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PAGE
RATES OF POSTAGE....... .............................................................. 9-10
BANKERS ASSOCIATIONS.................................. ............... ......... 11.12
BUYER’S GUIDE.......................................................... -.........Opposite 8
COMPTROLLER’S CALLS____________
16
STATE BANK OFFICIALS AND EXAMINERS___________ 18-22
NATIONAL BANK EXAMINERS............_.....................................22, 23
VALUE OF FOREIGN COINS.......... .......................... .................
24
CALENDAR....................................................................................25
NUMERICAL SYSTEM EXPLANATION................................
28
TABLE OF CARDINAL NUMBERS AND COMMERCIAL
TERMS IN TEN LANGUAGES_____________ _________
29
CENTRAL RESERVE AND RESERVE CITIES___ ___ ____ 30
FEDERAL RESERVE BANK INFORMATION ......................... 31-49
FEDERAL LAND BANK INFORMATION............ ................. .
50
FEDERAL HOME LOAN BOARD INFORMATION_________55,56
57
FEDERAL INTERMEDIATE CREDIT BANKS.............. .
REGIONAL AGRICULTURAL CREDIT CORP............................. 58
JOINT STOCK LAND BANKS....................... .............. ................
59
(See also data under state and town In which located)
CLEARING HOUSES IN UNITED STATES..............................61,62
(Showing Deposits of Cities in which located)
CONSOLIDATED CAPITULATION FOR JULY 1933_______
63
(Showing total number of banks, liabilities and resources by
states)

i UNITED STATES BANKS (For Detailed Index See)..........
l DOMINION OF CANADA BANKS (For Detailed Index See)

PAGE
3
3

I UNITED STATES AND CANADA INVESTMENT
DEALERS (For Detailed Index See).............................
3, 4
UNITED STATES DEPENDENCIES (For Detailed Index
See)............................... ............. ..............—............ .......
3
FOREIGN BANKS..........................................
1444-1642
LOCAL STOCK EXCHANGE FIRMS............ ....................1643-1654
UNITED STATES ATTORNEYS...................................... ..1655-1751
DOMINION OF CANADA ATTORNEYS...............
1752-1755
FOREIGN ATTORNEYS_____ ______
1756-1761
NEGOTIABLE INSTRUMENTS LAW.....................
1762
DATES OF REGULAR MEETINGS OF LEGISLATURES
1763
INTEREST RATES, GRACE ON SIGHT DRAFTS AND
STATUTES OF LIMITATIONS...................................
1764
THE BANKING ACT OF 1933................................. .........1765-1770
DIGEST OF BANKING AND COMMERCIAL LAWS....1771-1931
BANK COLLECTION CODE...............
—.1933-1935
(As recommended by the American Bankers Association)
ACCESSIBLE BANKING POINTS TO NON-BANK
TOWNS IN THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA..1937-2035
DISCONTINUED BANK TITLES...............................
2037-2130
DIRECTORS (UNITED STATES AND CANADA).........
2131

DETAILED INDEX
GENERAL INFORMATION
PAGE

Accessible Banking Points to Non-Bank Towns in the United States and Canada............................
Attorneys—United States ............................. .............................................................................. .........
Attorneys—Dominion of Canada--------------------------- ------------ ----------------------------------------Attorneys—Foreign...............................................................................................................................
Bank Collection Code (As recommended by the American Bankers Association)...... ........................
Bankers Associations__________________________________ ____________________________
Banking Act of 1933_______________________ _______ ------- -------- ----------- --------------------Banks, Index to________________ j--------------------------------------- ------------------------------------Buyer’s Guide........ .................................... -.................. -.............-......... -...........................................
Calendar............................................... .................................................................................... ............
Central Reserve and Reserve Cities----------------------------------------------- ------------ -------- ---------Clearing Houses in the United States (showing deposits of cities in which located) .......................
Comptroller’s Calls-------------------------- -------- -------------------------- ------------------------------------Consolidated Capitulation for July, 1934 (showing total number of banks, liabilities and resources)
Dates of Regular Meetings of Legislatures..------------ ---------------- ---------- --------------------------Digest of Banking and Commercial Laws in United States and Canada----------------------------------Directors (United States and Canada)..................................................................................................
Discontinued Bank Titles---------- ------------------- ---------------------- -------- ---------------------------Federal Home Loan Board Information.................................. -.................... ......................................
Federal Intermediate Credit Banks (See also Bank List, under town and state located)............... .
Federal Reserve Bank Information.................................................. ......................................................
Federal Land Bank Information.................................................................. ....... .............. ....................
Foreign Banks____________________________________________________________________
Foreign Banks—Index to.......................... ................................................................................ .........
Glass-Steagall Act (An Analysis)--------- -------- ------- ------------------ ----------- -------------------------Interest Rates, Grace on Sight Drafts and Statutes of Limitations----------------------- --------------Investment Dealers—Index to_______ ______ -.................... ..............................................................
Joint Stock Land Banks (List of) (For information see city in which located).................................
Laws—United States and Canada............................ -................ -...........................................-...........
Local Stock Exchange Firms........ —---------------------------------------------------------------------------Maps—Index to.............................................................................................. ................................... --National Bank Examiners..................................................-................ -.................... ...............-............
Negotiable Instruments Law.......... .........................................................................................................
Numerical System Explanation------------------- -------------------------------------- ----- ------------ -------Rates of Postage................ ..........................................-..................................... ............................... .
Regional Agricultural Credit Corp......................-................ -.................... ..................................... --State Bank Officials and Examiners.......................................................................................................
Table of Cardinal Numbers and Commercial Terms in Ten Languages---------------------------- -----United States Dependencies.......................................................—.................-.................. .................
Value of Foreign Coins..................................................................................... ..........................-............

.1937-2035
.1655-1751
.1752-1755
.1756-1761
.1933-1935
11,12

.1765-1770
3
Opposite 8
25
30
61, 62
16
63
1763
1771-1931
2129
2037-2130
55, 56
57
31-49
50
1444-1642
1444
.1765-1770
1764
3. 4
59
.1771-1931
1643-1654
2

22, 23
1762
28
9, 10
58
18-22
29

1371-1373
24

MAPS
PAGE

PAGE

Africa...............................................1452,1453
Alabama_____________________ ____ 66,67
Alaska____________________________ 82, 83
Arizona____________________________88,89
Arkansas................................................. 94,95
Asia_________ ________________ 1462, 1463
California............................................... 112,113
Colorado................................................. 186,187
Connecticut...........................................200, 201
Delaware____________________________ 216
District of Columbia______________ 222, 223
(Washington, Main Portion)
Dominion of Canada and New­
foundland ___________________1376,1377
England and Wales_______ ____ ..1550,1551
Europe........................................ 1446,1447
Federal Land and Federal Intermediate
Credit Bank Districts....................................51
Federal Reserve Districts.................. 26,27
Florida................................................... 230, 231
Georgia.......................... ............... ...... 246, 247
Hawaii.................................................... 270,271
Idaho..................................................... 276,277
Jlnois........... ................. ..................... 286, 287
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Kansas................................
..432,433
Kentucky..................... ......................... 470,471
Louisiana________________________496,497
Maine......................................................516,517
Manitoba and Saskatchewan...........1388,1389
Maryland ............
526, 527
Massachusetts....................
544, 545
Mexico.......... ......................
1622,1623
Michigan____ _____
574,575
Milwaukee (Main portion)________1342, 1343
Minnesota...........................
608, 609
Mississippi...... .....................
654, 655
Missouri_____ ____
670, 671
Montana...................
718, 719
Nebraska..................
730, 731
Nevada....................................................758,759
New Hampshire.................................__764,765
New Jersey................................................. -.772,773
New Mexico.........................
802, 803
New York..............
808, 809
North Carolina.............................................. 902,903
North Dakota.........................................924,925
Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince
Edward Island................................ 1396,1397
Numerical Systems Transit Map.............. 14,15
Ohio............................................................... 938,939
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PAGE

Oklahoma....................................... ...990, 991
Ontario_______________________ 1416,1417
Oregon.............. ................. ............. 1020,1021
Pennsylvania......... ..... ..................... 1030,1031
Philadelphia (Main Portion)..........1078, 1079
Philadelphia and Vicinity..................1072, 1073
Philippine Islands......................
1368, 1369
Puerto Rico (See West Indies)........ 1628,1629
Quebec.............. ................................1430,1431
Rhode Island................................................1118,1119
St. Paul, Minn___________ ______..644, 645
South America........... ...................... 1634,1635
South Carolina________________ 1124,1125
South Dakota............ .......................1136,1137
Tennessee.......................... ........ ..... 1152,1153
Texas........................... .....................1176,1177
Utah.................. ......... ........... .......... 1236,1237
Vermont..... ................. .....................1246,1247
Virginia............................ .................1254,1255
United States______________
.52,53
Washington........................
1282, 1283
West Indies.................... .......... ....... 1628,1629
West Virginia...................................1302,1303
Wisconsin......................................1318,1319
The World....................................................6, 7
Wyoming........................................... 1362,1363

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PAGE

Ohio.......................
.936-987
Oklahoma..............,---------------------- 988-1017
Oregon________________________ 1018-1033
Pennsylvania___________________ 1033-1114
Philippine Islands________________ 1371,1372
Puerto Rico................................
1372,1373
Rhode Island__________
1115-1122
South Carolina__________________1127-1134
South Dakota.................
1139-1149
Tennessee______________________ 1150-1173
Texas_________________________ 1174-1233
Utah.......... .............
1234-1243
Vermont_______________________ 1244-1251
Virginia________________________1252—1280
Virgin Islands________________________ 1373
Washington____________________ 1280-1299
West Virginia..............
1300-1315
Wisconsin--------1316-1359
Wyoming______________________ 1360-1366

Kansas__________________________430-468
Kentucky..............
473-494
Louisiana__________ _______ -........ 499-513
Maine .....................—------- ----------- 514-524
Maryland....................... -...................... 524-542
Massachusetts_______________
542-571
Michigan.............. .................. -.............572-605
Minnesota.................................. -.........606-652
Mississippi ..............-.............. .........657-667
Missouri_________________________668-716
Montana________________________ 721-728
Nebraska ..........................-.................. 733-756
Nevada______________________________761
New Hampshire__________________ 762-770
New Jersey______________________ 770-799
New Mexico_____________________ 800-806
New York_____________
806-900
North Carolina--- ------------900-921
North Dakota.........................................922-935

Alabama___________________________ 64-80
Alaska........... ..................... -............................ 85
American Samoa----------1371
Arizona______________
85-92
Arkansas__________________________97-110
California------- ---------------------------- 115-183
Canal Zone---------1371
Colorado_________
184-198
Connecticut______________________ 203-214
Delaware_________________________217-219
District of Columbia_______________ 220-227
Florida.............. .................. -.................. 228-244
Georgia__________________________ 244-268
Hawaii_________________ _________ 273, 274
Guam (Island of)---------------------------------1371
Idaho____________________________274—284
Illinois___________________________ 289-349
Indiana__________________________ 350-386
Iowa.______
391-429

DOMINION OF CANADA BANKS
PAGE

PAGE

PAGE

Alberta____ t..-------1374-1382
British Columbia________________ 1382-1384
Manitoba-----------1385-1391
New Brunswick................................. 1391,1392

Newfoundland .............
1393
Nova Scotia---------------1393-1399
Ontario_______________________ 1399-1422
Prince Edward Island.................
1422

Quebec________________________ 1423-1437
St. Pierre at Miquelon_________________ 1437
Saskatchewan.........................
1437-1443
Yukon______________________________ 1443

FOREIGN BANKS
.......... 1444
1444-1642

Alphabetical Index to Foreign Banks and Bankers
Foreign Banks --------------------------------------------

INVESTMENT DEALERS
PAGE

PAGE

................70
.............77
_______91
_______105

Kansas_____ ____Emporia.. .
Topeka.........
Wichita____

-.442
..464
..468

Kentucky......... ____Lexington__
Louisville__

-.483
..486

Louisiana____ ____New Orleans

509

Maine_____ . . ...Portland.. .

523

...... ...........1384

British Columbia.

____ _________ 145
152
Oakland_________________ ...........
155
Pasadena_________________ ..................
San Francisco------------------- ______________ 170
Colorado_______ ...Denver_____ _______ ____
Connecticut_______ Hartford—
New Haven

____________192
207

Manitoba____ ____ Winnipeg__

....1391

Maryland____ ____ Baltimore__
Hagerstown.
Salisbury

533, 534
........ 538
.........540

Massachusetts_____ Boston------------------------------ --------- —553, 554
Springfield______________________________ 568
Worcester--- --------- ----------------- -----------------571

210

Delaware_________ Wilmington................................................. .........219
Michigan.
Dist. of Columbia__Washington---------------------------------------- ----- 227
Florida___________ Jacksonville______________________________236
Miami__________ _______ ____ ___________238
West Palm Beach.................... ..............................243
Georgia.................... Atlanta ..
Columbus
Macon__
Savannah.
Illinois.

Indiana.
Iowa

.253
.256
.261
.265

.Aurora............. ............
291
Chicago..........................
308-311
Joliet.......................................................................325

Minnesota________ Minneapolis
New Ulm...
Saint Paul..

.632
634
.648

Mississippi________ Jackson

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Butler..........
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St. Joseph..
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Nebraska.

Lincoln_________________________________ 744
Omaha_________________________________ 749

New Jersey_______ Atlantic City
Bloomfield..
3

........675
........689
____705
.712,713

Missouri.

.Indianapolis__________ ^_________________ 369
Burlington_______________________________395
Cedar Rapids____________________________ 396
Council Bluffs...... ...............
399
Des Moines......... ..............
402
Sioux City..................
423
Waterloo.........................
..427

.Battle Creek_____________________________ 577
Detroit____________________________ 585, 586
Grand Rapids..............
589
Jackson___________
593
Lansing_________________________________ 594
Saginaw__________
602

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776

INVESTMENT DEALERS—(Continued)
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PAGE

New York................Albany________
Auburn................
Binghamton____
Buffalo________
New York...........
Niagara Falls___
Oneonta............. .
Rochester.............
Schenectady___
Syracuse...............
Troy__________
Utica................... .

..........811
.......... 813
........ 815
........ 818
.873-879
........ 880
........ 881
........ 887
........ 890
........ 894
........ 894
........ 896

North Carolina____ Charlotte_______
Durham_______
Greensboro...........
Raleigh................
,
Winston-Salem..

____ 907
........ 909
........ 911
........ 916
........ 921

Ohio.........................Akron..................
Barnesville_____
Canton.................
Cincinnati........... .
Cleveland.............
Columbus.............
East Liverpool ...
Steubenville.........
Toledo............. .

........ 936
........ 942
........ 945
____ 949
........ 953
........ 955
........ 959
____980
982, 983

Oklahoma.................Newkirk................
Tulsa.....................

1006
1015

Ontario.....................Hamilton..............
London................
Ottawa..................
Toronto................

.1405
1408
1410
1420

Oregon___________ Portland------------

.1027

Pennsylvania______ Bradford----------Erie...................
Lancaster_______
Oil City________
Philadelphia------

........ .1037
.......... 1047
.......... 1057
_____1068
1088, 1089

Pennsylvania............Pittsburgh............
(Continued)
Scranton_______
Wilkes-Barre ...
York....................
Quebec....................... Montreal.............

.1112

.1114
.1428

Rhode Island...........Providence_____

.1121

South Carolina......... Charleston...........
Columbia______
Greenville.........
Spartanburg___

.1128
.1129
.1131
.1133

South Dakota..........Aberdeen_______
Sioux Falls..........

.1139
.1147

Tennessee_________Chattanooga.___
Jackson________
Knoxville.............
Memphis............. .
Nashville_______

.1157
.1162
.1164
.1167
.1169

Texas......................... Dallas...................
El Paso________
Fort Worth.........
Houston_______
San Antonio____
Wichita Falls___

.1192
.1195
.1198
.1205
.1223
.1232

Utah......................Salt Lake City___

.1243

Vermont.................... Burlington-----Rutland_____

.1249
.1251

Virginia......................Richmond........
Roanoke_____

.1275
1276

Washington_______ Seattle.

,1294

West Virginia............ Clarksburg..
Wheeling___

.1306
1315

Wisconsin............... ..Fond du Lac
Milwaukee..

1329
1345

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United States. (No other postage required.)
Limit of Weight and Size—Any mailable matter except that liable
to damage from freezing will be carried by airplane, including sealed
parcels, not exceeding 70 pounds in weight, and not exceeding 100 inches
in length and girth combined.
First Class—Letters, etc., 2 cents for each ounce or fraction of an ounce
11 !dcdeXSforf°eaKunce orTraction when addressed for other than local

Yost Cards—One cent each, not exceeding in size 3% by
inchesnor less than 2 % by 4 inches.
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office for permit to mail. One cent each additional to regular postage on
delivery
By Air Mail 1 cent each additional to the regular air mail rates
on delivery.
fP!1„tion nf 2
Wnnd
(transient rate)—One cent for each 2 oz. or liaction or z
07 to 8 oz inclusive or at the parcel post rates when such rates are lower
than the total rate computed on a shipment at 1 cent for each 2 ounces or
fraction.
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Third Class (a) Merchandise and Loose Printed Matter 1 A cents for
63 (b)2B°ooksr arnf Catalogues IfpalesV more, covers included. (22 must
be printed) .^and Seeds*<Scions and Bulbs-One cent for each 2 oz. or fraction to 8 oz. inclusive.
Bulk Third Class—(Sec. 662 P. L. & R.) Not less than 20 lbs. or not
less than 200 separately addressed identical pieces. Apply to post office
f°y,iT<Siltaneousal(see "a” above)-Twelve cents each lb. or fraction, but
n0Bioks‘hsTed1s,CEtcPe(sePe“b;; above)-Eight cents each lb. or fraction,
^BuIkmaS must be separated by states and post offices and mailed at the
post office or a station by the sender. Matter mailed at bulk rates cannot
be Registered, Insured, or sent C. O. D.
TTndnllverable Third and Fourth Class Mail will be returned to sen. tnaemerapie *
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return address.
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The Forwarding Address on third and fourth class articles can be obtained if the following notice is printed in the lower left-hand corner of
the address side:
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notify sender on Form 3547 postage for which is guaranteed.
Fourth Class—Parcel Post includes printed matter, merchandise, and
all matter weighing in excess of 8 oz. except first-class, second-class, and
second-class transient matter.
The Limit of Weight for fourth-class matter is 70 pounds for all zones.
The Limit of Size for fourth-class matter is 100 inches in length and
girth combined. In measuring a parcel, the greatest distance in a straight
line between the ends (but not around the parcel) is taken as Rs length,
For example, a parcel 35 inches long, 10 Inches wide and 5 inches high
measures 65 inches in length and girth combined.
Exceptions—(a) In the first or second zone, where the distance by the
shortest reguiar practicable mail route is 300 iniles or more, the rate is 9
(b) On parcels collected on rural routes the postage is 2 cents less per
parcel than showninthe foregoing table when for local delivery and 3 cents
less per parcel when for other than local delivery.
Closed Against Inspection—Third and fourth class parcels, except
when they bear the following statement in print (wilting not permissable).
Contents: Merchandise. Postmaster: This parcel may be opened for
postal inspection if necessary.
Sender’s Receipts—A certificate of mailing is furnished the sender of
piece This fee merely furnishes evidence of mailing. Additional duplicate receipts may be obtained upon payment of one (1) cent each.
Inclosures—There may be inclosed with fourth-class matter a written
or printed invoice showing the name and address
t^ff^er imd^ofUie
fn scriptions indicating “for purpose of description,”
P^ce.
number, size, and quality of the articles; the order or file number, date of
order, and date and manner of shipment; and the initials or name of the
salesman, or of the person by whom the articles were Packed and checked.
inorrinfinns such as “Merrv Christmas . With best wishes,
Do not
open until Christmas," or words to that etfect may be
class mail, or on a card inclosed therewith. Public library books may bear
any printed or written mark constituting a necessary description for the
purpose of a permanent library record.
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MONEY UKDEK2>
Fees
Fees
Not exceeding $
2 50............. 6c
Not exceeding
40.00................. 15c
TSTot exce^dinl
5 00............. 8c
Not exceeding
60.00................. 18c
Not exceeding
10 00.............. 11c
Not exceeding
80.00................. 20c
20.00...............13c
Not exceeding 100.00...............22c

PARCEL POST

JONES ZONE ZONE ZONE ZONE ZONE ZONE
8
7
6
5
4
3
1 & 2
’ LOCAL Not
Over
1,401
to
,001
to
601
to
151 to 301 to
IN
ZONE Over
1,800
1,800
1,400
1,000
300
600
LBS.
150
Miles
Miles
Miles Miles
Miles
Miles Miles
^ |b
$0.15
$0.14
$0.12
$0.11
$0.10
$0.09
8c
7c
.26
.23
.19
.17
.14
.11
2lbs. 8c
10c
.37
.32
26
.22
.17
.13
lie
8c
.48
.41
.33
.27
.21
.15
12c
9c
.59
.60
.40
.33
.24
.17
glbs'. 9c
13C
.70
.59
.47
.38
6 lbs.
.19
.28
14c
10C
.81
.68
.54
.43
? lbs
.31
.21
15c
10c
.92
.77
.61
.49
.35
g ]bs
.23
16C
lie
1.03
.86
.68
.54
g ibs.
.38
.25
17C
lie
1.14
.95
.75
*10 lbs.
.59
.42
.27
18C
12c
1.25
1.04
.82
.64
.45
.29
19c
12c
11 lbs.
1.36
1.13
.89
.70
.49
.31
21C
13c
12 lbs.
1.47
1.22
.96
.75
.52
.33
22c
13c
1.58
1.31
1.03
.80
14 ibs'
.56
.35
23C
14c
1.68
1.40
1.10
.86
, 6 lbs'
.59
.37
24C
14c
1.80
1.49
1.17
.91
16 lbs.
.63
.39
25C
15c
1.58
1.91
1.24
.96
.66
.41
7 bs.
26c
15c
2.02
1.67
1.31
1.02
.70
.43
27c
16c
2.13
1.76
1.38
1.07
. q lbs
.73
.45
28c
16C
2.24
1.86
1.45
1.12
2Q Jbs;
.77
.47
29c
17c
^ ]bg
2.35
1.94
1.52
1.17
.80
.49
30c
17C
2.46
2.03
1.59
1.23
.84
.51
22 lbs!
32C
18c
2.57
2.12
1.66
1.28
.87
.53
33c
18c
2.68
2.21
1.73
1.33
.91
.55
34c
24 lbs.
19c
2.79
2.30
1.80
1.39
.94
.67
35C
19c
2.90
2.39
26 lbs.
1.87
1.44
.98
.59
36c
20c
3.01
2.48
1.94
1
49
1.01
.61
37c
27 lbs.
20c
3.12
2.67
2.01
1.65
1.05
.63
38C
21C
28 lbs.
3.23
2.66
2.08
1.60
1.08
.65
39C
21c
29 lbs.
3.34
2.75
2.16
1.65
1.12
.67
40c
30 lbs. 22c
3.45
2.84
2.22
1.70
1.15
.69
41C
22c
31 lbs.
3.56
2.93
2.29
1.76
1.19
.71
43C
23c
32 lbs.
3.67
3.02
2.36
1.81
1.22
.73
44c
23c
33 bs.
3.78
3.11
2.43
1.86
1.26
.75
45c
24C
3.89
3.20
as ihs'
2.50
1.92
1.29
.77
46C
24C
4.00
3.29
2.57
1.97
1.33
.79
47C
25C
36 ns.
4.11
3.38
2.64
2.02
1.36
.81
48C
25c
4.22
3.47
2.71
3g lbs‘
2.08
1.40
.83
49c
26C
4.33
3 56
2.78
3£) ,bs_
2.13
1.43
.85
50C
26c
4.44
3.65
2.85
2.18
1.47
.87
51c
40 lbs
27C
4.55
3.74
2.92
2.23
41 lbs
1.50
.89
52c
27c
4.66
3.83
2.99
2.29
1.54
.91
64C
42 lbs
28c
4.77
3.92
3.06
2.34
1.57
.93
55C
43 jbs
28c
4.88
4.01
3.13
2.39
1.61
.95
56C
44 lbs
29c
4.99
4.10
3.20
2.45
1.64
.97
57c
29C
5.10
4.19
3.27
46 lbs
2.60
1.68
.99
58c
30C
6.21
4.28
3.34
2.55
1.71
47 ifos
1.01
59C
30c
6.32
4.37
3.41
2.61
1.03
1.7.5
60C
48 lbs
31c
5.43
4.46
3.48
2.66
1.78
1.05
61c
49 jbs
31c
5.54
4.55
3.55
2.71
1.82
1.07
62c
32c
5.65
4.64
3.62
2.76
., ibs
1.86
1.09
63c
32c
6.76
4.73
3.69
2.82
1.89
1.11
65C
33C
5.87
4.82
3.76
2.87
1.92
53 lbs
1.13
66c
33C
6.98
4.91
3.83
2.92
1.96
1.15
67c
54 ibs
34C
6.09
5.00
3.90
2.98
1.99
1.17
68C
34C
6.20
6.09
3.97
3.03
-6 ios
2.03
1.19
69c
35C
6.31
5.18
4.04
3.08
2.06
1.21
70c
57 lbs
35c
6.42
5.27
4.11
3.14
2.10
1.23
71c
36C
68 lbs
6.53
5.36
4.18
3.19
2.13
1.25
72C
36c
59 bs
fl.64
5.45
4.25
3.24
2.17
1.27
73c
37C
6.76
5.54
4.32
3.29
2.20
1.29
74c
37C
61 lbs
6.86
6.63
4.39
3.35
2.24
1.31
76C
38c
62 lbs
6.97
5.72
4.46
3.40
2.27
1.33
77c
38c
63 lbs
7.08
5.81
4.53
3.45
2.31
1.35
78C
39c
64 lbs
7.19
6.90
4.60
3.51
2.34
1.37
79c
39C
7.30
5.99
4.67
3.56
2.38
1.39
6S !5S
80c
40C
7.41
6.08
4.74
3.61
2.41
1.41
8lc
67 lbs
40c
7.52
6.17
4.81
3.67
2.45
1.43
82c
68 lbs
41c
7.63
6.28
4.88
3.72
2.48
1.45
83C
69 lbs
41c
7.74
6.35
4.95
3.77
2.52
1.47
84c
70 lbs
42C
*The postage on any parcel over 84 inches and weighing less than
jq ib9
be that chargeable for 10 lbs. at the zone rate.
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INSURANCE
Third and Fourth Class Only— ($100.00 limit to Philippine Islands.
$200.00 limit to Canal Zone.)
Indemnity not exceeding $ 5.00.............................................................................. .2“
Indemnity not exceeding
25.00...............................................................................IS
Indemnity not exceeding
50.00...............................................................................15c
Indemnity not exceeding J0000..........................................................
oqc
lud.muity not
>“.00.............................. J0C

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First Class—Two pounds or less, 10 cents. Over 2 pounds, not over 10
pounds. 20 cents. Over 10 pounds, 25 cents.
Second, Third and Fourth Class—Two pounds or less 15 cents.
Over 2 pounds, not over 10 pounds, 25 cents. Over 10 pounds 35 cents.
Special Delivery Parcels of the second, third, and fourth classes are
handled and transported like first class matter, and in addition receive
immediate delivery at the office of address.
“Special Delivery” must be so endorsed.

Up to $
5 00............... $0.15
300.01 to $ 400.00................ $ .60
g 501 to
25.00...................... 18
400.01 to
500.00.......................70
25.01 to
50.00....................... 20
500.01 to
600.00....................... 8»
50.01 to
75 00....................... 25
600.01 to
700.00....................... 86
75.01 to 100.00........................... 30
700.01 to
800.00........................90
100.01 to 200.00...........................40
800.01 to
900.00................
95
200.01 to
300.00. ....... 50
aoo.ui to luuu.uu............... i w
Registered^aillnc’luding registered C. O. D. matter, having a declared
value in excess of the maximum indemnity covered by the registry fee
SPECIAL HANDLING
paid is subject to a postal surcharge as follows:
arm-irtL, 1
Declared value in excess
Declared value in excess
(Handled as above but without special delivery)
of indemnity
Surcharge
of indemnity
Surcharge
Fourth Class—Two pounds or less 10 cents. Over 2 pounds, not over Up to $ 50.00............................................. lc
400 01 to
600.00.........................Be
,0 pounds, 15 cents. Over 10 pound. 20 cent,.
! 50.01 g .00 00
|gg:g> £
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“Special HandUng” must be so endorsed.
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Trlall
. nn<1 itnelsfered Mail—Upon payment of a fee of 3 cents at
the time^f mailing,8or of 5 cents subsequent to the time of mailing, a recefnt will be obtained for insured or registered mail matter showing^ to
whom and when the article was delivered, which receipt will be returned to
the sender and be received in the courts as pnma facie evidence of such

to 400 00............................................4c
If the excess of the declared value over the maximum indemnity covered
by the registry fee paid is $1,000 or more, the surcharge for each $1,000 or
part of $1,000 on articles destined topoints within the several zones applioable to .^urth class matter is asfollows:
For
8c
Loca,lZ,on£ a:nd First Zone.
............................................................ 9c
Second^Zone.............................................
........................................................ i0c

deUpCon payment of the additional sum of 20 cents at the time of mailing by

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Third and Fourth Class and Sealed Matter of Any Class Bearing
First Class Postage (includes insurance):
Not exceeding
$5.00.............. 12c
Not exceeding $100.00................32c
Not exceeding
25.00.............. 17c
Not exceeding 150.00................40c
Notexceeding
50.00..............22c
Not exceeding 200.00............ 45c
There is no C. O. D. service to the Canal Zone or. the Philippine Islands.
The amount, of C. O. D. charges governs the amount of C. O. D. fee to
be paid. However, when the C. O. D. charges to be collected are less than
the value, the sender may pay a higher fee in order to obtain indemnity for
full value within the limit of indemnity allowable for the fee paid.
Articles such as deeds, abstracts of title, insurance policies, bills of lading,
valuable light-weight merchandise, etc. (except bills and statements of in­
debtedness), when sealed and prepaid at the first class rate of postage may
be sent C. O. D. either by ordinary or registered mail. When sent ordinary
the C. O. D. fees given above are applicable. When patrons prefer the
registry service or desire indemnity in excess of $200.00 such mail may be
sent by the combined registry-C. O. D. service, the fees for which are shown
in table below:

REGISTERED C. O. D. MAIL
C. O. D. fee
Maximum
(including
C. O. D. charges
Indemnity
registry)
Collectable
up to $ 10.00
. . . . .................$0.25........... ............
Up to $ 10.00
$ 10.01 to
50.00............. ........................ 30............. ............$ 10.01 to
50.00
50.01 to
100.00............. ........................ 40............. ............
50.01 to 100.00
100.01 to
200.00............. ........................50............. ............ 100.01 to 200.00
200.01 to
300.00............. .................
60............
300.01 to
400 00............. ........................ 70.............
400.01 to
500.00............. ........................ 80.............
“
500.01 to
600.00............. ........................ 90.............
“
600.01 to
700.00............. ................. 1.00............
700.01 to
800.00............ ................. 1.10............
800.01 to 1000.00............. ................. 1.20............ ......
No return receipt furnished for registered C. 6. D. matter.
Parcel Post (Fourth Class) Matter cannot be registered unless it is sealed
and prepaid at the first class rate of postage.
All unregistered and registered C. O. D. shipments must be based on
bona fide orders for the contents thereof or be in conformity with agree­
ments between the senders and addressees.

CHARGE FOR SERVICE
Covering C. O. D. Mail at Office Where Held—Each request for the
alteration or cancellation of charges on a C. O. D. article or for the delivery
of the article to other than the addressee at the post office where held must
be accompanied with 10 cents. Requests of this character should be filed
with the postmaster at the Mailing Office and not transmitted direct to
the postmaster at the office of address. This charge is in addition to the
postage at the local rate required for the second attempt at delivery if the
parcel is addressed for delivery by carrier (city, village or rural) or for de­
livery to other than the original addressee at the post office where held.

DEMURRAGE
A demurrage charge or 5 cents per day is collected on each domestic C.
O. D. article which the addressee fails to remove from the post office within
15 days after the first attempt to deliver or the first notice of arrival at
the office of address, exclusive of the day delivery is first attempted or the
first notice of arrival is issued at the office of address, the actual day of
delivery, Sundays and holidays.
To avoid the payment of demurrage, the address label must bear instruc­
tions limiting detention of the article at office of address to not exceeding
15 days.

FOREIGN

Fetters—For any destination specially named in the table (see Table
No. 1), 3 cents each ounce; for all other foreign destinations, 5 cents
first Ounce and 3 cents each additional ounce. Weight limit: 4 pounds
6 ounces, except that to Canada and Newfoundland (including Labrador)
it is 60 pounds; to Honduras (Republic), it is 8 pounds 12 ounces and to
Nicaragua, it is 22 pounds. Maximum dimensions: IS inches in any
direction, except when in the form of a roll they are 30 inches in length
and 4 inches in diameter.
Letter Packages—Merchandise may be sent at the letter rate to
certain foreign countries (see the ‘‘International Postal Service Section,”
Official Postal Guide). A paper customs declaration (Form 2976-A) or
invoice must be inclosed in each such package and the green label (Form
Cl) Form 2976, must be affixed to the outside of the envelope or wrapper
The customs declaration and green label may be obtained free at the
post office.
Fost Cards—Single post cards for any destination specially named
in the table, 2 cents; for all other foreign destinations, 3 cents. Maxi­
mum dimensions: 6 by 4M inches. Minimum dimensions: 4 by 2%
inches. Each half of a double or reply-paid postcard must be fully
prepaid the rate applicable to a single card.
Printed Matter (including second class matter, except when mailed
by publishers or registered news agents to certain countries, as explained
in ‘Note”). For all foreign destinations, iy2 cents each 2 ounces
Limit of weight: 4 pounds 6 ounces in general and 6 pounds 9 ounces for
single volumes of printed books, except in the case of certain countries
as shown in Table No. 1. Maximum dimensions: 18 inches in any direction’
except when in the form of a roll they are 30 by 4 inches for most countries
and 40 by 6 inches for certain countries, as shown in Table No 1
Printed Matter for the Blind—For all foreign destinations, 1 cent
each 2 pounds 3 ounces. Limit of weight: 11 pounds. Maximum dimen­
sions: Same as other printed matter.
Samples of Merchandise—For all foreign destinations, l« cents
each 2 ounces, with a minimum charge of 3 cents. Limit of weight18 ounces. Maximum dimensions: 18 inches in length, 8 inches in width
and 4 inches in thickness, except when in the form of a roll they are 18
by 6 inches.
Commercial Papers—For all foreign destinations, 1 yz cents each
2 ounces, with a minimum charge of 5 cents. Limit of weight and maxi­
mum dimensions: Same as for printed matter, except to those countries
which have ratified or put into effect the provisions of the Convention
of the Postal Union of the Americas and Spain. (See Argentina Bolivia
Brazil, Canada, Canary Islands, Chile, Colombia. Venezuela, Costa Rica’
Cuba. Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala Mexico’
Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Spain (including Andorra and the Spanish
possessions shown in Table No. 1), and Uruguay.
Eight-Ounce Merchandise Packages—Packages of merchandise
weighing 8 ounces or less, for Argentina, Balearic Islands, Bolivia Brazil
Canada, Canary Islands, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican
Republic, Ecuador, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, (Republic), Mexico
Newfoundland (including Labrador), Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay’
Peru, Salvador (El), Spain (including Andorra and the Spanish possessions
shown in Table No. 1), Uruguay and Venezuela, 2 cents for each 2 ounces
except that when the contents consist of seed, scions, plants, cuttings’
bulbs, and roots, the rate is 1 y2 cents for each 2 ounces. (This is not
parcel post, must not have customs declarations attached, and must not
be sealed except when addressed for delivery in Canada and marked
“This may be opened for postal inspection if necessary,” and COD
packages to Mexico.)
Small Packets—Three cents for each 2 ounces, with a minimum
charge of 10 cents per packet. Maximum weight: 2 pounds 3 ounces
Maximum dimensions: Same as samples of merchandise. (See the
‘International Postal Service Section,” Official Postal Guide for list of
countries which accept small packets).
Registration Fee-—For all foreign destinations, 15 cents in addition
to postage. When a return receipt is requested at the time of mailing
there is an additional charge of 5 cents therefor, and a charge of 10 cents
when requested after mailing.
Prepayment—Letters for places in Table No. 1 must be prepaid at
least one full rate and other articles for those countries must be prepaid
in full.
The prepayment of postage on letters and single post cards for countries
not specially mentioned in the table is optional. Postage on all other
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However, registered letters and “business” letters (except those
evidently being exchanged between branches of the same firm or cor­
poration) which are short-paid are returned to the senders for the neces­
sary postage.
Special-Delivery (Expres) Service is now in force with the follow­
ing foreign countries;
Argentina
Egypt
Netherlands. The
Australia,
Estonia
Newfoundland (inAustria
Finland
eluding Labrador)
Bahamas
France
Norway
Belgium
Germany
Nyasaland ProtecBritish Guiana
Great Britain and
torate
British Honduras
Northern Ireland
Palestine
(Belize only)
Guatemala
Panama
Canada
Hungary
Paraguay
China
Irish FreeState
Poland
Cuba
Italy
Portugal
Czechoslovakia
Japan
St. Pierre and
Danzig
Latvia
Miquelon
Denmark
Lithuania
Sweden
Dominican Republic
Luxembourg
Switzerland
Ecuador
Mexico
Trans-Jordan
An article intended for special (“expres”) delivery in any of the
countries mentioned above must be prepaid 20 cents, in addition to
the regular postage by United States special delivery or other stamps1
affixed to the cover. There should also be affixed one of the “expres”'
labels (Form 2977) or the cover must be marked boldly in red ink “Expres”
directly below but never on the stamps. In Canada and Newfoundland
the special-delivery service applies only to letters (or articles prepaid at
the letter rate). In Canada the service is limited to certain cities, a list
of which appears under the item “Canada” in the “International Postal
service Section" Official Postal Guide. In the other countries of above
fist, the “expres” feature is applicable to ordinary and registered Postal
Union articles (letters, post cards, commercial papers, printed matter
samples, and small packets), but not to parcel-post packages
TABLE NO. 1
Printed matter and com'l papers
Max' dim’s
. Limits of weight
18 inches in
any direc­
Country
Single
tion, except
volumes
of
In general
as below
printed
when in the
books
form of roll
Lbs. Oz.
Lbs. Oz.
Inches
Andorra (Republic)..................................
11 —
(2)
30x4
Argentina.....................................................
00
11 —
30x4
Balearic Islands.................. )....................
11 —
30x4
Bolivia...........................................................
11 —
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30x4
Brazil............................................................
11 —
30x4
©
Canada.........................................................
®4 6
11 —
30x4
Canary Islands...........................................
©
11 —
30x4
Chile..............................................................
©
11 —
30x4
Colombia......................................................
11 —
©
30x4
Costa Rica...................................................
©
11 —
30x4
Cuba..............................................................
None
© ©
30x4
(2)
Dominican Republic................................
11 —
30x4
Ecuador........................................ ...............
11 —
CO
30x4
Guatemala...................................................
11 —
©
30x4
Haiti.............................................................
8 12
11 —
40x6
Honduras (Republic)..............................
8 12
11 —
40x6

Labrador (see Newfoundland)
Mexico..........................................................
Newfoundland (including Labrador) .
Nicaragua....................................................
Panama.........................................................
Paraguay......................................................
Peru...............................................................
Salvador, El................................................
Spain, including Alhucemas Island,
Ceuta, Chaferinas or Zafarani Is­
lands, Melilla, Penon de Velez de
la Gbmera, and Tangier.....................
Uruguay.......................................................
V enezuela....................................................
All other foreign destinations not
listed above............................................

© ©
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11 —
11 —
None
11 —
11 —
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30x4
30x4
40x6
30x4
30x4
30x4
30x4

11
11
11

30x4
30x4
40x6

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6
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30x4
Note.—Daily newspapers issued and mailed as frequently as six times
a week to bona fide subscribers in Canada and Newfoundland by pub­
lishers or registered news agents, and all second-class matter mailed by
publishers or registered news agents to the other countries mentioned in
the table above are subject to the postage rates prescribed in paragraphs 1
2, 4, and 4^ of section 412, Postal Laws and Regulations, 1924. Other
second-class matter mailed to Canada and Newfoundland (including
Labrador) by publishers or registered news agents is subject to the postage
rate of 1 cent for each 4 ounches or fraction thereof.
(1) There is no limit of weight for second-class matter sent to Canada
Cuba Mexico, Newfoundland (including Labrador), and Panama by
publishers or registered news agents.
(2) The weight limit applicable to printed matter is 8 pounds 12 ounces
while commercial papers are restricted to 4 pounds 6 ounces.
(3) The limit of weight applicable to printed matter in general is
8 pounds 12 ounces, and the weight limit applicable to commercial papers
is 4 pounds 6 ounces.
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INTERNATIONAL MONEY ORDERS

Fees for Money Orders—Schedule No. 1—Fees charged for money
orders issued on domestic form. Payable in the United States including
Hawaii, Puerto Rico, and the United States Virgin Islands, or in Guam
and Tutuila (Samoa): also for orders payable in Antigua, Bahamas
Barbados, Bermuda, British Guiana, British Honduras, British Virgin
Islands, Canada, Canal Zone, Cuba, Dominica, Granada, Jamaica
Montserrat, Nevis, Newfoundland, Philippine Islands, St. Kitts St’
Lucia. St. Vincent. Trinidad and Tobago.
Orders from $0.01 to $2.50, 6c
Orders from $20.01 to $40.00 15c
Orders from $2.51 to $5.00, 8c
Orders from $40.01 to $60.00,’ 18c
Orders from $5.01 to $10.00. 11c
Orders from $60.01 to $80.00 20c
Orders from $10.00 to $20.00, 13c
Orders from $80.01 to $100.00’ 22c
Caution—-Postmasters at domestic money-order offices are ’ not,
authorized to issue money orders for payment in foreign countries other
than those enumerated in the above schedule No. 1. When an intending
remitter applies at a domestic office for a money order payable in anv
other foreign country the postmaster should direct him to the nearest
international money-order office. Particular care should be taken not
to draw orders upon places on the Isthmus of Panama outside the Canal
Zone; but for persons residing at Colon, Republic of Panama, orders on
domestic form may be drawn on Cristobal, Canal Zone, which adjoins
Colon, while for residents of the city of Panama, Republic of Panama
orders on like form may be drawn on adjoining town of Ancon, Canal Zone’
Schedule No. 2—Fees charged for money orders issued on inter­
national form
Payable in Argentina, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Bulgana, Cape of Good Hope, Cape Verde Islands, Chile, China. Costa
Rica, Czechoslovakia, Danzig (Free City of), Denmark, Estonia, Fin­
land, Prance, French Levant*, Germany, Great Britain and Northern
Ireland, Greece, Guatemala, Honduras, Hong Kong, Hungary, Iceland, Irish free State, Italy, Japan, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg,
Mexico, Natal, Netherlands, Netherland East Indies, New South Wales
New Zealand, Norway, Orange Free State, Palestine, Peru, Poland’’
Queensland, Salvador, Siam, South Australia, Spain, Straits Settlements'
Surinam (or Dutch Guiana), Sweden, Switzerland, Tasmania, the Trans­
vaal- Uruguay Victoria,Western Australia, and Yugoslavia (or Jugoslavia)
Orders from $0.01 to $10.00, 10c.
Orders from $50.01 to $60.00 60c
Orders from $10.01 to $20.00, 20c.
Orders from $60.01 to $70.oo’ 70c:
Orders from $20.01 to $30.00, 30c
Orders from $70.01 to $80.00.’ 80c
Orders from $30.01 to $40.00, 40c
Orders from $80.01 to $90 00 90c
°r5rnSQfv?m
to $50.00, 50c
Orders from $90.01 to $100.00, $1
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BANKERS’ ASSOCIATIONS. 1934
AMERICAN BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President, Francis Marion Law, president First National Bank, Houston,
FirsVVice-President, Rudolph S. Hecht, chairman of the board Hibernia
National Bank, New Orleans, La.
. _ Second Vice-President, Robert V. Fleming, president Riggs National Bank,
Washington, D. C.
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Treasurer, Hal V. Lemon, vice-president. National Bank of Detroit, Detroit,
Executive Manager, F. N. Shepherd, 22 East 40th St.. New York N. Y.
Deputy Managers: W. Espey Albig, secretary, Commerce and Marine
Division, Foundation Trustees, Membership Committee and Savings
Divisions; James E. Baum, secretary Protective Committee and Insur­
ance Committee; Edgar E. Mountjoy, secretary National Bank Divi­
sion; Henry E. Sargent, secretary Trust Division; Frank W. Simmonds,
secretary Bank Management Commission, Banking Code Committee,
State Bank Division and State Secretaries Section.
Secretaries: J. Raymond Dunkerley, secretary to Executive manager;
R. W. Hill, secretary American Institute of Banking Section and secre­
tary Public Education Commission.
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Publicity Director and secretary Economic Policy Commission, Durden
Edwards.
Managing Editor, William R. Kuhns.
Executive Clerk, Eugene D. Luken.
General Counsel, D. J. Needham, Secretary; Committee on Federal Legisla­
tion, Committee on State Legislation, Committee on Taxation and
Committee on Section 5219.
Agricultural Director, D. H. Otis.
Educational Director, Harold Stonier.
Branch Office, 708 Colorado Bldg., Washington, D. C.
ALABAMA BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President, Walter E. Henley, president Birmingham Trust & Savings Bk.,
Birmingham.
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First Vice-President* Chas. R. Bell, president Commercial National Bank,
Anniston.
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Second Vice-President, M. L. Robertson, president Parker Bank & Trust
Co., Cullman.
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Secretary and Treasurer, M. A. Vincentelli, president Alabama National
Bank, Montgomery.
ARIZONA BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President, John B. Crowell, cashier Bank of Douglas, Douglas.
Vice-President, I. F. Burgess, cashier Miners & Merchants Bank, Bisbee.
Secretary, Morris Goldwater, P. O. Box 272, Prescott.
Treasurer, M. B. Hazeltine, president Bank of Arizona, Prescott.
ARKANSAS BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President, Jo Nichol, president Simmons National Bank, Pine Bluff.
Vice-President, A. N. Sicard, president First National Bank, Fort Smith.
Secretary, Robt. E. Wait, 923 Southern Bldg., Little Rock.
Treasurer, A. C. Bridewell, cashier National Bank of Eastern Arkansas,
Forrest City.
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Asst. Secretary, Mrs. Milo Gardner, Little Rock.
CALIFORNIA BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President, Ben C. Corlett, vice-president First National Bank, Napa.
Vice-President, A. L. Lathrop, vice-president Union Bank & Trust Co.,
Los Angeles.
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Secretary, Andrew Miller, 632 Mills Bldg., San Francisco, Calif.
Treasurer, W. D. Lux, vice-president Crocker First National Bank, San
Francisco.
CANADIAN BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President, Jackson Dodds, general manager. Bank of Montreal, Montreal.
Vice-President, S. H. Logan, general manager The Canadian Bank of Com­
merce, Toronto.
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Vice-President, M. W. Wilson, general manager The Royal Bank of Canada,
Montreal.
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Vice-President, H. B. Henwood, general manager The Bank of Toronto,
Toronto.
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Vice-President, Dudley Dawson, general manager, The Dominion Bank,
Toronto.
Secretary-Treasurer, Henry T. Ross, Royal Trust Bldg., Montreal.
COLORADO BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President, J. Hayes Davis, vice-president First National Bank, Colorado
Springs.
First Vice-President, Melvin Springer, president Colorado Bank & Trust
Co., Delta.
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Second Vice-President, Claude L. Stout, executive vice-president Poudre
Valley National Bank, Fort Collins.
Secretary-Treasurer, L. F. Scarboro, publisher Mountain States Banker,
Denver.
CONNECTICUT BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President, Clarence E. Thompson, president Stamford Trust Co., Stamford.
Vice-President, E. M. Gaillard, vice-president Union & New Haven Trust
Co., New Haven.
Vice-President, Allen W. Holmes, president Middletown National Bank &
Trust Co., Middletown.
First Vice-President, James W. Knox, president First National Bank,
Hartford.
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Secretary, Charles E. Hoyt, secretary and treasurer South Norwalk Trust
Company, South Norwalk.
Treasurer, Walter E. Goddard, treasurer The Stratford Trust Co., Stratford.
Asst. Secretary, G. Harold Welch, trust officer New Haven Bank, N. B. A.,
New Haven.
DELAWARE BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President, Caleb M. Sheward, vice-president Wilmington Trust Co., Wilm­
ington.
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Vice-President, Joseph L. Cahall, vice-president. Farmers Bank, George­
town.
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Secretary and Treasurer, Warren K. Ayres, assistant treasurer Wilmington
Trust Company, Wilmington.
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President, Frederick P. H. Siddons, secretary American Security & Trust
Co., Washington.
First Vice-President, Charles H. Doing, vice-president Washington Loan
& Trust Co., Washington.
Second Vice-President, Karl W. Corby, partner, W. B. Hibbs & Co., Wash­
ington.
Secretary, Thomas J. Groom, vice-president and cashier. Bank of Commerce
& Savings, Washington.
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Treasurer, Albert S. Gatley, executive vice-president, Lincoln National Bank,
Washington.
FLORIDA BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President, W. A. Redding, vice-president Florida National Bank, JacksonVice-President, Willard Hamilton, president, Florida Bank at Orlando,
Orlando, Fla.
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Secretary and Treasurer, W. O. Boozer, vice-president and trust officer,
Atlantic National Bank. Jacksonville.
GEORGIA BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President, J. Truman Holland, president Commercial Bank, Thomasville.
Vice-President, H. Grady Langford, cashier Bank of Meansville, Meansville.
Secretary, Havnes McFadden, 1204 Atlanta National Bldg.. Atlanta.
Treasurer, Freeman Strickland, assistant vice-president First National Bank,
Atlanta.
General Counsel, Orville A. Park, Macon.
COUNTRY BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION OF GEORGIA
President, S. O. Fielder, president Bank of Villa Rica, Villa Rica.
First Vice-President, K. P. Baker, cashier Citizens Bank, Ashburn.
Second Vice-President, G. C. Montgomery, cashier Brand Banking Co.,
Lawrenceville.
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Secretary and Treasurer, Fritz R. Jones, 406 Ten Forsyth St. Bldg., Atlanta.
General Counsel, Alex. W. Smith, Jr., Grant Building, Atlanta.


