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6 3 D CONGRESS {

2d Session J

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

f DOCUMENT

I No. 1134

FIRST-CHOICE VOTE FOR
RESERVE-BANK CITIES
LETTER FROM THE
RESERVE BANK ORGANIZATION COMMITTEE
TRANSMITTING

IN RESPONSE TO THE RESOLUTION OF THE
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, DATED APRIL
15, 1914, A STATEMENT OF THE BALLOTS
CAST BY THE VARIOUS NATIONAL BANKS OF
THE UNITED STATES TO DETERMINE THEIR
CHOICE FOR RESERVE CITIES

JULY 29, 1914.—Referred to the Committee on Banking and Currency
and ordered to be printed




WASHINGTON
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE
1914




MUST-CHOICE VOTE FOR RESERVE-MM CITIES.
RESERVE BANK ORGANIZATION COMMITTEE,

Washington, D. C, June $4% 1914SIR: The resarve bank organization committee has the honor to
acknowledge the receipt ot a copy of the resolution of the House of
Representatives, dated April 15, 1914, which reads as follows:
Resolved, That the organization committee of the Federal Reserve Board be, and'
it is hereby, directed to send to the House of Representatives the ballots, or a tabulated statement thereof, cast by the various national banks of the United States to
determine their choice for reserve cities according to a request made to said banks by
the organization committee of the federal Reserve Board.

In compliance therewith there is herewith transmitted the information called for.
Respectfully,
W. G. MOADOO,
D. F. HOUSTON,
JNO. SKELTON WILLIAMS,

Reserve Bank Organization Committee.
The SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

First-choice vote for reserve-bank cities, by States.
First. Second. Third.

First. Second. Third.
ARKANSAS.

ALABAMA.

nirnrtngJiairt • * •
Chattanooga.. x
Cincinnati...
Mobilo

8
53
1
4
3
1

Total

73

35
9
2
2
2
1
1
1
3
9
2

5T

14
1
3
4
3
1

1
2

2

1

1
2
1




1
5

8
Total

1
1
2

3

3
46

33

3

4
2
2
2
9

CALIFORNIA.

10

24
2

1
1
1
7

12"

1
5
2
2
12
3

64~

1
El Paso

16
1
6
4

8

51

27
3
6

IS"

14
2

1
3
81
4
4
9
2

20S

25

1
15
1
5
2
2
5
2

4

PIKST-CHOICE VOTE FOR RESERVE-BANK
First-choice vote for reserve-bank cities, by

CITIES.

States—Continued.
First. Second. Third.

First. £Second. 1 Third. |
GEORGIA—continued.

CALIFORNIA—continued.

1

10

1

2

1

Whittier
Seattle or Portland, third

1
133
20

12 II

37
3

20

26
1

235

64 j|

ii2
1

26

1
2
108 J

64

71

49

2
6
1
3
1
1
16
1
2
12

3
2

i
2
10
12
S
9

24
i;

Philadelphia or 'Pitt*

75

2
l

Denver

Minneapolis.
2
3 I
4 1
1 St. Paid

2
6
2

Sf
T

iDAno.

!

87 |

38
1

Philadelphia

is
Columbia or Montgomery

2

7 !

1
27
3
1

48
2

Birmingham or Colum-

2 •

95

113

2
1
12

"'

U1

3
Total

Xashville
Philadelphia
Itichmond

COLORADO.

3

i
i

45

93
1
1
1

43

45

305

Total

35

6
2
1
3
17
3
5
1

ILLINOIS.
DELAWARE.

1
23 [

Philadelphia
Total
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.

Baltimore
New York
Philadelphia.... *
Washington.
Total
FLORIDA.

Atlanta
Baltimore.

1

1 24
1

1

*

10

20

Joliet

14
1
3
1

J 44

GEORGIA.

2
3
10
10

3i

15

90
Baltimore
Birmingham




3

1 43 1
J

1

3
2
9
1

2
8

1

i

1

2
1
24
1
4
1
1
28
4
2
1

2i
Peoria
Pittsburgh

4
2
15

i

7

ii2

St. Louis
St. Paul
Springfield
Washington
Chicago or St. Louis first
choice
JJ

3

2
1
1
20
2

3
2

n

19
3

10

1

io(

ii

12

2
2
1
18

3
4

2

1 I
2

Richmond
Savannah

Chicago

2

10
1
1

.

