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THE

NATIONAL
PARK
BANK
of

.O F F IC E R S .
RICHARD DELAFIELD
GILBERT G. THORNE»

-

JOHN C. VAN CLEAF
.WILLIAM 0 . JONES
MAURICE H. EWER

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President

Vice-President
Vice-President
Vice-President •
Vice-President
Vice-President
. Vice-President '
•• - - Cashier

G|ORGE H. KRETZ - S.W. LABROT
ERNEST V . CONNOLLY WILLIAM Ä. MAIN - - > Asst. Cashiers
FRED’K 0 . FOXCROFT - - Asst. Cashier
J vEDWlN PROVlNE - - * Asst. Cashier'
WILLIAM E. DOUGLAS -• * •: Asst. Cashier
HENRY L. SPARKS - - «’A s s t. Cashier
BYRON P. ROBBINS - . • Asst. Cashier

N ew Y o r k
O rg a n iz e d 1 8 5 6

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plus and UncK^eflad;
Deposits (May IQ, 1M8) ’

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$194,000/000.00 | |!

Issues Letters of Credit for Travelers Available In All Ports of the World
>RS
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’ THOMAS F. VICTOR
- J,0HM" 6 . MILBORN (
WILLIAM VINCENT A5TQRi#j
JOSEPH»«» OLIVER
ROBERT P. PERKINS

RICHARD DELAFIELD
FRANCIS R. APPLETON
CORNELIUS VANDERBILT
GILBERT G, THORNR
RICHARD H. WILLIAMS

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JOHN JAY PIERREPONT
> LEWIS CASS LEOTARD, Jr.
HORACE 0 . STEBB1NS
JOHN
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C apital a n d S u r p lu s
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OF THE

CITY OF NEW YORK

LOUIS G. KAUFMAN, President
RICHARD H. HIGGINS, Vice-President .
FRANK J. HEANEY, Vice-President
BERT L. HASKINS, Vice-Pres. and Cashier
WILLIAM H. STRAWN, Vice-President
C. STANLEY MITCHELL, Vice-President
NORBORNE P. GATLING, Vice-President MAX MARKEL, Vice-President
GEORGE R. BAKER, Vice-President
H. A. CLINKUNBROOMER, Vice-President WALLACE T. PERKINS, Vice-President
HENRY L. CADMUS, Ass’t Cashier
ROLFE E. BOLLING, Vice-President
HENRY C. HOOLEY, Ass’t Cashier
WALTER B. BOICE, Ass’t Cashier
JOSEPH BROWN, Ass’t Cashier
VINTON M. NORRIS, Ass’t Cashier
HARVEY H. ROBERTSON Ass’t Cashier
GEORGE M.- HARD, Chairman


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Bond Service for Banks
ONDS often afford advantages in the investment of
your funds not obtainable in other ways. Long ex­
perience in dealing in bonds possessing the qualities required
by banks makes it possible for us to fender unusual service.

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INVESTMENT SECURITIES
NEW YORK
62 Cedar St.

BOSTON
8 Post Office Square

BALTIMORE
Maryland Trust Bldg.

MILWAUKEE
First Nat. Bank Bldg,

CHICAGO
105 So. La Salle St.

BUFFALO
Peoples Bank Bldg.

PHILADELPHIA
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MINNEAPOLIS
McKnight Bldg.

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S ta b ility proven by severest te sts over a lon g period.
B acked by a com prehensive organization of long experience.
Public U tility C om panies u n der th e M an agem en t
a n d O peration o f H. M .B yllesby & C om pan y, include
Arkansas Valley Railway, Light & Power Company, (Colorado)
Louisville Gas & Electric Company
Minneapolis General Electric Company
Mobile Electric Company
Northern States Power Company
Oklahoma Gas & Electric Company
Ottumwa Railway & Light Company
San Diego Consolidated Gas & Electric Company
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D escrip tive circu lars, illu s tr a te d lite ra tu re a n d c o m p le te earn in g re p o rts s e n t u pon re q u e st.

H. M. Byllesby & Company
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In c o rp o ra te d

ENGINEERS
MANAGERS
PUBLIC UTILITY INVESTMENTS
I l l Broadway
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208 S. LaSalle S t
CHICAGO

Tacom a
W ashington

LLOYDS BANK
LIMITED.
HEAD OFFICE : 71, LOMBARD STREET, LONDON, E.C. 3.
($5 = £1.)

RESERV E

FU N D

D E P O S IT S ,

& c.

ADVANCES,

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P A ID

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C A P IT A L

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(December, 1917)
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$ 1 5 6 ,5 2 1 ,0 0 0
2 5 ,0 4 3 ,3 6 0
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THIS BANK HAS NEARLY 9 0 0 OFFICES IN ENGLAND AND WALES.
Colonial and Foreign Department: 17, CORNHILL, LONDON, EC. 3.

The Agency of Foreign and Colonial Banks is undertaken.
FRENCH

A U X IL IA R Y ;

LLOYDS BANK (FRANCE) & NATIONAL PROVINCIAL BANK (FRANCE) LIMITED.
OFFICES in FRANCE j PARIS, BORDEAUX, BIARRITZ, HAVRE, MARSEILLES and NICE.

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T he L ondon City & Midland
Bank L imited
HEAD OFFICE:

5, THREADNEEDLE ST ., LONDON, E. C. 2

OVERSEAS BRANCH* 65 & 66, OLD BROAD STREET, LONDON, E. C. 2

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Over 1 ,0 0 0 O ffices in the U nited Kingdom

T his Bank is th e Proprietor of T h e B elfast B anking Com pany, L im ited,
and w ill fa cilita te tran saction s betw een th e U nited S tates and Ireland


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E S T A B L IS H E D

LONDON,

ENGLAND,

and

1862

OVER

560

BRANCHES

Agents in All Banking Towns Throughout the World
Kapital (Paid Up)
Reserve jjÉ
fö ta l Resources
Every

Description

of

Banking

Business

Undertaken

Address all communications to the Foreign Manager, 168, Fenchurch Street, London, E. C. 3.
G e n e ra l M an ag er: S ir H e r b e r t Ham bllng

THE CAPITAL AND COUNTIES BANK

LTD.

E S T A B L IS H E D 1 8 3 4

Head Office: 39 Threadneedle Street, LONDON, England
($5 = £1)

Subscribed C apital
Paid-up C apital
D eposit and C u rren t Accounts
(Decem ber 31, 1917)
R eserve Fund
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8 ,7 5 0 ,0 0 0
2 9 4 ,2 5 2 ,6 0 5
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BanÌ

THE FOREIGN EXCHANGE DEPARTMENT
Issues Currency D rafts on all Cities—Letters of Credit and Circular Notes payable throughout the
World—M ail and Telegraphic Transfers. Approved Freight Bills purchased. Commercial Credits
established available anywhere against usual shipping documents—Shipowners’ Freight Remit. tances and Disbursements to all parts.

FOREIGN BILLS COLLECTED
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IN D E X
JULY, 1918

Statbs and Territories.

Banks.

Map.

Alabama........ ...................
Alaska...............................
Arizona.............................
Arkansas, .........................
California.........................
Colorado..........................
Connecticut...............
Cuba.................................
Delaware.........................
District of Columbia........
Florida.............................
Georgia.............................
Hawaiian Islands........;>
Idaho ......................... .
Illinois..............................
Indiana.............
Iow a................................
Kansas..............................
Kentucky........................
Louisiana........................
Maine..............................
Maryland.........................
Massachusetts.................
Michigan.........................
Minnesota.......................
Mississippi.......................
Missouri........ .
Montana .........................
Nebraska.........................
Nevada.............................
N ew Hampshire...............
New Jersey.................
New Mexico.....................
New York.. . . . . . . . .

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On Index
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Index Accès.
Index Md.
On Index
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Index Ga.
On Index
Index 111.
Opp. Chicago
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Opp. New Orleans
Opp. Portland
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States and Territories.

On TnHfvx

On Index
Index N. Y. C.

North Carolina
NnrtVi Dakota
O hio...............
Okliihoxna, , , .
Oregon...........
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island..
South Carolina..............
Tennessee
T ex a s...........
Utah
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Virginia.........................
Wisconsin ...........
Dominion of Canada . . .
Alberta
British Oohimhia.
Manitoba.............
New Brunswick..........
Newfoundland.
Nova Scotia .
Ontario.............
Prince Edward Island
Quebec.............
Saskatchewan...........
St. Pierre et Miquelon
Yukon, , , , , , ,
Mexico...........................

Banks.

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Index V a .
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Boston, Mass................................................ .
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Chicago, 111.. . ............................................... “ Chicago
Cincinnati, Ohio............................. . .............. “ Cincinnati
Cleveland, Ohio ...... ....................... .............. . “ Cleveland
Denver
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England....................................................On Index London
Europe......................................................... On Index Foreign
Federal Reserve Districts........................... Opposite
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Kansas City, Mo................... ........... ............ “ Kan. City
Los Angeles, C a l . ........................... ........... “ Los Angeles
Milwaukee, Wis............................................ . “ Milwaukee

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Philadelphia, Pa. .... . .........................
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Philadelphia, Pa. (Vicinity Map) . . . . . . . . “ Philadelphia
Philadelphia and Environs......................... “ Philadelphia
Pittsburgh, Pa. (Main Portion)..................“
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St. Louis, Mo............................................. “
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St. Paul, Minn...................................
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Seventh Federal Reserve District............ “
Chicago
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West Indies.........................................; . . . .-.Index S. Amer.
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D. C-------— Washington -Bradford’s Detective Service.-Wash., D.C.
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Georgia____ Atlanta____Atlanta National B a n k .. .. ___ ...A tla n ta
“ .;_!--------- Columbus___Ohio National B a n k ..;___ ____ Columbus
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“ ...A m erican Guaranty C o....O n map of Ohio
“ ____ ' “ _____Fourth National Bank.’. __ ;____ ..A tlanta
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__ Third National B a n k ..._______ Index Ga.
Oklahoma__ T u ls a ...__ .National Exchange B a n k ....O n map Okla.
“ ____ Savannah ...Savannah Bk. &Tr. Co...O n map of Georgia Oregon_____Portland___ United States N at’l Bank___ Index Oregon
Illinois—___ Chicago.!___ H. M. Byllesby & Co.
Pennsylvania Philadelphia.Bk. of North America—National
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.Farmers & Mech. N at’l Bk___ Index Penna.
“ ____ Cont! & ComTNational B ank....Index 111.
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, , “ .F o u rth street National B ank._.Philadelphia
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.Franklin National Bank—. ____ Philadelphia
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“ .........Drovers Nat. Bank— —.On map of Idaho
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“ ___ The Daniel Hayes Co.—Chicago and on Index
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.MarketrSt. National B ank..___ Philadelphia
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.Philadelphia National Bank___.Philadelphia
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..¿Keystone National Bank___ __ Pittsburgh
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“ ____ National City Bank_____ ____ — .Chicago
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“ _____ Springfield— Matheny, Dixon & Co___ On Vermont Map
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...Springfield Marine Bank— ......Springfield
Rhode Island Providence..Industrial Trust C o ...__ .Index R. Island
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Indiana.— .Indianapolis .Commercial National Bank.:;...Indianapolis So. Carolina .Columbia__ Palmetto-National B ank;.———Index S. C.
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.Whitney-Central Tr.& Sav.Bk.N ew Orleans
“
__
“
___ Security Bk. & Trust Co—
page 1141
Maine.............Portland__ Fidelity Trust Co____ __- . i . . . . ..Portland
“
__ *“
__ _Union.& Planters Bk. & Tr, C o .... Memphis
Maryland__ Baltimore__ Citizens National Bank_________Baltimore Texas.____..A u s tin .-__ American National Bank_______ .Austin
“
“ __ Drovers & Mechanics N at’lBk...Index Md.
“ __ ___ D allas...___American Exchange N at’l Bank____Dallas
“
“
'_________National Exchange Bank._IBaltimore “ __ ___
— .‘.C ity National B a n k :..—
__ ...D allas
Massachusetts. Boston___Dorchester Trust C o . __. __Boston
“ . . . . __ E lP aso___ i.Union.Bank & Trust Co—
i . El Paso
“
. __Merchants National Bank___- ____ ,-Boston
“ ______ Fort Worth—First National Bank................. Fort Worth
“
___ National Shawmut Bank_____ Index Mass.
“ ______ San Antonio State National Bank. . 1
. San \iitonio
“
__ .Old Colony Trust C o : : . ; . ____ . ; .Boston
Utah______ Salt Lake City Nat’l Bk. of the Republic—Salt Lake City
“
“ ___ Second National Bank___ ____ ...B oston
___“» • “
“ Wm. H. Child & Co—— . —Salt Lake City
Michigan____ Detroit___ First, and Old Detroit Nat’l Bk— page 555
Virginia____..N orfolk__ N at’l Bank of Commerce______ ..Norfolk
“
“
_Peoples State Bank_______ ...In d e x Mich,
“ ____ Richmond American National Bank..M ap of Virginia
“
__ Gr. Rapids ..Grand Rapids Sav. Bk_____ ....Index Mich.
“ ____
' “
__ Merchants National B an k .———page 1241
“
__ M onroe.;__ Monroe State Savs. Bk.__ ..O n Mich. Map
“
___ _
“
__ National: St ate- & City Bank..- .Index Va.
Minnesota...Minneapolis .Bankers National B a n k ... ___ Minneapolis
Washington .Seattle___ _National Bank of Commerce___ _____ Index
“
“ __ First & Security Nat’l Bank___ Index Minn.
W. Va______^Charleston ..Virginian Joint Stock Land Bank .
“'
...
“ ....... ....Lincoln Nat’l Bank___ 1______ Minneapolis
On Index W. Va.
“
...
“
___ Metropolitan Nat’l Bank._____ Minneapolis.
“
_____Huntington-.First.Nat’l Bank_________On Index W. Va.
“?
...
“
.Midland N at’l Bk_______ 1__ Minneapolis
___ —Parkersburg Central Bk. & Trust Co...On Index W. Va.
. “
it
...
“
.North-Western N at’l Bank.-...Minneapolis W. Virginia.- Wheeling.. . . Geo. W. Baron.__ ..Pittsburgh, Pa.
“
...S t. Paul____ First National B a n k ...:.1_____ .¿St. Paul
Wisconsin__ Milwaukee „M arine National B a n k ... . . . . ...M ilwaukee
“
...
“ ____ Merchants National B a n k .._____ Si, Paul
“
...
“
¿¿Wisconsin N ational-B ank....— Index WÈ.
Missouri___Joplin..:___ Pettit Adjustment Co.
M anitoba__ Winnipeg___ Union Bank of Canada_____ opi),. Winnipeg
On maps of Kansas City and St. Louis. Nova Scotia .Halifax.:___-B ank of Nova Scôtïal——____ opp. Halifax
___ Kansas City .Southwest N at’l Bk. of Commerce..Kan.City
“
Ontario, Can. Toronto____ Bank of T o ro n to ....__ _____ opp. Toronto
“
. —..St. Louis.__ Audit & Bond Co. of America..On map Mo.
“ : :• “
...¿.C anadian Bk. of Commerce..Index Canada
"
“ __ Boatmens Bank._____________ ..S t. Louis
Quebec “ Montreal— Bank of Montreal_________!___ page 1369
“
“ __Mechanics-American N at’l Bk...Index Mo.
“
“
,“
___ Merchants Bank of Canada., opp. Toronto
“
“v__National Bank of Commerce____St. Louis
“ ; “
“
. . . . Molsons B ank.
¿ ...o p p . Montreal
“
“ *J_Third National B ank-—— ____..page 665
- “
“
“
....R o y a l Bank or Canada_____opp. ^Montreal
Montana___Billings____ American Bk. & Tr. C o .......In d e x Mont.
Austfalia___ Sydney.____ Bank of New South Wales___ Index MisceJ.
“
___ “ ____.Bankers Loan & Mort. Co.— ....p a g e 737
London, England.......... ..... African Banking Corp., Ltd.
"
..„ G re a t Falls..First National Bank___ On map of Monti
On map of Africa (Foreign List)
Nebraska— Omaha..___ Omaha Nat’l Bank ; J __ ..Index Neb.
“ . . . ___ i
“
__ Anglo-South Amer. Bk.. Ltd—Index S, Amer.
New Hampshire Concord.-First National Bank___ .Index New Hamp.
“
,
. . . ____ .Bank of New South Wales___ Index Miscel.
New Mexico-Roswell____ First National Bank_________ Index N. M.
“
________ Capital and Counties Bank, L td ..___ !—_8
New York..-Buffalo_____Bank of Buffalo’. ____ . ——____ — Buffalo
“
_____ ¿.Chartered Bank of India, Australia and
“
_ ..N. Y. City ..African Banking Corp., .Ltd
China______________ On Index Foreign
On map of Africa (Foreign List)
“
—___ ...L loyds Bank, Ltd___________ On page 6
“
...
“
..American Audit Co.—Maps or Ga., Md.,
“
_____ __ London City and Midland Bank, Ltd—___6
N. Y. City, Pa., Va;, U. S.
“
______ ..London Provincial and Southwestern *
...
“
„A m er Ex. N at’l B k .....In d e x N. Y. City
Bank, Ltd____ _____ __________
“
...
“
—American Surety ,Co.—Back of Maps of Cai.,
“ ,
, ................National Provincial & Union Bank of • -a
Ind., Iowa, Minn., La., Mass., Ohio and
England, Ltd.
Chicago—Index to N. Y., N. J., Okla.,
Outside front cover, op. p. 12 and on
and on Backbone, also margins on bank
Index London
pages of Ala., Fla., Ga., 111., Mich., Mo.,
, “
___..Standard Bk. of So. Africa, Ltd.,
Tex., Va., WÎs.
Beginning Foreign List
“
...
. . Atlantic N at’l Bk.. ou tside& inside front cover
Philippine Is-M anila---- ^.¿Philippine National B ank....Index P hil Is

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IN T E R E S T

RATES, GRACE

ON

S IG H T

D RA FTS, AND

S T A T U T E S O F L IM IT A T IO N
See also “L a w s,” indexed in b ack of th is V olum e
INTEREST RATES—NOTES AND
ACCEPTANGES—GRACE.
STATES
AND

TERRITORIES.

Legal
Rate
Sate of
by
interest Contract.

Notes and
Acceptances
Due on
Holi­
days.

Half
Days.

Are payable
Per ct. Per cent. and protestable
the day—
Alabama_____________________ ____
Alaska________________ ___________
Arizona
Arkansas________ ______________ ___
Colorado...________________________
Connecticut________________________
Delaware_________________________
District of Columbia_________________
Florida_____________ _____________
Georgia____ __ . ..
................. .

8
8
6
6
7
8
6
6
6
8
7
8

8
12
10
10

Any rate
12
12
6

101
10
8

12
Trtahn __
7
12
5
7
Illinois___ _______________________
0
8
Indiana._____________ _____ _______
6
8
Iowa................. ........... ...............................
6
10
K ansas______ ____________________
8
8
Kentucky____________
5
S
Louisiana __________________________
6
Any rate
Maine_____________________________
6
6
Maryland_______
______________
6
Any rate
Massachusetts. . . _______________ ___
5
7
Michigan_________ ______________
e
10
Minnesota____________ __ _______
6
8
Mississippi. _______ ___ ___________
6
8
Missouri_______________ ___________
8
12
Montana__________________________
7
10
Nebraska___________ _____________
7
12
Nevada___________________________
6
8
New Hampshire.._____ ____________
6
8
New Jersey__ ____________ _______
6
12
New Mexico_____________ _________
8
New Y ork_________________________
6t
North flarnlina _. ........ . __
6
6
6
10
North Dakota________________ ____
8
8
Ohio .
6
10
Oklahoma________________
____
6
10
Oregon_________________________ .
6
6t
Pennsylvania____
__________ __
Any rate Any rate
Philippine Islands_____ ______
6
12
6
Any rate
Rhode Island __________________
________________ i
7
8
South Carolina___ ________________
South Dakota______________________
7
121
Tennessee.....
6
6
Texas .....
6
10
8
Utah_________________ ____ _______
12
6
6
Vermont_____ ____
_________ .
6
6
Virginia________
__ __
Washington
6
12
West. Virginia _
_
__
6
6
Wisconsin . . . ...
6
10
8
12
Wyoming________________ _________
Alherta . . __ ______
5
Any raté
pritish rolnmhia
. . . .
5
Any rate
5
Any rate
5
Any rate
5
Any rate
5
5
5
Any rate
Saskatchewan . .
~
------------------------------------

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After *

Holidays
falling on
Sunday
are
observed
the day—

Notes.

Sight

Bills.

Drafts.

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STATUTES OF LIMITATIONS.

Notes
and
Open
Judg­
Written
Ac­
Con­ ments.
counts.
tracts.

nessed.

Years.

Years.
10
10

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Years.

Years.

3

8

20

8

6
6

10

3

3

3

5
2 -4
6
6
6
3
5

4

6

4
6
6
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3

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3 -1 0 1
5
6 -2 0 1
201
20

12
20
7

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ments
w it ­

6
5
3 -2 0 1

17
20
12
20
20

4

5

6

5

5
6

20

10
20
10
5
15
10
26
12
20
10
6

3

10
10
10
5
5-15
5-10

6

6-20

10
20

3

3-12

12

6

6
6

6
6
6

6 -1 0

3

6

7

6

5
5

10

4
4

5
6
6

10
10
5

10
8
5

5
3
2 -5

6
6

8

4

6
6

6

6

8

3

6

6

6
3
6

15
5

6
10

6

6
6

6
6
2

4
6
3

3
5
6
8
6
6

6
6

6

6
6
6
6
4
6
6-14
5
6
10
6
10
6
6
6
6

6

6
6

5
6

5
6

20
20

5
15

20

10

6

6

20
20

20
16
6
20
10
6
15
5
10
20
10

7

20
10
10
21
1-5
10
20
101
20
20
10-20
10
10
8
8

10
6

10
10-20
5-10
12
20
16
20
20
20

20
6-20
26

6
4
6
8
10
6 /
10
10-20
10
20
20
10
20
20
.,

n

30

12

20

• In Denver, Due Saturday during June, July, and August protest Saturday or Monday at option of holder,
t Any rate agreed upon in writing is legal on collateral demand loans of $5000 and over.
5 See laws, indexed in back of this volume.


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N U M B E R O F B A N K S IN T H E U N IT E D

STA T E S AN D CANADA

IMPORTANT : T h is tab u lation covers on ly in stitu tio n s p erform ing th e fu n ctio n s o f a bank. S om e
publishers, for reasons o f th e ir ow n, in clu d e in th eir ta b u la tio n all th o se concerns w hose n a m es th e y pub­
lish b u t w hose b usin ess is confined to th e sellin g of In vestm en ts. S u ch in form ation is n a tu rally m islead ­
ing. We carry th e n am es of th ou san d s of su ch in stitu tio n s b u t th ey are n o t in clu d ed in th is ta b u la tio n . ? ..

U N ITED STATES
Stata
Total National Total
Banka and
Banka.
Truat Cob.

STATE

Vermont..........................................................................................................
Virginia...........................................................................................................
Washington .............................................................................. ...................
West Virginia.......................................................... .......................................
Wisconsin.......................................................................................................
Wyoming........ ................................................................................................

834
17
80
125
114
544
25
48
149
113
117
144
38

253
17
80
385
522
224
148
33
37
196
653
22
134
850
596
1,310
1,045
449
236
116
180
305
521
1,149
289
1,208
> 267
947
23
69
173
70
489
461
707
615
489
178
522
42
336
515
425
899
100
57
316
259
207
■785
104

Grand Total, United States........ .......................................................

7,788

20,013

Alabama......................... ........................................................................
Alaska....................... ..................................................... ................
Arizona...................................................................................................
Arkansas.......................................... . .....................................................
California................................................................................................
Colorado............. . .............................. ...................................................
Connecticut............................................................................................
Delaware..................................................................................................
District of Columbia................. ...................... . . .............................. . .
Florida........................... ........................................................................
Georgia.............................................. .....................................................
Hawaii........................................................................................ .............
Illinois......................................................................................................
Indiana....................................................................................................
Kansas........................................... ................. . . . .................................... ..
Kentucky •.................................................................................................

