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DEPOSITS O C U T Y M M E BANKS*/ IN PLACES OF LESS T A 15.000 POPULATION
F O N R E BR
HN
(19U0 CENSUS), BY STATES, FIRST HALF O MARCH, 1$44.
F
1
* ' (Averages of daily f i g u r e s , in thousands of dollars)
x
Demand deposits
Time deposits
except interbank
State'"
TsTKal7 T F T T S i r "2nd half "TstTeTT
1st half W k a l f '
> >
Feb,1944 Mar,1943
Mar.1943 Mar.1944
Mar.1944 Feb.1944
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2/

•1.

Total* 611 s t a t e s
New England

7,649,184 r 7,603.019
275,023

276,19k

h7i033
Maine
1+7,381
50,628
New Hampshire
50,891
30,9k7
Vermont
31,013
102,012
Massachusetts
100,766
652
Rhode I s l a n d
661+
44.922
Connecticut
1+1+,308
l,57h ,613
Middle A t l a n t i c
1
514,619
510,245
New York
360,125
360,629
New J e r s e y
Pennsylvania
710,784
703,739
East North Central 1,575,927 1,561,741
4o4,4n
409,466
Ohio
269,964
271.229
Indiana
555,939
557,682
Illinois
196,275
199,802
Michigan
135,152
137,748
Wisconsin
"1,146,011
West North Central 1,150,019
166,678
165,889
. Minnesota
208,903
210,947
Iowa
168,oo4
169,171
Missouri
46,662
47,593
North Dakota
79,423
79,704
South Dakota
188,845
190,528
Nebraska
286,565
287,118
Kansas
749,085
South A t l a n t i c
750,244
11,062
Delaware
11.296
96,576
Maryland
96,632
206,613
Virginia
207,300
101,180
West V i r g i n i a
102,386
85,435
North Carolina
85,714
47,507
South Carolina
47.930
62,770
Georgia
60,361
137,942
Florida
138,625
416,432
East South C e n t r a l
417,516
178,255
Kentucky
180,843
119,055
Tennessee
120,370
91,584
Alabama
88,934
27,538
Mississippi
27,369
1,145,805
West South C e n t r a l 1.158.690
106,479
106,889
Arkansas
45,540
Louisiana
44,713
212,842
216,072
Oklahoma
781,142
1791,016
Texas
445,545
447,725
Mountain
86,242
Montana
85,850
60,992
Idaho
60,154
49,564
Wyoming
49,695
158,550
Colorado
140,919
58,569
New Mexico
59,i6O
8,297
Arizona
8,429
51,770
Utah
31,734
11,579
Nevada
11,786
287,797
288,512
Pacific
65,684
Washihgion*
64,484
56,785
Qregon
56,918
167,330
167,110
California
For
 f o o t n o t e s ,


see o t h e r s i d e .

5,884,976

3,314.137

3,293,013

232,683
37;26t*
1+6,976
29,313
83,690
673
34,767
1,179,149
371,207
272,610
. 535,332
1,255,177
306,592

153,255

152,237

1+5,008
17,773
32,970
34,1+33
862
22,209

1+4,706

188,600

488,677
168,759

102,549

876,393
131,248

158,441

130,202
33,345
64,579
141,172
217,406
590,643
0,699
74,588
168,695
76,416
74,048
38,819
46,346
103,032
316,051
151,757
90,575

71,806

21,953
902,469
87,625
54,047
174,127
606,672
550,455
62,560
45,210
59,582
100,928
46,594
7,592
22,492
8,097
201,956
45,395
45,167
115,394

454,875
287,926
, 9

M
268,653

88,446

180,725
196,499
110,152
282,760
112,303
53,801
35,298
12,208
18,723
24,533
25,394
306,250
7,970
69,017
113,105

41,600

25,585
8,991
13,221
26,761
85,515
28,242
33,022
18,945
5,508
78.387
14,748
12,085
21,215
30,359

101,648
19,062
11,169
12,145
27,887
6,295
1,915
18,373

4,802

128,359
25,489
15,755
91,117

17,577
32,800
34,229
856
22 ,069
1,319,576

448,429

285,556
585,591
836,082
266,375
88,212
179,505
194,481
107,509
282,122
113,192
53,326
35,073
12,351
18,623
24,386
25,171
304,725
7,930
68,490
112,528
41,559
25,390
8,748
13,684
26,596
87,908
28,017
52,818
21,775
5,500
80,745
15,090
11,959
21,184
52,510
101,965
18,914
11,526
12,025
27,655
6,244

