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B A D OF GOVERNORS OF THE FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM
OR
(For Immediate Release)

0.6

July 11, 1947

B N DEBITS—DEBITS TO DEPOSIT ACCOUNTS EXCEPT INTERBANK ACCOUNTS
AK
Bank d e b i t s as reported by banks in 334 leading centers f o r the month of
June aggregated 94,474 million d o l l a r s . During the past three months t o t a l debits
for the same centers amounted to 270,085 million d o l l a r s or 4 per cent above the
t o t a l reported for the corresponding period a year ago. At banks in New York City
there was a decrease of 9 per cent compared with the corresponding three-months
period a year ago, and at the 333 other centers there was an increase of 13 per
cent.
S M A Y BY FEDERAL RESERVE DISTRICTS
U MR
(In millions of dollars)
3 months ended —
June
June
Federal Reserve
June 191+6
June 191+7
district
191+6
1947
Boston
11,493
3,768
12,223
4,313
115,791
New York
37,806
107,377
39,005
Philadelphia
k,ooo
11,737
11,836
3,989
Cleveland
5,21+1
15,455
6,068
18,193
Richmond
3,185
9,33,7
10,311
3,1+65
Atlanta
9,051
3,018
10,286
3,391
Chicago
35,402
11,913
41,14+3
14,579
7,219
S t . Louis
8,196
2,2+39
2,768
4,829
Minneapolis
2,008
1,693
5,843
9,881
8,084
Kansas City
2,831
3,322
Dallas
2,688
7,832
3,108
9,154
23,866
San Francisco
8,071+
25,342
8,459
260,095
270,085
Total, 33U centers
86,655
94,474
107,265
•New York City*
97,918
34,972
35,632
143,661 .
140 other centers*
127,774
1+9,293
43,219
28,506
25,056
193 other centers
8,464
9,549
DEBITS
(In thousands of d o l l a r s )
3 months ended —
June
June
June 191+6
June 191+7
1946
1947
DISTRICT NO. 1 - BOSTON
1,100,222
1,275,949
Hartford*
416,204
Conn.
362,125
tl
Maw Haven*
442,156
490,755
146,698
.163,915
»?
58,106
New . London
58,507
19,628
17,768
1!
182,791
Waterbury*
60,236
158,454
55,092
116,272
Bangor*
Maine
105,125
39,066
36,920
it
76,986
Lewiston-Auburn
65,631
25,598
23,297
„- »
t
233,524
Portland
221,673
77,549
73,833
. Mas«s,• :2,541,767
Boston*
2,149,186
6,963,335
6,734,953
' 4!
Brockton
105,874
97,980
31,794
33,746
M
Fall River*
121,514
40,196
131,597
42,355
1
1
86.881
Holyoke*
29,292
94,133
30,543
ft
78,816
Lowell*
25,896
85,695
33,598
tt
114,415
Lynn
110,816
37,633
36,542
'It
New Bedford*
131,980
45,660
143,355
45,180
ft
87,607
Pittsfield
30,152
25,950
75,777
Springfield
458,846
402,059
133,626
150,475
1
1
366,613
Worcester*
341,866
123,526
116,739
Concord
N. H.
63,747
62,914
20,957
18,717
1
1
117,845
Manchester
41,166
109,510
39,259
Providence*
986,895
R. I .
967,858
360,563
328,946
82,692
64,651
Vt,
Burlington
22,034
27,192
*Included in the national s e r i e s covering ll+l c e n t e r s , available beginning in 1919*