Louisiana..................................................................................................
Maryland................................................................. ..............................
Massachusetts..................... ...................................................................
Michigan..................................................................................................
Minnesota................................................................................................
Mississippi....................... .......................................... .............................
Missouri........................................................................ ................................
Montana.........................................................................................................
Nebraska............................................................................................ ............
Nevada ...........................................................................................................
New Hampshire.............................................................................................
New Jersey.....................................................................................................
New Mexico........ .................................................................................
New York State ............................................................................................
North Carolina.................................................................................... ..........
North Dakota...................................... •......................................................
Oklahoma.......................................................................................................
Oregon......................................................................................................
Pennsylvania............................................................................................
Rhode Island..........................................................................................
South Carolina........ ............. ............................ ................................ .
South Dakota.................................................................................................
Tennessee.......................................................................................................

91
3
18
76
273
125
67
20
14
56
99
3
67
472
259
*353
235
131
43
63
96
155
106
299
35
120
131
192
10
55

201

44

480
81
166
371
344
86

Total Private
Banka t

Total
AUBanka.

*12
1

356
21
98
470
795
362
219
53
52
255
790
31
204
1,839
1,036
1,910
1,283
580
280
179
289
463
852
1,448
324
1,343
407
1,139
33
124
382
114
1,105
'544
873
1,146
833
265
1,406
59
423
647
540
1,608
125
105
476
372
324
929
143

*9
i

*13
4
1
*3
38
6
*3
517
*181
247
*3
1
13
*3
225
*15
*9

*8

136
2
*160
*1
*50
*7
*7
1
165
11

1

29,654*

1,853*

*Under State Supervision.
$Thia does not include corporations, firms, and individuals whose names appear herein but which are doing an investment business only.

CANADA
Alberta........................................ .............................................................
British Columbia..................................................................... ...............
Manitoba..........................................................................................
Miquelon.....................................................................................
New Brunswick............................. ..........................................
Newfoundland................... ............................................................. ..
Nova Scotia.............................................................................
Ontario............................... ................................ .
Prince Edward Island............................................................................
Quebec.... ; ........................................., ......... ................
Saskatchewan ..................................................................
Yukon. . ........................................................ .........
Total, Canadian Banks and Bankers......................... .


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167
194
1
81
34
119
1,021
19
734
445
3
3,087

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Twelve cents per pound or fraction thereof; limited to eleven pounds in weight and three and one-half feet in length and to six feet in length
and girth combined.

DOMESTIC MONEY ORDER BU SIN ESS
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.

Domestic Money Order Fees
Over $30.00
lot exceeding $ 40.00.
3c
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40.00
5c
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8c ' ** 50.00
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10c
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100
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12c
30.00.
Orders payable at a money-order office cab not be issued for an amount exceeding $100.

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Over $ 2.50 and not exceeding $ 5.00.
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5.00
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18c
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Money orders can be issued between the United States and fifty-eight countries, rates differing and subject to change. See your Postmaster for
latest rates.

RATES FOR EXPRESS MONEY ORDERS
Over $40.00 to $50.00__ „ „ .1 8 cts.
Over 50.00 to 60.00__ .....2 0 cts.
Over 60.00 to 75.00______ .25 cts.

Not over__ „...$2.50______3 cts. I Over $10.00 to $20.00......__10 cts.
Over
$2.50 to 5 .0 0 ....„ .5 cts. Over 20.00 to 30.00_______12 cts.
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D A TES O F

COMPTROLLER’S CALLS
TO THE NATIONAL BANKS
FROM 1886 T O DATE

YEAR

JA N .

FEB.

MAR.

A PR.

1886
F
*
1887
4 66
M
1888
30 76
14 69
1889
16 76
1890
28 79
M
1891
26 69
T
1892
1 90
M
1893
6 87
w
1894
28 71
T
1895
5 76
1896
28 77
T
1897
9 82
1898
18 65
w
s
1899
4 65
5 60
Th
1900
13 73
26 72
T
w
1901
5 54
24 78
w
1902
25 77
30 74
F
Th
6 73
1903
9 62
M
F
1904 22 66
28 66
w
T
1905 11 62
14 62
M
F
1906 29 81
6 67
1907 26 75
22 55
1908
14 73
F
w
1909
5 70
28 82
M
1910 31 76
29 57
T
s
1911 7 59
7 59
Th
1912
20 77
-18 58
T
F
1913
4 70
4 59
w
T
1914* 13 84
4 50
Th
1915*
4 63
T
1916*
7 67
M
1917*
5 68
M
1918
4 63

M AY

JU N E

JU L Y

AUG.

F

M

13 70

1

SEP.

80

S
30 61

NOV.

13 76

w

w

5 65
Th
4 96

7 63
w

12 69
w

17 78

18 62
Th
9 66

M

67

11 72
Th
2 76

F

19 78
w

F

25 78

T

ï? 77
Th
4 59

12 56

F

w

4 65
T
7 63
Th
7 69

18 75
Th
11 65
14 68

14 66
Th
5 76

23 70
Th
14 70

30 80
T
3 83
T
2 76

w

12 69

30 86
F

w

29 64

M

15 82

30 77

W

M

16 77

15 61

w

15 71
Th
1 72
s

2 86
Th
13 99
T
10 71
25 71

W

9 61
Th
9 73

9 92
T
6 89

17 69
Th
10 65
Th
9 76

M

T

M

18 73

4

F

25 88

M
20 59
Th
14 90

78

12 69

Th
22 94

3 103

w

w

15 62

23 70

W

w

23 56
Th
30 93

1 70
Th
1 62

w

F

7 92

1 85

F

w

14 57

4 82

w

4

"F
27 65
16 76
Th
10 70
T
5 95
T
26 83

DATES
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

CALLS

9
5
2
14
10
5
9
0
9
6
4
7
6
8

4
2
5
5
2
5
1
3
4
1
4
5
2
7
5
10
5
164

S

9

61

21 73

66

Th
31 61

S
S

70

13 76
Th
17 72

T

M
29 76

9

19 78

5 68
M

68

w

T
6 84
T
5 74

F

2

19 77

28 79

T
20 68
Th
7 69

Dates and number of Calls
made on respective dates

T

28 82

30 80

12 60

DEC.

Th
7

M

M

4

OCT.

12 74
Th
2 71

30 118
w

2353

1 58
M
1 55

30*60

T

w

1 57

2050

3148
W

F

10 69 31 51
w

1

12 7 3
T
1183

1766
T
2070

2740
M

31 41

21 on Monday
43 “ Tuesday
30 “ Wednesda;
27 “ Thursday
33
Friday
13 “ Saturday
Total, 164

s

fo 67 2 9 5 0

* 'Six calls made In 1914, 1915, 1916, and 1917.
| Figures In BLACK denote day o f m onth call was made.
KEY •< Figures in COLOR show number o f days Intervening between calls.
( LETTERS In Black signify day o f week call was made.

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IN

R A N D -M cN A L L Y B A N K E R S ’ D IR E C T O R Y
ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED AS TO SUBJECTS

SUBJECT
EXPLANATION
American Bankers Association__Members of, .ndicated by a -------------------- ----------“
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__Numerical System, Explanation o f ____________ —
__Officers o f ____________ _____________________
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A. B. A. Transit Numbers_______ Supplied exclusively by The Rand-McNally Bank­
ers’ Directory under the authority of The Amer­
ican Bankers Association----------------------------Bank Examiners ______________ National and State, with addresses
Bankers Associations____ . . . . ---- and Officers -- ----------------- . . . . . —
of United States, National, State,' and Private;
Banks--------- --------------------statement, officers, general inform ation______
Calendar_____________ -— -------- for year1----------------------------------------------------C a n a d a ..........________________ Banks of, giving all branches, officers, capital, cor­
respondents, e tc .--------------------------------------Cashiers and Assistant Cashiers.. Alphabetically arranged, enabling the location of
a bank by the name of its officers-----------------Clearing House Members_______ - in each city, indicated by a------------------ ----------Clearing H ouses Ü________ -— in United States and Canada----------- «---------------

HOW FOUND
• after name of bank.
Map opposite page 18.
Page 17.
Under name of each bank.
Pages 19*20-21.
Pages 17-18.
Indexed alphabetically as to States,
Towns and Banks
Page 7.
Indexed "Cana.,” Alphabetical as to Prov­
inces.
Indexed "Cash.”
* before the name of bank.
Page 24 an.' at end of bank list in each
city.

Comptrollers’ C alls____________ to National Banks, dates of and day of week, from
1886 to date______________________________ Opposite Page 16.
After name of bank.
Correspondents_______________ of each bank given---------------After name of each town.
County_____ __________________ in which town is located given.
abefore name of town, both in Bank
County Seat____ —_________ _— indicated by a ---------------------List and in Lawyers List.
Figures after name of bank.
indicated b y ____ ____________
Date of Organization of Bank
Indexed "Direct.”
of Banks and Trust Companies—
Directors . . . . —.—-— —
Page 25 and map opposite page 12.
Complete Information_________
Federal Reserve Banks — . —
Bold face figure under name of town or
District in which town is located.
Federal Reserve D istricts---by explanation at top of column.
State Banks and Trust Companies-------------------- See "Correspondent” column.
Federal Reserve Members.
of every bank in United States and Canada given Indexed Alphabetically- as to States,
Financial Statement-------Towns and Banks.
after name of bank_____________________ . . .
and Bankers (Selected L ist)--------- ------------------ Indexed “Forgn.”
Foreign Banks . . . . . .
Value of, in U. S. Money_____________________ Page 23.
Foreign Coins----- —
Table of cardinal numbers and commercial terms,
Foreign Language^.
in ten languages---------------. . . . . . ---------------- Page 22.
Specially prepared list----------------------------------- Under index "Lawy.”
Foreign Lawyers.
Alphabetically arranged as to states--------- -------- Page 14 and under "Laws.”
Grace, Days of—_
Table of, according to sta te s...________________ Opposite Page 13.
Holidays---- . . . ---Alphabetically arranged by states, for quick refer­
Interest Rates----ence . . . . . . . _____________________ ________ Page 14 and opposite page 13.
Investment Bankers Association. Members listed in large cities marked by a --------- II After name of firm.
Islands...----------- ---------------------- Cuba, Porto Rico, and Philippines, Banks of------. . . Indexed immediately after States.
L aw s..._______________________ A carefully prepared digest of Banking and Com­
mercial Laws of each state----- ------------------— Indexed “Laws.”
In principal towns and cities. Bonded by Ameri­
Lawyers.
can Surety Co. of New York. Special list of
foreign attorneys--------------------------------------- Indexed “Lawy.”
Legislatures___________________ Dates of Meetings-------------- ------------------------- Opposite Index "Laws,”
Location of Towns on State Maps (Map given with each state) indicated by _______ Guide Letter and Figure after each
town.
Rand-McNally’s newest maps of states, principal See Index Page 12.
Maps.
cities, Canadian Provinces, Mexico, etc.— . — . . . Inserted in proper geographical position.
Banks and map of________________ ._________ Indexed "Mexico."
Mexico_______—---------Laws relating to, and states which have passed
Negotiable Instrum ents.
“ The Negotiable Instruments Law”__________ See "Laws.” Indexed.
Showing nearest accessible banking points, and
Non-Bank Towns
whether Money-Order Office, Telegraph Station,
or Express Office----------------------------- — ------ Indexed "Acces.”
explanation and map o f .. . -------------------- -------- Opposite page 18.
Numerical System of A. B, A...
of every bank in United States, Canada, and Mexico
Officers--------- --------------------given after name of bank______________ _— Indexed by States.
Explanations and Rates___________ __________ Page 16.
Parcel P o s t ------------------------shown by_______________________________ — Figures under name of town both in
Population of Banking T ow n s.
Bank List and in Lawyers List.
Page 16.
and Postal Regulations------------Postage Rates____________
t after name of bank.
(Unincorporated) indicated by a.
Private Banks____________
Opposite Page 19, etc.
for National Banks.._______ . . .
Reserve Cities---- -------------} after name of bank.
Members of, indicated by a ------State Bankers Associations.
$ after name of bank.
(Incorporated) indicated by a —
State Banks---- ---------------Page 14. See also "Laws,” indexed.
Arranged for quick reference—
Statutes of Limitations ... ..


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B A N K E R S ’ A SSO C IA T IO N S, 1918
KANSAS B A N K ER S’ A SSO C IA T IO N .
President, F. H. Foster, vice-president F o rt Scott S tate Bank,- F o rt
Scott..
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Vice-President, J. R. Burrow, president C entral N ational Bank,
Topeka.
Secretary*. W. W. Bowman,, Topeka.
A ssistant Secretary, Fred M . Bowman, Topeka.
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T reasurer,
H. Sntor, cashier Commercial N ational Bank, H utchin­
son. ! - .
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K E N TU C K Y B A N K ER S’ A SSO C IA T IO N .
President, H enry D. Ornisby, vicerpresident and cashier N ational
B ank of K entucky, Louisville.' 1 ~
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Secretary, J. C. Cardwell, Paul Jones Building, Louisville.
Treasurer, M arc. S tuart, cashier N at. Deposit Bk. of Owensboro.
LO U ISIA N A B A N K ER S’ A SSO C IA T IO N .
President, F rank Roberts, vice-president Calcasieu N ational B ank
of Southwest Louisiana, Lake Charles.
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Vice-President, Charles deB. Claiborne, vice-president W hitneyC entral N ational Bank, New Orleans.
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Secretary, Eugene Cazedessus, vice-president Bank of B aton Rouge,
Baton-Rouge.
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Treasurer, W. J . M itchell, vice-president Commercial R ational Bank,
New Orleans.
M A IN E BANKERS* A SSO C IA T IO N .
President, F rank E. Smith, Sec. and Tr. A ugusta T ru s t Co., Augusta:
Vice-President, H. M . Lawton, cashier N ational B ank of Gardiner,

A M E R IC A N B A N K E R S ' A S SO C IA T IO N .
President, Charles A. Hinsch, president Fifth-T hird N ational Bank,
Cincinnati, O.
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Vice-President, R obert F. M addox^ president A tlanta N ational Bank,
A tlanta, Ga.
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General Secretary, Frederick E . Farnsw qrth, 5 N assau St., New York
T reasurer, Jam es D. Hoge, president Union Savings & T ru st Co.,
Seattle, Wash.
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Ass’t Secretary, W illiam G. Fitzwilson, 5 Nassau St., N ew Y ork City.
General Counsel, Thom as B. P aton, 5 N assau St., New Y ork C ity.
M anager P rotective D ept,, L. W. Gammon, 5 N assau St.. New York.
M anager D epartm ent of Public Relations, A. D. W elton, 5 N assau St.,
New York City.
ALABAMA B A N K ER S' A SSO CIA TIO N .
President, Val Taylor, president Canebrake L oan & T ru st Do.,
Uniontown.
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Vice-President, B. W. P ru e tt, Vice-president F irst N ational Bank,
Gadsden.
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Secretary and Treasurer, H. T. B artlett, cashier, F irst N ational
Bank, Montgomery.
ARIZONA BA N K ER S’ A SSO C IA T IO N .
President, P. P. Greer, president F irst N ational Bank, Globe.
Vice-President, M : I. Powers, president Citizens Bank, Flagstaff,
Secretary, M orris Goldwater, pres. Com ’l T r. & Sav. Bk., P rescott.
Treasurer, J. R. Todd, cashier Gila Valley B ank & T ru st Co., Globe.
ARKANSAS B A N K ER S’ A SSO C IA T IO N .
President, Carl Hollis, cashier, M erchants & P lanters T rust & Savings
Bank, W arren.
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Vice-President, W. C. Johnson, president Cleburne C ounty Baffin,
Uobor Springs.
Secretary, R obt. E. W ait, pres. Citiz.- Inv. & Sec. Co., L ittle Rock.
Treasurer, F rank Farris, cashier Farm ers S tate Bank, Conway.
CA L IFO R N IA B A N K ER S' A SSO CIA TIO N .
President, W. D. Longyear, vice-president Security T rust; & Savings
Bank, Los Angeles.
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Vice-President, George S. M eredith, cashier Farm ers & M erchants
Savings Bank, Oakland.
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Secretary, Frederick H. Colburn, 326 M ills Bldg., San Francisco.
Treasurer, F. O. Cooke, vice-president M ercantile N ational Bank,
San Francisco.
CANADIAN B A N K ER S’ A SSO CIA TIO N .
President, Edson L. Pease, m anaging director Royal Bank of Can­
ada, M ontreal, Que.
Secretary-Treasurer, H enry T. Ross, N ational T rust Bank Bldg.,
M ontreal, Que.
COLORADO BA N K ER S’ A SSO C IA T IO N .
President, D. T. Stone, president U nited S tates B ank & T ru st Co.,
Grand Junction.
Vice-President, W. L. McCaslin, president Farm ers N ational Bank,
Longmont.
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Secretary, Paul H ardey, cashier In te rsta te T ru st Co., D enver.
Treasurer, W. F. Boyd, cashier Saguache C ounty Bank.
CO N N EC TICU T BA N K ER S’ A SSO C IA T IO N .
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President, R. L aM otte Russell, president M anchester T ru st Co.,
South M anchester.
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Vice-President, William B. Bassett, cashier Phoenix N ational Bank,
Hartford.
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Secretary, Chas. E . H oyt, treasurer So. Norwalk T r. Co., So. Norwalk.
Treasurer, A. A. McLeod,
DELAW ARE B A N K ER S’ A SSO C IA T IO N .
President, John G. Townsend, Jr., president Baltim ore T rust Co.,
Selbyville.
Vice-President, John 8. Rossell, president Security T rust & Safe D e­
posit Co., Wilmington. ’ <- Secretary and Treasurer, Wm. G. Taylor, vice-president and secretary
Delaware T rust Co., Wilmington.
D IS T R IC T O F COLUM BIA BA N K ER S’ A SSO CIA TIO N .
President, Corcoran Thom, vice-president American Security & T rust
Co., Washington.
F irst Vice-President, A. G. Clapham, W ashington, D. C.
Second Vice-President, M. D. Rosenberg, president B ank of Commerce
& Savings, Washington.
Secretary, Eugene E . Thompson, Crane, P arris & Com pany, Bankers,
W ashington.
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T reasurer, A. S. Gatley, cashier Lincoln N ational Bank, W ashington.
FLO R ID A BA N K ER S’ A SSO CIA TIO N .
President, J. A. Griffin, cashier Exchange N ational Bank, Tam pa.
F irst Vice-President, G. G. Ware, president F irst N ational Bank,
Leesburg.
Secretary and Treasurer, G. R. DeSaussure, Jacksonville.
GEO RG IA BA N K ER S’ A SSO CIA TIO N .
President, W illiam C. Lanier, president F irst N ational Bank, W est
Point.
F irst Vice-President, T. R. Turner, president F irst N ational Bank,
Haddock.
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Secretary, Haynes McFadden. Candler Bldg., A tlanta.
T reasurer, E . L. Henderson, cashier Commercial Bank, Cedartown.
IDAHO BA N K ER S’ A SSO C IA T IO N .
President, D. W. Davis, president First N ational Bank, American Falls
Vice-President, M onte B. Gwinn, F irst N ational Bank of Idaho, Boise.
Secretary, J. W. Robinson, Boise.
Treasurer, I. N. Anthes, president Citizens Bank, Pocatello,
IL L IN O IS BA N K ER S’ A SSO CIA TIO N .
President, R obert R. W ard, vice-president Benton S tate Bank,
Benton.
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Vice-President, Chas. H. Ireland, cashier W ashburn Bank, W ashburn
Secretary, M . A. Graettinger, 208 So. L a Salle St., Chicago.
T reasurerM aurice A. M udd, cashier F irst S tate Bank, Chester.
INDIANA BA N K ER S’ A SSO CIA TIO N .
President, F. E. Davis, president Citizens N ational Bank, T ipton.
Vice-President, Robt. A. M orris, cashier F airm ount S tate Bank, Fairm ount.
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Secretary, Andrew Smith, vice-pres., Indiana N at. Bk., Indianapolis.
T reasurer, R. W. Akin, cashier Peoples S tate Bank, Sullivan.
Office of Secretary, 611 Indiana T ru st Bldg., Indianapolis.
IOW A BA N K ER S’ A SSO C IA T IO N .
President, J. H. Ingwersen, president Peoples T rust & Savings Bank,
U". Clinton.
Vice-President, M . H. Calderwood, president Eldridge Savings Bank,

Secretary, E dw ard S. K enhard, cashier Rum ford N ational Bank,
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Treasurer, Geo. A. Safford, cashier Hallowell T ru st & Banking Co.,
Hallowell.
M ARYLAND B A N K E R S' A SSO C IA TIO N .
President, W.. S. Gordy, Jr., cashier Salisbury N ational Bank, SalisSecretaryj Charles Hahn, asst, cashier M erchants-M echanics F irst
N ational Bk., Baltimore.
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Treasurer, Wm. M arriott, cashier W estern N ational Bank, Baltim ore.
M A SSA C H U SETTS B A N K ER S’ A SSO CIA TIO N :
President, Elm er E . O nthank, president Safety F und N ational B ank,
F itchburg.
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Vice-President, Charles G. Bancroft; president International T ru st
Secretary, George W. H yde, asst, cashier F irst N ational Bk., Boston.
Treasurer. J. H. Gifford, cashier M erchants N at. Bank, Salem.
M IC H IG A N B A N K ER S’ A SSO C IA T IO N .
President, O tto Schupp, vice-president and cashier Bank of Saginaw,,
F irst Vice-President, C-. J. Diekem a, president F irst S tate,B ank,/
Holland.
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Second Vice-President, John W . Staley, vice-president Peoples State
Bank, D etroit.
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Secretary, M rs. H. M . Brown, Ass’n Office, 1313 Ford Bldg., D etroit.
Treasurer, H. H. M cM illan, cashier Peoples S tate Bank, M unesing.
Counsel, Hal. H. Sm ith of Beaum ont, Sm ith & Harris, D etroit.
M IN N E SO TA B A N K E R S’ A SSO C IA T IO N .
President, E dgar L. M attson, vice-president M idland N ational Bank,
Vice-President, M . J. Dowling, president Olivia S tate Bank, Olivia.
Secretary, G. H. Richards,‘601 N orthw estern Bank Bldg.,M inneapolis.
Treasurer, C. H. D raper, president F irst N ational Bank, Wells.
M IS S IS S IP P I B A N K E R S’ A SSO C IA T IO N .
President: R. C. King, cashier Bank of Commerce, Greenwood.
Vice-President, T had B. Lam pton, vice-president C apital N ational
Bank, Jackson:?
Secretary, George B. Power, Jackson.
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Treasurer, E. P. Peacock, president, B ank of Clarksdale, Clarksdale.
M IS S O U R I B A N K ER S’ A SSO C IA T IO N .
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President, F. T. Hodgdon, cashier Farm ers & M erchants Bank,"
H annibal.
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Vice-President, W. L, Bnechle, president Security N ational Bank,
Kansas C ity.
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Secretary W. F. Keyser, Sedalia.
A ssistant Secretary, E. P . Neef, Sedalia.
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Treasurer, R. F. M cNally, vice-president N ational Bank of Commerce,
St. Louis.
M O NTANA B A N K ER S’ A SSO C IA T IO N .
President, Roy J. Covert, president M erchants N ational Bank,
Vice-President, C. F. M orris, vice-president S ecurity S tate B ank,
Secretary and T reasurer, E dgar A. Newlon, cashier G reat Falls
N ational Bank, G reat Falls.
NEBRA SK A B A N K ER S’ A SSO C IA T IO N .
President W . S. W eston, president F irst N ational Bank, H artington.
Secretary! W illiam B v Hughes, mgr. Om aha Clearing House, Omaha.
Treasurer, J. F. Coad, Jr., president Packers N ational Bank of South
Omaha, Omaha.
NEVADA B A N K ER S’ A SSO C IA T IO N .
P resident C. W. Foote, cashier Churchill C ounty Bank, Fallon.
Vice-President, Mose R einhart, president W innem ucca S tate B ank.
& T rust Co., W innemucca.
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Secretary, J. W. Davey. assistant cashier Reno N ational Bank. Reno.
T reasurer, J. T . Goodin, cashier F irst N ational Bank, Lovelock.
NEW H A M P S H IR E B A N K E R S’ A SSO C IA T IO N .
President, John K. Bates, president F irst N ational Bank, Portsm outh.
Secretary, H arry L. Additon, vice-president and cashier M erchants
N . Bank, M anchester.
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Treasurer, A rthur T, Cass, cashier, Citizens N ational Bank, Tilton.
NEW JE R S E Y B A N K ER S’ A SSO C IA T IO N !
President, Elwood S; B artlett, cashier A tlantic C ity N ational Bank,
A tlantic C ity.
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Vice-President, W alter P . G ardner, vice-president, New Jersey T itle
G uarantee & T ru st Co., Jersey C ity.
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Secretary, Wm. J. Field, vice-president Commercial T ru st Com pany
of New Jersey, Jersey City.
Treasurer, R obert D. Foote, president N ational Iron Bank, M orristown.
NEW M E X IC O B A N K ER S’ A SSO C IA T IO N .
President, W. D. M urray, president Silver C ity N ational Bank, Silver
Vice-President, J. Js Jaffa, vice-president and cashier Citizens N ational
Bank, Roswell. , ..Wl S I ’
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Secretary, W. A. M cM ilhn, cashier American T ru st & Savings Bank,

Secretary, Frank W arner, 710 Flem ing Bldg., Des Moines.
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N E W Y O R K ST A T E BA N K ER S* A S S O C IA T IO N .

