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STATEMENT FOB THE PRESS
Beleased for publication
Sunday morning, Jan. 12;
not earlier.

BANE DEBITS

Board of Governors
of the Federal Beserve System
January 11, 1936

Debits to individual accounts, as reported by banks in leading cities for the
week ended January S, aggregated $10,097,000,000, or 12 percent above the total re­
ported for the preceding week, which included only five business days, and 38 per­
cent above the total for the corresponding week of last year.
Aggregate debits for th© l4l cities for which a separate total has been main­
tained since January 1919 amounted to $9,3^1,000,000, compared with $8,411,000,000
the preceding week and $6,732,000,000 the week ended January 9 of last year.

Federal
Beserve
District
No, 1 - Boston
2 - New York
3 - Philadelphia
4 - Cleveland
5 - Bichmond
6 - Atlanta
7 - Chicago
8 - St. Louis
9 - Minneapolis
10 - Zansas City
11 - Dallas
12 - San Francisco
TOTAL

SUMMARY BY FEDERAL BESERVE DISTRICTS
(In thousands of dollars)
Number
le sf
c
ended
of centers
Jan. 8,
Jan. 1,
included
1936
* & <....
?
■
610,181
17
, 509,139
5,040,159
4,469,^21
15
18
438.963
465,466
524,45?
601, 62s
25
252,4i4
297,424
233.964
21
206,784
4o
1.214,997
1.239,329
16
266,306
215,614
153.07S
152,250
17
28
276,246
25^,975
18
184,646
190.797
717.781
29
.-JBBj I iff.
J Z 2 — .... g 7 i °^
itgjgjaSL
DEBITS BY BANKS IE EACH 23P02IING CENTEB
Week ended
Jan. 8, 1936

DISTRICT 20. 1 - BOSTON
Bangor, Maine
Boston, Mass.
Brockton, Mass.
Burlington, Vt.
Fall Biver, Mass,
Hartford, Conn.
Holyoke, Mass*
Lowell, Mass.
Lynn, Mass.
Manchester, N. H.
New Bedford, Mass,
New Haven, Conn,
Portland, Llaine
Providence, E, I,
Springfield, Mass,
Waterbury, Conn,
Worcester, Mass,
DISTRICT NO. 2 - NEW YORK
Albany, N. Y,
Binghamton, N. Y,
Buffalo, N, Y.
Elmira, N. Y«
Jamestown, N. Y,
Montclair, N. J,
Newark, N. J,
New York, N. Y,




, 3,957
421,116
3,734
4,326
55»fo5
2,956
3.752
4,274
2,485
4.325
19,546
10,422
33,277
17,829
7,061
13.251
30,707
4,865
70,910
4,345
3.979
4,626
72,349
4,684,462

Jan. 9
1935
1+33^197
5 494,311
,
334,876
459,o4o
246,104
195,153
895,838
204,380
126,366
216,014
145,472
499,238
7 ,3 0 0 .^9

Week ended Jan. 8.1936
DISTRICT NO. 2 - NEW YORK (Cont'd)
Northern New Jersey
87,630
Clearing House Assn.
6,384
Passaic, N. J,
3.57S
Poughkeepsie, N. Y.
33,602
Bochester, N. Y.
Stamford, Conn..
3.7S7
18,871
Syracuse, N, Y.
9.514
Utica, N. Y.
DISTRICT NO. 3 - PHILADELPHIA
Allentown, Pa,
5,925
2.289
Altoona, Pa.
Camden, N. J,
10.575
3.042
Chester, Pa,
10,556
Harrisburg, Pa,
2,868
Eazleton, Pa.
Johnstown, Pa,
*
2' W
Lancaster, Pa.
5 ,^ 3
Lebanon, Pa.
1.326
2,418
Norristown, Pa,
Philadelphia, Pa.
355.99^
Beading, Pa,
6,609
I5,l4s
Scranton, Pa.
Trenton, N. J,
26,039
Wilkes-Barre, Pa,
7.124
Williamsport, Pa.
2,835
Wilmington, Del,
22,311
York, Pa,
5,709
(B-806)

