of 198

fdic_ar_1955.pdf

Published on June 2017 | Categories: Documents | Downloads: 21 | Comments: 0

Comments

Content

ANNUAL REPORT OF THE FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1955

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

L E T T E R OF T R A N S M IT T A L

F e d e r a l D e p o s it I n s u r a n c e C o r p o r a t io n

Washington, D. C., June 29, 1956 SIRS: Pursuant to the provisions of Section 17(a) of the Federal Deposit Insurance Act, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation has the honor to submit its annual report. Part One of the report, separately submitted earlier in the year, is included in this volume. Respectfully,

H. E.

T he

P r e s id e n t o f t h e

T he

Speaker

of

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

the

Se n ate

H o use

of

R e p r e s e n t a t iv e s

C ook,

Chairman

FEDERAL DEPOSIT IN S U R A N C E

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

CORPORATION

FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION N at io n al P ress B uildin g — W ash in gton 25, D . C.

BOARD OF DIRECTORS Chairman.................................................................... ........................ EL E. C o o k Comptroller of the Currency........................................................... R a y M . G id n e y Director..................................................................................................M a p le T . H a r l

OFFICIALS—June 29, 1956 Assistant to Chairman (Acting).................................................... Neil G. Greensides Secretary.............................................................................................. Miss E. F. Downey General Counsel, Legal Division................................................... Royal L. Coburn Chief, Division of Examination.................................................... Vance L. Sailor Chief, Division of Liquidation. .................................................... Edward C. Tefft Chief, Division of Research and Statistics................................. Edison H. Cramer Chief, Audit Division.......................................................................Mark A. Heck Controller......................................................................... ................... William G. Loeffler Director of Publications and Information.................................. Forbes Campbell

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

D IS T R IC T O F F IC E S D

is t .

No.

S u p e r v is i n g E x a m in e r

A ddress

States

in

D

is t r ic t

1. Lundie W. Barlow

Room 1365, No. 10 P.O. Square, Boston 9, Mass.

2. Neil G. Greensides

Room 1900, 14 Wall Street, New York, New Jersey, New York 5, N. Y. Delaware, Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands

3. Gilbert E. Mounts

City National Bank Ohio, Pennsylvania Building, 20 East Broad Street, Columbus 15, Ohio

4. Robert N. McLeod

200 The Bank of Virginia Building, Fourth and Grace Streets, Richmond 19, Va.

5. John E. Freeman

Fifth floor, 114 Marietta Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi St., N. W., Atlanta 3, Ga.

6. Charles M. Dunn

1059 Arcade Building, St. Louis 1, Mo.

Kentucky, Tennessee, Missouri, Arkansas

7. Raby L. Hopkins

715 Tenney Building, Madison 3, Wis.

Indiana, Michigan, Wisconsin

8. Eugene R. Gover

164 W. Jackson Blvd., Chicago 4, 111.

Illinois, Iowa

9. Charles F. Alden

1200 Minnesota Building, St. Paul 1, Minn.

Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, Montana

10. George M. Hirning

1201 Federal Reserve Bank Building, Kansas City 6, Mo.

Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma, Colorado, Wyoming

11. Lloyd Thomas

Federal Reserve Bank Building, Station K, Dallas 13, Texas

Louisiana, Texas, New Mexico, Arizona

12. David A. Linder

Suite 1120, 315 Mont­ gomery Street, San Francisco 4, Calif.

Idaho, Utah, Nevada, Washington, Oregon, Cali­ fornia, Alaska, Hawaii

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut

District of Columbia, Mary­ land, Virginia, West Vir­ ginia, North Carolina, South Carolina

FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION DISTRICTS

DISTRICT 2 Includes PUERTO RICO a VIRGIN ISLANDS DISTRICT 4 Includes DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA DISTRICT 12 Includes HAWAII a ALASKA

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

CONTENTS Summary...................................................................................................................

Page xix

PART ONE OPERATIONS OF THE CORPORATION Deposit insurance coverage..................................................................................... Supervisory activities.............................................................................................. Action to protect depositors in failing banks........................................................ Finances of the Corporation................................................................................... Legal developments.................................................................................................. Organization and personnel.....................................................................................

3 4 9 11 17 18

PART TWO BANKING DEVELOPMENTS Number of banks and their insurance status........................................................ Bank assets............................................................................................................... Bank deposits........................................................................................................... Bank capital............................................................................................................. Income of insured banks.........................................................................................

25 27 31 33 35

PART THREE DEPOSIT ACCOUNTS AND INSURANCE COVERAGE Special calls for deposit information....................................................................... Accounts and deposits, all insured banks, September 21, 1955........................... Changes in accounts and deposits in insured banks, special call dates, 1934-1955 Detailed statistics.................................................................................................... Instructions for preparation of summary of deposits........................................... Detailed tables..........................................................................................................

47 48 54 57 59 62

PART FOUR LEGISLATION AND REGULATIONS Federal legislation.................................................................................................... Rules and regulations of the Corporation.............................................................. State banking legislation.........................................................................................

99 99 101

PART FIVE STATISTICS OF BANKS AND DEPOSIT INSURANCE Number, offices, and deposits of operating banks................................................. Assets and liabilities of operating banks................................................................ Earnings, expenses, and dividends of insured banks............................................ Deposit insurance disbursements............................................................................

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

IX

106 120 132 160

LIST OF CHARTS Organization chart of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.....................

Page iv

Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation districts (map).......................................

vi i

A.

Percentage of banks of deposit in each State which were insured, December 31, 1955..........................................................................................................

3

B.

The deposit insurance fund and insured deposits, September 21, 1 9 5 5 ....

17

C.

Capital ratios of all operating banks, 1926-1935 and 1946-1955..................

35

D.

Assets and income, insured commercial and mutual savings banks, 19471955................................................................................................................

36

E.

Loans and securities and income from them, insured banks, 1947-1955..

37

F.

Assets, capital, and net profits, insured commercial banks, 1947-1955....

43

G.

Proportion of accounts fully protected and deposits insured, all insured banks, by size of bank, September 21, 1955..............................................

49

H.

Proportion of accounts fully protected and deposits insured, all insured banks, by type of account, September 21, 1955.....................................

50

I.

Selected percentage distributions of insured deposits and insured banks, September 21, 1955..................................................................................... .

52

J.

Accounts fully protected and deposits insured with maximum coverage for each depositor of $10,000, $25,000, and $100,000, all insured banks, September 21, 1955.......................................................................................

53

K.

Accounts in all insured banks, special call dates, 1936-1955........................

56

L.

Insured deposits, special call dates, 1934-1955..............................................

57

L I S T OF T A B L E S PART ONE OPERATIONS OF THE CORPORATION S u p e r v is o r y

a c t iv it ie s :

1. Bank examination activities of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corpo­ ration in 1954 and 1955............................................................................... 2. Unsafe or unsound banking practices and violations of law charged against seven banks by the Corporation during 1955............................................ 3. Actions to terminate insured status of banks charged with unsafe or unsound banking practices or violations of law or regulations, 1936-1955. 4. Applications acted upon by the Board of Directors of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation during 1955............................................................ A c t io n

4 5 6 7

t o p r o t e c t d e p o s it o r s i n f a i l i n g b a n k s :

5. Analysis of disbursements and recoveries of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation in transactions for protection of depositors and to facilitate termination of liquidations, 1934-1955....................................................... F in a n c e s

of th e

C o r p o r a t io n :

6. Income and expenses of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation and changes in the deposit insurance fund for the year ended December 31, 1955......................................................................................................... 7. Administrative and operating expenses of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation for the year ended December 31, 1955.................................

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

10

x

12 13

LIST OF TABLES

xi

Page 8. Determination and distribution of net assessment income of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation for the year ended December 31, 1955.. 9. Income and expenses of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, by years, from beginning of operations, September 11, 1933 to December 31, 1955, adjusted to December 31, 1955................................................... 10. Assets and liabilities of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, December 31, 1955....................................................................................... 11. Insured deposits and the deposit insurance fund, 1934-1955....................... O r g a n i z a t io n

13 14 15 16

and personnel:

12. Number of officers and employees of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, December 31, 1955................................................................. 13. Results of the Corporation’s educational program for examiners, 1946-1955. 14. Audit report of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation for the year ended June 30, 1955.....................................................................................

19 20 20

PART TWO BANKING DEVELOPMENTS N

umber

of

banks

and

t h e ir

in su r a n c e

status:

15. Number and changes in banking offices in the United States (continental U. S. and other areas), 1946-1955............................................................... 16. Analysis of changes in the number of banking offices in the United States (continental U. S. and other areas), 1947-1955......................................... 17. Number and deposits of all banks in the United States (continental U. S. and other areas), December 31, 1955.......................................................... Bank

26 27

assets:

18. Percentage changes in assets, all banks in the United States (continental U. S. and other areas), years and half-years, 1927-1935 and 1947-1955.. 19. Distribution of assets of all banks in the United States (continental U. S. and other areas), December 31, 1946 and 1955, and annual percentage changes, 1947-1955....................................................................................... 20. Distribution of loans of all banks in the United States (continental U. S. and other areas), December 31, 1946 and 1955, and annual percentage changes, 1947-1955....................................................................................... 21. Distribution of “ other loans to individuals” of insured commercial banks in the United States (continental U. S. and other areas), December 31, 1946 and 1955, and annual percentage changes, 1947-1955................. 22. Distribution of assets of all banks in the United States (continental U. S. and other areas), by type and insurance status of banks, December 31, 1955................................................................................................................ Bank

25

28 29 29 30 31

d e p o s it s :

23. Percentage changes in deposits of all banks in the United States (continental U. S. and other areas), years and half-years, 1927-1935 and 1947-1955.. 24. Distribution of deposits of all banks in the United States (continental U. S. and other areas), December 31, 1946 and 1955, and annual percentage changes, 1947-1955....................................................................................... 25. Deposits of all banks in the United States (continental U. S. and other areas), by type and insurance status of banks, December 31, 1955, and percentage changes during 1955 and from 1946 to 1955........................... 26. Total capital accounts of all banks in the United States (continental U. S. and other areas), by type and insurance status of banks, December 31, 1946 and 1955, average annual percentage change, 1947-1955, and ratios to assets and deposits, 1946, 1954, and 1955............................................. Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

32 32 34

34

XII

FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION

Page I ncome

of

banks:

in s u r e d

27. Sources and disposition of total income, insured banks in the United States (continental U. S. and other areas), 1947, 1954, and 1955..................... 28. Average rates of income, insured banks, 1947-1955...................................... 29. Expense ratios and interest paid on deposits, insured banks, 1947-1955.. 30. Gains and allowance for losses on assets disposed of or revalued, insured commercial banks, 1948, 1954, and 1955.................................................... 31. Reserves for losses on loans and on securities, insured commercial banks in the United States (continental U. S. and other areas), 1948-1955.......... 32. Disposition of net profits, insured commercial banks in the United States (continental U. S. and other areas), 1947-1955.........................................

36 38 40 41 42 43

PART THREE DEPOSIT ACCOUNTS AND INSURANCE COVERAGE S p e c ia l

calls

for

d e p o s it

in f o r m a t io n :

33. Accounts and deposits, all insured banks, September 21, 1955.......... C hanges

in

accounts

and

d e p o s it s

in

in s u r e d

banks:

34. Accounts and deposits in all insured banks, special call dates, 1934-1955.. D

e t a il e d

tables:

D

i s t r i b u t io n

of

accounts

48

and

d e p o s it s , a l l

55

in s u r e d

bank s:

35. Accounts fully and partially protected and deposits insured, September 21, 1955 Banks grouped by Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation district and State........................................................................................................ 36. Accounts fully and partially protected and deposits insured, all insured banks, September 21, 1955 Banks grouped by amount of deposit, population of center in which located, class, and percent of deposits insured; and accounts grouped by type.................................................................................................... D

e t a il e d

tables:

d i s t r i b u t io n

of

accounts

of

in s u r e d

62

64

c o m m e r c ia l

BANKS ACCORDING TO SIZE OF ACCOUNT*.

37. Distribution of accounts according to size, insured commercial banks, September 21, 1955 Banks grouped by Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation district and State........................................................................................................

66

38. Distribution of accounts according to size, insured commercial banks, September 21, 1955 Banks grouped by amount of deposits, population of center in which located, class, and percent of deposits insured; and accounts grouped by type....................................................................................................

68

39. Distribution of demand accounts of individuals, partnerships, and cor­ porations, according to size of account, insured commercial banks, September 21, 1955 Banks grouped by Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation district and State........................................................................................................

70

40. Distribution of savings and time accounts of individuals, partnerships, and corporations, according to size of account, insured commercial banks, September 21, 1955 Banks grouped by Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation district and State........................................................................................................

72

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

LIST OF TABLES

41. Distribution of demand accounts of individuals, partnerships, and cor­ porations, according to size of account, insured commercial banks, September 21, 1955 Banks grouped by amount of deposits....................................................... 42. Distribution of savings and time accounts of individuals, partnerships, and corporations, according to size of account, insured commercial banks, September 21, 1955 Banks grouped by amount of deposits....................................................... D

e t a i l e d t a b l e s : d i s t r i b u t io n

o f d e p o s it s i n i n s u r e d c o m m e r c ia l b a n k s

ACCORDING TO SIZE OF ACCOUNT:

43. Distribution of deposits according to size of account, insured commercial banks, September 21, 1955 Banks grouped by Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation district and State........................................................................................................ 44. Distribution of deposits according to size of account, insured commercial banks, September 21, 1955 Banks grouped by amount of deposits, population of center in which located, class, and percent of deposits insured; and accounts grouped by type.................................................................................................... 45. Distribution of demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and cor­ porations, according to size of account, insured commercial banks, September 21, 1955 Banks grouped by Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation district and State........................................................................................................ 46. Distribution of savings and time deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations, according to size of account, insured commercial banks, September 21, 1955 Banks grouped by Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation district and State........................................................................................................ 47. Distribution of demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and cor­ porations, according to size of account, insured commercial banks, September 21, 1955 Banks grouped by amount of deposits....................................................... 48. Distribution of savings and time deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations, according to size of account, insured commercial banks, September 21, 1955 Banks grouped by amount of deposits...................................................... D

e t a il e d

tables:

d i s t r i b u t io n

of

accounts

and

d e p o s it s

by

siz e

of

ACCOUNT, INSURED MUTUAL SAVINGS B AN KS:

49. Distribution of accounts according to size, insured mutual savings banks, September 21, 1955 Banks grouped by Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation district, State, amount of deposits1 population of center, and percent of deposits insured; and accounts by type................................................................ 50. Distribution of deposits according to size of account, insured mutual savings banks, September 21, 1955 Banks grouped by Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation district, State, amount of deposits, population of center, and percent of deposits insured; and accounts grouped by type.................................................. D

e t a i l e d t a b l e s : a c c o u n t s f u l l y p r o t e c t e d a n d d e p o s it s i n s u r e d w i t h

SPECIFIED AMOUNTS OF COVERAGE:

51. Accounts fully protected and deposits insured with specified amounts of maximum coverage, insured commercial banks, September 21, 1955 Banks grouped by Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation district and State........................................................................................................ Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

x iv

FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION

Page 52. Accounts fully protected and deposits insured with specified amounts of maximum coverage, insured commercial banks, September 21, 1955 Banks grouped by amount of deposits, population of center in which located, class, and percent of deposits insured; and accounts grouped by type..................................................................................................... 53. Accounts fully protected and deposits insured with specified amounts of maximum coverage, insured mutual savings banks, September 21, 1955 Banks grouped by Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation district, State, amount of deposit, population of center in which located, and percent of deposits insured; and accounts grouped by type................. 54. Distribution of insured banks grouped by percentage of deposits insured under specified amounts of maximum coverage, September 21, 1955..

92

94 96

PART FIVE STATISTICS OF BANKS AND DEPOSIT INSURANCE N

umber,

o f f ic e s , a n d

d e p o s it s

of

o p e r a t in g

banks:

Explanatory note...................................................................................................... 101. Changes in number and classification of operating banks and branches in the United States (continental U. S. and other areas) during 1955.. 102. Number of operating banks and branches in the United States (continental U. S. and other areas), December 31, 1955 Grouped according to insurance status and class of bank, and by State and type of office................................................................................... 103. Number and deposits of operating banks in the United States (continental U. S. and other areas), December 31, 1955 Banks grouped according to insurance status and by district and State.. A ssets

and

l ia b il it ie s

of

o p e r a t in g

107. Assets and liabilities of operating insured banks in the United States (continental U. S. and other areas), December 31, 1955, June 30, 1955, and December 31, 1954.............................................................................. expenses, and

d iv id e n d s

108

110

118

banks:

Explanatory note...................................................................................................... 104. Assets and liabilities of operating banks in the United States (continental U. S. and other areas), June 30, 1955 Banks grouped according to insurance status and type of bank.............. 105. Assets and liabilities of operating banks in the United States (continental U. S. and other areas), December 31, 1955 Banks grouped according to insurance status and type of bank......... 106. Assets and liabilities of operating banks in the United States (continental U. S. and other areas), December 31, 1955 Banks grouped by district and State........................................................

E a r n in g s ,

106

of

in s u r e d

120

122

124

126

128

bank s:

Explanatory note......................................................................................................

132

108. Earnings, expenses, and dividends of insured commercial banks in the United States (continental U. S. and other areas), 1947-1955...............

134

109. Ratios of earnings, expenses, and dividends of insured commercial banks in the United States (continental U. S. and other areas), 1947-1955.. 110. Earnings, expenses, and dividends of insured commercial banks in the United States (continental U. S. and other areas), 1955 By class of bank....................................................................................... 111. Ratios of earnings, expenses, and dividends of insured commercial banks in the United States (continental U. S. and other areas), 1955 By class of bank....................................................................................... Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

136

138

140

LIST OF TABLES

XV

Page 112. Earnings, expenses, and dividends of insured commercial banks operating throughout 1955 in the United States (continental U. S. and other areas) Banks grouped according to amount of deposits..................................... 11 3 . Ratios of earnings, expenses, and dividends of insured commercial banks operating throughout 1955 in the United States (continental U. S. and other areas) Banks grouped according to amount of deposits...................................... 114. Earnings, expenses, and dividends of insured commercial banks in the United States (continental U. S. and other areas), by State, 1 9 5 5 .... 115. Income, expenses, and dividends of insured mutual savings banks, 1951-1955..................................................................................................... 116. Ratios of income, expenses, and dividends of insured mutual savings banks, 1951-1955......................................................................................... D

e p o s it

in s u r a n c e

14 4

146 156 158

d isb u r s e m e n t s:

Explanatory note...................................................................................................... 117. Disbursements, deposits, and depositors in insured banks placed in re­ ceivership and in insured banks of which deposits were assumed by another insured bank with the financial aid of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, 1934-1955 Banks grouped by class of bank, year of receivership or deposit assump­ tion, amount of deposits, and State...................................................... 118. Assets and liabilities, at date of closing, of insured banks placed in re­ ceivership and of insured banks of which deposits were assumed by another insured bank with the financial aid of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, 1934-1955............................................................ 119. Name, location, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation disbursement, and assets and liabilities, insured banks placed in receivership or of which deposits were assumed by another insured bank with the financial aid of the Corporation, 1955..................................................................... 120. Recoveries and losses by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation on potentially recoverable disbursements for protection of depositors in insured banks placed in receivership and in insured banks of which deposits were assumed by another insured bank with the financial aid of the Corporation, 1934-1955...................................................................

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

142

160

162

164

165

166

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

SUMMARY

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Su m m a r y

At the end of 1955 nearly 95 percent of the banks of deposit in the United States were insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. The accounts in these banks numbered approximately 130 million, and about 98 percent of these were within the insurance limit of $10,000. The amount of deposits insured was estimated at $116 billion, or about 55 percent of total deposits in the insured banks. (P. 3). During 1955 the Corporation brought charges against seven banks for continuing to engage in unsafe or unsound practices or violations of law. During the year disbursements by the Corporation to protect depositors were made in five banks, bringing to 429 the total number of banks in which such disbursements have been made since the beginning of the Corporation’s operations in 1934. (Pp. 5 and 9). The deposit insurance fund, or assets of the Corporation in excess of its liabilities, amounted at the end of the year to $1,640 million. This was equal to 0.77 percent of the total deposits of insured banks, or 1.41 percent of insured deposits. (P. 16). Assets of all operating banks increased during 1955 by 4.5 percent and deposits by 4.4 percent. These percentage increases were slightly smaller than in the previous year, but were a little larger than the average annual increases since 1946. As in other years, there was a large variation in the change in holdings of different types of assets, some types increasing much more rapidly than total assets, and other types less rapidly or declining. (Pp. 27-31). The total income of insured commercial banks was about 3 percent larger, and that of mutual savings banks about 5 percent larger, than in the previous year. As in other years, income from loans and securities constituted about four-fifths of the current income of insured com­ mercial banks, and their current operating expenses were about twothirds of current operating earnings. Net profits of the insured commercial banks, after income taxes, were nearly 8 percent of the banks’ total capital accounts. About half of the net profits were used for dividends to stockholders. (Pp. 35, 37, 43). Reports from insured banks for September 21, 1955, show that all size groups of banks have about the same percentage of their accounts fully protected by insurance, but the small banks have a substantially larger percentage of their deposits insured than do the large banks. There is considerable range in the percentages of deposits in various types of accounts that are insured, with a coverage of more than 90 percent for savings and time deposits, but less than half for all other types of ac­ counts. (Pp. 49, 64-65).

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

xix

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

PART ONE OPERATIONS OF THE CORPORATION

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

D e p o s it I n s u r a n c e

C overage

Participation of banks in Federal deposit insurance. At the end of 1955, 13,457 banks, or nearly 95 percent of the banks of deposit in the United States, were insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. This percentage was slightly higher than at the end of 1954. In 36 States and the District of Columbia 95 percent or more of the banks of deposit were insured; and in 12 of these States and the District of Columbia all such banks were insured. The percentages of banks of deposit in each State insured by the Corporation are shown in Chart A. Chart A. W

P e r c e n t a g e o f B a n k s o f D e p o s it i n E a c h S t a t e h ic h W e r e I n s u r e d , D e c e m b e r 31, 1955

Accounts and deposits of insured banks. Accounts in insured banks numbered approximately 130 million at the end of 1955. About 98 percent of these accounts were within the insurance limit of $10,000. Although Federal deposit insurance applies to individual depositors rather than to accounts, it is believed that the percentage of depositors fully protected was substantially the same. Deposits in insured banks totaled $212 billion on December 31, 1955. Despite the fact that 98 percent of the accounts were fully protected, there were substantial uninsured balances in the relatively few large accounts. As a result, insured deposits at the end of 1955 were estimated at $116 billion, or about 55 percent of total deposits.

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

3

4

FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION

S u p e r v is o r y

A c t iv it ie s

Bank examinations. A vital part of the Corporation's activities in protecting depositors is the examination of insured banks. During 1955 the Corporation's examiners made 6,896 examinations, most of them of insured banks not members of the Federal Reserve System. Other insured banks were examined by examiners representing the Comptroller of the Currency or the Federal Reserve banks. The reports of these examinations, with those of the Corporation's examiners, were reviewed by the Washington staff of the Corporation. It is the policy of the Corporation to make an annual examination of each insured bank not a member of the Federal Reserve System. More frequent examinations are made where special problems or un­ sound conditions exist; and occasionally the Corporation examines an insured bank normally examined by another Federal supervisory agency. Along with these examinations, the Corporation conducts investigations of proposed new banks or branches; this phase of activity increased appreciably in 1955. The extent and types of activity of the Division of Examination in 1954 and 1955 are indicated in Table 1. T a b le 1 . B a n k E x a m i n a t i o n A c t i v i t i e s o f t h e F e d e r a l D e p o s i t I n s u r a n c e C o r p o r a t i o n in 195 4 a n d 195 5 Number Examination Activity

6,896

6,839

6,636 222 38

6,630 168 41

Investigations— to ta l.......................................................................................... New bank investigations................................................................................... New branch investigations................................................................................

410 234 176

274 143 131

Review of reports of examination of insured banks— to ta l............... National banks.................................................................................................... State banks members of Federal Reserve System.................................... . State banks not members of Federal Reserve System............................

13,520 4,862 1,901 6,757

14,897 5,665 2,131 7,101

Bank examina tions— to ta l............................................................................... Regular examinations of insured banks not members of Federal Reserve System................................................................................................................ Special examinations.......................................................................................... Entrance examinations of operating noninsured banks.............................

Citations for unsafe and unsound banking practices and viola­ tions of law. When examination of a bank reveals unsafe or unsound banking practices or a violation of law or regulations, the examiner confers with the officials of the bank and its board of directors. The necessary corrections are usually forthcoming. However, where such practices or violations persist, the Corporation has a legal duty imposed upon it by Section 8(a) of the Federal Deposit Insurance Act to institute proceedings for the involuntary termination of the insured status of such bank. Proceedings are initiated only after every effort has been made through cooperation with the bank to obtain the observance of Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

SUPERVISORY ACTIVITIES

5

sound and lawful procedures; for the primary purpose of such proceedings is to secure discontinuance of the unsound and unlawful practices. The charges brought against seven banks cited in 1955 are sum­ marized in Table 2. The charges cannot be completely categorized; for a practice specified in one case may in another case have been unspecified although implicit in a broader charge. Table 2. Law

U n sa f e or U n so u n d B a n k in g C h a r g e d a g a in s t Se v e n B a n k s b y

Type of practice or violation

P r a c t ic e s a n d V i o l a t i o n s o f C o r p o r a t io n D u r i n g 1955

th e

Number of banks charged

Case identification letters

Capital: Impaired capital or surplus............................................. Inadequate capital structure........................................... Loans and investm ents: Carrying of adversely classified assets approximating total book capital account............................................... Concentration of bank’s funds in large lines of credit to a single borrower.......................................................... Concentration of loans in a line of credit adversely classified by examiners..................................................... Continued carrying of large volume of overdue loans.. Excessive amount of criticized assets............................... Excessive volume of loans in relation to total assets.. Granting of credit in form of an overdraft..................... Improvident loans or loans involving undue credit risks................................................................................... Lax and hazardous credit and collection policies.. . Loans to borrowers whose loans have previously been adversely classified.......................................... . .............. Loans to financially involved borrowers ........................ M anagem ent: Dissipation of capital by unwarranted dividends.......... Failure to maintain proper bank records......................... Failure of Board of Directors to establish compre­ hensive loan policies or to employ capable credit executive in conformance with recommendations of supervisory authorities............................................ Failure to comply with corrective recommendations of supervisory authorities and their respective examiners............................................................................. Failure to maintain adequate credit files and support­ ing instruments on loans.................. ............ ................... Irresponsible, self-serving or hazardous management. . Operation of bank while shortages existed...................... Unwarranted annual salary and bonus payments to former president and controlling stockholder............. Unwarranted use of bank’s credit facilities by officers and directors...................................................................

b b

c c

f d d

e

g

g

Violations of law: Change of location of main office without consent of the Corporation.................................................................. Extension of credit to directors, officers and employees through medium of cash items held to prevent overdrafts...................................................................... .. Failure to maintain legally required reserves.......... .. Illegal loans......................................................................... Official deposit insurance signs not properly displayed Operation of bank without a legally constituted board of directors...................................................................... Violations of other specific State laws.........................

The disposition or status of all cases in which banks have been charged with unsafe and unsound banking practices or violations of law or regula­ tions is shown in Table 3. Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

6

FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION T a b le 3 . w it h

A c t io n s t o T e r m i n a t e I n s u r e d S t a t u s o f B a n k s C h a r g e d U n s a f e o r U n s o u n d B a n k i n g P r a c t ic e s o r V i o l a t i o n s of L a w o r R e g u l a t i o n s , 1 9 3 6 -1 9 5 5

Disposition or status

1936-19551

Pending Jan. 1, 1955

Started during 1955

Total banks against which action was ta k e n .........................

170

12

7

Gases closed........................................................................................... Corrections made................................................................................ Banks absorbed or succeeded by other banks............................. With financial aid of the Corporation.......................................... Without financial aid of the Corporation.................................... Banks suspended prior to setting date of termination of insured status by Corporation................................................ Insured status terminated, or date for such termination set by Corporation, for failure to make corrections......... Banks suspended prior to or on date of termination of insured status.............................................................................................. Banks continued in operationa......................................................

161 50 67 62 5

9 7

1 1

Gases not closed December 31, 1955............................................ Correction period not expired......................................................... Action deferred pending analysis of examination....................... Date set for termination of insured status..................................

32 12

2

9 3

2

9 5 2 2

3 1 1 1

6 4 1 1

1 No action to terminate the insured status of any bank was taken before 1936. In 5 cases where initial action was replaced by action based upon additional charges, only the latter action is included. 2 One of these suspended 4 months after its insured status was terminated.

A bank which has been formally charged with unsafe and unsound practices is afforded a period of time, as prescribed by law, in which to discontinue such practices and make necessary corrections. At the end of this correction period the bank is reexamined. If it is determined that unsafe and unsound practices still persist, the Board of Directors of the Corporation sets the time and place for a hearing, at which the bank is afforded opportunity to show cause why its insured status should not be terminated. At such hearings the bank may present any pertinent evidence, which is then carefully considered by the Board in reaching its decision. During 1955, five such hearings were held, in each of which the charges against the bank were sustained. As of January 1, 1955, there were pending 12 involuntary termination proceedings; during the year seven additional proceedings were instituted. Of these 19 cases, seven were dismissed during the year when the banks involved made the required changes or corrections, and in one other case corrections made after the hearing resulted in dismissal of the pro­ ceedings by the Board. In two cases in which it was necessary to order hearings, the banks suspended on the effective date for termination of their insured status when the State supervisory authority placed them in receivership. In the other two cases in which hearings were ordered, the Board had ordered termination of insured status effective March 1, 1956, but at the end of 1955 it appeared that the banks would make the necessary corrections before the effective date for termination of their insured status. There remained seven other cases pending at the end of 1955. Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

SUPERVISORY ACTIVITIES

7

Admission to insured status. Banks that become members of the Federal Reserve System are insured without application to the Corporation. National banks located outside the 48 States and the District of Columbia which are not members of the Federal Reserve System may become insured upon application by the bank and certification by the Comptroller of the Currency. Other banks of deposit may apply to the Board of Directors of the Corporation for admission to insurance. In the case of a new bank, the Board acts upon an application for admission to insurance only after the bank has obtained a charter, or a commitment for one, from the appropriate State banking authority. During 1955 the Board acted upon 148 applications for admission to insurance; 117 applications were from new banks and 31 from operating banks. Except for 14 applications, all from new banks, all were approved for admission to insurance. Of the 103 new banks approved for admission to insurance, there were 12 each in Florida and Texas, 10 in Illinois, and 5 or more in Iowa, Louisiana, Alabama, Georgia and Oregon. Twelve of the 31 operating banks admitted to insurance were in Kansas.

T a b le 4 .

A p p l ic a t io n s A c t e d U p o n

F ederal D

e p o s it

b y th e

B oard

of

I n s u r a n c e C o r p o r a t io n D

Type of application

D

ir e c t o r s o f t h e

u r in g

Total acted upon

1955

Approved

Dis­ approved

A ll applications....................................................................................

615

576

39

Admission to insurance......................................................................... New banks............................................................................................. Operating banks...................................................................................

148 1171 SI

134 103 31

14 1U

Continuation of insurance of banks withdrawing from F R S. . . .

2

2

Change in type of business— total...................................................... To engage in trust business................................................................ To engage in commercial banking.....................................................

25 21 U

22 18 u

Assumption of deposit liabilities......................................................... Of another insured bank..................................................................... Of a noninsured bank......................................................................... Of a financial institution not a bank................................................

33 22 8 3

33 22 8 3

Establishment of branches— total...................................................... New branch offices................................................................................ New facility.......................................................................................... Conversion of absorbed bank or financial institution..................... Other branches.......................................................................................

187 1501 1 27 9

178 U1 1 27 9

9 9

Change of location of offices— total.................................... .............. Main offices........................................................................................... Branches................................................................................................

168 129 39

164 125 39

4 4

Retirement of capital— total................................................................ Held by R FC ........................................................................................ Held by others.......................................................................................

42 2 ho

40 2 38

2

Payment of dividend.............................................................................

3

3

Service of persons convicted of breach of trust..............................

7

1 Excludes actions which were changed or rescinded later in the year.

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

3 3

*

7

8

FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION

Other applications from banks. In addition to the applications for admission to insurance, the Board of Directors acted upon 467 other applications from banks in 1955. Most of these applications were made pursuant to provisions of the Federal Deposit Insurance Act or rules and regulations of the Corporation. A few were for modification of agreements previously made by the bank with the Corporation. The various types of applications acted upon by the Board of Directors in 1955 and the Board’s decisions regarding them are presented in Table 4. Reports from banks. The reports which banks are required to submit to the Corporation provide information useful both to the banks and to the supervisory authorities. All insured banks were required to submit statements of their assets and liabilities as of June 30 and December 31, 1955, and statements of their earnings, expenses, and dividends for the calendar year 1955. National banks and all banks in the District of Columbia submitted the reports to the Comptroller of the Currency; State banks belonging to the Federal Reserve System sent their reports to the respective Federal Reserve banks; all other insured banks made their reports to the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. Each of the Federal agencies tabulates and summarizes the data reported to it and makes the results available to the other agencies. Supplementing the reports from insured banks, the Corporation, by inter-agency agreement, gathers and prepares statistics of assets and liabilities of noninsured banks and trust companies, and provides the only complete statistical series for assets and liabilities of all operating banks. Reports relating to noninsured banks as of June 30 and December 31, 1955, were obtained through the assistance of State banking au­ thorities and of officials of unincorporated banks or other banking institutions not under Federal or State supervision. In addition to the regular calls, a special request for deposit information from all insured banks was made by this Corporation on September 21, 1955. This was the first such request since September 19, 1951. Like that one, its primary purpose was to assist in estimating the contingent liability of the Corporation in insuring bank deposits. The data on assets and liabilities, and on earnings and expenses of banks, are discussed in Part Two of this report, and shown in the sta­ tistical tables of Part Five. Results and analysis of the special request for deposit information as of September 21, 1955, are presented in Part Three of this report. Tabulations of the reports of assets and liabilities of all banks and of insured banks classified by State and class of bank are published by the Corporation in separate reports. Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

ACTION TO PROTECT DEPOSITORS IN FAILING BANKS

A c t io n t o

P r o t e c t D e p o s it o r s in

F a il in g

9

B anks

Disbursements for protection of depositors in 1955. Notwith­ standing all the measures taken to assure sound banks, some banks nevertheless experience financial difficulties sufficiently serious to require disbursements by the Corporation to protect depositors. During 1955 the Corporation made disbursements to protect depositors of five insured banks, one each in California, Maine, and Texas, and two in Idaho. In two of the banks there were serious financial irregularities; two others were the victims of large defalcations; and one of the banks discontinued operation because of a deteriorating asset situation resulting from adverse local economic conditions. The five banks together had about 18,000 depositors with deposits totaling $12.0 million. Four of the banks were closed by the appropriate supervisory au­ thority, and the Corporation moved in promptly and began to pay de­ positors the amount of their insured deposits. In all four cases the Corpo­ ration was appointed receiver. In the case of the fifth bank, the deposit liabilities were assumed by another insured bank, with the Corporation purchasing those assets of the discontinuing bank which were not ac­ ceptable for transfer to the assuming bank. For these assets the Corpo­ ration paid cash equal to the difference between the bank’s deposit liabilities and the acceptable assets. Disbursements in the five cases totaled $6.8 million at the end of 1955. The assets acquired by the Corporation, as receiver or purchaser, in the five cases are being liquidated as opportunities arise to minimize losses without undue disruption of credit conditions in the various communities. It was expected at the end of 1955 that losses to the Corpo­ ration in the five cases, exclusive of costs incurred in paying claims, would be slightly in excess of $600,000. Disbursements for protection of depositors, 1934-1955. From the beginning of deposit insurance to the end of 1955 the Corporation disbursed funds to protect depositors of 429 banks. The four banks placed in receivership in 1955 brought the number of receivership cases to 249. In the remaining 180 cases, the Corporation made loans to or purchased assets of the financially distressed banks, thereby facilitating assumption of their deposits by other insured banks. In all the cases combined there were over 1.4 million deposit accounts and $571.9 million of deposits. In fulfilling its responsibility to depositors in these cases, the Corpo­ ration had disbursed or provided for disbursements of $336.2 million by the end of 1955; an additional $1.6 million was disbursed to facilitate termination of liquidations. Except for certain administrative expenses Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

10

FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION

totaling $1.0 million, all disbursements by the Corporation are subject to recovery from the proceeds of liquidation, insofar as this is possible. The different types of disbursements and related data concerning re­ coveries and losses by the Corporation are presented in Table 5. T a b le 5. A n a l y s is o f D is b u r s e m e n t s a n d R e c o v e r ie s of t h e F e d e r a l D e p o s it I n s u r a n c e C o r p o r a t io n i n T r a n s a c t i o n s f o r P r o t e c t io n o f D e p o s it o r s a n d t o F a c il i t a t e T e r m i n a t i o n o f L i q u i d a t i o n s , 1 9 3 4 -1 9 5 5 (In thousands) Transactions for protection of depositors Disbursements potentially recoverable Item

Total Total (429 banks)

Disbursem ents........................ Principal.................................. Liquidation expenses............ Advances for asset protection............................ Payoff expenses..................... Other deposit insurance expenses...............................

$337,737 290,073 14,136

$335,110 288,727 13,960

$243,686 197,303 13,960

32,509 874

32,423

32,423

Estimated future recoveries of disbursem ents........... Deposit insurance losses. . . On potentially recoverable disbursements. .............. On other transactions.. . .

$91,424 91,424

Disburse­ ments not re­ coverable

$1,019

$1,608 1,346 176

874

145

Estimated additional dis­ bursements .................. Recoveries and income to December 31, 1955......... Recoveries of disbursements.................... Profit and net income...........

Deposit Receiver­ assumption ship cases cases (180 (249 banks) banks)

Trans­ actions to facilitate termi­ nation of liquida­ tions

145

107

79

$304,975

$302,740

$227,626

$75,114

$2,235

304,147 828

302,740

227,626

75,114

1,407 828

2,483

$ 1,858

$ 28,108

$ 13,577

$14,531

28,108 409

28,108

13,577

14,531

4,352

Interest and allowable re­ turn collected.............

$

N et loss of fu n d s.

$ 19,752

8,765

$

4,341

$

79

$ 28,517

$

$

$

8,765

$

8,418

$

$ 19,343

$

5,159

$14,184

$

28

$

11

$1,047

$ -638i

1,047

-638i

$1,047

$ -638i

347

1 Net profit and net income.

In receivership cases the depositors who are paid by the Corporation assign to it equivalent claims against the receiver of the bank. These entitle the Corporation to receivers' dividends on a parity with similar claims. When the Corporation makes a loan to or purchases assets from an insured bank to facilitate assumption of its deposits by another insured bank, the Corporation is entitled to recover its principal dis­ bursement from liquidation of the assets thereby acquired. In addition, the Corporation may recover its liquidation expenses and advances made to protect the value of assets awaiting liquidation. From any further proceeds the Corporation retains an amount equal to interest or a return on investment of 4 percent on the amounts advanced. Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

ACTION TO PROTECT DEPOSITORS IN FAILING BANKS

11

Finally, if the Corporation purchases the residual assets in order to realize economies from the early termination of a case, all subsequent recoveries on such assets accrue to the Corporation. At the end of 1955 the Corporation had recovered $305.0 million. Ex­ pected additional recoveries of $4.3 million, if realized, would reduce losses on total disbursements to $28.5 million. Allowing further for interest collected on loans and allowable return received on purchased assets, together amounting to $8.8 million, the Corporation's net loss of funds through 1955 is estimated at $19.7 million. Losses o f depositors. Approximately nine-tenths of the total deposits in the four banks which were placed in receivership in 1955 were protected by deposit insurance, enjoyed secured or preferred status, or were offset by debts. Owners of the remaining one-tenth of deposits in the four banks have participated ratably in dividends derived from liquidation of the assets of the banks, paid by the Corporation in its separate capacity as receiver. Further dividends will be paid as additional recoveries are made. All deposit accounts of the insured bank handled by the assumption method in 1955 were fully protected, including those in excess of $10,000. Since the establishment of the Corporation, over 99 percent of all de­ posits in the 429 distressed insured banks have been paid to or recovered by the depositors. In 223 cases, including the 180 assumption cases, no depositor suffered any loss; and in each of 186 other cases depositors as a group lost less than 5 percent. Of the remaining 16 cases which have been terminated, only six entailed losses to depositors greater than 10 percent; and the greatest loss was 24 percent in one of the banks placed in receivership in 1936. In four receivership cases, losses to depositors have not yet been determined.

F in a n c e s o f t h e

C o r p o r a t io n

Sources o f incom e. To fulfill the continuing financial responsibilities of the Corporation, insured banks are required to pay regular assessments. The assessment rate is 1/12 of one percent annually of total deposits less certain authorized exclusions and deductions. Against current assessments the banks are allowed a credit, under terms of the Federal Deposit Insurance Act of 1950, amounting to 60 percent of net assess­ ment income; i.e., assessment income remaining after deduction of insurance losses and operating expenses. The Corporation retains 40 percent of net assessment income. Funds of the Corporation in excess of amounts needed for its opera­ tions have, in accordance with statute, been invested in United States Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

12

FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION

Government securities. Interest on these obligations constitutes an im­ portant secondary source of income. In addition, the Corporation has received some income on assets acquired in connection with the financial assistance it has provided to depositors of distressed banks. Income and its disposition in 1955. Total income of the Corpo­ ration during 1955 was $191.0 million. Of this, $151.4 million represented assessments due; after deducting insurance losses and operating expenses of $9.5 million, net assessment income amounted to $141.9 million, before giving effect to applicable assessment adjustments of $0.3 million. Insured banks received credits for $85.3 million of this adjusted net assessment income, and $56.9 million was retained by the Corporation. This latter amount, together with investment income and adjustments totaling $40.0 million, resulted in an increase of $96.9 million in the deposit insurance fund, raising it to $1,639.6 million at the end of 1955.

T a b le 6.

I ncome

and

C o r p o r a t io n

E xpenses

and

for th e

Y

of the

C hanges ear

F ederal D

in t h e

E nded D

D

e p o s it

ecem ber

e p o s it

I n surance

I nsurance F und

31, 1955

INCOME AN D EXPENSES Net income for the year ended December 31, 1955: Income: Deposit insurance assessments.................................................... Less— net assessment income credit due insured banks, (see table 8 ) ................................................................................. Income from U. S. Government securities. Other income.....................................................

$151,412,379 85,303,489 $ 66,108,890 39,574,978 23,855

Total income. Expenses and losses: Administrative and operating expenses (see table 7). Provision for reserve for insurance losses.................... Other insurance losses and expenses.............................

$ 105,707,723 8,668,047 772,841 94,855

Total expenses and losses.

9,535,743

N et income (addition to the deposit insurance fund) for the year ended December 31, 1955...........................

$

96,171,980

DEPOSIT INSURANCE FUND $1,542,697,382

Deposit insurance fund, December 31, 1954. . Adjustments applicable to periods prior to January 1, 1955 (increasing the fund): By reduction of reserves for insurance losses (net): Applicable to net assessment income................................ Not applicable to net assessment income........................ By additional assessments (net) . . By additional other income (net). Total adjustments.................................................... Deposit insurance fund, December 31, 1954 as adjusted Net income for the year ended December 31, 1955 (see above)addition to the fund................................................................ Deposit insurance fund, December 31, 19551. 1 See footnote 2, Table 10.

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

295,846 37,687 333,533 381,342 4,595 719,470

$1,543,416,852 96,171,980 $1,639,588,832

13

FINANCES OF THE CORPORATION T a b le 7 . A d m i n is t r a t i v e a n d O p e r a t i n g E x p e n s e s o f t h e F e d e r a l D I n s u r a n c e C o r p o r a t io n F o r t h e Y e a r E n d e d D e c e m b e r 3 1 , 1 9 5 5

e p o s it

Personal services........................................................................................................................... Travel.............................................................................................................................................. Transportation of things............................................................................................................. Communication services.............................................................................................................. Rents and utilities........................................................................................................................ Printing and reproduction.......................................................................................................... Supplies and materials................................................................................................................. Equipment....................................................................................... .............................................. Other contractual services..........................................................................................................

$6,154,510 1,561,623 20,461 88,035 417,700 103,031 38,546 91,844 199,287

T o ta l...................................................................................................................... Less: Recoverable expenses and other credits......................................................................

$8,675,037 6,990

Net administrative and operating expenses..................................................................

$8,668,047

The net assessment income credit to banks of $85.3 million is allocated among the insured banks in proportion to their assessments which be­ came due in 1955, and becomes available to them on July 1, 1956, for use in paying current deposit insurance assessments. The credit received by each insured bank is equal to 56.37 percent of its 1955 assessment, approximately the same percentage as in each year since 1950. Income and expenses of the Corporation in 1955 are presented in Table 6. A breakdown of the administrative and operating expenses of the Corporation is shown in Table 7. The computation of net assess­ ment income and its allocation between the Corporation and insured banks are given in Table 8.

T a b le 8 .

D

D i s t r i b u t io n o f N e t A s s e s s m e n t I n c o m e F e d e r a l D e p o s it I n s u r a n c e C o r p o r a t io n f o r t h e Y e a r E n d e d D e c e m b e r 3 1 , 1955

e t e r m in a t io n a n d

of th e

Determination of net assessment incom e: Total assessments which became due during the calendar year................................................................................................ Less: Operating costs and expenses...................................................... Net additions to reserves to provide for insurance losses: Provided in 1955........................................................................ Adjustments to provisions made prior to 1955 (reduction)

$151,412,379 $ $

772,841 295,846

8,668,047 476,995 94,855

Other insurance losses and expenses......................................... $

Total deductions............................................................

9,239,897

$142,172,482

Net assessment income for 1955..................................................... Distribution of net assessment income, December 31, 1955: Net assessment income for 1955: 40 percent transferred to deposit insurance fund.................. Balance credited to insured banks.............................................

$ 56,868,993 85,303,489 $142,172,482

Total.................................................................................

Credit for 1955.................................................................................... Adjustments of credits for prior years..........................................

$85,303,489 50,565

Percent of total assessments be­ coming due in 1955 56.34% .03

Total.................................................................................

$85,354,054

56.37%

Allocation

of net assessment income credit insured banks, December 31, 1955:

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

among

14

FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION

Income and expenses of the Corporation in each year of its operation, and cumulative through December 31, 1955, are shown in Table 9. T a b le 9 . I n c o m e a n d E x p e n s e s o f t h e F e d e r a l D e p o s it I n s u r a n c e C o r p o r a t io n , b y Y e a r s , f r o m B e g i n n i n g o f O p e r a t i o n s , S e p t e m b e r 11, 1933 t o D e c e m b e r 3 1 , 1 9 5 5 , A d ju st e d to D e c e m b e r 3 1 , 1955 (In millions) Income

Year Total

Deposit insurance assess­ ments

Expenses In­ vestments and other sources

Total

Deposit Interest insurance on losses capital and stock8 expenses1

Adminis­ trative and operating expenses

Net income added to deposit insurance fund*

$1,856.3

$1,381.04

$475.3

$216.7

$28.5

$107.6

$1,639.6

1955 1954

105.7 99.6

66.14 62.34

39.6 37.3

9.5 7.8

.8 .1

8.7 7.7

96.2 91.8

1953 1952 1951 1950 1949

94.1 88.6 83.7 84.8 150.9

60.14 57.34 54.24 54.24 122.5

34.0 31.3 29.5 30.6 28.4

7.3 7.8 7.0 7.8 6.4

.1 .8 .1 1.4 .3

7.2 7.0 6.9 6.4 6.1

86.8 80.8 76.7 77.0 144.5

146.9 157.7 130.9 121.2 99.5

119.3 114.4 107.0 93.7 80.9

27.6 43.3 23.9 27.5 18.6

7.3 10.4 10.4 9.7 9.7

.7 .1 .1 .1 .1

.6 4.8 5.8 5.8 5.8

6.0 5.5 4.5 3.8 3.8

139.6 147.3 120.5 111.5 89.8

1943____ 1942 . . . . 1941 1940 . 1939 . . . .

86.7 69.4 62.0 55.9 51.2

70.0 56.5 51.4 46.2 40.7

16.7 12.9 10.6 9.7 10.5

10.2 10.3 10.1 12.9 16.4

.2 .5 .6 3.5 7.2

5.8 5.8 5.8 5.8 5.8

4.2 4.0 3.7 3.6 3.4

76.5 59.1 51.9 43.0 34.8

1938 . ,, 1937 1936 1935 1 933-34..

47.7 48.2 43.8 20.8 7.0

38.3 38.8 35.6 11.5 (6)

9.4 9.4 8.2 9.3 7.0

11.3 12.2 10.9 11.3 10.0

2.5 3.7 2.6 2.8 .2

5.8 5.8 5.8 5.8 5.6

3.0 2.7 2.5 2.7 4.2«

36.4 36.0 32.9 9.5 -3.07

1933-1955

1948 1947 1946 1945 1944

, ,. , , , ,. . , ,

$80.6

1 Includes nonrecoverable expenses incurred pursuant to the insurance of deposits in closed insured banks. 2 Paid in 1950 and 1951, but allocated among years to which it applies. Initial capital of $289 million was retired by payments to the United States Treasury in 1947 and 1948. * The amounts shown herein give effect to adjustments to the deposit insurance fund in the years to which they are applicable, whereas the amounts of the Fund shown in Table 11 represent the Fund as reported on the dates specified. Hence the deposit insurance fund reported in Table 11 cannot be computed by annual addition of income reported herein, except for the Fund as of December 31, 1955. 4 Net after deducting the portion of net assessment income credited to insured banks, pursuant to provisions of the Federal Deposit Insurance Act of 1950. 6 Assessments collected from insured banks, members of the temporary insurance funds which be­ came insured under the permanent plan, were credited to their accounts in total at the termination of the temporary funds, and were applied toward payment of subsequent assessments becoming due under the permanent insurance fund, resulting in no income to the Corporation from assessments during the existence of the temporary insurance funds. • Net after deducting the portion of expenses and losses charged to banks withdrawing from the temporary insurance funds on June 30, 1934. 7 Deduction.

Assets and liabilities, December 31, 1955. The assets of the Corpo­ ration on December 31, 1955, totaled $1,734.1 million. Nearly all, or $1,725.5 million, consisted of United States Government securities and accrued interest thereon; $4.1 million was represented by cash and $4.5 million by assets acquired in receivership and deposit assumption trans­ actions and other assets. Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

15

F IN A N C E S OF T H E CO R PO R ATIO N

Liabilities of the Corporation at the end of 1955 totaled $94.5 million and consisted principally of net assessment income credits due insured banks. The excess of the Corporation’s assets over its liabilities, amount­ ing at the end of 1955 to $1,639.6 million, constitutes the Corporation’s resources in fulfilling the deposit insurance obligation. It is authorized to borrow from the United States Treasury an amount not exceeding $3 billion outstanding at any one time, if needed for insurance purposes, a power so far unused. The assets and liabilities of the Corporation on December 31, 1955, are given in Table 10.

T a b le 1 0.

A ssets

and

L ia b il it ie s

C o r p o r a t io n , D

of th e

F ederal D

ecem ber

e p o s it

I nsurance

3 1 , 195 5

ASSETS Cash........................................................................................................... U. S. Government obligations: Securities at amortized cost (face value $1,724,900,000; market or redemption value, $1,690,591,781)........................ Accrued interest receivable..............................................................

4,131,332 $1,719,725,554 5,747,065

Assets acquired in receivership and deposit assumption trans­ actions: Subrogated claims of depositors against closed banks......... Net insured balances of depositors in closed banks, to be subrogated when paid— contra............................................... Loans on assets............................................................................... Assets purchased under agreements to return any excess recovery to selling banks......................................................... Other purchased assets.................................................................

1,725,472,619

2,131,256 79,436 2,233,865 9,258,693 15,800 13,719,050 9,366,975

Less— reserves for losses...............................................................

4,352,075

Deferred charges and sundry assets............................................... Furniture, fixtures, and equipment...............................................

140,757

Total assets..............................................................

$1,734,096,784

1

LIABILITIES1 Accounts payable and miscellaneous accrued liabilities........... Earnest money, escrow funds, and collections held for others Accrued annual leave of employees............................................... Due insured banks: Net assessment income credits available July 1, 1956......... Other..................................................................................................

$

85,354,054 7,365,266

$

503,240 164,702 1,007,353

$

92,719,320 5,948 79,436 27,953

Deferred credits.................................................................................. Net insured balances of depositors in closed banks— contra. . Reserve for deposit insurance expenses........................................ Total liabilities.......................................................

$

94,507,952

DEPOSIT INSURANCE FUND Fund (see Table 6)*..........................................................................

1,639,588,832

T otal liabilities and fu n d ..................................

$1,734,096,784

1 Capital stock was retired by payments to the United States Treasury in 1947 and 1948, pursuant to the Acts of August 5, 1947 (61 Stat. 773) and June 29, 1948 (62 Stat. 1,092). 2 The deposit insurance fund represents the cumulative net income (surplus) of the Corporation from its inception to December 31, 1955. For the protection of depositors, in addition to this fund, the Corporation is authorized to borrow up to three billion dollars from the United States Treasury when in the judgment of the Board of Directors such funds are required for insurance purposes.

The insurance fund and insured deposits. The ratio of the deposit insurance fund to insured deposits has increased slightly in the last few Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION

16

years, but is smaller than at the beginning of deposit insurance in 1934. At the end of 1955 the fund amounted to 1.4 percent of insured deposits, as compared with 1.9 percent at mid-year 1934. The relationship of the deposit insurance fund to insured deposits and to total deposits for each mid-year and year-end date since 1934 is shown in Table 11. Table 11.

I nsured

D

e p o s it s

and

the

Deposits in Insured banks (in millions) Date Total

D

e p o s it

I nsurance

Percent of deposits insured

Deposit insurance fund (in millions)

Insured1

3 1 ............................... 3 0 ............................... 3 1 ............................... 3 0 ...............................

$212,226 200,764 203,195 191,652

$116,380 110,437* 110,973* 105,0312

1953 Dec. 3 1 ............................... June 3 0 ............................... 1952 Dec. 3 1 ............................... June 3 0 ............................... 1951 Dec. 3 1 ............................... June 3 0 ............................... 1950 Dec. 3 1 ............................... June 3 0 ............................... 1949 Dec. 3 0 ............................... June 3 0 ...............................

193,466 181,740 188,142 176,703 178,540 164,608 167,818 156,120 156,786 148,657

105,610* 100,743* 101,842* 96,215* 96,713 89,753 91,359 76,891 76,589 74,212

54.6 55.4 54.1 54.4 54.2 54.5 54.4 49.3 48.8 49.9

1948 Dec. 3 1 ............................... June 3 0 ............................... 1947 Dec. 3 1 ............................... June 3 0 ............................... 1946 Dec. 3 1 ............................... June 3 0 ............................... 1945 Dec. 3 1 ............................... June 3 0 ............................... 1944 Dec. 3 1 .............................. June 3 0 ..............................

153,454 148,562 154,096 145,597 148,458 151,628 158,174 143,953 134,662 122,415

75,320 73,705 76,254 74,097 73,759 70,486 67,021 60,373 56,398 50,542

1943 Dec. June 1942 Dec. June 1941 Dec. June 1940 Dec. June 1939 Dec. June

3 1 ............................... 3 0 ............................... 3 1 ............................... 3 0 ............................... 3 1 ............................... 3 0 .............................. 3 1 .............................. 3 0 ............................... 3 1 .............................. 3 0 ...............................

111,650 97,321 89,869 73,027 71,209 67,419 65,288 59,853 57,485 53,573

1938 Dec. June 1937 Dec. June 1936 Dec. June 1935 Dec. June 1934 Dec. June

3 1 .............................. 3 0 ............................... 3 1 .............................. 3 0 ............................... 3 1 ............................... 8 0 ............................... 3 1 ............................... 3 0 ............................... 3 1 ............................... 3 0 ...............................

50,791 48,469 48,228 48,832 50,281 47,637 45,125 41,378 40,060 36,873

1955 Dec. June 1954 Dec. June

54.8% 55.0 54.6 54.8

F und,

1934-1955

Ratio of deposit insurance fund to— Total deposits

Insured deposits

.77% .79 .76 .78

1.41% 1.44 1.39 1.43

1,450.7 1,406.6 1,363.5 1,322.5 1,282.2 1,243.8 1,243.9 1,277.1 1,203.9 1,134.2

.75 .77 .72 .75 .72 .76 .74 .82 .77 .76

1.37 1.40 1.34 1.37 1.33 1.39 1.36 1.66 1.57 1.53

49.1 49.6 49.5 50.9 49.7 46.5 42.4 41.9 41.9 41.3

1,065.9 1,007.4 1,006.1 1,133.7 1,058.5 992.7 929.2 868.5 804.3 752.3

.69 .68 .65 .78 .71 .65 .59 .60 .60 .61

1.42 1.37 1.32 1.53 1.44 1.41 1.39 1.44 1.43 1.49

48,440 38,437 32,837 28,873 28,249 27,398 26,638 24,708 24,650 24,237

43.4 39.5 36.5 39.5 39.7 40.6 40.8 41.3 42.9 45.2

703.1 658.8 616.9 583.9 553.5 523.4 496.0 469.6 452.7 424.5

.63 .68 .69 .80 .78 .78 .76 .78 .79 .79

1.45 1.71 1.88 2.02 1.96 1.91 1.86 1.90 1.84 1.75

23,121 22,540 22,557 22,544 22,330 21,139 20,158 18,954 18,075 16,831

45.5 46.5 46.8 46.2 44.4 44.4 44.7 45.8 45.1 45.6

420.5 402.0 383.1 364.1 343.4 323.8 306.0 335.0 291.7 319.0

.83 .83 .79 .75 .68 .68 .68 .81 .73 .87

1.82 1.78 1.70 1.62 1.54 1.53 1.52 1.77 1.61 1.90

$1,639.6 1,590.5 1,542.7 1,496.7

1 Estimated by applying to the deposits in the various types of account at the regular call dates the percentages insured as determined from special reports secured from insured banks. * Differs from previously published estimate because of the availability of new information on the proportion of deposits insured, secured from a special call on September 21, 1955.

The risk to the Corporation as an insurer of deposits is not adequately indicated by ratios of its fund to insured deposits. Specific areas of risk must also be considered. One type of risk is exemplified by those insured Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

FINANCES OF THE CORPORATION

17

banks which have relatively thin capital margins, or which have large amounts of doubtful or substandard assets compared to their capital accounts, or which for other reasons appear especially vulnerable to adverse circumstances. Another type of risk results from the concentra­ tion of insured deposits in a relatively small number of banks, as illus­ trated in Chart B. As indicated there, insured deposits in six banks are almost six times the amount of the deposit insurance fund.

C h art

B.

T h e D e p o sit In su ra n c e F und and In su red D e p o s it s , S e p te m b e r 2 1 , 1955

Audit. As required by the Federal Deposit Insurance Act, the Comp­ troller General of the United States makes an annual audit of the Corpo­ ration. The short form of the audit report for the year ended June 30, 1955, as furnished to the Corporation by the Comptroller General, is given in Table 14, on pages 20-22.

L egal D evelopm ents

Federal legislation. No legislation directly affecting deposit in­ surance or insured banks in general was enacted during the first session of the 84th Congress. Rules and regulations of the Corporation. The rules and regula­ tions of the Corporation were amended, and the amendments were published in the Federal Register of May 14, 1955 (20 F. R. 3328), with effective date of May 16, 1955, and in the Federal Register of December Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

18

FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION

6, 1955 (20 F. R. 8949), with effective date of December 7, 1955. Under the former amendment the term “ savings deposit” in paragraph (e) of Section 329.1 was enlarged to include a deposit of funds described in that paragraph, when evidenced by a written receipt or agreement although not by a passbook. Under the latter amendment the provisions of Part 329, relating to the payment of deposits and interest thereon by insured nonmember banks, were made inapplicable to guaranty savings banks operating in the State of New Hampshire so long as said guaranty savings banks operate substantially under and pursuant to the laws of the State of New Hampshire pertaining to mutual savings banks and do not engage in commercial banking.1 These amendments are given in Part Four of this report. Organization. Section 3 of the Description of Organization of the Corporation, relating to delegation of final authority, published in the Federal Register of March 27, 1954 (19 F. R. 1681), and set forth in the Annual Report for 1954 on pages 97-101, was amended and pub­ lished in the Federal Register of August 24, 1955 (20 F. R. 6198). It is reprinted in Part Four of this report. State legislation. A summary of State banking legislation enacted in 1955 is given in Part Four of this report.

O r g a n iz a t io n

and

P erso nn el

Directors and employees. Responsibility for administration of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation resides in a three-member Board of Directors. There were no changes in the membership of the Board during 1955. The directors and other Corporation officials are listed on page v, and an organization chart of the Corporation is shown on page iv. Names of the Corporation’s supervising examiners and locations of the district offices are given on pages vi and vii. The Corporation had a total of 1,131 employees on December 31, 1955, representing an increase of 44 over the previous year. Almost three-fourths of the Corporation’s personnel are employed in the Divi­ sion of Examination, and most of these are bank examiners working in the field. A distribution of the Corporation’s employees according to Division and location is presented in Table 12. During 1955 a total of 216 persons left the employ of the Corporation. These separations resulted in a turnover ratio of 19.3 per 100, or 14.1 per 100 if temporary personnel engaged in field liquidation activities are excluded. 1

Guaranty fund savings banks in New Hampshire are included in banking statistics in the category

of "commercial and State savings banks and nondeposit trust companies."

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

ORGANIZATION AND PERSONNEL

Table 12.

N

19

O f f ic e r s a n d E m p l o y e e s o f t h e F e d e r a l D I n s u r a n c e C o r p o r a t io n , D e c e m b e r 31, 1955

u m b er of

Division

Washington Office

Total

T o ta l...................................................................................................

1,131

294

Directors......................................................................................... Executive Offices.......................................................................... Legal Division............................................................................... Division of Examination............................................................ Division of Liquidation.............................................................. Division of Research and Statistics......................................... Audit Division............................................................................... Office of the Controller...............................................................

3 16 22 816 58 43 50 123

3 16 22 52 19 43 16 123

e p o s it

District and other field offices

837

764 39 34

Employee benefits and programs. At the end of 1955, 97 percent of the Corporation’s employees were included in the United States Civil Service Retirement System; the remaining 3 percent, who were ineligible for that System, were covered by the Social Security Act. Almost 98 percent of the eligible employees had by December 31, 1955 availed themselves of the group life insurance benefits provided under the Federal Employees’ Group Life Insurance Act of 1954. Since 1952 the ization, surgical, ration bears the bearing the cost

Corporation has provided for its employees a hospital­ and in-hospital medical benefits program. The Corpo­ cost of this program for its employees, who may by thereof extend it to cover dependents.

The “ one package’’ plan for charitable contributions adopted by Washington office employees in 1954 continued in 1955 to command the generous support of employees. This plan has reduced the multi­ plicity and expense of charity appeals and at the same time has proven a convenience to employees, most of whom fulfill their pledge through regular payroll deductions. At the end of 1955 over 95 percent of the Washington office employees participated, and during the year contri­ butions exceeded those previously given to the various charities. Educational program. Since 1946 the Division of Examination has carried on an educational program for its examiners. In 1955 this program was extended to include auditors of the Audit Division. The program consists primarily of correspondence courses given by the American Institute of Banking and special graduate courses in banking at three universities. Costs of these courses are paid by the Corporation. The special graduate programs are conducted by The Graduate School of Banking at Rutgers University, the School of Banking at the University of Wisconsin, and The School of Banking of the South at Louisiana State University. Each of the graduate programs requires for completion three summer resident sessions, each of two weeks’ dura­ tion, and itwo years of intensive nonresident study. Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION

20

The results of this program in terms of more effective personnel are highly gratifying to the Corporation. The extent of examiner participa­ tion in the program, since its inception and in 1955, is indicated in Table 13. Table 13.

R esults

C o r p o r a t i o n ’ s E d u c a t io n a l P r o g r a m E x a m i n e r s , 1 9 4 6 -1 9 5 5

of th e for

Number

Activity Examiners participating in program on December 31, 1955— to ta l.................... In American Institute of Banking correspondence courses........................................... In other correspondence courses........................................................................................... In resident aourses............................................................................................ ....................... In graduate banking school courses.....................................................................................

388 340

1

12

35

Courses completed during 1955 All educational courses............................................................................................................ Graduate banking school diplomas received.............................................. .......................

212

Courses completed 1946-1955 All educational courses............................................................................................................ Graduate banking school diplomas received.....................................................................

1,868

Certificates or diplomas received by examiners employed December 31, 1955 From American Institute of Banking Pre-Standard.......................................................................................................................... Standard.................................................................................................................................. Graduate................................................................................................................................. From graduate banking schools............................................................................................

19

110

124 51 13 95

In addition to the regular Corporation educational program, certain Assistant Examiners employed by the Corporation have been afforded an opportunity to attend the sessions of the Inter-Agency Bank Ex­ amination School which is conducted in Washington by the three Federal bank supervisory authorities. During 1955, 24 Corporation employees were enrolled for the junior sessions of this school and 3 employees were enrolled for the senior session. The junior session is designed for newly employed Assistant Examiners and the senior session for Assistant Examiners who have demonstrated their capability. Table 14.

A u d i t R e p o r t o f t h e F e d e r a l D e p o s it I n s u r a n c e C o r p o r a t io n f o r t h e Y e a r E n d e d J u n e 3 0 , 1955 C o m p tr o lle r G e n e r a l

of

t h e U n ite d S t a t e s

W a s h in g to n 25

B-l 14831

December

15, 195 5

Board of Directors Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Gentlemen: The D ivision of Audits, General Accounting Office, has made an audit of F e d e r a l D e p o s it I n s u r a n c e C o r p o r a tio n , an independent Governm ent agency, for the fiscal year ended June 3 0 ,1 9 5 5 , in accordance with section 17 (b) of the Federal D eposit Insurance A ct (12 U.S.C. 1 8 2 7 ).

This audit included an examination of the balance sheet of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation as of June 3 0 , 195 5 , and the related statement of income and deposit insurance fund for the year then ended. The examination was made in accordance Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

21

AUDIT OF THE CORPORATION

Table 14.

A u d i t R e p o r t o f t h e F e d e r a l D e p o s it I n s u r a n c e C o r p o r a t io n f o r t h e Y e a r E n d e d J u n e 30, 1955—Continued

with generally accepted auditing standards and included such tests of the accounting records and such other auditing procedures as were considered necessary in the cir­ cumstances and appropriate in view of the effectiveness of the system of internal control, including the work performed by the Corporation's internal auditors. In the opinion of the General Accounting Office, the accompanying balance sheet (exhibit 1) and statement of income and deposit insurance fund (exhibit 2) present fairly the financial position of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation at June 30, 1955, and the results of its operations for the year then ended, in conformity with generally accepted accounting principles applied on a basis consistent with that of the preceding year and with applicable Federal laws. Sincerely yours, /s / J o s e p h C a m p b e l l Comptroller General of the United States

Exhibit 1.

F e d e r a l D e p o s it I n s u r a n c e C o r p o r a t io n , B a l a n c e S h e e t , J u n e 30, 1955

ASSETS $ U. S. Government obligations: Securities, at amortized cost (face value, $1,711,200,000; market or redemption value, $1,693,632,109)........................ Accrued interest receivable..............................................................

$1,706,136,488 5,392,131

Assets acquired in deposit assumption and receivership transactions: Subrogated claims of depositors against closed insured banks. Net balances of depositors in closed insured banks, to be subrogated when paid— contra................................................... Loans to insured banks..................................................................... Equity in assets acquired under purchase agreements............. Assets purchased outright................................................................ Less estimate for losses.....................................................................

2,905,635

1,711,528,619

1,836,870 79,619 2,235,189 7,619,438 15,583 11,786,699 9,229,098

2,557,601

Accounts receivable, deferred charges, and sundry assets.

197,971

Furniture, fixtures, and equipm ent, less accumulated depreciation of $563,450...............................................................

1 $1,717,189,827

LIABILITIES AN D DEPOSIT INSURANCE FU ND Accounts payable and accrued liabilities.................................

$

Earnest m oney, escrow funds, and collections held for oth ers...............................................................................................

685,767 181,637

Employees’ accrued annual leave................................................

1,093,537

Deferred credits...................................................................................

22,707

N et balances of depositors in closed insured banks— contra

79,619

Net assessment income credits due insured banks (note 1): Available July 1, 1955...................................................................... Estimated amount available July 1, 1956, from net assess­ ment income for 6 months ended June 30, 1955.................... Total liabilities............................................................... Deposit insurance fund, representing accumulated income from inception to June 30,1955, available for future deposit insurance losses and related expenses (note 2 and exhibit 2).

82,007,137 42,578,756

124,585,893 126,649,160

1,590,540,667 $1,717,189,827

The notes following exhibit 2 are an integral part of this statement.

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

22

FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION

Table 14.

A u d i t R e p o r t o f t h e F e d e r a l D e p o s it I n s u r a n c e C o r p o r a t io n f o r t h e Y e a r E n d e d J u n e 30, 1955—Continued

Exhibit 2. and

D

F e d e r a l D e p o s it I n s u r a n c e C o r p o r a t io n , S t a t e m e n t I n s u r a n c e F u n d f o r t h e Y e a r E n d e d J u n e 30,

e p o s it

of

I ncome

1955

Deposit insurance assessments............................................................

$ 148,462,895

Deduct net assessment income credits due insured banks (note 1)

83,805,707

Income from U. S. Government securities

38,066,969

64,657,188

Other income...................................................

39,685 102,763,842

Deduct: Administrative and operating expenses: Salaries..................................................... Travel....................................................... Bents and utilities................................. Other.........................................................

$5,864,702 1,500,738 408,194 514,804 8,288,438

Estimated deposit insurance losses and expenses on cases acquired during the year..............................................................

787,234

9,075,672

Net Income for year transferred to deposit insurance fund.. . .

93,688,170

Deposit insurance fund, June 30, 1954.............................................

1,496,692,007

Net adjustment of prior year’s estimate of losses restored to deposit insurance fund..................................................................

160,490

Deposit insurance fund, June 30, 1955 (note 2 and exhibit 1 )...

$1,590,540,667

The notes below are an integral part of this statement.

N

o te s to t h e

F in a n c ia l St a t e m e n t s — J u n e

30, 1955

1. Section 7(d) of the Federal Deposit Insurance Act (12 U.S.C. 1817(d)) provides that as of December 31, 1950, and as of December 31 of each year thereafter, the Corporation shall credit pro rata to the insured banks 60 percent of the net assessment income (as defined by the act) for the calendar year, the credit to be applied toward the payment of assessments becoming due for the semiannual period beginning the next July 1 and any excess credit to be applied to the assessment of the following period. At June 30, 1955, the net amount due the banks for credits computed on the net assessment income of calendar year 1954, as adjusted, was $81,625,899; in addition, there was a liability of $381,238 repre­ senting adjustments of prior years' credits. The actual amount of credit due the banks from calendar year 1955 net assessment income is not determinable until after December 31, 1955. For statement purposes, however, an estimated credit for the first 6 months of 1955 has been computed to be $42,578,756. 2. At June 30, 1955, the deposit insurance fund was equivalent to 1.42 percent of the insured deposits in all banks, estimated by the Corporation at 112.2 billion dollars. This fund, however, is not a measure of the deposit insurance risk, and its adequacy to meet future losses will depend on future economic conditions which cannot be predicted. Based on data compiled by the Corporation, the fund appears to be adequate to cover any potential losses at June 30, 1955. The Corporation may borrow from the United States Treasury, at interest, such funds as in the judgment of the board of directors of the Corporation are required from time to time for insurance urposes, not exceeding, in the aggregate, three billion dollars outstanding at any time. The Corporation as never used this borrowing power. 3. Under existing law, the Corporation is not required to bear the Government’s share of the cost of providing retirement, disability, and compensation (including unemployment) benefits for the em­ ployees of the Corporation. These costs are estimated to be approximately $335,000 for the fiscal year 1955.

E

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

PART TWO BANKING DEVELOPMENTS

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

N um ber

of

Banks and

T h e ir

Insu ran ce

Status

Changes in number of operating banks and branches. During 1955 the number of banking offices in the United States increased by more than 2 percent, totaling 21,675 at the year-end. As has been true during each year since 1947, the number of banks declined, with a more than offsetting increase in the number of branches. At the end of 1955 the number of operating banks was 14,284, down almost 1 percent from the end of the preceding year, while the number of branches totaled 7,391, up more than 9 percent from the same date. The number of banks and branches at the end of each year since 1946, and the increase or decrease during each year, are shown in Table 15. Table 15. N u m b e r a n d C h a n g e s U n i t e d S t a t e s (C o n t i n e n t a l U . S . Number at end of year or period Year or period

Total banking offices

Banks

in

B a n k i n g O f f ic e s Oth er A r e a s)r

and

Change in number

Total Branches1 banking offices

Banks

in

th e

1946-1955

Percentage change

Total Branches1 banking offices

1947-1955..

