1,740
1,700
1,746

237
261
253
246

1,154
1,190
1,144
1,135

13,415
13,505
13,259
13,387

6,891
6,879
6,867
6,879

50
43
43
36

3,006
2,927
2,878
2,859

619
669
637
712

Mar
Mar.
Mar
Mar.

22,383
6
22,382
13
22,581
20
27 „....„.. 22,543

16,425
16,430
16,552
16,557

7,573
7,511
7,642
7,592

1,582
1,492
1,594
1,525

871
888
902
865

5,120
5,131
5,146
5,202

8,852
8,918
8,910
8,965

5,958
5,953
6,028
5,986

3,058
3,036
3,113
3,086

2,901
2,917
2,915
2,900

1,716
1,726
1,715
1,706

238
245
235
243

1,167
1,147
1,179
1,150

13,308
13,398
13,281
13,164

6,871
6,855
6,805
6,827

6
6
305
305

2,970
2,845
2,831
2,796

756
V16
711
779

Apr
Apr.
Apr
Apr.

22,561 16,583
3
10
_ -_„ 22,393 16,455
22,340 16,431
17
24 _ _ _ _
.. 22,259 16,388

7,516
7,380
7,353
7,319

1,428
1,315
1,291
1,349

859
836
831
827

5,229
5,229
5,231
5,143

9,068
9,076
9,078
9,068

5,978
5,938
5,909
5,871

3,075
3,024
3,020
3,002

2,902
2,914
2,890
2,868

1,688
1,672
1,671
1,658

240
238
227
235

1,179
1,151
1,138
1,076

13,157
13,052
13,118
12,977

6,830
6,789
6,779
6,775

289
258
165
148

2,840
2,726
2,725
2,542

766
706
729
698

22,313
22,094
22,156
.„_ 22,005
22,000

16,438
16,257
16,301
16,187
16,202

7,371
7,241
7,221
7,144
7,112

1,385
1,280
1,285
1,179
1,073

815
810
796
798
808

5,171
5,151
5,140
5,167
5,231

9,067
9,016
9,079
9,043
9,090

5,875
5,836
5,855
5,818
5,798

2,997
2,979
2,972
2,951
2,896

2,878
2,858
2,883
2,867
2,902

1,702
1,682
1,682
1,647
1,647

223
237
227
235
242

1,157
1,038
1,099
1,014
1,012

13,234
12,986
13,139
12,810
12,791

6,760
6,771
6,795
6,789
6,765

143
108
105
99
99

2,717
2,582
2,594
2,443
2,389

703
684
626
614
680

22,115
22,104
_.. 22,298
22,407

16,337
16,364
16,543
16,678

7,197
7,209
7,382
7,539

1,122
1,135
1,260
1,389

808
796
811
808

5,267
5,278
5,311
5,342

9,140
9,155
9,161
9,139

5,779
5,740
5,755
5,729

2,916
2,906
2,935
2,895

2,862
2,835
2,820
2,834

1,679
1,682
1,657
1,708

238
236
227
232

1,055
1,086
1,099
1,085

12,939
13,108
12,940
13,018

6,761
6,709
6,724
6,763

58
46
260
260

2,551
2,493
2,533
2,554

663
628
674
715

22,485 16,925 7,761
July 3
July 10...-.'. ....._ 22,434 16,906 7,704
22,409 16,892 7,644
July 17
22,459 16,970 7,683
July 24
22,606 17,058 7,787
July 31 '

1,611
1,573
1,541
1,601
1,622

795
808
784
773
785

5,355
5,323
5,319
5,309
5,380

9,164
9,202
9,248
9,287
9,270

5,560
5,528
5,518
5,490
5,549

2,759
2,740
2,742
2,723
2,747

2,800
2,789
2,775
2,766
2,802

1.724
1,677
1,699
1,710
1,707

243
275
256
243
236

1,181
1,090
1,121
1,096
1,083

13,293
13,170
13,219
13,146
13,395

6,679
6,654
6,648
6,674
6,712

193
154
152
88
85

2,880
] 2,683
2,674
2,669
2,776

826
850
790
771
767

49
44
44
37

2,687
2,634
2,556
2,540

770
726
687
685

Jan.
Jan
Jan.
Jan
Jan.

Feb 6
Feb. 13
Feb 20
Feb. 27

May 1
May 8
May 15
May 22
May 29
June 5
June 12
June 19
June 26

.

,

8

1

7
14
21
28

22,581
22,450
22,423
22,405

17,044
16,943
16,938
16,950

7,715
7,573
7,510
7,515

1 537
1,407
1,344
1,373

812
801
795
778

5,366
5,365
5,371
5,364

9,329
9,370
9,428
9,434

5,537
5,507
5,485
5,456

2,732
2,734
2,723
2,707

2,805
2,774
2,762
2,748

1,675
1,674
1,650
1,663

241
245
236
238

1,050
1,080
1,039
1,022

13,240
13,191
13,065
12,985

6,702
6.721
6,720
6,766

Sept. 4
Sept 11
Sept. 18
Sept. 25

22,591
22,570
22,742
22,682

17,150
17,142
17,254
17,244

7,632
7,578
7,686
7,720

1,475
1,416
1,482
1,429

786
784
797
834

5,371
5,378
5,407
5,457

9,518
9,564
9,567
9,524

5,441
5,429
5,489
5,438

2,699
2,694
2,719
2,680

2,741
2,735
2,770
2,757

1,675
1,707
1,721
1,708

240
246
236
236

1,115
1,116
1,156
1,112

13,184
13,283
13,179
13,072

6,808
6,799
6,805
6,829

11 2,722
2,712
227 2,747
227 2,690

761
702
673
688

22,829
22,673
22,794
22.895
24,431

17,428
17,269
17,397
17,500
18,934

7,828
7,687
7,875
7,920
9,179

1,455
1,335
1,526
1,480
2,306

863
813
801
810
913

5,510
5,539
5,548
5,630
5,960

9,600°
9,582
9,522
9,580
9,755

5,401
5,403
5,397
> 395
5,496

2,660
2,656
2,652
2,654
2,682

2,741
2,747
2,745
2.740
2,814

1,739
1,686
1,747
1,725 i
1,990

230
248
230
238
269

1,217
1,126
1,269
1 144
1,257

13,295
13,040
13,406
13,314
15,110

6,825
6,803
6,815
6,883
6,868

227
209
159
131
127

2,888
2,741
2,967
2,685
3,290

672
612
605
554
729

Nov. 6 _ _ . _ . -_„.._-- 24,073
Nov. 13= ... . .. 23,716
23,512
Nov. 20
23,353
Nov 27

18,489
18,115
17,861
17,698

8,746 1,776
8,369 1,345
7,991 1,025
7,889
985

841
836
767
715

6,129
6,188
6,199
6,189

9,743
9,746
9,871
9,809

5,584
5,601
5,650
5,655

2,750
2,748
2,784
2,808

2,834
2,854
2,867
2,847

1,904
1,952
1,875
1,744

276
277
259
265

1,256
1,287
1,211
1,090

14,765
14,570
14,227
13,890

6,835
6,756
6,722
6,760

83
77
58
50

3,214
3,071
2,943
2,802

730
688
597
603

23,142
, 1 22,922
22,942
22,890
23,163

17,538
17,375
17,356
17,305
17,649

7,889
7,818
7,898
7,931
8,304

707
681
684
700
739

6,213
6,121
6,128
6,140
6,149

9,649
9,557
9,458
9,374
9,344

5,604
5,547
5,587
5,585
5,514

2,755
2,719
2,743
2,710
2,593

2,849
2,828
2,844
2,876
2,921

1,766
1,767
1,774
1,703
1,726

261
280
296
291
262

1,150
1,120
1,166
1,122
1,316

13,714
13,776
13,676
13,589
14,118

6,722
6.698
i 6,702
6,723
6,787

33
27
113
92
82

2,900
2,762
2.822
2,797
3.150

580
493
468
502
405

Aug
Aug.
Aug
Aug

Oct. 2...
Oct 9
Get. 16.
Oct 23
Oct. 30

Dec.
Dec.
Dec
Dec.
Dec.

.

4„
11
18
24
31 . ...

S69
1,016
1,086
1,091
1,416

Monthly averages:
663
January
107 3,074
259 1,217 13,593 6,894
8,794 6,021 3,079 2,942 1,777
22,320 16,300 7,506
659
249 1,156 13,391 6,879
22,263 16,260 7,522 1,659
February43 2,918
836 5,027 8,737 6,004 3,074 2,930 1,734
740
22,472 16,491 7,580 1,549
March
155 2,861
240 1,161 13,288 6,839
5,150 8,911 5,981 3,073 2,908 1,715
881
725
235 1,136 13,076 6,793
22,388 16,464 7,392 1,346
April
215 2,709
838 5,208 9,073 5,924 3,030 2,893 1,672
661
111 2,545
233 1,064 12,992 6,776
22,113 16,277 7,218 1,240
May
806 5,172 9,059 5,836 2,959 2,878 1,672
670
233 1,081 13,001 6,739
June.
..
156 2,532
805 5,300 9,149 5,751 2,913 2,838 1,681
22,231 16,480 7,332 1,227
801
251 1,114 13,245 6,673
134 2,738.
22,479 16,950 7,716 1,590
July
789 5,337 9,234 5,529 2,742 2,787 1,703
717
240 1,048 13,120 6,728
August
44 2,004
796 5,367 9,390 5,496 2,724 2,772 1,665
22,465 16,969 7,578 1,415
706
September
116 2,718
239 ,125 13,180 6,810
800 5,403 9,543 5,449 2,698 2,751 1,703
22,646 17,197 7,654 1,451
634
171 2,914
243 1,202 13,633 6,839
23,124 17,706 8,098 1,621 840 5,637 9,608 5,418 2,661 2,757 1,777
October
655
269 1,211 14,363 6,768
67 3,008
790 6,176 9,792 5,623 2,772 2,850 1,869
23,663 18,041 8,249 1,283
November
490
69 2,886
278 1,175 13,774 6,727
702 6,150 9.476 5,567 2,704 2,864 1,747
December..,.,,- .. 23,012 17,444 7,968 ,116
1
Loans to brokers and dealers outside New York City not available separately for January 16and 23; included in loans on securities "toothers."




REPORTING MEMBER BANKS

143

NO. 48-WEEKLY REPORTING MEMBER BANKS IN 101 LEADING CITIES-PRINCIPAL ASSETS AND
LIABILITIES, WEEKLY AND MONTHLY, 1919-1941-Continued
[Wednesday figures. In millions of dollars]
Investments

Loans

Total
loans
and
investments

Date pr month

Jan. 8
Jan. 15
Jan. 22
Jan. 29

1930

BorRerowserves
Net
BalU.S.
ings
with Cash ances
deU.S.
Time Gov- Inter- at
in
Govwith mand deFedern- bank Federn- Other eral vault doTo brokers
de- posits ment deeral
To
and dealers
mestic posits
AH Total ment secu- Rede- posits Reothers other
direct rities serve
banks
posits
serve
Banks
OutobligaBanks
In
tions
side
N.Y. N.Y.
City City

On securities

Total

Total

-- 22,600 17,041
-- 22,412 16,858
22,256 16,707
— - 22,205 16,676

7,906
7,854
7,733
7,681

1,183
1,229
1,199
1,202

679
652
636
632

6,044
5,973
5,898
5,847

9,134
9,005
8,974
8,995

5,559
5,554
5,549
5,529

2,692
2,724
2,737
2,722

2,867
2,830
2,812
2,807

1,727
1,725
1,730
1,691

257
238
230
232

1,130
1,131
1,078
1,028

13,418
13,392
13,135
12,949

6,807
6,853
6,915
6,913

46
39
36
36

2,937
2,910
2,736
2,729

344
230
220
193

18
9
4
5

2*899
2,848
2,734
2,790

173
185
186
152

Feb 5
Feb. 12
Feb 19
Feb. 26

22,132
22,106
22,090
22,003

16,630
16,593
16,519
16,428

7,692
7,682
7,669
7,641

1,322
1,361
1,406
1,409

607
587
592
583

5,763
5,734
5,671
5,649

8,938
8,911
8,850
8,787

5,503
5,513
5,571
5,575

2,725
2,744
2,808
2,801

2,778
2,769
2,763
2,774

1,702
1,688
1,695
1,731

222
225
232
221

1,110
1,131
1,104
1,082

13,010
12,978
12,966
12,943

6,863
6,856
6,851
6,874

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

5
12
19
26

22,101
22,232
22,514
22,563

16,547
16,704
16,847
16,885

7,737
7,883
8,054
8,183

1,502
1,711
1,931
2,077

578
568
571
593

5,657
5,604
5,552
5,513

8,810
8,821
8,793
8,702

5,554
5,528
5,667
5,678

2,766
2,753
2,861
2,844

2,788
2,775
2,806
2,834

,683
,733
,653
,719

218
222
212
212

1,098
1,113
1,219
1,204

12,940
13,152
13,076
13,205

6,887
6,948
6,975
7,085

2,910
2,827
280 2,933
238 2.922

128
96
51
47

Apr.
Apr
Apr.
Apr
Apr.

2
9
16
23
30

22,633
22,560
22,592
22,746
22,753

16,913
16,829
16,845
16,955
16,964

8,244
8,163
8,238
8,326
8,381

2,163
2,144
2,217
2,250
2,339

606
605
620
638
631

5,475
5,414
5,401
5,438
5,411

8,669
8,666
8,607
8,629
8,583

5,719
5,731
5,747
5,791
5,789

2,848
2,838
2,849
2,873
2,852

2,872
2,893
2,898
2,917
2,937

,738
,714
,746
,727
,774

207
216
207
221
214

1,232
1,130
1,194
1,155
1,188

13,329
13,208
13,383
13,455
13,581

7,087
7,102
7,068
7,034
7,055

217
173
141
108
96

3,061
2,954
2,961
2,797
2,930

82
75
65
58
74

22,645
22,616
22,661
22,726

16,852
16,806
16,806
16,837

8,259
8,246
8,322
8,421

2,222
2,212
2,275
2,340

652
657
663
676

5,385
5,377
5,384
5,405

8,593
8,560
8,484
8,416

5,792
5,811
5,855
5,889

2,837
2,831
2,842
2,811

2,955
2,980
3,013
3,078

,727
,755
,757
,742

218
225
213
235

1,181
1,237
1.187
1,137

13,327
13,467
13,389
13,388

7,079
7,100
7,132
7,159

51
51
51
51

2,924
2,935
2,825
2,798

79
47
43
67

22,957
22,882
23,118
23,140

17,038
16,966
17,128
17,059

8,598
8,557
8,608
8,479

2,461
2,430
2,367
2,173

679
681
720
706

5,458
5,446
5,521
5,600

8,441
8,409
8,520
8,580

5,919
5,917
5,989
6,081

2,799
2,776
2,849
2,877

3,120
3,140
3,140
3,204

,775
,783
,788
,779

221
223
215
216

1,250
1,243
1,375
1,358

13,633
13,686
13,638
13,566

7,161
7,182
7,228
7,273

28
20
213
212

3,064
2,975
3,117
3,098

67
48
44
54

23,080
22,987
23,106
23,096
..--. 23,236

16,960
16,869
16,906
16,852
16,945

8,435
8,359
8,397
8,372
8,391

2,127
2,073
2,141
2,153
2,189

708
703
690
669
666

5,600
5,583
5,566
5,550
5,536

8,525
8,509
8,508
8,480
8,554

6,120
6,118
6,200
6,243
6,291

2,851
2,861
2,915
2,930
2,932

3,269
3,257
3,285
3,313
3,359

1,792
1,790
1,840
1,824
U818

230
230
212
211
215

1,583
1,484
1,604
1,653
1,565

13,740
13,587
13,784
13,692
13,798

7,315
7,326
7.399
7,400
7,352

193
147
134
120
109

3,401
3,392
3,394
3,467
3,365

84
67
45
32
35

23,163
23,092
23,136
23,122

16,906
16,857
16,795
16,793

8,409
8,349
8,289
8,350

2,227
2,157
2,105
2,140

637
646
648
640

5,545
5,546
5,536
5,570

8,497
8,507
8,507
8,443

6,257
6,235
6,340
6,329

2,877
2,860
2,922
2.909

3,380
3,375
3,418
3,420

1,752
1,789
1,807
1,814

205
214
203
211

1,518
1,564
1,478
1,502

13,664
13,705
13,627
13,606

7,357
7,394
7,408
7,439

65
46
46
46

3,382
3,362
3,291
3,302

51
38
44
40

23,168 16,830
.- 23,165 16,812
. .- 23,250 16,881
23,297 16,912

8,357
8,324
8,396
8,454

2,175
2,179
2,285
2,309

650
632
633
674

5,532
5,513
5,478
5,471

8,473
8,488
8,484
8,458

6,338
6,353
6,369
6,385

2,910
2,915
2,932
2,933

3,428
3,438
3,437
3,452

1,786
1,817
1,836
1,816

207
216
204
208

1,579
1,569
1,680
1,635

13,629
13,700
13,618
13,542

7,471
7,478
7,448
7,489

16 3,494
3,438
182 3,590
182 3,497

79
37
28
33

23,467
23,297
23,404
23,383
23,495

17,013
16,813
16,864
16,716
16,764

8,476
8,260
8,250
8,135
8,065

2,264
2,121
1,995
1,890
1,801

667
650
722
692
668

5,545
5,489
5,533
5,553
5,596

8,538
8,552
8,613
8,581
8,699

6,454
6,485
6,541
6,667
6,731

2,946
2,970
2,996
3,060
3,050

3,508
3,515
3,544
3,607
3,681

1,787
1,802
1,827
1,827
1,879

201
212
209
212
216

1,657
1,645
1,696
1,509
1,568

13,812
13,557
13,767
13,710
13,830

7,534
7,541
7,535
7,560
7,577

181
147
142
122
113

3,664
3,604
3,639
3,389
3,427

44
39
76
58
6,2

71
48
34
34

3,606
3,593
3,499
3,413

78
61
62
84

May?
May 14
May 21
May 28

-

June 4
June 1 1
June 18.
June 25
July 2
July 9
July 16
July 23
July 30 -

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug

6
13
20
27

Sept. 3
Sept. 10
Sept. 17
Sept 24

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct

1
8-_
15
22
29

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

5
12
19
26.

23,511
23,435
23,494
23,381

16,806
16,668
16,690
16,527

8,085
7,904
7,838
7,761

1,772
1,570
1,522
1,464

660
640
622
606

5,653
5,694
5,694
5,691

8,721
8,763
8,852
8,766

6,704
6,767
6,804
6,854

3,042
3,063
3,105
3,093

3,662
3,704
3,699
3,761

1,791
1,881
1,830
1,814

223
229
222
237

1,627
1,672
1,658
1,531

13,829
14,049
13,974
13,882

7 t 547
7,552
7,486
7,487

Dec.
Dec,
Dec.
Dec.
Dec.

3
10
17^
24
31

23,316
23,242
23,084
_. 22,985
22,956

16,516
16,426
16,258
16,200
16,263

7,769
7,769
7,747
7,779
7,814

1,464
1,478
1,388
1,375
1,396

618
616
633
621
614

5,687
5,675
5,726
5,783
5,804

8,747
8,656
8,511
8,421
8,449

6,800
6,816
6,827
6,785
6,693

3,095
3,144
3,214
3,156
2,992

3,706
3,672
3,612
3,629
3,701

1,816
1,849
1,854
1,772
1,878

230
269
293
318
287

1,526
1,492
1,481
1,407
1,617

13,908
13,914
13,771
13,603
13,999

7,372
7,355
7,180
7,126
7,070

3,455
3,339
248 3,434
202 3,203
204 3,539

99
106
160
250
89

16,821
16,542
16,746
16,901
16,825
17,048
16,906
16,838
16,859
16,834
16,673
16,332

7,794
7,671
7,964
8,270
8,312
8,560
8,391
8,349
8,383
8,237
7,897
7,776

1,203
1.375
1,805
2,222
2,262
2,358
2,137
2,157
2,237
2,014
1,582
1,420

650
592
577
620
662
696'
687
642
647
680
632
621

5,941
5,704
5,582
5,428
5,388
5,506
5.567
5,550
5,499
5,543
5,683
5,735

9,027
8,871
8,781
8,631
8,513
8,487
8,515
8,488
8,476
8,597
8,776
8,557

5,548
5, -541
5,607
5,756
5,837
5,977
6,194
6,291
6,361
6,575
6,782
6,784

2,719
2,770
2,806
2,852
2,830
2,825
,2,898
12,892
12,923
3,004
3,076
3,120

2,829
2,771
2,801
2,903
3,006
3,151
3,297
3,398
3,439
3,571
3,707
3,664

1,718
1,704
1,697
1,740
1,745
1,781
1,813
1,791
1,813
1,824
1,829
1,834

239
225
216
213
223
219
220
208
209
210
228
280

1,092
1,107
1,159
1,180
1,185
1,306
1,577
1,516
1,616
1,615
1,622
1,505

13,224
12,974
13,093
13,391
13,393
13,631
13,720
13,651
13.622
13,735
13,934
13,839

6,872
6,861
6,974
7,069
7,118
7,211
7,358
7,399
7,471
7,549
7,518
7,221

39
9
129
147
51
118
141
51
95
141
46
131

2,828
2,818
2,898
2,940
2,870
3,063
3,404
3,334
3,505
3,545
3,528
3,394

247
174
81
71
59
53
53
43
44
56
71
141

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




22,368
22,083
22,352
22,657
22,662
23,024
23,101
23,128
23,220
23,409
23,455
23,117

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BANKING AND MONETARY STATISTICS
NO, 48-WEEKIY REPORTING MEMBER BANKS IN 101 LEADING CITIES-PRINCIPAL ASSETS AND
LIABILITIES, WEEKLY AND MONTHLY, 1919-1941-Continued
[Wednesday figures. In millions of dollars]
Loans

Investments

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Date or month

Total
loans
and
investments

1931
Jan. 7... ..__ —
Jan. 14
Jan. 21
——_
Jan. 28

22,776
22,666
22,603
22,596

16,064
15,922
15,839
15,753

7,653
7,522
7,425
7,379

1,359
1.310
1,273
1,269

586
559
543
533

5,708
5,653
5,609
5,577

8,411
8,400
8,414
8,374

6,712
6,743
6,764
6,843

3,089
3,146
3,185
3,231

3,623
3,598
3,579
3,612

1,827
1,870
1,846
1,842

282
255
230
228

1,596
1,710
1,681
1,692

13,821
13,862
13,689
13,680

7,043
7,059
7,090
7,099

J4S
115
101
93

3,597
3,698
3,619
3,622

126
80
70
53

93
80
80
80

Total

Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.

4
11
18
25

22,682
. — _ 22,659
22,650
. . .. 22,647

15,668
15,605
15,494
15,464

7,303
7,319
7,325
7,313

1,271
1,308
1,348
1,373

525
520
519
517

5,507
5,491
5,458
5,423

8,365
8,286
8,169
8,151

7,014
7,054
7,156
7,183

3,356
3,355
3,414
3,414

3,658
3,699
3,742
3,769

1,785
1,786
1,796
1,801

217
234
213
224

1,736
1,778
1,782
1,848

13,649
13,672
13,570
13,614

7,160
7,175
7,243
7,275

3,779
3,826
3,807
3,777

65
68
52
42

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

4
11
18
25

...... 22,621
22,577
. .. 23,111
23,046

15,441
15,377
15,518
15,470

7,256
7,237
7,365
7,349

1,368
1,370
1,503
1,526

528
523
516
506

5,360
5,344
5,346
5,317

8,185
8,140
8,153
8,121

7,180
7,200
7,593
7,576

3,444
3,435
3,860
3,814

3,736
3,765
3,733
3,762

1,773
1,847
1,846
1,779

211
215
205
205

1,855
1,808
1,956
1,866

13,514
13,725
13,782
13,690

29 3,835
7,289
7,247
3,755
7,249 "522" 3,994
7,278
408 3,912

47
33
27
35

Apr.
Apr.
Apr.
Apr.
Apr

!__.•
8
15
22
29

_ — __.. r 22,933
22,845
23,051
_ — 22,937
29,896

15,382
15,212
15,258
15,139
14,993

7,256
7,146
7,194
7,138
7,052

1,498
1,414
1,452
1,475
1,359

504
503
542
514
514

5,254
5,229
5,200
5,149
5,179

8.126
8,066
8,064
8,001
7,941

7,551
7,633
7,793
7,848
7,903

3,777
3,848
3,977
3,968
3,996

3,774
3,785
3,816
3,880
3,907

1,810
1,797
1,768
1,790
1,832

203
211
208
214
222

1,769
1,776
1,804
1,686
1,603

13,749
13,678
13,811
13,752
13,664

7,296
7,273
7,304
7,358
7,410

345
303
395
275
218

3,989
3,907
3,898
3,680
3,594

29
20
19
21
38

May
May
May
May

6
13
20
27

22,768
22,778
22,708
22,598

14,922
14,925
14,905
14,813

7,036
7,046
6,981
6,928

1,358
1,377
1,309
1,240

509
500
505
497

5,169
5,169
5,167
5,191

7,886
7,879
7,924
7,885

7,846
7,853
7,803
7,785

3,970
3,975
3,947
3,937

3,876
3,878
3,856
3,848

1,820
1,835
1,834
1,847

229
226
223
226

1,649
1,839
1,724
1,732

13 60S
13,777
13,757
13,625

7,422
7,398
7,409 '
7,399

144
121
64
38

3,712
3,848
3,670
3,632

36
22
28
29

22,536
22,452
22,425
_..„.. 22,343

14,730
14,641
14,582
14,540

6,867
6,791
6,720
6,703

1,212
1,150
1,082
1,079

489
488
486
476

5,166
5,153
5,152
5,148

7,863
7,850
7,862
7,837

7,806
7,811
7,843
7,803

3,989
4,019
4.091
4,094

3,817
3,792
3,752
3,709

1,790
1,821
1,816
1,879

215
238
232
232

1,718
1,793
1,555
1,523

13,605
13,552
13,255
13,286

7,347
7,325
7,191
7,169

9
9
310
309

3,705
3,698
3,392
3,339

46
59
57
63

July 1
July 8 .
July 15
July 22
July 29

22,486
22,487
22,415
22,284
22,296

14,691
14,636
14,635
14,527
14,486

6,745
6,665
6,633
6,570
6,544

1,139
1,111
1,093
1,076
1,048

479
493
488
475
474

5,127
5,061
5,052
5,019
5,022

7,946
7,971
8,002
7,957
7,942

7,795
7,851
7,780
7,757
7,810

4,129
4,124
4,119
4,101
4,133

3,666
3,727
3,661
3,656
3,677

1,808
1,854
1,854
1,855
1,844

233
232
217
218
220

1,719 13,688 7,172
1,702 13,604 7,176
1,698 3,634 7,142
1,606 3,481 7,121
1.557 13,473 7,144

309
271
237
209
190

3,780
, 3,71!)
3,603
1,43S
: 3,363

22
40
43
60
55

Aug. 5
Aug. 12.
Aug. 19
Aug. 26

22,264
22,075
22,001
22,030

14,506
14,342
14,338
14,335

6,512 1,012
995
6,479
6,453 1,002
6,477 1,011

475
470
470
469

5,025
5,014
4,981
4,997

7,994
7,863
7,885
7,858

7,758
7,733
7,663
7,695

4,117
4.069
4,031
4,078

3,641
3,664
3,632
3,617

1,758
1,821
1,814
1,787

220 ,546 3,414
233 1,477 13,355
236 1,426 3,196
247 ,322 13,195

130
75
45
42

3,456
1,343
1,219
| 1,052

58
56
90
94

Sept. 2
Sept. 9
Sept. 16
Sept. 23
Sept. 30U

22,063
22,016
22,132
22,072
. ..__ 22,107

14,398
14,333
14,263
14,228
14,191

6,500 1,036
6,442
995
6,414
955
901
6,361
6,346
885

468"
466
452
463
463

4,996
4,981
5,007
4,997
4,998

,898
,891
,849
,867
,845

7,665
7,683
7,869
7,844
7,916

4,046
4,038
4,265
4,197
4,223

3,619
3,645
3,604
3,647
3,693

227
1,807
242
1,739
1,858 [ 225
259
1,736
255
1,816

,374
,341
,358
,247
,282

3,244
3,195
3,134
2,885
3,227

21,689
.... 21,501
21,289
21,221

13,858
13,680
13,541
13,521

8,081 '
6,001
5,906
5,897

739
650
573
564

439
420
412
399

4,903
4,931
4,921
4,934

,777
,679
,635
,624

7,831
7,821
7,748
7,700

4,194
4,200
4,159
4,133

3,637
3,621
3,589
3,567

1,727
1,680
1,748
1,714

271
278
265
264

,131
,155
,039
981

2,739
2,587
2,521
2,449

6,624
309 2,881
6,536 ' 282 I 2,787
6,418
187 2,624
6,358
161 2,528

274
414
451
453

June 3
June 10
June 17
June 24..

Got. 7
Oct. 14
Oct. 21
Oct. 28

7,099
7,105
7, OSS
7,017
7,003
6,950
i 6, §95 [
6,837
6,775

42 1,192
«J,144
420 J,078 i
404 2,907
376 3,071

107
113
113
146
154

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

4.. _ _ _ _ _ _
11.
18
25

21,147
21,033
21,002
20,908

13,510
13,421
13,442
13,405

5,867
5,848
5,889
5,831

550
536
621
589

398
391
397
391

4,919
4,921
4,871
4,851

,643
,573
,553
,574

7,637
7,612
7,560
7,503

4,108
4,099
4,064
4,017

3,529
3,513
3,496
3,486

1,605
1,583
1,608
1,614

264
254
238
245

,043
,057
,020
952 !

2,343
2,287
2,279
2,206

6,297
6,256 1
6,241 i
6,211

2,654
2,626
2,543
2,452

428
406
385
397

Dec.
Dec.
Dec.
Dee.
Dec.

20,856
2...
20,664
9
20,963
16
23... — . . _ _ _ 20,734
30.
.... 20,532

13,350
13,237
13,212
13,119
13,104

5,807
5,760
5,740
5,733
5,777

559
565
533
495
483

386 4,862
354 4,841
382 ,825
379 ,859
375 ,919

,543
,477
,472
,386
,327

7,506
7,427
7,751
7,615
7,428

4,033
3,997
4,336
4,208
4,060

3,473
3,430
3,415
3,407
3,368

1,567
1,591
1,667
1,526
1,833

236
248
259
292
271

988
928
,012
939
993

2,199
2,105
2,168
1,771
1,877

6,142
57 2.513
: 6,073 !
5 2,387
553 2,540
6,004
5,947 ! 352 3,385
5,898 j 352 2,472

424
428
392
567
685

Monthly averages:
22,660
Januarv
22,659
February
March
..... 22,839
22,942
April
22,713
May
22,439
June
July...........— 22,393
22,093
A ugust
22,078
September
21,425
October
November,, „ _„«. _ 21,023
20,749
December

15,894
15,557
15,452
15,197
14,891
14,623
14,595
14,380
14,283
13,650
13,445
13,204

7,495
7,315
7,302
7,157
6,998
6,770
6,631
6,480
6,413
5,971
5,859
5,763

1,303
1,325
1,442
1,440
1,321
1,131
1,093
1,005
955
631
574
527

8,399 6,766 3,163 3,603 1,846
8,242 ,102 3,385 3,717 1,792
8,150 ,387 3,638 3,749 1,811
8,040 ,745 3,913 3,832 1,799
,893 ,822 3,957 3,865 1,836
,853 ,816 4,048 3,768 1,827
,964 ,798 4,121 3,677 1,843
,900 ,713 4,074 3,639 ,795
,870 ,795 4,154 3,641 1,791
,679 ,775 4,171 3,604 1,717
,586 ,578 4,072 3,506 ,603
,441 ,545 4,127 3,418 1,637

249
222
209
212
226
229
224
234
242
270
250
261

,670
,786
SB71
,728
,736
,647
,656
,443
,320
,077
,018
972

3,763
3,626
3,678
3,731
3,692
3,425
3,576
3,290
3,137
2,574
2,279
2,024

114 3,634
7,073
7,213 i 83 3,797
240 3,874
7,266
1 7,328
307 3,814
: 7,407
92 3,716
7,258
159 3,534
7,151 ' 243 3,582
7,070
73 1,268
248 3,078
6,892
6,484
235 2,705
6,251
95 2,569
6,013
264 2,459

82
57
35
26
28
56
44
75
127
398
404
499




555
520
518
515
503
485
482
471'
462
418
394
375

,637
,470
,342
,202
,174
,154
,056
,004
,996
,922
,891
,861

(

129
89
S9
71

REPORTING MEMBER BANKS

145

NO. 48-WEEKLY REPORTING MEMBER BANKS IN 101 LEADING CITIES-PRINCIPAL ASSETS AND
LIABILITIES, WEEKLY AND MONTHLY, 1919-1941-Continued
[Wednesday figures. In millions of dollars]
Investments

Loans

BorRerowserves
BalNet
U.S.
ings
with Cash ances deTime Gov- Inter- at
U.S.
in
with mand de- ern- bank FedFedGovde- posits ment deern- Other eral vault doTo brokers
eral
mestic posits
All Total ment secu- ReTo
and dealers
de- posits Rebanks
othera other
direct rities serve
posits
serve
Ban-ks
obligaOutBanks
tions
side
In
N.Y. N.Y,
City City

On securities
Date!or month

1932

Total
loans
and
investments

Total

Total

6
13
20
27

20,379
20,287
20,052
19,992

13,077
13,031
12,635
12,855

5,687
5,660
5,632
5,596

450
439
412
396

362
358
346
340

4,875
4,863
4,874
4,860

7,390
7,371
7,303
7,259

7,302
7,256
7,117
7,137

4,057
3,996
3,880
3,841

3,245
3,260
3,237
3,296

1,543
1,516
1,501
1,482

256
249
240
234

987"
927
891
861

11,781
11,643
11,476
11,453

5,854
5,843
5,818
5,771

296
265
253
238

2,572
2,427
2,382
2,311

483
469
457
467

Feb. 3
Feb 10
Feb 17
Feb 24

19,979
19,785
19,731
_ „ _ _ 19,606

12,830
12,716
12,691
12,609

5,574
5,504
5,474
5,438

388
375
390
384

341
333
327
329

4,845
4,796
4,757
4,725

7,256
7,212
7,217
7,171

7,149
7,069
7,040
6,997

3,925
3,853
3,840
3,806

3,224
3,216
3,200
3,191

1,460
1,442
1,431
1,416

220
235
218
228

918
898
887
874

11,166
11,090
11,067
11,001

5,751
5,724
5.700
5,685

453
390
349
295

2,357
2,305
2,301
2,262

492
472
493
478

Jan
Jan.
Jan
Jan.

Mar.
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

2
9
16
23
30

19,523
19,305
19,588
19,403
19,354

12,588
12,436
12,388
12,254
12,211

5,440
5,426
5,413
5,337
5,328

391
446
456
423
428

323
321
322
319
318

4,726
4,659
4,635
4,595'
4,582

7,148
7,010
6,975
6,917
6,883

6,935
6,869
7,200
7,149
7,143

3,742
3,704
4,016
3,951
3,920

3,193
3,165
3,184
3,198
3,223

1,431
1,448
1,452
1,446
1,459

206
211
202
210
215

912
872
972
917
949

11,003
10,970
10,992
10,843
10,941

5,700
5,714
5,687
5,675
5,680

225
153
547
485
452

2.386
2,340
2,444
2,376
2,400

474
397
328
334
305

Apr
Apr.
Apr
Apr.

6
13
20
27

19,173
19,058
19,119
19,033

12,060
11,970
11,969
11,882

5,222
5,148
5,131
5,099

414
389
404
394

311
300
300
305

4,497
4,459
4,427
4,400

6,838
6,822
6,838
6,783

7,113
7,088
7,150
7,151

3,882
3,858
3,874
3,884

3,231
3,230
3,276
3,267

1,475
1,546
1,512
1,657

201
206
199
207

1,010
1,069
1,084
1,163

10,875
10,976
11,053
11,144

5,656
5,629
5,655
5,685

381
329
212
177

2,561
2,575
2,613
2,682

313
314
255
225

May
May
May
May

4 ..
11
18
25

19,277
19,140
19,037
18,994

11,842
11,717
11,661
11,588

5,063
4,977
4,950
4,910

405
342
323
305

304
296
285
286

4,354
4,339
4,342
4,319

6,779
6,740
6,711
6,678

7,435
7, 423
7,376
7,406

4,163
4,144
4,093
4,084

3,272
3,279
3,283
3,322

1,668
1,682
1,718
1,753

201
208
207
208

1,250
1,235
1,233
1,210

11,082
11,146
11,134
11,158

5,705
5,709
5,674
5,673

485
369
320
271

2,832
2,787
2,756
2,734

205
175
180
178

June 22
June 29 .

_ -- 19,016
18,712
19,087
18,819
-- .- 18,754

11,631
11,397
11,515
11,297
11,263

4,907
4,798
4,828
14,778
4,745

322
287
318
277
261

283
276
287
273
283

4,302
4,235
4,223
4,228
4,201

6,724
6,599
6,687
6,519
6,518

7,385
7,315
7,572
7,522
7,491

4,032
4,077
4,338
4,298
4,254

3,353
3,238
3,234
3,224
3,237

1,658
1,639
1,637
1,611
1,584

202
205
205
213
240

1,202
1,203
1,246
1,225
1,167

11,102
10,991
11,119
10,926
10,925

5,664
5,624
5,601
5,568
5,542

243
114
457
394
340

2,740
2,727
2,747
3,660
2,581

197
207
198
189
167

July 6
July 13 .
July 20
July 27

18,532
18,478
18,333
. .- 18,334

11,116
11,149
11,028
10,992

4,632
4,626
4,618
4,587

247
260
250
249

272
"267
262
260

4,113
4,099
4,106
4,078

6,484
6,523
6,410
6,405

7,416
7,329
7,305
7,342

4,210
4,123
4,107
4.136

3,206
3,206
3,198
3,206

1,510
1,558
1,578
1,627

228
227
224
214

1,175
1,190
1,166
1,147

10,799
10,879
10,735
10,758

5,542
5,525
5,537
5,588

201
128
88
65

2,636
2,632
2,601
2.556

197
207
229
214

Aug
Aug
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

18,696
- .- 18,622
18,580
18,499
18,539

10,996
10,958
10,909
10,828
10,796

4,632
4,612
4,586
4,551
4,512

251
266
264
274
263

270
258
260
256
256

4,111
4,088
4,062
4,021
3,993

6,364
6,346
6,323
6,277
6,284

7,700
7,664
7,671
7,671
7,743

4,488
4,482
4,499
4,491
4,535

3,212
3,182
3,172
3,180
3,208

1,558
1,618
1,633
1,698
1,710

202
208
201
206
204

1,217
1,240
1,278
1,266
1,288

10,751
10,795
10,819
10,862
10,982

5,612
5,63.8
5,633
5,635
5,632

361
304
252
223
182

2,685
2,713
2.744
2,717
2,758

188
163
162
150
158

Sept. 7
Sept. 14.
Sept. 21Sept. 28

- -- 18,564
18,556
18,930
18,907

10,812
10,766
10,729
10,706

4,519
4,547
4,511
4,521

293
354
329
346

256
"260
257
254

3,970
3,933
3,925
3,921

6,293
6,219
6,218
6,185

7,752
7,790
8,201
8,201

4,535
4,559
4,981
4,960

3,217
3,231
3,220
3,241

1,703
1,810
1,767
1,831

206
217
198
206

1,347
1,462
1,431
1,448

11,011
11,232
11,100
11,229

5,622
5,610
5,627
5,640

147
147
608
608

2,875
2,997
2,962
2,991

153
148
113
101

Get
Oct
Oct.
Oct

5
12
19
26

18,882
18,981
19,121
- -- 19,118

10,637
10,634
10,632
10,516

4,481
4,467
4,447
4,352

348
357
356
277

250
255
259
252

3,883
3,855
3,832
3,823

6,156
6,167
6,185
6,164

8,245
8,347
8,489
8,602

5,003
5,064
5,195
5,298

3,242
3,283
3,294
3,304

1,828
1,799
1,871
1,975

197
207
203
203

1,539
1,570
1,589
1,555

11,208
11,309
11,382
11,470

5,644
5,660
5,692
5,725

593
550
598
560

3,198
3,189
3,212
3,164

107
107
94
103

Nov 2
Nov. 9 - .
Nov. 16
Nov 23
Nov. 30

19,026
19,026
... 18,947
18,933
19,002

10,441
10,425
10,343
10,375
10,413

4,311
4,295
4,249
4,257
4,288

287
239
286 . 235
271
230
277
230
282
232

3,785
3,774
3,748
3,750
3,774

6,130
6,130
6,094
6,118
6,125

8,585
8,601
8,604
8,558
8,589

5,284
5,291
5,303
5,252
5,266

3,301
3,310
3,301
3,306
3,323

1,929
1,907
1,957
1,966
1,985

189
217
199
211
209

1,589
1,618
1,675
1,623
1,639

11,461
11,505
11,584
11,559
11,745

5,709
5,707
5,694
5,682
5,668

534
484
466
441
423

3,241
3,294
3,335
3,267
3,290

105
99
98
95
97

Dec. 7.
Dec 14
Deo. 21
Dec. 28

... 18,841
18,839
18,874
. .. 18,804

10,364
10,331
10,368
10,297

4,307
4,322
4,331
4,315

321
340
335
340

229
231
242
239

3,757
3,751
3,754
3,736

6,057
6,009
6,037
5,982

8,477
8,508
8,506
8,507

5,226
5,209
5,236
5,207

3,251,
3,299
3,270
3,300

1,955
1,992
2,014
2,049

212
229
242
233

1,646
1,714
1,691
1,710

11,552
11,714
11,727
11,758

5,644
5,653
5,6,41
5,656

368
348
426
399

3,308
3,330
3,309
3,304

89
79
64
67

12,975
12,711
12,375
11,970
11,702
11,420
11,071
10,897
10,753
10.605
10,400
10,340

5,644
5,497
5,388
5,150
4,975
4,811
4,616
4,578
4,524
4,437
4,280
4,319

424
384
429
400
344
293
252
264
330
335
281
334

352
332
320
304
293
280
265
260
257
254
233
235

4,868
4,781
4,639
4,446
4,338
4,238
4,099
4,054
3,937
3,848
3,766
3,750

7,331
7,214
6,987
6,820
6,727
6,609
6,455
6,319
6; 229
6,168
6,120
6,021

7,203
7,064
7,059
7,126
7,410
7,457
7,348
7,690
7,986
8,421
8,587
8,500

3,943
3,856
3,866
3,875
4,121
4,200
4,144
4,499
4,759
5,140
5,279
5,220

3,260 ,510
3,208 ,437
3,193 ;447
3,251 ,548
3,289 ,705
3,257 ,626
3,204 ,568
3,191 ,643
3,227 ,778
3,281 1,868
3,308 1,949
3,280 2,002

245
225
209
203
206
213
223
204
207
203
205
229

917
894
925
,081
,232
,209
,170
,258
,422
,563
,629
,690

11,588
11,081
10,950
11,012
11,130
11,013
10,793
10,842
11,143
11,342
11,571
11,688

5,821
5,715
5,691
5,656
5,690
5,599
5,548
5,630
5,625
5,680
5,692
5,648

263
372
372
275
361
310
121
265
378
575
470
385

2,433
2,306
2,389
2,608
2,777
2,691
2,606
2,723
2,956
3,191
3,285
3.313

469
484
368
277
185
191
212
164
128
103
99
75

June 1
June 8

3
10
17
24
31

Monthly averages:
March
April
May
June
July
A ugw*>t t
September
October
December




20,178
19,775
19,434
19,096
19,112
18,877
18,419
18,587
18,739
19,026
18,987
18,840

146

BANKING AND MONETARY STATISTICS
NO. 48-WEEKLY REPORTING MEMBER BANKS IN 101 LEADING CITIES-PRINCIPAL ASSETS AND
LIABILITIES, WEEKLY AND MONTHLY, 1919-1141-Continued
[Wednesday figures. In millions of dollars]
Loans

Investments

On securities
Total
loana
and
investments

Date or month

1933
4 .
11
18
25

To brokers
and dealers

Total
Total

To
All
others other

OutIn
side
N.Y. N.Y.
City City

ReNet
serves
Balwith Cash ances
deU.S.
in
with mand
FedGovern- Other eral vault dodemestic posits
Total ment secu- Rehanks
direct rities serve
obligaBanks
tions

BorrowU.S.
ings
Time Gov- Inter- at
ern- bank Feddeposits ment deeral
* de- posits Reposits
serve
Banks

18,713
18,673
18,655
,„, 18,619

10.214
10,136
10,115
10,040

4,271
4,237
4,213
4,173

346
331
320
310

237
232
237
216

3,688
3,674
3,656
3,647

5,943
5,899
5,902
5,867

8,499
8,537
8,540
8,579

5,205
5,262
5,291
5,283

3,294
3,275
3,249
3,296

2,050
2,137
2,093
2,081

221
216
208
211

1,754 11,823
1,819 11,940
1,830 11,907
1,833 11,936

5,706
5,701
5,702
5,656

332
286
266
243

3,470
3,562
3,558
3,524

61
58
59
76

18,725
18,573
38,571
. ... 18,257

10,166
10,028
10,083
1 9,865

4,259
4,204
4,206
4,199

384
353
354
355

227
218
223
215

3,648
3,633
3,629
3,629

5,907
5,824
5,877
5,666

8,559
8,545
8,488
8,392

5,253
5,248
5,206
5,115

3,306
3,297
3,282
3,277

1,994
1,977
1,794
1,814

193
213
249
283

1,832
1,734
1,563
1,287

11,899
11,699
11,552
11,286

5,648
5,626
5,608
5,499

300
245
190
148

3,558
3,440
3,218
2,778

81
70
100
130

17,823
16,314
16,606
16,617
16,611

9,627
8,692
8,770
8,777
8,714

4,234
3,895
3,897
3,861
3,779

340
337
311
318
292

237
223
206
217
205

3,657
3,335
3,380
3,326
3,282

5,393
4,797
4,873
4,916
4,935

8,196
7,622
7,836
7,840
7,897

4,908
4,547
4,703
4,704
4,726

3,288
3,075
3,133
3,136
3,171

1,599 ' 389
574
1,325
498
1,481
1,384
308
1,507
278

866 10,605 5,288
607 9,465 4,564
771 9,696 4,636
940 9,846 4,643
963 10,015 4,652

00
43
295
297
296

2,199
1,752
1,833
2,159
2,199

488
1,088
865
383
292

_ _ _ . , _ „ . 16,559
16,525
16,512
16,786

8,638
8,634
8,599
8,810

3,748
3,721
3,718
3,808

301
298
314
392

202
200
201
199

3,245
3,223
3,203
3,217

4,890
4,913
4,881
5,002

7,921
7,891
7,913
7,976

4,749
4,747
4,797
4,856

3,172
3,144
3,116
3,120

1,481
1,608
1,661
1,641

243
241
227
246

1,074
1,161
1,213
1,278

10,095
10,249
10,390
10,742

4,659
4,656
4,666
4,684

298
298
195
144

2,410
2,484
2,560
2,687

186
180
170
148

May 3 ._........ 17,033
May 10
17,066
17,095
May 17»
May 24
17,101
17,184
May 31

8,872
8,872
8,883
8,821
8,952

3,869
3,886
3,889
3,812
3,876

443
493
547
494
564

208
189
184
185
181

3,218
3,204
3,158
3,133
3,131

5,003
4,986
4,994
5,009
5,076

8,161
8,194
8,212
8,280
8,232

5,096
5,097
5,130
5,172
5,146

3,065
3,097
3,082
3,108
3,086

1,523
1,591
1,610
1,699
1,679

228
226
212
213
221

1,283
1,337
1,405
1,401
1,441

10,691
10,843
11,021
11,060
11,257

4,673
4,668
4,626
4,653
4,654

275
237
224
227
224

2,732
2,804
2,862
2,857
2,914

170
118
119
109
102

June 7
June 14..
June 21
June 2 8

17,248
.... 17,296
17,621
_ _ _ _ _ _ 17,495

8.S80
9,032
8,985
8,945

3,906
3,963
3,943
3,931

627
712
715
703

183
182
159
162

3,096
3,069
3,069
3,066

5,074
5,069
5,042
5,014

8,268
8,264
8,636
8,550

5,214
5,199
5,542
5,493

3,054
3,065
3,094
3,057

! 1,695
1,771
1,689
1,766

208
213
203
212

1,554
1,641
1,450
1,381

11,324
11,574
11,196
11,130

4,647
4,633
4,717
4,801

186
162
662
662

3,075
3,188
2,927
2,864

85
72
58
32

July 5
July 12..
July 19
July 26

17,524
17,571
17,613
_ 17,535

9,027
9,149
9,159
9,080

3,995
4,067
4,057
3,995

801
893
904
832

164
171
172
172

3,030
3,003
2,981
2,991

5,032
5,082
5,102
5,085

8,497
8,422
8,454
8,455

5,445
5,368
5,377
5,364

3,052
3,054
3,077
3,091

1,678
1,713
1,728
1,763

221
217
205
207

1,409
1,355
1,273
1,187

11,053
11 , 125
11,083
11,035

4,894
4,923
3,948
4,942

635
610
610
588

2,968
2,888
2,807
2,680

31
21
22
28

Aug. 2
Aug. 9 . „
Aug. 16
Aug. 23..
Aug. 30

17,431
_ .. 17,400
17,612
17,505
17,520

9,064
9,053
9,101
9,019
9,053

3,978
3,970
4,001
3,936
3,965

815
819
835
792
821

168
163
169
164
166

2,995
2,988
2,997
2,980
2,978

5,086
5,083
5,100
5,083
5,088

8,367
8,347
8,511
8,486
8,467

5,296
5,289
5,459
5,426
5,408

3,071
3,058
3,052
3,060
3,059

1,755
1,795
1,819
1,877
1,889

195
205
199
205
219

1,196
1,206
1,208
1,214
1,225

10,903
10,913
10,810
10,819
10,882

4,948
4,955
4,966
4,948
4,941

587
587
940
917
907

2,677
2,699
2,587
2,554
2,566

31
28
38
29
31

Sept. 6
Sept. 13
Sept 20_
Sept. 27 ,

17,481
17,486
17,512
.... 17,448

9,059
9,113
9,085
9,066

3,946
3,967
3,901
3,887

808
832
768
752

164
167
168
171

2,974
2,968
2,965
2,904

5,113
5,146
5,184
5,179

8,422
8,373
8,427
8,382

5,364
5,316
5,360
5,328

3,058
3,057
3,067
3,054

1,888
1,987
1,986
2,036

211
214
207
224

1,243
1,324
1,293
1,271

10,830
11,032
10,995
10,974

4,928
4,918
4,933
4,930

906
906
906
904

2,630
2,697
2,707
2,642

27
22
20
22

17,476
17,467
17,516
17,392

9,097
9,106
9,180
9,074

3,854
3,844
3,880
3,788

737
730
763
680

170
171
173
176

2,947
2,943
2,944
2,932

5,243
5,262
5,300
5,286

8,379
8,361
8,336
8,318

5,295
5,266
5,252
5,230

3,084
3,095
3,084
3,088

1,940
1.989
2,056
2,100

219
238
228
226

1.289
1,291
1,341
1,316

10,917
10,992
11,176
11,159

4.918
4,909
4,911
4,912

904
904
817
758

a ,758
2,718
2,857
2.7SO

20
23
20
22

17,695
17,665
17,618
17,562
17,611

9,126
9,126
9,083
9,035
9,089

3,808
3,794
3,756
3,745
3,766

694
684
660
645
662

178
175
166
168
168

2,936
2,935
2.930
2,932
2,936

5,318
5,332
5,327
5,290
5,323

8,569
8,539
8,535
8,527
8,522

5,461
5,444
5,432
5,411
5,415

3,108
3,095
3,103
3,116
3,107

2,002
1,982
2,037
2,077
1,981

218
246
234
245
249

1,341
1,257
1,312
1,279
1,244

11,124
11,004
11,114
11,158
11,236

4,911 1,054 2,832
4,937 1,043 2,797
4,917 1,000 2,874
953 2,814
4,893
852 2,778
4,855

24
21
22
23
28

Dec. 6.
.. 17,550
Dec. 13 .... „ 17,474
17,680
Dee. 20
17,650
Deo. 27

9,018
8,994
8,987
8,934

3,755
3,797
3,801
3,831

670
707
693
750

165
165
166
161

2,920
2,925
2,936
2,920

5,264
5,197
5,186
5,103

8,531
8,480
8,693
8,716

5,448
5,458
5,629
5,602

3,083
3,022
3,064
3,114

1,944
2,026
2,011
2,035

256 ,228 11,143 4,814
270 1,292 11,277 4,804
289 1,263 11,189 4,801
283 1,290 11,383 4,790

18,665 10,126 4,224
18,532 10,036 4,217
16,794 8,916 3,934
16,596 8,670 3,749
17,096 8,880 3,866
17,415 8,986 3,936
17,560 9,103 4,028
17,494 9,058 3,970
17,482 9,081 3,925
17,462 9,114 3,841
17,630 9,092 3,774
17,589 8,984 3.796

327
362
320
326
508
689
857
816
790
728
669
707

231
221
218
201
189
172
170
166
168
172
171
164

3,666
3,634
3,396
3,222
3,169
3,075
3,001
2,988
2;967
2,941
2,934
2,925

5,902
5,819
4,982
4,921
5,014
5,050
5,075
5,088
5,156
5,273
5,318
5,188

8,539
8,496
7,878
7,926
8,216
8 ,'429
8,457
8,436
8,401
8,348
8,538
8,605

5,260
5,206
4,717
4,788
5,128
5,362
5,388
5,376
5,342
5,261
5,433
5,534

3,279
3,290
3,161
3,238
3,088
3,067
3,069
3,060
3,059
3,087
3,105
3,071

2,090
1,895
1,460
i,598
1,620
1,730
1,721
1,827
1,974
2,021
2,016
2,004

214
234
409
239
220
209
212
205
214
228
238
274

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

Feb. 1
Feb. 8
Feb. 15
Feb. 22
Mar.
Mar
Mar.
Mar.
Mar

1
8
15
22
29

Apr.
Apr.
Apr.
Apr.

5....
12
19...
26

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

4
11
18
25.,..,

Nov. 1. „
Nov. 8 .
Nov. 15
Nov. 22
Nov . 29

Monthly averages:
January
Februarv
March
April
....
May
June
July...
August
..
September
October
November
. _
December




1

1,809
1,604
830
,181
,373
,507
1,306
,210
,283
1,310
1,287
1,269

11,902
11,609
9,927
10,369
10,975
11,306
11,074
10,865
10,958
11,061
11,128
11,248

5,691
5,595
4,756
4,66§
4,655
4,700
4,927
4,952
4,928
4,912
4,902
4,«02

818
765
930
865

2,810
2,812
2,797
2,838

27
27
25
24

282
221
204
234
237
418
611
788
904
846
980
845

3,528
3,249
2,028
2,535
2,834
3,013
2,836
2,616
2,669
2,781 i
2,819
2,814

64
95
623
171
124
62
25
31
23
21
24
26

REPORTING MEMBER BANKS

147

NO. 48-WEEKLY REPORTING MEMBER BANKS IN 101 LEADING CITIES-PRINCIPAL ASSETS AND
LIABILITIES, WEEKLY AND MONTHLY, 1919-1941-Continued
[Wednesday figures. In millions of dollars]
Investments

Loans

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On securities
Total
loans
and
investments

Date or month

Total

Total

1934 i
Jan, 3
Jan, 10--.
Jan. 17
Jan. 24. .
Jan. 31

17,581
17,385
17,445
17,395
18,158 '

3,824
3,700
3,687
3,697
3,805

791
692
701
721
832

152
146
142
143
149

2,881
2,862
2,844
2,833
2,824

5,091
5,039
5,058
5,039
5,065

8,666
8,646
8,700
8,659
9,288

5,542
5,557
5,575
5,599
6,184

3,124
3,089
3,125
3,060
3,104

2,055
2,108
2,103
2,169
1,985

269
271
252
252
236

,353
,303
,366
,411
,411

11,483
11,481
11,634
11,668
11,648

Feb. 7
Feb. 14
Feb. 21
Feb. 28

18,123 1 8,818 3,785
18,146 8,800 3,729
18,582 1 8,861 3,827
18,482 8,697 3,715

839
796
892
794

150
148
155
155

2,796
2,785
2,780
2,766

5,033
5,071
5,034
4,982

9,305
9,346
9,721
9,785

6,251
6,285
6,648
6,691

3,054
3,061
3,073
3,094

2,026
2,131
2,124
2,392

248
258
251
245

1,427
1,522
1,476
1,529

11,660
11,882
11,793
11,949

,841
,813
,846
,843

Mar. 7
Mar. 14
Mar. 21
Mar. 28

18,501
18,586
18,599
18,537

8,678
8,790
8,706
8.669

3,688
3,785
3,745
3,704

785
873
843
833

154
167
180
162

2,749
2,745
2,722
2,709

4,990
5,005
4,961
4,965

9,823
9,796
9,893
9,868

6,718
6,666
6,706
6,652

3,105
3,130
3,187
3,216

2,596
2,706
2,709
2,701

253
259
248
265

,561
,671
,690
,664

12,060
12,308
12,285
12,361

Apr. 4
Apr. 11
Apr. 18
Apr. 25

J8,545
18,636
18,551
18,502

8,746
8,819
8,706
8,615

3,762
3,803
3,766
[3,696

900
956
948

2,698
2,669
2,644
2,615

4,984
5,016
4,940
4,919

9,799
9,817
9,845
9,887

6,572
6,617
6,619
6,678

3,227
3,200
3,226
3,209

2,693
2,779
2,877
2,974

261
267
262
265

,725
,743
,742
,738

9,868
9,748
9,775
9,803
9,825

6,657
6,650
6,657
6,665
6,654

8,915
8,739
8,745
8,736
8,870

747
4,808
600
4,804
487
4,814
393
4,840
4,836 1,035

2,977
2,949
3,055
3,146
3,113

26
22
21
20
13

1,048
1,051
1,508
1,557

3,287
3,363
3,305
3,339

12
10
11
12

,852
,859
,889
,890

1,593
1,593
1,592
1,494

3,489
3,623
3,647
3,602

10
10
9
9

12,494
12,745
12,803
12,907

,877
,894
,917
,954

1,436
1,380
1,309
1,244

3,736
3,777
3,805
3,759

8
7
6
7

902

164
178
174
179

May 2
May 9..
May 16.
May 23
May 30..

18,496 8,628 3,752
___ .. 18,358 1 8,610 |3,730
18,333 8,558 3,679
18,297 8,494 3,643
18,338 j 8,513 !3,650

923
898
892
853
863

178
176
172
166
165

2,651
2,656
2,615
2,624
2,622

4,876
4,880
4,879
4,851
4,863

3,211
3,098
3,118
3,138
3,171

2,778
2,888
2,906
2,992
3,003

252
266
256
262
268

,701
,729
,765
,744
,710

12,856
12,836
12,910
12,958
13,068

,931
,950
,959
,947
,941

1,116
1,090
1,057
1,046
1,011

3,761
3,845
3,855
3,824
3,769

6
6
5
6
8

June 6__June 13
June 20__ .
June 27-.

