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STiTE:,S:TT FOR THE PRESS
Released for publieatibn
Sunday morning, July 7;
not earlier
^

St. 6253
Federal Reserve Board.
J,Uy 6 , 1 9 29

Debits to individual accounts, as reported to the Federal Reserve
Board by banks in leading cities for the week ending July 3* aggregated
$22, 5"*-2,000,000 or 3 2 . 7 per cent above the total reported for the preceding week,
and 33.'+ per cent above the total for the corresponding week last year, which
included but five business days.
Aggregate debits for l4l centers for which figures have been published
weekly sine 3 January 1 9 1 9 amounted to approximately"$ 2 1 ,% 6 , 00 0,00 0 , as compared
with $ 1 5 ,4 5 4 ,0 0 0 ,0 0 0 for the preceding week and $ 1 5 ,4 6 6 ,0 0 0 ,0 0 0 for the week
ending July 3, of last year.

DEBITS TO I'TDIVirUAL 1CG0"TTS - S&ZLHE.Y BY SLDHLAI. RESERVE DISTRICTS
______ (in thOf-Kiafls, of dollars')____________ __________________
Federal
Number of j
e n a _n_&
W e e k
Reserve
. centers!
June 26 1929 July 3, 192S
ruly 3.1929
District
included I
No. 1
2
3
4
5
6

7
S
9

10
11
12

- Boston
- Now York
- Philadelphia
- Cleveland
- Richmond
- Atlanta
- Chicago
- St. Louis
- Minneapolis
- Kansas City
- Dallas
- San Francisco
TOTAL

l6
l4
IS
24
24
2b

999,727

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

9 , 8 9 0 ,1 3 0

9 1 9 ,5 7 4

6 7 0 ,1 7 0

6 7 9 ,3 4 1

9 4 0 ,4 2 3

7 2 2 ,383
3 0 7 ,4 5 2

873,798
346,187
275,460
1,572,946
319,712
2 0 4 ,24o

384 , 3 4 0
332,584
CC< r l . Q J -06^
399,771
242,90s
419,464

17
27

2 2 3 ,6 1 0

2 7 b, 8 0 0
1 ,5 4 1 ,4 5 0
3 1 0 ,771
184,64-7
338,185
183,303

1 , 0 7 6 ,8 8 8

852 , 4os

262

2 2 , 5 4 2 ,4 3 5

38

iS

15

27

704,868

1 4 , 6 2 0 ,4 5 1

1 6 , 2 5 4 ,4 6 3

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

DEBITS TO IlTDiniXJAL ACCOUNTS BY BANKS 121 EACH REPORTING CENTER
_____________________ , ___ & 2 L thousands of doll ars)______________________________
_
'Week ending ;
IWeek ending
[July 3. 19 29
!M 2 L lU a 2 9 j_
DISTRICT■
UO. 1 - BOSTON
DI3TRI32 1TC. 2 - NSW YORK (Cont'd)
5,464
Bangor, Me.
Northern New Jersey
Boston, Mass.
697,734
Clearing House Assn.
120,190
Brockton, Hass.
6,179
Passaic, IT. J .
13,343
Fall River, Mass.
8,254
Poughkeepsie, if. Y.
7,257
Hartford, Conn.
70,039
Rochester, N . Y.
6l,O l4
3,986
Holyoke, Mass.
Stamford, Conn.
6 ,5 l4
Lowell, I'a^s.
6 ,0 2 3
Syracuse, N. Y.
37 , 2 6 5
Lynn Mas s .
7,738
:-r-mchestor, IT . E .
DISTRICT 210. 3 - PHILADELPHIA
4 ,716
New Bedford, lias s.
Allentown, Pa.
,7.310
13,363
New Haven, Conn.
Alt 0 ona, Pa.
37,905
4,465
Portland. Me.
Camden, N. J .
15.063
16,924
Providence. R. I .
Chester, Pa.
57.377
8 ,5 2 6
Springfield., Mass.
Harrisburg, Pa.
2^,052
1 2 ,0 1 2
Waterbury, Corm.
Hazleton, Pa.
19,340
5,^07
Worc e st er , Mas s .
24,107
Johnstown, Pa.
7,130
Lancaster, Pa.
9,153
[STRICT 110. 2 - NEW YORK
Lebanon, Pa.
2,331
Albany, N. Y.
Norristown, Pa.
70,687
5,087
Binghamton, N. Y.
3 ,344
Philadelphia. Pa.
7 2 0 , 4oS
Buffalo , N. Y.
Reading, Pa.
1 6 2 ,0 0 2
17,547
Elmira, N. Y.
6,645
Scranton, Pa.
20,300
Jomestovm N. Y.
Trenton, IT. J.
7,689
25,503
Montclair, N. J .
Wi Ike s--Barre, P a .
10,532
1 1 ,1 6 1
Newark, IT. J .
Williamsport, Pa.
1 7 6 ,0 0 0
5 ,2 6 2
New York.. N. Y.
Wilmington, Del.
1 3 , 9 3 2 ,9 1 9
27,371

