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BANK r$3IT3
Debits to individual accounts, as reported to the Federal Reserve Board by_
, banks in leading cities for the week ending August 25, aggregated
■ . .
,
'
$10, S99 >375,000 or S.l per cent below the total of $11,602,£05,000 reported for
the preceding week.
rebits for the week under review .-r $873,910,000 or 8.7 Per cent above those
ie
for the week ending August 26, 192’5 New York City reported an increase of
k
$575)000,000 while other large increases were as follows: Chicago $114,000,000,
Detroit $36,000,000, San Francisco $32,000,000 and Philadelphia and Los Angelas
$21,000,000 each.
Aggregate debits for l4l centers for which figures have been published
weekly since January 1919, amounted to $10,273,993,000, as compared with
$10,890,631,000 for the preceding week and $9,425,285,000 for the week ending
August-26', 1925«

DEBITS TO INDIVIDUAL ACCOUNTS BY BANKS IN REPORTING CENTERS
V © ek e n d i n g
Federal
Number of
centers
Reserve
Aug. 18, 1926 Aug. 26,1925
Aug. 25, 1926
included
District
(In thousands c f dollars)
s
iN 1
O.
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

- Boston
- New York
- Philadelphia
- Cleveland
~ Richmond
- Atlanta
- Chicago
- S t . Louis
- Minneapolis
- Kansas City
- Dallas
- San Francisco
TOTAL

16

14
18
22
23
24
36
15
16

30
15
28
257

499,776
5,939,182
475,080
604,225

255,878

561,800
6 ,a s ,o 4 i

4 9 1 ,464
5 , 361,632

510,734
671 ,306
299,871
273,264

451,039

247,132
1 , 330,220
274,001
167,394
■
297,356

1,351,853
300,674
167,473
3 3 7 ,H O

146,351

16 8,107

662,720

10,893,375

249,011
178,765

741,912

281,955
135,821
595 , 5^

11,602,205

1 0 , 025,465

REPORTING CENTERS BY FEDERAL RESERVE DISTRICTS
(In thousands of dollars)
DISTRICT NO. 1 - B0ST0.N
Bangor, Me.
3,353
3,157
337,316
Boston, Mass.
382,339
4,545
6,270
Brockton, Mass.
Fall River, Mass.
6,785
5,735
30,522
24,122
Hartford, Conn.
3 .O 56
Holyoke, Mass.
3,434
4,781
Lowell, Mass.
3,333
6,845
Lynn, Mass.
7,699
Manchester, N. H.
3,255
3,553
6,764
New Bedford, Mass.
6,159
2 0,OS 5
21,336
New Haven, Conn.
Portland, Me.
9,701
9,255
31,852
Providence, R. I.
2 9 ,7 H
17,944
17,248
Springfi el d , Mas s.
8 ,5 2 0
Waterbury, Ccnn.
8,013
Worcester, Mass.
15,588
1 7 ,0 5 0
Digitized for C.
FRASER


605,896

260,466
255,^21
1,158,466

2,589
333 , 96 s
4 ,4 9 5

5,423
22,591
3,191
4,227
6,571
4,255

6,284
19,870
9,335
31,701
15,101
7,179
14,634

st.

