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G.6

BOARD OF GOVERNORS OF THE FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM
(For Immediate Release)
F e b r u a r y 11, 191+7
BANK DEBITS—DEBITS TO DEPOSIT ACCOUNTS EXCEPT INTERBANK ACCOUNTS

Bank d e b i t s as r e p o r t e d by banks i n 334 l e a d i n g c e n t e r s f o r t h e month of
J a n u a r y a g g r e g a t e d 93,417 m i l l i o n d o l l a r s . During t h e p a s t t h r e e months t o t a l d e b i t s
f o r t h e same c e n t e r s amounted t o 233*962 m i l l i o n d o l l a r s o r 5 p e r c e n t above t h e
t o t a l r e p o r t e d f o r t h e c o r r e s p o n d i n g p e r i o d a y e a r ago. At banks i n New York City
t h e r e was a d e c r e a s e of 8 p e r c e n t compared w i t h t h e c o r r e s p o n d i n g t h r e e - m o n t h s
p e r i o d a y e a r a g o , and a t t h e 333 o t h e r c e n t e r s t h e r e was an i n c r e a s e of 15 p e r c e n t ,
SUMMARY BY FEDERAL RESERVE DISTRICTS
( I n m i l l i o n s of d o l l a r s )
1
January
January
1946
I
I9hl
3,865
. 4,171
4i ,4l6
37,370
3,806
4,351
5,021
5,949
3,071
3,685
3,108
3.647
11,710
13,565
2,350
2,911
1,635
2,076
2,799
3,568
2,593
3,077
7,769
9,048

3 months ended
J a n . 194&
J a n . 1947
12,269
12,539
124,130
115,740
11,682
12,706
15,543
18,375
9,522
11,115
9,079
10,899
36,397
41,128
7,314
8,811
5,068
6,258
3,237
10,213
7,690
9,305
23,188
26,874
270,120
T o t a l , 334 c e n t e r s
89,142
283,962
93,417
116,100
New York C i t y *
106,645
38,819
34,305
129,006
ll+O o t h e r c e n t e r s *
49,o6o
4 l ,977
147,459
193 o t h e r c e n t e r s
25,014
10,053
29,858
8,347
DEBITS BY BANKS IN EACH REPORTING CENTER
( I n t h o u s a n d s of d o l l a r s )
3. months ended —
January
January
J a n . 1947
J a n . 1946
1946
1947
DISTRICT NO. 1 - BOSTON
Hartford*
Conn,1,181,867
1,268,928
371,814
444,761
tl
New Haven*
431,480
. 152,997
510,033
180,905
II
New London
18,206
53,002
19,249
58,055
tl
Waterbury*
60,362
156,562
181,125
53,404
Ban go r*
Maine
122,664
32,966
40,751
97,745
It:
Lewi ston-Aubum
20,852
60,993
25,362
79,339
1
1
Portland
220,522
70,860
80,358
250,357
Boston*
Mass.
2,325,901
2,299,825
7,490,814
7,076,155
1
1
Brockton
108,277
119,4^7
37,438
36,378
1
1
F a l l River*
46,657
111,038
144,245
37,094
1
1
Holyoke*
36,656
90,785
30,475
113,859
1
1
Lowell*
27,116
83,557
24,545
88,982
n
Lynn
104,658
35,195
4l,906
127,480
n
New Bedford*
126,043
38,974
151,456
49,738
1
1
Pittsfield
75,890
23,330
29,062
89,335
1
1
Springfield
402,446
129,411
148,888
149,190
n
Worcester*
112,196
354,955
129,761
339,678
Concord
N. H.
54,715
21,810
17,837
65,898
ti
Manchester
102,971
34,312
41,760
129,545
Providence*
R. I ,
902,027
304,255
356,236
1,046,774
;
Burlington
vt.
58,989
19,694
25,875
76,325

F e d e r a l Reserve
district
Boston
New York
Philadelphia
Cleveland
Richmond
Atlanta
Chicago
S t , Louis
Minneapolis
Kansas C i t y
Dallas
San F r a n c i s co