18,450 8.579 3,729
18,421 S 8,569 3,729
_ _ _ _ 18,775 8,540 3,743
18,863 8,498 3,701

935
957
979
959

179
176
189
186

2,615
2,596
2,575
2,556

4,850 9,871 6,690. 3,181
4,840 9,852 6,655 3,197
4,797 10,235 7,043 3,192
4,797 10,365 7,139 3,226

2,979
3,065
2,989
3,061

264
271
257
270

,763
,807
,755
,755

13,123
13,307
13,012
13,149

,930 1,011
,944
963
,992 1,440
,009 1,447

3,907
3,946
3,793
3,800

5
5
6
5

July 4.-.,
July 11
July 18
July 25._

„_ . 18,918
18,910
18,940
... . 18,915

8,523
8,491
8,447
8,421

3,728 1,007
3,724 1,004
3,692
986
962
3,661

191
185
181
176

2,530
2,535
2,525
2,523

4,795
4,767
4,755
4,760

10,395
10,419
10,493
10,494

7,168
7,173
7,200
7,186

3,227
3,246
3,293
3,308

2,927
3,063
3,122
3,185

255
270
257
258

,811
,860
,865
,823

13,201
13,310
13,367
13,436

,005
,029
,028
,019

1,444
1,443
1,443
1,384

3,959
4,047
4,061
4,026

10
5
5
5

Aug. 1
Aug. 8
Aug. 15
Aug. 22.
Aug. 29

18,958
18,886
18,947
_ . 18,943
18,920

8,355
8,307
8,306
8,292
8,276

3,524
3,469
3,459
3,435
3,410

833
780
771
762
743

170
168
172
171
177

2,521
2,521
2,516
2,502
2,490

4,831
4,838
4,847
4,857
4,866

10,603
10,579
10,641
10,651
10,644

7,201
7,174
7,189
7,183
7,158

3,402
3,405
3,452
3,468
3,486

3,088
3,193
3,186
3,210
3,280

243
256
253
255
265

1,737
1,703
1,750
1,708
1,718

13,429
13,413
13,527
13,513
13,630

,004
,009
,026
,033
,030

1,385
1,385
1,342
1,323
1,287

3,947
3,941
3,998
3,921
3,901

5
5
5
5
5

747
830
834
927
886
958
990
778

147
152
166
174
171
182
183
171

2,849
2,782
2,731
2,656
2,634
2,586
2,528
2,510

5,058 8,792 5,692 3,100
5,030 9,539 6,469 3,070
4,980 9,845 6,686 3,159
4,965 9,837 6,622 3,215
4,870 9,804 6,657 3,147
4,821 10,080 6,881 3,199
4,769 10,450 7,182 3,268
4,848 10,624 7,181 3,443

2,084
2,168
2,678
2,830
2,913
3,024
3,074
3,192

652 3,048
256 1,369 11,583 ,820
251 1,489 11,821 ,836 1,291 3,324
256 ,647 12,254 ,872 1,568 3,591
264 ,737 12,737 ,911 1,342 3,769
261 ,730 12,925 ,945 1,064 3,811
'266 ,770 13,148 4,969 1,215 3,861
260 ,840 13,329 5,020 1,429 4,023
254 ,723 13,503 5,020 1,344 3,942

20
11
9
7
6
5
6
5

Monthly averages:
January
February
March .
April
May.
June-.
July .
August
1

8,801
8,794
8,711
8,722
8,561
8,547
8,470
8,307

:

3,743
3,764
3,731
3,757
3,691
3,726
3,701 1
3,459 '
1
Report form changed on September 5,




17,593
18,333
18,556
18,559
18,365
18,627
18,920
18,931

1934; see next two pages for remainder of 1934.

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148

NO. 48-WEEKLY REPORTING MEMBER BANKS IN 101 LEADING CITIES[Wednesday figures. In millions of dollars]
Loans

Date or month

1934
Sept. 5
Sept. 12
Sept. 19
Sept. 26

Total
loans
and
investments

Total

To
brokers To
and
others
on
dealers
in
secusecurities
rities

Investments
U. S. Government
obligations

Other
Open
loans
marReal
to
To
ket
estate custom- banks paper
ers

Total
Total

Direct

Guaranteed

Reserves Cash
with
in
Other Federal vault
secu- Reserve
rities Banks

B'lances
with
domestic
banks

18,970
18,978
.. . 18,961
18,998

8,366
8,329
8,271
8,265

958
920
867
857

2,369
2,349
2,340
2,332

1,153
1,152
1,148
1,149

3,303
3,308
3,328
3,337

123
137
114
117

460
463
474
473

10,604
7,649
7,693
10,649
10,690 1 7,757
7,762
10,733

7,054
7,094
7,159
7,163

'595
'599
>598
"599

'2,955
»2,956
'2,933
'2,971

3,068
3,091
3,039
3,134

258
278
276
287

1,651
1,677
1,673
1,667

19,026
19,039
19,075
19,070
19,071

8,269
8,290
8,324
8,310
8,281

840
845
878
882
869

2,320
2,323
2,315
2,306
2,294

1,148
,148
,149
,147
,149

3,357
3,381
3,381
3,370
3,375

123
112
119
123
120

481
481
482
482
474

10,757
10,749
10,751
10,760
10,790

7,637
7,658
7,664
7,688
7,770

7,169
7,192
7,182
7,183
7,185

468
466
482
505
585

3,120
3,091
3,087
3,072
3,020

3,036
3,120
3,114
3,136
3,151

277
298
285
291
288

1,674
1,709
1 , 752
1,720
1,735

Nov. 7
Nov. 14,..
....
Nov. 21
Nov. 2 8 _ _ . , _ . _ _ _ . . _

19,068
18,986
18,914
18,988

8,213
8,188
8,160
8,171

835
827
828
837

2,285
2,291
2,281
2,287

,147
,145
,142
1,140

3,341
3,327
3,307
3,317

125
120
119
122

480
478
483
468

10,855 j 7,831
10,798 | 7,852
7,822
10,754
10,817 7,870

7,228
7,256
7,222
7,265

803
596
600
605

3,024
2,946
2,932
2,947

3,135
3,210
3,331
3,270

310 1,731
312 1 1,796
297 | 1,781
307 1,738

Dec. 5
Dec. 12.
Dec. 19
Dec. 26....

19,100
19,127
19,608
19,544

8,240
8,205
8,215
8,123

903
912
937
906

2,300
2,293
2,284
2,280

1,141
1,139
1,139
1,137

3,301
3,268
3,267
3,239

134
133
129
112

461
460
459
449

10,860 ' 7,907
10,922 7,964
8,383
11,393
11,421 j 8,399

7,294
7,348
7,762
7,776

613
616
621
623

2,953
2,958
3,010
3,022

3,19S
3,219
3,109
3,111

302
327
336
356

Monthly averages:
September
October
November
December

18,977
19,056
18,989
19,345

8,308
8,295
8,183
8,196

900
863
832
915

2,348
2,311
2,286
2,289

1,151
1,148
1,143
1,139

3,319
3,373
3,323
3,269

123
120
122
127

467
480
477
457

10,669 ; 7,716
10,761 7,683
10,8% ;! 7,844
8,163
11,149

7,118
7,182
7,243
7,545

598
501
601
618

2,953
3.07S
2,962
2,98ti

3, 08? i
3,111
3,23B
3,159

275
288 1,718
306 ' 1,782
330 1,888

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

3
10,...
17
24,
31

1

Securities guaranteed by U. S. Government as to interest only are included with fully guaranteed obligations.




1,817
1,890
1,898
1,865

i,m>7

REPORTING MEMBER BANKS

149

PRINCIPAL ASSETS AND LIABILITIES, WEEKLY AND MONTHLY, 1919-1941-Continued
[Wednesday figures. In millions of dollars]
Demand deposits
Total
assets

IndividCertiuals,
fied
Demand corpodeposits rations, and
U.S
adjusted
etc.,
officers' GovernTotal
States checks, ment
liabilities
etc.
and
political
subdivisions

Time deposits
Interbank

Interbank

Cash
items
in
process
of
collection

Other
assets

1934
Sept. 5,
Sept. 12
Sept. 19
Sept. 26

1,007
1,033
987
910

,628
,641
,643
,672

26,582
26,698
26,579
26,668

10,856
10,925
10,862
11,043

11,438
11,590
11,465
11,619

425
368
384
334

3,968
1,168
1,171 , 3,969
1,172
3,971
3,932
1,173

130
128
131
131

4,889
4,889
4,876
4,875

121
122
117
119

7
5
4
4

11
14
12
10

908
926
937
960

3,517
3,516
3,510
3,511

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

1,000
961
1,178
950
1,118

,690
,704
,680
,673
,701

26,703
26,831
27,084
26,840
27,064

10,940
11,068
11,181
11,262
11,301

11,580
11,681
11,912
11,828
12,028

360
348
447
384
391

1,176
1,177
1,003
915
913

4,026
4,059
4,155
4,102
4,113

125
123
130
122
132

4,868
4,866
4,859
4,877
4,875

120
122
122
121
120

4
3
4
4
4

2
2
2
3

927
938
934
963
962

3,515
3,514
3,516
3,522
3,523

1,151
1,221
990
1,114

,705
,696
,682
,686

27,100
27,221
26,995
27,103

11,261
11,288
11,392
11,499

12,019
12,118
12,020
12,190

393
391
362
423

914
874
837
802

4,171
4,232
4,197
4,121

119
119
128
137

4,863
4,848
4,823
4,800

120
122
122
119

4
4
4
3

5
2
4
6

964
986
974
990

3,528
3,525
3,524
3,512

1,061
1,152
1,143
1,030

,683
,689
,663
,670

27,161
27,404
27,757
27,576

11,482
11,546
11,437
11,419

12,043
12,260
12,089
12,068

500
438
491
381

825
824
1,437
1,437

4,254
4,326
4,254
4,194

135
132
132
137

4,747
4,748
4,769
4,781

120
121
123
121

3
3
4
6

5
11
3
2

1,007
1,020
936
937

3,522
3,521
3,519
3,512

984
1,041
1,119
1,097

,646
,690
,693
,676

26,632
26,904
27,105
27,475

10,922
11,150
11,360
11,471

11,528
11,806
12,087
12,115

378
386
391
453

1,171
1,037
857
1,131

3,960
4,091
4,181
4,257

130
126
126
134

4,882
4,869
4,833
4,761

120
121
121
121

5
4

12
2
4
5

932
944
979
975

3,514
3,518
3,522
3,519

Date or month

3
10
17
24
31

„

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

7
14 , 21
28 „ .

Dec.
Dec.
Dec.
Dec.

5.
12,
19
26

..

Monthly averages;
September
October
November
December




Domestic

Total
except
interForeign bank

Do- Foreign
mestic

4
4

Borrow- Other Capital
ings
acliabilities
counts

BANKING AND MONETARY STATISTICS

150

NO. 48-WEEKLY REPORTING MEMBER BANKS IN Ml LEADING CITIES[Wednesday figures. In millions of dollars]
Loans

Date or month

1935
Jan, 2 .„
Jan, 9
Jan. 16- Jan. 23
Jan. 30...

Total
loans
and
invest^
ments

Total

To
brokers To
others
and
on
dealers
in
secusecu- rities
rities

Investments

Other
Open
marloans
ket
To
to
Real
estate custom* banks paper
ere

IL S, Government
obligations
Total

Total

Direct

Guaranteed

Reserves Caah
in
with
Other Federal vault
secu- Reserve'
rities Banks j

Balances
with
domestic
banks

19,482
19,425
19,520
19,514
19,504

8,115
8,045
8,069
8,052
8,023

933
898
944
910
891

2,259
2,235
2,232
2,245
2,241

1,136
1,134
1,135
1,132
1,129

3,214
3,202
3,193
3,183
3,194

123
127
123
126
122

450
449
442
456
446

11,367
11,380
11,451
11,462
11,481

8,412
8,423
8,469
8,481
8,474

7,771
7,776
7,809
7,808
7,810

641
647
630
673
664

2,955
2,957
2,982
2,981
3,007

3,218
3,388
3,458
3,588
3,623

321
311
289
293
303

1,973
1,911
2,009
1,973
1,986

Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.

6 .„13-20.,
27

• . . 19,470
19,517
19,486
19,581

7,988
8,032
8,015
8,061

864
895
874
912

2,236
2,229
2,222
2,193

1,127
1,128
1,127
1,123

3,207
3,224
3,238
3,270

120
123
113
118

434
433
441
445

11,482
11,485
11,471
11,520

8,481
8,475
8,505
8,522

7,802
7,777
7,795
7,791

679
698
710
731

3,001
3,010
2,966
2,998

3,671
3,632
3,676
3,643

299
319
310
314

2,002
2,061
2,069
2,074

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

6
13..
20
27

19,727
19,797
19,770
19,748

8,192
8,168
8,115
8,083

1,033
1,031
954
956

2,215
2,208
2,216
2,200

1,120
1.120
1,120
1,122

3,284
3,283
3,290
3,271

106
103
110
102

434
423
425
432

11,535
11,629
11,655
11,665

8,533
8,602
8,633
8,610

7,783
7,853
7,887
7.858

750
749
746
752

3,002 3,569
3,027 ! 3,603
3,022 3,394
3.055 3,359

301
310
304
309

2.038
2,081
1,985
1,957

Apr.
Apr.
Apr.
Apr.

3
10
17
24..

19,793
19,822
19,928
19,883

8,084 1
917
8,065
923
8,088 ;
965
8,096 1,024

2.185
2,172
2,166
2,149

1,122
1,121
1,119
1,118

3,300
3,298
3,305
3,290

120
120
116
104

440
431
417
411

11,709
11,757
11,840
11,787

8,630
8,691
8,751
8,696

7,858
7,902
7,963
7,912

772
789
788
784

3.079 , 3.228
3,066 3,329
3,089 3,534
3,091 3,757

296
314
307
309

1,929
1,902
1,996
2,044

May 1
May8
May 15
May 22
May 29. _ „ .

19,959 8.155
19,808 8,035
19,741 ! 8,055
19,775 I 8,059
19,787 8,111

1,073
996
981
1,015
1,040

2.146
2,124
2,132
2,128
2,116

1,119
1,118
1,118
1,116
1,157

3,300
3,290
3,295
3,271
3,261

114
105
127
134
162

403
402
402
395
375

11,804
11,773
11,686
11,716
11,676

8,684
8,677
8,627
8,645
8,569

7,902
7,895
7,848
7,844
7,778

782
782
779
801
791

3,120
3,096
3,059
3,071
3,107

3,741
3,767
3,838
3.874
3,879

287
299
299
307
314

2,095
1,996
2,079
2,046
1,999

June 5
June 12
June 19
June 26

19,758
19,834
19,952
20,002

7,992
8,063
8,018
8,037

979
1,019
1,011
1,055

2,117
2,126
2,115
2,111

1,155
1,152
1.149
1,149

3,250
3,308
3,286
3,278

122
105
113
112

369
353
344
332

11.766
11,771
11,934
11,965

8,784
8,777
8,916
8,934

7,867
7,853
7,949
7,970

917
924
967
964

2,982
2,994
3,018
3,031

3,938
4,114
4,043
4,072

307
322
316
328

1,971
2,047
2,003
2,052

July 3.
July 10
July 17
July 24.
July 31-

19,828
19,730
20,089
20,054
19,845

8,037
7,942
7,993
7,931
7,811

1,104
1,035
1,053
1.022
995

2,104
2,094
2,086
2,079
2,081

1.147
1,147
1,139
1,139
1,136

3,277
3,265
3,305
3,278
3,190

83
85
98
97
103

322
316
312
318
306

11,791
11,788
12,096
12,123
12,034

8,796
8,738
9,040
9,086
8,964

7,824
7,762
8,044
8,073
7,947

972
976
996
1,013
1,017

2,995
3,050
3,056
3,037
3,070

3,875
4,051
3,917
3,918
4,084

321
334
318
323
322

2,095
2,079
2,071
2,018
2,019

Aug. 7
Aug. 14
Aug. 21Aug. 28

19,799.
19,792
19,868
19,839

7,839
7,841
7,890
7,817

1,013
1,018
1,012
938

2,076
2,071
2,077
2,071

1,135
1,138
1,136
1,135

3,202
3,220
3,281
3,288

100
83
74
75

313
311
310
310

11,960
11,951
11,978
12,022

8,883
8,869
8,868
8,912

7,864
7,849
7,847
7,877

,019
,020
,021
.035

3,077
3,082
3,110
3,110

4,095
4,239
4,295
4,354

322
332
322
333

2,045
2,105
2,123
2,143

Sept. 4
Sept, 11
Sept. 18.Sept. 25

19,908
19,974
20,410
20,456

7,861
7.935
7,937
7,985

994
1,043
1,003
987

2,066
2,061
2,061
2,073

1,132
1,136
1,139
1,140

3,279
3,307
3,321
3,352

82
74
94
109

308
314
319
324

12,047
12,039
12,473
12,471

8,947
8,940
9,349
9,320

7,864
7,840
8,249
8,227

,083
,100
,100
,093

3.100
3,099
3,124
3,151

4,223
4,373
4,147
4,264

323
347
333
339

2,168
2,239
2,240
2,202

Oct. 2 ,.
Oct. 9
Oct. 16
Oct. 23
Oct. 30

20,420
20,354
20,300
20,322
20,378

8,030
7,975
7,975
7,931
7,902

1,015
953
941
955
931

2,080
2,080
2,079
2,077
2,075

1,144
1,147
1,148
1,145
1,146

3,380
3,381
3,395
3,343
3,340

87
90
83
84
81

324
324
329
327
329

12,390
12,379
12,325
12,391
12,476

9,277
9,267
9,237
9,258
9,310

8,183
8,171
8,118
8,130
8,177

,094
,096
1,119
1,128
1,133

3,113
3,112
3.088
3.133
3,166

4,200
4,304
4,479
4,563
4,632

325
352
332
340
350

2,256
2,247
2,308
2,234
2,219

Nov. 6
Nov. 13
Nov. 20.
Nov. 27

20,426
20,490
20,490
20,632

7,968
7,997
8,002
8,152

952
974
974
1,023

2,081 1,142
2,078 '1,140
2,082 1,141
2,085 1,140

3,380
3,388
3,379
3,401

87
84
86
150

326
333
340
353

12,458
12,493
12,488
12,480

9,374
9,436
9,468
9,438

8,236
8,295
8,333
8.301

1,138
,141
,135
,137

3,084
3,057
3,020
3,042

4,641
4,708
4,754
4,759

349
363
346
358

2,263
2.368
2,350
2,323

Dec.
Dec.
Dee.
Dec.
Dec.

20,518
20,'521
20,970
20,939
20,895

8,156
8,161
8,188
8,164
8,249

1,052
1,084
1,086
1,089
1,163

2,094
2,102
2,118
2,111
2,111

1,141
1,140
1,138
1,140
1,136

3,415
3,404
3,410
3,392
3,401

98
74
79
76
76

356
357.
357
356
362

12,362
12,360
12,782
12,775
12,646

9,355
9,352
9,772
9,747
9,594

8,221
8,216
8,643
8,616
8,468

,134
,136
,129
1,131
1,126

3,007
3,008
3,010
3,028
3,052

4,894
5,024
4,492
4,466
4,597

361
379
387
386
369

2,370
2,342
2,293
2,246
2,308

19,489
19,514
19,761
19,856
19,814
19,887
19,909
19,825
20.187
20,355
20,510
20,769

8,061
8,024
8,140
8,083
8,083
8,028
7,943
7,847
7,929
7,963
8,030
8,184

915
886
994
957
1,021
1,016
1,042
995
1,007
959
981
1,095

2,242
2,220
2,210
2,168
2,129
2,117
2,089
2,074
2,065
2,078
2,081
2,107

1,133
1,126
1,121
1,120
1,126
1,151
1,142
1,136
1,137
1,146
1,141
1,139

3,197
3,235
3,282
3,298
3,283
3,280
3,263
3,248
3,315
3,368
3,387
3,404

125
119
105
116
129
114
93
83
89
85
102
81

449 11,428
438 '11,490
428 11,621
424 11,773
395 11,731
350 11,859
314 11,966
311 11,978
316 12,258
327 12,392
338 12,480
358 12,585

8,452
8,496
8,594
8,692
8,640
8,853
8,924
8,383
9,139
9,270
9,429
9,564

7,795
7,791
7,845
7,909
7,853
7,910
7,930
7,859
8,045
8,156
8,291
8,433

657
705
749
783
787
943
994
1,024
1,094
1,114
1,138
1.131

2,976
2,994
3,027
3,081
3,091
3,006
3,042
3,095
3,119
3,122
3,051
3,021

3,455
3,655
3,481
3,462
3,820
4,041
3,969
4,245
4,251
4.435
4.715
4,694

304
310
306
307
301
318
323
327
336
339
354
376

1.970
2,052
2,015
1,968
2,043
2,018
2,056
2,104
2.212
2,253
2,326
2,312

4
11....
18
24.
31

Monthly averages:
January.
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September.,
October,. .
November
December




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REPORTING MEMBER BANKS
PRINCIPAL ASSETS AND LIABILITIES, WEEKLY AND MONTHLY, 1919-1941-Continued
[Wednesday figures. In millions of dollars]
Time deposits

Demand deposits
Total
assets

IndividCertiuals,
fied
Demand corpoU.S.
deposits rations, and
etc.,
officers Governadjusted
States checks. ment
Total
and
etc.
liabilities
political
subdivisions

Interbank

Interbank

Cash
items
in
process
of
collection

Other
assets

1,623
1,005
1,193
1,057
1.045

1,659
1,654
' 1,652
1,613
1.608

28,276
27,694
28,121
28.038
28,069

11.414
11,453
11.551
11,607
11.683

12.368
12,023
12,257
12,228
12,244

669
435
487
436
484

1,437
1.429
1,424
1,384
1,310

4,348
4,343
4,492
4,482
4.467

133
128
126
146
172

4,810
4,820
4,823
4,850
4,860

119
122
120
124
123

6
6
f
7
7

1
1
9
4
9

906
905
900
898
915

3,479
3,482
3,477
3,479
3,478

894
1,351
1.189
1.169

1,560
1,546
1,531
1,548

27,896
28.426
28.261
28.329

11,569
11,646
11.654
11.793

12.077
12,485
12,363
12,496

386
512
480
466

1,308
1,216
1,166
1,098

4,587
4,648
4,704
4,701

175
177
173
165

4,873
4,874
4,874
4,878

126
129
129
127

7
7
7
7

7
11
5
11

870
884
877
897

3,480
3,483
3,483
3,483

Mar. 6 Mar. 13
Mar. 20. . .
Mar. 27

1.379
1,093
1,095
1,101

1,570
1,548
1,507
1,510

28,584
28,432
28,055
27,984

11.738
11,935
11,746
11,779

12,401
12,626
12,396
12,420

716
402
445
460

1,094
1,093
1,094
1,094

4,787
4,771
4,581
4,517

158
157
158
164

4,875
4,862
4,883
4,898

130
133
137
134

7
6
6
6

8
5
26
2

917
895
851
811

3,491
3,482
3,478
3,478

Apr. 3
Apr 10
Apr. 17
Apr. 24

1,163
1,077
1,230
1,239

1,519
1,489
1,453
1,445

27,928
27,933
28.448
28,677

11.688
11,830
11,989
12,158

12,308
12,445
12,740
12,759

543
462
479
638

1,095
1,095
1,093
1,092

4,519
4,469
4,655
4,684

165
181
194
193

4,910
4,909
4,930
4,940

134
132
132
127

6
7
7
7

16
2
1

750
742
725
740

3,482
3,491
3,491
3,496

May 1
May8
May 15
May 22. .
May 29

1,849
1,028
1,291
1,076
1.108

1,460
1,437
1.454
1,483
1,494

29.391
28,335
28,702
28,561
28.581

12.231
12.244
12,334
12,501
12,556

13,203
12,835
13,083
13,127
13,202

877
437
542
450
462

1,020
943
875
839
777

4.754
4,588
4,655
4,597
4,543

188
191
192
210
283

4,991
4,977
4,983
4,966
4,935

130
129
133
130
129

8
8
8
8
7

2
17
8
4

722
722
707
714
730

3,498
3,503
3,507
3,512
3,509

June 5
June 12.,- „
June 19
June 26-

1,071
1,203
1,198
1,055

1,467
1,400
1,372
1,387

28,512
28,920
28.884
28.896

12,530
12.872
12,875
12,977

13,167
13,602
13,539
13,603

434
473
534
429

785
782
725
724

4,630
4,626
4,617
4,632

282
269
266
258

4,876
4,852
4,889
4,880

121
119
119
121

4
4
4
5

20

711
691
688
729

3,500
3,501
3.503
3.495

JulyS...
July 10.
July 17.
July 24
July 31.

1,289
1,109
1,160
1,000
1,205

1,369
1.370
1,356
1,368
1,372

28,777
28.673
28,911
28,681
28,847

12,921
13.038
13,138
13,132
12,962

13,668
13,700
13,836
13,707
13,707

542
447
462
425
460

400
363
551
550
552

4.804
4,771
4,677
4,621
4,734

249
253
255
258
269

4.842
4,852
4,839
4,851
4,856

123
119
117
119
118

5
5
5
5
5

2
1
31
22
17

666
679
655
641
642

3.476
3,483
3,483
3,482
3.487

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

7 .„ .
14,
21
28-

977
1,175
1,037
1,013

1,355
1,378
1,382
1,394

28,593
29,021
29,027
29,076

12,949
13,094
13,218
13.263

13,525
13,806
13,843
13,850

401
463
412
426

555
560
561
557

4,715
4,778
4,813
4,807

255
266
270
272

4,873
4,880
4,852
4,839

121
123
122
125

5
6
6
6

12
2
l"

643
651
657
701

3,488
3,486
3,491
3,492

Sept. 4
Sept. 11
Sept. 18. ..
Sept. 25

1,053
1,164
1,255
1,204

1,401
1,386
1,376
1,391

29,076
29,483
29,761
29,856

13,168
13,290
13,237
13,438

13,825
14,030
14,023
14,092

396
424
469
550

523
527
730
730

4,926
5,049
5,066
4,947

266
260
262
294

4,833
4,841
4,866
4,870

121
119
118
119

6
6
5
4

4
1
12
25

681
732
721
738

3,495
3,494
3.489
3,487

Oct. 2
Oct. 9
Oct. 16.
Oct. 23
Oct. 30

1,204
1,124
1,447
1,170
1,145

1,386
1,397
1,359
1,360
1,367

29,791
29,778
30,225
29,989
30,091

13,246
13,220
13,268
13.463
13,598

13,983
13,848
14,255
14,190
14,342

467
496
460
443
401

722
722
629
545
547

5.077
5,099
5,233
5,112
5,107

307
346
367
368
368

4,890
4,913
4,921
4,963
4,899

121
119
119
118
117

4
4
5
5
5

1
1
3
2

731
737
740
741
801

3,488
3,493
3,493
3.502
3,504

Nov. 6 *
Nov. 13.
Nov. 20
Nov. 27

1,315
1,420
1,286
1,350

1,361
1,375
1,381
1,433

30,355
30,724
30,607
30.855

13,558
13,720
13,819
14,018

14.380
14,701
14,629
14.842

493
439
476
526

546
526
502
504

5,246
5,355
5,313
5,217

368
363
377
434

4,895
4,892
4,872
4,872

116
119
117
119

4
4
3
3

2
1

793
808
803
825

3,514
3,515
3,514
3,513

Dec. 4 .
Dec. 11.
Dec. 18
Dec. 24
Dec. 31

1,223
1,295
1,439
1,317
1,872

1,421
1,422
1,386
1,390
1,395

30,787
30,983
30,967
30,744
31,436

13,911
14,092
13,843
13,785
13.887

14,612
14,911
14,720
14,609
15,032

522
476
562
493
727

482
452
705
705
701

5,389
5.338
5.219
5,171
5,222

440
438
436
436
440

4,843
4,856
4,868
4,883
4,911

116
120
117
118
128

3
3
2
2
3

1
1
1
5
1

852
866
818
804
765

3,527
3,522
3,519
3,518
3,506

1,185
1,151
1,167
1,177
1,270
1,132
1,153
1,051
1,169
1,218
1,343
1,429

1,637
1.546
1,534
1,477
1,466
1,407
1,367
1,377
1,389
1,374
1,387
1,403

28,040
28,228
28,264
28,247
28.714
28.803
28,777
28,929
29,544
29,974
30,635
30,983

11,542
11.666
11,800
11,916
12,373
12,814
13,038
13,131
13,283
13,359
13,779
13,904

12,224
12,355
12,461
12,563
13.090
13,478
13,724
13,756
13,992
14,124
14,638
14.776

502
460
505
530
553
467
467
425
460
453
484
556

1,397
1,197
1,094
1,094
891
754
483
558
628
633
519
609

4,426
4,661
4,664
4,582
4,628
4,627
4,721
4,778
4,997
5,125
5,282
5,268

141
172
159
184
213
269
257
266
270
351
385
438

4,833
4,875
4,879
4,922
4,970
4.874
4,848
4,861
4,853
4,917
4,883
4,872

122
128
134
131
130
120
119
123
119
119
118
120

6
7
6
7
8
4
5
6
5
5
4
3

5
9
10
5
6
6
14
4
10
1
1
2

905
882
869
739
719
705
657
663
718
750
807
821

3,479
3,482
3,483
3,490
3,506
3,499
3,482
3,489
3,492
3,496
3,514
3,518

Date or month

1935
Jan. 2 .
Jan. 9
Jan. 16
Jan. 23
Jan. 30 „ .
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.

6
13.
20.
27.

.
. .

Monthly averages:
February
March
April,
May
June
July
August
September
October .
November
December




Domestic

Total
except
interForeigr i bank

Do: Foreigii
rnestic

Borrow- Other Capital
ings liabili- acties counts

2
1

152

BANKING AND MONETARY STATISTICS
NO. 48-WEEKLY REPORTING MEMBER BANKS IN 111 LEADING CITIE*[Wednesday figures. In millions of dollars]
Loans

Total
loans
and
investments

Date or month

Total

Investments

To
brokers To
and
others
on
dealers
in
secusecu- rities
rities

Other
Open
To marloans
Real
banka ket
to
paper
estate customers

U, S. Government
obligations

Reserves Cash
in
with
Other Federa vault
secu- Reserve
rities Banks

Total
Total

Direct

Guaranteed

Balances
with
domestic
banks

\

1936
Jan. 8
Jan. 15...
Jan. 22
Jan. 29 . . ..

20,834
20,913
20,969
20,995

8,124
8,125
8,073
7,999

1,112 2,079
1,119 2,074
1,101 •2,066
1,064 2,064

1,137
1,145
1,143
1,142

3,352
3,350
3,329
3,304

78
71
67
65

366
366
367
360

12,710
12,788
12,896
12,996

9,651
9,725
9,813
9,827

8,516
8,576
8,651
8,655

1,135
1,149
1,162
1,172

3,059
3,063
3,083
3,169

4,707
4,778
4,764
4,843

370
346
347
353

2,284
2,366
2,328
2,366

_ . _ . „ _ 21,023
21,082
21,100
21,006

7,977
7,995
7,991
7,959

1,062
1,083
1,087
1,069

2,064
2,054
2,057
2,048

1,140
1,138
1,146
1,146

3,288
3; 296
3,281
3,281

70
70
69
66

353
354
351
349

13,046
13,087
13,109
13,047

9,880
9,914
9,923
9,891

8.701
8,717
8,726
8,690

1,179
1,197
1,197
1,201

3,166
3,173
3,186
3,156

4,825
4,741
4,772
4,788

339
357
359
371

2,332
2,306
2,334
2,368

21,206
21,341
21,637
21,611

8,166
8,283
8,250
8,204

1,198
1,271
1,179
1,123

2,060
2,068
2,090
2,087

1,148
1,146
1,146
1,150

3,355
3,382
3,406
3,424

64
67
83
77

341
349
346
343

13,040 9,858
13,058 9,835
13,387 10,122
13,407 10,124

8,634
8,591
8,865
8,859

1,224
1,244
1,257
1,265

3,182
3,223
3,265
3,283

4,723
4,626
4,089
4,008

360
372
362
366

2,401
2,418
2,287
2,230

Apr. 1. _.
Apr. 8
Apr. 15,
Apr. 22
Apr. 29,.

21,621
21,731
21,796
21,783
21,795

8,392
8,369
8,370
8,332
8,343

1,210
1,197
1,242
1,223
1,241

2,103
2,098
2,062
2,059
2,063

1,144
1,143
1,140
1,140
1,141

3,495
3,508
3,508
3,497
3,485

88
70
66
62
67

352
353
352
351
346

13,229
13,362
13,426
13,451
13,452

9,908
10,058
10,072
10,082
10,083

8,643
8,791
8,796
8,805
8,802

1,265
1,267
1,276
1,277
1,281

3,321
3,304
3,354
3,369
3,369

3,866
4,052
4,216
4,348
4,416

356
375
365
372
382

2,198
2,234
2,316
2,310
2,252

May 6,
May 13
May 20..
May 27

21,897
21,820
21,799
21,814

8,412
8,358
8,353
1,299

1,232
1,177
1,177
1,154

2,083
2,080
2,079
2,070

1,146
1,146
1,147
1,146

3,509
3,519
3,556
3,542

101
100
62
65

341
336
332
322

13,485
13,462
13,446
13,515

10,125
10,161
10,153
10,210

8,847
8,872
8,368
8,920

1,278
1,289
1,285
1,290

3,360
3,301
3,293
3,305

4,458
4,537
4,623
4,690

370
383
369
389

2,242
2,250
2,319
2,319

June 3
June 10
June 17
June 24

22,148
22,163
22,659
22,520

8,626
8,577
8,538
8,396

1,392
1,325
1,295
1,233

2,094
2,096
2,100
2,094

1,147
1,148
1,150
1,149

3,586
3,583
3,568
3,531

92
107
106
65

315
318
319
324

13,522
13,586
14,121
14,124

10,214
i 10,278
10,751
10,776

8,909
8,975
9,449
9,474

1,305
1,303
1,302
1,302

3,308
3,308
3,370
3,348

4,594
4,744
3,937
4,282

369
386
389
403

2,363
2,359
2.201
2,235

22,619
22,462
22,514
22,446
22,378

8,460
8,357
8,412
8,348
8,294

1,226
1,160
1,175
1,165
1,127

2,093
2,082
2,083
2,054
2,046

1,145
1,147
1,145
1,145
1,144

3,619
3,697
3,641
3,609
3,600

62
58
58
56
58

315
313
310
319
319

14,159
14,105
14,102
14,098
14,084

10,799
10,770
10,764
10,748
10,728

9,510
9,493
9,488
9,471
9,456

1,289
1,277
1,276
1,277
1,272

3,360
3,335
3,338
3,350
3,356

4,487
4,672
4,717
4,816
4,859

388
398
380
380
385

2,470
2,487
2,557
2,508
2,443

22,345
22,324
22,256
22,264

8.316
8,352
8,369
8,425

1,129
1,119
1,108
1,147

2,020
2,019
2,024
2,027

1,147
1,146
1,146
1,147

3,640
3,683
3,705
3,721

59
64
63
66

321
321
323
317

14,029
13,972
13,887
13,839

10,713
10,657
10,564
10,507

9,442
9,380
9,332
M74

1,271
1,277
1,232
1,233

3,316
3,315
3,323
3,332

4,786
4,855
4,884
4,976

368
383
373
379

2,443
2,408
2,288
2,276

. --- 22,263
22,433
..... 22,614
22,610
22,682
....

8,454
8,627
8,659
8,648
8,753

1,163
1,241
1,203
1,175
1,194

2,014
2,039
2,038
2,038
2,048

1,145
1,146
1,143
1,144
1,139

3,749
3,798
3,862
3,879
3,949

65
88
97
95
112

318
315
316
317
311

13,809
13,806
13,955
13,962
13,929

10,499
10,487
10,623
10,629
10,592

9,263
9,250
9,376
9,377
9,336

1,236
1,237
1,247
1,252
1,256

3,310
3,319
3,332
3,333
3,337

5,082
5,109
4.869
4,891
5,023

371
394
379
S91
378

2,272
2,275
2,342
2,302
2,363

22,607
22,568
22,571
22.517

8,703
8,695
8,751
8,721

1,174
1,147
1,178
1,153

2,041
2,019
2,014
2,026

1,142
1,142
1,143
1,143

3,975
4,018
4,044
4,033

56
54
56
53

315
315
316
313

13,904
13,873
13,820
13,798

10,609
10,581
10,540
10,531

9,359
9,323
9,286
9,274

1,250
1,258
1,254
1,257

3,295
3,292
3,280
3,265

5,117
5,248
5,350
5,390

390
410
393
405

2,346
2,433
2,389
2,371

Feb. 5 ....
Feb. 12
Feb. 19
Feb 26

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

4
11
18.. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
25

July 1
JulyS .
July 15
July 22
July 29

Aug.
Aug
Aug.
Aug

5
12
19
26

Sept. 2
Sept 9
Sept. 16
Sept 23
Sept. 30

Oct
Get
Oct.
Oet

...

....

7
14
21
28

Nov.
Nov.
Nov
Nov

4
10
18
25

.- 22,446
22,488
22,442
22,401

8,725
8,764
8,752
8,779

1,168
1,154
1,124
1,180

2,024
2,025
2,029
2,019

1,143
1,144
1,150
1,154

4,019
4,045
4,062
4,041

54
70
58
64

317
326
329
321

13,721
13,724
13,690
13,622

10,503
10,525
10,495
10,425

9,250
9,267
9,234
9,178

1,253
1,258
1,261
1,247

3,218
3,199
3,195
3,197

5,324
5,462
5,471
5,431

402
403
404
407

2,435
2,440
2,505
2,475

Dec.
Dec
Dec
Dec.
Dec.

2
9
16
23
30

22,459
22,594
22,875
- 22,941
22,931

8,812
8,912
9,069
9,170
9,189

1,181
1,250
1,251
1,272
1,289

2,024
"2,022
2,048
2,040
2,035

1,152
1,154
1,153
1,155
1,156

4,068
4,100
4,219
4,279
4,292

63
56
57
78
66

324
330
341
346
351

13,647
13,682
13,806
13,771
13,742

10,419
10,438
10,549
10,530
10,479

9,173
9,192
9,310
9,290
9,241

1,246
1,246
1,239
1,240
1,238

3,228
3,244
3,257
3,241
3,263

5,371
5,317
5,307
5,161
5,163

401
436
429
437
433

2,512
2,457
2,498
2,386
2,345

8,080
7,981
8,226
8,361
8,355
8,535
8,374
8,365
8,628
8,718
8,755
9,030

1,099
1,075
1,193
1,223
1,185
1,312
1,171
1,125
1,195
1,163
1,156
1,248

2,071
2,056
2,076
2,077
2,078
2,096
2,072
2,023
2,035
2,025
2,024
2,034

1,142
1,143
1,147
1,141
1,146
1,149
1,145
1,147
1,143
1,142
1,148
1,154

3,334
3,286
3,392
3,499
3,531
3,567
3,613
3,687
3,848
4,018
4,042
4,192

70
69
73
70
82
92
58
63
92
55
62
64

364
352
345
351
333
319
315
320
315
315
323
338

12,848
13,072
13,223
13,384
13,477
13,838
14,110
13,932
13,892
13,848
13,689
13,730

9,754
9,902
9,985
0,040
0,163
0,505
0,762
0,611
0,566
0,565
0,487
0,483

8,599
8,708
8,737
8,767
8,877
9,202
9,484
9,357
9,320
9,310
9,232
9,241

1,155 3,094
1,194 3,170
1,248 3,238
1,273 3,344
1,286 | 3,314
1,303 3,333
1,278 3,348
1,254 3,321
1,246 3,326
1,255 3,283
1,255 3,202
1,242 3,247

4,773 1
4,782
4,361
4,180
4,577
4,389
4,710
4,875
4,995
5,276
5,422
5,264

354
356
365
370
378
387
386
376
383
399
404
427

2,336
2,335
2,334
2,262
2,283
2,290
2,493
2,354
2,311
2,385
2,463
2,439

Monthly averages:
January
February
.„.„
March
April
May
June
„.„__-_
July.
—
August
September
._
October
November
December




20,928
21,033
21,449
21,745
21,832
22,373
22,484
22,297
22,520
22,566
22,444
22,760

REPORTING MEMBER BANKS

153

PRINCIPAL ASSFTS AND LIABILITIES, WEEKLY AND MONTHLY, 1919-1941-Con.inued
[Wednesday figures.

In millions of dollars]

Demand deposits

IndividInterbank
Certiuals,
Demand corpofied
Total
U.S.
and
except
deposits rations,
adjusted
interetc.. officers ' GovernStates checks
Do- Foreigr i bank
ment
Total
and
mestic
etc.
liabilities
political
subdivisions

Cash
items
in
process
of
collection

Other
assets

1,271
1,536
1,331
1,203

Date or month

1,316
1,337
1,331
1,336

30,782
31,276
31,070
31,096

13,673
13,770
13,836
14,017

14,391
14,712
14,635
14,749

553
594
532
471

702
695
611
604

5,409
5,518
5,526
5,486

424
432
427
424

4,889
4,898
4,892
4,888

135
135
134
135

1636
Jan. 8
Jan. 15
Jan. 22
Jan. 29

Time deposits

Total
assets

Interbank

Do- Foreigii
mestic

Borrow - Other Capital
ings liabiliaccounts
ties

i
\

773
783
799
829

Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.

5 ... ._...
12
19... _ _ _ _ _ _ .
26

1,156
1,398
1,260
1,295

1,327
1,337
1,333
1,351

31,002
31,221
31,158
31,179

13,991
14,061
14,112
14,090

14,712
14,924
14,853
14,903

435
535
519
482

598
547
524
510

5,516
5,480
5,524
5,527

406
398
393
391

4,892
4,889
4,889
4,900

135
135
135
135

4
4
4

3

799
803
808
820

3,503
3,504
3,507
3,504

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

4
11
18
25

1,437
1,545
1,369
1,300

1,342
1,348
1,318
1,329

31,469
31,650
31,062
30,844

13,966
14,043
13,771
13,747

14,783
14,925
14,613
14,539

620
663
527
508

511
510
785
777

5,739
5,702
5,375
5,252

387
380
373
366

4,911
4,931
4,922
4,921

134
133
134
133

3
5
4
3

3
13
21
17

866
877
795
815

3,512
3,511
3,513
3,513

Apr
Apr.
Apr.
Apr.
Apr.

1
8
15
22,
29

1,744
1,263
1,850
1,346
1,428

1,353
1,335
1,344
1,345
1,393

31,138
30,990
31,887
31,504
31,666

13,578
13,890
13,996
14,187
14,258

14,623
14,667
15,154
15,059
15,158

699
486
692
474
528

774
760
755
751
752

5,297
5,292
5,487
5,379
5,299

370
359
351
350
348

4,909
4,956
4,958
4,985
5,047

133
135
133
133
132

4
3
3
5
5

22
6
6
2

789
803
821
833
865

3,518
3,523
3,527
3,533
3,532

May 6
May 13 . ._ .
May 20
May 27 ._ __

1,283
1,341
1,241
1,210

1,383
1,379
1,363
1,379

31,633
31,710
31,714
31,801

14,260
14,272
14,390
14,562

15,064
15,221
15,216
15,379

479
392
415
393

754
752
754
747

5,361
5,360
5,344
5,317

374
377
377
374

5,076
5,056
5,043
5,028

130
132
131
132

5
5
4
4

850
871
892
884

3,540
3,544
3,538
3,543

June 3
June 10
June 17
June 24 _

1,479
1,255
1,535
1,272

1,389
1,395
1,358
1,344

32,342
32,302
32,079
32,056

14,580
14,677
14,431
14,563

15,482
15,467
15,422
15,427

577
465
544
408

746
742
852
846

5,453
5,500
5,217
5,315

404
456
476
452

5,035
5,033
5,021
5,059

131
133
131
132

4
4
4
5

959
956
861
875

3,551
3,546
3,539
3,537

,

2,222
1,294
1,611
1,268
1,365

1,348
1,302
1,312
1,324
1,329

33,534
32,615
33,091
32,742
32,759

14,679
14,630
14,746
14,857
14,850

16,048
15,483
15,862
15,704
15,702

853
441
495
421
513

839
836
823
823
823

5,878
5,941
6,019
5,876
5,805

430
432
427
428
417

5,011
4,999
4,999
5,014
5,015

132
133
135
134
133

5
4
4
4
5

847
857
838
851
861

3,491
3,489
3,489
3,487
3,485

5
12... _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
19 26

1,186
1,352
1,218
1,494

1,300
1,308
1,296
1,301

32,428
32,630
32,315
32,690

14,681
14,752
14,794
14,911

15,477
15,705
15,633
15,818

390
399
379
587

822
821
820
820

5,870
5,827
5,621
5,598

412
408
406
408

5,015
5,021
5,014
5,028

131
13r
129
128

5
6
5
4

3
4
3

825
824
813
803

3,481
3,485
3,491
3,493

1,322
1,380
1,614
1,285
1,620

1,307
1,311
1,282
1,300
1,341

32,617
32,902
33,100
32,779
33,407

14,867
14,918
14 910
14,999
15,116

15,740
15,747
16,015
15,896
16,211

449
551
509
388
525

820
821
849
849
847

5,731
5,773
5,801
5,706
5,792

403
<")2
*u8
423
480

5,032
5,036
5,031
5,018
5,063

129
128
130
129
127

4
4
4
5
4

4
22
31
17

805
920
820
842
848

3.500
3,498
3,502
3,500
3.510

2

836
§29
847
849

3,515
3,513
3,518
3,520

865
868
893
894

3,530
3,537
3,544
3,545

879
963
904
900
901

3,565
3,559
3,558
3,553
3,550

796
807
838
822
874
913
851
816
847
840
880
909

3,503
3,505
3,512
3,527
3,541
3,543
3,483
3,488
3,503
3,517
3,539
3,555

_ .
._

.

-_ .. .

July J ,._ _ _ _ _ _ _
JulyS
July 15
July 22 _
July 29
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

Sept. 2
Sept. 9
Sept. 16
Sept. 23..
Sept. 30 _

___ . _.

Oct. 7
Oct. 14
Oct. 21 _
Oct. 28

_, '_ _

1,338
1,743
1,465
1,400

1,305
1,299
1,284
1,303

33,103
33,701
33,452
33,386

14,989
15,052
15,228
15,340

15,877
16,362
16,245
16,286

450
433
448
454

849
848
772
704

5,903
6,032
5,954
5,909

466
480
462
462

5,073
5,068
5,072
5,065

129
130
130
132

4
4
4
5

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

4
10
18 _
25

_.

1,613
1,713
1,670
1,656

1,302
1,299
1,313
1,356

33,522
33,805
33,805
33,726

15,206
15,379
15,399
15,464

16,342
16,388
16,513
16,520

477
704
556
600

626
596
521
449

6,057
6,104
6,167
6,098

448
451
444
450

5,042
5,022
5,029
5,034

130
130
130
130

5
5
5
4

Dec.
Dec.
Dec.
Dec.
Dec.

2
9
16. 23
30

1,674
1,477
2,014
1,805
1,963

1,372
1,371
1,352
1,376
1,378

33,789
33,652
34,475
34,106
34,213

15,464
15,488
15,625
15,574
15,571

16,544
16,406
17,006
16,771
16,843

594
559
633
608
691

449
450
700
702
702

6,153
6,087
6,059
5,945
5,879

443
443
445
419
423

5,037
5,050
5,031
5,043
5,067

128
131
131
132
130

7
4
5
4
4

1,335
1,277
1,413
1,526
1,269
1,385
1,552
1,313
1,444
1,487
1,663
1,787

1,330
1,337
1,334
1,354
1,376
1,371
1,323
1,301
1,308
1,298
1,318
1,370

31,056
31,140
31,256
31,437
31,715
32,195
32,948
32,516
32,961
33,411
33,714
4,047

13,824
14,064
13,882
13,982
4,371
4,563
4,752
4,785
4,962
5.152
5,362
5,544

14,622
14,848
14,715
14,932
15,220
15,449
15,760
15,658
15,922
16,193
16,441
16,714

537
493
579
576
420
499
545
439
484
446
584
617

654
545
646
758
752
797
829
821
837
793
548
601

5,485
5,512
5,517
5,351
5,346
5,371
5,904
5,729
5,761
5,950
6,106
6,025

427
397
376
356
375
447
427
409
423
467
448
435

4,892
4,893
4,923
4,971
5,051
5,037
5,007
5,019
5,036
5,070
5,032
5,045

135
135
133
133
131
132
133
130
129
130
130
130

3
3
4
4
5
4
4
5
4
4
5
5

_ -

Monthly averages:
January
February
March,
_
April
May
June
July
August
September*.
October
November
December




::::_:.
______

3
2

--____
29
23
2
2
13
7
3
2
15
1
1
11

3,501
3,500
3,506
3,505

154

BANKING AND MONETARY STATISTICS
NO. 48-WEEKLY REPORTING MEMBER BANKS IN 111 LEADING CITIES(Wednesday figures. In millions of dollars]
Investments

Loans^

Total
loans
.and
investment*

Date or
month

Memoranda1
To
For CombrokOther
loans
Open pur- merers
To
mar* chas- cial,
and others
To
to
ing indus- Other Total
Real cus- banks ket
Total dealers on
paper
secu- estate tomtrial loans
or
in
carry- and
secu- rities
ers
agriing
rities
secu- culrities2 tural

ReBalserves
with Cash ance*
in
Fedwith
Other eral vault dosecu- Remestic
Direct Guar- rities serve
bank*
anteed
Banks

U. S. Government
obligations

Total

1937
Jan. ft
Jan, 13
Jan, 20
Jan. 27

22,853
22.797
22,657
22,627

6,085
9,039
8.923
8.943

1,255
1,228
1.210
1,218

2,003
2.000
2.001
2,025

1,155
1,152
1.153
1,152

4,244
4,228
4,118
4,097

60
57
57
60

368
374
384
391

13,768
13,758
13,734
13.684

10,543
10,515
10,491
10,424

9,303
9,275
9,262
9,212

1,24,0
1,240
1,229
1,212

3,225
3,243
3,243
3,260

5,184
5,303
5.325
5,355

411
413
389
390

2,313
2,354
2,308
2,255

Feb. 3 .
Feb. 10
Feb. 17
Feb. 24,

22,579
22,655
22,589
22,675

8,941
8,964
8,968
9,054

1,204
1,205
1,201
1,260

2.035
2,023
2,013
2,012

1,151
1,149
1,149
1,149

4,099
4,116
4,129
4.149

60
72
76
79

392
399
400
405

13,638
13,591
13,621
13,621

10,363
10,337
10,317
10,303

9,149
9,121
9.107
9,094

1,214
1,216
1,210
1,209

3.275
3,254
3,304
3,318

5,330
5.351
5.333
5,291

375
397
379
398

2,249
2,231
2.321
2,206

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

3
10
17
24
31

22,718
22.801
22,698
22,560
22,273

9,121
9,260
9,337
9,347
9,366

1,263
1,352
1,338
1,331
1.305

2,017
2,015
2,030
2,036
2,051

1,149
1,152
1,153
1,151
1,157

4.191
4.253
4.318
4,323
4,362

86
81
90
92
81

415
407
408
414
410

13,597
13,541
13,361
13,213
12,907

10,275
10,227
10,041
9,901
9,595

9,067
9,024
8,828
8,696
8,396

1,208
1,203
1,213
1,205
1.199

3,322
3,314
3.320
3.312
3,312

5.171
5,242
5,327
5.112
5,173

374
366
350
362
346

2.055
2,017
2,075
1,963'
1,879

Apr.
Apr.
Apr.
Apr.

7 .
14
21
28

22,356
22,293
22,268
22,202

9,373
9,394
9,402
9,428

1,278
1,261
1,269
1,297

2.049
2.048
2,047
2,040

1,156
1,153
1,156
1,156

4,407
4,463
4,462
4,458

78
74
76
84

405
395
392
393

12,983
12,899
12,866
12,774

9,709
9,640
9,617
9,545

8,520
8,457
8,439
8,370

1,189
1,183
1,178
1,175

3.274
3.259
3.249
3,229

5,176
5.381
5,378
5,425

338
353
340
354

1,924
2,018
1,962
1,964

May
May
May
May

5
12,.
1926.

22,240
. 22,205
22,177
22,182

9,533
9,531
9,500
9,, 629

1,341
1.316
1.323
1.324

2,054
2,068
2,002
1,989

1,157
1,161
1,162
1,161

4,472
4,482
4,398
4,455

128
122
118
110

381
382
497
490

722 4,205
715 4,251

12,707 9,499
12,674 9,487
,473 12,677 9,476
,478 12,653 9,467

8,334
8,323
8,314
8,308

1,165
1,164
1,162
1,159

3,208
3,187
3,201
3,186

5,307
5,359
5,349
5,385

337
349
329
338

1.797
1,783
1,781
1,796

22,158
22,214
22,573
22,414
22,290

9,571
9,647
9,741
9,766
9,760

1,333
1,369
1,370
1,444
1,447

1.995
2,000
2,010
2,011
2,016

1,161
1,166
1,166
1,171
1,169

4,476
4,508
4,553
4,533
4,563

123
123
167
142
98

483
481
475
465
467

720
719
716
716
714

4,270
4,282
4,326
4,308
4,331

,481
,507
,521
,520
,534

12,587
12,567
12,832
12,648
12,530

9,443
9,424
9,721
9,534
9,453

8,287
B.258
8,556
|8,374
8,301

1,156
1,166
1,165
1,160
1,152

3,144
3,143
3.111
3,114
3,077

5.278
5,367
5,280
5,335
5,400

329
337
299
308
303

1,766
1,751
1,774
1,734
1,783

22,217
July 7
July 14....... 22,163
22,213
July 21
July28— ,— 22,283

9,734
9,714
9,740
9,784

1,425
1,356
1,357
1,363

1.999
2,003
2,001
2,003

1,168
1,161
1,162
1,163

4,567
4,625
4,632
4,641

111
106
129
150

464
463
459
464

713
707
703
701

4,331
4,407
4,426
4,425

,522
,514
,504
,518

12,483
12,449
12,473
12,499

9,438
9,408
9,435
9,471

8,297
8,254
8,240
8,283

1,141
1,154
1,195
1,188

3,045
3,041
3,038
3,028

5,278 ' 314 1,743
5,352
325 1,801
300 ! 1,785
i 5,302
311 1,753
5,231

Aug. 4
_..
Aug. 11
Aug. 18_.._.
Aug. 25,.

22,378
22,331
22,303
22,315

9,908
9.917
9,933
9,958

1,387
1,356
1,350
1,355

2,000
2,001
2,003
2,006

1.162
1,165
1,165
1,164

4,733
4,788
4,808
4,828

164
137
139
138

462
470
468
467

702
701
697
693

4,499
4,548
4,580
4,606

,532
,540
,534
,535

12,470
12,414
12,370
12,357

9,432
9,385
9,370
9,366

8,242
8,209
8,231
8,232

1,190
1,176
1,139
1,134

3,038
3,029
3,000
2,991

5,089
5,122
5,194
5,191

287
303
292
302

1,691
1,680
1,709
1,654

Sept. 1
Sept. 8
Sept, 15......
Sept. 22
Sept. 29

22,319
22,315
22,232
22,046
22,026

10,027
10,041
10,049
10,010
10,004

1,392
1.363
1.326
1,276
1,227

2,015
2,005
2,003
1,995
2,015

1,164
1,163
1,164
1,165
1,165

4,855
4,905
4,978
5,002
5,025

135
141
109
102
97

466
464
469
470
475

703
694
682
674
682

4,638
4,688
4,758
4,772
4,807

,529
,528
,541
,547
,551

12,292
12,274
12,183
12,036
12,022

9,323
9,322
9,250
9,066
9r034

8,193
8,190
8,122
7,930
7,903

1,130
1,132
1,128
1,136
1,131

2,969
2,952
2,933
2,970
2 ggg

5,186
5,162
5,291
5,440
5,488

281
307
299
314
323

1,638
1,619
1,775
1,746
1.737

9,972 1,178 2,006 1,167 5,052
9,994 1,161 2,008 1.167 5,086
,989 1,167 5,063
9,913 1,119
9,682
956 ,979 1,169 5,016

92
94
93
81

477
478
482
481

678
673
663
660

4,828
4,868
4,837
4,780

,552
,553
,552
,555

12,003
12,005
11,977
12,012

9,042
9,050
9,028
9,066

7,911
7,917
7,896
7,933

1,131
1,133
1,132
1,133

2,961
2,955
2,949
2,946

5,424
5,339
5,368
5,404

307
347
318
334

1,764
1,828
1,787
1,742

9,625
9,600
9,532
9,479

96
73
65
64

477
481
485
479

660
659
658
651

4,761
4,780
4,738
4,683

,561
,561
,552
,553

12,029
12,008
11,998
11,953

9,105
9,100
9,099
9,086

7,968
7,972
7,974
7,966

1,137
1,128
1,125
1,120

2,924
2,908
2,899
2,867

5,325
5,309
5,365
5,394

318
331
314
317

1,744
1,755
1,867
1,850

June 2
June 9
June 16
June 23
June 30.,-,,

21,975
Get, 6.21,999
Oct. 13
21,890
Oct 20
Oct. 27 ...... 21,694
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

21,654
3 .
21,608
10
21,530
17
24. . . 21,432

901
877
865
881

,981
,980
,978
,965

1,169
1,169
1,169
1,168

5,001
5,020
4,970
4,922

304 1,869
21,381 9,441
Dec. 1
876 ,967 1,167 4,888
650 4,637 ,568 11,940 9,081 7,963 1,118 2,859 5,374
475
68
340 1,803
21,489 9,509
Dec. 8
946 ,965 1,168 4,877
654 4,628 ,560 11,980 9,115 8,013 1,102 2,865 5,291
476
77
337 1,869
21,668 9,500
Dec. 15
654 4,645 ,558 12,168 9,286 8,172 1,114 2,882 3,365
913 1,961 1,170 4,896
84
476
367 1,825
Dec. 22....... 21,480 9,418
887 1,952 1,166 4,870
649 4,6l7 ,556 12,062 9,177 8,067 1,110 2,885 5,335
472
71
21,402 9,387
355 1,886
Dec. 29
894 1,951 1,165 4,850
635 4,601 ,565 12,015 9,134 8,018 1,116 2,881 5,427
461
66
Monthly
averages:
January
401 2,307
22,734 8,998. 1,228 2,007 1,153 4,172
13,736 10,493 9,263 1,230 3,243 3,292
59
379
387 2,252
22,600 8,982 1,217 2,021 l',150 4,123
February . .
13,618 10,330 9,118 1,212 3,288 5,326
72
399
March
359 1,998
22,610 9,286 1,318 2,030 1,152 4,289
13,3241 10,008 8,802 1 1,206 3,316 5,205
86 I 411
346 1,967
April
_. 22,280 9,399
12,881 9,628 8,447 1,181 3,253 5,340
,276 2,046 1,155 4,448
396
78
338 1,790
May..__... 22,201 9,523 ,326 2,028 1,160 4,452
12,678 9,483 8,320 1,163 3,195 5,350
438
120
315 1,761
22,330 9,697 ,393 2,006 1,167 4,526
June.,.-717 4,303 1,512 12,633 9,515 8,355 1,160 3,118 5,332
474
131
312 1,771
22,219 9,743 ,375 2,001 1,164 4,616
July .
706 4,397 1,514 12,476 9,438 8,268 1,170 3,038 5,291
463
124
22,332 9,929 ,362 2,002 1,164 4,789
August
296 1,683
698 4,558 1,535 12,403 9,389 8,229 1,160 3,014 5,149
467
145
September. 22,187 10,026 1,317 2,007 1,164 4,952
305 1,703
687 4,733 1,539 12,161 9,199 8,068 1,131 2.9S2 5,313
469
117
326 1,781
21,889 9,890 1,103 1,996 1,168 5,054
October
669 4,828 1,553 11,999 9,046 7,914 1,132 2,953 3,384
90
479
320 1,804
November . 21,556 9,559
881 1,976 1,169 4,978
657 4,740 1,557 11,997 9,097 7,970 1,127 2,900 5,348
481
74
341 1,850
December- 21,484 9,451
472
903 1,959 1,167 4,877
648 4,626 1,562 12,033 9,159 8,046 1,113 2,874 5,358
73
1
The loan classification was revised in May (see explanation in accompanying text), and beginning with May 19 the figures in the third,
fourth, sixth, and eighth columns, particularly the eighth column, are not strictly comparable with those previously published. For some time
figures were reported on a basis which permitted an approximately comparable continuation of the old series, in addition to providing the new
Beriee. Thus, columns three to. eight give approximately the old series of loans, while columns three, five, seven, and eight together with the
three memorandum columns give the new series.
* Except to brokers and dealers in securities.