DEBITS TO INDIVIDUAL ACCOUNTS BY BANKS IN REPORTING- CENTERS

j

5 0 71 a

_____ ___________ I j - s _________________________________
l

Auo;. 25, 1926
j Aug. IS, 1Q26
I Aug. 26, 1925
.....................— .............. ............ 1-------- --- A- ---- -----i — -------(In tncusands of dollars)
DISTRICT NO. 2 - NEW YORK
Albany, N. Y.
25,456
31,739
31,926
Binghamton, N. Y.
4,753
5,286
4 , 722
Buffalo, N. Y.
69,408
77,325
71,059.
Elmira, N. Y.
3,719
4,791
3,586
Jamestown, N. Y.
4,55S
5,322
4 , 3a
Montclair, N. J.
'
4,433
4,737
3 ,OS5
Newark, n . J.
70/457
77.677
b9,lyl
New York, n.. Y.
5,651,604
5,£90,794
5 , 076,774
Northern New Jersey Clearing
House Association
4 0 ,6 3 6
46,793
37,225
Passaic, N. J.
g,644
9,0 5 5
£,577
Poughkeepsie, N. Y.
3,131
3,675
3,028
Rochester, N. Y.
3 3 ,s51
36,974
30,208
Stamford, Conn.
3 , 59 5
3,7 66
3,106
Syracuse, N. Y.
15,537
I S , 704
14,514
DISTRICT NO. 3 - PHILADELPHIA
Allentown, Pa.
Altoona, Pa.
Camden, N. J. ■
Chester, pa.
Harrisburg, Pa.
Hazleton, Pa.
Johnstown, Pa.
Lancaster, Pa.
Lebanon, Pa.
Norristown, Pa.
Philadelphia, Pa.
Reading, Pa.
Scranton, Pa.
Trenton, N. J.
Wilkes-Barre, Pa.
Williamsport, Pa.
Wilmington, Del.
York, Pa.
DISTRICT NO. 4 - CLEVELAND
Akron, Ohio
Butler, Pa.
Canton, Ohio
Cincinnati, Onio
Cleveland, Ohio
Columbus, Ohio
Connellsville, Pa.
Dayton, Ohio
Erie, Pa.
Greensburg, Pa.
Homestead, Pa.
Lexington, Ky.
Lima, Ohio
Lorain, Ohio
Oil City, Pa.
Pittsburgh, Pa.
Springfield, Ohio
Toledo, Ohio
Warren, Ohio
Wheeling, W. Va.
Youngstown, Ohio
Zanesville, Ohio




7,261
3,773

12,029
0,096

7,895
3,041
5,728
5,679
1,545
1,018
353,36°
9,466
17,600
13,l6l
9 ,7 7 0

3,746
9,24l
4,651

20,366
2,159
9,110
67,177

150,195
33,391

1,108
17,932
7,474

4,327
929
3,698

3,175
1,413
3,179
195,654
5,945
45,838
2,442
9,241
16,996
2,474

7,729
3,542

14,464
6,954
9,333

3,Ull
5,511
5,670
1 ,6 6 3

1,064
373^O7O
11,(2+3
17,300
17,314
11,227
4,373
11,505
5,013
22,678
2,579
11,739
80,674
172,653
36,736
1,272
21,077
5,943
4,529
1,150
4)469

4,624
1 444

3)745
193,480

•

7,674
3,412

9,907
5,56l
g [507
2,780
5,171
5,934

1,582
1 026
33 1 )g4S
9,s6l
18,300
12,295
10,343
3,369
7)491
5,169

21,452
2,339

9,779
65,466
14b,460
30,500
1,030
16,’Ulg
7,256
5,212
1*042
3)661
3 335

1*287
j ?2Z
206,?56

5,757

4449

56,936
3,245
10,073

42)q20
2 294
10*1§3
15*367
2*602

1 6 ,3 6 6

2,902

DEBITS TO INDIVIDUAL ACCOUNTS BY BAM S IN RETORTING CENTERS
I __________________________ - 4
i
|

_
Aug.

k

e n d i n g

" "
eL5 , l ' j c b I A u g .

:

1 £,

192b

(In thousands
DISTR IC T

NO.

St. 5071b

of

I

Aug.

26,

dollars)

5 - RICHMOND

Asheville,

N.

B altim ore,

Md.

C.

s ,9b 3

7,724
79,700

Charleston,

S.

C.

5,313

Charleston,

W.

Va.

7 , £l+0

b

g t7gi

Charlotte,

N.

Colum bia,

C.

S.

C.

1 ,7 3 6

G reenville,

S.

C.

Hagerstown,

Md.

Newport

W.

Norfolk,

N.

Richm ond,

Va.

4^221

l+’ l Q g

2 , 56b

2*086

5,359

Va.

6 ,8 9 4

5 ’ 730

3 ,4 2 4

4 ,2 75

4

162

4

009

2 ,4 0 0 2*636

•

1 4 ,5 8 0

Va.

4 ,5 8 8

2 7 ,3 5 5

3 0 ,8 8 6

5 , 72s

Spartanburg,

S.

C.

l ’ 737

1 6 J 91

3,553

C.

Va.

