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CONTENTS
(For Detailed Index See Below)
PAGE
PAGE
CONSOLIDATED CAPITULATION FOR JANUARY 1933
59
HATES OF POSTAGE.....................
9
(Showing total number of banks, liabilities and resources by
BANKERS ASSOCIATIONS......... ...........................
...10-12
UNITED^STATES
BANKS
(For
Detailed
Index
See)-------3
BUYER’S GUIDE............. ......... ............................-.................Opposite 9
DOMINION OF CANADA BANKS (For Detailed Index See)
3
COMPTROLLER’S CALLS_____________
16
UNITED STATES AND CANADA INVESTMENT
STATE BANK OFFICIALS AND EXAMINERS....... ................17-21
3, 4
DEALERS (For Detailed Index See)................ .......... —
NATIONAL BANK EXAMINERS....................................................21-22
UNITED STATES DEPENDENCIES (For Detailed Index
VALUE OF'FOREIGN COINS..................................
23
See)...................---------------- --------------------- ----------3
FOREIGN BANKS............................. ........................-............1658-1850
TABLE OF CARDINAL NUMBERS AND COMMERCIAL
TERMS IN TEN LANGUAGES_____________
24
LOCAL STOCK EXCHANGE FIRMS------- ----------------- 1851-1862
CALENDAR...............................
25
UNITED STATES ATTORNEYS............................
1863-1959
DOMINION OF CANADA ATTORNEYS.......................... .1960-1963
NUMERICAL SYSTEM EXPLANATION--------28
FOREIGN ATTORNEYS....................................................... 1964-1969
CENTRAL RESERVE AND RESERVE CITIES.......................
29
NEGOTIABLE INSTRUMENTS LAW....................
1970
FEDERAL RESERVE BANK INFORMATION........................ .30-48
DATES OF REGULAR MEETINGS OF LEGISLATURES
1971
FEDERAL LAND BANK INFORMATION_____ ____ ____ _
49
INTEREST RATES, GRACE ON SIGHT DRAFTS AND
FEDERAL HOME LOAN BOARD INFORMATION................50&55
STATUTES OF LIMITATIONS.....................................
1972
DIGEST OF BANKING AND COMMERCIAL LAWS---- 1973-2128
FEDERAL INTERMEDIATE CREDIT BANKS........................
54
BANK COLLECTION CODE--------------- .....
.. 2129-2131
JOINT STOCK LAND BANKS ..................................... ...............
56
(As recommended by the American Bankers Association)
(See also data under state and town in which located)
ACCESSIBLE BANKING POINTS TO NON BANK
TOWNS IN THE UNITED STATES AMD CANADA .2133-2237
CLASSIFICATION OF BANKS BY DEPOSITS_______Opposite 57
DIRECTORS (UNITED STATES AND CANADA)..........2239-2570
CLEARING HOUSES IN UNITED STATES....................
57-58
DISCONTINUED BANK TITLES............. ............. -...........
2571
(Showing Deposits of Cities in which located)

DETAILED INDEX
GENERAL INFORMATION
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___________ ________ -.................................-........................................................
Banks, Index to.......................................................—..................— —.................. ------------ --------------Buyer’s Guide.--------- -------- ----------------- ------------------------------------------ ------------------------------Calendar................................. .......................................... ......... -................................. ................................
Central Reserve and Reserve Cities---------------- ------------------------- ----------------------------------------Classification of Banks by Deposits____________________________________________________
Clearing Houses in the United States (showing deposits of cities in which located)........ ........................
Comptroller’s Calls------------------------------------------ -------- ----- ------------ -.........-------------------------Consolidated Capitulation for January, 1933 (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_________ ----------- ----------- 7....... ..........-............................................. .........
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..... .................................................................................................. -.........--------- --------State Bank Officials and Examiners........................................................... -........................... -..................
Table of Cardinal Numbers and Commercial Terms in Ten Languages------------- -------------------------United States Dependencies............................ ............. -...................-....................................... -......... .......
Value of Foreign Coins..____ _______________________________ ____ ______________ ____ ___

MAPS
PAGE

PAGE

Oklahoma......... .......................
Kentucky------ ------552, 553
Africa__________________________1666, 1667
Ontario............. .....................
Louisiana......................
580, 581
Alabama................................................—62, 63
Oregon......................................
Maine.......... ............................
602, 603
Alaska.....................
78, 79
Pennsylvania............—.........
Manitoba and Saskatchewan-----------1602, 1603
Arizona____________________________ 84, 85
Philadelphia (Main Portion)
Maryland.................................
614, 615
Arkansas...............................
90, 91
Philadelphia and Vicinity___
Massachusetts ..............
632, 633
Asia....................
1676, 1677
Philippine Islands........ ...........
Mexico.............................................1830-1831
California...................
110, 111
Puerto Rico (See West Indies)
Michigan ..................................
..664, 665
Chicago (CentralPortion).................. 314, 315
Quebec......................................
Milwaukee (Main portion)------------- 1552, 1553
Colorado............ ....................................188, 189
Rhode Island........ ....................
Minneapolis....................
738, 739
Connecticut........................
206, 207
St. Louis, Mo..........................
Minnesota ............................
...708, 709
Delaware_______________
222
St. Paul, Minn........ ................ .
District of Columbia__________________ 228,229 Mississippi.............
768, 769
(Washington, Main Portion)
South America.................. ......
Missouri........................
786, 787
Dominion of Canada and New­
South Carolina ................ ........
Montana...............
..852, 853
foundland ________
1590, 1591
South Dakota.......................... .
Nebraska...............
864, 865
England and Wales______________ 1760, 1761
Tennessee............... .................
Nevada........................................
898, 899
Europe_________________________1660, 1661
Texas____________________
Federal Landand Federal Intermediate
New Hampshire____ ■........................ ..904, 905
Credit Bank Districts..................
51
Utah.................... ...................
New Jersey...........................
910, 911
Federal Reserve Districts.......... ............... 26, 27
Vermont........... .......................
New Mexico______________________ 946, 947
Florida..........................................
236, 237
Virginia....... ..............................
New York.....................
.952, 953
Georgia—...........
254, 255
United States_____ i.............
Hawaii...........................................................280,281 New York City (Southern Portion)___986, 987
North Carolina..............................
1056,1057 Washington...............................
^ho .........................
286, 287
West Indies........ ......................
North Dakota____________
1084,1085
................. 298,299
West Virginia...................... .
Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince
................ .396, 397
Wisconsin ................................ .
Edward Island............ ................ .1610, 1611
..................416, 417
The World...............................
Numerical Systems Transit Map..............14, 15
..................444, 445
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2133-2237
...1863-1959
.1960-1963
.1964-1969
.2129-2131
10-12

3
Opposite 9
25
29
Opposite 57
57-58
16
59
1971
.1973-2128
.2239-2570
2571
. 50 & 55
54
30-48
49
.1658-1850
1658
1972
3. 4
56
.1973-2128
.1851-1862
2
21-22

1970
28
9
17-21
24
.1585-1587
23
PAGE

.1162,1163
.1630, 1631
.1194,1195
.1206, 1207
.1258, 1259
.1252, 1253
.1582,1583
..1836-1837
.1644,1645
.1300, 1301
___834, 835
...756, 757
1842-1843
.1306,1307
.1322, 1323
..1340, 1341
.1370,1371
.1438, 1439
.1448,1449
.1456,1457
.......... 52, 53
.I486, 1487

.1836-1837
.1506, 1507
.1524,1525
..............6, 7
.1574,1575

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1585

Idaho__________
284-295
Illinois........................... -.............-......... 296-393
Indiana.............—.........-......................394-442
Iowa......................................................... 447-501

Ohio......... ...........................................1100-1160
Oklahoma______________________1160-1191
Oregon________________________ 1192-1204
Pennsylvania.............
1209-1296
Philippine Islands-------------1585-1586
Puerto Rico____________________ 1586-1587
Rhode Island --------1297-1304
South Carolina.................
1309-1319
South Dakota__________________ 1320-1337
Tennessee______________________ 1338-1367
Texas...................................................1368-1435
Utah........ ........
1436-1445
Vermont____________ _______ —1446-1453
Virginia_____ ______ -....................1454-1483
Virgin Islands...................
1587
Washington________________
1484-1503
West Virginia....... ..............................1504-1521
Wisconsin...... ...................................... 1522-1572
Wyoming.................
1572-1580

..502-550
..555-578
..583-600
..605-612
..612-630
..630-659
..660-706
..711-766
..771-783
..784-849
..850-862
..862-895
_____ 896
..901-913
..913-943
..944-950
.950-1054
1054-1082
1082-1100

Kansas..............
Kentucky..........
Louisiana..........
Maine................
Maryland..........
Massachusetts ..
Michigan..........
Minnesota........
Mississippi___
Missouri........ .
Montana......... .
Nebraska_____
Nevada .............
New Hampshire
New Jersey___
New Mexico ...
New York.......
North Carolina
North Dakota..

Alabama______ _____ -................ ......... - 60-76
Alaska.......................... ---------------------------- 81
American Samoa..................... -................... 1585
Arizona__________________ -—-------- 81-88
Arkansas__________________________ 93-107
California......................... -.....................108-186
Canal Zone__________________________ 1585
Colorado_________________________ 191-203
Connecticut____________
204-220
Delaware_________________________ 220-225
District of Columbia----------------226-234
Florida...............
.239-252
Georgia__________________________ 252-278
Hawaii......................-.............................283-284
Guam (Island of)..............................

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PAGE

PAGE

DOMINION OF CANADA BANKS
PAGE

PAGE

PAGE

Alberta............................................... 1588-1596
British Columbia.................................1596-1598
Manitoba............................................. 1599-1605
New Brunswick.................................. 1605-1607

Newfoundland............................................... 1607
Nova Scotia...... ..........
1607-1613
Ontario________________________1613-1636
Prince Edward Island.......... ..........
1636

Quebec________________________ 1637-1651
St. Pierre at Miquelon.......................
1651
Saskatchewan____________
..1651-1657
Yukon....................
1657

FOREIGN BANKS
..........1658
1658-1850

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

INVESTMENT DEALERS
PAGE

PAGE

Alabama................... Birmingham..
Mobile........ .
Montgomery..

.......... .66

Arizona..................... Phoenix..........

........ .87

Arkansas...................Little Rock...

..........101

British Columbia___Vancouver—
Victoria..........

....1598
....1598

California................ .Hollywood...
Los Angeles..
Oakland.........
Pasadena___
San Francisco

____ 130
143, 144
........ 151
____ 154
170, 171

Emporia___
Oberlin........
Topeka.........
Wichita____

-517
..535
—545
..549

Kentucky

Danville___
Lexington...
Louisville__

—560
..566
..569

Louisiana

.New Orleans.
Ruston____
Shreveport..

595
597
.599

Maine..........

.Portland___

610

Manitoba___

.Winnipeg__

___ 1605

.......... 72
........ .73

Colorado_________ Denver---------

........ 196

Connecticut______ H artford.........
New Haven..
New London..

____ 212

Maryland___

____ 215
____ 216

.Baltimore...
Hagerstown.

621, 622
........ 626

Massachusetts

Delaware_________Wilmington...

........ 225

Dist. of Columbia...Washington..

........ 234

.Boston........
Pittsfield___
Springfield..
Worcester...

.641, 642
........ 653
........ 656
____ 659

Michigan

.Battle Creek.
Detroit.........
Grand Rapids.
Jackson..........
Lansing_____
Saginaw..........

........ 662
677, 678
........ 683

Minnesota.

.Duluth...........
Minneapolis ..
New Ulm___
Saint Paul___

........ 721
____ 743
........ 746
........ 761

Missouri

.Butler.............
Kansas City .
Springfield__
St. Joseph___
St. Louis ___

........ 792
........ 813
____829
........ 831
.843-844

Montana

.Butte..............

855

N ebraska____ ____ Lincoln-------Omaha.........

.881

New Brunswick____St. John------

1606

New Jersey........... ..Atlantic City
Bloomfield..
Jersey City—
Newark____

.914
.916
926
.932

Florida.

Georgia

Illinois
>

Kansas.

Miami_____________
245
Orlando........ ...................... ........... -.................... -247
St. Petersburg...................................................... -249
Tampa............................................ -.................... -250
West Palm Beach.................... ........... -................ 251
.Atlanta................................ -...................—260, 261
Columbus.........................-..................................-264
Macon.................................................................... -271
Savannah_________________
-275
.Aurora....................................................................-303
Chicago_______—......... ......................... .330-337
Dajiville.-.............................................................. 341
Decatur.................................................................341
Joliet.......... ............................................................ 356
Peoria..... ..........
375
Rock Island..............................
-380
Springfield........................................
384

Indiana.......... ..........Indianapolis.

.420

Iowa...........................Burlington—
Council Bluffs
Davenport__
Des Moines...
Mason City..
Sioux City---Waterloo........

.453
.459
.460
.462
.479
.494
.499


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........ 701

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New York................Albany............
Auburn............
Binghamton...
Buffalo...........
Elmira______
New York___
Niagara Falls..
Rochester____
Schenectady ..
Syracuse..........
Troy________
Utica_______

.............. 955
...............957
............-959
.............. 962
.............. 968
1025-1033
............1034
_____ 1041
............1044
_____ 1048
........... 1048
........... 1050

North Carolina.........Charlotte..........
Durham..........
Greensboro....
Raleigh..........
Winston-Salem
Nova Scotia............Halifax.............

........... 1062
............1064
............1067
............1075
........... 1082

Ohio...........................Akron...............
Barnesville....
Canton..........
Cincinnati.......
Cleveland........
Columbus........
Dayton______
East Liverpool
Steubenville.. .
Toledo.............

............1105
............1108
.1116,1117
1122, 1123
______1125
............1127
............1129
............1152
1154, 1155

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

............1180
______ 1180
............1189

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

............1619
............1622
............1624
............1634

Oregon...................... Portland...........

............1203

Pennsylvania........... Allentown____
Bradford.........
Erie................
Lancaster........
Lebanon_____
Philadelphia...

............1209
............1214
............1225
............1235
............1236
1268, 1269

Pennsylvania.
(Continued)

Quebec

.1277
.1280
.1284
.1294
.1296

Montreal___
Quebec_____

.1642
.1647

Rhode Island

Providence...

1303, 1304

South Carolina

Charleston...
Columbia___
Greenville....
Spartanburg.

.1311
.1312
.1314
.1318

South Dakota

Aberdeen___
Brookings__
Sioux Falls...

.1320
.1325
.1334

Tennessee.............. . .Chattanooga.
Jackson.........
Knoxville___
Memphis___
Nashville___

.1345
.1352
.1354
.1358
.1361

Texas____________ Dallas______
El Paso____
Fort Worth..
Houston........
San Antonio..
Wichita Falls.

.1390
.1393
.1396
.1404
.1424
.1434

Utah..........................Salt Lake City.

.1445

Vermont....................Burlington___
Rutland...........

.1451
.1452

Virginia.....................Charlottesville.
Richmond___
Roanoke_____

.1461
.1477
.1478

Washington...

.Seattle____
Spokane.__

.1498
.1500

West Virginia.

.Clarksburg..
Wheeling....

.1511
.1521

Wisconsin___

Fond du Lac.
Milwaukee..

,1538
1556

........... 1608

...........1112

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.Pittsburgh__
Reading........
Scranton___
Wilkes-Barre
York..........

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HENRY F. FRESHWATER, Esq.
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ALL CLASSES OF BANKING BUSINESS UNDERTAKEN

BRANCHES AND AGENCIES THROUGHOUT NEW ZEALAND
THE BANK OF ENGLAND

LONDON BANKERS
LLOYDS BANK. LIMITED
THE NATIONAL BANK OF SCOTLAND. LTD

AUSTRALIA and NEW ZEALAND.

BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES
(ESTABLISHED 1817.)
(with which are amalgamated the Western Australian Bank and
The Australian Bank of Commerce Limited)

Paid-up Capital
Reserve Fund
Reserve Liability of Proprietors
Aggregate Assets
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6,150,000
8,780,000
£23,710,000

£ 1 07,525,11 5

Head Office: SYDNEY, NEW SOUTH WALES
A. C. DAVIDSON, General Manager

705 BRANCHES and AGENCIES in the Australian States, New Zealand, Fiji, Papua,
Mandated Territory of New Guinea and London. The Bank transacts every descrip­
tion of Australasian Banking Business. Wool and other Produce Credits arranged.


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London (England) Office:
29, THREADNEEDLE STREET, E. C. 2


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B. T. MORAN
INC.

BANK

SERVICES

AND

SYSTEMS

400 North Michigan Avenue
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS

Moran Customers Plan for Securing and Building Savings Accounts
Moran System of Accrual Accounting and Audit Control
General Bank Advertising and Advertising Counsel
7/Fact Finder^ Central and Sales File
Metered Service Charges
Direct Mail Advertising
^Multiservice^ One Day Interest Tables
Trust Advertising Booklets and Folders
Blotters — Dime Savers — Wallets

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in Whnl e or in

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Head Office: 71, LOMBARD STREET, LONDON, E.C.3
The Bank has over 1,900 Offices in England and Wales,
and others in India and Burma.
(30tH June 1932)

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£336,690,325
£154,509,330

The Bank has Agents and Correspondents in all parts of the world
and undertakes Overseas business of all kinds.
The Agency of Colonial and Foreign Banks is also undertaken and
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THE BUYER'S GUIDE
ACCOUNTING SYSTEMS

UNIT ACCOUNTING
GILMAN FANFOLD CORPORATION, LTD.

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176 pages of standards, instructions and photographs in booklet form dealing
with form design and system building, form printing and the paper used
in forms will be sent that individual in your bank who has charge of
such work. This material and our designing service are offered with no
obligation or charge.

GILMAN FANFOLD CORPORATION, Ltd.
NIAGARA FALLS, N. Y.

BAG, SEALS—SEE SEALS, BAG
BANKS, HOME SAVINGS

All Types of HOME and
POCKET SAVINGS BANKS
PRICES AND QUALITY RIGHT
We manufacture from the raw material
CATALOG AND SAMPLES ON REQUEST

INTEREST

TABLES

ON

BLOTTERS

CAMPAIGNS FOR NEW ACCOUNTS

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SUCCESSORS

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BANKERS

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CO.

CHICAGO, U. S. A.

BLINDS, VENETIAN

SOUTHERN VENETIAN BLIND CO.
Manufacturers of

SOUTHERN VENETIAN BUNDS
811 N. F. First Avenue

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Distributors of
Domestic and Imported
Denetian Blind LADDER
TAPE and CORD.

ELECTRIC CLOCKS

Changing Ads

NEON AD CLOCK

Telechron Motored

A DIGNIFIED AGGRESSIVE DEPOSITOR CONTACT

Mr. Banker:
YOU USE EXPENSIVE SIGNS, clocks, literature, etc. intended to impress
your customers with your stability, courtesy and service.
YOU URGE DEPOSITORS TO SAVE, to invest, to insure, and to consult
you, and you act the big brother to them.
THE NEON AD CLOCK politely and with dignity and force,
addresses your depositors. First one ad, then another, and another, halts
them, holds them, and talks to them. Write Now for particulars.

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THE

BUYER’S

GUIDE

ENVELOPES

High Quality Envelopes

ST. PAUL
HARTFORD
CLEVELAND

SEALS, BAG

THE PORTER SAFETY SEAL

the seal that seals

PORTER SAFETY SEAL CO., 265 N. California Ave., CHICAGO
MISCELLANEOUS

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THE ELECTRIC TOWEL
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Detroit, Mich.

Fort Wayne Printing Co.
FORT WAYNE, INDIANA

BANK STATIONERS
Printers ::

Lithographers

OFFICE SUPPLIES

BLANK BOOKS

RATES OF POSTAGE
DOMESTIC
CLASS
ARTICLES
POSTAGE RATES
EXTRA SERVICE
1
PRIVATE MAILING CARDS (written or 1 cent each. (Letters, sealed and unsealed, May be Registered.
printed)__________ ____ _____ _______
1
Postal Cards............ ......................................... 1 cent each__
2
Newspapers and Magazines (transient)______ 1 cent each 2 oz. or fraction—Limit 8 May be Registered.
ounces. Over 8 ounces, parcel post___
3
Merchandise and Printed Matter..................... 1H cents for each 2 ounces or fraction to May be Registered or Insured or Sent C. 0. D.
Except that----8 ounces inclusive
3
Books, Catalogues (24 pages or more), Seeds, 1 cent for each 2 ounces or fraction to 8 May be Registered or Insured or Sent C. 0. D.
Scions, Bulbs, Roots and Plants are____ _
ounces inclusive
4
Merchandise, Printed Matter, Books, Cata­ Zone or pound rates and conditions apply.. May be Insured, sent C. O. D., “Special Handling” +
logues, Seeds, Etc., weighing more than 8
same as first class and Special Delivery.
ounces to 70 pounds____ __ ___
5
Air Mail—First class only
Air Mail-8 cents for first ounce. 13c each additional ounce.
Fees on mall are in addition to the postage and are prepaid in the same manner. Mail closed against inspection, unless specially authorized, is subject to
the first class rate. Mail of the Second, Third and Fourth classes with impermissible written additions or which contain correspondence is also subject to the
first class rate of postage.

TABLE SHOWING RATES OF PARCEL POSTAGE EFFECTIVE OCT. 1, 1932
1st zone
Weight

Local
rate

Zone
rate

2d
zone
rate

3d
zone
rate

4th
zone
rate

5th
zone
rate

6th
zone
rate

7th
zone
rate

8th
zone
rate

1st pound............ ..................................
$0.07
$0.08
$0.08
$0.09
$0.10
$0.11
$0.12
$0.15
$0.14
Each additional pound, lb..........................
0.01*
0.011
0.011
0.035
0.02
0.053
0.07
0.09
0.11
*Each additional 2 lbs. Limit of weight 70 lbs. Greatest dimensions 100 inches length and girth combined. Parcels between 84 and 100 in. and weighing
less than 10 lbs. take the 10 lb. rate to all zones.

DOMESTIC MONEY ORDER BUSINESS

The printed application form must be used when applying for a money order. The applicant must write his or her own given name and surname in full,
and given name of the payee must be stated in full if known, otherwise initials may be used. The given name of married women must be used and not that of
their husbands. Names of places, streets, and numbers should be written in plainest manner possible.
A money order can not be made payable to more than one person or firm.

SPECIAL DELIVERY

MONEY ORDERS

(2 pounds or less________ 10c
FIRST CLASS ■< Over 2, not over 10 pounds 20c
(.Over 10 pounds............... 25c
OTHER
CLASSES

(2 pounds or less............... 15c
< Over 2, not over 10 pounds 25c
(. Over 10 pounds................ 35c

“Special Delivery” must be so endorsed.
Special Delivery includes Special Handling.

( 2 pounds or less________ 10c
■< Over 2, not over 10 pounds 15c
(. Over 10 pounds
.......... 20c

“Special Handling” must be so endorsed.

REGISTRY

Indemnity not exceeding $ 5.00.
J.15
Indemnity not exceeding 25.00....................... 18
Indemnity not exceeding 50.00....................... 20
Indemnity not exceeding 75.00..............
.25
Indemnity not exceeding 100.00....................... 30
Indemnity not exceeding 200.00....................... 40
Indemnity not exceeding 300.00....................... 50
Indemnity not exceeding 400.00....................... 60
Indemnity not exceeding 500.00....................... 70
Indemnity not exceeding 600.00....................... 80
Indemnity not exceeding 700.00.................. .85
Indemnity not exceeding 800.00....................... 90
Indemnity not exceeding 900.00....................95
Indemnity not exceeding 1000.00.................. 1.00
Fee for return receipt 3 cents extra.

6c
8c
lie
13c
15c
18c
20c
22c

INSURANCE

SPECIAL HANDLING
FOURTH
CLASS

Not exceeding $
2.50................. ..............
Not exceeding
5.00................. ..............
Not exceeding
10.00..................... ..............
Not exceeding
20.00................. ..............
Not exceeding
40.00.................. ..............
Not exceeding
60.00.................. ..............
Not exceeding
80.00.................. ..............
Not exceeding 100.00.................. ..............

Indemnity not exceeding $ 5.00.
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5c
Indemnity not exceeding 25.00................
10c
Indemnity not exceeding 50.00.................. 15c
Indemnity not exceeding 100.00.................. 25c
Indemnity not exceeding 150.00________ 30c
Indemnity not exceeding 200.00________ 35c
Fee for return receipt 3 cents extra.

C. O. D.

Not exceeding $ 5.00...........
12c
Not exceeding 25.00................................. 17c
Not exceeding
50.00.........
22c
Not exceeding 100.00________
32c
Not exceeding 150.00____________ ”
40c
Not exceeding 200.00
45c

FOREIGN POSTAL TABLE
The rate of postage upon letters to foreign countries is five cents for the first ounce or fraction of an ounce, and three cents for each additional ounce or
fraction of an ounce, excepting the following named countries. Where letter rate is 5 cents for first ounce the postal card rate is 3 cents for single and 6 cents
for double cards. To these countries and places letters may be sent at the rate of three cents an ounce or fraction thereof.
Argentina
Colombia
Ecuador
Mexico
Peru
Spain and Colonies
Brazil3
Cuba RiCa
Hafti0mala
Nicaragua
Republic of Panama
Uruguay
Chile
Honduras (Rep.)
Paraguay
Salvador
Venezuela
Dominican Republic
Therateson other than letters to all foreign countries are: Single postal cards 2 cents; double postal cards 4 cents to Argentine, Bolivia, Brazil, Canada(3c ner
ounce), Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Guatemala, Haiti, Republic Honduras, Mexico, Newfoundland (3c per ounce). Nicaragua.
Panama, Paraguay, Peru, El Salvador, Spain, Uruguay, Venezuela. Single costal cards, each, 2 cents double postal cards, each. 4 cents newspaper and other printed
matter, for each two ounces orfraction thereof, 1 ^ cents. Commercial Papers.—Packets not in excess of 10 oz., 5 cents; packets in excess of 10 oz., for each 2 oz
or fraction thereof additional, 1^ cents Samplesof Merchandise—Packets notin excess of 4oz., 2 cents; packetsin excess of 4 oz.,for each2 oz. orfraction
a(1 tji„ c,ents- , Merchandise sent on order or as a gift must be sent by Parcel Post (note below) or is subject to letter postage, which must be fully
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on letters or other articles, 15 cents. Foreign mail should be fully prepaid, as double the amount of deficient nostage is collected
before delivery in countries of destination All other mailable matter must be prepaid at least partially. Limit of weight for printed matter, 4 lbs., 6 oz
To the following countries the limit is 8 lbs., 12 oz.: Argentina, Balearic Islands, Bolivia, Brazil, Canary Islands, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba'
Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Niaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Salvador, Spain, Uruguay Venezuela
ri
^e1!*11 9? single-volume books is 6 lbs ,9 oz., except to Cuba, Mexico, Panama and Salvador, where there is no limit. To Argentina, Balearic
Islands, Bolivia, Brazil, Canada, Canary Islands, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica. Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Guatemala, Honduras, Newfoundland, Paraguay, Peru, Spain, Uruguay, the limit of weight is 11 lbs.

1st CLASS—FOREIGN AIR MAILS TO FOLLOWING COUNTRIES
Costa Rica, Honduras (Rep.), Managua, Nicaragua, El Salvador, Guatemala. British Honduras. Cuba. Mexico. Argentine, Bolivia. Canal Zone Chile
Colombia, Ecuador, Jamaica. Panama, Paraguay, Peru and Uruguay, Brazil. Barbados, British Virgin Islands, Dominican Republic, Guadeloupe Guiana
Haiti, Leeward and Windward Islands, Martinique, Porto Rico, Saba, St. Eustatius, St. Martin, Tobago, Trinidad and U. S. Virgin Islands Venezuela air mail
rate to Canada and Newfoundland 6c first ounce 10c each additional ounce.
u aim u. o. ¥ irgm iMduos, v entzueia, air mail

FOREIGN PARCEL POST RATES
Fourteen cents per pound or fractions thereof. To inland countries there is an additional transit rate. Parcels may be registered to certain countries
♦
p9unds ls the limit to foreign points, named In United States Postal Guide except; the limit of weight on Foreign Parcel Post is twenty-two pounds
J?hitbe
Twf116n“7 £eir Possessions: Abyssinia, Albania, Algeria, Bahamas, Barbados, Bermuda, Brazil, British Guiana, Bulgaria BoliviA
China, Colombia, Chile. Costa Rica. Cuba Denmark, Dominican Republic, Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Greenland, Haiti. Honduras Hungary’
Iceland, Italy (certain offices only), Memel, Monaco, Netherlands, Nicaragua. Norway, Palestine, Paraguay, Peru, Poland Roumania Russia Sweden’
Syria, Uruguay, Yugoslavia. Forty-four pounds to Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Belgium, Hungary. Liechenstein, Czecho-Slovakia, Luxemburg6and
Fifteen pouncDto Canada’ and Newfoundland113’ Finland’ Guatemala- Latvla- Lithuania, Mexico, Danzig. Fifty pounds to Panama and Shanghai, China;
countriesParCel P°St sMpments t0 Salyador. Peru. Guatemala, Cuba, and Chile must be accompanied by an invoice vised at the nearest consulate of the respective
Limited to three and one-half feet in length and to six feet in length and girth combined. Please note, however, that there are certain countries to which
PhowingScontontsband valueParCel P°St' Y°Ur 100311)081 °fflCe sh0uld b° consuIted- Special delivery 20 cents additional. All countries, requRe declaration
Indt^cwlmmi^ita^y niay be^nsured1116111 Ireland’ Netherlands. Austria, Portugal, Irish Free State, Hungary, Norway. Azores, Canada, Cape Verde, Ecuador,
Parcel post packages to the following countries must be sealed;
Albania, Algeria, Argentine, Bolivia, Brazil, Bulgaria, Cape Verde Islands, Ceylon, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic Dutch East Indies
Ecuador, Egypt, Egyptian Sudan, Esthonia, Finland, France, French Equatorial Africa, French Guiana, Great Britain (insured) Greece Guatemala Haiti'
Honduras, Iraq, Ireland, Northern (insured), Irish Free State (insured), Lithuania, Macao, Mexico, Netherlands (insured and registered) Nicaragua Palestine’
Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Portugal (Insured and registered), Salvador, Switzerland, Spain, Union of Socialistic Soviet Republics. Uruguay, Venezuela Persia’
>,^^?i1mldeSiWklck,ibaveijra^ded
Pan-American parcel post convention of Mexico to which the oostage rate or 18 cents for first pound and 12 cents for
IpfSn? bSS ffimblaPilnd CostfRica113’
’ Dominlcan Republic- Ecuador- Guatemala, Honduras. Rep. of Mexico,PanaiL.K
To all the other Pan-American countries the postage rate is 14 cents per pound.

INTERNATIONAL MONEY ORDERS

C. O. D. parcels may be sent to Mexico.

Money order can be Issued between the United States and fifty-eight countries, rates differing and subject to change.
Not over_82.50._-..-. 6c


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RATES FOR EXPRESS MONEY ORDERS
Over $10.00 to $20.00... 12c

See your Postmaster for latest rates.

Over $60.00 to $ 80.00.—20c

BANKERS' ASSOCIATIONS. 1933
INDIANA BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President, W. A. Collings, cashier First National Bank, Crawfordsville, Ind.
Vice-President, Felix M. McWhirter, president Peoples State Bank, Indian­
apolis.
Secretary, Forba McDaniel, 1308 Circle Tower, Indianapolis.
Treasurer, Oscar Lamble, assistant cashier Old National Bank, Evansville.

AMERICAN BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President, Francis H. Sisson, vice-president Guaranty Trust Co., New York.
First Vice-President, Francis Marion Law, president First National Bank,
Houston, Texas.
Second Vice-President, Rudolph S. Hecht-, president Hibernia Bank &
Trust Co., New Orleans, La.
Treasurer, P. D. Houston, chairman of board American National Bank,
Nashville, Tenn.
Executive Manager, F. N. Shepherd, 22 East 40th St., New York City.
General Counsel, Thomas B. Paton, 22 East 40th St., New York City.
Deputy Managers: W. Espey Albig. Savings Division, Commerce and
Marine Commission: James E. Baum, Protective Department, Insurance
Committee; Edgar E. Mountjoy, National Bank Division; Henry E.
Sargent, Trust Division; Frank W. Simmonds, State Bank Division,
Bank Management Commission, State Secretaries Section.
Secretaries: J. Raymond Dunkerley, Executive manager; R. W. Hill,
American Institute of Banking Section Public Education Commission.
Branch Office, 708 Colorado Bldg., Washington, D. C.
ALABAMA BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President. J. B. Barnett, president Monroe County Bank, Monroeville, Ala.
First Vice President, J. S. Wittmeier, president First National Bank, Oneonta.
Second Vice-President, Walter E. Henley, president Birmingham Trust &
Savings Co., Birmingham.
Secretary and Treasurer, M. A. Vincentelli, president Alabama National
Bank, Montgomery.
ARIZONA BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President, W. O. Weiss, vice-president Phoenix National Bank, Phoenix.
Vice-President, P. M. Clarke, president United Bank & Trust Co., Tucson.
Secretary, Morris Goldwater, P. O. Box 272, Prescott.
Treasurer, M. B. Hazeltine, president Bank of Arizona, Prescott.
ARKANSAS BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President, Storm O. Whaley, cashier Bank of Bentonville, Bentonville.
Vice-President, Thos. C. McRae, president Bank of Prescott, Prescott.
Secretary, Robt. E. Wait, 923 Southern Bldg., Little Rock.
Treasurer, Geo. S. Neal, president Bank of Russellville, Russellville.
CALIFORNIA BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President, J. F. Sullivan, Jr., vice-president Crocker First National Bank,
San Francisco.
Vice-President, W. A. Kennedy, president First National Bank, Pomona.
Secretary, Andrew Miller, 632 Mills Bldg., San Francisco, Calif.
Treasurer, I. W. Heilman, vice-president Wells Fargo Bank & Union Trust
Co.. San Francisco.
CANADIAN BANKERS' ASSOCIATION
President, J. A. McLeod, general manager The Bank of Nova Scotia,Toronto.
Vice-President, S. H. Logan, general manager The Canadian Bank of Com­
merce, Toronto.
Vice-President, M. W. Wilson, general manager The Royal Bank of Canada,
Montreal.
Vice-President, H. B. Henwood, general manager The Bank of Toronto,
Toronto.
Vice-President, Jackson Dodds, general manager Bank of Montreal,
Montreal.
Secretary-Treasurer, Henry T. Ross, Toronto General Trusts Bldg.,Toronto.
COLORADO BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President, W. F. Rogers, vice-president First National Bank, Denver.
Vice-President, W. K. Dudley, vice-president and cashier Pueblo Savings
& Trust Co., Pueblo.
Secretary, L. F. Scarboro, publisher Mountain States Banker, Denver.
Treasurer, A. B. Barney, assistant cashier, Colorado Springs National
Bank.
CONNECTICUT BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President, Robert D. Goddard, vice-president Bridgeport-City Trust Co.,
Bridgeport.
Vice-President, Warren M. Crawford, cashier First National Bank & Trust
Co., New Haven.
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Secretary, Charles E. Hoyt, secretary and treasurer South Norwalk Trust
Company, South Norwalk.
Treasurer John H. Brooks, treasurer Brooks Bank & Trust Co., Tarrington.
DELAWARE BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President. Daniel Hirsch, president First National Bank & Trust Co.,
Milford.
Vice-President, C. M. Sheward, vice-president Wilmington Trust Co.,
Wilmington.
Secretary and Treasurer, Warren K. Ayres, assistant treasurer Wilmington
Trust Company, Wilmington.
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President, C. H. Pope, vice-president and treasurer Munsey Trust Co.,
Washington.
Vice-President, George O. Vass, vice-president and cashier Riggs National
Bank, Washington.
Second Vice-President, Frederick P. H. Siddons, secretary American
Security & Trust Co., Washington.
Secretary, Charles H. Doing, vice-president Washington Loan & Trust Co.,
Washington.
Treasurer, A. S. Gatley, executive vice-president Lincoln National Bank,
Washington.
FLORIDA BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President, S. D. Clarke, president Farmers & Merchants Bank, Monticello.
Vice-President, W. A. Redding, vice-president Florida National Bank,
Jacksonville.
Secretary and Treasurer, W. O. Boozer, vice-president and trust officer,
Atlantic National Bank, Jacksonville.
GEORGIA BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President, W. S. Elliott, vice-president and cashier Bank of Canton, Canton.
Vice-President, W. N. Harrison, vice-president and cashier First National
Bank, Lavonia.
Secretary, Haynes McFadden, 1204 Atlanta National Bldg., Atlanta.
Treasurer, J. B. Dodd, executive vice-president Griffin Banking Co., Griffin.
General Counsel, Orville A. Park, Macon.
COUNTRY BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION OF GEORGIA
President, R. F. Fowler, cashier Citizens Bank, Warrenton.
First Vice-President, W. S. Elliott, vice-president Bank of Canton, Canton.
Second Vice-President, S. O. Fielder, president Bank of Villa Rica, Villa
Rica.
Secretary and Treasurer, Fritz R. Jones, 406 Ten Forsyth St. Bldg., Atlanta.
General Counsel, Alex. W. Smith, Jr., Grant Building, Atlanta.
IDAHO BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President, Geo. J. McGonigal, cashier Power County Bank, American Falls.
Vice-President, B. C. Barbor, vice-president Craigmont State Bank,
Craigmont.
Secretary, E. W. Porter, Boise.
Treasurer, A. G. Campbell, assistant cashier First National Bank of Idaho,
Boise.
ILLINOIS BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President, Paul E. Zimmermann, vice-chairman of Board Oak Park Trust
& Savings Bank, Oak Park.
Vice-President, J. E. Mitchell, vice-president and cashier First National
Bank, Carbondale.
Executive Vice-President, M. A. Graettinger, 33 N. La Salle, Illinois Bankers
Association, Chicago.
Secretary, O. S. Jennings, 33 N. La Salle, Illinois Bankers Association,
Chicago.
Treasurer, T. S. Robinson, assistant cashier Continental Illinois National
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IOWA BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President, Fred J. Figge, president Ossian State Bank, Ossian.
Vice-President, Robert W. Turner, president City National Bank, Council
Bluffs.
Secretary, Frank Warner, 430 Liberty Bldg., Des Moines.
Treasurer, B. D. Helscher, vice-president Keokuk County State Bank,
Sigourney.
KANSAS BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President, W. A. Hayes, president Farmers & Merchants State Bank,
La Crosse.
Vice-President, J. R. Geis, president Farmers National Bank, Salina.
Executive Vice-President W. W. Bowman, Topeka.
Secretary. Fred M. Bowman, Topeka.
Assistant Secretary, Eleanor J. Woodburn, Topeka.
Treasurer, Ellis W. Carr, president First National Bank, Wellington.
KENTUCKY BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President, J. D. Russell, president First Owensboro Bank & Trust Co.,
Owensboro.
Secretary, Harry G. Smith, 306 McDowell Bldg., Louisville.
Treasurer, D. L. Bell, cashier Bedford Loan & Deposit Bank, Bedford.
LOUISIANA BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President, J. A. Spekenhier, president First State Bank & Trust Co.,
Bogaiusa.
Vice-President, James C. Bolton, vice-president Rapides Bank & Trust Co.,
Alexandria.
Secretary, G. R. Broussard, vice-president Bank of Abbeville & Trust Co.,
Abbeville.
Treasurer, E. E. Soulier, vice-president First National Bank, Lafayette.
MAINE BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President, E. H. Morison, treasurer Wilton Trust Co., Wilton.
Vice-President, E. E. McFarland, cashier Merchants National Bank, Bangor.
Vice-President, G. J. Wallingford, treasurer Lewiston Trust Co., Lewiston.
Secretary, E. S. Kennard, vice-president and cashier Rumford National
Bank, Rumford.
Treasurer Geo. C. Fernald, treasurer State Trust Co., Augusta.
MARYLAND BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President, J. A. Walton, president Annapolis Banking & Trust Co., Annapo­
lis.
Vice-President, Wm. B. Spiva, president Bank of Somerset, Princess Anne.
Secretary, James W. McElroy, vice-president First National Bank,
Baltimore.
Treasurer, William Marriott, vice-president and cashier Western National
Bank, Baltimore.
MASSACHUSETTS BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President, Wilmot R. Evans, president Boston Five Cent Savings Bank,
Boston.
Vice-President, Irving W. Cook, president First National Bank, New
Bedford.
Secretary, George W. Hyde, vice-president First National Bank, Boston.
Treasurer, J. H. Gifford, president Merchants National Bank, Salem.
MICHIGAN BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President, John C. Hicks, president St. Johns National Bank, St. Johns.
First Vice-President, Ralph Stone, Chairman of Board, Detroit Trust
Co., Detroit.
Second Vice-President, Herman C. Wagner, executive vice-president The
Hackley-Union National Bank, Muskegon.
Executive Manager, Kenneth M. Burns, 1618 Ford Bldg., Detroit.
Treasurer, B. P. Taggart, vice-president and cashier Citizens Trust &
Savings Bank, Sturgis.
General Counsel. William B. Cudlip, 3000 Union Guardian Bldg., Detroit.
MINNESOTA BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President, M. F. Ernst, vice-president Midway National Bank, St. Paul.
Vice-President, Wm. Duncan, Jr., vice-president First National Bank &
Trust Co., Mankato.
Secretary, George Susens, 718 National Building, Minneapolis.
Asst. Secretary, Vida R. Richards, 718 National Bldg., Minneapolis.
Treasurer, Dan J. Fouquette, president St. Cloud State Bank, St. Cloud.
MISSISSIPPI BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President, G. M. McWilliams, vice-president Citizens Bank. Hattiesburg.
Vice-President, M. Gerald Burrow, president Planters Bank, Tunica.
Secretary, George B. Power, Capital National Bank Bldg., Jackson.
MISSOURI BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President, M. E. Holderness, vice-president First National Bank in St. Louis,
St. Louis.
Vice-President, W. E. Carter, president Bank of Carthage, Carthage.
Secretary, W. F. Keyser, Sedalia.
Treasurer, W. W. Alexander, secretary Trenton Trust Co., Trenton.
Assistant Secretary, E. P. Neef, Sedalia.
MONTANA BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President, A. R. McDermott, vice-president Montana National Bank,
Billings.
Vice-President, B. N. Forbes, president National Bank of Lewistown,
Lewistown.
Secretary-Treasurer, R. E. Towle, managing director Federal Reserve
Bank, Helena.
NEBRASKA BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President, R. H. Barber, vice-president Bank of Paxton, Paxton.
Chairman Executive Council, H. A. Schneider, president Plattsmouth State
Bank, Plattsmouth.
Secretary, William B. Hughes, 420 Farnam Bldg., Omaha.
Treasurer, Chas. F. Brinkman, asst, vice-president. United States 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, Norman S. Bean, president Manchester National Bank and
Manchester Safety Deposit & Trust Co., Manchester.
Secretary, Harry L. Additon, president Merchants National Bank, ManTreasurer, R. E. Colby, cashier Littleton National Bank. Littleton.
NEW JERSEY BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President, Charles H. Plenty, vice-president Hackensack Trust Co., HackenVice-President, Carl K. Withers, trust officer First Mechanics National
Bank, Trenton.
Treasurer, J. S. Rippel, chairman of the Board Merchants & Newark
Trust Co., Newark.
Secretary, A. H. Coate, associate trust officer Burlington County Trust
Co., Moorestown.