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155

PRINCIPAL ASSETS AND LIABILITIES, WEEKLY AND MONTHLY, 1919-1941-Continued
[Wednesday figures. In millions of dollars]
Time deposits

Demand deposits
Total
assets

Cash
items
in
process
of
collection

Other
assets

1,549
1,652
1,497
1,494

1,335
1,339
1,355
1,368

33,645
33,858
33,531
33,489

15,425
15,562
15,547
15,530

16,423
16,659
16,563
16,510

551
555
481
514

702
655
560
526

5,998
5,989
5,927
5,896

412
410
418
411

5,052
5,053
5,050
5,052

132
132
132
133

4
3
3
3

Feb. 3 -_
Feb. 10
Feb. 17-.,
Feb. 24

1,422
1,438
1,690
1,740

1,349
1,360
1,365
1,367

33,304
33,332
33,677
33,677

15,493
15,552
15,604
15,638

16,397
16,452
16,704
16,731

518
538
590
647

476
434
383
342

5,853
5,820
5,905
5,839

414
403
410
412

5.077
5,095
5,093
5,111

135
133
133
134

3
4
4
4

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

3
10
17 .
24
31,.

1,540
1,600
1.659
1,547
1.666

1,367
1,390
1,333
1,338
1,351

33,225
33,416
33,442,
32,882
32,688

15,501
15,649
15,541
15,336
15,120

16,509
16,615
16,600
16,310
16,261

532
634
600
573
525

340
379
419
355
353

5,679
5,608
5,656
5,453
5,332

418
415
429
432
447

5,167
5,147
5,128
5,129
5,144

136
135
131
133
130

Apr.
Apr.
Apr.
Apr.

7.-14.
21—
28

1,406
1,611
1,487
1,509

1,352
1,333
1,323
1,345

32,552
32,989
32,758
32,799

15,160
15,249
15,333
15,388

16,084
16,417
16,362
16,439

482
443
458
458

353
351
272
272

5,435
5,526
5,414
5,321

432
476
484
501

5,144
5,133
5.146
5,158

May
May
May
May

5
12
19
26

1,347
1,568
1,448
1.439

1,334
1,331
1,342
1,344

32.362
32,595
32,426
32,484

15,349
15,376
15,425
15,528

16,273
16,496
16,424
16,523

423
448
449
444

233
207
182
181

5,116
5,075
5,010
4,927

515
533
520
543

June 2
June 9
June 16
June 23
June 30-

1,563
1,301
1.727
1.385
1.871

1,340
1,338
1,306
1,338
1,302

32,434
32,308
32,959
32,514
32.949

15,274
15,506
15,242
15,289
15,187

16,374
16,353
16,473
16,240
16,462

463
454
496
434
596

142
103
547
549
547

5,039
4,939
4,942
4,802
4,913

1,568
1,560
1,449
1,411

1,282
1,287
1,276
1,265

32,402
32,488
32,325
32,254

14,855
15,031
15,018
15,033

15,880
16,131
16,008
15,986

543
460
459
458

477
451
429
430

1,307
1,352
1,311
1,318

1,262
1,265
1,270
1,279

32,014
32,053
32,079
32,059

14,877
14,914
14,930
14,950

15,754
15,884
15,873
15,840

430
382
368
428

1,587
1,340
1,923
1,494
1.495

1,302
1,292
1,272
1,278
1,285

32,313
32,035
32.792
32,318
32,354

14,924
14,811
14,827
14,788
14.864

15.964
15,701
16,092
15,825
15,921

Date or month

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

6
13
20
27

1937

July7..,
July 14 .
July 21
July 28

Aug. 4...
Aug. 11
Aug. 18Aug. 25 .
Sept. I _ _
Sept. 8
Sept. 15
Sept. 22_
Sept. 29.

.

.

.

. .

.. .

. .

IndividCertiuals,
fied
Demand corpoU.S.
deposits rations, and
officers' Governadjusted etc.,
States checks, ment
Total
etc.
and
liabilities
political
subdivisions

Interbank

Interbank

Do- Foreign
mestic

Total
except
interbank

Do- Foreign
mestic

Borrow Other Capital
ings liabili- aeties counta

1

807
842
827
873

3,563
3,560
3,563
3.569

3

867
885
884
885

3,564
3,568
3,568
3,572

4
4
4
5
6

2
1
1
4
6

860
903
898
908
903

3.578
3,575
3,57«
3,580
3,581

124
121
117
116

6
6
6
6

2
5
1
3

910
930
915
944

3,580
3,581
3,583
3,581

5,149
5,201
5,205
5,222

108
107
105
105

6
7
10

38
16
24
4

909
912
909
929

3,592
3,593
3,591
3,596

549
567
580
599
602

5,231
5,233
5,233
5,233
5,235

100
100
99
105
103

11
12
12
13
14

13
16
58
38

905
928
915
904
879

3.607
3,603
3.604
3,597
3,598

5,037
5,003
4,977
4,921

622
612
607
582

5,249
5,250
5,251
5,268

103
102
100
99

15
16
17
19

9
7
18
32

869
860
862
862

3.598
3,596
3,597
3,597

463
498
532
569

4,926
4,883
4,918
4,794

582
571
562
556

5,244
5,229
5,227
5,282

97
96
96
107,

19
18
17
17

43
42
39
21

853
842
838
838

3,603
3,608
3,609
3,607

547
450
658
457
438

591
608
606
630
644

4,773
4,806
4,993
4,931
4,887

571
570
552
553
549

5,268
5,289
5,280
5.288
5,290

no
no

14
13
17
23
23

15
23
6
4

845
852
864
879
876

3.615
3,613
3,608
3,612
3,611

114
112
113

22
21
20
20

3
4
7
6

862
849
866
872

3,615
3,615
3,617
3,620

114
114
111

7
5

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

6
13
20
27.

1,373
1,849
1,571
1,479

1,287
1.304
1,314
1,311

32.130
32,666
32,248
31,964

14,628
14,801
14,789
14,804

15,595
16,221
15,857
15,827

406
429
503
456

645
595
508
471

5,063
5,030
4,975
4,836

523
520
497
472

5,282
5,270
5.285
5,274

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

3
10
17.24

1,607
1,499
1,580
1,360

1,309
1,292
1.308
1,310

31,957
31,794
31,964
31,663

14,610
14,657
14,612
14.665

15,728
15,644
15,737
15,615

489
512
455
410

447
416
416
418

4,929
4,868
5,010
4,906

457
428
414
402

5.278
5,302
5,296
5,273

112
112

no

19
20
19
18

13
2
4
3

865
867
877
884

3,621
3,623
3,624
3,624

Dec.
Dec.
Dec.
Dec.
Dec.

1
8
15-.
22
29

1,588
1,267
1,960
1,558
1.550

1.313
1,307
1,296
1,288
1,267

31,829
31,497
32,495
31,853
31,887

14,612
14,707
14,675
14,423
14,431

15,707
15.543
15,998
15,511
15,535

493
431
637
470
446

416
417
684
689
691

4,951
4,885
4,963
4,933
4,981

397
388
401
435
433

5,234
5,183
5.192
5,201
5,205

109
111
111
109
109

21
20
14
9
9

6
13
17
7
9

864
872
848
859
843

3,631
3,634
3,630
3,630
3,626

1,548
1,573
1,602
1,503
1,450
1,569
1,497
1,322
1,568
1,568
1,511
1,585

1,349
1,360
1.356
1,338
1,338
1,325
1,277
1,269
1,286
1,304
1,305
1.294

33,631
33,498
33,130
32,774
32,467
32,632
32,367
32,051
32,362
32,252
31,844
31.912

15,516
15,572
15,429
15,283
15,420
15,300
14,984
14,918
14,843
14,756
14,636
14,570

16,539
16,571
16.459
16,325
16,429
16,380
16,001
15,838
15,900
15,875
15,681
15,659

525
573
573
460
441
489
480
402
510
448
467
495

611
409
369
312
201
378
447
515
616
555
424
579

5.953
5,854
5,546
5,424
^5,032
4,927
4,984
4,880
4,878
4,976
4,928
4,943

413
410
428
473
528
579
606
568
559
503
425
411

5,052
5,094
5,142
5,145
5,194
5,233
5,254
5,245
5,283
5,278
5,287
5,203

132
134
133
120
106
101
101
99
112
112
111

3
4
5
6
8
12
17
18
18
21
19
15

3
1
3
3
20
25
17
36
11

837
880
894
925
915
906
863
843
863
862
873
857

3,563
3.568
3.578
3,581
3.593
3.602
3,597
3,607
3,612
3,617
3,623
3,630

Monthly averages:
January
February
March. _
April
May..
June
July
August
- „
September
October
November
December




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in

no

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10

BANKING AND MONETARY STATISTICS

166

NO. 48-WEEKLY REPORTING MEMBER BANKS IN 101 LEADING CITIES[Wednesday figures. In millions of dollars]
Loans

Total
loans
and
investments

Date or month

1938

Total

Investments

Fnr
Compurchasing
mercial, Open or carrying
securities
To
indus- market
Real banks Other
To
trial
estate
and paper brokTo
ers
agriand others
culdealtural
ers

Reserves
Balwith Cash ances
Fedin
with
Other eral vault dosecu- Remestic
Direct Guar- rities aerve
banks
anteed
Banks

U. S. Government
obligations
Total

Total

21,249
21,333
21,285
_ 21,275

9,226
9,195
9,089
9,038

,517
,501
,438
,395

465
460
459
459

840
842
812
806

628
625
621
617

1,163
1,164
1,162
1,162

69
66
67
67

1,544
1,537
1,530
1,532

12,023
12,138
12,196
12,237

9,181
9,228
9,273
9,315

8,058
8,097
8,143
8,176

1,125
1,131
1,130
1,139

,842
,910
,923
,922

5,473
5,600
5,647
5,735

322
330
302
305

1,918
1,957
2,023
2,046

2
9
16
23

21,234
21,226
21,231
21,167

8,981
8,925
8,944
8,896

,394
,402
,392
,378

455
450
441
436

762
714
747
731

617
615
616
614

1,161
1,161
1,158
1,160

65
63
73
67

1,527
1,520
1,517
1,510

12,253
12,301
12,287
12,271

9,306
9,348
9,310
9,297

8,165
8,202
8,160
8,147

1,141
1,146
1,150
1,150

,947
,953
,977
,974

5.674
5,617
5,622
5,673

277
304
280
313

2,010
1.972
2,038
2,041

Mar.
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

2....
9
16
23
30

21,231
21,262
21,144
20,912
20,810

8,933
9,020
8,889
8,805
8,771

4,357
4,342
4,335
4,306
4,299

431
431
428
422"
418

769
881
759
721
680

616
614
6f5
608
605

1,158
1,155
1,155
1,148
1,150

82
86
76
87
96

1,520
1,511
1,521
1,513
1,523

12,298
12,242
12,255
12,107
12,039

9,296
9,233
9,253
9,042
8,934

8,137
8,081
8,089
7,876
7,778

1,159
1,152
1,164
1,166
1,156

3,002
3,009
3,002
3,065
3,105

5,627
5,735
5,733
5,773
5,755

279
304
282
316
330

2,039
2,030
2,045
1,945
1,898

Apr
Apr.
Apr
Apr.

6
13
20
27,

20,831
20,794
20,809
. . . . 20,844

8,677
8,567
8,585
8,587

4,275
4,246
4,208
4,187

413
406
399
393

637
573
624
652

596
591
590
591

1,147
1,146
1,148
1,149

100
103
110
104

1,509
1,502
1,506
1,511

12,154
12,227
12,224
12,257

9,065
9,131
9,156
9,186

7,897
7,960
7,977
7,987

1,168
1,171
1,179
1,199

3,089
3,096
3,068
3.071

5,687
5,813
5.980
6,060

325
842
330
372

1,929
2,051
2,188
2,256

May
May
May
May

4 ... - --11
18
25

20,842
20,810
20,679
20,597

8,517
8,451
8,408
8,345

4,126
4,110
4,074
4,031

390
385
376
367

646
595
590
578

593
589
587
587

1,150
1,152
1,157
1,156

107
120
120
113

1,505
1,500
1,504
1,513

12,325
12,359
12,271
12,252

9,323
9,3§1
9,343
9,367

8,001
8,017
7,976
7,922

1,322
1,344
1,364
1,385

3,002
2,998
2,928
2,945

5,943
6,001
6,107
6,230

301
391
379
403

2,266
2,277
2,315
2,328

20,536
20,944
20,866
20,572
20,561

8,334
8,625
8,361
8,279
8,321

3,992
3,962
3,958
3,916
3,936

365
361
354
348
340

603
873
663
640
652

583
582
581
580
583

1,156
1 , 159
1,157
1,159
1,160

114
167
121
113
113

1,521
1,521
1.527
1,523
1,537

12,202
12,319
12,505
12,293
12,240

9,255
9,325
9,483
9,263
9,258

7,844
7,891
8,032
7,782
7,770

1,411
1,434
1,451
1,481
1,488

2,947
2,994
3,022
3,030
2,982

6,252
6,355
6,405
6,448
6,574

390
404
385
397
417

2,373
2,388
2,446
2,409
2,415

20,476
20,468
. 20,618
20,556

8,252
8,231
8,208
8,161

3,880
3,885
3,878
3,869

335
335
332
334

661
638
623
595

577
578
578
577

1,157
1,159
1,159
1,162

120
118
128
116

1,522
1,518
1,510
1,508

12,224
12,237
12,410
12,395

9,226
9,235
9,318
9,299

7,727
7,730
7,696
7,659

1,499
1,505
1,622
1,640

2,998
3,002
3,092
3,096

0,577
403
6,737
415
6,709 ! 389
6,675
405

2,428
2,462
2,428
2,423

Aug 3
Aug 10
Aug. 17. ... -.
Aug 24
Aug 31

20,560
20,611
20.632
20,713
20,861

8,165
8,199
8,223
8,217
8,270

3,865
3,889
3,900
3,890
3,886

336
336
337
335
339

602
622
632
636
690

574
574
578
580
579

1,161
1,159
1,160
1,158
1,160

111
106
115
114
109

1,516
1,513
1,501
1,504
1,507

12,395
12,412
12,409
12,496
12,591

9,301
9,819
9,302
9,377
9,444

7,655
7,669
7,674
7,724
7,789

1,646
1,650
1,628
1,653
1,655

3,094
3,093
3,107
3,119
3,147

6,570
6,550
6,568
6,039
6,685

378
393
382
396
386

2,399
2,365
2,437
2,419
2,457

Sept 7
Sept. 14.
Sopt 21
Bept 28

20,842
20,964
21,265
21,240

8,241
8,335
8,254
8,241

3,888
3,905
3,889
3,891

333
335
340
344

670
723
658
649

578
579
578
576

1,159
1,162
1,160
1,161

108
114
116
118

1,505
1,517
1,513
1,502

12,601
12,629
13,011
12,999

9,447
9,464
9,803
9,786

7,792
7,794
8,131
8,111

1,655
1,670
1,672
1,675

3,154
3,165
3,208
3,213

6,756
6,871
6,528
6,694

401
425
410
426

2,467
2,499
2,353
2,335

Oct
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

21,189
5
12 « . . . ..... 21,295
21,314
19
.
21,493
26

8,240
8,272
8,270
8,346

3,889
3,917
3,900
3,907

351
345
345
345

631
653
665
728

578 1,161
580 1,161
576 ,164
572 1,165

120
107
106
103

1,510
1,509
1,514
1,526

12,949
13,023
13,044
13,147

9,734
9,731
9,758
9,841

8,055
8,053
8,074
8,154

1,679
1,678
1,684
1,687

3,215
3,292
3,286
3,306

6,797
6,870
7,152
7,200

410
429
424
438

2,379
2,411
2,501
2,495

Nov
Nov.
Nov
Nov
Nov

2
9
16
23
30

21,408
21,364
21,335
21,306
21,325

8,327
8,327
8,323
8,303
8,317

3,892
3,897
3,894
3,869
3,866

347
342
347
341
338

728
717
715
705
712

571 1,164
570 1,165
571 ,165
571 1,168
572 ,169

110
117
108
113
117

1,515
1,519
1,523
1,536
1,543

13,081
13,037
13,012
13,003
13,008

9,818
9,820
9,818
9,811
9,783

8,132
8,141
8,140
8,129
8,106

1,686
1,679
1,678
1,682
1,682

3,263
3,217
3,194
3,192
3,220

7,116
!8,984
7,148
7,263
|7,337

419 2,466
459 ! 2,431
431 2,522
439 2,457
443 2,460

Dec
Dec
Dee
Dec

7
14
21
28

21,450
21,504
21,742
21,649

8,460
8,496
8,473
8,430

3,881
3,872
3,857
3,843

336
336
330
328

838
858
854
848

571
568
566
560

1,165
1,167
1,169
1,169

121
134
120
115

1,548
1,561
1,577
1,567

12,990
13,008
13,269
13,219

9,772
9,776
10,051
9,998

8,087
8,080
8,333
8,266

1,685
1,696
1,718
1,732

3,218
3,232
3,218
3,221

7,395
7,445
8,980
7,057

458
490
493
489

2,487
2,522
2,389
2,410

21,285
21,214
21,072
20,819
20,732
20,696
20,530
20,675
21,078
21,323
21,347
21,586

9,137
8,936
8,884
8,604
8,430
8,384
8,213
8,215
8,268
8,282
8,319
8,465

4,462
4,391
4,328
4,229
4,085
3,953
3,878
3,886
3,893
3,904
3,884
3,863

461
446
426
403
380
354
334
337
338
346
343
332

825
738
762
622
602
686
629
636
675
669
715
850

623
616
611
592
589
582
577
577
578
576
571
•566

1,163
1,160
1,153
1,147
1,154
,158
,159
,160
,161
,163
,166
,168

67
67
86
104
115
125
121
111
114
109
113
123

1,536
1,518
1,518
1,507
1,505
1,526
1,515
1,508
1,509
1,515
1,527
1,563

12,148
12,278
12,188
12,215
12,302
12,312
12,317
12,460
12,810
13,041
13,028
13,121

9,249 8,118 1,131 2,899 5,614
9,315 8,168 1,147 2,963 5,646
9,151 7,992 1,159 3,037 5,724
9,134 7,955 1,179 3,081 5,885
9,334 7,980 1,354 2,968 6,070
9,317 | 7,864 1,453 2,995 6,407
9,271) 7,703 1,567 3,047 6,675
9,348 7,702 1,646 3,112 6,602
9,625 7,957 1,668 3,185 6,712
9,766 8,084 1,682 3,275 7,005
9,811 8,130 1,681 3,217 7,170
9,899 8,191 1,708 3,222 7,219

315
294
302
342
334
398
403
3S7
416
425
438
483

1,986
2,016
1,992
2,107
2,296
2,406
2,435
2,416
2,413
2,446
2,467
2,452

Jan
Jan
Jan
Jan.

5
12
If)
26

Feb.
Feb
Feb
Feb

June 1
June 8
June 15
June 22
June 29
July 6 .- July 13
July 20,.
July 27

.

Monthly- averages:
January
February
March .
April
May
June
July . .
-~
August
,1
September
October
|
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December




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REPORTING MEMBER BANKS

157

PRINCIPAL ASSETS AND LIABILITIES, WEEKLY AND MONTHLY, 1919-1941-Continued
[Wednesday figures. In millions of dollars]
Time deposits

Demand deposits

IndividCash
Interbank
IndividInterbank
uals,
Certiuals,
corpoitems
Demand corpoBorrations,
in
fied
Other
deposits rations
rowand
etc., Postal
U.S.
process assets
adjusted
ings
officers' Governetc.,
States savings
of
Foreign
D> Foreign and
DoStates checks, ment
Total
collection
mestic
mestie
etc.
and
political
liabilities
subpolitical
divisubsions
divisions
Total
assets

Date or month

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

5_
12
19
26

1938
1,358
1,423
... .... 1,400
1,155

1,255
1,275
1,268
1,283

31,575
31,918
31,925
31,799

14,219
14,463
14,487
14,583

15,158
15,424
15,398
15,378

419
462
489
360

679
675
654
653

5,114
5,155
5,218
5,207

432
424
413
416

5,205
5,185
5,180
5,194

20
18
19
19

110
109
115
H5

CapOther ital
liabili- acties counts

801
826
807
821

3,620
3,626
3,624
3,626

787
806
786
790

3,621
3,623
3,622
3,626

805
818
826
824
827

3,630
3,628
3,626
3,623
3,620

787
793
788
794

3.624
3.624
3,627
3,030

793
785
768
766

3,637
3,642
3,648
3,651

1
1

738
762
765
756
758

3,650
3.653
3,644
3.648
3.648

7
11
5

732
729
727
736

3.641
3,645
3,647
3,646

1

712
700
697
717
705

3,649
3,855
3,656
3,660
3,664

9
8
8
9

8
6
1

Feb. 2
Feb. 9
Feb. 16
Feb. 23

1,223
1,023
1,333
1,246

1,276
1,319
1,325
1,320

31,694
31,461
31,829
31,760

14,464
14,511
14,485
14,576

15,277
15,217
15,441
15,459

410
317
377
363

639
639
638
638

5,201
5,129
5,213
5,146

408
381
375
366

5,207
5,205
5,229
5,229

18
18
19
20

115
115
112
114

9
9
8
9

2
2
9

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

1,314
1,238
1,423
1,311
1,218

1,330
1,333
1,272
1,269
1,285

31,820
31,902
31,899
31,526
31,296

14,381
14,514
14,335
14,301
14,268

15,286
15,316
15,313
15,122
15,099

409
436
445
' 490
387

673
707
725
697
696

5,270
5,246
5,271
5,069
4,963

358
353
339
345
347

5,240
5,239
5,204
5,212
5,203

20
19
19
19
18

114
117
117
116
117

10
9
9
9
8

5
14
5

1,171
1,349
1,365
1,213

1,297
1,288
1,266
1,274

31,240
31,637
31,938
32,019

14,274
14,425
14,451
14,598

15,073
15,426
15,353
15,421

372
348
463
390

630
627
605
585

5,075
5,145
5,431
5,518

328
329
321
328

5,203
5,200
5,202
5,211

19
18
19
19

117
114
113
114

8
10
9
9

4
3
7

4
11
18
25

1,276
1,268
1,202
1,156

1,310
1,293
1,306
1,319

31,998
32,040
31,988
32,033

14,450
14,598
14.569
14,697

15,279
15,464
15,399
15,447

447
402
372
406

568
546
545
538

5,612
5,567
5,622
5,585

319
307
306
304

5,209
5,189
5,191
5,*94

17
18
18
18

108
111
110
111

9
9
9
10

June 1..
June 8June 15
June 22_
June 29

.1. . 1,554
1,415
1,862
. _ „ 1,200
1,353

1,323
1,350
1,342
1,345
1,280

32,428
32,856
33,306
32,371
32,600

14,589
15,034
15,065
14,936
15,036

15,585
15,829
16,210
15,778
15,963

558
620
717
358
426

533
520
506
483
465

5,723
5,798
5,819
5,676
5,664

306
303
300
306
311

5,200
5,213
5,211
5,224
5,221

16
17
16
18
18

109
108
108
114
116

9
9
9
9
9

July
July
July
July

_„

._ 1,317
1,509
1,296
1,167

1,263
1,261
1,271
1,282

32,464
32,852
32,711
32,508

14,801
14,994
15,127
15,160

15,702
15,982
15,961
15,956

416
521
462
371

463
455
449
441

5,847
5,878
5,825
5,734

309
304
299
295

5,215
5,196
5,195
5,187

14
13
13
13

116
114
114
116

9
8
8
8

1,132
1,115
1.184
1,071
1,339

1,275
1,271
1,268
1,262
1.282

32,314
32,305
32,471
32,500
33,010

14,951
15,009
15,020
15,214
15,388

15,733
15,760
15,867
15,926
16,297

350
364
337
35?
430

436
430
425
421
411

5,812
5,777
5,840
5,763
5,847

301
305
311
316
327

5,181
5,180
5,202
5,204
5,197

12
13
13
13
13

115
112
113
112
111

8
9
9
9
8

Sept. 7
Sept. 14
Sept. 21
Sept. 28

1,260
1,470
1,277
1,226

1,273
1,272
1,223
1,232

32,999
33,501
33,056
?3,153

15,267
15,443
15,288
15,508

16,145
16,467
16,177
16,312

382
446
388
422

407
397
581
581

5,994
6,026
5,742
5,690

356
410
436
441

5,204
5,225
5,203
5,167

13
13
13
13

111
112
110
109

8
9
9
7

1

715
738
735
750

3,664
3,658
3,661
3.661

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct

1,367
1,654
1,419
1,445

1,237
1,244
1,240
1,242

33,379
33,903
34,050
34,313

15,396
15,604
15,755
15,995.

16,269
16,711
16,697
16,986

494
547
477
454

578
570
559
546

5,896
5,931
6,133
6,086

461
461
480
485

5,162
5,151
5,151
5,144

13
12
13
12

110
110
110
110

7
8- _...._
7
3
7

728
740
757
814

3,661
3,662
3,663
3,666

Nov. 2
Nov. 9
Nov. 16
Nov. 23
Nov. 30

1,346
1,449
1.5C9
1,376
1,622

1,243
1,235
1,256
1,274
1,306

33.998
33,922
34,291
34,115
34,493

15,766
15,711
15,720
15,916
16,013

16,710
16,749
16,883
16,861
17,075

402
411
436
431
560

540
535
534
537
534

6,107
6,070
6,240
6,085
6,098

466
446
477
496
500

5,144
5,126
5,126
5,114
5,112

11
11
11
11
12

112
112
113
114
114

9
9
9
8
8

2
3
3
3
1

822
772
783
778
795

3,673
3,678
3.«76
3,677
3,684

Dec. 7
Dec. 14
Dec. 21
Dec. 28

1,382
1,590
1,627
1,744

1,297
1,301
1,272
1,279

34,469
34,852
34,503
34,628

16,114
16,221
16,025
15,586

16,926
17,327
17,077
17,166

570
484
575
564

533
532
639
637

6,187
6,241
5,939
5,949

483
494
498
510

5,115
5,119
5,129
5,148

12
11
12
12

111
112
112
112

1
9
9 ......
9
1
9

839
843
828
834

3,683
3,680
3.683
3,686

1,334
1,206
1,301
1,275
1,226
1,477
1,322
1,168
1,308

1,270
1,310
1,298
1,281
1,307
1,328
1,269
1,272
1,250
1,241
1,263
1,287

31,804
31,686
31.689
31,709
32,015
32,712
32.634
32,520
33,177
33,911
34,163
34,613

14,438
14,509
14,360
14,437
14,579
14,932
15,021
15,116
15,377
15,688
15,825
16,087

15,339
15,348
15,227
15,318
15,397
15,873
15,900
15,917
16,275
16,666
16,856
17,124

433
367
433
393
407
536
443
368
409
493
448
548

665
638
700
612
549
501
452
425
491
563
536
585

5,174
5,172
5,164
5,292
5,596
5,736
5,821
5,808
5,863
6,012
6,120
6,079

421
383
348
328
309
305
302
312
411
472
477
496

5,191
5,218
5,220
5,204
5,196
5,214
5,198
5,193
5,200
5,152
5,124
5,128

19
19
19
19
18
17
13
13
13
12
11
12

112
114
116
115
110
111
115
112
111
110
113
112

8
9
9
9
9
9
8
8
8
7
9
9

814
792
820
791
778
756
731
706
735
760
790
836

3.624
3,623
3.626
3,626
3,645
3,649
3,645
3,657
3,661
3,663
3,677
3.683

2
9
16
23
30

Apr. 6 ..
Apr. 13
Apr. 20
Apr. 27
May
May
May
May

6.
13
20
27.

Aug. 3
Aug. 10
Aug. 17
Aug. 24
Aug 31

- -

-

5.
12
19
26

Monthly averages:
January
_ „-__
February
March
April
May
. ...
June
July
August
September
October
N o vember . .
December
,_-




i,m

1,478
1.586

11

3
1
24

5

4
3
7
2
1
5
6
1

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2
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158

NO. 48-WEEKLY REPORTING MEMBER BANKS IN 111 LEADING CITIES[Wednesday figures. In millions of dollars]
Loans

Date or
month

Investments

For
Compurchasing
merTotal
or carrying
cial, Open
loans
securities
To
Real
indus- marand
To
ket
invest- Total trial
estate' banks Other
and paper brokments
To
ers
agriand others
culdealtural
ers

U. S. Government obligations

Total

Direct

Total
Total

Bills

Notes Bonds

Reserves
with Cash
Fed- in
Other cral vault
secu- ReGuar- ritiesl serve
anteed
Banks

2

1939
Jan. 4
Jan 11
Jan 18
Jan 25

21,526
21,477
21,439
21,428

8,412
8,367
8,200
8,281

3,826
3,818
3.789
3,765

324
323
325
327

884
864
826
835

559
546
543
540

1,166
1,169
1,170
1,173

99
107
95
101

1,554
1,540
1,542
1,540

13,114
13,110
13 149
13,147

8.189
8,206
8 182
8,186

1,732
1,715
1,732
1,733

3,193
3,189
3,235
3,228

7,237
7,371
7,545
7,596

452
456
424
427

Feb. 1
Feb. 8
Feb. 15
Feb 21

1,442
1,450
1,608
1,606

8,233
8,168
8,205
8,180

3,767
3,745
3,761
3,766

324
324
321
321

792
786
813
790

535
534
533
529

1,174
1,137
1,134
1,135

99
106
104
99

1,542
1,536
1,539
1,540

13,209 9,962 8,173
13,282 9,982 8,174
13,403 10,157 8,182
13,426 10,177 8,184

1,789
453 2,543 5,178 1,808
460 2,543 5,179 1,975
453 2,536 5,195 1,993

3,247
3,300
3,246
3,249

7,521
7.452
7,171
7.289

394
423
410
412

Mar.
Mar
Mar.
Mar
Mar

1
8
15
22
29

1,594
1,788
1,822
1,742
1,579

8,186
8,338
8,281
8,209
8,191

3,773
3,773
3,794
3,805
3,814

313
313
310
310
305

799
923
875
794
764

523,
532
531
530
531

1,136
1,135
1,136
1,136
1,140

92
111
83
90
94

1,550
1,551
1,552
1,544
1,543

13,408
13,450
13,541
13,533
13,388

10,162
10,206
10,303
10,274
10,122

8,143
8,176
8,280
8,238
8,096

416
442
473
434
286

2,531
2,427
2,052
1,999
1,997

5,196
5,307
5,755
5,805
5,813

2,019
2,030
2,023
i 2,036
2,026

3,246 7,368
3,244 ! 7,409
3,238 7,464
3,259 1 7,379
3,266 7,515

389
420
402
416
424

Apr
Apr
Apr
Apr.

5
12
19
26

21, ©34
21 691
21,808
21.775

8,164
8,120
8,124
8,100

3,838
3,852
3,858
3,844

307
303
305
304

727
685
690
685

539
539
537
535

1,143
1,143
1,145
1,147

79
68
71
57

1,531
1,530
1,518
1,528

13,470
13,571
13,684
13,675

10,180
10,251
10,303
10,300

8,145
8,213
8,273
8,270

313
342
357
357

1,995
2,008
2,015
2,025

5,837
5,863
5,901
5,888

2,035
2,038
2,030
2,030

3,290
3,320
3,381
3,375

7,668
7,866
8,100
8,257

412
434
417
434

21,785
May 3
May 10 „ . 21,719
May 17...... 21,609
21,673
May 24
21,680
May 31

8,071
8,085
8,046
8,125
8,126

3,841
3,852
3,845
3,837
3,822

302
295
301
309
308

648
663
639
717
721

539
537
539
541
539

1,148
1,149
1,150
1,154
1,156

60
60
53
56
59

1,533
1,529
1,519
1,511
1,521

13,714
13,634
13,563
13,548
13,554

10,367
10,344
10,335
10,310
10,292

8,341
8,334
8,304
8,264
8,237

422
430
412
394
333

2,019
2,031
2,030
2,032
2,053

5,900
5,873
5,862
5,838
5,851

,026
,010
,031
,046
,055

3,347
3,290
3,228
3,238
3,262

8,190
8,337
8,352
8,476
8,449

410
429
419
430
427

June 7
June 14
June 21
June 28

21,795
21,878
21,923
21,951

8,116
8,097
8,072
8,089

3,833
3,831
3,823
3,833

309
307
298
303

699
674
661
648

540
540
542
543

1,155
1,160
1,159
1,161

52
54
52
51

1,528
1,531
1,537
1,550

13,679
13,781
13,851
13,862

10,410
10,498
10,531
10,571

8,318
8,390
8,404
8,423

395
423
440
431

2,080
2,112
2,121
2,112

5,843
5,855
5,843
5,880

,092
,108
,127
,148

3,269 8,417
3,283 8,470
3,320 i 8,475
3,291 8.479J

456
448
431
455

July 5
July 12
July 19
July 26

22,000
22,023
22,025
22,135

8,142
8,131
8,116
8,194

3,872
3,887
3,893
3,899

314
313
311
312

650
644
615
681

542
530
528
528

1,159
1,163
1,164
1,165

56
58
71
71

1,549
1,536
1,534
1,538

13,858
13,892
13,909
13,941

10,635
10,646
10,664
10,682

8,485
8,493
8,505
8,514

469
454
458
465

2,125
2,134
2,132
2,137

5,891
5,905
5,915
5,912

,150
,153
,159
,168

3,223
3,246
3,245
3,259

8,473
8,649
8,706
8,750

441
464
439
448

Aug 2
Aug. 9
Aug 16
Aug 23
Aug. 30

22,244
22,274
22,337
22,340
22,442

8,166
8,156
8,186
8,178
8,209

3,887
3,917
3,912
3,938
3,996

313
310
313
312
317

655
631
676
639
. 608

526
522
519
518
519

1,168
1,170
1,172
1,173
1,174

74
74
60
53
49

1,543
1,532
1,534
1,545
1,546

14,078
14,118
14,151
14,162
14,233

10,756
10,789
10,811
10,807
10,851

8,515
8,530
8,544
8,533
8,565

473
480
495
494
502

2,132
2,155
2,159
2,138
2,160

5,910
5,895
5,890
5,901
5,903

2,241
2,259
2,267
2,274
2,286

3,322
3,329
3,340
3,355
3,382

8,684
8,791
8,917
9,116
9,247

424
446
426
443
465

Sept. 6.. — . 22,389 8,305 4,075
Sept. 13 ... 22,389 8,315 4,159
Sept 20
22,339 8,319 4,201
22,419 8,350 4,229
Sept 27

314
318
315
316

640
568
532
533

512
513
510
510

1,174
1,178
1,180
1,180

46
34
35
35

1,544
1,545
1,546
1,547

14,084
14,074
14,020
14,069

10,731
10,711
10,658
10,669

8,512
8,489
8,428
8,437

468
475
437
419

2,154
2,153
2,131
2,137

5,890
5,861
5,860
5,881

2,219
2,222
2,230
2,232

3,353
3,363
3,362
3,400

9,368
9,686
9,723
9,794

463
489
470
486

9,921
9,921
9,914
9,919

22,498
22,568
22,563
22,657

8,375
8,408
8,423
8,479

4,251
4,288
4,286
4,292

318
318
316
318

538
530
548
593

505
504
501
510

1,179
1,182
1,181
1,180

36
37
36
32

1,548
1,549
1,555
1,554

14,123
14,160
14,140
14,178

10,743
10,799
10,798
10,854

8,503
8,559
8,574
8,628

492
553
571
629

2,130
2,128
2,126
2,145

5,881
5,878
5,877
5,854

2,240
2,240
2,224
2,226

3,380 9,826
3,361 9,879
3,342 10,028
3,324 10,094

471
489
4SO
487

22,728
22,835
23,014
23,092
23,159

8,521
8,521
8,549
8,617
,8,658

4,310
4,330
4,362
4,388
4,381

317
316
312
315
312

603
594
588
620
660

512
500
497
497
499

1,184
1,184
1,187
1,189
1,189

36
37
39
36
36

1,559
1,560
1,564
1,572
1,579

14,207
14,314
14,465
14,475
14,503

10,916
10,970
11,127
11,127
11,121

8,684
8,720
8,725
8,726
8,713

667
702
720
731
711

2,159
2,169
2,179
2,166
2,160

5,858
5,849
5,826
5,829
5,842

2,232
2,250
2,402
2,401
2,408

3,291
3,344
3.338
3,348
3,382

9,885
9,852
9,698
9,790
9,792

458
500
475
483
504

23,162
Dec 6
23,523
Dec 13
23,465
Dec. 20
Dec. 27...... 23,260
Monthly
averages:
January . . .
21,468
February., 21,527
March
21,705
April ... 21,727
21,693
May
21.887
June
July
22,046
22,327
August
September- 22,384
22,571
October
November. 22,966
December . 23,353

8,646
8,871
8,932
8,758

4,378
4,416
4,406
4,400

313
319
322
322

650
818
852
715

603
504
510
506

1,187
1,189
1,189
1,189

33
43
66
43

1,582
1,582
1,587
1,583

14,516
14,652
14,533
14,502

11,139
11,276
11,166
11.162

8,724
8,863
8,762
8,748

726
713
653
595

2,149
2,134
2,110
1,765

5,849
6,016
5,999
6,388

2,415
2,413
2,404
2,414

3,377
3,376
3,367
3,340

9,748
9,506
9,577
9,689

504
539
541
544

8,338
8,197
8,241
8,127
8,091
8,094
8,146
8,179
8,322
8,421
8,573
8,802

3,800
3,760
3,792
3,848
3,839
3,830
3,888
3,930
4,166
4,279
4,354
4,400

325
323
310
305
303
304
312
313
316
317
314
319

852
795
831
697
678
671
648
642
568
552
613
759

547
533
529
537
539
541
532
521
511
505
501
506

1,170
1,145
1,137
1,144
1,151
1,159
1,163
1,171
1,178
1,181
1,187
1,189

100
102
94
69
58
52
64
62
38
35
37
46

1,544
1,539
1,548
1,527
1,523
1,537
1,539
1,540
1,545
1,552
1,567
1,583

13,130
13,330
13,464
13,600
13,602
13,793
13,900
14,148
.14,062
14,150
14,393
14,551

9,919
10,069
10,213
10,258
10,329
10,502
10,657
10,802
10,693
10,798
11,052
11,186

8,191
8,178
8,186
8,225
8,296
8,383
8,499
8,537
8,467
8,566
8,714
8,774

410
342
398
422
461
488
450
561
706
672

2,201
2,011
2,033
2,106
2,132
2,149
2,144
2,132
2,167
2,039

5,575
5,872
5,865
5,855
5,906
5,900
5,873
5,873
5,841
6,063

1,728
1,891
2,027
2,033
2,033
2,119
2,158
2,265
2,226
2,232
2,338
2,412

3,211 7,437
3,261 7,358
3,251 7,427
3,342 7,973
3,273 8,361
3,291 8,460
3,243 I 8,345
|3,346 8,951
3,369 9,643
3,332 9,957
3,341 9,803
3,365 9,630

440
410
410
424
423
447
448
440
477
482
484
532

Oct.
Oct.
Oct
Get

4
11
18
25

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov
Nov.

1
8 ...
15
22
29 ._„.

1
For minor revisions in reporting of "real estate loans" and "other securities" effective February S, ] :9, see introductory text, p. 129.
* Not reported separately prior to February 8, 1939.




REPORTING MEMBER BANKS

159

PRINCIPAL ASSETS AND LIABILITIES, WEEKLY AND MONTHLY, 1919-1941-Continued
[Wednesday figures. In millions of dollars]
Time deposits

Demand deposits

Date or
month

1939
Jan. 4..
Jan. 11
Jan. 18
Jan. 25

Balances
with
do-,
mestic
banks

Cash
items
in
proc- Other
ess assets
of
collection

2,559
2,522
2,584
2,580

1,622
1,403
1,407
1,286

Total
assets

Demand
deposits
adjusted

Total
liabilities

Interbank
States Certiand fied U.S.
polit- and Govoffi- ernical
sub- cers' ment Do- Fordivi-2 checks
mestic eign
etc.
sions

565
5, 172
237
561 4,925
232
536 4,937
230
547 4,947

11
14
14
14

111
115
112
116

4,965
4,981
4,976
4,981
4,978

225
231
212
221
229

17
17
17
18
18

114
115
117
120
115

n

613
607
659
626

4,977
4,971
4,971
4,975

228
231
232
250

18
18
18
18

6,510
6,483
6,572
6,529
6,556

635
631
621
626
622

4,979
4,981
4,985
4,989
4,987

259
258
252
248
238

544
544
546
546

6,570
6,631
6,600
6,625

610
592
587
588

4,985
4,991
5,001
5,007

488
385
389
363

546
541
541
536

6,800
6,797
6,786
6,667

611
604
604
615

1,492
1,438
1,399
1,404
1,447

532
369
461
435
394

537
536
532
527
528

6,884
6,924
7,055
7,051
7,040

6,245
6,138
6,245
6,236

511
511
531
535

~— -ttr 993
15,463 1,435
15,723 1,365
15,625 1,383

515
438
510
380

631
630
629
628

6,248
6,156
6,173
6,122

15,643
15,605
15,927
15,513
15,502

1,358
1,296
1,299
1,346
1,335

542
629
752
477
402

629
627
626
622
621

6,300
6,403
6,540
6,381
6,351

556
558
560
600
600

16,072
16,388
16,619
16,742

15,619
16,069
16,159
16,152

1,338
1,328
1,366
1,456

427
425
421
440

621
621
620
616

6,499
6,460
6,460
6,473

35,618
35,581
35,708
35,896
36,033

16,660
16,719
16,681
16,955
16,965

15,963
16,189
16,301
16,379
16,464

1,593
1,380
1.355
1,434
1,498

434
419
402
475
478

608
597
581
567
551

1,309
1,312
1,286
1,241

35,949
36,304
36,150
36,190

17,057
17,212
17,238
17,220

16,390
16,770
16,652
16,720

1,496
1,479
1,488
1,417

*73
424
386
391

1,500
1,388
1,327
1,246

1,225
1,225
1,241
1,229

36,398
36,539
36,505
36,553

17,109
17,368
17,387
17,601

16,790
17,061
17,050
17,132

1,331
1,310
1,275
1,352

2
2,793 1.470
9
2,777 1,155
16 . .. 2,842 1,490
23
2,838 1.285
30.. . 2,789 1,224

1,236
1,237
1,232
1,237
1,241

36,851
36,680
37,244
37,259
37,408

17,462
17,551
17,641
17,835
18,096

16,908
16,899
17,271
17,281
17,479

15,888
16,050
16,124
16,152

Feb. 1. . „ 2,593 1,460 1,241
Feb. 8
2,515 1,260 1,281
Feb. 15
2,522 1,647 1,272
Feb. 21
2,542 1,294 1,256

34,651
34,381
34,630
34,399

16,048
16,076
15,951
16,094

Mar.
Mar.
Mar,
Mar.
Mar.

1... .
8
15 ...
22
29

2,558
2,532
2,659
2,572
2,579

1,578
1,444
1,835
1,360
1,248

1,276
1,281
1,279
1.264
1,272

34,763
34,874
35,461
34,733
34,617

15,965
16,086
16,143
15,976
15,991

Apr.
Apr.
Apr.
Apr,

5
12
19
26

2,615
2,612
2,585
2,571

1,312
1,434
1,327
1,306

1,270
1,279
1,266
1,295

34,911
35,316
35,503
35,638

May 3
May 10
May 17
May 24
May 31

2,575
2,567
2,671
2,707
2,702

1,330
1,269
1,377
1,333
1,475

1,328
1,260
1,280
1,277
1,300

June 7
June 14
June 21
June 28

2,670
2,735
2,747
2,756

1,302
1,461
1,288
1,308

July 5
July 12
July 19 „.
July 26

2,759
2,790
2,767
2,745

Interbank
U.S.
Government
and
Do- Forpostal mestic eign
sav- 3
ings

112
111
110
111

630
632
630
630

34,621
34,455
34,640
34,550

States
and
political
subdivi-2
sions

11
12
12
12

521
433
453
446

1,225
1,226
1,241
1,233

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

Individuals,
partnerships,
corporations,
etc. 2

Individuals,
partnerships,
corporations,
etc.2

16, 989
17, 020
17, 078
16, 992

5, 150
5, 165
5, 162
5, 167

Borrowings

771
748
736
733

8
9
10

;o
11
11
11

CapOther ital
liabili- acties counts

1

3,673
3,676
3,673
3,678

713
713
707
711

3,681
3,682
3,681
3,684

715
708
736
755
766

3,687
3,693
3.685
3,686
3,684

10

2

10

2

13
12
13

1
1
3

116
117
116
117

12
13
11
13

3
1

752
761
774
802

3,688
3,694
3,696
3,700

18
18
18
18
18

117
117
118
118
119

12
11
12
13
13

1
2
2
1
3

781
784
781
786
767

3,708
3,711
3,708
3,713
3,719

237
227
230
223

15
15
15
16

121

13
13
12
12

1

122
120
122

768
777
790
808

3,726
3,719
3,723
3.715

5,009
5,001
5,000
5,014

214
217
217
218

15
15
15
17

122
127
128
129

13
11
12
12

1
6
12
13

743
749
761
767

3,715
3,715
3,715
3.718

611
618
644
659
673

5,019
5,028
5,019
5,021
5,017

218
217
220
223
224

18
18
18
18
18

128
127
128
128
127

12
11
11
10
10

9
10
7
6
4

765
764
757
772
723

3.71S
3,721
3,722
3,724
3.724

Sept. 6
Sept. 13"
Sept. 20
Sept. 27

2,813
2,950
3,021
3,018

1,437
1,669
1,408
1,383

1,242
1,249
1,225
1,220

37,712
38,432
38,186
38,320

18,040
18,288
18,175
18,333

17,599
18,102
17,926
17,988

1,366
1,359
1,266
1,334

512
496
391
394

528
526
528
528

7,219
7,459
7,566
7,545

702
710
732
743

5,016
5,018
5,013
5,018

215
210
207
207

16
17
17
18

127
127
126
122

10
10
10
10

1
1
1
1

675
683
691
700

3,726
3,714
3,712
3,712

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

4
11
18..
25

3.034
3,037
3,087
3,090

1,340
1,514
1,554
1,508

1,233
1,248
1,250
1,249

38,402
38,735
38,962
39,085

18,306
18,451
18,567
18,721

17,926
18,296
18,433
18,453

1,328
1,312
1,248
1,320

392
357
440
456

528
526
525
526

7,711
7,687
7,760
7,729

753
782
788
812

5,028
5,032
5,043
5,057

203
205
190
190

17
17
18
16

123
124
123
123

9
9
9
8

1
1
1

669
669
664
'672

3,714
3,719
3,720
3,722

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

1
8
15
22
29

3,111
3,089
3,166
3,079
3,072

1,687
1,420
1,754
1 450
1,499

1,258
1,269
1,297
1,329
1,294

39,127
38,965
39,404
39,223
39,320

18,556
18,660
18,604
18,918
18,972

18,273
18,184
18,520
18,479
18.503

1,460
1,481
1,431
1,467
1,484

510
415
407
422
484

525
523
521
522
523

7,832
7,829
7,997
7,808
7,772

718
712
703
702
722

5,063
5,067
5,070
5,067
5,043

181
178
182
180
184

17
17
16
17
17

122
123
122
122
122

9 ......
9
1
8
1
9
1
9

689
693
695
720
749

3,728
3,733
3,731
3,707
3,707

Dec. 6
3,030
Dec. 13_...... 3,081
Dec. 20
3,081
Dec. 27
3,061
Monthly
averages:
January
2,561
February,. 2,543
March
2,580
April
2,596
May...
2,644
2 727
July
2,765
August
2,808
September. 2,951
October.... 3,062
November . 3,103
December.. 3,063

1,262
1,880
1,624
1,747

1,291
1,314
1,285
1.206

38,997
39,843
39,573
39,507

18.824
18,981
18,923
18,720

18,317
18,869
18,766
18,740

1,381
1,341
1,302
1,240

388
651
479
487

522
568
572
570

7,815
7,825
7,855
7,856

726
735
737
727

5,040
5,042
5,036
5,053

192
205
214
216

17
16
17
17

122
121
123
121

9
10
9
9

1
1
1

751
746
749
759

3,716
3,713
3,713
3,712

1,430
1,415
1,493
1.345
1,357
1,340
1,365
1,325
1.474
1,479
1,562
1,628

1,231
1,262
1,274
1,277
1,289
1,287
1,230
1.237
1,234
1,245
1,290
1,274

34,567
34,515
34,889
35,342
35,767
36,148
36,499
37,088
38,163
38,796
39,208
39,480

16,054
17,1 20
16,£ 97
16,042
16,032 5,638 1,327
16,455 6,000 1,372
16,796 6,259 1,452
17,182 16,633 1,470
17,366 7,008 1,317
17,717 17,168 1,436
18,209 7,904 1,331
18,511 8,277 1,302
18,742 8,392 1,465
18,862 8,673 1,316

463
461
560
428
441
419
406
438
448
411
448
501

631
631
625
620
581
545
541
532
528
526
523
558

6,216
6,175
6,395
6,473
6,530
6,607
6,763
6,991
7,447
7,722
7,847
7,838

522
552
575
626
627
594
608
641
722
784
711
731

5,] 61
5,170
4,976 i 224
235
4,974
251
4,984
229
4,996
216
5,006
220
5,021
210
5,016
197
5,040
181
5,062
207
5,043

12
13
17
18
18
15
16
18
17
17
17
17

111
113
116
116
118
121
127
127
126
123
122
122

9
11 ""I"
1
12
1
12
2
12
12 ......
12
7
11
1
10
1
9
1
9
1
9

747
711
736
772
780
786
755
756
687
668
709
751

3,675
3,682
3,687
3,695
3,712
3,721
3,716
3,722
3.716
3,719
3.721
3,713

3
U. S. Treasurer's time deposits, open account, are combined with postal savings (time) deposits. Such open accounts were first
established in November 1938 but were not segregated from other Government deposits until February or March 1939.




160

BANKING AND MONETARY STATISTICS
NO. 48-WEEKLY REPORTING MEMBER BANKS IN 111 LEADING CITIES[Wednesday figures. In millions of dollars]
Loans

Investments

For
Compurchasing
merTotal
loans
cial, Open or carrying
securities
Real
and
indus- marTo
invest- Total trial
ket
To
estate banks Other
and paper brokments
ers
agriTo
and others
culdealtural
ers

Date or
month

1940
3
10
17
24
31

U. S. Government obligations

Total

Direct

Total
Total

Bills

Notes Bonds

Reserves
with Cash
Fedin
Other eral vault
secu- ReGuar- rities serve
anteed
Banks

23,087
23,131
23,212
23,183
23,174

8,674
8,646
8,579
8,536
8,499

4,353
4,363
4,330
4,316
|4,295

315
314
323
325
321

700
669
644
630
614

504
501
500
489
485

,188
,187
,180
,182
,183

50
51
45
43
54

,564
,561
,557
.551
,547

14,413
14,485
14,633
14,647
14,675

11,115
11,177
11,324
11,308
11,291

8,703
8,777
8,913
8,896
8,877

595
649
711
687
648

1,755
1,767
1,761
1,757
1,747

6,353
6,361
6,441
6,452
6,482

2,412
2,400
2,411
2,412
2,414

3,298 9,831
3,308 9,923
3,309 10,070
3,339 10,245
3,384 10,258

504
509
474
477
458

Feb. 7
Feb. 14
Feb. 21
Feb 28

23,199
23,202
23,211
23,268

8,507
8,516
8,531
8,528

J4.314
4.313
J4.316
4,324

321
327
333
332

608
611
617
609

483
483
482
478

1,183
1,183
1,185
1,185

54
54
55
52

,544
,545
,543
,548

14,692
14,686
14,680
14,740

11,321
11,275
11,255
11,272

8,910
8,855
8,830
8,851

659
638
623
647

1,755
1,752
1,743
1,735

6,496
6,465
6,464
6,469

2,411
2,420
2,425
2,421

3,371
3,411
3,425
3,468

10.181
10,214
10,306
10,390

466
485
462
480

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar

6
., ..
13 ...
20 .
27

23,355
23,437
23,398
23 , 329

8,591
8,616
8,606
8,603

4,355
4,367
4,379
4,383

335
333
338
335

638
659
628
609

477
476
473
478

1,184
1,183
1,185
1,192

56
48
50
49

,546
,550
,553
,557

14,764
14,821
14,792
14,726

11,300
11,330
11,310
11,209

8,900
8,943
8,941
8,830

672 1,725 6,503 2,400 3,464
673 1,780 6,490 2,387 3,491
645 ,796 6.500 2,369 3,482
516 ,802 6,512 2,379 3,517

10,411
10,477!
10,318
10,371

457
476
461
479

Apr
Apr.
Apr.
Apr.

3
10
17_,_=._
24

23,315
23,466
23,589
23,584

8,649
8,631
8,653
8,650

4,414
4,393
4,430
4,419

337
339
331
332

625
630
619
623

476
474
474
473

1,185
1,179
1,183
1,182

51
49
47
43

,561
,567
,569
,578

14,666
14,835
14,936
14,934

11,228
11,317
11,408
11,402

8,848
8,938
9,002
8,975

509
587
608
596

,821
,822
,840
,871

6,518
6,529
6,554
6,508

2,380
2,379
2,406
2,427

3,438
3,518
3,528
3,532

10,437
10,611
10,729
10,869

452
473
462
471

May
May
May
May
May

1 ____
8
15 _ _ _ _ _
22
29 _ _ _ _ _

23,542
23,576
23,592
23,544
23,524

8,661
8.654
8,643
8,562
8,475

4,409
4,404
4,414
4,391
4,367

326
331
328
327
322

626
618
602
544
478

474
473
473
474
481

1,187
1,193
1,191
1,193
1,189

52
51
43
44
46

,587
,584
,592
,589
,592

14,881
14,922
14,949
14,982
15,049

11,387
11,466
11,475
11,494
11,480

8,960
9,032
9,088
9,105
9,081

593
646
650
673
627

,871
,900
,909
,919
,926

6,496
6,486
6,529
6,513
6,528

2,427
2,434
2,387
2,389
2,399

3,494
3,456
3,474
3,488
3,569

10,859
10,851
11,050
11,196
11,203

447
479
472
485
488

June 5
June 12
June 19
June 26

23,527
23,661
23,596
23,581

8,435
8,469
8,444
8,435

4,368
4,377
4,387
4,399

318
317
309
309

437
444
413
395

475
472
470
467

1,195
1,198
1,199
1,202

38
42
48
38

,604
,619
,618
,625

15,092
15,192
15,152
15,146

11,564
11,614
11,626
11,610

9,163
9,214
y,226
9,204

698 ,928 6,537
750 ,933 6,531
785 2,058 6,383
771 2,054 6,379

2,401
2,400
2,400
2,406

3,528
3,578
3,526
3,536

11,308
11,429
11,595
11,669

483
507
499
506

July 3
July 10
July 17
July 24
July 31

23,586
23,683
23,743
23,947
23,978

8,462
3,461
8,517
8,514
8,517

4,438
4,447
4,464
4,462
4,441

301
297
298
290
291

380
377
408
411
419

471
471
474
476
474

1,199
1,200
1,205
1,206
1,210

40
36
35
36
40

,633
,633
,633
,633
,642

15,124
15,222
15,226
15,433
15,461

11,607
11,642
11,644
11,871
11,875

9,202
9,226
9,229
9,452
9,457

757
773
769
794
791

2,063
2,070
2,083
2,093
2,099

6,382
6,383
6,377
6,565
6,567

2,405
2,416
2,415
2,419
2,418

3,517
3,580
3,582
3,562
3,586

11,636
11,660
11,729
11,526
11,449

478
512
491
498
478

Aug.
Aug
Aug.
Aug

7
14
21
28

24,101
24,121
24,180
24,157

8,492
8,506
8,509
8,509

4,446
4,461
4,455
4,463

291
294
295
299

384
376
377
363

472
469
473
467

1,211
1,213
1,215
1,215

39
39
39
40

,649
,654
,655
,662

15,609
15,615
15,671
15,648

12,005
12,006
11.994
11,969

9,436
9,427
9,411
9,387

738
733
735
712

2,111
2,114
2,116
2,113

6,587
6,580
6,560
6,562

2,569
2,579
2,583
2,582

3,604
3,609
3,677
3,679

11,212
11,254
11,348
11,449

488
505
490
508

Sept. 4
Sept. 11
Sept. 18
Sept 25

24,188
_ _ . 24,294
24,284
24,166

8,566
8,665
8,692
8,689

4,480
4,571
4,578
4,575

294
296
296
295

390
392
404
415

463
460
462
462

1.219
1,220
1,222
1,223

48
50
45
35

,672
,676
,685
,684

15,622
15,629
15,592
15,477

11,957
11,964
11,888
11,779

9,373
9,377
9,305
9,203

705
710
673
619

2,095
2,091
2,091
2,056

6,573
6,576
6,541
6,528

2,584
2,587
2,583
2,576

3,665
3,665
3,704
3,698

11,418
11,471
11,490
11,616

491
517
502
508

24,329
24,327
24,402
24,489
24,602

8,785
8,800
8,877
8,890
8,909

4,630
4,672
4,722
4.746
4,773

297
299
301
301
304

446
409
437
420
410

460
462
458
454
455

1,220
1,221
1,220
1,223
1,222

41
39
39
38
36

,691
,698
,700
,708
,709

15,544
15,527
15,525
15,599
15,693

11,862
11,858
11,888
11,934
12,001

9,280
9,272
9,283
9,317
9,374

628
662
689
702
736

2,112
1,814
1,811
1,816
1,834

6,540
6,796
6,783
6,799
6,804

2,582
2,586
2,605
2,617
2,627

3,682
3,669
3,637
3,665
3,692

11,646
11,770
11,845
11,991
12,030

485
511
489
515
526

6
24,729 9,008 4,827
13 ... 24,871 9,086 4,895
20 ... 24,944 9,110 F.908
24,902 9,128
27
,911

304
300
299
299

450
452
455
467

452
456
454
460

1,222
1,228
1,226
1,228

36
35
39
39

,717
,720
,729
,724

15,721
15.785
15,834
15,774

12,108
12,180
12,229
12,250

9,410
9,476
9,529
9,543

751
763
774
784

1,827
1,855
1,855
1,861

6,832
6,858
6,900
6,898

2,698
2,704
2,700
2,707

3,613
3,605
3.60&
3,524

11,832
11,878
11,973
12,138

520
545
517
540

Jan.
Jan
Jan.
Jan
Jan.