S O U T H D A K O T A B A N K E R S ’ A SSO C IA T IO N .

President, John H. Gregory, president C entral Bank, Rochester.
Vice-President, Delm er Runkle, president Peoples N ational Bank,
Hoosick Palls, N . Y.
T reasurer, Thomas H . Reddish, cashier Owego N ational Bank, Owego.
Secretary, E dw ard J . Gallien, 128 Broadway, N. Y. C ity ..
N E W Y O R K S A V IN G S B A N K A S S O C IA T IO N .

President, Alex. Highland, vice-president Aberdeen N ational B ank,
Aberdeen.
Vice-President, H arry W entzy, president Security Savings Bank,
R apid City.
Secretary* F . D. Peckham , president F irst N ational Bank, Alexandria.
T reasurer, R. A. Goodwin, vice-president W akonda S tate Bank,

President, Samuel H. Beach, president Rom e Savings Bank, Rome.
F irst Vice-President, Jo h n M . Satterfield, president American Savings
B ank, Buffalo.
Secretary, Hollis H. Searles, cashier P rudential Savings Bank, Brook­
lyn.
T reasurer, W alter S. Rose, secretary Union Savings Bank, Patchogue.

President, Chas. A. Lyerly, president First N ational Bank of C h a tta­
nooga, Clarksville.
Vice-President, J. E . Quisenberry, cashier Hiawassee Bank, Hiawassee'
Acting Secretary, Jno. J. Heflin, Nashville.
T reasurer, N . Giles C arter, cashier F irst N ational Bank, H arrim an.

N O R T H C A R O L IN A B A N K E R S ' A S S O C IA T IO N .

President, Jas. A. Gray, Jr., Treasurer W achovia B ank & T ru st Co.>
Winston-Salem.
Vice President, *Jos. B. Ramsey, president F irst N ational Bank,
Rocky M ount.
Secretary-Treasurer. W. A. H unt, cashier Citizens Bk.. Henderson.

T E N N E SSE E B A N K E R S ’ A SSO C IA T IO N .

T E X A S B A N K E R S ’ A SSO C IA T IO N .

President. W. W . Woodson, president F irst N ational Bank, Waco.
Secretary, Wm. A. P hilpott, Jr., Dallas.
Treasurer, John Q. M cAdam s, cashier W inters S tate B ank, W inters.
U T A H B A N K E R S ’ A SSO C IA T IO N .

President, Thom as N. Taylor, president Farm ers & M erchants Bank
N O R T H D A K O T A B A N K E R S ' A SSO C IA T IO N .
ProvoPresident, J. L. Bell, vice-president F irst N ational Bank, Bismarck.
F irst Vice-President, Jam es Pingree, president Pingree N ational
Vice-President, J. J. Earley, president Bank of Valley C ity, Valley
B ank, Ogden.
C ity.
Second V ice-President, E . O. Howard, vice-president, W alker Bros.,
Secretary, W C. M acfadden, Fargo.
Bkrs., Salt Lake C ity.
T reasurer A. H. Peterson, cashier S tate Bank of M orton C ounty,1 Secretary
and Treasurer, J. E . Shepard, cashier Cache Valley Banking
M andan.
Co., Logan.
O H IO B A N K E R S ' A SSO C IA T IO N .
V E R M O N T B A N K E R S ’ A SSO C IA T IO N .
President, W. A. Blicke, cashier, T he Bucyrus C ity Bank, Bucyrus.
President, A. H. Chandler, treasurer, Bellows Falls T ru st Co., Bellows
Vice-President, M . R. D enver, president Clinton C ounty N ational
Falls.
Bank, Wilmington.
Vice-President, Levi H. Biyby, cashier M ontpelier N ational Bank,
Secretary, R. H . Schryver. president F irst N ational Bank, M t. Sterling.
M ontpelier.
Office of Association, 805 W yandotte Bldg.. Columbus.
Secretary, C. S. W ebster, treas. B arton Savings Bk. Sc T r. Co., B arton.
T reasurer, W. C. Mooney, Jr., vice-president M onroe Bank, Woodfleld.
T reasurer, D. L. Wells, cashier F irst N ational Bank, Orwell.
O K L A H O M A B A N K E R S ’ A SSO C IA T IO N .

President, G. C. Robertson, cashier F irst N ational B ank, Lawton.
Vice-President, A. L. Churchill, vice-president F irst N ational B ank
Vinita.
Secretary, Eugene P . Gum, Oklahoma City.
T reasurer, Bem ie H erstein,,president Farm ers S tate G uaranty Bank,
V alliant.
O R E G O N B A N K E R S ’ A SS O C IA T IO N v

President, E . G. Crawford, vice-president U nited States N ational
Bank, P ortland.
Vice-President, C. S. Hudson, president F irst N ational Bank, Bend.
Secretary, J. L. H artm an, H artm an & Thompson, Bankers, P ortland.
Treasurer, A. K. Parker, cashier F irst N ational Bank, Joseph.
P E N N S Y L V A N IA B A N K E R S ' A S S O C IA T IO N .

President, F ran k M . H orn, cashier N ational Bank of C atasauqua,
- CatasauqUa.
Vice-President, A rthur V. M orton, vice-president Pennsylvania Com­
p any for Insurance on Lives and G ranting Annuities .Philadelphia.
Secretary, D. S. Kloss, vice-president F irst N ational Bank, Tyrone.
Treasurer, E . R. Thomas, president N ational B ank of Royersford,
Royersford.
R H O D E IS L A N D B A N K E R S ’ A SS O C IA T IO N

President, Thom as H. W est, Jr., vice- president R. I. Hospital T rust
Co., Providence.
Vice-President, M ichael F, Dooley, N ational Exchange Bank, P rov­
idence.
Secretary, Edw ard A. H avens, assistant cashier, M echanics N ational
Bank, Providence.
T reasurer, C. H . W. M andeville, cashier N ational Exchange Bank,
Providence.

V IR G IN IA B A N K E R S ’ A SSO C IA T IO N .

President, G. E . Vaughan, vice-president Peoples N ational Bank,
Lynchburg.
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Vice-President, R . G. Vance, vice-president and cashier F irst N ational
Bank, Waynesboro.
Secretary, V. Valden, cashier F irst N ational Bank, Farm ville.
T reasurer, W. F . Augustine, vice-president M erchants N ational Bank,
Richmond.
W A S H IN G T O N B A N K E R S ’ A S S O C IA T IO N .

President, O. M . Green, vice-president Exchange N ational Bank,
Spokane.
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Vice-President, N . B. Coffman, president Coffman-Dobson, Bank &
T ru st Co., Chehalis.
Secretary, W . H. M artin, cashier Pioneer N ational Bank, Ritzville,
T reasurer, P . M . Serrurier, president Lynden S tate Bank, Lynden.
W E ST V IR G IN IA B A N K E R S ’ A S S O C IA T IO N .

President, H. O. Aleshire, vice-president D ay and N ight Bank, H u n t­
ington, W. Va.
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Vice-President, J.A.Sigafoose, cashier M arshall C ounty Bank, M oundsville.
Secretary and Treasurer, J . S. Hill, cashier Charleston N ational
Bank, Charleston.
W IS C O N S IN B A N K E R S ’ A S S O C IA T IO N .

President, E . J. Perry, president F irst N ational B ank, Fond du Lac
Vice-President, W. E . Sprecher, cashier S tate B ank of Independence,
Independence.
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Secretary, George D. B artlett, 408 P a b st Bldg., Milwaukee.
Assistant Secretary, W all G. Coapm an, 408 P ab st Bldg., M ilwaukee.
Treasurer, W. A. B lackburn, president S tate B ank of Radisson,

Radisson.

W Y O M IN G B A N K E R S ’ A S S O C IA T IO N .

S O U T H C A R O L IN A B A N K E R S ’ A S S O C IA T IO N .

President, S. O. Langworthy, cashier Stock Growers Bank, Buffalo.
Vice-President, A. DTJohnston, cashier F irst N ational Bank, Cheyenne.
Secretary. H arry B. Henderson, cashier W yoming T ru st Sc Savings
Bank. Cheyenne.
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Treasurer, W. J. Thom , cashier F irst N ational Bank, Buffalo.______

President, Chas. D. Jones, president F irst N ational Bank. Lancaster.
Vice-President, J . S. W anam aker, president St. M atthew s N ational
Bank, St. M atthew s.
Secretary an d T reasurer, Julien C. Rogers, cashier F irst N atio n al
Bank, Florence.

IN V E S T M E N T B A N K E R S A SSO C IA TIO N O F A M E R IC A
Offices, H arris Trust Building, Chicago

BOARD OF GOVERNORS
Lewis B. Franklin, New Y ork
R ichard L. M orris, New York
George W. Hodges, New Y ork
Stacy C. Richm ond, New Y ork
H ow ard F. Beebe, New Y ork
George B. Caldwell, New Y ork
George H . Taylor, Chicago
H . L. S tu art, Chicago
R oy C. Osgood, Chicago

Lewis H . Parsons, Philadelphia
T . Johnson W ard, Philadelphia
J. Sheppard Sm ith, St. Louis
John W. Hallowell, Boston
W illiam G. Lerchen, D etroit
J. S. Wilson, Jr., Baltim ore
H. C. M cEldowney, P ittsburgh
D avid A. E dgar, M ilwaukee
Ream y Eugene Field, Cincinnati

L ynn H. D inkins, New Orleans
Jo h n A. P rescott, K ansas C ity
Will H. W ade, Indianapolis
Jam es N . W right, D enver
E dw in W hite, St. Paul
Charles L. Stacy, Toledo
Roby Robinson, A tlanta
H erbert W itherspoon, Spokane

OFFICERS
Vice-President, D aniel K. D rake, Los Angeles
Vice-President, Frederick A. Y ard, Chicago
Secretary, Frederick R. Fenton, Chicago
Treasurer, George W. Kendrick, I I I . , Philadelphia

President, W arren S. H ayden, Cleveland
Vice-President, W . G. Baker, Jr., Baltim orë
Vice-President, Jo h n E . Oldham, Boston
Vice-President,.Lawrence Cham berlain, New York,

F A R M M O R T G A G E B A N K E R S A SSO C IA T IO N O F A M E R IC A
Offices of Secretary-Treasurer, 112 W . Adams St., Chicago

OFFICERS
President, O. M . Corwin, Wells-Dickey Co., M inneapolis,
Vice-President, Levering M oore, M ortgage Securities Co., New Or__
.a •
Vice-President, J. E . Maxwell, Maxwell Investm ent Co., K ansas C ity, Mo.
leans, La.
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Vice-President, R . C. Peters, P eters T ru st Co., Omaha, N eb.
Secretary-Treasurer, E . D. Chassell, 112 W est Adam s St., Chicago, 111.

N U M E R IC A L SY ST E M O F T H E A M E R IC A N B A N K E R S A SSO C IA T IO N
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1 New York, N .Y .
2 Chicago, 111.
3 Philadelphia,Pa.
4 St. Louis, Mo.
5 Boston, Mass.
6 Cleveland, Ohio
7 Baltimore, Md.
8 Pittsburg, Pa.
9 D etroit, M ich.
10 Buffalo, N . Y.
11 San Francisco,
Cal.
12 Milwaukee, Wis.
13 Cincinnati, Ohio
14 New Orleans, La.
15 W ashington,
D . C.
16 Los Angeles,'
Cal.
17 Minneapolis,
M inn.
18 Kansas C ity, ,
Mo.
19 Seattle, W ash
20 Indianapolis,
Ind.
21 Louisville, K y.
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,

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31 Salt Lake C ity ,
U tah
32 Dallas, Tex.
33 Des Moines, la .
34 Tacoma, Wash.
35 Houston, Tex.
36 St. Joseph, Mo.
37 F t. W orth, Tex.
38 Savannah, Ga.
39 Oklahoma C ity,
. Okla.
4Ö W ichita, K an.
41 Sioux 'C ity, la .
42 Pueblo, Colo.
43 Lincoln, Neb.
44 Topeka, Kan.
45 Dubuque, la . .
46 Galveston, Tex.
47 C edar Rapids,
la.
48 Waco, Tex.
49 Muskogee, Okla,

STATES
50 New Y ork
51 C onnecticut
52 M aine
53 M assachusetts
54 New H am pshire
55. New Jersey
56 Ohio
57 Rhode Island
58 Verm ont
59
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60 Pennsylvania
61 Alabam a
62 Delaware
63 Florida
64 Georgia
65-M aryland
66 N o rth Carolina
67 South Carolina
68 Virginia
69 W est Virginia
70 Illinois
71 Indiana

72 Iowa

73 K entucky
74 M ichigan
75 M innesota
76 N ebraska
77 N o rth D akota
78 South D ak o ta
79 Wisconsin
80 M issouri
81 Arkansas
82 Colorado
83 Kansas
84 Louisiana
85 Mississippi
86 Oklahoma
87 Tennessee
88 Texas
89
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91 Arizona
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92 Idaho
93 M ontana
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94 N evada
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96 O regon' '
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97 U tah
98 W ashington
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Banks Not in Reserve or
Central Reserve City

Reserve C ity Banks

Central Reserve C ity
Banks

7 % of D e m a n d D e p o s its
3 % of T im e D e p o s its

1 0 % of D e m a n d D e p o s its
3 % o f T im e D e p o s its

1 3 % of D e m a n d D e p o s its
3 % of T im e D e p o s its

Central Reserve Cities
2. *NEW Y O RK CITY . . . .
8. ST. LOUIS

7. CHICAGO

Reserve Cities
Albany, N. Y.
6. ^Atlanta, Ga.
Br.5. Baltimore, Md.
Birmingham, Ala.
1. Boston, Mass.
Brooklyn, N. Y.
Buffalo, N. Y.
Cedar Rapids, Iowa
Charleston, S. C.
Chattanooga, Tenn.
Br.4. Cincinnati, 0 .
4. Cleveland, 0 .
Columbus, 0.
11. Dallas, Texas
Br.10. Denver, Colo.
Des Moines, Iowa
Br.7. Detroit, Mich.
Dubuque, Iowa
B r . l l . El Paso, Texas
Fort Worth, Texas
Galveston, Texas
Grand Rapids, Mich.
Houston, Texas
Indianapolis, Ind.
Br.6. Jacksonville, Fla.
Kansas City, Kan.
10. Kansas City, Mo.
Lincoln, Neb.
Los Angeles, Cal.
Br.8. Louisville, Ky.

9.

Br.6.

Br.10.
3.
Br.4.
Br.12.
5.

12.
Br.12.
Br.12.

Memphis Tenn.
Milwaukee, Wis.
Minneapolis, Minn.
Muskogee, Okla.
Nashville, Tenn.
New Orleans, La.
Oakland, Cal.
Oklahoma City, Okla.
Omaha, Neb.
Peoria, 111.
Philadelphia, Pa.
Pittsburgh, Pa.
Portland, Ore.
Pueblo, Colo.
Richmond, Va.
St. Joseph, Mo.
St. Paul, Minn.
Salt Lake City, Utah
San Antonio, Texas
San Francisco, Cal.
Savannah, Ga.
Seattle, Wash.
Sioux City, Iowa
Spokane, Wash.
Tacoma, Wash.
Toledo, 0 .
Topeka, Kan.
Waco, Texas
Washington, D. C.
Wichita. Kan.

* T hose cities w hich are preceded by a n um ber are Federal Reserve
Bank cities and th e num ber in each in sta n ce is th e D istrict num ber
in w hich th e city is located. Br. signifies th a t a branch bank is
located in th a t city.

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July 15, 1918
N ame and F ederal
R e s er v e Dis t r ic t .

CHIEF NATIONAL BANK EXAMINERS
Brown, Fred, (9 )________ 416 N. Y. Life Bldg., Minneapolis, Minn.
ColUer, R. H. (11)............... .501 Southland Life Bldg., Dallas, Texas.
Cooper, S. H. L. ( 4 ) „ .____ 527 Williamson Bldg., Cleveland, Ohio.
Doughton, J. K. (5)_______ 512 Va. Ry. & Power Bldg., Richmond, Va.
Gaither, H. R. (10). 1_____ 1515 Commerce Trust Bldg., Kansas
City, Mo.
Higgins, E. F. (6)................. 507 Post Office Bldg., Atlanta, Ga.
Johnson, E. I. (3)_________ 416 Post Office Bldg., Philadelphia, Pa.
Logan, J. M. (8)_________ 1310 Fed. Reserve Bk. Bldg.,St. Louis, Mo.
Malburn, W. P. (2)_______720 U. S. Custom House, New York, N.Y.
Mulloney, D. C. (1) _______ Room 614, 45 Milk St., Boston, Mass.
Smith, Sherrill (7)________ 804 Rector Bldg., Chicago, 111.
Wilcox, Ws E. (12)_______523 First Nat. Bk. Bldg., San Francisco,
Cal.

NATIONAL BANK EXAMINERS
Albert, H, E. (9)................... 416 N. Y. Life Bldg., Minneapolis, Minn.
Anheier, C. H. (9)___ ____ Fargo, N. Dak.
Armstrong, G. E. (4)........ ..5 2 7 Williamson Bldg., Cleveland, Ohio.
Bakkr, W. B., (3 (________ P. O. Box 61, Lancaster, Pa.
Bean, N. S. (1)___________10 Federal Bldg., Manchester, N. H.
Beaty, C. H. (7)__________804 Rector Bldg., Chicago, 111.
Blackman, H. C. (7)............ P. 0. Box 255, Hillsdale, Mich.
Borden, D. C. (6)________ 507 Post Office Bldg., Atlanta, Ga.
Boyd, C. E. (6)___________ 105 Regina Ave., Mobile, Ala.
Buchanan, L. R. (11)______Box 344, Wichita Falls, Texas.
Byers, R. W. (2)._______..1041 State St., Watertown, N. Y.
Camp, A. B. (4)
........ ..... 2155 Lawrence Ave., Toledo, Ohio.
Carlson, O. A. (9)________ 1786 Hennepin Ave., Apt. 22, Minneapolis,
Minn.
Challman, L. Oscar ( 9 ) ___ 416 N. Y. Life Bldg., Minneapolis, Minn.
Chapman, C. H. (3)........ ..... 413 Post Office Bldg., Philadelphia, Pa.
Chenault, J. B. (4)_______ Maysville, Ky.
Chesterman, Bertram (2)__ 720 U. S. Customhouse, New York, N. Y.
Cloe, Wm. B. (5).............5 1 2 Va. Ry. & Power Bldg., Richmond,Va.
Coffin, G. M. (1)__________ 121 Saint Nicholas Ave., New York, N. Y.
Congdon, Sidney B . _____ .Washington, D. C.
Cooper, T. A. (1)__........... .Care The Pavilion, Montpelier, Vt.
Crocker, Sherwood (10)____718 Grant St., Denver, Colo.
Donahue, E. J. (2)________The Greycourt Apt., Ithaca, N .Y .
Dorsey, R. J. C. (5)_______211 Union Trust Bldg., Washington, D. C.
Duane, W. J. (2)..................Hempstead, N. Y.
Dunbar, J. M. (3)................. Care B. E. Glass, P. O. Clerk, Johnstown,
Pa.
Fair, W. E. (10)__________State Capitol, Cheyenne, Wyo.
Farmer, T. P. (10)____ ___ P. O. Box 1494, Muskogee, Okla.
Filson, C. H. (10)..................321 N. First St., Guthrie, Okla.
Finney, R. Gordon (5)_____Route 1, Rosslyn, Va.
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Fletcher, T. E. (6 )._ .___ ..Cordele, Ga.
Freeman, 0. M. (1)__ I ___ 1002 Turks Head Bldg., Providence, R. I.
Gellerstedt, L. L. (3)............ 416 Post Office Bldg., Philadelphia, Pa.
George, BK L. (2)..... ............445 Western Ave., Albany, N. Y.
Goodell, G. W. ( 1 0 ) ....___ 2070 Clermont St., Denver, Colo.
Goodwyn, T. J. (5)_______ P. O. Box 326, Columbia, S. C
Gossett, E. F. (11)________Federal Land Bank, Houston, Texas.
Gough, E. H. (8)..................Boonville, Ind.
Gray, W. M. (12)________ 523 First Nat. Bk. Bldg.,San Francisco,Cal.
Greenfield, J. B. (7) . . . ___ 417 Federal Bldg., Milwaukee, Wis.
Griffin, James L. (3) ______ Room 23, P. 0 . Bldg., Wilkes-Barre, Pa.
Hanson, V. E. ( 9 ) ________304 S. Duluth Ave., Sioux Falls, S. Dak.
Hargreaves, R. L. (5)___...1 3 3 0 Belmont St., N. W., Washington,
D. C.
TTarlHn, D. V. ( 7 ) ..
804 Rector Bldg., Chicago, 111.
Harris, T. E. ( 8 ) ________ 805 Central Bank Bldg., Memphis, Tenn.
Haugen, N. E. (7)________ 1902 Woodland Ave., Des Moines, Iowa.
Hayes, Ben., Jr. ( 7 ) ______ Davenport, Iowa.
Hayes, W. Z. (11)________ Tyler, Texas.
Henneman, Harry E. (2) ...7 2 0 U. S. Custom House, New York, N. Y.
Hoffman, L. W. (5)_______ 5Ì2 Va. Ry. & Power Bldg., Richmond,Va.
Hopkins, Raby L. (7)_____ 417 Federal Bldg., Milwaukee, Wis.


