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MONETARY

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HEARINGS
BEFORE THE

COMMITTEE ON
BANKING, FINANCE AND URBAN AFFAIRS
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
NINETY-SIXTH CONGRESS
FIRST SESSION
ON

H.R. 7
A BILL TO FACILITATE THE IMPLEMENTATION OF MONETARY POLICY AND TO PROMOTE COMPETI'l'IVE EQUALITY
AMONG DEPOSITORY INSTITUTIONS

JANUARY 22, 24; FEBRUARY 13, 15, 28; MARCH 2 AND 5, 1979

Serial 96-6
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Committee on Banking, Finance and Urban Affairs


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MONETARY CONTROL

HEARINGS
BEFORE THE

COMMITTEE ON
BANKING, FINANCE A.ND URBA.N A.FFA.IRS
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
NINETY-SIXTH CONGRESS
FIRST SESSION
ON

H.R. 7
A BILL TO FACILITATE THE IMPLEMENTATION OF MONETARY POLICY AND TO PROMOTE COMPETITIVE EQUALITY
AMONG DEPOSITORY INSTITUTIONS

JANUARY 22, 24; FEBRUARY 13, 15, 28; MARCH 2 AND 5, 1979

Serial 96-6
!Printed for the use of the
Committee on Banking, Finance and Urban Affairs

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WASHINGTON : 1979

HOUSE COMMITTEE ON BANKING, FINANCE AND URBAN AFFAIRS
HENRY S. REUSS, Wisconsin, Chairman
THOMAS L. ASHLEY, Ohio
J. WILLIAM STANTON, Ohio
WILLIAM S. MOORHEAD, Pennsylvania
CHALMERS P. WYLIE, Ohio
FERNAND J. ST GERMAIN, Rhode Island
STEWART B. McKINNEY, Connecticut
GEORGE HANSEN, Idaho
HENRY B. GONZALEZ, Texas
HENRY J. HYDE, Illinois
JOSEPH G. MINISH, New Jersey
RICHARD KELLY, Florida
FRANK ANNUNZIO, Illinois
JIM LEACH, Iowa
JAMES M. HANLEY, New York
PARREN J. MITCHELL, Maryland
THOMAS B. EVANS, JR., Delaware
S. WILLIAM GREEN, New York
WALTER E. FAUNTROY,
RON PAUL, Texas
District of Columbia
ED BETHUNE, Arkansas
STEPHEN L. NEAL, North Carolina
NORMAND. SHUMWAY, California
JERRY M. PATTERSON, California
CARROLL A. CAMPBELL, JR.,
JAMES J. BLANCHARD, Michigan
South Carolina
CARROLL HUBBARD, JR., Kentucky
JOHN J. LAFALCE, New York
DON RITTER, Pennsylvania
JON HINSON, Mississippi
GLADYS NOON SPELLMAN, Maryland
LES AuCOIN, Oregon
DAVID W. EVANS, Indiana
NORMAN E. D'AMOURS, New Hampshire
STANLEY N. LUNDINE, New York
JOHN J. CAVANAUGH, Nebraska
MARY ROSE OAKAR, Ohio
JIM MATTOX, Texas
BRUCE F. VENTO, Minnesota
DOUG BARNARD, Georgia
WES WATKINS, Oklahoma
ROBERT GARCIA, New York
MICHAEL LOWRY, Washington
PAUL NEUION, Clerk and Staff Director
MICHAEL P. FLAHERTY, General Counsel
MERCER L. JACKSON, Minority Staff Director


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CONTENTS
Hearings held onJanuary 22, 1979 ......................................................................................................
January 24, 1979 ......................................................................................................
February 13, 1979 ....................................................................................................
February 15, 1979 ....................................................................................................
February 28, 1979 ....................................................................................................
March 2, 1979 ...........................................................................................................
March 5, 1979 ...........................................................................................................
Text of H.R. 7 ...................................................................................................................

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STATEMENTS

Akaka, .~on. Daniel K., a Representative in Congress from the State of
Hawau ········--··············································································································
Campbell, Raymond D., first vice president/president elect, Independent Bankers Association of America, accompanied by Richard W. Peterson, chief
legislative counsel of the IBAA ................................................................................
Carswell, Hon. Robert, Deputy Secretary, Department of the Treasury..............
Ching, Dennis Y. M., president, Hawaii Bankers Association, and chairman of
the board and chief executive officer, American Security Bank, accompanied
by Wilson P. Cannon, Jr., chairman and chief executive officer, Bank of
Hawaii; Hugh R. Pingree, executive vice president, First Hawaiian Bank; and
Dr. Thomas K. Hitch, senior vice president and economist, First Hawaiian
Bank...............................................................................................................................
Delay, Jay J., president, Huron Valley National Bank, Ann Arbor, Mich..........
Dunn, E. D. 'Jack", commissioner of banking and finance for the State of
Georgia, president of the Conference of State Bank Supervisors accompanied
by Dr. Lawrence E. Kreider, executive vice president-economist of the
conference......................................................................................................................
Greenbaum, Dr. Stuart I., Harold L. Stuart professor of banking and finance,
and director, Banking Research Center, Graduate School of Management,
Northwestern University, Evanston, l11..................................................................
Heftel, Hon Cecil, a Representative in Congress from the State of Hawaii.........
Hollihan, Roy, president, National Association of Federal Credit Unions
(NAFCU), accompanied by Richard M. M. McConnell, executive vice president of NAFCU ................................................................................•.... ~...................
McKay, Hon. Gunn, a Representative in Congress from the State of Utah ........
Malarkey, John E., State bank commissioner, Dover, Del····························-········
Miller, Hon. G. William, Chairman, Board of Governors, Federal Reserve
System...........................................................................................................................
Perkins, John, president, American Bankers Association (ABA), accompanied
by William H. Kennedy, chairman, Government Relations Council; and
Robert W. Renner, chairman, Community Bankers Division ............... '..............
Schechter, Henry B., director, department of urban affairs, American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO) ....................
Shea, Jeremiah P., president, Bank of Delaware, Wilmington, Del .......... :...........
Whitesell, Dr. William E., professor of economics, Franklin and Marshall
College, Lancaster, Pa................................................................................................
Wright, David S., chairman of the board, Credit Union National Association,
accompanied by Jim R. Williams.............................................................................


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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION SUBMITIED FOR INCLUSION IN THE RECORD

Akaka, Hon. Daniel K., prepared statement ............................................................ .
American Bankers Association:
Analysis of total Treasury revenue effects of Federal membership
proposals ............................................................................................................... .
Letter from Charles F. Haywood, dated March 1, 1979, setting forth the
ABA's calculations comparing the costs to the Treasury of ABA's proposed EPA scheme and the H.R. 7 exemptions ............................................. .
Letter from Charles F. Haywood, dated March 30, 1979, re Federal Reserve
Board comment on memorandum ................................................................... .
Memorandum entitled "The Fed's Error About Non-Member Banks and
Monetary Policy" by Charles F. Haywood, dated February 26, 1979 ....... .
Response to questions of:
Hon. Thomas L. Ashley ................................................................................. .
Hon. Bruce F. Vento ...................................................................................... .
Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System:
Letter dated March 19, 1979, responding to the American Bankers Association memorandum "The Fed's Error About Non-Member Banks and
Monetary Policy" ................................................................................................ .
Letter dated April 4, 1979, from Messrs. Kopecky, Parke, and Porter
responding to ABA letter of March 30, 1979 ................................................. .
Campbell, Raymond D.:
Prepared statement on behalf of the Independent Bankers Association of
America, with an attached appendix entitled "Does the Federal Reserve
Invest Member Bank Reserves?'' ................................................................ ,.... .
Response to question of Hon. Thomas L. Ashley .............................................. .
Carswell, Hon. Robert:
"Estimated Revenue Effects of H.R. 7, Fiscf4 Years 1980-84," table ........... .
Response to questions of:
Hon. Les AuCoin .............................................................................................. .
Hon. Mary Rose Oakar ................................................................................... .
Hon. Don Ritter ............................................................................... :............... .
Ching, Dennis Y. M., tables accompanying statement ............................................ .
Corrada, Hon. Baltasar, Resident Commissioner of Puerto Rico, statement ...... .
Dunn, E. D. "Jack":
"Optional Fed Membership, Equitable Treatment and the Bank Regulatory
Structure," recent analysis summary submitted .......................................... .
Prepared statement on behalf of the Conference of State Bank Supervisors .
Proposed language of conference re reporting and reserve requirements ...
Response to questions of:
Chairman Henry S. Reuss ............................................................................. .
Hon. Carroll A. Campbell, Jr ....................................................................... .
Hon. Henry B. Gonzalez ................................................................................ .
Hon. Norman D. Shumway ........................................................................... .
Hon. Bruce F. Vento ...................................................................................... .
Edwards, Franklin R., statement ................................................................................. .
Greenbaum, Dr. Stuart I., prepared statement ......................................................... .
Haywood, Charles F., economic and financial research division, American
Bankers Association, letter dated March 1, 1979, setting forth the ABA's
calculations comparing the costs to the Treasury of ABA's proposed EPA
scheme and the H.R. 7 exemptions with attached comment from the staff of
the House Banking Committee ................................................................................ .
Heftel, Hon. Cecil, prepared statement ..................................................................... .
McKay, Hon. Gunn, prepared statement ................................................................... .
McKinney, Chairman Robert H., letter dated January 23, 1979, commenting on
the Federal Home Loan Bank Board's position on H.R. 7 ................................. .
Malarkey, John E., prepared statement .................................................................... .


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Miller, Hon. G. William:
Letter to Chairman Henry S. Reuss dated March 16, 1979 enclosing a table
showing the number of national banks that converted to State nonmember banks from 1950 through 1978...........................................................
Prepared statement with attachments on behalf of the Board of Governors
of the Federal Reserve System ..........................................................................
Response to questions of:
Hon. Carroll A. Campbell, Jr ........................................................................
Hon. Norman E. D'Amours............................................................................
Hon. Bill Green .. ... .. ..... .. ..... ......... ... .. .. ... ..... .. ......... ... .. .. ... ... ... .. ... ... ... ... .. ... .. .....
Hon. J. William Stanton.................................................................................
Hon. Chalmers P. Wylie.................................................................................
Mitchell, Hon. Parren J., press release dated January 22, 1979, re loss that
American taxpayers have sustained as a result of the Federal Reserve's
intervention in the foreign exchange markets ......................................................
National Association of Mutual Savings Banks, statement on behalf by Albert
B. Hooke, chairman of the committee on liaison with Federal agencies .........
National Association of State Savings and Loan Supervisors, statement on
behalf by Kenneth E. Pickering, vice president.....................................................
National. Sa~ngs an~ Loan League, statement on behalf by Jonathan Lindley,
executive vice president ........ :....................................................................................
Perkins, John:
Prepared statement on behalf of the American Bankers Association ..........
Attachments:
"An Interim Summary Report to the ABA Leadership Conference
by ABT Associates" ..............................................................................
Letter dated February 5, 1979, to Chairman G. William Miller of
the Federal Reserve Board with an attached report of the ABA
pricing task force ... ... ..... .. ........... ....... ..... .. ... .. ... .. ... ... .. ... ... ... .. ..... .. ... .. ...
Renner, Robert, letter to participants in the community bank meeting on the
Federal Reserve issue, dated February 2, 1979 ......................................................
Reuss, Chairman Henry S.:
American Bankers Association, (ABA) statement from "Perspective" dated
February 6, 1979, saying: "There should be a uniform, universal reserve
requirement on all banks and other depository institutions, members or
not".........................................................................................................................
Opening statement from July 27, 1978, hearing on "Monetary Control and
the Membership Problem," portion submitted ..............................................
Press release of Independent Bankers Association of America, dated September 1, 1978 ......................................................................................................
Shea, Jeremiah P., prepared statement on behalf of the Delaware Bankers
Association .... .. ... ..... ... .. ..... ..... .. ..... ..... ... .. ... .. .. ......... .. ... .. ... .. ..... ... .. ... .............................
Stanton, Hon. J. William, letter from the Conference of State Bank Supervisors
dated February 26, 1979, endorsing H.R. 2133 .......................................................
United States League of Savings Associations, statement.......................................
Vento, Hon. Bruce F., article from the Journal of Finance of March 1978
entitled "Nonmember Banks and Empirical Measures of the Variability of
Reserves and Money: A Theoretical Appraisal" ....................................................
Whitesell, Dr. William E., prepared statement .........................................................
Wright, David S., prepared statement on behalf of the Credit Union National
Association, Inc. (CUNA)...........................................................................................

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APPENDIX.-LETIERS SuBMI'ITED FOR INCLUSION IN THE RECORD

Governor John V. Evans of Idaho................................................................................
Governor William J. Janklow of South Dakota ........................................................
Chairman Reuss to Federal regulatory agencies ............. ..................... ....................


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MONETARY CONTROL
MONDAY, JANUARY 22, 1979
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES,
CoMMITTEE ON BANKING, FINANCE AND URBAN AFFAIRS,

Washington, D.C.
The committee met, pursuant to notice, at 9:30 a.m., in room
2128, Rayburn House Office Building, Hon. Henry S. Reuss (chairman) presiding.
Present: Representatives Reuss, St Germain, Annunzio, Mitchell,
Neal, LaFalce, Spellman, AuCoin, Evans of Indiana, Cavanaugh,
Oakar, Vento, Barnard, Watkins, Lowry, Wylie, Leach, Bethune,
Campbell, Ritter, and Hinson.
Chairman REUSS. Good mol1ling.
The House Committee on Banking, Finance and Urban Affairs
will be in order for hearings on H.R. 7, the Monetary Control Act
of 1979.
The bill is designed primarily to help the Federal Reserve gain
better control over the money supply, an essential element in the
current battle against inflation.
[The text of H.R. 7 follows:]


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96TH

CONGRESS

1ST SESSION

H R. 7
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To facilitate the implementation of monetary policy and to promote competitive
equality among depository institutions.

IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
Mr.

REUSS

JANUARY 15, 1979
introduced the following bill which was referred to the Committee on
Banking, Finance, and Urban Affairs

A BILL
To facilitate the implementation of monetary policy and to
promote competitive equality among depository institutions.

1

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representa-

2 tives of the United States of .America in Congress assembkd,

3 _That this Act may be cited as the "Monetary Control Act of
4 1979".
5

6

REPORTING REQUIREMENTS

SEC. 2. Section 11(a) of the Federal Reserve Act (12

7 U.S.C. 248(a)) is amended (1) by inserting "(1)" immediately
8 after "(a)", and (2) by adding at the end thereof the following
9 new paragraph:


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"(2) To require any depository institution specified in

2 this paragraph to make, at such intervals as the Board may
3 prescribe, such reports of its liabilities and assets as the
4 Board may determine to be necessary to enable the Board to
5 discharge its responsibility to monitor and control monetary
6 and credit aggregates. Such reports shall be made (A) di7 rectly to the Board in the case of member banks and in the
8 case of other depository institutions for all liabilities specified
9 in sections 19(b)(l)(A) through 19(b)(l)(D) of this Act, and
10 (B) to the Board through the (i) Federal Deposit Insurance
11 Corporation in the case of insured State nonmember banks,
12 (ii) National Credit Union Administration in the case of in13 sured credit unions, (iii) Federal Home Loan Bank Board in
14 the case of any institution insured by the Federal Savings
15 and Loan Insurance Corporation or which is a member as
16 defined in section 2 of the Federal Home Loan Bank Act,
17 and (iv) such State officer or agency as the Board may desig18 nate in the case of any other type of bank, savings and loan
19 association, or credit union. The Board shall endeavor to
20 avoid unnecessary burdens on reporting institutions and the
21 duplication of other reporting requirements, and any data
22 therefrom shall be made readily available to the Board. The
23 Board may classify depository institutions for the purposes of
24 this paragraph, and may impose different requirements on
25 each such class."


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RESERVE REQUIREMENTS
SEC. 3. (a) Section 19(b) of the Federal Reserve Act is

3 amended to read as follows:
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"(b) RESERVE REQUIBEMENTS.-

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"(1) DEFINITIONS

AND

RULES.-The following

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definitions and rules are applicable for the purposes of

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this subsection:

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"(A) The term 'category A deposits' means,

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with respect to any depository institution, the

10

total amount of demand deposits, savings deposits

11

subject to automatic transfers, and deposits sub-

12

ject to negotiable or other payment order of with-

13

drawal, or to any similar instrument used to make

14

payments or transfers, in that institution.

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"(B) The term 'category B deposits' means,

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with respect to any bank, the total amount of

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time deposits with initial maturities of less than

18

one hundred and eighty days in that bank.

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"(C) The term 'category C deposits' means,

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with respect to any bank, the total amount of sav-

21

ings deposits (other than those referred to in sub-

22

paragraph (A)) in that bank.

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"(D) The term 'category D deposits' means,

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time deposits with initial maturities of not less

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than one hundred eighty days in that bank.

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"(E) A reference to net deposits of any given

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category in any given institution _refers to the

5

amount by which the institution's total deposits of

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that category exceed its exemption for that

7

category.

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"(F) Except as provided in paragraphs (9)

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and (10), no reserve ratio outside the limits speci-

10

fied for any given category may be imposed with

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respect to any deposits in that category.

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"(G) The term 'bank' means any institution

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which is neither a nonmember savings bank nor a

14

nonmember mutual savings bank as defined in

15

sections 3(0 and 3(g) of the Federal Deposit In-

16

surance Act, and is either an insured bank as de-

17

fined in section 3(h) of the Federal Deposit Insur-

18

ance Act or a bank which is eligible under section

19

5 of that Act to make application to become an

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insured bank.

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"(H) The term 'savings institution' means-

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"(i) a nonmember savings bank or a

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nonmember mutual savings bank which

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either is an insured bank as defined in sec-

25

tion 3(h) of the Federal Deposit Insurance


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Act or is eligible under section 5 of that Act

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to make application to become an insured

3

bank;

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"(ii) an institution which either is an in-

5

sured institution as defined in section 401(a)

6

of the National Housing Act or is eligible

7

under section 403 of that Act to make appli-

8

cation to become an insured institution; or

9

"(iii) a credit union whose member ac-

10

counts are insured pursuant to section 201(a)

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of the Federal Credit Union Act, or which is

12

eligible to make application for such insur-

13

ance pur.suant to section 201(b) of that Act.

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"(D The term 'depository institution' means

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a bank as defined in subparagraph (G) or a sav-

16

ings institution as defined in subparagraph (H).

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"(J) This subsection does not affect the au-

18

thority of the Board to impose conditions and re-

19

quirements on member banks under section 25 of

20

this Act (12 U.S.C. §§ 601-604(a)).

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"(K) This subsection confers authority on the

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Board to impose or change reserve requirements

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for the sole purpose of enabling the Board to im-

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plement monetary policy.


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"(L) Any reference in this Act to member

2

banks with respect to any requirement or au-

3

thority relating to reserves required by this sub-

4

section shall be deemed to apply to all depository

5

institutions which are actually required to main-

6

tain reserves under this subsection.

7

"(2) AMOUNT OF CATEGORY A EXEMPTIONS.-

8

During the period beginning on the effective date of

9

section 3 of the Monetary Control Act of 1979 and

10

ending at the close of the first calendar year which

11

begins after that date, the category A exemption shall

12

be $50,000,000. For each calendar year thereafter, the

13

category A exemption shall be fixed by the Board prior

14

to the beginning of that year at an amount determined

15

by the Board to be such that if a category A exemp-

16

tion in that amount had been in effect during the previ-

17

ous year, the ratio of the total of category A deposits

18

in all depository institutions with net category A de-

19

posits greater than zero to the total of all category A

20

deposits would have been the same as it would have

21

been on December 31, 1977, if this paragraph had

22

then been in effect and the category A exemption had

23

been $50,000,000.

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25

"(3)

CATEGORY B, .C, AND D EXEMPTIONS.-

During the period beginning on the effective date of


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section 2 of the Monetary Control Act of 1979 and

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ending at the close of the first calendar year which

3

begins after that date, the total amount of the category

4

B, 0, and D exemptions for any bank shall be

5

$50,000,000. For each calendar year thereafter, such

6

amount shall be fixed by the Board prior to the begin-

7

ning of that year at an amount determined by the

8

Board to be such that if total category B, 0, and D

9

exemptions per bank in that amount had been in effect

10

at the beginning of the previous year, the ratio of the

11

total category B, 0, and D deposits in all banks with

12

net category B, 0, and D deposits greater than zero to

13

the total of all category B, 0, and D deposits would

14

have been the same as it would have been on Decem-

15

ber 31, 1977, if this paragraph had been in effect and

16

the category B, 0, and D exemptions for any given

17

bank had totalled $50,000,000. For any given bank at

18

any given time, the category B, 0, and D exemptions

19

shall be apportioned among the three categories in the

20

same proportions that the bank's deposits in the re-

21

spective categories bear to the total of its deposits in

22

the three categories.

23

"(4)

ADMINISTRATIVE EXEMPTION.-(A)

The ad-

24

ministrative agency designated in subparagraph (B)

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and on or before the first day of each calendar year

2

thereafter, exempt from the requirements otherwise im-

3

posed by paragraphs (5) through (8) any depository in-

4

stitution which such agency determines would, even if

5

not exempted pursuant to this paragraph, probably not

6

have net category A deposits, net category B deposits,

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net category C !leposits, or net category D deposits

8

greater than zero between the last date on which such

9

exemption is authorized to be made and the com-

10

mencement of the succeeding calendar year. During

11

any period for which it has been so exempted, no de-

12

pository institution shall be required to maintain any

13

reserves under para.graph (5), (6), (7), or (8).

14

"(B) AGENCY AUTHOBITY.-Exemptions pursu-

15

ant to subparagraph (A) shall be made by the Federal

16

Deposit Insurance Corporation in the ca_se of insured

17

nonmember banks, by the Federal Savings and Loan

18

Insurance Corporation in the case of any institution in-

19

sured by that corporation, by the National Credit

20

Union Administration in the case of any credit union

21

whose member accounts are insured pursuant to sec-

22

tion 210(a) of the Federal Credit Union Act, and by

23

the Board in the case of all other depository

24

institutions.


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"(5)

CATEGORY A RESERVE REQUIREMENTS.-

2

Every depository institution not exempted pursuant to

3

paragraph (4) shall maintain reserves against its net

4

category A deposits as the Board may direct-

5

"(A) in the ratio of 9.5 per centum, or

6

"(B) in such ratio not greater than 10 per

7

centum or less than 8 per centum as the Board

8

may prescribe, or

9

"(0) in such ratio as the Board may pre-

10

scn"be pursuant to paragraph (10).

11

"(6) CATEGORY B RESERVE REQUIREMENTS.-

12

Every bank not exempted pursuant to paragraph (4)

13

shall maintain reserves against its net category B de-

14

posits as the Board may direct-

15

"(A) in the ratio of 8 per centum, or

16

"(B) in such ratio not greater than 8 per

17

centum and not less than 3 per centum as the

18

Board may prescn"be, or

19

"(O) in such ratio as the Board may pre-

20

scribe pursuant to paragraph (10).

21

"(7)

CATEGORY O RESERVE REQUIREMENTS.-

22

Every bank not exempted pursuant to paragraph (4)

23

shall maintain reserves against its net category C de-

24

posits as the Board may direct-

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"(B) in such ratio not greater than 3 per

2

centum and not less than 1 per centum as the

3

Board may prescribe, or
"(C) in such ratio as the Board may pre-

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scribe pursuant to paragraph (10).

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"(8)

CATEGORY D RESERVE REQUIREMENTS.-

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Every bank not exempted pursuant to . paragraph (4)

8

shall maintain reserves against its net category D de-

9

posits as the Board may direct-

10

"(A) in the ratio of 1 per centum, or

11

"(B) in such ratio not greater than 3 per

12

centum and not less than 1 per centum as the

13

Board may prescribe, or
"(C) in such ratio as the Board may pre-

14
15

scribe pursuant to paragraph (10).

16

"(9) RESERVES RELATED TO FOREIGN OBLIGA•

17

TIONS OR ASSETS.-Foreign branches and subsidiaries

18

of nonmember banks shall maintain reserves to the

19

same extent required by the Board of foreign branches

20

and subsidiaries of member banks. In addition to any

21

reserves otherwise required to be maintained pursuant

22

to this subsection, any bank shall maintain reserves in

23

such ratios as the Board may prescn"be against-

24

"(A) net balances owed by domestic offices

25

of such bank in the United States to its directly

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related foreign offices and to nonrelated foreign

2

banks,

3

"(B) loans to United States residents made

4

by overseas offices of such bank if such bank has

5

one or more offices in the United States, and

6

"(C) assets (including participations) held by

7

foreign offices of a bank in the United States

8

which were acquired from its domestic offices

9

(other than assets representing credit extended to

10

persons not resident of the United States).

11

"(10)

AUTHORITY IN EXTRAORDINARY

omoIDrl-

12

STAN0ES.-Upon a finding by at least five members of

13

the Board, after consultation with appropriate Commit-

14

tees of Congress, that extraordinary circumstances re-

15

quire such action, the Board may impose reserve re-

16

quirements outside the limits otherwise prescribed by-

17

this subsection for a period not exceeding thirty days

18

but which may be extended for further periods not ex-

19

ceeding thirty days each by such affirmative action by

20

the Board in each instance. The Board shall promptly

21

transmit to the Congress a report of any exercise of its

22

authority under this paragraph and the reasons for

23

such exercise.

24

"(11) During any period in which the required re-

25

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tion a.re greater than zero, a.nd such institution is ma.in-

2

taming such reserves in a.ccorda.nce with subsection (c),

8

it shaJl be entitled to aJl the privileges of membership

4

in the Federal Reserve System except that, if it is not

5

otherwise a member, it may not hold stock in, or vote

6

for a.ny director of, a Federal Reserve ba.nk.

7

"(12) Any depository institution in which category

8

A deposits a.re held shaJl be entitled to the same dis-

9

count a.nd borrowing privileges as member ba.nks.

10

"(13) TRANSITIONAL ADJUBTMENTB.-

11

"(A) With respect to a.ny institution that is

12

not a member of the ·Federal Reserve System on

13

August 1, 1978, the required reserves imposed

14

pursua.nt to pa.ragraphs (5) through (8) on the ef-

15

fective date of such pa.ragraphs shaJl be reduced

16

by 75 per centum during the first yea.r that begins

17

after such effective date, 50 per centum during

18

the second yea.r, a.nd 25 per centum during the

19

third yea.r.

20

"(B) With respect to a.ny ba.nk that is a

21

member of the Federal Reserve System on

22

August 1, 1978, the amount of required reserves

23

imposed pursua.nt to pa.ragraphs (5) through (8) on

24

the effective date of such pa.ragraphs that exceeds

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member institution during the reserve computation

2

period immediately preceding the effective date of

8

such para.graphs may, at the discretion of the

4

Board and in accordance with such rules and reg-

5

ulations as it may adopt, be reduced by 75 per

6

centum during the first year that begins after such

7

effective date, 50 per centum during the second

8

year, and 25 per centum during the third year.

9

"(C) In order to provide for an orderly tran-

10

sition period, the Board shall implement the re-

11

serve requirements imposed by para.graphs (5)

12

through (8) for member banks in not more than

18

twenty-four months after the effective date of

14

such para.graphs.

15

"(D) Effective at the close of the third calen-

16

dar year which begins after the effective date of

17

this paragraph, this paragraph is repealed, but

18

such repeal shall not affect any liability imposed

19

or incurred prior to such period.".

20

(b) Section 19(a) of the Federal Reserve Act (12 U.S.C.

21 461) is amended (1) by changing "member bank" to read
22 "depository institution" each place it appears therein, and (2)
23 by adding at the end thereof the following: "The Board shall
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1 with the Board of Directors of the Federal Deposit Insurance
2 Corporation, the Federal Home Loan Bank Board, and the
3 National Credit Union Administration.''.
4

5

AUTHORITY OF STATE BANK SUPERVISORS

SEC. 4. Nothing in this Act or in the amendments made

6 by this Act shall be construed in derogation of the authority
7 of any officer or agency of State over any institution orga8 nized or existing under the laws of such State.
9

10

COMPOSITION OF RESERVES

SEC. 5. Section 19(c) of the Federal Reserve .,!let (12

11 U.S.C. 461(c)) is amended to read as follows:
12

"(c) Reserves held by any depository institution to meet

13 the requirements imposed pursuant to subsection (b) of this
14 section shall be in the form of15

"(1) balances maintained for such purposes by

16

such i.'lstitution in the Federal Reserve bank of which

17

it is a member or at which it maintains an account,

18

and vault cash. The Board may, by regulation or

19

order, limit the proportion of required reserves which

20

may be maintained in the form of vault cash, but such

21

proportion shall be identical for all institutions; and

22

"(2) balances maintained by a nonmember institu-

23

tion in a member or nonmember institution that main-

24

tains reserve balances at a Federal Reserve bank or

25

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such depository institution or Federal Home Loan

2

Bank maintains such funds in the form of balances in a

3

Federal Reserve bank of which it is a member or at

4

which it maintains an account. Balances received by a

5

depository institution from another depository institu-

6

tion that are used to satisfy the reserve requirements

7

imposed on such depository institution by this section

8

shall not be subject to the reserve requirements of this

9

section imposed on such depository institution and shall

10

not be subject to assessment imposed on such deposi-

11

tory institution pursuant to ~ection 7 of the Federal

12

Deposit Insurance Act (12 U.S.C. 1817) or section

13

404 of the National Housing Act (12 U.S.C. 1727).".

14

15

ABOLITION OF PENALTY RATE

SEC. 6. Section lO(b) of the Federal Reserve Act (12

16 U.S.C. 34 7b) is amended by striking all after the first sen17 tence thereof.
18

19

PRICING OF SERVICES

SEC. 7. (a) The Federal Reserve Act is amended by

20 inserting after section 11 the following new section:
21

"SEC. 11A. (a) Not later than July 1, 1979, the Federal

22 Reserve System shall have prepared and shall publish for
28 public comment a set of pricing principles in accordance with
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1

"(b) The Federal Reserve bank services to banks which

2 shall be covered by the schedule of fees under subsection (a)
3 are-

4

"(1) currency and coin services;

5

"(2) check clearing and collection services;

6

"(3) wire transfer services;

7

"(4) automated clearinghouse services;

8

"(5) settlement services;

9

"(6) securities safekeeping services;

10

"(7) any new payment services which the Federal

11

Reserve System provides, including but not limited to

12

payment services to effectuate the electronic transfer of

13

funds; and

14

"(8) any other services which the Board so de-

15

cides to cover.

l6

"(c) The schedule of fees prescribed pursuant to this

17 section shall be based on the following principles:
18

"(1) All Federal Reserve bank services covered

19

by the fee schedule shall be priced explicitly and com-

20

petitively.

21

"(2) All Federal Reserve bank services covered

22

by the fee schedule shall be available to nonmembers

23

and such services shall be priced at the same fee

24

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members shall be subject to any other terms that the

2

Board may determine are applicable to member banks.

3

"(3) Over the long run prices shall be established

4

on the basis of all direct and indirect costs actually in-

5

curred in providing the services priced, including over-

6

head, and an allocation of imputed costs that take into

7

account the taxes that would have been paid and the

8

return on capital that would have been provided had

9

the services been furnished by a private business firm,

10

except where the Board determines that the public in-

11

terest requires a departure from this principle, alter

12

giving due regard to competitive factors and the provi-

13

sion of an adequate level of services nationwide.".

14

EFFECTIVE DATES

15

SEO. 8. (a) The amendment made by section 2 of this

16 Act shall take effect on the first day of the sixth calendar
17 month which begins after the date of enactment.
18

(b) The amendments made by section 3 and section 5 of

19 this Act shall take effect on July 1, 1979, or such earlier
20 date as may be designated by the Board of Governors of the
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Chairman REUSS. The Federal Reserve argues that it must have
a high percentage of the Nation's bank deposits subject to reserve
requirements in order to carry out monetary policy effectively. In
recent years, the amount of reserves under the Federal Reserve's
control has been dwindling as banks pulled out of the Federal
Reserve System in increasing numbers because of the cost of membership.
H.R. 7 represents evolutionary rather than revolutionary change.
Its passage would allow a phased reduction in the level of required
reserves. It would also significantly simplify and rationalize the
present structure of required reserves, enhancing the conduct of
monetary policy and promoting equitable competition among financial institutions.
The bill would assure that 68 percent of the Nation's bank deposits will at all times be subject to reserve requirements. It achieves
this by subjecting all banks with more than $50 million in checking
account deposits or $50 million in time and savings deposits to
reserve requirements. In practice, since vault cash would count
toward meeting reserve requirements, most banks with less than
$200 million in total deposits would have no need to post reserves
with the Federal Reserve. The $50 million exemptions will be
indexed to assure that banks exempted by this legislation from
having to hold reserves will continue to remain exempt, unless
they grow faster than other banks and achieve the size at which
reserve requirements take effect.
Under this proposal, some 232 large banks which are not now
members of the Federal Reserve would have to begin posting reserves. However, a great many more small- and medium-sized
member banks-some 4,664-would be freed of their present need
to post reserves.
Altogether, 95 percent of the Nation's 14,618 banks would be
completely free of the need to hold reserves with the Federal
Reserve.
At the same time, member banks which would continue to be
subject to required reserves would have their reserve requirements
substantially reduced. Instead of a maximum of 16.25 percent on
checking account deposits, they would have to hold initially only
9.5 percent-within an 8- to 10-percent band. A typical $300 million
deposit bank, for instance, would have its reserve requirements
reduced by some $7 million, money which it could put out in loans.
In addition to providing the level of required reserves the Federal Reserve says is needed for purposes of monetary control, the bill
achieves competitive equality among all banks of comparable size,
in terms of reserve requirements. No longer will the burden of
maintaining required reserves, idle reserves on which the banks
earn no interest, fall only upon those banks which choose to be
members of the Federal Reserve System.
Under this legislation, all commercial banks would be entitled to
borrow from the Federal Reserve, whether members or not. Thrift
institutions which have transactions accounts-savings accounts on
which checks can be drawn-also would be entitled to borrow from
the Federal Reserve. The Federal Reserve, which now provides free
services such as check clearing to member banks, would begin
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The Monetary Control Act of 1979 would improve management
of the Nation's money supply in two ways in addition to meeting
the Fed's position on the requirement of reserves:
First, it would authorize the Federal Reserve to obtain more
timely and complete information on deposits in the Nation's banks
and savings institutions. Currentll, only Federal Reserve member
banks-38 percent of the Nations banks with 72 percent of the
deposits-report on a regular basis. This leaves the Fed with inadequate information on the size of the money supply.
Second, it replaces a hodgepodge of reserve ratios with more
uniform ratios. Currently, member banks are subject to reserve
ratios ranging from 7 to 16.25 percent on checking accounts, depending upon the size of the bank; and between 1 and 8 percent on
savings and time deposits. Thus, when the Federal Reserve takes
action to raise or lower reserves, it cannot accurately predict the
effect on the money supply because the money is shifting around
among deposits with widely different required reserve ratios.
Under the proposed legislation, reserve ratios would be set at 9.5
percent for checking accounts, including savings accounts from
which funds can be drawn by check or by automatic transfer to
checking accounts; 3 percent on savings deposits; 1 percent on longterm certificates of deposit, and 8 percent on short-term certificates
of deposit. The Federal Reserve could alter these ratios within
limited ranges, but only for the purpose of monetary control.
A substantially similar bill was approved by the House Banking
Committee September 19, 1978, by a vote of 22 to 14. H.R. 7
contains three changes from that legislation:
First, it includes automatic transfer accounts at commercial
banks in the same category of reserve requirements as checking
accounts, since both are part of the Nation's basic medium of
exchange.
Second, it also includes in this category savings accounts at thrift
institutions on which checks can be written, since these are also
part of the medium of exchange, a change which, because of the
$50 million exemption, affects few if any thrift institutions, but
recognizes the potential growth of such accounts.
Third, it provides lower reserves on passbook savings accounts,
since these do not represent ready money, offset by slightly higher
ratios on checking accounts.
The objectives of this legislation cannot be met in a completely
cost-free way. Some proposals for stopping the erosion of required
reserves, caused by dwindling Fed membership, would have induced banks to stay with the Fed by paying interest on reserves.
Such interest payments could run into billions of dollars. Since the
Congress is determined to keep the deficit under control, such
proposals are unacceptable. H.R. 7 would achieve its goals in a
fiscally prudent manner. The cost, according to administration estimates, would be $172 million a year.
I am delighted, incidentally, to welcome our present members
and particularly to welcome new members, Michael E. Lowry of
Washington, Edwin R. Bethune of Arkansas, Carroll A. Campbell,
Jr., of South Carolina, Don Ritter of Pennsylvania, and Jon Hinson
of Mississippi. The freshman class deserves all sorts of praise for
having such a splendid attendance record.

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Today we welcome our first witness, the Honorable Robert Carswell, Deputy Secretary of the Department of the Treasury, on
behalf of the administration.
Secretary Carswell, we are most honored to have you with us.
You may now proceed.
STATEMENT OF HON. ROBERT CARSWELL, DEPUTY
SECRETARY, DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY

Mr. CARSWELL. Thank you, sir.
I am pleased to present the views of the administration on H.R.
7. We support the efforts of the Congress to deal with the question
of mandatory universal reserves for depository institutions at this
time.
In mid-1977 the administration requested the introduction of S.
1664, which approached this question in a somewhat different way
and we gave general support to other approaches in the last Congress. We hope the Congress will be able to act on this matter early
in this session. Many plans have been put forward to deal with this
problem. Rather than discussing them in detail, I would like to
consider the principles that we believe should govern this undertaking.
They are, first, improvement of the tools available to the Federal
Reserve in the implementation of monetary policy; second, reducing competitive inequities among depository institutions engaged in
the same or similar lines of business; and third, restraining the
negative impact of any changes on the Federal budget in this
period when the administration and the Congress are striving to
squeeze down the deficit.
These objectives are best served in our view by imposing mandatory reserve requirements on all institutions holding similar deposit balances. Since reserve requirements are important to the effective formulation and implementation of monetary policy, their coverage should not be contingent upon voluntary or induced membership in the Federal Reserve System. They should be regarded as a
price and a necessary component of participation in the monetary
system, rather than a result of decisions about the choice of a
regulator, the value of access to the discount window, or a nice
balancing of the costs of maintaining reserves against the benefits
of membership.
Moreover, to the extent that all institutions that maintain transaction balances have the same level of reserves, the link between
the aggregate amount of reserves and the money supply is made
more firm.
For these reasons, this bill takes a constructive step in severing
the connection between reserves and Federal Reserve membership
and by focusing instead on the type of balance involved. Extending
reserve requirements to thrifts for transaction accounts is a timely
shift toward competitive equality and a more equitable distribution
of the reserve bur<len. The adverse impact on thrifts is relatively
small because their transaction balances are small at this time. Of
course, it is not possible to achieve full equality of treatment with
this step.
There are many small depository institutions that with some
justification will resist a reserve obligation on the ground that the

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adverse impact on their earnings is too great and their participation, while theoretically correct, may not in practice be necessary
to the effective conduct of monetary policy. Total reserves in excess
of vault cash of the smaller banks would, in any event, constitute
only a small proportion of the total reserves. Accordingly, some
exemption from universal reserves for small institutions may
therefore be appropriate, but we hope that the exemption would be
less generous than that proposed in this bill.
In effect, H.R. 7 ratifies the status quo by insuring that the
slightly less than 72 percent of commercial bank deposits currently
subject to reserve requirements remain subject to reserve requirements. Equity prompts expanded coverage, which also might lower
reserve ratios. It would also provide a larger reserve base for us in
monetary policy implementation while still leaving the vast majority of small depository institutions unaffected.
The reporting requirements contained in the bill provide important supplementary monetary coverage of all depository institutions not required to hold reserves. The report forms and statistics
should be brief and rely as much as possible on existing information flows. The paperwork of all institutions, particularly the
smaller ones, should be kept to a minimum.
Finally, we do not think that the concept of universal reserves is
inconsistent with the principles of the dual banking system. That
system recognizes that when there is an overriding Federal interest
in an issue, the ground rules should be established by the Federal
Government.
That is the case, for example, with bank holding companies. It is
also the case with monetary policy. So long as reserves have a role
to play in this process, all banks similarly situated should have the
same burden to the extent practicable. Surely the Federal Government has no responsibility to insure the viability of State supervision by making it financially unattractive for a bank to be a
member of the Federal Reserve.
The strength of the dual banking system comes from the choice
it offers on supervision and examination. That choice remains unchanged by this bill. Moreover, the availability of Federal Reserve
services to all banks at nondiscriminatory rates will make it easier
for a larger bank to be a nonmember.
In the last Congress, the administration indicated that if the
Congress decided that the holding of reserves should continue to be
voluntary, then the administration would support legislation to
reduce the financial burden of membership through the payment of
interest on reserves. For all the reasons I have noted, we very
much prefer the approach of required reserves as it is embodied in
this bill.
In testimony before the Senate Banking Committee last June
and August and in a letter to this committee in September, the
administration stated that it would accept a revenue loss of $200 to
$300 million after tax recoveries to d·eal with this problem. Then in
an October letter to the Senate Banking Committee, with the
budget outlook tightening, we indicated that a revenue loss at the
lower end of that range or perhaps below it was preferable.
In the current budget environment, a solution to the membership
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recoveries is essential. We understand that the committee staff
estimates that the net cost of implementing H.R. 7 would be approximately $170 million. While this expense does not exceed the
limit of acceptability, these next few years will be ones of budget
stringency. Accordingly, we would encourage exploration of proposals that involve lower costs.
In any calculation of the total annual cost of the membership
solution, the Congress should focus on the fiscal 1980 budget
impact. There are several elements in the revenue and cost figures
that make the near term financial results of various membership
solutions a matter of special concern.
In determining the after-tax revenue loss for most proposals,
estimates of tax recaptures that may take several years are used.
These deferred tax effects might leave a disproportionate aftertax
shortfall in the first year of most annual loss projections. Similarly,
most proposals assume income of about $410 million from the
explicit pricing of Federal Reserve services to reduce the annual
net revenue loss the proposals will generate. Yet not all the revenue will be available in fiscal 1980. It will take time to develop and
institute prices on some services.
Finally, most membership proposals contain provisions, as in this
bill, to phase in reserve requirements on depository institutions
that are not now Federal Reserve members and to impose any
increased requirements on existing members over a 4-year period.
At the same time, the proposals mandate that any change in
reserve ratios, including the moderate lowering in H.R. 7, be effected within 2 years.
We are concerned that the time gap between a lowering of ratios
and the accumulation of new reserve balances may increase the
net revenue loss in the early years. Accordingly, our support of
H.R. 7 is premised on the assumption that the Federal Reserve will
fully offset any revenue loss during the transition years. Chairman
Miller has advised me that the Board of Governors has agreed to
this approach.
Mr. Chairman, the staff of the Federal Reserve and the Treasury
have been working on more refined methods of estimating the
revenue loss for this bill and I would like to submit for the record
in the next week those revised estimates.
[Subsequently the following information was submitted for the
record by Mr. Carswell:]


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Fiscal Years 1980-84
millions

Reduction in Federal Reserve earnings due to reduction in
reserve requirements for member banks, at 10/79 projectedl/
membership levels, phased in over 2 years beginning l0/7g.::

Fiscal Years
1982

1983

1984

1980

1981

-521

-1,131

-1,228

-1,332

-1,445

33

71

115

166

180

lli

535

579

~

ill

-534

-536

-583

Increase in Federal Reserve earnings from extension of

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Net change in Federal Reserve earnings before
tax recovery ••••••••••••• , ••••••••••••• , •••••••

-217

-525

• , , , ••••••••••••••• , ••••••••••••••••••••

~

155

.ill

~

.ill

Net revenue effect before offset for membership
attrition under present Federal reserve
requirements ••••••• , • , ••••••• , •••• •., ••••••••• ,

-148

-370

-316

-300

-326

.ll

103

ill

lli.

ill

Net revenue effect •••••• , , •••.••••••• , . , •••••••••

-117

-267

-147

-64

-13

3/

Income tax offs er-

u.s. Treasury
BDard of Governors of the Federal Reserve System
Footnotes to table

j/

Assumes: (1) between 12/77 and 9/79 member bank deposit attrition continues at the average of the nation
for the period 1975-77 (i,e, 1 the member bank share of total commercial bank deposits declines 1.7 percentage
points per year); (2) total coumercial bank deposits increase at an average annual rate of 8,5 per cent each
year after 1977; and (3) the average return on the Federal Reserve portfolio is 6,5 per cent per year from
10/79 through 9/84.

l./

Assumes: (1) full charging for Federal Reserve services, if fully implemented at the end of 1977, would have
generated $410 million; and (2) Federal Reserve revenue from such charges grows proportionally to the growth
in deposits assumed in footnote l.

11

Recovery of the loss of Treasury revenue from the decline in Federal Reserve earnings asaumes: (1) additional
cmrmercial bank earnings are taxed at an average marginal rate of 35 per cent; (2) the lagged additional
dividends paid to conmercial bank stockholders from the higher commercial bank after-tax earnings increases
total tax recovery 2-1/2 percentage points per year until the total tax recovery reaches 45 per cent of
the additional commercial bank earnings in four yeara; and (3) 45 per cent of each year's tax liability
is paid in the fiscal year incurred and 55 per cent is paid in the next fiscal year,

!!,/ Assumes:

(1) if R.R. 7 is not enacted, the attrition of meuber bank deposits would accelerate to a rate midway
between that experienced in New England and that of the nation during the 1975-77 period; (2) total commercial
bank deposit growth and Federal Reserve portfolio return are as indicated in footnote l; and (3) the tax offset
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Mr. CARSWELL. Section 7 of H.R. 7 would require the Federal
Reserve to price its services and make them available to all depository institutions, whether or not they are members or hold reserves. Once access to System services is no longer required as an
inducement to membership, the more general availability of Federal Reserve services should benefit the banking system as a whole.
Moreover, requiring that the Federal Reserve price services on a
basis involving full allocation of cost with appropriate allowances
for costs unique to private organizations, such as capital and taxes,
should allow other vendors to compete with the System more effectively. Hopefully market systems will then become important in
establishing the prices of these services and the relative roles of
the competing vendors.
H.R. 7, like its predecessor H.R. 14072, would index the exemption from reserve requirements based on deposit growth. We do not
favor this provision. The exemption results from the structure of
the current system under which many small banks are nonmembers and thus maintain no reserves at the Federal Reserve
and others very low reserve requirements.
We should seek to eliminate the disparate treatment of large and
small banks over time. If the exemption is not indexed, the growth
of the deposit base over the years will gradually reduce the scope of
the exemption and will further the objective of competitive equity
in the banking systems.
I would like to note for the record that the Comptroller of the
Currency is in basic agreement with the general direction taken by
H.R. 7. While the Comptroller feels strongly that ultimately reserve requirements should be imposed equally against comparable
liabilities for all depository institutions, it is his position that H.R.
7 represents a workable solution to the problem of assuring the
Federal Reserve of adequate control over the monetary aggregates.
This concludes my formal testimony, Mr. Chairman, and I would
be pleased to answer any questions that the committee may have.
Chairman REUSS. Thank you for an absolutely first-rate presentation, Mr. Secretary.
I want at this time to acknowledge the presence of the chairmen
of two subcommittees which are intimately concerned with this
matter, Mr. Fernand J. St Germain, chairman of the Financial
Institutions Supervision Subcommittee, and Mr. Parren J. Mitchell,
chairman of the Domestic Monetary Policy Subcommittee. Through
the matter of bank regulation and through the matter of monetary
policy, both these subcommittees are intimately involved; both subcommittees have taken leadership in the last year investigating
this issue, and I trust that leadership continues.
We will now examine under the 5-minute rule.
Secretary Carswell, I take it the administration's position is one
of full support for H.R. 7 with the two exceptions, those exceptions
being: First, that in order to minimize the loss of revenues, the
administration would prefer that the two $50 million exemptions
be somewhat reduced so as to reduce or eliminate the revenue loss;
and second, and somewhat to the same effect, the administration
would prefer to eliminate the indexing provision, which in effect
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other institutions, it will not by its growth find itself posting compulsory reserves.
Is that a fair statement, that those are the two points that you
feel need improvement?
Mr. CARSWELL. That is a fair statement, Mr. Chairman.
Chairman REUSS. I would have a couple of questions about each
one.
With respect to the first point, namely lose less revenue, how
would you suggest we go about that? We could go about it I should
think by a variety of means: First, reduce the $50 million; second,
raise the reserve requirements. Either/or, some combination thereof would, I suppose, result arithmetically in whatever result the
administration wants.
Do you have a preference?
Mr. CARSWELL. I think that is correct. Those are the alternatives.
The purpose for the exemption is to avoid too much of a dislocation
in the present competitive system in the banking area now and the
exact level at which the exemption is set is, I suppose, a function of
how much the System can be changed at one time.
I would think it ought to be possible, based on the runs in your
committee print, to lower that exemption somewhat without
having an unacceptable effect on the levels of competition with
smaller banks.
I suppose alternatively one could raise reserve requirements
which would then raise revenue from all the banks that remained
in the System. That would in a sense further the competitive
advantage of those banks that are out and I would suppose that
would move, generally speaking, in the wrong direction, so the
reduction of expense is probably preferable.
We would not have a strong feeling on that. It is a question of
what, all things considered, is the best way for the process to move.
Chairman REUSS. Thank you for that answer.
Does the administration intend to make a more detailed arithmetical proposal on that, or are you simply saying that you would
view it with pleasure if the committee or the Congress reduces the
present $50 million somehow or other so as to lose less revenue at
the banks?
Mr. CARSWELL. I do not think we would propose to go any farther
than what I just said. AB you know, Senator Proxmire approaches
the bill both ways, with a higher exemption and lower reserve
ratios. There is plenty of room for differing views. I am not sure
our specific view will add anything to the debate.
Chairman REUSS. I think you have made it clear.
On your second point, that you do not like the indexing arrangement, you addressed yourself to that point in your testimony and
said on page 5 of xour written statement that you do not care for
indexing because ' We should seek to eliminate the disparate treatment of large and small banks over time."
There is of course in this bill disparate treatment. All banks get
$50 million of deposits on which they are home free, they are not
required to post sterile, noninterest-yielding reserves on those. And
that does involve a valid judgment.
Is it the administration's position that smaller banks not be
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I say that because it is the view of the authors of this legislation
that such favored treatment is in the public interest. We do not
want to see this country become one like the United Kingdom
where you have only five big banks. We note that under our
corporation income tax laws, benefits of a special nature are given
small business; that is to say, the first $25,000 of income is taxed at
a lower rate than income over that amount.
It is the view of this committee that there is a difference, that
small banks should be encouraged to maintain correspondent banking relations, they should be encouraged to grow but that at a
certain level-and here we did take $50 million times two out of
the blue, so to speak-banks should be asked to sink or swim on
their own.
Is there a philosophical difference between the administration
and those of this committee who believe in disparate treatment, as
you have suggested?
Mr. CARSWELL. I do not think there is any basic philosophical
difference. I suppose if one wanted to be a purist about it, there is
not any real reason why anybody who runs banks should not have
the same rules applied to him. But the fact is that small banks do
not have the relative economies of size that larger banks have.
They may have some other disadvantages too. And I think that has
been recognized, as you say, both in the tax laws and in other areas
of banking laws.
On the other hand, I guess the basic question is: How small is
small?
A $50 million exemption on transaction balances can apply to a
pretty big bank by anybody's objective standards. The smaller
bank, the really small bank, can go one-tenth of that, without any
particular difficulty. So when you get to a $50 million bank and
another $50 million on top of that for the time and savings exemptions, you are talking about a bank with very large balances by
some people's ideas of objective standards.
Now I would suppose that that is where the debate lies, where
that break ought to be, not that there is not a special problem for
smaller banks.
Chairman REuss. So we are not talking principle, we are talking
price?
Mr. CARSWELL. I think that is right.
Chairman REUSS. My time is up. Mr. Leach, welcome to the
august upper row.
Mr. LEACH. To be sure I feel out of place. I just have one
question.
On page 3 of your testimony you maintain that mandated reserves are not inconsistent with the dual banking system. Does it
not seem likely that nonmember banks, when they are required to
maintain reserves, will also leave their State banking systems and
therefore to some degree jeopardize the current dual banking arrangement?
In that regard, do you have estimates or have you surveyed the
banks that potentially would be affected to ask their judgment
whether they would leave the State banking system if subject to
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Mr. CARSWELL. I know obviously that is the argument, that if you
had to be a member of the Fed, that it might be to the advantage
of a bank that is now a State bank to turn to a national charter
and thereby have one regulator instead of two. And that is no
doubt what could happen.
No, we have not surveyed it. I do not know whether the Fed has
or not. We really do not have any mechanism to survey the 15,000
banks in this country in the Treasury Department; we are not in
touch with them directly.
I think it is fair to say that the dual banking system relies for its
strength on the fact that State regulation does offer something
different from what the Comptroller offers and that would be in
the areas of powers and its general approach to local problems.
That will still be present, whether or not they are members of the
Fed; I suppose that is what the dual banking system is all about.
The reverse of the argument that I presented in the statement is
that you are asking the Federal Government to in effect pay these
people for staying out, because we do now in the present system.
That is, we make it unattractive to be a member of the Fed today,
and that is a crazy way to build your monetary base. We would
think that the rational way is as the bill suggests and then, if the
dual banking system has the strengths that we all think it has, it
would not be seriously affected by this move because the State
supervision system will continue to have exactly the same kind of
advantages that it has today for some.
Mr. LEACH. I sympathize with your concerns and I think your
arguments for changing the current system are strong. However, I
think it is a bit glib to say that the dual banking system will not be
affected when you have no real assurance.
Second, I think it would be responsible to survey in some manner
the banks that might be affected. A survey could be more the
Federal Reserve's role than Treasury's. However, from my discussions with Iowa bankers, the primary reason for staying with the
State banking system is economic and not one of local control.
Therefore it would appear to me to be very much a matter of
conjecture that economic incentives will not disrupt the current
balance.
My only concern is that before we take a substantial step, and
this is a step that I think all of us want to seriously consider, we
know from a first-hand point of view what the ramifications are
going to be. I am not sure that either the Treasury or the Fed at
this time is in a position to say definitively what they will be. I
wonder if steps are being taken to try to ascertain that in advance.
Mr. CARSWELL. As I said, we are not conducting any survey, we
are really not in a position to.
Mr. LEACH. Thank you. I have no further questions.
Chairman REUSS. Mr. St Germain.
Mr. ST GERMAIN. Thank you, Mr. Chairman.
Mr. Carswell, I think that one of the important questions that
has to be addressed here, because I suspect this legislation, whether it be in the form it is now or an amended fashion, is going to
face a rockier road now than it did in the last Congress. I do not
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I feel that the members of this committee will have to be convinced of the necessity of the legislation, to wit: Is it absolutely
necessary for the conduct of monetary policy that this legislation
be adopted and with the trend toward financial institutions leaving
the Federal Reserve System be reversed?
Second and honestly, perhaps you can address the next question
this morning or in reply in written comment, it is my understanding that, on the Senate side, legislation will be introduced that
would exempt from reserve requirements the savings accounts of
the smaller people, so to speak, because traditionally we know that
these funds do not move. They go in there, we have people who
have still accounts, passbook accounts in financial institutions, primarily commercials that are paying them 4, 4¼, or 4½ percent. So
these are not the type of funds that move around a great deal.
My understanding is that the legislation may well be proposed in
the Senate which would impose reserve requirements on transaction accounts and on commercial type certificates of deposit. This
approach would appear to alleviate the burden that might well be
suffered by a great many smaller institutions.
I personally have been very impressed by the situation at one of
my financial institutions in Rhode Island that converted a few
years back from being a dual financial institution-as you know,
we have some unusual situations in Rhode Island-it was both a
savings bank as well as a commercial bank. And that charter dated
back an untold number of years. They still are one of the leading
institutions in Rhode Island, as far as home mortgage financing is
concerned. When they converted, over 80,000 people in Rhode
Island became stockholders. A reduction in their income, which
under this legislation would be quite substantial despite the
changes that have been made since last year, would adversely
affect not people with deep pockets but just savers, ordinary working people. I find that argument is a compelling one. So I say to
you, there are two questions that are going-that I would like
answered.
First, can we be convinced and assured of the fact that membership in the Fed is an absolute requirement for the proper conduct
of monetary policy?
And second, if that be the case, is it also necessary that the
requirements attach themselves to the traditional savings accounts
as opposed to limiting themselves to transaction accounts in commercial certificates of deposit?
I think, Secretary Carswell, you realize that after our work together in the last Congress, which was very pleasant, that I by no
means grieve or shed too many elephant tears for the commercial
banking system. By the same token, I feel we have to look at the
realities of life.
Mr. CARSWELL. I think this committee has already heard in the
last Congress from a number of people who have addressed these
questions and of course there are those who say that in order to
conduct monetary policy, you do not need reserves at all, you can
do it through market operations. And in that sense I do not suppose it is possible for anyone to assure you that it is 100 percent
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On the other hand, we have conducted monetary policy now
since the start of the Federal Reserve System with a required
reserve base and it has been relatively successful. All our statistics
and our experience are with that approach.
I would suppose that to shift now to an approach where there is
no required reserve base, which is a theoretical possibility, would
involve taking risks and consequences that I do not see any reason
to take. Further, it would involve a very significant diminution in
the revenues of the United States.
The fact is that the required reserves do provide income for the
Fed; that is they, the Fed, use that money, and the earnings on the
funds, those required reserves, come to the U.S. Treasury, and the
amounts have been relatively large in recent years. That is a price
that is built into the banking system and to give up those reserves,
in effect to give them back to the banks at this juncture in your
budgetary and appropriation policy considerations, would seem to
me to be unwise as well.
So I would think that it is pretty clear that we ought to continue,
the Fed ought to continue to conduct its monetary policy from a
required reserve base and that base ought to be as high as possible.
Now if you accept that, then a further point I suppose is relevant;
that is, that it is easier, more simple and understandable to conduct monetary policy from a reserve base if you know what that
base is, if it is settled, if it does not shift. It is constantly shifting
now, both because we have a rather complex structure of reserve
requirements-the schedule of reserves that banks are required to
keep-and also because people keep leaving the System. They leave
the System because it is too expensive and that in turn inhibits the
Fed from changing reserve requirements and hence we lose the
flexibility in the conduct of our monetary policy which we could
otherwise obtain.
I think where we come out is that it is necessary, as a practical
matter, to have a reserve requirement system in this country and
that that system ought to be as stable and predictable as possible,
and that is the way this bill approaches it.
Now there can be obviously plenty of room for modifications and
changes in the mix and you are suggesting that it would be preferable to lower or exempt the reserve requirements on one component; namely, savings deposits.
I would suppose that is partially recognized now by the fact that
H.R. 7 does have the reserve requirement at 3 percent, which is
significantly below what the requirement is on transaction balances. And I think that is done philosophically at least to recognize
that there is a difference in the types of deposits. Whether that
requirement should go to zero or not I would suppose is an open
question.
Traditionally we have always had some level, some type of reserves on savings accounts, savings deposits, but I suppose it is not
impossible to think of a system where it could be lower. I would
think the balance suggested in the bill, which is, incidentally, the
same balance suggested on this point at least in Senator Proxmire's bill which was introduced last week in the Senate, is probably a pretty fair level. But I am not really familiar with the

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institution you are talking about, so I do not know exactly what
the dollars and cents effects would be.
Mr. ST GERMAIN. I can say it is significant.
Thank you, Mr. Secretary.
Chairman REuss. Thank you, Mr. St Germain.
Mr. Annunzio.
Mr. ANNUNZIO. Thank you, Mr. Chairman.
Mr. Secretary, I am concerned that the cost of this legislation
may not justify the proposed benefits. I have not been convinced
that the Federal Reserve System can do an effective job of controlling monetary supply, even with passage of this legislation. The
system seems to have set on one of the two courses to pursue with
monetary policy. When they do not work, they just continue to
plow along with the same programs, I guess, under the rationale
that eventually they will get lucky.
I want to make it clear I am not talking about the efforts of the
current Federal Reserve Board Chairman, because I think he inherited this monetary mess we are in. Given the track record of
the Federal Reserve Board, how can I justify to my taxpayers an
expenditure that may range as high as $300 million or as low as
$170 million, at a time when we are trying to cut spending and not
add to it? How can we justify that with the taxpayers?
Mr. CARSWELL. Mr. Annunzio, I can only say that the President
feels at least as strongly as you do about the necessity of being
tightfisted with expenditures in our Federal Government, and I
emphasize in my statement that we would prefer to see that cost
down.
I should also say that we will be submitting for the record here a
more refined analysis of what those costs will be as best we can
estimate them. I think they are a little lower probably than the
numbers that have been considered heretofore. I think we have
done more work on it and refined the assumptions, but the fact is
that there still, as you rightfully point out, will be a considerable
loss in revenue by anybody's standards and justifying that loss
depends on how important you think it is that we give the Fed the
maximum tools to conduct monetary policy.
I think it is important that they have those tools. I think we also
should not forget that there is no reason to think that attrition
from the Federal Reserve System will not continue if we do not do
something here and that will also result in a loss in revenue to the
Treasury, whether or not we help the Fed to conduct its monetary
policy better.
I would suppose that that is shortsighted, too, that is, to keep a
system going now which has demonstrated that it is losing members because the members find that they can get the services that
the Fed gives them elsewhere cheaper and hence they flee from the
System.
If the rate continues, it would not be surprising in 5 years if we
lost something approaching 20 percent of the present membership.
And I think on the whole that would be very unfortunate both
from the standpoint of a cohesive banking system and from the
standpoint of the conduct of our monetary policy.
I am not sure I agree with some of the characterizations of the
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you have made but, on the other hand, it is going to make it a lot
harder for them if they continue to lose members at the rate they
are losing them now.
Mr. ANNUNZIO. In general, what you are saying and merely
trying to clear the air because I know I will blast them on the
question, what you are saying, if $300 million is too much, $170
million is too much, that if we have to revise your figures, if we
spend $100 million, we save the Federal Reserve System, then the
amount of money that we are spending is justified. Is that about
what you are saying?
Mr. CARSWELL. Yes, sir.
Mr. ANNUNZIO. Thank you.
Now, Mr. Secretary, couldn't we solve the problem of the Federal
Reserve membership losses by requiring all commercial banking
institutions to place reserves with the Federal Reserve Board and
then the Board would charge the financial institutions for any
services rendered by the System, such as wire transfers, discount
window services, currency and coin distribution? The amount of
interest that would be paid on these reserves would not be a set
amount, but would be determined by the amount generated by the
sale of banking services by the Fed.
At the end of the year, the Federal Reserve Board would add up
the income, just like any businessman, from selling these services,
deduct its cost of operation and then the rest of the moneys would
be paid out to the member banks in the form of dividends.
It might be that a bank would receive a I-percent-interest dividend or it could receive a 15- or 20-percent dividend, but in no case
would the taxpayer be directly or through the subterfuge that you
can raise the pay, responsible for any of the interest payments.
I would like to get some of your thoughts on that plan that I
propose; it is not refined or complete, but it is something to throw
out, that we are in the business of selling services. In your own
department, if I were to look at your budget, I could see maybe five
or six consulting firms that you hire to make a study; we have all
kinds of companies in this country that are selling services.
I think that the Government ought to embark upon a program of
getting paid for some of the services that it renders.
Mr. CARSWELL. Well, I think you are suggesting a formalized
approach to see that it would break even, whatever we do now,
that is starting from the base now that banks would neither gain
nor lose.
I don't know quite how that will fit with the smaller banks that,
under H.R. 7, would be required, in effect, to have reserves up, and
even if they got a dividend back, I am not sure they would come
out as well as they are now. The exemption insures them, in effect,
of the most favorable type treatment.
Mr. ANNUNZIO. I know, Mr. Secretary, you realize the thrust of
my question is not to worry about the bankers because if you read
the financial pages they are the only people showing a profit today.
I am worrying about the taxpayers.
Mr. CARSWELL. Well, you and I don't have any difference of
opinion that if this thing could come in at break even, we would be
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Mr. ANNUNZIO. My time is up. I have one more question. I will
ask that at the next go-around.
Thank you very much.
Chairman REUSS. Thank you, Mr. Annunzio.
Mr. Bethune.
Mr. BETHUNE. Mr. Secretary, you seem to say in your report,
page 3, that the strength of the dual system comes from the choice
it offers on supervision and examination, which seems to me about
the very least that you could say for that system or any dual
system.
I wonder, do you recognize that the system has any other
strengths?
Mr. CARSWELL. I understand the philosophy for the dual banking
system, the thoughts behind it; they are concentrated on the idea
that banking has benefited in the past from diversity and will
continue to do so and that the dual banking system permits diversity, particularly at the local levels in the banking system and it
does that because State supervisors may be in a position better to
accommodate innovation and the problems of localities are less
than with a more monolithic Fed system, and I would have supposed that that is the heart of what the advantages are.
The issue here is whether, when we make the cost of Federal
Reserve membership more neutral that that will lead people to
forgo the advantages of possible diversity and innovative approach
at the local levels and thereby weaken the System.
I would have supposed that the issue then gets to be how much is
the Federal Government going to be prepared to subsidize that
dual banking system because, in effect, that is what will happen.
That is happening now. The reason people are not assuming their
Federal Reserve responsibilities by remaining members is that it
costs money and they can avoid it by staying out.
If every bank is required to assume the same responsibilities as a
member bank, that is equitable, I suppose, overall, and if the dual
banking system has the strength, as I think you and I would agree
it does, then that shouldn't adversely affect them.
Mr. ANNUNZIO. If it should attract people to leave the dual
system-institutions to leave the dual system, then would we lose
forever the benefits of that system or would you imagine that the
Federal Government then could replace that by beefing up the
services and rapport that now exist in the System and would that
not in turn cost additional money?
Mr. CARSWELL. I think you have to look at it in a number of
different ways. In a sense it depends on where you start. Today the
dual banking system, by percentage, is stronger, I would suppose
we would agree, because the percentage of banks that are now
State-chartered as opposed to federally chartered is up and that is
because, in part, of the withdrawal from the Federal Reserve
System.
Now, it just depends on what you think the proper level is. After
all, Fed membership is down now from 88 percent in 1941 to 72
percent now. So part of that has accrued, I suppose, to a stronger
dual banking system.
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supervisors ran a better show than the Fed supervisors, I guess
none of us really knows, but the shift has been in that direction
and I am not sure, if one made the Federal Reserve membership
neutral, which is essentially what the proposal is here, that is, so
nobody would lose by being either in or out, that would necessarily
mean that people would flee the dual banking system; if the dual
banking system has the advantages, as I certainly think it has in
some areas, there won't be any significant diminution.
Mr. ANNUNZIO. Thank you.
Chairman REUSS. Mr. Mitchell.
Mr. MITCHELL. Thank you, Mr. Chairman.
I realize that this is a hearing on H.R. 7,.but I want to make a
brief comment on the statement made by Mr. Annunzio regarding
the peculiar ways in which the Federal Reserve occasionally acts.
Today, I issued a press release with regard to a half billion dollar
loss that the American taxpayers have sustained as a result of the
Federal Reserve's intervention in the foreign exchange market.
Last year I spoke about this on the floor, suggesting that our
intervention in foreign exchange markets has not been beneficial
to us. Now we have a half billion dollar loss to our economy
resulting from that intervention.
[The press release referred to by Mr. Mitchell follows:]
PRESS RELEASE OF REPRESENTATIVE PARREN

J.

MITCHELL

[For release on Monday, Jan. 22, 1979, 10 p.m. e.s.t.]

Representative Parren J. Mitchell (D. Md.), Chairman of the Domestic Monetary
Policy Subcommittee of the House Banking, Finance and Urban Affairs Committee,
charged today, "The Federal Reserve System lost $506 million last year by speculating in the foreign exchange market." The loss, which was largely due to past foreign
exchange operations "increased our budget deficit dollar for dollar, and no enduring
benefit resulted from this tremendous half billion dollar cost," Mitchell said. He
called the House's attention to the loss in a floor statement "because the Federal
Reserve undertook massive new foreign exchange commitments in 1978, and continues to intervene in foreign exchange markets even now."
"Had the Federal Reserve not lost the $506 million", Mitchell stated, "it would
have been remitted to the Treasury, which could have used the money to cover
budgetary expenses, so "the U.S. budget deficit was half a billion dollars larger than
it needed to be."
"The most important reason that the Federal Reserve should stop this practice,"
Chairman Mitchell said, "is that it wasted half a billion dollars. Half a billion goes a
long way, an,j it shouldn't be lost gambling in foreign exchange markets. I can
think of lots of ways to spend that money which would be of far greater benefit to
Americans."
Mitchell attributed the loss to the Federal Reserve's efforts to shore up the dollar.
"The Federal Reserve tries to keep the dollar from falling, so it borrows and sells
foreign currencies," Mitchell explained. "This is supposed to increase the demand
for dollars temporarily and shore up the price of the dollar," Mitchell said. "However, even in the short run, such intervention can prove counterproductive by arousing unnecessary fears and speculative selling of the dollar."
According to Mitchell, the effort is not worthwhile. "The dollar was not saved by
the Federal Reserve's intervention in foreign exchange markets last year," Mitchell
said. "What stopped the slide of the dollar last fall was the promise of slower money
growth backed up as it was by an unprecedented one percentage point rise in the
discount rate. I believe that if the Federal Reserve had achieved its money supply
growth targets all along, the dollar would not have needed defending to begin with."
Mitchell stressed that borrowing and selling foreign currencies for dollars cannot
permanently affect the price of the dollar. "All that the Federal Reserve can hope
to accomplish by speculating in foreign exchange markets is to make the dollar
stronger now at the risk at making it weaker later," he said. "It has no enduring


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purpose and should be stopped. We can use the money the Federal Reserve loses on
foreign exchange operations in much more beneficial ways."