21,675

14,284

7,391

2,696

-475

3,171

1955........ 1954........ 1953 1952 1951........ 1950 . . . . 1949 1948 1947 , 1946 . . .

21,675 21,160 20,779 20,450 20,155 19,851 19,600 19,366 19,175 18,979

14,284 14,409 14,552 14,617 14,661 14,693 14,736 14,753 14,767 14,759

7,391 6,751 6,227 5,833 5,494 5,158 4,864 4,613 4,408 4,220

515 381 329 295 304 251 234 191 196

-125 -143 -6 5 -4 4 -32 —43 -1 7 -1 4 8

640 524 394 339 336 294 251 205 188

14.2% 2.4 1.8 1.6 1.5 1.5 1.3 1.2 1.0 1.0

Banks

-3 .2 % - .9 -1 .0 - .4 - .3 - .2 - .3 - .1 - .1 .1

Branches1

75.1% 9.5 8.4 6.8 6.2 6.5 6.0 5.4 4.7 4.5

1 Includes “facilities” at military installations.

Increases during 1955 in the number of branches were not restricted to any one section of the nation but were widespread, occurring in 37 States. The number of banks increased in 18 States and decreased in 23 States. Most of the States with an increase in the number of banks have relatively little branch banking; States in which substantial declines occurred in the number of banks were those experiencing large increases in the number of branches. Changes in the number of banks and branches, and thus in the total number of banking offices, occur for a variety of reasons, the significance of which may differ markedly. Table 16 summarizes the types of change which have occurred among banks and branches during each year be­ ginning with 1947. Most of the banks ceasing operations have been absorbed by, or consolidated or merged with, other banks. The number of such combinations has increased substantially in each of the last four years, and during 1955 was approximately three times the 1951 level. Since 1946 there has been some variation in the number of banks ceasing

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

25

26

FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION

operation for other reasons, such as suspensions and other liquidations, but the numbers have been small and display no significant trend. T a b le 1 6 . A n a l y s i s o f C h a n g e s i n t h e N u m b e r o f B a n k i n g O f f ic e s i n t h e U n i t e d S t a t e s (C o n t i n e n t a l U . S. a n d O t h e r A r e a s ), 1 9 4 7 -1 9 5 5 Banks

All banking of­ Year fices— Net net change change

1955 1954 1953 1952 1951 1950 1949 1948 1947

515 381 329 295 304 251 234 191 196

-125 -143 -65 -44 -32 -43 -1 7 -1 4

8

Branches

Ceased operations

Opened for Other Other business addi­ addi­ tions tions Dis­ to ( + ) to ( + ) Began or de­ Net con­ or de­ opera­ Suc­ letions change tinued— letions tions1 ceeded Other Ab­ Liqui­ from total6 from ab­ new sorbed2 dated3 (-) (-) sorbed branches5 count— count— banks net4 net4

116 72 65 69 63 69 72 78 113

231 207 115 99 78 89 76 77 82

10 9 12 16 18 15 20 15 15

+ 1 -3 +2 + 1 -8 + 7 -8

640 524 394 339 336 294 251 205 188

206 181 97 84 59 73 61 59 55

483 378 323 278 298 231 195 162 165

50 37 29 21 24 22 8 20 31

+ 1 +2 +3 -2 -f-3 + 12 +3 +4 -1

Detailed data: Table 101, Annual Reports of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, 1947-1955. 1 Mostly new banks, but includes a few previously operating financial institutions which became banks of deposit. 2 Net decrease as a consequence of absorptions, consolidations, and mergers. 3 Suspensions and voluntary liquidations. Also includes in each year from one to four cases of banks, the deposits of which were assumed with FDIC aid. 4 Includes revisions in classification and changes occurring in prior years, but on which no informa­ tion was available until given year. 5 In each year includes: from one to five cases of branches established at places at which a bank had recently been liquidated; suspended, or removed; and from one to thirty-nine facilities established in or near military installations at the request of the Treasury or Commanding Officer of the installation. 6 In each year (except 1949, 1951, and 1952) includes from one to ten facilities discontinued at military installations.

The increasing number of absorptions, consolidations, and mergers has had an effect on the formation of branches. Since 1946 about four out of five banks losingftheir identity in such combinations have been converted into branches of the absorbing banks. Branches formed in this way accounted for about 30 percent of all branches opened for business during 1955. Types of operating banks and their insurance status. At the end of 1955 almost all of the 14,284 banks operating in the United States were banks of deposit, classified as commercial banks or mutual savings banks. The commercial bank category, which includes a small number of stock savings banks, accounted for 96 percent of all banks of deposit. Table 17 shows the number of operating banks at the end of 1955, their deposits, and their insurance status. The 13,457 banks participating in Federal deposit insurance on De­ cember 31, 1955, comprised 94.6 percent of all banks of deposit, which percentage was slightly higher than at the close of the preceding year. Not participating in deposit insurance were a very small percentage of the commercial banks and about three-fifths of the 528 mutual savings Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

NUMBER OF BANKS AND THEIR INSURANCE STATUS

27

banks. Also excluded were the trust companies not regularly engaged in deposit banking, which are not eligible for deposit insurance. Deposits in insured banks at the end of 1955 were 95.9 percent of deposits in all operating banks, a slightly higher percentage than at the end of 1954. Table 17. N u m b e r a n d D S t a t e s ( C o n t i n e n t a l U . S.

o f A ll B a n k s in t h e U n it e d O t h e r A r e a s ), D e c e m b e r 31, 1955

e p o s it s and

Number or deposits Item

Insured banks

Total

N um ber of banks— to ta l.................. Banks of deposit................................. Commercial...................................... Mutual savings................................ Trust companies not regularly en­ gaged in deposit banking.............

14,284 14,225 13,697 528

Deposits (in m illions)— to ta l......... Banks of deposit................................. Commercial...................................... Mutual savings................................ Trust companies not regularly en­ gaged in deposit banking1............

$221,392 221,325 193,138 28,187

Percentage of total

Non­ insured banks

13.457 13.457 13.237 220

827 768 A60 308

$212,226 212,226 190,989 21.237

$9,166 9,099 2,1 U9 6,950

59

Insured banks

Non­ insured banks

94.2% 94.6 96.6 U1.7

59

67

5 .8 % 5.4 s.u 58.3 100.0

95.9% 95.9 98.9 75.3

67

4 .1 % 4.1 1.1 2k.7 100.0

1 Deposits of these companies consist of uninvested trust funds and special accounts. Detailed data: See Table 103, pp. 118-119.

Bank

A ssets

Asset growth in 1955 and prior years. The assets of all banks increased $10 billion during 1955 and at the end of the year amounted to $243 billion. The 4.5 percent increase was slightly below that of the previous year. There is considerable variation in the annual rate of growth in bank assets. During the past nine years the range has been from a negligible increase in 1948 to a nearly 7 percent growth in 1950, with an average annual increase of 4.1 percent. However, this pattern of growth has not always existed. During the period 1927 through 1935 the range in the annual rate of asset change was from a decline of 12.8 percent during 1931 to a 13.1 percent increase during 1934. In 1955, as in other recent years, there was a substantial difference between the first and second halves of the year with respect to change in total bank assets. That is, there was a shrinkage during the first half, with all the annual growth occurring during the second half. This pattern of change during recent years differs somewhat from that which pre­ vailed prior to 1946. In most earlier years the change in bank assets was in the same direction during both halves of the year, although, generally, bank assets either increased less or decreased more during Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

28

FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION

the first half of the year than in the second half. Data comparing rates of change in bank assets are given in Table 18. T a b le 1 8. P e r c e n ta g e C h a n g e s in A sse ts, A ll B a n k s in U n i t e d S t a t e s ( C o n t i n e n t a l U . S. a n d O t h e r A r e a s ), Y e a r s a n d H a l f - Y e a r s , 1 9 2 7 -1 9 3 5 a n d 1 9 4 7 -1 9 5 5 1947-1955

1927-1935

Year

Year Full year

Average1....................... 1955............................ 1954............................ 1953............................ 1952............................ 1951............................ 1950............................ 1949............................ 1948............................ 1947............................

th e

First half

Full year

Second half

4 .1 %

-1 .4 %

5.6 % A v e r a g e .

4.5 5.2 2.9 5.4 6.0 6.8 2.3 (a) 4.0

-.9 - .5 -2 .8 -.5 -1 .6 (*) -2 .5 -2 .9 -1 .2

5.4 5.8 5.9 5.9 7.7 6.8 4.9 3.0 5.2

1 9 3 5 ... 1 9 3 4 ... 1 9 3 3 ... 1 9 3 2 ... 1 9 3 1 ... 1 9 3 0 ... 1 9 2 9 ... 1 9 2 8 ... 1 9 2 7 ...

(a) 8.2 13.1 -8 .7 -8 .8 -12.8 -3 .6 - .4 7.5 5.8

First half

-1 .6 % 1.6 7.1 -10.4 -8 .7 -2 .7 -1 .0 -3 .9 1.6 2.1

Second half

1.6% 6.5 5.6 2.0 -.1 -10.4 -2 .6 3.7 5.8 3.7

1 Average (arithmetic mean) of the rates for the various years or half-years. 2 Increase of less than .05 percent. * Decrease of less than .05 percent.

Components of bank assets and their annual growth rates. The growth of total assets is not spread evenly among the different types of assets held by the banks and varies from year to year. As stated in the report of the Corporation for 1954: “ The growth in total bank assets during any year may take place in a wide variety of ways. If the best lending or investing opportunities are found in loans to commercial and industrial enterprises, banks acquire assets of that type. If they lie in real estate lending, banks expand their mortgage holdings. Banks may also expand their assets by purchase of newly issued or previously ex­ isting securities, especially in situations when direct lending opportunities are less attractive. Such adjustment to the changing needs of the nation’s economy is likely to result in substantial differences in the annual rates of growth of various kinds of assets.” In 1955, loans of banks increased by 17 percent while their holdings of United States Government obligations decreased by 10 percent. For comparison, in 1954 loans increased by only 6 percent while holdings of United States Government obligations increased by 7 percent. Percentage changes in different types of bank assets for each year from 1947 to 1955 are shown in Table 19. The differences in growth among types of bank assets have resulted, over a period of years, in a substantial change in the percentage distribu­ tion of bank assets. At the end of 1955 over two-fifths of bank assets were loans and less than three-tenths were United States Government obligations; nine years earlier, only about one-fifth were loans and over half were obligations of the United States Government. Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

BANK ASSETS

29

Table 19.

D i s t r i b u t io n o f A s s e t s o f A l l B a n k s i n t h e U n i t e d S t a t e s ( C o n t i n e n t a l U . S. a n d O t h e r A r e a s ), D e c e m b e r 31, 1946 a n d 1955, a n d A n n u a l P e r c e n t a g e C h a n g e s , 1947-1955

Date or period

Total assets

A m ou n t (in m illion s): Dec. 31, 1955............... $243,105 169,255 Dec. 31, 1946............... Percent of total assets: Dec. 31, 1955............... Dec. 31, 1946...............

100.0% 100.0

Percentage change: 1947-1955 average2. .. 1955..................... 1954..................... 1953..................... 1952..................... 1951..................... 1950..................... 1949..................... 1948..................... 1947.....................

4.1 4.5 5.2 2.9 5.4 6.0 6.8 2.3 (2) 4.0

Cash and funds due from banks

U. S. Govern­ ment obliga­ tions

Obliga­ tions of States and sub­ divisions

Other se­ curities

Loans and dis­ counts1

Miscel­ laneous assets

$47,979 35,185

$70,310 87,031

$13,395 4,471

$7,359 6,046

$100,575 35,810

$3,487 1,712

19.8% 20.8

28.9% 51.4

5.5 % 2.6

3 .0 % 3.0

41.4% 21.2

1.4 % 1.0

3.5 7.2 -2 .7 .5 .1 10.9 12.4 -7 .5 2.8 9.6

-2 .4 -9 .9 7.0 -.2 2.0 -2 .2 -7 .1 5.8 -8 .8 -6 .2

4.3 1.1 1.5 4.1 4.3 .5 9.0 5.4 5.9 7.0

12.2 16.9 6.3 6.6 11.7 12.0 21.8 2.8 12.1 20.7

13.0 1.1 17.4 6.8 12.5 13.9 23.9 15.7 7.3 19.9

8.2 4.1 15.6 8.1 4.7 11.8 8.8 2.4 11.9 7.2

i Net of valuation reserves. 3 Average annual rate of change computed by using compound interest formula. * Increase of less than .05 percent.

Types of bank loans and their annual growth rates. The ir­ regularity in rates of growth among the various types of bank assets extends to the loans made by banks for various purposes. This is indi­ cated by the data in Table 20, which shows the annual rates of change for six categories of loans. Table 20.

D i s t r i b u t io n o f L o a n s o f A l l B a n k s i n t h e U n i t e d S t a t e s ( C o n t i n e n t a l U . S. a n d O t h e r A r e a s ), D e c e m b e r 31, 1946 a n d 1955, a n d A n n u a l P e r c e n t a g e C h a n g e s , 1947-1955

Date or period

Total loans1

A m ou n t (in m illions): Dec. 31, 1955............... $102,059 35,823 Dec. 31, 1946............... Percent of total loans: Dec. 31, 1955............... Dec. 31, 1946...............

100.0% 100.0

Percentage change: 1947-1955 average2. .. 1955..................... 1954..................... 1953..................... 1952..................... 1951..................... 1950..................... 1949..................... 1948..................... 1947.....................

12.3 16.9 6.4 6.6 11.6 11.9 21.8 3.1 13.6 20.7

Commercial and industrial

For Agricultural carrying (except se­ real estate) curities

$33,456 14,237

$4,495 1,412

$5,079 3,164

32.8% 39.8

4 .4 % 3.9

5 .0% 8.8

10.0 23.6 -1 .1 -2 .4 7.7 18.0 28.3 -9 .8 4.2 28.5

13.7 -14 .0 4.8 26.4 15.1 17.2 -4 .8 6.3 72.4 18.8

5.4 13.3 24.8 12.6 23.3 -10.3 8.4 14.0 12.4 -34.4

Real estate loans

$38,461 $17,403 11,675 4,109 37.7% 32.6

17.0% 11.5

14.2 14.5 12.7 9.4 10.5 12.4 19.5 9.9 16.8 22.5

17.4 16.5 2.1 14.0 21.1 3.4 25.5 17.2 20.2 40.9

1 Includes valuation reserves, which are excluded from net loans in Table 19. * Average annual rate of change computed by using compound interest formula.

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Other loans to indi­ viduals

All other

$3,165 Ij226 3 .1 % 3.4 11.1 55.5 20.5 -3 .4 2.9 36.6 35.3 2.7 5.2 -11 .1

30

FEDERAL

D EP O S IT

IN SU R A N C E

C O R PO R A T IO N

In 1955, when all loans increased by 17 percent, agricultural loans, other than farm mortgage loans, decreased by 14 percent, while com­ mercial and industrial loans increased by 24 percent. The rates of change in the other major categories of loans were closer to the rate for all loans. The group of bank loans growing most rapidly over the past nine years is the category known as “ other loans to individuals.” Such loans are a smaller part of total bank loans than real estate loans or commercial and industrial loans. There are several kinds of “ other loans to indi­ viduals” for which information is available for insured commercial banks; and as is indicated in Table 21 the annual changes are often at quite diverse rates. Table 21.

D is t r ib u t io n o f “ O t h e r L o a n s t o I n d iv id u a ls ” o f In s u r e d C o m m e r c ia l B a n k s in t h e U n i t e d S t a t e s ( C o n t i n e n t a l U . S. a n d O t h e r A r e a s ) , D e c e m b e r 31, 1946 a n d 1955, a n d A n n u a l P e r c e n t a g e C h a n g e s , 1947-1955

Date or period

A m ou n t (in m illion s): Dec. 31, 1955................. Dec. 31, 1946.................

Total “ Other loans to indi­ viduals”

$17,266 4,031

Percent of tota l: Dec. 31, 1955................. Dec. 31, 1946.................

100.0% 100.0

Percentage change: 1947-1955 average1----1955........................ 1954........................ 1953........................ 1952........................ 1951........................ 1950....................... 1949....................... 1948....................... 1947........................

17.5 16.6 2.1 14.0 21.6 3.4 25.7 17.6 20.4 40.3

Retail automobile instalment paper

Other retail instalment paper

Repair and modern­ ization instalment loans

In­ stalment cash loans

Single­ payment loans

$5,833 514

$2,088 328

$1,739 311

$2,323 675

$5,283 2,203

33.8% 12.8

12.1% 8.1

10.1% 7.7

13.4% 16.7

30.6% 54.7

31.0 33.8 -2 .7 25.5 30.5 .9 38.2 36.2 48.6 87.9

22.8 8.3 -9 .2 18.8 32.5 -8 .8 44.1 28.4 44.6 68.0

21.1 2.9 -0 .5 15.1 28.1 7.0 16.5 26.7 30.6 79.4

14.7 7.7 9.8 10.4 20.2 9.7 14.0 8.3 14.4 39.9

10.2 12.9 10.5 3.0 9.6 6.9 18.4 6.1 4.9 19.7

1 Average annual rate of change computed by using compound interest formula.

In 1955 retail automobile instalment paper, which is the largest segment of “ other loans to individuals” , held by insured commercial banks increased by 34 percent, in contrast with a decrease of 3 percent in 1954. The next largest segment, single-payment loans, increased by 13 percent, slightly more than during the year before. Assets of insured and noninsured commercial and mutual savings banks. At the close of 1955, insured commercial banks held 86 percent of the assets of all banks, with the remainder divided as follows: noninsured commercial banks, 1 percent; insured mutual savings banks, 10 percent; and noninsured mutual savings banks, 3 percent. Table 22 gives the amounts of the principal categories of assets on that date held by each of these groups of banks. Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

BANK T a b le 2 2 .

31

ASSETS

D i s t r i b u t io n o f A s s e t s o f A l l B a n k s i n t h e U n i t e d S t a t e s ( C o n t i n e n t a l U . S. a n d O t h e r A r e a s ) b y T y p e a n d I n s u r a n c e S t a t u s o f B a n k s , D e c e m b e r 31, 1955

Assets

Insured com­ mercial banks

All banks

Non­ insured com­ mercial banks

Insured mutual savings banks

Non­ insured mutual savings banks

A m ou n t (in m illion s): Total assets....................................... Cash and funds due from banks. Securities.......................................... U. S. Government obligations... Obligations of States and sub­ divisions ................................... Other securities............................

$243,105 47,979 91,064 70,310

$209,145 46,560 77,241 60,877

$2,686 454 1,382 974

$23,458 785 8,768 5,858

$7,816 180 3,673 2,601

13,395 7,359

12,501 3,863

258 150

534 2,376

102 970

Loans and discounts, net............. Valuation reserves........................... Loans and discounts, gross.......... Commercial and industrial. . . . Agricultural (excluding real estate) ........................................ For carrying securities............... Real estate.................................... Other loans to individuals......... All other loans.............................

100,575 1 ,U8U 102,059 33,456

82,360 1,268 83,628 33,210

758 2 760 213

13,563 190 13,753 29

3,894 2U 3,918 k

A,495 5,079 38,461 17,403 3,165

A,411 h,97U 20,767 17,160 3,106

82 87 237 106 35

2 15 13,609 77 21

S 3,84.8 60 3

Fixed and miscellaneous assets. .

3,487

2,984

92

342

69

Number of banks, Dec. 31, 1955. . ..

14,284

13,237

519

220

308

Detailed data: See Table 105, pp. 124-125.

Bank

D e p o s it s

Deposit growth in 1955 and prior years. Total deposits of all operating banks at the end of 1955 were $221 billion. The increase during 1955 was 4.4 percent. As in the case of assets, this was smaller than the rate of growth of the previous year, but a little above the average annual growth since 1946. Variation in the annual change in deposits is similar to that in bank assets. During the past nine years the annual change in deposits has ranged from a decrease of 0.4 percent in 1948 to an increase of 6.6 percent in 1950. During the period of similar length two decades earlier, the range was from a decrease of 14.8 percent in 1931 to an increase of 18.0 percent in 1934. As in the case of assets, deposits in recent years have been subject to substantial shrinkage during the first half of each year. All the annual growth, including an offset to the first-half decrease, has taken place during the second half of the year. Again, as in the case of assets, the differences between the first and second halves of the year are generally greater than those of two decades ago. Table 23 shows the annual and half-year changes for each of the years from 1947 to 1955 and from 1927 to 1935. Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

32

FED ER AL

D EP O S IT

IN SU R A N C E

C O R PO R A T IO N

Table 23.

P e r c e n t a g e C h a n g e s in D e p o s i t s o f A l l B a n k s in t h e U n i t e d S t a t e s ( C o n t i n e n t a l U . S. a n d O t h e r A r e a s ) , Y e a r s a n d H a l f - Y e a r s , 1927-1935 a n d 1947-1955 1927-1935

1947-1955 Year

Year Full year

Average1 1955.. 1954.. 1953.. 1952.. 1951.. 1950.. 1949.. 1948.. 1947..

First half

3.9%

-

4.4 5.0

-

2.8 5.3 6.0

6.6 2.0 -.4 3.8

1.8 %

1.1 0.8 -3 .3 -.9 - 2.0 -.4 -3 .0 -3 .4 - 1.6

Second half

Full year

5.8% Average 5.5 5.8 6.3

6.2 8.1 7.0 5.1 3.1 5.5

1935.. 1934.. 1933.. 1932.. 1931.. 1930.. 1929.. 1928.. 1927..

First half

Second half

1.6 %

- 1. 1%

.6 % 11.1 18.0 -8 .2 -7 .3 -14 .8 -2 .9 -2 .7 6.7 5.6

2.9 10.2 -9 .5 -8 .3 -2 .0 -.1 -5 .7 0.1 2.2

8.0 7.1 1.4 1.0 -13.0 -2 .9 3.3 6.4 3.3

1 Average (arithmetic mean) of the rates for the respective years or half-years.

Components of bank deposits and their annual growth rates. At the end of 1955, 85 percent of bank deposits were in categories classi­ fied as business and personal, with the remainder divided about equally between government and interbank deposits. These proportions do not change much from year to year. Nevertheless, there are differences from year to year in the annual rates of change in the various types of deposits. Such variations are shown in Table 24. In the case of business and personal demand deposits the range was from a decrease of 3 percent in 1948 to an increase of 10 percent in 1950. Table 24.

D i s t r i b u t i o n o f D e p o s i t s o f A l l B a n k s in t h e U n i t e d S t a t e s ( C o n t i n e n t a l U . S. a n d O t h e r A r e a s ) , D e c e m b e r 31, 1946 a n d 1955, a n d A n n u a l P e r c e n t a g e C h a n g e s , 1947-1955 Business and personal Date or period

Total

Government

Demand1

Time and savings

States and sub­ divisions

United States

Inter­ bank2

A m ou n t (in m illions): Dec. 31, 1955......................... Dec. 31, 1946.........................

$221,392 156,751

$113,357 83,672

$74,444 50,283

$12,769 6,895

$4,129 3,163

$16,693 12,738

Percent of total deposits: Dec. 81, 1955......................... Dec. 31, 1946.........................

100.0% 100.0

51.2% 53.4

33.6% 32.1

5 .8% 4.4

1 .9 % 2.0

7 .5% 8.1

Percentage change: 1947-1955 average*.............. 1955................................ 1954................................ 1953................................ 1952................................ 1951................................ 1950................................ 1949................................ 1948................................ 1947................................

3.9 4.4 5.0 2.8 5.3 6.0 6.6 2.0 -.4 3.8

3.4 5.9 3.5 .3 2.9 6.3 9.8 .6 -2 .9 5.1

4.5 4.8 7.1 7.2 7.7 4.1 1.4 2.0 1.7 4.3

7.1 2.5 7.0 9.0 5.8 5.8 6.6 4.6 9.9 13.0

3.0 -10.3 1.3 -15.1 44.5 21.0 -7 .8 31.9 64.0 -51.5

* Includes certified checks, letters of credit, etc. * Includes postal savings deposits, and for 1946 a small amount of unclassified deposits. * Average annual rate of change computed by using compound interest formula.

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

3.2 -1 .0 5.3 4.1 1.6 7.6 10.5 3.6 -5 .8 2.5

BANK

D EP O SITS

33

Importance of deposit growth. Bank assets and bank deposits are both closely related to the economic life of the nation. The loans and investments of banks provide nearly one-third of the funds borrowed by enterprises, individuals, and governments. But, whereas this loaning function of banks is shared with many other institutions, the deposit function of banks is almost unique. This is because bank deposits are used as circulating medium and comprise about seven-eighths of the money supply used by enterprises and individuals in making payments. Changes in the aggregate amount of bank deposits owned by enter­ prises and individuals are rather closely related to changes in their expenditures for the goods and services which make up the aggregate output of the economy. If, for example, the aggregate amount of deposits is reduced, people can continue their former rate of spending only by changing their habits regarding the amount of deposits they hold relative to their expenditures. Such habits change slowly. Consequently, main­ tenance of growth in bank deposits is an essential ingredient of national economic policy directed toward the maintenance of prosperity and a growing economy. However, the rate of growth must be kept at a reason­ able rate, for a rapid increase in the circulating medium opens the door to price inflation and its disturbances to the economy. Deposits of insured and noninsured commercial and mutual savings banks. Bank deposits are distributed among insured and noninsured commercial and mutual savings banks in the same manner as assets. Table 25 gives the amounts of the principal categories of deposits held by each of these groups of banks. Percentage changes during the year 1955 and for the nine-year period from the end of 1946 to the end of 1955 are also shown in the table. Both in 1955 and for the period since 1946 the deposits in mutual savings banks increased more rapidly than those in commercial banks. Deposits of mutual savings banks are almost entirely savings accounts, and the growth in such deposits was substantially greater, percentage­ wise, than that of time and savings deposits in commercial banks. Bank

C a p it a l

Growth in capital accounts. In most recent years, capital accounts of banks have increased more rapidly than either bank assets or bank deposits, thus resulting in gradually rising ratios of capital accounts to assets and deposits. Table 26 shows the percentage changes in the banks’ total capital accounts in 1955 and the average annual change since 1946 for insured and noninsured commercial and mutual savings banks. Ratios of total capital accounts to assets and to deposits, as of the end of the year, for 1946 and for 1954 and 1955 are also given for each group of banks. Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

34

FEDERAL

D EP O SIT

IN S U R A N C E

C O R PO R A T IO N

Table 25. and

D e p o s it s o f A l l B a n k s i n t h e U n i t e d S t a t e s ( C o n t i n e n t a l U . S. O t h e r A r e a s ), B y T y p e a n d I n s u r a n c e S t a t u s o f B a n k s , D e c e m b e r 31, 1955, a n d P e r c e n t a g e C h a n g e s D u r i n g 1955 a n d F r o m 1946 t o 1955

Deposits or percentage change

A m ou n t (in m illion s): Total deposits.................................. Business and personal: Demand........................................ Time and savings....................... States and subdivisions................ United States Government......... Interbank......................................... Total demand deposits................... Total time deposits..........................

Non­ insured com­ mercial banks

Insured com­ mercial banks

All banks

Insured mutual savings banks

Non­ insured mutual savings banks

$221,392

$190,989

$2,216

$21,237

$6,950

113,357 74,444 12,769 4,129 16,693 11*2,561* 78,828

112,214 45,891 12,505 4,066 16,313 11*1,037 1*9,952

1,097 440 242 60 377 1 ,1*71 71*5

45 21,168 19 2 3 53 21,18 1*

1 6,945 3 1

4.4 %

4 .2 %

-6 .2 %

6.8 %

7 .4%

3 6,91*7

Percentage change during 1955: T otal deposits................................... Business and personal: Demand........................................ Time and savings....................... States and subdivisions............... United States Government......... Interbank.........................................

5.9 4.8 2.5 -10.3 -1 .0

Percentage change Dec. 31, 1946 to Dec. 31, 1955 T otal deposits.................................. Business and personal: Demand....................................... Time and savings....................... States and subdivisions................ United States Government......... Interbank.........................................

41.2%

39.4%

-2 2 .3 %

35.5 48.0 85.2 30.5 31.1

36.4 40.1 88.5 33.5 32.4

-21.4 -34.4 -6 .8 -47.7 -8 .4

333.3 85.5 908.7 46.6 309.7

-39.0 27.7 573.5 115.6 64.7

Number of banks, Dec. 31, 1955. . . .

14,284

13,237

519

220

308

2.9 -6 .3 -3 .2 -16.2 -14.5

6.0 3.6 2.6 -10.2 -.4

-.5 6.8 2.4 -10.1 -3 .0

85.8%

6.8 7.4 -3 .1 -.3 -34.9

27.7%

Detailed data: See Table 105, pp. 124-125.

Table 26.

T o t a l C a p it a l A c c o u n t s of A l l B a n k s in t h e U n it e d S t a t e s ( C o n t i n e n t a l U . S. a n d O t h e r A r e a s ), B y T y p e a n d I n s u r a n c e S t a t u s o f B a n k s , D e c e m b e r 31, 1946 a n d 1955, A v e r a g e A n n u a l P e r c e n t a g e C h a n g e , 1947-1955, a n d R a t i o s t o A s s e t s a n d D e p o s it s , 1946, 1954, a n d 1955

Date or period

All banks

Insured commercial banks

Noninsured commercial banks and trust companies

Insured mutual savings banks

Noninsured mutual savings banks

A m ou n t (in m illion s): Dec. 31, 1955............................ Dec. 31, 1946............................

$18,210 11,345

$15,009 9,288

$389 273

$2,006 1,173

$806 611

Percentage change: In 1955....................................... 1947-1955 average1..................

4 .9 % 5.4

5 .1 % 5.5

- .7 % 4.6

4 .5 % 6.2

4 .2 % 3.1

Ratio total capital accounts to assets Dec. 31, 1955............................ Dec. 31, 1954............................ Dec. 31, 1946............................

7.5 7.5 6.7

7.2 7.1 6.3

14.5 13.9 8.6

8.6 8.7 9.3

10.3 10.6 10.1

Ratio total capital accounts to deposits Dec. 31, 1955............................ Dec. 31, 1954............................ Dec. 31, 1946............................

8.2 8.2 7.2

7.9 7.8 6.8

17.6 16.6 9.6

9.4 9.7 10.3

11.6 12.0 11.2

1 Average annual rate of change computed by using compound interest formula.

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

BANK

35

C A P IT A L

The ratios of the capital accounts of the banks to their assets and deposits are now substantially lower than they were two decades earlier. These ratios for all operating banks are shown in Chart C, for each year from 1926 to 1935 and from 1946 to 1955. C h art C .

C a p it a l R

a t io s

of

A l l O p e r a t in g B a n k s ,

Income

of

Insured

1926-1935

and

1946-1955

B anks

Sources and disposition o f bank incom e. The total income of insured commercial banks in 1955 was about 3 percent larger than in 1954, and about twice as large as in 1947. The total income of insured mutual savings banks was 5 percent larger in 1955 than in the preceding year, and somewhat less than twice as large as in 1947. The sources of income, for insured commercial banks and for insured mutual savings banks, and the uses made of this income are shown in Table 27. Com­ parisons are also made with the preceding year and with 1947. Growth o f bank incom e, 1947 to 1955. In Chart D, the growth in bank income for the 1947-1955 period, for insured commercial banks and for insured mutual savings banks, is compared with the increase in the assets of the banks. This chart is on a ratio scale. On this kind of a chart, the same percentage change is shown by the same slope of the lines, even though there may be a great difference in the magnitudes of the amounts plotted. The rate of growth of income of insured com­ mercial banks, it will be noted, was considerably greater than the in­ crease in bank assets; but the growth of income of insured mutual savings banks has been at about the same rate as the increase in assets. Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

36

FED ERAL T a b le

D EP O S IT IN S U R A N C E

CO R PO R A T IO N

27.

S o u r c e s a n d D i s p o s it io n o f T o t a l I n c o m e , I n s u r e d B a n k s in t h e U n it e d St a t e s ( C o n t i n e n t a l U . S. a n d O t h e r A r e a s ), 1947, 1954, a n d 1955 Amounts (in millions)

Item

T otal in co m e.......................... Sources Loans...................................... U . S. Government obli­ gations ................................ Other securities.................... Service charges on deposits. Other current income*........ Recoveries, etc.4.................. Disposition Salaries and wages.............. Interest and dividends on deposits.............................. Other current expenses*. . . Charge-offs, etc.6................. Income taxes6....................... Dividends to stockholders7. Additions to capital ac­ counts .................................

Percent of total, 1955*

Insured mutual savings banks1

Insured commercial banks

Com­ mercial banks

Mutual savings banks

1955

1954

1947

$6,617

$6,405

$3,360

$846

$781

$475

3,697

3,263

1,282

536

454

153

55.9

63.3

1,334 351 340 656 240

1,273 325 312 601 631

1,080 179 148 409 262

151 99

156 96

185 24

17.8 11.7

28 33

28 47

13 100

20.2 5.3 5.1 9.9 3.6

1,896

1,762

947

75

71

45

28.7

8.9

678 1,386 707 794 566

618 1,258 553 907 517

298 737 295 302 315

536 83 56 9

466 83 51 11

181 49 112 6

10.2 20.9 10.7 12.0 8.6

63.4 9.8 6.6 1.1

590

790

466

87

99

82

8.9

10.3

1955

1954

1947

100.0%

100.0%

3.3 3.9

Note: Due to rounding differences, components may not add precisely to the totals. 1 Because of changes in 1951 in the method of reporting, data for 1954 and 1955 are not strictly comparable with those for 1947 nor with those for commercial banks. 2 Percentages are computed from unrounded data. * For mutual savings banks in 1954 and 1955 includes amounts classified as “ nonrecurring” income or expenses. 4 Recoveries from assets previously charged off except those credited to valuation reserve accounts, profits on assets sold, and transfers from valuation reserve accounts. 6 Losses and other charge-offs except those charged to valuation reserve accounts, and transfers to valuation reserve accounts. 6 For mutual savings banks, includes franchise taxes computed on an income basis. 7 Includes interest on capital notes and debentures.

C h art

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

D.

A ssets M

and

utual

I ncom e, I nsured

Sa v in g s B a n k s ,

C o m m e r c ia l

1947-1955

and

IN C O M E

OF

IN S U R E D

37

BANKS

Chart E, also on a ratio scale, compares for the two groups of insured banks the change in holdings of the two major categories of assets, loans and securities, with the income from those assets. Income from loans, in the case of insured commercial banks, increased relatively more than the amount of loans held; while in the case of insured mutual savings banks, the income from loans increased less rapidly than the amount of loans. The amounts of securities held by both groups of banks remained comparatively steady during the nine-year period; the income from them increased relative to the amounts held, especially for the insured commercial banks after 1951 and for the insured mutual savings banks in 1955. Chart E.

L o a n s a n d S e c u r i t i e s a n d In c o m e f r o m I n s u r e d B a n k s , 1947-1955

Them ,

Operating earnings and expenses, insured com m ercial banks, 1947 to 1955. In 1955, as in other years, income from loans and securities constituted about four-fifths of the current income of the insured com­ mercial banks. Their remaining income consists of such items as service charges on deposits, trust department earnings, and fees from mis­ cellaneous services. Current operating expenses of insured commercial banks are about two-thirds of current operating earnings. This proportion has remained comparatively steady throughout the 1947-1955 period. Salaries and wages constitute about half the current operating expenses of insured commercial banks. Other operating expenses include interest paid on time and savings deposits, interest and discount on borrowed money, fees to directors and members of committees, taxes other than on net income, rents, recurring depreciation on banking house and equipment, and various other items not specified in the reports. Of the total spent Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

38

FEDERAL

D EP O S IT

IN S U R A N C E

C O R PO R A T IO N

for these various types of expense, interest on time deposits constitutes about a sixth of total current operating expenses; this is about a tenth of current operating earnings. Operating earnings and expenses, and interest and dividends on deposits, insured mutual savings banks, 1947 to 1955. Nearly all of the income of insured mutual savings banks is derived from loans and securities. On the expense side, savings banks do not have the clerical cost of handling checking accounts, as their business is confined almost entirely to the handling of savings accounts, and amounts paid to depositors as interest or dividends are not included in current operating expenses. For these reasons, the current operating expenses of mutual savings banks, consisting of salaries and wages and miscellaneous ex­ penses, absorb a much smaller part of current operating earnings than in the case of commercial banks. For insured mutual savings banks, current operating expenses in 1955 were less than one-fifth of current operating earnings. Because the type of operations of savings banks permits smaller expenses relative to deposits than in the case of commercial banks, and because in mutual banks the depositors are also the owners, the mutual savings banks are able to use a larger part of their current operating earnings for dividends on deposits than the commercial banks use for interest on deposits. In 1955, the dividends on deposits of insured mutual savings banks amounted approximately to two-thirds of their current operating earnings. This proportion has increased in recent years, having risen from about half of current operating earnings in 1947. Rates of income. Table 28 shows for each year from 1947 to 1955 the average rate of income on loans, on United States Government obligations, and on other securities, by insured commercial banks and by insured mutual savings banks. T able 28.

A verage R

ates

of

I ncom e, I nsured B a n k s,

Insured commercial banks Year On loans

1955..................... 1954..................... 1953..................... 1952..................... 1951..................... 1950..................... 1949..................... 1948..................... 1947.....................

4.88% 4.79 4.84 4.64 4.45 4.34 4.22 4.04 3.79

On U . S. Government obligations

2.09% 1.98 1.98 1.80 1.65 1.59 1.61 1.57 1.54

1947-1955

Insured mutual savings banks

On other securities

2.15% 2.14 2.11 2.04 1.99 2.04 2.15 2.14 2.16

On loans1

4.25% 4.15 4.12 4.09 4.14 4.35 4.37 4.43 4.51

On U . S. Government obligations

2.51% 2.31 2.49 2.43 2.35 2.35 2.33 2.29 2.28

On other securities

3.30% 3.19 3.16 3.05 2.98 2.95 3.00 3.00 2.99

1 Because of changes in 1951 in the method of reporting by insured mutual savings banks, data for 1951-1955 are not strictly comparable with those for previous years nor with those for insured com­ mercial banks.

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

IN C O M E

OF

IN S U R E D

BANKS

39

Insured commercial banks have had a rise in the rate of income on loans during each of the past nine years, except for a slight decline in 1954. For the period as a whole the rise has been substantial; in 1955 the insured commercial banks received over a fourth more income for each $100 of loans than they did in 1947. Rates of income received by the insured commercial banks on their holdings of United States Govern­ ment obligations have also increased in most of the years during this period, and in 1955 were more than a third higher than in 1947. In con­ trast, there was a relatively small change in the rate of income on other securities, the 1955 figure being about the same as that in 1947, with lower rates for all of the intervening years. In 1955, and during the preceding four years, the average rate of income on loans received by insured mutual savings banks was lower than that of insured commercial banks. For the years from 1947 to 1950 the average rate of income on loans received by insured mutual savings banks had been higher than that of insured commercial banks. For the nine-year period as a whole, the insured mutual savings banks did not experience, as did the insured commercial banks, an increase in the rate of income from loans. This is due primarily to differences in the major types of loans held. The bulk of the loans of insured mutual savings banks are loans secured by real estate mortgages. The largest segment of the loans of insured commercial banks is the industrial and commercial group, on which interest rates have been rising; and another segment, that of instalment loans to individuals, on which rates of interest are generally higher than on other types of loans, has been increasing in relative importance. Expense ratios. Expense ratios of insured commercial banks, like their rates of income, increased steadily during the nine-year period from 1947 to 1955, whether measured in relation to the amount of assets of the banks or in relation to the amount of their deposits. Bank expenses are incurred in part in the handling of assets, but the major part of the cost of operations of commercial banks is incurred in the handling of deposit accounts. In Table 29, which gives the more important expense ratios, the expenses are related to deposits. In 1955 total operating expenses of the insured commercial banks amounted to $2.14 for each $100 of deposits, compared with $2.06 the previous year and $1.44 in 1947. Very close to half of these amounts, in each of the years, was wages and salaries. Interest paid on time and sav­ ings deposits rose from 0.87 percent in 1947 to 1.38 percent in 1955; and income from service charges on demand deposits from 0.14 percent to 0.25 percent. Expense ratios for insured mutual savings banks, which are also given in Table 29, are likewise related to deposits. The operating expenses of Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

40

FEDERAL

D EP O S IT

IN SU R A N C E

C O R PO R A T IO N

mutual savings banks represent the cost to their depositor-owners of having funds invested for them under the conditions prescribed by law for such banks. In 1955 total operating expenses of insured mutual savings banks amounted to $0.77 for each $100 deposits. This is about two-fifths of the corresponding ratio for insured commercial banks, reflecting primarily the absence of costs of handling checking accounts. Salaries and wages, as in the commercial banks, accounted for nearly half of total current operating expenses. It may be noted that in the insured mutual savings banks salaries and wages, and also total current operating expenses, were no higher relative to deposits than in 1947. Table 29.

E x p e n s e R a t io s

I n t e r e s t P a id

and

Insured B a n k s,

Insured commercial banks

Year

Total current operating expenses to total deposits1

1955........... 1954........... 1953........... 1952........... 1951........... 1950........... 1949........... 1948........... 1947...........

2.14% 2.06 1.98 1.84 1.74 1.67 1.63 1.55 1.44

Salaries and wages to total deposits

1.03% 1.00 .97 .91 .87 .82 .79 .75 .69

Service charges on demand deposits

0.25% .24 .21 .20 .20 .19 .19 .17 .14

on

D

e p o s it s ,

1947-1955 Insured mutual savings banks

Interest on time and savings deposits

1.38% 1.32 1.24 1.15 1.03 .94 .91 .90 .87

Total current operating expenses to total deposits1

0.77% .78 .79 .87 .88 .82 .79 .80 .79

Salaries and wages to total deposits

0.36% .36 .37 .37 .37 .39 .39 .39 .38

Dividends on time and savings deposits

2.61% 2.37 2.35 2.27 1.88 1.84 1.79 1.57 1.53

1 For insured commercial banks includes interest on time and savings deposits, which is about one-sixth of total current operating expenses; for insured mutual savings banks excludes dividends on time and savings deposits and includes amounts reported for 1951-1955 as “ nonrecurring expenses” . Because of changes in 1951 in the method of reporting by insured mutual savings banks, data for 19511955 are not strictly comparable with those for previous years nor with those for insured commercial banks.

The average rate of dividends on time and savings deposits paid by insured mutual savings banks has increased steadily during the nineyear period, rising from 1.53 percent in 1947 to 2.61 percent in 1955. These rates throughout the period have been nearly twice the average rate of interest paid on time and savings deposits by insured commercial banks. Allowance for losses and gains on assets disposed of or revalued. Banks make provision for losses on assets by direct charge-offs or by transferring earnings to valuation reserve accounts; and on the income side, recapture some of the values previously charged off and obtain profits on assets sold at prices higher than they had been carried on their books. Allowance for losses by insured commercial banks, through direct charge-offs and transfers to reserve accounts, was more than a fourth Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

IN C O M E

OF

IN SU R ED

41

BANKS

larger in 1955 than in the previous year; and was equal to 0.35 percent of the amount of assets held, or to 0.44 percent of such assets excluding cash and due from banks. The amounts for the two years, and the portion which related to loans and securities, respectively, are shown in Table 30, with similar data for 1948, the earliest year for which information is available in the same detail. The same table also shows the amounts of gains taken into the banks’ income accounts from profits on assets sold, recoveries on assets previously charged off, and transfers from reserve accounts. In 1955, as in most previous years but in contrast with 1954, the amounts taken into the income accounts from these sources were less than the allowance for losses. In 1954 profits on securities sold had been unusually large. Table 30. or

G a in s a n d A l l o w a n c e f o r L o sses R e v a l u e d , I n s u r e d C o m m e r c ia l B a n k s , (In millions of dollars) Gains or cancellation of loss allowance

Year

Net gains ( + ) or loss allowance (-)

Total

Re­ coveries and profits1

on

A ssets D

1948, 1954,

is p o s e d

and

of

1955

Allowance for losses

Transfers from reserve accounts

Total

| Losses 9 and I charge| offs*

Transfers to reserve accounts

On all assets 1955..................... 1954..................... 1948.....................

$-468 +79 -219

$240 631 266

<*> (3) («)

(») (*) (•)

$707 553 486

(») (*) (*)

(*)

On loans 1955..................... 1954..................... 1948.....................

-253 -160 -222

78 92 89

$ 27 34 40

$51 58 49

332 252 311

$ 28 29 32

$304 223 279

On securities 1955...... .............. 1954..................... 1948.....................

-171 +299 -66

118 492 113

78 431 89

40 61 24

289 193 120

221 67 79

67 126 41

On other assets 1955..................... 1954..................... 1948.....................

-43 -60 +9

44 48 64

(*) (*) (3)

(*) («) (»)

87 107 55

(•) (*) (*)

(■) («) (*)

(»)

Note: Due to rounding differences, components may not add precisely to the totals. 1 Recoveries from assets previously charged off excluding those credited to reserve accounts (see Table 31), and profits on assets sold. For securities, profits on sales were as follows: 1955, $57 million; 1954, $417 million; and 1948, $60 million. * Excluding those charged to reserve accounts (see Table 31). * Not reported separately.

The net additions to reserve accounts by insured commercial banks brought the amounts of such reserves against loans and securities to 1.67 and 0.30 percent, respectively, of the amounts of such assets held. The amounts of such reserves, and the changes in them, for each year from 1948 to 1955, are shown in Table 31. Insured mutual savings banks also make provision for losses through charge-offs and transfers of earnings to other accounts, but the accounting and reporting procedures used are not identical with those used by Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

42

FEDERAL

D EP O S IT

IN SU R A N C E

C O R PO R A T IO N

commercial banks. In 1955, the allowance for losses of the insured mutual savings banks was equal to 0.25 percent of total assets. Their net addi­ tions to valuation reserves brought the amount of such reserves against loans and securities to 1.34 percent and 1.04 percent, respectively, of the amounts of such assets held. Table 31.

R e s e r v e s fo r L o sse s on L o a n s a n d o n Se c u r it ie s , I n s u r e d C o m m e r c ia l B a n k s i n t h e U n i t e d S t a t e s ( C o n t i n e n t a l U . S. a n d O t h e r A r e a s ), 1948-1955 (Amounts in millions of dollars) Changes reported

Year

Amount of reserves end of year

Computed net change during year1

Net transfers from earnings2

Net losses charged to reserve accounts3

On loans 1955........................ 1954........................ 1953........................ 1952........................ 1951........................ 1950....................... 1949........................ 1948.......................

$1,268 1,072 964 906 818 674 549 410

$ 196 108 58 87 145 125 139 (5)

$253 165 114 127 176 161 193 230

$49 49 56 33 36 34 53 36

On securities 1955........................ 1954........................ 1953........................ 1952........................ 1951........................ 1950........................ 1949........................ 1948.......................

239 277 235 243 254 250 238 233

-38 43 -8 -11 -4 + 12 -5 (5)

27 66 27 9 19 16 6 17

65 13 36 21 15 3 4 11

Ratio of reserves to loans or securities4

1.67% 1.57 1.48 1.51 1.50 1.46 1.32 1.03 .30 .35 .31 .33 .35 .33 .33 .32

Note: Due to rounding differences, components may not add precisely to the totals. 1 Difference from amount of reserves reported for end of the preceding year. Differs in some years from change reported for the year because of banks ceasing operations and not submitting earnings reports, or because of other adjustments. 2 Transfers to reserve accounts in excess of transfers from reserve accounts. 8 Losses charged to reserve accounts in excess of recoveries credited to reserve accounts. 4 Based on averages of loans or securities at beginning, middle, and end of year. 6 Not available.

Profits o f insured com m ercial banks. Net profits of insured commercial banks, both before and after income taxes, were less in 1955 than in the previous year. This was due to the unusually large profits in 1954 on sales of securities. For the six years previous to 1955 the profits before income taxes of insured commercial banks rose at a much faster rate than the assets of the banks, as is indicated by the differences in the slopes of the lines on the left side of Chart F. In 1955, as in 1954, income taxes took about 41 percent of the net profits of the insured commercial banks before such taxes, in comparison with 43 percent in 1953. From 1947 to 1953, the rise in the profits of the banks before income taxes was accompanied by a relatively larger portion absorbed by income taxes, as is shown in Table 32. Consequently, profits after income taxes rose much less rapidly than profits before income taxes. Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

IN C O M E

OF

IN S U R ED

BANKS

43

Chart F.

A s s e t s , C a p i t a l , a n d N e t P r o f it s , I n s u r e d C o m m e r c ia l B a n k s , 1947-1955

Table 32.

D i s p o s it io n o f N e t P r o f it s , I n s u r e d C o m m e r c i a l B a n k s in U n i t e d S t a t e s ( C o n t i n e n t a l U . S. a n d O t h e r A r e a s ), 1947-1955

Year

1955 1954 1953........... 1952........... 1951........... 1950........... 1949........... 1 9 4 8 ...... 1947...........

Net profits before income taxes (millions)

$1,950 2,215 1,812 1,685 1,468 1,365 1,157 1,021 1,084

Proportion absorbed by taxes on net income

40.7% 41.0 43.4 41.2 38.1 31.3 28.1 27.0 27.9

Net profits ^after income taxes (millions)

$1,156 1,307 1,026 990 908 937 831 745 781

Proportion used for—

Dividends1

49.0% 39.6 46.2 44.6 46.1 41.8 42.6 44.5 40.3

Additions to capital accounts 51.0% 60.4 53.8 55.4 53.9 58.2 57.4 55.5 59.7

th e

Ratios to total capital accounts Net profits after in­ come taxes 7.9% 9.5 7.9 8.1 7.8 8.5 8.0 7.5 8.2

Dividends

3.9 % 3.8 3.7 3.6 3.6 3.6 3.4 3.3 3.3

^Including dividends on preferred stock and interest on capital notes and debentures.

In the majority of recent years, net profits after taxes of insured commercial banks have increased less rapidly than the total capital accounts of the banks, as may be seen from the slopes of the lines on the right-hand side of Chart F. The conspicuous exception to this was in 1954, when the profits on securities sold resulted in a very large amount of profits, even after payment of income taxes. The use which the insured commercial banks made of their net profits after taxes, that is, the amounts of dividends to stockholders and of additions to capital accounts, are also shown in Table 32 for each year from 1947 to 1955. In 1955 almost half of the net profits after taxes were disbursed to stockholders, a larger proportion than in any other year during this period. Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

44

FEDERAL

D E P O S IT

IN SU R A N C E

C O R PO R A T IO N

Additions to surplus by insured m utual savings banks. Additions to surplus by insured mutual savings banks, representing the excess of income from all sources over operating expenses, dividends to depositors, provision for losses, and taxes, were somewhat less in 1955 than in 1954. The amounts for the two years are shown in the table on sources and disposition of income on page 36.

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

PART THREE DEPOSIT ACCOUNTS AND INSURANCE COVERAGE

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

S p e c ia l C a l l s

for

D e p o s it I n f o r m a t io n

The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation requested a report from each insured bank on its deposits as of September 21, 1955. The purpose of this request was to assist the Corporation in estimating its contingent liability in insuring bank deposits. Such requests have been made at intervals of from two to four years, the last being in 1951. Each insured bank was asked to report the number of its deposit accounts and the amount of deposits in those accounts, with accounts grouped by size. Four size groupings for accounts were used: $10,000 or less; $10,000 to $25,000; $25,000 to $100,000; and more than $100,000. Banks were also asked to report these data for each of several types of accounts: savings and time deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations; demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corpo­ rations; United States Government deposits; State and local government deposits; interbank deposits; uninvested trust funds; drafts; and other items. The special report requested information on some types of bank obligations which are not regularly included in deposits as reported in the statements of assets and liabilities called “ reports of condition” . The important differences are reciprocal demand balances with other banks, trust funds redeposited in other banks, and certain outstanding drafts. Because of these differences the total amount of deposits reported by banks for the special call exceeds by approximately one percent the total amount of deposits which banks would have reported on the same date had they been asked to submit reports of condition. The form and instructions used by the banks are shown on pages 59-61. Estimation of insured deposits. Insured deposits are estimated from the special reports by summing the deposits in all accounts of $10,000 or less and adding to this an amount equal to $10,000 for each account with a balance containing more than $10,000. This procedure yields an estimate for insured deposits which, in most banks, is some­ what different from the amount of deposits for which the Corporation would be responsible, under the law, if the bank should fail. The Federal Deposit Insurance Act provides insurance protection for each depositor to a maximum of $10,000 on deposits maintained by him in the same right and capacity, after allowing for any applicable offsets. If a depositor maintains several deposits in the same right and capacity in the same insured bank, such as a checking account and a savings account, these deposits would be combined in determining what amount shall be paid to the depositor by the Corporation if the bank

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

47

48

FEDERAL

D EP O SIT

IN S U R A N C E

C O R PO R A T IO N

were closed for liquidation. However, if the depositor maintains deposits in different rights or capacities, they are separately insured up to the $10,000 maximum in each right or capacity in which the funds are maintained. For example, if a county tax collector maintains in a custodial capacity deposits owned by several public units, the deposits of each public unit would be insured up to $10,000. Banks were not asked either to combine or to separate accounts for each of their depositors, nor were they asked to consider any possible offsets. However, it is believed that there is only a small difference between the amount of insured deposits estimated from these reports and the amount for which the Corporation would be responsible in the event of failure of an insured bank. Because the large majority of accounts are of small size it is probable that there is little difference between the proportion of accounts with balances of $10,000 or less (referred to as “ fully protected” ) and the proportion of depositors fully insured by the Corporation. However, the number of bank accounts as reported in these special calls is sub­ stantially larger than the actual number of bank depositors. A ccounts an d

D e p o s it s , A l l

In su red

B a n k s, Septem ber

21, 1955

On September 21, 1955, the 13,498 banks insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation reported 130 million deposit accounts and total deposits of $203 billion. More than 98 percent of the deposit accounts had balances of $10,000 or less and were thus tabulated as fully protected by deposit insurance, while the remaining accounts, with balances in excess of $10,000, were protected up to the insurance maximum. Insured deposits on the survey date totaled $112 billion, or slightly over 55 percent of all deposits in insured banks. Table 33 shows accounts fully protected and deposits insured. Table 33.

A ccounts

and

D

e p o s it s ,

A ll I n su r e d B a n k s , Se p te m b e r

Number or amount Item

21, 1955

Percent of total

All insured banks

Commer­ cial banks

Mutual savings banks

N um ber of accounts (in th o u ­ sands)— to ta l....................................

129,713

114,568

15,145

100.0%

100.0%

Fully protected (balances of $10,000 or less).......................... Partially protected (balances of more than $10,000)..............

127,427

112,551

14,876

98.2

98.2

98.2

2,286

2,017

269

1.8

1.8

1.8

A m ou n t of deposits (in millions) — to ta l.................................................

$202,787

$181,849

$20,938

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

Insured............................................. Uninsured........................................

111,754 91,033

91,463 90,386

20,291 647

55.1 44.9

50.3 49.7

96.9 3.1

Number of banks...................................

13,498

13,278

220

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

All insured banks

Commer­ cial banks

Mutual savings banks

100.0%

A C C O U N T S A N D D EP O SITS, A L L IN S U R E D B A N K S , S E P T E M B E R

21, 1955

49

Extent of deposit insurance. The results of the 1955 survey exhibit a characteristic of deposit insurance which has been observed in every special call since 1934, namely, that almost all deposit accounts are fully protected in all sizes and types of banks, but the proportions of deposits insured differ markedly among banks. This is simply a reflection of the fact that there are relatively few accounts with very large deposit balances, and such accounts are located in the larger banks. The similari­ ties and differences in insurance coverage for banks of various size groups are evident from Chart G, which shows that banks in both the smallest and largest size groups have more than 98 percent of their accounts fully protected, but that the percentage of deposits insured in small banks is substantially higher than the percentage of deposits insured in large banks. C h art G .

P r o p o r t io n o f A c c o u n t s F u l l y P r o t e c t e d a n d D e p o s it s I n s u r e d , A l l I n s u r e d B a n k s , b y S i z e o f B a n k , S e p t e m b e r 21, 1955

The influence of large banks on the data is apparent even when banks are grouped other ways than by size. Examination of the detailed statistics in Tables 35 and 36 will show, for example, that banks in major cities tend to have a smaller proportion of their deposits insured than banks in smaller population centers, and that the same is true of banks which are members of the Federal Reserve System when compared with those not members of the System. Yet no matter how the banks are grouped, the Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

50

FEDERAL

D EP O SIT

IN SU R A N C E

C O R PO R A T IO N

proportion of accounts fully protected remains high. Even in those banks with such large accounts that a small percentage of their deposits are insured, accounts with balances of $10,000 or less comprise 90 percent of all accounts. Mutual savings banks have a much larger proportion of their deposits insured than do commercial banks. Also, there is no significant difference among the proportions of deposits insured when mutual savings banks are grouped by size. These banks, regardless of size, hold almost entirely savings and time accounts, and many of them are not permitted by State law to receive deposits in excess of $10,000 from a depositor. Chart H.

P r o p o r t io n o f A c c o u n t s F u l l y P r o t e c t e d a n d D e p o s it s I n s u r e d , A l l I n s u r e d B a n k s , b y T y p e o f A c c o u n t , S e p t e m b e r 21, 1955

____ IT 100

ACCOUNTS FULLY PROTECTED 75

SO

DEPOSITS INSURED

25

75

PE,CElo l

SAVINGS AND TIME*

DEMAND*

INTERBANK

U.S. GOVERNMENT (S T A T E AND POLITICAL SUBDIVISION

C UNINVESTED TRUST FUNDS DRAFTS

OTHER ITEMS 100

* PERCENT "Of INDIVIDUALS. PARTNERSHIPS. AND CORPORATIONS

There is considerable range in the proportions of accounts fully pro­ tected and of deposits insured when these data are shown by type of account. This is illustrated by Chart H, which shows, for example, that less than one-third of the interbank accounts and less than three-fourths of the government accounts are fully insured. This compares with account coverage of from 95 to 99 percent for other types of accounts. The range is even greater for the proportion of deposits insured in the various types of accounts. Ninety percent of savings and time deposits are in­ sured but for no other type of account is more than half the deposits insured. Indeed, the estimates indicate that less than seven percent of Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

A C C O U N T S A N D D EP O SITS, A L L IN S U R E D B A N K S , S E P T E M B E R

21, 1955

51

the deposits in interbank accounts and only five percent of United States Government deposits are protected by insurance. However, it should be remembered that government deposits are usually protected by surety bonds or by pledge of securities, in addition to deposit insurance. Concentration o f risk to the Corporation. The fact that a rela­ tively small number of banks holds a large proportion of all deposits means that the risk to the Corporation as an insurer of bank deposits is concentrated in certain groups of banks. Such concentrations differ in degree and significance. Four distributions of insured deposits shown by the recent survey are illustrated in Chart I. The degree of concentration of insured deposits, when banks are grouped by size, is indicated by the fact that more than 45 percent of these deposits were in only two percent of the banks. Indeed, the six banks falling in the largest size category, which constituted less than one-twentieth of 1 percent of all insured banks, held insured deposits amounting to about $9 billion; this was more than five times the amount in the Corporation’s deposit insurance fund. Another type of concentration may be observed when the insured banks are grouped according to the Federal supervisory authorities to which they are accountable. Banks that are members of the Federal Reserve System, which are examined by representatives of the Comp­ troller of the Currency or the Federal Reserve banks, constitute slightly less than half of all insured banks. On the report date these banks held about two-thirds of the insured deposits. Thus, although the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation regularly examines the majority of insured banks, the greater proportion of the deposits it insures is in those banks not usually subject to its examination. The distribution of insured banks and insured deposits by location provides additional illustrations of the concentration of insured deposits. As would be anticipated from knowledge of the size distribution of banks, data secured from the 1955 survey show that insured deposits are con­ centrated in large cities. Cities with 100,000 population or more serve as the headquarters for less than 8 percent of all insured banks, but these banks hold well over half of the insured deposits. In fact, $18 billion of insured deposits, or about 16 percent of the total, were located in the banks in New York City. The concentration of insured deposits in large cities is reflected in the distribution of insured deposits among States. Banks in 16 States in the northeast and north central sections of the country held almost two-thirds of all insured deposits on the report date, but these banks constitute less than half of all insured banks. By way of contrast, insured banks in an equal number of States in the south and southwest had less Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

52

FEDERAL

D EP O S IT

IN SU R A N C E

C O R PO R A T IO N

than a fifth of the insured deposits, though they comprise one-third of all insured banks. C h art I.

Se le c te d P e r c e n t a g e D and

i s t r i b u t io n s o f

I n su r e d B a n k s , Se p t e m b e r

PERCENT OF ALL INSURED DEPOSITS

7 0 --------------------------------------------------------------

I nsured D

e p o s it s

21, 1955

(j j jjjjjjjj PERCENT OF ALL

INSUREO BANKS

---------------------------------------------------- 70 POPULATION OF CENTER

L E S S THAN 5,000

STATES

CLASS OF BANK

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

SAVINGS

100.000 OR MORE

-------------------------------------70

7 0 - ----------------------------------------------

M EMBERS F .R .S .

5,000 TO 100.000

M EMBERS F.R.S.

SOUTH AND SOUTHWEST (16 S T A T E S . 0 . 0

WEST AND NORTHWEST (16 S T A T E S )

NORTHEAST AND NORTH CEN TRAL (16 S T A T E S )

A C C O U N T S A N D D EP O SITS, A L L IN S U R E D B A N K S , S E P T E M B E R

21, 1955

53

The risks of the Corporation are not always in direct proportion to the amount of insured deposits. Banks with a large proportion of their deposits uninsured generally hold large amounts of interbank deposits: a receivership of such a bank will cause difficulties in other banks and thus is likely to result in more loss to the Corporation than failure of a smaller bank with the same amount of insured deposits. Consequently, the distribution of total deposits in insured banks has an important bearing on the potential liability and risk of the Corporation. Total deposits are more highly concentrated than insured deposits in the large banks, in banks in large cities, and in the banks which are not regularly examined by the Corporation. Fully protected accounts and insured deposits with higher maximum insurance limits. From time to time inquiries are made about account and deposit protection which would prevail under higher coverage limits for each depositor. The reports for September 21, 1955, provided an opportunity to secure such information for assumed coverage limits of $25,000 and of $100,000. Of course, if either coverage had actually been in effect on the report date the distribution of deposits might have been different, but there is no evidence that this seriously distorts the estimates. Chart J shows the proportion of accounts fully protected and of deposits insured under the three coverage limits. C h art J. A c c o u n t s F u l l y P r o t e c t e d a n d D e p o s it s I n s u r e d w i t h M C o v e r a g e f o r E a c h D e p o s it o r o f $10,000, $25,000, a n d $100,000, A l l I n s u r e d B a n k s , S e p t e m b e r 21, 1955

DEPOSITS INSURED

ACCOUNTS FULLY PROTECTED

PR ESEN T COVERAGE OF $10 ,0 0 0

WITH COVERAGE OF $ 2 5 ,0 0 0

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

PRESENT COVERAGE OF $ 10,000

WITH COVERAGE OF $ 2 5 ,0 0 0

WITH COVERAGE OF $ 100,000

a x im u m

54

FEDERAL

D EP O S IT

IN SU R A N C E

C O R PO R A T IO N

Under the insurance limit of $10,000 only about two million of the 130 million accounts in all insured banks, or 1.8 percent, were not fully protected by insurance. Thus higher maximum insurance coverage could not have much effect on the proportion of accounts now completely in­ sured. If insurance coverage had been $25,000 for each depositor an additional million and a half accounts would have been fully protected, raising the proportion of fully protected accounts from the present 98.2 percent to 99.5 percent. Had the maximum for each depositor been $100,000 on the report date, still another half million accounts would have been completely covered, leaving only one-tenth of 1 percent of all accounts not fully protected by insurance. A higher maximum coverage for each depositor would have more effect on the proportion of deposits insured than on the proportion of accounts fully protected. Whereas about 55 percent of total deposits were insured on the report date under the present limitation, this proportion would have been about 64 percent under $25,000 coverage and 75 percent under $100,000 coverage; the total of insured deposits would have been $128.8 billion and $152.6 billion respectively. C h a n g e s in A c c o u n t s a n d D e p o s it s in I n s u r e d B a n k s , S p e c ia l C a l l D a t e s ,

1934-1955

The call of September 21, 1955, was the eighth request for special reports on deposits from all insured banks. The first such request was made as of October 1, 1934, at which time banks combined accounts to show the number of depositors and their deposit balances. Subsequent requests, beginning in 1936, asked only for the number of accounts and the deposits in those accounts. Table 34 summarizes the data secured from the eight special calls. Accounts in insured banks, 1936-1955. The number of bank accounts reported as of the most recent special call date was more than twice the number reported on the special call of 1936. Fully protected accounts, i.e., accounts with balances not exceeding the insurance maxi­ mum, have increased by almost the same extent between these two dates, so that the percentage of accounts fully protected in 1955 was only slightly lower than the comparable percentage in 1936. However, the number of fully protected accounts has increased relatively less than the number of all accounts during each of the periods between special call dates, except from 1949 to 1951. The 1950 statutory increase in maximum insurance coverage for each depositor from $5,000 to $10,000 brought enough additional accounts into the fully protected category to bring account protection in 1951 slightly above the 1936 percentage. Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

CHANGES

IN

Table 34.

Date

ACCOUNTS

D EP O S ITS

A c c o u n t s a n d D e p o s it s S p e c ia l C a l l D a t e s ,

Number of banks

Number of accounts (in thousands) Total

Sept. 21, 1955____ Sept. 19, 1951____ Sept. 2 0 ,1 9 4 9 .. . . Oct. 10, 1945......... Sept. 2 4 ,1 9 4 1 ____ Sept. 21, 1938____ May 13, 1936____ Oct. 1, 1934...........

AND

13,498 13,652 13,631 13,481 13,487 13,754 14,148 14,128

129,713 111,608 104,003 92,333 69,495 62,731 58,785 51,246i

Fully protected 127,427 109,938 99,564 88,988 68,165 61,690 57,817 50,423i

in

IN

IN S U R ED

55

BANKS

A ll I nsu red B a n k s ,

1934-1955

Amount of deposits (in millions) Total

$202,787 170,499 152,667 140,603 69,566 49,224 46,168 37,026

Insured

$111,754 92,531 74,533 65,859 27,639 22,610 20,456 16,455i

Proportion of— Accounts fully protected 98.2% 98.5 95.7 96.4 98.1 98.3 98.4 98.4i

Deposits insured

55.1% 54.3 48.8 46.8 39.7 45.9 44.3 44.41

Note: Maximum insurance coverage for each depositor was $10,000 on the 1951 and 1955 dates; on previous dates coverage was limited to $5,000 for each depositor. 1 Not strictly comparable with data for later years because accounts belonging to the same depositor were combined.

The decline in the proportion of accounts fully protected, except when coverage for each depositor was changed in 1950, is a consequence of deposits increasing faster than the number of accounts. This has resulted in the number of accounts larger than the insurance maximum rising at a faster rate than the total number of accounts. The different rates of increase of accounts and deposits are reflected in changes in the average size of account, as shown in Chart K. It will be observed that during the late 1930’s and the years embracing World War II deposits grew so much more rapidly than the number of accounts that the average size of account approximately doubled. By 1945 it reached $1,500 and has since remained at about that level. The relative stability in size of account since 1945 has been due to offsetting changes in the sizes of the two types of individual, partnership, and corporation accounts, which together comprise more than 90 percent of all bank accounts. As shown in Chart K, demand accounts of indi­ viduals, partnerships, and corporations have declined slightly in average size since 1945, whereas the average size of savings and time accounts has continued to increase. Chart K also shows that the number of accounts has grown more rapidly than has the population. Whereas there were only 45 bank accounts for each one hundred population in 1936 the number has gone up on each special call date and on September 21, 1955, was equal to 77 ac­ counts. This growing utilization of banking services is a consequence of the economic prosperity which has characterized much of the period since 1936, and also is due to successful efforts by banks to make an increasing variety of deposit facilities available to the public. In addition, it may reflect efforts of depositors to give themselves more insurance protection by dividing what would otherwise be single accounts into two or more accounts and distributing them among two or more banks. Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

56

Chart K.

FEDERAL A ccounts

in

D EP O S IT

IN SU R A N C E

C O R PO R A T IO N

A l l I n s u r e d B a n k s , S p e c ia l C a l l D

ates,

1936-1955

Deposits in insured banks, 1934-1955. Deposits in insured banks on the 1955 special call date were more than five times the amount reported for the first special call in 1934. The relative increase in insured deposits between the first and most recent call dates has been even greater, so that the percentage of deposits insured in 1955 was sub­ stantially above that which prevailed at the beginning of deposit in­ surance. The factor which was most influential in raising the proportion of deposits insured to its present level was the statutory increase in coverage for each depositor in 1950. The percentage of deposits insured rose from about 49 percent to 54 percent between the 1949 and 1951 special call dates, although data available from the 1951 special call revealed that the percentage of deposits insured would have declined between 1949 and 1951 had insurance coverage remained at the old level. Table 34 shows changes in the amount of insured deposits and in the percentage of deposits insured. During the four years since the 1951 special call there has been a slight increase in the proportion of deposits insured. This is explained by the fact that demand deposits (of individuals, partnerships, and corporations) in accounts of $10,000 or less grew more rapidly than those in larger-sized demand accounts, resulting in an increase in the proportion of demand deposits insured. This was more than sufficient to offset a decline in the proportion of savings and time deposits insured. Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

CHANGES

IN

ACCOUNTS

AND

D EP O S ITS

IN

IN S U R E D

BANKS

57

The very considerable growth in deposits, coupled with the decline in the number of insured banks since 1934, has resulted in a large shift in the distribution of insured banks by size, as measured by the amount of their deposits. For example, in 1934 more than 75 percent of the banks participating in Federal deposit insurance had less than $1 million of deposits; in 1955 only 14 percent were in that size category. Chart L illustrates the changes which have occurred in the distribution of in­ sured deposits by size of bank. C h art

L.

I nsured D

e p o s it s ,

S p e c ia l C a l l D

ates,

1934-1955

As banks increase in size they tend to hold larger amounts of unin­ sured balances. Thus another consequence of the change in the size distribution of insured banks is seen when banks are grouped by the percent of their deposits insured. In 1955, with $10,000 coverage for each depositor, there were about 2,700 banks with 90 percent or more of their deposits insured, whereas there were more than 5,000 such banks in 1936 when the coverage limit was only $5,000 for each depositor. D e t a il e d

S t a t is t ic s

Data reported by insured banks for the special call provide information that is not available elsewhere. For those interested in more detailed information than has been presented in the preceding pages, these data are presented in tables to follow by type of account; and for all accounts Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

58

FEDERAL

D EP O S IT

IN SU R A N C E

C O R PO R A T IO N

with the banks grouped by State, by class, by size, by population of center in which located, and by percent of deposits insured. For detailed statistics on insured deposits and fully protected accounts, the reader should consult Tables 35-36 or Tables 51-53. The first set of tables contains such information for all insured banks combined. The data and banks are grouped in the ways previously described and, in addition, there is a special grouping of banks by cities with more than 500,000 population. The second set of tables (51-53) contains somewhat similar information (except for the special groupings of banks by major cities) for insured commercial banks and for insured mutual savings banks. In addition, Tables 51-53 provide information on accounts which would be fully protected and deposits which would be insured under maximum coverage of $25,000 and $100,000 for each depositor. Tables 37-50 contain the basic data from which computations of insured deposits and fully protected accounts were made. Each such table relates either to insured commercial banks or to insured mutual savings banks, and shows, for various groupings of banks, the distribu­ tion of accounts or deposits as reported on the survey date.