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Horn, C. F. ( 2 ) ____ _____ 720 U. S. Custom House, New York, N.Y .
Houston, R. C. (7)_______ Lock Box 717, South Bend, Ind.
Hutt, W. E. (11)__ ........S h e rm a n , Texas.
James, A. L. (12)_________ 912 O St., Sacramento, Cal.
James, Edward A. (12)____ 523 First Nat. Bk. Bldg., San Francisco,
Cal.
Jernegan, E. S. (9) _______ P. O. Box 171, Huron, S. Dak.
Johnson, R. M. (11)______ Care of First Nat. Bk., Saint Cloud, Fla.
Kennedy, J. L. (7)______ _P. O. Box 184, Sheldon, Iowa.
Kuchins, C. R. (4)_______ P. O. Box 1058, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Machen, H. L. (8)................ 1310 Fed. Res. Bk. Bldg., St. Louis, Mo.
Marcuse, Benj. (2)_______ 560 W. 144th St., New York, N. Y.
Martin Charles H. ( 8 ) ____ 1310 Federal Reserve Bank Bldg., St.
Louis, Mo.
Martin, Leo H. (2) _______ Boise, Idaho, Bristol Hotel.
McClerkin, G. M. (10)____ P. O. Box 1541, Lincoln, Neb.
McConaughy, R. C. (4)____6115 Erie Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio.
McGrath, J. C. (7 )............. Indianapolis, Ind. General Delivery.
McLean, Martin (12)............310 Central Bldg., Seattle, Wash.
McReynolds, J. W. (11)___ 501 Southland Life Bldg., Dallas, Texas.
Mertens, C. R. (7).............S helbyville, 111.
Miller, J. F. (4)__________ Box 163, Wilkinsburg, Pa.
Minor, W. G. ( 7 ) .. .............. Cannelton, Ind.
Montgomery, Robert (7)___1509 Sixth Ave., Des Moines, Iowa.
Morgan, W. M. (8)_______ 208 Federal Bldg., Louisville, Ky.
Mossman, J. D. (10)______635 Tyler St., Topeka,|Kan.
Murphy, David (2)_._____314 Lafayette Ave., Buffalo,IN. Y.
Newnham, S. L., Supervising
Nat’l Bank Examiner____3915 Kansas Ave., N. W., Washington,
D. C.
Otto, C. C. (12)__________ S. 1124 Walnut St., Spokane, Wash.
Parker, Edward F. (1 )____ Room 401, 97 Exchange St., Portland, Me.
Parker, W. R. (8)— ______ 314 Southern Trust Bldg., Little Rock, Ark.
Partridge, Paul (7)...... ......... Apt. B, 1007 Hamilton Blvd., Peoria, 111.
Patterson, Bert K. (9 ) ____416 N. Y. Life Bldg., Minneapolis, Minn.
Patterson, G. E. (6)______ 1464 Park St., Jacksonville, Fla.
Patton, L. H. (10)_____ ...1 3 2 1 N. Harvey St., Oklahoma City, Okla.
Peel, Rex W. (1 0 )________ Box 558, Oklahoma City, Okla.
Penix, J. L. (11)______ ___ Driskill Hotel, Austin, Texas.
Pole, J. W. (4)___________ 527 Williamson Bldg., Cleveland, Ohio.
Proctor, J. L. (9 )._ ...............416 N. Y. Life Bldg., Minneapolis, Minn.
Reed, W. H. (10).............. ..1 5 1 5 Commerce TrustBldg., Kansas City,
Mo.
Riddell, C. F. (7).............. . . P . O. Box 443, Indianapolis,find.
Robb, E. D. (7)__________ Colonial Apartments, Waterloo, Iowa.
Roberts, Luther K. (3)____ 416 P. O. Bldg., Philadelphia, Pa.
Schechter, W. J. (7)______ 804 Rector Bldg., Chicago, 111. .
Scott. H. W. (1)_________ Room 614, 45 Milk St., Boston, Mass.
Sisk, C. M. (3)___________ 1240 Hill Road, Reading, Pa.
Smith, Arthur B. (9 )............416 N. Y. Life Bldg., Minneapolis, Minn.
’ Smith, Clarence F. ( 4 ) ____ 527 Williamson Bldg., Cleveland, Ohio.
Smith, J. H. (9)_______ ...4 1 6 N. Y. Life Bldg., Minneapolis,'Minn.
Smithies, G. E . __________ Honolulu, Hawaii.
Southall, Ebenezer (2).____ 720 U. S. Custom House, New York, N .Y .
Stearns, E. W. (2)________720 Custom House, New York, N. Y.
Stevens, G. J. (4)________ P. 0. Box 185, Wheeling, W. Va.
Stringfellow, J. B. (5)_____ Forest Depot, Va.
Summers, Geo. S. ( 3 ) ____ .P . O. Box 222, Harrisburg, Pa.
Thomas, Hubert F. (2)____ 720 U. S. Custom House, New York, N. Y.
Thomas, T. C. (4)___ ____ Neil House, Columbus, Ohio.
Thompson, A. D. (11)_____ 1320 N. 15th St., Waco, Texas.
Thompson, Oscar (12)_____ 800 Consolidated Realty Bldg., Los A., Cal.
Trimble, James (5)._._____ 807 Union Trust Bldg., Washington, D. C.
Walter, E. D. (6)___ —___ 202 Fourth Ave., Rome, Ga.
Wilde, Max C. (10)......... — 109 S. 12th St., Norfolk, Neb.
Wiliiams, T. M. (10)___ ...1 5 1 5 Commerce Trust Bldg., Kansas City,
Mo.
Wilson, Lewis (10)________ Box 451, Hutchinson, Kan.
Wood, D. R. (5) . . . ______ P. O. Bldg., Martinsburg, W. Va.
Wood, John S. (8)................. Belleville, 111.
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Woods, J. K. (1).----- . . . . . . 2 0 4 Mills Bldg., El Paso, Texas.
Woodside, Hal (8).______ .141 W. Woodbine Ave, Mirkwood, Mo.
Woten, C. S. (12).,_______ .Care Travelers Hotel, Fresno, Cal.
Young, W. H. (8)____ ™ _-500 E. Elm St., Springfield, Mo.
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State
N ame
Address
A to..............A. E . W alker, Supt. of B a n k s........... M ontgom ery.
P . Wv Barclift, Bank Exam iner.......... Hartnells.
W , F . Ranier, B ank E xam iner... . . . .Birm ingham . ' ,
E . W . McLeod, B ank E xam iner. . . . . Birmingham.
R . W. Vass, Bank E xam iner.............. M ontgom ery.,
T . L. Cannon, Office A ssistant.......... M ontgom ery.
A riz............ Jesse L. Boyce, Bank C om ptroller.. . Phoenix.
M . S. Stanley, D eputy B ank Comp.
„ t e l l e r ................................................. .. Phoenix.
F. E , Ross. Bank Exam iner.................Phoenix.
A r k ............Jno. M . Davis, Bank Commissioner .L ittle Rock.
J. D. Covey, Asst. Bk. Com................ L ittle Rock.
W. T . Maxwell, Mgr. Blue Sky D ept.L ittle Rock.
A. J . Reap. Bk. E xam iner.................... L ittle Rock.
J. M . Sadler, Bank E xam iner............ Charleston.
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A. F . Bailey, Bk. E xam iner................New port.
F . L. M ajor, Bank E xam iner............. Brinkley.
.......... W . R . Williams, Supt. of B a n k s........ 704 P ostal Tel. Bldg..
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San Francisco.
. Colo;. . . . . . G rantM cF erson. Bk. Commissioner.Denver.
Axel B. Olson, Chief D eputy Bk.
C om m issioner,.................................Denver.
Sidney W. Clark, D eputy Bk. Com... Denver. :
F rank Stansfleld, D eputy Bk. C om .. . Denver.
li. W. Joslyn, D eputy Bk. Com .........D enver.
Conn..........E . J. Sturges, Bank C om m issioner.. .N ew Milford.
J. K. Bissiand, D eputy Com .............. Thompsonville.
F rank E . Soule, Bank E xam iner........ New Milford.
Wm. H. Edwards, Bank E x am in e r.. .P ortland.
Wm. P. Landon, Bank E xam iner. . . . H artford.
J. B. Byrne, Bank E xam iner............. P utnam .
H. H. Howard, B ank E xam iner....H artford.
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C. Leon W ilcox, B ank E x a m in e r... .W indsor Locks.
J. William Neal, Bank E xam iner. . . .N ew H aven.
D ela__ .Thos. R. Wilson, Supt. of B anks. . . . Dover.
Geo, A. Huggins, B ank E xam iner. . .D over.
Fla......... .B .C . Whitfield, Bank E xam iner....... Tallahassee.
E- P- D uncan, Bank E xam iner.........Tallahassee
W. B. Sadler, Bank E xam iner........... Jacksonville.
G a.. ;..., .W . J. Speer, Bank E xam iner..............A tlanta.
J. O. Anderson, Chief C lerk and Asst.
A tlanta.
E xam iner................................ .
N. L. N orth, Asst. Bk. Exam iner . . .Newnan.
L. E . Fenn, Asst. Bank Exam iner . .Cordele.
R. E . P la tt, Asst. Bank E xam iner. . . Newnan.
M . J. Janes, Asst. Bank E x am in e r.. .Griffin.
E . A. Thomson, Asst. Bk. E xam iner. Millen.
J. S. Hollinshead. Asst. Bk. Exam iner Decatur.
E . B. Douglass, Bank Examiner'. . . . T albotton.
I d a h o . ’. G . R. H itt, Bank Com m issioner........Boise.
E . W. Pearce, Chief D eputy Bank
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Com .............................................. ...B o is e .
D. L. W yland, D eputy Bank. C om . .Boise.
M ildred K night, C lerk ...........................Boise.
Illinois ....A n d r e w Russel, A u d ito r ...................... Springfield.
H arry T. Ellis, Chief Clerk of B ank­
ing D ep artm en t............................. 1434 1st N .Bk.B ldg..
Chicago
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W. B. W hitlock, Asst. Chief Clerk
Banking D ep t.....................................Springfield.
R alph R. F airbairn, Bank Exam iner .1434 1st N.Bk.Bldg.,
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.Chicago.
M iller Weir, Consulting B ank Ex­
am iner. . . . . . . . . . ............................Springfield.
J. W. M cClellan, B ank E xam iner. . .Springfield.
. Jo h n B. Lee, Bank E xam iner.............Springfield.
In d ........... .. O tto L. Klauss, A uditor...................... Indianapolis.
Chas. W . Gamp, Chief Bank C lerk.. Indianapolis.
M ark A. Wilson, B ank E xam iner.. . . Knightstown.
D ane H. Hoover, Bank E xam iner. . .E aton.
Geo. A. M iller, Bank E xam iner.........F rankfort.
Chas. F. H urst, Bank E xam iner.. . . . Indianapolis.
.Wilson Roose, Bank E xam iner.......... E lkhart.
Ralph R. Boyers, Bank E xam iner.. . Spencer.
A rthur J. Lowes. Bank Exam iner. . .Indianapolis.
Iow a..
•G. H. Messinger, Supt. of Banking . .D es Moines.
Chas. H. Suiter, Bank Exam iner. .. .Council Bluffs.
V. W. M iller, Bank E xam iner. . . . . . . C edar Rapids.
H. T. Fuller, Bank E xam iner......... M ason City.
V, R. M artin, Rank E xam iner.......... D es Moines.
W. O. Reed, Bank E xam iner..............C edar Falls.
H. A. Barr, Bank E xam iner............ .... Sioux City.
Geo. L.. R owe, Bank E xam iner......... Des Moines.
R. F.’ Wilson, Bank E xam iner........... Fairfield.
.Kansas. .W aiter E . Wilson, Bank C om .. . . . . .Topeka.
F rank O rgan,1Special A ssistant. .... .Topeka.
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L. A. Johnson, Asst. Bank Com........ Topeka.
Virgil I. Smith, D eputy Bank Com. Hutchinson.
E . L. Williams, D eputy Bank C o m .. Stockton.
F rank Bell, D eputy Bank Com ......... M anhattan.
R. F . Foley, D eputy Bank C o m .... .P ittsburg.
Geo. W. Ailison, D eputy Bank Com .K ansas City.
E . V. Wood, D eputy Bk. Com ...........Burlington.
L. W. W aym an, D eputy Bk. C o m .. .Em poria,
F. E . Benton, D eputy Bk. C o m .. . . .Oberlin.
B. L. Jessup, D eputy Bank Com ...... Hutchinson.
O. A. Congdon, D eputy Bank. C o m . W ichita.
W. T . Newman, Bldg. & Loan Ex. . .Topeka.
K y.-.. . . . . . G. G. Speer, Banking Com m issioner. Frankfort.
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Jno. W. M oorm an, D eputy Bkg.Com.Leitchfleld.
A. B. Faris, B ank E x a m in e r............ .Richm ond.
E . J . Doss, B ank E xam iner................ Shelbyville.
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W . C.: Shanks, B ank E xam iner.......... Stanford. .
J. S. W alker, Bank E xam iner............ Frankfort.
V. V. Packwood, C lerk.......................... F rankfort.
L a ................R. N. Sims, S tate Exam iner. . . . . . . New Orleans.
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I. V. Shannon. Asst. Bank Exam iner..New Orleans.
B . M . Johnson, Asst. B k.E xam iner ..N ew Orleans.
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J. S. Brock, Asst. Bk. Exam iner. . . ..N ew Orleans.
H. I. L andry, Asst. Bk. E xam iner. . .N ew Orleans.
I. H. Snyder, Asst. Bk. E x a m in e r.. .N ew Orleans.
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P . B. L ord. Secretary . . . . . . . . . . . . . New Orleans.
M a in e ... „.F ran k L. Palm er, B ank Com______ .Augusta.
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Lynedon P . Noble, D eputy Bank
C o m m i s s i o n e r . ..............Augusta.


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M aine.........E lm er E . M cFarland, Bank Exam ;(Don’t) in e r. . . . .
............... .......................Augusta.
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E rnest L. W ellman, Bank E xam iner. Augusta.
H arvey R . Pease, Agency E xam iner. Augusta.
V ictorB . Pendexter, A c c o u n ta n t... .Augusta.
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Clandel Bradstreet, Chief C lerk ........ Augusta.
M d..............J. Dukes Downes, Bank Com.. ..Union
T rust B uilding.................................. Baltimore.
Geo. W. Page, D eputy Bank Commissioner, Union T ru st B ldg.........Baltim ore.
John J. Ghingher, Chief Clerk and
Exam iner, Union T rust Bldg......... Baltimore.
Wm. Reed Seal, Clerk and Exam iner,
Union T rust B uilding.................... Baltimore.
Chas. L. Hobbs, Clerk and Exam ­
iner .................................. ............ Union T ru st Bldg.,
Baltimore.
M ass...........A. L, T horndike, Bk. Com m issioner. . Brewster.
C. W. Levi, D eputy Com m issioner_Newton C enter.
W. O. Lovell, C hief of Sav. Bk. D iv .. . M alden.
O. W. Levi,,Chief of T r. Co, Division .N ew ton Center.
O. M . Tucker, Chief of Co-operative
_ - Bank Division j . .............................Somerville.
W. A. Ham m ond, Bank E x a m in e r.. .Somerville.
R. A. Hovey, Bank E xam iner.............Wakefield.
W. H. Otis, Bank E xam iner................ Melrose.
F. C. Stacey, Bank E xam iner............Allston.
A. J. C arter, Bank E xam iner.............. Boston.
A- N. Dorr, Bank E xam iner.............. Boston.
W. S. Bosworth, Special E x am in e r. . . M alden.
H . F. Taylor, Jr., Bank E x a m in e r.. .Wakefield.
M ich. . . . , . F. W .M e rrick , B ank Com m issioner.. Pigeon.
A. E . M anning, D eputy Bank Com. .'. Lansing.
E arl D. Albertson, Bank E xam iner. .B a ttle Creek.
J. Q. Van Camp, Bank Exam iner .. . Gwosso.
F. L. Perkins, Bank E x a m in e r.. . . . .G rand Rapids.
P. S. H anna, B ank E xam iner............B ay City.
C. F. Spaeth, Bank E xam iner....... Ann Arbor.
John T . M allett, B ank E xam iner. . . . Lansing.
J. M . Conway, Bank E xam iner......... Lansing.
C. I. Norm an, Bank Exam iner..........Lansing.
Carl Wisner, Bank E xam iner............ D etroit.
V. W. Tourje, Bans: E xam iner...........Dowagiac.
Leroy M axam , Bank E xam iner......... Fife Lake.
F. W. Lawrence, Bank E x a m in e r.. . . Iron M ountain.
F. J. Affeldt, Jr., Bank E xam iner... .Lansing.
L- J. Baker, Asst. Bk. E xam iner. ... .T raverse City.
L. E. W arner, Bank E xam iner.......... Kalamazoo.
Wm. C. Griswold, Asst. Bk. E x .........D etroit.
C. W. Snowden, Asst. Bk. E x ............B ay City.
H. A. Millard, Asst. Bk. E xam iner. . E vart.
R. B. Renwick. Asst. Bk. Exam iner .Fenton.
M in n ......... F. E . Pearson, Supt. of B anks............ St. Paul.
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Geo. H. Sivwright, D eputy Supt. of
B a n k s............................................... .. St. Paul.
O. I. B rand void. Bank E xam iner........Fergus Falls.
W. T . Hannem an, Bank Exam iner. . . Minneapolis.
A. P. R otert, Bank E xam iner............ St. Paul.
D. B. Fuller, Bank Exam iner.............Minneapolis.
P . W. Moore, Bank Exam iner..........S t. Paul.
E . F. Kenrick. Asst. Bank Examiner St. Paul.
W. P, Dougherty, Asst. Bk. E x . . . , .Minneapolis.
H ow ard J, Klossner, AssL Bk. E x .. .N ew Ulm.
L. J. Luhm an, Asst. Bk. Exam iner. .Preston.
Geo. P. Daily, Assistant Exam iner. .E . G rand Forks.
M . E . Walsh, E x tra A sst. Exam iner. St. Paul.
Wm. A. Smith, Asst. B ank E xam . . .S t. Paul.
John L. Haas, Asst. Bank Exam iner .St. Paul.
E rnest W. Swanson, Asst, Bk. E x . .. M inneapolis.'
Geo. C. Power, Asst. B ank E xam . . .S t. Paul.
F rank E . T urrittin, Second Asst.
Bank E x a m in e r............................ St. Paul.
M iss........... F. E . G unter, Bank Commissioner . .Jackson.
M . C. Hill, Bank C o m m issio n « .. t . . .H attiesburg.
Lewis E. Crook, Bank Com m ission«, M « id ian .
E . F. Anderson, Bank E x a m in « .........Clinton.
J. S. Love. Ba*nk E xam iner.................H attiesburg.
S. S. Harris. Bank E x a m in « .............. Tupelo.
J. B, Salm and, A ssistant Bank Exam iner.
C. L. Gaston, A ssistant Bank E xam iner.
J. T. N anny, A ssistant' B ank Exam iner.
M o............ ..C. F. E nright, Bank Commissioner. .Jefferson City.
I. C. Uptegrove. D eputy Bank Com. Jefferson City.
Percy W. Henry, B ank E xam iner. . .K ansas City.
O. A. E aton, Bank Exam iner. . . . . , .C ape Girardeau.
W. W. Seibert, B a n k E xam iner. . . . . .S t. Louis.
P. K. Gibbons, Bank E xam iner.........Edina.
H. D. Silsby, Jr., Bank E xam iner. . .Springfield.'
Jas. T. Duncan, Bank E xam iner. . . . St. Joseph. •
M . F.; Cockrell, Bank E xam iner........Jeff«son City.
G. W. Shelton, Bank E x a m in « .........Springfield.
F. F. Todd, Bank E x a m in « ........ .... .N evada.
S. P. Stone, Bank E xam iner.............. Chillicothe.
G. W. Hobbs, Bank E xam iner. . . . . . H annibal.
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O. G. Williams, Chief C lerk................. Jefferson C i t y .''
M o n t.. . . . . H. S. M agraw, Superintendent of Bks,Helena.
A. G. Luedeman, D ep u ty . ..................H elena.'
L. D. M oritz. D e p u ty ....................... .H elena. ,
■ O. A* Haskins, D ep u ty . . .................. .H elena.
J. W . Langley, D e p u ty . XI4»...............Helena.
G . Sheldon, C le r k ................................. Helena.
N eb............J. J. Tooiey, S e cretary .. . .................... Anselm.
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S. M .»Patterson, Bank E xam iner. . . .Alma.
S. M . Hall, Bank E x a m in « ............... Hastings.
J. H. Donnelly, Bank E xam iner........P lattsm outh.
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S. A. L app, Bank E xam iner........... .... .Nelson.
A. D. Touzalin, Bank Exam iner, . a . Omaha.
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J . H . Wehn, Bank E xam iner........... ..B ridgeport.
Chas. R. W hite, Bank E xam iner. . .S utherland.
M . R. Sullivan, Bank E x a m in e r.. . . .G ’Neill.
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T . P. Sm ith, Bank E xam in er..............Omaha.
H. B. Gipson, Bank E x a m in e r.. . . . .
. G ilbert O. Ross, Bank E x a m in « ........Carson C ity.
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. Jam es O. Lyford, C hairm an Bank C om .. Concord.
Frederic S. N utting, Bank Com m is­
sio n « .................................................M anchester.
G uy H . C u tter. Bank Commissioner.. Concord.

