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STATEM T FOE TH PRESS
EN
E
Released fo r pu blication
Sunday morning, May 18;
not e a r lie r .

s t . 4065
Federal Reserve Board,
May IT, 1924.

May l4, aggregated $9 , 50 1 , 000,000 or about 9 Per cent below the to ta l of
$10,467,000,000 reported for the preceding week- Most o f the important centers re­
port smaller figu res than for the week before.
New York City shows a decrease of
$761,000,000, Chicago - a decrease o f $146,000,000, Boston - a'"decrease o f
$32,000,000, and Pittsburgh - a decrease o f $21,000,000. Increases o f $119,000,000
and $29,000,000, resp ectiv ely, are reported for Philadelphia and Los Angeles.
As compared with the week ending May l 6 , 1923, which contained the usual heavy
mid-month payments, debits for the week under review show a decline o f $ 715 , 000,000
or 7 per cent. New York City shows a reduction o f $372,000,000, Chicago, a reduction
o f $72,000,000, and Boston - a reduction o f $46,000,000, Philadelphia and Los Angeles
report increase&of $95,000,000 and $17*,000,COO, respectively.
Aggregate debits for 141 centers fo r which figures have been published weekly
since January, 19 19 , were $8,936,630,000 as compared with $9,860,184,000 for the
preceding week and $9,591,550,000 fo r the week ending May 16, 1923 .
Debits to individual accounts were reported to the Federal Reserve Board for
banks in 253 centers, o f which 246 are included in the Sumrrary by Federal reserve
d is t r ic t s .

DEBITS TO INDIVIDUAL ACCO N B BAN S IN REPORTING CEN
U TS Y
K
TERS
_______________ SU M R 3Y FEDERAL RESERVE DISTRICTS______ _
M AY
Fed eral
Number o f
Week e n d i n g
Reserve
centers
May 14, 1924
M 7, 1924
ay
May l6, 1923
D istrict
included
(In thousands o f d o lla rs)
No. 1 - Boston
16
2 - New York
13
3 - Philadelphia
18
4 - Cleveland
23
5 - Richmond
23
6 - Atlanta
24
7 - Chicago
35
8 - St, Louis
13
9 - Minneapolis
15
10 - Kansas City
26
11 - Dallas
15
12 - San Francisco J5.
TOTAL
246
9,501,343___________ 10 ,466 ,736 ___
10 , 2 15,716
REPORTING CEN
TERS BY FEDERAL RESERVE DISTRICTS
(In thousands o f d ollars)
DISTRICT NO, 1 - BOSTON
Bangor, Me,
3,184
3,353
Boston, Mass.
330,552
362,292
Brockton, Mass.
5,058
5,146
F all River, Mass.
5,790
6,917
Hartford, Conn.
29,241
28,813
Holyoke, Mass3,826
3 ,6 11
Lowell, Mass.
3,822
4,143
Lynn, Mass.
6,358
6,132
Manchester, N. H.
4,246
5,012
New Bedford, Mass.
7,565
6,705
New Haven, Conn.
20,245
23,623
Portland, Me,
8,873
9,717
Providence, R. I.
34,122
38,275
S p rin gfield , Mass.
16,316
16,927
Waterbury, Conn*
7,260
8,553
 Worcester, Mass.
16 ,17 4
16,145


3,399
376,389
6,126
8 ,0 13
26,472
4,470
6,098
6,845
5,444
8,225
21,0 73
10,988
36,408
18,369
7,982
16,141