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

IN S T R U C TIO N S

FOR

P R E P A R A T IO N

OF

SUM M ARY

O F D EP O SITS

59

INSTRUCTIONS FOR PREPARATION OF SUMMARY OF DEPOSITS, FORM 89—CALL NO. 7 AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON SEPTEMBER 21, 1955

G e n e r a l I n s t r u c t io n s

Each bank operating a branch or branches is requested to submit only one report, a consolidated report for the bank as a whole including deposits of all domestic branches and of those branches in Puerto Rico, the deposits of which are accorded insurance coverage. Do not include interbranch deposits (amounts due to branches and head office) in making this consolidated report. An entry should be made in every space on the form . Where there are no figures to report, the word “ None” must be written or stamped. N

umber

of

A ccounts

and

A mount

of

D

e p o s it s

All deposit liabilities of the bank—with certain exceptions noted for items 7 and 8 below—should be included at items 1 through 8 of this statement even though some of these deposits may be: (a) permissible exclusions or deductions for assessment purposes in preparing Certified Statements; or, (b) excluded from deposits for Report of Condition purposes. For the purpose of this report include commercial, checking, savings, time, thrift accounts, certificates of deposit, officers’ or cashiers’ checks, travelers’ checks, certified checks, outstanding drafts, letters of credit, and trust funds held in the trust department or on deposit in any other department of the bank or redeposited in other banks. The deposit classifications correspond with the usual ledger and condition report items, with the exception o f: Item 6, “ Trust funds,” which is found only in banks having trust powers and which is computed from the records of the trust department. The item “ Trust funds” means all trust funds (principal and/or income cash) retained in cash in the trust department, or deposited in the commercial or savings department of the bank, or deposited in any other bank, and trust department checks out­ standing. Do not deduct overdrafts, if any, unless such overdrafts may legally be offset by a cash balance in a related trust department account. Each trust department account reflecting trust funds (principal and/or income cash, in­ cluding cash deposited in savings and checking accounts), as shown in the records of the trust department, should be reported as a separate account; Item 7, “ Outstanding bank drafts,” which is to be determined by the bank as of September 21, 1955. Include outstanding drafts drawn on a correspondent or a Federal Reserve bank, other than those issued for purposes of the bank’ s own transactions (i.e., for transfer of funds from one correspondent bank to another, payment of expense items, or purchase of securities for the bank’s own portfolio); and Item 8, “ All other deposits,” which will include letters of credit issued for cash; bank money orders; certified and travelers’ checks outstanding; officers’ checks outstanding other than those issued for purposes of the bank’s own trans­ actions; and amounts due to Federal Reserve bank (transit account) represented by authorizations (other than outstanding drafts) to charge the reporting bank’s clearing balance or reserve account. Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

60

FEDERAL

D EP O S IT

IN S U R A N C E

CO R PO R A T IO N

Report in the column “ Amount of deposits” the bank’s deposit liabilities, by type of deposit and size of account. Show in the column “ Number of accounts” the number of accounts corresponding to these deposits. The entire amount of an account should be included under the appropriate subitem. For example, the entire $17,493.65 of an account of $17,493.65 should be placed in subitem (g) headed “ $10,000.01 to $25,000.00.” Do not enter $10,000.00 in subitem (f) headed “ $10,000.00 or less” and $7,493.65 in subitem (g) headed “ $10,000.01 to $25,000.00.” Only those ac­ counts the entire balance of which does not exceed $10,000.00 should be included in subitem (f) headed “ $10,000.00 or less.” For the purposes of this report, kindly note that: Accounts should not be combined. Each account standing to the credit of a depositor, whether or not in the same capacity and the same right, should be considered a separate account. The number of accounts reported should agree with the number of accounts on the books of the bank. If school savings are carried as one account, one account should be reported; if school savings ac­ counts are entered individually the total number of such accounts should be reported. Each dormant and inactive account should be reported as a separate account. Report as a separate account each outstanding certificate of deposit, letter of credit sold for cash, outstanding draft, certified and officer’s check. However, all travelers’ checks outstanding in the same name should be combined and reported as one account.

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

IN S T R U C T IO N S

FOR

FDIC Form 89— Call No. 7

P R E P A R A T IO N

OF

SUM M ARY

OF

61

D EP O S ITS

O R IG IN A L — Return this copy to Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

Please read carefully the accompanying “ Instructions for the Preparation o f Summary o f Deposits, F o r a 89— Call No. 7” fo r an explanation o f bank deposits for the purpose o f this report. Include at items 1 through 8 o f this report all deposit liabilities o f the bank even though some o f these deposits may be: (a ) permissible exclusions or deductions fo r assessment purposes in preparing Certified Statements; or, (b ) excluded from de­ posits fo r Report o f Condition purposes.

SUMMARY OF DEPOSITS OF_________________________________________________________________________ (Legal title o f bank)

o f__________________________________ . _________________ . A T THE C L O SE O F BUSINESS O N SEPTEMBER 21, 1*55. (C ity) (P . 0 . Zone N o.)

(State)

F D IC Certificate No.____________________ TYPE OF DEPOSIT

SIZE OF ACCOUNT

$10,000.00 or less ......... 1. Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations (exclude trust funds of own trust department)

trust department)

3. Deposits of TJ. S. Government (indude postal savings)

$10,000,00 or less, . $10,000.01 to $25,000.00.... $25,000.01 to $100,000.00$100,000.01 or more.......... Total..................................

5. Deposits of domestic and foreign banks (include amounts “ due to other banks” without deduction of any amounts “ due from other banks” —exdude amounts due to own branches or head office) 6. Trust funds as recorded in own trust department (i.e., all trust funds held in cash in the trust de> partment, deposited in own banking department, or deposited in other banks)

AMOUNT OF DEPOSITS

DOLLARS

CTS.

f

a ...............

$10,000.01 to $25,000.00— h $25,000.01 to $100,000.00., $100,000.01 or more......... d Total.......................... ...... e

$10,000.00 or loss ........... 4. Deposits of States and political subdivisions

n

$10,000.01 to $25,000.00.. h $25,000.01 to $100,000.00- c ............. ........ ............ $100,000.01 or more.......... d e $10,000.00 or less

2. Savings and time deposits of individuals, partner­ ships, and corporations (exclude trust funds of own

NUMBER OF ACCOUNTS

g ......................

h i j f b i j f

h c ........ ................................ d e

a

$10,000.01 to $25,000.00— b $25,000.01 to $100,000.00.. $100,000.01 or more_____ d Total.................................. e a $10,000.00 or less

, ,

h i j f

, h i j f

z

$10,000.01 to $25,000.00— h $25,000.01 to $100,000.00- o.____ ____ __ _ $100,000.01 or more..... .. d Total............................ — e $10,000.00 or less._______ a $10,000.01 to $25,000.00— h

h i j t g„

___

h i

$25,000.01 to $100,000.00.. $100,000.01 or more.......... d Total........................... ...... e

j f

........ z

7. Outstanding bank drafts

$10,000.00 or less. ........... a .............................. $10,000.01 to $25,000.00.... h .............. ....... $25,000.01 to $100,000.00.. $100,000.01 or more......... d e $intftnn no « r

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

8. All other deposits

n, $10,000.01 to $25,000.00— h $25,000.01 to $100,000.00.. $100,000.01 or more— ..... d Total................................. e

9. Total deposits (total of items 1 through 8)

$10,000.00 or less._______ $10,000.01 to $25,000.00— h $25,000.01 to $100,000.00.. $100,000.01 or more......... d Total........ ........................ e

h i i f h i i f --------- _ i j

The above statement is correct to the best of my knowledge and belief.

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

(Name and title of officer) (Signature o f above officer)

D

e t a il e d

Table 35.

T

ables:

D

is t r ib u t io n o f

A ccounts F u lly

and

A

ccounts a n d

P a r t ia l l y P ro tec ted

and

D

D

e p o s it s ,

e p o s it s

A ll I nsur ed B a n k s

I n su r e d , Septem ber

21, 1955

B AN KS GROUPED B Y FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION DISTRICT AND STATE

Percent of accounts

Number of accounts Number of banks

Insured Total

Fully Partially Fully protected1 protected2 protected

Partially protected

Total

Total insured

In fully protected accounts

Insured

Not insured

44.9%

T otal United States. . .

13,498 129,713,038 127,427,379

2,285,659

98.2%

1.8% $202,786,895 $111,754,737 $88,898,147 $22,856,590 $91,032,158

55.1%

C ontinental U. S . . . .

13,476 129,308,717 127,027,264

2,281,453

98.2

1.8

202,395,427

111,534,451

88,719,921

22,814,530

90,860,976

55.1

44.9

404,321

400,115

4,206

99.0

1.0

391,468

220,286

178,226

42,060

171,182

56.3

43.7

FDIC District District 1 .................... District 2 .................... District 3 .................... District 4 .................... District 5 .................... District 6 .................... District 7 .................... District 8 ..................... District 9 .............. .. District 1 0 .................. District 1 1 .................. District 1 2 ..................

485 997 1,451 1,032 1,008 1,456 1,438 1,526 1,100 1,464 1,131 410

6,715,508 27,870,287 16,560,448 9,018,193 5,920,887 7,254,895 11,224,631 9,415,914 3,861,903 4,840,495 7,676,684 19,353,193

6,610,695 27,298,283 16,294,178 8,897,700 5,821,763 7,135,364 11,052,193 9,214,790 3,799,698 4,747,323 7,525,466 19,029,926

104,813 572,004 266,270 120,493 99,124 119,531 172,438 201,124 62,205 93,172 151,218 323,267

98.4 97.9 98.4 98.7 98.3 98.4 98.5 97.9 98.4 98.1 98.0 98.3

1.6 2.1 1.6 1.3 1.7 1.6 1.5 2.1 1.6 1.9 2.0 1.7

9,347,380 58,539,299 23,474,592 10,563,808 7,751,722 10,305,655 15,171,515 17,349,769 5,429,420 7,369,967 12,581,596 24,902,172

4,944,949 31,355,400 13,389,874 6,055,186 4,364,880 5,565,702 9,264,667 8,847,966 3,550,121 4,135,873 6,045,340 14,234,779

3,896,819 25,635,360 10,727,174 4,850,256 3,373,640 4,370,392 7,540,287 6,836,726 2,928,071 3,204,153 4,533,160 11,002,109

1,048,130 5,720,040 2,662,700 1,204,930 991,240 1,195,310 1,724,380 2,011,240 622,050 931,720 1,512,180 3,232,670

4,402,431 27,183,899 10,084,718 4,508,622 3,386,842 4,739,953 5,906,848 8,501,803 1,879,299 3,234,094 6,536,256 10,667,393

52.9 53.6 57.0 57.3 56.3 54.0 61.1 51.0 65.4 56.1 48.0 57.2

47.1 46.4 43.0 42.7 43.7 46.0 38.9 49.0 34.6 43.9 52.0 42.8

State Alabama...................... Arizona........................ Arkansas...................... California.................... Colorado......................

238 10 228 144 154

1,395,869 510,446 799,148 14,842,251 981,785

1,376,414 500,809 786,440 14,600,109 960,919

19,455 9,637 12,708 242,142 20,866

98.6 98.1 98.4 98.4 97.9

1.4 1.9 1.6 1.6 2.1

1,573,648 703,751 931,759 18,648,234 1,611,677

919,550 415,981 598,886 10,308,578 888,165

725,000 319,611 471,806 7,887,158 679,505

194,550 96,370 127,080 2,421,420 208,660

654,098 287,770 332,873 8,339,656 723,512

58.4 59.1 64.3 55.3 55.1

41.6 40.9 35.7 44.7 44.9

Connecticut................ Delaware..................... District of Columbia. Florida......................... Georgia........................

94 31 17 229 348

1,560,028 341,499 715,407 1,895,602 1,745,442

1,534,319 334,724 701,008 1,854,701 1,719,200

25,709 6,775 14,399 40,901 26,242

98.4 98.0 98.0 97.8 98.5

1.6 2.0 2.0 2.2 1.5

2,176,464 586,197 1,356,583 3,006,933 2,251,014

1,227,181 280,301 617,976 1,672,852 1,168,102

970,091 212,551 473,986 1,263,842 905,682

257,090 67,750 143,990 409,010 262,420

949,283 305,896 738,607 1,334,081 1,082,912

56.4 47.8 45.6 55.6 51.9

43.6 52.2 54.4 44.4 48.1

Idaho............................ Illinois.......................... Indiana........................ Iowa. ........................... Kansas.........................

36 908 470 618 501

385,549 7,413,248 2,992,533 2,002,666 1,349,015

377,443 7,244,856 2,945,400 1,969,934 1,324,319

8,106 168,392 47,133 32,732 24,696

97.9 97.7 98.4 98.4 98.2

2.1 2.3 1.6 1.6 1.8

526,833 14,758,045 4,019,751 2,591,724 1,888,074

365,876 7,086,680 2,464,460 1,761,286 1,149,042

284,816 5,402,760 1,993,130 1,433,966 902,082

81,060 1,683,920 471,330 327,320 246,960

160,957 7,671,365 1,555,291 830,438 739,032

69.4 48.0 61.3 68.0 60.9

30.6 52.0 38.7 32.0 39.1

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

CO R P O R A TIO N

22

INSURANCE

Other areas...................

DEPOSIT

Uninsured In partially in partially protected protected accounts accounts

FEDERAL

FDIC District and State

Percent of total deposits

Deposits (in thousands)

1.4 1.6 1.0 1.4 1.9

1,725,908 2,389,408 585,030 2,421,569 4,680,475

1,077,703 1,089,013 418,355 1,494,922 1,934,372

867,833 823,223 346,875 1,209,672 1,440,052

209,870 265,790 71,480 285,250 494,320

648,205 1,300,395 166,675 926,647 2,746,103

62.4 45.6 71.5 61.7 41.3

37.6 54.4 28.5 38.3 58.7

Michigan..................... Minnesota................... Mississippi.................. Missouri...................... Montana.....................

418 668 193 585 112

5,401,735 2,568,218 883,974 3,110,054 428,801

5,317,607 2,531,654 871,448 3,053,709 418,437

84,128 36,564 12,526 56,345 10,364

98.4 98.6 98.6 98.2 97.6

1.6 1.4 1.4 1.8 2.4

7,454,166 3,624,453 920,127 5,217,740 677,152

4,396,557 2,231,754 604,376 2,564,184 443,597

3,555,277 1,866,114 479,116 2,000,734 339,957

841,280 365,640 125,260 563,450 103,640

3,057,609 1,392,699 315,751 2,653,556 233,555

59.0 61.6 65.7 49.1 65.5

41.0 38.4 34.3 50.9 34.5

Nebraska..................... Nevada........................ New Hampshire. . . . New Jersey................. New Mexico...............

380 8 75 318 52

938,124 197,134 476,133 5,860,656 359,369

919,075 192,813 468,662 5,781,581 353,097

19,049 4,321 7,471 79,075 6,272

98.0 97.8 98.4 98.6 98.3

2.0 2.2 1.6 1.4 1.7

1,459,409 300,638 515,983 6,705,185 492,106

884,838 173,230 392,426 4,735,593 275,328

694,348 130,020 317,716 3,944,843 212,608

190,490 43,210 74,710 790,750 62,720

574,571 127,408 123,557 1,969,592 216,778

60.6 57.6 76.1 70.6 55.9

39.4 42.4 23.9 29.4 44.1

New Y ork................... North Carolina.......... N orth Dakota............ Ohio.............................. Oklahoma...................

639 219 149 625 376

21,397,664 1,796,390 398,460 6,916,357 1,361,535

20,913,663 1,771,625 391,323 6,806,442 1,337,991

484,001 24,765 7,137 109,915 23,544

97.7 98.6 98.2 98.4 98.3

2.3 1.4 1.8 1.6 1.7

51,036,166 2,282,941 528,118 9,836,418 2,092,682

26,221,184 1,159,230 421,051 5,480,482 1,013,795

21,381,174 911,580 349,681 4,381,332 778,355

4,840,010 247,650 71,370 1,099,150 235,440

24,814,982 1,123,711 107,067 4,355,936 1,078,887

51.4 50.8 79.7 55.7 48.4

48.6 49.2 20.3 44.3 51.6

Oregon......................... Pennsylvania.............. Rhode Island............. South Carolina.......... South Dakota............

49 826 13 142 171

1,224,663 9,644,091 902,645 785,878 466,424

1,199,950 9,487,736 892,268 774,937 458,284

24,713 156,355 10,377 10,941 8,140

98.0 98.4 98.9 98.6 98.3

2.0 1.6 1.1 1.4 1.7

1,821,514 13,638,174 972,421 865,996 599,697

1,172,656 7,909,392 618,609 505,972 453,719

925,526 6,345,842 514,839 396,562 372,319

247,130 1,563,550 103,770 109,410 81,400

648,858 5,728,782 353,812 360,024 145,978

64.4 58.0 63.6 58.4 75.7

35.6 42.0 36.4 41.6 24.3

Tennessee.................... Texas............................ U tah............................. Vermont...................... Virginia.......................

291 895 54 70 318

1,879,361 5,151,119 551,410 488,452 2,503,443

1,849,870 5,042,389 543,054 483,776 2,473,840

29,491 108,730 8,356 4,676 29,603

98.4 97.9 98.5 99.0 98.8

1.6 2.1 1.5 1.0 1.2

2,430,248 8,996,331 769,351 417,007 2,569,002

1,324,929 4,265,018 420,805 354,006 1,583,642

1,030,019 3,177,718 337,245 307,246 1,287,612

294,910 1,087,300 83,560 46,760 296,030

1,105,319 4,731,313 348,546 63,001 985,360

54.5 47.4 54.7 84.9 61.6

45.5 52.6 45.3 15.1 38.4

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

106 178 550 53

2,018,333 1,131,469 2,830,363 210,036

1,984,757 1,119,209 2,789,186 205,019

33,576 12,260 41,177 5,017

98.3 98.9 98.5 97.6

1.7 1.1 1.5 2.4

2,655,885 1,067,717 3,697,598 318,125

1,691,670 693,444 2,403,650 200,033

1,355,910 570,844 1,991,880 149,863

335,760 122,600 411,770 50,170

964,215 374,273 1,293,948 118,092

63.7 64.9 65.0 62.9

36.3 35.1 35.0 37.1

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

BANKS

1 Accounts with balances of $10,000 or less. 2 Accounts with balances of more than $10,000.

INSURED

98.6 98.4 99.0 98.6 98.1

ALL

20,987 26,579 7,148 28,525 49,432

OF

1,445,345 1,629,171 685,753 2,057,081 2,545,917

DEPOSITS

1,466,332 1,655,750 692,901 2,085,606 2,595,349

AND

352 174 62 158 171

ACCOUNTS

Kentucky.................... Louisiana.................... Maine........................... Maryland.................... Massachusetts...........

O

CO

Table 36.

A

ccounts

F ully

and

P a r t ia l l y P ro tec ted

and

D

e p o s it s

I n s u r e d , A ll I n su r e d B a n k s , Se p t e m b e r 21,

1955

B AN KS GROUPED BY AMOUNT OF DEPOSITS, POPULATION OF CENTER IN WHICH LOCATED, CLASS, AND PERCENT OF DEPOSITS INSURED; AND ACCOUNTS GROUPED BY TYPE

Percent of accounts

Number of accounts Classification

Number of banks

Total

Percent of total deposits

Deposits (in thousands) Insured

Insured

Not insured

98.2%

1.8% $202,786,895 $111,754,737 $88,898,147 $22,856,590 $91,032,158

55.1%

44.9%

Partially pro­ tected

Total

Total insured

In fully protected accounts

8,861 195,003 1,455,817 4,804,971 14,397,121

39 1,257 12,918 54,383 186,783

99.6 99.4 99.1 98.9 98.7

.4 .6 .9 1.1 1.3

4,678 124,579 1,148,624 4,323,163 13,994,529

4,296 112,761 1,009,435 3,637,019 11,141,550

3,906 100,191 880,255 3,093,189 9,273,720

390 12,570 129,180 543,830 1,867,830

382 11,818 139,189 686,144 2,852,979

91.8 90.5 87.9 84.1 79.6

8.2 9.5 12.1 15.9 20.4

2,099 1,338 444 222 163

14,504,595 18,447,653 11,526,496 10,236,590 14,661,302

14,307,652 18,182,439 11,329,501 10,048,944 14,377,865

196,943 265,214 196,995 187,646 283,437

98.6 98.6 98.3 98.2 98.1

1.4 1.4 1.7 1.8 1.9

14,764,901 20,395,957 15,259,025 15,584,569 25,651,254

10,901,505 13,980,844 9,614,907 8,987,605 13,911,979

8,932,075 11,328,704 7,644,957 7,111,145 11,077,609

1,969,430 2,652,140 1,969,950 1,876,460 2,834,370

3,863,396 6,415,113 5,644,118 6,596,964 11,739,275

73.8 68.5 63.0 57.7 54.2

26.2 31.5 37.0 42.3 45.8

$250,000,000 to $500,000,000. .. $500,000,000 to $1,000,000,000. . $1,000,000,000 to $2,500,000,000 $2,500,000,000 or more................

70 29 12 6

11,994,792 8,142,074 5,910,245 13,172,138

11,724,725 7,924,243 5,737,369 12,932,868

270,067 217,831 172,876 239,270

97.7 97.3 97.1 98.2

2.3 2.7 2.9 1.8

24,703,972 19,798,359 20,157,866 26,875,419

12,988,251 9,764,532 6,621,442 9,078,611

10,287,581 7,586,222 4,892,682 6,685,911

2,700,670 2,178,310 1,728,760 2,392,700

11,715,721 10,033,827 13,536,424 17,796,808

52.6 49.3 32.8 33.8

47.4 50.7 67.2 66.2

Banks in centers with popu­ lation in 1950 of— Less than 250 .................................. 250 to 500........................................ 500 to 1,000..................................... 1,000 to 2,500................................. 2,500 to 5,000.................................

540 1,245 2,101 2,952 1,732

598,519 1,586,095 3,623,013 8,128,618 7,214,038

590,828 1,567,879 3,578,505 8,023,405 7,115,220

7,691 18,216 44,508 105,213 98,818

98.7 98.9 98.8 98.7 98.6

1.3 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4

671,068 1,478,747 3,453,680 7,945,092 7,330,076

499,149 1,270,122 2,898,193 6,450,773 5,591,968

422,239 1,087,962 2,453,113 5,398,643 4,603,788

76,910 182,160 445,080 1,052,130 988,180

171,919 208,625 555,487 1,494,319 1,738,108

74.4 85.9 83.9 81.2 76.3

25.6 14.1 16.1 18.8 23.7

5,000 to 10,000............................... 10,000 to 25,000............................. 25,000 to 50,000............................. 50,000 to 100,000........................... 100,000 to 250,000.........................

1,579 1,285 630 409 375

9,604,872 12,858,483 10,170,413 9,149,837 12,128,543

9,473,920 12,672,373 10,015,823 9,006,093 11,920,457

130,952 186,110 154,590 143,744 208,086

98.6 98.6 98.5 98.4 98.3

1.4 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7

9,923,701 14,150,383 11,985,066 11,735,541 18,424,248

7,284,739 9,729,738 7,880,298 6,970,365 9,481,480

5,975,219 7,868,638 6,334,398 5,532,925 7,400,620

1,309,520 1,861,100 1,545,900 1,437,440 2,080,860

2,638,962 4,420,645 4,104,768 4,765,176 8,942,768

73.4 68.8 65.8 59.4 51.5

26.6 31.2 34.2 40.6 48.5

250,000 to 500,000......................... 500,000 to 1,000,000..................... 1,000,000 to 2,500,000................. 2,500,000 or more..........................

230 203 45 172

10,183,909 21,945,992 6,462,619 16,058,087

9,981,197 21,553,606 6,319,611 15,608,462

202,712 392,386 143,008 449,625

98.0 98.2 97.8 97.2

2.0 1.8 2.2 2.8

18,365,633 34,692,345 12,520,197 50,111,118

8,939,067 16,742,313 6,005,953 22,010,579

6,911,947 12,818,453 4,575,873 17,514,329

2,027,120 3,923,860 1,430,080 4,496,250

9,426,566 17,950,032 6,514,244 28,100,539

48.7 48.3 48.0 43.9

51.3 51.7 52.0 56.1

U20 99 73 22 15 8 16

U A 66,698 12,824,640 3,233,447 2,548,340 2,057,120 1,857,159 1,103,370

48,W , 679 12,473,052 3,135,410 2,492,027 2,008,992 1,818,592 1,085,934

985,019 351,588 98,037 56,313 48,128 38,567 17,436

97.8 97.3 97.0 97.8 97.7 97.9 98.4

2.2 2.7 3.0 2.2 2.3 2.1 1.6

97,823,657 40,441,834 9,669,282 4,912,313 3,880,422 3,727,461 1,517,504

U ,7 5 8 ,8 U 18,442,428 3,568,151 2,396,354 1,814,486 1,795,113 843,637

SA,908,65b 14,926,548 2,587,781 1,833,224 1,333,206 1,409,443 669,277

9,850,190 3,515,880 980,370 563,130 481,280 385,670 174,360

52,56k, 818 21,999,406 6,101,131 2,515,959 2,065,936 1,932,348 673,867

U6.0 45.6 36.9 48.8 46.8 48.2 55.6

5U.0 54.4 63.1 51.2 53.2 51.8 44.4

$5,000,000 to $10,000,000........... $10,000,000 to $25,000,000......... $25,000,000 to $50,000,000......... $50,000,000 to $100,000,000___ $100,000,000 to $250,000,000. ..

Banks in cities with 'population of 500,000 or more............. New York................................ Chicago.................................... Philadelphia............................ Los Angeles............................. Detroit...................................... for FRASER Baltimore.................................

Digitized http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

CO R PO R ATIO N

8,900 196,260 1,468,735 4,859,354 14,583,904

25 314 1,490 2,944 4,342

INSURANCE

2,285,659

Banks with deposits of— Less than $250,000........................ $250,000 to $500,000.................... $500,000 to $1,000,000................ $1,000,000 to $2,000,000............. $2,000,000 to $5,000,000.............

DEPOSIT

13,498 129,713,038 127,427,379

All insured b an k s.......................

FEDERAL

Uninsured In partially in partially protected protected accounts accounts

Fully Partially Fully protected1 protected2 protected

Cleveland................................. St. Louis................................... Washington, D. C.................. Boston...................................... San Francisco......................... Pittsburgh...............................

1,663,806 937,617 701,008 541,449 11,219,140 1,219,062

34,953 20,990 14,399 23,195 166,687 29,366

97.9 97.8 98.0 95.9 98.5 97.6

2.1 2.2 2.0 4.1 1.5 2.4

3,063,046 2,128,981 1,356,583 2,536,103 12,921,015 2,918,030

1,556,346 841,899 617,976 641,255 7,217,080 1,208,094

1,206,816 631,999 473,986 409,305 5,550,210 914,434

349,530 209,900 143,990 231,950 1,663,870 293,660

1,506,700 1,287,082 738,607 1,894,848 5,703,935 1,709,936

50.8 39.5 45.6 25.3 55.9 41.4

49.2 60.5 54.4 74.7 44.1 58.6

6 21 6

533,024 534,376 1,364,138 605,524 689,137 544,751

520,930 518,285 1,340,016 596,484 676,871 533,004

12,094 16,091 24,122 9,040 12,266 11,747

97.7 97.0 98.2 98.5 98.2 97.8

2.3 3.0 1.8 1.5 1.8 2.2

1,213,829 1,707,346 1,938,726 999,569 1,285,584 1,106,029

532,389 533,352 1,365,724 314,465 628,994 441,101

411,449 372,442 1,124,504 224,065 506,334 323,631

120,940 160,910 241,220 90,400 122,660 117,470

681,440 1,173,994 573,002 685,104 656,590 664,928

43.9 31.2 70.4 31.5 48.9 39.9

56.1 68.8 29.6 68.5 51.1 60.1

4,725 1,856

61,940,128 26,348,674

60,827,461 25,781,306

1,112,667 567,368

98.2 97.8

1.8 2.2

99,642,699 55,839,420

49,047,425 23,012,728

37,920,755 17,339,048

11,126,670 5,673,680

50,595,274 32,826,692

49.2 41.2

50.8 58.8

6,697

26,279,289 15,144,947

25,942,507 14,876,105

336,782 268,842

98.7 98.2

1.3 1.8

26,367,359 20,937,417

19,403,497 20,291,087

16,035,677 17,602,667

3,367,820 2,688,420

6,963,862 646,330

73.6 96.9

26.4 3.1

21 19 30 9

220

100.0 98.5 98.8 98.6 98.4 98.4

1.5 1.2 1.4 1.6 1.6

6,537 24,547,746 16,481,639 23,433,738 24,371,695 30,538,115

6,537 23,677,008 13,829,775 17,428,304 15,727,319 17,038,252

6,537 20,647,178 11,704,215 14,298,274 12,495,889 13,250,142

3,029,830 2,125,560 3,130,030 3,231,430 3,788,110

870,738 2,651,864 6,005,434 8,644,376 13,499,863

100.0 96.5 83.9 74.4 64.5 55.8

3.5 16.1 25.6 35.5 44.2

40 to 49 percent.............................. 30 to 39 percent.............................. 20 to 29 percent.............................. 10 to 19 percent.............................. 0 to 9 percent..................................

246 140 59 22 2

8,709,893 8,885,418 4,909,404 1,885,151 104,593

8,523,226 8,638,783 4,705,635 1,780,425 91,227

186,667 246,635 203,769 104,726 13,366

97.9 97.2 95.8 94.4 87.2

2.1 2.8 4.2 5.6 12.8

16,037,506 24,445,028 24,728,198 15,177,998 3,018,695

7,024,792 8,532,540 5,813,877 2,466,778 209,555

5,158,122 6,066,190 3,776,187 1,419,518 75,895

1,866,670 2,466,350 2,037,690 1,047,260 133,660

9,012,714 15,912,488 18,914,321 12,711,220 2,809,140

43.8 34.9 23.5 16.3 6.9

56.2 65.1 76.5 83.7 93.1

52,211,707 67,245,952 123,575 51,368

50,982,477 66,458,476 36,827 38,443

1,229,230 787,476 86,748 12,925

97.6 98.8 29.8 74.8

2.4 1.2 70.2 25.2

100,165,958 64,845,965 15,167,039 3,782,460

47,185,610 59,018,811 1,013,001 201,298

34,893,310 51,144,051 145,521 72,048

12,292,300 7,874,760 867,480 129,250

52,980,348 5,827,154 14,154,038 3,581,162

47.1 91.0 6.7 5.3

52.9 9.0 93.3 94.7

289,181 1,009,159 863,720 7,918,376

204,071 967,321 845,020 7,894,744

85,110 41,838 18,700 23,632

70.6 95.9 97.8 99.7

29.4 4.1 2.2 .3

11,463,645 3,144,773 1,355,045 2,862,010

1,337,290 1,158,703 523,729 1,316,295

486,190 740,323 336,729 1,079,975

851,100 418,380 187,000 236,320

10,126,355 1,986,070 831,316 1,545,715

11.7 36.8 38.7 46.0

88.3 63.2 61.3 54.0

Type of account Individual, partnership, and cor­ poration accounts: Demand........................................ Savings and time....................... Interbank accounts........................ U. S. Government accounts. . . . State and political subdivision accounts........................................ Uninvested trust funds................. Drafts................................................ Other items......................................

1 Accounts with balances of $10,000 or less. 2 Accounts with balances of more than $10,000.

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

BANKS

302,983 212,556 313,003 323,143 378,811

INSURED

12,960 19,560,242 18,004,048 22,552,561 19,724,399 23,833,873

ALL

12,960 19,863,225 18,216,604 22,865,564 20,047,542 24,212,684

20

OF

2,735 4,581 3,468 1,587 638

DEPOSITS

Banks with percent of de­ posits insured of— 100 percent...................................... 90 to 99 percent.............................. 80 to 89 percent.............................. 70 to 79 percent.............................. 60 to 69 percent.............................. 50 to 59 percent..............................

AND

Class and type of bank National, members F. R. System State, members F. R. System. . . Commercial, not members F. R. System.......................................... Mutual savings banks...................

1,698,759 958,607 715,407 564,644 11,385,827 1,248,428

ACCOUNTS

Milwaukee............................... Houston................................... Buffalo...................................... New Orleans........................... Minneapolis............................. Cincinnati................................

9 27 17 9 13

O Cn

05 o

D e ta ile d

T a b le s : D is tr ib u tio n T a b le 37.

o f A c c o u n ts o f In su re d

C o m m e r c ia l B a n k s A c c o r d in g t o

S iz e o f A c c o u n t

D i s t r i b u t i o n o f A c c o u n t s A c c o r d i n g t o S iz e , I n s u r e d C o m m e r c ia l B a n k s , S e p t e m b e r 2 1 , 1955 BAN KS GROUPED BY FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION DISTRICT AND STATE

FDIC District and State

Total

$10,000 or less

$25,000 to $100,000

More than $100,000

$10,000 or less

$10,000 to $25,000

$25,000 t.0 $100,000

More than $100,000 .1%

114,568,091

112,551,274

1,334,096

513,690

169,031

98.2%

1.2%

.5 %

13,256

114,163,770

112,151,159

1,331,264

512,616

168,731

98.2

1.2

.5

.1

Other areas................................................

22

404,321

400,115

2,832

1,074

300

98.9

.7

.3

.1

447 844 1,441 1,025 1,008 1,456 1,432 1,526 1,099 1,464 1,131 405

6,028,065 16,334,351 14,702,089 8,496,825 5,920,887 7,254,895 11,161,169 9,415,914 3,650,486 4,840,495 7,676,684 19,086,231

5,932,421 15,977,475 14,465,974 8,382,886 5,821,763 7,135,364 10,989,442 9,214,790 3,589,888 4,747,323 7,525,466 18,768,482

59,358 211,688 157,579 74,188 65,282 77,386 120,249 136,702 42,364 63,747 95,939 229,614

27,278 101,511 59,037 30,222 26,351 31,928 39,998 48,375 14,278 22,932 42,028 69,752

9,008 43,677 19,499 9,529 7,491 10,217 11,480 16,047 3,956 6,493 13,251 18,383

98.4 97.8 98.4 98.7 98.3 98.4 98.5 97.9 98.3 98.1 98.0 98.3

1.0 1.3 1.1 .9 1.1 1.1 1.1 1.4 1.2 1.3 1.3 1.2

.5 .6 .4 .3 .5 .4 .3 .5 .4 .5 .5 .4

.1 .3 .1 .1 .1 .1 .1 .2 .1 .1 .2 .1

238 10 228 144 154

1,395,869 510,446 799,148 14,842,251 981,785

1,376,414 500,809 786,440 14,600,109 960,919

12,877 6,880 8,504 175,934 14,412

5,123 2,244 3,445 52,342 5,000

1,455 513 759 13,866 1,454

98.6 98.1 98.4 98.4 97.9

.9 1.4 1.1 1.2 1.5

.4 .4 .4 .3 .5

.1 .1 .1 .1 .1

89 30 17 229 348

1,481,650 321,514 715,407 1,895,602 1,745,442

1,457,727 315,183 701,008 1,854,701 1,719,200

16,072 3,999 8,926 27,596 16,199

6,040 1,787 4,136 10,495 7,551

98.4 98.0 98.0 97.8 98.5

1.1 1.2 1.2 1.5 .9

.4 .6 .6 .6 .4

.1 .2 .2 .1 .2

FDIC District District 1 .................................................. District 2 .................................................. District 3 .................................................. District 4 .................................................. District 5 .................................................. District 6 . ....................................... District 7 .................................................. District 8 .............................................. District 9 ................................................ District 10 ..............................................

State Arkansas

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

Connecticut.............................................. District of Columbia.............. ..............

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

1,811 545 1,337 2,810 2,492 !

C O R PO R ATIO N

13,278

Continental U. S ......................................

INSURANCE

T otal United S tates....................................

DEPOSIT

$10,000 to $25,000

FEDERAL

Percent of total accounts

Number of accounts Number of banks

Idaho.......................................................... Illinois........................................................ Indiana...................................................... Iowa........................................................... Kansas.......................................................

36 908 467 618 501

385,549 7,413,248 2,961,709 2,002,666 1,349,015

377,443 7,244,856 2,915,061 1,969,934 1,324,319

6,096 113,033 32,258 23,669 17,147

1,716 41,047 11,170 7,328 5,970

294 14,312 3,220 1,735 1,579

97.9 97.7 98.4 98.3 98.2

1.6 1.5 1.1 1.2 1.3

•4 .6 .4 .4 .4

Kentucky.................................................. Louisiana.................................................. Maine......................................................... Maryland.................................................. Massachusetts..........................................

352 174 53 151 171

1,466,332 1,655,750 627,140 1,564,238 2,595,349

1,445,345 1,629,171 620,619 1,542,267 2,545,917

14,233 16,645 4,520 14,444 27,952

5,356 7,387 1,623 5,647 15,729

1,398 2,547 378 1,880 5,751

98.5 98.4 99.0 98.6 98.1

1.0 1.0 .7 .9 1.1

.4 .4 .2 .4 .6

Michigan................................................... Minnesota................................................. Mississippi................................................ Missouri.................................................... Montana....................................................

418 667 193 585 112

5,401,735 2,356,801 883,974 3,110,054 428,801

5,317,607 2,321,844 871,448 3,053,709 418,437

58,899 22,999 8,610 35,307 7,605

19,614 8,954 3,182 15,434 2,297

5,615 3,004 734 5,604 462

98.4 98.5 98.5 98.2 97.6

1.1 1.0 1.0 1.1 1.8

.4 .4 .4 .5 .5

.1 .1 .1

Nebraska................................................... Nevada...................................................... New Hampshire...................................... New Jersey............................................... New Mexico.............................................

380 8 63 295 52

938,124 197,134 271,745 5,019,825 359,369

919,075 192,813 267,895 4,954,842 353,097

13,170 2,961 2,634 45,934 4,197

4,523 1,108 977 15,171 1,670

1,356 252 239 3,878 405

98.0 97.8 98.6 98.7 98.2

1.4 1.5 1.0 .9 1.2

.5 .6 .3 .3 .5

.1 .1 .1 .1 .1

New York................................................. North Carolina........................................ North Dakota.......................................... Ohio............................................................ Oklahoma..................................................

510 219 149 622 376

10,722,544 1,796,390 398,460 6,515,419 1,361,535

10,439,135 1,771,625 391,323 6,411,386 1,337,991

160,364 15,086 5,580 69,660 15,460

83,971 7,160 1,365 25,675 6,199

39,074 2,519 192 8,698 1,885

97.3 98.6 98.2 98.4 98.3

1.5 .8 1.4 1.1 1.1

.8 .4 .4 .4 .5

0) .1 .1

Oregon....................................................... Pennsylvania............................................ Rhode Island........................................... South Carolina........................................ South Dakota..........................................

48 819 8 142 171

1,209,618 8,186,670 674,382 785,878 466,424

1,185,416 8,054,588 665,936 774,937 458,284

17,464 87,919 5,488 7,168 6,180

5,461 33,362 2,250 3,005 1,662

1,277 10,801 708 768 298

98.0 98.4 98.8 98.6 98.2

1.4 1.1 .8 .9 1.3

.5 .4 .3 .4 .4

.1 .1 .1 .1 .1

Tennessee.................................................. Texas.......................................................... U tah........................................................... Vermont.................................................... Virginia......................................................

291 895 54 63 318

1,879,361 5,151,119 551,410 377,799 2,503,443

1,849,870 5,042,389 543,054 374,327 2,473,840

19,342 68,217 5,785 2,692 20,310

7,693 30,727 1,917 659 7,113

2,456 9,786 654 121 2,180

98.5 97.9 98.5 99.1 98.8

1.0 1.3 1.1 .7 .8

.4 .6 .3 .2 .3

.1 !i (i) .i

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

102 178 547 53

1,766,416 1,131,469 2,797,725 210,036

1,737,847 1,119,209 2,756,774 205,019

19,933 8,254 29,092 3,558

6,716 3,161 9,214 1,240

1,920 845 2,645 219

98.4 98.9 98.6 97.6

1.1 .7 1.0 1.7

.4 .3 .3 .6

.i .i .i .i

.1 .2 .1 .1 .1 .1 .1 .1 ACCOUNTS

'.1

OF INSURED COMMERCIAL BANKS

1 Less than .05 percent.

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Oi

Table 38.

D

is t r ib u t io n o f

A c c o u n t s A c c o r d in g

to

Siz e , I n s u r e d C o m m e r c ia l B a n k s , Se p t e m b e r

21, 1955

B AN K S GROUPED B Y AMOUNT OF DEPOSITS, POPULATION OF CENTER IN W HICH LOCATED, CLASS, AND PERCENT OF DEPOSITS INSURED; AND ACCOUNTS GROUPED BY TYPE

Percent of total accounts

Number of accounts Number of banks Total

$10,000 or less

$10,000 to $25,000

$25,000 to $100,000

More than $100,000

112,551,274

1,334,096

513,690

169,031

25 314 1,489 2,941 4,330

8,900 196,260 1,468,209 4,850,387 14,537,804

8,861 195,003 1,455,307 4,796,046 14,351,521

33 1,019 10,402 43,005 142,366

6 235 2,393 10,352 38,648

$5,000,000 to $10,000,000.................... $10,000,000 to $25,000,000.................. $25,000,000 to $50,000,000.................. $50,000,000 to $100,000,000................ $100,000,000 to $250,000,000.............

2,065 1,295 405 191 130

14,258,653 17,839,537 10,435,418 8,429,762 10,511,791

14,064,856 17,584,967 10,257,579 8,268,854 10,290,037

142,403 180,806 120,575 102,722 135,405

$250,000,000 to $500,000,000............. $500,000,000 to $1,000,000,000.......... $1,000,000,000 to $2,500,000,000. . . $2,500,000,000 or more......................... Banks in centers with popula­ tion in 1950 of—

52 24 11 6

7,701,771 5,799,976 5,357,485 13,172,138

7,516,655 5,627,791 5,200,929 12,932,868

250 to 500................................................. 500 to 1,000.............................................. 1,000 to 2,500.......................................... 2,500 to 5,000..........................................

540 1,245 2,099 2,937 1,723

598,519 1,586,095 3,612,878 8,034,414 7,147,087

5,000 to 10,000........................................ 10,000 to 25,000...................................... 25,000 to 50,000...................................... 50,000 to 100,000................................... 100,000 to 250,000.................................

1,567 1,252 600 395 354

250,000 to 500,000................................. 500,000 to 1,000,000.............................. 1,000,000 to 2,500,000.......................... 2,500,000 or more...................................

217 189 41 119

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

More than $100,000

.1 %

98.2%

1.2%

.5 %

3 107 984 5,269

99.5 99.4 99.1 98.9 98.7

.4 .5 .7 .9 1.0

.1 .1 .2 .2 .3

42,942 59,441 45,603 44,639 62,932

8,452 14,323 11,661 13,547 23,417

98.6 98.6 98.3 98.1 97.9

1.0 1.0 1.2 1.2 1.3

.3 .3 .4 .5 .6

.1 .1 .1 .2 .2

107,029 108,343 90,531 149,457

54,737 44,562 44,035 63,165

23,350 19,280 21,990 26,648

97.6 97.0 97.1 98.2

1.4 1.9 1.7 1.1

.7 .8 .8 .5

.3 .3 .4 .2

590,828 1,567,879 3,568,493 7,931,594 7,049,506

5,888 14,680 35,571 79,835 73,348

1,421 3,290 8,031 20,493 20,872

382 246 783 2,492 3,361

98.7 98.9 98.8 98.7 98.7

1.0 .9 1.0 1.0 1.0

.2 .2 .2 .3 .3

.1 C1) 0) « 0)

9,472,673 12,410,967 9,489,894 8,606,123 11,166,730

9,343,458 12,231,888 9,347,936 8,471,233 10,975,475

95,205 128,013 98,220 88,327 120,510

28,430 41,519 34,955 36,204 53,001

5,580 9,547 8,783 10,359 17,744

98.6 98.6 98.5 98.5 98.3

1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.1

.3 .3 .4 .4 .5

.1 .1 .1 .1 .1

9,151,675 20,228,014 5,087,988 7,975,034

8,965,734 19,863,554 4,966,021 7,677,675

115,197 239,419 78,316 161,567

51,098 91,846 31,913 90,617

19,646 33,195 11,738 45,175

98.0 98.2 97.6 96.3

1.2 1.2 1.6 2.0

.6 .4 .6 1.1

.2 .2 .2 .6

(x) 0) 0) 0)

CO R PO R ATIO N

114,568,091

$25,000 to $100,000

INSURANCE

13,278

Banks with deposits of— Less than $250,000................................. $250,000 to $500,000............................. $500,000 to $1,000,000......................... $1,000,000 to $2,000,000...................... $2,000,000 to $5,000,000......................

$10,000 to $25,000

DEPOSIT

All insured com m ercial b an k s..............

$10,000 or less

FEDERAL

Classification

728,747 354,034 251,315

287,399 154,254 72,037

96,521 59,080 13,430

98.2 97.9 98.7

1.2 1.3 .9

.5 .6 .3

.1 .2 .1

Banks with percent of deposits insured of— 100 percent........................................... 90 to 99 percent.................................. 80 to 89 percent.................................. 70 to 79 percent.................................. 60 to 69 percent.................................. 50 to 59 percent..................................

20 2,521 4,575 3,468 1,587 638

12,960 5,373,646 17,561,236 22,865,564 20,047,542 24,212,684

12,960 5,329,839 17,358,346 22,552,561 19,724,399 23,833,873

38,310 161,171 232,069 226,698 261,556

5,384 37,792 68,059 77,874 92,004

113 3,927 12,875 18,571 25,251

100.0 99.2 98.9 98.6 98.4 98.4

.7 .9 1.0 1.1 1.1

.1 .2 .3 .4 .4

0) 0) .1 .1 .1

8,709,893 8,885,418 4,909,404 1,885,151 104,593

8,523,226 8,638,783 4,705,635 1,780,425 91,227

114,619 140,885 104,901 49,065 4,822

53,647 74,440 64,992 34,910 4,588

18,401 31,310 33,876 20,751 3,956

97.9 97.2 95.9 94.4 87.2

1.3 1.6 2.1 2.6 4.6

.6 .8 1.3 1.9 4.4

.2 .4 .7 1.1 3.8

52,129,072 52,799,718 123,042 49,772

50,900,334 52,279,285 36,341 36,868

768,666 460,004 20,885 4,396

359,328 54,481 34,228 5,023

100,744 5,948 31,588 3,485

97.6 99.0 29.5 74.1

1.5 .9 17.0 8.8

.7 .1 27.8 10.1

.2 (0 25.7 7.0

287,647 1,004,563 664,020 7,510,257

202,814 962,797 645,580 7,487,255

32,274 24,583 9,506 13,782

33,635 13,364 6,973 6,658

18,924 3,819 1,961 2,562

70.5 95.9 97.2 99.7

11.2 2.4 1.4 .2

11.7 1.3 1.1 .1

6.6 .4 .3 0)

40 to 49 percent. 30 to 39 percent. 20 to 29 percent. 10 to 19 percent. 0 to 9 percent. . . Type of account Individual, partnership, and corpo­ ration accounts: Demand................................................ Savings and time................................ Interbank accounts................................ U. S. Government accounts................. State and political subdivision ac­ counts .................................................... Uninvested trust funds......................... Drafts......................................................... Other items............................................... 1 Less than .05 percent.

22 2

BANKS

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

246 140 59

COMMERCIAL

60,827,461 25,781,306 25,942,507

INSURED

61,940,128 26,348,674 26,279,289

OF

4,725 1,856 6,697

ACCOUNTS

Class of bank National, members F. R. System State, members F. R. System............. Not members F. R. System.................

T a b le 39.

D

D

is t r ib u t io n of

A c c o r d in g

to

S iz e

of

emand

A ccounts

of

I n d iv id u a l s , P a r t n e r s h ip s ,

and

C o r p o r a t io n s ,

A c c o u n t , I n s u r e d C o m m e r c ia l B a n k s , S e p t e m b e r 2 1 , 1955

B ANKS GROUPED BY FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION DISTRICT AND STATE

FDIC District and State

Total

$10,000 or less

$10,000 to $25,000

$25,000 to $100,000

Percent of total accounts More than $100,000

$10,000 or less

$10,000 to $25,000

$25,000 to $100,000

More than $100,000

768,666

359,328

100,744

97.6%

1.5%

.7 %

.2%

C ontinental U. S .................................................

50,790,684

767,152

358,738

100,638

97.6

1.5

.7

.2

Other areas............................................................

111,860

109,650

1,514

590

106

98.0

1.4

.5

.1

2,352,004 6,582,202 5,561,250 4,692,138 3,799,638 4,548,801 4,056,028 3,873,647 1,888,074 3,258,156 4,997,179 6,519,955

2,285,156 6,339,922 5,419,006 4,617,832 3,735,717 4,475,614 3,961,669 3,757,150 1,852,597 3,194,646 4,890,708 6,370,317

39,846 136,276 86,920 47,217 42,153 47,505 60,116 74,301 24,887 44,912 69,274 95,259

21,197 77,523 42,897 21,945 17,972 20,458 27,192 32,687 8,733 15,539 30,079 43,106

5,805 28,481 12,427 5,144 3,796 5,224 7,051 9,509 1,857 3,059 7,118 11,273

97.2 96.3 97.4 98.4 98.3 98.4 97.6 97.0 98.1 98.0 97.9 97.7

1.7 2.1 1.6 1.0 1.1 1.1 1.5 1.9 1.3 1.4 1.4 1.4

.9 1.2 .8 .5 .5 .4 .7 .9 .5 .5 .6 .7

.2 .4 .2 .1 .1 .1 .2 .2 .1 .1 .1 .2

Colorado...............................................................

895,137 274,107 593,571 4,482,414 545,341

883,165 268,063 585,307 4,376,585 531,913

7,797 4,059 5,772 66,411 9,025

3,409 1,677 2,139 30,897 3,606

766 308 353 8,521 797

98.6 97.8 98.6 97.6 97.5

.9 1.5 1.0 1.5 1.7

.4 .6 .3 .7 .7

.1 .1 1 .2 .1

Connecticut......................................................... Delaware.................#........................................... District of Columbia......................................... Florida.................................................................. Georgia.................................................................

600,209 163,407 368,823 1,162,553 1,102,943

584,353 159,098 358,139 1,134,443 1,086,719

9,849 2,571 6,312 18,876 10,019

4,805 1,336 3,407 7,839 4,848

1,202 402 965 1,395 1,357

97.4 97.4 97.1 97.6 98.5

1.6 1.6 1.7 1.6 .9

.8 .8 .9 .7 .5

.2 .2 .3 .1 .1

FDIC District District 1 .............................................................. District 2 .............................................................. District 3 .............................................................. District 4 .............................................................. District 5 ............................................................. District 6 ............................................................. District 7 . ............................................................ District 8 ............................................................. District 9 .............................................................

State Arkansas..............................................................

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

C O R PO R ATIO N

50,900,334

INSURANCE

52,129,072 52,017,212

DEPOSIT

Total United S tates...............................................

FEDERAL

Number of accounts

143 8,801 1,762 708 547

98.1 96.4 98.0 98.3 98.2

1.3 2.2 1.3 1.2 1.3

.5 1.1 .6 .4 .4

.1 .3 .1 .1 .1

Kentucky............................................................. Louisiana............................................................. Maine................................................................... Maryland............................................................. Massachusetts....................................................

1,036,240 814,181 177,389 695,539 1,081,772

1,022,345 796,618 173,416 681,022 1,044,121

9,624 11,271 2,598 9,076 21,639

3,525 5,069 1,166 4,339 12,337

746 1,223 209 1,102 3,675

98.7 97.8 97.8 97.9 96.5

.9 1.4 1.5 1.3 2.0

.3 .6 .6 .6 1.2

.1 .2 .1 .2 .3

Michigan.............................................................. Minnesota............................................................ Mississippi........................................................... Missouri............................................................... Montana..............................................................

1,687,687 1,054,900 639,005 1,779,011 258,647

1,644,777 1,036,557 631,390 1,742,697 251,165

26,163 11,763 5,461 22,944 5,554

13,089 5,136 1,876 10,366 1,719

3,658 1,444 278 3,004 209

97.5 98.3 98.8 97.9 97.1

1.5 1.1 .9 1.3 2.1

.8 .5 .3 .6 .7

.2 .1 0) .2 .1

Nebraska.............................................................. Nevada................................................................. New Hampshire................................................. New Jersey.......................................................... New Mexico........................................................

637,113 82,537 121,397 1,693,028 232,111

622,916 80,047 118,909 1,653,381 228,117

10,585 1,541 1,634 25,700 2,722

3,019 813 724 11,561 1,130

593 136 130 2,386 142

97.7 97.0 98.0 97.7 98.2

1.7 1.9 1.3 1.5 1.2

.5 1.0 .6 .7 .5

.1 .1 .1 .1 .1

New York............................................................ North Carolina................................................... North Dakota.................................................... Ohio....................................................................... Oklahoma............................................................

4,672,677 1,139,080 260,483 2,343,039 996,370

4,475,312 1,122,687 255,916 2,283,437 980,169

107,385 10,265 3,550 35,731 10,826

64,351 4,958 915 18,336 4,346

25,629 1,170 102 5,535 1,029

95.7 98.6 98.2 97.5 98.4

2.3 .9 1.4 1.5 1.1

1.4 .4 .4 .8 .4

.6 .1 0) .2 .1

Oregon.................................................................. Pennsylvania...................................................... Rhode Island...................................................... South Carolina................................................... South Dakota.....................................................

573,695 3,218,211 252,576 552,987 314,044

560,434 3,135,569 247,176 544,839 308,959

8,747 51,189 3,115 5,546 4,020

3,713 24,561 1,768 2,206 963

801 6,892 517 396 102

97.7 97.4 97.9 98.5 98.4

1.5 1.6 1.2 1.0 1.3

.7 .8 .7 .4 .3

.1 .2 .2 .1 0)

Tennessee............................................................. Texas..................................................................... Utah...................................................................... Vermont............................................................... Virginia................................................................

1,139,979 3,676,780 235,394 118,661 1,304,212

1,125,265 3,597,910 231,118 117,181 1,287,275

9,165 51,222 2,611 1,011 11,051

4,428 22,203 1,277 397 4,807

1,121 5,445 388 72 1,079

98.7 97.9 98.2 98.8 98.7

.8 1.4 1.1 .8 .8

.4 .6 .5 .3 .4

.1 .1 .2 .1 .1

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

861,880 631,497 974,339 129,968

843,669 623,870 951,264 126,820

11,949 4,967 15,028 2,246

5,020 2,228 6,416 809

1,242 432 1,631 93

97.9 98.8 97.6 97.6

1.4 .8 1.5 1.7

.6 .3 .7 .6

.1 .1 .2 .1

1Less than .05 percent.

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

BANKS

1,071 28,522 7,687 4,165 3,759

COMMERCIAL

3,106 60,333 18,925 13,968 12,230

INSURED

220,945 2,635,836 1,365,628 1,121,314 932,828

OF

225,265 2,733,492 1,394,002 1,140,155 949,364

ACCOUNTS

Idaho..................................................................... Illinois.................................................................. Indiana................................................................. Iowa...................................................................... Kansas..................................................................

l>0 T a b le 4 0 .

D

is t r ib u t io n of

A

c c o r d in g t o

S a v in g s S iz e

of

and

T

im e

A ccounts

of

I n d iv id u a l s , P a r t n e r s h ip s ,

and

C o r p o r a t io n s ,

A c c o u n t , I n s u r e d C o m m e r c ia l B a n k s , S e p t e m b e r 2 1 , 195 5

B AN KS GROUPED BY FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION DISTRICT AND STATE

FDIC District and State Total

$10,000 or less

$10,000 to $25,000

Percent of total accounts $25,000 to $100,000

More than $100,000

$10,000 or less

$10,000 to $25,000

$25,000 to $100,000

More than $100,000

460,004

54,481

5,948

99.0%

.9%

.1%

0 )%

52,020,186

458,996

54,289

5,925

99.0

.9

.1

0)

Other areas............................................................

260,322

259,099

1,008

192

23

99.5

.4

.1

0)

FDIC District District 1 ............................................................. District 2 .............................................................. District 3 .............................................................. District 4 . . . . ...................................................... District 5 ............................................................. District 6 ............................................................. District 7 .............................................................. District 8 ............................................................. District 9 ............................................................. District 10........................................................... District 11........................................................... District 12...........................................................

3,208,675 8,612,470 8,251,482 3,476,798 1,900,690 2,408,602 6,410,732 4,662,806 1,562,911 1,348,206 2,277,006 8,679,340

3,194,763 8,551,622 8,185,478 3,452,233 1,881,911 2,384,134 6,354,161 4,604,923 1,548,582 1,333,102 2,255,862 8,532,514

12,882 55,091 59,165 21,666 16,571 21,553 51,250 52,032 13,154 13,360 17,815 125,465

931 4,887 6,208 2,599 2,001 2,688 5,007 5,532 1,113 1,609 2,773 19,133

99 870 631 300 207 227 314 319 62 135 556 2,228

99.6 99.3 99.2 99.3 99.0 99.0 99.1 98.8 99.1 98.9 99.1 98.3

.4 .6 .7 .6 .9 .9 .8 1.1 .8 1.0 .8 1.5

0) .1 .1 .1 .1 .1 .1 .1 .1 .1 .1 .2

C1) C1) 0) 0) f) 0) 0) 0) (9 C1) 0) 0)

State Alabama............................................................... Arizona................................................................. Arkansas.............................................................. California............................................................. Colorado...............................................................

462,733 202,189 167,428 6,677,904 385,407

458,439 199,268 165,402 6,556,003 380,232

3,787 2,510 1,729 108,356 4,541

480 370 269 16,547 579

27 41 28 1,998 55

99.1 98.6 98.8 98.2 98.6

.8 1.2 1.0 1.5 1.2

.1 .2 .2 .3 .2

C1) 0) 0) C1) 0)

Connecticut......................................................... Delaware.............................................................. District of Columbia......................................... Florida.................................................................. Georgia.................................................................

783,449 142,918 310,650 645,003 585,489

779,322 141,773 308,029 637,448 580,585

4,007 1,012 2,147 6,735 4,288

106 126 376 696 575

14 7 98 124 41

99.5 99.2 99.2 98.8 99.2

.5 .7 .7 1.1 .7

0)

0) 0) 0) 0) 0)

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

CO R P O R A TIO N

52,279,285

52,539,396

INSURANCE

52,799,718

Continental U. S.................................................

DEPOSIT

T otal United S tates...............................................

FEDERAL

Number of accounts

20 299 63 20 18

97.9 98.7 99.1 99.0 98.9

1.9 1.2 .8 .9 1.0

.2 .1 .1 .1 .1

C1) C1) 0) 0) 0)

Kentucky............................................................. Louisiana.............................................................. Maine.................................................................... Maryland............................................................. Massachusetts....................................................

375,347 741,192 412,775 774,923 1,252,307

372,040 737,303 410,978 769,919 1,248,940

2,956 3,457 1,600 4,549 3,075

334 404 187 421 250

17 28 10 34 42

99.1 99.5 99.6 99.3 99.7

.8 .4 .4 .6 .3

.1 .1 (0 .1 0)

0) 0) 0) (!) 0)

Michigan.............................................................. Minnesota........................................................ Mississippi........................................................... Missouri............................................................... Montana............................................................

3,314,100 1,180,141 207,465 1,177,876 150,411

3,282,220 1,170,990 205,439 1,168,505 148,484

28,606 8,418 1,761 8,431 1,737

3,071 694 250 873 184

203 39 15 67 6

99.0 99.2 99.0 99.2 98.7

.9 .7 .9 .7 1.2

.1 .1 .1 .1 .1

0) 0) (1) 0) 0)

Nebraska.............................................................. Nevada................................................................. New Hampshire............................................. New Jersey.......................................................... New Mexico...................................................

259,335 102,825 135,522 3,107,130 109,441

257,849 101,331 134,707 3,087,956 108,081

1,341 1,298 758 17,751 1,127

141 182 52 1,335 196

4 14 5 88 37

99.4 98.5 99.4 99.4 98.8

.5 1.3 .6 .6 1.0

.1 .2 0) (x) .2

C1) C1) (!) (*) 0)

New York........................................................ North Carolina............................................... North Dakota..................................................... Ohio................................................................. Oklahoma............................................................

5,163,870 592,941 107,282 3,723,009 292,195

5,124,077 589,211 105,647 3,690,168 288,581

35,764 3,275 1,509 29,290 3,186

3,277 422 122 3,243 388

752 33 4 308 40

99.2 99.4 98.5 99.1 98.8

.7 .5 1.4 .8 1.1

.1 .1 .1 .1 .1

0) 0) 0) 0) 0)

Oregon.............................................................. Pennsylvania.................................................. Rhode Island................................................ South Carolina............................................... South Dakota.................................................

583,872 4,528,473 387,128 209,906 125,077

574,936 4,495,310 384,884 208,823 123,461

7,813 29,875 2,002 952 1,490

1,025 2,965 221 109 113

98 323 21 22 13

98.5 99.3 99.4 99.5 98.7

1.3 .6 .5 .4 1.2

.2 .1 .1 .1 .1

C1) 0) 0) (1) 0)

Tennessee........................................................ Texas................................................................ Utah................................................................ Vermont......................................................... Virginia................................................................

687,951 1,224,184 293,659 237,494 1,121,071

678,187 1,211,210 290,561 235,932 1,112,092

8,437 10,721 2,817 1,440 7,984

1,212 1,803 261 115 913

115 450 20 7 82

98.6 98.9 98.9 99.4 99.2

1.2 .9 1.0 .6 .7

.2 .2 .1 0) .1

0) 0) (x) C1) 0)

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

817,687 467,307 1,670,563 70,290

809,748 464,159 1,658,033 69,092

7,063 2,759 11,542 1,011

798 358 940 169

78 31 48 18

99.0 99.3 99.2 98.3

.9 .6 .7 1.4

.1 .1 .1 .3

0) C1) 0) 0)

BANKS

277 4,882 996 650 332

COMMERCIAL

2,674 44,703 11,102 7,329 3,281

INSURED

138,652 3,831,576 1,413,908 773,347 337,348

OF

141,628 3,881,460 1,426,069 781,346 340,979

ACCOUNTS

Idaho..................................................................... Illinois.................................................................. Indiana................................................................. Iowa...................................................................... Kansas..................................................................

1 Less than .05 percent.

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

CO

T a b le 41.

D i s t r i b u t i o n o f D e m a n d A c c o u n t s o f I n d i v i d u a ls , P a r t n e r s h i p s , a n d C o r p o r a t i o n s ,

A c c o r d i n g t o S iz e o f A c c o u n t , I n s u r e d C o m m e r c ia l B a n k s , S e p t e m b e r 2 1 , 195 5 b a n k s g r o u p e d b y a m o u n t o f d e p o s it s

Percent of total accounts

Number of accounts Size group

$10,000 or less

$10,000 to $25,000

$25,000 to $100,000

More than

$100,000

$ 10,000 or less

$ 10,000 to $25,000

$25,000 to

$100,000 .7 %

97.6%

768,666

359,328

100,744

7,797 167,142 1,114,036 3,328,027 8,850,658

7,777 166,406 1,106,930 3,298,000 8,744,480

19 663 6,143 24,858 83,265

1 73 934 4,892 21,177

29 277 1,736

99.4 99.1

$5,000,000 to $10,000,000........... $10,000,000 to $25,000,000......... $25,000,000 to $50,000,000......... $50,000,000 to $100,000,000. . . . $100,000,000 to $250,000,000. . .

7,441,890 7,922,187 4,357,371 3,360,783 4,352,891

7,325,987 7,763,829 4,243,642 3,255,618 4,212,520

84,704 107,833 72,775 63,129 80,052

27,849 43,433 34,158 33,712 46,306

3,350 7,092 6,796 8,324 14,013

98.5 98.0 97.4 96.9 96.8

1.1

1.8

1.0 1.1

$250,000,000 to $500,000,000. . . $500,000,000 to $1,000,000,000.. $1,000,000,000 to $2,500,000,000 $2,500,000,000 or more.................

3,151,682 2,376,132 1,969,131 3,729,345

3,031,449 2,280,010 1,873,255 3,590,431

65,654 52,754 49,855 76,962

39,836 31,038 31,438 44,481

14,743 12,330 14,583 17,471

96.2 96.0 95.1 96.3

2.1

1.2

2.2

1.3

Percent of to ta l........................... Banks with deposits of— Less than $250,000........................ $250,000 to $500,000..................... $500,000 to $1,000,000................. $1,000,000 to $2,000,000............. $2,000,000 to $5,000,000..............

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0 %

0) .3 2.1 6.4 17.0

0) .3 2.2 6.5 17.2

0) .1 .8 3.2 10.8

0) C1) .3 1.4 5.9

(0 .3 1.7

$5,000,000 to $10,000,000........... $10,000,000 to $25,000,000......... $25,000,000 to $50,000,000......... $50,000,000 to $100,000,000. . . . $100,000,000 to $250,000,000

14.3 15.2 8.4 6.4 8.4

14.4 15.2 8.3 6.4 8.3

11.0 14.0 9.5 8.2 10.4

7.7 12.1 9.5 9.4 12.9

$250,000,000 to $500,000,000. . . $500,000,000 to $1,000,000,000.. $1,000,000,000 to $2,500,000,000 $2,500,000,000 or more.................

6.0 4.5 3.8 7.2

5.9 4.5 3.7 7.1

8.6 6.9 6.5 10.0

11.1 8.6 8.7 12.4

Digitized for FRASER i Less than .05 percent. http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

99.8

3.3 7.0

6.8 8.3 13.9 14.6

12.2

14.5 17.4

.2

.4 .5

.8

1.0

1.4 1.7 1.9

2.5

2.0

0) 0) .1

.1

.2

.4 .5 .8

1.6

1.2

.2%

(9 (’) 0) (*) .1

.1

.2 .3

.5 .5

CO R PO R ATIO N

50,900,334

INSURANCE

52,129,072

Banks with deposits of— Less than $250,000........................ $250,000 to $500,000..................... $500,000 to $1,000,000................. $1,000,000 to $2,000,000.............. $2,000,000 to $5,000,000.............

DEPOSIT

Dem and accounts— to ta l.............

More than

$ 100,000

FEDERAL

Total

T a b le 4 2 .

D

i s t r i b u t io n o f

A

c c o r d in g t o

S a v in g s S iz e

of

and

T

im e

A ccounts

of

I n d iv id u a l s , P a r t n e r s h ip s ,

and

C o r p o r a t io n s ,

A c c o u n t , I n s u r e d C o m m e r c ia l B a n k s , S e p t e m b e r 2 1 , 195 5

b a n k s g r o u p e d b y a m o u n t o f d e p o s it s

Number of accounts Size group $10,000 or less

$10,000 to $25,000

$25,000 to $100,000

More than $100,000

$10,000 or less

$10,000 to $25,000

$25,000 to $100,000

More than $100,000

52,799,718

52,279,285

460,004

54,481

5,948

Banks with deposits of— Less than $250,000................................................ $250,000 to $500,000............................................ $500,000 to $1,000,000......................................... $1,000,000 to $2,000,000..................................... $2,000,000 to $5,000,000.....................................

785 21,295 295,657 1,319,207 5,112,690

776 21,148 293,321 1,307,207 5,064,386

9 139 2,216 11,291 44,572

7 116 690 3,592

1 4 19 140

98.9 99.3 99.2 99.1 99.0

1.1

$5,000,000 to $10,000,000................................... $10,000,000 to $25,000,000................................. $25,000,000 to $50,000,000................................. $50,000,000 to $100,000,000.............................. $100,000,000 to $250,000,000............................

6,161,147 9,035,287 5,463,988 4,533,096 5,483,595

6,108,301 8,966,167 5,418,624 4,497,066 5,433,395

47,958 62,214 40,349 31,784 44,052

4,598 6,396 4,597 3,754 5,472

290 510 418 492 676

$250,000,000 to $500,000,000............................ $500,000,000 to $1,000,000,000......................... $1,000,000,000 to $2,500,000,000..................... $2,500,000,000 or more........................................

3,939,802 3,018,137 2,785,841 5,629,191

3,903,952 2,962,443 2,747,119 5,555,380

30,775 48,258 33,178 63,209

4,429 6,569 4,956 9,305

646 867 588 1,297

Percent of to ta l................................................... Banks with deposits of— Less than $250,000................................................ $250,000 to $500,000............................................ $500,000 to $1,000,000......................................... $1,000,000 to $2,000,000..................................... $2,000,000 to $5,000,000.....................................

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

0) 0) .6 2.5 9.7

0) 0) .6 2.5 9.7

0) 0) .5 2.5 9.7

0) .2 1.3 6.6

0) .1 .3 2.3

BANKS

$5,000,000 to $10,000,000................................... $10,000,000 to $25,000,000................................. $25,000,000 to $50,000,000................................. $50,000,000 to $100,000,000.............................. $100,000,000 to $250,000,000............................

11.7 17.1 10.3 8.6 10.4

11.7 17.1 10.4 8.6 10.4

10.4 13.5 8.8 6.9 9.6

8.4 11.7 8.4 6.9 10.1

4.9 8.6 7.0 8.3 11.3

$250,000,000 to $500,000,000............................ $500,000,000 to $1,000,000,000......................... $1,000,000,000 to $2,500,000,000..................... $2,500,000,000 or more........................................

7.5 5.7 5.3 10.6

7.5 5.7 5.2 10.6

6.7 10.5 7.2 13.7

8.1 12.1 9.1 17.1

10.9 14.6 9.9 21.8

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

.9 %

.1%

C1)

.8 .8 .9

(i) (i) .1 .1

(i) ^i) (i) 0)

99.1 99.2 99.2 99.2 99.1

.8 .7 .7 .7 .8

.1 .1 .1 .1 .1

(1) 0) (1) (1) 0)

99.1 98.2 98.6 98.7

.8 1.6 1.2 1.1

.1 .2 .2 .2

0) (1) (1) 0)

INSURED

1 Less than .05 percent.

99.0%

OF

Savings and tim e accounts— to ta l.................

COMMERCIAL

ACCOUNTS

Total

Percent of total accounts

o>

D e ta ile d

T a b le s :

T able 43.

D

D is tr ib u tio n

is t r ib u t io n of

D

of

e p o s it s

D e p o s it s in A c c o r d in g

to

In su re d S iz e

of

C o m m e r c ia l B a n k s A c c o r d in g

to

S iz e

A c c o u n t , I n s u r e d C o m m e r c ia l B a n k s , S e p t e m b e r

of

A ccount

21, 1955

b a n k s g r o u p e d b y f e d e r a l d e p o s it i n s u r a n c e c o r p o r a t io n d is t r ic t a n d s t a t e

FDIC District and State Total

Continental U. S .................................................

FDIC District

District of Columbia.........................................

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

More than $100,000

$71,295,480

$19,550,702

$23,912,350

$67,090,946

39.2%

10.8%

13.1%

71,117,254

19,508,290

23,860,805

66,971,661

39.2

10.8

13.1

36.9

119,285

45.5

10.8

13.2

30.5

$10,000 or less

36.9%

391,468

178,226

42,412

51,545

8,674,091 41,184,134 21,647,014 10,084,337 7,751,722 10,305,655 15,112,528 17,349,769 5,200,319 7,369,967 12,581,596 24,588,346

3,355,945 10,816,343 9,377,553 4,473,267 3,373,640 4,370,392 7,492,141 6,836,726 2,715,492 3,204,153 4,533,160 10,746,668

887,168 3,152,393 2,284,456 1,094,550 963,036 1,133,571 1,727,146 1,987,340 616,771 927,597 1,421,135 3,355,539

1,276,681 4,843,901 2,722,067 1,408,330 1,216,623 1,493,213 1,869,174 2,241,617 662,441 1,073,799 1,962,460 3,142,044

3,154,297 22,371,497 7,262,938 3,108,190 2,198,423 3,308,479 4,024,067 6,284,086 1,205,615 2,164,418 4,664,841 7,344,095

38.7 26.3 43.3 44.4 43.5 42.4 49.6 39.4 52.2 43.5 36.0 43.7

10.2 7.6 10.6 10.8 12.4 11.0 11.4 11.5 11.9 12.6 11.3 13.6

14.7 11.8 12.6 14.0 15.7 14.5 12.4 12.9 12.7 14.6 15.6 12.8

36.4 54.3 33.5 30.8 28.4 32.1 26.6 36.2 23.2 29.3 37.1 29.9

1,573,648 703,751 931,759 18,648,234 1,611,677

725,000 319,611 471,806 7,887,158 679,505

187,844 98,800 125,363 2,581,540 208,948

239,766 99,755 158,740 2,348,561 231,719

421,038 185,585 175,850 5,830,975 491,505

46.1 45.4 50.6 42.3 42.1

11.9 14.0 13.5 13.8 13.0

15.2 14.2 17.0 12.6 14.4

26.8 26.4 18.9 31.3 30.5

2,070,930 561,578 1,356,583 3,006,933 2,251,014

889,282 193,718 473,986 1,263,842 905,682

238,202 59,478 133,228 403,645 244,609

277,270 81,388 190,274 476,672 355,164

666,176 226,994 559,095 862,774 745,559

42.9 34.5 35.0 42.0 40.2

11.5 10.6 9.8 13.4 10.9

13.4 14.5 14.0 15.9 15.8

32.2 40.4 41.2 28.7 33.1

CO R P O R A TIO N

State

More than $100,000

$25,000 to $100,000

INSURANCE

Other areas............................................................

