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STATEMENT POE TEE PRESS
Released for publication
Sunday morning, Pet. 17;
not earlier.

St. 6 1 0 1
Federal Reserve Board,
February la, 1 9 2 9 .
BANE DSBITS

Debits to individual accounts, as reported to the Federal Reserve Board b y
banks in leading cities for the week ending February 13, which included bat five
business days for many of the reporting centers, aggregated $l 6 ,S 6 6 , 0 0 0 , 0 0 0 , or
1 9 * 0 per cent below the total reported for the preceding week, and 3 1 * 8 per cent
above the total for the corresponding week of last year.
Aggregate debits for l4l centers for which figures have been published
weekly since January 1 9 1 9 amounted to ■
ij> 6 , 0 7 5 > C0 , 0 0 0 , as compared with
l
0
0 1 9 , 5 0 1 , 0 0 0 , 0 0 0 for the preceding week and | l 2 , 0 1 7 , 0 0 0 , 0 0 0 for the week ending,
February 1 5 of last year.

DEBITS TO INDIVIDUAL ACCOUNTS - SUMMARY BY FEDERAL RESERVE DISTRICTS
Federal
Reserve
District
No. 1
2
3
\
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

Number of
centers
included

- Boston
- Hew York
- Philadelphia
- Cleveland
- Richmond
- Atlanta
- Chicago
- St. Louis
- Minneapolis
- Kansas City
- Dallas
- San Francisco
TOTAL

W e e k
Feb. 13, 1 9 2 9

lS
l4
IS
25
23

e n d i n g

Feb. 6 , 1 9 2 9

Feb. 15, 1923

16

759,501
296,783
2S6.5S1
1 ,483,166
314,856

16

1 7 1 ,0 1 5

3 6 7 ,7 3 9
1 9 2 ,6 4 9

23
17
23

315,511
186,003
790,44s

371,890
240,319
1 ,0 2 1 ,0 4 3

596,056
7 ,3 7 0 ,6 5 2
519,958
691J42
2 3 4 ,4 3 s
23^,381
1 ,2 9 2 ,7 1 4
306,559
158,622
296,753
185,540
803,337