1,886

19.107

4,810

127,6#
25,427
15,645
90,585

2,798,090
131,286
39,200
15,199
29,204
29,519
766
17,398
1,142,393
575,027
242,409
524,957
667,192
208,066
71,002
146,564
152,505
89,257
247,071
94,415
48,455
51,302
9,734
16,104
23,079
24,oo4
264,395
T3T5
57,159
101,575
35,805
21,785
8,090
11,971
20,494
83,257
29,167
29,159
20,335

4,616

77,818

15,552
9,888
21,485
52,893
85,454
16,444
9,195
11,052
24,855
5,552
1,554
15,200
3,782
99 M
18,611
10,159
70,494

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DEPOSITS O C U T Y M M E BAKKSl/ IN URGE AND SMALL CENTERS (I9k0 CENSUS) .
F O N R E BR
BY DISTRICTS, Fll&T HALF O 1&RCH, 19kk.
F
(Averages of daily f l g a r e s , i n thousands of dollars)
Federal
Reserve
district

Demand deposits
except interbank
TsfTwJf
2nd Kail'
1st half
Feb.l9kk
Mar.l9k3
M*r,19kk
i f

Time deposits
1st half
Mar.l9kk

TnaTTalF "1st half
Mar.19k)
Feb.1914

Country banks in places of 15*000 population and over
Total

12.696.k71 **12.759,425

Boston
New York
Philadelphia
Cleveland

2,561.850

Richmond
Atlanta
Chicago
St. Louis

1.115,898

Minneapolis
Kansas City
Dallas
San Francisco

i .806 M6U

1.835,718
2.600.753
913.2kl
1*098,9kl

909,517
1,105,156

10.W7.k66 k,757.27k

1^62,082

562.33k
2.06k,6kl 1,226,928
726.66k
kk8.6l5
860,801 518.71k

958,083
l.llk.7kl
1.6kl.2k0
lkk.630

1.635.592
kk7,826
390,08k

1.270.821

392,919
>6o,97k
. 611,k57
786,728

957.215

3k6,937
317,753
5k9,k52

r

36k.301

619,916
782,672

923,23k

981,962
376,885

606,23k

k.719.758

3.955,3k6

560,395
1.216,592
kk5,875
5 lk .891

k79,113
1.0k8.795
k07,k80
kl3.228

238,786

203,86k

2kl.033
2k6.176
737,205
179,301

2k6,06l
730,293
177.985

195,329
583,167
lk5.128

lk9.393

Ik8,k82

67,995

65,981
312,032

122 ,lk9
52.369
56.813
2k7,9U

62,896

316,68k

62,385

Country banks in places of l e s s t&an 15,000 population
Total

7,6k9,l8k

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

r

7,603,019

5,68k,976 3,31k,137

5,293,013

671,781

lk7,000

ik6|023
663,ko9

519,639
kk9,l73

kk5.679

371,151

250,839
106,167

219,320

: 261,7kl
750.163
635.51k
727.269

262,612
7k6,698
629.170
721,188

225,229
5k6,lll
k76,700
5kk,550

529,879
k36,197

527,180
hho,038

k2k,502
331*980

1,080,311
596.580

kkk,536
920,310
870,126
396,558

1,070,157
, 593.336
r

Lk5,060
912,191
858,916

396,k73

803,060

5kl,156
3kl,k35
700,18k

671,002

279,067

252,653
103,292
k87,327
lko,127
22k,030
117.202
38,121
163,792

515,085

k83,kl9
139,518
222,275
Il6,k32
ko,l?8
163,989

2,798,090
127,372

55k,521
k6o,076

90.557
389,311
12k ,381
185.279
110,023
39,731
126,368

rV- Revised f i g u r e .
l / - Includes any banks i n o u t l y i n g s e c t i o n s of reserve c i t i e s which have been
w
given p e r m i s s i o n t o carry the same r e s e r v e s as country banks• A l l r e s e r v e
c i t i e s have a p o p u l a t i o n of more than 15#000•
2J

The f i g u r e s reported through April 19b3 include interbank demand d e p o s i t s • To
give same i d e a $f the e f f e c t of the e x c l u s i o n of such d e p o s i t s t h e r e a f t e r
the amount of interbank d e p o s i t s was reported s e p a r a t e l y during the second
h a l f of that month; a t country banks i n p l a c e s of 15#000 p o p u l a t i o n and »
o v e r , the amount reported was $863 #590#000, and a t country banks i n p l a c e s
of l e s s than 15#000 p o p u l a t i o n i t was $216#001#000 f




BOARD )F GOVERNORS OF THE
FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM,
DIVISION OF BANK OPERATIONS,

APRIL 7 ,19UU*


Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, One Federal Reserve Bank Plaza, St. Louis, MO 63102