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IDAHO BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
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President, D. F. Richards, president American National Bank, Idaho Falls.
Vice-President, C. E. Alison, vice-president American Trust Co., Coeur
d’Alene.
Secretary. E. W. Porter, Boise.
Treasurer, R. B. Kading, vice-president and assistant manager Fust Security
Bank, Boise.
ILLINOIS BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President, H. A. Brinkman, Harris Trust & Savings Bank, Chicago.
Vice-President, S. Nirdlinger, executive vice-president First Galesburg
National Bank & Trust Co., Galesburg.
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Executive Vice-President, M. A. Graettinger, 33 N. La Salle, Illinois Bankers
Association, Chicago.
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Secretary, O. S. Jennings, 33 N. La Salle. Illinois Bankers Association,
Treasurer^. B. Appleton, Litchfield Bank & Trust Co., Litchfield.
INDIANA BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President. M. J. Kreisle. cashier Tell City National Bank. Tell City.
Vice-President, B. D. Mitchell, president Union Bank & Trust Co., Kokomo.
Secretary, Don E. Warrick, 1308 Circle Tower, Indianapolis.
Treasurer, William P. Flynn, vice-president Indiana National Bank, Indian-.
apolis. IOWA BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President, Frank C. Welch, president Peoples Savings Bank, Cedar Rapids.
Vice-President. C. A. Diehl, vice-president Iowa Des Moines National Bank
& Trust Co., Des Moines.
Secretary, Frank Warner, 430 Liberty Bldg., Des Moines.
Treasurer, M. Von Schrader, cashier Union Bank & Trust Co., Ottumwa.
KANSAS BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President M.L. Breidenthal, president Security National Bank, Kansas C ity;
Vice-President, II. A. Bryant, president Parsons Commercial Bank, Parsons.
Executive Vice-President, W. W. Bowman, Topeka.
Secretary, Fred M. Bowman, Suite 624 National Bank of Topeka Bldg.
Assistant Secretary, Eleanor J. Woodburn, Topeka.
Treasurer, E. V. Wood, cashier Citizens National Bank, Emporia.
KENTUCKY BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
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President, Larry D. Jones, cashier State National Bank, Frankfort, Ky.'
Secretary, Harry G. Smith, 306 McDowell Bldg., Louisville, Ky.
Treasurer, Frank I. Dugan, president Security Bank, Louisville, Ky.
LOUISIANA BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President, E. E. Soulier, vice-president First National Bank, Lafayette.
Vice-President, W. B. Gladney, vice-president Bastrop Bank & Trust Co.,
Secretary™!?! R. Broussard, vice-president Bank of Abbeville & Trust Co.,
Abbeville.
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Treasurer, N. L. Hower, president Franklin State Bank & Trust Co., Winnsboro.
MAINE BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President, G. J. Wallingford, treasurer Lewiston Trust Co., Lewiston.
Vice-President, P. I. Milliken, vice-president and cashier Canal National
Bank, Portland.
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Vice-President, R. W. Davis, president Guilford Trust Co., Guilford.
Secretary, G. Harrison Kennard, Rumford.
Treasurer Geo. C. Fernald. Augusta.
MARYLAND BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President, Tasker G. Lowndes, president Second National Bank, CumberVice-President, James W. McElroy, vice-president First National Bank,
Baltimore.
Secretary, Matthias F. Reese, Federal Reserve Bank Bldg., Baltimore.
Treasurer, Eugene G. Grady, vice-president Western National Bank, BaltiI110,< MASSACHUSETTS BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President, John C. Makepeace, president Hyannis Trust Co., Hyannis.
Vice-President, John W. Smead, president First National Bank & Trust Co.,
Greenfield.
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Executive Secretary, Matthew Cushing, 80 Federal St., Boston.
Treasurer, David E. Hersee, vice-president State Street Trust Co., Boston
MICHIGAN BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President, Herman C. Wagner, executive vice-president The HackleyUnion National Bank, Muskegon.
First Vice-President, James E. Davidson, president Peoples Commercial
and Savings Bank, Bay City.
Second Vice-President, E. L. Pearce, vice-president Union National Bank.
Marquette.
Executive Manager, Ray O. Brundage, 1812 Olds Tower, Lansing.
Treasurer, Lynn T. Miller, cashier Commercial National Bank, Ithaca.
General Counsel. William B. Cudlip.3000 Union Guardian Bldg., Detroit.
MINNESOTA BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President, D. J. Fouquette, president St. Cloud State Bank, St. Cloud.
Vice-President, Wm. N. Johnson, vice-president Northwestern National
Bank, Minneapolis.
Secretary, Wm. Duncan, Jr., 740 Rand Tower, Minneapolis.
Treasurer, Oluf Gandrud, president Swift County Bank, Benson.
MISSISSIPPI BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President, H. H, Chambliss, trust officer Commercial National Bank & Trust
Co., Laurel.
Vice-President and Chairman Executive Committee, B. J. Carter, Jr.,
president Merchants & Farmers Bank, Meridian.
Secretary. George B. Power, Box 37, Jackson.
Assistant Secretary, O. H. Swayze, Jackson.
Treasurer, M. D. Brett, trust officer Citizens Bank & Trust Co., Marks.
MISSOURI BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President, W. W. Alexander, secretary Trenton Trust Co., Trenton.
Vice-President, C. W. Allendoefer, executive vice-president First National
Bank, Kansas City.
Secretary, W. F. Keyser, Sedalia.
Treasurer, F. Lee Major, vice-president Boatmen’s National Bank, St. Louis.;.
Assistant Secretary, E. P. Neef, Sedalia.
MONTANA BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President, R. W. Place, cashier Metals Bank & Trust Co.. Butte.
Vice-President, J. M. Dietrich, cashier Deer Lodge Bank & Trust Co.,.
Deer Lodge.
Secretary-Treasurer, E. W. Walker, Helena.
NEBRASKA BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President, E. E. Placek, president, First National Bank, Wahoo.
Chairman Executive Council, W. S. Rodman, chairman of the Board Am­
erican National Bank of Kimball.
Secretary, William B. Hughes, 420 Farnam Bldg., Omaha.
Treasurer, A. L. Goad, vice-president Packers National Bank, Omaha.
NEVADA BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President, W. H. Wennhold, cashier Farmers Bank of Carson Valley,
Minden.
Vice-President, Ed. W. Clark, president First State Bank, Las Vegas.
Secretary, L. S. Reese, cashier First National Bank, Reno.
Treasurer. J. E. Beaupert. Deputy State Bank Examiner in charge of Lyon
County Bank and Mason Valley Bank (both closed), Yerington, Nev.
NEW HAMPSHIRE BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President, Harry L. Alexander, cashier Mechanics National Bank, Concord.
Secretary, Harry L. Additon, president Merchants National Bank, ManTreasurer, H. E. Trentini, cashier Souhegan National Bank, Milford.
NEW JERSEY BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President, Julius S. Rippel, chairman of board Merchants & Newark Trust
Co., Newark.
Vice-President, L. G. McDouall, trust officer Fidelity Union Trust
Company, Newark.
Treasurer, Garret A. Denise, president Central National Bank, freehold.
Secretary, Armitt H. Coate, Moorestown.

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BANKERS ASSOCIATIONS, 1934—Continued
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. ^NBW MEXICO BANKERS' ASSOCIATION
President, Floyd Childress, auditor First National Bank, Roswell.
Vice-President, S. A. Jones, president Citizens Bank, Clovis.
Secretary, Mrs. Margaret Barnes, Albuquerque
Treasurer, A. E. Huntsinger, cashier Citizens State Bank, Vaughn.
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NEW TORK STATE BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President. William L. Gillespie, president National Commercial Bank &
Trust Co., Albany.
Vice-President, S. Sloan Colt, president Bankers Trust Co.. New York.
Secretary, Clifford F. Post, 33 Liberty St., New York.
Treasurer, R. G. Hannahs, president Watertown National Bank, Watertown.
Executive Manager, W. Gordon Brown, 33 Liberty St., New York.
SAVINGS BANKS ASSOCIATION OP THE STATE OF
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NEW TORK
President Henry R. Kinsey, vice-president Williamsburgh Savings Bank,
Brooklyn.
First Vice—President, William L. De Bost, president Union Dime Savings
Bank, New York City.
Second Vice-President, William R. Bayes, president Kings Highway Savings
Bank, Brooklyn.
Third Vice-President, John A. Edwards, secretary Niagara County Savings
Bank, Niagara Falls.
Fourth Vice-President, Albert I. Morton, president Fulton Savings Bank,
Fulton, N. Y.
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Vice-President, Mills Ten Eyck, vice-president Schenectady Savings
druk, Dcnenectaay.
General Secretary, Paul W. Albright, 110 E. 42d St.. New York City.
Treasurer, William M. Campbell, president American Savings Bank. New
York City.
NORTH CAROLINA BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President, Millard F. Jones, vice-president Planters National Bank & Trust
Co., Rocky Mount.
Vice-President, C. T. Leinbach, vice-president Wachovia Bank & Trust
Co.. Winston-Salem.
Vice-President, M. E. Hogan, cashier Bank of Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill.
Vice-President, R. E. Kerr, assistant vice-president American Trust Co.,
Charlotte.
Secretary. Paul P. Brown, Raleigh.
Treasurer. B. R. Roberts, vice-president Durham Loan & Trust Co.,
Durham.
General Counsel, Willis Smitn, Raleigh.
NORTH DAKOTA BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President, F. D. McCartney, vice-president First National Bank. Oakes.
N. D.
Vice-President, Guy Cook, cashier Foster County State Bank, Carrington.
Secretary, C. C. Wattam. 55
Broadway, Fargo.
Treasurer, W. E. Tooley, cashier First National Bank, Minot.

RHODE ISLAND BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President, Charles C. Marshall, president Peoples Savings Bank in
Providence, Providence.
Vice-president, George H. Huddy, Jr., 1st vice-president Industrial Trust
Co., Providence.
Secretary, Robert W. Upham. treasurer and assistant secretary Peoples
Savings Bank in Providence, Providence.
Treasurer, Shirley Harrington, cashier Mechanics National Bank. Provi­
dence.
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SOUTH CAROLINA BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President, Thos. J. Robertson, president First National Bank, Columbia.
Vice-President, N. M. Edwards, executive vice-president South Carolina
National Bank, Columbia.
Aeting Secretary and Treasurer, J. C. Goodwin, Columbia, S. C.
Attorney, Geo. L. Dial, Jr., member firm of Herbert & Dial, Columbia.
SOUTH DAKOTA BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
Acting President and Vice-President, L. M. Larsen, cashier Jerauld Co.
Bank, Wessington Springs.
Executive Manager and Treasurer, George A. Starring, 280 Dakota Ave.
S.. Huron. S. Dak.
TENNESSEE BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President, R. C. Smith, cashier Second National Bank, Jackson.
Vice-President, Thos. R. Keys, president Erwin National Bank, Erwin
Vice-President, C. A. Hammond, cashier Citizens Bank, Hartsville, Tenn
Vice-President. John A. McCall, cashier First National Bank, Lexington.
Secretary and Treasurer, H. Grady Huddleston, 812 American Trust Bldg
Nashville.
General Counsel, Wm. P. Cooper, 1211 Nashville Trust Bldg., Nashville.
TEXAS BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President, Sam R. Greer, president Peoples National Bank, Tyler.
Secretary, W. A. Philpott, Jr.. Dallas.
Treasurer, A. B. Childs, cashier Morris County National Bank, Naples.
UTAH BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President, Chas. L. Smith, president First National Bank, Salt Lake City.
First Vice-President, A. W. McKinnon, president Carbon Emery Bank
Price.
Second Vice-President, F. M. Mickelsen, cashier Utah Savings & Trust Co
Salt Lake City.
Secretary and Treasurer, H. B. Crandall, vice-president First State Bank
Salina.
VERMONT BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President, Luther R. Graves, 2nd, president First National Bank, Benning­
ton, Vt.
B
Vice-President, Walter M. Sargent, treasurer Union Savings Bank & Trust
Co., Morrisviile.
Secretary, Clark E. Brigham, vice-president Merchants National Bank
Burlington.
Treasurer, R. A. Bean, treasurer Central Savings Bank & Trust Co., Orleans.
VIRGINIA BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President, Carroll Pierce, president and trust officer Citizens National Bank
Alexandria.
Vice-President, J. Sinclair Brown, president The Farmers National Bank
Salem.
Secretary. C. W. Beerbower, assistant cashier First National Exchange Bank
Roanoke.
Assistant Secretary, Miss Lillian Kendall, First & Merchants National
Bank, Richmond.
Treasurer, Thomas D. Neal. Scott Sc Stringfellow, Richmond.
Attorney, J. Randolph Tucker, Tucker, Bronson, Satterfield & Mays
Richmond.
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WASHINGTON BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President, N. A. Davis, vice-president Baker-Boyer National Bank Walla
Walla.
Vice-President, W. M. Jenkins, vice-president Everett Trust & Savings
Bank, Everett.
Secretary, J. W. Brislawn, 1416 Alaska Bldg., Seattle.
Treasurer, L. R. Rightmire, vice-president Yakima First National Bank
Yakima.
WEST VIRGINIA BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President, J. A. Sydenstricker. cashier First National Bank. Marllnton.
Vice-President, J. L. Fish, president First Tyler Bank & Trust Co., Sistervil|e.
Secretary, Homer Gebhardt, vice-president and trust officer First Hunting*
ton National Bank, Huntington, W. Va.
Treasurer, R. M. French, cashier Bank of Raleigh, Buckley.
WISCONSIN BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President, H. G. Diekelmann, cashier Horicon State Bank, Horicon.
Vice-President, J. J. Brooks, assistant vice-president First Wisconsin
National Bank, Milwaukee.
Secretary, Wall G. Coapman, 534 Caswell Block, Milwaukee.
Treasurer, H. J. Koch, assistant cashier, First National Bank. Columbus
WYOMING BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President, H. R. Weston, cashier Jackson State Bank, Jackson.
Vice-President, John A. Guthrie, president First National Bank, Laramie
Secretary, Kathleen Snyder. Casper.
Treasurer, R. W. Allen, cashier Shoshone National Bank, Cody.

OHIO BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President, B. S. Wellman, vice-president Huntington National Bank,
Columbus.
Vice-president, J. H. McCoy, president Peoples Banking & Trust Co.,
Secretary, David M. Auch, 923 Huntington Bank Bldg., Columbus.
Chairman of Council, J. H. Warndorf, cashier Citizens Savings Bank &
Trust Co., Hamilton.
Treasurer, Russell H. Tompert, president Winters National Bank & Trust
Co., Dayton.
OKLAHOMA BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President, S. A. Bryant, president Farmers National Bank, Cushing.
Vice-President, J. J. Harnre, president Farmers & Merchants Bank, Arnett.
Secretary, Eugene P. Gum, 907 Colcord Bldg., Oklahoma City.
Assistant Secretary, Gertrude Corbitt, 907 Colcord Bldg., Oklahoma City.
'Treasurer, J. J. Kirkpatrick, vice-president Fidelity National Bank, Okla­
homa City.
OREGON BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President, Frederick Greenwood, assistant manager The Bank of California
N. A., Portland.
Vice-President, Eugene Courtney, manager The Dalles Branch, First
National Bank of Portland. The Dalles, Ore.
'Treasurer, D. W. Eyre, manager Salem Branch U. S. National Bank of
Portland, Salem.
Secretary, T. P. Cramer, Jr., 617 Lumbermens Bldg., Portland.
PENNSYLVANIA BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President, Edgar A. Jones, vice-president Scranton-Lackawanna Trust Co.
Scranton.
Vice-President, Frank F. Brooks, president First National Bank, Pittsburgh
Secretary, C. F. Zimmerman, president First National Bank, Huntingdon.
Treasurer, Robt. M. Rutherford, president Steelton Bank & Trust Co
Steelton.

ADDITIONAL BANKERS’ ASSOCIATIONS

THE

ASSOCIATION

OF

RESERVE

105 West Monroe St., Chicago
Officers
J*resident, Lyman E. Wakefield, president First National Bank & Trust Co.
Minneapolis.
Vice-President, Laurence B. Robbins, vice-president Northern Trust Co.
Chicago.
Treasurer, Clifford L. Lyall, vice-president State Street Trust Co.. Boston.
Secretary. Joseph J. Schroeder, 105 W. Monroe St., Chicago.

CITY BANKERS

Board of Directors
John H. Hogan (1935), Ex-Officio, vice-president Continental Illinois
National Bank & Trust Co., Chicago.
R. E. Hanson (1935), vice-president Pennsylvania Co., Philadelphia.
T. E. Ivey, Jr. (1935) vice-president California Bank, Los Angeles.
J. S. Kennedy (1935) vice-president First National Bank, Atlanta.
Joseph C. Williams (1935) vice-president Commerce Trust Co Kansas
City, Mo.
Ray Harrison (1936), vice-president Mellon National Bank, Pittsburgh.
Julien H. Hill (1936), president State-Planters Bank & Trust Co., Richmond
Challen R. Parker (1936), vice-president Guaranty Trust Co., N. Y
F. Howard Russ, Jr. (1936), vice-president Cleveland Trust Co., Cleveland.

FINANCIAL ADVERTISERS ASSOCIATION
CENTRAL OFFICE, 231 So. La Salle Street, Chicago
Executive Secretary, PRESTON E. REED

OFFICERS

DIRECTORS

President---

9- DELANO AMES, Maryland Trust Co., Baltimore
LEOPOLD A. CHAMBLISS, Fidelity Union Trust Co., Newark. N. J,
RALPH M. EASTMAN, State Street Trust Co., Boston
ALBERT E. FELSTED, First National Bank, St. Paul
®TEPHEN H. FIFIELD, Barnett National Bank, Jacksonville, Fla.
MRS. BEATRICE E. KEMPFF, Fidelity-Philadelphia Trust Co., Phila­
delphia
JACOB KUSHNER, United State* Trust Co., Paterson. N. J.
W. G. MURRAH, First National Bank, Atlanta.
W. H. NEAL, Wachovia Bank & Trust Co., Winston-Salem, N C
HARVE H. PAGE, The Northern Trust Co.. Chicago.
W. G. RABE, Manufacturers Trust Co., New York.
W. M. SHERRILL, First National Co., St. Louis.
Huron Sc Erie Mortgage Corp.. London. Canada
RAYMOND I. TENNANT. California Bank, Los Angeles.
JOHN E. WRIGHT, Fidelity Trust Co., Pittsburgh.

ALVA G. MAX WELL, Vice-President Citizens & Southern National Bank
Atlanta
FrusT Vice-President—

I. I. SPERLING, Vice-President The Cleveland Trust Co., Cleveland
Second Vice-President—

J. MILLS EASTON, The Northern Trust Co., Chicago.
Third Vice-President—

ROBERT W. SPARKS, Bowery Savings Bank, New York.
Treasurer—

FRED W. MATHISON, National Security Bank, Chicago.


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Prefix Numbers

CITIES
1 New York. N.Y.
2 Chicago, Ill.
3 Philadelphia.Pa.
4 St. Louis. Mo.
5 Boston, Mass.
6 Cleveland. Ohio
7 Baltimore, Md.
8 Pittsburgh,Pa.
9 Detroit, Mich.
10 Buffalo, N. Y.
11 San Francisco,
Cal.
12 Milwaukee, Wis.
13 Cincinnati. Ohio
14 New Orleans,La.
15 Washington,
D. C.
16 Los Angeles,
Cal.
17 Minneapolis,
Minn.
18 Kansas City,
Mo.
19 Seattle, Wash.
20 Indianapolis,
Ind.
21 Louisville, Ky.
22 St. Paul. Minn,
23 Denver. Colo.
24 Portland, Ore..
25 Columbus, Ohio
26 Memphis, Tenn.
27 Omaha, Neb.
28 Spokane, Wash.
29 Albany. N. Y.
30 San Antonio,
Tex.
31 Salt Lake City,
Utah
32 Dallas, Tex.
33 Des Moines, la.
34 Tacoma, Wash.
35 Houston, Tex.
36 St. Joseph. Mo.
37 Ft. AVorth. Tex.
38 Savannah, Ga.
39 Oklahoma City,
Okla.
40 Wichita, Kan.
41 Sioux City, la.
42 Pueblo. Colo.
43 Lincoln, Neb.
44 Topeka. Kan.
45 Dubuque. Ia.
46 Galveston, Tex.
47 Cedar Rapids.
Ia.
48 Waco. Tex.
49 Muskogee, Okla.

STATES
50 New York
51 Connecticut
52 Maine
53 Massachusetts
54 New Hampshire
55 New Jersey
56 Ohio
57 Rhode Island
58 Vermont
59 .............................
60 Pennsylvania
61 Alabama
62 Delaware
63 Florida
64 Georgia
65 Maryland
66 North Carolina
67 South Carolina
68 Virginia
69 West Virginia
70 Illinois
71 Indiana
72 Iowa
73 Kentucky
74 Michigan
75 Minnesota
76 Nebraska
77 North Dakota
78 South Dakota
79 Wisconsin
80 Missouri
81 Arkansas
82 Colorado
83. Kansas
84 Louisiana
85 Mississippi
86 Oklahoma
87 Tennessee
88 Texas
89 .............................
90 California
91 Arizona
92 Idaho
93 Montana
94 Nevada
95 New Mexico
96 Oregon
97 Utah
98 Washington
99 Wyoming


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COMPTROLLER’S CALLS
TO THE NATIONAL BANKS
FROM 1888, TO DATE
YEAR

1888
1889
1890
1891
1892
1893
1894
1895
1896
1897
1898
1899
1900
1901
1902
1903
1904
1905
1906
1907
1908
1909
1910
1911
1912
1913
1914*
1915*
1916*
1917*
1918*
1919*
1920*
1921
1922
1923
1924
1925
1926
1927
1928
1929
1930
1931
1932
1933
1934

JAN.

FEB.
T
14 69
T
26 76
F
28 79
M
26 69

MAR.

APR.
M
30 76

T
1 90
M
6 87
W
28 71

r

T
5 76

r

F
28 77
T
9 82
F
18
S
4
T
13
T
5
T
25
F
6
F
22
W
11
M
29
S
26

65
W
5
Th
26
W
24
W
30
Th
9

65
73
54
77
73

62

F
6

81

72
78
74
62

67

F
22 55

75
F
14 73
F
5 70

W
28 82
T
29 57
T
7 59

M
31 76
S
7 58

Th
18 58
F
4 59

T
20 77
T
4 70
W
4
Th
4
T
7
M
5
M
4
T
4

T
13 84

♦Six calls made.

60

M
28 66
T
14 62

66

50
63
67
68
63
63

S
28 59
M
21 54

Th
28 66
F
10 69
T
3 95
M
31 91
M
6 96
M
12 102
W
23 82

T
28 59
W
27 86
T
27 86
W
25 84

M
5

65

JUNE JULY AUG.
S
30 61
M
F
12 60
13 76
F
S
18 62
17 78
M
Th
9 66
4 67
T
T
17 77
12 56
W
Th
4 59
12 69
F
W
4 65
18 75
Ih
7 63
II 65
Th
14 68
7 69
F
F
14 66
23 70
Th
Th
5 76
14 70
F
30 86
F
29 64
M
15 82
W
16 77
T
9 61
Th
9 73
M
F
29 76
25 88
M
18 73
M
Th
20 59
22 94
W
Th
15 62
14 90
W
23 56
Th
30 93
W
7 92
F
14 57
W
S
4 61
9 66
T
30 118
S
W
1 58 23 53
M
F
1 55 30 60
T
W
1 57 20 50
F
S
S
10 67 29 50
31 63
M
M
12 69 30 49
T
W
4 66 30 57
Th
30 63
F
F
5 56
30 56
S
30 88
M
30 91
T
30 85
W
30 79
Th
30 99
S
30 123
S
29 94
M
30 95
T
30 97
Th
30 182
F
30 181
S
30 117
MAY

SEP.

OCT.
Th
4 96

NOV.

M
30 80
Th
2 76
F
25 78
F
30 80
T
3 83
T
2 76
S
28 79

T
20
Th
7
W
5
M
30
M
15
W
9
T
6

T
6

84

5

74

68
69
68
77
T
25
T
17
Th
10
Th
9
M
12

61
92
89

T
4 78

Oates and number of Calls
made on res pective dates
DATES

7
8

9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31

*

76
69
T
3 103

W
23
W
1
Th
1
F
1
W
4

70
62

T
5 95

86
T
26 83

82

S
12 74
Th
2 71
T
12 74
T
11 83
F
12
W
8
T
6
F
15
F
14

F
27 65
T
16 76
Th
10 70

70

T
21 73
S
31 49
W
10
F
17
T
20
F
1
M
17
M
15

74
70

69
66
70
62
66
68

68
77
76
F
10 102

M
28 90
M
10 102
W
3
95
F
4 97
W
24 86
T
29 91
F
30 92
W
25 117

Th
31 61
F
31 51
W
27 40
M
31 41
T
31 60
W
31 44
W
29 44
S
31 116
F
29 105
M
31 108
W
31 82
Th
31 94
F
31 184
S
31 82
M
31 89
T
31 88
W
31 98
Th
31 93
S
31 92
S
30 66

9
5
4
16
11
7
7
1
9

6

69
65

CALLS

1
2
3
4
5

71

8

4
10
5
9
6
2
6

5
3
5
2

3
5
2
6

5
4
10
9
27
20

225
35
52
41
32
43
22

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Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday

Total, 225

( First Figures In Square denote day of month call was made.
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W
12 69
W
11 72
F
19 78
W
2 68
F
9 70
T
19 77
W
19 78
F
13 76
Th
17 72
W
15 71
Th
1 72
S
2 86
Th
13 99
T
10 71

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INVESTMENT BANKERS ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA
Office of the Association, 33 South Clark Street, Chicago

BOARD OF GOVERNORS
1934
PRESIDENT

GEORGE W. BOVENIZER.... Kuhn, Loeb & Co................................................................................................................ ............................................. New Yoi

EXECUTIVE VICE-PRESIDENT
ALDEN H. LITTLE.....................33 South Clark Street.......................................................................................................................................................Chicago

VICE-PRESIDENTS

, Chicago
Philadelphia
Los Angeles
Detroit

ROBERT A. GARDNER........... Mitchell. Hutchins & Co......................................................................
EDWARD HOPKINSON, JR...Drexel & Co.............................................................................................
DONALD O’MELVENY............. Union Bank & Trust Co......................................................................
HENRY HART................................First of Michigan Corporation..........................................................

SECRETARY

O. LONGFORD FELSKK............ 33 South Clark Street...................................................................................................................................................Chicago

TREASURER

CLOUD WAMPLER..................... Lawrence Stem and Company......................................................................................................................................Chicago

GOVERNORS

.New York.
.New York.
.New York
New York
New York
.New York.
. Chicago
. Chicago.
. Chicago
. Philadelphia
. Detroit
. Los Angeles.
.Montreal.
.Cleveland.
.St. Louis
.St. Louis.
. Baltimore
. Baltimore
.Boston
. Boston
. Pittsburgh
.San Francisco
.San Francisco
.Milwaukee
. Minneapolis
.New Orleans
. Cincinnati
Kansas City
. Seattle
. Seattle
.Denver

J. AUGUSTUS BARNARD... .Dominick & Dominick......................................................................................
F. SEYMOUR BARR...................Barr Brothers & Co., Inc..................................................................................
RALPH T. CRANE........................Brown Brothers, Harriman & Co.................................................................
PIERPONT V. DAVIS................ City Company of New York, Inc................................................................
E. FLEETWOOD DUNSTAN . Bankers Trust Company................................................................................
FRANK L. SOHEFFEY..............Callaway, Fish & Co.........................................................................................
WILLIAM T. BACON................. Bacon, Whipple & Co........................................................................................
T. J. BRYCE.................................... Continental Illinois National Bank & Trust Co.....................................
FRANK M. GORDON................ First National Bank of Chicago...................................................................
SYDNEY P. CLARK................... E. W. Clark & Co..............................................................................................
CHARLES B. CROUSE.............. Crouse & Company............................................................................................
FRANCIS MOULTON................. R. H. Moulton & Company..........................................................................
E. GERALD HANSON................Hanson Bros., Inc...............................................................................................
DANIEL W. MYERS.................. Hayden. Miller & Company..........................................................................
JOHN R. LONGMIRE................ I. M. Simon & Co...............................................................................................
HARRY F. STIX........................... Stix & Co...............................................................................................................
JOHN C. LEGG, JR..................... Mackubin, Legg & Co......................................................................................
T. STOCKTON MATTHEWS .Robert Garrett & Sons....................................................................................
ALBERT P. EVERTS..................Paine, Webber & Company...........................................................................
ORRIN G. WOOD......................... Estabrook & Co..................................................................................................
JOSEPH M. SCRIBNER............Singer, Deane & Scribner, Inc.......................................................................
WILLIAM CAVALIER................ Wm. Cavalier & Co...........................................................................................
ROY L. SHURTLEFF................ Blyth & Co., Inc..................................................................................................
ROBERT N. WILLIAMS........... Edgar, Ricker & Co...........................................................................................
W. HUBERT KENNEDY......... Wells-Dickey Co.................................................................................................
CLAUDE G. RIVES. JR.............Whitney National Bank of New Orleans.................................................
MARION H. WOODY................. Walter, Woody & Heimerdinger...................................................................
SIGMUND STERN....................... Stern Brothers* Company............................................................................
HOMER L. BOYD.........................Marine National Company............................................................................
GEORGE P. HARDGROVE.. .Ferris & Hardgrove..........................................................................................
CHARLES B. ENGLE................ Engle, Adams & Company.............................................................................
APPOINTED OFFICERS AND COUNSEL

OFFICE COUNSEL

EDUCATIONAL DIRECTOR

THEODORE S. CHAPMAN, 111 West Monro# St.. Chicago

SAMUEL O. RICE, 33 South Clark St„ Chicago

FIELD SECRETARY

COMMITTEE COUNSEL

ARTHUR G. DAVIS. 33 South Clark St„ Chicago

PAUL V. KEYSER, 1010 Vermont Ave., Washington

ASSISTANT SECRETARIES

OFFICIAL REPORTER

MARY R. LINCOLN, 33 South Clark St., Chicago
EMILY L. BLACK, 33 South Clark St.. Chicago

GEORGE J. DROBNIS. 89 W. Washington St.. Chicago

ROBERT MORRIS ASSOCIATES
A National Association of Financial Credit Men
Office of Secretary, Lansdowne, Pa.

OFFICERS
Second Vice-President—
RAY M. GIDNEY, Federal Reserve Bank, New York
Secretary-Treasurer—
ALEXANDER WALL. Lansdowne. Pa.

President—
CHESTER A. RUDE. 8ecurity-Fin»t National Bank, Los Angeles, Calif.
First Vice-President—
_
EDWARD M. TOURTELOT, First National Bank. Chicago. Ill.

DIRECTORS
ARTHUR S. BOEGE, Bank of Nerw York & Trust Co.. New York, N. ,Y.
CARL^W^FENNINGER, Provident Trust Co., Philadelphia, Pa. (1936)
JOSEPH C. LIPMAN, Union Bank & Trust Co., Los Angeles, Calif. (1936)
G. FINLEY McRAE, Merchants National Bank, Mobile, Ala. (1936) jk'A
R. R. RIDGE, Omaha National Bank, Omaha, Nebr. (1936)

ARTHUR B. ETSENHOWER. Commerce Trust Co.. Kansas City (1935)
ELLIOT J. GIFFORD. First National Bank. 8t. Paul. Minn. (1935)
RAYMOND F. LEINEN, Lincoln-Alliance Bank & Trust Co., Rochester.
(1935)
HARVEY L. WELCH. First National Bank. St. Louis (1935)
GKO. J. KERN, Crocker First National Bank, San Francisco (1935)

MORRIS PLAN BANKERS ASSOCIATION
ROBERT O. BONNELL, Baltimore, Md.
First Vice-President—
WALLACE D. McLEAN, New York, N. Y.
Robert O. Bonnell, Chairman. Baltimore, Md.
A C. Armstrong, Duluth, Minn.
J. Rodney Ball, Lawrence, Mass.
Howard E. Gladding, Providence, R. I.
Robert O. Bonnell, Chairman, Baltimore, Md.
A. C. Armstrong, Duluth, Minn.
J. Rodney Ball, Lawrence, Mass.
Thomas C. Boushall, Richmond, Va.
Vincent R. Brice, Miami, Fla.
H. Ellsworth Brown, Bridgeport, Conn.
Charles H. Bryant, Des Moines, Iowa
Bertram Chesterman, Washington, D. C.
George M. Clark, Chattanooga, Tenn.
F. A. Collman, San Francisco. Calif.
B. M. Gessel, Tulsa, Okla.
Howard E. Gladding, Providence, R. 1.
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OFFICERS
Second Vice-President—
A. C. ARMSTRONG, Duluth, Minn.
8°JOSISPHE?8BIRNIE, 15 E. Fayette St., Baltimore, Md.
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
Wallace D. McLean, New York, N. Y.
Ralph W. Pitman, Philadelphia, Pa.
M. S. Richardson, Akron, Ohio
Harry E. Small, Cleveland, Ohio
BOARD OF GOVERNORS
Herbert F. Koch, Cincinnati, Ohio
Wallace D. McLean, New York, N. Y.
Arthur J. Morris, New York, N. Y.
Ralph W. Pitman, Philadelphia, Pa.
Frank L. Rawson, Portland, Me.
M. S. Richardson, Akron, Ohio
Frank M. Ross, Wilmington, N. C.
Russell C. Sayre, Springfield, Mass.
J. J. Sinnott, Utica, N. Y.
Harry E. Small, Cleveland, Ohio
Jesse F. Strong, Louisville, Ky.
George C. Toel, St. Joseph, Mo.
Luther H. Tucker, Albany, N. Y.
F. Earl Wallace, Boston, Mass.

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MORTGAGE BANKERS ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA
Offices of Secretary, 111 W. Washington St., Chicago
George H. Patterson, Secretary-Treasurer

OFFICERS
President, W. Walter Williams, Continental, Inc., Seattle, Wash.
Immediate Past President, Sylvanus B. Nye, Nye Mortgagt Corporation.
Buffalo, N. Y.
Vice-Presideiht, Thomas P. Clark, The Thomas F. Clark Co., New Haven,
Conn.

Vice-President, James W. Collins, Tracy Loan & Trust Co., Salt Laki City,
Utah.
Vice-President, Frank C. Evans, Evans, DeVore & Co., CrawfordsviHe. Ind.
A^ice-President F. C. Waples, Midland Mortgage Co., Cedar Itapids Iowa-

BOARD OF GOVERNORS (1933-1934)
Reade M. Ireland, MacMaster, Ireland & Co., Portland, Ore.
L. E. Mahan, L. E. Mahan & Company, St. Louis, Mo.
Owen M. Murray, The Murray Investment Co., Dallas, Texas
A. D. Fraser, 510 Guardian Bldg.. Cleveland, Ohio.
Harry C. Peiker, Harry C. Peiker & Co., Tulsa, Okla.
O. A. Campbell, The Midland Mortgage Co., Toledo, O.
Morgan Adams, Mortgage Guarantee Company, Los Angeles, Calif.
R. G. Hamilton, Jr., R. G. Hamilton & Co., San Francisco, Calif.
H. F. Whittle, H. F. Whittle Investment Co., Minneapolis, Minn.
E. E. Murrey, Nashville Trust Company. Nashville, Tenn.
Irvin Jacobs, Irvin Jacobs & Company, Chicago, Ill.
J. J. F. Steiner. Realty Mortgage Co., Birmingham, Ala.
S. M. Waters, M. R. Waters & Sons, Inc., Minneapolis, Minn.

Richard G. Lambrecht, Lambrecht Realty Co., Detroit, Mich.
Edmund G. Chamberlain, Edwin Chamberlain & Co., San Antonio, Texas.
Hiram S. Cody, Cody Realty & Mortgage Co., Winston-Salem, N. C.
C. W. Kistler, Federal Bond & Mortgage Co,. Miami, Fla.
A. Y. Creager, A. Y. Creager Co., Sherman, Tex.
W. A. Clarke, First Mortgage Co. of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pa.
Arthur M. Hurd, Mortgage-Bond Company of New York, New York City.
Dean R. Hill, Hill Mortgage Corporation, Buffalo, New York.
G. C. Bowie, H. L. Rust Co.. Washington, D. C.
L. A. McLean, Southern Trust Co., Louisville, Ky.
Roy S. Johnson, Albright Title & Trust Co., Newkirk, Okla.
Byron T. Shutz, Herbert V. Jones & Co., Kansas City, Mo.

NATIONAL AND STATE BANKERS’ PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION
President
Chas. De B. Claiborne
Vice-President Whit ney National Bank
New Orleans, La.

Chairman Permanent Organization Committee
James S. Peters
President Bank of Manchester
Manchester, Ga.

General Secretary-Treasurer
F. B. Jones
995 Walton St., N. W.
Atlanta. Ga.

STATE BANK OFFICIALS AND EXAMINERS, 1934
State

Name

Address

State

Ala............. J. H. Williams, Supt. of Banks........................Montgomery.
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Miss Addie Lee I'arish, Deputy Supt. of
Banks....................................................................Montgomery.
W. E. Henley, Member of Banking Board.. . Birmingham.
J. B. Barnett, Member of Banking Board.. Monroeville.
F. J. Callen, Member of Banking Board. . .Clanton.
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G. II. Tatum, Member of Banking Board. . . Greenville.
L. P. Cartwright, Bank Examiner...................Athens.
G. H. Foote, Bank Examiner.......................... Birmingham.
B. S. Gay, Bank Examiner...............................Montgomery.
A. J. Smith, Bank Examiner........................... Montgomery.
W. B. Hooper, Office Assistant....................... Albertville.
Ariz............Y. C. White, Supt. of Banks............................ 107 Capitol Bldg.,
Phoenix.
Lloyd Thomas, Chief Bank Examiner......... Phoenix.
L. V. Bailey, Bank Examiner.......................... Phoenix.
J. P. Connolly, Bank Examiner.....................Phoenix.
Pearl Butler Pendleton, Acct.-Stenographer .Phoenix.
Ark.............Marion Wasson, Bank Commissioner........... Little Rock.
Rex. W. Peel, Asst. Commissioner.. ..Little Rock.
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Oliver Phillips, Asst. Commissioner in
charge of Building & Loan Associations . .Little Rock.
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B. M. Eagle, Asst. Commissioner in charge
of Blue Sky Division.......................................Little Rock.
Theo. P. Carson, State Bank Examiner . .. Little Rock.
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Albert Sims, Bank Examiner............................Little Rock.
G. H. Sexton. Bank Examiner.........................Little Rock.
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H. A. Daugherty, Bank Examiner (Closed
Banks)................................................................. Little Rock.
Fay C. Rayburn. Asst. Bank Examiner... .Little Rock.
Joe W. Chester, Bldg. & Ln. Examiner.. . . Little Rock.
M. C. Magness, Bldg. & Ln. Examiner......... Little Rock.

Address

Del..............Harold W. Horsey, State Bank Com............. State House, Doveu.
Ira Lewis, Deputy Bank Com........................ Bridgeville.
Lindale C. Fisher, Bank Examiner:.............Wilmington
Fla.............. J. M. Lee. State Comptroller ............Tallahassee.
H. J. Chance, Asst. Comptroller. . ................ Tallahassee.
Geo. O. White, Bank Report Analyst..........Tallahassee.
J. E. Perkins. State Bank Examiner............... Tallahassee.
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L. E. Fenn. State Bank Examiner................... Miami.
W. M. Waimvright, State Bank Examiner. Starke.
L. T. Galphin, Jr., Building & Loan
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Examiner.............................................................Tallahassee.
Paul B. Hale, State Bank Examiner............... De Land.
A. A. Futch. State Bank Examiner..................Leesburg.
J. C. Scarborough, State Bank Examiner. . . Quincy.
D. H. Mays, Jr., Small Loan Examiner... .Monticello.
R. E. Waterman, State Bank Examiner... .Sanford.

Calif...........F. W. Richardson, Supt. of Banks.................333 Montgomery St.
San Francisco.
E. D. Holly, Chief Deputy...............................San Francisco.
C. E. Lowell, Chief Examiner.........................San Francisco.
G. M. Ackerman, Bank Examiner................ San Francisco.
H. W. Albert, Bank Examiner........................San Francisco.
D. B. Courtney, Bank Examiner................... San Francisco.
O. E. Deskin, Bank Examiner.........................San Francisco.
Chas. J. Ledwith, Bank Examiner................San Francisco.
G. A. Macpherson, Bank Examiner..............San Francisco.
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N. C. Matthews, Bank Examiner. ................ San Francisco
Paul F. Meckes, Bank Examiner................... San Francisco.
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Wm. J. Murphy, Bank Examiner. ...... .San Francisco.
J. Perry Reynolds, Bank Examiner.............. San Francisco.
H. S. Taylor. Bank Examiner.........................San Francisco.
W. T. Werschkull, Bank Examiner...............San Francisco.
Dan S. Canny, Chief of the Division of Bond
Certification.......................................................San Francisco.
John McFaul, Chief of Southern Division..701 California State
Bldg., Los Angeles
E. D. Backus. Bank Examiner.......................
R. O. Barth, Bank Examiner.........................
S. M. Matthews, Bank Examiner................
E. E. Haupert, Bank Examiner . ...................
Harriet O. French, Secretary Sacramento
Office.............................................. Sacramento.

Ga...............R. E. Gormley. Supt. of Banks............. ..
.Atlanta.
E. B. Douglas, Asst. Supt. of Banks.............Talbotton.
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Richard Forrester, Bank Examiner.............. Montezuma.
C. L. Gruver. Bank Examiner......................... Statesboro.
O. G. Jackson, Bank Examiner.......................Decatur.
W. D. Lloyd, Bank Examiner.........................Tallapoosa.
A. L. Johnson, Secretary.................................. Decatur.
E. R. Ellis, Secretary......................................... Atlanta.
Idaho.........Ben. Diefendorf, Commissioner of Finance. State Capitol Bldg.,
Boise.
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W. T. Lambdin, Chief Clerk, Custodian of
Securities......................................... .................... Boise.
J. J. Mockler, Bank Examiner........................ Boise.
C. W. Palmer, Examiner...................................Boise.
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A. B. Wheeler, Examiner.................................. Boise.
Illinois.... Edward J. Barrett, Auditor of Public
Accounts, Main Office, State House...........Springfield.
Chicago Office: 2600 American National
Bank Bldg., 33 N. La Salle St., Chicago.
W. D. Baine, Chief Bank Examiner............. Springfield.
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A. A. Mueller, Chief Examiner, Cook Co.
Div., 2600 American National Bk. Bldg. .Chicago.
P. R. Wilkinson, Bank Examiner................ .Chicago.
J. J. Jaeger, Bank Examiner............................Chicago.
Harold M. Durst, Bank Examiner................Chicago.
Sully Gallicchio, Bank Examiner...................Chicago.
Jos. A. Jaworski, Bank Examiner..................Chicago.
Mark Waggoner, Bank Examiner..................Chicago.
H. A. Willard, Bank Examiner......................Chicago.
Lawrence A. Barrett, Bank Examiner. . . .Chicago.
Ralph E. Young, Trust Examiner............... .Chicago.
S. B. Hicks, Jr., Trust Examiner................... Springfield.
A. Ray Drennan, Bank Examiner................. Springfield.
A. J. Adams, Bank Examiner..........................Springfield.
Orth I. Dains, Bank Examiner....................... Springfield.
Bert L. Chapman, Bank Examiner................Springfield.
F. A. Adams, Bank Examiner......................... Springfield.
William W. Lucas, Bank Examiner...............Springfield.
Frank Chew, Bank Examiner.......................... Springfield.
J. E. Shearer, Bank Examiner.........................Springfield.
Henry Odenthal, Bank Examiner...................Springfield.
L. P. McAneney, Bank Examiner........ .. . . .Springfield.

Colo........... Grant McFerson, State Bank Commissioner. 125 State Office Bldg.
Denver.
Axel B. Olson, Chief Deputy Bank Com.... Denver.
John Jepson, Deputy Bank Com....................Denver.
Geo. T. Atchison, Deputy Bank Com...,. .Denver.
Walter J. Nelson. Deputy Bank Com...........Denver.
Conn.......... Walter Perry, Bank Commissioner................. New Haven.
R. Gordon Baldwin, Deputy Bank Com. . .Bristol.
Harold P. Splain, Asst. Bank Com......... .. . .New Haven.
Clarence H. Adams, Director Secur. Div.. .West Hartford.
John F. DiNonno, Bank Liquidating Agt. .New Britain.
William P. Landon, Bond Consultant......... West Hartford.
Philip H. Moriarty, Analyst and Statis’n. . Hartford.
Arthur O. Lamb, Real Estate Appraiser. . . Rocky Hill.
Alfred F. Austin, Principal Bank Exam.........Torrington.
George W. Austin, Associate Bank Exam. . . West Hartford.
Lynwood K. Elmore, Associate Bk. Exam.. .West Hartford.
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Frank E. Irving, Associate Bank Exam......... Bridgeport.
Arthur B. Shippee, Associate Bank Exam.. . East Killingly.
Reinhard J. Bardeck, Senior Bank Exam... . New Britain.


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Conn...........Douglas T. Boddie, Senior Bank Exam...........Redding.
(Cont.) Thomas J. Convery, Senior Bank Exam......... Stamford.
Stanley F. Gierymski, Senior Bank Exam.. . New Britain.
Ralph R. MacKinnel, Senior Bank Exam. . . East Haven.
Herbert F. Seward, Senior Bank Exam..........Hartford.
Harold A. Williams, Senior Bank Exam........ Middletown.
Howard E. Frisbie, Asst. Bank Exam.............East Haven.
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Gerald C. Low, Asst. Bank Exam.................... Watertown.
Alfred B. Taravella, Asst. Bank Exam...........Windsor Locks.
Pietro Diana, Junior Bank Exam.....................New Haven.
Milton T. Gaines. Junior Bank Exam............ Glastonbury.
Melvin O. Hall, Junior Bank Examiner.........New Britain.
Earle T. Jarvis, Junior Bank Exam.................Torrington.
Frank J. Murphy, Junior Bank Exam............New Haven.
William W. Prout, Junior Bank Exam........... Windsor.
Harold W. Roberts, Junior Bank Exam.........West Hartford.
E. Gorton Rogers, Junior Bank Exam............New London.
Ernest E. Savard, Junior Bank Exam............ Bristol.
Walter J. Carrigan, Junior Bank Exam... .New Haven.

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Statu

Name

State

Address

Ind ........... Department of Financial Institutions............Indianapolis.
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Commission for Financial Institutions:
Robert R. Batton, Chairman..................... Marion.
O. P. Welborn, Vice Chairman...................Indianapolis.
Harvey B. Hartsock....................................... Indianapolis.
Myron H. Gray.........................................
.Muncie.
C. M. Setser......................................................Columbus.
Department of Financial Institutions:
Richard A. McKinley, Director.................Jeffersonville.
Herman B. Wells, Bank Supervisor......... Bloomington.
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Wm. R. Dexheimer, Examiner in Charge
of Liquidations.............................................Fort Wayne.
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Morris Stults, Bank Examiner.........................Bluffton
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H. V. Miller, Bank Examiner . ....................... Franklin.
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T. G. Inwood, Bank Examiner........................Indianapolis
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J. E. Myer, Bank Examiner................ .............Hammond.
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H. R. Johnson, Bank Examiner...................... Petersburg.
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W. E. Scales, Bank Examiner....................... .Newburgh.
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G. E. Swaim. Bank Examiner..........................Hartford City.
G. B. Hines, Bank Examiner.......................... Lafayette.
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Palmer Ice, Bank Examiner............................. Fairmount.
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Milton Martin, Bank Examiner...................... Indianapolis.
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Blaine IT. Wiseman, Bank Examiner............ Corydon.
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Hal T. Kitchen, Jr., Bank Examiner............ Greensburg.
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F. M. Call, Bank Examiner..............................Indianapolis.
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,T. W. Ball, Bank Examiner...............................Marion.
O. A. Mattox, Bank Examiner.......................New Albany.
Iowa...........D. W. Bates, Supt. of Banking. ......................State House,
Des Moines.
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R. L. Bunce, Deputy Supt................................ Des Moines.
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G. S. Krouth, Director of Receiverships. . .Des Moines.
R. R. Blair, Examiner........................................Waterloo.
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L. H. Jurgemeyer, Examiner............................ Sheldon.
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Walter Light, Examiner..................................... West Liberty.
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H. R. Jackson. Examiner...................................Marshalltown.
S. T. Egertson, Examiner.................................. Estherville.
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C. D. Emmert, Examiner.................................. Red Oak.
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C. S. Johnson. Examiner....................................Des Moines.
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R. H. Murphy, Assistant Examiner.................Des Moines
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Ira J. Melaas, Assistant Examiner................... Des Moines.
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Norman Sage, Assistant Examiner................ Des Moines.

Address

Md.
(Cont.)

Mass...