265

1 6 , 8 6 6 ,4 7 4

2 0 ,8 09 ,8 8 2

1 2 ,7 9 2 ,7 5 2

6 5 2 ,6 9 5

26

1 3 ,7 03 ,1 8 5

6 0 1 ,1 6 8

38

8 2 6 ,8 6 7

11,003,747

7 7 7 ,1 9 4
8 9 0 ,0 7 4
3 4 9 ,9 2 4
3 4 3 ,5 2 8
1 , 7 2 4 ,9 7 0

DEBITS TO INDIVIDUAL ACCOUNTS BY BANKS IN EACH REPORTING CENTER
(in thousands of dollars)_______________
Week ending
Week ending
Feb. 13, 1 9 2 9
Feb. 13,1929
DISTRICT NO. 1 - BOSTON
DISTRICT NO. 2 - NEW YORK (Cont'd)
Bangor, Me.
3,298
Northern New Jersey
Boston, Mass.
444,672
Clearing House Assn.
54,920
B r ockt on, Mao s.
6 ,0 6 l
Passaic, N. J .
9 ,0 0 0
Fall River, Mass.'
7,332
Poughkeepsie, 21. Y.
3 ,6 4 2
Hartford, Conn.
4 4 ,3 74
Rochester, N. Y.
3 5 ,4 4 3
Holyoke, Mass.
Stamford, Conn.
3,199
3 .6 1 s
Lowell, Mass.
4,330
Syracuse, N . Y.
17,433
Lynn, lias s.
7,247
Manchester, N. H.
4,015
DISTRICT NO. 3 - PHILADELPHIA
New Bedford, Mass.
5,605
Allentown, Pa.
7 ,5 6 9
New Haven, Conn.
23,089
Altoona, Pa.
3 ,5 7 0
Portland, He.
Camden, N. J .
'
10,855
15,146
Providence, R. I .
4 2 ,7 1 0
Chester, Pa.
5.236
Springfield, Mass.
1 9 ,2 9 2
Harrisburg, Pa.
8 ,800
Wat erbury, Conn.
9 ,6 7 2
Hazleton, Pa.
3 ,6 6 4
Worcester, Maos.
1 6 ,3 9 4
Johnstown, Pa.
5 ,2 1 9
Lancaster, Pa.
7,330
DISTRICT NO. 2 - NEW YORK
Lebanon, Pa.
1 ,7 6 1
Albany, N . y.
45,463
Norristown, Pa.
3,123
Binghamton, N. Y.
6 ,4 3 2
Philadelphia, Pa.
4 5 5 ,6 2 0
Buffalo, N. Y.
8 6 ,9 3 5
Reading, Pa.
1 1 ,1 1 5
Elmira, N. Y.
Scranton, Pa.
4,169
1 5 ,9 00
Jamestown, N . Y.
Trenton, IT. J .
4,273
2 i ,i 4 4
Montclair, N. J .
4,sss
Wilkes-Barre, Pa.
1 0 ,6 5 6
Newark, N. J .
Williamsport, Fa.
79,711
5 ,395
New York, N . Y.
1 0 , 6 4 7 ,7 1 5
Wilmington, Del.
14,3 90
York, Pa.
5,030



