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[No. 4,581.)

OF

THE NATIONAL BANK OF NORTH AMERICA,

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

at New York, in the State of New York, at the close of business Nov. 17, 1903:

RESOURCES. Loans and discounts.

- $10,288,048 14 Overdrafts. secured and unsecured.

713 63 United States bonds to secure circulation..

840 000 00 United States bonds to secure United States deposits.

810,000 00 Philippine Island certificates..

750,000 00 Premiums on United States bonds.

110,906 25 Premiums on Philippine Island certificates..

20,025 00 Stocks, securities, etc...

403, 411 84 Other real estate owned.

1,022,000 0 Due from National banks (not reserve agents).

2,573,298 12 Due from State banks and bankers..

575,788 63 Checks and other cash items....

25,976 63 Exchanges for Clearing House............

2,082,718 78 Notes of other National banks.

21,875.0 Fractional paper currency, nickels and cents.

1,049 95 Lawful money reserve in bank, viz: Specie

.$2,081,361 64 Legal-tender notes........

1,064,565 00

3,135,916 64 Redemption fund with United States Treasurer 6% of circulation).

42,000 00 Total

- $22,204,328 69 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in...

$2,000,000 00 Surplus fund.....

1,000,000 0) Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid.

1,056,350 71 National bank notes outstanding.

840,000 00 Due to other National banks..

7,061,144 18 Due to State banks and bankers.

1,371,791 63 Due to trust companies and savings banks.

2,745,749 78 Dividends unpaid.....

488 00 Individual deposits subject to check.

8,788,633 71 Demand certificates of deposit.

74,013 97 Certified checks...

886.116 18 Cashier's checks outstanding..

247,417 50 United States deposits..

1,060,000 07 Reserve for taxes....

33 333 33 Unearned discount..............

29.287 77 Total

$22,201,328 69 State of New York, County of New York, ss.:

1, ALFRED H. CURTIS, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and beliet.

ALFRED H. CURTI3, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 230 day of November, 1903.

A. H, GRAHAM, Notary Public, N. Y. Co., No. 78.

R. L. EDWARDS, Correct-Attest:

ROBERT M. THOMPSON, Directors.

HENRY CHAPIN, JR.

OFFICERA.
RICHARD L. EDWARDS, President. ALFRED H. CURTIS, Cashier.
CHARLES W. MORSE, Vice-President. J. FREDERICK SWEASY,

Assistant Cashier. HENRY CHAPIN, Jr., Vice-President. EDWARD B. WIRE, Assistant Cashier.

DIRECTORS. HENRY H. COOK.

100 Broadway WARNER VAN NORDEN.

Van Norden Trust Co. DAVID H, HOUGHTALING.

.52 Broadway JOHN H. FLAGLER....

,210 Broadway WILLIAM F. HAVEMEYER.

.32 Nassau Street HENRY F. DIMOCK..

Metropolitan Steamship Co. MAHLON D. THATCHER.

.President;- First National Bank, Pueblo. Colo. RICHARD L. EDWARDS.

President AIGUET BELMONT.

August Belmont & Co. EDWARD T: BEDFORD.

Standard Oil Company CHARLES W. MORSE...

Vice-President ROBERT M. THOMPSON. .. Chairman Board of Directors, International Nickel Co. WARNER M. VAN NORDEN.

.President, Van Norden Trust Co. OAKLFIGH THORNE..

.President, North Ameriran Trust Co. HENRY CHAPIN. Jr...

Vice-President CHARLES T. BARNEY.

.President, Knickerbocker Trust Co. JAMTS W. HINKTEY.

President, U.S. Casualty Company HIGH J. CHISHOLM..

President, International Paner Co. WILLIAM CARROLL..

..... William Carroll & Co.

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[No. 1324.)
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE

GALLATIN NATIONAL

BANK,

at New York, in the State of New York, at the close of business

November 17th, 1903:

RESOURCES. Loans and discounts........

$4,625,200 00 Overdrafts, unsecured

697 38 U. S. bonds to secure circulation....

1,000,000 00 U. S. bonds to secure U. S. deposits.

74,000 00 Stocks, securities, etc...

1,398, 399 50 Banking-house, furniture and fixtures.

500,000 00 Due from national banks (not reserve agents).