G.6a

DEBITS B BANKS IN EACH REPORTING CENTER
Y
June

Juno

1 9 4 7

1 9 4 6

DISTRICT NO. 2 - N W Y R
E OK
Conn.
Bridgeport
136,172
It
Stamford
44,709
K. J .
Jersey City
254,660
tt
Montclair
25,249
M
Newark
696,758
Passaic*
77,921
tt
Paterson
115,212
N» Y.
Albany*
701,181
tt
Bing^amton*
61,847
tt
Buffalo*
546,634
tt
Elmira
30,692
tt
Jamestown
33,622
tt
New York*
35,631,788
tt
Poughkeepsie
33,451
tt
272,813
.Rochester*
tt
67,886
Schenectady
205,666
Syracuse*
tt
68,706
Utica
DISTRICT NO. 3 - PHILADELPHIA
Del#
Wilmington*
231)., 974
N• J•
Atlantic City
53,878
tt
Camden
99,473
t!
Trenton*
143,44%
Penna,
59,691
Allentown
it
25,042
Altoona*
tt
28,487
Bethlehem
tt
35,556
Chester*
tt
87,149
Harrisburg
tt
24,624
Hazleton
tt
35,185
Johnstown
tt
59,284
Lancaster*
tt
16,267
Lebanon
tt
25,293
Norristown
tt
2,747*812
Philadelphia*
n
81,719
Reading
tt
Scranton*
84,972
tt
Wilkes-Barre*
54,672
It
22,681
Williamsport*
II
68,1(44
York*
DISTRICT NO. 1 - CLEVELAND
+
Ky.
Covi ngton-Newport
35,665
tt
Lexington*
50,568
Ohio
Akron*
221,621
tt
' Canton
98,705
tt
Cincinnati
797,653
tt
Cleveland*
1,595,207
tt
Columbus*
445,528
tt
Dayton*
217,414
tt
Hamilton
33,521
tt
Lima
37,765
tt
16,259
Lorain
tt
36,808
Mansfield
tt
Middletown
28,130
tt
Portsmouth
18,810
tt
Springfield*
39,838
tt
Steubenville
20,246
tt
Toledo*
361,676
tt
34,687
TJarren
it
l42,906
Youngs town*
tt
Zanesville
25,923



1 1 8 , 3 3 6
4 2 , 0 7 5
2 4 9 , 6 7 2
2 5 , 6 5 5

636,376
6 6 , 9 5 3
1 0 2 , 3 1 7
4 3 4 , 4 9 2
4 9 , 9 0 9
4 1 5 , 9 2 0
2 9 , 2 9 1
2 8 , 6 1 5
3 4 , 9 7 1 , 6 8 5

26,623
265,572
5 8 , 9 9 5
1 7 4 , 9 3 2
5 9 , 0 1 7

224,644
4 8 , 4 0 8
9 2 * 1 4 9
1 3 1 , 5 2 5
5 3 , 4 6 8

24,061
2 4 , 9 9 2
3 4 , 5 4 2
7 5 > 3 7 3
2 2 , 5 5 5
2 9 , 1 3 2
5 2 , 2 8 9
1 5 , 0 0 6
2 3 , 3 6 3

2,866,560
7 3 , 6 8 9
7 9 , 3 2 5
4 9 , 8 2 5
1 9 , 4 7 8
5 9 , 8 2 3

35,386
48,567
221,433
34,901
636,070

1,408,035

373,607
173,583
27,466
31,976
12,516

28,931
25,361
15,271
35,780
19,188
304,794
26,576

100,336
19,013

3 months ended - Juno 1947
June 1946
404,122
141,854
768,450
76,704

2,066,010

231,306
344,957

1,613.878

172,204
1,553,514
91,079
101,148
97,917,972

99,600

819,439
188,890
585,015
200,953
722,404
146,268
300,793
457,303
182,647
77,064
87,328
105,452
262,038
71,143
108,665
188,592
49,795
74,129
8,053,376
248,263
257,739

