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Form F. R. 285

STATEMENT FOR THE PRESS

For immediate release

Board of Governors
of the Federal Reserve System
October 27, 19Ul

BANK DEBITS— DEBITS TO DEPOSIT ACCOUNTS EXCEPT INTERBANK ACCOUNTS
Bank debits as reported by banks in leading centers for the week ended
October 22 aggregated §12,881+, 000,000. Total debits during the 13 weeks ended
October 22 amounted to $133,628,000,000, or 30 per cent above the total reported
for the corresponding period a year ago. At banks in New York City there was an
increase of 27 per cent compared with the corresponding period a year ago, and at
the other reporting centers there was an increase of 31 P®r cent.
SUMARY BY FEDERAL RESERVE DISTRICTS
_____ (In millions of dollars)_____
13 weeks ended
T/eek ended
Federal
Oct. 22, Oct. 23,
Oct. 22, Oct. 23,
Reserve
191+0
19U0
District
19U1
19/41
Boston
New York
Philadelphia
Cleveland
Richmond
Atlanta
Chicago
St. Louis
Minneapolis
Kansas City
Dallas
San Franc isco

759
5,19U
735

886

535
U32
1,909
Ul9
25U

396
358
1,008

Total, 27U reporting centers
New York City*
l + Other leading centers*
lO
133 Other centers

1 2 ,8 8 b
U,758
7 ,02l
+

1,102

600
3,379
115
++

621
359
297

1,366

305
171+
293
2+
13
731
8,811+
3,052
U,985
777

7.31U

52 ,1+10

5,901

141,320

5,396
7,36U
7,616
9,951
5,502
14,065
3,258
i,+6
+15
20,1+17
15,1429
3,135
i+,387
2,110
2,752
3,382
1.+5
+10
2,567
3,1+97
8,873
11,171+
133,628
103,053
1+7,805 ■ 37,572
7i+,o6o
56,l4U2
9,038
11,763

