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STATEMENT FOR THE PRESS
Released for publication
.
S t.1842
• Sunday morning, March 1 3 ;
Federal Reserve Board
net earlier.
March 1 2 , 1 ' 2 1 .
9
BANK DEBITS
-Aggregate debits to individual account, as reported by 1 £
5>
of t.- country’ s leading cleai’ing house centers for the week end­
e
ing Iiarch 9, 1921, were 7,443 millions, compared with S, 574 mil­
lions for the week before, the reduction for the week amounting
to 1,131 millions, or 13 per cent. Most of the large centers
show smaller figures of debits for the cost recent week, but in­
creases are reported for the banks in Dallas, San Francisco and
Los Angeles.
. ..
ccr-pared. with the corresponding week in 1520, debits to
ivid.uai account for the week under review are snaller by 1 , 4-33
millions, or lb per cent. Smaller totals are reported for all
i> e eading centers, except those on the Pacific Coast.
n

DEBITS TO INDIVIDUAL ACCOUNT AT CLEARING HOUSE BANKS
SUMT iA Y BY FEDERAL RESERVE DISTRICTS
v R
Federal
r mber of:
«u
__ ___________ leek ___ snding
,
Reserve
centers
Marcl: 0 >
__ District
j
March 2, 1921 : Marcn 10,1920
inclu led
Ho. 1 Boston
2 New York
3 Philadelphia
4 Cleveland
5 Richmond
6 Atlanta
/ Chicago
2 St, Louis
9 Minneapolis
10 Kansas City
11 Dallas
12 San Francisco
Total

l4
7

12

14
7
15
23
5

12
16

331,616
3,287,516
353,4o4
445,053
l4g , 892

126,665
204,335
176 , 33c

20

121,999
244,419
155,227
497,225

132

7,443,376

13

(In tnov. sands of dollars)
r
391,362
434,257
4,597,554
4,597,233
425. 440
321,354
549,74i
519,153
154,072
>75,090
212 , 91 b
254,717
1,025,033
1,114,303
196,949
230, 4io
i42,i44
156,432
_

-

rH

262,110

132.441
503,257

316,075
157,132
509,375

2,574,023

3,276,731

REPORTING CENTERS BY FEDERAL RESERVE DISTRICTS
(In thousands of dollars)
DISTRICT No. 1 - BOSTON
Bangor
3,532
2,462
,
3,725
Boston
(*218, 720) 283,522 ,
( * 244, 029) 317,830
272,910
Fall River
5,215
6,154
9,014
Hartford
20,399
24,072
26,923
Holyoke
2,715
3,478
3,081
Lowell
2,232
4,124
4,129
Mancnester
3,906
4,410
4,243
New Bedford
4,230
5,634
7,608
New Haven
1 , 61s
19,617
16,624
Portland
7,627
7,730
6,292
Providence
27,619
32,626
36,943
Springfield
13,273
• 14,422
16,374
Waterbury
5,552
5,613
5,206
’’■'orcester
13,766
1 5 , 6bS
1 6 , 44s
)ISTRICT No. 2 - NEW YORK
Albany
£9,772
27,281
15,772
Binghamton
3,844
3,912
3,9^0
Buffalo
50,966
, 67,136
,
57 , 694
New York
3,759,943
4,446,813
4,473,374
Passaic
4,o46
4,510
5,4li
Rochester
26,500
32,969
26,521
Syracuse
12,445
14,362
14,495
■i\ * Debits
of banks which submitted reports in 1920



