Certain large cities in the United States, other than "central reserve cities," in which all "member banks" in the "Federal Reserve System' are obliged to maintain a certain percentage of "reserve" upon their deposits. Such banks may act as "reserve agents" for "country banks," so-called. (Refer to the subjects in quotations.)

"Reserve cities" are designed to furnish large centers in which country banks may deposit part of their funds for the convenience of being able to draw checks on a large money center. On Jan. 1, 1917, the " Reserve Cities" were as follows:

Albany

Atlanta

Baltimore

Birmingham

Boston

Brooklyn

Cedar Rapids

Charleston

Chattanooga

Cincinnati

Cleveland

Columbus

Dallas

Denver

Des Moines

Detroit

Dubuque

Fort Worth

Galveston

Houston

Indianapolis

Kansas City, Kan.

Kansas City, Mo.

Lincoln

Los Angeles

Louisville

Milwaukee

Minneapolis

Muskogee

Nashville

New Orleans

Oklahoma City

Omaha

Philadelphia

Pittsburg

Portland, Ore.

Pueblo

Richmond

St. Joseph

St. Paul

Salt Lake City

San Antonio

San Francisco

Savannah

Seattle

Sioux City

Spokane

Tacoma

Topeka

Waco

Washington

Wichita