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5;
2

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DEBITS BY BANKS IN EACH REPORTING CENTERS,DURING THE WEEK ENDED OCTOBER 22, I9I I
+
(In thousands of dollars)
DISTRICT NO. 2 - NEW YORK (Contfd)
DISTRICT NO. 1 - BOSTON
^lmira
N. Y.
5,79*+
Hartford
Conn.
75,196
t
f
i
t
U,869
Jamestown
New Haven
29,615
t
t
t
f
i ,757,71+0
+
New York
11,160
Waterbury
t
t
l+,996
Poughkeepsie
Maine
5,662
Bangor
t
t
f
t
39,387
Rochester
Portland
15,i+ll+
t
t
29,076
Syracuse
M ass.
Boston
i+7l+,332
t
t
f
!
11,308
Utica
8 ,061+
Brockton
t
t
Fall River
6,891+
t
l
DISTRICT NO. 3 - PHILADELPHIA
Holyoke
l+,629
t
f
5,160
Wilmington
Del. ...... . ~ 39,699
Lowell
t
t
22,071
7,292
N. J.
Camden
Lynn
i
t
f
t
21,700
7,130
Trenton
New Bedford
t
t
9,870
2l
+,676
Penna.
Springfield
Allentown
n
t
t
.3,o5l+
20 ,611+ Altoona
7/orcester
t
t
6,519
i+,658
Chester
Manchester
N . H.
t
t
13,300
Harrisburg
5 + 739
l,
Providence
R. I .
t
!
3,219
3,671
Vt.
Hazleton
Burlington
t
t
5,306
Johnstown
t
t
9,103
Lancaster
DISTRICT
- NEW YORK
f
t
2,361+
Stamford
Conn.
Lebanon
6,910
I
t
3,1479
Montclair
Norristown
N. J .
1 ,529
+
f
t
i
t
51+ ,21+0
9
Philadelphia
Newark
113,891+
f
t
12,322
Northern New Jersey
Reading
t
f
12,767
Clearing House Assn.
Scranton
57,073
f
t
7,529
Wikes-Barre
N. J .
Passaic
12,619
t
t
U, 057
Williamsport
58,388
Albany
N . Y.
t
t
8,1+68
York
Binghamton
7,388
Buffalo
79,738
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*Included in the national series covering I 4I centers,available beginning with 1919«
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Form F. R. 285-a
DEBITS BY BANKS IN EACH REPORTING CENTER,DURING THE WEEK ENDED OCTOBER 22, 191+1
(In thousands of dollars)
DISTRICT NO. 6 - ATLANTA (Cont'd)
DISTRICT NO. 1 * CLEVELAND
+
2*021
Ga.
Albany
Lexington
Ky.
6 ,1+36
it
88,ll+l
Atlanta
Ohio
26,812
Akron
n
1
1
Augusta
7,999
Canton
15,130
tt
!
!
Brunswick
992
Cincinnati
132,778
tt
ft
Columbus
7,11+9
Cleveland
232,733
tt
T
t
1+66
Elberton
Columbus
58,659
tt
tt
7,901+
Macon
Dayton
21+.657
tt
tt
1,106
Newnan
Hamilton
3,889
tt
tt
10,520
Savannah
Lima
U,U00
tt
tt
Valdosta
1,852
Lorain
1,671
tt
La.
New Orleans
Midddletown
3,890
87,313
tf
Miss.
Hattiesburg
3,185.
Springfield
5,81+9
tt
tt
Jackson
9,223
Steubenville
3,01+2
tt
tt
Meridiem
l+,705
Toledo
U9,2»+3
tt
tt
3,121+
Vicksburg
Warren
l,+2
+l3
tt
Tenn.
Chattanooga
Youngstown
17,075
19,205
tt
tt
Knoxville
Zanesville
10,799
2,963
tt
Nashville
37,51+2
3,282
Pa.
Butler
tt
Erie
11,21+9
tt
DISTRICT NO,. 7 - CHICAGO
1,110
Franklin
tt
3,780
Aurora
111.
Greensburg
3,015
tt
tt
Bloomington
3,538
Homestead
1,381+
tt
Champaign-Urbana
3,816
1 ,571
+
Oil City
tt
1,112,181
Chicago
Pittsburgh
255,798
tt
Danville
W. Va.
Wheeling
3,231
10,197
tt
Decatur
7,2i+l
tt
■^lgin
DISTRICT NO. 5 - RICHMOND
2,753
tt
Moline
3,886
Washington
i). C,
106,351
tt
21,050
Peoria
Md.
Baltimore
166,385
tt
tt
Rockford
10,796
Cumberland
2,882
T
f
tt
7,1+86
Springfield
Hagerstown
3,297
Ind.
Fort Wayne
11,780
Asheville
N. C.
5,062
tt
tt
Gary
Charlotte
6,32?
27,223
tt
tt
Hammond
Durham
3,13$
15,198
T
t
tt
Indianapolis
Greensboro
76,71+9
7,369
tt
tt
17,618
South Bend
Raleigh
15,01+3
tt
tt
Terre Haute
8,28j
Wilmington
5,679
tt
Iowa
Cedar Rapids
Winston-Salem
10,199
15,1+72
tt
S. C*
Clinton
2,267
Charleston
8,837
tt
tt
Davenport
Columbia
8,2i+0
7,654
tt
tt
Des Moines
Greenville
9,21+2
25,21+5
tt
tf.
Dubuque
Spartanburg
3,690
1+.752
tt
Mason City
Danville
Va*
3,li+6
6,530
tt
tt
Muscatine
Lynchburg
l+,562
1,307
tt
tt
Waterloo
Newport News
i
+,060
7,395
tt
tt
Sioux City
13,72©
Norfolk
22,277
tt
Mich.
Adrian
Portsmouth
1,1+57
2,01+5
tt
T
t
1+.358
Battle Creek
Richmond
59,585
tt
ft
Bay City
Roanoke
l,+3
+l5
10,007
tt
Detroit
Charleston
t. Va.
f
31+6,783
18,193
tt
n
Flint
8 ,1+60
Huntington
6,591
tt
Grand Rapids
19,180
tt
Jackson
DISTRICT NO. 6 - ATLANTA
6,1+32
tt
8,070
Kalamazoo
Birmingham
Ala.
1+
1,1142
tt
Tt
9,068
Lansing
Dothan
2,021
T
t
If
Saginaw
Mobile
8,1+30
' 20,1+92
ft
Wis*
5,260
Green Bay
Montgomery
10,051+
tt
Manitowoc
Jacksonville
Fla.
28,310
2, + 1
15+
tt
tt
Milwaukee
Miami
15,201
95,675
tt
tt
2,892
Oshkosh
Pensacola
1+,031
tt
tt
Sheboygan
Tampa
9,686
6,731+