Total

4
1
3

3

1

Total

i09
1

2
419

246 1

132

134
63

65
57

24
39

15
19

21
28
1
5

27
14

INDIANA.

Chicago
Cincinnati
Cleveland
Kansas City

.

J

4

1

3

FIRST-CHOICE VOTE FOR RESERVE-BA2*K CITIES.
First-choice vote for reserve-bank cities, by States—Continued,
First. Second. Third.
INDIANA— continued.

LOUISIANA—<xmtinued.

Pittsburgh
St. Louis
Cincinnati or St. Louis
Total

First. Second. Third.

2
55

1
21

3

234

201

16S

IOWA.

24
2

1
5
1

21

20

59

Total

1
1
9

26

New York
St. Louis

2

MAINE.

Boston
Clinton

4
17

Total

1
19
33
2
31
23
6
1
4

18
1
1

5

Des Moines or St. Louis..
St. Paul or Minneapolis..
Twin Cities

8 1
4

31
1
8
37
6
42
14
7

17

St. Louis
St. Paul

2

5
34

o
256
1

1

153 |

52
1
8
9
1
1
5
3
74
1
1
3

CI
4

KANSAS.

8
179

St. Paul
2

Wichita
Kansas City, Mo., or
Total

1

9

47

32

95

2

1

MARYLAND.

........
1

i*

98

137

i2

17

77

1
Total

1
32
12
1
2

32

93

5

Total

154

2
4
41

91

MICHIGAN.

1
1

1

2
1
1
G

3I
4

128

119

i

1
2
2

Dallas
1

3

1

6
2
3
1
1

16
2
4
1
3
2
1
7
1

5

3
1
Twin Cities (St. Paul or

15
106 1
18

2

4

2
27

23

1
1
2
4




4
2
19

1
1

7
1
2

10
51

34

. . .

10

72
2

Total

60

MASSACHUSETTS.

KENTUCKY.

St. Louis

14
20
7
3
14

14
25
5
1
24
72

1

127

159

198

44 i
1

61

Total

1
2
5
3
1
44
1
4

1
3
2
25
1

2

i

305

303

!

95

C
O

8

24

iss

50

45

MINNESOTA.

I

52

1

1 m1

173
1
8
2
2

11

FIRST-CHOICE VOTE FOR RESERVE-BANK CITIES.
First-choice vote for reserve-banh cities, by States—Continued.
First. Second. Third.

First. Second. Third.
MINNESOTA—continued.

NEW HAMPSHIRE.

1

Sioux City
Minneapolis or,St. Paul.. .1
Total . . . .

. 1

ii

i

259

240

Atlanta
Cincinnati

8]

Mobile

i'

4

8
l
6

32

28

io
St. Louis
1

MISSOURI.

i
28
50

188

St. Louis
Springfield
St. Louis or Kansas City..

47

43

1
83

1

22

18

10

4
20

Total

!

1
10

14
2
2

31

26

10

70

1
13
1

El Paso
FortWo'rtti

34
13
1

26
1
55
16

Dallas or Fort Worth

! Atlanta

51

43

1
Chicago
Denver

Minneapolis
New York
St. Joseph
St. Louis
St. Paul
Sioux City

5
2

110
7

8
22

58

181

32

3
2

5

1
1

2

223

New York
Philadelphia

54
7
1
49
25

9
3

Salt Lake City
Total




2
5
7

5

i

2
2

I

1

Total

4
1

io

1

60
7
2

i
5

i

1

4
48
6
9
3
4
6

i

4

3

Baltimore or Washington
New York or A l b a n y . . . .

184
3

1

1 *

3 ! St. Louis
2
26
2

I

i

393

6

Rochester

3

223 J

54

N E W YORK.

(1)
53

1
1
2
6
1

33

24
3
1
1
2
2
3
1
6

Spokano
Twin Cities
Spokane or Seattle, third
choice

1
1
10
2
1
1

6
1
4

N E W MEXICO.

58

St Paul

6
3
5

1

Total

i

116

New York
Omaha

6
9

20

9
3

65

42
3

Chicago.
Denver

53
2
60
1
1
124

3
9

Philadelphia
11
26
2
1

....