*

DIBITS TO INDIVIDUAL ACCOUNT'S BY BAMKS IN BiCH REPORTING CEL':t ^
(In tMouconds of dollars)
____S ';e SlOla
(week ending
Week ending
Feb. 13,1929
lFeb. j . ? , 1929
DISTRICT NO. 4 - CLEVELAND
DISTRICT NO, 6 - ATLANTA (Con ;>dj
.Heron, Ohio
26,964
1
Eloerton, Ga.
323
1 ,6 6 8
Butler, Pa.
Hat ti e sburg, Mi ss .
2 ,4 2 7
Canton, Ohio
6 , ssi
Jackson, Miss.
12,979
Cincinnati, Ohio
Jacksonville, Fla.
18,003
118,154
S,l64
Cleveland, Ohio
202,704
Knoxv i 11e , Tenn.
44,756
Columbus, Ohio
Macon, Ga.
4,334
3,362
Connellsville, Pa.
Meridian, Miss.
805
is ,6 4 i
10,292
Dayton, Ohio
Miami, Fla.
Erie, Pa.
S.2S3
7,646
Mobile, -1a.
1
Franklin, Pa.
Montgomery, Ala.
5 ,H 5
1 ,1 3 9
Greensburg, Pa.
4 ,3 3 2
Nashville, Tenn.
29,797
Homestead, Pa.
439
1,052
Ne7/nan, Ga.
Lexington, Ky.
New Orleans, La.
9 ,1 7 6
65.195
1 ,6 1 6
Lima, Ohio
Pensacola, Fla.’
6 ,0 7 1
3,032
Lorain, Ohio
Savannah, Ga.
990
Mi ddletov/n, Ohi 0
2 , 19s
Tampa, Fla.
3,349
1,008
3,474
Oil City, Pa.
Valdosta, Ga.
2,002
Pittsburgh, pa.
Vicksburg, Mi ss.
213.937
Springfield, Ohio
4 ,7 3 9
Steubenville, Ohio
2 ,4 6 o
DISTRICT NO. 7 - CHICAGO
Sl 6
Toledo, Ohio
Adrian, Mich.
4 3 , io o
warren, Ohio
Aurora, 111.
3.203
3,091
Wheeling, W. Va.
10,061
4.436
Battle Creek, Mich.
Youngstovm, Ohio
15,288
Bay City, Mich.
2.S05
Zanesville, Ohio
2,468
Bloomington, 111.
2,630
Cedar Ra-pids, la.
7,956
3,102
DISTRICT NO, 5 - RICHMOND
Champaign-Urbana,111.
Asheville, N. C»
Chicago, 111 .
953.946
5,215
Baltimore., Md.
3.412
Danville, 111.
35,051
7,435
6 ,4 is
Charleston, S. C.
Davenport, la.
3 ,6 7 2
Charleston, W. Va.
Decatur, 111.
4,323
1 2 ,8 9 5
Charlotte, N . C.
Des Moines, la.
15.123
6 ,4 4 4
Columbia, S. C.
Detroit, Mich.
220,079
2 .3 0 o
Cumberland, Md.
3.144
Dubuque, I ovra
Danville, Va.
2,154
Flint, Mich.
9,901
3,703
Durham, N. C»
9,542
Fort Wayne, Ind.
5,563
Greensboro, N. C.
.5 , 2 0 6
Gary, Ind.
5 ,3 4 l
Greenville, S. C.
Grand Rapids, Mich,
16 , 91s
2,436
Hagers t o m , Md.
Green Bay, " i s .
3,167
4,457
Huntington, W. Va.
Hammond, Ind.
3,967
4,457
Lynchburg, Va.
Indianapolis, Ind.
44,936
2,400
Ne'.vport Nev/s, Va.
4,982
Jackson, Mich.
14,649
Norfolk, Va.
Kalamazoo, Mich.
5.792
4 ,345
Raleigh, N. C.
Lansing, Mich.
7,500
30,732
-Richmond, Va.
Mason City, la.
2,300
6 ,264
S.oanoke, Va.
Mi 1v/auke e , ’V s .
.i
65,482
3,010
Sparto,iiburg, S . C.
Moline, 111.
2,374
61,544
'Washington, D. C.
Muscatine, la.
1.437
Wilmington, N . C.
3.7^7
Oshkosh, Wis.
3.200
3,94 o
Winston-Salem, N. C.
Peoria, 111.
11,571
Rockfdrd, 111.
7,670
DISTRICT NO. 6 - ATLANTA
Saginaw, Mich.
6,507
Albany, Ga.
Sheb oygan, Wis.
3,314
393
Atlanta, Ga.
Si oux Ci ty, I o 7a
\
12,753
50,637
Augusta., Ga.
6 ,0 2 4
South Bend, Ind.
io,4og
7 ,2 2 5
Birmingham, Ala,
Springfield, 111.
2 9 ,0 0 0
Brunswick, Ga.
Terre Haute, Ind.
5,i3o
937
Chattanooga, Tenn.
Waterloo, la.
i i , 6so
4,530
Columbus, Ga.
3,34o
Dothan, Ala.
7S9
C.