Arthur Guy, Com. of Banks............................State House,Boston
L. R. W. Lei and, Deputy Com. of Banks... .Newtonville.
Charles H. Answorth, Director....................... No. Beverly.
Charles J. Bateman, Jr., Director..................Newtonville.
William B. Jensen, Director............................. Framingham,
George F. Powers, Director.............................. Arlington.
R. J. Tubbs, Director......................................... Greenwood.
Eugene Brimmer, Asst. Director.....................Malden.
Harold P. Jenks, Asst. Director......................Newton Centre.
John E. Turner, Asst. Director.......................Greenwood.
Nelson B. Davis, Chief Clerk.......................... Newton Highlands.
Charles A. Crowell, Chief Bank Exam........Salem.
George W. Barron, Senior Bank Exam........ Beverly.
Joseph R. Beetle, Senior Bank Exam........... South Braintree.
Forrest F. Burslev, Senior Bank Exam........Winchester.
Howard A. Clark, Senior Bank Exam.......... Wakefield.
William E. Day, Senior Bank Exam.. .... .Chelsea.
Ralph E. Ellis, Senior Bank Exam................ Braintree.
Arthur W. Flint, Senior Bank Exam............ Wakefield.
Charles W. Herzig, Senior Bank Exam........Roxbury.
Paul H. Heywood, Senior Bank Exam.........Wakefield.
John L. Keyes, Senior Bank Examiner. . . .Lowell.
George C. Mansfield, Senior Bank Exam.. .Rockland.
Burt O. McKinley, Senior Bank Exam........Lowell.
Arthur S. Morey, Senior Bank Exam........... Belmont.
John F. Rich, Senior Bank Exam.................. Watertown.
Stephen M. Torrey, Senior Bank Exam.. . .Marblehead.
Nathan L Whitten, Senior Bank Exam... .Campello.
Horace W. Whynot, Senior Bank Exam... .Roslindale.
Carl H. Baker, Asst. Bank Exam...................Wollaston.
George F. Davee, Asst. Bank Exam............. Plymouth.
Michael J. Dunnigan, Asst. Bank Exam........Boston.
Samuel W. Eldridge, Asst. Bank Exam.. . . Arlington Hts.
Samuel T. Foster, Asst. Bank Exam.............Waverley.
Chester A. Grav, Asst. Bank Exam.............. Medford.
Frank A. Hannan, Asst. Bank Exam........... Cambridge.
Francis J. Hillberg, Asst. Bank Exam............Wellesley Hills.
Herbert L. Keeble, Asst. Bank Exam............. Jamaica Plain.
Harrison S. King, Asst. Bank Exam............. Melrose.
George H. Magurn, Asst. Bank Exam......... Roslindale.
Harold A. McKay, Asst. Bank Exam........... Somerville.
Burton T. Spencer, Asst. Bank Exam.......... Worcester.
W. A. Warren, Asst. Bank Exam...................Newton.
Albert M. Whitworth, Asst. Bank Exam.. .Lowell.
Harold E. Almy, Junior Bank Exam.............Braintree.
Austin J. Blood, Junior Bank Exam............. Worcester.
Charles E. Boles, Junior Bank Exam........... Brookline.
Joseph L. Brighton, Junior Bank Exam.. . . Somerville.
Frederick J. Bye, Junior Bank Exam........... Worcester.
N. S. Chadwick, Junior Bank Exam............Reading.
Philip J. Coady, Junior Bank Exam............ Somerville.
Frederick A. Connell, Junior Bank Exam.. Jamaica Plain.
Joseph F. Connellan, Junior Bank Exam.. .Brookline.
Harry A. Cowles, Junior Bank Exam...........Boston.
James H. Crowell. Junior Bank Exam . . . .Boston.
Paul Donavan, Junior Bank Examiner..........Brighton.
Sidney L. Drown, Asst. Bank Exam.............Malden.
Henry Haeberle, Junior Bank Exam.............Jamaica Plain.
Roland E. Hamel, Junior Bank Exam......... Watertown.
Russell A. Hersee, Junior Bank Exam......... Roslindale.
Larkland F. Hewitt, Junior Bank Exam... .Cambridge.
Elmer Holmberg, Junior Bank Exam...........Worcester.
Arthur W. Hood, Junior Bank Exam...........No Quincy.
G. W. Hoyt, Junior Bank Exam.....................Malden.
Francis P. Hynes, Junior Bank Exam......... Boston.
P. Joseph King, Junior Bank Exam..............Northampton.
Felix A. Kulik, Junior Bank Exam................Beverly.
Arthur A. LeMay, Junior Bank Exam........ Beverly.
Arthur B. Malone, Junior Bank Exam........Chelsea.
Wm. E. Maloney, Junior Bank Examiner .Dorchester.
Glen H. Martin, Junior Bank Exam............. Waltham.
Frank W. McCabe, Junior Bank Exam.. . .Malden.
Norman F. McDonah, Junior Bank Exam. Dorchester.
Herbert J. Millen, Junior Bank Exam............Belmont.
Willard A. Moulton, Junior Bank Exam.. .Milton.
George F. Murphy, Junior Bank Exam.. . .Brighton.
Paul F. Ochs, Junior Bank Exam...................East Milton.
Daniel J. O’Connor, Junior Bank Exam. . .Lowell.
James L. Patterson, Junior Bank Exam... .Brookline.
Albert R. Quinn, Junior Bank Exam............ Brighton.
Harry B. Quinn, Junior Bank Exam.............East Weymouth.
Eric D. Rice, Junior Bank Exam................... Lynn.
William F. Ritchie, Junior Bank Exam.. . . Belmont.
W. S. Savery, Junior Bank Exam..................Plymouth.
James J. Stapleton, Junior Bank Exam.. .. Dorchester.
Eugene F. Storrs, Junior Bank Exam...........Needham.
B. F. Strand, Jr., Junior Bank Exam........... Brookline.
Kenneth W. Tatro, Junior Bank Exam.. . .Walpole.
Carleton B. Weeks, Junior Bank Examiner.Malden.
Edward S. Whitmarsh, Junior Bk. Exam. .Medford.
Donald M. Williams, Junior Bk. Exam.. . .Newton Highlands.
B. F. Wood, Junior Bank Exam.....................Brighton.
John W. Slye, Senior Credit Exam................Malden.
Donald K. Taylor, Senior Credit Exam.. . . Everett.
Harry N. Thomas, Asst. Credit Exam......... Wollaston.
Arthur Welwood, Asst. Credit Exam............Boston.

Kansas... .H. W. Koeneke, Bank Commissioner........... Topeka.
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T. J. Rhodes. Asst. Bank Com........................Topeka.
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C. F. Gilpin, 1st Special Assistant Bank
Commissioner.....................................................Topeka.
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R. J. Arbuthnot, Deputy Bank Com.............Norton.
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L. C. Christenson, Deputy Bank Com.......... Topeka
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John R. Emery, Deputy Bank Com...............Wichita.
R. Keesling, Deputy Bank Com...................... Wichita.
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T. Clarke Key. Deputy Bank Com................Salina.
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Geo. K. Meier. Deputy Bank Com.................Topeka.
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H. F. Nelson, Deputy Bank Com....................Toneka.
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I. L. Perkins, 2nd Special Asst. Bank Com.Hutchinson.
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R. B. Schwartz. Deputy Bank Com............... Manhattan.
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O. W. Starr, Chief Examiner............................. Topeka.
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A. E. Von Trebra, Deputy Bank Com.......... Topeka.
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E. D. Land, Deputy Bank Commissioner. .Iola.
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Geo. D. Royer, Jr., Deputy Bank Com... .Hutchinson.
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Norton Thayer, Deputy Bank Com............... Dodge City.
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C. W. Johnson. General Receiver................... Topeka.
Ky.............. J. R. Dorman, Banking and Securities Com. Frankfort.
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Lloyd B. Clark, Deputy Bank Com............... Frankfort.
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Evalyn O. Clifton, Deputy Securities Com.. Frankfort.
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James E. Bond, Bank Examiner..................... Versailles.
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Russell Fryman, Bank Examiner. ................. Cynthiana.
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R. D. Jeter. Bank Examiner............................. Campbellsville.
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Lawrence J. Roll. Bank Examiner.................Newport.
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A. L. Bondurant, Bank Examiner.................... Louisville.
La............... J. S. Brock, State Bank Com., Capitol
Bldg....................................................................... Baton Rouge.
J. S. Brock, Jr., State Bank Examiner...........New Orleans.
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W. C. Evans, State Bank Examiner..............New Orleans.
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M. Finnegan, State Bank Examiner.......... .. .New Orleans.
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J. B. Hill, State Bank Examiner...................... New Orleans.
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A. R. Johnson, State Bank Examiner............ Baton Rouge.
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Clement S. Ruf, Asst. State Bank Examiner.New Orleans.
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I. H. Schonberg, State Bank Examiner..........New Orleans.
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W. E. Wood, State Bank Examiner and
Asst. Supervisor, Homestead and Build­
ing & Loan Associations............................... New Orleans.
Maine .. .Thomas A. Cooper, Bank Examiner............... Augusta.
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J. Franklin Anderson, Deputy Bank Com.. Gardiner.
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T. Frank Parker, Senior Examiner.................Belfast.
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Ernest C. Stinson, Examiner.............................Bangor.
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Harold W. Lord, Examiner................................Brewer.
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George H. Young, Assistant Examiner ... .Portland
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Walter E. Frank, Asst. Examiner....................Gray.
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David B. Moody, Asst. Examiner...................Belfast.
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Albert S. Noyes, Asst. Examiner..................... Bath.
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j. Malcolm Stanley, Asst. Examiner............. Kezar Falls.
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Harold F. Holmes, Asst. Examiner................. Bangor.
Kenneth B. Foss, Loan Agcy. Examiner. . .Augusta.
Annie R. Norman, Clerk................................... Augusta.
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Hal. G. Hoyt, Securities Examiner................. Augusta.
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Agnes M. Hickey, Registration Clerk............Gardiner.
Md..............John J. Ghingher, Bank Com., Un.Tr.Bldg., Baltimore.
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John D. Hospelhorn, Deputy Bank Com­
missioner, Union Trust Bldg....................... Baltimore.
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H. E. Meeks, Chief Examiner, Union Trust
Bldg....................................................................... Baltimore.
A C. Merriam, Jr., Senior Examiner, Union
Trust Bldg........................................................... Baltimore.
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W. Reed Seal, Senior Examiner, Union
Trust Bldg............................................................Baltimore.
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Schall W. Mitzel, Senior Examiner, Union
Trust Bldg........................................................... Baltimore.
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Oscar P. Comegys, Senior Examiner, Union
Trust Bldg........................................................... Baltimore.
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Jesse C. Gawthrop, Senior Examiner, Union
Trust Bldg........................................................... Baltimore.
Howard A. Gross, Senior Examiner, Union
Trust Bldg..........................................................Baltimore
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C. Raymond Frey, Senior Examiner, Union
Trust Bldg............................................................Baltimore.
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Z. Davis Jackson, Senior Examiner, Union
Trust Bldg............................................................Baltimore.
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H. Sadtler Nolen, Junior Examiner, Union
Trust Bldg........................................................... Baltimore.
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Julius Scriba, Junior Examiner, Union Trust
Bldg........................................................................Baltimore.
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C. Scott Donohue, Junior Examiner, Union
Trust Bldg............................................................Baltimore.
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Arthur N. Englar, Jr., Junior Examiner.
Union Trust Bldg......................................... Baltimore.
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Allan J. Foster, Junior Examiner, Union
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Trust Bldg.......................................................... Baltimore.


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Frank H.Hoffmaster, Junior Examiner,Union
Trust Bldg.......................................................... Baltimore
Frank B. Marshall, Junior Examiner, Union
Trust Bldg.......................................................... Baltimore.
William O. Dunn, Jr., Junior, Examiner
Union Trust Bldg............................................ Baltimore.
Wade G. Emmett, Jr., Junior Examiner,
Union Trust Bldg..............................................Baltimore.
Alton R. Middlekauff, Junior Examiner,
Union Trust Bldg............................................ Baltimore.
Edward R. Sudsburg, Junior Examiner,
Union Trust Bldg............................................Baltimore.

Mich...........R. E. Reichert, Commissioner......................... Lansing.
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M. C. Taylor, Deputy Commissioner........... Lansing.
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Fred Marin. Deputy Commissioner............... Lansing.
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Smith Falconer, Bank Examiner..................... Detroit.
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F. B. Campbell, Bank Examiner..................... Caro.
R. A. Carroll, Bank Examiner.........................Bellevue
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L. M. Fenton, Bank Examiner....................... Bay City.
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G. A. Hodson, Bank Examiner........................Grand Rapids.
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F. M. Kropschot, Bank Examiner................. Marshall.
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A. G. List, Bank Examiner.............................. Saginaw.
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H. S. Maentz. Bank Examiner........................Allegan.
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R. C. McClelland, Bank Examiner................Grand Rapids.
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F. G. McEachron, Bank Examiner................Hudsonville.
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G. D. Monroe, Bank Examiner....................... Howell.
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E. W. Nelson Bank Examiner...........................Ann Arbor.
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W. L. Roy, Bank Examiner..............................Pontiac.
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H. L. Switzer, Bank Examiner........... ............. Mt. Clemens.
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Peter Talentino, Bank Examiner.....................Laurium.
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H. G. Taylor, Bank Examiner......................... Lansing.
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. J. S. Love. Supt. of Banks................................Jackson
L. E. Brown, Secretary..................................... Jackson.
C. T. Johnson, Bank Examiner..................... Clarksdale.
E. M. Summer, Bank Examiner.....................Hattiesburg.
W. O. Walker, Bank Examiner........................Clarksdale.

Mo...

.O. H. Moberly, Com. of Finance, Depart­
ment of Finance...............................................Jefferson.
P. W. Henry, Deputy Commissioner of
Finance............................................................... Kansas City.
F. S. Hummel, Bank Examiner...................St. Louis
Don O. Adamson, Bank Examiner................Miller.
O. H. Clark. Bank Examiner.......................... Savannah.
Geo. E. Chipman, Bank Examiner............... Monroe City.
J. D. Ellis, Bank Examiner..............................Malden.
Bryan Osborn, Bank Examiner...................... Macks Creek.
8am J. Ross, Bank Examiner......................... Lancaster.
H. G. Elliott, Asst. Bank Examiner.............. Keytesville.

Mont.

.Frank H. Johnson, Supt. of Banks...............Helena.
R. W. Bailey, Chief Examiner........................Helena.
R. J. Fremou. Bank Examiner....................... Helena.
R. W. Johnson. Bank Examiner.....................Helena.
C. A. Kelley, Bank Examiner......................... Helena.

Neb..

.E. H. Luikart, Supt. Dept, of Banking.......... Lincoln.
Merle N. Foster, Deputy Superintendent,
State Capitol Bldg..........................................Lincoln.
J. F. McLain, Chief Examiner, Dept, of
Banking, State Capitol Bldg....................... Lincoln.
J. Y. Castle, Bank Examiner...........................Hastings.
L. L. Hallstead, Bank Examiner................... Norfolk.
C. R. Haines, Bank Examiner.........................Holdrege.
R. H. Larson, Bank Examiner.........................Lincoln.
A. F. Jorgensen, Bank Examiner.....................Alliance.
I. S. Russell, Bank Examiner..........................Lincoln.
Merl H. Garrison, Bank Examiner............... Grand Island.

Nev...

.E. J. Seaborn, Supt. of Banks............................Carson City.

N. H..

.Willard D. Rand, Commissioner.................... State House.
Concord.
Leon O. Gerry, Deputy Com........................... Concord.

N. J.

.State of New Jersey Dept, of Banking and
Insurance, State House Annex................... Trenton.
William H. Kelly, Commissioner, Dept, of
Banking and Insurance................................. E. Orange.
Verner D. Peer, Deputy Com.......................... Summit.
James A. Onell, Asst. Deputy CommissionerTrenton.
George Compton, Supervisor and Director
for Liquidations and Reorganizations.. . . Trenton.
Robert B. Allardice, Special Asst. Deputy
Commissioner.................................................... Westfield.
A. S. Amerman, Special Asst. Deputy Com­
missioner ............................................................. Trenton.
Frank J. Fitzpatrick, Special Asst. Deputy
Commissioner.................................................... Elizabeth.
Harry Prosser, Special Asst. Deputy Com­
missioner ............................................................. Margate City.
John M. Baker, Senior Bank Exam................. Avon-by-the-sea.
Frank H. Betz, Senior Bank Examiner..........Plainfield.
John T. Connolly, Senior Bank Examiner. .Trenton.
Walter B. Firman, Senior Bank Examiner .Trenton.
Oscar B. Garthwaite. Jr., Senior Bank
Examiner.............................................................Rahway.
George A. McLaughlin Senior Bk.Examiner Bordentown.
Edw. B. Snook, Senior Bank Examiner... .Princeton.
William M. Struble, Senior Bank Exam....... Belleville.
David W. Andrews. Junior Bank Examiner Elizabeth.
Franklin W. Bright, Junior Bank
Examiner..............................................................Rutherford.
John B. Cunningham, Junior Bank
Examiner.............................................................Jersey City.
J. Clifford Feaster, Junior Bank Examiner. . Pedricktown.
Edward M. Field, Junior Bank Examiner .Elizabeth.
Benj. P. Gregg, Junior Bank Examiner... .Bloomfleld.
George J. Heath, Junior Bank Examiner... Bloomfleld.
John M. Jones, Junior Bank Examiner... .Teaneck.
Charles A. Kraus, Junior Bank Examiner.. Grantwood.
Harry Z. Levick, Junior Bank Examiner....Collingswood.
Walter L. Lyons, Junior Bank Examiner. . .Emerson.
John J. Malan, Junior Bank Examiner. .. .Audubon.


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N. M.......... John Bingham, State Bk. Ex.............................Capitol Bldg.,
Santa Fe.
John C. Hays, Deputy State Bk. Exam... .Santa Fe.
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E. M .Hampton, Deputy State Bk. Ex......... Santa Fe.
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R .W. Heflin, Special Asst. Blue-sky Dept.Santa Fe.

. Elmer A. Benson, Com. of Banks.................... St. Paul.
A. W. Sands, Deputy Commissioner............St. Paul.
F. A. Amundson, Chief Clerk..........................St. Paul.
Ralph J. Maertz, Manager Bond Dept.......... St. Paul.
Robt. D. Beery, Examiner in Charge of
Liquidation.........................................................St. Paul.
F. R. McGowan, Asst, to Commissioner. .. .Minneapolis.
O. 1. Brandvold, Bank Examiner...................Fergus Falla.
Jacob Rlgg, Bank Examiner...........................Ada.
J. H. Spieker, Bank Examiner........................ Minneapolis.
Henry Lende, Bank Examiner....................... Appleton
C. M. Wenzel. Bank Examiner....................... St. Paul.
H. V. Montgomery, Bank Examiner............ Minneapolis.
F. J. Ludtke, Bldg. & Loan Examiner.........Minneapolis.
C. E. Tillander, Examiner................................St. Paul.
G. V. Markey, Assistant Examiner............... Worthington.
R. S. Picha, Assistant Examiner.................... St. Paul.
Jesse Olson, Assistant Examiner.................... Fergus Falls.
G. W. Tanner. Assistant Examiner...............Minneapolis.
C. E. Williams, Asst. Examiner.................... Minneapolis.
Henry J. Larson, Asst. Examiner.................. Ada.
Clarence Lodahl, Assistant Examiner...........St. Paul.
A. A. Wilcken, Assistant Examiner.............. Minneapolis.

Miss.

Name

N. J............Herbert L. Morris, Junior Bank Examiner .North Plainfield.
(Cont.) Morris L. Parsels, Junior Bank Examiner.. Atlantic City.
Frank M. Power. Junior Bank Examiner . . Ridgefield Park.
Alfred Sasser, Junior Bank Examiner.......... Trenton.
Ralph G. Smith, Junior Bank Examiner.. . Belleville.
D. O. Stabily, Junior Bank Examiner......... Summit.
Raymond H. Wesner, Junior Bank Exam.. Lambert ville.
John W. West. Junior Bank Examiner. . .. Hightstown.

Mlcb. .., . R. B. Van Wert, Bank Examiner.................. Jonesville.
jCont.) H. O. Wells, Bank Examiner........................... Dearborn.
O. 8. Wood, Jr., Bank Examiner....................Barryton.
P. C. Yuli, Bank Examiner................................ Lansing.
K. C. Aldrich, Asst. Bank Examiner............Jackson.
R. E. Crimmins, Asst. Bank Examiner. .. .Manistee.
M, G. Fiegel, Assistant Bank Examiner. . . Detroit.
C. E. Kearns, Bank Examiner........................ Negaunee.
R. K. Lapworth, Asst. Bank Examiner... .Flushing.
G. H. Ricks, Asst. Bank Examiner............... Jackson.
J. H. Robson, Jr., Asst. Bank Examiner. . . .Ovid.
H. E. Romig, Asst. Bank Examiner............. St. Oiaire Shores.
W. C. Schrader, Assistant Bank Examiner. Detroit.
W. I. Schriemer, Assistant Bank Examiner Grand Rapids.
T. D. Sherk, Assistant Bank Examiner. . . .Litchfield.
Ralph Clench, Small Loan Agency Exam.. .Battle Creek.
R. A. Haigh, Bond Division.............................Dearborn.
H. E. Johnson, Bond Division........................ Lansing.

N. Y........... Joseph A. Broderick. Supt., 8tate of New
York..................................................................... State Office Bldg.
Albany.
G. W. Egbert, Deputy....................................... 80 Centre St., N.
George A. Coleman, Deputy...........................Albany.
Chas. H. Schoch, Deputy......................................... 80 Centre St.,N.
James J. Heenehan, Deputy................................... 80 Centre St.,N.
George A. Porter, Deputy....................................... 80 Centre St.,N.
H. S. Andrews, Bank Examiner............................ 80 Centre St.,N.
R. W. Humphrey, Bank Examiner.......................80 Centre St.,N.
J. S. Love, Bank Examiner..................................... 80 Centre St.,N.
Fletcher G. Crane, Bank Examiner..................... 80 Centre St.,N.
John I. Meslck, Bank Examiner............................80 Centre St.,N.
F. W. Piderit, Bank Examiner...............................80 Centre St.,N.
Peter N. Shippee. Bank Examiner................Albany.
Arthur B. Vogel, Bank Examiner.................. 80 Centre 8t., N.
C. E. Nathaway, Bank Examiner..................Rochester.
Rho. L. Bush, Bank Examiner...............................80 Centre St.,N.
Louis N. Roe, Bank Examiner............................... 80 Centre St.,N.
Ralph T. Simmons, Bank Examiner.....................80 Centre St.,N.
G. M. Aldrich. Bank Examiner.............................. 80 Centre St.,N.
Lawrence H. Geser, Bank Examiner............. 80 Centre St., N.
Geo. A. Strack, Bank Examiner............................ 80 Centre St.,N.
Herbert O. Rogers, Bank Examiner..................... 80 Centre St.,N.
E. J. Bangert, Bank Examiner........................Buffalo.
Fred T. Bolan, Bank Examiner....................... 80 Centre St.. N.
Charles Clarke, Bank Examiner......................Albany.
Mortimer S. Cole, Bank Examiner........................80 Centre St.,N.
Alfred L. Taylor, Bank Examiner......................... 80 Centre St.,N.
Wm. D. Navin, Bank Examiner.....................Schenectady.
John M. Egan, Bank Examiner...................... Buffalo.
Ambrose J. Delaney, Bank Examiner..........Rochester.
Frank O. Maher, Bank Examiner.................. Albany.
Arthur P. McQuade, Bank Examiner............80 Centre St., N.
Thomas M. Little, Bank Examiner................Syracuse.
James A. Schaumburg, Bank Examiner... .80 Centre St., N.
Wm. P. Mitchell, Bank Examiner..................80 Centre St., N.
Andrew Eisen, Bank Examiner........................80 Centre St., N.
George R. Dise, Bank Examiner..................... Buffalo.
Marcus Koster, Bank Examiner......................80 Centre St., N.
Edward H. Leete, Bank Examiner.................80 Centre St., N.
John J. Sullivan, Bank Examiner................... Albany.
Guy E. Thompson, Bank Examiner............... Kenmore.
R. W. Pawling, Bank Examiner.....................80 Centre St.. N.
John A. Tripp, Bank Examiner.....................Rochester.
William J. McAuliffe, Bank Examiner..........80 Centre St., N.
Clarence A. Masker, Bank Examiner............ 80 Centre St., N.
Earl Harkness, Bank Examiner....................... 80 Centre St., N.
Geo. J. Riedel. Bank Examiner....................... 80 Centre St.. N.
Edward Zimmerman, Jr., Bank Examiner. Buffalo.
Walter H. Wiesner, Bank Examiner.............. 80 Centre St., N.
Bernard J. Hirschfleld, Bank Examiner... .80 Centre St., N.
Gerald R. Dorman, Bank Examiner.......80 Centre St., N.
Robert A Barnet, Jr., Bank Examiner... .80 Centre St., N.
Thomas Martinus, Bank Examiner................80 Centre St., N.
Joseph B. Zweifel, Bank Examiner.................80 Centre St., N.
John C. Dieckert, Bank Examiner........................80 Centre St.,N.
H. R. MacEwen, Bank Examiner.................. Syracuse.
Arthur J. Ruhle, Bank Examiner..........................80 Centre St.,N.
Wm. De O. White, Bank Examiner..................... 80 Centre St.,N.
Edward F. X. Wolfe, Bank Examiner.......... 80 Centre St., N.
Paul V. Liehr. Bank Examiner.............................. 80 Centre St.,N.
John J. Cavanaugh, Bank Examiner............ Syracuse.
Robert E. Chellis. Bank Examiner................ 80 Centre St., N.
D. S. Cushman, Bank Examiner.....................Syracuse.
Edmond W. Browne, Bank Examiner..........80 Centre St., N.
Joseph V. Mullaly, Bank Examiner..............80 Centre St., N.
H. Le Roy Miller. Bank Examiner................Rochester.
Margaret E. Kennedy, Bank Examiner... .80 Centre St., N.
James A. Sheeran. Bank Examiner.......................88 Centre St.,N.
Henry J. Nauer, Bank Examiner.......................... 80 Centre St.,N.
A. Charles Ruocco, Bank Examiner..................... 80 Centre St.,N.
John Lacke. Bank Examiner...........................Buffalo.
Francis J. Ludeman, Bank Examiner............80 Centre St., N.
Louis J. Devantoy, Bank Examiner..................... 80 Centre St.,N.
Michael A. Kearns, Bank Examiner.....................80 Centre 8t.,N.
Charles R. Johnson, Bank Examiner.............80 Centre St.. N.
William Taner. Bank Examiner.............................80 Centre St.,N.
Arthur W. Dahl, Bank Examiner..........................80 Centre St.,N.
Raymond F. Garraty, Bank Examiner. . . .Buffalo.
Scudder D. Glldersleeve, Bank Examiner. .80 Centre St., N.
James McWilliams, Bank Examiner.....................80 Centre St.,N.
Clarence F. Hartig, Bank Examiner.....................80 Centre St.,N.
Charles R. Murray. Bank Examiner............. 80 Centre St., N.
Alister W. D. Steele, Bank Examiner...........Syracuse.
Leslie W. Wintsch, Bank Examiner..................... 80 Centre St.,N.
Patrick J. McConnell, Bank Examiner. . . .80 Centre St., N.
Salvin C. Marolda, Bank Examiner..................... 80 Centre St.,N.
Arthur R. Seaton, Bank Examiner........................80 Centre St.,N.
Arthur D. Rooney. Bank Examiner..................... 80 Centre St.,N.
William Breslau, Bank Examiner..........................80 Centre St.,N.
Walter E. Riddle, Bank Examiner....................... 80 Centre St.,N.
Albert Wenzel, Bank Examiner..............................80 Centre St.,N.
E. R. McAuliffe, Bank Examiner................... 80 Centre St.
James A. Murray, Bank Examiner................Troy.
Wm. L. J. Conway, Bank Examiner.............80 Centre St., N. Y.
Wm. G. Alfonsin, Bank Examiner........................ 80 Centre St.. N.Y.
John O. Beau, Bank Examiner...............................80 Centre St.. N.Y.
Raymond G. Butler, Bank Examiner............ 80 Centre St., N. Y.
Wm. H. Carroll, Bank Examiner.......................... 80 Centre St., N.Y.
Sydney I. Chittenden, Bank Examiner. .. .80 Centre St., N. Y.
Frank Flaherty, Bank Examiner............................80 Centre St., N.Y.
Claude C. Foulk, Bank Examiner......................... 80 Centre St.. N.Y.
Henry W. Gredel, Bank Examiner........................80 Centre St., N.Y.
John J. Hicks, Bank Examiner.............................. 80 Centre St., N.Y.
P. Raymond Krause, Bank Examiner..........Albany.
Joseph W. Kusterko, Bank Examiner..........80 Centre St., N. Y.
Matthew F. McAvoy, Bank Examiner. . . .80 Centre St., N. Y.

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N. Y......... .L. E. MiUspaugh, Bank Examiner................ 80 Centre St., N.
Chas. M. Morat. Bank Examiner.................. 80 Centre St.. N. Y.
(Cont.)
Edward J. Morehous, Bank Examiner.........Albany.
George S. Notarpole, Bank Examiner..........80 Centre St., N. Y.
Edward P. Pedlowe, Bank Examiner............80 Centre St., N. Y.
Edward J. Pierce, Bank Examiner................80 Centre St., N. Y.
Arthur J. McQuade, Bank Examiner........... SO Centre St.. N. Y.
James F. Moran, Bank Examiner..................80 Centre St., N. Y.
Vincent C. Reuther, Bank Examiner........... 80 Centre St.. N. Y
M. E. Masson, Bank Examiner...................... 80 Centre St., N. Y.
John L. Seigart, Bank Examiner....................Syracuse.
Ralph W. Taylor, Bank Examiner................80 Centre St., N. Y.
Henry C. Bartsch, Bank Examiner............... 80 Centre St., N Y.
Albert F. Kendall, Bank Examiner...............Rochester.
Albert De Lisser, Bank Examiner................. 80 Centre St., N. Y.
Joseph J. Kennedy, Bank Examiner.............Rochester.
William J. Kennedy, Bank Examiner...........Rochester.
Frank S. Ross, Bank Examiner...................... Syracuse.
John M Six, Bank Examiner......................... Rochester.
Henry A. Jud, Bank Examiner...................... Rochester.
August Langhauser, Bank Examiner............80 Centre St.. N. Y.
Paul V. Martin, Bank Examiner....................80 Centre St., N. Y.
J. Gerald McGillen, Bank Examiner............Syracuse.
Vincent J. Nolan, Bank Examiner................ 80 Centre St., N. Y.
John C. Hasbrouck, Bank Examiner............80 Centre St., N. Y.
John C. O'Bvrne, Bank Examiner................ Binghamton.
W. Elmore Slack, Bank Examiner................ Albany.
Albert P. Fallon. Bank Examiner.................. 80 Centre St.. N. Y.
Thomas J. Coghlan, Bank Examiner............Buffalo.
J. Harold Driscoll, Bank Examiner............. Bnnal°.
Robert J. Hyland, Bank Examiner............... 80 Centre St., N. Y.
■Walter E. Nolan, Bank Examiner................. Buffalo.
Gwynne W. Spencer, Bank Examiner..........Syracuse.
Gerald O’Grady, Bank Examiner................. 80 Centre St., N. Y.
John J. Tierney, Bank Examiner................. 80 Centre St., N. Y.
J. J. O’Shaughnessy. Bank Examiner......... 80 Centre St., N. Y.
Nathaniel Orens. Bank Examiner................ 80 Centre St., N. Y
John C. Rued, Bank Examiner..................... 80 Centre St., N. Y.
George A. Morlock, Bank Examiner............Buffalo.
Jesse J. Finn, Bank Examiner.
..............Schenectady.
Milton W. Asmuth, Bank Examiner............ Rochester.
Charles H. Trask, Bank Examiner................Albany.
Gerard A. Buckley, Bank Examiner.............80 Centre St. N. Y.
Garret E. Fitzgerald, Bank Examiner......... 80 Centre St. N. Y.
Samuel T. Knapp. Bank Examiner...............Buffalo.
Robert C. Mabel, Bank Examiner................ Albany.
N. Y.
John D. Dever, Bank Examiner...................80 Centre St.
Clinton D. Ganse, Bank Examiner..............80 Centre St. N. Y.
Blanche B. Plant, Bank Examiner..............A'b^ny; c.
N. Y.
Ednah C. Ryder, Bank Examiner............... 80 Centre St.
Charles V. Scheuerman, Bank Examiner .. .80 Centre St. N. Y.
Edward J. Powers, Bank Examiner..............80 Centre St. , N. Y.
Gaetano Caponigri, Bank Examiner................80 Centre St., N. Y.

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J. R. Gayler, Examiner...................................... Fairview.
E. E. Wilson, Chief Bank Examiner.............Caoklahoma City
H. L. Williams, Examiner................................Durant.
John H. Sutton, Examiner...............................Tiilsa..
W. E. Clark. Bank Examiner......................... Enid.
James M. Fitz, Bank Examiner.....................Shawnee.
A B. Bowlin, Bank Examiner.........................Oklahoma City.

Ore.

A. A. Schramm, Supt. of Banks.................... Salem.
‘Edmund T. Way, Asst. Supt. of Banks......... Portland.
S. Deitrick, Examiner.........................................Portland.
T. B. Lumsden. Examiner................................Portland.
Sydney H. Kromer, Ass’t Examiner.............Salem.
Orrel J. Smith, Secretary..................................Salem.
Elsie Barnard, Statistician............................... Salem.

William D. Gordon, Secretary of Banking.State Capitol Bldg..
Harrisburg.
Robert W. Doty, First Deputy Secretary. .Harrisburg.
Irland McK. Beckman, Deputy Secretary.. Harrisburg.
Horace C. Whiteman, Deputy Secretary.. .Harrisburg.
E. Jack Sitgreaves. Special Deputy..............Harrisburg.
H. H. Eshbach, Chief, Bureau of Bldg. &
Loan Associations.............................................Harrisburg.
H. B. Diffenderfer, Assistant Director
Bureau of Bldg. & Loan Assn..................... Philadelphia.
Laurence C. Glass, Chief Clerk............. .. .. .Harrisburg.
O. B. Lippman, Chief, Bureau of Private
Banks
..............................................................Harrisburg.
R. Harold Auen, Bank Examiner...................Pittsburgh.
J. W Barrett. Bank Examiner........................Betniehem.
Charles S. Dugan, Bank Examiner................PhiladeRmia.
Ward R. Lewis. Bank Examiner.................... Upper Darby.
Lucean C. Kunkle, Bank Examiner..............Greensburg.
Chas. K. Booda, Bank Examiner.................. Upper Darby.
A. Rise Bowman, Bank Examiner.................Lebanon.
Christian H. Brandt. Bank Examiner..........Mechanicsburg.
Gerald M. Anderson, Bank Examiner......... Kingston.
Chas. V. Brown, Bank Examiner................... Drexel Hill.
R B. Carmany, Bank Examiner.................... Myerstown.
Wm. V. Davies, Bank Examiner.................... Harrisburg.
Fred K. Denison, Bank Examiner................. By wood.
Thomas Dixon, Bank Examiner............ ..
.Philadelphia.
Robert P. Ferguson. Chief Bank Examiner.Philadelphia.
Wayne V. Frye, Bank Examiner.................... Monessen.
J. Allen Gebhard, Bank Examiner................Lebanon.
Frank Glatfelter, Bank Examiner.................. Philadelphia.
Raymond H. Gorsuch, Bank Examiner... .Greensburg.
Frederick C. Hallowell, Bank Examiner... .Wayne.
John R. Hostetter, Bank Examiner.............. St. Thomas.
R. K. Houck, Bank Examiner......................... Indiana.
Harold T. Houston. Bank Examiner. .... .Beaver Falls.
El wood H. Keithan. Chief Bank Examiner Wilkes-Barre.
C F T. Lancaster, Bank Examiner............. Bellevue.
R. F. Landis, Bank Examiner......................... Halifax.
R. S. Landis, Bank Examiner..........................Lancaster.
A. V. Lees. Bank Examiner............................. Swarthmore.
Wilson D. Lewis. Bank Examiner................ Harrisburg.
Wm. J. McCuen, Bank Examiner..................Philadelphia.
Thos. P. McGarrity, Bank Examiner...........Philadelphia.
Jos. F. Malott, Bank Examiner...................... Philadelphia.
Ondree H. Marsh, Bank Examiner................Tunkhannock.
Chas. B. Matsinger, Bank Examiner............Clarks Summit.
John L. Meighen. Bank Examiner................ Wilklnsburg.
J. Stanley Miller, Bank Examiner..................Harrisburg.
Wm. F. Mitchell, Bank Examiner................. Philadelphia.
Howard A. Neidig. Bank Examiner............. Lemoyne.
E. Paul Oliphant, Bank Examiner............... Mt. Carmel.
W. E. Palmer, Jr., Bank Examiner............... Pittsburgh.
C. Edwin Payne, Bank Examiner.................. Pleasant Mount.
Guy P. Porter. Bank Examiner.......................West Newton.
Raloh W. Reitzel. Bank Examiner................Williamsport.
Walter W. Lapham, Bank Examiner............Pittsburgh.
H. L. Scott. Bank Examiner............................Bellevue.
R. H. Shick, Bank Examiner........................... Ducjuesne.
Scott A. Soles, Bank Examiner....................... McKeesport.
Wm. M. Steckley. Bank Examiner.............. Harrisburg.
Raymond R. Stoner. Bank Examiner...........Harrisburg.
Chas. G. Strang, Bank Examiner.................. Punxsutawney.
Frank S. Strite, Bank Examiner.....................Greencastle.
Donald H. Strong. Bank Examiner...............Philadelphia.
George M. Stroud, Jr., Bank Examiner... .Chester.
George S. Summers. Chief Bank Exam.. . .Harrisburg.
J. D. Swigart, Chief Bank Examiner............Pittsburgh.
J. W. Taylor, Bank Examiner......................... Clairton.
Cyril G. Vogel. Bank Examiner......................Pittsburgh.
Ed. W. Wentworth. Bank Examiner............ Dormont.
Fred Wigfield. Jr., Bank Examiner................Steelton.
W R. Wlrth, Bank Examiner......................... Pittsburgh.
Chas. S. Worthington, Bank Examiner... .Doyleetown.
Paul A. Yeager, Bank Examiner.................... Edgewood.
Chas. H. Zimmerman, Bank Examiner. . . .Huntingdon.
Thomas H. Fengler, Bank Examiner............Philadelphia.
Frederic L. Zellner. Bank Examiner............. McKees Rocks.
James E. Brucklacher. Bank Examiner... .Williamsport.
Benjamin C. Bowman, Bank Examiner... .Penbrook.

.Gurney P. Hood, Commissioner of Banks. .Ralojgh.
C. I. Taylor, Liquidating Agent..................... Raleigh.
W. L. Williams, Bank Examiner......................Raleigh.
Leigh Wilson, Bank Examiner.........................Raleigh.
W M. Wiggins, Bank Examiner.................... Raleigh.
J. B. Carson, Bank Examiner...........................Raleigh.
J. E. Bobbitt. Examiner.................................... Raleigh.

\dam A. Lefor, State Examiner...................... Bismarck.
R. S. See, Deputy Examiner..............................Bismarck.
Jas. A. Brown, Deputy Examiner (City &
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..............................................................Rolla.'
J. R. Snyder, Deputy Exam. (City & Co.). .Bismarck.
F. W. Cathro, Deputy Exam. (City & Co.). .Bismarck.
6. R. Void. Deputy Exam. (City & Co.)......... Minot.
M. J. Kraker. Deputy Examiner (City &
County).................................................. .. • • •. ■ Wahpeton.
Adam F. Lefor, Deputy Examiner (City &
Co.).......................................................................Lefor.
C. E. Fodness, Deputy Examiner................... Grand Forks.
Orin Baertsch, Deputy Examiner................Mott.

Ohio
I. J. Fulton, Superintendent of Banks...........Columbus.
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Banks..................................................................... Columbus.
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Banks
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Chas. G. Saffin, Jr., Attorney Examiner. . .Columbus.
George T. Blake (foreign Ex. & Tr. Officer) Columbus.
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R. A. Bowman, Examiner...................................Greenville.
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Irene Berger, Bank Examiner........................... Mt. Vernon.
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John A. Head, Bank Examiner........................ Greenfield.
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G. W. Burr, Bank Examiner............................Lakewood.
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W. A. Brechbill, Examiner................................ Canton
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A. C. Daniels, Examiner....................................Marietta.
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E. B. Gray, Bank Examiner.............................. Columbus.
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O. D. Houser, Bank Examiner......................... Upper Sandusky
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C. S. Gladden, Examiner....................................Mt. Gilead.
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I. H. Jones, Bank Examiner............................. Dayton.
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Eugene E. King, Bank Examiner.................... Deshler.
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C. Z. Hummel, Examiner..................................unib£?‘
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John F. Kramer, Jr., Bank Examiner.......... Mansfield.
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Leroy Kuhlman, Bank Examiner...................New Knoxville.
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C. A. Ladrach, Bank Examiner....................... Dover.
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H. C. Lucas, Examiner........................................ Cincinnati.
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H. L. Lockwood, Bank Examiner....................Frankfort.
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Gustave H. Lonsway, Bank Examiner..........Tiffin.
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Wm. Taafel, Bank Examiner........................... Newark.
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Paul Mitchell. Bank Examiner.........................Colui
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Chas. C. Roberts. Jr., Bank Examiner. . . .New Philadelphia.
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Clarence B. Welsby, Bank Examiner.............Akron.
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Joseph E. Welsh. Bank Examiner................... London.
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R. H. Willett, Bank Examiner......................... Greenwich.
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B. L. Williams, Bank Examiner......................Wilmington.
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L. C. Bucher. Bank Examiner.......................... Dayton.
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J. V. Cameron, Trust Examiner.......................Columbus.
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R. T. Sewell. Trust Examiner........................... Columbus.
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W. D. Carle. Trust Examiner........................... Elyria.
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I. G. Zuspan............................................................ Millersburg.


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Name

W. J. Barnett, Bank Commissioner..............Capitol Bldg.,
Oklahoma City.
Vern Harrison. Asst. Bank Commissioner
Capitol Bldg.
Oklahoma City.
E. H. Kelley. First Ass’t...................................^ffihoma^ity.

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Latimer W. Ballou, Bank Commissioner.. .Room 110 State
House, Providence.
E J. Littlefield, Deputy Commissioner.... Providence.
W. L. OfTer, Bank Examiner............................Providence.
John T. Pollard, Bank Examiner................... East Providence.
R. L. Sayles, Bank Examiner.......................... Cranston.
Andrew Winsor, Bank Examiner................... Providimce.
Wm. B. Fraser. Bank Examiner....................Warwick.
Walter S. Grant. Jr.. Bank Examiner......... Providence.
F. M. Hathaway, Investigator....................... Cranston.
Irma G. Henrikson, Clerk................................ Cranston.
Madeline M. Lamb. Clerk............................... Providence.

STATE BANK OFFICIALS AND EXAMINERS—Continued
State
S C.............

Name
Address
BOARD OF BANK CONTROL

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state

NAME

w. Va.

Member Ex Officio—I. C. Blackwood, Governor.
Chairman— E. P. Miller, State Treasurer.
Members:
R. E. Henry................................Greenville.
John T. Stevens ..................... .Kershaw.
W. J. Bailey.............................. Clinton.
C. G. Padgett.............................Walterboro.
L. A. Wittkowsky...................Camden.
CHIEF BANK EXAMINER’S OFFICE
Chief Bank Examiner—Thomas H. Daniel, Spartanburg S. C.
Examiners— D. J. Winn....................................Dariington.
Le Roy Wilson.......................... Columbia.
C. L. Walker.............................Greenville.
F. B. David................................Dillon.
W. N. Ouery............................... Columbia.
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H. M. Chanman........................ Liberty.
S. D..
.. F. R. Strain, Supt. of Banks................................ Ft. Pierre.
H. B. Dowdell, Deputy Superintendent of
tt ^nl£.s,'
.......................................................... Mitchell.
,
V. W. Abeel, Asst, to Supt. of Banks.......... Pierre.
H. A. Schueller, Bank Examiner.................... Mitchell
Chris Hirning, Bank Examiner......................... Mitchell
S. E. Anderson, Bank Examiner........................ Sioux Falls.
J. I. O’Connell, Bank Examiner........................ Sioux Falls.
N. A. Sanford, Bank Examiner........................ Sioux Falls
Clair Roddewig, Special 'Counsel.................... Pierre
Tenn..
■ D. D. Robertson, Supt. of Banks....................512-14 Bennie Dillon
„
_
Bldg.. Nashville.
Hallum W. Goodloe, Clerk.................................Nashville.
J. F. Hunt, Bank Examiuer.............................. Memphis
H. G. Bratton, Bank Examiner.......................Nashville.’
J- M. Davis. Bank Examiner........................... Lawrenceburg
H. B. Clarke. Bank Examiner.......................... Troy.
R. T. Bugg, Bank Examiner............................. Nashville.
H. R. Jordan. Bank Examiner.........................Nashville.
Texas.
E. C. Brand. Banking Commissioner............State Capitol,Austin
R- F. Siddons, Deputy Banking Com........... State Capitol,Austin I
Guy H. Heath, Departmental Examiner.. . . State Capitol Austin I
J. A. Pratt, Supervisor of Bldg. & Ln. Div.. . State Capitol.Austin
Tr, ,
J- A. Pratt. Supervisor of Ln. Brok. Div.... State Capitol.Austin !
Utah........... J. A. Malia, State Bank Commissioner,
Room 217. State Capitol Bldg........................Salt Lake City.
H. R. Hurren, Chief Bank Examiner.............. Sait Lake City
I. C. Newlin, Bldg. & Loan Examiner..........Salt Lake City.
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P. E. Roberts, Bank Examiner........................ Bountiful
Vt.................Geo. H. V. Allen, Bank Commissioner,
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St,...................................................................Montpelier.
Kathleen E. O'Leary, Chief Clerk..................Barre.
L. H. Lavalley, Bank Examiner...................... Rutland.
R. D. Watkins, Bank Examiner.......................Barre.
R- L- Kelleher, Bank Examiner........................Montpelier.
Va................ M. E. Bristow, Com. of Ins. & Banking,
1010 State Office Bldg.....................................Richmond.
L. R. Ritchie, Bank Examiner..........................Richmond.
B. J. Woodward, Bank Examiner...................Richmond.
W. R. Gardner, Bank Examiner......................Galax.
C. P. Justis, Bank Examiner.............................Blackstone.
Wm. W. Burke, Asst. Bank Examiner......... Appomattox.
tx. Harwood Bates, Asst. Bank Examiner.. Richmond.
H. M. Thrush, Asst. Bank Examiner............Front Royal.
D. T. Zentmeyer, Asst. Bank Examiner. . .Roanoke.
A. C. Sanders, Asst. Bank Examiner,
1010 State Office Bldg......................................Richmond.
Hinton C. Binford, Asst. Bank Examiner,
1010 State Office Bldg..................................... Richmond.
G. Harold Snead, Asst. Bank Examiner,
1010 State Office Bldg.......................................Richmond.
Wash...........Howard H. Hanson, Supervisor of Banking. Olympia.
J. C. Minshull, Deputy Supervisor of Bank, ing • ............................................................................Olympia.
J. M. Moulton, Asst. Supervisor.....................Spokane.
C. E. Jenks, Asst. Supervisor...........................Waterville.
O. Williams, Bank Examiner............................ Seattle.
A. J. Cotton, Bank Examiner.......................... Seattle.
L. J. Esslinger, Bank Examiner........................Seattle.
Wyo
A. R. Bergman, Bank Examiner......................Chehalis.
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V. E. Rolfe, Bank Examiner..............................Spokane.
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A. V. Shanks, Bank Examiner.......................... Spokane.
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ADDRESS

.. .George Ward, Com. of Banking...................... Charleston
H. P. Brightwell, Bank Examiner...................Charleston.
M. Workman, Bank Examiner......................... Keyser.
C. F. Smith, Bank Examiner.............................West Union.
John J. Nash. Bank Examiner..........................Huntington.
A. M. Gilbert, Bank Examiner...................... Martinsburg.
C. E. Lawhead, Receiver..................................... Clarksburg.
E. L. Morrison. Receiver..................................... Charleston.
E. A. Rinehart, Receiver..................................... Clarksburg.
F. O. Lamb, Receiver............................................ Bluefield.
Bessie Smith, Stenographer................................. Charleston.
Jean Zobrist, Typist................................................ Weston.

.Banking Review Board:
Leo T. Crowley. Chairman........................... Madison.
Chas. J. Kuhnmuench.....................................Milwaukee.
J. F. Schreiner...................................................... Ft. Atkinson.
H. A. Von Oven................................................... Beloit.
John King............................................................... Marathon.
Bank Commission:
Peter A. Cleary, Chairman........................... Milwaukee.
S. N. Schafer, Secretary................................. Madison.
H. F. Ibach............................................................Madison.
Employees:
John A. Bosshard, Review Examiner. . . .Madison.
Thos. Herreid, Director of Scrip Division. Madison.
C. P. Diggles, Supervisor Bldg. & Loan
Div.........................................................................Madison.
I. E. Backus, Bank Examiner...................... Madison.
Harry W. Barney, Bank Examiner...........Madison.
Robt. M. Barney, Asst. Bank Examiner. . Tloricon.
M. C. Benninger, Junior Bank Examiner. Waterloo.
John C. Brown, Asst. Bank Examiner. . . . Labe Geneva.
G. M. Buenzli, Counsel...................................Madison.
S. N. Caldwell, Examiner, Bldg. & Loan .Madison.
F. Dean Cardinal, Asst. Examiner, Bldg.
& Loan................................................................Cudahy.
John F. Doyle, Asst. Examiner, Small
Loans...................................................................Madison.
W. C. Edwards, Bank Examiner................ Madison.
D. Kelly Garrigan, Asst. Examiner,
Bldg. & Loan...................................................Beloit.
Alexander Hagan, Asst. Examiner B. & L. Madison.
Nelson M. Hagan, Asst. Examiner, Bank.Madison.
Emmet G. Hampton, Examiner, B. & L. .Madison.
Wilferd F. Handel, Asst. Bank Examiner. Madison.
T. LeRoy Herreid, Bank Examiner.......... Prairie du Chien.
Omer Houkom, Bank Examiner.................Racine.
C. G. Hyland, Credit Union Organizer. . West Allis
G. W. Jamieson, Bank Examiner.............. Madison.
Roy E. Kileen, Bank Examiner..................La Crosse.
John E. Martin, Legal Counsel...................Milwaukee.
G. M. Matthews, Bank Examiner.............Green Bay.
Theo. M. Meloy, Bank Examiner..............Madison.
Arthur C. Moors, Examiner, B. & L.........Wauwatosa.
Dayton F. Pauls, Asst. Bank Examiner.. Madison.
Herbert E. Platz, Examiner, B. & L.........Milwaukee.
Nelson C. Ploetz, Bank Examiner............. Prairie du Sac.
Thos. M. Purtell, Examiner, B. & L......... Milwaukee.
Earl H. Rothe, Bank Examiner.................. Wauwatosa.
C. T. Shape, Bank Examiner....................... Milwaukee.
G. A. Shape, Bank Examiner....................... Madison.
Clarence O. Steele, Bank Examiner..........Sparta.
Fred C. Teske, Bank Examiner...................Princeton.
G. PI. Vallier, Asst. Bank Examiner......... Milwaukee.
Roman J. Winkowski, Asst. Examiner,
Bldg. & Loan....................................................Milwaukee.
PI. F. Witzig, Bank Examiner...................... Eau Claire.