2

i22

26 J

4
64

Total

1
2
4
25
I
2
3
2
3

i

'

New York

15

N E W JERSEY.

2

i
'

Chicago..
Kansas City

1
10

29

New York

5
3
3
1
5
2
1
4

d!
l

1
1
1
I

50

203 J

2

i

Total

1
1

*
1

i

,1

1

420 |

229 |

194

is

1
23
8
I
3
3

2
17
6

NORTH CAROLINA.

] Atlanta
Charlotte

4 ; Philadelphia

1

44 1

13

3
7
1

FIRST-CHOICE VOTE FOB BESEBVE-BAJSK CITIES.
First-choice vote for reserve-bank cities, by States—Continued.
First. Second. Third.

First. Second. Third.
OREGON—continued.

NORTH CAROLINA—Contd.

Washington

2

Baltimore or Washington.
Total

64

5
1
1
1
60

1

45
8
2

8
32
10

73

68

56

11
1
1

12 j
1 Seattle
2 Spokane.
1
Total
52

18
1
3
1
1
15
1
1
471
117
29

16

PENNSYLVANIA.
NORTH DAKOTA.

Chicago
Duluth

2

.

7

]

97
19

St. Paul
Minneapolis or St. Paul..
St. Paul or Minneapolis..

6

19
92
1

3

1

125

120

2
160
107
36

ToUl

95
3
2 i Buffalo
1
2 Cincinnati
1 Cleveland

1
37
52
82
46
1
3

43
420
282

103 ! Philadelphia

oino.

8
2

1

31

49

1

Philadelphia

1
1
1

Toledo
Columbus or Cleveland...
Cincinnati or Columbus*.
Cincinnati or Cleveland •.
Cleveland or Pittsburgh..
Total

1
33
58
62
29
5
6
1
11
1
9
1
41
6
1
1
1
1
1
1

! Washington
i.Boston or Philadelphia...
Denver, Seattle, or San

Philadelphia or PittsWashington or Baltimore
Total

* « •
•

1
2
1
1

1

764

667

11
4

5
8

396

270 1

1
5

1
16

17

6
11

i

2

202

63

3

8

Philadelphia
St Louis
Tulsa
Wichita
St. Louis or Kansas City.

57

169

1
1

3

Dallas or Fort Worth....

1
283

1
262

1

.........

1
56




ii

13

5

1
1
28

1
5
2
5

11

27

SOUTH CAROLINA.

65
47
1
7
2
9
1
1
1 ! Baltimore or Richmond,
15!
1
1
1 ,
31 i
SOUTH DAKOTA.
4 i
1

\ewYork

!
1 • Minneapolis or St. Paul...
3:
1 :
1|

1

2

2
17
7
2
1
4
2
8

42

(1)
42

43

25

26

54

191
f

OREGON.

Chicago

2

RHODE ISLAND.

OKLAHOMA.

Total

1

j Philadelphia, Washington or Baltimore
Philadelphia or Chicago..
Washington, New York,

Philadelphia
283

8

j Philadelphia or Wash-

2
2
343

1
1

1
29
30
3
77
4
16
1
1
77
71
40
1
1
37

12

8
6
2
4

8
3S
9
2

99

95

36
5
.1
1
11
3
7
4
8
1
77

FIBST-OHOIOE VOTE FOB BESEBVE-BAKK CITIES.
First-choice vote for reserve-bank cities, by States—Continued.
First.

Third.

First. Second.

Second. Third.

VIBGINIA—continued.

TENNESSEE.

Atlanta
Baltimore
Chattanooga.

7
1
11

Cincinnati

14

Louisville

8
8
25

New O r l e a n s . . . . . . . . . . . . .
New Y o r k . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Richmond .
St. L o u i s . •
Washington.
...
Cincinnati or A t l a n t a . . . .

Washington.......

96
9

7
8
36

9
8
30

15

Total

118

106

93

ii

WASHINGTON.

5

9

22

11
6
15
1

8
40
16

3
16
17
5

13
2
1

14
7
l
13
6
10

Philadelphia

3

2
2

2
8
1|

i
86

Total

4
11

St. Louis
St. Paul

16

i

Spokane
Twin C i t i e s . . . . .
Seattle or Portland, sec-

78

83

1

San Francisco or T w i n
Cities, third choice

TEXAS.