Form F. R. 285-b
DEBITS BY BAMS IN EACH REPORTING- CENTER,DURING THE WEEK ENDED OCTOBER 22, 194-1 :
fin thousands of dollars’
)
DISTRICT NO. 8 - ST. LOUIS
DISTRICT NO. 10 - KANSAS CITY (Cont'd)
Muskogee
Okla.
El Dorado
Ark.
3,024
1,917
tt
Fort Smith
Oklahoma City
34. 861
,
4,579
tt
Okmulgee
Helena
1,051
731
tt
Little Rock
Tulsa
16,489
50,976
Pine Bluff
Casper
Wyo.
2,785
5,993
Tt
Cheyenne
Texarkana
3,108
(See also Tex.)
1,985
East St. Louis & Nat fl
DISTRICT NO. 11 - DALLAS
Ari z.
Stock Yards
Tucson
111.
15,580
4,077
Quincy
Shreveport
La.
2,64-5
17,277
Evansville
Roswell
Ind.
N. M.
n,4o4
1,385
Louisville
Abilene
Ky.
Tex.
4,638
62,924.
tt
Owensboro
Austin
12,576
2,257
Tt
Greenville
Mi ss.
Beaumont
3,302
10,057
TT
St. Louis
Mo.Corsicana
204,980
1,74b
fT
Sedalia
Dallas
623
110,389
TT
Springfield
El Paso
11,686
4 ,965
tt
Memphis
Tenn.
Fort Worth
80,102
32,161
ft
Galveston
7,570
Tt
DISTRICT NO. 9 - MINNEAPOLIS
Houston
97,579
tt
Duluth
. Minn.
Port Arthur
17*345
3,371+
ft
Minneapolis
San Antonio
13.3,364
25,609
IT
Red Wing
Texarkana
562
St. Paul
(See also Ark. /
55,281+
1,803
M
Tt
South St. Paul
Tyler
9,44-8
4,256
Tt
Winona
Waco
2,022
5,049
rt
Billings
Mont.
Wichita Falls
5,201+
7,135
Helena
4,259
N. D.
Dickinson
DISTRICT NO. 12 - SAN FRANCISCO
658
Fargo
Ariz.
Phoenix
7,681
15,700
T
!
Grand Forks ;
Bakersfield
Calif.
1,892
6,170
rt
JamestoTim
Berkeley
9,766
555
tt
Minot
Fresno
1,852
13,820
tt
Aberdeen
D.
Long Beach
1,656
14,246
it
Sioux City
Los Angeles
6,992
293,759
tt
La Crosse
Wis.
Oakland
1+0,802
3,215
f!
tt
Superior
Pasadena
1,795
7,953
ft
Sacramento
32,066
Tt
DISTRICT NO. 10 - KANSAS CITY
San Bernardino
3,642
TT
Colorado Springs
Colo.
San Diego
27,576
3,751
tt
IT
Denver
San Francisco
55,126
270,609
TT
Grand Junction
San Jose
1,027
8,952
tt
Pueblo
Santa Barbara
3,430
2,751
tt
Atchison
Kans.
Stockton
8,000
1,075
Hutchinson
tio is e
Idaho
3,164
7,499
Independence
Reno
Nev.
694
4,319
Kansas City
Ora*
Eugene
3,920
5,345
tt
Lawrence
Portland
6 + 289
1,
895
11
Pittsburg
Salem
5,508
1,204
Topeka
Ogden
Utah
5,708
4,269
tt
Wichita
Salt Lake City
17,095
27,847
Joplin
Mo.
Wash.
Bellingham
2,622
3,530
Kansas City
Everett
110,158
2,979
tt
tt
St. Joseph
Seattle
8,633
86,739
tt
Fremont
Neb.
Spokane
865
17,679
1!
11
Linccln
Tacoma
8,189
15,132
I)
tt
Quaha
Walla Walla
2,688
51, 7 1 .
6)
tt
Albuquerque
N. M.
Yakima
5,241
6,637
Bartlesville
Okla.
10,128
tt
Enid
3,589
ti
Guthrie
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