Mr. MITCHELL. I just wanted to follow up on Mr. Annunzio's
illustration of the kind of strange behavior that sometimes occurs
within the Federal Reserve.
To return to H.R. 7, the question has been raised, whether we
should allow the Federal Reserve to pay interest on bank reserves
without allowing banks to pay interest on their demand deposit
liabilities. I want to get your thinking on that Mr. Carswell.
Do you think we should provide for Federal Reserve payments of
interest on bank reserves without allowing the banks to pay interest on their demand deposit liabilities?
Mr. CARSWELL. The administration supported last year the NOW
account bill which would permit commercial banks to pay interest
on their demand deposits and coupled that with a proposal to pay
interest on reserves. In other words, it did make the coupling that
you are talking about.
I think we have come to view that the H.R. 7 approach is a
better approach, that those two need not be linked and, indeed, if
we could avoid paying interest, that is, the Fed paying interest on
reserves, that is to the good. It will make the System considerably
more complex and costly to the Treasury and the Federal Government.
I think we would prefer to see that linkage not take place.
On the other hand, we have no problems at all about the NOW
account approach. That is, this administration has supported NOW
accounts, continues to support NOW accounts and if the Congress
is willing to enact nationwide NOW accounts now we would certainly support that.
Mr. MITCHELL. Then the lack of a section in H.R. 7 on paying
interest on demand deposits is only because you want the bill kept
fairly clean, without any entanglements in terms of NOW-type
accounts, correct?
Mr. CARSWELL. That is correct. I don't think there is any necessary linkage here. This problem can be addressed without that
linkage.
Mr. MITCHELL. I too am interested in the cost of implementing
H.R. 7. You have indicated that the low figure now is about $170
million to implement H.R. 7. You have indicated you are putting a
paper together, which I assume you will share with this committee,
regarding ways in which we can reduce the cost of implementation.
I look forward to reading it. At this point, could you give me one or
two general ideas you might have in terms of reducing the cost of
this bill's implementation?
Mr. CARSWELL. As we discussed before, there really are two
approaches. One is to lower the exemption. That is a $50 million
exemption in the bill below which no reserves need be kept. You
could lower that to $45 million, $40 million, whatever a break-even
point would be. Alternatively, one could change the reserve schedule and instead of paying the interest on those reserves at the level
or levels that are now there, they could be raised, so that instead of
the 9 percent now required on transaction accounts, it could go, I
suppose; to 10 percent, and that would make the bill break even.
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Mr. CARSWELL. I think we would prefer lowering the exemption
rather than raising the reserves, the reason being that by raising
the reserve requirement ratio, in fact you make the people who are
in pay more and you add to the favored position of the people who
are out, who have the exemption.
I think that is moving clearly in the wrong direction. I suppose
to the extent it is possible to have every bank competing on an
equal basis, that is the favorable approach.
Mr. MITCHELL. I have no further questions, Mr. Chairman.
Chairman REUSS. Mr. Campbell.
Mr. CAMPBELL. Mr. Carswell, speaking of the $170 million loss,
you have, through the Federal Reserve, proposed a scheme of
charges addressing a number of things but you have not addressed
the charge on check floats and I wonder if you would address this
and give us the benefit of your comments on it?
Mr. CARSWELL. Well, that one area of benefits that the Fed and
others get out of the System, depending on how money flows, I
have never really been clear how one can be sure about the pricing
of flows. The Fed runs studies every now and then and they have
never been too precise in where those benefits lie to the extent that
you can switch the benefits around and allow for delayed payments
and so on. Obviously that is important and it is a necessary component of any pricing schedule that the Fed will later put in for
services. We have just had this problem in our tax and loan accounts where the Treasury has just shifted to a system whereby
the banks now pay us interest on excess funds that we keep in the
banking system.
That hadn't been done until Congress authorized it at the last
session. And the float problem has been very difficult there. We
now have an assumed float in that pricing. I assume for the pricing
of some services, the Fed will have to do the same. I just really
don't know how they intend to do it on different services.
Mr. CAMPBELL. I have seen some figures on this on the float
being approximately $5 billion with about $500 million in an interest level. Is that a figure somewhere in the ballpark of one of your
estimates?
Mr. CARSWELL. I honestly don't know. The use of money today is
probably around 10 percent in Federal funds but in the past it
hasn't been that high. That is why your statistics get difficult.
The cost of a float will vary with the interest rate.
Mr. CAMPBELL. Let me switch to another area. We have talked
basically of H.R. 7. Let us look at a couple of the other proposals
that have come along that have been addressed by other members.
Basically the proposals of permitting banks to invest reserves in
Treasury securities, or the Brooke proposal of a certificate of deposit, some of these types of alternatives that have been suggested, I
would like to know whether the Treasury Department has analyzed these proposals and what your position on them is?
Mr. CARSWELL. As they have been proffered, we have looked at
them.
I don't think we have submitted to this committee or on the
Senate side detailed responses on all the proposals. I think it is fair
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less complicated, and in the long run far less expensive than any of
the others.
Mr. CAMPBELL. Let us take one of them then. Let us speak of the
Treasury securities. I would like to know what your specific analysis of that one proposal was.
Mr. CARSWELL. That proposal basically is that a member bank
should be allowed to keep its reserve balances in Treasury securities and that it receives the interest on those Treasury securities.
Now, today, those reserve balances are kept in Treasury securities in effect by the Fed, but the Fed gets thf interest so that the
United States gets the interest and the proposal would simply shift
that interest to the banks. That will cost a lot of money. Even if
you do it on a cutdown basis, dollar for dollar, only some percentage of it, but whatever happens, the allowing of the banks to have
the interest from reserve invested in Treasury securities will be
very expensive. It will also complicate the Fed's conduct of monetary policy.
Mr. CAMPBELL. I understand that, but in assuming a payment on
Treasury securities, one has to also assume the required reserve is
in itself a tax, looking at it that way. Would you look at it that
way?
Mr. CARSWELL. I don't think there is any question that in effect
the present system of reserves is the price that banks pay for being
allowed the privilege of being banks.
That is being allowed to use other people's money for their
inventory.
Chairman REuss. Mrs. Spellman.
Mrs. SPELLMAN. Mr. Secretary, if we are for the first time now
going to impose reserve requirements on checking accounts in
thrift institutions, do you think perhaps it would be desirable that
we allow them a large enough exemption to stipulate their innovative approaches into the transactions of business?
As we understand it, $50 million is based on some data of December 1977, virtually exempts all.
Mr. CARSWELL. I suppose that is correct.
I am not sure, Mr. Chairman, whether the staff ever figured
out-there was talk that maybe two of them were affected at the
$50 million level.
Chairman REuss. Two or three, I believe.
Mr. CARSWELL. Maybe a couple who would be affected even at
the $50 million level, but all the rest would not. Hence it would
follow that shifts I suppose in the other institutions from savings
accounts of whatever kind, or certificate of deposit into transaction
balances, wouldn't adversely affect the thrifts because that aggregate amount would still remain below the $50 million level.
Thrifts, on the whole, as everyone on this committee knows, have
not been offering transaction accounts except in New England, so
it is hard to tell how that will proceed across the country, although
the trend certainly seems to be on.
I think the point is, if they do go into the same business that a
commercial bank is in, they probably ought to compete on the
same basis as the commercial banks have to compete.
There isn't any particular reason why at this point we ought to
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commercial banks, but I think on the whole we would think the
$50 million exemption would have the effect, or whatever exemption you do pick, it could be lower than $50 million, would have the
effect of encouraging the thrifts to go forward with transaction
accounts at least in the beginning without incurring unacceptable
costs.
Chairman REUSS. Mr. AuCoin.
Mr. AuCoIN. Thank you, Mr. Chairman.
Mr. Secretary, I haven't made up my own mind as to what the
best method is of solving the problem. I think we all recognize
what H.R. 7 addresses. I have a number of questions and in the
time I have available I would like to pose a few of them, if I may.
First of all, what is more important in order to give the Fed a
handle over monetary policy it must have? The size of membership
of institutions or the total amount of funds?
Mr. CARSWELL. My personal opinion would be the dollars.
Mr. AuCoIN. It is my understanding that H.R. 7 in fact would
give the Fed fewer dollars, but more participating institutions. Is
that not correct?
Mr. CARSWELL. In a sense that is correct.
Mr. AuCoIN. It is a question of dollars. It is either true or it is
false.
Mr. CARSWELL. It is just a question of who puts the dollars up.
There are a number of banks who have opted out of the Federal
Reserve System that are really very large and should have been in
the System and some of their dollars will be brought back in,
whereas the people who are now in the System, because of the
exemption levels, will not be affected by the-Mr. AuCoIN. What I am talking about are the ground rules H.R.
7 would lay down as to who has to participate and who doesn't.
Isn't it true under H.R. 7 you would have fewer dollars, but a
larger number of participating institutions, isn't that correct?
Mr. CARSWELL. It depends on what you mean by participating. If
you are counting the exemptions-that is the banks that are members, that are required to be in the Federal Reserve System-that
is put up reserves-but are out because of exemptions, then I think
the aggregate number is less under H.R. 7.
Mr. AuCoIN. The aggregate number of what, dollars?
Mr. CARSWELL. Banks that participate in the sense of having to
put up reserves as opposed to being subject to it.
Mr. AuCoIN. Let us talk about dollars held in reserve by however many participating institutions there are. Aren't there fewer
dollars under H.R. 7?
Mr. CARSWELL. Yes.
Mr. AuCoIN. You have just said the most important objective in
terms of managing monetary policy is having a larger number of
dollars to be able to manage. How is this bill a help to the Fed?
Mr. CARSWELL. It will stabilize it.
Mr. AuCoIN. How would it stabilize it if you give them fewer
dollars to manipulate and to manage in affecting monetary policy?
My understanding, going into this, was that this is a tool that must
be used by the Fed to have a sound, stable, effective monetary
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If you restrict the amount of money they manage, how do you
accomplish that end?
Mr. CARSWELL. I can't deny that I would prefer to have all those
levels up and that is the cost question.
Mr. AuC01N. What good is this bill then?
Mr. CARSWELL. This bill will stabilize-Mr. AuCoIN. How does it stabilize if you are restricting the
amount of funds?
Mr. CARSWELL. From now on it will be required that you be in
the system and those people won't be able to opt out.
Mr. AuCoIN. What good does that do if the actual number of
dollars that are manageable by the Fed is less than it is today?
Mr. CARSWELL. It depends on how you look at it. The number of
dollars that are owned by the banks subject to the system will be
higher but because they are lowering the average reserve requirements, the number that are actually kept by the Fed in the aggregate are lower, but the number of dollars that are available to the
Fed that are trapped in the system is higher and it is that aggregate number that is trapped in the system that the Fed looks at,
and, by raising or lowering the reserves from then on, it just ought
to work better.
The reserve requirements are being brought down now as a price
for getting this new system in. If that isn't necessary, as far as I
am concerned-I have been saying, I guess, to several members
here-those requirements can stay up; that would be acceptable,
but I don't think it is acceptable to a reorganization of the system.
I think you have to bring those reserve requirements down a
little.
Mr. AuCoIN. Then if I understand you correctly-I don't want to
use all my time on this one question because I have another.
If I understand you correctly, somehow fewer dollars held in
reserves by participating institutions-and my time has apparently
expired-fewer dollars held in reserve by the Fed is somehow going
to make it more effective to manage monetary policy.
Let me just ask you one final quick question, with the expiration
ofmy time.
You have indicated three goals. One, the improvement of tools
available to the Fed in the implementation of monetary policy, a
laudable goal, we all agree.
Second, reducing competitive inequities among depository institutions and then, three, of course, the restraining of the negative
impact of any changes on the budget.
That latter point, of course, is price, whatever it is. The price
that has to be paid for the first two objectives.
Am I clear in understanding that it is the position of the administration that those first two objectives, the price of obtaining those
first two objectives, is not worthwhile if it exceeds the $200 million?
Mr. CARSWELL. That is what we would prefer.
Mr. AuCoIN. If any price above $200 million is the result, then as
far as you are concerned, legislation accomplishing those two objectives which you named is not worth it on a cost/benefit basis.
Mr. CARSWELL. That is what I said in my testimony. Obviously it
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whether he would think that was worth a veto. I am not saying
that because that is the President's decision but, based on where
we are now, we would not think-Mr. AuCo1N. You are prepared to give the Fed no further tools
and not to address the problem if the price period for addressing
that problem exceeds $200 million?
Mr. CARSWELL. We will assist the Fed in every way we can and
we are willing to see some expenditure of resources in order to
arrest what we think is a deteriorating situation. We think this
level ought to do it.
Mr. AuCo1N. If the Secretary could give me any additional information to clarify your first answer, I would be very grateful for
that information.
Mr. CARSWELL. I would be glad to submit something for the
record, sir.
[In response to the request of Congressman AuCoin for additional
information, Mr. Carswell furnished the following response:]
RESPONSE FROM MR. CARSWELL

The arrangements contemplated by H.R. 7 would assist the conduct of monetary
policy, despite an estimated $12.2 billion reduction in the volume of commercial
bank reserves held at the Federal Reserve, for a number of reasons.
First, they would stabilize the percentage of total deposits subject to reserves at a
minimum of 68 percent of total commercial bank deposits. We estimate that the
Federal Reserve has lost a total of $1.4 billion of reserves over the last five years
due to member bank withdrawals from the System. H.R. 7 would stem this attrition
by establishing universal required reserves for all banks above the $50 million
transaction balance and $50 million time deposit exemption levels. In the absence of
timely action, the loss of reserves will continue, exacerbating the effect of continued
leakage of reservable deposits into exempt institutions.
Second, H.R. 7 would insure that all of the larger banks playing an important role
in the monetary system remain subject to reserves.
Third, the more uniform reserve percentages at which requirements are set in
H.R. 7 should make the Federal Reserve's task of predicting results of open market
operations more certain.
Fourth, the Federal Reserve would be able to raise reserve requirements when
necessary for monetary restraint without the fear that reserve holders would withdraw their funds by surrendering their membership in the System.
Of course, as I indicated in my testimony, we would prefer the broader coverage
of deposits subject to reserves that would result from a lower exemption level and
the elimination of the indexing feature attached to the exemption. The Federal
Reserve's suggestion of paying interest on the exempt amounts and making them
part of the reserve base would have a similar effect.

Chairman REUSS. Ms. Oakar?
Ms. 0AKAR. Thank you, Mr. Chairman.
Mr. Secretary, I would like to know if you would agree that to
implement the bill it would cost about $170 million?
You mentioned that as being the staff's estimate. Does the administration have an estimate?
Mr. CARSWELL. We and the Fed have been trying to put together
a more refined estimate than that. That is a very rough estimate.
Ms. 0AKAR. How rough?
Mr. CARSWELL. Well, it isn't right in any one year because tax
revenues-if this bill gives a bank, as it will give some, added
income, because it doesn't have to put reserves up in the same
amount, that income then will become subject to taxes and the
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tax recapture, but that won't come in the same year as the reduction in reserves so it complicates the estimating problem.
We are in the process of agreeing or trying to agree with the Fed
on what a more refined estimate for the next 5 years would be.
I have a draft of it here. I am hesitant to submit it today, but we
will submit it for the record and hopefully Chairman Miller will
have it when he testifies here on Wednesday. The numbers are
somewhat lower. A little bit lower on the average though in some
years they might be higher because of the mismatch between the
tax and the reserves.
Ms. 0AKAR. It is clear you don't agree with our estimate.
Mr. CARSWELL. As a ballpark estimate, it is pretty good. However, it isn't right as to any one year but, as an average figure, it is
in the ball park.
[At the request of Ms. Oakar, Mr. Carswell furnished the following response:]
RESPONSE FROM MR. CARSWELL

In response to the Committee's request for the assumptions used in projecting the
net revenue effect of H.R. 7 in the next five years, a statement of the assumptions is
attached to the enclosed Chart I. The chart contains a revised estimate of the
revenues effect in the 1980-84 period from that submitted to the Committee by
Chairman Miller of the Federal Reserve Board during his testimony. A miscalculation was discovered in one of the reserve figures for prior years on which the 198084 projections are based. The new chart contains the revised reserve and related
numbers including those for the net revenue effect.
REVENUE WSS FROM PAST DECLINE IN FEDERAL RESERVE MEMBERSHIP

Chart II shows the net revenue loss from the decline in Federal Reserve membership duting the last five years. It is based on an average annual loss of member
bank deposits during those years.
FEDERAL RESERVE EARNINGS PROJECTION IN THE 1980 BUDGET

Chart III provides the assumptions used in projecting Federal Reserve receipts for
the Administration's 1980 budget. The projections of receipts appear on page 298 of
the "Budget of the United States Government" and are as follows:
Millions
Fiscal year:
1978 (actual) .................................................................................................. .
$6,641
7,600
1979 (estimate) .............................................................................................. .
8,600
1980 (estimate) .............................................................................................. .
9,200
1981 (estimate) .............................................................................................. .
9,700
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Chart I

Estimated Revenue Effects of R.R. 7
Fiscal Years 1980-84
millions

Fiscal Years

1980

1981

1982

1983

1984

Reduction in Federal Reserve earnings due
to reduction in reserve requirements for
member banks, at October 1979 projected
membership levels, phased in over 2 years
beginning October 1979 • . • • • • • • • . • . • • • • • • •

-524

-1,138

-1,234

-1,339

-1,453

Increase in Federal Reser11e earnings from
extension of reserve requirements to
nonmembers, phased in over 4 years
beginning October 1979 • . • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • . •

42

90

146

212

230

Increase in Federal Reserve earnings from
charges for Federal Reserve services,
phased in over 2 years beginning
October 1979 • • • • • • . • • . • . • • • • • • • . • • • • • • . • .

271

535

579

630

682

Net change in Federal Reserve earnings
before tax recovery ••••••••••.••• , • . .

-211

--=m

-509

-=m

-=54I

Income tax offset • • • . • . • . • . .. • • • • • . . • . • • • • • •

67

151

210

221

238

Net revenue effect before offset for
membership attrition under present
Federal Reserve requirements • • • • • • • • •

-144

-362

-299

-276

-303

Offset due to loss in Federal Reserve
earnings caused by membership attrition
under present Federal Reserve requirements
(adjusted for tax offset) • • .. • • • • • .. .. • • •

30

99

163

227

301

Net revenue effect • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

-114

-263

-136

':49

-~

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Assumptions Underlying Revenue Estimates of H.R. 7

1.

Reduction in Federal Reserve earnings due to attrition in
member bank reserves:
(a) between December 1977 and September 1979 member bank
deposit attrition continues at the average of the
nation for the period 1974-77 (i.e., the member bank
share of total commercial bank deposits declines
1.4 percentage points per year);
(b) total commercial bank deposits increase at an average
annual rate of 8.5 percent each year after 1977; and
(c) the average return on the Federal Reserve portfolio
is 6,5 percent per year from October 1979 through
September 1984.

2.

Increase in Federal Reserve earnings from charges for
services:
(a) full charging for Federal Reserve services, if fully
implemented at the end of 1977, would have generated
$410 million; and
(b) Federal Reserve revenue from such charges grows
proportionally to the growth in deposits.

3.

Recovery of the loss of Treasury revenue from the decline
in Federal Reserve earnings:
#
(a) additional commercial bank earnings are taxed at an
average marginal rate of 35 percent;
(b) the lagged additional dividends paid to commercial
bank stockholders from the higher commercial bank
after-tax earnings increases total tax recovery
2-1/2 percentage points per year until the total
tax recovery reaches 45 percent of the additional
commercial bank earnings in four years.

4.

Offset due to loss in Federal Reserve earnings caused by
membership attrition under present Federal Reserve
requirements:
(a) if H.R. 7 is not enacted, the attrition of member
bank deposits after 1979 would accelerate to a rate
midway between that experienced in New England (4.6%)
and that of the nation (1.4%);
'
(b) total commercial bank deposit growth and Federal
Reserve portfolio return are as indicated in
assumption 1; and·
(c) the tax offset to higher earnings of member banks
no longer subject to required reserves is as indicated
in assumption 3.

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Chart II

Estimated Revenue Loss from Attrition in Federal Reserve
Membership Since June 1972

Fiscal Years 1973-77
millions
Fiscal Years

1973

Reduction in Federal Reserve earnings

1974

1975

1976

1977

23

34

58

91

-11.

Income tax offset

Net re,·enue loss •••.•••••...••...•..•.•••

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15

20

34

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Chart III

The estimates of Federal Reserve 'Board earnings for the
Administration's 1980 budget are based on the historical relation,ship between earnings, nominal income levels, and interest rates.

The forecasts for nominal GNP and interest rates are those used
in the budget, as follows:

Nominal GNP($ billions)
Interest rate, 91-day
Treasury bills (percent)

Calendar Years
1982
1983

1980

1981

2,565

2,825

3,090

3,336

3,546

6.6

5,4

4.4

3.7

7.6%

1984

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Ms. OAKAR. Some assets have higher risks than others. I wonder
if you would comment on section 6, which repeals the requirement
to charge a higher discount rate on risky assets-section 6, which
repeals the requirement to charge a higher discount rate?
Mr. CARSWELL. You mean the abolition of the penalty rate?
Ms. OAKAR. Yes.
Mr. CARSWELL. As we understand it, the Fed doesn't think it is
necessary and I don't think we have any particular view on it.
They are able to police the discount system now without that
penalty rate, I believe. I don't know that I have anything to add to
it.
Ms. OAKAR. You see no problems?
Mr. CARSWELL. I really defer to the Fed on that.
Ms. OAKAR. I guess that is all, Mr. Chairman.
Chairman REuss. Mr. Vento.
Mr. VENTO. Mr. Carswell, I am very pleased to see you here this
morning because the discussion of this has been, I think, always
concentrated on what the banks were going to get in terms of
interest on deposits without an eye on what the relative impact of
the measure might be. At least that is the impression I have gotten
over the past year of listening to some of the discussions.
Mr. CARSWELL. We have been trying to watch it.
Mr. VENTO. What has the revenue loss been perhaps over the
last 5 years? If we have gone from 81 percent of the money subject
to a Federal monetary control, to 72 percent today, this in essence
establishes the floor at 68 percent, which is indexed apparently if it
goes along the lines it did last time. I suggest there has been a
revenue loss over last year in terms of membership and also I get
the impression there is an audience of people, bankers, watching,
patiently staying in the Fed, hoping there would be some either
reduction in terms of the deposits that they have, or some compensating factors that would affect them.
It involves a situation where States have continued to make
chartering with the States much more attractive and continue to
do so much to the loss to the Fed, for instance, in their role of
regulating banks.
I would like to know what the losses are and I am very pleased
that you have suggested there ought to be a close look at the loss of
revenue in terms of looking at the offsetting factors, such as tax
offsets which are in essence making it $172 million as opposed to
$382 million, as well as charging for services.
Many banks will not use those services if they are charged for
them. Some of them are not as competitive and that may pose
some new problems for us to try to address, but we ought to have
an idea what the revenue loss has been.
I think that will help buttress the argument for taking some
action in this area. I think it is very clear that we have to do
something in this vein.
I go along the lines that Congressman Annunzio suggested earlier in terms of this being a much greater loss in terms of what the
impact may very well be, and I think we ought to be very careful
about that particular type of thing.
I really have no questions. This is really more in the line of a
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Chairman REUSS. Mr. Barnard?
BARNARD. Mr. Carswell, I want to also add my appreciation
for your being here today and commenting on this legislation.
For a number of years many of us have been concerned about
the control of monetary policy and the seeming inadequacies we
have been going through and doing as good a job with it as we
should have.
.
Is it the Treasury's view that this bill will solve this problem to a
significant degree? Is it supporting the legislation because it is just
a hope that it might solve the problem?
Mr. CARSWELL. I think we feel it will solve the problem of the
membership drain and the loss of revenue and the attendant difficulties that the Fed has in calculating the monetary base. It will
solve those problems. There will continue to be problems, obviously, in the conduct of monetary policy because our system is
changing. Our system of monetary policy now is obviously concentrated on bank reserves whereas the money supply includes a good
deal more than that and so I think the Fed will continue to have
estimating problems and so on. It won't solve it all, but it will be a
constructive step toward a better system than we now have and we
would enthusiastically support it as that.
Mr. BARNARD. Do you think some additional measures should be
incorporated in this legislation to hopefully help the Fed in that
regard?
Mr. CARSWELL. I would have to rely on the Fed, whether they are
ready to suggest anything or not. As you know, Senator Proxmire
has suggested a commission to study the money aggregates and
report back, to see whether additional steps should be taken.
I have no problems with this area being studied more. I think, in
terms of specific suggestions, we will complicate this bill significantly if we plunge off into other areas now. This is a relatively
definable problem and I think we think it ought to be addressed
promptly now without complicating it with a number of other
issues.
Mr. BARNARD. The title of the bill is the Monetary Control Act of
1979. It has been changed from the Federal Reserve Act Amendmeilts of 1978, so it looks to me as if the Treasury and the Fed and
others interested in monetary control would have some other provisions that they could add that would help us in this, that we ought
to get them in this bill along with the membership.
This may be a repetitious question, but how do you feel about the
Fed's position on paying interest on reserves? Did you answer that
previously?
Mr. CARSWELL. Indirectly, but not directly.
Mr. BARNARD. Well, let me ask you that question.
Mr. CARSWELL. Do you mean the legislation they have written?
Mr. BARNARD. I haven't seen the latest letter, but I refer to their
position not to have an exemption on reserves, but that they would
pay interest on reserves.
Chairman REUSS. If the gentleman would yield.
I was the recipient of a copy of this recent letter by Chairman
Miller of the Fed. What the Fed would like to see is this bill
amended so that on deposits in the two categories below $50 million the Fed would have the right to compel reserves on amounts
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remain free-and on that $10 million to $50 million pay a rate of
interest equal to the rate of return on it.
Mr. CARSWELL. I think we are neutral. It has pluses and minuses.
As the Chairman points out in his letter, this will bring more
money-this addresses in a sense what Mr. AuCoin talked aboutit will bring more money directly under their control, and in that
sense will increase their ability to deal with the monetary base; it
will be there; it won't vary by going to other nonmember banks;
and that will be helpful.
On the other hand, it does bring back into the plan this business
of paying interest on reserves, and I think that in the long term
could expand; and it is a precedent that we are not all that enthusiastic about.
There are monetary reasons for having those dollars on deposit
at the Fed, and it would make the new system a little bit more
effective, and hence that is a real plus.
Mr. BARNARD. Do you think that has a great impact on monetary
control though?
Mr. CARSWELL. I really would prefer you ask Chairman Miller
that. I have talked to him briefly about it, but only briefly. I have
read their letter and our people have studied it, and I think we
come out that it would have some marginal plus, but whether it
would be the make or break of their bill, I think nobody would
testify.
Chairman REUSS. :Mr. Watkins?
Mr. WATKINS. Mr. Carswell, welcome back. Would you please
send the document Mr. AuCoin asked for to me? I am trying to
find an answer to that particular question also.
Probably the most frequently expressed concern raised by a lot of
people is the jeopardy this places upon the dual banking system.
What is your answer to that?
Mr. CARSWELL. I think our view is that logically it ought not
place the dual banking system in jeopardy. The dual banking
system has been thriving now for more than 100 years, and this
bill does not directly impact that; it makes it neutral as to whether
or not one has to assume the burdens of membership in the Federal Reserve System. It doesn't penalize one for being a State bank,
as opposed to a national bank, and in that sense it is neutral.
To the extent that may lead some banks to feel the benefit of a
State charter is no longer quite as attractive as it was before, I
guess it could weaken it, but we would not on balance think that
our system-that is the problem of the Fed Reserve membershipought to continue to be skewered by this business of making it
more attractive not to be a member of the Fed than to be a
member. That is the difficulty today. That is why people are
moving out of the Fed and are becoming members of State banks.
Mr. WATKINS. I don't know if that will help me or not, but it is
very difficult, as a question, to try to satisfy a lot of people on,
regarding financial institutions.
·
Perhaps something I am also pushing for is to try to find some
concrete reasoning.
Mr. Chairman, I have no other questions at this time.
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Mr. LowRY. I have no questions.
Chairman REUSS. I was very much interested in the point raised
by Mr. AuCoin and Mr. Watkins. As Deputy Secretary of the
Treasury, you are concerned with our income tax system.
Has anybody suggested this, to your knowledge, that our income
tax system should be amended so that anybody who didn't want to
pay his income tax could simply file a statement with the Treasury
and thus legally avoid paying an income tax?
Mr. CARSWELL. I don't think that seriously has been suggested.
Mr. LowRY. If I may just ask the next question-I saw in your
statement-referring to the rationale behind reserve requirements-and I am quoting: "Reserve requirements should be regarded as a price and a necessary component of participation in the
monetary system." That is very much like a tax, is it not?
Mr. CARSWELL. Yes, sir.
Chairman REuss. Does it make any more sense than to say that
banks that prefer not to pay this fee for taking part in our monetary system can by their own action exempt themselves, than to
say taxpayers who don't like the income tax can opt out if they
don't like it?
Mr. CARSWELL. I think logically it does not. That is .one of the
reasons why we are for this approach.
Chairman REuss. I feel a little unhappy, because I guess my
explanation of H.R. 7 wasn't fully adequate.
Let me again state what H.R. 7 tries to do and to see whether
you agree with the statement.
It is true that H.R. 7, in order to make the burden of holding
reserves less onerous on banks, lowers reserve requirements, but it
is also true that H.R. 7 makes them more nearly uniform; and,
second, by applying to all banks, State and national, H.R. 7 would
make the new structure of reserve requirements such as to arrest
the erosion of deposit coverage which" is now occurring. That is my
rationale for the bill, namely, get rid of the ability of individual
banks to sabotage the monetary system by opting out from under
it, but at the same time make the burdens of being a good fellow
less onerous-that is my idea of what it does. Does the Treasury
have a different view of it?
Mr. CARSWELL. I think that summarizes it accurately.
Chairman REUSS. It is a fact, is it not, that after the introduction
of this bill, it has been said, in effect, that Congress under H.R. 7
doesn't allow any easy riders here, that from now on people who
take part in the monetary system must pay the necessary price.
It is a fact that the mere introduction of that bill last August has
not arrested the erosion, is it not?
Mr. CARSWELL. Someone pointed out there apparently are some
banks who have not withdrawn from the Federal Reserve System
pending the outcome of your committee's or the Congress action in
this area, but some have.
If the committee doesn't act, I don't think there is any real doubt
that the outmigration will commence again.
Chairman REUSS. My figures are-even with pendency of this
legislation-since last August, 39 banks have opted out of the
System, to wit: 10 in August, 10 in September, 7 in October, 4 in
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Are those figures accurate, as far as you know?
Mr. CARSWELL. As far as I know, they are, but I think they would
be higher but for the pendency of the bill.
Chairman REUSS. On the question that you raised-and I think it
is a reasonable point-that this country and this Congress and this
administration can do what it can to bring budget deficits under
control-to narrow and ultimately to eliminate them-I now can
refer, it being after 10 o'clock, to the budget, and particularly to
pages 24 and 63 thereof, which pages-specifically page 24-show
that it is the intention of the administration to get out of a budget
deficit position in fiscal year 1982.
Then, on page 63, it shows that the earnings of the Federal
Reserve, which are turned over to the Treasury, are $6.6 billion in
1978-that is actual-and then estimated gross deposits into the
Treasury of-or estimated earnings-of $7.6 billion in 1979, $8.6
billion in 1980, $9.2 billion in 1981 and $9.7 billion in 1982.
If we allow erosion from the Federal Reserve to go on, or if we
enact legislation which substantially diminishes the return the
Federal Reserve realizes, we are going to knock into a cocked hat
that orderly progression toward getting this country out of a
budget deficit position and into the black ink, are we not?
Mr. CARSWELL. Yes, those are receipts to the Federal Treasury,
just as are taxes, and if that progression is disturbed, obviously it
will adversely affect the balance of the budget in the years ahead.
Mr. WYLIE. Will the gentleman yield at that point?
Chairman REUSS. Yes.
Mr. WYLIE. Thank you.
I apologize for being late-but on page 4 of your testimony you
say that you understand that the net cost of fully implementing
H.R. 7 would be approximately $170 million. Is there any line item
cost for out-Fed membership in the budget?
Mr. CARSWELL. In this bill?
Mr. WYLIE. Yes.
Mr. CARSWELL. There is none.
Mr. WYLIE. If we passed this bill, according to your testimony,
this would be an additional cost?
Mr. CARSWELL. There is a line item for contingencies and 0MB
has decided this would be one of the items it would be appropriate
to handle in that contingent figure, the reason being that that $170
million is not an accurate figure for 1980, or indeed for any year; it
is a ballpark average of what the cost would be for some years,
average cost. The 1980 figure-because of the phaseins-in all likelihood, no matter how it works, will be significantly lower than
that, and whatever that number is, would be appropriate to come
out of the contingent line in the document that the chairman has.
Mr. WYLIE. Do you know offhand how much that contingent line
is?
Mr. CARSWELL. No, I don't. We went round and round with them
as to how they should handle this, and this was their conclusion; so
it isn't something that we didn't think about; that was the way it is
handled in the budget document.
Mr. WYLIE. Thank you, Mr. Chairman.
Chairman REUSS. Reclaiming my time, briefly, if the Congress
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Congress could commit an irresponsible act-if Congress refuses to
act on legislation to prevent erosion of the monetary power of this
country, the fact is, is it not, that the projected budget deficit in
years and years to come would be enlarged by a sum much greater
than the $170 million which is our current best estimate of the cost
of this bill due to erosion?
Mr. CARSWELL. That is unquestionably true. If erosion does continue, if we should get-as some people have forecast-as much as
20 percent erosion over the next 5 years in the Federal Reserve
System, that would be very expensive for the U.S. Treasury. It
would also significantly complicate the condition of monetary
policy and errors in monetary policy. Because the tools don't work
the way they are supposed to work, it can also be very expensive; it
can lead to consequences that are unintended but in the long run
are very expensive in terms of production loss in recessions that
need not have happened.
Chairman REUSS. So if the Congress wants to encourage inflation
and assure the continuation of a budget deficit, what Congress
should do is do nothing; is that a fair statement?
Mr. CARSWELL. I think that would be the way to proceed, rather
than to be constructive, yes.
Chairman REUSS. Mr. AuCoin?
Mr. AuCoIN. Mr. Chairman, not wanting to increase the size of
the deficit or to increase inflation, I do want to ask a couple of
additional questions that really bear on the subject of revenue.
Again, I am openminded to this approach and other possible approaches to solve the problem. I think there are other approaches.
The Fed originally had other ideas and there may be others, but
it seems to me from the questioning so far that this whole question
of revenue and deficits and so forth are paramount in members'
minds. I think it is worth exploring that aspect of this legislation
or any other legislation.
I think, Mr. Secretary, you would agree that the purpose of the
Federal Reserve requirements is exclusively to give the Fed the
ability to manage a sound monetary policy, and if that is so, it
would seem to me that any revenue that is gained as a corollary, is
a happening that takes place as a result of its initial purpose, that
is, to have the reserves there to help give the Fed that tool on the
monetary fund.
Would you agree or disagree with the statement?
Mr. CARSWELL. Frankly, I haven't read the legislative history of
the original Federal Reserve Act. I would assume that you are
right, that when that act was passed there was no intention by
those who enacted it that the Fed would make a lot of money for
the U.S. Treasury, rather, that it was to conduct monetary policy
and that the reserve system was part of that intention, and I think
probably that continued as amendments were made, to make
that-Mr. ST GERMAIN. Will the gentleman yield?
Mr. AuCoIN. Yes.
Mr. ST GERMAIN. Since Senator Aldridge from Rhode Island was
the gentleman who was intimately involved in the formulation of
the Fed originally, the original purpose of the Fed was to see to it
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planting time so they could fulfill the needs of their constituencies
and see to it that we would have a strong agricultural economy.
That is what really put that Fed bill through, as I read the history
of the Fed.
Mr. CARSWELL. I read part of it; I cannot remember anything
specifically on this point.
Mr. AuCOIN. Let me reclaim my time long enough to suggest to
you that-forgetting the history of it, whatever the history may
be-is it not true the essential purpose of giving the Fed the power
for it to have reserve requirements is to give it a tool to manage a
sound monetary policy, and whether on the fiscal side or revenue
side is a secondary factor, it is important but it is secondary to the
initial purpose of the reserve requirement, is it not?
Mr. CARSWELL. I have to agree that the primary purpose is clear.
It was to get a firm monetary policy.
As the chairman just pointed out, $6.6 billion worth of revenue
is, I am afraid, no longer a secondary consideration; it is very
important to the U.S. Budget balance.
Mr. AuCo1N. This is not a revenue-raising piece of legislation; it
is a piece of legislation designed to give the Fed the ability to run a
sound monetary policy?
Mr. CARSWELL. H.R. 7, that is right.
Mr. AuCo1N. The fundamental purposes we are dealing with
here are tools for the Fed to run that monetary policy. The revenue is important but it is a secondary consideration; would you
agree with that?
Mr. CARSWELL. It is secondary, in the sense that we want to solve
the monetary problem; but we don't want to lose a significant
amount of revenue in the process.
Mr. AuCo1N. Let me ask you about that revenue. Is it the position of the Treasury that those reserves are possessed by the Treasury, or by the Fed, or owned? In other words, are they the Fed's
moneys or someone else's moneys that the Fed manages in order to
accomplish its purposes and its mandate of running a monetary
policy?
Mr. CARSWELL. They are moneys of the members of the Federal
Reserve System that are kept on deposit at the Fed.
Mr. AuCo1N. If the position of the Treasury is that support of
such proposals as NOW account legislation and payment of interest
on those kinds of accounts, why doesn't it make sense then to
provide payment of interest on those reserves that do belong to the
member institutions?
Mr. CARSWELL. That was the approach that Chairman Burns
pursued, as you know, last year.
Mr. AuCo1N. I am just saying, if the principle is there, why
doesn't the principle apply here?
Mr. CARSWELL. I think it is a logical approach to the subject.
I do think there is another theme that runs through, now, at
least, the required reserves, and that is that the business of banking has elements of privilege to it. That is recognized around the
world. It is not a business that is OJ!8n to entry for everyone. It
does involve the use of other people s money, and that is a privilege, and most governments around the world, one way or another,
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Mr. AuCo1N. Why should there be an exemption for institutions
who enjoy that privilege, who happen to have deposits of less than
$50 million?
Mr. CARSWELL. In theory, as I said to the chairman, there should
not be.
Because of our philosophy about small banks and the difficulties
they may have in competing with those who have the advantages
of size, we are prepared to modify that principle. But if you want to
be geometric about it, I would suppose there is no difference, there
shouldn't be any difference.
Mr. AuCoIN. I have no further questions.
Chairman REUSS. Mr. Wylie?
Mr. WYLIE. Thank you, Mr. Chairman.
I wanted to follow up on an observation you made there as you
were closing a little while ago. Last year we were told-I think this
is fair-by the Chairman of the Federal Reserve Board that the
real importance of a bill like H.R. 7, or the one which was reported
out of this full committee last year, is to somehow stop the decline
in Fed membership so that the Federal Reserve Board could more
efficiently conduct monetary policy.
Is that a fair appraisal of the primary importance of this-Mr. CARSWELL. That is the theory and general intent, yes.
Mr. WYLIE. Mr. Reuss, the chairman, made the observation a
little while ago that we are all interested-and I think Mr. AuCoin
followed up on this-in balancing the budget, stopping deficit
spending, and carrying the analogy a little further about the decline of Fed membership, and the loss in revenues, and the loss of
money to the Federal Treasury, we have another reason for stopping the decline in Fed membership, and that is the loss of tax
revenues.
Mr. CARSWELL. That is correct.
Mr. WYLIE. Or revenues.
Now, could we not satisfy that from a philosophical standpoint,
could we not satisfy that requirement by not requiring Fed membership of anyone since it is unfair for some, since they are in the
Federal Reserve System and have to pay a tax in effect, and the
others get off scot free and get a lot of free services? By just saying
we would not require Fed membership of anyone but we will
impose a tax on the departments of all the financial institutions
equally across the board and make up the difference?
Mr. CARSWELL. I suppose in theory one could.
Mr. WYLIE. But you would not suggest that?
Mr. CARSWELL. I would not. We have a system now that has
worked reasonably well, and I hate to tear up that system and try
a new system, the outcome of which we are not clear about, because what that would mean is that the Fed-to follow the theory
through-that would mean the Fed would conduct monetary policy
without any required reserve base. And while theoretically that
may be possible-and some have testified to this committee that it
would be possible-I would suggest that that involves risk that
there is no particular reason to take.
Mr. WYLIE. That comes precisely to my next point. There have
been those who testified before this committee that really all we
need is section 2 of the bill, that if we have a reporting require
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ment to the Fed, that you can still conduct monetary policy without membership, but you do not think that is possible.
Mr. CARSWELL. I did not say-I said in theory that may be
possible. I really do not have any personal opinion as to whether it
really would. I do think that there is no reason to make that jump
and introduce the uncertainties that are involved in that conclusion to a system which is already working with some difficulty. In
other words, you are plunging into an unknown for reasons which
are not particularly persuasive to me.
Mr. WYLIE. Would you impose reserve requirements on certificates of deposit and repurchase agreements, those sorts of instruments?
Mr. CARSWELL. That is a complex question and I really do not
feel qualified to answer that yes or no now. We have been looking
at that, the Fed has been looking at it for some time, as you know,
and it is a difficult problem. I am not prepared to give you a
recommendation on that now. I think in the future we may.
Mr. WYLIE. Did you say early on whether you are in favor of
H.R. 7 in its present form?
Mr. CARSWELL. Yes, with two qualifications: One on the review
side and one on the indexing; but otherwise, yes.
Mr. WYLIE. Thank you very much.
Thank you, Mr. Chairman.
Chairman REUSS. I thank the gentleman. As one of the authors
of H.R. 7, I would want to make something moderately clear: The
purpose of H.R. 7, in my mind, is not to maintain membership in
the Fed. The bill does nothing, for instance, to compel a State bank
to become or not to become a member. The purpose of H.R. 7 is to
insure adequate monetary control by making those who take part
in the Nation's monetary system, whether they be banks or credit
unions, savings and loans, or mutual savings banks, contribute to
that monetary control by being amenable, with certain exemptions,
to boosting reserves.
Indeed, if somebody at some future time wanted to make membership in the Federal Reserve voluntary not only for State banks
as it is now, but for national banks, I, speaking for myself, would
not necessarily be horrified and oppose it, because I do not think
the important thing is the size of the Federal Reserve's organization, but the surefootedness of the Fed's ability to control the
Nation's monetary supply.
Obviously, as who knows better than yourselves, who have
watched this very closely in recent years, the Fed's control has not
been as surefooted as one would like to have had it, and in my
judgment the optional character of reserves has been one of the
reasons why it has not been. And we hope in as unabrasive a way
as possible to make that control surer. But I would emphasize that
the purpose of H.R. 7 is not to compel people who do not want to
join the Fed, to join it, because I believe that should remain a
voluntary system.
Mr. WYLIE. Would the gentleman yield?
Chairman REuss. Yes.
Mr. WYLIE. I think that a very appropriate observation. And I
would ask, has the Treasury Department prepared any sort of an
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might impact on individual State economies? Part of the reason for
my question there is that the State bank supervisor feels it very
important that State banks not be required to join the Fed at any
time, and your bill does not require anyone to join the Fed at any
time, but does this not maintain a kind of a giant loophole through
which banks can say, "We don't want to become Fed members"?
And maybe in some cases they would prefer to be members of
the State system. And in many cases, large State nonmember
banks are not members of the Fed, which has an impact on your
conduct of monetary policy, if you follow through logically with
what you say that Fed membership is pretty important to the
conduct of monetary policy.
Mr. CARSWELL. No, I agree with the chairman that the-the
chairman of this committee, not the Chairman of the Fed-that the
membership issue is not the iseue. The issue is that the deposit
balances are part of the Fed's universe for conducting monetary
policy. And whether you are a member of the Fed when you are
required to put up reserves on your deposits is not the issue, it is
that you are required.
Chairman REUSS. I will recognize the gentleman Mr. Ritter in
just a second. I did, however, want to ask one question related to
Mr. Wylie's question. At the same time from the human stand:
point, you can understand, can you not, as I do, that the State
bank regulators' noses are somewhat out of joint at any measure
which enunciates the national interest in banking, because to the
extent that R.R. 7 would reduce the number of national banks who
opt to reorganize as State banks and then resign from the Fed, the
effect of the bill would be to diminish the future empire of the
State banking regulators. Therefore, one could not expect them to
be enthusiastic about this, unless they were philosopher kings who
looked at the national interest more than their own empires and
that is, in public life, a rare phenomenon.
Would you not agree that if you were a State bank regulator you
might be casting around for reasons to oppose this bill?
Mr. CARSWELL. Well, my empire was increased, as you pointed
out, in the last 3 months by some 40 banks, probably, people who
left the Fed System.
Chairman REUSS. Thank you. Mr. Ritter.
Mr. RITTER. Yes, thank you, Mr. Chairman.
Being somewhat new to this committee, I guess the next question
qualifies as educational. Mr. Carswell, you have made a strong case
for the erosion of Fed revenues with the continued erosion of
membership. But in the last 10 years, 452 banks have left the
Federal Reserve System, by your own account, and 39 withdrawals
have occurred recently and yet the collections of revenue are $6.6
billion in this past fiscal year. One wonders, just from an educational point of view, whether the erosion of membership caused an
erosion of revenues, and one also wonders whether the projections
for the upcoming years of $7.6 billion up to $9.7 billion in 1982-do
those figures take into account current rates of membership erosion? I am trying to get a handle on what the revenue situation is
like with respect to the membership situation.
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revenue is the level of interest rates. You have heard Congressman
Mitchell point out that the Fed might sustain foreign exchange
losses. That affects revenue too. There are a number of things that
have happened to the Fed through the years that affect revenues.
Mr. RITTER. You have made mention that you would fear the loss
of Fed revenues because of erosion of Fed membership?
Mr. CARSWELL. Yes. The erosion of membership has unquestionably meant that the Fed-which last year earned $6.6 billionwould have earned more, had the people who opted out remained
in the System. I suppose we can go back and do the calculation of
how much more the Fed would have earned in 1978, were the 452
or 92, whatever it is that have left the System in the last 10 years,
were they still in it.
That calculation can be made. If you like, we can make that. I
cannot answer your second question, which is, what assumption
the revenue estimators made at 0MB in order to get that $7.7
billion for next year or 2 years from now. I just do not know. I can
find that out for you and submit it for the record, but I do not
happen to know that.
[In response to the question of Mr. Ritter, see Mr. Carswell's
previous response to Ms. Oakar's question.]
Mr. RITTER. A-s the gentleman from Oregon pointed out, it is a
real side benefit, this revenue collection, as far as the duties and
the responsibilities of the Federal Reserve are concerned; this is a
"plumb" into the Federal Treasury, the way it sounds.
Mr. CARSWELL. It is a direct benefit, I do not even regard it as
side any more; those amounts are very significant now to the
revenue side of our budget.
Mr. RITTER. But not related to the original responsibilities of the
Federal Reserve?
Mr. CARSWELL. I hesitated a little bit on that because I am just
not sure. I have not read the legislative history closely enough to
be sure of that, whether anybody thought of that at the time. It
certainly was not the primary reason. I think that is clear.
Mr. RITTER. Thank you, Mr. Carswell.
Chairman REUSS. Are there further questions?
We want to give everyone a full opportunity. Any further questioners?
[No response.]
Chairman REUSS. If not, thank you, Secretary Carswell, for a
very helpful, responsive and full discourse with us this morning.
We will now stand in adjournment until 9 o'clock this Wednesday
morning at this place, when we will hear from Chairman Miller of
the Federal Reserve.
The testimony of Mr. McKinney of the Federal Home Loan Bank
Board which was scheduled for tomorrow will not be heard because
Mr. McKinney has elected to write the committee a letter containing his testimony, and if it should become necessary to hear him
later on, that will be done.
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1700 G Sue el, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20552

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Federal Home Loan Bank Board

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Homo Loan Bank Sy>tem

Federal Home loan Mortgage Corporation

Federal Savings and loan Insurance Corporation

ROBERT H, McKINNEY

Chairman

January 23, 1979

The Honorable Henry s. Reuss
Chairman
Committee on Ba·nking, Finance
and Urban Affairs
U.S. House of Representatives
Washington, D.C. 20515
Dear Mr. Chairman:
I appreciate your request for our comments on H.R. 7, the_ Monetary
Control Act of 1979. This is designed to deal with the problem
of the erosion of membership in the Federal Reserve System
and the resulting reduced number of depository institutions that
are subject to reserve requirements, The Federal Reserve System
has expressed repeated concern that this could decrease the
effectiveness of monetary policy in promoting general economic
stability, reducing inflationary pressu·res, and dealing with the
problem of the U.S. dollar in world markets. We agree that, if
reserve requirements are considered mandatory to the. effective
implementation of monetary policy, then it is essential to have
a solution to the problem of the diminishing number of depository
institutions subject to reserve requirements. We therefore
support the efforts of Congress and the Federal Reserve Board
to deal with this critical issue.
The Bank Board is aware that there are a number of alternative
app_roaches to dealing with this problem.
H.R.7 would effectively impose reserve·requirements only upon
large depository institutions and not pay interest on such required
reserves. It would do this by requiring reserves only against
transaction·accounts of over $50 million and then index this
exemption so that it would rise gradually through time. This
bill would still cover the bulk of transaction accounts although


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would prefer. Nonetheless, H.R. 7 would deal with the erosion
of depository institutions from reserve requirements by making
such requirements compulsory for all depository institutions
with respect to their transaction accounts above the exemption
level. This bill would also prescribe reserve requirements upon
three other categories of accounts, namely short-term time deposits,
tot,l savings deposits other than those deemed to be transaction
acccunts, and total time deposits with initial maturities of
not less than 180 days. Since reserve requirements on these
accounts would be imposed only upon commercial banks, the Bank
Board has no comments upon this provision of the bill.
The Bank Board supports any approach that would deal effectively
with the declining proportion of transaction accounts subject
to reserve requirements by the Federal Reserve Board. We agree
that H.R. 7 is certainly one such effective approach since reserve
requirements would not be contingent upon voluntary membership
in .. the Federal Reserve System. H.R. 7 would ensure that a reasonable proportion of transaction accounts at depository institutions
would remain subject to reserve requirements, although it would
do so without permitting the payment of interest on reserves.
No savings and loan associations would be subject to reserve
requirements in the foreseeable future, under provisions of the
bill. If NOW accounts are permitted on a nationwide/basis for
S&Ls, a provision which we strongly endorse and one which we believe
should be added to this bill, some S&Ls would soon becode subject
to reserve requirements.
·
Data which we have seen indicate that a number of mutual savings
banks could well become subject to reserve requirements even
with a $50 million exemption, although such reserve requirements
might be met for a number of years through vault cash rather
than through reserves held at Federal Reserve banks. To
summarize, H.R. 7 would exempt the bulk of commercial banks and
even a higher percentage of thrift institutions from reserve
requirements but would, nonetheless, make a fairly high percentage
of transaction accounts subject to reserve requirements by
virtue of including the large depository institutions that hold
the bulk of accounts. We could support these provisions.
In commenting on this bill, we are mindful that it carries
with it a major structural change by establishing authority
to impose reserve requirements against thrift institution
deposits. Although the exemption levels in H.R. 7 are high and
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principle of reserve requirements against thrift institution
deposits is implemented, it is always possible that the exemption level or the indexing of this exemption could be
altered so that more thrift institutions are affected. The
Bank Board recognizes th-is fact of life because of the important
need of having an effective monetary policy and reserves judgement
on any such possibilities until such time as they come under
consideration.
~pecific Comments on H.R. 7
Qefinition of Transaction Accounts
The significance of this bill depends upon the definition
of transaction accounts. The bill defines such accounts as
"the. total amount of demand deposits, savings· subject to automatic
transfers, and deposits subject to negotiable or other payment
order withdrawal, or to any similar inst.rument used to make
payment or transfers." There is soine ambiguity to the phrase
"any similar instrument used to make payment or tra11sfers."
Since the interpre·tation of this might have an important impact
on the measurement of transaction accounts subject to reserve
requirements, it is imperative that. the Bank Board have a more
defined role in the definition of transaction accounts -rather
than merely being consulted by the Federal Reserve Board.
Reserve Levels
With respect to reserve requirements on transaction accounts
in excess of the exemption, these would be set within the narrow
range of 8 to 10 percent a·s prescribed by the Federal Reserve
Board, except under certain extraordinary circumstances. The
range of 8 to 10 percent would generally be below reserve
requirements presently required on chec~ing accounts but would
be above that required for ijOW accounts. It appears to us that
this range of reserve requirements has been set more with
respect to the imp 9 ct on commercial bank profits and Federal
Reserve earnings returned to the Treasury Department than from
the point of view of carrying out an effective mo.netary policy.
No compelling argument has been made with respect to what is
a desirable level of reserve requirements. The argument has
been made that, if reserve requirements are too low, unintended
variations in reserves could lead to unintended fluctuations
in monetary aggregates and, hence, produce less effective
control ·of monetary aggregates by the Federal Reserve
System. It is not clear, however, why a reserve requirement
under 8 percent might still not be adequate. The Bank

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Board also believes that if and when savings and loan associations become subject to reserve requirements, the Bank
Board should at least have a consultative role with respect to the
proper level of reserve requirements. The Bank Board would
also take this position with respect to mutual savings banks·
that are members of the Federal Home Loan Bank System and/or
are federally chartered.
Dee.2 2 .!.!.2D!: Institution Access
H.R. 7 would permit any depository institution holding transaction balances, regardless of whether or not there are
reserve. requirements, to the same discount and borrowing privileges
from the Federal Reserve as member banks. If thrift institutions
are subject to reserve requirements, we can understand the need
for direct access to the discount window of the Federal Reserve
System in order to meet temporary reserve deficiencies. However,
if the level of transaction accounts is not high enough to
br iJlg in to play reserve requirements, the discount mechard.;;m
provides a partial duplication with the Bank System advances
mechanism. The advances mechanism is much broader and can provide·
both the types of borrowings that would be permissible under
the Federal Reserve discount window as well as longer-term
borrowings. We do not see any compelling need for this particular
duplication.
Fees for Services
H.R. 7 also requires that the Federal Reserve System shall have
a schedule of fees for its services. Such services are to be
available to non-members at the same price applicable to
member banks. Prices are to reflect all direct and indirect
costs incurred in providing the service.s priced, including
an allocation of imputed costs that takes into account taxes
that would have been paid and the return on capital that
would have been provided had the services been furnished
by a private business firm. However, the Federal Reserve
Board could disregard this latter condition if"it determines
that the public interest requires a departure from it, after
giving due regard to competitive factors and the provision
of an adequate level of services nationwide. The Bank Board
supports the market pricing principles but is concerned that
this particular provision might constitute a significant loophole.
While the Federal Reserve Board should have some latitude
in special cases in departing from t~is pricing principle,
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Access to Services
The Bank Board would like to note also the fact that the-re
is some ambiguity as to whether H.R. 7 allows direct access by
thrift institutions to Federal Reserve bank services. It appears
that the intention of H.R. 7 is to permit such direct access
but, as a technical matter, we suggest that amendments to Sections
13 and 16 of the Federal Reserve Act be added to H.R. 7 to clarify
this access.
In conclusion, while there are a number of relatively important
considerations of a technical nature which we have raised herein
and about wh{ch we have specific concerns, on the whole we
support the primary objectives of H.R. 7. In addition, we favor
a solution that has the minimum negative impact o_n the Federal
Budget during this critical fiscal period.
I __have stated to you earlier, I would appreciate the opportunity
to offer further comment on this bill·after I have had the chance
to study the position of the Federal Reserve Board, the Administration,
and of other affected parties.
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As

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Chairman

Chairman REuss. See you at 9 o'clock Wednesday morning, and
we now stand in adjournment.
[Whereupon, at 11:45 a.m.,_ the committee adjourned, to reconvene at 9 a.m., Wednesday, January 24, 1979.]


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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 24, 1978

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES,
CoMMITTEE ON BANKING, FINANCE AND URBAN AFFAIRS,
Washington, D.C.
The committee met, pursuant to notice, at 2:30 p.m., in room
2128, Rayburn House Office Building, Hon. Henry S. Reuss (chairman) presiding.
Present: Representatives Reuss, Ashley, St Germain, Gonzalez,
Hanley, Blanchard, Spellman, AuCoin, D'Amours, Evans of Indiana, Lundine, Cavanaugh, Oakar, Barnard, Watkins, Lowry, Stanton, Wylie,· Hyde, Leach, Evans of Delaware, Green, Paul, Bethune,
Campbell, Ritter, and Hinson.
Chairman REUSS. The House Committee on Banking, Finance
and Urban Affairs will be in order for its continued hearings on
H.R. 7, the Monetary Control Act of 1979.
We are most pleased to welcome the Chairman of the Federal
Reserve Board, G. William Miller, to the continuation of our hearings on H.R. 7, the Monetary Control Act of 1979.
On Monday, we heard Deputy Secretary of the Treasury, Robert
Carswell, who testified that the Treasury fully supports H.R. 7,
except that it would prefer to reduce the size of the $50 million
exemptions as a way of reducing the loss to the Treasury, and it
would like to eliminate the indexing provision which is designed to
assure that banks exempted from reserve requirements under our
bill will continue to remain exempt in future years.
Now, Chairman Miller, we are pleased to hear from you. We
appreciate that you made available to us· yesterday the statement
you will offer today, with attachments. Under the rule and without
qbjection, they will be admitted into the record and you may now
proceed in your own way.
Mr. STANTON. I have no opening statement but I do have quite a
bit of comment on this legislation. I wonder if I can get an additional 5 minutes when the time comes around?
Chairman REUSS. You may have it.
STATEMENT OF HON. G. WILLIAM MILLER, CHAIRMAN, BOARD
OF GOVERNORS, FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM

Mr. MILLER. Mr. Chairman, I would like to thank you for your
welcome. I am particularly pleased to be starting this second year
of my stewardship at the Federal Reserve. It is not quite 12 months
that I have been in office, but I feel last year was an active year in
working with this committee, and I am looking forward to working
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I do welcome the new members of the committee. My hope is
that they will, among their duties, find that their interface with
the Federal Reserve proves us to be responsive to their concerns
and interests. We look forward to being available to assist them in
becoming acquainted with the issues they consider to be important.
We are discussing today landmark legislation. It is legislation
that addresses issues as important to the financial system of this
Nation as any we have seen since the thirties. The issues relate to
change-changes in our society and in our financial structure. We
are dealing with many changes: Demographic, social, the shift from
a rural to an urban society, technological revolution-all of which
indicate evolution in the way in which we do business and handle
our affairs, including our financial affairs.
With this changing world comes the question of how we can
assure that we have an effective and efficient monetary system,
responsive to the needs of the future, and not merely an antiquated
vehicle that is incapable of dealing with the new world. We must
assure, in the evolution of institutions, that we provide an environment for fair competition, so that we can strengthen the financial
system and give it the vitality it needs to adapt.
With the risks that are involved in the world in which we live,
we need increasingly to reassure ourselves as to the safety and
soundness of our financial institutions. The response to change is,
in part, the question before this committee, and I must say that
changes are not being suggested because there is any defect in the
system we have; it was well conceived. The founders of the Federal
Reserve and those who have structured our financial system built
it well, and it has served our Nation well for a long time. But the
genius of the American political system is that it is flexible and
adaptive and can reexamine institutions as changes come about
and move to strengthen institutions to deal with changes. It is this
process of strengthening and reevaluation that is, it seems to me,
before this committee. It is this ability to adapt-this lack of rigidity that otherwise would compel one to live only in the past-that
makes it possible for us to meet the needs of a growing nation in a
complex world.
The issue here is not a new one. It has had a gestation period of
several years, during which we have all dealt with the phenomenon of change in our financial system, change in the membership
of the Federal Reserve. This has allowed time for these issues to
sharpen and to ripen so that, in my view, the time for action is this
year. I commend this committee for its willingness to give priority
to this matter. The time to come to grips with and resolve the
issues that have been developed is here this year.
This is the year when there can be a resolution of the issues, and
I believe that this committee-the leadership of this committee, the
members of this committee and the staff of this committee-is
particularly well equipped, because of your background and interests to deal with the issues and to fashion a responsible solution
which will provide the foundation for a strong financial system
able to meet the challenges ahead.
It is imperative that we provide a solution, because there is a
high risk in doing nothing. If we do nothing, not only will we
impair the effectiveness of our monetary system and the effective
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ness of monetary policy to deal with the great issues of inflation
and growth and employment, but we will also accelerate the loss of
revenue to the Treasury. If we do nothing, certainly there shall be
a continuing decline in membership, and a continuing decline in
the earnings of the Federal Reserve and the revenue that is transferred to the Treasury.
But we also must not be so propelled toward a solution that we
overlook the legitimate concerns of the various institutions that
will be affected. So I think we have to move promptly on something
this important which has been gestating so long; on the other
hand, we should be admonished to do so with prudence and to find
a sound solution so that we do not disrupt the natural evolution of
institutions that have served our Nation well, but must serve
better in the future.
Mr. Chairman, H.R. 7, which you introduced, is, in my view-and
in the view of the Federal Reserve Board-a constructive proposal
for dealing with this issue. We are dealing with certain needs that
I would like to outline briefly. Then I would like to mention some
of the effects on constituencies and then, perhaps, some of the
adjustments we think might further strengthen the proposal so
that it does the best job in responding to the challenge.
The first need we have deals with monetary policy. The charts
that are attached to the formal testimony that has been presented
to you show what you already know; that is, that there has been a
sharp decline in the number of banks that are members of the
Federal Reserve and in the percentage of bank deposits that are
subject to Federal Reserve requirements. Chart II shows that there
has been a steady decline in deposits covered by the Federal Reserve System, from about 85 percent in the early sixties, to only
about 72 percent today. This decline has been accelerating in
recent years. Other charts-I won't burden you with their particulars-show that the decline has been even more rapid in New
England, where the introduction of NOW accounts accentuated the
considerations which influence banks to leave the System.
The reason banks leave the System is because of the burden of
membership. The System in which we have been operating requires
member banks to maintain sterile reserves which earn no interest,
and it is the loss of earnings capacity of those reserves that has
caused many banks-operating in a highly competitive environment, with new kinds of financial instruments and institutions
offering them new kinds of competition-to reexamine the benefits
and the burdens of membership. Many have weighed the burdens
as being too great and have been leaving the System.
The aggregate burden to members, based on 1977 data would run
to around $650 million a year. Chart III shows the breakdown of
this burden among sizes of banks. The burden in terms of dollars
falls most heavily on the larger institutions, but the burden as a
percent of earnings falls most heavily on small institutions. Since
they are the ones most affected and their competitiveness is most
impaired by membership, we have had a particularly serious decline in the membership of smaller institutions. In recent years,
however, medium sized and even larger institutions unfortunately
have also been leaving the Federal Reserve System.
What does all this mean? Is it important?

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In our view it is. Chart I is an attempt to demonstrate the
relevance of reserve requirement coverage of deposits by the Federal Reserve. To the degree that deposits are outside the Federal
Reserve System, there is a greater amount of unpredictability, of
variability, in predicting money aggregates and, therefore, in conducting monetary policy. This chart shows that at the present time,
with a little less than 30 percent of deposits not covered by the
Federal Reserve, there can be a range of unpredictability of 6 or 7
percentage points, so that indeed a very wide band of error can
exist as we try to implement monetary policy and determine the
effects on aggregates. Hence, as we have noted, it has been very
difficult for the Federal Reserve to predict with certainty how its
monetary policy will work out month to month in assuring the
proper rate of growth of the aggregates that will support antiinflation policies while maintaining moderate growth.
This chart points out only the slippage between reserves and
deposits that takes place as a result of shifts of deposits between
members and nonmembers. There is further slippage because of
the various gradations of reserves. If deposits move from small
banks to larger banks, the reserve requirement goes up because of
the graduated scale; and vice versa. There is also slippage when
funds move from one class of deposit to another, since those movements are not predictable. Add to this the slippage that results
from deposits moving from members to nonmembers and we have
serious problems.
It is for this reason that we are concerned.
H.R. 7 certainly goes a long way, in our view, to solving this
problem. It stabilizes the deposits that would be subject to Federal
Reserve requirements now and in the future. It does address the
burden on small institutions by providing an exemption so that the
deposits that would be covered would be principally those in the
larger institutions.
We do feel that, with the complexity of our monetary system,
there is a benefit from carrying that coverage to an even further
degree. It is for that reason, Mr. Chairman, that we have suggested
in our statement and submitted to you a proposal to include in
revised legislation a provision for an earnings participation account
at the Federal Reserve to be held against deposits exempted under
H.R. 7, which would increase covered deposits. But because that
earnings participation account would be an asset, participating in
the earnings of the Federal Reserve, there would still be some
protection of the earnings capacity of smaller institutions. So our
revisions would accomplish two goals: Expand the deposits in the
System for purposes of predictability and control of the monetary
system; protect the earnings benefit of smaller institutions under
the exemption level of H.R. 7 since the earnings on their earnings
participation account would be approximately equivalent to what
they might earn from liquid assets held in market instrument.
We, therefore, will be referring from time to time to the Federal
Reserve Board's proposed modification of H.R. 7-Mod 7-and
urge, Mr. Chairman and members of the committee, that Mod 7 be
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When we look over the issues before us as to the need for this
legislation, we are aware of the issue of fairness. When the Federal
Reserve System was first established, commercial banks were,
indeed the principal-and virtually the only-source of depository/
transaction services in this country. With the development of many
other institutions, this is increasingly less so; thrift institutions,
credit unions and savings and loans, offering competitive financial
services, have arisen. This means that as the burden of membership, of sterile reserves, continues on member banks-and as new
forms of depository services not subject to those requirements arise,
the gap in competitive equality grows.
If reserve requirements are looked upon as a form of tax, then it
is a peculiar tax system that taxes only some members in the
arena and leaves others exempt. It is almost as if, in our personal
income tax system in the United States, we were to tax only
certain people and not others. It seems to us that the time has
come to recognize the unfairness of that approach, and, to the
extent there must be a tax, to be sure it is applied equally to all
institutions of like kind. We do have a concept in the United
States, which is not unfamiliar to any of us, and that is that we do
recognize, not a difference in kind of institution, but a difference in
size of institution. In our personal income tax, we do have exemptions and lower rates for lower income, and it would be logical, as
the chairman has proposed in H.R. 7-even if covering all depository institutions-to have an exemption based on size but not on
function. This proposal is an appropriate one.
There is also a need to deal with the membership issue because
of the safety and soundness of financial institutions. One of the
provisions of H.R. 7 is to make available the discount window, the
borrowing facility of the Federal Reserve, to all financial institutions in the purview of this new legislation. That is a favorable
development; it assures that in times of liquidity needs-either
because of the effects of monetary policy, sudden shifts in deposits,
or for whatever reason-there is a sure and safe means of adjusting portfolios-and it assures that there is that liquidity in the
System that is necessary for it to adjust well to changing requirements.
There is also a recognition in this legislation that the payments
mechanism itself needs to have the central bank as an ultimate
source of assurance that payments will be handled without risk to
the parties to a transaction. To the extent that large clearing
banks are outside of the Federal Reserve, there is less assurance of
complete safety in the payments system. To the extent that institutions are in the Federal Reserve System, the availability of this
backup assures there will not be any disruption, any unavailability
of funds, in the payments system due to some sudden problem of
liquidity or difficulty in the financial affairs of a clearing bank
outside the System.
I might add that a fourth need, in looking at this problem, is to
be sure we do not impair-particularly in these times of austerity-the income to the Treasury. All of the suggestions for change
are made in the light of the reality that this is not the time to
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Any proposal which tries to reduce the burden of membership in
the Federal Reserve through a more equitable and uniform system
does have a cost. That cost must be minimized if we are to meet
our responsibilities. I want to emphasize again, however, that if we
do not make changes, then revenue is going to be lost anyway,
because banks are going to be leaving the System.
At the appropriate time today I will have available a schedule
that both the Federal Reserve and Treasury have calculated as the
net costs of H.R. 7 over the next 5 years. The proposal we make, as
a modification, for establishing an earnings participation account,
would not change those figures. To the extent that we have further
deposits maintained with the Federal Reserve, we would invest
them; and these earnings would be passed back to the institutions
so there would be no net change in costs. It would merely assure
more deposits would be covered.
Any such system must be a practical system. We are here today
to design from scratch a modified financial system. I am sure each
of us could define an ideal, but that ideal would not have to take
account of the interests that existing institutions have in the environment in which they have developed and been allowed to develop
and in which they have been allowed to grow.
We do not live in a world in which there are no constituencies;
we live in a world where there are constituencies. It is for this
reason we should recognize that H.R. 7 does not design the ideal
system but the system which is most ideal within the constraints
within which we must all live in being fair to institutions as they
have developed.
In particular, let me talk about the constituencies. The constituencies of member banks should be benefited by this legislation
because the inequitable burden that has fallen on member banks
will be reduced. Nonmember banks will be subject to reserve requirements, but because of the structure of the exemption and the
levels of reserve requirements, the burden will be modest in relation to the public benefit of solving this problem. Only a relatively
few of nonmember banks would actually be required to deposit
nonearning balances with the Federal Reserve.
In terms of the national interest, therefore, a great body of
nonmember banks would be sheltered from any change. Only those
large institutions, who should be required to compete fairly with
other comparable institutions, would be affected, but they themselves should recognize the beneficial effect. They should be interested in a stable, sound monetary system, which is their best
assurance for growth and a fair share of the market in the future.
We come to thrift institutions. Very few of them will be affected
by this legislation because. of the exemptions, which recognize
merely their participation as to transactions accounts and balances. They are required to compete in the same way that other
institutions are required to compete as they grow and begin to
acquire powers beyond what existed in the past. That certainly is
an equitable proposition, one in which the thrifts should recognize
their self-interest. By having a known, stable system, with the
monetary issue resolved, for decades to come, they will know. under
what conditions they will be able to prosper and grow within their
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Those who are purists would argue that ·if we wanted an ideal
system we should endeavor to apply the same reserve requirements
to the savings and time deposits of thrifts as we do to banks, but
here we come to a practical constraint. Those deposits have been
built up over time, as a result of different institutional concepts
and charters, and to change the ground rules in so big an area at
this time would probably not be a practical solution. I think we
should recognize that and, instead of seeking the ideal, seek the
practical in that regard.
As to the other constituencies, I think there is a concern among
State bank supervisors that such a change in the System might in
some way impair upon their responsibilities within the dual banking system. I would be happy to discuss this at length, but it seems
to me that is not a likely course of events. The fact is that we do
propose a new creative environment, not to change the options that
various banks have as to taking State or national charters. If that
were the only consideration today, the 1,100 State member banks
would all take out national charters instead of having State
charters. So it seems to me the evidence shows that there are many
reasons why banks have been willing both to maintain reserves
and to maintain State charters, an<l I see nothing in this legislation
that would change banks' decisions.
Finally, there is the constituency of the Treasury. The Treasury
and the Federal Reserve are in agreement as to the effect this
proposal would have on Treasury revenues, and we are in agreement that if this bill should be passed, the Federal Reserve would
make available from its accumulated surplus-accumulated over 65
years-reimbursement to the Treasury for the effect on its revenues over the next 3 years. There should be no significant impact
on the Federal deficit thereafter, because this legislation will offset
the losses that would take place in its absence from the attrition of
membership.
Mr. Chairman, I could go into more detail about all of these
subjects. With your permission, I hope that the prepared statement, which I know each member has had a chance to review, and
the attachments, will be made a part of the record. I have tried to
approach the issues from a different point of view, to put in perspective for this committee-for this Congress-what we are trying
to accomplish. I certainly appreciate the opportunity to give these
viewpoints, and would welcome the opportunity to elaborate in
answer to questions of this committee.
Thank you.
[Text resumes on p. 303.]
[Mr. Miller's prepared statement, with attachments, on behalf of
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Proposals to Facilitate the Implementation

of Monetary Policy and to Promote,Competitive
Equality Among Depository Institutions
Statement by
G. William Miller
Chairman, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System


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Mr. Chairman, members of the Committee, the nation's
financial system has been undergoing rapid change in recent years,
altering the competitive environment in banking and other financial
markets and complicating the Federal Reserve's ability to implement
monetary policy.

Nonmember depository institutions have been

growing much more rapidly than member banks.

Transactions-type

deposit accounts have become more widespread at thrift institutions.
And, in general, competition among depository institutions and
between those institutions and the open market has become much more
intense.
This competition promotes efficiency in the financial system,
and banks have been re-assessing their costs and operations.

Many,

as a result, have become less willing to bear the high cost of cash
reserve requirements associated with being a member of the Federal
Reserve System.

Thus, there has been a steady--and in recent

years accelerating--decline in the proportion of bank deposits,
especially transaction deposits, subject to Federal reserve requirements.

Moreover, the continued development of new transactions-type

deposits at nonbank depository institutions will further worsen this
situation.
IEVELOPMENTS WEAKEN MONETARY CONTROL

It is essential that the Federal Reserve maintain adequate
control over the monetary aggregates if the nation is to succeed
in its efforts to curb inflation, sustain economic growth, and
maintain the value of the dollar in international exchange markets.
The attrition in deposits subject to reserve requirements set by the
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the monetary aggregates.