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

2
9 . _._
16
23
30

25,053
25,224
25,532
25,604
25,527

9,162
9,299
9,341
9,354
9,390

|4,942
4,992
5,001
5,011
5,018

303
304
303
303
301

452
529
558
545
584

459
458
467
466
465

1,229
1,230
1,228
1,230
1,230

43
42
40
40
37

,734
,744
,744
,759
,755

15,89115,925
16,191
16,250
16,137

12,307
12,311
12,542
12,568
12,462

,584
,582
,808
,828
.719

786
784
759
732
611

1,871
1,859
2,094
2,138
2,130

6,927
6,939
6,955
6,958
6,978

2,723
2,729
2,734
2,740
2,743

3,584
3,614
3,649
3,682
3,675

11,967
11,971
11,673
11,715
11,797

529
577
577
562
535

23,157
23,220
23,380
23,489
May
23 , 555
June
23,591
23,787
July
August
24,140
September. 24,233
October
24,429
November. 24,862
December .25,388

8,587
8,520
8.604
8.646
8,599
8,446
8,494
8,504
8,653
|8,852
9,083
9,309

4,331
4,317
4,371
4,414
4,397
4,383
4,45*
4,456
4,551
4,709
4,885
4,993

320
328
335
335
327
313
295
295
295
300
301
303

651
611
634
624
574
422
399
375
400
424
456
534

496
481
476
474
475
471
473
470
462
458
456
463

1,184
1,184
1.186
1,182
1,191
1,199
1,204
1,214
1,221
1,221
1,226
1,229

49
54
51
48
47
42
37
39
45
39
37
40

,556
,545
,551
,569
,588
,616
,635
,655
,679
,701
,722
,747

14,570
14,700
14,776
14,843
14,956
15,145
15 293
is! 636
15,580
15,577
15,779
16,079

11,243
11,281
11,288
11,339
11,460
11,603
11,728
11,994
11,897
11,908
12,192
12,438

8,833
8,862
8,904
8,941
9,053
9,201
9,313
9,415
9,315
9,305
9,490
9,704

658
642
627
575
638
751
777
730
677
683
768
734

1,757
1,746
1,776
1,839
1,905
1,993
2,081
2,113
2,083
1,878
1,850
2,019

6,418
6,474
6,501
6,527
6,510
6,457
6,455
6,572
6,555
6,744
6,872
6,951

2,410
2,419
2,384
2,398
2,407
2,402
2,415
2,579
2,582
2,603
2,702
2,734

3,327
3,419
3,488
3,504
3,496
3,542
3,565
3,642
3,683
3,669
3,587
3,641

10,065
10,273
10,394
10,661
11,032
11,500
11,600
11,316
11.499
11,856
11,955
11,824

484
473
468
465
474
499
491
498
504
505
531
556

Dec. 4
Dec. 11.
Dec. 18
Dec. 24
Dec 31
Monthly
averages:
January
February..
March
April




REPORTING MEMBER BANKS

161

PRINCIPAL ASSETS AND LIABILITIES, WEEKLY AND MONTHLY, 1919-1941-Continued
[Wednesday figures. In millions of dollars]
1

Demand deposits

Cash
Total
Indiassets
Bal- items
in
ances
De- viduals
maud partwith proc- Other
deposits nerassets
doships,
admestic rf8
Total justed corpobanks collecrations,
tion
liabilietc.
ties

Date or
month

1940
Jan. 3
Jan 10
Jan. 17
Jan. 24
Jan. 31

Time deposits

Interbank
States Certiand
fied U.S.
polit- and Govical
offi- ernsub- cers' ment Do- Fordivi- checks
mestic eign
sions etc.

Individuals,
partnerships,
corporations,
etc.

U.S. Interbank
States Governand
polit- ment
ical and
sub- postal Do- Fordivi- sav- mestic eign
sions ings
i

3,140
3,036
3,116
3,074
3,067

1,631
1,359
1,522
1,291
1,479

1,193
1,211
1,207
1,224
1,247

39,386
39,169
39,601
39,494
39,683

18,566
18,823
18,979
19,163
19,199

18,474
18,520
18,825
18,790
18,843

1,227
1,223
1,209
1,244
1,332

496
439
467
420
503

574
571
560
564
561

8,066
7,862
7,998
7,942
7,906

732
723
743
735
729

5,072
5,069
5,050
5,046
5,047

199
200
204
203
205

17
17
17
17
17

124
124
125
124
123

8
8
8
8
9

„ 3,075
3,107
3,128
3,104

1,201
1,581
1,537
1,363

1,298
1,249
1,242
1,261

39,420
39,838
39,886
39,866

19,108
19,062
19,256
19,414

18,596
18,918
18,902
18,929

1,317
1,295
1,300
1,432

396
430
591
416

563
561
561
559

7,995
8,064
7,967
7,960

732
751
736
723

5,054
5,059
5,071
5,085

198
196
201
201

16
17
17
16

124
124
124
125

9
9
9
9

Mar. 6
Mar. 13
Mar. 20
Man 27

3,111
3,181
3,191
3,253

1,346
1,412
1,359
1,535

1,260
1,294
1,271
1,271

39,940
40,277
39,998
40,238

19,341
19,507
19,251
19,276

18,895
19,158
18,829
18,898

1,344
1,345
1,362
1,435

448
416
419
478

560
560
559
560

8,094
8,142
8,158
8,180

719
722
743
727

5,099
5,142
5,146
5,147

201
198
185
188

15
16
19
21

125
126
126
119

9
8
8
8

Apr.
Apr.
Apr.
Apr,

3
10.
17
24

3,299
3,185
3,239
3,194

1,374
1,385
1,490
1.385

1,215
1,179
1,180
1,180

40,092
40,299
40,689
40,683

19,175
19,462
19,655
19,764

18,743
18,968
19,288
19,234

1,351
1,430
1,400
1,433

455
449
457
482

562
560
559
562

8,306
8,212
8,348
8,316

718
714
710
727

5,165
5,168
5,128
5,127

188
189
182
185

20
21
20
19

118
116
116
116

May 1
May 8
May 15
May 22
May 29

3,177
3,185
3,284
3,269
3,285

1,675
1.205
1,736
1,496
1,443

1,224
1,243
1,251
1,280
1,305

40,924
40,539
41,385
41,270
41,248

19,696
19,741
19,928
20,201
20,287

19,253
19,073
19,620
19,659
19,696

1,594
1,489
1,513
1,528
1,578

524
384
531
510
456

560
560
562
559
560

8,344
8,369
8,499
8,371
8,316

713
707
702
685
700

5,121
5,120
5,118
5,117
5,120

183
196
196
193
191

19
20
19
20
22

June 5 .
June 12
June 19—
June 26

3,243
3,255
3,279
3,272

1,273
1,571
1,377
1,404

1,326
1,319
1,160
1,168

41,160
41,742
41,506
41,600

20,306
20,615
20,495
20,681

19,647
20,263
20,023
20,202

1,541
1,531
1,438
1,467

391
392
411
416

563
561
561
559

8,372
8,334
8,424
8,313

693
680
680
671

5,127
5,123
5,125
5,132

189
186
178
179

3,277 1.556
July 3 .
3,208 1,311
July 10
July 17. ... 3,262 1,421
July 24
3,181 1,305
3,140 1,400
July 31

1,147
1,155
1,161
1,151
1.195

41,680
41,529
41,807
41,608
41,640

20,510
20,824
20,932
20,984
20,984

20,167
20,302
20,532
20,401
20,499

1,434
1,452
1,425
1,465
1,497

465
381
396
423
388

515
439
407
509
505

8,467
8,339
8,418
8,196
8,129

678
664
666
669
669

5,146
5,139
5,138
5,139
5,144

Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.

7 ..
14_
21
28

Borrowings

CapOther ital
liabili- acties counts

683
698
689
689
690

3,714
3,715
3,706
3,711
3,717

700
694
686
692

3,719
3,719
3,720
3,719

1
1
1

706
724
721
758

3,725
3,719
3,722
3.718

8
8
7
7

1
1
1
1

725
730
739
733

3,732
3,733
3,734
3,741

116
115
115
115
115

7
7
7
7
7

1

741
747
752
753
739

3,748
3,752
3,750
3.752
3,747

23
23
24
22

116
115
110
112

7
7
7
7

1

735
743
742
746

3,755
3,784
3,783
3,773

183
180
176
174
175

23
23
23
22
22

110
111
110
112
110

7
7
7
7
7

1

710
715
736
717
717

3,774
3,777
3.772
3,773
3,776

1
1
1
1
1

1
1
1

1

1
1
2

7_
14.
21
28

3,113
3,168
3,173
3,201

1,208
1,380
1,284
1,197

1,158
1,167
1,166
1,169

41,280
41,595
41,641
41,681

20,712
20,789
20,956
21,053

20,101
20,369
20,381
20,424

1,476
1,427
1,478
1,482

343
373
381
344

505
506
506
506

8,221
8,280
8,252
8,282

678
683
672
675

5,150
5,154
5,161
5,156

183
180
183
183

24
24
24
23

112
112
110
110

7
7
7
7

I
1

697
699
702
701

3,782
3,781
3,783
3,787

Sept. 4 _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Sept. 11
Sept. 18
Sept. 25

3,171
3,226
3,296
3,248

1,347
1,418
1,434
1,403

1,180
1,201
1,182
1,174

41,795
42,127
42,188
42,115

20,901
'21,079
120,984
,21,080

20,415
20,738
20,617
20,610

1,440
1,410
1,413
1,421

393
349
388
452

509
505
508
507

8,395
8,459
8,576
8,429

663
665
677
686

5,174
5,174
5,175
5,178

182
184
178
172

24
24
24
24

110
111
111
112

.7
6 -„-_.6
1
6

693
719
733
736

3,790
3,783
3,781
3,781

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

3,307
3,244
3,405
3,317
3,270

1,477
1,348
1,792
1,452
1,490

1,196
1,206
1,222
1,206
1,230

42,440
42,406
43,155
42,970
43,148

21,152
21,238
21,317
21,643
21,858

20,741
20,754
21,277
21,162
21,266

1,463
1,430
1,396
1,510
1,651

425
402
436
423
431

508
507
508
507
506

8,623
8,608
8,845
8,656
8,596

672
685
674
681
662

5,187
5,178
5,181
5,182
5,171

170
173
170
172
175

24
24
24
23
25

111
111
111
111
111

6
6
6
6
6

1
3
1
1
1

716
729
730
738
744

3,793
3.796
3,796
3.798
3,803

6
. 3,339
3,372
13
3,332
20
27.__... 3,347

1,757
1,990
1,737
1,543

1,242
1,258
1,274
1,249

43,419
43,914
43,777
43,719

21,592
21,818
21,961
22,189

21,189
21,662
21,654
21,771

1,651
1,589
1,571
1,495

509
557
473
466

510
504
505
509

8,818
8,850
8,836
8,731

661
661
650
665

5,188
5,190
5,189
5,180

193
192
191
192

24
23
24
25

112
113
111
112

1
6
1
6
6 ......
6

741
743
745
744

3,816
3,823
3,822
3,822

3,259 1,451 1,211 43,470 22,131 21,667
Dec. 4-_
3,271 1,780 1,221 44,044 22,403 22,203
Dec. 11
3,426 2,008 1,185 44,401 22,279 22,146
Dec. 18__
Dec. 25
„ 3,387 1,768 1,187 44,223 22,382 22,150
D e c . 3 1 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 3,462 2,316 1,211 44,848 22,299 22.324
Monthly
averages:
3,087 1,456 1,217 39,466 18,946 18,690
January
February „ _ 3,104 1,421 1,262 39,753 19.210 18,836
3,184 1,413 1,274 40,113 19,344 18,945
March
April
._ 3,229 1,408 1,189 40,441 19,515 19,058
3,240 1,511 1,261 41,073 19,971 19,460
May
June
«, 3,262 1,406 1,244 41,502 20,524 20,034
3 214 1,399 1,162 41,653 20,847 20,380
July
August.—.. 3,163 1,267 1,165 41,549 20,878 20,319
September _ 3,235 1,401 1,184 42,056 21,011 20,595
October
3,309 ,512 ,212 42,823 21,442 21,040
November _ 3,347 ,757 ,255 43,707 21,890 21,569
December.. 3,361 ,865 ,203 44,197 22,299 22,098
1
U. S. Treasurer's time deposits, open account, are

1,450
1,471
1,489
1,522
1,595

465
509
652
478
696

423
386
453
452
451

8,725
8,700
8,859
8,807
8,952

667
668
662
657
686

5,167
5,169
5,182
5,193
5,234

198
214
221
224
196

24
24
25
25
25

112
113
113
112
113

6
6
6
6
6

742
757
766
770
748

3,823
3.822
3.826
3,827
3.822

17
17
18
20
21
23
22
24
24
24
24
25

124
124
124
117
115
113
111
111
111
111
112
113

690
693
727
732
746
742
719
700
720
731
743
756

3,713
3,719
3,721
3,735
3,750
3,773
3,774
3,783
3,784
3,797
3,821
3,824

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

2.. .
9
18— _„.
23
30__




202
1,247
732 5,057
566 7,955
465
1,336
736 5,067
561 7,997
199
458
1,371
193
728 5,133
560 8,144
440
1,403
717 5,147
561 8,295
461
186
192
1,540
481
701 5,119
560 8,380
1,494
402
183
681 5,127
561 8,361
1,455
411
178
669 5,141
475 8,310
182
1,466
677 5,155
506 8,258
360
1,421
673 5,175
507 8,465
396
179
172
,490
507 8,666
675 5,180
423
192
1,576
6.59 5,187
507 8,809
501
,505
668 5,189
560
433 8,809
210
combined with postal savings (time) deposits.

.

8
9
8
8
7
7
7
7
6
6
6
6

1

1
2
1

._
1
1

BANKING AND MONETARY STATISTICS

162

NO. 4S-WEEKLY REPORTING MEMBER BANKS IN 111 LEADING CITIES[Wednesday figures. In millions of dollars]
Loans

Total
loans
and
investments

Date or
month

Total

Commercial,
industrial
and.
agricultural

Open
market
paper

Investments

For
purchasing
or carrying
securities
To
Real
estate banks Other Total
To
brokTo
ers
and others
dealers

U. S. Government obligations
Direct

Total
Total

Bills Notes Bonds

Reserves
with Cash
in
FedOther eral vault
secu- ReGuar- rities serve
anteed
Banks

1941
Jan. 8
..... 25,614
25,669
Jan. 15
25,684
Jan. 22
25,676
Jan. 29

9,303
9,280
9,287
9,308

5,033
5,040
5,055
5,076

305
310
312
314

500
462
465
458

459
462
458
459

1,228
1,230
1,227
1,229

38
36
35
35

1,740
1,740
1,735
1,737

16,311
16,389
16,397
16,368

12,629
12,715
12,720
12,694

9,873
9,965
9,977
9,950

685
725
726
685

2,164
2,186
2,188
2,214

7,024
7,054
7,063
7,051

2,756
2,750
2,743
2,744

3,682
3,674
3,677
3,674

12,010
12,142
12,171
12,111

552
519
524
527

26,184
26,248
26,381
26,450

9,337
9,377
9.423
9,495

5,124
5,173
5,220,
5,227

313
317
320
319

440
424
418
478

461
459
458
455

1,230
1,231
1,230
1,232

35
34
36
36

1,734
1.739
1,741
1,748

16,847
16,871
16,958
16,955

13,124
13,147
13,180
13,100

10,378
10,382
10,420
10,334

732
720
737
727

2,563
2,5S8
2,572
2,555

7,083
7,094
7,111
7,052

2,746
2,765
2,760
2,766

3,723
3,724
3,778
3,855

11,611
11,640
11,804
12,003

510
522
518
530

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

5 .. ... 26,668
26,744
12
19 . ...26,843
26,918
26

9,592
9,689
9,714
9,798

5,287
5,374
5,414
5,420

323
332
340
343

502
498
471
542

455
458
455
453

1,229
1,229
1,226
1,226

39
39
37
37

1,757
1,759
1,771
1,777

17,076
17,055
17,129
17,120

13,232
13,285
13,343
13,334

10,458
10,519
10,588
10,583

840
909
970
864

2,554
2,545
2,347
2,360

7,064
7,065
7,271
7,359

2,774
2,766
2,755
2,751

3,844
3,770
3,786
3.786

11,910
11,976
11,533
11,438

509
527
505
517

Apr.
Apr.
Apr,
Apr.
Apr.

26,952
2
9 . ... 27,138
27,163
16
23.. .. 27,546
27,550
30

9,828
9,846
9,871
9,831
9,870

5,465
5,494
5,530
5,509
5,532

347
347
350
355
354

504
497
485
461
465

454
455
449
445
445

1,228
1,228
1,229
1,231
1,235

52
39
39
37
40

1,778
1,786
1,789
1,793
1,799

17.124
17,292
17,292
17,715
17,680

13,331
13,477
13,494
13,911
13,927

10,578
10,726
10,739
10,810
10,812

742
868
878
878
869

2,183
2,181
2,179
2,191
2,190

7,653
7,677
7,682
7,741
7,753

2,753
2,751
2,755
3,101
3,115

3,793
3,815
3,798
3,804
3,753

11,315
11,428
11,668
11,235
11,208

491
521
501
522
516

27,601 9,892 5,568
May?
May 14...... 27,742 9,953 5,604
27,798 10,046 5,639
May 21
May 28... .. 27,915 10,226 5,673

356
359
360
367

444
445
455
571

442
443
447
451

1,234
1,237
1,237
1,239

36
40
40
42

1,812
1,825
1,868
1,883

17,709
17,789
17,752
17,689

14,021
14,089
13,991
13,996

10,910
10,952
10,972
10,974

931
961
975
929

2,208
2,220
2,217
2,212

,771
,771
,780
,833

3,111
3,137
3,019
3,022

3,688
3,700
3,761
3,693

11,124
11,125
11,433
11,493

532
554
535
563

Feb. 5
Feb. 12 .
Feb. 19. _ _ _ _ _
Feb. 26

June 4
June 11
June 18
June 25

28,061
28,131
28,155
28,279

10,183
10,238
10,262
10,324

5,706
5,764
5,792
5,825

366
373
370
372

496
478
471
487

444
447
444
452

1,240
1,241
1,246
1,246

39
40
42
38

1,892
1,895
1,897
1,904

17,878
17,893
17,893
17,955

14,186
14,233
14,287
14,304

1
1
1
1

950 2,231
,156
,196 1,030 2,235
,249 1,056 2,232
,274 1,098 2,236

,975
,931
,961
,940

3,030
3,037
3,038
3,030

3,692
3,660
3,606
3,651

10,982
11,046
10,883
10,788

565
596
581
596

July 2
July 9
July 16
July 23
July 30

28,325
28,481
28,577
28,646
28,771

10,453
10,453
10,523
10,504
10,572

5,897
5,933
5,988
6.011
6,047

371
374
382
388
388

529
505
505
461
478

453
446
447
441
439

1,244
1,248
1,249
1,252
1,253

40
41
39
37
43

1,919
1,906
1,913
1,914
1,924

17,872
18,028
18,054
18,142
18,199

1
1
1
1
1

,293
,471
,506
,593
,588

1
1
1
1
1

,255
,259
,285
,291
,279

1,080
1,071
1,087
1,081
1,074

2,246
2,248
2,247
2,251
2,253

,929
,940
,951
,959
,952

3,038
3,212
3,221
3,302
3,309

3,579
3,557
3,548
3,549
3,611

10,863
10,665
10,899
10,855
10,835

570
597
546
548
561

28,761
6
13...... 28,874
29,025
20
29,107
27

10,597
10,663
10,688
10,697

6,087
6,146
6,180
6,183

397
399
404
400

462
457
444
448,

439
440
437
437

1,254
1,254
1,252
1,254

39
42
41
43

1,919
1,925
1,930
1,932

18,164
18,211
18,337
18,410

1
1
1
1

,553
,559
,593
,608

1
1
1
1

,248
,247
,279
,292

1,075
1,059
1,064
1,079

2,253
2,256
2,276
2,279

7,920
7,932
7,939
7,934

3,305
3,312
3,314
3,316

3,611
3,652
3,744
3,802

10,662
10,594
10,696
10,633

537
556
636
559

Sept. 3
Sept. 10
Sept. 17
Sept. 24. .

29,238
29,230
29 ,.098
29,120
_.

10,903
10,975
10,917
10,954

6,222
6,310
6,362
6,389

397
397
394
393

607
588
469
481

436
437
437
437

1,256
1,258
1,260
1,258

45
43
40
40

1,940
1,942
1,955
1,956

18,335
18,255
18,181
18,166

1
1
1
1

,567
,496
,408
,397

1
1
1
1

,251 1,019 2,283 7,949 3,316
,183
936 2,284 7,963 3,313
844 2,287 7,957 3,320
,088
814 2,294 7,962 3,327
,070

3,768
3,759
3,773
3,769

10,534
10,725
10,879
10,830

543
573
551
559

Oct. 1
Oct. 8
Oct. lfi.....__
Oct. 22
Oct. 29

29,125
29,132
29,385
29,618
29,582

1
1
1
1
1

,024
,076
,244
,212
,203

6,447
6,501
6,568
6,556
6,554

397
403
419
423
419

494
493
551
535
531

428
427
439
433
431

1,257
1,256
1,258
1,262
1,265

39
40
43
37
37

1,962
1,956
1,966
1,966
1,966

18,101
18,056
18,141
18,406
18,379

1
1
1
1
1

,301
,307
,378
,653
,648

1
1
1
1
1

,982
,985
,043
,310
,318

785 2,280
815 2,250
842 2,257
817 2,222
797 2,244

7,917
7,920
7,944
8,271
8,277

3,319
3,322
3,335
3,343
3,330

3,800
3,749
3,763
3,753
3,731

10,792
10,804
10,816
10,358
10,215

537
558
550
562
568

29,523
Nov. 5
29,611
Nov 12
Nov. 19 .. .. 29,656
29,693
Nov. 26

1
1
1
1

,238
,317
,285
,266

6,572
6,633
6,632
6,602

418
428
426
427

550
554
527
536

436
430
428
428

1,256
1,261
1,260
1,259

42
41
36
39

1,964
1,970
1,976
1,975

18,285
18,294
18,371
18,427

1
1
1
1

,606
,632
,696
,735

1
1
1
1

,683
,703
,769
,814

815 2,563
832 2,564
898 2,554
950 2,526

8,305
8,307
8,317
8,338

,923
,929
,927
,921

3,679
3,662
3,675
3,692

10,058
10,140
10,361
10,534

550
588
543
574

3
10
17
24
31

29,691
29,891
30,306
30,293
30,085

1
1
1
1
1

,259
,357
,429
,442
,370

6,593
6,675
6,769
6,784
6,722

428
425
433
434
423

548
550
544
532
535

427
430
425
422
422

1,256
1,262
1,258
1,261
1,259

38
43
45
43
35

1,969
1,972
1,955
1,966
1,974

18,432
18,534
18,877
18,851
18,715

1 ,782
1 ,883
15,219
15,173
15,049

1 ,860
1 ,932
12,266
12,213
12,085

990 2,528
971 2,566
976 2,540
959 2,531
883 2,535

8,342 ,922 3,650 10,575
8,395 ,951 3,651 10,603
8,750 ,953 3,658 9,972
8,723 2,960 3,678 9,880
8,667 2,964 3,666 9,825

554
595
600
564
555

Monthly
averages:
January —
February „
March. «._„.
April
May
„
June
July .
August
September.
October
November.
December-

25,661
26,316
26,793
27,270
27,764
28,157
28,560
28,942
29,171
29,368
29,621
30,053

9,295
9,408
9,698
9,849
10,029
10,252
10,501
10,661
10,937
11,152
11,277
11,371

5,051
5,186
5,374
5,506
5,621
5,772
5,975
6,149
6,321
6,525
6,610
6,709

310
317
335
351
360
370
381
400
395
412
425
429

471
440
503
482
479
483
496
453
536
521
542
542

460
458
455
450
446
447
445
438
437
432
431
425

1,229
1,231
1,227
1,230
1,237
1,243
1,249
1,253
1,258
1,260
1,259
1,259

36
35
38
41
39
40
40
41
42
39
39
41

1,738
1,741
1,766
1,789
1,847
1,897
1,915
1,927
1,948
1,963
1,971
1,966

16,366
16,908
17,095
17,421
17,735
17,905
18,059
18,281
18,234
18,216
18,344
18,682

12,689
13,138
13,299
13,628
14,024
14,253
14,490
14,578
14,467
14,457
14,667
15,021

9,941
705 2,188 ,048 2,748 3,677 12,109
10-, 379
729 2,565 ,085 2,759 3,770 11,765
10,538
896 2,452 ,190 2,761 3,796 11,714
10,733
847 2,185 ,701 2,895 3,793 11,371
10,952
949 2,214 ,789 3,072 3,711 11,294
1 ,219 1,033 2,234 ,952 3,034 3,652 10,925
1 ,274 1,079 2,249 7,946 3,216 3,569 10,823
1 ,266 1,069 2,266 7,931 3,312 3,703 10,646
903 2,287 7,958 3,319 3,767 10,742
1 ,148
1 ,127
811 2,251 8,065 3,330 3,759 10,597
874 2,552 8,316 2,925 3,677 10,273
1 ,742
956 2,540 8,575 2,950 3,661 10,171
12,071

530
520
515
510
546
585
564
547
556'
555
564
574

Aug
Aug.
Aug
Aug.

Dec
Dec.
Dec.
Dec.
Dec




163

REPORTING MEMBER BANKS
PRINCIPAL ASSETS AND LIABILITIES, WEEKLY AND MONTHLY, 1919-1941-Continued
[Wednesday figures. In millions of dollars]
Time deposits

Demand deposits
Total
Cash
Indiassets
Bal- items
viduals States Certiin
ances
fied
part- and
Dewith proc- Other
mand
ner- polit- and
do-, ess assets
offideposits ships, ical
mestic of
corpo- sub- cers'
adTotal
banks collecliabili- justed rations, divi- checks,
tion
sions etc.
etc.
ties

Date or
month

1941
3,370
Jan. 8
3,475
Jan. 15
3,420
Jan. 22
Jan. 29 . . 3.352

U.S.
Government

IndividInterbank
uals,
partnerships,
Do- For- corporamestic eign
tions,
etc.

States
and
political
subdivisions

Interbank
U.S.
Government
and
Do- Forpostal mestic eign
savings i

Bor- Other
row- liabili- acings ties counts

^

1,189
1,212
1,209
1,232

44,167
44,754
44,570
44,430

22,494
22,703
22,898
22,932

21,930
22,466
22,415
22,401

1,521
1,498
1,550
1,579

475
476
495
484

448
349
261
214

9,006
9,121
9,069
8,959

658
652
634
644

5,224
5,276
5,237
5,240

194
191
189
185

24
24
24
23

119
116
117
117

6
6
6
6

1
2
2
1

736
754
745
754

3,825
3,823
3,826
3.823

Feb. 5 . ... 3,314 1,425 1,236
3,351 1,563 1,264
Feb. 12
3,388 1,562 1,241
Feb 19
3,473 1,755 1,255
Feb 26

44,280
44,588
44,894
45,466

22,798
22,981
23,157
23,431

22,158
22,456
22,617
22,812

1,605
1,648
1,619
1,820

460
440
483
554

330
331
331
332

8,924
8,925
9,033
9,137

640
620
619
621

5,251
5,254
5,270
5,273

200
197
194
179

24
24
25
26

116
117
118
116

5
5
5
5

1
1

734
737
746
755

3,832
3,833
3,834
3,836

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

5 . .. 3,427 1,576 1,248
3,472 1,718 1,195
12
19
3,490 1,682 1,166
3,480 1,616 1,172
26

45,338
45,632
45,219
45, 141

23,362
23,487
23,186
23,259

22,811
23,155
22,690
22,647

1,692
1,585
1,624
1,725

435
465
554
503

333
328
330
322

9,208
9,236
9,161
9,115

639
644
644
631

5,295
5,285
5,275
5,271

174
175
172
171

25
26
26
26

114
115
117
116

5
5
5
5

1
1
1
1

764
780
793
777

3,842
3,832
3,827
3,831

Apr
Apr,
Apr.
Apr.
Apr.

2
3,588
9
3,439
16 . ... 3,548
23
3,400
3,386/
30

1,699
1,437
1,831
1,617
1,878

1,174
1,197
1,202
1,202
1,226

45,219
45,160
45,913
45,522
45,764

23,093
23,430
23,577
23,762
23,712

22,518
22,716
23,245
23,085
23,173

1,747
1,709
1,688
1,797
1,903

527
442
475
497
514

396
390
389
388
386

9,228
9,054
9,265
8,910
8,929

628
639
648
648
638

5,269
5,286
5,280
5,274
5,269

171
171
168
168
181

25
24
26
25
26

115
114
113
113
114

5
5
5
5
5

5
1
1
6

751
761
763
761
765

3,839
3,844
3,847
3,850
3,855

May
May
May
May

7
14
21
28

3,437
3,484
3,530
3,532

1,430
1,791
1,736
1,685

1,239
1,274
1,273
1,186

45,363
45,970
46,305
46,374

23,616
23,846
24,265
24*311

22,804
23,378
23,632
23,612

1,845
1,847
1,849
1,870

397
412
520
514

394
395
397
390

9,047
9,067
9,053
9,107

656
654
651
656

5,255
5,247
5,242
5,240

183
186
182
183

26
26
26
26

114
115
116
113

5
7
7
7

2
1
1
3

773
774
767
789

3,862
3,861
3,862
3,864

June 4
June 11
June 18
June 25

3,511
3,465
3,500
3,439

1,784
1,877
1,828
1,705

1,212
1,217
1,206
1,219

46,115
46,332
46,153
46,026

23,888
24,071
23,872
24,046

23,337
23,675
23,517
23,507

1,752
1,757
1,706
1,749

583
516
477
495

455
454
457
458

9,122
9,055
9,123
8,934

642
660
659
664

5,233
5,225
5,235
5,239

181
181
170
169

26
26
26
26

114
114
113
114

7
7
7

1
1
1
1

785
788
789
795

3,877
3,873
3,873
3,868

174
165
161
158
158

26
26
24
26
26

114
113
114
113
113

7
7
7
7
7

I
2
1
1
1

757
755
772
768
763

3,872
3,876
3,871
3,877
3,869

July 2
July 9
July 16
July 23
July 30

1,432
1,737
1,562
1,532

3,516
3,412
3,583
3,496
3,481

1,938
1,699
2,009
1,667
1,758

1,149
1,158
1,169
1,159
1,180

46,361
46,012
46,783
46,371
46,586

23,949
23,920
24,260
24,381
24,544

23,667
23,562
24,157
24,004
24,029

1,604
1,569
1,560
1,593
1,750

616
488
552
451
523

463
465
467
470
470

9,158
9,071
9,195
9,002
8,965

659
655
647
647
652

5,243
5,258
5,255
5,254
5,260

6
13
20
27

3,410
3,539
3,495
3,462

1,519
1,889
1,731
1,707

1,181
1,174
1,175
1,187

46,070
46,626
46,658
46,655

24,217
24,245
24,455
24,453

23,546
23,927
23,897
23,787

1,735
1,736
1,825
1,894

455
471
464
479

502
520
533
565

8,981
9,109
9,106
9,103

642
641
624
622

5,273
5,276
5,276
5,271

157
157
158
159

25
25
20
20

112
112
112

no

7
7
7
7

1
4
1
1

754
757
752
752

3,882
3,884
3,883
3,883

Sept. 3
Sept. 10
Sept. 17
Sept. 24

3,502
3,530
3,676
3,592

1,721
1,782
1,928
1,799

1,204
1,223
1,194
1,198

46,742
47,063
47,326
47,098

24,349
24,503
24,375
24,390

23,719
23,948
24,040
23,853

1,876
1,843
1,785
1,811

475
494
478
525

591
590
596
608

9,240
9,336
9,592
9,440

619
623
606
619

5,268
5,273
5,273
5,270

156
156
155
159

21
21
21
21

115
113
115
112

7
7
7
7

1
1
1
1

765
772
776
787

3,889
3,886
3,881
3,885

7

1
1
1
2
2

772
782
793
789
796

3,888
3,892
3,897
3,902
3,896

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

..

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

1
8
15
22
29

_. 3,596
3,523
3,645
3,504
3,449

2,179
1,748
2,523
2,016
1,812

1,209
1,205
1,191
1,192
1,247

47,438
46,970
48,110
47,250
46,873

24,277
24,400
24,640
24,382
24,258

23,894
23,788
24,772
23,989
23,662

1,906
1,857
1,823
1,840
1,889

656
503
568
569
519

580
442
276
598
653

9,557
9,496
9,782
9,347
9,245

617
626
625
638
633

5,267
5,285
5,278
5,283
5,285

160
157
156
154
153

21
21
21
21
21

112
113
111
111
112

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

5
12
19
26

3,276
3.361
3,342
3,335

1,979
2,343
2,293
1,883

1,210
1,215
1 220
1,188

46,596
47,258
47,415
47,207

23,876
24,151
24,192
24,452

23,394
24,134
24,052
23,979

1,904
1,853
1 708
1,822

557
507
725
534

658
658
726
777

9,145
9,167
9,263
9,139

635
636
636
653

5,298
5,292
5,295
5,275

152
156
154
151

21
21
20
22

110
110
111
111

7
7
7

3
3
5
4

798
799
801
815

3,914
3,915
3,912
3,918

Dec.
Dec.
Dec.
Dec.
Dec.

3.
10
17
24
31

3,344
3,288
3,389
3,288
3,255

1,830
1,854
2,284
2,087
2,791

1,214
1,212
1,162
1,168
1,153

47,208
47,443
47,713
47,280
47,664

24,324
24,682
24,060
23,994
23,650

23,814
24,241
24,059
23,878
23,993

1,780
1,726
1,690
1,658
1,721

826 9,294
560
774 9,173
569
595 1,345 9,120
545 1,403 8,928
727 1,475 8,934

648
652
652
664
650

5,232
5,209
5,177
5,149
5,172

155
192
194
195
173

23
23
23
23
23

111

7
6
7
7
6

3
2
2
2
1

828
841
814
804
770

3,927
3,924
3,926
3,916
3,913

Monthly
averages;
January
3,404
February __ 3,381
March..... 3,468
3,472
April
3,495
May
June
3,479
3,498
July
August
3,476
September. 3,575
3,543
October
November, 3,328
December- 3,313

1,566
1,576
1,648
1,692
1,660
1,798
1,814
1,711
1,808
2,056
2,125
2,169

1,210
1,249
1,195
1,200
1,244
213
1,163
1,180
1,205
1,209
1,208
1,182

44,480
44,807
45,333
45,515
46,003
46,157
46,422
46,502
47,057
47,328
47,119
47,462

22,757
23,092
23,324
23,515
24,010
23,969
24,211
24,343
24,404
24,391
24,168
24,142

22,303
22,511
22,826
22,947
23,356
23,509
23,884
23,789
23,890
24,021
23,890
23,997

1,537
1,673
1,657
1,769.
1,853
1,741
1,615
1,798
1,829
1,863
1,822
1,715

318
482
331
484
328
489
390
491
394
461
456
518
467
526
530
467
596
493
563
510
705
581
599 1,165

9,039
9,005
9,180
9,077
9,069
9,059
9,078
9,075
9,402
9,485
9,178
9,090

647
625
640
640
654
656
652
632
617
628
640
653

5,244
5,262
5,282
5,275
5,246
5,233
5,254
5,274
5,271
5,280
5,290
5,188

190
193
173
172
183
175
163
158
156
156
153
182

24
24
26
25
26
26
26
22
21
21
21
23

6
5
5
5
6
7
7
7
7

2
..

747
743
778
760
776
789
763
754
775
786
803
811

3,824
3,834
3,833
3,847
3,862
3,873
3,873
3,883
3,885
3,895
3,915
3,921

1

.

United States Treasurer's time deposits, open account, are combined with postal savings (time) deposits.




in

109
108
106
117
117
115
114
115
114
113
111
114
112

no

109

7
7
7

7
7

3
2
1
1
2
1
1
4
2

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BANKING AND MONETARY STATISTICS
NO. 49-WEEKLY REPORTING MEMBER BANKS IN NEW YORK CITYPRINCIPAL ASSETS AND LIABILITIES, WEEKLY AND MONTHLY, 1919-1141
[Friday figures through April 1921; Wednesday figures thereafter. In millions of dollars]
Investments

Loans

Total
loans
and
invest
ments

Date TO month

1919

Total

On
securities

All
other

Reserves Cash
U.S.
in
Govern- Other with
ment secu- Federal vault
Total direct rities Reserve
Bank
obligations

Borrow,
InterBalances Net
U.S.
ings
at
with demand Time Govern- bank
iomestic deposits deposits ment deposits Federal
Reserve
deposits
hanks
Bank

5,327
5,277
5,352
5,259
5,282

3,902
3,855
3,845
3,779
3,807

1,425
1,422
1,507
1,480
1.475

907
910
987
969
962

518
513
520
511
513

635
626
635
613
627

121
120
111
108
103

4,339
4,311
4,323
4,272
4,234

195
196
206
•196
203

229
232
358
225
344

602
541
472
550
462

Feb. 7
Feb. 14
Feb. 21
Feb. 28

5,244
5,346
5,191
5,377

3,810
3,779
3,671
3,714

1,434
1,567
1,520
1,664

925
1,047
1,016
1,141

509
520
504
523

584
596
579
597

104
107
104
101

4,120
4,146
4,185
4,224

200
201
200
198

288
307
248
300

556
651
624
646

Mar
Mar.
Mar
Mar.

7
14
21
28

5,306
5,425
5,349
5,285

3,671
3,671
3,715
3,709

1,635
1,753
1,634
1,576

1,120
1,225
,114
,062

516
528
520
513

604
630
610
591

103
104
105
106

4,222
4,339
4,314
4,294

200
204
206
211

233
287
284
247

663
646
539
540

Apr.
Apr.
Apr.
Apr.

4
11
18...
25

5,226
5,414
5,356
5,330

3,678
3,691
3,663
3,649

1,547
1,723
1,693
1,681

,040
,197
,173
,163

507
527
521
518

618
603
626
621

104
106
105
107

4,358
4,277
4,337
4,351

212
211
216
217

186
387
318
271

480
552
514
470

. . 5,468
5,447
„-._ 5,459
5,441
__ 5,442

3,659
3,674
3,707
3,865
3.889

1,809
1,772
1,752
1,576
1,553

1,277
1,242
1,220
1,047
1.023

532
530
531
529
529

609
623
637
647
626

103
108
106
111
104

4,406
4,455
4,477
4.547
4,590

222
224
214
227
224

350
223
162
142
99

533
598
662
576
572

June 6
June 13 „
June 20
June 27

5,668
5,689
5,477
5,454

4,108
4,180
4,181
4,220

1,560
1,509
1.296
1.234

1,007
954
763
703

553
555
533
531

632
596
616
651

no

112
111

107

4,543
4,587
4.459
4.465

220
218
219
222

431
388
378
390

520
503
466
455

July 3
July 11
July 18
July 25.,

5,552
5,610
5,515
5,422

4,232
4,278
4,217
4,173

1,321
1,332
1,298
1.249

780
785
761
722

541
547
537
527

591
630
624
612

106
118
113
110

4.495
4.510
4,557
4,448

233
234
240
257

275
242
157
135

573
645
584
577

5,573
5,523
5,596
5,599
5,532

4,196
4,169
4,178
4,203
4,158

1,377
1,354
1,418
1,396
1,374

834
816
873
850
835

543
538
545
546
539

663
647
648
578
622

103
108
107

4,564
4,500
4,531
4,467
4,488

260
271
268
262
271

239
232
305
247
223

560
560
528
530
558

5,662
5,636
5,855
5,841

4,204
4,256
4,335
4,374

1,458
1,380
1,520
1,467

906
830
948
896

552
550
572
571

630
663
563
617

112
111

no
in

4,545
4,728
4,683
4,581

271
275
318
325

275
197
434
417 „ _ „ . _ _ _

581
520
397
525

5,928
6,010
5,961
5,896
5,956

4,479
4,558
4,545
4 489
4,551

1,449
1,451
1,416
1,407
.„-,-- 1,405

870
863
833
831
822

580
588
583
576
582

649
654
653
652
669

107
113
109
114
105

4,684
4,678
4,680
4,701
4,765

330
339
344
347
344

391
380
293
265
211

600
656
669
640
687

5,892
5,788
5,690
5,686

4,543
4,454
4,374
4,393

1,349
1,333
1,317
1,293

773
768
762
738-

576
565
555
555

721
660
652
683

116
113
117
116

4,705
4,699
4,673
4,685

349
352
345
336

195
156
116
85

769
680
654
716

5,615
5,657
5,719
5,765

4,351
4,424
4,485
4,565

2,457
2,495
2,547
2,608

1,264
1,232
1,234
1,200

717
681
676
637

547
552
558
563

655
638
593
614

120
119
122
130

4,578
4,659
4,625
4,590

305
310
314
308

163
108
271
239

657
678
514
676

5,299
5,290
5,341
5,331
5,451
5,572
5,525
5,565
5,749
5,950
5,764
5,689

3,837
3,743
3,692
3,670
3,759
4,173
4,225
4,181
4,292
4,525
4,441
4,457

2,527

1,462
1,546
1,650
1,661
1,692
1,400
1,300
1,384
1,456
1.426
1,323
1.232

947
1,032
1,130
1,143
1,162
857
762
842
895
844
760
677

515
514
519
518
530
543
538
542
561
582
563
555

627
589
609
617
628
624
614
632
618
656
679
625

112
104
104
106
107
110
112 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
107
111
110
116
123

4,296
4,169
4,292
4.331
4,495
4,513
4,502
4,510
4,634
4,702
4,691
4,613

199
200
205
214
222
220
241
266
297
341
345
309

278
286
262
291
195
397
202
249
331
308
138
195

525
619
597
504
583
486
595
547
506
651
705
639

Jan. 3
Jan. 10
Jan. 17
Jan. 24
Jan. 31

_

May 2
May 9
May 16
May 23
May 29

_

Aug. 1
Aug. 8
Aug. 15
Aug. 22
Aug. 29

Sept. 5 ..
Sept. 12
Sept. 19
Sept. 26

„.

-,

Oct. 3
Oct. 10
Get 17
Oct 24
Get. 31
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov

7
14
21
28

Dee.
Dec.
Dec
Dec

5 •
12
19
26

__

_

Monthly averages:
January
February
March
__
April
.. .
May
June
July
August
September
_„_
October
November
„
December.! _..„




-

-

1,895
1,929
1,938
1,957

1

1,930

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NO. 49-WEEKLY REPORTING MEMBER BANKS IN NEW YORK CITYPRINCIPAL ASSETS AND LIABILITIES, WEEKLY AND MONTHLY, 1919-1941-Continued
[Friday figures through April 1921; Wednesday figures thereafter.

In millions of dollars]

In vestmem s

Loans

Total

On
securities

All
other

ReBorrowInterU.S.
ings
serves Cash Balances Net
U.S.
in
at
with demand Time jiovern- bank
Govern- Other with
ment secu- Federal vault domestic deposits deposits inent deposits Federal
deposits
Reserve
banks
Total direct rities leserve
Bank
Bank
obligations

5,849
5 846
5,833
5.769
6,739

4,579
4 564
4,607
4,588
4,578

2,018
1 979
1,971
1.948
1,904

2,562
2 585
2,636
2,640
2,674

1,270
1 282
1,226
1,181
1,160

699
712
657
619
601

570
570
569
562
559

669
609
661
629
634

124
126
114
113
108

4,765
4,670
4,766
4,661
4,665

312
305
319
319
302

324
320
207
167
150

699
653
680
699
705

Feb. 6
Feb. 13
Feb.TZO.™
Feb. 27

5,669
5,651
5,554
5,581

4,503
4,506
4,420
4,458

1,840
1 766
1,719
1 730

2,663
2 739
2,701
2 727

1,165
1 145
1.134
1 124

613
595
594
581

552
550
540
543

640
626
608
628

110
115
111
112

4,663
4 647
4,554
4,567

305
298
296
295

97
71
28
19

698
743
756
784

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

5
12
19
26

5,576
5,628
5,585
5,606

4,482
4,532
4,524
4,546

1,731
1 726
1,709
1 724

2,751
2 806
2,815
2 822

1,095
1 096
1,061
1 060

552
549
518
515

542
548
543
545

606
635
602
635

112
112
109
108

4,606
4 670
4,670
4,644

294
296
302
303

19
19
46
22

761
761
640
733

Apr.
Apr.
Apr.
Apr.
Apr

2—.
9
16,—:
23
30

5,656
5,627
5,724
5.623
5 653

4,544
4 520
4,524
4,483
4 521

1,715
1 695
1,725
1 684
1 705

2
2
2
2
2

829
825
799
799
816

1 112
1 107
1,200
1 140
1 132

562
559
643
592
582

551
548
558
547
550

642
626
647
647
650

104
109
105
107
101

145
143
158
138
145

4,769
4 719
4,792
4 680
4 727

300
301
299
301
301

81
71
126
106
90

1,081
1,081
1,067
1,006
1 053

619
630
635
651
663

May
May
May
May

7
14
21
28

5 626
5 661
5,635
5 662

4 493
4 524
4,485
4 522

1
1
1
1

667
666
668
670

2
2
2
2

826
858
817
852

1 133
1 137
1 150
1 140

586
586
602
589

547
551
548
551

612
649
627
657

110
107
109
107

127
132
135
128

4
4
4
4

652
745
754
837

302
301
301
300

90
36
59
34

1,046
1 001
1,024

656
682
607
610

June 4
June 11
June 18
June 25

5 652
5,650
5 693
5,694

4 522
4,536
4 574
4,582

1 662
1 651
1 645
1 650

2
2
2
2

859
886
928
933

1 130
1 114
1 119
1 111

580
564
565
557

550
550
554
554

649
662
618
643

112
109
107
107

122
114
126
113

4 772
4 770
4 761
4,705

300
299
306
304

22
22
126
126

1 020

659
661
550
612

July 2
July 9
July 16
July 23
July 30

5 683
5,664
5 684
5,684
5,653

4 592
4,591
4 558
4,567
4,558

1 653
1 618
1 589
1 586
1 576

2 938
2 973
2 969
2*981
2 982

1 092
1*072
1 126
1 117
1 095

538
521
573
564
545

553
551
553
553
550

674
633
647
611
606

102
116
107
105
103

132
131
135
120
119

4 770
4 719
4 726
4,654
4 665

302
301
300
302
302

51
20
78
81
66

1 064
1,060
1 030

991
960

689
705
686
684
684

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

5,608
5,618
5,621
5,674

4,540
4,553
4,540
4,595

1 536
1 516
1 527
1 557

3
3
3
3

003
036
013
038

1 068
1 065
1 081
1 079

523
519
534
527

546
547
547
552

615
625
601
617

105
102
98
101

110
114
109
114

4 603
4 579
4,528
4 521

300
308
306
322

42
38
68
56

963
935
944
920

722
781
767
814

Sept 3
Sept. 10 .
Sept. 17
Sept. 24

5 658
5,628
5 738
5,749

4 582
4,622
4 646
4 677

1 549
1 553
1 547
1 567

3 033
3 069
3 099
3 111

1 076
1 007
1 092
1 072

525
459
533
512

551
548
559
560

619
619
626
614

101
108
105
102

123
122
141
129

4
4
4
4

491
524
629
528

331
331
340
334

27
13
200
189

944
938
975
942

866
827
672
749

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

5.753
5,796
5,830
5,738
5 681

4,724
4,759
4,779
4 709
4 667

1 611
1 603
1 649
1 585
1 617

3 113*
3 156
3 130
3 124
3 050

1 029
1 037
1 051
1 029
1 013

468
472
483
470
460

561
565
568
559
553

582
629
641
568
604

96
107
108
106
103

122
113
126
112
102

4
4
4
4
4

525
527
648
513
506

329
324
335
336
318

169
152
87
70
29

1,062

977
978
942
902

751
846
848
856
882

5,611
5,575
5,542
5,529

4,608
4,577
4,510
4,523

1 558
1 523
1 486
1 521

3 049
3 054
3 025
3 002

1 004

458
455
493
468

546
542
539
537

580
613
589
562

110
111
110
116

108
105
109
112

4 436
4 427
4,393
4 400

318
315
312
310

16
8
73
37

895
889
884
907

890
882
806
803

4,515
4 525
4 544
4,529
4,581

1 534
1 535
1 561
1 570
1 635

2
2
2
2
2

981
989
983
959
945

980
961

i-_

5,496
5.485
5 B08
5,558
5,615

1 064
1 028
1 034

446
428
518
488
488

534
533
546
540
546

592
586
581
595
605

110
112
109
109
101

101
100
110
113
120

4
4
4
4
4

353
383
405
352
505

305
292
280
283
298

7
7
198
168
127

870
851
909
891
998

865
823
753
811
766

Monthly averages:
January.. _
February. _
March . _.
April....,
..
May
June
July
August, . L
September
October
November
December

5,807
5,614
5,599
5,657
5,646
5 672
5,674
5,630
5,693
5 759
5,564
5,552

4,583
4,472
4,521
4,519
4 506
4 554
4,573
4,557
4 632
4 728
4,555
4.539

1,964
1 764
1 722
1,705
1 668
1 652
1 605
1 534
J 554
1 613
1 522
1,567

2,619
2 708
2 798
2,814
2 838
2 901
2 969
3 023
3 078
3 115
3 033
2,972

1,224
1 142
1 078
1,138
1 140
1 118
1 100
1 073
1 061
1 032
1 010
1,014

658
596
533
588
591
566
548
526
507
470
469
474

566
546
545
551
550
552
552
548
554
561
541
540

640
625
619
642
636
643
634
614
619
605
586
592

117
112
110
105
109
109
107
101
104
104
112
108

4,706
4,608
4 647
146 * 4,737
4 747
131
4 752
119
127
4 707
112
4 558
129
4 543
115 * 4 544
4 414
109
109
4,400

311
298
299
300
301
302
301
309
334
328
314
292

234
54
26
95
55
74
59
51
107
101
33
101

Total
loans
and
investments

Date or month

Jan, 2
Jan. 9
Jan. 16
Jan. 23
Jan. 30

1920

6
13
20
27.

1_
8
15
22
29

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

5
12
19
26

Dec.
Dec.
Dec.
Dec.
Dec.

3 . .
10
17
24
31

,




998

1,032
1 006

994

981

1 025

986

1,058
1 016
1 003
1,021

941
950
972
894
904

687
745
724
640
638
621
690
771
778
837
845
803

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BANKING AND MONETARY STATISTICS
NO. 4i-~WEEKLY REPORTING MEMBER BANKS IN NEW YORK CITYPRINCIPAL ASSETS AND LIABILITIES, WEEKLY AND MONTHLY, UlMMI-Continued
[Friday figures through April 1921; Wednesday figures thereafter. In millions of dollars]
Loans

Total
loans
and
investments

Date or month

Investments

All
other

ReBorrowserves Gash Balances Net
U.S.
U.S..
Interings
Govern- Other with
with demand Time Govern- bank
in
at
ment secu- Federal vault domestic deposits deposits ment deposits Federal
Total direct rities Reserve
deposits
hanks
Reserve
obligaBank
Bank
tions

Total

On
securities

5,523
5,434
5,449
5,377

4,521
4,451
4,445
4.392

1.574
1.515
1,516
1,479

2,947 1,002
983
2,936
2,929 1,004
984
2,914

464
457
475
460

539
526
529
524

588
572
582
570

112
103
95
95

117
106
94
95

4,453
4,406
4,307
4,210

309
313
292
278

56
38
105
71

1,012
978
946
882

788
719
794
826

Feb. 4
Feb. 11
Feb. 18
Feb. 25

5,387
5,314
5,286
5,289

4,422
4.359
4.315
4,318

1,483
1,463
1,446
1,461

2,939
2,896
2.870
2.856

965
955
970
971

446
442
450
453

519
513
521
517

569
554
558
558

93
89
91
91

99
98
101
102

4,213
4,165
4.167
4.139

276
279
266
269

51
31
63
53

865
842
864
865

861
833
791
800

Mar. 4
Mar, 11
Mar. 181
Mar, 25

5.283
6,223
5,260
5,176

4,341
4,269
4,220
4.183

1,470
1,433
1,407
1.392

2,871
2.836
2,813
2,791

041
954
1,040
994

434
428
506
468

507
526
534
526

548
575
539
540

93
94
92
92

98
91
100
90

4,158
4,134
4.103
4.064

278
276
298
297

39
17
174
165

844
828
848
795

758
789
651
605

Apr.
Apr.
Apr.
Apr.
Apr.

5,156
5,119
5,105
.041
,020

4,170
4,148
4,103
4,060
4.029

1,411
1,407
1,382
1,375
1,381

2,759
2,741
2,722
2,685
2,648

986
971
1,002
981
991

456
449
470
451
445

530
522
531
529
545

563
534
559
541
547

87
93
93
93
100

101
92
104
89
95

4,179
4,086
4,118
5,056
4,062

290
298
290
297
300

165
157
163
119
119

863
832
846
810
787

533
560
552
542
508

,024
.966
.919
.891

4,045
4,009
3,963
3,940

,408
,387
,388
.391

2,637
2,622
2,576
2,549

979
957
956
951

437
437
434
426

542
520
521
526

552
547
530
554

98
99
95
98

89
95
147
150

4,134
4,102
4,028
4,087

293
293
386
377

99
76
108
59

827
828
806
802

514
547
394
405

June 22
June 29

,893
,807
,928
,902
,910

3,940
3.853
3.840
3.834
3.844

,423
,360
,364
,340
,349

2,517
2,493
2,475
2,495
2.495

953
954
1,089
1,068
1,065

417
412
555
542
540

536
542
534
526
526

561
581
681
568
565

93
101
94
95
95

133
139
142
139
136

4.217
4.162
4,248
4,089
4,160

282
280
285
262
270

32
11
260
251
208

813
806
865
774
809

423
393
294
287
283

July 6
July 13
July 20
July 27

,827
,758
,706
,678

3,807
3,776
3,752
3,760

,340
.315
,327
,308

2,468
2,461
2,424
2,452

1,020
981
954
918

498
467
437
407

522
514
517
511

549
547
538
546

101
101
92
93

97
86
86
88

4,075
4,056
4.048
4,034

264
257
255
252

173
148
67
51

841
797
813
799

327
312
313
285

Aug. 3
Aug. 10
Aug. 17
Aug. 24
Aug. 31

,764
,708
,669
,652
,655

3,796
3,742
3,722
3,704
3,717

.328
.305
.285
,286
,277

2,468
2,437
2.438
2,418
2.440

968
966
946
948
938

463
460
441
436
434*

504
505
505
512
504

518
509
508
521
535

91
93
87
89
83

81
82
83
77
85

3,962
3,925
3,945
3,948
4,008

248
251
250
260
267

174
170
103
83
71

797
793
778
760
824

299
273
256
247
242

Sept. 7
Sept. 14
Sept. 21... ;
Sept. 28

,623
.665
,698
,720

3,690
3,736
3,728
3.748

,258
,309
,336
,323

2,432
2,427
2,393
2,424

933
929
970
972

425
424
475
476

508
505
495
496

544
519
514
568

88
90
87
89

82
86
91
96

3,994
4,044
3,974
4,018

269
273
277
278

59
59
238
239

773
781
764
810

257
206
130
150

Oct.
Oct.
Oct
Oct.

,785
,774
,690
,640

3.797
3.781
3,709
3,678

,365
,372
,365
,372

2,432
2,409
2,344
2,306

987
993
981
962

470
475
445
452

517
519
536
510

528
554
558
575

87
92
87
85

85
96
100
93

4,028
4,073
4,184
4.172

280
282
286
290

231
208
62
35

837
853
867
830

181
216
155
156

,676
,682
.695
,701
,749

3,662
3,671
3.674
3,656
3,698

.372
.375
,375
,368
,412

2,290 1,014
2,296 1,011
,022
2,299
,045
2,288
2.286 • ,051

507
497
507
531
541

507
513
515
514
511

562
543
549
558
572

82
94
87
91
82

101
81
100
94
87

4,172
4,149
4,187
4,177
4,248

291
293
310
309
306

102
102
80
60
47

893
863
871
823
888

119
158
103
lol
125

,730
,744
.774
,746

3,676
3,671
3,663
3,630

,384
,430
,432
,424

2,292
2,241
2,231
2,206

,054
,072
,111
,116

546
553
591
596

508
519
520
521

540
539
603
582

92
94
102
97

83
89
97
99

4,174
4,237
4,249
4.217

289
286
284
302

42
42
106
93

827
824
816
815

148
133
158
131

,446
,319
,235
,088
.950
,888
,742
,689
,676
,722
,701
,749

4,452
4,354
4,253
4,102
3,989
3,862
3,774
3,736
3,725
3,741
3,672
3,660

,521
,463
,425
,391
,393
,367
,323
,296
,306
,369
,380
1,418

2,931
2,890
2,828
2,711
2,596
2,495
2,451
2,440
2,419
2,373
2,292
2,243

993
965
982
986
961
1,026
968
953
951
981
1,029
1,088

464
448
459
454
434
493
452
447
450
461
517
571

530
518
523
532
527
533
516
506
501
520
512
517

578
560
550
549
546
591
545
518
536
554
557
566

101
91
93
93
98
96
97
88
89
88
87
96

103
100
95
96
120
139
89
81
89
93
93
92

4,344
4,171
4,115
4,100
4,088
4,175
4,053
3,957
4,008
4,114
4,187
4,219

298
273
287
295
337
276
257
255
274
285
302
290

68
50
99
145
86
152
110
120
149
134
78
71

954
859
829
828
816
813
812
790
782
847
868
821

781
821
701
539
465
336
309
263
186
177
127
143

1921
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

7
14
21
28

_

....

1
8
15
22
29

May4
May 11
May 18
May 25

. ..
.

..

June 1- .
June 8 .

5
11
19
26

Nov. 2
Nov. 9
Nov. 16
Nov. 23
Nov. 30
Dec.
Dec.
Dec.
Dec.

