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SCHEDULE 22.-Banking resources, district No.3.

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ennsylvania:

National banks (537).
State institutions (353).

Total (890)....
Tew Jersey:

National banks (72)
State institutions (42).

Total (114).....
Delaware:
National banks (20).
State institutions (25)

Total (45)....
Totals:

National banks (629).
State institutions (420).

Total (1,049), 1918.
Total (997), 1917.

SCHEDULE 23.-Combined statement of condition of member national banks.

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Loans and discounts.
Liberty bonds..
Other United States bonds.
Other bonds, securities, ete.
All other resources.
Total....

LIABILITIES
Capital stock...
Surplus
Undivided profits.
National-bank notes outstanding.
Individual deposits.
Bank deposits..
All other liabilities.

Total.....

[000 omitted.].

Totalresources.

Undi- IndiCapital. Surplus. vided vidual

profits. deposits.

Bank deposits.

1918

1917

$74,474 $94,853 $24,998 $817,442 $162, 455 $1,293,164 $1,209,999 81, 113 | 115,572 28, 213 823,516 14,090 1, 113,693 981, 001 155, 587 210,425 53,211 1,640,958 176,545 2,406,857 2, 191,000

6,295
5,640

7,177
5,064

3,210
1,702

1, 637
5,386

58, 754 64, 473 123,328

128, 256

80,544 208,800

109,515

71,563 181,073

11.935

12,241

4,912

7,023

1,459 3,396

542
545

1,542
2,034
3,576

700
1, 106
1,806

14,063
30, 747
44,810

20, 229
66, 306
86,535

19,297 56,041 75,338

4,855

1,087

76,228 103,571 28, 908 906,943 | 164, 629 1,441, 649 1,338, 811 90, 150 122,671 31,022 918,737 20,022 1,260,5141,108,664 166,378 226,242 59,930 1,825,680 184,651 2,702, 193 159, 422 204,617 78,516 1,589, 826 238, 775

2,447, 474

Date of comptroller's call.

Sept. 2, 1915.

Sept. 12, 1916. Sept. 11, 1917. Aug. 31, 1918.

$597,371,000

3527,799,000

61, 438,000 198, 582,000

267, 289,000 1,055, 108,000

58,812,000 244, 462,000

295, 338,000 1, 195,983,000

$647,542,000

23, 903,000 67,804,000 283, 356,000

316, 206,000 1,338, 811,000

$635, 753,000

66,791,000 142, 412,000 271,993,000

323, 395,000 1,440, 349,000

77, 248,000 76,814,000 93, 150,000 97,304,000 21,100,000 24, 460,000 58, 278,000 56, 291,000 640, 860,000 759, 894,000 149, 604,000 166,926,000

9,868,000 14, 294,000 1,055, 108,000 1, 195, 983,000

76,708,000 99,037,000 28,766,000 55, 596,000 877,549,000 166, 175,000 34,980,000

76,178,000 103, 468,000 28,908,000 54, 212,000 905, 834,000 164, 629,000

107, 120,000 1,440, 349,000

1,338, 811,000

SCHEDULE 24.–State banks and trust companies in the Third Federal Reserve District

admitted to membership in the Federal Reserve system.

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$2,500,000 $7,500,000 $37, 423, 775.82

50,000 110,000 484,000.00 1,000,000 4,000,000 23,731,531. 48 1,000,000 1,750,000 14,035, 264.64

500,000 800,000 8,599,346. 84 1,000,000 500,000 13,527, 713.10 2,000,000 5,000,000 25, 434, 553.61 5,000,000 16,000,000 22,515, 615.07 200,000 150,000 1, 371, 346.36 600,000 700,000 4,410, 486.64 100,000 500,000 3, 437, 176.86 250,000 50,000 1, 426, 965.39 250,000

125,000 5, 137, 308. 15 50,000 45,000 302, 058.38 300,000 300,000

3,188, 925.85 100,000

25,000 548, 816.56 2,000,000 5,000,000 10, 271.978. 37 100,000 150,000 1, 428, 965. 39 300,000 140,000 1, 640,000.36 500,000 500,000 4, 154, 985. 28 272, 725 272, 725 2,910, 197. 41 312, 987 34, 480 378, 027. 41 500,000 500,000 3,693, 216.23 200,000 40,000 540, 986.29 100,000 20,000 615, 174.43 500,000 150,000 2, 631, 339.68

400,000 300,000 2,029, 433.60 1,000,000

250,000 7,509, 445.22 200,000 325,000 2,663,000.00

1 Exclusive of Government deposits.

SCHEDULE 25.-Philadelphia clearing-house members, 1918.

