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STATEMfiNT FOE THE PRESS
Released ft> publication
£
Sunday morfting, Feb . 17;
not earlier.

BAM DEBITS

B-S06
Federal Reserve Board
February l6, 1935

Debits to individual accounts, as reported to the Pederal Reserve Board by
banks in leading cities for the week ended February 13. aggregated $6,059, 000, 000 ,
or 15 per cent below the total reported for the preceding week and ’ per cent abdvsr
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the total for the corresponding week of last year.
Aggregate debits for the l4l cities for wh&eh a separate total has been main­
tained since January 1919 amounted to $5,635*00$,000, compared with $6,578,000,000
the preceding week and $5*482,000,000 the week ended February l4 of last year.

SUMMARY BY FEDEEAL RESERVE DISTEICTS
_____ (in thousands of dollars)
e n d e
e e k
Number
Feb. 6
Feb... 13
of centers
included
_____

Federal
Reserve
District
No.

1

- Boston

2

- New Y o r k

3 - P h ila d e lp h ia

45

C lev elan d

- B ic h m o n d

17
15
18
25
23

26

6 - A tlanta
7

- C h ic a g o

39

S

- St.

16

Lou is

9 - Minneapolis
10

- Kansas

C ity

17
28
18
28

335, 889
3 , 015 , 062
280, Uio
326 , 379
203, 447
171, 060
750, 111
l 6l, 511
97, 292
184, 843
118, 033
4i4. 920