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DEBITS BY BANKS IN BACH REPORTING CENTER
( I n thous ands of d o l l a r s )
3 months ended —
January
January '
Jan. -194?
J a n . 1946
1946
1947
DISTRICT NO. 2 - N W YORK
E
Conn..
315,635
Bridgeport
111,958
421,382
139,670
ii
Stamford
114,345
44,7?6
136,655
13,159
310,414
Jersey City
N. J . .
250,824
871,196
283,799
n
Montolair
77,227
24,365
81,2514
27,375
n
2,082,646
Newark
602,417
2,107,764
688,6147
ii
Passaic*
185,265
61,539
82,001
239,538
1
1
Paterson
113,604
337,258
391,261
126,007
Albany*
268,762
N. Ye.
792,452
937,826
338,393
tiBingham t o n *
50,246
171,211
143,538
55,771
lt
Buffalo*
1,325,832
428,648
1,530,367
510,932
it
Elmira
31,011
89,798
32,580
93,899
II
Jamestown
77,266
25,103
31,610
97,373
it
New York*
38,818,911
106,645,171 116,100,215
3ii, 305,169
11
Poughkeepsie
79,992
27,565
96,055
33,785
11
Rochester*
270,009
9114,168
789,191
319,811
tl
Schenectady
60,279
179,259
62,637
190,737
It
Syracuse*
170,204
458,342
217^581
603,057
it
Utica
170,938
55,487
208,101
68,008
DISTRICT NO. 3 - PHILADELPHIA
Del,.
Wilmington*
704,102
255,400
262,3214.
808,3lj4
A t l a n t i c City
M. J .
44,000
122,595
142,160
2+7,0144
ii
Camden
103,812
284,770
110,813
351,937
it
Trenton*
122,893
491,503
463,749
139,435
Allontown
Penna.
152 ,006
46,851
63,666
193,741
it
Altoona*
65,071
21,089
83,621
27,681
n
Bethlehem
25,681
76,578
90,363
29,590
it
Chester*
100,633
33,991
109,762
35,927
II
Harrisburg
216,926
73,747
256,070
35,904
it
Hazleton
61,181
20,086
76,479
25,655
it
Johnstown
26,963
82,334
104,649
34,452
it
Lancaster*
150,407
52,957
182,341
62,455
it
Lebanon
46,272
15,092
16,175
50,589
it
Norristown
58,865
19,428
26,519
79,632
ii
Philadelphia*
8,265,600
2,680,551
8,724,928
3,042,524
it
Reading
192,913
64,055
251,696
86,049
it
Scranton*
228,251
72,319
278,176
99,047
ii
Wilkes-Barre*
149,652
49,788
176,058
58,622
it
Williamsport*
57,004
18,798
75,452
27,529
it
York*
175,026
58,194
68,823
205,332
DISTRICT NO. k - CLEVELAND
Covington-Newport
Ky, .
31,229
93,193
107,786
36,220
n
Lexington* 229,826
91,738
268,097
108,747
Akron* ,
Ohio
188,066
559,918
228,164
711,582
tt
Canton
238,108
239,883
77,632
94,383
it
Cincinnati
2,137,130
714,478
2,423,124
815,541
it
Cleveland*
1,387,869
4,265,048
4,740,665
1,539,171
it
Columbus*
1,159,122
360,382
1,286,539
403,420
it
Dayton*
159,089
478,719
607,649
205,953
it
Hamilton
24,075
71,596
86,637
28,375
tr
Lima
90,089
30,5.73
115,455
39,818
it
Lorain
11,1.21
34,925
45,842
14,772
it
Mansfield
75,400
25 ,043
100,7.30
33,703
it
Middletown
24,252
67,833
38,486
28,356
it
Portsmouth
13,705
44,950
18,057
55,548
it
Springfield*
104,456
34,089
123,106
40,971
it
Steubenville
17,0.26
60,020
52 , 392
19,915
tt
Toledo*
776,891
245,400
1,097,9-57
344,995
it
Warren
75,081
23,930
99,251
33,430
ii
Youngstown*
288,468
92,725
345,823
113,773
it
Zanesville
51,611
16,807
65,276
22,346



