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STATEMENT FOR THE PRESS
Released for publication
Sunday morning, June 13,1920;
not earlier
BANK DEBITS

St. 1212
Fedoral Reserve Board
Juno 12,1920.

Belov/ is given the Federal Reserve Board's weekly statement of debits to
individual account reported through the Federal Reserve Banks by over 150 of
the country1s more important clearinghouses. Transactions cov^r the weekly
periods ending Wednesday, June 9
June 2 of the present year and June 11,
1919*
statement closes with a recapitulation giving comparative figures
by reserve districts for cities reporting complete data for the three weeks
undes review.
As compared with the total for the preceding 5 ^ ay week, the total of
~debits to individual account reported by 152 important Clearing Houses shows
an increase of 526 millions, or 6*2 per cent. For New York City an increase
of 305 millions, or of over 7 per cent is noted, while totals for Boston and
St* Louis indicate a smaller volume of transactions than the week before.
As the result chiefly of the limited volume of stock exchange dealings, the
Now York City total of 4,487 millions is 6 IS
millions below the corres• ponding 1919 total. For the other 151 cities an increase over last years1
total by 577 millions, or nearly 15 per cent is shown. For the 23 weeks the
cumulative total for New York City, 111,035 millions, was 16.8 per cent lar­
ger than last year, while the corresponding total for 1U7 other centers,
105,886 millions, shows an increase of about 27 per cent ovsr the 1919 total*

DEBITS TO INDIVIDUAL ACCOUNT AT C1EARING HOUSE BANKS.,
Week'ending
Jun; - 1920 : June 2. 1920 1 June 11, 193A5L.
(In thousands of dollars)
DISTRICT No. 1 - BOSTON
2,813
3,288
Bangor
4 ,l6 l
280 , 215
313,301
Boston
2S6,64 i
7,871
Fall River
9,262
9.331
19,743
20, 880
Hartford
23,859
2,684
4,173
Holyoke
4,360
5,225
5,114
Lowell
5,894
4,812
Manchester
5,393
5,781
8,083
New Bedford
8,632
14,996
22,413
New Haven
19, S92
8,002
Portland
8, 562
31,301
39,647
Providence
38,200
5,552
Springfio Id
12,635
16, 561
7,184
6.332
Waterbury
7,730
13,306
l6,44o
Worcester
17,504
DISTRICT No. 2 - NEW YORK
Albany
Binghamton
Buffalo
New York
Passaic
Rochester
Syracuse
DISTRICT No. 2 - PHILADELPHIA
Altoona
Chester
Harrisburg
Johnstown
Lancaster
Philadelphia
Reading
Scranton
Trenton
Wilkes-Barre
Williamsport
Wilmington

York


■
26,653
4,722
65,552
,4g6, 802
5,031
36,615
17,093
2,823
5,320'

3,600
4,172
6,069
347 ;442
5,247
15,947

12,762
8,451
4,095

7 *1??
4,864

3,740
t ,- 8
- 22
6l, 130
4,181,413

5,669
33,283
16,487

2,580

5,139

3,438
4,431
4,926
332,532
3,501
11,794
11,318
7,702
3,713
9,931
4,301

16,068
3,468
58,184
,104,357
3,719
29,923

12,415
2,859

4,076
3,739
3,151
4,682
305,64o
3,615
12, 29s
9,702
6 ,i4 i
3,410
9 , 65s
3 ,3 4 i

DEBITS TO INDIVIDUAL ACCOUNT AT CLEARING HOUSE BANKS S t ' 12l2a
Week ending;
Juno Q. 1920 ; June 2. 1S20 ; June 11. 1919
(In thousands of dollars)
DISTRICT No. 4 - GffiVELAND.
Akron
32,112
30,439
20,737
Cincinnati
58, 873
53 , 261
51,341
Clave land
160, 267
148,745
137,239
Colunbus
29, 01 s
27,722
26, S92
Dayton
11,768
12,111
11,973
Erie
5,252
6,730
8,227
Greensburg
4,066
4,559
Lexington
5,254
4.537
Oil City ■
2,901
3,292
Pittsburgh
178, S85
1S4,945
6
3 1
7
Springfield
2,845
4,o45
3 ,5 H
Toledo
26,129
28,944
23,263
Wheeling
6,688
2.537
10,675
Youngstown
12,344
21,612
12,376
i

DISTRICT No. 5 - RICHMOND
Baltimore
Charleston
Charlotte
Columbia
Huntington
Norfolk
Raleigh
Richmond
DISTRICT No. 6 - ATLANTA.
Atlanta
Augusta
Birmingham
Chattanooga
Jacksonville
Knoxville
Macon
Mobile
Montgomery
Nashvilie
New Orleans
Pensacola
Savannah
Tanpa
Vicksburg
DISTRICT No. 7 - CHICAGO
Bay City
Bloomington
Cedar Rapids
Chicago
Davenport
Decatur
Dss Moines
Detroit
Dubuque
Flint
Ft. Wayne
Grand Rapids
Indianapolis
Jackson
Kalamazoo
Lansing
Milwaukee
Peoria
Rockford
Sioux City
South Bend
Springfield
Water loo




106. 65s
9,419
7,64o
7,701
5,941
21,107

4,572

26,6 o 4

30,660
2,727
16,341

12,320
1 3 ,5 ^
7,331
6,563
8,944
5 ,706

27,065
76,791
2,212
15,529

6,029
1,972
3,186
3,064

11.900
682,720
9,424
K m

363

140,020

3,921
10,232
8,469
20,352
37,934
3,731
5,305

7,208

62,297
12.901
6,874
l6,4l6
5,133
4,464
4,872

92,961
10,100
2,155

7,279

5,220
15,272
3,251
27,396
29,043
2,794
17,479
12,536
13,935

7,000
2,529

7,319
4, S30
23 , 530
6.5,337
2 ,4 j 4

17,063
6 , 26s
1,371
3,569
2.757
c , ’ 322
6
654,231
6,941
4,103
17,965
130,395
3,552
9,295