181,458,010

$25,000 to $100,000

$10,000 to $25,000

DEPOSIT

T otal United S tates............................................... $181,849,478

$10,000 to $25,000

$10,000 or less

FEDERAL

Percent of total deposits in accounts of—

Deposits (in thousands) in accounts of—

Idaho..................................................................... Illinois................................................................... Indiana.................................................................

54.0 36.6 49.3 55.3 47.8

16.6 11.2 11.7 13.2 13.2

14.6 12.9 13.1 13.1 14.8

14.8 39.3 25.9 18.4 24.2

Kentucky............................................................. Louisiana.............................................................. Maine.................................................................... Maryland............................................................. Massachusetts....................................................

1,725,908 2,389,408 534,828 1,942,098 4,680,475

867,833 823,223 305,847 832,683 1,440,052

209,600 248,731 65,683 214,600 427,000

245,100 345,797 73,093 261,926 745,809

403,375 971,657 90,205 632,889 2,067,614

50.3 34.4 57.2 42.9 30.8

12.1 10.4 12.3 11.0 9.1

14.2 14.5 13.6 13.5 15.9

23.4 40.7 16.9 32.6 44.2

Michigan.............................................................. Minnesota............................................................ Mississippi........................................................... Missouri............................................................... Montana..............................................................

7,454,166 3,395,352 920,127 5,217,740 677,152

3,555,277 1,653,535 479,116 2,000,734 339,957

842,290 335,753 126,938 521,251 111,875

916,131 429,173 145,021 734,283 100,859

2,140,468 976,891 169,052 1,961,472 124,461

47.7 48.7 52.1 38.3 50.2

11.3 9.9 13.8 10.0 16.5

12.3 12.6 15.7 14.1 14.9

28.7 28.8 18.4 37.6 18.4

Nebraska.............................................................. Nevada................................................................. New Hampshire................................................. New Jersey.......................................................... New Mexico........................................................

1,459,409 300,638 289,667 5,714,001 492,106

694,348 130,020 147,759 3,148,243 212,608

193,438 46,082 38,423 660,741 62,853

212,040 43,107 45,515 692,206 76,546

359,583 81,429 57,970 1,212,811 140,099

47.6 43.3 51.0 55.1 43.2

13.3 15.3 13.3 11.6 12.8

14.5 14.3 15.7 12.1 15.5

24.6 27.1 20.0 21.2 28.5

New York............................................................ North Carolina................................................... North Dakota.................................................... Oklahoma............................................................

34,696,804 2,282,941 528,118 9,462,403 2,092,682

7,377,590 911,580 349,681 4,131,950 778,355

2,411,373 225,686 79,594 1,004,015 224,223

4,042,682 337,468 58,691 1,183,801 295,034

20,865,159 808,207 40,152 3,142,637 795,070

21.3 39.9 66.2 43.7 37.2

6.9 9.9 15.1 10.6 10.7

11.7 14.8 11.1 12.5 14.1

60.1 35.4 7*6 33.2 38.0

Oregon.................................................................. Pennsylvania...................................................... Rhode Island...................................................... South Carolina................................................... South Dakota ...............................................

1,792,135 12,184,611 790,097 865,996 599,697

901,575 5,245,603 357,803 396,562 372,319

246,622 1,280,441 80,624 106,980 89,549

249,514 1,538,266 104,985 141,763 73,718

394,424 4,120,301 246,685 220,691 64,111

50.3 43.1 45.3 45.8 62.1

13.8 10.5 10.2 12.3 14.9

13.9 12.6 13.3 16.4 12.3

22.0 33.8 31.2 25.5 10.7

Tennessee............................................................. Texas ................................................................... Utah...................................................................... Vermont............................................................... Virginia................................................................

2,430,248 8,996,331 769,351 308,094 2,569,002

1,030,019 3,177,718 337,245 215,202 1,287,612

277,357 1,010,751 81,345 37,236 294,492

355,090 1,440,362 89,151 30,009 328,268

767,782 3,367,500 261,610 25,647 658,630

42.4 35.3 43.8 69.9 50.1

11.4 11.3 10.6 12.1 11.5

14.6 16.0 11.6 9.7 12.8

31.6 37.4 34.0 8.3 25.6

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

2,371,438 1,067,717 3,678,641 318,125

1,124,420 570,844 1,976,033 149,863

291,146 119,564 419,311 51,648

310,812 148,631 432,217 55,743

645,060 228,678 851,080 60,871

47.4 53.5 53.7 47.1

12.3 11.2 11.4 16.2

13.1 13.9 11.8 17.5

27.2 21.4 23.1 19.2

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

BANKS

77,845 5,806,702 1,032,519 477,384 457,389

COMMERCIAL

76,979 1,903,732 520,826 337,885 279,263

INSURED

87,193 1,644,851 465,545 342,489 249,340

IN

284,816 5,402,760 1,960,831 1,433,966 902,082

DEPOSITS

Kansas..................................................................

526,833 14,758,045 3,979,721 2,591,724 1,888,074

*<r

00

Table 44.

D

is t r ib u t io n o f

D

e p o s it s

A c c o r d in g

to

S iz e

of

A c c o u n t , I n s u r e d C o m m e r c ia l B a n k s , S e p t e m b e r

21, 1955

b a n k s g r o u p e d b y a m o u n t o f d e p o s it s , p o p u l a t io n o f c e n t e r i n w h i c h l o c a t e d , c l a s s , a n d p e r c e n t o f d e p o s it s i n s u r e d ; a n d a c c o u n t s g r o u p e d b y t y p e

Classification Total

$10,000 to $25,000

$25,000 to $100,000

More than $100,000

$71,295,480

$19,550,702

$23,912,350

$67,090,946

$10,000 to $25,000

$25,000 to $100,000

More than $100,000

13.1%

363 15,111 154,589 972,476

83.5 80.4 76.6 71.5 66.2

9.8 11.8 13.1 14.3 14.6

6.7 7.5 9.0 10.6 12.2

.3 1.3 3.6 7.0

1,945,665 2,689,230 2,083,387 2,089,212 2,987,508

1,801,466 3,631,970 3,511,576 4,533,496 8,818,476

60.1 54.5 47.1 39.3 32.7

14.1 13.3 12.7 11.3 9.8

13.4 13.7 15.0 15.6 14.6

12.4 18.5 25.2 33.8 42.9

1,599,230 1,623,895 1,347,489 2,204,996

2,640,721 2,126,135 2,107,616 2,961,877

9,108,482 7,901,560 11,618,746 15,022,635

27.1 28.0 20.3 24.9

8.7 10.0 7.1 8.2

14.4 13.2 11.2 11.0

49.8 48.8 61.4 55.9

422,239 1,087,962 2,445,903 5,280,482 4,526,849

83,570 209,520 506,354 1,137,940 1,053,800

64,429 141,577 349,160 902,017 928,234

100,830 39,688 143,591 477,876 729,681

62.9 73.6 71.0 67.7 62.5

12.5 14.1 14.7 14.6 14.6

9.6 9.6 10.1 11.6 12.8

15.0 2.7 4.2 6.1 10.1

5,858,524 7,480,415 5,667,200 5,007,842 6,450,752

1,368,282 1,850,360 1,431,147 1,298,791 1,780,987

1,283,209 1,884,509 1,590,738 1,680,428 2,481,978

1,274,691 2,455,753 2,467,095 3,104,922 6,557,420

59.9 54.7 50.8 45.1 37.3

14.0 13.5 12.8 11.7 10.3

13.1 13.8 14.3 15.2 14.4

13.0 18.0 22.1 28.0 38.0

4,678 124,579 1,147,732 4,317,883 13,954,986

3,906 100,191 879,551 3,088,554 9,241,263

457 14,728 149,815 616,434 2,031,421

315 9,297 103,255 458,306 1,709,826

$5,000,000 to $10,000,000................................... $10,000,000 to $25,000,000................................. $25,000,000 to $50,000,000................................. $50,000,000 to $100,000,000............................... $100,000,000 to $250,000,000............................

14,516,862 19,661,002 13,907,241 13,400,573 20,536,733

8,724,447 10,721,926 6,545,496 5,260,671 6,715,648

2,045,284 2,617,876 1,766,782 1,517,194 2,015,101

$250,000,000 to $500,000,000............................ $500,000,000 to $1,000,000,000......................... $1,000,000,000 to $2,500,000,000..................... $2,500,000,000 or more........................................

18,302,582 16,187,608 18,911,600 26,875,419

4,954,149 4,536,018 3,837,749 6,685,911

Banks in centers with population in 1950 of— Less than 250.......................................................... 250 to 500................................................................ 500 to 1,000............................................................. 1,000 to 2,500......................................................... 2,500 to 5,000.........................................................

671,068 1,478,747 3,445,008 7,798,315 7,238,564

5,000 to 10,000....................................................... 10,000 to 25,000..................................................... 25,000 to 50,000..................................................... 50,000 to 100,000................................................... 100,000 to 250,000.................................................

9,784,706 13,671,037 11,156,180 11,091,983 17,271,137

36.9%

CORPORATION

10.8%

INSURANCE

39.2%

Banks with deposits of— Less than $250 000 ................. $250,000 to $500,000............................................ $500,000 to $1,000,000......................................... $1,000,000 to $2,000,000..................................... $2,000,000 to $5,000,000.....................................

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$10,000 or less

DEPOSIT

All insured com mercial b anks......................... $181,849,478

$10,000 or less

FEDERAL

Percent of total deposits in accounts of—

Deposits (in thousands) in accounts of—

2,441,779 4,284,312 1,498,420 4,381,560

7,114,728 13,672,671 4,936,884 24,015,116

34.7 34.5 31.9 16.8

9.8 10.7 10.7 6.6

14.2 13.1 13.4 11.8

41.3 41.7 44.0 64.8

Class of bank National, members F . R . System..................... State, members F. R . System............................ Not members F. R . System...............................

99,642,699 55,839,420 26,367,359

37,920,755 17,339,048 16,035,677

10,664,401 5,282,139 3,604,162

13,399,708 7,280,458 3,232,184

37,657,835 25,937,775 3,495,336

38.1 31.1 60.8

10.7 9.4 13.7

13.4 13.0 12.2

37.8 46.5 13.3

Banks w ith percent of deposits in ­ sured of— 100 percent.............................................................. 90 to 99 percent..................................................... 80 to 89 percent..................................................... 70 to 79 percent..................................................... 60 to 69 percent..................................................... 50 to 59 percent.....................................................

6,537 4,209,873 15,882,095 23,433,738 24,371,695 30,538,115

6,537 3,455,184 11,293,542 14,298,274 12,495,889 13,250,142

528,793 2,274,119 3,324,790 3,288,071 3,820,817

210,570 1,643,299 3,055,587 3,543,428 4,177,661

15,326 671,135 2,755,087 5,044,307 9,289,495

100.0 82.1 71.1 61.0 51.3 43.4

12.5 14.3 14.2 13.5 12.5

5.0 10.4 13.0 14.5 13.7

.4 4.2 11.8 20.7 30.4

40 30 20 10 0

16,037,506 24,445,028 24,728,198 15,177,998 3,018,695

5,158,122 6,066,190 3,776,187 1,419,518 75,895

1,761,066 2,117,709 1,602,983 753,451 78,903

2,550,436 3,571,434 3,198,703 1,722,688 238,544

6,567,882 12,689,695 16,150,325 11,282,341 2,625,353

32.2 24.8 15.3 9.4 2.5

11.0 8.7 6.5 5.0 2.6

15.9 14.6 12.9 11.3 7.9

40.9 51.9 65.3 74.3 87.0

Type of account Individual, partnership, and corporation accounts: Demand................................................................ 100,122,450 44,104,582 Savings and time............................................... 15,164,643 Interbank accounts............................................... 3,781,487 U . S. Government accounts............................... 11,442,115 State and political subdivision accounts......... 3,140,905 Uninvested trust funds........................................ 1,303,543 Drafts........................................................................ 2,789,753 Other items..............................................................

34,867,618 33,674,023 144,096 71,630 484,380 737,919 289,925 1,025,889

11,709,039 6,136,858 354,408 72,145 529,710 382,171 151,853 214,518

16,491,258 2,255,021 1,863,954 260,245 1,767,003 613,419 345,346 316,104

37,054,535 2,038,680 12,802,185 3,377,467 8,661,022 1,407,398 516,419 1,233,242

34.8 76.4 1.0 1.9 4.2 23.5 22.3 36.8

11.7 13.9 2.3 1.9 4.6 12.2 11.6 7.7

16.5 5.1 12.3 6.9 15.5 19.5 26.5 11.3

37.0 4.6 84.4 89.3 75.7 44.8 39.6 44.2

to to to to to

49 percent..................................................... 39 percent..................................................... 29 percent..................................................... 19 percent..................................................... 9 percent........................................................

BANKS

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

COMMERCIAL

1,692,792 3,491,867 1,201,672 2,443,620

INSURED

5,964,960 11,308,736 3,576,806 6,216,810

IN

17,214,259 32,757,586 11,213,782 37,057,106

DEPOSITS

250.000 to 5 0 0 ,0 0 0 ............................................. 500.000 to 1,000,000............................................. 1,000,000 to 2,500,000......................................... 2.500.000 or more..................................................

-<r co

Table 45.

D i s t r i b u t i o n o f D e m a n d D e p o s i t s o f I n d i v i d u a ls , P a r t n e r s h i p s , a n d C o r p o r a t i o n s ,

A c c o r d in g

to

S iz e

of

A c c o u n t , I n s u r e d C o m m e r c ia l B a n k s , S e p t e m b e r

21, 1955

b a n k s g r o u p e d b y f e d e r a l d e p o s it i n s u r a n c e c o r p o r a t io n d is t r ic t a n d s t a t e

FDIC District and State

$10,000 to $25,000

$25,000 to $100,000

More than $100,000

More than $100,000

T otal United S tates............................................... $100,122,450

$34,867,618

$11,709,039

$16,491,258

$37,054,535

34.8%

11.7%

16.5%

37.0%

Continental U. S.................................................

99,978,121

34,793,786

11,685,441

16,464,155

37,034,739

34.8

11.7

16.5

37.0

Other areas............................................................

144,329

73,832

23,598

27,103

19,796

51.2

16.3

18.8

13.7

5,045,137 24,054,205 11,563,293 5,583,513 4,561,649 5,857,196 7,250,441 9,386,898 2,723,296 4,586,582 7,732,129 11,778,111

1,526,632 4,942,759 3,794,872 2,422,429 2,098,626 2,626,655 2,821,395 3,137,539 1,375,181 2,224,623 3,241,202 4,655,705

615,714 2,115,899 1,323,464 718,901 638,713 714,002 911,757 1,131,306 372,495 666,876 1,048,243 1,451,669

975,048 3,652,411 1,966,204 998,097 807,934 926,620 1,263,766 1,496,424 388,949 698,037 1,356,940 1,960,828

1,927,743 13,343,136 4,478,753 1,444,086 1,016,376 1,589,919 2,253,523 3,621,629 586,671 997,046 2,085,744 3,709,909

30.3 20.5 32.8 43.4 46.0 44.8 38.9 33.4 50.5 48.5 41.9 39.5

12.2 8.8 11.5 12.9 14.0 12.2 12.6 12.1 13.7 14.5 13.6 12.3

19.3 15.2 17.0 17.9 17.7 15.8 17.4 15.9 14.3 15.2 17.5 16.7

38.2 55.5 38.7 25.8 22.3 27.2 31.1 38.6 21.5 21.8 27.0 31.5

California............................................................. Colorado...............................................................

931,496 400,444 580,731 8,585,460 942,295

431,616 186,765 328,826 3,232,796 391,769

117,655 60,587 86,184 1,008,859 136,546

155,780 74,364 93,461 1,413,157 161,236

226,445 78,728 72,260 2,930,648 252,744

46.4 46.6 56.6 37.7 41.6

12.6 15.1 14.8 11.8 14.5

16.7 18.6 16.1 16.4 17.1

24.3 19.7 12.5 34.1 26.8

Connecticut......................................................... Delaware.............................................................. District of Columbia......................................... Florida.................................................................. Georgia.................................................................

1,214,821 363,164 882,709 1,795,761 1,307,258

408,165 120,104 276,828 816,813 535,639

151,578 39,205 97,451 284,699 155,671

217,151 61,237 156,532 347,288 223,328

437,927 142,618 351,898 346,961 392,620

33.6 33.1 31.4 45.5 41.0

12.5 10.8 11.0 15.9 11.9

17.9 16.9 17.7 19.3 17.1

36.0 39.2 39.9 19.3 30.0

FDIC District District 1 ............................................................. District 2 .............................................................. District 3 ............................................................. District 4 .............................................................. District 5 .............................................................. District District District District

7. ............................................................ 8 .............................................................. 9 . . . ........................................................ 10...........................................................

District 12........................................................... State

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$10,000 or less

CORPORATION

$25,000 to $100,000

INSURANCE

$10,000 to $25,000

DEPOSIT

$10,000 or less

Total

FEDERAL

Percent of total deposits in accounts of—

Deposits (in thousands) in accounts of—

56.3 29.0 46.4 59.1 56.9

16.0 11.6 13.5 14.8 15.8

16.3 16.4 16.7 13.1 14.6

11.4 43.0 23.4 13.0 12.7

Kentucky............................................................. Louisiana.............................................................. Maine.................................................................... Maryland............................................................. Massachusetts....................................................

1,103,355 1,225,701 256,061 1,064,400 2,922,055

602,496 481,892 116,812 417,207 772,127

143,592 172,985 39,862 138,174 336,255

156,496 229,621 52,258 197,679 572,789

200,771 341,203 47,129 311,340 1,240,884

54.6 39.3 45.6 39.2 26.4

13.0 14.1 15.6 13.0 11.5

14.2 18.8 20.4 18.6 19.6

18.2 27.8 18.4 29.2 42.5

Michigan.............................................................. Minnesota............................................................ Mississippi........................................................... Missouri............................................................... Montana..............................................................

3,400,093 1,591,562 527,134 2,989,711 434,818

1,121,335 679,177 314,558 1,162,475 228,341

399,813 178,427 80,688 345,651 83,719

610,083 237,396 81,538 478,244 72,702

1,268,862 496,562 50,350 1,003,341 50,056

33.0 42.7 59.7 38.9 52.5

11.8 11.2 15.3 11.6 19.3

17.9 14.9 15.5 16.0 16.7

37.3 31.2 9.5 33.5 11.5

Nebraska............................................................ Nevada................................................................. New Hampshire................................................. New Jersey.......................................................... New Mexico........................................................

969,941 151,395 158,273 2,687,900 262,460

530,322 67,016 71,237 1,116,593 143,294

154,577 27,051 24,609 391,691 42,573

138,203 29,339 32,933 521,398 48,905

146,839 27,989 29,494 658,218 27,688

54.7 44.2 45.0 41.5 54.6

15.9 17.9 15.6 14.6 16.2

14.3 19.4 20.8 19.4 18.6

15.1 18.5 18.6 24.5 10.6

New York............................................................ North Carolina.. . ............................................. North Dakota.................................................... Oklahoma............................................................

20,936,381 1,204,994 340,312 4,842,972 1,347,812

3,674,808 534,928 228,274 1,592,812 559,136

1,675,395 156,988 51,727 546,659 161,917

3,057,215 225,633 37,836 842,262 197,309

12,528,963 287,445 22,475 1,861,239 429,450

17.6 44.4 67.1 32.9 41.5

8.0 13.0 15.2 11.3 12.0

14.6 18.7 11.1 17.4 14.6

59.8 23.9 6.6 38.4 31.9

Oregon.................................................................. Pennsylvania...................................................... Rhode Island...................................................... South Carolina................................................... South Dakota.....................................................

951,172 6,720,321 390,321 569,491 356,604

435,883 2,202,060 101,537 288,306 239,389

131,264 776,805 48,110 83,450 58,622

168,072 1,123,942 82,720 98,921 41,015

215,953 2,617,514 157,954 98,814 17,578

45.8 32.8 26.0 50.6 67.2

13.8 11.6 12.3 14.6 16.4

17.7 16.7 21.2 17.4 11.5

22.7 38.9 40.5 17.4 4.9

Tennessee............................................................. Texas..................................................................... Utah...................................................................... Vermont............................................................... Virginia................................................................

1,183,399 5,843,524 382,976 103,606 1,282,283

532,858 2,429,251 133,577 56,754 606,621

138,575 772,098 39,795 15,300 167,952

198,419 1,004,050 59,265 17,197 216,815

313,547 1,638,125 150,339 14,355 290,895

45.0 41.6 34.9 54.8 47.3

11.7 13.2 10.4 14.8 13.1

16.8 17.2 15.5 16.6 16.9

26.5 28.0 39.2 13.8 22.7

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

1,339,465 579,636 1,736,467 186,533

580,630 298,539 718,461 95,009

184,293 74,886 226,940 33,430

229,066 102,517 301,579 35,267

345,476 103,694 489,487 22,827

43.3 51.5 41.4 50.9

13.8 12.9 13.1 17.9

17.1 17.7 17.3 18.9

25.8 17.9 28.2 12.3

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

BANKS

33,045 3,441,231 495,174 180,398 145,186

COMMERCIAL

47,387 1,314,691 352,104 181,733 166,022

INSURED

46,417 925,268 285,004 206,038 180,406

IN

163,225 2,318,241 981,599 819,298 648,387

DEPOSITS

Kansas..................................................................

290,074 7,999,431 2,113,881 1,387,467 1,140,001

Idaho..................................................................... Illinois................................................................... Indiana.................................................................

oo

Table 46.

D

i s t r i b u t i o n o f s a v in g s a n d

A

c c o r d in g t o

S iz e

of

T im e D

e p o s it s o f

I n d iv id u a l s , P a r t n e r s h ip s ,

A c c o u n t , I n s u r e d C o m m e r c ia l B a n k s , S e p t e m b e r

and

C o r p o r a t io n s ,

21, 1955

b a n k s g r o u p e d b y f e d e r a l d e p o s it i n s u r a n c e c o r p o r a t io n d is t r ic t a n d s t a t e

FD IC District and State

76.4%

13.9%

5.1%

4.6%

2,033,285

76.4

13.9

5.1

4.6

92,314

13,762

8,780

5,395

76.8

11.4

7.3

4.5

1,900,282 6,919,289 6,462,041 2,403,457 1,497,203 2,034,254 5,382,164 4,408,240 1,443,395 1,127,834 1,645,166 8,881,257

1,645,606 5,336,053 5,261,726 1,918,284 1,139,812 1,588,261 4,431,186 3,425,434 1,214,226 862,499 1,110,930 5,740,006

166,458 707,198 776,333 288,887 216,347 284,027 671,397 689,083 172,955 172,862 227,591 1,763,720

39,514 205,861 252,356 108,148 81,524 112,863 205,191 216,398 44,813 66,335 126,042 795,976

F48,704 670,177 171,626 88,138 59,520 49,103 74,390 77,325 11,401 26,138 180,603 581,555

86.6 77.1 81.4 79.8 76.1 78.1 82.3 77.7 84.1 76.5 67.5 64.6

8.7 10.2 12.0 12.0 14.5 14.0 12.5 15.6 12.0 15.3 13.8 19.9

2.1 3.0 3.9 4.5 5.4 5.5 3.8 4.9 3.1 5.9 7.7 9.0

2.6 9.7 2.7 3.7 4.0 2.4 1.4 1.8 .8 2.3 11.0 6.5

339,327 176,727 161,978 7,068,304 359,557

266,477 121,593 123,510 4,387,385 265,613

49,286 33,353 22,454 1,477,184 58,839

19,411 15,468 11,283 689,811 24,804

4,153 6,313 4,731 513,924 10,301

78.6 68.8 76.2 62.1 73.9

14.5 18.9 13.9 20.9 16.4

5.7 8.7 7.0 9.8 6.9

1.2 3.6 2.9 7.2 2.8

487,860 83,862 274,324 561,259 426,165

425,491 64,587 181,167 405,028 335,275

52,566 13,715 28,363 85,671 57,130

4,604 4,596 16,783 29,135 22,149

5,199 964 48,011 41,425 11,611

87.2 77.0 66.1 72.1 78.7

10.8 16.4 10.3 15.3 13.4

.9 5.5 6.1 5.2 5.2

1.1 1.1 17.5 7.4 2.7

33,581,709

Other areas............................................................

120,251

District 6 ............................................................ District 8 . . . ........................................................ District 9 ............................................................. District 10............................................................

State

District of Columbia.........................................

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

CORPORATION

$2,038,680

2,246,241

$33,674,023

43,984,331

$10,000 or less

INSURANCE

$2,255,021

6,123,096

$44,104,582

Continental U. S ................................................

$10,000 to $25,000

DEPOSIT

$6,136,858

Total United S tates...............................................

FDIC District

More than $100,000

More than $100,000

$10,000 or less

$10,000 to $25,000

$25,000 to $100,000

$25,000 to $100,000

Total

FEDERAL

Percent of total deposits in accounts of—

Deposits (in thousands) in accounts of—

Idaho..................................................................... Illinois................................................................... Indiana.................................................................

69.6 76.9 82.5 81.8 79.1

21.7 15.9 12.8 14.1 15.3

6.6 5.2 3.5 3.7 4.6

2.1 2.0 1.2 .4 1.0

Kentucky............................................................. Louisiana.............................................................. Maine.................................................................... Maryland............................................................. Massachusetts. ..................................................

288,357 370,848 210,462 481,855 661,594

233,702 303,883 179,183 395,265 578,572

38,901 45,040 20,768 63,038 38,256

12,906 16,777 7,632 16,548 10,629

2,848 5,148 2,879 7,004 34,137

81.0 82.0 85.1 82.0 87.4

13.5 12.1 9.9 13.1 5.8

4.5 4.5 3.6 3.4 1.6

1.0 1.4 1.4 1.5 5.2

Michigan.............................................................. Minnesota............................................................ Mississippi........................................................... Missouri............................................................... Montana..............................................................

2,862,343 1,047,792 170,452 933,964 133,521

2,309,573 901,111 133,032 764,595 102,704

376,072 110,559 24,260 112,478 22,764

129,199 28,748 10,829 38,554 7,173

47,499 7,374 2,331 18,337 880

80.7 86.0 78.0 81.9 76.9

13.1 10.6 14.2 12.0 17.0

4.5 2.7 6.4 4.1 5.4

1.7 .7 1.4 2.0 .7

Nebraska.............................................................. Nevada................................................................. New Hampshire................................................. New Jersey.......................................................... New Mexico........................................................

162,309 85,451 83,563 2,254,067 94,246

138,227 57,978 70,590 1,953,414 62,092

18,457 17,117 10,006 229,318 14,695

5,122 7,491 2,383 52,200 8,776

503 2,865 584 19,135 8,683

85.2 67.8 84.5 86.7 65.9

11.4 20.0 12.0 10.2 15.6

3.1 8.8 2.8 2.3 9.3

.3 3.4 .7 .8 9.2

New York............................................................ North Carolina................................................... North Dakota..................................................... Oklahoma............................................................

4,502,851 410,372 124,136 2,988,293 255,960

3,259,953 341,337 99,444 2,409,416 190,647

456,261 43,438 19,784 382,774 39,737

141,954 18,072 4,456 130,769 16,411

644,683 7,525 452 65,334 9,165

72.4 83.2 80.1 80.6 74.5

10.1 10.6 15.9 12.8 15.5

3.2 4.4 3.6 4.4 6.4

14.3 1.8 .4 2.2 3.6

Oregon.................................................................. Pennsylvania...................................................... Rhode Island...................................................... South Carolina................................................... South Dakota.....................................................

605,765 3,473,748 282,421 115,065 137,946

442,149 2,852,310 242,488 93,838 110,967

100,279 393,559 26,554 12,592 19,848

43,489 121,587 9,130 4,407 4,436

19,848 106,292 4,249 4,228 2,695

73.0 82.1 85.9 81.6 80.4

16.5 11.3 9.4 10.9 14.4

7.2 3.5 3.2 3.8 3.2

3.3 3.1 1.5 3.7 2.0

Tennessee............................................................. Texas..................................................................... Utah...................................................................... Virginia................................................................

649,955 1,003,345 251,978 174,382 807,580

466,454 623,362 191,738 149,282 648,487

110,194 134,503 35,851 18,308 105,431

50,120 85,021 9,317 5,136 37,505

23,187 160,459 15,072 1,656 16,157

71.8 62.1 76.1 85.6 80.3

16.9 13.4 14.2 10.5 13.1

7.7 8.5 3.7 2.9 4.6

3.6 16.0 6.0 1.0 2.0

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

663,989 314,261 1,395,523 73,528

512,339 258,190 1,193,945 49,389

91,865 36,025 151,685 13,466

33,360 14,833 36,350 7,206

26,425 5,213 13,543 3,467

77.2 82.1 85.5 67.2

13.8 11.5 10.9 18.3

5.0 4.7 2.6 9.8

4.0 1.7 1.0 4.7

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

BANKS

3,421 74,582 13,348 2,743 2,702

COMMERCIAL

10,839 191,139 39,642 25,259 12,792

INSURED

35,566 591,139 143,640 97,944 42,363

IN

114,202 2,858,011 927,668 567,423 218,623

DEPOSITS

Kansas..................................................................

164,028 3,714,871 1,124,298 693,369 276,480

00 CO

Table 47. A

D

is t r i b u t i o n o f

c c o r d in g t o

S iz e

D

of

emand

D

e p o s it s o f

I n d iv id u a l s , P a r t n e r s h ip s ,

and

A c c o u n t , I n s u r e d C o m m e r c ia l B a n k s , S e p t e m b e r

C o r p o r a t io n s ,

21, 1955

b a n k s g r o u p e d b y a m o u n t o f d e p o s it s

Percent of total deposits in accounts of—

Deposits (in thousands) in accounts of— Size group

More than $100,000

Demand deposits— to ta l..............

$100,122,450

$34,867,618

$11,709,039

$16,491,258

$37,054,535

Banks with deposits of— Less than $250,000........................ $250,000 to $500,000..................... $500,000 to $1,000,000................. $1,000,000 to $2 ,000,000.............. $2,000,000 to $5,000,000..............

3,301 88,311 720,252 2,538,465 7,705,905

3.004 76,399 592,713 1,937,350 5,302,093

266 9,293 87,758 359,140 1,217,412

31 2,619 35,937 197,750 879,812

$5,000,000 to $10,000,000........... $10,000,000 to $25,000,000........... $25,000,000 to $50,000,000......... $50,000,000 to $100,000,000____ $100,000,000 to $250,000,000. . .

7,693,271 10,227,032 7,364,356 7,218,221 10,789,593

4,553,592 5,063,004 2,997,062 2,416,651 3,040,823

1,262,393 1,630,689 1,116,827 976,391 1,254,038

$250,000,000 to $500,000,000. . . $500,000,000 to $1,000,000,000.. $1,000,000,000 to $2,500,000,000 $2,500,000,000 or more.................

10,480,767 8,950,583 11,461,574 14,880,819

2,335,341 1,989,487 1,608,730 2,951,369

Percent of to ta l........................... Banks with deposits of— Less than $250,000........................ $250,000 to $500,000..................... $500,000 to $1,000,000................. $1,000,000 to $2 ,000,000.............. $2,000,000 to $5,000,000..............

100.0 %

$10,000 or less

$10,000 to $25,000

$25,000 to $100,000

More than $100,000

37.0%

34.8%

11.7%

16.5%

3,844 44,225 306,588

91.0 86.5 82.3 76.3 68.8

8.1 10.5 12.2 14.2 15.8

.9 3.0 5.0 7.8 11.4

.5 1.7 4.0

1,196,224 1,926,975 1,541,121 1,554,127 2,173,403

681,062 1,606,364 1,709,346 2,271,052 4,321,329

59.2 49.5 40.7 33.5 28.2

16.4 16.0 15.2 13.5 11.6

15.5 18.8 20.9 21.5 20.1

8.9 15.7 23.2 31.5 40.1

1,022,801 806,725 777,976 1,187,330

1,895,700 1,480,644 1,507,363 2,099,552

5,226,925 4,673,727 7,567,505 8,642,568

22.3 22.2 14.0 19.8

9.7 9.0 6.8 8.0

18.1 16.6 13.2 14.1

49.9 52.2 66.0 58.1

100.0%

100.0 %

100.0%

100.0%

0) .1 .7 2.5 7.7

0) .2 1.7 5.6 15.2

0) .1 .8 3.1 10.4

0) 0) .2 1.2 5.3

0) .1

$5,000,000 to $10,000,000........... $10,000,000 to $25,000,000......... $25,000,000 to $50,000,000......... $50,000,000 to $100,000,000____ $100,000,000 to $250,000,000. . .

7.7 10.2 7.4 7.2 10.8

13.1 14.5 8.6 6.9 8.7

10.8 13.9 9.5 8.3 10.7

7.3 11.7 9.3 9.4 13.2

1.8 4.4 4.6 6.1 11.7

$250,000,000 to $500,000,000. . . $500,000,000 to $1,000,000,000.. $1,000,000,000 to $2,500,000,000 $2,500,000,000 or more.................

10.5 8.9 11.4 14.9

6.7 5.7 4.6 8.5

8.7 6.9 6.7 10.1

11.5 9.0 9.2 12.7

14.1 12.6 20.4 23.4

i Less than .05 percent. Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

CO R PO R ATIO N

$25,000 to $100,000

INSURANCE

$10,000 to $25,000

DEPOSIT

$10,000 or less

FEDERAL

Total

Table 48.

D

i s t r i b u t io n o f

A c c o r d in g

S a v in g s

t o s iz e o f

and

T im e D

e p o s it s o f

I n d iv id u a l s , P a r t n e r s h ip s ,

A c c o u n t , I n s u r e d C o m m e r c ia l B a n k s , S e p t e m b e r

and

C o r p o r a t io n s ,

21, 1955

BANKS GROUPED BY AMOUNT OF DEPOSITS

Percent of total deposits in accounts of—

Deposits (in thousands) in accounts of— Size group

595 17,562 237,761 1,014,225 3,624,645

105 1,792 28,461 145,634 577,767

269 4,247 26,559 137,764

4,772,080 6,512,482 4,157,132 3,332,808 4,395,949

3,910,572 5,336,666 3,329,976 2,630,891 3,386,205

625,305 813,215 528,647 413,559 579,245

$250 000 000 to $500,000,000............................ $500 000,000 to $1,000,000,000......................... $1 000,000,000 to $2,500,000,000..................... $2 500,000,000 or more........................................

3,163,667 3,632,805 2,947,358 5,344,796

2,370,081 2,363,920 2,060,489 3,390,435

Percent of total ............................................. Banks with deposits of— .................... Less than $250 000 $250 000 to $500,000 ........................ $500 000 to $1 000 000 ............................ $1 000 000 to $2 ,000,000..................................... $2 000 000 to $5 000 000 ... .

100.0%

$250,000 to $500,000............................................ $500,000 to $1,000,000......................................... $1,000,000 to $2 ,000,000..................................... $2,000,000 to $5,000,000.....................................

700 19,758 271,172 1,189,108 4,364,767

$5,000,000 to $10,000,000................................... $10,000,000 to $25,000,000................................. $25,000,000 to $50,000,000................................. $50,000,000 to $100,000,000.............................. $100,000,000 to $250,000,000............................

$25,000 to $100,000

More than $100,000

76.4%

13.9%

5.1%

135 703 2,690 24,591

85.0 88.9 87.7 85.3 83.0

15.0 9.1 10.5 12.3 13.2

1.3 1.6 2.2 3.2

.7 .2 .2 .6

183,186 262,099 187,475 162,801 228,197

53,017 100,502 111,034 125,557 202,302

82.0 81.9 80.1 78.9 77.0

13.1 12.5 12.7 12.4 13.2

3.8 4.0 4.5 4.9 5.2

1.1 1.6 2.7 3.8 4.6

406,909 699,376 447,932 868,911

196,144 276,030 204,601 385,649

190,533 293,479 234,336 699,801

74.9 65.1 69.9 63.4

12.9 19.2 15.2 16.3

6.2 7.6 6.9 7.2

6.0 8.1 8.0 13.1

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

0) 0) .6 2.7 9.9

0) .1 .7 3.0 10.8

0) 0) .5 2.4 9.4

0) .2 1.2 6.1

(l) 0) .1 1.2

$5 000 000 to $10 000,000 .................... $10 000 000 to $25 000 000 . . . $25 000*000 to $50,000,000 .............................. $50*000*000 to $100,000,000 ........................ $100 000 000 to $250,000,000 .................

10.8 14.8 9.4 7.6 10.0

11.6 15.8 9.9 7.8 10.1

10.2 13.3 8.6 6.7 9.4

8.1 11.6 8.3 7.2 10.1

2.6 4.9 5.5 6.2 9.9

$250 000 000 to $500,000,000 ................... $500 000 000 to $1 000 000,000 $1 000 000 000 to $2,500,000,000 $2 500 000,000 or more ......................................

7.2 8.2 6.7 12.1

7.0 7.0 6.1 10.1

6.6 11.4 7.3 14.2

8.7 12.3 9.1 17.1

9.4 14.4 11.5 34.3

Banks with deposits of—

1 Less than .05 percent.

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

4 .6%

BANKS

$2,038,680

$10,000 to $25,000

COMMERCIAL

$2,255,021

$33,674,023

$10,000 or less

INSURED

$6,136,858

$44,104,582

$10,000 to $25,000

IN

More than $100,000

$10,000 or less

DEPOSITS

$25,000 to $100,000

Total

00 o D e t a i l e d T a b l e s : D is t r i b u t i o n o f A c c o u n t s a n d D e p o s it s b y S iz e o f A c c o u n t , I n s u r e d M u t u a l S a y i n g s B a n k s

Table 49.

D

is t r ib u t io n o f

A c c o u n t s A c c o r d in g

to

Siz e , I n su r e d M

utual

Sa y i n g s B a n k s , S e p t e m b e r

21, 1955

b a n k s g r o u p e d b y f e d e r a l d e p o s it i n s u r a n c e c o r p o r a t io n d i s t r i c t , s t a t e , a m o u n t o f d e p o s it s , p o p u l a t i o n o f c e n t e r , a n d p e r c e n t o f d e p o s it s i n s u r e d ; a n d a c c o u n t s b y t y p e

Classification

New Jersey...............................................

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$10,000 to $25,000

$25,000 to $100,000

More than $100,000

$10,000 or less

$10,000 to $25,000

$25,000 to $100,000

More than $100,000

220

15,144,947

14,876,105

264,761

3,895

186

98.2%

1.8%

0 )%

0 )%

38 153 10 7 6 1 5

687,443 11,535,936 1,858,359 521,368 63,462 211,417 266,962

678,274 11,320,808 1,828,204 514,814 62,751 209,810 261,444

8,693 214,142 28,151 5,978 672 1,607 5,518

471 958 1,874 558 34

5 28 130 18 5

98.7 98.1 98.4 98.8 98.9 99.2 97.9

1.2 1.9 1.5 1.1 1.0 .8 2.1

.1 0) .1 .1 .1

0) 0) (x) 0) 0)

5 1 3 9 7

78,378 19,985 30,824 65,761 521,368

76,592 19,541 30,339 65,134 514,814

1,770 438 457 586 5,978

16 6 23 41 558

5

2.3 2.2 1.5 .9 1.1

0) C1) .1 .1 .1

0)

18

97.7 97.8 98.4 99.0 98.8

1 12 23 129 3

211,417 204,388 840,831 10,675,120 400,938

209,810 200,767 826,739 10,474,528 395,056

1,607 3,302 13,472 200,232 5,149

4 17 11 102

99.2 98.2 98.3 98.1 98.5

.8 1.6 1.6 1.9 1.3

1 7 5 7 4 3

15,045 1,457,421 228,263 110,653 251,917 32,638

14,534 1,433,148 226,332 109,449 246,910 32,412

511 23,002 1,901 1,134 5,007 215

96.6 98.3 99.2 98.9 98.0 99.3

3.4 1.6 .8 1.0 2.0 .7

315 603 349 631 1,243 30 69 11

28 1

.2 .1

0)

.2

0) 0) C1) 0)

.1 C1) .1

0)

0)

(!)

c o r p o r a t io n

State

$10,000 or less

in s u r a n c e

FDIC District District 1 ................................................... District 2 .................................................. District 3 ................................................... District 4 ................................................... District 7 ...................................................

Total

d epo sit

United S tates.................................................

Number of banks

federal

Percent of total accounts

Number of accounts

17 7 43

1

98.8 97.5 98.2 98.7

1.2 2.5 1.8 1.3

0) C1) 0)

C1)

6,870 12,322 8,590 16,745

160 302 250 82

1 8 14 4

98.4 98.2 98.4 98.3

1.6 1.8 1.6 1.7

C1) 0) 0) C1)

I1) 0) 0) 0)

1,015,463 1,690,052 1,353,590 7,930,787

16,455 26,576 19,836 151,945

307 1,237 1,179 311

9 113 26 10

98.4 98.4 98.5 98.1

1.6 1.5 1.4 1.9

C1) .1 .1 0)

V1) 0) 0) 0)

14,489,579 655,368

14,230,403 645,702

256,158 8,603

2,958 937

60 126

98.2 98.5

1.8 1.3

0) .2

C1) w

82,635 14,446,234 533 1,596

82,143 14,179,191 486 1,575

345 263,518 36 15

119 3,406 11 6

28 119

99.4 98.2 91.2 98.7

.4 1.8 6.7 .9

.2 (*) 2.1 .4

I1) 0)

1,534 4,596 199,700 408,119

1,257 4,524 199,440 407,489

172 62 229 384

73 10 31 239

32

81.9 98.4 99.9 99.8

11.2 1.4 .1 .1

4.8 .2 (>) .1

2.1

18,663 26,225 60,902 83,606 44,999 16,256

477 498 746 1,240 645 60

Banks in centers with popula­ tion in 1950 of— 500 to 1,000............................................. 1.000 to 2 ,500.......................................... 2,500 to 5,000.......................................... 5.000 to 10,000........................................

10,135 94,204 66,951 132,199

10,012 91,811 65,714 130,462

123 2,376 1,230 1,693

10.000 to 25,000. . . 25.000 to 50,000. . . 50.000 to 100,000. . 100.000 to 250,000.

447,516 680,519 543,714 961,813

440,485 667,887 534,860 944,982

1,032,234 1,717,978 1,374,631 8,083,053

250.000 to 500,000____ 500.000 to 1,000,000. . 1,000,000 to 2,500,000. 2.500.000 or more......... Banks with percent of deposits insured of— 90 to 99 percent.................................. 80 to 89 percent.................................. Type of account Individual, partnership, and corpo­ ration accounts: Demand............................................ Savings and time............................ Interbank accounts............................ U. S. Government accounts............ State and political subdivision ac­ counts ................................................ Uninvested trust funds..................... Drafts.................................................... Other items..........................................

214 6

7

O1) C1) h 0) 0)

0)

BANKS

0) 0) 0) 0) 0) C1)

1,071,922 1,780,090 4,087,828 4,208,070 2,296,452 536,440

SAYINGS

1.7 1.5 1.5 2.0 1.9 2.9

1,091,078 1,806,828 4,149,511 4,293,021 2,342,098 552,760

MUTUAL

98.3 98.5 98.5 98.0 98.1 97.1

$25,000,000 to $50,000,000.................. $50,000,000 to $100,000,000................ $100,000,000 to $250,000,000............. $250,000,000 to $500,000,000............. $500,000,000 to $1,000,000,000.......... $1,000,000,000 to $2,500,000,000. . .

0) C1)

INSURED

16 15 35 105 2 4

4 30 77 118

OF

0) .1 0) 0)

16 38 470 3,067 10,519

DEPOSITS

3.0 .4 1.0 1.3 1.7

510 8,925 45,600 242,796 597,472

AND

2 7

97.0 99.6 98.9 98.7 98.3

526 8,967 46,100 245,942 608,116

ACCOUNTS

Banks with deposits of— $500,000 to $1,000,000.............. $1,000,000 to $2 ,000,000......... $2,000,000 to $5,000,000......... $5,000 000 to $10,000,000____ $10,000,000 to $25,000,000___

1 Less than .05 percent.

87

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

00

oo

Table 50.

D

is t r ib u t io n o f

D

e p o s it s

A

c c o r d in g t o

S iz e

of

A ccount, I n sured M

utual

Sa v in g s B a n k s , Se p t e m b e r

21, 1955

b a n k s g r o u p e d b y f e d e r a l d e p o s it in s u r a n c e c o r p o r a t io n d is t r i c t , s t a t e , a m o u n t o f

Percent of total deposits in accounts of—

Deposits (in thousands) in accounts o fClassification

$25,000 to $100,000

More than $100,000

United States— total

$20,937,417

$17,602,667

$3,146,533

$139,494

$48,723

FDIC District District 1 ............... District 2 .............. District 3 .............. District 4 .............. District 7 .............. District 9 .............. District 12............

673,289 17,355,165 1,827,578 479,471 58,987 229,101 313,826

540,874 14,819,017 1,349,621 376,989 48,146 212,579 255,441

113,780 2,497,218 373,543 78,636 8,449 16,522 58,385

18,067 33,649 66,105 20,306 1,367

State Connecticut.......... Delaware............... Indiana.................. Maine.................... Maryland..............

105,534 24,619 40,030 50,202 479,471

80,809 18,833 32,299 41,028 376,989

24,155 5,579 5,709 7,630 78,636

570 207 997 1,544 20,306

Minnesota............. New Hampshire.. New Jersey........... New York............. Ohio.. ...................

229,101 226,316 991,184 16,339,362 374,015

212,579 169,957 796,600 14,003,584 249,382

16,522 43,660 173,275 2,318,364 67,166

Oregon. : ............... Pennsylvania. . . . Rhode Island. . . . Vermont................ Washington.......... Wisconsin..............

29,379 1,453,563 182,324 108,913 284,447 18,957

23,951 1,100,239 157,036 92,044 231,490 15,847

5,428 306,377 24,290 14,045 52,957 2,740

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$10,000 or less

$10,000 to $25,000

84.1%

15.0%

5,281 38,309 3,540 1,025

80.3 85.4 73.9 78.6 81.6 92.8 81.4

16.9 14.4 20.4 16.4 14.3 7.2 18.6

1,025 3,540

76.6 76.5 80.7 81.7 78.6

12,241 17,790 15,652 24,823

458 3,519 1,762 32,644

41,282 998 2,714

5,665

370

110

$25,000 to $100,000

.7 %

More than $100,000

2%

2.7 .2 3.6 4.3 2.3

.1 0) 2.1 .7 1.8

22.9 22.7 14.3 15.2 16.4

.0 2.5 3.1 4.2

2.5

92.8 75.1 80.4 85.7 66.7

7.2 19.3 17.5 14.2 18.0

5.4 1.8 .1 6.6

.2 .3 0) 8.7

81.5 75.7 86.1 84.5 81.4 83.6

18.5 21.1 13.3 12.9 18.6 14.5

2.8 .6 2.5

.4

1.9

.8

.1

C O R PO R ATIO N

$10,000 or less

INSURANCE

Total

DEPOSIT

$10,000 to $25,000

FEDERAL

d e p o s it s , p o p u l a t i o n o f c e n t e r , a n d p e r c e n t of d e p o s it s i n s u r e d ; a n d a c c o u n t s g r o u p e d b y t y p e

231,004 313,507 718,203 989,709 539,509 188,203

16,843 17,604 27,406 45,957 20,625 2,595

Banks in centers with population in 1950 of— 500 to 1,000........................................................ 1.000 to 2,500..................................................... 2,500 to 5,000..................................................... 5.000 to 10,000...................................................

8,672 146,777 91,512 138,995

7,210 118,161 76,939 116,695

1,462 28,016 14,271 20,346

10.000 to 25,000................................................. 25.000 to 50,000................................................. 50.000 to 100,000.............................................. 100.000 to 2 5 0 ,0 0 0 .........................................

479,346 828,886 643,558 1,153,111

388,223 667,198 525,083 949,868

250.000 to 5 00,000............................................ 500.000 to 1,000,000......................................... 1,000,000 to 2,500,000..................................... 2.500.000 or more..............................................

1,151,374 1,934,759 1,306,415 13,054,012

Banks with percent of deposits in ­ sured of— 90 to 99 percent................................................. 80 to 89 percent................................................. Type of account Individual, partnership, and corporation accounts: Demand........................................................... Savings and time........................................... Interbank accounts........................................... U . S. Government accounts......................... State and political subdivision accounts. . . Uninvested trust funds.................................... Drafts................................................................... Other items..........................................................

.2 .1

4,476 2,411 6,951 32,292 413 535

81.3 84.7 85.3 83.3 84.5 84.6

17.1 14.4 14.1 15.5 14.9 15.1

1.3 .8 .5 .7 .6 .2

.3 .1 .1 .5 0) .1

600 302 1,651

303

83.1 80.5 84.1 84.0

16.9 19.1 15.6 14.6

.4 .3 1.2

.2

85,290 150,336 105,092 199,822

5,643 10,029 9,853 2,585

190 1,323 3,530 836

81.0 80.5 81.6 82.4

17.8 18.1 16.3 17.3

1.2 1.2 1.5 .2

(5) .2 .6 .1

946,987 1,509,717 999,067 11,297,519

193,362 344,666 262,734 1,741,136

9,022 46,572 39,160 14,077

2,003 33,804 5,454 1,280

82.2 78.0 76.5 86.6

16.8 17.8 20.1 13.3

.8 2.4 3.0 .1

.2 1.8 .4 0)

20,337,873 599,544

17,191,994 410,673

3,032,505 114,028

102,828 36,666

10,546 38,177

84.5 68.5

14.9 19.0

.5 6.1

.1 6.4

43,508 20,741,383 2,396 973 21,530 3,868 51,502 72,257

25,692 17,470,028 1,425 418 1,810 2,404 46,804 54,086

5,067 3,128,060 551 261 2,354 1,004 3,213 6,023

5,461 117,248 420 294 3,205 460 1,485 10,921

7,288 26,047

59.0 84.2 59.5 43.0 8.4 62.1 90.9 74.9

11.6 15.1 23.0 26.8 10.9 26.0 6.2 8.3

12.6 .6 17.5 30.2 14.9 11.9 2.9 15.1

16.8 .1

14,161 1.227

65.8 1.7

BANKS

1,099,461 1,850,474 4,361,961 5,333,432 3,050,204 1,054,933

2.6 2.8 1.1 .6

SAVINGS

1,351,784 2,183,996 5,114,521 6,401,390 3,610,751 1,246,266

21.1 9.6 15.1 15.0 16.7

MUTUAL

$25,000,000 to $50,000,000............................ $50,000,000 to $100,000,000.......................... $100,000,000 to $250,000,000........................ $250,000,000 to $500,000,000........................ $500,000,000 to $1,000,000,000..................... $1,000,000,000 to $2,500,000,000.................

493 1,152

78.9 87.8 82.1 83.7 82.6

INSURED

140 1,119 2,685 4,520

OF

188 505 5,967 37,233 122,505

DEPOSITS

704 4,635 32,457 207,628 606,778

AND

892 5,280 39,543 248,039 734,955

ACCOUNTS

Batiks with deposits of— $500,000 to $1,000,000.................................... $1,000,000 to $2 ,000,000................................. $2,000,000 to $5,000,000................................. $5,000,000 to $10,000,000.............................. $10,000,000 to $25,000,000............................

1Less than .05 percent.

89

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

D e t a il e d T a b l e s : A c c o u n t s F u l l y P r o t e c t e d a n d D e p o s it s I n s u r e d w i t h S p e c if ie d A m o u n t s o f C o v e r a g e T a b le 51.

A c c o u n t s F u l l y P r o t e c t e d a n d D e p o s i t s I n s u r e d w i t h S p e c if ie d A m o u n t s o f M a x im u m C o v e r a g e , I n s u r e d C o m m e r c ia l B a n k s , S e p t e m b e r

21, 1955

b a n k s g r o u p e d b y f e d e r a l d e p o s it i n s u r a n c e c o r p o r a t io n d i s t r i c t a n d s t a t e

Percent of accounts fully protected with maximum coverage of—

Deposits (in thousands) insured with maximum coverage of—

Percent of deposits insured with maximum coverage of—

FDIC District and State $10,000

$25,000 $100,000

$10,000

$25,000

$100,000

$10,000

$25,000 $100,000

T otal United S tates............................

112,551,274

113,885,370

114,399,060

98.2%

99.4%

99.9%

50.3%

59.3%

Continental U. S .............................

112,151,159

113,482,423

113,995,039

98.2

99.4

99.9

91,243,364

107,659,219

131,359,449

50.3

59.3

72.4

Other areas........................................

400,115

402,947

404,021

98.9

99.7

99.9

220,286

254,988

302,183

56.3

65.1

77.2

5,932,421 15,977,475 14,465,974 8,382,886 5,821,763 7,135,364 10,989,442 9,214,790 3,589,888 4,747,323 7,525,466 18,768,482

5,991,779 16,189,163 14,623,553 8,457,074 5,887,045 7,212,750 11,109,691 9,351,492 3,632,252 4,811,070 7,621,405 18,998,096

6,019,057 16,290,674 14,682,590 8,487,296 5,913,396 7,244,678 11,149,689 9,399,867 3,646,530 4,834,002 7,663,433 19,067,848

98.4 97.8 98.4 98.7 98.3 98.4 98.5 97.9 98.3 98.1 98.0 98.3

99.4 99.1 99.5 99.5 99.4 99.4 99.5 99.3 99.5 99.4 99.3 99.5

99.9 99.7 99.9 99.9 99.9 99.9 99.9 99.8 99.9 99.9 99.8 99.9

4,312,385 14,385,103 11,738,703 5,612,657 4,364,880 5,565,702 9,209,411 8,847,966 3,321,472 4,135,873 6,045,340 13,924,158

5,150,263 17,598,436 13,625,409 6,561,592 5,182,726 6,557,588 10,506,237 10,434,616 3,788,113 4,867,375 7,336,270 16,305,582

6,420,594 23,180,337 16,333,976 7,929,047 6,302,399 8,018,876 12,236,461 12,670,383 4,390,304 5,854,849 9,241,855 19,082,551

49.7 34.9 54.2 55.7 56.3 54.0 60.9 51.0 63.9 56.1 48.0 56.6

59.4 42.7 62.9 65.1 66.9 63.6 69.5 60.1 72.8 66.0 58.3 66.3

74.0 56.3 75.5 78.6 81.3 77.8 81.0 73.0 84.4 79.4 73.5 77.6

1,376,414 500,809 786,440 14,600,109 960,919

1,389,291 507,689 794,944 14,776,043 975,331

1,394,414 509,933 798,389 14,828,385 980,331

98.6 98.1 98.4 98.4 97.9

99.5 99.5 99.5 99.6 99.3

99.9 99.9 99.9 99.9 99.9

919,550 415,981 598,886 10,308,578 888,165

1,077,294 487,336 702,269 12,123,898 1,049,803

1,298,110 569,466 831,809 14,203,859 1,265,572

58.4 59.1 64.3 55.3 55.1

68.5 69.2 75.4 65.0 65.1

82.5 80.9 89.3 76.2 78.5

1,457,727 315,183 701,008 1,854,701 1,719,200

1,473,799 319,182 709,934 1,882,297 1,735,399

1,479,839 320,969 714,070 1,892,792 1,742,950

98.4 98.0 98.0 97.8 98.5

99.5 99.3 99.2 99.3 99.4

99.9 99.8 99.8 99.9 99.9

1,128,512 257,028 617,976 1,672,852 1,168,102

1,323,759 311,496 744,039 2 ,000,112 1,401,366

1,585,854 389,084 931,188 2,425,159 1,754,655

54.5 45.8 45.6 55.6 51.9

63.9 55.5 54.8 66.5 62.3

76.6 69.3 68.6 80.7 77.9

FDIC District District District District District District District District District District District District

2 .......................................... 3 .......................................... 4 .......................................... 5 .......................................... 6 .......................................... 7 .......................................... 8 .......................................... 9 .......................................... 10........................................ 11........................................ 12........................................

State

District of Columbia.....................

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

72.4%

c o r p o r a t io n

$100,000

in s u r a n c e

$25,000

depo sit

$10,000

$91,463,650 $107,914,207 $131,661,632

federal

Number of accounts fully protected with maximum coverage of—

99.5 99.3 99.5 99.5 99.4

99.9 99.8 99.9 99.9 99.9

365,876 7,086,680 2,427,311 1,761,286 1,149,042

422,259 8,431,586 2,786,126 2,003,030 1,340,147

478,388 10,382,543 3,269,202 2,287,840 1,588,585

69.4 48.0 61.0 68.0 60.9

80.2 57.1 70.0 77.3 71.0

90.8 70.4 82.1 88.3 84.1

Kentucky......................................... Louisiana.......................................... Maine................................................ Maryland.......................................... Massachusetts.................................

1,445,345 1,629,171 620,619 1,542,267 2,545,917

1,459,578 1,645,816 625,139 1,556,711 2,573,869

1,464,934 1,653,203 626,762 1,562,358 2,589,598

98.5 98.4 99.0 98.6 98.1

99.5 99.4 99.7 99.5 99.2

99.9 99.8 99.9 99.9 99.8

1,077,703 1,089,013 371,057 1,052,393 1,934,372

1,246,283 1,320,304 421,555 1,235,458 2,404,052

1,462,333 1,672,451 482,423 1,497,209 3,187,961

62.4 45.6 69.4 54.2 41.3

72.2 55.3 78.8 63.6 51.4

84.7 70.0 90.2 77.1 68.1

Michigan........................................... Minnesota......................................... Mississippi........................................ Missouri............................................ Montana...........................................

5,317,607 2,321,844 871,448 3,053,709 418,437

5,376,506 2,344,843 880,058 3,089,016 426,042

5,396,120 2,353,797 883,240 3,104,450 428,339

98.4 98.5 98.5 98.2 97.6

99.5 99.5 99.6 99.3 99.4

99.9 99.9 99.9 99.8 99.9

4,396,557 2,003,105 604,376 2,564,184 443,597

5,028,292 2,288,238 703,954 3,047,935 520,807

5,875,198 2,718,861 824,475 3,816,668 598,891

59.0 59.0 65.7 49.1 65.5

67.5 67.4 76.5 58.4 76.9

78.8 80.1 89.6 73.1 88.4

Nebraska........................................... Nevada.............................................. New Hampshire.............................. New Jersey....................................... New Mexico.....................................

919,075 192,813 267,895 4,954,842 353,097

932,245 195,774 270,529 5,000,776 357,294

936,768 196,882 271,506 5,015,947 358,964

98.0 97.8 98.6 98.7 98.2

99.4 99.3 99.6 99.6 99.4

99.9 99.9 99.9 99.9 99.9

884,838 173,230 186,259 3,798,073 275,328

1,034,761 210,102 216,582 4,285,209 327,336

1,235,426 244,409 255,597 4,888,990 392,507

60.6 57.6 64.3 66.5 55.9

70.9 69.9 74.8 75.0 66.5

84.7 81.3 88.2 85.6 79.8

New York......................................... North Carolina................................ North Dakota................................. Ohio................................................... Oklahoma.........................................

10,439,135 1,771,625 391,323 6,411,386 1,337,991

10,599,499 1,786,711 396,903 6,481,046 1,353,451

10,683,470 1,793,871 398,268 6,506,721 1,359,650

97.3 98.6 98.2 98.4 98.3

98.9 99.5 99.6 99.5 99.4

99.6 99.9 100.0 99.9 99.9

10,211,680 1,159,230 421,051 5,172,280 1,013,795

12,865,088 1,379,241 468,200 5,995,290 1,204,678

17,739,045 1,726,634 507,166 7,189,566 1,486,112

29.4 50.8 79.7 54.7 48.4

37.1 60.4 88.7 63.4 57.6

51.1 75.6 96.0 76.0 71.0

Oregon............................................... Pennsylvania................................... Rhode Island................................... South Carolina................................ South Dakota..................................

1,185,416 8,054,588 665,936 774,937 458,284

1,202,880 8,142,507 671,424 782,105 464,464

1,208,341 8,175,869 673,674 785,110 466,126

98.0 98.4 98.8 98.6 98.2

99.4 99.5 99.6 99.5 99.6

99.9 99.9 99.9 99.9 99.9

1,143,595 6,566,423 442,263 505,972 453,719

1,316,647 7,630,119 512,377 597,867 510,868

1,525,411 9,144,410 614,212 722,105 565,386

63.8 53.9 56.0 58.4 75.7

73.5 62.6 64.8 69.0 85.2

85.1 75.0 77.7 83.4 94.3

Tennessee......................................... Texas................................................. Utah................................................... Vermont............................................ Virginia.............................................

1,849,870 5,042,389 543,054 374,327 2,473,840

1,869,212 5,110,606 548,839 377,019 2,494,150

1,876,905 5,141,333 550,756 377,678 2,501,263

98.5 97.9 98.5 99.1 98.8

99.5 99.2 99.5 99.8 99.6

99.9 99.8 99.9 100.0 99.9

1,324,929 4,265,018 420,805 249,922 1,583,642

1,561,101 5,201,294 482,865 271,938 1,814,429

1,908,066 6,607,431 573,141 294,547 2,128,372

54.5 47.4 54.7 81.1 61.6

64.2 57.8 62.8 88.3 70.6

78.5 73.4 74.5 95.6 82.8

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

1,737,847 1,119,209 2,756,774 205,019

1,757,780 1,127,463 2,785,866 208,577

1,764,496 1,130,624 2,795,080 209,817

98.4 98.9 98.6 97.6

99.5 99.6 99.6 99.3

99.9 99.9 99.9 99.9

1,410,110 693,444 2,385,543 200,033

1,631,466 790,558 2,691,819 237,986

1,918,378 923,539 3,092,061 279,154

59.5 64.9 64.8 62.9

68.8 74.0 73.2 74.8

80.9 86.5 84.1 87.7

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

COVERAGE

97.9 97.7 98.4 98.3 98.2

SPECIFIED

385,255 7,398,936 2,958,489 2,000,931 1,347,436

WITH

383,539 7,357,889 2,947,319 1,993,603 1,341,466

PROTECTION

377,443 7,244,856 2,915,061 1,969,934 1,324,319

INSURANCE

Idaho................................................. Illinois............................................... Indiana.............................................. Iowa................................................... Kansas...............................................

CO

T a b le 52.

A c c o u n t s F u l l y P r o t e c t e d a n d D e p o s i t s I n s u r e d w i t h S p e c if ie d A m o u n t s o f M a x im u m C o v e r a g e , I n s u r e d C o m m e r c ia l B a n k s , S e p t e m b e r 2 1 , 1 9 5 5 BAN KS GROUPED B Y AMOUNT OF DEPOSITS, POPULATION OF CENTER IN W HICH LOCATED, CLASS, AND PERCENT OF DEPOSITS INSURED J AND ACCOUNTS GROUPED B Y TYPE

Number of accounts fully protected with maximum coverage of—

Deposits (in thousands) insured with maximum coverage of—

Percent of deposits insured with maximum coverage of—

Classification

50.3%

5 9.3%

72.4%

4,678 124,516 1,143,321 4,261,694 13,509,410

91.8 90.5 87.9 84.1 79.6

96.5 97.0 95.1 92.4 88.6

100.0 99.9 99.6 98.7 96.8

12,054,581 15,183,902 9,743,878 8,232,515 10,889,474

13,560,596 17,461,332 11,561,765 10,221,777 14,059,957

73.4 67.5 59.9 51.3 43.5

83.0 77.2 70.1 61.4 53.0

93.4 88.8 83.1 76.3 68.5

6,805,309 6,257,868 5,403,309 9,078,611

8,505,554 7,755,963 6,835,863 11,136,232

11,529,100 10,214,048 9,491,854 14,517,584

37.2 38.7 28.6 33.8

46.5 47.9 36.1 41.4

63.0 63.1 50.2 54.0

99.9 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

499,149 1,270,122 2,889,753 6,308,682 5,502,659

550,884 1,385,882 3,172,607 6,993,047 6,186,474

608,438 1,463,659 3,379,717 7,569,639 6,844,983

74.4 85.9 83.9 80.9 76.0

82.1 93.7 92.1 89.7 85.5

90.7 99.0 98.1 97.1 94.6

99.6 99.6 99.5 99.5 99.4

99.9 99.9 99.9 99.9 99.8

7,150,674 9,271,205 7,086,780 6,356,742 8,363,302

8,077,056 10,607,425 8,191,797 7,470,708 10,000,364

9,068,015 12,169,984 9,567,385 9,022,961 12,488,117

73.1 67.8 63.5 57.3 48.4

82.5 77.6 73.4 67.4 57.9

92.7 89.0 85.8 81.3 72.3

99.2 99.4 99.1 98.3

99.8 99.8 99.8 99.4

7,824,370 14,953,336 4,796,476 9,190,400

9,426,352 17,926,628 5,869,753 12,055,230

12,064,131 22,404,415 7,450,698 17,559,490

45.5 45.6 42.8 24.8

54.8 54.7 52.3 32.5

70.1 68.4 66.4 47.4

$10,000

A ll insured com m ercial b an k s___

112,551,274

113,885,370

114,399,060

98.2%

99.4%

Banks with deposits of— Less than $250,000................................. $250,000 to $500,000............................. $500,000 to $1,000,000.......................... $1,000,000 to $2,000,000...................... $2,000,000 to $5,000,000......................

8,861 195,003 1,455,307 4,796,046 14,351,521

8,894 196,022 1,465,709 4,839,051 14,493,887

8,900 196,257 1,468,102 4,849,403 14,532,535

99.5 99.4 99.1 98.9 98.7

99.9 99.9 99.8 99.8 99.7

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

4,296 112,761 1,008,571 3,631,964 11,104,093

4,513 120,869 1,091,866 3,988,388 12,370,609

$5,000,000 to $10,000,000.................... $10,000,000 to $25,000,000.................. $25,000,000 to $50,000,000.................. $50,000,000 to $100,000,000............... $100,000,000 to $250,000,000.............

14,064,856 17,584,967 10,257,579 8,268,854 10,290,037

14,207,259 17,765,773 10,378,154 8,371,576 10,425,442

14,250,201 17,825,214 10,423,757 8,416,215 10,488,374

98.6 98.6 98.3 98.1 97.9

99.6 99.6 99.5 99.3 99.2

99.9 99.9 99.9 99.8 99.8

10,662,417 13,267,626 8,323,886 6,869,751 8,933,188

$250,000,000 to $500,000,000............. $500,000,000 to $1,000,000,000.......... $1,000,000,000 to $2,500,000,000___ $2,500,000,000 or more.........................

7,516,655 5,627,791 5,200,929 12,932,868

7,623,684 5,736,134 5,291,460 13,082,325

7,678,421 5,780,696 5,335,495 13,145,490

97.6 97.0 97.1 98.2

99.0 98.9 98.8 99.3

99.7 99.7 99.6 99.8

Banks in centers with popu­ lation in 1950 of— Less than 250........................................... 250 to 500................................................. 500 to 1,000............................................. 1,000 to 2,500.......................................... 2,500 to 5,000..........................................

590,828 1,567,879 3,568,493 7,931,594 7,049,506

596,716 1,582,559 3,604,064 8,011,429 7,122,854

598,137 1,585,849 3,612,095 8,031,922 7,143,726

98.7 98.9 98.8 98.7 98.7

99.7 99.8 99.8 99.7 99.7

5,000 to 10,000........................................ 10,000 to 25,000...................................... 25,000 to 50,000 .................................... 50,000 to 100,000................................... 100,000 to 250,000.................................

9,343,458 12,231,888 9,347,936 8,471,233 10,975,475

9,438,663 12,359,901 9,446,156 8,559,560 11,095,985

9,467,093 12,401,420 9,481,111 8,595,764 11,148,986

98.6 98.6 98.5 98.5 98.3

250,000 to 500,000................................. 500,000 to 1,000,000.............................. 1,000,000 to 2,500,000.......................... 2,500,000 or more...................................

8,965,734 19,863,554 4,966,021 7,677,675

9,080,931 20,102,973 5,044,337 7,839,242

9,132,029 20,194,819 5,076,250 7,929,859

98.0 98.2 97.6 96.3

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$25,000 $100,000

99.9%

$10,000

$25,000

$100,000

$91,463,650 $107,914,207 $131,661,632

CO R PO R ATIO N

$100,000

$100,000

INSURANCE

$25,000

$25,000

DEPOSIT

$10,000

$10,000

FEDERAL

Percent of accounts fully protected with maximum coverage of—

100.0 99.2 98.9 98.6 98.4 98.4

100.0 99.8 99.6 99.5 99.5 99.2

100.0 99.9 99.9 99.9 99.7 99.5

6,537 3,893,254 13,322,442 17,428,304 15,727,319 17,038,252

536,571 16,233,840 21,757,709 19,100,475 19,442,654 8,126,786

9,383,968 36,865,078 23,423,836 24,636,957 12,584,639 12,719,707

100.0 92.5 83.9 74.4 64.5 55.8

100.0 93.8 84.3 74.3 65.1 54.2

100.0 94.9 84.8 75.1 64.7 55.1

40 to 49 percent...................................... 30 to 39 percent...................................... 20 to 29 percent...................................... 10 to 19 percent.................................... 0 to 9 percent...........................................

8,523,226 8,638,783 4,705,635 1,780,425 91,227

8,023,474 3,989,988 3,500,336 134,724

2,407,466 1,886,801 130,527

97.9 97.2 95.9 94.4 87.2

98.8 98.1 97.7 90.5

99.2 99.2 97.0

7,024,792 8,532,540 5,813,877 2,466,778 209,555

9,775,799 6,417,026 5,889,176 634,171

6,106,792 5,113,848 826,807

43.8 34.9 23.5 16.3 6.9

45.1 35.2 25.3 14.2

43.8 37.6 26.2

Class of bank National, members F. R. System___ State, members F. R . System............. Not members F. R. System................

60,827,461 25,781,306 25,942,507

61,556,208 26,135,340 26,193,822

61,843,607 26,289,594 26,265,859

98.2 97.9 98.7

99.4 99.2 99.7

99.8 99.8 99.9

49,047,425 23,012,728 19,403,497

58,183,156 27,954,537 21,776,514

71,636,964 35,809,645 24,215,023

49.2 41.2 98.4

58.4 50.1 82.6

71.9 64.1 91.8

50,900,334 52,279,285 36,341 36,868

51,669,000 52,739,289 57,226 41,264

52,028,328 52,793,770 91,454 46,287

97.6 99.0 29.5 74.1

99.1 99.9 46.5 82.9

99.8 100.0 74.3 93.0

47,154,998 38,878,353 1,011,106 200,670

58,078,457 41,321,606 2,143,904 356,475

73,142,315 42,660,702 5,521,258 752,520

47.1 88.2 6.7 5.3

58.0 93.7 14.1 9.4

73.1 96.7 36.4 19.9

202,814 962,797 645,580 7,487,255

235,088 987,380 655,086 7,501,037

268,723 1,000,744 662,059 7,507,695

70.5 95.9 97.2 99.7

81.7 98.3 98.7 99.9

93.4 99.6 99.7 100.0

1,332,710 1,155,579 474,325 1,255,909

2,328,065 1,549,665 665,128 1,470,907

4,673,493 2,115,409 983,224 1,812,711

11.6 36.8 36.4 45.0

20.3 49.3 51.0 52.7

40.8 67.4 75.4 65.0

Type of account Individual, partnership, and cor­ poration accounts: Demand................................................. Savings and time................................ Interbank accounts................................ U. S. Government accounts................ State and political subdivision ac­ counts .................................................... Uninvested trust funds......................... Drafts......................................................... Other items...............................................

1 The number of banks in each category varies with the maximum coverage. For the number of banks, see Table 54, p. 96.

COVERAGE

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

SPECIFIED

10,864,013 38,263,564 21,751,794 24,553,891 8,246,112 6,294,892

WITH

746,674 19,323,842 25,293,760 21,072,732 23,622,977 8,176,863

PROTECTION

12,960 5,329,839 17,358,346 22,552,561 19,724,399 23,833,873

INSURANCE

Banks with percent of deposits insured of— 1 100 percent............................................... 90 to 99 percent...................................... 80 to 89 percent...................................... 70 to 79 percent...................................... 60 to 69 percent...................................... 50 to 59 percent......................................

Table 53.

