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STATEMENT IOR TH£ PRESS
S t . 3124.
Federal Reserve Board,
Oct. 28, 1922.

Released for publication
Sunday morning, Oct. 29;
not earlier.

BANK DEBITS.
Volume of business for the week ending October 25 was $9 ,5 6 4 ,0 0 0 ,0 0 0 ,
$280,000,000 less than for the preceding week.
This decline is noted m spite, ot
the fact that the current week contains six business days, while the preceding^week,
owing to the inclusion of Columbus day, contained in many cities only five business
days. The decline is in accordance with the customary recession after the mid­
month week.
For the corresponding week in 1921 the volune of business was $7 ,6o6 ,000,000,
the total for the week under review being larger by $1.,958,000,000, or about 26 per
cent.
Increased figures for the present year are reported for all the leading cen­
ters, except Baltimore and San Francisco, the increase for New York City alone
amounting to $ 1 ,4 2 5 ,0 0 0 ,0 0 0 , or about 38 per cent,
The volune of business is measured by debits to individual accounts reported to
the Federal Reserve Board for banks in leading centers.
The total nunber of centers
reporting this week is 247, of which 163 are included in the siraaary by Federal re­
serve districts.

DEBITS TO INDIVIDUAL ACCOUNTS BY BANKS IN REPORTING CENTERS
________ SUMMARY OF FEDERAL RESERVE DISTRICTS
Week ending
Number of
Federal
centers
Reserve
Oct, IS , 1922
Oct. 26, 1921
Oct. 25, 1922
included
District
(In thousands of dollars)
458,107
542,023
507,831
14
Boston
1.
,858,707
5 , 297,016
3
5,304,373
7
2, New York
353,412
4s 4,583
461,151
Philadelphia
13
3.
405,452
523,167
493,239
4. Cleveland
13
204,969
226,451
216,290
11
5. Richmond
188,l6l
205,827
cis,259
Atlanta
6.
15
941,567
1 , 119,834
1 030,968
24
7. Chicago
209,ss4
284,511
249,961
S
8. St, Louis
l4i,l66
174,021
11
153^53
9. Minneapolis
234,740
279,442
275,34S
16
10 . Kansas City
153,294
185,104
176,271
1 1 . Dallas
13
456,920
509,152
489,740
IS
12 . San Francisco

,

TOTAL

163

9,564,452

9,843,563

7,606,379

REPORTING CENTERS BY FEDERAL RESERVE DISTRICTS
(in thousands of dollars)
DISTRICT No. 1 - BOSTON
3.S44
Bangor, Me.
3,329
3,319
371,286
318,167
Boston, Mass.
340,055
5,612
4,875
Brockton, Mass,
8,496
7,077
Fall River, Mass.
8,485
16 , 626 .
•
31,160
♦
21,565
Hartford, Conn.
3 , sol
4,o4l
2,757
Holyoke, Mass.
4,570
5,320
5,524
Lowell, Mass.
6,410
Lynn, Mass.
8,095
4,io6
3 ,s 6o
4,001
Manchester, N. H.
8,378
6,571
New Bedford, Mass.
8,335
15,420
19,286
18,148
New Haven, Conn.
6,474
8,074
9,631
Portland, Me.
37,470
Providence, R. I,
40,379
43,329
16,424
18,042
13,694
Springfield, Mass,
6,904
Waterbury, Conn.
4,993
7,195
13,429
16,678
Worcester, Mass,
17,718

H




DEBITS TO INDIVIDUAL ACCOUNTS BY BANKS IN BEPORTING CENTEIIS
"
j
Week ending_________
Oct. 25, 1922

Oct.

IS, 1922

S t .312Ua.

Oct. 2 6 , 1921

(in thousands of dollars)
DISTRICT No. 2 - NEW YORK
Albany, N, Y.
Binghamton, N. Y.
Buffalo, N. Y.
Elmira, N. Y.
Jamestovm, N. Y.
Montclair, N, J.
Newark, N. J .
New York, N. Y.
Ko, New Jersey Clearing
House Association
Passaic, N. J.
Rochester, N. Y.
Stamford, Conn,
Syracuse, N. Y.
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, P a .
Reading, Pa.
Scranton, Pa,
Trenton, N. J,
Wilkes-Barre, Pa,
Williamsport, Pa,
Wilmington, Del,
York, Pa,
DISTRICT No. 4 - CLEVELAND
Akron, Ohio
Butler, Pa,
Canton, Ohio
Cincinnati, Ohio
Cleveland, Ohio
Columbus, Ohio
Connellsville, Pa,
Dayton, Ohio
Erie, Pa.
Greensburg, Pa,
Homestead, Pa.
Lexington, Ky.
Lima, Ohio
Lorain, Ohio
New Brighton, Pa,
Oil City, Pa,
Pittsburgh, Pa,
Springfield, Ohio
Toledo, Ohio
Warren, Ohio
Wheeling, W, Va,
Youngstown, Ohio
’
Zanesville, Ohio