DEBITS TO INDIVIDUAL ACCOUNTS BY B ffiS 1S EACH REPORTING CENTER
T
_____(in thou sands of dollars)_____________St. 6101b
'7eek ending
'"eek ending
Feb. 13, 1929
Feb. 13, 1929
DISTRICT HO. 8 - ST. LOUIS
DISTRICT NO* 10 - KANSAS CITY (Cont’ d)
East St- Louis and N a t 'l .
Okmui gee, Okla.
1,765
Stock Yards, 111.
l4,24s
Omaha, Neb.
^5,230
Eldorado,Ark.
Farsons, Kans.
1,888
622
?.vansvilie, Ind.,
Pittsburg, Kans.
10.5^5
1,593
Fort Smith, Ark.
Pueblo, Colo.
2,827
3,890
Greenville,Miss.
St. Joseph,Mo.
1,108
12,939
Helena,Ark.
Topeka,Kans.
3,56o
737
Little Rock,Ark.
18,302
38,448
Tulsa, Okla.
Louisville, ICy.
45,854
~ichita, Kans.
1^,390
Menrphi s , Tenn.
36,o37
Owensboro, Ky.
DISTRICT NO. 11 - DALLAS
1 ,7 2 0
Pine B lu ff, Ark.
2,6 o4
Abilene,Tex.
2 ,1 0 0
Quincy,111.
Austin,Tex.
4 .6 2 4
2,825
St. Louis, Mo.
Beaumont, Tex.
5 ,6 8 7
169,795
Sedalia, Mo.
Corsicana,Tex.
1,478
1,219
Springfield,Mo.
3,469
Dallas, Tex.
50,300
Texarkana,Ark.( See also Tex.) 1,078
El Paso, Tex.
8,578
Ft. \7orth,Tex.
2 0 ,6 1 2
DISTRICT NO.. 9 - MINNEAPOLIS
Galveston, Tex.
7,273
Aberdeen, S. D.
1,019
Houston, Tex.
37,171
B illin g s, Mont.
1 ,6 9 7
Port Arthur,Tex.
2 ,3 4 o
Dickinson, N . D.
Roswell, 27. M.
980
Duluth, Minn.
18,380
San Antonio,Tex.
19,401
Fargo, H . D.
4,170
Shreveport, La.
10,942
Grand Forks, N. D.
1,436
Texarkana,Tex.
Helena,Mont..
1 ,6 3 5
(See also A rk.)
2 ,2 1 5
Jamestown, N . D.
I.7 O
4
Tucson,Ari z.
2,980
La Crosse, Uis.
2,482
Waco,Tex.
3.625
Minneapoli s , Minn.
8 8 ,5 3 6
Wichita Falls,Tex.
5,697
Minot, 21. D.
1,259
St. Paul, Minn.
Sioux Falls, S. D.
South St. Paul, Minn.
Superior, Wis.
'.Tinona, Minn.
DISTRICT NO. 10 - KANSAS CITY
Albuquerque, IT. M.
Atchi son, Kan s.
Bartlesville, Okla.
Casper, I7yo.
Cheyenne, ".’
yo.
Colorado Springs, Colo.
Denver, Colo.
Enid, Okla.
Fremont, Neb.
Grand Junction, Colo.
Guthrie, Okla.
Hutchinson, Kans.
Independence, Kans.
Joplin,Mo.
Kansas City,Kans.
Kansas City,Mo.
Lawrence, Kans.
Lincoln, Neb.
Muskogee, Okla.
Oklahoma City, Okla.

Note:

C.

35,259
4,143
6,946
1 ,624
1 ,482

3 , o 45
1,359
5,^63
1,391
1,305
2,938
3 7 ,6 8 8
2 ,9 6 6

738
662

802
3,785
2,808
3,477
4,493
89,399
1,221
2,237
27,297

Bakersfield, C alif.
Bellingham, 7ash.
Berkeley, C alif.
Boise, Idaho
Eugene, Ore.
Everett, !7ash.
Fresno, C alif.
Long Beach,Calif.
Los Angeles,Calif..
Oakland, C alif.
Ogden, Utah
Pasadena, C alif.
Phoenix, Ariz.
Portland, Ore.
Reno, Nev.
R itzv ille , ",7ash.
Sacramento, C alif.
Salt Lake City,Utah
San Bernardino,C alif.
San Diego,Calif.
San Francisco,Calif.
San Jo se,C a lif.
Santa Barbara,Calif.
Seattle, TJash.
Spokane, ” ash.
Stockton, C alif.
Tacoma, Wash.
Yakima, ,7ash.

2,821
2,471
3,9^5
3,378
l ,6 i 4
2,907
6 ,2 6 8
1 2 ,3 8 6

251,137
43,728
3,568
10,401
1 1 ,1 1 2

43,553
2,407
187
9,398
15,017
2 ,2 1 0

14,581
2 5 4 ,8 0 2

5,114
3,173
54,o43
1 2 ,05 ^
5 ,1 ^2
1 0 ,5 0 2
2 ,5 2 9

Bank debits for week ending February 6 , 1929* uot previously re­
ported;. Dickinson, N . Dale., 3 6 0 ; TTinona, Minn., 1 , 7 7 6 *