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NEW MEXICO BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President, Arthur F. Jones, cashier First National Bank, Portales.
Vice-President, J. B. Bead, cashier First State Bank, Taos.
Exec. Secretary, Mrs. Margaret Barnes, 318 N. 6th St., Albuquerque.
Treasurer, A. E. Huntsinger, cashier Citizens State Bank, Vaughn.
NEW YORK STATE BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President, H. H. Griswold, president First National Bank & Trust Co..
Elmira.
Vice-President George V. McLaughlin, president Brooklyn Trust Co.,
Brooklyn.
Secretary, Clifford F. Post, 33 Liberty St., New York.
Treasurer, George E. Merrill, president Erie County Trust Co., East
Aurora.
Executive Manager, W. Gordon Brown, 33 Liberty St., New York.
SAVINGS BANKS ASSOCIATION OF THE STATE OF
.
NEW YORK
President, Henry R. Kinsey, vice-president Williamsburgh Savings Bank,
Brooklyn.
First Vice-President, Mills Ten Eyck, vice-president Schenectady Savings
Bank, Schenectady.
Second Vice-President, William L. De Bost, president Union Dime Savings
Bank, New York City.
Third Vice-President, William R. Bayes, president Kings Highway Savings
Bank, Brooklyn.
Fourth Vice-President, John A. Edwards, secretary Niagara County Sav­
ings Bank, Niagara Falls.
Fifth Vice-President, George W. Hulse, president Jefferson County Sav­
ings Bank, Watertown.
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, Robt. N. Page, president Page Trust Co., Aberdeen.
Vice-President, Forrest Eskridge, cashier First National Bank. Shelby.
Vice-President, Millard F. Jones, vice-president and cashier Planters
National Bank & Trust Co., Rocky Mount.
Vice-President, C. T. Leinbach, vice-president Wachovia Bank & Trust
Co., Winston Salem.
Secretary. Paul P. Brown, Raleigh.
Treasurer, R. E. Kerr, assistant vice-president American Trust Co.
Charlotte.
General Counsel. Willis Smitn, Raleigh.
NORTH DAKOTA BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President, T. A. Tollefson, cashier First National Bank, Dickinson.
Vice-President, D. R. Green, vice-president Red River National Bank &
Trust Co., Grand Forks.
Secretary, C. C. Wattam, 55
Broadway, Fargo.
Treasurer, R. H. Butterwick, cashier Dakota National Bank, Fargo.
OHIO BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President, Robert Q. Baker, chairman of board Coshocton National Bank
Coshocton.
Vice-President, Clark Will, vice-president Third National Bank, Circleville
Secretary, David M. Auch, Huntington Bank Bldg., Columbus.
Assistant Secretary. Rose W. Aebi, Huntington Bank Bldg., Columbus.
Assistant Secretary, Belford P.Atkinson, Huntington Bank Bldg., Columbus
Treasurer, B. S. Wellman, vice-president and trust officer kuntington
National Bank, Columbus.
OKLAHOMA BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President, Phil C. Kidd, president First National Bank, Norman.
Vice-President, W. N. Green, president Atoka State Bank, Atoka
Secretary. Eugene P. Gum, 907 Colcord Bldg., Oklahoma City
Assistant Secretary, G. Corbitt, 907 Colcord Bldg., Oklahoma City.
Treasurer, L. R. Gephart, vice-president El Reno State Bank, El Reno.
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OREGON BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President, F. E. Callister, vice-president First National Bank, Albany.
Vice-President, C. C. Colt, executive vice-president First National Bank
.Portland.
Treasurer, O. A. Houglum, cashier First National Bank, Eugene
Secretary, T. P. Cramer, Jr., 617 Lumbermens Bldg., Portland.
PENNSYLVANIA BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President O. Howard Wolfe, cashier Philadelphia National Bank.
Philadelphia.
Vice-President, Joseph F. Hill, cashier National Bank of Chester Countv
& Trust Co., West Chester.
Secretary, C. F. Zimmerman, president First National Bank, Huntingdon.
Treasurer D. C. W. Birmingham, president Hazlewood Savings & Trust
Co., Pittsburgh.
. RHODE ISLAND BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President, Elmer F. Seabury, vice-president Industrial Trust Co., Providence
Vice-President, Raymond H. Trott. vice-president Rhode Island Hospitai
Trust Co., Providence.
Secretaryj^Robert W. Upham, treasurer Peoples Savings Bank in Providence,
Treasurer, Shiriey Harrington, cashier Mechanics National Bank Provi­
dence.

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SOUTH CAROLINA BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President, A. E. Bird, president Atlantic National Bank and Citizens Sc
Southern Bank of South Carolina, Charleston.
Vice-President, Henry J. Winn, secretary and treasurer, Piedomnt Savings
& Trust Co., Greenville.
Secretary and Treasurer, Henry S. Johnson, 802 Central Union Bldg
Columbia.
Attorney, B. H. Moss, president Edisto National Bank, Orangeburg.
_
. SOUTH DAKOTA BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President, T. M Brisbine, cashier Sanborn County Bank, Woonsocket.
Vice-President, E R. Heaton, vice-president First Dakota National Bank
& Trust Co., Yankton.
Executive Manager and Treasurer, George A. Starring, 280 Dakota Ave.
Huron, S. Dak.

TENNESSEE BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President, Edward B. Maupin, cashier Peoples National Bank, Shelbyvtlle.
Vice-President, M. H. Irwin, president First National Bank, La Follette.
Vice-President,Thurman Smith, cashier Union Bank, Pulaski.
Vice-President, Sylvane Free, president Bank of Trenton & Trust Co..
Tronton.
Secretary and Treasurer, H. Grady Huddleston, 812 American Trust Bide
Nashville.
General Counsel. W. P. Cooper, 1211 Nashville Trust Bldg., Nashville.
T1
TEXAS BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President, Melvin Rouff, vice-president Houston National Bank, Houston.
Secretary, W. A. Philpott, Jr.. Dallas.
Treasurer, J. E. Woods, president, Teague National Bank, Teague.
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UTAH BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President, J. E. Halverson, president State Security Bank, Brigham.
Vice-President, H. E. Hemingway, president Commercial Security Bank
Ogden.
Vice-President, A. W. McKinnon, president Carbon-Emery Bank, Price.
Secretary and Treasurer, H. B. Crandall, vice-president First State Bank
Salma.
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VERMONT BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President, J. R. Leonard, cashier Brandon National Bank, Brandon
Vice-President, Fred A. Field, Jr., president Rutland Savings Bank, Rutland.
Secretary Clark E. Brigham, vice-president Merchants National Bank
Burlington.
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Treasurer, R. A. Bean, treasurer Centra] Savings Bank & Trust Co.. Orleans.
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VIRGINIA BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President S. W. Keys, cashier Bank of Glade Spring, Glade Spring.
Vice-President, S. H. Plummer Executive vice-president & Cashier First
National Bank, Newport News.
Secretary, C. W. Beerbower, assistant cashier First National Exchange Bank
Koanoke.
Assistant Secretary Miss Lillian Kendall, First & Merchants National
Bank, Richmond.
Treasurer, Thomas D. Neal. Scott & Stringfellow, Richmond.
Attorney, Thomas W. Ozlin, Ozlin and Ozlin, Attorneys, Kenbridge.
_ ..
, WASHINGTON BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President, J. W. Bradley, vice-president Old National Bank & Union Trust
Co., Spokane.
ViCeSeaPtStleent' Andrew Price’ President National Bank of Commerce.
Secretary, J. W. Brislawn, 810 Alaska Bldg., Seattle.
Trea|pokane A' Kimbrough’ vice-president Spokane & Eastern Trust Co.,
General Counsel, Wm. Hatch Davis, 1333 Dexter Horton Bldg., Spokane.
_ ... * WEST VIRGINIA BANKERS' ASSOCIATION
President L. F Haller, vice-president and cashier Citizens Mutual Trust
Co., Wheeling.
Vice-President, J. A. Sydenstricker, cashier First National Bank. Marlinton.
Secretary Homer Gebhardt, vice-president and trust officer First Huntington National Bank, Huntington, W. Va.
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Treasurer, Mason Crickard, vice-president Charleston National Bank
Charleston.
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WISCONSIN BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President, Leo. L. Lunenschoss, vice-president Security State Bank, Madison
W IS.

Vice-President, Robert B. Wood, president Adams County State Bank,
Adams.

Secretary, Wall G. Coapman, 717 Caswell Block, Milwaukee
Assistant Secretary, Lloyd E. Hull, 717 Caswell Block, Milwaukee.
Treasurer, John V. Berens, cashier First National Bank, Stevens Point.
_ ._ . „ WYOMING BANKERS’ ASSOCIATION
President, Geo. A. Bible, vice-president First National Bank, Rawlins.
Vice-President, B. H. McCarthy, president First State Bank, Gillette.
Secretary, Kathleen Snyder, Wyoming Trust Co., Casper.
Treasurer, G. C. Muirhead, president Stock Growers State Bank, Worland

ADDITIONAL BANKERS’

THE

ASSOCIATION

OF

ASSOCIATIONS

RESERVE

CITY

BANKERS

162 West Monroe St., Chicago
Officers
President, Harry S. Covington, executive vice-president Guardian National
Bank of Commerce, Detroit.
Vice-President, R. E. Harding, president Ft. Worth National Bank. Ft.
Worth.
Treasurer Joseph C. Williams, vice-president Commerce Trust Co., Kansas
City, Mo.
Secretary, Joseph J. Schroeder, 162 W. Monroe St., Chicago.

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Jo
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& Trust Co., Chicago.
Harris C. Kirk (1933) vice-president American Trust Co., San Francisco
HesheA. Thornton (1933) vice-president Bank of Commerce & Trust Co
Memphis.
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Alexander (1934) vice-president First National Bank, Denver
Plul R. Easterday (1934) vice-president First National Bank, Lincoln.
wHemingway (1934) vice-president Mercantile Commerce Bank &
Trust Co., St. Louis, Mo.
Henry C. Stevens (1934) vice-president Guaranty Trust Co., New York.

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

OFFICERS

DIRECTORS

President—

S- PELANO AMES, Maryland Trust Co., Baltimore
£• BURROWS, Irving Trust Co., New York
LEOPOLD A. CHAMBLISS, Fidelity Union Trust Co., Newark, N. J.
M. EASTMAN, State Street Trust Co., Boston
'IPL3 EASTON, The Northern Trust Co., Chicago
STEPHEN H. FIFIELD Barnett National Bank, Jacksonville, Fla.
£ •E5’ Birmingham Trust & Savings Co., Birmingham Ala
AIBS. BEATRICE E. KEMPFF, Fidelity-Philadelphia Trust Co., Philadelphia
DON KNOWLTON, Union Trust Co., Cleveland
JACOB KUSHNER, United States Trust Co., Paterson. N. J.
J- BLAKE LOWE, Equitable Trust Co., Baltimore
C. H. McMAHON, Detroit
P11PHPPS.P.P■ Bank of America, San Francisco
HENRY L. PARKER, Detroit Savings Bank, Detroit
ROBERT W. SPARKS, Bowery Savings Bank, New York City
G. L. SPRY, Huron & Erie Mortgage Corp., London, Canada

H. A. LYON, Advertising Manager, Bankers Trust Co., New York.
First Vice-President—

ALVACLMAXWELL, Vice-President Citizen & Southern National Bank
Second Vice-President—

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

FRANK FUCHS, Advertising Manager. First National Bank, St. Louis,.
Treasurer—

E. A. HINTZ, Chicago


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

BOARD OF GOVERNORS
1933
PRESIDENT

FRANK M. GORDON..............First Union Trust & Savings Bank............................................................................................................................. Chicago

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

VICE-PRESIDENTS

GEORGE W. BOVENIZER.... Kuhn, Loeb & Co............................................................................................................................................................. New York
JAMES H. DAGGETT............... Marshall & Ilsley Bank....................................................................................................................................................Milwaukee.
EDWARD HOPKINSON, JR...Drexel & Co......................................................................................................................................................................... Philadelphia
DONALD O'MELVENY............ Union Bank & Trust Co...................................................................................................................................................Los Angeles
O. T WILLIAMS.......................... C. T. Williams & Co.. Inc................................................................................................................................................Baltimore

SECRETARY
C. LONGFORD FELSKE............33 South Clark Street................................................................................................................................................... Chicago

TREASURER

CLOUD WAMPLER.

. Lawrence Stern and Company.....................................................................................................................................Chicago

GOVERNORS

J. AUGUSTUS BARNARD... .Dominick & Dominick.................................................................................................................................................... New York.
F. SEYMOUR BARR.................. Barr Brothers & Co., Inc.................................................................................................................................................^Tew *prk.
ROBERT E. CHRISTIE. JR...Dillon, Read & Co.............................................................................................................................................................New York
PIBRPONT V. DAVIS................The National City Co... .................................................................................................................................................New York
ALLAN M. POPE......................... First of Boston Corporation..........................................................................................................................................New York
FRANK L. SCHEFFEY............. Callaway, Fish & Co......................................................................................................................................................... New York.
WILLIAM T. BACON.................Bacon, Whipple & Co....................................................................................................................................................... Chicago
T. J. BRYCE....................................Continental Illinois Co..................................................................................................................................................... Chicago.
ROBERT A. GARDNER...........Mitchell, Hutchins & Co................................................................................................................................................. §£I/,C*F<? u,
HENRY HART..............................First Detroit Company, Inc...........................................................................................................................................Detroit
FRANCIS MOULTON.................R. H. Moulton & Co......................................................................................................................................................... Los Angeles.
E. GERALD HANSON............... Hanson Bros., Inc.............................................................................................................................................................. Montreal.
LEWIS B. WILLIAMS............... Hayden. Miller & Co........................................................................................................................................................Cleveland.
JOHN R. LONGMIRE............... I. M. Simon & Co.............................................................................................................................................................. ft- L°u.is
HARRY F. STIX...........................Stix & Co............................................................................................................................................................................... St. Louis.
JOHN C. LEGG, JR.................... Mackubin, Goodrich & Co..................................................
Baltimore
JOHN R. CHAPIN.......................Kidder, Peabody & Co..................................................................................................................................................... Boston.
ALBERT P. EVERTS................. Paine, Webber & Company............................................................................................................................................go®ton
A. E. SCHWABACHER............. Schwabacher & Co............................................................................................................................................................. San P rancisco
GEORGE H. NUSLOCH........... Hibernia Securities Company, Inc.............................................................................................................................. New Orleans
CLAUDE G. RIVES, JR.........Whitney Trust & Savings Bank.................. ...............................................................................................................New Orleans.
JOHN J. ROWE............................First Investment and Securities Corporation......................................................................................................... Cincinnati
OTHO C. SNIDER....................... Prescott, Wright, Snider Co........................................................................................................................................... a ??,as CIty
GEORGE P. HARDGROVE. . .Ferris & Hardgrove.......................................................................................................................................................... Seattle
KENELM WINSLOW, JR......... Seattle Company............................................................................................................................................................... Seattle
CHARLES B. ENGLE................ International Co. of Denver.......................................................................................................................................... Lienver.
ALMON A. GREENMAN......... First Securities Corporation of Minnesota.............................................................................................................. ft. Paul
HARRY B. WAGNER.................First Securities Corp......................................................................................................................................................... ....
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APPOINTED OFFICERS AND COUNSEL

OFFICE COUNSEL

EDUCATIONAL DIRECTOR

THEODORE S. CHAPMAN, Ill West Monroe 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, 69 W. Washington St.. Chicago

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

OFFICERS
Research Director—
FREAS B. SNYDER, Upper Darby. Pa.
Secretary-Treasurer—
ALEXANDER WALL, Lansdowne, Pa.

President—
CHARLES H. DAHMER, Fifth Avenue Bank, New York, N. Y.
First Vice-President—
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CHESTER A. RUDE, Security-First National Bank, Los Angeles, Calif.
Second Vice-President—
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EDWARD M. TOURTELOT, First National Bank, Chicago, HI.

DIRECTORS
B. F. BARNETT, First National Bank & Trust Co., Tulsa, Okla. (1934)
B. FRANK DEW, State-Planters Bank & Trust Co., Richmond, Va. (1934)
CHARLES C. KIMBALL, Merchants National Bank, Boston, Mass. (1934)
THOMAS F. REGAN, Canal Bank & Trust Co., New Orleans, La. (1934)
M. RAYMOND RILEY, Brown Bros., Harriman & Co., New York. N. Y.
(1934)

J. W. DURRETT, First National Bank, Chattanooga, Tenn. (1933)
GEORGE S. ECCLES, First National Bank, Ogden, Utah. (1933)
ELLIOT J. GIFFORD, First National Bank, St. Paul, Minn. (1933)
GEORGE C. LENNOX, First National Bank & Trust Co., Rochester,
N.Y. (1933)
ALBERT WAGENFUEHR, Boatmens National Bank, St. Louis, Mo.
(1933)

MORRIS PLAN BANKERS ASSOCIATION
President—
J. RODNEY BALL, Lawrence, Mass.
First Vice-President—
GEORGE C. TOEL, St. Joseph, Mo.
J. Rodney Ball, Chairman, Lawrence, Mass.
Arthur A. Blumeyer, St. Louis, Mo.
Robert O. Bonnell, Baltimore, Md.
Frank J. Braun, Springfield, Ohio
J. Rodney Ball, Chairman, Lawrence, Mass.
*A. C. Armstrong, Duluth, Minn.
Philip E. Bessom, Lynn, Mass.
Arthur A. Blumeyer, St. Louis, Mo.
Robert O. Bonnell, Baltimore, Md.
Frank J. Braun, Springfield, Ohio
H. Ellsworth Brown, Bridgeport, Conn.
F. A. Collman, San Francisco, Calif.
Thomas Coughlin, Cleveland, Ohio
♦J. R. Fain, Winston-Salem, N. C.
♦B. M. Gessel, Tulsa, Okla.
Howard E. Gladding, Providence, R. I.
J. Frederick Greene, Kansas City, Mo.
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Second Vice-President—
HARRY E. SMALL, Cleveland, Ohio
S ecretary-Treasurer—
GEO. M. CLARK, 421 Statler Bldg., Boston, Mass.
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
Howard E. Gladding, Providence, R. I.
Ralph H. Riddleberger, New York, N. Y.
Glenn F. Turnbull, Detroit, Mich.
Ralph W. Pitman, Philadelphia, Pa.
BOARD OF GOVERNORS
Wm. Jenkins, Youngstown, Ohio
Ralph W. Pitman, Philadelphia, Pa.
Frank L. Rawson, Portland, Me.
*M. S. Richardson, Akron, Ohio
Ralph H. Riddleberger, New York, N. Y.
♦Frank Ross, Wilmington, N. C.
Russell C. Sayre, Springfield, Mass.
George C. Toel, St. Joseph, Mo.
Luther H. Tucker, Albany, N. Y.
Glenn F. Turnbull, Detroit, Mich.
F. Earl Wallace, Boston, Mass.
Philip Woolcott, Richmond, Va.

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IS ANY BANK?
'T'HIS Directory shows the
money size of every bank in
the United States.
Certain banks are big in serv­
ice and readiness to serve, in
addition to their size in money.
One good test of this kind of
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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 8an 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. Worth, 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 1887, TO DATE
YEAR

lMT
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
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1920*
1921
1922
1923
1924
1925
1926
1927
1928
1929
1930
1931
1932

JAN.

FEB.

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14
T
26
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28
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W
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31 91
M
6 96
M
12 102
W
23 82
T
28 59
W
27 86
T
27 86
W
25 84

F
25 78
F
30 80

S
28 79

T
20 68
Th
7 69
W
5 68
M
30 77
M
15 61
W
9 92
T
6 89
F
25 88

M
20 59
Th
14 90

50

SEP.

M
30 80

M
18 73

67

Th
18 58
F
4 59
W
4
Th
4
T
7
M
5
M
4
T
4

T
13 84

F
12 60
F
18 62
Th
9 66
T
12 56
W
12 69
W
18 75
Th
11 65
T
14 68
F
23 70
Th
14 70

T
9 61
Th
9 73

W
28 82

T
20 77
T
4 70

AUG.
M
1 80

M
15 82
W
16 77

T
29 57
T
7 59

M
31 76
S
7 58

JULY

M
29 76

F
22 55
F
14 73
F
5 70

MAY JUNE
F
13 70
S
30 61
M
13 76
S
17 78
M
4 67
T
17 77
Th
4 59
F
4 65
T
7 63
Th
7 69
F
14 66
Th
5 76
F
30 86
F
29 64

T
4 78
Th
22 94
W
15 62

VV
23 56
Th
30 93
W
7 92
F
14 57
W
4 61
T
30 118
W
23 53
F
30 60
W
20 50
S
29 50
M
30 49
W
30 57
Th
30 63
F
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 1
T
30 97
Th30 182

W
23 70
W
1 70
Th
1 62
F
1 86
W
4 82
S
9

66
S
12 74
Th
2 71
T
12 74
T
11 83

S
31 63
F
12
W
8
T
6
F
15
F
14

74
70
68
77
76

M
28 90

W
24 86
T
29 91
F
30 92

OCT. NOV. DEC.
W
W
5 65
7 63
Th
W
4 96
12 69
W
11 72
Th
F
2 76
19 78
W
2 68
F
9 70
T
T
3 83
19 77
T
W
2 76
19 78
F
13 76
T
Th
6 84
17 72
T
W
5 74
15 71
Th
1 72
S
2 86
Th
13 99
T
10 71
T
25 71
T
17 69
Th
10 65
Th
9 76
M
12 69
T
3 103
F
27 65
T
16 76
Th
10 70
T
5 95
T
26 83
T
21 73
Th
S
31 61
31 49
F
W
10 69 31 51
W
F
17 66 27 40
M
T
20 70 31 41
T
F
1 62 31 60
W
M
17 66 31 44
W
M
15 68 29 44
S
31 116
F
29 105
M
31 108
W
F
31 82
10 102
Th
31 94
F
31 184
S
M
31 82
10 102
M
W
31 89
3
95
T
F
31 88
4 97
W
31 98
Th
31 93
S
31- 92

DATES

CALLS

10
5
4
17
11
7
8
1
9
8
4
10
6
9
6
2
6
5
3
5
2
3
5
2
5
5
4
10
9
24
20
225

1
2
3
4
5
6
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

35
52
42
32
44
20

on
“
“
“
“
“

Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday

Total, 225

(First Figures In Square denote day of month call was made.
KEY< Other Figures In Square show number of days intervening between calls.
(LETTERS in Square signify day of week call was made.

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ADDITIONAL BANKERS ASSOCIATIONS—Continued

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

OFFICERS
President, Sylvanus B. Nye, Nye Mortgage Corporation, Buffalo, N. Y.
Immediate Past President, Hiram S. Cody, Cody Realty and Mortgage Co.,
Asheville, N. C.
Vice-President, Thomas P. Clark, Thomas F. Clark Co., New Haven, Conn.
Vice-President, L. A. McLean, Southern Trust Co., Louisville, Ky.

Vice-President, RichardIG. Lambrecht, Lambrecht, Kelly Co., Detroit.
Mich.
Vice-President, W. A. Clarke, First Mortgage Co. of Philadelphia, Phila­
delphia, Pa.
General Counsel, F. M. Bass, Nashville, Tenn.

BOARD OF GOVERNORS (1932-1933)
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, 509 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.
W. Walter Williams, Continental Mortgage and Loan Company, Seattle,
Wash.
James W. Collins, Tracy Loan and Trust Company, Salt Lake City. Utah
E. E. Murrey, Nashville-American Trust Company, Nashville, Tenn.
R S. Beachy, First Mortgage Investment Co., Kansas City, Mo.
Frank C. Evans, Evans, Devore & Co., Crawfordsville, Ind.

Wm. H. McNeal, New York Title and Mortgage Company, New York City
F. C. Waples. Midland Mortgage Company, Cedar Rapids. Iowa
Byron V. Kanaley, Cooper. Kanaley and Company, Chicago, Ill.
Elmer A. Dittmar, Mahan-Dittmar Company, San Antonio, Texas.
Ervin Jackson, Jackson Securities & investment Co., Birmingham, Ala.
C. W. Kistler, Federal Bond & Mortgage Co,. Miami, Fla.
A. Y. Creager, A. Y. Creager Co., Sherman, Tex.
.1. B. Sleeper, Pioneer Mortgage Co., Topeka, Kan.
Harry Lee Martin, Pacific Mortgage Guaranty Co., Los Angeles, Calif.
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.

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

Chairman Permanent Organization Committee

General Secretary-Treasurer

Janies S. Peters
Vice-President Bank of Manchester
Manchester, Ga.

F. B. Jones
406 Ten Forsyth St. Bldg.
Atlanta. Ga.

STATE BANK OFFICIALS AND EXAMINERS, 1933
State

Name

Address

Ala.. . .

.H. H. Montgomery, Supt. of Banks............. Montgomery.
J. H. Williams, Deputy Supt. of Banks... .Montgomery.
W. B. Henley. Member of Banking Board. Birmingham.
J. B. Barnett, member of Banking Board. .Monroeville.
Robert J. Beeland, Jr., member of Banking
Board.................................................................... Greenville.
F. J. Callen, member of Banking Board. . . Clanton.
T. F. Adams, Bank Examiner......................... Birmingham.
A. J. Smith, Bank Examiner........................... Montgomery.
B. S. Gay, Bank Examiner...............................Montgomery.
G. H. Foote. Bank Examiner.......................... Birmingham.
Addie Lee Farish, Office assistant..................Montgomery.

Arlz....

.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.

State

Address

Del..............Harold W. Horsey, State Bank Com............. State House, Dover.
Ira Lewis, Deputy Bank Com......................... Bridgeville.
Lindale C. Fisher, Bank Examiner................Wilmington

Ark............. Marion Wasson, Bank Commissioner............Little Rock.
R. G. Dickinson, Asst. Bk. Commissioner .Little Rock.
Oliver Phillips, Asst. Commissioner in
charge of Building & Loan Associations .. Little Rock.
Theo. P. Carson, Asst. Chief Bank Ex.........Little Rock.
Albert Sims. Bank Examiner........................... Little Rock.
G. H. Sexton. Bank Examiner........................ Little Rock.
H. A. Daugherty, Bank Examiner............... Little Rock.
Fay C. Rayburn, Asst. Bank Examiner... .Little Rock.
John E. Taylor, Bank Examiner.................... Little Rock.

Ela...............J. M. Lee, State Comptroller.......................... Tallahassee.
Geo. C. White, Bank Report Analyst.......... Tallahassee.
J. E. Perkins, Bank Examiner......................... Tallahassee.
Barney Howard, Bank Examiner...................Jacksonville.
L. E. Fenn, Bank Examiner............................. Miami.
J. V. Chapman, Bank Examiner...................De Land.
W. M. Wainwright, Bank Examiner............ Starke.
L. T. Galphin, Jr. Bank Examiner................ Tallahassee.
Paul B. Haile, Bank Examiner....................... St. Augustine.
A. A. Futch, Bank Examiner........................... Leesburg.

Calif.......... Edward Rainey, Supt. of Banks......................333 Montgomery St.
San Francisco.
E. D. Holly, Chief Deputy............................... San Francisco.
C. E. Loweli, Chief Examiner......................... San Francisco.
Matt I. Sullivan, Attorney................................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.
N. O. Matthews, Bank Examiner.................. San Francisco
Paul F. Meckes, Bank Examiner................... San Francisco.
J. Perry Reynolds, Bank Examiner...............San Francisco.
H. S. Taylor, Bank Examiner..........................San Francisco.
George M. Walker, Bank Examiner..............San Francisco.
W. T. Werschkull, Bank Examiner............... San Francisco.
John McFaul, Chief of Southern Division..701 California State
Bldg., Los Angeles
E. D. Backus. Bank Examiner.......................
R. C. Barth, Bank Examiner.........................
Maurice H. Davis, 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........... Atlanta.
Richard Forrester, Bank Examiner...............Montezuma.
O. L. Gruver. Bank Examiner......................... Statesboro.
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.
J. J. Mockler, Bank Examiner.........................Boise.
E. R. Jones, Bank Examiner.......................... Boise.
A. B. Wheeier, Examiner...................................Boise.
L. O. Collins, Examiner..................................... Boise.
Geo. W. Wedgwood, Director Blue Skv... .Boise.
W. T. Lambdin. Chief Clerk............................Boise.
Illinois... .Edward J. Barrett, Auditor of Public
Accounts, Main Office, Capitol Bldg. . . .Springfield.
Chicago Office: 2600 Foreman State
National Bank Building, 33 N. La
Salle St.
Geneva Office: 119 Unity Bldg.
E. E. NlchoLson, Chief Bank Examiner.. . .Springfield.
A. A. Mueller, Chief Examiner, Cook Co.
_ Div.........................................................................Chicago.
Harrison Mathewson, Bank Examiner........ Chicago.
H. M. Durst, Bank Examiner......................... Chicago.
P. R. Wilkinson, Bank Examiner...................Chicago.
J. A. Jaworski, Bank Examiner......................Chicago.
Frank Chew, Bank Examiner..........................Springfield.
J. E. Shearer, Bank Examiner.........................Springfield.
R. J. Silver, Bank Examiner............................ Springfield.
A. Ray Drennan, Bank Examiner..................Springfield.
W. E. Turnei, Trust Examiner....................... Springfield.
J. J. Jaeger, Bank Examiner............................Geneva.
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...........George J. Bassett, Commissioner.................... New Haven.
R. Gordon Baldwin, Deputy Com..................Bristol.
Harold P. Splain, Assistant to the Com... .New Haven.
Wm. P. Landon. Mgr. Bond Dept................. Hartford.
A. F. Austin, Bank Examiner..........................Torrington.
George W. Austin, Bank Examiner...............Hartford.
Frank E. Irving, Bank Examiner...................
Ralph R. MacKinnel, Bank Examiner......... East Haven.
Stanley F. Gierymski. Bank Examiner ... .New Britain.
Lynwood K. Elmore, Bank Examiner..........East Hartford.
Alfred B. Taravella, Bank Examiner............Windsor Locks.
Thomas J. Convery, Bank Examiner...........Stamford.
Richard Rapport, Bank Examiner................ Hartford.
Reinhard Bardeck, Bank Examiner............... New Britain.


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Conn.......... Milton T. Gaines, Bank Examiner................. Glastonbury.
(Cont.) Gerald C. Low, Bank Examiner.....................Watertown.
Wm. W. Prout, Bank Examiner.....................Windsor.
E. Gorton Rogers, Bank Examiner................New London.
Harold A. Williams, Bank Examiner............Middletown.
Douglas T. Boddie, Bank Examiner............. Redding.
Frank J. Murphy, Bank Examiner................New Haven.
Harold W. Roberts, Bank Examiner............ New Britain.
Earl T. Jarvis, Bank Examiner.......................Torrington.
Arthur B. Shippee, Bank Examiner..............East Killingly.
John F. Di Nonno, Bank Examiner..............New Britain.
Howard E. Frisbie. Bank Examiner...............
Arthur O. Lamb, Bank Examiner.................. Rocky Hill.
Herbert F. Seward, Bank Examiner..............Hartford.
Ernest E. Savard, Bank Examiner................ Bristol.
Melvin O. Hall, Bank Examiner.....................New Britain.
Geo. C. Durant, Bank Examiner...................Hartford.

Ind.............. Luther F. Symons, Bank Commissioner... .Room 241 State
House, Indianapo,,
„
lis & Lewisville.
Thos. D. Barr, Deputy BankCommissioner. Fairmount.
S. P. Good, Bank Examiner............................. Warren.

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Name

Ind..........
(Cont.)
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“
“

Address

State

Iowa...........L. A. Andrew, Supt. of Banking.....................State House,
Des Moines.
Carl Trout, Deputy Supt.................................. Des Moines.
Bruce Townsend, Director of ReceivershipsDes Moines.
F. W. Bloxham, Examiner................................ Mason City.
F. W. Walsmith, Examiner..............................Cedar Rapids.
R. R. Blair, Examiner........................................Waterloo.
L. H. Jurgemeyer, Examiner............................Sheldon.
L. D. Beckett, Examiner................................... Northwood.
Walter Light, Examiner....................................West Liberty.
H. R. Jackson, Examiner..............................Marshalltown.
F. A. Lettow, Examiner....................................Council Bluffs.
G. S. Krouth, Examiner.....................................Iowa City.
S. T. Egertson, Examiner.................................. Estherville.
O. D. Emmert, Examiner.................................. Red Oak.
J. L. Althouse, Assistant Examiner............... Waterloo.
C. S. Johnson, Examiner...................................Des Moines.
Kansas.,

H. W. Koeneke, Bank Commissioner.......... Topeka.
T. J. Rhodes. Asst. Bank Com........................Topeka.
C. F. Gilpin, 1st Special Assistant Bank
Commissioner.................................................... Topeka.
R. J. Arbuthnot, Deputy Bank Com........... Norton.
L. C. Christenson, Deputy Bank Com.........Topeka.
H. B. Eagle, 3rd Special Bank Com.............. Topeka.
John R. Emery, Deputy Bank Com..............Wichita.
R. Keesling. Deputy Bank Com..................... Wichita.
T. Clarke Key, Deputy Bank Com.............. Salina.
L. E. Mauck, Deputy Bank Com...................Lyons.
Geo. K. Meier. Deputy Bank Com................Topeka.
H. F. Nelson, Deputy Bank Com.................. ToDeka.
I. L. Perkins, 2nd Special Asst. Bank Com.Hutchinson.
R. B. Schwartz. Deputy Bank Com..............Manhattan.
C. W. Starr, Chief Examiner........................... Topeka.
A. E. Yon Trebra, Deputy Bank Com......... Manhattan.
E. D. Land, Deputy Bank Commissioner. .Iola.
Geo. D. Royer, Jr., Deputy Bank Com.. . .Hutchinson.
Norton Thayer, Deputy Bank Com..............Dodge City.
C. W. Johnson, General Receiver..................Topeka.
Carl Newcomer, Special Asst. Kansas
Securities............................................................. Topeka.

Ky........

, J. R. Dorman, Banking and Securities Com. Frankfort.
Lloyd B. Clark, Deputy Bank Com............. Frankfort.
Mrs. Evalyn C. Clifton, Deputy Securities
Com....................................................................... Frankfort.
James E. Bond, Bank' Examiner....................Versailles.
C. M. Dunn, Bank Examiner.........................Paducah.
Russell Fryman, Bank Examiner..................Cynthiana.
R. D. Jeter, Bank Examiner........................... Campbellsville.
G. E. Parker, Bank Examiner........................ Tompkinsville.
Lawrence J. Roll, Bank Examiner...............Newport.

La.........

.J. S. Brock, State Bank Com.......................... 807 American Bank
Bldg........................................................................New Orleans.
O. H. Pittman Chief State Bank Exam... .New Orleans.
A. F. Babin, State Bank Examiner...............New Orleans.
P. R. Breaux, State Bank Examiner............ New Orleans.
E. L. Chaney, State Bank Examiner............New Orleans.
W. C. Evans, State Bank Examiner............. New Orleans.
C. Girard, State Bank Examiner................... New Orleans.
J. B. Hill, State Bank Examiner.................... New Orleans.
A. R. Johnson, Jr., State Bank Examiner. .New Orleans.
P. C. Moseley, State Bank Examiner...........New Orleans.
J. Q. Wright, Office Examiner..........................New Orleans.
J- S. Brock, Jr., Gen. Asst................................. New Orleans.

Maine.

.Sanger N. Annis, Bank Commissioner..........Augusta.
J. Franklin Anderson, Deputy Bank Com.. Gardiner.
T. Frank Parker, Senior Examiner.................Belfast.
Ernest C. Stinson, Examiner............................ Bangor.
Harold W. Lord, Examiner...............................Brewer.
Edgar M. Goodrich, Examiner........................Hampden.
George H. Young, Assistant Examiner .. . .Portland
Walter E. Frank, Asst. Examiner..................Portland.
David B. Moody, Asst. Examiner.................Belfast.
Albert S. Noyes, Asst. Examiner................... Bath.
J. Malcolm Stanley, Asst. Examiner............Kezar Falls.
Harold F. Holmes, Asst. Examiner...............Bangor.
Kenneth B. Foss, Loan Agcy. Examiner. . .Augusta.
Annie R. Norman, Clerk....................................Augusta.
Hal. G. Hoyt, Securities Examiner.................Augusta.
Agnes M. Hickey, Registration Clerk.........Gardiner.

Md.

. Geo. W. Page, Bank Com., Sixth Floor Union
Trust Bldg.......................................................... Baltimore.
John D. Hospelhorn, Deputy Bank Com.,
Union Trust Bldg.......................................... Baltimore.
W. J. Gerbig, Senior Examiner, Union Trust
Bldg.......................................................................Baltimore.
O. P. Comegys, Senior Examiner, Union
Trust Bldg........................................................... Baltimore.
H. E. Meeks, Senior Examiner, Union
Trust Bldg.......................................................... Baltimore.
A. C. Merriam, Jr., Senior Examiner, Union
Trust Bidg........................................................Baltimore.
J. C. Gawthrop, Junior Examiner, Union
Trust Bldg.......................................................... Baltimore.
C. R. Frey, Junior Examiner, Union Trust
Bldg.......................................................................Baltimore.
Saul Roman, Junior Examiner, Union
Trust Bldg........................................................... Baltimore.
R. T. E. Forman, Junior Examiner, Union
Trust Bldg........................................................... Baltimore.
C. S. Donohue, Junior Examiner, Union
Trust Bldg........................................................... Baltimore.
F. H. Hoffmaster, Junior Examiner, Union
Trust Bldg........................................................... Baltimore.
F. B. Marshall. Asst. Examiner, Union
Trust Bldg........................................................... Baltimore.
W. B. Thurston, Asst. Examiner, Union
Trust Bldg........................................................... Baltimore.
F. B. Marshall, Asst. Examiner, Union
Trust Bldg........................................................... Baltimore.
W. B. Thurston, Junior Examiner, Union
Trust Bldg........................................................... Baltimore.
L. G. Shipley, Examiner, Union Trust
Bldg........................................................................ Baltimore.
H. A. Gross, Examiner, Union Trust Bldg..Baltimore.
J. R. MacSorley, Examiner, Union Trust
Bldg........................................................................ Baltimore.


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Md.......... .Wm. W. Rhodes, Examiner, Union Trust
(Cont.)
Bldg.......................................................................Baltimore.
T. W. Perkins, Examiner, Union Trust
Bldg....................................................................... Baltimore.
Julius Scriba, Examiner, Union Trust Bldg. .Baltimore.
Wm. Reed Seal, Examiner, Union Trust
Bldg....................................................................... Baltimore.
Schall W. Mitzel, Examiner, Union Trust
Bldg.......................................................................Baltimore.

J. W. Parrett, Rank Examiner........................Indianapolis.
Joe E. McCord. Bank Examiner.................... Loogootee.
T. G. Inwood, Bank Examiner.......................Thorntown.
J. E. Myer, Bank Examiner............................. Hammond.
S. G. Bovard, Bank Examiner......................... Dupont.
H. R. Johnson, Bank Examiner...................... Petersburg.
Wm. R. Dexheimer, Bank Examiner............ Fort Wayne.
O. J. H. Butler, Bank Examiner..................... Greensburg.