DEBITS BY BANKS III EACH REPORTING CENTER
B-S06a
(in thousands of dollars)
Week ended
week ended
Jan. 8, 1936
Jan. 8, 1936
DISTRICT HO- 6 -ATLANTA" (Cont *d)
DISTRICT NO. 4 - CLEVELAND247
Elberton, Ga.
Akron, Ohio
13,78s
Hattiesburg, Miss,
1*177
2,156
Butler, Pa.
5,204
Jackson, Miss*
9,411
Canton, Ohio
18,792
Jacksonville, Fla.
83,448
Cincinnati, Ohio
6,650
Knoxville, Tenn,
160,000
Cleveland, Ohio
Macon, Ga*
3,295
46,115
Columbus, Ohio
Meridian, Miss*
2,37S
12,352
Dayton, Ohio
Miami, Fla,
9,377
6,% o
Erie, Pa„
9.073
Mobile, Ala.
Franklin, Pa.
952
5,812
Montgomery, Ala.
3.284
Greensburg, Pa.
20,489
Nashville, Tenn,
2,209
Hamilton, Ohio
llewnan, Ga,
573
Homestead, Fa,
■ 732
49,122
New Orleans, La,
6,500
Lexington, Ky.
Pensacola, Fla.
1,732
Lima, Ohio
3.250
Savannah, Ga.
7.775
Lorain, Ohio
897
Tampa, Fla.
2,>94
7,315
Middletown, Ohio
866
Valdosta, Ga.
Oil City, Pa.
2.003
Vicksburg, Miss.
1,847
Pittsburgh, Pa.
188,929
Springfield, Ohio
4,4 o4
Steubenville, Ohio
1,734 DISTRICT SO.-7 - CHICAGO
800
Adrian, Mich.
Toledo.,: Ohio
28,351
2,004
Aurora, 111,
Warren, Ohio
1,795
2,748
Battle Creek, Mich.
Wheeling, W. Va,
8,863
Bay City, Mich.
Youngstown, Ohio
2,703
9.727
3,410
Bloomington, 111,
1,844
Zanesville, Ohio
Cedar Rapids, Iowa
6,397
Champaign-Urbana, 111,
2,736
DISTRICT HO, 5 - RICHMOND
Chicago, 111,
707.335
2*782
Asheville, H. C.
Clinton, Iowa
1,7*6
81,427
Baltimore, Md,
Danville, 111,
2,139
4,419
Charleston, S. C.
4,637
Davenport, lorn
14,698
Charleston, H. Va.
3,645
Decatur, 111,
l4,i6s
Charlotte, ]I. C,
Des Moines, Iowa
30,079
Columbia, S. C.
6,897
Detroit, Mi ch.
208,153
Cumberland, Md,
2§
2,104
Dubuque, Iowa
Danville, Va.
2.1
Elgin, 111,
1,459
Durham, H . C.
7*313
Flint, Mich.
6,097
Greenabdiro, 17. C.
3,807
7,842
Fort Wayne, Ind.
Greenville,S. C,
5.570
Gary, Ind.
2,678
Hagerstown, Md*
2,380
Grand Rapids, Mich.
13,133
Huntington, W, Va,
2,96s
Green Bay, Wis.
Lynchburg, Va*
1,226
Hammond, Ind.
Newport Hews, Va*
2, 13s
Indianapo1i s, Ind.
. 52,444
Norfolk, Va.
13,528
4,4i6
Jackson, Mich.
Portsmouth, Va.
1,066
Kalamazoo, Mich,
4,891
Raleigh, IT. C,
6,128
Lansing, Mich,
5,012
Richmond,Va.
37,146
Manitowoc, Wis.
1*623
Roanoke, Va.
6,927
Mason City, Iowa
2,483
2,046
Spartanburg, S, 0.
Milwaukee, Wis.
66,236
Washington, D. C.
60,967
Moline, 111,
Wilmington, N. C,
1,515
"■2,779
789
Muscatine, Iowa
Winston-Salem, N. C.
9,521
2,294
Oshkosh, Wis.
13,841
Peoria, 111.
DISTRICT NO. 6 -ATLANTA
Rockford, 111,
4,702
Albany, Ga.
983
4,844
Saginaw, Mich.
Atlanta, Ga,
40,082
Sheboygan, Wis.
3,683
Augusta, Ga.
4,923
Sioux City, Iowa
8,364
Birmingham, Ala.
25,4i 4
8,526
South Bend, Ind.
Brunswick, Ga,
662
Springfield, 111,
5.316
Chattanooga, Tenn.
11,432
5,894
Terre 3aute, Ind,
Columbus, Ga,
3,071
Waterloo, Iowa
3.544
Dothan, Ala.
673