York, Pa.
http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/
7,074
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

DEBITS TO INDIVIDUAL ACCOUNTS BY BANKS IN EACH REPORTING- CENTER
(in thousands of dollars)
_______
St. c253a
Week ending
Week ending
_______________
| u .,
U
July 3, 1929:
July 3, 1929
DISTRICT NO. 4 - CTEVKT IM
.A 'D
DISTRICT HO. 6 - ATLANTA (Cont: d)
Akron, Ohio
31,444
Elbert on, Ga,.
204
B u t le r , Pa.
4 ,462
Hattiesburg, M iss.
1 ,9 6 8
Canton, Ohio
15,931
Jackson Miss.
7 ,3 6 6
Cincinnati, Ohio
105,253
Jacksonville, Fla.
1 8 ,7 1 7
Cleveland, Ohio
2 7 8 ,9 7 3
Knoxville, Tenn.
9 ,6 3 5
Columbus, Ohio
Macon, Ga.
5 ,3 5 8
Connellsville, Pa.
1,033
Meridian, Miss.
3 ,2 2 2
Dayton, Ohio
2 9 ,7 7 6
Miami, Fla.
8.792
E rie, p a .
12,025
Mobile, Ala.
9 ,0 0 0
Franklin, pa.
1 ,8 7 4
Montgomery, Ala.
6 ,3 6 9
Greensburg, Pa.
5 ,6 7 6
Nashville, Tenn.
2 7 ,7 3 2
Homestead, Pa.
1,197
Newnan Ga.
537
Lexington, Ky.
6,999
New Orleans, La
8 5 ,4 2 3
Lima, Ohio
4,130
Pensacola, Fla.
1,999
Lorain, Ohio
2,006
Savannah, Ga.
9,634
Middletown, Ohio
3,366
Tampa, Fla.
9,4-75Oil City, Pa.
5,169
Valdosta, Ga.
1 ,0 5 2
Pittsburgh, Pa.
319,943
Vicksburg, Miss.
1 , 8 7 2 -•
Springfield, Ohio
7,637
Steubenville, Ohio
3 .592
DISTRICT NO. 7 - CHICAGO
Toledo, Ohio
tjgfl+22
Adrian, Mich.
2,468
Warren, Ohio
4*422
Aurora, 111.
3 ,7 5 0 '
Wheeling, W. Va.
11^637
Battle Creek, Mich.
6,503
Youngstown, Ohio
22*442
Bay City, Mich.
3.758Zanesville, Ohio
2^49
Bloomington, 111.
3 ,6 8 5
Cedar Rapids, la.
1 2 ,4 9 4
DISTRICT NO. 5 - RICHMOND
Champaign-Urbana, 111.
, 3.333
Asheville, N. C.
Chicago, 111.
7.985
1 , 2 4 5 ,0 3 7
Baltimore, Md.
Danville, 111.
1 2 5 ,7 2 7
3 ,0 5 0 •
Charleston, S. C.
5 .1 0 0
Davenport, la.
1 1 ,5 8 6
Charleston, W. Va.
12,697
Decatur, 111.
4,952
Charlotte, N. C.
De s Moine s , Iowa
15*553
1 8 ,5 2 2
Columbia, S. C.
4 ,8 9 1
Detroit, Mich.
3 2 6 ,6 1 5
Cumberland, Md.
3 ,580
Dubuque, Iowa
5 ,6 5 6
Danville, Va.
2.439
Flint, Mich.
12,194
Durham, N. C.
8.244
Fort Wayne, Ind.
l 4 ,2 l f
Greensboro, N. C.
6 ,8 7 2
Gary, In d .
7,098
Greenville, S. C.
5 ,2 9 4
Grand Rapids, Mich.
22,44s
Hagerstown, Md.
3 .5 7 6
Green Bay, Wis.
3 ,7 6 8
Huntington, W. Va.
5,842
Hammond, In d .
Lynchburg, Va.
, 5.937
6,04s
Indianapolis, Ind.
48,066
Newport News, Va.
2 ,8 9 0
Jackson, Mi ch.
Norfolk, Va.
8.985
14 , 5 6 6
Kalamazoo, Mich,
7,922
Portsmouth, Va.
2 .1 0 1
Lansing, Mich.
11,980
Raleigh, N. C.
6.985
Mason City, la.
3 ,2 0 0
Richmond, Va.
41,827
Milwaukee, Wis.
8 3 ,8 6 2
Roanoke, Va.
9 ,045
Moline, 111.
2 ,8 7 1
Spartanburg, S. C.
3 ,^99
Muscatine, la.
1,182 ,
Washington, D. C.
72,755
Oshkosh, Wis.
4,300 i
5 ,6 0 5
Wilmington, N. C.
Peoria, 111.
14,430 *
Winston-Salem, N . C.
1 1 ,2 1 9
Rockford, 1 1 1 .
8,874
Saginaw, Mich.
7,904 1
DISTRICT NO. 6 - ATLANTA
Sheboygan, Wis.
4 ,5 3 9
Albany, Ga.
1 ,0 1 5
Sioux City, Iowa
15,982 •
Atlanta, Ga.
59.382
South Bend, Ind.
1 9 , 1 4 5 .-.
Augusta, Ga.
6 ,1 6 8
Springfield, 1 1 1 .
9.986
Birmingham, Ala.
38,680
Terre Haute, Ind.
5,655
Brunswick, Ga.
1 ,0 6 5
Waterloo, Iowa
6 ,6 7 7
:
Chattanooga Tenn.
1 3 .3 6 8
Columbus, Ga.
3,883
Dothan, Ala.
668