7
14
21
28

__
. ......
„
, ...

Monthly averages:
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December




REPORTING MEMBER BANKS

167

NO. 49-WEEKLY REPORTING MEMBER BANKS IN NEW YORK CITYPRINCIPAL ASSETS AND LIABILITIES, WEEKLY AND MONTHLY, 1919-1941-Continued
[Wednesday figures. In millions of dollars]
Investments

Loans

Date or month

Total
loans
and
investments

Total

On
securities

All
other

Total

Borrow,
ReInterU.S.
ings
serves Cash Balances Net
U.S.
at
in
with demand Time Govern- bank
govern- Other with
ment secu- Federal vault domestic deposits deposits ment deposits Federal
deposits
Reserve
banks
direct rities Reserve
Bank
Bank
obligations

1922
Jan. 4... .
Jan. 11..
Jan. 18
Jan. 25

4,802
4,779
4.763
4.704

3,674
3.630
3,598
3,622

,443
,400
,370
,305

2,231
2,230
2,229
2,217

1,128
1,149
1,165
1,182

602
626
641
645

526
523
524
537

613
605
553
553

90
01
80
78

101
88
81
80

4.350
4,329
4.252
4.212

301
306
299
302

93
87
69
62

908
895
870
870

125
97
84
62

Feb. 1
Feb. 8
Feb. 15
Feb. 21

4,799
4,760
4,765
4,648

3,560
3,537
3,551
3,481

,355
,330
,340
,309

2,205
2,208
2,210
2,172

1,239
1,222
1,214
1,167

704
696
688
657

535
526
525
510

562
585
587
551

74
79
76
77

85
69
91
76

4.247
4,169
4,201
4,139

304
306
321
330

151
154
153
98

952
854
916
848

59
96
84
43

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

4.643
4,627
4,706
4,743
4,719

3,529
3,503
3,561
3,569
3,541

,338
,310
,349
,360
,354

2,191
2,194
2,213
2,209
2,187

1,114
1,123
1,145
1,175
1,177

623
640
653
670
675

491
483
491
504
503

571
578
654
535
582

74
78
74
76
77

89
73
80
76
81

4.191
4,172
4,311
4,183
4,224

312
330
337
345
348

92
92
96
83
76

940
902
950
883
880

33
14
12
20
23

Apr. 5
Apr. 12
Apr. 19
Apr. 26

4,768
4,736
4,806
4,821

3,580
3,536
3,550
3,562

,390
,337
,423
,432

2,191
2,199
2,127
2,130

1,188
1,200
1,256
1,259

675
683
718
725

513
517
538
534

577
595
599
595

78
78
76
77

76
79
77
77

4.289
4.308
4,371
4,383

346
353
376
379

61
55
88
74

917
915
935
926

42
23
21
8

May3.
May 10.
May 17
May 24.
May 31

4,858
4,886
4,945
4,971
5,000

3,553
3.563
3,599
3,603
3,591

,452
,469
,554
,559
.586

2,100
2,094
2,045
2,044
2,004

1.305
1,323
1,347
1,369
1,409

742
758
760
786
801

564
565
587
582
608

600
629
633
645
614

76
77
74
76
75

76
71
74
69
73

4,415
4,438
4,525
4,538
4,600

383
426
401
401
394

67
64
50
45
45

944
953
969
955
1.020

29
9

June 7 _
June 14
June 21
June 28

5,041
5,116
5,171
5,073

3,586
3,627
3,653
3,535

.587
,600
,635
,552

1,999
2,027
2,018
1,983

1,455
1,488
1,518
1,538

839
880
908
923

615
608
610
615

637
621
614
700

78
78
75
76

70
73
81
78

4,554
4,674
4,701
4,624

442
401
420
465

91
78
57
39

978
988
969
941

8
9
7
53

July
July
July
July

5,124
5,090
5.072
5.018

3,589
3,555
3,524
3,446

,620
,582
,548
,486

1.969
1,973
1,976
1,959

1,535
1,535
1,548
1,572

924
922
944
954

611
613
604
619

616
657
647
623

80
83
74
75

75
87
79
70

4,503
4,540
4,470
4,414

547
556
561
580

39
35
31
31

1,010
1,007
969
963

77
47
72
10

Aug. 2
Aug. 9
Aug. 16
Aug. 23
Aug. 30

5,101
5,061
5,067
5,011
4,987

3.529
3.495
3.507
3,448
3,441

,537
,514
,512
.472
,476

1,992
1,981
1,995
1,976
1,965

1,572
1.566
1,560
1,563
1,545

982
983
957
972
980

590
583
603
591
565

635
582
570
593
603

73
74
70
72
72

72
69
69
67
72

4.491
4,350
4,337
4,308
4,316

571
606
618
605
607

84
71
64
64
64

985
929
924
906
908

16
13
20
28
21

Sept. 6...
Sept. 13
Sept. 20
Sept. 27

4,992
4,992
5.024
5,003

3,464
3,490
3,533
3,528

1,482
1,518
1,557
1,553

1,982
1.972
1,976
1,975

1,528
1,502
1,491
1,475

969
959
955
926

559
543
535
550

589
578
545
581

75
76
74
74

70
71
70
74

4,305
4,353
4,347
4,357

601
559
558
552

64
58
46
47

923
943
926
897

28
20
26
24

Oct. 4
Oct. 11.
Oct. 18
Oct. 25

5.028
4.999
5.154
5.078

3,545
3,531
3,646
3,588

1,558
1,524
1,637
1,618

1,987
2,007
2,009
1,970

1,483
1,468
1,508
1.489

931
916
957
942

552
553
551
547

593
655
667
577

73
81
75
74

79
79
81
82

4,386
4,385
4,474
4,361

557
542
542
545

40
32
112
104

979
971
1*014
933

34
122
75
57

Nov. 1. .
Nov. 8
Nov. 15
Nov. 22.. .
Nov. 29

5,107
5,062
5,035
4.988
5,011

3,616
3,593
3,557
3,527
3,549

1,655
1,605
1,589
1,562
1,596

1,961
1,988
1,967
1,965
1,953

1,490
1,469
1,478
1,461
1,463

941
939
940
932
941

550
530
539
528
522

613
575
595
605
570

71
80
74
75
76

88
82
85
88
84

4,370
4.310
4,299
4,289
4,347

558
557
554
558
543

85
82
74
66
66

945
922
941
893
959

126
143
147
113
81

Dec. 6
Dec. 13
Dec. 20..
Dec. 27.

4,991
4,989
5,166
5,190

3,544
3,548
3,583
3,613

,583
,552
,587
,630

1,961
1,996
1,996
1.983

1,446
1,442
1,583
1,577

932
920
1,056
1.055

515
521
527
522

594
564
588
591

77
82
90
98

78
75
76
82

4,256
4,279
4,361
4,403

549
547
528
530

63
63
261
236

874
876
920
910

158
125
86
82

Monthly averages:
January
February
March
April
May
June
.
JulyAugust
September..
October
November
December...

4.762
4,743
4,688
4,783
4,932
5,100
5.076
5,045
5.003
5,065
5,041
5,084

3,606
3,532
3,541
3,557
3,582
3,600
3,528
3,484
3,504
3,577
3,568
3,572

,379
,334
,342
,395
,524
,593
,559
,502
,528
,584
,601
,588

2,227
2,199
2,199
2,162
2,057
2,007
,969
.982
,976
,993
,967
,984

1,156
1,211
1,147
1,226
1,351
1.500
1,547
1,561
1.499
1,487
1,472
1,512

628
686
652
700
769
888
936
975
952
937
938
991

528
524
494
525
581
612
611
586
547
551
534
521

581
571
584
591
624
643
636
596
573
623
592
584

85
76
76
77
76
76
78
72
75
76
75
87

87
80
80
78
73
75
78
70
71
80
85
78

4,286
4,189
4,216
4.338
4,503
4,638
4,482
4.360
4,341
4,401
4,323
4,325

302
315
334
364
401
432
561
602
567
547
554
539

78
139
88
70
54
67
34
70
54
72
75
156

886
893
911
923
968
969
987
930
922
974
932
895

92
71
21
23
15
19
52
20
24
72
122
113

1
8
15..
22
29

5—
12...
19
26...

.




23
6

BANKING AND MONETARY STATISTICS

168

NO. 49-WEEKLY REPORTING MEMBER BANKS IN NEW YORK CITYPRINCIPAL ASSETS AND LIABILITIES, WEEKLY AND MONTHLY, 1919-1941-Continued
[Wednesday figures. In millions of dollars]
Loans

Investments

All
other

BorrowReU.S. Interings
U.S.
serves Cash Balances Net
demand Time Govern bank
at
with
in
with
Govern- Other
ment secu- Federal vault domestic deposits deposits ment deposits Federal
deposits
Reserve
banks
Total direct rities Reserve
Bank
obligaBank
tions

1,781
1,634
1,634
1,574
1,588

2,002
2,016
2,004
1.988
2,014

1,568
1,560
1,618
1,608
1,604

1,036
1,036
1,097
1,091
1,073

532
524
521
518
530

617
651
592
610
608

76
78
72
70
67

88
82
79
76
75

4,534
4,508
4,475
4,462
4.439

532
525
516
493
494

175
94
122
71
57

3,572
3,611
3,632
3,700

1,538
1,570
1,611
1,642

2,034
2.041
2,020
2,058

1,579
1,562
I t 527
It 496

1,069
1,054
1,029
992

510
508
498
504

606
633
595
598

69
69
73
66

73
80
78
77

4,447
4,466
4,435
4,470

483
480
505
509

5,164
5,145
5,194
5,188

3,648
3,676
3,706
3,706

1,540
1,519
1,569
1,561

2,108
2,157
2,137
2,145

1,516
1,470
1.488
1,482

1,011
986
1,009
1,003

504
484
479
479

568
603
570
589

67
67
66
68

72
76
74
79

4,319
4,334
4,237
4,186

5,257
5,184
5,130
5,116

3,783
3,714
3,680
3,684

1,621
1,543
1,546
1,559

2,162
2,172
2,134
2,125

1,474
1,470
1,449
1,432

996
990
974
959

478
480
475
473

571
578
605
565

69
70
65
66

78
76
78
75

5,184
5,116
5,140
5,137
5,109

3,777
3,707
3,692
3,692
3,665

1,642
1,572
1,549
1,551
1,548

2,135
2,135
2,143
2,141
2,117

1,407
1,410
1,448
1,445
1,444

930
944
978
976
973

476
466
470
468
471

593
578
606
589
560

65
70
64
66
67

June 6
June 13-_ = _--...
June 20
June 27

5,091
5,094
5,061
5,108

3,639
3,645
3,612
3,648

1,546
1,541
1,497
1,538

2,093
2,104
2,115
2,111

1,452
1,449
1,449
1,460

981
980
979
978

471
469
470
482

586
589
584
588

July 3 _ _ _ .. _ _ _ _ _ _ „ _ _
July 11
July 18..
July 25
. „

5,188
5,131
5,062
5,009

3,727
3,672
3,606
3,559

1,606
1,550
1.487
1,463

2,121
2,122
2,119
2,096

1,462
1,459
1,456
1.450

980
977
958
954

482
482
498
496

Aug. 1..... _.„_,„
Aug. 8
Aug. 15..
......
Aug. 22
Aug. 29............

5,003
4,929
4,936
4,895
4,927

3,571
3.504
3,515
3,495
3,543

1,448
1,374
1,367
1,339
1,385

2,123
2,130
2,148
2,156
2,158

1,432
1.425
1,421
1,400
1,384

943
933
931
917
908

Sept. 5
Sept. 12........
Sept. 19
Sept. 26. -.._..._...

4,951
4,953
5,000
4,985

3,568
3,577
3,610
3.600

1,394
1,380
1,414
1,420

2,174
2,197
2,196
2,180

1,383
1,376
1,390
1,385

Oct. 3
Oct. 10....
Oct. 17. .
Oct 24
Oct. 31

5,044
4,986
4,908
4,986
5,028

3,672
3,606
3,611
3,586
3,604

1,472
1,383
1,386
1,386
1,405

2,201
2,223
2,225
2,200
2,199

Total
loans
and
investments

..

Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.

7.
14
21
28

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

7
14.
.
21
28........

Apr,
Apr.
Apr.
Apr.

4
11
18
25..

May 2
May 9
May 16
May 23
May 29

.

.„ „
..
.

«. ,

.....

On
securities

3,782
3,650
3,638
3,562
3,602

5,151
5,173
5,159
5,196

1923
Jan. 3
Jan. 10
Jan. 17
Jan. 24
Jan. 31_,

Total

5,350
5,209
5,256
5,170
5,206

Date or month

1,009
1,047
1,013
941
966 !

128
123
140
167
198

52
44
39
39

937
928
921
1,059

168
234
178
161

571
594
625
626

39
39
141
141

985
970
945
930

149
152
110
166

4,258
4,230
4,220
4,182

634
627
636
647

141
141
126
112

980
944
935
909

151
127
116
07

79
73
80
77
80

4,250
4,154
4,202
4,217
4,186

657
650
637
643
650

106
101
152
99
61

939
901
906
872
864

149
142
04
101
107

68
67
64
66

72
75
71
74

4,184
4,240
4,193
4,227

643
634
632
631

49
49
76
76

863
865
852
853

136
118
79
62

610
f99
579
543

70
73
65
65

91
79
70
72

4,281
4,277
4,207
4,154

630
632
629
613

66
50 [
43
40

944
955
893
865

188
157
123
102

489
492
491
482
479

602
574
548
542
555

62
74
64
65
65

77
65
84
65
69

4,155
4,064
4,076
4,023
4,037

618
605
603
607
618

40
40
35
35
31

967
880
876
841
833

144
164
138
112
118

899
895
905
905

485
481
485
480

558
564
548
573

66
68
66
65

72
69
72
70

4,070
4,099
4,164
4,104

618
618
621
821

27
24 j
54
54

890
852
881
855

150
141
76
133

1,371
1,380
1,387
1,400
1,424

902
905
906
914
916

469
475
481
485
509

579
580
581
552
600

66
73
65
66
66

74
68
76
75
79

4,192
4,160
4,228
4.1SS
4,259

610
607
618
620
612

47 ;

54

28
23
21

936
843
897
863
955

137
138
104
98
130

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

7...
14
21
28

4,968
4,994
4,946
4,950

3,562
3,586
3,560
3,565

1,382
1,401
1,421
1.425

2,181
2,184
2,138
2,141

1,405
1,409
1,387
1,385

919
922
894
895

486
487
493
490

556
576
583
582

74
69
68
73

84
81
73
74

4,211
4,287
4,265
4,263

606
601
594
601

21
16
12
11 ;

918
935
898
8SO

104
88
50
56

Dec.
Deo.
Dec.
Dee.

5
12
19_............
26.. _„ ......

4,958
4,968
5,021
5,026

3,579
3,572
3,610
3,617

1,432
1,439
1,497
1,526

2,147
2,133
2,113
2,091

1,380
1,396
1,411
1,409

894
910
913
916

485
486
498
404

565
598
552
585

71
75
71
84

71
75
77
76

4,220
4,267
4,237
4,213

605
614
607
609

9
7
54
50

930
949
933
918

55
74
54
123

Monthly averages:
January
February
_„_..,
March
April
May
June.._,_ ,,„ „,.
July , ..
„__
August
September
October
November. . „ _ _ ,
December, _ . „ _ . _ »

5,238
5,170
5,173
5,172
5,137
5,088
5,098
4,938
4,972
5,008
4,965
4,994

3,647
3,628
3,684
3,715
3,707
3,636
3,641
3.526
3,589
3,616
3,568
3,595-

1,642
1,590
1,547
1,567
1,573
1,531
1,526
1,383
1,402
1,406
1,407
1,473

2,005
2,038
2,137
2,148
2,134
2,105
2,115
2,143
2,187
2,210
2,161
2,121

1,592
1,541
1,489
1,456
1,431
1,452
1,457
1,412
1,384
1,393
1,396
1,399

1,067
1,036
1,002
980
960
980
967
926
901
909
907
908

525
505
487
476
470
473
489
486
483
484
489
491

616
608
582
580
585
587
583
564
561
578
574
575

73
69
67
67
66
66
68
66
66
67
71
75

80
77
75
76
78
73
78
72

512
494
604
636 [
647
635
626
610
619
613
600
609

104
43
90
130
104
62
50
38 !
40 :
35
15 '
30

995
961
958
042
896
858
914

151
183
144
123
119
106
143
135
125
121
76
77




4,484
4,455
4,269
4,223 |
4,202
4,211
4,230
4,071
71 i 4,109
74
4,205
78 :: 4,257
4,234
75

m
sea
§99
908
933

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169

NO. 49-WEEKLY REPORTING MEMBER BANKS IN NEW YORK CITYPRINCIPAL ASSETS AND LIABILITIES, WEEKLY AND MONTHLY, 1919-1941-Contini/
[Wednesday figures. In millions of dollars]
Investments

Loans

Total
loans
and
investments

Total

On
securities

5,157
5,081
5,042
5,040
5,066

3,733
3,660
3,636
3,628
3,664

1,663
1,574
1,530
1,530
1,520

2,069
2,086
2,106
2,098
2,144

1,424
1,421
1,406
1,412
1,402

911
914
912
901
893

513
507
494
511
508

639
592
618
620
601

72
72
64
64
64

99
- 80
81
76
74

4,407
4,334
4,332
4,288
4,337

619
612
617
619
583

44
42
38
38
38

1,069
991
1,010
992
982

150
70
65
80
59

5,115
5,099
5,094
5,051

3,698
3,688
3,685
3,643

1,532
1,502
1,513
1,469

2,166
2,186
2,172
2,175

1,417
1,411
1,409
1.408

917
902
893
889

500
509
517
519

578
574
581
616

64
68
69
67

72
83
73
69

4,362
4,324
4,330
4,300

586
590
610
605

38
34
34
34

1,005
962
965
954

65
123
65
71

5,061
5,110
5,197
5,183.

3,690
3,726
3,818
3,784

1,463
' 1,484
1,550
1,506

2,227
2,243
2,268
2,278

1,370
1,384
1,379
1,399

845
868
858
873

525
516
521
526

584
620
662
603

65
64
63
63

70
71
81
68

4,298
4,371
4,492
4,329

608
608
616
643

34
34
61
59

991
974
1,081
964

36
53
7
50

5,215
5,159
5,175
5,191
. 5,232

3,799
3,737
3,729
3,744
3,806

1,540
1,474
1,482
1,495
1,570

2,259
2,263
2,247
2,249
2,236

1,416
1,423
1,446
1,447
1,426

878
538
543
879
886 , 560
886
561
839
587

615
626
611
617
636

61
65
63
64
61

77
70
81
74
76

4,365
4,302
4,369
4,405
4,514

641
643
650
659
659

59
59
55
50
50

983
972
971
948
1,093

66
94
41
20
4

7
14
21
28

5,220
5,263
5,244
5,262

3,741
3,730
3,733
3,727

1,525
1,504
1,525
1,501

2,216
2,226
2,209
2,226

1,479
1,533
1,511
1,536

879
890
889
897

600
643
622
639

617
612
622
635

65
64
63
69

70
76
84
79

4,417
4,482
4,471
4,500

654
654
655
658

50
45
29
22

June 4
June 11
June 18
June 25

5,351
5,464
5,506
5,605

3,743
3,881
3,907
3,974

1,546
1,636
1,695
1,727

2,198
2,245
2,213
2,247

1,608
1,582
1,599
1,631

903
896
913
925

705
686
685
706

637
692
742
689

66
66
62
64

77
84
79
83

4,632
4,771
4,865
4,853

643
644
664
680

22
20
24
24

1,030
1,087
1,174
1,132

4
5
8
8

July 2
July 9
July 16
July 23
July 30

5,622
5,609
5,640
5,667
5,718

3,977
3,979
3,999
4,015
4,045

1,770
1,732
1,786
1,803
1,832

2,207
2,247
2,213
2,212
2,213

1,645
1,630
1,641
1,652
1,673

939
923
930
956
953

705
707
711
696
720

646
676
720
713
710

71
69
64
63
73

77
81
95
93
93

4,855
4,891
4,953
4,970
5,016

662
667
693
702
700

24
20
17
17
17

1,180
1,182
1,237
1,209
1,216

38
7
12
5
6

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

5,766
5,786
5,836
5,802

4,105
4,096
4,121
4,075

1,791
1,837
1,866
1,826

2,314
2,259
2,255
2,249

1.661
1,690
1,715
1,727

940
963
970
977

722
728
745
750

712
736
687
708

64
64
62
61

94
91
85
83

5,057
5,074
5,058
5,055

712
726
721
712

17
17
17
17

1,267
1,293
1,185
1,162

7
7
7
9

Sept. 3
Sept. 10
Sept. 17
Sept. 24

5,822
5,788
5,890
6,003

4,076
4,041
4,116
4,209

1,892
1,813
1,862
1,902

2,184
2,228
2,255
2,307

1,745
1,747
1,773
1,794

1,006
1,006
1,031
1,054

740
741
743
740

715
703
830
693

64
67
64
65

88
83
101
89

5,072
5,062
5,228
5,136

709
709
747
775

14
11
38
38

1,183
1,203
1,324
1,241

53
13
14
10

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

6,126
6,021
6,013
6,079
6,017

1,960
4,286
4,176 j 1,857
1,832
4,161
4,211 , 1,915
4,096
1,786

2,325
2,319
2,329
2,297
2,311

1,840
1,845
1,852
1,867
1,921

1,052
1,060
1,058
1,076
1,090

788
785
794
791
830

730
759
726
723
728

62
70
70
67
68

101
83
96
95
87

5,298
5,190
5,226
5,295
5,178

776
775
786
787
813

38
38
39
38
38

1,325
1,242
1,258
1,243
1,183

26
50
44
8
12

Date or month

Jan. 2
Jan. 9
Jan 16
Jan. 23
Jan. 30

1924

Feb. 6.
Feb. 13
Feb. 20
Feb. 27
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

5
12
19
26

.._.
__

Apr. 2
Apr. 9
Apr. 16
Apr. 23
Apr. 30
May
May
May
May

6
13
20. . .. _.„
27

1
8
15
22
29

_

All '
other
Total

ReBorrowU.S.
' serves Cash Balances Net
U.S.
Interings
Govern- Other with
with demand Time Govern- bank
in
at
ment secu- Federal vault domestic deposits deposits ment deposits Federal
direct rities Reserve
banks
deposits
Reserve
obligaBank
Bank
tions

977
982
958
942'

31
20
18
18

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

5
12
19
26

_.

6,033
6,107
6,122
6,126

1,835
4,108
4,210
1,899
4,187
1,891
4,198 1 1,920

2,273
2,311
2,297
2,278

1,925
1,897
1,935
1,928

1,085
1,056
1,091
1,096

840
842
844
832

671
711
722
707

74
72
69
76

90
94
87
92

5,167
5,351
5,307
5,314

803
805
845
847

38
32
27
27

1,272
1,215
1,204
1,175

21
7
28
5

Dec.
Dec.
Dec.
Dec.
Dec.

3
10
17
24
31

„

6,132
6,129
6,077
6,119
6,107

4,211
4,234
4,241
4,287
4,292

1,943
1,986
2,003
2,044
2,041

2,268
2,248
2,237
2,242
2,250

1,921
1,894
1,837
1,832
1,816

1,097
1,079
1,017
1,027
999

824
816
820
805
816

780
721
754
769
749

71
74
83
86
78

84
87
93
78
92

5,391
5,368
5,355
5,345
5,401

825
811
813
804
817

25
16
29
26
26

1,246
1,179
1,174
1,123
1,305

32
13
12
89
31

Monthly averages:
January
February
March
April
May
-_
June
.July
August
September ,
October
November
December

5,077
5,090
5,138
5,194
5,247
5,481
5,651
5,798
5,876
6,051
6,097
6,113

3,664
3,678
3,755
3,763
3,733
3,876
4,003
4,099
4,111
4,186
4,176
4,253 I

1,563
1,504
1,501
,512
,514
,651
,785
,830
,867
,870
,886
2,004

2,101
2,175
2,254
2,251
2,219
2,226
2,218
2,269
2,244
2,316
2,290
2.249

1,413
1,411
1,383
1,431
1,515
1,605
1,648
1,699
1,765
1,865
1,921
1.860

906
900
861
874
889
909
940
963
1,024
1,067
1,082
1,044

507
511
522
558
626
696
708
736
741
798
840
816

614
587
617
621
621
690
693
711
736
733
703
755

67
67
64
63
66
64
68
63
65
67
72
78

82
74
72
76
77
81
88
88
90
93
91
87

,340
,329
,372
,391
,468
,780
4,937
5,061
5,125
5,237
5,285
5.372

610
598
619
651
655
658
685
718
735
787
825
814

40
35
47
54
36
22
19
17
25
38
31
25

1,009
972
1,002
994
965
1,106
1,205
! ,227
1,238
1,250
1,217
1,206

85
81
36
45
22
6
13
8
22
28
15
35




170

BANKING AND MONETARY STATISTICS
NO. 49-WEEKLY REPORTING MEMBER BANKS IN NEW YORK CITYPRINCIPAL ASSETS AND LIABILITIES, WEEKLY AND MONTHLY, 1!1MMl-Continued
[Wednesday figures. In millions of dollars]

In vestment s

Loans

Total
loans
and
investments

ReBorrowserves Cash Balances Net
InterU.S.
u. b.
ings
with
demand Time Grovern- bank
with
in
Govern- Other
at
ment secu- Federal vault domestic deposits deposits ment deposits Federal
banks
direct rities Reserve
deposits
Reserve
Bank
obligaBank
tions

Total

On
securities

All
other

6,176
6,122
6,089
5,975

4,355
4,289
4,273
4,229

2,063
2,009
2,011
2,011

2,292
2,281
2,262
2,218

,821
,833
,816
,746

1,024
1,044
1,041
987

797
789
775.
759

737
767
671
702

77
. 70
65
64

93
96
94
97

5,437'
5,397
5,268
5,186

801
800
805
794

25
20
20
20

1.322
1,260

,131

20
55
8
45

5,994
5,918
5,959
5,946

4,268
4,205
4,257
4.237

2,041
2,016
2.009
2,042

2,222
2,189
2,248
2,195

,731
,713
,702
,708

978
962
956
965

753
752
746
743

713
720
708
749

66
72
64
70

96
99
101
111

5,186
5,154
5,104
5,092

785
791
792
794

20
16
16
16

,182
,213
,215
,097

95
108
112
182

Mar 4
Mar. 11
Mar. 18
Mar. 25

5,961
5,945
5,921
5,870

4,285
4,232
4,216
4,171

2,060
2,005
2,034
2.019

2,224
2,227
2,182
2,153

,677
,713
,705
,699

940
960
952
937

737
753
753
762

703
737*
691
672

64
66
62
64

106
108
113
109

5,104
5,126
5,025
4.916

766
781
792
807

16
16
54
54

,147
,132
,126
.038

133
149
62
90

Apr. 1
Apr. 8.
Apr. 15
Apr 22
Apr. 29

5,961
5,882
5,910
5,977
6,067

4,257
4,167
4,189
4,229
4,333

2,014
1,946
1,954
2,024
2,089

2,243
2,222
2,235
2,206
2.244

,704
,714
,720
,748
,734

928
927
930
958
933

776
787
790
789
802

678
697
• 667
713
702

60
65
62
63
64

115
103
115
103
102

5,055
4.946
4,980
5,107
5,204

812
813
816
825
821

54
52
43
36
36

,271
,085
,116
,060
,091

54
80
81
74
47

May 6
May 13
May 20
May 27

6,029
5,958
5,897
5,908

4,281
4,243
4,182
4,201

2,065
2,003
1.996
2,016

2,216
2,240
2.186
2,184

,748
,715
,715
,707

905
911
931
924

842
804
784
783

698
692
679
698

62
63
62
66

102
103
111
107

5,119
5,081
4,998
4,987

826
840
846
846

33
32
24
24

,111
,054
,025
,004

92
41
23
71

June 3
June 10
June 17
June 24

5,980
5,953
5,937
5,950

4,232
4,197
4,191
4,218

2,038
2,018
2,058
2,093

2,193
2.180
2,133
2,124

,748
,756
,746
,732

960
972
953
933

789
784
793
799

690
688
711
666

62
64
61
62

104
106
113
111

5,070
5,029
5,053
5,022

823
817
822
819

24
22
15
15

,082
,078
,085
,094

69
93
82
73

6,099
5,975
5,922
5,900
5,874

4,855
4,234
4,194
4,159
4,132

2,215
2,104
2,051
2,025
2,022

2,140
2,130
2,143
2,134
2,110

,745
,741
,728
,741
,742

934
933
942
942
943

811
808
786
798
799

703
699
700
684
673

63
66
61
62
62

123
112
136
124
111

5,216
5,099
5,090
4,999
5,028

797
787
786
781
777

15
11
9
9
9

,177
,109
,074
,006
,006

97
79
72
73
58

5,935
5,931
5,928
5,924

4,213
4,205
4,202
4,199

2,056
2,047
2,057
2,051

2,157
2,158
2,144
2,148

,722
,726
,726
,725

935
937
937
934

787
789
789
791

707
680
690
698

62
64
60
61

100
101
97
91

5,026
5,011
4,980
4,964

775
783
796
795

9
6
6
6

1.057
1,038
1,000
992 i

128
121
113
135

5,957
5,921
5,957
5,957
6,101

4,257
4,209
4,279
4,295
4,433

2,079
2,019
2,045
2,067
2,192

2,178
2,190
2,234
2,228
2,241

,700
,712
,679
,662
,668

927
924
896
889
887

774
788
783
773
781

692
703
683
715
719

60
65
62
63
64

97
92
103
99
112

5,004
4,950
5,038
4,944
5,111

788
787
789
784
795

6
4
45
45
45

1,024

1,112
1,026
1,137

132
195
58
177
166

„ ..

6,030
6,076
6,074
6,066

4,361
4.392
4,402
4,391

2,113
2,084
2,127
2,130

2,248
2,308
2,275
2,261

,669
,684
,672
,674

890
888
889
891

779
796
783
783

704
687
683
721

66
67
65
62

102
117
107
101

5,017
5,120
5,125
5,167

786
791
792
772

44
42
22
22

1,078
,077
,086
,048

162
155
64
85

4
11
18 _ _ _ _ _
25
„_...

6,163
6,116
6,094
6,081

4,483
4,436
4,437
4,422

2,182
2,139
2,178
2.197

2,301
2,297
2.259
2,226

,679
,681
,657
,658 i

899
893
890
892

781
787
767
766

708
711
714
703

70
67
65
74

121
107

no
102

5,252
5,234
5,209
5,131

766
775
776
796

22
19
13
11

.158
,105
,039
,019

120
76
80
116

6.084
6.095
_ . _ _ - 6,112
„ _ _ „ 6,170
6,286

4,444
4,447
4,440
4,533
4,661

2,195
2,190
2,220
2,331
2,485

2,249
2,257
2,221
2,202
2,176

,641
,649
,672
,638
,625

902
910
952
913
897

739
739
720
724
728

718
725
704
721
784

65
71
79
93
82

107
99
110
96
106

5.166
5,166
5,189
5,189
5,310

788
785
781
797
810

11
10
63
63
£6

,110
,083
.084
,024
,127

111
137
70
149
218

4,286
4,241
4,226
4,236
4,226
4,209
4,215
4,204
4,295
4,387
4,445
4,505

2,023
2.027
2,030
2,005
2,020
2,052
2,083
2,053
2,080
2,114
2,174
2,284

2,263
2,214
2,196
2,230
2,206
2,158
2,131
2,152
2,214
2,273
2,271
2,221

.804
,714
,698
,724
,721
,746
,739
,725
,684
,675
.669
,645

1.024
965
947
935
918
954
939
936
905
889
894
915

780
748
751
789
804
791
800
789
780
785
775
730

719
723
701
691
692
689
692
694
702
699
709
730

69
68
64
63
63
62
63
62
63
65
69
78

95
102
109
107
106
109
121
97
101
107

5,322
5,134
5,043
5,058
5,046
5,044
. 5,086
4,695
5,009
5,107
5,207
5,204

800
791
786
817
839
820
786
787
789
785
778
792

22
17
35
.44
28
19
10
7
29
32
16
41

,225
,177
.111
,124
,049
,085
,075
,022
,057
,073
,080
,086

32
124
109
67
57
79
76
124
146
124
98
137

Date or month

1925
Jan. 7 .
Jan 14
Jan. 21
Jan. 28
Feb. 4L,
Feb 11
Feb. 18
Feb 25

.. — _ _ . -

.July 1
JulyS
July 15,
July 22
July 29,

....„

..

Aug. 5
Aug. 12
Aug. 19
Aug. 26
Sept 2
Sept, 9
Sept. 16
Sept, 23
Sept. 30

Oct
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

Nov.
Nov,
Nov.
Nov.

7
14.
21
28.

Dec. 2
Dec. 9
Dec. 16
Dec. 23 .
Dec. 30

_
„

Monthly averages:
January
February _ „ - _ _ _
March
„.„_.
April
May
_____
July
August
September
October
November
December

......

„__»_
„._




6.090
5,954
5,924
5,959
5,948
5,955
5,954
5,929
5,979
6,062
6,113
6,150

Total

no

104

490

986

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REPORTING MEMBER BANKS
NO. 49-WEEKLY REPORTING MEMBER BANKS IN NEW YORK CITYPRINCIPAL ASSETS AND LIABILITIES, WEEKLY AND MONTHLY, 1919-1941-Continued
[Wednesday figures. In millions of dollars]
Loans

Date or month

Total
loans
and
investments

1926

Total

Investments

On
All
ecurities other

BorrowHeinga
U.S. Interserves Cash Balances Net
U.S.
at
with demand Time Govern- bank
in
Govern- Other with
ment secu- Federal vault [omestic deposits deposits ment deposits Federal
Reserve
deposits
hanks
Total direct rities Reserve
Bank
Bank
obligations

6,258
6,140
6,105
6,088

4,613
4,500
4,465
4,422

2,412
2,298
2.280
2,247

2,201
2,202
2,185
2,175

1,645
1,641
1,640
1,666

910
914
918
921

735
727
722
745

710
731
707
691

75
71
67
66

109
103
99
95

5,308
5,198
5,158
5.120

808
809
802
809

54
50
50
50

1,153
1.109
1,137
1.104

109
104
51
37

._

6,125
6,101
6,056
6,099

4,450
4,412
4,378
4,379

2,271
2.233
2.157
2,142

2,179
2,180
2,221
2,237

1,675
1,689
1,678
1,720

935
938
939
935

740
750
739
785

681
709
722
698

65
79
64
67

101
93
100
93

5,118
5,106
5,034
5,045

809
802
800
802

50
50
50
50

1,110
1.083
1,078
1.063

95
129
145
142

Mar. 3
Mar. 10..
Mar. 17
Mar. 24.. ,
Mar. 31

6,133
6,064
6,095
6,074
6,140

4,404
4,339
4,373
4,424
4,499

2,114
2,012
2,067
2.091
2,151

2,289
2,327
2,306
2,333
2,348

1,730
1,725
1,722
1,650
1,641

941
917
921
866
851

788
808
801
784
790

692
699
717
722
743

65
66
62
63
62

109
89
98
86
103

5,124
5,026
5,123
5,030
5,150

796
804
812
818
835

50
50
67
52
52

1,165
1,089
1,102
1,058
1,167

119
104
58
98
88

Apr,
Apr.
Apr.
Apr.

6,076
6,023
6,015
6.090

4,418
4,317
4,304
4,384

2,106
1,988
1,981
2,039

2,313
2,329
2,323
2,345

1,658
1,707
1,711
1,706

870
894
895
895

788
813
816
811

683
763
668
712

66
65
62
64

105
110
107
112

4,999
5,001
5,011
5,039

836
814
828
834

52
52
43
43

1,079
1,109
1,079
1,078

107
144
16
95

MayS
May 12
May 19.
May26

6,158
6,087
6,089
6,083

4,443
4,353
4,349
4,335

2,065
1,999
2,032
2,039

2,378
2.354
2,318
2,296

1,715
1,734
1,740
1,747

905
920
916
924

809
814
824
824

691
682
689
702

65
65
63
66

101
100
104
99

5.046
5,060
5,043
5,072

836
825
819
819

41
39
34
33

1,109
1,052
1,056
1,070

128
66
79
55

June 2
June 9
June 16
June 23..
June 30

6,174
6,105
6,194
6,078
6,260

4,412
4,327
4,431
4,356
4,521

2,144
2,043
2,059
2,108
2,254

2,267
2,283
2,372
2,248
2,268

1,762
1,778
1,764
1,722
1,738

945
938
936
911
913

817
841
828
811
825

730
699
730
702
709

63
66

eo

63
64

116
98
106
108
110

5,161
5,088
5.120
5,036
5,262

827
817
823
835
847

33
33
33
33
29

1,142
1,045
1,036
1,042
1.193

107
60
22
33
50

6,187
6,105
6,089
6,065

4,452
4,369
4,359
4.349

2,172
2,106
2,127
2,097

2,281
2,263
2,232
2,251

1,735
1,736
1,730
1,716

910
904
921
913

825
832
808
803

731
696
682
690

69
67
63
63

104
112
103
100

5,072
5,018
5,001
4,959

845
851
853
855

27
25
25
25

1.097
1.083
1,070
1,017

184
104
82
99

Aug. 4.
Aug. 11
Aug. 18.
Aug. 25

6,141
6,076
6,039
6,072

4,420
4,377
4,344
4,380

2,159
2,118
2,083
2,106

2,261
2,259
2,261
2,274

1,721
1,699
1,695
1,691

911
912
907
905

810
787
788
786

681
697
684
655

62
63
62
62

101
91
87
88

4,997
4,937
4,911
4,936

859
877
863
862

25
22
20
15

1,107
1,046
1,015
993

115
138
100
92

Sept. 1.
Sept. 8
Sept. 15
Sept. 22
Sept. 29.

6,128
6,107
6.117
6,053
6,168

4,452
4,425
4,462
4,415
4,521

2,147
2,103
2,108
2,061
2.122

2,305
2,322
2.354
2,354
2,399

1,676
1,682
1,655
1,638
1,647

896
898
894
890
884

780
784
760
748
762

706
685
770
699
699

61
65
64
63
65

94
98
109
103
109

5,012
4,980
5,106
4,951
5,077

866
850
834
824
824

15
15
63
63
63

1,122
1,053
1,096
1,009
1.029

122
145
104
137
134

Oct. 6__ . .
Oct. 13.
Oct. 20
Oct. 27

6,120
6,058
6,022
6,005

4,493
4,450
4,416
4,394

2,059
2,031
1,943
1,936

2,434
2,419
2,473
2.458

1,627 1
1,608
1,606
1,611

876
865
869
868

751
742
737
743

647
668
665
669

66
71
63
€5

107
123
112
101

5,006
4,988
4,979
4,942

833
831
827
843

63
59
43
37

1,087
1.093
1,070
1,018

91
140
45
61

Nov. 3
Nov. 10
Nov. 17,____, .
Nov. 24. „

6,089
5,998
6,013
6,069

4,466
4,397
4,398
4,448

1,969
1,905
1,865
1,912

2 ,497
2,492
2,533
2,537

1,623
1,600
1,614
1,621

878
859
861
872

745
741
753
750

653
676
691
672

66
63
60
70

112
103
99
97

4,981
4,980
4,962
4,963

860
872
877
881

37
31
22
20

1,147
1,042
1.033
987

94
52
45
94

Dec. 1
Dec. 8
Dec. 15.. ,
Dec. 22
Dec. 29

6,143
6,121
6,103
6,175
6,311

4,504
4,469
4,473
4,548
4,665

1,961
1,928
1,970
2,066
2,169

2,543
2,542
2,503
2,482
2,496

1,639
1,652
1,630
1,627
1,646

881
885
859
857
860

759
767
771
770
786

725
714
768
703
716

61
68
72
85
71

105
90
99
93
96

5,085
4,974
5,148
5,060
5,203

900
908
905
900
897

20
20
45
45
45

1,066
1,023
1.1S8
1,032
1,082

96
118
50
117
118

Monthly averages:
January .
February
March
April
May.. ,
June
July
August
September
October
November.
December

6,148
6,095
6,101
6,051
6,104
6,162
6,111
6,082
6,115
6.051
6,042
6,171

4,500
4,405
4,408
4,356
4,370
4,409
4,382
4,380
4,455
4,438
4,427
4,532

2,309
2,201
2,087
2,028
2,034
2,122
2,126
2,117
2,108
1,992
1,913
2,019

2,191
2,204
2.321
2,327
2,336
2,288
2,257
2,264
2,347
2,446
2,515
2,513

1,648
1,690
1,693
1,695
1,734
1,753
1,729 |
1,702
1,660
1,613
1,615
1,639

916
937
899
889
916
929
912
909
893
870
868
868

732
754
794
807
818
824
817
793
767
743
747
770

710
702
715
706
691
714
700
679
712
662
673
725

70
69
64
64
65
63
66
62
64
66
65
71

101
97
97
108
101
108
105
92
102
111
103
97

6,196
5,076
5,091
5,013
5,055
5,134
5,012
4,945
5,025
4,979
4,959
5,094

807
803
813
828
825
830
851
865
840
834
872
902

51
50
54
47
37
32
26
20
44
50
27
35

1,126
1,084
1,116
1.086
1,072
1,098
1,067
1,040
1,062
1,067
1,052
1,078

75
128
94
90
82
55
117
111
128
84
71
100

Jan. 6__
Jan. 13
Jan. 20
Jan. 27

Feb. 3
Feb. 10.
Feb. 17,.
Feb. 24

7
_- ...
14,.. .
21
28..

July 7..
July 14
July 21...
July 28

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172

NO. 49-WEEKLY REPORTING MEMBER BANKS IN NEW YORK CITYPRINCIPAL ASSETS AND LIABILITIES, WEEKLY AND MONTHLY, 1t1l-1M1-1MiMti
[Wednesday figures. In millions of dollars]
Investments

Loans

Total

On
securities

All
other

ReBorrowU.S.
serves Cash Balances Net
U.S.
Interiaga
Govern- Other with
in
with demand Time aovern- bank
at
ment
secu- Federal vault domestic deposits deposits ment deposits Federal
Total direct rities Reserve
banks
deposits
Reserve
Bank
obligaBank
tions

6,359
6,256
6,117
6,090

4,714
4,586
4,472
4,434

2,307
2,189
2,102
2,073

2,407
2,397
2,370
2,361

1,644
1,671
1,645
1,656

854
843
844
852

790
828
801
804

776
723
712
659

67
64
59
59

2,. . ... ...
9
16.
-. „.
23. ...........

6,143
6,048
6,031
6,045

4,481
4,391
4,377
4,379

2,113
2,015
2,026
2,036

2,368
2,376
2,352
2,344

1,662
1,657
1,653
1,665

854
855
856
862

807
802
798
804

667
686
716
659

57
60
56
61

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

2... .......„_
9
16 .... ....
23
30
... ....

6,170
6,136
6,309
6,300
6,287

4,493
4,458
4,509
4,542
4,540

2,096
2,061
2,095
2,087
2,146

2,396
2,397
2,413
2,454
2,394

1,677
1,677
1,800
1,758
1,747

864
872
988
917
904

813
805
812
841
843

672
681
690
751
755

Apr
Apr.
Apr.
Apr

6
13
20
27

. _ „ ...

6,346
6,272
6,302
6,334

4,597
4,526
4,543
4,556

2,189
2,114
2,147
2,176

2,408 . 1,750
2,413 1,746
2,396 1,759
2,381 1,777

914
914
915
946

836
831
844
831

..

6,433
6,406
6,435
6,420

4,646
4,599
4,607
4,594

2,244
2,176
2,203
2,178

2,402
2,423
2.404
2,415

1,787
1,807
1,827
1,826

957
979
972
964

June !_„
...
June 8
June 15
_
June 22
June 29 . ....

6,578
6,528
6,638
6.546
6.593

4,789
4,695
4,718
4,737
4,797

2,356
2,274
2,305
2,323
2,371

2,433
2,421
2,413
2,415
2,426

1,789
1,832
1,920
1,809
1,795

July 6
July 13.
July 20 ...
July 27.

6,628
6,451
6,409
6,434

4,821
4,649
4,646
4,667

2,382
2,439
2,249
2,400
2,228 . 2,418
2,267
2,400

Aug. 3Aug 10
Aug. 17....... . .
Aug. 24
Aug. 3k......

6,489
6,460
6,425
6,383
6,506

4,733
4,714
4,695
4,664
4,783

2,314
2,280
2,260
2,228
2,295

Sept. 7
Sept. 14 ....
Sept. 21
Sept, 28

...

6,505
6,572
6,604
6,618

4,801
4,873
4,899
4,927

Oct 5
Oct. 12. .. . , .
Oct. 19..
, ....
Oct. 26........ ....

6,708
6,625
6.622
6,613

Nov
Nov
Nov
,Nov
Nov

Date or month

Total
loans
and
investments

1927
Jan, 5 .
Jan, 12,
.._.„._
Jan. 19
Jan, 26.
._„„__
Feb.
Feb
Feb.
Feb.

May 4
May 11
May 18
May 25

Dec.
Dec
Dec.
Pee.

..

2. .......
9.
16............
23....... ....
30 _ .

7.
14
21...
28

Monthly averages:
Januarv
February ... .
March
April
May
..
June. - .
July.,
August
September..
October
November.....,,.,
December.., , ..




n

99
94

5,275
5,191
5,067
4,976

922
923
912
914

43
34
34
34

1,053
1,004
942
911

130
89
56
28

97
89
100
88

5,032
4,930
4.920
4,858

926
927
935
931

34
29
29
29

970
917
978
976

45
70
71
54

56
58
54
56
59

101
90
116
98
96

5,019
4.982
5,129
5,102
5.109

915
920
940
928
943

29
26
100
90
87

997
992
1,023
954
976

74
82
20
106
84

643
725
675
708

57
58
55
59

96
110
110

no

5,060
5,036
5,062
5,107

936
960
954
950

81
75
51
48

986
923
948
961

72
107
58
77

830
828
855
862

741
708
730
702

58
59
56
58

111
102
104
90

5,172
5,154
5,197
5,193

951
950
968
957

45
37
28
26

998
934
945
911

126
104
78
53

921
961
1,018
917
898

869
871
901
892
897

758
761
815
745
800

56
59
55
56
59

106
93
98
01
86

5,415
5,292
5,535
5,288
.5,419

971
1,040
1,010
1,018
1.011

21
13
29
27
18

1,021
910
1.082
924
967

84
52
25
50
47

1,807
1,803
1,763
1,767

896
896
892
887

911
907
871
880

716
736
741
721

61
59
55
57

110
90
85
84

5,348
5,255
5.230
5.225

1,006
975
988
1,000

15
12
11
11

1,041
982
960
901

85
77
38
37

2,419
2,434
2,435
2,436
2,488

1.756
1,746
1,731
1,719
1,723

883
883
887
890
890

874
863
844
829
833

753
752
682
726
708

56
57
54
55
55

87
83
91
79
86

5,261
5,246
5,175
5.122
5,263

1,013
1,018
1,013
1,007
1,002

10
6
4
4
4

§68
956
969
029
995

79
82
68
87
55

2,270
2,330
2,306
2,348

2,531
2,543
2,593
2,578

1,704
1,699
1.704
1,691

879
879
895
896

825
820
810
795

727
714
716
748

59
60
57
57

84
87
109
101

5,209
5,325
5,177
5,185

1.003
1,002
999
1,011

1
1
127
127

975
983
982
072

132
59
74
96

5,035
4,947
4,944
4,937

2,448
2,352
2,338
2,342

2,587
2,596
2,607
2,595

1,673
1,678
1,678
1,676

882
884
887
892

791
794
790
784

715
694
751
752

60
60
57
60

115
118
107
103

5,269
5,203
5,286
5.261

1,008
1,019
1,011
1.020

124
124
92
71

1,059
965
1,021
979

124
71
47
56

6,649
6,706
6,809
6,793
6,916

4,967
5,009
5,061
5,023
5.131

2,386
2,409
2,491
2,463
2,574

2,581
2,601
2,570
2,560
2,558

1,682
1,696
1,747
1,770
1,785

892
900
943
970
971

790
796
804
800
814

737
780
792
777
755

58
65
58
67
60

112
103
106
97
102

5,286
5,336
5,462
5,452
5,614

1,035
1,050
1,057
1,069
1,065

65
44
75
26
3

1,109
1,053
1,106
1,037
1.218

28
107
65
68
97

6,857
6,836
6,939
6,994

5,063
5.042
5,141
5,209

2,518
2,538
2,642
2,724

2,546
2,504
2.499
2,485

1.793
1,794
1,798
1,784

982
992
994
974

811
802
803
810

756
757
111
786

63
74
85
71

97
97
106

no

5,563
5,596
5,578
5,544

1,027
1,022
1,042
1.046

1
1
57
57

1,053
1,055
1.046
1.030

no

203

6,205
6,067
6,240
6,313
6,423
6,576
6,481
6,453
6,575
6,642
6,775
6,906

4,552
4,407
4,508
4,556
4,612
4,747
4,696
4,718
4,875
4,966
5.039
5,114

2,168
2,047
2,097
2,156
2,201
2,326
2,281
2,275
2,313
2,370
2,465
2,605

2,384
2,360
2,411
2,399
2,411
2,422
2,414
2.442
2,562
2,596
2,574
2,509

1,654
1,659
1,732
,758
,812
,829
,785
,735
1,700
1,676
1,736
1,792

848
857
909
922
968
943
893
88?
887
886
935
986

806
S03
823
835
844
886
892
848
813
790
801
807

717
682
710
688
720
776
728
724
726
728
768
769

62
59
56
57
58
57
58
55
58
59
62
73

100
93
100
107
102
95
92
85
95
111
104
103

5,127
4,935
5,068
5,066
5,179
5,390
5,265
5,213
5,224
5.255
5,430
5,570

918
929
929
950
956
1,010
992
,010
,004
,015
,055
,034

36
30
66
64
34
22
12
6
64
103
43
29

978
960
988
954
947
981
971
964
978
1,006
1,105
1,046

76
60
73
78
90
51
59
74
90
75
73
127

109

"

-

85
79

REPORTING MEMBER BANKS

173

NO. 49-WEEKLY REPORTING MEMBER BANKS IN NEW YORK CITYPRINCIPAL ASSETS AND LIABILITIES, WEEKLY AND MONTHLY, 1919-1941-Continued
[Wednesday figures. In millions of dollars]
Investments

Loans

Total
loans
and ;
investments

Date or month

Jan. 4
Jan 11
Jan. 18.
Jan 25

1928

!

On
Total • securities

All
other

ReBorrowings
serves Cash Balances Net
U.S.
U.S. InterGovern- Other
with
at
in
with demand Time Govern bank
ment secu- Federal vault domestic deposits deposits ment deposits Federal
Reserve
deposits
banks
Total direct rities Reserve
Bank
obligaBank
tions

7,199
7,048
6,947
6,967

Feb. 1
Feb. 8 .
Feb. 15
Feb. 21
Feb. 29

_„__,

__

5,403
5,175
5,081
5,061

2,915
2,685
2,609
2,632

2,489 ,1,795
2,489 1,874
2,472 1,867
2,429 1,906

979
1,048
1,060
1,104

816
826 ;
807
802

823
797
783
723

66
60
53
52

134
106
111
99

5,822
5,636
5,577
5,497

1,103
1,095
1,097
1,102

49
37
27
24

1,238
1,148
1.080
1,081

6,988 '•
6,869
6,838
6,756
6,905

5,092
4,985
4,959
4,895
4,984

2,691
2,537
2,498
2,428
2,481

2,401
2,448
2,461
2,467
2,503

1,896
1.884
1,878
1,860
1,921

1,098
1,097
1,087
1,085
1,079

798
787
791
776
842

778
768
751
728
746

48
52
53
56
51

111
97
107
108
102

5,607
5,436
5,422
5,328
5,563

1,097
1,110
1,095
1,083
1,081

23
13
11
11
11

1,202
1,039
U077
1,008
1,162

123
117
51
84
L

75
94
123
65
42

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

7
14. . .
21
28

6,836
6,954
6,880
7,001

4,921
5,032
4,981
5,121

2,402
2,475
2,395
2,524

2,519
2,557
2,585
2,597

1,915
1,922
1,900
1,880

"l,086
1,088
1,085
1,067

829
835
814
813

747
730
717
757

52
52
50
50

99
100
121
120

5,482
5,577
5,359
5,451

1,062
1,060
1,084
1,114

8
3
85
85

1.098
1,128
1,054
1.074

80
67
44
108

Apr.
Apr.
Apr.
Apr.

4
11
18
25 .

7,235
7,108
7,120
7,145

5,374
5,262
5,270
5,305

2,733
2,607
2,643
2,716

2,641
2,655
2,626
2,589

1,860
1,846
1,850
1,840

1,060
1,056
1,059
1,048

800
789
791
792

767
801
758
781

51
52
49
51

124
119
131
117

5,636
'5,609
5,626
5,559

1,116
1,109
1,117
1,138

81
70
50
35

1,151
1,044
1,025
992

102
155
91
172

7,319
7,277
7,301
7,249
7,265

5,470
5,402
5,425
5,363
5,380

2,851
2,782
2,812
2 ,,726
2,763

2,619
2,619
2,612
2,637
2,617

1,849
1,876
1,876
1,886
1,885

1,064
1,082
1,080
1,077
1,075

785
794
797
809
811

797
779
756
759
743

49
52
49
52
54

124
114
112
112
111

5,695
5,575
5,573
5,494
5,495

1,165
1,185
1,196
1,210
1,210

32
21
15
10
10

1,107
1,013
1,024
076
981

180
229
233
230
237

7,215
7,189
7,154
7,105

5,329
5,289
5,209
5,166

2,707
2,638
2,571
2,537

2,622
2,651
2,637
2,630

1,886
1,900
1,945
1,939

1,077
1,088
1 , 131
1,116

808
812
814
823

761
748
736
752

52
53
51
54

101
104
111
100

5,489
5,458
5,300
5,271

1,200
1,199
1,217
1,225

61
58

940
930
929
931

263
297
269
256

July3
July 11
July 18.__
July 26

7,411
7,194
7,050
7,025

5,494
5,271
5,161
5,154

2,788
2,666
2,533
2,516

2,706
2,605
2,627
2,638

1.917
1,923
1,889
1,870

,115
,120
,099
,086

801
804
791
784

752
745
713
709

57
56
53
52

122
97
93
94

5,513
5,256
5,181
5,143

1,185
1,191
1,162
1,158

47
35
27
21

1,087
932
880
927

316
342
213
223

Aug. 1
Aug. 8 .
Aug. 15
Aug. 22
Aug. 29

7,136
6,992
6,887
6,883
6,914

5,284
5,226
5,129
5,134
5,157

2,646
2,548
2,471
2,470
2,454

2,638
2,679
2,658
2,663
2,703

1,852
1,766
1,758
1,749
1,758

,081
,001
995
996
,002

771
765
764
753
756

759
689
695
692
691

50
52
51
52
52

103
86
85
86
78

5,252
5,022
5,013
4,986
5,033

1,159
1,156
1,172
1,158
1.162

50
35
32
25
20

1,019
880
884
852
872

255
244
188
229
198

Sept. 5. .
Sept. 12
Sept. 19
Sept. 26 .

7,038
6,991
7,063
6,995

5,266
5,203
5,247
5,169

2,576
2,520
2,577
2,502

2,690
2,684
2,669
2,668

1,772
1,788
1,816
1,825

,025
,042
,071
,072

747
746
745
754

686
729
743
705

53
54
52
53

86
103
112
107

5,110
5,129
5,078
5,050

1,172
1,165
1,180
1,185

16
11
56
45

935
935
932
935

260
270
305
229

7,039
6,966
7,010
6,999
7,050

5,259
5,198
5,186
5,185
5,220

2,572
2,501
2,551
2,567
2,606

2,686
2,697
2,635
2,618
2,614

1,780
1,768
1,824
1,814
1,830

,069
,069
.115
,107
,101

711
698
710
707
730

719
697
723
701
759

52
62
51
53
53

98
88
108
103
103

5,123
5,105
5,122
5,138
5,273

1,184
1,193
1.219
1,219
1,217

27
17
58
43
41

982
913
1,043
954
1,069

256
236
201
157
160

May 2
May 9
May 16.
May 23
May 29

June 6
June 13
June 20_
June 27 ,

__
.
., . _
'

_.

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

3
10_
17
24.
31

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

7
14
21
28

7,059
6,946
7,050
7,167

5,256
5,144
5,267
5,354

2,674
2,571
2,716
2,813

2,582
2,573
2,550
2,541

1,802
1,802
1,784
1,814

,099
,084
.075
,083

703
718
709
731

712
707
722
745

61
56
53
64

98
111
115
106

5,210
5,198
5,294
5,355

1,206
1,215
1,205
1,205

28
22
22
17

987
986
975
977

203
108
92
224

Dec.
Dec.
Dec.
Dec.

5.. .
12
19
26

7,226
7,057
7,108
7,216

5,410
5,252
5,296
5,399

2,852
2,685
2,671
2,780

2,558
2,566
2,625
2,619

1,815
1,805
1,812
1,817

,087
,085
1,096
1,097

729
720
716
720

726
779
742
761

56
63
74
76

103
101
124
111

5,395
5,294
5,247
5,283

1,197
1,192
1,196
1,207'

6
1
68
53

976
957
946
945

244
220
139
281

7,040
6,871
6,918
7,152
7,282
7,166
7,170
6,962
7,022
7,013
7,056
7,152

5,180
4,983
5,014
5,303
5,408
5,248
5,270
5,186
5,221
5,209
5,255
5,339

2,710
2,527
2,449
2,675
2,787
2,613
2,626
2,518
2,544
2,559
2,694
2,747

2,470
2,456
2,565
2,628
2,621
2,635
2,644
2,668
2,678
2,650
2,562
2,592

1.860
1,888
1,904
1,849
1,874
1,918
1,900
1,777
1,801
1,803
1,800
1,812

1,048
1,089
1,081
1,056
1,075
1,103
1,105
1,015
1,053
1,092
1,085
1,091

813
799
823
793
799
814
795
762
748
711
715
721

781
754
738
777
767
749
730
705
716
720
721
752

58
52
51
51
51
53
55
52
53
54
58
67

112
105
110
123
115
104
102
88
102
100
108
110

5,633
5,471
5,467
5,607
5,566
5,379
5,273
5,061
5,092
5,152
5,264
5 305

1,099
1,093
1,080
1,120
1,193
1,210
,174
,161
,175
,206
,208
,198

34
14
44
59
18
30
32
32
32
37
22
32

1,137
1.098
1,089
1,053
1,020
933
957
901
934
992
981
956

94
78
75
145
222
271
274
223
266
202
157
221

__

Monthly averages:
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August.,
September
October
November
December




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BANKING AND MONETARY STATISTICS
NO. 4i-WEEKLY REPORTING MEMBER BANKS IN NEW YORK CITYPRINCIPAL ASSETS AND LIABILITIES, WEEKLY AND MONTHLY, U1M941-Con!inued
[Wednesday figures. In millions of dollars]
Loans

Total
loans
and
investments

Date or month

i

Investments

BorRerowBal- ! Net
U.S.
serves j
ings
U S.
with Cash ances | de- Time Gov- Inter- at
FedGovern- bank Fedwith i' -fjflnfj dein
ern- Other eral vault doAll
To brokers
de- posits ment doeral
To other Total ment secu- Reand dealers
mestic posits
de- poaiu Redirect rities serve
others
banks
posit.
serve
I
obUgaBank
OutBank
In
side
( tions
N.Y, N.Y.
i
City City

On securities

Total

Total

1929
Jan. 2
Jan. 9
,
Jan. 16 . . ..,
Jan 23
Jan. 30 . .,

7,670
7,255
7,161
7,075
7,148 j

5,838
5,404
5,251
5,162
5,234

3,259
2,579
2,889
2,515
2,837 1^054" ""36" l"753" 2,414
2,742
989
21 1,732 2,420
2,795 1,046
45 1,704 2,439

1,832
1,851
1,910
1,913
1,915

1,100 j
1.123
1,145
1,146
1,139

731
728
705
767
775

844
756
756
727
767

65
59
54
54
56 !

