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STATEMENT FOR THE PRESS
Released for publication
S t .1227
Sunday morning, March 6 ;
Federal Reserve Board
not earlier.
March 5> 1921.
BANK DEBITS
Aggregate debits to individual account, as reported by 155
the country's leading clearing hcuse centers for the week ending
March 2, were 8,560 millions, compared with 6,472 millions for
the week before, which included Washington's birthday. On the
basis of daily averages, the totals for the-most recent week are
a'cout 10 per cent above those for the preceding week, nearly all
the leading centers reporting larger figures.
As compared with the corresponding week in 1920, debits to
individual account for the week under review are smaller by 1,780
millions, or about 17 per cent. Tne decrease for New York City
alone was 744 millions, or about 14 per cent.

DEBITS TO INDIVIDUAL ACCOUNT AT CLEARING HOUSE BANKS
SUMMARY BY FEDERAL RESERVE DISTRICTS_________
Federal
Week sndiry,
Number of:
centers :
R3 serve
March 2, 1921 : Feb. 23, 1921 : March 3, 1920
District
included :
(In thousands of dollars)
480,650
',650
379.228
No. 1 Boston
12
297,596
5,34 s ,94 i
2 New York
7
3,235,403
4,597,594
3 Philadelphia
12
426.440
320,503
451,959
505,649
4 Cleveland
l4
623,785
519,153
212,846
5 Richmond
7
164,078
129,807
212,916
169 , 66l
6 Atlanta
15
286,575
7 Chicago
23
1,297,871
772,115
1 ,025,033
268,130
182,902
8 St. Louis
5
196,949
186,912
102,096
142,144
9 Minneapolis
12
391,456
262,110
232,471
10 Kansas City
l6
154,818
132.441
11 Dallas
13
133,928
635,664
501,520
12 San Francisco
19
389,770
TOTAL

155

8 , 559,606

6,471,901

10,339,607

REPORTING CENTERS BY FEDERAL RESERVE DISTRICTS
(In thousands of dollars)
DISTRICT No. 1 - BOSTON
Bangor
3,725
2,836
2,873
318,885
Boston
( * 244, 069) 317,830 (* 192 , 631 ) 248, 934 .
6,154
5,282
8,923
pall River
16,082
Hartford
24,078
27,099
Holyoke
3,478
2,574
3,639
5 , 25s
4,124
3,669
Lowell
Manchester
4,410
3,482
5,104
8,413
New Bedford
5,634
New Haven
13,732
19,617
20,791
7,687
7,366
Portland
38,998
Providence
32,626
27,053
1 1 , 9?2
14,422
20,623
Springfield
4,540
6,560
Waterbury
5,613
12,101
18,588
15,668
Worcester
DISTRICT No. 2 - NEW YORK
25,140
18,712
Albany
27,881
3,244
Binghamton
3,953
3,912
Buffalo
67,136
71,309
51,819
3,122,242
5 , 190,718
4,446,818
New York
5,788
Passaic
4,510
3,743
35,098
Rochester
. 32,969
23,797
14,368
11 * 846
Syracuse
16,935
♦Debits of banks which submitted reports in 1920.



.DEBITS TO INDIVIDUAL ACCOUNT AT CLEARINGHOUSE BASICS
ST .1827a
ending
.March 2, 1921 : Feb. 23. IQ21__ : March 3. 192Q~
(In thousands of dollars)
DISTRICT No. 3 - PHILADELPHIA
Altoona
2,499
3,342
3,551
Chester
4,529
4,277
5,453
Harrisburg
7,150
4,550
4,529
Johnstown
5,247
4,305
4,391
Lancaster
4,276
5,035
5,S35
Philadelphia
348,095
376,931
247.37S
Rsading
5,821
5,721
Scranton
16,194
13,260
13,743
Tronton
9,024
11,367
1 1 ,74i
VilkdS-Barre
8,161
8,936
8,275
’"illiamsport
4,454
4,l6o
3,549
Tilmin^ton
2,326
8,699
15,527
York
3,497
4, o n
3,235
DISTRICT No. 4 - CLEVELAND
Akron
Cincinnati
Cleveland
Columbus
Dayton
Erie
■
Greensburg
Lexington
Oil City
Pittsburgh
Springfield
Toledo
Wheeling
Youngstown
DISTRICT No. 5 - RICHMOND
Baltimore
Charleston
Charlotte
Columbia
Greenville
Huntington
Norfolk
Raleigh
Richmond
Washington
Wilmington
DISTRICT No. 6 - ATLANTA
Atlanta
Augusta
Birmingham
Chattanooga
Jacksonville
Knoxville
Macon
Mobile
Montgomery
Nashville
New Orleans
Pensacola
Savannah
Tampa
Vicksburg