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Mass.

. Arthur Guy, Com. of Banks............................ Framingham.
(Office of the Commissioner of Banks...............State House, Boston.)
L. R. W. Leland, Deputy Commissioner of
Banks....................................................................N ewtonville.
Chas. H. Ainsworth, Director........................ North Beverly.
George F. Powers, Director............................. Arlington.
Charles J. Bateman, Jr., Director................. Newtonville.
R. J. Tubbs, Director.........................................Greenwood.
Eugene Brimmer, Asst. Director.................... Malden.
Charles A. Crowell, Asst. Director................ Salem.
John E. Turner, Asst. Director...................... Greenwood.
Nelson B. Davis, Chief Clerk.......................... Newton Highlands.
Forrest F. Bursley, Senior Bank Examiner... Somerville.
Howard A. Clark, Senior Bank Examiner. .Wakefield.
William E. Day, Senior Bank Examiner. . .Chelsea.
Ralph E. Ellis, Senior Bank Examiner.........Braintree.
Arthur W. Flint, Bank Examiner..................Wakefield.
Paul H. Heywood, Senior Bank Examiner.. Wakefield.
Harold P. Jenks, Senior Bank Examiner.. .Newton Centre.
William B. Jensen, Senior Bank Examiner. .Framingham.
John L. Keyes, Senior Bank Examiner. . . .Lowell.
George C. Mansfield, Senior Bank Exam.. .Rockland.
Burt O. McKinley, Senior Bank Examiner. Lowell.
Arthur S. Morey, Senior Bank Examiner. .Belmont.
Nathan L. Whitten, Senior Bank Exam... .Campello.
Horace W. Whynot, Senior Bank ExaminerRoslindale.
George W. Barron, Asst. Bank Examiner. .Beverly.
Joseph R. Beetle, Asst. Bank Examiner... .South Braintree.
George F. Davee, Asst. Bank Examiner... .Plymouth.
Samuel W. Eldridge, Asst. Bank Exam.. . .Arlington Heights.
Samuel T. Foster, Asst. Bank Examiner. . .Waverley.
Chester A. Gray, Asst. Bank Examiner.. . .Medford.
Charles W. Herzig, Asst. Bank Examiner. . Roxbury.
Francis J. Hillberg, Asst. Bank Examiner. .Wellesley Hills.
Herbert L. Keeble, Asst. Bank Exam......... Roslindale.
Harrison S. King, Asst. Bank Exam............... Melrose.
George H. Magurn, Asst. Bank Examiner.. Roslindale.
John F. Rich, Asst. Bank Examiner............. Watertown.
Stephen M. Torrey, Asst. Bank Exam.........Marblehead.
Geo. V. Wallace, Jr., Asst. Bank Examiner.Wakefield.
Albert M. Whitworth, Asst. Bank Exam.. .Lowell.
Alexander H. Allan, Jr., Junior Bank Exam . Newton.
Harold E. Almy, Junior Bank Examiner.. .Braintree.
Carl H. Baker, Junior Bank Examiner........ Wollaston.
Austin J. Blood, Junior Bank Examiner. . .Worcester.
Charles E. Boles, Junior Bank Examiner . .Brookline.
Joseph L. Brighton, Junior Bank Exam... .Somerville.
Frederick J. Bye, Junior Bank Examiner ..Worcester.
N. S. Chadwick, Junior Bank Examiner. . .Reading.
Frederick A. Connell, Junior Bank Exam... Jamaica Plain
Joseph F. Connellan, Junior Bank Exam.. .Brookline.
James H. Crowell, Junior Bank Examiner..Boston.
Sidney L. Drown, Junior Bank Examiner. .Malden
Michael J. Dunnigan, Junior Bank Exam. .Boston.
Henry Haeberle, Junior Bank Examiner. . .Jamaica Plain.
Frederick E Haigis, Junior Bank Exam.. . . Roxbury.
Roland E. Hamel, Junior Bank Exam......... Watertown.
Frank A. Hannan, Junior Bank Examiner . Cambridge.
Russell A. Hersee, Junior Bank Examiner. Roslindale.
Larkland F. Hewitt, Junior Bank Examiner.Cambridge.
Elmer Holmberg, Junior Bank Examiner.. .Worcester.
Arthur W. Hood, Junior Bank Exam...........North Quincy.
G. W. Hoyt, Junior Bank Examiner.............Malden.
P. Joseph King, Junior Bank Examiner... .Northampton.
Felix A. Kulik, Junior Bank Examiner.... Beverly.
Arthur A. LeMay, Junior Bank Examiner .Beverly.
Arthur B. Malone, Junior Bank Exam.........Chelsea.
Glen H. Martin, Junior Bank Examiner. . . Waltham.
Frank W. McCabe, Junior Bank Examiner . Malden;
Norman F. McDonah, Junior Bank Exam­
iner.........................................................................Dorchester.
Harold A. McKay, Junior Bank Exam.... Somerville.
Willard A. Moulton, Junior Bank Exam. . .Milton.
James L. Patterson, Junior Bank Exam. . .Brookline.
Albert R. Quinn, Junior Bank Examiner. ..Brighton.
Harry B. Quinn, Junior Bank Examiner. . .East Weymouth.
Eric D. Rice, Junior Bank Examiner........... Lynn.
Wm. F. Ritchie, Junior Bank Examiner. . .Belmont.
W. S. Savery, Junior Bank Examiner..........Plymouth.
H. L. Sawyer, Junior Bank Examiner..........Newtonville.
Burton T. Spencer, Junior Bank Examiner.Worcester.
Eugene F. Storrs, Junior Bank Examiner. .Needham.
B. F. Strand, Jr., Junior Bank Examiner. .Brookline.
Kenneth W. Tatro, Junior Bank Examiner. East Lynn.
W. A. Warren, Junior Bank Examiner.........Newton.
Edward S. Whitmarsh, Junior Bk. Exam.. .Medford.
Donald M. Williams, Junior Bk. Exam.. . .Newton Highlands.
B. F. Wood, Junior Bank Examiner..............Brighton.
John W. Slye, Senior Credit Exam............... Malden.
Donald K. Taylor, Asst. Credit Exam......... Everett.
Harry N. Thomas, Ass’t Credit Examiner..Walleston.
A. Welwood, Asst. Credit Examiner............. Cambridge.

Mich.

, .R. E. Reichert, Commissioner.........................Lansing.
M. C. Taylor, Deputy Commissioner........... Lansing.
Fred Marin. Deputy Commissioner............. Lansing.
R. C. McClelland, Bank Examiner...............Grand Rapids.
R. A. Benge, Bank Examiner......................... Battle Creek.
K. H. Buttars, Bank Examiner......................Bay City.
F. B. Campbell, Bank Examiner................... Caro.
R. A. Carroll, Bank Examiner........................Battle Creek.
L. M. Fenton, Bank Examiner...................... Bay City.
R. II. Garfield, Bank Examiner..................... Albion.
V. M. Geiger, Bank Examiner........................Minden City.
G. A. Hodson, Bank Examiner.......................Grandville.
H. G. Hudson, Bank Examiner....................Decatur.
R. I. Hudson, Bank Examiner........................Decatur.
F. M. Kropschot, Bank Examiner................ Marshall.
E. G. McGugan, Bank Examiner.................. Quincy.
G. D. Monroe, Bank Examiner...................... Howell.
H. S. Maentz, Bank Examiner....................... Allegan.
F. F. Nelson, Bank Examiner........................ Ludington.
E. W. Nelson Bank Examiner........................ Ann Arbor.
B. W. Preston. Bank Examiner...................... Charlotte.
W. L. Roy, Bank Examiner.............................Pontiac.
Leo Spencer, Bank Examiner..........................Lansing.
H. L. Switzer, Bank Examiner....................... Mt. Clemens.
H. G. Taylor, Bank Examiner........................Lansing.
C. C. Tyson, Bank Examiner......................... Grand Rapids.
C. E. Williams, Bank Examiner.................... Wayne.
R. C. Wixson, Bank Examiner....................... Port Huron.

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Mich...........O. S. Wood, Jr., Bank Examiner.....................Barryton.
(Cont.) A. W. Woolsey. Bank Examiner.................... Lansing.
K. O. Aldrich, Asst. Bank Examiner............Jackson.
K. E. Crimmins, Asst. Bank Examiner. . . .Manistee.
Smith Falconer, Asst. Bank Examiner.........Oxford.
M. G. Fiegel, Assistant Bank Examiner. . .Detroit.
R. K. Lapworth, Asst. Bank Examiner... .Flushing.
A. G. List, Asst. Bank Examiner...................Saginaw.
F. G. MacEachron, Asst. Bank Exam......... Hudsonville.
H. E. Roming, Asst. Bank Examiner........... St. Claire Shores.
W. O. Schrader, Assistant Bank Examiner. Detroit.
W. I. Schriemer, Assistant Bank Examiner Grand Rapids.
T. D. Sherk, Assistant Bank Examiner. . . .Jackson.
R. B. Van Wert. Asst. Bank Examiner.. . . Jonesville.
H. O. Wells, Asst. Bank Examiner................Dearborn.

Address

(Cont.)

Edward M. Field, Junior Bank Examiner .Elizabeth.
Benj. P. Gregg, Junior Bank Examiner. . . .Bloomfield.
George J. Heath, Junior Bank Examiner.. .Bloomfield.
John M. Jones, Junior Bank Examiner.. . .Teaneck.
Charles A. Kraus, Junior Bank Examiner.. Grantwood.
Walter L. Lyons, Junior Bank Examiner. . . Emerson.
John J. Malan, Junior Bank Examiner. . . .Audubon.
Herbert L. Morris, Junior Bank Examiner.North Plainfield.
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. .Elizabeth.
John W. West, Junior Bank Examiner. . ..Hightstown.
N. M..........John Bingham, State Bk. Ex.............................Capitol Bldg..
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Santa Fe.
R. H. Carter, Deputy State Bk. Exam ... .Santa Fe.
John Clyde Hays, Deputy State Bk. Ex.. . Santa Fe.
R. W. Heflin, Special Asst. Blue-sky Dept. Santa Fe.

Minn..........J. N. Peyton, Commissioner of Banks...........St. Paul.
E. W. Swanson, Deputy Commissioner. . . .Minneapolis.
F. A. Amundson, Chief Clerk..........................St. Paul.
K. B. Sorum, Manager Bond Dept............... St. Paul.
W. A. Smith, Examiner in Charge of Liqui­
dation. .................................................................. St. Paul.
H. G. McConnell, Assistant Examiner in
Charge of Liquidation................................. Minneapolis.
W. J. Stuzman, Examiner for Cities of First
^ Class..................................................................... St. Paul.
O. I. Brandvold, Bank Examiner..................Fergus Falls.
M. E. Walsh, Asst. Bank Examiner..............St. Paul.
Jacob Rigg, Bank Examiner........................... Ada.
D. R. Spieker, Bank Examiner...................... Minneapolis.
N. D. Dixon, Bank Examiner........................ Minneapolis.
Henry Lende, Bank Examiner.......................Appleton
C. M. Wenzel, Bank Examiner....................... St. Paul.
H. R. Kneeland, Bank Examiner.................. St. Peter.
H. V. Montgomery, Bank Examiner........... Minneapolis.
G. V. Markey, Assistant Examiner.............. Worthington.
R. S. Picha, Assistant Examiner.................... St. Paul.
D. S. Struble, Assistant Examiner................Minneapolis.
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A. A. Wilcken, Assistant Examiner...............Minneapolis.
J. F. Angell, Assistant Examiner.................. Bemidji.
J. N. Nelson, Assistant Examiner..................St. Paul.
Jesse Olson, Assistant Examiner....................Fergus Falls.
G. W. Tanner, Assistant Examiner..............Minneapolis.
C. E. Tillander, Assistant Examiner............ St. Paul.

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

Miss........... J. S. Love, Supt. of Banks.................................Jackson
Mrs. E. B. Fulgham, Secretary...................... Jackson.
L. E. Brown, Special agent..............................Jackson.
C. T. Johnson, Bank Examiner...................... Clarksdale.
E. M. Summer, Bank Examiner.....................Hattiesburg.
W. B. Pollard, Bank Examiner...................... New Albany.
E. L. Brien, Jr., Bank Examiner.....................Jackson.
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R. G. Duke, Auditor............................................Jackson.
S. L. Langston, Auditor.....................................Jackson.
Mo.............. D. R. Harrison, Commissioner of Finance.. Jefferson City.
J. B. Norris, Deputy Commissioner..............Novelty.
W. A. Chapman, Bank Examiner.................. Hannibal.
C. M. Duncan, Bank Examiner ................... Poplar Bluff.
Geo. U. Freund, Bank Examiner................... Warsaw.
F W. ITeyde, Jr., Bank Examiner.................St. Joseph.
W. A. Hombs, Bank Examiner.......................Glenwood.
E. T. Messenbaugb, Bank Examiner. . . .Braymer.
Roy D. Miller, Bank Examiner.....................St. Louis.
U. P. Moody, Bank Examiner.........................Mt. Vernon.
Truman W. Richards, Bank Examiner. . . .Lamar.
R. E. Shelby, Bank Examiner......................... Maryville
Fern E. Willard, Bank Examiner.................. Lebanon.
F. S. Hummel, Asst. Bank Examiner........... St. Louis.
Mont..........Frank H. Johnson, Supt. of Banks.................Helena.
R. W. Bailey, Bank Examiner........................Helena.
C. A. Kelley, Bank Examiner......................... Helena.
R. J. Fremou, Bank Examiner....................... Helena.
R. W. Johnson, Bank Examiner.....................Helena.
Neb............ E. H. Luikart, Secretary, Department of
Trade and Commerce....................................State Capitol Bldg.,
Lincoln.
Geo. W. Woods, Bank Commissioner, De­
partment of Trade and Commerce, State
Capitol Bldg.......................................................Lincoln.
Merle N. Foster, Chief Examiner, Dept, of
Trade and Commerce..................................... State Capitol Bldg.,
Lincoln.
Fred W. Cater, Bank Examiner......................Hildreth
J. Y. Castle, Bank Examiner...........................Hastings.
Richard Hadley, Bank Examiner..................Hastings.
L. L. Halstead, Bank Examiner.....................Norfolk.
C. R. Haines, Bank Examiner........................ Holdrege.
Earle Horner, Bank Examiner.........................Beaver Crossing.
R. H. Larson, Bank Examiner........................ 313 Drake Court
Annex, Omaha.
A. F. Jorgenson, Bank Examiner...................Alliance.
J. F. McLain, Bank Examiner
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4832 Erskine St.,
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Omaha.
F. W. Robb, Bank Examiner.......................... 3132 R. St.,
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Lincoln.
I. F. Gaebler, Bank Examiner........................Winside.
Nev.............E. J. Seaborn. Bank Examiner........................Carson City.
N. H...........Willard D. Rand, Commissioner..................... State House.
Concord.
Leon O. Gerry, Deputy Com........................... Concord.
N. J............William H. Kelly, Commissioner, Dept, of
Banking and Insurance................................. Trenton.
Verner D. Peer, Deputy Com......................... Summit.
James A. Oneil, Asst. Deputy CommissionerTrenton.
Robert B. Allardice, Senior Bank
Examiner............................................................ Westfield.
A. S. Amerman, Senior Bank Examiner.... Trenton.
Frank H. Betz, Senior Bank Examiner. . . .Montclair.
George Compton, Senior Bank Examiner.. .Trenton.
John T. Connolly, Senior Bank Examiner. .Trenton.
Walter B. Firman, Senior Bank Examiner .Trenton.
Frank J. Fitzpatrick, Senior Bank
Examiner............................................................. Elizabeth.
Theodore B. Furman, Senior Bank Ex.........East Orange.
Oscar B. Garthwaite, Jr., Acting Senior
Bank Examiner.................................................Rahway.
John M. Baker, Acting Senior Bank Exam.. Trenton.
George A. McLaughlin Senior Bk.Examiner Bordentown.
Harry Prosser, Senior Bank Examiner........ Margate City.
Edw. B. Snook, Senior Bank Examiner... .Princeton.
William M. Struble, Senior Bank Exam....... Belleville.
Franklin W. Bright, Junior Bank
Examiner.............................................................. Rutherford.
John B. Cunningham, Junior Bank
Examiner............................................................. Jersey City.


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Okla........... W. J. Barnett, Bank Commissioner.............. Capitol Bldg.,
Oklahoma City.
E. H. Kelley, Asst. Bank Com........................Capitol Bldg.,
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Oklahoma City.
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J. D. Pennington, Bank Examiner................ Capitol Bldg.,
Oklahoma City.
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W. C. Ernest, Bank Examiner.........................Capitol Bldg.,
Oklahoma City.
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A. F. Manning, Bank Examiner.....................Capitol Bldg.,
Oklahoma City.
H. H. Hinkle, Bank Examiner........................ Hugo.
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E. E. Wilson. Bank Examiner..........................Oklahoma City.
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M. C. Trimble, Bank Examiner......................Shawnee.
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Tom G. Taylor, Bank Examiner.................... Oklahoma City.
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P. J. Winkler, Bank Examiner........................ Tulsa.
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W. E. Clark, Bank Examiner.......................... Enid.
Ore..............A. A. Schramm, Supt. of Banks.......................Salem.
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H. O. Voget, Asst. Supt. of Banks.................. Portland.
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M. W. Starbuck, Examiner............................... Portland.
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E. T. Way, Examiner.......................................... Portland.
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O. J. Smith, Secretary ...................................... Salem.
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Sydney Kromer, 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.
H. H. Eshbach, Chief, Bureau of Bldg. &
Loan Associations.............................................Harrisburg.
H. B. Diflfenderfer, Assistant Supervision
Bureau of Bldg. & Loan Assn..................... Philadelphia.
Laurence C. Glass, Chief Clerk...................... Harrisburg.
O. B. Lippman, Chief, Bureau of Private
Banks....................................................................Harrisburg.
Albert J. Allison, Jr., Bank Examiner..........Washington.
R. Harold Auen, Bank Examiner...................Pittsburgh.
J. W. Barrett, Bank Examiner........................Bethlehem.
George W. Overly, Bank Examiner.............. Mount Pleasant.
Charles S. Dugan, Bank Examiner................Philadelphia.
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.
Earl D. Buck, Bank Examiner....................... Muncy.
R. B. Carmany, Bank Examiner....................Myerstown.
Wm. V. Davies, Bank Examiner.................... Harrisburg.
Fred K. Denison, Bank Examiner................. Bywood.
Thomas Dixon, Bank Examiner.................... Philadelphia.
William Jefferis, 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 II. Gorsuch, Bank Examiner.... Greensburg.
Frederick C. Hallowell, Bank Examiner... .Wayne.
U. Shuman Hart, Bank Examiner..................Carlisle.
John R. Hostetter, Bank Examiner.............. St. Thomas.
R. K. Houck, Bank Examiner.........................Indiana.
Harold T. Houston, Bank Examiner............ Beaver Falls.
Elwood 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.
M. J. Lavin, Bank Examiner.......................... Wilkes-Barre.
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................Wilkinsburg.
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.
RalDh W. Reitzel, Bank Examiner................ Williamsport.
Walter W. Lapham, Bank Examiner............Pittsburgh.
Chas. E. Schmucker, Bank Examiner........... Philadelphia.
H. L. Scott, Bank Examiner............................Bellevue.
R. H. Shick, Bank Examiner.......................... Duquesne.
Scott A. Soles, Bank Examiner....................... McKeesport.
Wm. M. Steckley. Bank Examiner................Harrisburg.
Chas. A. Steele, Bank Examiner.....................Franklin.
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.
Wm. R. Turner, Bank Examiner....................Chester.
Cyril G. Vogel. Bank Examiner..................... Pittsburgh.
Ed. W. Wentworth. Bank Examiner............ Dormont.
Edgar W. Hutchinson, Bank Examiner.. . .Philadelphia.
Fred Wigfield, Jr., Bank Examiner.............. Steelton.
W. R. Wirth, Bank Examiner......................... Pittsburgh.
Chas. S. Worthington, Bank Examiner. .. .Doylestown.
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.

N. O........... Gurney P. Hood, Commissioner of Banks. .Raleigh.
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C. I. Taylor, Liquidating Agent..................... Raleigh.
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W. L. Williams, Bank Examiner..................... Raleigh.
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Leigh Wilson, Bank Examiner......................... Raleigh.
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D. M. Darden, Bank Examiner...................... Raleigh.
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W. M. Wiggins, Asst. Bank Examiner.........Raleigh.
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J. B. Carson, Asst. Bank Examiner............... Raleigh.
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J. E. Bobbitt. Clerk-Examiner......................... Raleigh.
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Jno. F. Sullivan, Asst. Bank Examiner.... Raleigh.
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S. C. Welch, Asst. Bank Examiner.................Raleigh.
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Dorsey W. Lynch, Asst. Bank Examiner.. .Raleigh.
N. D...........Gilbert Semingson, State Examiner............... Bismarck.
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J. M. Shirek, Office Deputy.............................. Bismarck.
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H. R. Winter, Deputy Examiner.................... Bismarck.
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R. S. See, Deputy Examiner.............................. Minot.
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J. W. Goodman, Deputy Examiner................ Bismarck.
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P. L. Larsen, Deputy Examiner....................... Valley City.
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J. K. Nesvik, Deputy Examiner...................... Grand Forks.
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Andrew Sathe, Deputy Examiner (City and
Co.)........................................................................Valley City.
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J. R. Snyder, Deputy Exam. (City and Co.)Bismarck.
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J. A. Brown, Deputy Exam. (City and Co.). Rolla.
Ohio.. . . .1. J. Fulton, Superintendent of Banks......... Columbus.
A. C. Krug, Deputy Superintendent............ Columbus.
D. A. Filler. Chief Examiner............................Columbus.
C. W. Miller, Special Deputy Supt. of
Banks.....................................................................Newark.
D. J. Schurr, Special Deputy Supt. of
Banks.....................................................................Columbus.
J. C. Van Pelt, Special Deputy Supt. of
Banks.....................................................................Columbus.
F. R. Ambrose, Examiner.................................. Columbus.
E. R. Schurr, Examiner......................................London.
Chas. G. Saffin, Jr., Attorney Examiner. . .Columbus.
George T. Blake (foreign Ex. & Tr. Officer) Columbus.
H. F. Ashley, Bank Examiner......................... Oberlin.
Charles G. Bell, Bank Examiner.................... Norwalk.
Irene Berger, Bank Examiner..........................Mt. Vernon.
John A. Head, Bank Examiner....................... Greenfield.
G. W. Burr, Bank Examiner............................Lakewood.
C. L. Ault, Bank Examiner.............................. 644 Oxford Ave.,
Dayton.
Wm. S. Fronizer, Bank Examiner.................. Sandusky.
E. B. Gray, Bank Examiner.............................Columbus.
C. D. Houser, Bank Examiner........................Upper Sandusky
A. E. Johnson, Bank Examiner.......................Prospect.
Isaac Jones, Bank Examiner............................ Cincinnati.
Eugene E. King, Bank Examiner................... Deshler.
Wm. M. Konzen, Bank Examiner................. Napoleon.
John F. Kramer, Jr., Bank Examiner.......... Mansfield.
Leroy Kuhlman, Bank Examiner...................New Knoxville.
C. A. Ladrach, Bank Examiner...................... Dover.
C. R. Lawrence, Bank Examiner................... Columbus.
H. L. Lockwood, Bank Examiner.................. Frankfort.
Gustave H. Lonsway, Bank Examiner.........Tiffin.
Wm. Taafel, Bank Examiner........................... 136 Jefferson Rd.,
Newark.
Thomas McEldowny, Bank Examiner......... Upper Sandusky.
Paul Mitchell, Bank Examiner....................... Columbus.
W. J. Monahan, Bank Examiner................... Columbus.
R. W. Mytholar, Bank Examiner.................. Akron.
N. E. Reichelderfer, Bank Examiner........... Circleville.
Chas. C. Roberts, Jr., Bank Examiner........ Hamden.
W. J. Skehan, Bank Examiner........................Toledo.
L. E. Smart, Bank Examiner...........................Findlay.
Edgar L. Traxler, Bank Examiner................ Lakewood.
Frank Wagner, Bank Examiner..................... E. Cleveland.
Paul Warner, Bank Examiner.........................Utica.


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Ohio......... Clarence B. Welsby, Bank Examiner............Akron.
(Cont.) 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......................New Vienna.
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L. O. Bucher, Bank Examiner......................... Dayton.
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R. E. Grubaugh, Bank Examiner................... Marion.
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E. Wilson Miller, Bank Examiner................. Greenfield.
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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.......................... Cleveland.
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O. C. Shanower, Trust Examiner................... Bowling Green.

N. Y.......... Claude C. Foulk, Bank Examiner......................80 Centre St., N. Y.
(Cont.) Henry W. Gredel, Bank Examiner.................. 80 Centre St., N. Y.
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John J. Hicks, Bank Examiner...........................80 Centre St., N. Y.
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P. Raymond Krause, Bank Examiner...........Albany.
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Joseph W. Kusterko, Bank Examiner..............80 Centre St., N. Y.
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Matthew F. McAvoy, Bank Examiner. . . .80 Centre St., N. Y.
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L. E. Millspaugh, Bank Examiner.................... 80 Centre St., N. Y.
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Chas. M. Morat, Bank Examiner...................... 80 Centre St., N. Y.
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Edward J. Morehous, Bank Examiner..........Albany.
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George S. Notarpole, Bank Examiner..............80 Centre St., N. Y.
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Edward P. Pedlowe, Bank Examiner............... 80 Centre St., N. Y.
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Edward J. Pierce, Bank Examiner....................80 Centre St., N. Y.
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Arthur J. McQuade, Bank Examiner............... 80 Centre St., N. Y.
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James F. Moran, Bank Examiner......................80 Centre St., N. Y.
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Vincent C. Reuther, Bank Examiner............... 80 Centre St., N. Y
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M. L. Masson, Bank Examiner.......................... 80 Centre St., N, Y.
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John L. Seigart, Bank Examiner..................... Buffalo
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Ralph W. Taylor, Bank Examiner....................80 Centre St., N. Y.
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Henry C. Bartsch, Bank Examiner.....................80 Centre St.. N Y.
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Albert F. Kendall, Bank Examiner................ Rochester.
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Albert De Lisser, Bank Examiner..................... 80 Centre St., N. Y.
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Joseph J. Kennedy, Bank Examiner..............Rochester.
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William J. Kennedy, Bank Examiner............Rochester.
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Frank S. Ross, Bank Examiner..........................80 Centre St., N. Y.
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John M Six, Bank Examiner.......................... Rochester.
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Henry A. Jud, Bank Examiner.......................... 80 Centre St., N. Y.
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August Langhauser, Bank Examiner................80 Centre St., N. Y.
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Paul V. Martin, Bank Examiner........................80 Centre St., N. Y.
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Frank J. Mitchell, Bank Examiner................... 80 Centre St., N. Y.
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Vincent J. Nolan, Bank Examiner.................... 80 Centre St., N. Y.
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John C. Hasbrouck, Bank Examiner................80 Centre St., N. Y.
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Arthur W. Mischanko, Bank Examiner.. . .80 Centre St., N. Y.
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John O. O’Byrne, Bank Examiner..................Binghamton.
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W. Elmore Slack, Bank Examiner.................. Albany.
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Albert P. Fallon. Bank Examiner......................80 Centre St., N. Y.
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Thomas J. Coghlan, Bank Examiner............. Buffalo.
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J. Harold Driscoll, Bank Examiner................Buffalo.
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Robert J. Hyland, Bank Examiner.................. 80 Centre St., N. Y.
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Walter E. Nolan, Bank Examiner.................... 80 Centre St., N. Y.
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Gwynne W. Spencer, Bank Examiner........... Syracuse.
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Gerald O’Grady, Bank Examiner......................80 Centre St., N. Y.
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John J. Tierney, Bank Examiner......................80 Centre St., N. Y.
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J. J. O’Shaughnessy, Bank Examiner............... 80 Centre St., N. Y.
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Nathaniel Orens, Bank Examiner...................... 80 Centre St., N. Y,
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R. F. Prudden, Bank Examiner......................... 80 Centre St., N. Y.
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George A. Morlock, Bank Examiner.................80 Centre St., N. Y.
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Jesse J. Finn, Bank Examiner.......................... Schenectady.
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Milton W. Asmuth, Bank Examiner..............Rochester.
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Charles H. Trask, Bank Examiner................. Albany.
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Gerard A. Buckley, Bank Examiner.................80 Centre St., N. Y.
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Garret E. Fitzgerald, Bank Examiner............. 80 Centre St., N. Y.
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Samuel T. Knapp, Bank Examiner.................Buffalo.
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Robert C. Mabel, Bank Examiner..................Albany.
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John D. Dever, Bank Examiner........................ 80 Centre St., N. Y.
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Clinton D. Ganse, Bank Examiner........... •. .80 Centre St., N. Y.
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Blanche B. Plant, Bank Examiner..................Albany.
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Ednah C. Ryder, Bank Examiner..................... 80 Centre St., N. Y.
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Charles V. Scheuerman, Bank Examiner.. .80 Centre St., N. Y.
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Edward J. Powers, Bank Examiner.................. 80 Centre St., N. Y.

R. I.............Latimer W. Ballou, Bank Commissioner.. .Room 110 State

House, Providence.
E. J. Littlefield, Deputy Commissioner... .Providence.
W. L. Offer, Bank Examiner............................ Providence.
John T. Pollard, Bank Examiner................... East Providence.

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State

Name

STATE

Address

NAME

ADDRESS

R. I.............R. L. Sayles, Bank Examiner............................Cranston.
(Cont.) Andrew Winsor, Bank Examiner................... Providence.
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Wm. B. Fraser. Bank Examiner......................Warwick.
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Walter S. Grant, Jr., Bank Examiner........... Providence.
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F. M. Hathaway, Investigator......................... Cranston.
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Irma G. Henrikson, Clerk.................................. Cranston.
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Madeline M. Lamb. Clerk................................. Providence.

Va...............R. T. Short, Bank Examiner............................Lawrenceville.
{Cont.) W. D. Blanks, Bank Examiner......................Richmond.
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W. R. Gardner, Bank Examiner.....................Galax.
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C. P. Justis, Asst. Bank Examiner................Blackstone.
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R. F. B. Steele, Asst. Bank Examiner..........Appomattox.
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G. Harwood Bates, Asst. Bank Examiner.. Richmond.
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H. M. Thrush, Asst. Bank Examiner............Front Royal.
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D. T. Zentmeyer, Asst. Bank Examiner. . .Roanoke.

S. C............Albert S. Fant, State Bank Examiner........... Columbia.
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D. J. Winn. Associate Bank Examiner.......... Darlington.
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W. R. Scarborough, Asst. Bank Examiner Columbia.
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W. N. Query. Asst. Bank Examiner.............Columbia.
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O. L. Walker, Asst. Bank Examiner............ Greenville.
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Leroy Wilson, Asst. Bank Examiner.............. Columbia.
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H. M. Chapman, State Bank Examiner. . .Liberty.
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F. B. David, State Bank Examiner................ Dillon.
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J. M. Smith, Auditor State Institutions. . .Columbia.
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F. B. Ruff, Asst. Auditor State Institutions.Columbia.
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Roof Shealy, Asst. Auditor State Institu­
tions ....................................................................... Columbia.

Wash..........C. S. Moody, Supervisor of Banking............Olympia.
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J. M. Moulton, Asst, Supervisor.....................Spokane.
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Harold A. Brazel. Asst. Supervisor................ Olympia.
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O. Williams, Bank Examiner........................... Seattle.
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A. J. Cotton, Bank Examiner..........................Seattle.
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L. J. Esslinger, Bank Examiner...................... Seattle.
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A. R. Bergman, Bank Examiner..................... Chehalis.
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F. W. Moe, Bank Examiner.............................Yakima.
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Nell Gregerson, Bank Examiner..................... Hoquiam.
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G. M. Lewis, Asst. Bank Examiner.............. Olympia.
W. Va........L. R. Charter, Com. of Banking.................... West Union.
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Helen S. Barringer, Deputy Commissioner.Charleston.
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Nina B. Wills, Typist.........................................Charleston.
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H. P. Brightwell, Bank Examiner..................Charleston.
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M. Workman, Bank Examiner....................... Keyser.
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C. F. Smith, Bank Examiner............................ West Union.
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F. O. Lamb, Bank Examiner............................ Bluefield.
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John J. Nash, Bank Examiner........................ Huntington.
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K. S. Coleman, Bank Exam., Bldg. & LoanCharleston.
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O. E. Lawhead, Receiver................................... Clarksburg.
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E. L. Morrison. Receiver....................................Charleston.

S. D............D. A. McCullough, Supt. of Banks................ Pierre.
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A. E. Fossum, Deputy Supt. of Banks......... Pierre.
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F. R. Strain, Asst, to Supt. of Banks............ Pierre
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F. J. Benthin, Special Counsel..........................Pierre.
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U. G. Stevenson. Bank Examiner................... Sioux Falls.
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E. J. Morris, Bank Examiner........................... Aberdeen.
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Chris Hirning, Bank Examiner........................ Mitchell.
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S. E. Anderson, Bank Examiner...................... Sioux Falls.
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F. S. Barber, Bank Examiner........................... Pierre.
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George K. Burt, Bank Examiner. . .*........... Watertown.

Wis............. Arthur C. Kingston, Commissioner of
Banking................................................................Madison.
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Thomas Herreid, Deputy Commissioner.. .Madison.
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C. P. Diggies, Supervisor Bldg. & Loan... .Madison.
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H. F. Ibach, Director of Liquidation..............Madison.
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Chas. T. Shape, Bank Examiner................... Milwaukee.
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W. C. Edwards. Bank Examiner.....................Madison
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E. H. Rothe, Bank Examiner...........................Wauwatosa.
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G. W. Jamieson, Bank Examiner...................Madison.
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I. E. Backus. Bank Examiner......................... Madison.
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Geo. Poundstone, Director of Deferred
Banks....................................................................Mellen.
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S. N. Schafer, Chief Examiner...................... Madison.
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G. A. Shape, Bank Examiner...........................Madison.
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Harry W. Barney, Bank Examiner............. Sparta.
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E. L. Richardson, Bank Examiner................Fond du Lac.
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Nelson C. Ploetz, Examiner............................. Prairie du Sac.
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Thos. M. Purtell, Building and Loan Exam.Milwaukee.
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Stanley R. Caldwell, Building and Loan
Examiner............................................................. Madison.
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Arthur C. Moors, Building and Loan Ex.. .Wauwatosa.
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Herbert E. Platz, Building and Loan Ex.. .Milwaukee.
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Karl V. Schoenecker, Building and Loan
Examiner............................................................. Milwaukee.
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E. G. Hampton, Building and Loan Exam.Madison.
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A. F. Wanta, Building and Loan Exam.. . .Wauwatosa.
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Harry Haslett, Junior Examiner..................... Fond du Lac.
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Clarence C. Steele, Examiner........................... Sparta.
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F. C. Teske, Examiner........................................ Princeton.
R. D. Luther, Examiner.....................................Waupaca.
G. E. Vallier, Asst. Examiner..........................S*uth Milwaukee.
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R. E. Kileen, Asst. Examiner........................... Wautoma.
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Theo. M. Meloy, Asst. Examiner................... Madison.
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M. O. Benninger, Asst. Examiner................... Waterloo.
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Gregory M. Buenzli, Asst. Examiner............ Madison.
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Guerdon M. Matthews, Asst. Examiner. . .Milwaukee.
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John O. Brown. Asst. Examiner...................... Lake Geneva.
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Carl A. Juvrud, Asst. Examiner...................... Neillsville.
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Hugh Helmer, Asst. Examiner......................... Milwaukee.
Basil I. Peterson, Asst. Examiner.................. Madison.
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Omer Houkom, Bank Examiner...................... Green Bay.
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M. J. Cashel, Mgr. Real Estate—Delinquent
Banks.................................................................... Madison.

Tenn...........D. D. Robertson, Supt. of Banks...................512-14 Bennie Dillon
Bldg.. Nashville.
Hallum W. Goodloe, Deputy & Chief ClerkNashville.
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J. F. Hunt, Bank Examiner...............................Memphis.
H. G. Bratton, Bank Examiner......................Nashville.
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J. M. Davis, Bank Examiner............................Lawrenceburg
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H. B. Clarke, Bank Examiner...........................Troy.
W. A. Dance. Bank Examiner.........................Knoxville.
H. R. Jordan, Bank Examiner....................... Nashville.
Texas..........James Shaw. Banking Commissioner............State Capitol. Austin
F. C. Branson, Deputy Banking Com..........State Capitol,Austin
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L. J. Davis, Bank Examiner............................. State Capitol,Austin
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W. W. Dees, Bank Examiner............................State Capitol,Austin
J. M.Falkner, Bank Examiner.......................State Capitol,Austin
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W. N. Greer, Bank Examiner.......................... State Capitol,Austin
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H. W. Barton, Bank Examiner........................ State Capitol,Austin
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C. S. Holderness, Bank Examiner...................State Capitol .Austin
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M. E. Hulsey, Bank Examiner........................ State Capitol,Austin
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E. W. Jamison, Bank Examiner...................... State Capitol,Austin
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J. T. McMillin, Bank Examiner......................State Capitol,Austin
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G. A. Swaim, Bank Examiner.......................... State Capitol,Austin
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Walter B. Rider, Bank Examiner....................State Capitol,Austin
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G. H. Heath, Bank Examiner...........................State Capitol,Austin
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Phil. Nolan, Asst. Bank Examiner................. State Capitol,Austin
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A. G. Adams, Jr., Asst. Bank Examiner. . .State Capitol,Austin
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John Kvinta, Asst. Bank Examiner............... State Capitol,Austin
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A. O. Nicholson, Asst. Bank Examiner. .. .State Capitol,Austin
Utah.......... John A. Malia, Bank Commissioner, Room
217, State Capitol Bldg................................. Salt Lake City.
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Ernest C. Robbins, Chief Bank Examiner. .Salt Lake City.
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H. R. Hurren, Bank Examiner........................ Salt Lake City.
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J. W. Jones, Bank Examiner.............................Salt Lake City.
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J. M. Knapp, Bldg. & Loan Examiner. . . .Salt Lake City.
Vt................ R. C. Clark, Bank Commissioner, State St.Montpelier.
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Kathleen E. O’Leary, Chief Clerk.................. Barre.
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L. H. Lavalley. Bank Examiner......................Rutland.
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R. D. Watkins, Bank Examiner...................... Barre.
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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.
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E. J. Smith, Bank Examiner............................. Saluda.

Wyo........... Wm. Reeves, Jr., State Examiner...................State Capitol Bldg.
Cheyenne.
O. Bertagnolli. Bank Examiner.....................Cheyenne.
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J. E. Foreman, Examiner................................... Cheyenne.

LIST OF NATIONAL BANK EXAMINERS AND DISTRICTS
January 4, 1933
Name and Federal
Reserve District

j

Address

CHIEF NATIONAL BANK EXAMINER

ASSISTANT CHIEF NATIONAL BANK EXAMINERS
of the Currency, Wash- ’
of the Currency, Wash­
of the Currency, Wash­
of the Currency, Wash­
of the Currency, Wash­

Williams, F. D. (1)................... Federal Reserve Bank Bldg., Boston, Mass.
Roberts, L. K. (2).................... 525 Federal Res. Bk. Bldg., New York, N. Y. i
Newnham, Stephen L. (3).... 1500 Walnut St.,Room 1503, Philadelphia, Pa. 1
Taylor, William (4)..................715 Federal Res. Bk. Bldg., Cleveland, Ohio.
Chorpening, I. I. (5)................ Nat.Metropolitan Bk.Bldg.,Washington,D.O.
Robb, Ellis D. (6).....................717 First National Bank Bldg., Atlanta, Ga.
Leyburn, A. P. (7).................... 164 W. Jackson Blvd.,Room 1209, Chicago, Ill.
Neill, Robt. (8)...........................1310 Federal Commerce Trust Bldg., St.
Louis, Mo.


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Abrahamson, M. (3).................. 1500 Walnut St., Rm. 1503, Philadelphia, Pa.
Allen, E. F. (10)......................... 800 Federal Res. Bk. Bldg., Kansas City, Mo.
Amrhein, J. A. (5)..................... 628 P. O. Bldg., Baltimore, Md.
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).....................Statler Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y.
Austin, James W. (4) (R.F.C.)Washington, D. C.

DISTRICT CHIEF NATIONAL BANK EXAMINERS
(By Federal Reserve Districts)

(Rec.) Acting as Receiver of a National Bank.
(R.F.C.) Reconstruction Finance Corporation.

Address

Baldridge, W. H. (9)................ 1334 First National Soo Line Bldg., Minne­
apolis, Minn.
Wright, Irwin D. (10).............. 800 Federal Res. Bk. Bldg., Kansas City, Mo.
Collier, Richard H. (11)...........1706 Republic Bank Bide., Dallas, Texas.
Madland, L. L. (12)..................155 Montgomery St., Rm. 1103, San Fran­
cisco, Calif.

Folger, W. P.................................Office, Comptroller of the Currency, Wash­
ington, D. C.

Cros8en, 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.
Wilson, C. F................................. Office Comptroller
ington, D. C.