G.6b

DEBITS BY BANKS IN EACH REPORTING CENTER
(In thousands of d o l l a r s )
3 months ended —
January
January
Jan. 1947
Jan. 19#6
: , 1946
1947
DISTRICT NO. 4 - CLEVELAND (Cont'd)
61,106
Butler
Penna
81,219
19,530
28,057
tl
Erie*
198,060
62,836
230,704
74,947
If
Franklin
19,867
19,202
6,457
5,988
1
1
Greensburg*
45,805
13,534
53,474
17,544
St
Homestead
16,450
5,U+7
21,417
6,378
1
1
Oil City*
46,589
15,719
59,456
19,001
1
1
Pittsburgh*
1,261,878
4,047,534
4,952,723
1,551,888
1
1
Sharon
16,530
65,418
54,558
21,203
Wheeling*
W, Va.
161,271
171,800
49,797
53,642
DISTRICT NO, 5 - RICHMO#
Washington
D. Ct
Baltimore*
Md#
ii
Cumberland
u
Frederick
ii
Hagerstown
Asheville
N# C*.
it
Charlotte*
ii
Durham
ii
Greensboro
ii
Kinston
ii
Raleigh*
n
Wilmington
ii
Wilson
n
Winston-Salem
Charleston
s, c.
1
1
Columbia*
1
1
Greenville*
1
1
Spartanburg
Charlottesville
Va,
it
Danville
1
1
Lynchburg
ii
Newport Mews
ii
Norfolk*
n
Portsmouth
ii
Richmond*
ii
Roanoke
Bluefield
W. Va.
ii
Charleston
it
Clarksburg
it
Huntington
it
Parkersburg
DISTRICT NO. 6 - ATLANTA
Anniston
Ala*
it
Birmingham*
it
Dothan
it
Gadsdon
it
Mobile*
it
M nt gome ry*
b
Jacksonville*
tt
Miami
it
Orlando
ii
Pensacola*
«
S t . Petersburg
it
Tampa*




. ru.

688,420
937,025
20,572
18,354
25,401
46,091
218,579
105,331
65,747
16,115
92,462
34,869
18,323
129,122
52,682
78,779
71,324
59,749
23,096
38,893
35,798
30,088
148,394
18,869
402,262
74,150
33,708
116,405
28,923
49,410
25,752

620,640
807,091
18,234
14,481
20,648
37,764
149 ,080
79,436
51,219
10,522
66,750
33,915
12,572
89,566
45,925
63,815
54,591
29,138
26,099
23,020
28,598
24,647
132,024
17,288
348,340
58,953
26,967
94,461
23,116
42,326
19,944

2,047,072
2,743,440
62,816
52,278
75,416
135,954
633.342
322,272
189,703
52,482
275,838
100,156
79,183
371,604
166,463
238,987
204,310
121,159
68,756
120,449
107,214
86,566
469,073
57,687
1,315,314
230,605
103,802
373,922
84,39%
150,108
74,207

1,822,282
2,561,557
52,158
4 l ,210
58,818
115,506
455,881
257,248
162 , U 8
55,679
205,576
105,980
50,285
274,084
155,156
199,542
155,895
92,905
74,595
98,549
82,286
74,570
414,521
57,758
1,105,029
172,860
84,890
526,565.
71,426
119,413

21,444
291,956
11,875
17,124
115,948
74,535
243,591
230,243
50*722
30,091
53,584
109,423

18,705
234,066
10,627
11,747
98,162
51,463
210,817
214,807
50*814
29i797
45,749
95,419

63,038
882,787
35,057
51,817
344,454
209,348
737,436
649,951
147,565
92,667
150,887
526,637

52,056
705,951
55,856
58,251
295,121
154,096
625,990
565,910
155,205
87,464
120,005
275,177