211,621 89 Due from State banks and bankers.

14,746 91 Checks and other cash items...

41,131 55 Exchanges for clearing-house.

3,818,037 78 Notes of other national banks.

14,505 00 Fractional paper currency, nickels and cents.

155 00 Lawful money reserve in bank, viz. : Specie

$504,229 28 Legal-tender notes

413,069 00

917,298 28 Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer (5 per cent of circulation)

50,000 00 Due from U. 8. Treasurer other than 5 per cent redemption lund.

15,000 00 Total

. $12,680,796 29

LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in.

$1,000,000 00 Surplus fund

1,000,000 00 Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid.

1,197,195 95 National bank notes outstanding.

991,017 60 Due to other national banks...

1,046,826 37 Due to State banks and bankers.

234, 694 98 Due to trust companies and savings banks.

663,885 20 Dividends unpaid

615 00 Individual deposits subject to check.

3,777,827 08 Demand certificates of deposit.

1,881 Certified checks..

2,560,176 83 Cashier's checks outstanding.

68,045 57 United States deposits.

74,000 00 Liabilities other than those above stated: United States bond account.

74,00 00 Total

.$12,680,796 29 State of New York, County of New York, ss.:

I, GEORGE E. LEWIS, Cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief,

GEORGE E. LEWIS, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 20th day of November, 1903.

H. L. BRAYNARD,
Notary Public, Westchester Co.

Certificate filed in New York County.
Correct-Attest:

W. EMLEN ROOSEVELT,
ADRIAN ISELIN, JR., Directors

SAM. WOOLVERTON,

OFFICERS,
SAMUEL WOOLVERTON, President.
ALEXANDER H. STEVENS, Vice-President.

GEORGE E. LEWIS, Cashier.

HOWELL T. MANSON, Assistant Cashier.

DIRECTORS. ADRIAN ISELIN, JR.

HENRY I. BARBEY,
THOMAS DENNY,

W. EMLEN ROOSEVELT,
FREDERIC W. STEVENS,

CHARLES A. PEABODY,
ALEXANDER H. STEVENS,

SAMUEL WOOLVERTON.

(No. 1231. )
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE

Importers & Traders' National

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Bank of New York, in the State of New York, at the close of

business November 17, 1903:

RESOURCES Loans and discounts.

.$22,347,766 45 Overdrafts

2,981 26 U. S. bonds to secure circulation.

50,000 00 Stocks, securities, etc.,

33, 00 00 Banking house...

200,000 00 Due from national banks..

1,451,023 33 Due from State banks..

46,177 72 Checks and other cash items.

67.801 70 Exchanges for clearing house.

1,922,997 03 Notes of other national banks.

96 00 Nickels and cents..

450 00 Lawful money reserve in bank, viz.: Specie

$3,353,100 Legal-tender notes..

1,322,518

4,675,618 00 Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer (5 per cent of circulation),

2,500 00 Due from U. 9. Treasurer other than 5 per cent redemption fund.

29,000 00 Total

. $30,833,011 49 LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in.......

$1,500,000 00 Surplus fund....

5,000,000 00 Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes pald.

1,659,882 11 National bank notes outstanding.

47,150 00 State bank notes outstanding..

5,682 00 Due to other national banks..

9,943,680 93 Due to State national banks.

2,519,363 57 Due to trust companies and savings banks

1,112,649 25 Dividends unpaid

7,191 00 Individual deposits subject to check..

8,845, 462 61 Demand certificates of deposit..

23,733 33 Certified checks

123, 405 19 Cashier's checks outstanding.

42,811 50 Total

$30,833,011 49 State of New York, County of New York, ss.:

I, H. H. POWELL, Cashier of the above National Bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.

H. H. POWELL, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 20th day of November, 1903.

CHAJ. H. BECKEÅ, Notary Public Kings County.
Certificate filed in New York County.

EDWARD TOWNSEND,
HENRY R, ICKELHEIMER, Directors,

JAMES R. PLUM,

OFFICERS, EDWARD TOWNSEND, President.

