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STATEMENT JK THE PRESS
JR
Released'for publication
Sunday morning, Sept. 27;
not earlier.

4666
Federal Reserve-Board,
September 26, 1925*
BAST? DEBITS

Debits to individual accoxmts, as reported to the Federal Be serve Board by
banks in leading cities for the week ending September 23, aggregated $11,678,000,000
or 4 per cent below the total of $12, 152,000,000 reported for the preceding week.
New York City reported a reduction of $194,000,000, Cleveland of $37,000,000, Los
.Angeles of $29,000,000, San Francisco ’of $28,000,000 and Philadelphia of $19,000,000,
while Detroit reported an increase of $32,000,000.
As compared with the week ending September 24, 1924, debits for the week under
review are larger by $2,008,000,000 or 21 per cent. The principal increases re­
ported we r t New York City $1,194,000,000, Chicago $110,000,000, Detroit $59,000,000,
e
Philadelphia $50,000,000, San Francisco $39)000,000, Boston $38,000,000, St. Louis
$37,000,000, and Los Angeles $36,000,000. •
Aggregate debits for l4l. centers for which figures have been published weekly
since January, 1919> amounted to $10,998,4-73,000, as compared with $11,430,014,000
for the preceding week and $9,090,215,000 for the week ending September 24, 1924.
'
Debits to individual accounts were reported to the Federal Beserve Board for
banks in 255 centers, of which 254 are included in the summary by Federal reserve
districts.

Federal
Beserve
District
No. 1
2
3
4
5
6
7
S
9
10
11
12

DEBITS TO INDIVIDUAL ACCOUNTS BY BANKS IN REPORTING CENTERS
Week
e n d i n g
Number of
centers
Sept. 16,1925 Sept. 24, 1924
included S e p t . 23,1925

- Boston
-New Yorir
- Philadelphia
- Cleveland
- Bicbmond
- Atlanta
- Chicago
- St. Louis
- Minneapolis
- Kansas City
- Dallas
- San Francisco
'TOTAL

16
lU
lg
22
2^
23
36
yj
28
15
___ 28___
254

(in thousands of dollars)
569,776
^89,480
513,859
6,312,480 6,530,964
' 5,078,103
510,718
3U3 .067
455,036
644,791
702,705
560,115
300,913
308,370
250,658
314,129
317,961
238,560
1 ,314,352
1 ,301,704
1,105,180
330,528
331,260
253,510
221,761
234,373
202,242
292,852
331.0S8
275,234
169,870
175,755
161,153
695.871_________ 784.921
576.627
11,678,041

12,151,648

9,670,277

REPOBTING CENTERS BY FEDERAL BESERVE DISTRICTS
(In thousands of dollars)
DISTPICT NO. 1- BOSTON
Bangor, M3.
Boston, Mass.
Brockton, Mass.
Fal1 Biv er, Mas 8.
Hartford, Conn.
Holyoke, Mass.
Lowell, Mass.
Lynn, Mass.
Manchester, N. H.
New Bedford, Mass.
New Haven, Conn.
Portland, Me.
Providence, B. I.
Springfield, Mass.
Waterbury, Conra.
Worcester, Mass.



2,836
390,034
5,428
7,448
28,470
3,728
4, 247.
7,242 .
3,814
6,911
'22,302
9,449
• 36,724
19,010
5,200
16,933

4,353
400,104
5,800
7,23S
28,913
' 3 , S61
5,032
■
7,965
4,185
■ 8,048
23,877
11,339
35,344
• 16,222
. 8,242
18,957

3,376
351,630
4,313
5,563
26,244
2,995
3,323
5,652
3,407
6,544
19,985
8,975
32,92b
15,808
7,163
15,950

DEBIT'S TO INDIVIDUAL ACCOUNTS Bv BASKS IN

W e 3 k

e 11 t 1 n
!

! Sept. 23, 1925

jSer>t. lo. 19

I

t

_

____

( i n th o u s a n d s
D IS T R IC T NO.
‘

St.,'4666a

E 5P O B T IN G C M T E B S

jtj

____ ■ ,

Sept. 24, .1924
i

_________•

of d o l l a r s )

2 - NE?r YORK

A l b a n y , ■N.

Y.

M ngbarnt otij

N.

Y.

