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Form F. R. 285

STATS1' N FOR THE PRESS
.ET

For immediate release

Board of Governors
of the Federal Reserve System
October 20, 191+1

BANK DEBITS— DEBITS TO DEPOSIT ACCOUNTS EXCEPT INTERBANK ACCOUNTS
Bank debits as reported by banks in leading centers for the week ended
October 15 aggregated $10,573,000,000. Total debits during the 13 weeks ended
October 15 amounted to $130,911,000,000, or 28 per cent above the total reported
for the corresponding period-a year ago. At banks in New York City there was an
increase of 23 per cent compared with the corresponding period a year ago, and at
the other reporting centers there was an increase of pO per cent.

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

SUMMARY BY FEDERAL RESERVE DISTRICTS
(In millions of dollars)_______
7/eek ended
Oct. l6,
Oct. 15,
19U0
1941
565
1+.200
,
2C

536
770
16
+6

1+87
3,576
1+37
611+
359

360

272

1,587

1,507
275

387

13 weeks ended
Oct,l6,
Oct. 15,
191+0
19U1
7,132
51,190

7,169
9,810
5,361+
U, 373
20,083
l+,299
2,681
1,361
+
3,1+12
11,038

5,771+
1+1,586
5,361+
7,51+1
U.oio

3,191
15,232
3,066

2,085
166
287
3,357
22l+
2,527
290
8,791
830
779
102,525
8,981+
130,911
Total, 27J reporting centers
+
10,573
1+6,61+7
37,867
3,276
3,865
New York City*
55,723
72,733
5,763
1+.93U
l + Other leading centers*
lO
8,935
11,530
9+
15
773
133 Other centers
9+
DEBITS BY BANKS IN EACH REPORTING CENTER,DURING THE 7SEK ENDED OCTOBER 15, 1 1 1
(In thousands of dollars)
DISTRICT NO. 2 - NEW YORK (Cont’d)
DISTRICT NO. 1 - BOSTON
N. Yf
l.+l
+il
6 + 668 &lnira
1,
Conn
Hartford
tt
tt
i+,066
Jamestown
22,687
New Haven
T
t
3 ,861+ 062
,
9,922 New York
Waterbury
f
t
Poughkeepsie
3,761+
U, 036
Maine
Bangor
tt
tt
35,690
10,957 Rochester
Portland
n
Syracuse
2l,1 1 1
+ +++
3ZI ,659
4+
Mass.
Boston
tt
9,200
Utica
. 1 ,503
+
Brockton
n
5,ll+7
Fall River
f!
DISTRICT NO. 5 - PHILADELPHIA
3,306
Holyoke
tt
Del.:
" 26,675
yiiimington
3,693
Lowell
ft
N. J. '
Camden
16,077
5,013
Lynn
tt
ft
19,281+
Trenton
5,1+75
New Bedford
T
f
Penna.
7 ,2 3 6
Allentown
17,711
Springfield
t
t
tf
2,6U+
Altoona
16,181
Worcester
T # W,
T i
5,517
i
1+ 2II Chester
, 4+
Manchester
11,990
Harrisburg
39,396
Providence
R. I.
2,81+8
vt.
Burlington
3,351+ Hazleton
5,218
Johnstown
7,200
Lancaster
DISTRICT NO. 2 - NEW
2,ai5
Conn.
Stamford
5,573 Lebanon
2,993
N. J.
3,625 Norristown
Kontclair
ft
386,131
Nev/ark
81,1+51+ Philadelphia
11,231
Reading
Northern New Jers ey
10,U19
U6,677 Scranton
Clearing House Assn.
6,536
10 ,91+0 Vi/ilkes-Barre
N. J,
Passaic
3,876
31,81+8 Williamsport
N. Y.
Albany
tt
7,1+38
5,805 York
Binghamton
ft
67,961
Buffalo
215
3U7

*Included in the national series covering l + centers,available beginning with 1919»
ll



Form F.

R.