144
119
111
103
97

5,682
5,407
5,391
5,280
5,334

1,230
1,202
1,182
1,178
1,200

45
30 jl!oi7
24
23
970
23
889

309
202
141
81
128

Feb. 6
Feb 13
Feb. 20
Feb 27

7,227
7,187
7,109
7,239

5,321
5.304
5,229
5,309

2,857 1,078
2,817 1,060
988
2,743
2,863 1,060

38
38
35
31

1,741
1,719
1,720
1,772

2,464
2,487
2,486
2,506

1,905
1,883
1,880
1.870

1,140
1,128
1.127
1.116

765
755
753
754

751
740
722
761

54
61
61
56

102
95
05
93

5,357
5,294
5,212
5,349

1,201
1,182
1,173
1,177

14
12
12
10

970
943
948
935

114
174
103
134

7,270
7,209
7,340
. ,— _ 7,366

5,416
5,348
5,449
5,484

2,859 1,083
970
2,749
2,833 1,057
2,852 1,037

34
34
34
34

1,742
1,745
1,742
1.781

2,557
2.599
2,616
2,632

1,854 1,110
1,860 1,089
1,892 1,122
1,881 SI. 109

745
772
770
772

726
731
744
744

53
56
53
55

97
86
124
133

5,285
5,261
5,290
5,251

1,167
1.166
1,160
1,187

2
2
129
129

951
380
398
927

196
130
126
204

7,405
7,276
7,252
7,253

5,521
5,421
5,398
5,410

2,819
2,708
2,682
2,707

983
875
840
883

38
40
37
41

1,798
1,793
1,805
1,783

2,702
2,713
2,716
2,702

1,884 11,106
1,854 1,085
1,854 '1,089
1,844 1,079

778
769
766
765

729
716
709
704

55
54
50
54

123
118
98
93

5,326
5,202
5.205
5.160

1,187
1,162
1.147
1.153

122
.09
60
62

924
873
903
705

135
158
170
177

May 1
May8
May 15
May 22
May 29

7,332
7,165
7,194
7,120
7,100

5,476
5,314
5,337
5,294
5,299

2.777
2,647
2.641
2,614
2,585

941
824
824
792
734

38
40
36
35
39

1,798
1,783
1.781
1,787
1,812

2,699
2,667
2,696
2,680
2,714

1,856 1,074
1,852 !l,075
1,857 ! 1,062
1,825 S il,038
1.801 j 1,018

782
777
795
788
783

745
724
726
701
703

52
55
54
55
62 i

108
79
100
92
92

5,334 ,149
,157
5,146
5.167 ,181
5,070 1,169
.154
5.124

60
46
44
42
42

806
S24
772
760

157
189
166
111
103

June 5
June 12
June 19
June 26

7,236
7,200
7,277
7,410

5,409
5,390
5,465
6,610

2,678
2,663
2,749
2,908

797
777
839
994

40
44
44
44

1,811
1,842
1,866
1,870

2,731
2,727
2,716
2,702

1,827
1,810
1,812
1,800

1,049
1,056
1,063
1,054

778
754
749
747

728
721
720
749

57

S
54

08
100
117
123

5,208
5.207
5,145
5.238

,152
.122
,146
,162

24
19
72
72

813
754
800
818

123
136
170
228

July 3
July 10
July 17
July 24
July 31

7,525
7,461
7,417
7,502
„_.„ 7,575

5,843
5,781
5,729
5,815
5,850

3,117
3,040
2,970
3,017
3,082

1,213
1.154
1.089
1,149
1,181

42
47
47
44
44

1,862
1,839
1,834
1,824
1,877

2,726
2,742
2,758
2,797
2,768

1,682
1,679
1,687
1,687
1.726

939
940
949
946
973

742
739
738
741
753

753
740
727
737
743

S
S
52

134
107
103
102
97

5,341
5,254
5,192
5,203
5.357

,071
1,066
1,090
1.105
1.150

989
48
38
894
869
38
22
900
22 1,023

341
341
325
305
282

7,512
7,381
..-.. 7,354
7,383

5,775
5,653
5,637
5,686

2,961 1,045
2,822
924
2,775
883
2,819
956

43
41
42
36

1.873
1,737
1.857 2^830 1,728 i
1,850 2,862 1,717
1,827 2,867 1,697

958
962
955
946

779
766
762
751

703
703
700
702

53
56
52
51

96
87
83
84

5,217 1.141
5,172 ! 1,142
5,120 1 1,140
5,106 1,189

12
11
11
9

843
836
810
820

295
191
144
153

7,546
7,467
7,542
7,474

5,853
6,770
5,814
5,777

2,944 1,061
2,846
976
2,894 ; 1,004
2,883
981

42
41
42
43

1,841
1,829
1,848
1,859

2,908
2,924
2,920
2,894

750
752
779
769

717
734
750
741

52
54
50
52

85
92
115
118

5,230
5,204
5,193
5,130

1.206
1.209
1,223
1,240

3
65
65

885
891
885
887

217
159
142
147

. „ 7,563
7,464
7,526
7,619
9,010

5,876
5,756
5,817
5,899
7,191

2,947
2,836
2,964
3,005
4,205

1,025
930
1,052
1,033
2,021

46
43
42
44
48

1,876
1,863
1,870
1,928
, 2,136

2,929
2,921
2,853
2,894
2,986

1,687
1,708
1,709
1,721
1,819 .

766
775
769
773
829

764
727
757
739
982

52
56
51
54
76

126
111
134
123
120

5,279
5.106
5,270
5,298
6,851

1,256
1,255
1,265
' 1,257
1,257

65
965
60
883
46 ,001
37
877
36 1.389

63
46
49
41
170

-_ 8,658
8,338
. . 8,215
8,187

6,733
6,403
6,215
6,169

3,751 1,472
3,427 1,104
807
3,105
785
3,077

48
53
45
45

2,231
2,270
2,253
2,247

2,982
2,977
3.110
3,092

1,925
1,934
1,999
2,018

1,064
1,077
1,129
1,163

861
908
857 . 963
870 , 903
781 ,
855

83
77
70
71

124
145
115
94

6,588
6,369
6,183
5,970

1,236
1,242
1,237
1,275

1,273
1,133
1,089
1,034

135
40
33
33

48
43
51
51
50

2,281
2,217
2.190
2,200
2,231

2,974
2,944
2,905
2,861
2,859

1,989
1,943
2,002
1,986

1,127
1,105
1,112
1,089
1,073

862
838
890
897
911

785
808
797
736
779

65
72
80
76
61

104
88
95
84
118

5,783
5,773
5,715
5,662
6,028

1,246
1,212
1,210
1,195
1,235

10 1,012
8
910
911
25
19
904
17 1,163

34
66
88
107
106

770
743
736
713
720
730
740 '
702
738
791
889
777

58
58
54
53
56
54
56
53
52
58
76
71

115 5,419 1,199
96 5,303 1 1,184
110 5,272 1.170
108 5,223 L.162
94 5,168 1,162
110 5,200 1,145
109 5,269 ', L.0%
88 5,154 1,155
102 , 5,189 j 1,220
123 5,561 1,258
120 6,278 1,248
98 5,792 S 1,219

29 1,012
12
949
916
65
91
874
47
817
47
796
33
11
827
33
887
49 1,023
19 1,132
16
980 i

190
131
166
162
145
165
319
196
166
74
60
80

Mar. 6
Mar. 13...
Mar 20
Mar. 27
Apr.
Apr
Apr.
Apr

Au«
Aug
Aug.
Aug.

3
10
17 .
24

7
14
21
28

Sept. 4
Sept 11
Sept. 18 ..
Sept. 25

Oct. 2
Oct. 9
Oct. 16
Oct. 23. .
Oct. 30
Nov. 6
Nov. 13
Nov. 20
Nov. 27

Doc. 4 .
Dec. 11
Dec. 18__J. _ . „ . _ _ _ , _
Dec. 24
Dec. 31

8,035
7,909
7,929
7,892
8,240

744
6,047 3,073
5,967 3,023
763
781
5,927 ' 3,022
794
5,906 ! 3,045
6,257- 1 3,398 1,117

Monthly averages:
January....
February, _ _
,.
March
„
April
May
_•_„
June „„
__'
July
August
September. _ _ _ _ _ _
October
November
December....,.,,.'

7,262
7,190
7,296
7,297
7,182
7,281
7,496
7,407
7,507
7,837
8,349
8,001

5,378
5,306
5,424
5,437
5,344
5,468
5,804
5,688
5,803
6,108
6,380
6,021




2,904
2,820
2,823
2,729
2,653
,' 2,749
3,045
2,845
2,892
3,191
3,340
3,112

,'036
895
823
852
1,153
952
1,006
1,212
1,042
840

"Is"
34
39
38
43
45
41
42
45
48
49

I'm'

1,753
1,795
1,792
1,854
1,847
1,852
1,844
1,934
2.250
2,223

1,693
, 1,697
1,729
1,697

1,983 :

943
945
950
927

;

921
932
940 ,
947
990

2,473 1,884 1.131
2,486 i 1,885 1,128
2,601 ! 1,872 1,107
2,708 1,859 1,090
2,691 1,838 1 1,053
2,719 1,812 1.055
i 2,758 1,692 1 950
t 2,843 1,720 t 955
941
! 2,911 , 1,704
946
J 2,916 j 1,729
! 3,040 1 1,969 1,108
> 2,909 • 1,981 1,101

753
757
765
769
i 785
! 757
743 .
> 764 i
763
783
861
! 879

;

24
22
16
14
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REPORTING MEMBER BANKS

175

NO. 49-WEEKLY REPORTING MEMBER BANKS IN NEW YORK CITYPRINCIPAL ASSETS AND LIABILITIES, WEEKLY AND MONTHLY, 191M941-Continued
[Wednesday figures. In millions of dollars]
Loans

Investments

On securities
Total
loans
and
investments

Date or month

Jan, 8
Jan, 15
Jan. 22
Jan. 29

1930

Feb. 5
Feb. 12
Feb. 19
Feb. 26 „_

Total

Total

To brokers
and dealers

OutIn
side
N.Y. N.Y.
City City

All
To other
others

BorRerowserves
ings
BalU.S.
Net
with Cash ances
U.S.
Time Gov- Inter- at
deFedern- bank Fedin
Govdewith mand
ern- Other eral vault do-.
eral
dede- posits ment
de- posits Remestic posits
Total ment secu- Reserve
direct rities serve
posits
banks
Bank
obligaBank
tions

7,813
7,675
7.699
7,567

5,838
5,705
5,638
5,641

3,049
2,970
2,895
2,866

832
803
767
773

54
50
47
50

2,163
2,117
2,081
2.043

2,789
2,735
2,742
2,775

1,976
1,971
1,961
1,927

1,083
1,110
1,114
1,093

892
860
847
834

744
764
746
729

59
51
51
51

83
84
78
75

5,479
5,454
5.311
5,225

1,267
1,275
1,294
1,275

9
8
7
7

986
987
866
885

76
15
44
20

7,551
7,525
7,484
„ 7,412

5,648
5,611
5,578
5,499

2,921
2,912
2.913
2,890

882
877
913
906

46
47
49
47

1,993
1,988
1,951
1,937

2,727
2,700
2,665
2,609

1,903
1.914
1,905
1.914

1,096
1.110
1,114
1,108

806
803
792
805

747
742
743
782

49
49
50
49

77
76
78
74

5,300
5,218
5.199
5,226

1,241
1,223
1,225
1,230

4
2
1
1

950
911
844
904

11
37
37
1

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

5
12 „
19
26. .

7,499
7,595
7,747
7,756

5,582
5,700
5,787
5,810

957
2,953
3,065 .096
3,160 ,213
3,280 1,367

49
50
53
57

1,947
1,919
1,894
1,856

2,629
2,635
2,627
2,530

1,917
1,895
1,960
1,946

1.102
1,097
1,146
1,120

815
798
814
826

723
755
713
751

48
48
46
47

77
82
112
107

5,186
5,276
5,278
5,320

1,246
1,295
1,304
1,351

043
897
982

2
1

99
85

Apr.
Apr.
Apr.
Apr.
Apr.

2
9_
16.. „
23
30.—

7,850
7,724
7,738
7.885
7,947

5,894
5,780
5,785
5,912
5,969

3,393
3,284
3,316
3,409
3,511

,488
1,410
1,444
1,518
1.642

59
60
58
49
53

1,846
1,814
1,814.
1,842
1,816

2,501
2,496
2,468
2,503
2,458

1,956
1,944
1,953
1,973
1,977

1,118
1,102
1,114
1.120
1,112

838
842
840
853
866

758
752
758
745
782

46
47
45
47
47

122
105
102
125
147

5.426
5,300
5,366
5,485
5,625

1,368
1,368
1,344
1,334
1,344

77 1,039
975
61
975
50
891
38
33 1,030

16
31
16
10
12

7.840
7,832
7,831
7,903

5,870
5,865
5,848
5,928

3,409
3.407
3.456
3,565

1,560
1,564
1,598
1,714

51
54
57
63

1,798
1,789
1,801
1,788

2,461
2,458
2,391
2,363

1,971
1,967
1,984
1,975

1,099
1,091
1,097
1,078

872
876
886
897

741
760
765
780

47
49
46
57

141
112
106
96

5,384
5,444
5,417
5,508

1.370
1,372
1,370
1,388

18
18
18
18

949
942
908
927

28

June 4
June 11
June 18
June 25

8,134
7,795
8,131
8,229

6,122
5,986
6,130
6,158

3,753
3,630
3,726
3,696

1,845
1,732
1,781
1.698

66
67
69
66

1,842
1,831
1,876
1.932

2,369
2,356
2,404
2,462

2,012 1,066
1>989 1,049
2,001 1,074
2,072 1,113

946
939
927
958

784
793
784
789

46
49
47
48

101
109
118
113

5,641
5,574
5,602
5,661

1,377
1,399
1,457
1,459

10 1,027
952
7
71 1,010
71 1,047

22

July 2
July 9 .
July 16
July 23
July 30

8,123
7,979
8,014
8,070
8,202

6.058
5,916
5,944
5,952
6,050

3,652
3,498
3,518
3,537
3,586

1,646
1,494
1,525
1.552
1.603

64
69
71
67
66

1,942
1,935
1,922
1,918
1,917

2.406
2,418
2,426
2,415
2,464

2,065
2,063
2,070
2,119
2,152

969
1,095
975
1,088
974
1,096
1,110 1,008
1,122 1,029

796
766
812
825
826

56
48
45
45
47

142
110
96
90
93

5,659
5,480
5,556
5.610
5,708

1,438
1,435
1,451
1,444
1,437

64
49
45
40
36

Aug. 6
Aug. 13
Aug. 20
Aug 27

8,136
8,068
8,076
8,108

6,036
6,002
5,968
6,010

3,632
3,585
[3,527
3,608

1,665
1,592
1,540
1,601

53
54
67
65

1,914
1,939
1,920
1,942

2,404
2,417
2,441
2,402

2,099
2,066
2.108
2,098

1,079
1,065
1,090
1.077

1,020
1,002
1,018
1 021

754
787
782
808

45
45
44
46

96
94
87
83

5,595
5.595
5,558
5.631

1.420
1,440
1.436
1,444

22 1.034
15 1,004
976
15
880
15

15

Sept. 3, .
Sepfc, 10
Sept. 17 ..
Sept. 24

8,161
8,041
8,058
8,092

6,057
5,933
5,970
6,033

3,652
13,523
3,541
3,619

1,656
1,550
1,574
1,640

65
64
75
80

1,931
1,909
1,892
1,899

2,405
2,409
2,429
2,414

2,104
2,109
2,088
2,059

1,075
1.083
1,069
1.048

1,029
1.026
1,018
1,011

766
800
809
820

44
46
43
44

92
85
101
96

5,613
5,554
5,526
5,574

5 1,091
1,435
1,017
1,443
1,403 ""46" 1,109
46 1,083
1,415

36

8,325
8,236
8,318
8,273
_ 8,414

6,244
6,127
6,175
6,046
6,116

3,796
3,660
3,640
3,550
3,500

1,745
1,655
1,580
1,470
1,385

88
85
122
120
125

1,963
1,920
1,938
1,960
1,990

2,448
2,466
2,535
2,496
2,616

2,081
2,110
2.143
2,227
2,299

1,038
1,049
1,080
1,130
1,126

1,043
1,061
1,063
1,097
1,172

802
794
794
826
874

44
46
45
46
48

122
108
106
90
90

5,778
5,622
5,665
5,750
5,937

1,454
1,479
1,489
1,530
1,521

46
37
36
31
29

1,224
1,147
1,160
1,099
1,138

8,457
8,363
8,452
8,413

6,139
6,022
6,068
5,989

3,535
3,377
!3,352
3,342

1,384
1,214
1,180
1,177

128
121
112
111

2,023
2,042
2,060
2,054

2,604
2,644
2,716
2.648

2,318
2,341
2,384
2,423

1(154
1,151
1,200
1,204

1,164
1,191
1,184
1,219

796
867
831
830

52
50
51
64

92
97
91
79

5,821
5,924
6,017
5,996

1,495
1,487
1,441
1,440

18
12
9
9

1,230
1,183
1,174
1,215

24

Deo. 3
Dec. 10
Dec. 17 .
Dec, 24
Dec. 31

8,352
8,280
8,003
8,045
8,152

5,975
5,896
5,706
5,749
5,859

3,341
3,310
3,248
13,366
3,438

1,183
1,155
1,072
1,153
1,219

113
114
111
109
102

2,045
2,041
2,065
2,104
2,117

2,634
2,586
2,457
2,383
2,421

2,377
2,384
2,297
2,295
2,293

1,217
1,271
1,236
1,234
1,182

1,160
1,114
1,061
1,061
1,111

806
841
841
782
861

56
79
90
104
85

92
78
99
94
132

5,933
5,947
5,855
5,832
6,070

1,185
1,377
1,104
1,360
1,216 "~43~ 1,211
35 1,090
1,209
35 1,317
1,201

6
19
25
70
9

Monthly averages:
January.
February
March .
April.__
May......
June.
July.
August
September „
October
November
December

7,664
7,493
7,469
7,829
7,852
8,117
8,078
8,097
8,088
8,313
8,421
8,166

5,705
5,584
5,720
5,868
5,878
6,099
5,984
6,004
5,998
6,141
6,055
5,837

2,945
2,909
3,115
3,383
3,459
3,701
3,558
3,588
3,584
3,629
3,401
3,341

794
894
1,159
1,501
1,609
1,764
1,564
1,599
1,605
1,567
1,239
1,157

50
48
52
56
56
67
67
60
71
108
118

2,101
1,967
1,904
1,826
1.794
1,870
1,927
1,929
1,908
1,954
2,044
2,074-

2,760
2,675
2,605
2,485
2,418
2,398
2,426
2,416
2,415
2,512
2,653
2,496

1,959
1,909
1,929
1,961
1,974
2,019
2,094
2,093
2,090
2,172
2,367
2,329

1,100
1.107
1,116
1,113
1,091
1,076.
1,102
1,078
1,069
1,084
1,177
1,228

858
802
813
848
883
943991
1,015
1,021
1,088
1,189
1,101

746
753
736
759
761
788
805
783
799
818
831
826

53
49
47
46
50
47
48
45
44
46
54
83

80
77
94
120
114
110
106
90
93
103
90
99

5,367
5,236
5,265
5,441
5,438
5,619
5,603
5,595
5,567
5,750
5,940
5.928

1,278
1,230
1,299
1,352
1.375
1,423
1,441
1,435
1,424
1,495
1,466
1,273

931
902
952
982
931
1,009
.100
999
,076
1.154
1.201
1,181'

39
21
1
17
11
5
"~4~
9
6
6
26

May 7
May 14 . .
May 21
May 28

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

1
8_
15
22
29... _ _

._

5
12
19 .
26_.____




no

8
2
46
52
18
39
47
17
24
36
12
22

m

15

1.131
1.103
1,061
1,132
1.072

2
"29

BANKING AND MONETARY STATISTICS

176

NO. 49-WEEKLY REPORTING MEMBER BANKS IN NEW YORK CITYPRINCIPAL ASSETS AND LIABILITIES, WEEKLY AND MONTHLY, 1519-U41-Continued
[Wednesday figures. In millions of dollars]
Investments

Loans

Total

BorRerowNet
Balserves
U.S.
ings
with Cash ances de- Time Gov- Inter- at
U.S.
in
ern- bank Feddewith mand
FedGovern- Other eral vault doeral
All
de- posits ment deTo brokers
mestic posits
and dealers
de- posits ReTo other Total ment secu- Redirect rities serve
posits
banks
serve
others
Total
Bank
obligaBank
OutIn
tions
side
N.Y. N.Y.
City City

7,968
7,890
7,880
7,886

5,658
5,577
5,563
5,534

3,233 1,099
3,124 1,025
993
3,061
3,024
983

107
107
108
106

2,027
1,992
1,960
1,935

2,425
2,454
2,502
2,510

2,310
2,312
2,317
2,352

1,225
1,243
1,263
1,284

1,085
1,070
1,054
1,068

821
883
859
865

79
62
53
51

92
88
82
103

5,911
5,921
5,820
5,865

1,180
1,172
1,201
1,200

25
20
17
16

,288
,305
,271
,254

Feb. 4
Feb. 11
Feb. 18
Feb. 25

7,965
7,962
7,953
7,980

5,517
5,513
5,456
5,469

994
3,014
3,050 1,038
3,114 1,112
3,137 1.150

105
111
117
117

1,915
1,903
1,885
1,870

2,503
2,463
2,342
2,332

2,448
2,449
2,497
2,511

1,349
1,348
1,365
1,351

1,099
1,101
1,132
1.160

789
798
804
816

49
54
43
46

85
79
101
106

5,851
5,833
5,785
5,838

1,209
1,225
1,274
1,275

16
14
14
14

,296
,328
,308
,276

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar.

4
11
18
25

7,954
7,829
8,083
8,036

5,481
5,354
5,529
5,521

3,160
3,082
3,219
,3,244

1,197
1,119
1,253
1,295

119
117
120
119

1,844
1,846
1,846
1,830

2,321
2,272
2,310
2,277

2,473
2,475
2,554
2,515

1,357 1,116
1,348 1,127
1,457 1,097
1,404- 1,111

784
866
853
793

43
44
42
42

97
99
127
116

5,781
5,885
5,945
5,869

1,232
1,196
1,199
1,213

5
168
131

,315
,253
,382
,311

Apr. 1
Apr 8
Apr 15
Apr 22
Apr. 29

7,974
7,858
7,897
7,880
7,834

5,451
5,302
5,338
5,311
5,207

3,183
3,066
3,083
3,063
3,003

1,270
1,159
1,207
1,230
1,149

121
118
117
120
119

1,792
1,789
1,759
1,713
1,735

2,268
2,236
2,255
2,248
2,204

2,523
2,556
2,559
2,569
2,627

1,398
1,423
1,412
1,393
1,445

1,125
1,133
1,147
1,176
1,182

822
780
773
793
833

41
43
42
42
49

125
95
117
108
95

5,849
5,697
5,749
5,775
5,764

1,235
1,217
1,219
1,214
1,251

112
98
112
73
55

,427
,254
,262
,144
,160

May
May
May
May

7,806
7,952
7,925
7,815

5,212
5,302
5,266
5,152

3,045
3,119
3,025
2,969

1,175
1,242
1,148
1,072

118
118
122
119

1,752
1,759
1,755
1,778

2,167
2,183
2.241
2,183

2,594
2,650
2,659
2,663

1,414
1,445
1,474
1,505

U180
1,205
1,185
1,158

817
829
815
867

56
48
45
48

90
94
8S
78

5,736
5,880
5,869
5,818

1,255
1.269
1,248
1,251

35
30
16
9

,208
,314
,227
,178

June 3
June 10
June 17.
June 24

7,804
7,756
7,594
7,621

5,107
5,060
5,006
5,028

2,920 1,053
2,876 1,023
959
2,797
952
2,791

116
112
111
113

1,751
1,741
1,727
1,726

2,187
2J84
2,209
2,237

2,697
2,696
2,588
2,593

1,525
1,553
1,491
1,521

1.172
1,143
1,097
1,072

792
805
847
917

44
45
42
43

100
122
107
107

5,775
5,729
5,495
5,611

1,215
1.217
1,175
1,192

2
2
108
108

,189
,203
,079
,107

July 1
July 8 ,
July 15.., — — July 22
July 29

7,844
7,789
7,805
7,712
7,752

5,191
5,146
5,155
5,093
5,060

2,862 1,004
963
2,803
930
2,758
2,712
908
876
2,685

125
127
125
125
126

1,733
1,713
1,703
1,679
1,683

2,329
2,343
2,397
2,381
2,375

825
2,653 1,607 1,046
2,643 1,603 1,040 , 849
883
2,650 1,607 1,043
886
2,619 ,587 1,032
871
2,692 ,639 1,053

44
44
43
42
42

135
96
103
102
80

5,863
5,786
5,871
5.791
5.829

1,18§
1,182
1,163
1,150
1,152

108
95
83
73
66

,406
,321
,258
,201
,180

Aug. 5
Aug. 12
Aug 19
Aug. 26

7,763
7,566
7,563
7,641

5,100
4,94a
4,982
5,009

2,648
2,633
2,622
2,655

834
810
822
833

126
126
128
127

1,688
1,697
1,672
1,695

2,452
2,316
2,360
2,354

2,663
2,617
2,581
2,632

1,027
1,031
1,018
1,017

779
844
836
811

54
55
48
64

80
77
72
75

5,758
5,676
5,605
5,657

1,123
1,131
1,113
1,108

45
27
16
15

,212
,130
,102
,029

2

Sept. 2
Sept. 9
Sept 16
Sept. 23
Sept, 30... .........

7,692
7,666
7,663
7,775
7,924

5,072
5,017
4,974
5,036
5,059

2,683
2,643
2,641
2,641
2,677

855
823
798
807
837

128
126
115
114
111

1,700
1,694
1,728
1,720
1,729

2,389
2,374
2,333
2,395
2,382

2,620 ,588 1,032
2,649 ,592 1,057
2,689 ,663 1,026
2,739 1,673 1,066
2,865 1,745 1,120

811
766
889
785
880

53
55
50
61
62

86
65
89
82
95

5,708
5,638
5,666
5,650
6.003

,107
,089
,101
,091
,073

15
128
121
115

,107
,050
,046
,027
,204

8
2
3
2

Oct. 7
Oct. 14_ . .
Oct. 21
Oct. 28.. . ..

7,648
7,538
7,351
7,326

4,801
4,670
4,540
4,552

2,469
2,403
2,300
2,305

703
608
517
508

95
91
86
86

1,671
1,704
1,697
1,711

2,332
2,267
2,240
2,247

2,847
2,868
2,811
2,774

,756
,781
,739
,722

1,091
1,087
1,072
1,052

791
751
839
821

61
65
61
59

81
88
76
69

5,601 ,047
5,484 ,034
5,529- 957
929
5.544

94
87
57
49

,055
,025
978
956

58
121
70
47

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

7,310
7,240
7,262
7,220

4,547
4,474
4,525
4,535

2,287
2,270
2,297
2,255

496
468
533
501

87
85
90
90

1,704
1,717
1,674
1,664

2,260
2,204
2,228
2,280

2,763
2,766
2,737
2,685

1,724
1,732
1,702
1,660

1,039
1,034
1,035
1,025

724
723
731
748

61
53
48
55

74
68
61
59

5,413
5,353
5,363
5,360

905
902
909
907

1?
27
21

§83
967
887
879

17
16
16
16

7,181
Dec. 9...— — 7,064
7,258
Dee 16
7,175
Dec. 23..-.,- — -7,147
Dec. 30

4,488
4,425
4,451
4,420
4,492

2,239
2,210
2,208
2,231
2,295'

479
466
467
468
458

83
86
88
85
86

1,672
1,658
1,653
1,678
1,751

2,249
2,215
2,243
2,189
2,197

2,693
2,639
2,807
2,755
2,655

1,676 1,017
982
1,657
971
1,836
977
1,778
943
1,712

710
722
798
705
941

47
51
52
68
58

66
52
71
57
71

5,335
5,290
5,376
5,162
5,217

878
831
810
789
779

IS
1
264
166
166

8SO
819
923
864
900

14
12

Monthly averages:
January. , _ _ „ _ _ . _
February
__,_
March
April
May... — --June
--July
August
September
October „.„..
No vember. ......
DeCQinber

5,583
5,489
5,471
5,322
5,233
5,050
5,129
5,010
5,032
4,641
4,520
4,455

3,111
3,079
3,176
3,080
3,039
2,846
2,764
2,640
2,657
2,369
2,277
2,237

1,025
1,073
1,216
1,203
1,159
997
936
825
824
584
499
468

107
113
119
119
119
113
126
127
119
89
88
87

1,979
1,893
1,841
1,758
1,761
1,736
,702
,688
,714
,696
,690
1,682

2,472
2,410
2,295
2,242
2,194
2,204
2,365
2,370
2,375
2,272
2,243
2,218

2,323 1,254 ,069
2,476 1,353 ,123
2,504 1,391 ,113
2,567 ,414 ,153
2,642 ,460 ,182
2,644 ,523 .121
2,651 ,608 ,043
2,623 ,600 ,023
2,712 ,652 ,060
2,825 ,750 1,075
2,738 ,705 1,033
978
2,710 ,732

857
802
824
800
832
840
863
817
826
801
732
775

61
48
43
43
49
43
43
55
56
62
54
55

91
93
110
108
87
109
103
76
S3
78
66
63

Date or month

Jan. 7..
Jan. 14
Jan 21
Jan 28

1931

Total
loans
.and
investments

6
13
20
27

4.......™--.-.
11 . .....
..
18..- — -~~
25

Dec. 2 _ „ „




7,906
7,965
7,975
7,889
7,875
7,694
7,780
7,633
7,744
7,466
7,258
7,165

On securities

,636
,586
,563
,615

5,879 ,188
5,827 ,246
5,870 1,210
5,767 ,227
5,826 ,256
5,652 ,200
5,828 ,167
5,674 ,119
5,733 ,092
992
5,540
5,372
906
818
5,276

17
4

10

1III"

8

98
289

5
19 ,280
2
14 ,302
76 ,315
90 ,249
22 ,232
55 ,145
85 ,273 . _ _ _ - .
26 ,118
3
76 ,087
74
72 1,003
29
929
16
877
83
123

177

REPORTING MEMBER BANKS
NO. 49-WEEKLY REPORTING MEMBER BANKS IN NEW YORK CITYPRINCIPAL ASSETS AND LIABILITIES, WEEKLY AND MONTHLY, 191S-1941-Continued
[Wednesday figures. In millions of dollars]
Loans

Investments

Total

BorrowReings
Net
U.S.
Balserves
with Cash ances de- Time Gov- Inter- at
U.S.
in
with mand de- ern- bank FedGovFederal
ern- Other eral vault do-,
To brokers
All
de- posits ment demestic posits
and dealers
To other Total ment secu- Rede- posits Reposits
banks
others
Total
serve
direct rities serve
Bank
OutBank
obligaIn
side
tions
N.Y. N,Y
City City

7,039
6,988
6,838
6,819

4,472
4,465
4,416
4,385

2,223
2,216
2,205
2,194

420
403
370
364

85
85
83
81

1,718
1,728
1,752
1,749

2,249
2,249
2,211
2,171

2,567 ,722
2,523 1,676
2,422 ,578
2,454 1,547

845
847
844
907

705
685
682
682

52
51
48
47

68
61
58
58

5,148
5,066
5,003
5,050

775
789
779
756

139
124
118
111

942
867
862
844

60
45
15
15

6,794
6,638
6,603
6,544

4,359
4,292
4,289
4,250

2,178
2,124
2,112
2,092

351
322
341
340

81
79
77
76

1,746
1,723
1,694
1,676

2,181
2,168
2,177
2,158

2,435 1,593
2,346 1,520
2,314 1,496
2,294 ,477

842
826
818
817

654
646
633
623

43
50
41
44

105
99
103
100

4,809
4,744
4,735
4,693

758
757
743
742

249
219
201
175

836
819
815
804

35
15
20
20

Mar. 2
Mar. 9
Mar 16
Mar 23
Mar, 30

6,540
6,421
6,617
6,486
6,541

4,269
4,174
4,148
4,048
4,074

2,109
2,097
2,066
2,009
2,043

353
388
357
325
364

76
76
74
74
74

1,680
1,633
1,635
1,610
1,605

2,160
2,077
2,082
2,039
2,031

2,271 1,445
2,247 1,437
2,469 1,643
2,438 ,601
2,467 ,610

826
810
826
837
857

639
643
648
659
689

40
41
38
40
43

96
77
85
' 73
70

4,727
4,701
4,739
4,666
4,814

744
756
751
753
758

140
95
253
214
193

876
836
909
885
902

15

Apr. 6
Apr 13
Apr. 20
Apr 27

6,455
6,420
6,568
6,525

3,992
3,944
4,008
3,958

1,979
1,933
1,950
1,925

358
334
363
356

72
67
72
71

1,549
1,532
1,515
1,498

2,013
2,011
2,058
2,033

2,463 1,596
2,476 1,589
2,560 ,643
2,567 ,652

867
887
917
915

700
754
707
832

40
40
39
40

64
68
62
69

4,790
4,866
4,946
5,040

760
755
771
779

152
995
129 1,014
82 1,040
'67 1,099

May
May
May
May

4
11
18
25

6,727
6,673
6,604
6,583

3,963
3,890
3,879
3,825

1,908
1,845
1,840
1,810

370
313
298
282

70
70
69
68

1,468
1,462
1,473
1,460

2,055
2,045
2,039
2,015

2,764 1,820
2,783 1,826
2,725 ,759
2,758 ,781

944
957
966
977

820
821
850
899

39
40
43
42

72
67
68
62

5,071
5,094
5,092
5,133

773
776
766
766

185
139
120
101

1,153
1,133
1,098
1,108

June 1
June 8
June 15
June 22
June 29

6,635
6,430
6,645
6,462
6,534

3,875
3,703
3,824
3,645
3,653

1,815
1,737
1,759
1,720
1,696

301
268
298.
259
251

68
67
66
65
65

1,446
1,402
1,395
1,396
1,380

2,060
1,966
2,065
1,925
1,957

2,760
2,727
2,821
2,817
2,881

,777
,789
,878
,881
,921

983
938
943
936
960

781
741
742
762
696

40
41
40
40
45

75
66
76
71
77

5,065
4,967
5,013
4,898
4,934

767
759
758
755
756

90
40
166
143
123

1,100
1,082
1,093
1,054
1,021

July 6
July 13
July 20
July 27

6,420
6,391
6,285
&.317

3,564
3,606
3,499
3.492

1,647
1,650
1,648
1,630

239
253
244
244

66
64
63
62

1,342
1,333
1,341
1,324

1,917
1,956
1,851
1,862

2,856
2,785
2,786
2,825

,901
,831
,839
,870

955
954
947
955

688
728
750
778

42
40
38
40

77
76
74
74

4,885
4,916
4,857
4,898

762
764
774
800

71.
43
29
20

1,051
1,081
1,066
1,060

Aug 3
Aug. 10
Aug 17
Aug. 24
Aug. 31

6,555
5,515
6,501
6,473
6,543

3,501
3,493
3,482
3,454
3,451

1,669
1,672
1,662
1,651
1,632

246
259
258
269257

61
61
62
61
61

1,362
1,352
1,342
1,321
1,314

1,832
1,821
1,820
1,803
1,819

3,055
3,022
3,019
3,019
3,092

2,087
2,065
2,073
2,067
2,116

968
957
946
952
976

720
782
789
862
866

37
39
37
38
38

90
88
81
67
74

4,920
4,953
4,957
5,025
5,124

802
820
827
830
828

162.
136
112
98
80

1,114
1,149
1,157
1,156
1,207

Sept 7
Sept 14
Sept. 21
Sept. 28

6,575
6,599
6,796
6,801

3,478
3,493
3,468
3,479

1,646
1,686
1,662
1,683

286
347
321
338

62
61
62
62

1,298
1,278
1,279
1,283

1,832
1,807
1,806
1,796

3,097
3,106
3,328
3,322

988
2,109
2,108
998
2,344 984
2,321 1,001

836
957
924
961

39
43
36
38

71
69
70
73

5,142
5,295
5,218
5,296

820
816
824
829

64
64
273
27a

1,233
1,300
1,256
1,270

Oct 5
Oct. 12
Oct. 19
Oct 26

6,779
6,906
6,989
6,982

3,425
3,450
3,475
3,384

1,669
1,654
1,653
1,569

340
349
348
270

62
61
63
62

1,267
1,244
1,242
1,237

1,756
1,796
1,822
1,815

3,354
3,456
3,514
3,598

2,350
2,422
2,469
2,548

94&
,004
913
,034
,045
959
,050 1,055

38
39
3&
37

83
83
81
81

5,277
5,365
5,406
5,476

843
867
887
913

267
246
265
247

1,354
1,371
1,389
1,3.90

Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov

6,998
7,044
7,026
7,057
7,169

3,404
3,420
3,381
3,443
3,498

1,576
1,570
1,555
1,567
1,598

280
279
264
270
275

63
62
62
62
62

1,233
1,229
1,229
1,235
1,261

1,828
1,850
1,826
1,876
1,900

3,594
3,624
3,645
3,614
3,671

2,534
2,555
2,576
2,538
2,578

,060
,069
,069
,076
,093

1,006
969
1,026
1,039
1,047

34
41
36
4,2
42

87
82
85
78
90

5,466
5,476
5,558
5,595
5,768

901
910
910
904
893

236
214
205
193
186

1,403
1.419
1,444
1,439
1,480

Dec 7. .
Dec 14 t
Dec, 21
Dec. 28

7,060
7,052
7,055
7,020

3,473
3,432
3,486
3,450

1,625
1,619
1,620
1,612

315
317
313
319

61
60
66
60

1,249
1,242
1,241
1.233

1,848
1,813
1,866
1,838

3,587
3,620
3,569
3,570

995
2,546 ,041
2,523 ,097 1,055
2,502 ,067 1,066
2,481 1,089 1,103

39
44
52.
44-

86
85
87
81

5,606
5,692
5,674
5,728

895
898
885
883

160
153
176
163

1,444
1,467
1,450
Iv457

Monthly averages:
January _
..
February ,
March
April
May
June- _-,
July
August
September . . .
October
N ovember
December , . .

6,921
6,645
ft. 521
6,492
6,647
6,541
6,353
6,517
6.692
6,914
7,059
7,047

4,429
4,298
4,143
3,976
3,889
3,740
3,540
3,476
3,479
3,433
3,429
3,460

2,209
2,127
2,065
,947
,851
,745
,644
,637
,669
,636
1,573
1,619

389
339
357
353
316
275
245
258
323
327
274
316

688
861
83 1,737 2,220 2,492 ,631
78 1,710 2,171 2,347 1,521
639>
826
656,
75 ,633 2,078 2,378 1,547
831
70 ,524 2,029 2,516 1,620
748
896
848
69 ,466 2,038 2,758 1,797
961
744
952
66 ,404 1,995 2,801 1,849
736
953
64 ,335 1,896 2,813 1,860
960
61 ,338 1,819 3,041 2,081
804
919
993
62 ,284 1,810 3,213 2,220
968
62 ,247 1,797 3,481 2,447 1,034
62 ,237 1,856 3,630 2,556 1,074 1,017
62 ,241 1,841 3,587 2,513 1,074 1,055

49
44
40
40
41
41
40
38
39
37
39
45

61
102
80
66
67
74
75
80
71
82
84
85

5,067
4,745
4,729
4,910
5,098
4,976
4,889
4,996
5,238
5,381
5,573
5,675

775
750
752
766
770
759
775
821
822
878
904
890

123
879
$18 ,
211
882
179
108 1,037
136 1,123
112 ,070
,065
,157
169 ,265
256 ,369
207 1,437
163 1.454

Date or month

Jan. 6
Jan. 13
Jan. 20
Jan. 27

1932

Feb. 3
Feb. 10
Feb. 17
Feb. 24

.

2
9
16
23 „
30




Total
loans
and
investments

On securities

iS

34
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NO. 49-WEEKLY REPORTING MEMBER BANKS IN NEW YORK CITYPRINCIPAL ASSETS AND LIABILITIES, WEEKLY AND MONTHLY, UIMMI-Continued
[Wednesday figures. In millions of dollars]
1

Loans

Total
loans
and
investments

Date or month

Jan. 4
Jan. 11
Jan, 18
Jan. 25

1933

. . 7,037
7,055
. . 7,088
.
7,132

i

Investments

BorrowReU.S.
Net
Balserves
ings
with Cash ances
Time Gov- 1 Inter- at
deU.S.
ern- bank Fedwith mand dein
FedGovern- Other eral vault doAll
eral
de; posits ment deTo brokers
mestic posits
To other Total ment secu- Reand dealers
de- posits Rebanks
others
Total
posits
direct rities serve
serve
Bank
obligaOutBank
In
tions
side
N.Y. N.y.
City City
On securities

Total

3,433 1,584
3,402 ,580
3,408 ,559
3,398 ,562

320
306
292
302

59
61
61
60

1,205
1,213
1,206
1,200

1,849
1,822
1,849
1,836

3,604
3,653
3,678
3,734

2,502
2,560
2,609
2,631

1,102
1,093
1,069
1,103

1,052
1,147
1,099
1,028

42
40
37
36

98
85
79
78

5,733
5,880
5,845
5,871

894
894
914
871

133
112
102
93

1,542
1,816
1,609
1,616

7,222
7,073
7,078
6,809

3,521
3,405
3,472
3,274

,643
,606
,614
,621

377
344
348
347

61
61
62
63

1,205
1,201
1,204
1,211

1,878
1,799
1,858
1,653

3,701
3,668
3,606
3,535

2,600
2,572
2,522
2,452

1,101
1,096
1,084
1,083

967
924
775
782

34
38
42
48

78
75
73
72

5,862
5,717
5,545
5,380

859
849
847
803

114
92
71
54

1,655
1,537
1,418
1,176

1
.... . 6,512
6,412
8
f
6,523
15.
6,484
22
6,457
29 ... .

3,079
3,121
3,157
3,151
3,118

,640
,668
,674
,626
,555

335
332
304
306
275

63
63
62
61
61

1,242
1,273
1,308
1,259
1,219

1,439
1,453
1,483
1,525
1,563

3,433
3,291
3,366
3.333
3,339

2,338
2,186
2,253
2,210
2,185

1,095
1,105
1,113
1,123
1,154

683
618
669
609
739

92
131
85
56
50

62
53
55
54
55

4.983
4,481
4,518
4,640
4,827

776
749
740
739
737

34
11
170
170
170

898
690
756
859
930

183
632
483
147
84

6,439
6,455
6,439
6,627

3,063
3,092
3,073
3,225

,548
,535
,538
,611

287
287
303
381

60
61
60
58

1,201
1,187
1,175
1,172

1,515
1,557
1,535
1,614

3,376
3,363
3,366
3,402

2,215
2,208
2,236
2,269

1,161
1,155
1,130
1,133

734
830
882
874

46
46
40
41

62
57
58
59

4,906
5,032
5,136
5,372

748
740
749
748

170
170
117
87

1,050
1,101
1,138
1,212

18
27
23

6,753
6,790
6,847
6,786
... 6,933

3,291
3,305
3,352
3,287
3,427

1,676
1,711
1,735
1,663
1,733

433
483
535
481
553

58
58
59
58
58

1,185
1,170
1,141
1,124
1,122

1,615
1,594
1,617
1,624
1,694

3,462
3,485
3,495
3,499
3,506

2,353
2,357
2,378
2,384
2,429

1,109
1,128
1,117
1,115
1,077

734
797
823
913
868

38
38
36
37
44

90
81
81
75
77

5.318
5,425
5,558
5,601
5,749

731
723
692
685
688

124
112
105
105
105

1,186
1,251
1,300
1,300
1.356

June 7
June 14., .
June 21
June 28.. . .

6,970
6,903
7,039
6,913

3,459
3,517
3,455
3,400

1,777
1,840
1,813
1,791

616
694
681
660

59
60
38
39

1,102
1,086
1,094
1,092

1,682
1,677
1,642
1,609

3,511
3,476
3.584
3,513

2,443
2,388
2,484
2,438

1,068
1,078
1,100
1,075

856
907
794
788

38
40
37
39

85
77
79
76

5,758
5,869
5,522
5,428

687
687
752
749

87
76
290
290

1,398
1,474
1,278 ......
1,248

July 5
July 12
July 19
July 26.

6,937
6,932
6,858
6,731

3,454
3,503
3,458
3,369

1,847
1,894
1,862
1,790

745
803
787
718

39
43
46
43

1,063
1,048
1,029
1,029

1,607
1,609
1,596
1,579

3,483
3,429
3,400
3,362

2,409
2,354
2,332
2,293

1,074
1,075
1,068
1,069

703
742
740
782

42
40
37
38

85
73
71
66

5,374
5,420
5,318 i
5,263

785
782
795
783

278
265
265
254

1,265
; 1,228
1,162 ......
1,099

6,732
6,722
„ _ _ 6,743
. . . 6,685
6,726

3,374
3,365
3,403
3,346
3,385

1,778
1,775
1,800
1,757
1,794

699
702
723
686
718

43 1,036 1,596 3,358 2,300 1,058
40 1,033 1,590 3,357 2,307 1,050
41 1,036 1,603 3,340 2,299 1,041
40 ,031 1,589 3,339 2,287 1,052
41 ,035 1,591 3,341 2,293 1,048

749
761
783
862
860

36
37
36
36
41

72
@8
67
64
64

5,221
5,244
5,128
5,199
5,257

776
772
776
755
755

254
254
403
393
3S3

1,116
1,142 I
1,079
1,091 ......
1,125

Sept. 6.
Sept, 13
Sept. 20_
Sept. 27

6,711
6,744
6,742
6,698

3,405
3,444
3,374
3,344

1,795
1,820
1,743
1,731

718
747
672
652

43
43
43
45

,034
,030
,028
,034

1,610
1,624
1,631
1,613

3,306
3,300
3,368
3,354

2,257
2,252
2,314
2,297

1,049
1,048
1,054
1,057

847
903
879
881

38
38
37
39

66
67
67
69

5,200
5,296
5,278
5,244

757 ! 388 1,130
761
388 1,181 j
761
388 1,179
388 1,122
763

Oct. 4....
Get, 11.
Got. 18.. _.
Oct. 26.

6,728
6,733
6,782
6,670

3,365
3,389
3,461
3.377

1,699
1,683
1,712
1,636

632
617
643
574

45
47
48
46

,022
,019
,021
,016

1,666
1,706
1,749
1,741

3,363
3,344
3,321
3,293

2,271
2,236
2,226
2,194

1,092
1,108
1,095
1,099

814
824
878
919

39
45
38
37

75
72
75
81

5,195
5,208
5,331
5,311

766
762
757
757

388
3SS
351
326

! 1,155
! 1,135
1,219
1,191

Nov.!
Nov. 8
Nov. 15
Nov. 22 .
Nov. 29

6,822
6,778
6,764
6,719
6,804

3,425
3,428
3,393
3,346
3,441

1,666
1,657
1,624
1,618
1,651

594
580
552
542
565

47
46
43
42
43

,025
,031
,029
,034
,043

1,759
1,771
1,769
1,728
1,790

3,397
3,350
3,361
3,373
3,363

2,274
2,231
2,231
2,230
2,225

1,123
1,119
1,130
1,143
1,138

859
796
829
835
768

36
44
39
39
49

84
77
79
74
72

5,283 j 761
775
5,169
774
5,180
772
6,214
751
5,274

453
446
428
406
364

1,226
1,179
1,179
1,144
1,148

Deo.
Dec.
Deo,
Dee.

6..
13.............
20
27

6,733
6,650
6,780
6,756

3,367
3,344
3,361
3,386

1,630
1,663
1,666
1,722

562
586
577
628

43
43
44
43

,025
,034
,045
,051

1,737
1,681
1,695
1,664

3,366
3,306
3,369
3,370

2,249
2,251
2,269
2,253

1,117
1,055
1,100
1,117

731
798
797
789

40
43
53
46

71
78
78
75

5,185
5,210
5,141
5.257

732
721
707
693

349
327
414
386

1,117
1,111
1,092
1,125

Monthly averages:
January
February.. ._.,„..
Mareh..
„_„_
ApriL „ . _ _ _ „
May
Jun®
July
August „... „ „_
September
October
November
December.. „ .....

7,077
•7,046
6,477
6,490
6,821
6,979
6,885
6,722
6,724
6,728
6,775
6,717

3,410
3,418
3,125
3,113
3,332
3,458
3,446
3,375
3,392
3,398
'3,406
3,364

1,571
1,621
1,633
1,558
1,704
1,805
1,848
1,781
1,772
1,683
1,643
1,670

305
354
311
314
497
663
763
706
697
617
567
588

60 ,206
62 ,205
62 ,260
60 ,184
58 ,149
49 ,093
43 ,042
41 ,034
44 ,031
46 ,020
44 ,032
43 1,039

1,839
1,797
1,492
1,555
1,628
1,653
1,598
1,594
1,620
1,715
1,763
1,694

3,667
3,628
3,352
3,377
3,489
3,521
3,419
3,347
3,332
3,330
3,369
3,353

2,575
2,537
2,234
2,232
2,380
2,441
2,347
2,297
2,280
2,232
2,238
2,256

1,092 1,082
862
1,091
664
1,118
830
1,145
827
1,109
836
1,080
742
1,072
803
1,050
1,052
878
859
1,098
817
1,131
1,097
779

39
41
83
1-3
39
39
39
37
38
40
41
46

SS
74
56
59
§1
79
74
67
67
76
77
76

5,832
5,626
4,690
5,112
5.530
5,644
5,344
5,210
5,255
5,261
5,224
5,198

893
839
748
746
704
719
786
767
760
761
767
713

110
83
111
136
110
186
265
338
3§8
363
419
369

1,598
1,446
829
1,125
1,279
1,349
1,188
1,111
1,153
1,175
1,175
1,111

Feb. 1
Feb. 8^
Feb. 15
Feb. 22
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

Apr. 5
Apr. 12
Apr. 19
Apr. 26
May3
May 10
May 17
May 24
May 31

Aug. 2
Aug. 9
Aug. 16
Aug. 23.
Aug. 30




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REPORTING MEMBER BANKS

179

NO. 49-WEEKLY REPORTING MEMBER BANKS IN NEW YORK CITYPRINCIPAL ASSETS AND LIABILITIES, WEEKLY AND MONTHLY, 1919-1941-Continued
[Wednesday figures. In millions of dollars]
Investments

Loans

Total
loans
and
investments

Date or month

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

3
10
17
24
31

19341

., 6,707
6,536
6,579
6,569
6,986

Total

BorrowReNet
U.S.
Balings
serves
On securities
de- Time Gov- Inter- at
with Cash ances
U.S.
with maud de- ern- bank Fedin
GovFedde- posits ment de- eral
ern- Other eral vault doAll
To brokers
mestic posits
de- posits ReTo other Total ment secu- Reand dealers
posits
banks
direct rities serve
Total
serve
others
Bank
Bank
obligaOut^
tions
side
In
N.Y. N.Y.
City City

3,414'
3,268
3,279
3,312
3,466

1,744
1,624
1.620
1,646
1,748

665
561
564
587
688

44
44
44
43
43

1,035
1,019
1,012
1,016
1.017

1,670
1,644'
1,659
1,666
1,718

3,293
3,268
3,300
3,257
3,520

2,187
2,170
2,185
2,201
2,421

1,106
1,098
1,115
1,056
1,099

821
879
846
902
749

42
41
37
38
37

83
71
74
74
76

5,319
5,260
5,335
5,384
5,342

700
697
696
708
707

335
272
224
184
487

,178
,174
,221
,276
,260

Feb. 7
Feb. 14...
Feb. 21
Feb. 28

6,964
6,922
7,096
7,006

3,420
3,411
3,476
3,331

1,729
1.677
1,769
1,669

696
651
744
651

45
45
46
47

988
981
979
971

1,691
1,734
1,707
1,662

3,544
3,511
3,620
3,675

2,485
2,448
2,553
2,585

1,059 748
1,063 810
1,067 850
1,090 1,091

38
41
42
39

75
75
76
83

5,331
5,361
5,368
5,491

710
704
686
682

501
501
717
761

,312
,322
,320
,334

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

7,069
7,213
7,199
7,193

3,310
3,406
3,324
3,292

1,649
1.733
1,687
1,663

641
727
698
688

48
48
48
47

960
958
941
928

1,661
1,673
1,637
1,629

3,759
3,807
3,875
3,901

2,668
2.704
2,717
2.720

1,091
1,103
1,158
1,181

,181
,170
,218
,242

38
41
37
40

82
86
85
82

5,580
5,709
5,737
5,791

679
675
690
699

797
797
797
762

,414
,495
,512
,478

Apr. 4
Apr. 11...
Apr. 18
Apr. 25

7,296
7,405
7,238
7,138

3,375 ,720
3,431 1,756
3,324 ,723
3,268 ,674

751
794
779
740

47
48
48
46

922
914
896
888

1,655
1,675
1,601
1,594

3,921
3,974
3,914
3,870

2,717
2,804
2,742
2,716

1,204
1,170
1,172
1,154

,206
,142
,236
,351

38
39
37
38

90
82
84
73

5,919
5,989
5,971
6.042

699
696
690
689

739
713
679
649

,555
,581
,578
,554

May 2
May 9
May 16
May 23 ..
May 30

7,142
7,055
7,022
7,001
7,034

3,290
3,284
3,232
3,192
3,204

,729
,718
,663
,644
.646

756
731
725
689
698

46
46
46
46
45

927
941
892
909
903

1,561
1,566
1,569
1,548
1,558

3,852
3,771
3,790
3,809
3,830

2,699
2,727
2,738
2,752
2,760

1,153
1,044
1,052
1,057
1,070

,194
,257
,264
,335
,356

37
39
37
38
40

83 5,975
78 5,985
78 5,969
76 6,028
70 6,097

668
670
675
674
676

588
575
561
551
539

,522
,593
,594
,600
,577

June 6
June 13
June 20.
June 27

7,141
7,144
7,211
7,265

3,277
3,280
3,262
3,236

,727
,728
,741
.711

771
787
815
793

54
53
55
54

902
888
871
864

1,550
1,552
1,521
1,525

3,864
3,864
3,949
4,029

2,791
2,802
2,873
2,926

1,073
1,062
1,076
1,103

1,304
1,354
1,327
1,376

39
40
37
41

87 6,150
85 6,225
87 6,049
82 6,161

679
682
696
692

539
611
733
733

,642
,663
,582
,581

7,303
7,288
7,273
7,227

3,276
3,251
3,201
3,184

,749
,752
,718
,690

841
833
804
783

55
55
57
55

853
864
857
852

1,527
1,499
1.483
1,494

4,027
4,037
4,072
4,043

2,928
2,934
2,938
2,918

1,099
1,103
1,134
1,125

1,234
1,295
1,331
1,366

38
39
37
38

96
88
86
82

6,115
6,144
6,178
6.209

691
697
682
678

733
733
733
704

,603
,656'
,654
,645

7,191
7,108
7,132
7,105
7,098

3,100 ,571
3,041 ,520
3,034 ,520
3,019 1,503
3,016 1,485

667
613
615
602
581

53
53
53
55
60

851
854
852
846
844

1,529
1,521
1,514
1,516
1,531

4,091
4,067
4,098
4,086
4,082

2,903
2,878
2,886
2,883
2,866

1,188
1,189
1,212
1,203
1,216

1,367
1,415
1,419
1,451
1,493

38
38
40
37
38

65
60
65
64
62

6,215
6,162
6,205
6,217
6,280

677
675
669
664
659

704
704
684
675
659

,612
,590
,601
,554
,556

6,675
6,997
7,168
7,269
7,050
7,190
7,273
7,098

3,348
3,410
3,333
3,349
3,240
3,264
3,228
3,016

,676
,711
,683
,718
,680
,727
,727
,485

613
685
688
766
720
792
815
581

43 1,020 1,672 3,327 2,233 1,094
46 980 1,699 3,587 2,517 1,070
48 947 1,650 3,835 2,702 1,133
47 905 1,631 3,920 2,745 1,175
46 914 1,560 3,810 2,735 1,075
54 881 1,537 3,926 2,848 1,078
56 856 1,501 4,045 2,930 1,115
60 844 1,531 4,082 2,866 1,216

839
875
,203
,234
,281
,340
,306
,429

39
40
39
38
38
39
38
38

76
77
84
82
77
85
88
63

5,328
5,388
5,704
5,980
6,011
6,146
6,161
6,216

702
695
686
694
673
688
687
669

300
620
788
695
563
629
726
685

,222
,322
,475
,567
,577
,617
,640 -----,583

7
14
21
28

July 4..
July 11
July 18
July 25

Aug. 1
Aug. 8
Aug. 15
Aug. 22 ._
Aug. 29

.

. .

Monthly averages:
January _
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
1

Report form changed on September 5, 1934; see next two pages for remainder of 1934.




BANKING AND MONETARY STATISTICS

180

NO. 4S-WEEKLY REPORTING MEMBER BANKS IN NEW YORK CITY[Wednesday figures. In millions of dollars]
Investments

Loans

Total
loans
and
investments

Date or month

Total

To
brokers To
and others
on
dealers
secuin
secu- rities
rities

Other
Open
Real
loans
To marbanks ket
estate
to
paper
customers

U. S. Government
obligations
Total

Total

Direct

Guaranteed

Reserves Cash
with
in
Other Federal vault
secu- Resero
rities Bank

Balances
with
domcstic
banks

1934
Sept. 5. _ _ „ „ _ _ _ „ _
Sept. 12
Sept. 19
Sept . 26 .

7,186
7,150
7,065
7,077

3,117
3,098
3,027
3,022

675
652
605
603

809
806
792
790

137
138
137
137

,190
,185
,186
,191

65
71
59
60

241
241
248
241

4,069
4,057
4,038
4,055

3,079
3,070
3,078
3,065

2,827
2.816
2,826
2,813

'252
'254
1252
'252

1990
»987
'960
>990

1,332
1,331
1,348
1,448

38
40
37
40

59
60
59
67

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

7,077
7,092
7,118
7,114
7,123

3,025
3,045
3,079
3,087
3,071

590
593
626
636
614

789
788
786
778
780

136
135
134
134
134

,208
,228
,223
,227
,237

61
58
67
70
64

241
243
243
242
242

4,052
4,047
4,039
4,027
4,052

3,015
3,032
3,029
3,033
3,058

2,794
2,812
2,800
2,798
2,804

221
220
229
235
254

1,037
1,016
1,010
994
994

1,398
1,423
1,381
1,388
1,425

39
45
38
40
44

64
60
64
62
59

3...
10.,™.,,.,
17.
24
31.