Name and Federal
Reserve District

Bailey, J. L. (5).......................... National Metropolitan Bk. Bldg., Washing­
ton, D. C.
Baker, W. B. (3).........................1500 Walnut St., Room 1503, Philadelphia,Pa.
Barnett, M. L., Jr. (5)..............P. O. Box 958, Charlotte, N. O.
Basham. A. A. (6)......................P. O. Box 940, Knoxville, Tenn.
Baty, W. R. (7)..........................P. O. Box 435, Clinton, Iowa.
Baugh, G. W. (7)....................... 309 New Federal Bldg., Des Moines, Iowa.
Beaton, Otis VV. (2)...................525 Federal Res. Bk. Bldg., New York. N.Y.
Beatty, Robert S. (7)............... 164 W. Jackson Blvd., Rm. 1209, Chicago, Ill.
Becker. E. J., Jr. (10).............. P. O. Box 186, Clinton, Okla.
Bina, James C. (3)..................... 1500 Walnut St., Rm. 1503, Philadelphia, Pa.
Bishop, R. O. (10)..................... 800 Federal Res. Bk. Bldg., Kansas City, Mo.
Black, H. W. (2).........................525 Federal Res. Bk. Bldg., New York, N.Y.
Blanz, W. H. (J.G.) (5)........... National Metropolitan Bk. Bldg., Washing­
ton. D. O.

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

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January 4, 1933
Name and Federal
Reserve District

Name and Federal
Reserve District

Address

NATIONAL BANK EXAMINERS—Continued

Nelson, F. S. (10)........................ 202 Federal Bldg., Grand Island, Neb.
Nelson, Nels (9)............................1334 First National Soo Line Bldg., Minne­
apolis, Minn.
Nielson. Geo. W. (2)..................525 Federal Reserve Bldg., New York, N. Y.
Norman, Louis A. (4)................ P. O. Box 473, Newcastle, Pa.
North, R. B. (10)......................... P. O. Box 1920, Wichita, Kan.

Bleakley, B. J. (4).......................601 Federal Reserve Bldg., Pittsburgh, Pa.
Boyle, L. J. (9)............................. P. O. Box 471, Fargo, N. D.
Boysen, Alfred (3).......................Post Office Bldg., Wilkes-Barre, Pa.
Brogan, John C., Jr. (2).......... 525 Federal Reserve Bank Bldg., New York.
N. Y.
Brown, H. L. (7).......................... 164 W. Jackson Blvd., Rm. 1209, Chicago, Ill.
Burke, Lysle S. (7)...................... 164 W. Jackson Blvd., Room 1209, Chicago,
Ill.
Burt, Ross M. (10)......................350 Colorado N. Bk. Bldg., Denver, Colo.
Byrne, James J. (6)....................P. O. Box 741, Montgomery, Ala.

O’Brien, L. J. (7)......................... P. O. Box 553, Sioux City, Iowa.
Ockershausen, F. C. (5)........... Nat’l Metropolitan Bk. Bldg., Washington,
D. C.
O’Conner, T. J. (2)......................P. O. Box 561, Syracuse, N. Y.
Olson, W. W. (9).........................201 Security Nat’l. Bk. Bldg., Sioux Falls, S. D.
Oyen, Finn (9) (J. G.)................P. O. Box 471, Fargo, N. D.

Carter, Aubrey B......................... Room 348, Treasury Dept., Washington, D.C.
Clark, Lewis H. (5).................... Stonewall Jackson Hotel, Clarksburg, W. Va.
Clarke, A. A. (4).......................... 307 Leonard Bldg., Washington, Pa.
Coffin, George M. (Rec.)......... Care of Citizens National Bank, Woon­
socket, R. I.
Coffin, G. S. (12)......................... 155 Montgomery St.. Rm. 1103, San Fran­
cisco. Calif.
Coggins, J. D. (10)....................Box 1091, Oklahoma City, Okla.
Cooke. A. J. (12) ....................... 638 H. W. Heilman Bldg., Los Angeles, Calif.
Crawford, H. M. (3) (J.G.)... 1500 Walnut St., Room 1503, Philadelphia,Pa.
Cunningham, F. F. (6)............. P. O. Box 1176, Lakeland, Fla.
Cutler. W. A. (7).........................P. O. Box F. F., Wisconsin Rapids, Wis.

Palmer. R. E. A. (12)................ P. O. Box 2563, Boise, Idaho.
Parker, Edw. F. (1)....................Federal Reserve Bank Bldg., Boston. Mass.
Patterson, T. C. (11).................1706 Republic Bank Bldg., Dallas, Tex.
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. (llj......................P. O. Box 1223. Shreveport, La.
Pole, John H. (4)........................ 700 National Bank of West Virginia Bldg.,
Wheeling, W. Va.
Price, A. E. (12)...........................155 Montgomery St., Rm. 1103, San Fran­
cisco, Calif.
Prickett. Karl E. (2)................. 525 Federal Res. Bk. Bldg., New York, N. Y.

Davenport, H. B. (3)................ 1500 Walnut St., Rm. 1503, Philadelphia, Pa.
DeBaun, Claude (2)...................P. O. Box 442, Utica, N. Y.
Dolan, Reed (6)........................... P. O. Box 442. Albany, Ga.
Donahue, C. A. (12).................. 1107 A. Mattei Bldg., Fresno. Calif.
Donahue, W. II. (10).................800 Federal Res. Bk. Bldg., Kansas City, Mo.
Donovan, Leo D. (7).................P. O.
Box 363, Waterloo, la.
Dooley, Thomas E. (1)............ 64 Riggs Ave., West Hartford, Conn.
Douglas, A. M. (2)..................... P. O.
Box 221, Albany, N. Y.
Dresler, H. B. (4)........................ P. O. Box 14, Mansfield, Ohio.
Dunlap, Thomas C. (3)............ 1500 Walnut St., Room 1503, Philadelphia.Pa.
Dye, S. W. (7)..............................801 Central Nat’l Bank Bldg., Peoria, Ill.
Faris, A. B. (4)............................. P. O.
Box 506, Richmond, Ky.
Finney, R. Gordon (3)..............P. O.
Box 491. Williamsport, Pa.
Foster, C. W. (11).......................Care Federal Reserve Bank, Houston, Tex.
Francis. C. C. (2)........................ 525 Fed. Res. Bk. Bldg., New York, N. Y.
Fraser, J. A. (R.F.C.)...............Washington, D. C.
Freeman, O. M. (1)....................205 Governor St., Providence, R. I.
Fuller, Harry R. (7)................... P. O. Box 592, Indianapolis, Ind.
Funsten. W. P. (12)................... 639 H. W. Heilman Bldg., Los Angeles, Calif.
Galvin, E. H. (12) (J. G.)... . 155 Montgomery St., Room 1103, San
Francisco, Calif.
Gentry, J. II. (9)......................... 9 Midland Bk. Bldg., Billings, Mont.
Gilbert, H. B. (11)......................P. O. Box .318, Wichita Falls, Texas.
Glazier, Chas. A. (12).................639 H. W. Heilman Bldg.. Los Angeles. Calif.
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.)................... Care of First National Bk., Blythe, Calif.
Green. A. W. (l)..........................Fed. Reserve Bk. Bldg., Boston, Mass.
Griffin, Gerald (1) (J. G.). . . .22 West St., Suite E., Rutland, Vt.
Guiles, F. A. (6)...........................717 First National Bank Bldg., Atlanta, Ga.

Ickler, L. H., Jr. (9)................... 15 Federal Bldg., Duluth, Minn.
Jorres, G. W. (12) (J.G.)......... 205 Post Office Bldg., Santa Ana, Calif.
Julius, W. E. (4).......................... P. O. Box 621, Cincinnati, Ohio.
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)....................426 Carsonia Ave., Pennside, Reading, Pa.
Krippel, F. W. (R.F.C)............ Washington, D. C.

Rafter, Charles T. (10)............ P. O. Box 551, Cheyenne, Wyo.
Ransom, F. T. (3).......................1500 Walnut St., Room 1503. Philadelphia.Pa.
Rasmussen, L. I. (12) (J.G.) .639 H. W. Heilman Bldg., Los Angeles, Calif.
Rees, Frank A. (10)................... 800 Federal Reserve Bank Bldg., Kansas City,
Mo.
Regan, W. A. (7).........................405 Federal Reserve Bank Bldg., Detroit,
Mich.
Reimers, D. H. (7)..................... 164 W. Jackson Blvd., Room 1209, Chicago,
Ill.
Reitz. II. A. (2)........................... 525 Federal Res. Bk. Bldg., New York, N.Y.
Reynolds, J. R. (2).....................525 Federal Res. Bk. Bldg., New York, N. Y.
Rial, Ben. P. (2).......................... 525 Federal Res. Bk. Bldg., New York, N.Y.
Roberts, Jr., L. K. (2).............. 525 Federal Res. Bk. Bldg., New York, N. Y.
Robinson, H. P. (2)....................525 Federal Res. Bk. Bldg., New York, N.Y.
Roetzel, G. F. (10)..................... P. O. Box 1091. Oklahoma City, Okla.
Rossman, R. (R. F. C.)............ Washington, D. C.
Rummel, John T. (12).............. 514 P. O. Bldg., Portland, Ore.

Taylor, O. C. (12)....................... 2730 So. Normandie St., Los Angeles, Calif.
Taylor, Wm. M. (5)................... Nat’l Metropolitan Bk. Bldg., Washington,
Tolton, A. F. (12)........................639 H. W. Heilman Bldg., Los Angeles, Calif.
Underwood, C. E. (4)................New Federal Reserve Bank Bldg., Pittsburgh,
Pa.
Underwood, M. L. (8)...............1310 Federal' Commerce Trust Bldg. St.
Louis, Mo.

Lamb, Ernest (11)...................... 1706 Republic Bank Bldg., Dallas, Tex.
Lammond, W. M. (6)............... P. O. Box 1364, New Orleans, La.
Larsen, Walter (2)...................... 525 Federal Res. Bk. Bldg., New York, N. Y.
Lewis, Wm. II., Jr. (6) (J.G.).717 First National Bank Bldg., Atlanta, Ga.
Lilly, John F. (8).........................1310 Fed. Com. Tr. Bldg., St. Louis, Mo.
Linden, C. C. (12)...................... 403 Empire State Bldg., Spokane, Wash.
Logan, J. M. (Rec.)....................Care of First National Bank, Charlotte, N. C.
Lorang, P. J. (2)...........................525 Fed. Res. Bk. Bldg., New York, N. Y.
Luiken, John B. (6).................... 823 Comer Bldg., Birmingham, Ala.
Luscombe. A. P. (2)....................525 Fed. Res. Bk. Bldg., New York, N. Y.
Lyon, C. W. (10)......................... P. O. Box 135, Norfolk, Neb.
Lyons, Gibbs (U)........................ Div. of Insolvent National Banks. Office of
Comptroller of the Currency, Treasury
Dept., Washington, D. C.

Van Brunt, L. J. (9)..................1716 St. Anthony Ave., St. Paul, Minn.
Vandoren, W. T. (5) (J.G.).. .National Metropolitan Bank Bldg., Washing­
ton, D. C.
Voight, Howell, B. (1)...............The Carpenter, Manchester, N. II.
Von Birgelen, F. M. (9)...........1334 First National Soo Line Bldg., Minne­
apolis, Minn.
Waldron, W. J. (12)...................205 P. O. Bldg., Santa Ana, Calif.
Walker, Harry W. (7)...............P. O. Box 27, Grand Rapids. Mich.
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.
Wetzel, Adam (2)........................525 Federal Reserve Bank Bldg., New York,
N. Y.
Wilde, Max C. (12)....................514 P. O. Bldg., Portland, Ore.
Wilde, Otto F. (5)......................Natl. Metropolitan Bk. Bldg., Washington,
D. C.
Williams, E. L. (10)................... P. O. Box 296, Salina. Kan.
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, D. R. (5)...........................Pulaski National Bank Bldg., Pulaski, Va.
Woodside, Hal (8).......................124S Washington Ave., Springfield, Mo.
Wray, H. L. (9)........................... 1334 First National Soo Line Bldg., Minne­
apolis, Minn.
Wright, E. M. (12).....................Care Fed. Res. Bank, Salt Lake City, Utah

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)...................... 717 First National Bank Bldg., Atlanta. Ga.
McCoy,Thomas P.(12)(J. G.).522 Central Bldg., Seattle, Wash.
McGinnis, Francis J. (3).........1500 Walnut St..Room 1503, Philadelphia, Pa.
McLaren, D. D. (9)...................Room 15, Federal Bldg., Duluth, Minn.
McLean, O. H (12)................... 522 Central Bldg. .Seattle, Wash.
McLean, Roger A. (7).............. P. O. Box 115, Springfield, Ill.
Male, W. N. (10)........................P. O. Box 1082, Pueblo, Colo.
Medill, Geo. L. (3)................... P. O. Box 61, Lancaster, Pa.
Miller, P. V. (10).........................800 Federal Res. Bk. Bldg., Kansas City. Mo.
Mooney, Russel E. (8)..............P. O. Box 1092, Louisville, Ky.
Morgan, C. E. (12).....................155 Montgomery St., Room 1103, San
Francisco, Calif.
Morgan, W. M. (8) (Rec.). . .Care Henderson National Bank, Henderson,
Ky.
Motter, Charles W. (5)............ P. O. Box 493, Richmond, Va.
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Quinn, H. F. (7).................. •. .164 W. Jackson Blvd., Room 1209, Chicago.
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Sales, J. A. (2)..............................525 Federal Res. Bk. Bldg., New York, N. Y.
Sanders, J. L. (7)........................ P. O Box 692, 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, Robert M. (R. F.C).Washington, D. O.
Sedlacek, L. II............................... Care Div. of Insolvent National Banks, Office
Comptroller Currency Treasury Dept,
Washington, D. C.
Sevison, Henry (8)...................... 515 Boyle Bldg., Little Rock, Ark.
Shapirer, Leo. (12)......................219 P. O. Bldg., Klamath Falls, Ore.
Shull, Sherman C. (4)............... 715 Federal Reserve Bank Bldg..Cleveland, O.
Sibley, W. L. (11)........................P. O. Box 1584, Waco, Texas.
Smith, E. T. (4)................. ..
.Box 463, Columbus, Ohio.
Smith, Geo. F. (3)....................... P. O. Box 981, Harrisburg, Pa.
Smith, Geo. H. (Rec.)...............Care of Union National Bk., Connellsville, Pa.
Snyder, Vernon G. (3).............. P. O. Box 231. Sunbury, Pa.
Spendrup, Max V. (12).............639 II. W. Heilman Bldg., Los Angeles, Calif.
Starkey, Gordon E. (4)............ 307 Leonard Bldg., Washington, D. C.
Starr, Douglas O. (5) (J.G.). .National Metropolitan Bank Bldg., Wash­
ington, D. C.
Stevens, L. T. (9).........................4929 Pleasant Ave., South, Minneapolis,Minn.
Stewart, Adelia M....................... Rm. 217, Office of Comptroller of Currency,
Treas. Dept., Washington, 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.
Stokes, H. F. (5).......................... 501 Charleston Nat’l Bk. Bldg., Charleston,
W. Va.
Strenz, C. F. (2)...........................525 Federal Res. Bk. Bldg., New York, N. Y.
Stroefer, L. F. (4)........................P. O. Box 14, Mansfield. Ohio.
Stuart, Robt. K. (7)...................906 Michigan Ave., Evanston, Ill.
Swensen, Loren T. (3).............. P. O. Box 32, Altoona, Pa.

Harrison H. G. (8).................... 601 West Oak St., Carbondale, 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 1471, Abilene, Texas.
Hecht, L. C. W. (8)................... 1310 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).............. 507 Farmers Mechanics Bldg., Sacramento,
Calif.
Horton B. E. (11)...................... 1319 13th Ave., Corsicana, Texas.
Hotchkin, Paul L. (2)............... 326 Ten Eyck St., Watertown. N. Y.
Huck, Wm. F. (9)....................... 1334 First National Soo Line Bldg., Minne­
apolis, Minn.
Hurley, Michael J. (1).............. Federal Reserve Bank Bldg., Boston, Mass.
Hutt, William E. (11)...............Sherman, Texas.

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(R.F.C.) Reconstruction Finance Corporation.

Address

Young, William R. (8)............. 407 First National Bk. Bldg., Memphis, Tenn.

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VALUES OF FOREIGN MONEYS

Treasury Department, Office

of the

Secretary.

Washington, D. C., January 1,1933

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 January 1, 1933, 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 percentum 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
m ade at a value measured by such buying rate, as determined and certified by the Federal Reserve Bank of
New York and published by the Secretary of the Treasury pursuant to the provisions of Section 522, Title IV,
of the Tariff Act of 1930.

Ogden L. Mills, Secretary of the Treasury.
Values of Foreign Monetary Units

{At par as regards gold units; non-gold units have no fixed par with gold.)

Value in
Legal Standard. Monetary Unit.

COUNTRY.

Gold

Peso

$0.9648

Gold
Schilling
Gold....................... Relva.......................
Gold

.1407
.1390
.3650

Gold

.5462

___

British Colonies in Austral­ Gold
asia and Africa.
Gold___________ Dollar
Gold.................... . Lev
Gold.................. ..... Dollar
Gold..................—.
Chile —

4.8665

f Hongkong
Dollar < British ...
LMexican ..

Nica.ra.vna. . . _

Rumania
Russia

_

.
...

.

Siam

TTnignay
Yugoslavia......................... .


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A unit of account, used only for customs purposes.

.1957

The Yuan (sometimes known as Yuan dollar) of 100
cents is the monetary unit minted by the Central
Government of the Republic.
Old Mexican dollars only, issued prior to 1918.

.1986

.2001
.9733
.4653

Peso .. .
..... ..
Krone__________
Krona
____ .

1,0000

PoundClOO masters)
Kroon

4.9431
.2680
.0252

.2000

.2382
4.8665

Gold
............
Gold___
Gold......... ............. Rupee
Gold
Gold............ .........
Gold
Gold.......................
Gold

.5000
.1749
.3650
.3918
.0526
.4985
.1930
1.0000

Gold
Gold
Gold
Gold
Gold
Gold

___

.1000

Peso

.4985

.4020
1.0000
1.0000
.2680
1.0000
.9648

___ Cordoba

Gold
Gold
Gold
Gold .. .
Gold
Gold

Sol
Peso .......
Zlotv
Len ...
Ruble.

Gold.......................
Gold
Raht (Tical) ......
Gold
Peseta.
Gold
Gold
____
Gold.......................
Gold
Gold
Gold
Gold.......................

Currency; Government paper and silver.
Law establishing conversion office fixes ratio 4 colons
(nongold) =$1.

.0296

.2680
1.0000

.0130
1.0000
.2000

............

China’s import duties are levied on a gold basis, the
► gold unit being defined as 60.1866 centigrams pure
gold (equal 40 cents U. S.). China’s export duties
remain on a silver basis.

D. S. money is principal circulating medium.

.0392

Pound sterling ___

Gold

Phillippine Islands ._
Poland

.3073
.3020
.3011
.2889
.2950
.2794
.2826
.2927
.2989
.2832
.2904
.2944
.2759
.2790
.3039
.2927

Gold
Gold........... ...........
Gold __

Gold
Gold

Currency: Government paper, convertible at 4.567
paper milreis to the gold milreis ($0.1196), by decree
of May 23. 1928.

.1217

Gold .
____ Peso.
Gold.... ............
Gold ..... .
Gold
Gol d____
Gold____ ____
Gold................ .....
Gold .... _
Gold.......
Gold
Gold
Gold
.......
Gold......................

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

1.0000

Canton ....
Chefoo —.
Chin Kiang
Foochow ..
Tael.' Hankow ...
Kiaochow .
(A
unit Nanking...
of
Newchwang
Silver_________^ value Ningpo....
as
Peiping.—
(Stated values are
here Shanghai..
estimated market used;
Swatow
...
values, in gold, of
silver content of not a Takow........
coin.)
^Tientsin
..
units.)
1

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

1.0000
.0072

.

'Haikwan...

r

Greece

Remarks.

Franc
Peso
Rolivar
Dinar.......................
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Obligation to sell gold at legal monetary par sus­
pended, effective Sept. 21,1931.
Currency; National bank notes redeemable on demand
in American dollars.

Currency: Depreciated silver token coins.
Currency: Notes of the Bank of Lithuania.
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.

Currency: Depreciated Paraguayan paper currency.

.0487

Rial currency effective March 21, 1932, with 1 rial
equivalent to 1 kran of old system.

.2800
.5000
.1122
.0442
.0060
.5146

Established by decree of April 18,1931,

.5000
.4424
.1930
.5678
.2680
.1930
.0440
1.0342
.1930
.0176

By decree of June 6,1931, effective July 1,1931.
Pre-war unit.
rubles.)

(One Soviet chervonetz =10 gold

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

(100 piasters equal to the Turkish £.)
Currency: Inconvertible paper.
By law of May 11,1931, effective June 28, 1931.

TABLE OF CARDINAL NUMBERS AND COMMERCIAL TERMS IN TEN LANGUAGES

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12
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ENGLISH.

FRENCH.

GERMAN.

SPANI8H.

ITALIAN.

PORTUGUESE.

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...................

Un.......................
Deux...................
Trois...................
Quatre...............
Cinq...................
Six......................
Sept....................
Huit...................
Neuf...................
Dix.....................
Onze...................
Douze.................
Treize.................
Quatorze...........
Quinze...............
Seize...................
Dix-sept.............
Dix-huit.............
Dix-neuf.............
Vingt..................
Vingt-et-un........
Trente...............
Quarante...........
Cinquante.........

Ein.....................
Zwei...................
Drei....................
Vier.....................
Fvinf...................
Sechs...................
Sieben.................
Acht...................
Neun...................
Zehn...................
Elf.......................
Zwolf..................
Dreizehn.............
Vierzehn.............
Fiinfzehn...........
Sechzehn ...........
Siebzehn.............
Achtzehn...........
Neunzehn...........
Zwanzig.............
Ein und zwanzig.
Dreiszig.............
Vierzig................
Fiinfzig...............

Uno.....................
Dos.....................
Tres...................
Cuatro...............
Cinco.................
Seis.....................
Siete...................
Ocho...................
Nueve.................
Diez...................
Once...................
Doce...................
Trece.................
Catorce...............
Quince...............
Diez y seis.........
Diez y siete........
Diez y ocho........
Diez y nueve....
Veinte.................
Veinte y uno.. . .
Treinta...............
Cuarenta...........
Cincuenta .........

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.........
Vint.e...............
Vinte um...........
Trinta..
Quarenta...........

60 Sixty................... Soixante............. Sechzig............... Sesenta............... Sessanta..........
70 Seventy ............. Soixante-dix .... Siebenzig........... Setenta............... Settanta.............
80 Eighty ............... Quatre-vingt.... Achtzig............... Ochenta............. Ottanta
90 Ninety............... Quatre-vingt-dix. Neunzig............. Noventa............. Novanta,. . .
100 Hundred............. Cent................... Hundert............. Cien................... Cento.................
1000 Thousand........... Mille................... Tausend............. MU..................... Mille...................
Day..................... Jour.................... Tag..................... Dfa..................... Giomo...............
Week.................. Semaine............. Woche............... Semana............... Settimana.........
Month............... Mois................... Monat................. Mes..................... Mese...................
Year................... Ann6e................. Jahr.................... Ano..................... Anno...................
On demand....... A presentation. . Nach Sicht, or bei A presentacidn .. A presentazione.
Vorzeigung.
At sight............. A vue................. Auf Sicht........
A la vista........... A vista...............
After sight......... A jours de vue .. Nach Sicht......... A.. dfas vista.. . . Dopo vista........
After date......... A jours de date.. Nach Dato, or A.. dfas fecha. . . Dopo dato.........
nach Heute.
Pay to the order. Payez h l’ordre. . Fur mich, or uns A la orden......... Pagate al l’ordine
an anweisung.
I promise to pay. Je payerai......... Werde ich, or wer- Pagare............... Paghero
denwirbezahlen
With interest.. .. Avec interets.. .. Mit Zinsen.
Con interes........ Con interesse.. . .

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DUTCH.
Een.......
Twee.. ..
Drie.......
Vier.................
Vijf.......
Zes.
Zeven ..
Acht..
Negen. . . .
Tien ....
Elf...........
Dertien.
Veertien
Vijftien.

RUSSIAN.

Tri . .
Chet.ire

DANISH.

To

SWEDISH.

Tv4

Svv
°
J V.....................
Ni
Ti
Dvyenadtsat.... Tolv

Nio
Tio
Elfva
Tolf

Chetirnadsat....

Zeventien.
Achtien.
Vosemnadtsat...
Negent.ien
Devyatnadtsat..
Twintig
Enen Twintig... Dvadtsat-odin ..
Dert.ig..
Veertig...............
Vijftie*.
Halvtredsindstyve................
Tredsindstyve. ..
Setenta.
Zeventig....
Halvfjerdsmdstyve.
Vosemdesyat.... Firsindstyve ....
Halvfemsindstyve
Honderd.
. ..
Cem...............
Mil.................
Duizend...........
Dag.................
Dia...........
Semana...........
Week.......
Mez.. . .
Maand...
Anno.......
Jaar.
God
A presentsgao... Op vertoon........ Po trebovaniyu.. Paa anfordring..

Tjueu

Attio...................
Nittio...................

OAr
Pa anfordring....

A vista............. Op zicht...
Po predyavlenii..
A.. dias vista .. . Dagen na zigt... Posle predyavlenii
A.. dias data.... Dagen na dato.. Dato.............
Pagase a ordem.. Voor my aan de
Behag at betale Behagar att betaOrder.
til odre.
Ik neem aan te Ia obyeschaju... Jeg forpligter mig Jag forpligtar mig
betalan.
att betala.
Com interesse... Met interest .... S protsentami... Med rente......... Med ranta...........

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Numerical System of the A. B. A.
TN 1911 the American Bankers Association adopted what is known as the
“Numerical Transit System,” which has proved of great benefit to the
banking world.
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 was 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 MfNally & 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 Fourteenth Edition was published October 1, 1932.


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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 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.

Ex-officio Members
WILLIAM H. WOODIN,
Secretary of the Treasury, Chairman.

EUGENE MEYER, Governor
CHARLES S. HAMLIN
ADOLPH C. MILLER

Comptroller of the Currency.

GEORGE R. JAMES

FLOYD R. HARRISON,
Assistant to the Governor
CHESTER MORRILL, Secretary

LEO H. PAULGER, Chief, Division of Ex­
aminations.
E. A. GOLDENWEISER, Director, Division
of Research and Statistics.

e. m.

McClelland,
Assistant Secretary.
J. C. NOELL, Assistant Secretary and Fiscal
Agent.

CARL E. PARRY, Assistant Director, Divi­
sion of Research and Statistics.
E. L. SMEAD, Chief, Division of Bank
Operations.

WALTER WYATT, General Counsel.

FEDERAL ADVISORY COUNCIL—(1933)
THOMAS M. STEELE, Boston, District No. 1

MELVIN A. TRAYLOR, Vice-President,
Chicago, District No. 7
GEORGE W. DAVISON,
WALTER
W.
SMITH,
President,
New York, District No. 2
St. Louis, District No. 8
HOWARD A. LOEB,
THEODORE WOLD,
Philadelphia, District No. 3
Minneapolis, District No. 9
WALTER S. McLUCAS,
H. C. McELDOWNEY,
Cleveland, District No. 4
Kansas City, District No. 10
J.
H.
FROST,
Dallas,
District No. 11
HOWARD BRUCE, Richmond, District No. 5
HENRY M. ROBINSON,
JOHN K. OTTLEY, Atlanta, District No. 6
San Francisco, District No. 12
WALTER LICHTENSTEIN, Secretary

0Combined statement of the twelve Federal Reserve Districts as of January 25, 1933)
LIABILITIES
F. R. notes in actual circulation..

RESOURCES
.12,705,667,000

Gold with Federal Reserve Agents.......... $2,390,103,000
Gold redemption fund with U. S. Treasury
37,736,000
Gold held exclusively against F. R. notes 2,427,839,000
Gold settlement fund with F. R. Board.. 432,095,000
Gold and gold certificates held by banks. . 398,767,000

Deposits:
Member bank—reserve account

. 2,513,199,000

Government.................................

12,811,000

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

33,640,000

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

27,594,000

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

Total gold reserves................................. $3,258,701,000
Reserves other than gold...........................
201,498,000

$2,587,244,000

Total reserves..............................
Non-reserve cash.................................
Bills discounted:
Secured by U. S. Govt, obligations
Other bills discounted....................

$3,460,199,000
86,443,000

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

$ 264,698,000
31,496,000

68,543,000
196,155,000

420,890,000
319,760,000
1,022,661,000

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

301,658,000

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

$1,763,311,000
4,526,000

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

151,201,000

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

278,599,000

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

20,296,000

Total bills and securities
Gold held abroad..........................
Due from foreign banks...............
F. R. notes of other banks..........
Uncollected items..........................
Bank premises...............................
All other resources........................

$2,064,031,000
13,589,000
3,487,000
15,452,000
300,746,000
53,880,000
46,838,000

TOTAL RESOURCES

$6,044,665,000

TOTAL LIABILITIES


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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 Connecticut;
except Fairfield County. Membership: National Banks 338; State Banks 29. Total 367.

DIRECTORS
CLASS A:—ALFRED L. RIPLEY (1935), Boston; F. S. CHAMBERLAIN (1934), New Britain, Conn.; EDWARD
S. KENNARD (1933), Rumford, Maine.
CLASS B:—PHILIP R. ALLEN (1935), East Walpole, Mass.; EDWARD S. FRENCH (1934), Springfield, Vermont;
EDWARD J. FROST (1933), Boston, Mass.
CLASS C:—FREDERIC H. CURTISS (1935), Boston, Chairman of Board and Federal Reserve Agent;
ALLEN HOLLIS (1933), 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; FREDERIC H. CURTISS, Federal Reserve Agent; CHARLES F. GETTEMY, Assistant Federal
Reserve Agent.
ASSISTANT CASHIERS:—ELLIS G. HULT, ERNEST M. LEAVITT, CARL B. PITMAN, and L. WALLACE
SWEETSER.

HARRY F. CURRIER, Auditor.

PHILLIPS KETCHUM, Boston, Mass., General Counsel.

0Statement of December 28,1982)
RESOURCES
Gold with Federal Reserve Agent..................... $184,227,000
Gold redemption fund with U. S. Treasury.
2,125,000
Gold held exclusively against F. R. notes .$186,352,000
Gold settlement fund with F. R. Board......... 12,658,000
Gold and gold certificates held by bank........
13,969,000
Total gold reserve.............................................$212,979,000

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

$197,804,000

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

118,062,000

Government.....................................................

2,068,000

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

1,480,000

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

6o,000
_________

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

$121,675,000

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

42,261,000

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

10,856,000

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

20,039,000

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

1,103,000

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

$ 74,259,000

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

$393,738,000

Reserves other than gold.....................................
Total reserves.................................................

16,241,000
$229,220,000

Non-reserve cash....................................................
Bills discounted:
Sec. by U. S. Government obligations....
Other bills discounted......................................
Total bills discounted..................................

4,640,000
4,462.000
8,921,000
$ 13,383,000
$2,261,000

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

20,334,000
16,527,000
59,807,000
$96,668,000
$112,312,000

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

228,000
351,000
42,687,000
3,336,000
964,000
$47,566,000
$393,738,000

CHECK COLLECTION TIME SCHEDULE
M ember banks depositing checks 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.
♦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.
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.

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 transfer and exchange
drafts; United States Treasury checks and warrants.
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, *Pennsyl vania,
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
Columbia, *Florida, *Georgia, *Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, *Kansas,


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FEDERAL RESERVE BANK INFORMATION
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 County of
Fairfield, Connecticut. Membership: National Banks 690; State Banks 39; Trust Companies 105. Total 834, as of
January 1, 1933. Non-members 510, including Savings Banks. Total number of banks in District No. 2, 1,344.
DIRECTORS

J.

New York City, Chairman.
David C. Warner, Endicott, N. Y. President, Endicott
Trust Company, Endicott, N. Y.
Edward K. Mills, Morristown, N. J., President, Morris­
Albert H. Wiggin, New York City, Director, The Chase
town Trust Company.
National Bank of the City of New York.
Samuel W. Reyburn, New York City, President, Associ­
Clarence M. Woolley, Greenwich, Conn., Chairman,
ated Dry Goods Corporation of New York.
American Radiator and Standard Sanitary Corporation.
Walter C. Teagle, New York City, President, Standard
Owen D. Young, New York City, Deputy Chairman,
Oil Company (New Jersey).
Chairman, General Electric Company.
OFFICERS
Herbert Case,

George

L. Harrison, Governor

W. Randolph Burgess, Deputy Governor
Jay E. Crane, Deputy Governor
Arthur W. Gilbart, Deputy Governor

Edwin R. Kenzel, Deputy Governor
Walter S. Logan, Deputy Governor and General Counsel
Leslie R. Rounds, Deputy Governor

Louis F. Sailer, Deputy Governor
Charles H. Coe, Assistant Deputy Governor
L. Werner Knoke, Assistant Deputy Governor
Ray M. Gidney, Assistant Deputy Governor
Walter B. Matteson, Assistant Deputy Governor
J. Wilson Jones, Assistant Deputy Governor
James M. Rice, Assistant Deputy Governor
Allan Sproul, Assistant Deputy Governor and Secretary
Dudley H. Barrows, Manager, Administration Department
Wesley W. Burt, Manager, Accounting Department
Donald J. Cameron, Manager, Foreign Department
Edward O. Douglas, Manager, Collection Department
Edwin C. French, Manager, Cash Department
Herbert H. Kimball, Assistant Counsel
Robert F. McMurray, Manager, Government Bond and

Jacques A. Mitchell, Manager, Credit Department
Robert M. Morgan, Manager, Bill Department
Arthur Phelan, Manager, Discount Department
William A. Scott, Manager, Government Bond and Safe­

keeping Department
I. Ward Waters, Manager, Check Department

Safekeeping Department.

MEMBER FEDERAL ADVISORY COUNCIL
George W. Davison, President Central Hanover Bank & Trust Co., New York, N. Y.

OFFICERS OF FEDERAL RESERVE AGENT’S FUNCTION
J. Herbert Case, Federal Reserve Agent
Harold V. Roelse, Manager, Reports Department and
William H. Dillistin, Assistant Federal Reserve Agent
Herbert S. Downs, Assistant Federal Reserve Agent

Assistant Secretary
Carl Snyder. General Statistician

and Manager, Bank Relations Department
Edward L. Dodge, General Auditor
George W. Ferguson, Assistant General Auditor

(Statement of December SI, 1932)
RESOURCES
Cash Reserves held by this bank against its deposits
and note circulation:
Gold held by Federal Reserve Agent as part of the
collateral deposited by the bank when it obtains
Federal Reserve notes. This gold is lodged
partly in the vaults of the bank and partly with
the Treasurer of the United States...................... $ 616,630,213.92
Gold Redemption Fund in the hands of the Treas­
urer of the United States to be used to redeem
such Federal Reserve notes as are presented to
the Treasury for redemption.................................
6,155,156.59
Gold in the Gold Settlement Fund lodged with the
Treasurer of the United States for the purpose of
settling current transactions between Federal
Reserve districts......................................................
103,792,488.24
Gold and Gold Certificates in vault...........................
289,509,470.99
Legal Tender Notes, Silver, and Silver Certificates
in the vaults of the bank (available as reserve
only against deposits).............................................
52,385,395.00

LIABILITIES
F. R. Notes in actual circulation................................. $ 587,565,860.90

Deposits:
Reserve......................................................................... 1,256,950,857.76
U. S. Government.......................................................

1,950,307.04

Other deposits including deposits of foreign corre­
spondents, non-member banks, etc........................
12,965,444.15

Total deposits........................................................... $1,271,866,608.95

Total Cash Reserves...............................................$1,068,472,724.74
Non-reserve Cash consisting largely of National
Bank Notes, and minor coin.................................. $21,158,222.18
Loans and Investments:
Loans to Member Banks:
On the security of obligations of the United States $25,332.250.00l
On the security of, or by the discount of, com­
mercial or agricultural paper or acceptances..
24,973,979.93
On the security of other collateral under Sec­
tion 10 (b) of the Federal Reserve Act, as
amended................................................................
2,829,347.12
Other Loans.................................................................
465,930.62
Bills bought in the open market..............................
9,780,168.81
United States Government bonds, notes, bills, and
certificates of indebtedness................................
733,353,950.00
Other Securities...........................................................
2,906,775.49

Miscellaneous liabilities:
Deferred items.............................................................

114,499,314.57

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

2,410,521.19

Total Miscellaneous Liabilities............................ $ 116,909,835.76
Capital paid in................................................................

58,619,100.00

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

85,058,421.30

TOTAL LIABILITIES


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Total Loans and Investments........................... $799,642,401.97
Miscellaneous Resources:
Gold Held Abroad....................................................... $72,637,893.28
Checks and Other Items in Process of Collection.. 118,169,814.77
Bank Premises.............................................................
14,393,300.69
All Other Miscellaneous Resources..........................
25,545,469.28

$2,120,019,826.91
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Total Miscellaneous Resources

$230,746,478.02

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

$2,120,019,826.91

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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 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
fTwo Business Days After Receipt—Items payable in Con­
Banks, Federal Reserve Exchange Drafts, Federal Reserve Transfer
necticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Maine, *Maryland,
Drafts.
♦Massachusetts, New Hampshire, **New Jersey. *New York,
♦Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, *Virginia.
fOne Calendar Day After Receipt—Items payable in New York
fFour Business Days After Receipt—Items payable in *Georgia,
City—other than items mentioned above—(when received by
♦Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, *Kansas, *Kentucky, *Michigan, ♦Minne­
9 a.m.), Boston, Buffalo, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Richmond,
sota, *Missouri, *North Carolina, *Ohio, South Carolina, West
Baltimore.
Virginia, Wisconsin.
fTwo Calendar Days After Receipt—Items payable in Cleve­
fFive Business Days After Receipt—Items payable in ♦Ala­
land, Cincinnati, Charlotte, Atlanta, Birmingham, Jacksonville,
bama, *Arkansas, *Florida, Mississippi, *Nebraska, *Oklahoma,
Nashville, Chicago, Detroit, St. Louis, Louisville, Minneapolis,
♦Tennessee.
St. Paul.
fSeven 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, Memphis, Little Rock, Kansas City, Mo., Kansas City,
♦Washington, Wyoming.
Kan., Omaha, Oklahoma City, Dallas.
f When received by cloning time—otherwise credit deferred for one addi­
fFour Calendar Days After Receipt—Items payable in Helena.
tional day. When the day on which credit would otherwise be given is a
Denver, El Paso, Houston, San Antonio, Spokane, Salt Lake City.
Sunday or legal holiday in New York State credit will be given on the
Portland, Ore., Seattle.
following business day. *Except items payable in cities listed sepa­
rately in this schedule. **Except items drawn on or payable at North­
fFive Calendar Days After Receipt—Items payable in San
ern New Jersey Clearing House Association banks.
Francisco, Los Angeles.

BUFFALO BRANCH
(270-276 Main Street)
Directors

Raymond 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.

George G. Kleindinst, President, Liberty Bank of Buffalo.
Edward G. Miner, Chairman. President, Pfaudler Com­

pany, Rochester, N. Y.
George F. Rand, President, Marine Trust Company,

Buffalo.
Robert M. O’Hara, Managing Director.

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
flmmediate Credit—When received by 9 a.m. (8.30 a.m. Satur­
fTwo Business Days After Receipt—Items payable in **New
days)-—items payable in Buffalo and when received by 3 p.m.
Jersey, *New York.
(Saturdays 12 noon)—Checks and Warrants on Treasurer of the
fThree Business Days After Receipt—Items payable in Con­
United States, Washington, D. C.; Checks on Federal Reserve Bank
necticut, Delaware, *Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Maine, *Maryland,
of New York and Buffalo Branch; Officers’ checks of other Federal
♦Massachusetts, *Michigan, New Hampshire, *Ohio, *Pennsylvania,
Reserve Banks; Federal Reserve Exchange Drafts; Federal Reserve
Rhode Island, Vermont.
Transfer Drafts.
fOne Day After Receipt—Items payable in New York City—
fFour Business Days After Receipt—Items payable in Dis­
drawn on or payable at New York Clearing House Association
trict of Columbia, *Georgia, *Kansas, *Kentucky, *Minnesota.
banks,; other New York City and Brooklyn banks,; Northern New
♦Missouri, *Virginia, West Virginia, Wisconsin.
Jersey Clearing House Association Banks; Cleveland, Pittsburgh,
Chicago, Detroit.
fFive Business Days After Receipt—Items payable in ♦Ala­
fTwo Calendar Days After Receipt—Items payable in New
bama, *Arkansas, *Florida, Mississippi, *Nebraska, *North Caro­
York City—other than items mentioned above: Boston, Philadel­
lina, *Oklahoma, South Carolina, *Tennessee.
phia, Cincinnati, Baltimore, Charlotte, Richmond, Birmingham,
fSix Business Days After Receipt—Items payable in *California,
Nashville, Little Rock, Louisville, Memphis, St. Louis, Minneapolis,
♦Colorado, *Louisiana, *Montana, North Dakota, *Oregon, South
St. Paul, Kansas City, Mo.. Kansas City, Kan., Omaha.
Dakota,
*Texas, *Utah, *Washington, Wyoming.
fThree Calendar Days After Receipt—Items payable in
Atlanta, New Orleans, Jacksonville, Denver, Oklahoma City,
fSeven Business Days After Receipt—Items payable in Arizona,
Dallas, Houston. San Antonio.
Idaho, Nevada, New Mexico.
fFour Calendar Days After Receipt—Items payable in Helena,
El Paso, Seattle, Salt Lake City, Spokane, Portland, Ore., San
■[When received by closing time—otherwise credit deferred for one addi­
Francisco, Los Angeles.
tional day. When the day on which credit would otherwise be given is a
Closing Time for Deferred Credit Items—Payable in Second
Sunday or legal holiday in New York State credit will be given on the
District 2:30 p.m. (Saturdays 12 noon). Items $500 and over
following business day. *Except items payable in cities listed sepa­
3:30 p.m. (Saturdays 12 noon). Payable in other Federal Reserve
rately in this schedule. **Except items drawn on or payable at North­
Districts 12:30 p.m. (Saturdays 12 noon).
ern New Jersey Clearing 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 628; State Banks 66.
Non-Member Banks 303. Total number of banks in District No. 3, 997.
DIRECTORS
CLASS A:—JOHN C. COSGROVE (1934). Johnstown, Pa.; JOSEPH WAYNE. JR. (1935), Philadelphia; GEORGE
W. REILY (1933), Harrisburg, Pa.
CLASS B:—C. FREDERICK C. STOUT (1934), Philadelphia;
J. CARL DE LA COUR (1933), Camden, N. J.

