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Released for publication Sunday morning, Oct, 20,

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>11388 srgmitmr.
October

19 , 1912.

Below is given the Federal Reserve Board15 ninth weekly statement of total
debits to deposit account, reported through the Federal Reserve banks by about l40
Of' the country's more important clearing houses. Transactions cover the weekly
periods ending Wednesday, October 9 and l6. The statement closes with a recapitu­
lation giving comparative data by reserve districts for centers reporting both
Weeks. The only important addition to the list of reporting centers is Cleveland,
for which comparative figures covering transactions for the last two Weeks are
shown. Comparative data for the last two weeks cover debit transactions for clear­
ing house banks in about 135 centers .
Figures of reporting clearing houses by Federal Reserve districts are as
follows (in thousands of dollars, i . e . , 0 0 0 's omitted):
Debits to Banks1 and
Bankers1 Account____ _
_
October 9___ ‘ Octoberl6

Debits to individual.
_______ _
Account ____________
October. 9 ..
....Octfib?r lo
1,

2

.

BOSTON
Bangor
Boston
Fall River
Hartford
Holyoke
Lowell
New Bedford
New Haven
Portland
Providence
Springfield
Waterbury
Worcester
m YORK
Albany
Binghamton
Buffalo
New York
Passaic
Rochester
Syracuse
IILADELPHIA
Altoona
Chester
Harr isburg
Johnstown
Lancaster
Philadelphia
Reading '
Scranton
Trenton
Wilkes Barre
Williamsport
Wilmington
York




2,777
206,541
9,199

19,265

3,045
5,251
5,465
l6,4io
7,953

2,936
4,340
6,045
3,129
^,557
264,464

539
l43
459
3,319
1,150

7,081

14,513

2/4
1,373

630
296
160
342

3,254

1.321

211

7,210

S ,4o6
5,820
14,725

401

184,757

726

7 ,4 o 6
15,113
6,742
29,325

22,010

15,914
2,763
59,235
3,406,518
4,640
2 3 ,8^2
12 ,600

528
188,724
572
1,477

2,701
220,153
6,259
16,836
2,992
5,003

•

212

1,127
1,329

327
1,327

14,934

2,740
56,764
3 >453,912
3,623

12,633
1 , 588,561
U03

24,306
10 ,36 s

446
682

Lilp
1,042
462

4

C

1°,539

1 ,4i2,4g6

3,102

4,909
5,292

3,13.9

4,656

6,305

275,702
5,749

11,532
7,724

8,447

1
225
68
253,791

24g

25
252,773

11,621

1,916
160
89

3,155
2,367

6,722
3,612
7,012

1,732
172
91

3,223

3,195

60

37

6,007

-

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rabits to Individs&l
_________ Aqc o v n t___________
___ J
L
October 16
0c4 b
iO
4.

CLEVELAND
A?D:‘On
Cincinnati
Cleveland
Columbus
Dayton '
Erie
Greensbm-g ,Pa.
Lexington ,Ky.
Newcastle
Oil City
Springfield
Toledo
Wheeling
Yotmgstown
RICHMOND
Baltimore
Charlotte
Col'umbia
Koi'f oik
Raleigh
Richmond
ATLANTA
Atlanta
Augr.sta
Birmingham
Chattanooga
Jacksonville
Knoxville
Macon
Mobile
Montgomery
Nashvilla
New Orleans
Pensacola
Savannah
Tarapa
Vicksburg

7.

13,300

llg

50,635
13 ^ , 6?S

1 3 ,1 ^
4 5 ,943
H 5 ,7 S 7
2 3 ,Si5
10,32.4

40,479

2 6 ,04 ?