....

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

7 ..
14
21 ._
28

7,123
7,024
6,990
7,064

3,029
3,012
3,002
3,014

576
568
572
676

781
786
780
789

133
133
133
133

,223
,218
,213
,219

70
69
69
69

246
238
235
228

4,094
4,012
3,988
4,050

3,095
3,08S
3,077
3,113

2,830
2,825
2,813
2,841

265
264
264
272

999
923
911
937

1,339
1,402
1,529
1,463

52
48
45
52

64
63
61
58

Dec.
Dec.
Dec.
Dec.

5
12
19. .;. ,
26

7,186
7,213
7,388
7,335

3,082
3,058
3,075
3,005

639
633
658
626

798
799
790
790

134
133
133
132

,205
,188
,197
,174

83
79
69
61

223
226
228
222

4,104
4,155
4,313
4,330

3,164
3,213
3,330
3,353

2,891
2,941
3,060
8,086

273
272
270
267

940
942
983
977

1,335
1,372
1,359
1,415

47
49
54
59

70
74
75
73

7,120
7,105
7,050
7,281

3,065
3,062
3,014
3,055

634
612
573
639

799
784
784
794

137
135
133
133

1,188
1,225
1,218
1,191

64
64
69
73

243
242
237
225

4,055
4,043
4,036
4,226

3,073
3,033
3,093
3,266

2,820
2,801
2,827
2,995

253
232
266
271

982
1,010
943
960

1,365
1,403
1,433 i
1,375

39
41
49
52

58
62
62
73

Monthly averages:
September
October.
November
December.
1

Securities guaranteed by U. S. Government as to interest only are included with fully guaranteed obligations.




REPORTING MEMBER BANKS

181

PRINCIPAL ASSETS AND LIABILITIES, WEEKLY AND MONTHLY, 1919-1941-ConUnuejf
[Wednesday figures. In millions of dollars]
Time deposits

Demand deposits

Oct.
Oct
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

7
14
21
28

Dec.
Dec.
Dec.
Dec.

5
12
19
26

Interbank

518
508
488
431

764
762
772
791

9,897
9,831
9,769
9,844

4,653
4,606
4,534
4,673

4,888
4,874
4,780
4,895

283
240
242
209

598
597
599
599

1,571
1,577
1,575
1,556

112
109
114
114

654
654
655
656

1
1
1
1

6
4
3
3

1
4
1

315
326
337
350

1,468
1,405
1,482
1,481

467
469
588
474
602

806
814
804
802
809

9,852
9,903
9,993
9,880
10,062

4,620
4,642
4,684
4,745
4,775

4,868
4,905
4,971
4,973
5,127

219
206
301
246
250

600
600
516
,473
473

1,600
1,630
1,651
1,632
1,653

109
107
113
104
113

660
659
649
649
644

1
1
1
1

3
2
3
3
3

1
1
1

329
332
326
335
332.

1,462
1,461
1,462
1,463
1,466

..

598
594
479
589

814
799
782
774

9,990
9,930
9,888
10,000

4,732
4,677
4,744
4,786

5,088
5,028
5,002
5,105

242
243
221
270

473
454
437
420

1,636
1,643
1,679
1,650

101
102
110
120

639
634
625
622

1
1
1
1

3
3
3
2

1
1
2
3

339
354
339
345

1,467
1,497
1,467
1,462

.. ...

572
604
596
510

763
762
748
752

9,993
10,074
10,220
10,144

4,731
4,747
4,674
4,726

4,979
5,069
4,944
5,001

324
282
326
235

425
425
735
735

1,713
1,762
1,727
1,679

116
112
114
118

600
596
592
595

1
1
1
1

2
2
3
6

3
9
1

361
350
309
307

1,469
1,486
1,468
1,487

486
520
565
571

772
807
792
756

9,840
9,938
9,931
10,108

4,617
4,693
4,735
4,719

4,859
4,969
5,056
4,998

244
245
244
292

598
532
446
580

1,570
1,633
1,652
1,720

112
109
108
115

655
652
630
596

1
1
1
1

4
3
3
3

1
1
2
3

332
330
344
332

1,484
1,463
1,485
1.488

_

_

Interbank

Other
assets

1934

3
10
17
24
31

IndividCertiuals,
fied
Demand corpoU.S.
and
deposits rations,
adjusted
officers' Governetc.,
States checks, ment
Total
etc.
and
liabilities
political
subdivisions

Cash
items
in
process
of
collection

Date or montb

Sept. 5
Sept. 12
Sept. 19
Sept. 26

Total
assets

__

.

. _ „„
_
..

Monthly averages:
September October
November ..
December




Domestic

Total
except
interForeign bank

Do- Foreign
mestic

Borrow- Other Capital
acings liabilicounts
ties

BANKING AND MONETARY STATISTICS

182

NO. 49-WEEKLY REPORTING MEMBER BANKS IN NEW YORK CITY[Wednesday figures. In millions of dollars]
Loans

Total
loans
and
investments

Date or month

1935
Jan. 2
Jan. 9
Jan. 16_
Jan. 23
Jan. 30.^^.

Total

To
brokers To
and others
on
dealers
in
secusecu- rities
rities

Investments

Other
Open
mar»
To
loans
Real
banks ket
to
estate
custompaper
ers

U. S. Government
obligations
Total

Total

Direct

Guaranteed

Reserves Cash
with
in
Other Federal vault
secu- Reserve
rities Bank

Balancai
with
domestic
banks

7,346
7,332
7,487
7,465
7,422

3,004
2,959
3,004
3,011
2,980

652
618
658
634
614

773
768
779
792
792

130
130
131
131
131

1,160
1,147
1,147
1.148
1,147

62
65
62
66
64

227
231
227
240
232

4,342
4,373
4,483
4,454
4,442

3,376
3,396
3,477
3,451
3,422

3,103
3,127
3,209
3.179
3,150

273
569
268
272
272

966
977
1,006
1,003
1,020

1,501
1,527
1,505
1,646
1,720

50
45
40
42
49

83
71
73
74
73

.„

7,363
7,392
7,307
7,401

2,940
2,988
2,961
2,992

593
623
000
038

790
785
785
764

131
131
131
131

1,141
1,163
1,102
1,170

01
64
50
01

224
222
227
228

4,423 3,412
4,404 3,394
4,346 ' 3,365
4,409 : 3,393

3,129
3,117
3,090
3,108

283
277
275
285

1,011
1,010
981
1,016

1,804
1,765
1,826
1,773

50
57
53
54

72
77
72
67

.

7,547
7,602
7,539
7,566

3,094
3,080
3,023
2,989

731
732
663
658

779
773
780
769

131
130
130
130

1,181
1,183
1,185
1,164

51
50
54
48

221
212
211
220

4,453
4,522
4,516
4,577

3,412
3,474
3,476
3,506

3,128
3,198
3,202
3,230

284
276
274
276

1,041
,048
,040
,071

1,701
1,704
1,622
1,644

49
51
53
50

66
65
66
64

7,661
7,635
7,741
7,736

3,004
2,991
3,091
3,153

031
032
740
847

702
757
754
742

130
130
130
128

1,187
1,188
1,185
1,178

07
66
64
52

227
218
212
206

4,657
4,044
4,650
4,583

3,569
3,585
3,591
3,524

3,290
3,310
3,319
3,263

279
275
272
261

,088
,059
,059
,059

1,530
1,576
1,631
1,734

49
62
50
44

65
04
68
69

7,830
7,030
7,605
7,650
7,690

3,201
3,110
3,138
3,168
3,193

890
826
820
805
886

745
737
739
737
731

129
128
128
128
127

1,172
1,166
1,173
1,162
1,158

02
51
72
79
108

203
202
200
197
183

4,629
4,520
4,407
4,488
4,497

3,552
3,481
3,455
3,469
3,472

3,290
3,221
3,198
3,199
3,225

"262
260
257
270
247

,077
,039
,012
,019
1,025

1,699
1,679
1,749
1,764
1,806

41
42
45
45
49

70
73
71
72
71

June 5.
June 12
. .
June 19
June 26, .
„.

7,031
7,074
7,730
7,775

3,077
3,128
3,104
3,141

833
864
858
904

729
737
733
733

128
127
127
126

1,143
1,180
1,166
1,103

06
51
60
02

178
169
160
153

4,554
4,546
4,626
4,634

3,584
3,573
3,643
3.640

3,285
3,274
3,314
3,324

299
299
329
316

970
973
983
994

1,840
1,955
1,889
1,885

43
45
43
40

71
72
71
103

July 3
July l5
July 17
July 24
July 31

7,718
7,612
7,805
7,785
7,548

3,173
3,087
3,130
3,094
2,996

952
883
900
880
850

732
730
732
729
723

125
124
123
123
122

1,173
1,163
1,182
1,165
1,106

42
43
55
56
02

149
144
138
141
133

4,545
4,525
4,675
4,691
4,552

3,565
3,506
3,650
3,666
3,516

3,245
3,187
3,327
3,330
3,174

320
319
323
336
342

980
1,019
1,025
1,025
1,036

1,689
1,906
1,756
1,853
2,122

48
45
42
42
44

112
109
96
96
95

7,504
7,519
7,558
7,543

3,011
3,020
3,056
2,988

860
873
871
807

723
721
723
712

122
122
122
122

1,114
1,132
1,175
1,184

61
44
36
34

131
128
129
129

4,493
4,499
4,502
4,555

3,458
3,464
3,444
3,495

3,103
3,106
3,089
3,136

355
358
355
359

1,035
1,035
1,058
1,060

2,132
2,223
2,276
2,333

42
45
42
44

90
94
97
95

Sept. 4..
Sept. 11
Sept. 18
Sept. 26 . - . ...

7,580
7,056
7,852
7,882

3,014
3,075
3,077
3,101

852
903
872
856

710
704
706
714

122
123
123
123

1,163
1,182
1,191
1,203

41
34
54
70

120
129
131
135

4,566
4,581
4,775
4,781

3,496
3,520
3,608
3,678

3,125
3,148
3,326
3,312

371
372
372
366

1,070
1,061
1,077
1,103

2,250
2,294
2,118
2,223

45
49
47
50

94
93
96
91

Oct. 2
Oct. 9..
Oct. 16
Oct. 23
Oct. 30

7,822
7,793
7,704
7,658
7,694

3,123
3,077
3,069
3,013
3,010

879
825
818
832
828

728
727
721
715
713

123
123
123
123
123

1,213
1,217
1,223
1,158
1,158

44
49
44
44
41

136
136
140
141
147

4,099
4,716
4,635
4,645
4,684

3,634
3,647
3,586
3,562
3,571

3,268
3,280
3,209
3,181
3,189

306
367
377
381
382

1,065
1,069
1,049
1,083
1,113

2,267
2,251
2,331
2,416
2,442

49
57
53
55
58

89
85
82
82
76

6
13
20
27

7,734
7,812
7,817
7,949

3,056
3,083
3,091
3,212

839
855
856
887

723
723
731
732

123
123
123
123

1,182
1,187
1,177
1,187

44
45
48
114

145
150
156
169

4,678
4,729
4,726
4,737

3,640
3,698
3,719
3,705

3,258
3,317
3,346
3,332

382
381
373
373

1,038
1,031
1,007
1,032

2,388
2.415
2,460
2,435

60
58
55
61

83
82
79
81

Dec, 4.
Dec. 11
Dec. 18
Dec. 24
Dec. 31

7,856
7,883
7,993
7,955
7,917

3,189
3,199
3,207
3,190
3,261

919
950
945
954
1,014

734
744
757
746
743

124
124
124
128
127

,180
,172
,167
,150
,161

62
39
45
42
42

170
170
169
170
174

4,667
4,684
4,786
4,765
4,656

3,650
3,666
3,791
3,760
3,626

3,276
3,289
3,415
3,378
3,243

374 1,017 2,565
377 1,018 2,610
995 2,265
376
382 ! 1,005 j 2,264
383 1,030 2,446

57
59
61
63
57

87
80
88
79
77

Monthly averages:
January
February
March ._ „„„.
April
May
June ,
July
August
September
October
November
December

7,410
7,366
7,564
7,693
7,682
7,703
7,694
7,531
7,743
7,734
7,828
7, §21

2,991
2,970
3,047
3,060
3,162
3,113
3,096
3,019
3,067
3,058
3,110
3,209

636
014
696
714
859
865
893
853
870
837
859
956

780
781
775
754
737
733
729
720
709
721
727
745

130
131
131
130
128
127
123
122
123
123
123
125

,150
,159
,178
,184
,166
,163
,158
,152
,185
,194
,183
1,106

64
60
51
02
75

4,419
231
4,396
225
4,517
216
4,633
216
4,520
197
4,590
165
141 4,598
129 ' 4,512
4,676
130
4,676
140
4,718
155
4,712
171

3,425
3,391
3,467
3,567
3,486
3,610
3,581
3,465
3,598
3,600
3,691
3,699

3,154
3,111
3,189
3,295
3,227
3,299
3,253
3,108
3,228
3,225
3,313
3,320

271
280
278
272
259
311
328
357
370
375
378
379

45
53
51
49
45
44
44
43
48
54
59
60'

75
72
65
67
71
79
102
94
94
83
81
82

.„
„_
„

Feb. 6
Feb. 13
Feb. 20
Feb. 27
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

6
13
20
27

.....

Apr. 3
Apr. 10.,
Apr. 17
Apr.24..—
May 1
May 8... .May 15
May 22=
May 29

Aug. 7..
Aug. 14
Aug. 21
Aug. 28

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

-

.......

. . ..

. ,.




00

52
43
50
43
63
46

994
1,005
1,050
1,066
1,034
980
1,017
1,047
1,078
1,076
1,027
1,013

,579
,792
,668
,618
,739
,892
,865
2,241
2,221
2,341
2,424
2,430

183

REPORTING MEMBER BANKS
PRINCIPAL ASSETS AND LIABILITIES, WEEKLY AND MONTHLY, 1919-1941-Continued
[Wednesday figures. In millions of dollars]
Time deposits

Demand deposits
Total
assets

Interbank

Cash
items
in
process
of
collection

Other
assets

1935
Jan. 2
Jan. 9
Jan. 16
Jan. 23 .
Jan. 30

952
522
633
590
585

763
749
748
715
699

10,695
10,246
10,486
10,532
10,548

4,727
4,731
4,770
4,846
4,882

5,206
4,957
5,074
5,138
5,135

473
296
329
298
332

735
731
731
713
680

1,796
1,786
1,871
1,868
1,869

113
110
108
128
152

598
598
602
611
608

Feb. 6
Feb. 13..
Feb. 20
Feb. 27.-

437
732
671
622

657
638
624
629

10,383
10,661
10,553
10,546

4,856
4,833
4,819
4,936

5,059
5,193
5,153
5.240

234
372
337
318

680
623
574
525

1,903
1,948
1,985
1,958

155
156
151
144

611
610
613
610

7
7
7
7

Mar.
Mar,
Mar.
Mar.

6
13
20
27.

853
547
583
598

648
626
604
611

10,864
10,595
10,467
10,533

,4,959
5,033
4,960
5,063

5,250
5,306
5,243
5,348

562
254
300
313

526
527
527
527

2,018
2,006
1,881
1,846

137
136
137
143

601
605
608
609

7
6
6
6

Apr.
Apr.
Apr
Apr.

3...
10
17
24.,

637
581
637
717

620
594
569
562

10,562
10,502
10,696
10,862

5,041
5,039
5,039
5,125

5,296
5,300
5,349
5,385

382
320
327
457

527
527
527
526

1,836
1,829
1,960
1,949

144
160
170
171

617
622
618
620

May 1
May 8 .
May 15
May 22..
May 29

1,199
532
691
543
576

569
557
569
601
605

11,408
10,513
10,730
10,681
10,797

5,188
5,120
5,142
5,276
5,330

5,722
5,369
5.461
5,528
5,603

665
283
372
291
303

495
457
429
410
383

1,994
1,867
1,923
1,896
1,883

164
168
169
187
260

623
620
621
620
608

7
7
7
7
6

June 5
June 12
June 19
June 26...

533
623
641
535

587
524
509
512

10,705
10,893
10,883
10,856

5,340
5,482
5,485
5,528

5,597
5,780
5,754
5,792

276
325
372
271

389
388
362
361

1,896
1,888
1,893
1,914

258
246
241
234

561
556
555
547

3
3
3
3

JulyS
July 10..
July 17
July 24.,
July 31

671
575
599
509
665

511
516
505
509
510

10,749
10,763
10,803
10,794
10,984

5,411
5,544
5,538
5,631
5,507

5,726
5,830
5,833
5,873
5,874

356
289
304
267
298

201
182
245
244
244

1,970
1,951
1,913
1,893
2,040

225
226
228
231
243

566
566
561
568
571

3
3
3
3
3

Aug. 7...
Aug. 14
Aug. 21
Aug 28

488
588
529
525

500
510
511
512

10,756
10,979
11,013
11,052

5,500
5,592
5,634
5,653

5,732
5,867
5,895
5,896

256
313
268
282

246
249
250
247

1,993
2,007
2,036
2,055

228
238
244
245

599
601
602
599

3
4
4
4

Sept. 4
Sept. 11
Sept. 18
Sept, 25

471
571
665
659

501
494
495
505

10,941
11,157
11,273
11,410

5,603
5,638
5,583
5,760

5,835
5,925
5,939
6,010

239
284
309
409

230
231
297
297

2,089
2,179
2,175
2,085

238
233
236
265

591
588
586
592

4
4
3
3

Oct.
Oct.
Oct
Oct.
Oct.

2
9
16
23
30

571
591
712
584
571

483 11,281
499 1 11,276
471 j 11,353
468 11,263
469 11,310

5,642
5,571
5,547
5,657
5,726

5,923
5,815
5,966
5,950
6,049

290
347
293
291
248

298
299
245
195
196

2,156
2,145
2,151
2,106
2,110

281
319
339
337
335

603
624
624
651
591

Nov.
Nov
Nov.
Nov.

6—
13
20
27

713
673
660
706

470
478
483
519

11,448
11,518
11,554
11,751

5,661
5,726
5,777
5,898

6,058
6,128
6,138
6,258

316
271
299
346

196
189
176
176

2,173
2,214
2,229
2,197

338
332
345
401

Dec.
Dec.
Dec.
Dec.
Dec.

4 ..
11..
18.
24
31..

622
662
779
654
1,055

503
493
476
472
471

11,690
11,787
11,662
11,487
12,023

5,812
5,920
5,767
5,769
5,822

6,113
6,293
6,177
6,108
6,394

321
289
369
315
483

167
152
196
197
198

2,286'
2,365
2,173
2,125
2,200

657
616
645
643
708
583
604
533
591
606
688
754

735
637
622
586
580
533
510
508
498
478
488
483

10,501
10,536
10,615
10,656
10,825
10,834
10,819
10,950
11,195
11,296
11,568
11,730

4,791
4,861
4,999
5,061
5,211
5,459
5,526
5,594
5,646
5,629
5,766
5,818

5,102
5,161
5,287
5,333
5,537
5,730
5,827
5,847
5,927
5,941
6,146
6,217

346
315
357
371
383
311
304
280
310
294
308
355

718
601
527
527
435
375
223
248
264
247
184
182

1,838
1,948
1,938
1,893
1,913
1,898
1,953
2,023
2,132
2,133
2,203
2,210

Date or month

Monthly averages:
January
February _
March
April
May
June
July..
August
September
October ._
November
December. _




IndividInterbank
uals,
CertiTotal
fied
Demand corpoexcept
deposits rations, and
U.S.
interadjusted
etc., officers GovernTotal .
Do- Foreign bank
States checks, ment
liabilities
etc.
and
mestic
political
subdivision!

Do- Foreign
mestic

Borrow- Other Capital
acings liabilities counts

1
1
2
1

301
298
301
302
301

1,465
1,462
1,463
1,464
1,462

4

275
292
273
282

1,458
1,459
1,459
1,457

299
295
289
287

1,460
1,459
1,455
1,453

276
275
274
282

1,461
1,462
1,464
1,465

271
271
267
266
282

1,467
1,469
1,470
1,472
1,469

15

266
251
246
263

1,459
1,456.
1,45*
1.45&

25
17
14

251
264
238
243
242

1,451
1,452
1,453
1,455
1,455

239
249
263
274

1,451
1,451
1,451
1,450

262
263
269
275

1,453
1.450
1,449
1,449

3
3
4
4
4

279
275
281
278
325

1,448
1,449
1,450
1,451
1,452

585
591
585
583

3
4
3
3

321
330
320
330

1,458
1,459
1,459
1,457

407
401
399
401
408

575
572
563
568
566

3
3
2
2
3

356
354
325
313
313

1,462
1,458
1,458
1,458
1,458

122
152
138
162
189
'245
231
239
243
322
354
403

604
611
606
619
618
555
566
600
589
619
586
569

300
281
292
277
271
257
248
256
267
287
325
332

1,463
1,458
1,457
1,463
1,469
1,456
1.453
1,451
1,450
1,450
1,458
1,459

1
1

1

1
1
1

6
6
6
7
7

6
7
7
7

6
7
6
7
7
3
3
4
4
3
4
3

3
20
16

2
11
4

9

10
25

1
1
6
4
3
4
11
2
9

1S4

BANKING AND MONETARY STATISTICS
NO. 49-WEEKLY REPORTING MEMBER BANKS IN NEW YORK CITY
[Wednesday figures. In millions of dollars]
Investments

Loans

Total
loans
.and
investments

Date or month

1936
Jan. 8 .
Jan. 15
Jan. 22... ...
Jan. 29

Total

To
brokers To
others
and
on
dealers
secuin
secu- rities
rities

Real
estate

Open
Other
marTo
loans
banks ket
to
paper
customers

U. S, Government
obligations
Total

Guaranteed

Reserves Caah
with
in
Other Federal vault
secu- Reserve
rities Bank i

Balances
Tfith
domes tie
banks

Total

Direct

3,315
3,311
3,368 i
3,391 |

387
395
401
413

1.031
1,034
1,039
1,109

2,431
2,490
2,509
2,561

56
5S
52
53

77
78
75
75

3,422 !

..

7,900
7,906
7,940
8,000

3,167
3,166
3,132
3,087

967
971
954
924

735
730
728
729

127
128
128
127

1,121
1,127
1,118
1,111

42
36
31
28

175
174
173
168

4,733
4,740
4,808
4,913

3,702
3,706
3,769
3,804

.

8,028
8,072
8,094
8,048

3,075
3,098
3,104
3,091

920
943
944
930

731
731
738
736

127
127
134
134

1,102
1,101
1,095
1,100

33
33
33
31

162
163
160
160

4,953
4,974
4,990
4,957

3,842
3,864
3,874
3,875

3,438 i
3,431

420
434
436
444

1,111
1,110
1,116
1,082

2,487
2,418
2,498
2,533

50
52
50
54

81
80
80
77

Mar. 4
Mar. 11
Mar. 18
Mar. 25

8,296
8,457
8,410
8,400

3,250
3,288
3,250
3,197

1,031
1,089
1,010
962

742
744
758
755

135
135
135
136

1,158
1,128
1,138
1,141

29
33
49
45

155
159
160
158

5,046
5,169
5,160
5,203

3,930 3,451
4,033 3,522 i
4,003 : 3,466
4,025 j 3,476

479
511
537
549

1,116
1,136
1,157
1,178

2,390
2,225
U989
1,949

49
52
4£
51

75
79
78
78

Apr. 1
Apr. 8.,..
Apr. 15
Apr. 22_. ... .
Apr, 29

8,533
8,514
8,556
8,561
8,571

3,296
3,292
3,292
3,277
3,282

1,019
1,011
1,047
1,036
1,056

758
763
737
740
739

134
134
131
131
130

1,165
1,184
1,183
1,179
1,164

52
35
31
28
34

168
165
163
163
159

5,237
5,222
5,264
5,284
5,289

4,035 ' 3,485
4,048 3,499
4,065 3,506
4,072 1 3,523
4,093 j 3,545

550
549
559
549
548

1,202
1,174
1,199
1,212
1,196

1,892
1,910
1,972
2,009
2,056

48
51
50
51
55

86
77
83
76
74

May 6
8,635
May 13_...._. ..... 8,550
May 20
8,561
May 27
8,595

3,333
3,268
3,247
3,199

1,048*
993
990
968

754
750
750
748

133
133
133
133

1,177
1,179
1,204
1,185

68
97
29
31

153
146
141
134

5,302
5,282
5,314
5,396

4,123 3,581
4,166 I 3,618
4,198 3,655
4,280 ; 3,734

542
548
543
546

1,179
1,116
1,116
1,116

2,119
2,212
2,294
2,313

50
53
51
55

81
71
71
73

June 3
June 10
June 17=
June 24

8,959
8,917
9,075
8,998

3,472
3,427
3,392
3,294

1,176
1,115
1,084
1,030

756
761
767
765

133
133
133
133

1,222
1,212
i,206
1,196

57
74
72
31

128
132
130
139

5,487
5,490
5,683
5,704

4,366 1 3,809
4.377 3,814
4,518 i 3,954
4,566 ! 4,007

557
563
564
559

1,121
1,113
1,165
1,138

2,163
2,335
1,791
1,906

51

5^J
52
55

76
74
78
76

July 1
July 8 .
July 15
July 22
July 29

9,063
3,906
8,884
8,754
8,694

3,324
3,270
3,279
3,198
3,161

1,004
960
978
970
938

765
760
753
727
722

133
133
132
133
133

I,2c9
1,256
1,257
1,215
1,215-

27
27
26
25
27

136
134
133
128
126

5,739
5,636
5,605
5,556
5,533

4,582
4,497
4,464
4,410
4,385

! 4,036
t 3,976
' 3,945
1 3,894
| 3,880

546
521
519
516
505

1,157
1.139
1,141
1,146
1,148

2,004
2,076

2,m

2,289
2,350

5*
54
50
51
53

82
78
81
78
78

_ . .

8,627
8,621
8,596
8,585

3,153
3,160
3,165
3,213

945
943
936
971

698
692
696
702

133
133
132
132

1,226
1,238
1,253
1,262

29
33
32
33

122
121
116
113

5,474
5,461
5,431
5,372

4,354
4,341
4,302
4,240

3,863
3,853
3,856
3,800

491
488
446
440

1,120
1,120
1,129
1,132

2,369
2,355
2,290
2,412

50
5$
50
51

74
75
71
71

.

8,615
8,758
8,803
8,786
8,803

3,220
3,351
3,355
3,348
3,423

§84
1.052
1,013
997
.1,008

691
709
709
710
715

132
132
133
133
130

1,268
1,291
1,321
1,326
1,372

33
56
65
64
82

112
111
114
118
116

5,395
5,407
5,448
5,438
5,380

4,273 3,826
4,282 3,832
4,317
3,863
4,306 3,843
4,251 1 3,784

447
450
454
463
467 ;

1,122
1,125
1,131
1,132
1,129

2,457
2,388
2,265
2,303
2,354

50
53
51
53
52

69
70
74
71
76

8,716
8,687
8,692
8,653

3,3643,363
3,407
3,384

993
971
1,001
972

709
705
702
705

131
131
131
131

1,386
1,412
1,424
1.426

25
23
24
23

120
121
125
127

5,352
5,324
5,285
5,269

4,254 3,794
4,230 3,768
4,201 i 3,742
4,202 3,738

460
462
459
464

1,098
1,094
1,084
1,067

2,411
2,429
2,495
2,509

53
58
53
56

72
73
76
77

8,608
8,642
8,611
8,625

3,389
3,420
3,415
3,455

981
973
951
1,006

707
712
713
707

131
130
130
131

1,415
1,430
1,458
1,444

24
39
26
32

131
136
137
135

5,219
5,222
5,196
5,170^

3,722
4,186
4,204 3,742
4,185 | 3,722
4,153 j 3,699

464
462
463
454

1,033 2,496
1,018 2,610
1,011 ' 2,592
1,017 2,602

59
55
56
60

76
78
79
81

8,680
8,745
8,777
8,800
8,749

3,456
3,515
3,609
3,666
3,656

1,002
1,059
1,056
1,067
1,080

706
701
726
719
708

130
130
130
130
129

1,451
1,464
1,529
1,559
1,556

32
25
27
49
38

135
136
141
142
145

5,224
5,230
5,168
5,134
5,093

4,175 i 3,722
4.176
3,722
4,108 3,661
4,099 3,647
4,030 3.579 !

453 1,049
454 : 1,054
447 : 1,060
452 1,035
451 1,063

2,547
2,486
2,582
2,465
2,467

SG
61
61
66
66

84
79
87
88
90

7,937
8,061
8,391
8,547
8,585
8,987
8,860
8,607
8,753
8,687
8,622
8,750

3.138
3,4)92
3,246
3,288
3,261
3,396
3,246
3,173
3,339
3,379
3,420
3,581

954
934
1,023
1,034
1,000
1,101
970
949
1,011
984
978
1,053

730
734
750
747
750
762
745
697
707
705
710
712

128
130
135
132
133
133
133
132
132
131
130
130

1,119
1,100
1,141
1,175
1,186
1.209
1,241
1,245
1,315
1,412
1,437
1,512

34
33
39
36
48
59
26
32
60
24
30
34

173
161
158
164
144
132
131
118
114
123
135
140

4,799
4,969
5,145
5,259
5,324
5,591
5,614
5,434
5,414
5,308
5,202
5,169

3,745 3,346 !
3,864 3,430
3,998 3,479
4,062 1 3,511 (
4,192 3,647
4,457 3,896
4,468 3,946
4,309 3,843 ,
4,286 3,830
4,222 3,761
4,182 3,721
4,117
3,666

399
434
519
551
545
561
522
466
456
461
461
451

1,054
2,498
1,105 2,484
1,147 1 2,138
1.197 1,968
1,132 2,234
1,134
2,049
1,146 • 2,178
1,125 2,357
1,128 2,354
1,086 2,461
1,020 2,575
1,052 2,509

53
51,
51
51
52
S3
52
51
52
55
58
63

76
79
77
79
74
76
80
73
72
74
78
86

Feb. 5_.
Feb. 12
Feb. 19.
Feb. 26

Aug. 5
Aug. 12.
Aug. 19.
Aug. 26

.
„

Sept, 2
Sept. 9
Sept. 16
Sept. 23
Sept. 30

Oct. 7
Oct, 14,,_
Oct. 21.
Oct. 28
Nov. 4
Nov 10
Nov. 18
Nov. 25
Dec.
Dec
Dec.
Dec.
Dec.

2
9
16
23.
30

_ .
. .
_

Monthly averages:
January
February
„
March
, .
April
May
June
July
August
September
.. _
October .
November
December




; 3,430

l

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185

PRINCIPAL ASSETS AND LIABILITIES, WEEKLY AND MONTHLY, 1911-1941-fomtinued
[Wednesday figures. In millions of dollars]
Demand deposits

Time deposits

Total
assets

Cash
items
in
process
of
collection

Other
assets

1936
Jan. 8 _ . _
Jan. 16
Jan. 22
. .
Jan. 29

635
794
655
598

463
478
473
473

11,562
11,799
11,704
11,760

5,704
5,719
5,785
5,907

5,980
6,115
6,099
6,211

359
398
341
294

197
197
162
162

2,314
2,370
2,383
2,368

395
403
397
3G7

544
543
541
535

3
3
3

Feb. 5
Feb. 12,
Feb. 19
Feb. 26,

545
722
629
612

469
472
471
475

11,660
11,816
11.822
11,799

5,935
5,957
6,028
6,020

6,209
6,340
6,312
6,318

271
339
345
314

161
144
137
131

2,340
2,320
2,345
2,339

376
370
364
361

537
532
637
542

3
3
3
3

753
848
688
660

471
468
457
463

12,034
12,129
11,671

11,601

5,950
5,953
5,831
5,869

6,265
6,315
6,158
6,177

438
486
361
352

131
131
198
197

2,466
2,451
2,270
2,187

357
349
343
337

537
543
541
546

3
4
3
3

978
567
1,036
623
741

485
467
472
471
435

12,022
11,586
12,169
11,791
11.992

5,927
5,944
5,921
5,894
6,052 ,

6,416
6,225
6,437
6,316
6,437

489
286
520
301
356

198
198
198
196
196

2,233
2,240
2,376
2,317
2,293

339
329
319
318
318

546
533
532
545
576

3
3
3
4
4

__

608
573
550
528

505
502
482
485

11,998
11,961
12,009
12,049

6,126
6,103
6,162
6,309

6,421
6,440
6,456
6,596

313
236
256
241

196
196
198
194

2,291
2,318
2,323
2,278

343
347
347
344

602
583
578
561

4
4
4
4

—_
_ __-_
...

716
570
744
571

504
510
495
476

12,469
12,458
12,235
12,082

6,385
6,387
6,221
6,251

6,717
6,671
6,587
6,565

384
286
378
257

195
194
196
192

2,326
2,408
2,242
2,263

374
425
444
419

549
550
542
547

4
4
4
4

July 1_
.
JulyS
July 15. .
July 22
_....
July 29
_

1,244
546
759
524
652

481
460
456
465
470

12,928
12,120
12,403
12,161
12,297

6,215
6,170
6,194
6,255
6,269

6,844
6,443
6,641
6,525
6,569

615
273
312
254
352

192
193
191
191
191

2,535
2,464
2,521
2,437
2,429

394
397
390
393
379

550
549
551
561
570

4
4
4
4
4

474
544
507
803

451
459
451
454

12,045
12,108
11,965
12,376

6,195
6,229
6,240
6,348

6,444
6,537
6,520
6,714

225
236
227
437

191
191
191
191

2,460
2,425
2,314
2,321

377
372
369
370

573
571
562
569

4
4
4
4

Sept. 2
Sept. 9
Sept. 16
Sept. 23
Sept. 30 _

591
647
708
536
784

459
465
453
466
499

12,241
12,381
12,354
12,215
12,568

6,341
6,334
6,307
6,371
6,320

6,640
6,611
6,687
6,675
6,758

292
370
328
232
346

191
190
193
193
193

2,403
2,387
2,405
2,365
2,431

368
366
372
385
444

577
571
567
561
598

4
4
4
4
4

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

7
14
21
28

597
718
623
637

475
457
452
463

12,324
12.422
12,391
12,395

6,266
6,217
6,334
6.385

6,577
6,678
6,685
6,730

286
257
272
292

193
193
164
137

2,445
2,463
2,446
2,423

429
439
421
418

605
613
611
609

4
4
4
4

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

4__
10
18
25

706
886
795
793

465
456
462
489

12,410
12.727
12,595
12,650

6,289
6,396
6,360
6.405

6,696
6,766
6,774
6,788

299
516
381
.410

117

111

97
82

2.496
2,545
2,534
2,541

405
414
404
411

591
567
580
592

4
4
4
4

Dec.
Dec.
Dec
Dec.
Dec.

2
9.
16
23
30.

811
724
972
867
1,016

496
487
480
503
496

12,674
12,582
12,956
12,792
12,884

6,417
6,387
6,445
6,452
6,448

6,835
6,750
6,990
6,909
6,981

393
361
427
410
483

83
83
203
203
203

2,536
2.501
2,498
2.428
2.380

404
405
407
383
386

613
605
614
614
621

4
4
4
4
4

670
627
737
789
565
650
745
582
653
644
795
878

472
472
465
478
494
496
466
454
468
462
468
492

11,706
11,774
11,859
11,612
12,004
12,311
12,381
12,124
12,352
12,383
12,596
12.778

5,779
5,985
5,901
5,968
6,175
6.311
6,221
6,253
6,335
6*301
6,363
6.430

6,101
6,295
6,229
6,366
6,478
6,635
6,804
6,554
6,674
6,667
6,756
6.893

348
317
409
390
261
326
361
281
313
277
402
415

180
143
164
197
196
194
192
191
192'
172
102
155

2,359
2,336
2,343
2,292
2,303
2,310
2,477
2,380
2,399
2,444
2,529
2.468

398
368
347
325
345
416
391
372
387
427
408
397

540
537
542
547
581
547
556
569
575
610
583
613

Date or month

____

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

4
11
18
25

Apr.
Apr,
Apr.
Apr.
Apr.

1
8
15
22
29

May
May
May
May

6.
13 .
20
27

June 3..
June 10
June 17. _
June 24

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

_„..

5
12
IS26

Montbly averages:
January.- -_
February
March
April
May. ,
_
June
July.
Avgus*
September
October
November
December




IndividInterbank
uals,
Certified
Demand corpoTotal
deposits rations, and
U.S.
except
adjusted
etc., officers GoverninterTotal
Do- Foreign bank
States checks, ment
etc.
and
liabilities
mestic
political
subdivisions

Interbank

Do- Foreign
mestic

::::::

