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STATEMENT FOE THE PRESS
,-ReJeased for publication
Sunday morning, Jan- g;
not earlier.

S t.2534.
Federal Reserve Board,
J&n.
, 1522.
BAM DEBITS

Volume of business for the week ending January 4 shows an increase of
$2 , 150 , 000, 000, or of about 32 per cent, over the total reported for the preceding
week, each of the weeks containing but five "business days. The large aggregate
for the week under review, $ 9 , 975 , 000, 000, as against $ 6 , 729 , 000,000 the week before,
reflects largely the settlement of end-of-year obligations. All the leading cen­
ters participated in the increase. The statement is based on total debits to indi­
vidual accounts reported to the Federal Reserve Board for banks in 159 leading
clearing house centers.
As compared with the week ending January 5> 1921* the statement of business
for the report xveek was smaller by $1,978,000,000, or about IS per cent. All the
leading centers, except Los Angeles, report substantially smaller totals of debits
than for the corresponding week last year,- the largest decreases being reported for
Cleveland (31 per cent) and for Pittsburgh (25 per cent).

DEBITS TO INDIVIDUAL ACCOUNTS AT CLEARING HOUSE BANKS
SUMMA]?Y BY FEDERAL RESERVE DISTRICTS
Federal
Week ending
Number of
Reserve
centers
Jan. 5 , 1921
Dec. 28, 1521
Jan. 4, 1522
District
included
(In thousands of dollars)
No. 1 Boston
035,852
35S,482
14
504,5b3
3,b4S,4bO
2 New York
5,394,590
4,206,7S1
7
476,330
3 Philadelphia
330,330
11
415,953
599,301
4 Cleveland
3S6.35S
7Sb,873
13
5 Richmond
173,2bS
256,125
237,35b
9
6 Atlanta
208,405
252,272
149,694
15
7 Chicago
1,154,846
24
754,336
950,691
8 St. Louis
222 . 12 S
152,370
257,755
5
9 Minneapolis
131,029
12
170,229
119,473
313 . 02b
10 Kansas City
lb
232,7bl
182 ,3 1 U
173,063
11 Dallas
lbO,45b
135,799
13
530,303
20
397,142
12 San Francisco
509,&37
Total

159

s, 979,Obi

b,73S,52b

10,957,269

REPOSTING CENTERS BY FEDERAL RESERVE DISTRICTS
(In thousands of dollars)
DISTRICT No. 1 - BOSTON
Bangor
2,700
3,707
Boston
249,413
347,731
Fall River
b , 7bb
5,373
Hartford
2S.040
17,089
Holyoke
2,730
2,604
Lows 11
4 ,663
3,537
Manchester
5.629
3,b77
6,410
New Bedford
4,8b3
12,140
New Haven
13,933
5,260
Portland
7,133
Providence
24,074
35,141
Springfield
10,741
14,707
5,121
Waterbury
6,348
11,435
Forcester
16,065
DISTRICT No. 2 - NEW YORK
Albany
Binghamton
Buffalo
New York
Passaic
Rochester
Syracuse



22,575
4,085
64,289

4 , 657,565
6 ,115
36,802
15,350

22,735
3,132
43,42b
3.541,421
5,025

22,723

5,943

4 , 21 s
449,523
6,440
33
3,375
5,557
5,954
6,134
21,228

10,168
40,153
17,481

9,091
22,576
26,276
4,620
75,077
5,716,687
5,491
41,33b

21,103

DEBITS TO INDIVIDUAL ACCOUNTS AT CLEARING HOUSE BAMS
Week ending______
Jan. 4, 1S22

Dec. 28, 1921 i

st^rua.
Jan. %

1921

(In thousands of dollars;
DISTRICT No. 3 - PHILADELPHIA
Altoona
Chester
Harrisburg
Johnstown
Lancaster
Philadelphia
Heading
Scranton
Trenton
Wilkes-Barre
Williamsport
Wilmington
York
DISTRICT No. 4 - CLEVELAND
Akron
Cincinnati
Cleveland
Columbus
Dayton
Erie
Greensburg
Lexington
Oil City
Pittsburgh
Springfield
Toledo
Wheeling
Youngs tovm