Atlanta
Austin

212
E l Paso
Fort W o r t h .

84
2
97
12

1

New Y o r k .
Oklahoma City.
St. Louis

13
1

Pan " F r a n c i s c o . . . . . . . . . . . .
Waco
Wichita
Pallas or Fort Worth

2
3
7

Dallas, Fort Worth, or
Houston
St. Louis or Kansas C i t y . .
Fort Worth or D a l l a s . . . .
Chicago or Denver

3
1

1

1

i

73

2
1
121
69
4
78
20
4

438

1

N e w York

20

18

23

4
14

19

17

42

Total

i
n

.

35

2
2

105

94

92

391

17

11
1

13
8

i

7
1

28
16
1
1
9
1

2
22
1
3
7
4

118

Dubuque
1 Madison
! Milwaukee

73

54

• 1

6
1
1
7

2

St. Louis or Minneapolis.
Total

17

.....

Philadelphia
Total

14

1

J..

Louisville

1



47

i
6

i1

26
2
3
15

5 [
8

4

ii

2
3
4
1
1

26

24

15

73
12

07
10
40

io
4
St. Paul or Minneapolis,
1
Total

11
,»..,».*

i2

4
2
1
2
5

VIRGINIA.

Cir»oi*iTifitf

1

WYOMING.

VERMONT.

Albany

1
7
6
8
9
17

WISCONSIN.

408

13
6

Omaha
,.....,.,..
Salt Lake City

7
1
13
12
13
1

89

i

1
5

24
1
19

41
16

Total

UTAH.

1

13
2

1

Chicago

2
110
12
4 1 Wheeling
10 i Washington or Balti1
< Washington or Baltij more, second c h o i c e . . . .

1
1
1
1

32

26

1 1

1
0G
2

68

WEST VIRGINIA.

2
30

30
4
87
40
44

71

21

Total

4

Total

Chicago

21
5
6
3

RECAPITULATION.

1

54 |

1

64
7
33

FIRST-CHOICE VOTE FOR RESERVE-BANK CITIES.
First-choice vote for reserve-bank cities, by States—Continued.
First. Second. Third.
BECAHTULATION—COntd.

California
Distria, of Columbia
Florida
Illinois
Indiana.......
Iowa
.
Kansas......
Kentucky
Louisiana., . r ..-<r.*....**
Blaine
Michigan.
Mississippi
Missouri
Montana
Nevada

First. Second. Third.
RECAPITULATION—COntd.

235
113
71
24
12
44
108
45
419
234
303
198
128
26
61
98
154
95
259
32
116
53
223
7

133
95
49
20
12
43
93
45
246
202
305
159
119
21
47
72
91
60
240
28
83
51
223
5

64 New Hampshire
87 New Jersey
36 New Mexico
10 New York
11 North Carolina
38 1 North Dakota
75 Ohio
43 Oklahoma........
132 ' Oregon
168 Pennsylvania.....
153 Rhode Island....
127 South Carolina
106 South Dakota
20 Tennessee
32 Texas
60 1 Utah
41 Vermont
45
203 Washington.............
26 West Virginia
58 Wisconsin....
44
184 Wyoming
4
Total

50
188
33
420
64
125
343
283
73
764
16
42
99
86
438
20
42
118
73
105
118
27.
6,724

29
124
31
229
60
120
283
262
68
667
13
43
95
83
408
18
35
106
72
96
73
24

15
54
26
194
52
103
270
191
56
396
6
43
77
78
391
17
14
93
69
94
54
15

5,504

4,179

First-choice vote for , ^serve-bank cities, by districts.
DISTRICT NO. 1.
Maine.

New
MassaHamp- Vermont. chusetts.
shire.

59
2

Total

50

61

New York

50

Rhode Connecticut.
Island.

23
19

137
17

11

42

154

16

1

Total.

7
04

287
106
1

71

394

DISTRICT NO. 2.
New
York.
393
13
10
1
1

New York City
Buffalo
:
Albany
Boston
Brooklyn
Syracuse
New York or Albany,
Total

1

,

420
DISTRICT NO. 3.
Delaware.

Philadelphia
New York
Pittsburgh




New
Jersey.

23
•

1

24

65
122
1
188

Pennsylvania,
eastern
district.