.A. E. Wilde, State Examiner............................ State Capitol Bldg.
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Cheyenne.
O. E. Bertagnolh, Bank Examiner................. Cheyenne.
Joseph Kershisnik, Examiner.............................. Cheyenne.

LIST OF NATIONAL BANK EXAMINERS AND DISTRICTS
July 1, 1934
Name and Federal
Reserve District

Name and Federal
Reserve District

Address

CHIEF NATIONAL BANK EXAMINER
Folger, W. P...................................Office, Comptroller of the Currency. Wash­
ington, D. C.

ASSISTANT CHIEF NATIONAL BANK EXAMINERS
Crossen, G. W............................... Office Comptroller
ington, D. C.
Hodgson, R. M............................. Office Comptroller
ington, D. C.
McBryde, W. W...........................Office Comptroller
ington, D. C.
Smith, C. F.............................. ...Office Comptroller
ington, D. C.
WUson, C. F...................................Office Comptroller
ington. D. C.

of the Currency, Wash­
of the Currency. Wash­
of the Currency, Wash­
of the Currency, Wash­
of the Currency, Wash­

DISTRICT CHIEF NATIONAL BANK EXAMINERS
(By Federal Reserve Districts)
Williams, F. D. (1).....................Federal Reserve Bank Bldg., Boston. Mass.
Roberts. L. K. (2). .................525 Federal Res. Bk. Bldg., New York, N. Y.
Newnham, Stephen L. (3). . . .2140 Lincoln-Liberty Bldg., Philadelphia Pa.
Ley burn, A. P. (4) .................... 715 Federal Res. Bk. Bldg., Cleveland. Ohio.
Ohorpemng, I. X. (5)..................MetroDolitan Bk. Bldg., Washington, D. O.
Robb EHis D (6).......................303 New P. O. Bldg., Atlanta, Ga.
R. S. Beatty Acting Chief.. . . 164 W. Jackson Blvd., Room 1209, Chicago.Ill
Neul, Robt. (8)............................. 1510 Federal Commerce Trust Bldg., St.
Louis, Mo.
(Rec.) Acting as Receiver of a National Bank.
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Baldridge, W. H. (9)................. 1334 First National Soo Line Bldg., Minnem ,
apolls, Minn.
Wright, Irwin p. (10)
..... .800 Federal Res. Bk. Bldg., Kansas City, Mo.
Comer, Richard H. (11)...........1706 Republic Bank Bldg., Dallas, Texas.
Madland, L. L. (12)..................155 Montgomery St., Rm. 1103, San Fran­
cisco, Calif.

NATIONAL BANK EXAMINERS
Abrahamson, Marshall, (3)... .2140 Lincoln Liberty Bldg., Philadelphia, Pa.
AUen, E. F. (10)..........................800 Federal Res. Bk. Bldg., Kansas City. Mo.
Amrhein, J A. (5)...................... 718 Central N. B. Bldg., Richmond. Va.
Anderson, Glenn E. (10).......... P. O. Box 1546, Muskogee, Okla.
Anderson O. A. (2)....................525 Federal Res. Bldg.. New York. N. Y.
Ashwood, Cecil (2)..................... 1240 Delaware Ave., Buffalo, N. Y.
Bailey, J. L. (5)....................
Baker. W. B. (3)..................
Barnett, Jr., M. L., (5). . .
Basham, A. A. (6).................
Baty, M. R. (7)......................
Baugh, G. W. <7)................. ..
Beaton, Otis W1. (2)............ .
Beatty, Robert S. (7)...........
Becker, Jr., E. J. (10) ....
Beise, S. Clark (12)...............
J. P. Benfer, Jr..............
Bernier, George M. (1)
Bina, James C.................
Bishop, R. O. (F. D. 1
Black, H. W. (2)............
Blanz, W. H. (5)...........

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Address

. .628 P. O. Bldg., Baltimore, Md.
.2140 Lincoln Liberty Bldg., Philadephia, Pa.
..Metropolitan Bk. Bldg., Washington, D. C.
• - 3pl P. O. Bldg., Knoxville, Tenn.
. .P. O. Box 435, Clinton. Iowa.
. .309 New Federal Bldg., Des Moines, Iowa
. .525 Federal Res. Bk. Bldg., New York, N.Y.
. . 164 W. Jackson Blvd., Rm. 1209. Chicago. Ill.
• P. O. Box 1282, Pueblo, Colo.
..155 Montgomery St., Rm. 1103, San Fran­
cisco, Calif.
. - Metropolitan Bank Bldg., Washington, D. C.
. .Federal Reserve Bank Bldg., Boston, Mass.
. .820 Washington Bldg., Washington, D. C.
C.). . .Washington, D. C.
.. 525 Federal Res. Bk. Bldg., New York, N.Y
Metropolitan Bk. Bldg., Washington. D. C.
(U.) Unassigned.

LIST OF NATIONAL BANK EXAMINERS AND DISTRICTS- -Continued
July I, 1934
Name and Federal
Beserve District

Name and Federal
Reserve District

NATIONAL BANK EXAMINERS—Continued
Bleakley B. J. (7)......................164 W. Jackson Blvd., Rm.1209, Chicago, Ill.
Boyle. L. J. (9).............................P. O. Box 471, Fargo, N. D.
Brogan, John C., Jr. (2).......... 525 Federal Reserve Bank Bldg., New York,
Brown H. L. (7)......................... 164 W. Jackson Blvd., Rm. 1209, Chicago, Ill.
Bryan, Charles A. (7)...............164 W. Jackson Blvd.. Rm. 1209, Chicago, Ill.
Burt Ross M. (10)..................... 219 Colorado N. Bk. Bldg., Denver, Colo.
Byrne, James J. (6)....................P. O. Box 231. Montgomery, Ala.
Carter, Aubrey B.........................Treasury Dept., Washington D.C.
Clark Lewis H. (F. D. I. C.). .807 Central National Bank, Richmond, Va.
Clarke, A. A. (4).........................307 Leonard Bldg., Washington Pa.
Clary I. N. (2) .............................525 F. R. B. Bldg., New York, N. Y.
Coffin, G. S. (12)........................155 Montgomery St., Room 1103, San Fran­
cisco, Calif.
Coggins, J. D. (10)................... Box 1091, Oklahoma City. Okla.
Robt. E. Cook (10)................... 800 Fed. Res. Bk. Bldg., Kansas City, Mo.
Cooke A. J. (12)........................403 Empire State Bldg., Spokane, Wash.
Crawford, H. M. (3)..................Box 148, Lancaster Pa.
Cunningham, F. F. (6).............P. O. Box 1175, Lakeland, Fla.
Davenport, H. B. (3)................2140 Lincoln Liberty Bldg., Philadelphia, Pa.
Davis.Linton J.(11) (F.D.I.C.)Dallas, Texas.
De Baun, Claud (2)................... P. O. Box 442, Utica, N. Y.
.
Dolan, Reed..................................Rm. 816 Washington Bldg.,Washington,
D. C.
Donahue, C. A. (12).................. 1107 A. Mattei Bldg., Fresno. Calif.
Donahue. W. H. (10).................800 Federal Res. Bk. Bldg.. Kansas City, Mo.
Donovan, Leo D. (4).................No. 7 P. O. Bldg.. Lima, Ohio.
Dresler H B. (7)........................ 164 W. Jackson Blvd., Rm. 1209, Chicago, Ill.
Dunlap, Thomas C. (3)............2140 Lincoln-Liberty Bldg., Philadelphia, Pa.
Fanning, F. F. (7)...................... 164 W. Jackson Blvd., Rm.

1209,

Chicago,

Faris A. B. (4)............................ P. O. Box 506, Richmond, Ky.
Finney, R. Gordon (3)............. P. O. Box 186. Williamsport Pa.
Fitzgerald, George J. (7)......... 164 W. Jackson Blvd., Rm. 1209, Chicago, II .
Flynn, Bernard M. (7)..............164 W. Jackson Blvd., Rm. 1209, Chicago, Ill.
Foster, C. W. (11)...................... 912 Alamo National Bank Bldg., San An­
tonio. Texas.
Franey, Martin J. (8).............. 1510 Federal Commerce Trust Bldg., St.
Louis, Mo.
Frank, Elliot W. (8)................... 1510 Federal Commerce Trust Bldg., St.
Louis, Mo.
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Francis, C. C. (2)........................ 525 Fed. Res. Bk. Bldg., New York, N. Y.
Fraser, J. A. (R.F.C.)...............Washington, D. O.
Freeman, O. M. (1)....................205 Governor St.. Providence, R. I.
French, Horace S. (7) .............. 164 W. Jackson Blvd., Rm. 1209, Chicago, Ill,
Frldstrom, W. C. (1)................. 335 Federal Bldg., Hartford, Conn.
Fuller Harry R. (7)................... P. O. Box 592, Indianapolis, Ind.
Funsten, W.P. (12) (F.D.I.C.). Los Angeles, Calif.
Gaffney, I. F. (4).........................Rm. 32 P. O. Bldg., Columbus, Ohio.
Galvin. E. H. (12).......................155 Montgomery St., Room 1103, San
Francisco, Calif.
Gentry J. H. (9)......................... 9 Midland Bk. Bldg., Billings, Mont.
Gilbert, H. B. (11)......................P. O. Box 1254, Wichita Falls, Texas.
Goodhart R W............................Care of Div. of Insolvent National Banks,
Office of Comptroller of the Currency,
Treas. Dept., Washington. D. C.
Gray W. M. (Rec.l.................... Care of First National Bk., Blythe, Calif.
Green, A. W. (1)......................... Fed. Reserve Bk. Bldg., Boston, Mass.
Griffin Gerald (1)....................... 22 West St., Suite E., Rutland, Vt,
Gruetzner, V. G. (2).................. 525 F. R. B. Bldg., New York, N. Y.
Guiles, F. A. (6).......................... P. O. Box 822, Nashville, Tenn.
Haggard. H. (8).......................... 1510 Fed. Com. Trust. Bldg., St. L. Mo.
Harrison H. G. (8).....................601 West Oak St., Oarbondale, Ill.
Hartman, Chas. H. (3)............. 905 Tunbridge Road, Yeadon, Pa.
Hauschild, L. P. (4)................... P. O. Box 44, Greensburg, Pa.
Hawkins, J. W. (11).................. P. O. Box 1223, Shreveport La.
Hecht, L. C. W. (8)................... 1510 Federal Commerce Trust Bldg., St.
Louis, Mo.
Hedrick G. C. (11)....................1706 Republic Bk. Bldg., Dallas, Tex.
Hooker, Robert K. (8)..............P. O. Box 482, Evansville, Ind.
Hooper Marshall (12).............. 212 Federal Bldg., Sacramento, Calif.
Hopkins,RabyL.(7) (F.D.T.C.)502 State St., Madison, Wis.
Horton B. E. (11)...................... P- O. Box 556, Corsicana, Texas.
Hotchk’in, Paul L. (2)............... 326 Ten Eyck St., Watertown. N. Y.
Huck, Wm. F. (9)....................... 1334 First National Soo Line Bldg., Minne­
apolis, Minn.
Hudspeth, J. W. (2)...................525 F. R. B. Bldg., New York. N. Y.
Hurley, Michael J. (1).............. Federal Reserve Bank Bldg., Boston, Mass.
Hutt, William E. (11)...............Sherman, Texas.

Murphy, D. F. (1)......................Federal Reserve Bank Bldg., Boston, Mass.
Murrav M W.............................164 W. Jackson Blvd., Room 1209, Chicago.
111.
Nelson, F. S. (10)....................... 202 Federal Bldg., Grand Island. Neb.
Nelson, Nels (9)...........................1334 First National Soo Line Bldg., Minne­
apolis, Minn.
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Nielson. Geo. W. (2)................. 525 Federal Reserve Bldg.. New York, N. Y.
Norman, Louis A. (4)................715 F. R. B. Bldg., Cleveland, Ohio.
North, R. B. (10)........................ P. O. Box 1920, Wichita, Kan.
O’Brien, L. J. (7)........................ P. O. Box 753, Sioux City, Iowa.
Ockershausen, F. C. (5)........... P. O. Box 958, Charlotte, N. C.
O'Conner, T. J. (2).....................P. O. Box 561, Syracuse, N. Y.
O'Grady, R. D. (4).....................601 F. R. B. Bldg. Pittsburgh, Pa.
O'son W. W. (9)........................201 Security Nat’l. Bk. Bldg., Sioux Falls. S. D.
O’Meara, William F. (7)......... 164 W. Jackson Blvd., Room 1209, Chicago,
Oyen, Finn (9)..............................P. O. Box 471, Fargo, N. D.
Palmer. R. E. A. (12)...............In care of Federal Reserve Bank, Salt Lake
City, Utah.
Patterson, Donald (2)...............525 F. R. B. Bldg., New York, N. Y.
Patterson, T. C. (11)................. P. O. Box 1471 Abilene, Tex.
Patterson. Virgil P. (11). . . ’. .1706 Republic Bank Bldg., Dallas, Texas.
Pendleton, G. A. (5)..................Metropolitan Bank Bldg., Washington, D.C.
Penn. D. V. (2)............................525 Federal Res. Bk. Bldg., New York, N. Y.
Peterson F. R. (2).....................525 Federal Res. Bk. Bldg., New York. N. Y.
Pierce W. W. (11)......................Federal Reserve Bank Bldg., Houston, lex.
Pole, John H. (4)........................ P. O. Box 14, Mansfield, O.
Powell, A. L. (5).........................Metropolitan Bank Bldg., Washington, D. C.
Price A E (12) ........................ 639 H. W. Ilellman Bldg., Los Angeles, Calif.
Prick’ett. Karl E. (2)................ 525 Federal Res. Bk. Bldg., New York, N. Y.
Quinn, H. F. (7)..........................le^ W. Jackson Blvd., Room 1209, Chicago,
Rafter. Charles T. (10)............ P. O. Box 551, Cheyenne, Wyo.
Ransom F T. (3)...................... 2140 Lincoln-Liberty Bldg., Philadelphia, Pa.
Rasmussen, L. I. (12)............... 639 H. W. Heilman Bldg., Los Angeles, Calif.
Rees, Frank A. (10)................... 800 Federal Reserve Bank Bldg., Kansas City,
Reitz H A. (2)............................525 Federal Res. Bk. Bldg., New York, N.Y.
Reynolds, J. R. (2)....................P. O. Box 221, Albany, N. Y.
Rhinehart. H. A. (5).................P. O. Box 958, Charlotte, N. O.
Rice, Turner, Jr. (6)..................303 New P. O. Bldg., Atlanta, Ga.
Roberts, Jr., L. K. (1).............. Federal Res. Bk. Bldg., Boston, Mass.
Robinson F. F. (7)....................164 West Jackson Blvd., Rm. 1209, Chicago.
Robinson. H. P. (2)................... 525 Federal Res. Bk. Bldg., New York. N.Y.
Robinson, H. S. (10)................. P. O. Box 415, Clinton, Okla.
Roetzel G. F. (F. D. I. C.). .905 Fed. Res. Bk. Bldg., Kansas City, Mo.
Rossman, R. (R. F. C.)............ Washington, D. C.
Rummel, John T. (12)..............514 P. O. Bldg., Portland, Ore.
Sailer, Richard II. (2).............. 525 F. R. B. Bldg. New York, N Y
Sales J. A. (2).......................;.. 525 Federal Res. Bk. Bldg., New York, N. Y.
Sanders J. L. (7).........................P. O. Box 592, Indianapolis, Ind.
Sandlin, W. A. (11)....................912 Alamo National Bank Bldg., San Antonio,
Tex.
Schechter, W. J. (7) (Rec.).. .Care 'Washington Park National Bank,
Chicago, Ill.
Schofield. John W. (U.)............1539 Hayworth Ave., Hollywood, Calif.
Seabury, R. M. (R. F. C.). . .Washington, D. C.
.
Sedlacek L H. (12)...................155 Montgomery St., San Francisco, Calif.
Sevison, Henry (8)..................... 434 Federal Bldg., Little Rock, Ark.
Shanley F W (12) . . ..........155 Montgomery St.., San Francisco, Calif.
Shannon, Clyde (11)..................1706 Republic Bank Bldg., Dallas^ Tex.
Shapirer, Leo. (12)......................219 P. O. Bldg., Klamath Falls, Ore.
Sibley W. L. (11)....................... P. O. Box 1584, Waco, Texas.
Smith E T (4)...........................P. O. Box 463, Columbus, Ohio.
Smith! Geo. F. (3).......................P. O. Box 981, Harrisburg. Pa.
Snead, A. K., Jr., (6)................ 303 New P. O. Bldg., Atlanta, Ga.
Snyder, Vernon G. (3)............. P. O. Box 231, Sunbury, Pa.
Spendrup, Max V. (12)............639 H. W. Heilman Bldg., Lqs Angeles, Calif.
Starkey, Gordon E. (4)............P. O. Box 473, Newcastle Pa.
Starr, Douglas O. (5).................Daniel Boone Hotel Charleston, W. Va.
Stevens L T. (9).........................4929 Pleasant Ave., South, Minneapolis,Minn.
Stewart,’, Adelia M....................... Rm. 327, Office of Comptroller of Currency,
Treas. Dept., Washingtdn, D. C.
Stewart H. E. (2).....................525 Fed. Res. Bk. Bldg., New York, N. Y.
Steyart F. R. (2)..................... 525 Federal Res. Bk. Bldg., New York, N. Y.
Stroefer, L. F. (F. D. I. C.). .Mansfield, Ohio.
Stuart, Robt. K. (7)...................906 Michigan Ave., Evanston, Ill.
Sutton, Ernest P., (6)............... 303 New P. O. Bldg., Atlanta, Ga.
Swensen. Loren T. (3)...............P. O. Box 127, Altoona, Pa.
Taylor O. C. (12).......................2730 So. Normandie St., LoS Angeles, Calif.
Taylor’, w’m.M. (5) (F.D.I.C.)Washington, D. C.
Tolton. A. F. (12)........................639 H. W. Heilman Bldg., Los Angeles, Calif.
Underwood, C. E. (4)................715 F. R. B. Bldg., Cleveland, Ohio
Underwood, M. L. (8)...............1510 Federal Commerce Trust Bldg. St.
Louis, Mo.
Van Auken, L. C. (4)................ P- O. Box 14, Mansfield, Ohio
Van Brunt, L. J. (9) (F.D.I.C).. 1716 St. Anthony Ave., St. Paul, Minn.
Vandoren, W. T. (5)..........;.. .Metropolitan Bank Bldg., Washington, D. C.
Voight Howell, B. (1)...............The Carpenter, Manchester, N. H.
Vonarb, E. A. (8)........................ 1510 Fed. Commerce Trust Bldg., St. Louis,
Mo.
Von Birgelen, F. M. (9)...........1334 First National Soo Line Bldg., Minne­
apolis, Minn.

Ickler, L. H.. Jr. (9)...................320 Federal Bldg., Duluth, Minn.
Jennings, Irwin L. (2).............. 525 F. R. B. Bldg., New York N. Y.
Jorres, G. W. (12).......................639 II. W. Heilman Bldg., Los Angeles, Calif.
Kane. W. W. (8)......................... 5381 Pershing Ave., St. Louis, Mo.
Kellogg. Preston P. (4)............715 Federal Reserve Bank Bldg., Cleve­
land, O.
Ketner, John H. (3)................... 428 Carsonia Ave., Pennside, Reading. Pa.
Krippel F. W................................824 Washington Bldg., Washington, D. C.
Kuchins, C. R. (6)..................... 303 New P. O. Bldg., Atlanta, Ga.

Waldron, W. J. (12)...................205 P. O. Bldg., Santa Ana, Calif.
Walker Harry W. (4)...............715 Federal Reserve Bank Bldg., Cleveland O.
Walker’ Hugh M. (4)............... P. O. Box 621. Cincinnati, Ohio.
Ward, M. M. (R.F. C.)............Washington, D C.
Watts. John L. (2)......................525 Fed. Res. Bk. Bldg., New York. N. Y.
West, Franklin P. (2)................ 525 F. R. B. Bldg., New York. N. Y.
West H B (10) ........................1091 P. O. Box, Oklahoma City, Okla.
Wetzel, Adam (2)........................525 Federal Reserve Bank Bldg., New York,
N. Y.
Wilde Max C. (12)....................522 Central Bldg., Seattle, Wash.
Williams, E. L. (10)................... P. O. Box 296, Salina. Kan.
Williams, Thomas M. (5).... Care Stonewall Jackson Hotel, Clarksburg.
W. Va.
Williams, William A. (11). . . .907 Alamo National Bank Bldg., San Antonio,
Texas.
Wilson E. B. (2)......................... P. O. Box 607, Albany, N. Y.
Wilson’ G. R. (7)........................ 801 Central N. Bk. Bldg., Peoria, Ill.
Witt G. T. (11)..........................P. O. Box 1231, Amarillo, Tex.
Wood Cliff (8)............................. 434 Federal Bldg., Little Rock, Ark.
Wood’ D R. (5).......................... Pulaski National Bank Bldg., Pulaski, Va.
Woodside, Hal (8)...................... 1248 Washington Ave., Springfield, Mo.
Wray, H. L. (9)............................1334 First National Soo Line Bldg., Minne­
apolis, Minn.
Wright, E. M. (12) F.D.I.C.) .Salt Lake City, Utah.
, , , . _
Wylie Robert W. (3)............... 2140 Lincoln-Liberty Bldg., Philadelphia, Pa.

Lamb Ernest (11)..................... 1706 Republic Bank Bldg., Dallas, Tex.
Lammond, W. M. (6)............... P. O. Box 1364, New Orleans, La.
Larsen, Walter (2)......................20 Lafayette Ave., Kingston, N. Y.
Le Fevre, Lester G. (9)............1334 First National Soo Line Bldg., Minne­
apolis, Minn.
Lewis, Wm. H. (6)..................... P. O. Box 67 Albany, Ga.
Linden C. C. (5)....................... Metropolitan Bank Bldg., Washington, D. C.
Logan J. M. (Rec.).................. Care of First National Bank, Charlotte, N. O.
Lorang P. J. (2)..........................525 Fed. Res. Bk. Bldg., New York, N. Y.
Luiken, John B. (6)................... 260 P. O. Bldg., Birmingham, Ala.
Lyon, C. W. (10).........................P. O. Box 135, Norfolk. Neb.
McCall W. P. (1)....................... Federal Reserve Bank Bldg., Boston, Mass.
McCans, A. B. (2)......................525 Fed. Res. Bk. Bldg., New York. N. Y.
McClain J S. (6).......................303 New Post Office Bldg., Atlanta, Ga.
McCoy, Thomas P. (12)............ 522 Central Bldg., Seattle, Wash.
McLaren D D (9) ...............1334 First National Sioux Line Bldg., Minpls.
McLean, C. H. (12) (F.D.I.C) Seattle^ Wash.
McLean, Roger A. (7)...............P. O. Box 115, Springfield Ill.
Male W N (10)........................ 800 Fed. Res. Bk. Bldg., Kansas City, Mo.
Martin, Albert J. (11)............... 1706 Republic Bank Bldg., Dallas Tex.
Miller. Charles J. (4)................. 715 Fed. Res. Bk. Bldg., Cleveland, Ohio.
Miller P V (10) ...................... 800 Federal Res. Bk. Bldg.. Kansas City, Mo.
Morgan, C. E. (12).....................155 Montgomery St., Room 1103, San
Francisco, Calif.
Morgan W M. (Rec.)............. Care Henderson National Bank, Henderson,
Ky.
(Rec.) Acting as Receiver of a National Bank.
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Address

Young, William R. (8)............. P. O. 1596, Memphis, Tenn.

(J.G.) National Bank Examiner, Junior Grade.

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VALUES OF FOREIGN MONEYS

Treasury Department,

officb of the secretary.
Wathington, D.
July 1% 1934

, Pursuant to Section 522, Title IV, of the Tariff Act of 1930, reenacting Section 25 of the Act of August 27,
1894, as amended, the following estimates by the Director of the Mint of the values of foreign monetary units are
hereby proclaimed to be the values of such units in terms of the money of account of the United States that
are to be followed in estimating the value of all foreign merchandise exported to the United States during the
quarter beginning July 1, 1934, expressed in any such foreign monetary units: Provided, however, That if no
such value has been proclaimed, or if the value so proclaimed varies by five per centum or more from a value
measured by the buying rate in the New York market at noon on the day of exportation, conversion shall be
made at a value measured by such buying rate, as determined and certified by the Federal Reserve Bank of
N,eT
Published by the Secretary of the Treasury pursuant to the provisions of Section 522, Title IV.
of the Tariff Act of 1930.

T. J. Coolidge, Acting Secretary of the Treasury.

COUNTRY.
Argentine Republic..

Legal Standard
- Gold_______

J

Value in
Monetary Unit. Terms of
U.S.
Money.

Peso______ ___

$1.6835

___

Schilling .______
Relca . ..............
Boliviano ___ ___

.2382
.2354
.6180

- Gold ___

___

Milreis _

.2025

1- Gold .......

.......

Pound sterling ___
Dollar ... . . ...
Lev______ ______
Dollar
.
Peso________ __

Austria___________
Belgium___________

__ Gold _
Gold
_ Gold _

Brazil.
asia and Africa.
British Honduras.
Bulgaria_______
Canada_________
Chile----------------

- Gold _______
Gold
- Gold ___
___
- Gold ......
.......

Yuan, prior to
March. 1933.
Yuan, established
March 3. 1933....

8.2397

.3468
.3409

Gold
___
Gold . .. ....
_ Gold .

Greece_____
Guatemala__
Haiti_______

_ Gold ______
Drachma _______
. Gold.....................
. Gold__________

Denmark_________
Dominican Republic
Ecuador___ _____ _

Franc__________
Pound sterling ___

.0663
.4033
8.2397
.0220

.2000

Gold__________
Gold
____

.8466
.2961

India [British]..
In do-China___
Italy________

Gold...................... Rupee___
__
Gold.................. Piaster______
Gold__________

.6180
.6633
.0891

Japan ...___ _
Latvia..............
Liberia______

Gold
. __ . . Yen.......................
Gold__________ Tilt ___
Gold__________

..8440
.3267
1.6931

Lithuania_____

Mexico_______

Gold__________ Litas__ _____ _
Gold.................. Peso____ _ _ .

.1693
.8440

Netherlands and colonies
Newfoundland_________
Nicaragua_________ ___ _

Gold
__ _
Gold...................... Dollar_________
Gold __________

.6806
1.6931
1.6933

Norway________________
Panama________________
Paraguay______________

.4537
1.6933
1.6135

Persia____ ___________

Gold__________ Krone____
Gold_____ .
Balboa
Gold ..... ............ Peso (Argentine)..
Gold______ . Rial

Pern____________ _
Philippine Islands_____
Poland_______________

Gold__________ Sol
Gold____ ____ Pftfln
Gold...................... Zlotv

.4740
.8466
.1899

Portugal______________
Rumania___________ __

Gold...................... Escudo ______
Gold..................... Leu____

.0748

Salvador_____________
Siam______________ __
Spain_________________

Gold...................... Colon_________
Gold...................... Baht (Tical)____
Gold...................... ’eseta ___

.8466
.7491
.3267

Straits Settlements_____
Sweden_______________
Switzerland___________

Gold......................
Gold..................... Krona ...
Gold...................... ■Trane_________

.9613
.4537
.3267

Turkey______ _________
Union of Soviet Republics
Uruguay______________
Venezuela_____________
Yugoslavia____________

Gold.....................
Gold__________
Gold.....................
Gold.....................
Gold.....................


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Dinar......................
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The Yuan (sometimes known as Yuan dollar) of 100
fen (cents) is the monetary unit minted by the Cen­
tral Government of the Republic.

Old Mexican dollars only, issued prior to 1918.
Currency; Government paper and silver.
Law establishing conversion office fixes ratio 4 colons
(nongold) -SI.
By law of May 25. 1934.
Effective February 17, 1954.
U. S. money is principal circulating medium.

Obligation to sell gold at legal monetary par sus­
pended, effective Sept. 21,1931.

1.6931

Honduras_____
Hungary______

Piaster_________
jhervonetz _____
3eso_
.. _.

Currency; Government paper; ratio of 8 paper to 1
gold milreis for collection of taxes and duties de­
creed Nov. 22, 1933.

.0122

France_____
Germany----Great Britain.

Cuba ...............
Czechoslovakia.

1 belga equals 5 Belgian paper francs.
13bolivianos equal 1 pound sterling.

1.6931

Egypt....
Estonia_
Finland..

Colombia_____
Costa Rica___

Currency; Paper normally convertible at 44 % of face
value.

1.6931
.2060

Silver
J
(Stated valuesare
estimated market
values, in gold, of
fHongkong
silver content of Dollar-? British ... J .3520
units.)
1
(.Mexican..
.3546
. Gold__________ Peso_____ ___
1.6479
. Gold...................... Colon.__ ______
.7879
_ Gold...................... Peso_______ _
1.0000
. Gold . - _____ Krone .
.0418
_ Gold „ . .......
.4537
. Gold......................
1.6931
_ Gold
______
.3386
_ Gold
Pound (100 piasters) 8.3692
. Gold...................... Kroon.____ ___
.4537
Gold . .. ____
.0426

China.

Remarks.

.0824

Currency; National bank notes redeemable on demand
in American dollars.

British money only is used.
By law of July 25.1931, gold has no legal tender status
but it may be held as monetary reserve for use in
foreign exchange operations.

Depreciated Paraguayan paper currency is used.
Rial currency effective March 21, 1932, with 1 rial
equivalent to 1 kran of old system.

.0101

.0744
8.7123
1.7511
.3267
.0298

Valuation is for gold peseta; currency is notes of the
Bank of Spain.

(100 piasters equal to the Turkish £,)
Currency: Inconvertible paper.

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Numerical System of the A. B. A.
N 1911 the American Bankers Association adopted what is known as the
“Numerical Transit System,” which has proved of great benefit to the
banking world.

I

The Clearing House Section of the Association, realizing the necessity
for a uniform system of bank numbers, called a meeting in Chicago, Decem­
ber 12 and 13, 1910, to evolve a plan and work out the details of numbering
all the banks in the country. The Executive Council of the American
Bankers Association at its meeting in Nashville, May 2, 1911, unanimously
adopted the System devised by the committee and authorized the publication
of the A. B. A. KEY BOOK containing the names of the banks and the
numbers assigned.

EXPLANATION OF SYSTEM
The reserve cities were each designated by a prefix number, with the
exception of Brooklyn, which was included with New York City, Kansas
City, Kan., which wras included with Kansas City, Mo., and South Omaha,
which was included with Omaha. Buffalo, N. Y., and Memphis, Tenn., on
account of their size and importance as banking centers were included with
the reserve cities. The cities were numbered from 1 to 49, inclusive, in the
order of their population according to the Government Census of 1910. The
lower numbers were thus assigned to the larger cities.
The Treasurer and Assistant Treasurers of the United States and the Post
Offices were also numbered in these cities.
The state prefix numbers, together with clearing house numbers, were
used in numbering the banks in the largest city in each state other than the
reserve cities, all other cities being designated by the use of the state prefix
and the numbers given to the banks, which are continued in the relative
order of the population of the cities in each state. Each bank is numbered in
consecutive order according to seniority in each city or town, excepting in
towns having only one bank, in which case the banks are numbered in
alphabetical order according to towns.
Rand M9Nally & Co. of Chicago, publishers of the Key to Numerical
System of The American Bankers Association, assign numbers to new banks
as they are organized and supply, upon request, the number of any bank
which does not appear in the Key.
Supplements containing all changes which have taken place since any
previous issue of the Key are furnished free to subscribers.
The Sixteenth Edition was published May 23, 1934.


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TABLE OF CARDINAL NUMBERS AND COMMERCIAL TERMS IN TEN LANGUAGES

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19

20
21
30
40
50

One.....................
Two...................
Three.................
Four...................
Five...................
Six......................
Seven .................
Eight .................
Nine...................
Ten.....................
Eleven...............
Twelve...............
Thirteen.............
Fourteen...........
Fifteen...............
Sixteen...............
Seventeen...........
Eighteen.............
Nineteen.............
Twenty...............
Twenty-one........
Thirty...............
Forty.................
Fifty...................

GERMAN.

FRENCH.

ENGLISH.

TTn

Fiinf

PORTUGUESE.

DUTCH.

Uno...................
Don....................
Tres.................
Ouatro...............
CJinen ...............
Seis
...
Siete .................

Uno.....................
Due.....................
Tre.....................
Quattro.............
Cinque...............
Sei.......................
Sette...................
Otto...................
Nove...................
Dieci...................
Undici.................
Dodici................
Tredici...............
Quattordici........
Quindici............. ■
Sedici.................
Diciassette.........
Diciotto.............
Diciannove........
Venti..................
Venti’uno...........
Trenta ...............
Quaranta...........
Cinquanta.........

Um.....................
Dois...................
Tres....................
Quatro...............
Cinco..................
Seis....................
Sete.....................
Oito....................
Nove...................
Dez....................
Onze...................
Doze...................
Treze.................
Quatorze.............
Quinze...............
Dezeseis.............
Dezesete.............
Dezoito...............
Dezenove...........
Vinte..................
Vinte um...........
Trinta................
Quarenta...........
Cincoenta .........

Een.....................
Twee...................
Drie....................
Vier....................
Vijf.....................
Zes......................
Zeven .................
Acht...................
Negen.................
Tien...................
Elf......................
Twaalf...............
Dertien...............
Veertien.............
Vijftien..............
Zestien...............
Zeventien...........
Achtien...............
Negentien.........
Twintig.......
Enen Twintig...
Dertig.................
Veertig...............
Vijftig.................

Nueve................
Elf

Done...................
Treize................. Dreizehn............. Trece.................
Quatorze........... Vierzehn............. Catorce...............
Diez y seis.........
Diez y siete........
Diez y ocho.......
Diez y nueve....
Veinte................
Vingt-et-un........ Ein und zwanzig. Veinte y uno....

Seize...................
Dix-sept.............
Dix-huit.............
Dix-neuf.............

Sechzehn...........
Siebzehn.............
Achtzehn...........
Neunzehn...........

Eighty ...............
Ninety ...............
Hundred.............
Thousand........... Mille
Tae
Day....................
Week..................
Month...............
Year...................
On demand....... A presentation.. Nach Sicht, orbei
Vorzeigung.
At, night.............
After sight.........
After date......... A jours de date.. Nach Dato, or
nach Heute.
Pay to the order Payez k l’ordre.. Fur mich, or uns
an anweisung.
I promise to pay
den wirbezahlen
With interest... Avec interets.. . Mit Zinsen.


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ITALIAN.

n;v

60 Sixty...................
70 Seventy ............. OUIAmUuC 111A • • • •
80
90
100
1000

SPANISH.

Seaent.a............... Sessanta............. Sessenta............. Zestig.................
Set.t.ant.a............. Setenta............... Zeventig.............
Ottant.a.............
Nnvanta...........
Cien................. Cento.................
Mille...................
Mil.........
Giorno...............
Dfa...........
Semana............... Settimana.........
Mes................... Mese...................
Afio..................... Anno...................
A presentacidn .. A presentazione.

Oitenta...............
Noventa.............
Cem...................
Mil....................
Dia....................
Semana...............
Mez....................
Anno..................
A presenta$ao...

SWEDISH.

DANISH.

RU88LAN.

En.........................
................. Tvi.......................
Tre.......................
Fire..................... Fyra.....................
Fern....................... Fern.......................
Sex..................... Sex.........................
Sw........................ Sju..........................
Atta.......................
Ni ....................... Nio.........................
............. Tio......................
Ti

To

Tri
Pvnt

Dvyenadtsat....
Tridnadtsat.......
Chetirnadsat....
Pyatnadtsat.......
Shestnadsat.......
Semnadtsat.......
Vosemnadtsat...
Devyatnadtsat..

Tolv
Tretten.................
Fjorten.................
Femten.................
Sytten...................
Atten...................
Nitten...................

Dvadtsat-odin .. En og Tyve.........
Fyrretyve............
Sorok .............
Pyatdesyat.......... Halvtredsindstvve...................
Shestdesyat........ Tredsindstyve. ..
Semdesyat........... Halvfjerdsmdstyve.
Vosemdesyat.... Firsindstyve ....
Devyanosto........ Halvfemsindstyve
Hundrede.............

Tachtig...............
Negentig...........
Honderd.............
Duizend.............
Dag....................
Week.................. Nedelya
Maand................
Jaar.................... God
Op vertoon........ Po trebovaniyu..

Tusinde...............
Dage.....................

Elfva...................
Tolf.....................
Tretton.................
Fjorton .................
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Reserves Required to be held by members in Federal Reserve Bank
Banks Not in Reserve or
Central Reserve City
7% of Net Demand Deposits
3% of Time Deposits

Reserve City Banks
10% of Net Demand
Deposits
3% of Time Deposits

Central Reserve City
Banks
13% of Net Demand Deposits
3% of Time Deposits

Central Reserve Cities
2. NEW YORK CITY*

...

7. CHICAGO**

Reserve Cities
6.
Br.5.
Br.6.
1.
Br.2.
Br.5.
Br.4.
4.
11.
Br.10.
Br.7.
Br.ll.

Br.9.
Br.ll.
Br.6.
10.
Br;8.
Br.12.
Br.8.
Br.8.

Atlanta, Ga.
Baltimore, Md.
Birmingham, Ala.
Boston, Mass.
Buffalo, N. Y.
Cedar Rapids, Iowa
Charlotte, N. C.
Cincinnati, O.
Cleveland, O.
Columbus, O.
Dallas, Texas
Denver, Colo.
Des Moines, Iowa
Detroit, Mich.
Dubuque, Iowa
El Paso, Texas
Fort Worth, Texas
Galveston, Texas
Grand Rapids, Mich.
Helena, Mont.
Houston, Texas
Indianapolis, Ind.
Jacksonville, Fla.
Kansas City, Kan.
Kansas City, Mo.
Lincoln, Neb.
Little Rock, Ark.
Los Angeles, Cal.
Louisville, Ky.
Memphis, Tenn.
Milwaukee, Wis.

9. Minneapolis, Minn.
Br.6. Nashville, Tenn.
Br.6. New Orleans, La.
Oakland, Cal.
Ogden, Utah
Br.10. Oklahoma City,Okla.
Br.10. Omaha, Neb.
Peoria, Ill.
3. Philadelphia, Pa.
Br.4. Pittsburgh, Pa.
Br.12. Portland, Ore.
Pueblo, Colo.
5. Richmond, Va.
St. Joseph, Mo.
8. St. Louis, Mo.
St. Paul, Minn.
Br.12. Salt Lake City,Utah
Br.ll. San Antonio, Texas
12. San Francisco, Cal.
Ag’y 6.Savannah, Ga.
Br.12. Seattle, Wash.
Sioux City, Iowa
Br.12. Spokane, Wash.
Toledo, Ohio
Topeka, Kan.
Tulsa, Okla.
Waco, Texas
Washington, D. C.
Wichita, Kan.

Those cities which are preceded by a number only are Federal Reserve
Bank cities and the number in each instance is the District number
in which the city is located. Br. signifies that a branch bank is
located in that city. Ag’y signifies that an agency is located in
that city.
*New York-Member banks in the Borough of Manhattan, or
located in other boroughs and having branches in Manhattan, are
subject to the full reserve. Member banks located in the Boroughs of
Brooklyn and the Bronx, or located in the Boroughs of Richmond
and Queens and having branches in the Boroughs of Brooklyn or the
Bronx, are subject to the reserve requirements of a reserve city (10%
of demand and 3% of time). Member banks located in the Boroughs
of Richmond and Queens (having no branches in other boroughs) are
subject to a reserve of 7% against demand and 3% against time.
**Certain outlying banks have been authorized to carry the same
reserves as reserve city banks.
***Certain outlying banks have been authorized to carry same re­
serves as banks located outside reserve and central reserve cities.

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FEDERAL RESERVE BANK INFORMATION

FEDERAL RESERVE BOARD
WASHINGTON, D. C.

___________________ , Governor
CHARLES S. HAMLIN
ADOLPH C. MILLER
GEORGE R. JAMES
J. J. THOMAS
M. S. SZYMCZAK

Ex-officio Members
HENRY MORGENTHAU, Jr.,
Secretary of the Treasury, Chairman.
J. F. T. O’CONNOR,
Comptroller of the Currency.

E. A. GOLDENWEISER, Director, Division
of Research and Statistics.

H. WARNER MARTIN,
Assistant to the Governor
CHESTER MORRILL, Secretary
J. C. NOELL, Assistant Secretary.
L. P. BETHEA, Assistant Secretary.
S. R. CARPENTER, Assistant Secretary.
WALTER WYATT, General Counsel.
GEORGE B. VEST, Assistant Counsel.
LEO H. PAULGER, Chief, Division of Ex­
aminations.
FRANK J. DRINNEN, Federal Reserve Ex
aminer.

CARL E. PARRY, Assistant Director, Divi­
sion of Research and Statistics.
. . ,.v. .-'A /.'

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E. L. SMEAD, Chief, Division of Bank
Operations.
J. R. VAN FOSSEN, Assistant Chief, Divis­
ion of Bank Operations.
O. E. FOULK, Fiscal Agent.
JOSEPHINE E. LALLY, Deputy Fiscal Agent.

FEDERAL ADVISORY COUNCIL—(1934)
SALOMON A. SMITH,
Chicago, District No. 7
WALTER W. SMITH, President,
St. Louis, District No. 8
THEODORE WOLD,
Minneapolis, District No. 9
W. T. KEMPER,
Kansas City, District No. 10
J. H. FROST, Dallas, District No. 11
M, A. ARNOLD,
San Francisco, District No. 12

THOMAS M. STEELE, Boston, District No. 1
WALTER E. FREW,
New York, District No. 2
HOWARD A. LOEB, Vice President,
Philadelphia, District No. 3
H. C. McELDOWNEY,
Cleveland, District No. 4
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HOWARD BRUCE, Richmond, District No. 5

H. LANE YOUNG, Atlanta, District No. 6
WALTER LICHTENSTEIN, Secretary

(Combined, statement of the assets and liabilities of the twelve Federal Reserve Banks as of July 18, 1934)
(In thousands of dollars)

RESOURCES

LIABILITIES
F. R. notes in actual circulation.................

Gold Certificates on hand and due from
U. S. Treasury.......................................... $4,847,634
Redemption fund—F. R. Notes..............
25,003
Other cash............ .
i... i. .... /. < 228,824

$3,084,823

F. R. bank notes circulation, net.................................

38,560

i“

Deposits:
Member bank—reserve account..........................................

3,987,312

U. S. Treasurer—General account......................................

21,340

Foreign bank..........................................................................

5,285

Other deposits.........................................................................

216,693

Total deposits..................................

$4,230,630

Deferred availability items....... ......................

463,920

Capital paid in............................................................................

147,306

Surplus.........................................................................................

138,383

Reserve for contingencies......................................................

22,541

All other liabilities.....................................................................

Total reserves.............................................. $5,101,461
Redemption Fund—F. R. bank notes ...
Bills discounted:
Secured by U. S. Govt, obligations.....
Other bills discounted................

24,167


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5,o36
17,716

Total bills discounted.........................
Bills bought in open market......................
U. S. Government securities:
Bonds..........................................
Treasury notes..............................
Certificates and bills...............................

$

Total U. S. Govt, securities..............
Other securities.................................

$2,431,787
483

Total bills and securities...........
Due from foreign banks.............................
F. R. notes of other banks. .......................
Uncollecteditems..........1........... ................
Bank premises................
All other resources......................................

$2,460,781
3,139
18,980
459,915
52,719
50,339

TOTAL RESOURCES................

TOTAL LIABILITIES.................................................... $8,150,330

$ 2,996

23,252
5,259
467,805
1,252,331
711,651

$8,150,330

FEDERAL RESERVE BANK INFORMATION
DISTRICT No* 1—Bank Located at Boston

(Transit Number 5-1)

30 Pearl St.

TERRITORY IN DISTRICT—Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont. Massachusetts. Rhode Island, and Connectioui;
except Fairfield County. Membership: National Banks 326; State Banks 47. Total 373.

DIRECTORS
CLASS A:—ALFRED L. RIPLEY (1935), Boston; F. S. CHAMBERLAIN (1934), New Britain, Conn.
CLASS B:—PHILIP R. ALLEN (1935), East Walpole, Mass.; EDWARD S. FRENCH (1934), Springfield, Vermont;
EDWARD J. FROST (1936), Boston, Mass.
CLASS C:—FREDERIC H. CURTISS (1935), Boston, Chairman of Board and Federal Reserve Agent;
ALLEN HOLLIS (1936), Concord, N. H., Deputy Chairman; C. H. MERRIMAN (1934) Providence.

OFFICERS
ROY A. YOUNG, Governor; WILLIAM W PADDOCK. Deputy Governor; WILLIAM WILLETT Cashier; KRICKEL
K. CARRICK, Secretary and General Counsel; FREDERIC H. CURTISS. Federal Reserve Agent; CHARLES F.
GETTEMY, Assistant Federal Reserve Agent, WILLIAM D. McRAE, Assistant Federal Reserve Agent.
ASSISTANT CASHIERS:—ELLIS G. HULT, ERNEST M. LEAVITT, CARL B. PITMAN, and L. WALLACE
8WEETSER. HARRY F. CURRIER, Auditor. PHILLIPS KETCHUM, Boston, Mass., Associate Counsel.

CStatement of July 3, 1934)
(In thousands of dollars)
LIABILITIES
F. R. notes in actual circulation....................................................... $247,067
F. R. bank note circulation, net.......................................................

RESOURCES
Gold Certificates on hand and due from U. S. Treasury .... $410,565
Redemption Fund—F. R. Notes....................................................
2,085
‘Other cash.............................................................................................
15,346
Total reserve........................................................................................ $427,996
Redemption Fund F. R. bank notes...............................................
250

728

Deposits:
Member bank—reserve account................................................... 302,495
U. S. Treasurer—General Account............................................

17,616

Foreign bank.......................................................................................

352

Other deposits.....................................................................................

3,161

Bills discounted:
Sec. by U. S. Government obligations........................................
Other bills discounted.......................................................................
Total bills discounted.................................................................. $

Bills bought in open market.............................................................. $
371
U. S. Government securities:
Bonds.....................................................................................................
27,226
Treasury notes....................................................................................
80,648
Certificates and Bills........................................................................
49,805
Total U. S. Government securities........................................... $157,679
Total bills and securities................................................................... $158,644

Total deposits................................................................................. $323,624
Deferred availability items.................................................................

49,829

Capital paid in........................................................................................

10,769

Surplus.......................................................................................................

9,610

Reserve for Contingencies...............................................................

Due from foreign banks.......................................................................
F. R. notes of other F. R. banks......................................................
Uncollected items...................................................................................
Bank premises.........................................................................................
All other assets.......................................................................................
Total miscellaneous resources..........................................................

1,053

All other liabilities.................................................................................

534

Total miscellaneous liabilities.....................................................

71,795

276
318
594

TOTAL LIABILITIES...................................................... ....$643,214

237
363
51,688
3,224
812
56,324

TOTAL RESOURCES................................................................ $643,214

♦"Other Cash” does not include F. R. notes or a bank’s own F. R. bank notes.

CHECK COLLECTION TIME SCHEDULE
Member banks depositing cheeks for collection will receive credit therefor in their reserve account
on the date on which each class of checks will become available, as indicated below.
Immediate Credit on Receipt—Checks drawn on or payable
through Boston banks if received by 9.00 a.m.; Drafts on Federal
Reserve Bank of Boston; Federal Reserve exchange drafts; United
States Treasury checks and warrants.

♦Kentucky, ‘Maryland, ‘Michigan, ‘Minnesota, Mississippi,
♦Missouri, ‘North Carolina, ♦Ohio, South Carolina, *Tennessee.
♦Virginia, West Virginia, Wisconsin.
Five Days After Receipt—Checks payable through Clearing
Houses in Helena, Los Angeles, Portland, San Francisco, Seattle
Spokane.
Eight Days After Receipt—Checks on Banks located in Arizona
♦California, ‘Colorado, Idaho, ‘Louisiana, ♦Montana, ‘Nebraska
Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, ‘Oklahoma, ‘Oregon. South’
Dakota, ‘Texas, ‘Utah, ‘Washington, Wyoming.
‘Except checks payable through Clearing Houses in Federal
reserve cities.

One Day After Receipt—Checks payable through clearing
houses in New York and Philadelphia. Checks drawn on or payable
through Boston banks if received after 9.00 a.m.
Two Days After Receipt—Checks payable through Clearing
Houses in Baltimore, Buffalo, Charlotte, Chicago, Cincinnati,
Cleveland, Detroit, Louisville, Pittsburgh, Richmond, St. Louis.
Checks on Banks located in Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, ♦Massa­
chusetts, New Hampshire, *New Jersey, *New York, ♦Pennsylvania,
Rhode Island, Vermont.
Three Days After Receipt—Checks payable through Clearing
Houses in Atlanta, Birmingham, Dallas, Jacksonville, Kansas City,
Mo., Kansas City, Kan., Little Rock, Memphis, Minneapolis,
Nashville, New Orleans. Oklahoma City. Omaha. St. Paul.
Four Days After Receipt—Checks payable through Clearing
Houses in Denver, El Paso, Houston, Salt Lake City, San Antonio.
Checks on Banks located in *Alabama, ♦Arkansas, District of
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Note: Checks drawn on banks not located in a Federal reserve city
but bearing upon their face a notation that they are payable at or
receivable for immediate availability in a Federal reserve city will
be accepted on the same basis as checks drawn on banks located in
that city.
Notice: Calculations on letters containing Federal Reserve Bank
or branch city items are based on calendar days and country items
on business days. When the date of availability falls on a Sunday
or a legal holiday credit will be given on the next business day.