Baltimore
Charleston
Charlotte
Columbia
Greenville, S. C.
Hunt ington
Norfolk
Raleigh
Richmond
Washington
Wilmington
ICT No. 6 - ATIAEPA
Atlanta
Augusta
Birmingham
Chattanooga
-Jacksonville
Knoxville
1
/acon
Mobile
Montgomery
Uash7 ille
New Orleans
Pensacola
Savannah.
Tampa
V icksburg




2 ,7 bb

2,77b
4,53*
8,055
4,095
4,bb7
345.302
7,640
15,635

3,054
6,279
4,750
3,925

265,195
6,695
13.345

n ,i 3 3
3,909
4,48b
6,894
3.554

15,001

1 2 ,3b 5
94,305
179,284
32,269
13,885

9,117
53,785
1 13 ,054
24,93b
11,473
4 ,506

7,741
3,157
b , 4bl
3,40b

3,360
5,088
7,593
5,357

390,989
16,790

13,500
1 0 , 1)21
5,818
13.374
4,540

39? H 5
8,724
7,631

28,317
b , 444

19,325
112,880
25S,75S
37,12b
13.759
7,422
5,702
5,203
3.929
257,665
5,7b2
34,615
10,340

8,232

20,109

121,929
7,600
8,504
7,071
5,198
4,4b2
14,884

84,5b?

134,443
6,900

5,474
3,030
6,265
2,544
194,410

3,182
3.127
1,944
118,241

2,982

5,314
5,526
4,250
3,106
3,203

5,557

18,580

3,050
20,224

9,000

4,900
31,967
39,955
-

33,031
4,174

20,526

28,243
7 ,b 2 l

10,154
7,345
4,015
7,3Si
3,781
14,35b

-

13.463

27,555
3b,351
5,807

16,687
8,058

8,173

5,650

.

5,917
12,346
6,143

8,892
4,605
3,827
5 , 62s

29,485
6,330
27,049

11,929
13,572
9,214
5,818

8,364

3,110

4,0bS

11,547
50,365

22,852

76,806
1,295
14,624
5,893
2,14b

1,100
9,522
4,704
1,462

89,548
2 ,lb4

13,207
6,568
2,104

DEBITS TO ' INDIVIDUAL ACCOUNTS AT CLEARING HOUSE BANKS
St.2534b.
r eek ending
r
Jan. 4. 1922
Dec. 28. 1921
! Jan. 5, 1921
(In thousands of dollars)
DISTRICT Ho. 7 - CHICAGO
Bay City
2,532
2,301
3,703
Bloomington
2,472
l,b*39
2,925
Cedar Bapids
11.188
6,315
11,649
Chicago
638,713
1+95,008
7SO,3Sb
Davenport
7,781
5 , 1+89
9,725
Decatur
2, *97
2,247
3,283
Des Moines
I4,8b8
12,052
lb, 824
Detroit
104,240
91,155
114,936
Dubuque
3 , 20)4
2,263
3 , 73s
Flint
4,190
4,231
4,832
Ft, Wayne
7,054
6,001
7,176
Grand Rapids
17,113
18,108
24,132
Indianapolis
31.188
27,951
38,b34
Jackson
3 , 752
3,518
4,495
Kalaicazoo
4, bib
3,353
5,835
Lansing
4,500
3 ,b 52
4,770
Milwaukee
55,148
41,189
73,090
Moline
1,384
1,287
2,041
Peor ia
7,617
6,168
10,861
Rockford
4,335
3,852
6 , 17 s
Sioux City;
7,590
5,180
11,637
South. Bend
5,974
4,437
3,997
Springfield, 111
5,179
4,73S
6,700
Waterloo
3,25b
2,202
3,299
DISTRICT No. g - ST. LOUIS
East St. Louis and
Nat fl Stock Yards
Evansville
Little Rock
Louisville
Memphis
Quincy
St. Louis
Springfield, Mo.

