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Foru F. R. 285

STATEMENT FOR THE PRESS

For immediate release

Board o£ Governors
of the Federal Reserve System
March 2, 19ll2

BANK DEBITS— DEBITS TO DEPOSIT ACCOUNTS EXCEPT INTERBANK ACCOUNTS
Bank debits as reported by banks in leading centers for the week ended
February 25 aggregated $9,8141; ,000,000. Total debits during the 13 weeks ended
February 25 amounted to $ll;6,706,000,000, or 17 per cent above the total reported
f o r <t h e ;corresponding period a year ago. At banks in New York City there was an
inorease of 10 per cent compared with the corresponding period a year ago, and at
the other reporting centers there- was an increase of 22 per cent.
SUKJSARY BY FEDERAL RESERVE DISTRICTS
(In i:d]
Llions of dollars)
13 weeks ended
' Federal
■
Week ended
Feb. 26,
Reserve
Feb. 26,
Feb. 25,
Feb. 25,
District
,
19U2
19U2
19141
19U1
7,221;
56l
8,571
Boston
kll
1
New York
3,818
51,95*4
57,451
3,Tkh
Philadelphia
8,022
6,671;
550
U3o
Cleveland
716
593
8,9714
10,833
Richmond
U 03
5,922
I
4,8l;7
527
Atlanta
281;
h,oh 3
351;
5,053
Chicago
18,301
1,1; 68
22,218
1,307
14,821;
St. Louis
3,815
259
, 313
Minneapolis
2,091;
2,7U1;
137
171;
325
Kansas City
3,705
259
14,678
281
222
I; , 068
3,173
Dallas
10,082
12,322
San Francisco
895
73U
Total, 27I4 reporting centers
.
121;,891
9,814*
1146,706
8,785
New York City*
U7,626
52,286
3 ihhh
3,hh9
llj.0 other centers*
14,631
66,880
81,1; 51;
5,527
133 other reporting centers
710
868
10,385
12,967
DEBITS BY BANKS IN EACH REPORTING CENTER,DURING THE T7EE1C ENDED FEBRUARY 25, 191*2
(In thousands of dollars)
DISTRICT NO. 1 - BOSTON
Conn.
Hartford
tt
New Haven
1
1
Waterbury
Maine
Bangor
ti
Portland
Boston
Mass.
T
l
Brockton
M
Fall River
II
Holyoke
II
Lowe 11
tl
Lynn
11
New Bedford
11
Springfield
II
Y/orcester
Manchester
N. H.
Providence
R. I.
Vt.
Burlington
DISTRICT NO. 2 - NESV' YORK
Conn.
StamforcT
Montclair
N • *J.
ti
Newark
Northern New Jersey
Clearing House Assn.”
Passaic
IT. J f
\
Albany
N.Y.
t
t
Binghamton
1
1
Buffalo

06,906
22,109
8,778
3,589
13.130
332,661
5,1496
5,983
3,292
3,351
5,132
14,970
19,898
17,552
3,996
i4l,301
2,U27
14,532
3 *5 6 6

90,639
39,160
1 0 ,U 5 8

d)
DISTRICT NO. 2 - NETif YORK (Cont’
Elmira
5,079
N. Y.
tl
3,i;02
Jamestown
ft
3,1^8,882
New York
II
14,561;
Poughkeepsie
ft
30,895
Rochester
If
Syracuse
21;, 371
II
9,083
Utica
DISTRICT NO.
Wilmington
Camden
Trenton
A1lentown
Altoona
Chester
Harrisburg
’
Hazleton
Johnstown
Lancaster
Lebanon
Norristown
Philadelphia
Reading
Scranton
;r
«ilkes-Barre
Williamsport
York

3 - PHILADELPHIA
Del,
N. J.