A ccounts F u ll y P rotected

and

I nsured M

D

e p o s it s

utual

I nsu red

w it h

S p e c if ie d A m o u n t s

S a v in g s B a n k s , S e p t e m b e r

of

M

a x im u m

C overage,

21, 1955

BANKS GROUPED B Y FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION DISTRICT, STATE, AMOUNT OF DEPOSIT, POPULATION OF CENTER IN W H ICH LOCATED, AND PERCENT OF DEPOSITS INSURED,* AND ACCOUNTS GROUPED B Y TYPE

Number of accounts fully protected with maximum coverage of—

Percent of accounts fully protected with maximum coverage of—

Deposits (in thousands) insured with maximum coverage of— 1

^

Percient of deposits irisured with maxiimim coverage of— 1

Classification $25,000

$100,000

$10,000

$25,000

$100,000

15,144,761

98.2%

100.0%

100.0%

$20,291,087

$20,851,225

$20,907,294

96.9%

99.6%

99.9%

686,967 11,534,950 1,856,355 520,792 63,423 211,417 266,962

687,438 11,535,908 1,858,229 521,350 63,457 211,417 266,962

98.7 98.1 98.4 98.8 98.9 99.2 97.9

99.9 100.0 99.9 99.9 99.9 100.0 100.0

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

632,564 16,970,297 1,651,171 442,529 55,256 228,649 310,621

666,554 17,340,885 1,773,264 470,025 57,570 229,101 313,826

673,221 17,352,684 1,802,269 477,731 58,462 229,101 313,826

94.0 97.8 90.3 92.3 93.7 99.8 99.0

99.0 99.9 97.0 98.0 97.6 100.0 100.0

100.0 100.0 98.6 99.6 99.1 100.0 100.0

76,592 19,541 30,339 65,134 514,814

78,362 19,979 30,796 65,720 520,792

78,378 19,985 30,819 65,761 521,350

97.7 97.8 98.4 99.0 98.8

100.0 100.0 99.9 99.9 99.9

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

98,669 23,273 37,149 47,298 442,529

105,364 24,562 38,708 49,683 470,025

105,534 24,619 39,505 50,202 477,731

93.5 94.5 92.8 94.2 92.3

99.8 99.8 96.7 99.0 98.0

100.0 100.0 98.7 100.0 99.6

209,810 200,767 826,739 10,474,528 395,056

211,417 204,069 840,211 10,674,760 400,205

211,417 204,384 840,814 10,675,109 400,836

99.2 98.2 98.3 98.1 98.5

100.0 99.8 99.9 100.0 99.8

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

228,649 206,167 937,520 16,009,504 308,202

229,101 221,592 985,375 16,330,948 334,873

229,101 226,258 989,365 16,338,700 351,571

99.8 91.1 94.6 98.0 82.4

100.0 97.9 99.4 99.9 89.5

100.0 100.0 99.8 100.0 94.0

14,534 1,433,148 226,332 109,449 246,910 32,412

15,045 1,456,150 228,233 110,583 251,917 32,627

15,045 1,457,393 228,263 110,652 251,917 32,638

96.6 98.3 99.2 98.9 98.0 99.3

100.0 99.9 100.0 99.9 100.0 100.0

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

29,061 1,342,969 176,346 104,084 281,560 18,107

29,379 1,438,391 182,076 107,839 284,447 18,862

29,379 1,450,698 182,324 108,903 284,447 18,957

98.9 92.4 96.7 95.6 99.0 95.5

100.0 99.0 99.9 99.0 100.0 99.5

100.0 99.8 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

Banks with deposits of— $500,000 to $1,000,000.......................... $1,000,000 to $2 ,000,000...................... $2,000,000 to $5,000,000...................... $5,000,000 to $10,000,000.................... $10,000,000 to $25,000,000..................

510 8,925 45,600 242,796 597,472

526 8,963 46,070 245,863 607,991

526 8,967 46,100 245,940 608,109

97.0 99.6 98.9 98.7 98.3

100.0 100.0 99.9 100.0 100.0

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

864 5,055 37,457 239,088 713,218

892 5,240 39,174 246,836 732,408

892 5,280 39,543 247,746 734,503

96.9 95.7 94.7 96.4 97.0

100.0 99.2 99.1 99.5 99.7

100.0 100.0 100.0 99.9 99.9

$25,000,000 to $50,000,000.................. $50,000,000 to $100,000,000............... $100,000,000 to $250,000,000............. $250,000,000 to $500,000,000............. $500,000,000 to $1,000,000,000.......... Digitized$1,000,000,000 for FRASERto $2,500,000,000-----

1,071,922 1,780,090 4,087,828 4,208,070 2,296,452 536,440

1,090,585 1,806,315 4,148,730 4,291,676 2,341,451 552,696

1,091,062 1,806,813 4,149,476 4,292,916 2,342,096 552,756

98.3 98.5 98.5 98.0 98.1 97.1

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

1,291,021 2,117,854 4,978,791 6,182,942 3,506,664 1,218,133

1,342,790 2,176,806 5,099,689 6,356,766 3,605,888 1,244,736

1,348,908 2,183,085 5,111,070 6,379,598 3,610,538 1,246,131

95.5 97.0 97.3 96.6 97.1 97.7

99.3 99.7 99.7 99.3 99.9 99.9

99.8 100.0 99.9 99.7 100.0 100.0

14,876,105

15,140,866

678,274 11,320,808 1,828,204 514,814 62,751 209,810 261,444

Delaware................................................... Indiana...................................................... Maine......................................................... Minnesota................................................. New Hampshire...................................... New Jersey............................................... New York.................................................

United States........................................ FDIC District

District 12................................................. State

Vermont ..................................................

http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

CO R PO R ATIO N

$10,000

INSURANCE

$100,000

$100,000

DEPOSIT

$25,000

$25,000

FEDERAL

$10,000

$10,000

98.8 97.5 98.2 98.7

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

8,440 142,091 89,309 134,065

8,672 146,602 91,385 138,141

8,672 146,777 91,512 138,792

97.3 96.8 97.6 96.5

100.0 99.9 99.9 99.4

100.0 100.0 100.0 99.9

10.000 to 25,000...................................... 25.000 to 50,000...................................... 50.000 to 100,000.................................... 100.000 to 250,000..................................

440,485 667,887 534,860 944,982

447,355 680,209 543,450 961,727

447,515 680,511 543,700 961,809

98.4 98.2 98.4 98.3

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

458,533 793,518 613,623 1,118,178

477,538 825,284 636,775 1,151,840

479,256 828,363 641,428 1,152,675

95.6 95.7 95.3 97.0

99.6 99.6 98.9 99.9

100.0 99.9 99.7 100.0

250.000 to 500,000.................................. 500.000 to 1,000,000.............................. 1,000,000 to 2,500,000.......................... 2.500.000 or more...................................

1,015,463 1,690,052 1,353,590 7,930,787

1,031,918 1,716,628 1,373,426 8,082,732

1,032,225 1,717,865 1,374,605 8,083,043

98.4 98.4 98.5 98.1

100.0 99.9 99.9 100.0

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

1,114,697 1,788,977 1,209,477 12,820,179

1,148,249 1,888,133 1,291,926 13,046,680

1,150,271 1,912,255 1,303,561 13,053,732

96.8 92.5 92.6 98.2

99.7 97.6 98.9 99.9

99.9 98.8 99.8 100.0

14,230,403 645,702

4,540,990 10,251,412 348,464

10,289,552 4,855,209

98.2 98.5

100.0 100.0 99.8

100.0 100.0

19,783,753 507,334

6,565,041 13,977,600 308,584

14,327,827 6,579,467

97.3 84.6

100.0 99.6 89.4

100,0 99.5

82,143 14,179,191 486 1,575

82,488 14,442,709 522 1,590

82,607 14,446,115 533 1.596

99.4 98.2 91.2 98.7

99.8 100.0 97.9 99.6

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

30,612 20,140,458 1,895 628

34,434 20,686,213 2,251 829

39,020 20,727,236 2,396 973

70.4 97.1 79.1 64.5

79.1 99.7 93.9 85.2

89.7 99.9 100.0 100.0

1,257 4,524 199,440 407,489

1,429 4,586 199,669 407,873

1,502 4.596 199,700 408,112

81.9 98.4 99.9 99.8

93.2 99.8 100.0 99.9

97.9 100.0 100.0 100.0

4,580 3,124 49,404 60,386

6,789 3,658 50,792 66,259

10,569 3,868 51,502 71,730

21.3 80.8 95.9 83.6

31.5 94.6 98.6 91.7

49.1 100.0 100.0 99.3

Banks with percent of deposits insured of— 2 100 percent............................................... 90 to 99 percent...................................... 80 to 89 percent...................................... 70 to 79 percent.................................. Type of account Individual, partnership, and cor­ poration accounts: Demand................................................ Savings and time................................ Interbank accounts................................ U . S. Government accounts................ State and political subdivision ac­ counts .................................................... Uninvested trust funds.......................... Drafts......................................................... Other items...............................................

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

COVERAGE

1 ®ecause of rounding to tenths of 1 percent, percentages shown as 100.0 may represent either complete coverage or a coverage of 99.5 percent < 2 lh e number of banks m each category varies with the maximum coverage. For the number of banks, see Table 54, p. 96.

SPECIFIED

10,135 94,204 66,951 132,198

WITH

10,135 94,187 66,944 132,155

PROTECTION

10,012 91,811 65,714 130,462

INSURANCE

Banks in centers w ith popu­ lation in 1950 of— 500 to 1,000.............................................. 1.000 to 2,500.......................................... 2,500 to 5,000.......................................... 5.000 to 10,000........................................

CO

Q~i

Table 54. I nsured

D

i s t r i b u t io n o f

under

I nsured B a n k s G rouped

S p e c if ie d A m o u n t s

of

M

a x im u m

by

P ercentage

of

C o v e r a g e , Se p t e m b e r

Number of banks grouped by percent of deposits insured with maximum coverage of—

D

CD O

e p o s it s

21, 1955 Percentage of banks grouped by percent of deposits insured with maximum coverage of—

Percent of deposits insured

1 Q ‘n o T P o n f

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

Insured com m ercial banks ............................................................................... Banks with percent of deposits insured of—

t

.

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

13,498

13,498

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

20 2,735 4,581 3,468 1,587 638

772 6,315 3,844 1,560 561 239

5,699 5,811 1,308 401 169 72

.2 20.3 33.9 25.7 11.8 4.7

5.7 46.8 28.5 11.5 4.2 1.8

42.2 43.0 9.7 3.0 1.3 .5

246 140 59 22 2

119 56 29 3

24 9 5

1.8 1.0 .4 .2 0)

.9 .4 .2 0)

.2 .1 0)

13,278

13,278

13,278

100.0

100.0

100.0

20 2,521 4,575 3,468 1,587 638

664 6,204 3,843 1,560 561 239

5,512 5,778 1,308 401 169 72

.2 19.0 34.4 26.1 12.0 4.8

5.0 46.7 29.0 11.8 4.2 1.8

41.5 43.5 9.9 3.0 1.3 .5

246 140 59 22 2

119 56 29 3

24 9 5

1.9 1.0 .4 .2

.9 .4 .2 0)

220

220

220

100.0

100.0

100.0

214 6

108 111 1

187 33

97.3 2.7

49.1 50.5 .4

85.0 15.0

Banks with percent of deposits insured of—

i Less than .05 percent.

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

0)

.2 .1 0)

COR PO R ATIO N

1 A f a "1Q

13,498

INSURANCE

fn

$100,000

DEPOSIT

1H

$25,000

FEDERAL

Banks with percent of deposits insured of—

$10,000

$100,000

$25,000

$10,000

PART FOUR LEGISLATION AND REGULATIONS

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

F e d e r a l L e g is l a t io n No Federal legislation directly affecting the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, or applicable to insured banks by virtue of their insured status, was enacted during 1955. R u l e s a n d R e g u l a t io n s o f t h e C o r p o r a t io n Paym ent

of

D e p o s it s a n d

Insured

Interest thereon

N onm em ber

By

B anks

The amendments of the rules and regulations of the Corporation, referred to on pages 17 and 18, are as follows: 1. Section 329.0 of the rules and regulations of the Corporation was amended, effective December 7, 1955, to read as follows: § 329.0 Scope. The regulation contained in this part relates to the payment of deposits and interest thereon by insured nonmember banks. This part is not applicable to banks which are members of the Federal Reserve System. Regulation Q (Part 217 of this title), prescribed by the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System for banks which are members of that System, is not applicable to insured banks which are not members of the Federal Reserve System, except to the extent that the State law of a particular State provides otherwise. The provisions of this part do not apply to mutual savings banks, or to guaranty savings banks operating in the State of New Hampshire so long as said guaranty savings banks operate substantially under and pursuant to the laws of the State of New Hampshire pertaining to mutual savings banks and do not engage in commercial banking, or to any deposit in a bank located outside of, or payable only at a bank’s office which is located outside of, the States of the United States and the District of Columbia. 2. Paragraph (e) of Section 329.1 of the rules and regulations of the Corporation was amended, effective May 16, 1955, by the addition of the following subparagraph: (5) The term “ savings deposit” also means a deposit evidenced by a written receipt or agreement although not by a pass book, consisting of funds of the kind described above in this paragraph and in respect to which deposit the depositor is required, or may at any time be required, by the bank to give notice in writing of an intended withdrawal not less than thirty (30) days before such withdrawal is made, and with­ drawals are permitted only through payment to the depositor himself but not to any other person whether or not acting for the depositor.5* 6a Payment may be made to the depositor over the counter, through the mails or otherwise. A s s e s s m e n t D e c is io n s

Assessment decisions, which are interpretative rulings of the Federal Deposit Insurance Act and rules and regulations of the Corporation, were published in the Federal Register of May 14, 1955 (20 F.R. 3306-3328). Copies of these assessment decisions have been furnished to each insured bank.

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

99

100

FEDERAL

D e s c r ip t io n

D EP O S IT

of

IN S U R A N C E

O r g a n iz a t io n

of

C O R PO R A T IO N

the

C o r p o r a t io n

Section 3 of the Description of Organization of the Corporation, which was published in the Federal Register of March 27, 1954 (19 F.R. 1681), was amended and published in the Federal Register of August 24, 1955 (20 F.R. 6198), as follows: S e c . 3. Delegation of final authority— (a) General. Except as otherwise provided by rule, or to the extent that there is involved any function of the Corporation re­ quiring confidentiality in the public interest or any matter relating solely to the internal management of the Corporation, or with respect to matters which generally involve conditions or circumstances requiring prompt action in the field for the better protection of the interests of the Corporation and to achieve flexibility and expedition in its operations and in the exercise of its functions, such as arise in connection with the Corporation’s litigation and liquidation matters and with the payment of claims for insured deposits, delegations of final authority by the Board of Directors within the statutory meaning of that phrase are set forth in this section. Any person having a proper and direct concern therein may ascertain the scope of authority of any officer, agent, or employee of the Corporation by communicating with the Secretary of the Corporation.

(b) Reports of condition. Authority is delegated to the Chairman of the Board of Directors to designate the date as of which each insured State bank, which is not a member of the Federal Reserve System or a District bank, shall make a report of its condition as required by the Board of Directors pursuant to section 10 (e) of the Federal Deposit Insurance Act (12 U. S. C. 1820 (e) ). (c) To assure continuous performance of functions. For the purpose of assuring the performance of and continuity in the management functions and activities of the Corporation, the Board of Directors has delegated, to the extent deemed necessary, authority with respect to the management of the Corporation’s affairs to certain designated persons, such authority to be exercised only in the event of an emergency, involving an enemy attack on the continental United States or other warlike occur­ rence, which renders the Board of Directors unable to perform the management functions and activities normally performed by it. (d) Assessment decisions. Authority is delegated to the Controller and the General Counsel jointly to promulgate and to amend assessment decisions as interpretative rulings of the Corporation with reference to provisions of the Federal Deposit In­ surance Act and the Corporation’s rules and regulations relating to assessment and from time to time to publish such assessment decisions and amendments thereof in the F e d e r a l R e g i s t e r . (e) Extension of time in which to establish a branch or change location of main office or branch. Authority is delegated to the Chief of the Division of Examination to extend the time given a bank by the Board of Directors in which to establish a branch or change the location of its main or branch office, but such extension shall not exceed two periods of the same duration each as that prescribed originally by the Board of Directors. (f) Exclusion from insured bank advertisements of the official advertising statement. Authority is delegated to the General Counsel to consent, pursuant to § 328.2 (d) (10) of Title 12, Code of Federal Regulations, to the exclusion of the Official ad­ vertising statement from advertisements which are of the type or character making it impractical to include such statement therein. Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

STATE

B A N K IN G

LE G ISLA TIO N

101

St a t e B a n k in g Le g is l a t io n In 1955 the legislatures of forty-five States held regular sessions and thirteen of these legislatures held special sessions. The legislatures of two other States held special sessions. This summary includes the more important State banking legislation enacted in 1955. SUPERVISORY AUTHORITY

State Banking Department................................................................ Alabama (Act 204) State Banking Board.................................................... Missouri (Laws 1955, H.B. 212) Revisions of savings banks law.......................................................................................... ..................... Maine (Ch. 380), Massachusetts (Ch. 432), Washington (Chs. 13, 80) Banks and trust companies code.................................................... Washington (Ch. 33) Authorization by Superintendent of nondepartmental banks. . . . California (Ch. 729) Matters to be determined by State bank commissioner in granting certificate of authority to conduct banking business........................................... Colorado (Ch. 82) Examination fees.................................................................................................... Indiana (Ch. 94), Kansas (Ch. 65), Maine (Ch. 92), Minnesota (Ch. 820), Missouri (Laws 1955 H.B. 22), Nebraska (Ch. 15), North Carolina (Ch. 640), Vermont (Act 123) Compensation of supervisory authority and examiners................................................. .....................................................................................Missouri (Laws 1955, H.B. 22) Retention and disposition of records. .Ohio (Laws 1955, S.B. 15), Wisconsin (Ch. 421) ORGANIZATION AND CHARTER CHANGES

Branch offices and agencies................................................................ Alabama (Acts 39, 70, 76, 133, 376; Acts 21, 40 of Second Special Session), Connecticut (Act 126), Florida (Ch. 29984), Indiana (Ch. 21), Maryland (Ch. 628), Pennsylvania (Act 284) Minimum capital requirements.......................................................................................... Arkansas (Act 150—suburban banks), Connecticut (Act 70—industrial banks) Par value of stock..............................................................................California (Ch. 219) Merger or consolidation......................................................................................California (Ch. 234), Connecticut (Act 31), Massachusetts (Ch. 275), Pennsylvania (Act 179) Conversion of mutual savings bank into capital stock bank..........Oregon (Ch. 690) Bank certificate of incorporation may empower directors to make, alter or repeal by-laws....................................................................... Delaware (Laws 1955, S.B. 393) Examination and investigation fee to be paid by applicants for charter..................... ............................................................................................................Georgia (Act 103) Limitation on ownership or control of voting shares in two or more banks by any company......................................................................... Illinois (Laws 1955, S.B. 600) Amendment of certificate of incorporation...................................New Jersey (Ch. 118) Certificate of authority to commence business of banking___ New Mexico (Ch. 98) Establishment of trust department............................................. New Mexico (Ch. 279) Preferred stock............................................................................. South Dakota (Ch. 10) Publication of notice of application for charter to carry on banking business.......... ...........................................................................................................Wyoming (Ch. 40) Authorization for national banks to become State banks by conversion, merger or consolidation....................................................... Texas (Ch. 234), Wyoming (Ch. 65) Authorization for State banks to become national banks by conversion, merger or consolidation.....................................................................................Wyoming (Ch. 65) Filing of record of merger, consolidation or conversion of State bank into national bank with State Bank Commissioner and County Clerk required............................. ..........................................................................................................Arkansas (Act 245) Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

102

FEDERAL

D EP O S IT IN S U R A N C E

C O R PO R A T IO N

GENERAL OPERATING PROVISIONS

Finality of bank’s statement of account to depositor after four years..................... .........................................................................................................California (Ch. 245) Industrial bank powers....................................................................Connecticut (Act 70) Savings bank authorized to act as collecting agent for public utility bills................. ..................................................................................................... Connecticut (Act 169) Preservation of bank records................. Michigan (Act 91), Pennsylvania (Act 259) Payment of interest or dividends by savings banks......................New Jersey (Ch. 88) Payment of dividends on capital stock.........................................New Jersey (Ch. 118) Access to safe-deposit boxes...........................................................New Jersey (Ch. 151) Safekeeping and servicing of securities owned by State..............Tennessee (Ch. 235) Charitable contributions................................................................... Wisconsin (Ch. 113) DEPOSITS Deposits of and security for public funds.........................................................California (Chs. 259, 281, 297), Idaho (Ch. 85), Maine (Ch. 419), New Mexico (Ch. 140), Ohio (Laws 1955, H.B. 562, S.B. 97), Pennsylvania (Act 102), South Carolina (Act 164), Texas (Ch. 425), Washington (Chs. 198, 220), Wyoming (Ch. 113) Pledge of deposits in savings banks and departments..................Connecticut (Act 52) Escheat of deposits.............................................................................................................. Connecticut (Act 127), Delaware (Laws 1955, H.B. 634), Washington (Ch. 385) Limitation of $20,000 on deposits in savings banks and departments......................... ..................................................................................................... Connecticut (Act 328) Adverse claims to bank deposits.................................................. Connecticut (Act 297) Deposits of minors............................. Florida (Chs. 29848, 29939), Tennessee (Ch. 16) Payment of deposit of deceased depositor.......................................... Georgia (Act 104) Joint deposits..............................................................Illinois (Laws 1955, H.B. No. 585) Issue of duplicates of lost deposit books.................................New Hampshire (Ch. 14) Tentative trust deposits................. New Hampshire (Ch. 319), Washington (Ch. 347) Restrictions on use of word “ savings” ............................................New York (Ch. 170) Restrictions on receipt of deposits by societies for savings. .Ohio (Laws 1955, H.B. 813) LOANS Real estate loans............................................... New York (Ch. 454), Oregon (Ch. 315) Insured or guaranteed loans................................................ Ohio (Laws 1955, H.B. 530) Acquisition of loans and other stated activities in connection therewith by foreign banking corporations or investor companies not considered engaging in business in State.............................................................................................Arkansas (Act 349) Loan limits. . . . California (Ch. 729), Oregon (Ch. 310), South Carolina (Act 260) Loans to directors..............................................................................California (Ch. 972) Advancements on mortgage loans by savings banks and departments..................... ....................................................................................................... Connecticut (Act 40) Construction loans........................................................................... Connecticut (Act 35) Home improvement loans by savings banks and departments. . . . Connecticut (Act 38) Loans to development credit corporation................. Connecticut (Act 441), Kansas (Ch. 144), New York (Ch. 863), North Carolina (Ch. 1146), Wisconsin (Ch. 656) Open-end mortgages...........................Connecticut (Act 543), North Dakota (Ch. 100) Participation loans..........Connecticut (Act 14, 2nd Sess.), Massachusetts (Act 197) Instalment loans..........Iowa (Ch. 248), Michigan (Act 177), Minnesota (Ch. 616), New Jersey (Chs. 117, 129), South Carolina (Act 250), South Dakota (Ch. 11) Unlimited loans............................................................................... New Jersey (Ch. 110) Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

STATE

B A N K IN G

LE G ISLA TIO N

103

INVESTMENTS

Real estate............................................................................. Connecticut (Act 30), Iowa (Ch. 247), Minnesota (Ch. 104), New Jersey (Ch. 107), North Dakota (Ch. 99) Real estate for banking house or for parking lot for customers. . . . Arkansas (Act 244) Stock of corporation owning bank building.................................Washington (Ch. 302) Stock of Federal National Mortgage Association in connection with sale of mortgage loans thereto...................................................................................Arkansas (Act 376), Kansas (Ch. 64), Michigan (Act 66), Missouri (Laws 1955, S.B. 139), New Mexico (Ch. 109), New York (Ch. 409), South Dakota (Ch. 231), Texas (Ch. 244) Obligations of Federal National Mortgage Association................................................ .....................................Missouri (Laws 1955, S.B. 139), Ohio (Laws 1955, S.B. 275) Stock of safe deposit corporation..................................................Washington (Ch. 302) By nondepartmental banks.............................................................. California (Ch. 729) Obligations of International Bank for Reconstruction and Development................. ................................................................................................ South Carolina (Act 216) Savings bank investments: General limitations............. Connecticut (Act 28), New Hampshire (Chs. 214, 318) Real estate.................................................................................... Connecticut (Act 29) Mortgage loans.......................................New Jersey (Ch. 170), New York (Ch. 159) Municipal obligations.................................................................. Connecticut (Act 58) Insured or guaranteed loans outside State................................ Connecticut (Act 57) Public utility preferred stock......................................................Connecticut (Act 59) Obligations of Dominion of Canada or its provinces................Connecticut (Act 60) Revenue bonds...................................... Connecticut (Act 37), New Jersey (Ch. 251) FHA insured loans....................................................................... Connecticut (Act 39) Stock of investment companies................................................ Connecticut (Act 402) r eserves

Banks and trust companies........................................................... Washington (Ch. 356) Nondepartmental banks....................................................................California (Ch. 729) Industrial banks............................................................................... Connecticut (Act 70) Cash balances of savings banks.....................................................New Jersey (Ch. 229) TRUST ACTIVITIES

Common trust funds........................................................................... Illinois (H.B. 894), Massachusetts (Ch. 63), Missouri (Laws 1955, S.B. 138), Montana (Ch. 64), Nevada (Ch. 21), New Mexico (Ch. 66), South Carolina (Act 396), Wyoming (Ch. 17) Securities eligible for deposit by trust companies with State Controller.................. .........................................................................................................California (Ch. 130) Investment of trust funds..............................................Connecticut (Act 149), Indiana (Ch. 302), Nebraska (Ch. 82), North Dakota (Ch. 101), Pennsylvania (Act 211), South Carolina (Acts 159, 165, 216), West Virginia (Ch. 4), Wyoming (Ch. 122) Registration in name of nominee of any investment held by a fiduciary bank or trust company......................................................... Connecticut (Act 155), Maine (Ch. 90) Waiver of security requirements for trust company deposits of uninvested trust funds to extent deposit is insured by Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.............. ............................................................................Florida (Ch. 29871), Idaho (Ch. 199) Authorization for foreign corporations to act in fiduciary capacity............................. .....................................................................................Missouri (Laws 1955, S.B. 137) National banks acting as guardian exempted from giving bond. .New Mexico (Ch. 70) Liability of bank or trust company acting as trustee of partnership interest for minor beneficiaries limited to assets in the trust......................... South Carolina (Act 335) Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

104

FEDERAL

D EP O SIT

IN SU R A N CE

C O R PO R A T IO N

CHECKS AND COLLECTIONS

Drawee bank authorized to pay draft representing payment of cash letters covering checks charged to accounts of drawer bank after failure of drawer bank.............. ............................................................................................................... Kansas (Ch. 66) Circumstances deemed final payment of item upon which a stop payment order has been given......................................................................................... Minnesota (Ch. 6) Restrictions on sale of money orders, traveler’s checks, cashier’s checks, drafts, registered checks and certified checks........................................ Minnesota (Ch. 555) DIRECTORS, TRUSTEES, OFFICERS, AND EMPLOYEES

Loans to ............................................................... California (Ch. 972), Indiana (Ch. 25) Compensation by savings banks.....................................................Connecticut (Act 41) Payment of retirement benefits to employees of savings banks.. Connecticut (Act 120) Receipt of commissions or gifts for procuring loans prohibited..........Maine (Ch. 117) Qualification of directors... .Missouri (Laws 1955, H.B. 425), New Mexico (Ch. 283) Payment of part or all of costs of group-plan life insurance for active officers and employees.................................................................................... Washington (Ch. 296) HOLIDAYS

Legal holidays.......................................................................................Arkansas (Act 29), Colorado (Ch. 163), Idaho (Ch. 19), Indiana (Ch. 6), Michigan (Act 93), Minnesota (Chs. 603, 783), Montana (Ch. 209), Nevada (Ch. 155), West Virginia (Ch. 100) Payment or presentment of negotiable instruments on optional bank holiday.......... .........................................................................................................California (Ch. 599) Saturday or Wednesday holiday.......................................................Florida (Ch. 29847) Saturday holiday................................Idaho (Ch. 197—June, July, August), Maryland (Chs. 49, 97, 158, 179, 471), Minnesota (Ch. 787), Montana (Ch. 124), Nevada (Ch. 114), New Mexico (Ch. 34), North Carolina (Chs. 546, 1220), Texas (Ch. 16) TAXATION

Capital stock tax.................................................................................................................. Arkansas (Act 396), Georgia (Act 239), Nebraska (Ch. 293), Wyoming (Ch. 139) Income tax..................................................................................................Utah (Ch. 122) LIQUIDATION

Double liability on stockholders barred except on stockholders of State banks whose deposits are not insured by Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation..................... ................................................................................................ Minnesota (Chs. 14, 335)

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

PART FIVE STATISTICS OF BANKS AND DEPOSIT INSURANCE

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

N u m b e r , O f f ic e s , a n d

D e p o s it s o f O p e r a t in g

B anks

Table 103.

Number and deposits of operating banks in the United States (continental U. S. and other areas), December 31, 1955 Banks grouped according to insurance status and by district and State

The line of demarcation between banks and other types of financial institutions is not always clear. In these tables provision of deposit facilities for the general public is the chief criterion. However, trust companies engaged in general fiduciary business though not in deposit banking are included; and credit unions and savings and loan associa­ tions are excluded except in the case of a few which accept deposits under the terms of special charters.

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

The tabulations for all banks and trust companies are prepared in accordance with an agreement among the Federal bank supervisory agencies. Deposit data are tabulated from individual reports of assets and liabilities of the banks included. Institutions included are classified in three groups: commercial and stock savings banks, nondeposit trust companies, and mutual savings banks. However, the second category does not apply to insured banks.

CO R PO R ATIO N

Number of operating banks and branches in the United States (continental U. S. and other areas), December 31, 1955 Grouped according to insurance status and class of bank, and by State and type of office

INSURANCE

Table 102.

DEPOSIT

Changes in number and classification of operating banks and branches in the United States (continental U. S. and other areas) during 1955

FEDERAL

Table 101.

The postal savings system.

BANKS

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Federal Reserve banks and other banks, such as the Federal Home Loan banks and the Savings and Loan Bank of the State of New York, which operate as rediscount banks and do not accept deposits except from financial institutions;

OPERATING

Nondeposit trust companies include institutions operating under trust company charters which are not regularly engaged in deposit banking but are engaged in fiduciary business other than that incidental to real estate title or investment activities.

Building and loan associations, savings and loan associations, credit unions, personal loan companies, and similar institutions, chartered under laws applying to such institutions or under general incorporation laws, regardless of whether such institutions are au­ thorized to accept deposits from the public or from their members and regardless of whether such institutions are called “ banks” (a few institutions accepting deposits under powers granted in special charters are included); Morris Plan companies, industrial banks, loan and investment companies, and similar institutions except those mentioned in the description of institutions included; Branches of foreign banks, and private banks, which confine their business to foreign exchange dealings and do not receive “ deposits” as that term is commonly understood; Institutions chartered under banking or trust company laws, but operating as investment or title insurance companies and not en­ gaged in deposit banking or fiduciary activities;

OF

Private banks under State supervision, and such other private banks as are reported by reliable unofficial sources to be engaged in deposit banking;

Banks which have suspended operations or have ceased to accept new deposits and are proceeding to liquidate their assets and pay off existing deposits;

DEPOSITS

Institutions excluded. Institutions in the following categories are excluded, though such institutions may perform many of the same functions as commercial and savings banks:

AND

National banks; Incorporated State banks, trust companies, and bank and trust companies, regularly engaged in the business of receiving deposits, whether demand or time, except mutual savings banks; Stock savings banks, including guaranty savings banks in New Hampshire; Industrial and Morris Plan banks which operate under general banking codes, or are specifically authorized by law to accept de­ posits and in practice do so, or the obligations of which are regarded as deposits for deposit insurance; Special types of banks of deposit: cash depositories in South Carolina; cooperative exchanges in Arkansas; savings and loan companies operating under Superior Court charters in Georgia; government operated banks in American Samoa, North Dakota, and Puerto Rico; a cooperative bank, usually classified as a credit union, operating under a special charter in New Hampshire; two savings institutions, known as “ trust companies,” operating under special charters in Texas; employes’ mutual banking associations in Pennsylvania; the Savings Banks Trust Company in New York; and four branches of foreign banks which engage in a general deposit business in the continental United States or in Puerto Rico.

OFFICES,

Mutual savings banks include all banks operating under State banking codes applying to mutual savings banks. N U M BER ,

Commercial and stock savings banks include the following categories of banking institutions:

T able 101. in

C hanges

the

in

N

umber

and

C l a s s if ic a t io n

U n i t e d S t a t e s (C o n t i n e n t a l U . S.

and

of

O p e r a t in g B a n k s

O th er A reas) D

and

Commercial and stock savings banks and nondeposit trust companies

All banks

In­ Non­ sured insured Total

Members F. R . System Total State

In­ Nonsured* insured

DEPOSIT

National

Non­ Not mem­ Banks deposit Total bers of de­ trust F. R. posit com­ System panies1

BAN KS 14,284 14,409

13,457 13,541

827 868

13,756 13,881

13,237 13,323

4,692 4,789

1,847 1,867

Net change during yea r..................................................................

6,698 6,667

460 497

59 61 -2

-84

-41

-125

-86

-9 7

-20

31

-37

116

103

13

115

103

28

4

71

12

Banks ceasing operations.......................................................... Suspended banks not reopened or succeeded Absorbed with financial aid of FDIC Absorptions, consolidations, and mergers (without FDIC aid) . ......................................................................... Other liquidations ..

241 4 1

230 4 1

11

240 4 1

230 4 1

127 2

38

65 2 1

8

231 5

221 4

10 1

230 5

221 4

124 1

38

59 3

7 1

+43 + 5 + 37 + 1

-43 -5 -37 -1

+41 + 5 +35 + 1

+ 1 + 1

+ 1

+39 +4 +35

-41 -5 -35 -1

+ 1 + 7 -6

+ 13 -2 +2 + 15 -2

Noninsured banks becoming insured Successors to operating noninsured banks Admission to insurance operating banks® Arlmiescirvn in F R nnprnHnff hnnk Other changes in classification National banks succeeding state banks State banks succeeding national banks Admissions to F R. System Withdrawals from F. R System

. .. . ..

..

Changes not involving num ber in any class: Successions • Absorptions of nonbsnking fin3.ncinl institutions Changes in title location or name of location ............... Changes in corporate powers.....................................................

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

3 4 167 25

2 4 164 25

1 3

3 4 163 25

2 4 161 25

+ 1

29

4 22

220 218

308 310

+ 2

-2

1

1

2

1

1

2

1

1 +2

-2

+2

-2

3

1

-1 4 -5 +4 -15 +2 2

1

110 25

2

4

CO R PO R ATIO N

-125

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

Banks beginning operations

528 528

INSURANCE

Num ber of banks, December 31, 1955........................................... Num ber of banks, December 31, 1954...........................................

FEDERAL

Total

Mutual savings banks

Noninsured

Insured Type of change

B ranches

1955

u r in g

BRANCHES 7,199 6,567

192 184

7,062 6,443

6,965 6,346

3,364 3,056

1,938 1,731

1,663 1,559

N et change during y e a r.................................................................

+640

+632

+8

+6 1 9

+619

+308

+ 207

+ 104

Branches opened for business................................................. Facilities provided as agents of the government4................ Absorbed banks converted into branches.............................. Branches replacing banks relocated or placed in liquida­ tion or receivership.................................................................. Other branches opened5 ............................................................ Branch restored to count...........................................................

690 20 206

677 19 205

13

668

4 459 1

4 448 1

Branches discontinued............................................................... Facilities......................................................................................... Branches.........................................................................................

50 4 46

47 4 43

3

+2

329 308

234

221

95 87

! 1

-f171 £1

+ 13

+8

1

22

13

9

2

1

2

20

12

1

3

1 1

20 204

664 19 204

11

4 439

4 436

1

1

1

230 1

101

2 105

49 4 45

47 4 43

18 4 14

17

12

2

17

12

2

-2

+ 2

-37 + 1 + 1

+ 57

-2

+ 1 + 1

-1 -1

+ 1 + 1

-39

+ 51

-18 -1 -1 -7 + 1 + 1 -11

1 46 1 420 1

1 44 1 418

2

1 44 1 412

1 18 1 251

21

5

2

2

1 46 1 414

106

55

2 1

N um ber of offices, December 31, 1955......................................... 21,675 N um ber of offices, December 31, 1954.......................................... 21,160

20,656 20,108

1,019 1,052

20,818 20,324

20,202 19,669

8,056 7,845

3,785 3,598

8,361 8,226

553 591

63 64

+ 515

+548

-3 3

+494

+533

+ 2 11

+ 187

+ 135

-38

Offices opened...................................................................... Banks......................................................................................... Branches..........................................................................

806 116 690

780 103 677

26 13 13

783 115 668

767 103 664

391 28 363

171 4 167

205 71 134

15 12 Q O

Offices closed................................................................................... Banks............................................................................................... Branches.........................................................................................

291 241 50

277 230 47

14 11 3

289 240 49

277 230 47

145 127 18

55 38 17

77 65 12

10

+45 +43 +2

-45 -43 -2

+43 +41 +2

-35 +2 -37

+ 71 + 14 + 57

+7 +25 -18

-43 -41 _2

1

1

134 2 25

+ 7 -1

1

O O J 1

-1 -1

DEPOSITS

Changes not involving num ber in any class: Facility transferred as result of bank suspension............... Branches transferred as result of absorption or succession. Sale of branch to another bank................................................ Changes in title, location, or name of location.................... Change in powers.........................................................................

167 2 63

AND

Other changes in classification am ong branches........... Branch of national bank succeeding facility of state bank. Branch of national bank succeeding branch of state bank. Branches of insured banks admitted to F. R. System. . . . Branch of insured bank withdrawing from F. R. System .. Facility transferred as result of absorption or succession.. Branches transferred as result of absorption or succession.

3

1

363 15 116

4 3

93 94

OFFICES,

7,391 6,751

N U M BER ,

N um ber of branches, December 31, 1955................................... N um ber of branches, December 31, 1954...................................

6

6

857 836

454 AZQ

^07 0 7 /

_ j

- 171 j-z i

+ 15

+6

i

71 Zo

ALL B A N K IN G OFFICES

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

1X 09

2

2

2

1L A J U

1Q lo

A y

11

JL

1 1 I X +2 +2

z 0

BANKS

1 Includes 1 trust company member of the Federal Reserve System, December 31, 1955, and December 31, 1954. 2 Includes 3 mutual savings banks members of the Federal Reserve System, December 31, 1955, and December 31, 1954. 3 Banks in operation at beginning of year, except three which opened noninsured and were admitted to insurance later in the year. 4 Facilities established in or near military installations at request of the Treasury or Commanding Officer of the installation. 6 Includes 1 branch in operation prior to beginning of year but not included in count as of December 31, 1954.

g 2

1i

1 *2 15

OPERATING

Changes in classification........................................................... Among banks................................................................................. Among branches...........................................................................

OF

N et change during ye a r..................................................................

i—i O ^

Table 102,

N u m b e r o f O p e r a t i n g B a n k s a n d B r a n c h e s in t h e U n i t e d S t a t e s ( C o n t i n e n t a l U . S. a n d O t h e r A r e a s ) , D e c e m b e r

31, 1955

g r o u p e d a c c o r d i n g t o in s u r a n c e s t a t u s a n d c l a s s o f b a n k , a n d b y s t a t e a n d t y p e o f o f f i c e Commercial and stock savings banks and nondeposit trust companies

All banks

Non­ In­ Total sured insured

Members F. R . System Total National State

Not mem­ bers F .R .S.

Non­ Banks deposit Total of de­ trust posit com­ panies2

Non­ In­ sured3 insured

f All banks of de­ posit

Com­ mercial banks

Mutual savings banks

8,056 4,692 Jf.,083 609 3,364

3,785 1,847 l,5h0 307 1,938

8,361 6,698 5,886 812 1,663

553 460 US6 2U 93

63 59 57 2 4

857 528 373 155 329

454 220 126 9U 234

403 308 21*7 61 95

95.6 94.6 9U.5 95.5 97.4

97.3 96.6 96.3 98.6 98.7

52.9 41.7 33.8 60.6 70.9

Continental United S tates............. 21,494 All banks............................................... 14,242 Unit banks........................................ 12,853 Banks operating branches.............. 1,889 7,252 Branches...............................................

20,557 13,435 11,629 1,806 7,122

937 20,638 20,103 807 13,715 13,215 72U 11,981 11,503 83 1,7 3U 1,712 6,888 6,923 130

8,055 4,691 U,082 609 3,364

3,785 1,847 l,5h0 307 1,938

8,263 6,677 5,881 796 1,586

477 446 %26 20 31

58 54 52 2 4

856 527 372 155 329

454 220 126 H 234

402 307 2h6 61 95

95.9 94.7 9U.5 95.7 98.2

97.7 96.7 96.U 98.8 99.6

53.0 41.7 33.9 60.6 70.9

181 42 22 20 139

99 22 6 16 77

98 21 5 16 77

76 14 10 U 62

5 5 5

1 1 1

1 1 1

56.3 59.5 35.3 80.0 55.4

56.6 61.1 37.5 80.0 55.4

284 237 221 16 47

284 237 221 16 47

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

106 11 3 8 95

103 10 3 7 93

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

98.4 98.3 98.1 100.0 100.0

98.4 98.3 98.1 100.0 100.0

H t l m r A r p c iQ A ll T^qti Itq TT'M'ii hnyiTfSt

. ,

82 20 16 -4 62

180 41 21 20 139

99 22 6 16 77

1 1 1

284 237 221 16 47

284 237 221 16 47

112 69 56 13 43

28 25 23 2 3

144 143 1U2 1 1

106 11 3 8 95

103 10 3 7 93

65 3 1 2 62

6 1

32 6 2 A 26

253 228 206 22 25

58 54 50 U 4

State

T7<*

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

3 1 2

’v;

258 233 211 22 25

253 228 206 22 25

5 5 5

258 233 211 22 25

---

1 5 17 17 17

178 157 139 18 21

3 1 1 2 4 4 u

1 1 1

CO R PO R ATIO N

1,019 20,818 20,202 827 13,756 13,237 7U0 12,002 11,509 1,7 5 U 1,728 87 6,965 7,062 192

INSURANCE

20,656 13,457 11,635 1,822 7,199

DEPOSIT

T otal United S tates............................ 21,675 All banks............................................... 14,284 Unit banks........................................ 12,875 Banks operating branches.............. 1,909 7,391 Branches...............................................

FEDERAL

Total

Insured banks'as percentages of banks.of^deposit1

Noninsured

Insured State and type of bank or office

Mutual savings banks

C alifornia................................. All banks................................ Unit banks......................... Banks operating branches, Branches.................................

1,349 140

96 53 1,212

89 51

1,209

170 165

159 154

160 5

11*9 5

12 9 7

1,361 149

1,349 140

963 57

234 35

152 48

2

96 53

89 51

1,212

1,209

18 17

33 15

3

38 19

906

199

104

11 11

170 165

159 154

18 17

61 60

11

160 5

80 77 71* 3

59 1 1

3

16 1 1

C onnecticut............................ All banks................................ Unit banks......................... Banks operating branches, Branches................................

293 169

197 92

96 77

201 98

190 87

87 39

51 14

52 34

127 1*2

59 33

68 9

67 31

56 31

105

19

103

v 103

6 8

25 9

124

25 u 48

Delaw are................................... All banks................................ Unit banks......................... Banks operating branches, Branches................................

71 32

66 30

5 2

68 30

65 29

9 9

23 9

23 7

22 8

22 7

9

2

36

3

38

36

5

39

5

37

18

18 2

38 18

16

13 5 20

11 11 11

10 10 10

2 1 1 1

14 4

54

1 U

13

1 3 10

F lorid a....................................... All banks................................ Unit banks......................... Banks operating branches Branches................................

250 238

245 233

5 5

250 238

245 233

92 82

226 12 12

221 12

5

226 12

221 12

11 11 11

138

12

12

72 10

G eorgia...................................... AH banks................................ Unit banks......................... Banks operating branches Branches................................

468 407

410 349

58 58

468 407

410 349

90 51

26 13

294 285

58 58

386 21

328 21

58

386 21

8 5

58

61

61

61

U1 10

279

61

328 21

Id a h o .......................................... All banks................................ Unit banks......................... Banks operating branches Branches................................

103 36

103 36

103 36

103 36

28 8

28 8

28 8

67

67

28 8 67

Illin o is....................................... All banks................................ Unit banks......................... Banks operating branches Branches................................

923 919

917 913

6 6

923 919

915 U

909 U

6

915 U

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

67

4

54

54

12

4

4

142 140

10

39

13

69 11 7

13 9 7

U

2

21

16 U 2

58

4

5

917 913

395 391

127 127

395 395

909 U

387 U

127

395

4

4

1

95.0 89.7 81*.8 100.0 100.0

93.0 93.8 100.0 77.8 92.3

95.6 96.7 100.0 87.5 94.7

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

99.2 99.1 99.1 100.0 100.0

99.2 99.1 99.1 100.0 100.0

87.6 85.7 85.0 100.0 100.0

87.6 85.7 85.0 100.0 100.0

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

99.7 99.7 99.7 100.0 100,0

99.7 99.7 99.7 100.0 100.0

7.6 7.0 5.0 18.2

9.5 33.3 50.0 100.0

BANKS

18 5

1 7 31

.. y

67.5 54.8 1*6.8 78.6 84.7

OPERATING

39 8

3 U

2 1

93.5 93.3 93.1 100.0 100.0

OF

71 17

3 U

19

93.5 93.3 93.1 100.0 100.0

DEPOSITS

71 17

3 U

85 66 57 9

99.8 98.6 98.9 98.1 99.9

AND

71 17

3 U

54

60 11 21

3

71 17

District of C o lu m b ia ........... All banks................................ Unit banks......................... Banks operating branches Branches................................

92 71

99.8 98.6 98.9 98.1 99.9

OFFICES,

5

11*9 5 ^ 5

3 2 1 1 1

N U M BER ,

Colorado................................... All banks................................ Unit banks......................... Banks operating branches, Branches.................................

1,361 149

Table 102.

N

u m b er of

O p e r a t in g B a n k s

and

B ranches

in th e

U n it e d S t a t e s ( C o n t i n e n t a l

U.

S.

and

O t h e r A r e a s ), D

ecem ber

31,1955—

C o n t,

GROUPED ACCORDING TO INSURANCE STATUS AND CLASS OF B AN K , AND B Y STATE AND TYPE OF OFFICE

Commercial and stock savings banks and nondeposit trust companies

All banks

NonIn­ Total sured insured

Members F . R . System Total

Non­ Banks deposit Total trust of de­ com­ posit panies2

All banks of de­ posit

Com­ mercial banks

94.1 92.9 91.7 98.3 98.8

94.1 92.9 91.7 98.3 98.8

99 99 99

83.6 83.5 83.5 100.0 100.0

83.6 83.5 83.5 100.0 100.0

14 14 n

96.9 96.2 95.7 100.0 100.0

96.9 96.2 95.7 100.0 100.0

i

99.7 99.4 99.2 100.0 100.0

99.7 99.4 99.2 100.0 100.0

77.7 67.0 64.5 72.4 87.6

89.0 88.1 96.9 77.8 89.4

635 469 390 79 166

8 8 8

639 473 394 79 166

632 466 387 79 166

707 123 97 26 84

131 112 104 8 19

294 231 186 45 63

6 6 6

1 1 1

All banks ................... Unit banks ............... Banks operating branches.............. Branches •. ....

829 667 546 121 162

779 619 500 119 160

50 48 U6 2 2

829 667 546 121 162

779 619 500 119 160

95 95 95

75 71 68 3 4

609 453 337 116 156

49 47 45 2 2

1 1 1

K&I183S All banks . Unit banks . .. Banks operating branches. Branches ...................

603 601 599 2 2

504 502 500 2 2

99 99 99

603 601 599 2 2

504 502 500 2 2

172 170 168 2 2

42 42 42

290 290 290

Kentucky ... ........................ All banks ...................... Unit banks .................... Banks operating branches.............. Branches ....................

451 367 829 88 84

437 353 315 38 84

14 14 U

451 367 329 38 84

437 353 315 38 84

127 89 78 11 38

40 20 14 6 20

270 244 223 21 26

Louisiana ................... All banks ..... .... Unit banks , .......................... Banks operating branches.............. Branches . ........................

292 175 125 50 117

291 174 124 50 117

1 1 1

292 175 125 50 117

291 174 124 50 117

105 41 25 16 64

23 10 5 5 13

163 123 94 29 40

M aine ...................................................... All banks............................................... Unit banks........................................ Banks operating branches. . ......... Branches...............................................

188 91 62 29 97

146 61 uo 21 85

42 30 22 8 12

154 59 32 27 95

137 52 31 21 85

55 31 22 9 24

40 6 2 4. 34

42 15 7 8 27

4 4 4

3 3 3

1 1 1

i i

17 7 1 6 10

34 32 30 2 2

9 9 9

25 23 21 2 2

75.0 75.0 75.0

CO R P O R A TIO N

99.1 98.7 98.5 100.0 100.0

643 477 398 79 166

Mutual savings banks

INSURANCE

98.9 98.5 98.2 100.0 100.0

All banks............................................... Unit banks........................................ Banks operating branches Branches ................. ..

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

In­ Non­ sured3 insured

DEPOSIT

National State

Not mem­ bers F .R .S.

FEDERAL

Total

Insured banks as percentages of banks of deposit1

Noninsured

Insured State and type of bank or office

Mutual savings banks

26.5 28.1 30.0

66 13 5 8 53

151 81 59 22 70

1 2

34 8 3 5 26

M assachusetts.......................... All banks.................................. Unit banks........................... Banks operating branches. Branches4.................................

695 366 252 11U 329

430 170 105 65 260

265 196 U7 A9 69

439 177 111 66 262

430 170 105 65 260

240 110 79 31 130

121 25 6 19 96

69 35 20 15 34

9 7 6 1 2

256 189 HI U8 67

M ic h ig a n :................................... All banks.................................. Unit banks........................... Banks operating branches. Branches..................................

796 420 325 95 376

788 412 317 95 376

8 8 8

796 420 325 95 376

788 412 317 95 376

216 76 58 18 140

319 154 12U 30 165

253 182 135 U7 71

3 3 3

5 5 5

M inn esota.................................. All banks.................................. Unit banks........................... Banks operating branches. Branches...................................

687 681 679 2 6

676 670 668 2 6

11 11 11

686 680 678 2 6

675 669 667 2 6

184 178 176 2 6

28 28 28

463 U68 U68

10 10 10

1 1 1

M ississippi................................. All banks.................................. Unit banks........................... Banks operating branches. Branches...................................

295 197 1U8 U9 98

292 194 1U5 U9 98

3 3 3

295 197 1U8 U9 98

292 194 1U5 U9 98

39 27 21 6 12

13 7 6 1 6

240 160 118 U2 80

3 3 8

M issou ri...................................... All banks.................................. Unit banks........................... Banks operating branches. Branches...................................

606 603 600 3 3

588 585 582 3 3

18 18 18

606 603 600 3 3

588 585 582 8 3

78 76 7U 2 2

100 99 98 1 1

410 410 u io

14 14 U

M o n ta n a ..................................... All banks.................................. Unit banks........................... Banks operating branches. Branches..................................

113 113 113

113 113 113

113 113 113

113 113 US

40 40 UO

44 44 U

29 29 29

N ebraska.................................... All banks.................................. Unit banks........................... Banks operating branches. Branches..................................

421 420 U 9 1 1

380 379 378 1 1

421 420 U9 1 1

380 379 378 1 1

124 123 122 1 1

16 16 16

240 240 2U0

N evad a......................................... All banks.................................. Unit banks........................... Banks operating branches. Branches...................................

35 6 1 5 29

35 6 1 5 29

35 6 1 5 29

35 6 1 5 29

21 3 1 2 18

9 2

5 1

2 7

1 4

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

41 41 U

3 1

35 35 35

4 4 It

6 6 6

1 1 1

33 7 2 5 26

1 1 1

1 1 1

98.9 98.8 99.1 98.0 99.0

99.1 99.3 100.0 97.8 98.8

256 189 1U1 U8 67

61.8 46.4 U1.7 57.0 78.8

97.9 96.0 91>.6 98.5 99.2

99.6 99.3 99.1 100.0 100.0

99.6 99.3 99.1 100.0 100.0

98.5 98.5 98.5 100.0 100.0

98.5 98.5 98.5 100.0 100.0

99.0 98.5 98.0 100.0 100.0

99.0 98.5 98.0 100.0 100.0

97.7 97.7 97.7 100.0 100.0

97.7 97.7 97.6 100.0 100.0

100.0 100.0 100.0

100.0 100.0 100.0

91.6 91.5 91.5 100.0 100.0

91.6 91.5 91.5 100.0 100.0

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

97.1 87.5 66.7 100.0 100.0

100.0 100.0 100.0

BANKS

100 57 U2 15 43

OPERATING

317 151 106 U5 166

OF

320 152 106 1*6 168

DEPOSITS

4 2 1 1 2

AND

350 158 108 50 192

OFFICES,

354 160 109 51 194

N U M BER ,

M aryland .................................... All banks.................................. Unit banks........................... Banks operating branches. Branches...................................

Table 102.

N u m b e r o f O p e r a t in g B a n k s a n d B r a n c h e s in t h e U n it e d St a t e s ( C o n t in e n t a l U . S. a n d O t h e r A r e a s ), D e c e m b e r grouped

a c c o r d in g

to

in s u r a n c e

status

and

class

of

bank

35 35 35

78 76 7k 2 2

Total

^anr IftrQPV ...................... All ha nIra .... Unit banks .. ...... Banks opctatinQ bfanchcs PrnnnhPQ ...

595 320 219 101 275

592 317 216 101 275

3 3 3

558 297 203 9L 261

81 51 3k 17 30

81 51 3U 17 30

1,801 638 US8 200 1,163

1,787 628 U31 197 1,159

14 10 7 3 4

546 220 13k 86 326

542 219 131*. 85 323

4 1

178 154 138 16 24

173 149 133 16 24

r<!of*Allno TTm'it Tirt'ViTfSt T^i*qn/* oci Flol/Af"C| Z*() D/v/vi7*a

n Twrtwt*np.q

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

1 3 5 5 5

65 63 61 2 2 tpww 555 294 200 9k 261

Not mem­ bers F.R .S.

52 51 50 1 1

1 1 1

12 11 10 1 1

323 188 139 k9 135

160 64 32 32 96

72 42 29 13 30

Mutual savings banks

37 25 18

35 18 9 9 17

Non­ Banks deposit Total trust of de­ com­ posit panies2 13 13 13

3 3 3

81 51 3A 17 30

81 51 3k 17 30

12

9 8 7 1 1

1,548 509 376 133 1,039

1,534 499 369 130 1*035

589 304 2k3 61 285

827 139 87 52 688

118 56 39 17 62

10 6 3 3 4

546 220 13 U 86 326

542 219 13k 85 323

101 46 27 19 55

50 7 2 5 43

391 166 105 61 225

4 1

178 154 138 16 24

173 149 133 16 24

38 38 38

2 2 2

133 109 93 16 24

7

31,1955— Cont.

o f f ic e

Insured banks as percentages of banks of deposit1

1 3 5 5 5

4 4 k

Non­ In­ sured3 insured

35 34 33 1 1

13 12 11 1 1

37 23 16 7 14

37 23 16 7 14

253 129 62 67 124

253 129 62 67 124

22 22 22

All banks of de­ posit

Com­ mercial banks

Mutual savings banks

69.0 68.1 67.3 100.0 100.0

83.3 82.9 82.k 100.0 100.0

37.1 35.3 33.3 100.0 100.0

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

99.4 99.1 99.3 98.5 99.7

99.4 98.8 99.2 97.7 99.6

99.3 99.5 100.0 98.8 99.1

99.3 99.5 100.0 98.8 99.1

97.2 96.8 96.k 100.0 100.0

97.2 96.8 96.k 100.0 100.0

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

CORPORATION

78 75 72 3 3

of

INSURANCE

113 110 107 3 3

type

DEPOSIT

......................................... All banks Unit banks ............. ................ TtnvtTra n'nomliYifl Branches • • ...........

and

FEDERAL

In­ Non­ Total sured insured

Members F . R. System National State

New York .............................................. All banks ....................................... Unit bunks........................................ p/iMI*o t\'f\DTn/itin rivnvL^nfist Branches4 ....................

state

Noninsured

Insured State and type of bank or office

TVT/\tir A11 KqtiItq h/rt) IfSi A/n/Jl'/l/'itin "Rtqn/>1ioq

by

Commercial and stock savings banks and nondeposit trust companies

All banks

Total

, and

336 171 U7 n 165

O k la h om a................................. All banks................................ Unit banks......................... Banks operating branches Branches................................

388 385 S82 8 3

380 377 374 S 3

8 8 8

388 385 382 3 3

380 377 374 3 3

201 198 195 3 3

25 25 25

O regon....................................... All banks................................ Unit banks......................... Banks operating branches Branches4...............................

195 50 89 11 145

193 48 87 11 145

2 2 2

194 49 38 11 145

192 47 36 11 145

145 13 11 2 132

10 7 6 1 3

37 27 19 8 10

1 1 1

1 1 1

1 1 1

1 1 1

99.5 98.0 97.4 100.0 100.0

1,327 825 688 142 502

1,310 811 671 140 499

17 14 12 2 3

1,289 818 680 138 471

1,272 804 668 136 468

796 522 4U1 81 274

224 93 65 28 131

252 189 162 27 63

14 11 9 2 3

3 3 3

38 7 3 4 31

38 7 3 4 31

98.9 98.7 98.7 98.6 99.4

Rhode Isla n d .......................... All banks................................ Unit banks......................... Banks operating branches Branches................................

103 18 8 10 85

91 13 5 8 78

12 5 3 2 7

79 10 3 7 69

76 8 * 6 68

43 5 2 8 38

16 1

17 2

2 1

1 1 1

24 8 5 8 16

15 5 3 2 10

South C arolina...................... All banks................................ Unit banks......................... Banks operating branches, Branches................................

235 149 122 27 86

225 139 112 27 86

10 10 10

235 149 122 27 86

225 139 112 27 86

South D a k o ta ......................... All banks................................ Unit banks......................... Banks operating branches, Branches................................

225 171 142 29 54

225 171 142 29 54

225 171 142 29 54

T ennessee................................. All banks................................ Unit banks......................... Banks operating branches, Branches................................

437 299 253 46 138

430 292 246 46 138

7 7 7

T e xas.......................................... All banks................................ Unit banks......................... Banks operating branches, Branches................................

954 935 915 20 19

918 899 879 20 19

36 36 36

Pennsylvania.......................... All banks................................ Unit banks......................... Banks operating branches, Branches4...............................

3 I............. 3 1

154 154 154

7 7 7

14 3 1 2 11

99.7 99.5 99.4 100.0 100.0

14 3 1 2 11

1 1 1

98.2 98.2 98.2 100.0

100.0

2 15

1 1

86 26 16 10 60

129 106 91 15 23

10 10 10

225 171 142 29 54

58 34 30 4 24

140 110 85 25 30

437 299 253 46 138

430 292 246 46 138

153 77 59 18 76

23 9 7 * 14

254 206 180 26 48

4 4 4

954 935 915 20 19

918 899 879 20 19

465 446 4 26 20 19

134 134 134

319 319 319

36 36 36

9 3 2 1 6

89.2 76.5 714 80.0 91.8 95.7 93.3 91.8 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

1

3 3 3

99.1 98.6 98.4 100.0 100.0 96.2 96.1 96.1 100.0 100.0

99.7

99.5 99.4 100.0 100.0

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

98.2

98.2 98.2 100.0 100.0 99.5

97.9 97.8 100.0 100.0 98.9

100.0 100.0 100.0

100.0

98.7

100.0

98.7 98.6

100.0 100.0 100.0

99.4 97.4

88.9 100.0 85.7

98.5 95.7

93.3 91.8

62.5 62.5 60.0 66.7 62.5

100.0

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 99.1

98.6 98.4 100.0 100.0 96.2

96.1

96.1 100.0 100.0

115

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

261 1 219 184 1

BANKS

392 230 183 47 162

OPERATING

989 620 514 106 369

OF

992 623 517 106 369

DEPOSITS

3 3 3

AND

1,003 623 515 108 380

OFFICES,

1,006 626 518 108 380

NUMBER,

O h io ............................................ All banks................................ Unit banka......................... Banks operating branches Branches................................

116

Table 102.

N u m b e r o f O p e r a t in g B a n k s a n d B r a n c h e s in t h e U n it e d St a t e s (C o n t in e n t a l

U. S. a n d

O t h e r A r e a s ), D e c e m b e r

31,1955—

C o n t.

GROUPED ACCORDING TO INSURANCE STATUS AND CLASS OF BAN K, AND BY STATE AND TYPE OF OFFICE

Commercial and stock savings banks and nondeposit trust companies

All banks

Non­ In­ Total sured insured

Members F. R. System Total

32 7 6 1 25

34 19 13 6 15

30 25 20 5 5

77 62 52 10 15

76 61 51 10 15

39 34 30 1* 5

2 1 1 1

35 26 21 5 9

492 316 237 79 176

492 316 237 79 176

215 132 102 30 83

110 73 57 16 37

167 111 78 33 56

3 3 3

311 103 82 21 208

308 100 79 21 208

217 30 17 13 187

22 12 9 3 10

69 58 53 5 11

3 3 3

177 177 177

4 4 It.

181 181 181

177 177 177

75 75 75

36 36 36

66 66 66

4 4 •4

699 550 1*61 89 149

8 7 6 1 1

703 553 1*63 90 150

696 547 1*58 89 149

110 95 91 U 15

78 71 67 h 7

508 381 300 81 127

4 3 2 1 1

................. Verm ont All banks Unit banks Banks opcvatinQ bvanchcs Branches

94 69 57 12 25

93 68 56 12 25

A11 Tiiinlrc Unit banks TZn'YilfQ fi*n0rnf'>tYtn hvnnrhps 'Rrii'n AQ

492 316 237 79 176

492 316 237 79 176

320 107 81* 23 213

317 104 81 23 213

181 181 181

707 557 1*67 90 150

■RronpVtoq

W ashington All banks ....................................... Unit banks Banks ojpctatinQ btanchcs Branches4 • •. •• All Unit banks

W isconsin............................................... All banks............................................... Unit banks...................................... , Banks opcvatinQ bvanchcs T^ronniloc

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

1 1 1

1 1 1

17 7 5 2 10

9 4 2 2 5

3 3 3

4 4 U

17 7 5 2 10

9 4 2 2 5

3 3 3

1 1 1

All banks of de­ posit

Com­ mercial banks

100 0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

99.1 97.2 96.1* 100.0 100.0

99.0 97.0 96.3 100.0 100.0

97.8 97.8 97.8

97.8 97.8 97.8

99.3 99.3 99.1* 98.9 99.3

99.4 99.5 99.6 98.9 99.3

Mutual savings banks

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

75.0 75.0 75.0

CORPORATION

96 51 39 12 45

96 51 39 12 45

TT'Yt'ii Yin'nlfa

Non­ In­ sured3 insured

INSURANCE

96 51 39 12 45

96 51 89 12 45

U tah

Non­ Banks deposit Total trust of de­ posit com­ panies2

DEPOSIT

National State

Not mem­ bers F .R .S.

FEDERAL

Total

Insured banks as percentages of banks of deposit1

Noninsured

Insured State and type of bank or office

Mutual savings banks

W y o m in g .................................... All banks.................................. Unit banka........................... Banks operating branches. Branches...................................

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

75.0 55.6 33.3 100.0 100.0

75.0 55.5 33.3 100.0 100.0

11.7 60.0

11.7 60.0

60.0 7.3

60.0 7.3

Puerto R ic o ............................... All banks.................................. Unit banks........................... Banks operating branches. Branches4.................................

90.1 70.0 66.7 71.h 93.4

90.1 70.0 66.7 71.U 93.4

Virgin Islands7.......................... All banks.................................. Unit banks........................... Banks operating branches. Branches...................................

80.0 66.7

100.0

100.0

100.0 100.0

Other area

51

DEPOSITS

Mariana Island s...................... All banks.................................. Unit banks........................... Banks operating branches. Branches4 ................................

OF

Panam a Canal Z o n e ............. All banks.................................. Unit banks.......................... Banks operating branches. Branches4 ................................

OPERATING BANKS

100.0

100.0

1 Percentages are based on totals for all banks, excluding nondeposit trust companies. 2 Includes 1 trust company in Missouri member of the Federal Reserve System. 3 Includes 3 banks members of the Federal Reserve System: 1 in Indiana and 2 in Wisconsin. 4 Includes branches operated by banks located in other states or areas as follows: 1 noninsured branch in Massachusetts operated by a New York bank; 2 insured branches in New York operated by a Puerto Rico bank; 1 insured branch in Oregon operated by a California bank; 1 insured branch in Pennsylvania operated by a New Jersey bank and 1 noninsured branch in Pennsylvania operated by a New York bank; 2 insured branches in Washington operated by a California bank; 3 noninsured branches in the Mariana Islands operated by a California bank; 4 noninsured branches in the Panama Canal Zone operated by 2 New York banks; and 9 insured branches in Puerto Rico operated by 2 New York banks. 5 Includes 6 insured national banks, not members of the Federal Reserve System, s Includes, among noninsured banks, 1 national bank operating 22 branches. ^Includes, among insured banks not members of the Federal Reserve System, 1 national bank operating 1 branch. Back figures: See the Annual Report for 1954, pp. 110-117, and earlier reports.

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

AND

Hawaii6........................................ All banks.................................. Unit banks........................... Banks operating branches. Branches...................................

OFFICES,

Am erican S a m o a .................... All banks.................................. Unit banks........................... Banks operating branches. Branches...................................

NUMBER.

Alaska5......................................... All banks.................................. Unit banks........................... Banks operating branches. Branches...................................

l“-4 l_"t

Table 103.

N u m b e r a n d D e p o s i t s o f O p e r a t i n g B a n k s in t h e U n i t e d S t a t e s ( C o n t i n e n t a l U . S . a n d O t h e r A r e a s ) , D e c e m b e r 3 1 , 1955 B AN KS GROUPED ACCORDING TO INSURANCE STATUS AND B Y DISTRICT AND STATE

Deposits (in thousands of dollars)

Number of banks Commercial and stock savings banks and nondeposit trust companies FDIC District and State

Noninsured

T otal United S ta te s.................

Non­ Banks deposit trust of de­ compost1

All banks Total

In­ sured

Nonin­ sured

Total

Insured

Nonin­ sured

Total

Insured

Nonin­ sured

DEPOSIT

Total

In­ sured

Mutual savings banks

FEDERAL

All banks1

Commercial and stock savings banks and nondeposit trust companies

Mutual savings banks

13,237

460

528

220

308

221,391,573

193,204,839

190,988,628

2,216,211

28,186,734

21.237.020

6,949,714

14,242

13,715

13,215

446

527

220

307

220,435,585

192,249,049

190,506,715

1,742,334

28,186,536

21.237.020

6,949,516

Other areas..........

42

41

22

14

1

1

955,988

955,790

481,913

473,877

198

FDIC District District 1 ................. District 22............... District 3 ................. District 4 ................. District 5 ................. District 6 ................. District 7 ................. District 8 ................. District 9 ................. District 10 .............. District 11 .............. District 123.............

823 1,003 1,451 1,043 1,079 1,502 1,454 1,586 1,119 1,624 1,172 428

482 848 1,441 1,035 1,079 1,502 1,446 1,586 1,118 1,624 1,172 423

441 831 1.424 1,019 1,013 1,458 1.425 1,532

38 10 14 16 63 36

341 155 10

303 2

16,744 ,356 62,988 ,408 24,145 ,448 10,998 ,537 8,325 638 11,100 ,427 15,749 ,615 18,232 ,212 5,610 ,690 7,690 ,369 13,849 ,539 25,956 ,334

9,220,642 45,314,749 22,272,858 10,507,814 8,325,638 11,100,427 15,674,946 18,232,212 5,378,891 7,690,369 13,849,539 25,636,754

8,956,086 44,702,370 22,223,640 10,354,546 8,293,957 11,061,076 15,652,033 18,115,012 5,245,693 7,534,542 13,745,620 25,104,053

264,556 612,379 49,218 153,268 31,681 39,351 22,913 117,200 133,198 155,827 103,919 532,701

7,523,714 17,673,659 1,872,590 490,723

237

237

237

4,245 2,664 62,618 4,263

C ontinental U .S .

1,465 1,134 393

12 50 15 152 37 17

10

7

11

11

10

233 149 165

233 149 165

228 140 154

1.681.554 754,415 1,044,667 19,128,107 1.598.522

1.681.554 754,415 1,044,667 19,128,107 1.598.522

1,681,554 750,170 1,042,003 19,065,489 1,594,259

Connecticut............ Delaware................. Dist. of Columbia. Florida..................... Georgia....................

169 32 17 238 407

30 17 238 407

87 29 17 233 349

4,021,885 727,804 1,376,350 3.294.523 2.332.554

2.178.554 610,455 1,376,350 3.294.523 2.332.554

2,149,293 605,194 1,376,350 3,284,743 2,319,735

Idaho........................ Illinois...................... Indiana.................... Iowa......................... Kansas.....................

36 919 477 667 601

36 919 473 667 601

36 913 466 619 502

542,520 15,549,885 4,211,746 2,682,327 2,028,317

542,520 15,549,885 4,156,975 2,682,327 2,028,317

542,520 15,515,476 4,151,369 2,599,536 1,909,454

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

3 6 47 99

29,261 5,261

685,949 17,580,959 1,872,590 486,098

6,837,765 92,700

14,624

4,625

74,669

60,045

231,799

231,799

319,580

319,580

1,843,331 117,349

106,806 24,847

1,736,525 92,502

54,771

40,773

13,998

CO R PO R ATIO N

State Alabama.................. Arizona.................... Arkansas................. California................ Colorado..................

1,102

38 153

198

9,780 12,819 34,409 5,606 82,791 118,863

INSURANCE

13,756

14,284

367 175 59 152 177

353 174 52 151 170

Michigan.......... Minnesota........ Mississippi Missouri............ Montana..........

420 681 197 603 113

420 680 197 603 113

Nebraska............ Nevada................ New Hampshire. New Jersey........ New Mexico. . . .

420 6 110 320 51

New York......... North Carolina. North Dakota. . Ohio................... Oklahoma.........

1,993,710 2,571,132 525,437 1,968,229 4,855,663

13,067 862 41,978 111,643 112,305

412 669 194 585 113

7,808,050 3.704.474 1,017,007 5.410.995 701,703

7,808,050 3,472,675 1,017,007 5.410.995 701,703

7,797,252 3,461,445 1,007,925 5.393.593 701,703

10,798 11,230 9,082 17,402

420 6 76 297 51

379 6 63 294 51

1,499,084 290,625 746,781 6,849,632 526,867

1,499,084 290,625 351,760 5.839.263 526,867

1,470,854 290,625 295,773 5,839,249 526,867

28,230

638

509

220

220

499 219 149 620 377

55,058,064 2,446,038 615,294 10,200,430 2,231,143

38,512,321 2,446,038 615,294 9,824,765 2,231,143

1,855,666 13,945,018 1.224.475 853,129 589,219

154 626 385

154 623 385

129

129

315,578 490,723 4,482,130

50,562 486,098

231,799

231,799

55,987 14

395,021 1,010,369

231,525 1,010,369

37,943,958 2,422,299 493,326 9,820,382 2,226,672

568,363 23,739 121,968 4,383 4,471

16,545,743

16,545,743

375,665

375,665

1,825,923 12,448,093 847,403 853,129 589,219

1,816,901 12,403,258 822,378 848,104 589,219

9,022 44,835 25,025 5,025

29,743 1,496,925 377,072

29,743 1,496,925 186,474

110,582

110,582

289,837

289,837

19,898

19,272

50 825 18 149 171

49 818 149 171

47 804 8 139 171

Tennessee............... Texas........................ Utah......................... Vermont.................. Virginia...................

299 935 51 69 316

299 935 51 62 316

51 61 316

2,637,988 9,996,263 820,981 418,124 2,661,049

2,637,988 9.996.263 820,981 307,542 2,661,049

2,631,770 9,897,451 820,981 307,542 2,661,049

6,218 98,812

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

107 181 557 53

103 181 553 53

100 177 547 53

2,715,355 1,091,376 3,729,819 333,303

2,425,518 1,091,376 3,709,921 333,303

2.399.593 1,078,515 3,703,412 333,303

25,925 12,861 6,509

10

151,525 1,429 405,712 23,532 20,882 340,138 12,770

151,525 1,429 405,712 23,532 20,882 340,138 12,572

129,118

22,407 1,429 366,886 23,532 20,882 38,741

' 38,826

198

626

198

1 Includes 19 noninsured banks of deposit (1 in Colorado, 12 in Georgia, 2 in Iowa, and 4 in Texas) for which deposits are not available. 2 Includes Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. 8 Includes Alaska, American Samoa, Hawaii, Mariana Islands, and the Panama Canal Zone. 4 Includes deposit data for the following branches of insured banks in continental United States: 3 noninsured branches in the Mariana Islands (2 in Guam and 1 in Saipan); 4 nomnsured branches in the Panama Canal Zone; and 9 insured branches in Puerto Rico. Data for these branches are not included in the figures for the States in which the parent banks are located. Back figures: See the Annual Report for 1954, pp. 118-119, and earlier reports.