l4,o4o
63,769
129,013

28,606
13,175

6,600
' 5,063
7,173
3,224

196,472
4,64g

10,94o
51,491
97,524
21,725
11,145
5 ,H S

2,892
4,?25

2,613
256,926

25,063

3,443
21,350

9,109
13,131

6,669
8,955

100,436

73,854

6,729
5,600

5,211

5,302
3,501
5,655
14,679
3,900
27,372

36,868

^,7S3
3,77S

25,345

74,867
185,425
22,356
14,657
7,690

5,121
15,022
2, £'31
195,414
5,905
33,777
9,^31

15,944

120,559
10,874
11,726
9,124

2,708
5,217
11,349
4,050
26,782

23,115
5,500
31,238

^,961

29,862
201

25, 60I

22,163

5,325

4,937

17,750

16,026

9,742

'7,545
10,342
5,128
3,315
5,504
2,930
19,595
53,553
1.295

6,128
30,919
92,392
2,460

9,263

21,660

6,733
1,332

7,497
1,675

11,352
6,529
4,163
8,224
3,396

25,614
74,519
1.3S5

10,806
6,440
1,510

37,637
11,551
19,327
14,399
15,254
7,289
7,501

10,826

DEBITS-ffO INSIVinJAL^ACCOUNT AT CLEARING HOUSE MKKS
ST.l£?7b
snding
_March 2 , 1921 : 'Fob. 21 192l'
March 3. 1920
(In thousands of dollars)
DISTRICT NO, 7 - CHICAGO
Bay City
2,597
. 2,356
3,15S
Bloomington
8,644
*,*75
2 ,1 9 5
Cedar Rapids
c , 0u9
13,559
15,902
Chicago
bb2,912
817,140
505,701
Davenport
10.651
15,641
5 ,8 2 3
Decatur
3,392
6,642
2,576
Des Moines
20, 299
35,516
lit, 707
^otroit
119,045
84, 5; 4
15.5, p11
Dubuque
3,697
2,42b
4 ,4 b b
Flint
*+,71^+
3,722
10,700
Ft, r
7ayne
7 , 96b
9 ,oS8
5 , 6si
Grand Rapids
22,860
17.651
1 7 ,7 7 S
Indianapolis
39,035
2 7 ,597
*5,747
Jackson
3,914
2,096
5,196
Kalamazoo
4 ,601
3 ,2 9 0
4,982
Lansing
i
+,917
3,630
5,995
Milwaukee
56 , 21s
Ub,5£9
69,917
Moline
3,150
2,426
Peoria
10,108
7,070
13,^38
Rockford
5,750
4,350
7,750
Sioux City
14,170
10,349
13,745
Soutn Bend
4,
294
5,f95
5,3*9
Springfield, 1 1 1 .
b , 635
4,265
6,833
T a;terloo
'T
2,202
2, 4bl
7,551
DISTRICT Mo. S - ST. LOUIS
East St, Louis
9,15S
Evansville
5,572
Little Rock
9,346
Louisville
( * 25 , 829 ) 33,’ gUo
Mernphis
23,09 2
Ou incy
3 ,*206
St. Louis
(* 132 , 610 ) 146 , 19 3
Springfield, Mo.
2 , 75?
DISTRICT No. 9 - MINNEAPOLIS
Aberdean
Bill i n s
r .-r th
-l
Fargo
Grand Forks
G ^c C .?all s
r i- *
Hoi d iti
r
Minneapolis
St, Paul
■
Fiovx Falls
Superior
"'inona