B u ffa lo , N. Y .
E lm ir a , N . Y.
Ja m e sto w n ; N . Y .
M o n tclair, N . J .
N e w a rk , N . j .
New York* N . Yi

19,431
4,744
80,289
4,104
4,705
4,047

28,650
5,673

25,980
4 ,335

80,601
4,841
5,S37
4,169
77,862
6,195,788

63,250
'3,817
4,045
3,533
63,769
4,807,922

53,727
10,511
4,092
39,388
3, £39
15,986

41,579
. 7,'S3l
2,945
31,575
2,915
14,607

8 ,173

8,591

3,83?
14,943
5,991
8,953
3, 4i6
5,405
6,514

4,029

6,936
3,245
11,868
5,980
9,606
3,342
5,387
6,030
1,540
261
330,513
8,695
17,90P
17,316
9,874
4,175
7,723
4,o45

7 5 ,7 0 9

6,001,422

N o r t h e r n New J e r s e y C l e a r i n g
Hoii.se A s s o c i a t i o n
P a s s a i c , N» J .
Po u gh k 3eps i e , N . Y »
Rochas t ^ r , N , Y .
S t a m fo r d , Conn.
S y r a c u s e , 11. Y .

46,621
9,795
3,502
36,080
4,106
17,9 25

DISTB1ST NO. 3 - PHILADELPHIA
A llentow n , P a .
A lto o na, P a.
C fsnd e n , N . J .
Chester, Pa.

*
>
H a r r i s burn:, ’P<
H azleto n, P a.
Johnstow n, P a .
Lancaster, P a.
Lebanon, Pa.
N o rr isto w n , P a .
P h ila d elp h ia, Pa;
"Reading, P a .
Scranton, P a .
Trenton, N. J .
W il k e s - B a r r e , p a .
W illia m s p o rt, P a .
W ilm in g to n , D e l .
York, Pa.
D I S T R I C T NO.

4

C a n to n , O h io
C in c in n at i , Oh i o
C 1 ev el and , O h i o
Colum bus, O h i o
C c n n e llsv ille, Pa.
D a y t o n , O h io
E rie, Pa.
Greensburg,

Pa.

H o m estead, P a .
L e x in g to n , Ky.
L im a , O h io
L o r a i n , O h io
O il C it y , P a .
P ittsb u rg h , P a .
Sp rin g fic ld ,

O h io

O h io

W a r r e n , O h io
W h e elin g ,
Va.
Y o u n g sto w n , O h io
Z anesville,

1,060
380,147
10,035
15,500
15,380
10,494
. 4,491
9,256
4,817

11,530

4,433
10,474
5,436

- CLEVELAND

A k ro n , O h io
B ut l o r ,’ P a .

T o le d o ,

1,705

15,956
5,953
9,512
3,234
5,929
7,184
1,908
93*+
399,369
11,803
18,700
i.s,0S7

C h ic




26,153
2,376
10,117

84,448

148,055
’41,739
1,024

16,900
8 , 946
4,577
l,lcl
4,059
3,968
1,703
-3,609
202,6° 3
5,046.
46,446
2,956
9,780
15,917
3 ,11s

32,343
2,623
12,577
86,354
184,572
41,300
1,095
20,907
9,406
5,290
972
4,279
4.091

2,179
4,129
19S, 566
5,763
50,290
4.092
10,162
18,459
2,956

17,326
2,500
9,607
65,514
132,444
28,9 32
973
15,277
7,460
5,247
829
3,6 o 2
4,122
i,6si
3,559
184,761
4,196
41,475
2,429
10,376
14,462
3,263

l_Jj±'g.I- TO INDIVIDUAL ACCOUNTS BY BANES IN BIPCBTIN3 CEETUvS
TS
I '. J L J . 6 Jlil J: - £
Sept.

£ 3.

1925
(In

D IS T R IC T N O .

loflS-£j Sept.

Sept.

thousands

1924

of do llars)

5 - RICHMOND

A sh e v ille ,
B a lt im o r e ,

N. C.
Md.

C harlesto n, S . C.
Cl- ariestcn, W. Va.
C h a r l o t t e , N . C.
C o lu m b ia , S . C.
C u m b e rlan d , M d .
D a n v ille, Va.
Durham ,

j

St. kSSi

N.

