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BOARD OF GOVERNORS OF THE FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM
G.6

(ftir Immediate Release)

March 10, 1950

BANK DEBITS—DEBITS TO DEPOSIT ACCOUNTS EXCEPT INTERBANK ACCOUNTS
Bank debits as reported by banks in 333 leading centers for the month of
February aggregated 96,231 million dollars. During the past three months total
debits for the same centers amounted to 321,07% million dollars or 1 per cent
above the total reported for the corresponding period a year ago. At banks in
New York City there was an increase of 3 per cent compared with the corresponding
three-months period a year ago, and at the 332 other centers there was a slight decrease.
SUMMARY BY FEDERAL RESERVE DISTRICTS
(in millions of dollars)
Federal Reserve district
Boston
New York
Philadelphia
Cleveland
Richmond
Atlanta
Chicago
St. Louis
Minneapolis
Kansas City
Dallas
San Francisco

February
1950

February
1949

3 months ended —
Feb. 1950 1 Feb. 1949

3,948
38,871
4,111
6,180
3,637
3,921
14,201
2,915
1,957
3,635
3,782
9,074

Total, 333 centers
New York City*
140 other centers*
192 other centers

3,737
35,051
3,855
6,217
3,524
3,712
13,386
2,856
1,842
3,477
3,505
8,688

13,434
130,913
14,054
20,701
12,281
12,926
46,393
9,848
6,402
12,044
12,660
29,417

13,059
126,975
13,369
21,711
12,038
12,511
47,686
9,998
6,551
12,068
12,275
29,077

96,231
35,727
50,546
9,958

89,850
31,982
48,198
9,669

321,074
120,470
167,416
33,187

317,319
116,606
167,563
33,150

DEBITS BY BANKS IN EACH REPORTING CENTER
(In thousands of dollars)
February
1950
DISTRICT NO. 1 - BOSTON
Hartford*
Conn.
li
New Haven*
ft
New London
If
Waterbury*
Bangor*
Maine
ff
Lewiston-Auburn
It
Portland
Boston*
Mass*
1!
Brockton
ft
Fall River*
If
Holyoke*
ft
Lowell*
II
Lynn
ff
New Bedford*
ff
Pittsfield
ff
Springfield
ft
Worcester*
Concord
N.H.
ff
Manchester
Providence*
R.I.
Burlington
Vt.

464,505
166,529
19,686
51,875
35,866
23,877
67,389
2,196,745
37,898
42,462
32,564
29,393
45,322
45,818
27,726
138,447
122,498
22,227
40,942
313,429
22,486

February
1949

425,294
166,042
18,680
56,775
35,649
23,543
66,356
2,088,407
35,267
39,642
26,483
24,975
38,068
43,546
27,482
131,697
122,836

21,201

40,474
282,189
22,369

3 months ended —
Feb. 1950

Feb. 1949

1,559,088
568,682
66,722
177,061
117,122
80,320
225,903
7,527,178
126,218
139,812
99,081
98,184
150,779
148,865
97,891
465,557
423,104
72,632
144,372
1,068,828
77,008

1,420,834
576,295
63,134
190,394
126,989
84,907
• 237,669
7,350,214
118,240
131,577
92,475
89,096
129,962
148,110
97,348
463,011
428,941
71,454
142,615
1,016,948
78,897

^Included in the national series covering l4l centers, available beginning in 1919



6.6a

DEBITS BY BANKS IN BACH REPORTING CENTER
(In thousands of dollars)
February
1950

DISTRICT NO. 2 - NEW YORK
Conn,
Bridgeport
f
f
Stamford
N.J.
Jersey City
t
l
Montclair
Newark
Passaic*
Paterson
Albany*
N.Y.
If
Binghamton*
Buffalo*
Elmira
Jamestown
New York*
Poughkeepsie
Rochester*
Schenectady
Syracuse*
Utica
DISTRICT NO. 3 - PHILADELPHIA
Wilmington*
Del.
Atlantic City
N.J.
I
I
Camden
I
I
Trenton*
Pa.
Allentown
I
I
Altoona*
I
I
Bethlehem
I
I
Chester*
I
I
Harrisburg
II
Hazleton
I
I
Johnstown
I
I
Lancaster*
I
I
Lebanon
I
I
Norristown
I
I
Philadelphia*
I
I
Reading
I
I
Scranton*
I
I
Wilkes-Barre*
It
Williamsport*
I
I
York*
DISTRICT NO. 4 - CLEVELAND
Ky.
Covington-Newport
I
I
Lexington*
Ohio
Akron*
Canton
Cincinnati
Cleveland*
Columbus*
Dayton*
Hamilton
Lima
Lorain
Mansfield
Middletown
Portsmouth
Springfield*
Steubenville
Toledo*
Warren
Youngstovn*
Zanesville