285-a

DEBITS BY BANKS IK Ea CH REPORTING Cl
D IST R IC T NO,

Lexington
Akron
Canton
Cincinnati
Cleveland
Columbus
Dayton
Hamilton
Lima
Lorain
Middletown
Springfield
Steubenville
Toledo
Warren
Youngstown
Zanesville
Butler
Erie
Franklin
Greensburg
Homestead
Oil City
Pittsburgh
Wheeling

4- - CLEVELAND
Ky.
U,919
Ohio
24,650
r
t
12,826

123,861
215,623
48,078
23,799
3,725
4,122
1,830
3,744-

4,892
3,211
39,375
4,559
17,104
2,844Pa.
t
t

DISTRICT NO, 7 - CHICAGO
in.
Aurora
Bloomington
1.293
Champaign-Urbana
2.293
Chicago
2 0 3 ,5 8 8
Danville
8,354Decatur
^lgin
Moline
90,384
Peoria
138,318
Rockford
2,54-6
Springfield
2,915
Ind.
Fort Wayne
4,554t
t
Gary
t
t
Hammond
t
t
Indianapolis
6,627
South Bend
Terra Haute
4,960
Iowa
Cedar Rapids
i - 788
4,
t
»
Clinton
6,495
Davenport
8,4-18
8 ,692 , Des :;oin,es
Dubuque
4,552
Mason City
6,396
Muscatine
4,003
Sioux City
2,808
Waterloo
16,408
'ic,
.ih
Adrian
1,677
1
1
Battle Creek
56,54-8
Bay City
7,765
Detroit
14,369
Flint
4 ,7 6 7
Grand Rapids
Jackson
Kalamazoo
37,915
Lansing
1,315
Saginaw
15,762
7is.
Green Bay
9,262
t
t
Manitowoc
23,173
Milwaukee
1 2 ,8 8 1
Oshkosh
2,913
Sheboygan
8,7U8

984-

2 ,0 8 6

W. Va.

5 - RICHMOND
DISTRICT NO. ---IJrT:---Washington
Baltimore
Md,
f
?
Cumberland
Hagerstown
Asheville
N. c.
t
t
Charlotte
t
t
Durham
?
r
Greensboro
t
t
Raleigh
Wilmington
Winston-Salem
s. c.
Charleston
Columbia
Greenville
Spartanburg
Danville
va.
?
t
Lynchburg
Newport News
Norfolk
Portsmouth
Richmond
Roanoke
Charleston
Va,
Huntington
DISTRICT NO. 6 - ATLANTA
Birmingham
Ala.
t
t
Dothan
t
t
Mobile
t
t
Montgomery
Jacksonville
Fla.
t
t
Li ami
Pensacola
Tampa




3,237
9,342

BR, DURING THE WEEK ENDED OCTOBER 15,1941
Df dollars)
DISTRICT NO.. 6 - ATLANTA (Cont'd)
Ga.
Albany
1,769
t
t
68,369
Atlanta
t
t
Augusta
7,461+
t
t
Brunswick
837
t
t
6,884
Columbus
t
t
Elberton
4
-35
f
t
7,156
Macon
f
t
836
Nevman
t
t
Savannah
8,794f
t
Valdosta
1,538
70,081
New Orleans
La.
Miss.
Hattiesburg
2,353
»
t
9 ,0 7 0
Jackson
t
t
4,082
Meridian
t
»
Vicksburg
3,4-58
Tenn.
Chattanooga
17,136
t
t
Knoxville
8 ,8 2 0
t
t
Nashville
28,686

