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STATEMENT FOR THE PRESS
Released for publication
Sunday morning, July l6;
not earlier.

St.2905*
Federal Reserve Board,
July 15, 1922.
BANK DEBITS.

Volume of business for the week ending July 12 totaled $8,824,000,000, com­
pared with $S,634,000,000 for the preceding week which contained only five business
days, Among the leading centers a number reported larger figures, while others re­
ported declines. Among the principal advances are those shown for New York, where
the volume of stock exchange transactions was nearly twice as large as the week
before, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Chicago, San Francisco and Los Angeles. The larg­
est decreases are shown for Boston, Cleveland, Pittsburgh and St, Louis.
As compared with the week ending July 13, 1921, the vclumfe of business for the
week under review shows an increase of $1,301,000,000, or about 17 Per cent, larger
figures being reported for all the/centers, except Baltimore, Detroit and Kansas
City.
larger
The volume of business is measured by debits to individual accounts reported
to the Federal Reserve Board for banks in clearing house centers. The total number
of centers reporting .this week is 2k6l of which l6l are included in the summary by
Federal reserve districts.

DEBITS TO INDIVIDUAL ACCOUNTS BY BANKS IN REPORTING- CENTERS
UW U 4 J
-f m> U
ic J
UJ
iV
M X XVAM
AV /
' _________ SUMMARY BY FEDERAL RESERVE DISTRICTS
_
Federal
Number of
Week ending
Reserve
centers
July 13, 1921
July 12 , 1922
July 5 , 1922
District
included
(In thousands of dollars)
Uo_. 1 Boston
14
449,698
481,991
431,939
2 New York
3 . 27^,472
4,816,262
4 , 906,346
7
3 Philadelphia
12
. 364,908
359,656
398,819
4 Cleveland
506,901
, 418,283
13
* 71)379
+
5 Richmond
: 204,554
210,369
10
195,725
6 Atlanta
: 167,774
186,111 r
15
120,553
7 Chicago
913,871
24
927,844 "
959,730
8 St. Louis
8
239.593;
207,199
231,925
129,609
9 Minneapolis
12
122 , 9^ 6:
137,609
10 Kansas City
16
235,260
264,186
244*476
11 Dallas
128,985
' 123,770
13
128,771
446,098
12 San Francisco 17
423,774
429,046 •
TOTAL

l6l

8,823,923

8,634,426

7 , 523,332

REPORTING CENTERS BY FEDERAL RESERVE DISTRICTS
(In thousands of dollars)
DISTRICT No. 1 - BOSTON
Bangor, Me.
3,408
3,367
Boston, Mass.
330,678
297,377
Brockton, Mass.
4,465
4,212
Fall River, Mass.
7,470
6,833
Hartford, Conn. '
22,775
25,559
Holyoke, Mass.
3,440
3,301
Lowell, Mass.
4,346
5,265
Lynn, Mass.
5,901
5,456
Manchester, N. H.
3,928
3,23*+
New Bedford, Mass.
6,436
6,679
New Haven, Conn.
20,401
18,102
Portland, Me.
9,069
3,697
Providence, R. I.
31,948
33,163
Springfield, Mass,
17,209
15,290
Waterbury, Conn.
6,258
6,209
Worcester, Mass.
14,145
15,242



4,093
295,252
5,'542

22,276
2,931

4,496
4,559
5.927
17,192
7,309
30,043
12,800

5,128
14,259

DEBITS TO INDIVIDUAL ACCOUNTS BY BANKS IN E5PC5TIHG CENTERS_________ St-2905a.
.
Week ending
July 12, 1922

July 5, 1922

July 13, 1921

(in thousands of dollars)
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,
No. New Jersey Clearing
House Association
Passa|c, N. J,
Rochester, N. Y.
Stamford., Conn.
Syracuse, N. Y,
DISTRICT No. 3 - PHILADELPHIA
Allentown, Pa.
Altoona, Pa,
Camden, N. J,
Chester, Pa.
Harrisburg, Pa.
Hazleton, Pa.
Johnstown, Pa.
Lancaster, Pa,
Lebanon, Pa*
Norristown, Pa.
• -- Philadelphia, Pa.
Reading, Pa,
Scranton, Pa.
Trenton, N, J,
Wilkes-Barre, Pa.
Williamsport, pa.
Wilmington, Del.
York, Pa,
3 STRICT No. 4 - CLEVELAND
1
Akron, Ohio.
Butler, pa.
Canton, Ohio.
Cincinnati, Ohio
Cleveland, Ohio,
Columbus, Ohio
Connellsville, Pa,
Dayton, Ohio
Erie, Pa,
Greensburg, Pa.
Homestead, Pa.
Lexington, Ky,
Lima, Ohio
Lorain, Ohio,
New Brighton, Pa,
Oil City, Pa,
Pittsburgh, Pay
Springfield, Ohio
Toledo, Ohio
Warren, Ohio
Wheeling, .W, Va ,
r
'
Your gat own, Ohio
Zanesville, Ohio




