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STATEMENT FOE THE PRESS
Bsleased for P * l l e a U o o
Sunday morning, Har. IS,
not earlier.

eral Eas9rve

St 7 4n^

19
BANK DEBITS

Bank debits for the week ending March lU totaled $9,29^,000,000, compared
with $10,296,000,000 for the preceding week, This decline of about 15 pier cent
reflects ^ ' uirjal mid-month recession from the larger volume of bank debits
character-; ■ of Ow first week of the month, t o lle r figures are shown for
■
all the leading centers, except Pittsburgh and Detroit, For Hew York City the
decline for '.he week m s $1,141,000,O X , or over 70 per cent of tne total decline shown.
As compared with the corresponding week in 1922, aggragatedebitsfor the
rcnort week show an increase of about $7 7 2 ,000 ,000 , or 9 per cent. L ^g e r
fip-ures than last year are shown for all the principal centers, except E°ston,
S
, miwaukee5and Minneapolis. Particularly * * v y increases as compared
with last year, are shown for Detroit - 32 per cent - and Los Angeles
35 Per
cent.
Debits to individual accounts are reported to theFede
banks in leading clearing house centers, The total number reportingthi
is 252 of which 24l are included in the summary by Federal reserve district*.

DEBITS TO INDIVIDUAL ACCOUNTS BY BANKS IN REPORTING CENTERS
____
SUMMARY BY FEDERAL RESERVE DISTRICTS,
V/eek ending
Number of
Fede ral
centers
Mar. 15 1 1922
Eeserve
Mar. 7, 1923
Mar. l4, 1923
i ncluded
District
(in thousands of dollars)
563,829
500,745
No. 1 Boston
16
503,119
6,018,245
2 New York
12
4,844,490
478.401
388,514
3 .Philadelphia
IS
436,412
589.892
452,165
4 Cleveland
23
593,553
288 J 56
227 , M
5 I&chmond
22
26^,086
249.401
183,167
6 Atlanta
25
232,552
1,112,164
1 ,0 1 7 ,S I
7 Chicago
31
1,055>233
265,795
215, S?
S St. Louis
11
255,930
149,373
138,056
133.104
9 Minneapolis
l6
317,770
236,200
10 Kansas City
26
269,465
159.812
139,033
11 Dallas
15
147,106
;
fiqs.TfS
425,434
12 San Francisco
26
553,563
8,515,167
10,895.616
241
9 ,293,613
TOTAL
REPORTING CENTERS BY FEDERAL RESERVE DISTRICTS
(In thousands of dollars)
DISTRICT No, 1 - BOSTON
Bangor, Me.
Boston, Mass.
Brockton, lias s.
Fall River, Mass.
Hartford, Conn,
Holyoke, Mass.
Lowell, Mass,
Lynn, Mass.
Manchester, N, H,
' New Bedford, Mass,
New Haven, Conn,
Portland, Me.
Providence, R. I.
Springfield, Mass,
V
’aterbury, Conn.
Worcester, Mass,




3,017

343,530
5,008
7,330
22,084
3,646
4,792
6,339
4,050
7,319
17,133
3,655

3,876
392,961
4,73S
6,741

26,523
3.S50
5,041
5,827
!+,l+54
5,786

21,245
9,863

32,600
1 6 ,001 -

31.879
16,897

6,241
15,024

14,S97

6,251

3.077
351,959
4,355

6,023
19,965
2,769
4,248
6,008
5,245
5,928

17,323
7,479
32,766
12,652
6,435
14,013

I

DEB ITS TO INDIVIDUAL ACCOUNTS BY B LTIC IN REP.CaT|NG_C3j^^- SjU_j4l2.,.__
A S
Week ending.
M . 13, 1922
axj
1 ll 23
Mar* Ik, 1923
DISTHIC? No. 2 - NEW YOEK
Albany, N. Y.
Binghamton, N« Y*
Buffalo, N. Y.
Elmira* iT. Y#
J ci l 3t O v N* Y *
T lTB V ll,
Montclair, N# J.
Newark, l;# J#
i
New York, lu Y.
No. New Jersay Clearing
House Association
Passaic, N. J*
Rochester, N# Y#
Stamford, C ru %
o Syracuse, N« Y#
DISTRICT No. 3 - PHILADELPHIA
Allentown, Pa#
Altoona, Pa»
Camden, N * J *
Chester, Pa#
Harrisburg, Pa#
Hazleton, Pa*
Johnstown, Pa#
Lancaster, fa#
Lebac-na,, Pa#
Norrisucwn, Pa*
Philadelphia, Pa.
Read lxi-> P ^#
c
Scranton , Pa*
Trenton, N. J#
Wilkes;-Barre, Pa#
Will iamsport, Pa.
Wi1mington, Del*
York, Pa*
DISTRICT No. 4 - CLEVELAND
Akron, Ohio.
Butler, ?a.
Canton, Ohio*
Cinc innat i , Ohio«
Cleveland, Ohio
Columbus, Ohio
Conne 11 sv ille, Pa,
Dayton, Ohio.
Erie, Pa#
Greensburg, Pa*
Homestead, Pa*
Lexington, Ky.
Lima, Ohio,
Lorain, Oh'o#
New Brighton, Pa#
Oil City, Pa*
Pitt sburgh, Pa#
Springfield, Ohio.
Toledo, Ohio
Warren, Ohio*
Wheeling, W, Va*
Young st own, Oh i o#
Zanesville >Ohio

C.