24,626
18,426
14,882

3,385
3,359
3,643

878,090

2.857
6,04-5
2,170
3,226

18,350
9,490
6.858

10,207
5,154

3,026

66,828
10,705
7,392
7,591
1,973
5,946
25,887

3,016
3,029
1,14-9

13,011

5,5841,365
4,170

4,023
321,302
7,777

17,098
4,756
.
7,094
7,096
7,767

5,026

2,237
80,598
2,770
5,915

Form F. R. 285-b
DEBITS BY BANKS IN EACH REPORTING CENTER, DURING THE WEEK ENDED OCTOBER 15,191+1
(In thousands of dollars)
DISTRICT NO. 8 - ST. LOUIS
DISTRICT NO. 10 - KANSAS CITY (Cont
El Dorado
Muskogee
Ark.
Okla.
2,590
1,799
tt
ft
Fort Smith
30,238
Oklahoma City
5,081
ft
ft
Helena
Okmulgee
698
1,211+
ft
tt
Little Rock
Tulsa
li+,288
48,263
tt
Pine Bluff
Wyo.
Casper
2,11+4
4,339
tt
ft
Texarkana
Cheyenne
3,088
(See also Tsx.)
2 ,1 9 b
East St. Louis t Nat'1
DISTRICT NO. 11 - DALLAS
Stock Yards
Tucson
Ariz.
111.
15,597
3,549
ft
Quincy
Shreveport
La.
2,1+68
13,392
1,221
N. M.
Evansville
Ind.
Roswell
9,376
Louisville
59,611+ Abilene
Ky.
Tex.
4,453
1!
t!
1,696
Owensboro
Austin
8,695
ft
Greenville
3,50l+
Miss.
Beaumont
6,237
tt
181,909
St. Louis
Mo.
Corsicana
945
tt
ft
88,806
Sedalia
542
Dallas
tt
ft
5,180
9,912
El Paso
Springfield
tt
26,608
78,1428
Memphis
Fort Worth
Tenn,
tt
Galveston
6,357
tt
DISTRICT NO. 9 - MINNEAPOLIS
Houston
78,104
tt
2,216
Duluth
Minn.
Port Arthur
13,099
tl
tt
Minneapolis
23,602
San Antonio
110,067
T
t
tf
Red Wing
Texarkana
5b9
tt
2,088
1+8,970
St. Paul
(See also Ark.)
ft
ft
South St. Paul
Tyler
io,l+53
2,531
tt
tt
5,306
Waco
Winona
1,657
f'l
6,306
Mont*
4,229
kichita Falls
V
Billings
tt
2,902
Helena
Dickinson
DISTRICT NO. 12 - SAN FRANCISCO
N. D,
533
T
t
Ariz.
Fargo
Phoenix
6,726
12,004
tt
Bakersfield
Calif.
Grand Forks
1,619
4,551
ft
tt
Berkeley
Jamestown
1+90
8,034
ft
ft
Fresno
Minot
11,458
1,732
tt
Long Beach
Aberdeen
S. D. 10,938
1,587
tt
IT
Los Angeles
Sioux Falls
6,302
238,514
tt
La Crosse
Wis.
Oakland
2,466
39,921
tt
ii
Pasadena
Superior
6,602
1,608
tt
Sacramento
2o ,310
tt
San Bernardino
DISTRICT NO. 10 - KANSAS CITY
3,153
ft
San Diego
Colorado Springs
Colo.
3,006
18,155
tt
it
San Francisco
Denver
233,627
1+8,978
tt
ft
San Jose
7,486
Grand Junction
980
ft
tt
Santa Barbara
Pueblo
2,6ll
3,415
tt
Stockton
Atchison
Kans.
5,797
773
tt
Idaho
Boise
Hutchinson
3,847
5,515
ft
Nev,
Independence
Reno
742
3.368
tt
Ore,
Eugene
6,006
Kansas City
3,739
tt
tt
Portland
Lawrence
52,453
1,233
tt
tt
Salem
Pittsburgh
5,710
1,132
tt
4,261
Utah
Topeka
Ogden
4,964
t*
tt
Salt Lake City
20,815
Wichita
17,089
ftash.
Bellingham
Mo,
3,100
Joplin
2,405
tt
tt
89,380
Everett
Kansas City
3,191
ft
tt
Seattle
St. Joseph
8,761
78,893
tt
782
Spokane
Fremont
Neb,
15,207
tt
tt
7,01+2
Tacoma
Lincoln
17,899
tt
tt
42,388
Omaha
Walla Walla
1,912
ft
Albuquerque
n . i;
..
Yakima
4,292
5,977
Bartlesville
Okla.
7,027
tt
Enid
3,223
tt
Guthrie
494