Roanoke,

807

3*711

3 ,6 0 0

Va.

Rals1 gh,

5

9 g6

2 ,U 4 u

Va.

News,

4

562

l ’ ffig

7 ,4 4 s

5,6 76

C.

Huntington,

1 ] 666

6 ,7 6 0

N.

Lynchburg,

3

£ {*

C.

Greensboro,

462

8*292

3 400
2 124

Va.
N.

b 666
g

37O

11

3 ,6 0 9

Md.

Cum berland,

D ^ v iU e

1 0 , 54.

013

8 6 ,4 4 9

95,0 55
5 n4

Durham,

:
1925

.

2 8 ,5 7 3
5

7,165

2 ,3 8 2

3 ,1 b ?

302

2 ’94l
4 4 ’, 5 6 7

W ash ington,

D.

C.

4 3)952

W ilm ington,

N.

C.

3 ,9 3 4

4 ,1 2 5

3

W i n s t c n - S ilem ,

N.

7 ,3 5 0

7 16^3

6 j 7 2

DISTR IC T

NO.

Albany,

Ga.

950

Augusta,

B i rmi ngharn,

A1 a .
Ga.

Chattanooga,
Colum bus,

Tann.

Fla.

Tenn.

•2 9 ,6 4 0

8 ,6 6 0

M iss.

Ala.

N ashv ille,

A1a.
Tsnn.

Ga.

Orleans,

Pcnsacola,
Savannah,

La.

Fla.
Ga.

Fla.

Valdosta,
Vicksburg,

1

, O' !£

626

n ,i $ b

8 , 24b
3 ,0 9 9

523

1,30 0

133

129

21,909

4 ,8 2 7
2 4 ,3 8 2

2 ,8 7 3
2 1 ,8 0 3
b ,30o

3 ,6 2 3

Ga.
M iss.




6,£23

8 ,5 3 0

5,004

Ga.

M o n t go m e r y ,

Tampa,

3^ ,110

3 ,1 1 5

Ga.

M eridian,

Newnan,

2 8 ,3 0 0

550
146

M iss.

Knoxville,

New

3 5 ,3 3 1
5 ,8 2 8

Ga.

Jacksonville,

M obile,

4,743

S00

Ala.

Elberton,

Macon,

915
3 6 ,4 2 0

4 ,0 7 o

Ga.

B runsw ick,

1,6 2 0

3 2 ,5 2 4

Ga.

Jackson,

881

6 - ATLANTA

Atlanta,

Dcthan,

C.

52 ,235

5 ,3 6 2

6 ,0 9 5

2 , 760

3 ,4 3 0

3 ,2 0 9
6, 740

7,u52

8 ,7 4 s

4 .013

4 ,4 8 2

4 ,7 6 6

1 5 .0 & 7
>io

2 0 , 7^1
500

1 5 ,1 0 4

70,72s

7 3 ,^ 6 2

c

1 , cOS

2, 220

1 0 ,5 6 7

14, 3S1
2,530
1 ,3 3 3

417

67,033
2,086

b , U 5

1 2 ,5 4 9

15,346

1 6 ,7 9 0

•< ,7 1 3
1 ,5 9 0

1 ,4 7 5

2 ,30 6

DEBITS TO IFHVILH TAL AC

3Y

IN

~ CR?IJr' CENTERS
i

Au.

2B.

loo
y--5

(In
D ISTR IC T

NO.

M ich.

Aurora,

111.

City,

352
3 ,9 0 S

M ich,

Bloom ington,
Cedar

3 ,0 3 1

111.

Rapids,

Chicago,

3 ,3 5 2

Davenport,
M oines,

Fort

Ind.

Rapids,

Green

Bay,

Ind.

* ,50 5
5>239

M ich.

5 ,3 8 7

Iow a

M ilw aukee,

2 ,5 0 0

W is.

5 2 ,0 3 0

111.

M uscatine,

W is.

2,771

1,322
3,000
n , i f;o

2 ,7 0 0
9>243

111.

6 ,4 0 1

M ich.

o ,3 ? 0

Sheboygan,

70,222

l,2 o 0

111.