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N . J . . . . . . .F ra n k H. Sm ith,.Com m issioner. . . . .T renton.
Thom as K. Johnston, D eputy Com,
m issioner..........................................Trenton.
L. R. Vredenburgh, B ank E xam iner. .Somerville.
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H ugh H. Hilson, Bank E xam iner___T renton.
W. T. Grosscup, Bank E xam iner........ E a st Orange.
John G. P ettit, Bank E x a m in e r.. . . .M oorestown.
Horace Biddle. Asst. Bank E xam iner. Ocean Grove.
Alvin L. Fowler. Bank E x am in e r.. . .Haddonfleld.
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Frederick S. Risley, Bank E xam iner. A tlantic City.
Chas. H. D unham , Bank Exam iner .Plainfield.
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A. S. Amerman, Bank Exam iner. . . Somerville.
R dbt. F. M inch, Bank E xam iner. . . . Bridgeton.
N . M .. . . . . George H. Van Stone, Bank Exam iner Santa Fe.
Langdon B.;Gregg, Asst. Bk. Ex.". . . . . S anta Fe.
N . Y .------ . George I. Skinner, Superintendent . .Bainbridge.
F ran k S. Kenyon, F irst D e p u ty ........Adams.
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Guernsey R. Jew ett, 2d D e p u ty ____W hite Plains.
George Ovbrocker, 3d D e p u ty . . . . . . Poughkeepsie.
E dw ard R. Anker, L and & Opinion
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t x P Ierk ■a • • • %;................................. N. Y. City.
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J. Johnson R ay, P rivate S e c re ta ry .. .Norwich.
Geo. V. M cLaughlin, Special D eputy
S u p t.; of Banks, in charge of
Liquidation B ureau ................... : . . 61 Broadway,
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• New Y ork City.
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T- Campbell, Chief E xam iner___ filB r'dw ay.N .Y .C ity
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H. J. Young, Bank E xam iner................ Syracuse.
E . L. Dodge, Bank E x a m in e r............ 61 Broadway,
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New Y ork C ity.
R . W. H um phrey, Bank Exam iner. .61B r’dw ay,N .Y .C ity
G. S. Adams, Bank E xam iner............6 lB r’dw ay,N .Y .C ity
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J- S. Love. Bank E xam iner..................61Br’dw ay,N .Y .C lty
B. D. H aight, B ank E xam iner...........New Berlin.
Howard Cline, Bank E xam iner......... 61 B r’dw ay.N .Y .C ty
Gordon F. Sm ith, Bank E xam iner. . .6 lB r ’dw ay,N .Y .C ity
H. S. Andrews, Bank E xam iner___ 61Br’dw ay,N .Y .C ity
W. A. M acCallum , Bank Exam iner. .R ochester.
Claude H utchins. Bank E x a m in e r,. .586 Ashland Ave,
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Buffalo.
G. A. P lan t, B ank E x am in e r.............Albany.
N.' T . Killip, B ank E xam iner..............Rochester.
p . A. H om e. Bank E xam iner........ .. .61B r’dw ay,N .Y .C ity
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A. B. W heeler, Bank E xam iner. . . . . . 61Br'dw ay,N .Y .O ity
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H -L . Tompkins, Bank E xam iner. . . 61B r'dw ay,N .Y .C ity
J. J. Kennedy, Bank E xam iner........... 61Br’dw ay.N .Y .C ity
Fletcher G. C rane. Chief P rivate
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^ ja n k e r s B u reau .................................. 61Br’dw ay,N .Y .O ity
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V® ?; W. Egbert, Chief Credit Bureau M ariners Harbor.
A. B. McArdee, Bank E xam iner...........61 Broadway,
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B. B. Bullock, B ank E xam iner.......... New York C ity.
A .H . M orey, Bank E xam iner..........B uffalo.
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IfVtag v - Sc» tt, Bank E x am in e r.. . . .N ew York C ity.
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H.- B. Kennedy, Bank E xam iner......... Auburn.
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T. A. Pyterm an, Bank E xam iner........ 61Br’dw ay,N .Y .O ity
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N orm an J. M acdonald, Bk. E xain. .61 B r’w ay.N .Y .O ity
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R alph W. Taylor. Bank E xam iner. . . 61Br’dw ay,N .Y .C ity
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J°b n I. Mesick, B ank E xam iner.......... 61Br’dw ay,N .Y .O ity
F. W. Piderit, Bank E xam iner........... 61Br’dw ay,N .Y .C ity
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P eter N. Shlppee,-Bank E x am in e r.. .Albany.
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N athaniel Orens, Bank E xam iner___ 61Br’dw ay,N .Y .C ity
Benjamin Fairbanks, Jr., Bank E xam .61Br’dw ay,N .Y .C ity
A. J. Van P elt, Bank E xam iner..........61Br’dw ay,N .Y .C ity
J. S. Frazer, Bank E xam iner. . . . . . .Albany.
J. M . Kin n ey, Bank E xam iner.......... Buffalo.
A. H. Snodgrass, Bank E xam iner___61Br’dw ay,N .Y .C itv
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Wm. T. McCaffrey, Bank Exam iner .Syracuse.
A. T. Clark, Bank E xam iner..............Buffalo
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Jo h n C. O’Byrne, B ank E xam iner. . . A lbany/
S. I. C hittenden, Bank E xam iner___61Br’dw ay,N .Y .C ity
G. F. Berger, Jr., Bank E xam iner. . .Buffalo.
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I,- A. Gallagher, Bank Exam iner. .. .61B r’dw ay,N .Y .C ity
E m m et W. Irving, Bank Exam iner .61B r’dw ay,N .Y .C ity
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E dw ard A. D uerr, Bank Exam iner . . Buffalo.
G. R. Hendrickson, Bank Exam iner, 61 B r’dw ay.N .Y .C ity
N . O............ S. A. H ubbard, Bank E x a m in e r... .Raleigh.
W. H. Woolard, Asst. Bk. E xam . . . .Raleigh.
C. W. Cloninger, Bank Exam iner__ Raleigh.
N. D . . . . .J . R. W aters, Bank E xam iner......... Bismarck.
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A. Thorberg, Chief D e p u ty . . . ___Bismarck.
P* E . Halldorson, D ep u ty ..................Bismarck.
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? • A. Engemoen, D e p u ty . . . . . . . ____Steele.
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V* p-M cA m eney, D ep u ty .....................Hansboro.
A. Johannsen, D ep u ty .........................M inot.
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L. R . Buxton, D eputy......................... .Fargo.
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John Bena, D e p p ty ................................Lankin.
Chas. Carpenter, D e p u ty ................... G rafton.
H erm an Scheffer, D eputy. . . . . . . . . . Glen Ullin.
Stangler, D e p u t y , . . . ............Jam estown.
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G ilbert Semlngson, D e p u ty . ______ .M inot.
H. A. N orm an, D e p u ty ........................ Halliday.
O hio...........Philip C. Berg, Superintendent............ Columbus.
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Obendorfer, Asst. S u p t............... Youngstown.
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¿pbn H. Lange, Chief E xam iner........ Portsm outh.
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T . C. M aher, Bank E xam iner........... Greenville.
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S ? ° i8e W alters, Bank Exam iner . . . .Columbus.
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Clyde Sharp, Bank E xam iner..............Ada.
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J. D. Bainer, Bank E xam iner.............Lakewood.
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H, C. Lucas. Bank E xam iner..............Blanchester.
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Jra J. Fulton, B ank E xam iner.............Columbus.
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D udley A. Filler. Bank E x am in er.. .Colum bus.
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D avid Schurr, Bank E xam iner............London.
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Lucius C. T atm an, Bank E xam iner.. P ortsm outh.
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Howard M . Sims, Bank E x a m in e r.. .Colum bus.
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A m M- H hiott, A tty. and Exam iner .Lisbon.
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A. T. Falconer, Bank E xam iner. . . . .E a st Liverpool.
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Y-S;
M organ, Asst. Bk. E x a m in e r.. McConneUsville.
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A. W .P leister, Asst. Bk. E xam iner.. Cardington.
C. R. Blauvelt, Asst. Bk. Exam iner. .Continental.
0 k i**...........J- D . Lankford, Com m issioner.............Oklahoma C ity
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f - Hi Wilson. Asst. Bank Com ........... Oklahom a City.
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M .C . Sutton, Bank E xam iner___ _ _ Oklahoma C itv
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®• T . Bradley .B a n k E xam iner----- - .M cAlester.
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J; vj. Hill, B ank E xam iner.............................. Oklahoma C ity.
S& *v Alexander, Bank E xam iner.. . . Oklahom a City.
,___________W. L. Reed, B ank E x a m in e r.. . . . . . .Ada.


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OkIa.(Con’t)J. F. Buck, B ank E x a m in e r........... .Oklahom a City.
D. A. D uncan, Bank E xam iner........ Oklahom a City.
C. R, Phillips, B ank E xam iner......... Chickasha.
E . W. Slaughter, Bank E xam iner.. . . Clinton.
.A . L. Zumwalt, Bank E xam iner........Ardmore.
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H , T. McWilliams, Bldg, & Loan
■A uditor..... 4 . . , . . , . . . . . . .^.Oklahoma C ity. .
O re............. W ill H. B ennett, Supt. of B a n k s. ; ... Salem.
M arshall Hooper, Asst. Supt. and
‘ E x a m i n e r .... ................. .............. Salem.
H. A. Sonne, E xam iner. . . ........ .. Salem.
P e n n .. . . . . D. F. Lafean, Com m issioner........ .. York.
Jo h n W .M o rrls o n .D e p .c o m ..............Harrisburg.
Jos. S. Riley, B ank E xam iner............... 1528 N . 19th St.,
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Philadelphia.
J. W. M acBurney, Bank E xam iner. . . 5730 LawnsdbwnAv.
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Philadelphia,
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A lbert W agner, Bank E xam iner......... 311 Ferguson Bldg.,
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P ittsburgh.
H . A. G rom an, B ank E xam iner. . . . . . Bethlehem.
P . G. Cameron, Bank E xam iner..........P ittsburgh.
H. R. M oyer, Bank E xam iner.. . . . . Q uakertow n.;
R obt. R. M oore, B ank E xam iner........Bellevue.
Chas! A. Steele, B ank Exam iner . . . . Franklin.
Chas. C avett, B ank E x a m in e r.. . . . . . 2 3 8 4 Bensonia Ave.
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Pittsburgh.'
W. H. Anstm e, Bank E xam iner........ Dallastown.
Thom as Dixon, Bank E xam iner........Philadelphia.
Charles H. Barlow, Bank E xam iner. Wilkes-Barre.
R obert Ostermaier, Bank E x am in e r.436 F ourth Ave,,
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Pittsburgh.
R . P . Ferguson, Bank E xam iner. . . .Charleroi.
J. T . Henry, Bank E xam iner........ .... Blairsville.
F. L. Homsher, Bank E xam iner. . . . . Strasburg.
H arry J . Phillips, Bank E xam iner. . . E tn a Boro.
Geo. H. Wagner," B ank Exam iner........2724 G irard Ave.,
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Philadelphia.
C. H. Graff, B ank E xam iner. . . . . . . . K ittanning.
Wm. M . Boggs, Bank E xam iner. . . . P ittsburgh.
R. I.
.Geo. H. Newhall, C om m issioner.. . . .Providence.
E . J. Littlefield, Dep. Com m issioner. Providence.
W. L. Offer. Bank E xam iner...............Providence.
S. C .. . . . . . Jam es H. Craig, S tate Bk. E x a m . . . . Anderson.
F ; E . W atson, A sst. Bk. E xam iner,. .M arion.
W. W. Bradley,' Asst. Bk. E xam iner. Abbeville.
S. D ..
. John Hirning, Public E xam iner.. . . . . Pierre.
J. F. M cEwen, 1st D ep u ty P ub. Ex. Pierre.
V. R. Sickel, 2d D eputy Pub. E x . . . .Pierre.
F . A. Dudley, E xam iner............ ..
Sioux Falls.
L. H . Sohn, E xam iner...........................H uron.
O. J. Landon, E xam iner...................... W atertow n.
G. C. M organ, B ank E xam iner. . . . .Sum m it.
C. L. Pine, Bank E xam iner............... M itchell.
F. S. Lytle, Bank E xam iner........... .. .Pierre.
C lyde Dunning, Bank E xaminer . . . .Y ankton.
•-J.-B, Shirey; . .. .....................................M cLaughlin.
Tenn.g
.S. S. McConnell, Supt. of B anks. , . .Nashville.
Jno. J. Heflin, Asst. Supt. of Banks .Nashville.
Hom er W. Scott, Bank E xam iner. . .U nion City. S
H- C .C rum bliss, Bank E xam iner........Chattanooga.
Jno. C. Borden, B ank E xam iner........Knoxville.
M eredith F lau tt, Bank Exam iner . . . Nashville.
M oore Blankenship, Bank E xam iner M ilam
l e x a s .. i . . Chas. O. Austin, Insurance and
Banking Com m issioner...................Austin".
C. S. Holderness, D eputy Com .......... Austin.
A. L. Slaughter, Bank E xam iner.........Austin.
J. T. M cM illan, B ank E xam iner. / . . Austin.
D* H* Allday, Bank E xam iner . . . . .A ustin.
EL Q. M cCallon, B ank E x a m in e r... .A ustin,
f* -P* Atkinson, B ank E x a m in e r.. . . .A ustin.
S. A. Longmoor, Bank E xam iner. . . . Austin.
Li. H. Squires. B ank E xam iner. . . . . .A ustin.
J* M aner, Bank E xam iner. . . . . . . Austin.
J. O. Roots, Bank Exam iner .............. Austin.
A. Williams. Bank E xam iner. . . . Austin.
E li M arks, B ank E xam iner,................Austin.
Jo h n S . W ight m an, Bank Exam iner. .Atistin.
Jacob E m bry, B ank E x am in e r. . . . . .A ustin.
K arl H. Word, B ank E xam iner......... Austin.
Geo. P. Sturgis, Bank E xam iner. . . .A ustin,
i * iv* -MeReynolds, B ank E xam iner. Austin.
L E. Chupick, B ank Exam iner . . ..... Austin.
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™aPs’ B ank Commissioner . .S alt Lake City.
Aubrey Tolton, B ank E xam iner........Salt Lake City.
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• F rank C . W^illiams, Bank Com ...........M!ontpelier.
Chas. F. H eath, B ank E xam iner. . . .M ontpelier.
M . Besett, Chief C lerk ............. .M ontpelier.
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Harhsdale, Chief E x a m in e r.. . .R ichm ond. I
J°b n A. Booker, Asst. E x a m in e r.. . .Farm ville.
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G arrett, Asst. E xam iner........ Richmond.
W ash.. . . . . Louis H. Moore, B ank E xam iner. . . . Olympia.
' jF‘J* aim er, D eputy Bk. E x a m .. Hoquiam .
Claude P. H ay, D eputy B k . E xam iner Sultan.
R- B. M otherwell, B ank E xam iner. .Aberdeen.
H upP. D eputy Bk. E xam iner;. Oakesdale.
E d ith Hopp, S ecretary..........................Olympia.
Frances Brewster, Asst. S ecretary. .. Olympia
W. V a ... .. .8. P . Smith, Commissioner of Banking Charleston.
Amos Bright, Asst. Commissioner
r, of ? ? n£Hng,-; • • ............................. Sutton.
Ceo. M . Weekley, Asst. Com ...............Pennsboro.
Co? 1*: • ............... H untington.
Wis.
• -A lbert E . K uolt. Com m issioner__ __ . Kenosha.
W -H . Richards, Dep. Com ............. .. .BlackRlvm r Falls.
§.• W. Farlin, B ank E x a m in e r.. . . . . Madison.
R ; N. Nelson B ank E x a m in e r.. . . . .A m herst Junction.
Thos. Herreld, Bank E x a m in e r., . . .Blair.
Chas. T . Shape, B ank E xam iner.. . . . M ilwaukee.
C. F. Schwenker, Bank E x a m in e r__ E au Claire.
H . E . Stedm an, B ank E x am in e r.. . . . Berlin.
B urne Pollock, Bldg. & Loan E x am .. .Lancaster.
A. R. Em erson, B ank E xam iner___.Belm ont.
Geo D Luscher, B ank E x a m in e r.. .M ilwaukee.
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B. M . Backus, B ank E xam iner____.M adison.
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H Kowalke, Bank E x a m in e r.. . K aukauna.
Wy o . . . . .L C. Newlin, B ank E x a m in e r.. . . . . .Cheyenne.
Y , • Dickinson, B ank E xam iner___Cheyenne.
A- L- P utnam , Asst. B ank Exam iner Cheyenne.
J . A. G uthrie, Asst. Bk. E xam iner . . Cheyenne.

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Fünf................. .
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A cht...................
Neun...................
Zehn...................
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Zwölf...................
Dreizehn.............
Vierzehn.............
Fünfzehn............
Sechzehn.. . . . . . .
Siebzehn....... .
Achtzehn............
Neunzehn... . . . .
Zwanzig..............
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Dreiszig..............
Vierzig...............
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Uno.....................
Dos.....................
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Cuatro................
Cinco...................
Seis.....................
Siete ...................
Ocho...................
Nueve.................
D iez...................
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Doce...................
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Catorce...............
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Diez y seis..........
Diez y siete........
Diez y ocho........
Diez y nueve. . . .
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Cuarenta............
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Quattordici........
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Diciassette..........
Diciotto..............
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Vent’uno.............
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Doue, M. Duas, F
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Seis.....................
Sete.....................
Outo...................
Nove...................
Dez.....................
Onze...................
Doze...................
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Quatorze.............
Quinze.................
Dezaseis..............
Dezasette............
Dezocto..............
Dezaneve............
Viete...................
Vinte hum..........
Trinta.................
Quarenta............
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Elf.......................
Twaalf................
Dertien...............
Veertien..............
Vyftien...............
Zestien...............
Zeventien............
Achtien...............
Negentien.. . . . . .
Twmtig...............
Enen Twintig . . .
Dertig.................
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Vyftig.................

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Dba.....................
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Tschetire............
Piat.....................
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Votem.................
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D esat.................
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Cheterinazat. . . .
Paznatzat...........
Schesnadzat.......
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VnflfimnA.t.*fl.t
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Soixante............. Sechzig............... Sesenta.............. Sessanta.............. Secenta............... Zestig.................. Schestdesat........
Soixante-dix . . Siebenzig............ Setenta............... Settanta.............. Setenta............... Zeventig............. Rfimdfisflt.

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At night............ A v u e.................
After night . ........ A jours de vue...
After d a te.......... A jours de d ate..
Pay to the order. Payez a l’ordre ..
Ijpromise to pay.
With interest..,.. Avec interets.. . .


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GERMAN.

Achtzig...............
Neunzig.............
Hundert..............
Tausend.............
Tag.....................
Woche.................
Monat.................
Jahr.....................
Nach Sicht, or bei
Vorzeigung.
A vista..............
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Nach Dato, or
nach Heute.
Für mich, or uns
an die Ordre.
Werde ich, or werden wir bezahlen
Mit Zinzen........

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C ien...................
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Mes.....................
Ano.....................
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Anno...................
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A .. dias fecha ... Dopo dato......... A ..diasdata . . . Dagen na dato... Gato................... Efter dato.......... Fr&n dato...........
A la orden.......... Pagate al l'ordine Pagase a.ordern.. Voor my aan de Nlat it order. . . . Behag at betale Behagar att betaorder.
til odre.
la till ordre.
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V A L U E S O F F O R E IG N COIN S
T reasury Depa rtm en t , Of f ic e of th e S ecretary ,
W ashington, D . C„ July 1 ,19i8

in pursuance of the provisions of section 25 of the act of August 27,1894, I hereby proclaim the following
estimate by the Director of the Mint of the values of pure metal contents of foreign coins to be the values of
such coins in terms of the money of Account of the United States, to be followed in estimating the value of all
foreign merchandise exported to the United States during the quarter beginning July 1, 1918, expressed in
any such metallic currencies.
Entries of merchandise liquidated upon the values proclaimed herein will be subject to reliquidation upon
the order of the Secretary of the Treasury whenever satisfactory evidence shall be produced to him showing
that the values in United States currency of the foreign money specified in the invoices were at the date of
certification at least ten per centum more or less than the values herein proclaimed.

v

L. S. ROWE, Acting Secretary.

Values of Foreign Coins
Value in
of
Legal Standard. Monetary Un it . Terms
R em arks .*
Ü.S.
Money.
Gold____ —
Peso____________ $0.9648 Currency: Depreciated paper, convertible at 44 per cent
of face value; exchange rate about $0.4475.
GoId___ . . __ K rone__________
.2026 Greatly depreciated; no quotation.
.1930 Member of Latin Union; gold is the actual standard.
Gold and silver__ Franc___________
Gold
_____ J- Boliviano
.3893 124- bolivianos equal 1 pound sterling.
Milreis Gold........ ..
.5462 Currency: Government paper. Exchange rate about
25.45 cents to the milreis.
Gold
Pound
sterling___
4.8665
British Colonies in Austra­
lasia and Africa.
Gold
D ollar......
1.0000
Central American States:
Gold
_____ Colon______ ____
.4653 Exchange rate $0.25=1 colon.
Gold
Dollar —
1.0000 Gold
Cordoba
1.0000 • Exchange
rate $1.00=1.01 cordobas.
G u atem ala: C urrency, in co n v er tib le pap er, e xch an ge rate a b o u t 1 0 .4 0 .
Guatemala__________ )
H on du ras: C urrency, ban k no te s; e xch ange r ate a b ou t $ 0.55.
SilverPeso____________
.7234
Salvador ....
. _1
Salvador: Currency, bank notes convertible into ailver on demand; exchange rate
'Ohile
Gold. _ - ___ Peso... ..
.3650
about $0.40.
Currency: Inconvertible paper; exchange rate, about
A m o y __
1.1859
$0.33.
Canton__ 1.1823
Cheefoo__ 1.1342
Chin Kiang 1.1585
Fuchau__
1.0970
H a i k w a n 1.2066
(customs).
Hankow__ 1.1096
The tael is a unit of weight; not. a coin, The
Tael— Kiaochow. 1.1492
customs unit is the Haikwan tael. The values of
Nankin__
1.1735
other taels are based on their relation to the value
Silver.... -. .......<
Niuchwang 1.1121
of the Haikwan tael.
1.1402
Ningpo__
The Yuan silyer dollar of 100 cents is the monetary
Peking___ 1.1561
unit of the Chinese Republic: it is equivalent to
Shanghai.. 1.8032
.644+ of the Haikwan tael.
Swatow__ 1.0955
Takau___
1.1934
Tientsin— 1.1492
(■Yuan'
.7771
Î Dollar
.7800
Dollar <
1 British_
Hongkong.
_
.7800
.7857
flolomhia
_ . .. . .... Gold_____ ____ Dollar
.9733 Currency: Government paper and gold: exchange rate,
about $1.02 to 1 gold peso.
Onha...................... ................ . Gold___
1. 0000'
Denmark ..
Gold_____ _.
.2680 Exchange rate $0.312=1 krone.
Ecuador...... _ .. ... ....
Gold— ..—
Sucre
.4867
Gold
Pound (100 piasters) 4.9431 The actual standard is the British pound sterling, which
is legal tender for 974- piasters.
Finland
.... . .
Gold— ................... Markka.
.1930 Exchange rate $0.15=1 markka.
........................... Gold and silver»*— Franc
Franco
.1930- Member Of Latin Union; gold is the actual standard.
Exchange value $0.1754.
German Empire _ — .. G o ld --..... ............ Mark
.2382 Greatly depreciated; no quotation.
Great Britain __
Gold___________
4.8665 Exchange value $4,7525.
Greece....
Gold and silver__
.1930 Member of Latin Union; gold is the actual standard.
Haiti ....... .
Gold
v.2500 Currency: Inconvertible paper; exchange rate, approxi­
mately,! $0.183.
India (British)
_ ..
Gold___
.3244 (15 rupeejs equal 1 pound sterling.) Exch. rate $0.3573.
Tndn-f!hina.
.. . Silver
,7812
Italy- - -....................... . Gold and silver—
.1930 Member of Latin Union; gold is the actual standard.
Exchange value $0.112.
Japan ...... .
Gold
.4985 Exchange value $0.5275.
Liberia __ Gold—
_
1.0000* Currency: Depreciated silver token coins. Customs
duties áre collected in gold.
Mexico ................................. . Gold ........ .
.4985 Exchangé value $0.61..
Netherlands.......... ..... .... Gold
.4020 Exchange value $0.51.
Guilder (Florin)—
Newfoundland .. __ . . . Gold________
1.0000 Norway
....... _ . __ Gold...........
.2680 Exchanges rate $0.3175 = 1 krone. 1
Panamá_
Gold-- _ — ...... .
1.0000.
Gold- - ____
Paraguay________ __
.9648 Currency: Depreciated Paraguayan paper, conversion
Peso (Argentine)..
ra te ahQnt 3,500 n er cent..
^
_
— — 1.
G old"T959“ ] Currency: Silver circulating above its metallic value;
P ersia________________ [ Silver
Kran
.1332 J exchange value of silver kran, approximately, $0.179.
Pern
_______
Gold .
4.8665 Exchange rale about $5.46.
Philippine Islands _
Gold .................. —
.5000
Portugal
Gold......... ......... _
1.0805 Currency: Inconvertible paper; exchange rate about
$0.61.
Ronmania - . . ......... . Gold
.1930
Russia
Gold
.5146 Exchange rate $0.15=1 ruble (nominal).
Santo Domingo............
Gold
1.0000
Serbia . ..
Gold
.1930
Siam _
. .. ..........
Gold
.3709
Spain
.._ .. . ........... Gold and silver__
.1930 Valuation is for gold peseta; currency is notes ofdhe
bank of Spain, exchange value, approximately, $0.275.
Straits Settlements . . ..
Gold.............. ..
.5678
Sweden.. __
Gold
.2680 Exchange rate $0.35=1 krona.
Switzerland
.. . .. Gold ............ .
.1930 Member of Latin Union; gold is the actual standard.
Exchange value $0.253.
T urkey. __
Gold___ ............... Piaster _ ..
.0440 100 piasters equal to the Turkish £.
Uruguay . . .
.
Gold
1.0342 Exchange rate $1.00=0.822 peso.
Venezuela .
_
' Gold....................... Bolivar _____ M __
.1930 Exchange rate about $0.2275.________
1 The exchange rates shown under this heading are recent New York quotations and are given merely as an indication of the
values of currencies which are fluctuating in their relation to legal standards.
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C L E A R IN G H O U S E S IN T H E U N IT E D S T A T E S A N D C A N A D A
T he follow ing C ities and Tow ns have Bank Clearing H ouse A ssociations.
T h e officers of each A ssociation m ay be easily foun d by referring to th e n am e of th e City or Town in
th e B ank L ist im m ediately follow ing th e Banks.
* before n am e of city in th is list d en otes Clearing H ouse exam in ation.
* before a bank’s n am e in th e Bank lis t in dicates th a t it is a m em ber of its local Clearing H ouse.
Aberdeen, S. D.---------Adrian, Mich.-----------Akron, Ohio___ —----Albany, Ga----- ---------Albany, N. Y.-----------Albany, Ore. _----------Altoona, Pa--------------Amarillo, T e x ...— —
Ann Arbor, Mich.------ Asheville, N. C.-------- -.
Atchison, K ans..... .......
Atlanta, G a._________
Augusta, Ga_________
Aurora, 111.--------------Austin, Tex._________
Bakersfield, Cal.______
Baltimore. Md. . . . . . . . . .
Bangor, M e._________
Bartlesville, Okla.____
Bay City, Mich.___ _—
Beaumont, T ex .______
Bellingham, W ash.___
Billings, Mont. ......—
Binghamton, N. Y.-----Birmingham, Ala._____
Bismarck, N. D . _____
Bloomington, 111.------Boise, Ida.__________
Boston, Mass________
Bowling Green, K y.__
Brandon, Man... . . . ___
Brantford, Ont.______
Brookfield, Mo.____ _
Brunswick, Ga----------Buffalo, N .Y ________
Butler, P a.._________
Oalgary, Alberta_____
Canton, O hio_____ ....
Cape Girardeau, M o,...
Cedar Rapids, Iowa___
Charleston, S. 0 ______
Charlotte, N. C—____
Chattanooga, Tenn.___
Gheraw, S. C.________
Chester, P a .____ ____
Chester, S. C ._______
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Ohillicothe. Mo.______
Cincinnati, Ohio______
¿Cleveland, Ohio_____
Coeur d’Alene, Ida.___
Colo. Spgs., Colo...___
Columbia, S. 0 ---- i __ _
Columbus, Ga._______
¿Columbus, Ohio _____
Connellsville, Pa.--.~~.
Cordele Ga. ...______ l

¿Los Angeles, Cal_____
¿Louisville, K y..___ __
Lowell, Mass___ _____
Lynchburg, Ya._______

Grand Rapids, Mich.
Greensboro, N. C.
Greensburg, P a .___
Greenville, S. 0 ____
Guthrie, Okla._____

Macon, G a.__________
Mansfield, Ohio______
Mason City, l a . __:___
McAlester, O kla._____
Medford Ore._______
Medicine Hat, Alta. ___
Memphis, Tenn.______
¿Milwaukee, Wis._____
¿Minneapolis, Minn.. —
Minot, N. D._____ -___
Mobile, Ala.__________
Montclair, N. J . . _____
Montgomery, Ala._____
Montreal, Quebec_____
Moose Jaw, Sask._____
Muncie, Ind._________
Muscatine, la.._______
¿Muskogee, Okla._____

Hagerstown, Md.__
Halifax,Nova Scotia..
Hamilton, Ohio____
Hamilton, Ontario...
Hammond, In d .___
Hannibal, Mo.......
Harrisburg, Pa.____
Hartford, Conn.____
Hawkinsville, G a.. . .
Helena, A rk......___
Helena, M ont....___
Henderson, Ky.------Holyoke, Mass.____
Homestead, Pa.____
Houston, Tex._____

Dallas, Tex__________
Danville, 111__________
Davenport, Io w a _____
Dayton, Ohio . . . __ . . . .
Decatur, 111.____ ____
Denver, Colo__ --------Des Moines, Iow a____
Detroit, Mich________
Dothan, Ala_________
Dublin, Ga.______ ___
Dubuque, Iow a___ ___
Duluth, Minn.____ ___ Indianapolis, Ind.......
Edmonton, Alta.______
Elberton, Ga.------------El Paso, T ex..._______
Emporia, Kan._______
Ennis. Tex.__________
Erie, P a . . . . . . . . ; _____ _
Estherville, l a . _______
Eugene, Ore_________
Evansville, Ind..______

Jackson, Mich.____
Jacksonville, Fla___
Jacksonville, 111......
Johnstown, Pa.____
Joplin, Mo.____ . . . .