66,542

DEBITS BY BANKS IN EACH REPORTING CENTER
( I n thousands of d o l l a r s )
January
January
-ZJmonths ended
1947
Jan , 1947
1946
Jan, 19U.6
DISTRICT NO. 6 " ATLANTA ( C o n t ' d )
Albany
Ga«
1 6 , 9 2 8
14,286
51,606
45,644
Atlanta*
712,936
5 8 H 9 7 7
1,770,680
2,199,062
M
Augusta*
5 6 , 8 8 0
4 2 , 5 5 9
123,501
160,478
11
Brunswick
7 , 6 8 5
8 , 8 9 1
25,879
26 , 689
Columbus
4 1 , 3 4 7
5 8 , 5 2 8
123,181
173,343
t!
Elberton
2 , 7 9 7
3 , 5 1 9
8,666
11,641
it
Macon*
5 1 , 4 4 8
5 6 , 3 7 7
147,560
177,204
11
Hewnan
6,670
9 , 6 6 4
21,807
27,430
ft
Savannah*
8 7 , 9 1 8
8 5 , 2 0 0
246,057
255,199
Valdosta
8 , 8 0 2
1 0 , 7 5 2
28,279
32,378
Baton Rouge
LQ #
I.
5 5 , 6 3 8
7 2 , 5 5 4
158,212
211,526
11
Lake Charles
2 6 , 4 6 8
2 2 , 8 8 8
64,643
79,404
11
New Orleans*
5 6 4 , 1 7 4
4 9 2 , 2 7 8
1,477,020
1,755,954
Hattiosburg
Miss,
1 6 , 4 5 0
1 4 , 7 0 3
42,784
48,595
11
Jackson
1 1 4 , 7 4 ?
9 5 , 2 6 8
241,020
304,391
Meridian
2 6 , 0 2 9
2 1 , 8 7 4
62,984
81,727
11
Vicksburg*
2 1 , 3 8 3
26,363
70,987
77*815
Chattanooga*
T&nn,
1 4 4 , 8 4 5
1 1 6 , 1 7 4
321,071
400,148
Knoxville*
1 2 9 , 1 1 5
122,502
349,145
344,412
Nashville*
261,224
2 2 2 , 7 3 1
677,702
783,276
DISTRICT NO, 7 - CHICAGO
Aurora
1 1 1 .
23,oW
3 0 , 8 4 9
68,597
90,219
Bloomington*
32,525
3 7 , 4 9 6
96,464
110,602
Champaign-Urbana
3 4 , 9 0 4
25,175
102,294
78,542
11
Chicago*
7 , 2 7 0 , 0 2 6
6,607,590
20,947,604
22,157,971
It
Danville
3 0 , 5 9 1
23,424
92,360
67,582
Decatur*
5 9 , 3 5 1
Us,511
191,856
150,398
11
Elgin
2 1 , 1 0 7
15,448
66,099
45,859
II
Joliet
3 4 , 8 5 3
28,673
107,707
90,694
tt
Molina
2 3 , 1 6 2
16,901
65,923
47,660
tt
Peoria*
1 7 2 , 8 8 6
135,843
504,913
408,054
It
Rockford*
66,622
7 9 , 5 5 8
189,014
239,657
It
Springfield
6 1 , 4 0 7
17*533
182,422
147,013
Fort Wayne *
Ind,
1 1 1 , 4 8 2
80,024
241,639
317,287
n
Gary
4 3 , 5 1 5
36,758
108,685
134,185
tt
Hammond
2 5 , 4 6 2
20,319
58,770
75,197
n
Indianapolis*
5 6 7 , 8 9 1
469,752
1,406,442
1,673,037
Lafayette
3 1 , 4 1 2
22,660
65.268
92,430
it
Muncie
3 4 , 1 2 4
26,697
82,335
102,779
Tt
South Bend*
1 6 4 , 3 2 4
93,050
273,223
440*233
It
Terre Eaute
5 6 , 0 3 6
47,411
149,172
167,985
r / Revised f i g u r e s
B a k e r s f i e l d , C a l i f f ? November 1946, 74,655;
Decembe r 1946, 66,596,
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G«6d