ARTHUR W. SEWALL (1935), Philadelphia;

CLASS C:—RICHARD L. AUSTIN (1935), Philadelphia. Chairman of Board;
Bridgeville, Del.; ALBA B. JOHNSON, Deputy Chairman (1933), Philadelphia.
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DISTRICT No. 3 — Continued
OFFICERS
GEO. W. NORRIS, Governor; WILLIAM H. HUTT, Deputy Governor; C. A. McILHENNY, Cashier and Secretary.
RICHARD L. AUSTIN, Chairman 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.
ASSISTANT CASHIERS:—W. J. DAVIS, JAMES M. TOY, R. M. MILLER, Jr., and S. R. EARL.
WM. G. McCREEDY, Comptroller; HOWARD A. LOEB, Philadelphia, Member Federal Advisory Council;
WILLIAMS, BRITTAIN and SINCLAIR, Counsel.

(,Statement of December 31, 1932)
RESOURCES
Cash Reserves:
Gold with Federal Reserve Agent..................................$152,000,000.00
Gold Redemption Fund—Federal Reserve notes ...
5,497,431.18
Gold Settlement Fund....................................................... 20,282,636.07
Gold coin and gold certificates........................................
7,390,650.00

LIABILITIES
Capital paid in.......................................................................... $ 16,044,850.00
Surplus.........................................................................................

29,241,767.03

Total Gold Reserves........................................................$185,170,717.25
Legal tender notes, silver certificates and standard
silver dollars...................................................................... 20,206,442.00
Total Cash Reserves....................................................... $205,377,159.25
Bills and Securities:
Bills discounted.................................................................... $ 47,600,068.02
Bills bought in open market.............................................
3,054,170.53
United States securities..................................................... 139,269,100 00
Municipal warrants.............................................................
1,000,000.00

Deposits:
Member bank—reserve account..................................... 121,686,427.99
Government...........................................................................

646,831.33

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

2,157,035.68

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

85,136.89

Total Bills and Securities.............................................. $190,923,338.55
Other Resources:
Premium on securities........................................................ $
63,174.28
Interest accrued....................................................................
30,301.54
Non-reserve cash..................................................................
4,921,503.24
Transit items......................................................................... 28,827,471.78
Exchanges for Clearing House.........................................
1,157,182.24
Other cash items...................................................................
599,975.84
Federal Reserve notes of other Federal Reserve banks
964,700.00
Bank premises.......................................................................
2,988,741.93
Due from foreign banks.....................................................
321,712.61
Fiscal agency expenses—reimbursable..........................
7,635.68
Claims account—closed or suspended banks..............
989,342.26
All other resources...............................................................
22,514.31

Total Deposits...................................................................$124,575,431.89
Federal Reserve notes in actual circulation......................$238,125,075.00
Deferred availability items....................................................

29,078,614.34

Depreciation reserve on United States Bonds.................

16,476.00

Reserved for taxes and sundry purposes...........................

39,364.87

Unearned discount...................................................................

73,174.38

TOTAL LIABILITIES.................................................$437,194,753.51

Total Resources............................................................... $437,194,753.51

TIME SCHEDULE OF THE FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF PHILADELPHIA
Immediate Credit on Receipt—Philadelphia (Clearing House
Two Business Days After Receipt—Connecticut, Delaware,
items when received by 9 a.m.) except “Trust Company” Clearing
District of Columbia, Maine, *Maryland, *Massachusetts, New
House items. (U. S. Treasury Checks and Warrants when received
Hampshire, *New Jersey, *New York, *Pennsylvania, Rhode
by 2 p.m.) (Money Orders payable at Philadelphia Post Office
Island, Vermont, *Virginia. (“Trust Company” Clearing House
when received by 9:30 a.m.)
items when received after 9 a.m.); (“Trust Company” NonClearing House items when received after 10:30 a.m.)
One Calendar Day After Receipt—Baltimore, Boston, New
Four Business Days After Receipt—*Georgia, *Illinois,
York, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Richmond, Camden, N. J.
Indiana, Iowa, *Kansas, *Kentucky, *Michigan, *Minnesota,
♦Missouri, *North Carolina, *Ohio, South Carolina, West Virginia,
Two Calendar Days After Receipt—Atlanta, Birmingham,
Wisconsin.
Buffalo, Charlotte, Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Detroit, Jack­
sonville, Louisville, Memphis, Minneapolis, Nashville, Philadelphia,
Five Business Days After Receipt—*Alabama, *Arkansas,
St. Louis, St. Paul.
♦Florida, Mississippi, *Nebraska, *Oklahoma, *Tennessee.
Seven Business Days After Receipt—Arizona, *California,
Three Calendar Days After Receipt—Dallas, Houston, Kansas
♦Colorado, Idaho, *Louisiana, *Montana, Nevada, New Mexico,
City, Mo., Kansas City, Kan.; Little Rock, New Orleans, Oklahoma
North Dakota, ♦Oregon, South Dakota, *Texas, *Utah, ♦Wash­
City, Omaha, San Antonio.
ington, Wyoming.
Four Calendar Days After Receipt—Denver, El Paso, Helena,
(*) Except cities as listed.
Portland, Salt Lake City, Seattle, Spokane.
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
Five Calendar Days After Receipt—Los Angeles, San Francisco.
12 o’clock noon.
One Business Day After Receipt—Philadelphia (Clearing
Checks of $100 and over, drawn on banks in this district, when
House items when received after 9 a.m.l; (“Trust Company”
enclosed in a special deposit, will be handled on the day of deposit if
Clearing House items when received by 9 a.m.); (Non-Clearing
received by h:'3G p.m.; Saturdays, 3:00 p.m.
House items when assembled in sealed envelopes and received by
Note—Proceeds of checks or drafts drawn on banks located in Federal
10:30 a.m.; Saturday 9:00 a.m.) Money Orders payable at Phila­
Reserve Cities will be deferred on an actual calendar-day basis when a
delphia P. O. when received after 9:30 a.m.
Sunday or holiday intervenes while items are in transit.

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 Banks 565; State Banks 69. Total member banks 634.
Non-Members 769. Total number of banks in District 4, 1,403.
DIRECTORS
CLASS A:—ROBERT WARDROP (1935), Pittsburgh; CHESS LAMBERTON (1934), Franklin, Pa.
CLASS B:—R. P. WRIGHT (1934), Erie, Pa.; J. E. Galvin (1933), Lima,
Cincinnati, Ohio.

Ohio; G. D. CRABBS (1935),

CLASS C:—GEORGE DE CAMP (1935), Cleveland, Chairman of Board; L. B. WILLIAMS (1934), Cleveland, Ohio,
Deputy Chairman of Board; W. W. KNIGHT (1933), Toledo, Ohio.
H. C. McELDOWNEY, Pittsburgh, Pa., Member Federal Advisory Council.

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DISTRICT No. 4 — Continued
OFFICERS
E. R. Fancher, Governor
M. J. Fleming, Deputy Governor
F. J. Zurlinden, Deputy Governor
Wm. H. Fletcher, Assistant Federal Reserve Agent and
H. F. Strater, Cashier and Secretary
Manager, Department of Examination
W. F. Taylor, Asst. Cashier
C. W. Arnold, Asst. Cashier
J. B. Anderson, Assistant Federal Reserve Agent and
G. H. Wagner, Asst. Cashier
Manager Statistical Department.

George De Camp, Chairman of Board and Federal Reserve
Agent

F. V.

Grayson,

D. B. Clouser, Asst. Cashier
C. L. Bickford, Asst. Cashier

Auditor

{Statement of December 31, 1932)
LIABILITIES

RESOURCES
Gold with Federal Reserve Agent.................. $192,970,000
Gold redemption fund with U. S. Treasury..
5,834,000
Gold held exclusively against F. R. notes $198,804,000
Gold settlement fund with F. R. Board........ 31,180,000
Gold and gold certificates held by bankB.__ 18,919,000
Total gold reserves........................................ 248,903,000
Reserves other than gold.................................. 11,168,000
Total reserves............................................
$260,071,000
Non-reserve cash...............................................
6,058,000
Bills discounted:
Secured by U. S. Government obligations.
7,087,000
Other bills discounted..................................
12,989,000
Total bills discounted............................... 20,076,000
Bills bought........................................................
2,978,000
U. S. Government securities:
Bonds.............................................................. 36,693,000
Treasury notes............................................... 33,899,000
Certificates and Bills..................................... Ill ,090,000
Total U. S. Government securities........ $181,682,000
Total Bills and securities
$204,736,000
Due from foreign banks...................................
301,000
Federal Reserve notes of other banks..........
1,216,000
Uncollected items..............................................
30,956,000
Bank premises....................................................
7,509,000
All other resources............................................
1,299,000
TOTAL RESOURCES
$512,146,000

Federal Reserve notes in actual circulation .......................$285,386,000
Deposits:
Member bank—reserve account..............

$146,559,000

Government.................................. ...................

1,215,000

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

2,115,000

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

3,062,000

Total Deposits........................................... .
Deferred availability items.............................

..................... $152,951,000
.................... $

29,758.00

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

......................

14,101,000

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

....................

28,294,000

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

......................

1,656,000

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

..................... $512,146,000

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

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
FRED A. GEIER, T. J. DAVIS, JOHN OMWAKE, B. H. KROGER, and C. F. McCOMBS, Cincinnati; C. N.
MANNING, Lexington, Ky.; GEO. M. VERITY, Middletown, O.
TIME SCHEDULE OF CINCINNATI BRANCH
Immediate Credit—When received at Cincinnati Branch—
Four Days After Receipt—*Alabama, Connecticut, Delaware
Checks on Cincinnati banks received in time to be cleared on day
District of Columbia, *Georgia, Helena, * Kansas, *Kentucky
of receipt; Checks and warrants on Treasurer of the United States.
(Dist. 8), Maine, *Maryland, *Massachusetts, *Minnesota, ♦Mis­
Washington, D. C. Checks and drafts on Federal Reserve Bank of
souri, *Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Jersey, *New York (State)
Cleveland; Official check of all Federal reserve banks; Federal
♦North Carolina, South Carolina, ♦Pennsylvania (Dist. 3); Los
reserve exchange drafts; Federal reserve transfer drafts.
Angeles, San Francisco, Portland, Rhode Island, *Tennessee, Salt
Lake City, Seattle, Spokane, Vermont, *Virginia, West Virginia
One Day After Receipt—Chicago, Cleveland, Detroit, Louis­
(Dist. 5), Wisconsin.
ville, Nashville, Pittsburgh, St. Louis.
Two Days After Receipt—Atlanta, Baltimore, Birmingham,
Five Days After Receipt- -♦Arkansas, *Florida, *Louisiana,
Boston, Buffalo, Charlotte, Dallas, Jacksonville, Kansas City,
Mississippi, *Oklahoma.
Kan., Kansas City, Mo., Kentucky (Dist. 4), Little Rock, Memphis,
Minneapolis, New Orleans, New York City, Oklahoma City, *Ohio
Six Days After Receipt—*Colorado, *Montana, New Mexico.
(in Cincinnati branch territory), Omaha, Philadelphia, Richmond,
North Dakota, South Dakota, *Texas, Wyoming.
St. Paul.
Seven Days After Receipt—Arizona, *California, Idaho, Nevada
Three Days After Receipt—Denver. El Paso, Houston, *Illinois,
♦Oregon, *Utah, ^Washington.
Indiana, Iowa, *Michigan, *Ohio (in Cleveland territory), ♦Penn­
sylvania (Dist. 4), San Antonio, West Virginia (Dist. 4).
*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. P. A. BROWN, Assistant Cashier; F. E COBUN

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DISTRICT No. 4—Continued
DIRECTORS
R. B. MELLON, JOSEPH B. SHEA, 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.;
Four Davs After Receipt—Los Angeles, San Francisco, Con­
Checks and drafts on Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland; Official
Checks of all Federal Reserve banks; Federal reserve exchange drafts;
necticut, *Georgia, Helena, Portland, *Kansas, Maine, ♦Massa­
chusetts, *Minnesota,*Missouri,*Nebraska, New Hampshire, *North
Federal reserve transfer drafts.
Carolina, South Carolina, Rhode Island, Salt Lake City, Seattle,
One Day After Receipt—Baltimore, Buffalo, Cincinnati, Cleve­
Spokane, Vermont, Wisconsin.
land, Detroit, New York City, Philadelphia.
Five Days After Receipt—*Alabama, *Arkansas, *Florida,
Two Davs After Receipt—Atlanta, Birmingham, Boston,
♦Kentucky (Dist. 8), *Louisiana, Mississippi, *Oklahoma, ♦Tennes­
Charlotte, Chicago, Dallas, Kansas City, Kan., Kansas .City, Mo.,
see.
,
.
Little Rock, Louisville, Memphis, Minneapolis, Nashville, Okla­
Six Days After Receipt—*Colorado, *Montana, New Mexico
homa City, Omaha, *Pennsylvania (Dist. 4), Richmond, St. Louis,
North
Dakota,
South
Dakota,
♦Texas,
Wyoming.
St. Paul, West Virginia (Dist. 4).
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 358; State Banks 33.
DIRECTORS
CLASS A:—L. E. JOHNSON, (1935), Alderson, W. Va.; CHAS. E. RIEMAN (1933), Baltimore, Md.; JAMES C.
BRASWELL (1934), Rocky Mount, N. C.
CLASS B:—D. R. COKER (1935), Hartsville, S. C.; CHAS. C. REED (1933), Richmond, Va.; EDWIN C.
GRAHAM (1934), Washington, D. C.
CLASS C:—WM. W. HOXTON (1935), Richmond, Chairman of Board; FREDERIC A. DELANO (1933),
Deputy Chairman, Washington, D. C.; ROBERT LASSITER (1934), Charlotte, N. C.
OFFICERS
GEORGE J. SEAY, Governor; CHAS. A. PEPLE, Deputy Governor; R. H. BROAD DUS, 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, (1933) Baltimore, Md., Member Federal Advisory Council.
(Statement of January 11, 1938)
RESOURCES
Gold with Federal Reserve Agent............................................ $ 70,000,000
Gold Redemption Fund with U. S. Treasury.....................
1,865,000
Gold held exclusively against Federal Reserve Notes.... 71,865,000

LIABILITIES
Federal Reserve Notes in Actual Circulation..................... $ 98,594,000
Deposits:
Member Banks—Reserve Account .........................................

51,763,000

Government...................................................................................

1,603,000

Foreign Banks.................................................................................

759,000

Other Deposits................................................................................

2,659,000

Gold and Gold Certificates held by Bank............................
3,439,000
Total Gold Reserves.............................................................$ 67,073,000
Reserves other than gold.............................................................
9,809,000
Total Reserves......................................................................... $ 96,882,000
Non-reserve cash.............................................................................$ 4,158,000
Bills Discounted:
Secured by U. S. Government Obligations....................$ 1,893,000
Other bills discounted................................................................... 13,831,000
Total Bills Discounted........................................................ $ 15,724,000
Bills Bought in Open Market.....................................................
1,790,000
United States Government Securities:
Bonds................................................................................................
9,631,000
Treasury Notes...............................................................................
8,246,000
Certificates and Bills..................................................................... 28,153,000
Total U. S. Government Securities................................ $ 46,030,000
Total Bills and Securities..................................................$ 63,544,000
Due from Foreign Banks............................................................
116,000
Federal Reserve Notes of Other Banks.................................
1,828,000
Uncollected items........................................................................... 26,759,000
Bank Premises.................................................................................
3,237,000
All Other Resources.......................................................................
3,063,000

Total Deposits........................................................................5 56,784,000
Deferred availability items.........................................................
Capital paid in................................................................................
Surplus.................................
All Other Liabilities.......................................................................

25,784,000
5,159,000
11,617,000
1,649,000

TOTAL RESOURCES................................................ .... .$199,587,000

TOTAL LIABILITIES...................................................... $199,587,000

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,
♦Massachusetts, *MichIgan, *Minnesota, Mississippi, *Missouri,
One Business Day After Receipt—Baltimore, Charlotte, New
New Hampshire, *Ohio, Rhode Island, Vermont, Wisconsin.
York City, Philadelphia.
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
Fairmont, 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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DISTRICT No. 5—Continued
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 (1933), Baltimore; M. M. PRENTIS (1933), Baltimore; NORMAN JAMES (1933), Baltimore;
WM. H. MATTHAI (1934), Baltimore; EDMUND P. COHILL (1932), Hancock; LEVI B. PHILLIPS (1934),
Cambridge; L. S. ZIMMERMAN (1935), Baltimore.

TIME SCHEDULE OF BALTIMORE BRANCH
Immediate Credit—For items drawn on par banks in Baltimore,
cut, Delaware, Maine, *Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New
Md.; Federal Reserve Exchange Drafts, Official checks of all Federal
Jersey, *New York, North Carolina (except “Other Cities” listed
Reserve banks. Checks and warrants on Treasurer of U. S., Wash­
under 2 days), "Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Ver­
ington, D. C., Checks bearing Immediate Credit Symbol of Balti­
mont, Virginia (except “Other Cities” listed under 2 days). West
more Branch.
Virginia in Richmond territory (except “Other Cities” listed under
2 days).
One Business Day After Receipt—Boston, Buffalo, Charlotte,
Four Business Days After Receipt—El Paso, Helena, Portland,
New York City, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Richmond.
Ore., Salt Lake City, Seattle, Spokane, *Alabama, *Florida, "Georgia,
"Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, *Kansas, ""Kentucky, ""Michigan, ""Minne­
Two Business Days After Receipt—Atlanta, Birmingham,
sota, Mississippi, ""Missouri, ""Ohio, Wisconsin.
Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Detroit, Jacksonville, Kansas City,
Mo., Louisville, Memphis, Minneapolis, Nashville, Omaha, St.
Five Business Days After Receipt—Los Angeles, San Francisco,
Louis; other cities—Durham, Greensboro, High Point, Raleigh,
""Arkansas, ""Louisiana, ""Nebraska, ""Oklahoma, ""Tennessee.
Wilmington, Winston-Salem, N. C., Alexandria, Hailwood, Harri­
Six Business Days After Receipt—""Colorado, ""Montana, North
sonburg, Lynchburg, Newport News, Norfolk, Onancock, Onley,
Dakota, “"Oregon, South Dakota, ""Texas, ""Washington, Wyoming.
Parksley, Roanoke, Staunton, Winchester, Va., Charleston, Hunt­
ington, Kansas City, Kan., St. Paul, District of Columbia, Maryland,
Seven Business Days After Receipt—Arizona, ""California,
West Virginia in Baltimore territory, and “Other Cities" as listed.
Idaho, Nevada, New Mexico, ""Utah.
*Except banks in cities listed separately in this schedule.
Three Business Days After Receipt—Dallas, Denver, Houston,
Little Rock, New Orleans, Oklahoma City, San Antonio, Connecti­
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 (1933), Charlotte; W. H. WOOD (1934), Charlotte; C. L. COBB (1935), Rock Hill, S. C.;
ROBT. GAGE (1933), Chester, S. C.; JOHN LINDSAY MOREHEAD (1934), Charlotte; C. A. CANNON (1935),
Concord, N. C.; JOHN A. LAW (1933), Spartanburg, S. C.
TIME SCHEDULE OF CHARLOTTE BRANCH
Immediate Credit—For items drawn on par banks in Charlotte,
bia, ""Florida, ""Georgia, “"Maryland, New Jersey, ""New York, North
N. C.; Federal Reserve exchange drafts; Official checks of all
Carolina in Richmond territory (except “Other Cities” listed under
Federal Reserve banks; Checks and warrants on Treasurer of
2 days), ""Pennsylvania, South Carolina in Richmond territory (except
U. S., Washington, D. C.; Checks bearing Immediate Credit Symbol
“Other Cities” listed under 2 days), ""Virginia, West Virginia.
of Charlotte Branch.
Four Business Days After Receipt—El Paso, ""Alabama, Con­
necticut, ""Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, ""Kentucky, Maine, ""Massachu­
One Business Day After Receipt—Atlanta, Baltimore, Jack­
setts, ""Michigan, Mississippi, ""Missouri, New Hampshire, ""Ohio,
sonville, Richmond.
Rhode Island, Vermont, Wisconsin.
Two Business Days After Receipt—Birmingham, Boston,
Five Business Days After Receipt—Helena, Los Angeles,
Buffalo, Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Detroit, Little Rock,
Portland, Ore., Salt Lake City, San Francisco, Seattle, Spokane,
Louisville, Memphis, Nashville, New Orleans, New York City,
""Arkansas, ""Kansas, ""Louisiana, ""Minnesota, ""Oklahoma, ""Tennes­
Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, St. Louis; other cities—Burlington, Dur­
see.
ham, Fayetteville, Goldsboro, Greensboro, High Point, Raleigh,
Six Business Days After Receipt—""Colorado, “"Nebraska,
Rocky Mount, Wadesboro, Wilmington, Wilson, and Winston♦Texas.
Salem, N. C., Charleston, Florence, and Sumter, S. C.; North
Caroline in Charlotte territory (and “Other Cities” as listed),
Seven Business Days After Receipt—Arizona, *California,
South Carolina in Charlotte territory (and “Other Cities” as listed).
Idaho, "Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, "Oregon,
South Dakota, "Utah, *Washington, Wyoming.
Three Business Days After Receipt—Dallas, Denver, Houston,
*Except banks in cities listed separately in this schedule.
Kansas City, Mo., Minneapolis, Oklahoma City, Omaha, San
Antonio, Kansas City, Kan., St. Paul; Delaware, District of Colum­
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 285; State Banks 38. Total 323.
Non-Member Banks, 839; Total number of banks in District 6, 1,162.
DIRECTORS
CLASS A:—H. L. YOUNG (1933), 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 (1933), Decatur, Ga.; J. B. HILL
(1934), Nashville, Tenn.
CLASS C:—OSCAR NEWTON (1935), Atlanta, Ga., Chairman; W. H. KETTIG (1934), Birmingham, Ala.,
Deputy Chairman; G. S. HARRIS (1933), Atlanta, Ga.

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OFFICERS
E. 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, L. M. CLARK, Assistant Cashiers; OSCAR NEWTON, Chairman of the Board and Federal Reserve
Agent; WARD ALBERTSON, Assistant Federal Reserve Agent and Secretary of the Board of Directors; E. P. PARIS,
General Auditor; J. W. HONOUR, Assistant Auditor; J. K. OTTLEY, Atlanta, Ga., Member Federal Advisory
Council; ROBERT S. PARKER, Atlanta, Ga., General Counsel.
(iStatement

as of December 31, 1932)

LIABILITIES

RESOURCES
Gold with Federal Reserve Agent.......... $62,000,000.00
Gold redemption fund................................ 2,877,784.10
Gold held exclusively against F. R.
notes.........................................................$64,877,784.10
Gold settlement fund with F. R. Board. . 8,185,671.80
Gold and gold certificates held by bank. . 9,103,054.24
Total gold reserves...................................$82,166,510.14
Reserves other than gold........................... 5,060,420.00
Total reserves........................................
$ 87,226,930.14
5,018,061.23
Non-reserve cash...........................................
Bills discounted:
Sec. by U. S. Government obligations. 1,063,857.87
Other bills discounted............................. 13,885,290.77
Total bills discounted.............................. $14,949,148.64
Bills bought in open market..................... 3,439,026.48
U. S. Government securities:
Bonds........................................................... 10,280,450.00
Treasury notes.......................................... 8,110,400.00
Certificates and Bills............................... 29,012,700.00
Total U. S. Government securities .... $29,012,700.00
Other securities.........................................
500,000.00
Total bills and securities........................
$ 66,291,725.12
110,292.59
Due from foreign banks.............................
1,239,250.00
F. R. Notes of other F. R. Banks..........
11,198,987.04
Uncollected items..........................................
2,422,127.33
Bank premises................................................
4,164,362.12
All other resources........................................
$177,671,735.57
TOTAL RESOURCES

E. R. notes in actual circulation..........................................$ 97,139,030.00
Deposits:
Member banks—reserve account........$49,759,853.03
Government................................................

158,826.10

Foreign banks............................................

774,857.48

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

1,056,099.83

Total deposits................................................................... $ 51,749,637.04

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

10,747,157.93

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

4,679,250.00

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

10,544,063.09

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

2,812,597.51

TOTAL LIABILITIES.................................................$177,671,735.57

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 (Split State):
Dallas Zone..........................
New Orleans Zone.............
New Orleans (City)..........
Maine........................................
Maryland................................
Baltimore..............................
Massachusetts.....................
Boston...................................
Michigan.................................
Detroit...................................
Minnesota..............................
Minneapolis-St. Paul.. . .
Mississippi (Split State)
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 (Split State):
Charlotte Zone...................
Richmond Zone.......................
Charlotte (City).....................


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Pennsylvania..............................
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Note—Numbers opposite cities named refer to Calendar Days—
Numbers opposite States and Zones refer to Business Days.
When the available date falls on a Sunday or a legal holiday, credit
to reserve accounts will not be made until the next business day.
When sending direct refer to Par List for routing.
fNorth and South Carolina (Charlotte zone):
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
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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, W. W. CRAWFORD, J. H FRYE, J. G. FARLEY,
Birmingham, Ala.; E. F. ALLISON, Bellamy, 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, JNO. C. COOPER, EDW. W. LANE, ARTHUR F. PERRY,
FULTON SAUSSY, Jacksonville, Fla.; G. G. WARE, Leesburg, Fla.
OFFICERS
HUGH FOSTER, Managing Director; Geo. S. VARDEMAN, Jr., Cashier; MARY E. MAHON, Ass’f 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; all 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.
Membership: National Banks 654; State Banks 157.
Total non-member banks in Federal Reserve District 7, 2,451.
DIRECTORS AND OFFICERS

Class A—Directors
GEORGE M. REYNOLDS, Chicago, Ill. (1933)
EDWARD R. ESTBERG, Waukesha, Wis. (1934)
GEORGE J. SCHALLER, Storm Lake, Iowa (1935)

JAMES B. McDOUGAL, Governor
CHARLES R. McKAY, Deputy Governor
JAMES H. DILLARD, Deputy Governor

Class B—Directors
MAX W. BABB, Milwaukee, Wis. (1933)
STANFORD T. CRAPO, Detroit, Mich. (1934)
NICHOLAS H. NOYES, Indianapolis, Ind. (1935)

WILLIAM C. BACHMAN, Assistant Deputy Governor
EUGENE A. DELANEY, Assistant Deputy Governor
DON A. JONES, Assistant Deputy Governor
OTTO J. NETTERSTROM, Assistant Deputy Governor

Class C—Directors
EUGENE M. STEVENS, Evanston, Ill. (1933),Chairman
FRANK C. BALL, Muncie, Ind. (1934)
JAMES SIMPSON, Chicago, Ill. (1935)

FRED BATEMAN, Manager, Securities Department
JOSEPH C. CALLAHAN, Manager, Member Bank
Accounts Department
ROBERT E. COULTER, Manager, Cash Custody Depart­
ment
ALBA W. DAZEY, Manager, Investment Department
MELVIN A. TRAYLOR, Chicago, Ill., Member Federal
IRVING
FISCHER, Manager, Check Department
Advisory Council
ROBERT J. HARGREAVES, Manager, Personnel De­
partment
Officers
FRANK A. LINDSTEN, Manager, Disbursing Depart­
EUGENE M. STEVENS, Chairman
ment
LOUIS G. MEYER, Manager, Service Department
JAMES SIMPSON, Deputy Chairman
ARTHUR L. OLSON, Manager, Loan Division
CLIFFORD S. YOUNG, Assistant Federal Reserve Agent
LOUIS G. PAVEY, Manager, Collection Department
GEORGE A. PRUGH, Assistant Federal Reserve Agent
FRANKLIN L. PURRINGTON, Manager, Discount
HARRIS G. PETT, Manager, Division of Research and
Department
Statistics
JESSE G. ROBERTS, Manager, Cash Department
F. R. BURGESS, Auditor
WILLIAM W. TURNER, Manager, Loan Division
W ALTER A. HOPKINS, Assistant Auditor
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{Statement as of December 31, 1932)
RESOURCES
Gold coin and gold certificates........... $ 27,748,478.51
Gold settlement fund—F. R. Board . . 92,716,935.99

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

16,157,250.00

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

39,497,033.41

Total gold held by bank................... $120,465,414.50
Gold with Federal Reserve Agent. . . 699,870,000.00
Gold redemption fund...........................
3,392,490.05

Deposits:
Member bank—reserve account.

409,359,758.17

Government................. ,.................

1,782,442.06

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

4,885,404.58

Total Gold Reserves...........................$823,727,904.55
Legal tender notes, silver, etc.............. 27,811.309.00
Total Reserves.....................................
$ 851,539,213.55
19,279,111.11
Non-reserve cash.....................................
Bills discounted:
Secured by government obligations—
member banks.................................
3,812,521.31
All other—member banks................ 11,155,819.06
Bills bought in open market................
3,964,479.62

Total deposits................................................................$ 416,027,604.81

Total bills on hand............................. 18,932,819.99
U. S. securities......................................... 262,210,000.00

F. R. notes in actual circulation......................................$ 692,150,150.00
Deferred availability items................................................

40,897,657.25

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

2,587,467.02

Total Earning Assets....................
Bank premises (head office and Detroit
branch)..................................................
Uncollected items...................................
All other resources..................................
TOTAL RESOURCES...............

TOTAL LIABILITIES............................................ $1,207,317,162.49

281,142,819.99
7,594,767.66
45,888,556.82
1,872,693.36
$1,207,317,162.49

TIME SCHEDULE OF FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF CHICAGO
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 $500 and over will be received until 2 p.m.
(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
Calendar 1 Business
Cities
Days
Days
............4
Alabama.................
Birmingham. . . . ............2
Arizona....................
............6
Arkansas................
............5
Little Rock......... ........... 2
California..............
............6
Los Angeles........ ........... 3
San Francisco.. . ........... 3
Colorado.................
............5
Denver................. ........... 2
Connecticut.........
........... 4
Delaware................
............4
District of Columbia.................. ........... 4
Florida......................
........... 4
Jacksonville........
Georgia....................
............4
o
Atlanta.................
Idaho........................
Illinois.....................
........... 2
Chicago................
Indiana...................
........... 2
Iowa............ .........
........... 2
Kansas.....................
........... 3
Kansas City. . . . ........... 1
Kentucky...............
............3
Louisville............. ........... 1
Louisiana...............
........... 5
New Orleans.. . . ........... 2
Maine.......................
............4

Number of
Days Deferred
States
Calendar I Business
Cities
Days
| Days
Maryland........................................................4
Baltimore...........................2
.4
Massachusetts
Boston.................................2
2
Michigan................................
Detroit................................ 1
Minnesota.............................
3
Minneapolis.......................1
St. Paul...............................1
5
Mississippi............................
3
Missouri.................................
Kansas City...................... 1
St. Louis.............................1
5
Montana..................................
Helena.................................3
3
Nebraska................................
Omaha................................ 2
Nevada..................
6
New Hampshire
4
New Jersey..........
4
6
New Mexico........
New York...............................
4
Buffalo................................ 2
New York..........................2
North Carolina...................
4
Charlotte............................2
5
North Dakota......................
3
Ohio..........................................
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 Business
States
Days
Cities
Days
........... 4
Oklahoma..............
Oklahoma City.. ........... 2
6
Oregon.....................................
Portland..............................3
4
Pennsylvania.......................
Philadelphia...................... 2
Pittsburgh..........................2
4
Rhode Island. .
South Carolina
4
5
South Dakota..
Tennessee..............................
5
Memphis........................... 2
Nashville...........................2
6
Texas........................................
Dallas.................................. 2
El Paso............................... 3
Houston..............................3
San Antonio......................3
Utah.....................................
6
Salt Lake City................. 3
4
Vermont.................................
4
Virginia....................................
Richmond.......................... 2
Washington............................
6
Seattle................................. 3
Spokane.............................. 3
4
West Virginia
2
Wisconsin
Wyoming.........
5

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

WILLIAM R. CATION, Managing Director
HARLAN J. CHALFONT, Cashier

GEORGE B. MORLEY, Saginaw, Mich.
DAVID McMORRAN, Bay City, Mich.
WILSON W. MILLS, Detroit, Mich.
JAMES INGLIS, Detroit, Mich.
N. P. HULL, Lansing, Mich.
JOHN BALLANTYNE, Detroit, Mich.
WILLIAM R. CATION, Detroit, Mich.


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GEORGE T. JARVIS, Assistant Cashier
JOHN G. BASKIN, Assistant Cashier
FLOYD L. BOWEN, Assistant Auditor
ISADORE LEVIN, Assistant Counsel

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FEDERAL RESERVE BANK INFORMATION
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 Illinois
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 Kentuckv 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 360; State Banks 78. Total 438.
DIRECTORS
CLASS A:—JOHN G. LONSDALE (1935), St. Louis; F. GUY HITT (1934), Zeigler, III ; MAX B. NAHM
(1933), Bowling Green, Ky.
CLASS B:—WILLIAM B. PLUNKETT (1934), Little Rock, Ark.; J. W. HARRIS (1933), St. Louis, Mo.; 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. McG. MARTIN, Governor; OLIN M. ATTEBERY, Deputy Governor; JAMES G. McCONKEY,
Deputy Governor and Counsel; A H. HAILL, S. F. GILMORE. F. N. HALL, G. O. HOLLOCHER, and O. C.
PHILLIPS, Controllers; E. J. NOVY, General Auditor; A. E. DEBRECHT and L. A. MOORE, Assistant Auditors.
(Statement of December 31, 1932)
RESOURCES
Gold with Federal Reserve Agent..................$ 73,255,000
Gold redemption fund with U. S. Treasury...
1,513,000
Gold held exclusively against F. R. notes .. 74,768,000
Gold settlement fund with F. R. Board.......... 13,963,000
Gold and gold certificates held by banks........
2,565,000
Total gold reserves........................................ $ 91,296,000
Reserves other than gold.................................
9,817,000
Total reserves................................................
$101,113,000
Non-reserve cash...............................................
3,921,000
Bills discounted:
Secured by U. S. Government obligations ..
3,981,000
Other bills discounted...................................
2,357,000
Total bills discounted...................................
6,338,000
Bills bought in open market............................
973,000
U. S. Government securities:
Bonds.............................................................. 13,940,000
Treasury notes............................................... 11,306,000
Certificates and Bills.................................... 40,910,000
Total U. S. Government securities............ $ 66,156,000
Total bills and securities..............................
73,467,000
Due from foreign banks...................................
17,000
F. R. Notes of other banks.............................
1,312,000
Uncollected items..............................................
15,917,000
Bank premises...................................................
3,285,000
All other resources............................................
1,082,000
TOTAL RESOURCES...................................................$200,114,000

LIABILITIES
F. R. notes in actual circulation...........................................$103,930,000
Deposits:
Member banks—reserve account................

62,027,000

Government....................................................

394,000

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

733,000

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

1,201,000

Total deposits.................................................................. $ 64,355,000

Deferred availability items....................................................$ 16,373,000
Capital paid in.........................................................................

4,360,000

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

10,186,000

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

910,000

TOTAL LIABILITIES................................................. $200,114,000

TIME SCHEDULE OF THE FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF ST. LOUIS, MO,
Four Days After Receipt—Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle.
Immediate—St. Louis.
Spokane, *Alabama, Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia,
One Day After Receipt—Little Rock, North Little Rock,
♦Georgia, Maine, *Maryland, *Massachusetts, *Michigan, ♦Minne­
Chicago, Kansas City, Kan., Louisville, Kansas City, Mo., Omaha,
sota, Mississippi, New Hampshire, New Jersey, *New York, *Ohio,
Cincinnati, Cleveland, Memphis, Nashville.
♦Oklahoma, *Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, *Tennessee, Vermont,
♦Virginia, Wisconsin.
Two Days After Receipt—Birmingham, Denver, Jacksonville,
Five Days After Receipt—*Colorado, *Florida, *North Car­
Atlanta, New Orleans, Baltimore, Boston, Detroit, Minneapolis,
olina,
South Carolina, *Texas, West Virginia, Wyoming.
St. Paul, Buffalo, New York City, Charlotte, Oklahoma City,
Six Days After Receipt—*Louisiana, New Mexico, North
Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Dallas, Houston, San Antonio, Richmond,
Dakota, South Dakota, *Utah.
♦Illinois, *Missouri.
Seven Days After Receipt—Arizona, *California, Idaho, ♦Mon­
Three Days After Receipt—Helena, Portland, El Paso, Salt
tana, Nevada, *Oregon, *Washington.
Lake City, *Arkansas, Indiana, Iowa, *Kansas, *Kentucky,
*Except banks in cities listed separately in this schedule.
♦Nebraska.

LITTLE ROCK BRANCH.

(Transit Number 81-13)

(3rd & Louisiana Sts.)

A. F. BAILEY, Managing Director; M. H. LONG, Cashier; CLIFFORD WOOD, Assistant Cashier.
DIRECTORS
A. F. BAILEY, GORDON H. CAMPBELL, W. A. HICKS, CHAS. H. MURPHY,
MOORHEAD WRIGHT and JO. NICHOL.

STUART WILSON,

TIME SCHEDULE OF LITTLE ROCK BRANCH
sas, *Kentucky, *Louisiana, *Michigan, *Minnesota, Mississippi,
Immediate—Little Rock, North Little Rock.
♦Ohio, *Oklahoma, *Tennessee, Wisconsin.
One Day After Receipt—St. Louis, Memphis, Dallas.
Five Days After Receipt—Seattle, Spokane, *Alabama, Con­
necticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Maine, ♦Maryland,
Two Days After Receipt—Birmingham, Denver, Jacksonville.
♦Massachusetts, *Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Jersey, *New
Atlanta, Chicago, Kansas City, Kan., Louisville, New Orleans,
York, *Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, *Texas, Vermont, *Virginia.
Detroit, Minneapolis, St. Paul, Kansas City, Mo., Omaha, Buffalo,
Cincinnati, Cleveland, Oklahoma City, Pittsburgh, Nashville,
Six Days After Receipt—*Colorado, *Florida, *Montana, New
Houston, San Antonio.
Mexico, *North Carolina, North Dakota, South Carolina, South
Dakota, West Virginia, Wyoming.
Three Days After Receipt—Baltimore, Boston, New York
Seven Days After Receipt—Arizona, *California, Idaho, *Ore
City, Charlotte, Philadelphia, El Paso, Richmond, *Arkansas,
gon, *Utah, *Washington.
♦Missouri.
Eight Days After Receipt—Nevada.
Four Days After Receipt—Los Angeles, San Francisco, Helena,
*Except banks in cities listed separately in this schedule.
Portland, Salt Lake City, *Georgia, *Illinois, Indiana. Iowa, *Kan-


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DISTRICT No. 8 — Continued
LOUISVILLE BRANCH. (Transit Number 21-59)

(5th & Market Sts.)

JOHN T. MOORE, Managing Director; C. A. SCHACHT, Cashier; S. B. JENKS, Assistant Cashier.
DIRECTORS
WHITEFOORD R. COLE, Louisville, Ky.; JOHN T. MOORE, Louisville, Ky.; JOHN T. REYNOLDS, Greenville,
Ky.; W. W. CRAWFORD, Louisville, Ky.; E. H. WOODS, Lucas, Ky.; W. E. HUTHSTEINER, Tell City, Ind.;
W. R. COBB, Louisville, Ivy.
TIME SCHEDULE OF LOUISVILLE BRANCH
Immediate—Louisville.
One Day After Receipt—Birmingham, Chicago, St. Louis,
Cincinnati, Cleveland, Memphis, Nashville.
Two Days After Receipt—Little Rock, North Little Rock,
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,
Pittsburgh, Dallas, Houston, Richmond.
Three Days After Receipt—Denver, San Antonio, Salt Lake
City, *Georgia, ^Illinois, Indiana, *Kentucky, *Obio, *Tennessee.
Four Days After Receipt—Los Angeles, Helena, El Paso,
Seattle, Spokane, *Alabama, ♦Arkansas, Connecticut, Delaware,
District of Columbia, Iowa, *Kansas, Maine, ^Maryland, ♦Massa­

MEMPHIS BRANCH.

chusetts, *Minnesota, Mississippi, *Missouri, *Nebraska, New
Hampshire, New Jersey, *New York, *Pennsylvania, Rhode Island,
Vermont, * Virginia, Wisconsin.
Five Days After Receipt—San Francisco, Portland, * Florida,
♦Louisiana, ♦Michigan, *North Carolina, *Oklahoma, South Caro­
lina, West Virginia.
Six Days After Receipt—*Colorado, North Dakota, South
Dakota, *Texas, *Uta.h, Wyoming.
• Seven Days After Receipt—Arizona, Idaho, *Montana, Nevada,
New Mexico.
Eight Days After Receipt—*California, *Oregon, *Washington.