¿Nashville. Tenn._____
Nebraska City, Neb.__
New Albany, In d .____
New Bedford,Mass.___
New Brighton, P a .___
New Castle, Pa. ________ r .
New Haven, Conn.____
New nan, Ga._________
¿New Orleans, La.____
Newport News, V *----¿New York, N. Y_____
Norfolk, Va.________ _
Norristown, Pa.______
North Yakima, W ash...

Kalamazoo, Mich. ...
Kansas City, Kan__
¿Kansas City, M o.__
Knoxville, T enn.__

Pall River, Mass._____
Fargo, N. D._________ _ Lancaster, P a..____
Flint, Mich.__________ Lansing, Mich.,____
Fort Wayne, Ind.__ . . . j La Salle, 111.-..........
Fort Worth, Tex._____ ; Lawrence, Kan.____
Franklin, P a .___ ____ Lawton, Okla______
Frederick, Md. . . . . __ L" Lebanon, P a ....____
Fremont, N eb...._____ Lethbridge. Alta.__
Fresno, Cal._______ __ Lewistown, Mont.__
Lexington, Ky------- Gainesville, F la .. . . ___ Lima, Ohio______
Galveston, Tex.______ Lincoln, Neb.____ .
Gary, I n d .. .. .. .. _____ Little Rock, Ark.__
Grand Forks, N. D___ London, Ontario.......
Grand Island, Nebr.__ Long Beach, Cal.__
Grand J unction. Colo... Lorain, O h i o . . ___

Oakland, Cal.________
Ocala, Fla----------------Ogden, Utah_________
Oil City, P a._________
¿Oklahoma, Okla._____
Omaha, N e b . ____ ___
Orange, N. J . . ____ ___
Osage, l a . ___ \_______
Oshkosh, Wis._______
Ottawa, Ontario______ _

24

Owensboro, K y..............
Palestine, Tex.
__
Parsons, Kans.
Parts. Kv.
Passaic, N. J . _________
Pasadena, Cal..
Pensacola, Fla.
Peoria. 111..
¿Philadelphia, Pa.
Pine Bluff, A rk...............
Pittsburg. K a n .____
Pittsburgh, Pa._______
Portland. Me_____
¿Portland, Ore._______
Providence, R. I.
Pueblo. Colo..
.......
Quebec. Quebec _
Quincy, Til____ .. .
Raleigh, N. C.
Reading, Pa.
Regina, Sask. . . ...
Reno. Nev.
____ _
Richmond. Va. J . . _
Ritzville, Wash. _
Rochester, N. Y ._____
Rockford. Ill___
Rome, Ga.
___
Roswell, N. M
Sacramento, Cal.
Saginaw, M ich._______
Saint John, N. B.
¿Saint Joseph, Mo.
¿Saint Louis, M o .___
¿Saint Paul, Minn.____
Salisbury. N. 0. __
Salt Lake City, Utah
San Antonio, T e x ...—
San Diego, Cal._______
San Francisco, Cal.____
San .Tose, Cal.
Santa Monica, Cal.____
Santa Rosa, Cal....
Saskatoon, Sask. ____
Savannah, Ga.
Scranton, Pa_________

Seattle, W ash._____
Sedalia. Mo. .
Sioux City, Iowa____
Sioux Falls, S. D___
South Bend,Ind.____
Spartanburg, S. 0 .__
Springfield, 111. ...___
Springfield, Mass__
Springfield, M o.____
Springfield, Ohio.
Stockton. Cal. _
Superior, Wis.
Syracuse. N. Y__
Tacoma, W ash.___
Tampa, Fla....... —___
Texarkana, Ark.____
Toledo, Ohio .
Topeka, Kan.
Toronto, Ontario —U
Trenton, N. J . .
Tulsa. O kla..
Valdosta. Ga. ____
Vancouver, Br.Col—
Vicksburg, M iss.___
Victoria, Br. Col. —
Vidalia. Ga_____
Waco, Tex.
Washington, D. C.__
W ashington, G a.___
W aterbury, Conn.__
W aterloo, la.
Wheeling, W. Va.___
Wichita, K a n .-------W ilkesbarre, Pa. . . _
Williamsport, P a.___
Wilmington, Del.___
Wilmington, N. C.__
Winona, Minn,
W orcester, Mass.___
York, P a.-------------- Youngstown, O hio.—
Zanesville. Ohio____

FEDERAL RESERVE BANK INFORM ATIO N

FEDERAL RESERVE BOARD
(All pnem bers in W a sh in g to n , D. C., d u r in g te r m of office)

W I L L I A M G. M ’ADOO, C hairm an (ex-officio)
FREDERIC A. DELANO, Chicago, *
(1920)

W. P. G. HARDING, Birmingham, Ala.,
Governor, (1922)

C H A R L E S S. HAMLIN, Boston, Mass.,
(1920)

Vice-Governor
A D O L P H C. MILLER, San Francisco, Cal.,
(1924)

J O H N S K E L T O N W I L L I A M S (ex-officio).

H. P A R K E R WILLIS, Secretary

L. C. ADELSON, Assistant Secretary.

FEDERAL ADVISORY COUNCIL—(1918)
J. B. FORGAN, Chicago, District No. 7
F R A N K O. WATTS, St. Louis, District No. $
J. R. MITCHELL, St. Paul, District No. 9
E. F. SWINNEY, Kansas City, District No. 10
E. P. W I L M O T , Austin, District No. 11
H E R B E R T FLEISHHACKER, San Francisco,
District No. 12

DANIEL G. WING, Boston, District No. 1
J. P. M O R G A N , New York, District No. 2
LEVI L. RUE, Philadelphia, District No. 3
W. S. ROWE, Cincinnati, District No. 4
J. W. N O R W O O D , Greenville, S. CL, District
No. 5
C. A. LYERLY, Chattanooga, District No. 6

D IS T R IC T No. 1—B an k L ocated a t B o sto n

(T ra n s it N u m b e r 5 - 1 )

T E R R IT O R Y IN D IST R IC T —Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, M assachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut,
except Fairfield County. Membership; N ational Banks 391 ; •State Banks 24.
DIRECTORS, CLASS A
THOMAS P. BEAL (1920),
B o s to n

D IRECTO RS, CLASS B
E. R. M ORSE (1919),

B o s to n

Chairman of Board and Federal Reserve
Agent

P r o c to r, V e rm o n t

THOMAS W. FARNAM (1919),
N ew H a v e n , C onn.

A. M. H EARD (1918).

D IR ECTO RS, CLASS C
F R E D E R IC H. CURTISS (1920),
RUSSELL B. SPEAR,
Assistant Federal Reserve Agent

C. G. W ASHBURN (1918),
W o rc e ste r, M a s s .

ALLEN HOLLIS (1918),
C o n c o rd , N . H .

Deputy Chairman

M a n c h e s te r, N . H .

O FFIC ER S
CHARLES A. MORSS,

C. E. SPEN CER, JR .,

C H E ST E R C , BU LLEN

Governor

Deputy Governor

Cashier

A SSISTANT CA SHIERS
W ILLIAM W IL L E TT ,
L. WALLACE SW EETSER,

W ILLIAM N. KENYON,
FRA NK W. CHASE,

ER N E ST M. LEAVITT.
HARRY A. SAUNDERS,

HARRY F. C U R R IER
Auditor

RESOURCES

L IA B IL IT IE S
C a p ita l p a id i n . .......... ................

$ 6 ,4 7 4 .0 0 0
75 .0 0 0

S u r p l u s ................................... ..................

3 .2 7 7 ,0 0 0

G o v e rn m e n t d e p o s its ........................ .....................

, 2 6 ,7 2 7 ,0 0 0

, F e d e ra l R e s e rv e n o te s in a c tu a l c irc u la tio n .

109.955 .0 0 0

D u e to o th e r F e d e ra l R e s e rv e b a n k s —n e t . .

T O T A L L I A B I L I T I E S ................. ..
X


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$ 2 ,7 5 1 ,0 0 0
6 6 .3 7 5 .0 0 0
1.513.000
6 2 .5 4 5 .0 0 0
2 .3 0 3 .0 0 0
2 .5 3 9 .0 0 0

8 9 .2 9 1 .0 0 0

D u e t o m e m b e rs —re s e rv e a c c o u n t . . . . . . . . .
C o lle c tio n it e m s .........................................................

A ll o th e r lia b ilitie s .....................................................

G o ld c o in a n d c e rtific a te s in v a u l t .
G o ld s e ttle m e n t f u n d ...........................
G o ld w ith fo re ig n a g e n c ie s .................
G o ld w ith F e d e r a l R e s e rv e A g e n t,
G o ld re d e m p tio n f u n d . . . . . . . . . . .
L e g a l te n d e r n o te s , s ilv e r, e t c .........

.

T o t a l r e s e r v e .........................................
B ills d is c o u n te d —m e m b e r s . . . . . . . . . .
B ills b o u g h t in o p e n m a r k e t ....................
U . S . G o v . lo n g - te r m s e c u ritie s . . . . . .
U . S . G o v . s h o r t- te r m s e c u r i t i e s ..........
D u e fro m F e d e ra l R e s e r v e b a n k s — n e t
U n c o lle c te d it e m s ......................................... ,
A ll o th e r re s o u r c e s ............ .........................

1,762 ,0 0 0
732 ,0 0 0

$ 2 3 8 ,2 9 3 ,0 0 0

TO TA L RESO URCES

25

$ 1 3 8 ,0 2 6 ,0 0 0
4 5 .8 4 4 .0 0 0
2 0 .3 3 6 .0 0 0
6 1 6 ,0 0 0

1,fi16.000

3 2 ,0 5 5 ,0 0 0
$ 2 3 8 ,2 9 3 ,0 0 0

FEDERAL RESERVE BANK INFORM ATIO N
D IS T R IC T No. 2—B a n k L ocated a t New Y ork C ity.

(T ra n s it N u m b e r 1-120)

T E R R IT O R Y IN D IS T R IC T —The S tate of New York and the following counties in New Jersey: Bergen, Essex,
Hudson, H unterdon, Middlesex, Monmouth, Morris. Passaic, Somerset, Sussex, Union, and W arren and the County of
Fairfield, Connecticut. M embership: N ational Banks 621 ; S tate Banks 72.
D IRECTO RS, CLASS B
H E N R Y R. TOW NE, (1919)

D IR ECTO RS, CLASS A
W ILLIAM WOODWARD, (1919)

D IRECTO RS, CLASS C
P IE R R E JAY. (1919)
N . Y . C ity

N . Y . C ity

N . Y . C ity

Chairman of Board and Federal Reserve
Agent

WM. B. THOM PSON. (1920)

RO BERT H. TREM A N , (1920)

GEORGE F. PEABODY, (1918)

Y o n k e rs , N . Y .

I th a c a , N . Y .

L a k e G e o rg e , N . Y .

Deputy Chairman of Board

L. R. PALM ER, (1918)

FRA NK LIN D. LOCKE, (1918)

w.

C ro to n -o n -H u d s o n , N . Y .

B u ffa lo , N . Y .

N . Y . C ity

O FFIC ER S
RO BERT H. TREM A N .
LOUIS F. SAILER.

BEN JA M IN STRONG.

Deputy Governor, Counsel and Secretary

ED W IN R. KENZEL,

LA W REN CE G. H EN D R IC K S,

Manager of Investments

Cashier

Deputy Governor

JAM ES F. CURTIS,

Deputy Governor

Deputy Governor

Governor

J. H E R B E R T CASE,

L. SAUNDERS, (1920)

D U D LEY H . BARROWS
Assistant Secretary

Assistant Cashiers: JO SEPH D. H IG G IN S, A. W. GILBART, G. E. CH A PIN , J. W. JONES, A. J. LINS.
W. B. M ATTESON. L. R. ROUNDS, L W ARD W ATERS and JO H N E. RAASCH
RAY M . G ID N EY ,
HOWARD M. JEFFER SO N ,
Auditor

Assistant Federal Reserve Agent

RESOURCES

L IA B IL IT IE S

G o ld co in a n d c e rtific a te s in v a u l t ................$302,525,000
G o ld s e ttle m e n t f u n d ................................... ..
140,617,000
5 ,5 7 9 ,0 0 0
G o ld w ith fo re ig n a g e n c ie s ..............................
G o ld w ith F e d e r a l R e s e r v e a g e n t . . . . . . . . t 2 4 6 ,0 6 6,000
G o ld r e d e m p tio n f u n d .........................................
12,500,000
L e g a l te n d e r n o te s , silv e r, e t c ............................. 4 3 ,8 9 6 ,0 0 0

C a p i ta l p a id i n .....................................................19,786,000

t ..................... / / : . ' ......................................

6 4 9 ,0 0 0

G o v e r n m e n t d e p o s it s ................................................ .*.......................

5 5 ,0 7 3 ,0 0 0

S u r p l u s .................

D u e to m e m b e rs — re s e rv e a c c o u n t............................................... 6 3 6 ,7 2 0 ,0 0 0
C o lle c tio n i t e m s ............. ......................................................................

63,838,000

D u e to o th e r F e d e ra l R e s e rv e b a n k s — n e t ................. ...........

5 ,3 0 8 ,0 0 0

O th e r d e p o s its , in c lu d in g fo re ig n G o v e rn m e n t c r e d i t s . . . .

1 1 0,426,000

T o t a l r e s e r v e ..................................................
B ills d is c o u n te d — m e m b e r s ...............................
B ills b o u g h t in o p e n m a r k e t ............................
U . S . G o v e r n m e n t lo n g -te rm s e c u ritie s . . .
U . S . G o v e r n m e n t s h o r t- te r m s e c u ritie s . .
D u e fro m F e d e r a l R e s e rv e b a n k s — n e t . . . .
U n c o lle c te d i t e m s .................................................
A ll o th e r r e s o u rc e s ...................... ..

F e d e ra l R e s e rv e n o te s in a c tu a l c irc u la tio n ........................ .. 5 4 6 ,7 0 7 ,0 0 0
A ll o th e r li a b ilitie s ...............................................................................
T O T A L L IA B IL IT IE S

6,20 1 ,0 0 0

$ 1 .4 3 9 ,4 0 0 ,0 0 0

$ 7 5 1 ,1 8 3 ,0 0 0
3 8 3 .3 0 3 .0 0 0
123.458.000
1.549.000
4 .4 8 7 .0 0 0
7 .0 1 8 .0 0 0
1 6 8 .4 0 2 .0 0 0

TO TAL RESO URCES

D IS T R IC T No. 3—B a n k L o cated a t P h ila d e lp h ia .

$ 1 ,4 3 9 ,4 0 0 ,0 0 0

(T ra n sit N u m b e r 3-4)

T E R R IT O R Y IN D IST R IC T —Delaware, the following counties of New Jersey: A tlantic, Burlington, Camden,
Cape M ay, 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 632; State Banks 16.
D IRECTO RS, CLASS B
D IRECTO RS, CLASS A
D IRECTO RS, CLASS C
R ICH A RD L. AUSTIN, (1920)
JOS. WAYNE, JR ., (1920)
ALBA B. JOHNSON. (1919)
P h ila d e lp h ia

P h ila d e lp h ia

P h ila d e lp h ia

W ILLIAM H. PEC K , (1918)

E D W IN S. STUART, (1920)

S c ra n to n , P a .

P h ila d e lp h ia

M. J. M U RPH Y, (1919)

H E N R Y B. THOM PSON, (1919)
W ilm in g to n , D e l.

GEORGE W. F. GAUNT. (1918)

N e w Y o rk C ity

Chairman of Board and Federal Reserve
Agent

M u llic a H ill, N . J .

Deputy Chairman of Board

CHAS. C. HARRISON, (1918)
P h ila d e lp h ia

O FFIC E R S
W ILLIA M H. H U TT ,
W ILLIA M A. DYER,

E. P. PASSMORE,

Deputy Governor

Governor

Cashier

C. A. M cILH EN N Y ,

JA M ES M. TOY,

Assistant Cashier

Assistant Cashier

THOMAS GAMON, Jr..
Assistant Cashier

W. J. DAVIS,
Assistant Cashier

RESOURCES
G o ld c o in a n d c e rtific a te s in v a u l t . ; . ;
. . . . $ 9 ,2 3 3 ,0 0 0
G o ld s e tt le m e n t f u n d ............................................... 3 2 ,0 7 4 ,0 0 0
G o ld w ith fo re ig n a g e n c i e s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1,132,000
G o ld w ith F e d e r a l R e s e rv e a g e n t...................... 9 4 ,2 5 1 ,0 0 0
G o ld r e d e m p tio n f u n d . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3 ,0 0 0 ,0 0 0
L e g a l te n d e r n o te s , s ilv e r, e tc ............I ................
3 9 4 ,0 0 0

L IA B IL IT IE S
C a p ita l p a id i n . . . . ................. .................... 6,93 9 ,0 0 0
G o v ern m en t d e p o s i t s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . i . . . . . . . .
D u e to m e m b e rs — re s e rv e a c c o u n t .

,

,

3 ,7 7 4 ,0 0 0

.......... .. * . / . . . . . . . . . .

8 9 ,9 6 3 ,0 0 0

T o t a l r e s e r v e ......................................
.
B ills d is c o u n te d —m e m b e r s '/ / / / . . . . . / . . . . . .
B ills b o u g h t in o p e n m a r k e t .................................
U . S . G o v e r n m e n t lo n g -te rm s e c u ritie s . . . ’
U . S. G o v e r n m e n t s h o r t- te r m s e c u r itie s ...
D u e f ro m F e d e r a l R e s e r v e b a n k s — n e t . . . . . .
U n c o lle c te d i t e m s .....................
;
A ll o th e r r e s o u r c e s . T . . . T

C o lle c tio n i t e m s ...................................................................................... 2 9 ,3 6 5 ,0 0 0
F e d e ra l R e s e rv e n o te s in a c tu a l c i r c u la t io n .. . . . /V . .

. . 141,6 7 5 ,0 0 0

D u e to o th e r F e d e ra l R e s e rv e b a n k s — n e t . . . . . . . . . ............ • '1,266,00p

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TOTAL R E S O U R C E S ................ $ 2 7 1 ,7 1 6 ,0 0 0

. . . .$ 2 7 1 ,7 1 6 ,0 0 0

26

$ 1 4 0 ,0 8 4 ,0 0 0
5 5 ,0 1 5 ,0 0 0
19.944*000
1,747,000
5,6.58,000
6 ,0 3 8 ,0 0 0
4 3 ,1 4 0 ,0 0 0
9 0 ,0 0 0

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D IS T R IC T No. 4—B a n k L o cated a t C leveland.

(T ra n s it N u m b e r 6-1)

T E R R IT O R Y IN D IST R IC T —S tate of Ohio, all th a t p art of Pennsylvania west of the eastern boundaries of the
following counties: Warren, Forest, Jefferson, Indiana, and Somerset, th e counties of Marshall, Ohio, Brooke, Tyler,
Wetzel, and Hancock in the State of W est Virginia, and all th a t p art of the S tate of K entucky located east of the
western boundary of the following counties: Boone, G rant, Scott, V^oodford, Jessamine Garrard, Lincoln, Pulaski, and
McCreary. Membership: N ational Banks 746; S tate Banks 29.
D IRECTO RS, CLASS B
THOS. A . COMBS, (1920)

D IRECTO RS, CLASS A
R O B ER T W ARDROP, (1920)

P itt s b u r g h

P itts b u r g h

L e x in g to n , K y .

W. S. ROWE, (1919)

R. P. W R IG H T, (1919)

C in c in n a ti

D IR ECTO RS, CLASS C
DAVID C. W ILLS, (1920)
Chairman of Board and Federal Reserve
Agent

LYMAN H. TREADW AY, (1919'

E rie , P a .

C le v e la n d , O .

Deputy Chairman of Board

JO H N STAMBAUGH. (1918)

S. B. RA N K IN . (1918)

C o lu m b u s , O .

O FFIC ERS
ED W IN BAXTER,

E. R. FANCHER,
Governor

Cashier

H. F. STRA TER,

W. F. TAYLOR,

Assistant Cashier

Assistant Cashier .

CINCINNATI BRANCH.

R. B. BA R RETT,

Manager

Cashier

Assistant Cashier

F. J. ZU R LIN D EN ,
Assistant Cashier

JO H N P . H . BREW STER,
Assistant Cashier

(Transit N um ber 8-28)

GEORGE D E CAMP,

THOS. C. GRIGGS,

Manager

Cashier

R . B . M E L L O N , C H A S . W . B R O W N , J A M E S D . G A L L E R Y , T . H . G IVETN , G E O R G E D E C A M P , P itt s b u r g h , P a .

RESOURCES

L IA B ILITIES

G o ld c o in a n d c e rtific a te s in v a u l t ..................... $ 3 1 ,2 9 1 ,0 0 0
G o ld s e ttle m e n t f u n d ................................................ 2 6 ,9 4 8 ,0 0 0
G o ld w ith fo reig n a g e n c ie s ...................................
1,455,000
G o ld w ith F e d e r a l R e s e r v e a g e n t . ..................... ................................................1 0 7 ,8 7 6 ,0 0 0
G o ld re d e m p tio n f u n d ..............................................
8 5 5 ,0 0 0
L e g a l te n d e r n o te s , s ilv e r, e t c . ..........................
3 6 3 ,0 0 0

C a p ita l p a id i n ............. ' . . . .................................................................. $ 8 ,5 5 6 ,0 0 0
G o v e rn m e n t d e p o s its ............................................................................
D u e to m e m b e rs — re s e rv e a c c o u n t.................................. ..

5 5 3,000
116,446,000

C o lle c tio n it e m s . . ; . j . .................. ..................................................... 2 9 ,0 2 1 ,0 0 0
O th e r D e p o s its in c lu d in g fo re ig n G o v e rn m e n t C r e d its . . . .