18,029
4,127

6*+, 856
3,336
3,731

2,678
57,221
5 , 165,932
36,462
6,222

31,278
2 ,579

19,915
3,626

l6,6*+7

6 7 ,2 7 4
3.93S
3 ,9 8 9
2 ,755
58,050

53,

5 , 151,313
39,05*+
6 ,7 3 4
33,487

13,929
6,367
3,445

6,537
3 ,7 9 0
11,472
7,3 1 3
8 ,6 8 4
2 , 49s
5.412
6,157
1,597
933
390,377

4,452
7 ,3 7 8

2,303
*+,841

5,615
1,302
80H

371,510
8 ,806

16,786
12,111

7,909
4,443
9 ,4 2 7
4 ,4 2 8

l*+,609
2,6s*+
3 ,3 2 4

67,740
127,614
31,194
1,286
14,446

6,549
5,027
83s
4 ,585
3,04o

1,277

1,94s
3 ,2 9 5

192,603
4,252
34,902

2,234
9 ,7 3 2
11,593
2 ,818

3,741,327

5,005

2 5 , 531+

2,878
14,117

9 ,142

31

9,169
14,304
12,694
9 ,4 2 0
*+,683
8 ,1 6 7
4.413

12,81*+
2,431
9 ,9 0 5
74,069
164,624
34,935
1,51S

12,650

3,107
3,939
5,312
4,067
M 79

27 H

5?
6,686

16,258
10,526
8 , 58*+
3,649
5,926
3,621

12,665
61,091
102,972

25,513

15,632

12,663

7,003

5,485
4,869

6,030
717
4 ,5 5 5
3,218
1,551
2 .2 8 4
3 ,4 4 6
167,787
5 ,7 6 4
3 7 ,700
3 .284
11,377
15,131
3,146

3,^09

2,620
153,393
3,539

3,286
3,447
. -

Week end inn;
Oct, 25, 1922

Oct. 1S,1922

....
Oct. 26 , 1921

(In thousands of dollars)
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,
Greenville, S. C.
Hagerstown, Md.
Huntington, W. Va.
Lynchburg, Va.
Newport News, Va.
Norfolk, Va.
Raleigh, N, C.
Richmond, Va.
Roc'roice, Va.
rpiu-t«r.burg, S. C.
Washington, D, C.
Wi’.roington, N. C.
Winston-Salem, N. C.
DISTRICT No. 6 - ATLANTA
Albany, Ga.
At Xant/ q i Ga »
Augusta, Ga.
Birminghani, A1 a.
Brnncvjick, GaCha 11 lxioo :: a v Tenn •
ColvrScxii, Gar
Cordeles Ga*
Dothan, Ala,
Elbert.on, Ga,
Jacks on, Miss*
Jaokso nvill o , FI a*
Knozv ilie , Tenn,
Ma<;on, Ga.
Meridian, Miss,
Mobile, Ala.
Mon tgoru3 ry , A1 a .
Nash v j 11 a t Tenn.
Newnan, Ga%
New Or ]. e an s, La *
Pensacola, Fla.

Savaanab., Ga.
Tampa, Fla.
Valdosta, Ga*
Vicksburg, Miss.




/

4,483

8 1 ,4 67
4,859
8 ,8 9 4
8 ,486
5,921
1,840
3,716
5,962
4 ,5 0 4
3,700
2,183
5 >247
4 ,2 2 4