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

BANKS

301,397 12,572

190,598

OPERATING

Other area Alaska........................ American Samoa. . . Hawaii....................... Mariana Islands*. .. Panama Canal Zone4 Puerto Rico4............. Virgin Islands..........

10

163,496

OF

Oregon............... Pennsylvania. . Rhode Island. . South Carolina. South D akota..

265,016 4,625 4,482,130

DEPOSITS

2,006,777 2.571.994 567,415 2,079,872 4,967,968

23 1 18S

AND

2,006,777 2.571.994 882,993 2,570,595 9,450,098

32 8 189

OFFICES,

367 175 91 160 366

NUMBER,

Kentucky......... Louisiana.......... Maine................ Maryland......... Massachusetts.

120

A

T a b le 1 0 4 .

A sse ts

and

ssets

and

L ia b il it ie s

of

O p e r a t in g B a n k s

li a b i l i t i e s o f o p e r a t i n g b a n k s in t h e

U n ite d

S ta tes

(c o n tin e n ta l U . S . FEDERAL

a n d o th e r a r e a s ), J u n e 3 0 , 1 9 5 5

Banks grouped according to insurance status and type of bank T a b le 1 0 5 .

A sse ts

and

l i a b i l i t i e s o f o p e r a t i n g b a n k s in t h e U n i t e d

S ta te s

S.

(c o n tin e n ta l U .

S.

DEPOSIT

(c o n tin e n ta l U .

a n d o th e r a r e a s ), D e c e m b e r 3 1 , 1 9 5 5

Banks grouped according to insurance status and type of hank A sse ts

and

li a b i l i t i e s o f o p e r a t i n g b a n k s in t h e

U n ite d

S ta te s

a n d o th e r a r e a s ), D e c e m b e r 3 1 , 1 9 5 5

Banks grouped by district and State

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

A s s e t s a n d l i a b i l i t i e s o f o p e r a t i n g i n s u r e d b a n k s in t h e U n i t e d S t a t e s ( c o n t i n e n t a l U . S . a n d o th e r a r e a s ), D e c e m b e r 3 1 , 1 9 5 5 , J u n e 3 0 , 1 9 5 5 , a n d D e c e m b e r 3 1 , 1 9 5 4

The data in these tables relate to banks operating in the United States (continental U. S. and other areas). Data from the same tabu­ lations for all operating banks in each State and other area are also shown in the Corporation’s publication, “ Assets, Liabilities, and Capital Accounts, Commercial and Mutual Savings Banks,” as follows: For June 30, 1955 For December 31, 1955

Report No. 43, pp. 4-5. Report No. 44, pp. 4-5.

CO R P O R A TIO N

T a b le 1 0 7 .

INSURANCE

T a b le 1 0 6 .

Statements of assets and liabilities are submitted by insured com­ mercial banks upon either a cash or an accrual basis, depending upon the bank’s method of bookkeeping. Assets reported represent aggregate book value, on the date of call, less valuation and premium reserves.

Other insured banks: Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. Noninsured banks: State banking authorities; Rand McNally Rankers Directory; Polk’s Bankers Encyclopedia; and reports from individual banks.

BANKS

State banks members of the Federal Reserve System: Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System.

OPERATING

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

National banks and State banks in the District of Columbia not members of the Federal Reserve System: Office of the Comptroller of the Currency.

OF

Individual loan items are reported gross instead of net of valuation reserves. Accordingly, reserves for losses on loans are shown separately.

S ou rces o f d a ta

LIABILITIES

Demand balances with and demand deposits due to banks in the United States, except private banks and American branches of foreign banks, exclude reciprocal interbank deposits. Reciprocal interbank deposits arise when two banks maintain deposit accounts with each other.

Asset and liability data for noninsured banks are tabulated from reports pertaining to the individual banks. In a few cases these reports are not as detailed as those submitted by insured banks, and some of the items reported have been allocated to more detailed categories according to the distribution of asset and liability data for insured State banks not members of the Federal Reserve System or for other noninsured banks.

AND

In the case of banks with one or more domestic branches, the assets and liabilities reported are consolidations of figures for the head office and all domestic branches. In the case of a bank with foreign branches, net amounts due from its own foreign branches are included in “ Other assets,” and net amounts due to its own foreign branches are included in “ Other liabilities.” Branches outside the continental United States of insured banks in the United States are treated as separate entities but as in the case of other branches are not included in the count of banks. Data for such branches are not included in the figures for the States in which the parent banks are located. Asset and liability data for nine branches in Puerto Rico of two banks in New York are included with insured bank figures for Puerto Rico and for all insured banks.

Total deposits shown in these tables are not the same as the deposits upon which assessments paid to the Federal Deposit Insurance Cor­ poration are based. The assessment base is slightly lower due to certain exclusions which are permitted and deductions which may be claimed.

ASSETS

Assets and liabilities held in or administered by a savings, bond, insurance, real estate, foreign, or any other department of a bank, except a trust department, are consolidated with the respective assets and liabilities of the commercial department. “ Deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations” include trust funds deposited by a trust department in a commercial or savings department. Other assets held in trust are not included in statements of assets and liabilities.

Instalment loans are ordinarily reported net if the instalment pay­ ments are applied directly to the reduction of the loan. Such loans are reported gross if, under contract, the payments do not immediately reduce the unpaid balances of the loan but are assigned or pledged to assure repayment at maturity.

Table 104.

A ssets

and

L ia b il it ie s

of

O p e r a t in g B a n k s

in

the

U n it e d S t a t e s ( C o n t i n e n t a l U . S.

and

O t h e r A r e a s ), J u n e

30, 1955

BANKS GROUPED ACCORDING TO INSURANCE STATUS AND TYPE OF BANK (Amounts in thousands of dollars)

to to

Commercial and stock savings banks and nondeposit trust companies

All banks

Mutual savings banks

Noninsured Asset, liability, or capital account item Total

220,326,911 10,358,836

Banks of deposit

200,303,849

197,565,834

2,530,229

41,201,787

Total

Insured

Non­ insured

207,786

30,381,898

22,761,077

7,620,821

Nondeposit trust com­ panies1

388,755

48,206

988,812

808,409

49,388

1,828

‘464,627 11,625 12,562 47,151

289,634 5,027 11,963 32,743

41,247

119,120 1,482 533,209 297,582

180,403

2,682,964 17,940,586 10,234,687 39,288 102,498 9,764,803

88,937 1,482 399,463 292,342

133,746 5,240

37,419

26,185

11,234

88,001,536

5,247,035

80,430,593

78,951,432

1,367,028

112,133

12,817,978

68,451,960 13,135,937 5,728,141 685,498

3,762,864 364,967 724,578 394,626

63,539,334 12,844,748 3,586,731 459,780

1,020,664 238,042 80,781 27,541

64,777 23,757 4,044 19,555

8,675,490 656,156 2,865,988 620,344

3,767,874

72,214,824 13,500,904 6,452,719 1,080,124

62,453,893 12,582,949 3,501,906 412,684

9,050,104

5,998,067 552,988 2,226,235 272,814

2,677,423 103,168 639,753 347,530

91,826,835

87,497,152

4,329,683

75,654,994

74,930,595

27,353

16,171,841

12,566,557

3,605,284

81,399

Securities— to ta l..................................................... U . S. Gov’t, obligations (incl. guaranteed). .. Obligations of States and subdivisions............ Other bonds, notes, and debentures................. Corporate stocks....................................................

93,248,571

Loans and discounts, net— to ta l..................... Valuation reserves...................................................... Loans and discounts, gross— to ta l................. Commercial and industrial loans....................... Loans to farmers directly guaranteed by the Commodity Credit Corporation.................... Other loans to farmers (excl. real estate). . . . Loans to brokers and dealers in securities----Other loans for carrying securities.................... Real estate loans— total....................................... Farm land............................................................ Residential properties: Insured by FH A ........................................... Insured or guaranteed by V A ...................... Not insured or guaranteed by FH A or V A . Other properties................................................... Other loans to individuals................................... Loans to banks.. : : ............. ........... .. .................. All other loans (including overdrafts)..............

1,331,027

1,305,255

25,772

93,157,862

88,802,407

4,355,455

29,081,384

28,867,731

213,653

886,567 3,530,661 2,858,738 1,640,544 36,112,258

874,222 3,465,856 2,834,399 1,594,532 32,325,896

1,321,815 8,361,162 8,577,101 12,528,131+ 5,321*,01+6

697,046

2,136

181,160

23,594

12,747,717

3,628,878

208,302

930

39,617

35,196

4,421

874,222 3,464,296 2,834,399 1,591,377 19,713,060

12,345 64,500 24,339 39,232 207,603

157

1,708

1,560

148

4,519 18,979

5,416 16,172,616

3,155 12,612,836

2.261 3,559,780

1,262,917

1,21*3,322

18,757

838

58,898

1*1+,097

11+,801

1*,361,1*78 3,600,611 7,165,71*0 3,51*8,896

1*,308,937 3,562,1*13 7,086,127 3,512,261

50,1*95 35,696 68,81*0 33,815

2,01*6 2,502 10,773 2,820

3,999,681* 1*,976,1*90 5,362,391* 1,775,150

3,561*,933 3,859,989 3,720,921 1,1*22,896

l+Sl+,751 1,116,501 1,61*1,1*73 352,251+

29,041,767

28,832,535

12,345 64,805 24,339 46,012 3,786,362

886,567 3,528,953 2,858,738 1,635,128 19,939,642

1,287,1*19

31*,396

7,873,870 7,1+22,1*02 10,807,01*8 1*,935,157

1+87,292 1,151+,699 1,721,086 388,889

3,419,742

3,254,988

1,737,216 144,668 1,373,104

204,754 16,376,595

699,182

16,406,554 418 366 2,014,851

42 27,395

1,126,273

76,054,690

16,577,566 418,448 2,051,696 1,795,346 159,724 1,464,672

1,124,095

1,358 599 3,174

30,183

76,781,267

171,012 82 36,845

16,444,444 418,448 2,027,580

16,333,245 418,366 1,993,190

109,870 82 32,909

1,329

133,122

1,481

24,116

21,661

2,455

164,754

3,016,475

2,918,981

77,400

20,094

403,267

336,007

67,260

1,602,278 142,102 1,174,601

13,624 5,211 58,565

6,545 7,132 6,417

172,899 5,279 225,089

134,938 2,566 198,503

37,961 2,713 26,586

58,130 15,056 91,568

1,622,447 154,445 1,239,583

73,309

59,813

CO R PO R ATIO N

617,364

2,771,901 17,942,068 10,634,150 331,630 102,498 9,790,988

INSURANCE

40,764,826

41,573,235

2,853,300 17,942,068 11,098,777 343,255 115,060 9,838,139

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Insured

2,734,180 17,940,586 10,565,568 45,673 115,060 9,800,720

42,190,599

M iscellaneous assets— to ta l............................... Bank premises owned, furniture and fixtures. Other real estate— direct and indirect............. All other miscellaneous assets............................

Total

DEPOSIT

Cash, balances with other banks, and cash collection item s— to ta l................................ Currency and coin................................................. Reserve with F. R. banks (member banks).. Demand balances with banks in U . S.............. Other balances with banks in U . S................... Balances with banks in foreign countries. . . . Cash items in process of collection...................

230,685,747

Non­ insured

FEDERAL

Total a ssets.........................................................

Insured

22,761,077

7,620,821

87,043

27,306,762

20,566,201

6,740,561

98,924,533

1,017,075

99,901,459

98,885,201

930,385

85,873

40,149

39,332

817

65,778,435

7,195,179

45,713,016

45,257,057

454,903

1,056

27,260,598

20,521,378

6,739,220

3,148,963

30,554

3,173,502

3,143,472

29,916

114

Governm ent deposits— to ta l............................. United States Government— demand.............. United States Government— time..................... States and subdivisions— demand..................... States and subdivisions— time............................

18,382,824 5,158,887 352,668 10,351,680 2,519,589

18,072,974 5,090,847 350,392 10,202,458 2,429,277

309,850 68,040 2,276 149,222 90,312

18,358,365 5,155,726 352,583 10,346,808 2,503,248

18,051,430 5,088,649 350,383 10,197,986 2,414,412

306,935 67,077 2,200 148,822 88,836

Interbank and postal savings deposits— to ta l...................................................................... Banks in the United States— demand............. Banks in the United States— time.................... Banks in foreign countries— demand............... Banks in foreign countries— time...................... Postal savings.........................................................

15,293,595 11,918,203 354,079 1,579,931 1,409,305 32,077

14,839,370 11,808,666 63,390 1,535,162 1,400,718 31,434

454,225 109,537 290,689 44,769 8,587 643

15,291,037 11,917,843 351,881 1,579,931 1,409,305 32,077

14,836,893 11,808,306 61,273 1,535,162 1,400,718 31,434

453,849 109,243 290,608 44,768 8,587 643

295 294

Total deposits.................................................. Demand............................................................ Time..................................................................

209,771,158 132,129,826 77,61*1,332

200,764,275 130,710,629 70,053,61*6

9,006,883 1,419,197 7,587,686

182,437,379 132,075,269 50,362,110

180, 174,053 130,658,776 49,515,277

2, 175,988 1,330,211 845,777

Miscellaneous liabilities— to ta l........................ Rediscounts and other borrowed money......... All other miscellaneous liabilities......................

3, 154,662 156,226 2,998,436

2,990,302 138,166 2,852,136

164,360 18,060 146,300

2,863,465 155,726 2,707,739

2,784,366 137,666 2,646,700

66,084 15,051 51,033

T otal liabilities (excluding capital accounts).......................................................

212,925,820

203,754,577

9, 171,243

185,300,844

182,958,419

Capital accounts— to ta l....................................... Preferred capital.................................................... Common stock........................................................ Surplus...................................................................... Undivided profits and reserves..........................

17,759,927 70,264 4,528,154 9,055,703 4,105,806

16,572,334 48,891 4,408,378 8,451,182 3,663,883

1, 187,593 21,373 119,776 604,521 441,923

15,003,005 70,264 4,528,154 7,114,952 3,289,635

14,607,415 48,891 4,408,378 6,976,016 3,174,130

Number of banks*..........................................................

14,350

13,505

845

13,821

13,287

6,015

5,491

524

24,459 3,161 85 4,872 16,341

21,544 2,198 9 4,472 14,865

2,915 963 76 400 1,476

2,558 360 2,198

2,477 360 2,117

81

87,338 86,282 1,056

27,333,779 54,557 27,279,222

20,590,222 51,853 20,538,369

6,743,557 2,704 6,740,853

13,015 3,009 10,006

291,197 500 290,697

205,936 500 205,436

85.261

2,242,072

100,353

27,624,976

20,796,158

6,828,818

288,157 21,373 80,965 99,890 85,929

107,433

1,964,919 (2)

792,003

38,811 39,046 29,576

2,756,922 (2) 1,940,751 816,171

1,475,166 489,753

465,585 326,418

473

61

529

218

311

81

1

85.261

1 Amounts shown as deposits are special accounts and uninvested trust funds, with the latter classified as demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations. * Not reported separately. Included with “ Undivided profits and reserves.*’ 3 Includes 17 noninsured banks of deposit for which asset and liability data are not available. Back figures: See the Annual Report for 1954, pp. 122-123, and earlier reports.

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

BANKS

30,381,898

1,415,204

OPERATING

207,786

147,285,730

OF

2,530,229

148,787,977

LIABILITIES

197,565,834

8,242,808

AND

200,303,849

167,851,931

230,685,747

ASSETS

220,326,911 10,358,836

Business and personal deposits— to ta l......... 176,094,739 Deposits of individuals, partnerships, and 99,941,608 corporations— demand..................................... Deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations— time............................................ 72,973,614 Certified and officers* checks, cash letters of credit and travelers’ checks outstanding, 3,179,517 and amounts due to Federal Reserve banks.

T otal liabilities and capital a c c o u n ts...............

Table 105.

A ssets

and

L ia b il it ie s

of

O p e r a t in g B a n k s

banks

grouped

in t h e

a c c o r d in g

to

U n it e d S t a t e s ( C o n t i n e n t a l U . S. in s u r a n c e

statu s

and

type

of

and

O t h e r A r e a s ), D

ecem ber

31, 1955

bank

124

(Amounts in thousands of dollars) Commercial and stock savings banks and nondeposit trust companies

All banks

Mutual savings banks

Noninsured Asset, liability, or capital account item Total

243, 105,011

Non­ insured

180,270

31,274,112

23,458,080

7,816,032

416,689 52,806

37,188 1,865 31,595 143 1,638 1,947

785.480 100,670 1,309 432.481 220,871

179,921 33,944

311,631 7,819 2,948 41,485

965,401 134,614 1,309 562,367 224,363

Banks of deposit

232,602,859 10,502,152

211,830,899

209, 144,779

2,505,850

633,798 88,615

46,559,853 2,683,954 18,721,112 11,732,460 45,208 98,017 13,279,102

Nondeposit trust com­ panies1

47,979,131 2,873,239 18,722,421 12,638,053 277,533 102,603 13,365,282

47,345,333 2,784,624 18,722,421 12,164,941 266,079 98,017 13,309,251

473,112 11,454 4,586 56,031

47,013,730 2,738,625 18,721,112 12,075,686 53,170 102,603 13,322,534

42,748

30,149

12,599

Securities— to ta l..................................................... U . S. Gov’ t, obligations (incl. guaranteed). .. Obligations of States and subdivisions............ Other bonds, notes, and debentures................. Corporate stocks....................................................

91,063,728 70,309,691 13,395,431 6,234,204 1,124,402

86,008,652 66,734,713 13,034,895 5,517,344 721,700

5,055,076 3,574,978 360,536 716,860 402,702

78,621,769 61,850,177 12,758,672 3,543,900 469,020

77,240,419 60,876,637 12,500,910 3,441,695 421,177

1,282,902 924,601 231,603 98,403 28,295

98,448 48,939 26,159 3,802 19,548

12,441,959 8,459,514 636,759 2,690,304 655,382

8,768,233 5,858,076 533,985 2,075,649 300,523

3,673,726 2,601,438 102,774 614,655 354,859

Loans and discounts, net— to ta l..................... 100,575,185 1,483,585 Valuation reserves...................................................... Loans and discounts, gross— to ta l................. 102,058,770 33,455,594 Commercial and industrial loans....................... Loans to farmers directly guaranteed by the 1,168,606 Commodity Credit Corporation................ 3,326,487 Other loans to farmers (excl. real estate). . 3,263,182 Loans to brokers and dealers in securities.. 1,815,412 Other loans for carrying securities................ 38,460,919 Real estate loans— total.................................. 1,355,467 Farm land....................................................... Residential properties: 8,709,494 Insured by F H A ........................................ 9,483,106 Insured or guaranteed by V A ................. 13,262,400 Not insured or guaranteed by FH A or V A . 5,650,452 Other properties................................................... 17,403,150 Other loans to individuals................................... 574,723 Loans to banks...................................................... 2,590,697 All other loans (including overdrafts)..............

95,923,415 1,457,247 97,380,662 33,238,262

4,651,770 26,338 4,678,108 217,332

83, 118,526 1,269,957 84,388,483 33,423,420

82,360,421 1,267,677 83,628,098 33,209,723

732,512 2,234 734,746 212,656

25,593 46 25,639 1,041

17,456,659 213,628 17,670,287 32,174

13,562,994 189,570 13,752,564 28,539

3,893,665 24,058 3,917,723 3,635

1,146,742 3,266,323 3,229,525 1,759,572 34,375,911 1,322,578

21,864 60,164 33,657 55,840 4,085,008 32,889

1,168,606 3,324,755 3,263,182 1,797,385 21,004,261 1,296,991

1,146,742 3,264,723 3,229,525 1,744,381 20,767,275 1,278,753

21,864 59,872 33,657 48,407 219,803 17,293

160

1,732

1,600

132

4,597 17,183 945

18,027 17,456,658 58,476

15,191 13,608,636 43,825

2,836 3,848,022 14,651

8,178,227 8,217,482 11,419,564 5,238,060 17,237,082 572,826 2,554,419

531,267 1,265,624 1,842,836 412,392 166,068 1,897 36,278

4,560,085 3,710,583 7,617,449 3,819,153 17,265,859 574,723 2,566,292

4,506,346 3,670,740 7,538,257 3,773,179 17,159,640 572,826 2,533,263

51,840 36,995 70,600 43,075 104,627 1,897 31,963

1.899 2,848 8.592 2.899 1.592

4,149,409 5,772,523 5,644,951 1,831,299 137,291

3.671.881 4,546,742 3,881,307 1.464.881 77,442

477,528 1,225,781 1,763,644 366,418 59,849

1,066

24,405

21,156

3,249

3,486,967 1,898,262 170,529 1,418,176

3,325,459 1,838,983 155,812 1,330,664

161,508 59,279 14,717 87,512

3,076,874 1,719,244 166,240 1,191,390

2,984,086 1,700,036 154,132 1,129,918

73,747 13,571 4,996 55,180

19,041 5,637 7,112 6,292

410,093 179,018 4,289 226,786

341,373 138,947 1,680 200,746

68,720 40,071 2,609 26,040

Miscellaneous assets— to ta l............................... Bank premises owned, furniture and fixtures. Other real estate— direct and indirect............. All FRASER other miscellaneous assets............................ Digitized for

http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

129,886 3,492

CO R P O R A TIO N

Gash, balances with other banks, and cash collection item s— to ta l................................ Currency and coin................................................. Reserve with F. R . banks (member banks). . Demand balances with banks in U . S.............. Other balances with banks in U . S ................... Balances with banks in foreign countries. . . . Cash items in process of collection...................

INSURANCE

Insured

Insured

DEPOSIT

Total

Total

Insured

FEDERAL

Total a ssets.........................................................

Non­ insured

T otal liabilities and capital accou n ts...............

243,105,011

232,602,859 10,502,152

211,830,899

209,144,779

2,505,850

180,270

31,274,112

23,458,080

7,816,032

179,317,302

8,483,909

159,642,135

158,104,999

1,470,171

66,965

28,159,076

21,212,303

6,946,773

108,365,703

1,068,759

109,394,215

108,326,298

1,002,317

65,600

40,247

39,405

842

67,058,281

7,385,673

46,330,850

45,890,648

438,865

1,337

28,113,104

21,167,633

6,945,471

28

28,989

16,872,662 3,784,425 341,095 10,340,336 2,406,806

16,570,473 3,726,758 339,003 10,182,708 2,322,004

302,189 57,667 2,092 157,628 84,802

Interbank and postal savings deposits— to ta l..................................................................... Banks in the United States— demand............. Banks in the United States— time.................... Banks in foreign countries— demand............... Banks in foreign countries— time...................... Postal savings.......................................................

16,692,728 13,524,819 267,611 1,548,195 1,320,746 31,357

16,315,786 13,397,581 53,439 1,516,423 1,317,629 30,714

376,942 127,238 214,172 31,772 3,117 643

16,690,042 13,524,484 265,260 1,548,195 1,320,746 31,357

16,313,156 13,397,246 51,144 1,516,423 1,317,629 30,714

376,885 127,238 214,116 31,771 3,117 643

T otal deposits.................................................. Demand............................................................ Time..................................................................

221,391,573 11*2,562,881 78,827,692

212,225,648 11*1,090,077 71,135,571

9,165,925 1,1+73,801* 7,692,121

193,204,839 11*2,508,725 50,696,111*

190,988,628 11*1,037,1*86 1*9,951,11*2

2,149,245 1,1*05,610 71*3,635

Miscellaneous liabilities— to ta l........................ Rediscounts and other borrowed money......... All other miscellaneous liabilities......................

3,503,132 174,195 3,328,937

3,362,435 151,618 3,210,817

140,697 22,577 118,120

3,227,858 170,296 3,057,562

3,147,093 150,318 2,996,775

66,539 16,488 50,051

T otal liabilities (excluding capital accounts)....................................................... 224,894,705

5,725

5,265

460

24,972 3,683 86 5,166 16,037

22,087 2,780 10 4,806 14,491

2,885 903 76 360 1,546

2,686 335 2,351

2,630 335 2,295

56

66,966 65,629 1,337

28,186,734 55,156 28,131,578

2 f, 237,020 52,591 21,181*,1*29

6,949,714 2,565 6,91*7,11*9

14,226 3,490 10,736

275,274 3,899 271,375

215,342 1,300 214,042

59,932 2,599 57,333

1

56

1

9,306,622

196,432,697

194,135,721

2,215,784

81,192

28,462,008

21,452,362

7,009,646

18,210,306 71,497 4,635,473 9,327,118 4,176,218

17,014,776 50,124 4,517,265 8,723,412 3,723,975

1,195,530 21,373 118,208 603,706 452,243

15,398,202 71,497 4,635,473 7,340,925 3,350,307

15,009,058 50,124 4,517,265 7,208,545 3,233,124

290,066 21,373 81,427 97,921 89,345

99,078

2,005,718 (2)

806,386

36,781 34,459 27,838

2,812,104 (2) 1,986,193 825,911

1,514,867 490,851

471,326 335,060

Number of banks3...........................................................

14,284

13,457

827

13,756

13,237

460

59

528

220

308

B,

215,588,083

Capital accounts— to ta l....................................... Preferred capital.................................................... Common stock........................................................ Surplus...................................................................... Undivided profits and reserves..........................

OPERATING

3,888,053

305,074 58,570 2,168 157,988 86,348

OF

3,917,070

16,592,560 3,729,538 339,013 10,187,514 2,336,495

LIABILITIES

29,477

16,897,634 3,788,108 341,181 10,345,502 2,422,843

AND

3,893,318

Governm ent deposits— to ta l............................. United States Government— demand.............. United States Government— time..................... States and subdivisions— demand..................... States and subdivisions— time...........................

ASSETS

Business and personal deposits— to ta l......... 187,801,211 Deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations— demand..................................... 109,434,462 Deposits of individuals, partnerships, and 74,443,954 corporations— time............................................ Certified and officers’ checks, cash letters of credit and travelers’ checks outstanding, 3,922,795 and amounts due to Federal Reserve banks.

1 Amounts shown as deposits are special accounts and uninvested trust funds, with the latter classified as demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations. 2 Not reported separately. Included with “ Undivided profits and reserves.” 8 Includes 19 noninsured banks of deposit for which asset and liability data are not available. Back figures, 1931*-1951*: See the preceding table and the Annual Report for 1954, pp. 124-125, and earlier reports.

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

to Ox

Table 106.

A s s e t s a n d L i a b i l i t i e s o f O p e r a t i n g B a n k s in t h e U n i t e d S t a t e s ( C o n t i n e n t a l U . S. a n d O t h e r A r e a s ) , D e c e m b e r 3 1 , 1955 BANKS GROUPED B Y DISTRICT AND STATE

h*

OS

(Amounts in thousands of dollars) Assets

Deposits Cash and due from banks

U . S. Gov­ ernment obligations

Other securities

Loans, dis­ counts, and overdrafts

Miscel­ laneous assets

Total Business and personal2

Govern­ ment3

Inter­ bank4

Miscel­ laneous liabilities

Total capital accounts

DEPOSIT

Num­ ber of banks1

FEDERAL

FDIC District and State

Liabilities and capital accounts

T otal United S ta te s ...

14,284

47,979,131

70,309,691

20,754,037 100,575,185

3,486,967

243,105,011

187,801,211

16,897,634

16,692,728

3,503,132

18,210,306

C ontinental U . S___

14,242

47,801,990

70,050,239

20,670,260 100,054,919

3,425,488

242,002,896

187,088,256

16,671,020

16,676,309

3,455,202

18,112,109

259,452

83,777

520,266

61,479

1,102,115

712,955

226,614

16,419

47,930

98,197

823 1,003 1,451 1,043 1,079 1,502 1,454 1,586 1,119 1,624 1,172 428

2,344,191 12,520,321 5,033,462 2,561,530 2,288,682 3,112,332 3,306,326 4,193,100 1,146,499 2,093,895 4,321,762 5,057,031

5,651,196 16,897,668 7,967,343 3,826,995 2,660,720 3,419,831 6,418,805 6,904,705 1,977,546 2,617,445 3,811,662 8,155,775

1,862,933 6,008,060 2,800,953 977,993 760,168 854,294 1,259,290 1,755,245 550,463 695,283 951,659 2,277,696

8,571,300 33,649,068 10,477,807 4,474,773 3,194,100 4,551,930 5,795,864 6,744,496 2,363,292 2,888,936 5,602,881 12,260,738

227,551 1,263,518 352,933 195,606 129,367 122,002 181,058 140,216 57,875 70,794 274,041 472,006

18,657,171 70,338,635 26,632,498 12,036,897 9,033,037 12,060,389 16,961,343 19,737,762 6,095,675 8,366,353 14,962,005 28,223,246

15,454,491 53,943,722 21,572,945 9,158,545 6,542,210 8,655,067 13,820,230 15,254,926 4,602,916 6,055,828 10,315,010 22,425,321

731,516 2,871,676 1,449,417 1,064,309 1,037,610 977,526 1,407,420 1,426,060 606,759 1,018,415 1,752,810 2,554,116

558,349 6,173,010 1,123,086 775,683 745,818 1,467,834 521,965 1,551,226 401,015 616,126 1,781,719 976,897

204,819 1,573,723 302,212 132,960 86,612 96,604 152,387 145,547 52,267 66,046 139,494 550,461

1,707,996 5,776,504 2,184,838 905,400 620,787 863,358 1,059,341 1,360,003 432,718 609,938 972,972 1,716,451

State Alabama........................ Arizona.......................... Arkansas........................ California...................... Colorado........................

237 11 233 149 165

452,600 147,506 299,116 3,689,338 415,497

523,987 215,436 313,392 5,994,400 554,459

194,636 68,676 116,495 1,668,333 79,273

634,727 370,079 395,501 9,140,388 669,266

21,678 23,845 10,068 336,789 14,026

1,827,628 825,542 1,134,572 20,829,248 1,732,521

1,374,652 635,954 866,882 16,610,967 1,345,562

201,247 105,002 103,481 1,725,551 137,110

105,655 13,459 74,304 791,589 115,850

13,783 13,785 3,987 473,332 15,005

132,291 57,342 85,918 1,227,809 118,994

Connecticut.................. Delaware....................... District of Columbia.. Florida............................ Georgia..........................

169 32 17 238 407

560,566 101,314 343,585 899,187 667,229

1,381,979 271,296 473,525 1,218,256 627,410

570,850 113,576 69,927 258,146 156,927

1,866,769 319,454 579,680 1,116,512 1,067,649

61,258 10,118 26,461 58,284 37,391

4,441,422 815,758 1,493,178 3,550,385 2,556,606

3,831,142 675,871 1,237,662 2,527,134 1,831,063

134,983 45,960 45,127 441,242 256,795

55,760 5,973 93,561 326,147 244,696

40,186 6,960 15,234 35,092 32,925

379,351 80,994 101,594 220,770 191,127

Idaho.............................. Illinois............................ Indiana........................... Iowa................................ Kansas............................

36 919 477 667 601

99,450 3,632,135 956,736 560,965 503,876

201,911 5,975,066 1,827,002 929,639 706,904

28,708 1,498,980 272,544 256,265 247,029

240,988 5,594,424 1,431,692 1,150,072 722,781

6,683 120,045 43,059 20,171 14,871

577,740 16,820,650 4,531,033 2,917,112 2,195,461

451,137 13,020,716 3,594,467 2,234,210 1,498,735

84,304 1,117,965 489,283 308,095 423,816

7,079 1,411,204 127,996 140,022 105,766

2,622 138,495 34,552 7,052 8,123

32,598 1,132,270 284,735 227,733 159,021

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

C O R PO R AT IO N

177,141

INSURANCE

42

FDIC District District 1 ....................... District 26...................... District 3 . . . . ............... District 4 ....................... District 5 ....................... District 6 ....................... District 7 ....................... District 8 ....................... District 9 ....................... District 10 ..................... District 11..................... District 126...................

Other areas.

367 175 91 160 366

568,059 745,634 127,355 479,331 1,357,259

715,379 906,056 334,747 1,012,989 3,180,623

107,417 233,757 122,189 248,244 898,378

779,751 846,844 392,440 1,004,467 5,013,319

17,193 35,586 11,905 64,316 123,019

2,187,799 2,767,877 988,636 2,809,347 10,572,598

1,642,349 1,762,290 825,186 2,255,417 8,544,776

169,600 518,631 46,171 210,523 444,519

194,828 291,073 11,636 104,655 460,803

15,538 37,140 7,347 22,790 131,695

165,484 158,743 98,296 215,962 990,805

Michigan....................... Minnesota..................... Mississippi.................... Missouri......................... Montana........................

420 681 197 603 113

1,621,204 788,932 269,666 1,480,998 153,053

3,104,312 1,179,759 291,067 1,665,227 260,214

661,211 380,233 150,459 433,375 60,081

2,926,943 1,652,157 375,212 2,235,871 265,522

97,494 38,357 12,014 56,411 8,368

8,411,164 4,039,438 1,098,418 5,871,882 747,238

6,872,086 3,049,395 809,361 4,150,401 586,161

690,889 305,456 138,326 456,541 86,508

245,075 349,623 69,320 804,053 29,034

100,288 38,187 4,812 49,776 6,125

502,826 296,777 76,599 411,111 39,410

Nebraska.. : ................. Nevada.......................... New Hampshire.......... New Jersey...................

420 6 110 320 51

376,435 49,360 88,049 1,112,092 156,567

547,914 118,249 258,681 2,342,973 184,548

135,232 18,868 85,530 956,770 19,816

567,507 120,874 404,707 2,917,214 190,850

12,721 6,019 7,997 107,219 7,043

1,639,809 313,370 844,964 7,436,268 558,824

1,201,699 238,073 704,441 6,268,501 385,862

144,943 50,832 29,458 491,304 124,143

152,442 1,720 12,882 89,827 16,862

16,873 3,785 7,861 64,678 2,852

123,852 18,960 90,322 521,958 29,105

New York..................... North Carolina. . : . . North Dakota.............. Ohio................................ Oklahoma......................

638 220 154 626 385

11,251,735 626,144 94,124 2,190,014 708,485

14,213,583 700,680 284,758 3,777,772 671,592

4,897,703 294,636 70,935 837,417 212,525

30,154,279 1,030,337 215,720 4,090,056 820,902

1,125,313 36,268 5,448 125,626 25,876

61,642,613 2,688,065 670,985 11,020,885 2,439,380

46,750,676 1,865,692 468,072 8,971,865 1,743,987

2,239,004 284,551 135,885 833,361 259,054

6,068,384 295,795 11,337 395,204 228,102

1,460,251 49,764 4,429 94,863 24,254

5,124,298 192,263 51,262 725,592 183,983

AND

Oregon. : ........................ Pennsylvania................ Rhode Island................ South Carolina............ South Dakota...............

50 825 18 149 171

329,797 2,843,448 156,965 227,957 110,390

633,193 4,189,571 377,996 296,041 252,815

191,837 1,963,536 154,504 87,242 39,214

834,559 6,387,751 637,837 305,458 229,893

31,411 227,307 17,813 10,188 5,702

2,020,797 15,611,613 1,345,115 926,886 638,014

1,594,143 12,601,080 1,153,560 696,227 499,288

229,113 616,056 55,870 127,309 78,910

32,410 727,882 15,045 29,593 11,021

27,058 207,349 14,255 6,727 3,526

138,073 1,459,246 106,385 67,030 45,269

Tennessee...................... Texas.............................. U tah................................

299 935 51 69 316

764,159 3,272,055 191,848 53,997 620,177

725,833 2,505,622 274,923 117,170 874,581

197,007 629,410 48,412 31,482 204,238

1,140,807 4,195,108 355,274 256,228 1,161,303

38,330 207,567 10,752 5,559 43,859

2,866,136 10,809,762 881,209 464,436 2,904,158

1,995,435 7,530,904 644,999 395,386 2,180,644

247,904 1,005,034 122,642 20,515 280,262

394,649 1,460,325 53,340 2,223 200,143

27,303 85,717 7,796 3,475 27,774

200,845 727,782 52,432 42,837 215,335

LIABILITIES

107 181 557 53

575,277 264,336 728,386 89,602

743,463 469,179 1,487,491 136,576

277,772 73,706 325,535 21,224

1,306,510 393,528 1,437,229 108,480

39,741 14,514 40,505 3,300

2,942,763 1,215,263 4,019,146 359,182

2,421,721 922,903 3,353,677 265,845

210,468 116,537 227,248 53,492

83,166 51,936 148,894 13,966

29,772 10,671 17,547 1,791

197,636 113,216 271,780 24,088

18 1 10

29,797 509 85,520 1,350 4,785 53,288 1,892

69,725 963 117,213

12,654 31,112

160,801 1,618 450,793 24,021 20,886 430,203 13,793

99,381 718 343,052 11,135 9,995 240,604 8,070

50,354 661 56,991 12,397 10,803 90,712 4,696

578 16 5,009 489 4 41,671 163

8,698 173 40,072

40,003 8

2,693 13 10,348 14,318 13,239 20,709 159

1,790 50 5,669

1,735 63,013 6,803

45,932 133 206,600 8,353 1,127 253,190 4,931

Wyoming....................... Other area

10 3

84 8,822 4

48,394 860

1 Includes 19 noninsured banks of deposit (1 in Colorado, 12 in Georgia, 2 in Iowa, and 4 in Texas) for which asset, liability, and capital account data are not available. 2 Demand and time deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations, certified and officers’ checks, cash letters of credit, etc. * Deposits of the United States Government and of States and subdivisions. 4 Interbank deposits and postal savings deposits. 6 Includes Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. 8 Includes Alaska, American Samoa, Hawaii, Mariana Islands, and the Panama Canal Zone. 7 Includes asset and liability data for the following branches of insured banks in continental United States: 3 noninsured branches in the Mariana Islands (2 in Guam and 1 in Saipan); 4 noninsured branches in the Panama Canal Zone; and 9 insured branches in Puerto Rico. Data for these branches are not included in the figures for the States in which the parent banks are located. Back figures, 191*5-1951*: See the Annual Report for 1954, pp. 126-127, and earlier reports.

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

BANKS

American Samoa......... Hawaii........................... Mariana Islands7......... Panama Canal Zone7 Puerto Rico7................. Virgin Islands. . : .........

OPERATING

Washington. : : : ........... West Virginia...............

OF

Virginia..........................

ASSETS

Kentucky...................... Louisiana....................... Maine............................. Maryland...................... Massachusetts..............

Table 107.

A

ssets

and

L ia b il it ie s

of

D

O p e r a t i n g I n s u r e d B a n k s i n t h e U n i t e d S t a t e s (C o n t i n e n t a l U . S. 31, 1955, J u n e 30, 1955, a n d D e c e m b e r 31, 1954 (Amounts in thousands of dollars)

and

O t h e r A r e a s ),

to

00

ecem ber

Insured commercial banks1

All insured banks

Insured mutual savings banks

Assets June 30, 1955

Dec. 31, 1954

Dec. 31, 1955

June 30, 1955

Dec. 31, 1954

232,602,859

220,326,911

222,569,263

209,144,779

197,565,834

200,588,294

23,458,080

22,761,077

21,980,969

47,345,333 2,784,624 18,722,421

41,573,235 2,771,901 17,942,068

44,067,192 2,570,819 18,734,993

46,559,853 2,683,954 18,721,112

40,764,826 2,682,964 17,940,586

43,235,072 2,471,431 18,733,765

785.480 100,670 1,309

808,409 88,937 1,482

832,120 99,388 1,228

12,164,941 266,079 98,017 13,309,251

10,634,150 331,630 102,498 9,790,988

12,280,362 310,535 118,374 10,052,109

11,732,460 45,208 98,017 13,279,102

10,234,687 39,288 102,498 9,764,803

11,842,267 44,850 118,374 10,024,385

432.481 220,871

399,463 292,342

438,095 265,685

30,149

26,185

27,724

66,734,713

68,451,960

74,237,957

60,876,637

62,453,893

68,120,866

5,858,076

5,998,067

6,117,091

4,212,896 2,322,688 14,072,973 3,696,038 13,107,027 21,488,954 7,208,743 605,712 19,682

3,048,798 1,692,520 16,673,947 3,767,695 10,806,924 23,525,113 8,368,432 545,279 23,252

4,960,450 5,298,918 14,694,348 3,804,641 12,686,271 24,121,214 8,509,786 135,614 26,715

4,112,240 2,295,833 13,878,904 2,493,775 12,908,772 20,529,312 4,364,924 282,548 10,329

3,001,321 1,667,331 16,504,965 2,542,136 10,634,538 22,512,074 5,305,282 270,955 15,291

4,907,080 5,282,353 14,544,500 2,557,883 12,486,186 22,978,695 5,286,088 56,842 21,239

100,656 26,855 194,069 1,202,263 198,255 959,642 2,843,819 323,164 9,353

47,477 25,189 168,982 1,225,559 172,386 1,013,039 3,063,150 274,324 7,961

53,370 16,565 149,848 1,246,758 200,085 1,142,519 3,223,698 78,772 5,476

Other securities— to ta l.............. ..................................... Obligations of States and subdivisions. . : ................... Other bonds, notes, and debentures............................. Corporate stocks: Federal Reserve banks.................................................. Other corporate stocks..................................................

19,273,939 13,034,895 5,517,344

19,549,576 13,135,937 5,728,141

19,082,849 12,896,494 5,549,123

16,363,782 12,500,910 3,441,695

16,497,539 12,582,949 3,501,906

16,020,905 12,387,053 3,241,610

2,910,157 533,985 2,075,649

3,052,037 552,988 2,226,235

3,061,944 509,441 2,307,513

302,678 419,022

295,144 390,354

287,518 349,714

302,608 118,569

295,075 117,609

287,450 104,792

70 300,453

69 272,745

68 244,922

T otal securities........................................................

86,008,652

88,001,536

93,320,806

77,240,419

78,951,432

84,141,771

8,768,233

9,050,104

9,179,035

Total assets................................................................................ Cash, balances with other banks, and cash col­ lection item s— to ta l................................................... Currency and coin.............................................................. Reserve with Federal Reserve banks (member banks) Demand balances with banks in the United States (except private banks and American branches of foreign banks)............................................................ Other balances with banks in the United States. . . . Balances with banks in foreign countries.................... Cash items in process of collection................................ Obligations of the U . S. Governm ent, direct and guaranteed— to ta l...................................................... Direct: Treasury bills................................................................... Treasury certificates of indebtedness........................ Treasury notes................................................................ United States non-marketable bonds........................ Other bonds maturing in 5 years or less.................. Other bonds maturing in 5 to 10 years.................... Other bonds maturing in 10 to 20 years.................. Other bonds maturing after 20 years........................ Guaranteed obligations (FHA debentures).................

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

CO R PO R ATIO N

Dec. 31, 1955

INSURANCE

Dec. 31, 1954

DEPOSIT

June 30, 1955

FEDERAL

Dec. 31, 1955

70,341,295 1,070,973 71,412,268

13,562,994 189,570 13,752,564

12,566,557 181,160 12,747,717

11,651,115 175,411 11,826,526

33,238,262

28,867,731

26,858,847

33,209,723

28,832,535

26,823,376

28,539

35,196

35,471

1,146,742

874,222

2,234,381

1,146,742

874,222

2,234,381

3,266,323 3,229,525

3,465,856 2,834,399

2,894,076 2,906,509

3,264,723 3,229,525

3,464,296 2,834,399

2,892,563 2,906,509

1,600

1,560

1,513

1,759,572 34,375,911 1,822,578

1,594,532 32,325,896 1,287,419

1,505,776 30,047,263 1,181,968

1,744,381 20,767,275 1,278,753

1,591,377 19,713,060 1,248,822

1,502,690 18,347,430 1,139,804

15,191 13,608,636 48,825

3,155 12,612,836 44,097

3,086 11,699,833 42,664

8,178,227 8,217,482 11,419,564 5,288,060 17,237,082 572,826 2,554,419

7,873,870 7,422,402 10,807,048 4,935,157 16,406,554 418,366 2,014,851

7,453,776 6,558,085 10,211,454 4,641,980 14,789,580 239,932 1,762,430

4,506,346 3,670,740 7,538,257 8,778,179 17,159,640 572,826 2,533,263

4,308,937 8,562,413 7,086,127 8,512,261 16,333,245 418,366 1,993,190

4,052,582 8,311,980 6,614,370 3,229,244 14,720,160 239,932 1,745,227

8.671.881 4,546,742 3,881,807 1.464.881 77,442

3,564,983 8,859,989 8,720,921 1,422,896 73,309

3,401,194 8,246,155 3,597,084 1,412,786 69,420

’ * ’ ‘ 21,156 .........21,661

........ 17,203

181,932,067

175,498,688

175,313,216

159,600,840

153,882,027

154,483,066

22,331,227

21,616,661

20,830,150

1,994,795 1,480,921 358,062 37,731

1,881,884 1,393,921 343,295 31,958

1,776,857 1,328,833 322,326 27,393

1,854,168 1,349,122 350,914 36,051

1,744,380 1,265,259 337,019 29,392

1,646,516 1,205,790 316,830 25,591

140,627 131,799 7,148 1,680

137,504 128,662 6,276 2,566

130,341 123,043 5,496 1,802

118,081

112,710

98,305

118,081

112,710

98,305

1,330,664 426,937 487,055 61,016 355,656

1,373,104 440,311 488,062 83,074 361,657

1,411,998 583,099 456,970 55,526 316,403

1,129,918 426,937 394,103 55,739 253,139

1,174,601 440,311 400,404 75,974 257,912

1,223,640 583,099 374,497 50,644 215,400

200,746

198,503

188,358

92,952 .........87,658 5,277 7,100 102,517 103,745

........ 82,473 4,882 101,003

20.4% 28.7 8.3 41.2 1.4 7.3

18.9% 31.0 8.9 39.7 1.5 7.5

19.8% 33.4 8.6 36.8 1.4 7.3

22.3% 29.1 7.8 39.4 1.4 7.2

20.6% 31.6 8.4 37.9 1.5 7.4

21.5% 34.0 8.0 35.1 1.4 7.1

3 .3 % 25.0 12.4 57.8 1.5 8.6

RATIOS Percentages of total assets: Cash and balances with other banks............................ U . S. Government obligations, direct and guaranteed Other securities................................................................... Loans and discounts.......................................................... Other assets......................................................................... Total capital accounts......................................................

3.8% 27.8 13.9 53.0 1.5 8.7

129

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

3.5% 26.4 13.4 55.2 1.5 8.6

BANKS

74,930,595 1,124,095 76,054,690

OPERATING

82,360,421 1,267,677 83,628,098

OF

Miscellaneous assets— to ta l........................................... Customers’ liability on acceptances outstanding. . . . Income accrued but not collected.................................. Prepaid expenses................................................................. Other assets.........................................................................

81,992,410 1,246,384 83,238,794

LIABILITIES

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and other real estate— to ta l........................................................ Bank premises..................................................................... Furniture and fixtures........................... ........................... Real estate owned other than bank premises............. Investments and other assets indirectly representing bank premises or other real estate............................

87,497,152 1,305,255 88,802,407

AND

T otal loans and securities..................................

95,923,415 1,457,247 97,380,662

ASSETS

Loans and discounts, net— to ta l.................................. Valuation reserves.................................................................. Loans and discounts, gross— to ta l.............................. Commercial and industrial loans (including open market paper)................................................................. Loans to farmers directly guaranteed by the Com­ modity Credit Corporation......................................... Other loans to farmers (excluding loans on real estate) ............................................................................... Loans to brokers and dealers in securities................... Other loans for the purpose of purchasing or carrying securities........................................................................... Real estate loans— total................................................... Farm land......................................................................... Residential properties: Insured by F H A ......................................................... Insured or guaranteed by V A .................................. Not insured or guaranteed by FH A or V A ........... Other properties................................................................ Other loans to individuals................................................ Loans to banks.................................................................... All other loans (including overdrafts)..........................

Table 107.

A s s e t s a n d L i a b i l i t i e s o f O p e r a t i n g I n s u r e d B a n k s in t h e U n i t e d S t a t e s ( C o n t i n e n t a l U . S . a n d O t h e r A r e a s ) , D e c e m b e r 31, 1955, J u n e 30, 1955, a n d D e c e m b e r 31, 1954— Continued (Amounts in thousands of dollars) All insured banks

Insured commercial banks1

Insured mutual savings banks

Liabilities and capital June 30, 1955

Dec. 31, 1954

Dec. 31, 1955

June 30, 1955

Dec. 31, 1954

232,602,859

220,326,911

222,569,263

209,144,779

197,565,834

200,588,294

23,458,080

22,761,077

21,980,969

Business and personal deposits— to ta l...................... 179,317,302 Deposits of individuals, partnerships, and cor­ porations— demand........................................................ 108,365,703 Deposits of individuals, partnerships, and cor­ porations— time.............................................................. 67,058,281 Certified and officers' checks, cash letters of credit and travelers’ checks outstanding, and amounts due to Federal Reserve banks..................................... 3,893,318

167,851,931

170,037,691

158,104,999

147,285,730

150,177,045

21,212,303

20,566,201

19,860,646

98,924,533

102,755,402

108,326,298

98,885,201

102,715,265

39,405

39,332

40,137

65,778,435

64,091,963

45,890,648

45,257,057

44,276,220

21,167,633

20,521,378

19,815,743

3,148,963

3,190,326

3,888,053

3,143,472

3,185,560

5,265

5,491

4,766

Governm ent deposits— to ta l. . ; ...........; ....................... United States Government— demand........................... United States Government— time.................................. States and subdivisions— demand.................................. States and subdivisions— time........................................

16,592,560 3,729,538 339,013 10,187,514 2,336,495

18,072,974 5,090,847 350,392 10,202,458 2,429,277

16,739,173 4,181,378 347,195 9,811,119 2,399,481

16,570,473 3,726,758 339,003 10,182,708 2,322,004

18,051,430 5,088,649 350,383 10,197,986 2,414,412

16,717,221 4,178,286 347,184 9,807,800 2,383,951

22,087 2,780 10 4,806 14,491

21,544 2,198 9 4,472 14,865

21,952 3,092 11 3,319 15,530

Interbank and postal savings deposits— to ta l. . . . Banks in the United States— demand.......................... Banks in the United States— time................................. Banks in foreign countries— demand............................ Banks in foreign countries— time................................... Postal savings.. ; ................................................................

16,315,786 13,397,581 53,439 1,516,423 1,317,629 30,714

14,839,370 11,808,666 63,390 1,535,162 1,400,718 31,434

16,417,667 13,398,448 77,024 1,497,722 1,412,924 31,549

16,313,156 13,397,246 51,144 1,516,423 1,317,629 30,714

14,836,893 11,808,306 61,273 1,535,162 1,400,718 31,434

16,414,957 13,398,097 74,665 1,497,722 1,412,924 31,549

2,630 335 2,295

2,477 360 2,117

2,710 351 2,359

T otal deposits............................................................... Demand......................................................................... Time...............................................................................

212,225,648 1 U ,090,077 71,135,571

200,764,275 130,710,629 70,053,6^6

203,194,531 13^,83^,395 68,360,136

190,988,628 1U1,037,U86 U9,951,11*2

180,174,053 130,658,776 1*9,515,277

183,309,223 13^,782,730 J+8,526,1*93

21,237,020 52,591 21,18U,h29

20,590,222 51,853 20,538,369

19,885,308 51,665 19,833,61+3

Miscellaneous liabilities— to ta l..................................... Bills payable, rediscounts, and other liabilities for borrowed money............................................................. Acceptances outstanding.................................................. Dividends declared but not yet payable...................... Income collected but not earned.................................... Expenses accrued and unpaid......................................... Other liabilities....................................................................

3,362,435

2,990,302

3,176,449

3,147,093

2,784,366

3,000,402

215,342

205,936

176,047

151,618 456,058 104,954 781,944 796,940 1,070,921

138,166 461,609 93,473 684,317 629,056 983,681

22,937 611,820 94,891 589,287 967,362 890,152

150,318 456,058 94,243 766,686 787,582 892,206

137,666 461,609 73,421 671,845 614,622 825,203

22,887 611,820 90,344 576,723 955,679 742,949

1,300

500

50

10,711 15,258 9,358 178,715

20,052 12,472 14,434 158,478

4,547 12,564 11,683 147,203

T otal liabilities (excluding capital accounts).

215,588,083

203,754,577

206,370,980

194,135,721

182,958,419

186,309,625

21,452,362

20,796,158

20,061,355

T otal liabilities and capital accou n ts............................

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

CO R PO R ATIO N

Dec. 31, 1955

INSURANCE

Dec. 31, 1954

DEPOSIT

June 30, 1955

FEDERAL

Dec. 31, 1955

17,014,776 4,567,389 8,723,412 3,143,900 580,075

16,572,334 4,457,269 8,451,182 3,098,021 565,862

16,198,283 4,286,916 8,299,672 3,019,315 592,380

15,009,058 4,567,389 7,208,545 2,776,533 456,591

14,607,415 4,457,269 6,976,016 2,724,922 449,208

14,278,669 4,286,916 6,856,548 2,653,218 481,987

Pledged assets and securities loaned.........................

21,972,415

22,411,309

21,622,201

21,972,415

22,411,309

21,622,201

Capital stock, notes, and debentures: Par or face value— to ta l............................................... Common s t o c k .............................................................. Capital notes and debentures..................................... Preferred stock ............................ ..........................

4,570,999 4,517,665 33,001 20,333

4,461,019 4,408,878 27,929 24,212

4,291,136 4,238,667 28,105 24,364

4,567,789 4,517,665 29,791 20,333

4,457,769 4,408,878 24,679 24,212

4,287,416 4,238,667 24,385 24,364

Retirable value of preferred stock.................................

30,884

46,440

49,181

30,884

46,440

49,181

Number of banks.......................................................................

13,457

13,505

13,541

13,237

13,287

13,323

Capital accounts— to ta l................................................... Capital stock, notes, and debentures........................... Undivided profits................................................................

2,005,718 (2) 1,514,867 367,367 123,484

1,964,919 (2) 1,475,166 373,099 116,654

1,919,614 (2) 1,443,124 366,097 110,393

M EM OR AND A

3,720

220

218

218

LIABILITIES

3,720

3,250

AND OF OPERATING BANKS

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

3,250

ASSETS

1 Includes stock savings banks. 2 Not reported separately. Included with “ Reserves.” Back figures, 193U-195U: See the Annual Report for 1954, pp. 128-131, and earlier reports.

3,210 3,210

00

E a r n in g s , E x p e n s e s , a n d

D iv id e n d s

of

Insured

B anks

Table 108.

Earnings, expenses, and dividends of insured commercial banks in the United States (continental U. S. and other areas), 1947-1955

Table 109.

Ratios of earnings, expenses, and dividends of insured commercial banks in the United States (continental U. S. and other areas), 1947-1955

Table 110.

Earnings, expenses, and dividends of insured commercial banks in the United States (continental U. S. and other areas), 1955 By class of bank

Table 111.

Ratios of earnings, expenses, and dividends of insured commercial banks in the United States (continental U. S. and other areas), 1955 By class of bank

Table 112.

Earnings, expenses, and dividends of insured commercial banks operating through­ out 1955 in the United States (continental U. S. and other areas) Banks grouped according to amount of deposits

Table 113.

Ratios of earnings, expenses, and dividends of insured commercial banks operating throughout 1955 in the United States (continental U. S. and other areas) Banks grouped according to amount of deposits

Table 114.

Earnings, expenses, and dividends of insured commercial banks in the United States (continental U. S. and other areas), by State, 1955

Table 115.

Income, expenses, and dividends of insured mutual savings banks, 1951-1955

Table 116.

Ratios of income, expenses, and dividends of insured mutual savings banks, 1951-1955

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Commercial banks Reports of earnings, expenses, and dividends are submitted to the Federal supervisory agencies on either a cash or an accrual basis. Earnings data are included for all insured banks operating at the end of the respective years, unless indicated otherwise. In addition, appro­ priate adjustments have been made for banks in operation during part of the year but not at the end of the year. Data for 9 insured branches in Puerto Rico of insured banks in New York are not available. The uniform report of earnings and dividends for commercial banks was revised in 1948 to show separately for the first time charge-offs and transfers to valuation reserves as well as recoveries and transfers from valuation reserves. Also, the actual recoveries and losses that are credited and charged to valuation reserves were reported as memoranda items. Averages of assets and liabilities shown in Tables 108-111 and 114 are based upon figures at the beginning, middle, and end of each year, as reported by banks operating on those dates, adjusted to exclude asset and liability figures for insured branches in Puerto Rico of insured banks in New York. Consequently, the asset and liability averages are not strictly comparable with the earnings data, but the differences are not large enough to affect the totals significantly. Some further in comparability is also introduced into the data by class of bank by shifts between those classes during the year. Assets and liabilities shown in Table 112, and utilized for computation

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

of ratios shown in Table 113, are for the identical banks to which the earnings data pertain. The assets and liabilities are as of December 31, 1955. Mutual savings banks A uniform report of income, expenses, and dividends for mutual sav­ ings banks was adopted by the Corporation for the calendar year 1951. Summaries of these reports for 1951-1955 are given in Tables 115 and 116. Data prior to 1951 are omitted because of lack of comparability. The new form attempts to present operations on a basis accurately reflecting actual income and profit and loss, and provides more detailed information regarding losses and valuation adjustments. For a discussion of the history and principles of this uniform report see pp. 50-52 in Part Two of the 1951 Annual Report. Sources of data National banks, and State banks not members of the Federal Reserve System in the District of Columbia: Office of the Comptroller of the Currency. State banks members of the Federal Reserve System: Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System. Other insured banks: Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.

Table 108.

E a r n i n g s , E x p e n s e s , a n d D iv id e n d s o f I n s u r e d C o m m e r c ia l B a n k s in t h e U n i t e d S t a t e s ( C o n t i n e n t a l U . S. a n d O t h e r A r e a s ) , 1947-1955 (Amounts in thousands of dollars)

Earnings or expense item

1947

1948

1949

1950

1951

1952

1953

^

1954

1955

3,097,670 1,079,535 179,408 1,263,788 18,386 147,761

3,403,586 1,008,138 189,559 1,577,633 22,315 173,791

3,606,879 1,013,515 201,691 1,733,690 26,090 194,013

3,930,696 1,015,456 225,425 1,976,100 31,724 212,272

4,395,411 983,662 249,495 2,390,106 34,595 230,507

4,931,688 1,099,059 276,993 2,742,100 42,295 244,696

5,483,954 1,206,965 297,739 3,107,885 47,850 271,444

5,773,787 1,272,731 324,823 3,205,894 57,550 311,806

6,377,705 1,333,690 351,041 3,625,528 71,048 339,975

FEDERAL

97,264 144,734 166,794

97,456 156,678 178,016

95,420 160,430 182,030

104,602 180,674 184,445

116,140 192,313 198,593

121,868 204,967 199,713

132,978 217,996 201,101

144,140 246,223 210,621

155,004 281,841 219,579

Current operating expenses— to ta l........................... Salaries— officers............................................................... Salaries and wages— employees.................................... Fees paid to directors and members of executive, discount, and other committees............................... Interest on time and savings deposits........................ Interest and discount on borrowed money............... Taxes other than on net income................................... Recurring depreciation on banking house, furniture and fixtures.................................................................... Other current operating expenses................................

1,981,787 344,845 602,266

2,163,514 381,756 662,696

2,283,727 410,685 700,065

2,444,534 446,043 755,681

2,701,313 486,300 864,519

3,028,575 530,035 965,197

3,375,552 582,405 1,069,890

3,638,087 622,862 1,139,013

3,960,173 666,152 1,229,756

DEPOSIT

18,954 298,274 2,656 103,516

20,859 316,570 3,432 106,163

22,608 328,010 3,582 113,569

24,745 343,040 4,296 128,101

27,343 385,344 9,667 135,590

30,871 458,059 20,921 139,290

34,591 534,493 24,171 148,783

37,197 618,341 8,556 166,452

39,563 678,237 23,093 176,840

42,276 569,000

48,271 623,767

53,988 651,219

59,469 683,159

65,845 726,707

74,953 809,252

84,085 897,137

94,720 950,945

108,306 1,038,228

N et current operating earnings..................................

1,115,883

1,240,072

1,323,153

1,486,164

1,694,100

1,903,112

2,108,398

2,135,700

2,417,533

Losses, charge-offs, and transfers to reserve accounts— to ta l......................................................... On securities: Losses and charge-offs................................................ } Transfers to reserve accounts................................... On loans: Losses and charge-offs................................................ } Transfers to reserve accounts................................... DigitizedAll forother.............................................................................. FRASER

http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

266,439

213,187

245,461

169,233

144,146

152,373

631,496

239,598

f \

29,221 24,161 60,025

16,412 26,672 73,196

14,718 38,639 90,469

15,292 12,285 56,563

11,191 20,492 33,806

11,454 27,545 38,865

14,912 60,555 416,520

20,586 39,930 57,085

f \

39,748 48,934 64,350

23,142 28,220 45,546

28,506 29,971 43,157

22,595 28,453 34,046

22,004 27,330 29,324

28,423 18,292 27,794

34,014 57,965 47,530

27,379 50,899 43,722

262,042 45,360 100,189 67,687 48,806

485,753

379,824

366,932

395,687

362,444

448,323

552,606

707,155

118,498

f \

78,590 40,941

38,671 33,044

38,721 54,518

83,756 31,680

97,512 29,531

155,969 54,160

66,670 126,173

221,232 67,276

120,370 55,418

( \

32,393 278,666 55,163

29,064 221,167 57,878

23,030 191,248 59,414

21,215 204,202 54,836

23,637 154,510 57,253

31,774 132,127 74,291

29,269 222,998 107,497

28,159 303,600 86,886

294,286

CO R PO R ATIO N

Recoveries, transfers from reserve accounts, and profits— to ta l..................................................... On securities: Recoveries...................................................................... | Transfers from reserve accounts.............................. Profits on securities sold or redeemed.................... On loans: Recoveries...................................................................... J Transfers from reserve accounts.............................. All other..............................................................................

INSURANCE

Current operating earnings— to ta l........................... Interest on U . S. Government obligations................ Interest and dividends on other securities................ Interest and discount on loans..................................... Service charges and fees on bank’s loans................... Service charges on deposit accounts............................ Other service charges, commissions, fees, and collection and exchange charges............................... Trust department............................................................. Other current operating earnings.................................

1,083,639

1,020,758

1,156,514

1,364,690

1,467,645

1,684,813

1,812,451

2,214,591

1,949,976

302,242 283,046 19,196

275,422 258,490 16,932

325,148 304,572 20,576

427,776 402,582 25,194

559,475 530,810 28,664

694,883 662,277 32,606

786,490 750,796 35,693

907,560 862,065 45,495

793,737 753,883 39,855

N et profits after incom e taxes.....................................

781,397

745,336

831,364

936,915

908,175

989,931

1,025,963

1,307,032

1,156,240

Dividends and interest on capital— to ta l.............. Dividends declared on preferred stock and interest on capital notes and debentures.............................. Cash dividends declared on common stock..............

315,215

331,833

354,144

391,249

418,860

441,971

473,866

516,977

566,124

5,981 309,234

5,230 326,603

5,093 349,052

4,333 386,916

3,876 414,984

3,675 438,298

2,979 470,888

2,912 514,066

2,581 563,543

N et additions to capital from profits......................

466,182

413,503

477,220

545,666

489,315

547,961

552,097

790,055

590,118

M em oranda Recoveries credited to reserve accounts (not included in recoveries above): On securities....................................................................... On loans.............................................................................. Losses charged to reserve accounts (not included in losses above): On securities....................................................................... On loans..............................................................................

0) 0)

7,224 10,844

2,600 19,645

3,565 223,507

2,363 28,477

4,355 31,508

2,232 33,612

3,154 40,384

3,146 39,794

0) (x)

18,031 46,487

6,104 72,978

6,324 257,733

17,725 64,735

25,598 64,607

38,480 89,186

15,841 89,495

68,140 88,417

AND

148,170,261 34,279,792 70,229,835 8,315,081 33,863,334 1,482,219

150,726,513 36,247,026 64,291,298 8,872,676 39,650,962 1,664,551

151,566,078 35,683,829 63,080,739 9,387,984 41,670,879 1,742,647

158,986,894 36,006,423 63,846,830 11,043,342 46,250,272 1,840,027

169,207,394 40,373,273 59,711,922 12,554,632 54,533,221 2,034,346

179,803,463 42,952,808 61,065,059 13,562,462 59,999,743 2,223,391

185,685,283 43,192,523 60,868,295 14,082,070 65,213,144 2,329,251

193,339,614 42,976,798 64,372,065 15,209,165 68,148,039 2,633,547

202,331,676 43,510,745 63,808,049 16,294,075 75,800,688 2,918,119

DIVIDENDS

Liabilities and capital— to ta l...................................... 148,170,261 Total deposits.................................................................... •137,537,907 Demand deposits............................................................ 103,159,254 Time and savings deposits........................................... 34,378,653 Borrowings and other liabilities.................................. 1,104,386 Total capital accounts.................................................... 9,527,968

150,726,513 139,517,461 104,195,063 35,322,398 1,257,852 9,951,200

151,566,078 139,764,394 103,862,159 35,902,235 1,380,578 10,421,106

158,986,894 146,269,294 109,822,638 36,446,656 1,710,204 11,007,396

169,207,394 155,460,465 118,189,171 37,271,294 2,131,162 11,615,767

179,803,463 165,031,495 125,213,842 39,817,653 2,501,055 12,270,913

185,685,283 170,075,888 127,028,332 43,047,556 2,667,917 12,941,478

193,339,614 176,865,497 130,023,191 46,842,306 2,712,778 13,761,339

202,331,676 184,734,232 135,422,891 49,311,341 2,965,764 14,631,680

69,439 296,308

71,566 312,324

73,806 334,961

76,754 358,325

79,574 376,750

82,167 386,625

84,931 408,791

Number of banks, December 3 1 .......................................

13,403

13,419

13,436

13,446

13,455

13,439

13,432

13,323

13,237

Note: Due to rounding differences, data for 1949 through 1955 may not add precisely to the indicated totals. 1 Not available. 2 Revised. * Asset and liability items are averages of figures reported at beginning, middle, and end of year. Back figures, 1934-1946: See the following Annual Reports: 1950, pp. 250-251, and 1941, pp. 158-159.

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

BANKS

67,609 292,015

INSURED

65,740 284,072

OF

Number of active officers, December 3 1 ........................ Number of other employees, December 3 1 ...................

EXPEN SES,

Average assets and liabilities3 Assets— to ta l........................................................................ Cash and due from banks.............................................. United States Government obligations...................... Other securities................................................................. Loans and discounts........................................................ All other assets..................................................................

E AR N IN G S,

N et profits before incom e taxes.................................. Taxes on n et income— to ta l......................................... Federal................................................................................ State.....................................................................................

qj\

Table 109.

R

E a r n in g s , E x p e n s e s , a n d D iv id e n d s o f I n s u r e d C o m m e r c ia l B a n k s U n i t e d S t a t e s (C o n t i n e n t a l U. S . a n d O t h e r A r e a s ), 1947-1955

a t io s

of

Earnings or expense item

1955

1954

1953

1952

1951

1950

1949

1948

I—* oo 05

th e

$100.00 25.83 5.74 51.08 5.40

$100.00 22.38 5.68 55.17 5.24

$100.00 22.29 5.62 56.46 4.96

$100.00 22.01 5.43 57.55 4.95

$100.00 22.04 5.63 56.52 5.40

$100.00 20.91 5.51 57.96 5.33

3.14 10.06

2.86 9.83

2.65 9.49

2.66 9.29

2.64 8.89

2.47 8.20

2.42 7.64

2.50 7.91

2.43 7.86

Current operating expenses— to ta l........................... Salaries, wages, and fees................................................ Interest on time and savings deposits........................ Taxes other than on net income................................... Recurring depreciation on banking house, furniture and fixtures.................................................................... Other current operating expenses................................

63.98 31.19 9.63 3.34

63.57 31.30 9.30 3.12

63.32 31.42 9.10 3.15

62.19 31.20 8.73 3.26

61.46 31.35 8.77 3.09

61.41 30.95 9.29 2.82

61.55 30.76 9.75 2.71

63.01 31.16 10.71 2.88

62.09 30.35 10.63 2.77

1.36 18.46

1.42 18.43

1.50 18.15

1.51 17.49

1.50 16.75

1.52 16.83

1.53 16.80

1.64 16.62

1.70 16.64

N et current operating earnings..................................

36.02

36.43

36.68

37.81

38.54

38.59

38.45

36.99

37.91

2.09 1.34 .75

2.26 1.44 .82

2.38 1.51 .87

2.47 1.54 .93

2.60 1.60 1.00

2.74 1.68 1.06

2.96 1.82 1.14

2.98 1.88 1.10

3.15 1.96 1.19

A m ounts per $100 of total assets1 Current operating earnings— total................................... Current operating expenses— total................................... Net current operating earnings................... ..................... Recoveries, transfers from reserve accounts, and profits— total...................................................................... Losses, charge-offs, and transfers to reserve ac­ counts— total..................................................................... Net profits before income taxes........................................ Net profits after income taxes........................................... A m ounts per $100 of total capital ac­ counts1 Net current operating earnings......................................... Recoveries, transfers from reserve accounts, and Losses, charge-offs, and transfers to reserve ac­ counts— total..................................................................... Net profits before income taxes........................................ Taxes on net income............................................................ Net profits after income taxes........................................... Cash dividends declared...................................................... Net additions to capital from profits..............................

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

.18

.18

.14

.16

.10

.08

.08

.33

.12

.20 .73 .53

.32 .68 .49

.25 .76 .55

.23 .86 .59

.23 .87 .54

.20 .94 .55

.24 .98 .55

.28 1.15 .68

.35 .96 .57

11.71

12.46

12.70

13.50

14.58

15.51

16.29

15.52

16.52

2.75

2.68

2.04

2.23

1.46

1.17

1.18

4.59

1.34

3.09 11.37 3.17 8.20 3.31 4.89

4.88 10.26 2.77 7.49 3.33 4.16

3.64 11.10 3.12 7.98 3.40 4.58

3.33 12.40 3.89 8.51 3.55 4.96

3.41 12.63 4.81 7.82 3.61 4.21

2.95 13.73 5.66 8.07 3.60 4.47

3.46 14.01 6.08 7.93 3.66 4.27

4.02 16.09 6.59 9.50 3.76 5.74

4.83 13.33 5.43 7.90 3.87 4.03

CO R PO R ATIO N

$100.00 28.10 5.59 48.79 5.38

INSURANCE

$100.00 29.62 5.57 47.01 5.11

DEPOSIT

$100.00 34.85 5.79 41.39 4.77

FEDERAL

A m ou n ts per $100 of current operating earnings Current operating earnings— to ta l........................... Interest on U . S. Government obligations................ Interest and dividends on other securities................ Income on loans................................................................ Service charges on deposit accounts............................ Other service charges, commissions, fees, and collection and exchange charges............................... Other current operating earnings.................................

1947

in

4.34

4.45

4.64

4.84

4.79

4.88

1.61 2.15 .19 .91

1.59 2.04 .19 .94

1.65 1.99 .20 1.03

1.80 2.04 .20 1.15

1.98 2.11 .21 1.24

1.98 2.14 .24 1.32

2.09 2.15 .25 1.38

Assets and liabilities per $100 of total assets1 Assets— to ta l........................................................................ Cash and due from banks.............................................. United States Government obligations...................... Other securities................................................................. Loans and discounts........................................................ All other assets..................................................................

100.00 23.14 47.40 5.61 22.85 1.00

100.00 24.05 42.65 5.89 26.31 1.10

100.00 23.55 41.62 6.19 27.49 1.15

100.00 22.65 40.16 6.94 29.09 1.16

100.00 23.86 35.29 7.42 32.23 1.20

100.00 23.89 33.96 7.54 33.37 1.24

100.00 23.26 32.78 7.58 35.12 1.26

100.00 22.23 33.29 7.87 35.25 1.36

100.00 21.51 31^54 8.05 37.46 1.44

Liabilities and capital— to ta l....................................... Total deposits.................................................................... Demand deposits........................................................... Time and savings deposits........................................... Borrowings and other liabilities................................... Total capital accounts....................................................

100.00 92.82 69.62 23.20 .75 6.43

100.00 92.56 69.13 23.43 .84 6.60

100.00 92.21 68.52 23.69 .91 6.88

100.00 92.00 69.08 22.92 1.08 6.92

100.00 91.88 69.85 22.03 1.26 6.86

100.00 91.78 69.64

100.00 91.59

22.14

1.39 6.83

23.18 1.44 6.97

100.00 91.48 67.25 24.23 1.40 7.12

100.00 91.30 66.93 24.37 1.47 7.23

Number of banks, December 3 1 .......................................

13,403

13,419

13,436

13,446

13,455

13,439

13,432

13,323

13,237

1 Asset and liability items are averages of figures reported at beginning, middle, and end of year. Back figures, 1934-1946: See the following Annual Reports: 1950, pp. 252-253, and 1941, pp. 160-161.