2 6 4 ,0 0 0

. T o t a l r e s e r v e .......................................................
B ills d is c o u n te d — m e m b e r s ....................................
B ills b o u g h t in o p e n m a r k e t . ...............................
U . S . G o v e r n m e n t lo n g -te rm s e c u r itie s ..........
U . S . G o v e r n m e n t s h o r t- te r m s e c u r i t i e s . . ... . ,
D u e fro m F e d e r a l R e s e r v e b a n k s — n e t . . , . . .
U n c o lle c te d i t e m s ..................... ................................

F e d e ra l R e s e rv e n o te s in a c tu a l c ir c u la tio n ............................. 157,884,000
D u e t o o th e r F e d e ra l R e s e rv e b a n k s — n e t . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
A ll o th e r lia b ilitie s .................................................................................

T O T A L L I A B I L I T I E S . .................... • A . . . . . . . . . .


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H . G. DAVIS.

Assistant Cashier

W . S . R O W E , L . W . M A N N I N G , W . C . P R O C T O R , J U D S O N H A R M O N , C H A S . A . H I N S C H , C in c in n a ti.

PITTSBURGH BRANCH.

t IR E C T O R S :

M . J. FLEM IN G ,

(Transit N um ber 13-43)

L. W. M ANNING,
D IR E C T O R S :

HA RRY P . W OLFE, (1918)

Y o u n g s to w n , O .

S o u th C h a rle s to n , O h io

4 ,3 6 6 ,0 0 0
848 ,0 0 0

$ 3 1 3 ,5 7 2 ,0 0 0

TO T A L R E SO U R C E S . .. . . . . . . . . . . . .

27

$ 1 6 8 ,7 7 8 ,0 0 0
3 4 .4 2 0 .0 0 0
12.384.000
7 .4 9 9 .0 0 0
9 .9 6 2 .0 0 0
6 .7 4 8 .0 0 0
5 3 .7 7 1 .0 0 0
$ 3 1 3 ,5 7 2 ,0 0 0

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(D IS T R IC T No. 5—B an k L o cated a t R ic h m o n d .

(T ra n s it N u m b e r 68-3)

T E R R IT O R Y IN D IS T R IC T —D istrict of Columbia, M aryland, Virginia, N orth Carolina, South Carolina, and all
West Virginia except the counties of Marshall, Ohio, Brooke, Tyler, Wetzel, and Hancock.
Membership: N ational Banks 541; S tate Banks 20.
D IRECTO RS, CLASS A
D IRECTO RS, CLASS B
D IRECTO RS, CLASS C
JO H N F. BRUTON, (1919)
ED M U N D STRU DW ICK , (1918)
CALDW ELL HARDY, (1920)
W ilso n , N . C .

N o rfo lk

R ic h m o n d

E D W IN MANN, (1920)

Chairman of Board and Federal Reserve
Agent

DAVID R. COKER, (1920)
H a r t 8v ille , S . C .

B lu e field . W . V a.

A. H. DUDLEY,

,

R ic h m o n d

Assistant Federal Reserve Agent

H ARRY B. WILCOX, (1918)

JAM ES A. MONCURE, (1919)

JAM ES F. OYSTER. (1919)

B a ltim o re , M d .

R ic h m o n d

W a s h in g to n , D . C .

Deputy Chairman of Board

HOWARD BRUCE, (1918)
G EORG E J. SEAY,

CHAS. A. PEPL E ,

Governor

Deputy Governor

B a ltim o r e , M d .

O FFIC ER S
GEORGE H. K EESEE,

C. V. BLACKBURN,

Cashier

BALTIMORE BRANCH,

Assistant Cashier

THOM AS MARSHAL,
Assistant Cashier

(Transit N um ber 7-27)

M. M- PR E N TIS,

CHARLES H . W YATT,

Manager

Cashier

D I R E C T O R S :— M . M . P r e n tis , H . B . W ilc o x , C h a s . C . H o m e r , W a ld o N e w c o m e r a n d W illia m In g le , B a ltim o re .

RESOURCES

L IA B IL IT IE S

G o ld c o in a n d c e rtific a te s in v a u l t .................... $ 6 ,4 3 1 ,0 0 0
G o ld s e ttle m e n t f u n d ............................................... 17,510,000
G o ld w ith fo re ig n a g e n c ie s ....................................
5 70^000
G o ld w ith F e d e ra l R e s e rv e a g e n t ...................... 32,386^000
G o ld r e d e m p tio n f u n d ..............................................
3 6 3 ,0 0 0
L e g a l te n d e r n o te s , s ilv e r, e tc ...............................
407^000

C a p i ta l p a id i n ...................................................................... .................. $ 3 ,8 2 4 ,0 0 0
S u rp lu s . . . . . . . . , .................................... 0 ,

.

.

116,000

.

G o v e r n m e n t d e p o s its ................................................................... ..

15,659,000

D u e to m e m b e rs — re s e rv e a c c o u n t................................................. 4 1 ,7 4 1 ,0 0 0
C o lle c tio n i t e m s ................V . if«’.'!v v .......................... ; ..................... 2 3 ,7 3 9 ,0 0 0

T o t a l r e s e r v e .......................... .................. ........? /
B ills d is c o u n te d — m e m b e r s .................................
B ills b o u g h t in o p e n m a r k e t . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IJ. S . G o v e r n m e n t lo n g -te rm s e c u r i tie s ..........
U . S . G o v e r n m e n t s h o r t- te r m s e c u r itie s . . . .
D u e fro m F e d e r a l R e s e rv e b a n k s — n e t ............
U n c o lle c te d i t e m s . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
.....

F e d e ra l R e s e rv e n o te s in a c tu a l c ir c u la tio n ............................. 71 ,7 4 5 ,0 0 0
D u e to o th e r F e d e ra l R e s e rv e b a n k s — n e t .................................

7,675 ,0 0 0

A ll o th e r lia b ilitie s ............................................................ ............. .... ..

2 2 8 ,0 0 0

J.

T O T A L L I A B I L I T I E S ..................i ............. ....................... $ 1 6 2 .3 6 0 ,0 0 0

D IS T R IC T No. 6

$ 5 7 ,6 6 7 ,0 0 0
5 0 ,4 8 3 ,0 0 0
6 .1 5 8 .0 0 0
1.233.000
1.523.000
4 5 ,2 9 4 ,0 0 0

T O T A L R E S O U R C E S . . . . . .• /? i v

H ank L ocated a t A tla n ta .

$ 1 6 2 ,3 6 0 ,0 0 0

(T ra n s it N u m b e r 64-14)

_T E R R IT O R Y IN D IST R IC T —-Alabama, Georgia, Florida, all Tennessee east of the western boundary of the fol­
lowing counties: Stewart, Houston. Humphreys. Perry, and W ayne; 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.
M embership: N ational Banks 370; S tate Banks 33.
D IRECTO RS, CLASS A
D IRECTO RS, CLASS C
D IRECTO RS, CLASS B
M.
B.
WELLBORN. (1920)
LEW ELLYN P. H ILLY ER, (1918)
ED GA R B. STER N , (1920)
A tla n ta .
M acon, G a.

N ew O rle a n s

FRA N K W. FOOTE, (1919)

J. A. McCRARY, (1918)

H a ttie s b u r g , M iss.

D e c a tu r , G a .

P E T E R R. K ITTLES, (1920)

N a s h v ille , T e n n .

J. B. P IK E ,

JOS. A. McCORD,
Governor

Assistant Federal Reserve Agent and Secretary

W. H. K E TT IG , (1918)

w. B. ROPER,
a »at

W. ALBERTSON,
General Auditor

BIRMINGHAM BRANCH.

Deputy Chairman of Board
B irm in g h a m , A la.

O FFIC ERS

Cashier

J. M. SLATTERY.

EDW . T . BROWN, (1919)
A tla n ta

W. H. H ARTFORD, (1919)

S y lv a n ia , G a .

Chairman of Board and Federal Reserve
Agent

M. W. BELL,

Cashier

W. R. PATTERSON,
Assistant Cashier

(Transit Num ber 61-19)

A LEX . E. W ALKER,

W. C. STE R R E T T ,
Cosher

Manager
D I R E C T O R S :— W . H . K e tt in g , C h a irm a n : O sc a r W e lls. T . O . S m ith , W . W . C r a w f o r d a n d J o h n H . F r y e .

JACKSONVILLE, Fla., BRANCH.

(Transit N u m ber 63-19)

G. R. D E SAUSSURE,
Manager
D I R E C T O R S :— J o h n C . C o o p e r, C h a ir m a n ; E d w a r d W . L a n e . F u lto n S a u s s y , B . H . B a r n e t t a n d G ile s L . W ilso n .


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D IS T R IC T No. 6 -C o n tin u ed
(Transit N um ber 14-21)

NEW ORLEANS BRANCH.
S. E. ZUNTS,

MARCUS W ALKER,

J. L. CAMPBELL,

W. H. BLACK,

Chairman of Board, N ew O rle a n s B ra n c h

Manager, N e w O rle a n s B r a n c h

Assistant Manager

Cashier

D IR E C T O R S
A . P . B U S H , M o b ile . A la .; J . E . B O U D E N , J r . . N e w O rle a n s , L a .; H . B . L I G H T C A P , J a c k s o n , M is s.; F R A N K R O B E R T S ,
L a k e C h a rle s , L a .; J . J . G A N N O N , N e w O rle a n s , L a .; J A S . E . Z U N T Z , N e w O rle a n s , L a .; E D G A R B . S T E R N , -New O rle a n s , L a .

RESOURCES

L IA B IL IT IE S
C a p i ta l p a id i n .........................................................................................$ 3 ,0 4 5 ,0 0 0
S u r p l u s . ¿ i . . , . . . . ............ .................... ........................... .............

G o ld c o in a n d c e rtific a te s in v a u l t .................... $ 6 ,7 5 3 ,0 0 0
G o ld s e ttle m e n t f u n d ............................................. .. 2 4 ,1 9 4 ,0 0 0
G o ld w ith fo reig n a g e n c ie s . . . . .................
4 8 5 ,0 0 0
G o ld w ith F e d e ra l R e s e rv e a g e n t . . , . . . 1 . . ; 3 1 ,1 2 9 ,0 0 0
G o ld r e d e m p tio n f u n d ............ , , . ................. . . 2 ,3 1 1 ,0 0 0
L e g a l te n d e r n o te s , silv e r, e tc .. ...........................
747,000

=4 0 ,0 0 0

G o v e r n m e n t d e p o s it s ..................................................... ..................... 11,627,000
D u e to m e m b e rs —-reserv e a c c o u n t.............

41,83 5 ,0 0 0

C o lle c tio n i t e i p s ............................................................ ..........................

19,225,000

O th e r d e p o s its , in c lu d in g fo reig n G o v e rn m e n t c r e d i t s ..........

12,000

T o t a l r e s e r v e . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ......................
5 % re d e m p tio n f u n d a g a in s t F . R . b a n k n o te s
B ills d is c o u n te d — m e m b e r s ........... ..
B ills b o u g h t in o p e n m a r k e t .... ............................
U . S . G o v e r n m e n t lo n g -te rm s e c u r itie s . . . . .
U . S . G o v e r n m e n t s h o r t- te r m s e c u r i t i e s '. . . .
A ll o th e r e a rn in g a s s e ts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ; .
U n c o lle c te d i t e m s .......................................................

F e d e ra l R e s e rv e n o te s in. a c tu a l c irc u la tio n ........................ .... 5 7 ,4 7 7 ,0 0 0
D u e to o th e r F e d e ra l R e s e rv e b a n k s — n e t . . . . . . . . .'. . .■...

1,253,000

F e d e ra l R e s e rv e b a n k n o te c irc u la tio n , n e t li a b il ity ............

3 5 ,0 0 0

A ll o th e r lia b ilitie s ..........................

3 8 ,0 0 0
TOTAL RESO U RCES

n

$65.619,000
14,000
2 6 ,0 4 5 ,0 0 0
4 ,4 7 4 ,0 0 0
7 3 0 ,0 0 0
1,197,000
5 7,000
3 6 ,4 6 4 ,0 0 0

‘

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

$ 1 34,600,00 0

T O T A L L I A B I L I T I E S ..........................................................$13 4 ,6 0 0 ,0 0 0

D IST R IC T No. 7—B a n k L ocated a t C hicago.

(T ra n s it No. 2-30)

T E R R IT O R Y IN D IS T R IC T —S tate of Iowa, all th a t p art of Wisconsin in the counties of Vernon, Monroe, Jackson, Clark, M arathon, Langlade, Oconto, and M arinette, together with all the counties lying east and south of these
counties: all of the southern peninsula of Michigan, viz.: th a t p art east of Lake Michigan; all th a t p art 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 th at p art of Indiana north of a line forming the southern bound,
aries of the following counties: Vigo, Clay, Owen, Monroe, Brown, Bartholomew, Jennings, Ripley, and Ohio.
Membership: National Banks 1,044; State Banks 119
D IRECTO RS, CLASS A

DIRECTO RS, CLASS B

G EORG E M. REYNOLDS, (1918)

J. W. BLODGETT, (1919)

C h ic ag o

D IRECTO RS, CLASS C
W. A. H EA TH , (1918)
C h ic ag o

Chairman of Board and Federal Reserve
Agent

G r a n d R a p id s , M ic h .

W. F . McLALLEN,
M. B. HUTCHISON, (1920)

JA M ES B. FORGAN, (1919)
C h ic ag o

O ttu m w a , la .

C h ic ag o

Assistant Federal Reserve Agent

JA M ES SIM PSON, (1920)
C h ic a g o

E. L. JOHNSON. (1920)

Deputy Chairman of Board

A. H. VOGEL, (1918)

W a te rlo o , Io w a

E. T . M E R E D IT H , (1919)

M ilw a u k e e , W is.

D e s M o in e s , la .

O FFIC ERS
JA M ES B. McDOUGAL,

CHARLES R. McKAY,

Governor

b. g.

Deputy Governor

M cC l o u d ,
Cashier

W. F. McLALLEN.
Secretary

'

A S S I S T A N T C A S H I E R S :— S . B . C R A M E R . D O N A . J O N E S , F . J . C A R R , F . B A T E M A N . J . H . D I L L A R D , K E N T C . C H I L D S a n d A . H .
V O G T {Acting).
ite
...

F , R. BURGESS,

W A LTER H O PK IN S.
.

Auditor

DETROIT BRANCH.
ROBERT B. LOCKE,

WM. R. CATION,
Cashier

J O H N B A L L A N T Y N E . E M O R Y W . C L A R K . J U L I U S H . H A A S S . C H A R L E S H . H O D G E S . R O B E R T B . L O C K E . D e tr o it.

L IA B IL IT IE S

RESOURCES
G o ld co in a n d ' ce rtific a te s in v a u l t ................ $ 2 7 ,5 4 8 ,0 0 0
, G o ld s e t t l e m e n t . f u n d . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6 8 ,4 6 5 ,0 0 0
G o ld w ith fo reig n a g e n c ie s ................................
2 ,2 6 4 ,0 0 0
G o ld w ith F e d e r a l R e s e rv e a g e n t . . ... . . . . 1 7 6,178,000
G o ld re d e m p tio n f u n d .........................................
2 ,5 9 5 ,0 0 0
L e g a l te n d e r n o te s , silv e r, e t c ..........................
4 ,5 5 7 ,0 0 0

C a p i ta l p a id i n ...................................... 9 ,7 8 1 ,0 0 0
S u r p l u s ........................................

2 1 6 ,0 0 0

G o v e r n m e n t d e p o s its ................

2 3 ,5 0 3 ,0 0 0

D u e to m e m b e rs — re s e rv e a c c o u n t..............................................

186,562,000

C o lle c tio n i t e m s ..................2 4 ,122,000
O th e r d e p o s its, in c lu d in g fo re ig n G o v e rn m e n t c r e d i t s .. . .
F e d e ra l R e s e rv e n o te s in a c tu a l c irc u la tio n .

T o t a l r e s e r v e ...............................
B ills d is c o u n te d — m e m b e r s ...............................
B ills b o u g h t in o p e n m a r k e t ............................
U . S . G o v e r n m e n t lo n g -te rm s e c u ritie s . . .
U . S . G o v e r n m e n t s h o r t- te r m s e c u ritie s . .
A ll o th e r e a rn in g a s s e t s ....................................
U n c o lle c te d i t e m s ..................................................
5 % re d e m p tio n f u n d a g a in s t F e d . K e s. b a n k
n o t e s ................... ...............................................

3 ,7 4 0 ,0 0 0

...................... 24 4 ,1 5 2 ,0 0 0

F e d e ra l R e s e rv e n o te s in c irc u la tio n , n e t lia b il ity .................

2 ,0 0 0 ,0 0 0

D u e to o th e r F e d e ra l R e s e rv e b a n k s — n e t ............................ ..

707,000

A ll o th e r lia b ilitie s ........................................... ..................................

1,4 3 7 ,0 0 0

T O T A L L I A B I L I T I E S ...........................................................$49 9 ,8 7 9 ,0 0 0


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Attorney

(Transit No. 9-29)

Manager .and Chairman of Board
D IR E C T O R S :

G. L. POW ELL,

Assistant Auditor

T O T A L R E S O U R C E S . . . . ? .................
29

$ 2 8 1 ,6 0 7 ,0 0 0
112.916.000
2 1 .6 8 1 .0 0 0
7 .0 9 0 .0 0 0
2 .9 6 2 .0 0 0
3 2 ,0 0 0
7 3 ,4 9 1 ,0 0 0

100,000
$ 4 9 9 ,8 7 9 ,0 0 0

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D IS T R IC T No. 8—B a n k L o cated a t S t. L o u is.

(T ra n sit N u m b e r 4-4)

T E R R IT O R Y IN D IS T R IC T —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 B arry; all Illinois
south of the northern boundaries of the following counties: Adams, Brown, M organ, 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 K entucky west of the eastern boundaries of the
following counties: G allatin, Owen, Franklin, Anderson, Mercer, Boyle, Casey, Russell, and W ayne; all Tennessee
west of the eastern boundaries of the following counties: H enry, Benton, D ecatur, and H ardin; and all Mississippi
north of the southern boundaries of the following counties: Washington, Holmes, A ttala, W inston, and Noxubee.
Membership: National Banks A ; S tate Banks 24.

DAVID C. BIGGS. (1918)

S t. L o u is

S t. L o u is

S t. L o u ia

F. O. WATTS. (1918)

Chairman of Board and Federal Reserve
Agent

W ILLIAM B. PLU N K E TT . (1919)

S t. L o u ia

JO H N W. BOEHN'E. (1920)
E v a n s v ille , I n d .

L i ttl e R o c k , A rk .

SAMUEL A. ZIE G L E R , (1919)

Deputy Chairman

L E ROY PERCY . (1920)

R. W. MOONEY. (1919)

G re e n v ille ,M is s .

M e m p h is . T e n n .

A lb io n , 111.

ROLLA WELLS.

O FFIC E R S
W. W. HOXTON,

O. M. A TTEB ERY ,

R. R. CLABAUGH,

JA M ES G. McCONKEY.
Secretary and Counsel

Deputy Governor

Governor

A. H . HAILL,
Assistant Cashier

Assistant Cashier

Cashier

*

D IRECTO RS, CLASS C
WM. McC. M A RTIN . (1918)

D IRECTO RS, CLASS B

D IR ECTO RS, CLASS A
W ALKER H ILL, (1920)

J. W. W H IT E ,

. W. R IN K L E F F,

Assistant Cashier

Assistant Cashier

LOUISVILLE BRANCH (Transit N um ber 21-59)

D IR E C T O R S :

W. P. K IN C H ELO E,

JO H N T . MOORE.

Managing Director

Cashier

W . P . K I N C H E L O E . L o u isv ille , W . C . M O N T G O M E R Y . E liz a b e th to w n . C H A S . E . H O G E . F r a n k f o r t. F . M . S A C K E T T
L o u isv ille , G E O R G E W . N O R T O N , L o u isv ille .

MEMPHIS BRANCH.

(T ransit N um ber 26-3)

RESOURCES

L IA B IL IT IE S

G o ld coinT and c e rtific a te s in v a u l t ........... ...... . $ 2 ,0 3 5 ,0 0 0
G o ld s e ttle m e n t f u n d ................................. ..
2 2 ,4 0 9 ,0 0 0
G o ld w ith fo re ig n a g e n c ie s ..................................
6 4 7 ,0 0 0
G o ld w ith F e d e r a l R e s e r v e a g e n t ...................... 3 9 ,9 3 8 ,0 0 0
G o ld re d e m p tio n f u n d ..........................................
1,671,000
L e g a l te n d e r n o te s , s ilv e r, e tc ...............................
1,201,000

C a p ita l p a id i n ......................................................................................... $ 3 ,6 0 7 ,0 0 0
G o v e rn m e n t d e p o s it s .............................l>........................................... 9 3 ,3 6 9 ,0 0 0
D u e to m e m b e rs — re s e rv e a c c o u n t ............................................

4 6 ,8 2 2 ,0 0 0

C o lle c tio n i t e m s ....................................................................................... 2 4 ,7 9 4 ,0 0 0
O th e r D e p o s its , in c lu d in g fo re ig n G o v e r n m e n t c r e d i t s . . .

4 1 7 ,0 0 0

T o t a l r e s e r v e ................

F e d e ra l R e s e rv e n o te s in a c tu a l c ir c u la tio n ............................... 6 5 ,2 1 1 ,0 0 0
D u e to o th e r F e d e r a l R e s e rv e b a n k s — n e t .................................

5 ,1 0 5 ,0 0 0

F e d e ra l R e s e rv e n o te s in c irc u la tio n , n e t li a b il ity ..................................
A ll o th e r li a b il iti e s ...............

T O T A L L IA B IL IT IE S


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$ 6 7 ,9 0 1 ,0 0 0

B ills d is c o u n te d — m e m b e rs . . . . . . . . . . V . . . .
B ills b o u g h t in o p e n m a r k e t ............................ ..._
U n ite d S ta t e s G o v e r n m e n t lo n g -te rm s e c u ritie s
U . S . G o v e r n m e n t s h o r t- te r m s e c u r itie s ..........
A ll o th e r e a rn in g a s s e ts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
U n c o lle c te d i t e m s ......................................................

5 2 9 ,0 0 0

$1 5 8 ,4 2 4 ,0 0 0

to ta l

30

RESO URCES

4 6 ,3 5 7 ,0 0 0
3 ,7 7 5 ,0 0 0
2 ,2 3 4 .0 0 0
5 1 1 ,0 0 0
3 ,0 0 0
3 7 ,6 4 3 ,0 0 0
$ 1 5 8 ,4 2 4 .0 0 0

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D IS T R IC T No. 9—B a n k L o cated a t M in n e ap o lis.

(T ra n s it N u m b e r 17-8)

T E R R IT O R Y IN D IS T R IC T —M ontana, N orth Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota, all Wisconsin in the counties
L a Crosse, Trempealeau, E au Claire, Chippewa, Taylor, Lincoln, Oneida, Forest, and Florence, and all the counties
lying north and west of these and the northern peninsula of Michigan.
1
Membership: N ational Banks 780; S tate Banks 36.
D IRECTO RS, CLASS A
D IR ECTO RS, CLASS C
D IRECTO RS, .CLASS B
JO H N H . R IC H , (1920)
E. W. D EC K ER , (1919)
F; R. BIGELOW , (1919)
M in n e a p o lis

M in n e a p o lis

S t. P a u l

L. B. HANNA, (1920)

Ch. of Board and Fed. Res. Agent

C U R TIS L. M OSHER,

F. P . H IX O N , (1918)

F a rg o , N . D a k .

Assistant Federal Reserve Agent

L a C ro s s e , W is.

J. C. BASSETT. (1918)

W. H. L IG H T N ER , (1918)

NORMAN B. H O LTER, (1920)

A b e rd e e n , S . D .

H e le n a , M o n t.

Deputy Ch. of Board

S t. P a u l

JO H N W.' BLACK, (1919)
H o u g h to n , M ic h .