7,35b
4,382
7,781

: 6,126
10 , 27s
42,197
4 c ,1 5 s

(*5 3 ,37S) 59,065
1 C,006

2,047
(*59,323) 109 ,^39

169,371

2,5^7

l ,o 8 5

1,644
16,991
2, so6
1,240

1,634
2,515

1,572
2 ,b 29
19,611

1,400
10,953
2 , 211
821

3,052
. 2, 05s

1.12 6

73,222
4, SCO
1,9*4

2,217
2 , 634-

1,822
53,*90

22,753
3,600
2,012
920

52,612
1,051

CT No, 10 - KANSAS CITY
Atchison
l,4oc
Bartlesville
3 ,5 3 0
Cheyenne
2 ,4 8 2
Colorado Springs
2 ,79b
Denver
38,599
Joplin
2 , 2£o
Kansas,City, Kans.
3 ,6 6 6
Kansas City, Mo.
74,204
Muskogee
6,742
Oklahoma City
20, CSC
Omaha
44,750
Pueblo
3,743
St* Jos opn
16,335
Topeka
3,575
Tulsa
25,314
r'i chi ta
11,250



'

9*,b92
4*,552
10,13*

2,162
1,299

986

326
4,430

3,024
2,478
1,532

2,508
3,936
52,718

26,987
1,727
3 ,ioi

60,649
4,191
18,321

'

4,103
' 4,123
100 , 6^2
b , t l6
>

19,591

37,382
103,754
3,044
4,009
15.390
24,590
3 , 16 s
8,512
40,36s
33,350
9,723
17,036
*De’
bits
♦Debits of banks which submitted reports in 1920 .

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- - J i g I £ O P „ l ^ m i 4 L_4CC0UNT AT CLEARING HOUR? BAttys____________ g *, 1S£7o
"'ick endins
fegii-gxJLa2i._l_..Feb 23? 19 a ' :
liar on V 1QPD
(In thousands of dollars)
DISTRICT No, 11 - DALLAS
Albuquerque
2,093
1 535
? O^S
^ ! tia ,
:f t 6|0
[ol
? $ J
Beaumont
3,065
3,533
i k4
^
^ Xi aS
S PS S° f,
: ; '° ^ tn
Galveston
Houston
San Antonio
Snreveport
Texarkana
?- ^°n
dCQ

31,699

6,570

S ,202
-1 , 7 5 0
1>
6Us
3,213

^

91

? en°
f
Sacramento _

12,072

f°'v
S 0kaf
StocKton
I*?™
a




23,162
9 glO

5 24 S

5)g20

3,330
6,571
41,175

n
Lakj Clty
Diago
Francisco
Jose
+

24,100
I S ,I 3 U
27,135

.lo ,03 5
24,S 26

2°
Pasadena
Portland

q
San
San
San

U3 ’ 2S0
9,981+

7,706

23 ,£5o

DISTRICT No. 12 - SAM FRANCISCO
Bsrlcdlcy
o 0”
s^
Boise
• t,
f resnS
v
9,934
Long Beach
5,355
Los Angeles
111,225

0 s r
°

31,121

6,405
1,214
1,3 SO
"

■

3,165

^
1 ,7 63
c 439

3,148

2

3,269

U 66o
84 ^ 0

3,007
U 901

^ :i? o
4 972
7 oL

32,624

51,’*+27

1,802
9 , 1+
86

1^,938
8,299
199,142
4 pg7

13,012

2,236

4,477

. 3.0 933
g 'J g
1 V opk

2 ’ 76°

3^,269
10 *919
5,221
7,66s

ri'u $
? ’ 627
9 , lS 6
’
2 825
ijg i

2,971

1 5 *59g
20)455

7,999
150,639
i (-«*
3,522
24,109
8,684
3,800

8 433
265*52 '3
r ’ ^-c
b , 2S 6
50,55*5
13 6?C

6,419

13 *725

1,880

3 ’ 691
,

6 0?4