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QUARTERLY REPORT

OF THE

COLUMBIA BANK,

New York City, at the close of business, on the

8th day of December, 1903:

RESOURCES. Loans and discounts....

.$2,972, 918 59 Overdrafts

203 71 Due from trust companies, banks, bankers and brokers. $383,924 63 Due from approved reserve agents....

102,503 71

486,428 34 Real estate..

187,945 11 Stocks and bonds.

3,500 00 Specie

258,950 21 United States legal tenders and circulating notes of national banks.. 106,408 00 Cash items, viz.: Bills and checks for the next day's exchanges.

$122,732 70 Other items carried as cash....

42,941 47

165,674 17 Assets not included under any of the above heads: United States internal revenue stamps.....

$4,182,045 66 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in, in cash..

$300,000 00 Surplus fund.

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

79,681 46 Due depositors.

3,314,258 14 Due trust companies, banks, bankers, brokers and savings banks.

253,102 06 Due Treasurer of the State of New York.

35,000 00 Amount due not included under any of the above heads, viz. : Unpaid dividends...

$4 00

4 00

17 53

$4,182,045 66 State of New York, County of New York, ss. :

JOSEPH FOX, President, and WALTER S. GRIFFITH, Cashier, of Columbia Bank, New York City, a bank located and doing business at No. 501 Fifth Avenue, 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.

JOSEPH FOX, President.

WALTER S GRIFFITH, Cashier. Severally subscribed and sworn to by both deponents, the 10th day of December, 1903, before me.

GEO. STOLI (Seal of Notary.]

Notary Public, Westchester Co. Certificate fled in New York County.

OFFICERS--President, Joseph Fox, Vice-President, D. H. Rowland; Cashier, Walter S. Griffith,

DIRECTORS James Stillman, Jacob H. Schil, Joseph Fox, Myer S. Isaacs, Max J. Lissauer, William Rockefeller, Cleveland H. Dodge, Charles Reed, Simeon Ford, D. H. Rowland, Lewis Seasongood.

QUARTERLY REPORT

OF

THE PLAZA BANK,

at the close of business December 8th, 1903.

RESOURCES.
Loang and discounts.
Overdrafts

...
Due from approved reserve agents.
Real estate.
Stocks and bonds.
Specie
U. 8. legal tenders and circulating notes o? national banks.
Cash items, viz.:

Bills and checks for the next day's exchanges.
Other items carried as cash.

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$3,561,681 53 LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in, in cash.

$100,000 00 Surplug fund.

100,000 00 Undividcd profits, lessurrent expenses and taxes paid.

147,003 54 Due depositors..

$2,766,733 54 Due trust companies, banks, bankers, brokers and savings banks

402,944 45 Due Treasurer of the State of New York..

15,000 00

3,214,677 99

$3,561,681 53 State of New York, County of New York, ss. :

W. MCMASTER MILLS, President, and E. M. CLARKE, Cashier, of The Plaza Bank, a Bank located and doing business at No. 753 Fifth Avenue, in the City of New York, in suid 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 tho ahove report is made in compliance with an official notice received from tho Superintendent of Banks designating the 8th day of December, 1903, as the day on which such report shall be made.

W. M'MASTER MILLS, President.

D. M. CLARKE, Cashier. Severally suhscribed and sworn to by both deponents the 10th day of Decem. bor, 1903, before me.

E. H. COOK, [Seal or Notary. )

Notary Public, New York County. W. McMASTER MILLS, President. A NEWBOLD MORRIS, Vice-President. C. W. PARSON, Vice-President E. M. CLARKE. Cashier. E. II. COOK, Assistan! Cashier.

GEORGE B. WHEELER, Asst. Cashler.

DIRECTORS.

RICHARD DELAFIELD, Chairman.
John Jacob Astor.

A. Newbold Morris.
B. Beinecke.

Joseph Park.
August Belmont.

John L. Riker.
John E Borne.

Charles Scribner,
Stuyvenant Fish.

H. A. C. Taylor.
H. B. Hollins.

William H. Tillinghast.
Joseph Larocque.

George Frederick Vietor,
I. McMaster Mills.

Harry Payne Whitney.

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