DEBITS BY BANKS IN EACH REPORTING CENTER
(In thousands of d o l l a r s )
3 months ended - January
January
J a n . 191+7 I J a n . 19Ub
1946
1947

DISTRICT NO, 7 -r CHICAGO (Cont'd)
Iowa
Burlington
1 5 . 5 7 3
ft
Cedar Rapids*
71,421
tt
Clinton
16,707
tt
Davenport*
57,889
ft
Des Moines*
304,211
tt
36,627
Dubuque*
ft
Mason City
28,917
tt
Muscatine
10,842
ft
Ottumwa
31,151
tt
Sioux City*
143,367
ft
Waterloo*
54,205
Mich.
13,186
Adrian
tt
B a t t l e Creek
35,979
tt
26,368
Bay City*
ti
2,272,336
Detroit*
tt
73,819
Flint*
Grand Rapids*
152,503
tt
42,920
Jackson
»
61,701
Kalamazoo*
tt
79,4l6
Lansing*
ft
50,704
Muskegon
ft
25,259
Port Huron
ft
56,913
Saginaw
Wis,
45,351
Green Bay
tt
84,197
Madi son
ft
17,002
Manitowoc
tt
754,333
Mi lwaukee*
tt
22,510
Oshkosh
tt
46,178
Racine
tt
1+2,983
Sheboygan
DISTRICT NO, 8 » ST, LOUIS
Ark,
El Dorado
tt
Fort Smith
tt
Helena
tt
L i t t l e Rock*
tt
Pine Bluff
Texarkana
(Sec a l s o Tex,)
111.
Alton
East S t . Louis &
If
N a t ' l Stock Yards
TT
Quinoy
Ind,
Evansville*
Ky.
Louisville*
n
Owensboro
it
paducah
Miss,
Greenville
Mo,
Cape Girardeau
n
Hannibal
tl
J e f f e r s o n City
tt
S t . Louis*
ft
Sedalia
tt
Springfield
Jackson
Tonn,
tt
Memphis *




12,873
52,607
14,065
47,486
2l+l ,lt42
27,742
21,750
3,173
13,350
95,415
35,166
10,061
31,533
21,269
1,853,273
54,219
110,331
34,400
50,390
62,135
1+2,008
13,317

1+3,923

219,226
56,229
178,983
829,793
110,732
82,947
36,01+1+
87,1+02
1+07,935
15l+,699
38,71+0
110,837
81,378

7,052,616

1+1,087
161+.750
1+5,725
137,978
657,866

80,61+6

61+, 387
26,683
59,434
235,532
109,153
27,313
90,869
65,1+29
5,669,236
167,686
339,321+

35,216
74,534
14,013
710,147
19,316
1+3,659
37,970

223,377
1+1+9,532
131,963
183,171+
237.582
155,697
73,536
186.583
ll+o,l+ll+
259,909
52 ,1+35
2,292,31+5
70,031
lj+l+,926
134,925

16,898
34,506
7,729
106,320
26,769

12,674
30,233
6,625
36,196
19,257

51,685
103,775
26,537
323,659
32,083

37,257
105,487
21,831
271,977
73 , 698

9,705
19,1+14

9,1+33

28,932
59,985

28,210

16,666

73,350
19,551
77,391+
l+0l+,57l+
26,11+9

310,1+06

231,437
61,499
227,376
1,207,016
71,305

108,623
24,936
90,125
47 1,039
30,191
13,633
16,351+
9,71+2
7,568
51,187
1,322,736
9,558
1+9,359
15,831+
1+68,91+1+

44,790

10,880

12,355
7,821+
5,587
1+3,313
,066,71+7
7,696
1+1,093

12,1+90

359,1+18

74,592
268,372
1,368,778

82,516

1+1,252
50,521+
28,375
21,878
119,726
1+,065,758

28,220

155,799
54,013

1,1+63,688

102,1+67

157,1+15
178,901
116,11+3

54,31+9

140,316
103,692
214,61+6

42,221+

2,224,633
57,317
137,191

111,444

50,592

31,388

39,338
21,165
16,84l
93,168
3,^30,066
22,441
116,1+36
4 1 , 2 4 6

1,112,934

DEBITS BY BANKS IK BACH BEPORTING CENTER
( I n t h o u s a n d s of d o l l a r s )
January
1947