*Except 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
E. L. ANDERSON, W. H. GLASGOW, WILLIAM ORGILL, R. B. SNOWDEN, J. W. ALDERSON, S. E.
RAGLAND and WILLIS POPE, Columbus, Miss.
TIME SCHEDULE OF MEMPHIS BRANCH
Immediate—Memphis.
♦Michigan, *Minnesota, *Nebraska, New Jersey, *New York, *Ohio,
♦Oklahoma, *Pennsylvania, Wisconsin.
One Day After Receipt—Birmingham, Little Rock, North Little
Rock, Louisville, St. Louis, Nashville.
Five Days After Receipt-—Portland, Seattle, Spokane, Con­
necticut, District of Columbia, *Florida, Maine, *Maryland, ♦Massa­
Two Days After Receipt—Jacksonville, Atlanta, Chicago,
chusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Vermont, *Virginia.
Kansas City, Kan., New Orleans, Baltimore, Detroit, Minneapolis,
St. Paul, Kansas City, Mo., Omaha, Buffalo, Charlotte, Cincinnati,
Six Days After Receipt—*Colorado, *North Carolina, North
Cleveland, Oklahoma City, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Dallas,
Dakota, South Carolina, South Dakota, ♦Texas, West Virginia,
Houston, San Antonio, Richmond.
Wyoming.
Three Days After Receipt—Denver, Boston, El Paso, New
Seven Days After Receipt—Arizona, *California, *Montana,
York City, *Arkansas, *Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, * Kentucky, Missis­
Nevada, New Mexico, *Utah.
sippi, *Missouri, *Tennessee.
Eight
Days After Receipt—Idaho, *Oregon, *Washington.
Four Days After Receipt—Los Angeles, San Francisco, Helena,
Salt Lake City, *Alabama, Delaware, ♦Georgia, *Kansas, *Louisiana,
*Except banks in cities listed separately in this schedule.

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 514; State Banks 42.
DIRECTORS
CLASS A:—P. J. LEEMAN (1934), Minneapolis; H. R. KIBBEE (1935), Mitchell, S. D.; H. C. HANSEN,
(1933), Church Ferry. N Dak
CLASS B:—W. O. WASHBURN (1934), St. Paul; J. E. O’CONNELL (1935), Helena, Mont.; JOHN S. OWEN (1933),
Eau Claire, Wis.
CLASS C:—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; ANDREAS UELAND,
Counsel; SIGURD UELAND, Assistant Counsel; H. P. HOWARD, Custodian of Building.
HOMER P. CLARK, Deputy Chairman; CURTIS L. MOSHER, Assistant Federal Reserve Agent; FRED M. BAILEY,
Assistant Federal Reserve Agent; OLIVER S. POWELL, Statistician.
MEMBER OF FEDERAL ADVISORY COUNCIL
THEODORE WOLD, Minneapolis, Minn.
(Statement of January J)., 1933)
RESOURCES
Gold with Federal Reserve Agent.............. $
Gold redemption fund with U. S. Treasury
Gold held exclusively against F. R. notes.
Gold settlement fund with F. R. Board...
Gold and gold certificates held by bank...
Total gold reserves....................................
Reserve other than gold...............................
Total reserves.........................................
Non-reserve cash...........................................
Bills discounted:
Sec. 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.........
Other Securities..............................................
Total bills and securities..............................
Due from foreign banks...............................
F. R. notes of other Federal Reserve Banks
Uncollected items..........................................
Bank premises................................................
All other resources........................................
TOTAL RESOURCES........................

LIABILITIES
F. R. notes in actual circulation.....................................$ 81,921,685.00
Deposits:
Member bank—reserve account.................................

40,060,578.81

Government....................................................................

1,297,582.36

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

418,043.05

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

402,986.05

Total deposits............................................................ $ 42,179,190.27
Deferred availability items...............................................

8,927,540.38

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

2,885,300.00

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

7,018,935.30

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

944,572.66

TOTAL LIABILITIES........................................... $143,877,223.61


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44,040,000.00
2,213,507.13
46,253,507.13
10,138,880.69
2,359,824.83
58,752,212.65
4,546,669.40
$ 63,298,882.05
2,011,122.28
349,964.47
9,190,281.30
9,540,245.77
611,649.63
17,229,765.20
8,116,733.41
29,361,429.97
54,707,928.58
410,563.94
65,270,387.92
10,558.23
627,000.00
9,128,454.00
1,745,511.60
1,785,307.53
$143,877,223.61

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DISTRICT No. 9 — Continued
TIME SCHEDULE OF THE FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF MINNEAPOLIS
All checks not drawn on a bank in Minneapolis or St. Paul and
Five Days After Receipt—Alabama (except Birmingham,
received by this bank by 2:00 p.m. (except Saturday, when the
Arkansas (except Little Rock), Colorado (except Denver), District
hour will be 12 noon), will be handled on day of receipt. Those
of Columbia, Georgia (except Atlanta), Louisiana (except New
received later than these hours will be handled on the following
Orleans), Mississippi, North Carolina (except Charlotte), Oklahoma
days of business. Owing to the clearing hour, checks drawn on
(except Oklahoma City), South Carolina, Tennessee (except Mem­
Minneapolis and St. Paul banks received after 10.00 a m. will not
phis and Nashville), Virginia (except Richmond), Washington
be handled or proceeds credited until the following business day
(except Seattle and Spokane), Wyoming.
those received before that hour will be handled and proceeds credited
„ Six Days After Receipt—California (except Los Angeles and
on day of receipt and proceeds will be available that day.
San Francisco), Florida (except Jacksonville), Idaho, New Mexico,
Immediately Available as Reserve—Minneapolis and St. Paul
Oregon (except Portland), Texas (except Dallas, El Paso, Houston
(if received before 10:00 a.m.); United States Treasury Warrants
and
San Antonio), Utah (except Salt Lake City), West Virginia.
(separately sorted).
Seven Days After Receipt—Arizona and Nevada.
One Day After Receipt—-Chicago, Hi.
One-day items forwarded by us on Saturday will be available
Two Days After Receipt—Baltimore, Buffalo, Cincinnati, Cleve­
the following business day.
land, Detroit, Kansas City, Little Rock, Louisville, Memphis
Two-day items forwarded by us on Friday will be available the
Minnesota (except Minneapolis and St. Paul), Nashville, New York
following Monday; those forwarded by us on Saturday will be
Oklahoma City, Omaha, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, St. Louis, Sioux
available the following Tuesday, except items on Federal Reserve
City, Iowa; Wisconsin. Fargo, N. D., Grand Fork, N. D., Jamesand branch cities, which will be available the following Monday.
City, N. D., Wahpeton, N. D., Aberdeen,
Three-day items forwarded by us on Thursday will be available
S. D., Mitchell, S. D., Sioux Falls, S. D., Watertown, S. D.
the following Monday: those forwarded by us on Friday will be
Three Days After Receipt—Atlanta, Birmingham, Boston,
available the fcsllowing Tuesday, except items on Federal Reserve
Charlotte, Dallas, Denver, El Paso, Helena, Houston, Illinois
and branch cities, which will be available the following Monday.
(except Chicago), Indiana, Iowa (except Sioux City), Jacksonville
Four-day items forwarded by us on Wednesday will be available
Michigan (except Detroit), Nebraska (except Omaha), New Orleans,
the following Monday; those forwarded by us on Friday, with the
Richmond, Salt Lake City, San Antonio, Seattle, Spokane Bis­
exception of those on Federal Reserve and branch cities, will be
marck, N. D., Mandan, N. D., Huron, S. D.
available the following Wednesday; those on Federal Reserve and
Four Days After Receipt—Connecticut, Delaware, Kansas,
branch cities will be available the following Tuesday.
Kentucky (except Louisville), Los Angeles, Calif., Maine, Maryland
Five-day items forwarded by us on Tuesday will be available the
(except. Baltimore), Massachusetts (except Boston), Missouri
following
Monday; those forwarded by us on Thursday will be
(except Kansas City and St. Louis), Montana (except Helena)
available the following Wednesday.
New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York (except Buffalo and New
- Six-day items forwarded by us on Thursday will be available the
York City), North Dakota (except Bismarck, Fargo, Grand Forks
following Thursday; those forwarded by us on Monday will be
Jamestown, Mandan, Valley City and Wahpeton), Ohio (except
available on the following Monday.
Cincinnati and Cleveland), Pennsylvania (except Philadelphia and
Pittsburgh), Portland, Ore., Rhode Island, San Francisco, Calif.,
Seven-day items forwarded by us on Wednesday will be available
South Dakota (except Aberdeen, Huron, Mitchell, Sioux Falls and
the second Thursday. If an intervening holiday delays remittance,
Watertown), Vermont.
avadability will be deferred an additional day.

HELENA BRANCH.

(Transit Number 93-26)

(Park & Edwards Sts.)
Putte’ Mont > H- S1EBEN, Helena, S. McKENNAN, Helena; R. E. TOWLE, Helena, and
Helena.
OFFICERS
R. E. TOWLE, Managing Director; A. A. HOERR, Cashier; C. J. LARSON, Assistant Cashier.

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DISTRICT No, 10

Bank Located at Kansas City, Mo. (Transit Number 18-4)

(10th & Grand Ave.)
IN DISTRICT—Kansas, Nebraska, Colorado, Wyoming, all Missouri west of the eastern boundaries
° a \ J0“owinf? ^iiRties: Worth, Gentry, DeKalb, Clinton, Clay, Jackson, Cass, Bates, Vernon, Barton, Jasper, Newton,
and McDonald; aR Oklahoma with exception of the following counties: Atoka, Bryan, Choctaw, Coal, Johnston, Marshall,
McLurtain, 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 761; State Banks 23.
Non-member Banks 1646.
Total number of banks in District No. 10, 2430.
DIRECTORS
CLASS A:—E. E. MULLANEY (1935), Hill City, Kan.; FRANK W. SPONABLE (1934), Paola, Kan.; C. C. PARKS
(1933), Denver, Colo.
CLASS B:—L. E. PHILLIPS (1935), Bartlesville, Okla.; W. D. HOSFORD, (1933), Omaha, Neb.; J. M. BERNARDIN (1934), Kansas City, Mo.
CLASS C:—M. L. McCLURE (1935), Kansas City, Chairman of Board; H. M. LANGWORTHY (1934) Kansas
City, Mo., Deputy Chairman of Board; E. P. BROWN (1933), Davey, Neb.
WALTER S. McLUCAS, Kansas City, Mo., Member Federal Advisory Council.
,

OFFICERS
GEORGE H. HAMILTON, Governor; C. A. WORTHINGTON, Deputy Governor; J. W. HELM, Deputy Governor
and Cashier.
ASSISTANT CASHIERS:—JOHN PHILLIPS, Jr., E. P. TYNER, G. E BARLEY, M. W. E. PARK, G. H.
PIPKIN, N. R. OBERWORTMANN, Asst. Cashier and Examiner; H. G. LEEDY, Counsel.
M. L. McCLURE, Chairman Board of Directors and Federal Reserve Agent; H. M. LANGWORTHY, Deputy Chairman
Board of Directors; A. M. McADAMS, Assistant Federal Reserve Agent and Secretary Board of Directors; S. A. WARDELL,
Auditor.
{Statement of December SI, 1932)
LIABILITIES
Federal reserve notes—in actual circulation........
Deposits:
Member bank—reserve deposits..........................
Government................................................................
Other deposits including foreign deposits..........

68,490,304.39
268,485.73
765,551.51

Total deposits subject to reserve.....................
Deposits of items representing uncollected funds

$ 69,524,345.63
16,631,179.53

Total deposits........................................................
Capital paid in................................................................
Surplus..............................................................................
Unearned discount and interest................................
All other liabilities........................................................

$ 86,155,525.16
4,051,850.00
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1,204,133.83
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TOTAL LIABILITIES.....................................

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RESOURCES
Earning assets:
Bills discounted........................................ $11,511,475.82
Bills purchased in open market...........
855,195.39
U. S. securities............................... '..... 57,252,100.00

$ 90,490,215.00

Total earning assets.............................
$ 69,618,771.21
Cash reserves:
Gold on hand and with agencies.........$25,577,925.64
Gold with Federal Reserve Agent... . 61,480,000.00
Total gold reserves.............................. $87,057,925.64
Other lawful money................................. 6,762,029.00
Total cash reserves..............................
Non-reserve cash...........................................
Checks and other items in process of
collection................................................
Banking houses, less reserves...............
Due from suspended banks...................
All other resources...................................

$ 93,819,954.64
3,224,359.89
*

19,107,904.57
3,558,674.15
705,815.44
198,505.87

TOTAL RESOURCES.................................................$190,233,985.77'

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DISTRICT No. 10—Continued
TIME SCHEDULE OF FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF KANSAS CITY

This Schedule applies to checks and drafts on banks received at the Head Office of the Federal Reserve Bank of
Kansas City.
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 bv the item or items of the longest deferred availability therein.
Immediate:
Kansas City, Mo.
Kansas City, Kan.
(Checks and warrants drawn on the Treasurer of the United States)
Five Business Days—Connecticut, District of Columbia,
♦Florida, *Kentucky, Maine, *Maryland, *Massachusetts, ♦Minne­
sota, New Hampshire, New Mexico, *North Carolina, Rhode Island,
South Carolina, *Tennessee, Vermont, *Virginia, West Virginia,
Wyoming.
Six Business Days—Arizona. ♦California, Idaho, *Montana, Ne­
vada, North Dakota, ♦Oregon, South Dakota, *Utah, *Washington.

One Business Day—Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Memphis,
Oklahoma City, Omaha, St. Louis.
Two Business Days—Atlanta, Birmingham, Buffalo, Cincinnati,
Cleveland, Detroit, El Paso, Houston, Jacksonville, Little Rock,
Louisville, Minneapolis, Muskogee, Nashville, New Orleans, Pitts­
burgh, St. Paul, San Antonio, Tulsa, *Kansas, ^Missouri (Dist. 10).
Three Business Days—Baltimore, Boston, Charlotte, Helena,
Los Angeles, New York City, Philadelphia, Portland, Richmond,
Salt Lake City, San Francisco, Spokane, *Illinois, Indiana, Iowa,
♦Missouri (Dist. 8), ♦Nebraska, *Oklahoma.
Four Business Days—Seattle, * Alabama, *Arkansas, *Colorado,
Delaware, *Georgia, *Louisiana, *Michigan, Mississippi, New Jersey,
♦New York, *Ohio, *Pennsylvania, *Texas, Wisconsin.

DENVER BRANCH

*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.

(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
Indiana, Iowa, *Kansas, *Missouri, *Nebraska, *Oklahoma,
Immediate—Denver. (Checks and warrants drawn on the
Wyoming.
Treasurer of the United States).
Five Business Days—*Alabama, Arizona, *Arkansas, ♦Cali­
Two Business Days—Boulder, Colo., Chicago, Colorado Springs,
fornia, *Georgia, Idaho, *Louisiana, *Maryland, *Michigan, ♦Minne­
Dallas, El Paso, Helena, Kansas City, Kan., Kansas City,Mo.,
sota, Mississippi, *Montana, New Jersey, *New York, *Ohio,
Oklahoma City, Omaha, Pueblo, Colo., Salt Lake City, St. Louis,
♦Pennsylvania, *Texas, *Utah, Wisconsin.
Trinidad, Colo.
Six Business Days—Connecticut, Delaware, District of Colum­
Three Business Days—Atlanta, Birmingham, Buffalo, Cin­
bia, *Florida, *Kentucky, Maine, *Massachusetts, Nevada, New
cinnati, Cleveland, Detroit, Houston, Little Rock, Los Angeles,
Hampshire, *North Carolina, North Dakota, ♦Oregon, Rhode
Louisville, Memphis, Minneapolis, Nashville, New Orleans, Pitts­
Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, *Tennessee, Vermont.
burgh, Portland, San Antonio, San Francisco, Spokane, St. Paul,
♦Virginia, *Washington, West Virginia.
♦Colorado, New Mexico.
*Except cities listed in other Schedules.
Four Business Days—Baltimore, Boston, Charlotte, Jackson­
See “Note" under head office schedule.
ville, New York City, Philadelphia, Richmond, Seattle, *Illinois,

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: R. O. MARNELL,
Nebraska City; W. E. HARDY, Lincoln; T. L. DAVIS, Omaha; DANIEL M. HILDEBRAND, Seward, Nebraska.
TIME SCHEDULE OF OMAHA BRANCH
Four Business Days—Boulder, Colo., Colorado Springs, Los
Immediate—Omaha. (Checks and warrants drawn on the
Angeles, Pueblo, Colo., Trinidad, Colo., *Alabama, Delaware,
Treasurer of the United States.)
♦Georgia, *Minnesota, *Missouri, New Jersey, *New York, ♦Ohio,
One Business Day—Chicago, Denver, Kansas City, Kan.,
♦Oklahoma, *Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Wyoming.
Kansas City, Mo., Minneapolis, St. Paul, Minn.
Five Business Days—*Arkansas, *Colorado, Connecticut, Dis­
Two Business Days—Atlanta, Baltimore, Birmingham, Buffalo,
trict of Columbia, *Kentucky, *Louisiana, Maine, *Maryland,
Cincinnati, Cleveland, Dallas, Detroit, Little Rock, Louisville,
♦Massachusetts, *Michigan, New Hampshire, New Mexico, ♦North
Memphis, Nashville, Oklahoma City, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh,
Carolina, North Dakota, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South
Pa., St. Joseph, St. Louis, *Nebraska.
Dakota, *Tennessee, *Texas, Vermont, *Virginia, West Virginia.
Six Business Days—Arizona, *California, *Florida, Idaho,
Three Business Days—Boston, Charlotte, El Paso, Helena,
Mississippi, *Montana, Nevada, *Oregon, *Utah, *Washington.
Houston, Jacksonville, New Orleans, New York City, Portland,
*Except cities listed in other Schedules.
Richmond, Salt Lake City, San Antonio, San Francisco, Seattle,
See “Note" under head office schedule.
Spokane, *Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, *Kansas.

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.
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—Atlanta, Birmingham, Chicago, Denver,
El Paso, Houston, Little Rock, Louisville, Memphis, Minneapolis,
Nashville, New Orleans, Omaha, St. Louis, St. Paul, San Antonio,
♦Oklahoma.
Three Business Days-—Baltimore, Boston, Buffalo, Charlotte,
Cincinnati, Cleveland, De'troit, Helena, Jacksonville, Los Angeles,
New York City, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Richmond, Salt Lake
City, *Kansas.
Four Business Days—Boulder, Colo., Colorado Springs, Port­
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♦Alabama, *Arkansas, *Georgia, *I!linois, Indiana, Iowa, ♦Ken­
tucky, *Missouri, ♦Nebraska, *Ghio, *Texas.
Five Business Days—*Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Dis­
trict of Columbia, *Louisiana, Maine, *Maryland, *Massachusetts,
♦Michigan, ♦Minnesota, Mississippi, New Hampshire, New Jersey,
New Mexico, *New York, *North Carolina, *Pennsylvania, Rhode
Island, South Carolina, *Tennessee. Vermont, *Virginia, Wisconsin.
Six Business Days—*California, *Florida, *Montana, North
Dakota, South Dakota, *Utah, West Virginia, Wyoming.
Seven Business Days—Arizona, Idaho, Nevada, *Oregon,
♦Washington.

*Except cities listed in other Schedules.
See “Note" under head office schedule.

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 523, State Banks 60. Total 583.
DIRECTORS
CLASS A:—R. E. HARDING (1933), 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 (1933), Waco, Texas; JOHN D.
MIDDLETON (1935), Greenville, Texas.
CLASS C:—C. C. WALSH (1934), Chairman of Board and Federal Reserve Agent; S. B. PERKINS (1933), 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 December SI, 1932)
RESOURCES
Gold with Federal Reserve Agent..............* 20,640,000
Gold redemption fund with U. S. Treasury
1,256,000
Gold held exclusively against F. R. notes 21,896,000
Gold settlement fund with F. R. Board...
7,244,000
Gold and gold certificates held by bank..
4,246,000
Total gold reserves......................................* 33,386,000
Reserves other than gold................................
8,354,000
Total reserve..............................................
Non-reserve cash...............................................
Bills discounted:
Sec. by U. S. Government 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

LIABILITIES
F. R. Notes in actual circulation............................................ $ 38,783,000
Deposits:
Member banks—reserve account........................................

46,779,000

Government................................................................................

125,000

Foreign banks.............................................................................

586,000

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

658,000

Total deposits .................... ..................................................$ 48,148,000
Deferred availability items.......................................................

12,500,000

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

3,910,000

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

8,719,000

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

1,045,000

TOTAL LIABILITIES......................................................*113,105,000

$ 41,740,000
3,734,000
572,000
4,630,000
5,202,000
826,000
17,313,000
6,151,000
22.257,000
45,721,000
51,749,000
83,000
12,514,000
318,000
1,741,000
1,226,000
$113,105,000

TIME SCHEDULE OF FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF DALLAS
Immediate Credit on Receipt—Dallas: Cashier’s Checks and
Quitaque, Ranger, Reagan, Red Oak, Redwater, Rice, Richardson,
Expense Checks of all Federal Reserve Banks and Branches. United
Richland, Ringgold, Rio Vista, Roby, Rochelle, Rochester, Rockdale,
States Treasury Warrants; Matured Interest Coupons from U. S.
Rockwall, Rogers, Roscoe, Rosebud, Rotan, Round Rock, Rowlett,
Government Securities: Drafts on Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
Royse City, Rule, St. Joe, San Angelo, Sanger, Santo Anna, Santo,
Seagoville, Shamrock, Sherman, Silverton, Slaton, Snyder, Stam­
and its branches.
ford, Stephenville, Stinnett, Strawn, Sweetwater, Sylvester, Tahoka,
One Business Day After Receipt—Houston, San Antonio,
Tatum, Taylor, Teague, Tehuacana, Temple, Terrell, Texarkana,
Kansas City, Little Rock, Memphis, New Orleans, Oklahoma City.
Thorndale, Thornton, Tolar, Trent, Trenton, Troup, Troy, Truscott,
Two Business Days After Receipt—-El Paso, Dallas Territory:
Tulia, Turkey, Tyler, Univ. Park (post office Dallas), Valley Mills,
the following places: Texas—Abernathy, Abilene, Albany, Allen,
Valley View, Van Alstyne, Venus, Vernon, Waco, Waxahachie,
Alvarado, Alvord, Amarillo, Amherst, Anna, Anson, Archer City,
Weatherford, Wellington, West Wheeler, Whitesboro, Whitewright,
Arlington, Atlanta, Avery, Baird, Bangs, Barry, Bartlett, Beckville,
Whitney, Wichita Falls, Wills Point, Windom, Winters, Wortham.
Bellevue, Bells, Belton, Benjamin, Big Sandy, Big Spring, Blackwell,
Louisiana—Delhi, Gibsland, Mansfield, Monroe, Ruston, Shreve­
Blanket, Blooming Grove, Bonham, Bowie, Brady, Breckenridge,
port. Oklahoma—Atoka, Caddo, Caney, Coalgate, Durant, Hugo,
Bremond, Bridgeport, Bronte, Brownfield, Brownwood, Bryson,
Idabel, Madill, Mannsville, Mill Creek, Valliant. Other Districts
Burkburnett, Caddo Mills, Cameron, Campbell, Cason, Canton,
—Atlanta, Birmingham, Charlotte, Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland,
Canyon, Carlton, Carthage, Celeste, Chico, Childress, Chillicothe,
Denver, Detroit, Jacksonville, Louisville, Minneapolis, Nashville,
Cisco, Clarendon, Clarksville, Claude, Cleburne, Clifton, Clyde,
Omaha, Pittsburgh, St. Louis, St. Paul.
Coleman, Colorado, Comanche, Commerce, Coolidge, Cooper,
Three Business Days After Receipt—Dallas Territory, except
Copperas Cove, Corsicana, Covington, Crandall, Daingerfleld,
points noted 2-day Division, Points of 2-day availability, Houston
Dawson, Decatur, De Kalb, De Leon, Denison, Denton, Dodd City,
Territory, according to schedule of Houston Branch, Points of
Dublin, Eastland, Eddy, Edgewood, Ennis, Estelline, Farmersville,
2-day availability, San Antonio Territory, according to schedule of
Fate, Ferris, Floydada, Forney, Forreston, Ft. Worth, Franklin,
San Antonio Branch. Other Districts—Baltimore, Boston,
Frost, Gainesville, Garland, Gary, Gatesville, Georgetown, GladeBrooklyn, Buffalo, Los Angeles, New York City, Philadelphia,
water, Goldthwaite, Gordon, Graham, Granbury, Grand Prairie,
Richmond, Salt Lake City, San Francisco, Kansas, Louisiana (Dist.
Grand Saline, Grandview, Granger, Grapevine, Greenville, Groes6), Oklahoma (Dist. 10).
beck, Gunter, Hale Center, Hallsville, Hamilton, Hamlin, Handley,
Four Business Days After Receipt—Eleventh District unas­
Happy, Haskell, Hedley, Henrietta, Hico, Hillsboro, Holland,
Honey Grove, Hubbard, Hughes Springs, Iowa Park, Iredell, Irene,
sorted items—Helena, Portland, Seattle, Spokane, Alabama, Arkan­
Irving, Italy, Itasca, Jacksboro, Jefferson, Joshua, Justin, Kaufman,
sas, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota.
Keller, Kemp, Kerens, Kilgore, Killeen, Kirkland, Knox City,
Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, Ohio, Wisconsin.
Kopperi, Kosse, Kress, Lamesa, Lampasas, Lancaster, Leary,
Five Business Days After Receipt—Colorado, Connecticut.
Leonard, Lewisville, Linden, Littlefield, Lockney, Longview,
Delaware, District of Columbia, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland,
Lorena, Lott, Lubbock, Mabank, Mansfield, Marlin, Marquez,
Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico (Dist. 10),
Marshall, Mart, Maypearl, McCaulley, McGregor, McKinney,
New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South
Melissa, Memphis, Menard, Meridian, Merkel, Mertens, Mesquite,
Carolina, Tennessee, Vermont, Virginia, West Virginia.
Mexia, Midlothian, Milford, Millsap, Mineola, Mineral Wells,
Six Business Days After Receipt—Arizona (Dist. 12), Cali­
Mingus, Mobeetie, Moody, Moran, Mt. Calm, Mt. Pleasant, Mullin,
fornia, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Utah, Wyoming.
Munday, Naples, Newark, New Boston, Nocona, O’Donnell, Olney,
Palmer, Panhandle, Paradise, Paris, Penelope, Pilot Point, PlainSeven Business Days After Receipt—Idaho, Nevada, Oregon,
Washington.
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EL PASO BRANCH.

(Transit Number 88-1)

(351 Myrtle Ave.)
J. L. HERMANN, Managing Director; ALLEN SAYLES, Cashiei.
DIRECTORS
J. L. HERMANN, E. M. HURD, A. P. COLES, 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; Cashier Checks and Expense
land, Detroit, Jacksonville, Louisville, Minneapolis, Nashville, New
Checks of all Federal Reserve Banks and Branches; United States
York, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Portland, Salt Lake City, St. Paul.
Treasury Warrants, Matured Interest Coupons from U. S. Govern­
Four Business Days After Receipt—Boston, Brooklyn, Helena,
ment Securities, Drafts on Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas and
Richmond, Seattle, Spokane, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas,
its branches.
Louisiana (Dist. 6), Michigan, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma
Two Business Days After Receipt—Dallas, Houston, San
(Dist. 10), Wisconsin.
Antonio, El Paso territory, the following places: Texas—Barstow,
Five Business Days After Receipt—Eleventh District unas­
Clint, Fabens, Midland, Pecos, Sierra Blanca, Stanton, Van Horn;
sorted items—Alabama, Arizona (Dist. 12), Arkansas, California,
New Mexico—Alamogordo, Anthony, Carrizozo, Clovis, Deming,
Colorado, Delaware, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Mary­
Elida, Hatch, Hot Springs, Las Cruces, Logan, Lordsburg, Melrose,
land, Minnesota, Mississippi, New Mexico (Dist. 10), New York,
Nara Visa, Portales, Roswell, Santa Rosa, Tucumcari, Tularosa.
North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Virginia.
Arizona—Benson, Bowie, Douglas, Tucson, Wilcox; Other Dis­
Six Business Days After Receipt—Connecticut, Kentucky,
tricts-—Denver, Kansas City, Little Rock, Los Angeles, Memphis,
Maine, Massachusetts, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey,
New Orleans, Oklahoma City, Omaha, St. Louis, San Francisco.
Oregon, Rhode Island, Tennessee, Utah, Vermont, West Virginia,
Three Business Days After Receipt—-El Paso Territory, except
Wyoming.
points noted in 2-day Division; Other Districts—Atlanta, Balti­
Seven Business Days After Receipt—Idaho, Montana, North
more, Birmingham, Buffalo, Charlotte, Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleve­
Dakota, South Dakota, Washington.

HOUSTON BRANCH.

(Transit Number 35-4)

(Texas Ave. & Caroline St.)
W. D. GENTRY, Managing Director; H. R. De MOSS, Cashier.
DIRECTORS
W. D. GENTRY, JOHN A. WILKINS, N. E. MEADOR, R. M. FARRAR and E. A. PEDEN, Houston: J. C.
WILSON, Beaumont; A. A. HORNE, Galveston.
TIME SCHEDULE OF HOUSTON BRANCH
Immediate Credit—Houston; Cashier’s Checks and Expense
points noted 2-day Division. Points of 2-day availability, Dallas
Checks of all Federal Reserve Banks and Branches; U. S. Treasury
Territory, according to schedule of Head Office; Points of 2-day
Warrants; Matured Interest Coupons from U. S. Government
availability, San Antonio Territory, according to schedule of San
Securities; Drafts on Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas and its
Antonio Branch. Other Districts—Baltimore, Brooklyn, Buffalo,
Branches.
Cleveland, Denver, Detroit, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, New York
City, Omaha, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Richmond, St. Paul, San
One Business Day After Receipt—Dallas, San Antonio, New
Francisco, Louisiana (Dist. 6).
Orleans.
Four Business Days After Receipt—Eleventh District unas­
Two Business Days After Receipt—El Paso, Houston Terri­
sorted items; Other Districts—Boston, Salt Lake City, Alabama,
tory, the following places: Texas—Alvin, Anderson, Bastrop, Bay
Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Miss­
City, Beaumont, Bellville, Blessing, Booth, Brenham, Brookshire,
issippi, Missouri, Oklahoma (Dist. 10), Wisconsin.
Bryan, Caldwell, Chappel Hill, Chireno, Cleveland, Columbus,
Conroe, Crockett, Dayton, Dickinson, Eagle Lake, Edna, El Campo,
Five Business Days After Receipt—Helena, Portland, Seattle,
Elgin, Fayetteville, Flatonia, Freeport, Galveston, Giddings, Glen
Spokane, Arkansas, Delaware, District of Columbia, Kentucky,
Flora, Hallettsville, Hitchcock, Hull, Humble, Huntsville, Iola,
Maryland, Minnesota, Nebraska, New Jersey, New York, North
Jacksonville, Joaquin, La Grange, La Porte, Leggett, Liberty,
Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia,
Livingston, Louise, Lovelady, Lufkin, Mauriceville, McDade,
West Virginia.
Nacogdoches, Navasota, Orange, Palacios, Palestine, Pasadena,
Six Business Days After Receipt—Arizona (Dist. 12), Cali­
Port Arthur, Port Neches, Red Rock, Richmond, Schulenberg,
fornia,
Colorado, Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hamp­
Sealy, Shiro, Silsbee, Smithville, Sour Lake, Sugarland, Teneha,
shire, New Mexico (Dist. 10), Rhode Island, Vermont.
Texas City, Timpson, Trinity, Victoria, Weimar, Wharton, Winnie.
Seven Business Days After Receipt—Montana, Nevada,
Other Districts—Atlanta, Birmingham, Charlotte, Chicago, Cin­
North Dakota, South Dakota, Utah, Wyoming.
cinnati, Jacksonville, Kansas City, Little Rock, Louisville, Memphis,
Nashville, Oklahoma City, St. Louis.
Eight Business Days After Receipt—Idaho, Oregon, Wash­
Three Business Days After Receipt—Houston Territory, except
ington.

SAN ANTONIO BRANCH.

(Transit Number 30-72)

(Jardin & Villita Sts.)
M. CRUMP, Managing Director; W. E. EAGLE, Cashier.
DIRECTORS
M. CRUMP, FRANZ C. GROOS, J. M. BENNETT. WALTER P. NAPIER. FRANK M. LEWIS, San Antonio;
GEORGE C. HOLLIS, Eagle Pass.; RICHARD KING, Corpus Christi.
TIME SCHEDULE OF SAN ANTONIO BRANCH
Immediate Credit—San Antonio; Cashier’s Checks and Expense
except points noted in 2-day Division: Points of 2-day availability
Checks of all Federal Reserve Banks and Branches; U. S. Treasury
Dallas Territory, according to schedule of Head Office, Points of 2-day
Warrants; Matured Interest Coupons from United States Govern­
availability, Houston Territory, according to schedule of Houston
ment Securities; Drafts on Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas and
Branch. Other Districts—Atlanta, Baltimore, Brooklyn, Buffalo,
its Branches.
Charlotte, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Denver, Detroit, Jacksonville,
Los Angeles, Minneapolis, New York City, Omaha, Philadelphia,
One Business Day After Receipt—Dallas, Houston.
Pittsburgh, Richmond, San Francisco, St. Paul.
Two Business Days After Receipt—-El Paso, San Antonio
Four Business Days After Receipt—Eleventh District unas­
Territory, the following places: Texas—Alamo, Alice, Aransas Pass,
sorted items; Other Districts—Boston, Portland, Salt Lake City,
Austin, Beeville, Bishop, Brownsville, Corpus Christi, Cotulla,
Alabama, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana (Dist. 6),
Cuero, Del Rio, Devine, Dilley, Donna, Eagle Pass, Edcouch,
Michigan, Missouri, Oklahoma (Dist. 10), Wisconsin.
Edinburg, Falfurrias, Falls City, Floresville, Fredericksburg, George
West, Goliad, Gonzales, Gregory, Harlingen, Hebbronville, Hondo,
Five Business Days After Receipt—Helena, Seattle, Spokane,
Karnes City, Kenedy, Kingsville, Kyle, La Coste, La Feria, La
Arkansas, Delaware, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Ken­
Pryor, Laredo, Lockhart, Los Fresnos, Luling, Lyford, Marion,
tucky, Maryland, Minnesota, Mississippi, New Jersey, Nebraska,
Martindale, Mathis, McAllen, Mercedes, Mission, New Braunfels,
New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina,
Nordheim, Odem, Pearsall, Pflugerville, Pharr, Pleasanton, Port
Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia.
Lavaca, Poth, Premont, Raymondville, Rio Hondo, Robstown,
Six Business Days After Receipt—Arizona (Dist. 12), Cali­
Rockport, Runge, Sabinal, San Benito, Sanderson, San Juan, San
fornia,
Colorado, Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hamp­
Marcos, Seguin, Sinton, Skidmore, So. San Antonio, Taft, Tynan,
shire, New Mexico (Dist. 10), Rhode Island, Vermont.
Uvalde, Waelder, Weslaco, Yoakum, Yorktown. Other DistrictsSeven Business Days After Receipt—-Montana, Nevada, North
Birmingham, Chicago, Kansas City, Little Rock, Louisville, Mem­
Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Utah, Wyoming.
phis, Nashville, New Orleans, Oklahoma City, St. Louis.
Three Business Days After Receipt—San Antonio territory,
Eight Business Days After Receipt—Idaho, Washington.

DISTRICT No. 12—Bank Located at San Francisco.

(Transit Number 11-37)

(Sansome & Sacramento Sts.)
TERRITORY IN DISTRICT—California, Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Nevada, LTtah, and the following counties
in Arizona: Apache, Coconino, Gila, Maricopa, Mohave, Navajo, Pinal, Yavapai, and Yuma.
Membership: National Banks 371; State Banks 78.
Non-member Banks 505; Total number of banks in 12th District, 954.

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DIRECTORS
CLASS A:—C. K. McINTOSH (1934), San Francisco, Calif., T. H. RAMSAY (1935), Red Bluff, Calif., KEITH
POWELL (1933), Woodburn, Ore.
CLASS B:—E. H. COX (1934), Madera, Calif; A. B. C. DOHRMANN (1935), San Francisco, Calif.; MALCOLM
McNAGHTEN (1933), Los Angeles, Calif.
CLASS C:—WILLIAM SPROULE (1934), San Francisco, Calif.; ISAAC B. NEWTON (1935), Los Angeles, Calif.
Chairman of Board, WALTON N. MOORE (1933), San Francisco. Calif.. Deputy Chairman of Board.
Member of Federal Advisory Council, HENRY M. ROBINSON, Los Angeles, Calif.
OFFICERS
C. E. EARHART, Assistant Cashier.
JNO. U. CALKINS, Governor.
WM. A. DAY. Deputy Governor.
H. N. MANGELS, Assistant Cashier.
IRA CLERK, Deputy Governor
E. C. MAILLIARD, Assistant Cashier.
W. M. HALE, Cashier.
J. M. OSMER, Assistant Cashier
CHESTER D. PHILLIPS, Assistant Cashier.
F, H. HOLMAN, General Auditor.
FEDERAL RESERVE AGENT.
ISAAC B. NEWTON, Federal Reserve Agent.
S. G. SARGENT, Assistant Federal Reserve Agent, Chief Examiner and Secretary.
OLIVER P. WHEELER, Assistant Federal Reserve Agent.
ALBERT C. AGNEW, Counsel.
{Statement of January Jh 1933)
RESOURCES

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

$

228,610

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

144,788,000

Government.........................................................

2,598,000

Foreign banks................................................

1,311,000

Other Deposits...............................................

5,878,000

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

154,575,000

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

19,509,000

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

10,452,000

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

19,701,000

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

1,054,000

TOTAL LIABILITIES

$176,263,000
5,776,000
181,839,000
29,849,000
25,540,000
237,228,000
9,144,000
246,372,000
6,940,000

Gold with Federal Reserve Agent......................
Gold redemption fund with U. S. Treasury...
Gold held exclusively against F. R. notes....
Gold settlement fund with F. R. Board..........
Gold and gold certificates held by bank..........
Total Gold Reserves..............................................
Reserves other than gold......................................
Total Reserves.................................................
Non-reserve cash.....................................................
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.....................................................
Certificates and bills..........................................

4,682,000
24,684,000
29,366,000
2,166,000
25,270,000
21,257,000
76,917,000
123,444,000
154,976,000
206,000
997,000
18,553,000
4,244,000
1,613,000

Total U. S. Government securities................
Total bills and securities...................................
Due from Foreign Banks......................................
Federal Reserve Notes on other banks............
Uncollected items....................................................
Bank premises..........................................................
All other resources.................................................