166,211
69,974

206,638

103,860
147,476
674,061
299,788
2,353,142
4,728,588
1,377,870
650,768

100,281
115,605
48,549
107,433
83,902
57,515
125,668
61,560

1,055,870
102,707
422,699
71,229

3 6 1 , 3 7 5
1 2 9 , 1 2 9

764,636
7 6 , 3 4 9
1 , 8 8 0 , 6 2 3
2 0 4 , 9 8 9
3 3 8 , 9 3 8

1,502,370
1 5 1 , 1 4 0
1 , 2 3 4 , 4 1 2
8 7 , 9 0 4
8 0 , 9 1 6

107,265,360
8 2 , 8 5 5
7 7 9 , 7 2 9
1 7 1 , 3 6 3
5 0 6 , 9 2 4
1 7 2 , 1 4 8

653,627 >
1 4 2 , 1 3 4

294,500
4 4 9 , 7 4 1

161,242
7 0 , 0 9 1
7 7 , 8 3 4
1 0 8 , 6 0 9
2 2 8 , 0 3 3
6 4 , 8 1 7
8 7 , 5 3 8
1 5 7 , 1 4 3
4 5 , 5 8 9

67,065
8 , 3 0 4 , 9 3 4
2 1 1 , 2 1 4
2 3 2 , 5 1 5
1 4 5 , 9 1 3
5 3 , 0 6 7
1 7 5 , 7 7 4

100,348
1 3 7 , 3 4 1
6 2 8 , 9 6 4
2 4 6 , 9 5 4

2,013,622
4 , 0 8 8 , 4 5 8

1,186,621
5 2 4 , 1 ) 4 7
7 8 , 4 3 5
9 5 , 1 6 5
3 6 , 4 5 7
8 1 , 4 9 1
7 2 , 4 2 3
4 7 , 1 2 3

108,846
5 5 , 2 7 4

362,621
3 2 , 9 5 6
2 3 9 , 3 3 9
5 3 , 4 5 7

G.6b

DEBITS B B N S IN EACH REPORTING CENTER
Y AK

June
1947
DISTRICT NO. 1 - CLEVELAND (Cont'd)
+
Penna#
27,152
Butler
it
75,125
Erie*
tt
6,878
Franklin
tt
17,505
Greensburg*
II
7,610
Homestead
It
18,686
Oil City*
tt
1,581,111
Pittsburgh*
tt
22,323
Sharon
W. Va*
53,127
Wheeling*
DISTRICT NO. 5 - I iMOND
642,41+7
D. C.
Washington
Md.
872,417
Baltimore*
it
20,915
Cumberland
it
17,413
Prederick
it
23,397
Hagerstoum
43,831
N. C.
Asheville
it
189,227
Charlotte*
1
1
95,107
Durham
1
1
61,261
Greensboro
it
9,788
Kinston
it
86,879
Raleigh*
it
33,022
Wilmington
1
1
11,519
Wilson
tt
108,838
Winsrtjo n-Salem
50,760
Se C.
Charleston
tt
79,076
Columbia*
It
71,743
Greenville*
tt
36,995
Spartanburg
Va,
19,559
Charlottesville
1
1
23,346
Danville
11
33,743
Lynchburg
it
30,937
Newport News
tt
164,736
Norfolk*
tt
17,704
Portsmouth
it
401,498
Richmond*
it
70,584
Roanoke
36,505
W, Va,.
Bluefield
it
114,237
Charleston
1
1
26,655
Clarksburg
1
1
Huntington
47,359
1
1
Parkersburg
23,391
DISTRICT NO. 6 - ATLANTA
Ala.
Anniston
n '
Birmingham*
It
Dothan
It
Gadsden
It
Mobile*
It
Montgomery*
Fla.
Jacksonville*
it
Miami
it
Orlando
tt
Penaacola*
it
St. Petersburg
Tampa*




18,894
274,394
9,288
14,847
123,052
62,537
235,573
195,914
4O,4O8
30,069

43,443

94,501

June
1946
22,730

70,097
7,175
16,106
7,015
17,715
1,346,188
19,298
49,547
654,200
826,608

20,214
14,759
22,011
37,816
168,898
90,491
51,489
9,400
78,557
30,366
11,106

90,215
50,958
77,143
58,035
31,655
22,543
19,746
30,413
22,575
134,077
17,171
339,291
63,829