G. H, HULIN, Asst. Cashier.
H. H. POWELL, Cashier.

G, H. BLISH, Asst. Cashler.
C. F. REGAN, Asst. Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
JOHN ARBUCKLE.

of Arbuckle Brothers, Coffee HENRY C. HULBERT

.formerly of H, C. Hulbert & Co., Paper HENRY R. ICKELHEIMER.

.of Heidelbach, Ickelheimer & Co., Bankers EDWARD A. PRICE.

..of Fred. Butterfield & Co., Dry Goods JAMES R. PLUM.

....of James R. Plum & Gale, Leather H. H. POWELL.

Cashier EDWARD C. RICE.

.of Rice, Quinby & Co., Grain and Flour RUSSELL SAGE

Capitalist EDWARD TOWNSEND

President EDWARD VAN VOLKENBURGH. ..of P. Van Volkenburgh & Co., Dry Goods ANTONY WALLACH..

..formerly of A. Wallach & Co., Jewerly

(No. 376.)
REPORT OF TOP CONDITION OF THE

CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK,
At New York, in the State of New York, at the close of business, November 17, 1903 :

RESOURCES. Loans and discounts.

$7,831,692 66 Overdrafts, secured and unsecured.

10,453 84 U. S. bonds to secure circulation.

935,000 OU U. S. bonds to secure U. 8. deposits.

635,000 00 N, Y. City bonds...

500,000 00 Premiums on U. S, bonds.

$93,418 98 Premiums on N. Y. City bonds.

5,367 70

98.786 66 Stocks, securities, etc.

874,900 28 Furniture and fixtures.

29, 228 52 Mercantile loans...

34,262 88 Other real estate and mortgages owned.

85,912 91 Other real estate and mortgages owend.

85,912 91 Due from national banks (not reserve agents)

.$2,024,299 01 Due from State banks and bankers..

226,187 06 Checks and other cash items.

140,616 34 Exchanges for clearing house...

918,558 65 Notes of other national banks.

57,460 00 Fractional paper currency, nickels and cents.

6,461 64 Lawful money reserve in bank, viz. : Specie

$1,814,972 50 Legal tender notes...

446,617 00

2,261,589 50 Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer (5% a circulation). 46, 750 00 Due from U. S. Treasurer other than 5% redanption fund.. 49, 750 00

5,731,672 20 Total

-$16,767,409 85 LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in..

$1,000,000 00 Surplus fund

400,000 00 Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid.

200,269 31 National bank notes outstanding.

935,000 00 Due to trust companies and savings banks.

$ 730,375 39 Due to other national banks..

3,759,402 83 Due to State banks and bankers.

483,270 87 Dividends unpaid

3,115 16 Individual deposits subject to check.

7,689,277 34 Demand certificates of deposit.

8,297 07 Certified checks

146,882 05 Cashier's checks outstanding.

5,774 07 United States deposits.

903,000 00 Deposits of U. S. disbursing officers.

103, 745 76 Bond loan account.....

400,000 00

14,232, 140 54 Total

.$16,767,409 85 State of New York, County of New York, ss:

1, c. S. YOUNG, cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.

C. S. YOUNG, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 21st day of November, 1903.

DAN'L A. SLATTERY, Notary Public, N. Y. Co.

RALPH L. CUTTER, Correct--Attest:

HENRY SAMPSON. Directors,

EDWIN LANGDON,

OFFICERS.
EDWIN LANGDON, President.
W. M, WOODS, Vice-President.

CHARLES S. YOUNG, Cashier.

H. J. FRANCIS, Assistant Cashier,

DIRECTORS. WILLIAM A. WHEELOCK

.... Capitalist EDWIN LANG DON

President WOODBURY LANGDON.

..or Joy, Langdon & Co. JOHN A. McCALL.

President New York Life Insurance Company HENRY TUCK.

Vice-President New York Life Insurance Company HENRY SAMPSON.

.01 Alden Sampson & Sons LOUIS F. DOMMERICH

.Or Oelbermann, Dommerich & Co. W. M. WOODS..

Vice-President JOHN P. MUNN.

.President United States Life Insurance Company

President Minneapolis & St. Louis Railroad Company EDWIN HAWLEY RALPH L. CUTTER.

......01 Smith, Hogg & Co,

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Report of the Condition of The Mercantile National Bank, of the city of New York, at the close of busine88 November 17th, 1903:

RESOURCES, Loans and discounts...