Saginaw ,

5,264
5,906
7 , 8S8
2, 3 ;0
'-

1 ,8 8 4

Iowa

Rockford,

3,1*0

*,130
4 4 , 06s

3 5 ,2 6 4

M ich.

City,

20, 212

2 ,7 5 3

M ich.

Kalam azoo,

6,356

2 0 ,4 3 6
4 , 63O

W is.

Ind.

Oshkosh,

3,*72
9 ,9 U
9,289

2 ,3 5 7

M ic h ..

Indianapolis,

Peoria,

206,270

5 ,6 7 2

Grand

M oline,

2,334
7,729
5,175
17,423

3 , 027

Ind.

Mason

816,760

9 ,6 7 0

Gary,

Lansing,

2,777
3,229
8,171

1 6 ,0 2 1

Iow a

Jackson,

2 6,

W is.

3> 5 3 0

Sioux

City,

Iow a

1 7 , 331-

774
3,430
2, 95 s
2 ,4S8
9,328

South

Bend,

Ind .

1 1 ,4 3 1

7 ,ii5
5,703

^05
2 ; 431

6o4.

5,929
4 ,0 6 2

l * ,7 29

19S,3SP
3,130
6,888
8 , 656
5 ,2 6 9

17,706

2,885

4 ,3 1 6

31, **7
*,3 *2

5,293
6,306
2,512
5S,*33
1 ,7 3 5

1,023
2,700
9,296
5,309
5 ,2 2 0

4 ,7 .2 5

3 ,3 - 1 0

17,537
11,962

1 7 ,3 9 0

10,371

S p r in infield,

111.

6 ,4 9 8

8,^29

7,^08

Terre

Ind.

5 ,0 7 0

5,453

4,015
3,553

Haute,

W aterloo,
DISTR IC T

FO.

East

St.

Stock

Iow a
S

Louis

11,916

2 ,^ 75

2 ,7 4 2

9 ,9 1 4

9,7 5 3

2 ,5 5 4

2,765

Ark.

St.

Ky.
Ky.

Bluff,

Quincy,

8- 9
1-

c.




l6 ,2 C S

17,516
42,063
29,770

4 9 ,2 76
2 5 ,1 8 9

Mo.

1 ,1 6 0 ,

1 ,1 8 5

1 ,9 9 3

2, 620

3,°35

1 4 3 ,0 0 0

171,000

952

Mo.

Mo.

Springfield,

926

2 ,750

Ark.

111,

Louis,

Sedalia,

Ark.

Tenn.

Owensboro,

631
1 ,^ %

Rock,

M em phis,

N a t 'l .
1 2 ,0 3 8

M iss.

Lo uisv ille,

Pina

and

Ark.

Sm ith,

Little

*,227

Ind.

Greenville,
Helena,

>7*9

LOU IS

111.

Ark.

Evansville,
Fort

3

- ST.

Yards,

Eldorado,

1325

£, 640

6 ,1 6 4

Iow a

Wayne*,

1,025
3 ,a 5

2 ,4 6 l

*,3 9 2

M ich.

Hainmond,

Aug.

dollars)

2 3 4 , 57s

Iow a

111.

D e t r o it i M ich.
Flint,

of

2 ,6 0 4

111.

Dubuque,

thousands

7 9 8 ,7 3 0

111.

111.

Decatur,
Des

2 ,4 o 5

Iow a

Cham paign- Urbana,
Danville,

1 3 ^

e

- CH IC AGO

7

Adrian,
Bay

AU.:?.

n

St. 5071:

950
3,5 7 2

U ,360

9 ,9 7 1

2, 7 4 3
5,227
2, 4 6 s
603
742
1 5 ,9 0 3
3 7 , &9*
2 1 , 4 39
1 ,0 6 7

2 , 2Q1
2,527
133,200
1 ,0 3 *

3,030

.

DEBITS TO INDIVIDUAL ACCOUNTS BY BAMS IN REPORTING CENTERS
W e e k
Aug.

25,

1926

(In
DISTR IC T

NO.

9

e n d i n

Aug.

IS,

thousands

1926

of

S.

D.

1 .3 3 1

1 ,4 3 5

Mont.

1 ,4 5 3

1 ,6 3 6

N.

N.

Grand

D.

245

M inn.

Fargo,

1 3 ,0 5 6

D.