OF INSURED BANKS

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

68.41

DIVIDENDS

4.22

1.57 2.14 .17 .90

AND

4.04

1.54 2.16 .14 .87

EXPENSES,

3.79

E AR N IN G S,

Special ratios1 Income on loans per $100 of loans................................... Income on U . S. Government obligations per $100 of U . S. Government obligations................................. Income on other securities per $100 of other securities. Service charges per $100 of demand deposits............... Interest paid per $100 of time and savings deposits..

CO

Table 110.

E

a r n in g s , E x p e n s e s , a n d D iv id e n d s U n i t e d S t a t e s ( C o n t i n e n t a l U . S.

op

I n s u r e d C o m m e r c ia l B a n k s O t h e r A r e a s ), 1955

in

th e

and

BY CLASS OP BANK (Amounts in thousands of dollars) Members F. R . System Total National

State

Not members F. R . System

Operating throughout the year1

Operating less than full year2

1,035,960 215,895 55,504 604,089 9,690 65,951 45,260 14,886 24,685

6,319,292 1,324,434 348,897 3,603,971 70,497 336,745 153,976 265,978 214,796

58,413 9,256 2,144 21,557 551 3,230 1,028 15,863 4,783

Salaries and wages— employees................................................................................. Fees paid to directors and members of executive, discount, and other committees Interest on time and savings deposits............................................................................. Interest and discount on borrowed money..................................................................... Taxes other than on net income....................................................................................... Recurring depreciation on banking house, furniture and fixtures........................... Other current operating expenses.....................................................................................

3,960,173 666,152 1,229,756 39,563 678,237 23,093 176,840 108,306 1,038,228

2,097,243 333,902 652,274 18,264 372,331 12,413 101,267 59,357 547,435

1,167,194 177,744 407,321 8,919 170,373 9,529 47,701 27,476 318,132

695,736 154,506 170,161 12,380 135,533 1,151 27,872 21,473 172,661

3,917,913 659,114 1,215,230 39,183 674,105 23,056 175,564 107,243 1,024,420

42,260 7,038 14,526 380 4,132 37 1,276 1,063 13,808

N et current operating earnings.......................................................................................

2,417,533

1,327,993

749,315

340,225

2,401,380

16,153

Recoveries, transfers from reserve accounts, and profits— to ta l..................... On securities: Recoveries........................................................................................................................... Transfers from reserve accounts................................................................................... Profits on securities sold or redeemed......................................................................... On loans:

239,598

134,917

77,587

27,094

235,929

3,669

20,586 39,930 57,085

13,651 29,235 35,769

4,665 8,312 14,898

2,270 2,383 6,418

20,534 39,249 56,872

52 681 213

27,379 50,899 43,722

14,574 18,822 22,866

6,165 28,906 14,642

6,640 3,171 6,214

27,163 50,205 41,908

216 694 1,814

Service charges on deposit accounts................................................................................. Other service charges, commissions, fees, and collection and exchange charges.. Other current operating earnings...................................................................................... Current operating expenses— to ta l................................................................................

Transfers from reserve accounts................................................................................... Losses, charge-offs, and transfers to reserve accounts— to ta l.......................... On securities: Losses and charge-offs...................................................................................................... Transfers to reserve accounts........................................................................................ On loans: Losses and charge-offs...................................................................................................... Transfers to reserve accounts........................................................................................

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

707,155

376,341

237,614

93,200

702,481

4,674

221,232 67,276

121,980 36,312

73,511 26,774

25,741 4,190

218,705 67,272

2,527 4

28,159 303,600 86,886

14,197 158,141 45,711

3,646 107,491 26,191

10,316 37,968 14,984

27,953 302,294 86,254

206 1,306 632

CO R PO R ATIO N

1,916,509 362,915 100,575 1,073,261 21,707 85,956 44,481 163,959 63,656

INSURANCE

3,425,236 754,880 194,962 1,948,178 39,651 188,068 65,263 102,996 131,238

DEPOSIT

6,377,705 1,333,690 351,041 3,625,528 71,048 339,975 155,004 281,841 219,579

Current operating earnings— to ta l................................................................................ Interest on U. S. Government obligations..................................................................... Interest and dividends on other securities..................................................................... Interest and discount on loans..........................................................................................

FEDERAL

Earnings or expense item

N et profits heforp. Inrnmft taxfts........... .......................

1,949,976

1,086,569

589,289

274,118

1,934,829

15,147

793,737 753,883 39,855

444,863 427,249 17,614

245,900 228,106 17,795

102,974 98,528 4,446

786,543 747,229 39,315

7,194 6,654 540

N et profits after incom e taxes.........................................................................................

641,706

343,388

171,146

1,148,287

7,953

566,124

309,075

191,835

65,214

561,222

4,902

2,581 563,543

203 308,872

1,527 190,308

851 64,363

2,572 558,650

9 4,893

Net additions to capital from profits...........................................................................

590,118

332,631

151,554

105,933

587,066

3,052

3,146 39,794

2,107 24,704

612 8,885

427 6,205

3,143 39,214

3 580

68,140 88,417

30,753 54,446

34,749 21,223

2,638 12,748

68,140 87,708

709

Average assets and liabilities3 Assets— to ta l............................................................................................................................ Cash and due from banks.................................................................................................. United States Government obligations........................................................................... Other securities...................................................................................................................... Loans and discounts............................................................................................................ All other assets......................................................................................................................

202,331,676 43,510,745 63,808,049 16,294,075 75,800,688 2,918,119

112,329,247 24,750,088 35,881,262 9,255,997 40,854,733 1,587,167

61,425,098 13,844,536 17,789,363 4,459,246 24,318,901 1,013,052

28,577,331 4,916,121 10,137,424 2,578,832 10,627,054 317,900

Liabilities and capital— to ta l........................................................................................... Total deposits........................................................................................................................ Demand deposits................................................................................................................ Time and savings deposits............................................................................................... Borrowings and other liabilities........................................................................................ Total capital accounts.........................................................................................................

202,331,676 184,734,232 135,1*22,891 1*9,311,31*1 2,965,764 14,631,680

112,329,247 102,796,397 75,700,297 27,096,100 1,628,168 7,904,682

61,425,098 55,739,401 1*2,791,312 12,91*8,089 1,108,333 4,577,364

28,577,331 26,198,434 16,931,282 9,267,152 229,263 2,149,634

Number of active officers, December 3 1 .......................................................................... .. Number of other employees, December 3 1 ........................................................................

84,931 408,791

39,941 213,960

18,667 128,193

26,323 66,638

84,348 405,862

583 2,929

Number of banks, December 3 1 ...........................................................................................

13,237

4,692

1,847

6,698

13,117

120

EXPENSES,

1,156,240

Dividends and interest on capital— to ta l................................................................... Dividends declared on preferred stock and interest on capital notes and debentures........................................................................................................................... Cash dividends declared on common stock...................................................................

EA R N IN G S,

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

Taxes on net income— to ta l............................................................................................. Federal..................................................................................................................................... State.........................................................................................................................................

Memoranda Recoveries credited to reserve accounts (not included in recoveries above):

AND

On loans.................................................................................................................................. Losses charged to reserve accounts (not included in losses above): On securities........................................................................................................................... On loans..................................................................................................................................

DIVIDENDS OF INSURED BANKS

Note: Due to rounding differences, earnings data of State banks may not add precisely to the indicated totals. 1 Adjusted to include data for 6 large national banks which were taken over by State banks during the year. 2 Includes banks operating less than full year, except 6 large national banks which were taken over by State banks during the year, and a few banks which engage primarily in fiduciary business. 3 Asset and liability items are averages of figures reported at beginning, middle, and end of year. i—* Back figures, 1931*-1951*: See Table 108, pp. 134-135, the Annual Report for 1954, pp. 142-143, and earlier reports.

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

CO

CO

Table 111.

R

a t io s

o f E a r n i n g s , E x p e n s e s , a n d D i v i d e n d s o f I n s u r e d C o m m e r c ia l B a n k s U n i t e d S t a t e s ( C o n t i n e n t a l U . S. a n d O t h e r A r e a s ) , 1 955

in

th e

BY CLASS OF BANK

State

Losses charged to reserve accounts (not included in losses above):

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

$100.00 18.94 5.25 57.13 4.48 2.32 11.88

$100.00 20.84 5.36 59.25 6.36 4.37 3.82

62.09 30.35 10.63 2.77 1.70 16.64

61.23 29.32 10.87 2.96 1.73 16.35

60.90 30.99 8.89 2.49 1.43 17.10

67.16 32.54 13.08 2.69 2.07 16.78

37.91

38.77

39.10

32.84

3.15 1.96 1.19 .12 .35 .96 .57

3.05 1.87 1.18 .12 .33 .97 .57

3.12 1.90 1.22 .13 .39 .96 .56

3.63 2.44 1.19 .09 .32 .96 .60

(2) .02

(2) .02

(2) .01

(2) .02

.03 .04

.03 .05

.06 .03

.01 .04

CO R PO R ATIO N

M em oranda Recoveries credited to reserve accounts (not included in recoveries above):

$100.00 22.04 5.69 58.03 5.49 1.91 6.84

INSURANCE

A m ou n ts per $100 of total assets1

$100.00 20.91 5.51 57.96 5.33 2.43 7.86

DEPOSIT

A m ou n ts per $100 of current operating earnings

Not members F. R. System

Total National

FEDERAL

Members F. R. System Earnings or expense item

A m ounts per $100 of total capital accounts1 16.80 1.71 4.76 13.75 5.63 8.12 3.91 4.21

16.37 1.69 5.19 12.87 5.37 7.50 4.19 3.31

15.83 1.26 4.34 12.75 4.79 7.96 3.03 4.93

.02 .27

.03 .31

.01 .19

.02 .29

.47 .60

.39 .69

.76 .46

.12 .59

Special ratios1 Income on loans per $100 of loans................................................................................................................................... Income on U . S. Government obligations per $100 of U. S. Government obligations....................................... Income on other securities per $100 of other securities.......................................................................................... Service charges per $100 of demand deposits............................................................................................. Interest paid per $100 of time and savings deposits......................................................................

4.88 2.09 2.15 .25 1.38

4.87 2.10 2.11 .25 1.37

4.50 2.04 2.26 .20 1.32

5.78 2.13 2.15 .39 1.46

Assets and liabilities per $100 of total assets1 Assets— to ta l.......................................................................................................................................................... Cash and due from banks............................................................................................................................................. United States Government obligations....................................................................................................................... Other securities................................................................................................................................................. Loans and discounts......................................................................................................................................................... All other assets...................................................................................................................................................................

100.00 21.51 31.54 8.05 37.46 1.44

100.00 22.04 31.94 8.24 36.37 1.41

100.00 22.54 28.96 7.26 39.59 1.65

100.00 17.20 35.47 9.03 37.19 1.11

DIVIDENDS

Liabilities and capital— to ta l................................................................................................................................... Total deposits....................................................................................................................................... ... D e m a n d d e p o s i t s ............................................................................................................................... T i m e d e p o s i t s ................................................................................................................. . ... Borrowings and other liabilities.................................................................................................................................... Total capital accounts...........................................................................................................

100.00 91.30

100.00 91.51

100.00 90.74

100.00 91.68

OF

6 6 .9 3

6 7 .3 9

2 4 .3 7

2 4 .1 2

6 9 .6 6 2 1 .0 8

5 9 .2 5 3 2 .4 3

1.47 7.23

1.45 7.04

1.81 7.45

.80 7.52

Number of banks, December 3 1 ......................................................................................................................................

13,237

4,692

1,847

6,698

.

Net profits after income taxes............................................................................................................................................ Cash dividends declared...................................................................................................................................................... Net additions to capital from profits............................................................................................................................... Memoranda Recoveries credited to reserve accounts (not included in recoveries above): On securities.......................................................................................................................................................................

INSURED BANKS

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

AND

» Asset and liability items are averages of figures reported at beginning, middle, and end of year. 3 Less than .005. B a c k f i g u r e s , 1 9 3 4 - 1 9 5 4 : See Table 109, pp. 136-137, the Annual Report for 1954, pp. 144-145, and earlier reports.

E X P E N S E S,

Losses charged to reserve accounts (not included in losses above): On securities.......................................................................................................................................................................

E AR N IN G S,

16.52 1.64 4.83 13.33 5.43 7.90 3.87 4.03

Recoveries, transfers from reserve accounts, and profits— total.......................................................................... .. Losses, charge-offs, and transfers to reserve accounts— total....................................................................

Table 112.

E a r n i n g s , E x p e n s e s , a n d D iv id e n d s o f I n s u r e d C o m m e r c ia l B a n k s O p e r a t i n g T h r o u g h o u t 1 9 5 5 i n t h e U n i t e d S t a t e s ( C o n t i n e n t a l U . S. a n d O t h e r A r e a s ) BANKS GROUPED ACCORDING TO AMOUNT OF DEPOSITS Banks with deposits of— 2

Earnings or expense item

All banks1

Less than $1,000,000

$1,000,000 to $2,000,000

$2 ,000,000 to $5,000,000

$5,000,000 $10,000,000 $25,000,000 $50,000,000 $100,000,000 $500,000,000 or to to to to to more $10,000,000 $25,000,000 $50,000,000 $100,000,000 $500,000,000

2,122,712 408,831 129,026 1,210,285 36,112 84,079

17,790 12,625 20,246

10,949 12,463 17,404

10,070 18,367 17,183

27,755 84,865 56,407

42,556 132,789 79,034

340,488 74,008 83,512

475,765 85,899 133,660

305,140 50,058 92,349

299,801 46,067 95,998

824,104 115,320 281,244

1,208,042 148,400 442,900

9,163 63,196 368 14,772

6,811 65,875 356 15,329

6,704 88,616 776 20,430

2,835 55,301 1,006 13,551

2,323 45,650 1,408 13,614

4,172 118,229 6,994 38,755

3,184 215,075 12,017 53,165

2,868 23,198

10,798 74,520

12,219 82,380

17,116 122,564

10,355 79,686

9,131 85,610

20,949 238,442

23,027 310,274

16,447

55,649

174,350

177,320

239,743

159,631

161,596

501,977

914,670

235,929

1,595

3,860

11,352

11,972

16,434

12,401

15,312

59,049

103,955

20,534 39,249 56,872

57 123

208 75 460

1,035 334 2,148

1,140 663 3,064

2,315 2,123 4,396

1,119 1,754 3,134

2,007 1,010 3,646

4,049 15,204 12,558

8,603 18,086 27,344

27,163 50,205 41,908

1,115 102 197

2,219 221 677

4,681 862 2,292

3,338 1,535 2,232

2,375 1,487 3,737

1,050 2,587 2,758

1,128 4,045 3,476

3,407 10,714 13,117

7,848 28,653 13,423

502,293 115,866 27,743 298,577 2,327 28,305

153,976 265,978 214,796

3,333 35 738

8,371 169 2,672

18,676 1,109 9,689

14,476 3,557 11,424

Current operating expenses— to ta l.............. Salaries— officers.................................................. Salaries and wages— employees....................... Fees paid to directors and members of execu­ tive, discount, and other committees........ Interest on time and savings deposits........... Interest and discount on borrowed money. . Taxes other than on net income...................... Recurring depreciation on banking house, furniture and fixtures..................................... Other current operating expenses....................

3,917,913 659,114 1,215,230

33,235 13,508 4,246

103,394 35,833 16,217

327,944 90,023 65,104

39,183 674,105 23,056 175,564

950 4,589 40 1,383

3,043 17,576 92 4,568

107,243 1,024,420

776 7,747

N et current operating earnings.....................

2,401,380

Recoveries, transfers from reserve ac­ counts, and profits— to ta l........................ On securities: Recoveries......................................................... Transfers from reserve accounts................. Profits on securities sold or redeemed. . . . On loans: Recoveries......................................................... Transfers from reserve accounts................. All other................................................................. Losses, charge-offs, and transfers to re­ serve accounts— to ta l................................. On securities: Losses and charge-offs.................................... Transfers to reserve accounts...................... On loans: Losses and charge-offs.................................... Transfers to reserve accounts...................... Digitized for FRASER All other.................................................................

http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

thousand.8 of 715,507 159,439 38,661 405,838 6,691 54,218

702,481

3,357

10,766

38,530

46,271

67,775

49,590

52,927

171,570

261,696

218,705 67,272

300 53

1,414 288

10,176 1,035

14,820 1,714

24,578 2,061

18,509 2,632

18,492 3,729

54,663 21,105

75,752 34,656

27,953 302,294 86,254

1,772 780 452

4,117 3,082 1,865

7,475 13,324 6,520

5,126 18,288 6,323

3,236 28,793 9,107

703 22,026 5,719

1,114 22,799 6,793

1,043 70,625 24,134

3,369 122,577 25,342

CO R PO R ATIO N

1,326,080 274,032 65,177 744,087 11,868 61,890

159,043 35,307 6,618 97,406 707 7,796

INSURANCE

461,396 97,902 23,492 260,743 4,633 29,008

49,682 10,129 1,654 31,194 296 2,302

DEPOSIT

dollars) 464,769 105,879 25,618 255,192 4,371 32,894

6,319,292 1,324,434 348,897 3,603,971 70,497 336,745

FEDERAL

(Amounts in 517,808 117,048 30,910 300,648 3,490 36,255

Current operating earnings— to ta l.............. Interest on U . S. Government obligations.. . Interest and dividends on other securities.. . Interest and discount on loans........................ Service charges and fees on bank’s loans----Service charges on deposit accounts............... Other service charges, commissions, fees, collection and exchange charges.................. Trust department................................................ Other current operating earnings....................

14,686

48,743

147,171

143,021

188,401

122,442

123,980

389,456

756,930

786,543 747,229 39,315

4,367 4,189 179

14,584 13,986 598

48,807 47,128 1,679

55,366 53,627 1,740

80,454 77,837 2,617

52,730 51,184 1,547

53,011 50,919 2,092

167,025 160,264 6,762

310,197 288,097 22,100

N et profits after incom e taxes........................

1,148,287

10,318

34,159

98,365

87,654

107,948

69,713

70,969

222,431

446,733

Dividends and interest on capital— to ta l.. Dividends declared on preferred stock and interest on capital notes and debentures.. Cash dividends declared on common stock..

561,222

3,701

11,788

35,957

33,491

43,361

29,806

32,006

111,040

260,073

2,572 558,650

6 3,694

24 11,764

128 35,829

139 33,352

276 43,085

205 29,601

545 31,461

1,244 109,796

4 260,069

N et additions to capital from profits..........

587,066

6,616

22,371

62,408

54,162

64,587

39,907

38,963

111,392

186,660

3,143 39,214

220

2 845

40 3,533

121 4,112

52 4,638

69 2,351

114 3,111

824 6,399

1,921 14,006

68,140 87,708

1 511

20 1,732

210 7,103

448 7,913

2,182 9,854

1,737 5,515

3,625 7,418

15,001 14,278

44,914 33,386

AND

Assets and liabilities2 Assets— to ta l........................................................... 208,505,686 Cash and due from banks................................. 46,407,454 United States Government obligations......... 60,657,844 Other securities.................................................... 16,327,587 Loans and discounts........................................... 82,155,244 2,957,557

1,370,657 298,271 480,106 74,719 509,610 7,951

4,598,653 943,417 1,641,700 303,696 1,676,056 33,784

15,269,948 3,006,136 5,398,209 1,342,035 5,385,946 137,622

15,783,665 3,029,231 5,490,622 1,561,585 5,532,518 169,709

21,713,803 4,149,916 7,492,230 1,987,596 7,800,800 283,261

14,697,204 2.920.630 5.002.631 1,293,409 5,279,412 201,122

14,722,134 3,197,319 4,592,727 1,189,053 5,535,603 207,432

44,560,321 10,856,730 12,512,753 3,056,260 17,497,929 636,649

75,789,301 18,005,804 18,046,866 5,519,234 32,937,370 1,280,027

DIVIDENDS

Liabilities and capital— to ta l.......................... 208,505,686 190,466,725 Demand deposits............................................... HO,666,121 Time and savings deposits.............................. 1+9,800,601+ 3,113,553 Borrowings and other liabilities...................... Total capital accounts........................................ 14,925,408

1,370,657 1,221,019 926,1+52 291+,567 3,360 146,278

4,598,653 4,153,291 2,951,825 1,201 ,1+66 13,943 431,419

15,269,948 13,958,962 9,4.87,831 It,521,131 61,602 1,249,384

15,783,665 14,529,957 9,552,1+08 U,977,51+9 94,302 1,159,406

21,713,803 20,042,774 13,108,91+2 6,933,832 184,567 1,486,462

14,697,204 13,590,861 9,271,220 1+,319,61+1 149,255 957,088

14,722,134 13,601,417 9,992,011+ 3,609,1+03 171,784 948,933

44,560,321 41,055,660 32,229,129 8,826,531 568,560 2,936,101

75,789,301 68,312,784 53,196,300 15,116,1+81+ 1,886,180 5,610,337

Number of active officers, December 3 1 ........... Number of other employees, December 3 1 ... .

84,348 405,862

3,976 2,674

7,988 8,217

16,260 28,018

10,905 32,394

10,760 49,140

5,701 33,064

4,823 33,724

10,837 93,059

13,098 125,572

Number of banks, December 3 1 ..........................

13,117

1,736

2,827

4,330

2,074

1,320

398

197

192

43

N et profits before incom e taxes.............. ..

Losses charged to reserve accounts (not in­ cluded in losses above):

INSURED BANKS

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

OF

Note: Due to rounding differences, components may not add precisely to the indicated totals. 1 This group of banks is the same as the group shown in Table 110 under the heading “ Operating throughout the year." 2 Asset and liability items are as of December 31, 1955. Back figures, 191+1-1951+: See the Annual Report for 1954, pp. 146-147, and earlier reports.

EXPENSES,

Memoranda Recoveries credited to reserve accounts (not included in recoveries above):

EAR N IN G S,

1,934,829

Taxes on net income— to ta l............................

T a b le

113.

R a t i o s o f E a r n i n g s , E x p e n s e s , a n d D iv id e n d s o f I n s u r e d C o m m e r c ia l B a n k s O p e r a t i n g T h r o u g h o u t 1955 i n t h e U n i t e d S t a t e s (C o n t i n e n t a l U . S. a n d O t h e r A r e a s ) B AN K S GROUPED ACCORDING TO AMOUNT OF DEPOSITS

Banks with deposits of— 2 Earnings or expense item

$100.GO 20.39 3.33 63.38 4.63

$5,000,000 $10,000,000 $25,000,000 $50,000,000 $100,000,000 $500,000,000 or to to to to to more $10,000,000 $25,000,000 $50,000,000 $100,000,000 $500,000,000

$1,000,000 to $2,000,000

$2 ,000,000 to $5,000,000

$100.00 22.20 4.16 61.69 4.90

$100.00 23.07 5.52 59.91 5.63

$100.00 22.60 5.97 58.74 7.00

$100.00 22.28 5.40 57.66 7.58

$100.00 22.78 5.51 55.85 7.08

$100.00 21.22 5.09 57.52 6.29

$100.00 20.66 4.92 57.01 4.67

$100.00 19.26 6.08 58.72 3.96

5.26 1.79

3.72 2.15

2.80 2.89

2.49 4.59

2.35 6.43

2.18 7.70

2.09 10.65

2.00 9.98

Current operating expenses— to ta l.............. Salaries, wages, and fees. . . . ........................ Interest on time and savings deposits........... Taxes other than on net income...................... Recurring depreciation on banking house, furniture and fixtures..................................... Other current operating expenses....................

62.00 30.28 10.67 2.78

66.90 37.65 9.24 2.78

65.01 34.64 11.05 2.87

65.29 32.71 12.58 2.94

65.76 31.74 12.72 2.96

66.49 31.62 12.38 2.86

65.65 31.25 11.90 2.91

64.98 31.29 9.90 2.95

62.15 30.22 8.92 2.92

56.91 28.01 10.13 2.50

1.70 16.57

1.56 15.67

1.80 14.65

2.15 14.91

2.36 15.98

2.39 17.24

2.23 17.36

1.98 18.86

1.58 18.51

1.09 15.18

N et current operating earnings.....................

38.00

33.10

34.99

34.71

34.24

33.51

34.35

35.02

37.85

43.09

3.03 1.88 1.15

3.62 2.42 1.20

3.46 2.25 1.21

3,29 2.15 1.14

3.28 2.16 1.12

3.29 2.19 1.10

3.16 2.07 1.09

3.13 2.03 1.10

2.98 1.85 1.13

2.80 1.59 1.21

.11

.12

.08

.07

.08

.08

.08

.10

.13

.14

.33 .93 .55

.25 1.07 .75

.23 1.06 .74

.25 .96 .64

.29 .91 .56

.31 .87 .50

.34 .83 .47

.36 .84 .48

.39 .87 .50

.35 1.00 .59

(*) .02

.02

(3) .02

(s) .02

(3) .03

(*) .02

(8) .02

(s) .02

(*) .01

(3) .02

.03 .04

(8) .04

(3) .04

(3) .05

(3) .05

.01 .05

.01 .04

.02 .05

A m ounts per $100 of total assets2 Current operating earnings— total...................... Current operating expenses— total...................... Net current operating earnings............................ Recoveries, transfers from reserve accounts, and profits— total............................................ Losses, charge-offs, and transfers to reserve accounts— total..................................... Net profits before income taxes................ Net profits after income taxes................... M em oranda Recoveries credited to reserve accounts (not included in recoveries above): On securities.......................................................... j On loans............................................................. Losses charged to reserve accounts (not in­ cluded in losses above): On securities.......................................................... DigitizedOn forloans................................................................. FRASER

http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

.03 ! .03 j

.06 .04

CORPORATION

6.71 1.56

INSURANCE

2.43 7.61

DEPOSIT

$100.00 20.96 5.52 58.15 5.33

Less than $1,000,000

FEDERAL

A m ou n ts per $100 of current operating earnings Current operating earnings— t o t a l.. . ......... Interest on U. S. Government obligations. . Interest and dividends on other securities. . . Income on loans................................................... Service charges on deposit accounts............... Other service charges, commissions, fees, and collection and exchange charges......... Other current operating earnings....................

All banks1

12.90

13.95

15.30

16.13

16.68

17.03

17.10

1.09

.89

.91

1.03

1.10

1.29

1.62

2.01

1.85

4.71 12.96 5.27 7.69 3.76 3.93

2.29 10.04 2.99 7.05 2.53 4.52

2.49 11.30 3.38 7.92 2.73 5.19

3.08 11.78 3.91 7.87 2.88 4.99

3.99 12.34 4.78 7.56 2.89 4.67

4.56 12.67 5.41 7.26 2.92 4.34

5.18 12.79 5.51 7.28 3.11 4.17

5.58 13.07 5.59 7.48 3.37 4.11

5.85 13.26 5.69 7.57 3.78 3.79

4.66 13.49 5.53 7.96 4.63 3.33

.02 .26

.15

.20

(3) .28

.01 .35

(3) .31

.01 .25

.01 .33

.03 .22

.03 .25

.46 .59

(3) .35

(s) .40

.02 .57

.04 .68

.15 .66

.18 .58

.38 .78

.51 .49

.80 .60

6.18

5.85

5.59

5.50

5.29

4.92

4.79

4.32

3.78

2.11

2.15

2.15

2.13

2.13

2.12

2.13

2.19

2.27

2.14 .24

2.21 .25

2.18 .26

2.07 .30

1.98 .38

1.95 .41

1.98 .35

1.98 .29

2.13 .19

2.34 .16

1.40

1.32

1.28

1.28

1.26

1.34

1.42

100.00 22.26 29.09 7.83 39.40 1.42

100.00 21.76 35.03 5.45 37.18 .58

100.00 20.52 35.70 6.60 36.45 .73

100.00 19.69 35.35 8.79 35.27 .90

100.00 19.19 34.79 9.89 35.05 1.08

100.00 19.11 34.50 9.15 35.93 1.31

100.00 19.87 34.04 8.80 35.92 1.37

100.00 21.72 31.19 8.08 37.60 1.41

100.00 24.36 28.08 6.86 39.27 1.43

100.00 23.76 23.81 7.28 43.46 1.69

Liabilities and capital— to ta l.......................... Total deposits....................................................... Demand deposits............................................... Time deposits..................................................... Borrowings and other liabilities....................... Total capital accounts........................................

100.00 91.35 67.1*6 23.89 1.49 7.16

100.00 89.08 67.59 21.1*9 .25 10.67

100.00 90.32 61*.19 26.13 .30 9.38

100.00 91.42 61.81 29.61 .40 8.18

100.00 92.06 60.52 31.51* .60 7.34

100.00 92.30 60.37 31.93 .85 6.85

100.00 92.47 63.08 29.39 1.02 6.51

100.00 92.39 67.87 21*.52 1.17 6.44

100.00 92.13 72.32 19.81 1.28 6.59

100.00 90.14 70.19 19.95 2.46 7.40

Number of banks, December 31 ..........................

13,117

1,736

2,827

4,330

2,074

1,320

398

197

192

43

1 This group of banks is the same as the group shown in Table 110 under the heading “Operating throughout the year.” These ratios differ slightly from the ratios for all insured commercial banks shown in Tables 109 and 111. 2 Asset and liability items are as of December 31, 1955. * Less than .005. Back figures, 191*1-195!*: See the Annual Report for 1954, pp. 148-149, and earlier reports.

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

BANKS

1.46

INSURED

1.56

OF

1.35

Assets and liabilities per $100 of total assets2 Assets— to ta l........................................................... Cash and due from banks................................. United States Government obligations......... Other securities.................................................... Loans and discounts........................................... All other assets.....................................................

DIVIDENDS

4.47 2.18

AND

Special ratios2 Income on loans per $100 of loans...................... Income on U. S. Government obligations per $100 of U . S. Government obligations___ Income on other securities per $100 of other other securities................................................. Service charges per $100 of demand deposits. . Interest paid per $100 of time and savings deposits...............................................................

11.24

1.58

E X P E N SE S ,

M em oranda Recoveries credited to reserve accounts (not included in recoveries above): On securities.......................................................... On loans................................................................. Losses charged to reserve accounts (not in­ cluded in losses above): On securities.......................................................... On loans.................................................................

16.30

16.09

E AR N IN G S,

A m ounts per $100 of total capital accounts2 Net current operating earnings............................ Recoveries, transfers from reserve accounts, and profits— total............................................ Losses, charge-offs, and transfers to reserve accounts— total................................................ Net profits before income taxes........................... Taxes on net income................................................ Net profits after income taxes.............................. Cash dividends declared......................................... Net additions to capital from profits.................

Table 114.

E a r n i n g s , E x p e n s e s , a n d D iv i d e n d s o f I n s u r e d C o m m e r c i a l B a n k s U n i t e d S t a t e s (C o n t i n e n t a l U . S. a n d O t h e r A r e a s ), b y S t a t e , 1955 (Amounts in thousands of dollars)

U . S. (continental U . S.and other areas)

Other current operating earnings....................

Recoveries, transfers from reserve ac­ counts and profits— t o t a l....................... On securities: Recoveries.......................................................... Transfers from reserve accounts................. Profits on securities sold or redeemed. . . . On loans:

Losses, charge-offs, and transfers to reOn securities: On loans: Transfers to reserve accounts................ .. N et before income taxes.................... Digitized forprofits FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Colorado

Connec­ ticut

6,377,705 1,833,690 351,041 3,625,528 71,048 339,975

5,259 1,170 196 2,505 280 400

10,133 610 716 6,856 206 206

2,045 385 102 1,207 24 136

6,360,268 1,331,525 350,027 3,614,960 70,538 339,233

56,782 10,604 3,699 33,939 337 3,224

33,174 4,818 1,534 20,620 982 2,486

33,240 6,760 2,468 18,497 93 1,965

713,945 131,870 34,638 419,639 20,015 51,186

56,760 11,927 1,618 33,349 784 4,797

77,968 13,852 3,943 43,012 429 5,087

155,004 281,841 219,579

567 37 104

1,306 6 227

146 45

152,985 281,798 219,203

2,161 1,321 1,497

753 678 1,303

2,203 354 902

13,251 21,670 21,678

1,150 1,805 1,331

1,501 7,013 3,131

3,960,173 666,152 1,229,756

3,751 741 1,315

8,184 1,260 2,421

1,566 238 460

3,946,672 663,913 1,225,560

34,047 7,620 9,698

21,640 3,346 7,469

20,970 5,559 4,975

455,110 55,454 146,581

35,540 6,788 10,596

52,262 9,132 16,763

39,563 678,237 23,098 176,840

16 435 114

111 1,483 65 568

40 329 1 38

39,396 675,990 23,027 176,120

448 4,509 49 622

54 3,050 32 523

508 2,571 25 869

1,076 131,950 955 18,850

506 6,504 195 740

512 7,164 264 1,703

108,306 1,038,228

181 950

304 1,972

50 411

107,771 1,034,895

1,233 9,869

829 6,338

701 5,763

9,389 90,856

709 9,501

1,557 15,169

2,417,533

1,508

1,950

479

2,413,596

22,734

11,535

12,270

258,836

21,221

25,706

239,598

248

172

85

239,093

1,648

341

1,062

17,868

1,753

1,311

21 134 474

1,683 3,114 4,760

546

173

21 167 328

311

56 64 296

1,769 1,140 5,402

570 57 270

215 323 356

20,586 39,930 57,085

1 39

88 42

3

20,586 39,841 57,001

27,379 50,899 43,722

78 116 14

2 4 35

45 30 8

27,254 50,749 43,665

433 305 283

162

341 60 147

707,155

662

434

205

705,854

6,712

3,266

3,376

58,892

5,981

8,978

10,670 16,489

1,555 1

1,964 523

5

221,232 67,276

102 22

5

4 8

221,121 67,246

2,839 113

1,628

1,172 176

28,159 303,600 86,886

120 388 30

14 283 132

54 130 9

27,971 302,799 86,715

359 2,815 586

120 1,205 313

754 825 449

606 22,081 9,046

777 2,854 793

104 3,969 2,419

1,949,976

1,094

1,687

359

1,946,836

17,671

8,609

9,957

217,812

16,993

18,039

CORPORATION

N et current operating earnings.....................

California

INSURANCE

Salaries— officers.................................................. Salaries and wages— employees........................ Fees paid to directors and members of execu­ tive, discount, and other committees.. . . Interest on time and savings deposits........... Interest and discount on borrowed money.. Taxes other than on net income. ................. Recurring depreciation on banking house, furniture and fixtures..................................... Other current operating expenses....................

Other1

Alabama Earnings Arizona or expense Arkansas item

DEFOSIT

Other service charges, commissions, fees, and collection and exchange charges.........

Continental United States

FEDERAL

Interest on U . S. Government obligations. . Interest and dividends on other securities. . Interest and discount on loans......................... Service charges and fees on bank's loans. . .

Alaska

the

1

Other areas Puerto Rico

in

Taxes on net incom e— to ta l.......................... Federal.................................................................... State........................................................................

793,737 753,883 39,855

N et profits after incom e taxes........................

436 426 10

169 72 97

99 99

793,033 753,286 39,748

6,579 5,900 680

3,625 3,384 242

3.668 3.668

97,548 89,672 7,876

7,601 6,915 686

7,793 6,795 997

11,092

4,984

6,288

120,264

9,393

10,246

565,014

4,474

2,138

2,741

73,054

3,950

6,173

2,581 563,543

203

802

105

2,581 562,433

4,474

2,138

2,741

53 73,002

3,950

6,173

N et additions to capital from profits.........

590,118

456

716

156

588,790

6,618

2,846

3,549

47,209

5,442

4,073

M em oranda Recoveries credited to reserve accounts (not included in recoveries above): On securities.......................................................... On loans.................................................................. Losses charged to reserve accounts (not in­ cluded in losses above): On securities.......................................................... On loans..................................................................

3,146 39,794

115

50

3,146 39,629

442

422

8 161

636 7,096

779

48 355

68,140 88,417

194

46

68,140 88,103

10 1,016

760

24 279

15,781 10,219

1 1,605

1,018 1,007

Average assets and liabilities2 Assets— to ta l........................................................... 202,331,676 Cash and due from banks................................. 43,510,745 United States Government obligations......... 63,808,049 Other securities..................................................... 16,294,075 Loans and discounts............................................ 75,800,688 All other assets...................................................... 2,918,119

125,257 23,948 55,022 10,537 33,751 1,999

220,380 36,289 31,369 29,968 113,656 9,098

53,737 201,932,302 9,487 43,441,021 16,846 63,704,812 4,052 16,249,518 22,150 75,631,131 1,202 2,905,820

1,721,054 411,136 521,199 188,428 579,241 21,050

780,220 130,874 230,142 67,999 333,380 17,825

1,068,359 20,018,157 283,030 3,468,077 323,057 6,235,808 107,951 1,651,543 345,033 8,319,632 343,097 9,288

1,677,047 397,916 585,301 75,062 606,193 12,575

2,228,316 447,527 688,838 229,115 831,510 31,326

Liabilities and capital— to ta l.......................... 202,331,676 Total deposits........................................................ 184,734,232 Demand deposits............................................... 135,422,891 Time and savings deposits.............................. 49,811,341 Borrowings and other liabilities....................... 2,965,764 Total capital accounts........................................ 14,631,680

125,257 118,953 72,926 46,027 528 5,776

220,380 195,574 103,068 92,506 6,425 18,381

53,737 201,932,302 49,097 184,370,608 26,571 135,220,826 22,526 49,150,282 419 2,958,392 4,221 14,603,302

1,721,054 1,580,027 1,286,689 848,838 13,120 127,907

780,220 718,472 539,628 178,844 11,971 49,777

1,068,359 20,018,157 981,578 18,388,213 819,665 10,829,321 161,913 8,058,892 3,573 455,534 83,208 1,174,410

1,677,047 1,554,201 1,175,270 878,981 12,796 110,050

2,228,316 2,041,508 1,554,057 487,451 24,191 162,617

74

84,931 408,791

77 355

223 1,160

39 183

84,592 407,093

1,108 3,696

416 2,654

952 2,076

6,595 42,983

909 3,739

986 5,967

Number of banks, December 3 1 ..........................

13,237

10

7

5

13,215

237

10

228

140

154

87

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

BANKS

Note: Due to rounding differences, data may not add precisely to the indicated totals. 1 Includes 3 banks in Hawaii, and 2 banks in the Virgin Islands, not members of the Federal Reserve System. 2 Asset and liability items are averages of figures reported at beginning, middle, and end of year, adjusted for “ U. S. (continental U . S. and other areas)” and for “ Puerto Rico” to exclude data for 9 insured branches in Puerto Rico of insured banks in New York; earnings data of these branches are not available. Back figures, 1946-1954: See the Annual Report for 1954, pp. 150-159, and earlier reports.

INSURED

Number of active officers, December 3 1 ........... Number of other employees, December 3 1 . . . .

OF

1,153,803

105

DIVIDENDS

261

802

AND

1,518

203

E X P E N S E S,

658

566,124

E AR N IN G S,

1,156,240

Dividends and interest on capital— t o t a l .. Dividends declared on preferred stock and interest on capital notes and debentures. . Cash dividends declared on common stock..

I—*

Table 114.

E a r n i n g s , E x p e n s e s , a n d D i v i d e n d s o f I n s u r e d C o m m e r c ia l B a n k s i n t h e U n i t e d S t a t e s ( C o n t i n e n t a l U . S. a n d O t h e r A r e a s ), b y S t a t e , 1955— Continued (Amounts in thousands of dollars)

Earnings or expense item

Other service charges, commissions, fees, and collection and exchange charges.........

Recoveries, transfers from reserve ac­ counts and profits— to ta l........................ On securities: n^i*onofai«o frAm T*0a0T*l7D JJPPmiTltfl Profits on securities sold or redeemed. . . . On loans:

Losses, charge-offs, and transfers to re­ serve accounts— to ta l................................. On securities: Losses and charge-offs.................................... On loans: Losses and charge-offs .................................. Transfers to reserve accounts...................... N et profits before incom e taxes....................

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Idaho

Illinois

Indiana

Iowa

Kansas

Kentucky

Louisiana

23,056 3,955 885 12,717 336 469

45,705 10,702 1,505 24,009 349 3,297

106,473 26,677 5,280 54,537 1,005 9,288

91,370 12,742 4,049 56,089 1,149 5,628

21,011 4,698 524 13,185 256 1,414

434,482 130,411 29,816 207,587 4,037 18,973

130,993 38,250 5,010 70,333 613 6,187

91,272 22,284 4,710 53,019 238 5,684

61,010 14,607 4,471 33,711 398 4,090

62,492 14,296 2,471 38,125 473 2,421

75,080 17,798 4,984 40,218 396 4,395

232 4,198 265

1,598 2,921 1,325

3,314 2,507 3,865

5,348 2,681 3,683

385 106 441

6,302 25,819 11,537

3,216 3,196 4,191

2,504 871 1,964

1,212 557 1,965

753 2,379 1,576

3,514 753 3,022

12,478 2,671 4,155

29,465 4,686 10,029

68,250 11,932 21,091

60,889 11,856 15,961

13,253 2,799 3,495

260,597 45,273 80,293

83,906 15,969 23,785

57,029 15,365 12,735

37,803 10,521 9,054

37,289 8,874 9,938

48,473 8,996 13,760

204 1,245 61 337

310 4,729 203 1,567

909 8,745 336 1,996

844 7,014 427 3,895

107 3,012 31 277

2,526 46,496 2,227 11,371

1,232 13,454 62 6,021

660 10,665 148 1,878

656 4,661 66 1,628

727 4,080 203 2,379

742 5,464 423 4,138

475 3,332

922 7,019

3,447 19,795

2,050 18,843

470 3,061

5,270 67,144

2,084 21,297

1,446 14,131

833 10,385

963 10,123

1,450 13,500

10,579

16,240

38,222

30,481

7,757

173,884

47,088

34,243

23,206

25,204

26,607

539

608

1,743

2,165

115

19,425

8,776

2,190

1,667

2,284

4,093 52 1,004 807

82

19

5,082 1,894 7,608

175 3,008 1,001

218 123 650

95 90 262

40 247 1,037

907 2,071 1,864

353 406 3,835

346 81 772

710 173 337

228 494 239

261 1,582 389

179

301

126 403 421

19 215 126

93 27 186

127 157 510

2,773

2,609

9,799

8,373

3,923

51,523

20,872

8,417

5,665

5,336

7,652

408 45

509 50

3,497 265

4,124

2,814

23,202 4,276

5,917 4,366

3,568 78

1,507 55

1,219 494

1,034 2,802

34 1,890 396

141 1,542 368

362 5,019 656

557 2,749 943

80 899 130

1,083 16,617 6,345

395 4,432 5,762

695 2,712 1,365

1,086 1,767 1,249

300 2,243 1,080

412 2,403 1,001

8,344

14,239

30,166

24,273

3,949

141,786

34,992

28,016

19,210

22,152

23,048

1

1,011

39

499 118 455

34 22

CORPORATION

N et current operating earnings.............. ..

Georgia

INSURANCE

Salaries and wages— employees....................... Fees paid to directors and members of execu­ tive, discount, and other committees. . . . Interest on time and savings deposits........... Interest and discount on borrowed money. . Taxes other than on net income. .................... Recurring depreciation on banking house, furniture and fixtures..................................... Other current operating expenses....................

Florida

DEPOSIT

Other current operating earnings....................

District of Columbia

FEDERAL

Interest on U . S. Government obligations.. Interest and dividends on other securities. . Interest and discount on loans........................ Service charges and fees on bank’s loans.. .

Delaware

6.851 6.851

12.699 12.699

9.595 9.595

2,045 1,783 262

Net profits after incom e taxes........................

4,328

7,388

17,467

14,679

Dividends and interest on capital— to ta l. . Dividends declared on preferred stock and interest on capital notes and debentures, , Cash dividends declared on common stock. .

3.376

3.941

5,535

6,895

3.376

3.941

10 5,525

N et additions to capital from profits.........

951

3,447

56.230 56.230

15.393 15.393

11.269 11.269

6.890 6.890

9.434 9.434

7.868 7.868

1,904

85,556

19,600

16,746

12,320

12,720

15,181

1.264

32,856

7,086

6,406

3,898

4,800

4.205

2 6,894

1.264

68 32,788

13 7,073

30 6,376

1 3,897

29 4,772

1 4.205

11,931

7,783

639

52,700

12,515

10,340

8,422

7,919

10,974

123

5 2,279

3 977

1 335

648

14 425

470

81 889

219

214 1,182

35 1,505

206

2,432 2,790

205 1,672

133 1,098

915

176 637

1,583 860

Average assets and liabilities1 Assets— to ta l........................................................... Cash and due from banks................................. United States Government obligations......... Other securities..................................................... Loans and discounts........................................... All other assets.....................................................

639.008 98,049 234,118 25,499 272,227 9,115

1,461,868 333,984 490,296 71,090 540,787 25,711

3,338,980 817,386 1,253,047 243,264 973,841 51,442

2,426,730 598,947 632,022 155,936 1,004,758 35,067

562,745 16,268,537 92,541 3,381,492 205,506 6,259,390 24,010 1,422,706 234,690 5,095,111 5,998 109,838

4,339,693 912,466 1,819,895 261,487 1,306,493 39,352

2,805,548 537,960 942,701 247,710 1,057,856 19,321

2,039,581 474,733 681,567 227,063 642,649 13,569

2,078,219 520,881 708,404 101,525 730,831 16,578

2,632,721 689,947 909,645 221,803 778,220 33,106

Liabilities and capital— to ta l.......................... Total deposits....................................................... Demand deposits............................................... Time and savings deposits.............................. Borrowings and other liabilities...................... Total capital accounts........................................

639,008 571,727 167,088 104,639 6,598 60,683

1,461,868 1,351,709 1,037,348 314,361 14,108 96,051

3,338,980 3,108,867 2,455,608 653,259 27,702 202,411

2,426,730 2,212,817 1,774,616 438,201 31,628 182,285

562,745 16,268,537 527,262 15,079,760 361,177 11,004,509 166,085 4,075,251 3,246 121,498 32,237 1,067,279

4,339,693 4,037,079 2,897,383 1,139,696 31,396 271,218

2,805,548 2,585,706 1,889,388 696,318 6,757 213,085

2,039,581 1,890,877 1,611,982 278,895 7,581 141,123

2,078,219 1,904,482 1,578,328 326,154 14,581 159,156

2,632,721 2,457,299 2,065,649 391,650 23,698 151,724

Number of active officers, December 3 1 ........... Number of other employees, December 3 1 .. . .

282 1,483

438 3,182

1,622 8,029

1,690 5,963

365 1,338

5,137 25,014

2,280 8,498

2,378 5,168

1,798 3,620

1,583 4,154

1,125 4,934

Number of banks, December 3 1 ..........................

29

17

233

349

36

913

466

619

502

353

174

Note: Due to rounding differences, data may not add precisely to the indicated totals. 1 Asset and liability items are averages of figures reported at beginning, middle, and end of year. Back figures, 1946-1954: See the Annual Report for 1954, pp. 150-159, and earlier reports.

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

BANKS

708

INSURED

3 331

OF

151

DIVIDENDS

55

AND

On loans.................................................................. Losses charged to reserve accounts (not in­ cluded in losses above): On securities........................................................ On loans..................................................................

EXPENSES,

M em oranda Recoveries credited to reserve accounts (not included in recoveries above):

EARNINGS,

4.018 4.018

Taxes on net in com e— t o t a l.......................... Federal....................................................................

t— i

Table 114.

E a r n i n g s , E x p e n s e s , a n d D i v i d e n d s o f I n s u r e d C o m m e r c ia l B a n k s i n t h e U n i t e d S t a t e s ( C o n t i n e n t a l U . S. a n d O t h e r A r e a s ) , b y S t a t e , 1955— Continued (Amounts in thousands of dollars)

Oi

o Earnings or expense item

Maine

Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi

Missouri

Montana

Nebraska

New Hampshire

Nevada

259,661 68,299 13,021 144,633 2,354 13,102

128,113 25,455 6,673 72,456 1,012 7,549

34,430 6,107 3,406 18,603 70 1,781

166,152 37,201 9,086 100,634 712 7,116

24,476 6,086 1,151 13,129 317 1,953

48,122 11,509 2,444 27,841 91 2,969

11,873 2,449 383 6,974 397 598

11,749 1,870 530 7,574 41 1,010

364 575 425

1,571 1,751 2,025

4,950 14,893 7,816

5,988 7,211 5,053

8,172 3,401 3,394

3,233 272 960

3,107 4,001 4,298

862 139 839

1,154 577 1,538

230 334 510

209 154 363

Current operating expenses— to ta l........ Salaries— officers............................................ Salaries and wages— employees..................... Fees paid to directors and members of execu tive, discount, and other committees. . . Interest on time and savings deposits......... Interest and discount on borrowed money. Taxes other than on net income.................... Recurring depreciation on banking house furniture and fixtures............................... Other current operating expenses.............

14,530 2,279 3,926

40,203 5,935 12,776

104,424 17,332 37,250

163,803 22,981 54,975

83,252 18,505 21,888

23,019 5,738 5,864

97,199 19,063 28,837

15,428 3,431 3,923

28,738 8,662 7,299

7,302 1,298 2,645

7,934 1,464 1,873

222 3,346 20 635

603 6,740 155 2,140

933 7,905 555 4,043

1,404 30,351 708 8,626

1,087 16,203 1,023 1,626

425 2,283 45 1,463

1,243 12,892 952 3,893

138 1,623 51 1,573

534 1,673 260 1,035

15 1,160 352

148 1,683 16 278

352 3,751

1,264 10,591

3,557 32,851

4,878 89,879

1,486 21,436

596 6,605

2,712 27,607

413 4,276

795 8,481

248 1,583

224 2,249

6,507

22,971

68,313

95,859

44,862

11,412

68,954

9,047

19,385

4,571

3,815

967

2,646

16,286

6,219

3,508

952

5,413

1,734

1,717

162

524

41 25 135

166 495 1,208

430 3,584 7,120

419 71 1,207

831 488 696

158 78 126

1,183 1,055 1,245

455 51 415

449 11 417

32

88 165 157

145 487 135

208 156 413

596 2,949 1,606

274 2,246 2,002

989 35 469

271 60 259

684 889 358

557 163 94

271 189 380

125

50 32 32

2,387

8,051

28,805

25,000

9,996

3,853

18,505

3,352

4,723

520

1,121

655 129

4,550 102

10,769 2,543

7,787 2,658

4,112 139

1,191 202

9,031 2,215

686 488

902 598

74

568 40

176 723 705

112 2,174 1,113

416 10,781 4,297

520 11,556 2,481

920 3,289 1,537

322 1,580 558

949 4,898 1,412

568 1,311 299

479 1,708 1,035

5 254 188

69 381 62

5,086

17,565

55,794

77,077

38,374

8,510

55,862

7,429

16,379

4,213

3,218

N et current operating earnings.............. Recoveries, transfers from reserve ac­ counts, and profits— to ta l........................ On securities: Recoveries.......................................................... Transfers from reserve accounts.................. Profits on securities sold or redeemed. . . . On loans: Recoveries.......................................................... Transfers from reserve accounts................. All other................................................................. Losses, charge-offs, and transfers to re­ serve accounts— to ta l................................. On securities: Losses and charge-offs.................................... Transfers to reserve accounts...................... On loans: Losses and charge-offs.................................... Transfers to reserve accounts...................... All other................................................................. N et profits before incom e taxes.

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

5

CO R PO R ATIO N

172,737 29,768 7,433 95,652 999 11,226

INSURANCE

63,174 15,484 2,694 34,746 189 4,715

DEPOSIT

21,036 3,790 789 13,649 110 1,334

FEDERAL

Current operating earnings— to ta l............ Interest on U. S. Government obligations. Interest and dividends on other securities. Interest and discount on loans...................... Service charges and fees on bank’s loans.. Service charges on deposit accounts............. Other service charges, commissions, fees and collection and exchange charges. . Trust department.......................................... Other current operating earnings.............

6,628 6,628

22,689 18,587 4,102

29.788 29.788

15.042 13.043 1,999

N et profits after incom e taxes........................

2,944

10,937

33,105

47,289

Dividends and interest on capital— to ta l. . Dividends declared on preferred stock and interest on capital notes and debentures. . Cash dividends declared on common stock. .

1,493

5,052

18,797

16,319

5 1,488

15 5,037

15 18,782

N et additions to capital from profits.........

1,451

5,886

M em oranda Recoveries credited to reserve accounts (not included in recoveries above): On securities.......................................................... On loans.................................................................. Losses charged to reserve accounts (not in­ cluded in losses above): On securities.......................................................... On loans..................................................................

3 133

1.174 1.174

23,333

5,946

32,314

4,020

10,153

2,220

2,044

9,759

2,422

12,748

2,018

3,668

1,108

803

125 16,194

5 9,754

18 2,404

36 12,712

2,018

1 3,667

1,108

803

14,309

30,970

13,574

3,524

19,566

2,002

6,485

1,112

1,242

10 153

633

15 1,594

5 434

11 255

125 1,372

179

4 594

78

59

2 418

105 587

690 3,087

5,324 3,132

5 1,029

9 571

1,272 1,957

404

566 988

196

112

Average assets and liabilities1 Assets— to ta l........................................................... Cash and due from banks.................................. United States Government obligations......... Other securities..................................................... Loans and discounts............................................ All other assets.....................................................

561,086 100,877 181,131 37,792 233,067 8,219

2,073,509 424,480 758,620 141,900 718,721 29,788

5,162,970 1,095,966 1,467,117 353,405 2,151,688 94,794

8,007,073 1,470,916 3,117,629 666,371 2,662,557 89,600

3,711,142 752,063 1,174,182 318,572 1,431,024 35,301

1,033,077 249,493 286,439 143,995 341,088 12,062

5,666,421 1,357,155 1,742,196 410,554 2,103,024 53,492

723,417 154,416 276,931 55,668 229,470 6,932

1,588,471 358,928 551,477 131,004 535,411 11,651

305,566 50,468 118,989 17,638 112,923 5,548

311,235 63,766 88,041 23,478 132,677 3,273

Liabilities and capital— to ta l.......................... Total deposits....................................................... Demand deposits............................................... Time and savings deposits.............................. Borrowings and other liabilities....................... Total capital accounts........................................

561,086 507,521 296,225 211,296 4,698 48,867

2,073,509 1,915,160 1,400,581 514,579 15,874 142,475

5,162,970 4,621,569 8,890,501 731,068 93,845 447,556

8,007,073 7,443,184 4,438,675 3,004,509 91,890 471,999

3,711,142 3,409,672 2,328,105 1,081,567 37,683 263,787

1,033,077 954,525 782,821 171,704 4,944 73,608

5,666,421 5,238,161 4,286,520 951 M l 46,883 381,377

723,417 681,258 548,062 183,196 5,318 36,841

1,588,471 1,460,769 1,297,182 168,587 12,523 115,179

305,566 284,546 191,989 92,557 3,220 17,800

311,235 277,589 193,432 84,157 2,217 31,429

Number of active officers, December 3 1 ........... Number of other employees, December 3 1 . . . .

373 1,630

940 5,012

1,970 13,651

2,485 17,318

2,849 8,093

911 2,367

2,863 10,757

497 1,539

1,367 2,884

178 931

245 782

Number of banks, December 3 1 ..........................

52

151

170

412

669

194

585

113

379

6

63

N ote: Due to rounding differences, data may not add precisely to the indicated totals. 1 Asset and liability items are averages of figures reported at beginning, middle, and end of year. Back figures, 1946-1954: See the Annual Report for 1954, pp. 150-159, and earlier reports.

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

BANKS

1.994 1.994

INSURED

6,226 6,226

OF

3,410 3,329 82

DIVIDENDS

23,549 . 22,883 666

AND

2.564 2.564

EXPENSES,

2.143 2.143

E AR N IN G S,

Taxes on net incom e— to ta l............................ Federal.................................................................... State........................................................................

T a b le 1 1 4. E a r n i n g s , E x p e n s e s , a n d D i v i d e n d s o f I n s u r e d C o m m e r c ia l B a n k s i n t h e U n i t e d S t a t e s ( C o n t i n e n t a l U . S. a n d O t h e r A r e a s ), b y S t a t e , 1955—Continued (Amounts in thousands of dollars) New Jersey

Earnings or expense item

New Mexico

New York

North Carolina

North Dakota

Ohio

Oklahoma

Oregon

Pennsylvania

Rhode Island

South Carolina

87,384 14,567 5,410 50,443 1,124 4,615

19,309 4,729 765 9,821 143 1,264

307,855 77,728 16,699 165,843 2,816 15,937

74,524 13,964 4,100 45,478 248 5,256

67,162 12,576 4,109 40,531 614 5,225

446,579 88,011 33,793 255,423 2,913 15,648

30,270 5,442 1,113 17,986 3 1,255

30,109 6,394 1,575 16,520 64 2,411

2,696 6,545 6,210

461 209 464

27,767 96,833 56,731

6,267 2,659 2,303

2,073 79 437

5,227 11,847 11,759

1,256 710 3,513

1,166 1,378 1,564

6,465 29,538 14,788

343 2,445 1,682

2,211 420 514

Current operating expenses— to ta l.............. Salaries— officers.................................................. Salaries and wages— employees....................... Fees paid to directors and members of execu­ tive, discount, and other committees . . . . Interest on time and savings deposits........... Interest and discount on borrowed money. . Taxes other than on net income...................... Recurring depreciation on banking house, furniture and fixtures..................................... Other current operating expenses....................

141,535 20,388 43,629

11,884 2,401 3,607

701,284 92,768 262,185

54,565 11,643 15,280

11,622 3,236 2,629

197,085 27,863 55,462

44,020 11,068 11,767

43,647 7,361 13,179

267,977 43,060 84,763

20,709 2,672 6,357

18,311 4,386 5,707

1,876 27,099 421 7,620

119 1,569 1 585

4,094 92,211 7,584 19,998

494 7,767 536 1,666

141 1,969 20 315

1,948 41,146 991 17,990

493 4,680 348 909

155 11,635 181 983

4,121 42,499 1,497 12,462

212 4,598 64 1,220

274 1,435 27 328

5,323 35,180

535 3,067

13,766 208,678

1,880 15,301

279 3,034

4,851 46,832

1,681 13,075

1,438 8,714

8,463 71,109

633 4,954

642 5,512

Net current operating earnings.....................

62,236

6,143

499,726

32.820

7,687

110,772

30,504

23,515

178,603

9,561

11,798

7,495

379

61,536

3,265

556

11,606

1,565

997

16,619

1,258

332

157 1,130 1,381

2

92 3 238

25 15 207

1,924 2,783 1,836

25 220 275

10

25

1,498 11,416 9,305

996 1,738 6,306

360V 177

844 2,401 1,583

130 120 104

7,440 22,014 9,862

301 1,675 956

91 93 125

672 3,337 1,055

797 50 198

214 171

1,122 3,922 2,536

20 266 435

111 17 89

22,794

2,177

165,382

8,108

1,872

33,792

6,142

3,105

52,321

4,776

2,775

6,082 783

249 75

48,732 9,574

2,165 12

296

8,333 7,368

2,536 16

901

13,773 5,301

2,218

1,153 186

548 11,243 4,140

249 1,301 303

4,265 92,462 10,350

313 4,171 1,446

93 1,076 406

886 14,620 2,585

1,366 1,741 483

45 1,658 501

822 22,539 9,887

29 1,355 1,175

186 816 434

46,937

4,344

395,879

27,978

6,372

88,585

25,927

21,407

142,900

6,042

9,354

Recoveries, transfers from reserve ac­ counts, and profits— to ta l........................ On securities: Recoveries........................................................ Transfers from reserve accounts................. Profits on securities sold or redeemed. . . . On loans: Recoveries.......................................................... Transfers from reserve accounts ........... All other................................................................. Losses, charge-offs, and transfers to re­ serve accounts— to ta l................................. On securities: Losses and charge-offs.................................... Transfers to reserve accounts...................... On loans: Losses and charge-offs.................................... Transfers to reserve accounts...................... All other................................................................. Net before income taxes. Digitized forprofits FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

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

603

55 1 59

CORPORATION

1,201,009 215,039 67,496 680,822 12,096 44,225

INSURANCE

18,026 3,911 325 10,918 224 1,515

DEPOSIT

203,771 45,071 15,368 113,184 1,168 13,529

FEDERAL

Current operating earnings— to ta l.............. Interest on U. S. Government obligations. . Interest and dividends on other securities. . Interest and discount on loans......................... Service charges and fees on bank’s loans. . . Service charges on deposit accounts............... Other service charges, commissions, fees, and collection and exchange charges......... Trust department................................................ Other current operating earnings....................

Taxes on net incom e— to ta l............................ Federal....................................................................

15.178 15.178

1.997 1.997

163,414 145,622 17,792

11,671 11,224 447

2,832 2,718 114

31.815 31.815

10,267 9,610 658

9,819 8,155 1,664

58.144 58.144

2,143 1,913 280

4,125 3,818 308

15,660

11,588

84,757

3,899

5,228

21,963

5.407

5.893

46,732

2.365

2.441

722 12,953

1 919

1,198 146,377

1 5,535

1.720

20 21,943

5.407

5.893

21 46,711

2.365

2.441

Net additions to capital from profits.........

18,084

1,429

84,890

10,771

1,821

34,808

10,253

5,695

38,025

1,534

2,787

Memoranda Recoveries credited to reserve accounts (not included in recoveries above): On securities.......................................................... On loans................................................................. Losses charged to reserve accounts (not in­ cluded in losses above): On securities.......................................................... On loans.................................................................

29 897

308

1.961 6,746

182

157

148 1,579

664

252

46 2,012

90

94

1,003 2,060

568

15,134 23,294

1 741

391

13,946 2,243

1,191

572

4,252 6,303

374

63 288

Average assets and liabilities1 Assets— to ta l........................................................... Cash and due from banks................................. United States Government obligations......... Other securities..................................................... Loans and discounts........................................... All other assets.....................................................

6,143,571 1,002,448 2,086,324 741,440 2,221,990 91,369

533,860 41,474,039 15] ,222 9,599,279 185,650 10,797,422 17,352 3,091,825 173,282 17,135,974 6,354 849,539

2,509,684 583,346 683,463 265,886 943,012 33,977

527,518 10,261,077 82,186 2,021,523 215,546 3,759,376 40,004 786,463 185,048 3,577,763 4,734 115,952

2,349,132 675,364 675,154 207,052 766,901 24,661

1,908,314 335,187 600,718 189,692 752,942 29,775

13,642,781 2,663,132 4,077,211 1,433,573 5,271,776 197,089

864,955 129,910 270,237 60,324 389,134 15,350

889,895 216,291 295,940 80,602 287,247 9,815

Liabilities and capital— to ta l.......................... Total deposits....................................................... Demand deposits............................................... Time and savings deposits.............................. Borrowings and other liabilities...................... Total capital accounts........................................

6,143,571 5,666,017 3,386,631 2,279,386 54,064 423,490

533,860 41,474,039 502,939 36,820,654 404,397 30,261,943 98,542 6,558,711 2,505 1,218,374 28,416 3,435,011

2,509,684 2,277,304 1,736,329 540,975 48,905 183,475

527,518 10,261,077 485,671 9,493,300 355,375 6,211,893 130,296 3,281,407 4,128 86,976 37,719 680,801

2,349,132 2,158,798 1,881,714 277,084 15,390 174,944

1,908,314 1,752,242 1,108,633 643,609 24,394 131,678

13,642,781 12,184,328 8,534,784 3,649,544 160,719 1,297,734

864,955 788,065 498,609 289,456 11,940 64,950

889,895 818,324 700,176 118,148 6,693 64,878

Number of active officers, December 3 1 ........... Number of other employees, December 3 1 .. . .

2,457 14,588

326 1,330

8,007 74,407

1,601 5,726

537 1,126

3,531 18,423

1,741 4,545

1,043 4,165

5,420 28,858

284 2,330

679 2,242

Number of banks, December 3 1 ..........................

294

51

499

219

149

620

377

47

804

8

139

Note: Due to rounding differences, data may not add precisely to the indicated totals. 1 Asset and liability items are averages of figures reported at beginning, middle, and end of year. Back figures, 1946-1954: See the Annual Report for 1954, pp. 150-159, and earlier reports.

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

BANKS

56,771

1.720

INSURED

3,541

5,536

OF

16,307

147,575

DIVIDENDS

232,466

920

AND

2,347

13,675

EXPENSES,

31,759

E AR N IN G S,

N et profits after incom e taxes........................ Dividends and interest on capital— to ta l. . Dividends declared on preferred stock and interest on capital notes and debentures. . Cash dividends declared on common stock. .

Ox

oo

T a b le 114. E a r n i n g s , E x p e n s e s , a n d D iv id e n d s o f I n s u r e d C o m m e r c ia l B a n k s in t h e U n i t e d S t a t e s ( C o n t i n e n t a l U . S. a n d O t h e r A r e a s ) , b y S t a t e , 1 9 5 5 — C o n tin u e d (Amounts in thousands of dollars) _____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________ Earnings or expense item

South Dakota

Tennessee

Texas

Vermont

Utah

Virginia

Washington

West Virginia

Wisconsin

Wyoming

29,618 5,656 913 18,063 1,147 1,652

12,834 2,009 599 8,703 119 758

98,092 18,365 4,221 61,703 726 5,477

91,811 14,608 5,594 54,685 1,231 8,765

39,403 10,326 1,537 22,704 338 1,356

114,947 32,148 6,489 62,519 865 5,851

11,202 2,631 435 6,396 115 787

1,809 126 441

2,508 1,697 2,799

4,639 5,575 15,164

931 687 571

165 216 265

1,985 3,339 2,276

2,593 2,308 2,029

826 1,113 1,202

1,983 1,890 3,202

382 57 399

Current operating expenses— to ta l.............. Salaries— officers.................................................. Salaries and wages— employees....................... Fees paid to directors and members of execu­ tive, discount, and other committees. .. . Interest on time and savings deposits........... Interest and discount on borrowed money. . Taxes other than on net income...................... Recurring depreciation on banking house, furniture and fixtures..................................... Other current operating expenses....................

14,123 4,067 3,173

57,821 10,448 14,750

188,834 40,200 50,814

18,747 2,952 4,999

9,639 1,405 1,990

63,694 11,570 16,639

61,472 10,267 19,960

22,749 4,552 5,943

75,078 16,391 19,279

7,051 1,689 1,822

271 2,404 14 296

544 12,635 301 3,407

2,224 17,927 741 15,984

263 4,971 32 349

190 3,546 11 186

954 14,372 245 2,917

264 11,927 155 1,450

448 4,238 89 946

1,407 14,915 261 1,750

127 1,281 15 304

357 3,541

1,786 13,950

7,134 53,812

443 4,738

259 2,052

2,370 14,627

2,290 15,159

894 5,639

2,133 18,940

264 1,549

N et current operating earnings.....................

8,353

32,118

118,780

10,872

3,194

34,398

30,340

16,654

39,870

4,150

553

2,952

9,077

513

308

2,733

2,264

1,103

5,816

450

29 5 245

414 1,066 700

269 955 992

45 76 34

2 11 62

46 916 460

702 114 525

12 2 477

1,837 2,760 624

12

132 11 133

264 215 292

2,935 1,222 2,704

135 122 102

69 17 147

301 602 410

103 78 743

264 85 263

197 93 306

154 1 225

1,621

8,750

31,403

3,436

916

9,148

8,520

2,926

14,517

916

234

3,574 926

6,475 270

1,942

303 3

3,103 2,443

1,812 1,233

1,093 12

7,968 200

229

192 915 281

425 3,097 729

4,674 16,590 3,395

101 1,302 92

64 422 124

418 2,418 766

194 3,368 1,913

293 1,281 246

138 5,417 793

266 340 81

7,285

26,320

96,454

7,949

2,586

27,983

24,084

14,831

31,170

3,684

Losses, charge-offs, and transfers to re­ serve accounts— to ta l................................. On securities: Losses and charge-offs.................................... HTtqr*afora fn rPQAfVA On loans: Losses and charge-offfe.................................... Transfers to reserve accounts...................... All other................................................................. Net profits before income taxes.................... Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

59

COR PO R ATIO N

307,612 53,102 15,073 192,804 5,622 15,636

INSURANCE

89,939 15,842 4,429 59,393 607 2,665

DEPOSIT

22,476 5,143 771 12,549 178 1,461

FEDERAL

Current operating earnings— to ta l.............. Interest on U. S. Government obligations.. Interest and dividends on other securities. . Interest and discount on loans......................... Service charges and fees on bank’s loans. . . Service charges on deposit accounts............... Other service charges, commissions, fees, and collection and exchange charges......... Trust department................................................ Other current operating earnings....................

Recoveries, transfers from reserve ac­ counts, and profits— to ta l........................ On securities: Recoveries.......................................................... Troncfora from taqafva Profits on securities sold or redeemed. . . . On loans: Recoveries.......................................................... Transfers from reserve accounts................. All other.................................................................

Cn ^

3,084 2,924 160

11,009 10,817 192

39.831 39.831

3,189 3,057 131

972 874 98

10.507 10.507

9.909 9.909

N et profits after incom e taxes........................

4,201

15,311

56,624

4,760

1,615

17,476

Dividends and interest on capital— to ta l.. Dividends declared on preferred stock and interest on capital notes and debentures.. Cash dividends declared on common stock. .

1,757

6,661

27,721

2,171

818

7,463

2 1,755

6,661

27,720

5 2,165

38 780

N et additions to capital from profits.........

2,444

8,650

28,903

2,590

6,280 6,280

10,922 10,557 365

1,621 1,621

14,175

8,552

20,248

2,063

5.923

3,012

7,562

723

45 7,417

5.923

2 3,011

94 7,468

6 717

797

10,014

8,253

5,539

12,685

1,340

2 394

462

148

7 493

91

284

378 899

47 5,744

401

2 127

2,300 1,036

1,301 686

321

37 1,146

11 99

Average assets and liabilities1 Assets— to ta l........................................................... Cash and due from banks................................. United States Government obligations......... Other securities..................................................... Loans and discounts............................................ All other assets.....................................................

628,722 113,519 249,998 35,813 224,033 5,359

2,757,349 710,987 755,910 187,680 1,064,940 37,832

10,260,753 3,063,452 2,553,969 580,742 3,869,998 192,592

846,272 183,458 274,115 44,630 334,646 9,423

330,963 47,013 92,189 28,097 159,595 4,069

2,808,329 607,761 873,424 191,966 1,093,340 41,838

2,519,914 525,945 668,256 241,625 1,048,215 35,873

1,180,715 253,198 468,283 70,636 374,640 13,958

3,913,947 714,966 1,502,943 311,606 1,346,264 38,168

349,762 85,360 134,996 19,942 106,289 3,175

Liabilities and capital— to ta l.......................... Total deposits........................................................ Demand deposits............................................... Time and savings deposits.............................. Borrowings and other liabilities...................... Total capital accounts........................................

628,722 582,086 486,638 145,458 3,207 43,429

2,757,349 2,539,570 1,860,012 679,558 25,995 191,784

10,260,753 9,508,908 8,198,805 1,310,608 73,067 678,778

846,272 787,443 528,260 259,183 7,318 51,511

330,963 296,632 119,241 177,391 2,511 31,820

2,808,329 2,571,804 1,674,237 897,567 26,878 209,647

2,519,914 2,329,511 1,655,775 673,736 24,682 165,721

1,180,715 1,062,040 754,201 807,839 10,401 108,274

3.913,947 3,634,821 2,213,158 1 , 421,668 19,207 259,919

349,762 324,613 248,226 76,887 1,965 23,184

Number of active officers, December 3 1 ........... Number of other employees, December 3 1 . . . .

688 1,336

1,644 5,764

5,350 18,634

395 1,905

239 764

1,810 6,510

1,229 6,718

711 2,231

2,306 7,389

252 640

Number of banks, December 3 1 ..........................

171

292

899

51

61

316

100

177

547

53

N ote: Due to rounding differences, components may not add precisely to the indicated totals. 1 Asset and liability items are averages of figures reported at beginning, middle, and end of year. Back figures, 1946-1954: See the Annual Report for 1954, pp. 150-159, and earlier reports.

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

BANKS

28

INSURED

123

OF

67 2,896

DIVIDENDS

581

AND

195

EXPENSES,

M em oranda Recoveries credited to reserve accounts (not included in recoveries above): On securities.......................................................... On loans.................................................................. Losses charged to reserve accounts (not in­ cluded in losses above): On securities.......................................................... On loans..................................................................

E AR N IN G S,

Taxes on net incom e— to ta l............................ Federal....................................................................

Oi

Oi

Table 115.