$17,965,368 52 Overdrafts, secured and unsecured.

3,576 90 United States bonds to secure circulation.

1,800,000 00 U. 8. bonds to secure U. 8. deposits.

1,370.000 0 Premiums on U. 8. bonds.

152, 250 W Stocks, securities, etc....

341,028 11 Banking house (189 and 191 Broadway).

550.60 00 Other real estate owned.

935,837 59 Due from national banks.

1.242, 157 83 Due from State banks and bankers,

639,100 OU Checks and other cash items..

$81,631 65 Exchanges for Clearing House.

1,016, 333 42 Notes of other national banks,

7,000 00 Specie

3,903,830 80 Legal tender notes.

962,000 00 Redemption fund with U. 9. Treasurer (5 per cent of circulation)

90,000 00 Due from U. 8. Treasurer other than 5 per cent Redemption Fund

45,329 29

6,106,125 16 Total

.$31,056,444 11 LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in....

$3,000,000 00 Surplus fund

3,000,000 00 Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid.

1,558, 194 93 Regerve for taxes..

32,614 22 National bank notes outstanding.

1,787,650 00 Dividends unpaid.

3,845 50 Due to other national banks.

.$4,718,199 24 Due to State banks and bankers.

1.125,261 36 Due to trust companies and savings banks.

1,938, 109 50 Individual deposits subject to check..

.10,716,190 54 Certificates of deposit.

1,102,934 30 Certified checks

291,047 86 Cashier's checks outstanding.

286,396 66 U, S. deposits...

1,370,000 00

21,048, 139 46 U. S. bond account...

125,000 00 Total

$31,055, 444 11 State of New York, County of New York, ss. :

I, JAMES V. LOTT, Cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and beliet.

JAMES V. LOTT, Cashior. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 21st day of November, 1903.

F. A. K. BRYAN, Notary Public, N. Y. Co.
Correct-Attest:

T. ALBEUS ADAMS,
WILLIAM H, TAYLOR, Director

FDER'K B. SCHENCK,

OFFICERS.

FREDERICK B. SCHENCK, President, MILES M. O'BRIEN, WILLIAM H. TAYLOR, DICK 8. RAMSAY, Vice-Presidents. JAMES V. LOTT, Cashier.

EMIL KLEIN, Assistant Cashier.

DIRECTORS, FREDERICK B. SCHENCK, President; T. ALBEUS ADAMS, President Gansevoort

Bank; WILLIAM BALLIN, Baliin & Bernheimer, Silk Manufacturers; WILLIAM F. CÁRLTON, Capitalist: ROBERT C. CLOWRY, President Western Union Tele graph Company: WILLIAM NELSON

CROMWELL, Sullivan & Cromwell, Lawyer: WILLIAM J. CURTIS, Sullivan & Cromwell, Lawyer; EDWIN GOULD, President St. Louis Southwestern Railway Company: EDWARD T. JEFFERY, President Denver & Rio Grande Raildroad Company: JOHN F. KEHOE, President Lister Agricultural Works; EMANUEL LEHMAN, Lehman Brothers, Cotton; SETH M. MILLIKEN, Deering. Milliken & Co., Dry Goods

Com'n; CHARLES W. MORSE, Capitalist; MILES M. O'BRIEN, Vice-President; AUGUSTUS G. PAINE, New York & Pennsylvania Company, Paper and Fibre; DICK S. RAMSAY, VicePresident: ADOLPHE RUSCH, Abegg & Rusch, Com'n Foreign D. G.; GEORGE H. SARGENT. Sargent & Co.. Manufacturers' Hardware; ABRAHAM STERN, Lawyer: WILLIAM SKINNER, William Skinner Manufacturing Company, Silk; WILLIAM H. TAYLOR, Vice-President Bowling Green Trust Company; ERNST THALMANN, Ladenburg. Thalmann & Co., Bankers; EDWARD R. THOMAS, Capita:1st; ROBERT M. THOMPSON, Chairman International Nickel Company: WARNER VAN NORDEN, Banker; ISAAC WALLACH, H. Wallach's Sons, Cot ton Converters; JOHN SKELTON WILLIAMS, President Seaboard Air Line Rallwav; RICHARD YOUNG, Leather.

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