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DISTRICT No. 2—Bank Located at New York City.

(Transit Number 1-120)

(33 Liberty Street)
TERRITORY IN DISTRICT—The State of New York and the following counties in New Jersey: Bergen, Essex.
Hudson, Hunterdon, Middlesex, Monmouth, Morris, Passaic, Somerset, Sussex, Union, and Warren and the Countv of
Fairfield, Connecticut. Membership: National Banks: licensed 626; unlicensed 14; total 640; State Banks: licensed 52;
unlicensed 0; total 52; Trust Companies: licensed 113; unlicensed 0; total 113. Total 805, as of June 30, 1934.
Total number of banks in District No. 2, 1273.
DIRECTORS
New York City, Chairman.
Walter C. Teagle, Port Chester, N. Y., President,
Standard Oil Company (New Jersey).
Waverly, New York, President, The
Citizens National Bank of Waverly.
Thomas J. Watson, Short Hills, N. J., President, Inter­
George W. Davison, Greenwich, Conn., Chairman, Board
national Business Machines Corp., New York, N. Y.
of Trustees, Central Hanover Bank & Trust Co., New
York City.
Clarence M. Woolley, Greenwich, Conn., Chairman,
Edward K. Mills, Morristown, N. J., President, Morris­
American Radiator and Standard Sanitary Corporation.
town Trust Company.
Owen D. Young, New York, N. Y., Deputy Chairman,
Robert T. Stevens, Plainfield, N. J., President, J. P.
Chairman, General Electric Company.
Stevens & Co. Inc., New York, N. Y.

J.

Herbert Case,
Cecil R. Berry,

OFFICERS
George L. Harrison, Governor
W. Randolph Burgess, Deputy Governor
Walter S. Logan, Deputy Governor and
Jat E. Crane, Deputy Governor
Leslie R. Rounds, Deputy Governor
Ray M. Gidney, Deputy Governor
Louis F. Sailer, Deputy Governor
Allan Sproul, Assistant to the Governor and Secretary

Charles H. Coe, Assistant Deputy Governor
J. Wilson Jones, Assistant Deputy Governor
James M. Rice,

General Counsel

L. Werner Knoke, Assistant Deputy Governor
Walter B. Matteson, Assistant Deputy Governor

Assistant Deputy Governor

Dudley H. Barrows, Manager, Administration Department Robert F. McMurray, Manager, Government Bond and
Wesley W. Burt, Manager, Accounting Department
Donald J. Cameron, Manager, Foreign Department
Felix T. Davis, Assistant Counsel
Edward O. Douglas, Manager, Bill Department
Edwin C. French, Manager, Cash Department
Herbert H. Kimball, Assistant Counsel
Myles C. McCahill, Manager, Administration Depart­

ment

Safekeeping Department.
Jacques A. Mitchell, Manager, Credit Department
Arthur Phelan, Manager, Discount Department
William A. Scott, Manager, Government Bond and

Safe­

keeping Department
Todd G. Tiebout, Assistant Counsel
I. Ward Waters, Manager, Check Department
Valentine Willis, Manager, Collection Department

OFFICERS OF FEDERAL RESERVE AGENT’S FUNCTION
J. Herbert Case, Federal Reserve Agent
William H. Dillistin, Assistant Federal

Assistant Federal Reserve Agent,
Manager, Reports Department and Assistant Secretary
Snyder. General Statistician

Harold V. Roelse,

Reserve Agent

and Manager, Bank Examinations Dept.
Assistant Federal Reserve Agent
and Manager, Bank Relations Department

Carl

Herbert S. Downs,

Edward L. Dodge, General Auditor
George W. Ferguson, Assistant General Auditor

MEMBER FEDERAL ADVISORY COUNCIL
Walter E. Frew,

Chairman, Corn Exchange Bank Trust Co., Neiv York, N. Y.

(Statement of July 8, 1984)
{In thousands of dollars)
RESOURCES

LIABILITIES
F. R. notes in actual circulation.................
F. R. bank notes circulation net..................

,. $ 663,573
35,163

Gold Certificates on hand and due from U. S. Treasury. $1,529,420
Redemption Fund—F. R. Notes............................................
1,601
53,948

Other cash
Total reserves.....................................
Redemption fund—F. R. bank notes
Bills discounted:
Secured by U. S. Govt, obligations..
Other bills discounted............................

Deposits:
Member bank—reserve account.........
U. S. Treasurer—General Account
Foreign bank........................................

1,473,343
10,202
1,331

Total bills discounted
Other deposits

Total deposits

Deferred availability items.......................................................
Capital paid in..............................................................................
Surplus.............................................................................................
Reserve for contingencies.......................................
All other liabilities........................................................................

142,173

$1,627,049

108,730
60,269
45,217
4,737
15,573

2,735
10,942
$

166,173
387,464
226,618

2,054

Total U. S. Govt, securities..................................................
Other securities..................................................................................

780,255
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Total bills and securities........................................................$

TOTAL RESOURCES................................. .................

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13,677

Bills bought in the open market..................................................
United States Government Securities:
Bonds................................................................................................
Treasury Notes..............................................................................
Certificates and bills....................................................................

Due from foreign banks..............................................................
F. R. notes of other banks.........................................................
Uncollected items..........................................................................
Bank Premises........................................................................
All Other Assets............................................................................

TOTAL LIABILITIES.........................................................$2,560,311

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$1,584,969
1,890

796,021
1,193
5,547
128,673
11,449
30,569

$2,560,311

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DISTRICT No. 2—Continued
TIME SCHEDULE OF FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF NEW YORK
Closing Time for Deferred Credit Items—Payable in New
Immediate Credit—When received by 9 a.m.; Items drawn on
York City 9 a.m.; Payable in Second District outside of New York
or payable at: New York Clearing House Association Banks, Other
City, 2:30 p.m.; Saturdays 1:00 p.m. Items $500 and over, 3:30 p.m.
New York City and Brooklyn Banks, Northern New Jersey Clearing
Saturdays, 1:00 p.m. Payable in other Federal Reserve Districts,
House Association Banks; Checks and warrants on Treasurer of
12:30 p.m. Saturdays, 12:30 p.m. Items $500 and over, 3:30 p.m.
the United States, Washington, D. C. When received by 3 p.m.
Saturdays, 1:00 p.m.
(Saturdays 1 p.m.) Checks on Federal Reserve Bank of New York
(including Buffalo Branch), Officers’ Checks of other Federal Reserve
tTwo Business Days After Receipt—Items payable in Con­
Banks, Federal Reserve Exchange Drafts.
necticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Maine, ♦Maryland.
♦Massachusetts, New Hampshire, **New Jersey. *New York,
tone Calendar Day After Receipt—Items payable in New York
♦Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, *Virginia.
City—other than items mentioned above—(when received by
tFour Business Days After Receipt—Items payable in *Georgia,
9 a.m.), Boston, Buffalo, Philadelphia, Cleveland, Pittsburgh,
♦Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, *Kansas, *Kentucky, *Michigan, ♦Minne­
Richmond, Baltimore.
sota, *Missouri, *North Carolina, *Ohio, South Carolina, West
Virginia, Wisconsin.
tTwo Calendar Days After Receipt—Items payable in
tFive Business Days After Receipt—Items payable in ♦Ala­
Cincinnati, Charlotte, Atlanta, Birmingham, Jacksonville, Memphis,
bama, *Arkansas, *Florida, Mississippi, *Nebraska, *Oklahoma,
Nashville, Chicago, Detroit, St. Louis, Louisville, Minneapolis,
♦Tennassee.
St. Paul, Omaha.
tSeven Business Days After Receipt—Items payable in Ari­
zona, *California, *Colorado, Idaho, *Louisiana, *Montana, Nevada,
tThree Calendar Days After Receipt—Items payable in New
New Mexico, North Dakota, *Oregon, South Dakota, *Texas, *Utah,
Orleans, Little Rock, Kansas City, Mo., Kansas City, Kan., Denver,
♦Washington, Wyoming.
Oklahoma City, Dallas.

A When received by closing time as herein indicated for such items—
otherwise credit deferred for one additional day. When the day on
which credit would otherwise be given is a Sunday or legal hcliday in
New York State credit will be given on the following business day.
*Except items payable in cities listed separately in this schedule.
**Except items drawn on or payable at Northern New Jersey Clearing
House Association banks.

tFour Calendar Days After Receipt—Items payable in Helena.
El Paso, Houston, San Antonio, Spokane, Salt Lake City, Portland,
Ore., Seattle.
tFive Calendar Days After Receipt—Items payable in San
Francisco, Los Angeles.

BUFFALO BRANCH
(270-276 Main Street)
Directors

N. Ball, President, Lincoln-Alliance Bank and
Trust Company, Rochester, N. Y.
Frederick B. Cooley, President, New York Car Wheel
Co., Buffalo.
Lewis G. Harriman, President, Manufacturers & Traders
Trust Company, Buffalo.
Raymond

George G. Kleindinst,

Chairman, President, Liberty Bank

of Buffalo.
G. Miner, Chairman, The Pfaudler Company,
Rochester, N. Y.
George F. Rand, President, Marine Trust Company
of Buffalo, Buffalo.
Robert M. O’Hara, Managing Director.
Edward

Officers
Robert M. O’Hara, Managing Director
R. B. Wiltse, Assistant Manager

Halsey W. Snow, Jr., Cashier
Clifford L. Blakeslee. Assistant

Cashier

TIME SCHEDULE OF BUFFALO BRANCH
tlmmediate Credit—When received by 9 a.m. (8.30 a.m. Satur­
tTwo Business Days After Receipt—Items payable in **New
days)—items payable in Buffalo. When received by 3 p.m. (Satur­
Jersey, *New York.
days 12 noon)—Checks and Warrants on Treasurer of the United
tThree Business Days After Receipt—Items payable in Con­
States, Washington, D. C.; Checks on Federal Reserve Bank of
necticut, Delaware. *Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Maine. *Maryland,
New York and Buffalo Branch; Officers’ checks of other Federal
♦Massachusetts, *Michigan, New Hampshire, *Ohio, *Pennsylvania,
Reserve Banks; Federal Reserve Exchange Drafts.
Rhode Island, Vermont.
tone Day After Receipt—Items, payable in New York City—
drawn on or payable at New York Clearing House Association
tFour Business Days After Receipt—Items payable in Dis­
banks; other New York City and Brooklyn banks; Northern New
trict of Columbia, *Georgia, *Kansas, *Kentucky, *Minnesota,
Jersey Clearing House Association Banks; Cleveland, Pittsburgh,
♦Missouri, *Virginia, West Virginia, Wisconsin.
Chicago, Detroit, Philadelphia.
tFive Business Days After Receipt—Items payable in ♦Ala­
tTwo Calendar Days After Receipt — Items payable in
bama, *Arkansas, *Florida, Mississippi, *Nebraska, *North Caro­
New York City—other than items mentioned above: Boston,
lina, ♦Oklahoma, South Carolina, *Tennessee.
Cincinnati,
Baltimore,
Charlotte,
Richmond,
Birmingham,
Nashville, Little Rock, Louisville, Memphis, St. Louis, Minneapolis,
tSix Business Days After Receipt—Items payable in ♦California,
St. Paul, Kansas City, Mo.. Kansas City, Kan., Omaha, Atlanta.
♦Colorado, *Louisiana, ♦Montana, North Dakota, *Oregon, South
Dakota, *Texas, *Utah, *Washington, Wyoming.
tThree Calendar Days After Receipt—Items payable in
New Orleans, Jacksonville, Denver, Oklahoma City, Dallas,
tSeven Business Days After Receipt—Items payable in Arizona.
Houston, San Antonio.
Idaho, Nevada, New Mexico.
tFour Calendar Days After Receipt—Items payable in Helena,
t When received by closing time as herein indicated for such items—
El Paso, Seattle, Salt Lake City, Spokane, Portland, Ore., San
otherwise credit deferred for one additional day. When the day on
Francisco, Los Angeles.
which credit would otherwise be given is a Sunday or legal holiday in
Closing Time for Deferred Credit Items—Payable in Second
New York State credit will be given on the following business day.
District 2:30 p.m. (Saturdays 12 noon). Items $500 and over
*Except items payable in cities listed separately in this schedule.
3:30 p.m. (Saturdays 12 noon). Payable in other Federal Reserve
**Except items drawn on or payable at Northern New Jersey Clearing
Districts 12:30 p.m. (Saturdays 12 noon).
House Association banks.

DISTRICT No. 3—Bank Located at Philadelphia. (Transit Number 3-4)
(925 Chestnut Street)
TERRITORY IN DISTRICT—Delaware, the following counties of New Jersey: Atlantic, Burlington, Camden,
Cape May, Cumberland, Gloucester, Mercer, Ocean, and Salem, and all Pennsylvania east of western boundary of
following counties: McKean, Elk, Clearfield, Cambria, and Bedford. Membership: National Banks 591; State Banks 64.
Non-Member Banks 276. Total number of banks in District No. 3, 931.
DIRECTORS
CLASS A:—J. B. HENNING (1934). Tunkhannock, Pa.; JOSEPH WAYNE, JR. (1935), Philadelphia; GEORGE
W. REILY (1936), Harrisburg, Pa.
CLASS B:—C. FREDERICK C. STOUT (1934), Philadelphia; ARTHUR W. SEWALL (1935), Philadelphia;
J. CARL DELACOUR (1936), Camden, N. J.
CLASS C:—RICHARD L. AUSTIN (1935), Philadelphia, Chairman of Board; HARRY L. CANNON (1934),
Bridgeville, Del.; ALBA B. JOHNSON, Deputy Chairman (1936), Philadelphia.

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DISTRICT No. 3—Continued
OFFICERS
GEORGE W. NORRIS, Governor; WILLIAM H. HUTT, Deputy Governor; JOHN S. SINCLAIR, Deputy Governor;
C. A. McILHENNY, Deputy Governor, Cashier and Secretary; W. J. DAVIS, Assistant Deputy Governor; L. E.
DONALDSON, Assistant Deputy Governor.
ASSISTANT CASHIERS:—JAMES M. TOY, R. M. MILLER, Jr., S. R. EARL, and GLENN K. MORRIS.
WILLIAM G. McCREEDY, Comptroller.
RICHARD L. AUSTIN, Chairman of the Board and Federal Reserve Agent; ALBA B. JOHNSON, Deputy Chairman
of the Board; ARTHUR E. POST, Assistant Federal Reserve Agent; ERNEST C. HILL, Assistant Federal Reserve Agent.
JAMES M. BRITTAIN, Counsel; HOWARD A. LOEB, Philadelphia, Member Federal Advisory Council.

(,Statement of July 3, 193Jf)
{In thousands of dollars)
LIABILITIES

RESOURCES
Gold Certificates on hand and due from U. S. Treasury . . . $298,632
Redemption Fund—F. R. Notes.....................................................
2,606
♦Other cash...........................................................................................
34,316

F. R. notes in actual circulation.....................:.........................$251,850
F. R. bank note circulation net............................................... ..
4,655

Deposits:
Member bank—reserve account..........................................
U. S. Treasurer—General account............................................
Foreign bank.................................................... .. *..........................

213,985
8,786
509

Other deposits...................................................................................

11,490

Total Reserves................................................................................ $335,554
Redemption fund—F. R. bank notes.............................................
858
Bills discounted:
Secured by U. S. Government obligations...............................
1,002
Other bills discounted.....................................................................
5,170
Total Bills Discounted...............................................................$
Bills bought in openmarket...............................................................
U. S. Government securities:
Bonds.................................................................................
Treasury notes.........................................................
Certificates and bills........................................................................

Total Deposits................................................................................ $234,770

6,172
536
30,022
85,149
51,949

Total U. S. Govt, securities..................................................... $167,120
Other securities.................................................................................
476
Deferred availability items..........................
Capital paid in......................................................................................
Surplus.....................................................................................................
Reserves for contingencies ...............
All other liabilities...............................................................................
TOTAL LIABILITIES

34,765
15,395
13,352
2,500
577

Total bills and securities................................................... .... .. $174,304
Due from foreign banks...................................................
342
Federal Reserve notes of other Federal Reserve banks....
407
Uncollected items.............................................................................
36,763
Bank premises...................................................................................
4,215
All other resources...........................................................................
5,420

................................................ $557,864

Total Resources...........................

$557,864

♦“Other cash” does not include F. R. notes or a bank’s own F. R. bank notes.

TIME SCHEDULE OF THE FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF PHILADELPHIA
(Effective February 7, 1934)
Two Business Days After Receipt—Connecticut, Delaware,
District of Columbia, Maine, *Maryland, *Massachusetts, New
Hampshire, *New Jersey, *New York, *Pennsylvania, Rhode
Island, Vermont, *Virginia (Non-Clearing House items when
received after 10:30 a.m.)
Four Business Days After Receipt—*Georgia, *Illinois,
Indiana, Iowa, * Kansas, *Kentucky, *Michigan, *Minnesota
♦Missouri, *North Carolina, *Ohio, South Carolina, West Virginia
Wisconsin.
Five Business Days After Receipt—*Alabama, *Arkansas,
♦Florida, Mississippi, *Nebraska, *Oklahoma, *Tennessee.
Seven Business Days After Receipt—Arizona, *California,
♦Colorado, Idaho, *Louisiana, *Montana, Nevada, New Mexico,
North Dakota, *Oregon, South Dakota, *Texas, *Utah, ♦Wash­
ington, Wyoming.
(*) Except cities as listed.
Checks received after 2 p.m. will be handled on the following business
day, with the exception of Saturday, when the closing time will be
12 o'clock noon.
Checks of $100 and over, drawn on banks in this district, when
enclosed in a special deposit, will be handled on the day of deposit if
received by lf:30 p.m.; Saturdays, 3:00 p.m.
Note—Proceeds of checks or drafts drawn on banks located in Federal
Reserve Cities will be deferred on an actual calendar-day basis when a
Sunday or holiday intervenes while items are in transit.

Immediate Credit on Receipt—Philadelphia (Clearing House
items when received by 9 a.m.) (U. S. Treasury Checks and Warrants
when received by 2 p.m.) (Money Orders payable at Philadelphia
Post Office when received by 9.30 a.m.)
One Calendar Day After Receipt—Baltimore, Boston, Buffalo,
Cleveland, New York, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Richmond, Cam­
den, N. J.
Two Calendar Days After Receipt—Atlanta. Birmingham,
Charlotte, Chicago, Cincinnati, Detroit, Jacksonville, Louisville,
Memphis, Minneapolis, Nashville, Omaha, Philadelphia, St. Louis,
St. Paul.
Three Calendar Days After Receipt—Dallas, Denver, Houston,
Kansas City, Mo., Kansas City, Kan.; Little Rock, New Orleans,
Oklahoma City, San Antonio.
Four Calendar Days After Receipt—El Paso, Helena, Mont.,
Portland, Ore., Salt Lake City, Seattle, Spokane.
Five Calendar Days After Receipt—Los Angeles, San Francisco.
One Business Day After Receipt—(Clearing House items
when received after 9 a.m.); (Non-Clearing House items when
assembled in sealed envelopes and received by 10.30 a.m.; Saturday
9:00 a.m.) (Money Orders payable at Philadelphia P. O. when
received after 9:30 a.m.).

DISTRICT No. 4—Bank Located at Cleveland.

(Transit Number 6-1)

(Federal Reserve Bank Bldg.—East Sixth St. and Superior Ave.)

TERRITORY IN DISTRICT—State of Ohio, all that part of Pennsylvania west of the eastern boundaries of the
following counties: Warren, Forest, Jefferson, Indiana, and Somerset, the counties of Marshall, Ohio, Brooke, Tyler,
Wetzel, and Hancock in the State of West Virginia, and all that part of the State of Kentucky located east of the western
boundary of the following counties: Boone, Grant, Scott, Woodford, Jessamine, Garrard, Lincoln, Pulaski, and McCreary.
Membership: National Ban,ks 530; State Banks 99. Total member banks 629.
DIRECTORS
CLASS A:—ROBERT WARDROP (1935), Pittsburgh; CHESS LAMBERTON (1934), Franklin, Pa.; Ben R. Conner
(1936) Ada, Ohio.
CLASS B:—R. P. WRIGHT (1934), Erie, Pa.; J. E. Galvin (1936), Lima, Ohio; G. D. CRABBS (1935),
Cincinnati, Ohio.
CLASS C:—L. B. WILLIAMS (1934), Cleveland, Chairman of Board; E. S. Burke, Jr. (1935), Cleveland, Ohio,
Deputy Chairman of Board; W. W. KNIGHT (1936), Toledo, Ohio.
H. C. McELDOWNEY, Pittsburgh, Pa., Member Federal Advisory Council.

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DISTRICT No. 4—Continued
OFFICERS
L. B. Williams,

M. J. Fleming, Deputy Governor
F. J. Zurlinden, Deputy Governor
H. F. Strater, Cashier and Secretary
W, F. Taylor, Asst. Cashier
C. W. Arnold, AssL Cashier
G. H. Wagner, Asst. Cashier
D. B. Clouser, Asst. Cashier
P. A. Brown, Asst. Cashier
E. A. Carter, Asst. Cashier
A. G. Foster, Asst. Cashier

Chairman of Board and Federal Reserve

Agent
Assistant Federal Reserve Agent and
Manager, Department, of Examination
J. B. Anderson, Assistant Federal Reserve Agent and
Manager Statistical Department.
Howard Evans, Asst. Federal Reserve Agent
F V Grayson. Auditor
E. R. Fancher, Governor
Wm. H. Fletcher,

{Statement of July 8, 1934)
(In thousands of dollars)
LIABILITIES

RESOURCES

Federal Reserve notes in actual circulation...................................$311,296

Gold Certificates on hand and due from U. S. Treasury......... $366,048
Redemption Fund—F. R. Notes......................................................
3,051
Other cash.............................................................................................. . 11,899
Total reserves................................................................................. $380,998
Redemption Fund—F. R. bank notes...........................................
715
Bills discounted:
Secured by U. S. Govt, obligations................................................
183
Other bills discounted.....................................................................
540
Total bills discounted..................................................................$
723
Bills bought in openmarket................................................................
487
U. S. Government securities:
Bonds..................................................................................................... 35,999
Treasury Notes................................................................................. 109,439
Certificates and bills......................................................................... 67,587
Total U. S. Govt, securities...................................................... $213,025
Total bills and securities............................................................... 214,235
Due from foreign banks.......................................................................
300
Federal Reserve notes and other banks.........................................
1,141
Uncollected items................................................................................... 49,320
Bank premises.........................................................................................
6,788
All other resources...............................................................................
1,460
TOTAL RESOURCES...............................................................$654,957

Federal Reserve bank notes circulation—net................................

4,306

Deposits:
Member bank—Reserve account.......................... $235,957
U. S. Treasurer—General Account......................

17,355

Foreign bank...............................................................

469

Other deposits............................................................

7,570

Total Deposits................................................................................$261,351
Deferred availability items.................................................................
Capital paid in........................................................................................

48,449
12,705

Surplus.......................................................................................................
Reserve for Contingencies..................................................................

14,090
2,300

All other liabilities.................................................................................

460

TOTAL LIABILITIES..............................................................$654,957

TIME SCHEDULE OF FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF CLEVELAND
♦Kentucky (Dist. 4). ‘Cincinnati Territory, ‘Pennsylvania (Dist. 3
and 4), West Virginia (Dist. 4).
Four Days After Receipt—Connecticut, District of Columbia.
Helena, ‘Georgia, ‘Kansas, Kentucky (Dist. 8), Los Angeles.
Maine, ‘Massachusetts, ‘Minnesota, ‘Missouri, ‘Nebraska, New
Hampshire, ‘North Carolina, South Carolina, Rhode Island, Port­
land, San Francisco, Salt Lake City, Seattle, Spokane, Vermont,
One Day After Receipt—Buffalo, Chicago, Cincinnati, Detroit,
♦Virginia, West Virginia (Dist. 5), Wisconsin.
New York City, Pittsburgh, St. Louis, Louisville.
Five Days After Receipt—‘Alabama, ‘Arkansas, ‘Louisiana,,
Mississippi, ‘Oklahoma, ‘Tennessee.
Two Days After Receipt—Atlanta, Baltimore, Birmingham,
Boston, Charlotte, Dallas, Kansas City, Kan., Kansas City, Mo.,
Six Days After Receipt—‘Colorado, ‘Florida, ‘Montana, New
Little Rock, Memphis, Minneapolis, Nashville, Oklahoma City,
Mexico, North Dakota, South Dakota, ‘Texas, Wyoming.
Omaha, Philadelphia, Richmond, St. Paul, ‘Cleveland (Territory).
Seven Days After Receipt—Arizona, ‘California, Idaho, Nevada
Three Days After Receipt—Denver, El Paso, Houston, Jack­
‘Oregon, ‘Utah, ‘Washington.
sonville, New Orleans, San Antonio. Delaware ‘Illinois Indiana.
*Except banks in cities listed separately in this schedule.
Iowa ‘Maryland, ‘Michigan, New Jersey, ‘New York (State),
Immediate Credit on Receipt—When received at Federal
Reserve Bank of Cleveland—Checks on Cleveland banks received
in time to be cleared on day of receipt; Checks and warrants on
Treasurer or the United States, Washington, D. C.; Checks and
drafts on Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland; Official checks of all
Federal reserve banks; Federal reserve exchange drafts.

CINCINNATI BRANCH.

(Transit Number 13-43)

(Fourth and Race)

C F McCOMBS. Managing Director;

B. J. LAZAR, Cashier;
H. N. OTT, Assistant Cashier;
BRUCE KENNELLY, Assistant Cashier

DIRECTORS
S B SUTPHIN T. J. DAVIS, JOHN OMWAKE, B. H. KROGER, and C. F. McCOMBS, Cincinnati; N. H
’
COURTNEY, Lexington, Ky.; GEO. M. VERITY, Middletown, O.
TIME SCHEDULE OF CINCINNATI BRANCH
Four Days After Receipt—‘Alabama, Connecticut. Delaware,
District of Columbia, ‘Georgia, Helena, ‘Kansas, ‘Kentucky
(Dist. 8), Maine. ‘Maryland, ‘Massachusetts, ‘Minnesota, ‘Mis­
souri, ‘Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Jersey, ‘New York (State).
‘North Carolina, South Carolina, ‘Pennsylvania (Dist. 3); Los
Angeles, San Francisco, Portland, Rhode Island, ‘Tennessee, Salt
Lake City, Seattle, Spokane, Vermont, ‘Virginia, West Virginia
(Dist. 5), Wisconsin.
Five Days After Receipt—‘Arkansas, ‘Florida, ‘Louisiana.
Mississippi, ‘Oklahoma.

Immediate Credit—When received at Cincinnati Branch—
Checks on Cincinnati banks received in time to be cleared on day
of receipt; Checks and warrants on Treasurer of the United States,
Washington, D. C. Checks and drafts on Federal Reserve Bank of
Cleveland; Official check of all Federal reserve banks; Federal
reserve exchange drafts.
One Day After Receipt—Chicago, Cleveland, Detroit, Louis­
ville, Nashville, Pittsburgh, St. Louis.
Two Days After Receipt—Atlanta, Baltimore, Birmingham,
Boston, Buffalo, Charlotte, Dallas Jacksonville, Kansas City,
Kan., Kansas City, Mo., Kentucky (Dist. 4), Little Rock, Memphis,
Minneapolis, New Orleans, New York City, Oklahoma City, ‘Ohio
(in Cincinnati branch territory), Omaha, Philadelphia, Richmond,
St. Paul.
Three Days After Receipt—Denver, El Paso, Houston, ‘Illinois,
Indiana, Iowa, ‘Michigan, ‘Ohio (in Cleveland territory), ‘Penn­
sylvania (Dist. 4), San Antonio. West Virginia (Dist. 4).

Six Days After Receipt—‘Colorado ‘Montana, New Mexico,
North Dakota, South Dakota, ‘Texas, Wyoming.
Seven Days After Receipt—Arizona, ‘California, Idaho, Nevada .
‘Oregon, ‘Utah, ‘Washington.

*Except banks in cities listed separately in this schedule.

PITTSBURGH BRANCH.

(Transit Number 8-30)

(Grant Street and Ogle Way)

J. C. NEVIN, Managing Director; THOS. C. GRIGGS, Cashier; C. J. BOLTHOUSE, Assistant Cashier; F. E. COBUN,
Assistant Cashier.

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DISTRICT No. 4—Continued
DIRECTORS
LLOYD W. SMITH, JAMES RAE, A. L. HUMPHREY, A. E. BRAUN, AND J. C. NEVIN, Pittsburgh;
RICHARD COULTER, Greensburg, Pa.: J. S. JONES, Wheeling, W. Va.
TIME SCHEDULE OP PITTSBURGH BRANCH
Orleans, "New York (State), "Ohio (Cincinnati and Cleveland
Immediate Credit—Pittsburgh Branch; Checks on Pittsburgh
Territories), "Pennsylvania (Dist. 3), San Antonio, "Virginia, West
banks received in time to be cleared on day of receipt; Checks and
Virginia (Dist. 5).
warrants on Treasurer of the United States, Washington, D. C.;
Checks and drafts on Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland; Official
Four Days After Receipt—Los Angeles, San Francisco, Con­
Checks of all Federal Reserve banks; Federal reserve exchange drafts.
necticut, "Georgia, Helena, Portland, "Kansas, Maine, "Massachusetts,*Minnesota,*Missouri,*Nebraska, New Hampshire, "North
One Day After Receipt—Baltimore, Buffalo, Cincinnati, Cleve­
Carolina, South Carolina, Rhode Island, Salt Lake City, Seattle,
land, Detroit, New York City, Philadelphia, Louisville.
Spokane, Vermont, Wisconsin.
Five Days After Receipt—"Alabama, "Arkansas, "Florida,
Two Days After Receipt—Atlanta, Birmingham, Boston,
"Kentucky (Dist. 8), "Louisiana, Mississippi, "Oklahoma, "Tennes­
Charlotte, Chicago, Dallas, Kansas City, Kan., Kansas City, Mo.,
see.
Little Rock, Memphis, Minneapolis, Nashville. Oklahoma City,
Six Days After Receipt—"Colorado, "Montana, New Mexico
Omaha, "Pennsylvania (Dist. 4), Richmond, St. Louis, St. Paul,
West Virginia (Dist. 4).
North Dakota, South Dakota, "Texas, Wyoming.
Seven Days After Receipt—Arizona, "California, Idaho,
Three Days After Receipt—Delaware. District of Columbia,
Nevada, "Oregon, "Utah, "Washington.
Denver, El Paso, Houston, "Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Jacksonville,
*Except banks in cities listed separately in this schedule.
"Kentucky (Dist. 4), "Maryland, "Michigan, New Jersey, New

DISTRICT No. 5—Bank Located at Richmond.

(Transit Number 68-3)

(9th & Franklin Sts.)
TERRITORY IN DISTRICT—District of Columbia, Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, and all
West Virginia except the counties of Marshall, Ohio, Brooke, Tyler, Wetzel, and Hancock.
Membership: National Banks 317; State Banks 57.
DIRECTORS
CLASS A:—L. E. JOHNSON, (1935), Alderson, W. Va.; CHAS. E. RIEMAN (1936), Baltimore, Md.; JAMES C.
BRASWELL (1934), Rocky Mount, N. C.
CLASS B:—D. R. COKER (1935), Hartsville, S. C.; CHAS. C. REED (1936), Richmond, Va.; JOHN H.
HANNA, (1934), Washington, D. C.
CLASS C:-WM. W. HOXTON (1935), Richmond, Chairman of Board; FREDERIC A. DELANO (1936),
Deputy Chairman, Washington, D. C.; ROBERT LASSITER (1934), Charlotte, N. C.
OFFICERS
GEORGE J. SEAY, Governor; CHAS. A. PEPLE, Dejrnty Governor; R. H.BROADDUS, Deputy Governor; J. S. WALDEN,
JR., Controller; GEORGE H. KEESEE. Cashier; WM W. HOXTON, Chairman of the Board and Federal Reserve Agent;
J. G. FRY. Assistant Federal Reserve Agent; T. F. EPES, Auditor; ALBERT S. JOHNSTONE, Manager, Personnel and
Service; JOHN T. GARRETT, Manager, Bank Relations Department; W. W. DILLARD, Assistant Cashier; EDWARD
WALLER. Jr., Assistant Cashier; MAXWELL G. WALLACE, Counsel
HOWARD BRUCE, (1934) Baltimore, Md., Member Federal Advisory Council.

(Statement of July 18, 1984)
(In thousands of dollars)
RESOURCES
Gold certificates on hand and due from U. S. Treasury.......... 155,412
Redemption Fund—F. R. Notes.......................................................
2,402
Other cash............................................................................................ ..
8,429
Total Reserves...............................................................................$165,883

LIABILITIES
Federal Reserve notes in actual circulation.................................$141,127
Fed. Res. bank notes circulation—net............................................................
Deposits:

36,422
4,972
5,171
1,155
J31

Bills discounted:
Secured by U. S. Government obligations................................
113
Other bills discounted.................................................................. ............. 694
Total bills discounted.................................................................. $
807
Bills bought in openmarket................................................................
193
United States Government securities:
Bonds..................................................................................................... 17,502
Treasury notes.................................................................................... 54,621
Certificates and bills......................................................................
31,439
Total U. S. Government securities....................................... .$103,562
Total bills and securities............................................................. $104,562
Due from foreign banks.......................................................................
119
Federal Reserve Notes of other banks............................................
1,260
Uncollected items................................................................................... 36,082
Bank premises.........................................................................................
3,128
All other resources.................................................................................
1,820

TOTAL LIABILITIES............................................................. $312,854

TOTAL RESOURCES...............................................................$312,854

Member bank—reserve account ..................................................$120,401
U. S. Treasurer—General Account..............................................
473
Foreign bank.....................................................................................
186
Other deposits.....................................................................................
2,816
Total Deposits............................................................................... $ 123,876
Deferred availability items.................................................................
Capital paid in........................................................................................
Surplus.......................................................................................................
Reserve for Contingencies..................................................................
All other liabilities.................................................................................

TIME SCHEDULE OF FEDERAL RESERVE BANK, RICHMOND
South Carolina in Charlotte territory, West Virginia in Baltimore
Immediate Credit—For items drawn on Par banks In Richmond.
territory (except “Other Cities” listed under 2 days).
Va.; Federal Reserve Exchange Drafts; Official checks of all Federal
Reserve Banks; Checks and warrants on Treasurer of U. S., Wash­
Four Business Days After Receipt—Denver, El Paso, Portland,
ington, D. C.; Checks bearing Immediate Credit Symbol of Head
Salt Lake City, Seattle, Spokane, "Alabama, Connecticut, "Florida,
Office.
"Georgia, "Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, "Kansas, "Kentucky, Maine.
One Business Day After Receipt—Baltimore, Charlotte, New
"Massachusetts, "Michigan, "Minnesota, Mississippi, "Missouri,
York City, Philadelphia.
New Hampshire, "Ohio, Rhode Island, Vermont, Wisconsin.
Five Business Days After Receipt—Helena, Los Angeles, San
Two Business Days After Receipt—Atlanta, Birmingham,
Francisco, "Arkansas, "Louisiana, "Nebraska, "Oklahoma, "Ten­
Boston. Buffalo, Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Detroit, Jackson­
nessee.
ville, Louisville, Memphis, Nashville. Pittsburgh, St. Louis, Con­
cord, Gastonia, Hickory, Salisbury, Statesville, Clarksburg, W. Va.,
Six Business Days After Receipt—"Colorado, "Montana, North
Fairmoat, W. Va.. Martinsburg, W. Va., District of Columbia,
Dakota, South Dakota, "Texas, Wyoming.
North Carolina in Richmond territory, (and “Other Cities” as listed)
Seven Business Days After Receipt—Arizona, "California,
South Carolina in Richmond territory, Virginia; West Virginia in
Idaho, Nevada, New Mexico, "Oregon, "Utah, "Washington.
Richmond territory, and “Other Cities” as listed.
*Except banks in cities listed separately in this schedule.
Three Business Days After Receipt—Dallas, Houston, Kansas
Note: Checks drawn on banks not located in a Federal Reserve city,
City, Mo., Little Rock, Minneapolis, New Orleans, Oklahoma City,
but
bearing upon their face a notation that they are payable at or receiv­
Omaha, San Antonio, Kansas City, Kan., St. Paul, Delaware.
able for immediate availability in a Federal Reserve city will be accepted
•Maryland, New Jersey, "New York, North Carolina in Charlotte
on the same basis as checks drawn on banks located in that city.
territory (except “Other Cities" listed under 2 days). "Pennsylvania,


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BALTIMORE BRANCH.

(Transit Number 7-27)

(Lexington and Calvert)
HUGH LEACH, Managing Director; JOHN R. CUPIT, Cashier; J. A. JOHNSTON, Assistant Cashier; F. W.
WRIGHTSON, Assistant Cashier.
DIRECTORS
HUGH LEACH (1934), Baltimore; M. M. PRENTIS (1936), Baltimore; NORMAN JAMES (1936), Baltimore;
WM. H. MATTHAI (1934), Baltimore; EDMUND P. COHILL (1935), Hancock; LEVI B. PHILLIPS (1934),
Cambridge; L. S. ZIMMERMAN (1935), Baltimore.

TIME SCHEDULE OF BALTIMORE BRANCH
cut, Delaware, Maine, *Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New
Jersey, ‘New York, North Carolina (except “Other Cities” listed
under 2 days), *Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Ver­
mont, Virginia (except “Other Cities” listed under 2 days), West
Virginia in Richmond territory (except “Other Cities” listed under
2 days).
Four Business Days After Receipt—El Paso, Helena, Portland,
Ore., Salt Lake City, Seattle, Spokane, *Alabama, * Florida, *Georgia.
♦Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, *Kansas, *Kentucky, ♦Michigan, ♦Minne­
sota, Mississippi, *Missouri, *Ohio, Wisconsin.
Five Business Days After Receipt—Los Angeles, San Francisco.
♦Arkansas, *Louisiana, *Nebraska, *Oklahoma, *Tennessee.
Six Business Days After Receipt—*Colorado, *Montana, North
Dakota, *Oregon, South Dakota, *Texas, *Washington, Wyoming.
Seven Business Days After Receipt—Arizona, *California,
Idaho, Nevada, New Mexico, *Utah.

Immediate Credit—For items drawn on par banks in Baltimore,
Md.: Federal Reserve Exchange Drafts, Official checks of all Federal
Reserve banks. Checks and warrants on Treasurer of U. S., Wash­
ington, D. C., Checks bearing Immediate Credit Symbol of Balti­
more Branch.
One Business Day After Receipt—Boston, Buffalo, Charlotte,
New York City, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Richmond.
Two Business Days After Receipt—Atlanta, Birmingham,
Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Detroit, Jacksonville, Kansas City,
Mo., Louisville, Memphis, Minneapolis, Nashville, Omaha, St.
Louis; other cities—Durham, Greensboro, High Point, Raleigh,
Wilmington, Winston-Salem, N. C., Alexandria, Hailwood, Harri­
sonburg, Lynchburg, Newport News, Norfolk, Onancock, Onley,
Parksley, Roanoke, Staunton, Winchester, Va., Charleston, Huntngton, Kansas City, Kan., St. Paul, District of Columbia, Maryland,
West Virginia in Baltimore territory, and “Other Cities” as listed.
Three Business Days After Receipt—Dallas, Denver, Houston,
Little Rock, New Orleans, Oklahoma City, San Antonio, Connecti­

*Except banks in cities listed separately in this schedule.
Note: See Footnote under Head Office Schedule.

CHARLOTTE BRANCH.

(Transit Number 66-20)

(First National Bank Bldg.)
W. T. CLEMENTS, Managing Director; R. L. CHERRY, Cashier.
DIRECTORS
W. T. CLEMENTS (1934), Charlotte; W. H. WOOD (1934), Charlotte; C. L. COBB (1935), Rock Hill, S. C.;
ROBT. GAGE (1936), Chester, S. C.; JOHN LINDSAY MOREHEAD (1934), Charlotte; C. A. CANNON (1935),
Concord, N. C.; F. F. BEATTIE (1936), Greenville, S. C.
TIME SCHEDULE OF CHARLOTTE BRANCH
bia, * Florida, *Georgia, *Maryland, New Jersey, *New York, North
Carolina in Richmond territory (except “Other Cities" listed under
2 days), *Pennsytvania, South Carolina in Richmond territory (except
“Other Cities" listed under 2 days), *Virginia, West Virginia.
Four Business Days After Receipt—El Paso, *Alabama, Con­
necticut, *Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, *Kentucky, Maine, *Massaehu-:
setts, *Michigan, Mississippi, *Missouri, New Hampshire, *Ohio,
Rhode Island, Vermont, Wisconsin.
Five Business Days After Receipt—Helena, Los Angeles,
Portland, Ore., Salt Lake City, San Francisco, Seattle. Spokane,
♦Arkansas, *Kansas, *Louisiana, *Minnesota, *Oklahoma, ♦Tennes­
see.
(
Six Business Days After Receipt—*Colorado, *Nebraska,
♦Texas.
Seven Business Days After Receipt—Arizona, *Oalifornia,
Idaho, *Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, *Oregon,
South Dakota, *Utah, *Washington, Wyoming.

Immediate Credit—For items drawn on par banks in Charlotte,
N. C.; Federal Reserve exchange drafts; Official checks of all
Federal Reserve banks; Checks and warrants on Treasurer of
U. S., Washington, D. C.; Checks bearing Immediate Credit Symbol
of Charlotte Branch.
One Business Day After Receipt—Atlanta, Baltimore, Jack­
sonville, Richmond.
Two Business Days After Receipt—Birmingham, Boston,
Buffalo, Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Detroit, Little Rock,
Louisville, Memphis, Nashville, New Orleans, New York City,
Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, St. Louis; other cities—Burlington, Dur­
ham, Fayetteville, Goldsboro, Greensboro, High Point, Raleigh,
Rocky Mount, Wadesboro, Wilmington, Wilson, and WinstonSalem, N. C., Charleston, Florence, and Sumter, S. C.; North
Carolina in Charlotte territory (and “Other Cities” as listed).
South Carolina in Charlotte territory (and “Other Cities” as listed).
Three Business Days After Receipt—Dallas, Denver, Houston,
Kansas City, Mo., Minneapolis, Oklahoma City, Omaha, San
Antonio, Kansas City, Kan., St. Paul; Delaware, District of Colum-

*Except banks in cities listed separately in this schedule.
Note: See Footnote under Head Office Schedule.

DISTRICT No. 6—Bank Located at Atlanta.

(Transit Number 64-14)

(104 Marietta Street)
TERRITORY IN DISTRICT—Alabama, Georgia, Florida, all Tennessee east of the western boundary of the follow­
ing counties: Stewart, Houston, Humphreys, Perry, and Wayne; all Mississippi south of the northern boundary of the
following counties: Issaquena, Sharkey, Yazoo, Madison, Leake, Neshoba, and Kemper; all Louisiana, south of the
northern boundaries of the parishes of Vernon, Rapides, and Avoyelles.
Membership; National Banks 275; State Banks 54. Total 329.
Non-Member Banks, 839; Total number of banks in District 6, 1,168.

DIRECTORS
CLASS A:—R. G. CLAY (1936), Atlanta, Ga.; E. C. MELVIN (1934), Selma, Ala.; G. G. WARE (1935),
Leesburg, Fla.
CLASS B:—LEON C. SIMON (1935), New Orleans, La.; J. A. McCRARY (1936), Decatur, Ga.; J. B. HILL
(1934), Nashville, Tenn.
CLASS C:—OSCAR NEWTON (1935), Atlanta, Ga., Chairman; W. H. KETTIG (1934), Birmingham, Ala.,
Deputy Chairman; J. P. ALLEN (1936), Atlanta, Ga.

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DISTRICT No. 6—Continued
OFFICERS
EUGENE R. BLACK, Governor, W. S. JOHNS, Deputy Governor, H. F. CONNIFF, Deputy Governor; W. S. McLARIN,
JR., Assistant Deputy Governor; M. W. BELL Cashier; R. A. SIMS, V. K. BOWMAN, C. R. CAMP, P. L. T. BEAVERS,
S. P. SCHUESSLER, Assistant Cashiers; OSCAR NEWTON, Chairman of the Board and Federal Reserve Agent; L. M.
CLARK, Assistant Federal Reserve Agent and Secretary Board of Directors; E. P. PARIS, General Auditor; J. W. HONOUR,
Assistant Auditor; H. LANE YOUNG, Atlanta, Ga., Member Federal Advisory Council; ROBERT S. PARKER, Atlanta,
Ga., General Counsel.
{Statement as of July 11, 1934)
(In thousands of dollars)

LIABILITIES

RESOURCES
Gold Certificates on hand and due from U. S.
Treasury...................................................................... $117,187
Redemption Fund—Federal Reserve Notes ....
3,436
♦Other cash...................................................................... 12,886
Total reserves...........................................................................
Bills discounted:
Sec. by U. S. Government obligations..................$
9
Other bills discounted..............................................
234
Total bills discounted.......................
243
Bills bought in open market...............
178
U. S. Government securities:
Bonds..................................................... .
15,956
Treasury notes....................................
48,622
Certificates and bills.........................
29,667

F. R. bank notes in actual circulation..........................................$ 13.5,250
Deposits:
Member banks—reserve account.........................$ 77,102
Government.................................................................
1,306
Foreign banks.............................................................
171
Other deposits............................................................

8,484

Total deposits.................................................................................$ 87,063
Deferred availability items................................................................. 11,149
Capital paid in........................................................................
4,405
Surplus.......................................................................................................
5,145
Reserve for contingencies..................................................................
2,580
All other liabilities.................................................................................
350

Total U. S. Government securities
Total bills and securities.................
Due from foreign banks.......................
F. R. notes of other F. R. banks....
Uncollected items...................................
Bank premises.........................................
All other resources.................................
TOTAL RESOURCES...............

TOTAL LIABILITIES............................................................. $245,942

.$1.33,510

94,244
$ 94,665
110

813
12,104
2,372
2,368
..$245,942

♦Other cash does not include F. R. notes or a bank’s own F. R. bank notes.

SCHEDULE SHOWING WHEN THE PROCEEDS OF CHECKS WILL BECOME AVAILABLE WHEN SENT
TO—FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF ATLANTA—ATLANTA, GA., AND BRANCHES
TIME SCHEDULE

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Atlanta Zone..................
New Orleans Zone.........
Birmingham Zone.........
Birmingham (City)....
Arizona...............................
Arkansas.............................
Little Rock.....................
California...........................
Los Angeles....................
San Francisco................
Colorado.............................
Denver.............................
Connecticut......................
Delaware.............................
District of Columbia. .
Florida.................................
Jacksonville....................
Georgia...............................
Atlanta.............................
Idaho....................................
Illinois.................................
Chicago............................
Indiana................................
Iowa......................................
Kansas.................................
Kentucky...........................
Louisville.........................
Louisiana
Dallas Zone....................
New Orleans Zone........
New Orleans (City). . .
Maine...................................
Maryland.............................
Baltimore.........................
Massachusetts................
Boston...............................
Michigan..............................
Detroit..............................
Minnesota.........................
Minneapolis-St. Paul..
Mississippi
Memphis Zone...............
New Orleans Zone........
Missouri..............................
Kansas City....................
St. Louis...........................
Montana.............................
Helena...............................
Nebraska.............................
Omaha.............................. .
Nevada...................................
New Hampshire...............
New Jersey..........................
New Mexico.........................
New York.............................
Buffalo................................
New York City...............
North Carolina
Charlotte Zone................
Richmond Zone...............
Charlotte (City)..............


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Note—Numbers opposite cities named refer to Calendar Days—
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A saving of one day in collection time may be made by routing
checks drawn on the following points to the Charlotte Branch,
Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, or by including such items in
letters of three-day availability, when sent to Head Office of the
Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta (the optional routing herein
stated is in addition to the routing as indicated in the Par List,
Federal Inter District Collection System Book):
North Carolina: Burlington, Durham. Goldsboro, Greensboro,
High Point, Raleigh, Rocky Mount, Wadesboro, Wilmington, Wil­
son, Winston-Salem. South Carolina: Charleston, Florence, Sumter.

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DISTRICT No. 6—Continued
NEW ORLEANS BRANCH.

(Transit Number 14-21)

(Carondelet St. & Common)

DIRECTORS
LEON C. SIMON, Chairman; MARCUS WALKER, R. S. HECHT, P. H. SAUNDERS, J. D. O’KEEFE,
New Orleans; F. W. FOOTE, Hattiesburg, Miss.; A. P. BUSH, Mobile, Ala.
OFFICERS
MARCUS WALKER, Managing Director; J. A. WALKER. Assistant Manager; W. H. BLACK, Cashier; F. C.
VASTERLING, Assistant Cashier, W. E. MILLER, Assistant Auditor.

BIRMINGHAM BRANCH.

(Transit Number 61-19)

(18th St. & 5th Ave. North)

DIRECTORS
W. H. KETTIG, Chairman; OSCAR WELLS. W E. HENLEY, J. B. FRYE, J. G. FARLEY, Birmingham, Ala.;
E. F. ALLISON, Bellamy, Ala ; FRANK M. MOODY, Tuscaloosa, Ala.
OFFICERS
J. H. FRYE, Managing Director; H. J. URQUHART, Cashier; T. N. KNOWLTON, Assistant Cashier.

JACKSONVILLE, Fla., BRANCH.

(Transit Number 63-19)

(Church & Hogan Sts.)

DIRECTORS
S. O. CHASE, Sanford, Fla.; Chairman; HUGH FOSTER, BAYLISS W. HAYNES, EDW. W. LANE, GEO. J.
AVENT, FULTON SAUSSY, Jacksonville, Fla.; G. G. WARE, Leesburg, Fla.
OFFICERS
HUGH FOSTER, Managing Director; Geo. S. VARDEMAN, Jr., Cashier; MARY E. MAHON, Ass’t Cashier.

