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SCHEDULE 25.--Comparative table of the banking resources of the Twelfth Federal Reserve District--Continued.

(In thousands of dollars; i. e., 000 omitted.)

State and bank.

Date.

Bank

ing

Stocks, house,
Num- Loans

bonds, furni-
ber of and dis-

and ture

other and fix-
banks. counts.

securi- tures,
ties. other

real
estate.

Cash Other and ex

rechange. sources.

Total.

Surplus
Capital.

and un- Due to
divided banks.
profits.

Indi- Individual vidual depos- deposits-de-itsmand. time.

Rediscount.1

Money Circu.

and lation Other bonds out- liabili

bor- stand- tios. rowed. ing.

6,785

Washington:

National banks
State banks.
National banks.

State banks
Total, twelfth district:

National banks.
State banks.
National banks.
State banks

Nov. 1, 1918

.do. Nov. 20, 1917

..do..

9,439 2,093 2,005

715

6,680

81 107, 487 53,499 4,988 49,072 4, 720 219, 766 12, 285 282 108, 061 39,975 9,764

7,573 21, 421 111, 750 47,136 38, 125 3, 783

5, 278
199, 708 14, 809
78 96, 599

10,319
44, 703 4,665

10, 365 90, 404
47,332

67, 273
3,097

2,950
196, 396
285

11,810 7,368 23,448 96, 205 47,021 518

3,889 94,304 | 30, 20610, 625 | 38,502

177, 526 15,657

9,651
10,254 77, 448

60, 742
554 691,176 321, 723 33,444 300, 834 13,399 1,360,576 93, 689
1,338 884, 687 337, 395 57,980 231, 997

70, 467 172,061 679, 492 (184, 282 38, 517

28, 314 1,540, 373 (110,528 71, 450 533 641,513 245, 731 31, 170 325, 821

44.313 463, 677 783, 663 11,957

24,774 1, 269, 009 90, 230 69,36 190,918 641, 303 178,617 9, 109 1,335 845, 973 280, 769 57,003 254, 565 27,281 1, 465, 681 106, 869 70, 541 42, 731 449, 407 758, 935 1,370

3,377 1, 495 2,859 2,411

648

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61, 402 61,578 14, 254 14,087 61, 651 2,961

37, 605 40,531 22, 833 32, 867

PART III.

RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE FEDERAL ADVISORY COUNCIL TO THE FEDERAL RESERVE BOARD

FOR THE YEARS 1915-1918.

761

BY-LAWS OF THE FEDERAL ADVISORY COUNCIL

ARTICLE 1.-OFFICERS

Officers of this council shall be a president, vice president, and secretary.

ARTICLE II.-PRESIDENT AND VICE PRESIDENT

The duties of the president shall be such as usually pertain to the office; and in his absence the vice president shall serve.

ARTICLE III.-SECRETARY

The secretary shall be a salaried officer of the council and his duties and compensation shall be fixed by the executive committee.

ARTICLE IV.-EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

There shall be an executive committee of five (5) members of the council, of which the president and vice president of the council shall be ex-officio members.

ARTICLE V.-DUTIES OF EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

It shall be the duty of the executive committee to keep in close touch with the Federal Reserve Board and with their regulations and promulgations, and communicate the same to the members of the council, and to suggest to the council from time to time special matters for consideration.

The executive committee shall have power to fix the time and place of holding their regular and special meetings and methods of giving notice thereof.

Minutes of all meetings of the executive committee shall be kept and such minutes or digest thereof shall be immediately forwarded to each member of the council.

A majority of the executive committee shall constitute a quorum and action of the committee shall be by a majority of those present at any meeting.

ARTICLE VI.-MEETINGS

Regular meetings of the Federal Advisory Council shall be held in the city of Washington on the third Monday of the months of February, May, September, and November of each year.

Special meetings may be called at any time and place by the president or the executive committee, and shall be called by the president upon written request of any three members of the council.

ARTICLE VII.-AMENDMENTS

These by-laws may be changed or amended at any regular meeting by a vote of a majority of the members of the Federal Advisory Council

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