27,627

101,537
21,661

3 months ended
June 1947
June 19U&
81,505
234,784

20,22?
52,306

21,893
56,299
4,814,691
68,553
153,737
1,928,631+
2,587,798
62,1+08
51,988
73,195
127,969
571,531
273,849
183,1+77
30,383
274,109
103,336
38,6)5
312,11+5
1^6,825
239,413
200,155

114,898
60,521
67,423
98,941
89,198
477,067
54,017
1,183,005
216,048

103,056
346,366
80,368

39,972
20,668

143,302
71,013

19,434
224,942
7,802
13,022
98,222
51,498
204,092

58,101
827,140

173,105
46,685
27,317
42,722
93,397

69,152
200,340
21,065
4 4 , 8 7 3
1 9 , 5 5 6
5 3 , 9 4 4
4 , 0 4 8 , 7 0 0
5 6 , 2 4 3
1 4 6 , 1 9 7

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

56,323
4 3 , 8 5 8
6 4 , 4 o 8
1 0 8 , 5 9 5
4 9 7 , 6 2 1

261,263
156,988
29 , 3 8 7

223,265
9 2 , 2 5 4
3 1 , 3 3 5
2 6 0 , 7 5 5
1 4 8 , 2 6 0

212,695
161,510
9 3 , 4 1 0

66,550
59,062
8 8 , 0 6 4
6 4 , 3 5 1
3 9 2 , 5 9 7

50,210

1 , 0 3 4 , 3 0 0
1 8 4 , 6 3 4
7 5 , 0 5 7

292,900
6 4 , 0 3 7
1 1 8 , 9 4 8

61,567

5 9 , 7 5 7
6 8 3 , 4 6 3

28,258

24,222

360,658

291,650

48,150

190,691
701,782
607,345
126,760
92,263
144,911
295,604

3 8 , 9 7 2

1 5 3 , 0 0 7
6 1 4 , 7 7 9
5 5 7 , 7 3 2
1 4 0 , 7 3 2
8 4 , 9 6 7
1 3 3 , 2 9 5
2 8 8 , 5 7 9

DEBITS B B N S IN #CH REPORTING CENTER
Y AK
(In thousands of dollars)
3 months ended —
June
June
June 1914.7
I June 1%&
1946
1 9 4 7
DISTRICT NO. 6 - ATLANTA (Cont'd)
3k,313
10,991
Ga.
Albany
39,886
12,685
tt
1 , 7 7 4 , 3 5 6
592,540
2,102,764
Atlanta*
676,146
1
1
152,092
43,151
14s, 64i
Augusta*
45.831
tt
2 5 , 7 9 6
7,865
24,726
Brunswick
7,818
It
1 3 0 , 1 3 3
44,620
162,567Columbus
51,021
tt
8,690
2,861
10,501
Elberton
3,265
tt
1 3 5 , 0 8 8
46,175
Macon*
159,097
51,198
tt
20,216
19,466
6,839
Newnan
6,446
tt
2 3 5 , 5 7 4
238,155
82,853
Savannah*
81,198
tt
2 9 , 1 7 0
31,051
19,138
Yaidosta
9,472
1 7 1 , 1 5 0
213,919
La #
Baton Rouge
54,406
71,884
tt
6 1 , ^ 1 5
20,667
73,613
Lake Charles
25,148
tt
1 , 5 2 4 , 0 8 7
New Orleans*
1,657,494
523,703
555,219
4 1 , 9 0 5
Miss#
Hattiesburg
45,259
13,493
14,491
tt
2 3 9 , 0 6 3
301,954
80,093
Jackson
103,259
tt
6 8 , 2 0 5
71,424
22,883
Meridian
23,137
tt
62,248
63,188
20,950
20,769
Vicksburg*
3 1 7 , 8 0 2
110,960
Tenn.
Chattanooga*
368,387
127,879
tt
282,169
91,821
Knoxville*
301,005
99,813
it
680,058
228,366
Nashville*
772,361
261,912
DISTRICT NO. 7 - CHICAGO
v 7 5 , 7 6 6
28,660
111.
Aurora
86,336
28,751
tt
91,676
30,256
Bloomington*
109,916
39,682
tt
7 4 , 9 4 6
Champai gi-Urbana
25,524
94,940
33,392
tt
22,154,097
1 9 , 7 3 7 , 9 5 6
6,476,716
Chicago*
8,189,979
tt
71,020
Danville
24,380
83,889
28,273
it
123,017
Decatur*
42,953
l64,l6l
57,218
tt
5 5 , 5 9 1
20,390
Elgin
21,182
61,775
tt
Jo}iet
9 4 , 5 4 1
102,095
33,307
34,455
it
52,844
Moline
18,257
65,488
23,654
n
3 7 7 , 7 4 9
Peoria*
127,555
477,157
165,432
it
2 2 7 , 1 5 6
Rockford*
252,609
73,751
89,545
tt
1 4 3 , 7 7 5
Springfield ,
182,194
51,922
62,788
261,632
Ind.
Fort Wayne*i/
90,408
327,973
108,544
tt
116,820
Gary
144,069
4l,124
49,389
tt
76,806
6 6 , 7 5 1
Hammond
23,048
*25,845
tt
1,336,340
Indianapolis*
449,731
1,575,626
527,862
tt
Lafayette
7 0 , 9 9 9
24,123
89,480
31,399
tt
Muncie
9 1 , 3 4 0
29,737
102,094
33,978
tt
South Bend* ,
3 4 1 , 3 3 2
119,276
514,400
178,680
tt
Terre Haute2/
1 4 3 , 8 3 4
161,349
49,843
55,726
G.6C