Total.

417
42
23
11
1
1
1

505
164
23
12
2
1
1

496

703

10

EIRST-CHOICE VOTE FOR RESERVE-BANK CITIES.

First-choice vote for reserve-bank cities, by districts—Continued.
DISTRICT NO. 4.
KenWest
Virginia, tucky,
northern eastern
district. district.

Cincinnati.

,

.t

Pittsburgh
Toledo
Philadelphia
Louisville
Cincinnati or Cleveland
....
Cleveland or Pittsburgh.... .
Louisville or Cincinnati

J

,t

lLJ

34
1
7

.

31
1

Total

8

66

Pennsylvania,
western
district.

Ohio.

107
160'
2
36
2
31
1

3
3
256
6

110
194
2
36
6
294
1
6
31
2
2
1

268

685

2
2
343

Total.

DISTRICT NO. 5.

Maryland.

Richmond
Pittsburgh

„
,

Cincinnati
Charlotte
Total

West
District Virginia,
North
South
of Co- southern Virginia. Carolina. Carolina.
lumbia. district.
16
21
34

95
1
1

12

96
11

26

1
9
1

1
98

12

97

118

44

11
1
28

2
18

1
1

61

42

Total.

167
128
35
28
27
25
19
2
431

DISTRICT NO. 6.

Alabama. Florida.

New Orleans.
Nashville
Cincinnati

8
53
3
3
1

19
1
5
3

Ceorgia.

90
18

14

4

1
1

73

44

Memphis
Baltimore
Nashville or Atlanta
Total




7
19

4

19

4

22
14
11
7
4

i
Richmond

LouiMisTennessiana,
sissippi, southsee,
eastern southern eastern
distiict. district. district.

2
1
1
1
1
108

71

Total.

124
54
31
24
22
15
14
11
7
5
4
3
2
1
1
1
319

11

FIRST-CHOICE VOTE FOB KESEKVE-BANK CITIES.
First-choice vote for reserve-bank cities7 by districts—Continued.
DISTRICT NO. 7.

Wiscon- Illinois, Indiana, Michigan,
sin,
southern northern northern southern Total.
district. district. district. district.

Iowa.

256

Cincinnati
Detroit
Des Moines
Omaha
Indianapol is
St. Louis
Sioux City

36

274

17
17
5
4
2

Cedar Rapids
Milwaukee
Clinton
Chicago or St. Louis
Twin Cities

1

9

303

43
22

14

3
1

1

Total

105
50

39

284

170

65

714
50
22
17
17
14
10
5
4
2
3
1
1
1
861

DISTRICT NO. 8.
KenMissouri, Illinois, Indiana, tucky, Tennes- Mississippi,
Arkansas. eastern southern southern western see, west- northern
ern
district. district. district. district. district. district.
St. Louis
Louisville

51
2

Cincinnati
Indianapolis
Nashville
Dallas
Chicago or St. Louis.
St. Louis or Kansas
City
Birmingham....
Total

43
27

2
15
29

30

4

6

1
61

4
1

8

208
77
59
29
14
13
5
4
1
2

1

103

13
5
1

1
1

13

414

4

2
1

51

71

Total.

135

64

62

15

DISTRICT No. 9.
South
North
Montana. Dakota. Dakota.

Minneapolis
Chicago
St. Paul
Twin Cities
Omaha.
SiouxCity
Fargo
Detroit
Total




IS
1
10
20

97
2
19
6

1
125

8
53
6
1
11

259

79

365
118
93
42
11
8
4
2
1
1

30

645

29

2"

•
99

Total.

1

188
8
52
11

8

4

53

54
25
6
4

MichiWisMince-* consin,
gan,
sota. northern northern
district. district.

12

FIRST-CHOICE VOTE FOR RESERVE-BANK CITIES.
First-choice vote for reserve-bank cities, by districts—Continued.
DISTRICT NO. 10.
Xew
OklaMissouri, Mexico, homa,
western western northern
district. district. district.

Colorado. Kansas.

Nebraska.

Wyoming.

Kansas City, Kans.,
or Kansas City, Mo.
Kansas CUy, I^Jis
Chicago
Salt Lake City
Wichita... ..

179

2
6

37
4

9
8

128
24

4
1

2

12

8
2

10

1
112

Denver
St. Louis ..