January
1946

90,939
17,859
953,140
4,727
17,953
11,206
432,219
85,640
17,021
32,178
36,619
39,648
21,354
26,698
4,681
72,051
19,359
6 ,.oit8
15,670
34,065
70,514
29,583
24,799
11,767

76,570
12,213
762,949
3,617
12,895
8,512
361,316

33,130
436,755
12,148
20,170
33,258
14,538
9,398
51,131
7,093
59,518
9,685
9,588
42,640
35,139
247,591
25,933
944,146
95,110
12,913
20,129
68,730
470,766
69,045
59,588
42,293
3,822
28,575
264,272
5,673
332,344
20,992
31,175

3 months ended —
J a n . 1947
J a n , 1.946

DISTRICT NO, 9 - MINNEAPOLIS
Duluth*
Mankato
Minneapolis*
Red Wing
Rochester
S t . Cloud
S t . Paul*
South S t . Paul
Winona
Billings*
Butte
Great F a l l s
Helena*
Bismarck
Dickinson
Fargo*
Grand F o r k s *
Jamestown
Mi n o t
Aberdeen*
Sioux F a l l s
Eau C l a i r e
LaCrosse
Superior*

Minn.
1
1
tl
It
tl
tt
ft
tt
It
• Mont,
I
T
tt
tt
N, Dak.
1
1
tt
tt
tt
S . Dak,
1
1
Wis,
1
1
1
1

21,498
20,361
10,371

308,789
51,506
2,919,323
15,028
54,466
34,455
1,316,687
250,907
50,660
99,227
108,750
113,610
67,092
76,522
13,H9
191,116
58,642
17,157
46,313
63,433193,962
90,010
76,172
35,853

271,858
36,634
2,333,160
11,202
41,637
25,648
1,110,375
165,736
bP,5 35
82,771
33,482
35,963
56,527
68,459
12,276
142,626
45,839
13,286
37,182
51,685
142,239
60,722
61,299
31,911

29,099
353.184
9,318
l 4 , 204
26,295
13,734
8,093
43,031
5,555
49,268
7,854
8,457
29,630
64,658
196,960
23,518
728,160
67,759
8,006
14,733
60,236
359,310
57,545
47,973
26,197
4,005
18,676
220,746
5,507
255,041
14,547
26,910

108,029
1,282,937
36,092
53 ,423
98,174
43,372
23,975
114,288
19,279
170,401
28,3o4
29,498
103,977
223,980
586,031
77,222
2,724,717
276,415
35,516
55,706
201,659
1,357,608
192,776
178,195
103,134
11,425
74,471
798,202
18,665
1,046,693
55,379
78,745

95,051
1,097,418
29,984
40,784
86,019
29,597
23,285
102,1|49
15,149
135,358
23,796
25,019
73,265
181,275
486,362

44,443
13,502
23,390
29,658
31,611
15,607
22,387
4,035
51,148
15,107
4,417
12,071
26,594

49,446

DISTRICT NO. 10 - KANSAS CITY
Colorado S p r i n g s *
Denver*
Gra nd J u n c t i o n
Greeley
Pueblo*
Atchison
Emporia
Hutchinson
Independence
Kansas C i t y *
Lawrence
Pittsburg
Salina
Topeka*
Wichita*
Joplin*
Kansas City*
S t . Joseph*
Fremont
Grand I s l a n d
Lincoln
Omaha*
Albuquerque*
Bartlegville*
Enid
Guthrie
Muskogee*
Oklahoma City*
Okmulgee
Tulsa*
Casper
Cheyenne