r / Revised f i g u r e s .
™
~
Fort Wayne, Ind.: May 1947, 108,671.
Terre Haute, Ind. : May 1947 , 53,286.




G,6d

DEBITS BY BANKS IN EACH REPORTING
(In thousands of d o l l a r s )
June
June
1946
191+7
DISTRICT NO. 7 - CHICAGO ;(Cont'd)
Burlington
Iowa
13,349
17,156
1
1
Cedar Rapid##
56,438
71,060
tl
Clinton
<
13»84O
15,173
1!
Davenport* f
43,919
63,065
ft
Des Moines*
214,675
257,053
ft
26,884
Dubuque*
36,157
ft
Mason City
18,473
25,922
1
1
11,067
Muscatine
9,757
tl
uttumwa
23,022
17,493
ft
Sioux City*
159,930
99,193
It
Waterloo*
51,988
35,476
Mich*
Adrian
11,314
12,943
ii
Battle Creek
30,591
36,936
it
Bay City*
4 24,130
27,540
n
Detroit*
2,076,372
2,417,459
n
6 3 , 0 1 2
Flint*
74,292
n
Grand Rapids*
1 2 9 , 2 1 9
155,555
1
1
Jackson
3 8 , 1 1 3
43,757
ii
63,096
Kalamazoo*
5 3 , 1 5 3
ii
Lansing*
6 2 , 1 4 0
77,819
ii
Muskegon
55*835
4 5 , 3 7 2
n
Port Huron
1 8 , 4 2 3
22,731
ii
Saginaw
4 7 , 1 0 5
56,807
Green Bay
Wis,
47,054
3 6 , 8 1 9
n
Madison
77,316
90,323
ii
17,463
Manitowoc
1 6 , 3 7 3
ii
Milwaukee*
738,077
746,231
n
Oshkosh
19,684
23,793
ii
51,878
Racine
4 4 , 1 3 7
it
Sheboygan
45,692
3 7 , 6 7 0

C#TER
3 months! ended"?*
June 194&
" .June 1947
49,794
211,607
45,808
185,122
774,880
108,960
77.355
33,660
81,360
436,150
157,630
37,992
107,530
80,501
7,513,189
219,625
461,744
132,207
185,710
232,313
164,555
70,880
174,365
141,372
260,557
52,6i6
2,262,015
70,488
151,622
134,780