M 14,1924
ay

r e e k
e n d i n g
May 7, 1924
May l6 , 1923

(In thousands o f dollars]
DISTRICT N 2 - N W YORK
O.
E
Albany, N. Y.
27,924
Binghamton, N, Y.
4,359
Buffalo, N Y.
*
71,364
Elmira, N. Y.
3,9*0
Jamestown, N, Y.
4,176
Montclair, N. J„
3,225
Newark, N. J.
61,504
New York, N. Y«
4 ,6 o4,S7S
Northern New Jersey Clearing
House A ssociation
43,906
Passaic, N. J.
7,689
Poughkeepsie, N. Y.
3,205
Rochester, N. Y*
32/8S5
Stamford., Ccnn«
3,361
Syracuse, _N. Y,
14 ,743
DISTRICT NO. 3 - PHILADELPHIA
Allentown, Pa.
7,225
Altocna, Pa.
3,610
Camden, N. J.
11,035
Chester, Pa.
5,2 15
Harrisburg, Pa.
9,242
Hazleton, Pa*
2,752
Johnstown, Pa»
5,026
Lancaster, Pa.
6,420
Lebanon, Pa.
1,668
Norristown, Pa.
854
492,126
Philadelphia, Pa.
Read ing, Pa»
9,908
Scrantcn, Pa.
17,100
Trenton, N. J.
14,652
Wilkes-Barre, Pa.
11,514
Williamsport, Pa.
3,721
Wilmington, Del.
8,295
York, Pa.
4,401
DISTRICT N 4 - CLEVELAN
O.
D
Akrcn, Ohio
15,078
2,669
Butler, PaCanton, Ohio
10,637
Cincinnati, Ohio
68,235
Cleveland, Ohio
136,569
Columbus, Ohio
31,830
1,049
C on n ellsville, Pa.
Dayton, Ohio
15,459
Erie, Pa.
7,791
Greensburg, Pa*
5,150
Homest ead, Pa*
1,099
Lexington, Ky.
5,073
4,284
Lima, Ohio
Lorain, Ohio
1,382
New Bright can, Pa.
2,584
Oil City, Pa.
2,885
Pittsburgh, Pa.
1£1,4S4
S pringfield, Ohio
4,663
Toledo, Ohio
41,143
Warren, Ohio
3,139
Wheeling, W Va.
.
10,406
Youngstown, Ohio
i6 ,s o ?
Zanesville, Ohio
3,486

c.



35,765
5,013
71,377
6,123
4,475
4,153
70,701
5,365.599

26,314
5,507
76,553
4,296
4,302
3,384
63,311
4,977,211

54., 591
8,297
3,697
35,^69
3,805
18,591

36,671
7,868
37,186
3,258
16,178

7,7^8
2,922
10,821
5,929
9,747
3,377
5,685
6,o4 l
1,605
929
373,219
9,607
16,000
14,809
11,509
3,805
8,812
5,238

8 ,1 6 1
5,907
12 ,12 7
5,784
9,378
2,879
5,904
5,837
1,873
1,054
397,309
11,468
18,712
15,167
11,506
4,365
8,844
5,078

15,764
3,117
9.935
65,662
152,331
30,027
1 , 19 s
16,256
7,338
4,761
1,281
4,607
4,566
l,6 l 6
2,650
3,263
202,047
4,663
41,430
2,879
11,002
14,352
2,761

19,379
2,904
11,445
97,565
162,302
41,821
1,509
16,746
8,282
5,041
970
5,279
3,171
1,470
3,022
3,567
203,318
4,734
47,343
3,577
11,348
14,523
3,267

-

DEBITS TO INDIVIDUAL

ACCOUNTS 3Y BANKS IN REPORTING CENTERS
V e e k e n d i n g
'
May 14, 1924

May 7, 1924

S t. 4o65b.

May 16 , 1923

(In thousands of dollars)
DISTRICT NO. 5 - RICH O
M ND
A sheville, N. C.
Baltimore, Mi.
Charleston, S# 0 .
Charleston, W. Va.
Charlotte, N. C.
Columbia, S. C»
Cumberland, Md.
Danville, Va.
Durham, N. C.
Greensboro, N. C.
G reenville, S. C.
Hagerstown, M .
4
Huntington, W. Va.
Lynchburg, Va.
Newport News, Va.
Norfolk, Va.
Raleigh, N. C.
Richmond, Va.
Roanoke, Va.
Spartanburg, S. C.
Washington, D. C.
Wilmington, N. C.
Winstcn-Salem, N. C.

5,411
81,370

5,967
95.^70
6 ,0 5 7

5,139
92,800
6,064

9,029
4 ,2 ^
1,99 7
1,742
4,498
5 ,400
4,936
2,373
5,481
3,954
1,571
14,436
6 ,4 1 0
25,835
5,271
^,279
44,590
3,965
6,762

8 ,18 1
1 1 ,2 1 3
4 ,9 4 4
2,073
2,037
4,3 8 0
5 ,8 1 7
5,4 2 3
2 ,4 2 2
6 ,1 7 4
4,843
1,576
17,275
7,050
30,519
6,000
3.305
49,037
5,769
7,450

8,898
10,066
5.366
2,291
2,017
5,16 0
5,o64
4,996
2,673
6,264
4,7 6 7
1,008
15,705
6,800
27,531
5,776
2,970
48,766
3,977
8,100

803
29,623
5 ,13 3
25,075
682
8,822
2,564
563
248
4,800
15,052
5,787
4,306
4,33**
6,130
4,515
16,243
344
64,924
1,502
8,315
8,558
l.o co
1,504

1,125
29,860
6,163
27,241
631
8,533
2,644
580
250
7,100
16,049
7, 753
5,318
2,916 '
6,716
5,413
18,184
410
69,037
1,739
9,199
9,430
1,063
i,S 8 7

1,023
32,090
6 ,7 15
26,255
691
9,128
2,860
504
179
2,792
13,438
7 ,6 6 l
5,029
2,799
7,271
4,800
18,539
432
63,232
1,709
9 ,3 9 0
8,267
969
1,783

4,990
8 ,5 4 3

DISTRICT NO. 6 - ATLANTA

Albany, Ga.
Atlanta, Ga.
Augusta, Ga.
Birmingham, Ala.
Brunswick, Ga.
Chattanooga, Term.
Columbus, Ga.
Dothan, Ala.
Elberton, Ga.
Jackson, Miss.
Jacksonville, Fla.
Knoxville, Tem.
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.

c.




