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STATEMENT FOR THE PBESS
Released for publication
Sunday Corning, May 5 1
not earlier.

B-S06
Federal Reserve Board
May 4, 1935.

BAM DEBITS

Debits to individual accounts, as reported to the Federal Reserve Board by
banks in leading cities for the week ended May 1, aggregated $ 9 , 277»0001000 » or 33
per cent above the total reported for the preceding week, which included five
business days in some of the reporting cities, and 9 per cent above the total for
the corresponding week of last year.
Aggregate debits for the l4l cities for which a separate total has been main­
tained since January 1919 amounted to $8,719,000,000, compared with $6,504,000,000
the preceding week and $8,010,000,000 the week ended May 2, of last year.
SUMMARY BY FEDERAL RESERVE DISTRICTS

ff e e k

4r
=

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o

May 1 ,

e n 'd e d
•

Number
of centers
included

‘a
■

Federal
Reserve
District

May 2 ,

25
23
26
4o
16
17
2S
IS
28

1935
537,552
4 , 957,010
4i 4 , 4o4
527,352
232,296
133,577
1,106,606
201,039
165,108
220,063
136,635
589,125

1935 .........
3^5,257
3,336,661
326,367
406,331
209,927
172,45s
935,761
183,248
123,663
216,362
145,897
538,727

193^
455,025
4 , 601,299
399.229
464,543
225,228
185,282
1,013,203
183,527
145,364
208,965
131,318
508,762

271

9,276,767

6 , 991,219

S ,521, 7^5

17
15

No • 1 - Boston
2 - New York
3 - Philadelphia
4 - Cleveland
5 - Richmond
6 - Atlanta
7 - Chicago
8 - St. Louis
' 9 - Minneapolis
10 - Kansas City
11 - Dallas
12 - San Francisco

IS

TOTAL

DEBITS BY BAMS IN EACH REPORTING CENTER

DISTRICT NO. 1 - BOSTON
Bangor, Me*
Boston, Mass.
Brockton, Mass.
Burlington, Vt.
' Fall River, Mass.
Har tf0rd, Conn,
Holyoke, Mass,
Lowell, Masg,
Lynn, Mass.
Manchester, N. H,
New Bedford, Mass.
New Haven, Conn,
Portland, Mo,
Providence, R, I ,
Springfield, Mass,
Waterbury, Conn,
Worcester, Mass,
DISTRICT NO.

vxn u u cIS OI QOXxcirS/
xio Sctn
Week ended
Week ended
May 1, 1935
May 1, 1935
DISTRICT NO. 2 - NEW YORK (Cont'd)
Northern New Jersey
3.1^5
Clearing House Assn.
388,653
43,75^
Passaic, N. J*
3.481
5.801
Poughkeepsie, N. Y.
2,825
1.979
Rochester, N. Y,
23,678
3.753
Stamford, Conn,
2,760
41,957
Syracuse, N. Y,
l6,64i
2,074
Utica, IT. Y,
7,940
2,983

3,960
3,^07
3.S96

14,792
7,333
26, s4 o

13,631
6,269
9.399

2 - NEW YORK

Albany, N. Y.
Binghamton, N. Y,
Buffalo, N. Y ,
Elmira, N. Y,
Jamestown, N . Y*
Montclair, N. J.
Newark, N. J.
New York, N. Y.



49 , 95^
^,351

60,567
2,852

2 ,4 i 4
3,264

4 ,663,30(3

DISTRICT NO. 3 - PHILADELPHIA

Allentown, Pa.
Altoona, Pa.
Camden, N. J,
Chester, Pa,
Harrisburg, Pa,
Hazleton, Pa,
Johnstown, Pa,
Lancaster, Pa,
Lebanon, Pa,
Norristown, Pa,
Philadelphia, Pa,
Reading, Pa.
Scranton, Pa,
Trenton, N. J.
Wilkes-Barre, Pa,
Williamsport, Ea.
7il£4aeton, Del..
York, Ba.

4,932
l,86l
8,111
2,519

6,862
2,885
2,526
4,283
1,217
1,852
323,133
6,425

10,251
14,425
4,788

2,102
12,087
4,085

DEBITS BY BANKS IN EACH REPOSTING. CENTER
(In thousands of dollars)________________ B~806a.

