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pointed the members of the Board of Trustees as
a special committee to represent the Chamber upon
that occasion, and a resolution was adopted that
the thanks of the Chamber of Commerce be ex-
tended to the Merchants* Exchange for their cour-
tesy.



International

Marine

Association



An invitation was presented from the Interna-
tional Marine Association of Paris for the Chamber
to present any matter of international importance
at the next meeting of their association, to be held
in May, 1904, at Lisbon.



Rio Coffee
Bxeliansre



Communication presented from the Rio Coffee
Exchange informing the Chamber of the inaugura-
tion of the Exchange and desiring to co-operatae
with the Chamber in the interchange of informa-
tion bearing upon the commerce of Rio de Janeiro
and San Francisco.



Use of Rooms



The use of the rooms of the Chamber given to
the La Carena Mining Company November 20th,
to the Naval League December 9th, to the Califor-
nia Water and Forest Association December loth,
and to the Committee on California Wine Exhibit,
St. Louis Fair, December 1 5th.



Load liine on

American

Sliips



The following resolution adopted by the Board of
Trustees in regard to placing a load line on Ameri-
can ships:

"Resolved, That the Chamber of Commerce of
San Francisco is opposed to the National Congress
enacting legislation placing a load line on American
vessels, which will injuriously affect the interests
of Pacific Coast vessel owners."



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Invitation to
Governor Taft



Synopsis of Transactions.



109



The President, Mr. Newhall, stated that he was
informed that Honorable Wm. H. Taft, Governor
of the Philippine Islands, was expected to arrive
in San Francisco about January 22nd, and that as
January 19th was the time for the annual meeting
of the Chamber, he suggested to the Board the ad-
visability of combining the annual meeting with a
banquet on the 23rd of January and inviting Gov-
ernor Taft to be the guest of honor. Accordingly,
the following cablegram was sent to Governor Taft
at Manila:

"Chamber of Commerce invites you to their
banquet January 23rd."



Use of mulls by

Irresponsible

Parties



The subject of preventing the use of mails by
irresponsible parties being presented as outlined in
S. B. 1261, Fifty-eighth Congress, First Session,
resolution adopted that the matter be laid on the
table.



Modiiicatlony

Navigation

Laws



A request was presented from the Honolulu Cham-
ber of Commerce for the co-operation of the Cham-
ber in eflforts made to modify the existing naviga-
tion laws to the extent that passengers traveling
between the port of Honolulu and the mainland of
the Pacific Coast be not restricted to American
vessels. It was the sentiment of the Board that
while desiring to co-operate with the Honolulu
Chamber of Commerce in efforts made for the
mutual interests of the Islands and the mainland,
the Board did not see its way clear to take the
action suggested in this matter, as their previous
efforts had been in favor of extending the coastwise
laws between the Territory of Hawaii and the main-
land.



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110



Improvement

Sluslaur

Harbor



Harbor
Improvement



Syfiopsis of Transactions.

In compliance with the report of the Committee
on Internal Trade and Improvements, to whom
the matter had been referred, resolution adopted
that the Senators and Representatives from Cali-
fornia be requested to co-operate with the Senators
and Representatives from Oregon in urging the
National Congress to make an appropriation for
the proper improvement of Siuslaw Harbor, Ore-
gon.

The subject presented of the desirability to
have the submerged rocks in this harbor near the
Pacific Mail S. S. Company's dock removed, as
being a menace to navigation and particularly dan-
gerous to vessels of deep draft, the subject was
referred to the Committee on Harbor and Shipping.



Naval Officer \ request being made to the Board to recommend
Custom Ho««e ^ gentleman for the position of Naval Officer of
the Custom House, no action was taken. The
Board of Trustees being of the opinion that it was
not in their province to make such a recommenda-
tion.



Oovemment
of Hawaii



A request being presented from the Honolulu
Chamber of Commerce for the co-operation of the
Chamber in efforts to defeat certain proposed
changes in the "Organic Act of the Territory of
Hawaii," the subject was referred to the Committee
on Internal Trade and Improvements.



Navigation
lia-wm of
Pliilippine
Islands



The subject of changing the navigation laws af-
fecting transportation between the Philippine Is-
lands and the Pacific Coast being presented, resolu-
tion was adopted in effect that it was the urgent
desire of the Chamber of Commerce that none
but American vessels should be used in transporta-



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Synopsis cf Transactions.