DEBITS TO INDIVIDUAL ACCOUNTS BY BANKS IN REPORTING CENTERS

S t. 4q 65 c <

We e k

e n d i .n g
May I d , 1923
M 7, 19 2k
ay
May 1 4 , 19 24
1
(in thousands o f d o lla rs )
DISTRICT NO. 7 - CHICAGO

Adrian, Mich.
Aurora, 111.
Bay City, Mich.
Bloomington, 111.
Cedar Rapids, Iowa
Chicago, 111.
Danville, 111.
Davenport, Iowa
Decatur, 111*
Des Moines, Iowa
D etroit, 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
Milwaukee, Wis.
Moline, 111.
Muscatine, Iowa
Oshkosh, Wis,
Peoria, 111.
Rockford, 111,
Saginaw, Mich.
Sioux City, Iowa
South Bend, Ind.
S pringfield, 111.
Terre Haute, Ind.
Waterloo, Iowa
DISTRICT NO.

8

-




962
4,094
2,542
2,621
8,313
786,400
3,700
10,556
3,620
19 ,110
155,047
3,831
7,94s
9,431
3,592
15,899
2,929
3,305
33,965
4,422
5,182
8,880
2,281

9,243
1,980
8,080
2,327
833
962
13,933
40,381
27,798

11,272
2,065
6, 776
2,870
890
l,0 4 i
14,644
36*474
31,984
1,432
3,137
151,879
1,150
2,055

66,089

1,828
1,509
3,100
10,298
7,245
5,981
20,341
9,121
8,084
4,790
4,485

90S
3,514
2*331
2,626
6,205
711,863
4,600
9,463
3,720
20,728
161,017
3,290
8,077
9,060
4,4l4
16,708
2,034
4,213
39,631
4,968
4,905
9,685
2 , 45s
74,293
1,963
1,439
3,000
9,490
6,162
5,166
18,380
9,870

6,381
6,652

4,138

ST. LOUIS

East St, Louis and
N at'l Stock Yards, 111*
Eldorado, Ark.
Evansville, Ind,
Fort Smith, Ark.
Greenville, Miss.
Helena, Ark,
L ittle Rock, Ark.
L ou isville, Ky.
Memphis, Tenn,
Owensboro, Ky,
Quincy, 111.
St, Louis, Mo,
Sedalia, Mo.
S pringfield, Mo.

c.

895
3*348
2,537
2,*+87
7>782
640,136
3*800
6,739
3,818
15,727
155,214
3*368
6,673
9,5*+3
5,262
14,778
2,563
3»090
37,151
4,l68
U,527
6,334
2,033
60,827
1,831
1,251
2,700
10,686
6,274
4,790
18,478
12,522
7,527
5,098
4,548

1 351
2, 373
’
154,627
1,100
1,547

11,735
2,924
8,301
2,701
821
1,138
13,582
37,788
28 , 706
1,533
2, ? 84
172,254

3,544

S t. 1
4065d.
DEBITS TO INDIVIDUAL ACCOUNTS BY BANKS IN REPORTING CENTERS
Y e e k e n d i n g
!
May 16 , 1923
M 14, 1924
ay
r
May 7, 1924

(In thousands o f d o lla rs)
DISTRICT NO. 9 - MINNEAPOLIS
Aberdeen, S. D.
B illin g s, Mcnt.
Dickinson, N. D.
Duluth, Minn*
Fargo, N. D.
Grand Forks, N, D.
Helena, Mont.
Jamestown, N. D.
La Crosse, Wis.
Minneapolis, Minn.
Minot, N. D.
Red Wing, Minn.
St. Paul, Minn.
Sioux F alls, S. D.
South St, Paul, Minn.
Superior, Wis.
Winona, Minn.