As a larger and larger fraction of

deposits at banks becomes subject to the diverse reserve requirements
set by the 50 states rather than by the Federal Reserve, and as more
transactions balances reside at thrift institutions, the relationship
between the money supply and reserves controlled by the Federal Reserve
will become less and less predictable.

Open market operations, the

basic tool of monetary policy, therefore are becoming less precise
in their application.
Our staff has attempted to assess the extent to which growth
of deposits outside the Federal Reserve System would weaken the
relationship between reserves and money.

Their tentative results

are shown in Chart I, which depicts the greater range of short-run
variability in M-1 and M-2, with a given level of bank reserves,
that would develop as the per cent of deposits held outside the Federal
Reserve rises.

As more and more deposits are held outside the System,

this chart suggests that control of money through the reserve base
becomes increasingly uncertain.
USE OF RESERVE REQUIREMENTS HAS BEEN RESTRICTED
With the proportion of banks subject to Federal reserve
requirements declining, the ability of the central bank to use changes
in reserve requirements as a tool of monetary policy has been increasingly undermined.

Changes in reserve ratios not only affect a smaller

proportion of deposits today than in the past, but the Board also
must weigh the potential impact of its actions on the membership
problem--end hence on its ability to maintain monetary control over
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concerns inhibit the Board's freedom of action to conduct monetary
policy.

If reserve requirements were applied universally, as is

proposed in H.R. 7, adjustments in reserve ratios to affect the
availability of credit throughout the country, or to influence
banks' efforts concerning particular types of deposits, may again
become a more viable monetary instrument.

Moreover, while open

market operations in U.S. Government securities provide the Federal
Reserve-with a powerful policy instrument, it is possible that
conditions could develop in the future--such as a less active market
for U.S. Government securities in a period of reduced Federal
budgetary deficits--where more flexible adjustment of reserve requirements might be a desirable adjunct in efforts to control the monetary
agg,.,gates.

AS HAS BEEN THE DISCOUNT WINDOW
The effectiveness of the Federal Reserve's administration
of the discount window also has been potentially compromised by
recent developments.

Membership attrition and the growth of trans-

actions balances at nonbsnk depository institutions have resulted
in a shrinking proportion of the financial system having immediate
access to the discount window on s day-to-day basis.
The discount window, as the "lender of last resort," provides
the payments system with a basic liquidity backup by assuring member
banks the funds to meet their obligations.

But, if the proportion

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in their lending or portfolio policies, because they could not tum
to the window to cushion temporarily the impacts of restrictive
monetary policies.

Risks that liquidity squeezes would result in bank

failures could also increase.

Thus, the Federal Reserve may find

that its ability to limit growth in money and credit in order to
curb inflation was being unduly impeded because the safety valve
provided by the discount window was gradually losing its effective
coverage.

AND THE PAYMENTS SYSTEM FACES DETERIORATION
The growth of transactions balances at institutions that
do not have access to Federal Reserve clearing services also could
lead to a deterioration of the quality of the nation's payments
system.

Reserve balances held at Federal Reserve Banks are the

foundation of the payments mechanism, because these balances are
used for making payments and settling accounts between banks.
Nonmember deposits at correspondent banks can serve the same purpose,
but as more and more of the deposits used for settlement purposes
are held outside the Federal Reserve, the banking system becomes more
exposed to the risk that such funds might be innnobilized if a large
correspondent bank outside the Federal Reserve experienced substantial
operating difficulties or liquidity problems.

A liquidity crisis

affecting such a large clearing bank could have widespread damaging
effects on the banking system as a whole because smaller banks might
become unable to use their clearing balances in the ordinary course


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of business.

The Federal Reserve, of course, is not subject to

liquidity risk and therefore serves, as Congress intended, as a
completely safe foundation for the payments mechanism.
In sum, the major functions of the Federal Reserve System-to conduct monetary policy in the public interest, to provide backup
liquidity and flexibility to the financial system, and to assure a
safe and efficient payments mechanism--all have been undermined by
recent developments.

These developments include, as I've noted

earlier, attrition in Federal Reserve membership and the spreading of
third-party payment powers to nonbank institutions.

DECLINE IN SYSTEM MEMBERSHIP
For more than 25 years there has been a continual decline
in the proportion of commercial banks belonging to the Federal Reserve.
The downward trend in the number of member banks has been accompanied
by a decline in the proportion of_bank deposits subject to Federal
reserve requirements, as may be seen from Chart II.

As of

mid-1978, member banks held less than 72 per cent of total commercial
bank deposits, down about 9 percentage points since 1970.

Thus,

more than one-fourth of commercial bank deposits--and over threefifths of all banks--are outside the Federal Reserve System.

DUE .TO THE EXCESSIVE COST OF MEMBERSHIP
The basic reason for the decline in membership is the financial
burden that membership entails.

Most nonmember banks and thrift

institutions may hold their required reserves in the form of earning


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assets or in the form of deposits (such as correspondent balances)
that would be held in the normal course of business. Member banks,
by contrast, must keep their required reserves entirely in nonearning form.
The cost burden of Federal Reserve membership thus consists
of the earnings that member banks forego because of the extra amount
of non-earning assets that they are required to hold.

Of course,

member banks are provided with services by Reserve Banks, but the
value of these services is insufficient to close the earnings gap
between member and nonmember banks.
The Board staff estimates that the aggregate cost burden
to member banks of Federal Reserve membership exceeds $650 million
annually, based on data for 1977, or about 9 per cent of member bank
profits before income tax.

The burden of membership is not distributed

equally across all sizes of member banks.

According to staff estimates,

shown in the lower panel of Chart III, the relative burden is greatest
for small banks--exceeding 20 per cent of profits for banks with less
than $10 million in deposits.

Further reductions of reserve require-

ments within existing statutory limits would do little to eliminate
the burden for most classes of banks, especially for the smaller banks.
INEQUITY OF COST BURDEN BORNE BY MEMBER BANKS
The current regulatory structure is arbitrary and unfair
because it forces member banks to bear the full burden of reserve
requirements.

Only member banks must maintain sterile reserve

balances, while nonmember banks, which compete with members in the


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same markets for loans and deposits, and thrift institutions, which
increasingly are competing in the same markets, do not face similar
requirements.

Thus, members are at a competitive disadvantage

relative to other depository institutions.

Among the major countries

in the free world, only in the United States has this legislated
inequity been imposed on the commercial banking system.

It is no

wonder that member banks continue to withdraw from the Federal
Reserve.
SPREAD OF THIRD-PARTY PAYMENT POWERS
At the same time, the spread of third-party powers to thrift
institutions is further increasing the proportion of transactions
balances outside the control of the Federal Reserve.

Commercial

banks' virtual monopoly on transactions accounts, maintained in the
past because of their ability to offer demand deposits, is being
eroded.

Moreover, recent financial innovations have led to widespread

use of interest-bearing transactions accounts at both nonbank
depository insitutions and co11DDercial banks, These developments have
increased both the costs and competitive pressures on banks, no doubt
compelling members to reevaluate the costs and benefits of membership and thus playing a significant role in membership withdrawals.
The payments innovations since 1970 are well know to this
Committee, and include limited pre-authorized "bill-payer" transfers
as well as telephone transfers from savings accounts at banks and
savings and loan associtions, NOW accounts at practically all
depository institutions in New England, credit union share drafts,
automatic transfers from savings deposits, and the use of electronic
terminals to make inunediate transfers to and from savings accounts.


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Growth of these transactions-related interest-bearing
deposits has been most dramatic in recent years.

For example, NOW

accounts in New England have grown from practically zero in 1974 to 8
per cent of household deposit balances in mid-1978, as shown in
Chart IV, and one-third of these NOW deposits are at thrift institutions.
The intense competition engendered by the introduction of NOW accounts
has been accompanied by an acceleration of member bank attrition in
New England to a rate well beyond that of the nation, as shown in
Chart V.

This increase in member bank withdrawals is clearly not

just coincidental.
There is no sign that the intense competition will abate.
As shown in Chart VI, savings accounts authorized-for automatic

transfer have grown rapidly at commercial banks across the country
since their introduction Noyember 1; and in New York, NOW accounts,
which were authorized November 10 for all depository institutions
in the State, have been increasing vigorously.

In addition, the

Federal Home Loan Bank Board has announced its intention to authorize
savings and loan associations to offer Payment Order Accounts, or
POAs, which are interest-bearing deposits that can serve many of the
same functions as NOWs.
These developments have caused the distinctions among banks
and thrifts with respect to the "moneyness" of their deposits to
become increasingly blurred and have prompted the Federal Reserve
to reevaluate its existing measures of the monetary aggregates and
to consider possible readjustments to reflect the changing
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The most basic measure of transactions

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balances, M-1, clearly should include more than just currency and
commercial bank demand deposits.

And, the broader aggregates may be

redefined to emphasize distinctions by type or function of deposit
rather than by the institution in which the deposit is held.

Changing

the money measures to reflect economic reality, including the wider
role played by depository institutions other than member banks in the
monetary system, would be complemented by legislation for universal
reserve requirements.

LEGISLATIVE PROPOSALS POINT IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION
The Monetary Control Act of 1979, H.R. 7, introduced by the
Chairman of this Committee, represents a constructive approach to
improving monetary control and reducing the inequities in markets in
which depository institutions are competing.
This bill proposes universal reserve requirements by
establishing a reasonable set of reserve ratios applicable to all
deposits at counnercial banks and to transactions balances at thrift
institutions.

The definition of transactions accounts includes not

only demand deposits, but also the growing number of new thirdparty payments accounts.

Such an approach puts all depository

institutions on an equal competitive basis in the market for transactions deposits and helps assure the continuation of a reserve
structure needed for the efficient conduct of monetary policy.
Under this legislation all counnercial banks and thrift
institutions with transactions accounts would have access to the
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The Federal Reserve could then

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act as a "lender of last resort" to a broader class of depository
institutions and thereby enhance the overall safety and soundness of
the depository system, as well as providing more flexibility to
financial institutions to respond to changing monetary policy. The
bill also gives all depository institutions access to Federal Reserve
services.

With the application of an appropriate pricing schedule for

such services, this action should improve the efficiency of the
payments mechanism which underlies all of the nation's economic
transactions.

But I should emphasize that open access to System

services, desirable as it may be, is only practicable if the
so-called membership problem is resolved, as H.R. 7 does in principle.
Without resolution of the membership problem, open access at an
explicit price set for all institutions would only exacerbate the
problem and lead to even greater reduction in the Federal Reserve's
deposit coverage, since services would be available to nonmembers
without bearing the burden of reserves.
BUT CERTAIN MODIFICATIONS OF H.R. 7 ARE NECESSARY
The various features of H.R. 7 redress much of the growing
competitive inequity among financial institutions and provide a
potentially improved framework for enhancing the implementation of
monetary policy.

However, as drafted, certain provisions of this

legislation compromise the improvement in monetary control that
universal reserve requirements could foster.

First, the exemption from any reserve requirement of the
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of other deposits reduces somewhat from present levels the proportion
of deposits subject to Federal reserve requirements,

More importantly,

though, the rather complex procedure for indexing the exemption would
mean that the proportion of deposits subject to direct Federal Reserve
control could not increase over time,

Hence, the Board believes

that the bill needs to be modified, and it has a proposal which will
both enhance monetary control and preserve for all institutions the
earnings protection of the exemption contained in the bill, without
increasing the cost to the Treasury from that associated with H,R, 7,

PARTICIPATION IN FEDERAL RESERVE EARNINGS FOR EXEMPTED DEPOSITS
The Board's proposed modification involves establishment of an
"Earnings Participation Account" at the Federal Reserve to be held
against deposits exempted by H,R, 7 from reserve requirements.

To

reduce the record-keeping burden, small institutions could be excluded
from having to hold this account.

This exclusion could amount to the

first $10 million of transactions deposits at each institution

and

$10 million of other deposits at each commercial bank,
For banks,. with respect to all deposits, and for other
depository institutions, with respect to transactions deposits, their
Earnings Participation Account would be held against deposits above
the $10 million exclusion and up to the amount of the $50 million
exemption in H,R, 7,

The size of this Earnings Participation Account

for each deposit category would equal the reserve ratio applicable to
deposits in that category times the amount of deposit liabilities
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To the extent that an

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institution holds vault cash in excess of its required reserves
on nonexempt deposits, the size of the Earnings Participation Account
would be reduced correspondingly,

This provision reduces the

possibility that institutions would build up their excess reserves,
which would tend to increase the slippage between reserves and
deposits and thereby diminish monetary control.
Chart VII compares the impacts of the Board's proposal
with H,R, 7 and with the current reserve system.

As can be seen

in the upper left-hand panel, the Board's modification has the
advantage of greatly increasing the proportion of commercial bank
transactions deposits covered by an account at the Federal Reserve-from the present 73 per cent to 94 per cent. This would be
accomplished even though the $10 million exclusion would mean that
45 per cent of all commercial banks, as well as virtually all thrifts,
would not be required to hold any account at the Federal Reserve.
At the same time, as shown in the right-hand upper panel, the number
of banks holding non-earning reserve balances at Federal Reserve
Banks would be as low as under H.R. 7,

The number would be sharply

reduced from the current level of 5,664 to an estimated 656,
Finally, the bottom panel indicates that the effect on bank earnings
would be virtually the same under either H.R. 7 or the bill as
modified by the Board's proposal.

The difference would be that

under our proposal, banks would hold some assets in the form of
the Earnings Participation Account rather than as market investments
or loans.


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The return on this account would be equivalent to the
average return on the Federal Reserve's portfolio, which includes
both short- and long-term securities.

Some years this return might

be higher than banks would earn on other assets--which are likely
to be a combination of loans and liquid instruments--and some years
less.

On average, over time, there should be little difference.
I would like to underline the advantage of bringing

transactions-type deposits at thrifts under reserve requirements
in this manner.

It will be several years, at least, before any

significant number of thrift institutions would actually have to
hold non-earning reserves at the Fed.
loan association or credit union

Currently, no savings and

has transactions deposits in

excess of the $50 million exemption.

Only 8 mutual savings banks

have transaction accounts in excess of the exemption, and each
has vault cash considerably in excess of the reserve requirement
that would apply to such deposits.
Attachment A presents a listing of individual member and
nonmember commercial banks and MSB's similar to that shown on
pages 17 to 65 of the Committee print, Description of the Monetary
Control Bill.

An asterisk in the far right column indicates that

it is a bank added to the list by the Board's proposal--that is,
it has deposits above the excluded level but below the exempted
level.

These added banks would hold an Earnings Participation

Account at the Federal Reserve but they would not hold any nonearning required reserves balance at Reserve Banks because their
deposits are below the exempted level.


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Banks without an asterisk

were on the committee list before, and their ~on-earning
balance is affected exactly the same as in H.R. 7.

reserve

Column 4--entitled

EPA--shows the amount of the Earnings Participation Account each
institution would hold.

If this column is zero, the bank at the

end of 1977 had.sufficient vault cash in excess of its required
reserves so that it would have had no Earnings Participation Account.
Thus, the additional institutions brought under Federal
Reserve control would keep the earnings benefit of the exemption
level proposed by H.R. 7, since they would participate in the
Federal Reserve's earnings on the balances that they would be
required to maintain in the Earnings Participation Account.

More-

over, the cost to the Treasury would be no different under the
Board's proposal than under the proposed bill.

Under the Board's

plan, the Federal Reserve would earn additional interest on the
greater amount of balances that would be held at Reserve Banks,
thereby offsetting the cost of the depository institutions'
Earnings Participation Account.
In sum, the Board proposal would have the clear advantage of
expanding significantly the coverage subject to reserve requirements, thereby enhancing the implementation of monetary policy.
At the same time, it would sustain the earnings benefits of the
exemption level for all depository institutions--at no additional
cost to the Treasury.

Finally, exclusion of the first $10 million

of transactions-type deposits and $10 million of other deposits
from the earnings participation requirement would reduce the recordkeeping burden of the proposal, with relatively modest policy impact.


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Attachment B provides language for a series of amendments to R.R. 7
that would implement the Board's proposed DK>dification.
Another modification proposed by the Board concerns affiliated
institutions.

Providing an exemption from required reserves of $100

million in deposits gives an incentive to banks to form new,
affiliated commercial banking entities in lieu of branch offices in
order to avoid the requirement to hold sterile reserves.

A bank as

large as $100 million would already enjoy many of the economies of
scale associated with larger banking operations.

Thus, the cost of

creating new banks would be small relative to the benefit of avoiding
reserve requirements.

To eliminate this potential loophole, the

Board proposes that affiliated commercial banks be limited to a
total exemption equal to the number of such institutions as of
August 1, 1978 times the exemption levels specified in the bill.
Such an amendment to R.R. 7 as it would be applied to the Board's
proposal is presented in Attachment

c.

Additional more technical

amendments to clarify reporting requirements and to conform other
provisions of the Federal Reserve Act are also attached for the
Committee's consideration.

Mr. Chairman, I want to thank you for the opportunity
to present the Federal Reserve's view on the Monetary Control Act
of 1979 this afternoon.

This bill deals constructively with issues of

crucial importance to the long-run viability of the nation's central
bank and to the health of our financial system.

The problems are

difficult, but considerable progress has been made in recent months
toward achieving a solution that promotes the public interest.


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Chart I

Effect of Member Bank Attrition On Short-Run Predlctablllty of Monetary Aggregates
Absolute Range of Unpredlcteble Varlablllty In r--month Growth Rates
Percentage points

20

15

10

5

0

20

40

Per cent of Bank Deposits Not Subject to Rase<ve Requirements


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Chartn

Percentage of U.S. Commercial Banks and
Deposits In the Federal Reserve System
Per cent

90

80

70

80

50

40

0

1981


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1969

1973

1977

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Chart:m

Estimated Burden of Federal Reserve Membership

-

-

AGGREGATE BURDEN, 1977

Millions of dollars
300

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AGGREGATE BURDEN AS PERCENT OF
ESTIMATED 1977 DOMESTIC PRE-TAX EARNINGS

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Bank size class(total deposits, millions of dollars)

0
Over 1000

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Chortl!Z

NOW Accounts as Percentage of
Household Deposit Balances In New England
Percent

8

8

4

2

1974


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1978

1977

1978

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ChartJ:z:

Percentage of New England Commercial Banks and
Deposits In the Federal Reserve System
Per cent

90

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0

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1967

1969

1971

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Chart1Zl

ATS Accounts Nationwide and NOW Accounts In New York State

Billions of dollars

5

TOTAL

4
ATS

3

2

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* NOW account authorization not effective until November 10.

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Chart lZil

Effects of Proposals on Commercial Banks

~sactions deposits covered

Per cent

Banks holding non-earning
reserve balances at F.R. Banks

-100

Per cent
100

80

80

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60

60

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40

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40

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Current

H.R. 7

Current

Modified H.R. 7

Earnings gain from net
reduction in non-earning
balances

H.R. 7

Billions of dollars

Revenue from Earnings
Participation Account

800

H.R. 7
Baaed on December 1977 deposits.


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Modified H.R. 7

600

400

200

0

Modified H.R. 7

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Attachment A
Benefit to Banks Covered by Modified R.R. 7
Key to Column Headings
(1)

TDEP

Total domestic deposits as of the end of 1977.

(2)

VL!CSR

Vault cash as of the end of 1977.

(3)

1977 ~BAL

Estimated amount of reserve balances as of the end
of 1977 required by current law to be held at
Federal Reserve Banks (i.e., required reserves minus
vault cash) •

(4)

NEW EPA

Amount that would have been held in Earnings Participation Account at the end of 1977 under modified
R.R. 7,

(5)

NEW ~BAL

New required reserves minus vault cash that would
have been held at the F .R. Banks under modified
R.R. 7. (This amount is the same as under R.R. 7.)

(6)

DIF

Reduction in non-earnings required reserve balances
at Federal Reserve Banks that would have been held
under modified R.R. 7.
A negative amount represents an increase. (This amount is the same as
under R.R. 7,)

(7)

*

A bank covered by modified R.R. 7 but not by R.R. 7.

Examples for Member Banks

CA) The table shows that the first bank listed, Albertsville National
Bank, had deposits of $21,933,000 in December 1977. Vault cash
amounted to $366,000, and required non-earning balances at the
Federal Reserve were $641,000.
Under modified R.R. 7, this bank, as of the end of 1977, would not
have had to hold any non-interest earning balances at the Federal
Reserve because neither its transactions-type deposits nor the
sum of its other deposits was greater than $50 million. Albertsville
National therefore would have saved the $641,000 it held in noninterest bearing reserve balances at the Federal Reserve at the
end of 1977. This is the same savings as under. R.R. 7.
Since its vault cash is in excess of required reserves (which
would be zero), all vault cash would have been counted in lieu of
the Earnings Participation Account. The Earnings Participation
Account thus would have been zero because its vault cash was greater
than the reserve ratios times the non-excluded deposits (deposits
in excess of $10 million per account category).


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(11)

As of Decemer 1977, Birmingham Trust National Bank had domestic
deposits of $828,915,000, vault cash of $6,100,000 and sterile
balances at the Federal Reserve Bauk of $39,847,000. Because it
had both transactions deposits and other deposits well in excess
of the $50,000,000 exemptions, Birmingham Trust, under modified
H.R, 7, would have had to meet reserve requirements with all of
its vault cash and reserve balances of $27,342,000. ·The difference
between the actual 1977 sterile balances and those under modified
H,R, 7 ~esult in a savings of $12,505,000--the same as under H.R. 7.
In this case, no vault cash would have been applied in lieu of the
Earnings Participation Account 1because required reserve would have
exceeded the bank's holdings of vault cash. Thua, the Earnings
Participation Account of Birmingham Trust will equal the reserve
ratio on transactions deposits (9.S per cent) times $40 million
plus the weighted reserve ratio on other deposits times $40 million,
or $5,162,000.

Examples for Nonmember Banks
(A)

The first nomnember bank listed is The Bank of Abbeville, which had
total deposits, as of the end of 1977, of $23,421,000 and wult cash
of $240,000. Under existing law, no nonmember bank has any Federal
reserve requirements. Under modified H.R. 7, this bank would have
continued to have no Federal reserve requirements because its transactions deposits and other deposits are well below the $SO million
exemption lev"l per account category. The same result would occur
under H.R. 7.
Since vault cash of the Bank of Abbeville would have been in excess of
required reserves (which are zero), all vault cash would have been
counted in lieu of the Earnings Participation Account, Thus, this-bank
would have had no Earnings Participation Account because vault cash
was greater than the reserve ratio times the non-excluded deposits.

(B)

Central Bank of Birmingham had total deposits of $510,662,000 in
December 1977. Vault cash was $3,050,000, and it had no Federal
reserve requirements. Under the modified H.R. 7, required reserves
would have been covered by its vault cash holdings plus $17,509,000
in sterile reserve balances. This results in a net increase in
nonearnings reserve balances of $17,509,000, the same as under H,R, 7.
In this case, no vault cash would have been applied in lieu of the
Earnings Participation Account because required reserves would
have exceeded the bank's holdings of vault cash. Thus, the Central
Bank of Birmingham would have maintained, under modified H,R. 7,
an Earnings Participation Account of 9,5 per cent times $40 million
in transaction balances plus the weighted average reserve ratios
on $40 million of other depo•its, or $5,459,000.


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FIRST NS OF FAVETTE
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Vl TCSH

21933
H342
16979
57239
58006
81102
36876
32111
26805
22887
2J484
828915
109328
1120037
23563
51975
17487
41640
24604
15260
20083
18557
19740
25163
27662
18711
511589
64544
31591
84933
116332
16235
46304

366
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251
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583
387
320
537
753
6100
1216
14329
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732
240
373
508
225
259
263
327
284
673
243
7452
996
688
1023
3281
439
619
698
2336
399
1443
785
168
599
534
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785
3812
1619

AL

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AL
AL

135004
21105
61029
38170
465H
39060
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23771
39452
155664
67626
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AL
AL
AL
AL
AL
AL
AL

Al
AL

1122

151
NEW
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131
l97l
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141
NEW
EPA

641
BBi
506
1829
1713
2074
1482
1034
875
522
401
39847
4870
584.l6
658
2045
516
1520
378
406
633
562
640
1087
764
713
20913
2833
1035
3209
2301
211
1593
180
4698
503
1 787
1165
1441
1212
1398

0
0
0
129
267
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144
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0

0

0

0

0
0
27342
0
41691
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

1oz
1323
4962
2072
861

0
5162
3314
5363
0
744
0
296
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

49H
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724
0
252
0
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287
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31
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0
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0
0
0
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0
0
0
0
0
0
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0
0
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161
DIF
131..:, 51
641
881
506
1829
17ll
2074
1482
1034
875
522
401
12505
4870
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658
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516
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562
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DSB

NAME

6011230
6011240
6011265
6011370
6011380
6011390
6011410
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6011448
6011450
6011500
6011510
6011520
6011540
6011542
6011543
6011586
6011620
6011648
6011750
6011770
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6011827
6011850
601I8d0
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FIRST NB Of JACKSONVILLE
JACKSONVILLE
JASPER
FIRST NAT BANK Of JASPER
LANETT
VALLEY NATIONAL BANK
AHERICAN NAT 8ANK & TRUST COMOBILE
MOBILE
FIRST NAT BANK OF MOBILE
MERCHANTS NAT BANK Of MOBILEMOBILE
MONROE C GUN TY BANK
MONRO EV ILLE
HCNTG0MERY
ALABAMA 118 OF MONTGOMERY
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CENTRAL BANK OF MONTGOMERY
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H0NTGOHERY
UNION BANK ANO TRUST COHPANYHCNTGCHERY
CIT I ZENS BANK
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OPELIKA
FIRST NAT BANK OF OPELIKA
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF OPP OPP
OXFORD
CENTRAL BANK OF OXFORD
FIRST CITY NAT BK Of OXFORD CXF0RD
FIRST ALA BK Of PHENIX CY NAP HEN IX C ITV
FIRST NAT BANK Of PIEDMONT
PIEDMONT
CENTRAL BANK OF MOBILE NA
PR I CHARD
FIRST NAT SK OF RUSSELLVILLERUSSELLVILLE
FIRST NATIONAL SANK
SCOTTSBORO
CITY NATIONAL BANK Of SELMA SELMA
FIRST AL SANK OF SEUU NA
SELMA
SELMA
PEOPLES BANK ANO TRUST CO
FIRST COLBERT NATIONAL SANK SHEFFIELD
fl~ST NAT SANK OF STEVENSON STEVENSON
CITY NAT BANK OF SYLACAUGA SYLACAUGA
FIRST NAT BANK IN SYLACAUGA SYLACAUGA
I SBEll NAT BK OF TALLADEGA TALL ADE GA
TALL ADE GA tlA Tl O,~Al BANK
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85 BANKS AFFECTED IN STATE

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TDEP

LOCATION

51
27

Al
AL
Al
AL
AL
Al
AL
AL
Al
AL
AL
AL
AL
AL
AL

AL
AL

Al
AL
AL
AL
AL
Al
Al

AL
Al
Al
Al
Al
AL
Al
Al
AL
AL

Al
AL
AL
AL
AL

17983
78291
23227
155471
42392I
449267
22291
114393
88865
20118
395276
14543
196100
19859
30744
20000
45651
33220
14647
17787
14478
51594
4.62H
42024
38509
39179
64526
27883
20099
22031
22119
30963
33854
31083
104494
162516
32733
19077
3645l

1/17/19

121
VLTCSH

H4
1965
620
3092
8914
6743
344
1872
2151
390
6875
283
2265
269
953
2H
421
901
151
475
192
1228
520
671
739
110
1199
462
313
431
377
463
q5I
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1986
2seq
769
344
563

131
1911
REQBAL

10

393
2904
454
6187
15980
20317
709
4843
2067
439
152H
295

0
1006
0
090
560
5366
0
3211
789
0
5317
0
5119
0
0
0
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0
0
0
0
0
156
40
0
0
589
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2404
4733
0
0
0

1101
567
506
670
1445
502
411
361

344
871
1639
H21
1029
1020
192(
841
402
611
718
882
853
620

UZ1
6567
732
609
1079

NEW
EPA

151

NEW
RE0BAL
0
0
0
0
8086
11275
0
0
0
0
7189
0

6H
0
0
0
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0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
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0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

161
Dlf

Ul-151
393
2904

454
6187
7894
9042
709
4843
2067
439
8045
295
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567
506
670
1445
502
411
361
344
871
1639
1427
1029
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402
611
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853
620
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111
TOEP

LOCATION

IZI
Vl TCSH

131

UI

l97l

NEW
EPA

REQBAL
12020013
12020014
12020018
IZ020030
12020040
12020080

FIRST NB OF ANCHOUGE
NATIONAL BANK OF ALASKA
SECURITY NATIONAL BANK
ALASKA NATIONAL BANK
FIRST NAT BANK FAIRBANKS
FIRST NB OF KETCHIKAN

Of

AK

ANCHORAGE
ANCHORAGE
ANCHORAGE
FAIRBANKS
FHRBANKS
KETCHIKAN

6 BANKS AFFECTED IN STATE

I
3

AK
AK

AK
AK

AK

JlH67
486033
22665
189949
46432
48647

6678
12662
353
6140
1687
888

15706
20928

HZ
7008
1676
1503

4970
5183
0
4559
203

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151
NEW
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5733
9317
0
0
0
0

11>1
OIF
131-151
9973
11611
742
7008
1676
1503

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----------------------------12040070 FIRST NAT BK OF ARIZOIIA
12040100 VALLEY NAT BK OF AR I ZONA
OF

PlllEIIIX
PHOENIX

2 BANKS AFFECTED IN STATE

AZ
AZ
0
0

36878
60547

9Ul9
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5093
5107

59966
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34153
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HAVE NO REQUREO RES ERYE BALANCE

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8050105
8050110
8050160
8050180
8050190
8050250
8050330
8050340
8050360
8050400
8050440
8050510
8050520
8050590
8050600
8050610
8050630
8050660
80501>70
80501>90
8050720

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3050692

FIRST NAT BK OF SHARP CTY
ASH FLAT
CITIZENS BANK
BATESVILLE
FIRST NATIONAL .BANK
BATESVILLE
FIRST NAT BK OF BERRYVILLE BERRYVILLE
FARMERS BANK ANO TRUST CD
BLYTHEVILLE
FIRST NAT BK IN BLYTHEVILLE BLYTHEVILLE
FIRST NAT BK OF CAMOEN
CAMDEN
FAR~ERS NB OF CLARKSVILLE
CLARKSVILLE
FIRST NAT BK ~F CONWAY
CONWAY
FIRST NAT BK OF CROSSETT
CROSSETT
FIRST NAT BK OF OE QUEEN
OE QUEEN
FIR ST NAT BK OF DE WI TT
DE WITT
FIRST NAT BK OF El OORAOO
EL DORADO
NAT BK OF CHRC CF EL DORADO EL DORAOO
FIRST NAT BK OF FAYETTEVILLEFAYETTEVlllE
IICILROY BlflK ANO TRUST
FAYETTEVILLE
FIRST NAT 8K OF FOPDYCE
FORDYCE
FIRST NAT BK OF E ARKANSAS FORREST CITY
CITY NAT BK OF FORT SMITH
FORT SMITH
FIRST NAT 8K CF FORT S~ITH FORT SMITH
MERCHANTS NB OF FORT S~ITH FORT SMITH
FIRST NAT BK IN GREEtl FORESTGREEN FOREST

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AR
AR
AR
AR
AR

AR
AR

AR
AR
AR
AR
AR
AR

AR
AR

AR
AR
AR
AR
AR
AR

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30401
53592
28524
46401
H469
39886
23628
57267
33214
24983
246Bl
80615
45646
90717
72026
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40115
107889
135711
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322
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166
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268
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860
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899
118
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3713
1543
3226
2931
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334
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8050810
805085 B
8050810
B0509I0
8050920
8050950
8050955
8050956
8050910
8051150
8051110
8051113
8051180
8051190
8051260
8051280
8051390
8051458
8051510
B05l550
8051558
8051510
8051600
8051630
8051680
B051690
8051818
8051820
8051830
8051854
8051910
8051950
8052010
8052015
8052020
8052140
8052150
8052IB5
8052190
8052250
OF

111
TDEP

LOCATION

FIRST NAT BK IN HARRI SDN
HARRISON
FIRST •NAT BK Of PHILLIPS CTYHELENA
HELENA NATIONAL BANK
HELENA
CITIZENS NAT BK OF HOPE
HOPE
FIRST NAT BK OF HOPE
HOPE
ARKA~SAS BK & TR CO
HOT SPRINGS
FIRST NAT BK OF HOT SPRINGS HOT SPRINGS
HOT SPRINGS
GRANO NATIONAL BANK
Fl~ST NAT BK OF HUNTSVILLE HUNTSVILLE
COIIRCL NB Of LI TILE ROCK
LITTLE RCCK
FIRST NAT BK IN LITTLE ROCK LITTLE ROCK
METROPOLITAN NATIONAL BANK LITHE ROCK
UNION NAT 8~ OF LITTLE ROCK LITTLE RCCK
WORTtlEN BANK & TRUST CO NA LITTLE ROCK
FIRST NAT BK OF MAGNOLIA
HAG NOLI A
HAL VERN NATIONAL BANK
HAL VERN
FIRST NAT SK IN MENA
MENA
FIRST NS t TR CO OF HT HOME HOUNTAI N HOME
FIRST NAT BK OF .NASHVILLE
NASHVILLE
FIRST NAT BK OF NEWPORT
NEWPORT
FIRST A<ERICAN NATIONAL BANKN LITTLE ROCK
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
CSCEOLA
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
PARAGOULD
FIRST NAT BK AT PARIS
PAR IS
tlA T BK OF CHRC OF PINE BLUFFPINE BLUFF
SI H,SONS FIR ST NATIONAL BANK PI NE Bl UFF
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
ROGERS
FIRS! NAI BK OF RUSSELLVILLERUSSELLVILLE
PEOPLES BA~K t TRUST CO
RUSSELLVILLE
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
SEARCY
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
SILOAM SPRINGS
FIRST NAT BK OF SPRINGOALE SPRINGDALE
FIRST NAT BK OF. STUTTGART
STUTTGART
TEXARKANA
CMRC NAT BK OF TEXARKANA
ST FIRST NAT BK OF TEXARKANAJEXARKANA
FIRST Na OF LAWRENCE CTY
WALNUT RI OGE
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
WARREN
FIDELITY NATIONAL BANK
WEST HEH PHIS
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
WEST HEHPHI S
FIRST NAT BK OF WYNNE
WYNNE
0

62 BANKS AFFECTED IN STATE

31

21

-----------------------------

AR
AR
AR
AR
AR
AR
AR
AR
AR
AR

AR
AR
AR

AR
AR

AR
AR

AR
AR
AR
AR
AR
AR

AR
AR
AR
AR
AR
AR

AR
AR
AR
AR
AR
AR
AR
AR
AR
AR
AR

39552
35113
26601
45280
31839
132692
113883
18930
21659
193874
241815
29622
216249
385649
60041
28038
26860
52556
23171
35835
83798
31357
58990
244BO
119367
171139
44296
45918
47720
47656
32388
72041
53230
33656
120783
18432
24386
21286
23710
28225

121
VLTCSH
1031
460
318
264
459
1125
1848
212
201
2168
2686
310
3362
8197
601
631
365
372
336
284
2183
554
662
321
2002
3460
542
905
1002
533
424
1380
543
1009
3342
282
355
601
314
283

l/ll/79

131
1917
REQBAL

141
NEIi

1215
1192
820
1809
996
U55
3714
569
815
9805
12195
1037
10342
14419
2543
714
7~5
1810
802
1288
2546
929
2091
824
4521

0
0
0
293
0
2227
1625
0
0
5183
5121
0
5058
5211
1113
0
0
592
0
250
1088
0
52',
0
2985
3986
323
0
0

5864
l6•1l
1225
1059
1930
1138
2426
2222
498
3007
673
643
604
759
1039

EPA

415
0
641
716
0

92',
0
0
0
0
0

151
NEIi
REQBAL

161
DIF
131-151

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1986
4029
0
2283
5236
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

1215
1192
820
1809
996
4255
3714
569
Bl5
1819
8166
1037
8059
9243
2543
714
755
1810
802
1288
25,6
929
2091
824
4521
586"
1690
1225
1059
1930
1138
2426
2222
498
3007
613
643
604
759
1039

HAVE NO EARNINGS PARTICIPATION ACCOUNT OR REQUIRED RESERVE BALANCE
HAVE NO REQURED RESERVE BALANCE

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12060072
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12060115
12060126
12060190
12060305
12060330
12060351
12060375
12060380
12060395
12060443
1206046 3
12060513
12060539
12060575
12060530
12060585
I20606JO
12060710
12060724
12060730
12060750
12060755
12060825
12060882
12060938
12060957
12060960
12060970
12061015
12061113
12061130
12061205
12061215
12061260
12061285
I206l4JO
12061410
12061450
12061505
12061530
12061625
12061640
12061680

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C CHHUN IT Y NAT I ONAL BANK
CITY NATIONAL BANK
INYO MONO NATIONAL BANK
FIRST NB OF CLOVERDALE
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
FIRST NAT BANK OF DIXON
CAP ITAL NATIONAL BANK
SURETY NATIONAL BANK
FUST NB OF SAN DIEGO CTY
HUMBOLDT NATIONAL DANK
FIRST NATIONAL 8,\NK

111
TDEP

LOCATION
ALAMEDA
BAKERSFIELD
BAKERSFIELD
BEVERLY HILLS
BISHOP
CLOVERDALE
CALV CITY
DIXON

CA
CA
CA
CA
CA
CA

□ OWNEY

CA
CA

ENCINO ILAI
ESCONDIDO
EUREKA
FRESNO
VALLEY NATIONAL BANK
GLENOALE
~ECHANICS NATIO~AL BANK
HUNTINGTON PARK
IRVINE NATIONAL BANK
IRVINE
VALLEY BANK NATIONAL ASSOC L IVERHORE
F&M BK OF CENIRAL CALIFORNIALOOI
HID-CAL NATIONAL BANK
LODI
FRM t HRCH BK OF LONG BEACH LONG BEACH
LOS ANGELES NATIONAL BANK
LOS ANGELES
PAN AH NB OF E LOS ANGELES
LOS ANGELES CTY
SECURITY PACIFIC NAT BANK
LOS ANGELES
UNION BANK
LOS ANGELES
UNITED CALIFORNIA BANK
LOS ANGELES
GAq FI HO BANK
MONT EB ELLO
SANTA CLARITA NAT BANK
NEWHALL
CENTRAL BANK NAT ASSOCIATIONOAKLANO
OCEANS lOE
WEST COAST NATIONAL BANK
FIRST NATIONAL BANK t TR CO ONTARIO
FIRST NAT BK OF ORANGE CTY ORANGE
CCS~ERC !AL t FARMERS NAT BK OXNARJ
PETALUMA
SlfRqA NATIONAL BANK
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
PLEASANTON
RIVfRSIOE NATIONAL BANK
RIVERSIDE
PLACER NATIONAL BANK
ROCKLIN
MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK
SACRAMENTO
SALINAS
VALLEY NATIONAL BANK
BANK OF AMERICA N T AND S A SAN FRANC I sea
BA~~ OF CALI FCRN I A N A
SAN FRANC I sea
CROCKER NHIONAL BANK
SAN FRANC I sea
SAN FRANC I sea
WE LL S FARGO BANK .N A
SAN JOSE
FIRST NAT BK OF SAN JOSE
SANTA BARBARA NATIONAL BANK ~ANTA BARBARA
COUNTY BANK OF SANTA CRUZ
SANTA CRUZ
CTZ ST BK OF SANTA PAULA
SANT A PAULA

CA
CA

CA
CA
CA

CA
CA
CA
CA
CA
CA
CA
CA

CA
CA
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FIRST NAT BK IN FORT HYERS FORT MYERS
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FIP.ST NB OF FCRT PIERCE
FORT Pl ERCE
FIRST NB OF OKALOOSA COUNTY FORT WALTON BEACH
ATLNTC 1ST NB OF GAINESVILLEGAINESVILLE
FLORIDA NB AT GONESVILLE
GA I NESV ILLE
FIRST NAT BK OF HALLANDALE HALLANDALE
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HOLIDAY
ATLANTIC NB OF W HOLLYWOOD HCLLYWOCD
ATLANTIC NB Of HOLLYWOOD
HOLLYWOOD
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HOLLYWOCD
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HOLIDAY
FIRST NAT BK OF HOMESTEAD
HOMESTEAD
CITZNS 1ST NAT BK CITRUS CTYINVERNESS
AHER ICAN NB OF JACKSONVILLE JACKSONVILLE
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BAR~ETT BK OF JACKSONVLLE NAJACKSONVILLE
FLORIDA NAT BK AT ARLINGTON JACKSONVILLE
FLORIDA NAT BANK AT LAKE SHOJACKSONVILLE
FLA FIRST NB OF JACKSONVILLEJACKSONVILLE
JACKSONVILLE NATIONAL BANK
JACKSONVILLE
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ELLIS FIRST NB AT JAY
JAY
FLORIDA FIRST NATIONAL BANK KEY WEST
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6121425
6121426
61214'0
6121442
6121448
6121450
6121455
6121469

6121410
6121476
6121479
61214d0

6121490
6121492
612IS02
6121520
6121525
6121530
6121541
6121542
6121555
6121556

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6121620
6121626

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6121670
6121686
6121690
6121693
6121698
6121704
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111
TDEP

LOCATION

SOUTH HIAHI
FIRST NAT BK OF SOUTH MIAMI SOUTH MIAMI
SE N9 OF ST PETERSBURG
SOUTH PASADENA
FIRST NAT BANK t TRUST CO
STUART
STUART NATIONAL BANK
STUART
JEFFERSON NB AT SUNNY I SL ES SUNNY ISLES
CAP CY 1ST NB OF TALLAHASSEETALLAHASSEE
I NOUS T• I AL NATIONAL BANK
TALLAHASSEE
BARNETT BA,JK OF TAMPA NA
TAMPA
BROADWAY NlT BANK Of TAMPA TAMPA
COLU,BIA BANK OF TAMPA
T AHPA
ELLIS NATIONAL BK OF TAMPA TAMPA
EXCHANGE NAT 81\NK OF TAMPA TAMPA
f IR51 NATIONAL BK OF FLORIOATAMPA
TAMPA
FLAGSHIP BANK OF TAMPA
METROPOLITAN BAN~ t. TR CO
TAMPA
PAN AMERICAN BK Of TAMPA NA TA"1PA
SECONO NAT BK OF TAMPA
TAMPA
ELLIS FIRST NB IN TARPON SPGTARPON SPRINGS
FIRST NAT BANK Of THE UPPER TAVERNIER
1ST ~RNE NBLTC JUPITER
TEQUESTA
FLGSHP 1ST NB OF TITUSVILLE TITUSVILLE
FLORIDA NAT BK AT TITUSVILLETITUSVILLE
FIRST N4 T IONA,L BANK
VEN ICE
FLORIDA FIRST NB AT VERO BCHVERO BEACH
ATLANTIC NB OF WEST PALM 8CHWEST PALM BEACH
FLAGLER NB OF THE PALM BCHS WEST PALM BEACH
FIRST NB OF PALM BEACH CTY WEST PALM BEACH
SUN 9ANK OF WILTO~ MANORS NAWILTON MANORS
FIRST NB OF WINTER GARJEN
WINTER GAROtN
BAR'JETT BK OF E POLK CTY NA WINTER HAVEN
EXCHANGE NB OF WINTER HAVEN WINTER HAVEN
WINTER HAVEN
FIRST NB OF WINTER HAVEN
Ba,lETT BK OF ORLNOO/W PK NA WINTER PARK
WINTER PARK
WINTER PARK NATIONAL BANK
203 BANKS AFFECTED IN STATE

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FL

FL
FL
FL
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FL
FL
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118597
76958
28950
94265
19222

46804
43117
29083
28999
281244
394193
115315
121569
61019
55467
54707
25442
53883
34508
20995
91075
32608
71985
21347
23292
52566
23844
68076
98035
21846
163580
17425

131
1977
REQBAL

10
NEW
EPA

982

0

977

3403

462
1396

1442
H51

1938
92
2529

832

2744
1213
3129
438

249

H5
1482

476
164

864

562
689

1366

564

967
10601
9462
3033
5363
15-91

4697
10193
2142
899
1285

845
320
389
730

HO
403
966
1479
3522
258
810
1041
278
1183
1528

421
3160
305

614

151
NEW
REQBAL

161
OIF
131-151

982

0
0

3403

0

1442

0

4351

1338

0

2744

0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

1213
3129
438
864
1306

1637
0
0
211
0
0
5602
5033
1377

2744
169
0

2939

1956

531

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

2149
1748

765
689

890
2326
1480
636
3317
206
1328
763
400
1998
879
2440
3280
510
5476
501

0
855
226
0

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0
0
0
0

653
0

756
1783
0

3H6
0

614
967
7863
9293
3033
3407
1591
2149
1148
890
2326
1480
636
3317
206
1328
763
400
1998
819
2440
3280
510

5416
501

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ATHENS
6130210 F IP ST NAT BANK OF ATHENS
6130240 CITIZENS TRUST BANK
ATLANTA

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32612

GA
GA

64023
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680
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543

1015

0

3190
1648

1503
333

0
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1015
3190

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6130257
6130260
6130270
6130290
6130330
6130335
6130340
6130390
6130410
6130550
6130560
6l30t.50
6130715
6130720
6130730
6130740
6130900

6130910
6130950
6131040
6131120
6131140
6131400
6131470
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6131510
6131650
6131645
6131950
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6132040
6132110
6132125
6132180
6132310
6132360
6132420
6132565
6132720
6132730
6132810
6132870
6132892
6132936
6133170
6133280

NAME

111
TDEP

LOCATION

ATLANTA
FIRST GEORGI A BANK
ATLANTA
FIRST NAT BANK OF ATLANTA
FULTON NAT BK OF ATLANTA
ATLANTA
tlA Tl ONAL BANK OF GA
ATLANTA
TPUST COMPANY BANK
ATLANTA
AUGUSTA
FIRST NB&TR CO OF AUGUSTA
AUGUSTA
GEORGIA RAILROAD BK&TR CO
BAINBRIDGE
FIR ST ST NB Of BAINBRIDGE
BARNESVILLE
FIRST NB OF BARNESVILLE
A/1 NAT BK OF BRUNSWICK
BRUNSWICK
FIRST NAT BK OF BRUNSWICK
BRUNSWICK
ClLHOUN FIRST NATIO~AL BANK CALHOUN
S GECRGIA NB OF CARROLLTON CARROLL TON
FIRST NB OF CARTERSVILLE
CAPTERSVILLE
C011SERC I Al NATIONAL BANK
CEDARTOWN
FIRST NAT BK OF POLK COUNTY CEDARTOWN
COLUMBUS
FIRST NAT BK OF COLUMBUS
NB & TR CO Of COLUMBUS GA
COLUMBUS
FIRST NAT BANK CF COMMERCE
CCHMERCE
FIRST NB OF HABEkSHA/1 CTY
CORNELi A
FIRST NAT BK OF PAULO I NG CTYOALLAS
FIRST NAT BK OF DALTON
DALTON
FIRST NAT BK IN ELBERTON
El8E~TON
NAT BK OF FITZGERALD
FITZGERALD
FIRST NB OF GAINESVILLE
GA IUESV ILLE
GAINESVILLE
GAINESVILLE NATIONAL BANK
GR I FF IN
FIRST NAT BANK Of GRIFFIN
FIRST NAT BANK OF WAYNE CTY JESUP
BRA.~rn BANKING CO'1PANY
LAWRENCEVILLE
FIRST NB OF GWINNETT COUNTY LAWRENCEVILLE
FIRST NAT BANK OF LOUISVILLELOUISVILLE
FIRST NAT gK ANO TR CO
MACON
FIRST NAT OK OF HCOOtWUGH
MC OONOUGH
FIRST NAT BANK OF COBB CTY
HARi ETTA
NATIONAL BANK OF WALTON CTY MONROE
MOULTRIE NATIONAL BANK
MOULTRIE
FIRST NAT RK OF N/'WNAN
NEWNAN
FIRST NAT BK OF HCUSTON CTY PERRY
FIRST NAf BK OF ROHE
ROHE
NATIONAL CITY BANK OF ROHE
ROHE
Cl Tl ZENS & SOUTHERN NAT BK
SAVANNAH
SAVANNAH
SAVANNAH BANK ANO TR CO
TR CO GA BK SAVANNAH NA
SAVANNAH
TRUST CO BANK OF COBB CTY NASHYRNA
'f I RST NAT BANK Of THOMSON
THOMSON
FIRST NAT BANK Of VALDOSTA VALDOSTA

GA
GA
GA
GA
GA
GA
GA
GA
GA
GA
GA
GA
GA
GA
GA
GA
GA
GA
GA
GA
GA
GA
GA
GA
GA
GA
GA
GA
GA
GA
GA
GA
GA
GA
GA
GA
GA

GA
GA
GA
GA
GA
GA
GA
GA
GA

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926168
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278543
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21526
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21321
146964
75330
21753
35212
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82754
26738
18976
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64642
35745
18316
25864
55176
17979
136720
28148
112636
29307
41614
34085
18540
66877
80913
2009940
208650
10154 7
25232
26793
37306

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121
VLTCSH

794
15690
7854
3479
8019
2430
6488
372
338
1383
l B94
465
625
691
772
411
3030
2486
268
463
302

1441
495
329
1252
1682
778
424
429
541
281
H27
335
3504
409
418
409
511
1451
2410
27929
5138
1990
593
393
712

131
1911
REQBAL
5680
796H
28888
15671
50785
2430
8644
689
548
2400
1844
2389
566
1691
392
705
5361
1817
840
1054
407
3745
778
b62
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1369
869
359
736
2026
604
3993
1034
3884
989
2110
1342
520
2165
2090
101110
6~37
4232
590
847
965

141
NEW
EPA
3893
5262
5222
4857
5214
909
5183
0
0
869
501
869
0
•59
0
0
3518
193
0
0
0
1868
0
0
2H7
2U
0
0
0

619
0
2002
0
1342
0
711

13
0
577
491
5204
4872
2228
0
0
0

151
NEW
REQBAL
0
50645
16597
6377
33546
0
1061
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

62541
0
0
0
0
0

161
Dlf
131-151
5680
29029
12291
9294
17239
2430
1577
689
548
2400
1844
2389
566
1691
392
705
5361
l 817
840
1054
407
3745
778
662
4038
1369
869
359
736
2026
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3993
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2165
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6133410
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FIRST NAT BK £ TR CO
FIRST NAT BANK IN WAYCROSS
BAl'IK OF WAYNESBORO
FIRST NAT BK OF WEST POINT

LOCATION
VIDALIA
WAYCROSS
WAYNESBORO
WEST POINT

53 BANKS AFFECTED IN STATE

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12150032 BANK OF HONOLULU-NA
12150067 HAWAII NATIONAL BANK
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GA
GA

HI
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1830
2"756
23790
30368

379
419
393
559

131
1977
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504
940
698
1123

141
NEW
EPA

151
NEIi
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0
0
0
0

0
0
0

161
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131-151

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940
698
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0
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757
2460

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23585
32007
0
0
0
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9378
764
12372
15757
701
920
3515
1677

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HAYE NO REQUAED RESERVE BALANCE

HONOLULU
HONOLULU

2 BANKS AFFECT ED IN STATE

111
TDEP

2"728
106783

368
3332

757
2460

0
812

•

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HAVE NO REQUAED RESERVE BALANCE

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12160045
12160060
12160070
12160100
12160210
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CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK OF IDBDI SE
FIRST SEC BK OF I0AH0 NA
BOISE
IDAH0 f IRST NATIONAL BANK
BOISE
FARMERS NATL BK DF BUHL
BUHL
IDAHO STATE BANK
GLENNS FERRY
TWIN FALLS 8A~K AND TR CO
TWIN FALLS
FIRST NB OF NORTH IDAH0
WALLACE
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ID
ID
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876708
1151651
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28187
78546
41567

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8369
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182
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764
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53764
701
920
3515
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5003
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0
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348

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HAYE NO REQURED RESERVE BALANCE

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7170120
8170130
8170150
7170170
8170190
7110220

CITIZENS NAT BK DF ALBION
NATIONAL BANK OF ALEDO
FAR~ERS STATE UNK Of ALPHA
FIRST NAT BK IN ALTAH0NT
FIRST NAT BK AND· TR CO
FIRST NAT BK IN AMBOY
AN~A NATIONAL BANK
FIRST NAT BANK OF ANTIOCH

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167
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156
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252
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3052
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132
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FIRST NAT BANK OF ARCOLA

LOCATION

ARCOLA

FIRST ARLINGTON NAT BK
ARLINGTON HEIGHTS
STATE BANK OF ARTHUR
ARTHUR
AURO•A ~ATIONAL BANK
AURORA
MERCHANTS NAT BK OF AURORA AURORA
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BATAVIA
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BEAR0STCWN
BELLEVILLE NAT SVGS BK
BELLEVILLE
FIRST NAT BK Of BELLEVILLE BELLEVILLE
BELVIDERE NAT BK & TRUST CO BELVIDERE
BER.iYN NATIONAL BANK
BERWYN
C0MSER ICAL NO OF BER WY~
BERWYN
A~rnlCA~ STATE BANK
BLOOM I NG TON
NATIONAL BANK OF BLOOMINGTONBL0O•INGTON
PEOPLES BANK OF BLOOMINGTON BLOOMINGTON
FIRST NB OF BLUE ISLAND
BLUE I SL AND
SANK Of BLUFFS
BLUFFS
STATE PAN~ Of BREESE
BREESE
FIRST NAT BK OF BRIDGEPORT
BRIDGEPORT
FIRST NAT BK OF BROOKFIELD BROOKFIELD
BUFFALO GROVE NATIONAL BANK BUFFALO GROVE
NA Tl 0NAL BANK OF CANTON
CANTON
FIRST NB t TR CO
CARBONDALE
CARLINVILLE NATlmlAL BANK
CARLINVILLE
FARSERS ANO MERCHANTS NAT BKCARLINVILLE
FIRST NAT BK IN CARLYLE
CARLYLE
FIRST NAT BK OF CARMI
CARMI
NATIONAL BANK Of CARMI
CARHI
GREENE COUNTY NATIONAL BANK CARROLLTON
CASEY NATIONAL BANK
CASEY
FIRST NATIONAL BA~K & TR co CENTRALIA
OLD NAT BK OF CENTRALIA
CENTRAL IA
AMERICAN NB Of CHAMPAIGN
CHAMPAIGN
CHAMPAIGN NATIONAL BANK
CHAMPAIGN
FIRST NAT BK IN CHAMPAIGN
CHAMPAIGN
CHA~LESTON NATIONAL DANK
CHARLESTON
COLES COUNTY NAT BANK
CHARLESTON
NATIONAL BANK OF CHENOA
CHENOA
BUENA VI STA NB OF CHESTER
CHESTER
FIRST NAT BK IN CHESTER
CHESTER
ALBANY BANK & TRUST CO NA
CHICAGO
AMERICAN NAT BANK ANO TRUST CHICAGO
ARCHER NATIONAL BANK
CHICAGO

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IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
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IL
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IL
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IL
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IL
IL
IL
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IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
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2843
1953
3282
553
490
348
494
232
1602
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957
845
1115
798
647
825
1730
2197
623
2988
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2269
521
599
960
669
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586

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1301
616
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BANK OF COMMERCE & INDUSTRY CHICAGO
BELMONT NAT BK OF CHICAGO
CHICAGO
CENrRAL NAT BK IN CHICAGO
CHICAGO
Cl TIZENS NAT BK OF CHICAGO CHICAGO
COLUMBIA NH BK OF CHICAGO CHICAGO
CHI UGO
COH-ERC IAL NB Of CHICAGO
CNrNENTL IL NStTC OF CHICAGOCHICAGO
COS.SOPOLITAN NS Of CHICAGO CHICAGO
DEVON BANK
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OISTRICT NAT BK Of CHICAGO CHICAGO
DREXEL NATL SANK
CHICAGO
DROVERS NAT BK OF CHIUGO
CHICAGO
EXCHANGE NAT BK OF CHICAGO CHICAGO
CHICAGO
FIRST COSHERCIAL BA>IK
FIRST NATL BANK Of CHICAGO CHICAGO
HARRIS TRUST ANQ SAVINGS SK CHICAGO
CHICAGO
LAKE SHORE NATIONAL SANK
LAKE VIEW rRusr & SVGS BANK CHICAGO
CIHCAGO
LA SALLE NATIONAL BANK
LINCOLN NATIONAL 8ANK
CHICAGO
CHICAGO
HAIN BANK Of CHICAGO
CHICAGO
HARJUErTE NATIONAL BANK
CHICAGO
MERCANTILE NB OF CHICAGO
CHICAGO
HERC HANOI SE NB OF CHICAGO
SICHIGAN AVE NB Of CHICAGO CHICAGO
CHICAGO
MIO AMERICA NB Of CHICAGO
CHICAGO
MIO ClrY NB OF CHICAGO
NATIONAL BANK Of AUSflN
CHICAGO
CHICAGO
NAT BLVD BK OF CHICAGO
NAr REPUBLIC BK UF CHICAGO CHICAGO
NAr SE CUR !TY BK OF CHICAGO CHICAGO
CHICAGO
NORTHERN rRUSr ccsPANY
CHICAGO
NORTH SHORE tlB OF Cl<ICAGO
NORfHWEST NB OF CHICAGO
CHICAGO
0 HARE INTEP.NATIOt/AL BK NA CHICAGO
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PARK NAr BK OF CHICAGO
SEARS BANK ANO rRUST CO
CHICAGO
CHICAGO
SEASAY NAr BK OF CHICAGO
CHICAGO
SOUTH SHORE NB Of CHICAGO
CHICAGO
SOUTH SIDE BANK
CHICAGO
STEEL CI TY NB Of CHICAGO
CHICAGO
UNl·JN NAr BK Of CHICAGO
UNIVERSITY NArlONAL BANK
CHICAGO
CHICAGO
UPTOWN NAT BK Of CHICAGO
CHICAGO HEIGHTS
CHICAGO Hrs NATIONAL BANK
FIRST NB IN CHICAGO Hrs
CHICAGO HEIGHTS

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IL
IL
IL
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NAME

LOCATION

FIRST NAT BK Of CHRI SHAN
CHRI SHAN
FIRST NAT BK Of CICERO
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CICERO
WESTERN NATIONAL BAM OF
FIRST NAT BK t TR CO
CLINTON
COAL CITY
FIRST NAT BK OF COAL CITY
F !OST NAT BK OF COLLINSVILLECOLLINSVILLE
COLUMBIA
FIRST NAT BK IN COLU~BIA
COLUMBIA
MONROE NAT 6K Of COLUHBIA
flRST NATIONAL BANK
CRYSTAL LAKE
DANVILLE
FIRST NAT BK OF DANVILLE
PAL,SER AMERICAN NATIONAL BK DANVILLE
OANV ILLE
SECOND NB OF DANVILLE
DECATUR
CITIZENS N4T BK OF DECATUR
FIRST NAT BK '(Jf DECATUR
DECATUR
MILLIKIN NAT BK OF DECATUR
DECATUR
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
DEERFIELD
OE KALB
OE KALB BANK
OE KALB
FIRST NAT BK IN OE KALB
TAZEWELL COUNTY NATIONAL BK DELAVAN
DES PLAINES NATIONAL BANK
DES PLAINES
FIRST NB OF DES PLAINES
□ ES PLAINES
CITY NATIONAL BK t JR CO
DIXON
01 XON NATIONAL BAIIK
DIXON
DOLTON
FIRST NATIONAL BANK IN
CITIZENS NB Cf OOoNERS GRVE OCWNE RS GROVE
oow ...,,ERS GROVE NATIONAL BANK OCWNERS GROVE
OU QUOIN NATIONAL BANK
OU QUOIN
OU QUOIN STAIE BANK
OU QUOIN
FIRST NAT BK OF DWIGHT
DWIGHT
NAT BK OF EARLVILLE
EARLVILLE
FIRST NB IN EAST PEORIA
EAST PEORIA
EAST ST LOUIS
FIRST NB AT EAST SJ LOUIS
EDWARDSVILLE
BANK OF EDWARDSVILLE
EDWARDSVILLE NO t TR CO
EDWARDSVILLE
EFFl~GHAH STATE BANK
HF INGHAM
FIRST NAT BK Of EFFINGHAM
EFF INGHAH
ELG I~ NATIONAL BANK
ELGIN
FIRST NAT DK OF ELGIN
ELGIN
UN I~-~ NATIONAL BK ANO TR
ELGIN
ELMHURST NATIONAL BA~K
ELHHURS T
FIRST NATIONAL BK ANO TR
EVANSTON
EVANSTON
NAT BK OF N EVANSTON
STATE NAT BANK
EVANSTON
FIRST NB OF EVERGREEN PK
EVERGREEN PARK
NAT BK OF FAIRBURY
FAIRBURY
FAIRFIELD NATIONAL BANK
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732
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388
505
499
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333
275
331
89
554
930
400
639
504
494
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529
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229
1932
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239
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585
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1648
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6916
7600
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2011

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NEW
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151
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0

585

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1999
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LA SALLE STATE BA"IK
LA SALLE
LAWRENCEVILLE NATIONAL BANK LAWRENCEVILLE
PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK
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LIBERTYVILLE NATIONAL BANK LIBERTYVILLE
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flkST NAT BK Of LITCHFIELD LITCHFIELD
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FIRST NATIONAL BANK
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MCHENRY STATE BANK
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MC LEANS80RO
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MADI SON
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FIRST NB OF ,SANHAJTAN
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HRST tlAT BK OF HARi SSA
DUL ANEY NAT BK OF HAR SHALL
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FIRST NAT BK IN MASCOUTAH
MASON CITY
MASON CITY NATIONAL BANK
CENTRAL NB OF MATTOON
MATTOON
MATTOON
FIP.ST NATIONAL BANK
F (RST NB Of HAYWOOD
HA'f'WOOO
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MELQ.OSE PARK NATIONAL BANK
MENDOTA
NHL BANK OF HENOOJA
METAMORA
FIRST NB Of ME TAHORA
,SEIROPOLIS
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NA f STA TE BK OF MEI kOPOLI S HETROPOLI S
FIRST NAT BK OF Hill STADT
HILL STADT
NCL I NE
FIRST NAT BK OF MOLINE
MOL I NE
MOLINE NATIONAL BANK
HOLi NE
SOUTHEAST NATIO•AL BANK
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NATIONAL BANK
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FIRST N4T BK OF MURPHYSBORO MURPHYSBORO
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NAPERVILLE NAT BK t TR CO
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FIRST NB OF NASHVILLE
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FIRST NB OF NILES ILLINOIS NILES
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FIRST NAT BANK OF NOKOMIS
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FIR ST NB OF NORTHBROOK
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NAT BK OF NORTH CHICAGO
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FS T NB t TR CO OF OAK BROOK OAK BROOK
FIRST NB OF OAK LAWN
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FIRST NAT BK Of OFALLON
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FIRST NAT· BK OF OGDEN
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FIRST NATWNAL BANK OF PANA PANA
C(.TIZENS NAT BK OF PARIS
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FAR~ERS HRCH NB OF PAXTON
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FIRST NATL BANK IN PAXTON
PAXTON
FIRST NB A~O TR CO Of PEKIN PEKIN
HERGET NATL BANK OF PEKIN
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co~~ERICAL NB Of PEORIA
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FIRST NAT BK OF PEORIA
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PROSPECT NB Of P[ORIA
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U~IVERSITY NB OF PEORIA
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FIRST NAT BANK IN PERU
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FIRST NATL BK OF PET.ERSBURG PETERSBURG
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FIRST NB IN Pl~CKNEYVILLE
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FIRST NAT BANK OF PITTSFIELOPITTSFIELD
PLA!rlFIELD NATIONAL BANK
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PGLO NAT IOtlAL BANK
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BROADWAY NAT BK OF QUINCY

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IL
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IL
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IL
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IL
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42585
23865
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16035
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31403
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21554
32895
31624
17532
41393
36563
74948
24957
40056

121
VL TCSH
461
1608
284
1258
236
194
326
686
707
111
494
326
456
118
697
2548
152
453
120
385
4 l',
851
668
256

813
1567
251
181
1581
1286
7732
1706

613

141
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991
223
669
2130
468
651
973
2766
1407
695
1772
1170
676
1197
3423
7560
961

0
0
0
103
0
0
0
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134
0
436
280
0
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0
0
0
0
0
0
0
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100
504
1686
441
2917
1066
1042
2322
153B9
650
820
572
2899
7427
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1009
719
720

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0
0
0
0
0

4996

1576

0
0
0

0
0
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1378
4907
2356

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0
0
0

9
0
0
352
0
1431
0

294

186

962

0
0
0
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174
267
261
335
164
538
412
674
204

1173

69

678
1241
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604
1326
1399
2705
835

0
0
0
0
157
1286
0

426

1469

141

785
583

151
NEW

131
1977
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94

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

161
DIF
131-151
991
223
669
2130
468
651
973
2766
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695
1772
1170
676
1197
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504
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2917
1066
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2322
7813
650
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2899
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NAHE

HUNOELE IN
FIRST NB OF HUNOELEIN
CITY NAT BK OF HURPHYSSORO MURPHYSBORO
FIRST NAT BK OF MURPHYSBORO MURPHYSBORO
NAPERVILLE
NAPERVILLE NAT BK & TR CO
FARMERS ANO MERCHANTS NAT 8KNASHVILLE
817561jQ FIRST NS OF NASHVILLE
NASHVILLE
8175710 FIRST NAT BK IN N~WTON
NEWTON
l l 75795 FIRST NS OF NILES ILLINOIS NILES
71 75197 ~rJLF Hill STA.TE BANK
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Bl 75~00 FIRST NAT BANK OF NOKOMIS
NOKOHI S
NOR HAL
7175810 FIRST NAT BK OF NORMAL
NORTHBROOK
7175833 FIRST IIB OF NORTHBROOK
Tl 75840 NAT BK OF NORTH CHICAGO
NORTH CHICAGO
7175847 FS T NB t TR CO OF OAK BROOK OAK BROOK
OAKlAWN
7175865 FIRST NB OF OAK LAWN
OAK PARK
7175•Jo OAK PARK TR ANO SVG BK
8175930 FIRST NAT BAf<K OF OBLONG
OBLONG
0 f ALLON
8175940 FIRST NAT BK OF O FALLON
7175950 FIRST NAT BK OF OGOEN
OGDEN
OlNEY
8176000 FIRST NAT BANK IN OLNEY
OREGON
7176070 UNITED SK OF OGLE CTY NA
OTTAWA
7176110 FIRST NAT SK OF OTTAWA
PALATINE
7116120 PALATINE NATIONAL BANK
7176160 FIRST NATIONAL BA'll< OF PANA PANA
PARIS
7176170 CITIZENS NAT BK OF PARIS
7176190 CITIZENS BANK ANO TRUST CO PARK RIDGE
PAXTON
7176230 FAR.SERS HRCH NB OF PAXTON
PAXTON
7176240 FIRST NATL BANK IN PAXTON
7176260 FIRST NB ANO TR CO Of PEKIN PEKIN
PEKIN
7176270 HERGET NATL BANK Of PEKIN
PEORIA
71762"0 COH•ERICAL NB OF PEORIA
PEORIA
7176300 FIRST NAT BK OF PEORIA
PEORIA
7176315 PROSPECT Na OF PEORIA
PEORIA
7116325 UtllVERSlTY liB Of PrnRIA
Pl RU
7176340 FIRST NAT BANK IN PERU
7176350 FIRST NATL BK Of PETER5aURG PETERSBURG
7176360 NATIONAL BANK OF PUERSBURG PETERSBURG
PlllCKNEYVILLE
8176380 FIRST NB IN PINCKNEYVILLE
el76420 FIRST NAT BANK OF PITTSFIELOPITTSFIElO
PLAINFIELD
7176430 PlAINflHO NATIONAL BANK
POLO
7176490 PGLO NAT IOtlAL BANI<
POtll IAC
7176500 BAN< Cf PONTIAC
PONT !AC
1176510 PONTIAC NATIONAL BAtlK
PRINCETON
7176550 CTNS FST NB CF PRINCETON
PROPHETSTOWN
7l 16570 FAR SERS NB OF PROPHETSTWN
QUINCY
8176585 BROADWAY NAT BK Of QUINCY

7!75600
8175610
8175620
ll 75630
8175640

TOEP

LOCATION
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IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
ll
IL
IL
ll
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL

35164
H585
23865
69299
16035
l9H3
31403
86186
52'54
18134
42470
35284
25762
27761
8H50
209041
25387
29345
15361
39601
19280
64813
3 7362
31111
54350
354353
22270
22695
44427
82524
302990
113975
3 7867
35617
30289
26396
31300
21554
32895
31624
175 32
41393
36563
74948
24957
40056

121
Vl TCSH
461
1608
284

1258
236
194
326
686
707
111
494
326
456
118
697
2548
152
453
120
385
414
851
668
256
813
1567
251
181
1581
1286
7732
1706
613
785
583
186
lJI.
267
261
335
164
538
412
674
204
426

l/17179

131
1977
REQBAL
991
223
669
2130
468
651
973
2766
1407
695
1772
1170
676
ll97
H23
7560
961
700
504
1686
441
2917
1066
1042
2322
153 89,
650
820
572
2899

1 ♦1

NEW

EPA
0
0
0
703
0
0
0
1677

9
0
0
352
0
1431
0
294
1054

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1108
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

4996

7576

0
0
0

0

lH
0
436
280
0
75
1968

4841

1378

1421

4907

4112
1009
719

2356
0
0

120
962
1173
618
IHI
1109
604
1326
1399
2705
835
1469

151

NEW
REQBAL

0
0

69
0
0
0
0

94
157

1286
0
141

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

161
OIF
131-151
991
223
669
2130
468
651

973
2766
U07
695
1772
1170
676
l l 97
3423
6452
961
700
504
1686
441
2917
1066
1042
2322
7813
650
820
572
2899
7427
HI2
1009
119
720
962
1173
678
1241
1109
604
1326
1399
2105
835
1469

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1176650
8176680
8176690
7176770
8176810
7176820
7176845
7176850
7176855
7176857
7176860
7176865
7176871
7176875
7176R90
7176950
71709'0
7l7bS70
8177010
7177090
7177105
8177140
7177160
7177170
7177220
7177255
8177210
71773~0
7177110
7177320
8171350
8177360
7177H0
7177380
71 71400
7177410
7177440
7177450
717747C
7177490
7177507
7177610
7177700
7177710
7177730
8177760

