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Form F. R. 285

STATEMENT FOR THE PRESS

For immediate release

Board of Governors
of the Federal Reserve System
November 10, 191+1

B l T DEBITS— DEBITS TO DEPOSIT ACCOUNTS EXCEPT INTERBANK ACCOUNTS
A'K
Bank debits as reported by banks in leading centers for the week ended
November 5 aggregated '1)11,722,000,000. Total debits during the 13 weeks ended
November 5 amounted to $136,292,000,000, or 29 per cent above the total reported
for the corresponding period a year ago. nt banks in New York City there was an
incres.se of 27 per cent compared with the corresponding period a year ago, and at
the other reporting centers there was an increase of 31 per cent.

Federal
Reserve
District

SUMMARY BY FEDERAL RESERVE DISTRICTS
(In mil:.ions of dollars)
Week ended'
13 weeks ended
Nov. 5 ,
llo x 5 , Nov. 5,
iOf ^6,
l't
19i
+0
1
19i+0
19U1
191+1

Boston
New York
Philadelphia
Cleveland
Richmond
Atlanta
Chicago
St. Louis
Minneapolis
Kansas City
Dallas
San Francisco

729
i+,785
5
10+

809
U+3

365
1,861+

386

Total, 27b reporting centers
New York City*
lL. Other leading centers*
Jj0
133 Other centers

228
333
30U
932
11,722
1,399
+
6,353
968

597
1,092
+
1+37

7,1+52
53.989
7,211+

616

10,076
5,600

331
286
1,21+2
275
171
255
218

669
9,190
3,802

1+.632
756

i+,523
20,708
i+,538
2,790
1.+5
+10

6,093
1+2,812
5,1+17
7,702
1+.H9
3.336
15,651+
3,257
2,11+7
3,399

3,609

2,652

11,389
136,292
1+9,350
7 + 983
l,
11,959

8,878
105 ,1+66
39,003
57,278
9,186

DEBITS BY BANKS IN EACH REPORTING CENTER,DURING THE T f E ENDED NOVEMBER 5, 1914!
iSK
(In thousands of dollars)
DISTRICT NO.> 1 -.BOSTON
DISTRICT NO. 2 - NEff YORK (Contfd)
Hartford
Conn*
77,118
Almira
i,io
+o+
N. Y.
it
TT
New Haven
Jamestown
26,387
3,925
Tt
Tt
Waterbury
i,398,888
+
New York
10,583
ft
Bangor
Maine
Poughkeepsie
i
+,161
l+,955
TT
Portland
Rochester
13,691+
31.671+
Tf
Boston
Mass.
Syracuse
2 + 867
l,
1+1+9.153
Tt
T
T
Brockton
7.268
Utica
8,305
Tt
Fall River
7,1+18
Tt
Holyoke
DISTRICT NO. 3 - PHILADELPHIA
i ,35
+ l+
T
T
Lowell
Wilmington
Del. ‘
27,81+2
1U91+
T
T
Lynn
Camden
7,829
N. J.
11+.992
T
t
tt
New Bedford
Trenton
6,385
19.913
T
T
Springfield
25,601
Allentown
Penna*
7,978
T
f
T
t
Worcester
Altoona
18,917
2,639
T
T
Manchester
N. H.
3,81+5
Chester
5.3W+
T
T
K• T*
Providence
X
Harrisburg
9.805
57,999
T
T
Burlington
v t.
3,265
2,620
Hazleton
T
t
Johnstown
i,l6
+7+
T
T
DISTRICT NO. 2 - NSW YORK
Lancaster
6.771
T
t
Stamford
Conn.
5,9l+o
Lebanon
2,031
ft
Montclair
N. J.
2,823
Norristown
3,289
T
T
tt
Newark
90,368
Philadelphia
397,901+
Tt
Northern New Jersey
Reading
8,657
Tf
Clearing House Assn*
1+2,081
Scranton
12,771+
ff
Passaic
N, J.
Wilkes-Barre
10,377
6,895
T
l
Albany
N. Y.
81,205
Williamsport
3,279
T
T
ft
Binghamton
7,1+32
6,828
York
T
T
Buffalo
68,277
in the national
♦Included