21,285

23,673

31,051
4,111
76,799
3,464
3,542
2,304
59,792
4,647,704

4,4lS
67,292
3,624
3,749
2,681
54,864
4,763,690

2,835

6,802
2,630
8,344
4,024
7,299
2,3S9
4,471
5,040
.1,351
755

5,694

16,110

6,638

3,737,133

36,740
3,747
36,740
2,731

16,029

6 1 , l46

35,677
5,551
28,081

3,347
9,932
4,693
7,765
2,325
4,791

5,268
1,35S
S35
324,151
7.99S

•

288,133
7,330

12,920

12,133

11,992
7,046

4,380

11,287
S,l4S
4,094

S,09S
4,368

3 , 60s

15,932

12,278

2 ,8 1 2

2,710
8,134
65,820
148,367
28,877

9,424
67,345
131,172
32,546
1,121
15,932
6,142
3,981
808
5,182
3,680
1,195
2,354 .
3,086

162,563
4,957
39,804
2,412
8,724
13,817
2,724

8,1S9

28,580
14,269
. 3,209
4,078
'

6,853

4,962
4,390
289,668
17,474
10,552
8,578
4,295
7,132
3,717

13,662
59-S71

122,935
29,242

906
16,354
6,240
3,721
1,044
5,47b
3,251

12,952
6,405
4,924
3,697

1,410

2,704
3,525
177,73S
5,372
33,926
2,578
9,052
24,081
2,969

1,992
139,406
4,400
9
wv

7,305
11,492
1

DEBITS TO INDIVIDUAL ACCOUNTS BY BAMS IN REPORTING CENTERS
Week ending
July 12, 1922

July 5, 1922

| July 13, 1921

(In thousands of dollars)
DISTRICT No. 5 - RICHMOND
Asheville, N. C.
Baltimore, Md.
Charleston, S. C.
Charleston, W. Va.
Charlotte, N. C.
Columbia, S. C.
Cumberland, Mi.
Danville, Va.
Durham, N. C.
Greensboro, N. C,
Greenville, S. C.
Hagerstown, Md.
Huntington, W. Va.
Lynchburg, Va.
Newport News, Va.
Norfolk, Va.
Raleigh, N. C.
Richmond, Va.
Roanoke, Va.
Spartanburg, S. C.
Washington, D. C.
Wilmington, N. C.
Winston-Salem, N. C.
DISTRICT No. 6 - ATLANTA
Albany, Ga.
Atlanta, Ga.
Augusta, Ga.
Birmingham, Ala.
Brunswigk, Ga.
Chattanooga, Tenn.
Columbus, Ga.
Cordele, Ga.
Dothan, Ala.
Elberton, Ga.
Jackson, Miss.
Jacksonville, Fla.
Knoxville, Tenn.
Macon, Ga.
Meridian, Miss.
Mobile, Ala.
Montgomery, Ala.
Nashville, Tenn.
Newnan, Ga.
New Orleans, La.
Pensacola, Fla.
Savannah, Ga.
Tampa, Fla.
Valdosta, Ga.
Vicksburg, Miss.