1,601
18,318
9 .400

32,017

4,903
88,307
4 ,666

9,207
9 ,1 1 4
5,387
2,140
3 ,5 9 6
4,948
4 ,855

5,200
2,370
6,249
4,736
1 ,682
17,441
4 . 7 OO
35 >-75

5,460
2,582
40,834
6,011

6,192
3,320
44,091

6,781

11,994

1,033
27.311
7.568
I 8 .S 96
'677
7.253

3,646
492
1,023
244
2,557

6,021

1,300
30,846
8 , *,42
24,579
c22
• 8 ,6 2 4
3 , r ;o2
Soo

900

94,655
5,709
5,844
5,050
3,648
4,434
-

14,017
3,600
25,620
37,443
4,949
-

25,081
6,793
13,31S
6 ,797
-

-

246

-

3,034

-

6,711

11.2 3 1

10.537

5 >813
4 .8 3 0
2,397
7? 526
5,^30
17,146
462

7,605

5,676
4,228
6,355

l,4 n
10,931

5,293
2/730
7 , 78b
5 ; 5 39
17>257
394
72 , Sb2
1,351
9»930

5,357

5,549

1,013
2,267

2,107

72,957

3,819
28,185
-

61,049

1*092
10,800
4,408

1,037
1,849

d e b i t s to

I n d iv id u a l

Oct. 25. 1922
DISTRICT No. 7 - CHICAGO
Adrian, Mich
Aurora, 111.
Bay City, Mich.
Bloomington, 111.
Cedar Rapids, Iowa
Chicago, 111.
Danville, 111.
Davenport, Iowa
Decatur, 1 1 1 .
Des Moines, Iowa
Detroit, Mich.
Dubuque, Iowa
Flint, Mich.
Fort Wayne, Ind.
Gary, Ind.
Grand Rapids, Mich.
Hammond, Ind.
Indianapolis, Ind.
Jackson, Mich.
Kalamazoo, Mich.
Lansing, Mich.
Mason City, Iowa
Milwaukee, Wis.
Moline, 1 1 1 .
Muscatine, Iowa
Oshkosh, Wis.
Peoria, 111.
Rockford, 1 1 1 .
Saginaw, Mich.
Sioux City, Iowa
South 3 end, Ind.
Springfield, 111.
Waterloo, Iowa

st.Vi.24c
Week ending
Oct. 26. 1921
| Oct. IS. 1922
(In thousands of dollars)

accounts by banks in r e p o r tin g centers

659
2,959
2,440
2,233
4,922

654,477
2,300
7,609
3,556
19,363
143,46s
3,304
7,421
6,971
2,563
14,920
3,570
32,194
4,234
4,350
6,533
2,519
63, 52s

F5

3,fel
2,4S2
2,435
5,450
752,272

620,854

2,600
s ,023
3,475

7,219
2,794

15,868
114,577

2,292

2,633

5,279
7,518
3,185

5,327
6,317

16,136

20,462

3.400
41,903
4,325
4,cS4
6.400

31,351
3,950
4,124
5,397

2,076
63,250
1,886
10,528

4,550
4,785

5,181
5,04b

16,105

17,205

DISTRICT No. 8 - ST, LOUIS
East St. Louis and
Nat *1 Stock Yards, 111.
10,280
Evansville, Ind.
7,349
Fort Smith, Ark.
3,551
Greenville, Miss,
933
2,106
Helena, Ark.
Little Rock, Ark.
15,491
Louisville, Ky.
33 ,635
Memphis, Tenn.
38, 06s
Owensboro, Ky.
...
1,025
Quincy, 111.
2,377
St. Louis, Mo.
139,896
Springfield, Mo.
2,865

9,044

17, S 7
122,664

1,920
1,467
2,300
9,160

8,080
5,161
4,169

2,362
1,9 11

53,674
1,522

1,516
2.400

7,979
5,849
4,081

10,136
6,949
3,677
1,013
2,240

7,223
4,088
7,191
5,84?

5,006

2,826

8,259
4,918

15,166

10,740

35,416
39,333

28,892

1,2 12
2,665
171,528
3,318

29,135

2,060
123,341

2,539

DISTRICT No. 9 - MINNEAPOLIS
Aberdeen, S. D,
1,304
1,429
1,217
Billings, Mont,
2,100
1,975
1,798
Dickinson, N. D.
4l6
393
Duluth, M im .
20,467
18,882
25,037
Fargo, N. D.
3,250
2,722
3,272
Grand Forks, N. D.
2,328
2,738
1,970
Great Falls, Mont,
1,831
Helena, Mont.
2,398
2,918
2,763
Jamestown, N, D.
484
580
Lewistown, Mont.
1,438
1,567
Minneapolis, Minn.
80,558
89,252
75,338
Minot, N. D. ■
1,784
1,543
Red Wing, Minn.
479
500
St, Paul, Minn.
*(35,230)40,962
*(40,529)46,925
29,622
Sioux Falls, S. D.
3,6l6
3,302
3,57?
Superior, Wis.
2,181
2 , 10b
1,792
Winona, Minn,
1,104
936
927