42,088
166,572
41,781
146,770
644,607
73,12?
57,481
29,371
55,302
304,890
110,748

35,223
92 ,404
68,341

5 , 8 9 5 , 0 2 8
1 8 1 , 2 8 0

379,642
1 1 3 , 2 1 9
1 5 0 , 3 2 2
1 8 2 , 1 6 6
1 3 0 , 2 1 0
5 7 , 2 9 2

138,011
1 0 9 , 0 1 9
2 1 9 , 9 5 2

45,457
2 , 0 6 5 , 5 9 0
5 8 , 5 9 2
1 3 1 . 2 3 0

110,351

DISTRICT NO. 8 - ST. LOUIS
Ark.
El Dorado
17,825
ii
Fort Smith
32,481
n
Helena
5,271
n
L i t t l e Rock*
102,321
ii
Pine Bluff
18,895
Texarkana
ii
(See also Tex.)
8,351
21,981
111.
Alton
East S t . Louis & N a t ' l
u
107,018
Stock Yards
1
1
Quincy
25,013
90,867
Ind,
Evansville*
456,711
Louisville*
Ky»
n
Owensboro
20,814
tt
Paducah
15.370
. Miss,
Greenville
12,673
Cape Girardeau
Mo,
9,714
It
Hannibal
6,552
1
1
J e f f e r s o n City
36,217
It
S t . Louis*
1,340,059
It
Sedalia
9,8li4
1
1
Springfield
53,823
14,632
Jackson
Term*
it
361,383
Memphis*




13,238
39,303
4 , 5 2 5

90,787
19,007
8 , 3 3 6
1 9 , 0 5 1

6 2 , 7 2 4

21,634
7 6 , 0 4 5

4o4,46i
20,268
1 2 , 2 3 9
1 2 , 4 o 6

7,735
5 , 8 7 5
2 9 , 1 2 9
1 , 2 0 2 , 0 5 1
8 , 3 2 7

45,952
1 2 , 6 1 1

323,178

51,425
55.549
16,456
310,404
58,969

40il51
100,449
14,978
266,612
56,172

26,779

24,922
52,463

61,859
312,482
77,753
268,665
1,510,056
64,491
42,060
38,774
28,475
19,765
123,108
3,892,967
29,046
154,723
14,614
1,167,979

195,727
63,957

217,161
1,140,451
64,634
35,090
3 7 , 9 8 7

23,013
1 7 , 2 3 6
1 0 0 , 7 0 2
3 , 5 2 5 , 9 6 0
2 4 , 9 6 7
1 3 2 , 5 6 7
3 8 , 4 6 3
1 , 0 4 5 , 6 4 5

Cr.6e

DEBITS B BANKS IN EACH REPORTING CENTER
Y
(In thousands of d o l l a r s )
3 months ended - June
June
June 1946
June 192+7
1946
1914-7