22
181

4

Total

U3~

loT

7

45

155

355
132
28
22
191

2

9
8
9
4
3
3
2
1
2

223

769

5
3

2

Oklahoma City
TwinCities

Total.

1
27~

r

DISTRICT NO. 11.

i

Texas.

Dallas
Kansas City

,.

Fort Worth
St. Louis..
Dallas or Houston
Dallas or Fort Worth
Dallas, Fort Worth, or Houston
San Francisco
Denver
El Paso
Waco
Galveston

212
12
97
84
13

1

7
3
3

Now
OklaLouisiana,
Mexico, homa,
southern southern western
district. district. district.
3
18

3
1

2
1
1

1

1

Total.

1
21

1
3
1

San Antonio
Oklahoma City
St. Louis or Kansas City

17
74
3
32

138

5

25

128

oo

Total.

232
105
97
87
40
21
7
4
3
3
3
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
C18

DISTRICT NO. 12.
Washing- Oregon.
ton.
Portland
Seattle

8
9
40

16
56

Spokane

1
G

1

New York

Idaho.
8
10
12
9
2
2

i
73
District:
No. 1..
No. 2.
No. 3.
No. 4..
No. 5..
No. 6..
No. 7..




73

1
45

Arizona,
northern
district.

California.

Nevada.

208

5

6

2

13

.. .
24

Utah.

1

2

2

256
75
40
27
26
26
3
2
2
1
1
I

7

400

5

1
235

RECAPITULATION.
i District:
394
No. 8...
420
No. 9...
708
No. 10..
No. 11..
6S5
No. 12..
431
319
861
Total.

7

20

Total.

414
645
769
618
460
6,724

FIKST-CHOieE VOTE FOB BESEBVE-BANK CITIES.

13

First-ekoice vote for reserve-bank cities, by cities.
Albany:
New York.
Atlanta:
Alabama
Florida
Georgia
Tennessee

10

S
19
90
7
124

Baltimore:
Delaware
Maryland
Pennsylvania
South Carolina
Tennessee
Virginia
West Virginia
Birmingham:
Mississippi
Alabama
Florida

1
95
11
1
1
11
21

1
S3
1

Cincinnati—Continued.
Tennessee
,
Virginia
West Virginia

14
1
299

Cleveland:
Ohio
Pennsylvania

107
3

"no
Clinton:
Iowa
Columbia, S. C:
South Carolina
Columbus:
Ohio
Dallas:
Arkansas
New Mexico
Oklahoma
Texas

1
3
17
212

Denver:
Colorado
Idaho
Nebraska
New Mexico
Wyoming

112
1
2
9
12

1
28
36

~55
Boston:
Connecticut
Maine
Massachusetts
New Hampshire
New Jersey
New York
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
Vermont

7
59
137
50
1
1
1
11
23
290

Brooklyn:
New York.
Buffalo:
New York
Pennsylvania

1
13
1

136
Des Moines:
Iowa«
Detroit:
Michigan
El Paso:
New Mexico
Arizona

IT
23
1
1

14
Cedar Rapids:
Iowa
Charlotte:
North Carolina
South Carolina

2
18
1

Fargo:
North Dakota
Fort Worth:
Oklahoma
Texas

1
1
84

19
Chattanooga:
11
Chicago:
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
Michigan
Minnesota
Missouri
Montana
Nebraska
North Dakota
Ohio
South Dakota
Wisconsin
Utah

2
305
134
256
72
8
4
1
5
2
2
25
89
1
906

Cincinnati:
Alabama
Indiana
Kentucky
Ohio




1
63
34
160

Fresno:
California
Galveston:
Texas
Houston:
Texas
Indianapolis:
Indiana
Jacksonville:
Florida
Kansas City, Mo.:
Arizona
Arkansas
Kansas
Missouri
Nebraska
New Mexico
Oklahoma
Texas
Colorado

1
2
97
t=a=

19
fi==s

14
"
1
2
179
64
8
20
202
12
1
~489

14

FIRST-CHOICE VOTE FOR RESERVE-BANK CITIES.
First-choice vote for reserve-bank cities, by cities—Continued.