1,251
1,527
268
13»39 2
2,4§8
1,207
1,949
53*+
2,375
73,186
953
494
35,742
3,460
5,868

1,759

1,085

1,245
1,330
259
12,995
2,863
1,441
2,202
452
2,339
79,023
1,009
586
45,199
3,483
5,923
1,567
1,121

1,437
1,975
309
20,181
3,216
2,113
542
3,105
79,902
1,036
511
40,695
3,830
2,014
1,180

DISTRICT NO. 10 - KANSAS CITY
Atchison, Kans.
B a r tle s v ille , Okla.
Casper, Wyo.
Cheyenne, Wyo.
Colorado Springs, Colo.
Denver, Colo.
Enid, Okla.
Fremont, Neb.
Grand Junction, Colo.
Guthrie, Okla.
Independence, Kans.
Joplin , Mo.
Kansas City, Kans.
Kansas City, Mo.
Lawrence, Kans.
Lincoln, ,Neb.
McAlester, Ckla.
Muskogee, Okla.
Cfclahcma City, Okla.
Okmulgee, Okla.
Qnaha, Neb.
Parsons, Kans.
Pittsburg, Kans.
Pueblo, Colo.
St. Joseph, Mo.
Topeka, Kans.
Tulsa, Okla.
Wichita, Kans,
C.




1,293
2,185
2,844
1,992
3,089
34,092
2,343
8 74
667
800
2,365
3,535
4,514
62,234
1 ,0 %

6,099
972
2,4o6
15,719
1,995
41,549
728
1,220

3,312
16,395
3,558
22,216
7,332

1,306
3,9lS
3,905
2,230
2,932
39,935
2,505
900
733
724
1,879
3.107
4,348
76,478
1,157
7.107
1,047
2,823
17,996
1,802
42,001
779
1,451
4,132
16,542
3,876
19,721
8,632

1,475
3,377
3,551
2,228
3,072
36,660
3,742
£68
642
s4o
2,710
4,110
4,323
81,522
1,087
1,246
17,947
2,083
48,647
676
1,747
3,06g
17,026
3,577
29,088
10,302

DEBITS TO INDIVIDUAL AC"OUNTS BY BANK? IN REPOr.TING CENTERS’
St. H o 65 e_
____________
? e o k 3 n d i n g ______ ( _____
_
j

May 14, 1924

May 7, 192U

May 16, 1923

(In thousands of dollars)
DISTRICT NO. 11 - DALLAS

Albuquerque, N. M.
1,885
Austin, Tex.
4,309
Beaumont, Tex.
3,841
Corsicana, Tex.
1,856
Dallas, Tex.
3M23
El Paso, Tex.
6,905
Ft. Worth, Tex.
14,285
Galveston, Tex.
5,818
Houston, Tex.
23,395
Roswell, N. M.
527
San Antonio, Tex.
Shreveport, La.
8,619
Texarkana, Tex.
1 ,984
Tucson, Ariz.
I,g 4g
Waco, Tex.
3,348

2,447
4,o6l
3,841
1,855
39,047
7,696
1M51
6,517
23,979
470
7,08 18,103
7,922
1,628
3,168
3,715

2,5^3
3,172;
4,214
1,035
33,U58
7,189
20,702
13,113
2&,9*3
593
• 9*999
8,404
2,752
2,051
3,198

DISTRICT NO. 12 - SAN FRANCISCO
Bakersfield, Calif.
Bellingham, Wash.
Berkeley, Calif.
Boise, Idaho
Eugene, Ore.
Fresno, Calif.
Long Beach, Calif.
Los Angeles, Calif.
Oakland, Calif.
Ogden, Utah
Pasadena, Calif.
Phoenix, A ria ..
Portland, Ore.
Jeno, Nev.
Bitzville, Wash.
Sacramento, Calif.
Salt Lake City, Utah
San Bernardino, Calif.
San Diego, Calif.
San Francisco, Calif.
SanJxjee, Calif.
Santa Barbara, Calif.
Seattle, Wash.
Spokane, Wash.
S t o c k s , Calif*
Tacoma, Wash.
Yakima, Wash.
C,




2,209
2,046
4,734
2,710
6,893
13,689
181,5^9
31,336
4,367
8,5^7
5,200
37,908
1,755
164
15,5^2
13,564
2,200
10,887
180,905
4,743
3,254
42,924
10,474
:
9*311
2,131

2,122
1,912
4,440
2,668
2,562
7,249
10,431
152,761
26,721
4,799
7,094
5,600
40,776
1,984
133
8,145
15,528
1 642
9,’
o85
172,076
4,468
2,607
39J10
11.210
d;li 2
9.720
2,527

2,394
2,107
3,895
3,003
2,91b
10,263
14,405
164*208
29,882
6,845
7 577
4)322
38,883
2,306
109
q i©
6
14*566
1 787
lo!s97
212,404
5,058
42,486
11 6^6
“’ t
S
10,211
2,344