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Form F. R. 285

STATEMENT FOR THE PRESS

For immediate release

Board of Governors
. of the Federal Reserve System
April 20, 19^

B A M DEBITS— DEBITS TO DEPOSIT ACCOUNTS EXCEPT INTERBANK ACCOUNTS
Bank debits as reported b y banks in leading centers for the week ended
,
April 15 aggregated $10,875*000,000. Total debits during the 13 weeks ended
April 15 amounted to $11+1,028,000,000, or 11+ per cent above the total reported for
the corresppnding period a year ago,- At bamcs in New York City there was an in­
crease of 5 per cent compared with the corresponding period a year ago,and at the
other reporting centers there was an increase of 19 per cent.

Federal
Reserve
District
Boston
New York
Philadelphia
Cleveland
Richmond
Atlanta
Chicago
St. Louis
Minneapolis
Kansas City
Dallas
San Franci&co

SUMMaRY BY FEDERAL RESERVE DISTRICTS
______ (In millions of dollars)_____
Vjeek ended
13 weeks ended
April 16',
April 15 ,
April
April 15,
19U2
191*2
19U1 ;
191A
7,016
8,369
660
573
51>072
3,722
i+,180
,5U>199
501
7,51*2
6,595
553
8,780
788
10,297
815
5,811
l+,808
1*1+8
375
318
U,0l+9
1*,935
371*
1,1*86
18,9o5
21,992
1,673
l+,622
3,755
357
309
172
2,065
211*
2,599
318
i+,517
3,679
31*9
29!*
3,823
3, ill*
259
10,105
798
957
12,323

•Total, 271+ reporting centers
New Yonc City*
11+0 other centers*
, 133 other reporting centers
■

10,875
3,807

6,091
977

9,620
3,398
5,387
835

11*1,028
. 1+9,021
79,379
12,628

:

121*, OOl*
1+6,639
67,057
10>309

DEBITS 3Y BANKS IN EACH REPORTING CENTER, DURING THE WEEK ENDED APRIL 15, 1942
(In thousands of dollars)
YORK (Cont'd)
DISTRICT NO. 2 - M
DISTRICT NO.. 1 - BOSTON
Elmira
Hartford
Conn. ’
N. Y,
9U,565
5,872
11
n
New Haven
Jamestown
21+,383
It, 150
i
t
11
1 1 ,1+58 New York Waterbury
3,806,55°
1*,058 Poughkeepsie
Bangor
Maine
1*,010
t
t
t
t
16,123 Rochester .
Portland
39,036
t
t
Syracuse
Mass.
Boston
27 ,191+
377,639
t
t
t
t
Brockton
5,306
Utica
10,802
t
t
6,599
Fall River
t
t
1*,011+
Holyoke
1
DISTRICT NO, 3 - PHILADELPHIA
t
t
Lowell
Wilmington
i*,l*38
... tielT""
28,1*05 1
t
t
Lynn
Camden
N. J.
' 17,016
5,5l;l
t
t
t
t
6,231* Trenton
New Bedford
29 ,11+6
t
t
21*,852 Allentown
Penn a
Springfield
7,867
t
t
u
20,009 Altoona
Worcester
2,865
t
t
Manchester
i*,9lo
Chester
N. H.
6,671*
t
t
1*6 ,1*01+ Harrisburg
.
k. I.
Providence
13 ,12 1
t
t
3 ,221+. Hazleton
Burlington
Vt.
3,097
t
t
Johnstown
/
5,317
t
t
DISTRICT NO. 2 - Ndj; YORK
Lancaster
8,066
t
t
6onn.
Stamford
Lebanon
5,291
2,1+73
t
t
Norristown
Montclair
N. J.
3,585
3,615
t
t
t
t
99,51*2
Philadelphia
Newark
382,798
t
t
Northern New Jersey
Reading
10,208
t
t
Clearing House Assn.
Scranton
1*6,511*
12,1+83
n
H +,962
Passaic
T7ilkes-Barre
N* J.
7,143
t
t
’
7illiamsport
Albany
N.Y.
31*, 187
3,978
t
t
t
t
5,836 , York
Binghamton
8,770 (
t
t
Buffalo
73,335
in tKe national series covering .
Li+1 centers,available beginning with 1919 .
‘
Included