♦Debits of banks which submitted reports in 1921


DEBITS TO INDIVIDUAL ACCOUNTS BY BANKS IK REPORTING CENTERS

S t.3 1 2 4 d

Week ending
Oct. 25, 1922

Oct. 16, 1922

J

Oct. 26 , 1921

(In thousands of dollars)
DISTRICT No. 10 - KANSAS CITY
Atchison, Kans.
Bartlesville, Okla.
Casper, Wyo.
Cheyenne, % o .
Colorado Springs, Colo.
Denver, Colo.
Enid, Okla.
Fremont, Neb.
Grand Island, Neb.
Grand Junction, Colo.
Guthrie, Okla.
Hutchinson, Kans.
Independence, Kans.
Joplin, Me.
Kansas City, Kans.
Kansas City, Me,
Lawrence, Kans.
McAlester, Okla.
Muskogee, Okla.
Oklahoma City, Okla.
Okmulgee, Okla.
Ctaaha, Neb.
Parsons, Kans.
Pittsburg, Kans.
Pueblo, Colo,
St. Joseph, Mo.
Topeka, Kans.
Tulsa, Okla.
Wichita, Kans,
DISTRICT No. 11 - DALLAS
Albuquerque, N. M.
Austin, Tex.
Beaumont, Tex.
Corsicana, Tex.
Dallas, Tex.
El Paso, Tex.
Ft. Worth, Tex.
Galveston, Tex.
Houston, Tex.
Roswell, N. M.
San Antonio, Tex.
Shreveport, La.
Texarkana, Tex.
. Tuceon, Ariz.
Waco, Tex,
L




1,285
1,992
3,962

6,388
2,774
49,910
2,598
202
1,492
755
999
2,908

1,923
2,473

1,504
2,275
3,821
2,839
2,899
42,639
2,874
724

1,469
690
922
2,988
2,914
3,001

1,232
1,469
-

1,342
2,346

34,002
-

1,072
3 , 202

3,357
85,163
776

3,536
82,726
l,o4o

-

1,16 2

1,499

-

8,111
17,082
1,690
47,724
1,020
1,252
3,258
13,931
3,225
18,973
9,102

2,103
18,939
1,868

2,142
4,031
3,776
1,201
47,611
7,175
23,875

29,852
33,312
732
6,935
8,086
1,550
2,022
5,902

71,824

3,934

21,429

54,072
91 s
1,325

41,962
-

3,288

5,488

16,201

17,549
3,613
14,949
9,307

3,850

22,513
11,057
2,429

5,165

-

1,7 7 1
2,757

3,802
1,599

3,111

52,673
6,903
23,460

39,202
7,044
28,842

29,128
35,538

21,360

670
7,655

2,60S

1,796
1,627
6,320

-

28,550
6,123
7,103
1,473
1, 696
4,262

DEBITS TO IJM 1 VIDUAl AUUUUi'llO iil
U
J

Oct. 25, 1922

l-u
i vWeek ending
Oct. 18, 1922

.....

w v ,

Oct. 26, 1921

DISTRICT No. 12 - SAN FRANCISCO
Bakersfield, Calif,
Bellingham, Wash,
Berkeley, Calif.
Boise, Ida.
Eugene, Ore,
Fresno, Calif.

Long Beach, Calif.
Los Angeles, Calif.
Oakland, Calif,
Ogden, Utah.
Pasadena, Calif.
Phoenix, Ariz,
Portland, Ore
Reno, Nev,
Ritzville, Wash.
Sacramento, Calif,
Salt Lake City, Utah
San Bernardino, Calif.
San Diego, Calif.
San Francisco, Calif.
San Jose, Calif.
Seattle, Wash.
Spokane, Wash.
Stockton, Calif.
Tacoma, Wash.
Yakima, Wash.




1 *733
1)689
3,634

1,956
1,943
3,942
3,018

2,957
2,600
9,569
123,543
22,363

• 2,356

3,015

2,220
18,747
11,009
132,573
26,294
5,473

6,331
4,4-32

36,412
-2,684
142
13,263
l4 ,4 l9

1,351
8,864
172,901
6,815

6,020

4,065
32,999
2,769
216
18,605
14,921
1,468
9,4o4

166,277
5,258

J~ -

15,129
5,407
103,040

16,904
3,656
4,966
40,717
2,471
15,978
13,084
7,177
179,526
5,507

37,461

39,000

11,599
5,803

13,417
4,808

9,581
5,056

8 ,364
2,753

10,077
2,761

3,480

30,126
8,029

-