TOTAL RESOURCES

$433,901,000

$

433,901,000

TIME SCHEDULE OF THE FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF SAN FRANCISCO
Willits, Woodlake, Yreka. Other Districts—Chicago, Dallas,
Immediate—San Francisco (if received in time for clearing).
Helena, Houston. Kansas City, Little Rock, Memphis, Minneapolis,
U. S. Treasury Warrants, Drafts on Head Office, Federal Reserve
New Orleans, Oklahoma City, Omaha, San Antonio, St. Louis, St.
Bank of San Francisco.
Paul.
One Day After Receipt—-Los Angeles.
Five Days After Receipt—Arizona (Dist. 12); Oregon—Coun­
Two Davs After Receipt—Portland, Salt Lake City, Seattle,
try;
Utah—Country. Other Districts—Atlanta, Baltimore,
California Head Office Zone (except places noted in four-day divi­
Birmingham, Boston, Buffalo, Charlotte, Cincinnati, Cleveland,
sion), California-Los Angeles Zone, the following cities: Hollywood,
Detroit, Jacksonville, Louisville, Nashville, New York City, Phila­
Ocean Park, Pasadena, Santa Monica, Venice, Long Beach.
delphia, Pittsburgh, Richmond.
Three Days After Receipt—Spokane, Nevada (Head Office
Six Days After Receipt—Idaho, Nevada-Salt Lake City Zone,
Zone). Other Districts—Denver, El Paso.
Washington—Country. Other Districts—Arizona (Dist. 11),
Colorado, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Michigan,
Four Davs After Receipt—California, Los Angeles Zone (except
Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, New Mexico, Oklahoma,
cities noted'in two-day division). California-Head Office Zone, the
Wisconsin.
following cities: Alturas, Angels Camp, Areata, Bieber, Caruthers,
Cedarville, Covelo, Crescent City, Dorris, Etna Mills, Eureka, Fall
Seven Days After Receipt—Arkansas, Connecticut, Delaware,
River Mills, Fair Oaks, Ferndale, Fort Bidwell, Fort Bragg, Fort
District of Columbia, Georgia, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland,
Jones, Fortuna, Greenville, Hardwick, lone, Jackson, Jamestown,
Massachusetts, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New
Kelseyville. Kerman, Knights Landing, Lakeport, Loleta, Loyalton,
York State, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island,
Maricopa, McCloud, McFarland, Mendocino, Montague, Mt. Shasta,
South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont, Virginia, Wyoming.
Placerville, Plymouth-Point Arena, Princeton, Riverdale, San
Eight Days After Receipt—Alabama, Florida, North Dakota,
Andreas, San Miguel, Scotia, Sonora, Susanville, Sutter Creek, Taft,
South Dakota, West Virginia.
Tehachapi, Tranquility, Upper Lake, Weaverville, Weed, Westwood,

LOS ANGELES BRANCH, (Transit Number 16-16)
(10th and Olive Sts.)
W. N. AMBROSE, Managing Director; M. McRITCHIE, Assistant Manager; F. C. BOLD, Assistant Cashier;
L C. MEYER, Assistant Cashier.
DIRECTORS
F. J. BELCHER, Jr., A. J. CRUICKSHANK, C. B. VOORHIS, Chairman, J. B. ALEXANDER.
TIME SCHEDULE OF LOS ANGELES BRANCH OF FEDERAL RESERVE BANK, SAN FRANCISCO
Five Days After Receipt—Nevada, Utah—Country; Other
Immediate—Los Angeles (if received in time for clearing).
Districts—Atlanta, Arizona (Dist. 11), Baltimore, Birmingham.
United States Treasury Warrants, Drafts on Los Angeles Branch,
Boston, Buffalo, Charlotte. Cleveland, Jacksonville, Kansas, New
Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco.
York City, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Richmond.
One Day After Receipt—San Francisco, Hollywood, Long
Six Days After Receipt—Oregon—Country; Other Districts—
Beach, Ocean Park, Pasadena, Santa Monica, Venice.
Colorado, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan,
Minnesota,
Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, New Mexico, Ohio,
Two Days After Receipt—Salt Lake City; California-Los
Oklahoma, Texas, Wisconsin.
Angeles Zone (except cities noted in one-day division).
Seven Days After Receipt—Idaho, Washington—Country;
Three Days After Receipt—-Portland, Seattle; Dallas, Denver,
Other Districts—Arkansas, Connecticut, Delaware, District of
El Paso, Kansas City, San Antonio.
Columbia, Georgia, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Nebraska,
New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York State, North Carolina,
Four Days After Receipt—Spokane, California-Head Office
Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Vermont,
Zone, Arizona (Dist. 12). Other Districts—Chicago, Cincinnati,
Virginia, Wyoming.
Detroit, Helena, Houston, Little Rock, Louisville, Memphis, Minne­
Eight Days After Receipt—Alabama, Florida, North Dakota,
apolis, Nashville, New Orleans, Oklahoma City, Omaha, St. Louis,
South Dakota, West Virginia.
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, Chairman, EDWARD C. PEASE.
TIME SCHEDULE OF PORTLAND BRANCH OF FEDERAL RESERVE BANK, SAN FRANCISCO
Dallas, Detroit, Kansas City, Louisville, Oklahoma City, Omaha
Immediate—Portland (if received in time for clearing). United
San Antonio, St. Louis.
States Treasury Warrants, Drafts on Portland Branch, Federal
Five Days After Receipt—California—Country, Idaho, Nevada,
Reserve Bank of San Francisco.
Utah—Country; Other Districts—Atlanta, Baltimore, Birming­
One Day After Receipt—Seattle, Spokane.
ham, Boston, Buffalo, El Paso, Houston, Jacksonville, Little Rock,
Two Days After Receipt—San Francisco, Salt Lake City,
Memphis, Minnesota, Montana, Nashville,. New York City, Phila­
Washington-Portland Zone, Oregon (except cities noted in four-day
delphia, Pittsburgh, Richmond.
division); Other Districts—Helena.
Six Days After Receipt—Charlotte, Colorado, Illinois, Indiana,
Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, Missouri, New Orleans, Ohio,
Three Days After Receipt—Los Angeles; Other Districts—
Oklahoma, Wisconsin.
Denver, Minneapolis, St. Paul.
Seven Days After Receipt—Arizona (Dist. 12). Other Dis­
Four Days After Receipt—Washington—Country—Seattle
tricts—Arizona (Dist. 11), Connecticut, Delaware, District of
Zone; Washington—Country, Spokane Zone; Oregon—the follow­
Columbia, Georgia, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts,
Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York
ing cities: Alsea, Bandon, Bonanza, Brownsville, Coquille, Crane,
State, North Carolina, North Dakota, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island,
Eagle Point, Enterprise, Gold Beach, Halfway, Harper, Helix,
South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Vermont, Virginia,
Heppner, John Day, Joseph, Juntura, Klamath Falls, Lakeview,
Wyoming.
Malin, Merrill, Mill City, Mitchell, Monroe, Myrtle Point, Newport,
Eight Days After Receipt—Alabama, Arkansas, Florida.
Nyssa, Paisley, Powers, Prairie City, Sandy, Scotts Mills, Toledo,
Mississippi, Texas, West Virginia.
Vale, Wallowa; Other Districts—Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland,

SALT LAKE CITY BRANCH,

(Transit Number 31-31)

(Cor. South Temple and East State St.)

W. L. PARTNER, Managing Director; H. M. CRAFT, Assistant Manager; W. M. SMOOT, Assistant Cashier.
DIRECTORS
*
H. E. HEMINGWAY, E. 0. HOWARD, LAFAYETTE HANCHETT, Chairman, G. G. WRIGHT.
TIME SCHEDULE OF SALT LAKE CITY BRANCH, FEDERAL RESERVE BANK, SAN FRANCISCO
Immediate—Salt Lake City (if received in time for clearing).
Five Days After Receipt—California—Country, Idaho-Spokane
Zone, Nevada—Head Office Zone, Oregon—Country, Washington—
United States Treasury Warrants, Drafts on Salt Lake City Branch,
Country; Other Districts—Colorado, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa,
Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco.
Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana,
Two Days After Receipt—Portland, Spokane, San Francisco,
Nebraska, Ohio, Oklahoma, Wisconsin, Wyoming.
Los Angeles; Other Districts—Denver, Helena, Omaha.
Three Days After Receipt—Seattle, Idaho-Sale Lake City
Six Days After Receipt—Arizona (Dist. 12); Other Districts—
Zone, Utah—Country. Other Districts—Chicago, Cincinnati,
Arizona (Dist. 11), Arkansas, Connecticut, Delaware, District of
Cleveland, Dallas, Detroit, El Paso, Kansas City, Little Rock.
Columbia, Georgia, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts,
Louisville, Memphis, Minneapolis, Nashville, Oklahoma City,
Mississippi, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York
Pittsburgh, St. Louis, St. Paul.
State, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Rhose Island, South Carolina,
Tennessee, Texas, Vermont, Virginia.
Four Days After Receipt—Nevada-Salt Lake City Zone;
Other Districts—Atlanta, Baltimore, Birmingham, Boston,
Seven Days After Receipt—Alabama, Florida, North Dakota.
Buffalo, Charlotte, Houston, Jacksonville, New Orleans, New York
South Dakota, West Virginia.
City, Philadelphia, Richmond, San Antonio.

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
M. A. ARNOLD, M. F. BACKUS, CHAS. H. CLARKE, Chairman, HENRY A. RHODES.
TIME SCHEDULE OF SEATTLE BRANCH OF FEDERAL RESERVE BANK, SAN FRANCISCO
Immediate—Seattle (if received in time for clearing). United
Jacksonville, Little Rock, Louisville, Memphis, Minnesota, Mon­
States Treasury Warrants, Drafts on Seattle Branch, Federal
tana, Nashville, New York City, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Rich­
mond, San Antonio.
Reserve Bank of San Francisco.
Six Days After Receipt—California—Country, Nevada, Utah—
One Day After Receipt—Portland, Spokane.
Country; Other Districts—Charlotte, Colorado, Illinois, Indiana,
Two Days After Receipt—Washington-Seattle Zone. Other
Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Missouri, New Orleans, Ohio. Oklahoma,
Districts—Helena.
Wisconsin.
Three Davs After Receipt—Salt Lake City, San Francisco, Los
Seven Days After Receipt—Arizona (Dist. 12); Other Dis­
Angeles; Other Districts—Denver, Minneapolis, St. Paul.
tricts—Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Georgia,
Four Days After Receipt—Oregon—Country, Washington—
Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Nebraska,
Portland Zone, Washington-Spokane Zone; Other Districts—
New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York State, North
Carolina, North Dakota, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South
Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Detroit, Kansas City, Oklahoma
Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Vermont, Virginia, Wyoming.
City, Omaha, St. Louis.
Five Days After Receipt—Idaho; Other Districts—Atlanta,
Eight Days After Receipt—Alabama, Arizona (Dist. 11),
Baltimore, Birmingham, Boston, Buffalo, Dallas, El Paso, Houston,
Arkansas, Florida, Mississippi, Texas, West Virginia.

SPOKANE BRANCH, (Transit Number 28-1)
(Post St. and Main Ave.)

D. L. DAVIS, Managing Director; JOS. M. LEISNER, Assistant Manager; A. J. DUMM, Assistant Cashier.
DIRECTORS
D. W. TWOHY, R. M. HARDY, PETER McGREGOR, STANLEY A. EASTON, Chairman.
TIME SCHEDULE OF SPOKANE BRANCH OF FEDERAL RESERVE BANK, SAN FRANCISCO
Immediate—Spokane (if received in time for clearing). United
Bluffs, White Swan, Winthrop; Other Districts—Birmingham,
States Treasury Warrants, Drafts on Spokane Branch, Federal
Buffalo, Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Dallas, Detroit, El Paso,
Reserve Bank of San Francisco.
Little Rock, Louisville, Memphis, Nashville, Oklahoma City,
Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, St. Louis.
One Day After Receipt—Portland, Seattle.
Five Days After Receipt—Idaho-Salt Lake City Zone, Utah—
Two Days After Receipt—Salt Lake City, Washington-Spokane
Country; Other Districts—Atlanta, Baltimore, Boston, Charlotte,
Zone (except cities noted in four-day division), Idaho, the following
Houston, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Jacksonville, Kansas, Minnesota,
cities: Bonners Ferry, Coeur d'Alene, Harrison, Kellogg, Lewiston,
Montana, New Orleans, New York City, Richmond, San Antonio,
Moscow, Plummer, Post Falls, Potlatch, Priest River, Rathdrum,
Wisconsin.
St. Maries, Sandpoint, Spirit Lake, Wallace, Wardiner, Worley;
Six Days After Receipt—California—Country, Nevada; Other
Other Districts—Helena.
Districts—Colorado, Delaware, Kentucky, Maryland, Michigan,
Missouri, Nebraska, New Jersey, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania,
Three Days After Receipt—San Francisco; Other Districts—
Wyoming.
Denver, Kansas, City Minneapolis, Omaha, St. Paul.
Seven Days After Receipt—Arizona (Dist. 12); Other Dis­
Four Days After Receipt—Los Angeles, Oregon—Country,
tricts—Alabama, Arizona (Dist. 11), Arkansas, Connecticut, Dis­
Idaho-Spokane Zone (except cities noted in two-day division),
trict of Columbia, Georgia, Louisiana, Maine, Massachusetts,
Washington-Seattle Zone, Washington-Portland Zone, Washing­
Mississippi, New Hampshire, New Mexico, New York State, North
ton, the following cities: Brewster, College Place, Colton, Colville,
Carolina, North Dakota, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South
Entiat, Hunters, lone, Kettle Falls, Mabton, Marcus, Metaline
Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont, Virginia.
Falls, Moxee City, Okanogan, Omak, Outlook, Pine City, Pomeroy.
Eight Days AfterlReceipt—Florida, West Virginia.
Republic, Starbuck, Tieton, Tonasket, Twisp, Uniontown, White


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FEDERAL FARM LOAN BOARD
WASHINGTON, D. C.

WILLIAM H. WOODIN, Secretary of the Treasury, Chairman ex officio
JAMES B. MADISON
PAUL BESTOR, Farm Loan Commissioner
JOHN H. GUILL
VULOSKO VAIDEN
L. J. PETTIJOHN
PEYTON R. EVANS,
A. C. WILLIAMS
General Counsel
FRANKLIN D. VAN SANT, Secretary

FEDERAL LAND BANKS
DISTRICT No. 1—Bank Located at Springfield, Mass.
WM. H. BROWNING, Jr.. Farm Loan Registrar.
TERRITORY IN DISTRICT—Maine, New Hampshire. Vermont. Massachusetts. Rhode Island. Connecticut. New York, and New Jersey.
OFFICERS^EDWARD H. THOMSON, President, W. W. PORTER, Vice-President, HAROLD P. PERKINS. Secretary, MACDONALD
G NEWCOMB. Vice-President and Treasurer, O. D. ROATS, General Counsel,
DIRECTORS—EDWARD H. THOMSON. W. W. PORTER. E. H. FORBUSH. W. I. TOMLINSON. [EDWARD R. EASTMAN. FRANK
I. COWAN.

DISTRICT No. 2—Bank Located at Baltimore, Md.
HOWARD RITTER, Farm Loan Registrar.
TERRITORY IN DISTRICT—Pennsylvania. Delaware. Maryland. Virginia. West Virginia. District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico.
OFFICERS—CHAS. S. JACKSON. President, HORACE S. WYNN. 1st Vice-President and Treasurer, D. G. HARRY. 2nd Vice-President, E. P.
CRIDER. Secretary, I. P. WHITEHEAD. General Counsel.
DIRECTORS—D. G. HARRY. JOHN H. MURRAY. JOHN H. JOHNSON. THOMAS W. OZLIN, GEORGE P. ALDERSON. GEORGE
M. FISHER. CHAS. S. JACKSON.
___________________________________________________

DISTRICT No. 3—Bank Located at Columbia, S. C.
R. J. TIGHE, Farm Loan Registrar.
TERRITORY IN DISTRICT—North Carolina. South Carolina. Georgia, and Florida.
CAPITAL, $16,060,695.
OFFICERS—FRANK H. DANIEL. President, L. I. GUION, Vice President, RUFUS R. CLARKE, Secretary, A. B. MERRITT. ViceDIRE^RS^-FRANK HZ DANIEL DL. ^cSio™^' CgTrY. JAS. T. ANDERSON. T. H. .TUTEN. E. HERVIE EVANS. HENRY
H. FURLOW.

___________________________________________________

DISTRICT No. 4—Bank Located at Louisville, Ky.
ERNEST E. REARDON, Farm Loan Registrar.
TERRITORY IN DISTRICT—Ohio. Indiana. Kentucky, and Tennessee.
CAPITAL. $14,765,435.
OFFICERS—A. G. BROWN. President, A. P. SANDLES. Vice-President, M. S. KENNEDY, Jr., Vice-President and Secretary, WM. C.
HOUSTON, Jr., Vice-President and Treasurer, ROGER D. BRAN1GIN, General Counsel.
DIRECTORS—L. B. CLORE. Ch. of Bd„ FRANK D. RASH. ERNEST RICE. FRED D. COPPOCK, A. P. SANDLES.

DISTRICT No. 5—Bank Located at New Orleans, La.
C. R. FAY, Farm Loan Registrar.
TERRITORY IN DISTRICT—Alabama. Mississippi, and Louisiana
CAPITAL, $18,452,330.
OFFICERS—R. B. CLARK. President, R. T. GOODWYN. Vice-President, EDWARD B. GREEN. Vice-President, J. V. DeGRUY, VicePresident and Treasurer, M. FI. MOORE, Secretary, J. M. THOMAS, General Counsel.
DIRECTORS—GERMAN BAKER. R. T. GOODWYN. L. O. CROSBY. A. A. LeJEUNE, TIP RAY. A. H. STONE. W. T. NEAL.

DISTRICT No. 6—Bank Located at St. Louis, Mo.
WILLIAM R. CAMPBELL. Farm Loan Registrar.
TERRITORY IN DISTRICT—Illinois, Missouri, and Arkansas.
CAPITAL, $15,187,385.
OFFICERS—WOOD NETHERLAND. President, O. J. LLOYD. Vice-Pres. and Secretary, W. H. LAND. Vice-President and Treasurer,
DIRECTORS^WOODraNETHERLAND. E. C. COULTER. C. E. HOPKINS. W. W. MARTIN. A. P. PATTON. L. M. SMITH. JOHN
REEVES.

__________________________________________________

DISTRICT No. 7—Bank Located at St. Paul, Minn.
H. C. LIBBY. Farm Loan Registrar.
TERRITORY IN DISTRICT—Michigan. Wisconsin. Minnesota, and North Dakota.
CAPITAL, $25,241,740.
OFFICERS—F H. KLAWON, President, SAMUEL TORGERSON. Vice-President, FRANK G. WANEK. Vice-President and Secretary,
GEORGE S. GORDHAMER. Vice-President and Treasurer, JOHN THORPE, General Counsel
.......
DIRECTORS—F. H. KLAWON. SAM A. RASK. SAMUEL TORGERSON. FRANK R. COIT. JOHN C. SMITH. GOTTFRID S. JOHNSON
CHAS. E. PARKER.
_______________________________________________ _

DISTRICT No. 8—Bank Located at Omaha, Neb.
S. H. BLACKWELL, Farm Loan Registrar.
TERRITORY IN DISTRICT—Iowa. Nebraska. South Dakota, and Wyoming
CAPITAL, $18,742,000.
OFFICERS—D. P. HOGAN. President, JOHN CARMODY. Vice-Pres. and Secretary, ANDREW KOPPERUD. 2nd Vice-Pres. and Treasurer,
T. C. HORNBY. 3rd Vice-President. HARVEY M. JOHNSEN, General Counsel.
DIRECTORS—D. P. HOGAN. A. M. HASKELL. A. O. HAUGE. E. A. BURNETT. J. C. UNDERWOOD, FLETCHER ALGUIRE,
F. S. McCAFFREE.
___________________________________________________

DISTRICT No. 9—Bank Located at Wichita, Kas.
ORAN LAYTON, Farm Loan Registrar.
TERRITORY IN DISTRICT—Oklahoma. Kansas. Colorado, and New Mexico.
CAPITAL, $11,969,485.
OFFICERS—JOHN FIELDS, President, W. E. FISHER, Vice-President and Secretary, A. N. ROCHESTER, Vice-President and Treasurer,
W. E. PEPPERELL. Vice-President and General Counsel.
, „ . ,
DIRECTORS—JOHN FIELDS. F. M. WILSON. W. H. MOTT. L. E. CALL. OLIVER M. LEE. P. O. WELLS. J. A. CARNES.

DISTRICT No. 10—Bank Located at Houston, Tex.
HENRY R. TULL. Farm Loan Registrar,
TERRITORY IN DISTRICT—The State of Texas.
CAPITAL, $18,173,630.
„
j ,
j
OFFICERS—M. H. GOSSETT. President, R. D. JOHNSON. 1st Vice-President and Treasurer, JOHN VAN DeMARK, 2nd Vice-President and
DIRECTORS^S.'aISLFKdIey: Ch!ofalBd!! Mn H. GOSSETT. RALPH H. HARRIS. R. S. RODGERS. W. C. HURST. ROY C. ARCHER.

DISTRICT No. 11—Bank Located at Berkeley, Calif.
F. S. BALDWIN, Farm Loan Registrar.
TERRITORY IN DISTRICT—California. Nevada. Utah, and Arizona.
CAPITAL, $10 203,538
. K, „
OFFICERS—W D. FI I .IS, President, JOHN T. WILSON, Vice-President, R. T. EVANS, Vice-President, WALTER C. DEAN, Secretary,
CHARLES PARKER. Treasurer, RICHARD W. YOUNG. General Counsel.
DIRECTORS—W. D ELLIS. JOHN T. WILSON. WILLIAM GOULD. R. L. ADAMS. WM. RAYMOND, RICHARD L. JEX. FRANK S.
BOICE.
_____________________________ ______________________

DISTRICT No. 12—Bank Located at Spokane, Wash.
E. M. WATSON. Farm Loan Registrar.
TERRITORY IN DISTRICT—Washington. Oregon. Montana, and Idaho.
CAPITAL, $20.091,023.
OFFICERS—E. M. EHRHARDT. President, W. S. McCORMACK. Vice-President, M. B. HAMPTON, 2nd Vice-President, HENRY MATTHEW.
Secretary, O. H.JUNOD, Treasurer, DANA E. BRINCK, General Counsel.
DIRECTORS—R. E. SHEPHERD. Ch. of Bd„ E. M. EHRHARDT. W. S. McCORMACK. PETE THOMPSON. B. D. THOMPSON.
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FEDERAL HOME LOAN BOARD
WASHINGTON, D. C.

FRANKLIN W. FORT, Chairman
WM. E. MURRAY, Secretary
HORACE RUSSELL, General Counsel

JOHN M. GRIES
WILLIAM E. BEST
MORTON BODFISH

FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANKS
DISTRICT No. 1—Bank Located at Cambridge, Mass. (Kimball Square Bldg.)
TERRITORY IN DISTRICT—Connecticut. Maine. Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont.

CAPITAL, $12,500,000.

OFFICERS

Chairman, WINTHROP MURRAY CRANE. JR.
Vice Chairman, EDWARD H. WEEKS
President, HERBERT F. TAYLOR. JR.

Executive Vice President, WALTER H. NEAVES
2nd Vice President, HERBERT N. FAULKNER
Secretary and Comptroller, FREDERICK WINANT, JR.

Examiner, PETER M. KENNEDY

DIRECTORS
Winthrop Murray Crane, Jr., Dalton, Mass.
George B. Lord, Portsmouth Savings Bank, Portsmouth, N. H.
Ernest A. Hale, Suffolk Cooperative Bank, Boston, Mass.
Walter P. Schwabe, Thompsonville Bldg. & Loan Assn., Thompsonville,
Raymond P. Harold, Worcester Cooperative Bank, Worcester, Mass.
Conn.
Sumner W. Johnson, Cumberland Ln. & Bldg. Assn., Portland, Me.
Levi P. Smith, Burlington Savings Institution, Burlington, Vt.
Harry C. Jones, Manchester Bldg. 8c Ln. Assn., Manchester, N. H.
Herbert F. Taylor, Jr., Boston Cooperative Bank, Boston, Mass.
Louis E. Kirstein. William Filene Sons Co., Boston, Mass.
Edward H. Weeks, Old Colony Cooperative Bank, Providence, R. I.

DISTRICT No. 2—Bank Located at Newark, N. J. (Lefcourt Bldg.)
TERRITORY IN DISTRICT—New Jersey, New York, Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands.
CAPITAL, $20,000,000.
OFFICERS
Chairman, GEORGE MacDONALD
Executive Vice President, GEORGE L. BLISS
Vice Chairman, JOHN EDEN FARWELL
General Counsel, FRED G. STICKEL, JR.
President, FRANCIS V. D. LLOYD
Examiner, ROBERT G. CLARKSON
DIRECTORS
Roy H. Bassett, Canton Savings 8c Loan Assn., Canton, N. Y.
Francis V. D. Lloyd, Judge, Bergen County District Court, 210 Main
Louis J. Cohen, 207 Market St.. Newark, N. J.
St., Hackensack, N. J.
John Eden Farwell, Geneva Permanent Loan & Sav. Assn., Geneva,
George MacDonald, Consolidated Oil Co., New York, N. Y.
N. Y.
Ernest A. Minier, West End Bldg. & Loan Assn., Newark, N. J.
David Ford, Peoples Bldg. & Loan Assn., Atlantic City, N. J.
Le Grand W. Pellett, Bldg. 8c Loan Assn, of Newburgh, Newburgh,
Robert H. Gulliver, Broad St. Bank Bldg., Trenton, N. J.
N. Y.
Paul L. Haid, President, Fire Insurance Executives Assn., I 16 John St.,
Eustace Seligman, Sullivan & Cromwell, 48 Wall St., New York, N. Y.
New York City, N. Y.

DISTRICT No. 3—Bank Located at Pittsburgh, Pa. (Ninth St. and Liberty Ave.)
TERRITORY IN DISTRICT—Delaware, Pennsylvania, West Virginia.

CAPITAL, $12,500,000.

OFFICERS

Chairman, ERNEST T. TRIGG
Vice Chairman, HERSCHEL C. OGDEN
President, F. S. GUTHRIE
Executive Vice President, WILLIAM F. BELL

Second Vice President, FRANK McCULLY
Secretary and Comptroller, F. J. HUBER
Counsel, R. A. CUNNINGHAM

DIRECTORS
Henry Brachhold, 6422 N. Camac St., Philadelphia, Pa.
A. E. Sheller, Franklin Bldg. 8c Loan Assn., Altoona, Pa.
S. L. Caum, Equitable Bldg. & Loan Assn., Bethlehem, Pa.
Ernest T. Trigg, John Lucas & Co., Philadelphia, Pa.
F. S. Guthrie, Dollar Savings Bank, 4th Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa.
Charles Warner, 1616 Walnut St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Herschel C. Ogden, United Newspapers, Wheeling, W. Va.
Hubbs Weimer, Duquesne Heights Bldg. 8c Ln. Assn., Pittsburgh, Pa.
J. J. O’Malley, Diamond City Bldg. 8c Loan Assn., Wilkes Barre, Pa.
C. F. Woodward, Mortgage Security Bldg. & Ln. Assn., Germantown.
Joseph H. Reass, Jr., 25 Eleventh St., Wheeling, W. Va.
Pa.

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, $10,000,000.
OFFICERS
Chairman, J. A. C. CHANDLER
Executive Vice President, Secretary and Comptroller,
Vice Chairman, E. C. BALTZ
THOMAS W. ELLETT
President, JULIAN PRICE
Treasurer, ALBAN B. CALDWELL
General Counsel, C. A. M. WELLS
DIRECTORS
E. C. Baltz, Perpetual Bldg. 8c Loan Assn., Washington, D. C.
W. A. Pattillo, 213 W. 21st St., Birmingham, Ala.
J. A. C. Chandler, President, William & Mary College, Williamsburg,
Julian Price, Jefferson Standard Life Insurance Co., Greensboro, N. C.
Va.
....
P- W. Spencer, Rock Hill, N. C.
Frank A. Chase, Dade County Securities Co., Miami, Fla.
J. F. Stevens, 108 N. Greene St., Greensboro, N. C.
C. C. Duke. President, Provident Savings Bank, Baltimore, Md.
T. H. Welsh, Hyattsville Bldg. & Loan Assn., Hyattsville, Md.
J. Newton Gordon, 219 Ninth St., Lynchburg, Va.
Ernest Woodruff, Coco Cola Company, Atlanta, Ga.

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

CAPITAL, $15,000,000.
OFFICERS

Chairman, HARRY S. KISSELL
Vice Chairman, L. A. HICKMAN
President. H. F. CELLARIUS
Executive Vice President, WALTER E. JULIUS

Second Vice President, H. J. BRODBECK
Treasurer, W. B. FURGERSON
Secretary-Comptroller, J. M. ROUNTREE
Legal Counsel, J. M. MORE
Director of Public Relations, j. M. WYMAN

DIRECTORS
H. F. Celjarius, San Marco Bldg. 8c Loan Assn., Cincinnati, Ohio
Harry S. Kissell, First National Bank Bldg., Springfield, Ohio
C. A. Craig, National Life & Accident Insurance Co., Nashville, Tenn.
J. M. McKay, Home Savings 8c Loan Co., Youngstown, Ohio
J. V. Davidson, Lumbermen’s Savings Assn., Toledo, Ohio
F. M. Ransbottom, Home Bldg. 8c Loan Co., Roseville, Ohio
C. S. Furber, Kenton Co. Bldg. & Loan League, Covington, Ky.
Judge R. C. Stoll, 602 First National Bank Bldg., Lexington, Ohio
C. J. Haase, Home Bldg. 8c Loan Assn., Memphis, Tenn.
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F. F. Van Deusen, Union Savings 8c Loan Co., Cleveland, Ohio
L. A. Hickman, Greater Louisville Savings 8c Bldg. Assn., Louisville,

Ky,

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

CAPITAL, $8,000,000.
OFFICERS

Chairman, FERMOR S. CANNON
Vice Chairman, S. R. LIGHT

President, H. T. DONALDSON

DIRECTORS
F. S. Cannon, Railroadmen’s Bldg. 8c Sav. Assn., Indianapolis, Ind.
G. H. Longenecker, Peoples Savings Assn., Benton Harbor, Mich.
M. L. Dickover, Valparaiso Bldg. Loan Fund & Sav. Assn., Valparaiso,
C. N. Remington, Grand Rapids Mutual Bldg. 8c Loan Assn., Grand
Ind.
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Rapids, Mich.
H. T. Donaldson, 121 West Allegan St., Indianapolis. Ind.
William C. Walz, Huron Valley Bldg. & Savings Assn.. Ann Arbor
J. W. Drake, 1824 Union Guardian Bldg., Detroit, Mich.
Mich.
M. H. Gray, Peoples-Muncie Bldg. 8c Loan Assn.. Muncie, Ind.
Lowry Bertelsen, West Side Bldg. 8c Loan Assn., Evansville, Ind.
S. R. Light, 503 Bank of Kalamazoo Bldg., Kalamazoo, Mich.
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HE location of and district served by each of the
-*■ twelve Federal intermediate credit banks are the
same as those of the Federal land banks, and the
officers and directors of the Federal land banks are ex
officio officers and directors of the Federal intermedia
ate credit banks. The authorized capital of each
Federal intermediate credit bank is $5,000,000, or a
total of $60,000,000 for the twelve banks, all of which
was subscribed by the Secretary of the Treasury on
behalf of the United States. Of the subscribed
capital, $32,000,000, has been paid in, and the balance,
$28,000,000, is subject to call in whole or in part by
the directors of the banks, with the approval of the
Federal Farm Loan Board, on 30 days’ notice to the
Secretary of the Treasury. The present paid-in capital
of each of the banks is $2,000,000, except in the
following cases: Federal Intermediate Credit Bank of
Columbia, $5,000,000; Federal Intermediate Credit
Bank of Berkeley, $5,000,000; Federal Intermediate
Credit Bank of Houston, $3,000,000; Federal Inter­
mediate Credit Bank of Spokane, $3,000,000.
For officers and statements of these banks9 see
their listings in regular bank list under state and town
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DISTRICT No. 7—Bank Located at Evanston, III. (2544-46 W. Railroad Ave.)
TERRITORY IN DISTRICT—Illinois and Wisconsin.

CAPITAL, $15,000,000.
OFFICERS

Chairman, HENRY G. ZANDER
President, ARTHUR G. ERDMANN

Executive Vice President, A. R. GARDNER
Asst. Secretary-Comptroller, C. M. WRIGHT
DIRECTORS
J. A. Sierocinski, Good Shepherd Bldg. 8c Loan Assn., Chicago, Ill.
Paul E. Stark, Fairchild 8c Mifflin St., Madison, Wis.
M. E. Vasen, Quincy-Peoples Bldg. 8c Loan Assn.. Quincy. Ill.
W. B. Whitlock, 800 Security Bldg., Springfield, Ill.
Henry G. Zander, 1 10 S. Dearborn St., Chicago, Ill.

August C. Backus, First Wisconsin Natl. Bank Bldg., Milwaukee, Wis.
George H. Beckley, Appleton Bldg. 8c Ln. Assn., Appleton, Wis.
A. G. Erdmann, Bell Savings Bldg., 8c Loan Assn., Chicago, Ill.
B. F. Kuehlhorn, Northern Bldg. 8c Loan Assn., Milwaukee, Wis.
Alfred MacArthur, Central Life Insurance Co., Chicago, Ill.
Frank O. Schneider, Kankakee Bldg. Loan Assn., Kankakee, Ill.

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

CAPITAL, $7,500,000.

OFFICERS

Chairman, FRANKLIN P. STEVENS
Vice Chairman, E. J. RUSSELL

President, CHARLES B. ROBBINS
Executive Vice President, ROBERT J. RICHARDSON
Secretary-Comptroller, FREDERICK M. HENRY
DIRECTORS
F. B. McAneney, Gate City Bldg. & Loan Assn., Fargo. N. D.
Charles B. Robbins, Cedar Rapids Life Insurance Co., Cedar Rapids.
Iowa
E. J. Russell, 1620 Chemical Bldg., St. Louis, Mo.
Frank Schlick, Field-Schlick, Inc., St. Paul, Minn.
Franklin P. Stevens, Safety Savings 8c Loan Assn., Kansas City, Mo.

A. F. Ellfeldt, Kansas City Bldg. 8c Loan Assn., Kansas City, Mo.
Angus Grant, Duluth Home Bldg. Assn., Duluth, Minn.
H. R. Hanger, Dubuque Bldg. & Loan Assn., Dubuque, Iowa
A. C. Hunt, Black Hills Bldg. & Loan Assn., Rapid City, S. D.
O. R. Kreutz, Sioux City Bldg.-Loan 8c Sav. Assn.. Sioux City, Iowa
J. L. McQuie, Kirkwood Bldg. 8c Loan Assn., Kirkwood, Mo.

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

CAPITAL, $10,000,000.

OFFICERS

Chairman, 1. FRIEDLANDER
Vice Chairman, A. D. GEOGHEGAN
President, J. F. LUCEY
Executive Vice President, B. H. WOOTEN

Second Vice President, H. D. WALLACE
Treasurer, SKIPWITH W. ADAMS
General Counsel, W. H. CLARK, JR.
Comptroller, J. C. CONWAY

O. W. Boswell, Paris Bldg. & Loan Assn., Paris, Tex.
E. H. Bradshaw, Bradshaw 8c Hoover, Jackson, Miss.
G. H. Campbell. Aetna Life Ins. Co., Little Rock, Ark.
Paul Maloney, Jr., Maloney Trucking Co., New Orleans, La.
I. Friedlander, Gibraltar Savings 8c Bldg. Assn., Houston, Tex.
A. D. Geoghegan, Southern Cotton Oil Co., New Orleans, La.

DIRECTORS
Philip Lieber, Shreveport Mutual Bldg. Assn., Shreveport, La.
J. G. Leigh, Commonwealth Bldg. 8c Loan Assn., Little Rock, Ark.
J. F. Lucey, Lucey Petroleum Co., Dallas, Tex.
R. H. McCune, Roswell Bldg. 8c Loan Assn., Roswell, N. Mex.
E. E. Shelton, Dallas Bldg. 8c Loan Assn., Dallas, Tex.

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

CAPITAL, $7,500,000.

OFFICERS

Chairman, WILDER S. METCALF
Vice Chairman, W. R. McWILLIAMS
President, CHARLES W. THOMPSON
Executive Vice President, C. A. STERLING

Second Vice President, W. L. BOWERSOX
Secretary-Comptroller, WILMOT E. STEVENS
Treasurer, R. H. BURTON
Director of Field Service, CHAS. A. MYERS

Counsel, COL. JOHN S. DEAN

DIRECTORS
L. C. Pollock, Local Bldg. 8c Loan Assn., Oklahoma City, Okla.
C. C. Gates, President Gates Rubber Co., Denver, Colo.
C. T. Rice, Anchor Bldg., Savings & Loan Assn., Kansas City, Kan.
O. A. King, Silver State Bldg. 8c Loan Assn., Denver, Colo.
L. E. Roush, National Savings 6c Loan Assn., Wichita, Kan.
G. E. McKinnis, Fidelity Bldg. & Loan Assn., Shawnee, Okla.
David Rowe, Nebraska State Bldg. 8c Loan Assn., Fremont, Nebr.
W. R. McWilliams, Oklahoma City Bldg. & Loan Assn., Oklahoma
A. U. Thomas, McAlester, Okla.
City, Okla.
Charles W. Thompson, Aetna Bldg. 8c Loan Assn., Topeka, Kan.
Wilder S. Metcalf, Liberty Life Insurance Co., Topeka, Kan. and
Douglas County Bldg. & Loan Assn., Lawrence, Kans. (Home)

DISTRICT No. 11—Bank Located at Portland, Ore. (306 Woodlark Bldg.)
TERRITORY IN DISTRICT—Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Utah. Washington and Wyoming.

CAPITAL, $6,000,000.

OFFICERS

Chairman, FRANK S. McWILLIAMS
Vice Chairman, J. PHILLIP WEYERHAEUSER

President, L. H. HOFFMAN
Executive Vice President and Manager, CHAS. H. STEWART

DIRECTORS
Frank S. McWilliams, Fidelity Savings 8c Loan Assn., Spokane, Wash.
J. H. Andrews, Federal Bldg. 8c Loan Assn., Ogden, Utah
W. C. Schuppel, Oregon Mutual Life Insurance Co., Portland, Ore.
P. C. Bulen, Mountain States Bldg. 8c Loan Assn., Great Falls, Mont.
J. Phillip Weyerhaeuser, Potlatch Forests, Inc., Tacoma, Wash.
B. H. Hazen, Benjamin Franklin Savings 8c Loan Assn., Portland, Ore.
Worrall Wilson, Seattle Trust Co., Seattle, Wash.
L. H. Hoffman, Public Service Bldg., Portland, Ore.
Lee Stidd, Benefit Savings 8c Loan, Portland, Ore.
E. E. Jenkins, Franklin Bldg. 8c Loan Co., Salt Lake City, Utah
J. T. S. Lyle, Pacific Savings 8c Loan Assn., Tacoma, Wash.

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

CAPITAL, $10,000,000.

OFFICERS

Chairman, R. M. TOBIN
Vice Chairman, H. V. KETCHERSIDE
President, C. H. WADE

Executive Vice President, WILLIAM F. DUFFY
Secretary-Comptroller, FRANK C. NOON
Vice President and Treasurer, M. M. HURFORD

Counsel, RICHARD FITZPATRICK
DIRECTORS

Adolph Schleicher. U. S. Rubber So., Samson Div., Los Angeles, Calif.
R. M. Tobin, Hibernia Bank, San Francisco, Calif.
P. T. Tompkins, Berkeley Guarantee Bldg. 8c Loan Assn., Berkeley,
Calif.
C. H. Wade, State Mutual Bldg. 8c Loan Assn., Los Angeles, Calif.
H. S. Wanzer, Capital Bldg. 8c Loan Assn., Sacramento, Calif.

D. G. Davis, White House Department Store, San Francisco, Calif.
E. M. Einstein, Fresno Guarantee-Loan Assn., Fresno, Calif.
A. M. Franklin, Citizens Bldg. 8c Loan Assn., Tucson, Ariz.
H. V. Ketcherside, Commonwealth Bldg. 8c Loan Assn., Long Beach,
Calif.
J. L. Miller, Nucleus Bldg. 8c Loan Assn., San Jose, Calif.
Robert S. Odell, Pacific States Savings 8c Loan Co., San Francisco,
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Location

Title

States in which operating

No.

Chartered

58.

8-21-22.

81.

2-20-26.

26.
84.

9-19-19. The California Joint Stock Land Bank of San Francisco........... . San Francisco, CaL
3-20-31. The Corn Belt Joint Stock Land Bank of Taylorville............... .Taylorville, Ill.

49.

5-29-22.

38.

4-18-22.

60.

9-23-22.

33.

2-24-22.

The First Joint Stock Land Bank of Montgomery..................... . Montgomery, Ala.
The Southwest Joint Stock Land Bank of Little Rock............. .Little Rock, Ark.

The Pacific Coast Joint Stock Land Bank of San Francisco... . .San Francisco, Cal.
The Denver Joint Stock Land Bank of Denver......................... .Denver, Colo.
The Atlanta Joint Stock Land Bank of Atlanta......................... .Atlanta, Ga.
The First Trust Joint Stock Land Bank of Chicago................... .Chicago, Ill.

Ala. & Ga.
Ark. & Texas
Cal. & Ore.
Ill. & la.
Cal. & Ariz.
Colo. & Wyo.
Ga. & Ala.
Ill. & Iowa
Ill. & Mo.

3.

7-25-22. The Illinois Midwest Joint Stock Land Bank of Edwardsville.. .Edwardsville, Ill.
1-24-19. The Illinois Joint Stock Land Bank of Monticello..................... . Monticello, Ill.
12-20-18. The First Joint Stock Land Bank of Ft. Wayne......................... .Ft. Wayne, Ind
6-28-17. The Fletcher Joint Stock Land Bank of Indianapolis................ .Indianapolis, Ind.

83.

9-11-26.

The Indianapolis Joint Stock Land Bank of Indianapolis........ .Indianapolis, Ind.

Ind. & Ohio

82.

3- 2-26.

55.
12.
10.

Ill. & Iowa
Ind. & Ohio
Ind. & in.

The Union Trust Joint Stock Land Bank of Indianapolis....... . Indianapolis, Ind.

Ind. & Ohio

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.

Iowa & Minn.

1.

4-24-17.

The Des Moines Joint Stock Land Bank of Des Moines........... .Des Moines, la.
The Iowa Joint Stock Land Bank of Sioux City......................... .Sioux City, la.

35.

4- 4-22.

The Kentucky Joint Stock Land Bank of Lexington.................. .Lexington, Ky.

Ky. & Ohio

43.

5- 1-22.

62.

10- 3-22.