Ill



American
Vessels for
Public Use



Removal of
Rooms



tion between the ports of the Pacific Coast and the
Philippine Islands and places and ports in the Philip-
ine Islands, that the Senators and Representatives
from California in the National Congress be re-
quested to use their efforts to secure this result, and
if to accomplish said result it is advisable to favor
Senate Bill 2259, Fifty-eighth Congress, Second
Session, permitting the temporary use of foreign
bottoms in interisland transportation, the Senators
and Representatives be urged to favor said bill.



With a view of encouraging American shipping
a resolution was adopted in effect that the Senators
and Representatives from California in the National
Congress be urged to use their efforts to obtain
legislation substantially as provided for in Senate
Bill 2263, Fifty-eighth Congress , Second Session,
to require the employment of vessels of the United
States for public purposes.

The committee to whom the matter had been
referred, reported that they had arranged with the
Merchants' Exchange for lease of rooms for the
Chamber of Commerce of San Francisco in the new
Merchants* Exchange Building when completed.

National Civil xhe subjdct being presented of the Chamber ap-
service Reform p^jj^^jj^g a delegate to attend the meeting of the
National Civil Service Reform League in Wash-
ington, resolution adopted that the matter be laid
on the table.



International
Arbitration



The subject being presented of the Chamber ap-
pointing a delegate to attend a meeting in Wash-
ington in the interest of International Arbitration,
resolution adopted that the matter be laid on the
table.



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ANNUAL STATISTICS



COMPILED FOB THE



Damber of



oimerce of mh jrancisco



For the Year ending December 31, 1903



A COMMERCIAL AND FINANCIAL RECORD WITH
COMPARATIVE FIGURES.



THE TRADE OF SAN FRANCISCO AND ESTIMATED

YIELD OF THE LEADING PRODUCTS

OF CALIFORNIA.



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114



BANK CLEAEINGS.



The monthly Clearings at the San Francisco Clearing House during 1903,
in comparison with the two preceding years, make the following showing:



Months.


1903


1902


1901


January


1128,095,689 64
116,788,786 72
129,046,292 19
127,788,493 20
119,440,448 83
117,494.341 56
127,302,287 J*0
123,826,903 65
128,121,535 17
142,358,567 68
126,495,422 28
134,442,913 25


$105,6H9,792 78
88,615,351 08
120,797,935 28
111,935,637 67
112,116,615 52
98,170,196 9(»
112,520,011 45
107,825,112 69
119,303,264 77
134,814,471 94
125,221,938 19
136,571,697 04


$ 90,943,134 48


February

March


79,267,689 19
93.111,434 90


April


98,368,854 93


May

June


100.051,788 43
85,565,380 87


July


101,580,4 5 34


August

September


102,912,282 51

92,166,256 17

118,288,132 23

109,876,H59 71


October


November


December ,...


106,038.767 54


Totals


$1,520,200,682 07


11,373,362,025 31


11,178,169.536 30





The total Clearings and Balances since the organizn^
House and average daily Clearing for each I
statement :



Year.


Cleabikgs.


BAT.ANCES.|

1


L...


AVEFAyE
iJAlLV Ol.FAtlING.


1876


$ 476,123,237 97


$104,804,707 \


*••» r,.v^ (*■. \ \


1877


519,948,803 68


126,172,850 \




..•«H ■ ; '