p o m F. R. 285_a
DEBITS B Y BANKS IN B&CH REPORTING CENTER, DURING THE .;SEK ENDuD APRIL 15*1942
(In thousands of dollars)
(
ATLANTA (C ont*d)
DISTRICT NO, 6
DISTRICT NO, 4 - CLEVELAND
Ga,
1,903
Albany
4,701
Lexington 1
'fry*
il
68,926
Atlanta
Ohio
27,993
Akron
tt
t
i
8,548
Augusta
14,340
Canton
I
I
n
971
Brunswick
108,712
Cincinnati
tt
t
t
Columbus
7,319
212,888
Cleveland
tt
t
t
408
Elberton
78,645
Columbus
i
l
t
t
7,096
Iv ia c on
27,999
Dayton
tt
t
t
819
Newnan
4,280
Hamilton
tt
9,728
t
t
Savannah
4.729
Lima
It
1,326
t
t
Valdosta
1,756
Lorain
69,056
t
t
L a*
New Orleans
4,051
Middletown
t
t
Miss,
2,795
Hattiesburg
5,368
Springfield
tt
i
t
9,697
Jackson
2,948
Steubenville
it
3,916
t
t
jjieridian
47,885
Toledo
tt
ti
2,259
Vicksburg
5,687
Warren
tt
Tenn
Chattanooga
17,159
16,557
Youngstown
it
10,012
t
t
Knoxville
2,607
Janesville
tt
23,386
Nashville
5,027
Pa.
Butler
t
t
10,761
Erie
t
t
DISTRICT NOf 7 - CHICAGO
1,029
Franklin
t
t
Aurora
TET7
2 ,504.
Greensburg
3,997
i
i
t
t
Bloomington
997
Homestead
3,875
t
t
Champai gn-Urbana t i
2,566
3.74S
Oil City
i
t
t
t
Chicago
215,827
909,516
Pittsburgh
i
t
Danville
7,372
W. Va.
Wheeling
2,951
it
Decatur
6,283
it
j^lgin
DISTRICT NO, 5 - RICEiOND
2,533
ti
Moline
104,224
L.
>
Washington
3,473
tt
Peoria
18,240
Baltimore
ua.
123,305
tt
Rockford
11,162
2,493
Cumberland
i
t
Springfield
5,602
Hagerstown
6,955
Ind#
Fort Wayne
Asheville
C,
3,657
11,551
tt
G ary
Charlotte
25,631
5 , W j8
it
Hammond
7,966
Durham
3,007
tt
Indianapolis
5,756
Greensboro
69,449
tt
South Bend
Raleigh
15,134
14,518
tt
Terre Haute
5,344
Wilmington
7,331
Iowa
Cedar Kapids
12,130
7,46o
i*ins t on-Sal em
i
ti
Clinton
2,225
t>, 119
Charleston
tt
Davenport
8,646
Columbia
6,483
it
Des leoines
8,508
Greenville
26,638
tt
Dubuque
2,820
4,017
Spartanburg
n
Mason City
2,768
Va,
2,980
Danville
tt
Muscatine
4,412
1,026
Lynchburg
tt
Sioux City
Newport News
2,879
13,277
n
Waterloo
20,326
6,829
'Ncvf.olk
Kich.
Adrian
1,288
2,263
Portsmouth
ti
Battle Creek
50,462
-4,638
I:j chmona
it
Bay City
7,204
I.cauoke
4,569
it
Detroit
Va.
Charleston
14,931
351,675
tt
Flint
Huntington
5,315
8,049
tt
Grand Rapids
16,656
it
Jackson
DISTRICT NO, 6 - ATLANTA
5,U90
Kalamazoo
Ala;---35,348
Birmingham
7,127
T
I
Lansing
1,761
Dothan
7,84o
I
t
Saginaw
23,140
6,201
Mobile
T
t
Green Bay
6,806
Montgomery
5,058
II
Manitowoc
26,018
Jacksonville
Fla,
2,354
t
i
Milwaukee
Miami
15,865'
88,978
i
t
Oshkosh
Pensacola
3,575
2,747
i
t
Sheboygan
10,788
Tampa6,325