4,34s

92 , 511+
7.30S
7,281

4,100
2,317
2,192
^,526
3,71^
3,790
■
2,360
>+,742
5,243
2,183-

16,642
3 ,soo
25,318
5,227
. 2,082
^7,^3^
5,248
5,245

4,137

20,676
- 6,199
6,550
7,877

5,535

17,520
752
6,75^
2,684

3,285
4,112

2,57^

2,326
4,903

4,960
5,096
2,024

15,296
3,700

15,147
4,100
23,087

27,044
5,51^

2,232
te,927

3,399

37,S30
5,5^7

6,386
807

27,927
4,438
18,184
6,864

23,577

5,326
10,696
600
8,222
2,405
149

450

502
183

212
2,967

2,171

10,861
6,925
4,503
6,187
3,185
16,572

417

62,021
1,362

4,935
2,156
1,492
3,921

216

10,002
5,928
^,634
1 , 91 s
5,677
3,164
15,843

^,99^

5,151

792

25,894

101,330
6,7^2

9,965
4,688
3,997

1,695
5,820
2 ,171
22,277
706

62,376
1,553

54,601

9,758

9,996

5,222
1 ,1 1 6

5,186

1,239

1,35^

8,761
4,976
917
1,233

1,464

DEBITS TO INDIVIDUAL ACCOUNTS BY BANKS IN HEPC7TING CENTERS.
St,2905c.
Week ena lng
tTuIy 12 . 1922 I July 5. IQ 22 I July 13, 1921
isands of dollars)
DISTRICT No. 7 - CHICAGO
Adrian, Mich.
746
750
Aurora, 111.
2,555
2,992
Bay City, Mich,
2,624
2,231
2,495
Bloomington, 111.
2,210
2,074
2,285
Cedar Rapids, Iowa
5,720
8,637
10,347
Chicago, 111595,856
548,414
575,910
Danville, 111.
3.300
3,100
Davenport, Iowa
7,605
6,056
9 ,2 87 .
Decatur, 111.
3 , 49s
3,060
3,035
Des Moines, Iowa
17,362
15,322
15,326
Detroit, Mich.
127,100
160,515
130,321
Dubuque, Iowa
3.300
3,150
2,581
Flint, Mich.
5 ,116
5,302
5,074
Fort Wayne, Ind.
7,917
6,800
7,951
Gary, Ind.
3,218
2,743
Grand Rapids, Mich.
14,372
12,682
I4,s6s
Hammond, Ind.
3,602
3,100
Indianapolis, Ind.
35,263
32,922
34,221
Jackson, Mich.
4,063
4,120
3,275
Kalamazoo, Mich.
4,203
3 ,S 88
3,650
Lansing, Mich.
6,507
4,509
6,735
Mason City, Iowa
2 , 329.
2,139
Milwaukee, Wis. '
59,526
57,927
50 , 688
Moline, 111.
3 ,129
. 1,969
1,673
.Muscatine, Iowa
1,366
1,108
Oshkosh, Wis,
1,900
—
2,300
Peoria, 111.
2,770.
2,175
7,969
Rockford, 111.
4,791
5,190
4,994
Sioux City, Iowa
16,612
15,762
9,062
South Bend, Ind.
S,S02
8,216'
6,707
Springfield, 111.
6,317
7,415
6,193
Waterloo, Iowa
3,573
3,734
3,156
DISTRICT No. 8 - ST. LOUIS
East St. Louis and
Nat *1 Stock Yards, 111.
10,704
8,349
S,2l6
Evansville, Ind.
8,542
9,100
6,832
Fort Smith, Ark.
2,302
2,351
Greenville, Miss.
1,226
674
Helena, Ark.
878
939
Little Hock, Ark.
2,251
8,048
9,194
Louisville, Ky.
33,543
34,511
31,397
Memphis, Tenn.
23,860
24,295
16,915
Owensboroj Ky.
1,633
1,097
Quincy,' 1 1 1 .
2,323
2,030
2,286
St. Louis, Mo.
l 4 i ,666
150,414
129,121
Springfield, Mo.
3,036
2,851
2,638
DISTRICT No. 9 - MINNEAPOLIS
Aberdeen, S. D.
1,537
1,229
1,536
Billings, Mont.
1,973
1,767
M 54
Dickinson, N. D.
. 298
2S8
Duluth, Mirm.
15,977
15,437
•
17,559
Fargo, N. D.
2,930
2,861
3,041
Grand Forks, N. D.
1,392
1,307
1,216
Great Falls, Mont,
1 , 49s
1,457
1,526
Helena, Mont.
2,601
,
2,002
2,481
Jamestown, N. D.
537
372
Lewistown, Mont.
794
852
Minneapolis, Minn,
69,430
62,664
65,153
Minot, N. D.
829
988
Red Wing, Minn.
St. Paul, Minn.
(* 33 , 254)39 # 6 8
(* 27 , 366) 33,275
27,682
Sioux Falls, S. D.
,_ M S 2
3,750
4,149
Superior, Wis.
1 , 03s
1,702
2,007
Winona, Minn.
■1.2?/
1,324
1,405
♦Debits of banks which submitted reports in I92 I.



