In order to summarize the figures for the six chief classes of banks in the United States, and therefore to give a comprehensive view of our financial power, the following statistical statements are given. These figures are, of course, not inclusive of our complete system, as figures for the federal reserve banks, federal farm loan system, the building and loan associations, the Morris-plan banks, the remedial loan associations, etc., have been omitted, since the inclusions of such figures would probably be more confusing than helpful. Moreover, the statistics concerning these last-named institutions are not as complete as those on the six principal classes of banks. The figures have been gathered by the Comptroller of the Currency, who must in certain cases depend upon voluntary reports from the state and private institutions; hence these data are not absolutely full and complete.

Table Showing Distribution Of Mutual Savings Banks, June 30, 1919

State

Number of Banks

Deposits (In millions)

State

Number of Banks

Deposits (In millions)

Maine.............

44

$ 97

New York ..........

141

$2,179

New Hampshire ....

45

45

New Jersey ..........

27 +

173

Vermont...........

20

59

Pennsylvania.......

10

279

Massachusetts......

196

1,089

Delaware..........

2

17

Rhode Island.......

15

101

Maryland ...........

17

116

Connecticut ........

80

387

Eastern states....

197

$2,765

New England states ............

400

$1,845

Washington ........

1

$ 9

Ohio..............

3

$ 6s

Pacific states.....

1

$ 9

Indiana............

5

14

Wisconsin ..........

7

3

Total United States.

622

$4,751

Minnesota ...........

9*

46

Middle Western states .........

24

$129

* Includes two state banks. Includes one state bank.

Statistical Statement Of Banks In The United States, June 30, 1919

National Banks

(Nov. 17, 1919)

State Banks

Mutual

Savings

Banks

Stock

Savings

Banks

Loan and

Trust Companies

Private Banks

Total

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

7,865

17,225

622

1,097

1,377

1,017

29,203

Assets

(Amounts in millions)

Loans and Discounts....................................

$11,583

$ 6,703

$2,335

$ 778

$4,091

$153

$ 25,643

Investments........................

4,865

2,279

2,491

295

2,069

41

12,044

Banking House and Realty...........

381

274

59

36

180

14

944

Due from Banks..............................................

3,706

1,574

189

129

850

43

6,491

Checks and Other Cash Items.........

77

319

1

3

198

1

599

Exchanges for Clearing House......................

919

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

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

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

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

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

919

Cash on Hand.......................

450

355

35

31

142

7

1,020

Other Resources..............................................

458

195

56

5

426

4

1,144

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

$22,445

$11,701

$5,171

$1,281

$7,96o

$266

$48,823

Liabilities

Capital Paid In.....................

$ 1,153

$ 785

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

$ 62

$ 450

$ 19

$ 2,469

Surplus and Undivided Profits.........................

1,466

604

$ 398

47

588

13

3,116

Due to Banks....................................................

3,371

444

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

1

455

3

4,274

Deposits..........................................................

14,097

9,015

4,751

1,151

5,702

216

34,932

Rediscounted Items.........................................

680

109

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

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

113

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

902

Bills Payable........................

1,061

303

1

6

275

5

1,651

Bank Notes...................................................

680

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

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

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

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

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

680

Other Liabilities................................................

617

436

19

10

375

7

1,484

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

$22,445

$11,701

$5,171

$1,281

$7,959

$266

$48,823

Table Giving the Geographical Distribution of the National Banks and of the State Institutions, June 20, 1917 (Resources In Millions)

National

Banks

State Banks

Mutual Savings Banks

Joint-Stock Savings Banks

Private Banks

Loan and Trust Companies

Group

Number

Resources

Number

Resources

Number

Resources

Number

Resources

Number

Resources

Number

Resources

New England . ..

403

$ 1,166

6

$ 15

404

$1,892

10

$ 11

...........

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

273

$ 1

Eastern...............

1,643

6,759

518

1,239

197

2,721

51

53

117

$ 25

561

55

Southern...........

1,580

1,801

4,582

1,198

1

1

59

63

42

6

287

2

Middle Western.

2,111

4,137

5,659

2,680

19

124

898

364

728

147

399

4

Western...............

1,328

1,157

4,104

902

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

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

31

12

47

17

62

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

Pacific.................

535

1,121

1,064

637

1

69

136

622

2

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

26

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

Total*........

7,604

$16,151

15,968

$6,700

622

$4,811

1,185

$1,127

936

$197

1,608

$64

* The totals include the banks of Alaska and Hawaii, not here separately specified.