120,21a
53,001
255,741
30,370
69k,175
75,859

124,708
515,193

56,156

489,490
28,UU3
29,041
35,727,3U6
36,355
281,059
61,729
196,812
62,689

247,339
41,674
116,673
160,949
65,787
25,424
31.459
37.429
94,780
23,929
35,039

68,700

15,529
25,568
2,820,749
79,251
81,917
53,115
24,187
61,005
35.430
68,096
203,089
95,729
819,900
1,541,302
494,482
204,992
34,217
36,375
14.460
37,568
33,617

17,682

40,808
19,561
303,545
32,981
137,349
22,704

February
1949
126,949
50,673
302,179
27,840
663,083
.79,642
120,536
467,572
56,933
478,416
28,013
28,656
31,982,449
35,805
290,431
69,556

181,116
61,173

214,941
39,145
104,4o6
154,340
61,207
24,647
30,284
38,072
95,225
26,177
38,519
55,375
17,477
24,922
2,633,430
77,580
74,384
57,912
22,606
64,041

36,902

3 months ended —
Feb. 1950
405,407

170,210

875,910
10b,370
2,328,6k5
248.923
417,795
1,689,499
185,246
1,651,960
94,764
101,195
120,470,381
123.257
945,118
223,790
660,271
216,384

921,718
140,029
378,888
513,665
218,919
81,038

107,106

125,692
314,115
82,684
114,522
209,147
52,244
86,129
9,688,091
276,129
281,365

181,360
79,562

201,968

20,012

118,147
276,354
677,772
306.960
2,644,421
5,340,316
1,615,153
691.961
115.924
123,035
49,350
124,072
109,999
58,224
133,744
65,197

305,425
35,133
131,444
22,952

449.258
74,722

90,230
196,866

101,321

786,983
1,539,557
474,415
203,330
32,751
37,961
16,516
38,018
29,115
17,794
39,315

1,026,620
108,021

Feb. 1949
445,757
174,844
975,914
91,297
2,285,173
275.555
384,582
1,470,746
185,582
1,677,284
97,452
106,515
116,606,069
117,835
976,930
237,163
649,284
217,495
849,483
136,612
351,847
509,274
231,322
84,619
101,041
129,468
312,436
86,990
128,422

186,168
59,049

87,020

9,068,139
267.556
268,687
207,733
78,285
225,272

119,195
363.492
683,726
355.493
2,685,357
5,617,272
1,595,030
691,912
113,342
127,350
57,033
125,547
99,607
63,328
134,966
70,252
1,077,761
118,883
462,169
76,989

G.6b
DEBITS BY B A M S IN EACH REPORTING CENTER
(111 thousands of dollars)
February
1950
DISTRICT NO. 4 - CLEVELAND (Cont'd)
Butler
Pa.
25,165
i
t
Erie*
76,718
1
1
Franklin
5,631
f
t
Greensburg*
16,795
I
I
Oil City*
Ik,573
1
1
Pittsburgh*
1,769,231
l
l
Sharon
23,728
Wheeling*
W.Va.
51,753
DISTRICT NO. 5 - RICHMOND
Washington
D.C.
676,990
Baltimore*
884,415
Md.
I
I
Cumberland
18,834
I
I
Frederick
15,713
I
I
Hagerstown
22,984
Asheville
N.C.
43,092
I
I
Charlotte*
234,606
I
I
Durham
63,486
I
I
Greensboro
70,907
I
I
Kinston
12,370
I
I
Raleigh*
113,082
I
I
Wilmington
30,009
I
I
Wilson
14,292
I
I
Winston-Salem
115,321
60,038
Charleston
s.c.
I
I
Columbia*
93,201
I
I
Greenville*
78,263
I
I
Spartanburg
46,050
Charlotte sville
22,047
Va.
1
1
Danville
21,899
1
1
Lynchburg
33,596
1
1
Newport News
24,197
H
Norfolk*
187,956
H
18,625
Portsmouth
I
I
424,286
Richmond*
I
I
Roanoke
80,355
Bluefield
30,991
W.Va.
1
1
104,302
Charleston
1
1
Clarksburg
23,317
1
1
49,802
Huntington
1
1
Parkersburg
21,520
DISTRICT NO. 6 - ATLANTA
Anniston
18,722
Ala.
I
I
289,188
Birmingham*
I
I
11,891
Dothan
I
I
Gadsden
17,934
I
I
Mobile*
114,547
I
I
Montgomery*
69,890
Jacksonville*
280,145
Fla.
I
I
Miami
265,906
I
I
Orlando
64,303
I
I
Pensacola*
31,774
1
1
St. Petersburg
63,788
I
I
Tampa*
139,807