DEBITS BY BARKS IN EACH REPORTING CENTER
B-806b
(In thousands of dollars!)
Week ended
Week ended
Jan. g, 1936
Jan. 8., 1936
DISTRICT NO, 10 - KANSAS CITY (Cont*d.
DISTRICT NO. g - ST. LOUIS
Omaha, Neb,
3^,979
last St. Louis & Nat*l
Pittsburg, Kans.
1,259
Stock Yards, 111*
7^15
Pueblo., Colo,
4,407
Eldorado, Aik.
993
St. Joseph, Mo,
7,614
Evansville, Ind.
Topeka, Kans.
4,011
Port Smith, Ark.
S
7
l
Tulsa, Okla,
29,827
1,061
Greenville, Miss*
Wichita, Kans,
11,047
1 03
+
Helena, Ark.
Little Rock, Ark.
, 6,996
DISTRICT NO, 11 - DALLAS
Louisville, Ky,
10,929
+
Abilene, Tex,
2,110
Memphis, Tenn.
33,% l
Austin, Tex,
4,420
Oweasboro, Ky.
1.35^
Beaumont, Tex,
4,374
Pine Bluff, Ark,
2,795
Corsicana, Tex,
1,067
1,630
Quincy, 111.
Dallas, Tex,
50,363
l5i+,500
St. Louis, Mo.
El Paso, TeX*
6?062
662
Sedalia, Mo.
Port Worth, Tex,
22,418
Springfield, M
o..
Galveston, Tex,
Texarkana,Ark. (See also Tex.)
Houston, Tex,
1+9,681
Port Arthur., Tex,,
2,096
DISTRICT NO,. 9 - MINNEAPOLIS
1,01+5
Roswell, N..M,
759
Aberdeen, S.. D.
San Antonio, Tex.
17,833
i,90g
Billings, Mont,
Shreveport., La,
7,9/5
302
Dickinson, N. J),
9,226
Texarkana,Tex.
Duluth, Minn.
(See also Ark.)
3,722
Fargo, N. D.,
Tucson, Ariz*
2,490
Grand Forks, N, D*
993
Tyler,Tex,
2,838
Helena, Mont*
3.297
Waco, Tex,
3,375
31+
9
Jamestown, N, D.
Wichita Falls, Tex.
3,651
La Crosse, Wis.
2, 2 +
15
75,208
Minneapolis, Minn.
DISTRICT NO. 12 - SAN FRANCISCO
8I
+5
Minot,N. D.
Bakersfield,Calif.
^#15^
1+
93
Red Wing, Minn*
Bellingham, Wash.
1,385
11,870
+
St, Paul, Minn,
Berkeley, Calif,
6,721
^017
Sioux Falls, S. D*
Boise, Idaho
3#925
South St. Paul, Minn,.
H, 6 7
1+
Eugene, Ore,
i,§21
I.,066
Superior, Wis.
Everett, Wash,
1,689
Winona, Minn,
1,785
Fresno, Calif.,
7,7^1
Long Beach, Calif,
9»6o6
DISTRICT NO. 10 - KANSAS CITY
Los Angeles, Calif..
219,798
Albuquerque, N. M,
2,673
#0aklaad, Calif,
26,125
Atchison, Kans,
755
Ogden, Utah
3,806
Bartlesville, Okla*
6,1+31
Pasadena, Calif.
7,305
Casper, Wyo,
1,^18
Phoenix, Ariz,
9,58^
Cheyenne, Wyo:
,
1,989
Portland, Ore.
37*§88
Colorado Springs, Colo.
3,819
Reno, Nev,
2,657
Denver,, Colo,
39*203
Sacramento., Calif..
28,907
Enid, Okla..
2,463
Salem, Ore..
3,205
Fremont, Neb,
715
Salt Lake City, Utah
15,550
Grand Junction, Colo..
813
San Bgrnardino, Calif.
2, 19!+
Guthrie, Okla.
, 627
San Diego, Calif*
13,1+85
Hutchinson, Kans.
2,600
San Francisco,, Calif,
225,1+24
Independence, Kans,.
7H
San Jose, Calif*
6*572
Joplin, Mo.
Santa Barbara, Calif*
4,085
Kansas City, Kans,
3,370
Seattle, "Wash.
45,021
Kansas City, Mo,
qcq
Spokane, Wash.
12.189
Lawrence, Kans.
. 959
Stockton, Calif,
^.,952
Lincoln, Neb,
Ifr
Tacoma,Wash.
6,950
Muskogee, Okla,.
2,31°
Walla Walla, Wash,.
1.258
Oklahoma City, Okla,
21,924
Yakima, Wash.
4,384
701
Okmulgee, Okla*
#Figures for Oakland published prior to January 8, 1936, includeddebits to the
accounts of other banks and certain other charges which should h a v e ^
eluded. Revised figures, which are now available, beginning with S p
93 .*
average about U3 percent of those originally published.