18,823

it

Penna.
ti
tt

5 ,3 9 0

12,065
2,320

tt
tt

3 ,7 3 1

ti
it
tt

8,U97
1 ,7 2 9
2 ,9 1 3

it

n

ti

6 ,7 6 9

2,791

i»

ti
it

2 9 ,9 9 8
1 5 ,0 o 6

\

325,301;
8,183
10,207
5,762
2,977
7,130
i

714,153
tt
5,090
61;,i;55
♦ Included in t'he national series' covering 'll;! centers,available beginning with 19J-9*




Form F, R, 285-a
DEBITS BY BANKS IN E ACH REPORTING CENTER,DURING THE WEEK ENDED FEBRUARY 25,19^2
(In thousiands of dollars)
DISTRICT NO. k - CLEVELAND
Lexington
TCyT”
14.651
Akron
Ohio
21,157
M
Canton
11,14146
Cincinnati
110,963
Cleveland
183,816
Columbus
1 7,618
*
Dayton
20,711*
Hamilton
3,693
Lima
. i* ,l* ll4
Lorain
1,253
Middletown
3.B87
Springfield
1,572
Steubenville
2,506
Toledo
37,785
Warren
3,081*
Youngstown
15,606
Zanesville
2,377
Butler
Pa.
2,361*
n '
Erie
9,61*8
Franklin
1,205
Greensburg
1,895
Homestead
962
Oil City
2,833
Pittsburgh
211,0 69
Wheeling
W. Va,
6,1*93
DISTRICT NO. 5 - RICHMOND
Washington
T57TT.’
.......
Baltimore
Md,
f
t
Cumberland
t
t
Hagerstown
Asheville
N.C#
t
t
Charlotte
i
t
Durham
t
t
Greensboro
f
t
Raleigh
i
t
Wilmington
t
t
Winston-Salem
Charleston
S. cu
f .
t
Columbia
t
f
Greenville
t
t
Spartanburg
Danville
Va#
f
t
Lynchburg
f
t
Newport News
t
t
Norfolk
t
t
Portsmouth
t
t
Richmond
i
t
Roanoke
Charleston
W. V a #
f
t
Huntington
DISTRICT NO . 6 * ATLANTA
Birmingham
Ala,
1
1
Dothan
1
1
Mobile
M
Montgomery
Jacksonville
Fla,
n
Miami
i
»
Pensacola
t
»
Tampa




814.376
121;902
1,903
2,662
3,1714
20,773
7,1*56
6.35U

11,836

14,872
10,665
6,866
9,266
o,61*l
3,1478
2,323
3,1465
3,866
17,867
1,910
1*3,9148
6,31*0
16,212
1*,323
32,089
1,5141
18,586
6,572
28,325

16,192

3,361*
11,917

DISTRICT NO, 6 Albany
(*a.
M
Atlanta
M
Augusta
tv
Brunswick
tl
Columbus
tl
Elberton
ft
Macon
ft
Newnan
ff
Savannah
f!
Valdosta
New Orleans
L&f
Hattie sburg
Miss,
tt
Jackson
tt
Meridian
tt
Vicksburg
Chattanooga
Tenn,
tt
Knoxville
tt
Nashville
DISTRICT NO. 7 - c h :
Aurora
ill.
tt
Bloomington
Champaign-Urbana "
tt
Chicago
tt
Danville
tt
Deoatur
tt
Elgin
w
Moline
ti
Peoria
tt
Rockford
tt
Springfield
Fort Wayne
IricL
tt
Gary
ft
Hammond
tt
Indianapolis
tt
South Bend
tt
Terre Ha\jte
Iowa
Cedar Rapids
tt
Clinton
it
Davenport
tt
Des Moines
tt
Dubuque
tt
Mason City
tt
Muscatine
tt
Sioux City
ti
Waterloo
Mich*
Adrian
tt
Battle Creek
tt
Bay City
tt
Detroit
it
Flint
tt
Grand Rapids
tf
Jackson
it
Kalamazoo
tt
Lansing
it
Saginaw
Green Bay
Wis*
it
Manitowoc
ft
Milwaukee
tt
Oshkosh
tt
Sheboygan

1.658

67,612
8,598
727
5,61*6
299
6,581*
5814
8,919
1,670
69,508
8,1714
1*,392
2,392
2,201

13.636

8,225
25,120

3.01*3
3,651
3,377
791,863
2,1*65
5,387
2,309
2,11*1*

16,262
9,833.
6,063
9.386
5,816
2,1*51*
67,026
10,723
5,785
7,81*7
1,992
6,01*1
21*. 271*
2,796
2,915
81*7