February
1949
27,779
75,446
6,730
18,330
16,968
1,839,857
25,476
50,586
668,049
831,293
18,181
15,648
23,424
41,789
214,765
76,329
69,657
12.735

108,318
27,768
12,830
103,803
53,877
83,384
70,739
42,363
19,299
21,774
32,013
28,265
156,509
17.736
427,929
78,264
40,706
124,042
25,852
53,119
23,194
20,172
292,341

11,918

16,617
117,765
65,049
253,689
250,474
48,793
30,136
56,789

118,212

3 months ended —
Feb. 1950

Feb. 1949

8b,039
250,263
18,551

262,980
22,918

56,826

50,937
5,858,383
78,125
195,039
2,284,828
2,923,707
64,527
51,475
80,865
149,859
780,179
231,049
235,752
39,649
371,617
92,865
46,452
402,001
182,417
302,976
253,416
148,882
69,790
80,925
119,135
84,237
633,599
62,673
1,440,302
275,436

121,238

409,251
89,506

178,130
74,128

63,641
1,009,636
40,207
58,678
371,061
232,179
892,462
814,797
198,090
110,327
199,730
450,499

94,138

63,398
57,030
6,299,438
86,644
185,470
2,192,356
2,885,820
59,980
50,654
80,027
148,590
702,306
253,170
227,729
41,057
336,377
93,808
45,719
352,154
178,890
275,781
243,940
143,355
67,417
77,946
115,821
98,638
559,904
62,778
1,478,090
277,229
150,7U
463,613
96,914
193,534
83,344
69,255
1,000,627
41,490

57,222

407,415
225,509
817,977
801,055
160,687
102,412
178,901
383,463

G.6c
DEBITS BY B A M S IN EACH REPORTING CENTER
(in thousands of dollars)
February
1950
DISTRICT NO. 6 - ATLANTA (Cont'd)
Albany
Ga.
ft
Atlanta*
t«
Augusta*
It
Brunswick
It
Columbus
ft
Elberton
ft
Macon*
tt
Newnan
tt
Savannah*
tt
Valdosta
Baton Rouge
La.
tt
Lake Charles
tt
New Orleans*
Hattiesburg
Miss
tt
Jackson
tt
Meridian
tt
Vicksburg*
Chattanooga*
Tenn
It
Knoxville*
tt
Nashville*
DISTRICT NO. 7 - CHICAGO
Aurora
111
It
Bloomington*
tt
Charapaign-Urbana
it
Chicago*
11
Danville
tt
Decatur*
it
Elgin
tt
Joliet
it
Moline
tt
Peoria*
it
Rockford*
it
Springfield
Fort Wayne*
Ind
it
Gary
it
Hammond
tt
Indianapolis*
it
Lafayette
Muncie
South Bend*
Terre Haute

20,000#
778,384
50,646
7,895
50,666
3,339
52,905
8,158
79,153
10,667
96,851
32,966
647,957
16,582
132,665
23,472
22,021
128,677
96,600
294,183
29,572
35,408
35,289
7,397,435
28,360
53,384
20,468
34,157
24,658
141,211
83,381
61,055
103.689
51,578
29,412
549,783
35,707
30,231

181.690
57,658

February
1949

3 months ended —
Feb. 1950

Feb. 1949

21,359
744,600
49,382
7,635
45,105
3,136
51,424
7,848
75,062
10,669
96,040
32,270
633,793
14,825
121,836
22,192
21,051
124,979
96,764
249,974

72,125
2,543,612
169,108
26,681
165,948
11,128
181,887
27,898
259,052
35,021
319,673
110,409
2,143,084
52,183
433,438
75,343
73,212
456,679
359,550
968,588