NASHVILLE BRANCH.

(Transit Number 87-10)

(228 3rd Ave. North)

DIRECTORS
J. B. HILL, Chairman; JOEL B. FORT, Jr., C. A. CRAIG, PAUL M. DAVIS, Nashville, Tenn.; FRANK
J. HARLE, Cleveland, Tenn.; WM. P. RIDLEY, Columbia, Tenn.; C. W. BAILEY, Clarksville, Tenn.
OFFICERS
JOEL B. FORT, Jr., Managing Director; E. R. HARRISON, Cashier; L. W. STARR, Assistant Cashier.

SAVANNAH AGENCY.

(Transit Number 38-49)

(Citizens & Southern Nat’l Bk. Bldg.)

J. H. BOWDEN, Manager; JAS. A. GOETHE, Assistant Manager.

HAVANA AGENCY

(Metropolitan Bldg., Dr. Julio de Cardenas St.)

H. C. FRAZER, Manager; A. H. ALSTON, Assistant Manager.

DISTRICT No. 7—Bank Located at Chicago.

(Transit No. 2-30)

(230 S. La Salle St.)

TERRITORY IN DISTRICT—State of Iowa, all that part of Wisconsin in the counties of Vernon, Monroe, Jackson,
Clark, Marathon, Langlade, Oconto, and Marinette, together with all the counties lying east and south of these counties;
all of the southern peninsula of Michigan, viz.: that part east of Lake Michigan; ali that part of Illinois located north of
a line forming the southern boundary of the following counties: Hancock, Schuyler, Cass, Sangamon, Christian, Shelby,
Cumberland, and Clark; and all that part of Indiana north of a line forming the southern boundaries of the following
counties: Vigo, Clay, Owen, Monroe, Brown, Bartholomew, Jennings, Ripley, and Ohio.
Active members: On June 30, 1934 National Banks 508; State Banks 160.
Active non-member banks under state supervision in Federal Reserve District 7, 1,962.
DIRECTORS AND OFFICERS
GEORGE J. SCHALLER, Governor
CHARLES R. McKAY, Deputy Governor
EDWARD R. ESTBERG. Waukesha, Wis. (1934)
HOWARD P. PRESTON, Deputy Governor
FRANK D. WILLIAMS, Iowa City, Iowa (1935)
JAMES H. DILLARD, Deputy Governor
JAMES R. LEAVELL, Lake Forest, Ill. (1936)

Class A—Directors

Class B—Directors

WILLIAM C. BACHMAN, Assistant Deputy Governor
EUGENE A. DELANEY, Assistant Deputy Governor
OTTO J. NETTERSTROM, Assistant Deputy Governor
ARTHUR L. OLSON, Assistant Deputy Governor
ALFRED T. SIHLER, Assistant Deputy Governor

STANFORD T. CRAPO, Detroit, Mich. (1934)
NICHOLAS H. NOYES, Indianapolis, Ind. (1935)
MAX W. BABB, Milwaukee, Wis. (1936)

Class C—Directors
FRANK C. BALL, Muncie, Ind. (1934)
JAMES SIMPSON, Chicago, Ill. (1935)
EUGENE M. STEVENS, Evanston, Ill. (1936), Chairman

FRED BATEMAN, Manager, Securities Department
ALLAN BLACK, Manager Planning Department
JOSEPH C. CALLAHAN, Manager, Member Bank
Accounts Department
ROBERT E. COULTER, Manager, Cash Custody Depart­
ment
NEIL B. DAWES, Manager, Investment Department
IRVING FISCHER, Manager, Check Department
ROBERT J. HARGREAVES, Manager, Personnel De­
partment
FRANK A. LINDSTEN, Manager, Disbursing Depart­
ment
LOUIS G. MEYER, Manager, Service Department
LOUIS G. PAVEY, Manager, Collection Department
FRANKLIN L. PURRINGTON, Manager, Reconstruc­
tion Finance Corporation, Custody Division.
JESSE G. ROBERTS, Manager, Cash Department
WILLIAM W. TURNER, Manager, Loans

SOLOMON A. SMITH, Chicago, Ill., Member Federal
Advisory Council

Officers

EUGENE M. STEVENS, Chairman of the Board and
Federal Reserve Agent
JAMES SIMPSON, Deputy Chairman
CLIFFORD 8. YOUNG, Assistant Federal Reserve Agent
GEORGE A. PRUGH, Assistant Federal Reserve Agent
HARRIS G. PETT, Manager, Division of Research and
Statistics
WILLIAM H. SNYDER, Controller
FRANCIS R. BURGESS, General Auditor
WALTER A. HOPKINS, Assistant Auditor
CHARLES B. DUNN, Counsel


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FEDERAL RESERVE BANK INFORMATION
DISTRICT No. 7—Continued
(Statement as of July 8, 198/f)
(In thousands of dollars)

LIABILITIES
F. R. notes in actual circulation................

RESOURCES
Gold Certificates on hand and due from U. S. Treasury
Redemption fund—F. D. Notes........................................
Other cash...........................................................................
Total reserves.............................................................
Bills discounted:
Secured by U. S. Government obligations
Other bills discounted...............................
Total bills discounted.............................
Bills bought in open market..........................
U. S. Government securities:
Bonds...........................................................
Treasury notes...........................................
Other certificates and bills....................... .
Total U. S. Government securities........
Total bills and securities......................
Due from foreign banks............................... .
Federal Reserve notes of other banks.........
Uncollected items...........................................
Bank premises................................................
Fed. Dep. Ins. Corp. stock...........................
All other resources.........................................
TOTAL RESOURCES.........................

$774,983

Deposits:
Member bank—reserve account............
U. S. Treasurer—General Account
Foreign bank...........................................
Other deposits.........................................

652,304
19,125
616
4,448

Total deposits......................................

$676,493

Deferred availability items........................
Capital paid in............................................
Surplus.........................................................
Reserve for contingencies...........................
All other liabilities......................................

61,521
12,613
20,681
2,969
2,788
$1,552,048

TOTAL LIABILITIES.....................

.$1,026,945
2,143
29,158
$1,058,246

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203
203
649
76,501
218,557
135,785
$430,843
$431,695
414
2,195
50,878
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1,233
$1,552,048

TIME SCHEDULE OF FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF CHICAGO
(Effective September 2, 1930)
of the United States will be received for Immediate credit until
11 a.m. when listed In a separate deposit which does not Include
other items. After said hour special deposits consisting only of
items $500 and over will be received until 12 noon.
Checks drawn on out-of-town banks will be received for
deferred credit, in accordance with the schedule below, until
12 noon (Saturday 11 a.m.). After said hours special deposits con­
sisting only of checks $600 and over will be received until 2 pjn.
(Saturday 12 noon).

Checks on Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, officers’ checks
of other Federal reserve banks, Federal reserve exchange
drafts, and Federal reserve transfer drafts will be received for
Immediate credit until 2 p.m. (Saturday 12 noon) when listed in
a separate deposit which does not include other items.
Checks drawn on Chicago banks and United States postal
money orders payable at Chicago will be received for imme­
diate credit until 9.30 a.m. (Saturday 9 a.m.).
Government warrants and checks drawn on the Treasurer
Number of
Days Deferred
States
Calends
| Days
Cities
Days
Alabama........................................................... 4
Birmingham.....................2
Arizona..............................................................6
Arkansas.......................................................... 5
Little Rock.......................2
California........................................................ 6
Los Angeles......................3
San Francisco..................3
Colorado........................................................... 6
Denver...............................2
Connecticut................................................... 4
Delaware.......................................................... 4
District of Columbia.................................4
Florida.............................................................. 4
Jacksonville..................... 3
Georgia............................................................. 4
Atlanta..............................2
Idaho..................................................................6
Illinois...............................................................2
Chicago............................. immediate
Indiana............................................................. 2
Iowa....................................................................2
Kansas...............................................................3
Kansas City.................... 1
Kentucky......................................................... 3
Louisville..........................1
Louisiana......................................................... 5
New Orleans....................2
Maine.................................................................4

Nupiber of
Days Deferred
Calendar | Business
States
| Days
Days
Cities
Maryland.........................................................4
Baltimore...........................2
Massachusetts.............................................. 4
Boston.................................2
Michigan......................................................... 2
Detroit................................ 1
Minnesota.......................................................3
Minneapolis...................... 1
St. Paul..............................1
Mississippi...................................................... 5
Missouri........................................................... 3
Kansas City...................... 1
St. Louis.............................1
Montana.......................................................... 5
Helena................................ 3
Nebraska..........................................................3
Omaha................................ 2
Nevada.............................................................. 6
New Hampshire........................................... 4
New Jersey......................................................4
New Mexico.................................................... 6
New York.........................................................4
Buffalo................................ 2
New York..........................2
North Carolina.............................................4
Charlotte............................2
North Dakota................................................ 5
Ohio....................................................................3
Cincinnati.......................... 1
Cleveland........................... 1

Checks drawn on banks not located in a Federal reserve city but
bearing upon their face a notation that they are payable at or
receivable for immediate availability in a Federal reserve city

Number of
Days Deferred
Calendar 1
States
Days
|
Days
Cities
Oklahoma....................................................... 4
Oklahoma City................ 2
Oregon...............................................................6
Portland..............................3
Pennsylvania................................................. 4
Philadelphia...................... 2
Pittsburgh..........................2
Rhode Island................................................. 4
South Carolina............................................ 4
South Dakota................................................S
Tennessee........................................................ S
Memphis............................ 2
Nashville............................ 2
Texas.................................................................. 6
Dallas.................................. 2
El Paso............................... 3
Houston.............................. 3
San Antonio...................... 3
Utah....................................................................6
Salt Lake City.................3
Vermont....................................................... .4
Virginia.............................................................4
Richmond.......................... 2
Washington....................................................6
Seattle.................................3
Spokane.............................. 3
West Virginia................................................ 4
Wisconsin........................................................2
Wyoming......................................................... 6

will be accepted on the same basis as checks drawn on banks located
in that city,

DETROIT BRANCH.

(Transit No. 9-29)

(160 Fort Street, West)

Officers

Directors

RALPH H. BUSS, Managing Director
JOHN H. MARTIN, Asst. Federal Reserve Agent
HARLAN J. CHALFONT, Cashier
ARTHUR A. VOGT, Assistant Cashier
HAROLD L. DIEHL, Assistant Cashier
WILLIAM A. EUBANK, Assistant Auditor
ISADORE LEVIN, Assistant Counsel

GEORGE B. MORLEY, Saginaw, Mich.
DAVID McMORRAN, Port Huron, Mich.
WILSON W. MILLS, Detroit, Mich.
JAMES INGLIS, Detroit, Mich.
N. P. HULL, Lansing, Mich.
JOHN BALLANTYNE, Detroit, Mich.
RALPH H. BUSS. Detroit, Mioh.


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DISTRICT No. 8

Bank Located at St. Louis.

(Transit Number 4-4)

(411 Locust Street)

TERRITORY IN DISTRICT—Arkansas, all Missouri east of the western boundary of the following counties:
Harrison, Daviess, Caldwell, Ray, Lafayette, Johnson, Henry, St. Clair, Cedar, Dade, Lawrence, and Barry; all Dlinois
south of the northern boundaries of the following counties: Adams, Brown, Morgan, McCoupin, Montgomery, Fayette,
Effingham, Jasper, and Crawford; all Indiana south of the northern boundaries of the following counties: Sullivan, Greene,
Lawrence, Jackson, Scott, Jefferson, and Switzerland; all Kentucky west of the eastern boundaries of the following counties:
Gallatin, Owen, Franklin, Anderson, Mercer, Boyle, Casey, Russell, and Wayne; all Tennessee west of the eastern boundaries
of the following counties: Henry, Benton, Decatur, and Hardin; and all Mississippi north of the southern boundaries of the
following counties: Washington, Holmes, Attala, Winston, Noxubee, and Humphreys.
Membership: National Banks 340; State Banks 72. Total 412.
DIRECTORS
CLASS A:—JOHN G. LONSDALE (1935), St. Louis; F. GUY HITT (1934), Zeigler, HI.; MAX B. NAHM
(1936), Bowling Green, Ky.
CLASS B:—J. W. HARRIS (1936),.St. Louis, Mo.; WILLIAM B. PLUNKETT (1934), Little Rock, Ark.; M. P.
STURDIVANT, (1935) Glendora, Miss.
CLASS C:—JOHN S. WOOD, St. Louis, Chairman of Board and Federal Reserve Agent; PAUL DILLARD (1934),
Memphis. Tenn , Deputy Chairman; JOHN R. STANLEY (1935), Evansville, Ind.
WALTER W. SMITH, St.Louis, Mo., Member Federal Advisory Council.
OFFICERS
JOHN S. WOOD, Chairman of the Board and Federal Reserve Agent; C. M. STEWART, Secretary and Assistant Fed­
eral Reserve Agent; WM. McC. MARTIN, Governor; OLIN M. ATTEBERY, Deputy Governor; JAMES G. McCONKEY,
Deputy Governor and Counsel-, A. H. HAILL, S. F. GILMORE. F. N. HALL, G. 0. HOLLOCHER, and O. C.
PHILLIPS, Controllers; L. H. BAILEY, General Auditor; A. E. DEBRECHT, Assistant Auditor.

(.Statement of July 11, 1934)
(In thousands of dollars)
LIABILITIES
F. R. notes in actual circulation...........................................................$132,497
deposits:
Member banks—reserve account........................... $111,520
United States Treasurer General Accounts ...

3,327

Foreign bank...................................................................

101

Other deposits................................................................

14,755

Total deposits...................................................................................... $129,763
Deferred availability items.....................................................................

19,520

Capital paid in.............................................................................................

4,027

Surplus........................................................................................................

4,756

Reserve for contingencies..................................................................

853

All other liabilities......................................................................................

288

TOTAL LIABILITIES. . ..........................................................$291,704

RESOURCES
Gold Certificates on hand and Due from U. S. Treasury . . . .$162,509
Redemption fund—Federal Reserve notes.....................................
954
Other cash...................................................................... ...........................
11,052
Total reserves............................................................................................ $174,515
Bills discounted:
Secured by U. S. Government obligations.....................................
125
Other bills discounted ...........................................................................
66
Total bills discounted...........................................................................$
191
Bills bought in open market...................................................................
121
U. S. Government securities:
Bonds........................................................................................................... $
Treasury notes.........................................................................................
Certificates and bills...........................
Total U. S. Government securities.................................................$

16,167
47,842
29,191
93,200

Total bills and securities..................................................................... 93,512
Due from foreign banks...........................................................................
10
F. R. notes of other banks......................................................................
1,440
Uncollected items..................
18,822
Bank premises........................
3,124
All other resources......................................................................................
281
TOTAL RESOURCES...................................................................$291,704

TIME SCHEDULE OF THE FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF ST. LOUIS, MO,
Immediate—St. Louis.
One Day After Receipt (Actual)—Little Rock, North Little
Rock, Chicago, Kansas City, Kan., Louisville, Kansas City, Mo.,
Omaha, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Memphis.
Two Days After Receipt (Actual)—Birmingham, Denver, Jack­
sonville, Atlanta, New Orleans, Baltimore, Boston, Detroit, Minne­
apolis, St. Paul, Buffalo, New York City, Charlotte, Oklahoma City,
Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Nashville, Dallas, El Paso, Houston,
San Antonio, Richmond; (Business)—“"Illinois, *Missouri.
Three Days After Receipt (Actual)—Los Angeles, Helena,
Portland, Salt Lake City; (Business)—“"Arkansas, Indiana, Iowa,
♦Kansas. "“Kentucky, “““Nebraska, "“Ohio, “"Tennessee.

LITTLE ROCK BRANCH.

Four Days After Receipt (Actual)—San Francisco, Seattle,
Spokane; (Business)—“"Alabama, Connecticut, Delaware, District of
Columbia, “"Florida, “"Georgia, “"Louisiana, Maine, “"Maryland,
“"Massachusetts, “"Michigan, “"Minnesota, Mississippi, New Hamp­
shire, New Jersey, “"New York, “"North Carolina, “"Oklahoma, “"Penn­
sylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Vermont, “"Virginia, West
Virginia, Wisconsin.
Five Days After Receipt (Business)—“"Colorado, New Mexico,
“"Texas, Wyoming.
Six Days After Receipt (Business)—Arizona, “"California, Idaho.
“"Montana, Nevada, North Dakota, “"Oregon, South Dakota, “"Utah,
“"Washington.

*Except banks in cities listed separately in this schedule.

(Transit Number 81-13)

(3rd & Louisiana Sts.)

A. F. BAILEY, Managing Director; M. H. LONG, Cashier; CLIFFORD WOOD, Assistant Cashier.
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DIRECTORS
A. F. BAILEY, GORDON H. CAMPBELL, W. A. HICKS, F. KRAMER DARRAGH and MOORHEAD
WRIGHT of Little Rock, JO. NICHOL, Pine Bluff, Ark., and STUART WILSON, Texarkana, Ark.

TIME SCHEDULE OF LITTLE ROCK BRANCH
Immediate—Little Rock, North Little Rock.
District of Columbia, "“Georgia, “"Illinois, (Chicago Zone;, Indiana,
(Chicago and Louisville Zones), Iowa, “"Kansas, “"Kentucky, (Cin­
One Day After Receipt (Actual)—St. Louis, Memphis, Dallas.
cinnati and Louisville Zones), “"Louisiana, “"Michigan, “"Minnesota,
Two Days After Receipt (Actual)—Birmingham, Denver, Jack­
Mississippi, (New Orleans Zone), “"Missouri, (Kansas City Zone),
sonville, Atlanta, Chicago, Kansas City, Kan., Louisville, New
“"Nebraska, “"Ohio, “"Oklahoma, “"Pennyslvania, “"Tennessee, (At­
Orleans, Detroit, Minneapolis, St. Paul, Kansas City, Mo., Omaha,
lanta and Nashville Zones), “"Virginia, Wisconsin.
Buffalo, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Oklahoma City, Pittsburgh, Nash­
Five Days After Receipt (Actual)—Seattle, Spokane; (Business)
ville, El Paso, Houston, San Antonio, Richmond; (Business)——"“Colorado, Connecticut, “"Florida, Maine, “"Maryland, “"Massa­
“"Arkansas, (Little Rock Zone.)
chusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, “"New York,
Three Days After Receipt (Actual)—Baltimore, Boston, New
“"North Carolina, Rhode Island, South Carolina, “"Texas, Vermont,
York City, Charlotte, Philadelphia, (Business)—“"Arkansas, (Mem­
West Virginia.
phis and St. Louis Zones), “"Illinois, (St. Louis Zone), Indiana,
Six Days After Receipt (Business)—“"Montana, North Dakota,
(St. Louis Zone), Kentucky, (St. Louis Zone), Mississippi, (Memphis
South Dakota, Wyoming.
Zone), “"Missouri, (St. Louis Zone), Memphis (Memphis and St.
Louis Zones).
Seven Days After Receipt (Business)—Arizona, “"California,
Idaho, Nevada, “"Oregon, “"Utah, “"Washington.
Four Days After Receipt (Actual)—Los Angles, San Francisco,
Helena, Portland, Salt Lake City; (Business)—“"Alabama, Delaware,
*Except banks in cities listed separately in this schedule.


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LOUISVILLE BRANCH. (Transit Number 21-59)

(5th & Market Sts.)

JOHN T. MOORE, Managing Director; C. A. SCHACHT, Cashier; S. B. JENKS, Assistant Cashier.
DIRECTORS
JOHN T. MOORE, Louisville, Ky.; WHITEFOORD R. COLE, Louisville, Ky.; W. C. MONTGOMERY, Elizabeth­
town, Kv.; W. W. CRAWFORD, Louisville, Ky.: W. P. PAXTON, Paducah, Ky.; W. A. BROWN, Bedford, Ind.;
W. R. COBB, Louisville, Ky.
TIME SCHEDULE OF LOUISVILLE BRANCH
Four Days After Receipt (Actual)—Los Angeles, San Francisco,
Helena, Portland, Seattle, Spokane; (Business)—*Arkansas, (Little
Rock Zone), Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, *Florida,
♦Kansas, *Louisiana, Maine, *Maryland, *Ma.ssachusetts, ♦Michi­
gan, *Minnesota, Mississippi, (New Orleans Zone), *Missouri,
(Kansas City Zone), ♦Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Jersey,
♦New York, *North Carolina, *Oklahoma, *Pennsylvania, Rhode
Island, South Carolina, Vermont, *Virginia, West Virginia, Wis­
consin.
Five Days After Receipt (Business)—*Colorado, *Texas.
Six Days After Receipt (Business)—*Montana, New Mexico,
North Dakota, South Dakota, *Utah, Wyoming.
Seven Days After Receipt (Business)—Arizona, *Califorma.
Idaho, Nevada, ♦Oregon, *Washington.

Immediate—Louisville.
One Day After Receipt (Actual)—Birmingham, Chicago, St.
Louis, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Memphis, Nashville.
Two Days After Receipt (Actual)—Little Rock, North Little
Rock, Denver, Jacksonville, Atlanta, Kansas City, Kan., New
Orleans, Baltimore, Boston, Detroit, Minneapolis, St. Paul, Kansas
City, Mo., Omaha, Buffalo, New York City, Charlotte, Oklahoma
City, Philadelphia, Dallas, Houston, San Antonio, Richmond;
(Business)—Indiana, (LouisvilleZone), Kentucky, (LouisvilleZone).
Three Days After Receipt (Actual)—El Paso, Salt Lake City;
(Business)—*Alabama, *Arkansas, (Memphis and St. Louis Zones)
♦Georgia, *Illinois, (Chicago and St. Louis Zones), Indiana, (Chicago
and St. Louis Zones), Iowa, * Kentucky, (Cincinnati and St. Louis
Zones), Mississippi, (Memphis Zone), Missouri, (St. Louis Zone),
♦Ohio, *Tennessee. (Atlanta, Memphis, Nashville, and St. Louis
Zones).

MEMPHIS BRANCH.

*Exccpt banks in cities listed separately in this schedule.

(Transit Number 26-3)

(3rd & Jefferson Sts.)

W. H. GLASGOW, Managing Director; S. K. BELCHER, Cashier; C. E. MARTIN, Assistant Cashier.
DIRECTORS
W. H. GLASGOW, WILLIAM ORGILL, W. R. KING, and S. E. RAGLAND of Memphis, Tenn., WILLIS
POPE, Columbus, Miss., E. L. ANDERSON, Dickerson, Miss., and J. W. ALDERSON, Forrest City, Ark.
TIME SCHEDULE OF MEMPHIS BRANCH
Four Days After Receipt (Actual)—San Francisco, Helena,
Immediate—Memphis.
Portland, Seattle, Spokane; (Business)—Delaware, District of
One Day After Receipt (Actual)—Birmingham, Little Rock,
Columbia, *Florida, *Georgia, *Illinois, (Chicago Zone), *Indiana,
North Little Rock, Louisville, St. Louis, Nashville.
(Chicago Zone), Iowa, *Kansas, *Kentucky, (Cincinnati Zone),
Two Days After Receipt (Actual)—Jacksonville, Atlanta,
♦Louisiana, *Maryiand, *Michigan, *Minnesota, *Missouri, (Kan­
Chicago, Kansas City, Kan., New Orleans, Baltimore. Detroit,
sas City Zone), *Nebraska, New Jersey, *New York, *North
Minneapolis, St. Paul, Kansas City, Mo., Omaha, Buffalo, New York
Carolina, *Ohio, *Oklahoma, *Pennsylvania, South Carolina,
City, Charlotte, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Oklahoma City, Philadel­
Tennessee, (Atlanta Zone), *Virginia, West Virginia, Wisconsin.
phia, Pittsburgh, Dallas, El Paso, Houston, San Antonio, Richmond;
Five Days After Receipt (Business)—*Colorado, Connecticut,
(Business)—* Arkansas, (Memphis Zone), Mississippi, (Memphis
Maine, *Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Mexico, Rhode
Zone), *Tennessee, (Memphis Zone).
Island, Texas, Vermont.
Three Days After Receipt (Actual)—Los Angeles, Denver,
Six Days After Receipt (Business)—Arizona, *Montana, North
Boston, Salt Lake City; (Business)—♦Alabama, * Arkansas, (Little
Dakota, South Dakota, *Utah, Wyoming..
Rock and St. Louis Zones), *Illinois, (St. Louis Zone), Indiana,
Seven Days After Receipt (Business)—*California, Idaho, Nevada,
(Louisville and St. Louis Zones), Kentucky, (Louisville and St.
♦Oregon, *Washington.
Louis Zones), Mississippi, (New Orleans Zone), ^Missouri, (St.
*Except banks in cities listed separately in this schedule.
Louis Zone), ♦Tennessee (Nashville and St. Louis Zones).

DISTRICT No. 9—Bank Located at Minneapolis.

(Transit Number 17-8)

(Location—73 So. Fifth St.)
TERRITORY IN DISTRICT—Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota, all Wisconsin in the counties:
La Crosse, Trempealeau, Eau Claire, Chippewa, Taylor, Lincoln, Oneida, Forest, and Florence, and all the counties lying
north and west of these and the northern peninsula of Michigan.
Membership: National Banks 472; State Banks 60.
DIRECTORS
CLASS A:—M. O. GRANGAARD (1934), Minneapolis; H. R. K1BBEE (1935), Mitchell, S. D.; H. C. HANSEN,
(1936), Church Ferry, N. Dak.
CLASS B:—W. O. WASHBURN (1934), St. Paul; J. E. O’CONNELL (1935), Helena, Mont.; ALBERT P. FUNK,
La Crosse, Wis. (1936.)
CLASS C:—JOHN N. PEYTON (1935), Chairman-, HOMER P. CLARK (1933), Deputy Chairman, St. Paul;
GEO. W. McCORMICK (1934), Menominee, Mich
OFFICERS
W. B. GEERY, Governor; HARRY YAEGER, Deputy Governor; H. I. ZIEMER, Deputy Governor and Cashier;
FRANK C. DUNLOP. Controller: L. E. RAST, Assistant Cashier: H. C. CORE, Assistant Cashier; A. R. LARSON,
Assistant Cashier; OTIS R. PRESTON, Assistant Cashier; W. E. PETERSON, Assistant Cashier; SIGURD UELAND,
Counsel: ROLF UELAND, Assistant Counsel; H. P. HOWARD. Custodian of Building.
JOHN N. PEYTON, Federal Reserve Agent; E. W. SWANSON, Assistant Federal Reserve Agent; F. M.
BAILEY, Assistant Federal Reserve Agent; O. S. POWELL, Statistician and Secretary of the Board of Directors.
MEMBER OF FEDERAL ADVISORY COUNCIL
THEODORE WOLD, Minneapolis, Minn.
{Statement of July 11, 1934)
(In thousands of dollars)
RESOURCES

LIABILITIES
F. R. notes in actual circulation.....................................................

$ 96,529

Deposits:
Member bank—reserve account.................................................

76,605

United States Treasurer—General account.......................

1,689

Foreign bank.......................................................................................

113

Other deposits...........................................................
Total deposits........................... .....................................................

Gold Certificates on hand and due from U. S. Treasury .
Redemption fund—F. R. notes...................................................
Other Cash*........................................................................................
Total reserves......................................................................................
Bills discounted:
Secured by U. S. Government obligations...........................
Other bills discounted.................................................................
Total bills discounted.............................................................
Bills bought in open market.........................................................
U. S. Government securities:
Bonds................................................................................. -...................
Treasury notes................ ...................................................................
Other Certificates and bills..........................................................
Total U. S. Government securities...................................
Total bills and securities................................................................
Due from foreign banks.................................................................
F. R. notes of other Federal Reserve banks..........................
Uncollected items......................................................................... ....
Bank premises....................................................................................
All other resources............................................................................

6,650
S 85,057

Deferred availability items..

11,430

Capital paid in.........................

3,061

Surplus.........................................

3,420

Reserve for contingencies.

1,026

All other liabilities..................

182

TOTAL LIABILITIES............................................................
$200,705
TOTAL RESOURCES............
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$105,421
1,152
13,233
$119,806

$

15
363
378
85

17,357
29,961
___18,283
$ 65,601
$ 66,064
7
945
11,125
1,664
1,094
$200,705

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TIME SCHEDULE OF THE FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF MINNEAPOLIS
All checks not drawn on a bank in Minneapolis or St. Paul and
those received before that hour will be handled and proceeds credited
received by this bank by 2:00 p.m. (except Saturday, when the
on day of receipt and proceeds will be available that day.
hour will be 12 noon), will be handled on day of receipt. Those
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received later than these hours will be handled on the following
Immediately Available as Reserve—Minneapolis and St. Paul
day of business. Owing to the clearing hour, checks drawn on
(if received before 10:00 a.m.); United States Treasury Warrants
Minneapolis and St. Paul banks received after 10.00 a m. will not
if separately sorted and received prior to 12:00 noon; Saturday
be handled or proceeds credited until the following business day;
11:00 a. m.
NINTH DISTRICT
STATES (EXCEPT CITIES AS LISTED)
FED. RES. BANK <& BRANCH CITIES &
CITIES
Two Days After Receipt
OTHER CITIES OUTSIDE OF
Minnesota
Wisconsin
NINTH DISTRICT
Three Days After Receipt
Two Days
Illinois
Michigan
One Day After Receipt
After Receipt
Indiana
Nebraska
Chicago
Fargo, N. D.
Iowa
„
Grand Forks, N. D.
Four Days After Receipt
Two Days After Receipt
Jamestown, N. D.
Connecticut
New Jersey
Valley City, N. D.
Delaware
New York
Baltimore
Nashville
Wahpeton, N. D.
Kansas
North Dakota
Buffalo
New York City
Aberdeen, S. D.
Ohio
Kentucky
Cincinnati
Oklahoma City
Mitchell. S. D.
Maine
Pennyslvania
Cleveland
Omaha
Sioux Falls, S. D.
Maryland
Rhode
Island
Detroit
Philadelphia
Watertown, S. D.
Massachusetts
South Dakota
Kansas City
Pittsburgh
Missouri
Vermont
Little Rock
St. Louis
Louisville
Sioux City, Iowa
New Hampshire
Three Days
Five Days After Receipt
Memphis
After Receipt
North Carolina
Alabama
Helena,
Mont.
Oklahoma
Arkansas
Three Days After Receipt
Bismarck, N. D.
South Carolina
Colorado
Atlanta
Jacksonville
Mandan, N. D.
District of Columbia Tennessee
Brimingham
New Orleans
Huron, S. D.
Virginia
Georgia
Boston
Richmond
Washington
Louisiana
Charlotte
Salt Lake City
Wyoming
Mississippi
Four Days
San Antonio
Dallas
Montana
After Receipt
Denver
Seattle
Six Days After Receipt
El Paso
Spokane
Anaconda, Mont.
California
Oregon
Houston
Billings, Mont.
Florida
Texas
Butte, Mont.
Idaho
Utah
Missoula, Mont.
Four Days After Receipt
New Mexico
West Virginia
Seven Days After Receipt
Los Angeles
San Francisco
Nevada
Arizona
Portland, Oregon
exception of those on Federal Reserve and branch cities, will be
One-day items forwarded by us on Saturday will be available
available the following Wednesday; those on Federal Reserve and
the following business day.
branch cities will be available the following Tuesday.
Two-day Items forwarded by us on Friday will be available the
Five-day items forwarded by us on Tuesday will be available the
following Monday; those forwarded by us on Saturday will be
following Monday; those forwarded by us on Thursday will be
available the following Tuesday, except items on Federal Reserve
available the following Wednesday.
and branch cities, which will be available the following Monday.
Six-day items forwarded by us on Thursday will be available the
Three-day items forwarded by us on Thursday will be available
following Thursday; those forwarded by us on Monday will be
the following Monday: those forwarded by us on Friday will be
available on the following Monday.
available the following Tuesday, except items on Federal Reserve
Seven-day items forwarded by us on Wednesday will be available
and branch cities, which will be available the following Monday.
the second Thursday. If an Intervening holiday delays remittance,
Four-day items forwarded by us on Wednesday will be available
availability will be deferred an additional day.
the following Monday; those forwarded by us on Friday, with the

HELENA BRANCH.

(Transit Number 93-26)

(Park & Edwards Sts.)
DIRECTORS
THOMAS A. MARLOW, Helena; A. R. McDERMOTT, Billings; WILLIAM P. SULLIVAN, Square Butte, Mont.;
HENRY S1EBEN, Helena; and R. E. TOWLE, Helena.
OFFICERS
R. E. TOWLE, Managing Director; A. A. HOERR, Cashier; C. J. LARSON, Assistant Cashier; T. B. WEIR, Counsel.

DISTRICT No. 10—Bank Located at Kansas City, Mo. (Transit Number 18-4)
(10th & Grand Ave.)
TERRITORY IN DISTRICT—Kansas, Nebraska, Colorado, Wyoming, all Missouri west of the eastern boundaries
of the following counties: Worth, Gentry, DeKalb, Clinton, Clay, Jackson, Cass, Bates, Vernon, Barton, Jasper, Newton,
and McDonald; all Oklahoma with exception of the following counties: Atoka, Bryan, Choctaw, Coal, Johnston, Marshall,
McCurtain, and Pushmataha; all New Mexico north of a line forming the southern boundary of the following counties:
Valencia, Bernalillo, Santa Fe, San Miguel, Harding and Union.
Membership: National Banks 695; State Banks 46.
Non-member Banks 1321. Total number of banks in District No. 10, 2062.
DIRECTORS
CLASS A:—E. E. MULLANEY (1935), Hill City, Kan.; FRANK W. SPONABLE (1934), Paola, Kan.; C. C. PARKS
^19(?LA^nB?—L?°E. PHILLIPS (1935), Bartlesville, Okla.; W. D. HOSFORD, (1936), Omaha, Neb.; J. M. BERNARDIN (1934), Kansas City, Mo.
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CLASS C:—M. L. McCLURE (1935), Kansas City, Chairman of Board; J. B. DOOLIN (1934) Alva, Okla.;
E. P. BROWN (1936), Davey, Neb., Deputy Chairman of Board.
W. T. KEMPER, Kansas City, Mo., Member Federal Advisory Council.
OFFICERS
GEORGE H.HAMILTON,Governor; C. A. WORTHIN GTON, Deputy Governor; J. W. HELM, DeputyGovemorandCashier.
ASSISTANT CASHIERS:—JOHN PHILLIPS, Jr., E. P. TYNER, G. E. BARLEY, M. W. E. PARK, G. H.
PIPKIN; H. G. LEEDY, Counsel.
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M. L. McCLURE, Chairman Board of Directors and Federal Reserve Agent; E P. BROWN, Deputy Chairmar' Board of
Directors; A M. McADAMS, Assistant Federal Reserve Agent and Secretary Board of Directors; N. R. OBERW ORTMANN,
Asst. Federal Reserve Agent and Examiner; S. A. WAP DELL. Auditor.
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(;Statement of July 11, 1984)
(In thousands of dollars)

RESOURCES
Gold certificates on hand and due from U. S. Treasury........$157,229
Redemption fund—F. R. notes...................................................
988
Other cash...................................................................................... ■ 10,319
Total reserves.........................................................................$168,536
Redemption fund—F. R. bank notes.........................................................
Bills discounted:
Secured by U. S. Government obligations..............................
15
Other bills discounted............................................................._._____ 172
Total bills discounted............................................................ $
187
Bills bought in open market.........................................................
142
U. S. Government securities:
Bonds............................................................................................ 17,273
Treasury notes............................................................................. 47,305
Certificates and bills.................................................................. 28,866
Total U. S. Government securities...................................... $ 93,444
Total bills and securities........................................................ 93,773
Due from foreign banks.................................................................
88
F. R. notes of other banks............................................................
1,534
Uncollected items............................................................................ 27,525
Bank premises.................................................................................
3,485
All other resources..........................................................................
524
TOTAL RESOURCES..........................................................$295,465

LIABILITIES
Federal reserve notes—in actual circulation...............................$110,378
F. R. bank note circulation—net...............................................................
Deposits:
Member bank—reserve account............................................... 143,020
U. S. Treasurer—General account..........................................
3,157
Foreign bank...................................................................................
137
Other deposits.................................................................................
4,756
Total deposits.......................................................................... $151,070
Deferred availability items............................................................
Capital paid in................................................................................
Surplus.....................................................................................
Reserve for contingencies..........................................................
All other liabilities..........................................................................

25,551
4,150
3,613
617
86

TOTAL LIABILITIES........................................................$295,465


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DISTRICT No. 10—Continued
TIME SCHEDULE OF FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF KANSAS CITY (Subject to change)
(Effective October 2, 1933)

This Schedule applies to checks and drafts on banks received at the Head Office of the Federal Reserve Bank of
Kansas City, within the hours specified in General Letter D—1.
Credit will not be given on the basis of this schedule unless separate credit letters are used and each credit letter
contains only items of the same availability date. All items in mixed letters will be deferred for the period of time repre­
sented by the item or items of the longest deferred availability therein.
Immediate:
Kansas City, Mo.
(Checks and drafts issued by any Federal Reserve Bank or Branch)
Kansas City, Kan.
(Checks and warrants drawn on the Treasurer of the United States)
On© Business Day—Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Memphis, Minne­
apolis, Minn., Oklahoma City, Omaha. St. Louis, St. Paul, Minn.
Two Business Days—Atlanta, Baltimore, Birmingham, Buffalo,
Cincinnati, Cleveland, Detroit, El Paso, Houston, Jacksonville,
Little Rock, Louisville, Muskogee, Nashville, New Orleans, Phila­
delphia, Pittsburgh, San Antonio, Tulsa, ‘Kansas, ‘Missouri (DIst.

‘Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Dakota,
Rhode Island, South Dakota, ‘Tennessee, ‘Utah, Vermont, Wyo­
ming.
Six Business Days—Arizona, ‘California, ‘Montana, Nevada,
‘Oregon, ‘Washington.

*Except cities listed in other Schedules.
Note: Checks and drafts on banks located in Federal Reserve Bank
or Branch cities will be deferred on an actual calendar-day basis when
a Sunday or holiday intervenes while items are in transit, provided
such items are sorted in a separate letter. The foregoing does not
affect such items as reach their destination on a Sunday or holiday.
Note: Items drawn on banks located in Kansas City, Mo. and Kansas
City, Kans., not members of the Clearing House Assn, are accepted for
immediate availability, but such items are collected by mail and are hand­
led subject to final payment of exchange received, in accordance with the
provision of Section XI of General Letter D—1. Return of unpaid items
drawn on such banks will be subject to delay of two or more days.

10).

Three Business Days—Boston, Charlotte, Helena, Los Angeles,
New York City, Portland, Richmond, Salt Lake City, San Francisco,
Spokane, ‘Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, ‘Minnesota, ‘Missouri (Dist. 8),
‘Nebraska, ‘Oklahoma, Wisconsin.
Four Business Days—Seattle, ‘Alabama, ‘Arkansas, ‘Colorado,
Dist. of Columbia, Delaware, ‘Florida, ‘Georgia, ‘Louisiana,
‘Maryland, ‘Michigan, Mississippi, New Jersey, ‘New York, ‘North
Carolina, ‘Ohio, ‘Pennsylvania, South Carolina, ‘Texas, ‘Virginia,
West Virginia.
Five Business Days—Connecticut, Idaho, ‘Kentucky, Maine,

DENVER BRANCH

(Transit Number 23-19)

(17th & Arapahoe)
J. E. OLSON, Managing Director; STANLEY A. BROWN, Cashier; JOHN A. CRONAN, Assistant Cashier.
DIRECTORS
HAROLD KOUNTZE, Denver; MERRITT W. GANO, Denver; J. E. OLSON, Denver; MURDO MACKENZIE,
Denver; R. H. DAVIS, Denver; H. W. FARR, Greeley, Colo.; HENRY SWAN, Denver.
TIME SCHEDULE OF DENVER BRANCH OF THE FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF KANSAS CITY
Immediate—Denver. (Checks and warrants drawn on the
Five Business Days—‘Alabama, Arizona, ‘Arkansas, ‘Cali­
Treasurer of the United States).
fornia, ‘Florida, ‘Georgia, Idaho, ‘Kentucky, ‘Louisiana, ‘Mary­
Two Business Days—Boulder, Colo., Chicago, Colorado Springs,
land, ‘Michigan, ‘Minnesota, Mississippi, ‘Montana, New Jersey,
Dallas, El Paso, Helena, Houston, Kansas City, Kan., Kansas City
‘New York, ‘North Carolina, ‘Ohio, ‘Pennsylvania, ‘Tennessee,
Mo., Oklahoma City, Omaha, Pueblo, Colo., Salt Lake City, San
‘Texas, ‘Utah, ‘Virginia, West Virginia, Wisconsin.
Antonio, St. Louis, Trinidad, Colo.
Six Business Days—Connecticut, Delaware, District of Colum­
Three Business Days—Atlanta, Baltimore, Birmingham, Buf­
bia, Maine, ‘Massachusetts, Nevada, New Hampshire, North
falo, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Detroit, Little Rock, Los Angeles,
Dakota, ‘Oregon, Rhode Island, South Carolina., South Dakota.
Louisville, Memphis, Minneapolis, Nashville, New Orleans, New
Vermont, ‘Washington.
York City, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Portland, Richmond, San
Francisco, Spokane, St. Paul, Seattle, ‘Colorado, New Mexico.
*Except cities listed in other Schedules.
Four Business Days—Boston, Charlotte, Jacksonville, ‘IllinoisIndiana, Iowa, ‘Kansas, ‘Missouri, ‘Nebraska, ‘Oklahoma, Wy­
See “Note" under head office schedule.
oming.

OMAHA BRANCH

(Transit Number 27-12)

(1701-5 Dodge St.)
L. H. EARHART, Managing Director; G. A. GREGORY, Cashier; WM. PHILLIPS and O. P. CORDILL,
Assistant Cashiers.
DIRECTORS
WM. DIESING, Omaha; A. H. MARBLE, Cheyenne, Wyo.; L. H. EARHART, Omaha: W. DALE CLARK,
Omaha, Nebr.; W. E. HARDY, Lincoln; T. L. DAVIS, Omaha; DANIEL M. HILDEBRAND, Seward, Nebraska.
TIME SCHEDULE OF OMAHA BRANCH
Immediate—Omaha. (Checks and warrants drawn on the
‘Ohio, ‘Oklahoma, ‘Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, Wy­
Treasurer of the United States.)
oming.
Five Business Days—‘Arkansas, District of Columbia, ‘Florida,
One Business Day—Chicago, Denver, Kansas City, Kan.,
‘Kentucky, ‘Louisiana, ‘Montana. ‘North Carolina, North Dakota,
Kansas City, Mo., Minneapolis, St. Paul, Minn.
South
Carolina, South Dakota, ‘Tennessee, ‘Texas, ‘Virginia,
Two Business Days—Atlanta, Baltimore, Birmingham, Buffalo,
West Virginia.
Cincinnati, Cleveland, Dallas, Detroit, Little Rock, Louisville,
Six Business Days—Arizona, ‘California, Idaho, Mississippi,
Memphis, Nashville, New York City, Oklahoma City, Philadelphia,
Nevada, ‘Oregon, ‘Utah, * Washington.
Pittsburgh, Pa., Salt Lake City, San Antonio, St. Joseph, St. Louis,
*Except cities listed in other Schedules.
‘Nebraska.
Three Business Days—Boston, Charlotte, El Paso, Helena,
See “Note” under head office schedule.
Houston, Jacksonville, Los Angeles, New Orleans, Portland, Rich­
Note: Items drawn on banks located in Omaha, Neb., not members of
mond, San Francisco, Seattle, Spokane, ‘Illinois, Indiana, Iowa,
the Clearing House Assn, are accepted for immediate availability, but
‘Kansas, ‘Minnesota, Wisconsin.
such items are collected by mail and handled subject to final payment of
Four Business Days—‘Alabama, ‘Colorado, Connecticut, Dela­
exchange received, in accordance loith the provisions of Section XI of
ware, ‘Georgia, Maine. ‘Maryland, ‘Massachusetts, ‘Michigan,
General Letter D—1. Return of unpaid items drawn on such banks will
‘Missouri, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, ‘New York,
be subject to delay of two or more days.

OKLAHOMA CITY BRANCH

(Transit Number 39-24)

(226 West Third St.)
C. E. DANIEL, Managing Director; R. O. WUNDERLICH, Cashier; R. L. MATHES, Assistant Cashier.
DIRECTORS
H. H. OGDEN, Muskogee; C. E. DANIEL, Oklahoma City; NED HOLMAN. Oklahoma City; AUSTIN MILLER
Oklahoma City; J. B. DOOLIN, Alva, Okla.; LEE CLINTON, Tulsa, Okla.; F. T. CHANDLER, Chickasha, Okla.
TIME SCHEDULE OF OKLAHOMA CITY BRANCH,
Immediate—Oklahoma City. (Checks and warrants drawn on
the Treasurer of the United States.)
One Business Day—Dallas, Kansas City, Kan., Kansas City,
Mo.
Two Business Days—Baltimore, Birmingham, Chicago, Cin­
cinnati, Cleveland, Denver, Detroit, El Paso, Houston, Little Rock,
Louisville, Memphis, Minneapolis, Nashville, New Orleans, Omaha,
St. Louis, St. Paul, San Antonio, ‘Oklahoma.
Three Business Days—Atlanta, Boston, Buffalo, Charlotte,
Helena, Jacksonville, Los Angeles, New York City, Philadelphia,
Pittsburgh, Richmond, Salt Lake City, San Francisco, ‘Kansas.
Four Business Days—Boulder, Colo., Colorado Springs, Port­
land, Pueblo, Seattle, Spokane, Trinidad, Colo., ‘Alabama, ‘Georgia,
‘Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, ‘Maryland, ‘Minnesota, ‘Missouri, ‘Neb­
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FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF KANSAS CITY
Five Business Days—‘Arkansas, ‘Colorado, Connecticut, Dela­
ware, District of Columbia, ‘Florida, ‘Kentucky, ‘Louisiana, Maine,
‘Massachusetts, ‘Michigan, Mississippi, New Hampshire. New
Jersey, New Mexico, ‘New York, ‘North Carolina, ‘Pennsylvania
Rhode Island, South Carolina, ‘Tennessee, Vermont, ‘Virginia’
Six Business Days—‘California, Idaho, ‘Montana, Nevada’,
North Dakota, ‘Oregon, South Dakota, ‘Utah, West Virginia,
Wyoming.
Seven Business Days—Arizona, ‘Washington.

*Except cities listed in other Schedules.
See “Note” under head office schedule.
For items draivn on banks located in Oklahoma City, see Note under
Omaha Branch.

FEDERAL RESERVE BANK INFORMATION
DISTRICT No. 11—Bank Located at Dallas.

(Transit Number 32-3)

(Wood & Akard Sts.)
TERRITORY IN DISTRICT—Texas, all New Mexico south of the northern boundaries of the following counties:
Catron, Socorro, Torrance, Guadalupe, and Quay, all Louisiana north of the southern boundaries of the following
counties: Sabine, Natchitoches, Grant, LaSalle, Catahoula, and Concordia; the following counties in Oklahoma: Atoka,
Marshall, Bryan, Choctaw, Coal, Pushmataha, McCurtain, and Johnston, and the following counties in Arizona: Pima,
Graham, Greenlee, Cochise, and Santa Cruz.
Membership: National Banks 496, State Banks 60. Total 556.
DIRECTORS
CLASS A:—R. E. HARDING (1936), Ft. Worth, Tex.; W. H. PATRICK (1934), Clarendon, Tex.; ALF.
MORRIS (1935), Winnsboro, Texas.
CLASS B:—A. S. CLEVELAND (1934), Houston, Texas; J. R. MILAM (1936), Waco, Texas; JOHN D.
MIDDLETON (1935), Greenville, Texas.
CLASS C:—C. C. WALSH (1934), Chairman of Board and Federal Reserve Agent; S. B. PERKINS (1936) Deputy
Chairman of Board, Dallas; E. R. BROWN (1935), Dallas.
OFFICERS
C. C. WALSH, Chairman of Board and Federal Reserve Agent; CHAS. C. HALL, Assistant Federal Reserve Agent and
Secretary; W. J. EVANS, Assistant Federal Reserve Agent; B. A. McKINNEY, Governor; R. R. GILBERT, Deputy Gov­
ernor; R. B. COLEMAN, Deputy Governor; FRED HARRIS, Cashier; W. O. FORD, Assistant Deputy Governor; E. B.
AUSTIN, Assistant Cashier; L. G. PONDROM, Assistant Cashier; R. O. WEBB, Assistant Cashier; W. P. CLARKE.
General Auditor; C. C. TRUE, Assistant Auditor; C. C. HUFF, General Counsel; LOCKE, LOCKE, STROUD and
RANDOLPH, Counsel.
J. H. FROST, Member Federal Advisory Council, San Antonio, Tex.
(,Statement of July 11, 1934)
{In thousands of dollars)
LIABILITIES
F. R. notes in actual circulation....................
F. R. bank notes circulation—net................

« At ono
.........*
..........................

Deposits:
Member bank—reserve account ..............
U. S. Treasurer—General account..........
Foreign bank ...................................................
Other deposits...................................................

113,668
1,544
137
1,142

Total deposits..............................................

$116,491

Deferred availability items..............................
Capital paid in......................................................
Surplus......................................................................
Reserve for contingencies...............................
All other liabilities...............................................

16,886
3 994
'RQQ
3,ood
1,130
1,548
’
$184,964

TOTAL LIABILITIES..........................