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NAME

LOCATION

FIRST NAT BK OF RANTOUL
RANTOUL
RAYMOND
FIRST NAT BK OF RAYMOND
FIRST NAT BK OF RED BUD
RED BUD
RIVERSIDE NATIONAL BANK
RIVERSIOE
SECOND NAT BK OF ROBINSON
ROBINSON
ROCHELLE
FIRST NB & TC OF ROCHELLE
ROCK FALLS NATIONAL BANK
ROCK FALLS
ASERl(AN NAT BK AND TR CO
ROCKFORD
CITY NB & TR CO Of ROCKFORD RCCKFORD
FIRST NR & TR CO Of R0CKF0RDROCKFORD
ROCKFORD
ILLINOIS NB & TR CO
NO~ rn TOWNE NB OF ROCKFORD RCCKF0RD
UNITED BK OF ILLINOIS NA
ROCKFORD
FIRST NB OF ROCK ISLAND
ROCK ISLAND
ROCK ISLAND BANK
ROCK I SL AND
RUSHVILLE STATE BANK
RUSHVILLE
ST CHARLES
ST CHARLES NATIONAL BANK
ST CHARLES
STATE BANK OF ST CHARLES
SALEM NATIONAL BANK
SALEH
NATIONAL BANK OF SAVANNA
SAVANNA
FIRST NB OF SCHILLER PK
SCHILLER PARK
FIRST NAT BK IN SHA•~EE TOWNSHAWNEE TOWN
SHELBYVILLE
SrlELBY COU~TY STATE BANK
SHELBYVILLE
S~ELBY LOAN ANO TRUSt CO
SKOK I e
FIRST NAT BK OF SKOKIE
ASERICAN NATIONAL BANK
SO CHICAGO HEIGHT
SPART A
FIRST NAT BK OF SPARTA
FIRST NB OF SPRINGFIELD
SPRINGFIELD
SPRINGFIELD
ILLINOIS Na OF SPRNGFLD
SPRINGFIELD
SPRINGFIELD MARINE BANK
STAUNTON
FIRST NAT BK IN STAUNTON
FIRST NAT BK OF STEELEVILLE STEELEVILLE
STERLING
CE~TRAL NB OF STERLING
FIRST NB OF STERLING
STERLING
STILLMAN VALLEY NATIONAL BK STILLMAN VALLEY
FIRST NB OF STOCKTON
STOCKTON
STREATOR
STREATOR NATIONAL BANK
STREATOR
UNION NB OF STREATOR
FIRST NB OF SULLIVAN
SULLIVAN
NAT BK & TR CO OF SYCAMORE
SYCAMORE
FIRST NB IN TAYLCRVILLE
TAYLORVILLE
FIRST NB IN TOLEDO
TCLEDO
TUSCOLA
FIRST NAT BANK & TRUST CO
TUSCOLA NATIONAL BANK
TUSCOLA
URBANA
BUSEY FIRST NATIONAL BANK
FRMRS t HRCHT BK OF VANDALIAVAN0ALIA

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IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL

IL
IL
IL
IL
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IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL

IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL

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l / 17/19

111
TDEP

121
VLTCSH

23562
26012
22349
40404
33764
45432
25882
17673{,
86677
175615
IH90I
17613
82558
144181
87172
20188
22307
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55717
22285
20834
15055
21112
20375
22',869
41098
15 532
207648
192335
313182
26252
33642
75941
57153

694

21211
144Q0
62746
56245
20397
6D5l 9
2D760
20904
18841
28857
10123 7
25519

114
133
590
318
537
538
2041
1837
2258
1071
459
1394
1927
1946
102
457
472
646
254
196
160
138
283
1154
408
369
1790
3882
3551
448
216
1073
546
148
131
988
818
293
M9
295
135
178
336
1005
127

131
l'lll
RE0BAL

10
NEW
EPA

511
B87
818
1193
1204
lH3
567
6419
2255
6350
8252
25B
2253
4178
2D 18
975
551
1820
2109
583
791
386
962
H2
8725
1347
285
8141
4697
10866
181
1195
2731
1766
863
463
1837
1803
675

0
68
0
0
0
272
0
4187
1115
4409
5032
0
887
2385
384
0
0
546
677
0
0
0
0
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2311
616
781
556
925
3866
1038

4290
319
0

4960
3007
4905
0
394
1156

494
154
0
188
482

0
1054
0
0

0
0
2369
0

151
NEW
REQBAL
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

55
0
0
1163
0
0
0
0
0

a

0
0
0
0
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0
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0
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2988
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0
0
0
0
0
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0
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0
0
0
0
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161
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511
887
818
1193
1204
IH3
567
6364
2255
6350
7089
258
2253
4178
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551
1820
2109
583
791
386
962

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5910
1347
285
7207
4697

1818
781
1195
2731
1766
863
463
l837
1803
675
2311
616
78 I
556
925
3866
1038

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DSB
8177770
1177850
1177860
717HIO

1111q,o
8178000
7178035
71780'7
7178040
7178050
8178070
7178120
7178140
7178180
7178260
71783,10
8178350
7178360
717B430
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111
TDEP

LOCATION

FIRST NAT BK OF VANDALi A
VANDALIA
VILLA GROVE STATE BANK
VILLA GROVE
VILLA PARK TR t SVGS 8K
VILLA PARK
WALNUT
CITIZENS FIRST STATE SANK
WASHINGTON
FIRST N.\TIONAL 'BANK
FIRST NAT BK OF kATERLDO
WATERLOO
WAUCONDA
WAUCONDA NATIONAL BANK
AMERICAN NBtTC Of WAUKEGAN WAUKEGAN
CITIZENS NHL BK OF WAUKEGANWAUKEGAN
fl~ST NAT BANK Of WAUKEGAN WAUKEGAN
FIPST NAT ~K CF WAYNE CITY
WAYNE CI TY
FIRST NATIONAL 8AIIK
WtST CHICAGO
FIRST NB OF WESTERN SPRINGS WESTERN SPRINGS
FIRST NS OF WESTVILLE
WESTVILLE
FIRST NB OF WILMINGTON
WILMINGTON
FIRST NAT BK OF WINNETKA
WltlNETKA
FIRST NAT BK OF SOOD RIVER
WCGO RI VER
FIRST NB OF WOODSTOCK
WOODSTOCK
YORKVILLE
YORKVILLE NATIONAL SANK
349 BANKS AFFECTED IN STATE

136
182

IL
IL
IL
IL
IL

IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL

IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL

IL
IL

1/17/19

121
VL TCSH

131
1971

151

141

REQBAL

NEW
EPA

NEW
REQBAL

161
Dlf
131-151

40562
15589

445

1485

360

0

1485

156

503

46372
20936
21424
23694
31091
65292
13511

131

1454

0
421

0
0

1454

230
332
162
275
612
2223
1808
152
268
482
232
348
371
760
371
413

518

0

679
735
948
2212

0
122
122
1109

0
0
0
0

1814

144

621
936
716
1265
315

0
0
0

49868
25665
23073
37575
14617
26014
69928
49446
49176
31126

113
2820
IHO
1894
930

46
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

It.OB
417
694

0

0

0

503
578
679
735
948
2212
1814
621
936
716
1265
315
773
2820

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7180100
7180120
7180140
7180150
7180160
7180160
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7180310
71A03l0
7180310
7180385
71804?.0
8180445
7180460
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FIRST NB OF MADISON CTY
FIRST NAT BK OF ANGOLA
CENTRAL NAT BK ANO TRUST co
AUBURN STATE BANK
CITY NATL BANK OF AUBURN
FIRST NATL BANK Of AURORA
co~"UNITY STATE BANK
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FIRST BANK Of BERNE
BLOOSINGTON NATIO~AL BANK
F JRST NB OF 8L00,'1INGTON
OLO FIRST NB IN BLUFFTON
WARRICK NATICNAl BANK
FIRST STATE BANK
RIDDELL NAT BK OF BRAZIL
FPANKLIN COUNTY NATIONAL BK

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ANDERSON
ANGOLA
ATTICA
AUBURN
AUBURN
AURORA
AVILLA
BEOFORO
BEDFORD
BENTONVILLE
BERNE
BLOOMINGTON
BLOO~INGTON
BLUFFTON
BOONVILLE
BOURBON
BRAZIL
BROOK VI LlE

IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
IN
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15284
51806
29687
27239
33245
23451
29246
17816
58118
62784
17044
51533
22095

104
1051
439

546
1186

0

0
0
0
0
0
0

0

0

1494
752
3109

0
0
600
0
307
0
805

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

806

0
0
0
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151

659

348
247
512
198
1261
921
258
343

1432
826
860

153

429

342

1124

1881
374

100101

3187

52621
37100
24214
62828
32627

564

1779

HI

395
128
541
214

1723
806
2141

308

1111

64
518
107

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546
1186
806

659
1432
826
860

429
1124
1881
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1494
752
3109
1779
1723
806
2141
1117

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NAME

111
TDEP

LOCATION

l/17/79

121
VL TCSH

131

HI

151

1977

NEW
EPA

NEW
REQBAL

REQBAL
7180540
7180555
7180610
7180630
8180660
8180710
7180720
7180790
7180810
71'0820
7180830
7180850
7180860
7190880
7180950
7180990
7181040

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7181090
7151140
7181190
8181260
7181270
8181280
8181330
8181350
7181370
7181410
7181460
7181470
7181570
8181585
7181600
7181615
7181620
7181690
11e 1110
7181720
7181790
7181630
7181850
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FAYETTE BANK ANO TRUST co
FIRST FARMERS NATIONAL BANK
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FIRST NB OF EAST CHICAGO
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BRIGHT NAT BK AT FLORA
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LINCOLN NB t TC Of FT WAYNE
FIRST NB OF FREMONT
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355
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1/17179

121
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131
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7162040
7182080
7182085
7182220
7182215
7182290
7182305
7182370
7182410
7182460
8182490
7182530
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7182650
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7102810
8182840
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7183000
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7183320
7183410
8183560
8183570
7183580
7183590
7183630
7183650
8183680
7183110
7183710
7183150
7183780
71837SO
7183850
7183880
7183900
718 3910
7183935
8183950

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1236604

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977772
23383
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79315
153125
185515
72696
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107
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321
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81839•5
81840)0
8184010
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364
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396
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121
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7182080
7182085
7182220
718223 5
7182200
7182305
7182370
7182410
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6182490
7182530
7192560
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7182650

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7102810
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7183410
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8183680
7183710
7183730
7183750
7183780
7183740
7183850
7183880
7183')00
7183910
7183S35
8183950

INDIANA NATIONAL BANK
I NDIANAPOll S
M•CH NB G TRCO OF INOAPOLIS INDIANAPOLIS
MIDWEST NATIONAL BANK
INDIANAPOLIS
FIRST NB OF KNIGHTSTWN
KNIGHTSTO•N
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
KOKOMO
LAF4YETTE NATIONAL BANK
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PURDUE NB OF LAFAYETTE
LA FAYETTE
FIRST NB C TRCO OF LA PORTE LA PORTE
PEOPLES NB OF LAWRENCEBURG LAWRENCEBURG
UNION CTY NB OF LIBERTY
LI BER TY
LI NT GN
CITIZENS NAT BK OF LINTON
NAT I ONAL BANK OF lOGA~SPORT LOGANSPORT
lOh'Ell NATIONAL BANK
LOWELL
CITIZENS NAT BK CF GRANT CTYMAR I ON
FIRST NAT BK IN MARION
MARI ON
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HAR ION
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
HART INS VILLE
FIRST MERCHANTS NATIONAL BK MICHIGAN CITY
FIRST NB Of MISHAWAKA
MISHAWAKA
FIRST NAT BK OF MITCHELL
MITCHELL
FIRST NAT I ONAL BANK
MONT !CELLO
POSEY COUNTY NATIOfJAL BANK HGUNT VERNON
HUNC IE
AMERICAN NB L TC OF MUNCIE
HUNC IE
MERCHANTS NB OF MUNCIE
FIRST NB IN NEW CASTLE
NEli CASTLE
AMERICAN NB OF NOBLESVILLE NOBLESVILLE
FIRST NB Of NORTH VERNON
NORTH VERNON
GSGOOO
RIPLEY COUNTY BANK
Cl THENS ST BK OF .PETERSBURGPETERSBURG
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REMINGTON
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RICH.MONO
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ROCHESTER
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ROCKVILLE NATIONAL DANK
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RUSHVILLE NATIO~AL BANK
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ST ATE BANK OF SALEH
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IN

1236604

34602

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977772
23383
16624
79315
153125
185515
72696
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HUTCHINSON NAT BK E TR
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10203360 FIRST NAT BK OF LIOERAL
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10203370 PEOPLES NAT BK OF LI BER AL
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10203680 FIRST NB OF MANHATTAN
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10206060 UNION NAT BK OF WICHITA
10206110 f IRST NAT BK OF WINFIELD
OF

LOCATION

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FIRST NB OF CARLISLE
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FIRST NB t TR CD OF CORBIN CORBIN
CITIZENS NB OF COVINGTOII
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FORT KNOX NA Tl ONAL BANK
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STATE NB OF FRANKrnRT
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LINCOLN NB OF HOOGENV ILLE
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CITIZENS UNION NATIONAL BANKLEXINGTON
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314
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8212060
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8213260
4213420
4213440
4213500
4213835
4213870
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1/17179

BENEFIT TO BANKS COVERED BY MODIFIED H.R. 7

LOCATION

FIRST NB IN LONDON
LONDON
FIRST NB Of LOUISA
LOUISA
CTZ FIDELITY BK & TR CD
LOUISVILLE
FIRST KENTUCKY TRUST COMPANVLOUISVILLE
FIRST NB OF LOUISVILLE
LOUISVILLE
LIBERTY NB & TR CO
LOUISVILLE
LOUISVILLE TRUST BANK INC
LOUISVILLE
FIRST NB OF HAYFIELD
HAYF !ELD
STATE NB OF HAYS~ILLE
MAYSVILLE
NATIONAL BANK
Ml DOLE SBORO
MORGANFIELD NATIONAL BANK
MORGANF IELO
"tNTGMRY N8 OF HT STERLING
MOUNT STERLING
HT STERLING NATIONAL BANK
MOUNT STERLING
TRADERS NB OF HT STERLl~G
MOUNT S TERLIIIG
A~ER ICAN NS OF ·NEWPORT
NEWPORT
tlE WPORT NATIONAL BANK
NEWPORT
FIRST NATIONAL BANK & TR CO NICHOLASVILLE
OWENSBORO NATIONAL BANK
OWENSBORO
PPL I ST NB&TR CO OF PADUCAH PADUCAH
CITIZENS NB OF PAINTSVILLE PAINTSVILLE
FIRST NB OF PAINTSVILLE
PAINTSVILLE
PEOPLES OEPOSIT BANK & TR COPARIS
FIRST NB OF PIKEVILLE
P !KEVILLE
PIKEVILLE NAT BK & TR CO
P !KEVILLE
FIRST NB OF PRESTONSBURG
PRESTONSBURG
MADI SON NB OF R ICHMONO
RICHMOND
CITIZENS NB OF RUSSELLVILLE RUSSELLVILLE
FARSERS NB OF SCOTTSVILLE
SCOTTSVILLE
CITIZENS NB OF SCHERSET
SOMERSET
FIRST AND FARMERS NATL BANK SOMERSET
LINCOLN COUNTY NATIOHAL BANKSTANFORO
FAR~ERS NB OF WILL IA"SBURG WILLI AH SBURG
CLARK CTY NB OF WINCHESTER WINCHESTER
68 BANKS AFFECTED IN STATE

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KY
KY
KY
KY
KY
KY
KY
KY
KY
KY
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KY
KY
KY
KY
KY
KY
KY
KY
KY
KY
KY
KY
KY
KY
KY
KY
KY
KY
KY
KY
KY

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121
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30877
21632
903969
31687
980452
520314
223918
25362
38397
36213
32250
18449
30486
26561
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40039
32069
116356
98533
46131
36364
20362
99392
162520
68036
40392
29868
25815
42993
93428
16246
40403
35250

341
12497
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11635
6452
1882
464
508
722
387
317
338
652
678
1333
301
1873
2788
484
642
240
1971
2491
1011
249
483
279
551
2094
356
458
352

394

131
1977
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1258
692
45417
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44822
24H9
11871

836
1429
972

986
546

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536
40
789
1390
5283
2626
1786
978
778
3045
6883
2572
1825
904
1050
1458
2389
760
1190
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141
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5288
579
4966
5300
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48
0
0
0
0
0
0
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120
3181
583
290
0
0
766
5115
1039
390
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0
60
235
0
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151
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0
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30126
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28785
14222
3847
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0
0
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0
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0
0
0
0
0
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161
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1258
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15291
1880
16037
10327
8024
836
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6220040
6220050
6220D55
6220060

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ABBEVILLE
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ST BERNARD BANK AIID TRUST COARABI

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5353
1421
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DSB
11220070
11220083
6220090
6220100
6220110
6220155
II220lb5
6220281
6220300
11220310
6220315
6220340
6220350
6220435
6220460
6220480

l/17/79

BENEFIT TO BANKS COVERED BY HOOi F JED H.R. 7

MEMBER BANKS

NAME
FIRST NAT BK IN ARCADIA
BASTROP NATIONAL BANK
CITY NB OF BATON ROUGE
FIDELITY NB Of BATON ROUGE
LA NAT BANK Cf BATON ROUGE
PARISH NATIONAL BANK
NAT 8ANK Of BOSSIER CITY
FIRST NATIONAL 8ANK
FIRST NAT BANK Of CROWLEY
FIRST NAT BANK Of DELHI
FIRST NB Of OENHAH SPRINGS
FIRST NAT BK IN DERIDDER
FIRST NB IN DONALDSONVILLE
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
FIRST NB Of JEFFERSON PRSH
CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK

TDEP

LOCATION
ARCADIA
BASTROP
BATON ROUGE
BATON ROUGE
BATON ROUGE
eoGALUSA
BOSSIER CITY
COVING TON
CROWLEY
DELHI
DENHAM SPRINGS
DERIDDER
DONALDSONVILLE
GONZALES
GRETNA
HAMMOND
HOMER

11220520 H0r-1ER NATIONAL BANK
6220540 FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF HOUMAHOUMA

6220570 FIRST NAT BANK OF JEANERETTEJEANERETTE
6220575 NB Of CHMRC IN JffRSN PRSH JEFFERSON PARISH
6220595 JEFF DAVIS BANK ANO TRUST COJENNINGS
LAFAYETTE
6220630 FIRST NB Of LAFAYETTE
LAKE CHARLES
6220650 CALCASIEU MARINE NAT BANK
6220060 FIRST NAT BK Of LAKE CHARLESLAKE CHARLES
LAKE CHARLES
6220670 GULF NB AT LAKE CHARLES
LAKE CHARLES
6220675 LAKE SIDE NATIONAL BANK
LA PLACE
6220695 RIVERLANDS NB IN LA PLACE
ll220160 FIRST NAT SANK IN MANSFIELD MANSFIELD
MINDEN
11220840 MINDEN BANK ANO ~RUST CO
MONROE
II22086C CENTRAL BANK
112206 lu OUACHITA NAT BANK IN MONROE MONROE
MORGAN C ITV
62 2 0890 FIRST NB IN ST HARV PARISH
NEW 18ER IA
6220950 NEW IRERIA NATIONAL BANK
NEW IBERIA
6220960 PEOPLES NB Of NEW IBERIA
6220970 STATE NAT BK Of NEW IBERIA NEW IBERIA
NEW ORLEANS
6220977 CENTURY NB IN NEW ORLEANS
6?2Qq79 BANI( Cf NE'i4 ORLEANS £. TR CO NEW ORLEANS
NEW ORLEANS
6220930 HIBERNIA NB INN ORLEANS
6220981 FIRST NAT BANK Cf COMMERCE NEW ORLEANS
NEW ORLEANS
6221000 NAT AM BK IN NEW ORLEANS
~EW ORLEANS
6221029 WHITNEY NB Of NEW ORLEANS
OPHCUSAS
622\097 FIRST NB Of OPELGUSAS
11221206 FIRST NAT BA~K Of RAYVILLE RAYVILLE
RUSTON
11221240 FIRST NAT BANK Of RUST6'1
ll2213JO cessERCIAL NB IN SHREVEPORT SHREV~PGRT
SHREVEPORT
11221320 FIRST NATIONAL BANK

LA
LA
LA
LA
LA
LA
LA
LA
LA
LA

LA
LA
LA

LA
LA
LA
LA
LA

LA
LA
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LA
LA

LA
LA
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LA
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LA
LA
LA
LA

LA
LA
LA
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LA
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31702
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465449
44029
66268
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29892
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77517
43806
49086
42177
16612
410804
597939
657386
288631
1190725
28647
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42026
402108
399359

121
VL TCSH
258
940
5000
4815
6452
1284
1183
2554
515
196
603
497
408
552
5422
1918
223
1301
641
3882
927
5237
5374

2110
1890
2595

131
1977
REQBAL
616
790
6148
10702
19076
407
1854
2052
1535
583
193
1126

628
674
5961
508
1293
5576
338
4710
590

5574
15590
1307
2525
1532

961

187

448
449
3970
5431
1487
1151
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1029
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6050
8100
2062
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1114
468

977
305
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32218
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6762
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362
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18948
12249

84 78
8094
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409
277
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9144

949

141
NEW
EPA
0
0
3402
5010
5029
0
362
597

468
0
0
0
0
0

H62
0

195
3866
0

2447
0
3532
5570
0
1281

151
NEW
REQBAL
0
0
0
2684
9307
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

346
0
0
0
0

6811

3897

0
0
0
0
0
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1t943

179

948

0
0
0
0
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139
0
0
35

0
0
0
0

5395
5564
6134
3963
5882
0
0
0
5356
5033

161
DIF
131-151
616
790
6148
8018
9769
407
1854
2052
1535
583
193
1126
628
674
5961
508
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338
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590

5574
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0
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BENEFIT TO BANKS COVERED BY MODIFIED H.R. 7

NAME

LOCATION

11221375 SOUTHERN NAT BK AT TALLULAH TALLULAH
6221400 LHOURCHE NB OF. THIBODAUX
THIBODAUX
11221455 F IAST NAT BK OF WEST MONROE WEST MONROE
OF

54 BANKS AFFECTED IN STATE

26

17

LA
LA
LA

BANK Cf HAINE NA
~EACHANTS NB OF BANGOR
MERRILL TRUST COMPANY
FIRST NB OF BAR HARBOR
CA~OEN NATIONAL BANK
F !AST NS OF DAMAR I SCOTT A
LIBERTY NB IN ELLSWORTH
UNION TA CO OF ELLSWORTH

18 BANKS AFFECTED IN STATE

12
5

HE
HE
HE
HE
HE
.HE
HE
HE
ME
HE
ME
HE
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HE
HE
HE
HE
HE

18735
52623
66813

245
955
1470

131
1977
REQBAL

141
NEW
EPA

554
1772

0
412
0

813

ANNAPOLIS BANKING & TRUST COANNAPOLIS
FAR~ER S tlAT BANK Of HARYLAIIOANNAPOLI S
FIRST NAT BK OF MARYLAND
BAL TIHOAE
MARYLAND NATIONAL BANK
BALT IHDRE
UNION TRUST COMPANY OF HD
BAL Tl HORE
ftH NAT BK OF C AHBR I OGE
CAHBR IDGE
NATIONAL SANK OF CAHBAIOGE CAMBA IDGE
CENTREVILLE NAT BANK OF HD CEtHREVlllE
FIRST NBUC Of WESTERN HD
CUMBERLAND

151
NEW
REQ8AL
0
0
0

161
OIF
131-151
554
1772
813

•

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56071
52447
207291
22982
34247
27672
19010
39199
17279
14994
50466
24008
22609
179438
283732
140059
40203
15428

1350
966
3807
689
520
449
358
1224
359
372
886
200
314
5490
6419
222Z
1089
480

1457
1599
6077
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1050
631
641
632
375
2 55
1154

848
604
4012
8993
3856
523
64

181
422
4671
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0
0
0
0
0
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0
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3599
4963
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0
0
D
0
0
0
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0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2150
0
0
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1457
1599
6077
340
1050
631
641
632
315
255
1154
848
604
4012
6843
3856
523
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----------------------5240020
5240040
5240160
5240165
5240280
5240430
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5240470
5240610

121
VL TCSH

---------

AUGUSTA
BANGOR
BANGOR
BAA HARBOR
CAMDEN
DAMAR I SC OTTA
ELLSWORTH
ELLSWORTH
123l1370 FIRSTBAt-AK N A
FARMINGTON
1230390 NE BK NA Of FARMINGTON
FARMlt,GTON
1230400 FIRST NAT BANK OF AROOSTOOK FT FAIRFIELD
1230510 OCEAN NB OF KENNEBUNK
KENNEBUNK
1230650 NORWAY NATIO~AL BANK
NCR WAY
1230690 CANAL NATIONAL BANK
PORTLAND
1230720 ~AINE NATIONAL BANK
PORTLAND
1230760 NORTHERN NATIONAL DANK
PRESQUE ISLE
lZJ0845 NORTHEAST BANK OF SANFORD
SANFORD
1230900 SPRING VALE NATIONAL BANK
SPRINGVALE
OF

Ill
TDEP

HAVE NO EARNINGS PARTICIPATION ACCOUNT OR REQUIRED RESERVE BALANCE
HAVE NO AEQURED RESERVE BALANCE

---------------------1230055
1230110
1230120
1230150
1230300
1230320
1230350
1230360

1117/79

-------------------------------------------HD
HO
HD
HO
HO
HD
HD
HD
HO

66934
89584
1120629
2024830
826287
17297
30801
26287
87093

998
1451
30890
36094
23125
443
318
136
1683

2030
3628
34704
83567
24204
256
934
1024
2773

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0

1849

0

5214

19392

4963
4999

50970
10537

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39
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986

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32597
13667
256
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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

BENEFIT TO BANKS COVERED BY MODIFIED H.R. 7

MEMBER BANKS

Ill
OSB

NAME

524062 0
5240670
5240790
5240820
5240830

5240880
5241055

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52.,l240
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5241330
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5241427
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TOEP

LOCATION

LIBERTY TRUST COMPANY OF HO CUMBERLAND
DENTON NATIONAL BANK
DENTON
FOREST HILL STATE SANK
FORE ST HILL
FORMERS t MECHANICS NAT BANKHEOERICK
FPEOERICK CTY NB OF FRORICK FREDERICK
FROSTBURG NATIONAL BANK
FROS T8URG
CENTRAL NATIONAL SANK Of HD HILLANDALE
LAUREL
CITIZENS NATIGNAL BA:1K
FIRST NB OF ST SARYS
LEONARDTCWN
FIRST NAT SA.r~K OF NORTH EASTNORTH EAST
FIRST NAT BANK OF OAKLAND
OAKL ANO

GARRETT NAT BANK IN OAKLAND OAKLANO
E:AST[RN SHORE NATIONAL BANK
N.\ Tl ONAL BK OF RISING SUN
ST A TE NA Tl ONAL BANK OF MO
UNIVERSITY NATIONAL BANK
SA~OY SPR J NG trn t SVG INST
THUR"tONT BANK
CHESAPEAKE NATIONAL BANK
FIRST NB OF SOUTHERN MO
UNION "B OF WESTMINSTER
w•SHINGTON CTY NAT SVG BK
MOO OR I NE NATIONAL BANK

POCOMOKE C (TY
RISING SUN
ROCKVILLE
ROCKVILLE
SANDY SPRING
THURMONT
TOWSON

UPPER MARLBORO
WEST HI NS TE R
WILL IA,~SPORT
WOOOB INE

32 BANKS AFFECTED IN STATE

13
16

HO
HO
HO
HD
MO
MO
HO
HO
HO
110
HO
HO
MO
110
HO
HO
HO
HD
HO
HO
HO
HO
MO

1/17/79

121
VL TCSH

78056
28113
26692
173491

2988
298
356
4161

850
934
906
4104

32442

364

1012

26201
39420
83698
44543
19267
74332
52429
35015
15287
86054
107336
50580
27527
36423
68502
35852
16558
15135

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1250560
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1250698
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1250840
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1251140

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A~HERST
BARNSTABLE CTY NB Of HYANNI SBARNSTABLE
BEVERLY NATIONAL BANK
BEVERLY
FIRST N~ OF BOSTON
BOSTON
HARBOR NS OF BOSTON
BOSTON
NEW HGLANO MRCH NAT SK
BOS TON
SHAWMUT BANK Of BOSTON NA
BOSTON
ST ATE STREET BANK ANO TR CO BOSTON
Pl Y'-IOUTH HOME NAT BANK
BROCK TON
SH.,<MUT FIRST COUtHY BANK NABROCKTON
BAYBANK H100LESEX NA
BURLINGTON
SHA'rl'tUT COUNTY SANK NA
CA'1gRIOGE
BROADWAY "18 OF CHELSEA
CHELSEA
NATlmJAL BANK OF FAIRHAVEN
FAIRHAVEN
FALL RIVER NATIONAL SANK
FALL RIVER

141
NEW

EPA

0

2274
52

570

0

1821
3256
915

491
1494

414
1333
1894
506
524
597
1761
1138
344
158

186
2167
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259
3329
4310
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665
1288
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351
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0
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0
0
0
0
0
0

2

574

369

151

NEW
REQBAL

0

2049
1142
765
1068
802
635

0
0

611
258
0

0
2043
26'6
651
0
0
120
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0

161
OIF
131-151
850
934
906

4104
1012
570
1821
3256
915
186
2167
1574
841
259
3329
4310
2033
665
1288
1631
351
346
447

•
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HAVE NO EARNINGS PARTICIPATION ACCOUNT OR REQUIRED RESERVE BALANCE
HAVE NO REQURED RESERVE BALANCE

--------------------------------

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1250206
1250230
1250370

131
1977
REQBAL

HA

MA
HA
HA
HA
HA
HA
HA
HA
HA
MA
HA
HA
HA
HA

43729
28066
21532
3190832
52864
1076146
1209277
1021642
137639
65806
385438
161974
23936
21607
5 7565

1508
500
724
49863
119
10735
33755
10969
4917
2049
10974
3094
411
492
1370

5H
933

448
128830
3774
55558
43493
60968
3790
2151
12621
7170
1071
551
1746

0
0
0

0
0
0

5182
2399

87968

5233
5650
5875
2060
854
5290
5197
0
0
645

40813

0
30265
45017
0
0
6169
731

0
0
0

545
933
448
40862
3774
14745
13228
15951
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1071
551
1146

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'IEH,ER BANKS

BENEFIT TO BANKS COVERED BY MODIFIED H,R, 7

Ill
DSB

NAME

1251160
ll5II80
1251188
1251.265
I25i3I5
1251340
I2Sl400
1251425
1251445
1251410
1251560
1251640
1251670
1251110
1251910
1251938
1252000
1252060
1252230
1252Jb0
1?52372
1252375

l.!52 510
1252572
1252605
l25.2Q40
1252963
1253085

1253130
1253135
1253180
1253218
1253211
I25BJ2
1253370
1253565
1253720
1251780
1253630
OF

LOC4TION

TDEP

FALL RIVER TRUST COMPANY
FALL RI VER
FAL ~OUTH NATIONAL BANK
FALMOUTH
IS T SFTY FNO NB Of FTCHBRG FITCHBURG
SHAW.~UT COMMUNITY BANK NA
FRAMINGHAM
CAPE ANN BANK ANO TR~ST CO GLOUCESTER
GLOUCESTER NB Of GLOUCESTER GLOUCESTER
FRA~KLIN COUNTY TRUST CO
GREENFIELD
PIOtlEER NAT BANK - FRANKLIN GREE NF I ELD
BAYBANK MERRIMACK VALLEY NA HAVERHILL
H4V E•H I LL NAT IO~AL BANK
HAVERHILL
OLD CLNY BK OF HHPON crv NA HOLYOKE
HUDSON NATIONAL BANK
HUDSON
CAPE COO BANK t TRUST CO
HYANNIS
MY STATE NATIONAL BAIIK
LAWRENCE
UNION NATIONAL BANK
LCWELL
SECURITY NATIONAL BANK
LYNN
f IRST NAT BK Of HALDEN
HALDEN
NAT GRANO BK Of MARBLEHEAD MARBLEHEAD
t!OSE NAT BANK Of MILFORD
HILFORQ
SHA~HUT NEEDHAM BANK NA
NEEDHAM
aAYBANK MERCHANTS NA
NEW BEDFORD
FIRST N~T OK Of NEW BEDFORD NEW BEDFORD
~'JRTHA~PTON NATIGNAL BANK
~ORT HAMPTON
PlmlEER NB-HAMPSHIRE
NCR THAHPTON
FIRST NAT BK Of CAPf COD
ORL(ANS
NAU~KEAG TRUST CC"PANY
SALEM
SHAaMUT MERCHANTS 8ANK NA
SALEH
HAMPSHIRE NB OF SHADLEY
SCUTH HADLEY
SECURITY NS Of SPRINGFIELD SPRINGFIELD
SHAWMUT FIRST BANK£ TR CD SPRINGFIELD
TH I RO 118 Of HAM POE N C TY
SPRINGFIELD
BAYBANK UNITED N A
TAUNTON
FIRST BRISTOL CDU~TY NAT BK TAUNTON
HARTHAS VINEYARD NAT BANK
VIN~YARD HAVEN
NAT I ONAL BANK OF WAREHAM
WAREHAM
BLACKSTONE VALLEY NA.T BANK WHIT INSVlllE
WOBURN NATIONAL BANK
~CBURN
WORCESTER COUNTY NAT BK
WORCESTER
OLD CLY BK Of BRNSBLE CTY NAYARHOUTH
54 eANKS AFFECTED IN STATE

------------------------------

23
23

HA
HA

MA
HA
HA
HA

HA
HA
HA

HA
HA

HA
HA
HA

HA
HA
HA
HA
HA
HA
HA
HA

HA
HA

HA
HA
HA

HA
HA

HA

MA
MA
HA
HA
HA

HA
HA
HA

HA

87544
3991,5
52204
123478
52411
21925
39358
3h24
86884
40022
41346
34669
101975
103236
177180
87032
27083
22776
249B5
51620
65332
87192
26292
15153
H871
42153
61145
22836
32472
146651
306304
78116
112098
19123
24496
26884
24294
495382
36208

1/17/79

121
VL TCSH
2539
1039
2847
2073
1332
421
1059

118
2035
1604
1784
832
2292
2756
7794
2208
659
475
737
987
3484
2783
1050
587
808
2633
2221
381
785
7095
8462
1568
3328
386
1028
1113
1052
19537
1016

131
1977
REQBAL

17U
1001
421
5073
1561
593
1>90
1141>
2675
820
992
1250
3140
2595
2533
2659
681
784
373
1<>97
225
2353
241
308
1231
38
1993·

713
890
1867
8758
3050
2119
455
272
272
214
9693
599

141

NEW
EPA
238
38
0
411>0
372
0
0
689
2021
0
0
183
2H9
1890
1135
1421
0
0
0
885
0

917
0
0
586
0
755
0
0
671
5HI
1777
1333
0
0
0
0
5515
55

151
NEW
REQBAL

11>1
Olf
111-151

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1722
0
0
0
0
0
0
1568
0

17'3
1001
421
5073
1561
593
1,90
1146
2675
820
992
1250
3HO
2595
2533
2659
681
784
373
1697
225
2353
241
308
1231
38
1993
713
890
18<>7
7031,
3050
2119
455
272
272
214
8125
599

•
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HAVE NO EARNINGS PARTICIPATION ACCOUNT OR REQUIRED RESERVE BALANCE
HAVE NO REQURED RESERVE BALANCE

-------------------------

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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

HE~BER BANKS

DS3
7260025
7260030
7260092
7260108

1260160
72601 75
72f>Ol~C

7260245
7200310
7260320

72l0~45
72f0410
'9260430

72~0:.65

7260500
7200530
7260590
7266605
7260610
7260630
qz60635
9260640
7U,0660

7260750
7260755

7260820
7260H30
7260840
7260860
726Jq]I)

7261010
9.?61030
72SI045
72<1047
7261103
72&1105

7261120
72t,l L25
7261160
7261170
7261HO
72t.l240
7261285
7211)1290
'9261310

7261437

BENEFIT TO BANKS COVERED BY MODIFIED H.R. 7

NAME
BANK OF LENAWEE COUNTY
cc,,ERCI AL SAVINGS BANK
AMERICAN NB IN WESTERN HI

LOCATION

ADRIAN
ADRIAN
ALLEGAN
CENTRAL NB OF ALMA
ALMA
M:N ARBOR BANK t TRUST CO
ANN ARBOR
HURON VALLEY NATIONAL BANK
ANN ARBOR
NB t TRCO OF ANN ARBOR
ANN ARBOR
FIRST NAT BK OF BAD AXE
BAD AXE
SECRTY NB OF BATTLE CREEK
BATTLE CREEK
BAY CITY BANK & TRUST CO
BAY CITY
PEOPLES NB t TR CO Of BAY CY8AY Cl TY
F & M NB 1 N BENTON HARBOR
BENTON HARBOR
BESSE~ER NATIONAL BANK
BESSE HER
FIRST NAT BANK t TRUST
BIG RAPIDS
BLISSFIELD STATE BANK
BLISSFIELD
BRECKENRIDGE
FA•SERS SB Of BRECKENRIDGE
BRGl'IN CITY SAVINGS BANK
BROWN CITY
MICHIGAN NATIONALBANK-HID HIBURTON
BVROIIJ CENTER STATE 84NK
BYRON CENTER
ST ATE BK Of CALEDONIA
CALEDONIA
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18022
19204
20189
3002
20379
38171
22698
68217
85267
50887
47265

652
1097
187
161
163
539
110
288
317
422
104
935
585
514
591

131
1911
REQBAL
1579
12h
793
512
630
256
801
950
397
1081
803
1736
2914
U60
1286

141
N[W
EPA

151
NEW
RC~BAL

415
30

0

0
0
0
0
0
4
0

0

186

0

62
1/34

0
0

0
0

0
0
0
0
0

l71't

0

596
0

0

0

161
Dlf
131-151
1519
1284
793
512
630
256
801
950
397
1081
803
1736
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1460
1286

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HAVE NO REQUREO RESERVE BALANCE

METROPOLITAN NATIONAL UNK BILOXI
FIRST NAT BK OF CLARKSDALE CLARKSDALE
FIRST COLU~BUS NATIONAL BANKCCLUHBUS
M~RCHANTS ANO FARMERS BANK COLUMBUS
NAT BK OF CMRC OF CORINTH
CORINTH
BANK CF FOREST
FOkEST
FIRST NAT BK OF GREENVILLE GREENVILLE
GULF NATIONAL BANK
GULFPORT
CIT'llENS BK OF HATTIESBURG HATTIESBURG
FIRST MISSISSIPPI NAf BK
HATTIESBURG
DEPOSIT GUAPANTV NAT BA~K
JACKSGN
FIRST NAT BANK Of JACKSON
JACKSON
COM~FRC I AL NB ANO TRUST CO LAUREL
FIRST NATIONAL BK OF LAUREL LAUREL
FIRST NAT BK OF HOLMES CTV LEXINGTON
Cl TIZENS NAT BK OF ~ERIOIAN MERIDIAN
PASCAGOULA MOSS POINT BANK HOSS POINT
BRITTON ANO KOONTZ FIRST NB NATCHEZ
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
NEW ALBANY
FIRST NATIONAL BK OF NEWTON NEWTON
FIRST NB OF JACKSON CTV
OCEAN SPRINGS
FIRST NAT BA'IK Of OXFORD
OXFORD
CI Tl ZENS NATIONAL BANK
PASCAGOULA

....

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HS
HS
MS
HS
MS
HS
MS
HS
MS
MS
HS
MS
HS
HS
MS
HS
HS
HS
HS
HS
HS

16614
34062
72200
41947
35343
22227
53142
48979
46983
259227
. 825483
7 24352
80659
66841
24844
78061
55599
34617
44868
16109
40382
21255
16028

332
763
1137
1333
545
300
1148
1777
1675
6708
10641
14101
1992
1323
386
2048
2504
914
961
216
1472
392
257

340
640
2806
899
1299
752
1363
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784
9967
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30537
2138
1714
745
1708
1233
929
1458
352
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340

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640
2806
899
1299
752
1363
683
784
7154
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7907
2138
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745
1108
1233
929
1458
352
661
1011
410

872
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217
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0
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0
0
0
0
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0
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5988

2813

5670
6029
1196
271
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28920
22630

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9274105
9274110
9274155
92741d5
9274210
9214235
9274420
9274510
9274520
9274530
9214535
9274665
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NAME

TDEP

LOCATION

MINNEAPOLIS
SECOND NW NB OF MINNEAPOLS
THIRD NW NB OF MINNEAPOLS
MINNEAPOLIS
1ST NB IN HONTEVIOEO
MONTEVIDEO
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
MONTGOMERY
FIRST NB IN MCO~HEAD
MOORHEAD
HORA
PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK
f IDEL ITY ST BK Of NEW PRAGUENEW PRAGUE
FIRST NATL BK Of NORTHFIELD NORTHFIELD
NO RT Hf !ELD NATIONAL BANK
NORTHFIELD
NORTHWESTERN STATE BANK
HORT HF I ELD
VALLEY NATIONAL BANK
NORTH MANKATO
TRI CTV ST BK Of GRTONVILI.E ORTONVILLE
OSAKIS
FIRST NAT BK OF OSAKIS
CWATONNA
FIRST NAT BK Of CWATONNA
NORTH>ESTERN NB Of OSATONNA OWATONNA
PARK RAPIDS
CITIZHJS NB Of PARK RAPIDS
FIRST NAT BK Of PINE CITY
PINE Cl TY
FIRST NB Of PIPESTONE
PIPESTONE
PIPESTONE NATIO,lAL BANK
PIPESTONE
FIRST NB Of PLAINVIEW
PLAINVIEW
PEOPLES STATE BANK
PLAINVIEW
FIRST NW NB Of RED WING
RED WING
GOODHUE CTY NB Of RED WING RED WING
REDWOOD FALLS
FIRST NORTHWESTERN NAT BK
SU1-t"'!(T ST 6K OF R(CHFIELO
RICHFIELD
ROCHESTER
f IRST NB OF ROCHESTER
NW NB Of ROCHESTER
ROCHESTER
ST CHARLES
FIRST NB IN ST CHARLES
FIRST AM~R NB Of ST CLOUD
ST CLOUD
ST CLOUD
ST CLOUD NAT BK & TR CO
ZAPP NATIONAL BANK
ST CLOUD
FIRST NS AT ST JAMES
ST JAMES
SHELARO NATIONAL BANK
ST LOUIS PARK
PARK ~ATIO~AL PARK
ST LOU! S PARK
ST PAUL
A:<ER ICAN NAT BAK & TR
f IRST NB Of ST PAUL
ST PAUL
UBER TY STATE BANK
ST PAUL
Ml D~AY NB Of ST PAUL
ST PAUL
ST PAUL
NW NAT BK Of ST PAUL
ST PAUL
SU/11'1I T NATIONAL BANK
FIRST NB Of ST PETER
SI PETER
SAUK CENTRE
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
FIRST NB Of SHAKOPEE
SltAKCPEE
NW NB Of SST PAUL
SOUTH ST PAUL
STILLWATER
f(RST NATIONAL BANK
1ST NWSTRN NB Of TWO HARBORST1,0 HARBORS

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HN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
MN
HN
MN
MN
HN
HN
MN
HN
HN
HN
HN
HN
HN
MN

HN

MN
MN
MN
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36482
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40961
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78032
23688
13736
18719
16198
21127
2H38
12788
12750
30556
55240
18674
20909
29079
14627
20785
14359
30904
42926
3667 2
24345
102134
117534
18787
88405
42461
55887
16055
16140
24053
219510
1259522
32534
107984
219883
18715
29129
19258
2766B
64239
46126
18468

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231
419
414
120
320
HO
64
89

156
167
184
93
74
201
433
357
127
202
76
89
100
261
398
214
453
1456
1813
113
1079
517
813
218
284
304
4012
7389
277
1443
1562
372
187
110
3H
389
306
152

131
1971
REQBAL

141
NEW
EPA

1598
lL79
1127
380
3136
714
466
682
478

338
493

646
667
355
400
1083
2168

472
752
1032
513

698
428
1002
1301
1115
789
3268
3067
519
2554
1223
1440
315
442
829
- 6828
57356
1180
4111
8624
413
918
569
1006
2142
1541
531

129

0
1386
56
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24
0
4
0

0
0
251
737
0
8
D
0

151
NEW
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D
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0

l2

0

0
80
263

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185
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1601
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174
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197
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43361
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1332
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0

0
0
0

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161
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131-151
1598
1679
1127
380
3136
7H
466
682
478

646
667
355
400
1083
2168
472
752
1032
513
698
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1301
1115
789
3268
3067
519
2554
1223
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315
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829
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1180
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7292
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918
569
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2142
1541
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DSB

NAHE

9276200 FIRST NB OF VIRGINIA
9276210 NW STATE 9K OF VIRGINIA
9276240 FUST NB BK OF WACONIA
927t::250 FIRST NB Of WADENA
9276260 WADENA STATE BANK
9276262 PLAZA PARK STATE SANK
9216270 HR ST NS OF WALKER
9276350 FIRST NAT BK OF nASECA
9276565 CITIZENS NB Of WILLMAR
9276570 FIRST NB OF WILLMAR
9276590 FIRST NB OF WINOO~
9216610 FIRST NORTHWESTERN NAT BANK
9276640 MERCHANTS NB OF WINONA
9276650 WINQNA NAT, SAVINGS BK
9276685 FIRST NB IN WORTHINGTON
OF

TDEP

LOCATION
VIRGINIA

HN
MN
MN
MN
HN
MN
HN
HN
HN

VIRGINIA
WACONIA
WADENA
WADENA
WAITE PARK
WALKER
WASECA
WILL HAR
WILL HAR
WINDOM
WINONA
WINONA
WINONA
WORTHINGTON

154 BANKS AFFECTED IN STATE

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HN
HN
HN
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5HT5
62601
23128
16521
18022
19204
20189
30432
20379
38177
22698
68217
85267
50887
H265

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VL TCSH
652
1097
187
161
163
539

llO
288
317
422
104
935
585
514
591

131
1911
REQBAL
1579
1284
793
512
630
256
801
950
397
1081
803
1736
29U
1460
1286

141

ISi

N[W

N[W

EPA

RHBAL

H5
343

0
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0
0
0
0
0
4
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

186

0

62
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1714
596
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0
0
0
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131-151
1579
1284
793

512
630
256
801
950
397
1081
803
1736
2914
1460
1286

•
•
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••
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HAVE NO REQURfO RESERVE BALANCE

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8280325
828DJq0
8280400
8280425
6280590
6280650
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6280900
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6280q6o
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6281190
6281250
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FIRST NAT BK OF CL ARKSOALE CLARKSDALE
FIRST COLU~BUS NATIONAL BANKCCLUHBUS
MERCHANTS ANO FARMERS BANK COLUMBUS
NAT BK OF CMRC OF CORINTH
CORINTH
BANK CF FOREST
FOREST
FIRST NAT BK OF GREENVILLE GREENVILLE
GULF NATIONAL BANK
GULFPORT
cn'llENS BK Of HATTIESBURG HATTIESBURG
FIRST HI SSISSIPPI NAT BK
HATT I ES BURG
DEPOSIT GUAPANTY NAT BA~K
JACKSCN
FIRST NAT BANK OF JACKSON
JACKSON
COMMERCIAL N6 ANO.TRUST CO LAUREL
FIRST NATIONAL BK OF LAUREL LAUREL
FIRST NAT BK OF HOLMES CTY LEXINGTON
CITIZENS NAT BK OF ~ERIOIAN MERIDIAN
PASCAGOULA HOSS POINT BANK HOSS POINT
BRITTON ANO KOONTZ FIRST NB NATCHEZ
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
NEW ALBANY
FIRST tlATIONAL BK OF NEWTON NEWTON
FIRST NB OF JACKSON CTY
OCEAN SPRINGS
FIRST NAT BA'lK OF OXFORD
OXFORD
CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK
PASCAGOULA
0

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HS
HS
HS
HS
HS
HS
HS
HS
HS
HS
MS
HS
HS
HS
HS
HS
HS
MS
HS
HS
MS
HS

16614
34062
72200
41941
35343
22227
53142
48979
46983
259227
825483
724352
80659
66847
24844
78061
55599
34617
44868
16109
40382
27255
16028

332
763

1131
1333
545
300
ll48
1777
1675
6708
1064I
14701
1992
1323
386
2048
2504
914
967
276
1472
392
257

340
640
2806
899
1299
752
1363
683
784
9967
39382
30537
2138
1714
H5
1708
1233
929
1458
352
661

l0ll
410

0
0
872
0
217
0
241
0
0

5988
5670
6029
ll96
211
0
563
0
0
279
0
0
0
0

0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2813
28920
22630

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

340
640
2806
899
1299
752
1363
683
784
7154
10462
7907
2138
1714
745
1708
1233
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628145 5
8281480
8281718
8281800
6281840
6281870

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TDEP

LOCATION
HS
HS
HS
HS
HS
HS
MS
MS
HS

FIRST NAT BANK OF PICAYUNE
PICAYUNE
PONTOTOC
FIRST NAT BANK OF PONTOTOC
NAT BK OF COMMERCE OF MS
STMKVILLE
TUPELO
FIRST CITIZENS NAT BANK
PEOPLES BK OF -~ISSISSIPPI NAUNION
VICKSBURG
FIRST NAT BK OF VICKSBURG
VICKSBURG
HEQCHANT S IIAT I ONAL BANK
WEST POINT
F !RST NAT BK OF ltEST POINT
YAZOO CI TY
DELTA NAT BK OF YAZOO CITY
32 BANKS AFFECTED IN STATE

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8291090
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8291116

829!3G5
8291395
B29l510
8291550
8291680
8291695
10291710
10291760
8291960
8291970
10292010
8292115
10292270

8292320

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VL TCSH

19836

644

24926
122814
B5029
95749
72883
66301
21320
H357

312
2570
1417
3057
2031
1114
351
809

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1977
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195
952
5180
3585
2191
1762
2369
549
1621

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EPA

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NEW
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0
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3680
2502
1215
712
1496
0
305

0
0
0
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195
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5180
3585
2191
1762
2369
549
1621

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HAVE NO REQUREO RESERVE BALANCE

GQAVO!S BANK
AFFTON
AFFTDN
NA Tl ONAL BANK OF AFFTON
ALBANY
GENTRY COUNTY BANK
FIRST NAT SK OF BETHANY
BETHANY
BUTLER
FIRST NAT BK OF BUTLER
FIRST NAT BK OF LINN CREEK CAMDENTON
FIRST NB OF CAP'E GlRAROcAU CAPE GIRARDEAU
CARTHAGE
BAN~ OF CARTHAGE
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CHI LL I COTHE
CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK
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CCLU"BIA
CO*IERCE BANK OF COLUMBIA NACOLUMBI A
COLU.SBIA
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MER(ANTLE BK OF FAR"IINGTON FARMINGTON
COM~ERCE BANK OF FENTON NA FENTON
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GALLATIN
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GLADSTONE
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HANNIBAL
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HIGH RIDGE
HIGH RIDGE MERCANTILE BK
INDEPENDENCE
FIRST NB OF INOEPENOENCE
JACKSON EXCHANGE BK t TR CO JACKSON

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MO
MO
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MO
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MO
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31690
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17050
36045
52998
44667
34162
21839
59077
103291
96455
26043
48789
22615
22303
26768
2799B
34886
15713
21964
30511
1721B
29480
18503
18355
69329
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245
125
146

177
21B
928
361
453
198
335
783
1168
664
680
194
268
743
411
402
213
94
552
261
463
193
477
576
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3547
511
1230
646
628
1405
1865
1745
1372
716
2137
55B5
3884
655
1817
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645

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0

0
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142
606

0
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462
142

0
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785
3634
2405
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0
0
0
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1943

0
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473

0

0

0
0

0
0
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913
1496

178

0

443

0
0

0
0
0
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0
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885
914
578
1016
633
368
2602
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0
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511
1230

646
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1405
1865
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8292370
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10292430
10292454
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321
178
5115
5173
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0
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0
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896
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493
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898
1055

90
460
555
3105
1113
1361
911
2064
1884
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2095
1139
832
2218
3172

1773
1579
7931
7312
1536
1400
569
737
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0

764

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2113
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983
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0
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430

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10312650
10312710
103!2716
10312730
10312752
10312760
10312770

10312775
10Jl2900
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FIRST NAT BANK IN OGALLALA
A•!ERICAN NATICINAL BANK
Fl~ST NB OF OMAHA
,mRTH1tESTERN NATIOIIAL BANK
OS AHA NATIONAL BANK
PACKERS NAT BK IN OMAHA
SECURITY NS CF OMAtlA
UNITED STATES NB Of OHAHA
FIRST NAT BK IN ORD
STK~~S NB OF RUSHVILLE
CTl NAT BK IN ST PAUL
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
SCOTTSBLUFF NAT BK & TR co
CATTLE NB Of SEWARD
JONES NB Of SEWARD
AM NAT eK Of SIDNEY
SECU~ITY NAT BK OF SUPERIOR
f IRST NAT BK OF SYRACUSE
FIRST NAT BK OF TEKA.UH
FIRST NAT BK Of VALENTINE
FIRST NAT BK Of 1,AHOO
FIRST NAT BK Of WAYNE
STATE NATIONAL BANK & TR CO
fAR~RS & MRCH NB Of W POINT
FIRST NAT BK Of WEST POINT
FIRST NAT BK OF YORK

NORTH PLATTE
CGALLALA
(!MAHA
OMAHA
OMAHA
OMAHA
o•AHA
OMAHA
OMAHA
CRD
RUSHVILLE
ST PAUL
SCHUYLER
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SEWARD
SIDNEY
SUPERIOR
SYRACUSE
TEUMAH
VALENTINE
WAHOO
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r,iAYNE
WEST POINT
WEST POINT
YORK

63 BANKS AFFECTED IN STATE

Of

VALLEY BANK OF NEVADA
FIRST NAT BANK Of NEVADA
NEVAOA NATIONAL BANK
SECURITY NB OF NEVADA

26
32

NE
NE

19269

NE

41265

NE
NE
NE

307612

22763

NE

97902
497558
4B203
263B4
286326

NE
NE
NE
NE
NE
NE
NE
NE
NE
NE
NE
NE
NE
NE
NE
NE
NE
ME

14865
21186
52664
21691
31568
H078
15118
18335
19000
20849
19470
15092
25794
21612
23465
t,8826

NE
NE

16949

11140

121
VLTCSH

469
llO
653
2798
1145
4354
569
312
2208
94
202
56
110
454
218
113
181
57
84

NEW
EPA

LAS VEGAS
RENO
RENO
RENO
1
1

151

NEW
RE08U

HO

0

864
1648
13144
3781
24138
16"3
996
12661

16

0
0

312
5284
2609
5269
145
0
5017

0
5080
0
1391l
0
0
4814

0

0
0
0

549
581
507
778
2284

111
1198
1008
589

738

88
171
113
88
173
91
130
542

HI

131
1911
REQBAL

738
639

849
530
958
718

0
0
23
703
0
236
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0

19

911

39
3

1505

268

161
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131-151
510

86t,
161,8
8064
3781
10227
1643
996
7847
549
581
507
178
2284

111
1198
1008
589
738
738
639

849
530
958
718
917
1505

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HAVE NO REQURED RESERVE BALANCE

-------------------------

------------

4 BANKS AFFECTED IN STATE

------------

TDEP

LOCATION

------------------------12320048
12320070
12320075
12320080

1/17/19

BENEFIT TO BANKS COVERED BY MODI f IED H.R. 7

•E•BER 8A~KS

NV
NV
NV
NV

411031
967508
288599
221958

27530
34217

8896

1455
32601
7948

3555

8649

0
5221

0
14897

17704

4619
4956

0
1002

7948
76'7

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NAME

133oan
l 330070
1330010
IBOIIB
1330140
1330155
1330210
13)0220
133n5o
13303:JO

BR I STOL BANK
CLAREMONT NAT BK
INDIAN HEAD NB Of CLAPEHONT
FSM&TRO N&S BK OF COLEBROOK
C~NCORO NAT I ONAL BANK
1"0 I •N HEAD NB Cf CONCORD
CA';!:P.QLL C TY TR

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CONCORD
CONCORD
CO
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OF DERRY
DERRY
BK
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EXETER
& SAVINGS BK FARMINGTON

13303130 DARTMOUTH NB OF HANOVER
13 3'J420 ASHUELOT NATL BK OF KEENE
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13"3045(}

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1330475
13304B I
13]0550
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LACONIA PEOPLES NB & TR CO
NATL BK OF LEBANON
LAFAYETTE NATIONAL BANK
A."'IQSl(.EAG N4T BANK t TR CO
81\NK GF NEW HA~PHIRE NA
.'-!ERCHA~HS NB OF .'-tANCHCSTER
SOUHEGAN N~ OF MILFORD
INOIA".1 HEAD NB OF NA'iHUA
WHT SOUNTAIN NB OF N CONWAY
F lRST tlB OF PORTS~OUTH

1.BO!J70
1330700
13)071 l
13 30N :!
1330800
1330810 INDIAN HEAD NB OF PRTS~TH
1330910 FIRST fJI} OF ROCHESHR
1331050 WOLFEBORO NATIONAL BANK
OF

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LOCATION

133,'.}3[0 FAR"INGTON NAT
13JB75 HA"1PTQ~~ NATIOt:AL BAN,(,

13)0622

NH
NH
NH
NH
NH
NH
NH
NH
NH
NH
NH
NH
NH
Nil
NH
NH
NH

HAMPTON
HANOVER

KEENE
Kt:ENE

KEENE
LACONIA
LACONIA
LEBANON
LITTLETON
MANCHESTER

Ntt
NH
NH
NH
NH
NH
NH
NH
NH
NH
NH
NH
NH

MANCHESTER

MANCHESTER
HILFORO
NASHUA
NORTH CONWAY
PORTSMOUTH
PORTSMOUTH
ROCHESTER
WOLFEBORO

30 BANKS AFFECTED IN STATE

22
8

FIRST NAT BANK Of ABSECCN
HUNTERDON COUNTY TRUST CO
ATCO NATIONAL BANK
ATLA,,TJC NATIONAL BANK
BROADWAY NB Of BAYONNE
PEOPLES BANK NA
FIRST N~ OF BELVIDERE
FIRST NATL BK OF BLAIRSTOWN

15325
25718
15537
13481
57528
18387
30833
31399
20292
48881
16513
28215
35319
25759
31041
27243
17403
33611
31783
2971B
59884
171853
74072
25961
125958
21250
52771
31274
16046
21866

121
VL TCSH

168
5H
HI
155
1733
504
431
404
653
600
206
606
374
654
899
552
535
1328
783
B43
4918
6306
169B
598
186 I
471
1536
1064
1264
257

131
1971
REQBAL
390
5H
140
300
1998
278
674
796
889
1506
463
721
1199
604
735
847
IBO
448
676
501
0
3566
2304
480
4101
324
956
292
0
484

l~I
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EPA

151
NEW
REQBAL

0
0

0
0
853
0

0
0
0

0
0

0

0

0

30
0
668
0
0
868
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0

0
0

0
2953
1218
0
3600
0
150
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

161

Dlf
131-151
390
514
140
300
1998
278
674
796
889
1506
463
721
1199
604
735
847
180
448
676
501
0
3566
2304
480
4101
324
956
292
0
484

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HAVE NO REQUREO RESERVE BALANCE

------------------------------------------------------------3340010
2340045
3340080
3340092
2340150
2 JltlJl 30
2340200
21.;.0250

1/17/79

BENEFIT TO BANKS COVERED BY MODIFIED H.R. 7

MEMSEP BANKS

ABSECON
ANNANDALE
ATC □

ATLANTIC CITY
BAYONNE
BELLEVILLE
BEL VI OE RE
BLAIRSTOWN

NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ

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299B8
23029
69217
262 86
60132

26466
17504

568
625
546
1058
458
990
308
274

718
636
609
2467
948
lB53
741
426

0
0
0
908
0
09
62
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
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718
636
609
2467
948
1853
741
426

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BENEFIT TO BANKS COVERED BY HOOIFIEO H.R. 1·

MEMBER BANKS

OSB

NA~E

111
TOEP

LOClTION

BLOOMSBURY
2340300 CITIZENS BANK NA
3)40365 BANK OF MIO-JERSEY
BORDENTOWN TWP
2340400 NATIONAL BANK OF SUSSEX CTY BRANCHVILLE
BRIO GE TON
3340430 F (. M NAT BK Of BRIDGETON
3340431 UNITED JRSY BK/CUMBRLANO NATBRIOGETON
2340434 FIRST NAT BK OF CTRL JERSEY BR IOGEWA TER TWP
3340460 FIRST NAT ST BK OF W JERSEY BURLINGTON HP
CAMDEN
334051 a ~A~~ OF NEW JERSEY
3340530 U~TD JERSEY BK/SOUTHWEST NA CAMDEN
33,,0593 HERITAGE BANK NA
CHERRY HILL TWP
3340595 FRIE~DLY NAT BANK OF NJ
CIN~AHINSON TWP
234063(} NEW JERSEY BANK NA
CLIFTON
COLON IA
2340105 FIR ST BANK OF COLONIA
CRANBURY
2340710 MIOLANTIC NB/CRANBURY
31',0723 BANK OF WEST JERSEY
DELRAN TCWNSHIP
DENV ltLE T..,P
2l40127 PEOPLES NB OF NORTH JERSEY
2340730 UNITED JERSEY BANK/NORTHWESTOOVER
3340825 FIRST NB t TR CO OF BEVERLY EDGEWATER PK ThP
ED I SON TWP
2340837 MIOLANTIC "18 RARITAN VLY
EGG HARBOR TWP
33408't2 FIRST NAT BANK OF S JERSEY
234091)0 NAT STATE BK !:LIZABETH NJ
ELIZABETH
ELIZABETH
2340921 UNITED COUNTIES TRUST CO
ELI ZA~ETH
2340CJ2 2 U~ITEO JERSEY BK/CENTRAL
HMER
3340940 FIRST NAT BK OF ELMER
2~40954 ED~EWTR NB ECLWO CLFS NJ
ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS
EWING TOWNSHIP
3340975 HIDEPEN:JENT BANK t TS co
23410JO FLE"IINGTON NAT BK t TR CO
f-LEMINGTCN
FORT LEE
2341040 FIRST NB IN FORT LEE
FRANKLIN LAKES
23410~1 URSA~ NATIONAL BANK
GLADSTONE
2341130 PEAPACK GLADSTONE BANK
HACKE"lSACK
2341220 UNITED JERSEY BANK
3)41250 MIOLANTIC NATIO~AL BK/SOUTH HAO;)ONF I ELD
HA~ILTON TWP
3341285 HA~ILTCN BANK NAT ASSN
234132 5 UNTO JERSEY BK/MIOSTATE NA HAZLET TWP
2341355 HILLSBOROUGlt NATIONAL BANK HILLSBOROUGH TWP
2141368 llBERT't' NATlmlAL BANK.
HILLSDALE
2341-4?.0 F lkST NATIONAL BANK OF HOPE HOPE
23415)0 CCS"ERICAL TR CO OF NJ
JERSEY CITY
JERSEY C ITV
2 341530 FIRST JERSEY NATL BANK
23415~0 TRUST CO OF NEw JERSEY
JERSEY CITY
2341600 FI RS T NO G 1q CO Of KEARNEY KEAR"IEY
3341650 PfOPLE S MAT BK IN LAKEWOOD LAKEWCOO
3341665 UTO JERSEY BK/OCEAN CTY NA LAKEWOOD TWP
LIVINGSTCN
2341720 LIV I NG STO.S NA Tl ONAL BANK
2"1;41810 MANVILLE NATL BANK
MANY ILLE
2341820 ,SAPLEWOOD BANK AND TRUST CO MAPLEWOCO

NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
-NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ

39685
86787
44725
60741
97054
264360
189340
510688
88206
519528
26167
749433
50035
52386
41989
38479
109913
29050
57677
50246 7
637500
399026
84931
20038
39270
33878
71114
54116
45381
30490
1076016
224920
24048
83641
22732
13603
22720
267486
578844
391970
86358
33836
19439
41798
39579
8530 I

121
VL TCSH
942
1477
791
1843
1065
2879
5641
15488
1430
15295
684
15377
748
510
589
717
2628
1149
986
19769
51177
5646
1749
279
614
465

130
705
739

257
20729
2778
615
2154
427
IH
l63
6454
11382
10403
3182
507
330
871
580
1587

1/17/79

131
1977
REQBAL

141
NEW
EPA

875
2897
1110
14 79
5113
10228
3897
14647

23
1933
19B
293
2966
5023
2099
5188
2077
5290

~320
15484
401
27727
1139
2134
1314
917
2578
144
2231
9032

o

17061
3405
694
1174
855
2214
1534
1508
1124
41461
8520
319
1703
385
396
705
8594
24797
11023
1280
1102
557
1385
963
2737

o

5397
59
801
130
0
1281

0
879
4969
0
5215
1902
0
32
0
1258
155
204
194
5375
5193
0
509
0
0
80
5102
5060
5307
0
0
0
43
220
1261

151

NEW
HOBAL
0
0
0
0
0
2852
0
5018

0
5979
0
17547
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
8599
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
28956
1581
0
0
0
0
0
803
12689
3141
0
0
0
0
0
0

161

OIF
131-151
875
2897
1110
1479
5113
1376
3897
9629
3320
9505
401
10180
1139
2134
1314
917
2578
144
2231
9032

•
•
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8462
3405
694
1174
855
2214
1534
1508
1124
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12108
7882
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3341998
2342076
2342005

2342140
2342145

2342200

2342?25
3342310
2342318
2142350
234242 5
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2342528
2342529
3342670

3342695
2342700
2342720

2342144
2342747
2342~12
3342830
3342A60

2]42930

1/17179

BENEFIT TO BANKS COVERED BY MODIFIED H.R. 7

ME~B ER BANKS

NAME

LOCATION

CMMNTY BK OF BERGEN CTY NJ
MAYWOOD
MEDFORD
BURL! NG TON CTY NAT BANK
HER IT AGE BANK-NORTH NAT ASSNMONROE TWP
ASERICAN NAT BK i. TR OF NJ
MCNTCLAIR
BA.,IK OF NE;.i JERSEY NA
MOORESTGWN
FIRST MERCHANTS NAT BANK
NEPTUNE TWP
8PDAD NATIONAL BANK NEWARK NfWARK
FtDELliY UNICN TRUST COMPANYNEWARK
FIRST NAT STATE BANI< OF N J NEWARK
NEWARK
"IIOLANTIC NATIDrUL BANK
SECURITY NATIONAL BANK OF NJNEWARK
FIRST NAT BK IN NEWFIELD
NEWF IELO
MIOLANTIC NB/SUSSEX & MRCH NEWTON
HEADOilLANOS NATimlAL BANK
NORTH BERGEN
A"'IBOY-/•UDISCN Ni\T BANK
OLD BR I OGE TWP
PARA .'lUS
GARD(N STATE NATIONAL BANK
JEFFERSON NATIONAL BANK
PASS A IC
VALLEY NATIONAL BANK
PASSAIC
PENNS GROVE NAT BK & TR CO
PENNS GROVE
PErlNSVILLE NATIONAL BANK
PENNSVILLE TWP
PERTH AMBOY NATIONAL BANK
PERTH AMBOY
PHILLIPSBURG NAT BK & TR CO PHILLIPSBURG
PEOPLES NB OF CENTRAL JER SEYPI SC ATA WAY
PISCATAWAY
NATL BANK Of NEW JERSEY
UNITED NATIONAL BANK
PLAINFIELD
OCEAN CTY NB OF PT PLHSANT POINT PLEASANT
FIRST NB Of PRINCETON
PR I tlCETON
STATE BANK OF RARJTA!\I VALLEYRAR ITAN

2~42<U5 HNJqDN CTV Ng Of FLEMINGTON RARITAN T~P
2342945 CCL!;NIAL FIRST NB
RED BANK
2342930 CITIZE~S FIRST NB OF NJ
RI OGE WOOD
RUTH( RF ORO
2343070 NAT CO~~UNlTY BANK Of NJ
3343090 CITY NATL BANI( ANO TRUST ca SALE•
SB,ELL
3343131 NAT I O~AL BAtJK OF MA~lTUA
2-i43l8G FIRST NAl STATE BK-EDISON
S PLAINFIELD
23:t3265 FIOST NAT STATE BK OF NW JERSUCCASUNNA
33 1+33'.)'J Sl>fEiJESBORO TRUST C0·'1PANY
SWEDESBORO
234330<} FIRST NAT STATE BK-COlJ:'HY
TENAFLY
2343315 MIDLANTIC NAT BK/CITIZENS
TENAFLY
33433)0 FIRST N8 OF TOMS RIVER
TOMS RI VER
2343334 f lRST NAf BANK Of NEW JERSEYtOTOWA
3343340 e~ □ AO STREET NB OF TREiHON TRENTON
33433,5 IS T NAT ST BK OF CTRL JRSY
TRENlON
33•.-::\350 NEW JERSEY NATIONAL BANK
TRENTON
2343420 u·no.•~ CENTER NATL eM~K
UNION
3343497 Cl T IZENS UNITED BANK NA
VINELAND

NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
tlJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ

111
TDEP

121
VLTCSH

41417
42533
374104
433044
84556
265795
59076
718970
1113061
958327
27516
26235
69510
30565
83601
643932
22698
3331BO
31610
14160
44161
63708
86115
211 l 70
169383
125 805
153 713
35017
137834
428972
405674
76902 a
37 27 2
42468
197125
115072
19106
218861
317246
340497
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B3119
81173
B64334
65328
105943

1076
870
10251
7662
1804
6286
1022
14717
28257
16104
692
331
918
946
2078
10653
386
4759
606
291
833
1038
2052
4147
3333
2442
920
628
1504
9083
7 259
14231
1162
1140
4 792
1909
236
4410
4536
9B85
13792
1571
1088
12691
2907
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131
1977
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743
1364
11807
19604
2313
7325
2433
40290
39746
48304
765
891
2294
495
1B38
24457

446
12969
874
266
1754
1615
2912
8980
6078
3919
6935
885
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14251
12798
26659
829
678
6401
3556
605

6961
12781
70B8
17241
2914
2581

31745

HI
NEW
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0

97
5135
5169
997
5204
1202
5379

5438
5320
0
0
1242
0
1033
5049
0

5366
0
0

455
577

1414
5041
3927
2083
4395
0
2875
5241
5113
5226
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0
3801
2262
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151
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161
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131-151

0
0
2995
9841
0
88
0
24007
24976
31890
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0
0
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743
1364
8812
9963
2313
7237
2433
16283
14770

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14008

0

446
7207
874
266
1754
1615
2912
7820
6078
3919
5950
885
3748
8142
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9582
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6 78
6401
3556
605
6743
7082
7088
9135
2914
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985
0
1080
6109
5307
17077
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0
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218
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5107

8106

14 76
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0
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616

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2341

765
891
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BENEFIT TD BANKS COVERED BY MODIFIED H.R. 1

~EMBER BANKS

lll
DSB

NAME

LOCATION

TDEP

3H3502 HI NOT OLA NATIONAL BANK
VI NE LAND
33 1t35l2 GL END ALE N4T BANK OF NJ
VOORHEES TCWNSHIP
2H~534 PROSPECT PARK NATIONAL BANK WAYNE
3343569 FIRST PEOPLES NAT BK Of NJ wEsrno,n
334 3620 MARINE NB OF WILDWOOD
WILDWOOD
3343610 umo,, TRUST co OF lilLDWOOD WILD~OOD
2343668 ~ID-JERSEY NATIONAL BANK
WOODBRIDGE TWP
3343SQO NB t TR CO OF GLOUCESTER CTYWOOCBURY
2343110 WOOD RIDGE NATL BANK
WOOD RIDGE
WOODSTOWN
3343130 WOODSTCWN NAT BK t TR CO
3H3750 YARDVILLE NATL BK
YAROVILLE
OF

111 BANKS AFFECTED IN STATE

35
46

NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ

27880
216B3
22680B
68075
80637
41921
29990
1~2986
40613
21123
72363

121
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627
22't
1850
13525
1487
900
513
3327
572
226
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131

141

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562
9053
16869
2361
1190

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1270
119
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1"16

5074
1211
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0
0
0
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0
2269
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161
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7637
7915
2367
1190

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41t50
1270

119
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HAVE NO REQURED RESERVE BALANCE

