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Released, for publication
Sunday morning, June 9 ;
not earlier.

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St. 6220
Federal Reserve Board,
Jttae 8, 1929.
BANK 2SBITS

Debits to individual accounts, as reported to the Federal Reserve Board by
banks in leading cities for the week ending June 5, which included but five busi­
ness days in most of the reporting c it ie s , aggregated $l 6 , 4 4 q , 0 0 0 , 0 0 0 or 11 per
cent below the total reported for the preceding week, and l 4 per cent below the
total for txie corresponding week of last year.
Aggregate debits for l4l centers for •;hich figures have been published weekly
amounted to approximately $1 5 ,5 0 0 ,0 0 0 ,0 0 0 , as compared with
U f , o J b , 0 00,000 for the preceding week and 0 1 8 , 1 3 3 , 0 0 0 , 0 0 0 for the week ending
June o 01 last yoar.
6
3
DEBITS TO INDIVIDUAL ACCOUNTS - SUM
!.iARY 3 1 FEDERAL RESERVE DISTRICTS
(In thousands of dollars)___
Federal
Number of
e e k
e n d i n
Heserve
centers
June 5, 1 9 2 9
May 29, 1929
District
June 6 , 1928
included
No, 1 - Boston
2 - Hew York
3 - Philadelphia
4 - Cleveland
5 - Richmond
6 - Atlanta
7 - Chicago
8 - St. Loui s
9 - Minneapolis
10 - Kansas City
11 - Dallas
1 2 - San Francisco
TOTAL

16

"S 7 5 7 £ 7 "

14
18
24
23

1 0 ,0 ^ 7 ,^7 5
6 7 1 , 2 7 !+
695,960
306,404

26

17
29

235,357
1 ,7 3 ^ ,8 2 9
441,854
215,337
347,5^6

17

1 9 3 ,6 0 6

28

8 2 7 ,2 0 5

26 6

1 6 ,4 4 8 ,5 6 4

38
16

6 9 5 ,9 6 8

798,872

1 2 ,3 1 6 ,7 8 1

1 2 , 0 8 8 ,5 8 2

64 o ,S5S
721,366

1 ,6 8 7 ,4 6 1

764,060
785,309
346,870
283,909
i,8 3 l ,o 4 §

2 9 3 ,4 2 1

4 3 0 ,8 8 5

2 9 7 ,6 2 4
2 6 0 ,5 7 4

195,108

223,089

3 i 4 ,4 i5

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

1 9 1 ,1 1 9

342,128
1 8 ,4 5 6 ,8 2 3

_

933,980

1 9 , 0 6 5 ,4 0 1

DEBUS TO INDIVIDUAL ACCOUNTS BY BANKS IN EACH REPORTING CENTER
J in thousands of dollars)__________
TJeelt ending
Yfeek ending
June 5 ,1 929
June 5,1929
DISTRICT NO. 1 - BOSTON
DISTRICT NO. 2 - NE'7 YORK (Cont'd)
Bangor, Me.
3,487
Northern New Jersey
Boston, Mass.
^54,171
Clearing House Assn.
Brockton, Mass.
30,737
4,471
Passaic, N. J .
10,321
Fall River, Mass.
6,44s
Poughkeepsie, N. Y.
Hartford, Conn.
3,909
4 s ,6 0 6
Rochester, N. Y.
Holyoke, lias s.
47.355
Stamfcrd, Conn.
3,039
Lowell, Mass.
4,387
4,107
Syracuse, N. Y.
24,115
Lynn, Mass.
7,961
Manchester, N. H.
^ .5 5 3
DISTRICT NO. 3 - PHILADELPHIA
New Bedford, Mass.
6 ,4 5 5
Allentown, Pa.
New Haven, Conn.
9 .9 ^0
27,283
Altoona, Pa.
Portland, Me.
3,853
1 2 ,2 3 3
Camden, N . J .
14,027
Providence, R. 1 .
4 2 ,9 3 9
Chester, Pa.
5.750
Springfield, Mass.
2 0 ,1 9 9
Harrisburg, p a .
3,745
Waterbury, Conn.
12,731
Hazleton, Pa.
3 .0 6 l
Worcester, Mass.
17,434
Johnstown, Pa.
6,535
Lancaster, Pa.
3 ,1 2 5
DISTRICT NO. 2 - NEW YORK
Lebanon, Pa,
1,351
Albany, N. Y.
35,105
Norristown, Pa.
3.498
Binghamton, N . Y.
6 ,915
Philadelphia, Pa.
5 2 4 ,2 6 6
Buffalo, N. Y.
1 0 7 , o4o
Reading, Pa.
Elmira, N. Y.
11,039
4 ,3 5 7
Scranton, Pa.
14,200
Jamestown, N . Y.
5*696
Trenton, N. J .
19,038
Montclair, N . J .
7,4 i6
TJilkes-Earre, Pa.
9,636
Newark, N .J .
135,452
ITilliamsport, Pa.
5 .3 6 6
New York, N .Y .
9 ,5 7 4 ,1 1 1
Wilmington, Del.
1 6 ,5 6 4
York, Pa.