Week ended'
May 1, 1935
DISTRICT NO. 6 - ATLANTA (Cont’ d)
Elberton, Ga,
192
11,523
Hattiesburg, Miss,
781
2,042
Jackson, Miss,
7,896
7,25S
Jacksonville, Fla,
14,286
75.932
Knoxville, Tenn,
5,036
127,952
Macon, Ga.
2,306
39 »lHs
Meridian, Miss.
1,745
14,571 .
Miami, Fla.
6,366
5,7^1
Mobile, Ala.
590
5,^99
Montgomery, Ala.
5,854
1,162
Nashville, Tenn,
1 , 9^1
15,369
Newnan, Ga,
324
529
New Orleans, La,
40,805
^,712
Pensacola, Fla.
1,490
1,955
Savannah, Ga,
6,il4
706

Week ended
May 1, 1935
DISTRICT NO. U - CLEVELAND
Akron, Ohio
Butler, Pa.
Canton, Ohio
Cincinnati, Ohio
Cleveland, Ohio
Columbus, Ohio
Dayton, Ohio
Erie, Pa,
Franklin, Pa.
Greensburg, Pa,
Hamilton, Ohio
Homestead, P a .
Lexington, Ky,
Lima, Ohio
Lorain, Ohio
Middletown, Ohio
Oil C i t y , P a ,
Pittsburgh, Pa,
S p r in g fie ld ,

O h io

S te u b e n v ille ,
T o led o ,

O hio

O h io

Warren, Ohio
Wheeling, W . Va.
Youngstown, Ohio
• Zanesville, Ohio

1,619
1,79^

121,697

3,185
2,247
20, 403 '
1 , 816 '

6,728
10 , 651 ,
1,450'

Tam pa,

5,200

Fla,

Valdo sta,

D IS T R IC T N O ,
A d rian ,

M is s,

7

- C H IC A G O

/DISTRICT NO. 6 - ATLA1TTA
Albany, Ga.
A tlanta,

Ga.

.‘ A u g u s t a ,

Ga,

Birmingham, Ala.
E ru n sw ic k ,

Ga,

Chattanooga,

Tenn,

Columbus, Ga.
Dothan, Ala,




6o4

M ic h .

Aurora, 111,
Battle Creek, Mich.

2,171
2,691

Bay

1,967
2,590
5,427
2,236

C ity ,

M ic h ,

Bloomington, 111,
Cedar R a p id s ,

DISTRICT NO. 5 - RICHMOND
Asheville, N. C.
Baltimore, Md,
Charleston, S. C,
Charleston, W , Va,
Charlotte, N. C,
Columbia, S. C,
Cumberland, Md.
Danville, Va,
Durham, N. C,
Greensboro, N. C,
G r e e n v i l l e , S. C .
Hagerstown, Md,
Huntington, W. Va,
Lynchburg, Va.
Newport News, Va,
Norfolk, Va,
Portsmouth, Va,
Raleigh, N. C,
Richmond, Va,
Roanoke, Va,
' Washington, D, C.
Wilmington, N. C.
W i n s t o n - S a l e m , N. C ,

Io w a

Ch am p aign ~ U rb an a,

2,061
75,183
3,244
12,546
12,476
5,236
1,825
1,399
5,264
3,359
2,741
1,5^3
2,985
3,014
l , 70S

10,330

945
5,055
28,407
4,489

45,117
2,432
6,937

629

31,521
4,i44
14,821
421
8,42.7
2,087
468

552
1,244

Ga,

V icksbu rg,

111,

111.
• Clinton, Iowa
Danville, 111,
Davenport, Iowa
Decatur, 111,
Des Moines, Iowa
Detroit, Mich.
Dubuque, Io w a
Elgin, 111.
Flint, Mich.
Fo rt W a y n e , I n d ,
Gary, Ind.
Grand Rapids, Mich,
Green Bay, Wis,
Hammond, Ind.
Indianapolis, Ind.
Jackson, Mich,
Kalamazoo, M i c h ,
Lansing, Mich.
Manitowoc, Wis,
Mason City, Iowa
Milwaukee, Wis,
C h ic a g o ,

M o lin e,

111.

• Muscatine, Iowa
Oshkosh, Wis.
Peoria, 111.
R o ckfo rd ,
Sa g in a w ,

111,
M ic h .

Sheb6ygan, Wis,
Sioux City, Iowa
South Bend, Ind,
Springfield, 111 ,
Terre Haute, Ind,
Waterloo, Iowa

665,566
1,267
1,893
6,727
3,146

25,181
193,731

2,091
1,571
5.761
6,735
3,155
9,950
2,455
1,024
33,529
3,767
3,652
4,022
1,295
1,918

58,660
1,245

892
1,962
10,957
3,956
3,985

2,437
8,665

7,187
4,480
H.259
3,370

DEBITS BY BANKS IN EACH REPORTING CWTER
_______
(in thousands of dollars)________________

•

Tex.