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1035002 0
10350023
10350029
10 350J3 0
1035J036
11350050
1C35C010
113sooao
11350090
10350105
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11350128
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10350147
10350150
11350195
11350220
10350235
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11350205
11350290
113503JO
10350310

FIRST NAT BK IN ALAHOGDRDO
AL BUOUERQUE NATl0NAL BANK
AMERICAN BANK OF COMMERCE
f I Del ITV NATIONAL BANK
FIRST NAT BK OF ALBUQUERQUE
SOUH!WE ST NATIONAL BANK
FIRST NAT BANK OF ARTESIA
FIRST NAT BK OF BEUN
ASERICAN BANK OF CARLSBAD
CARLSBAD NATIONAL BA~K
FIRST NH BK III CLAYTON
CLOY IS NATIONAL BANK
FIRST NAT BANK OF CLOVIS
JEHING NATIONAL BANK
HIMBqES VALLEY SANK
FIRST NAT BA~K RIO ARRIBA
VALLEY NATIONAL BANK
FARMINGTON NATIONAL BANK
flqST NAT BK OF FARMINGTON
FIRST NB Of LEA CTY
FIRST Na Cf DONA ANA CTV
FIRST NAT BK IN LAS VEGAS
LOS ALAMOS NATIONAL BANK
LIBERTY NATIONAL BANK
FIRST NAT BANK OF PORTALES
PORTALES NATIONAL BANK
FIRST NAT BK IN RATON

ALAMOGORDO
ALBUQUERQUE
ALBU QUE RCUE
ALBUQUERQUE
AL BUCUERCUE
ALBUQUERQUE
ARTESIA
BELEN
CARLSBAD
CARLSBAD
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CLOVIS
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ESPANOLA
FARMINGTON
fARMINGTON
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LAS CRUCES
LAS VEGAS
LOS ALAMOS
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PORTALES
RATON

NM
NM
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NH
NH
NH
NH
NH
NH
NH
NH
NH
NH
NH
NH
NH
NH
NH
NH
NH
NH
NH
NH
NH
NM
NH
NH

31t895
573378
102244
36587
345516
25853
48593
45473
38176
49944
15228
60434
19921
20877
28645
27516
18033
30585
68860
122305
108464
17040
19976
40035
22675
22169
32003

402
10568
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670
4984
671
309
81t2
331
591
96
1008
268
348
322
840
390
1199
1114
806
2458
346
405
812
185
294
439

1373
22202
3237
953
14471

200
4990
1732
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648

0
712
0
126
424
0
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0
0
0
0
0
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1724
2230
1431
0
0
0
0
0
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2041t
1226
llt65
1683
446
1920
692
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915
526
382
295
3229
4544
3199
416
692
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870
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0
11097
0
0
5177
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

1373
11105
3237
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692
469
915
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BENEFIT TO BANKS COVERED BY MODIFIED H.R. 1

ME"BER BANKS

DSB

NAHE

LOCATION

INTERNATIONAL STATE BANK
FIRST NAT BANK OF ROSWELL
SECUP.ITY NB OF ROSEWELL
FIRST NU BK OF SANTA FE
SA'II A FE NATIONAL BANK
A.seq ICAN NB OF SILVER CITY
GRANT COUNTY BANK
103~0360 FIRST STATE BK OF TAOS
11150383 HOT SPRINGS NATIONAL BANK
I 1350390 FIRST NAT BANK IN TUCU>ICARI

10350320
11350330
113~C336
10350340
10350~45
11350360
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2360020
2360065
2360130
236l\50
2360155
2360170
2360310
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236,450
216.0540
23'05 30
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23'12'7
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23'1310
2361360
2301395
2361410
21~1460
2161480
2361500
2361600
2301676
2361 no

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ROSl<ELL
ROSWELL
SANTA FE
SANTA FE
SILVER CITY
SILVER CITY
TAOS
TRUTH OR CONSEQUE
TUcu•CARI

NM
NM
NM
NM
NM
NM
NH
NH
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37 BANKS AFFECTED lfl STATE

21
14

111
TDEP

121
YLTCSH

28397
76442
69536
101215
64011
21138
25602
20982
20058
29553

335
662
614
2113
967
466
173
602
247
224

131
1917
REQBAL
808
3023
2576
3412
2233
940

451
466
631
1273

UI
NEW
EPA

I 5J
NEW
REQBAL

0
1392
1121
1881
982
0
0
0
0
6

161
DIF
131-151

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

808
3023
2576
3412
2233
940
HI
406
631
1273

0

637
6055
13264
13491
1806
519
340
2S33
1958

•
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HAYE NO EARNINGS PARHCIPATION ACCOUNT OR REQUIRED RESERVE BALANCE
HAVE NO REQUREO RESERVE BALANCE

COMMUNITY NATIONAL BANK
ADDI SON
SA~KERS TR CO Of ALBANY NA AUANY
>IAT CCMSERICAL BK & TR CO
ALBANY
STATE BANK OF ALBANY
ALBANY
U~ION NATIONAL BANK
ALBANY
AL om s TATE BANK
ALDEN
EVANS NB OF ANGOLA
ANGOLA
CITIZENS CENTRAL B~NK
ARCADE
NATIONAL BK OF AUBURN
AUBURN
DALLST0'-4 SPA NATIONAL BANK
BALlSTON SPA
BATH NATIONAL BANK
OATH
FISHKILL NATIONAL BANK
8[ACON
!ST-CITY NS Of BIP-.IG,HAMTON NY81NGHAHTON
BqlOr,EH>MPTON tlATIUNAL BANK B•IOGEHAHPTON
CHE ,11 CAL BANK-BUFF ALO
BUFFALO
CITIBA\<INY STATEINAT ASSN BUFFALO
LIBERTY NB t TR CO
BUFF lLO
MANFCIURERS t TRORS TR
BUFFALO
HA rt I '-.IE •tOLANO BANK
BUFFALO
U~ITEO NATIONAL BANK
ClLL ICOON
CENTRAL NB CANAJOHARIE
CANAJUHAR IE
CA,~>~OA I GU> NB ANO TR CO
CANA~OA IGUA
FIRST STATE BANK
CANISTEO
ST LAWRENCE NATIONAL BANK
CANTON
PUTN>M COUNTY NS OF CARMEL CAR~EL
PENINSULA NATIONAL BANK
CEDARHURST
CHESTER NATIONAL 8MIK
CHESTER
HAYES NATIONAL BANK
CLINTON

co

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NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NV
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NV
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY

24929
236937
780765
737479
96004
22747
20618
82824
69629
3I6SO
34740
52323
256623
27510
21141
478100
501934
1268892
6617142
29681
91528
72454
14272
113078
27847
102775
51810
25806

369
7500
18097
9418
3106
310
513
889
1435
645
481
1141
8053
513
410
3716
15379
37552
137670
372
2038
910
204
2356
484
2014

1437
706

637
6055
30730
38682
1806
519
340
2S33
1958
738
1076
1853
6036
874
903
22895
12904
34120
310890
868
1912
2339
385
3618
950
3278
1034
338

0
3824
5149
5420
734
0
0
1655
614
0
0
542
~790
0
0
4615
5372
5309
5551
0
540
1299
0
2345
0

0
17466
25191
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
10659
4367
20598
208436
0
0
0
0

0

1879

0
0

0
0

0
0

738
1076
1853
6036
874
903
12236
8537
13522
102454
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Dsa

NAME

TDEP

LOCATION

2361910 FIRST NB OF CORTLAND
CORTLAND
236 l<;l?Q NATIONAL BK OF COXSACKIE
COXSACKIE
2362')90 OELAH'ARE NB OF DELHI
DELHI
O~YOEN
23b2130 Fl~ST NB OF ORY OEN
EAST HAMPTON
230222 5 FI RS T NS OF EAST. HAePTON
2362250 FIRST ~AT BK OF EAST ISLIP
EAST ISLIP
23l,~-H5 ELLE~YILLE NATJO~AL BANK
Ell ENVILLE
2'1624rJJ Ct•E~UNG CA~AL TRUST CO~PANY ELMIRA
2162460 E•~DICOTT TRUST CO"!PANV
E•JICOTT
2362570 OF .\K ~IATIO'JAL BAf-41(
FLEISCHMANNS
GAF-DEN CITY
l3b2305 LONG ISLANO TRUST C.OMPA~Y
GENESEO
236?8t0 GE~~SEE VLV NS OF GENESEO
2l~2~30 NATIONAL BK OF GENEVA
GENEVA
23621370 F(?ST rJAT SK Of GL(N HEAD
GLEN HEAD
GLENS FALLS
2362130 FIRST NB OF GLENS FALLS
GLENS FALLS
2362890 GLENS FALLS NB t TR CO
2 l~ZSIJO CITY NBtTR CO Of GLVRSVLE
GLOVERSVILLE
23629l0 FULT □ r1 COU"ITY NAT BK t TR COGLOVERSVILLE
2~...,3')40 f Ir'. ST rm HJ GREENE
GRE::f::NE
HANCOCK
2 °'o3 l !30 FIR ST ND Of HANCOCK
HEMPSTEAD
2363230 HflJ!PSJf.:AO BANK
2363235 VA~Gt.JARD NATIONAL BANK
HEMPSTEAD
230290 LO"lG I SL ANO BAf..lK
HICKSVILLE
HlGHLANO
7.363300 FIRST N3 OF HIGHLAND
2363360 H0"1!:R NATIONAL BANK
HO"'ER
23'>3540 FtPST NB & TR CO Of ITHACA
ITHACA
l THACA
2363560 TC"PK!NS COUNTY TRUST CO
216Jsqo BA~lKERS TRUST CO OF WSTRN NYJA•ESTOWN
JAMESTOWN
236360 I FIRST NAT !3K OF JAMESTOWN
2 363630 Fl~ST NB OF JEFFERSONVILLE
JEFFERSONVILLE
23636130 KEESEVILLE NATIONAL BANK
KEESEVILLE
2)63740 KINGSTON TRUST COMPA"IY
KINGSTON
2363760 RONDOUT NATIONAL 6tNK
KINGSTON
2v,;a20 JfFFERSON N.ATIONAL BANK
LAFARGEV ILLE
l lBERTY
2363910 SULLIVAN CTY NB GF LIBERTY
LITTLE FALLS
2303960 LITTLE FALLS NATIONAL BANK
2364130 LYON.5 PMTIONAL 8ANK
LYONS
MAHOPAC
2364160 MAHOPAC NATIONAL 9A~K
2364170 CITIZENS N3 OF MALONE
MALONE
2.lb4ld0 FAq"1ERS NS OF MALONE
MALONE
2.164375 E"1PIRE NATIONAL BANK
~IOOLETOWN
2364400 OPA~lGE CCUNTV TRUST COMPANY MIODLETCWN
23f.45l0 NAT UNION 6K CF MDrHICELLO MOST !CELLO
2364550 FIRST NB OF ~ORAVIA
MORAVIA
!~l,46°1"0 NA~UET NATIONAL BANK
NANUET
2364690 COLU~BUS TRUST COMPANY
NEW9URGH

NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY

59653
l6870
20357
24149
31257
53369
39110
110479
116995
18384
631993
23311
41698
63690
169432
145400
46628
42279
22165
14234

191240
20046

132060
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19867
72227
112931
167523
137545
26771
31837
82818
40794
18136
74560
14978
17703
23434
21723
72223
~36798
38710
21093
26630
94699
34295

121
VLTCSH

1111
588
138
280
876
860
731
3864
2427
315
14386
340
1197
1107
4810
2519
691
1003
537
191
4578
224
2103
820
256
845
1910
4216
3072
243
637
2039
960
426
1276
376
217
447
366
l991
7970
1395
657
219
2224
1027

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131
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REQBAL

EPA

1611
128
766
643
704
1579
974
2103
3461
474
26837
708
668
2524
2522
H55
1328
755
339
399
10198
715
5961
3467
536
2749
3875
4076
3290
760
939
2713
1137
211
2700
187
577
578
667
1257
15219
796
481
780
2701
532

342
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73
133
0
313
0
542
2421
0
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0
0
1010
1431

3208
218
0
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5473
0
4590
2229
0
1463
2508
2884
2336
62
0
1352
0
0
1636
0
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0
0
288
5127
0
0
87
1058
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151
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0
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0
0
0
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0
0
0
0
16903
0
0

0
0
0
0
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0
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0
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0
0
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161
OIF

131-151
1611

128
7b6
643
704
1579
974
2103
3461
474
9934
708
668
2524
2522
4355
1328
755
339
399
8532
715
5961
3467
536
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3875
4076
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760
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2364700 HI GHLANO NB OF NEWBURGH
2364840 BANKERS TRUST COMPANY
2364880 SANK OF NEW YORK
2364898 BARCLAYS BANK OF NEW YORK
2364915 BRADFORD TRUST COMPANY
23~4q1')2 CE~TURY NAT BANK & TRUST co
23649~5 CHASE MANHATTAN BANK N A

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21~49'10
2365035
236SlJ4
2'65158
23ti5lb5
2365240
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2165780
2365820
2365840
2365"150
2366020
2366370
2366315
2366470

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2366625
2366640
2366680
2366980
2366910
2 366960
2366970

2366Q9Q
2367020
2361070
2367120
2367150

NEWBURGH
NEW YORK
NEW YORK
NEW VORK
NEW YORK
NEW YORK
NEW YORK
CHE'-UCAL BANK
NEW YORK
CITIBANK NA
NEW YORK
co~~UNITY ~8 & TR co OF NY NEW YORK
TRUNEW YORK
EUROPEAN-A~ERICAN BANK
FLUSHING NATIONAL BANK
NEW YORK
fQEEDOM NB OF NEW YORK
NEW YORK
l'tVING TRUST CO'1PAN'f'
NEW YORK
'1ANUFACTUPERS HANOVER TR CO NEW YORK
NEW YORK
~ERCHANTS SANK OF NEW YORK
MORGAN GUARANTY TR CO OF NV NEW YORK
NAT 3K OF NORTH AMERICA
NES YORK
REPUBLIC NATIONAL BK OF NY
NE• YORK
SCHRODER TRUST CO
NEW YORK
STERLII\(; Ng t TR CO OF NY
NEW YORK
NEW YORK
UNlO~ CHELSEA NAT BANK
UNITED STATES TR CO Of NY
NEW YORK
r,A T BK & TR CO OF NORWICH
NORW !CH
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SECOND NB OF GREENVILLE
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FIRST NS t TR CO OF HA~ILTONHASILTON
SECOND NB OF HAMILTON
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FIRST NS OF HARRISON
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HI LL SBORO
MERCHANTS NB OF HILLSBORO
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JACKSON
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KILLBUCK S<VINGS BANK CO
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fAR.'iERS BANK ING CO
LAKEY IEW
FAli:tFIELO ~B GF LM~CASTER
LMlCASTER
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LANCASTER NATIONAL BANK
LANCASTER
LEBANON CITIZENS NB
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LIMA
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LONDON
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CITY BANK COMPA~Y
LO•A IN
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LUCKEY
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MCARTHUR
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4393660 CITIZENS NB OF MARIETTA
43S3720 NATIONAL CITY BK OF MARION
4~93 750 FIRST NB OF MARYSVILLE
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4393770 FIRST NB IN MASSILLON
4393830 OLD PHOENIX NB OF MEDINA
43Q3870 FIRST NATIONAL BANK
it393q40 CLE't~ONT NATIONAL BANK
4393960 ADA._.S BANK
4393970 CG."'11.\ERCIAL AND SAVINGS BANK
43'B9S5 CONSU:-1ERS NATIONAL BANK
4393990 Ml"lERVA. BANKING COMPANY
4394020 MINSTER STATE BANK
43'"10'1"0 FIRST NB OF MIOOLETO'l'iN
4394070 ~,a OF MONTPELIER
4394090 elRST NB OF WARRE_N CTY
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4394140 BROWN CTY Nf\ Of MT ORAB
43q4160 STERLING STATE BANK
4394170 IS T-KNOX NB Ill HT VERNON
43q4190 KNOX COUNTY SAVINGS BANK
4394200 COM:-IUNITY BANK
4394250 FIRST NS OF NEWARK
4394270 PARK NATIONAL BANK.
4394290 FIRST NB IN NfW eREMEN
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4394530 NI LE$ 8ANK CO
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4394640 ,•,s OF OAK HARBOR
4394650 OAK HARBOR STATE BANK CO
43~4690 OBERLIN SAVINGS BANK CO
43°4720 FIRST NAllONAL BANK
43~4730 ORRVILLE SAVINGS BANK
43948)0 LAKE CTY N3 OF PAINESVILLE
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4395010
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PLYMOUTH
Fass BK C SVGS co OF POMEROYPGSEROY
PO,SEROY NA Tl ONAL BANK
P CME ROY
AMERJ CAN BANK
PORT Cl!NTON
PORT CLINTON NATIOtlAL BANK
PORT CLINTON
NS OF PORTSMOUTH
PCRTSMOUTH
SECURITY CENTRAL NAT BA.NK
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QUAKER CITY
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ST HENRY BANK
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HOME BANKING CO
ST MARYS
FASMERS NB OF SALEH
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CITIZENS BANKING COMPANY
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THIQ.O Ne OF SANDUSKY
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TIFF IN
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DSB

NAME

TDEP

LOCATION

4396190 PrnPLES BANK & TRUST COHPANYVAN WERT
4396200 VAN WERT NATIONAL BANK
VAN WERT
'i396220 PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK
VERSAILLES
439b2b0 H'J~TINGTN 1ST NB OF MONA CTYWADSWORTH
4396270 WAKESA~ BANK CO
WAKf."AN
439t..Z80 FIRST NAT BK OF WAPAKONETA WAPAKONETA
4'.?- 0 6290 PEOPLES tlB OF WAPAKONETA
WAPAKONETA
43<16300 S£C3e<D NAT eANK OF WARREN
WARREN
43llt.310 UNION SAVl11GS ANO TRUST CO WAPRE N
4'3'tb330 FII\ST NB Or WASH COURT HOUSEWASH COURT HOUSE
4J9bl70 PEOPLES STATF SANK
WAUSEON
4'3CJ63SO FIRST NAT BANK OF WAVERLY
WAVERLY
1tl'°lb410 WAY~ESVILLE NATIONAL BANK
WAYNESVILLE
43qb430 FIRST NAT BK CF WELLSTON
WELLSTON
4]Cl6450 Hil"I VALLEY BANK
WEST ALEXANDRIA
4J':}6bl0 CL lN C1Y Nat re OF WILHINGTONWIL"-INGTGN
4,3Q66l0 FIRST r-1AT 6K OF WILMINJTCN
WIL.SINGTON
43'!bb'.)0 HU'lrl ~GTON BK OF WOODVILLE
WOODVILLE
~)96670 CITIZENS NAT BK OF WOOSTER WOOSTER
43%090 ~AY~E COUNTY NB OF WOOSTER
WOOSTER
4,'l6710 ClZ~S f IRST NB OF GREENE CTYXENIA
43<;67~0 XE~HA NI\T IONAL BANK
XENIA
4396750 DOLLAR SAVINGS t TRUST CO
YOUNGSTOWN
43%7b0 ~AMON ING NB OF YOUNGSTOWN
YOUNGSTOWN
43?6780 UNIO-~ NH BK GF vou,iGSTOWN YOUNGSTCWN
43q6790 CITIZENS NB IN ZANESVILLE
ZANESVILLE
4396800 FIRST NAT BK Of ZANESVILLE
ZANESVILLE
OF

257 BANKS AFFECTED IN STATE

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10400060
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FIRST NAT BK & TR CO OF ADA ADA
FIRST NAT BK OF ALTUS
ALTUS
NAT I CNAL BK OF CHRC OF Al TU SALTUS
CENTRAL NAT BK OF Al VA
ALVA
ARDMORE
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FIRST NAT BK & TR OF AROHOREARO~ORE
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BARILESVILLE
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BARTLESVILLE
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BETHANY
FIRST NAT BK & TR CO
BLACKWELL
10400I,i)Q A•E~ICAN NB OF BRISTOW
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NAME

111
TDEP

LOCATION

10400440 FIRST NAT BK OF BROKEN ARROWBROKEN ARROW
10400570 F JR ST NAT BK OF CHANDLER
CHANDLER
1041)0580 UNION NAT BK OF CHANDLER
CHANDLER
1040".)bt.,Q FIRST NATIONAL BK t TR CO
CHICKASHA
l040067C OK NB t TR CO OF CHICKASHA CHICKASHA
10400690 F tR ST NAT BK IN CLAREMORE
CLAREMORE
104()::)740 FIRST NAT BK IN CLINTON
CLINTON
CORDELL
l04008l0 CIJROELL NlftDr1AL BANK
104()0820 F~R~ERS NAT BK OF CORDELL
CORDELL
CUSHING
lJ400<tJO FAPMERS NAT BK OF CUSHING
10400910 FIRST NAT BK Of CUSHING
CUSHING
DEWEY
104009'30 FIRST NAT 9K OF OE~EY
10 1,01040 OKLAH □ ~A NB OF OU~CAN
DUNCAN
10401050 SECURITY NB t TR OF DUNCAN
DUNCAN
DURANT
11401070 flq_Sf NAT BANK IN DURANT
EoMo~m
104011 JO FIRST NAT BK OF EDMOND
ELK CITY
10 ➔ 01130 fAR~[RS NAT BK OF ELK CITY
El RENO
10401 lbO CITIZENS NAT BK t TR CO
10401170 FIRST NB t TR CO OF EL RENO EL RENO
llJ'.,.1)1190 CUHRAL NAT eK t TR
ENID
E~ID
10401190 FIRST NB t TR CO OF ENID
ENID
1041112GO SECUQ.ITY NAT BK Of ENID
10401210 FAIRVIEW STATE 8AtJK
FAIRVIEW
10 1,012135 FAR~ERS t MERCtiANTS NAT BK FAIRVIEW
1()401340 FIRST NAT BK IN FRED !CK
FREDERICK
GUTHRIE
10401~70 FIP.ST NAT 3K CF GUTHRIE
GUYl~CN
10401500 FIRST NB OF GUYMOn
HE N~E SSE V
10 1.01~10 FIR~T tl4T BK OF HENNESSEY
HOP ART
l J4Ul t..-.40 f IP ST NAT BK IN HOBART
l04Jl6'.i0 1ST NB t TR CO OF HOLDENVLLEeCLDENV ILLE
HOHi NY
l04Jlb30 FIRST NAT 8K IN HOMINV
HUGO
l14Cll710 CITIZE'IS STATE BANK.
11401120 SfC 1JRITY FIRST NATIONAL 6ANKHUGO
!DAB El
11401730 IDABEL ~lATlC1"lAL BANK
l'J4f'lB70 PEOPLES NAT eK Of KJNGFISHERK1fo1GflSHER
10 ➔ Qlt;10 A~E'UCAN NA.T AK Of L A1r1TON
l.A,i'l □ N
10401G38 CJTllE'IS NAT BA"IK. OF LA:,n ON LAWTON
LAWTON
104019-tO CITY NATIONAL BK t TR CO
10402020 FIRST NAT BK t TR CO OF
MC ALESTER
,SC ALESTER
l0402010 NA Tl ONAL BANK OF
MADI LL
ll 40 20 50 F JO ST NAT BANK IN MADILL
MARLOW
10402140 STATE NAT BK OF MARLOW
MI AS I
10402240 FIRST NAT !3)( OF MIAMI
104022 53 AMF.q_l(AN NB Of SIDWEST CITY MIDWEST CITY
MIDWEST CITY
10402255 FIRST NB OF MIDWEST CITY
10402340 CITIZENS NAT BK OF MUSKOGEE MUSKOGEE

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137

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BENEFIT TO BANKS COVERED BY MODIFIED H.R. 7

MEM3ER BANKS

Ill
DSB

NAME

TDEP

LOCATION

10402360 FIRST NB t TR CO Of MUSKOGEEMUSKOGEE
10402420 CI TY NAT I ONAL BANK t TR
NORMAN
NORMAN
10402430 FIRST NATIONAL BK t TR
10.:.az440 SECUq ITV NATIONAL BK ANO TR NOR~A~
10402450 FIRST NAT BK Of NOWATA
NOWATA
NOWATA
10402455 VICTORY NAT BK Of NOWATA
10402520 CENTRAL NATICNAL BANK
CKL AHO.•A C ITV
GKlAHO,•A C ITV
10'-02525 CITIZENS ~AT BK t TR CO
104(12530 CITY NAT BK C.TR ca
OKLAHOMA C ITV
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10402 54 0 FIDELITY BANK NA
10402560 FIRST NATIONAL BK C. TR
CKL•HOSA CITY
OKL AHO,'IA CI TY
10402563 FIPST NAT BANK OF BRITTON
CKLAHD,'IA CITY
l'.J4J25b4 FR I ENDL Y NAT BANK IN SW
104""2570 LlflERTY NATIGNal BK t TR CO OKLAHOSA CITY
OKLAH0,"1A CITY
l,:J4025d0 OKLAHO~A NAT BA~)( t T~ CO
CK LAHOMA CITY
10402585 PEWI SQUARE 8:\NK NA
10402620 CJTllf:NS ~,,u BK & TR CO
OKMULGEE
10.:,02022 FIRST NATIONAL BANK & TRUST GKHULGEE
10402640 F JR ST NB OF PAULS VALLEY
PAULS VALLEY
l0.'.t02b50 PAULS VALLEY NATIONAL BANK PAULS VALLEY
PERRY
10'902720 FIRST NAT BK C. TR CO
PONCA CITY
l04'J2750 FIRST NATIONAL BK t TR
PONCA CITY
10402755 PIONEER NATIONAL BANK
h)402 710 Cf'HRAL NAT 8K OF POT EAU
POTE AU
PRAGUE
10402800 FIRST NAT BANK OF PRAGUE
PRAGUE
1040281 0 PRAGUE NATIONAL BANK
PRYOR
10402830 FIRST NAT BK OF PRYOR
10402850 MC CLAIN CTY NATIONAL BK
PURCELL
104 1)2970 NATIONAL BANK OF SALLISAW
SAll I SAW
SAPULPA
10102990 AMERICAN NATIONAL BK C. TR
lfl4029G5 SECU~ITY NAT BK Of SAPULPA
SAPULPA
l04Q30l0 FIRST NAT BK OF SAYRE
SAYRE
104')3()70 AM!:RICAN N~tTC Of SHAWNEE
SHAWNEE
100:.030(}0 FEDrnAL NAT BK & TR
SHAWNEE
11J403130 FIRST NAT SK OF ST IGLER
STIGLER
STILLWATER
lO ➔ 'J3 l-=tO FIRST NAT BK t TR
l')l,•)3150 ST lll~ATER NAT BK t TR
STILLWATER
1 AHL 'EQUAH
10433220 FIRST NAT SK OF lhHLECUAH
TONKAWA
1040335:l FIRST tll\T BK IN TONKAWA
TULSA
10403367 BANK OF 01<.LAHG~A NA
TULSA
104033:30 FIRST N4.T OK £. TR OF TULSA
TULSA
l041J3qo FnuRTH NAT ~K Of TULSA.
TULSA
104333 'H GUA~ANTY NH IONAL BANK
l04J 342 5 UTICA NATIONAL BMJK t:. TR co TULSA
TULSA
1()4) 3426 U"H0'-1 NATION~L BANK
VIN I TA
10403510 FIRST NATIONAL BK t TR

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NAME

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10403750 BANK CF WOODWARD
10403810 FIRST NAT BK OF YUKON
10403820 YUKO'! NATIONAL BANK

OF

1117/79

BENEFIT TO BANKS COVERED BY MODIFIED H.R. 7

LOCATION
WEATHERFORD
WOODWARD
YUKON
YUKON

107 BANKS AFFECTED IN STATE

50
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CRATER NATIONAL BANK
NATIONAL SECURITY BANK
FIRST NAT BANK Of OREGON
l2410c:;60 U•IITED STATES NATIOIIAL BANK
l24105qz DOUGLAS NATIONAL BAIIK
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7 BANKS AFFECTED IN STATE

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FIRST NAT BK OF ALLENTOWN
MERCHANTS NB OF ALLENTOWN
PHILADELPHIA NATIO~AL BANK
CITIZENS NB Of ASHLAND
FAR.~ERS NAT BK OF ATHENS
Fl~ST NAT BANK OF AVOCA
CE,HRAL-PENN NATIONAL BANK
FIRST PENNSYLVANIA BANK NA
GIRARD BANK
•ER CHANTS NAT BK OF BANGOR
FIRST NAT BANK OF BATH
BEAVER TRUST COMPAIIY
FIRST NAT BANK IN BEDFORO
HARTLEY NAT BK OF BEOFORO
NATIONAL BK OF WESTERN PA
PHILSON NAT BANK OF BERLIN
FIRST NAT SANK OF BERWICK
BLUE BALL NATIONAL BANK

161
Dlf
131-151
791
1372
1089
1171

0
0
0
0

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Ht HINNVILLE
MEDFCRD
NEWPORT
PORTLAND
PORTLAND
ROSEBURG
3
2

OR
OR
OR
OR
OR
OR
OR

23427
25948
43718
26760
2816713
26532'19
55758

352
240
939
296
39670
35216
538

777
1075
1322
886
132075
132872
2481

0
0
46
0
5086
5117
1256

ALBION
ALLENTOWN
ALLENTOWN
AR DH ORE
ASHLAND
ATHENS
AVOCA
BALA-CYNWYD
BALA-CYNWYD
BALA-tYNWYD
BANGOR
BATH
BEAVER
BEDFORD
BEDFORD
BERL IN
BERLIN
BERWICK
BLUE BALL

0
0
0
0

86351
891'16
0

777
1075
1322
886
45724
43676
2481

•
•

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PA
PA
PA

PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA

PA
PA
PA

PA
PA
PA
PA

PA

14910
640526
410076
2452375
23205
15466
21565
613613
3433931
2110485
40032
2'1744
72590
27312
217H
52910
13002
41473
62144

2'tl
10189
8979
44090
608
351
379
15H2
42176
66320
249
30'1
3167
673
438
5%
107
367
1178

375
18123
8830
137561
264
202
357
22017
147521
61924
1209
770
820
779
571
1722
358
1276
1548

0
5136
504',
5529
0
0
0
5153
5336
5036
376
47
0
D
0
298
0
181
0

0
10738
1616
8880',
0
0
0
10557
109'165
26133
0
0
D
0
0
0
0
0
0

....
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HAVE NO EARNINGS PARTICIPATION ACCOUNT OR REQUIRED RESERVE BALANCE
HAVE NO REQURED AES ERVE BALANCE

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3420075
342.)0<J9
3420204
3420234
3420270
3420297
3420321
3420328
3420329
34203'i'2
3420360
H20369
34204?3
3420432
442J532
4420540
3420576
3.;20120

151

NEW
RHtAL

HAYE NO EARNINGS PARTICIPATION ACCOUNT OR REQUIRED RESERVE eALANtE
HAVE NO REQURED RESERVE BALANCE

---------------------12410230
124103SO
12410383
12410465
12410520

EPA

375
7385
7214
48757
264
202
357
11460
3H56
35791
1209
770
820
779
57i
1722
358
1276
1548

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3420756
4420837
3420891
3420920
3421026
3••21035
44210<39
342 l 161
342l1'J5
3 1t-21377
3421404
34216~5
34217l0
3421755

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NAME
NAT BANK OF BOYERTOWN
BRIDGEVILLE TRUST COMPANY
BROWNSTOWN NATIONAL BANK
PROVIDENT NATIONAL BANK
FIRST NAT BK OF CANTON
FIRST NB OF CARBONDALE
FIRST NAT BK Of CARMICHAELS

LOCATION

BOYERTOWN
BRIDGEVILLE
BRGSNSTCWN
BRYN MAWR
CANTON
CARBONDALE
CARMICHAELS
SOUTH SI DE NAT BANK
CAI AW I SSA
SOUTHl:AST NATIONAL BK OF PA CHF.STER
CENTRAL PA NATIONAL BANK
CLAYSDURG
COUNTY NATIONAL BANK
CLEARFIELD
ADAMS COUNTY NAT BANK
CUMBERLAND TWP
DALE NATIONAL BANK
DALE
FIRS! NS OF DANVILLE
OANV ILLE
3421'\09 OfNVER NATIO~Al BANK
DENVER
3421 e12 oow~n NGTCWN NAT I ON At BANK
DOWNINGrnWN
3421926 OE?OSIT NATIONAL BANK
OU BOIS
3421911 FIRST NB OF OUNMO~E
DUNMORE
34220't3 EASTON NAT BK t TR CO
EAS!ON
3422142 LAUR.SL NATlmJAL 8At,;K
EBENSBURG
31't?.2160 PEOPLES NB OF EOWARlSVILLE EDWARDSVILLE
3422268 EL VER SON NA. T IONAL ~ANK
ELVERSON
4t.222B6 FAR~ERS NAT BK OF EMLENTON
EHLE NTON
3422322 EPHQ;ATA ,JATIONAL BANK
EPHRATA
4422394 CITIZENS NB OF EVM~S CITY
F.VANS C ITV
3422412 Fl RS T NAT BANK OF EVERETT
EVERETT
3422448 FIRST NAT BANK OF FAIRFIELD FAIRFIELD
342 2 43 4 FIRST NAT BANK IN Fl E !:TWOOO FLEETWOGO
3422520 COM'-tUNITV NATIONAL BANK.
FOREST CITY
3422574 FHlST NB OF FREDERICKSBURG
FRfD[R I CKSBURG
4422'67-8 VALLEY NATIONAL 8Af,,jK
FREE PORT
-'t422646 FIRST NAT BANK OF fRVBURG
FRYBURG
44226'32 FIRST ~JAT aA"IK OF GARRETT
GARRETT
3422709 G!:TTYSSURG NATIONAL 8M~K
GUTYS8URG
3422790 CITIZENS NB OF GREE'ICASTLE
GREENCASTL.E
3422799 FIRST NAT BK OF GREE~CASTLE GREENCASTLE
4422830 SCl.lJH',1!:ST ~ATICNAL BK OF PA GRErnSBURG
4'1228'14 Fl~ST ~AT BK CF MEP.CER CTY
GREE NV l LLE
3422€99 PfOPLES Ng CF SUSOUEHA~~A
HALLSTEAD
HARLEYSVlllE
3422961 HARLEYSVILLE UB (. TR CO
HARRISBURG
3423010 COM.'10f..l'WEAL TH f'.IAT IO~JAL BK
3423096 FIRST ~IAT SANK OF HAMLEY
HAhLEY
)423132 HAZLETON NATIONAL BANK
HAZLETON
HAZlElON
3423140 P[O?LES FIRST NB t TR CO
44231!36 Fl RSI NAT BA.NK OF HERMINIE HERMINIE
34232)4 HERSHEY NATIONAL BM~K
HERSHEY

PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA

111
TDEP

121
VL TCSH

109129
58505
23637

1510
906
353
25428
229
1636
462
368
9229
1681
1239
1452
1204
536
597
773
2146
432
2548
1970
448
307
109
987
4622
578
610
291
507
314
326
68
112
976
391
538
3448
3211
651
943
16108
111
1647
3902
575
696

1332658
18027
80895
21876
18791
48 598 I
55651
77695
105892
53834
38460
414 75
42380
121744
34026
148189
111837
36237
18350
13941
7132b
78059
28765
13972
17806
25806
13778
34362
17369
19108
74277
45039
27920
1847B6
145004
23038
45597
665006
18476
113919
122483
31913
60852

I 31
1977
REQBAL
3362
1921
608
M544

452
1370

558
346
19633
754
3063
2939
1057
950
1159
1161
3959
836
4087
3159

814
481
451
206b
0

749
0
383

418
227
1273
708
613
2356
1396
528
t057
2937
230
1015
20584
526
273B
980
701
2480

(~I

NEW
EPA

(51
NEW
REQBAL

1731
651
0

0
0
0

5491

44439

0
0
0
0

0
0

0
0
0
0
10975
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

5325

11513

32
870
0
0
1182

0
0
0
0
0

5412
0

1377
968
0
0
D
0

1806
58
2246

1613
130
0
0
627
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
36
1095

118
0

4199

IH2

(61
Dlf
131-( 51
3362
1921
608
20105

452
1370
558
346
8658
754
3063
2939
1057
950
1159
1161
3959
836
4087
3159

814
481
451
2066
0
749
0
363

H8
227
1273
708
613
2356
1396
52B
6057
2931
230
1015
9071
528
273B
960
TOI
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342328 5 H'JNESDALE NATIONAL BANK
HONESDALE
3423303 FIRST NAT BK OF HONEY BROOK HO~EY BROOK
3423366 GRANGE NB OF L YCC~ I NG CTY
HUGHESVILLE
3!t23393 PENN CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK HUNT INGOON
3423411 UNIO~ N8t:TR CO OF HUNT INGDONHUNT INGOON
4423456 NAT BANI<. OF lHE COMMON'rlEALTHlf\OIANA
lt423t,65 SAVINGS & TRUST CO GF PA
!~DIANA
4423510 PITTSBURGH NATIONAL BANK
JEAt..:'IETTE
3'9235 116 FIRST N..\T BANK OF JER,"tYN
JERMYN
3423573 FIRST NAT 8Ar4K OF JESSUP
Jf SSUP
J l.'1 THORPE
3423575 JI"" THORPE NATIONAL SANK
34236J9 ,'10X'-IA~ rJAT 8Ar4K. OF JOHNS TCWNJOHNS TOWN
3.42361!! USITED STATES NATIONAL BAN!<. JOHNSTOWN
KENNETT SQUARE
34?3645 NAT tO~AL BK & TR CO
44?)6'11 FAR.'•4:'.RS NAT BK OF KI TT ANN I NGK I TT ANN I NG
lt4?3690 MERCH•NTS NB OF KITTANNING KITTANNING
3423762 GRA,'Vif UAT 8K OF ~YC'-tlNG
LACEYVILLE
3421771 FIRST NAT BK OF LAKE ARIEL
LAKE ARI EL
).;?38·18 NAT ?O'lAL CENTRAL BA~K
LANCASTER
3'423870 CITIZENS NAT BK OF LANSFORD LANSFORD
t.423CJJ6 C"1RC NS OF kEST ... OR(LArm CTY LATROBE
3423?42 F AQ:'if: RS P~US T CO OF LEBANON LE6ANON
3423969 LEBArlON VALLEY NATIONAL BK
LEBANON
3423987 PEOPLES NAT BANK GF ll:BAN □ N LEBANOtl
44240J5 FIRST NAT BANK OF LEECHBURG LEECHBURG
3424()14 FIRST NAT BANK OF LEESPORT
LEESPORT
34240'.':)!3 LEWIS!3URG nATIONAL BANK
LEW I SBURG
J't240IJ6 UN I~)~ NAT BA"IK OF LEWISBURG LEWISdURG
3424104 LEWISTCW~ TRUST CO~PANY
LEWI ST OWN
3't24l22 RUSSELL nAT BK OF LEW IS TGWN LEWI STOkN
3"t24l94 C 0~."1:JN I TY NAT BK OF S PA
LITTLESTCWN
3424257 LUZER~~E NATIONAL BANK
LUZ ERNE
34243)2 FIRST NB OF MC CONNELLSBURG MC CONNELL SBURG
342431 l FULTGN cou~TY NATIONAL BANK MC CONNELL SBURG
4424347 SC KEE SPORT NATIONAL SANK
MC KEESPORT
3424473 "IArlHE IM NA.TI ONAL BANK
MANHEIM
3424491 FIRST CITIZENS NAT BK
MANSF IELO
34245JO FIRST N•T BANK OF MAPLETCN MAPLETON
44245b3 MA~IQN CENlER N4TIONAL BANK MAR ION CENTER
4424572 "'IAPS NATICNAL BANK
MARS
4't24b1)~ SEC~~rn NAT B< Cf MASONTO\,,N
MASONTOWN
44.!.4672 FIR ST ~/ATIONAL BA\!K OF PA
MEADVILLE
3424752 FIRST NAT BK CF ~[RCERS9URG MESCERSBURG
4424770 CITllEllS NB Of MEYERSDALE
•EYERSDALE
34?473q S< I 'lEFORD NB OF MI DOLE BURG MIDDLEBURG
3424790 TRI-COUNTY NATIONAL BANK
MIDDLEBURG

PA
PA
PA
PA

PA
PA
PA
PA
PA

PA
PA
PA
PA
PA

PA
-PA
PA

PA
PA
PA
PA

PA
PA

PA
PA
PA
PA
PA

PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA

PA
PA

I 11
TDEP

121
VL TCSH

29569
20351
18109
64803
55016
173146
121977
2403317
70392
14700
13644
60563
305266
51348
20226
28733
18089
12652
1067749
13539
52600
31597
116253
44549
39860
34 725
28194
15857
23124
80515
28912
22877
20285
15281
60503
30179
44899
24029
14580
35427
27923
39b052
15645
15442
33449
66164

455
173
245
1223
876
3684
1523
31718
1091
310
271
1670
7460
680
244
618
170
77
14808
118
1209
356
2505
957
802
476
480
23-3
414
1860
668
418
297
241
2468
369
672
563
181
484
641
6039
159
125
584
B84

1111119

I 31
1917
REQBAL

141
NEW
EPA

673
632
4H
1711
1560

0
0
0
375
511
3999
3066
5078
213
0
0
213
5462
838
0
0
0
0
5070
0
0
0

son

5030
131784
1573
151
2H
1288
7932
I95 I
642
692
428
338
38903
324

151
NEW
REQBAL
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

85654
0
0
0
0

1464
0
0
0
0

0
26H4

0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0

173

0

0

692
383
579
1701
417
356
597
401
694
810
1218
3b3
372
1277
4T7
13344
443
522
750
1899

0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
5741
0
0
0
0

1133
970
2674
952
784

465

645
0
0
0
0
0

4
0
0
0
7

0
5078
0

0
0

SIT

161
Dlf
131-151
673
632
434
1711
1560
5097
5030
46130
1573
151
244
1288
6468
1951
642
692
428
33B
12159
324

1133
970
2b74
952
784
773
692
383
579
I TOI
417
356
597
401
694
BIO
1218
363
372
1217
4T7
7603
443
522
750
1899

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NAME

4424815 FIRST NAT BANK OF MIDLAND
3424860 JUNIATA VALLEY NAT BK
342486q f IRST NAT BK Of PIKE CTY
3424890 UPPER OAUPHI N NAT BANK
3424914 FARSERS NS£ TR CO
3424932 FIRST NH BK CF MILLVILLE
3424950 Ft'lST NAT 3ANK OF HILT □~
"3424968 FIRST NAT BK OF Ml"<ERSVILLE
4425iJl3 NATl•JNAL BK OF BEAVER CTY
3425:)76 cournv NAT BANK OF :-'ONTROSE
3;25 l? l LJgERTY ST B!<. OF "IT CARMEL
3425130 UN I o~i NB OF '10UNT CA'UiEL
342 5 l 66 UN ( ON NA Tl ONAL MT JDY BK
34252'.13 NUH ICOKE NATIONAL HANK
342'5328 NAZARETH NAT BK & TR CO
3425]37 SfCONO NAT BANK OF N,AZARETH
3425346 NErFS NATIONAL BANK
442 542 7 CITIZENS NO OF NEW CASTLE
4425436 FIRST Ng Of LAWRENCE CTY
34~5472 CUH8ERLANO CTY NAT BK
3425508 ,Ew HClLA"D FARMERS NAT BK
3425~17 SCLEf\URY rm OF NEW HOPE
31t25598 FIRST N.\l'lONAL BK & TR CO
342 5616 t:EW TRJPClt NATIOUAL BANK
3425652 FIRST NB OF NICHOLSON
l425b97 C[MrnT N 8 NORTHAMPTON PA
442',124 NATIONAL BANK OF NORTH EAST
3425733

3425832
34 2 5 93 5
3425':lt;O
342 5904
3425('Hb

34259d 5
3425994
4426620
4426696
4426723

4426822
342b957

3426966
3426975

3427056
3't2l'l65
44.27119

3427137

TDEP

LOCATION
MIDLAND
HlffllNTCWN
HILFORO
HILLERS BURG
MILLHEIM
MILLVILLE
MIL TON
MINHSVILLE
MONACA
HCNT ROSE
MCUNT CAR•EL
MOUNT CARMEL
HGUNT JOY
NANTICOKE
NAZARETH
NAZARETH
NEF f S

NEW CASTLE
NEW CASTLE
NEW CUMBERLAND
NEW HOLLAND
NEW HOPE
NEWTCWN
~EW TRIPOLI
NICHOLSON
NCkTHAMPTON
NORTH EAST
NORTHU:"18ERLANO NAT 6K
NORTHUMBERLAND
NAT BANK OF OLYPHANT
OLYPHANT
COLUSBIA CTY FARMERS NB
ORANGEVILLE
OR~STOSN BANK
ORRSTOWN
flRST N6 OF PALMERTON
PALMERTON
FIRST No OF PECK VILLE
PECKVILLE
FIR ST NB OF PEN ARGYL
PEN ARGYL
PEN ARGYL
PEN ARGYL 'lA TIONAL BANK
ECUIBANK NA
PITT S8URGH
IRON ANO GLASS BANK.
Pl TT SBURGH
~ELLON BANK NA
PITTSBURGH
UNIO"l NAT BK Of PITTSBURGH Pl TT SB URCH
PORT~GE NATIO~AL BANK
PORT AGE
FIRST riB OF PORT ALLEGANY
PORT ALLEGANY
PORTLAND NATIONAL BANK
PORTLAND
SINERS NAT BK OF POTTSVILLE POTTSVILLE
PEN-~ISVLVANIA N 6 C TRUST CO POTTSVILLE
KEYSTONE NATIONAL BANK
PUNXSUTAWNEY
QUAKERTOWN NATIONAL BANK
QUAKERTCWN

PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA

1/17/79

121
VL TCSH

13192

238

50595
30352

35506

763
406
690
402
220
347
295
1214
765
207
647
391
387
1075
590
ll4
1105

102080

1659

236221
62290
31412
40070
18814
22959
101579
27795
17049
28648
30346
13250
44266

3807

34931
18594
14256
15945
18070
24177
57983
15586
21766
31200
29149
66943
40377
15979

29602

19131
29253
1816828
31830

5531314
892600
30364
14715
l 791I

69'15
287145
106224

44864

131
1917
REQBAL
272
1351
795
724
375
343
389
354
0
1631
363
127
889
516
1400
1004
426

'"'

NEW
EPA
0
225

49
0
0
0

0
0

151
NEW
REQBAL
0
0
0
0
0

0
0

161
Dlf
131-151
272
1351
795

724
375
343
389
354
0
1631
363
127
889
516
1400
1004
426

0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

116

0

0
0

0
0

0
2464
790
0
0
0
0
548
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
965
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
D
0

7346
1950
854
959
484
426
1952
591
374
553
801
434
1010
334
'20

0
31'l
0

0

372
444
406
59
695
662
247

408
3864
8311
1950
854
959
484
426
1952
591
374
553
601
434
1010
334
420

480
34909

593
55557

0
5111

0
39764

593
15793

788
44152

835
285010

0
4929

13473
622
143
215
1322
51•6
1291
615

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LOCATION

TDEP

fAqHERS NB OF QUARRYVILLE
QUARRYVILLE
RIDGWAY NATIONAL BANK
RIDGWAY
CEIITURY NAT BK & TR CO
ROCHESTER
FIOELITY BANK
ROSEMONT
FIRST NAT BANK OF SCOTTDALE SCOHDALE
SCRA~TON NATIONAL BANK
SCRANTON
THIRD NAT BK & TR CO
SCRANTON
-~AqKET STREET NATIONAL BANK SHAMOKIN
MC DOWELL NAT BK OF SHARON SHARON
MEqCHANTS ANO HFGRS NAT BK SHARON
MERCHANTS NB OF SHENANDOAH SH(NANDOAH
FIRST NAT BK OF SHIPPENSBURGSHIPPENSBURG
PEOPLES N3 OF SHIPPENS3URG SHIPPENSBURG
CITIZENS NB OF SLATINGTON
SLATl~GTCN
FIRST NB OF SLIPPERY ROCK
SLIPPERY ROCK
SCMERSET TRUST CO
SOMERSET
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SOUDERTON
S•RING GROVE NATIONAL BANK SPRING GROVE
PEO•LE S NAT BK OF CNTRL PA STATE COLLEGE
FIRST NAT BANK OF STRASBURG STRASBURG
FIRST NATIONAL TRUST BANK
SUNBURY
FIRST IIA T BK CF BRADFORD CTYTOhANOA
FIRST eLAIR CTY IIAT OK
TYRONE
GALLATIN NATIONAL BANK
UNIONTOWN
WARREN NATIONAL BM~K
WARREN
FIRST NAT BANK & TRUST CO
WASfllNGTON
FARMERS NB OF WATSONTOWN
WATSONTCWN
WATSONTOWN NATIONAL BANK
WATSDNTCWN
CITIHNS NH BK & TR CO
WAYNESBORO
FIRST NAT BK & TR CO
WAYNESBCRO
FIRST NB OF WEST CHESTER
WEST CHESTER
FIRST EASTERN BAN~ N A
WILKES-BARRE
WYO~ING NS OF WILKES-BARRE WILKES-BARRE
FIDEL ITV NATL BAIIK OF PA
WILLIAMSPORT
WI LL I A~SPORT NATIONAL BANK WILLIAHPORT
CITIZENS NAT BK IN WINDBER WINDBER
FIRST NATIONAL BK OF WYOHINGWYOMING
DROVERS t MECHANICS NB
YORK
FIRST NAT BANK OF YOUNGWOOD YOUNGWOOD
196 BANKS AFFECTED IN STATE

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PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
PA
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PA
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PA
PA
PA
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159837
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30978
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143
188
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10942
3542
2076
2172
1314
467
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862
532

655
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289
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293
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0
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0
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28647

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127
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0
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COLUMBUS NB OF RHODE ISLAND
INDUSTRIAL NAT BK OF RI
R I HOSPITAL TRUST NAT BANK

LOCATION
NEWPORT
PROVIDENCE
PROVIDENCE
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111
TDEP

121
VLTCSH

40016

0
1316
12382
14352

RI
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118843

RI
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1497099
864516

131
1977
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63671
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CITIZENS & SOUTHERN NB CF SCCHARLESTCN
SOUTH CAROLINA NATIONAL BANKCHARLESTON
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF S C CDLU~BIA
REPUBLIC NUIGNAL BANK
CCLU~BIA
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GUARArlTY BANK ANO TRUST CO FLORENCE
SANK OF HARTSVILLE
HARTSVILLE
FIRST C4ROLINA NATIONAL BANKHARTSVILLE
FIRST NAT BANK Of HOLLY HILLHDLLY Hill
FIRST NAT BK IN ORANGEBURG ORANGEBURG
ROCK Hill NAT BA!IK
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STATE SK OF ALCESTER
CITIZENS STATE BANK
BA:-,K OF BELLE FOuqcHE
FIRST NB OF BERESFORD
FIRST NB IN BROOKINGS
CITIZENS STATE BA~'DEUEL CO NB OF CLEAR LAKE
FAR~ER S STATE B.ANK
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621
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638
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780
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635
1398
615
2333
1602
4621

5269
5120

5166
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0
555
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236
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13680
19552
12823
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780
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635
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1602
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HAVE NO REQUR,EO RESERVE BALANCE

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9460020
94b0030
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9460110
94e0130
9460190
9460310
94603JO
9460540
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ASE~DEEN
ABERDEEN
ALCESTER
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BELLE FCURCHE
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CLE AR LAKE
FLANDREAU
FREEHAN
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20715
13437
37937
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53935
15873
19521
22703
14656
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461
256
1806
58
71
217
84
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3053
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7521
763
443
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1986
40'1
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385
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763
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9461000
9461010
9461020
946II:0
9461140
9461150
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9461290
9461300
9461321
946I3Z3
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9461330
9461540
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9461625
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LOCATION

BANK OF LEMMON
LEMMON
LEMMON
FIRST N8 IN LEH~ON
FIRST NB OF MILLER
HILLER
HILLER
~>ND COUNTY STATE BANK
cc~•ERC IAL TRUST ' SVGS BANKH ITC HELL
FlilST MITCHELL NAT BANK
MITCHELL
HOBR IDGE
CITIZENS B~ CF SOBRIDGE
FIRST NB IN PHILIP
PHILIP
Fl~ST NB IN PIERRE
PIERRE
PIES RE
PIERRE NATION•L BANK
FI ~ST NB OF THE BLACK HILLS RAPID CITY
.,ccaOK cou•HY NATIONAL BANK SALEH
Fl~ST NB IN SIOUX FALLS
SIOUX FALLS
NATIONAL BANK CF S D
SIOUX FALLS
NW NAT BK OF SI aux FALLS
S IO~X FALLS
UN ITEO NATIONAL BANK
SIOUX FALLS
VALLEY NATIONAL BANK
SIOUX FALLS
SIOUX FALLS
•ESTERN STATE BANK
il09ERTS CTY NB OF SISSETON
SISSETON
FIRST NAT BK OF WATERTOWN
WATERTOWN
SECURITY BANK ANO TRUST CO WEBSTER
~ANCHERS NATIONAL BANK
WINNER
FIRST DAKOTA NATl BK
YANKTON
VALLEY STATE BAN~
YANKTON
37 BANKS AFFECTED IN STATE

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SD
SD
SD
SD
SD
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SD
SD
SD
SD
SD
SD
SD
SD
SD
SD
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27119
24072
13569
53417
56640
18882
21373
32507
39502
224811
14234
111715
405518
280927
122929
39000
59856
20052
51728
20047
17866
31214
16594

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121
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75
56
Ill
32
481
465
97
103
257
408
2187

10
1836
3575
2256
1174
415
765
127
526
117
52
206
174

131
1977
REQBAL
801
1037
BOO
461
1593
1901
604
790
1081
1489
8977
498
4253
15871
11047
4437
1246
1557
724
1620
660
611
1168
450

141
NEW

EPA
48
141
91
0
140
381
10
12

42
87
4780
0
2290
4810
4759
2343
0
Ill
0
275
0
20
142
0

C ITllENS NAT BANK OF ATHENS ATHENS
FIRST NB & TC ATHENS TN
ATHENS
FIRST NAT BK OF CENTERVILLE CENTERVILLE
ASER !CAN NAT BANK AND TR CO CHATTANOOGA
CO. . ERCE UN BK CHATTANOOGA CHATTANOOGA
FIRST TN BANK NA CHATTANOOGACHATTANOOGA
FIRST NAT BK OF CLARKSVILLE CLARKSVILLE
Cl EVELAND NAT I O~AL BANK
CLEVELAND
HAMILTON FIRST NAT BANK
CLINTGN
FIRST FAR•ERS & MERCHANTS NBCOLUMBIA
FIRST TN BANK NA CCOKEVILLE COOKEVILLE
FIRST ND OF POLK CTY
COP?ERHILL
FIRST NAT BK OF CROSSVILLE CRUSSVILLE
FIRST NB OF FRANKLIN CTY
DECHERD

161
DIF
I 31-151

0
0
0
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D
0
0
0
0
1129
0
0
6653
2721
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
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801
1037
BOO
461
1593
1901
604
790
1081
H89
7848
498
4253
9218
8326
4H7
1246
1557
724
1620
660
611
1168
450

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HAYE ND REQURED RESERVE BALANCE

--------------

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6470090
6470340
6470360
64703i5
6470388
64704?0
6470470
M70495
6470535
6470560
6470570
6470640
6470700

151
NEW
REQBAL

TN
TN
TN
TN
TN
TN
TN
TN
TN
TN
TN
TN
TN
TN

20149
36037
24274
442077
45360
270396
76599
531H
30427
64018
67723
27098
48521
19915

265
909
319
8049
322
9201
1545
1276
673
1312
1037
350
480
722

643

809
744
15485
1775
7265
2442
1595
812
1961
1870
666
1767
239

0
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0
0

643
809

0

0

H4

5241
635
3088
1244
439
0
850
955
0
636
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6464
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
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1775
7265
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1961
1870
666
1767
239

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8470810
6470910
6470950
6470987
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6471090
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6471520
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6471543
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6472030
64720S5
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6472100
6472102
6472125

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111
TDEP

LOCATION

FIRST NAT BANK OF DICKSON
DICKSON
FIR ST CITIZENS NAT I ONAL BANKOYERSBURG
FAYETTEVILLE
UNION NB OF FAYETTEVILLE
FRANKL! N
HARPETH NB OF FRANKLIN
C,"·"RC UNI ON BK OF SUMNER CTYGALLATIN
FIRST & PPLS NO Of GALLATIN GALLATIN
GATLINBURG
Fl~ST NAT BK OF GATLINBURG
GRErnEVILLE
FIRST NB OF GREENEVILLE
FIRST NAT BK OF GIBSON CTY HU~BOLOT
JACKSON
FIP.ST NAT BK OF JACKSO~
JACKSON
N3 OF COMSERCE Of JACKSON
JACKSON
SECOND NB Of JACKSON
f IR ST ~B Of JEFFERSON CITY
JEFFERSON CITY
JOINS ON CITY
i10J.'HAIN E."tPIRE BANK
FIRST NH BK OF ·SULLIVAN CTYKINGSPORT
1ST TN'BK NA KNGSPRT/BRISTOLKINGSPORT
KNOXVILLE
PARK NAT BANK OF KNOXVILLE
FI•sT NAT BK Of LA FOLLETTE LA FOLLETTE
LA FCLLETTE
PEOPLES NB Of LA FOLLETTE
CY & CTY 8~ OF ANDERSON CTY LAKE CI TY
C~MRC UN BK OF LAHR ENCE CTY LAHR ENCE BURG
LAWRENCEBURG
F-lRST N6 OF LAWRENCEBURG
LAWRENCE COUNTY BANK
LAWRENCEBURG
LENO IR C ITV
FIRST NB Of LOUDON CTY
LEWISBURG
FIRST NAT BK OF LEWISBURG
LEXI NG TON
FIRST NB OF LEXINGTON
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
LIVINGSTON
!ST HRTG BK Of LOUDON CTY NALCUDON
FIRST NAT BK Of MCMINNVILLE MCHINNVILLE
HANC HESTER
FIRST NAT BK OF MANCHESTER
MARYVILLE
BLOU'H NATIONAL BANK
MF.MPH IS
CITY NATIO"Ul BANK.
CC"1'tERCE UNIOtl BK OF HEHPHISM£;'1PHJS
~EMPHI S
FJP.ST TN BK NA HE"1PH(S
NATIONAL ~ANK OF COS,SERCE
ME,"PHIS
MrnPHIS
U"UTEO A"t BK IN MEMPHIS
UNl'J~ PLANTERS NATIONAL BANKMEMPHIS
FIRST eK OF MT PLEASAtlT
MGU•IT PLEASANT
C'o!'-11:tC UN BK OF RUTHf.RFD CTY Ml.lRFREESBORO
f IRS T TN BK NA MU:{FREES80RO MURFREESBORO
•tl.\SHVILLE
CC'1'iERCE U:'fl ON BANK
FIRST A.'1ERICAN NA.l lONAL BANKNASJIVlLLE
f IRS T Ttr·mESSEE BK NA ~St-tVLE~ASHVlLLE
NASHVILLE
T11IRD NA.T BK IN NASHVILLE
UNITED AMER SK Of NASHVILLE NASHVILLE
NEWPORT
NATIONAL BANK OF NEWPORT

TN
TN

TN
TN

TN
TN

TN
TN
TN
TN
TN

TN
TN
TN
TN

TN
TN
TN
TN
TN
TN
TN
TN

TN

TN
TN
TN
TN
TN

TN
TN

TN
TN
TN
TN
TN
TN

TN
TN
lN
TN
TN
TN

TN
TN
TN

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75920
51114
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38459
27162
22926
46639
15837
94365
80150
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22709
18769
178781
45816
35565B
192 86
22617
45646
31887
38535
16385
3bb96
33184
30136
23302
25181
52454
21218
81864
27804
61539
1047210
464680
8237 2
737562
19971
60155
23970
882383
970303
31354
869676
101831
26561

1/17/19

121
VLTCSH

494
13B2
737
719
460
984
1152
1099
409
2400
153b
1249
942
380
8111
2210
5810
313
378
681
287
4%
254
562
728
338
309
269
747
409

1661
448
216
39979
8343
975
19 I 58
493
1042
498
9779
18790
540
9165
898
b03

131
1971
REQBAL

141
NEW
EPA

1008
25b2
1494
2224
1094
193
0
1379
257
2220
2143
2580
30
456
2040
736
13273
444
622
1046
958

0
1247
317
1175

1165

150
0

344
Obi
678
1079
634
632
1675

529
2241

679
2757
20279
16581
3108
26420
387

1324
524
34080
37927
839
39801
3714
630

155
0
0
102
0
1031
1044
1513
0
0
0
0
5394
0
0
180

199
42
0
0
0

75
675
0
1008
0

1755
5226
5490
1693
5334
0
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5249
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BENEFIT TO BANKS COVERED BY MODIFIED H.R. 7

MEMBER BANKS

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MEMBER BANKS

NAME

5510020 WASH! NGTON COUNTY NAT BK

LOCATION

ABINGDON
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5510265 1ST N EXC BK GF MONTGMRY CTYBLACKSBURG
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5510360 PLA'ITERS BK CF BRIDGEWATER
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5510490 NATIONAL BANK ANO TRUST CO CHAR LOTT ES VILLE
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5510514 FI~ ST r. MRCH NB OF TI DEWATERCHE SAPEAKE
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5510580 FIRST NB OF CHRISTIA~SBURG CHRISTIANSBURG
5510532 FIRST VA BANK OF THE SW
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5510620 F lRST "B OF CllFTOfl FORGE
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5511360 BANK CF NORTHU~B~RLANO INC

5510080 FIRST NB OF ALTAVISTA
5510130 FAP~~RS NB OF APPOMATTOX
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NA•E

LOCATION

F IOELITY AftER BK NA RICHIIONDHENRICO CO\JtlTY
Ng BANK OF RICHMOND
HENRICO CTY
VIRGINIA NAT BANKIHENRY CTY HENRY CTY
F IOEL ITV A• BK NA NRTHRN VA HERNDON
FIRST VIP.'>INIA BAflK-SOUTH
HURT
GRAYSON NATIO~AL BANK
INDEPENDENCE
POWELL VALLEY NATIONAL BANK JONESVILLE
8A.N!<. CF LMJC.\STER
KILMARNCCK
CHESAPEAKE NATIONAL BArlK
KILMARNGCK
PEOPLES ~B OF LEESBURG
LEES!!URG
UNITED VA 8K I ROCK8RIOGE
LEXl~GTCN
FIP.ST NB Of LURA•
LURAY
PAGE VALLEY NB Of LURAY
LURAY
f IDCL IT'l' A~ER1CI\N PANY.. NA
LYNCHBURG
ll'lll ED VA BK I FIRST NAT
LYNCHBURG
VIRGINIA NAT BK/LYNCHBURG
LYNCHBURG
FIRST ~ANASSAS BANK & TR CO MANASSAS
MARS~ALL NAT BK & IR
MARSHALL
f IRST N3 OF MARTINVILLE
HART I NV ILL£
FA~HERS BA~K Of MATHEWS
HATl<EWS
~I 0JL[6URG NATIONAL BANK
HIDOLEBURG
f IRST N•TIOtlAL ,SANK
NARROWS
CITIZENS NATIONAL BA'IK
NEW ,iARKET
00,"11NIO~ NS CF TIDEWATER
NORFOLK
UNITED VA BKISEABOARO NAT
NORFOLK
VIRGINIA NATIONAL BANK
NORFOLK
flPST NB IN ONANCOCK
ONANCOCK
FARSERS&MRCH '18 IN ONLEY
ONLEY
f IR ST NB Of POQUOSON
POQUOSON
FIDELITY A" BK NA TIDEWATER PORTSMOUTH
FIRST VA SANK-MANASSAS NAT PRNC WILLIAK CTY
FIRST VIRGINIA BANK-FIRST NAPURCELLVILLE
FIRST & •RCH NAT BK
RADFORD
STATE BANK Of REMINGTON INC RESINGTON
RICHLANDS NATIONAL BANK
RICHLANDS
BAN~ Of VIRGINIA
R ICHHOND
CENTRAL NAT BK Cf RICHIIOND R ICH•ONO
OOSHIIO'I NB OF RICH>IONO
R IC>l,.OtlD
flRST&,iERCHANTS NB
RICHMOND
FIRST VIRGINIA BK-COLONIAL R ICHMONO
SOUTHERN BANK ANO TRUST CO RICHMOND
U~IT~D VIRGINIA SANK
RICHMOND
VIRGINIA NAT B.ANK/RICH.~ONO R ICHMONO
FIRST NAT EXCHANGE BK
ROANOKE
NEW BANK Of ROANCKE
RCMlOKE
COLONIAL-AMERICAN NAT BK
RCANOKE COUNTY

TDEP

121
VL TCSH

131
1971
REQ!AL.