DISTRICT NO. 9 - MINNEAPOLIS
Minn.
1 0 9 , 0 6 0
Duluth*
it
1 6 , 0 8 4
Mankato
tt
Minneapolis*
9 1 5 , 2 5 4
It
5 , 1 5 8
Rod Wing
11
1 7 , 3 3 8
Rochester
II
1 1 , 8 1 8
S t . Cloud
It
St. Paul*
4 3 5 , 9 4 2
II
South S t . Paul
9 9 , 4 2 7
II
1 5 , 1 7 9
Winona
Mont.
2 9 , 9 5 4
Billings*
n
3 6 , 7 0 0
Butte
w
3 4 , 6 4 2
Great F a l l s
It
20 , 3 6 0
Helena*
2 5 , 8 3 6
N. Dak.
Bismarck
n
4 , 0 9 0
Dickinson
it
51,500
Fargo*
11
1 6 , 7 7 3
Grand Forks*
11
5 , 5 9 4
Jamestown
it
1 5 , 0 7 1
Mi not
1 9 , 5 3 7
S. Dak.
Aberdeen*
ti
Sioux Falls
5 3 , 9 1 9
Wis.
3 0 , 8 4 6
Eau Claire
11
26,81+6
La Crosse
11
Superior*
1 1 , 3 1 7
DISTRICT NO. 10 - KANSAS CITY
Colo,
34,080
Colorado Springs*
II
425,500
Denver*
II
10,624
Grand Junction
II
1 5 , 3 8 3
Greeley
It
3 2 , 0 7 9
Pueblo*
Kans,
14,065
Atchison
ti
Emporia
7 , 5 0 7
n
Hutchinson
27,376
tt
Independence
6 , 7 5 4
it
Kansas City*
5 6 , 3 1 6
it
Lawrence
9 , 2 3 1
it
10,116
Pittsburg
it
2 8 , 0 9 4
Salina
tt
7 8 , 1 4 4
Topeka*
11
1 9 8 , 7 0 7
Wichita*
Mo.
2 4 , 3 0 1
Joplin*
n
858,386
Kansas City*
it
S t . Joseph*
8 3 , 4 8 4
Neb.
1 1 , 7 9 3
Fremont
it
1 8 , 4 3 9
Grand Island
it
6 6 , 1 9 7
Lincoln
11
4 4 1 , 3 1 1
Omaha*
5 7 , 7 3 1
N.
M
*
Albuquerque*
Okla.
Bartlosville*
5 9 , 9 1 9
it
Enid
4 8 , 7 7 3
11
3 , 2 5 1
Guthrie
it
1 8 , 4 0 4
Muskogee*
tt
2 6 1 , 1 9 9
Oklahoma City*
it
Okmulg30
5 , 3 9 7
it
3 6 7 , 3 0 0
Tulsa*
Wyo.
1 8 , 3 1 3
Casper
n
Cheyenne
2 3 , 7 1 9




102,810
12 ,495
795,337

It,061

16,121+
9,108
382,625
37 , 792
13,81+8
23,313
29,9^9
27,992

19,888

22,51+3
3,226
38,673
16,638

1+.556
12,1+39
15,271+

1+6,61+0

25,531
21,922
10,1+38

300,808
1+7,171+
2,72l+, 963
ll+, 205
52,879
35,997
1,230,667

266,070
36,367
2,234,175
11,436
47,203
29,126
1,084,173

128,061

228,533

40,333
67,407
87,308
79,991

1+6,267

88,917
106,592

loi+,306
60,731
96,008
12,037

56,360
86,269

9,954
114,461
1I4,962
13,958
37,513
41,082
140,991
76,846
64,761

lljl+,61+5
50,573

15,1+66

1+5,079
54,182
173,195
95,1+37
80,538
33,72$

29,91+2
365,815

1,271,1+37

27,155
7,251
6,870
35,791+
6,21+7
1+9,791+
8,1+09

89,339

1+7,398
100,1+06
1+0,935
2U,905
89,217
19,031
175,054
26,955
29,772

86,521

29,962

231,346

9,026
11,163

9,656

28,206
171,888
25,050
7l+l+,986
51,029
8,1+141+
15,858
63,1+59
338,568
54,531
1+9,367
50,073
3,ll+9
17,511
221,280

l+,70l+

291,1+31

ll+,l+65
23,131+

98,038

1,086,500
27,783
34,933
81,027

32,660

22 ,677

23,289

86,236

86,961

537,128

73,070
2,609,84V
253,589
35,985
59,974
204,460
1,541,421
174,282
181,476
104,187

11,014
56,537
770,317
17,134
1,053,864
54,791
67,599

.