69,298
2,510,920
171,891
26,727
154,672

29, W S
35,424
32,998
6,779,890
27.047
54,869
19,337
35.048
24,812
147,689
81,562
62,587
93,752
50,730
27,867
552,590
33,966
31,727
178,442
57,901

99,501
115,034

103,093
119,171
1U>390
24,702,485
96,670
193,177
69.161
117,962
81,317
489,865
286,719
216,607
351,449
174,531
97.162

110,688

24,173,859
95,460
183,819
68,092
111,896
80,931
461,711
273,370
203,909
346,144
172,766
95,768
1,834,794
116,005
102,148
558,571
191,918

11,222

175,863
27,236
264,766
35,986
318,222
108,610
2,083,825
48,525
421,141
76,606
77,937
446,174
366,106

869,328

1,922,300
114,047
110,156
597,376
204,657

# Estimated
r/ Revised figures
& 7.
Sioux Falls. South Dakota: January 1950, 617863; Abilene, Texas: January
1950, 59t9=9-. Figures for Sioux Falls and Abilene include debits of an
additional bank. Previously published figures have not been revised, but
totals for 1949 would be increased by approximately 4 per cent in Sioux
Falls and 10 per cent in Abilene.
Dallas, Texas: January 1950, 1,139,997.
Houston, Texas: January 1950, 1,085,405.




G.6d
DEBITS BY BANKS IN EACH REPORTING CENTER
(In thousands of dollars)
February
1950
DISTRICT NO. 7 - CHICAGO (Cont'd)
Burlington
Iowa
15,778
Cedar Rapids*
"
6k,352
Clinton
"
11,151
Davenport*
"
56,157
Des Moines*
"
235,60k
Dubuque*
"
36,197
Mason City
"
23,792
Muscatine
"
8,988
Ottumwa
"
25,3kO
"
Sioux City*
129,153
Waterloo*
"
52,327
Adrian
Mich.
12,8k3
I
I
Battle Creek
36,98k
Bay City*
27,5kk
Detroit*
2,87k,521
Flint*
82,315
Grand Rapids*
16k, 032
Jackson
k2,l56
Kalamazoo*
57,2k3
Lansing*
71,391
Muskegon
kl,l58
Port Huron
22,886
Saginaw
57,k6k
Green Bay
Wis.
k7,821
Madison
"
91,229
Manitowoc
"
18,582
Milwaukee*
"
79k,89k
Oshkosh
"
21,695
Racine
"
k9,626
Sheboygan
"
kO,503
DISTRICT NO. 8 - ST. LOUIS
El Dorado
Ark.
19,kl9
Fort Smith
33,3k3
Helena
"
5,8k0
Little Rock*
"
112,130
Pine Bluff
22,5k0
Texarkana
"
8,980
(See also Tex.)
Alton
20,30k
111.
East St. Louis &
Nat'1 Stock Yards
89,k88
Quincy
25,93k
Evansville*
Ind.
10k,892
Louisville*
Ky.
k6l,755
I
I
Owensboro
32,592
Paducah
12,866
Greenville
Miss.
18,975
Cape Girardeau
Mo.
9,805
Hannibal
7,k56
Jefferson City
"
k2,097
St. Louis*
"
1,318,815
Sedalia
"
9,112
Springfield
k6,310
Jackson
Tenn.
16,078
Memphis*
"
k95,882




February
1949
15,985
62,4l8
14,896
57,774
219,529
35,841
24,486
9,872

29,080
123,062

3 months ended —
Feb. 1950
53,539
217,715
k8,503
187,587

811,203

122,0k3
8k,212
32,363

86,816

Feb. 1949
56,469
218,307
50,497
203,739
771,326
124,432
92,031
43,364
99,109
432,071
175,376
40,695

53,885
73,112
45,469
22,797
58,360
48,649
85,542
20,631
778,300
22,997
58,516
40,029

k21,671
17k,155
kO,355
122,167
88,k92
9,219,338
256,369
520.276
13k,000
193,760
230,519
136,56k
75,337
191,077
152,66k
300,328
62,125
2,665,325
72,257
161,293
13k,3k8