•

DEBITS TO INDIVIDUAL ACCOUNT? BY RANKS IN REPORTIN
G- CENTERS..- - St.2903d.
Week ending
July 5, 1922

July 12, 1922

July 13, 19'

(In thousands of dollars)
DISTRICT No. 10 - KANSAS CITY
Atchison, Kans.
Bartlesville, Okla.
Casper,Wyo.
Cheyenne, Wyo.
Colorado Springs, Colo.
Denver, Co.lo.
' Enid, Okla.
Fremont, Neb~
Grand Island, Neb.
Grand Junction, Colo.
Guthrie, Okla.
Hutchinson, Kans.
• Independence, KansJoplin,. Mo.
Kansas City, Kans.
Kansas City, Mo.
Lawrence, Kans.
McAlester, Okla.
Muskogee, Okla.
Oklahoma City, Okla.
• Okmulgee, Okla.
Omaha, Neb.
Parsons, Kans.
Pittsburg, Kans.
Pueblo., Colo.
St. Joseph, Mo.
Topeka, Kans.
Tulsa, Okla.
Wichita, Kans.■
. .
DISTRICT No. 11 - DALLAS
' Albuquerque, N. M.
Austin, Tex.
■
Beaumont, Tex.
Corsicana, Tex.
Dallas, Tex.
El Paso, Tex.
'F t. Worth, Tex.
Galveston, Tex.
Houston, Tex.
Roswell, N. M.
San Antonio, Tex.
Shreveport, La.
Texarkana, Tex.
Tucson, Ariz.
Waco, Tex.




1,2 16
2,5S7
3,150
2,007
3,307
38,603
3,115
843

1,204
2,073

1 ,1 1 6
3,072
3,413
1,721

607
■ 3,804

1,943
2, £44
3,175
70,297
1,043

r '
r
~
2,042
3,012

2,636
•3,217
71,149
1,001
803

921
• ,

4,815

72,010
3,202
20,570

•

20,533
1,984
43,183

-

41,316
•

916

•

1,049
3,707
13,153
. 3,249
22,591
. 12,736

■4,192

2,280
2,997
3,110

2,124
3,265
3,350
27,607
7,093.
18,920

2,734
3,485

3,610
1,016

856
30,017
7,768
20,970
14,251
23,450

3l,25S
8,313

21,876
14,542
21,450
585

466
4,801

6,930
7,261
3,960

2,719
31,020

• 34,676
2,986
772
1,152
577
565
2,674
2,439

•653

1,742
1,824

2,132

2,922

1,216

5,964
21,149
2,133
48,152
1,001
1,211
4,512
16,177
. 4,163
27,602
12,426

'

7,420

'

1,571
1,767
3,368

16,453
4,495
16,954
12,466

.

19,222
28,045
6,875
5,957
1,182
2,038
3,093

DEBITS 10 INDIVIDUAL Al t T VTS BY BANKS IN REPORTIN GJM gggg--frn T
- — ------- -j
Week ending_________, ------- -July 13, 1921
July 5» 1922
July 12 , 1922
(In thousands of dollars)
DISTRICT No. 12 - SAN FRANCISCO
Bakersfield, Calif.
Bellingham, Wash.
Berkeley, C alif.
Boise, Ida,
Eugene, Ore,
Fresno, C alif.
Long Beach, C alif.
Los Angeles, Calif*
Oakland, C alif.
Ogden, Utah
Pasadena, C a lif.
Phoenix, Ariz.
Portland, Ore.
Reno, Nev.
Ritzville, Wash.
Sacramento, C alif,
Salt Lake City, Utah
San Bernardino, Calif.
San Diego, C alif,
San Francisco, Calif,
San Jose, Calif.
Seattle, Wash.
Spokane, Wash.
Stockton, C alif,
Tacoma, Wash.
Yakima, Wash.




2,602
1,455
4,186
3,229
2,181

9,151

2,493
1,603
3,581
3,034
1,518

9,200
8,537

123.252

106,408

23,093
4,348

18,955

6.96?
3,884
32 >969
2,713

167
15,739
13,728
1,911
10,680
171.043

>,966

3,234
3.207
9,170
6,042
104,876
18,682
3.208

5,303

5,646
4,513
32,495
2,991
149

31,650
3,084

12,611

13,705
13,937

13,543

1,275

9 ,8 0 4

158,885
5,093

35,1^5

5,039
33,727
11,259
4,890
8,744

25,688
8,967

5,870
10,079

9,503

169,216

4,539

9,968

8,269
2,169

.

2,166