Kansas City, Kans.:
Kansas
Lincoln:
Nebraska
Los Angeles:
Arizona
California

22
2
24

Louisville:
Indiana
Kentucky
Tennessee

15
93
8
*116

Memphis:
Mississippi
Tennessee

8
8

Milwaukee:
Wisconsin
Minneapolis:
Idaho
Iowa
Minnesota
Montana
North Dakota
South Dakota
Wisconsin

.•

Portland:
Idaho
Oregon
Washington

~75

3
5
24
19

1

Ss =s

,

Savannah:
Alabama
Florida
Georgia

"51
New York:
California
Connecticut
Maine
,
Maryland
*
Massachusetts
New Jersey
New York
Ohio
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
Vermont
Virginia
Texas
West Virginia

12
2
13
4
31

4

*

2
64
2
1
17
. . 122
393
2
43
4
19
1
1
1

s=s=t

-

St. Paul:
Minnesota
Montana
North Dakota
South Dakota.:
Wisconsin

3
2
17
181
8
10

1
51
112
3
1
2
4
47
8
13
57
~299
—'
52
10
19
6
7
~94

Seattle:
Washington
Sioux City:
Iowa
Nebraska
South Dakota

~218
"*
23
65
420
~508

8
208
8
5
16
6
8

24

St. Louis:
Alabama
Arkansas
Illinois
Indiana
Kentucky
Louisiana
Mississippi..
Missouri.
Tennessee
Texas
Oklahoma

===5

.

*

3
3
18

672^
Oklahoma City:
Oklahoma
Omaha:
Idaho
Iowa
Nebraska
South Dakota
Wyoming




1
44
11
2
96
16

.

San Antonio:
Texas
San Francisoo:
Arizona
California
Idaho
Nevada
Oregon
Utah
Washington

25

Philadelphia:
Delaware
New Jersey
Pennsylvania

1

170

1
4
188
18
97
54
8

-

10
56
9

.

Providence:
Rhode Island
Richmond:
Florida
North Carolina
South Carolina
Tennessee
Virginia
West Virginia
Salt Lake City:
Idaho
Nevada
Utah
Wyoming

"370

New Orleans:
Alabama
Florida
Louisiana
Mississippi

1
282
41
31

13

;

Montgomery:
Alabama
Nashville:'
Tennessee.

Pittsburgh:
Maryland
Pennsylvania
West Virginia
Ohio

\

40
"
5
3
2

=-

~10

FIBST-OHOICE VOTE FOB BESEBVE-BA1TK CITIES.

15

First-choice vote for reserve-banh cities, by cities—Continued.
Spokane:
Idaho
Montana.*.
Washington

9
4
16
1

Syracuse:
New York.,
Toledo:
Ohio
Washington, D.C.:
District of Columbia
Florida
Maryland
North Carolina
South Carolina
Virginia
Pennsylvania
Tennessee

12
1
1
2
1
9
1
1

Waco:
Texas.
Wichita:
Kansas
Oklahoma..
Twin Cities (Minneapolis or St. Paul):
Iowa
Montana
Minnesota
North Dakota
South Dakota
Wisconsin
Wyoming

1
20
11
6
4
1
1

ALTERNATIVES.
Chicago or St. Louis:
Illinois
Kansas City, Kans., or Kansas City, Mo.:

2

Cleveland or Pittsburgh:
Ohio
Dallas or Fort Worth:

2

St. Louis or Kansas City:

3 Nashville or Atlanta:

:=
=

2 Philadelphia or Pittsburgh:

^__

1 Boston or Philadelphia:

Texas
Omaha or Lincoln:
New York or Albany:

1 Dallas or Houston:

Cincinnati or Cleveland:
Ohio

....

2 Dallas, Fort Worth, or Houston:

=

3

RECAPITULATION.

Boston.

..

....

Buffalo
Cedar Rapids
Charlotte

..

...
....

Clinton
Columbia S. C .

10
124
141
55
290
1
14
2
19
11
906
299
110
1
28
36
233
136
17
23
2

...

Detroit
El Paso

85
1
2
97
19

Fort Worth
Galveston
Houston.
Jacksonville
Kansas City, Mo
Los Angeles

489
„..




370
4
25
51
672
3
218

31
1

Sioux City

Wichita
Twin Cities

26
116

o

24
299
94
40
10
30
1
28
2
3
44
38
6,724


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