U n thousands of dollars)
19,43S

4,474
61,656
3,549
3,851

2,532
5S,175

4 , 661,234
34,113
6 ,555
30,713

2,521

20,268

20,036

4,4 o 6
65,713
3,511
4,019
2,769

4,073
54,226

62,870
5 ,^ 02 ,
47,183
6,537
40,377
2,543

13,854

15,961

5,712
3,888

6,497

9,756
4,841
7,913
2,243
4,916
5,851
1,422
963
325,713
9,405

15,607
12,915
9,134

4 ,1 5 1
7,509
4,473

16,263
2,648
12,208
76,423
133,208
31,325
1,759
15,677

7 ,2 1s
4,795
704
S,643
3,494

1,216
2,327

2,902
193,69 7
5,497

3,712

9,944
4,299
8,520
2,478
5,092
5,345
1,449
928
365,989

9,212
16,297
12,063
9,373
4,405
7,320
3,975
15 ;215
2,519

9,706
78,625
l4o 534l
32,374
1,750
21,102
7,003
4,262
823
9,527
4,771
1,187
2,353
3,325

178,629

5,989

42,907

4j ,060

4,103
11,153
12,183
3,003

3,147
9,74b
14,457
2,381

2,722
3,193
2,144
4,365,972

30,200
5,898

28,109
2,327
12,374
5.227
3,173
9.227
4,091
6,741
2,188
4,072

5,026
956
586
292,575
7,209
13,432
10 ,99s
8,512
4,201
6,870
3,430

10,858
1,333
5,819
65,404
107,572
28,849
.995
1 1 ,blO
6,737
4,047
597
8,246
3,250
1,032
1,885
2,591
135,431
4,012
27,492
3,295
7,3pO
10,642
2,638

COUNTS BY BAMS IN REPORT I N:G CEM'EP.S
.
DEBITS TO INDIVIDUAL AC3
Week ending

St>34l2b

Mar, 15, 1922
Mar. 7, 1923
i
(In thousands of dollars)

ivfer, l 4 ; 1 Q21
DISTRICT No. 5 - RICHMOND
Asheville, N % C.
Baltimore, Md,
Charleston, S, C
*
Charleston, W Va,
*
Charlotte, N, C,
Columbia, S, Cf
Cumberland, Md*
Danville, Va.
Durham , Nt C *
Greensboro, N« C.
Greenville, S. C,
Hagerstown, Md,
Hunti ngton, W, Va.
Lynchburg, Va,
Nev/port 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 No, 6 - ATLANTA
Albany, Ga,
Atlanta, Ga,
Augas ta, Ga,
Birmingham, Ala,
Brunswick, @a.
Chattanooga, Tenn,
Col unbus, Ga,
Cordele, Ga.
Dothan, Ala,
Elberton, Ga,
Jackson, Miss.
Jacksonville, Fla,
Knoxville, Tenn,
Macon, Ga.
Meridian, Miss,
Mobile, Ala.
Montgomery, Ala,
Nashville, Tenn.
Newnan, Ga.
New Orleans, La.
‘
Pensacola, Fla,
Savannah, Ga,
Tampa, Fla,
Valdosta, Ga,
Vicksburg, Miss,




4,6?4
80,300
6,913
7,61+3
10,160
6,700
2,086
1,976
5,063
5,516
5,600
2,275
5,905
4,811
1,654
16,695
8,100
28,422
4,689
3,256
43,986
5,058
7,662