6,666
21,663

35,363
4,812
4,603
6,808
57,127

10,426

5,725

16, S05
4,137
6.757
4,304

S

;

6
x

115,765
7,850

5,000
7,505
21,274
3,332

21,240
25,237
s,o43

13,306
13 , 222
11,276
6,o4i
7,094
7,953
4,879

20,872
79,377

2,900
17,322
5,295
1,962
2,326

2,241
10,532
622,303

6,692
4 297
17,641

106.913
2,317

2,291
5,089
15 ,144
31.913
4,o6s
3,°67

4,914

49,733
U ,1 3 3
4,593
16,003
3,684
5,353
2,213

St.1212b
DEBITS 10 INDIVIDUAL ACCOUNT AT CLEARING- HOUSE BANKS----- Week ondin
Juno Q. 1Q20 ; June 2. 1920 : June 11, 1 % ±
(In thousands of dollars)
DISTRICT Ho. S - S t . LOUIS
Evansville
Little Rock
Louisville
Memphis
St. Louis

5,615

5,273

M g

9,075
32,717

8,510

34,420

6,082
35,096

151,692

iptf* Rg?
123,582

30,202

1U I J U 7

DISTRICT No. 9 - MINNEAPOLIS
Aberdeen

S.?1
*

2.U 3
1*

BUlillSS
Suluth

■

1 ’ to3

1:959

E K * * . .
Great Palls

2‘ 52?
90,39^

,M l o
Isl’frln
30,349
6,093
2,039

3 5 ,^ 3

S,042

2 36 5
1*250

DISTRICT No. 10 - KANSAS CITY
Atcliison
Bartlesville
Cheyenne
Colorado Springs
Denver
Joplin
Kansas City, Kan*

5

4

o 7 ^n
kn’ av7
^0,917
3,357
^ ’ nk?

37,720
-

1 »1 5°
1,070

S

k QM

5

,

1

:

2,191
3,85“

i

f

:

|

a ;9
J
>5 9
,

5

'^7*003
37,003
3 .1 0 '
f ^ ’ ^07

|

13$992

•

7p S o
I ? ’ 7 ?n

2,3

1

$

DISTRICT No. 11 - DALLAS
A lta jt^u e
Austin

J 79
;>

585
3,915

>

Wichita

5$6

1,029

^3,6l6
M 30
3,221

* •

■

i :f «
M 71

1,975

HQlena
Minneapolis
St. Paul
Sioux Palls
Superior
Winona

i 'u S
JSqg

3'^t

1.99*

\’ $ Z

1

§

1

I

I

4 - 5
>
70g
}• fiS
i' sio

? t r ° nt
El Paso
Ft. Worth

38 107
11>2
24,128

3®; 673
9, *35
23,986

33',76U
7 ,t o
_ 22,827

Galveston
Houston
San Antonio
Shreveport
—
*
Texarkana
Tucson
Ylaco

6,802
29,30^
10,314
10,715
“ -a?
1,9^7
7?S
2 ,159
1/ 1+85
4

*.
30,459

32*468
3*2,.
lul




1 *5-19
s46
si+6
3 ,sso

li, S91
1 S
1,719
1,719
3 >515

St.1212c
DEBITS TO INDIVIDUAL ACCOUNT AT CLEARING HOUSE BANKS,
______ Week ending ___________
June 9. IQ20 : June 2. 1920 ; Ji b s 11, 1912
(in thousands of dollars)
SAN FRANCISCO
DISTRICT Ho. 12
2,331
3,016
Barksl£y
3 ,ito
2,599
2 , 860
Boise
10,292
10,606
Fro sno
3,272
4,699
Long Boach
5,3Uo
59,899
90,426
Los Angolas
95,77*+
13,393
29,771
Oakland
30,620
4,367
3,639
Ogden
4,102
3,289
^,7^5
5 ,4 u
Pasadena
U0,128
37,035
Portland
45,37s
2,7^5
2,^73
Reno
3,132
li,4oi
11,836
Sasramento
13,065
lU,927
15,790
Salt Lake City
17,622
5,^73
6,3SO
San Diego
8,381
i5i,57S
202, 26s
San Francisco
203,752
3,638
M 79
San Jose
4,909
1+3,487
Seattle
45,120
10,19^
12,044
Spokane
13,608
5 ,i4s
4 , 97 s
Stockton
>*,760
10,73210,763
Tacoma
11 , 544
2,7^3
Yakima
3,086
6

, 2

2

8

1+ 3

, 0

6

1

2

, 2

3 6

RECAPITULATION BY FEDERAL RESTIVE DISTRICTS.
Week ending
Number of
centers
June 9, 1920 : June 2, 1920 : June 11, 1919
included
4oo, 671
U6l ,637
442,696
Boston
12
5,228,139
4,322,604
4,642,474
New York
7
372,312
405,306
427,930
Philadelphia
13
487,615
521,624
549,692
Cleveland
l4
181,966
171,020
183,701
Richmond
7
225,445
225, 56s
240,436
Atlanta
15
941,720
1,024,332
1,089,224
Chicago
23
206,732
227,872
St. Louis
219,356
5
148,549
146,467
167,809
Minneapolis
11
271 ,463
309,499
276,977
Kansas City
' l4
126,413
1314,177
Dallas
139,487
12
394,040
501,064
San Francisco
532,356
19

Federal
Reserve
District
No. 1
2
3
4
5

6
7

8
9
10
11
12




TOTAL

X
l

152

8 , 944,660

8 , 418,648

8 ,985,065