18,651
32,258
7,159
105,849
24,068
8,721

67,k52
113,738
22,125
368,299
8k,k0k
31,591

66,081
114,449
27,928
364,413
89,760
29,837

21,371

70,153

71,764

93,431
24,932
91,133
477,813
29,302
12,854

299,319
8k,693
328.277
l,5k3,585
llk,8k5
k2,7k9

9,506
6,276
40,021
1,299,750
8,568
44,488
15,320
464,858

32,6k2
2k,2k8
138,75k
k,k59,7k0
29,239
152,870
56,385
1,711,736

331,378
84,460
325,504
1,547,164
94,019
44,768
75,315
34,485
21,953
161,752
4,580,764
28,729
153,861
53,777
1,696,060

49,707
11,889
35,614
27,794
2,737,037
73,421
153,718

38,222

20,108

71,300

123,388

93,902
9,544,656
239,254
525,784
135,633
196,756
242,252
160,585
76,664
200,591
159,941
296,071
67,804
2,742,499
76,441

200,320
137,025

G.6e

DEBITS BY BANKS IN EACH REPORTING CENTER
(In thousands of dollars)
February
1950

DISTRICT NO. 9 - MINNEAPOLIS
Duluth*
Minn.
tt
Mankato
ft
Minneapolis*
ft
Red Wing
ft
Rochester
t»
St. Cloud
II
St. Paul*
ft
South St. Paul
tl
Winona
Billings*
Mont.
ft
Butte
tl
Great Falls
It
Helena*
Bismarck
N.Dak.
tf
Dickinson
It
Fargo*
It
Grand Forks*
ft
Jamestown
ft
Minot
S.Dak.
Aberdeen*
>
It
Sioux Falls£/
Wis.
Eau Claire
ft
La Crosse
11
Superior*
DISTRICT NO. 10 - KANSAS CITY
Colo.
Colorado Springs*
tl
Denver*
tf
Grand Junction
tl
Greeley
tl
Pueblo*
Kans.
Atchison
tl
Emporia
ft
Hutchinson
If
Independence
tl
Kansas City*
ft
Lawrence
ft
Pittsburg
It
Salina
It
Topeka*
tf
Wichita*
Mo.
Joplin*
II
Kansas City*
It
St. Joseph*
Neb.
Fremont
ft
Grand Island
ft
Lincoln
It
Omaha*
N.M,
Albuquerque*
Okla.
Bartlesville*
ft
Enid
II
Guthrie
II
Muskogee*
tt
Oklahoma. City*
ft
Okmulgee
tf
Tulsa*
Wyo.
Casper
tl
Cheyenne
r/

February
1949

76,210
16,708
866,341
4,584
19,451
10,833
443,476
69,809
13,331
37,032
38,325
40,752
29,565
38,439
4,093
60,532
19,832
4,956
13,619
23,836
61,863
25,220
26,541
12,072

83,420
16,124
834,889
4,079
18,127
10,069
389,276
60,927
13,586
34,625
37,944
34,078
20,554
40,101
4,248
59,151
18,522
5,466
13,896
19,557

36,181
449,882
11,958
19,444
34,413
8,001
9,059
32,810
6,136
56,226
9,513
12,039
28,014
81,815
227,644
23,469
895,128
84,702
14,629
19,846
72,093
415,073
85,866
133,710
32,909
3,811
21,715
306,058
4,261
445,948
26,101
26,191

32,859
408,457
10,957
16,241
33,722
12,750
7,705

6l,86l
23,642
27,342
10,988

35,222

6,019
63,896
9,018
10,320
28,207
80,005
192,266
23,551
886,526

79,122

14,123
17,538
69,996
399,090
69,640
133,498

28,322

3,278
19,113
268,041
6,124
461,435
24,446
25,023

See footnote on page c regarding revised figures#




3 months ended —
Feb. 1950

Feb, 19^9

266,310
56,326
2,857,342
15,566
64,238
36,800
1,430,995
228,218
47,665
124,745
130,875
128,606

312,073
56,627
2,925,495
14,869

113,379
16,134
186,645
61,519
17,715
48,693
74,693
202,472
80,980
89,498
36,830

110,622

86,010

118,019
1,465,866
40,320
60,641
116,294
28,433
31,725
112,789

20,122

201,073
31,318
36,104
93,438
289,139
707,615
75,838
3,017,933
281,755
47,368
66,718
232,531
1,386,768
281,525
396,516
110,640
12,855
77,650
1,000,343
18,013
1,509,324
84,857
90,259