11,23a

127.333
3 ,*+57
3^9

96

6,^95
2,660
3 ,1:20

3,315
3,363
2 ,jUO
2j6l
3 >055
22,337

1,337
3,or3
2,594
2 0 jICO

2,210
1,517
2,341

16,452

12,720

29

72., 9 d
5 ,s €3.
7,723
1 6 .3314^ 3 5
2 3 , 4:2

72,813

•
42,033

?4 ,>’ 00
12'186
13,079
2,532
6 ,3C3
6,19 J
6 ,’'31

27.329

1 § s744
53.311
1 ,453

23,522

6,100

6 ,44 g
17.044
3,372

26,33s

9.176
13,292
3,630
3,352
5 ,si4
7.176
.7,395
5.--°5

3,053
5 ,4p6

51,732

1

i6,so4

19,669
3,354
1,920

3,306
1,693
2,537
2,170
(a) 3.3 ,720
550»215
6,349
3,049
3 3 ,320

11

109,762
3,633
757
70
IJ

67

1,306
2 , 73 s

2,292
3,29^

7,636

CHICAGO
Bay City
2,373
Bloomington,111.
2 ,3^9
(a) 1 6 ,350
Cedar Rapids
5*7, :6k
Chicago
Davenport
2,452
Decatur,111.
3,2c-5
Des Moines
{*< 53 ;29l
)
Detroit
Sf ,\V4
2,300
Dubuque
4 ,rv-s
Flint
Port Wayne
5,221
Grand Rapids
Indianapolis
29,171
3,0y4
Kalamazoo
2,3x6
Lansing
55,7^2
Milwaukee
11,834
Peoria
Rockford,111.
4 ,6 0
Sioux City,Iowa
6,153
South Bend
3,263
Springf i eld., I l l .
3,525
3,064
Waterloo,Iowa




Debits to Banks’ and
Bgnke ra 1 Ac covnt
October l 6
October 9

9, ^
3 ^9 7

25,072
3M5
6 7 »557
30.927
4,725

5,101

^ 5 .3

5,560
2,032
4,371
7?6'
363
13,637
40,779
Sd3
i4 ,069
993
224

8,079
3,434
213

36,643.
10,200
2,040.
24 ,U5*
3 ,115
66,790

31,731

3,001

^•959
^ . 733
5,373
1,535
4 , 25?
3 6l

1,150

26,043
33,63?

1,237

14.40?
304

276

435
934

413
312

596,937
1,553

543,121
l,39p
574

726

17 , 55“

101,655
2 , 7 C0

52,699

400

Ul,ll55
2,200

3/124
5,362

56
2,034

1,305

31,1^3
2,334

4 ,67?
23,930
472

3,225

203

57,?£s

10,375
4,343
12,934
3,649

,

' 5 :2 1

32,962
2,522
200

11,133
2,075

2,033
1,227

53
4,s67

21,526
437

206
30,^02
2,635
150
1 5 , 27s
.

2,759
2,296

1,366

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9.

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:

Debits ^ Individual
.0
i\
c.’ou.at
October °
: October 16

ST, LOUIS
■Evansvill©
Little Rock
Louisville
Memphis
St. Louis
Springfield,Mo.

3,6^3
8,7 TO
, ?
.
26 , 5ol
13.9,594
3 ,3<*o

Debits to Banks' and
Bankers' A.ccnunt
October 9
: October l 6

1,220

3,573
6,350
25,431
45,687
135,535

25 56

MINNEAPOLIS
Aberdeen
Billings
Duluth
* Fargo
Grand Forks
Helena
Minneapolis
S t . Paul
Superior

:
:
:

7,849
15,227
23 ,850
146,403

2,869
1,581

4,052

1,830

2,585
3,096
s .50
6,263
5,100
2,322

2,039
61,154

66,884
4 ,304
1,854

3,503
1,757
2,822

2,645
122,376
32,974

3,701

1,178
7,184
2 6 ,8'44

3 6 , 4 s6
142,121
3,397

1,925

1,127
6,231

4,646
2 ,3 H
3,312

2,313

115,667
38 ,824
2,349

1 12 ,36s
52,377

1,039
1,536

1,008

511

508

2,021

255

23,ss4
si 5

208
504
22 ,392
720

'3,1.40
15,391

190 jlW
3,745
15,756

153

116,285

53,876
12s

1 0 , KfTSAS CITY
Atchison
Bar 11esv i l 1e ,Okla.
Colorado Springs
Deader
Joplin
Kansas City ,Kans.
Kansas City,Mo.
Muskogee,0kla.
Oklahoma City
Omaha
Pueblo
S t • Jo seph
Topeka
Trisa
Wichita
11. DALLAS
Albuquerque
Austin
Beaumont
Dallas
Ei. Paso •
Fort Worth
. Galvestoh
Houston
San Antonio
Shreveport
Texarkana
'Tucson
Waco




2,685
26,345
3,544
4,531
9 1 ,031
3,233

6,217
196,666

91,012
3,521

13,091
65,394

17,290

21,43.1
4 ,815
16,791
e,2o^

70,085

62,842
4,568
22,934
4 ,456
23 .006
9,303

1,253
4,099

3,212

4,9'^U

26,516
8,188
6,391

1,.\62
2 122
4,475

1,044

19,051
2 ,06l

6,500
12,359

1,501

4 ,216
34,426
5,930
18,275
11,553
(a)

1,501

2,681
28,985
4,228
3 ,'196

3,255
5,205

16,274

U)

1,543

1,659
3,213

51 ,94s
530
17,564
1,S22
5,655
17,083
2,879

2,318
, 399
6 7 , R13
7,148
4 2 ,544

25,312

.5,941
24,7.14
7,360
5 >434

8,671

•

7,667
56,176
4,894
564

1,300
3,431

2,500
465
57,55 6 >3p9
30,749
. 5,322
4 7 ,412
3,884

431
1,752
3,031

3t.30c
Petits to Individual
Ac cotint
October 9 : 0o*6ber l6
12, SAN FRANCISCO
Portland
Salt Lake City
S0c tX'3
lt

:
Debits to Banks • and
:
Bankers 5 Account
: October 9 I October lb

Us ,350

2S , 55O

51,820

**9.357
lU ,1 1+7
+
51

20, OSS
31,719

.1

29,353
2 1 , SO)
£7,692

Recapitulation showing figures fer centers reporting Troth weeks*
Federal
Raserve
District__

: Number of : Debit s to Indivi dual
Account
: centers :•
!
: included ;October 9 : October

1»
2t
3«
4#
5*

Boston
New York
Philadelphia
Cleveland
Richmond
Atlanta
77 . Chicago
S. S& «Louis
9- Minneapolis
10 .Kansas City
1 1 .Dallas
12•San Francisco
\ GRAND TOTAL

(a)

NOTEt

13

6
13
13
6
15

,267
3 510 19
206; 505

3U2,bS6
3,551,719
3,;3 ,132

333
,
. s
331,3 50

no,6cs
i§3,59S
£"4S ,017
155,36*
23-5.7Uo

292,710

3

114,962

133 . & 1
,
S 72,7 60
lU9,lc7
228,155
27Q ,051
107,532
1 17 ,6'/7

130

6 , 519,252

6 , 609, 2S7

22

U

2

15

12

270,573

127,353

•

191 >1

Debits to Banks' and
_____ Bankers' Account
October_o__; October lF~

200 ,30U
1 .602,730

19)+,79!+
1 ,1 2^,966
+

256 31U
139,UsO
15?-,373
1.55,0?3
737 ,3^5
15s ,061
193,631+
359,520
193,955
go, V57

255,121
165,960
ll+3,239
139,600
690,s6o
i53,sso
iss,Ui6
337,712
159,527
78 ,SHg

1+,25s ,100

3 , 932,923

Figures comprise debits to both individual as well as to banks' and bankers1
decount.'

It should be noted that in many cities October 12 was
observed as a legal holiday and that therefore the figures
shown in the statemsnt for the October l 6 week represent
the total business transacted during the ^five business days
of that week, as against six days in the week immediately
preceding*