VA
VA
VA
VA
VA
VA
VA
VA
VA
VA
VA
YA
VA
VA
VA
YA
VA
VA
VA
VA
VA
VA
VA
VA
VA
VA
VA
VA
VA
VA
VA
VA
VA
VA
YA
VA
VA
VA
VA
YA
YA
YA
YA
VA
YA
YA

1587 l
154H
16744
23548
36145
20551
27871
29741
19632
35405
28109
22628
17975
384119
119491
16883
21614
19126
131765
22122
20955
35304
22326
114348
364212
1739573
19614
33034
16479
104892
33507
23821

44112
15718
25089
522515
307546
103610
1017912
51422
173280
725602
62252
773874
11043
188292

297
431
616
486
605
418
188
274
308
244
391
524
290
6648
2507
399
529
200
3291
374
103
727
254
2874
11519
40504
268
531
203
4212
1520
273
'116
256
468
8446
4474
1730
16889
1407
2633
8458
724
7361
309
3337

405
179
115
65D
780
379
1051
1026
497
1470
928
420
468
11007
3550
395
583
707
2292
565
860
769
581
3500
11888
59326
577
744
387
1314
507
811
998
340
487
16286
11122
4522
43925
1028
5930
28620
2899
33008
0
56H

141
NEW
EPA
0
0

0
0
86
0
63
2
0
236
0
0
0
"842
1830
0
0
0
11
0
0
0
0
1734
5275
5077
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
4991
5118
2610
4879
0
4415
5042
1364
5184
0
3861

151
NEW
REQBAL

0

0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
2304
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2746
35423
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
7253
3493
0
26022
0
172
17078
0
23119
0
0

161
OIF
131-151
405
179
115
650
780
379
1051
1026
497
1470
928
420
488
8703
3550
395
583
707
2292
565
860
769

581
3500
9142
23903
577
744
387
1314
507
811
998
340
487
9033
7629
4522
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1028
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11542
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MEMBER BANKS

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NAME

DSB
5512483
5512484
5512495
5512490
5512500
5512510
5512030
5512632
5;12640
S~l2653
5512655
5512725
'5'512740

5511748
5512760
5512~40

5512850
5>12860
5512880
5512904
5512911
55129-tO
5512950
5512960
5c:;L!975
55129go
5513050
5513070
5513030
5513101
5!11?145
5513150
OF

TDEP

LOCATION

FOLTY AH BK NA ROANOKE YLLY ROANOKE COUNTY
FIRST VA BK OF ROANOKE VLY ROANOKE COUNTY
UNTO VA BK ~F ROANOKE NA
ROANOKE CTY
BANKERS TRUST CO
ROCKY ~OUNT
PEOPL~S NATIONAL SANK
ROCKY MCUNT
ROU~~ HILL NATIONAL BA~K
ROUND HILL
SOUTH BOS TON BtTC
SOUTH BOSTON
UNTO VA BK/C TZNS OF S BOSTONSOUTH BCSTON
CITIZENS BANK INC
SOUTH HILL
ALEXANDRIA NAT BK Of N VA
SPP. I NGF I ELD
NORTHERN VIRGINIA BA~K
SPRINGFIELD
UNITED VA BK / NAT VALLEY
STAUNTON
FIRST NB OF STRASBURG
STRASBURG
FIRST VIRGINIA BANK N A
STRASBURG
FIRST NAT BK OF STUART
STUART
SOUTtiSlOE BANK
TAPPAHANNOCK
BANK OF TAZEWELL COU'ITY
TAZEltELL
TAZEWELL NATIONAL BANK
TAZEWELL
FlqST NB OF TROUTVILLE
TROUTVILLE
DO'IINION NB OF NORTHERN VA VIENNA
UNITED VIRGINIA BANK-NAT
VIENNA
FAU~lllER NB OF ·wARRENTON
WARRENTON
WARRENTON
PEOPLES NB OF WARRE~TGN
U:'~THEF.1\1 NECK ST" BK
WARSAW
OOMINIGN NATIONAL BANK
WASHINGTON CTV
BANK OF SAVERLY
WAVERLY
U'II TED VA BK CF l<ILLIAMS8URGWILLIAMS8URG
FAR.SERS & MERCHANTS NAT BK WlNCHESTER
SHENANDOAH VALtEY NB
WINCHESTER
WI SE COUNTY NA Tl ONAL BANK
WISE
H'I NAT BK OF THE PENINSULA YORK COUNTY
FIRST NAT 8ANK 0F YORKTGWN YGRKTGHN
0

124 BANKS AFFECTED IN STATE

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125301~0
12530290
12530468
12530i65
1253085I

1/17/79

BENEFIT TD BANKS COVERED BY HOOi FIED H.R. T

BELLINGIIAM NATIONAL BA~K
NORTHWEST NATIOtlAL BAN(
FIRST NAT BK OF ENUMCLAW
SOUTH SOUND NATIONAL BA~K
FAP. .• ERS & MERCHANTS SANK
PACIFIC NB OF WASHINGT0,1

74
38

VA
VA
VA
VA
VA

VA
VA

VA
VA
YA
VA

VA
VA

VA
VA
YA
VA
VA
VA
VA
YA
YA
VA
VA
VA
VA
YA
YA
YA

VA
YA
VA

16736
51314
49091
32617
40277
15141
37561
30911
26750
135153
127026
41774
24427
47168
25676
31407
50222
30940
13487
138353
456059
39949
21260
25847
69619
15475
69652
144096
61269
63209
125119
16500

121
YLTCSH
337
1130
1282
387
626

118
879
398
551
3069
3448
734
279
617
736
452
1059
425
221
H74
10373
358
433
339
1329
234
1671
2964
943
955
4550
447

131
1977
REQBAL
324
1093

95I
866
965
455
757
957
628
4309
4084
1323
677
1386
254
925
1315
1188
298
4989
18216
1573
620
815
2451
427
1889
4264
1869
2829
3217
275

141
NEW
EPA

151
NEW
REQBAL

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

a
a

IT

26H
2228
24
0
293
0
0
0
0
0

2589
5262
227
0
0
1166
0
746
2830
767
1548
925
0

a

0
0
0
0
0
0
8678
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

161
DIF
131-151
324
1093
951
866
965
455
757
957
628
4309
40e4
1323
671
1386
254
925
1315
1188
298
4989
9538
1573
620
815
2451
427
1889
4264
1869
2829
3217
275

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HAVE NO EARNINGS PARTICIPATION ACCOUNT OR REQUIRED RESERVE BALANCE
HAYE NO REQUREO RESERVE BALANCE

-------------------------------------------------------------------------BELLINGHAM
CLARK CCUNTY
ENUMCLAW
LACEY
CPPORTUNI TY
SEATTLE

WA
WA

WA
WA
WA
WA

71375
27182
38582
23723
35687
l 005 B88

1301
322
431
490
627
1B389

2899
1003
1184
b98
1156
36440

1514
0
35
0
0
5097

0
0
0
0
0
22566

2899
1003
1184
698
1156
13874

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BENEFIT TO BANKS COYEREO BY MOOIF IEO H.R. 7

NA~E

12530860
12530867
12530870
12 530~SO
1253~9SO
l253J990
12531020
125310~0
OF

PEOPLES NAT BANK OF WASH
SEATTLE
RAINIER NATIONAL BANK
SEATTLE
SEATTLE-FIRST NATIONAL BANK SEATTLE
SEATTLE TRUST ANO SAYINGS BKSEATTLE
FIRST NB IN SPOKANE
SPOKANE
OLD NS OF WASHINGTON
SPGKANE
FIRST NB OF STANWOOD
STANWOOD
PUljET SOUNO NATIONAL BANK
TACOMA
14 BANKS AFFECTED IN STATE

WA
WA
WA
WA
WA
WA
WA
WA

4
3

554,)230

554~235
5540240
5540250

5540260
554J2ao

5540290
554)320
554J390
5540415

5540420
554Q'o25
5r,4J430
5540490
5540495
5540515
554•J550

55405 ~o
5-c;4os?o

5540620
5540630

121
YL TCSH

937993
2318452
4044962
344774
59B30
783B16
23677
456618

17021
35315
69347
6313
1334
15250
356
11764

131
1977
REQBAL
40233
108568
174553
12227
2033
29037
614
12717

141
NEW
EPA
5U6
5222
5081
5010
681
5093
0
5024

151
IIEk
REQSAL
25213
7H72
109985
3923
0
16789
0
3566

161
OIF
131-151
15020
33796
64568
B304
2033
12248
614
9151

•

•

HAYE NO EARNINGS PARTICIPATION ACCOUNT OR REQUIRED RESERVE BALANCE
HAVE ND REQURED RESERVE BALANCE

----------------------5540010
5540060
554,)()70
554JOS5
5540090
5549120
554')1)0
55•n5o
5540170

111
TOEP

LOCATION

1/17/79

FIRST NAT BK OF ALDERSON
ALDERSON
BECKLEY NATIONAL BANK
BECKLEY
RALEIGH COUNTY NAT OK
BECKLEY
f IRST NAT BANK OF BELLE
BELLE
CTZ NB OF BERKELEY SPGS
BERKELEY SPRINGS
FIPST tlAT BANK OF BLUEFIELD BLUEFIELD
FLAT TOP IIAT BK OF BLUEF IELOBLUEF I ELD
BRUCETON BAtlK
BRUCETON MILLS
CENTRAL tlB OF BUCKHANNON
BUCKHANNON
CHl\q_LESTON NATIONAL BANI(
CHARLESTON
CITY NAT BK OF CHARLESTON
CHARLES TON
KANA~HA BK t TR CO NA
CHARLESTON
KANArJHA VALLEY BANK ~A
CHARLESTCN
NAT BK Of CHRC OF CHARLESTONCH~RLESTCN
PEOPLES BK OF CHARLES TOWN CHARLES TGWN
~MPIRE N9 OF CLARKSBURG
CLARK SBUP.G
UNl'JN NB OF CLARKSBURG
CLAkKSBURG
CITIZENS NB Of eLKINS
ELK I NS
~OUCEVERTE IIATIONAL BANK
FAIRLEA
CITY NB Of FAIRMONT
FAIR<ONT
COSSUNITY BANK ANO TRUST NA FAl•MONT
FIRST NB IN FAIRMONT
FAIRMONT
BANK CF GASSAWAY
GASSAWAY
GAULEY NATIC~AL BANK
GAULEY BRIDGE
BLUEY ILLE BANK OF GRAFTON
GRAFTON
LINCOLN IIB Of HAMLIN
HA"LIN
FIRST NB OF HINTON
HINTON
NB OF SUMMERS OF HINTON
HINTON
FIRST HUNTINGTON NB
HUNTINGTON
GUAUNTY NB Of HUNTINGTON
HUNT IN~TON

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WV
WV
WV

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WV
WV
WV
WV
WV
WV
WV
WV
WV
WY
WV
WV
WY
WV
WV
WV
WV
WV
WV
WY
i,y

WV
WV
WV
WV

0

674

349

3432
3536
343
552
3327
386B
755
1296

1B392
117526
114319
21650
17044
B4688
103873
24775
46629

101
1559
2383
574
295
752
1708
293
733

674
3781
3536
343
552
3327
386B
755
1296-

0
2579
2252
0
0
1735
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

ZOI072
53672
136932
259036
11B642
17354
5B146
143724

5050
751
1061
3601
3259
1B9
539
1690
878
392
404
59e
1B16
276
253
447
403
332
363
Z144
1497

6653
1698
5927
9543
2506
551

4276
492
4012
5285
564
0
5B2
3B65
0
0
767
367
446
0
439
157
0
0
0
2413
1568

0
0
563
2479
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

46925

27545
56974
5290B
79695
24949
27397
35366
2705B
19235
25822
135007
B6938

2002

5564
1216
769
2145
1573
1801
811
1774
1016
786
442
760
4944
3196

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6653
169B
5364
7064
2506
551
2002

5564
1216
769
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786
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4944
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5540635 HUNTINGTON TR & SVGS BK
HUNTINGTON
55.'.t0645 VALLEY NB OF HUNTINGTON
HUNTINGTON
55 1,0650 PUTNA.S COUNTY BANK
HURRICANE
554Cbg0 NATIONAL BK OF KEYSER
KEYSER
5540700 FISST NB OF KEYSTONE
KEYSTONE
5540710 ALB~IGHT NB OF KINGWOOD
KINGWOOD
5540720 G~EE'rnRtER VALLEY DANK
LEWISBURG
55407)0 PlATIO~AL 8K CF LOGAN
LOGAU
554,)760 so~.-.~ NB OF MADI SON
MAOI SON
55:..1)800 Cl TIZENS NJ CF MAq,JINSBURG
MAP.l lNSBURG
5540820 OLD NS OF MART1,issuRG
MARTINSBURG
H~RTINSBURG
~':!40 8 30 PPL ~B OF "'RTINSSU~G W VA
MATEWAN
5'>40840 ~ATEWAN NATICNAL 3A"IK
55 .. 0990 ~l::RCH ~~8 OF ""'0NTGO~ERY
HGNTGOHERY
55409)0 MO~TGOMER.Y NATIONAL OANK
HONTGO~ERY
5540910 S t.\R VLY NB CF MOOREFIELD
NOOR~F 1 ELD
5~ ... 0910 flkST N8 OF MORG,\NlO't4N
MC'lGANTOWN
55.:.09)3 su~CREST NATIONAL BANK
MORGA NT CWN
454J'?40 FIRST NAT BK AT HOU~OSVILLE MOUNDSVILLE
554!)qg() PEOPLES BK OF MULLENS
MULLENS
45't lllJO f IR ST NB OF 1SEW .•ARTINSVILLENEW SARTINSVILLE
5~41020 FtP.ST CLARK NB OF NORTHFORK NORlHFORK
5541030 ~ERCHA~TS & MINERS NAT SK
OAK HILL
5541C60 PAR~ERSBURG NATIONAL BANK
PAP.KE RS BURG
55410-31) U~IION TRUST NATIONAL BANK
PARKERSBURG
55!, 1140 POTO"'AC VALLEY BANK
PETERSBURG
'l"i4 l l '58 BAR5WUR cournv BANK
PHILIPPI
5'i4ll~0 FJ•ST NB OF PHILIPPI
PHILIPPI
5541190 CITIZENS NB OF PT PLEASANT
POINT PLEASANT
5'41230 PRPICETON BANK A'ID TRUST CO PRINCETON
55 1d223 WESTERN GREENBRIER NAT BANK RAINELLE
5541?.40 CHER~Y RIVER NB OF RICHHOOO RICHWOOD
5541250 BANK OF RIPLEY
RIPLEY
5541260 FIRST NB OF RIPLEY
RIPLEY
R CMNEY
5541270 BANK CF ROl-lNEY
5'5412~0 FIRST t<B OF RO<NEY
RC~UEY
55412?0 FIRST NB IN RONCEVERTE
RONCEVERTE
5~41320 BANK OF ST ALBANS
ST ALBANS
5541325 CITIZE:,s N4TION.t.L BANK
ST ALBANS
ST 1J1AI\YS
5541340 PLE4SA~HS cou~nv BANK
55'-14;)J FIR5.T N3 OF S CHARLESTON
scum CHARLESTON
SPENCER
5541410 Fl<ST '18 CF SPENCEK
5541430 THE TRt.CERS 94NK
SPENCER
5541440 FAR~ERS t ~ERCHANTS 8K
SUMSERSVILLE
554 lt.&O HCME N9 CF SUI TON
SUJTON
5541470 FIRST N3 OF TERRA ALTA
TERRA ALT A

WV
WV
WV
WV

WV
WV
WV
WV
WV
WV
WV
WV
WV
WV
WV
WV
WV
WV
WV
WV
WV
WV
WV
WV
WV
WV
WV
WV
WV
WV
WV
WV
WV
WV
WV
WV
WV
WV
WV
WV
WV
WV
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WV
WV
WV

57609
16311
41480
26836
l92l4
32830
22218
69834
33945
32540
47198
25322
34985
27729
29923
16116
107125
24008
25402
33883
25219
20885
30891
109277
44B48
20841
16178
23945
38895
75327
18166
1584'
17097
27594
20769
15552
2bb54
56<}61

22366
16981
29431
29823
30982
30161
23129
19321

1057
515
206
434
211
568
308
1273
281
258
1435
532
753
696
571
253
1127
777
323
583
536
297
450
2282
899
164
202
307
506
821
360
257
265
675
248
235
298
705
669
238
331
270
318
446
281
220

131
1977
REQBAL
1801
270
1394
691
545
1092
734
2586
1167
1155
898
575
661
500
846
501
4567
209
BIO
902
642
551
962
2780
1155
769
359
698
1206
2520
491
351
448
501
712
442
829
1962
268
466
1027
960
1012
931
691
571

141
NEW
EPA
719
0
335
0
0
0
0
979
175
48
0
0
0
0
0
0
2472
0
0
0
0
0
0
1260
9
0
0
0
18
827
0
0
0
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6010015
60100)0
6010065
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BUTLER
CENTRE
6010520 CHEROKEE COUNTY BANK
60105)0 FARMERS ANO MERCHANTS BANK CENTRE
DADEVILLE
60 l 069 0 SANK OF DADEVILLE
DECATUR
6010693 FIRST STATE BK OF DECATUR
OEHOPOL IS
6010720 ROBERTSON BANKING CO
ELBA
6010780 ELBA EXCHANGE 8ANK
6010805 CITIZENS BANK
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60\0RIO ENTERPRISE BANKING COMPANY ENTERPRISE
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6010820 EUFAULA BANK ANO TRUST CO
6010310 CITIZENS BANK
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60l0'i2:0 FAR"IERS ANO MERCHANTS BANK FOLEY
6010G22 SOUTH BALOWI N BANK
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MC HILLAN AND COMPANY BANKERLIVINGSTON
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22204
11850
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22615
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17640
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36125
11195
17941
17002
28569
24795
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19184
21026
35249
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17380

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411
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236
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323
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243
263
345
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330
308
344
551
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CONTINENTAL BANK
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UNI TEO BANK Of ARIZONA
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PHOENIX
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57105
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111
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8051220 BAf..K OF MC CRORY
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8051430 CQ~"IERC IAL SANK ANO TRUST tOMONTICELLO
8051440 U"II ON SANK ANO TRUS J co
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8051450 FIRST ST ATE BANK
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805 l4b0 PEOPLES BANK t TRUST CO
HOUNTA IN HOHE
8051480 BANK Cf MONTGOMERY COUNTY
MCUNT I OA
8051500 PIKE COUNTY ~ANK
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8051555 MJiCH t PLANTERS BANK
NEWPORT
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12061730
12061169
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91333
21791
169818
126585
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53323
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LAKEWOOD
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1090205
2090270
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1090595
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55381
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2091528
2091530
1091610
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1091755
2091800
1091820
1091882
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FIDELITY TRUST CO
FIRST STAMFORD BANK C TR tO
TERRYVILLE TRUST COMPANY
COLONIAL BANK AND TRUST CO
HA TTATUCK BANK C TRUST tO
WESTPORT BANK C TRUST tD
WILLIMANTIC TP.UST COMPANY
NORTH AMERICAN BANK C TR to

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STAHFORD
STAMFORD
TERRYVILLE
WATERBURY
WATERBURY
WESTPORT
WllllHANTIC
WOLCOTT

34 BANKS AFFECTED IN STATE

16
12

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480
571
7916
1031
1010
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468
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0
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3100145
3100180
3100280
3100325
3100360
3IOH85
3100410
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MILFORD TRUST CONPANY
BALTIMORE TRUST COMPANY
B4NK OF DELAWARE
DELAWARE TRUST COMPANY
PEOPLES BANK C TRUST CO
Wll~INGTON TRUST COMPANY

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LAUREL
MILFORD
SELBYVILLE
WILMINGTON
WILMINGTON
WILHINGTON
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8 BANKS AFFECTED IN STATE

2
2

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314591
79261
18829
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524384
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1033
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8081
600
925
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0
0
0
0
0
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5160
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5157
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0
0
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10183
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0
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DC

49730

1246

0

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6120042
6120050
6120060

STATE BANK OF APOPKA
FIRST STATE 8ANK OF ARCADIA
SUN BANK OF AUBURNDALE
AVO'I CITRUS BANK

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ARCADIA
AUBURNDALE
AVO'I PARK

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0

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38845
15103
24140
25939

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438

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6120065
6120074
6120078
6120079
6120090
6120100
6120105
6120125
6120140
6120141
6120155
6120157
6120164
6120175
6120190
6120197

6120lq8
6120199
6120202
6120204
6120'236
6120254
6120257
6120260
61202~5
6120290
6120292
6120293

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6120304
6120330
6120331

6120335
6120336
6120365
6120370
6120382
6I203S5
6120397
6120400
6120431
612044I
6120442
6120443
6120449

NAME

BENEFIT TO BANKS COVERED BY HOOi F IEO H.R. 7

111
TOEP

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CITRUS & CHEHICAl BANK
BARTOW
BARNETT BANK OF BAVSHORE
BAY SHORE GARDENS
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0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
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0
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0
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0

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0
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HAVE NO REOURED RESERVE BALANCE

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12150030
1215005 5
12150058
12150065
12150090

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HONOLULU
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6 BANKS AFFECTED IN STATE

HI
HI
HI
HI
HI
HI
0
3

229078
1175653
272853
151048
1024771
125013

3847
17539
4255
2790
15850
2190

0
0
0
0
0
0

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5145
5166
2745
5156
2302

HAVE NO EARNINGS PARTltlPATlON ACCOUNT OR REQUIRED RESERVE BALANtE
HAVE NO REQURED RESERVE BALANtE

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12160243
12160300
12160350

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BA'IK OF tOMHERtE
FIRST BANK & TRUST tO OF ID
IDAHO BANK AtlO TRUST CO

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IDAHO FAUS
MALAD tlTY
POCATEHO

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ID
ID
ID

22064
50081
31988
28602

283
518
393
2422

0
0
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604
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0
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NONMEMBER BANKS

BENEFIT TO BANKS COVERED BY MODIFIED H.R. 1

Ill
NAME

DSB

12160365 VALLEY BANK
12160410 FIRST BANK OF TROY
OF

7170680

71 70&90
7170705
8170720
9170725
717J72B
7170765
7170780
7170790
7170925
7170905
117092 5
7171)965
7170995
7171000

AOOISCN STATE BANK
ALGONQUIN STATE BANK
Al SIP BANK
ALTO~ BANKING ANO TRUST co
9A NK CF Al TCN
SThTE BANK OF ANNAWAN
STATE BANK OF ANTIOCH

GERBER STATE BlNK
BK & TR CO OF ARLINGTON HTS
NORTH POINT STATE BANK
NORTHWEST TR & SAVINGS BANK
ASHTON BANK & TRUST CO
STAIE BANK OF AUBURN
FIRST AMER !CAN BK OF AURORA
BAR tLETT StAlE BANK
BA IAVIA BANK
FIRST STATE BANK
BANK OF BELLEVILLE
BANKERS TRUS t COMPANY
BANK OF BELL WOOD
BQO~E SIATE BAllK
u,11 r ED BK OF BELVIDERE
ST ATE BANK OF BEMENT
BENSENVILLE STATE BANK
BANK OF BENTON
BENTON COH,UNltY BANK
BANK OF CM•RC IN BERKELEY
Bl oo• I NGOAL E STATE BANK
CORN BELT BA~K
M(LEAN COUNTY BANK
HERITAGE/Cou,ny BK & TR co
BRIDGEVIEW BAtlK £ TRUST CO
BROAOVIE•-WESTCHESTER ST BK
BANK OF BUFFALO GROVE
BUSBANK STATE BANK
FAR~ERS ANO MERCHANTS ST BK

TDEP

REXBURG
TROY

6 BANKS AFFECTED IN STATE

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7170080
7170125
8170140
Bl70145
7170210
7170230
7170260
7170285
1170290
7170291
7170350
7l70430
7170455
7170540
7170560
7170590
8170625
B 170627
7170665
71 70668

LOCATION

ID
ID
3
2

143050
2'599

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121
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1803
185

131
1977
REQBAL
0
0

141
t~EW

EPA

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REC BAL

26h
0

0
0

161
DI F
131-151

0
0

.

HAVE NO EARNINGS PARTICIPATION ACCOUNT OR REQUIRED RESERVE BALANCE
HAVE NO REQURED RESERVE BALANCE

------------------------------------------------ --------------ADDISON
ALGONQUIN
ALSIP
ALTON
ALTON
ANNAWAN
ANT !OCH
ARGENTA
ARLINGTON HEIGHTS
ARLINGTON HEIGHTS
ARLINGTON HEIGHTS
ASHTON
AUBURN
AURORA
BARTLE IT
BATAVIA
BEARDSTOWN
BELLEVILLE
BELLEVILLE
BELLWOOD
BELVIDERE
BELVIDERE
BE~ENT
BENSENVILLE
BEtHON
BENTON
BERKELEY
BLOOMINGDALE
BLOO~INGTON
BLOOMINGTON
BLUE ISLAND
BRIOGEV IEW
BROADVIEW
BUFF ALO GROVE
BURBANK
BUSHNELL

IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL

44110
2107 2

3H68
54477
19721
17204
67424
14736
82300
28558
25989
13149
18127
26652
20343
23490
17134
65677
32680
32535
13560
36366
18241
67296
57654
30002
28878
32126
78998
55573
100377
2340B
36513
30769
15752
29276

452
288
401
1094
435
110
501
76
578
537
426

124
230
314
258
468
324
775
379
437
330
414
115
532
476
326
430
119
406
812
732
542
758
324
486
187

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

2H

0
0

0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0

194
0
0

906
1496
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
B23
3B
0
0
20
0
996
767
0
0
0
2057

489
2650
0
0
32
0
109

0
0
0
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0
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0
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0
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0
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0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
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8171020
7171035
7171037
7171095
7171098
8171109
8171125
8171160

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8171210
7171250
7171260
717I26l
7171265
8171295
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7171335
7171350
7171420
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7111470
7171475
7171480
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7171'H
71714'5
7171502
71715ll
7171515
7171525
7171530
7171542
7171548
7171552
7171557
7171623
7171629
7171631
7171632
7171635
7171643
7171 b48
7171649
7171651
7171652
7171653

NAME

BENEFIT TO BANKS COVERED BY MODIFIED H.R. 7

UI
TDEP

LOCATION

FIRST BANK AND TRUST CO
CAIRO
FIRST ST ATE BANK
CALU~ET CITY
RIVER OAKS BK t TR co
CALUMET CITY
CANTON STATE BANK
CANTON
co~~UN ITY BANK AND TRUST co CANTON
BAN~ OF CARBONDALE
CMBONOALE
UNIVERSITY BK OF CARBONDALE CARBONDALE
FARMERS ANO MERCHMITS BANK CARLYLE
WHITE COUNTY BANK
CARMI
CAPAOLLTON BANK
ORROLLTON
MARINE TRUST COMPANY OF
CARTHAGE
CARY STATE BANK
CARY
IS T SCRTY BK OF CARY-GROVE CARY
BANK OF CASEY
CASEY
FIRST STATE BANK
CENTRALIA
FARMERS STATE BK OF CHAOWICKCHADWICK
BANK Of ILLINOIS
CHAMPAIGN
COM~ERC IAL BANK OF CHAMPAIGNCHAHPA IGN
ST ATE BANK OF CHERRY
CHERRY
BANK OF CHERRY VALLEY
CltERRY VALLEY
AE T~A BANK
CHICAGO
ALL AMERICAN BANK OF CHICAGOCHICAGO
AMALGAMATED TRUST & SVGS BK CHICAGO
ASHLAND STATE BANK
CHICAGO
BANCO 01 ROMA ICHICAGOI
CHICAGO
CHICAGO
BANK OF CHICAGO
BANK OF RAVENSWOOD
CHICAGO
BEVERLY BANK
CHICAGO
CAPITOL BANK OF CHICAGO
CHICAGO
CHICAGO BANK CF COMMERCE
CHICAGO
CHICAGO CITY BANK ANO TRUST CHICAGO
CHICAGO-TOKYO BANK
CHICAGO
CLEA~ING BANK
CHICAGO
CHICAGO
CCLONIAL BANK ANO TRUST CO
co•• BK & TR co OF EOGEWATERCHICAGO
CHICAGO
EAST S IOE BANK & TRUST CO
FIRST PACIFIC BK OF CHICAGO CHICAGO
FIRST STATE BANK OF CHICAGO CHICAGO
FOR O CITY BANK & TRUST CO
CHICAGO
CHICAGO
GARFIELD RIOGE TR t SVG
GLA~STONE-,rnwooo TR&SVGS BK CHICAGO
CHICAGO
HIGHLAND COM"4UNITY BANK
CHICAGO
HYOE PARK BANK t TRUST CO
l'luEPP<DrnCE BANK Of CHICAGOCHICAGO
CHICAGO
HARTFOPO PLAZA BANK
CHICAGO
ILLINOIS STATE BANK

IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL

IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL·
IL
IL
IL

H
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL

IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL

28847
30768
35961
28352
21730
16585

2169'1
20255
29801
22434
23965
23521
14795
21079

1/17/19

121
VL TCSH

314
832
314
512

334
595
609
280
235

141
205

299
213
225

13982
14739
61949

2H
85
596

41200
15376
14391
98398
18221
192941
20000
12 8488
46870
140062
145136
48266
80393
134345
1B8632
50150
1285H
19198

515
147
3H
979
355
985
422

45624
152848
42B32
148071
40863
15665
26293
101689
58928
29099
31443

179
567
1582
1352
723
800
1690
419
770

IOH
483
524
638
493
2123
498
269
373
952
1506
331
578

131
1977
REQBAL

141
NEW
EPA

151
NEW
REQBAL

0
0
0

0
0
109

0
0

0

0

0

0

0
0

0

0

0
0
23

0

0

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
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0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
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0
0
0
0
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0
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0
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0
0

0

0
0

0
0

0
0
853

0
0

0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0

5166

1542
0
1773
0
0

338

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0
0
0

415
3422
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276
1709
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3095
346

2546
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258
3395
146
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0
0

1598

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0

0
0

3373
0

508
0

0

0
0

44

0

0

0
0

0

0

0
2798

322
0
0
2146
0

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0

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0
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0
0
0
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0
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0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
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0

0

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0
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2503
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NON°'E~BER BANKS

BENEFIT TO BANKS COVERED BY MDDIFIED H.R. 7

Ill
OSB
7171654
7171655
7171657
7171695
7171720
7171755
7171765
7171768
7171810
7171a34
7171835
717l9J5
7171931
7171936
7171940
7171955
7171978
7171980
7172040
7172070
7172094
71721~5
7172160
7172215
8172220
7172260
8172320
7172375
7172377
7172378
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7172338
7172410
7172420
717H65
7172495
7172542
7172545
7172550
7172608
7172700
Bl72770
7172780
7172790
7172800
7172805

NAME

LOCATION

IRYING BANK
CHICAGO
JEFFERSON STATE BANK·
CHICAGO
HERITAGE/PULLMAN BK & TR CO CHICAGO
LOK~SIDE BANK
CHICAGO
lASNOUE TRUST & SAVINGS BK CHICAGO
MADI SON BANK ANO TRUST CO
CHICAGO
MA~UFACTU~ERS BANK
CHICAGO
MARINA BANK
CHICAGO
METROPOLITAN BANK & TRUST COCHICAGO
Ill D TOWN SANK OF CHICAGO
CHICAGO
Md~NT GREEtlWOOD BANK
CHICAGO
NOPTH BANK
CHICAGO
OAK TRUST ANO SAVINGS BANK CHICAGO
PfTERSON BANK
CHICAGO
PIONEER BANK & TRUST CO
CHICAGO
REPUBLIC BANK OF CHICAGO
CHICAGO
S CENTRAL 8K & TC OF CHICAGOCHICAGO
SOUTH CHICAGO SAVINGS BK
PO CHICAGO
UNITED OF AMERICA BANK
CHICAGO
UPPER AVENUE BANK
CHICAGO
kATER TOWER TR &SAVINGS BK CHICAGO
HERITAGE/OLYMPIA BANK
CHICAGO HEIGHTS
CICERO STATE BANK
CICERO
BANK OF CLARENDON HILLS
CLARENDON HILLS
CLAY CITY BANKING COMPANY
CLAY CITY
JOH~ WARNER BANK
CLINTON
STATE BANK OF COLLINSVILLE COLLINSVILLE
HERITAGE BK OF COUNTRY CLUB CNTRY tLB HILLS
EDGEWOOD BANK
CCUNTRYSIOE
STATE BK OF COUNTRYSIDE
COUNTRYSIDE
HERITAGE BANK
CREST Hill
CRETE TRUST & SAVIIIGS BANK CRETE
HCME STATE BANK
CRYSTAL LAKE
STATE BANK OF CUBA
CUBA
BANK OF OA!-IVILLE
OANY ILLE
OAR IEN BUIK
OAR I EN
NORTHTOWN BK OF DECATUR
DECATUR
SOY CAPITAL BK & TR CO
DECATUR
DEERFIELD STATE BANK
DEERFIELD
DES PLAINES BANK
DES PLAINES
FIRST BANK CF DUNDEE
DUNDEE
ILLINOIS STATE BANK
EAST ALTON
EAST DUBUQUE SAVINGS BANK
EAST DUBUQUE
TRI-STATE BK OF E DUBUQUE
EAST DUBUQUE
EAST MOL !NE
STATE BK OF EAST MOLINE
EAST PEORIA
COIUIUIIITY BK OF E PEORIA

TDEP

IL
IL

30608
13554

IL

l8U73

IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL

38213
33693
90394
114264
617H
54780
16828
70067
30899

31173
29964
287418
37824
18917
133670
29950

IL

138135

IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
ll
IL
IL
IL

19221
37227
39958
34500
17483
29187
34850
19679
40452
19094
24494

IL
IL

18768
50722
12946
20649
30341
41528
38996
26707
39139
21353
41699
14210
17207
58271
20567

121
YLTCSH
507
1270
2665
1026
714
757
719
546
1019
222

1137
283
HI
279
1584
719
156
954
417
754
303
345
906
340
133
337
529
248
636
487
383
257
590
132
611
712
824
607
316
568
236
520
146
149
1C85
435

1/17/79

131
1971
REQBAL
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

141
NEW
EPA
0

452
4633
0
0
2362
3717
IOll

0
0

318
0
0

0
0
-100
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

4413
0
0
2196
0

0

4072

594

0
11,2
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0
0

0
0

0

0
0

0

81

0
0
0

0

82

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0

0
0
0
0
0
0

0

569

0

0
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0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0

OIF

0
0
0
0
-4157
0
0
-892
0
-594

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
100
0

161
131-ISI

0
0
0
0
4157
0
0
892

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0

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0
316
0
0
47
0

0
0

0
0
0
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BENEFIT TO BANKS COVERED BY MODIFIED H.R. 1

NONMEMBER BANKS

111
DSB

NAME

TDEP

LOCATION

l / 17/19

121
VLTCSH

131

141

1977

NEW
EPA

REQBAL
8172815
Bl 72850
1172qoo
B 172'110
8l7ZS2Q
717zq54
71 72'170
7172'135
11 72'198
7173010
7173023
7173028
7173040
7173090
717)133
7173137
8173175
8173195
7173210
7173220
7173240
7173280
7173235
7173290
7173313
7173315
7173365
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717342 0
7173460
8173520
7173560
7173562
7173565
7173570
7173573
8173645
8173670

11 n1n
81 73ROO
8173305
7173840
7173850
Tl 73865
7173868
7173875

EDGE,ONT BANK & TRUST CO
EAST ST LOUIS
UNION BANK
EAST ST LOUIS
KANE CTY BANK & TRUST CO
ELBURN
C P BURNETT AND SONS BANKERS ELDORADO
FIRST STATE BANK
ELDCRADO
LARKIN BANK
ELGIN
ELIZABETH
ELIZABETH STATE BANK
gANK OF ELK GROVE VILLAGE
ELK GROVE VILLAGE
ELMHURST
BANK CF ELMHURST
YORK STATE BANK & TRUST CO El~HURST
ELMWOOD PARK
F IP.ST SEC URI TY TR ANO SYG
,1owEST BANK Arm TRUST co
ELMWOOD PARK
WOODFORD COUNTY BANK
EL PASO
EVANSTON BANK
EVANSTON
EVERGREEN PLAZA BANK
EVERGREEN PARK
HER(TAGE/STANOARO BK & TR COEVERGREEN PARK
FAIRFIELD
WAYNE COUNTY BK & TR co
l lNCOLN TRAIL BANK t TR co FAIRVIEW HEIGHTS
FAR.~ER CITY STATE BANK
FARMER C ITV
BANK CF FARMINGTON
FARMINGTON
FLANAGAN STATE SANK
FLANAGAN
FORRESTON STATE BANK
FORRESTON
FOX LAKE
FOX LAKE STATE BANK
FRANKFORT
FRANKFORT STATE BANK
FIR ST STATE BANK & TRUST co FRHKLIN PARK
FRA'IKL IN PAPK BANK
FRANKLIN PARK
GALENA STATE BAflK & TRUST COG ALENA
84NK OF
GALESBURG
CENTRAL TRUST ANO SAYINGS 8KG ENE SEO
GENOA
GENOA STATE BANK
PEOPLES ST BK OF GILLESPIE GILLESPIE
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7174015
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8174175
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EAST JOLIET BANK
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lA GRANGE
LA GRANGE STATE BANK
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LAKE ZURICH
STATE BK OF LK ZURICH
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BAN< OF LANSING
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LE ROY STATE BANK
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BANK OF EGYPT
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MERCHANTS & HNFACTRERS SB
FIRST STATE BANK
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MIDLOTHIAN
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HCUIIT ZION
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BANK CF NAPERVILLE
NAPERVILLE
STATE BANK OF N~W ATHENS
NEW ATHENS
NEW LENOX
NEW LENOX STATE BANK
PEOPLES STATE BANK
NEWTON
DEMPSTER PLAZA STATE BANK
NILES
SANK OF I Lll NOi S IN NORMAL
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FIRST SECRTY BK Of OAK BRODKOAK BROOK
O&K BROOK BANK
OAK BROOK
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BANK OF OAKBROOK TERRACE
INTERSTATE BK OF OAK FOREST OAK FOREST
OAK lAWN
HERITAGE BANK OF OAK LAWN
OAK LAWN
OAK LAWN TR ANO SVG BK
OAK PARK
AVENUE BANK ANO TRUST CO
OAK PARK
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OAK PARK
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LOCATION

ORLAND STATE BANK
ORLANO PARK
OSWEGO COM~UNITY BANK
OSWEGO
ILLINOIS TR & SAV BANK
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FIRST BANK & TRUST CO
PALATINE
FAR~ERS STATE BANK
PALESTINE
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PALOS HEIGHTS
PEOPLES BANK Of PANA
PANA
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FASMERS STATE BANK
PITTSFIELD
COM'iUNITY BK OF PLANO
PLANO
FIRST STATE 9ANK
PR I NC ETON
PRINCEVILLE STATE BANK
PRINCEVILLE
ILLINOIS ST 8K OF QUINCY
QUINCY
MERCHANTILE TR & SVGS BK
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STATE STREET BANK ANO TRUST QUINCY
TOWN & OH BK OF QUINCY
QUINCY
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RARITAN STATE BANK
RM I TAN
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RIVERDALE BANK
RIVERDALE
RI VER FOREST ST 8K&TR co
RIVER FOREST
RIVER GROVE ST BANK
RIVER GROVE
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ALPINE STATE BANK
ROCKFORD
RCCKFORD
COLONIAL SK CF ROCKFORD
NORTHWEST BANK CF ROCKFORD ROCKFORD
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UNITED AANK CF SOUTHGATE
AMERICA'4 BANK OF ROCK ISLANOROCK ISLAND
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MACKrnWN STATE BANK
SUBRSN SK OF ROLL ING MEADOWSROLL ING MEADOWS
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ROSELLE
ROSELLE ST BK & TRUST CO
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SANDWICH
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HILLSBORO STATE BANK
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INOIANAPOLIS
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DUBOIS COUNTY BANK
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NEW PALESTINE BANK
NEW PALESTINE
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NEW WASHINGTON STATE BANK
NEW WASHINGTON
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OSSIAN STATE BANK
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OXFORD
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STATE BANK OF REMINGTON
STAfE BK OF RENSSELAER
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7184850 CITIZENS STATE BANK
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CITIZENS STATE BANK
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CORYDON STATE BANK
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DES MOINES
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CITIZENS STATE BANK
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11 qz940 H0'1E STATE BANK
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7193070 FAq~ERS STATE BANK
7193120 KINGSLEY STATE BANK
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7!93BO FARMERS AND SERCHMHS STATE LAKE Ml LLS
719~220 KER~OT BROTHERS SAVINGS BANKlANSING
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7193290 ST ATE BANK OF La.LER
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MAPLETON
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7193695 FARSERS STATE BANK
71Q37l0 co.••ERC I AL STATE BANK
MAR SHALL TOWN
MARSHALL TOWN
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MASON CI TY
7193745 ASER ICAN STATE B4'1K
MEDIAPOLIS
1193810 MEDIAPOLIS SAVINGS BANK
MCUNT AYR
7194030 SECURITY STATE BANK
MOUNT PLEASANT
7194040 HENRY COUNTY SAVINGS BANK
MOUNT PLEASANT
7194045 MOUNT PLEASANT BK ANO TR

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5241370
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5 2-tl 420
5241515
524I55C
5241570
5241575
5241615
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5241770
OF

LOCATION

HAR YlAND BANK & TRUST CD
MIDDLETOWN VALLEY BANK
UNITED BK & TR CO OF HD
Cl,LVERT BANK AND TRUST CD
PEN IN SULA BA~K
QUEENSTC•N BANK OF HD
CITIZENS BK & TR CO OF HD
A~ERICAN BANK OF MARYLAND
S•A~KS STATE BANK
SUDLERSVILLE BANK OF HD
P[OPLES SECURITY BANK OF HD
TANEYTOWN BANK & TRUST
CASROll CTY BA~K & TRUST CO
WEST~INSTER TRUST COHPA~Y

TDEP

LEXINGTON PARK
MIDDLETOWN
OXON Hill
PRINCE FREDERICK
PRINCESS ANNE
0UEENSTChN
RIVERDALE
SILVER SPRING
SPARKS
SUDLERSVILLE
SUIT LAND
TANEYTOWN
WEST~INSTER
WESTMINSTER

42 BANKS AFFECTED IN STATE

28
10

MD
HD

HD
MD
HD
MD
~D
HD
HD
HD
HD

HD
HD
HD

30665
18498
28124
16628
48283
17651
458872
191481
2099
15117
l22918
25404
9B574
37239

1117/19

121
VLTCSH
723
259
786
357
l ll9
436
12665
4553
657
H9
3098
534
1883
733

131
1977
REQBAL

141
NEW

EPA

ATTLEBORO TRUST COMPANY
BAYBAN~ AND TRUST CO~PANY
BOSTON SAFE DEPST & TR CO
BRAOFORO TR CO OF 80ST0)1
CAPITOL SANK & TRUST CO
CITY BANK ANO TqusT CO~PANY
CCM~ONWEALTH BANK AIID TR CO
INVESTORS BAN< & TRUST CO
UIIITEO STATES TRUST COMPANY
BROO<LINE TRUST COMPANY
OLD CLNY BET CO OF MDLSX CY
BAYBANK HARVARD TRUST CO
CAM3•IOGE TRUST COMPANY
CHARLESSANK TRUST CO
FIRST 8At1K ANO TRUST co
BAYBAtlK NORFOLK CTY TR CO
8 H C DURFEE TRUST COMPANY
FAL~OUTH BANK & TRUST CO
FRAMINGHAM TRUST CO
LINCOLN TRUST CO>IPA'lY
ARLINGTON TRUST COMPANY
LOWELL BANK & TRUST CO
ESSEX COUNTY BANK£ TR co
HALDEN TRUST COMPANY

ATTLEBORO
BEVERLY
BOSTON
BOSTON
BOSTON
BOSTON
BOSTON
BOSTON
BOSTON
BROOKLINE
BURLINGTON
CAMBRIDGE
CAMBRIDGE
CAMBRIDGE
CHELMSFORD
DEDHAM
FALL RIVER
FALMOUTH

FRA~INGHAH
HINGHAM
LAWRENCE
LOWELL
LYNN
MALDEN

161
DIF
131-151

0

0

0

0

0

0

0
0
0
0

0

0
0
0
0
0
5324
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
-5324
0
0
0
0

0
0

0

0
5028
4385
0
0
1546

0
0
0

-963
0

0
0
0
0

0

0
0
0

•
••
•

••
•
•

•
•

HAVE NO EARNINGS PARTICIPATION ACCOUNT OR REQUIRED RESEIWE BALANCE
HAVE NO REQUREO RESERVE BALANCE

---------------

-----------1250170
125022 5
l2502BO
1250283
1250295
125a310
1250315
1250425
1250591
1250710
1250728
1250732
1250750
1250755
125a835
1250995
1251110
1251135
1251260
1251525
125l7JO
l251R7B
1251940
1252020

151
NEW
REQBAL

HA
HA
HA

HA
HA
HA
HA
MA

HA
MA
HA
HA
HA
HA
MA
HA
MA
HA
HA
HA
MA

MA
MA
HA

44473
54653
161208
24111
82602
74326
70073
1092
119652
51818
30752
303253
55134
21680
43465
439552
84226
22367
88191
32827
364526
23325
166769
47600

745
1354
2825
700
843
1764
1409

411
1936
789
283
4440
1015
390
682
7500
1609
404
2141
396
4841
510
2424
1192

0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0

318
486
3908
0

1791
1000
1016
0
3789
1394
550
5094
1065
0
1057
5077
1256
0
1265
78
5163
0
5091
576

0
0
3741
0
0
0
0

0
0
0

0
6709

0
0
0
10069
0
0
0
0
7988
0
335
0

0
0

-37H
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
-6709
0
0
0
-10069
0
0
0

0
-7988
0

-335
0

.
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•

•
•
•
•

•
•
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NON~EMBER BANKS

DSB

NAME

125222 C
1252280
1252350
1252405
1252465
1252725
1252755
1252!325
1252845
1252900
1252970
1252995
1252997
1253190
1253304
IB3315
1253322
1253395
1253445
125 3545
1253735
1253740
1253750

111
TDEP

LOCATION

MIDDLEBOROUGH TRUST COMPANY HIOOLEBORO
METROBANK AND TR CO/NORFOLK Mil TON
NATICK TRUST COMPANY
NATICK
SOUTHEASTERN BK & TR CO
NEW BEDFORD
UNIVERSITY BANK & TRUST CO NEWTON
BE~KSHIRE BANK AND TRUST CO PITTSFIELD
FIRST AGRICULTURAL BANK
PITTSFIELD
HANCOCK BK & TR CO
QUINCY
QUINCY
SOUTH SHORE BANK
ROCKLAND TRUST COMPANY
ROCKLAND
SAUGUS BA~K & TRUST CO
SAUGUS
SOMERSET
SLAOES HRRY TRUST CO
CENTURY BANK & TRUST CO
SOMERVILLE
VALLEY BANK A'IO TRUST CO
SPRINGFIELD
SHh~UT HLRSE-WKFLO BK&TR COWAKEF IELO
BAY84NK NEWTON-WAL THAM TC
WALTHAM
GUARANTY FIRST TR CO
WAL THAM
COOL IOGE BANK ANO TRUST CO WATERTOWN
OLD CLNY B&T CO OF NRFLK CTYWELLESLEY
PARK WEST BA'IK & TR CO
WEST SPRINGFIELD
WORCESTER
COH~ERCE BK & TR CO
GUARANTY BANK ANO TRUST CO WORCESTER
WORCESTER
~ECHANICS BANK

OF

H

BANKS AFFECTED IN STATE

12
26

MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
MA
HA
MA
HA
HA
HA
MA
HA
HA
MA
HA

HA
HA
HA
HA
HA
HA
HA

726•J4b0

77.60490
726)510
7260550

ADRIAN STATE BANK
ALGmlAC SAVINGS BANK
BAN~ OF AL~A
Al PENA SAYINGS BANK
PEO•LES BK & TR OF ALPENA
AN~ ARBOR TRUST COMPANY
CO•<UNITY BANK
GLADWIN COUNTY BANK
BELLAIRE STATE BANK
J!llTER-CITY BANK
CENTRAL STATE BANK
CE~TRAL MICHIGAN BANK & TR
FIDELITY SANK CF MICHIGAN
JIPSON CARTER STATE BANK
B~IGHTON STATE BANK

23919
21359
24042
45812
37213
93341
126437
100782
264515
111724
30078
21200
51167
285181
51693
380540
72739
133587
17403
0045
46730
261506
127825

Ill
VLTCSH
911
349
957
998
1063
2658
2630
1342
6'36
3417
722
1186
748
4610
747
8098
1812
1345
290
963
499
3808
2745

131
1911
REQBAL
0
0
0
0
0

0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

141

NEW
EPA
0
0
0
273
0
769
3090
3678
5096
1795
0
0
619
5103
1226
5112
1161
4348
0
156
707
5097
3338

151
NEW
REQBAL
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
3111
0
0
0
0
3951
0
6299
0
0
0
0
0
4532

0

161
DIF
131-151
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
-3111
0
0
0
0
-3951
0
-6299
0
0
0
0
0
-4532
0

••
••
•

•
•

•
•
•

••
•

HAYE NO EARNINGS PARTICIPATION ACC_OUNT OR REQUIRED RESERVE BALANCE
HAVE NO REQURED RESERVE BALANCE

---------7260020
7260030
7260105
7260130
7260140
7260170
72602'0
77603 70
726J3S0
7U0415
7260440

1111/19

BENEFIT TO BANKS COVERED BY MODIFIED H.R. l

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ALGONAC
AL~A
ALPENA
ALPENA
ANN ARBOR
BAO AXE
BEAVERTON
BELLA I RE
BENTCN HARBOR
BEUL AH
BIG RAPIDS
BIRMINGHAM
BLI SSfl ELO
BRIGHTON

HI
HI
HI
HI
HI
HI
HI
HI
HI
HI
HI
HI
HI
HI
HI

32601
34837
63240
82207
71193
69681
64084
17912
14725
l 25528
15118
48949
46453
18618
73562

768
517
835
1074
903
159
907
356
217
2511
226
757
558
234
1879

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
·593
989
786
1524

334
0
0
2343
0
l
418
0
90

0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0

0

0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

•
•
•
•

.
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NON~EHBER BANKS

DSB

7260620
726062 5
7260680
7260690
7260710
7260780
72609JO
7260920
7260990
7261060
7261070
7261225
7261260
7261270
72SJ2ijO
9261315
92>1400
7261440
7261'53
7261560
7261;80
7261590
7261620
9261650
7261660
7261670
7261695

7201820
7261~55
7261860
7261830
7261940
7261950
7261%0
7262J30
7262110
7262140
7262150
7262160
1262190
7262185
7262305
7262360
7262450

7262522
1262583

NAHE

BENEFIT TO BANKS COVERED BY HOOi F JED H.R. 7

111
TOEP

LOCATION

CADILLAC STATE BANK
CADILLAC
Fl~ST BANK OF CADILLAC
CADILLAC
PEOPLES STATE BANK
CARO
STATE SVGS BK OF CARD
CARO
EXCHlNGE ST ATE BANK
CARSONVILLE
CtURLEVOIX COUNTY STATE BANKCHARLEVOIX
STATE SAVINGS BANK
CLINTON
BRANCH COUNTY BANK
COLDWATER
STATE BANK OF MICH
COOPERSVILLE
SANILAC COUNTY BANK
DECKERVILLE
DEERFIELD STATE BANK
DEEAFIELD
COSSUNITY ST BK OF DOWAGIAC DOaAGIAC
FIPST STATE BANK
EAST DETROIT
IIORTHWESTERN STATE BANK
EAST JORDAN
EAST LANSING STATE BANK
EAST LANSING
NORTHERN MICHIGAN BANK
ESCANABA
STATE BANK OF ESCANABA
ESCANABA
FARWELL STATE SAVINGS BANK
FARWELL
STATE SVGS BK Of FENTON.
FENTON
FRANKENMUTH
FRANKENMUTH BANK & TRUST
STATE BANK OF
FRASER
FREELAND STATE BANK
FREELAND
ERIE STATE BANK
FRENCHTOWN TWP
GLADSTONE STATE BANK
GLADSTONE
SID-MICHIGAN BANK
GLADWIN
FIRST SCRTY BK OF GRND BLANCGRAND BLANC
SECUQITY FIRST BK ANO TR CO GRANO HAVEN
FIRST SB OF GREENVILLE
GREENVILLE
FAR<ERS ANO MERCHANTS STATE HALE
MNK CF CCSMEPCE
HAMTRAMCK
HAMTRA,.CK
PEOPLES STATE BANK
OCHNA COUNTY SAVINGS BANK HART
VAN ~UREN ST ATE BANK
HARTFORD
HASTINGS
H~STJNGS CITY BANK
HONO~ STATE BANK
HONOR
HCWARO CITY
WESTERN STATE BANK
MCPHERSON STATE BANK
HOWELL
HUDSON STATE SAYINGS BANK
HUDSON
THO,SPSON SAVltlGS BANK
HUDSON
IHLAY CITY
IHLAY CITY STATE BANK
FIRST SECURITY BANK
IONIA
MIDWEST BANK
JACKSON
KALAMAZOO
INDUSTRIAL STATE BK
TR
LAKE ODE SSA
UNION BANK
NBD CCMSERCE BANK
LANSING
LEWISTON STATE BANK
LEWISTON

HJ
HJ

HI
HI

HI
HI

HI
HJ

HI
HI
HI
HI
HI
Ml

HI .
HI
HI
HI
HI
HI

HI
HI

HI
HI
HI

HI
Ml
HI
HI

••

HI

HI
Ml
Ml
Ml
Ml
HI
Ml
HI
HI
HI
Ml
HI

Ml
Ml
HI

132789
27650
25068
23339
20574
21567
21849
48082
26894
14798
17328
17898
82283
47869
93462
37019
35527
13287
50045
177485
109066
15690
22309
12423
43547
23294
94837
30095
32365
200879
72935
26802
19470
36422
12420
15079
51796
24030
24247
19823
72935
41677
124143
15089
20855
20515

1/17/79

121
YL TCSH

1666
363

no

338
263
258
406
504
584
265
268
401
2982
741
1075
500
251
296
757
2556
1266
334
508
225
1163
210
1464
315
717
3389
732
368
360
691
146

296
954
296
347
242
1098
869
1971
217
459
282

131
1977
REOBAL

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

a
0
0
0

0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0

0

141

NEW
EPA

2349
0
0
0
0

0
0
196
0
0
0
0

0
0
2033
27
301
0
113
3049
2229
0
0

0
0
0
1046
64
0
3063
B36
0
0
0
0
0
90
0
0
0

151

NEW
REOBAL
339
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

-339
0
0
0
0

0

0
0

0
-460
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

383

-383

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

560

a
0

0

0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
460
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
2533
0

0

161
OIF
131-151

0
0
0
0

0

0
0
0
0
0

0

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BENEFIT TO BANKS COVERED BY MODIFIED H.R. 7

NONMEMBER BANKS

058
7262600
7262620
7262650
7262740
7262715
7262800
7Z6?e75
7262940
12ft2960
7263010
7263080
7263120
9263140
7263280
7263316
7 26 B20
721,3)40
7263480
7 2B520
7263530
7263570
72636 70
720720
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7263760
7261770
7263810
72639)0
7263840
726'),IJSO

9263890
7263qoo
7263910
726Jq30
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7264040
7264050
92b4070
7264120
7264140
7264170
7264200
726421)1

7264300
7264452

NAME

Ill
TDEP

LOCATION

LITCHFIELD STATE SAVINGS BK LITCHFIELD
LUDINGTON BANK AND TRUST
LUDINGTON
HANC EL ONA
ANTRIM COUNTY STATE BANK
MARINE CITY
MARINE BA~K & TRUST
MASON STATE BANK
MASON
~AYV1LLE STAH BANK
MAYVILLE
FIRST ~!OLANO BK & TR
MIDLAND
MONRCE
MON~OE BANK & TRUST
"-OIHROSE STATE BANK
MGrlTROSE
M(JU'H CLE,"1ENS BANK
MOUNT CLEMENS
MUSKEGON BANK ANO UUST CO MUSKEGON
FIRST STATE BANK OF NEWAYGO NEWAYGO
NEWBERRY
N='rlfl.ER~Y STATE SANK
OSCODA STATE SAVINGS BANK
OSCODA
OWOSSO
KEV STATE BA~K
OWOSSO SAVINGS BANK
OWOSSO
OXFORD
OXFOQ.O SAVINGS BANK
PONT I AC STATE BANK
PONT I AC
PORT HURON
PEOPLES BK OF PORT HUROII
MAYNARD ALLEN STATE BANK
PORTLAND
REED CITY
REED CITY STATE BANK
PRESQUE ISLE BANK
ROGERS CITY
ROYAL OAK
'tfA YNE OAKlANO BANK
FIRST STATE BANK OF SAGINAW SAG I NAW
ST CHARLES
CMSNTY ST BK OF ST CHARLES
COMSERCIAL ANO SAVINGS BANK ST CLAIR
ST JOSEPH
PEOPLES STATE BANK
SALi NE
CITIZENS BANK OF SALINE
SAU NE
SALINE BANK
SANDUSKY
SOLVER INE STATE BANK
SAULT STE MARIE
SAULT SAVINGS BANK
KALAHAZCO COUNTY STATE BANK SCHOO LC RAFT
SCOTTVILLE
STATE SAVINGS BANK
SHELBY STATE BANK
SHELBY
SHEPHERD
SHEPHERD STATE BANK
ST ATE SVGS BK OF SOUTH LYON SCUTH LYON
STATE BK OF STANO I SH
STANDISH
STANTON
"O"'CALM CENTRAL BANK
STEPHENSON
BANK OF STEPHENSON
TECUMSEH
UN I TEO SVGS BK OF TECUHSEH
THREE OAKS
BANK OF THREE OAKS
TRAVERSE C ITV
TR4VERSE CITY STATE BANK
TRENTON
TRENTON STATE BANK
TROY
FIRST CITIZENS BANK
WAYLAND
WAYLAND STATE 8ANK
CCM,SUNITY BANK OF WASHTENAW YPSILAN71 ThP

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co

Ml
Ml
Ml
Ml
HI
HI

HI
HI
Ml
HI
HI
HI

HI
HI
Ml
HI
Ml
Ml

HI
HI
HI
Ml
HI
Ml

HI
HI
HI

HI
HI
Ml
Ml

HI
Ml
Ml

HI
HI
HI
HI
HI
HI

HI
HI
HI
Ml
Ml

HI

31031
31359
15545
28179
30283
13860
71907
145354
14422
117749
115409
12509
15271
195B2
45696
130218
31498
336620
129591
26760
19035
25316
369742
68281
22372
97568
42277
41244
2127"
61898
45077
19413
27492
21195
12755
23268
42494
38654
20968
76743
28440
142904
68373
29098
33422
22830

1/17 /19

121
VLTCSH

738
680
335
367

699
203
1343
1907
439
1709
1561
230
153

486
799
2028
770
5275
1880
523
377
31 7
6492
2093
488
1339
1027
677
306
631
275
403
527
119
199
691
752
481
215
860
433
2207
1295
531
649
438

131

141

1917

NEW

REQBAL

EPA

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0

585
3172
0

2446

0
0

1904
0
0
0
0

0

2414

0

0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0

151
NEW
REQBAL

161DIF
131-151

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
104
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
-104
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

2918

-2918

0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

5133

4159

-4159

0
0
1207
0
0
0
702
399
0
0

0
0
0
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FIRST STATE BANK OF BAYPORT
SHTE BANK Of BELLE PLAINE
FIRST STATE BANK OF BENSON
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BLUE EMTH STATE BANK
FIRST STATE BANK
CITIZENS STATE BANK
FAR"1ERS £ MERCHANTS ST BK
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CALEDONIA STATE BANK
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PEOPLES STATE BANK
CITllENS STATE BANK
MARQUETTE ST BK OF COLUMBIA
POLK CTY STATE BANK
CRYSTAL STATE BANK
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NORTHWESTERN STATE BANK
SOUTHWEST FIDELITY STATE BK
MIN~ETONKA STATE BANK
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927~480 CITIZE"IS STATE BANK
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9272980 INTERt-lAT IONAL STATE BANK
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9274065 HETROPCllTAN STATE BANK
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9274158 NORTHWESTERN STATE BANK
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ROCHlSTER
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ROSEVILLE
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ST SK OF ST ANTHONY VLG
ST ANTHONY VLGE
NW BK & TR CO OF ST CLOUD
ST CLOUD
ST JAHE S
CITIZENS ST BK Of ST JAMES
CITIZENS STATE BANK
ST LOUIS PARK
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CAPITAL CITY STATE 3ANK
ST PAUL
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ST PAUL
CCSSERCIAL STATE .BANK
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ST PAUL
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FIRST GRANO AVE STATE BK
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FIRST MERCHANTS STATE BANK
ST PAUL
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ST PAUL
FIRST STATE BANK
ST PAUL
HI O AMERICA ST BK CF HGLD PKST PAUL
ST PAUL
MN STATE BANK OF ST PAUL
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ST ANTHONY PARK STATE BANK
ST PAUL
ST PAUL
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ST PETER
NICOLLET COUNTY BANK
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FIRST SECU~ITY STATE BANK
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WA~OA STATE BANK
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ST ATE BANK OF WHEATON
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BANK OF CLARKSDALE

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26047
35634
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FARMERS ANO MERCHANTS BANK FOREST
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GRENADA BANK
GRENADA
HANCOCK BANK
GULFPORT
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HERNANDO 9ANK
HERNANDO
BAN< OF HOLLANDALE
HOLLANDALE
FIRST STATE BANK
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MISSISSIPPI BANK
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KOSCIUSKO
MERCHANTS AND FARMERS BANK KOSCIUSKO
BA ~lK. OF LAUREL
LAUREL
BANK OF LEAKESVILLE
LEAKESVILLE
BANK OF LELAND
LELAND
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CITIZENS BANK AND TRUST CO MARKS
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MEADVILLE
PEOPLES BANK
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FIRST UNITED BANK OF Ml SS
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NEW ALBANY

NEWTON COUNTY BANK

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BANK CF PHILADELPHIA
CITIZENS BANK
BANK GF PRENTISS
BAN~ CF QUITMAN
SOUTHEAST MISSISSIPPI BANK
PfOPLES BASK
PLANTERS BANK AND TRUST CO
PEOPLES BANK
SENATOBIA BANK

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PH!LAOELPHIA
PHILADELPHIA
PRENTISS
QUITMAN
QUITMAN
RIPLEY
RULEVILLE
SENATOBIA
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HS
HS
MS
MS
MS
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MS
HS
HS
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327
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287
567
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421
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343
229
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557
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169
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307
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297
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BANK CF YI CK SBURG
FIRST STATE SANK
BAIIK OF WINONA
BANK Of YAZOO CITY

LOCATION
SILVER CREEK
STARKVILLE
TAYlORSYllLE
TUNICA
TUPELO
TUPELO
UTICA
VICKSBURG
WAYNESBORO
WINONA
YAZOO CITY

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MS
MS
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56116
16991
22426
229472
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31266
26789
28271
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307
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341
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394
514
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131
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ADVANCE
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AURORA BANK
AURORA
CITIZENS SANK
AVA
BOArnEIIS BK OF WEST CTY
BALLWIN
CITIZENS BANK
BELTON
BETHANY
BETHANY TRUST COMPANY
BANK OF
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BLUE SPRINGS BANK
BLUE SPRINGS
CC•'IERCE BANK OF BOLIVAR
BOLIVAR
POLK COUUTY SANK
SOLi VAR
co•sERCE BANK OF BONl'IE TERREBONNE TERRE
U"IITEO MO BANK OF BOONVILLE BOONVILLE
BAN< CF BOURBON
SCURBCN
CCM ST BK OF BOWLING GREEN BOWLING GREEN
FAR•ERS MERCANTILE BANK
BOWL ING GREEN
PfOPLES BKUR CO OF BRANSON BRANSON
SECURITY BANK & TRUST co
BRANSON
BR ENhOOO BANK
BRENTWOOD
MARK TWAIN STATE BAIIK
BR I OGE TON
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BUFFALO
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BUTLER
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CAMERON
FAR•ERS STATE BANK
CAPE MERCANTILE BK & TR CO CAPE GIRAROEAU
FAR•ERS ANO MERCHANTS BANK CAPE GIRARDEAU
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8290S30 CHESTERFIELD BANK
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8213988 CENTRAL BANK OF CLAYTON
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8291175 BANK OF CRESTWOOD
8291180 FIR ST S!SSOURI BANK
8291200 CRYSTAL CITY STATE BANK
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TDEP

LOCATION

CASSVILLE
CHAPLES TON
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CLAYTON
CLAYTON
CLAYTON
CLINTON
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COLU ~BI A
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TR I COUNTY STATE BANK
ELDORADO SPRINGS
EUREKA BANK
EUREKA
FARMINGTON
FIRST STA TE BANK
u•HD MISSOURI BK OF FERGUSONF ER GU SON
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FESTUS
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A•ERICAN STATE BANK
FLOR I SSA NT
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FLOR I SSANT
FLORISSANT BANK
BOAT.ENS BANK OF TANEY CTY FORSYTH
FREOER I CK TOWN
NEW ERA BANK
GAINESVILLE
BANK OF GAINESVILLE
FIRST MO eK OF FRANKLIN CTY GERALD
GLASGOW SAVINGS BANK
GLASGOW
GRA'IDVIEW BK ANO TR CO
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HANN 18Al
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HARRISONVILLE
ALLEN BANK ANO TRUST CO
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LINDBERGH BANK
FIRST HO BK OF GASCONADE CTYHERMANN
BANK OF HIGGINSVILLE
HIGGINS V I l l E
HOUSE SPRINGS
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BANK OF HOUSTON
HOUSTON
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CHRIS.AN SAWYER BANK
NOLAND RO ME~CANTILE BANK
INDEPENDENCE
INDEPENDENCE
STANDARD STATE BANK
JACKSON
CAPE COUNTY BANK
JEFFERSON CITY
CENTRAL TRUST BANK

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JEFFERSON BANK OF MO

JEFFERSON C ITV
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KANSAS CITY
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KANSAS CITY
KANSAS CITY
KANSAS CITY
C~NTR4l BK OF KANSAS CITY
KANSAS CITY
CCS.SERCE BK OF BLUE HILLS
KANSAS C ITV
COU~TRY CLUB BANK
KANSAS C ITV
E~PIRE BANK t TRUST CO
KANSAS C ITV
GOPPERT BANK & TRUST CO
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GR AND AVENUE BK & TR CO
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JACKSON COUNTY STATE BANK
KANSAS C ITV
KA~SAS CITY BK & TR CO
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PEOPLES SANK CF KANSAS CITY KANIA S CITY
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PLAZA BANK & TRUST COMPANY
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KANSAS C ITV
STAOIUH BANK
UN ITEO MO SK OF SLUE VALLEY KANSAS C ITV
UNITD HO BK OF HICKMAN HILLSKANSAS CITY
UNITED MISSOURI BANK SOUTH KANSAS C ITV
KANSAS C ITV
UNIVERSITY SANK
KENNETT
BANK OF KENNETT
KENNETT
COTTON EXCHA%E BANK
KIRKSVILLE
BANK OF KIRKSVILLE
UNTO MISSOURI BK OF KIRK~OOOKIRKWOOD
BANK CF LADUE
LADUE
LAHAR
LAMAR TRUST CO
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CO"'ERCIAL BK OF LEXINGTON LEXINGTON
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LOUISIANA
HERCMITILE BANK
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MAPLEWOOD
PIO~EER BANK AND TRUST co
MARSHALL
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BOAT.SENS NORTH HILLS BANK
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111
TDEP

LOCATION

LANDMARK N CTY BK ANO TR. CO JEN~INGS

"A~K TWA IN NORTHLAND BANK
CHARTER BANK OF JENNINGS
COSSEPCE BANK OF JOPLIN
FIRST ST ATE BANK
COS,SERC E SK OF KAHOKA
ASERI CAN BANK & TRUST CO

1111/19

BENEFIT TO BANKS COVERED BY MODIFIED H.R. 7

NON,"EMBER BANKS

MO
MO
MO
HO
HO
HO
HO
MO
HO
HO
HO
HO
HO
HO
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176
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270
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299
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HARSHFIELD
10293310 CITIZENS STATE BANK
MARYVILLE
MARYVILLE
10293360 NODAWAY VALLEY BANK
82934'12 BK OF THE. LAKE OF THE OZARKSMILLER CCUNlV
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10293685 C!TIZENS STATE BANK
8293770 BA~K OF NEW ~ADRID
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OVERLAND
82S3945 CHARTER BANK OF OVERLAND
92q30!,Q CZ A~K BA."JK
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PERRY
9294040 PERRY STATE BANK
S2Q4050 BUIK OF PERRYVILLE
PERRYVILLE
82Q4070 HO"E TRUST MERCANTILE BANK PERRYVILLE
PLEASANT Hill
10294170 PLEASANT HILL BANK
POPLAR BLUFF
8294200 BANK CF PCPLAR BLUFF
82042')3 CGMSERCE BK OF POPLAR BLUFF POPLAR BLUFF
8294230 WASHINGTON CTY MERCANTILE BKPCTOSI
RAYTCWN
1029 4292 80ATMENS RAYTOWN BANK
RAYTCWN
10294295 LAU~EL BANK OF RAYTOWN
8294340 BCAT.SENS 8ANK OF PULASKI CTYRICHLANO
RICHMOND
102q4350 EXCHANGE BANK OF R ICHMONO
S29 1t358 CONT I NENT AL BANK & TRUST CO RICHMOND HGTS
ROCK PORT
I02943.SO BANK OF ATCHISON COUNTY
10294390 CITIZENS BANK OF ATCHISON COROCK PORT
ROLLA
82'14405 FIRST STATE BANK
82Qt.410 ROLlA ST ATE BANK
ROLLA
ST ANN
8294455 BArlK OF ST ANN
8294456 LANDMARK NORTHaEST PLAZA BK ST ANN
8294472 MRCNTL BK OF ST CHARLES CTY ST CHARLES
8294540 ST JOHNS BANK ANO TRUST co ST JOHNS
10294560 DROVERS MERCANTILE BANK
ST JOSEPH
ST JOSEPH
10294580 FARMERS STATE BANK
10294595 FIRST STOCK YARDS BANK
ST JOSEPH
10294630 U'.11 TEO HO BANK OF ST JOSEPH ST JOSEPH
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8294660 BADEN BANK OF ST LOUIS
8294665 BANK OF ST LOUIS
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ST LOUIS
B294690 9RESEN BANK ANO TRUST CO
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ST LOUIS
8294700 CHIPPEWA TRUST COMPANY
ST LOU! S
8294705 CITY BANK
8294706 COMMERCE BK OF MOUND CITV
ST LOUIS
ST LOUIS
8294735 HA~PT0~4 BANI<. OF ST LOUIS
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B294750 JEFFERSON BK t TR CO

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8294760 JEFF GRAVOIS BK OF ST LOUIS ST LOUIS
8294810 MERCANTILE CMRC TRUST co
ST LOUIS
82Cl482 5 MISSOURI STATE BANK & TR CO ST LOUIS
8294850 NORTH ST LOUIS TR CO
ST LGUIS
82CJ4'370 NORTHWESTERN BANK ANO TRUST ST LOUIS
82 9491 0 SOUTHEP.N COH~ERCIAl BANK
ST LOUIS
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8294955 LEWIS & CLARK MERCANTILE BK ST LOUIS COUNTY
82':?4956 Pl Al A BANK OF W~S T PORT
ST LOUIS CTY
02c;4q59 HARK TWAIN SOUTH COUNTY BANK ST LOUIS CCUNTY
8294959 MARK TWAIN PARKWAY BANK
ST LOU! S COUNTY
102qstno SALISBURY SAVINGS BANK
SALISBURY
SAVANNAH
10295050 HO"'.E BANK
102~5068 MISSOURI STATE BANK
SEDALIA
8295140 SHELBINA MERCANTILE BANK
SHEL RINA
8295180 BANK CF SIKESTON
SIKESTON
e2c;s2ea SANK CF SPRINGFIELD
SPRINGFIELD
8295290 COS~ERCE BANK OF SPR INGF I ELOSPR INGF I HD
82C}52,95 P1PIRE BANK
SPR INGF IHO
8295360 CC'M'4UNltY BANK
STEELVILLE
8295430 BAN~ OF SULLIVAN
SULLIVAN
THAYER
82~5480 BANK OF THAYER
10295510 TRENTON TRUST COMPANY
TRENTON
TROY
8795520 B □ Al'ENS BANK OF TROY
8 29 5540 UN I TEO BANK OF UNION
UNION
8295%5 CITIZENS BANK
UNIVERSITY CITY
82QS570 co•<ERCE BANK OF UNIV CITY UNIVERSITY CITY
URBANA
S?. 0 5580 BANK OF URBANA
WARRENSBURG
10295660 CI Tl 1 ENS BANK
WARSAW
10295690 CCSSUN !TY BK OF WARSAW
829511 0 BANK CF WASHINGTON
WASHINGTON
8295755 BIG BENO BANK
WEBSTER GROVES
WEBSTER GROVES
82C?S7b0 WEB STER GROVERS TR CO
8295790 lMIO,~~RK CENTRAL BK G TR CO WELLSTON
WENTZ VI llE
8295810 WENTZVILLE STATE BANK
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9300040 BANK OF BAKER

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46473
42652
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20782
24891

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281
284
273
380
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145
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118
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279
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144
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9300115
9300260
'1300280
930J300
9300340
9300190
9300400
9300520
9300540
9300543
9300665
9300690
9300760
9300810
9300915
9300925
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FIRST CITIZENS BANK
BILLINGS
VALLEY STATE BAN~
BILLINGS
BANK CF COLUMBIA FALLS
COLUMBIA FALLS
FAR~~RS STATE BANK
CONRAD
BANK OF GLACIER COUNTY
CUT BANK
ST ATE BANK t TRUST CO
DILLON
FIRST STATE BANK
FORSYTH
FIRST STATE BK OF FT BENTCN FORT BENTON
CITIZE~S STATE BANK
HA~IL TON
HARDIN
BIG HCRN BANK
LITTLE HOR~ STATE BANK
HARDIN
VALLEY BANK OF KALI SPELL
KALI SPELL
NW BANK OF LEWISTOWN
LEWISTOWN
1ST SC BK t TR OF MILES CITYHILES CITY
SECURITY STATE BANK
PLENTYWOOD
FIRST STATE BANK
SltELBY
TOOLE COUNTY STATE BANK
SHELBY
19 BANKS AFFECTED IN STATE

13
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HT
MT
MT
MT
MT
MT
MT
MT
MT
HT
HT
MT
HT
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MT
MT

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26526
19368
30499
22028
21168
22970
24180
22514
29320
15336
25637
35852
45650
23061
25879
16724

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121
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217
252
244
206

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135

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178
130
123
293
190
140
223
262
236
182
208
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166

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------------------------------------10310090
10310210
10310230
10310395
10310440
10310550
10310640
10310750
10310875
10310980
10310910
1011ono
10310950
10310960
10111310
10311360
10311398
10311450
10311500
10311510
10311520

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AUBURN STATE BANK
FARMERS STATE BK & TR CO
BA~K OF BELLEVUE
WA SH I NG TON COUNTY BANK
NEBRASKA STATE BANK t TR CD
STATE BANK CF CAIRO
BUIK OF CHAORON
Cl71ZENS BANK AND TRUST CO
COLU•BUS BANK & TRUST CO
([llAO STATE BANK t TRUST CD
FIRST BAtlK t TRUST COMPANY
CITIBAN~ t TR CO OF CRETE
CRETE STATE BANK
FAl~euqy STATE BANK
RICHARDSON CTY BK t TR CO
FIRST STATE BANK
GENEVA STATE BA~K
GORDON STATE BANK
FIRST STATE BANK
GOTHENBURG STATE BK & TR CO

ALLIANCE
AUBURN
AURORA
BELLEVUE
BLAIR
BROKEN BOIi
CAIRO
CHADRON
CDlU~BUS
COLUMBUS
COZAD
COZAD
CRETE
CRETE
FAIRBURY
FAUS CITY
FRE~ONT
GENEVA
GORDON
GOTHENBURG
GOTHENBURG

NE
NE
NE
NE
NE
NE
NE
NE
NE
NE
NE
NE
NE
NE
NE
NE
NE
NE
NE
NE
NE

45801
15200

25"895
26935
33900
26677
14663
20384
23220
19137
15265
17985
16603
17511
15464
27923
15922
30532
13640
18898
21188

342
113
196
592
246
199

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106
269
258
132
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111
301
113
258
285
150
82
124
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10311815
10311980
10312080
10312,90
10312135
10312140
10312145
10312160
10312440
IOJl2655
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10,12713
10312714
10312718
10312720
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10312745
10312750
10312765
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FIRST SEC BK OF HOlOREGE
PLATTE VAllEY ST BK t TR CO
FAR•ERS STlTE BANK t TR CO
l~XINGTON ST BK t TR CO
GATEWAY BANK t TRUST CO
>UVELOCK BANK
LI NCCLN BANK SOUTH INC
UN ION BANK ANO TRUST CO
:HNOEN EXCH BK t TR CO
NORTH PLATTE STATE BANK
KEITH COUNTY BANK t TR CO
A~ES eANK
BANK CF HILLARD
CENTER BANK
DOUGLAS CTY BK t TR CO
FIRST WEST SIDE BANK
HID CITY BANK INC
N~RTH SI OE BANK
OMAHA STATE BANK
SOUTHWEST BANK
NEBRASKA STATE BANK
BANK OF PAP l l l l ON
CONES STATE BANK
RALSTON BA,~K
RAVENNA BANK
S~HUYLER STATE BANK
FIRST ST ATE BANK
seq IBNER BANK
NE BOS KA STATE BANK
YORK STATE BANK t TRUST

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OMAHA
OMAHA
C•AHA
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OMAHA
OMAHA
OMAHA
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PIERCE
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SCHUYLER
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SCRIBNER
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33
19

3 BANKS AFFECTED IN STATE

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18709
16120
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18250
22443
42760

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NE
NE
NE
NE
NE
NE
NE
NE
NE
NE
NE
NE
NE
NE
NE
NE
NE
NE
NE
NE
NE
NE
NE
NE
NE
NE
NE
NE
NE