RESOURCES
Gold certificates on hand and due from
U. S. Treasury................................................
Redemption fund—F. R. notes......................
Other cash.......................................... .....................
Total reserves...................................
Redemption fund—F. R. bank notes
Bills discounted:
Secured by U. S. Govt, obligations
Other bills discounted.....................
Total bills discounted.................
Bills bought in open market.............
U. S. Government securities:
Bonds......................................................
Treasury notes. .;............................
Certificates and bills........................
Total U. S. Government securities. .
Total bills and securities..........................
Due from foreign banks....................................
Uncollected items.................................................
F. R. notes of other banks...............................
Bank premises........................................................
All other resources................................................
TOTAL RESOURCES

$

$

94,017
80
395
475
142

20.38S
31,727
19,359
$ 71,474
72,091
8S
15,695
342
1,757
974
$ 184,964

TIME SCHEDULE OF FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF DALLAS
Shamrock, Sherman, Snyder, Stamford, Stephenville, Strawn, Sul­
phur Springs, Sweetwater, Tahoka, Talpa, Taylor, Teague, Temple,
Terrell, Texarkana, Thorndale. Thornton, Tolar, Trenton, Troup,
Troy, Tulia, Tyler, Univ. Park (post office Dallas), Valley Mills,
Valley View, Van Alstyne, Venus, Vernon, Waco, Waxahachie,
Weatherford, Wellington, West, Wheeler, Whitesboro, Whitewright,
Whitney. Wichita Falls, Wills Point, Windom, Winters, Wortham,
Wylie. Louisiana—Arcadia, Monroe, Pelican, Shreveport. Okla­
homa—Atoka. Caddo, Colbert, Durant, Hugo, Madill, Mannsville,
Mill Creek. Other Districts—Atlanta, Birmingham, Charlotte,
Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland. Denver, Detroit, Jacksonville,
Louisville, Minneapolis, Nashville, Omaha, Pittsburgh, St. Louis,
St. Paul.
Three Business Days After Receipt—Dallas Territory, except
points noted in 2-day Division, Points of 2-day availability, Hous­
ton Territory, according to schedule of Houston Branch, Points of
2-day availability, San Antonio Territory, according to schedule of
San Antonio Branch. Other Districts—Baltimore, Boston,
Brooklyn, Buffalo, Los Angeles, New York City, Philadelphia,
Richmond, Salt Lake City, Kansas, Louisiana (Dist. 6), Oklahoma
(Dist. 10).
Four Business Days After Receipt—Eleventh District unas­
sorted items—-Helena, Portland, San Francisco, Seattle, Spokane,
Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, JoWa,
Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, Ohio,
Wisconsin.
Five Business Days After Receipt—Colorado, Connecticut,
Delaware, District of Columbia, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland,
Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico (Dist. 10),
New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South
Carolina, Tennessee, Vermont, Virginia, West Virginia.
Six Business Days After Receipt—Arizona (Dist. 12), Cali­
fornia, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Utah, Wyoming.
Seven Business Days After Receipt—Idaho, Nevada. Oregon.
Washington.

Immediate Credit on Receipt—Post Office Money Orders
drawn on or drawn by Dallas Post Office. Dallas; Cashier's Checks
and Expense Chocks of all Federal Reserve Banks and Branches.
fUnited States Treasury Warrants; t Matured Interest Coupons
from U. S. Government Securities; Drafts on Federal Reserve Bank
of Dallas and its branches; subject to inspection and verification of
signatures at the Head Office or Branch on which they are drawn.
Federal Reserve Exchange Drafts.
One Business Day After Receipt—Houston, San Antonio,
Kansas City, Little Rock, Memphis, New Orleans, Oklahoma City.
Two Business Days After Receipt—El Paso, Dallas, Territory;
the following places: Texas—Abernathy, Abilene, Albany, Allen,
Alvarado, Alvord, Amarillo, Amherst, Anna, Annona, Anson, Anton,
Archer City, Arlington, Athens, Atlanta, Baird, Ballinger, Bangs,
Bartlett, Beckville, Bellevue, Bells, Belton, Big Sandy, Big Spring,
Blanket, Bloomburg, Bonham, Bowie, Brady, Breckenridge, Bremond, Bridgeport. Bronte, Brownfield, Brownwood, Bryson, Burkburnett, Caddo Mills, Cameron, Canton, Canyon, Carlton, Carthage,
Celeste, Chico, Childress, Chillicothe, Chilton, Cisco, Clarendon,
Clarksville, Claude, Cleburne, Clifton, Coleman, Colorado, Coman­
che, Commerce, Coolidge, Cooper, Corsicana, Crandall, Daingerfield,
Dawson, Decatur, De Kalb, De Leon, Denison, Denton, Dodd City,
Dublin, Eddy, Edgewood, Electra, Ennis, Eustace, Farmersville,
Ferris, Forney, Ft. Worth. Franklin, Frost, Gainesville, Garland,
Gatesville, Georgetown, Gilmer, Gladewater, Goldthwaite,Gordon,
Gorman, Graham, Cranbury, Grand Prairie, Grand Saline, Grand
view, Granger, Grapevine, Greenville, Groesbeck, Hale Center,
Hallsville, Hamilton, Handley, Happy, Haskell, Hedley, Henrietta,
Hereford, Hico, Hillsboro, Holland, Honey Grove, Hubbard,
Hughes Springs, Iowa Park, Iredell, Irene, Irving, Italy, Itasca,
Jacksboro, Jefferson, Kaufman, Keller, Kemp, Kerens, Kilgore,
Killeen, Kirkland, Ko’sse, Lamesa, Lampasas, Lancaster, Leary,
Leonard, Lewisville, Linden, Littlefield, Lone Oak, Longview, Lott,
Lubbock, Mabank, Malakoff, Mansfield. Marlin, Marshall, Mart,
Maypearl, McGregor, McKinney, Melissa, Memphis, Menard,
Merkel, Mesquite, Mexia, Midlothian, Milford, Mine-ola, Mineral
Wells, Mobeetie, Moody, Moran, Mt. Pleasant, Mt. Vernon, Muenster, Munday, Naples, New Boston, Nocona, Oglesby, Olney, Oma­
ha, Paducah, Palmer, Pampa, Paris, Pilot Point, Pittsburg, Plainview, Plano, Post, Powell, Purdon, Quanah, Quinlan, Reagan, Red
Oak, Rodwater, Iihome, Rice, Richardson, Richland, Ringgold, Rio
Vista, Roby, Rockdale, Rockwall, Rogers, Rosebud, Rota
Royse
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549
6,365

References:
f United Slates Treasury Warrants should he listed in a special
cash letter containing only such items.
J Matured interest coupons from United States Government Securi­
ties should be listed on form F. A. dll addressed to Federal Reserve
Bank, Fiscal Agency Department, Station K., Dallas, Texas, and
forwarded by registered insured mail.

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FEDERAL RESERVE BANK INFORMATION
EL PASO BRANCH.

(Transit Number 88-1)

(351 Myrtle Ave.)
J. L. HERMANN, Managing Director; ALLEN SAYLES, Cashiei.
DIRECTORS
iriNTtra'■?EiRiMASNa\C' Na ^ASaSIS^ A’ P* C0les> c- M. NEWMAN, and SAM D. YOUNG, El Paso; A. F
JONES, Portales, N. Mex.; S. P. APPLEWHITE, Douglas, Ariz.
’
TIME SCHEDULE OF EL PASO BRANCH
Immediate Credit,—El Paso: Post Office Money Orders drawn
land Detroit, Jacksonville, Louisville, Minneapolis, Nashville New
on or drawn by El Paso Post Office. Cashier’s Checks and Expense
York Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Richmond, Salt Lake City’, San
Checks of all Federal Reserve Banks and Branches. {United States
Francisco, St. Paul.
Treasury Warrants. {Matured Interest Coupons from U. S
„
Four Business Days After Receipt—Boston, Helena, Portland,
Government Securites.
Drafts on Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
Seattle, Spokane, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana (Dist.
and its Branches; subject to inspection and verification of signatures
0), Michigan, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma (Dist. 10), Wisconsin.
at the Head Office or Branch on which they are drawn. Federal
Five Business Days After Receipt—Eleventh District unas­
Reserve Exchange Drafts.
sorted items—Alabama, Arizona (Dist. 12), Arkansas, California
Two Business Days After Receipt—Dallas, Houston, San
Colorado,
Delaware, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Ken­
Antonio, El Paso territory, the following places: Texas—Barstow
tucky, Maryland, Minnesota, Mississippi, New Jersey, New MexFabens, Midland, Odessa, Pecos, Sierra Bianca, Stanton, Van Horn:
(Dist 10), New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South
New Mexico—Alamogordo, Carrizozo, Clovis, Deming, Hatch Hot
Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia.
Springs, Las Cruces, Melrose, Nara Visa, Roswell, Santa Rosa,
Six Business Days After Receipt—Connecticut, Maine, Massa­
Tucumcari. Other Districts—Chicago, Denver, Kansas City, Little
chusetts, Nevada, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Tennessee, Utah,
Rock, Los Angeles, Memphis, New Orleans, Oklahoma City,
Vermont, Wyoming.
Omaha, St. Louis.
Three Business Days After Receipt—El Paso Territory, except
Seven Business Days After Receipt—Idaho, Montana, North
pomts noted in 2-day Division; Other Districts—Atlanta. Balti­
Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Washington.
more. Birmingham, Brooklyn, Buffalo, Charlotte, Cincinnati, CleveFor t and J References see note under Dallas schedule.

HOUSTON BRANCH.

(Transit Number 35-4)

(Texas Ave. & Caroline St.)
W. D. GENTRY, Managing Director; H. R. De MOSS, Cashier.

JOrA

DIRECTORS

T r
a hopSS,oR;
FARRAR> SAM R- LAWDER and SAM TAUB, Houston;
J.
C. 'wiT
WILSON, Beaumont; A. AA.
HORNE, Galveston.
TIME SCHEDULE OF HOUSTON BRANCH
Immediate Credit—Houston: Post Office Money Orders drawn
Three Business Days After Receipt—Houston Territory, except
on or drawn by Houston Post Office, Cashier’s Checks and Expense
pomts noted in 2-day Division. Points of 2-day availability, Dallas
Checks of all Federal Reserve Banks and Branches. { U S
Territory,
according to schedule of Head Office; Points of 2-day
Treasury Warrants. {Matured Interest Coupons from U. 8. Govern­
availability, San Antonio Territory, according to schedule of San
ment Securities. Drafts on Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas and its
Antonio Branch. Other Districts—Baltimore. Brooklyn, Buffalo
Branches; subject to inspection and verification of signatures at the
Cleveland,. Detroit, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, New York City’
Head Office or Branch on which they are drawn. Federal Reserve
Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Richmond, St. Paul, Louisiana (Dist. 6)1
Exchange Drafts.
Four Business Days After Receipt—Eleventh District unas­
One Business Day After Receipt—Dallas, San Antonio, New
sorted items: Other Districts—Boston, Helena, Portland, Salt
Orleans.
Lake City, Sail Francisco, Spokane, Alabama, Florida, Georgia.
Two Business Days After Receipt—El Paso, Houston Territory,
Illinois Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri,
the following places: Texas—Alto, Alvin, Anderson, Angleton,
Nebraska, Oklahoma (Dist. 10), Wisconsin.
Bastrop, Bay City, Beaumont, Bellville, Brenham, Brookshire
Bryan, Caldwell, Chireno, Cleveland, Conroe, Corrigan, Crockett
Five Business Days After Receipt—Seattle, Arkansas, Colo­
Dayton, Eagle Lake, Edna, El Campo, Elgin, Fayetteville, Flatonia’
rado, Delaware, District of Columbia, Kentucky, Maryland Minne­
Freeport, Galveston, Ganado, Garrison, Giddings, Goose Creek
sota, New Jersey, New Mexico (Dist. 10), New York, North Caro­
Hallettsville, Hitchcock, Hull, Humble, Huntsville, lola, Jackson­
lina, Ohio Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia
ville, La Grange, La Porte, Lexington, Liberty, Livingston, LoveWest Virginia.
lady, Lufkin, Mauriceville, Moulton, Nacogdoches, Navasota,
Six Business Days After Receipt—Arizona (Dist 12), Cali­
Orange, Palestine, Pasadena, Port Arthur, Port Neches, Richmond
fornia,
Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, Montana, New Hamp­
Rosenburg, Rust, Schulenberg, Shiner, Silsbee, Smithville, SourLake’
shire, Rhode Island, Vermont, Wyoming.
Sugarland, Texas City, Timpson, Trinity, Victoria, Wharton, WoodSeven Business Days After Receipt—Idaho, Nevada, North
Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Utah, Washington.

For t and % References see note under Dallas schedule.

SAN ANTONIO BRANCH.

(Transit Number 30-72)

(Jardin & Villita Sts.)
M. CRUMP, Managing Director; W. E. EAGLE, Cashier.
DIRECTORS
GEOTiGl^^^HbLL^ Ea^le^^^RICHAR^K^^G ^orfius" ChHsL. NAPIER‘ FRANK M- LEWIS, San Antonio;

TIME SCHEDULE OF SAN ANTONIO BRANCH
Immediate Credit—San Antonio: Post Office Money Orders
Three Business Days After Receipt—San Antonio territory,
drawn on or drawn by San Antonio Post Office. Cashier’s Checks
except points noted in 2-day Division: Points of 2-day availability
and Expense Checks of all Federal Reserve Banks and Branches,
Dailas I erntory, according to schedule of Head Office, Points of 2-dav
i U. S. Treasury Warrnts. {Matured Interest Coupons from United
availability, Houston Territory, according to schedule of Houston
States Government Securities. Drafts on Federal Reserve Bank of
Branch. Other Districts—Atlanta, Baltimore, Brooklyn, Buffalo
Dallas and its Branches; subject to inspection and verification of sigCharlotte, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Detroit, Jacksonville, Los Angeles
natures at the Head Office or Branch on which they are drawn.
Minneapolis New York City, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Richmond)
Federal Reserve Exchange Drafts.
Salt Lake City, St. Paul.
One Business Day After Receipt—Dallas, Houston.
Four Business Days After Receipt—Eleventh District unas­
Two Business Days After Receipt—El Paso, San Antonio Ter­
sorted
items; Other Districts—Boston, Helena, Portland, San
ritory, the following places: Texas—Almo, Alice, Aransas Pass
rrancisco, Spokane. Alabama, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas
Austin, Beevilie, Brackettville, Brownsville, Castroville Cibola
Louisiana (Dist 6). Michigan, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma
Corpus Christi, Cotulla, Cuero, Donna, Eagle Pass, Edinburg Fal(Dist. 10), Wisconsin.
furrias, Falls City, Floresville, Fredericksburg, George West, Goliad
Five Business Days After Receipt—Seattle, Arkansas, Colorado,
Gonzales, Gregory, Harlingen, Harwood, Hebbronville, Hondo’
Delaware, District ol Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mary­
Karnes City, Kenedy, Kingsville, Kyle, La Coste, La Feria, Laredo'
land,
Minnesota, Mississippi, New Jersey, New Mexico (Dist. 10),Lockhart, Luling, Marion, Mason, Mathis, McAllen, Mercedes,
New \ork, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina,
Mission, New Braunfels, Nordheim, Pearsall, Pleasanton Port
Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia.
Lavaca, Poth, Raymondville, Robstown, Rockport, San Bonito, San
Six Business Days After Receipt—Arizona (Dist 12), Califor­
•Juan, San Marcos, Schertz, Seguin, Sinton, So. San Antonio Taft
nia. Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, Montana, New Hampshire,
Tynan, Waelder, Weslaco, Yoakum, Yorktown. Other Districts
Khocle Island, Vermont, Wyoming.
—Birmingham, Chicago. Denver, Kansas City, Little Rock, Louis­
Seven Business Days After Receipt—Tdaho, Nevada, North
ville, Memphis, Nashville, New Orleans, Oklahoma City, Omaha
Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Utah, Washington.
St. Louis.

For { and { References see note under Dallas schedule.

DISTRICT No. 12—Bank Located at San Francisco.

(Transit Number 11-37)

(Sansome & Sacramento Sts.)
TERRITORY IN DISITtICT—California, Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Nevada, Utah, and the following counties
m Arizona: Apache, Coconino, Gila, Maricopa, Mohave, Navajo, Pinal, Yavapai, and Yuma
Membership: National Banks 305; State Banks 78.
Non-member Banks 370; Total number of banks in 12th District, 753.


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DISTRICT No. 12—Continued
DIRECTORS
CLASS A:—C. K. McINTOSH (1934), San Francisco, Calif., T. II. RAMSAY (1935), Red Bluff, Calif., KEITH
^CLASS^ B:—-E. H. 6oX (1934), Madera, Calif; A. B. C. DOHRMANN (1935), San Francisco, Calif.; MALCOLM
MCCLASSTC^-ANDREW WELCHC(19i34), San Francisco, Calif.; WALTON N. MOORE (1936), San Francisco, Calif.,
AdWsory Council, M. A. ARNOLD, Seattle, Wash.

Deputy Chairman

OFFICERS
H. N. MANGELS, Assistant Cashier.
E. C. MAILLIARD, Assistant Cashier.
j
OSMER, Assistant Cashier

JNO. U. CALKINS, Governor.
WM. A. DAY. Deputy Governor.
IRA CLERK, Deputy Governor
CHESTERd’PfflLUPS, Asdrtam Cartier.
C. E. EARHART, Assistant Cashier.

=• £
F* H- HOLMAN, General Auditor.

S G SARGENT, Assistant Federal Reserve Agent, Chief Examiner and Secretary.
OLIVER P. WHEELER, Assistant Federal Reserve Agent.
ALBERT C. AGNEW, Counsel.
(Statement of July 3, 1934)
(In thousands of dollars)
RESOURCES
Gold certificates on hand and due from U. S. Treasury.........$289,595
Redemption fund—F. R. notes.........................................................
f,534
Other cash*...........................................................................................
l*'2"0
Total reserves................................................................................ $305,394
Bills discounted:
.
Secured by U. S. Government obligations.....................................
oU
Other bills discounted..................................................................
5,347
Total bills discounted.................................................................. $ 6>427
Bills bought in open market...............................................................
460
U. S. Government securities:
Bonds..................................................................................................... 28.107
Treasury notes.................................................................................... ioSSi
Certificates and bills.......................................................................
52,773
Total U. S. Government securities....................................... .<166,331
Total bills and securities............................................................
Due from foreign banks............ •• • ...................................................
222
Federal Reserve notes on other banks............................................
1.358
Uncollected items................................................................................... *"*122
Bank premises.........................................................................................
c?9
619
All other resources.
TOTAL RESOURCES............................................................ $502,922
*"Other cash" does not include F. R. notes or a bank's own F. R. bank
notes.

LIABILITIES
F. R. notes in actual circulation.......................................................$212,290
Deposits:
Member bank—reserve account................................................... 230,035
U. S. Treasurer—General account..................................................
Foreign bank
Other deposits...................................................................................

4,115
347
15,233

Total deposits............................................................................... $249,730
Deferred availability items.................................................................
Capital paid in.......................................................................................
Surplus......................................................................................................
Reserve for Contingencies...................................................................
All other liabilities.............................................................................

18,747
10,782
9>64t5
L619
109

TOTAL LIABILITIES............................................................. $502,922

TIME SCHEDULE OF THE FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF SAN FRANCISCO. (Effective February 1. 1934)
York City, Oklahoma City, Philadelphia. Pittsburgh, San Antonio.
St PfliUl*
Five bays After Receipt—Idaho, Nevada—Salt Lake City Zone;
Oregon—Country; except cities noted in three-day division.
Utah—Country. Washington—Country. Other Districts—At­
lanta Baltimore, Birmingham, Boston, Charlotte, Cincinnati,
Detroit. Jacksonville, Louisville, Nashville, Richmond.
Six Days After Receipt—Arizona (Dist. IX), Colorado, Illinois,
Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi,
Missouri, Montana, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York State,
Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin.
Seven Davs After Receipt—Arkansas, Connecticut, Delaware,
District of 'Columbia, Georgia, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland.
Massachusetts, Nebraska, New Hampshire. North Carolina, Ohio,
Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont, Virginia,
Wyoming.
Eight Days After Receipt—Alabama, Florida. North Dakota,
South Dakota, West Virginia.
_
Note: The numerals shown indicate the number of business days. In
other words, if a Sunday or holiday intervenes, one additional day must
be added to the number of days shown above for such Sunday or holiday.

Immediate—San Francisco (if received in time for clearing).
U. S. Treasury Warrants, Drafts on Head Office, Federal Reserve
Bank of San Francisco.
Two Davi^A*te?Recelpt—Portland. Salt Lake City, California
Head Office Zone (except places noted in four-day dMrtorO; Callfornia-Los Angeles Zone, the following cities: Long Beach, Ocean Park,
Pasadena. Santa Monica. Venice. Nevada—Head Office Zone.
Three Days After Receipt—Seattle, Spokane, California Los
Angeles Zone, except cities noted in 2-day division Oregon—the
following cities; Klamath Falls, Lakeview, Merrill. Other Dis­
tricts—Dallas, Denver, El Paso, Kansas City, Omaha, St. Louis.
Four Days After Receipt—Arizona, (Dist. 12). CaliforniaHead Office Zone, the following cities: Alturas, Angels Camp.
Areata, Bieber, Covelo, Crescent City Etna Mills Fall River Mills
Fort Jones, Greenville, Hardwick, Jackson, Kelseyville, Knights
Landing Lakeport, Loyalton, Maricopa, McCloud, Mendocino,
Mt. Shasta, Placerville, Point Arena San Andreas, San Miguel,
Sonora, Susanville, Sutter Creek, Taft, Tehachapi, Upper Lake,
Westwood. Other Districts—Buffalo, Chicago, Cleveland, Helena^
Houston, Little Rock. Memphis, Minneapolis. New Orleans, New

LOS ANGELES BRANCH, (Transit Number 16-16)
(10th and Olive Sts.)
W. N. AMBROSE, Managing Director; H. M. CRAFT, Assistant Manager;
Manager; L. C. MEYER, Assistant Cashier.
DIRECTORS

JOS. M. LEISNER, Assistant

J. B. ALEXANDER, Chairman; F. J. BELCHER, Jr., A. J. CRUICKSHANK, C. B. VOORHIS,
TIME SCHEDULE OF LOS ANGELES BRANCH OF FEDERAL RESERVE BANK, SAN FRANCISCO
—Countrv; Utah—Country; Other Districts—Atlanta. Arizona
(Dist. 11),'Baltimore, Birmingham, Boston, Charlotte, Jacksonville,
Kansas, Richmond.
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Six Days After Receipt—Idaho; Washington—Country;
Other Districts—Colorado, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky.
Louisiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana,
New Jersey, New Mexico, New York State, Ohio, Oklahoma,
Pennsylvania, Texas, Wisconsin.
Seven Days After Receipt—Other Districts—Arkansas, Con­
necticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Georgia, Maine, Maryland.
Massachusetts, Nebraska, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Rhode
Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Vermont, Virginia, Wyoming.
Eight Days After Receipt—Alabama, Florida, North Dakota,
South Dakota. West Virginia.
.
_
Note: The numerals shown indicate the number of business days. In
other words, if a Sunday or holiday intervenes, one additional day must
be added to the number of days shown above for such Sunday or holiday.

Immediate—Los Angeles (if received in time for clearing).
United States Treasury Warrants, Drafts on Los Angeles Branch.
Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco.
One Day After Receipt—San Francisco, Long Beach, Ocean
Park, Pasadena, Santa Monica, Venice.
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.
Two Days After Receipt—Portland, Salt Lake City; CalifornlaLos Angeles Zone (except cities noted in one-day division). Other
District—El Paso.
Three Days After Receipt— Seattle, Spokane, Nevada-Head
Office Zone, Arizona (Dist. 12). Other Districts—Dallas, Denver,
Houston, Kansas City, Omaha, San Antonio, St. Louis.
Four Days After Receipt—California-Head Office Zone. Other
Districts—Buffalo, Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Detroit, Helena,
Little Rock, Louisville, Memphis, Minneapolis. Nashville. New
Orleans N. Y. City, Oklahoma City, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, St. Paul.
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PORTLAND BRANCH, (Transit Number 24-1)
(Porter Bldg.. 6th and Oak Sts.)

R. B. WEST, Managing Director; S. A. MacEACHRON, Assistant Manager; J. P. BLANCHARD, Assistant Cashier.
DIRECTORS
J. C. AINSWORTH, RICHARD S. SMITH, HARRY M. HALLER, EDWARD C. PEASE, CAatrman.
TIME SCHEDULE OF PORTLAND BRANCH OF FEDERAL RESERVE BANK, SAN FRANCISCO
Falls, Lakeview, Merrill; Utah—Country; Other Districts—
Immediate—Portland (if received in time for clearing). United
Atlanta, Baltimore, Birmingham, Boston, El Paso, Houston,
States Treasury Warrants, Drafts on Portland Branch, Federal
Jacksonville,
Little Rock, Memphis, Minnesota, Montana, Nash­
Reserve Bank of San Francisco.
ville, Richmond.
One Day After Receipt—Seattle, Spokane.
Six Days After Receipt—Other Districts—Charlotte, Colorado,
Two Days After Receipt—Los Angeles, San Francisco, Salt Lake
Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, Missouri,
City, Washlngton-Portland Zone, Oregon (except cities noted in
New Jersey, New Orleans, New York State, Ohio, Oklahoma,
three-day and five-day divisions); Other Districts—Helena.
Pennsylvania, Wisconsin.
Three Days After Receipt—Oregon—the following cities:
Seven Days After Receipt—Other Districts—Arizona (Dist.
Bonanza, Burns, Eagle Point, Enterprise, Fossil, Halfway, John
11), Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Georgia, Louisi­
Day, Maupin, Monroe, Newport, Ontario, Prairie City, Sherwood,
ana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Nebraska, New Hampshire,
Toledo, Vale, Wallowa; Other Districts—Denver, Kansas City,
New Mexico, North Carolina, North Dakota. Rhode Island, South
Minneapolis, Omaha, St. Louis, St. Paul.
Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Vermont, Virginia, Wyoming,
Four Days After Receipt—Washington—Country; Seattle
Eight Days After Receipt—Other Districts—Alabama,
Zone; Washington—Country, Spokane Zone; Other Districts—
Arkansas, Florida, Mississippi, Texas, West Virginia.
Buffalo, Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Dallas, Detroit, Louisville,
New York City, Oklahoma City, Bhiladelphia, Pittsburgh, San
Note: The numerals shown indicate the number of business days.
Antonio.
In other words, if a Sunday or a holiday intervenes, one additional
day must be added to the number of days shown for each such Sunday
Five Days After Receipt—Arizona (Dist. 12); California—
or holiday.
Country; Idaho; Nevada; Oregon—the following cities: Klamath

SALT LAKE CITY BRANCH,

(Transit Number 31-31)

(Cor. South Templo and East State St.)

W. L. PARTNER, Managing Director; W. M. SMOOT, Acting Assistant Manager; W. M. SCOTT, Acting Assistant
Cashier.
DIRECTORS
H. E. HEMINGWAY, E. O. HOWARD, LAFAYETTE HANCHETT, M. W. SMITH, Chairman.
TIME SCHEDULE OF SALT LAKE CITY BRANCH, FEDERAL RESERVE BANK, SAN FRANCISCO
Country; Idaho-Spokane Zone; Oregon—Country; Washington—
Immediate—Salt Lake City (if received in time for clearing).
Country; Other Districts—Colorado, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa,
United States Treasury Warrants, Drafts on Salt Lake City Branch,
Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana,
Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco.
Nebraska, Ohio, Oklahoma, Wisconsin, Wyoming.
Two Days After Receipt—Los Angeles, Portland, Spokane, San
Six Days After Receipt—Other Districts—Arizona (Dist. 11),
Francisco, Seattle;
Other Districts—Denver. Helena, Kansas
Arkansas, Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Georgia,
City, Omaha.
Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Mississippi, New
Three Days After Receipt—Idaho-Salt Lake City Zone; NevadaHampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York State, North
Salt Lake City Zone; Utah—Country. Other Districts—Chicago,
Carolina, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee,
Cincinnati, Cleveland, Dallas, Detroit, El Paso, Little Rock, Louis­
Texas. Vermont, Virginia.
ville, Memphis, Minneapolis, Nashville, Oklahoma City, Pittsburgh,
Seven Days After Receipt—Alabama, Florida, North Dakota.
St. Louis, St. Paul.
South Dakota, West Virginia.
Four Days After Receipt—Nevada—Head Office Zone; Other
Districts—Atlanta, Baltimore, Birmingham, Boston, Buffalo,
Note: The numerals shown indicate the number of business days.
Charlotte, Houston, Jacksonville, New Orleans, New York City.
In other words, if a Sunday or a holiday intervenes, one additional
Philadelphia, Richmond. San Antonio.
day must be added to the number of days shown for each such Sunday
or holiday.
Five Days After Receipt—Arizona (Dist; 12), California—

SEATTLE BRANCH, (Transit Number 19-1)
(2nd Avenue and Spring St.)

C. R. SHAW, Managing Director; B. A. RUSSELL, Assistant Manager; G. W. RELF, Assistant Cashier.
DIRECTORS
GEO. H. GREENWOOD, M. F. BACKUS, CHAS. H. CLARKE, HENRY A. RHODES, Chairman.
TIME SCHEDULE OF SEATTLE BRANCH OF FEDERAL RESERVE BANK, SAN FRANCISCO
Six Days After Receipt—Arizona—(Dist. 12). Other Districts
Immediate—Seattle (if received in time for clearing). United
States Treasury Warrants, Drafts on Seattle Branch, Federal
—Charlotte, Colorado. Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan,
Missouri, New Orleans. New Jersey, New York State, Ohio, Okla­
Reserve Bank of San Francisco.
One Day After Receipt—Portland, Spokane.
homa, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin.
Two Days After Receipt—Salt Lake City, Washington-Seattle
Seven Days After Receipt—Other Districts—Connecticut.
Zone. Other Districts—Helena.
Delaware, District of Columbia, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana,
Three Days After Receipt—San Francisco, Los Angeles; Other
Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Nebraska, New Hampshire,
Districts—Denver, Minneapolis, Omaha, St. Paul.
New Mexico, North Carolina, Norsh Dakota, Rhode Island, South
Four Days After Receipt—Oregon—Country, Washington—
Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Vermont, Virginia, Wyoming.
Portland Zone, Washington-Spokane Zone; Other Districts—
Buffalo, Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Detroit, Kansas City,
Eight Days After Receipt—Alabama, Arizona (Dist. 11).
New York City, Oklahoma City. Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, St. Louis.
Arkansas, Florida, Mississippi, Texas, West Virginia.
Five Days After Receipt—California—Country; Idaho; Nevada;
Note: The numerals shown indicate the number of business days.
Utah—Country; Other Districts—Atlanta, Baltimore, Birming­
In other words if a Sunday or a holiday intervenes, one additional
ham, Boston, Dallas, El Paso, Houston, Jacksonville, Little Rock,
day must be added to the number of days shown for each such Sunday
Louisville, Memphis, Minnesota, Montana, Nashville, Richmond,
or holiday.
San Antonio.

SPOKANE BRANCH, (Transit Number 28-1)
(110 N. Stevens St.)

D. L. DAVIS, Managing Director; FRED C. BOLD, Assistant Manager; A. J. DUMM, Assistant Cashier.
DIRECTORS
D. W. TWOHY. R. M. HARDY, PETER McGREGOR. Chairman, STANLY A. EASTON.
TIME SCHEDULE OF SPOKANE BRANCH OF FEDERAL RESERVE BANK, SAN FRANCISCO
Five Days After Receipt—California—Country, Idaho-Salt
Immediate—Spokane (if received in time for clearing). United
Lake City Zone, Nevada, Utah—Country; Other Districts—
8tates Treasury Warrants, Drafts on Spokane Branch, Federal
Atlanta. Baltimore, Boston, Charlotte, Houston, Illinois, Indiana,
Reserve Bank of San Francisco.
Iowa, Jacksonville, Kansas, Minnesota, New Orleans, Richmond,
One Day After Receipt—Portland, Seattle.
San Antonio, Wisconsin.
Two Days After Receipt—Salt Lake City, Wasbington-8pokane
Zone (except cities noted in three-day division), Idaho—Spokane
Six Days After Receipt—Arizona (Dist. 12), Other Districts
Zone, except cities noted in three-day division. Other Districts
—Colorado, Delaware, Kentucky, Maryland, Michigan, Missouri,
Nebraska, New Jersey, New York State, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsyl­
—Helena.
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Three Days After Receipt—Los Angeles, San Francisco:
vania, Wyoming.
Washington-Portland Zone, Washington-Seattle Zone, Idaho—the
Seven Days After Receipt—Other Districts—Alabama,
following cities: Cottonwood, Craigmont, Culdesac, Genesee,
Arizona (Dist. 11), Arkansas, Connecticut, District of Columbia.
Grangeville. Oroflno, Reubens, Wardner. Washington—the follow­
Georgia, Louisiana, Maine, Massachusetts, Mississippi, New
ing cities: Almira, Brewster, College Place, Colton, Coulee, CresHampshire, New Mexico. North Carolina, North Dakota, Rhode
ton. Hartline, lone, Malden, Okanogan, Omak, Pine City, Pomeroy,
Island. South Carolina. South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas. Vermont,
Selah, Tonasket, Twisp, Uniontown, White Bluffs, Wilbur, WinVirginia.
throp. Other Districts—Denver, Kansas City, Minneapolis,
Omaha, St. Paul, St. Louis.
Eight Days After Receipt—Florida, West Virginia.
Four Days After Receipt—Oregon—Country, Other Dis­
Note: The numerals shown indicate the number of business days.
tricts—Birmingham, Buffalo, Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland,
In
other words, if a Sunday or a holiday intervenes, one additional
Dallas, Detroit, El Paso, Little Rock, Louisville, Memphis, Mon­
day must be added to the number of days shown for each such Sunday
tana, Nashville, New York City, Oklahoma City, Philadelphia,
or
holiday.
Pittsburgh.

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FARM CREDIT ADMINISTRATION
W. I. MYERS, Governor
W. FORBES MORGAN, Deputy Governor

GEORGE C. HAAS, Deputy Governor

SCOTT W. HOVEY, General Counsel
A. S. GOSS,
Land Bank Commissioner

GEORGE M. BRENNAN,
Intermediate Credit Commissioner

F. W. PECK,
Cooperative Bank Commissioner

S. M. GARWOOD,
Production Credit Commissioner

I HE Farm Credit Administration supervises the banks and corporations through its district offices. The location and territory served
by each of the 12 Federal land banks, 12 Federal intermediate credit
banks, 12 production credit corporations and the 12 banks for coopera­
tives are the same as the Farm Credit Administration districts. The
directors of the Federal land banks are ex-officio directors of the
Federal intermediate credit banks, production credit corporations, and
banks for cooperatives, and also serve as a council of the Farm Credit
Administration for their district.

DISTRICT No. 1—Offices at Springfield, Massachusetts
TERRITORY IN DISTRICT—MAINE. NEW HAMPSHIRE. VERMONT. MASSACHUSETTS. RHODE ISLAND. CONNECTICUT
NEW YORK AND NEW JERSEY.
FARM CREDIT ADMINISTRATION—EDWARD H. THOMSON. General Agent.
FEDERAL LAND BANK OF SPRINGFIELD (Transit Number 53-109)—EDWARD H. THOMSON. President.
FEDERAL INTERMEDIATE CREDIT BANK OF SPRINGFIELD (Transit Number 53-110)—ALLEN L. GILLETT, President.
SPRINGFIELD BANK FOR COOPERATIVES—GEORGE W. LAMB, President.
PRODUCTION CREDIT CORPORATION OF SPRINGFIELD—VAN B. HART. President.
DIRECTORS—J. R. GRAHAM, W. W. PORTER. W. I. TOMLINSON. EDWARD R. EASTMAN. FRANK I. COWAN. DEAN C E LADD
EVERETT L. CARR.

DISTRICT No. 2—Offices at Baltimore, Maryland
TERRITORY IN DISTRICT—PENNSYLVANIA. MARYLAND. DELAWARE. VIRGINIA. WEST VIRGINIA. DISTRICT OF COLUM­
BIA AND PUERTO RICO.
FARM CREDIT ADMINISTRATION—J. K. DOUGHTON, General Agent.
FEDERAL LAND BANK OF BALTIMORE (Transit Number 7-110)—CHAS. S. JACKSON. President.
FEDERAL INTERMEDIATE CREDIT BANK OF BALTIMORE (Transit Number 7-111)—HUGH S. MACKEY. President.
BALTIMORE BANK FOR COOPERATIVES—F. B. BOMBERGER, President.
PRODUCTION CREDIT CORPORATION OF BALTIMORE—GEO. H. STEVENSON. President.
DIRECTORS—D. G. HARRY, JOHN H. MURRAY, JOHN H. JOHNSON. THOMAS H. OZLIN, GEORGE P. ALDERSON GEORGE M
FISHER, JR.. F. P. WEAVER.

DISTRICT No. 3—Offices at Columbia, South Carolina
TERRITORY IN DISTRICT—NORTH CAROLINA, SOUTH CAROLINA. GEORGIA AND FLORIDA.
FARM CREDIT ADMINISTRATION—J. H. SCARBOROUGH, General Agent.
FEDERAL LAND BANK OF COLUMBIA (Transit Number 67-597)—J. H. SCARBOROUGH, President.
FEDERAL INTERMEDIATE CREDIT BANK OF COLUMBIA (Transit Number 67-598)—JOSEPH E. CAGLE, President.
COLUMBIA BANK FOR COOPERATIVES—ALFRED SCARBOROUGH. President.
PRODUCTION CREDIT CORPORATION OF COLUMBIA—ERNEST GRAHAM, President.
DIRECTORS—L. I. GUION, JAMES T. ANDERSON. T. H. TUTEN, E. HERVEY EVANS, HENRY H. FURLOW. GEORGE B. AYCRIGG,

DISTRICT No. 4—Offices at Louisville, Kentucky
TERRITORY IN DISTRICT—INDIANA. OHIO. KENTUCKY AND TENNESSEE.
FARM CREDIT ADMINISTRATION—E. RICE, General Agent.
FEDERAL LAND BANK OF LOUISVILLE (Transit Number 21-66)—F. D. RASH, President.
FEDERAL INTERMEDIATE CREDIT BANK OF LOUISVILLE (Transit Number 21-67)—J. B. E. LAPLANTE, President.
LOUISVILLE BANK FOR COOPERATIVES—JOHN E. BROWN, President.
PRODUCTION CREDIT CORPORATION OF LOUISVILLE—W. F. GAHM, President.
DIRECTORS—L. B. CLORE, F. D. COPPOCK. A. P. SANDLES, HANSON PETERSON. C. C. HENDRON, DEAN T. P. COOPER, H, B.


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FARM CREDIT ADMINISTRATION—Continued
DISTRICT No. 5—Offices at New Orleans, Louisiana
TERRITORY IN DISTRICT—ALABAMA. MISSISSIPPI, LOUISIANA.
FARM CREDIT ADMINISTRATION—JUDGE J. M. THOMAS, GeneralAgent.
FEDERAL LAND BANK OF NEW ORLEANS (Transit Number 14-G8)—R. A. BEELAND, JR., President.
FEDERAL INTERMEDIATE CREDIT BANK OF NEW ORLEANS (Transit Number 14-66)—J. M. MAGRUDER, President.
NEW ORLEANS BANK FOR COOPERATIVES—DR. J. J WATSON. President.
PRODUCTION CREDIT CORPORATION OF NEW ORLEANS—JESSE B. HEARIN, President.
DIRECTORS—GERMAN BAKER, ROBERT T. GOODWYN, L. O. CROSBY, ARTHUR A. LEJUNE, TIP RAY. A. H. STONE, W. T. NEAL.

DISTRICT No. 6—Offices at St. Louis, Missouri
TERRITORY IN DISTRICT—ILLINOIS, MISSOURI, ARKANSAS.
FARM CREDIT ADMINISTRATION—F. W. NIEMEYER, General Agent.
FEDERAL LAND BANK OF ST. LOUIS (Transit Number 4-105)—WALTER L. RUST, President.
FEDERAL INTERMEDIATE CREDIT BANK OF ST. LOUIS (Transit Number 4-106)—J. R. COSGROVE, President.
ST. LOUIS BANK FOR COOPERATIVES—D. M. HARDY, President.
PRODUCTION CREDIT CORPORATION OF ST. LOUIS—W. P. OLIVER. Exec. Vice-President.
DIRECTORS—E. C. COULTER, C. E. HOPKINS, W. W. MARTIN, A. P. PATTON, L. M. SMITH, JOHN REEVES. H. W. MUMFORD.

DISTRICT No. 7—Offices at St. Paul, Minnesota
TERRITORY IN DISTRICT—MICHIGAN. WISCONSIN. MINNESOTA. NORTH DAKOTA.
FARM CREDIT ADMINISTRATION—J. P. RIORDAN, General Agent.
FEDERAL LAND BANK OF ST. PAUL (Transit Number 22-89)—ROY A NELSON. President.
FEDERAL INTERMEDIATE CREDIT BANK OF ST. PAUL (Transit Number 22-90)—F. H. KLAWON, President.
ST. PAUL BANK FOR COOPERATIVES—HUTZEL METZGER. President.
PRODUCTION CREDIT CORPORATION OF ST. PAUL—GEORGE SUSENS, President.
DIRECTORS—SAM A. RASK, SAMUEL TORGERSON. FRANK R. COIT, GARFIELD FARLEY, JOHN C. SMITH. GOTTFRID S.
JOHNSON, C. E. PARKER.

DISTRICT No. 8—Offices at Omaha, Nebraska
TERRITORY IN DISTRICT—IOWA. NEBRASKA, SOUTH DAKOTA. WYOMING.
FARM CREDIT ADMINISTRATION—L. OSCAR CHALLMAN, General Agent.
FEDERAL LAND BANK OF OMAHA (Transit Number 27-63)—D. P. HOGAN, President.
FEDERAL INTERMEDIATE CREDIT BANK OF OMAHA (Transit Number 27-68)—CHAS. McCUMSEY, President.
OMAHA BANK FOR COOPERATIVES—JERRY H. MASON, President.
PRODUCTION CREDIT CORPORATION OF OMAHA—E. R. HEATON, President.
DIRECTORS—E. A. BURNETT. F. S. McCAFFREE. J. R. HYLTON. FLETCHER ALQUIRE, WM. J. LEWISS, R. M. MOEHN, A. M.
HASKELL.

DISTRICT No. 9—Offices at Wichita, Kansas
TERRITORY IN DISTRICT—KANSAS. OKLAHOMA. COLORADO. NEW MEXICO.
FARM CREDIT ADMINISTRATION—DUDLEY DOOLITTLE, General Agent.
FEDERAL LAND BANK OF WICHITA (Transit Number 40-77)—L. E. CALL, President.
FEDERAL INTERMEDIATE CREDIT BANK OF WICHITA (Transit Number 40-75)—FRANK M. BUTCHER, President.
WICHITA BANK FOR COOPERATIVES (Transit Number 40-85)—RALPH SNYDER, President.
PRODUCTION CREDIT CORPORATION OF WICHITA (Transit Number 40-84)—D. L. MULLENDORE, President.
DIRECTORS—FRED M. BETZ. W. H. MOTT. J. A. CARNES, OLIVER M. LEE. P. O. WELLS. MISS CORINNE LASATER.

DISTRICT No. 10—Offices at Houston, Texas'
TERRITORY IN DISTRICT—TEXAS.
FARM CREDIT ADMINISTRATION—A. C. WILLIAMS. General Agent.
FEDERAL LAND BANK OF HOUSTON (Transit Number 35-77)—A. C. WILLIAMS, President.
FEDERAL INTERMEDIATE CREDIT BANK OF HOUSTON (Transit Number 35-75)—DWIGHT P. REORDAN, President.
HOUSTON BANK FOR COOPERATIVES—STERLING C. EVANS, President
PRODUCTION CREDIT CORPORATION OF HOUSTON—TULLY C. GARNER, President.
DIRECTORS—S. A. LINDSEY. RALPH H. HARRIS. E. J. KYLE, R. S. ROGERS. B. L. SANDERS, W. C. HURST, S. P. BRITT.

DISTRICT No. 11—Offices at Berkeley, California
TERRITORY IN DISTRICT—UTAH, ARIZONA. NEVADA, CALIFORNIA.
FARM CREDIT ADMINISTRATION—WILLARD D. ELLIS. General Agent.
FEDERAL LAND BANK OF BERKELEY (Transit Number 90-1097)—CHARLES PARKER. President.
FEDERAL INTERMEDIATE CREDIT BANK OF BERKELEY (Transit Number 90-1073)—W. D. ELLIS, President.
BERKELEY BANK FOR COOPERATIVES—DR. E. A. STOKDYK. President.
PRODUCTION CREDIT CORPORATION OF BERKELEY—T. P. COATS, President.
DIRECTORS—WILLIAM GOULD. R. L. ADAMS, WM. RAYMOND, R. L. JEX, FRANK S. BOICE, MAX B. JAMISON, R. W. BLACK­
BURN.

DISTRICT No. 12—Offices at Spokane, Washington
TERRITORY IN DISTRICT—MONTANA. IDAHO. WASHINGTON, OREGON.
FARM CREDIT ADMINISTRATION—A. C. ADAMS, General Agent.
FEDERAL LAND BANK OF SPOKANE (Transit Number 28-61)—E. M. EHRHARDT, President.
FEDERAL INTERMEDIATE CREDIT BANK OF SPOKANE (Transit Number 28-60)—W. E. MEYER. President.
SPOKANE BANK FOR COOPERATIVES—J. A. SCOLLARD, President.
PRODUCTION CREDIT CORPORATION OF SPOKANE—JOHN A. SCHOONOVER, President.
DIRECTORS—WM. A. SCHOENFELD. R. E. SHEPHERD, W. S. McCORMACK. P. THOMPSON, B. D. THOMPSON, D. N. MacKAY.
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CENTRAL BANK FOR COOPERATIVES
LOCATED AT WASHINGTON, D. C.
OFFICERS—F. W. PECK. Chairman Board of Directors, J. E. WELLS, Jr., Vice-President and General Manager,
R. L. FARRINGTON, Secretary, H. N. WEIGANDT, Treasurer, J. D. LAWRENCE, Assistant
Vice-President and General Manager.
DIRECTORS—F. W. PECK, Chairman, U. M. DICKEY. Ex. Committeeman, H. LANE YOUNG, J. D. MILLER.
Vice-Chairman, F. M. HAYNER, THOMAS COOPER. H. E. BABCOCK.

FEDERAL FARM MORTGAGE CORPORATION
LOCATED AT WASHINGTON, D. C.
OFFICERS—WILLIAM I. MYERS, President, GEORGE C. HAAS, Vice-President and Treasurer, ALBERT S. GOSS,
Vice-President, SCOTT W. HOVEY, Secretary and General Counsel, J. R. ISLEIB, Assistant Treasurer.
DIRECTORS—WM. I. MYERS, Chairman, ALBERT S. GOSS, Member, MARRINER S. ECCLES, Member.

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The district served by each of the 12 regional agricultural credit
corporations is the same as the Farm Credit Administration districts.

DISTRICT No. 1—Corporation Located at Albany, N. Y.
REGIONAL AGRICULTURAL CREDIT CORPORATION OF ALBANY, N. Y.
OFFICERS—WINFIELD A. HUPPUCH, President, JOHN P. STEDMAN, Exec. Vice President and Manager.

DISTRICT No. 2—Corporation Located at Baltimore, Md.
REGIONAL AGRICULTURAL CREDIT CORPORATION OF BALTIMORE, MD.
OFFICER—C. McLEAN BINGLEY, Assistant Manager.

DISTRICT No. 3—Corporation Located at Macon, Ga.
REGIONAL AGRICULTURAL CREDIT CORPORATION OF RALEIGH, N. C.
OFFICER—H. PERSONS HEATH, Exec. Vice President and Manager.

DISTRICT No. 4—Corporation Located at Louisville, Ky.
REGIONAL AGRICULTURAL CREDIT CORPORATION OF COLUMBUS, OHIO
OFFICER—BENJAMIN F. LaMASTER, Exec. Vice President and Acting Manager.

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DISTRICT No. 5—Corporation Located at Jackson, Miss.

REGIONAL AGRltULTURAL CREDIT CORPORATION OF JACKSON, MISS.
OFFICER—J. A. WILLIAMS, Vice President and Acting Manager.

DISTRICT No. 6—Corporation Located at St. Louis, Mo.
REGIONAL AGRICULTURAL CREDIT CORPORATION OF ST. LOUIS, MO.
OFFICER—K. O. MUNSON. Exec. Vice President and Acting Manager.

DISTRICT No. 7—Corporation Located at Minneapolis, Minn.
REGIONAL AGRICULTURAL CREDIT CORPORATION OF MINNEAPOLIS, MINN.
OFFICER—D. J. MURPHY, Exec. Vice President, Acting Manager and Secretary.

DISTRICT No. 8—Corporation Located at Sioux City, Iowa
REGIONAL AGRICULTURAL CREDIT CORPORATION OF SIOUX CITY, IOWA
OFFICER—CARL W. BACHMAN, Vice President, Acting Manager and Secretary.

DISTRICT No. 9—-Corporation Located at Wichita, Kan.
REGIONAL AGRICULTURAL CREDIT CORPORATION OF WICHITA, KAN.
OFFICER—D. L. MULLENDORE, Exec. Vice President and Manager.

DISTRICT No. 10—Corporation Located at Fort Worth, Texas
REGIONAL AGRICULTURAL CREDIT CORPORATION OF FORT WORTH, TEXAS
OFFICER—A. E. THOMAS, Executive Vice President and Manager.

DISTRICT No. 11—Corporation Located at San Francisco, Calif.
REGIONAL AGRICULTURAL CORPORATION OF SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH
OFFICER—S. GROVER RICH, Executive Vice President and Manager.

DISTRICT No. 12—Corporation Located at Spokane, Wash.
REGIONAL AGRICULTURAL CORPORATION OF SPOKANE, WASH.
OFFICER—FRANK A. JOHNSON, Exec. Vice President and Manager.