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SCHEDULE 26.-Subscriptions to the four Liberty loan issues.

1000 omitted.]

Loans, dis

counts, and invest

ments.

Ratio of loans

to deposits.

Bank.

Individual.

Total.

January
February
March
April.
May.
June.
July
August.
September
October
November
December

$579, 246
578, 976
587, 344
606, 940
619, 773
623, 872
611, 044
613, 842
630, 491
716, 478
743, 957
713, 802

$164, 861
167,232
169, 717
166, 408
164,976
170, 239
155, 531
166, 494
168,869
167, 562
159, 622
159, 665

$456, 806
448, 754
450, 834
467,529
463,732
454, 517
439, 783
451, 144
474, 576
461, 075
479, 005
464, 080

$621, 667
615, 986
620, 551
633, 937
628, 708
624, 756
595, 314
617,638
643, 445
628, 637
638, 627
619, 645

Per cent.

93.2 94.0 91.7 95.7 98.6 99.8 102.7 99.4 98.0 113.9 116.5 115.1

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FIRST LOAN.

States.

Apportion

ment.

Amount subscribed.

Allotments.

Per cent of Per Number of population capita subscribers. subscrib- subscrip

ing.

tion.

Delaware.
New Jersey
Philadelphia.
Pennsylvania (not including

Philadelphia).

$50.00 17. 60 80.50

$6, 136,000 $11,917,850 $6, 136, 100 No record. No record. 8,817,400 11, 702, 700 8,812, 100 Norecord. No record. 94,964, 750 145, 172, 950 96, 809, 650 Norecord. No record. 53, 339, 150 63,515, 750 53,389,750 | Norecord. Norecord. 163, 257, 300 232, 309, 250 165, 147, 600

16.70

35. 70

SCHEDULE 26.–Subscriptions to the four Liberty loan issues—Continued.

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SCHEDULE 27.-Number of banks and of other subscribers, also amounts subscribed to

certificates of indebtedness.

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DISTRICT NO. 4—CLEVELAND.

D. C. Wils, Chairman and Federal Reserve Agent.

RESULTS OF OPERATION.

Gross earnings of the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland during the year just past have amounted to $5,226,000, or more than $100,000 per week. The expenses, including expense of branches, this district's proportion of Federal Reserve Board expense, cost of Federal Reserve currency, and all items of equipment (which have been charged uniformly to current expense) have been a little less than $1,000,000. On June 1 a dividend was paid for the period beginning July 1, 1917, to date, thus completing the payment of all accumulated dividends, and the regular dividend was paid on December 31. After setting aside a reserve sufficient to meet all depreciation of assets, the sum of $1,776,000 was transferred to surplus account, and a like amount reserved for the payment of franchise tax provided for in the Federal Reserve Act.

Schedule 1, appended hereto, shows the balance sheet for December 31, 1918, with comparative figures for December 31, 1917.

Schedule 2 shows the principal charges and credits to profit and loss account for 1918 as compared with 1917.

Schedule 3 shows the gross earnings classified according to principal sources of revenue by months, together with the expenses and net earnings, and the same data appear in graphic form in chart 1.

Schedule 4 shows the daily average of earning assets divided into the principal sources of revenue, with the total earnings and the average rate on each principal class of investments, and also the rate of gross and net earnings to daily average capital for the years 1918 and 1917, respectively.

Schedule 5 shows the total volume of loans, discounts, and investments, divided into principal classifications, for the year 1918 as compared with 1917.

GENERAL BUSINESS AND BANKING CONDITIONS.

At the beginning of the year the transition of business from a peace to a war basis had not been accomplished, and it was not fully realized that all energies must, of necessity, be devoted to the pro

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