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5 ,630


DEBITS TO INDIVIDUAL ACCOUNTS BY BANKS IN EACH REPORTING CENTER
_________________
(in thousands of dollars)________________ ______ St. o22Qa
uCq's ending
Week ending
June 5 , 1 9 2 9
June 5, 1929
DISTRICT NO. 4 - CLEVELAND
Akron, Ohio
Butler, Pa.
Canton, Ohio
Cincinnati, Ohio
Cleveland, Ohio
Columbus, Ohio
Connellsville, Pa.
Dayton, Ohi o
Erie, Pa;
Franklin, Pa.
Greensburg, Pa.
Homestead, Pa.
Lexington, Ky.
Lima, Ohio
Lorain, Ohi o
Mi ddletown, Ohi o
Oil City, Pa.
Pittsburgh, Pa.
Springfield, Ohio
Steubenville, Ohio
Toledo, Ohio
’7arren, Ohio
wheeling, W. Va.
Youngstown, Ohio
Zanesville, Ohio

25,705
3.02S
11,9 82
9S,SS0
1S0.S03
—

92S
22,27S
2 ,3 4 l
1 ,3 6 2

5,249
1,131
5 ,267
3,679
1 ,4 o 3
3,117
4 ,670
2 2 4 ,S10
4,229
2,932
46,539
2 ,6 6 s
13,720
1 2 ,9 2 2
3 ,0 5 1

district no* 5 - Richmond
Asheville, N , C.
Baltimore, Md.
Charleston, S. C.
Charleston, W. Va.
Charlotte, N . C.
Columbia, S. C.
Cumberland, Md.
Danville, Va.
Durham, N . C.
Greensboro, N. C.
Greenville, S. C.
Hagerstown, Md.
Huntington, ft. 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 N0_, 6 - ATLANTA
Albany, Ga.
Atlanta, Ga.
Augusta, Ga.
Birmingham, Ala.
Brunswick, Ga.
Chattanooga, Tenn.
Columbus, Qa».
Dothan, Ala.
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1 0 ,6 2 1
2 9 ,6 5 1
6 ,1 0 0
9 .9 0 5
1 2 ,1 0 5
4 ,7 2 6
1 ,9 7 4
2 ,4 9 s

7,421
5,592
4 ,7 1 0
2 ,4 °7
4 ,6 io
4.2S6
2,b04
1 6 ,3 2 1

4 ,2 4 s
3 0 ,29s
2 ,1 3 0

3,56o
6 1 ,3 2 7

4 ,420
2 , o 44

.