G reensboro,
G reenville,

C.
N.
S.

C.
C.

’ Hagerstow n, M d.
H u n t i n g t o n , W. V a .
•L y n c h b u r g , V a .
N ew port N e w s , V a .
N o r f o l k , V a.
R a l e i g h , N , C.
R ichm ond, V a.
Roanoke, V a.
Spartanburg, S
W ash ing ton , D.
W il m in g t o n , N.
W in s to n - S a le m ,

. C.
C.
C.
N. C.

7,724
92, b67
6,211
8,333
12,335
4,620
2,125
1,733
6-l ? .
L2
4,?56
4, £51
2,575
6,133
4, 691
2,032
14,227
7,210
37,654
5,796
4,64s
^313
4,t4b
9,592

•

5,377
99,56s
4,fc'6l
8,^34
11,218
5,337
2.210
1>S^7
6,079
5,344
4,933
2,610
6,758
4,357
2,4 ?3
15,210
7,131
37,727
6.6 64
3', 593
52,002
5,281
8,031

5,75S
SO,200
5.566
7; 207
10,113
3,653
1,937
2,131
4,493
4,343
4,942
2,295
5,629
3,701
1.504
12, 898
4,03328,752
5,143
2,917
41,531
3,715
7,597

ISTRICT NC. 6 - ATLANTA
A1bany , Ga.
Atlanta, Ga.
Augus ta, Ga.
Birmingham, Ala.
Brunswick, Ga.
Chattanooga, Tenn.
Columbus, Ga.
Dothan, Ala.
Elbert on, Ga.
Jackson, Miss.
Jacksonville, Fla.
Knoxville, Tsnn.
Macon, Ga.
Meridian, Miss.
Mobile, Ala.
Montgomery, Ala.
Nashville, Tenn.
Newnsn, Ga.
New Orleans, La.
Pensacola, Fla.
Savannah, Ga,
Tarrpa, Fla.
Valdosta, Ga.
Vicksburg, Miss.




1,690
41,925
8,251
34,140
663
9,939
• 3,739
1,436
329
27,441
7,971
6,229
3,910
10,922
6,554
19,196
576
37,417
2,454
i4,si6
19,973
1,733
2,725

1,140

I ,g 4 l

4-1,980
8,329

3 3 ,S l 4

3 7 ,1 0 0
875

11,111
4 ,2 6 2

1,970
290
5 ,0 1 8

24,793
7 , 9 7S
6 ,9 7 4

4,260
9,^63
7 ,3 8 1

21, oS3
667
6 8 ,5 3 7
2 ,1 3 3

10,136
2 1 ,5 5 4
1 , 39£

2,696

■

6,556
22,707
543
7,960
2,395
l , 206
253
3,500
13,323
7,126
5,583
3,619
7,33S
5,393
15,352
445
75,107
1,429
9,443
7,232
1,177
2,255

DEBITS TO INDIVIDUAL ACCOUNTS 3Y BAK73 IN lOWPTIHJ CENTERS
Bt.'4666c
F e e Ir e n S i n g .
Sgpt. 2}, 1023

Sept.16, 1925

Sept. 24, 1924

(In thousands of dollars)
DISTBICT NO. 7 - CHICAGO
Adrian, Mich*
Aurora, 111.
Bay City, Mich.
B1 ormirsgtcn, 111.
Cedev Pa ids, I owa
.p
Chairpalgn, 111.
Chicago, 111.
Danville, 111.
Daverrao rt, Iowa
Decatur, 111.
Des Moines, Iowa
Detroit, Mich.
Dubuque, Iowa
JTlint, Mich.
Eort Wayne, Ind.
Gary, Ind.
Grand Rapids, Mich.
Green B a y , Wis.
Harm
rond , I nd.
Ind ian©p ol is,. Ir.d.
Jackson, Mich.
Kalamaz oc, Mich.
Lansing, Mich.
Mason City, Iowa
Milwaukee, Wis.
Moline, 111.
Muscatine, Iowa
Oshkosh, Wis.
Peoria, 111.
Rockford, 111.
Saginaw, Mich.
Sheboygan, Wis.
Sioux City, Iowa
South Bend, Ind.
Springfield, 111.
Te a Barit e, Ind.
,Waterlc o, Iowa

1,061
3,£63
3,257
2,7£3
£,512

1,208
4,061
2,812
3,457
9,592
2,845 .
772,709
3,321
7,549
4,445
16,706
202,541
3,704
3,636

