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(No. 1,290.) Report of the Condition of The National Citizens' Bank, At New York, in the State of New York, at the close t business November 17, 1903;

RESOURCES. Loans and discounts.

$6,722,886 12 Overdrafts, secured and unsecured.

1,042 61 U. S. bondg to secure circulation.

650,000 00 U. S. bonds to secure U. S. deposits.

600,000 00 Premiums on U. S. bonds..

63,000 00 Stocks, securities, etc...

15,636 62 Banking house, furniture and fixtures.

250,000 00 Other real estate owned..

250,000 00 Due from national banks (not reserve agents)

$1,217,823 84 Due from State banks and bankers....

131,046 54 Checks and other cash items........

34,076 88 Exchanges for clearing house....

848,549 27 Notes of other national banks...

13,000 00
Fractional paper currency, nickels and cerits.................. 254 06
Lawful money reserve in bank, viz.:
Specle

......... 1,671,015 00 Legal tender botes..

290,373 00

4,206,188 59 Redemption fund with u. 8. Treasurer (5% of circulation)....

32,500 DO Total

.$12,691,253 34 LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in.......

$1,550,000 00 Surplus fund

600,000 DO Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid.

185,386 06 Reserved for taxes..

19,529 25 National bank notes outstanding.

642,850 00 Due to other national banks.

.$1,299,345 75 Due to State banks and bankers.

404,911 32 Due to trust companies and savings banks.

847,695 88 Dividends unpaid

495 00 Individual deposits subject to check.

6.999,129 96 Demand certificates of deposit.

484,678 00 Certified checks

77,594 11 Cashier's checks outstanding.

79.753 67 U. S. deposits.

499,878 87 Deposits of U. S. disbursing officers...

5 00

9,693,487 43 U. S. bond account...

100,000 00 Total

-$12,691,253 34 State of New York, County of New York, ss.:

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

HENRY DIMSE, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 20th day of November, 1903. (Seal.)

WILLIAM V. A. POE,

Notary Public No. 48, New York County. Correct-Attest:

JAS, STILLMAN,
EWALD FLEITMANN, Directors

EDWIN S. SCHENCK,

OFFICERS. EDWIN S. SCHENCK..

.President EWALD FLEITMANN...

.... Vice-President HENRY DIMSE..

.Cashier NELSON A. REYNOLDS.

.........Assistant Cashier ALBION K, CHAPMAN...

........ Assistant Cashier

DIRECTORS. FRANCIS M. BACON, JR......

Bacon & Co., Com. Woollens, etc. DANIEL A. DAVIS,

Formerly of Deering, Milliken & Co. L. F. DOMMERICH..

Oelbermann, Dommerich & Co., Imp. & Com. Dry Goods EWALD FLEITMANN, Vice President.

....Fleitmann & Co., Importers WM. HALLS, JR...

Vice-President Hanover National Bank PEARSON HALSTEAD.

Halstead & Co., Provisions ROBT. B. HIRSCH.

Wm. Openhym & Sons, Imp. & Com. Dry Goods JACQUES HUBER.

... Schwarzenbach, Huber & Co., Silks ARTHUR LA LESHER..

Lesher, Whitman & Co., Importers AUGUSTUS F. LIBBY.

.H. J. Libby & Co., Com. Dry Goods ELKAN NAUMBURG.

..E. Naumburg & Co., Bankers EDWIN S. SCHENCK..

President EMIL SEYD. JR..

With Fieltmann & Co. JAMES STILLMAN.

.President National City Bank FREDERICK SOUTHACK.

Fred. Southack & Co., Real Estate HENRY B. STOKES.

.President Manhattan Life Insurance Company EDWARD A. WALTON.

...156 Broadway, New York

The Thirty-Fourth Street National Bank

OF NEW YORK,
West Thirty-fourth Street.

Report of the condition of THE THIRTY-FOURTH STREET NATIONAL

BANK OF NEW YORK at the close of business, November 17, 1903.

RESOURCES.

Loans and discounts.

$729,640 17 Overdrafts, secured and unsecured.

233 21 U. S. bonds to secure circulation.

50,000 00 Premiums on U. S. bonds....

4,937 50 Banking house, furniture and fixtures.

169,625 22 Due from national banks (not reserve agents)

37,148 88 Due from State banks and bankers..

15,000 00 Checks and other cash items.

22,724 96 Notes of other national banks..

350 00 Fractional paper currency, nickels and cents.

536 66 Lawful money reserve in bank, viz. : Specie

118,15 2 85 Redemption fund with U. 8. Treasurer (5% of circulation).

2,500 00 Total

$1,150,849 45 LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in.

$200,000 00 Surplus fund.

200,000 00 Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid.

6,628 58 National bank notes outstanding.

49,500 00 Due to other national banks.

$54,349 54 Due to trust companies and savings banks.

17,830 79 Individual deposits subject to check.

483,303 31 Demand certificates of deposit.

26,367 53 Time certificates of deposit,

12,500 00 Certified checks........

369 70

594,720 87 Liabilities other than those above stated, mortgage on banking house and lot.