1878


715,329,319 70


151,888,434 «


J'vO


2,uo. ,o; / uO


1879


553,953,955 90


129,561,079 62


305


1,816,242 50


1880


486,725,953 77


118,046,934 94


304


1,601,072 20


1881


598,696,832 35


125,388,744 81


304


1,969,397 60


1882


629,114,119 81


108,487,872 15


303


2,076,284 20


1883


617,921,853 51


107,269,494 53


304


2,032,637 70


1884


566,857,691 03


95,275,201 49


304


1,831,768 72


1885


562,344,737 93


100,460,388 52


306


1,843,753 24


1886


642,221,391 21


105,832,828 47


301


2,133,625 88


1887


829,181,929 86


129,474,942 72


303


2,736,574 02


1888


836,735,954 39


123,271,533 66


305


2,743,396 57


1889


843,386,150 94


126,765,916 49


304


2,780,807 50


1890


851,066,172 60


118,824,559 86


302


2.818,099 91


1891


892,426,712 61


123,033,279 27


306


2,913,159 19


1892


815,368,724 41


110,364,511 10


304


2,682,133 96


1893


699,235,777 88


91,744,516 81


304


2,300,282 16


1894


658,526,806 13


88,426,316 52


303


2,173,355 79


1895


692,079,240 23


98,291,742 10


305


2,269,112 26


1896


683,229,599 26


90,491,491 73


304


2,247,465 79


1897


750,789,143 91


96,115,599 66


305


2,461,603 75


1898


813,153,024 00


103,329,265 56


303


2,683,673 35


1899


971,015,072 23


121,228,735 39


303


3,204,670 21


1900


1,029,582,594 78


118,157,405 71


303


3.397,962 36


1901


1,178,169,536 30


138,516,989 73


304


3,876,557 68


1902


1,373,362,025 31


166,234,644 08


303


4,532,547 94


1903


1,520,200.682 07


177,810,822 37


305


4,984,264 53



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Bank Clearings,



115



The volume of San Francisco's bank clearings, in comparison with the
clearings of all other Pacific and far western cities, where clearing houses
are established, makes the following showing for the past two years :



Cities.


1903.


1902.


San Francisco


11,520,200,682

. 306,376,837

206,913,521

156,085,394

175,74-^510

111,935,830

100,744,164

30,962,300

29,243,006

13,272,409

237,324,959

22,090,595


11,373,362,026

245,516,096

191,885,973

175,114,600

154,741,110

88,469,202

75,739,840

29,805,340

24,613,705

13,675,283

230,369,178

30,541,500


Los Angeles


Seattle


Salt Lake


Portland


Spokane r ,


Tacoma

Helena


Fargo

Sioux Falls


Denver

Colorado Springs




Totals


$2,910,892,207


$2,633,833,851



San Francisco's total is larger than all the others combined. The aggre-
gate increase for 1903 over the previous year for all the above named cities
was 1277,058,356 of which $146,838,657 or considerably more than one-half
of the total is credited to San Francisco.



The position of San Francisco, with reference to bank clearings, among
the leading cities of the United States is shown as follows :



Cities.



New York

Chicago

Boston

Philadelphia..

St. Louis

Pittsburg

San Francisco.

Baltimore

Cincinnati

Kansas City. . .
New Orleans. .
Cleveland



1903.



$65,970,337,955
8,813,892,947
6,717,416,678
5,841,630,726
2,510,479,245
2,356,875,351
1,520,200,682
1,172,474,002
1,154,647,600
1,074,878,589
827,710,850
802,198,631



1902.



$76,328,189,165

8,394,872,351

6,930,016,794

5,875,328,360

2,506,804,320

2,147,969,764

1,373,362,025

1,202,803,359

1,080,902,000

988,294,998

672,360,577

762,604,187



In bank clearings San Francisco ranks seventh among the cities of the
country.



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SAN FRANCISCO COMMERCIAL BANKS.



The condition and nffairs of the Commercial Banks in San Francisco, on
the dateti named, as reported to the Board of Bank Commissioners, make
the following showing:



Besoxjbces.



Bank Premises ,

Other Real Estate

Miscellaneous Bonds and stocks

Loans on Heal Estate

Loans on Stocks, Bonds and Warrants ,
Loans on other security (grain, etc.).. .

Loans on personal security

Money on hand ,

Due from Banks and Bankers

Other assets



Totals .



Jan. 23, 1904,
26 Banks.



$ 2,609,654 58

2,381,145 92

11,597,720 98

4,450.603 04

23,149,9i*5 31

6,730,277 79

28,857,132 43

11,431,266 56

25,H21,461 68

946.933 96



$117,476,092 25



Dec. 31,1902,
19 Banks.



$ 2,223,685 11

2,462,108 22

7,731,604 23

3,823,999 86

23,531,576 82

7,745,484 58

25,618,726 63

13,579,912 06

21,708,633 09

879,136 36



$109,294,865 96



Increase in Resources during 1903—127,290,325.52.



Liabilities.



Capital paid in coin

Beeerve Fund, Profit and Loss..

Due Depositors

Due Banks and Bankers

State, County and City money .
Other liabilities



Jan. 23, 1904,
26 Banks.