741
3,590
•2,73^
2,635
£,564
1, 841
658,4o6
3,250
6,055
3,697
19,554
176,075
3,218
6,592

9,069
4,584
22,205
i >273
4,360
35,436
5,324
5,912
9,400
2,361
69,122
2 ,1S4
1,504
3,000
10,390
6,069
6,282
3 , 70s
16,663
11,953
7,935
5,196
4,452

10,536
6 ,32b
20,997
3, 228
4, 540
36,810
5,005
5,658
7.400
2,436
73,352
2, 343
1,345

.8,540
3,738
14,827
2,759
3,840
33,230
4,051
4,635
6,700
2,280
56,957
1,904
1,170
2,200
8,997

11,642
2,6 00
9,502
3,930
1,735
1,818
2 3 >9£6

11,345
2,734
9,550

2,256
768,392
2, £64

6,629

4,393

16,653
234,777
3,619
S ,6l4

• 2 ,6 0 0

10,614
7,009
5,937
4,917
19,491
1 2 ,5 2 1

9,137
5,633
4,695

5 ,0 0 ?
5 ,0 6 i

-

17,578
9,403
6,792
• 4,690
3,809

DISTRICT NO. S - ST. LOUIS
East St. Louis end Nat'l.
Stock Yards, 111.
Eldorado, Ark.
Evansville, Ird.
Fort omi th, Ark.
Greenville, Miss.
Helena, Ark.
Little Rock, Ark.
Louisville, Ky.
Memphis, Tenn.
Owensboro, Ky.
Quincy, 111.
St. Louis, Mo.
Gedalia, Mo.
Spring! ield, Mo.




4 2 ,7 2 1 '

43,08.8
1,600
2,771
1 5 0 ,3 0 0

1,024
3,611

4 ,0 4 1

1,397
2 ,0 5 4

21,221
42,079
43,907

1,237
3 ,1 2 8

183,700
l,l6l
3,646

9,612
1,572
6,774
2,909
774
1,033
16,300
38,710
25,093
994
2,313
143,456
918
3,047

f f : DEBJJS TO INDIVIDUAL ACCQUTTT5 3? BANKS IT R^OPTRJG; GM^.RS .
e c:
T
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_____W_e .• * e n • £ h ^ . ■.> ■r T f
■
Sept. 23, 1925

Sept. 16,1925) Sept. 24, 1 9 #

(in thousands of dollars)
DISTRICT NO. 9 - MIN'TEAPOLIS
Aberdeen, S. D.
Billings, Mont.
Dickinson, !J. D.
Duluth, Mina.
Fargo, N. D. ,
GrantS Forks, N. D.
Hslena, Mont.
Jam38town, N. D.
La Crosss, Wis.
Minneapolis, Minn.
Minot, N. D.
Bed Wing, Minn.
St. Paul, Minn.
Sioux Falls, S. D.
South St. Paul, Minn.
Superior, Wis. ,
Winona, Minn.

1*7850
' 1,377
40 9

■36,273
3,758
• 3,355
3,786
60 5

2,5^5
113,453
1,8.38
622
•37,043
4,505
6,962
1,712
I,0S8

2,008
1,866
443
38,920
■ 4,056
• 2,303

2,388
658
2,651
115,194
1,995
577
42,606
4, 754
6,371
1^344

1,633
' 1,550
360
39,826
2,619
l,fs£0
2,549
426
2.345
100,436
1.346
501
35,287
3,036
5,.38 5
1,896
1,042

DISTRICT NC. 10 - KANSAS CITY
A tch iso n , Kans.
B a r t 1 esv i l 1 e , G k l a*
Gasper, % e .
C h e y e n n e , Wyo*
C d o r a d o Sp rin g s,
D e n v e r , C o lo .
E n id , O k la .
Frem on t,

C o lo .

Neb.

Grand J u n c t i o n ,
• G u t h r i e , O kla*

C olo*

Hut c h i n s o n , K a n s .
In d ep and enc e , Kan 3 .
J o p l i n , Mo.
K a n s a s
C ity , K an s.
K a n s a s C i t y , Mo.
L awr enc e , F a n s .
L in c o ln , Neb.
MeA1 e s t e r , O k l a .
M uskogee, O k la .
O klah om a C i t y , O k l a .
Okrnalgee, O k l a .
Omaha, N e b .
Parsons, Kans.
P it t s b u r g , Kans.
■Pueblo, C o lo .
S t . J o s e p h , Mo#
Topeka, K ans.
T u isa , O kla.
W ic h ita , K ans.