Colo,
tt
tt
tt
Kans.
it
tt
tt
tt
tt
tt
tt
tt
Mo.
1
1
It
Neb,
n
It
N. M.
Okla,
tt
tt
tt
tt
tt
tt
Wyo,
tt

68,090
2,116,186
192,228
23,570

bk.ol#

173,252
1,102,691
149,797
143,178
71,195
11,094
59,821
673,859
17,685
833,795
42,605
68,913

G.6f

DEBITS BY BASKS IN EACH REPORTING CENTER
( I n thousands of d o l l a r s )
January

1947

January

1946

3 months ended -*•
Jan, 191+7
3an. 194b

DISTRICT NO. 11 - DALLAS
Tucson*
Monroe
Shreveport*
Ro swell
Abilene
Ametrillo
Austin*
Beaumont*
Corpus C h r i s t i
Corsicana
Dallas*
El Paso*
F o r t Worth*
Galveston
Houston*
Laredo
Lubbock
Port Arthur
San Angela
San Antonio
Testa rkana*
(See a l s o Ark.)
Tyler
Waco*
Wichita F a l l s

4 6 , 5 6 6

M»
Tex.
1!

N .

If
tt

!!

11+6,882

2 6 , 2 9 9

93,11+2

7 5 , 0 1 5

1 1 2 , 6 1 0

it

4 2 , 8 9 9

5 2 , 4 3 1

Ariz,
La;

9 2 , 5 7 1

3 3 7 , 0 1 3

2 7 5 , 7 8 8

1 3 , 1 5 5

tt
tt
If
ft
tt
tt
ft
tt
ft

tt

5 5 , 5 5 4

2 2 , 9 8 5

6 9 , 9 7 8

5 1 , 1 8 8

2 0 6 , 2 5 7

1 5 2 , 9 1 0

1 2 5 , 2 6 6

1 1 7 , 6 9 2

302,31+5

2 6 3 , 9 2 4

7 5 , 1 4 2

6 6 , 8 1 4

1 8 6 , 9 0 7

6 4 , 0 9 5

6 8 , 9 9 4

215,657
195,067
32,061
2,511,726

2 , 0 2 7 , 3 8 9

6 8 , 5 5 8

1 9 7 , 9 5 7

3 1 7 , 8 8 1

9,560
667,516

1 0 5 , 5 9 6

9 2 , 9 1 6

328,01+6'