4,470

1,829
609
426
5tlM
32,666

22,4-81
864
1,130
1,471
118,931
427

B eaum ont,

Tex*

Corsicana, Tex,
Dallas, Tex.
El Paso, Tex,

2,907
455

Port

NO.

W orth,

DISTRICT NO. 1 0 - KANSAS CITY
Albuquerque, N. M,
A tchiso n ,

Kans.

Bartlesville,Okla.
Casper, Wyo.
Cheyenne,
C o lo rado

Wyo.
S p r in g s,

1,500
231

8,613

3.767
846
2,737
317
1,497
83,704
967
406
49,844
2,938
4,068
840

2,333
735
5,307
782
1,657

34,472

1,820

562

457
307
2,237
4lb
1,811
2,431

66,017
834
5,258

1,622

17,483

Tex,
Tex,

Tex,

Texarkana,

;436

14,560
6,247

Tex,

726
1.983
2,312
2.335

Tex,

Waco, Tex.
Wichita Palls, Tex,
NO
12 - S A N
Bakersfield, Calif*
Bellingham, Wash.
Berkeley, Calif,

B IS T R IC T

.

B o ise,

2,472
F R A N C IS C O

Id a h o

Eugene, Ore,
Everett, Wash.
F r e s n o , Calif.
Long Beach, Calif.
Los Angeles, Calif*
Oakland, Calif,
Ogden, Utah
Pasadena, Calif,
Phoenix, Ariz,
Portland, Ore.
Reno, Nev.
Sacramento, Calif,
Salt Lake City, Utah
San Bernardino, Calif*
San Diego, Calif.
San Francisco, Calif*
San Jose, Calif,
Santa Barbara, Calif*
Seattle, Wash,
Spokane, Wash,
Stockton, Calif*
Tacoma, Wash,
W alla W a lla ,
Y akim a,

3,890
3,697
546
37,245
4,912
14,232
4,423

1,162

(See also Ark,)
Tucson, Ariz*
T yler,

1,905

37*552

Port Arthur, Tex*
Roswell, IT. M.
S a n A n t o n i o , Tex,
Shreveport, La,

855

C o lo.

Denver, Colo.
Enid, Okla.
Fremont, Neb,
Grand Junction, Colo*
Guthrie, Okla.
Hutchinson, Kans,
Independence, Kans,
Joplin, Mo.
Kansas City, Kans,
Kansas City, Mo,
Lawrence, Kans,
Lincoln, Neb*
Muskogee, Okla.
O k l a h o m a City, O k l a ,




Houston,

1,988

792
3,432
5.698
3,219
19,400
7,764

DISTRICT NO, 11 - DALLAS
Abilene, Tex*
Austin, Tex,

G alvesto n,

9 - M IN N E A P O L IS
Aberdeen, S. D.
Billings, Mont,
Dickinson, N. D,
Duluth, Minn,
F a r g o , N . D,
G r a n d P o r k s , N. D'.
Helena, Mont.
Jamestown, N. D,
La Crosse, Wis.
Minneapolis, Minn,
Minot, N. D.
Red Wing, Minn,
St, Paul, Minn,
Sioux Palls, S. D*
South St. Paul, Minn,
Superior, Wis.
Winona, Minn.

D IS T R IC T

29,021

Pittsburg, Kans,
Pueblo, Colo,
St. Joseph, Mo.
Topeka, Kans,
Tulsa, Okla,
Wichita, Kans,

1,105

)

&D
<

also

5,551

|

T e x a r k a n a ,A r k .(S e e

O

.............................................
DISTRICT NO, 8 - ST. LOUIS
East St. Louis & Nat*l,
Stock Yards, 111.
Eldorado, Ark.
Evansville, Ind.
Port Smith, Ark.
Greenville, Miss.
Helena, Ark.
Little Rock, Ark,
Louisville, Ky.
Memphis,Tenn.
Owensoboro, Ky.
Pine Bluff, Ark.
Quincy, 111.
St. Louis, Mo,
Sadalia, Mo,
Springfield, Mo,

B-8Q6
b
Week ended
May 1 , 1935
DISTRICT NO. 10 - KANSAS CITY (Cont'd)
Okmulgee, Okla,
761

I Week ended
May 1, 1935

W ash,

W ash.

2,887

1,075
3,166
3*178
996,
1,385

4,435

, c6 ' ! 2
162,688

43,353

2.585

4,740
6,521
1,462

36,085
13.138

1,918
8 , 712

190,143
4,159
2,311
36,529
^ *327
3,656
5,722
rtf

*7 riT T

1,028

2,620