series covering l +1 centers,available beginning with 1919 .
i

Form F. R. 285-a
DEBITS BY BANKS IN EACH REPORTING CENTER,DURING THE WEEK
(In .thousands of dollars)
DISTRICT NO. 6
DISTRICT NO, 1 - CLEVELAND
+
Albany
Lexington
Ky.
6,051+
Atlanta
Ohio
32,636
Akron
tt
Augusta
Canton
12,91+8
ft
Brunswick
Cincinnati
119,995
ft
Columbus
Cleveland
210,7146
ft
Elberton
Columbus
61,133
tt
Macon
Dayton
26, 31k
tf
Newnan
Hamilton
k ,3 9 3
tt
Savannah
Lima
k ,3 k l
ft
Valdosta
Lorain
1,902
ft
New Orleans
Middletown
U,507
ft
Hattiesburg
Springfield
5,778
tt
Jackson
Steubenville
3,195
ft
Meridian
Toledo
U+,1+88
tt
Vicksburg
Warren
U.H6
ff
Youngstown
lU, 96J. Chattanooga
4
Tt .
Knoxville
Zanesville
2 , 91k
Nashville
Pa.
Butler
2 ,9 3 3
tt
Erie
9,237
tf
DISTRICT NO.
1,100
Franklin
tt
AuroraGreensburg
2,051
ft
Bloomington
Homestead
1.U81+
tt
Champaign-Urbana
Oil City
2,792
ft
Chicago
Pittsburgh
220,256
Danville
W. Va.
Wheeling
8,882
Decatur
Elgin
DISTRICT NO,* 5 -'RICHMOND
Moline
Washington
S. c .
86,160
Peoria
Baltimore
Md#
12i.l
j,488
tt
Rockford
Cumberland
2,i+l6
tt
Springfield
Hagerstown
3,801+
Fort Wayne
Asheville
N. C.
5,099
ti
Charlotte
Gary
23,111
?
t
Durham
Hammond
lU, l +
l7
tt
Greensboro
Indianapolis
6,020
tt
Raleigh
South Bend
l7,iUo
tt
Terre Haute
Wilmington
5iW+8
Tt
Winston-Salem
Cedar Rapids
15,153
S. C,
Charleston
Clinton
7,077
tf
Columbia
12 ,01+1 Davenport
tt
Greenville
Des Moines
7,102
tr
Spartanburg
i , + 7 Dubuque
+12
Danville
Va.
Mason City
5,550
tt
Lynchburg
k , 133 Muscatine
T
T
Newport News
Sioux City
2,875
ft
Norfolk
Waterloo
16,210
ft
Portsmouth
Adrian
1,639
ft
Richmond
1+9,083
Battle Creek
ff
Roanoke
Bay City
8,168
Charleston
W. Va.
15 ,621+ Detroit
tt
Huntington
Flint
6,006
Grand Rapids
DISTRICT NO. 6 - ATLANTA
Jackson
Birmingham
Ala.
Kalamazoo
36,351
tt
Dothan
Lansing
1,330
ff
Mobile
16,1+31+ Saginaw
tt
Montgomery
8,818
Green Bay
Jacksonville
Fla.
Manitowoc
26,391
I!
Miami
Milwaukee
13,976
1
!
Pensacola
Oshkosh
3,306
1
1
Tampa
9 1+6
, 1+ Sheboygan




ENDED NOVEMBER 5,191+1
- ATLANTA (Cont’d)
Ga.
2 ,17 3

1
1

IT
It
1
!
II
tt
It
It
tf .

La.
Miss.
tt
tt
tt

Tenn.
tt
tt

7 3 ,7 12
7,76 9

901
6,593-

1+13

7 ,13 7
725
10 ,3 5 5

1,610
6 2 ,7 7 2
2 , 21^
12, 26o

1+,200
2, 965.

ll ,l
+ +20

10, 321+
2 8 ,8 8 2

7 - CHICAGO

in .
T
t
tt
tt
T
t
tt
tt
tf
tt

ft
tt

Ind.
tt
tt
tt
tt
tt

Iowa
tt
tt
tt
tt
tt
tt
tt

»
t
Mich.
tt
tt
tt
T
t
tt
tt
tt
tt
tt

Wis.
tt
tt
tt
tf

3 ,18 6
3 ,8 15

i,5l
+3:

1 , 099,676
3,136
6,010
2,1+97

l,il
+O|+
19 ,3 8 9

9,1+29

7 , 1+06

11,161
7,2 8 9
2 , 91 +2

7l , + 2
+l6
1 3 ,7 8 7
7,1+36

8,872
1,800
6,838
28,621+

2,912
3,265

1,033
12,632
6,279
1,531
3,891
3,753
3U5,551

7,628
16 ,5 0 9
l+,86i+

7,955
7,8 5 9
6,808

1+.823
2,56 5

88,615

2 , 70i+
7,ol+i+

Form F.R. 285-b
DEBITS BY BANKS IN EACH REPRRTING CENTER, DURING THE WEEK ENDED EOV3I3ER 5,1941
.(In thousands of dollars)
DISTRICT NO, 8 - ST. LOUIS
DISTRICT NO. 10 - KANSAS CITY (Cont'd)
SI Dorado
Ark,
Muskogee
Okla.
2,255
1,991
tt
ft
Fort Smith
Oklahoma City
4,170
27,845
Tt
tt
Helena
Okmulgee
808
605
tt
tt
Little Rock
Tulsa
30,948
14,073
ti
Pine Bluff
Casper
Wyo.
2,508
3,057
n
tf
Texarkana
Cheyenne
3,121
(See also Tex,)
2,229
East St, Louis & Nat'1.
DISTRICT NO. 11 - DALLAS
Stock Yards
111.
Tucson
Ariz,
4,013
li+,318
it
Quincy
Shreveport
La.
2,981
13,067
Evansville
Ind.
Roswell
N. M.
1,379
10,595
Louisville
Ky.
Abilene
Tex.
62,291
3,843
it
t!
Owensboro
1,560
9,486
Austin
tt
Greenville
Miss.
Beaumont
2,541
7,851
tt
St. Louis
Mo.
Corsicana
l,24l
189,U09
t
t
tt
Sedalia
Dallas
587
86,731
tt
tt
Springfield
El Paso
11,033
4, 658
ft
Memphis
Tenn.
Fort Worth
29,188
70,14+7
tt
Galveston
8,013
tt
DISTRICT NO. 9 - MINNEAPOLIS
Houston
85,060
tt
Duluth
Minn.
Port Arthur
2 2 ,18 9
2,217
i
t
If
Minneapolis
101,611+ San Antonio
23,212
tt
tt
Red Wing
610
Texarkana
T
T
St, Paul
2,181
(See also Ark.)
55,545
TT
tt
South St, Paul
11,1+10 Tyler
3,243
Tl
tt
Winona
2,038 Waco
5,031
ft
Billings
Mont.
Wichita Falls
4 ,2 3 3
6,739
tt
Helena
3,968
Dickinson
n. .
d
650
DISTRICT NO. 12 - SAN FRANCISCO
T
t
Fargo
Phoenix
Ariz*•
" 16,250
8,105
TT
Grand Forks
Bakersfield
1,802
Calif.
5,477
Tt
f
t
Jamestown
632 Berkeley
10,326
It
t
t
Minot
Fresno
1,862
12,763
t
t
Aberdeen
S. D.
1,962
Long Beach
12,299
t
t
t
t
Sioux Falls
6,638 Los Angeles
287,415
t
t
La Crosse
Wis.
Oakland
3 9 ,8 1 1
2,629
f
t
t
t
Superior
1,801
Pasadena
7,429
?
f
Sacramento
27,691
t
t
DISTRICT NO. 10 - KANSAS CITY
San Bernardino
3,560
t
t
Colorado Springs
Colo.
3,606 &an Diego
19,315
t
t
t
t
Denver
246,298
San Francisco
55,983
f
!
t
t
Grand Junction
901 San Jose
8,070
F
t
n
Pueblo
5,755 Santa Barbara
3,155
t
t
Atchison
Kans,
791 Stockton
6,422
tt
Hutchinson
3 ,01+2 Boise
Idaho
5,191
tt
Independence
662 Reno
Nev,
3,808
»
t
Kansas City
4,766 Eugene
3,006
Ore,
f
?
f
t
Lawrence
893 Portland
56,037
tt
T
t
Pittsburg
925 Salem
6,459
t
t
Topeka
6,610
Utah
4,197 Ogden
t.
t
t
t
Wichita
23,086
15,864 Salt Lake City
Joplin
Mo.
Wash.
2,214
3,504 Bellingham
Tf
t
t
Kansas City
86,165 Everett
2,479
ft
T
t
St, Joseph
7,921 Seattle
79,035
t
t
Fremont
Neb.
15,878
739 Spokane
n
f
t
Lincoln
15,102
Tacoma
7,856
tt
t
t
Omaha
Walla Walla
2,328
45,511
t
t
Albuquerque
N. M.
7,088 Yakima
4,600
Bartlesville
Okla.
6,657
Enid
2,730
tt
Guthrie
389



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