61,200

36,764
1,409,725
255,539
49,485
120,057
129,549
128,972
69,759

17,626
210,614
65,300
19,046
52,998
77,718
212,684
84,061
93,365

37,182

114,456
1,427,473
38,666
53,242
117,398
42,462
28,315
135,196
20,410
206,640
30,901
35,863

101,366

261,431
688,330
81,452
3,157,348
297,656
47,585
58,650

228,205

1,390,179
237,536

398,801

108,899
12,129
72,514
906,224
20,277
1,574,062
87,747
86,290

G.6f

DEBITS BY BANKS IN EACH REPORTING CENTER
February
1950

DISTRICT NO. 11 - DALLAS
Ariz.
Tucson*
La.
Monroe
1
1
Shreveport*
N.M.
Roswell /
Tex.
Abilene —'
f
t
Amarillo
II
Austin*
II
Beaumont*
II
Corpus Christ!
II
Corsicana,
II
Dallas* zf
II
El Paso*
II
Fort Worth*
It
Galveston ,
II
Houston* £/
II
Laredo
1
1
Lubbock
1
1
Port Arthur
II
San Angelo
II
San Antonio
II
Texarkana*
(See also Ark.)
11
Tyler
II
Waco*
II
Wichita Falls
SAN FRANCISCO
DISTRICT NO. 12
Ariz.
Phoenix
Calif.
Bakersfield
11
Berkeley
f
l
Fresno*
II
Long Beach*
II
Los Angeles*
II
Oakland*
n
Pasadena*
1
1
Riverside
1
1
Sacramento*
1
1
San Bernardino
»
San Diego*
1
1
San Francisco*
1
1
San Jose
1
1
Santa Barbara
1
1
Santa Rosa
1
1
Stockton*
Idaho
Boise*
Nev.
Reno*
Ore.
Eugene
11
Portland*
II
Salem
Utah
Ogden*
II
Salt Lake City*
Wash.
Bellingham
II
Everett
II
Seattle*
II
Spokane*
II
Tacoma*
Ih
Walla Walla
II
Yakima*

r/

February
1949

54,077
32,730
127,037
16,234
39,296
93,819
119,387
92,025
85,346
9,017
1,034,758
134,157
305,189
60,785
983,159
16,629
87,951
32,181
31,072
258,573
13,905

56,451
31,422
120,257
11,800
29,839
76,018
117,603
93,481
66,972
8,968
924,118
120,244
269,498
62,763
1,026,137
16,117
54,646
33,788
24,217
215,389
12,302

38,867
57,166
53,187
190,897
87,596
74,608
126,375
165,304
2,851,405
379,374
101,797
33,913
583,174
48,811
227,276
2,214,790
100,409
36,301
22,217
51,830
68,281
35,867
35,842
436,076
62,261
52,374
193,126
15,951
22,361
567,816
126,208
110,443
18,612
33,402

Feb. 1950

Feb. 1949

169,216

182,984
110,253
426,057
45,031
99,339
262,229
388,404
300,780

113.552
442,949
51,299

122,962

298,927
416,048
304,824
257,905
34,243
3,517*076
458,309
1,051,427
205,984
3,2 20,007
51,344
306,843
102,570

228,280

832,405
45,697

33,942
3,365,677
402,045
981,935
227,995
3,536,960
53,576
197,894
108,865
85,433
744,542
44,979

36,181
45,791
50,623

129,747
169,802
184.362

125,991
148,128
173,976

176,908
92,164
74,890
118,425
151,740
2,739,735
379,189
95,888
33,779
516,624
43,759
210,662
2,077,802
96,713
31,655
20,704
51,411
62,554
43,266
35,392
443,935
48,674
41,783
187,599
15,795
23,417
576,041
127,021
115,432
18,014
37,455

630,620

607,459
311,172
252,529
402,807
489,486
9,197,666
1,258,047
317,844
107,876
1,357,633
141,625
703,108
7,024,170
332,340

See footnote on page c regarding revised figures.




3 months ended —

102,888

346,450
251,302
459,467
517,521
9,380,387
1,210,025
333,180
111,269
1,527,786
151,922
705,832
7,064,719
333.553
115,236
72,980
173,146
238,089
133,561
131,552
1,491,561
177,634
161,497
667,109
57,807
77,411
1,900,716
438,189
376.363
66,832
112,849

107,206

72,517
181,979

222,366

169,874
134,646
1,581,302
159,075
168,913
681,911
60,699
81,180
1,930,995
438,149
389,361
64,782
128,112