OFFICERS
TH EO D O RE WOLD.
Governor

R. A. YOUNG,

S S. C pO K ,

Assistant to Governor

GRAY W ARREN,

Cashier

Assistant Cashier

L IA B IL IT IE S

FRA N K C. DUNLOP,
Assistant Cashier

RESOURCES (Continued)

C a p ita l p a id i n .........................................................................................$ 2 ,7 9 7 ,0 0 0
S u r p lu s .......................................................................................... .............
3 8 ,0 0 0
G o v e rn m e n t d e p o s it s ............................................................................
5,711 ,0 0 0
D u e to m e m b e rs — re s e rv e a c c o u n t .................................................. 38 ,1 6 0 ,0 0 0
C o lle c tio n i t e m s ....................................................................................... 6 ,4 57 ,0 0 0
O th e r D e p o s its , in c lu d in g fo re ig n G o v e rn m e n t C re d its . . .
41 ,0 0 0
F e d e ra l R e s e rv e n o te s in a c tu a l c ir c u la tio n .................................. 54 ,6 9 3 ,0 0 0
D u e to o th e r F e d e ra l R e s e rv e b a n k s — n e t .........................................................
A ll o th e r lia b ilitie s ..................................................................................
54 2 ,0 0 0

G o ld w ith F e d e r a l R e s e rv e a g e n t ...................... 3 4 ,1 0 9 ,0 0 0
G o ld r e d e m p tio n f u n d .............................................. 2 ,5 4 3 ,0 0 0 i
L e g a l te n d e r n o te s , s ilv e r, e t c .............................
9 5 ,0 0 0
T o t a l r e s e r v e ................................. ' . ..................
B ills d is c o u n te d — m e m b e r s ...................................
B ills b o u g h t in o p e n m a r k e t .................................
U . S . G o v e r n m e n t lo n g -te rm s e c u ritie s . . . . . .
U . S . G o v e r n m e n t s h o r t- te r m s e c u r itie s . . . . .
A ll o th e r e a rn in g a s s e ts ! .................................
D u e f ro m F e d e r a l R e s e r v e b a n k s — n e t ...........
U n c o lle c te d i t e m s .......................................................

T O T A L L I A B I L I T I E S ..........................................................$ 1 0 9 ,7 0 0 .0 0 0

RESOURCES
G o ld c o in a n d c e rtific a te s in v a u l t .....................$ 8 ,2 61,000
G o ld s e tt le m e n t f u n d ............................................... 16,138,000
G o ld w ith fo reig n a g e n c ie s ................... ........... ..
647,000

$ 6 1 ,7 9 3 ,0 0 0
3 4 ,3 7 6 ,0 0 0
740,000
1,860,000
1,294,000
8 ,0 0 0
....................
9 ,6 2 7 ,0 0 0

TOTAL RESO URCES

$ 1 0 9 ,6 9 8 ,0 00

D IS T R IC T No. 10—B an k L o cated a t K a n sa s C ity, M o. (T ra n s it N u m b e r 18-4)
T E R R IT O R Y IN D IST R IC T —Kansas, Nebraska, Colorado, Wyoming, all Missouri west of the eastern boundaries
of the following counties: W orth, G entry, DeKalb, Clinton, Clay, Jackson, Cass, Bates, Vernon, Barton, Jasper, New­
ton, and M cDonald; all Oklahoma with exception of the following counties: Atoka, Byron, Choctaw, Coal, Jphnston,
Marshall, M cCurtain, and P ushm ataha; all New Mexico north of a line forming the southern boundary of the following
counties: McKinley, Sandoval, Santa Fe, San Miguel, and Union..
Membership: N ational Banks 957; S tate Banks 16.
D IR ECTO RS, CLASS C
DIRECTO RS, CLASS A
D IRECTO RS, CLASS B
ASA E. RAMSAY, (1920)
W. J. BAILEY, 0919)
M . L. McCLURE, (1919)
A tc h iso n , K a n .

K a n s a s C ity

K a n s a s C ity , M o .

C. E. BURNHAM. (1920)

THOS. C. BYRNE, (1918)

N o rfo lk , N e b ..

O m ah a, N eb.

J. C. M ITC H ELL, (1918)

F. W. FLE M IN G , (1919)
K a n s a s C ity

HARRY W. GIBSON. (1920)

D e n v e r, C o lo .

Chairman of Board and Federal Reserve
Agent

M u sk o g e e , O k la ,

Vice Chairman of Board,

R. H. MALONE, (1918)
D enver

O FFIC ERS
J. Z. M ILLER . Jr., Governor
J. L. CROSS, Deputy Governor
ARCH W. ANDERSON >See, and Cash,
C. A. W O RTHINGTON, Assistant Cash,
M. A. THOM PSON, Assistant Cash

DENVER BRANCH
C. A. BURKHARDT, Manager
C. A. BURKHARDT,

(Transit N um ber 23-19)

D IR ECTO RS: C. C. PARKS, D en v er, A. C. FOSTER,
D en v er, JO H N EVANS, D en ver, ALVA ADAMS, P u e b lo .

OMAHA BRANCH

D en v er,

(T ransit N um ber 27-12)

O. T. EASTMAN, Manager DIRECTORS: LUTHER DRAKE, O m a h a , J. G. McNISH, O m a h a ,
O. T. EASTMAN, O m a h a , P. L. HALL, L in c o ln , R. O. MARNELL, N e b r a sk a C ity .
LIA B ILITIES
C a p ita l p a id i n ...................... .......................................
G o v e rn m e n t d e p o s its ..................................................................
D u e to m e m b e rs — re s e rv e a c c o u n t.......................................
C o lle c tio n i t e m s .......................................................... ..
O th e r d e p o s its , in c lu d in g fo re ig n G o v e rn m e n t c re d its
F e d e ra l R e s e rv e n o te s in a c tu a l c irc u la tio n ...................
D u e to o th e r F e d e ra l R e s e rv e b a n k s — n e t ........................
F e d e ra l R e s e rv e n o te in c irc u la tio n , n e t l i a b i l i t y . . . . .
A ll o th e r lia b ilitie s .......................................................................

RESOURÇES (Continued)
5 3 ,5 2 9 ,0 0 0
9 ,0 0 4 ,0 0 0
68.451 .0 0 0
16.978.000

G o ld w ith F e d e ra l R e s e rv e a g e n t ..................... $ 3 3 ,7 1 2 ,0 0 0
G o ld re d e m p tio n f u n d .............................................
9 1 7 ,0 0 0
3 8 8 ,0 0 0
L e g a l te n d e r n o te s , s ilv e r, e t c . .............................

74,186 ,0 0 0

T o t a l r e s e r v e .......................................................
5 % r e d e m p tio n fu n d a g a in s t F . R . b a n k n o te s
B ills d is c o u n te d — m e m b e r s ....................................
B ills b o u g h t in o p e n m a r k e t ................................
U . S . G o v e r n m e n t lo n g -te rm s e c u r i t i e s ..........
U . S . G o v e r n m e n t s h o r t- te r m s e c u ritie s . . . .
D u e fro m F e d e r a l R e s e r v e b a n k s — n e t ............
U n c o lle c te d it e m s .....................................
A ll o th e r r e s o u r c e s .....................................................

$ 7 7 ,2 0 0 ,0 0 0
4 0 0 ,0 0 0
5 6 ,6 1 2 ,0 0 0
2 5 0 ,0 00
8 ,8 7 7 ,0 0 0
3 ,5 8 8 ,0 0 0
....................
3 5 ,2 0 3 ,0 0 0

T O T A L R E S O U R C E S ................... .............

$ 1 8 2 .1 3 0 .0 0 0

7 .9 1 0 .0 0 0
1.365.000

T O T A L L I A B I L I T I E S ......................................................... $182,130 ,0 0 0

RESOURCES
G o ld co in a n d c e rtific a te s in v a u l t .................... $
206,000
G o ld s e ttle m e n t f u n d ............................................... 40,716,000
G o ld w ith fo re ig n a g e n c ie s ............ .......................
1,261,000


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D IS T R IC T No, 11-—B a n k L ocated a t D allas.

(T ra n sit N u m b e r 32-3)

T E R R IT O R Y IN D IS T R IC T —Texas, all New Mexico south of the northern boundaries of the following counties:
Valencia, Bernalillo, Torrance, Guadalupe, and Quay, all Louisiana north of the southern boundaries of the following
counties: Sabine, Natchitoches, G rant, LaSalle, Catahoula, and Concordia; the following counties in Oklahoma, Atoka,
Marshall, Bryan, Choctaw, Coal, Pushm ataha, M cCurtain, and Johnston, and the following counties in Arizona: Pima,
G raham , Greenlee, Cochise, and Santa Cruz.
Membership: National Banks 625; S tate Banks 54.
D IRECTO RS, CLASS C
W. F. RAMSEY, (1920)

D IR ECTO RS, CLASS B

D IR ECTO RS, CLASS A

M ARION SANSOM, (1919)

J. T. SCOTT, (1918)

D a lla s

F t . W o r th , T e x a s

H o u s to n , T e x .

Chairinan of Board and Federal Reserve
Agent

FRA N K KELL. (1918)

E . K. SM ITH , (1920)

W. B. NEWSOME, (1918)
D a lla s

W ic h ita F a lls , T e x a s

S h re v e p o rt, L a .

Deputy Chairman of Board

J. J. CULBERTSON, (1920)

B. A. M cK IN N EY , (1919)

H. O. W OOTEN, (1919)
A b ile n e , T e x a s

P a r is , T e x a s

D u r a n t, O k la .

O FFIC ERS
R . L. VAN ZANDT, '

J. W. HOOPES,

LYNN P. TALLEY.

Deputy Governor

Cashier

Governor

R. B. COLEMAN.
Assistant Cashier

CHAS. C. HALL,

R. R. G IL B ER T ,

PAUL G. TAYLOR,

Assistant Federal Reserve Agent

Assistant Cashier

Assistant Cashier

F R E D HARRIS,

W. C. WEISS,

Assistant Cashier

Auditor

EL PASO BRANCH.
SAM R. LAW DER, M anager
D IR E C T O R S:

(Transit N um ber 88-1)

J. M. PRO CTER, Cashier

SAM R. LAW DER, A. F. K E R R , U. S. STEW ART, A. P. COLES and W. W. TU R N EY , El Paso
RESOURCES

L IA B IL IT IE S
C a p i ta l p a id i n . .

f ............ ................................

6 .3 7 5 .0 0 0

D u e t o m e ih b e rs — re s e rv e a c c o u n t ....................

3 7 .0 4 0 .0 0 0

C o lle c tio n i t e m s ............... ..
F e d e r a l R e s e rv e n o te s in a c tu a l c ir c u la tio n .

G o ld c o in a n d c e rtific a te s in v a u l t .................... $
G o ld s e ttle m e n t f u n d ..............................................
G o ld w ith fo re ig n a g e n c ie s ............ .......................
G o ld w ith F e d e r a l R e s e r v e a g e n t ......................
G o ld re d e m p tio n f u n d ..............................................
L e g a l te n d e r n o te s , s ilv e r, e tc . ........................

$ 2 ,9 8 5 ,0 0 0

C o v e r n m e n t d e p o s its ........................................... ....

3 3 .2 5 4 .0 0 0

A ll o th e r lia b ilitie s .....................................................

66,000

T O T A L L I A B I L I T I E S . ............................

$ 9 3 ,6 3 3 .0 0 0

5 ,8 5 2 ,0 0 0
10,856,000
5 6 6,000
14,077,000
1,254,000
1,996,000
$ 3 4 ,6 0 3 ,0 0 0
137,000
2 8 ,7 5 2 ,0 0 0
1.170.000
3 .9 8 1 .0 0 0
1.49 0 .0 0 0

T o t a l r e s e r v e .......................................................
5 % r e d e m p tio n fu n d a g a in s t F . R . b a n k n o te s
B ills d is c o u n te d — m e m b e r s ...................................
B ills b o u g h t in o p e n m a r k e t .................................
U , S . G o v e r n m e n t lo n g -te rm s e c u r itie s ............
U . S . G o v e r n m e n t s h o r t- te r m s e c u r itie s ..........
D u e f ro m F e d e r a l R e s e rv e b a n k s — n e t ...........
U n c o lle c te d i t e m s .......................................................
A ll o th e r r e s o u r c e s ..................................«..................

8 .8 0 8 .0 0 0

D u e to o th e r F e d e ra l R e s e rv e b a n k s — n e t ,..-.


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D IS T R IC T No. 12—B a n k L ocated a t S a n F rancisco.

(T ra n s it N u m b e r 11-37)

T E R R IT O R Y IN D IST R IC T —California, Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Nevada, U tah, and the following counties
in Arizona: Apache, Coconino, Gila, Maricopa, Mohave, Navajo, Pinal, Yavapai, and Yuma.
Membership: N ational Banks 55Ö; State Banks 61.
.
:
CwIbfJl
D IRECTO RS, CLASS C
JO H N P E R R IN , (1920)

D IR ECTO RS, CLASS B
J. E. FISH B U RN , (1920):

DIRECTO RS, CLASS A
A. B. C. DOHRM AN, (1920)
S a n F ra n c isc o

S a n F ra n c isc o

S a n F ra n c isc o

Chairman of Board and Federal Reserve
Agent

C. K. M cINTOSH, (1919)

JOHN A. McGREGOR, (1918)
S a n F ra n c is c o

WALTON N. MOORE, (1918)

S a n F ra n c isc o

B e rk e le y , C a l.

Deputy Chairman of Board

ALDEN ANDERSON. (1918)

ELM ER H . COX, (1919)

EDW ARD ELLIO TT, (1919)

S a c ra m e n to , C a l. -

M a d e ra , C a l.

JAM ES K. LYNCH,

JNO. U. CALKINS,

Governor

Deputy Governor

- S a n F ra n c isc o

O FFIC ERS
IRA CLERK ,

W. N , AMBROSE.

H. S. HOUSE,

Asst. Cashier

Auditor

Cashier

GAVIN McNAB,

W M . A DAY,

. Counsel

Assistant Deputy Governor

PORTLAND BRANCH, (Transit Num ber 24-1)
W. N. AMBROSE, Acting M anager
D IR ECTO RS:

(

M. A. ROSS, Acting Cashier

A. L. MILLS, Portland; J. C. A INSW ORTH’ Portland; E V E R E T T AMES, Portland; NATHAN
STRAUSS, Portland; W. N. AMBROSE, Portland.

SALT LAKE CITY BRANCH,
CHAS. H. STEW ART, Acting Manager
D IR ECTO RS:

(Transit N um ber 31-31)
D. L. DAVIS, Acting Cashier

L. H. FARNSWORTH, R. T. BADGER, CHAS. H. STEW ART, G. G. W R IG H T and J. L l
RAW LINS, Salt Lake City.

SEATTLE BRANCH, (Transit Num ber 19-1)
C. J. SH E PH E R D . Manager
D IR ECTO RS:

C. A. BEM IS, Acting Cashier

M. F. BACKUS, N. H. LA TIM ER, C. J. SH EPH ER D , CHAS. H. CLARKE, CHAS. E. PEA BOD Y ,
Seattle, Wash.
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SPOKANE BRANCH, (Transit N um ber 28-1)
CHAS. A. McLEAN, Manager

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D IR ECTO RS:

W. L. PA R TN ER , Acting Cashier

D. W. TWOHY, Spokane; ED W IN T. COMAN, Spokane; CHAS. A. McLEAN, Spokane;
P E T E R McGREGOR, Spokane;, G. I. TOEVS, Spokane.

RESOURCES

L IA B ILITIES

G o ld co in a n d c e rtific a te s in v a u l t .................... $ 3 5 ,8 8 7 ,0 0 0
G o ld s e ttle m e n t f u n d .... ......................................... 14,719,000
G o ld w ith fo reig n a g e n c ie s ...................................
8 8 9 ,0 0 0
G o ld w ith F e d e r a l R e s e r v e a g e n t . , . . . . . . . . 8 4 ,9 7 1 ,0 0 0
G o ld r e d e m p tio n f u n d .............................................
] 9 ,0 0 0
L e g a l te n d e r n o te s , s ilv e r, e t c ..........................
155,000

C a p ita l p a id i n . ............................................. ...................... . . . . . . . $ 4,447,0 0 0
G o v e rn m e n t d e p o s its ............................................................................

15,532,000

D u e to m e m b e rs — re s e rv e a c c o u n t....................................

71,949,000

C o lle c tio n i t e m s ....................................................................................... 14,695,000
O th e r d e p o s its , in c lu d in g fo reig n G o v e rn m e n t c r e d i ts . . . .
F e d e ra l R e s e rv e n o te s in a c tu a l c irc u la tio n

T o t a l r e s e r v e ......................................................
5 % r e d e m p tio n fu n d a g a in s t F . R . b a n k n o te s
B ills d is c o u n te d — m e m b e r s ....................................
B ills b o u g h t in o p e n m a r k e t ............................
U . S . G o v e r n m e n t lo n g te r m s e c u ritie s . . . . .
U . S . G o v e r n m e n t s h o r t- te r m s e c u r itie s ..........
D u e f ro m F e d e r a l R e s e r v e b a n k s — n e t . . . , . «
U n c o lle c te d i t e m s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
A ll o th e r r e s o u r c e s ........................ ..
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2,4 4 5 ,0 0 0

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D u e to o th e r F e d e ra l R e s e rv e b a n k s — n e t ................................................'.. . .
A ll o th e r lia b ilitie s ...................................

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FEDERAL FARM LOAN BOARD
W I L L I A M G. McADOO, C hairm an
G E O R G E W. NORRIS, Farm Loan C om m issioner
C H A R L E S E. L O B D E L L
W. W. FLANNAGAN, S ecretary
H. M. BAIN, A ssista n t Secretary

W. S. A. S M I T H
H E R B E R T QUICK

D IS T R IC T No. 1—B a n k L o ca ted a t S p rin g field , M ass.
T E R R I T O R Y I N D I S T R I C T — M a in e , N e w H a m p s h ir e , V e rm o n t, M a s s a c h u s e tts , R h o d e I s la n d , C o n n e c tic u t, N e w Y o r k , a n d N e w J e rs e y .
C A P I T A L , $ 7 5 0 ,0 0 0 .
D I R E C T O R S — L E O N A R D G . R O B IN S O N , President; B . G . M c I N T I R E , Vice-President; H U G H S . M c C O N N O R . Secretary; G . S C O T T D A L G L E IS H , Treasurer, a n d H E R B E R T M Y R I C K .

D IS T R IC T No. 2—B a n k L o ca ted a t B a ltim o re , M d.
T E R R I T O R Y IN D I S T R I C T —P e n n s y lv a n ia , D e la w a re , M a r y la n d , V irg in ia , W e s t V irg in ia , a n d th e D is tr ic t o f C o lu m b ia .
C A P I T A L , $ 9 4 5 ,6 0 5 .
D I R E C T O R S — G E O R G E H . S T E V E N S O N , President; D . F R E D S H A M B E R G E R , Vice-President; J . B . F I N L E Y ,
H O S S I N G E R , Treasurer, a n d J O H N H . M U R R A Y .

Secretary; J . H .

D IS T R IC T No. 3—B a n k L o ca ted a t C o lu m b ia , S. C.
T E R R I T O R Y I N D I S T R I C T — N o r th C a ro lin a , S o u th C a ro lin a , G e o rg ia , a n d F lo r id a .
C A P I T A L , $ 7 5 0 ,0 0 0 .
D R E C T O R S — D . A . H O U S T O N , President; L . I. G U I O N , Vice-President; H O W A R D C . A R N O L D . Secretary; H . H . R O O T . Treasurer, a n d
S. C . W A R N E R .
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D IS T R IC T No. 4—B a n k L o ca ted a t L o u isv ille, K y.
T E R R I T O R Y I N D I S T R I C T — O h io , I n d ia n a • K e n tu c k y , a n d T e n n e s s e e .
C A P I T A L , $ 1 ,0 6 4 ,1 1 0 .
D I R E C T O R S — W A L T E R H O W E L L , President; J . P . B R E N N A N , Vice-President; J A M E S B . D A V IS , Secretary; L . B . C L O R E ,
an d H . A. S O M M E R S .
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Treasurer,

D IS T R IC T No. 5—B a n k L o cated a t New O rlea n s, L a.
T E R R I T O R Y I N D I S T R I C T — A la b a m a , M is siss ip p i, a n d L o u is ia n a .
C A P I T A L , $ 8 7 0 ,1 5 0 .
D I R E C T O R S — T . F . D A V IS , President; W . C . D U F O U R , Vice-President; C . C . G A S P A R D , Secretary; A . Y . M A L O N E , Treasurer, a n d
J. T . SAVAGE.

D IS T R IC T No. 6—B a n k L o ca ted a t S t. L o u is, Mo.
T E R R I T O R Y I N D I S T R I C T — Illin o is , M is s o u ri a n d A rk a n s a s .
C A P I T A L , $ 1 ,0 8 9 ,5 8 5 .
D I R E C T O R S — H E R M A N W . D A N F O R T H . President; C A R L E . H O P K I N S , Vice-President; O . J . L L O Y D Secretary; L . L . B E A V E R S ,
Treasurer, a n d D . W A R D K I N G .

D IST R IC T No. 7—B a n k L o ca ted a t S t. P a u l, M in n .
T E R R I T O R Y IN D I S T R I C T — M ic h ig a n , W isc o n sin . M in n e s o ta , a n d N o r th D a k o ta .
C A P I T A L , $ 7 5 0 ,0 0 0 .
D I R E C T O R S — E . G . Q U A M M E , President; B . F . F A A S T , Vice-President; H . K . J E N N I N G S . Secretary; P A U L A . P R E U S . Treasurer, a n d

D IS T R IC T No. 8—B a n k L o ca ted a t O m a h a , N eb.
T E R R I T O R Y I N D I S T R I C T — Io w a , N e b ra s k a , S o u th D a k o ta , a n d W y o m in g .
C A P I T A L , $ 1 ,4 2 7 ,0 8 5 .
D I R E C T O R S — D . P . H O G A N , President; J O S E P H M . C A R E Y , Vice-President; F R A N K G . O D E L L , Secretary; E . D . M O R C O M , Treasurer,
L E O . J . M cC a r t h y , A «a’< Secretary, a n d W A R R E N C . B A K E R .

D IS T R IC T No. 9—B a n k L o cated a t W ic h ita , K as.
T E R R I T O R Y IN D I S T R I C T — O k la h o m a , K a n s a s , C o lo ra d o , a n d N e w M ex ic o .
C A P I T A L , $ 1 ,3 8 6 ,8 2 5 .
D I R E C T O R S — D A N F . C A L L A H A N . President; M I L A S L A S A T E R , Vice President; J O H N
Treasurer, a n d T . A . H U B B A R D .

B . M c M A N U S , Secretary; C A L E B D A G G ,

D IS T R IC T No. 10—B an k L o cated a t H o u sto n , Tex.
T E R R IT O R Y IN D IS T R IC T — T h e S ta te of T exas.
C A P I T A L , $ 1 ,2 2 5 ,0 0 0 .
D I R E C T O R S — M . H . G O S S E T H . President; J . A . T H O M P S O N . Vice-President; T . J . C A L D W E L L . Secretary; S . A . L I N D S E Y . Treasurer, a n d
R . D . JO H N SO N .

D IS T R IC T No. 11—B a n k L o ca ted a t B erkeley, C al.
T E R R I T O R Y I N D I S T R I C T — C a lifo rn ia . N e v a d a , U ta h , a n d A rizo n a.
C A P I T A L , $ 7 5 0 ,0 0 0 .
D I R E C T O R S — B U R R E L L W . H . J O I C E , President; A C . K U H N , Vice-President; J O H N G U I L L , J r . . Vice-President; W I L L A R D D . E L L I S ,
Treasurer, a n d A . W . H E N D R I C K , Secretary.

D IS T R IC T No. 12—B a n k L o ca ted a t S p o k an e, W ash .
T E R R I T O R Y I N D I S T R I C T — W a s h in g to n , O re g o n , M o n ta n a , a n d Id a h o .
C A P I T A L , $ 1 ,1 2 7 ,9 9 5
D I R E C T O R S — D . G . O ’S H E A . President; D A V ID S . W A L L A C E . Vice-President; G E O R G E C . J E W E T T . Secretary; G E O R G E M . D R E H E R ,
Treasurer, a n d A . W . C A U T H O R N .


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