74i

4 3 ,2 6 9

5,^45
3 3 ,ooo
900

.

l4 ,6 io
3,121
547

'D I S T R I C T NO. 0 - ATLANTA (Cont'd)
2l6
Elberton, Ga.
Hattiesburg, Hiss.
1 .3 1 4
Jackson, Miss.
5,213
Jacksonville, Fla.
16,633
2 ,9 1 6
Knoxville, Tenn.
Macon, Ga.
4,057
3,245
Meridian, Hiss.
Miami, Fla.
7.732
Mobile, Ala.
7,237
Montgomery, A la.
6 ,3 2 0
22,143
Nashville, Tenn.
Herman, Ga.
337
New Orleans, La.
7 6 ,1 2 3
2 ,0 2 1
Pensacola, Fla.
9 ,7 6 2
Savannah, Ga.
Tampa, Fla.
2 ,594
Valdosta, Ga.
1 ,3 0 0
Vicksburg, Miss.
1 ,5 6 1
DISTRICT NO* 7 - CHICAGO
Adrian, Mich.
Aurora, 111.
Battle Creek, Mich.
Eay City, Mich.
Bloomington, 1 1 1 .
Cedar Rapids, la.
Champaiga-Urbana, 1 1 1 .
Chicago, 1 1 1 .
Danville, 1 1 1 .
Davenport, la.
j
Decatur, 1 1 1 .
Des Moines, Iowa
Detroit, Mich.
Dubuque, Iowa
F lint, Mich.
Fort Wayne, Ind.
Gary, Ind.
Grand Rapids, Mich.
Green Bay, jifis.
Hammond, Ind.
Indianapolis, Ind.
Jackson, Mich.
Kalamazoo, Mich.
Lansing, Mich.
Mason City, la.
Milwaukee, Tfis.
Moline, 111.
Muscatine, la.
Oshkosh, ’Tis.
Peoria, 1 1 1 .
Rockford, 1 1 1 .
Saginaw, Mich.
Sheboygan, ’”is .
Sioux City, Iowa
South Bend, Ind.
Springfield, 1 1 1 .
Terre Haute, Ind.
Waterloo, Iowa

1,517
5 ,0 9 2

5,421
2 ,6 7 0

4,379
9,427
3 ,150
1 ,1 2 3,39 0
4,921
1 1 ,9 0 6

4,717
1 2 ,7 3 2
2 5 2 ,4 9 2

3 .2 4 2
1 2 ,3 6 2

11.737
5,091
20,643
3 ,6 6 2

3,752
52,572
5,920
6.331
1 0 ,9 2 5
3 ,2 0 0
6 0 ,9 6 4
3 ,7 0 2
1 ,1 6 9
3 ,0 0 0
1 4 ,2 2 5

9,499
6 ,7 0 4
3 ,4 3 4
15,049
10.974
7 ,6 1 5

4 ,i 6 4
5,635

DEBITS TO INDIVIDUAL ACCOUNTS B'/ B A IK ^ IK EACH REPORTING- CBiTSR
(In thousands of dollars)________________
St. 6220b
./oe] ending
Week ending
June 5, 1923
June 5 , 1 9 2 9
DISTRICT NO. g - ST. LOUIS
East St, Louis and N a t' 1 .
Stock Yards, 1 1 1 ,
14,207
'Eldorado, Ark.
1 ,6 1 2
Evansville, Ind.
6 ,9 1 4
Fort Smith, Ark.
3 ,030
Greenville, Miss.
796
Helena, Ark.
994
Little Rock, Ark.
15,7 74
Louisville, Ky.
47,340
Memphis, Tenn.
35,07s
Owensboro, Ky.
1 ,3 5 0
Pine B lu ff, Ark.
2 ,4 3 6
Quincy, 111.
3.2S0
St. Louis, Mo.
301,597
Sedalia, Mo.
1,327
Springfield, Mo.
4 ,4 2 5
Texarkana,Ark.(See also Tex.)
1 ,1 9 4
DISTRICT NO. 9 - MINNEAPOLIS
Aberdeen, S. D,
B illin g s, Mont.
Dickinson, N. D.
Duluth., Minn.
Fargo, N. D.
Grand Forks, N. D.
Helena, Mont.
Jamestovm, IT. D.
La Crosse, Wis.
Minneapolis, Minn.
Minot, N. D.
Red wing, Minn.
St. Paul, Minn.
Sioux Falls, S. D.
South St. Paul, Minn.
Superior, Wis.
Winona, Minn.
DISTRICT NO. 10 - KANSAS CITY
Albuquerque, N .M .
Atchi son, Kans.
Bartlesville, Okla.
Casper, Wyo.
Cheyenne, Wyo.
Colorado Springs, Colo.
Denver, Col.,.
Enid, Okla.
Fremont, Neb.
Grand Junction, Colo.
Guthrie, Okla.
Hutchinson, Kans.
Independence, Kans.
Joplin, Mo.
Kansas City, Kans.
Kansas City, Mo.
Lawrence, Kans.
Lincoln, Neb,
Muskogee, Okla.
Oklahoma City, Okla.