F


DEBITS TO INDIVIDUAL ACCOUNTS BY BANKS IN E4.CH REPORTING CETTER
(in thousands of dollars)
St. 6 2 5 3 ^
Week ending
July 3 , 1929
DISTRICT N O. S - ST. LOUIS
East St. Louis and N a t * l .
Stock Yards, 1 11.
17,S51
E ld orad o, Ark.
l,64o
E v a n s v ille , In d .
9,265
Port Smith, Ark.
2,827
G r o e n v ilie , Mi s s .
S 69
Helena, Ark.
1 ,4 6 6
L itt le Rock, Ark.
1 7 ,2 5 5
L o u is v ille , Ky.
68,677
Mem.V ais , Tenn.
37,290
Owensboro, K y .
1,630
Pino B l u f f , Ark.
2,354
Quincy, 1 1 1 .
3,227
S t . Loui s , Mo.
228,136
Sedalia, Mo.
1.307
S p r in g fie ld , Mo.
4 ,5 0 2
Te:<£ar:£ana ,Ark. ( See also Tex*.
475 '
DISTRICT NO. 9 - MINNEAPOLIS
Aberdeen, S. D.
i ,6 o 4
B i l l i n g s , Mont.
2 , 564
Dickinson, N . D.
367
Duluth, Minn.
22,057
Fargo, N . D.
4,529
Grand Forks, N. D.
2,033
Helena, Mont.
2 .5 5 7
Jamestown, N . D.
La Crosse, Wis.
3.2S4
M inneapolis, Minn.
132,669
Minot, N . D.
2 ,1 3 5
Red Wing, Minn.
715
S t . P a u l , M inn.
50,237
Sioux P a l l s , S. D.
6,07
South St. P a u l, Minn,
8,03
Superior, Wis.
Winona, Minn.
3.390
DISTRICT NO. 10 - KANSAS CITY
Albuquerque, N . M .
3,461
A tchison, Kans.
1,524
B a r t l e s v il l e , O k la.
5,652
Casper, Wyo.
2,216
Cheyenne, Wyo.
1 ,2 6 9
Colorado Springs, Colo.
4 ,4 9 1
Denver, Colo.
5 2 ,6 7 5
E n id , Okla.
5,958
Fremont, Neb.
Grand Junctio n, Colo.
S3 I
Guthrie, Okla.
1 ,0 5 4
Hutchinson, Kans.
2,963
Independence, Kans.
3 ,1 1 5
J o p l in , Mo.
3,751
Kansas C it y , Kans.
4 ,8 8 0
Kansas C ity , Mo.
125,002
Lawrence, Kans.
1 c?p
Lincoln , Neb.
Muskogee, Okla.
Oklahoma C ity, Okla.
F