12,621
5.81*7
1,185
3,727.
3,237
3H,8],1*
6,925
11*, 595
l*,l45l
6,533
7,891*
5,31*2
1*,019
2,01*6
71*. 568
2.31*5
6 .76 1

f orm F. R. 285-b
DEBITS BY BANKS IN EACH REPORTING CENTER .DURING THE WEEK: ENDED FEBRUARY 25, 1942
(In thousands of dollars)
DISTRICT NO. 8 - ST. LOUIS
DISTRICT NO, 10 - -KANSAS CITY (Cont'd)
iil Dorado
Ark,
LIuskogee
Okla,
1,490
2.372
ff
ft
Fort Smith
Oklahoma City
4,129
30,057
ff
ff
Helena
Okmulgee
628
393
ft
tt
Little Rock
Tulsa
13,19 3
40,524
tt
Pine Bluff
Wyo.
Casper
2,770
1,687
tt
1
1
;
Texarkana
Cheyenne
1,964
(See also T e x . )
4,643
East St. Louis & Nat »1
DISTRICT NO. 11 - DALLAS
Stock Yards
111.
Tucson
15,500
£riz.
3.540
tt
Quincy
Shreveport
La,
14,060
2,319
Evansville
Ind.
Roswell
N. La.
9,153
1,067
Louisville
Ky*
Abilene
Tex.
49,675
2,494
tt
ft
Owensboro
Austin
7*469
1,477
ff
Greenville
Miss.
1,073
Beaumont
8,473
tt
St, Louis
Mo*
Corsicana
928
157,838
tt
tt
Sedalia
Dallas
749
86,725
ti
tt
Springfield
El Paso
3,802
9,625
tt
Memphi s
Tenn.
48,880
Fort Worth
24,709
tt
Galveston
6,321
fl
DISTRICT NO. 9 - MINNEAPOLIS
Houston
78,044
ft
Duluth
Minn.
Port Arthur
9,427
3,48?
ti
tt
Minneapolis
San Antonio
20,158
85,073
f»
tt
Red Wing
Texarkana
463
tt
St. Paul
(See also Ark .)
42,237
2,013
tt
tf
South St. Paul
11,024
3,262
Tyler
tf
tt
Win'ona
Waco
1,347
3,979
ff
Billings
Mont.
2,501
Wichita Falls
4,302
tt
Helena
2,144
Dickinson
N. D.
321
DISTRICT NO , 12 - SAN FhANCISCO
tt
Fargo
5,206
Phoenix ’'
■ Ariz.
12,831
tt
Grand Forks
1,421
Calif.
Bakersfield
4,862
tt
tt
Jamestown
Berkeley
398
6,469
tt
tf
Minot
980
Fresno
8,522
ft
Aberdeen
S. D.
Long Beach
1,1-99
13,879
tt
tt
Sioux Falls
6,066
Los Angeles
268,271
tt
La Crosse
Wi s.
2,523
Oakland
33.338
tr
tt
Superior
1,392
Pasadena
7,133
ff
Sacramento
74,591
tf
DISTRICT NO. 10 - KiNSAS CITY
San Bernardino
2,510
tf
Colorado Springs Colo.
Sari Diego
29,810
3,315
tt
ft
Denver
San Francisco
■
47,887
229,258
tt
ff
Grand Junction
818
San Jose
6,282
tt
ft
Pueblo
Santa Barbara
2,964
2,280
ff
,
Atchison
Kans.
803
Stockton
5,386
tt
iHutchinson
Boise
Idaho
2,909
4,312
ft
Independence
824
Reno
Nev.
3,143
T
t
Kansas City
Eugene
Ore.
4,503
2,405
tt
tt
Lawrence
Portland
741
.49,517
II
tt
Pittsburg
Salem
1,359
3,099
II
Topeka
Ogden
Utah
5,213
5,567
II
tt
Wichita
17,848
Salt Lake City
17,900
Joplin
Mo.
3,422
Beilingharn
1,823
Wash.
it
tt
Kansas City
81,670
Everett
2,397
ti
tt
St. Joseph
Spokane
7,564
69»938
tt
Fremont
Neb.
Seattle
11,620
791
it
tt
Lincoln
Tacoma
6,977
13,ol9
it
ft
Omaha
43,472
Walla Walla
r,829
tt
Albuquerque
N. M.
Yakima
2,860
' 4,409
Bartlesville
Okla.
.7,304,
tt
Enid
2,391
tt
Guthrie
427