17,687
146,471
24,171
23,235
71,077
215,137
454,344
70,358
2,111,182
158,322

24,540
47,179
180,624
1,030,245
158,200

144,662
91,611

9,589
52,553
655,180
14,908
824,795
44,524
61,161

G.6f

DEBITS BY BANKS IN EACH REPORTING CENTER
(In thousands of d o l l a r s )
3 months ended —
.June
June
June 1945"
June 1947
1946
w

DISTRICT NO. 11 - DALLAd
Ariz.
Tucson*
48,4oi
La,
Monroe
26,450
It
Shreveport*
110,304
N. M.
11,612
Roswell
Tex#
28,019
Abilene
1
1
Arnarillo
73,294
Austin*
94,302
it
Beaumont*
73,068
tt
Corpus C h r i s t i
65,659
tt
8,60*
Corsicana
tt
806,151
Dallas*
tt
89,202
El Paso*
tt
354,381
Fort i'/orth*
Galveston
59,34?
tt
787,609
Houston*
tt
14,68?
Laredo
tt
Lubbock
46,584
tt
Port Arthur
29,797
tt
26,510
San Angelo
tt
218,488
San Antonio
Texarfcana*
tt
(See also Ark.)
12,276
it
Tyler
31,483
it
Waco*
42,781
it
Wichita F a l l s
48,794
DISTRICT NO. 12 - SAN FRANCISCO
Ariz.
Phoenix
165,695
Calif.
Bakersfield
70,350
tt
Berkeley
68,847
It
112,664
Fresno*
tt
136,196
Long Beach*
It
Los Angeles*
2,677,303
tt
Oakland*
376,616
tt
88,340
Pasadena*
tt
Riverside
35,059
tt
Sacramento*
304,257
ft
San Bernardino
47,099
tt
San Diego*
195,953
San Francisco*
2,054,270
ft
San Jose
102,239
tt
Santa Barbara
32,079
24,701
Santa Rosa
tt
63,608
Stockton*
Idaho
Boise*
56,574
Nev.
43,692
Reno*
Ore.
Eugene
45,333
n
Portland*
504,761
tt
47,492
Salem
Utah
Ogden*
57,919
tt
184,282
S a l t Lake City*
Wash.
21,784
Bellingham
it
Eyerett
27,724
tt
600,390
Seattle*
11
131,873
Spokane*
tt
120,334
Tacoma*
tt
21,567
Walla Wttlla
tt
1+2,846
Yakimfi*




44,778
22,051
89,786
10,526
23,394
59,186
96,296
57,355
65,035
6,528
713,020
83,275
2514,322
54,00?
672 ,717
15,ll:-0
1:1,251
25,522
24,872
208,826

153,502
78,549
322,827
35,638 ,

81,696

214,679

2i6, m

198,369
25,037
2,412,647
283,072
911,647
177,641
2,327,954
48,172
142*076
90,786
72,851
679,401

141,000

69,083
270,21+5
33,303
69,466
168,835
262,687
170,306
196,408
21,888

2,095,688

250,511
687,585
157,939
1,953,339
47,014
116,706
76,048
71,613
615,447

39,026

38,871
98,782
129,284
135,549

35,709
90,862
114,574
115,981

147,789

486,337

1+44,577
173,074
188,654
324,816
366,468
8,066,538
1,058,114
260,773
109,936
993,961
130,239
625,729
5,597,988
251,498
93,565
66,218
163,129
114+,447
109,854
107,800
1,329,808
145,067
139,127
447,663
52,422
70,386
1,570,292
337,102
327,507
52,116
117,351

11,915
29,562
3 9 , 5 ^

60,718

63,467
110,987
120,1+05
2,699,1+35
31+8,711+
86,362
34,353
313,672
1+2,838
194,939
1,951,182
85,760
31,123
22 ,750
57,242
48,803
38,995
37,208
449,931
43,490
1+8,125
151,989
17,487
23,997
549,751
117,338
117,221
18,114+
38,963

215,266
213,903
360,497

415,262

7, 921,791
1 , 158.114
277,174

111,096
149,314
143,112
616,933
958.115
297,205
97,153
71,285
182,658
172.063
117,632

139,212

,487,502
151,680
149,105
553,663
62,853
86,470
,781,539
438,090
369.064
62,549
125,118