3
3
3
3

Borrow - Other Capital
ings liabiliacties counts

310
309
313
326

1,460
1,461
1,463
1,464

301
305
315
327

1,462
1,463
1,464
1,464

370
377
318
326

1,467
1,461
1,461
1,462

314
301
318
326
345

1,464
1,465
1,466
1,468
1,467

356
364
379
363

1,472
1,473
1,468
1,468

447
443
365
367

1,473
1,472
1,467
1,468

363
368
364
367
375

1,431
1,429
1,429
1,429
1,428

344
345
348
341

1,427
1,427
1,428
1,427

331
434
344
359
366

1,432
1,427
1,425
1,425
1,428

354
345
355
350

1,431
1,430
1,433
1,432

2
2

362
363
377
376

1.440
1,441
1,442
1,444

~~~2<r
22

356
421
364
364
353

1.450
1,452
1,452
1,451
1,451

314
312
348
321
366
407
367
345
367
351
369
372

1,462
1,463
1.463
1,466
1,470
1,470
1.429
1,427
1,427
1,431
1,442
1.451

2

12
18
14
20
6

10

2
2
3
21
29
16

1
11
5
2
1
14
1
10

186

BANKING AND MONETARY STATISTICS
NO. 49-WEEKLY REPORTING MEMBER BANKS IN NEW YORK CITY[Wednesday figures. In millions of dollars]
Loans1

Investments
1

ReMemoranda
To
U. S. Government
serves
BalFor CombrokOther
with Caeh ances
obligations
Open pur- merloans
To
ers
Fedin
with
To mar- chas- cial,
and others Real
to
Other eral vault doing indus- Other Total
Total dealers on estate cus- banks ket
secu- Remestio
secupaper or
tomtrial loans
Total Direct Guar- rities serve
banks
carry- and
ers
secu- rities
anteed
Bank
ing agririties
secu- culrities" tural

Date or
month

Total
loam
and
Investments

J»n
Jan
Jan
Jan

1937
6
13
20
27

8,679
8,634
8,568
8,542

3,576
3,544
3,497
3,509

1,042
1,021
1,018
1,016

696
704
705
731

130
130
129
129

1,529
1,512
1,475
1,462

28
26
27
30

151
151
143
141

5,103
5,090
5,071
5,033

4,047
4,027
4,006
3,948

3,597
3,573
3,555
3,494

450
454
451
454

1,056
1,063
1,065
1,085

2,469
2,544
)2,590
2,656

58
58
54
54

82
81
79
82

Feb
Feb
Feb
Feb

3
10
17
24

8,513
8,488
8,538
8,633

3,497
998
3,509 1,007
3,506 1,009
3,571 1,053

741
732
725
727

129
129
128
128

1,463
1,461
1,461
1,476

30
44
47
50

136
136
136
137

5,016
4,979
5,032
5,062

3,919
3,898
3,899
3,917

3,464
3,444
3,447
3,466

455
454
452
451

1,097
1,081
1,133
1,145

2,658
2,697
2,677
2,648

50
57
50
54

81
77
81
82

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

3
10
17
24
31

8,691
8,752
8,691
8,597
8,524

3,611
3,717
3,756
3,738
3,719

1,060
1,147
1,136
1,120
1,092

730
725
735
736
739

128
128
128
128
127

1,496
1,532
1,568
1,561
1,584

56
50
60
61
51

141
135
129
132
126

5,080
5,035
4,935
4,859
4,805

3,918
3,868
3,760
3,683
3,627

3,466
3,421
3,309
3,226
3,171

452
447
451
457
456

1,162
1,167
1,175
1,176
1,178

2,474
2,500
2,545
2,440
2,569

49 1
SO
49
49
49

80
78
82
79
85

Apr
Apr
Apr
Apr

7
14
21
28

8,449
8,386
8,350
8,353

3,715 1,081
3,718 1,076
3,721 1,084
3,744 1.102

740
736
731
728

127
127
129
129

1,598
1,622
1,621
1,621

49
45
46
51

120
112
110
113

4,734
4,668
4,629
4,609

3,596
3,548
3,515
3,511

3,148
3,106
3,076
3,072

448
442
439
439

1,138
1,120
1,114
1,098

2,485
2,622
2,579
2,562

50
54
50
58

75
77
74
71

May
May
May
May

5
12
19
26.

8,379
8,322
8,318
8,320

3,814
3,805
3,787
3,808

1,147
1,119
1,127
1,124

732
734
751
746

129
130
129
129

1,623
1,641
1,547
1,582

79
80
76
69

104
101
157
158

277 1,631
276 1,639

4,565
4,517
408 4,531
413 4,512

3,476
3,461
3,456
3,443

3,034
3,027
3,022
3,014

442
434
434
429

1,089
1,056
1,075
1,069

2,430
2,480
2,496
2,561

55
55
51
54

71
72
68
71

June 2 .......
June 9
June 16.
,..>
June 23
June 30..,.-,.

8,392
8,474
8,606
8,513
8,470

3,856
3,921
4,011
4,032
4,026

1,140
1,168
1,169
1,217
1,227

753
753
758
761
766

129
131
131
134
133

1,600
1,626
1,664
1,656
1,673

74
81
126
100
61

160
162
163
164
166

280
278
278
278
279

1,660
1,683
1,717
1,712
1,724

413
418
427
427
436

4,536
4,553
4,595
4,481
4,444

3,488
3,503
3,581
3,461
3,447

3,060
3,062
3,141
3,023
3,010

428
441
440
438
437

1,048
1,050
1,014
1,020
997

2,440
2,498
2,478
2,509
2,603

64
51
48
49
54

70
62
69
64
67

July 7._ „ _ - _ „ „
July 14
July 21. _ . _ - . July 28 ....

8,417
8,325
8,359
8,399

4,000
3,959
3,964
3,978

1,207
1,147
1,142
1.141

756
759
751
752

134
134
135
134

1,666
1,691
1,686
1,681

73
66
91
110

164
162
159
160

279
274
270
272

1,721
1,758
1,753
1,736

422
418
414
425

4,417
4,366
4,395
4,421

3,435
3,395
3,424
3,455

3,006
2,968
2,966
3,004

429
427
458
451

982
971
971
966

2,462
2,514
2,508
2,458

52
55
48
51

68
68
67
68

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

4
11
18....,=
25

8,428
8,323
8,330
8,340

4,031
3,996
4,021
4,036

1,175
1,143
1,136
1,140

738
739
740
740

134
135
135
134

1,700
1,718
1,744
1,757

124
99
103
102

160
162
163
163

272
271
269
267

1,741
1,759
1,788
1,801

425
427
427
429

4,397
4,327
4,309
4,304

3,424
3,353
3,340
3,338

2,978
2,921
2,937
2,940

443
432
403
398

973
974
969
966

2,311
2,342
2,388
2,408

49
52
49
50

67
66
65
65

Sept. 1 ......
Sept. 8
Sept. 15..-.^
Sept. 22
Sept. 29..., = =

8,377
8,370
8,285
8,165
8,166

4,085
4,083
4,049
4,000
3,981

1,171
1,146
1,118
1,074
1,030

744
732
720
715
722

134
134
135
135
134

1,771
1,802
1,832
1,839
1,855

101
105
77
68
64

164
164
167
169
176

275
259
248
243
249

1,818
1,852
1,876
1,883
1,901

422
423
428
428
427

4,292
4,287
4,236
4,165
4,185

3,331
3,329
3,294
3,176
3,174

2,933
2,932
2,896
2,785
2,786

398
961
397
958
942
398
391
989
388 1,011

2,412
2,360
2,475
2,644
2,746

48
53
51
55
§9

65
68
67
64
66

8,132
„ 8,151
8,075
7,914

3,948
3,969
3,903
3,702

982
968
929
779

720
720
708
702

135
135
135
134

1,867
1,897
1,878
1,846

61
66
66
55

183
183
187
186

248
245
240
238

1,912
1,946
1,922
1,884

427
426
424
426

4,184
4,182
4,172
4,212

3,193
3,197
3,138
3,238

2,802
2,806
2,799
2,849

391
391
389
389

991
985
984
974

i 2,634
2,551
2,578
2,624

55
64
5S
62

64
67
69
68

7,913
3
10,. ... 7,888
7,867
17
24.. ... 7,833

3,657
3,628
3,578
3,559

732
709
701
718

711
711
711
705

134
134
133
132

1,839
1,849
1,815
1,787

59
37
28
27

182
188
190
190

238
237
236
233

1,881
1,888
1,860
1,831

431
435
430
428

4,256
4,280
4,289
4,274

3,299
3,311
3,342
3,354

2,907
2,929
2,958
2,976

392
382
384
378

957
949
947
920

2,539
2,4§9
2,551
2,569

62
62
54
59

68
68
72
69

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oet
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

6
13 .
20
27

701
229 1,810
433 4,285 3,365 2,990
30
710
191
131 1,771
375
Dec. 1 -...„„ 7,819 3,534
920 2,543 1 52
76
702
232 1,801
38
770
191
131 1,758
427 4,337 3,413 3,049
364
924 2,451
Dec, 8 .. ... 7,927 3,590
56
66
232 1,809
732
194
701
48
130 1,765
425 4,411 3,470 3,111
7,981 3,570
Dec 15
359
941 2,530
GO
73
714
227 1,794
36
194
128 1,755
691
425 4,351 3,405 3,046
7,869 3,518
946 2,515 j 69
Dee. 22
359
71
192
683
217 1,787
435 4,344 3,397 3,031
34
719
129 1,756
Dec. 29 ...... 7,857 3,513
366
947 2,553
61
73
Monthly
averages:
5,074 4,007 3,555
146
130 1,495
709
28
452- 1,067 2,565
January.... 8,606 3,532 1,024
56
81
5,022 3,908 3,455
731
43
136
129 1,465
February.. 8,543 3,521 1,017
453 1,114 2,670
53
80
733
4,943 3,771 3,319 j 452 1,172 1 2,508
133
128 1,548
55
8,651 3,708 1,111
March.,...
49
81
114
734
48
4,660 3,542 3,100 442 1,118 i 2,562 i S3
128 1,616
8,385 3,725 1,085
April
74
741
130
129 1,598
76
8,335 3,804 1,129
435 1,072 2,492
4,531 3,459 3,024
May
54
70
163
132 1,644
758
424 4,522 3,496 3,059
279 1,699
88
8,491 3,969 1,184
437 1,026 2,506
53
June
66
754
274 1,742
85
161
134 1,682
420 4,400 ,427
8,375 3,975 1,159
,986 i 441
973 2,486
51 j 68
July
162
739
427 4,334 ,364 ,944
270 1,772
107
135 1,730
8,355 4,021 1,148
420
August.
970 2,362
50
66
727
83
168
134 1.820
426 4,233 3,261 ,866
255 1,866
395 1 972 2,527
September . 8,273 4,040 1,108
53
66
62
185
713
425 4,187 ,204 ,814
243 1,916
915
8,068 3,881
135 1,871
October
390
933 2,597
60
67
710
38
715
187
133 1,822
431 4,270 ,327
236 1,865
,943
384
November _ 7,875 3,605
943 2,540
59
69
192
696
3,545
429 4,346 ,410 3,045
228 1,800
37
729
130 1,761
365
December.. 7,891
936 2,518
60
72
1
The loan classification was revised in May (see explanation in accompanying text), and beginning with. May 19 the figures in the third,
fourth, sixth and eighth columns, particularly the eighth column, are not strictly comparable with those previously published. For gome time
figures \vere reported on a basis which permitted an approximately comparable continuation of the old series, in addition to providing the new
series. Thus, columns three to eight give approximately the old series of loans, while columns three, five, seven and eight together with the three
memorandum columns give the new series.
2
Except to brokers and dealers in securities.




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PRINCIPAL ASSETS AND LIABILITIES, WEEKLY AND MONTHLY, 1919-1941-Continued
[Wednesday figures. In millions of dollars]
Time deposits

Demand deposits
Total
assets

Interbank
Individuals,
Certified
Demand corpoTotal
deposits rations,
U.S.
and
except
adjusted
officers' Governetc.,
interDo- Foreign bank
States checks, ment
Total
etc.
liabilities
mestic
and
political
subdivisions

Cash
items
in
process
of
collection

Date or month

Other
assets

710
769
654
725

489
489
497
498

12,487
12,575
12,442
12,557

6,367
6,392
6,431
6,427

6,726
6,795
6,790
6,821

351
366
295
331

204
193
169
159

2,432
2,431
2,393
2,428

375
375
384
378

602
597
600
606

4
3
3
3

1937

Interbank

•Dc^ Foreign
meatic

329
349
334
362

1,464
1,466
1,467
1,469

3
3
3
3

362
367
371
369

1,473
1,475
1,475
1,475

3
3
3
4
4

353
377
371
372
372

1,477
1,471
1,469
1,471
1,472

4

383
401
390
405

1,473
1,472
1,472
1,470

29
8
15

387
393
389
409

1.475
1,476
1,475
1,474

9
14
53
31

399
413
405
404
400

1,478
1,477
1,477
1,475
1,478

4
15
25

402
401
401
396

1,475
1,474
1.475
1,474

16
14
13
13

29
28
24
0

388
375
374'
378

1,482
1,483
1,483
1.479

714
730
722
727
734

11
,10
13
20
19

8
20
5

376
381
388
403
401

1,483
1,480
1,474
1,474
1,473

486
482
459
436

725
720
734
734

19
18
17
17

384
377
384
375

1,478
1.478
1,478
1,479

,954
,895
,959
,952

421
393
380
367

736
759
751
742

16
16
15
15

374
377
383
388

1.480
1,481
1,480
1,480

228
228
364
364
364

,985
,936
2,021
1,972
2,005

362
353
366
398
397

722
662
662
665
660

18
17
12
7
6

373
374
366
367
360

1,483
1,483
1,483
1,484
1,484

181
138
131
105
50
179
233
275
346
303
232
310

2,421
2,392
2,233
2,149
1,926
,911
,940
,863
,896
,941
,940
,984

378
375
392
436
490
540
563
524
516
466
390
375

601
631
680
671
697
723
746
726
726
728
747
674

3
3
3
4
6
11
14
14
14
18
15
12

343
367
369
395
394
404
400
379
390
380
381
368

1,467
1,474
1,472
1,472
1,475
1,477
1,475
1,482
1,477
1,478
1,481
1,483

Jan.
Jan.
Jan
Jan.

6
13
20
27

Feb.
Feb
Feb
Feb

3
10
17
24

680
704
827
857

494
492
490
485

12,476
12,515
12,663
12,759

6,419
6,453
6,439
6,515

6,751
6,786
6,854
6,910

348
371
412
462

146
136
135
134

2,393
2,381
2,408
2,385

381
368
373
376

619
628
632
645

Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar
Mar

3
10
17
24
31

694
838
794
744
800

491
508
470
477
482

12,479
12,726
12,631
12,386
12,509

6,453
6,571
6,503
6,407
6,525

6,804
6,950
6,887
6,749
6,998

343
459
410
402
327

135
134
136
124
124

2,294
2,280
2,289
2,195
2,107

382
378
395
397
410

688
674
671
672
695

Apr.
Apr
Apr.
Apr

7
14
21
28

630
675
611
680

493
469
467
478

12,182
12,283
12,131
12,202

6,342
6,300
6,311
6,324

6,675
6,706
6,656
6,720

297
269
266
284

124
124
86
86

2,158
2,197
2,138
2,101

395
439
448
461

673
671
671
671

May 5
May 12
May 19
May 26

568
661
630
629

477
481
488
483

11,980
12,071
12,051
12,118

6,333
6,338
6,392
6,465

6,646
6,716
6,740
6,819

255
283
282
275

66
53
41
41

,983
,936
,916
,867

477
496
483
504

658
704
704
721

4
6
6
8

June 2
June 9
June 16'
June 23
June 30

699
567
762
602
949

-480
481
469
471
467

12,145
12,133
12,432
12,208
12,610

6,359
6,501
6,263
6,252
6,243

6,771
6,777
6,707
6,596
6,792

287
291
318
258
400

23
4
289
289
289

,933
,896
,905
,863
.957

509
527
541
559
564

727
724
726
722
718

9
10
11
11
12

July 7
July 14
July 21
July 28

739
642
616
635

460
460
456
446

12,198
12,064
12,054
12,057

6,011
6,061
6,071
6,073

6,385
6,423
6,398
6,412

365
280
289
296

248
235
224
224

,985
,927
,929
,918

579
570
566
538

742
741
743
759

13
13
14
15

Aug.
Aug
Aug
Aug.

4
11
18
25

541
529
516
578

445
449
451
454

11,841
11,761
11,799
11,895

5,978
5,968
5,998
6,049

6,255
6,279
6,306
6,351

264
218
208
276

239
258
284
317

,897
,858
,870
,829

539
529
517
511

732
719
720
732

Sept. 1
Sept 8
Sept 15
Sept 22
Sept. 29

764
558
955
663
671

467
463
453
459
454

12,133
11,872
12,286
12,050
12,162

6,060'
5,999
5,928
5,965
6,085

6,451
6,275
6,420
6,361
6,479

373
282
463
267
277

334
346
346
352
352

,858
,822
,944
,935
,920

525
526
511
511
507

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

572
750
694
683

457
460
463
458

11,914
12,043
11,937
11,809

5,908
5,948
5,947
5,941

6,229
6,429
6,312
6*324

251
269
329
300

353
325
279
257

,989
,944
,942
,887

786
712
701
582

462
482
485
483

11,830
11,711
11,730
U.595

5,812
5,850
5,833
5,841

6,266
6,245
6,232
6,169

332
317
302
254

245
228
228
228

_

725
563
1,034
733
691

483
477
470
468
467

11,698
11,540
12,148
11,725
11,702

5,802
5,917
5,826
5,732
5,731

6,235
6,223
6,408
6,151
6.142

292
257
452
314
280

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

714
767
774
649
622
716
658
541
722
675
695
749

493
490
485
477
482
474
455
450
459
459
478
473

12,515
12,603
12,546
12,200
12,055
12,306
12,093
11,824
12,100
11,926
11,716
11,763

6,404
6,457
6,492
6,319
6,382
6,324
6,054
5,998
6,007
5,936
5,834
5,802

6.783
£825
6,878
6,689
6,730
6,729
6,404
6,298
6,397
&, 324
6,228
6,232

336
398
388
279
274
311
307
241
332
287
301
319

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

—

6
13
20
27
3
10
17
24

Dec. 1
Deo, 8
Dec. 15
Dec. 22
Dec 29

_




Borrow, Other Capital
ings liabiliacties counts

7

4
4
4

1
3

6

7
14
3
4
2

13
21
11
22

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188

NO. 49-WEEKLY REPORTING MEMBER BANKS IN NEW YORK CITY[Wednesday figures. In million of dollars]
Loans

Date or month

Total
loans
and
investments

Investments

i

Total

For
Compurchasing
mercial, Open or carrying
securities
indus- marReal To
To
ket
trial
estate hanks Other
and paper brokers
agriTo
and others
culdealtural
ers

Re- i
Balserves
with Cash ances
Fedin
with
Other eral
vault dosecu- Remustie
Direst Guar- rities serve
banks
Bank
anteed!

U. S. Government
obligations
Total

Total

1938
Jan. 5
Jan. 12.....
Jan. 19
Jan. 26.. .- _ _ _ _ _ _

7,776
7,852
7,852
7,857

3,417
3,413
3,344
3,317

1,746
1,740
1,706
1,686

191
186
181
176

674
682
654
651

214
213
212
212

128
129
128
128

38
37
38
38

426
426
425
426

4,359
4,439
4,508
4,540

3,427
3,452
3,513
3,546

3,052
3,069
3,121
3,150

932
987
995
994

2,586
2,660
2,718
2,769

56
56
51
52

73
71
73
67

Feb. 2
Feb . 9
Feb. 16
Feb. 23

7,823
7,818
7,837
7,826

3,285
3,244
3,267
3,242

1,703
1,709
1,706
1,698

175
171
165
163

611
572
588
578

211
211
213
212

127
127
126
126

36
36
46
40

422
4J8
423
425

4,538
4,574
4,570
4,584

3,521
3,552
3,528
3,538

3,123 1 398 ,017
3,151 j 401 ,022
3,123 405 ; ,042
411 ,046
3,127

2,764
2,676
2,695
2,741

49
52
49 l
54

65
65
67
65

7,833
7,867
7,724
7,584
7,576

3,281
3,367
3,243
3,187
3,158

1,690
1,687
1,672
1,657
1,649

160
158
155
152
150

608
700
603
575
542

215
214
215
208
205

126
125
125
118
119

54
59
48
£5
66

4,552
428
424 ! 4,500
4,481
425
422 ! 4,397
427
4,418

3,491
3,433
3,430
3,280
3,263

3,071
3,016
3,003
2,851
2,829

420
417
427
429
434

,061
,067
,051
,117
,155

2,712
2,788
2,824
2 938
2^958

43
51
47
49
55

69
68
70

3,103
3,032
3,090
3,087

1,643
1,638
1,626
1,607

151
146
146
144

503
440
496
516

201
199
201
204

118
118
118
118

70
75
83
79

417
416
420
419

4,502
4,567
4,591
4,618

3,360
3,422
3,4€8
3,503

2,925
2,987
3,030
3,039

435 ,142
435 ,145
438 1 ,123
464 ,115

2,817
2,891
3,007
3,070

51
53
50
53

66
66
67
70

2,926
2,957
3,019 ,
3,136

50
51
50
51

65
67
71
76

Mar. 2
Mar. 9.
Mar. 16
Mar 23
Mar. 30

_„_.
——

375
383
392
396

m
76

Apr.
Apr.
Apr.
Apr.

6
13
20.
27

_ ..

7,605
7,599
7,681
7,705

May
May
May
May

4
1! .
18
25...

__....
„....

7,702
7,694
7,562
7,500

3,056
3,018
2,998
2,957

1,575
1,576
1,562
1,546

144
143
137
134

515
468
462
447

207
206
204
204

118
118
118
118

80
92
92
84

417
415
423
424

4,646
4,676
4,564
4,543

3,601
3,636
3,590
3,561

3,060
3,076
3,025
2,972

541
560
565
589

June 1...
__ .,_„
June 8
June 15
June 22.
June 29. „ _ - - - - - - _._

7,482
7,947
7,793
7,584
7,552

2,964
3,244
3,009
2,974
3,000

1,527
1,511
1,514
1,501
1,504

134
133
131
130
129

472
714
522
515
520

203
200
197
197
201

118
118
118
119
118

85
139
93
84
86

425
429
434
428
442

4,518
4,703
4,784
4,610
4,552

3,538
3,684
3,757
3,574
3,563

2,926
3,041
3,105
2,911
2,885

612
980 3,214
643 1,019 3,091
652 1,027
3,174
663 1,036 3,219
678
989 3,339

57
52
49
50
58

81
80
73
71
71

July 6
July 13.....
,
July 20
July 27..=... _ _ _ _ _ _

7,494
7,449
7,537
7,490

2,968
2,932
2,910
2,879

1,463
1,464
1,451
1,450

130
132
131
131

537
496
486
469

195
193
194
193

118
119
117
118

92
93
101
88

433
435
430
430

4,526
4,517
4,627
4,611

3,528
3,524
3,568
3,557

2,844
2,837
2,815
2,787

684
998 3,277
687
993 3,412
753 1,059 3,444
770 1,054 3,386

53
52
49
52

72
77
76
70

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

3
10... '
17
24...
.__,_
31 _
.. ..

7,488
7,527
7,542
7,613
7,751

2,877
2,915
2,942
2,951
3,007

1,443
1,460
1,470
1,480
1,479

132
132
133
132
136

474
499
508
507
561

192
191
196
198
197

118
118
118
118
118

83
79
89
87
84

435
436
428
429
432

4,611
4,612
4,600
4,662
4,744

3,559
3,566
3,554
3,617
3,664

2,778
2,780
2,781
2,820
2,869

781
786
773
797
795

1,052
1,046
1,046
1,045
1,080

3,313 !
3,301
3,339
3,375
3,425

48 i
50
50
51
52

69
69
70
69
70

Sept. 7...... _ _ _ _ _ _
Sept. 14
Sept. 21
Sept. 28
_. _.

7,710
7,773
7,865
7,839

2,973
3,025
2,945
2,934

1,466
1,465
1,447
1,445

135
136
139
142

544
585
525
517

196
196
195
195

118
119
119
119

84
91
91
94

430
433
429
422

4,737
4,748
4,920
4,905

3,654
3,663
3,808
3,788

2,862
2,86§
3,005
2,989

792
794
&03
809

1,083
1,085
1,112
1,107

3,463
3,597
3,405
3,556

55
63
57
62

69
74
76
72

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

5__
12
19
26

7,756
7,799
7,795
7,885

2,916
2,925
2,932
2,968

1,446
1,454
1,445
1,444

146
142
141
141

497
513
532
571

197
198
196
197

119
119
119
119

96
86
88
84

415
413
411
412

4,840 1 3,716
4,874 ! 3,691
3,688
4,863
3,724
4,917

2,91©
2,891
2,887
2,918

806
800
801
806

1.124
1,183
1,175
1,193

3,590
3,651
3,871
3,904

59
61
61
63

71
79
78
77

Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov
Nov

2
6
16_...
23. .. ._
30 .

7,7-97
7,765
7,736
7,681
7,709

2,968
2,960
2,955
2,940
2,962

1,433
1,425
1,420
1,408
1,424

141
139
139
136
135

578
574
576
568
571

199
199
202
204
202

119
118
118
119
119

86
92
86
89
95

412
413
414
416
416

3,698
4,829
4,805 !: 3,716
4,781 3,717
3,684
4,741
3,662
4,747

2,902
2,923
2,919
2,880
2,853

796
793
798
804
809

1,131
1,089
1,064
1,057
1,085

3,821
3,735
3,890
4,025
4,079

61
71
61
67
64

78
75
77
74
70

Dec. 7
Dee. 14..-..
Dec. 21
Dee. 28

7,846
7,876
7,855
7,801

3,080
3,088
3,040
3,016

1,424
1,408
1,384
1,377

135
135
132
132

687
695
690
681

201
199
199
199

118
119
119
119

98
111
98
94

417
421
418
414

4,766
4,788
4,815
4,785

3,672
3,687
3,726
3,686

2,863
2,861
2,881
2,826

809
826
845
860

1,094
1,101
1,089
1,099

4,065
4,101
3,815
3,911

66
77
78
70

71
77
75
73

Monthly averages:
January .
February _ _ _ _
March
April,..
May
„
June
July
August.
„
September _ _ _ _
October
November
December

7,834
7,826
7,717
7,647
7,614
7,671
7,492
7,584
7,797
7,800
7,737
7,845

3,373
3,260
3,247
3,078
3,007
3,038
2,922
2,938
2,969
2,935
2,957
3,056

1,719
1,704
1,670
1,628
1,565
1,511
1,457
1,466
1,455
1,447
1,422
1,399

184
169
155
147
139
131
131
133
138
142
138
133

665
587
606
489
473
549
497
510
543
528
573
688

213
212
212
201
205
200
194
195
195
197
201
199

128
126
123
118
118
118
118
118
119
119
119
119

38
40
56
77
87
97
93
84
90
89
90
100

426
422
425
418
420
432
432
432
429
413
414
418

4,461
4,566
4,470
4,569
4,607
4,633
4,570
4,646
4,828
4,874
4,780
4,789

3,484 3,098
3,535 3,131
3,380 2.954
3,438 2,995
3,597 3,033
3.623 2,973
3,544 2,821
3,592 2,806
3,731 i 2,931
3,705 2,902
3,695 2,895
3,693 2,858

386
977 2,683
404 1,031 2,719
426 ,090 2,844
443 ,131 2.946
564 ,010 3,010
650 ,010 3,208
723 ,026 3,380
786 ,054 •3,351
800 ,097 3,505
803 ,169 3,754
800 ,085 3,910
835 ,096 3,973

54
51
50
51
50
53
52
50
59
61
65
73

71
65
70
68
70
75
74
69
73
76
75
74

_._-__

„ _
_____
.. .




,045
,040
974
982

REPORTINO MEMBER BANKS

189

PRINCIPAL ASSETS AND LIABILITIES, WEEKLY AND MONTHLY, 1919-1341-Continue;!
[Wednesday figures. In millions of dollars]
;

Total
assets

Date or month

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

5
12
19
26

Time deposits

Individ
Interbank
Interbank
IndividCash
uals,
corpoCertiDemand uals,
items
fied
Borrations
deposits corpoOther
in
etc., Postal
and
adjusted rations,
rowprocess assets
U.S.
etc., officers' Governings
States savings
of
Do- Foreign
States checks, ment Do- " Foreign and
Total
collecand
mestic
etc.
liabilities
political
raestic
tion
subpolitical
divisubsions
divisions

1938

Feb. 2
Feb. 9
Feb. 16
Feb. 23

Demand deposits

570
668
666
499 ,
•

463
475
470
474

11,524
11,782
11,830
11,718

5,664
5,785
5,822
5,869

5,991
6,140
6,159
6,151

243
313
329
217

365
364
352
351

2,034
2,083
2,131
2,126

398
386
378
381

652
641
641
651

542
420
549
513

472
476
481
477

11,715
11,507
11,678
11,676

5.852
5,837
5,847
5,901

6,139
6,072
6,168
6,194

255
185
228
220

343
343
343
343

2,125
2,0732,088
2,094

373
349
343
325

651
648
672
669

6
7
7
7

247
292
273
354
233

344
343
344
307
288

2,137
2,134
2,161
2,043
1,956

321
316
301
306
305

670
670
645
646
648

7
6

6
6
6
6

7
7
7
7
7

9

CapOther ital
liabili- acties counts

347
361
351
353

1,481
1,482
1,483
1,482

337
344
335
338

1,486
1,486
1,485
1.486

344
349
363
361
361

1,488
1,485
1,483
1,479
1,476

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

2. _
9
16.
23
30

571 >
602
661
662
571

476
476.
473
475
476

11,709
1U85Z
11,799
11,777
11,712

5,«22
5,932
5,834
5,966;
6,100

6,146
6,242
6,222
6,274
6,438

Apr.
Apr.
Apr.
Apr.

6
13
20
27.

499
596
649
529

480
480
473
469

11,518
11,685
11,927
11,896

6,013
6,008
6,024
6,070

6,288
6,401
6,379
6,376

224
203
294
223

225
222
200
179

2,018
2,086
2,294
2,349

291
290
284
289

649
656
656
656

7
7
7
7

335
338
331
335

1,481
1,482
1,482
1,482

May4
May 11
May 18
May 25

600
563
518
530

481
488
494
500

11,824
11,820
11,714
11,793

5,947
6,037
5,975
6,062

6,259
6,347
6,267
6,334

288
253
226
258

165
148
146
140

2,359
2,353
2,362
2,343

280
270
266
267

643
633
633
634

7
7
7
8

336
321
319
318

1,487
1,488
1,438
1,488

June 1
June 8
June 15,
June 22
June 291

779
733
1,036
532
661

6,101 ' 6,524
6,590
6,316
6,754
6,260
6,506
6,187
6,670
6,277

356
459
213
268

135
128
119
110
109

2,392
2,482
2,481
2,394
2,402

269
266
264
270
275

641
657
656
659
655

7
7
7
7
7

300
309
303
303
301

1,489
1,487
1,485
1,484
1,485

501 12,114
504 12,407
486 12,611
490 - 11,946
491 12', 172

(

542

:

5
14

3
1
22

July 6
July 13
July 20
July 27

573
730
590
516

482
478
487
492

11,951
12,198
12,183
12,006

6,115
6,206
6,343
6,278

6,440
6,584
6,636
6,577

248
352
297
217

110
109
110
104

2,435
2,456
2,455
2,424

272
268
264
259

655
649
644
645

7
6
6
6

303
294
291
297

1,476
1,480
1,480
1,477

Aug. 3.
Aug. 10
Aug. 17...
Aug. 24
Aug. 31

443
480
473
465
635

494
486
483
478
488

11,855
11,913
11,957
12,051
12,421

6,188
6,229
6,224
6,342
6,446

6,439
6,489
6,505
6,590
6,810

192
220
192
217
271

105104
104
104
100

2,436
2.421
2,453
2,424
2,500

264
268
273
276
286

637
638
660
659
657

6
6
6
6
6

295
285
282
202
305

1,481
1,482
1,482
1,483
1,486

Sept. 7
Sept. 14
Sept. 21
Sept. 28

587
636
548
549

483
471
453
450

12,367
12,614
12,404
12,528

6,381
6,474
6,394
6 ,,562

6,732
6,835
6,710
6,848

236
275
232
263

100
98
158
158

2,535
2,560
2,450
2,429

314
364
387
392

659
684
665
639

6
6
6
5

302
312
315
315

1.483
1,480
1,481
1,479

Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.

5
12
19_ .
26

630.
797
638
681

453
455
450
447

12,559
12,842
12,893
13,057

6,466
6,597
6,657
6,732

6,776
7,015
6,979
7,118

320
379
316
295

157
148
136
122

2,492
2,478
2,613
2,613

409
406
427
434

626
622
619
618

5
5
5
5

...
..

293
306
312
367

1,481
1,483
1.483
1,482

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

2
9. .
16.
23^
30

574
644
694
582
807

442
437
455
457
467

12,773
12,727
12,913
12,886
13,196

6,601
6,607
6,621
6,747
6,767

6,939
6,991
7,040
7,068
7,201

236
260
275
261
373

118
114
114
114
115

2,577
2,538
2,625
2,583
2,625

413
393
423
436
440

619
598
601
599
604

5
5
5
5
5

2
3
3
.....

375
338
341
333
342

1,489
1,487
1.486
1,487
1,490

Dec. 7 .
Dec. 14
Dec. 21.
Dec. 28

680
717
790
852

461
457
449
460

13,189
13,305
13,062
13,167

6,864
6,884
6,750
6,770

7,164
7,312
7,146
7,260

380
289
394
362

115
115
121
120

2,659
2,703
2,510
2.520

421
437
440
450

605
601
599
601

5
5
5
5

' 350
356
357
358

1,490
1,487
1.490
1,491

Monthly averages:
January
February _ _
March. .
April
May
June
July
August
September
October,. __
November
"December

601
506
614
568
553
748
602
499
580
687
660760

471
477
475
476
491
495
485
486
464
451
452
456

11,714
11,644
11,770
11,756
11,788
12,250
12,085
12,039
12,478
12,83*
12,899
13,181

5,785
5,859
5,931
6,029
6,005
6,228
6,236
6,286
6,453
6,613
6,669
6,817

6,110
6,143,
6,264
6,361
6,302
6,609
6,559
6,567
6,781
6,972
7,048
7,221

276
222
280
236
256
368
279
218
251
328
281
356

358
343
325
206
150
120
108
103
128
141
115
118

2,094
2,095
2,0«6
2,187
2,354
2,430
2,443
2,447
2,494
2,549
2,589
2,598

386
347
310
288
271
269
266
273
364
419
421
437

646
660
656
654
636
654
648
650
662
621
604
601

6
7
7
7
7
7
6
6
6
5
5
5

353
339
356
335
323
303
298
292
311
320
346
355

1,482
1,486
1,482
1.482
1,488
1,486
1,478
1.483
1,481
1,482
1,483
1.490




3

.....

3
2
4
4

.....
2

BANKING AND MONETARY STATISTICS

190

NO. 49-WEEKLY REPORTING MEMBER BANKS IN NEW YORK CITY[Wednesday figures. In millions of dollars]
Loans

Date or
month

CommerTotal
loans
.cial,
indusand
invest- Total trial
and
ments
agricultural

ID vestments

For
purchasing
Open or carrying
securities
marReal To
To
estate1 banks Other
ket
paper brokers
To
and others
dealers

U. S. Government obligations
Total

Direct

Total
Total

Bills Notes Bonds
2

Reserves
with Cash
Fed- in
Other eral vault
secu-l ReGuar- rities ! serve
Bank
anteed

2

i

1939
Jan. 4
Jan. II.......
Jan. 18^
Jan. 25 „

7,707
7,669
7,615
7,589

3,023
3,008
2,952
2,946

1,377
1,381
1,371
1,354

128
129
127
127

717
704
675
681

201
190
189
190

118
117
116
116

78
86
73
79

404
401
401
399

4,684
4,661
4,663
4,643

Feb. 1
Feb.8...—
Fab. 15 .....
Feb 21

7,587
7,658
7,725
7,733

2,901
2,890
2,917
2,895

1,356
1,351
1,358
1,361

125
125
125
124

642
636
660
640

187
187
187
188

116
108
108
108

78
86
83
79

397
397
396
395

4,686 i 3,551 2,648
4,768 3,559 2,636
4,808 3,649 2,621
4,838 3,673 2,629

124
133
126

Mar. 1
Mar. 8 ......
Mar 15
Mar. 22—..
Mar. 29 .

7,755
7,974
7,957
7,942
7,895

2,899
3,038
2,963
2,896
2,864

1,363
1,365
1,366
1,366
1,360

122
122
117
119
118

647
758
715
644
611

186
192
192
190
190

108
108
108
108
112

74
94
67
75
77

399
399
398
394
396

4,856
4,936
4,994
5,046
5,031

3,676 2,613
3,765 2,704
3,832 '2,795
3,864 i 2,812
3,845 2,791

Apr
Apr
Apr.
Apr.

5
12
19......
26..,—

7,919
7,997
8,065
8,059

2,828
2,783
2,792
2,777

1,372
1,386
1,382
1,376

119
114
117
117

579
541
551
547

195
196
195
195

111
110
110
111

65
55
59
44

387
381
378
387

5,091
5,214
5,273
5,282

3,880
3,993
4,039
4,053

May 3_ —
May 10......
May 17..
May 24 .
May 31......

8,040
7,956
7,857
7,940
8B000

2,735
2,750
2,720
2,795
2,798

1,375
1,378
1,369
1,372
1,364

118
115
120
123
125

502
517
495
565
568

197
196
199
199
200

111
111
111
111
111

47
46
40
42
45

385
387
386
383
385

5,305
5,206
5,137
5,145
5,202

June 7
June 14_ ....
June 21
June 28......

8,052
8,090
8.135
8,133

2,781
2,760
2,748
2,743

1,369
1,374
1,372
1,384

124
123
120
119

553
524
• 517
496

200
201
201
201

112
113
113
113

38
41
39
40

385
384
386
390

July
July
July
July

5 ......
12..—
19.-—.
26—

8,136
8,140
8,092
8,182

2,771
2,758
2,732
2,797

1,405
1,409
1,405
1,414

126
120
118
118

495
496
472
523

200
190
187
188

114
115
115
115

45
49
60
60

Aug. 2 _
Aug. 9
Aug. 16..
Aug. 23
Aug. 30, — „

8,309
8,332
8,386
8,340
8,379

2,806
2,807
2,846
2,826
2,856

1,438
1,464
1,471
1,496
1,545

117
114
117
117
120

501
484
525
489
467

186
186
184
183
183

116
116
118
118
118

Sept, 6 .
Sept 13
Sept. 20 —
Sept. 27— —

8,341
8.361
8,393
8,477

2,892
2,858
2,856
2,871

1,573
1,615
1,640
1,652

115
115
115
117

499
430
405
406

176
178
178
177

Oct. 4 „..„
Get, 11
Oct. 18
Oct. 25

8,525
8,508
8,507
8,614

2,875
2,881
2,891
2,936

1,655
1,665
1,662
1,663

117
116
113
115

412
411
430
467

Nov. 1
Nov 8
Nov. 15
Nov. 22
Nov. 29..—

8,679
8,771
8,858
8,930
8,998

2,955
2,939
2,943
3,003
3,022

1,672
1,674
1,682
1,710
1,704

117
115
110
114
112

Dec. 8......
Deo. 13
Dec. 20,....
Deo. 27
Monthly
averages:
January...
February..
March,....
April . .
May«_-— .
June,
July
August
September.
October....
November.
December ,

9,003
9,228
9,156
8,840

3,003
3,165
3,204
3,059

1,703
1,711
1,697
1,689

7,645
7,676
7,904
8,010
7,958
8,103
8,138
8,349
8,393
8,538
8,847
9,057

2,982
2,901
2,932
2,795
2,759
2,758
2,765
2,828
2,869
2,895
2,972
3,108

1,371
1,357
1,364
1,379
1,372
1,375
1,408
1,483
1,620
1,661
1,688
1,700

3,604
3,578
3,538
3,533

2,748
2,742
2,685
2,670

1,080
1,083
1,125
1,110

4,037
4,119
4,308
4,368

62
61
54
54

965
938
914

903 1,135
,547
923 1,209
,550 1,028 1,159
,589 1,044 1,165

4,395
4,320
4,1611
4,274

50
54
53
53

108
100
91
8S
68

889
863
766
749
743

,616
,741
,938
,975
,980

4,315
4,256
4,301
4,282
4,390

49
53
50
53
55

2,835
2,943
2,996
3,009

95
138
170
181

743
754
739
727

1,997 1,045 1,211 4,503
2,051 ,0§0 1,221 4,533
2,087 ,043 1,234 4,737
2,101 ,044 1,229 4,831

54
57
54
59

4,087
4,048
4,041
4,043
4,072

3,047
3,025
3,009
3,013
3,028

187
186
168
165
147

723
720
722
727
744

2,137
2,119
2,119
2,121
2,137

,040
,023
,032
,030
,044

1,218
1,158
1,096
1,102
1,130

4,745
4,888
4,881
4,982
4,976

54
55
55
57
60

5,271
5,330
5,387
5,390

4,133
4,187
4,214
4,259

3,100
3,133
[3,149
3,172

159
167
173
172

787
816
819
§11

2,154
2,150
2,157
2,189

,033
,054
,065
,087

1,138
1,143
1,173
1,131

4.S42
4,870
4,886
4,864

80
63
58
68

386
379
375
379

5,365
5,382
5,360
5,385

4,290
4,277
4,254
4,267

3,196
3,184
3,154
3,161

167
144
125
147

823
826
818
817

2,206
2,214
2,211
2,197

,094
,093
,100
,106

1,075
1,105
1,106
1,118

4,881
4,985
5,044
5,072

69
67
62
63

64
64
50
42
39

384
379
381
381
384

5,503
5,525
5,540
5,514
5,523

4,328
4,350
4,361
4,328
4,302

3,201
3,217
3,225
3,187
3,155

194
206
220
208
194

818
835
834
819
825

2,189
2,176
2,171
2,160
2,136

,127
,133
,136
,141
,147

1,175
1,175
1,179
1,186
1,221

4,953
5,005
5,145
5,317
5,499

62
62
60
60
71

118
118
117
117

33
25
25
25

378
377
376
377

5,449
5,503
5,537
5,606

4,240
4,289
4,324
4,348

3,147
3,191
3,217
3,228

189
226
261
255

816
812
789
787

2,142
2,153
2,167
2,186

,093
,098
,107
,120

1,209
1,214
1,213
1,258

5,547
5,699
5,636
5,640

77
79
76
80

173
171
170
179

117
117
114
114

26
27
25
23

375
374
377
375

5,650
5,627
5,616
5,678

4,408
4,410
4,425
4,504

3,280
3,285
3,305
3,385

320
342
358
411

786
776
776
814

2,174
2,167
2,171
2,160

,128
,125
,120
,119

1,242
1,217
1,191
1,174

5,651"
5,667
5,725
5,761

78
86
77
78

472
467
463
494
519

180
170
168
168
169

114
114
115
115
114

24
26
29
26
26

376
373
376
376
378

5,724
5,832
5,915
5,927
5,976

4,579
4,640
4,730
4,733
4,764

3,458
3,508
3,517
3,527
3,550

462
515
541
555
565

835
844
846
841
840

2,161
2,149
2,130
2,131
2,145

1,121 1,145 5,560
1,132 ,192 5,486
1,213 ,185 5,449
1,206 ,194 5,509
1,214 ,212 5,514

74
85
76
83
87

112
115
114
114

507
638
666
551

172
175
179
179

112
113
113
112

22
34
57
35

375
379
378
379

6,000
6,063
5,952.5,781 .

4,793
4,854
4,757
4,603

3,571
3,625
3,533
3,372

571
564
498
365

833
837
837
716

2,167
2,224
2,198
2,291

1,222
1,229
1.224
1,231

,207
,209
,195
,178

5,452
5,244
5,241
5,507

85
94
97
89

128
125
120
117
120
121
120
117
116
115
114
114

694
644
675
555
529
523
497
493
435
430
483
590

192
187
190
195
198
201
191
184
177
173
171
176

117
110
109
110
111
113
115
117
117
116
114
113

79
82
77
56
44
39
54
52
27
25
26
37

401
396
397
383
385
386
380
382
377
375
376
378

4,663
4,775
4,972
5,215
5,199
5,345
5,373
5,521
5,524
5,643
5,875
5,949

3,563
3,608
3,796
3,991
4,058
4,199
4,272
4,334
4,301
4,437
4,689
4,752

2,711
2,634
2,743
2,946
3,024
3,139
3,174
3,197
3,196
3,314
3,5123,525

91
146
170
168
146
205
233
358
528
499

802
741
727
808
821
826
801
788
841
806

1,850
2,059
2,127
2,163
2,207
2,166
2,162
2,168
2,143
2,220

852
974
,053
,045
,034
,060
,098
,137
,105
,123
,177
,227

,100
,167
,176
,224
,141
,146
,101
,187
,223
,206
,186
,197

4,208
4,288
4,309
4,651
4,895
4,866
4395
5,184
5,631
5,701
5,504
5,361

58
52
52
56
56
67
65
63
78
80
81
91

856
836
853
863

1,063
1,061
1,037
1,052
1,054

1,180
1,171
1,162
1,182
1,186

1
For minor revisions in reporting of "real estate loans" and "other securities" effective February 8, 3 19, see introductory text, p. 129.
* Not reported separately prior to February 8, 1939.




REPORTING MEMBER BANKS

191

PRINCIPAL ASSETS AND LIABILITIES, WEEKLY AND MONTHLY, 1919-1941-Continued
[Wednesday figures. In millions of dollars]
Demand deposits

Date or
month

Total
Cash
Indiassets
Bal- items
De- viduals States
in
ances
and
mand partwith proc- Other
deposits ner- politess assets
doships,
ical
admestic of
Total justed corpo- subbanks collecrations divi-2
liabilition
etc. 2 sions
ties

Time deposits
Interbank

Certified
and
officers'
checks,
etc.

U.S.
Government

Do- Formestic eign

Individuals,
partnerships,
corporations,
etc.2

1939
Jan 4
Jan. 11.
Jan. 18
Jan 25

73
72
74
74

710
624
632
593

420
409
421
412

13,009
12,954
13,104
13,090

6,617
6,714
6,793
6,797

7,C 18
7,C 68
7,1 46
7,106

309
270
279
284

117
116
117
116

2,670
2,618
2,668
2,689

454
452
473
475

Feb 1
Feb. 8
Feb 15
Feb. 21

73
76
73
74

704
612
786
554

411
419
406
393

13; 220
13,139
13,204
13,081

6,777
6,887
6,809
6,903

7,142
314,
6,901
313
6,933
296
6,936

339
284
349
225

116
116
116
115

2,706
2,626
2,615
2,609

502
497
476
487

571
579
580

States
and
political
subdivi-2
sions

Borrowings

4

f >09
f >13
f >13

e 17
e 17

Interbank
U.S.
Government
and
Do- Forpostal mestic eign
sav-3
ings

CapOther ital
liabili- ac.ties counts

5
5
5 .....

351
332
323
318

1,477
1,480
1,480
1,480

46
45
45

5
5
5
5

310
294
289
298

1,483
1,485
1,484
1,485

-—

Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

1 _
8
15
22
29

78
80
90
92
128

768
769
999
633
560

402
396
390
386
392

13,367
13,531
13,787
13,388
13,420

6,843
6,956
6,938
6,958
7,135

6,979
7,030
7,129
7,027
7,211

270
226
234
237
240

362
469
574
327
244

116
116
116
113
111

2,729
2,780
2,832
2,724
2,651

494
495
497
537
533

582
587
588
587
589

44
46
27
33
40

5
5
7
7
7

299
291
301
314
314

1,487
1,486
1,482
1,482
1,480

Apr.
Apr.
Apr.
Apr.

5
12.
19
26.

101
79
74
73

562
616
579
586

389
389
381
382

13,528
13,671
13,890
13,990

7,132
7,221
7,368
7,428

7,193
7,328
7,420
7,452

238
240
269
282

263
269
258
280

112
111
112
106

2,751
2,754
2,790
2,844

542
536
587
554

588
583
.581
579

41
42
43
45

6 .....
7
6
6

314
318
340
358

1,480
1,483
1,484
1,484

May 3
May 10
May 17
May 24
May 31

74
74
77
78
82

580
556
584
621
688

385
385
394
389
397

13,878
13,914
13,848
14,067
14,203

7,378
7,460
7,350
7,533
7,614

7,319
7,488
7,442
7,556
7,668

372
262
251
292
344

267
266
241
306
290

102
96
86
76
66

2,800
2,786
2,827
2,824
2,830

563
557
550
551
546

578
578
577
580
579

42
44
44
44
38

6
6
6
7
7

341
341
338
345
345

1,488
1,490
1,486
1,486
1,490

June 7
June 14.
June 21
June 28

77
77
74
77

592
627
534
555

400
396
376
379

14,043
14,123
14,063
14,076

7,590
7,624
7,640
7,578

7,574
7,684
7,644
7,643

292
307
299
268

316
260
231
222

61
60
60
60

2,803
2,836
2,850
2,891

538
521
514
514

575
579
583
584

41
41
40
41

7
7
7
7

344
340
345
363

1,492
1,488
1,490
1,483

July 5
July 12
July 19
July 26. .

76
77
76
78

679
541
541
517

370
376
380
372

14,211
14,186
14,195
14,284

7,524
7,656
7,655
7,804

7,706
7,759
7,764
7,864

203
224
214
258

294
214
218
199

62
61
59
56

2,940
2,940
2,941
2,892

534
526
533
539

587
587
586
596

41
43
46
47

7
6
7
7

360
348
348
346

1,477
1,478
1,479
1,480

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

73
73
76
76
72

690
485
665
577
517

378
377
374
376
378

14,465
14,334
14,706
14,746
14,916

7,715
7,791
7,875
7,951
8,195

7,701
7,760
7,958
7,974
8,174

343
306
291
274
308

361
210
291
280
230

55
52
50
48
48

2,987
2,983
3,074
3,105
3,112

538
544
569
585
607

597
603
594
594
596

49
50
50
51
51

7
6
6
6
6

346
337
341
347
303

1,481
1,483
1,482
1,482
1,481

Sept. 6
Sept. 13
Sept. 20.. _
Sept. 27., .

72
72
74
73

675
740
573
588

372
375
365
361

15,084
15,326
15,117
15,219

8,151
8,195
8,091
8,170

8,228
8,347
8,227
8,271

257
269
214
257

341
319
223
230

49
48
49
48

3,179
3,308
3,359
3,354

633
643
660
666

597
604
599
603

49
43
43
44

267
264
264
266

1,479
1,475
1,473
1,474

Oct. 4
Oct. 11.
Oct. 18
Oct. 25

74
71
75
72

507
600
656
692

373
374
372
375

15,208
15,306
15,412
15,592

8,210
8,214
8,256
8,356

8,225
8,377
8,446
8,526

272
239
210
237

220
198
256
285

49 3,389
49 ,372
49 ,377
48 ,386

670
693
702
724

609
611
616
625

45
46
37
37

1
1
1

5
5
5
5

248
240
238
242

1,476
1,475
1,475
1,476

Nov. 1 .
Nov. 8
Nov. 15
Nov. 22..
Nov. 29.

72
71
80
79
80

798
618
685
584
659

372
377
368
413
367

15,555
15,408
15,516
15,598
15,705

8,212
8,265
8,256
8,458
8,459

8,365
8,299
8,393
8,466
8,507

330
328
317
334
329

315
256
231
242
282

49
49
48
48
49

,439
,415
,465
,429
,444

646
643
640
639
656

628
629
630
629
616

38
37
40
38
37

1
1
1
1
1

5
5
5
5
6

259
266
267
288
301

1,480
1,480
1,479
1,479
1,477

Dec. 6
Dec. 13.. .
Dec. 20.
Dec. 27
Monthly
averages:
January____
February. _.
March
April

80
90
85
81

480
901
698
757

371
373
358
358

15,471
15,930
15,635
15,632

8,416
8,447
8,378
8,321

8,444
8,654
8,577
8,545

258
251
212
240

194
443
287
293

50
49
50
49

,414
,411
,400
,398

663
673
673
664

620
624
617
620

38
"38
34
35

1
1
1
1

6
6
6
6

301
299
295
301

1,482
1,481
1,483
1,480

73
74
94
82
77
76
77
74
72
73
76
84

640
664
746
586
606
577
569
587
644
614
669
709

415
407
393
385
390
387
375
376
369
374
379
365

13,039
13,161
13,498
13,770
13,982
14,076
14,219
4,633
5,187
5,380
5,556
5,667

6,730
6,844
6,966
7,287
7,467
7,608
7,660
7,905
8,152
8,259
8,330
8,390

7,08 5
7,2C 9
242
7,075
7,348
257
7,495
304
292
7,636
7,773
225
7,913
304
8,268
249
8,394
240
8,406
328
8,555
240

285
299
395
268
274
257
231
274
278
240
265
304

116
116
114
110
85
60
59
51
49
49
49
50

,661
,639
,743
,785
,814
,845
,928
,052
,300
,381
,438
,406

464
490
511
555
553
522
533
569
651
697
645
668

613
62 1
587
583
578
580
589
597
601
615
626
620

38
43
42
41
44
50
45
41
38
36

331
298
304
332
342
348
351
335
265
242
276
299

1,479
1,484
1,483
1,4&
1,488
1,488
1,479
1,482
1,475
1,475
1,479
1,482

2_.._
9
16
23 „
30

May

J une
July .
August
September.
October
November .
December..

_____

5
6
6
6

-----

-.-.-

.....
1
1
1

5
5
6
6
7
7
7
6
6
5
5
6

-----

.....

:::::
—

"...

3
U. S. Treasurer's time deposits, open account, are combined with postal sayings (time) deposits. Such open accounts were first established
in November 1938 but were not segregated from other Government deposits until February or March 1939.




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192

NO. 49-WEEKLY REPORTING MEMBER BANKS IN NEW YORK CITY[Wednesday figures. In millions of dollars]
Investments

Loans

Date or
month

Total
loans
and
investments

For
Compurchasing
meror carrying
cial, Open
securities
Real To
indus- marTo
estate hanks Other
Total trial ket
and paper brokTo
ers
agriand others
culdealtural
ers

Total

U. S. Government obligations
Direct

Total
Total

Bills Notes Bonds

Reserves
with Cash
Fedin
Other eral vault
secu- EeGuar- rities aerve
anteed
Bank

1940
Jan, 3
Jan 10
Jan, 17 ....
Jan. 24__._...
Jan. 31 .....

8,703
8,709
8,789
8,762
8,798

3,025
3,028
2,977
2,946
2,926

1,672
1,693
1,672
1,666
1,653

111
111
109
109
108

538
519
498
487
475

176
176
177
166
162

112
112
111
112
112

42
44
38
35
46

374
373
372
371
370

5,678
5,681
5,812
5,816
5,872

,518
,514
,641
,636
,658

3,285
3,299
3,415
3,408
3,418

300
288
280
260
240

706
704
705
717
717

2,279
2,307
2,430
2,431
2,461

1,233
1,215
1,226
1,228
1,240

1,160
1,167
1,171
1,180
1,214

5,735
5,735
5,820
5,972
6,004

80
81
77
76
75

Feb. 7
Feb. 1 4 _ _ _ . . .
Feb. 21
Feb 28

8,790
8,785
8,812
8,853

2,921
2,918
2,923
2,909

1,654
1,650
1,645
1,651

109
111
114
113

467
465
472
457

161
161
160
160

112
112
113
112

48
49
50
46

370
370
369
370

5,869
5,867
5,889
5,944

4,653
4,622
4,630
4,639

3,394
3,349
3,358
3,369

192
177
179
201

723
722
722
719

2fe479
2,450
2,457
2,449

1,259
1,273
1,272
1,270

1,216
1,245
1,259
1,305

5,989
5,963
6,088
6,181

76
81
78
81

Mar. 6— —
Mar. 13
Mar. 20— Mar. 27 .- ..

8,894
9,013
9,036
9,057

2,953 ,664
2,980 ,675
2,970 1,684
2,953 ,679

117
116
115
112

482
504
485
467

159
159
159
164

112
113
113
119

50
43
45
43

369
370
369
369

5,941
6,033
6,066
6,104

4,636
4,712
4,756
4,756

3,373
3,465
3,520
3,505

190
180
185
174

710
785
830
831

2,473
2,500
2,505
2,500

1,263
1,247
1,236
1,251

1,305
1,321
1,310
1,348

6,198
6,156
6,124
6,134

75
79
75
79

Apr.
Apr.
Apr.
Apr.

3 ....
10
17-._...
24

9,025
9,084
9,165
9,159

2,976
2,956
2,967
2,961

,693
,670
,691
,689

112
112
110
109

481
489
479
480

162
160
159
159

118
119
119
119

44
42
42
37

366
364
367
368

6,049
6,128
6,198
6,198

4,784
4,808
4,877
4,882

3,543
3,574
3,619
3,604

176
175
165
163

867
873
892
921

2,500
2,526
2,562
2,520

1,241
1,234
1,258
1,278

1,265
1,320
1,321
1,316

6,201
6,254
6,246
6,335

76
78
81
77

May 1
May 8
May 15......
May 22 =
May 29......

9,121
9,174
9,180
9,165
9,219

2,958
2,958
2,936
2,869
2,802

,679
,676
,680
,671
,658

108
111
108
107
105

476
477
458
403
350

160
160
159
160
159

120
120
120
120
121

46
44
37
37
39

369
370
374
371
370

6,163
6,216
6,244
6,296
6,417

4,879
4,977
4,988
5,035
5,095

3,601
3,681
3,729
3,767
3,820

185
237
244
258
287

917
944
956
962
969

2,499
2,500
2,529
2,547
2,564

1,278
1,296
1,259
1,268
1,275

1,284
1,239
1,256
1,261
1,322

6,336
6,235
6,388
6,499
6,460

74
77
77
81
87

June 5
June 12......
June 19_ —
June 26 . ..

9,228
9,307
9,241
9,277

2,760
2,777
2,764
2,753

,656
,668
,672
,688

104
103
99
99

312
312
294
276

159
159
160
159

121
122
122
122

32
35
41
32

376
378
376
377

6,468
6,530
6,477
6,524

5,173
5,207
5,207
5,238

3,894
3,928
3,928
3,949

969 2,560
365
971 2,559
398
409 1,000 2,519
414 1,014 2,521

1,279
1,279
1,279
1,289

1,295
1,323
1,270
1,286

6,470
6,545
6,745
6,729

81
83
80
85

July
JuJy
July
July
July

3.—
]0—-_
17— ....
24— ..
31 . ...

9,273
9,379
9,400
9,458
9,489

2,768
2,764
2,786
2,786
2,788

,712
,714
,711
,713
,698

96
91
91
87
86

262
265
287
288
302

166
166
169
169
167

122
122
122
123
123

33
29
28
29
31

377
377
378
377
381

6,505
6,615
6,614
6,672
6,701

5,216
5,264
5,261
5,336
5,348

3,926
3,977
3,975
4,048
4,059

369 1,015 2,542 1,290 1,289 6,721
411 1,023 2,543 1,287 1,351 6,719
403 ,034 2,538 1,286 1,353 6,663
389 ,051 2,608 1,288 1,336 6,635
389 ,052 2,618 1,289 1,353 6,549

83
83
82
80
79

AUK. 7. ......
Aug. 14
Aug. 21 —
Aug. 28

0,527
9,520
9,600
9,568

2,766
2,754
2,751
2,737

,708
,703
,691
,691

84
82
83
82

275
270
273
259

165
164
166
162

123
124
124
124

30
28
29
31

381
383
385
388

6,761
6,766
6,849
6,831

5,402
5,404
5,421
5,402

4,033
4,030
4,048
4,030

341
329
343
324

,055
,061
,062
,062

2,637
2,640
2,643
2,644

1,369
1,374
1,373
1.372

1,359
1,362
1,428
1,429

6,380
6,394
6,422
6.470

80
85
80
85

Sept. 4 .....
Sept. 11
Sept. 18.,.—
Sept. 25

9,599
9,678
9,691
9,596

2,765
2,826
2,833
2,828

,691
,742
,750
,753

77
76
74
74

281
285
295
301

162
163
164
163

124
124
124
123

38
43
36
27

392
393
390
387

6,834
6,852
6,858
6,768

5,398
5,418
5.394
5,314

4,025
4,044
4,018
3,933

323
330
319
274

,047
,046
,045
,014

2,655
2,668
2,654
2,645

1,373
1,374
1,376
1,381

1,436
1,434
1,464
1,454

6,401
6,391
6,417
6,474

84
85
82
84

Oct. 2........ 9,687 2,870
9,600 2,846
Oct. 9
0,608 2,880
9,651 2,887
9,678 2,889

,767
,781
,800
,818
,827

79
78
78
79
79

324
288
307
297
2SO

161
163
158
156
157

120
120
119
119
117

33
30
30
30
28

386
386
388
388
391

6,817
6,754
6,728
6,764
6,789

5,372
5,327
5,346
5,372
5,366

3,967
3,917
3,913
3,930
3,915

292 1,054 2,621 1,405 1,445 6,466
322
945 2,650 1,410 1,427 6,565
946 2,634 1,433 1,382 6,551
333
949 2,646 1,442 1,392 6,678
335
314
963 2,638 1,451 1,423 6,747

81
84
80
83
90

0,758
9,799
1 9,853
9,843

2,942
2,958
2,959
2,982

,843
,866
,865
,868

79
77
80
82

326
320
324
339

157
158
158
163

117
117
117
117

29
29
25
25

391
391
390
388

6,816
6,841
6,894
6,861

5,475
5,517
5,581
5,618

3,957
3,990
4,060
4,083

329
344
355
354

1,518
1,527
1,521
1,530

1,341
1,324
1,313
1,243

6,627 ' 90
91
6,626
90
6,710
92
6,814

Dec 4
9,905
Dec. 11
10,030
Dec. 1 8 _ _ — _ 10,262
Dec. 24
10,323
Dec. 31.... „ 10,298

2,986
3,069
3,099
3,093
3,121

1,885
1,903
1,903
1,906
1,907

8T
89
90
91
93

320
380
400
387
419

163
163
172
172
171

117
116
114
114
113

26
26
26
26
24

388
392
394
397
394

6,919
6,967
7,163
7,230
7,177

5,642
5,660
5,823
5,850
5,798

4,088
4,102
4,257
4,283
4, -224

973 2,796 1,554
319
967 2,813 1,558
322
300 1,131 2,826 1,566
281 1,168 2,834 1,567
203 1,170 2,851 1,574

1,277
1,307
1,340
1,380
1,379

6,713
6,711
6,599
6,645
6,749

90
101
104
96
91

Monthly
averages:
January
February..
March.....
April
May-—
June
July
August
September _
October
November.
December .

2,980
2,918
2,964
2,965
2,905
2,763
2,778
2,752
2,813
2,874
2,960
3.074

1,671
1,650
1,676
1,686
,673
,671
,710
,698
,734
,798
,860
1,901

110
112
115
111
108
101
90
83
75
79
80
90

503
465
485
482
433
298
281
269
290
301
327
381

171
161
160
160
160
159
167
164
163
159
159
168

112
112
114
119
120
122
122
124
124
119
117
115

41
48
45
41
40
35
30
30
36
30
27
26

372
370
369
366
371
377
378
384
391
388
390
393

5,772
5,892
6,036
6,143
6,267
6,500
6,622
6,802
6,828
6,770
6,853
7,091

4,593
4,636
4,715
4,838
4,995
5.207
5,285
5,407
5,381
5,356
5,548
5,755

3,365
3,368
3,466
3,585
3,720
3,925
3,997
4,035
4,005
3,928
4,024
4,191

274
187
182
170
242
396
392
334
312
319
345
285

1,228
1,268
1,249
1,253
1,275
1,282
1,288
1,372
1,376
1,428
1,524
1,564

1,179
1,256
1,321
1,305
1,272
1,293
1,337
1,395
1,447
1,414
1,305
1,336

5,853
6,055
6,153
6,259
6,384
6,622
6,657
6,417
6,421
6,601
6,694
6,683

78
79
77
78
79
82
81
82
84
84
91
96

Oct. 16—
Oct. 23.......
Oct. 30..
.
Nov. 6....
Nov. 13 .
Nov. 20
Nov. 27

8,752
8,810
9,000
9,108
9,172
9,263
9,400
9,554
9,641
9,644
9,813
10,165




957
959
958
960

710
722
789
888
950
989
1,035
1,060
1,038
971
959
1,082

2,671
2,687
2,747
2,774

2,381
2,459
2,495
2,527
2,528
2,540
2,570
2,641
2,655
2,638
2,720
2.824

REPORTING MEMBER BANKS

193

PRINCIPAL ASSETS AND LIABILITIES, WEEKLY AND MONTHLY, 19t9-l941-Continued
[Wednesday figures. In millions of dollars]
Time deposits

Demand deposits

Date or
month

Cash
Total
Indiassets
Bal- items
in
De- viduals,
ances
mand partwith proc- Other
ess assets
deposits nerdoships,
admestic of
justed corpoTotal
banka collecliabilition
rations,
ties
etc.

1940
3
10
17
24
31

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan
Jan.

Interbank
States Certified U.S.
and
polit- and Governoffiical
sub- cers' ment Do- Fordivi- checks,
mestic eign
sions etc.

Individuals
partnerships,
corporations,
etc.

States
and
political
subdivisions

82
79
81
79
82

354
358
359
361
375

15,610
15,547
15,795
15,793
16,023

8,301
8,407
8,483
8,657
8,727

8,485
8,539
8,678
8,754
8,858

203
191
179
193
237

269
262
295
253
321

51
50
45
45
45

3,500
3,408
3,500
3,463
3,485

667
664
678
674
668

625
618
617
614
611

34
36
40
36
36

77
83
83
80

Feb. 7
Feb. 14
Feb. 21
Feb. 28

656
585
669
543
689
506
666
750
552

415
366
362
363

15,853
15,944
16,173
16,110

8,719
8,659
8,821
8,986

8,763
8,827
8,938
9,020

223
222
201
272

239
276
432
246

44
44
44
44

3,497
3,478
3,469
3,450

673
691
677
666

U.S. Interbank
Government
and
postal PO-. Forsav- mestic eign
ings1

1
1

Borrowings

CapOther ital
liabili- acties counts

1
1

5
5 — —
5
5
5

285
288
271
268
266

1,485
1,485
1,486
1,487
1,490

610 . 30
31
609
36
615
36
617

1
1
1
1

5
5
5
5

277
269
265
265

1,491
1,491
1,4:0
1,4-8

:::::.
—

Mar.
Mar
Mar.
Mar

6
13
20
27

80
82
85
138

584
576
565
752

364
370
351
345

16,195
16,276
16,236
16,505

8,977
8,992
8,908
9,037

9,061
9,111
9,027
9,248

215
205
194
226

285
252
252
315

44
44
44
44

3,502
3,525
3,567
3,521

660
661
682
668

619
670
672
672

31
31
28
29

1
1
1
1

5
4
4
4

280
283
276
287

1,492
1,489
1,489
1,490

Apr.
Apr.
Apr.
Apr

3
10
17
24

131
82
83

388
349
349
342

16,380
16,460
16,526
16,597

9,054
9,067
9,106
9,121

9,126
9,106
9,205
9,178

216
288
238
242

271
286
265
304

46
44
45
44

3,576
3,595
3,680
3,711

660
656
651
668

683
686
637
639

27
27
27
27

1

4
4
4
4

276
273
279
282

1,494
1,495
1,495
1,498

81

559
613
602
603

May 1
May 8
May 15
May 22
May 29

81
82
87
87
96

804
468
772
660
609

351
353
349
362
376

16,767
16,389
16,853
16,854
16,847

9,082
9,059
9,147
9,332
9,393

9,239
9,078
9,312
9,415
9,486

327
234
266
251
260

320
215
341
326
256

44
44
43
44
44

3,724
3,707
3,786
3,725
3,696

655
651
648
632
643

633
631
632
632
642

27
27
25
25
25

4
4
4
4
4

292
295
294
298
293

1,502
1,503
1,502
1,502
1,498

June 5
June 12
June 19
June 26

86
80
81
82

470
684
518
595

390
343
326
322

16,725
17,042
16,991
17,090

9,415
9,518
9,541
9,621

9,462
9,776
9,621
9,753

218
204
215
216

205
222
223
247

44
43
43
44

3,682
3,689
3,787
3,739

638
631
629
621

647
644
646
649

25
26
22
22

4
4
4
4

296
303
300
301

1,504
1,500
1,501
1,494

July 3
July 10
July 17
July 24
July 31

82
80
87
83
79

653
503
531
531
580

323
325
324
322
359

17,135
17,089
17,087
17,109
17,135

9,563
9,776
9,710
9,776
9,753

9,695
9,756
9,776
9,779
9,844

253
314
272
280
283

268
209
193
248
206

40
29
26
35
35

3,782
3,700
3,735
3,685
3,684

626
612
616
619
616

657
655
656
658
659

26
26
26
27
28

4
4
4
4
4

297
295
294
285
283

1,487
1,489
1,489
1,489
1,493

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

7
14
21
28

79
79
80
78

450
523
508
450

331
321
322
319

16,847
16,922
17,012
16,970

9,634
9,620
9,732
9,727

9,641
9,683
9,723
9,705

264
255
296
295

179
205
221
177

35
35
35
35

3,624
3,630
3,622
3,640

625
630
620
622

663
667
670
671

37
38
40
43

4
4
4
4

280
281
286
283

1,495
1,494
1,495
1,495

Sept. 4
Sept. 11
Sept. 18
Sept. 25

81
80
82
82

511
527
537
575

324 17,000
326 17,087
321 17,130
320 17,131

9,672
9,681
9,655
9,685

9,704
9,799
9,728
9,729

263
225
254
252

216
184
210
279

35
35
35
35

3,654
3,707
3,758
3,687

613
614
626
632

686
685
681
681

44
45
40
40

4
4
4
4

286
296
302
301

1,495
1,493
1,492
1,491

Get
Oct.
Oct.
Oct
Oct.

82
82
85
80
80

579
512
677
547
608

332
336
345
324
327

17,227 9,688
17,179 9,737
17,346 9,695
17,363 9,889
17,530 10,031

9,759
9,743
9,908
9,894
9,997

283
271
218
301
391

225
235
246
241
251

36
35
35
35
35

3,790
3,753
3,813
3,756
3,740

619
632
623
623
60S

685
679
680
676
666

40
40
39
44
44

4
4
4
4
4

291
290
283
291
296

1,495
1,497
1,497
1,498
1,498

759
837
702
604

334 17,651 9,853
337 17,775 9,951
336 17,775 10,058
379 7,814 10,225

9,908
0,073
0,165
0,239

374
342
322
312

330
373
273
278

36
35
35
35

3,868
3,815
3,861
3,826

606
607
596
612

676
676
676
667

45
45
42
42

4
4
4
4

297
296
297
294.

1,507
1,509
1,504
1,505

0,227
0,491
0,483
0,553
0,691

272
311
328
369
351

252
312
435
278
423

29 3,771
28 3,749
29 ,877
28 ,807
29 ,920

613
612
606
601
629

663
670
678
680
693

42
42
42
43
44

4
4
4
4
4

305
312
312
318
316

1,506
1,502
1,512
1,514
1,503

670
677
668
659
646
630
618
624
621
621
605
612

617
613
658
661
634
647
657
668
683
677
674
677

276
269
281
277
294
300
291
282'
296
290
296
312

1,487
1,490
1,490
U496
1,502
1,500
K489
1,495
1,493
1.497
1,506
1,507

2
9
16
23
30

,

Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.

6
13
20
27

83
85
84
82

Dec.
Dec
Dec.
Dec.
Dec.

4
11
18
25
31

82
556
758
87
932
86
721
88
80 1,055

Monthly
averages:
628
January
80
619
February . _ 81
619
March
96
594
95
April
662
May
87
567
83
June ,
560
82
July
483
79
August
538
81
September.
585
October
82
726
83
November _
804
85
December,,
1
U. S. Treasurer's time




338
340
323
322
330

7,684
8,033
8,306
8,195
8,603

10,195
10,356
10,314
10,479
10,410

5,753 8,515 8,663
200
6,020 8,796 8,887
230
210
6,303 8,979 9,112
9,087 9,154
246
6,491
6,742. 9,203 9,306
267
6,962 9,524 9,653
213
7,111
280
9,716 9,770
6,938 9,678 9,688
278
7,087 9,673 9,740
249
293
7,329 9,808 S,860
7,754 10,022 0,096
338
8,164 10,351 1 10,489
326
deposits, open.account, are combined
362
376
358
357
358
345
331
323
322
333
347
331

47 ,471
280
44 ,473
298
44 ,529
276
282
45 ,640
44 ,727
292
224
43 ,724
33 ,717
225
35 ,629
195
222
35 ,702
35 ,770
240
35 ,843
314
29 ,825
340
with postal savings

36
33
30
27
26
24
27
40
42
42
43
43
(time) deposits.

1
1
1

5
5
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4

——
"-

.__._
-—
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194

BANKING AND MONETARY STATISTICS
NO. 4S-WEEKLY REPORTING MEMBER BANKS IN NEW YORK CITY[Wednesday figures. In millions of dollars]
Loans
For
Compurchasing
Total
merloans
cial, Open or carrying
securities
and
indus- marTo
Real
inveatr Total trial
To
ket
estate banks Other Total
mente
and paper brokers
agriTo
and others
culdealtural
ers

Date or
month

1941
Jan. 8
Jan. 15
Jan, 22
Jan. 29

Investments
TJ. S. Government obligations
I

Direct

Total
Total

Bills Notes Bonds

Reserves !

with Cash
Fedin
Other eral vault
secu- ReGuar- rities serve
anteed
Bank

10,314
... 10,328
10,362
10,394

3,060
3,038
3,042
3,054

1,918
1,919
1,925
1,943

95
94
92
91

350
323
328
321

169
170
169
168

113
113
113
113

24
23
23
24

391
396
392
394

7,254
7,290
7,320
7,340

5,866
5,907
5,930
5,949

4,278
4,325
4,354
4,372

165
172
170
175

1,215
1,232
1,245
1,263

2,898
2,921
2,939,
2,934

1,588
1,582
1,576
1,577

1,388
1,383
1,390
1,391

6,796
6,831
6,855
6,734

90
83
86
87

Feb. 5
Feb. 12
Feb. 19
Feb. 26

10,664
10,690
10,719
10,776

3,042
3,046
3,063
3,100

1,963
1,980
2,002
1,989

90
91
90
89

297
287
282
332

167
166
167
166

112
112
111
111

23
22
23
23

390
388
388
390

7,622
7,644
7,656
7,676

6,183
6,204
6,195
6,151

4,600
4,611
4,605
4,562

149
147
143
158

1,487
1,492
1,496
1,516

2,964
2,972
2,966
2,888

1,583
1,593
1,590
1,589

1,439
1,440
1,461
1,525

6,395
6,395
6,535
6,729

84
84
82
87

Mar. 5,.,....
Mar. 12Mar. 19
Mar. 26 .

10,843
10,892
10,908
11,022

3,159
3,223
3,204
3,250

2,022
2,076
2,070
2,064

91
96
101
97

348
354
336
391

165
166
165
166

111
111
111
112

29
29
28
28

393
392
393
393

7,684
7,669
7,704
7,772

6,168
6,219
6,253
6,309

4,571
4,636
4,690
4,739

147
211
270
278

1,523
1,522
1,429
1,411

2,901
2,903
2,991
3,050

1,597
1,583
1,563
1,570

1,516
1,450
1,451
1,483

6,756
6,755
6,532
6,4'tG

82
85
81
84

Apr. 2 _ _ _ - - _ .
Apr.O.....—
Apr. 16......
Apr. 23...—
Apr. 30

11,053
11,132
11,155
11,456
11,617

3,252
3,225
3,226
3,202
3,238

2,073
2,084
2,095
2,088
2,109

97
96
93
94
98

370
344
337
323
330

165 , I11
112
165
164
111
112
162
113
160

42
30
30
28
32

394
394
396
395
396

7,801
7,907
7,929
8,254
8,279

6,334
6,430
6,471
6,799
6,858

4,758
4,850
4,885
5,006
5,054

250
318
345
409
437

1,340
1,359
1,366
1,390
1,414

3,168
3,173
3,174
3,207
3,203

1,576
1,580
1,586
1,793
1,804

1,467
1,477
1,458
1,455
1,421

6,472
6,315
6,354
5,981
5,888

70
84
81
83
84

May
May
May
May

7..
14
21
28

11,530
11,616
11,635
11,759

3,244
3,251
3,321
3,442

2,123
2,127
2.149
2,166

96
91
89
92

317
318
332
427

160
160
163
163

114
114
113
114

29
32
32
32

406
409
443
448

8,286
8,365
8,314
8,317

6,911
6,983
6,879
6,942

5,104
5,163
5,146
5,205

459
500
486
503

1,434
1,451
1,454
1,455

3,211
3,212
3,206
3,247

1,807
1,820
1,733
1,737

1,375
1,382
1,435
1,375

5,800
5,745
6,001
6,042

86
89
85
97

June
June
June
June

4
11
18
25

11,832
11,769
11,761
11,812

3,387
3,406
3,420
3,433

2,182
2,210
2,227
2,231

93
94
93
94

359
347
340
349

169
160
169
164

113
114
114
114

31
30
33
30

450
451
454
451

8,445
8,363
8,341
8,379

7,060
6,987
6,986
6,977

5,324
5,265
5,270
5,261

575
589
587
579

1,456
1,453
1,454
1,460

3,293
3,223
3,229
3,222

1,736
1,722
1,716
1,716

1,385
1,376
1,355
1,402

5,658
5,752
5,640
5,617

112
123
125
132

July 2
July 9
July 16
July 23
July 30.

11,865
11,930
11,954
11,896
11,983

3,500
3,492
3,507
3,477
3,505

2,264
2,278
2,295
2,300
2,318

91
89
91
88
89

382
369
363
333
339

168
165
165
162
162

111
112
112
112
112

32
29
31
30
32

452
450
450
452
453

8,365
8,438
8,447
8,419
8,478

7,021
7,098
7,112
7,081
7,087

5,314
5,295
5,310
5,234
5,241

610
607
630
587
591

1,459
1,444
1,438
1,433
1,434

3,245
3,244
3,242
3,214
3,216

1,707
1,803
1,802
1,847
1,846

1,344
1,340
1,335
1,338
1,391

5,622
5,465
5,593
5,660
5,5B9

128
126
94
91
95

Aug. 6
Aug. 13 .
Aug. 20
Aug. 27

12,001
12,041
12,127
12,157

3,512
3,545
3,540
3,537

2,337
2,372
2,385
2,375

88
88
84
81

332
328
317
325

161
161
160
160

112
111
109
109

31
33
32
34

451
452
453
453

8,489
8,496
8,587
8,620

7,097
7,074
7,091
7,066

5,252
5,215
5,237
5,209

625
582
609
590

1,432
1,433
1,445
1,443

3,195
3,200
3,183
3,176

1,845
1,859
1,854
1,857

1,392
1,422
1,496
1,554

5,360
5,263
5,339
5,302

88
90
85
90

Sept. 3,
Sept 10
Sept. 17
Sept. 24

12,270
12,259
12,152
12,208

3,695
3,709
3,600
3,616

2,393
2,428
2,435
2,450

79
77
76
74

462
445
336
342

159
159
159
159

110
109
108
107

35
33
32
31

457
458
454
453

8,575
8,550
8,552
8,592

7,031
7,009
7,004
7,040

5,177
5,157
5,147
5,170

548
503
460
468

1,442
1,443
1,450
1,463

3,187
3,211
3,237
3,249

1,854
1,852
1,857
1,870

1,544
1,541
1,548
1,552

5,257
5,300
5,315
5,267

SS
91
84
84

Oct. 1 . . . 12,237
12,188
Oct 8
Oct. 15. -.. 12,309
12,326
Oct 22
12,268
Oct. 29

3,654
13,686
3,783
3,755
3,750

2,482
2,515
2,547
2,544
2,627

72
72
83
84
82

354
356
400
378
390

151
150
154
153
152

107
107
106
106
107

30
30
34
29
29

468
456
459
461
463

8,583
8,502
8,526
8,571
8,518

7,002
6,968
6,985
7,045
7,005

5,140
5,099
5,104
5,155
5,125

479
474
449
423
384

1,437
1,402
1,412
1,408
1,431

3,224
3,223
3,243
3,324
3,310

1,862
1,869
1,881
1,890
1,880

1,581
1,534
!l,541
1,526
1,513

5,161
5,157
5,138
4,985
4,755

80
82
81
81
84

12,195 |3,770 2,536
2,565
12,225
12,184 ,780 2,562
,768
12,151 1,801 2,646
12,132 ,772 2,642
12,220 ,799 2,666
12,314 ,816 2,601
12,275 ,819 2,605
12,159 ,772 2,573

82
84
84
86

401
403
381
384

152
151
153
153

107
107 I
107
104

34
33
31
31

458
458
462
465

8,425
8,424
8,404
8,383

6,967
6,980
6,953
6,918

5,367
5,373
5,347
5,321

401
419
425
410

1,619
1,621
1,598
1,572

3,347
3,333
3,324
3,339

1,600
1,607
1,606
1,597

1,458
1,444
1,451
1,465