100,000 00 Total

. $1,150,849 45 State of New York, County of New York. ss. :

I, CURTIS J. BEARD, Casbier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.

CURTIS J. BEARD, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before mo this 21st day of November, 1903.

JOSEPH T. VAN LOAN,

Notary Public for County of New York, No. 36.
Correct-Attest:

BRADFORD RHODES,
HENRY W. SACKETT. Directors.

J. EDGAR LEAYCRAFT,

OFFICERS
BRADFORD RHODES, President.
WILLIAM LUMMIS, Vice-President.
CHARLES I. HUDSON, Vice-President.

CURTIS J. BEARD, Cashier:

DIRECTORS.
WILLIAM W. GOODRICH,

J. EDGAR LEAYCRAFT.
CHARLES I. HUDSON.

RUDOLPH M. HAAN.
JOHN P. MUNN.

TIMOTHY J. MARTIN,
CHARLES HILL WILLSON.

WILLIAM H. SEAICH.
UDO M. FLEISCHMANN.

DANIEL SMILEY.
JAMES H. OTTLEY.

WILLIAM LUMMIS.
HENRY W. SACKETT.

REUBEN G. BREWER.
WM. WATSON CASWELL.

BRADFORD RHODES.

(No. 6,425.) REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE CONSOLIDATED NATIONAL BANK, At New York City, in the State of New York, at the close of business Nov. 17, 1903:

RESOURCES. Loans and discounts..

$3,585, 104 19 Overdrafts. secured and unsecured.

102 54 U. S. bonds to secure circulation..

250,000 00 U. S. bonds to secure U. S. deposits.

200,000 00 Premiums on U. S. bonds..

41,300 00 Banking house, furniture and fixtures.

12,500 00 Due from national banks (not reserve agents).

1,076,554 96 Due from State banks and bankers.

184,756 86 Checks and other cash items...

10,934 73 Exchanges for clearing house.

279,128 83 Fractional paper currency, nickels and cents.

394 02 Lawful money reserve in bank, viz. : Specie

$305,342 15 Legal tender notes...

67,424 00

462,766 15 Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer (5% of circulation)..

12,500 00 Total

.$6,116,042 28 LIABILITIES. Capital stock pald in.........

$1,000,000 W Surplus fund

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

110,347 02 National bank notes outstanding.

248, 00 00 Due to other national banks..

.$1,631.115 56 Duo to State banks and bankers.

85,238 32 Due to trust companies and savings banks.

140,266 67 Individual deposits subject to check..

1,671,507 65 Demand certificates of deposit.

29,000 00 Cashier's checks outstanding..

167 06 United States deposits..

200,000 00

3,757,295 26 Total

$6,116,042 28 State of New York, County of Now York. 88.:

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

THOMAS J. LEWIS, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 20th dav of November, 1903.

GUSTAV A. MEYER, Notary Public. Correct-Attest:

CLARENCE WHITMAN,
E, BURTON HART, Jr. Directors.

EDWARD G. BURGESS.

OFTCERS,
WILLIS S. PAINE,
MORTIMER H. WAGAR,

THOMAS J. LEWIS,
President.
Vice-President,

Cashier
JAMES THORNE,
THOMAS N. JONES,

HENRY G. LEWIS,
Assistant Cashier.
Assistant Cashie! .

Assistant Cashier.

DIRECTORS. OSSIAN D. ASHLEY.

Ex-President Wabash Railroad PERRY BELMONT.

.Capitalist, New York City HENRY C. BREWSTER.

.President Traders' National Bank, Rochester EDWARD G. BURGESS

President New York Produce Exchange GEORGE P. BUTLER..

Capitalist, New York City GEORGE R. CRAWFORD.

President Westchester Fire Insurance Company ROBERT A, CHESEBROUGH. President Chesebrough. Manufacturing Company GEORGE CROCKER..

.Capitalist, New York and San Francisco JOHN V. GRIGGS.

Ex-Governor of New Jersey J. TEMPLE GWATHMEY

Ex-President New York Cotton Exchange WILLIAM A. HALL....

.President Casein Company of America GEORGE S, HART....

.Ex-President Second Avenue Railroad E BURTON HART, Jr.

.President Portsmouth, Kittery & York Railroad JOHN FREMONT HILL.

Capitalist, Governor of Maine JAMES G, NEWCOMB.

. Standard 00 Company FUGENIUS H. OUTERBRIDGE.

.President Davies Textile Company WILLIS S. PAINE....

. Ex-State Bank Superintendent OSCAR L. RICHARD.

. President State Bank of New York J. HOWARD SWEETSER.

Preslilent Sweetser, Pembrook & Co. MORTIMER H. WAGAR. .

Vice-President Consolidated Stock Exchange CLARENCE WHITMAN,

President Merchants' Association

QUARTERLY REPORT

OF THE

STATE BANK,

at the close of business on the 8th day

of December, 1903:

RESOURCES.

Loans and discounts.

$6,178,328 90 Overdrafts

1,132 34 Due from trust companies, banks and brokers.