$15,827,607 16

22,609,669 32

65,122,974 68

12,445,345 15

1,114 87

1,469,381 07



Dec. 31, 1902,
19 Banks.



112,997,236 67

17,526,744 88

67,853,182 53

8,512,477 70



2,405,234 28



Totals $117,476,092 25 $109,294,865

Increase in Deposits during 1903— $9,577,426.96.



Resources and deposits during the six preceding years, as shown by ofQcial
statements were as follows :



Date.


Resources.


Deposits.


1901 — December 31


$90,185,766 73
76,543,241 09
74,918,939 00
64,122,154 00
73,401,306 00
68.339,005 00


$55,545,547 72
46,270,737 20
44,011,228 00
34,516,310 00
37,053,416 00
30,178,548 00


1900— December 31


1899— November 29

1898 — December 31


1897 — November 30


1896— November 30



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SAN FKANCISCO SAVINGS BANKS.



Detailed statements of the condition and afiairs of the Savings Banks in
Sao Francisco on the dates named make the following showing :



Besources.



Jan. 23, 1904,
9 Banks.



Dec. 31, 1902.
9 Banks.



Bank Premises

I'eal Estate taken for Debt

Miscellaneous Bonds and Stocks

Loans on Real Estate

Loans on Stocks, Bonds, Warrants, etc. .

Loans on other security

Loans on personal security

Money on hand

Due from Banks and Bankers

Other assests



I 2,235,551 98

3,464,781 45

69,237,473 82

79,427,746 52

6,300,203 03

1,000 00



2,766,300 07

2,699,468 31

334,248 47



I 1,962,603 52

4,423,243 80

67,769,346 33

67,150,286 70

7,298,335 36

121,400 00

20,297 04

3,198,144 59

2,349,155 83

469,977 31



Totals $166,466,773 65 $154,762,790 48



Increase in resources during 1903— $11,703,983.17.



Liabilities.



Capital paid in Coin

Reserve Fund, Profit and Loss, etc..

Due Depositors

Other liabilities



Totals $166,466,773 65 $154,762,790 48



Jan. 23, 1904,
9 Banks.



$ 4,350,000 00

6,262,172 08

154,906,701 98

947,899 59



Dec. 31,1902,
9 Banks.



$ 4,050,000 00

6,183,552 84

144,295,034 57

234,203 07



Increase in deposits during 1903, $10,611,667.41.

Resources and deposits during the six preceding years, as shown by official
statements, were as follows :



Date.


Resources.


Deposits.


1901— Dec. 31


$143,524,996 39
134,498,940 61
127,317,067 01-
119,548,502 00
113,882,945 00
112,877,677 00


$133,430,482 77
124,580.434 81
115,688,396 00
110,001,652 00
102,119,990 00
100,851,482 00


1900 — Dec. 3."


1899— Nov. 29.


1898— Dec. 31


1897— Nov. 30


1896— Nov. 30





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NATIONAL BANKS.



The condition of the National Banks in San Francisco on the date
named was as follows:



Resources.



Jan. 22, 1904.
7 Banks.



Loans and Discounts

Overdrafts

U. S. Bonds for circulation ,

U. S. Bonds to secure deposits . . .

U. S. Bonds on hand

Premium on U. S. Bonds

Stocks, securities, claims, etc . . . .

Banking houses and fixtures

Other Eeal Estate, etc

Due from other National Banks . .

Due from State Banks

Due from Reserve Agents .......

Internal Revenue Stamps

Checks and other cash items

Exchanges for clearing house. . .

Bills of National Banks

Fractional currency

Specie

Legal tender notes ,

Five per cent Redemption Fund
Due from U. S. Treasurer



125,902,527 68

124.488 06

5,475.000 00

1,624,000 00

5,237,500 00

477,624 64

2,491,689 5H

672,399 45



1,522,273 53
3,106,707 93
2,217,569 70



34,376 54

880,964 84

47,817 00

3.398 55

7,022,323 35

11,368 00

262,615 00

11,500 00



Total Resources ^7,126,141 80



Liabilities.



Jan. 22, 1904.
7 Banks.



Capital paid in

Surplus Fund

Undivided profits ,

Notes in circulation

Due National Banks

Due to State Banks

Due to trust companies. . . .

Due to reserve agents

Dividends unpaid

Individual deposits

United States deposits

Deposits U. S. disb. officers.
Miscellaneous



Total liabilities .