St.:
DEBITS TO INDIVIDUAL ACCOUNT AT CLE/R'fNG HOUSE PANKS
:
W3ek sndin^
:
March 9 *1921 .:
~2,~'l9i ;1 : March 10, lc
(In thousands of dollars)
DISTRICT No. 3 - PHILADELPHIA
Altoona
2, S40
3,125
3,551
*,736
Chester
*,5S9
4,424
1,722
Karri sour g
7,150
6,103
Johns town
U,9c'5
3,309
5,8*7
*,907
Lancaster
•4,32*
5,035
Philadelphia
281,081
31*,912
3 * 8,095
Reading
5,581
6, 281
Scranton
1*,300
1 6 , 19 *
1 5 ,H 3
Trenton
10,500
11,578
11,367
Wilkes-Barr e
8,294
7,5*5
8,275
Williamsport
4,191
*, * 5*
2,765
Wilmington
8,386
8,516
7, *76
York
3,663
3,939
3, *97
DISTRICT No. * - CLEVELAND
Akron
Cincinnati
Cleveland
Columbus
Dayton
Erie
Greensburg
Lexington
Oil City
Pi ttscrurgh
Springfield
Toledo
Wheeling
Youngstown
DISTRICT No. 5 - RICHMOND
Baltimore
Charleston
Charlotte
Columbia
Sreenville
Hunt ingt on
Norfolk
Raleigh
Ricnmond'
Washington
Wilmington
ISTRICT No, 6 - ATLANTA
Atlanta
Augusta
B irmingham
Chattanooga
Jacksonville
Knoxville
Macon
Mobile
Montgomery
Nashville
New Orleans
Pensacola
Savannah
Tampa
Vicksburg




1 2 , *£7
58,675
1 1 3 , 16 s
26,455
13,*27
6,120

1 *, 0*0
63,769
129,013
28, 0O0

26,351
58 , 89c
1 * 4,981

13,175

12,462
6,806
*, 1 *5
1 2 , 6#*
2,673
196,018

3,930

6,600
^063

6,201
2 , *86

7,173
3,28*

157,977
4,8*4
21 , 8*0
7,908
9,510

196,478
4, 649
25,063
9,109
13,131

88,959
*,906

100,*36

5,550
* ,5 H
3 , 01 *.
5,39^
1 4 , 55*
*, oOO

25,812
33 , 25^
5,300

23,678
5,113
15,*36
11,107
12,81*
5,350
3,774
6 ,*io
3,315
2 1 , 3*2

58,780
2,251
9,730
6,182
1,383

6,789

5,600
5,302
3,501
5,655

14,679

3,900
27,372

36,868
*,961

27,36s

3,702

30,697
8,064
14,892

96,260
9,690
9,825
8 , 2*6
£0,777
*, oOO

25,692
*?
*

25 , 661

31,*37

5,825

12,103
15,912
1 3 , 0*8
1 3 , 60*
6 , *38
7,856
9,722

17,750
9 , 7*2
11,352

6,529
4,163
8 , 22*
3,396

25 , 61 *
7*,519
1,385

5 ,* l *

2* , 0*3
£5,272
2,281

10,806
6 ,**o

19,101
6,709

1,510

1,777

DEBITS TO INDIVIDUAL ACCOUNT AT CLEARING HOUSE__BAMS_
,,r
eak ending
Marc:; 9 , IQ21 : March’ 2 , 1921
a
rch
(In thousands of dollars)
QISTRICT No. 7 - CHICAGO
Bay. City
2.315
2,597
Bloomington
3,193
-*,*75
Cedar Rapids
15.523
13,529
Chicago
566,533
662,912
Davenport
10,651
3,737
Decatur
3,392
3,359
Das Moines
27,0*3
20,-299
Detroit
■4,865
9
1 1 9 , 0*5
Dubuque
3,463
3,697
Flint
3,728
* ,7 i*
F t . Wayne
7,966
7,953
Grand Rapids
17,276
17,651
Indianapolis
31,731
39,035
Jackson
3 ,os 6
3,91*
Kalamazoo
3,918
*,601
Lansing
*,993
*,917
Milwaukee
56,218
51,675
Moline
2,056
3,150
Peoria
10,108
9,399
Rockford
5,303
5,750
Sioux City
15,055
1*,170
South Bend
5,066
5,895
Springfield, 1 1 1 .
6,469
6,635
Waterloo
3,602
2,802
DISTRICT No. 8 - ST. LOUIS
East St. Louis
9,005
9,158
Evansville
3,884
5,572
Little Rock
9,151
9 , 8*6
Louisville (*22,804)29,570
33,8*0
Memphis
22,962
23,092
Q^mcy
3 ! 231
3,206
St. Louis ( * 1 1 8 , 129 ) 132,056 (* 132 , 610) 146,193
1 * 6,193
Springfield, Mo.
:
2,753
DISTRICT No. 9 - MINNEAPOLIS
Aberdeen
1.276
Billings
1 , 8*1
Duluth
1 2 , 9*2
Fargo
2,577
Grand Forks
1,180
Great Falls
1 , 67*
Helena
3,022
Minneapolis.'"'
63,000
St. Paul
26 , 2*2
Sioux Falls
5,000
Superior
2,213
Winona
1,032