$29,326 88 Due from approved reserve agents.

1,075,357 33

1,104,684 21 Banking house and lot..

$57,000 00 Other real estate.....

110,071 00

167,071 00 Mortgages owned..

34,811 45 Stocks and bonds.

680,930 09 Specie

428,982 65 U. s. legal tenders and circulating notes of national banks.

208,055 00 Cash items, viz:

Bills and checks for the next day's exchanges....... $281,773 24
Other items carried as cash.....

56,157 19

337,930 43 Assets not included under any of the above heads: Furniture and fixtures.

$3,047 50 3,047 50 Total

$9,144,973 57

LIABILITIES.
Capital stock paid in, in cash.
Surplus fund....
Undivided profits, less current expenses and taxes paid.
Due depositors.
Due trust companies, banks, bankers, brokers and savings banks.
Due Treasurer of the State of New York..
Amount due not included under any of the above heads, viz.:
Taxes

$2,219 60 Insurance fund...

13,928 17

$100,000 00 100,000

477,371 42 8,392,040 27

9,414 11 50,000 00

16,147 77

Total

$9,144,973 57

State of New York, County of New York, 88.:

0. L. RICHARD. President, and A. I. VOORHIS, Cashier, of The State Bank, a bank located and doing business at No. 376-378 Grand Street, in the City of New York, in said county, being duly sworn, each for himself, says that the foregoing Report, with the schedule accompanying the same, is true and correct in all respects, to the best of his knowledge and belief, and they further say that the usual business of said bank has been transacted at the location required by the banking law (Chap. 689, Laws of 1892), and not elsewhere; and that the above report is made in compliance with an official notice received from the Superintendent of Banks, designating the 8th day of December, 1903, as the day on which such report shall be made.

OSCAR L. RICHARD, President.

ALBERT L. VOORHIS, Cashier. Severally subscribed and sworn to by both deponents, the 14th day of December, 1903, before me.

AUGUST W. GLATZMAYER, (Seal of Notary.)

Notary Public, Kings Co. Certificate filed in New York Co.

QUARTERLY REPORT

OF THE

MOUNT MORRIS BANK,

at the close of business on the 8th day of

December, 1903.

RESOURCES. Loans and discounts..

.$ 1,990,646 15 Overdrafts

65 05 Due from trust companies, banks, bankers and brokers. $29,919 92 Due from approved reserve agents. ...

331,983 48

361,903 40 Banking house and lot.

$300,000 00 Other real estate....

54,170 71

854,170 71 Mortgages owned.

36,500 00 Stocks and bonds....

139,895 00 Specie

128,820 55 U. S. legal tenders and circulating notes of national banks.

91,129 00 Cash items, viz. :

Bills and checks for the next day's exchanges....... $99,046 86
Other items carried as cash.

605 25

99,651 11

$3,202,780 97 LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in, in cash.

$250,000 00 Surplus fund.

50,000 00 Undivided profits, less current expenses and taxes paid.

63,423 10 Due depository.

$2,599,429 31 Due trust companies, banks, bankers, brokers and sayings banks

236,239 31

2,835,668 62 Unpaid dividends.

$132 00 Reserved for taxes.

3,557 25

3,689 25

$3,202,780 97 State of New York, County of New York, ss. :

L. M. SCHWAN, President, and LINDLEY Ħ. HILL Cashier, of MOUNT MORRIS BANK, a Bank located and doing business at No. 85 East 125th Street, in the City of New York, in said county, being duly sworn, each for himsell, says that the foregoing report, with the schedule accompanying the same, is true and correct in all respects, to the best of his knowledge and belief, and they further say that the usual business of said Bank has been transacted at the location required by the banking law (Chap. 689, Laws of 1892), and not elsewhere; and that the above report is made in compliance with an omcial notice received from the Superintendent of Banks, designating the 8th day of December, 1903, as the day on which such report shall be made.

L. M. SCHWAN, President.

LINDLEY H. HILL Cashier. Severally subscribed and sworn to by both deponents, the 10th day of December, 1903, before me.

JAMES, S. GROSS, [Seal of Notary. ]

Notary Public, County of New York.
OFFICERS:

L. M. SCHWAN, President.
ALBERT H. WIGGIN, Vice-President.
FRED'K W. LIVERMORE, Vice-President

LINDLEY H. HILL, Cashier.

FRED'K M. SPENCER, Aast. Cashier.

DIRECTORS:
Richard Delafield.
August Belmont.

Sidney Dillon Ripley.
Thos. L. Watt.
Edward C. Hoyt.

George Fred'k Vietor.
Wm. Morton Grinnell. W. Rockhill Potts.

Aaron S. Thomas.
George S. Hart.
Francis R. Appleton.

Edmond H, Hamilton.
William H. Crocker.
Edward H. Landon.

B. G. Mitchell.
Thos. H. Newman.
John E. Barna

Frank W Livermore
Charles B. Alexander. George B. Brown.

L M. Schwan
Albert H. Wiggin.
Reserve and Clearing House Agent-The National Park Bank.

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