7,58b
b,b 20
12,494
(*21,925) 3 0 ,5 H
27,497

2,029
(*153,592)166,231
3,420

DISTRICT No. 9 - MINNEAPOLIS
Aberdeen
Billings
Duluth
Fargo
Grand Forks
Great Falls
Helena
Minneapolis
St. Paul
Sioux Falls
Superior
Winona
DISTRICT No. 10 - KANSAS CITY
Atchison
Bartlesville
Cheyenne
Colorado Springs
Denver
Joplin
Kansas City, Kans.
Kansas City, Mo.
Muskogee
Oklahoma City
Omaha
Pueblo
St. Joseph
Topeka
Tulsa
Wichita


*Debits
http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ of banks
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

1,621
2,085
12,125
2 , 29b

b , 09S
4,9b2
8,80b
(* 20 , 799) 26,318

20,529

30,996

1,532
(*37,274)107,037

174,905

1,480
1,040

1,502
10,473
1,753

1,27b
3,913
3,171
70,367
27.3S4

61,682
32,280

4,104
1,568
1,119

3,004
1,724
734

1,022

885
2,231

2,431
3,379
3,55b
34,081
2,405
3,911
65,873
4,104

22,192
3b,40b
3,450
15,763
3,774
22,332
8,082

6,134
14,925
30,795

1,076
1,394

2,282
1,759
30,414

1 ,9 1 1
3 ,H 3

51,100
3,204
15,353

24,986
3,393
13,086

2,613
18,728

7,25b
which submitted reports in January I 92 I.

1,625
2,08b
24,273
2,372
1,325
2,619
3,465
90 , 601+
33,336

5,700
1,937
887
1,208
4,102
2,997
3,773

52,639
2,477
7,112

55,833
8,181
25,25S
44,635
6,735
13,391
4,445
31,509

12,731

T1ERTTS TO INDIVIDUAL ACCOUri'S AS cismniG. HOUSE 3AEKS .... ifcr£S3li£L~
Week ending
• - -~ |
—
Jan. 4, 1922 j Dec. 22 , 1921 j Jan. 5, 1921
(In. thousands of dollars)
DISTHICT No. 11 - DALLAS
Albuquerque
Austin
Beaumont
Dallas
El Paso
Ft. Worth
Galveston
Houston
San Antonio
Shreveport
Texarkana, Tex.
Tucson
:T
aco
DISTHICT No. 12 - SAIT FEAUCISCO
Berkeley
Boise
Fresno
Long Beach
Los Angeles
Oakland
Ogden
Pasadena
Portland
Eeno
Sacramento
Salt lake City
San Diego
San Francisco
San Jose
Seattle
Spokane
Stockton
Tacoma
lakins




2,037
3 , 03s

3.221
Ul,150
7,819
32 , 56b
lb,24b
32.535
5,431
S.1S0
2 ,b20
1,571
3.S92

3,^75
2,911

10,594
6,045
12S, 012
IS i 745

5,952
5,315

23,494
3,241

11,133
2 1 , 92s
8,512

190 , 07s
3,179
35,825

10,703
4,370

3,363
2,762

1,788

2,028

2,bb9
2 , 9b2
30,921
8,875
31,940
13,575
25,704
4,979
6,341
1,581

3,560
4,499
45,868

8,623
23,487
27,099

38,050
7 , 01 s
3,550
2,839

2 ,9 b 4

1,504
4,943

2,343

3,116

1,500

2 ,b2 b

3,414

8,9b5
4,605
9:0 ,S 02
15,491
3,301
4,19b

1 1 ,734
6,369

25,820
1,712
16,564
12 ,bS3
6,151
148,639
4,214
29,094
7,754
3,854
6,180
2,148

103,739
2Q,SS0
5,b55
3 , 0b4
42,509
3,718
19,791
33,842
9,617
230,950
7,321
35,334
15,046
6,40S
11,218

2,078