Feb. l4’
1934
340,072

387,332
3,449,046
334,292

3 ,065,882
257,861

449,495
225,636

304,557

187,631

161,527
634,600
162,224
86,848
173,342

891,678

187,762

120,212

209,692

176,698

117,166
151,380
522.812
___412, 72k7 , 116 , 96a
5,893>501
270
TOTAL
6,058,957
CENTER
DIBITS BY BANKS IN MCH EXPORTING
(in thousands of dollars)
Week ended
Week ended
Feb. 13, 1935
Feb. 13,1935
DISTEICT NO. 2 - NEW YORK (Cont’ d)
DISTEICT NO. 1 - BOSTON
Northern New Jersey
Bangor, Me.
2,970
2 7 ,H 9
Clearing House Assn.
Boston, Mass.
222,794
, 4,327
Passaic, N. J .
Brockton, Mass.
2,613
2,350
Poughkeepsie, N. Y.
1,803
Burlington, Vt,
17,525
Eochester, N. Y.
3,086
Fall Eiver, Mass,
1,909
Stamford, Conn.
Hartford, Conn,
28,059
11,066
Syracuse, N. Y,
1,818
Holyoke, Mass,
6,150
Utica, N. Y.
2,800
Lowell, Mass.
3,247
Lynn, Mass.
DISTEICT NO. 3 - PHILADELPHIA
Manchester, N. H.
2,752
3,246
Allentown, Pa.
3,648
New Bedford, Mass.
I,5S6
Altoona, Pa.
New Haven, Conn.
10,599
6,554
Camden, N. J.
Portland, He..
6,127
2,028
Chester, Pa.
Providence, E. I.
20,959
4,809
Harrisburg, Pa.
10,673
Springfield, Mass,
1,901
Hazleton, Pa.
4,110
Waterbury, Conn,
2,08?
Johnstown, Pa.
Worcester, Mass.
7,831
3,322
Lancaster, Pa,
942
Lebanon, Pa,
DISTEICT NO. 2 - NEW YOEK
1,407
Norristown, Pa.
6i ,84 o
Albany, N. Y.
210,960
Philadelphia, Pg..
Binghamton, N. Y.
3.436
4,189
Eeading, Pa.
Buffalo, N. Y.
38,105
8 , 65s'
Scranton, Pa,
1,990
Elmira, N# Y.
II,935
Trenton, N, J.
2,203
Jamestown, N. Y.
3,teS
Wilkes-Barre, Pa,
3,374
Montclair, N. J.
Williamsport, Pa.
1,67“
Newark, N. J.
45,937
8,829
Wilmington, Del.
New York, N. Y.
2,787,731
2,825
statement for the week ending February 20
Friday, February 22, being a holiday, the
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EffilTS BY BANKS IN EACH REPORTING CENTER
B-S06a
(In thousands of dollars)_________
Week ended
Week ended
Feb. 13, 1935
Feb. 13,1935
DISTRICT NO . 6 - ATLANTA (Cont'd)
DISTRICT NO. 4 - CLEVELAND
190
Elberton, Ga.
8 ,4 6 8
Akron, Ohio
998
Hattiesburg, Miss.
1,277
Butler, Pa.
4,565
Jackson, Miss.
Canton, Ohio
5,059
Jacksonville, Fla.
14,175
U s ,067
Cincinnati, Ohio
Knoxville, Tenn.
3,987
Cleveland, Ohio
62,525
2,419
Macon, Ga.
Columbus, Ohio
27,190
Meridian, Miss.
1,675
Dayton, Ohio
8,973
Miami, Fla.
7,319
4,169
Erie, Pa.
4,700
Mobile, Ala.
494
Franklin, Pa.
Montgomery, Ala.
4,563
1,020
Greensburg, Pa.
Nashville, Tenn.
13,273
Hamilton, Ohio
1,717
358
Newnan, Ga.
}46
Homestead, Pa.
39,918
New Orleans, Lai
5,700
Lexington, Ky.
1,429
Pensacola, Fla.
Lima, Ohio
1,519
Savannah, Ga.
4,963
514
Loraini Ohio
4,954
Tampa, Fla.
Middletown4 Ohio
. 1,278
Valdosta, Ga.
Oil City, Pa*
Vicksburg, Miss.
1$
Pittsburgh, Pa.
Springfield, Ohio
2,737
DISTRICT NO. 7 - CHICAGO
Steubenville, Ohio
1,590
AdriaJi, Mich.
439
15,402
Toledo, Ohio
1,302
Aurora, 1 1 1 .
Warren, OMo
1,407
2,459
Battle Creek, Mich.
Wheeling, W. Va.
4,907
i , 4oi
Bay City* Mich.
Youngstown, Ohio
6,569
Bloomington, 1 1 1 ,
1.543
Zanesville, Ohio
1,179
3,921
Cedar Rapids, Iowa
1,549
Champaign-Urbana, 1 1 1 .
DISTRICT NO. 5 - RICHMOND
436,085
Chicago, 1 1 1 .
1,864
Asheville, N. C.
987
Clinton, Iowa
Baltimore, Md.
53,741
1.413
Danville,1 1 1 .
2,602
Charleston, S. C.
2,869
Davenport, Iowa
Charleston, W. Va.
8,273
2,346
Decatur, 1 1 1 .
Charlotte, N. C.
10,3^5
15.694
Des Moines, Iowa
5,518
Columbia, S. C.
132,034
Detroit, Mich.
i,6o4
Cumberland, ^d.
1,344
Dubuque, Iowa
1,236
Danville, Va,
3,562
Flint, Mich.
4,58s
Durham, N. C.
4,504
Fort Wayne, Ind.
Greensboro, N. C.
2,542
Gary, Ind.
2,253
Greenville, S. C.
3,501
7,118
Grand Rapids, Mich.
Hagers town, Md.
1,407
Green Bay, Wis,
1,973
Huntington, W. Va.
2,513
Hammond, Ind.
559
Lynchburg, Va.
3,097
26,741
J
Indianapolis, Ind.
Newport News, Va.
1,466
1,958
Jackson, Mich.
8,728
Norfolk,Va.
ICalamazo0 , Mi ch.
2,736
Portsmouth, Va.
642
2,687
Lansing, Mich.
Raleigh, N. C,
9,160
1,168
Manitowoc, Wis.
Richmond, Va.
29,190
Mason City, Iowa
1,499
4,028
Roanoke, Va.
Milwavikee, Wis,
51,953
Washington, D. C.
39,835
772
Molx»e, 1 1 1 ,
1,654
Wilmington, N. C.
462
Muscatine, Ioxm
Winston-Salem, N. C,
5,873
1,467
Oshkosh, Wis,
7,696
Peoria, 1 1 1 .
DISTRICT NO. 6 - ATLANTA
3,06s
£oc«ford, 111,
7ie
Albany, Ga.
2,273
Ss,ginaw, Mieh.
A tlan ta, Ga.
1,673
Sheboygan, Wis,
3,309
Augusta, Ga.
6,473
Sioux City, Iowa
12,500
Birmingham, Ala.
4,224
South Bend, Ind.
434
Brunswick, Ga.
3,383
Springfield, 1 1 1 ,
Chattanooga, Tenn.
6,749
3.114
Terre Haute, Ind,
Columbus, Ga.
2,367
2,396
Waterloo, Iowa
483
Dothan, Ala.