1,685
1,644

St ,18*2b

10 , 1920

3 ,*1 *
5,080
12,753

663,009
10,252

*,907
58, 01 *
138,918
5,227
9 ,00c
8,281
1 9 ,H 1

38,112
*,568
*,*54
6,444

67,800
-

11,095
6 , £42
1 8 ,94*
5,173
5,836

7,069

5,906
9,973
35,*15
36 , * 2*

1 * 2,692
-

1,77*
2, *37

16,991

1*,*29

2, S06
1,240
1,634
2,515

3,366

73,222
32,612
4,800
1 , 9**

1,051

2,220
2 , *06
3,352
75,879

38,088
9 ,*50
1,856
1,181

3T No, 10 - KANSAS CITY
Atchison
1,500
1,400
5*7
Bartlesville
2,218
3,530
3,0*4
Cheyenne
2,073
2,482
1,888
Colorado Springs
2,681
2,796
3, **5
Denver
32,771
3 8 ,5 9 9
*3,597
Joplin
2,27*
2 ,2 8 6
, 3,37*
Kansas City, Kans,
3,777'
3 ,666
*,5*6
Kansas City, Mo.
58, 75*
74 , 204
8 8 , 669
Muskogee
5,176
6 , 7*2
5,876
Oklahoma City
26, 66*
20, 888
21,398
Omaha
* 8,*38
44,750
66,206
rueblo
3,969
*,256
3 ,7 * 3
St. Joseph
1 8 , 63*
16,885
20,838
Topeka
*,598 •
6,815
3 ,5 7 5
Tulsa
20,923
25,31*
27 , 3*3
Wichita
1 1 , 250
9,969
1 * . 233

♦Debits of banks which submitted reports in 1920 .


DEBITS TO INDIVIDUAL ACCOUNT AT CLEARING HOUSE BANKS
S t.18420
Week ending.
Mar ch 9. 1921
March 2, 1921 : March. 10. 1920
(In thousands-of dollars)
DISTRICT No. 11 - DALLAS
Albu qp er qu 3
1,212
2,310
2,093
Austin
3,560
2,620
3,607
Beaumont
4,360
4,627
3,065
Dallas
40,246
31,699
45,213
El Paso
.
9,366
6,970
9,575
Ft. Worth
19,472
23 , 4s6
23,S50
Galveston
20,210
io , 0S5
2,901
Houston
32,660
24,826
31,197
S.an Antonio
'
2,4o2
5,220
9,361
Shreveport
7,669
8,202
9,530
Texarkana, Texas
1,4291,750
2,569
Tucson
1,645
1,642
1,520
Waco
4,336
4,642
3,213
DISTRICT No. 12 - SAN FRANCISCO
Berkeley
3,223
Boi se
2,137
Fresno
10,350
Long Beach
6,291
Los Angeles
115,326
Oakland
19,356
Ogden
3,102
Pasadena
7,442
Portland
35,727
Reno
2, 6l6
Sacramento
13,574
Salt Lake City
12,791
San Disgo
7,423
San Francisco
199,695
San Jose
4,216
Seattle
27,449
Spokane
10,441
Stockton
4,749
Tacoma
2,051
Yakima
2,474




2,935
2,337
9,934
5,252

111,225
19,691
3,330
6,571

3,199

3,127
9,590
5,514

102,092
12,690

12,072
14,932
2,299
199,142
4,223
3 3 ,269

4,527
5,549
47,714
2,742
14,934
17,249
2,575
175,763
, 4,918
* 4,563
+

10,919
5,221
7,662
2,236

12,252
6,001
1 1 ,44i
3 , o 63

41,175

2,760