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FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANK INFORMATION

FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANK BOARD
WASHINGTON, D. C.
JOHN H. FAHEY, Chairman
WILLIAM F. STEVENSON
R. L. NAGLE, Secretary
R. R. BURKLIN, Comptroller

T. D. WEBB, Vice-Chairman
WALTER NEWTON
FRED W. CATLETT
HORACE RUSSELL, General Counsel
ARTHUR J. MERTZKE, Chief Economist

FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANKS
DISTRICT No. 1—Bank Located at Boston, Mass. (Ill Devonshire St.)
TERRITORY IN DISTRICT—Connecticut. Maine. Massachusetts. New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont.
CAPITAL. $14,439,900.
OFFICERS
President, WALTER H. NEAVES
Secretary and Treasurer, FREDERICK WINANT. JR.
Vice President, HERBERT N. FAULKNER
DIRECTORS
Chairman, Bernard J. Rothwell, 177 Milk St.. Boston. Mass.
Sumner W. Johnson, 84 Exchange St., Portland, Me.
Vice Chairman, Edward H. Weeks. 58 Weybosset St., Providence, R. I.
Harry C. Jones, Manchester Bldg. & Ln. Assn., Manchester, N. H.
Reuben Aldrich Cooke, 192 Main St., Burlington. Vt.
Walter P. Schwabe, Thompsonville Bldg. & Loan Assn., ThompsonPhilip A. Damon, 44-48 Fenn St., Pittsfield, Mass.
ville. Conn.
Oscar F. Falling, Waltham Co-operative Bank, Waltham. Mass.
Herbert Walker, Colt's Patent Fire Arms Manufacturing Co., Hart­
Raymond P. Harold. 22 Elm St., Worcester, Mass.
ford, Conn.

DISTRICT No. 2—Bank Located at Newark, N. J. (Lefcourt-Newark Bldg.)
TERRITORY IN DISTRICT—New Jersey. New York, Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands.
CAPITAL, $21,979,000.
OFFICERS
President, GEORGE L. BLISS
Vice-President, ROBERT G. CLARKSON
Vice-President and General Counsel, FRED G. STICKEL, JR.
Secretary and Treasurer, WILLIAM E. MURRAY
DIRECTORS
149
David Ford, 1421 Atlantic Ave., Atlantic City, New Jersey.
Broadway, New York City.
Robert H. Gulliver, Broad Street Bank Bldg., Trenton, New Jersey.
Vice Chairman, Francis V. D. Lloyd, 210 Main St., Hackensack, N. J.
August H. Ludwig, 288 Broadway, Port Richmond, Staten Island,
Eustace Seligman, 48 Wall Street, New York City.
New York.
Roy H. Bassett, 127 Main St., Canton, New York.
Le Grand W. Pellett, 47 Grand St., Newburgh. New York.
Louis J. Cohen, 744 Broad St., Newark, New Jersey.
John Eden Farwell, 89 Seneca St.. Geneva, New York.
Harry J. Stevens, 478 Central Ave., Newark, New Jersey.

Chairman, George MacDonald. Consolidated Oil

Company,

DISTRICT No. 3—Bank Located at Pittsburgh, Pa. (Ninth St. and Liberty Ave.)
TERRITORY IN DISTRICT—Delaware. Pennsylvania, West Virginia.
CAPITAL, $12,884,300.
OFFICERS
President, (Vacant)
Second Vice President, FRANK D. McCULLY
* Executive Vice President, RALPH H. RICHARDS
Secretary and Comptroller, G. R. PARKER
Treasurer, H. H. GARBER
Counsel, R. A. CUNNINGHAM
DIRECTORS
James J. O’Malley, Brooks Building. Wilkes-Barre, Pa.
Joseph H. Rease, 25 Eleventh St., Wheeling, West Va.
A. E. Sheller, 71 Altoona Tr. Bldg., Altoona, Pa.
H. R. Smith, Laurence Ave. and 7th St., Ellwood City, Pa.
Charles Warner. 1616 Walnut St., Philadelphia, Pa.
William A. Wood, Law & Finance Bldg., Pittsburgh, Pa.

Chairman, Ernest T. Trigg, 1730 Land Title Bldg., Philadelphia, Pa.
Vice Chairman, Francis S. Guthrie, 338-344 Fourth Ave., Pittsburgh,
Pa.
Henry Brachold, 6422 North Camae St., Philadelphia, Pa.
S. L. Caum. 26 East Third St., Bethlehem, Pa.
David C. Morgan. 71 South 20th St.. Pittsburgh. Pa.

Communications should be addressed to the Executive Vice President

DISTRICT No. 4—Bank Located at Winston-Salem, N. C. (Reynolds Bldg.)
TERRITORY IN DISTRICT—Alabama, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia.
CAPITAL, $11,112,000.
OFFICERS
President, THOMAS W. ELLETT
Secretary and Treasurer, FRANKLIN F. KIDD
Vice-President, GEORGE E. WALSTON
Comptroller, ROY R. HARRIS
DIRECTORS
Chairman, Ivan Allen, 40 Marietta St., Atlanta. Georgia.
P. W. Spencer, Mechanics Building & Loan Assn., Rock Hill, South
Vice Chairman, Edward C. Baltz, 500 Eleventh St., Washington, D.C.
Carolina.
. Newton Gordon, 215 Ninth St., Lynchburg. Virginia
J. F. Stevens, Gate City Building & Loan Assn., Greensboro, North
ohn A. Lesner, Mutual Building Assn., Norfolk, Va.
Carolina.
C. W. Loveland. 1 15 North Second St., Palatka, Florida.
Thomas H. Welch. 16-18 Johnson Ave., Hyattsville, Maryland, and
W. A. Pattillo, 213 North 21st St.. Birmingham, Ala.
Branch 710 14th St. N. W., Washington, D. C.
George W. West, 316 Peter St.. Atlanta, Georgia.

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DISTRICT No. 5—Bank Located at Cincinnati, O. (Chamber of Commerce Bldg.)
TERRITORY IN DISTRICT—Kentucky, Ohio, Tennessee.

CAPITAL, $17,494,200.
OFFICERS

President, H. F. CELLARIUS
*Executive Vice President, WALTER E. JULIUS
Second Vice President. H. J. BRODBECK

Secretary-Comptroller, DWIGHT WEBB, Jr.
Treasurer, W. B. FURGERSON

DIRECTORS
J. V. Davidson. 338 N. Erie St., Toledo, Ohio.
Chas. S. Furber, 703 Mercantile Library Bldg., Cincinnati, Ohio.
Vice Chairman, L. A. Hickman, 417 West Market St., Louisville, Ky.
C. J. Haase, 42 South Second St., Memphis, Tenn.
C. A. Craig, National Life & Accident Insurance Co., Nashville Tenn.
James M. McKay. Home Savings & Loan Co., Youngstown, Ohio.
T. C. Ashcroft, 128 North Court Ave., Memphis, Tennessee.
Frank M. Ransbottom, First Trust & Sav. Bk. Bldg., Zanesville, Ohio.
Herman F. Cellarius, 22 East 12th St., Cincinnati, Ohio.
Francis Floyd Van Deusen, 323 Euclid Ave., Cleveland, Ohio.

Chairman, Harry S. Kissell, First National Bank Bldg., Springfield.
Ohio.

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DISTRICT No. 6—Bank Located at Indianapolis, Ind. (129 E. Market St.)
TERRITORY IN DISTRICT—Indiana and Michigan.

President, HAROLD T. DONALDSON
*Executive Vice President, F. B. McKIBBEN

CAPITAL, $8,576,500.
OFFICERS

Vice President and Treasurer, JOHN A. RHUE
Secretary-Comptroller, B. F, BURTLESS

DIRECTORS
Hugh G. Keegan, 306 W. Berry St., Fort Wayne, Indiana.
Grant H. Longenecker, 173 Michigan St., Benton Harbor, Michigan.
Charles N. Remington, 201 Monroe Ave., Grand Rapids, Michigan.
?{T.?K±£ 112

Chairman, F. S. Cannon, 21 Virginia Ave., Indianapolis, Indiana.
Vice Chairman, S. Rudolph Light, 503 Bank of Kalamazoo Bldg.,
Kalamazoo, Michigan.
Harold T. Donaldson, 121 W All,„ S«„
Myron H. Gray, 108 E. Washington St., Muncie, Indiana.


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William C. Walz, 1 16 North Fourth Ave., Ann Arbor, Michigan.

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DISTRICT No. 7—Bank Located at Chicago, Ill. (7 South Dearborn St.)
TERRITORY IN DISTRICT—Illinois and Wisconsin.

President, A. R. GARDNER
Vice President, OSCAR R. KREUTZ

CAPITAL, $16,085,400.
OFFICERS
Treasurer, E. H. BURGESS
Secretary, JOHN P. DOME1ER

Vice President, A. G. ERDMANN

DIRECTORS
August A. Moths, West Bend Bldg. 8c Loan Assn., West Bend. Wis­
consin.
John H. Schmale, Schmale Bldg., Belleville, Illinois.
Frank O. Schneider, Kankakee Bldg. 8c Loan Assn., Kankakee, Illinois.
John A. Sierocinski, 4228 West 26th St., Chicago, Illinois.
Maurice E. Vasen, Quincy-Peoples Bldg. 8c Loan Assn., Quincy.
Illinois.

Chairman, Henry G. Zander, I 10 S. Dearborn St., Chicago, Illinois.
Vice Chairman, Morton Bodfish, 104 S. Michigan Ave., Chicago, Ill.
August C. Backus, First Wisconsin National Bank Bldg., Milwaukee,
Wisconsin.
Emil A. Basener, 2116 Cermak Road, Chicago, Illinois.
Allen R. Calhoun, 2012-2014 N. Farwell Ave., Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
B. F. Kuehlhorn, 2736 N. Teutonia Ave., Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

DISTRICT No. 8—Bank Located at Des Moines, la. (Des Moines Bldg.)
TERRITORY IN DISTRICT—Iowa, Minnesota. Missouri, North Dakota and South Dakota.

President and Secretary, ROBERT J. RICHARDSON
Vice President and Treasurer, W. H. LOHMAN

CAPITAL, $8,351,700.

OFFICERS
Asst. Secretary, J. M. MARTIN
Asst. Treasurer, A. F. LANPHERE
DIRECTORS
H. R. Hanger, 219 W. Ninth St., Dubuque, Iowa.
A. C. Hunt, Black Hills Bldg. & Loan Assn., Rapid City, South Dakota.
J. L. McQuie, Kirkwood Bldg. 8c Loan Assn., Kirkwood, Missouri.
F. B. McAnneny, Gate City Bldg. 8c Loan Assn., Fargo, North Dakota.
Franklin P. Stevens, Safety Savings 8c Loan Assn., Kansas City. Mo.

Chairman, Charles B. Rpbbins, Cedar Rapids Life Insurance Co.,
Cedar Rapids, Iowa.

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Vice Chairman, E. J. Russell, 1620 Chemical Bldg , St. Louis, Missouri.
A. F. Ellfeldt, 1400 Walnut St.. Kansas City, Mo.
Angus G. Grant, Duluth Home Bldg.1. Assn., Duluth, Minn.

DISTRICT No. 9—Bank Located at Little Rock, Ark. (623 Main St.)
TERRITORY IN DISTRICT—Arkansas. Louisiana. Mississippi, New Mexico and Texas.

CAPITAL, $10,177,500.

OFFICERS
Secretary, J. C. CONWAY

President, BENJAMIN H. WOOTEN
Vice President and Treasurer, H. D. WALLACE

DIRECTORS
J. Gilbert Leigh, 210 Louisiana St., Little Rock. Arkansas.
H. T. Leonard, 109 E. Jefferson St., Kosciusko, Mississippi.
Philip Lieber, Cor. Crokett and McNeil Sts.. Shreveport, Louisiana.
R. H. McCune. 1 17 W. Third St., Roswell, New Mexico.
Edward J. Nolan, 540 Frenchman St., New Orleans, Louisiana.

Chairman, I. Friedlander, Capital and San Jacinto Sts., Houston, Tex.
Vice Chairman, A. D. Geoghegan, Southern Cotton Oil Co., New
Orleans, Louisiana.
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Allain C. Andry, 509 Maritime Bldg., New Orleans, Louisiana.
O. W. Boswell, 16 Clarksville St., Paris, Texas.
Herbert J. Hayes, 307 E. Pecan St., San Antonio, Texas.

DISTRICT No. 10—Bank Located at Topeka, Kan. (National Bank of Topeka Bldg.)
TERRITORY IN DISTRICT—Colorado, Kansas. Nebraska and Oklahoma.

President, C. A. STERLING
Vice President, W. L. BOWERSQX

CAPITAL, $8,287,500.

OFFICERS
Secretary, WILMOT E. STEVENS
Treasurer, R. H. BURTON
DIRECTORS
L. C. Pollock, 201 N. Robinson St., Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
C. T. Rice. Anchor Bldg., Sav. 8c Loan Assn., Kansas City. Kansas.
L. E. Roush, Bldg, and Loan Dept., State House, Wichita, Kansas.
David Rowe, Nebraska State Bldg. 8c Loan Assn., Fremont. Nebraska.
Charles W. Thompson, Aetna Bldg. 8c Loan Assn., Topeka, Kansas.

Chairman, Wilder S. Metcalf, 720 Massachusetts St.. Lawrence, Kas.
Vice Chairman, W. R. McWilliams, Oklahoma City Bldg. & Loan
Assn., Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
O. A. King, 1644 Welton St., Denver, Colorado.
G. E. McKinnis, 1 18 N. Broadway, Shawnee, Oklahoma.

DISTRICT No. 11—Bank Located at Portland, Ore. (602 Pacific Bldg.)
TERRITORY IN DISTRICT—Alaska, Idaho. Montana, Oregon, Utah. Washington and Wyoming.

President, CHARLES H. STEWART
Vice President, W. H. HADLOCK

CAPITAL, $6,449,400.

OFFICERS
Secretary, W. H. CAMPBELL
Treasurer. IRVING BOGARDUS
DIRECTORS
Sam H. Dehnert. 200 N. Fourth St., Coeur d’Alene, Idaho.
L. H. Hoffman, Hoffman Construction Co.. Portland, Ore.
J. T. S. Lyle, Pacific Savings 8c Loan Assn., Tacoma, Wash.
Morris Rosenblatt, P. O. Box 187, Salt Lake City, Utah.
Lee C. Stidd, Benefit Savings 8c Loan, Portland, Ore.
Worrall Wilson, Title 8c Trust Bldg., Seattle, Wash.

Cfuiirman, Frank S. McWilliams, Fidelity Savings 8c Loan Assn.
Spokane, Wash.
Vice Chairman, Ben H. Hazen, Benjamin Franklin Savings 8c Loan
Assn., Portland, Ore.
J. H. Andrews, Federal Bldg. & Loan Assn., Ogden, Utah
P. C. Bulen, Mountain States Bldg. 8c Loan Assn., Great Falls, Mont.

DISTRICT No. 12—Bank Located at Los Angeles, Calif. (311 So. Spring St.)
TERRITORY IN DISTRICT—Arizona, California, Hawaii and Nevada.

President, WILLIAM F. DUFFY
Vice President and Treasurer, M. M. HURFORD

CAPITAL, $11,009,400.

OFFICERS
Secretary, F. C. NOON
DIRECTORS
Adolph Schleicher, U. S. Rubber Co. Samson Division, Los Angeles,
California.
P. T. Tompkins, Berkeley Guarantee Bldg. 8c Loan Assn.. Berkeley.
California.
H„ S. Wanzer, 805 J St., Sacramento. California.

Chairman, C. H. Wade, State Mutual Bldg. 8c Loan Assn.. Los Angeles,
California.
Vice Chairman, David G. Davis. %The White House, San Francisco,
California.
E. M. Einstein, Fresno Guarantee Bldg. 8c Loan Assn., Fresno, Calif.


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Joint Stock Land Banks.
Farm Credit Administration
Wm. I. Myers, Governor

Albert S. Goss, Land Bank Commissioner

No. Chartered

Title

Location

States in which operating

58.

8-21-22. The First Joint Stock Land Bank of Montgomery.......................Montgomery, Ala.

Ala. & Ga.

81.

2-20-26. The Southwest Joint Stock Land Bank of LittleRock................. Little Rock, Ark.

Ark., Tex., Mo.

26.

9-19-19. The California Joint Stock Land Bank of San Francisco............. San Francisco, Cal.

Cal. & Ore.

49.

5-29-22. The Pacific Coast Joint Stock Land Bank of San Francisco........San Francisco, Cal.

Cal., Ariz., Nev.

38.

4-18-22. The Denver Joint Stock Land Bank of Denver...........................Denver, Colo.

60.

9-23-22. The Atlanta Joint Stock Land Bank of Atlanta........................... Atlanta, Ga.

33.

2-24-22. The First Trust Joint Stock Land Bank of Chicago.....................Chicago, Ill.

Colo.,Wyo.,
Mont.
Ga., Ala., Tex.,
Okla.
Ill. & Iowa

55.

7-25-22. The Illinois Midwest Joint Stock Land Bank of Edwardsville... Edwardsville, Ill.

Ill. & Mo.

12.

1-24-19. The Illinois Joint Stock Land Bank of Monticello....................... Monticello, Ill.

Ill. & Iowa

10.

12-20-18. The First Joint Stock Land Bank of Ft. Wayne...........................Ft. Wayne, Ind.

Ind. & Ohio

3.

6-28-17. The Fletcher Joint Stock Land Bank of Indianapolis.................. Indianapolis, Ind.

Ind. & Ill.

83.

9-11-26. The Indianapolis Joint Stock Land Bank of Indianapolis.......... Indianapolis, Ind.

Ind. & Ohio

82.

3- 2-26. The Union Trust Joint Stock Land Bank of Indianapolis.......... Indianapolis, Ind.

Ind. & Ohio

27.

10- 1-19. The La Fayette Joint Stock Land Bank of La Fayette............... La Fayette, Ind.

Ind. & Ill.

72.

1-11-23. The Burlington Joint Stock Land Bank of Des Moines............. Des Moines, la.

Ia. & Ill.

15.

4-22-19. The Des Moines Joint Stock Land Bank of Des Moines............. Des Moines, Ia.

Iowa & Minn.

1.

4-24-17. The Iowa Joint Stock Land Bank of Sioux City.......................... Sioux City, Ia.

Ia. & S. D.

35.

4- 4-22. The Kentucky Joint Stock Land Bank of Lexington................... Lexington, Ky.

Ky. & Ohio

43.

5- 1-22. The Louisville Joint Stock Land Bank of Louisville.................... Louisville, Ky.

Ky. & Ind.

62.

10- 3-22. The Union Joint Stock Land Bank of Louisville.......................... Louisville, Ky.
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Ky. & Tenn.

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36.

4-10-22. The First Joint Stock Land Bank of New Orleans. ..................... New Orleans, La.

La. & Miss.

76.

4- 7-23. The Maryland-Virginia Joint Stock Land Bank of Baltimore. . .Baltimore, Md.

Md. & Va.
Mich., Ohio, Pa.

79.

5- 9-23. The Union Joint Stock Land Bank of Detroit............................ Detroit, Mich.

41.

5- 2-22. The Minneapolis-Trust Joint Stock Land Bank of Minneapolis . Minneapolis. Minn. Minn. & N. D.

14.

4-17-19. The Fremont Joint Stock Land Bank of Fremont........................ Lincoln, Nebr.

8.

7-12-18. The Lincoln Joint Stock Land Bank of Lincoln............................Lincoln, Nebr.

Nebr. & Iowa

5- 2-22. The New York Joint Stock Land Bank of Rochester................. Rochester, N. Y.

N. Y., N. J., Pa.

40.

Nebr. & Iowa

2Q.

6-11-19. The Virginia-Carolina Joint Stock Land Bank of Norfolk..............Elizabeth City, N. C. N. C. & Va.

52.

7- 5-22. The North Carolina Joint Stock Land Bank of Durham............. Durham, N. C.

N. C. & Va.

57.

8-18-22. The Greensboro Joint Stock Land Bank of Greensboro............... Greensboro, N. C.

N. C. & Tenn.

51.

6- 6-22. The Atlantic Joint Stock Land Bank of Raleigh...... ....................Raleigh, N. C.

N. C. & S. C.

45.

5-12-22 The Oregon-Washington Joint Stock Land Bank of Portland .. .Portland, Ore.

Ore. & Wash.

47.

5-29-22. The Pacific Coast Joint Stock Land Bank of Portland................ Portland, Ore.

Ore. & Wash.

68.

11-14-22. The Pennsylvania Joint Stock Land Bank of Philadelphia......... Philadelphia, Pa.

85.

6- 1-31. Phoenix Joint Stock Land Bank of Kansas City.......................... Kansas City, Mo.

39.

4-24-22. The First Carolinas Joint Stock Land Bank of Columbia........... Columbia, S. C.

7.

6-22-18.

Pa., N. Y., Md.
Kan., Mo., Ark.,
Ill., Okla.
S. C. & N. C.

The Tennessee Joint Stock Land Bank of Memphis.................... Memphis, Tenn.

22.

7- 3-19. The Dallas Joint Stock Land Bank of Dallas............................... Dallas, Texas

16.

4-23-19. The First Texas Joint Stock Land Bank of Houston................... Houston* Texas
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Tenn. & Ark.,
Miss.
Texas & Okla.
Texas & Okla.
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25.

9-15-19. The San Antonio Joint Stock Land Bank of San Antonio........... San Antonio, Texas Texas & Okla.

48.

5-29-22. The Pacific Coast Joint Stock Land Bank of Salt Lake City.......... Salt Lake City, Utah Utah & Idaho

78.

5- 2-23.

2.
69.

The Potomac Joint Stock Land Bank of Alexandria....................Washington, D. C.

Va., Md.

5- 7-17. The Virginian Joint Stock Land Bank of Charleston................... Charleston, W. Va. W. Va., Ohio,
Ind., Mich., Va.
12- 7-22. The Greenbrier Joint Stock Land Bank of Lewisburg............... Charleston, W. Va. W. Va. & Va.


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Thousands of Dollars...
OR increased speed and facility of reading,
you will find the latest statements of all United
States banks shown in this and subsequent
editions of your Blue Book in thousands of
dollars only.
Thus, a bank with $200,000 capital is shown
as $200, one with $1,421,118 in deposits is
shown as $1,421.

Complete New Columnar Style
Eleven columns of figures in this edition
replace eight in former ones. This new style,
more costly to the publisher, but more valuable
to the user, gives you three new columns of
figures on every bank in the United States.

Important New Figures
Surplus and undivided profits are now divid­
ed into two columns, “Surplus” and “Undivided
Profits and/"or Reserves.” Bond and invest­
ments are also broken down into two columns,
“U. S. Government Securities” and “Other
Securities.”

Totals at a Glance
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from the resources enables you to tell at a
glance the combined resources or liabilities of
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CLEARING HOUSES IN THE UNITED STATES
This compilation of deposits in the cities having Clearing Houses gives
total deposits of all banks and will be a valuable reference for comparisons.
(In Thousands of Dollars)
CITY

Aberdeen, S. D_________
Abilene, Texas.._______
Adrian, Mich... ..............
Akron, Ohio.__________
Alameda, Calif............ ......
Albany, Ga................ ........
Albany. N. Y__________
Albert Lea. Minn______
Allentown, Pa__________
Altoona, Pa.....................
Amarillo, Texas..............
Ames, Iowa.. ..................
Ann Arbor, Mich............
Anniston, Ala__________
Ardmore. Okla...................
Arkansas City, Kan........
Asbury Park, N. J______
Asheville, N. C_________
Atchison. Kan....................
•Atlanta. Ga____ ______
Atlantic City, N. J_____
Augusta, Ga............ ..........
Aurora, Ill...........................
Austin, Texas__________
Bakersfield, Calif.............
•Baltimore, Md.................
Bangor, Me____________
Bartlesville, Okla..............
Beaumont, Texas..............
Bellingham, Wash______
Beloit, Wis.........................
Bemidjl, Minn...................
Berkeley, Calif.................
Bethlehem, Pa...................
Billings, Mont_________
Binghamton, N. Y............
•Birmingham, Ala______
Bloomington, Ill.:_______
Bogalusa, La.......................
‘•Boston, Mass...............
Bowling Green, Ky_____
Bridgeport, Conn..............
Bristol, Tenn., Va...........
Brunswick, Ga_________
•Buffalo, N. Y...................
Butler, Pa.......... ........ ........
Cambridge, Mass..............
Camden, N. J....................
Canton, Ohio......................
Cape Girardeau, Mo,....
Carthage, Mo.....................
Casper, Wyo.......................
Cedar Rapids, Iowa___
Champaign, Ill..i___.__
Charles City, Iowa_____
Charleston, S. C...............
Charleston, W. Va_____
•Charlotte, N. C;.............
Chattanooga, Tenn..........
Chester, Pa.........................
Chester, 8. C...... ...............
Cheyenne, Wyo.............
‘•Chicago, Ill.....................
Chino, Calif.
•Cincinnati, Ohio..............
‘•Cleveland, Ohio............
Clinton, Iowa_________
Colorado Springs, Colo..
Columbia, S. C..................
Columbus, Ga...............
‘•Columbus, Ohio______
Council Bluffs, Iowa.___
Cumberland, Md.... ..
•Dallas, Texas...................
Danville, Ill.......................
Dayton, Ohio.....................
Decatur, Ala.......................
Decatur, Ill........................
‘•Denver, Colo..................
Derby, Conn.......................
•Des Moines, Iowa..........
‘•Detroit, Mich.................
Dickinson, N. D................
Dodge City, Kan_______
Dothan, Ala........................
Du Bois, Pa........................
Duluth, Minn__________
Dunkirk, N. Y...................
Durham, N. C.________
Elberton, Ga__________
Elkhart, Ind.......................
•El Paso, Texas________
Elyria, Ohio........................
Emporia, Kan.................
Enid, Okla..........................
Erie, Pa...............................
Eugene, Ore_________
Evanston. Ill......................
Fall River, Mass...............
Fargo, N. D_____ ______
Fergus Falls, Minn...........
Flint, Mich........................
Fort Dodge, Iowa.............
Fort Wayne, Ind...............
•Fort Worth, Texas____

July, 1933
Deposits
$

4,567
4,207
1,768
15,762
342
2,372
321,057
2,354

July, 1934
Deposits

| January, 1934
Deposits
|
1

28,218
8,939
10,241
2,095
14,179
5,515
3,875
2,556
3,748
2,159
2,411
100,746
14,914
9,571
3,436
15,109
1,764
455,472
40,463
7,662
15,920
6,743
7,994
1,009

27,844
9,388
11,182
1,697
14,177
5,133
4,042
2,548
4,161
1,833
2,661
110,110
14,827
10,164
3,959
16,544
1,833
437,797
39,310
7,908
16,130
6,985
7,156
1,436

4.086
5,181
3,434
32,382
299
2,707
328,311
2,705
7,077
28^676
9,852
13,517
2,194
14,551
5,286
4,097
2,406
5,074
1,980
3,203
121,058
7,646
10,621
5,540
17,394
2,183
509,229
42,152
7,934
18,214
7,065
7.791
1,551

13,057
5,866
40,332
48,057
6,735
1,564
1,632,491
1,902
120,770
3,982
1,972
466,220
11,802
103,727
53,298
25,484
2,303
1,934
5,228
4,849
1,890
26,331
35,175
33,950
29,925
18,255
1,485
6,194
1,702,282

14,889
6,396
40,315
58,517
8,732
1J95
1,604,733
2,685
114,327
4,128
2,301
475,321
12,349
104,515
51,214
25,337
2,620
2,152
5,185
..
5,339
2,251
33,943
36,711
39,969
38,984
18,283
1,700
6,919
1,804,488

16,131
6,234
42,042
61,894
10,534
1,295
1,723,902
2,647
117,401
4,339
2,495
491,768
13,231
105.982
48,081
26,766
2,805
2,367
5,627
28,162
6,143
2,408
37,144
44,024
44,450
42,333
19,699
1,631
7,943
2,080,449

241,752
489,168

244,085
498,830

15,229
993
9,940
85,899
4,584
135,091
7,704
27,094
3,470
11,885
125,563
12,143
48,356
245,210
2,094
1,207
2,982
6,332
41,361
5,221
16,629

15,002
3,050
10,645
87,836
6,173
13,072
160,462
7,776
26,635
3,979
12,107
131,360
12,145
51,285
341,035
1,988
1,385
4,312
6,215
39,309
7,069
17,202

6,815
14,520
4,970
3,261
6,710
34,282
4,042
12,794
67,481
13,444
3,968
10,887
1,333
15,760
55,726

6,702
16,042
4,361
3,679
6,137
26,542
4,405
13,010
66,274
10,980
3,904
10,902
2,848
22,960
64,705

271,808
553,819
8,282
15,725
3,718
10,713
110,200
8,280
14,102
193,109
8,945
30,134
4,145
13,896
142,247
12,345
63,580
430,090
2,096
1,645
3,257
6,763
43,187
8,383
19,115
674
6,675
17,871
4,713
3,985
6,966
29,263
5,359
15,001
68,030
13,920
3,867
20,899
2,808
25,688
72,186

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6,305
2,956
27,113
270
2,654
322,756
2,219

$

CITY

January, 1934
Deposits

July, 1934
Deposits

Franklin, Pa....................... $
Frederick, Md_________
Fremont, Neb....................
•Galveston, Texas............

8,830
17,726
2,476
24,425

Grand Forks, N. D..........
Grand Island, Neb...........
•Grand Rapids, Mich....
Great Falls, Mont............
Green Bay, Wis.................

1,635
4,680
33,053
9,282
9,979

3,841
4,828
38,616
9,084
10,069

Greenville, Miss................
Greenville, S. C..._..........
Griffin, Ga.........................
Guthrie, Okla................ ..
Hagerstown, Md...............
Hamilton, Ohio.................
Hannibal, Mo__________
Harrisburg, Pa...................
Hartford, Conn.................
Hattiesburg, Miss.............
Hazleton, Pa......................
•Helena, Mont_________
Henderson Ky..................
Hibbing, Minn...................
Hollywood, Calif_______
Holyoke, Mass—............
Hot Sp. N. Park, Ark...
•Houston, Texas...............
Huntington, W. Va..........

2,802
7,240
676
3,1,57
7,358
9,468
3,786
30,364
245,575
4,221
27,237
11,100
2,145
3,414
1,322
52,289
2,588
135,511
9,643

3,183
7,431
893
3,288
7,689
9,362
4,145
31,251
240,419
4,310
27,936
12,500
2,374
3,859
726
50,909
2,405
158,133
10,098

3,747
6,093
43,198
9,378
11,785
7,434
2j874
8,238
1,105
3,462
9,152
10,911
4,684
33,031
261,649
4,846
27,574
12,096
2,540
4,210
774
51,565
3,260
181,118
12,219

‘Hutchinson, Kan............
Independence, Mo______
‘•Indianapolis, Ind..........
Jackson, Mich...................
Jackson, Miss.....................
•Jacksonville, Fla.............
Jacksonville, Ill.................
Jamestown, N. Y_______
Joplin, Mo_____________
Kalamazoo, Mich........... ..
‘•Kansas City, Kan____
‘•Kansas City, Mo..........
Knoxville, Tenn............ ..
‘LaCrosse, Wis_________
La Fayette, Ind................
Lancaster, Pa__________
Lansing, Mich.................
Lamed, Kan......................
Lawrence, Kan_________

6,803
3,213
111,936
3,811
10,454
58,818
2,727
22,639
5,878
7,671
19,794
244,591
11,562
10,784
14,554
39,866
6,131
1,105
4,394
6,107
11,215
30,270
18,833
937
23,747
2,377
13,845
38,653
1,329
721,122
104,144
71,716

7,207
3,321
134,001
5,951
11,665
60,989
3,034
24,928
5,846
9,122
20,826
240,044
18,010
9,754
13,183
39,424
6,457
1,226
4,458
6,112
11,248
31,432
18,550
1,065
24,710
2,235
15,674
37,246
1,407
717,388
110,887
70,936
16,838
75,283
1,875
6,312
16,519
68,285
1,835
7,376
6,800
10,249
4,703
3,127
5,429
2,575
80,272
6,171
1,787
21,006
5,181
1,833
198,717
279,169
4,010
27,379
3,790
31,228
15,127
8,386
8,802
10,560
61,987
2,079
2,934
1,163
377,523
9,260
70,852
2,201
13,783
134,142
6,787
42,836

10,898
3,393
160,935
7,655
. 15,468
* 68,767
3,652
23,089
6,275
11,611
23,352
308,726
22,206
10,756
9,759
29,282
10,987
1,414
4,973
6,394
11,810
32,170
22,062
1,146
33,424
2,471
18,852
41,251
1,478
761,966
127,358
70,818
17,731
77,833
2,149
6,813
20,043
68,920
2,073
8,105
7,704
11,093
4,793
3,761
5,658
3,056
90,981
6,882
1,808
28,708
5,365
1,839
238,877
300,424
3,815
29,444
3,689
32,773
17,200
9,480
9,942
10,107
73,580
2.055
4,721
1,147
378,289
10,054
73,548
2,738
14,141
141,200
7,593
43,963

Lebanon, Pa...................
Lewiston, Me..... ...............
Lexington, Ky...................
Liberal, Kan.......................
Little Falls, Minn.............
•Little Rock, Ark______
Long Beach, Calif______
Lorain, Ohio.......................
‘•Los Angeles, Calif____
‘•Louisville, Ky________
Lowell, Mass......................
Lynchburg, Va.________
Lynn, Mass...................... ..
Macomb, Ill................... ..
Macon, Ga..........................
Madison, Wis.....................
Manchester, N. H.............
Manhattan, Kan_______
Manitowoc, Wis________
Mankato, Minn.................
Mansfield, Ohio________
Marion, Ind...... ...............
Marion, Ohio......................
Martinsburg, W. Va____
Medford, Ore.....................
•Memphis, Tenn...............
Meridian, Miss..............
Mexico, Mo____________
Miami, Fla.......................
Michigan City, Ind..........
Milledgeville, Ga...............
‘•Milwaukee, Wis............
‘•Minneapolis, Minn....
Minot, N. D.......................
Mobile, Ala.........................
Modesto. Calif...................
Montclair, N. J................
‘Montgomery, Ala...........
Muncie, Ind----------------Muskegon, Mich_______
•Muskogee, Okla_______
‘Nashville, Tenn............ ..
Nebraska City, Neb.........
New Albany, Ind..............
New Albany, Miss............
‘Newark, N. J_________
Newark, Ohio...............
New Bedford, Mass____
New Brighton, Pa............
New Castle, Pa.................
‘New Haven, Conn_____
New Kensington, Pa___
New London, Conn..........

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July, 1933
Deposits

77,636
1,784
6,766
15,839
69,496
1,623
7,405
7,319
10,077
4,623
3,061
5,573
2,441
69,176
6,061
1,642
27,248
5,351
1,727
194,023
282,393
4,120
26,755
3,305
32,068
13,179
7,859
8,741
9,876
60,751
1,996
3,124
893
371,124
9,188
70,897
2,218
13,276
136,635
6,889
44,115

8

8,773
17,343
2,864
26,690

8

8,868
17,909
3,661
27,481

CLEARING HOUSES IN THE UNITED STATES—Continued
{In Thousands of Dollars)
CITY

July, 1933
Deposits

.$
1,134
Newnan, Ga.............. ........
‘•New Orleans, La_____
145,511
Newport News, Va_____
9,386
New Rochelle, N. Y____
20,240
‘•New York, N. Y...........
12,413,985
Niagara Falls, N. Y.........
23,266
Norfolk, Va................... .
48,582
Norristown, Pa..................
17,374
♦Northern New Jersey
Citv, N. Y. _______
•Oakland, Calif________
50,569
‘•Ogden, Utah..................
11,505
Oil City, Pa____________
10,081
‘•Oklahoma City, Okla..
68,764
•Omaha, Neb.....................
80,266
Orange, N. J.......................
20,506
Oshkosh, Wis_____ _____
8,975
Palestine, Texas..............
2,386
Parsons, Kan....................
2,566
‘Pasadena, Calif_______
18,671
Passaic, N. J.....................
37,538
Paterson, N. J.................
98,595
•Peoria, Ill_____________
33,429
Petersburg, Va...................
2,266
‘•Philadelphia. Pa_____
1,532,480
Phillipsburg, N. J______
5,123
Phoenix, Ariz...................
18,368
Pine Bluff, Ark..................
7,716
Pittsburg, Kan....... ...........
3,040
•Pittsburgh, Pa.................
817,023
Pittston, Pa____________
16,054
Portland, Me......................
64,759
‘•Portland, Ore________
116,054
Portsmouth, Va. (See N orfolk)
Pottsville, Pa____ ______
17,722
Providence, R. I...............
360,844
•Pueblo, Colo.....................
19,078
Quincy, Ill..........................
6,144
Racine, Wis____________
10,360
Raleigh, N. C__________
520
Reading, f*a.....................
26,547
Red Wing, Minn_______
3,750
•Richmond, Va..................
106,714
Riverside, Calif................
8,354
Roanoke, Va......................
25,357
Rochester, Minn_______
5,670
Rochester, N. Y................
334,963
Rockford, Ill......................
9,352
2,818
Rocky Mount, N. C.........
Rome, Ga............................
3,751
Sacramento, Calif.............
18,394
Saginaw, Mich.......... ........
11,730
•St. Joseph, Mo...............
29,558
‘•St. Louis, Mo................
405,592
‘•St. Paul, Minn..............
127,135
Salisbury, N. C.................
687
60,729
‘•Salt Lake City, Utah..
47,419
•San Antonio, Texas___
San Bernardino, Calif___
1,955
San Diego, Calif________
37,898
1,719,084
•San Francisco, Calif___
8,747
San Jose, Calif_________
San Pedro. Calif________
Santa Barbara, Calif.__
8,354

July, 1934
Deposits

January, 1934
Deposits
$

1,287
142,329
9,010
22,279
11,896,377
24,302
47,767
17,483

8

CITY

1,475
159,535
9,950
23.271
13,381,958
25,358
51,547
18,233

46,785
15,174
9,945
73,874
83,497
21,844
10,055
2,917
2,545
18,224
37,979
97,382
34,238
3,242
1,519,904
5,119
19,975
8,780
3,033
804,231
15,566
69,341
125,858

43,327
15,717
10,903
75,461
106,687
22,457
11,323
3,119
2,979
18,698
33,068
100,248
38,159
3,593
1,697,085
5,603
24,210
9,369
3,329
905,242
16,214
71,635
137,470

17.505
363,066
21,115
6,379
10,932
672
25,423
3,660
116,973
8,399
26,062
6,008
326,070
9,823
4,638
4,279
20,650
13,634
31,030
443,649
131,715
636
63,249
48,365
1,922
35,883
1,785,322
9,593

18,356
367,009
22,999
7,884
13,046
936
24,800
3,946
133,010
9,748
27,916
6,062
331,630
11,528
3,980
4,986
23,061
15,331
34,084
486,519
140,833
775
68,495
54,662
2,233
35,996
1,932,007
9,538

8,395

9,040

Santa Cruz, Calif_______
Santa Monica, Calif____
Santa Rosa, Calif..............
•Savannah, Ga...................
Scranton, Pa......................
‘•Seattle, Wash................
Sedalia, Mo........................
Shamokin, Pa__________
Sheboygan, Wis...............
•Sioux City, Iowa______
Sioux Falls, S. D_______
South Bend, Ind.............
South St. Paul, Minn___
•Spokane, Wash___
Springfield, Ill............... ..
Springfield, Mass............
Springfield, Mo.................
Springfield, Ohio...............
Stamford, Conn.................
Steubenville, Onio______
Stockton, Calif...................
Superior, Wis....................
Syracuse, N. Y...................
Tacoma, Wash...................
Tampa, Fla.............. ......
Terre Haute, Ind...............
Texarkana, Ark.-Tex.. .
•Toledo, Ohio...................
•Topeka, Kan............. ..
Trenton, N. J.............. ..
Tucson, Ariz.......................
‘•Tulsa, Okla.....................
Utica, N. Y.................... ..
Valdosta, Ga...................
Vernon, Texas....................
Vicksburg, Miss________
Vincennes, Ind_________
•Waco, Texas................ ..
Warren, Pa.........................
•Washington, D. C_____
Waterbury, Conn..............
Waterloo, Iowa......... ........
Watertown, Wis________
Watsonville, Calif..___
West Los Angeles, Calif.
Wheeling, W. Va_______
White Plains, N. Y_____
Whittier, Calif_________
‘•Wichita, Kan________
Wichita Falls, Texas____
Wilkes-Barre, Pa........ ..
Williamsport, Pa.. . ..
Wilmington, Calif______
Wilmington^ Del_______
Wilmington, N. C______
Winchester, Va..................
Winona, Minn.. ..............
Winter Haven, Fla_____
Worcester, Mass_______
Yakima, Wash_______ .
Yankton. S. D............... ..
Yonkers, N. Y._...............
York, Pa........ .................

July, 1933
Deposits
$

July, 1934
Deposits

January, 1934
Deposits

5,066
653
3,025
73,750
90,609
173,290
1,793
10,836
16,386
19,921
11,027
11,385
5,151
17,008
16,937
152,372
10,856
12,556
39,443
11,970
12,649
5,426
175,184
14,636
23,540
21,980
9,209
58,929
28,017
95,429
12,070
57,809
76,213
2,077
1,973
8,580
2,498

$

5,288
637
3,119
71,784
94,828
190,261
2,043
11,476
16,008
19,719
10,174
13,803
5,004
29,740
17,749
146,280
10,982
12,417
39,570
13,439
12,716
5,329
168,870
15,598
24,788
21,131
9,881
57,811
27,394
95,814
12,282
65,495
74,951
2,075
3,061
8,668
2,534

$

15,718
17,827
212,882
56,126
3,374
2,860
3,363

18,011
14,594
226,510
55,243
3,920
2,832
3,586

5,517
782
3,184
78,661
103,020
198,691
2,151
12,165
16,725
25,944
11,097
14,575
5,112
39,012
18,971
149,000
12,668
14,140
41,127
14,336
13,350
6,830
174,122
17,347
26,046
22,140
11,202
71,883
32,804
106,838
13,071
78,411
77,417
2,122
2,502
8,394
3,032
4,539
18,551
14,295
236,209
56,250
5,490
3,679
3,926

37,126
27,694
2,667
33,693
11,350
54,663
13,655

36,728
27,437
2,700
34,461
13,554
55,325
9,097

39,149
29,037
3,044
44,037
14,248
59,186
10,522

86,748
7,509
5,262
12,671
1,545
183,382
7,780
1,915
66,086
29,116

84,642
7,922
5,299
12,823
1,964
185,094
8,601
2,003
59,245
28,638

87,587
8,453
5,624
13,951
2,161
187,079
9,558
2,057
60,740
31,014

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CONSOLIDATED CAPITULATION EOft
Total
Total
Total
Total State
All
STATE
Nat’l Banks Private
Banks
Banks andTrust Banks
Cos.
219 $
Alabama____
149
70
13
1
Alaska............. ..
4
8
20
8
12
247
52
195
271
140
131
California.. ..
166
86
80
Colorado..
199
4
54
141
Connecticut...
48
16
32
Delaware_____
11
21
10
Dist. of Col...
153
50
103
333
52
Georgia.............
55
226
1
13
Hawaii_____
12
64
25
Idaho______
39
887
286
601
Illinois______
555
35
Indiana.............
122
398
681
22
538
Iowa........... ..
121
747
2
196
Kansas.............
549
438
98
340
150
29
121
104
40
64
i
198
63
134
Maryland____
412
1
138
273
Massachusetts468
46
336
86
Michigan..........
692
Minnesota.__
213
479
214
25
189
Mississippi....
744
90
652
2
Missouri............
127
47
80
475
136
339
13
6
7
114
52
62
NewHampshire
432
236
194
New Jersey. ..
43
24
19
New Mexico...
929
19
460
450
New York........
223
43
180
North Carolina
216
144
72
North Dakota.
682
Ohio
250
418
14
422
219
203
113
59
54
1,125
29
394
Pennsylvania.. 702
31
12
19
Rhode Island..
131
111
1
19
South Carolina
212
148
64,
South Dakota.
335
262
73
971
458
469
Texas________
60
46
14
Utah................
95
52
43
i
322
192
129
Virginia.............
196
64
132
Washington__
184
105
79
West Virginia..
649
106
543
63
37
26
Wyoming..........
276 16,220 $
GrandTotalU.S 5,451 10,493
Head offices oper ating under C onservat ors
3
162
104
55
Branch banks ope rating under C onservat
13
10
3

Capital

Und. Profits
& Reserves

Surplus

32,038 8
928
3,840
13,886
215,419
15,628
47,103
13,314
21,835
21,184
36,099
5,860
5,151
221,829
57,624
37,911
31,464
39,216
30,419
16,716
35,031
149,210
78,885
61,178
17,213
93,038
9,988
24,566
845
8,596
143,428
2,700
1,030,945
25,108
11,299
186,376
31,608
12,951
304,028
19,415
9,123
10,643
37,558
109.498
10,624
21,988
48,637
29,514
28.952
70.718
4,146
3,495,273 8

11,561 $
511
1,535
4.402
92,670
8,497
81,582
19,548
13,899
7,651
15,885
3,675
1,184
61,651
23,726
13,328
13,232
20,057
5,627
11,831
41,086
241,940
20,120
22.591
4,298
25,258
3,819
6,649
504
20,109
109,645
960
1,568,225
10,974
2,591
59,165
8,718
6,301
463,024
47,070
3,232
2,206
10,957
34,834
4,065
7,010
19,807
11,234
12,401
20,710
2,079
3,203,634 $

Deposits

6,468 S
364
624
3,310
80,442
5,207
33,625
11,738
6,947
3,147
7,951
692
1,591
62,142
11,693
6,503
4,654
7,102
6,386
13,605
15,627
98,059
15,043
11,719
1,878
17,708
2,222
4,863
255
9,610
49,297
233
369,114
7,568
2,131
25,270
5,535
2,422
152,676
6,088
2,347
1,806
6,223
19,299
2,658
10,534
13,035
6,154
5,762
14,796
905
1,155,028 S

JDly 1934

(In Thousands of Dollars)
Cash and
Other
Exchange Due
Total
Liabilities
from Banks
14,324 $
62,681 $
252,083 S
241
3,375
13,179
914
16,399
57,773
4,199
40,027
133,845
135,541
518,665
3,574,087
7,536
271,230
99,853
16,776
1,292,942
146,077
2,089
178,634
24,485
3,190
282,080
67,075
9.103
252,841
69,708
17,118
376,952
95,127
8,317
91,645
15,605
3,277
65,794
19,559
44,509
3,039,761
936,485
83,880
711,304
171,287
8,261
492,017
146,295
10,686
383,365
135,160
32,988
432,597
81,542
11,138
332,165
90,961
10,948
343,306
44,651
12,088
752,777
139,705
52,596
4,266,091
561,747
21,486
949,485
234,764
25,503
860,982
205,369
5,188
152,694
37,688
14.328
1,187,336
345,978
2,283
115,505
34,233
7,836
320,433
114,953
471
18,941
4,626
5,978
298.104
20,785
76,002
2,093,733
270,181
1,219
35,643
12,437
449,202
19,865,799
2,932,860
6,286
293,518
81,849
2,635
105.002
24,153
47.401
1.918,911
372,544
10,537
368,028
120,572
9,640
226,801
51,487
147,822
5,230,099
862,674
7,526
532,354
64,890
2,603
112,758
38,998
2,050
87,064
21,861
21,472
404,188
102,967
49,739
1,179,775
4041830
3,071
122,994
28,387
12,059
221,425
19,056
23,998
525,214
109,426
20,135
413,870
91,110
11,273
284,870
59,380
28,121
765,773
167,460
1,540
52.758
16.285
10,338,272 8
1.507,123 $
56,340,525 1$

LIABILITIES

187,692 $
11,135
50,860
108,048
3,050,015
234,362
1,113,856
131,945
236,209
211,756
299,899
73,101
54,591
2,649,630
534,381
426,014
323,329
333,234
278,595
290,206
648,945
3,724,286
813,951
739.991
124,117
1,037,004
97,193
276,519
16,866
253,811
1,715,361
30,531
16,448,313
243,582
86,346
1.600.699
311,630
195,487
4,162,549
452,255
95,453
70,359
327,978
966,405
102,576
169,834
419,737
346,833
226,482
631,428
44,088
46,979,467 $

STATEMENTS
RESOURCES
Other
Securities

U. S. Govt.
Securities

Loans and
Discounts

36,745 $
2,702
11,225
18,953
568,223
33,868
307,573
51,377
31,233
38,808
32,425
14,304
16,322
435,418
92,595
67,846
57,487
55,722
43.408
113,886
198,758
894,862
137,501
159,696
38,624
156,299
25,439
46,575
3,443
119,038
537,554
6,613
3,435,143
48,091
24,803
295,380
80,488
40,635
1,295,798
150,977
21,035
19,997
56,892
109,815
29,669
62,559
66,676
75,611
38,716
123,732
7,571
10,338,110 $

35,991 8
2,585
11,433
24,158
781,231
69,980
118,457
18,321
69,702
85,889
68,053
16,360
10,094
768^972
123,300
91,476
50,576
80,825
63’843
54,487
171,395
583,362
254,947
194,678
13,278
302,143
22,967
63,690
6,170
29,579
251,835
5,374
4,090,310
42,399
21,243
388 549
56,457
71,691
1,081,504
103,021
15,770
11,528
61,501
247,448
20,106
15,061
74,287
100,880
40,978
157,439
6,765
11,052,088 $

Other
Resources

99,016 8
3,922
15,414
44’337
l,49l’784
60,265
648,412
77,264
88,589
45,693
156,124
37,055
15,315
801,356
223,018
170,435
122,874
192,171
118,015
117,076
216,100
2,021,213
255,085
272,792
54,224
340,592
27,571
84,342
3,958
116,818
869,792
9,567
8,229,638
106,214
29,374
753,991
96,894
53,811
1,662,561
202,909
31,537
28,398
158,818
357,612
40,925
105,202
247,068
127,897
127,283
282,191
20171
21,462,683 $

17,650
595
3,302
6,370
214,184
7,264
72,423
7,187
25,481
12,743
25,223
8,321
4,504
97,530
101,104
15,965
17,268
22,337
15,938
13,206
26,819
204,907
67,188
28,447
8,880
42,324
5,295
10,873
744
11,884
164,371
1.652
1,177,848
14,965
5,429
108,447
13,617
9,177
327,562
10,557
5,418
5,280
24,010
60,070
3,907
19,547
27,757
18,372
18,513
34,951
1,966
3,149,372

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