2 6 6 , 9 7 4

2 6 8 , 8 0 2

2 1 5 , 7 5 2

81+9,615

6 9 0 , 5 3 5

5 6 , 1 1 9

5 2 , 2 7 5

1 7 1 , 1 7 8

1 5 0 , 2 0 5

2 , 5 2 1 , 1 1 5

1 , 9 2 8 , 1 8 0

7 7 0 , 8 3 5

636,286

1+9,059

1 7 , 1 5 8

1 3 , 8 3 0

5 2 , 3 5 0

4 0 , 3 7 5

160,81+1

2 8 , 5 0 2

2 4 , 5 6 4

81+,1+67

2 2 , 7 0 6

2 2 , 5 4 1

73,01+3

2 2 3 , 7 8 7

1 9 7 , 2 8 7

1 5 , 0 5 4

1 0 , 6 5 8

677,81+8
1+5,1+54

2 7 , 0 5 4

5 8 , 4 9 6
1 1 5 , 0 5 0

70,698
65,665
5 8 0 , 4 7 8

5 5 , 4 1 9

It
ft

5 5 , 7 1 5

2 9 , 7 0 4

4 7 , 4 1 8

tt

5 9 , 1 7 5

101,051
144,125

4 4 , 0 4 7

5 9 , 5 9 7

1 3 4 , 3 1 7

118,286

1 4 9 , 7 2 4

5 4 4 , 8 1 7

4 0 0 , 8 5 5

6 1 , 3 9 7

2 3 5 , 9 5 1

1 7 1 , 0 5 3

DISTRICT NO. 12 - SAN FRANCISCO
Phoenix
Ariz.
2 0 3 , 0 6 1
Bakersfield r /
Calif.
9 4 , 7 0 0
If
Berkeley
8 2 , 6 5 2
tt
Fresno*
1 6 1 , 2 0 7 '
tt
Long Beach*
1 5 2 , 8 0 6
tt
Los Angeles*
2 , 9 1 1 , 7 6 9
tt
Oakland*
3 6 0 , 0 0 0 #
ft
Pasadena*
1 0 7 , 5 6 2
If
Riverside
3 8 , 7 6 1
tt
Sacramento*
3 7 0 , 1 5 9
tt
San Bernardino
5 4 , 5 9 5
ft
San Diego*
2 3 2 , 1 1 8
ft
San Francisco*
2 , 0 4 6 , 9 0 6
tt
San Jose
126,017
It
oanta Barbara
5 7 , 7 2 2
tt
2 4 , 6 0 0
Santa Rosa
If
Stockton*
6 5 , 3 3 5
Idaho
Bo i s e*
8 4 , 4 1 1
Nev«
Reno*
4 7 , 5 0 9
Ore.
Eugene
4 5 , 1 4 1
tt
Portland*
5 1 9 , 3 5 3
it
Salem
5 5 , 4 2 6
Utah
Ogden*
6 1 , 7 9 6
n
S a l t Lake City*
193,663
Wash.
Bellingham
1 9 , 9 6 9
tt '
Everett
2 5 , 5 2 2
tt
Seattle*
6 2 5 , 8 5 5
tt
Spokane*
1 4 9 , 1 5 5
ft
Tacoma*
7 5 , 4 0 4
tt
Walla Walla
2 3 , 9 5 4
It'
Yakima*
5 0 , 8 2 7



1+0,61+6
83,856

26,366

1 0 , 9 9 5
It

12., 1 7 1

120,522

r / See f o o t n o t e on
#

Estimated

67,761
112,982
125,872
2,511,112
358,653
85,71+8
1+1,801
282,016
33,601
2 0 6 , 5 3 5
1 , 9 1 1 , 8 3 0
8 7 , 4 2 4

223,033
5 1 9 , 2 3 4

362,848
5 5 9 , 5 4 1
7 , 5 5 4 , 8 4 9

1 , 1 4 2 , 8 5 0

1 , 0 4 1 , 7 2 0

296,920
1 0 7 , 3 3 3

1 , 0 8 4 , 2 9 9
1 4 5 , 6 3 0
6 3 4 , 4 6 5

6,410,520
5 4 5 , 6 7 9

54,21+1

1 9 5 , 9 6 0

60,716

203,420

41,833
31,3 61+

128,347

1 5 1 , 6 0 9

1 8 3 , 4 5 9

8 , 4 5 4 , 6 3 1

106,080
76,604

l+6,ll+0
i+8,169

1 1 4 , 5 4 3

4 2 0 , 5 5 1

31,666
20,11.39

1+25,730

9 0 , 5 1 8

2 4 5 , 0 0 4

113,749
8 3 4 , 0 8 6

95,532
610,645
5 , 7 7 6 , 5 1 5
2 6 8 , 5 3 6
9 0 , 9 5 7

60,599

166,986
1 5 6 , 5 0 7

108,605

1 3 2 , 7 8 3

8 7 , 7 9 1

1 , 5 6 4 , 4 7 9

1 , 5 1 9 , 5 5 7

160,699
2 1 2 , 5 3 4
5 8 8 , 9 7 8

1 2 7 , 9 6 5
1 7 0 , 1 5 7

466,521
4 9 , 0 7 6

1 7 , 5 1 2

5 7 , 7 0 9

1 9 , 5 6 6

8 1 , 4 5 8

62 , 535

5 1 8 , 2 1 9

1 , 7 7 5 , 1 6 5

1 , 6 1 2 , 4 6 5

112,1+79

4 2 9 , 9 6 7

5 5 5 , 0 7 2

110,272

324,269

3 2 5 , 5 0 6

18,1+57

6 7 , 1 3 4

1+3,877

1 5 1 , 3 1 3

5 5 , 7 7 7

132,522