DZBITS BY BAMS IN EACH REPORTING CENTER
___
( In thousands of dollars)________________ _______ B-806b
Week ended
Week ended
Feb. 13, 1935
Feb. 13,1935
DISTRICT NO. 10 - KANSAS CITY (Cont'd)
DISTRICT NO. S - ST. LOUIS
East St. Louis & Nat*l.
543
Okntilgee, Okla.
24,710
Stock Yards, 111.
Omaha, Heb.
4,986
801
Eldorado, Ark.
Pittsburg, Kans.
95^
2,019
Evansvilie, Ind.
Puebloi Colo.
3,913
5,495
Fort Smith, Ark.
Sti Joseph, Mo.
1,849
2,769
Greenville, Miss.
Topeka, Kans.
757
Helena, Ark.
Tulsa, Okla.
21,195
328
8,065
Little Sock, Ark.
Wichita, Kans.
5,374
Louisville, Ky.
27,247
19,209
Memphis, Tern.
DISTRICT HO. 11 - DALLAS
983
Owensboro, Ky.
Abilene, Tex.
1,433
6,820
Pine Bluff, Ark.
1,252
Austin, Tex.
3,bl6
Quincy, 111 .
Beaumont, Tex.
1,073
647
St. Louis, Mo.
Corsicana, Tex.
89,867
32 , 391+
Sedalia, Mo.
Dallas, Tex.
337
4,204
Springfield, Mo.
2,342
El Paso, Tex.
12,487
Texarkana,Ark.(See also Tex.)
440
Fort Worth, Tex.
Galveston, Tex.
3,055
DISTRICT NO. 9 - MINNEAPOLIS
Houston, T e x .
22,997
Aberdeen, S. D.
626
Port Arthur, Tex.
1,423
Billings, Mont.
Roswell, H. M.
1,248
558
Dickinson, N. D.
San Antonio, T e x .
199
11,997
Duluth, Minn.
Shreveport, La.
6,694
4,832
Fargo, N. D.
Texarkana, Tex.
2,500
Grand Forks, N. D.
691
(See also Ark.)
707
Helena, Mont.
Tucson, Ariz.
1,455
3,34-3
Jamestown, N. D.
Tyler, Tex.
1,802
273
La Crosse, Wis.
Waco, Tex.
1,263
3,392
Minneapoli s , Minn.
W i c h i t a Falls, T e x .
49,617
2,352
Minot, H. D.
5q4
Red Wing, Minn.
D I S T R I C T H O . 12 - S A N F R A N C IS C O
31.4
St. Paul, Minn.
Bav
:ersfield, Calif.
24,6 o 4
2,092
Sioux Falls,S. D.
Eellingham, Wash.
2,310
797
S o u t h S t . P a u l , Minn.
Berkeley, Calif.
2,44s2,997
Superior, Wis.
Boise, Idaho
770
2*7^7
Winona, Minn.
1,011
Eugene, Ore.
704
1,008
E v e r e t t , Wash.
D I S T R I C T H O . 10 - K A H S A S C I T Y
Fresno, Calif.
3,939
Albuquerque, H. M.
Long Beach, Calif.
4,878
2,009
Atchison, Kans.
Los Angeles, Calif.
119,235
612
Bartlesville, Okla.
Oakland, dal.
26,958
4,076
Casper, Wyo.
Ogden, Utah
1,862
798
Cheyenne, Wyo,
Pasadena, Calif.
4,079
1,203
Colorado Springs, Colo.
P h o en ix, A r i z .
6,637
2,539
22,830
Denver, Colo.
Portland, Ore.
22,313
1,494
Enid, Okla.
Reno, Nev.
1,543
Fremont, Heb.
Sacramento, Calif.
12,879
462
Grand Junction, Colo,
9,668
Salt Lake City, Utah
409
Guthrie, Okla.
San Bernardino, Calif.
1,225
311
Hutchinson, Kans.
San Diego, Calif,
2,156
7,077
Independence, Kans.
133,704
San Francisco, Calif.
422
Joplin, Mo.
San Jose, Calif,
3,357
1,695
Kansas City, Kans.
Santa Barbara, Calif.
1,724
2,061
Kansas City, Mo.
Seattle, Wash.
27,174
52,689
Lawrence, Kans.
Spokane, Wash.
6,485
621
Lincoln, Heb.
Stockton, Calif.
2,730
U,937
Muskogee, Okla.
Tacoma, Wash.
4,507
1,240
Oklahoma City, Okla.
Walla Walla, Wash.
868
17,150
Yakima, Wash.
1,814
Note: Revised figures for wee]£ ended February 6, 1935;
Chattanooga, Tenn., 6.1+75^ Columbus, Ga., 2,273.