Form F. R. 285*b
DEBITS BY BANKS IN BACH REPORTING CENTER,DURING THE W E E K ENDED APRIL 15. 1942
(In thousands of dollars)
DISTRICT NO. 10 - KANSAS CITY (Cont«d)
DISTRICT NO. 8 - ST. LOUIS
Okla.
Muskogee
3,045
Ark,
El Dorado
1,359
t
t
«
Oklahoma City
25,515
Fort Smith
4,613
t
t
t
i
Okmulgee
554
500
Helena
t
t
t
t
Tulsa
45,755
Pine Bluff
4*017
t
i
1,566
Wyo,
Casper
Little Rock
15,037
t
i
t
t
Cheyenne
3,919
Texarkana
(See also Tex.)
3,971
DISTRICT NO. 11 - DALLAS
Iat» 1
Ep.st St. Louis & i
Ariz.
Tucson
3,930
Stock Yards
111.
15,151
i
i
La.
13,683
Shreveport
2,324
^Quincy
1,506
Roswell
K .' Il
v.
Evansville
Ind,
9^307
Tex.
Abilene
3,181
Louisville
53,328
Ky.
t
t
t
i
Austin
6,541
Owensboro
1,605
i
t
Beaumont
Miss,
7,659
Greenville
1,420
i
t
Corsicana
1,061
Mo.
190,910
St. Louis
1
1
i
i
91,188
Dallas
Sedalia
664
t
t
It
El Paso
io,444
Springfield
5,092
t
t
Fort Worth
20,407
Tenn.
46,800
iviemphis
t
t
7,446
Galveston
t
t
86,00$
Houston
- MINNEAPOLIS
DISTRICT NO. 9
t
i
3,126
port Arthur
’
Einn*
Duluth
11,064
t
i
ti
San Antonio
24,017
98,291
Minneapolis
t
t
tt
Texarieana
Red Wing
514
ti
(See also Ark.)
2,251
St. Paul
63,717
n
it
2,842
Tyler
South St. Paul
11,653
1
1
tt
4,696
Waco
Winona
1,661
t
i
Wichita Falls
Mont.
4,479
Billings
3,014
n
Helena
2,125
DISTRICT NO, 12 - SAN FRANCISCO
Dickinson
N. D#
496
tt
Ariz.
Phoenix
14,633
Fargo
5,936
tt
Calif.
Bakersfield
Grand Forks
5,369
1,836
1
1
tt
Berkeley
8,545
Jamestown
649
t
t
tt
Fresno
9,741
Minot
1,473
t
t
Long Beach
15,458
1,422
• D*
Aberdeen
i
t
tt
292,890
Los Angeles
Sioux Falls
6,430
t
t
Oakland
45,781
L* Crosse
Vas.
. 2,388
i
t
it
Pasadena
7,909
Superior
1,489
i
t
Sacramento
30,410
t
t
San Bernardino
DISTRICT NO. 10 - KANSAS CIT Y
3,399
t
t
San Diego
30,615
Colorado Springs Colo.
3,803
n
tt
San Francisco
239,588
. Jjanver
45,^73
I
t
tt
San Jose
6,538
Grand Junction
946
1
?
tt
Santa Barbara
2,665
Pueblo
4,115
I
I
Stockton
Kans.
5,684
Atchison
972
tt
Idaho
Boise
Hutchinson
4,375
2,985
t
i
Nev.
Reno
3,767
Independence
727
n
Ore.
Eugene
Kansas City
3,795
6,d03
tt
tt
Portland
63,376
Lawrence
948
t
t
it
Salem
5,703
Pittsburg
1,476
tt
Utah
Ogden
Topeka
4,093
4,436
tt
ti
Salt Lake City
18,685
Wichita
19,167
Ifrash,
Bellingham
2,256
Mof
Joplin
4,340
it
it
Everett
3,607
Kansas City
95,621
t
i
tt
Seattle
89,713
St. Joseph
9,151
i
t
Spokane
15,517
Neb.
Fremont
979
tt
t
t
16,922
Tacoma
Line oln
6,644
t
t
t
i
Walla 7«alla
, 2,425
Omaha
45,868
t
t
Yakima
3,650
Albuquerque
K. M#
5,434
Gklu*
Bartlesville
6,448
i
t
Enid
2,808
i
t
Guthrie
383
Corrected figures— w eek ended April 8, 1942:
Fremont, Nev., 1,015.