1,243
3,472
.2,613'
1,626
3,427
40,397
3,266
S67
940
916
2,702
2 ,0 6 0

4.270
4,366
85,878
1,163
7,587
3,338
is,7o5
2.270
46,68°
693
1,570
4 ,4 5 1

13,350
3 #18
>0,0-6
10,769

1 ,3 3 7
3 ,4 7 4
3 ,5 7 0

1,768
4 ,0 6 0
4 4 ,1 6 7
3 ,5 0 9
1 ,0 3 2

947
3 ,1 6 4

2.958
£ 7 9
.7
4 ’ 626
9 1 ,3 5 0

■
1,380
7 .9 5 9
1 ,4 0 9
3 ,0 9 8
2 0 ,7 8 6
2 ,5 7 9

50,126
822
1 ,6 8 2
4, Y o o
1 3 ,9 4 7
3 ,9 0 1
.3 7 ,5 1 3

10,761

1 ,4 7 2

2,364
3,109
. 1 ,8 4 0
2 ,8 0 0

39,245
3,357
679
914
084
3,992
2,139
3,036
4,143
s6,566
956
5,654
2,316
1 5 .9 1 S

1,326
46,902
689
1,236
3 ,0 4 7
1 2 ,7 3 3

3,435
I5 ,l b 7

9,510

BY. BAMS IN__RFPOT?TpTft CENTERS
W e e k

Sept. 23, 1925
(In
D IS T R IC T NO.

11

N.

M.

2 ,2 5 7

4,151'

Beai-'-nont, T e x . /
C o r s ic a n a , T e x .
D a lla s , Tex.
El F as c ,

T ex.

Forth,

16,

th o u s a n d s

1925

i n

St. 4666e
a-

Sopt.

24,

1324

of d o l l a r s )

- DALLAS

Albuquerqu e,
Austin-, T e x .

Ft.

Sept.

.e n d

4 , U se

1,603

55,536
*

Tex.

G alvesto n, Tex.
H ouston, Tex.
B o s w e l l , N . M.
Shreveport, L a .

6 ,8 5 1
1 4 ,4 7 8

10,634
4 1 .2 1 0

713

2,381

1,652

3,914

7,394

4,544

3,564

2 ,2 5 2
5 4 ,6 2 0
t

, 32b

14,799
11,415
41,49 3
712

'

1 ,8 6 7
4 5 ,8 4 0
6 , 584
17,291
12.645
36,9!
+9

516
8,294
8,017

D IST R IC T N O.

itiHg6n8t Ore.

2,039

1,£86

4,745

6,115

Los A n g e l e s , C a l i f .
O akland, C a l i f .
Ogd a n , U ta h
Pasadena, C a l if .
A riz.

P o rtlan d , Ore.
R eno , N e v .

U ta h

San B e r n a r d i n o , C a l i f .
San D ieg o , C a l i f .
San .F r a n c is c o , C a l i f .
San J o s e , C a l i f .
S a n t a Barbara,, C a l i f .
S eattle, Fash.
Spokane, F a sh .




1 2 ,2 8 4

1,939

2,927

2, 615
5,136
3,545
1,909
4,099
15,220

1 ,7 5 1

2,052
3 ,4 6 7
2 ,7 9 4
3 ,1 2 5

2,636

1 8 8 ,4 5 1

13,107

9 ,6 3 8
9 ,9 0 0

217,441

36,264

39,569
5,540
£, S66
5,435
46,329
2,474
370
7,93S

152,223

10,539
7 ,4 2 2

6,95S
5,25S
4 0 ,1 8 8

R i t z v i l l e , W a sh .
S a c ram e n to , C a l i f .

Stockton, C a l i f .
Tacom a, F a s h .
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3,311
3,105

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2,202

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B ellin g h a m , W ash.
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2,050
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Tucson, A r is .
Vaco, Tex.

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9,943
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7,497 .
1 8 ,0 2 5
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233,713

6,576

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12,650
6,430
9,960
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16,601

2,466
14,804
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7,425
4,522
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12,151

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4,876
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1 4 ,1 0 7
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, 2,522
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