HOH
16056
36329
2"703
20982
20725
2"406
30309
61926
0776
55237
17198
'tl668
18009
57268
14733
18443
14892
26313
17103
207?2
19301
15333
20737
28256

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319
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218
108
181
94
259
216

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0

0
0

0

438

0

0

0
0

0

168

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0

0
0
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0

74

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0

0
0
0
0
0
0
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0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
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0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
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12320045 NEVADA STATE BANK
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KEARNEY
LEXINGTON
lEXINGTON
LINCOLN
LINCOLN
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1/17/79

BENEFIT TO BANKS COVERED BY MODIFIED H.R. 1

NONMEMeER BANKS

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111911
69998

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5472
1484
1005

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0
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BERLIN CITY BANK
BERLIN
NORTH CCUNTRY BANK
BERL IN
CONNECTICUT RIVER BANK
CHARLESTCWN
FIRST COLEBROOK BANK
COLEBROOK
1330215 DERRY BANK ANO TRUST CO
DERRY
1330290 EXETER BANK I NG COMPANY
EXETER
JAFFREY
l3304I5 MCNA.ONOCK !3ANK
1330530 SI WQOGANOCK GUARANTY SYG BK LANCASTER
1330650 MA\ICHESTER BANK
MANCHESTER
1330720 NASHUA TRUST COMPANY
NASHUA
1330735 NEW LONDGN TRUST COMPANY
NEW LONDON
NORTH CONWAY
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1330796 PELHAM BANK & TRUST CO
PELHAM
PLYMOUTH
l330HO PLY~OUTH GUARANTY SVGS BK
PGRTSMOUTH
1330900 PORTSMOUTH TRUST CO~PANY
1330920 ROCHESTER SAVINGS BK & TR CORCCHESTER
1330924 ROCKINGHAM CGUNTY TRUST CO
SHEM
1330990 SUNCOOK BANK
SUNCOOK
WOLFEBORO
1331045 KINGSWOOD BANK ANO TRUST
1331060 WOOOSVILLE GUARANTY SYNGS 8KWOOOSVILLE
1330010
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20 BANKS AFFECTEO IN STATE

11
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NH
NH
NH
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STATE BANK OF NEW JERSEY
FRA~KLIN STATE BANK
CENT~AL JERSEY BK ANO TR co
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KENILWORTH STATE BANK
CITIZENS STATE BANK OF NJ

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243
252
268
495
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239
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203
274
273
57
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200
253
710
192
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0
0
0
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0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
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0
0
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109
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2835
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0
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117

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564
0
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559
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HAVE NO REQUREO RESERVE BALANCE

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2300555
2340560
2340570
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NJ
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NJ
NJ
NJ
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NJ
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0
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0
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NAME

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2341695 COH.~UNITY STATE BK G TR
3341698 MAINLAND BANK

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LINDEN
LINWOOD
LIVINGSTON
2341135 JERSEY SHO~E BANK
lGNG BRANCH
2341905 BRUNSWICK BANK AND TR CO
MANALAPAN TWP
2341890 CO~MONSEALTH BK OF METUCHEN METUCHEN
MONTVALE
23 1tl935 UN I TEO JERSEY BANK/NORTH
MOORF.STOWN
3'.VtZOQO BURLINGTON CTY TRUST CO
MC•R IS TGWNSHIP
2342045 FIRST MORRIS BANK
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NEWTON
2~42320 NEh'TON TRUST CO"!PANY
NORTH BRUNSWICK
23'42365 MID3LESEX CCCNTY BANK
2342370 NORTH Pl AINF I ELO STATE BANK N PlAINflElO
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3342412 COAST Al STATE BANK
PAR.l.MUS
.2342482 SEP.GEN BANI{ CF CCMMERCE
PARll"1US
23424~5 Mt Ol ANO BANK & TRUST CO
2342497 UNITED JERSEY BA~K/PAR-TROY PAR TROY HlS TWP
PATERSON
2342530 BROADWAY BK & TR CO
PATERSON
2342570 FRAl'-lKL IN BANK
PENNSAUKEN TWP
3342.668 FIDELITY BK & TR CO OF N J
PR I NC ETON
3342e10 PR I ~C ETON BANK G TRUST
RARITAN TWP
2 .?42(} 3 6 TOWN & COUNTRY BANK
ROXBURY TWP
2343065 ROXBURY STATE BANK
SADDLE BROOK
2343083 INTERCHANGE STATE BANK
SHREWSBURY
2343130 SHREWSBURY STATE BANK
SOUTH AMBOY
2343160 SOUTH AMBOY TRUST COMPANY
SOUTH ORANGE
2343185 VILLAGE BANK CF NEW JERSEY
SPR INGFIElD
2343230 1NTER-C0~:-1UN1TY SANK
SUMMIT
2343280 SUS~I T & Ell ZABETH TR CO
TEANECK nP
2343304 H0'4E STATE BANK
TRENTON
3143342 CAPITOL STATE BANK
UNION CITY
2343450 Huosc•, UNITED BANK
WAll TOWNSHIP
2343516 ALLAIRE STATE BANK
WAYNE TWP
2343533 RAMAPO BANK
W OE PT FORD TWP
3)43545 LEN.\PE STATE BANK
WEST MILFORD TWP
2343567 LAKELAND STATE BANK
W WINDSOR TWP
3343595 WEST WINDSOR STATE BANK

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55 BANKS AFFECTED IN STATE

33
19

111
TDEP

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126012
33474
19139
33374
34098
31473
61649
166943
29461
18450
54836
25528
33061
53486
35947
91780
27512
109742
78835
91665
120805
38611
24659
51896
25346
19516
36512
15125
298944
20445
27419
186308
23994
60129
37132
24689
15738

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831
254
822
637
725
1563
2610
476
194
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596
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482
975
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910
1239
1617
330
470
1527
422
401
472
193
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173
481
4499
373
989
882
650
120

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0
0
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0
0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0
0

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0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
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0
0

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0
0

274
0
0
245
0
1780
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2233
1330
2053
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121
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0
0
0
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0
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0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3899
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0
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NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ.
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ
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LOCATION

1035002 5 BAN~ OF NEW HEX ICD

ALBUCUEAQUE
ALBUQUERQUE
ALSUCUERQUE
ALBUQUERQUE
W~STERN 8A"1K
ALBUQUERQUE
PE3•LES STATE BANK
ARTESIA
cc••ERCE BANK ANO TRUST
CARLSBAD
FAR•Eqs & STGCKHENS
CLAYTON
CITIZE~S SANK OF CLOVIS
CLOVIS
FARMINGTON
CITIZENS BANK
FIRST STATE BANK
GALLUP
~ERCHANTS BANK
GALLUP
GqA,.TS STATE BANK
GRANTS
NEW MEXICO BK & TA CO
HC8BS
CITIZENS SANK OF LAS CRUCES LAS CRUCES
FAR SEAS ANO MERCHANTS BANK LAS CRUCES
BANK Qf LAS VEGAS
LAS VEGAS
FIRST STATE BAN~
RIO RANCHO
RUIDOSO STATE BANK
RUIDOSO
ROSWELL STATE BANK
ROSWELL
BANK OF SANT A FE
SANTA FE
CAPITAL BANK
SANTA FE
CITIZENS STATE BANK
SPR INGEA
CITIZENS STATE BANK
VAUGHN

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10350032
10350033
10350035
11350055
1135)095
10350100
11350110
10350145
1035DI60
1035DI70
10350175
11350200
11350205
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10350339
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REPUBLIC BANK

25 BANKS AFFECTED IN STATE

14
10

NH
NH
NH
NH
N'4
NH
N'4
N~
N'4
NH
N'4
NH
N'4
N>I
NH
NH
N'4
NH
NH
NH
NH
NH
NM
NH

1/11/79

111
TOEP

121
YL lCSH

197224
40572
41986
31217
24509
19278
26605
2'346
66853
56319
49647
36847
27683
97239
26638
52061
35246
23315
26028
58020
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27677
17251
18347

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554
369
558
359
216
282
184
563
1416
1333
756
549
1117
363
990
635
616
394
767
433
360
394
190

131
1911
REC BAL
D
0
0
0
D
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

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EPI

151
NEW
AEQ81L

5180
7
160
0
0
0
0
12
1153
459
0
0
0
2528
0
508
0
0
0
702
142
0
0
0

1148
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
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0
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HAVE NO AEQUREO RESERVE BALANCE

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2360075
2360410
23605JO
2360718
2360975
2361520
236l'HO
23627q5
2362850
2363320
2363390
2363850
2363870

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COMMUNITY STATE BANK
CITIZENS BANK
BANK GF BABYLON
BAflKEAS TRUST OF BINGHAMTON
CErHRAL STATE BANK
BMIK OF CASTILE
FIRST BK & TR CO Of CORNING
CONTINENTAL SANK
NASSAU TRUST CO
CHE'41CAL BANK OF ROCHESTER
STEUBEN TRUST COMPANY
BANK OF LAKE PLACID
'IFG HANOVER TR CO/CPTl REG

AKRON
ALBANY
ATTICA
BABYLON
BINGHA'4TON
BROOKLYN
CASTILE
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GLEN COVE
HILTON
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LAKE PLACID
LATHAM

NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
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19390
67721
18403
77917
32349
56235
27407
49505
23213
154976
26631
38489
27583
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312
1060
494
1572
1268
755
379
1538
148
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324
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0
0
0
0
0
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0
0
0
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0
0

0
614
0
729
0
1029
0
0
0
3297
0
0
0
1577

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
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2363950 HER<IHER COUNTY TRUST CO
21~4310 NORTH FORK BK t TR CO
2364643 UNION STATE BANK
2364755 STATE BANK OF L I
2364820 '"ALGAMATED BK OF NEW YORK
2364838 ATLANTIC BANK OF NEW YO~K
2?!:.4943 BANCO DE BOGOTA TRUST CO
2364858 BA~K LEU~! TRUST CO OF NY
23648ft] BANK CF CCSMERCE
2364893 B~NK OF TOKYO TRUST CO
2364945 CANADIAN BANK OF CMRC TR
23649:37 CHINESE AMEPICAN BANK
2365053 DAIWA B4NK TRUST CO~PANY
2365130 F IOUC IARY TRUST COMPANY
2365168 FUJI BAN< t TRUST COMPANY
2365235 INO BANK OF JAPAN TR CO
23f>5::!44 ISRAEL DISCOUNT TRUST CO
2365418 ROYAL BANK t TRUST CO
n65515 UNITED AMERICAS BANK
2366050 PAVILICN STATE BANK
2367635 BANK OF UTICA
2367790 WYO~ING COUNTY SANK
2367970 FIRST TRUST UNION BANK
OF

LE ROY
LITTLE FALLS
HATTITUCK
NANUET
NEW HYDE PARK
NEW YORK
NEW YORK
NEW YORK
NEW YORK
NEW YORK
NEW YORK
NEW YORK
NEW YORK
NEW YORK
NEW YORK
NEW YORK
NEW YORK
NEW YORK
NEW YORK
NEW YORK
PAVILION
UTICA
WARSAW
WELLSVILLE

38 SANKS AFFECTED IN STATE

15
15

NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY

33042
40066
73340
21334
34343
3Hl62
3oa968
29763
655323
238860
1481432
18662
45320
84329
54450
198931
145169
15547
181565
507H
14587
49757
42294
140906

121
VL TCSH

742

984
1308
191
303
13B6
693
15
2267
3203
581
4
297

48
39
38
10
10
167
12H
331
337
731
2413

131
1977
REQBAL
D
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

141
NEW
EPA

151
NEW
REQBAL

0
0
1176
0
135
5199
5159
959
5303
5128
5349
92
452
1457
3167
2491
1482

0
0
0
0
0
l03B7
3217
0
189H
5606
51611
0
0
0
0
3019
2355
0
2573
0
0
0
0
0

IH
5205
0
0
459
0
2354

co

co

0
0
0
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0
-10387
-3217
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-18944
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0
0
0
0
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0
-2573
0
0
0
0
0

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--------------

---------------------

BANK CF ASHEVILLE
we STERN CAROLINA BK & TR tO
BANK OF BELMONT
PEOPLES BANK
REPUBLIC BANK & TRUST co
Pl EDMONT BANK & TRUST
CENTRAL CAROLINA BK & TR CO
MECHANICS ANO FARMERS 8ANK
YADKIN VALLEY BK t TR
EAST CAROLINA BANK
CAPE FEAR BANK & TRUST CD
F IOEL ITV BANK
CAROLINA STATE BANK
TARHEEL BANK t TRUST CO

161
OIF
131-151

HAVE NO EARNINGS PARTICIPATION. ACCOUNJ OR REQUIRED RESERVE BALANCE
HAVE NO REQUREO RESERVE BALANCE

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5370070
5370130
5370270
5370358
5370460
5370435
5370550
5370125
5370640
5370678
5170720
5370728
5370750

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NON~EHBER BANKS

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DURHAM
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ENGELHARD
FAYETTEVILLE
FUQUAY-VARINA
GASTONIA
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NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
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33876
29008
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5370810
5370820
5370855
5370857
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5371180

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CCH•UNITY BANK OF CAROLINA
GATEWAY BA'IK
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5371410 SOUTHERN BANK & TRUST CO
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537)480 NORTHWESTERN BANK
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5371520 BA'IK CF PILOT MOUNTAIN
PILCT MCUNTAIN
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5371530 FAq~ERS BA'IK
5371584 FIRST-CITIZENS BK & TR co
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5371585 ST ATE BANK OF RALEIGH
5371690 RI CH,•OND CO BANK
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537le~o SECURITY BK & TR CD
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5371'805 CAROLINA BANK
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5371940 FAR•ERS BA:IIK
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5371970 EOGECO•BE BANK £ TRUST co
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5372111 WACCAMAW BANK ANO TRUST CD WHITEVILLE
5372150 BPANCH BANKING AND TRUST CO WILSON
5372225 FORSYTH BANK & TRUST CO
WINSTON-SALEM
5372240 FIRST STATE BANK
WINTERVILLE
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42 BANKS AFFECTED IN STATE

28
9

NC
NC
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NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC

NC
NC
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19202
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123774
26349
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263481
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45454
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UNIO'I STATE BANK
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GCOSE RIVER BANK
A,ME• !CAN BANK ANO TRUST CO
FIRST WESTERN SB OF MINOT
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,mRTHwOOO STATE BANK
FIRST BANK OF ROLLA
CITIZENS STATE BANK
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NO
NO
NO
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11704
18117
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15838
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19418
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168
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185

141

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AKRON
4390050 FIRES TONE BANK
AKRON
4390080 GOOD YE AR BANK
ARCHBOLD
4390240 FARSERS t MERCHANTS ST BK
4390293 HU'ITINGTON BK OF ASHLAND
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43903B5 HOCKING VALLEY BK OF ATHENS ATHENS
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439117C HU•HINGTON BK OF CHILLICOTHECHILLICOTHE

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NAME

BENEFIT TO BANKS COVERED BY MODIFIED H.R. 7

Cl I
TDEP

LOCATION

NORTH SIDE BANK ANO TRUST COCINCINNATI
SAVINGS BANK
CIRCLEVILLE
MID~EST BANK & TRUST CO
CLEVELAND
CLYDE SAVINGS BANK CO
CLYDE
PEO•LE S BANK CO
COLDWATER
FRA'IKLIN BANK
COLUMBUS
OHIO STATE 8A~K
COLUMBUS
SOCIETY BANK
CCLUMBUS
UNION BANK CO
COLUMBUS GROVE
NORTHWEST OHIO 8K OF WO CTY CYGNET
DELAWARE COUNTY SANK
DELAWARE
REEVES 8UIK ING AND TRUST CO DOVER
U~ION COMMERCIAL & SVGS BK EAST PALESTINE
EDGERTON STATE BANK CO
WGERTON
ED0~ STATE BANK CO
EDON
FREMONT SAVINGS BUIK CO
FREMONT
BUCKEYE STATE BANK
GALION
COMMERCIAL ANO SAVINGS BANK GALLIPOLIS
OHIO VALLEY BANK CO
GALLIPOLIS
CITIZENS BANK
HAMILTON
A•ERICAN 8K OF CENTRAL OHIO HARRISBURG
HICKSVILLE SANK
HICKSVILLE
FIRELANDS COMMUNITY BANK
HURON
CITY SANK
KENT
KENTON
KE~TON SAVINGS BANK
FAR~~RS AND CITIZENS BANK
LANCASTER
LEIPSIC
BANK OF LEIPSIC CO
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FIRESTONE BANK
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CITIZE~S 8K CF LOGAN
FFMRS & SVNGS BK OF LDNVLL LOUDONVILLE
LOWELLVILLE SVGS & BKNG CO LCWELLVILLE
PEOPLES BANK ING CO
Ht COMB
RICHLAND TRUST CO
HA'lSFIElD
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HAR I ETTA
FIRST BANK OF MARIETTA
HARi ETTA
PEOPLES BA>IK ING ANO TRUST COMAR IOTA
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CITIZENS SAVINGS BANK
HAR TINS FERRY
PEOPLES SAVINGS BANK CO
MEDINA COUNTY SANK
MEDINA
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HEDI NA
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STATE B&T CO OF LAKE CTY
HI0DLEF IEL0
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MI0OLETOWN
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NAME

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111
TDEP

LOCATION

4394205 HENRY COUNTY BANK
4394210 NAVARRE DEPOSIT BAHK co
4394230 P cOPL ES BANK
43?4b60 OAK HILL SAVINGS BANK CO
43q4710 OLD FORT BANKING CO
4394835 SCCIETY BANK OF PAINESVILLE
4394aeo u•no~ STATE BANK
43asaso PORTSMCUTH BANKING co
4395440 CITIZENS BANKING CO
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FARSERS SAVINGS BANK
SPR l~GFl ELD BANK
SPRINGFIELD
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HUNT! NGTON BK OF TOLEDO
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TWINSBURG
TSl'lSBURG BANKING CO
UNITED BA~K
UHRICHSVILLE
FA 0 '1ERS STATE BANK
UNION CITY
COSSESCIAL SAVINGS BANK
UPPER SANDUSKY
VERMILION
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CITIZENS BANK AND TRUST CO WADSWORTH
HUrHtNGTON BK OF WASH CT HSEWASH COURl HOUSE
WAVERLY
WAVERLY STATE BANK
FAR~ERS BANK
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WILLARD
WILLARD UNITED BANK
FIRST STATE BK OF AOAHS ClY WINCHESTER
CENTRAL TR CO OF. WAYNE CTY WOOSTER
YELLOW SPRINGS
MIAS! OE POSIT BANK
PfOPLF.S BANK OF YOUNGSTOWN YOUNGSTOWN
CENTRAL TR CO OF ZANESVILLE ZANESVILLE
92 BANKS AFFECTED IN STATE

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CITIZENS BK & lR CO OF ADA
OKLAHOMA STATE BANK
ALVA STATE BANK & TR CO
ANADARKO BK & TR CO
LINCOLN BANK ANO TRUST co
ATOKA STATE BANK
UNIO"I BANK ANO TRUST
SANK OF BEAVER C ITV

14582

13437

14162

106248
105015
20731
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27285
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36516
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46370
18917
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28290
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131
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141
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476
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340
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LINCOLN CITY
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HAMBURG
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JERSEY SHORE STATE BANK
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JIM THORPE
MAUCH CHUNK TRUST COMPANY
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JOH~STOWN BANK C. TRUST CO
JONESTOWN
JONESTOWN BK & TR CO
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CllY BANK
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FIRST STATE BK OF STRATFORD STRATFORD
SUGAR LANO STATE BANK
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0
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WV
WV
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21155
25073
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307
400
211
123

0
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0
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0

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15
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0
0
0
0
0

71

0

1016
0
196

0
0
0

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0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

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NO'II NSUREO BANKS

BENEFIT TO BANKS COVERED BY MODIFIED H.R. 7

NAHE

DSB

LOCATION

10080297 ROCKY HT l'IDUSTRIAL BK
CDLCRADO SPRINGS
1008101-2 GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES IND BK LAKEWOOD
OF

2 BANKS AFFECTED IN STATE

0
1

co
co

1/17/19

111
TDEP

C2I
VL TCSH

13277
58690

I
1

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1977
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0
0

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EPA
87
1250

CSI
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0
271

C61
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HAVE NO REQUREO RESERVE BALANCE

------------6121240 PENSACOLA LOAN A~O SAVINGS &PENSACOLA
OF

1 BANKS AFFECTED IN STATE

0
1

FL

18632

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7171499
7171504
7171507
7171556
7171572
7171 H4
7171863
7171957
7172032

0

CHICAGO
CHICAGO
CHICAGO
CHICAGO
CHICAGO
CHICAGO
CHICAGO
CHICAGO
CHICAGO
CHICAGO

10 BANKS AFFECTED IN STATE

IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL

IL
IL
IL
IL
1
7

18500
17696
497570
46782
30449
90542
14581
28328
2B1BB
26727

50
63
1
15
16
13
1
127
25
1

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
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0

0

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BANCO DO BRASIL
BANCA COMMERCIALE ITALIANA
8ANU DEL LAVORO
BANCO DE LA NACION
BANCO DI NAPOLI NEW YORK
BANCO REAL
2364856 BANK FUR GEMEINW IRTSCHAFT
2364857 BANK HAPOALIN 8 N

167
0
1730
765
364
1265
13
126
297
324

0
0
16125
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0
1190
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0
0
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0
0
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0
0
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0
0
0
0

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---------------------

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2364836
2364837
2364839
23648H
2364842
236055

155

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BANI( LEUMI LE-ISRAEL
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OF

84

HAVE NO EARNINGS PARTICIPATION ACCOUNT OR REQUIRED RESERVE BALANCE
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I

NEW
NEW
NEW
NEW
NEW
NEW
NEW
NEW
NEW

YORK
YORK
YORK
YORK
YORK
YORK
YORK
YORK CITY
YORK

NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY

44471
3 58345
238017
152347
1893292
95261
82294
67980
116300

83
272
15
65
19
13
119
3
181

0
0
0
0
0
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0

1251
5203
4127
5255
5361
1732
3896
1265
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0
19703
9819
2030
71204
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0
512
263

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NDNINSURED BANKS

DS8

BENEFIT TO BANKS COVERED BY HOOIF IED H.R. 7

LOCATION

NAHE

2364892
2364896
2364940
2364963
2365032
23650H
2365?48
2365049
2365058
23652H
2365243
2365255
2365258
23~5315
2365318
2365343
2365344
2365345
2365404
2365425
2365430
2365445
2365454
2365463
2365464
2365465
236546 7
2365470
2365471
"2365473
2365535
2365536
2365539

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8NQ FRAN DE COM EXTERIEUR
NEW
SA,CLAYS BANK INTL
NEW
8RD~N BROS HARRIMAN & CD
NEW
CHARTERED BANK OF LONDON
NEW
COMMERZBANK AKT
NEW
CREDIT l~DUSTRIEL ET CDMHL NEW
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CR ED ITD I TALI AND
NEW
OR ESONER SANK
NEW
HONGKONG t SHANGHAI BANK
NEW
ISRAEL DISCOUNT BANK
NEW
LLOYDS BANK INTL LTD
NEW
LONG-TERM CREDlT 8K OF JAPANNEW
MITSUBISHI BANK LTD
NEW
MITSUI BANK LTD
NEW
NATIONAL BANK OF PAKISTAN
NEW
NATL WESTMINSTER BANK
NEW
ALGEMENE BANK NEDERLAND
NEW
PHILIPPINE NATIONAL BANK
NEW
SANNA BANK L TO
NEW
SAVINGS BANKS. TRUST COMPANY NEW
STANDARD CHARTERED SANK LTD NEW
STATe BANK OF INDIA
NEW
SUMITOHA BANK LTD
NEW
SUMI TOHO TRUST & 8KG CO LTD NEW
SlllSS BANK CORPORATION
NEW
SWISS CREDIT BANK
NEW
TA IYO KOBE BANK LTD
NEW
TDKAI BANK LIMITED
NEW
TOYO TRUST t 8A,,KING CD LTD NEW
U'UDN BANK OF BAVARIA.
NEW
UNION 8AIIK OF SWITZERLAND
NEW
WESTDEUTSCHE LANDESBANK
NEW
42 BANKS AFFECTED IN STATE

5370400 CABARRUS BANK & TRUST CO
OF

YORK
YORK
YORK
YORK
YORK
YORK
YORK
YORK
YORK
YORK
YORK
YORK
YORK
YORK
YORK
YORK
YORK
YORK
YORK
YORK
YORK
YORK
YORK
YORK
YORK
YORK
YORK
YORK
YORK
YORK
YORK
YORK
YORK

NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY

111
TDEP

121
VLTCSH

62981
735438
345040
25325
653548
80558
765065
108291
260'164
204259
390497
330535
169158
147866
465447
71480
496510
666126
43735
177495
304963
183498
66218
295061
325512
1976419
234357
72710
211604
33590
193300
751900
588999

2
401
159
22
21
5
20
8
23
140
530
142

I
16
5
0
38
69
129
39
1
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18
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236
86
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71
2

131
1977
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0
0
D
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
D
0

O·
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

141
NEW
EPA

151
NEW
REQBAL

1265
5537
5282
131
5539
1264
1741
1489
2350
4094
5058
5241
2548
2481
5289
1586
5289
1736
2529
3303
3991
1729
2900
1488
5288
1550
5270
759
3799
540
1488
1741
1741

390
46505
21628
0
28441
72
28468
1648
5093
2249
7856
8006
2716
0
25376
0
19075
22831
0
270
15480
0
0
3191
10363
61245
5173
0
2012
0
4941
30049
20842

0
11

HAVE NO EARNINGS PARTICIPATION ACCOUNT OR REQUIRED RE SERVE BALANCE
HAVE NO REQURED RESERVE BALANCE

0
l

HAVE NO EARNINGS PARTICIPATION ACCOUNT DR REQUIRED RESERVE BALANCE
HAVE NO REQURED RESERVE BALANCE

CONCORD

1 BANKS AFFECTED IN STATE

1/17/79

NC

67634

1633

0

556

0

161
DIF
131-151
-390
-46505
-21628
0
-28441
-72
-28468
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-5093
-2249
-7856
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0
-25376
0
-19075
-22831
0

-t'1o

-15480
0
0
-3191
-10363
-61245
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0

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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

NONI NSURED BANKS

OSB

BENEFIT TO 8-'"KS COVERED BY MODIFIED H.R. 7

NAHE

Ill
TDEP

LOCATION

1/17/79

121
VL TCSH

131
1971

REQBAL
9380090 BANK CF NORTH DAKOTA
OF

BISNARCK

1 BANKS AFFECTED IN STATE

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0
0

376057

589

0

141
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------------------------10401036 INVESTORS TRUST COMPANY
OF

DUNCAN

I BANKS AFFECTED IN STATE

OK
0

I

11652

0

58

0

0

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------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1Zltl0507 BANK CF TOKYO L TO
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OF

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DR
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1

83724
67222

33

0

160

0

1263
1330

717

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0

0

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·-----------------------------------H23825 BANK CF U'IIDISBURG
3427218 TOBIAS KNOBLAUCH
OF

UNDISBURG
READING

2 BANKS AFFECTED IN STATE

2
0

PA
PA

17822
11025

204
143

0

0

0

0

0
0

0

0

0

0

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-------------------------------·---------------------------1440310 WASHINGTON TRUST CDHPANY
OF

WESTERLY

I BANKS AFFECTED IN STATE

RI

0
1

98809

1070

0

2058

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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

NONI NSURED BANKS

DS8

NAME

2 BANKS AFFECTED IN STATE

111
TOEP

LOCATION

12530819 BANK OF TOKYO LTD
SEATTLE
12530820 CANADIAN IHPRL BK OF COHHRCESEATTLE
OF

1/17/79

BENEFIT TO BANKS COVERED BY MODIFIED H.R. 7

WA
WA

0
0

106367
llt,509

121
VL TCSH

26
151

131
1917.
REQBAL
0
0

141
NEW
EPA

151
NEW
REOBAL

1481
1835

1702
1567

HAVE ND EARNINGS PARTICIPATION ACCOUNT OR REQUIRED RESERVE BALANCE
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161

DIF
131-151
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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

'IUT,Jll SAVlll';S BA'<KS

BENEFIT TO BUIKS COVERED BY NODIF IEO H.R. 1

111

Pt&IIE

DSB

LOCATION

20'>01 JO PEO•LU SAVIIIGS BUIK
10'>0640 SOC lfTY FO~ SAYINGS
1091060 CON~ECTICUT SAYINGS BANK
OF

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HARTFORD
NEIi HAVEN

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3
0

3100400 WILMINGTON SVGS FUND
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2640
1192

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0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

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BANKS ~FF!CTEO IN STATE

1512241
1329MB
6J4065

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VL TCSH

1/11119

DE

644874

2114

0

0

HAVE NO EARNINGS PARTICIPATION ACCOUNT OR REQUIRED RESERVE BALANCE
HAVE NO REQURED RESERVE BALANCE

-----------------5240220 PROVIDENT SAVINGS BANK
5240260 SAVIIIGS BANK OF BALTIMORE
OF

1250255
1250300
1250410
1250520
1250510
1250585
1252390
1252470
1252730
1253150
1253761
1253770
OF

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BALTIMORE
BALTIMORE

2 BANKS AFFECTED IN STATE

2
0

MD

12
0

4519
2639

0
0

0
0

HAVE NO EARNINGS PARTICJPAT ION ACCOUNT OR REQUIRED. RESERVE BALANCE
HAVE NO REQURED RESERVE BALANCE

BOSTON FIVE CENTS SVGS BK
BOSTON
CHARLESTCWN SAVINGS BANK
BOSTON
HOME SAVl!r.S BANK
eosroN
PROVIDENT INSTITUTN FOR SVGSBOSTON
SUFFOLK FRANKll N SVCS BK
BOSTON
UHl:IN WARREN SAVINGS BANK
BOSTON
HEW BEDFORJ FIVE CNT SVG !K NEW BEDFORD
HUTUAL BANK FOR SAVINGS
NEWT~N CENTER
BERKSHIRE COUNTY SAVINGS BK PITTSFIELD
SPRINGFIELD INST FOR SVNGS SPR lliGFlELO
WORCESTER
PEOPLES SAVINGS BANK
WORCESTER CTY INST FDR SVGS WORCESTER
l2 8ANI\S AFFECTED IN STATE

522488
687954

MA

HA
MA

MA
HA

HA
MA

HA
MA

MA
HA

MA

906389
733060
372009
957060
594447
403781
21093B
459152
140712
504602
314062
31JIB27

2788
1483
486
1649
1256
802
1297
1430
552
4508
1418
1256

0
0

o·
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0
0
0

D
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
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0
0
0
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0

0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

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MUTUAL SAVINGS BANKS

111
NAME

DSB
2341550
2341570
23"2030
2342170
OF

LOCATION

HUDSON ClTY SAVINGS BANK
PROVIDENT SAVINGS BANK
MORRIS COUNTY SAVINGS BANK
HOWARD SAVINGS BANK

1117/79

BENEFIT TO BANKS COVERED BY MODIFIED H.R. 7

JERSEY CITY
JERSEY C ITV
MORRISTOWN
NEWARK

4 BANKS AFFECTED IN STATE

4
0

NJ
NJ
NJ
NJ

TDEP

I 21
VL TCSH

810861
55.8485
557322
2028089

5233
3290
3154
8128

131
1977
REQBAL
0
0
0
0

OF

DOLLAR SAVINGS BANK OF NY
BROOKLY~ SAVINGS BANK
DIME SAVINGS BK OF flEW YORK
EAST NEW YORK SAVINGS UNK
LINCOLN SAVl"IGS BANK
METROPOLITAN SAVINGS BANK
BUFFALO SAYINGS BANK
ERIE SAVINGS BANK
WESTERN NEW YORK SAVIN:1S BK
LONG ISLAND SAVINGS BANK
BOWERY SAVINGS BANK
ORY DOCK SAVINGS BANK
EHIG~ANT SAVINGS BANK
FRANKLIN SAVINGS BANK OF NY
GREENWICH SAVINGS BANK
MANHATTAN SAVINGS 8A>IK
NE~ YURK BANK FOR SAVl~GS
RIDGEWOOD SAVINGS BANK

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

161
DIF
131-151
0
0
0
0

•
•
•

---------------------

BRONX
BROOKLYN
BROCKLYN
BROOKLYN,
BROOKLYN
BROOKLYN
BUFFALO
BUFFALO
BUFFALO
LONG I SL AND CITY
NEW YORK
NEW YORK
NEW YORK
NEW YORK
NEW YORK
NEW YORK
NEW YORK
RIDGEWOOD

18 BANKS· AFFECTED IN STATE

151
NEW
REQBAL

HAVE NO EARNINGS PARTICIPATION ACCOUNT OR REQUIRED RESERVE BALANCE
HAVE NO REQURED RESERVE BALANCE

----------------2360870
236oqso
23610,0
2361030
2361150
2361172
2361260
2361270
2361330
23~4070
2364910
2365060
23650~0
2365161
2365190
2365280
2365350
2366560

141
NEW
EPA

18
0

NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY
NY

2401612
1302369
4065991
891760
1809529
1167089
1938340
1598606
738823
965216
4532585
2250525
2303071
144H78
2046128
1972182
3323104
880747

4402
3502
5517
2858
5908
3735
6173
3931
4262
3513
H49
5103
3848
4009
2799
3633
4190
3017

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
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0
0
0
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0
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0
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Attactn.nt B

~•

These amendments provide an exclusion from reserve requirements

of up to $10 million for transaction deposits of depository institutions
and an exclusion up to $10 million for time and savings deposits of
banks.

An

institution's transaction deposits in excess of $10 million

but not more than $50 million, and a bank's total time and savings
deposits in excess of $10 million but not more than $50 million are
exempted from reserve requirements. Reserve requirements will be imposed
on a depository institution's transaction deposits that exceed $50
million and a conmercial bank's total time and savings deposits that
exceed $50 million.

A depository institution will maintain in an Earnings

Participation Account at the Federal Reserve Bank (or passed through
to the Federal Reserve by another institution) an amount resulting
from first, multiplying the appropriate reserve ratios in effect for
each deposit category by the level of the institution's exempted deposits
for each deposit category and, second, deducting from this figure the
amount by which the institution's vault cash exceeds its reserve requirements.
The institution's Earnings Participation Account will earn interest
at a rate equal to the average return earned on the Federal Reserve's
securities portfolio.


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296
Section l(al is amended by striking subparagraph (Bl and
inserting in lieu thereof the following:

"(Bl A reference to net deposits of any given category
in any given institution refers to the amount
of reservable deposits of that category maintained
by the institution.•
Section 3 (al is further amended by adding after subparagraph
(Ll on page 5 the following:

"(Ml The term "Category A excluded deposits• means, with respect
to any depository institution, the amount of its Category A
deposits that does not exceed $10 million.

"(Nl The terms "Category B, C and D excluded deposits• mean with
respect to any bank, the amounts of its Category B, c, and D
deposits that do not exceed $10 million, so long as the total
of its Category B,

c,

and D deposits do not exceed $10 million.

If the total Category B, c, and D deposits of the bank exceeds
$10 million, the amount of its Category B, c, and D deposits

that shall be excluded deposits shall be determined by multiplying
$10 million by the proportion that the bank's deposits in

the respective categories bear to the total of its deposits
in the three categories.

"(01 The term "Category A exempted deposits• means, with respect
to any depository institution, the amount of its Category
A deposits that are in excess of $10 million but not more
than $50 million.


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"IP) The terllS •category B, c, and D exempted deposits• mean with
respect to any bank, the amount of its Category B, c, and
D deposits that are in excessof $10 million but not more
than $50 million, so long as the total category B, C, and D
deposits of the bank do not exceed $50 million.
Category B,

c,

If the total

~nd D deposits of a bank exceeds $50 million,

the amount of its category B,

c,

and D deposits that shall

be exempted deposits shall be determined by multiplying $50
million by the frcportion that the bank's deposits in the
respective categories bear to the total of its deposits in
the three categories.

"IQ) The term •reservable deposits• means the Category A, B,

c,

or D deposits of a depository institution that exceed its
total excluded and exempted deposits for each deposit category.•


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Section 3(a) is amended by striking paragraphs (2), (3), and
(4) on pages 5, 6, and 7 respectively and inserting in lieu thereof
the following:

"(2) EARNINGS PARTICIPATION ACCOUNT--A depository institution shall
maintain in an Earnings Participation Account at the Federal
Reserve Bank of which it is a member or at which it maintains
an account a balance determined first, by multiplying the
amount of its Category A, B,

c,

and D exempted deposits by

the reserve ratios in effect for its Category A, B,

c,

and

D deposits, respectively, and, second, by deducting therefrom
any amount by which the depository institution's holdings
of vault cash exceeds its reserve requirements on its reservable
deposits.

"(3) PASS THROUGH OF BALAIICES--A nonmember institution may maintain
balances at a member or nonmember institution that maintains
reserve balances at a Federal Reserve Bank or at a Federal
Home Loan Bank, but only if such institution or Federal Home
Loan Bank maintains such funds in the form of balances in
a Federal Reserve Bank of which it is a member or at which
it maintains an account.

Such balances shall not be regarded

as deposits of the intermediary institution for purposes of
determining reserve requirements imposed by this Section and
Federal deposit insurance assessment.

"(4) EARNINGS PARTICIPATION RATE--The Earnings Participation Account

of a depository institution shall earn interest at a rate
equal to the average rate earned on the securities portfolio
of the Federal Reserve System during the calendar quarter
i1D111ediately preceding the .interest payment date.

The Board

is authorized to adopt rules and regulations relating to the
issuance and administration of Earnings Participation Accounts.•


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Attachment C

Section J(a) is further -nded by adding the following subparagraph at the end thereof:

"(R)

In the case of affiliated depository institutions the

total excluded and exempted deposits shall not exceed in the aggregate
for such affiliated groups the product resulting from multiplying the
number of institutions in such affiliated group on August 1, 1978 by
$10 million for each category of excluded deposits and by $40 million
for each category of exempted deposits, provided that no more than $10
million shall be excluded deposits under each deposit category and no
more than $40 million shall be exempted deposits under each deposit
category at any individual depository institution.•

~•

This -ndment limits the total amount of deposit exclusions

and exemptions for affiliated institutions to the amount of the deposit
exclusion and exemption times the number of affiliated institutions
in existence on August 1, 1978.


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Attaclaent D

Section 2, paragraph (2), subparagraph (A) is amended to
read as follows:

•(A) directly to the Board in the case of member banks and,

for all deposit liabilities, in the case of other depository institutions
maintaining deposits specified in sections 19(b) (1) (A) through 19(b)(l)(D)
of this Act, and•

~•

This amendment clarifies that depository institutions with

transactions deposits will file reports on all deposit liabilities
directly with the Board.


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Attachment B

Section 3 is amended by adding at the end thereof the following
subsections:

"(cl The first paragraph of section 13 of the Federal
Reserve Act (12 u.s.c. 342) is amended as follows:


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by inserting after the words "member banks"

the words •or other depository institutions•.

(2)

by inserting after the words •payable upon

presentation• the first and third times they appear,
the words •or other items, including negotiable orders
of withdrawal or share drafts•.

(31

by inserting after the words •payable upon

presentation within its district,• the words •or other
items, including negotiable orders of withdrawal or share
drafts•.

(41

by inserting after the words "no..-mber bank

or trust company,• wherever they appear the words •or
other depository institution•.

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(51

by inserting after the words •n~mber bank"

after the second colon the words •or other depository
institution•.

(di

The thirteenth paragraph of section 16 of the Federal

u.s.c.

Reserve Act (12

(11

360) is amended as follows:

by striking out·the words "aember banks" wherever

they appear and inserting in lieu thereof "depository
institutions•.

(21

by striking out the words "member bank" wherever

they appear and inserting in lieu thereof "depository
institution•.

(31

by inserting after "checks" wherever it appears

the words •and other items, including negotiable orders
of withdrawal and share drafts•.

(el

The fourteenth paragraph of section 16 of the Federal

Reserve Act (12

u.s.c.

248(0) is amended by striking out "its

member banks" and inserting in lieu thereof "depository institutions•.
Comment:

In order to assure equal treatment for all depository instituions.•

thes~ amendements conform various sections of the Federal Reserve Act relating
to clearing facilities by eliminating the distinctions drawn by the Act
between member and nonmember depository institutions.


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Chairman REuss. Thank you, Chairman Miller, for a very able
and helpful statement. We will now examine under the 5-minute
rule, and let me first call upon the ranking member, Mr. Stanton,
for not only his 5 minutes of questioning but for 5 minutes for
opening statement, plus any additional time he feels is necessary.
Mr. STANTON. Thank you, Mr. Chairman.
Chairman Miller, I wish to express my own personal thanks for
your appearance here today.
Mr. Chairman, I wish to express my appreciation for you in
holding these early hearings and fulfilling your word of last fall
that this would be the first item of business before our committee.
During the last session I supported your approach, Mr. Chairman, to this legislation. It was not my own. As you well know, I
felt, and still do, the answer to this problem lies along the line of
paying of interest on reserves. We are still faced with the problem,
and I am openminded on the subject here this afternoon, and will
continue to be, because I am convinced it is a problem. We have
only to look at the immediate past, at the banks that have left our
System in 1978, to recognize this fact. However, in the interim of
the recess, all of us had an opportunity to go home and rethink
this issue and to look at what we expect to accomplish and how we
are going about it. I think perhaps in the weeks ahead I will offer
some alternative approaches to this subject matter if only for the
purpose of maybe to show we need an additional approach than the
mandatory approach which is in H.R. 7, or in the version that the
Fed is giving us today, which has some advantages over H.R. 7.
In doing this, I do not want to foreclose the fact that having said
the problem is so immense eventually I would not support some
system of mandatory controls, but I do it most reluctantly. At the
moment, I would not do it for the simple reason we are coming to a
conclusion perhaps there is a better way to solve this basic membership question than a mandatory solution.
Chairman Miller, you have stated the issue so well that the cost,
on page 6, the inequities of cost burdens borne by member banksand it is strictly that the current regulatory structure is arbitrary
and unfair because it forces member banks to bear the full burden
of reserve requirements. You go on to say something that I have
often thought about, and you have researched, through your staff
and your people, that "among major countries in the free world,
only the United States has legislative inequities being imposed on
the commercial banking system."
You did a good job in going over the historical facts, and, if we
could go back to 1913, I think we would look at this subject of
mandatory reserve requirements and there might have been a
simple solution in hindsight. However, in the realities of today in
which we live, the inequities exist because of the reserve requirements that are required on members of the Federal Reserve
System. There is an inequity. The solution, on the one hand, is
mandatory controls. I do not like them for several different reasons. First, maybe it is the philosophical approach to the idea of
mandatory that gets me.
Second, if we have a problem on the Federal level with our
membership in the Federal Reserve System, then we can make it
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the problem-and we all do-of the loss of membership in the
Federal Reserve System, then the easiest solution, which all the
plans I have seen so far hit upon, is to reduce the existing level of
the reserve requirements and establish reserve requirements for
each depository institution that is fair across the board. I do not
like the proposed system with an exemption period, whether $50,
$40, or $10 million-your plan, to a degree-because it is building
into the System inequities. It is pointing out a difference between
bigness and smallness. It is stating to a degree the Federal Reserve
Board primarily is going to be interested in the big banks of this
country. I think that is wrong.
I think it is wrong to treat big and small banks differently. I
think we should look for a solution within the institutions that are
now under Federal control rather than expand it to others. I go
totally against the popular opinion of my own particular Stateand I am sure the American Bankers Association, because the
chairman's bill is very good for the State of Ohio. I recognize the
difference it will make in the State of Delaware and others, and
once we get into battle with savings banks and other financial
institutions, I think we have real problems. So, what I am saying,
we probably will come up with a simple solution based upon the
original premise of which the Federal Reserve came to this committee. We are here now because over a year ago it seemed to
many wise people in this country the answer lay in payment of
interest on reserves. The question came about, do they have the
legislative authority to do it, or is there any other way to go about
it?
Mr. Chairman, I would hope we would keep an open mind on the
subject only for the exploratory purposes of getting at this particular problem, of solving the loss of membership in the Federal
Reserve System.
I think if we can lower those reserves we can, No. 2, come up
with a system of mandatory reporting requirements which we have
now that recognize not only the loss of membership but loss of
monetary control, which this Chairman of the Federal Reserve has
pointed out is necessary in order to solve some of his immediate
problems.
I think, we could come up with a payment of interest on reserves
down the road maybe 4 or 5 years, and only after all of your
services have been put into operation, to see where we stand, but I
think we need that authority to do it, to pay interest on reserves. I
think we could couple that with a one house veto if we are not
happy with it.
Our staff has come up with legislation. I want to keep to a
recommendation that would bring it in the ball park of what we
are all looking for in your bill and the Fed's cost to the Treasury.
Mine places it down the road, but we are going to work on that and
we are going to price it. I just utilized this time and that of the
committee, to point this out to everyone that we will offer an
alternative solution based on something besides mandatory requirements.
Maybe we ought to deal with it within the Fed membership,
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small ones pay no more than they are paying now, lower the
reserve requirements for others and look at all possibilities.
Mr. Chairman, I have just one question. You have shown a great
desire to cooperate with this committee in finding a solution to
this. You have directed your attentions and thoughts in interviews
along with the desire to work within the framework of H.R. 7. I do
not want to put you on the spot with this. You feel, I think, like I
do, it is a political thing to do, expedient thing, to get some solution. That is what we want, some solution. But would you rule out
of your thoughts something like I have been discussing of a similar
approach if this method which we are discussing today does not
work?
Mr. MILLER. Mr. Stanton, I certainly would not rule out alternate approaches, of which there are a number. You recall that last
summer the Federal Reserve proposal was, initially, on a different
track. We were on the track of a program that would lower reserve
requirements, coupled with payment of limited interest on reserves, and charging for services. This was a solution designed to
reduce the burden of membership, and thus the attrition of membership, while preserving Treasury revenues.
It was a solution that we had come to, at that time, as the
practical step that could be taken. I would point out, though, that
even we recognize that it was not, even within the constraints of
the existing constituencies, a very permanent solution. There is
just no doubt that other new forms of financial services are going
to be growing rapidly at banks and thrift institutions and this will
continue to provide a more competitive environment. The public
and the Nation will benefit from the better financial system and
the better payments system that results. But our solution last
summer did not take account of the fact that, in due course,
institutions which are seeking new asset powers-because they
have found themselves vulnerable to the cycles of housing and
interest rates-are going to be looking like banks in 10 years. If we
do not prepare for that situation, we are going to be creating just
another problem down the road.
So, our solution was one we thought would hold the fort, but I
would remind you that every commission appointed since 1933 on
the issue of our financial structure has recommended universal
reserves as an essential ingredient in establishing a modern national financial system compatible with the strength and vitality of
this Nation.
We do not have optional currency. Mandatory sounds like a bad
word, but the Constitution gives the power to coin and regulate
money to the Congress, and we cannot overlook the fact that if
States had separate currencies we would be in disaster. So while
we do not want to preempt the continuation of an arena with all
kinds of depository institutions, it seems to me we should equalize
the playing field to the extent we can.
The problem with doing this by reducing Federal Reserve requirements or paying interest on member bank reserves to the
degree necessary is neither intellectual or philosophical; it is a
problem of money. It would cost the Treasury too much, and that is
where we always find our constraints.

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Mr. STANTON. Would you say it costs too much and not knowing
what the returns are going to be?
Mr. MILLER. It appears-Mr. STANTON. We may not do it for 5 years?
Mr. MILLER. It appears that if the price we put on Federal
Reserve services becomes too dear, then we will not collect any
offsetting revenue, because we will drive the business elsewhere. It
appears that the $410 million, estimated in 1977 dollars, is about
what the traffic will bear at the moment. We could be wrong by
$50 million, but I do not think we can be wrong by $400 million. I
do not think we could double those figures and maintain our service levels; we would dismantle Federal Reserve services.
I want to be sure I am making myself clear. We do not want to
close our minds to alternatives, and we have made our staff available to look at alternatives because we are so conscious of the need
to have a sound solution, one which brings a sense of unity and
purpose. We believe we ought to find a consensus that we can live
with and strengthen. There is no contentiousness here, only the
hope that the time has come to find a solution.
Mr. STANTON. Mr. Chairman, I thoroughly appreciate the extra
time.
Chairman REUSS. Thank you, Mr. Stanton.
Chairman Miller, suppose-and I sincerely hope this is not the
case-Congress does nothing about the subject matter of the Federal Reserve. Would, in your judgment, such failure to act on the
part of Congress render appreciably more difficult your job of
controlling the Nation's money and fighting inflation?
Mr. MILLER. Mr. Chairman, we believe that it would. We believe
that the slack in the System now-because of the degree to which
deposits are held outside the System-has made it increasingly
difficult to link up our monetary action to its effect on the growth
of the money aggregates. In this time of inflation, which is the
primary threat to our country, this inability puts us at a great
disadvantage.
The fact that there is this degree of unpredictability and variability means that we might apply too much monetary restraint to
the economy, miscalculating its result, and we might cause a
crunch that we do not need.
On the other hand, we might be deceived by that slack into
believing that everything is in very good control; we might be too
easy and find ourselves with another inflationary spiral on our
hands. It is so critical that in this decade and the years ahead we
wipe inflation out of the System once and for all, that we feel very
strongly that we do need this legislation to help us.
Chairman REUSS. You have indicated in your testimony here
substantial agreement with H.R. 7, but you have one important
addendum to it, namely, the use of your proposed earnings participation account so as to cover deposits between $10 million and $50
million. I would like now to direct a question at the importance of
the additional controls of our money supply which your addendum
would give. I think it may be helpful in this connection to refer to
the very helpful chart I-the members may wish to do this-in
your assembly which is part of your record here. As I view that
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remain outside the mandated reserve limits. According to chart I,
this would mean an absolute range of variation of 7 percent on
either side of a 2-month forecast, with a growth rate of monetary
aggregates. In other words, you forecast a 6 percent growth rate.
The range would be from 5.8 percent to 6.2 percent, which seems to
me a reasonably high degree of monetary control.
Under your proposal you would get only a slight further increase
in variability to a range of about 5.9 percent to 6.1 percent. I
mention this to ask you to confirm my reading of the chart, which
I believe is right, and then if it is right, or subject to whatever
correction you might want to make in my reading of it. Is not,
then, the effect of the Federal Reserve earnings participation account proposal one to somewhat strengthen your monetary control
but not as night and day?
Mr. MILLER. Mr. Chairman, I am just verifying this with my staff
here, and I want to give you an addendum to what you were
saying, if I may.
Chairman REUSS. Please.
Mr. MILLER. The 7-percent variability you mention can be found
on the chart, but it does not mean that if the goal for 2-month
growth of M1 is 6 percent, you take 7 percent of 6 percent; it means
you take 3½ percentage points on each side, for a range of 2½
percent to 9 ½ percent. We could fall within that range and still
have been exerc;ising what we thought was proper policy toward a
6-percent goal. So that variability is very wide indeed. In other
words, we are dealing with absolute numbers, not percents of percents.
Chairman REUSS. Would you then give us the comparison which
I was trying to do between H.R. 7, as it stands, and the Fed's
earnings participation?
Mr. MILLER. Begin at the bottom left on the chart and find the
dash that represents 6 percent of deposits not subject to reserve
requirements. You will then see that our proposal has a variability
of about 2 percent, so if we were shooting for 6 percent we might
come out between 5 and 7 percent.
If we leave the System with 30 percent of deposits outside it, as
you say, that gives a variability of about 7 percent, so if we were
shooting for 6 percent the result could be somewhere between 2½
and 9½ percent. That is a 7-percent range, while under our proposal it would be a 2-percent range.
Chairman REUSS. That is over a 2-month average?
Mr. MILLER. Yes. We correct policy each month. If things went
the wrong way, we would try to get them going back again.
Chairman REUSS. What would it be like over a year?
Mr. MILLER. If you are wrong every 2 months, even if you try to
correct, you could be compounding your mistakes for a considerable
degree of error. If you expect your errors to average out you might
narrow the error, but there still would be a very substantial gap.
Over 2- or 4-month periods, economic perceptions, investment decisions might begin to be taken that trim the economy, contrary to
what the Federal Reserve might be trying to accomplish, just because it suddenly looked like money really tightened, and then
interest rates would start shooting up and housing starts would
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I want to hasten to point out that the chart shows only the
variability caused by shifts of deposits between members and nonmembers. When held by a member, deposits require reserves with
the Federal Reserve. If that deposit-or reasons of payment or
choice, or whatever-moves to a nonmember institution, suddenly
we have the same amount of deposits, but the lower required
reserves, which can cause some flux in the System.
We have some variability, in addition, from deposits that move
from checking accounts to savings accounts because these have
different reserve requirements. Deposits also might move from a
small bank, with a 7-percent reserve requirement, to a billiondollar bank, with a 16¼-percent reserve requirement. So there are
many variabilities. You can see why we feel the need, particularly,
to take this big factor of variability that comes from member/
nonmember reserve requirements and narrow it as much as we
can.
We can do that regardless of whether the institution holding
reserves with us receives earnings on those reserves or does not;
the essential thing is to have the reserve deposit for assuring the
predictability of monetary policy lever. You then have a known
fulcrum. If the fulcrum is not known, then when you put pressure
on it you don't know whether you're moving a ton or a pound at
the other end. That is the problem.
ChairmQ.n REUSS. In either case, H.R. 7, as it stands, or your
earnings participation accounts addendum, if the Federal Reserve in
this day and age does have to do fine steering and fine tuning in
·
order to get as close as it can-Mr. MILLER. We have to move more rapidly than in the past in
order to avoid overshoots. The degree to which the system is less
predictable, the more difficult it is to avoid overshoots and to tune
to affect the monetary aggregates.
Chairman REUSS. If I am not mistaken, your previous work experience was the Navy or the Coast Guard?
Mr. MILLER. Yes, the Coast Guard.
Chairman REUSS. The analogy between what the quartermaster
has to do steering a vessel, and monetary policy, is not wholly
fanciful.
Mr. MILLER. No it is not. You have a sloppy helm, sometimes,
and then it takes a lot of movement before you get a bite on the
rudder, as Mr. St Germain will tell you from his Rhode Island
sailing experience.
[Pursuant to a telephone conv~rsation with Chairman Miller the
following letter with attached table was received for inclusion in
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BOAR □ □ F

GOVERNORS

CFTHE

FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM
WASHINGTON, 0. C. 20551

G. WILLIAM MILLEA
CHAIRMAN

March 16, 1979

The Honorable Henry s. Reuss
Chairman
Committee on Banking, Finance
and Urban Affairs
House of Representatives
Washington, D.c.
20515
Dear Henry:
In response to your request, I am enclosing a table showing
the number of national banks that converted to State nonmember banks
from 1950 through 1978 (left column of table). I have also included
in the table the number of State nonmember banks that converted to
national charters during these years. In the far right column, I
have provided the net conversions for each year.
The number of conversions from national to State nonmember
banks has increased sharply in the past two years. The number for
1978 (62 conversions and 59 net conversions) is by far the largest
during the 29-year period.
The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency asks each bank
for the reasons for converting from a national to a State charter.
Although banks are not required to respond, almost all of them indicate
~hat the reason is the burden of maintaining reserves at the Federal
Reserve.
The principal steps that a national bank nrust accomplish in
order to convert to a State-chartered bank are the following:
(1) unless waived by all the shareholders, the bank must
publish at least once a week for four consecutive weeks--in a
newspaper of general circulation in the place where the head
office of the bank is located--a notice of the time, place and
purpose of the shareholders' meeting to act upon the conversion
plan;
(2) at least two-thirds of the holders of each class of
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(3) the plan of conversion must be approved by a majority
of the bank's entire board of directors; and
(4) the bank must provide evidence (in the form of certified
copies) to the Comptroller of the Currency regarding the shareholder vote, the resolution of the board of directors, and the
certificate of conversion issued by the State banking authority.
The only reason for a delay in the conversion process would
be the lack of prompt action by the State authorities who must approve
the State charter. No waiting period is required by the Comptroller
of the Currency.
No notification to the Federal Reserve is required, though
in most cases national banks inform their regional Federal Reserve
Bank of their intent to withdraw from the System.
Please let me know if I can be of further assistance.
Sincerely,

Enclosure


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National Sanks
Changes in Federal Reserve System Membership Status
National to Non•
Number of Banks Converting From
Nat iona 1 to Non-member Status

Nunbcr of Banks Converting From
Non-mcmbcr to National Status

1950

member

!net conversion}
0

1951

2

-1

0

6

8

-4

1952

6

1953

4

1954

4

1955

4

:956

3

6

1957

4

2

3

-1

4

1958

-3

-3

1959
1960

6

3
-4

1961

-2

1962

6

8

1963

13

18

-5

!964

5

19

-14

1965

12

-5

1966

10

-3

1967

-2

5

1968

12

6

6

1969

27

8

19

1970

39

5

34

1971

21

1972

22

12

10

1973

21

8

13

1974

20

8

12

1975

10

8

2

1976

23

8

15

'977

43

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14

38
3

59

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Chairman REUSS. Mr. Ashley.
Mr. ASHLEY. You mentioned constituencies that you are increasingly involved with, Mr. Miller, and I am wondering as one-as all
of us are interested in our constituencies and persuading them of
our good intentions and good deeds-how do your constituents line
up with respect to H.R. 7 plus your earnings participation account
modification? Are they all squarely behind you?
Mr. MILLER. Mr. Ashley, the answer to that is that the positions
of those constituencies are evolving. Last summer when this came
up, I would say. that all the thrift institutions were opposed to this
legislation and an earlier version in its coverage of them. Of course
the original effort left them out of reserve requirements, but they
were opposed to it.
I would say that a number of them have shifted to either a
neutral position or to a reexamination. In our discussions with
them I would say I am much encouraged by their beginning to
recognize the stake they have in a sound monetary system; they
recognize that a stable and known system may be more to their
self-interest than a preferential position which cannot last.
You cannot expect Congress to allow mutual savings· banks, or
savings and loans to develop into full-line banks while commercial
banks lose position, without there being some reaction. I think it
would make more sense to sit down the rules and then let thrifts
develop accordingly.
- Organizations like the American Bankers Association, which in
their discussions last year preferred lower reserves and a more
universal system of reserves covering all kinds of deposits, are now
going through a complete evaluation process. We are going to be
meeting with them. I would say there they have a very positive
attitude about evolving a position that recognizes, from an objective view, the good this legislation would do for the banking
system.
As far as I know, many of the independent bankers have favored
this kind of legislation. Many of them, of course, have to examine
this new idea of the earnings participation account to see if that
would complicate their position of general support. I would say the
atmosphere today is one of more education, more awareness, more
appreciation, and more willingness to examine the proposal objectively. I am encouraged by it.
Mr. AsHLEY. Mr. Stanton commented on the experience of other
countries with respect to the approach taken as far as membership
affiliation, the connection between the central bank and the banking systems of various countries. That seems to be one critical
sentence quoted from page 7. The first sentence that has to be
taken into account is your sentence that, "Members are at a competitive disadvantage relative to other depository institutions."
Then you go on to say, "Among the major countries in the free
world, only in the United States has this legislative inequality been
imposed upon the commercial banking system." I think it is important to simply point that out for the record because what you are
talking about is the lack of equity in the competitive marketplace
that exists at the present time between thrifts and commercial
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Mr. MILLER. That is correct, and between member banks and
nonmember banks.
Mr. ASHLEY. Yes. Among the major countries of the free world,
how have they addressed this problem? I ask this because Mr.
Stanton, understandably, is interested in an approach which, in
some way, will sweeten the pot and thereby bring on, hopefully, a
voluntary correction; and I am just wondering to what extent that
is realistic. Is the experience of other countries constructive at all?
Mr. MILLER. Yes, it is. I will ask my associates to assist me. I
have a long schedule here showing the practices in other countries;
I think you would probably want, just a summary.
In general, major industrialized countries have recognized, first,
that the financial system is a national issue whose importance to
the Nation overrides local interests. And-as in this country-their
systems of money and credit are of national concern. Central banks
have, therefore, by the laws and under the regimes of those countries, been given cognizance over all banks and depository institutions.
Second, these countries have, as a general rule, reserve requirements. There are cases of countries which operate monetary policy
without reserve requirements, but in these cases the country has
moved quickly to establish reserves as the technique to stabilize
the growth of money and the availability of credit.
So the experience, unless I am overlooking something, is, in
general, that the central bank should have cognizance over all
depository institutions, and that these institutions should maintain
reserves.
Now, reserves can be maintained in the form of interest-bearing
assets, which avoids the burden of membership and addresses the
equity issue to a degree.
The trouble is if you just did that and nothing else, the decline in
Treasury revenues would be very large. While that might have
been satisfactory to do in 1913, at this stage in our fiscal situation I
don't think we can make that kind of a change without tremendous
impact. Last year, the Federal Reserve contributed $7 billion to the
Treasury, and that is significant revenue.
Chairman REUSS. Chairman Miller, you have just mentioned a
study that your staff has done on reserve requirements the whole
world over. Would that be helpful to the committee?
Mr. MILLER. I think we should file it with you, Mr. Chairman. It
shows: A universal reserve requirement in Canada, yes; France,
yes; Japan, yes; Switzerland, yes. It also gives a little detail on how
requirements are imposed.
I think it would be very helpful to your staff.
Chairman REuss. Without objection then, we will appreciate
your filing it and it being part of the record.
[Chairman Miller subsequently furnished the following table in
response to Chairman Reuss' request:]


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Mr. STANTON. Just one quick followup to your question and Mr.
Ashley's: You spoke about how much the banks paid to the Treasury last year. Could you get some figures for the committee of, say,
over the last 5 years, of how much revenue has been lost to the
U.S. Treasury due to the attrition in the Federal Reserve membership?
Mr. MILLER. Yes, we can give you that.
[Chairman Miller subsequently furnished the following two
tables in response to Congressman Stanton's request:]

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Estimated Loss in Trcac;urv Revenues From Attrition in Federal Reserve Membership After June 1972
(l)

(2)

Fiscal!/
Year

(4)

Member Bank
Deposits if
June 1972

Commercial

Bank
Total

(3)

Deposits 2/

Member Bank
Deposits 2/

Proportion
Maintained
($ billion)

(5)

Amount by
Which Fed

(6)

(7)

Amount by
Which Treasury

arc Lower -

Amount by
Which Fed
Earnings 41

are lower-

($ billion)

($ billion)

($ billion)

($ billion)

2.8

112

6.6

4

Security

Difference
(3) - (2)

Holdings 31

Revenues
are Lower

($ billion)

($ billion)

June 1972

553, l

434,0

434,0

1973

599.8

467,8

470,6

1974

673.8

520,2

528,7

8.5

333

22.9

15

1975

737.5

565,3

578,7

13.4

481

34.1

20

1976

776.4

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609,2

25,7

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1977

857.0

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1,378

91.• 0

54

!/

Fiscal years 1973 through 1976 arc June to June; Fiscal year 1977 is October to October,

V

For Fiscal years 1973 through 1976, average of June, December and June Call report figures for gross
deposits, For 1977, average of June and December of 1976 and June and December of 1977.
Column (4) times average reserve requirement against all deposits for member banks with deposits less
than $100 million in each fiscal year less average nonmember bank holdings of vault cash. Latter amount
is subtracted from average reserve requirements because even if a member bank were to withdraw from the
sYstem, it would have to maintain vault cash equal to that of an average nonmember. Since the Fed holds
sccur~ties against Federal Reserve notes, System earnings would only be reduced by the amount of reserve
ha.lances withdrawn plus excess cash held by members over and above that of nonmembers.

Column (5) times the average rate of return on System portfolio in each fiscal year,
(2/23/79)

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SUPPLEMENTARY TABLE
Estimated.
Average Required
Reserve Ratio

Estimated

Estimated

Ratio of Nonmember

Average Rate of
Return on

Fiscal
Year

of Member Banks
with Total Deposits
of Less Than ~100 million

Bank Vault Cash
Holdings to Total

1973

.OSSO

• 0150

.0588

1974

· .0540

.0148

.0687

Deeosits of Nonmember Banks

System
Portfolio

....

~

1975

.0507

.0148

.0709

1976

.0478

,0146

.0678

1977

.0462

.0143

,0660

Fiscal years 1973 through 1976 are June to June; Fiscal year 1977 is October to October.

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318
Mr. MILLER. Let me just mention a couple of figures that would
be interesting to you and that I think are pertinent.
Yes, we have been losing hundreds of millions of dollars from
attrition, no question. If we don't solve this problem, we can predict that attrition will continue, and I will give you my personal
view: If we don't have some solution to the problem this year,
many, many banks are just waiting to leave, and there would be a
large initial exodus and perhaps continuing attrition.
We have calculated the cost to the Treasury, considering tax
revenues and other issues and the Treasury agrees with this-of
doing nothing. Assuming that the attrition rate would be halfway
between the rate in New England with NOW accounts and the
national rate-this assumption is based on the fact that new automatic transfer accounts and other developments are beginning to
accelerate the problem in other parts of the country-then in fiscal
year 1980 the Treasury would lose about $30 million; but, by 1982,
the annual loss would be $313 million.
So, $313 million is the figure we are looking at 4, 5 years down
the road. That is why I am saying that some cost now is worth it.
Mr. STANTON. One last thing, Mr. Chairman, just for the record:
The Fed has now furnished me with the cost, since I spoke
earlier in my opening remarks, about a uniform reserve requirement structure, and the lower reserve requirements, instead of 7 to
16 percent, to a 6 to 8 percent for demand deposits, item No. 103,
the cost of these figures-I want for the record-is $270 million, in
comparison to H.R. 7, which is $230 million. So we are in the ball
park when it comes to a comparison figure.
Chairman REUSS. Mr. Wylie?
Mr. WYLIE. Thank you, Mr. Chairman.
Chairman Miller, on Monday Mr. Carswell was before this committee and he said, I think it is fair to say, that the primary
purpose of Fed membership is to get a handle on monetary policy.
Would you agree with that?
Mr. MILLER. Yes. There are some other reasons, but that certainly is the primary reason.
Mr. WYLIE. Has the President helped you solve your problem
with his new proposed fiscal policy?
Mr. MILLER. When I came to Washington last year about this
time, when I took office in March, the fiscal plan for fiscal year
1979 contemplated a $60.5-billion deficit. I must commend the Congress and the administration for recognizing the dangers of inflation and reducing that fiscal stimulus by $22 billion and coming up
with a fiscal year 1979 proposed deficit of $38 billion.
The trend the President has now followed-further reduction to
$29 billion for fiscal year 1980-is encouraging and in the right
direction. As I have said before, if we can continue to reduce the
Federal deficit, on a progressive basis so that we don't shock the
economy and send ourselves into a recession, and if we can reduce
Federal expenditures as a percentage of GNP, we will contribute
greatly to solving our problems and to a shift in the mix of policy
for more austerity on the fiscal side and more flexibility on the
monetary side. This, I think, would contribute to a healthier economy in the future.