$7,500,000 00

3,901,000 00

745 362 09

5,219,100 00

3,398,054 92

6,149,237 37

3,499,331 72

257,707 70

20,169 00

21,314,531 67

1,639,386 01



3,482,261 32



$57,126,141 80



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INTERIOE COMMERCIAL BANKS.



The condition and afiairs of the Commercial Banks in California, outside
of San Francisco, on the dates named, is as follows :



Resources.


Jan. 23, 1904
195 Banks.


Dec. 31, 1902
171 Banks.


Bank Premises


12,594,008 98
4,078,248 60
9,296,049 29

17,813,222 83
6.213,197 36
3,639,303 83

33,029,604 45
6,007,599 95

1H,078,245 86
1,089,074 25


^2,071,681 93


Other Real Estate.


4.649.562 54


Stocks and Bonds .,..,...


9,279,938 24


Loans on Real Estate


16,537,623 33
4,000,008 81


Loans on Stocks and Bonds


Loans on other securities *,


5,676,654 58


Loans on personal security


28,360,130 28


Money on hand ..,.••


7,192,667 18
20,619,530 55


Due from Banks and Bankers


Other Assets


1.106,954 24






Totals.


$96,838,555 30


$99,490,751 68







Decrease in Resources during 1903— $2,662,196.38.



Liabilities.



Capital paid up

Reserve Fund

Due Depositors

Due Banks

State and County Money .
Other Liahilities



Totals $96,838,555 30 $99,490,751 68



Jan. 23, 1904
195 Banks.



$20,437,763 14

8,258,011 65

64,446,518 63

2.146,903 86

717,950 98

831.407 04



Dec. 31, 1902
171 Banks.



$18,962,634 22

8,795,502 67

67,343,234 20

2,997,245 21

361,700 8o

1,030,434 53



Decrease in Deposits during 1903— $2,896,715.57.

Resources and deposits during the six preceding years, as shown by
official statements, were as follows :



Date.


Resoubces.


Deposits.


1901— Dec. 31


$82,336,933 28
75,680,459 00
71,225,438 00
62,996,189 00
62,973,135 00
57,132,803 00


$52,943,472 16


1900— Pec. 31


46,57<>,773 00
42,932,631 00


1899— Nov. 29


1898— Dec. 31


34,928,569 00


1897— Nov. 30


34,482,929 00


1896— Nov. 30


28,395,729 00





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INTERIOR SAVINGS BANKS



The condition and affairs of the Sayings Banks in California, outside of
San Francisco, on the dates named is as follows :



Resources.


Jan. 23, 1904,
64 Banks.


Dec. 31, 1902,
53 Banks.


Bank Premises .... ......


$ 856,344 00

1,715,623 31

15,149,188 22

40,531,262 68

2,215.777 48

444;828 33

1,622,306 88

1,267,271 56

7,463,173 51

408,464 66


$ 809 905 15


Other Real Estate


2,127,371 83

12,236,235 71

33,092,689 77

2,140,659 85

327,340 76

1,431,258 88

2,070,412 17

5,588,828 18

398,511 90


Bonds and Stocks


Loans on Real Estate ,


Loans on Stocks, Bonds, etc


Loans on other securities


Loans on personal security ......


Money on hand ,


Due from other banks

Other Assets




Total Assets


171,674,240 63


$60,223,114 20





Increase in Resources during 1903— $11,451,126.46.



Liabilities.



Capital paid up

R^rve Fund and Profit and Loss..

Due Depositors

Due other Banks

Slate, City and County Money . . . .
Other Liabilities



Total Liabilities $71,674,240 63 $60,223,114 20



Jan. 23, 1904,
64 Banks.



$ 4,786,955 00

2,511,490 66

63.830,055 09

161.911 80

12,173 59

371,654 49



Dec. 31,1902,
53 Banks.



I 4,029,480 00

2,007,247 79

53,753,932 05

38,542 25

13,800 00

380.112 11



Increase in Deposits during 1903— $10,076,123.04.

Resources and deposits during the six preceding years as shown by
official statements were as follows :



Date.


Resources.


Deposits.