1,700

4,868

96 ,200
7,627
7,966
9,907
7,357
1,877

2,194
4,487
5,35S
5,076
2,077
6,246
4,765
1,738
18,478

6,300
30,396
5,945
3,189
46,478
6,575
7,639
1,218

31,245
9,482

33,623
10,267

23,272
621
8,838

25,336
682
8,634
3,253
471
617
339
3,213
1 3 ,44s
8 , 20s
5,008
2,325

3,735
365

615
304
3,181
13,056
6 , 72s

5,201
2,506
6,452
5,605
16,335

8,020
6,263

10,310

17.928
534
75,613
2 ,082
10,969

7>6l4
1,174
1,951

8,036
1 ,484
1,830

558
70,192
1,512

3,600
76,681
5,860
6,966
5,953

4,125
1,712
1,925
3 , 29s
3,404
1,697
4,224
4,307

1,726
13,733
4,300
26,373
4,119
1,813
41,857
4,838
4,946

S96
25,264
5,556
17,147
469

7,321
2,251
224
400

223
2,339
10,970
5,774
3,400
1,549

6,226
3 ,4o 4

15,062
231
55,995

1,6 17
8,950
5,543
992
1,364

DEBITS TO INDIVIDUAL ACCOUNTS 3Y BANKS IN REt-ORTING CENTERS_____ St,.54l2c
;k ending
Mar. 14, 1S23

Mar.

1 QP.3

Mar. 15, 1322

(in thousands of dollars)
DISTRICT No. 7 " CHICAGO
Adrian, Mich.
Aurora, 111
Bay City, Mich.
Blocmginton, 111.
Cadar Rapid^ ,Iowa
Chicago, 111.
Danville, 111.
Davenport, Iowa
Decatur, 111.
Des Moines, Iowa
Detroit, Mich,
Dubuque, Iowa
F lin t, Mich.
Fort Wayne, Ind,
Gary, Ind.
Grand Rapids, Mich.
Green Bay, Wis.
Hammond, Ind.
Indianapolis, Ind.
Jackson, Mich.
Kalamazoo, Mich,
Lansing, Mich,
Mason City, Iowa
Milwauke e , Wi s,
Moline, 111,
Muscatine, Iowa
Oshkosh, Wis.
Peoria, 111,
Rockford, 111,
Saginaw, Mich.
Sioux City, Iowa
South Bend, Ind.
Springfield, 1 1 1 ,
Terre Haute, Ind,
Waterloo, Iowa
DISTRICT No. S - ST. LOUIS
East St. Louis and
Nat’1 Stack Yards, 111
Evansville, Ind,
Fort Smith, Ark.
Greenville, Miss,
Helena, Ark,
Little Rock, Ark.
Louisville, Ky,
Memphis, Tenn.
Owensboro, Ky,
Quincy, 1 1 1 .
St. Louis, Mo.
Sgringfield, Mo.




1,008
3,512
1,905
3,032
6 , s 45
635,392

751

785
4 ,0b2
2,333

2,681
2,061

2,684
5,649
668,550
3 ,ioo

5,601

4,500
6,600

8,144
634,597
4,000
11,695

3,452
22,843

2 6 }S63

156,451

126,013

3,559
7,5S2
8,300
3,961

.4,190
7,787
9,627
2 ,832

13,881

16,026

12,513

2,255
35,197

2,702
3,520
35,270

30,553

3,600

3.600

4,266

5,33-2
8,800
3.73S
68,411

3,000

8,200
2,592
59,351
1,739

2,021
2,500

7,184

3,201
17,627
118,838
2,857

4,205

4,200

6,652
2,334

2,935
4,623
4,306
2,063
60.873

2,232

1,573

2,234

1,479
2,400

2.600
6.,671

5,026
4,539

7,232

23|407
7 •7 72
7 ,OSS

17,454
5,627
6.3S8

6,024
4,498

6,286

3,806

8,850
6,926

7,945
6,703.
SOS
SbO
9,467

9,315
6,4is
5,3-49
17,447
8,034

9,288
7,504
2 , 70b
815
1,174
14,620
37,591
33,390

1,702
2,972
1 4 3 ^8 1
3,193

9,9S3
4 >524

5,751

2,799

1,150
1,548
14,417
40,474
37,923
1,942
3,453
148,727
3,355

32,032
23,391
1,435

2,162
127,069

2,883

f

nnnT
m>rg_RY-RAl-^S IN REPOR?tNS CEBTERS___ St^J412cL
DEBITS TO INDIVIDUAL A
''
V
eno.
. ^
Mar. 13* 19 2‘
Mar. 14, 1923 ! Mar* 7. !923
ila thousands 01 dollars)
DISTRICT No. 9 * MINNEAPOLIS
Aberdeen, S. D.
Billings, Mcnt.
Dickinson, N. D.
Dultith, Minn.
Fargo, II. D.
Grand Forks, N. D.
Helena, Mont.
Jamestown, N. D.
La Crosse, Wis.
Lewistown, Mont.
Minn eap ol i s, Minn,
Minot, N. D,
Red ?r
iing, Minn.
St. Paul.. Minn.
Sioux Falls, 3. D.
Superior, Wis.
Winona, Minn.
DISTRICT No. 10 - KANSAS CITY
Atchison, Kans.
Bartlesville, Okla.
Casper, Vy0.
Cheyenne, Wyc.
Colorado Springs, Colo.
Denver, Oclo.
Enid, Okla.
Fremont, N eb.
Grand Island, Neb.
Grand Junction, Colo.
Guthrie, Okla.
Hutchinson, Kans.
Independence, Kans.
Joplin, Mo.
Kansas City, Kans.
Kansas City, Mo.
Lawrence, Kans.
MeA1ester, Okla.
Muskogee, Okla.
Oklahoma.City, Okla.
Okmulgee, Okla.
Omaha, Neb.
Parsons, Kans.
Pittsburg, Kans.
Pueblo, Colo.
Stt Joseph, Mo.
Topeka, Kans.
Tulsa, Okla.
Wichita, Kans.