Note.

2 , o 46
2,257
427

3 o ,346
4,357
l.S d l
2 ,1 9 3
603

3 ,325
1 1 2 ,9 4 9

1,82b
883
37,755
4 ,817
6 ,7 9 0
1,725
1,657

2 ,9 6 7

1,24-9
3,838
1,521
1 ,5 3 0

4,103
44,816
3,739
1 ,2 3 2
691

682
3,321
2 ,374
3 ,0 2 2
4 ,4 l5
109,81
I
1 ,2 0 2
8 ,7 1 0
2 ,5 7 6

26,463

DtSffiRlCfr NQ;.\ip - KANSAS CITY (Cont’ d)
Okmulgee, Okla.
1,449
Omaha, Neb.
46,582
Parsons, Kans.
94s
Pittsburg, Kans.
1,383
Pueblo, Colo,
4 ,124
St. Joseph, Mo.
13,720
Topeka, Kans.
4 ,672
Tulsa, Okla.
30,924
Wichita, Kans.
15,479
DISTRICT NO. 1 1 - DALLAS
Abilene, Tex.
Austin, Tex,
Beaumont, Tex.
Corsicana, Tex.
Dallas, Tex.
El Paso, Tex.
Ft. Worth, Tex.
Galveston, Tex.
Houston, Tex.
Port Arthur, Tex.
Roswell, N.M.
San Antonio, Tex.
Shreveport, La.
Texarkana, Tex.
( See also A’r k .)
Tucson, A riz,
Waco, Tex.
Wichita Falls, Tex.

1 ,9 2 8

5,423
1,183
47,519
9,008
25,052
8 ,4 9 0

43,865
2,396
980
2 6 ,6 8 6

6,997
2 ,1 6 s
3 ,0 5 2
4,178
5,350

DISTRICT NO. 1 2 - SAN FRANCISCO ■
Bakersfield, C alif.
2 ,6 7 7
Bellingham, Wash.
2 ,2 7 6
Berkeley, C alif.
4 ,9 0 s
Boise, Idaho
2 ,9 0 9
Eugene, Ore.
1 ,49s
Everett, Wash.
2,822
Fresno, C alif.
7,153
Lon^ Beacrii, C al.
14,474
Los Angeles, Cal,
2 4 1 ,9 7 2
Oakland, Cal,
63,037
Ogden, Utah
3,706
Pasadena, Cal.
8,835
Phoenix, A riz.
1 0 ,1 2 1
Portland, Ore.
4i,oo6
Reno, Nev.
2 ,6 3 9
R itzv ille, Wash.
228
Sacramento, C alif.
11,523
Salt Lake City, Utah
1 7 ,0 1 8
San Bernardino, C alif.
1,071
San Diego, C alif.
1 1 ,8 1 7
San Francisco, C alif.
273,890•
San Jose, C alif.
5,898
Santa Barbara, C alif.
3,547
Seattle, Wash.
55,984
Spokane, Wash,
14,267
Stockton, C alif,
7 ,6 9 4
Tacoma, Wash,
10,818
Yakima, Wash.
3 ,417

Bank debits for week .1 fending May 2 9 , I 9 2 9 , not previously reported:
Dickinson, N . D . , 376; Beaumont, Texas, 5>700.

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