1901— December 31

1900 — December 31


$52,356,.')64 62
45,510,762 00
40,245,204 00
36,730,611 00
34,222,989 00
32,690,<J01 00


$46,282,622 70
39,925,483 00


1899 — November 29


34,317,178 00


1898— December 31

1897— November 30

1896— November 30


31,178,317 00
28,236,146 00
26,474,526 00



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PRIVATE BANKS.



The condition and afiairs of the Private Banks in California, outside of
San Francisco, is as follows :



Besoubces.



Jan. 23, 19o4,
20 Banks.



Dec 31, 1902,
21 Banks.



Bank premises

Other Real Estate

Bonds and Stocks

Loans on real estate

Loans on stocks and bonds.
Loans on other securities . .
Loans on personal security

Money on hand

Due from banks

Other assets

Total resources



$ 64,828 29
146,004 55
343,577 51
641,888 86
64,692 67
149,651 61
1,444,526 69
231,250 19
526,614 85
244,527 77



$



96,493 03,
119,911 08
287,147 21
575,659 56

47,274 08

113,414 79

1,150,244 54

241,528 24

426,547 23

94,254 51



$3,856,832 79



$3,152,474 27



Increase in Resources during 1903 — $704,358.52.



Liabilities.



Capital paid up

Reserve fund, profit and loss.

Due depositors

Due banks

Other liabilities



Total liabilities $3,856,832 79 $^3,152,474 27



Jan. 23, 1904,
20 Banks.



$ 771,803 80

350,507 88

2,597,920 65

67,838 41

68,764 05



Dec. 31, 1902,
21 Banks.



$ 696,802 80

256,866 93

2,170,438 95

13,737 92

14,627 67



Increase in Deposits during 1903— $427,481.70.



Resources and deposits during the six preceding years, as shown by
official statements, were as follows:



Date.


Resources.


Deposits.


1901— Dec. 31


$3,143,711 05

2,611,868 00
2,905,538 00
2,849,223 00
2,920,319 00
2,649,736 00


$1,873,913 44


1900— Dec. 31

1899— Nov. 29


1,580,710 00
1,726,390 00


1898— Dec. 31


1,546,109 00


1897— Nov.30

1896— Nov. 30


1,433,880 00
1,074,035 00



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BANKING IN CALIFORNIA.



The detailed aggregate condition of all the SavingR, Commercial and
Private banks in California under the supervision of the Bank Commission,
was as follows on the dates named :



Resoubces.



Bank premises

Beal estate

Miscellaneous bonds and stocks. ....

Loans on real estate

Loans on stocks, bonds and warrants.

Loans on other securities

liOans on personal security

Money on hand

Due from banks and bankers

Other assets

Totals



Jan. 23, 1904.
312 Banks.



I 8,360,387 83

11,784,703 73

105,624,009 82

142,864,723 93

37,943,865 75

10,965,061 46

64.953,570 45

21,703,958 33

49,088,964 21

3,023,249 11



$456,312,494 62



Dec. 31, 1902.
277 Bankd.



$ 7,164.368 74
13,772,197 47
97,301,271 72

121,180,159 22
37,017,854 92
13,983,294 71
56,580.656 37
26,282,664 24
50,692,694 88
2,948,834 32



$426,923,996 59



Increase in resources during 1903— $29,388,498.03.



Liabilities.



Capital paid in coin

K^rve fund

Due depositors

Due banks and bankers

State, county or city Money.
Other liabilities



Jan. 23, 1904.
312 Banks.



$ 46,174,128 10

39,991,850 59

350,904,171 03

14,821,999 22

731,239 44

3,689,106 24



Dec. 31, 1902.
277 Banks.



$ 40.736,143 59

34,769,915 11

335.415,822 30

11,562,003 08

376,500 85

4.064,611 66



Total liabilities $456,312.494 62 $426,923,996 59

Increase in deposits during 1903, $15,488,348.73.



Resources and deposits during the six preceding years, as shown by
official statements, were as follows:



Date.



1901— Dec. 31
1900— Dec. 31
1899— Nov. 29
1898— Dec. 31
1897— Nov. 30
1896— Nov. 30



Resoubcbs.



$371,647,972 07
338,845,271 40
316,612,186 00
286,246,679 00
287,400,694 00
273,689,222 00



Deposits.



$290,076,038 79
258,928,138 28
238,675,823 00
212.170,957 00
203.326,361 00
186,974,320 00



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The condition of the National Banks in California on the dates named


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