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Mr. WYLIE. I agree with you. I say that because I believe that
most of your problems have been exacerbated by an irresponsible
fiscal policy over the last few years. You don't need to comment on
that.
Mr. MILLER. Since 1971, this Nation has added as much debt to
its books as it added in the first 200 years of its history. One would
not have to be very much grounded in economics to recognize that
causes a problem.
Mr. WYLIE. I will receive that caveat.
Mr. Stanton and Mr. Ashley both made much of the fact that
you first made a comparison with other countries and then attempted to expand on that.
Is it really fair to compare, or can we compare our problem as
far as our Federal Reserve System is concerned, and membership,
in view of the fact that we are the only country in the world with a
dual banking system?
Mr. MILLER. The issues of money and credit and of-States' rights
and Federal rights are old ones in this Nation. The whole issue of
banking has been a .volatile and a very controversial one from the
beginning of the Republic.
The resolution to find a compromise and to move to a stronger
national system that led to the Federal Reserve System was both
timely and critical. I don't think we would have brought our economy to where we have today without it. The improvements made in
the thirties to further strengthen the independence of the Federal
Reserve System and to maintain a strong supervision and environment for development of depository institutions have been critical.
The dual banking system has allowed, I think, an alternative that
has probably contributed to sound development of these policies.
I would like to see the dual banking system, that is unique to
America, maintained. What is proposed in H.R. 7-anything we are
proposing-is in the context that we intend, plan, and expect, that
the dual banking system will continue strong. Membership would
not be made mandatory, only that participation in the central
bank, which is necessary for the strength of the whole financial
system, would be required. In that sense, banks would still have
the opportunity to elect State charters and State supervision as
they do now.
I mentioned before that we have 1,100 State-chartered members
of the Federal Reserve, and that indicates that there are quite a
number of banks which are willing to be part of the central bank
but still maintain State charters; I think that will continue.
Mr. WYLIE. In the memorandum cover letter from Governor
Coldwell, which accompanied your statement, on page 2 he says:
"Monetary policy presently emphasizes the interest rate on Federal
funds as its day-to-day operating guide, rather than reserves." He
might have added-"Rather than monetary aggregates."
Given the fact that the Fed has been criticized by Mr. George
Meany for attempting to control the money supply by increasing
the interest rates, and by others for not controlling the money
supply directly, would not a change in your longstanding practices
improve the Fed's control over the money supply, might it
improve the Fed's performance, or what do you make of Mr.
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Mr. MILLER. Mr. Wylie, I believe we must be willing to reexamine our techniques constantly, to look for the best way to accomplish our objectives. By now this committee probably has a good
view of my own philosophy about these things. I am not doctrinaire. I think we ought to be willing to examine on the merits any
-system that would give us better control.
It may be that we should reexamine, as the Fed has from time to
time, whether we should put more emphasis on the method of
controlling reserves as a way of dealing with the monetary aggregates, rather than the relation that aggregates have to the level of
interest rates. The Board has been discussing this; we will continue
to do so, and I think we are perfectly prepared to consider this on
the merits.
I am not yet convinced that on net there is any great advantage
of one system over the other. But there may be, and it may be that
the time will come when we will find, because of other changes,
that this would be a desirable way to go.
Mr. WYLIE. I think that is an excellent answer.
I have been given a note that my time has expired.
Chairman REUSS. Mr. St Germain?
Mr. ST GERMAIN. Thank you, Mr. Chairman.
Mr. Miller, we are talking about constituencies and, of course, as
Bill Stanton stated earlier, we have all been home for a period of
time since we last spoke-which I believe was in October-on this
issue, and as a result our constituencies have had an opportunity
to expound their views; and I think, as a practical matter, we must
realize that many of the members are probably going to have a
very difficult time with this.
On the one hand, it will be the responsibility of ourselves as far
as our economy is concerned; but, on the other hand, there have
been some strong arguments made at home; and I think you will
recall when you were still in the great State of Rhode Island, I
believe, that your office probably overlooked that gold dome which
is the dome over the Old Stone Bank, one of the oldest financial
institutions in the country.
Old Stone is unique, just as, unfortunately, Rhode Island's banking system is unique, because when they converted from a mutual
to a commercial they ended up providing stock to 52,000 Rhode
Islanders, 52,000 people in Rhode Island, announced stockbrokers
in that particular bank, and more than 85 percent of their assets
are in consumer savings and time deposits. The bulk of these are
small accounts and, as you probably know, as a result of their
historical emphasis on the mutual end of the institution, rather
than commercial, because it had been both for many years, before
the conversion, they are probably one of the State's largest mortgage lenders.
Now the legislation we have before us would have a severe
impact on Old Stone. It will require them to come up with close to
$30 million in reserves.
Now I am sure you realize that I have had conversations with
you and I appreciate the Federal Reserve's problems. By the same
token, I cannot help but be concerned about anything that would
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which would have to be withdrawn from the mortgage market in
that tiny State of Rhode Island.
As I stated, and as I am sure you know, the structure of Old
Stone is unique because of this dual system where institutions of
Rhode Island can be both commercial and .a thrift.
Is there any way in which we can recognize the contribution that
this institution makes to the State of Rhode Island as far as mortgage lending is concerned, the fact that its ownership is not in
wealthy people but rather lies with working people who have had
these small accounts over the years?
Mr. MILLER. Mr. St Germain, I am aware of the Old Stone problem. I not only looked over its dome from my former office, but
when I first moved to Providence I actually had an office almost
next door, at 50 South Main Street, a building itself built in 1790.
These are rather old problems; they go back a long time.
Old Stone converted to a commercial charter and, of course, it is
the second largest bank in the State. One can well appreciate its
unique situation in that it converted from a mutual savings bank
to a commercial bank.
On the other hand, one can look at its surrounding competitors
and ask the question: Is there any equity in not having this particular second largest bank pay taxes toward maintaining our monetary system, while other banks do? So we have to look at the equity
of the situation.
I dQn't know if there is some way in which the deposits that
existed at the time the bank converted are unique or could be
adjusted. But I would like to talk to Ted Barnes and persuade him
that the Old Stone Bank is going to do better by operating within
the Federal Reserve family and will meet its obligation and potential better than by not becoming part of the System.
I will be happy to talk with him to persuade him that there are
some other factors that he ought to consider.
,
Mr. ST GERMAIN. That answers ml question, Mr. Miller.
Mr. MILLER. Bill Heisler wouldn t have a problem. I notice he
would have zero reserve requirements under H.R. 7.
Mr. ST GERMAIN. Bill is doing very well; so is Jack Starke.
Mr. MILLER. Absolutely, yes.
Mr. ST GERMAIN. Thank you, Mr. Chairman.
Chairman REUSS. Thank you.
Mr. Gonzalez?
Mr. GONZALEZ. Thank you, Mr. Miller, for being with us.
Interest rates are sky high. I think, histor.ically, in the whole
country, as well as the foreign markets, one can note several
things: First, how is the Fed policy affecting interest rates? And,
second, what are your longrun interest rate objectives? And since
you are presenting a proposal today to bring many more depository
institutions under your control, can you tell us how you would
better be able to bring down interest rates under this proposal?
Mr. MILLER. Interest rates, Mr. Gonzalez, as I think you are
aware, are influenced greatly by the rate of inflation. Interest rates
are made up of two components: One is an inflation component,
which maintains the purchasing power of the loaned capital; the
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period of high interest rates-whether in the United States, in
England, in Brazil, in Italy, or anywhere-those who hold capital
always insist that they get back their purchasing power plus some
real return.
Looked upon in that way, we have tried to moderate the rate of
rise in interest rates to avoid dislocations in our economy. The real
rate of interest today on home mortgages is probably less than it
was 5 years ago. That is one of the reasons why Americans have
increasingly rushed to buy homes. They perceive that, particularly
in relation to their outlook for future income, that is a very reasonable proposition.
The Federal Reserve, in its efforts to restrain the growth of the
monetary aggregates and to contain the disease of inflation, undoubtedly contributes to the rise of short-term interest rates,
money market interest rates.
But it would appear that that very action to restrain the growth
of the monetary aggregates and to avoid excessive inflation has
also resulted in long-term rates that are probably lower than they
would otherwise have been. So there is an inverse yield curve that
has developed in the past year: The necessary monetary restraint
has tightened up the short-term market rates, but has left considerably more latitude in longer term rates; longer term capital has
not risen in cost to the same degree as short-term capital. That is a
vote of confidence from the market, which says, "We believe your
policy will work and that the inflation component in long-term
capital will come down; and therefore we don't have to increase as
much the charge for long-term capital."
Today, long-term Government bonds have a lower interest rate
than 30-day bills, which is a result of this new impression people
have of what is in prospect from monetary policy, coupled with
fiscal policy, coupled with actions to reduce the regulatory burden,
raise productivity, improve our international accounts, and promote exports. All of these go hand in glove with the effort to bring
down the rate of inflation and thereby bring down the rate of
interest. To the degree that we can improve the tools for controlling the supply of money and credit-so that we have a sure
mechanism for exercising that control with caution so as to avoid
dislocations, disruptions, and despair within the economy, but
nonetheless so as to bring the economy down to a rate of growth
that will allow us to work off inflation-the greater the precision
with which we can do that, the greater the probability of success
and the less the risk that we will inadvertently trigger a recession
or an economic downturn that would cause suffering for individual
Americans.
Mr. GONZALEZ. You don't think the present policies will bring
that about?
Mr. MILLER. Yes, over time, we will achieve our goals. But we are
exercising our policies with unsharp tools; we are more clumsy
than we would be if we had a more precise instrument. If we can
get a more precise instrument, we can bring precision to our actions and, as I say, avoid the possibility of being wrong.
If we have a great deal of slack in the system and, in an effort to
restrain money and credit, we go too far, unwittingly, then we can
trigger a recession. As you know, my view is that a serious reces
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sion does not contribute to solving our inflation problem because it
brings about massive unemployment and a higher Federal deficit,
and it starts us off on another cycle of reflation, with high borrowing by the public sector, and a shortage of resources for the private
sector to develop as it must in terms of productivity and capacity to
work on the supply side and the efficiency side of the economy.
Mr. GONZALEZ. You don't see that possibility happening in the
near future, with practically-as I understand the figures for the
last quarter or half quarter-no money growth and these terribly
high interest rates?
Mr. MILLER. As you know, I have had to keep up my courage
during this year in which many of you were concerned about the
rapid growth of the money aggregates. I pointed out that the
restraining influence of the Federal Reserve would take effect with
a lag. It has. We have shown lower growth rates for some time and
getting out some of the growth that was higher than we wanted.
We are getting back within the target ranges that we sought.
Now I think if we had better precision in monetary policy, we
could make sure that we don't have the money supply grow too
slowly and we could get it growing at the rate we want. But that is
very hard to do when your actions have as much swing as now can
take place-as demonstrated in chart I-because of the fact that
deposits and preferences for money run around among institutions
and among classes of deposits. We have a hard time getting a
handle on that. But I might point out, Mr. Gonzalez, that along
with the effects we are looking for from Mod 7-we must urge you
to look at Mod 7-we are also planning to do a complete study and
analysis of the definition of the various monetary aggregates.
The Federal Reserve staff will be publishing a paper this month
that offers some alternatives. It is our hope that this committee,
members of your staff, members of the financial and academic
communities, and business economists will help us, and that during
the year, as a parallel to Mod 7, we will also redefine the various
money supplies so as to sharpen our understanding of the characteristics of money as a medium of exchange and how that works
into the economy.
So we are looking at a monetary improvement program not only
in terms of reserves and membership, but also in terms of efficiencies, pricing for services, and payment alternatives, and at the
same time, we are reexamining the definition of money so that we
know what it is we want to control.
Mr. GONZALEZ. Thank you very much. My time has expired.
Chairman REuss. Mr. Leach.
Mr. LEACH. Mr. Miller, on page 12 of your statement you indicate
that the Board's proposal would place about 94 percent of all bank
deposits under the Fed. Is it not correct that the highest percentage realized since 1913 is about 86 percent, and if that is the case,
how do you respond to the argument that what the Fed is proposing is not a minor change but a somewhat greedy change?
Mr. MILLER. It is not intended to be greedy; it is proposed because there is no earnings penalty on banks. With the earnings
participation account, while the deposits would be with the Federal
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paid; there would be no earnings penalty to the banks making
those deposits.
If we were looking for 94 percent coverage with sterile reserves,
then I think we would be overreaching. But these aren't sterile
reserves; these are earning assets.
Now, of course, you and I know that the rate of return on the
portfolio of the Fed will change from time to time. Some years, the
rate of return is higher than banks can receive by investing their
liquid assets; some years it is slightly lower. Over the years, it
would average out, so it won't cost banks anything.
It is for that reason that we feel comfortable that we are not
imposing a burden. I might point out, quite apart from the monetary control aspect that I have mentioned, a practical reason why I
think that having 55 percent of commercial banks operating within
the Federal Reserve System is desirable: It is desirable because
otherwise we would have very few banks, less than 1,000, putting
up all the reserves and carrying all of the burden of the relationship with the central bank. In a nation with 14,000 banks, 5,000
savings and loans, 500 mutual banks, and 22,000 credit unions, to
have less than 1,000 financial institutions carrying the burden with
the central bank creates a division. It creates two classes of institutions, and I think that is dangerous.
We should have a larger number of financial institutions dealing
with the central bank, so that there is a common interest in a
sound system, not outs and ins. I don't think that is important.
Mr. LEACH. Let me pursue the assumption that to have more
banks covered will, on the one hand, increase the monetary aggregates which the Fed controls, and, on the other hand, would be
anti-inflationary.
The first part of the assumption seems correct, but is the second?
For example, if you look at the history of the Fed, there are many
who argue that increased control has been for the wrong purpose
at the wrong time. Increased control is not necessarily anti-inflationary; it could be the opposite. It might be that under your
leadership we could see increased control leading in an anti-inflation direction; but under someone else's leadership it might not.
Is there a serious argument that increased control may not be in
the country's interest?
Mr. MILLER. I think not. Less control with bad policies doubles
your error factor and makes it worse. Better control, even with bad
policy, allows you to see effects quicker and make corrections
quicker. It also allows this committee, in its oversight function, to
be far more likely to have a correct view of the effects of wrong
policies. You would see them more quickly and react more quickly.
In recent years, a great many new mechanisms have been put in
place to strengthen congressional oversight of the monetary
system. The monetary hearings that we have been having have
greatly increased the knowledge, awareness, and involvement of
this committee as representatives of Congress in the process and, I
think, have held the Federal Reserve accountable to high standards
of performance. With the new requirement under Humphrey-Hawkins, we are even going further. We will be showing you our
outlook for monetary policy for the whole year, and, we will be
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We will be appearing here again on February 21 to start that
process, and through these very strengthened processes I think you
will be much closer to what we are doing and why we are doing it.
If we make a mistake, the knowledge of it will be shared, although
if we do make a mistake I am sure I will be at fault.
Mr. LEACH. But on the Fed membership issue, we share very
poignantly in the decisionmaking process.
I have one final question. Have you made any study of regional
imbalances that might occur? My State of Iowa has a very large
number of quite small banks. Very few belong to the Fed. Should
an increasing number of these banks come under the Fed, might it
be argued that the cost of business would go up disproportionately
in Iowa causing a correspondingly disproportionate rise in the interest rates charged to Iowa consumers?
Mr. MILLER. There is quite a bit of regional variance in our
country, and that makes it difficult to implement a perfect monetary system. We have had in recent years-this is different from
prior years-more sluggishness in the northeast for reasons of
maturation that would be typical of any society, and we have had
greater economic growth in the newer areas and in those with
energy resources. Therefore, the demand for money and credit has
shifted around, and this has created problems for us. I think we
have to try to level those. We have to study our regional economies, as we are doing, in more depth, and try to make sure that we
recognize their problems and deal with them.
But one of the geniuses of H.R. 7 is that it certainly endeavors to
recognize the problems of small institutions which, if they are part
of it, are particularly heavily burdened by the present Federal
Reserve System. As chart III will show you-the bottom part which
shows the burden as a percent of earnings, they carry a larger
percent of the burden in being part of the Federal Reserve than do
larger institutions. One, I think, of the innovative parts of H.R. 7,
introduced by Chairman Reuss, is the exemption; we might argue
the level, but this feature would really reduce the burden upon
smaller institutions.
My staff has advised me that our computer run shows that no
bank in Iowa would have any increase in nonearning reserves as a
result of this legislation.
Mr. LEACH. Thank you.
Chairman REUSS. Mr. AuCoin?
Mr. AuCoIN. Thank you, Mr. Chairman.
Chairman Miller, how often has the Fed used changes in reserve
ratios among member institutions as a monetary control tool?
Mr. MILLER. The Federal Reserve has rarely, in recent years,
used a change in reserve ratios for monetary control. We did
recently, on November 1, in connection with certain large certificates of deposit, but such change has been rare. It is too bad,
because we really should be able to use the reserve ratio technique
more flexibly. We have been inhibited-I say "we" although I have
only been in the Federal Reserve for 10 months-historically, the
Federal Reserve has been inhibited from using reserve ratio
changes as a technique because the Fed has been in the position of
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larger reserves on a certain type of deposit in order to gain some
monetary control over the growth of that deposit category.
Mr. AuCoIN. On the other hand, Mr. Miller-Mr. MILLER. On the other hand, we could have lowered ratios
and made membership more attractive. However, we cannot lower
them in some deposit categories because of statutory limits.
Mr. AuCoIN. So the tool you have been using then in conducting
monetary policy principally has been your open market operations?
Mr. MILLER. That is correct.
Mr. AuCoIN. What inherently is missing in that last tool, the
tool you have been using in conducting effective monetary policy
for this country?
Mr. MILLER. What has been missing?
Mr. AuCoIN. Yes.
Mr. MILLER. There are reasons why reserve changes may be
more desirable in a number of cases. Because these tend to impact
specific classes of deposits, there are cases where the difference in
requirement-between domestic and international deposits, for example-may be used to influence specific flows of funds.
But whether we operate through the use of reserve requirements
that Congressman Wylie was speaking of, or whether we operate
using the techniques of the open market, it is still true that open
market operations would be more effective if we had more certainty in the fulcrum on our lever. That is what chart I is about; if we
get more certainty, then what we do in the open market becomes
more effective. That is one of the reasons, of course, we are seeking
this universality of reserves.
If we go beyond that-Mr. AuCoIN. Excuse me. Go ahead; finish your statement.
Mr. MILLER. No; I think the point was made.
Mr. AuCoIN. When you say certainty, are you talking about
predictability, certainty in predicting money movements?
Mr. MILLER. Yes. As you know, whether we are adding to the
money supply or withdrawing from it, how open market operations
actually work out depends upon how our action works through
deposits from institution to institution.
Mr. AUCOIN. Why wouldn't Mr. Stanton's suggestion for improved information gathering not solve the problem of certainty in
predictability in money movements?
Mr. MILLER. Information would help us, but it won't tell us until
after the fact whether deposits flowed from banks subject to reserves or banks not subject to reserves. You can't tell that when
you take an action at the desk. The report is about the past; it is
not about the future.
What we are trying to do when we are taking action through the
open market is to affect the level of reserves and the level of credit
availability over the next week; reports only tell what happened
the past week.
Mr. AuCoIN. Of course, any action you take, you have to then
assess what actually occurred; and then, based on whether you
miscalculated or not, you take subsequent action.
Mr. MILLER. But if every institution and every kind of deposit is
subject to the exact same kind of reserve, this becomes a mathematical computation. We would know that no matter which insti
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tution ended up with a deposit, the consequence would be the same
in terms of aggregates; so I think there is a lot that we would gain
no matter which tool we use.
Mr. AuCoIN. You say that even though among member institutions you have not used the tool that you request now?
Mr. MILLER. There are two tools.
Mr. AuCoIN. If it is such an effective tool, why is it you have-Mr. MILLER. Perhaps I should back off and clarify what we are
talking about.
In the first place, given the present situation, we cannot predict
with certainty the effect of an increase or decrease in reserve
requirements because we still have the problem of deposits flowing
between members and nonmembers. What we are talking about in
H.R. 7 is a universal requirement for all institutions above a certain size on deposits of the same category; all would be required to
maintain reserves. So what is introduced in the way of certainty,
using either tool, is that the fulcrum becomes much more certain.
Now this bill, as you know, has very reasonable reserve requirement levels. It also has bands of flexibility much narrower than
those under the present law. So if there were any change in reserve ratios once H.R. 7 is enacted into law, the percentage change
would likely be smaller, but, since alt institutions are covered in
the same way, and reserves are not graduated, the dollar change is
required. Reserves could be quite large-billions of dollars.
So I think we benefit in two ways. We get the possibility of more
certainty because all deposits-no matter whether the deposit is in
a member or nonmember-are subject to the same reserve requirement. Still, if we want to exercise restraint or ease by changing
reserve ratios, we have the ability to do so. So we would have a
more universal system, and we would have retained the ability to
move the level of reserves up and down and to control them. We
not only would have more precision but also the ability to use
alternate tools.
These are the two different aspects.
Mr. AuCOIN. Mr. Chairman, my time has expired.
Chairman REUSS. Mr. D' Amours.
Mr. D'AMOURS. Thank you, Mr. Chairman.
Thank you, Chairman Miller, for your testimony.
I have a small problem with your testimony. On page 7 you say
we are the only major country in the free world that legislates
some inequity upon our commercial banking system, but you apparently do not intend to go the route of requiring reserves to be
held against nontransaction accounts being held in thrifts at this
time.
Am I to understand that you think that it would be desirable to
go in that direction in the future?
Mr. MILLER. If we were designing a perfect system, I would think
that universal reserves on all depository institutions for the same
classes of deposits would be ideal. I don't think it is politically
practical to do this. Thrift institutions have been created outside of
the central banking system and chartered, both State and nationally, for certain purposes.
Mr. D'AMOURS. I understand that.

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Mr. MILLER. Then I would go beyond that and say that since I
don't believe it is practical to achieve that ideal, I also don't think
it is practical to use the qualification, at this time. If we are going
to set down a system and expect people to accept it as a fair new
set of ground rules, we have to give them some assurance that we
are not just going to get our nose under the tent and then change
the rules again.
I really think we should stabilize the system and expect the rules
to stay the same. I don't think we should try to mislead anybodysell them a bill of goods, and then stick them with some other
burden later.
I think, after we have all discussed this, we are going to leave
the savings deposits of thrift institutions outside of the system. I
just think that is the practical world.
.
Mr. D'AMOURS. All right.
Mr. MILLER. I don't think it is ideal; I think it is practical.
Mr. D'AMOURS. We apparently have this bank in Rhode Island,
with which you are very intimately familiar, called the Old Stone
Bank, I believe it was?
Mr. MILLER. It is a great name, isn't it?
Mr. D'AMOURS. It is difficult to not be very sympathetic toward a
financial institution with that kind of a name.
Mr. MILLER. The third largest bank in Rhode Island is the Hospital Trust, if that will make you feel better.
Mr. D'AMOURS. I don't think that that Old Stone Bank is quite as
unique as you and Mr. St Germain have been assuming it is. We
have at least one in New Hampshire that is almost identically
constituted, historically, and all, which is also being adversely affected by this legislation and which is a State-chartered bank at
this time.
Now, if we shouldn't be changing the ground rules for thrifts,
should we then look for some kind of an amendment to this bill
that would take into consideration the Old Stone banks in this
country that are State-chartered at. this time and that are, in fact,
competing with thrifts in the locality that do maintain a considerable portion of their assets in home mortages? Should it be that we
should be looking then for some kind of a provision to especially
care for these institutions?
Mr. MILLER. I think we should examine that; I don't know how
we could distinguish these cases, and I think we have to be objective and fair to everyone.
As I said, I think I will talk to the president of the Old Stone
Bank and persuade him that, all things considered, there are many
factors that favor this revised and better system.
But let me remind you that one other way to go would be not to
impose any reserve requirements at all on true savings deposits.
Mr. D' AMOURS. That is fine. I am delighted to hear you say that.
Mr. MILLER. To my mind, that is a very viable alternative. The
trouble is, it costs money, and it relates to the question of how
much we can take out of the Treasury.
There are two ways to solve the problem.
Mr. D'AMOURS. Exactly.
Mr. MILLER. You can add a burden to somebody else or you can
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the one who is burdened, if we can afford it. I have always said
that I am not dealing with ideals, but with restraints. If we could
just level the field by saying that everybody with transactions
accounts gets treated the same way, and nobody with true savings
deposits has a reserve requirement, that would be fine. It just
doesn't price out too well.
Mr. D'AMOURS. Would you be willing to come to talk to the
president of the bank I have in mind also?
Mr. MILLER. Surely.
Mr. D'AMOURS. That would be of great assistance to me.
Mr. MILLER. I see in New Hampshire you have three nonmember
institutions and there would-Mr. D' AMOURS. It didn't take you a long time to find them.
Mr. MILLER. I have the name already; I have it figured out. I will
be glad to talk to him.
Mr. D' AMOURS. I haven't succeeded in persuading this person it
would be beneficial for this person to come; so if you can, I would
be appreciative.
Thank you for your testimony.
Chairman REUSS. The Chair notes the presence of a distinguished
alumnus of this committee, and we miss him, but we got a lot of
fine liberals to replace him.
Mr. Evans.
Mr. EVANS. Mr. Chairman, thank you very much. I apologize for
the laryngitis that I have, and I appreciate being moved up here to
the stratosphere on the front row, skipping altogether the second
row.
Mr. Miller, it is a pleasure to have you here. It is always a
pleasure to listen to your able approach to some of the problems
that we are facing. I certainly support the concept of strengthening
the Federal Reserve System, of maintaining its stability, its viability; and I share your concern about the declining membership in
the Fed because I do believe that impedes your ability to accomplish some noble objectives.
And let me at this point congratulate you for the courage that
you have exercised in the monetary restraint area. It does take
some courage and I hope you will continue.
But there are two sides to every coin, as my friend from Ohio,
Mary Rose Oakar, is aware of. When someone benefits, generally
speaking, someone pays for that benefit; and I was interested in
your remarks about cost-benefit analysis and relationships.
In Delaware, Mr. Miller, as you are probably aware, we do have
a branch banking system. We don't have bank holding companies
and we are rather severely impacted by this bill, or any variation
of it, as long as the mandatory reserve requirements are part of it.
I would hope that we could approach the problem on an incentive
principle basis.
I share the concern that you have about inflation and about cost.
I recognize that there are costs, but I would hope that your staff
could focus some attention on projecting the impact on States like
Delaware and various areas like Iowa, where we have small- to
medium-sized banks. In Delaware we have four major banks and
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about $900 million. It would impact rather severely in Delaware
and in the area, I believe, of about $100 million.
Now that also affects inflation because it affects ultimately jobs
and revenue; and I would just hope, Mr. Miller, that Delaware
won't be the duck at the duck dinner in this instance.
Rather than going on further and using up the full 5 minutes, I
would certainly appreciate the opportunity to discuss this with you
at length sometime, because certainly we are prepared to bear our
share of the burden, a proportionate share of the responsibility; but
I don't believe that Delaware or anyone else should be asked to
bear an inordinate share of the burden.
Mr. MILLER. Mr. Evans, I have been listening to you and trying
to flip the pages to get Delaware before me here. I would be
delighted to examine that issue with you about Delaware.
Mr. EvANS. Thank you.
Thank you, Mr. Chairman, very much.
Chairman REUSS. Thank you.
Ms. Oakar?
Ms. OAKAR. Thank you, Mr. Chairman.
I am very happy to see you staying so long, Mr. Miller. I appreciate it very much.
In Cleveland, Ohio, my city, wedged in among the banks in
downtown Cleveland is a church called the Old Stone Church.
Somehow it hasn't helped our situation, but maybe we can get the
bankers to go there more often or something.
Mr. Miller, I have a question about the reserve requirements for
demand deposits and the increase in that requirement in terms of
this bill, and also considering the need for more investment in
terms of producing housing and creating jobs. And I am wondering
if this increase in the rate for these demand deposits would take
away from the availability of funding for mortgage and other investment sources needed to produce housing and, therefore, jobs?
Mr. MILLER. Yes. Congresswoman Oakar, I am just turning my
pages quickly to Ohio.
My view is that this bill will not really affect the availability of
credit and money for housing.
As you know, housing has been unduly burdened in past economic cycles, when the necessity to take a tighter stance in monetary
policy has often resulted in a disintermediation of funds available
for housing. We have tried to respond to that, as a part of our
monetary actions last year, by working with other regulatory agencies to establish new money market certificates which allowed the
housing industry to compete for funds. That action was successful.
As a result, housing starts stayed at a 2-million level and the
dismantling and unemployment that has happened before-when
housing took it in the neck-has been avoided.
One of the things about Mod 7 is that while there will be some
reserve requirements on nonmember banks, there will be no reserves imposed upon savings accounts at thrift institutions. Therefore, I would see no impact on the principal depository source of
funds for housing, which is the thrifts.
Now as to banks, as Steve Axilrod reminds me, the overall effect
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That is correct, on the average. So I would think the available
resources for housing would be improved and not impaired.
Ms. 0AKAR. Mr. Miller, the bill-much to its credit-does lower
the savings deposit rate between 1 to 3 percent. I believe before it
was 6 to 8 percent.
Mr. MILLER. It is 6 to 8 percent under the one last year. The
present rate is actually 3 percent.
Ms. 0AKAR. Which, I think, is a real improvement.
What I would like to ask, in that respect, is: What effect would
there be on your ability to control monetary policy if we just
eliminated the requirement?
Mr. MILLER. If we had zero reserve requirements on true savings
deposits, I don't think it would affect our monetary policy; but I am
distinguishing true savings from those kinds of savings that now
are tied to transactions which we under this bill would have in the
category with demand deposits and transaction accounts.
I think the problem with having zero reserve requirements on
savings is a question of cost. We can do it if we either accepted
more loss to the Treasury or if we accepted a higher reserve
requirement on transaction balances. It is a tradeoff.
Ms. OAKAR. It would be an incentive for some thought?
Mr. MILLER. Yes. I think the Chairman, with all due respect, and
the staff, have done an outstanding job in trying to balance these
issues. They have made some changes since last year; they did
increase the reserve requirement for demand deposits and equivalents, and they did lower the requirement on other savings deposits from the bill that was considered last year-just because they
recognized, I think, some of the problems you are talking about. I
am sure they have done some good trading in trying to find the
optimum.
We could all look at this and study it more, and we might come
to slightly different conclusions, but those tradeoffs are still there
to be made.
Ms. 0AKAR. Thank you, Mr. Chairman.
Chairman REUSS. Mr. Barnard.
Mr. BARNARD. Thank you, Mr. Chairman.
Mr. Miller, in developing Mod 7, as you call it, did the Federal
Reserve do some really far-out thinking as to maybe changing the
whole system in some way, other than just modifying the system
that we presently have?
Mr. MILLER. Yes. We have looked at a large number of alternatives, Mr. Barnard. As I say, many of them were more ideal than
Mod 7; many of them are attractive. Perhaps the ideal system
would be to have truly universal reserves, without any exemptions,
and, therefore, much lower reserves, and also to have either the
same reserve requirements on all savings deposits-regardless of
type of institution-or, as we were just discussing, to have zero
requirement in that category. That would be ideal, in the sense
that there would be a closed circuit: every deposit, wherever it
went, would be accounted for; a shift from funds that are spendable
to investment form would be accounted for. Coupled with charging
for services, in order to improve the payments mechanism, that
would be a very, very efficient system.
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But I believe-looking at the constraints we have-that H.R. 7
designs an excellent financial system. I would think that your
committee ought to bear in mind that this is a very fine piece of
work. You should be commended for developing it to this stage.
We are going to look at alternatives. We don't want to close our
minds, because there are systems that have some merit and solve
constituency problems to different degrees. But in seeking excellence and seeking the best, this is a good proposal to start with.
Mr. BARNARD. It has been said-and you indicated your thoughts
on this also-that the taxing of financial institutions ought to be
equalized-Mr. MILLER. That is correct.
Mr. BARNARD [continuing]. That some should not be eliminated
from the obligation of doing business as a bank.
It occurs to me-and I was interested in knowing whether the
Fed had studied a method whereby possibly we could have-as you
have just indicated-lower reserves, say 1 percent, but on all the
deposits regardless of where they were, if that wouldn't really be a
more equitable approach, and certainly if we would be getting what
Mr. Stanton was alluding to, why couldn't there be a simple solution to this problem?
Of course, I realize there is no simple solution to the problems
we have today, but it looks like, to me, that I would like to see the
benefit of your studies on something of this kind. And let me
approach it a little bit differently.
There are other facilities the Fed has for controlling money
supply. There is an argument as to whether or not reserves is as
important in those facilities as some of the other, the open market,
the activities in the open market, the control of credits from the
standpoint of downpayments, and other things. It is important to
know whether reserves really fit into these other activities that the
Fed has to control money supply.
And if those reserves and if the reserve mechanism is not as
important as some of those others or it can be minimized, then I
would think in order that every bank and financial institution
would pay its dues, maybe in order to offset the revenue that the
Government would not be getting, if there was one-half of I-percent tax on all deposits, that would somehow get this to the reserve, but it would compensate the financial loss we would be
having today.
I was just interested if you have explored those avenues.
Mr. MILLER. I think there are those who would argue that a good
monetary system can exist without reserve requirements at all.
You can go another route, as you suggest, through a tax. If you
decide you want to tax companies, you do it through the income
tax and base it on the flow of benefits and the sharing of revenues
with the central government.
The trouble that I have with eliminating reserves completely is
that I still am convinced this is an important monetary tool.
Whether we have been able to use changes in reserve ratios as a
tool in the past, whether it would make our work in the open
market easier, can be set aside; I think reserves are something we
cannot afford to forgo. I am reminded that every time a nation that
does not have reserve requirements gets into financial problems,

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the first thing it does is to put in reserve requirements, which
proves the point that it is theoretically possible not to have them,
but it is sure great to have them when you have a problem.
I look at a very practical consideration: I do not believe it is
possible to eliminate reserve requirements without having an
impact upon the Treasury that would be so great that we could not
absorb it at this point. I do not believe we could lower reserves
enough, and spread them over every one so as to make the burden
smaller on smaller institutions, to make the system work or make
it salable without a tremendous loss of revenue. So I come back to
saying that there are many constraints, and one of the constraints
we have felt is that just so much loss of revenue should be taken at
this particular, critical time. It turns out that after 4 or 5 years the
loss of revenue from this particular bill will be about the same as
the loss of revenue from not doing anything, so it is a kind of
"free" modernization of the system in that sense.
I guess I come out believing that this is a livable, workable way
to go, rather than trying to seek the ideal and ending up by doing
nothing and thus losing monetary control, membership, and
revenue.
Mr. BARNARD. My time has expired but I would hope the Fed
could address as to how they would go about regulating Mod 7, how
much reporting would have to be done by the banks. Would it
mean there would be further examinations of nonmember banks?
How often would this reporting have to be done?
If there is some way I can get some indication from you, because
if there is one thing the banking industry does not need today, that
is more regulation.
Mr. STANTON. Would the gentleman yield?
Mr. BARNARD. Yes.
Mr. STANTON. May I ask unanimous consent for all members who
desire to submit questions in writing to have an opportunity to do
so, with the hope that Chairman Miller could get the answers back
to all of us within a few weeks so we would have a complete
transcript of not only this hearing but of all questions put forth.
Chairman REuss. I think that is a reasonable request. Would the
close of business on Friday be acceptable?
Mr. STANTON. Yes.
Chairman REUSS. Is there objection?
Hearing none, it is so ordered.
Chairman REUSS. Mr. Green.
Mr. GREEN. Mr. Miller, I would like to get back to the discussion
that you had earlier concerning the advantages of having reserve
requirements in obtaining monetary statistics as compared with an
improved reporting system. Could you, assuming that you had an
accurate reporting system which really gave you weekly information from nonmember depository institutions with the same cutoff
as being contemplated here for the near universal reserve requirement, get sufficiently accurate data? If there is an advantage to the
reserve requirement approach, can you quantify it?
Is it possible, if you can quantify it, in essence to eliminate the
advantage for the near universal reserve requirement by having a
lower threshold for weekly reporting than these bills would have
for the near universal reserve requirement?

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Mr. MILLER. Let me make a general comment that perhaps we
should supplement with a written reply.
In general, one of the problems that we have in monetary policy
with data is that since we are working on less than a complete
universe of data we have to estimate many of the aggregate numbers based on samplings and based on trends. But institutions do
change, and there is a vitality in our economy that causes unpredictable shifts. So we find, when we finally get the survey data
months later for these benchmark corrections-I think we will
soon have it for last June-that the money supply did not behave
as we thought in the last quarter; it grew more, or less. This is a
terrible way to run a monetary system in a modern world.
We do have some predictability, but we also have the kind of
unpredictability I was pointing out not only in terms of deposits
moving among different sizes of institutions and different requirements as to category, but we also have some measurement problems. There is an interaction of problems.
Mr. GREEN. I guess what I am asking is, which of those would
you eliminate by reason of having almost every depository institution in a system where they had to put up reserves that you could
not eliminate simply by weekly reporting?
Mr. MILLER. I would like the staff to give a written reply to that.
[Chairman Miller subsequently submitted the following information in response to Congressman Green's question:]
RESPONSE FROM CHAIRMAN MILLER

It is very difficult to construct estimates of changes in the ranges of error that

might result from the availability of complete information on deposits at all depository institutions. The ranges of error presented in my testimony were based on
estimates of essentially random flows of deposits between member and nonmember
banks. The larger the relative share of deposits at nonmember banks, the larger
would be random errors in the reserve-deposit relationship, given that nonmembers
are not subject to Federal reserve requirements. Complete data on nonmembers
would enable us to make a more accurate estimate of the size of the random error
than we can at present in the absence of such data. The revised estimate would
probably be different from the present estimate based on indirect information, but
there is no a priori reason to believe that the revised estimate would necessarily be
smaller, or necessarily larger for that matter.
On the other hand, a continuous flow of nonmember bank data would facilitate
offsetting adjustments in open market operations to shifts in the reserve-money
relationship. This information would mainly help in adjusting to cyclical, structural,
or other relatively long-lasting changes in relationship, to the degree that those
changes could be detected earlier and with more certainty. However, even with
more complete information on deposit flows in the past, the future relationship
between reserves and money would still be subject to large disturbances arising
from unpredictable shifts in deposits between member and nonmembers.
While there would be a gain in monetary control from better data availability, it
is not possible to provide a quantitative estimate since the improvement would
depend basically on operating decisions made in the face of the new, more complete
data. It is our judgment, however, that this gain in control, desirable as it is, cannot
be considered as a substitute for the universal reserve requirements proposed in
H.R. 7, and more comprehensively in modified H.R. 7. Universal reserves are needed
to eliminate the sizable slippage in the reserve-deposit relationship that would in
any event be caused by continuing membership attrition and by large-scale, unpredictable shifts in deposits between member and nonmember banks.

Mr. GREEN. I have a more specific question. A couple weeks ago
you obviously ran into some trouble in estimating the money
supply when you had to make a significant restatement as to the
previous week's figures. Have you determined what caused that?

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Mr. MILLER. Yes. That was very easy to determine; a bank made
a mistake. That happens three or four times a year; somebody
filing those weekly numbers makes a mistake. They are audited
and the figure gets corrected, but, unfortunately, that is another
kind of problem; that is, the error of human beings. That is not
correctable by a system, but by education. There are, however,
such problems as snowstorms: Chicago has been having a terrible
time getting data because people cannot get in to work, and so
forth. It was a Chicago bank that made the mistake, by the way,
although it probably was not related to the snowstorm; it was just
a mistake.
Chairman REuss. Mr. Paul.
Mr. PAUL. Thank you, Mr. Chairman.
Mr. Miller, on the top of page 10 I have a question. I will quote
your sentence.
The Federal Reserve System could then act as a lender of last resort to a broader
class of depository institutions and thereby enhance overall safety and soundness of
the depository system.

What prompts this? Is there anything in your mind to suggest
the possibility there will be a need to help these banks out? Is
there any sign that ·some of the banks that are not under the
Federal Reserve System are weak and that they will need some
help from the Fed as a lender oflast resort?
Along this line, is there any vehicle by which a nonmember bank
could also borrow money from the Federal Reserve right now?
Mr. MILLER. Mr. Paul, that statement is directed, of course,
toward the purpose of a central bank as the source of liquidity for
the financial system. Problems may come about not because of the
unsoundness of institutions or because of their weakness, but because of outside events that have affected their liquidity. It could
well be that a sudden or a progressive shift of monetary policy
toward tautness has cut into available liquid resources and that
the bank may need time to shift its portfolio. By being able to
borrow from the central bank against certain of their assets, banks
are able to make these adjustments, liquidate securities, and so on.
There are also times when banks get into more permanent imbalances in liquidity and need time to work out difficulties. While
an institution may not be unsound-it may be overloaned or perhaps one of its customers or a class of customers may have money
flow problems and payments are not coming through-it may need
this protection. There is nothing that should be read into my
statement as suggesting that we have a weak financial structure.
One of the purposes of all central banks is to cover those times.
There are times when the Federal Reserve may be applying monetary restraint and the availability of the window allows banks to
adjust to that restraint smoothly and avoid disruption; adjustments
may take place over 3 or 4 weeks.
We also have seasonal factors-in resort areas of the country, for
example. There are certain times of the year when more funds are
needed in these areas. A bank cannot usually maintain the capital
as excess for parts of the year, so it lends part of them; we may
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Yes, nonmembers can, under certain conditions, borrow. It is
clumsy and difficult. This legislation responds by treating all banks
like members for this purpose and gets around the clumsiness.
The liquidity is also important to clearing banks. If a clearing
bank not now a member of the Federal Reserve should have a
liquidity problem, it may not be able to pass funds to its correspondents in clearing payments, and there could be a ripple effect with
other institutions suddenly without funds. If that bank has access
to the window, the situation can be cleared up, and I am sure other
institutions would not be affected while that particular problem
was being addressed. It is for those kinds of reasons that access to
the window is very important.
Mr. PAUL. Do you see any conditions before us where the inflation rate might get so high you would consider the recommendation of wage and price controls, mandatory type, or credit controls?
Mr. MILLER. No, I do not see conditions that would make me
favor mandatory wage and price controls. Experience shows that,
except in wartime or the equivalent, when the whole Nation mobilizes and is willing to forgo its normal course of business, controls
are inequitable; they do not work; they cannot control large sectors
of the economy. There was no effort in 1971-73 to control agricultural products, and look at the oil bill that we cannot control. So to
try to impose controls on parts of our economy does not work.
I do not see conditions where we would want credit controls. The
better system, we are learning, is to put some macro-controls on
our economy-restrain the availability of credit and money-and
then let the economy itself sort out the highest and best uses for
resources. We get a better result that way.
I do not say, however, that we should forgo credit controls or
mandatory wage and price controls in times of war or national
emergency. I do not see any such conditions in the foreseeable
future. I do believe the inflation rate will begin to attenuate as we
see the impact of the policies we have put in place, and that we
will see-over 6 or 7 years-the economy adjust itself to a more
normal operation.
Chairman REUSS. Mr. Campbell.
Mr. CAMPBELL. Thank you, Mr. Chairman.
Chairman Miller, I have been following the statements that have
been made and understood the Fed needs to maintain control of 68
percent of the currency in order to control the monetary policies
with some degree of effectiveness, and you now have about 72
percent and you would be going up to about 94 percent under your
Mod 7. Is that a correct assumption at this point?
Mr. MILLER. My view is that at 68 percent of deposits you have a
very slack and a very loose tiller-using the comparison that the
chairman used-in that it makes it very difficult to exercise monetary policy with the degree of precision that is desirable in these
times of high inflation.
So I would be very nervous as a central banker-other people
have different views-but I would be feeling quite tense if we had
only 68 percent of deposits, because I would have so much slack I
would not be able to be sure my policy was going to get the result
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Mr. CAMPBELL. The reason I stated that, I am a little bit concerned. I can see that most of your proposal for Mod 7, as you call
it, is predicated upon the accuracy or the assumption that your
chart, which is listed as chart I, is going to be somewhat accurate. I
see that in your statement on page 2. I would like to ask about the
staff study which was underlying chart land ask if the model was
tested against actual experience in predicting monetary aggregate,
as the membership has declined over the last 10 years. And, if it
was not, should not such a test be applied? And if it was, could we
be supplied the data they drew from?
Mr. MILLER. Mr. Campbell, why don't we supply to you background for the basis for this chart. I do not have with me the
technical data behind it.
Let me add that I hope we do not focus so much on chart I that
we miss some of the other reasons for this legislation. Monetary
control is part of the issue; equity and fairness in competition are
part; efficiency of the System is part. Even in looking at the
coverage of institutions' deposits, in my mind, there is a consideration other than just the greater precision introduced.
I do not think it is in our national interest to have the central
bank related only to 1,500 banks when we have 14,000 banks in
this country, because I think what you get then is that political
pressure will build to make those 1,500 the whipping boys. I do not
think that is healthy.
I think we should get everybody into a confluence of interest. So
I say that a supplemental consideration, without· penalizing earnings, is to strengthen the relationship between these institutions
and the central bank in a way that will make them appreciate the
importance of a sound financial system to their own health.
Mr. CAMPBELL. Let me say the reason I am asking for this is I
have three banks in my State which will be adversely affected by
Mod 7 from their standpoint. We have a number of alternatives
that have been suggested, H.R. 7, the chairman's bill, Mr. Stanton's
alternatives, and in an effort to make the best decision and in
sympathy with your position, I think this information would be
very helpful as to which road we follow.
Mr. MiLLER. Absolutely. I certainly want you to have the technical backup for your decision, and we will submit this data when we
submit answers to the other questions.
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INFORMATION FURNISHED BY CHAIRMAN MILLER, AT THE RE(.llJEST OF CON'.3RESS~fAN CAMPBELL

Chart I shows the absolute range within which the percentage predictio'n
errors in the two-month growth rate of the monetary aggregates will fall 95 per
cent of the time.

The analysis underlying the chart was prepared by three Board

staff members in a memorandum to Mr. Axilrod, Staff Director for Monetary and
Financial Policy, and is attached.
Briefly, the analysis is based on the conventional reserves-to-deposit
multiplier model of the banking system.

This model provides a theoretical

analysis of the way in which shifts of deposits between member and nonmember
banks are a source of error for monetary control purposes.

Accurate direct

information on the magnitude of such interbank deposit flows is not presently
available due to a lack of complete data on nonmember banks.

An estimate

of the most likely distribution of random flows of deposits between members and
nonmeml>ers has been obtained from an analysis, based on probability theory, of
the public's check-writing and check-depositing behavior in the presence of a
dual banking system.

Given the estimated distribution of random interbank

deposit flows, the reserves-to-deposit multiplier model then determines the
range of present-day deviations in growth of the money stock from its intended
path.
The most likely range of random interbank deposit flows--and hence the
range of unpredictability in monetary growth--depends on the ratio of deposits
at member banks to total deposits.
the Federal Reserve System.

This ratio declines as member banks leave

Hence, the analysis can be used to estimate the

extent to which unexpected variation in money growth would be affected by the
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Office Correspondence
To

From

Dnte. N,1vymbc·1· 7_, 1c,77

Subject· The t;Hect of Interbank Ueposil

M.-. Axi 1 rod
K. Kopecky, D. Parke, R. Porter

Flows on Monetary Control*

This memo discusses the probable effects of (unexpected)

deposit flows between member and nonmember banks on the Federal
Reserve I s ability to control the narrow money stock.

'fhe o1nalysis

is based on the deposit-multiplier model of the banking system and
assumes that the Federal Reserve has a total reserves operating

target.

This model, which ls the typical analytical structure used

ln studying the dual banking system, provides a theoretical analysis
of the way in which nonmember banks are a source of error for mone-

tary control purposes.

With respect to the es tlmated size of the

nonmember-monetary control effect, accurate direct information on
th~ magnitude of interbank deposit flows ls not presently available.
A general impression of the most likely size of such interbank flows
can, however, be obtained from an analysis, based on probabi li Ly

theory, of the public's check-writing and check-depositing behavior
in the presence of a, dual banking system.

Given a 'best guess' for the size of the interbank deposit
flow, the deposit-multiplier model then determines the implied
present-day deviation ln the money stock from its targeted path,
The analysis can also be used to predict the extent to which money

stock misses would be affected by the attrition of member banks
from the Federal Reserve System.

Both the deposit-multiplier's

solution for the money stock and the most likel)• i:;ize of the
~•~

\4e wi!'llh L,1 thank Daniel Laufenberg, David Lindsey. mtd D.:ivid
Pierce for their comments, rmd Mani.ca Fri.u fot hc-r ;.1Ssi'sl.;11u·,~
in prrparing nonmember bank reserve data.


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int~cbank dcp,•sit flow depend on Lhc rntlo of deposits

banks to total deposlts,

iJt

member

This ratio declines as member banks leave

the Federal Rc~crvc System .. llcncc, the tm:Jlyst s indic.otcs how
continuing member hank attrition c'an ba predicted to influence the
Federal Reserve's ability to control the money !Hock.
It should be noted that Lite analysls is not directed

towards problems associated with the measurement of nonmember deposits.

Such problems arise in connection with the determination of what
tbe money stock actually!!,

Rather, this memo deals with problems

relating to the predictlon of the money stock for a given level
of the total reserves operating target,

Even if the nonmember

measurement problem were satisfactorily resolved, the money stock

prediction problem arising from the dual_ banking system would remain.

NoMtember· Banks and Monetary Control
The nonmember bank source of monetnry control error arises

because of the exlstence of signiflcant dlfferenccs in the reserve
requirements of member and nonmember banks.

These differences in

reserve requirements are due not so much to different required
reserve

!.!!!.2!

but rather to the types ~f reserve .:assets which

nonmember bank::i can use to satisfy their rcRervc obli&iltions :u;
compared to member banks.

11u! principal nonmember reserve !!!.!.!:.!

are correspondent balances held at member banks and interest~bearlng
government securities.


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A model of the money supply process which

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incorporates the salient. features of member and nonmember hanks
and provides analytical solutions for the n.arrow money stock (M 1 )

is presented in Appendix I.
Before showing precisely how the structure of nonmember

reserve assets leads to pronounced di f ferenti a 1 reserve requirements,
a bri_ef example is necessary to illustrate the role played by reserve
requirements in the presence of (unexpected) interbank deposit flows.

Consider ti.Jo member banks with hypothetical required reserve ratios
against demand deposits of . l and . 2.

If the public unexpectedly

transfers $1 of deposits from the high reserve ratio bank to the

low reserve ·ratio bank, the first bank loses $1 of reserves and
experiences 80e! of reserve pressure, while the second bank gains

$1 of reserves and has 90l of excess reserves.

Thus, for the banking

system as n whole. 10,! of excess reserves arc created.

If both

banks exhibit similar portfolio behavior and if the money ~tock
had been following its targeted path, the lOt! of excess reserves
will lead to an (unexpected) increase in the money stock above
its targeted path as the banking system creates additional loans
0

and deposits on the basis of positive excess reserves.

Obviously,

the closer are the interbank reserve requirement ratios, the smaller

is the imluccd increase in the money stock ;uising .Crom the unexpected
interbank deposit flow.

In the event that the two reserve ratios

are identical, one bank I s reserve pressure (and induced deposit
contraction) matches the second bank's excess reserves (and ind 11 ced


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dc.-poslt C'<p,-,nsfc,n) .c:,, th,11 n11 net thl~ 11mnc-y slnrl< n'm.:1f11s 1111 Its

targcLed path.

Thus, identical reserve requirement ratios (theo-

retically) afford c('lmplc-tc prntecti<,n .1g.1inst unrxpC'cted interbank
deposit flows.

As a result, the Federal Reserve experiences no

impairment whatsoever in its ability to control Lhc moncy stock.
Under a total reserves operating target, the relcv.ant
reserve ratio for monetnry control purposes is that which ultim,1tely
connects a bank's ckpoRit liilhilitics to Lh~ l<"vel of toliJl b,:mk

reserves which the Fc-deral Reserve predetermines in the short·run.
Member banks' re qui.red reserve ra tics, of course, define the connec-

tion between their dt'posit liabilitic~ and Lotal rr.scrvcs.
nonmember banks, however,

~

stepR arc involved fn linking their

deposit liabilities to total reserves.

member required reserve ratio.

Fur

The first step is the non•

The second step dapcnds on the!

relative amo,mt~ of nonmember reserves held in the fo'fm of corres-

pondent balances and government securities.

With respect to corres-

pondent balances, the connection between nonmembers I deposit liabilities and total reserves is deter_mined essentially by multiplying
the nonmember required reserve ratio (which gives total nonmember
required .reserves that are redcposi ted as correspondent balances

at member banks) times the member required rcserve ratio (which
yields total member required reserves held against nonmember corres-

pondent balances).

reserve

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For example, if member and nonmember required

are identical and 12qual, say, .2, and if all nonmember

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deposits in

.1

nonmember b.1nk woulcJ be supported by only 4~ (.2 x ,2)

of total rcst•rv11i;, ,111 ,,mnunt signifi.c:mtly s1n.1llcr than Lhc 20i of
support given Lo $1 deposited in a member hank~

Nonmember holdings of government securities ,1s reserve
assets create An even more disparate set o( interbank reserve requirements since such nonmember reserve assets arc not tied at al 1 to
either mcmher b,,nks ·nr the Fcdr.r:,l ~Ci:.('rVC'.

JlcncP,

tt, the C':<lc•nL

that nonmember banks hold government securities as reserve assets,
nonmember deposit liuhilitics bear a zcr~ connection to total reserves.
Thus, wh;Jt at first appears to be identical interbank reserve requirements (.2 required reserve ratios) turns out lo be a widely divergent

set of reserve requirements for monetary control purposes ( .2 for
menibers, .04 fnr nnnmcmher cl,rrcspondcnt balnncci:;, am.I O for nonmember government securities).

Given these <lif(crcnt Lal intC'rhank

reserve requirements. ~n uncr..pcctcd public real locathm of dcposi ts
between member and nonmember banks can lead to a significant surge
or contraction of the money stock in relation to its targeted path.

Unexpected Interbank Deposit Flows
nrpo~i t (lnws bt"twccn nu.•mbcr and nonmcmhl'"r h:mk!l c;,n he"
considered over weekly. monthly, or quarterly time intervals.

To

provide a foe a 1 point for anc1 lyzi ng short-run mone tnry control.
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Some monlh ly dcpl>si L

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!lo\..'£ occur n•~·11l:irly; r.r,mc d" not.

Fen· c-xamplc, part of the inter-

bank flow of dC'pn~it~ m:iy be due to seasonal factors, such as house-

holds with nonmember ;1cc,1tmts paying N.Y. tlcpartmt!nl sto['CI with
member :tccounts at Chrir.tni.1s.

Thc~i:;c dcposJL flClWR ,,lLcr the t,,tal

volume of nonmember reserves and, as a result, could affect the
total. money stock.

Hut as long as the Federal Rt?servc can predict

the magnltude of the lnterhank deposit flow, it can always change
total bank reserves to offset any undesired effect of interbank
flows on the money stock.

ln short, that component o( interb:mk

deposit flows which is predictable does not (at least theoretically)
lead to monct ary contro I rli f fl cu 1 t il"S f nr l hr. Federal RC'st'!rvc-.
The- SPComl c:ompnncnt of lnlcrhank clrplHii t. flo"u; iR by

definition nant.lom L'r unpredic labl C!.

"!h Is cnmpuncnt .lriscs £1.,r a

wide varicly of factnr~, all of which escilpc notice because they arc
either quite irregular or too smnll in magnitude.

If sufficient

data on nonmember hanks were availnhlc. lhc data cnuld be processed
by different methods (e.g., regression, time neries analysis, etc.)
0

in order to determine a s closely as possible the regular (predictable)

patterns inherent in interbank deposit flows.

The remaining part

of the interbank deposit flows w1.,uld be treated as random or unpredict-

able.

This procedure would ultin1ately lr.ad to an ef'timate nf the

standard deviation of ~he unexpected cumpotlt'nt nf the interbank
deposit flow.

111fs e~t imale fn turn coulJ bf' used Lo l!Stoblish n

range for the unavoidabl~ erratic behavior in the money stock induced
by random interbm1k d ..,posi.t. flnws.


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UnCortun:1tC'ly, comr,lete dntol on nonmember banks!/ :ls
available for only four statement weeks every year.

These dat.:1

are too dispersed over time to permit an accurate dctcrmtnnti.on
of the standard deviation of the random component of interbank flows

which would be relevant for monetary policy aimed at monthly control
over _the money stock.

Given the lack of nonmember bank data,

indirect estimates of the size of such flows can nonetheless be
acquired from an elementary probability model which describes the
essential characteristics of random interbank deposit flows.

Since

the final estimate of the standard deviation of the deposit flows
depends on the probability distributions used, this approach captures

!!!!!I.

purely

~

behavior_!/

In short, the various economic

factors which could explain the predictable component of the interbatik deposit flows are by definition excluded from the probability

analysis.

Of course, the structure of the economy in which these

deposit flows occur is unquestionably more complicated than that
specified in a relatively elementary probability model.

This caveat

simply means that th~ probability model provides only a skeletal

!/

Nonmember bank data, made available with only a short-time lag,
also permits the Federal Reserve to acquire information more
quickly about the size of its actual prediction error on interbank deposit flows. Given such information, the Federal Reserve
would be able to respond faster to observed random interbank
deposit flows, thereby keeping the money stock closer to its
targeted pnth.

!/

Available aggregate information is used to provide estimates
of some parameters of the various probability diatrlbutions.
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ciutline of the so\Jrce!i of uncertainty in ram!om interbank deposit
flows.

Henca, the reported estimates should be regarded as tE"ntative.

Appc-nrltx ll presents a dl•t:ai lr.:J dcscripLion of thr variou:1
assumptions employed in constructing the estlm.,le or Lhe standnrd

deviation of nmdum illtcrbank deposit flows.

Briefly I these assump-

tions_ deal with the probability of the follc>wlng r.vcnls Lakini: place:
(1)

the deposit of a given check in a member or nonmember bank;

(2)

the writing of a check by a particular individual;

(3)

the income level of the individual writing a given check.

It is also assumed that the minimum check size is $10, and the maximum
is $1 million.

On the basis of most recent data, the estimaled

average check size is $1,049.

Finally, of the tot;il number c>f checks

written per month, the proportion k (the ratio of deposits at member

bankb to total deposits) is ass~med to be written on member bank
accounts and (1-k) on nonmember accounts.
On the basis of the above assumptions, the standard devia-

tion of the random deposit flow over one month, say, oz can be directly
related to k, the ratio of deposits at member banks to total deposits,
Table 1 presents the value of one standard deviation of the deposit
flow for alternative values of k.

Notice that the standard deviation

is largest ($640 million) when k • \ and is also symmetric around

k = lj,

At the December 31, 1976 call date, k

~

. 75.

Corresponding

to this value of k, the one standard deviation value for the random
interbank deposit flow is $555 million, and the two standard deviations


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value is $1,110 milliun.

Under the present mcmber-nonmc>mbcr composi-

tion of the banking system, therefore, it can be inferred from these
estimates that in eight months out of the year the size of the random
deposit flow bC'twecn member and _nonmember banks ,,muld he no lar~car

than $555 million; and in about 11\ months such flows would be no

larger than $1, 110 million.
TAilLE l
STANDARD DEVIATION OF RANDOM DEPOSIT FLCMS BE'IWEEN
MEMBER AND NONMEMBER BANKS

k (Proporlion of DepoSits
at Member Banks)

Oz (Standard Deviation of Deposit

Flows

millions

.10

384. 822

.20
.30
.40

513.096

.so
.60
• 70

.80
.90

587.826
628.412
641.371
628.412
587.826

513.096
384.822

The Estimated Monthly Error in Ml Due to Random Interbank Deposit Flows

The (annualized) mcmthly percentage deviations of the

,.
money stock (M 1 ) from a targeted level of $330 billion are estimated
from the model o[ the banking system used in conjunction with the
estimated standard deviation of the random interbank deposit flows.
The Ml percentage dcviati~ns corresponding to one standard deviatinn

of the random deposit flow are presented in Table 2 for alternativ,~

40-915 0 - 79 - 23


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'Jl\111.I·: ?.
l'l::RCENTAGI:: ERRORS lN MUNTIILY M1 GROWTH RATES ASSOCIA'IF.D

WITH ST1\NJ1ARIJ l::RRORS OF TIIE RANDOM
TNTERBANK DEPOSIT FLCMS

k (Proportion of Deposits
at Member Banks)

o
7.

(Standard Deviation-;{ Deposit
Flows) /in millions)

.5
.6
.7
.8
.9

values

c,(

k.

6.30
5.56
4.75
4.05
3.44
2.88
2.34
1.83
1.23

384.822
513.096
587.826
628.412
641.371
628.412
587.826
513.096
384. 822

.1
.2
.3
.4

Al the prrsC'nl -tiny v<1lm'

n[

Percentage
Error

k (. 7,). L111• cu1-r,•spo11dlnF,

monthly M1 growth rate error is approximately 2.17..

Previous

reseat;ch suggests that under a total reserves operating target, the
monthly

~1i

l(rowth rate error, attributed to all potential sources

of random heh.wior. is ;ipprnl<imatelyl/ 7.17...

For comparable present-

day values of k, therefore, the estimatrd M1 grnwt:h r"t<' errnr (2.1%)
due ;"Olely to random Interbank flows lies within the ahovc total M1
growth rate error range.

This internal consistency of the two M1

growth rate errors raises the credibility of the simulation procedures
used in this memo.
The moMt;iry cc,ntrol implications r:,f cc,ntinuing memher
bank attrition fol low immr.dl atcly from inapection of Tahle 2.

'J_/

I[

This estimate is derived from the Staff Report, "Analysis of
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k were to fall frwn its present-day value of .75 to, say .4, the
range of the monthly percentage money gr.,wth rate error for two~
thirds of the months would almost double from 2. 1 percent to 4 .05
percent.

In fact, for 95 percent of· the month•, the pcrce11tage

error would lie between plus or minus 7.93 percent.

Two factors

expl~in this predicted increase in the mnncy grnwl.h rate error,
First, ask falls from .75 to. ,4, the standard dcvl.,tinn n( th1• randon,
deposit How rises by about $75 million.

Secondly, and more impor-

tantly, the average required reserve ratio for the aggregate banking
system falls as k declines to .4.

Essentially, this decrease in

the average-reserve ratio occurs because deposit dollars at nonmember
banks bear a smaller connection to the Fed's total reserves than do
deposit dollars at member banks.

Since a decline ink makes nonmembers

rel:atively more important in the aggregate than mcmbC'rs, the average
effective reserve ratio becomes increasingly duminated by the reserve
~

and reserve~ structure of nonmember banks.

To illus-

trate this point more clearly, notice that for k = • 9 and k = .1 the
standard error of the deposit flow is the same; but the percen_tage
error is 1. 2 3'7. at k = • 9 and 6. 307, at k" . 1.
.. In conclusi-on, this memo has presented models o_f the aggregate banking system and the public's check-writing and check-depositing
behavior .to determine the monetary control effects of random depoait
flows bet,..een member and nonmember banks.

The reported money grr,wth

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ln the Federal Rcservc's ability tc, achieve lts desired short-run
monetary growth objectives.

The resulls also strongly indicate t.hat

the deterioration in monetary control would become progressively

more serious ask continues to fall via member bank attrition from
the federal Reserve Syslem.i/

if

It should be noted that this result does not hold for all values
of k less than .1. If Table 2 were extended to •how values of
k less than .1, the percentage error would continue to increase
and would reach a maximum value of 6.387, at k ~ .079. Thereafter,
the percentage error would decline. In the limit ask approaches
zero, the percentage error also approaches zero. This result
occurs because at small values of k the variance
the random
interbank deposit flow falls at an increasing rate, while the
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APPENDIX

A Model of Lhc Hanking Sys tc-m

The model is an extension of the standard deposit multiplier_ model and describes the beh3vior of four tr3nsactors dc3llng
in five financial instruments.

The transactors are the public (P),

the Federal Reserve (F), member banks (M), and nonmember banks (NM).
The financial instruments include demand deposits (D), time deposits (T),
currency (C), government securities (G), and reserves (R).

To keep

track of th~ asset-liability status of each financial instrument, a
superscript denotes an asset and a subscript a liability.

The model

also assumes that the Federal Reserve has a total reserves operating
target.

Finally, the variable cmt is used to denote a random alloca-

tion of the public's demand deposits between member and nonmember
banks.
The equations of the model are as follows:
p
DM

p
DNM

( 1)

DP

(2)

Tp :' 1"Dp

public's demand for time deposits

(3)

cP.

µ.DP

public's demand for currency

(4)

DP
M

k DP +

(5)

Tp = k TP
M

+

public's total demand deposits

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DM

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public's allocation of time deposits

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p

I'

_(6)

·l

TM

(7)

DM

DP+ NM
DM
M

(8)

R

(9)

DNM ~

(10)

RNM = 0 NM + GNM
M

composition of nonmembers' reserves

(11)

NM
P
= An DNM + AT TNM
R

nonmembers' demand for reserves

( 12)

GNM

+

public's tot~l tim~ deposits

TNH

= PMD DM + PMT

composition of members' demand deposits
Tp

M

p

om,

O'RNl-1

supply and demand for members' reserves
composition of nonmembers' demand deposits

nonmembers' demand for government
securities

Equations (1)-(6) describe the behavior of the public.
The time deposit and currency equations, (2) and (3), follow the
standard prescription by making Fhe public's demand for each a$set
proportir,nal to the public's holdings of demand de"posils.

With

respect to the allocation of the public's demand deposits between
member and nonmember banks, we assume proportionality on average
to total demand deposits so that on average k of demand deposits
is allocated to members and 1-k to nonmembers.

1'he same proportionality

factor, k·, is assumed to hold for the public's allocation of time
deposits between member and nonmember banks.
Equations (7)•(8) refer to member banks and the Federal
Reserve,

R represents the predetermined level of the Federal Reserve's

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held by nonmembers at members are captured in (7).

The required

reserve ratios against demand and time deposits are pHD and pMT'
respectively.

The key feature in the model is the link which connects

nonmember banks to the Federal Reserve.

As (7) and (8) shc,w, the

link is established essentially because member banks must hold reserves
against a liability, D~H• that also serves as a nonmember reserve
asset.
The behavior of nonmember banks is described by equations

(9)-(12).

Nonmembers' required reserve ratios against demand and

time deposits are A0 ·and AT' respectively.

Equation (10) shows that

nonmembers have the option of holding demand deposits at member banks
and Sovernment securities as reserve aRsets.

Tite relative amounts

of each asset which can satisfy nonmember reserve requirements vary
state by state according to the regulations issued by the diffl!rent

state banking commissions.

For simplicity, it is assumed that the

aggregate proportions of nonmember reserves in the form of government
securities is a.

This assumption implies that the proportion of

nonmember reserves held as correspondent balances at member banks
is

t-a .
., The model's solution for M1 is
(l+µ.)CDM P~mll - (1-a):I.DJ
DEN

(13)
where DEN

purposes, the following values for the model's parameters, based on
averages of th<' most recently avail,able data, were use<!:


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i)

µ

.35

v)

ii)

T

2 .14

vi)

AT

iii)

PM!)

vii)

a• .35 .

iv)

PMT = .033

.127

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APPENDIX II
The Standard Deviation of Random InterLank Deposit Flows

Assumptions
The analysis is based on the following assumptions:
(Al)

Binomial (Independence) Assumption
Let k denote the underlying average ratio of member bank

private demand deposits to total private demand deposits.

It is

assumed that the prdbability that a given check will be depodted
in a member 'bank is equal to k and that if it is not deposited at
a member bank, it is deposited in a nonmember bank with the complementary probability of l - k.

It is also assumed that the check

mo~ements arc independent from one check to the next.

Thus• the

number of checks deposited at member or nonmember banks follows a
binomial distribution with parameter k.

If, for example, 10 checks

are written on some account per month, the expected number of checks
deposited at member'banks that are drawn on this account equals
lOk
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Table 3 displays values of this standard deviation for
alternative values .,f k, the underlying proportion of member demand
deposits to total demand deposits.
TABLE 3
STANDARD Df.VIATillN or CHECKS DEl'OSITim AT MEMBER DANKS
PER MONTH GI VEN 10 CHECKS PER MONTH

k

Standard Deviation of the Number of Checks De osited at Member Danks

1

0

.9
.B
.7

. 95
1.26
l. 45
l. 55
1. SB
1.55
1.45
1. 26
. 95
0

•6

•5
.4
.3
•2
.1
.0

As would be expected, the uncertainty concerning check flows is largest
when nonmembers rival members exactly, thnt is, when k= .S; the variance falls off symmetrically above and below Lhis value.
(A2)

Independence Across Depositors
Suppose the sequence 0£ checks written in a given month

on member bank accounts is

arrayed in some order:

the second check, and so forth until the last check,
the number of deposiLors

.:it

member banks.

the first check,
Let Nm be

The checks may be viewed

as a sequence of independent trials for each of which the probability
that the check was written by any particular one of the Nm depositors


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ls 1/:lm.

Similarly, lt I• assumed that for nomnemher banks it is

equally likely that each depositor wrote any check in the sequence
of checks written on nonmember accounts in a given month.
(A3)

The size of each check written by an indiviclual is a function

of the individual's income.1/

(A4)

The aggregate distribution of income in the economy is assumed

to follow a truncated Pareto distribution~_/ with minimum income level,
y0

,

and maximum income level, y 1 .

TI,e Pareto distribution hos often

been used to represenot the distribution of incomes in an economy and
has several convenient features for our purposes.

A~ a consequence

of this assumption, it follows that the size distribution of checks
in the economy also follows. a Pareto distribution.

This result follows

from AJ and A4 using the property of Pareto distributions that ·transformations of variables of the form (1) (see footnote 5 below) also
have a Pareto distribution,

(AS)

The total number of checks written per month equals 2.975

billion.

Of this numher, the proportion k are assumed to be written

on member bank accounts and (1 - k) on nonmember accounts .

.. This total estimate was derived by toking demand deposits
(excluding U.S. 'government and domestic interbank) at the last

2f

More specifically, if y ls income, any function of the form
(1)

t = by 3

where T

2I

= check

A>

0, b > 0,

size, will work.

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available call dale- {Dt!CC'mbcr 31, 1976) and.applying check volume
estimates from FDIC surveys of 10 million checks per month per l.
billion of deposits.11 For that call date
member bank deposits
nonmember bank depo.si ts
total

$223.307 billion
74.212 billion
$297 .. 519 billion

=

or
lO million
l billion

x

297.519 billion

yields the figure of 2. 975 billion checks per month,
(A6)

The average check size equals total monthly debits against

demand deposits divided by the number of checks per month,
11

y

$3 1 119,780 million
2,975 million

"

$1,049

~,

i.e., the average check size is ·$1,049.
(A7)

It is assumed that the minimum check size in the economy is

$10 and the maximum check is $1 mlllion.

Based on this assumption,

the standard deviation. of the Pareto distribution of check size,
say, a

y

equals $16,613.2/

The FDIC estimates for 1973 were 10.8 million checks per month
per 1 billion deposits, Inflation should tend to reduce the
number of checks relative to deposits, so this slightly smaller
rate Was chosen.

~/ Estimates for July. 1977 from the new national sample of debits.

2/

This calculation is discussed on page 21.


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The Standard Deviation of Deposit Flows
Given Al-A7, the standard deviation of the random deposit
flow between mcml,cr and nonmember banks equals lO/

az =

✓

nk(l -k)[µ. 2 + 20 2 ] ,
y

y

wheren

= the number of checks per month

k

= proportion of total demand deposits at member banks

.µ.y

= averaie size of check written

oy

stnndard deviation of check size distribution.

At the December 31, 1976 call date k =. 75, and substituting this
and the other values into the above expression yields
oz (givenk=.75) =

J2.975xl09 x.75x.25[1,049

2

.
21
+2xl6,616
·

= $555 million.

Properties of the Truncated Pareto Distribution
Let y be a random variable that is distributed as truncateg
Pareto wi,th lower limit y O and upper limit y 1 . The density function
of y is

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f(y)

The mean of .y is

(15)

E[y]

h

= P-1

y y (Y~-1 - i-1)
o
[ o l l
~

-

~

l
.

yl - Yo

.

The second moment of •y is

(16)

and, the variance,

ll

2
y, equals

(17)

Given values for y0 a'nd yl and E(y), equation (15) can be solved to
obtain values for~-

The implied values of~ and oy are listed in

Table 4 for alternative values of y 1 given y 0 = $10 and E(y)

~

$1,049.

TABLf. 4

y 1 (Upper Limit)
$1
million
$100 million
$1
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o
Y

(Standard Devintion
of Check Size)

• MV

$ 16,616

.792
. 8316

$136,870
$397,887

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Derivation of a
Let n be the total number of checks written per month.
Let n and n denote the number of checks written on member and
m
n
nonmember bank accounts.

In view of assumption (AS),

n = kn
m

nn

(1-k)n

Let z
be the dollar amount of checks written on member accounts
mn
which are deposited at nonmember banks and znm be the dollar amount
of checks written on nonmember accounts "'hich are dE'pos'ited _at member
banks.

The.random variable, z

z = zmn - z1111
represents the "net" outflow of deposits from member to nonmember
banks.

The variable, z, takes on both positive and negative values

depending on the relative magnitudes of zmn and z •
nm

., xi

Yi

-t
-

Now

i th check goes to member bank
1 th check goes to nonmember bank

size of 1 th check

Since x 1 and y 1 are assumed to be independent and identically distributed for all 1--see (Al) and (A2)--the variance of zmn


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11

02
?.

=

mn

m

E

var(xi Yi)

i=l

"m E(xy. µ
where

X

µ )2

y

x denotes an arbitrary x1
y denotes an arbitrary y 1

Furthermore,
( 19)

1')•2

E[xy·I\

= E(xy - µxy)
= E(/):12
X

= E[xy-µxy+µ~.µx µYJ

·2

+ E(µxy - µxµy)

+ µ2

X

0

2

2

+ 2 E(xy - µ,?' )(µxY • µxl'y)

2
y

cly + o y2 >a2X + / X o y2

=
Thus,

(20)

02
z

mn

Since x satisfies
µx ;. (1 - k)

o 2X = k(l - k)
(20) is replaced by
(21)


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• n [ / k{l•k)

mn

m y

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By a symmetric argument
(22)

Hence,
(23)

02 = 02

z

2
2 2
2
zmn + a znm = kn(ly k(l - k) + {l - k) o y + k{l - k)o y ]

+ {l - k)n(µ. y2 k(l - k) + k 2o y2 + k{l - k)a2]
y
• n

µ.2y

k{l - k)

+ 2n k(l - k)cr2y

. r, 2+ 2oy2]

= nk(l - k) l:Y

which corresponds to the expression for oz on page 21.

Chairman REUSS. Mr. Wylie.
Mr. WYLIE. I thank you, Mr. Chairman.
Chairman Miller has been outstanding as usual and has been
very generous with his time, but I would like to pose a series of
questions for his opinion and for the record on the impact of the
no-reserve requirements policy with reference to certificates of deposit of 29 days or less, and also the tax expenditure consequences
of the exemption of the so-called repurchase agreements from reserve requirements. I have those questions which I will submit.
Mr. MILLER. That will be very helpful. Those questions should be
examined.
[The following are written questions which were submitted by
Mr. Wylie to Chairman Miller:]
Question 1. Some of this material is fairly difficult to digest, as you can guess. We
have heard, for example, that as an administrative matter, or for some other
reason, the Federal Reserve does not require reserves on certificates of deposit of 29
days or less. Is that correct? If it is correct, have you, or can you develop, reliable
estimates of the tax expenditure effects of that exemption?
Answer. According to the Board's Regulations D and Q, certificates of deposit
issued by member banks must have an original maturity of 30 days or longer.
Deposit obligations of member banks with original maturities of less than 30 days
are classified as demand deposits and thus are subject to a reserve requirement
ranging from 7 to 16¼ percent-depending on the amount of the bank's net demand
deposits-and cannot bear interest.
Question 2. We also know from the literature and from your testimony elsewhere,
that repurchase agreements are exempt from reserves. Suppose a corporation, with
$50,000 or more, can take its money to a bank and say, "Let us negotiate a
repurchase agreement, or RP." He leaves his money and walks out with a piece of
paper that the bank has agreed to