2 ,3 3 0

Forks,

Helena,

N.

1 ,7 3 6
1,705

D.

Mont.

Jam estown,

N.

La

W is.

Crosse,

D.

M inneapolis,
M inot,

N.

2,452
94,694
1,394
632

M inn.

D.

Re d

¥’i n g ,
<

M inn.

St.

Paul,

M inn.

Sioux

Falls,

South

St.

W inona,
D ISTR IC T

3,603
7 ,2 0 1

W ia.

10

1,591
1,026

- KANSAS

Albuquerque,
Atchison,

N.

2,264
1,269

M.

Okla.

Wyo.

Cheyenne,
'D e n v e r ,

Neb.

Jun ction ,

Colo.

Okla.

H utchinson,

Kans.

Mo.

Kansas

City,

Kans.

Kansas

City,

Mo.

L a w r e nc e ,

Kans.

M cAlestcr,
Oklahom a
Omaha,

Okla.
Okla.

City,

Okm ulgee,

Neb.

Parsons,
Pueblo,
St.

Kans,
Kans.

Colo.

Joseph,

Topeka,
Tulsa,

Okla.

Okla.

Pittsburg,

Mo.

Kans.
Okla.

W ichita,

1 .9 3 3

521
2 ,9 7 4

86,560
1,529
652
34 ,751

4,293
6,616
1 1760
1 ,1 7 3

459

2 ,3 5 5
9 2 ,1 3 3
1 ,4 3 7
581
3 5 ,4 3 s
3 ,6 1 4
6 .9 3 3

1 , 76 s
975

1 ,5 4 3
3 , 643

2 ,529

2 ,4 3 3

1,475

1 ,3 1 0

3,571

2 ,5 4 0

2 ,2 3 3

2 ,9 3 6

1 ,4 7 9

1 ,4 9 0

3 ,6 6 7
4 0 ,2 2 9

3 ,5 3 2

4 ,7 0 4

2, S73

£30

677

743

619
6so

5,316
1,761
3,590
4,407
35,070
1,096
6,500
376
2,133

40,665

594
5 .9 S S

3 ,4 0 6

3,12 3

1 ,7 5 3

4 ,7 1 3
4 ,6 4 0

3 ,5 9 9

102,511

4,297
& 3 ,lG 4

Kans.




1 ,2 0 6

963

7 ,3 H
914

5 ,8 4 6

2 ,3 5 2

2,179

I S , 534

2 1 ,7 3 9

2 ,7 4 2

1 4 ,7 5 7

2 ,9 1 6

4 6 ,9 7 4

Neb.

Muskogee,

1,463

2 ,3 9 3

699

Kans.

Independence,

Lincoln,

3,083

2 ,0 5 9

625

Colo.

Jo p lin,

2 3 ,4 5 5

3 ,3 2 2

4 ,6 3 4

Colo.

Okla.

Guthrie,

1 5 ,9 7 2

4 0 ,0 1 0

Springs,

Fremont,

6 ,& o 5
2 ,1 0 4

Wyo.

Colorado

291

1,711
1,500
3si

CITY

Kans.

Bartlesville,
Casper,

Grand

D.
M inn.

S.

M inn.

NO*

Enid,

3 2 ,4 4 5

Paul,

Superior,

26, 1925

- M INNEAPOLIS

Billings,
Duluth,

Aug.

dollars)

Aberdeen,
Dickinson,

St. 5071d

5 1 ,1 4 0

637
1,199

2,094
46,103

692

602

1 , 680

1 ,2 5 9

3 ,4 0 0

4 ,4 2 3

4 ,6 0 2

13 >263
3,923

1 4 ,4 1 2

12,156
2,890

3 ,4 3 2

755

2 1 ,4 1 5

3 0 ,2 2 5

2 ^ ,2 2 4

9 ,5 2 6

1 1 ,4 5 3

9 ,5 S 9

DEBITS TO INDIVIDUAL ACCOUNTS BY BANKS IN REPORTING CENTERS

St.

5071e

________________________ ? _ e _ 3 _ k _ § _ n _ d _ i _ n _ g ____________________
_
Au?.

25,

19*o
(In

D ISTR IC T

11

NO.