I ncom e, E xpen ses,

D iv id e n d s of I n s u r e d M (Amounts in thousands of dollars)

and

S a v in g s B a n k s ,

1951

1952

1951-1955

1953

1954

1955

801,682 150,657 99,190 528,426 51+5,81+1 15,623 1,792 7,322 -17 21+7 261+ 8,171 7,933

Current operating expense— to ta l...................................................................................................................... Salaries— officers........................................................................................................................................................ Salaries and wages— employees............................................................................................................................. Pension, hospitalization and group insurance payments, and other employee benefits........................ Fees paid to trustees and committee members................ ...................................................... .. . ................... Occupancy, maintenance, etc. of bank premises (including taxes and recurring depreciation)— net. Occupancy, maintenance, etc. o f bank prem ises (including taxes and recurring depreciation) — gross. L e ss : In com e from bank bu ild in g ....................................................................................................................... Deposit insurance assessments.............................................................................................................................. Furniture and fixtures (including recurring depreciation)............................................................................. All other current operating expense.....................................................................................................................

106,654 18,030 37,707 8,939 1,872 11,589 IS,2 US 6,659 5,907 2,280 20,330

116,763 19,249 40,996 10,648 2,123 12,162 19,10U 6,91,2 6,203 2,387 22,995

127,336 21,142 44,351 11,566 2,303 13,521 20,926 7,1+05 6,837 2,445 25,171

139,931 22,870 48,074 12,623 2,526 15,019 22,1+95 7,1+76 7,562 2,755 28,502

147,678 24,200 50,879 13,544 2,697 15,094 22,793 7,699 7,979 2,790 30,495

Net current operating in co m e.............................................................................................................................

407,163

451,735

519,731

581,392

654,004

6.094 6.094

9,189 6,962 2,227

8,569 6,459 2,110

10,643 7,231 3,412

9,047 7,818 1,229

Net current operating income after taxes.

401,069

442,546

511,162

570,749

644,957

Dividends and interest on deposits.............

282,235

365,481

414,951

466,119

536,256

118,834

77,065

96,211

104,630

108,701

128,790 21,045

57,917 14,893

36,962 12,372

59,228 12,334

44,430 11,586

8,567 484 300 2,843

5,243 155 216 240

5,287 783 304 1,489

23,914 389 219 943

18,070 481 3,179 977

11,968 80,676 373 2,534

12,223 24,692 111 144

6,132 9,965 275 355

10,858 8,450 126 1,995

1,878 7,710 157 392

Interesl and discount on real estate mortgage loans— L e ss : M ortgage servicing f e e s ................................................. P rem iu m amortization .................................................

Interest and discount on other loans and discounts— net Income on real estate other than bank building— net In com e on real estate other than bank building — gross. . . L e ss : Operating exp e n se ......................................................... Income on other assets.............................................................. Income from service operations............................................

Franchise and incom e taxes— to ta l. State franchise and income taxes . . . . Federal income taxes.............................

N et current operating income after taxes and dividends............................................................................. Non-recurring incom e, realized profits and recoveries credited to profit and loss, and transfers from valuation adjustm en t provisions— to ta l....................................................................................................... Non-recurring income..................................................................................................................................................... Realized profits and recoveries on: Securities sold or matured........................................................................................................................................ Real estate mortgage loans....................................................................................................................................... Other real estate.......................................................................................................................................................... All other assets............................................................................................................................................................. Transfers from valuation adjustment provisions1 on: Securities........................................................................................................................................................................ Real estate mortgage loans....................................................................................................................................... Other real estate.......................................................................................................................................................... Digitized for AllFRASER other assets.............................................................................................................................................................

http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

C O R PO R ATIO N

721,323 155,869 96,205 447,022 1+61,769 11,922 2,825 6,642 86 292 206 7,746 7,753

INSURANCE

647,067 164,630 82,003 381,895 396,26k 9,1+83 1+,886 5,184 77 338 261 7,171 6,107

DEPOSIT

568,498 163,879 62,958 326,785 31+0,1+97 7,666 6,01+6 4,068 102 5S3 1+31 5,833 4,873

FEDERAL

513,817 171,169 49,630 279,405 291,790 6.051 6,331+ 3,878 163 699 536 5.052 4,520

Current operating incom e— to ta l.............................. Interest on U. S. Government obligations................ Interest and dividends on other securities................ Interest and discount on real estate mortgage loans- -net.

156

Sources and disposition of incom e

utual

N et additions to total surplus accounts from operations.

25,264 179 20 200

25,875 176

12,773

112

21,673 636

62

28,333 152 39 106

49 551

823

52,574 18,580 37 2,913

14,359 15,474 63 4,100

10,639 17,005 11 2,066

12,403 20,380 7 4,496

10,630 19,219 42 3,174

123,133

50,959

62,666

98,808

86,746

445 274

135 69

15 33 10 1

220 41

23 50

110

1

101

105

218

9,175 255 294 108

14,581 882 206 616

12,523 469

7,527 166 234 45

4,250 326 180 326

16.694.810 662,190 7,292,576 1,662,971 6,764,780 79,331 3,386 229,576

17.905.674 728,979 6,755,471 2,064,761 8,012,488 85,996 2,675 255,304

19.625.429 744,369 6,620,535 2,591,176 9,288,364 102,768 2,432 275,785

21.872.622 874,215 6,755,391 3,015,662 10,802,477 120,350 2,957 301,570

22.740.783 809,152 5,993,243 3,008,656 12,467,355 130,165 2,019 330,193

24

17.905.674 16,102,806

19.625.429 17,718,957

21.872.622 19,738,300

22.740.783 20,577,403

1 6 ,0 8 0 ,0 1 5 22 ,791

1 7 ,6 8 8 ,7 7 7 3 0 ,1 8 0

1 9 ,6 9 4 ,9 8 1 4 3 ,3 1 9

80,463 1,613,414

93,253 1,709,615

119,359 1,787,113

159,912 1,974,410

2 0 ,5 2 5 ,6 2 9 5 1 ,7 7 4

1,714 11,530

1,810 11,932

1,908 12,525

1,999 13,227

2,042 13,618

219

218

220

202

199,228 1,964,152

1 Includes “ Valuation reserves” and “ Other asset valuation provisions (direct write-downs)” . 2 Asset and liability items are averages of figures reported at beginning, middle, and end of year. Back figures, 1 9 3 4 -1 9 5 0 : Data for 1934-1950, which however are not comparable with figures for 1951-1955, may be found in the following Animal Reports: 1950, pp. 272-273, and 1941, p. 173.

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

BANKS

16.694.810 15,000,933 1 4 ,9 8 2 ,4 1 1 1 8 ,5 2 2

INSURED

Number of banks, December 31.

66,385 10,087

OF

Number of active officers, December 31. . . Number of other employees, December 31.

65,050 14,279

DIVIDENDS

Liabilities and surplus accounts— total. Total deposits.................. ................................ Savings and time d eposits .......................... D em an d d eposits ........................................... Other liabilities................................................ Total surplus accounts...................................

70,507 12,156

AND

Average assets and liabilities2 Assets— to ta l.................................................... Cash and due from banks.......................... United States Government obligations. . Other securities.............................................. Real estate mortgage loans........................ Other loans and discounts.......................... Other real estate............................................ All other assets..............................................

84,023 23,804

E X P E N S E S,

Mem oranda Recoveries credited to valuation adjustm en t provisions1 (not included in recoveries above) on : Securities. Real estate mortgage loans..................................................................................................................................................... Other real estate........................................................................................................................................................................ All other assets........................................................................................................................................................................... Realized losses charged to valuation adjustm en t provisions1(not included in realized losses above) on Securities. Real estate mortgage loans. Other real estate.................... All other assets.......................

124,491 24,724

EAR N IN G S.

Non-recurring expense, realized losses charged to profit and loss, and transfers to valuation ad­ ju stm e n t provisions— to ta l......................................................................................................................................... Non-recurring expense............................................................................................................................................................ Realized losses on: Securities sold....................................................................................................................................................................... Real estate mortgage loans............................................................................................................................................... Other real estate.................................................................................................................................................................. All other assets..................................................................................................................................................................... Transfers to valuation adjustment provisions1 on: Securities................................................................................................................................................................................ Real estate mortgage loans............................................................................................................................................... Other real estate.................................................................................................................................................................. All other assets.....................................................................................................................................................................

Oi

Table 116.

R

a t io s

of

In com e, E xpen ses,

and

D

iv id e n d s

of

I nsured M

Sources and disposition of incom e

utual

1951

S a v in g s B a n k s ,

1952

1951-1955

1953

1954

1955

$100.00 21.61 13.34 61.97 .92 1.09 1.07

$100.00 18.79 12.37 65.92 .91 1.02 .99

Current operating expense— to ta l....................................................................................................................................... Salaries— officers......................................................................................................................................................................... Salaries and wages— employees ...................... .................................................................................. Pension, hospitalization and group insurance payments, and other employee benefits........................................ Fees paid to trustees and committee members.................................................................................................................. Occupancy, maintenance, etc. of bank premises (including taxes and recurring depreciation)— net................. Deposit insurance assessments............................................................................................................................................... Furniture and fixtures (including recurring depreciation).............................................................................................. All other current operating expense......................................................................................................................................

20.76 3.51 7.34 1.74 .36 2.26 1.15 .44 3.96

20.54 3.39 7.21 1.87 .37 2.14 1.09 .42 4.05

19.68 3.27 6.85 1.79 .35 2.09 1.06 .38 3.89

19.40 3.17 6.67 1.75 .35 2.08 1.05 .38 3.95

18.42 3.02 6.35 1.69 .34 1.88 .99 .35 3.80

Net current operating in co m e..............................................................................................................................................

79.24

79.46

80.32

80.60

81 58

Franchise and incom e taxes— to ta l.................................................................................................................................... State franchise and income taxes........................................................................................................................................... Federal income taxes.................................................................................................................................................................

1.18 1.18

1.62 1.23 .39

1.32 1.00 .32

1.47 1.00 .47

1.13 .98 .15

N et current operating incom e after taxes.......................................................................................................................

78.06

77.84

79.00

79.13

80.45

Dividends and interest on deposits....................................................................................................................................

54.93

64.29

64.13

64.62

66.89

Net current operating income after taxes and dividends........................................................................................

23.13

13.55

14.87

14.51

13.56

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

CO R PO R ATIO N

$100.00 25.44 12.67 59.02 .80 1.12 .95

INSURANCE

$100.00 28.83 11.07 57.48 .72 1.04 .86

DEPOSIT

Interest and discount on real estate mortgage loans— net............................................................................................. Interest and discount on other loans and discounts— net............................................................................................... Income on other assets............................................................................................................................................................. Income from service operations..............................................................................................................................................

$100.00 33.31 9.66 54.38 .75 1.02 .88

FEDERAL

A m ounts per $100 of current operating incom e

2.35 2.98 4.13 4.89 1.88 7.63

2.43 3.05 4.08 4.73 2.27 2.98

Assets— to ta l........................................................................................................................................... Cash and due from banks................................................................................................................. United States Government obligations......................................................................................... Other securities. .*................................................................................................................................ Real estate mortgage loans............................................................................................................... Other loans and discounts................................................................................................................. Other real estate.................................................................................................................................. All other assets.....................................................................................................................................

100.00 3.97 43.68 9.96 40.52 .48 1.37

.01

.01

1.43

1.41

1.38

1.45

Liabilities and surplus accounts— to ta l.................................................................................... Total deposits....................................................................................................................................... Savings and time deposits............................................................................................................... Demand deposits............................................................................................................................... Other liabilities..................................................................................................................................... Total surplus accounts.......................................................................................................................

100.00

100.00

100.00 90.28 90.13 .15 .61 9.11

100.00 90.24 90.0U

.48 9.67

89.93 89.80 .13 .52 9.55

.73 9.03

100.00 90.49 90.26 .23 .87 8.64

Number of banks, December 3 1 ..........................................................................................................

202

206

219

218

220

.19

.27

.19

.36 .32

.30 .45

.29 .38

2.49 3.16 4.11 5.04 2.35 3.51

2.31 3.19 4.14 5.52 2.37 5.00

2.51 3.30 4.24 5.63 2.61 4.42

100.00

100.00

4.07 37.73 11.53 44.75 .48

3.79 33.74 13.20 47.33 .52

100.00 4.00 30.88 13.79 49.39 .55

100.00 3.56 26.36 13.23 54.82 .57

Special ratios1 Interest on U. S. Government obligations per $100 of U. S. Government obligations........ Interest and dividends on other securities per $100 of other securities.................................... Interest and discount on real estate mortgage loans per $100 of real estate mortgage loans Interest and discount on other loans and discounts per $100 of other loans and discounts. Dividends and interest on deposits per $100 of savings and time deposits.............................. Net additions to total surplus accounts from operations per $100 of total surplus accounts Assets and liabilities per $100 of total assets1

.02

89.85 89.7 U .11

.01

.20

.01

1 Asset and liability items are averages of figures reported at beginning, middle, and end of year. 5 Includes “ Valuation reserves” and “ Other asset valuation provisions (direct write-downs)” . Back figures, 193U and 19U1-1950: Data for 1934 and 1941-1950, which however are not comparable with figures for 1951-1955, may be found in the following Annual Reports: 1950, pp. 274-275, and 1947, pp. 156-157.

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

BANKS

.47 .28

2.11

INSURED

.74 .74

.49

.05 2.61 2.13 .48

3.53 .65 2.88 .04 2.84 2.36 .48

2.66

OF

.32

3.30 .64

DIVIDENDS

.77

3.30 .65 2.65 .05 2.60

AND

3.17 .65 2.52 .05 2.47 2.04 .43

EXPEN SES,

3.08 .64 2.44 .04 2.40 1.69 .71

E A R N IN G S,

Am ounts per $100 of total assets1 Current operating income— total.......................................................................................................................................... Current operating expense— total......................................................................................................................................... Net current operating income................................................................................................................................................ State franchise and income taxes.......................................................................................................................................... Net current operating income after taxes........................................................................................................................... Dividends and interest on deposits....................................................................................................................................... Net current operating income after taxes and dividends............................................................................................... Non-recurring income, realized profits and recoveries credited to profit and loss, and transfers from valuation adjustment provisions2— total................................................................................................................................................ Non-recurring expense, realized losses charged to profit and loss, and transfers to valuation adjustment pro­ visions2— total............................................................................................................................................................................. Net additions to total surplus accounts from operations....................................................................................................

D

e p o s it

Insurance D

is b u r s e m e n t s

Table 117.

Disbursements, deposits, and depositors in insured banks placed in receivership and in insured banks of which deposits were assumed by another insured bank with the financial aid of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, 1934-1955 Banks grouped by class of bank, year of receivership or deposit assumption, amount of deposits, and State

Table 118.

Assets and liabilities, at date of closing, of insured banks placed in receivership and of insured banks of which deposits were assumed by another insured bank with the financial aid of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, 1934-1955

Table 119.

Name, location, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation disbursement, and assets and liabilities, insured banks placed in receivership or of which deposits were assumed by another insured bank with the financial aid of the Corporation, 1955

Table 120.

Recoveries and losses by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation on potentially recoverable disbursements for protection of depositors in insured banks placed in receivership and in insured banks of which deposits were assumed by another insured bank with the financial aid of the Corporation, 1934-1955

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

DEPOSIT

No noninsured bank failed in 1955. For suspensions of noninsured banks in previous years see the Annual Reports of the Corporation as follows: 1943, p. 102; 1946, p. 167; 1947, p. 159; 1949, p. 187; 1950, p. 277; 1951, p. 187; 1952, p. 139; 1953, p. 131; and 1954, p. 165. Sources o f data Insured banks: books of bank at date of closing; and books of FDIC, December 31, 1955.

D IS B U R S E M E N T S

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Noninsured bank failures INSURANCE

Disbursem ents by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation to protect depositors are made when insured banks in financial difficulties are placed in receivership, or when the deposits of a failing bank are assumed by another insured bank with the financial aid of the Corporation. In receiverships the disbursement is the amount paid by the Corporation on insured deposits. In deposit assumption cases the principal disbursement is the amount loaned to failing banks, or the price paid for assets purchased from them; additional disbursements are made in those cases as advances for protection of assets in process of liquidation and for liquidation expenses.

Table 117. D is b u r s e m e n t s , D e p o s it s , a n d D e p o s it o r s in I n s u r e d B a n k s P l a c e d i n R e c e i v e r s h i p a n d i n I n s u r e d B a n k s o f w h ic h D e p o s i t s w e r e A s s u m e d b y A n o t h e r I n s u r e d B a n k w i t h t h e F i n a n c i a l A id o f t h e F e d e r a l D e p o s i t I n s u r a n c e C o r p o r a t i o n , 1 9 3 4 -1 9 5 5 BAN KS GROUPED B Y CLASS OF B A N K , YEAR OF RECEIVERSHIP OR DEPOSIT ASSUMPTION, AMOUNT OF DEPOSITS, AND STATE

Disbursements by FDIC (in thousands of dollars) Deposit ass umption cases

Classification

Deposits (in thousands of dollars)1

Number of banks Re­ ceiver­ ships

Deposit assump­ tion cases

Receiver­ ships

Deposit assump­ tion cases

Number of depositors1

Receiver­ ships

Deposit assump­ tion cases4

197,303

46,383

429

249

180

571,907

116,088

455,819

1,410,609

390,808

1,019,801

Class of bank 61,894 State banks members F. R . S. 120,473 Banks not members F. R . S .. 152,822

17,759 20,934 52,810

38,075 80,271 78,957

6,060 19,268 21,055

75 22 332

23 6 220

52 16 112

117,153 187,656 267,098

24,079 26,537 65,472

93,074 161,119 201,626

295,992 368,424 746,193

61,049 82,818 246,941

234,943 285,606 499,252

Year 1934 1935............................................. 1936............................................. 1937............................................. 1938.............................................

941 9,162 15,715 20,042 35,381

941 6,025 8,056 12,044 9,092

2,865 6,725 7,116 21,387

272 934 882 4,902

9 25 69 75 74

9 24 42 50 50

1 27 25 24

1,968 13,320 27,508 33,349 59,684

1,968 9,091 11,241 14,960 10,296

4,229 16,267 18,389 49,388

15,767 44,655 89,018 130,387 203,961

15,767 32,331 43,225 74,148 44,288

12,324 45,793 56,239 159,673

1939............................................. 1940............................................. 1941............................................. 1942............................................. 1943.............................................

85,373 91,366 25,356 11,901 7,244

26,197 4,895 12,278 1,612 5,500

41,573 69,239 11,602 9,213 1,672

17,603 17,232 1,476 1,076 72

60 43 15 20 5

32 19 8 6 4

28 24 7 14 1

157,772 142,430 29,717 19,185 12,525

32,738 5,657 14,730 1,816 6,637

125,034 136,773 14,987 17,369 5,888

392,718 256,361 73,005 60,688 27,371

90,169 20,667 38,594 5,717 16,917

302,549 235,694 34,411 54,971 10,454

1944............................................. 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949

1,540 1,865 276 2,003 3*188 2/717

404

1,099 1,768 265 1,724 2,990 2,552

37 97 11 279 198 165

2 1 1 5 3 4

1

1 1 1 5 3 4

1,915 5,695 347 7,040 10,674 5,475

456

1,459 5,695 347 7,040 10,674 5,475

5,487 12,483 1,383 10,637 18,540 5,671

899

4,588 12,483 1,383 10,637 18,540 5,671

1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955.............................................

4,414 2,002 1,547 5,333 975 6,848

4,459

3,986 1,885 1,369 5,017 913 2,343

428 117 178 316 62 46

4 2 3 2 2 5

4

4 2 3 2 2 1

5,502 3,408 3,171 18,262 997 11,963

6,498

5,502 3,408 3,171 18,262 997 5,465

6,365 5,276 6,752 24,469 1,807 17,808

8,086

6,365 5,276 6,752 24,469 1,807 9,722

Banks with deposits of— $100,000 or less........................ $100,000 to $250,000.............. $250,000 to $500,000.............. $500,000 to $1,000,000...........

5,145 13,056 15,179 35,440

4,308 11,554 10,223 16,232

690 1,352 4,365 17,201

147 150 591 2,007

107 109 59 M

83 86 36 27

24 23 23 36*

6,426 17,759 20,976 52,618

4,947 13,920 12,462 20,374

1,479 3,839 8,514 32,244

38,350 83,370 89,949 162,577

29,695 65,512 56,777 67,217

8,655 17,858 33,172 95,360

$1,000,000 to $2 ,000,000. . .. $2,000,000 to $5,000,000. . -. nnn non ^in Ann , vnon ^OiU UUjU UU lO ^lU^Uvv U v. . • $10,000,000 to $25,000,000. . $25,000,000 to $50,000,000. .

34,356 54,422 28 175 51 >45 98,371

8,961 14,549

22,179 34,392 23,4.00 2ojo71 73,653

3,216 5,481 4,775 5,298 24,718

42 30 i1> ' *0Z. 5 4

9 6

83 24 10 3 4

60,554 92,047 65,397 96,712 159,418

11,748 19,993

48,806 72,054 65,397 64,068 159,418

193,531 229,544 170,841 170,119 272,328

54,324 56,112

139,207 173,432 170,841 108,948 272,328

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

25,676

2

!i

Total

32,644

Total

61,171

C O R PO R ATION

91,503

Total

INSURANCE

335,189

All b anks......................................

Liquidation Principal* expenses and advances

DEPOSIT

Re­ ceiver­ ships2

FEDERAL

Total

Florida............... Georgia............. Idaho................. Illinois................. Indiana...............

313 941 1,507 9,903 6,580

203 846 1,507 1.242 3,096

7,983 3,101

678

Iowa.................... Kansas.............. . Kentucky......... Louisiana.......... Maine................

1,569 1,046 5,579 668 2,389

385 482 3,329

1,071 492 2,126

Maryland......... Massachusetts. . Michigan.......... Minnesota.......... Mississippi.

3,480 2,594 7,036 640 257

735

Missouri............ Montana........... Nebraska............ New Hampshire New Jersey.

5,058 660 469 125 100,913

4,335 186 469

646 453

25,103

118 55,657

New York........ North Carolina. North Dakota. . Ohio..................... Oklahoma.........

78,128 2,559 2,859 1,882 2,547

10,835 1,156 1,397 1,610 1,133

Oregon............... Pennsylvania. . . South Carolina. South D akota... Tennessee...........

1,043 60,722 284 2,421 1,303

10,133 136 2,388 1,164

Texas................... Vermont............. Virginia............... Washington........ West Virginia. ..

3,629 3,467 5,412 1,447 1,458

* 1,458

Wisconsin........... Wyoming............

7,500

5,096

8

221

995 144 861

81 48 138

3 6 2 1 2

1 5 1 1 2

2,286 1,764 4,792 8 1,526

101 1,168 3,714

2 9 2 18 20

1 7 2 6 15

491 1,089 1,892 27,321 13,594

217 998 1,892 1,637 3,932

113 72 124

6 9 23 3 1

3 5 18 3

5,516 1,233 8,886 1,652 5,465

498 539 3,954 1,652

371 1,030 747

5 2 8 5 3

2

4,566 3,019 13,531 818 334

828

7 20,153

46 5 4 1 38

34 3 4 11

7,149 1,095 538 296 192,417

56,499 1,231 1,259 258 1,311

10,794 172 203 14 103

25 7 29 3 8

3 2 18 2 5

962 41,159 138 24 114

81 9,430

1 29 2 23 12

8 1 22 8

2,343

139 640 257

3,292 3,259 511

2,374 1,564 6,150

293 186 4,396 935 2,092

202

10 9 25 44

3 5 3

505 512

19 3 8 1 3

17 2 3

312 19

31 1

20

22

3

1 Adjusted to December 31, 1955. 2 Includes estimated additional disbursements. * Excludes excess collections turned over to banks as additional purchase price at termination of liquidation. 4 Number of deposit accounts.

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

8

2,185 596 1,078

7,906 4,433 7,525 10

1,526

794 3,529 4,356

10

7,112 904 3,169

5,379

5,379

1,642 8,387 2,443 43,291 30,006

448 7,773 2,443 5,372 12,549

13,665 5,145 36,134 6,087 9,722

1,676 2,254 18,490 6,087

3,738 3.019 13,371

22,567 9,046 31,663 2.650 1.651

6,643

5,116 215 538

2,033 880

1,169 651

296 161,502

26,760 849 2,224

30,915

34,929 1,500 2,224 1,780 520,380

101,614

1,780 418,766

138,811 3,266 3,830 3,139 4,371

13,286 1,421 1,552 2,345 1,659

125,525 1,845 2,278 794 2,712

259,889 10,408 14,103 8,544 10,795

28,440 3,677 6,760 7,585 5,874

231,449 6,731 7,343 959 4,921

1,302 75,746 850 2,988 1,942

14,340 136 2,862 1,620

1,302 61,406 714 126 322

2,209 166,893 1,848 12,515 12,358

43,828 403 11,412 9,993

2,209 123,065 1,445 1,103 2,365

686 350 10,127 1,536

21,149 11,057 26,041 4,179 8,346

3,545 2,033

26,898 3,212

4,817 3,725 10,756 1,536 2,006 9,511 2,033

274 91 25,684 9,662 5.018 694 4,932 ‘ 5,465

160 818 334

4,131 3,375 629 ’ 2,006 5,966

1,194 614 37,919 17,457 11,989 2,891 17,644 ' 9,722

928 2.650 1.651

19,621 8,687 2,964 ' 8,346 18,739

15,924 9,046 30,735

1,528 2,370 23,077 4,179

D IS B U R S E M E N T S

1,242

94 841 2,128 8 1.242

INSURANCE

1,170 1,033 3,127

DEPOSIT

State Alabama........... Arkansas.......... California......... Colorado............. Connecticut. . . .

8,159 3,212

a 03

164 Table 118. A s s e t s a n d L i a b i l i t i e s , a t D a t e o f C l o s i n g , o f I n s u r e d B a n k s P l a c e d i n R e c e i v e r s h i p a n d o f I n s u r e d B a n k s o f w h i c h D e p o s i t s w e r e A s s u m e d b y A n o t h e r I n s u r e d B a n k w i t h t h e F i n a n c i a l A i d o f t h e F e d e r a l D e p o s i t I n s u r a n c e C o r p o r a t i o n , 1934-1955

Year

$132,064,456

$92,943,183

RECEIVE RSHIP CASI lS $ 24,205,175 $12,015,898 T otal

Total

1934-19504 1955

22,620,382 1,584,793

10,154,078 1,861,820

DEPOSIT ASSUMPTKON CASES $107,859,281 $80,927,285 T otal 99,322,369 886,937 552,710 4,485,650 88,414 2,523,201

70,452,646 625,657 781,093 8,326,289 141,600 600,000

Other real estate

$75,312,261 $251,089,926

$22,912,474

$59,581,863

$16,101,189 $ 67,760,615

Loans, discounts, and overdrafts

$ 5,479,914

$12,293,686

65,569,217 2,191,398

5,375,616 104,298

12,293,686

$59,211,072 $183,329,311

$17,432,560

$47,288,177

17,123,404 34,502 35,121 141,556 1,306 96,671

47,270,110

15,946,562 154,627

58,421,346 6,450 40,728 660,548 2,000 80,000

172,461,339 1,484,869 924,419 4,878,142 884,925 2,695,617

18,067

Other liabilities

Capital stock

Other capital accounts1

$14,112,814 $648,016,977 $568,522,233

$11,723,520

$64,218,7252

$3,552,499

$ 8,383,170 $146,239,647 $113,872,482

$10,129,736

$18,290,5453

$3,946,884

107,374,564 6,497,918

10,122,023 7,713

18,150,545 140,000

4,642,916 -696,032

$ 5,729,644 $501,777,330 $454,649,751

$ 1,593,784

$45,928,1805

$-394,385

423,518,622 3,408,095 3,006,036 18,262,055 990,283 5,464,660

1,553,625 8,659 8,908 22,339 13 240

45,321,180 85,000 62,000 250,000 50,000 160,000

-39,030 -451,846 -688,553 276,823 97,380 410,841

Other assets

8,330,507 52,663

5,303,183 11,493 54,320 319,032 19,431 22,185

Total

140,290,048 5,949,599

470,354,397 3,049,908 2,388,391 18,811,217 1,137,676 6,035,741

Total deposits

1 Includes surplus, undivided profits, and reserve funds, minus deficit, if any, as determined after adjustment of books of banks for liabilities discovered by agents of the FDIC. 2 Includes R .F .C . capital of $25,180,114. 3 Includes R .F .C . capital of $5,896,246. 4 No insured bank was placed in receivership from 1944 through 1954. For data by years see Annual Report of the Corporation for 1950, p. 280. 6 Includes R .F .C . capital of $19,283,868. 6 For data by years see Annual Report of the Corporation for 1954, p. 168.

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

CORPORATION

1935-19506 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955

Banking house, furniture & fixtures

Other securities

INSURANCE

U. S. Gov­ ernment obligations

DEPOSIT

Cash and due from banks

FEDERAL

Liabilities and capital accounts

Assets

Table 119. in

N a m e , L o c a t io n , F e d e r a l D e p o s it I n s u r a n c e C o r p o r a t io n D is b u r s e m e n t , a n d A s s e t s a n d L i a b il it ie s , I n s u r e d B a n k s P l a c e d R e c e i v e r s h i p o r o f w h i c h D e p o s i t s w e r e A s s u m e d b y A n o t h e r I n s u r e d B a n k w i t h t h e F i n a n c i a l A i d o f t h e C o r p o r a t i o n , 1955

Case number

Name and location

Receivership 246

Number of depositors or accounts1

Class of bank

Date of closing or deposit assumption

First payment to depositors, or disbursement by FDIC

1,239

January 27,1955

February 7, 1955

247

Rathdrum State Bank, Rathdrum, Idaho

State bank not member F. R . System

1,157

April 30, 1955

248

Bank of North Idaho, Priest River, Idaho

State bank not member F. R. System

1,300

249

Joshua Monument National Bank of Twentynine Palms, Twentynine Palms, Calif.

National

Frontier Trust Company, Fort Fairfield, Maine

State bank not member F. R. System

Deposit assumption 180

$823,948

Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

May 10, 1955

713,095

Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

April 30, 1955

May 11,1955

794,509

Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

4,381

July 25, 1955

August 8, 1955

2,127,769

Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

9,722

October 3, 1955

October 3, 1955

2,343,167

Northern National Bank of Presque Isle, Maine

Assets3

T o ta l___ Receivershiip 246

Cash and due from banks

U. S. Gov­ ernment obligations

$4,107,994

$2,461,820

Other securities

Loans, discounts, and overdrafts

$234,627

$4,887,015

Liabilities and capital accounts3 Banking house, furniture & fixtures

$200,969

Other real estate

$18,067

Other assets

$74,848

Total

Deposits

$11,985,340

$11,962,578

Other liabilities

$7,953

Capital stock

Other capital accounts

$300,000

$-285,191

134,072

300,000

14,800

248,737

6,338

17,009

720,956

891,548

25,000

-195,592

247

212,370

153,000

63,828

563,027

11,060

13,398

1,016,683

909,443

1,676

25,000

80,564

248

115,900

135,000

73,899

748,835

22,295

5,385

1,101,314

983,013

2,468

40,000

75,833

249

1,122,451

1,273,820

2,100

630,799

64,605

16,871

3,110,646

3,713,914

3,569

50,000

-656,837

Deposit assumpt on 180 2,523,201

600,000

80,000

2,695,617

96,671

22,185

6,035,741

5,464,660

240

160,000

410,841

s

18,067

At date of closing. Number of depositors in receivership cases; number of deposit accounts in deposit assumption case, a ^ece^ve^s^P cases includes disbursements made to December 31, 1955, plus estimated additional disbursement. As determined by FDIC agents after adjustment of books of bank for liabilities discovered subsequent to closing.

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

D IS B U R S E M E N T S

Case number

INSURANCE

National

DEPOSIT

First National Bank of Lewisville, Lewisville, Texas

Receiver or assuming bank

Disburse­ ment2

T a b le 12 0 . D

R e c o v e r i e s a n d L o s s e s b y t h e F e d e r a l D e p o s it I n s u r a n c e C o r p o r a t io n o n P o t e n t i a l l y R e c o v e r a b l e P r o t e c t i o n o f D e p o s it o r s i n I n s u r e d B a n k s P l a c e d i n R e c e i v e r s h i p a n d i n I n s u r e d B a n k s o f w h i c h D e p o s i t s w e r e A s s u m e d b y A n o t h e r I n s u r e d B a n k w it h t h e F i n a n c i a l A id o f t h e C o r p o r a t i o n , 1 9 3 4 -1 9 5 5

is b u r s e m e n t s

for

(Amounts in thousands of dollars) All cases

Deposit assumption cases FDIC disbursement3

Num­ ber of banks

FDIC disburse­ ment

Re­ Estimated coveries additional Losses1 to Dec. recoveries 31, 1955

Num­ ber of banks

FDIC disburse­ ment2

Num­ ber of banks

Re­ Estimated coveries additional to Dec. 31,1955 recoveries

Liquida­ tion ex­ Principal penses and advances

Re­ Estimated coveries additional Losses1 to Dec. recoveries 31, 1955

4,341

28,108

249

91,503

75,114

1,858

14,531

180

197,303

46,383

227,626

2.483

13,577

139,855 195,334

126,130 176,610

4,341

9,384 18,724

4 245

4,459 87,044

2,248 72,866

1,858

353 14,178

35 145

108,993 88,310

26,403 19,980

123,882 103,744

2.483

390

9,031 4,546

Year 193 4 193 5 193 6 193 7 193 8

941 9,162 15,715 20,042 35,381

734 6,425 13,249 16,490 32,956

207 2,716 2,459 3,552 2,425

941 6,025 8,056 12,044 9,092

734 4,274 6,596 9,517 7,908

207 1,751 1,460 2,527 1,184

1 27 25 24

2,865 6,725 7,116 21,387

272 934 882 4,902

2,151 6,653 6,973 25,048

21 7

965 999 1,025 1,241

193 194 194 194 194

9 0 1 2 3

85,373 91,366 25,356 11,901 7,244

78,200 87,215 24,696

7,157 3,892 595 689 124

26,197 4,895 12,278 1,612 5,500

20,399 4,313 12,065 1,320 5,376

5,798 582 213 292 124

28 24 7 14 1

41,573 69,239 11,602 9,213 1,672

17,603 17,232 1,476 1,076 72

57,801 82,902 12,631 9,892 1,744

16 259 65

1,359 3,310 382 397

194 194 194 194 194 194

4 5 6 7 8 9

1,540 1,865 276 2,003 3,188 2,717

1,500 1,865 276 1,741 2,548 2,345

40

404

364

40

1,099 1,768 265 1,724 2,990 2,552

37 97

188

1 1 1 5 3 4

279 198 165

1,136 1,865 276 1,741 2,548 2,345

188

74 640 369

195 195 195 195 195 195

0 1 2 3 4 5

4,414 2,002 1,547 5,333 975 6,848

2,999 1,909 651 5,326 562 2,721

25 83 76 6 118 3,474

4

3,986 1,885 1,369 5,017 913 2,343

428 117 178 316 62 46

2,999 1,909 651 5,326 562 473

25 83 76 6 118 1,616

11,212

16 259 65

7,120

74 640 1,390

10

2

820 295 653

3 2 4,459

2,248

1,858

353

2 1

11

3

1,390 10 820

N o te : Because of rounding, components may not add precisely to totals. 1 Includes estimated losses in active cases. Not adjusted for interest or allowable return, which was collected in some cases in which the disbursement was fully recovered. 2 Includes estimated additional disbursements. 3 Excludes excess collections turned over to banks as additional purchase price at termination of liquidations.

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

295 300

CO R P O R A TIO N

302,740

INSURANCE

335,189

Status Active. Terminated

DEPOSIT

429

T o ta l..........

FEDERAL

Liquidation status and year of receivership or deposit assumption

Receivership cases

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

I n d e x

Page

Page Accounts

Expenses..................................... 146 Insured banks.............................3, 110 3, 47-58, 62-75, 86-87, 90-95 Admission to insured status. See Liabilities.................................... 126 Insured status. Arkansas: Accounts................. 62, 66, 70, 72, 90 Alabama: Accounts............... 62, 66, 70, 72, 90 Assets.......................................... 126 Assets.......................................... 126 Bank(s), operating................. 110, 118 Bank(s), operating................. 110, 118 Bank branches............................ 110 Deposits Bank branches............................ 110 Deposits 62, 76, 80, 82, 86, 90, 118, 126 62, 76, 80, 82, 86, 90, 118-126 vi District office.............................. Dividends.................................... 146 District office.............................. vi Earnings...................................... 146 Dividends.................................... 146 Examiner..................................... vi Earnings...................................... 146 Examiner..................................... vi Expenses..................................... 146 Insured banks............................ 3, 110 Expenses..................................... 146 Legislation...............................101-104 Insured banks.............................3, 110 Liabilities.................................... 126 Legislation................................... 101 Liabilities.................................... Receiverships.............................. 163 126 Assessment decisions................... 99, 100 Receiverships.............................. 163 Assets. See Bank(s), commercial; Alaska: Bank(s), operating; Bank(s), 127 Assets.......................................... placed in receivership; Bank(s), Bank(s), operating..................... 117 savings; Federal Deposit In­ Bank branches............................ 117 surance Corporation. Deposits.................................. 119, 127 Audit Division: District office.............................. vi Educational program................. Dividends.................................... 146 19 Employees................................... 19 Earnings...................................... 146 Examiner..................................... vi Audit report (FDIC, 1955) ........... 20-22 Automobile instalment paper. Expenses..................................... 146 Insured banks............................ 3, 117 See Loan(s). Liabilities.................................... 127 Bank(s), all. See Bank(s), All banks. See Bank(s), operating. operating. American Institute of Banking, correspondence courses..............19, 20 Bank(s), commercial: American Samoa: Assets and liabilities...............122-127 127 Assets.......................................... Categories............................... 106-107 Deposit(s) Bank(s), operating..................... 117 Bank branches............................ 117 33-34, 118-119, 123, 125-127 Insured...................122, 124, 128, 130 Deposits.................................. 119, 127 accounts.................................. 90, 91 Liabilities.................................... 127 distributions........................66-75 Applications: (for) Insured status.................... 7-8 assets and liabilities............123-131 deposits Other........................................... 8 33-34, 118-119, 123, 125-127, 130 Types.......................................... 7-8 distributions........................76-85 Areas outside Continental United States: interest on........... 38, 40, 134-155 Assets and liabilities.................. 127 earnings and expenses........ 134-155 Deposits...................................... 119 expense ratios..........39-40, 134-155 Earnings and expenses.......... 146, 147 income, sources and Number................... 108, 110, 117, 119 disposition........................... 35-36 number Arizona: Accounts................. 62, 66, 70, 72, 90 108, 110, 112, 114, 116, 118-119 Assets.......................................... 126 profits....................... 42-43, 134-155 Bank(s), operating..................... 110 salaries and wages........ 40, 134-155 (by) States. See Names of Bank branches............................ 110 Deposits individual States. 62, 76, 80, 82, 86, 90, 118, 126 Noninsured: District office.............................. vi assets and liabilities. . .31, 122, 125 Dividends.................................... 146 capital accounts............34, 123-125 Earnings...................................... 146 deposits......................... 34, 123-125 Examiner.................................... vi Number........................... 108, 110-119

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

169

170

FEDERAL

D EP O S IT IN S U R A N C E

Bank(s), insured: Accounts............................... 48, 62-65 changes, 1934-1955.................54-58 Assessment rate paid b y .......... 11 Assets and liabilities..........8, 128, 130 Bank examinations..................... 4 Deposit(s)............. 3, 27, 48, 51, 62-65 changes, 1984-1955.................54-58 Deposit information request, (1955)............................8, 47, 59-61 Disbursements for protection of depositors. .9-11, 162-163, 165-166 Earnings.....................37-38, 132-159 Examination reports, review of 4 Expenses..................... 37-38, 132-159 Income.........................35-44, 132-159 Growth, 1947-1955................. 35-37 Income credit, (for) adjusted net assessment income...........12, 13 Insurance coverage.....................47-48 Insured status termination........ 4 actions, 1936-1955.................. 6 Legislation concerning. .17-18, 99-104 Main office, change of location................... 100 Number insured............... 48, 108-119 Official advertising statement. . 100 Receivership. See Bank(s), placed in receivership. Termination proceedings, invol­ untary, 1955........................... 6 See also Areas outside the Con­ tinental United States; Names of individual States. Bank(s), national: Assets and liabilities statements .8,121 Dividends........................... 8, 138-141 Earnings..............................8, 138-141 Examination reports, review. . . 4 Expenses............................. 8, 138-141 Number................................... 108-117 Bank(s), new: Admission to insured status. . . 7, 108 Proposed, investigation o f......... 4 Bank(s), noninsured: Assets..................... 8, 30-31, 122, 124 Capital accounts......................... 34 Deposits............................ 34, 118-119 Liabilities..........................8, 123, 125 Number...........................108, 110-119 Trust companies, non-deposit 27, 107-119, 122-125 Bank(s), operating: Absorption.................................. 25-26 Admission to insured status, application for......................... 7 Assets.......................................... 120 components................... 28, 122-125 gro vvth..................................... 27-29 statistics..................................8, 120 Capital accounts........ 33-35, 123, 125 Classification.................. 106, 108, 109 Classification changes................ 108 Consolidations............................ 25-26 Deposits............................27, 106, 118 components................... 32, 123-125 Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

C O R PO R A T IO N

Page growth..................................... 31-33 statistics..................................8, 120 (by) FDIC District................118, 126 Insurance status......................... 26-27 Loans...........................29-30, 122, 124 Mergers....................... 25-26, 162-165 Number...... 25-26, 106, 108, 109, 118 Offices.......................... 25-26, 108-117 (by) State................................110-120 Bank(s), placed in receivership: 1955.............................................9, 165 1934-1955 ...................... 9-11, 162-164 Disbursements by FDIC 9-10, 162-163, 165-166 Losses of depositors................... 11 Bank(s), savings: Deposits, insured........................ 50 Guaranty (New Hampshire) “ savings deposit” , amended 18 meaning............................... Mutual: Insured....................................108, 110 accounts.......................86-87, 94-95 additions to surplus................ 44 assets.............30, 122, 124, 128, 130 losses on...............................41-42 deposits.........33, 88-89, 94-95, 118 dividends on....... 38, 40, 156, 158 earnings and expenses. .38, 156-157 expense ratios................. 39-40, 158 income..................... 35, 38, 156-157 surplus accounts...............33, 36, 44 Noninsured............................. 108-119 assets.......................30, 31, 122, 124 deposits......... 33, 118-119, 123, 125 liabilities............................. 123, 125 surplus accounts...........33, 123, 125 Bank(s), State: Assets statements....................... 8 Dividends........................... 8, 138, 140 Earnings and expenses. . . . 8, 138, 140 Examination reports review. . . . 4 Liabilities statements................. 8 Number................................... 108-117 Bank branches............................109-117 Classification changes................ 109 Discontinued............................ 26, 109 Number.............................25, 109-117 Opened for business................. 26, 109 Proposed, examination o f .......... 4 (by) States.............................. 110-117 Bank capital. See Capital accounts. Bank examinations......................... 4 Bank examiners..................... vi, 18-20 Bank failures.................... 9-11, 161-165 Bank management: Unsafe and unsound practices, citation for.............................. 5 Bank of North Idaho, Priest River, Idaho............................... 165 Bank statements....................8, 121, 133 Banking legislation. . . . . 17-18, 101-104 Charter changes......................... 101 Checks......................................... 104 Collections................................... 103 Deposits...................................... 102

IN D EX

Page Directors..................................... 104 Employees................................... 104 Federal........................................17, 99 Holidays...................................... 104 Investments................................ 102 Loans........................................... 102 Officers........................................ 104 Operating provisions, general. . 102 Organization changes................. 101 Reserves...................................... 103 (by) States.............................. 101-104 Supervisory authority................ 101 Taxation...................................... 104 Trust activities........................... 103 Trustees....................................... 104 Banking offices: classification............................106-109 number changes..........25-26, 108-109 Banking practices, unsafe and unsound: citations for................................. 4-6 Board of Directors......................... v, 18 Branches. See Bank branches. California: Accounts.................. 62, 66, 70, 72, 90 Assets.......................................... 126 Bank(s), operating................. I l l, 118 Bank branches............................ I l l Deposits.. .62, 76, 80, 82, 86, 118, 126 District office.............................. vi Dividends.................................... 146 Earnings...................................... 146 Examiner..................................... vi Expenses..................................... 146 Insured banks............................ 3, 111 Legislation...............................101-104 Liabilities.................................... 126 Receiverships......................... 163, 165 Capital, citations for inadequate. . 5 Capital accounts and ratios 33-35, 123, 125, 131, 136, 141, 145 Checks, legislation concerning. . . . 104 City (ies): Insured accounts............64-65, 68, 87 Insured banks.......................51, 64-65 Insured deposits 17, 51, 53, 64-65, 78, 89 Civil Service Retirement System.. 19 Collections, legislation concerning 104 Colorado: Accounts.................. 62, 66, 70, 72, 90 Assets.......................................... 126 Bank(s), operating.................I l l, 118 Bank branches............................ I l l Deposits 62, 76, 80, 82, 86, 90, 118, 126 vi District office.............................. Dividends.................................... 146 Earnings...................................... 146 Examiner.................................... vi Expenses..................................... 146 Insured banks............................ 3, 111 Legislation.............................. 101, 104 Liabilities.................................... 126 Receiverships.............................. 163 Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

171

Page Commercial banks. See Bank(s), commercial. Connecticut: Accounts............ 62, 66, 70, 72, 86, 90 Assets.......................................... 126 Bank(s), operating................. I l l, 118 Bank branches............................ I l l Deposits 62, 76, 80, 82, 88, 90, 118, 126 District office.............................. vi Dividends.................................... 146 Earnings...................................... 146 Examiner..................................... vi Expenses..................................... 146 Insured banks............................ 3, 111 Legislation...............................101-104 Liabilities.................................... 126 Receiverships.............................. 163 Controller’s Office, employees....... 19 Credit and collection policies, lax and hazardous, citations for. . . . 5 Delaware: Accounts............ 62, 66, 70, 72, 86, 90 Assets.......................................... 126 Bank(s), operating................. I l l, 118 Bank branches............................ I l l Deposits.. .62, 76, 80, 82, 88, 118, 126 vi District office.............................. Dividends.................................... 148 Earnings...................................... 148 Examiner..................................... vi Expenses..................................... 148 Insured banks............................ 3, 111 Legislation.............................. 101, 102 Liabilities.................................... 126 Deposit(s). See Bank(s), insured; Bank(s), operating; Bank(s), savings; Names of individual States. Deposit accounts............................45-58 Coverage limit............................47, 54 “ fully protected” 48-50, 53-55, 62-65, 90-95 55 Growth........................................ Size.............................................. 56 Deposit insurance fund. 12, 15-17, 21-22 Depositor (s): Accounts in different rights and capacities.................................47-48 Disbursements for protection 9-10, 160-163, 165-166 Insurance protection..................47-58 Losses o f...................................... 11 Number o f.............................48, 54-56 Directors. See Board of Directors. Directors, legislation concerning.. 104 District of Columbia: Accounts.................. 62, 66, 70, 72, 90 Assets.......................................... 126 Bank(s), operating..................... I l l Bank branches............................ I l l Deposits.. .62, 76, 80, 82, 86, 118, 126 District office.............................. vi Dividends.................................... 148

172

FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION

Page Earnings...................................... Expenses..................................... Insured banks............................3, Liabilities....................................

148 148 111 126

Earnings. See Bank(s), commer­ cial, earnings and expenses; banks, savings, mutual, insured. Employees, legislation concerning. 104 Employee benefits and programs of F D IC ...................................... 19-20 Examination(s). See Bank exa­ minations. Examination Division: Activities, 1954-1955.................. 4 Educational program................. 19-20 Employees...................................18-19 Examiners. See Bank examiners. 19 Executive Offices, employees........ Expenses. See Bank(s), commer­ cial, earnings and expenses. FDIC. See Federal Deposit In­ surance Corporation. Federal Deposit Insurance Act 4, 11, 17, 47 Audit........................................... 17 Credit to insured banks............ 11, 22 Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation: Actions to terminate insured status....................................... 4-6 Address........................................ v Administration....................... iv, v, 18 Administrative expenses............ 13 Admission to insured status. . . . 7 Applications acted upon............ 7-8 Assessment income.....................11-14 Assets.................................... 14-15,21 Audit........................................... 17 Audit report................................20-22 Authority, delegation o f ..........18, 100 Board of Directors...............iv, v, 18 Disbursements to protect de­ positors. . . .9-10, 160-163, 165-166 District office (s )......................... vi Districts (map)........................... vii Districts: Bank(s), operating, grouped by: assets................................... 126 deposits............................118-126 liabilities.............................. 126 number............................ 118-126 Employees...................................18-19 benefits and programs.. . . 19-20, 22 Examinations.............................. 4 Expenses..................................... 12-14 Income.......................... 11-14, 22, 166 Insurance protection provided b y ........................................ 3, 47-49 Legal developments. . . . 17-18, 99-100 Liabilities.............................. 14-15, 21 Officials................................... v, vi Organization..........................iv, 18-19 Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Risk concentration......... 16-17, 51-53 Rules and regulations: amendments..............17-18, 99-100 assessment decisions............... 99 100 delegation of authority.......... payment of deposits............... 99 Supervisory activities................ 4-8 Federal deposit insurance fund. See Deposit insurance fund. Federal Employees Group Life Insurance Act (1954)................. 19 Federal legislation......................... 17, 99 Federal Register, Amended FDIC rules and regulations. . . 17-18, 99-100 Federal Reserve System: Members: dividends................................. 139 earnings and expenses........ 138-141 insured without application. . 7 national....................... 108, 110-117 State............................ 108, 110-117 First National Bank of Lewisville, Lewisville, Texas........................ 165 Florida: Accounts.................. 62, 66, 70, 72, 90 Assets.......................................... 128 Bank(s), operating............... . Ill Bank branches............................ I l l Deposits.. .62, 76, 80, 82, 90, 118, 126 District office.............................. vi Dividends.................................... 148 Earnings...................................... 148 Examiner..................................... vi Expenses..................................... 148 Insured banks............................ 3, 111 Legislation...............................101-104 126 Liabilities.................................... Receiverships.............................. 163 Frontier Trust Company, Fort Fairfield, Maine.......................... 165 Georgia: Accounts.................. 62, 66, 70, 72, 90 Assets.......................................... 126 Bank(s), operating..................... Ill Bank branches............................ I l l Deposits.. .62, 76, 80, 82, 90, 118, 126 District office.............................. vi Dividends.................................... 148 Earnings...................................... 148 Examiner..................................... vi 148 Expenses..................................... Insured banks............................ 3, 111 Legislation...................... 101, 102, 104 Liabilities.................................... 126 Receiverships.............................. 183 Guaranty savings banks. See Bank(s), savings. Hawaii: Assets.......................................... Bank(s), operating................. 117, Bank branches............................ Deposits.................................. 119, District office..............................

127 119 117 127 vi

173

IN D EX

Page Examiner..................................... Liabilities.................................... Holidays, legislation concerning. .

vi 127 104

Idaho: Accounts.................. 62, 67, 71, 73, 91 Assets.......................................... 126 Bank(s)....................................... I ll Bank branches............................ I l l Deposits.. .62, 77, 81, 83, 91, 118, 126 District office.............................. vi Dividends.................................... 148 Earnings...................................... 148 Examiner..................................... vi Expenses..................................... 148 Insured banks............................ 3, 111 Legislation...............................102-104 Liabilities.................................... 126 Receiverships..........................163, 165 Illinois: Accounts.................. 62, 67, 71, 73, 91 Assets.......................................... 126 Bank(s), operating..................... I l l Bank branches............................ I l l Deposits.. .62, 77, 81, 83, 91, 118, 126 vi District office.............................. Dividends.................................... 148 Earnings...................................... 148 Examiner..................................... vi Expenses..................................... 148 Insured banks............................ 3, 111 Legislation...............................101-103 Liabilities.................................... 126 Receiverships.............................. 163 Indiana: Accounts............ 62, 67, 71, 73, 86, 91 Assets.......................................... 126 Bank(s), operating..................... 112 Bank branches............................ 112 Deposits.62, 77, 81, 83, 88, 91, 118, 126 District office.............................. vi Dividends.................................... 148 Earnings...................................... 148 Examiner..................................... vi Expenses..................................... 148 Insured banks............................ 3, 112 Legislation.............................. 101, 104 126 Liabilities.................................... Receiverships.............................. 163 Insured status: Admission t o ............................... 7 Termination proceedings, 1955. . 6 Investments: Citation for unsound................. 5 Legislation concerning........... 102-103 Iowa: Accounts.................. 62, 67, 71, 73, 91 Assets.......................................... 126 Bank(s), operating..................... 112 Bank branches............................ 112 Deposits.. .62, 77, 81, 83, 91, 118, 126 District office.............................. vi Dividends.................................... 148 Earnings...................................... 148 Examiner..................................... vi Expenses..................................... 148 Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Insured banks.............................3, 112 Legislation...............................102-103 Liabilities.................................... 126 Receiverships.............................. 163 Joshua Monument National Bank, Twentynine Palms, California. .

165

Kansas: Accounts.................. 62, 67, 71, 73, 91 Assets.......................................... 126 Bank(s), operating..................... 112 Bank branches............................ 112 Deposits.. .62, 77, 81, 83, 91, 118, 126 vi District office.............................. Dividends.................................... 148 Earnings...................................... 148 Examiner..................................... vi Expenses..................................... 148 Insured banks............................ 3, 112 Legislation...............................101-104 Liabilities.................................... 126 Receiverships.............................. 163 Kentucky: Accounts.................. 63, 67, 71, 73, 91 Assets.......................................... 127 Bank(s), operating..................... 112 Bank branches............................ 127 Deposits.. .63, 77, 81, 83, 91, 119, 127 District office.............................. vi Dividends.................................... 148 Earnings...................................... 148 Examiner..................................... vi 148 Expenses..................................... Insured banks.............................3, 112 Liabilities.................................... 127 Receiverships.............................. 163 Law violations: Actions to terminate insured status, 1986-1955.................... 6 Citations for............................... 4-6 Legal Division, employees............. 19 Legislation. See Banking legislation. Liquidation, legislation concerning 104 Liquidation Division, employees. . 19 Loan(s): Agricultural................................ 29, 30 Automobile instalment.............. 30 Citations for unsound................ 5 Commercial................................. 30 (and) Discounts............. 122, 124, 129 Distribution o f............................29-30 Income rate on. .38-39, 137, 141, 159 30 Increase (1955)........................... Industrial.................................... 30 Instalment................................ 30, 121 102 Legislation concerning............... “ other loans to individuals” . . . . 30 Real estate....... 29, 39, 122, 124, 129 Losses on assets 40-42, 134-135, 138-139, 142-143, 157 Louisiana: Accounts.................. 63, 67, 71, 73, 91 Assets.......................................... 127

174

FEDERAL

D EP O SIT

IN SU R A N C E

Page Bank(s), operating..................... 112 Bank branches............................ 112 Deposits.. .63, 77, 81, 83, 91, 119, 127 District office.............................. vi Dividends.................................... 148 Earnings...................................... 148 Examiner.................................... vi Expenses..................................... 148 Insured banks............................ 3, 112 Liabilities.................................... 127 Receiverships.............................. 163 Louisiana State University, School of Banking of the South, courses 19 Maine: Accounts............ 63, 67, 71, 73, 86, 91 127 Assets.......................................... Bank(s), operating..................... 112 Bank branches............................ 112 Deposits 63, 77, 81, 83, 88, 91, 119, 127 District office.............................. vi Dividends.................................... 150 Earnings...................................... 150 Examiner.................................... vi Expenses..................................... 150 Insured banks............................ 3, 112 Legislation...............................101-104 Liabilities.................................... 127 Receiverships.............................. 163 Mariana Islands: Assets.......................................... 127 Bank(s), operating................. 117, 119 Bank branches............................ 117 Deposits.................................. 119, 127 Liabilities.................................... 127 Maryland: Accounts............ 63, 67, 71, 73, 86, 91 Assets.......................................... 127 Bank(s), operating..................... 113 Bank branches............................ 113 Deposits 63, 77, 81, 83, 88, 91, 119, 127 District office.............................. vi Dividends.................................... 150 Earnings...................................... 150 Examiner..................................... vi Expenses..................................... 150 Insured banks.............................3, 113 Legislation.............................. 101, 104 Liabilities.................................... 127 Receiverships.............................. 163 Massachusetts: Accounts.................. 63, 67, 71, 73, 91 Assets.......................................... 127 Bank(s), operating..................... 113 Bank branches............................ 113 Deposits.. .63, 77, 81, 83, 91, 119, 127 vi District office.............................. Dividends.................................... 150 Earnings...................................... 150 Examiner..................................... vi Expenses..................................... 150 Insured banks.............................3, 113 Legislation...............................101-103 Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

C O R PO R A T IO N

Liabilities.................................... 127 Receiverships.............................. 163 Mergers. See Banks, operating. Michigan: Accounts.................. 63, 67, 71, 73, 91 127 Assets.......................................... Bank(s), operating..................... 113 Bank branches............................ 113 Deposits.. .63, 77, 81, 83, 91, 119, 127 vi District office.............................. Dividends.................................... 150 Earnings...................................... 150 Examiner..................................... vi Expenses..................................... 150 Insured banks............................ 3, 113 Legislation...............................102-104 Liabilities.................................... 127 Receiverships.............................. 163 Minnesota: Accounts............ 63, 67, 71, 73, 86, 91 Assets.......................................... 127 Bank(s), operating..................... 113 Bank branches............................ 113 Deposits 63, 77, 81, 83, 88, 91, 119, 127 vi District office.............................. Dividends.................................... 150 Earnings...................................... 150 Examiner..................................... vi Expenses..................................... 150 Insured banks............................ 3, 113 Legislation...............................101-104 127 Liabilities.................................... Receiverships.............................. 163 Mississippi: Accounts.................. 63, 67, 71, 73, 91 127 Assets.......................................... Bank(s), operating..................... 113 Bank branches............................ 113 Deposits.. .63, 77, 81, 83, 91, 119, 127 District office.............................. vi Dividends.................................... 150 Earnings...................................... 150 Examiner..................................... vi Expenses..................................... 150 Insured banks.............................3, 113 127 Liabilities.................................... Receiverships.............................. 163 Missouri: Accounts.................. 63, 67, 71, 73, 91 Assets.......................................... 127 Bank(s), operating..................... 113 Bank branches............................ 113 Deposits.. .63, 77, 81, 83, 91, 119, 127 District office.............................. vi Dividends................................ .. 150 Earnings.................................. . . 150 Examiner................................... vi Expenses..................................... 150 Insured banks............................ 3, 113 Legislation.......................101, 103-104 Liabilities.................................... 127 Receiverships.............................. 163 Montana: Accounts.................. 63, 67, 71, 73, 91 Assets........................................... 127

IN D E X

Page Bank(s), operating..................... 113 Bank branches............................ 113 Deposits.. .63, 77, 81, 83, 91, 119, 127 vi District office.............................. Dividends.................................... 150 Earnings...................................... 150 Examiner..................................... vi Expenses..................................... 150 Insured banks............................ 3, 113 Legislation...............................103-104 Liabilities.................................... 127 Receiverships.............................. 163 Mutual savings banks. See Bank(s), savings. National banks. See Bank(s), national. Nebraska: Accounts.................. 63, 67, 71, 73, 91 127 Assets.......................................... Bank(s), operating..................... 113 Bank branches............................ 113 Deposits.. .63, 77, 81, 83, 91, 119, 127 District office.............................. vi Dividends.................................... 150 Earnings...................................... 150 Examiner..................................... vi 150 Expenses..................................... Insured banks............................ 3, 113 Legislation.............................. 101, 104 Liabilities.................................... 127 Receiverships.............................. 163 Nevada: Accounts.................. 63, 67, 71, 73, 91 Assets.......................................... 127 Bank(s), operating..................... 113 Bank branches............................ 113 Deposits.. .63, 77, 81, 83, 91, 119, 127 District office.............................. vi Dividends.................................... 150 Earnings...................................... 150 Examiner..................................... vi 150 Expenses................................. Insured banks............................ 3, 113 Legislation...............................103-104 Liabilities.................................... 127 New Hampshire: Accounts............ 63, 67, 71, 73, 86, 91 Assets.......................................... 127 Bank(s), guaranty savings........ 6, 18 Bank(s), operating..................... 114 Bank branches............................ 114 Deposits 63, 77, 81, 83, 88, 91, 119, 127 vi District office.............................. Dividends.................................... 150 Earnings...................................... 150 Examiner.................................... vi Expenses..................................... 150 Insured banks............................ 3, 114 Legislation...............................102-103 Liabilities.................................... 127 Receiverships.............................. 163 New Jersey: Accounts............ 63, 67, 71, 73, 86, 91 Assets.......................................... 127 Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

175

Page Bank(s), operating..................... 114 Bank branches............................ 114 Deposits 63, 77, 81, 83, 88, 91, 119, 127 vi District office.............................. Dividends.................................... 152 Earnings...................................... 152 Examiner.................................... vi Expenses..................................... 152 Insured banks............................ 3, 114 Legislation...............................101-103 Liabilities.................................... 127 Receiverships.............................. 163 New Mexico: Accounts.................. 63, 67, 71, 73, 91 Assets.......................................... 127 Bank(s), operating..................... 114 Bank branches............................ 114 Deposits.. .63, 77, 81, 83, 91, 119, 127 vi District office.............................. Dividends.................................... 152 Earnings...................................... 152 Examiner.................................... vi Expenses..................................... 152 Insured banks.............................3, 114 Legislation...............................101-104 Liabilities.................................... 127 New York (City): Insured deposits.........................51, 64 New York (State): Accounts............ 63, 67, 71, 73, 86, 91 127 Assets.......................................... 114 Bank(s), operating..................... Bank branches............................ 114 Deposits 63, 77, 81, 83, 88, 91, 119, 127 District office.............................. vi Dividends.................................... 152 Earnings...................................... 152 Examiner..................................... vi Expenses..................................... 152 Insured banks............................ 3, 114 Legislation.............................. 102, 103 Liabilities.................................... 127 Receiverships.............................. 163 Noninsured banks. See Bank(s), noninsured. North Carolina: Accounts.................. 63, 67, 71, 73, 91 Assets.......................................... 127 114 Bank(s), operating..................... Bank branches............................ 114 Deposits.. .63, 77, 81, 83, 91, 119, 127 District office.............................. vi Dividends.................................... 152 Earnings...................................... 152 Examiner..................................... vi Expenses..................................... 152 Insured banks.............................3, 114 Legislation...................... 101, 102, 104 Liabilities.................................... 127 Receiverships.............................. 163 North Dakota: Accounts.................. 63, 67, 71, 73, 91 Assets.......................................... 127 Bank(s), operating..................... 114

176

FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION

Bank branches............................ 114 Deposits.. .63, 77, 81, 83, 91, 119, 127 District office.............................. vi Dividends.................................... 152 Earnings...................................... 152 Examiner..................................... vi Expenses..................................... 152 Insured banks.............................3, 114 Legislation.............................. 102, 103 Liabilities.................................... 127 Receiverships.............................. 163 Officer(s), legislation concerning. . 104 Ohio: Accounts............ 63, 67, 71, 73, 86, 91 Assets.......................................... 127 Bank(s), operating..................... 115 Bank branches............................ 115 Deposits 63, 77, 81, 83, 88, 91, 119, 127 District office.............................. vi Dividends.................................... 152 Earnings...................................... 152 Examiner..................................... vi Expenses..................................... 152 Insured banks............................ 3, 115 Legislation...............................101-103 Liabilities.................................... 127 Receiverships.............................. 163 Oklahoma: Accounts.................. 63, 67, 71, 73, 91 Assets.......................................... 127 Bank(s), operating..................... 115 Bank branches............................ 115 Deposits.. .63, 77, 81, 83, 91, 119, 127 District office.............................. vi Dividends.................................... 152 Earnings...................................... 152 Examiner..................................... vi Expenses..................................... 152 Insured banks............................ 3, 115 Liabilities.................................... 127 Receiverships.............................. 163 Operating banks. See Bank(s), operating. Operating earnings and expenses. See Bank(s), commercial; Bank(s), savings, mutual, insured. Oregon: Accounts............ 63, 67, 71, 73, 86, 91 127 Assets.......................................... Bank(s), operating..................... 115 Bank branches............................ 115 Deposits 63, 77, 81, 83, 88, 91, 119, 127 vi District office.............................. Dividends.................................... 152 Earnings...................................... 152 Examiner..................................... vi Expenses..................................... 152 Insured banks.............................3, 115 Legislation...............................101-102 127 Liabilities.................................... Receiverships.............................. 163 Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Page Panama Canal Zone: Assets.......................................... 127 Bank(s), operating................. 117, 127 Bank branches............................ 117 Deposits.................................. 119, 127 Liabilities.................................... 127 Pennsylvania: Accounts............ 63, 67, 71, 73, 86, 91 Assets.......................................... 127 Bank(s), operating..................... 115 Bank branches............................ 115 Deposits 63, 77, 81, 83, 88, 91, 119, 127 District office.............................. vi Dividends.................................... 152 Earnings...................................... 152 Examiner..................................... vi Expenses..................................... 152 Insured banks.............................3, 115 Legislation...............................101-103 127 Liabilities.................................... Receiverships.............................. 163 Profit (s)........... 42-43, 135-136, 139-145 Puerto Rico: Assets...................................... 121, 127 Bank(s), operating................. 117, 127 Bank branches............................ 117 Deposits.................................. 119, 127 District office.............................. vi Dividends.................................... 146 Earnings...................................... 146 Examiner..................................... vi Expenses...................................... 146 Insured banks.............................3, 117 Liabilities................................ 121, 127 Rathdrum State Bank, 165 Rathdrum, Idaho....................... Receivership. See Bank(s), placed in receivership. Reports from banks: Assets and liabilities 8, 106-107, 120-121 Earnings 8, 106-107, 133 Insured accounts and deposits 8, 47, 59-61 Research and Statistics Division, employees.................................... 19 Reserves, legislation concerning. . 103 Reserves for losses 31, 40-42, 122, 124, 129 Rhode Island: Accounts............ 63, 67, 71, 73, 86, 91 Assets.......................................... 127 Bank(s), operating..................... 115 Bank branches............................ 115 Deposits 63, 77, 81, 83, 88, 91, 119, 127 District office.............................. vi Dividends.................................... 152 Earnings...................................... 152 Examiner..................................... vi Expenses..................................... 152 Insured banks.............................3, 115 Liabilities.................................... 127

IN D E X

Page

Page

19

Accounts.................. 63, 67, 71, 73, 91 Assets.......................................... 127 Bank(s), operating..................... 115 Bank branches............................ 115 Deposits.. .63, 77, 81, 83, 91, 119, 127 District office.............................. vi Dividends.................................... 154 Earnings...................................... 154 Examiner..................................... vi Expenses...................................... 154 Insured banks.............................3, 115 Legislation...............................101-104 127 Liabilities.................................... Receiverships..........................163, 165 Treasury U. S., borrowing power. . 22 Trust activities, legislation con­ cerning ......................................... 103 Trust companies. See Banks, operating. Trustees, legislation concerning. . 104

Rutgers University, Graduate School of Banking, courses. . . .

Savings banks. See Bank(s), “ savings deposit,” amended meaning...................................... 18, 99 Securities. .28-29, 37, 122, 124, 126-128 Size of bank, deposit: Earnings data......................... 142-145 Insured accounts and deposits 49-52, 57, 64, 68, 74-75, 78, 84-85, 89, 92, 94 Social Security A ct........................ 19 South Carolina: Accounts.................. 63, 67, 71, 73, 91 Assets.......................................... 127 Bank(s), operating..................... 115 Bank branches............................ 115 Deposits.. .63, 77, 81, 83, 91, 119, 127 vi District office.............................. Dividends.................................... 152 Earnings...................................... 152 Examiner..................................... vi Expenses..................................... 152 Insured banks............................ 3, 115 Legislation.............................. 102, 103 Liabilities.................................... 127 Receiverships.............................. 163 South Dakota: Accounts.................. 63, 67, 71, 73, 91 Assets.......................................... 127 Bank(s), operating..................... 115 Bank branches............................ 115 Deposits.. .63, 77, 81, 83, 91, 119, 127 District office.............................. vi Dividends.................................... 154 Earnings...................................... 154 Examiner..................................... vi 154 Expenses..................................... Insured banks.............................3, 115 Legislation...............................101-103 127 Liabilities.................................... Receiverships.............................. 163 State (s): Banking legislation.................101-104 Banks of deposit, insured. .3, 110-117 See also names of individual States. State banks. See Bank(s), State. Taxation, legislation concerning.. Tennessee: Accounts.................. 63, 67, 71, 73, Assets.......................................... Bank(s), operating..................... Bank branches............................ Deposits.. .63, 77, 81, 83, 91, 119, District office.............................. Dividends.................................... Earnings...................................... Examiner.................................... Expenses..................................... Insured banks............................ 3, Legislation................................... Liabilities.................................... R eceiverships.............................. Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

177

104 91 127 115 115 127 vi 154 154 vi 154 115 102 127 163

Unsafe and unsound banking practices. See Banking practices. Utah: Accounts...................63, 67, 71, 73, 91 Assets.......................................... 127 Bank(s), operating..................... 116 Bank branches............................ 116 Deposits.. .63, 77, 81, 83, 91, 119, 127 District office.............................. vi Dividends.................................... 154 Earnings...................................... 154 Examiner..................................... vi Expenses..................................... 154 Insured banks.............................3, 116 Legislation................................... 104 Liabilities.................................... 127 Valuation reserves. See Reserves for losses. Vermont: Accounts............ 63, 67, 71, 73, 86, 91 127 Assets.......................................... Bank(s), operating..................... 116 Bank branches............................ 116 Deposits 63, 77, 81, 83, 88, 91, 119, 127 District office.............................. vi Dividends.................................... 154 Earnings...................................... 154 Examiner..................................... vi Expenses..................................... 154 Insured banks.............................3, 116 Legislation................................... 101 Liabilities.................................... 127 Receiverships.............................. 163 Violation(s). See Law violations. Virgin Islands: Assets.......................................... 127 Bank(s), operating................. 117, 127 Bank branches............................ 117 Deposits.................................. 119, 127 District office.............................. vi Examiner..................................... vi Liabilities.................................... 127

178

FEDERAL

D E P O S IT

IN SU R A N CE

C O R PO R A T IO N

Page

Page

Virginia: Accounts...................63, 67, 71, 73, 91 127 Assets.......................................... Bank(s), operating..................... 116 Bank branches............................ 116 Deposits.. .63, 77, 81, 83, 91, 119, 127 District office.............................. vi Dividends.................................... 154 Earnings...................................... 154 Examiner..................................... vi Expenses..................................... 154 Insured banks.............................3, 116 Liabilities.................................... 127 Receiverships.............................. 163

Earnings...................................... 154 Examiner..................................... vi 154 Expenses..................................... Insured banks.............................3, 116 Legislation...............................103-104 127 Liabilities.................................... Receiverships.............................. 163 Wisconsin: Accounts............ 63, 67, 71, 73, 86, 91 Assets.......................................... 127 Bank(s), operating................... . 116 Bank branches............................ 116 Deposits 63, 77, 81, 83, 88, 91, 119, 127 District office.............................. vi Dividends.................................... 154 Earnings...................................... 154 Examiner..................................... vi Expenses..................................... 154 Insured banks.............................3, 116 Legislation...............................101-102 127 Liabilities.................................... Receiverships.............................. 163 Wisconsin, University of, School 19 of Banking, courses.................... Wyoming: Accounts.................. 63, 67, 71, 73, 91 Assets.......................................... 127 Bank(s), operating..................... 117 Bank branches............................ 117 Deposits.. .63, 77, 81, 83, 91, 119, 127 District office.............................. vi Dividends.................................... 154 Earnings...................................... 154 Examiner.................................... vi Expenses..................................... 154 Insured banks.............................3, 117 Legislation...............................101-104 Liabilities.................................... 127 Receiverships.............................. 163

Washington: Accounts............ 63, 67, 71, 73, 86, 91 Assets.......................................... 127 Bank(s), operating..................... 116 Bank branches............................ 116 Deposits 63, 77, 81, 83, 88, 91, 119, 127 District office.............................. vi Dividends.................................... 154 Earnings...................................... 154 Examiner.................................... vi Expenses..................................... 154 Insured banks............................ 3, 116 Legislation...............................101-104 127 Liabilities.................................... Receiverships.............................. 163 West Virginia: Accounts.................. 63, 67, 71, 73, 91 Assets.......................................... 127 Bank(s), operating..................... 116 Bank branches............................ 116 Deposits.. .63, 77, 81, 83, 91, 119, 127 District office.............................. vi Dividends.................................... 154

Digitized for FRASER http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Sponsor Documents

Recommended

No recommend documents

Hide

Forgot your password?

Or register your new account on INBA.INFO

Hide

Lost your password? Please enter your email address. You will receive a link to create a new password.

Back to log-in

Close