3,256
4 2 [770

Week ending
July 3 . 1929
DISTRICT NO. 10 - KANSAS CITY (C o n t'd )
Okmulgee, Okla.
1 ,7 3 5
Omaha, Nob.
5 6 ,723
Parsons, Kans.
954
P ittsb u rg , Kans.
1,544
Pueblo, Colo.
2 ,5 9 6
St. Joseph, Mo.
13,669
Topeka, Kans.
6 ,3 9 3
Tulsa, Okla.
45,210
W ichita, Kans.
11,050
DISTRICT NO. 11 - DALLAS
A b ile n e , Tex.
A u stin, Tex.
Beaumont, Tojn.
Corsicana, Tex.
D a lla s, Tex.
El Paso, Tex.
Ft. Worth, Tex.
Galveston, Tex.
Houston, Tex.
Port Arthur, Tex.
Roswell, N . M.
San Antonio, Tex.
Shreveport, La.
Texarkana, T e x .
(See also A r k .)
Tucson, A r i 2 .
Waco, Tex.
W ichita F a lls , Tex.

2,596
3 ,1 5 7

5,640
1,4 53
56 ,5 7 3
9 .5 6 9

25,059
7,342
5 7 ,5 3 5

2,392
1 ,1 5 5

22,713
10,950
2 ,4 4 i

2,275
3 ,7 3 5

2,419

DISTRICT NO. 12 - SAN FRANCISCO
B a k e r sfie ld , C a l i f .
4 ,0 2 7
Bellingham , Wash.
2 ,5 9 4
Berkeley, C a l i f .
6 ,4 s 4
B o is e , Idaho
4,101
Eugene, Ore.
Everett, Wash.
4 .2 7 1
Fresno, C a l i f .
6 , 56s
Long Beach, C a l i f .
1 2 , J88
Los Angeles, C a l i f .
31 3 ,28 3
Oakland, C a lif.
75 ,1 4 3
Ogden, Utah
5 .1 9 3
Pasadena, C a lif.
9 ,2 0 1
Ph o en ix, Ari z.
10,176
Portland, Ore.
51 , 54b
Reno, Nov.
3 .9 1 1
R i t z v i l l e , Wash.
239
Sacramento, C a lif.
10,409
Salt Lake C ity , Utah
1 9 .3 3 3
San Bernardino, C a lif.
2,388
San Diego, C a l i f .
, 1 5 .2 7 3
San Francisco, C a l i f .
4 0 1 ,2 6 8
San Jo se , C a lif.
Santa Barbara, C a lif.
Seattle, Wash.
67,822
Spokane, Wash.
11,638
Stockton, C a lif.
6 ,9 6 8
Tacoma, Wash.
12,980
Yakima, Wash.
3 ,6 9 1

1,0461 S l S i l f 0 r i r ! r / n i l , 1 S , M e 26 • 1929. not -ireviously reported:
Columbus, Ohio 3 9 .S ° 8 ; Dickinson, N . D . 3 7 2 ; J a . n e s t o v m D . 6S<*.