c




1,11 6
1,774
273
14,317

1,187
2,466

386

966

13,491
2,688
1,245
2,572
422
2,848
1,175
70,139
1,121
519
43,342
4,980
1,776
1,264

1,32S
2,924
3,455
1,475
2,957
31,506

1,351
3,796
3,959
1,996
2,955
44,438

3,076
1,873
1,235

350

2,875

1,450
63,962
1,063
457
34,854

3,293
1,80S

2,871
1,102
1,220
709
821

2,836
2,742
4,173
3,£90
73,427
935
790
5,490
19,460
2 }284
50,517
844
1,415
2,964
13,568

4,092
26,901
9,474

3,261
2,020
1,667

1,220
1,3.64
235
15,271
2,005
.1,345
1,742
375

561
70,108
so 3
431
3&,04b
3,-1°
1,855
855

1,182
2,114
2,437
1,481
2,519
31,67S

908
3,213

1,155
677
533
2,337

3,410
4.110
89,415

2,816
3,461
64,001

1,03S

1,000
5,360

22,330
2,384
57»3S5
1 ,164
i,54a

17,122

745

2,907

1,190

6,600

4,096

17,187
4,971

23,676

12,244

925

1,S34
43,217
797
1 , 233

3,912

9,531
3,113
23,196
8,569

St.3Ui.2e.
DEBITS TO INDIVIDUAL ACCOUNTS BY BANKS III K T ’OSTI JG CENTERS
!
Week--ending
I
Max , 1 4 , 1923
Mar. 7, 1323
! Mar. 15, •
(in thousands of dollars)
DISTRICT No, 11 - DALLAS
Albuquerque , N, M.
Austin, Tex.
Bea-umont, Tex,
Corsicana, Tex.
Dallas, Tex,
El Paso, Te x.
Ft. Worth, Tex,
Galveston, T >
- x,
Houston, Tex,
Roswell, N. M.
San Antonio, Tex,
Shreveport, La,
Texarkana, Tex.
Tucson, Ariz,
Waco, Tex,
DISTRICT No. 13 - SAN FRANCISCO
Bakersfield, Calif.
Be1lingham, Wash,
Berkeley, Calif.
Boise, Ida.
Eugene, Ore.
Fresno, Calif.
Long Beach, Calif.
Los Angeles, Calif,
Oakland, Calif.
Ogden, Utah
Pasadena, Calif,
Phoenix, Ariz,
Portland, Ore,
Reno, Nev,
Ritzville, W^sh,
Sacramento, Calif,
Salt Lake City, Utah
San Bernardino, Calif,
San Diego, Calif,
San Francisco, Calif,
San Jose, Calif.
Seattle, W&sh,
Spokane, Wash,
Stockton, Calif.
Tacoma, Wash.
Yakima, Wash.




2 , 408

1,710

25,364
1 7 , 12 s

2,543
4,327
3,714
l,2b9
43,127
3,9bl
2 5 ,900
20,057

3,567
1,193
32,504
7,747
32,530
13,090

25,s42

25,062

22,700

3.329

3,628
1,493
35,321
7,460

1,760
3,723

634
7 , 4o6
9 ,201 .
1,553
1,974
4,034

2,660

3,621

2,340
3.S46
2,775
2 ,249
12,545
14,290
158,927
29,164
6,912
7,431
4,463
33,093
1,992
173
5,314
12,955

1,305
4,729
?,592

259

7,401
3,035
2,235

1,633
11,755

172,261
4,377
40,135
11,075
4,s4i
3,533
2,224

2,176
12 ,007
15,907
197,626
37,903
7,691
11,239
4,479
36,312
2,251

2,988

524
6,533
7,46s

1,569
1,349
3,551

3,967
1,533
5 , 23s
1,739
1,539
9,230
6,336
117,733
17,719
4,208
5,673

3,412

33,711
2,242

147

225

6,259

17,087
11,752
1,434
9,521
160,261
4,214
38,312
10,785
5,083
9,193

15,116
1,749
12 ,988
247,192
5,632
33,703

11,223
5,575
3,977

2,134

2,637