Austin,

El

Tex.

Galveston,

Tex.

Houston,
Rosw ell,

N.

D ISTR IC T

- SAN

4 ,6 s 4

3 ,7 1 0

609

2 ,9 2 s

2 ,5 5 9

1 , 800

1 ,70 0

3 ,3 4 7

2 , IjB

7 , 71s

8 .3 5 0

9 ,8 9 0

9 ,8 5 4

1 1 ,5 5 6

10 ,0 9 7

1 8 5 ,3 3 7

204,0*4
33,014

1 6 4 ,5 9 7

4 ,6 6 4
9 ,1 5 7

6,167

5 ,3 0 1

5 ,3 1 ?

3 ,3 3 6

3 1 ,7 3 9
5 ,3 0 0

4 1 ,7 5 1

Wash.
Calif.

San

Jose,

Seattle,

1 ,9 5 5
1 3 ,0 9 7

C alif.
C alif.

Wash.

Spokane,

6 ,9 0 4

14,712

Calif,

Barbara,

1 ,7 6 7

182

Calif.

Calif.

Francisco,

36,201

2 ,2 8 5

Utah

City,

San

44,842

2 ,020

Ore.

Nev.

Wash.

Stockton,

1 ,8 7 8
2 ,0 4 0

2 ,2 8 7

6 .2 37

Calif.

B ernardino,

Santa

2 ,5 a

4 ,9 06

Calif.

Ariz.

San Diego,

2,141
2,148

34 ,30 5

Calif.

Utah

Lake

5 ,92s

2 , 583

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Sacram ento,
Salt

3 ,4 2 0

7,174

1,72 1

Wash.

Ritzviile,

San

3 ,5 7 0

5 ,6 0 2

2,

Calif.

Portland,

2,2 70
1 ,9 32

3 ,£ 7 2

Calif.

Ore.

Phoenix,

2 ,6 15
1 ,8 8 6

FRANCISCO

Wash.

Angeles,

Reno,

Tex.

Calif.

Pasadena,

7 ,9 0 2
8 ,2 4 0

3 ,0 0 7

Long?Beach,

Ogden,

9 ,109
30 ,9 75
679

35,509
9?6

1 ,2 4 5

Idaho

Oakland,

1 1 ,8 9 7

1 , 66l

Bakersfield,

Fresno,

5 ,5 9 1

15,18 6

9 ,8 1 0

Tex.

Berkeley,

6 ,5 0 1

21,90
S

10 ,6 33

7 ,2 4 5

Bellingham ,

Los

9 ,9 2 0

La.

12

Everett,

1 ,5 2 2
3 5 ,5 7 6

693

Tex.

Falls,

Eugene,

1 ,4 8 2
4 5 ,0 2 5

M.

Tex.

B oise,

3,594

9 >672

Ariz.

NO.

dollars)

3 ,4 9 7

3 2 ,3 0 9

San Antonio,

Waco,

Calif.

2 2 7 ,5 4 5
5 ,5 7 3

2,618
^ 7 ,7 6 3

240
7,481
1 5 ,5 6 9
2 ,2 7 3

160
7 ,0 3 1

14,525
1,56 1

1 6 ,0 4 6

1 1 ,2 5 7

2 5 5 ,0 0 4

1 9 4 ,5 72

6 .4 5 1

5 ,7 5 4

3 j 148

3 ,H 9

56,261

4 3,0 70

11,421

12.424

5 .2 3 7

6 ,325

1 1 ,5 3 7
6 ,l4 l
9 ,0 5 3

Tacoma,

Wash.

9 ,7 2 7

1 0 ,73 7

Y akim a,

Wash.

2 ,7 7 3

3 ,0 5 4

3,100

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3 ,4 4 7

1 5 ,4 6 8

Tex.

W ichita

2c,

5 , 2o4

5,716

Tex.

Tucson,

Aug.

l ,O S 3

Tex.

Texarkana,

of

j

3 9 ,9 1 7

Worth,

Shreveport,

thousands

192b

2 ,9 6 5

Tex.

Paso,

Ft.

IS,

4 ,6 4 0

Tex.

C orsicana,
Dallas,

Aug.

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Tex.

Baavjnont,

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