The Louisville Joint Stock Land Bank of Louisville................... . Louisville, Ky.
The Umon Joint Stock Land Bank of Louisville......................... .Louisville, Ky.

Ky. & Tenn.

36.

4-10-22.

27.

Ia. & S. D.
Ky. & Ind.
La. & Miss.

79.

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

Nebr. & Iowa

8.

7-12-18.

The Lincoln Joint Stock Land Bank of Lincoln.......................... .Lincoln, Nebr.

Nebr. & Iowa

40.

5- 2-22.

The New York Joint Stock Land Bank of Rochester............... .Rochester, N. Y.

N. Y. & N. J.

20.

6-11-19.

52.

7- 5-22.

The Virginia-Carolina Joint Stock Land Bank of Norfolk............ . Elizabeth City, N. C,, N. C. & Va.
N. C. & Va.
The North Carolina Joint Stock Land Bank of Durham........... .Durham, N. C.

57.

8-18-22.

The Greensboro Joint Stock Land Bank of Greensboro.........

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.

76.

68.

.Greensboro, N. C.

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

Md. & Va.
Mich. & Ohio

N. C. & Tenn.

Pa. & N. Y.

85.

6- 1-31.

Phoenix Joint Stock Land Bank of Kansas City........................ .Kansas City, Mo.

Kan. & Mo.

39.

4-24-22.

The First Carolinas Joint Stock Land Bank of Columbia......... . Columbia, S. C.

S. C. & N. C.

6.

6-22-18.

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

Tenn. & Miss.

7.

6-22-18.

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

Tenn. & Ark.

22.

7- 3-19.

The Dallas Joint Stock Land Bank of Dallas.............................. .Dallas, Texas

Texas & Okla.

16.

4-23-19.

The First Texas Joint Stock Land Bank of Houston................. .Houston, Texas

Texas & Okla.

25.

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

48.

5-29-22.

78.

5- 2-23. The Potomac Joint Stock Land Bank of Alexandria.................. .Washington, D. C.

2.
69.

5- 7-17.

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

The Virginian Joint Stock Land Bank of Charleston................. .Charleston, W. Va.

12- 7-22. The Greenbrier Joint Stock Land Bank of Lewisburg............... Charleston, W. Va.


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W. Va. & Ohio
W. Va. & Va.

The chief office of the Imperial Bank of Persia at Tehran. This bank serves its country with 24 branches.

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Canada but throughout the world. It is not simply an American
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It has an authoritative compilation
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Banks Listed In Rand M9Nally Bankers Directory (Blue Book)
JANUARY, 1933 EDITION
Enumerated by States, classified by amount of deposits
A—$25,000,000 and over
B—$5,000,000 to $25,000,000

C—$1,000,000 to $5,000,000
D—$500,000 to $1,000,000

D
18
5
3
27

E
33
2
6
26

F
158
2
3
192

Total

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20
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10
11

1 1
1
2

76
1
1

61
1

82
1

60
2

291
11
12

California
15
Colorado (Ex. Den.)
Denver
2

14
3
3

78
10
3

62
20
2

83
27
2

62
1 15
1

314
184
13

Colorado
2
Conn. (Ex. Bridgeport,
Hartford & New
Haven)
Bridgeport
1
Hartford
4
New Haven
3

6

22

22

29

116

197

38
4
6
4

85
5
4
2

18
1
1

15
1
1

1

Connecticut
Delaware
Dist. of Columbia
Florida
Georgia (Ex. Atl.)
Atlanta

96
11
16
30
18
1

20
7
3
24
24

17
12
2
31
32
1

20
13

1

52
7
11
5
4
2

81
229
3

214
50
34
172
308
8

Georgia
2
Idaho
Illinois (Ex. Chicago)
Chicago
6

6
1
12
7

19
11
116
27

24
9
138
3

33
25
197
10

232
51
501
5

316
97
964
58

State
A
Alabama
1
Alaska
Arizona
Arkansas
California (Ex. Los A.
& San Fr.)
Los Angeles
5
San Francisco
9

9
2
1

Illinois
6
Indiana (Ex. Indpls.)
Indianapolis
2

B
4

19
8
4

143
78
5

141
101
1

207
1 14
4

Ml

19

506
336
5

234
13
24
261

1 76
11
17
10

1022
637
21

Indiana
2
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky (Ex. Lou.)
Louisville
1

12
8
5
1
5

83
61
38
49
4

102
114
71
72
1

118
188
127
95
1

341
439
580
227
1

658
810
821
444
13

Kentucky
1
Louisiana (Ex N. O.)
New Orleans
4

6
5
2

53
22
1

73
30

96
47

228
73

457
177
8

23
59

30
19

47
12

1

7
12
6

73
3
1

185
105
8

Maine
1
Maryland (Ex. Balt )
Baltimore
6

18
3
1 1

59
49
11

19
53
1

12
25
1

4
43

113
173
30

Louisiana
Maine (Ex. Port.)
Portland

4

14

60

54

26

43

203

Maryland
6
Mass. (Ex. Boston.
Cambridge, Springfield, Worcester)
4
Boston
14
Cambridge
Springfield
2
Worcester
4

100
15
4
5
3

174
9
2
1
2

48
1
1

Massachusetts
25
Michigan (Ex.Det.)
Detroit
3

127
23
3

188
89
1

50
101

14
128

12
215

416
556
7

13
1

12

351
40
8
8
9

Michigan
Minn. (Ex. Minpls.
& St. Paul)
Minneapolis
St. Paul

3

26

90

101

128

215

563

1
3
1

2
2
1

48
7

187
2

6

87
5
4

6

401
5
2

726
24
20

Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri (Ex. Kans.
& St. Louis)
Kansas City
St. Louis

5

5
1

61
23

96
25

195
58

408
122

770
229

3
5
7

34

71
9
1

1 13
4

538
1
2

759
28
35

541
84
417
2

822
147
556
10

City
3
3

Missouri
6
Montana
Nebraska (Ex. Oma.)
Omaha


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4
2
4

6
22
62
16
1 1
2

81
14
36
2

117
29
90

E—$250,000 to $500,000
F—Under $250,000

B

C

D

E

F

6
Nebraska
1
Nevada
8
1
New Hampshire
New Jersey (Ex. Jersey c..
44
Newark & Paterson) 5
3
5
Jersey City
4
8
Newark
6
1
Paterson

13
2
51

38
5
22

90
2
18

419
3
19

566
13
119

185
3
5
6

83
1
4

66

29

412
12
22
16

New Jersey
13
New Mexico
New York (Ex. Alb.,
Brooklyn, Buff.,
N. Y. C., Rochester
4
& Syracuse)
7
Albany
13
Brooklyn
5
Buffalo
47
New York City
7
Rochester
4
Syracuse

63
1

199
5

88
6

70
13

29
23

462
48

87
3
7
1
26
4
2

314
2
6
4
29

168

149

56
1

1

1

778
13
27
11
116
11
8

87
New York
1
North Carolina
North Dakota
Ohio (Ex. Cin., Clev
1
Col.&Tol.)
4
Cincinnati
6
Cleveland
1
Columbus
1
Toledo

130
4
2

356
33
15

17
4

13
Ohio
Oklahoma (Ex. Tul.) I
1
Tulsa

26
3

State

Oklahoma
Oregon (Ex. Port.)
Portland

A

1
1
9

3

2

179
34
11

153
40
29

59
164
172

964
276
229

133
7
3
3
3

143

205

249

1

1

748
17
14

149
33
3

149
42

1

1
2

2

9
7
795
472
8

36
16
4

43
25
2

79
24
5

316
64
3

480
130
16

1

20

27

29

67

146

63
13
6

266

210
5
2

149
6

I

388
12
21
5

1076
59
43
10

24

83

426

282

217

156

1188

1
4

4
4

5
5

1
1

4

1

16
14

8

2
15
16
39

4
18
26
59
1

1
78
178
227
2

30
128
234
347

3

10
14
14
14
1

1

11

15

39

60

229

355

185

641

997

2
1

13

2

1
4

2

3

8

1

8
5
3

1

17

2

61
3

92

2
2

7

2

1

5

26
6
7
8
5

66
8
52
51

95
14

2

2
13
Virginia
Washington (Ex. Seattle) 5
2
3
Seattle
3
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin (Ex. Mil.)
2
Milwaukee

7
5

Wisconsin
Wyoming

2

TOTAL

252

Texas
Utah
Vermont
Virginia (Ex Rich.)
Richmond

3

I
3
1

252
314
2

5
Rhode Island
South Carolina
South Dakota
Tenn.(Ex. Nashville)
1
Nashville
Tennessee
Texas (Ex. Dallas
& Houston)
Dallas
Houston

1
3

206
79

2
Oregon
Penn. (Ex. Phil., Pitts.
& Scranton)
15
Philadelphia
8
Pittsburgh
1
Scranton
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
(Ex. Prov.)
Providence

Total

2

2

1

8

II
1021
73
98
354
14

22

185
20
12

72

90

644
25
5
133

2

1

2

53

74

22
9

29

91
45
5

135
119

2

220
21

31
48
78
14

29
50
129
6

50
57
194
3

121
50
314
4

241
210
723
30

9

92
14

135

8

197
20

318
29

753
71

804

3010

2578

3347

8018

18009

8
1

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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.
CITY

January, 1932
Deposits

July, 1932
Deposits

4,857,680 £
4,471,180
5,226,960
55,255,890
576,120
2,187,710
359,409,880
2,843,940

4,262,830
5,274,840
5,147,110
54,547,930
341,970
2,368,840
320,158,370
2,324,140
28,094,690
8,720,310
10,849,970
2,425,570
1,215,010
14,951,260
5,117,950
4,471,040
2,735,520
3,704,940
2,831,060
3,145,480
104,497,810
17,269,040
9,091,170
5,079,550
20,375,130
1,867,850
508,974,250
42,803,190
8,227,800
13,847,220
22,998,130
16,432,320
7,286,540
8,212,380
1,452,220
18,850,030
6,102,410
41,623,790
57,592,885
11,250,670
1,852,850
3,289,640
1,630,854,150
2,145,900
122,243,840
4,176,480
2,002,550
508,852,550
11,890,710
104,961,850
58,912,030
28,822,520
2,192,250
2,164,920
5,519,740
24,034,100
4,791,440
3,251,410
32,229,920
36,154,620
32,973,960
40.339.280
20.205.280
1,940,580
5,766,500
1,777,579,830
3,312,710

Anaheim, Calif_________
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_______

5.455.210;$
4,913,6601
6,148,930
64,185,150
576,120
2,654,320
317,318,000
3,067,800
2,297,590
35,837,380
9,471,070
15,389,330|
2,631,200
708,450!
16,023,7201
5,850,950
4,988,590!
3,194,8701
3,754,150
3,041,430
3,894,220
104,313,850
39,104,360
11,646,630
10,834,750
21,613,780
2,001,120
546,965,860
45,752,620
7,602,650

Rattle Greek, Mich
Beaumont, Texas.____
Bellingham, Wash______
Beloit, Wis..........................
Bemidjl, Minn....................

28,794,300
17,944,880
8,889,420
10,387,430
1,927,270

27,219,940
8,679,700
11,668,210
2,639,180
1,456,090
16,089,970
4,744,420
4,569,390
2,750,000
4,002,430
2,919,200
3,385,790
97,638,440
33,569,080
9,020,590
5,183,240
20,986,110
1,921,790
532,998,510
43,615,060
7,996,790
12,922,380
24,664,520
15,831,090
8,259,730
9,161,210
1,582,540

Bethlehem, Pa_________
Billings, Mont.. _______
Binghamton, N. Y_____
•Birmingham, Ala______
Bloomington, Ill________
Bogalusa, La.__________
Boone, Iowa___________
‘•Boston, Mass________
Bowling Green, Ky..........

22,764,950
6,548,630
45,887,210
66,844,050
13,603,660
1,901,610
4,457,280
1,629,714,210
2,729,470

16,020,640
5,780,120
41,887,420
53,990,560
11,445,010
1,874,400
3,950,630
1,577,354,750
2,314,350

Bristol, Tehn., 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______ ..
Charles City, Iowa_____
Charleston, S. C________
Charleston, W. Va______
•Charlotte, N. C............
Chattanooga, Tenn_____
Chester, Pa........................
Chester, S. C.....................
Cheyenne, Wyo............ ..
‘•Chicago, Ill__________
Chico, Calif....... .................
Chino, Calif____________
•Cincinnati, Ohio______
‘•Cleveland, Ohio _____
Colorado Springs, Colo..
Columbia, S. C_________
Columbus, Ga.. _______
‘•Columbus, Ohio______
Council Bluffs, Iowa.___
•Dallas, Texas_________
Danville, Ill.. ________
Dayton, Ohio__________
Decatur, Ala..____ ____
Decatur, Ill________ ...
Deer Lodge, Mont______
‘•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...................
Elberton, Ga___________
Elkhart, Ind________ ..
•El Paso, Texas________
El wood City, Pa.. ____
Elyria, Ohio_____ ______
Emporia, Kan__________
Enid, Okla................ ........
Erie, Pa______ __ ____
Eugene, Ore___ _______
Evanston, Ill__ ________
Fairfield, Iowa _______
Fall River, Mass...___
Fargo, N. D_____ ______

6,610,970
2,533,360
558,960,470
13,345,670
130,737,960
70,837,070
22,539,700
3,471,310
2,209,230
7,410,070
28,966,580
2,009,180
4,184,790
40,336,900
37,010,220
34,796,940
42,920,050
23,369,160
2,052,910
6,623,030
2,137,659,485
4,126,360

4,878,630
2,096,390
508,714,510
12,334,320
105,382,920
60,261,010
20,885,770
3,016,560
1,981,920
6,301,570
27,139,690
3,331,640
3,568,950
33,056,910
35,475,370
29,605,010
39,014,220
21,397,400
1,776,760
5,367,390
1,625,116,370
3,934,220

272T39"870
832,352,460
17,404,710
10,479,870
12,370,820
96,926,620
11,880,940
143,655,000
8,061,930
26,107,780
4,610,870
13.042.860
3.118.170
141,934,840
13,252.080
56,991,290
737,786.860
2,305,840
1,862.670
2,500,820
7,629,160
48,033,080
8,756,050
730,360
8,832,100
16,522,910
2,422,670
15,493,990
4,178,260
6,148,280
52,714,500
5.852,820
17,472,540
4,029,190
72,385,990
15,622,170

258,825^996
778,810,180
15,259,810
10,057,150
10,996,330
87,550,720
9,918,210
135,221,380
7,055,650
26,819,670
4,312,010
11,579,700
2,896,46C
131,550,540
12,708,210
54,967,370
649,097,770
2,059,840
1,498,200
2,413,480
6,784,230
44,325,410
8,000,300
599,680
7,910,810
14,494,420
2,067,080
13,808,230
4,012,360
6,033,140
45,406,600
4,681,820
13,222,180
2,764,330
70,494,220
14,476,490

Abilene, Texas_________
Alameda, Calif_________
Albany, Ga____________
Albert Lea. Minn_____
Allentown, Pa__________
Altoona, Pa_____ ______
Amarillo, Texas_______


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CITY

$

! Fergus Falls, Minn_____
Flint, Mich______ ______
Fort Dodge, Iowa___ __
Fort WayTie, Ind____ ..
•Fort Worth, Texas.........

|
I

Gastonia, N. C________

| Grand Forks, N. D_____
| •Grand Rapids, Mich—
Green Bay, Wis____
Greenville, Miss________
Guthrie, Okla__________

Harrisburg, Pa_________
Hartford, Conn. _______

Hibbing, Minn...................
Hoilvwood, Calif. . ...
Hot Sp. N. Park, Ark__
•Houston, Texas______
Huntington, W. Va------Huntington Park, Calif—
‘•Indianapolis, Ind..........
•Jacksonville, Fla.............

Kalamazoo, Mich______
‘•Kansas City, Kan........
‘•Kansas City, Mo..........
‘LaCrosse, Wis_________
La Fayette, Ind________
LarnedT Kan.__________
LaSalle, Ill... _______
Leavenworth, Kan_____

Little Falls, Minn.____
•Little Rock, Ark__ __

262~357~840
‘•Los Angeles, Calif-----770,780,300
‘•Louisville, Ky_____
15,578,280
Lowell,
Mass___________
10,407,860
10,944,030
87,552,090 |
Macon, Ga____ ________
8,776,790
139,406,010
Manchester, N. H........ ..
7,096,120
Manhattan, Kan_______
29,482,940
Manitowoc! Wis________
3,576,150
Mankato, Minn_______
11,861,920
2,155,990
137,307,610
Marion, Ohio_____
12,363,100
Martinsburg, W. Va____
50,908,080
631,350,050 i Medford, Ore_________
•Memphis, Tenn_______
1,982,040
1,192,560
2,351,520
6,331,530
Michigan City, Ind..........
43,160,890
7,692,090
582,500
‘•Minneapolis, Minn___
7,252,980
15,523,350
Mobile, Ala____ _______
943,510
13,384,040
Montclair, N. J________
4,358,130
‘Montgomery, Ala-------5,792,300
42,897,910
4,007,700
13,820,530
2,483,250
68,060,470
Nebraska City, Neb.........
13,534,090

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July, 1932
Deposits

4,117,520 $
4,080,220
42,124,550
4,861,600
46,317,910
61,371,240
10,787,670
18,912,520
3,519,800
1,198,150
28,988,530
3,311,080
1,867,770
6,470,930
6,011,240
68,354,280
13,224,260
12,313,230
3,426,250
6,016,030
2,039,770
3,540,730
13,136,940
11,527,630
4,020,120
36,501,920
238,487,890
5,044,800
28,413,840
11,972,340
2.578,250
4,356,150
1,934,480
59,718,470
3,790,110
145,475,900
14,023,100
1,184,170
6,502,940
3,305,880
149,694,190
14,435,850
15,381,830
57,411,950
8,667,990
35,329,000
38,839,070
7,254,060
17,135,700
22,859,245
257,582,600
26.275,470
14,148,180
16,717,850
37,549,790
18,676,990
1,439,480
5,900,470
4,631,660
7,188,450
12,844,220

3.575,220 $
4,099,750
36,660,590
3,590,460
35,329,150
57,996,6701
9,493,7301
18,297,880
3,003,700
1,198,150
25,471,680
2,068,760
1,270,890
5,739,480
5,725,580
60,763,680
10,017,370
11,589,380|
3,058,610
5,970,310!
1,698,820
3,470,250
11,641,230)
10,489,210
3,480,810
30,701,170
227,077,910
4,742,950
27,344,020
9,744,080
2,310,390
4,124,150
1,538,010
55,755,090
3,791,540
138,766,780
11,998,860
1,027,330
6,073,460
3,402,210
143,196,370
12,687,360
13,517,010
57,761,970
7,583,030
33,678,390
33,105,630
5,727,310
14,999,700
21,380,010
252,882,490
21,106,540
11,109,030
16,091,980
36,875,940
17,931,650
1,124,280
5,153.230
4,253,530
6,877,340
11,513,610

22,837,410
1,432,540
2,545,110
23,743,870
2,961,960
22,103,260
45,494,500
9,071,900
776,962,120
103,467,210
78,408,990
83,771,840

19,122,880
1,110,290
2,087,380
22,524,710
2,811,100|
22,540,320!
38,715,230
7,802,5401
723,948,580
97,856,850!
72,527,2301
79,281,760
2.131.050
7,793,660
21,576,010
70,222,680
1,696,020
7,442,930
8,793,430
10.653.150
7.588.380
3,096,300
5,886,930
2,849,620
71,550,460
6,796,670
1,595,640
20,489,170
5,701,970
1,967,960
238,392,810
294,475,510
4,659,300
25,486,760
3,681,400
33,457,660
12,744,300
6,679,210
8,007,140
11,376,170
9,863,570
64,258,620
1,982,560

8,097,720j
26,624,270
71,452,120
1,937,9101
8,042,620'
10,334,470
7.296.820
2,951,400
6,546,410
4,656,390
75,139,740
7,109,490j
1,756,550
20,903,990
7,389,380
2,081,800
255,895,570
321,921,480
5,089,310
28,803,870
4,088,180
36,153,460
15.549,140
7,837,390
9,276,650
13,213,000
10,492,150
70,173,910;
2,282,450

January, 1933
Deposits

3,057,420
3,964,390
35,387,500
3,377,250
34,291,830
57,087,770
8.940.200
18,563,710
2.131.460
998,630
26,812,860
2,037,700
1.186.750
5.125.200
5,436,300
58,775,550
10,003,000
9,905,500
2,848,180
5.930.830
1,528,780
3,391,040
11,321,070
10.151.310
3.676.590
28,866,090
241,354,770
4,461,980
26,440,990
10.197.230
2.217.410
3,607,100
1.343.590
53,690,540
3,179,870
142,806,410
11,785,450
906,960
5,641,400
3.235.460
134,901,650
12.436.120
14,680,080
56.673.740
2,465,770
31,838,480
30,521,100
5,631,850
15,247,050
20.981.670
253,097,940
10,097,270
10,000,800
15,084,430
40,174,290
16.498.740
989,820
4,659,550
4.326.830
6,569,680
11.183.120
31,143,950
20,110,370
974,970
1.920.330
20.845.670
2,336,510
21,665,840
39,728,713
6,768,690
736,871,750
110,515,350
73,465,530
79,693,190
1,774,520
7.432.410
18.953.310
69,281,010
1.588.750
6,883,450
8,059,270
10,121,430
7,598,580
3,044,490
5,959,900
2,530,440
71,210,470
6,876,280
1,730,070
22.850.230
5.912.260
1,697,340
212,030,960
280,937,850
4,361,120
25,902,110
3.581.260
32,889,320
13.329.330
6,398,190
8,090,760
10,339,210
9,972,150
66,413,420
1,911,050

CLEARING HOUSES IN THE UNITED STATES—Continued
CITY

January, 1932
Deposits

July, 1932
Deposits

New Albany, Ind____
,233,630 i
6 590,890
New Albany, Miss....
951,650
808,740
‘Newark, N. J______
433 ,641,510
377 ,409,590
Newark, Ohio.............
15 ,370,470
14 053,870
New Bedford, Mass____
81 ,369,100
74 188,750
New Brighton, Pa....
2 ,572,600
2 ,337,220
New Castle, Pa_____
14 ,630,920
13 943,530
‘New Haven, Conn_____
164 ,150,960
141, 203,680
New Kensington, Pa____
9 ,673,600
7; ,871,670
New London, Conn..........
45 ,548,120
44 947,520
Newnan, Qa________
1 ,325,050
1, 176,960
‘•New Orleans, La...
202 ,984,310
192 ,525,560
Newport News, Va...
9 307,850
11, 421,130
New Rochelle, N. Y____
37 132,360
31, 257,340
‘•New York, N. Y___
12,531 ,550,890 11,804, 745,390
Niagara Falls, N. Y...
34 572.100
29, 340,500
Norfolk, Va__________
49 831,060
47, 245,930
Norristown, Pa..............
20 499.100
16, 903,150
♦Northern New Jersey
City, N. Y_________
•Oakland, Calif______
75,852,280
74,420,260
‘•Ogden, Utah_______
14,136,840
11.137.520
Oil City, Pa__________
16,755,900
16,086,370
‘•Oklahoma City, Okla..
70,324,630
72,232,170
•Omaha, Neb.............. .
88,012,700
79,496,790
Orange, N. J________
26,795,360
26,210,930
Oshkosh, Wis________
16,060,130
14,642,130
Palestine, Texas_____
2,710,660
2,231,250
Parsons, Kan________
2.593.510
2,318,950
‘Pasadena, Calif_____
24,862,087
21,988,570
Passaic, N. J................ .
46,670,430
41,348,360
Paterson, N. J_______
125,667,300
113,913,330
•Peoria, Ill__________
38,169,290
35,996,000
Petersburg, Va_______
8,480,280
5,882,170
‘•Philadelphia, Pa.__
1,599,936,550
1,536,617,260
Phillipsburg, N. J____
6.121.510
5,431,710
Phoenix, Ariz________
28,134,560
18,039,240
Pine Bluff, Ark______
6,800,570
6,471,780
Pittsburg, Kan.......
3,430,870
3,138,640
•Pittsburgh, Pa______
840,899,900
829,615,730
Pittston, Pa_________
16,970.950
16,320,810
Portland, Me________
112,207,880
106,265,240
‘•Portland, Ore________
125,692,980
112,370,990
Portsmouth, Va. (See N orfolk)
Pottsville, Pa_________
22,669,120
20,900,280
Providence, R. I_______
397,053,110
377,993,380
•Pueblo, Colo_________
23.437.610
19,289,240
Quincy, Ill............. ...........
13,816,850
11,556,410
Racine, Wis......................
14.831.770
12,536,850
Raleigh, N. C...................
6,040,480
5,048,460
Reading, Pa___________
53,934,530
45.942.520
Red Wing, Minn.............
4,434,730
4,070,380
•Richmond, Va................
113,603,570
115,109,590
Riverside, Calif...............
9,382,270
8,739,800
Roanoke, Va__________
29,449,880
26,266,210
Rochester, Minn______
6,733,830
6,333,590
Rochester, N. Y_______
370,104,210
352,064,250
Rockford, Ill__________
10.782.610
7,876,880
Rock Island, Ill..............
14.262.770
13,643,120
Rocky Mount, N. C___
2,890,130
2,133,500
Rome, Ga______ _____ _
4,310,770
3,737,160
Sacramento, Calif______
59,953,910
53,529,590
Saginaw, Mich________
31,401,940
26,665,230
•St. Joseph, Mo_______
31,193,870
28,538,980
‘•St. Louis, Mo_______
510,406,180
464,542,270
‘•St. Paul. Minn______
143,967,070
135,508,860
Salisbury, N. C________
1,149.630
704,200
‘•Salt Lake City, Utah.
70,049,450
57,774,300
•San Antonio, Texas___
47,972,750
44,662,040
San Bernardino, Calif...
6,529,860
1,973,890
San Diego, Calif_______
42,017,800
40,985,950

;

January, 1933
Deposits

CITY

,883,810
883,250
395 370.840
13 720,380
72 881,750
2 103,800
13 385,000
137 590.840
7. 085,560
44 067,670
1 092,560
216 800,890
li; 226.500
29, 732.500
12,350; 669,160
28; 021,050
46, 605,910
16, 816,150

:

71,625,300
11,964,940
15,322,210
71,716,610
75,767,140
25,826,030
9,254,820
2,362,720
2,244,320
21,043,740
38,331,330
109,873,990
33,435,060
5,815,050
1,619,752,390
5,293,620
17,082,310
6,353,970
3,370,430
835,211,890
16,073,910
103,850,420
117,764,680
19,385,850
370,139,730
19,419,880
6,691,790
11,987,650
4,573,780
43,316,720
3,684,580
120,026,000
8,679,300
26,759,020
5,871,690
354,003,310
8,069,780
12,278,400
2,441,900
3,721,740
19,636,250
25,777,810
29,061,060
471,927,410
124,956,560
744,520
65,760,760
50,048,650
1,945,000
39,529,360

•San Francisco, Calif___
San Jose, Calif_________
San Pedro, Calif................
Santa Barbara, Calif____
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___
Spartanburg, S. C______
•Spokane, Wash...............
Springfield, Ill....................
Springfield, Mass_______
Springfield, Mo.................
Springfield, Ohio_______
Stamford, Conn________
Sterling, Ill_____ _____ _
Steubenville, Ohio______
Stockton, Calif_________
Sumter, S. C......................
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______ _____ ___
Youngstown, Ohio............

January, 1932
Deposits

1,824,693,180
10,298,680
4,301,680
9,512,570
5,528,950
824,620
3,551,470
72,591,960
95,814,990
197,664,820
2,045,270
12,154,400
18,437,670
25.615,780
11,931,210
19.874.470
6,124,830
7,502,730
54.676.470
26,256,220
161,745,630
13,196,530
15.795.330
45,449,020
4,570,170
13,528,730
14,590,810
1,562,610
9,468,070
198,918,280
19,821,300
26,140,080
25,301,340
12,721,080
70.532,600
30,725,860
104,060,340
13,652,100
68.444.970
81,499,290
2,186,600
2,421,140
9,086,920
4,177,100
18,426,090
21,976,380
258,745,720
61,690,410
9,807,320
4.721.330
4,828,360

July, 1932
Deposits

1,688,066,950
8,859,510
3,502,240
8,295,080
5,496,940
721,810
3,320,100
68.538.560
90,199,230
183,199,050
1,215,660
10.857.350
17.650.900
21,879,570
10.830.290
17,384,800
4,638,780
4,441,680
29,249,030
24.127.350
152,779,700
10.891.260
14,198,150
43.404.260
3,730,410
11.440.290
13,602,580
1,325,250
8,829,910
187,850,970
15,493,790
26,263,630
23,153,180
10,403,670
72,606,430
27,402,640
91.624.290
10,640,750
65,075,550
81,593,400
2,126,540
1,925,620
8.636.900
3,545,980
16,202,550
19,792,090
254,451,410
57,568,250
1,616,190
4.234.560
4,079,200

January, 1933
Deposits

1,733,940,010
9,108,880
3,177,720
8.581.800
5,466,850
683,600
3,299,150
66,602,860
89.173.710
182.229.300
1,689,410
10.713.710
16,604,990
21,112,730
10,195,600
12,985,470
4,696,370
3,082,520
27,207,360
17,861,100
156,526,950
11,566,160
13,262,760
40,178,540
3,313,170
13,052,240
13,425,570
1,340,550
8,184,010
182.112.300
14,642,680
24,044,850
22,320,450
9,923,140
73,098,590
29,234,740
97,703,630
12,161,250
66,736,640
77,838,910
1,890,030
2,234,040
8,656,840
2,529,080
16,189,290
18,172,080
255,499,980
56,154,790
1,949,750
3.639.800
3,718,980

44,173,360

41,087,190

36.611.980
13,520,960
56,751,540
19.437.980

2,530,300
35,371,400
11,065,150
56,682,290
17,206,750

38,796,920
32.707.750
2,720,670
34,745,460
12.471.750
55,111,250
16,158,820

86,340,580
6,910,000
6,235,450
14,359,930
1,974,310
223,895,290
9,343,410
2,156,360
92,523,330
32,990,760
33,585,550

80,292,170
6,148,890
5,566,660
13,245,040
2,171,850
203,905,380
8,277,080
1,952,840
90,655,310
31,402,350
40,678,540

86,122,200
6.200.650
5.331.650
12,972,510
1,610,630
198,818,230
7,488,290
1,807,380
83,532,990
29,477,270
43,539,670

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CONSOLIDATED CAPITULATION FOR JANUARY 1933 STATEMENTS
local
Total
Total State
Total
All
Nat’l Banks Private
Capital
Banks andTrust Banks! BanksA
Cos.
Alabama............
75
*2
233
156
23,995,740
Alaska................
3
10
13
890,000
Arizona..............
10
15
25
4,090,000
Arkansas...........
52
209
261
13,243,040
California.........
158
166
324
192,447,970
Colorado...........
96
102
198
15.659.500
57
Connecticut...
147
*6
210
42,456,000
Delaware...........
15
34
49
13,694,110
Dist. of Col___
13
22
35
22,815,000
Florida............ ..
49
174
125
21,836,840
Georgia..............
58
334
233
43
34,274,300
Hawaii.......... ..
1
17
16
5,860,000
Idaho............... ..
27
97
70
4,325,000
Illinois...............
327
705
1,032
216,235,000
Indiana..............
149
435
*79
663
53,851,000
Iowa-.................
157
625
46
828
39.296.500
Kansas_______
216
607
826
3
32.491.500
106
354
460
Kentucky____
34,025,215
Louisiana_____
27
152
179
30,259,690
Maine________
43
68
111
13.135.200
Maryland____
69
135
2
206
35.679.200
Massachusetts.
141
275
416
140,822,560
Michigan_____
98
432
66
596
90,907,130
Minnesota____
542
227
769
52.677.200
Mississippi___
24
196
220
12,077,850
Missouri............
1
85,949,^80
96
725
822
Montana...........
147
9,170.000
95
52
24,10-,000
Nebraska..........
149
436
585
775,000
Nevada..............
6
7
13
9,622,060
NewHampshire
66
119
53
*4
124,021,076
New Jersey___
266
196
466
2,790,000
26
22
48
New Mexico.-.
New York____
464
989
494
31
848,735,750
North Carolina
248
26.338.100
44
204
229
North Dakota.
77
152
9,811,500
39
Ohio............ ..
482
788
267
162,196,525
486
31,334,150
Oklahoma.........
230
256
85
155
15.737.500
Oregon...............
70
429
33
302,155,734
Pennsylvania..
749
1,211
Rhode Island.
10
20
30
16,315,000
1
9,558,147
107
South Carolina
24
132
71
164
235
8,002,000
South Dakota.
278
32,845,978
77
355
Tennessee.........
57 1,064
475
532
96,709,320
Texas............... ..
15
59
9,379,000
Utah..................
74
45
55
100
7,886,000
Vermont............
140
231
4
375
51,602,360
Virginia.............
161
246
85
32.734.100
Washington__
128
211
26,060,700
West Virginia..
83
637
757
61,558,000
120
Wisconsin.........
22
50
72
3,770,000
Wyoming
417 18,233 $ 3,155,711,425 $
GrandTotalU S 5,945 11,871
♦Under State Supervision A Does not include branches, either at main
STATE

LIABILITIES

Surplus and
Profits

RESOURCES

Total
Liabilities

Accepts.
L. of C„ etc.

Deposits

Cash and
Exchange Due
from Banks
40,603,780
18,526,910
121,885,510
55, 881,730
2,864,580
432,700
4,141,040
4, 747,030
11,961,310
3.201.460
21, 267,130
18,302,800
29,501,410
7,193,070
34, 355,960
62,151,440
447,972,710
200,715,870
1,098, 746,970
1,691,400,480
73,019,620
8,999,710
88,798,220
100, 398.100
120,709,170
56,188,460
397, 982,280
728.408.330
24,492,940
6,992,200
81,685,300
69 306,860
55,237,280
34,153,010
127,174,340
99, 950,700
45,735,600
14,692,990
57,557,250
112 529.210
82,567,360
26.561.150
159,662,140
76, 328.570
13,493,490
8,109,350
24, 080,020
47,228,560
13,372,270
5,187,440
19,584,570
22 492,230
859,365,360
142,238,429
749 502,800
1,041,547,859
126.320.850
147,130,750
324,569,180
178 562,950
84,473,850
28,079,680
117 731,320
273,589,472
83.222.200
18,931,790
91, 144.100
155,543,240
71,113,800
30.440.150
146,010
118
220,770,070
73.983.970
34,295,508
240,900,520
101, 937.510
32,586,910
17,737,360
196,0.: 9,190
185, 729,790
101,713,820
36,136,310
330,38i 500
368, 003,430
2,163,42* 991
474,256,840
199,204,890
1,416, 781,080
202,664,300
136,521,980
501, 147,566
618,051,040
170,157,650
35,769,030
286, 875.580
348,609,960
26,863,080
10,360,960
72,823,320
41, 741,282
298,683,930
41,824,020
725,516
359,
426,352.931
25,556,730
9.354.460
43, 922,870
40,921,550
60,553,519
13,844,870
69, 641,360
126.252,580
3,589,730
537,180
4,991,640
5, 723,250
16,475,120
7,921,910
150, 390,900
13 i,437,930
250,422,520
159,119,760
814, 130,710
1,058,220,580
7,214,090
1.950.460
14,378,430
12, 328.210
2,602,413,270
1,146,400,900
8,456.011,450
6,954, 053,390
56,677,190
20,416,860
60,
449,400
148,135,710
14,596,450
6.978.460
47,170,030
38, 875.510
311,212,440
163,033,600
578, 930,770
1,274,511,259
78,299,770
17,669,770
126,980,080
130 089,170
9,408,990
49,088,580
67,374,160
98 ,897,400
675.325.850
329,826,400
2,147,763,330
2,259 .504,880
52.719.970
10,012,730
245 ,873,240
228,110,950
22,085,840
8,605,290
48,301,380
33 ,986,880
15.608.200
5,682,280
27
41,068,100
,456,750
30,542,390
70.277.530
204,989,560
66 933.580
264,664,490
67,366,600
442,919.920
250 085,850
28.701.530
66,695,590
5,147,540
38 822.570
13,526,440
15,372,290
80 ,208,120
113.511.330
29,902,030
90,218,760
108 ,650,100
304,199,426
73,588,220
18,219,510
161,854,260
150 ,245,970
37,265,460
20,670,220
177,243,800
63 ,238,580
132,787,510
43,876,340
396,292,400
211 ,618,240
11,174,160
2,130,790
25,696,940
13 ,444,620
$ 25,495.677,638 8 19,142,598,044 $3,413,616,807 $8,530,981,44918
names appear herein but which are doing an investment business only.
Loans and
Discounts

21,136,370
165, 968,600
25,732,410
236 833,120
10, 141,960
808,470
344,970
12 185.400
45, 300,370
2,419,140
2,923,250
54, 732,760
102, 823,030
9,130,180
7.973.480
133 169,730
2,882, 453,530
195,055,320
168,830,470
3,438 787,290
227, 089,570
15.284,230
13.239.670
271; 272,970
121,473,660
1,102, 257,060
37,101,610
1,303. 288,330
28,552,420
133, 137,140
7,094,220
182 477,890
25,163,100
255, 499,980
13,037,280
316 515,360
11,413,400
182, 722,030
14,534,070
230 506,940
28,033,660
257, 569,440
25.268.680
345 146,080
5,796,090
72, 431.740
8,823,600
92 911,430
3.669.690
48, 065,230
4,601,150
60 661,070
136,221,970
2,325, 041,490
115,279,690
2,792 778,150
43,221,750
524, 222,260
776 652,450
155,357,440
25,065,170
404, 691,748
503 956,438
34,903,020
21,373,270
278, 108,670
16,879,950
348 853,390
33,692,620
318, 502,590
440; 540,690
54,320,265
19,199,710
48,767,070
451 108,310
352 ,881,840
32,010,680
29,296,230
357 ,671,290
432 113.400
o5,590,510
60,437,390
836 385,620
684 ,678,520
' 325,114,430
3,684 ,427,170
102,550,110
4,252 914,276
79.127,970
1,458 ,423,810
94,608,370
1,193 780,340
38,130,380
712 ,789,920
841 ,438,530
37,841,030
9.137.690
14.321.690
151 786,930
116 ,249,700
56,888,330
29,127,150
1,126 ,500,716
954 ,535,306
4.926.480
7,917,800
97 748,950
119 ,763,230
±i,317,824
18,620,710
270 272,234
214 ,325,700
651,430
12 602,580
812,570
14 ,841,580
29,163,440
257 ,504,580
10,029,770
306 ,319,850
185,440,890i
1,838 ,169,180
154,358,510
2,281 ,989,656
1,553,670
28 ,490,530
2,837,020
35 ,871,220
15,545 975,800
1,821,870,2101
942,333,550
19,158 ,915,310
20,200,070
211 ,615,660
285
27,536,020
,689,850
5,241,840
8,3 ,922,930
9,109,460
107 ,584,830
143,265,900
178,904,760
2,327 ,744,535
1,843 377,350
12,394,1201
18.261.670
353 ,076,450
291 ,086,510
9,544,060
15,179,460
224 ,776,000
184 ,314,980
638,913,930
4,120 ,125,609
351,266,310
5,412 ,461,583
50,765,489
457 ,575,490
12,056,260
536 ,712,230
6,345,090
14,277,330
112 ,988,177
82 ,807,610
5,625,485
68 325.740
7,857,310
89 ,810,535
26,115,700
38.125.690
275 .695,070
372 ,782,438
59,526,060
793 ,649,1 25
75,116,420
1,025 ,050,925
7,837,110
101 ,349,190
20.803.690
139 ,368,990
16,425,110
196 ,182.870
22,164,100
242 ,658,080
34,991,090
395 ,477,400
50,901,970
532 ,972,820
16,805,990
320 ,282,990
3 -,099,250
403 ,922,330
24,783,480
221 ,874,520
25,699,050
298 ,417,750
42,967,502
621 ,533,530
58.499.680
784 ,558,712
3,832,260
_41 ,864,900
52 .447,510
2,980,350
4,482,385,061 $ 45,699 ,1687413
5,245,672,995 8 56,582,937,899
office or other towns. 1 This does not include corporations, firms and individuals whose

Bonds and
Securities

Total
Resources

Miscellaneous

236, 897,930
12, 185,350
54, 732,700
133, 201,880
3,438, 836,030
271, 215,650
1,303, 288,240
182 477,300
316, 515.330
230, 515,050
345, 119.220
92, 911,420
60, 636,510
2,792, 654,448
776 583,730
503, 874,322
348 841.330
440 470,030
451 117,508
432 113,250
836 239,060
4,253, 669,801
1,458, 390,886
841, 412.220
151 788,642
1,126, 586,397
119 755,610
270 292.329
14 841.800
306 225,860
2,281 893,570
35 ,871,190
19,158 909,010
285 ,679,160
107 620,450
2,327 ,688,069
353 ,038,790
224 ,769,130
5,412 ,420,460
536 ,716,890
112 ,979,390
89 815.330
372 ,743,060
1,025 ,036,860
139 367,230
242 ,618,180
532 ,970,316
403 ,907,960
298 ,418,060
784 ,574,490
52 ,446,510
56,582,873,938

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