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Report of the Condition of The Mercantile National Bank, of the city of New York, at the close of business November 17th, 1903:

RESOURCES, Loans and discounts..

$17,985,368 52 Overdrafts, secured and unsecured.

3,576 90 United States bonds to secure circulation.

1,800,000 00 U. S. bonds to secure U. 9. deposits........

1,370,000 Oj Premiums on U, S. bonds...

152,250 00 Stocks, securities, etc.....

341,028 11 Banking house (189 and 191 Broadway).

550, 100 00 Other real estate owned....

gs 37 59 Due from national banks..

1,242,157 83 Due from State banks and bankers.

639,100 O Cheeks and other cash items.

$81,631 65 Exchanges for Clearing House,

1,016, 333 42 Notes of other national banks.

7,000 00 Specie

3.903,830 80 Legal tender notes,

962,000 00 Redemption fund with U. 9. Treasurer (5 per cent of circutation)

90.000 00 Due from u. 9. Treasurer other than 5 per cent Redemption Fund

45,329 29

6,106,125 16 Total

$31,055,444 11 LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in...

................ $3,000,000 00 Surplus fund

3,000,000 00 Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes pald..

1,558,194 93 Reserve for taxes.

32,614 22 National bank notes outstanding....

1.787.650 00 Dividends unpaid

3.845 50 Due to other national banks..

.$4,718,199 24 Due to State banks and bankers.

1,125,261 36 Due to trust companies and savings banks,

1,938, 109 50 Individual deposits subject to check.

10,716,190 54 Certificates of deposit.

1,102,934 30 Certified checks

291,047 86 Cashier's checks outstanding..............

286,396 66 U. S. deposits.......

1.370,000 00

21,548, 139 46 U. 8. bond account.......

125,000 00 Total

- $31,055, 444 11 Slate of New York, County of New York, ss. :

I. JAMES V. LOTT, Cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and beller.

JAMES V. LOTT, Cashior. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 21st day of November, 1903.

F. A. K. BRYAN, Notary Public, N. Y, Co. Correct-Attest:

T. ALBEUS ADAMS,
WILLIAM H. TAYLOR, Director

FDER'K B. SCHENCK,

OFFICERS.

FREDERICK B. SCHENCK, President. MILES M. O'BRIEN, WILLIAM H. TAYLOR, DICK S. RAMSAY, Vice-Presidents. JAMES V. LOTT, Cashier.

EMIL KLEIN, Assistant Cashier.

DIRECTORS. FREDERICK B. SCHENCK, President: T. ALBEUS ADAMS, President Gansevoort

Bank: WILLIAM BALLIN, Bal.in & Bernheimer, Suk Manufacturers; WILLIAM
F. CÁRLTON. Capitalist: ROBERT C. CLOWRY, President Western Union Tele
graph Company: WILLIAM NELSON CROMWELL, Sullivan & Cromwell, Lawyer:
WILLIAM J. CURTIS, Sullivan & Cromwell, Lawyer; EDWIN GOULD, Presideni
St. Louis Southwestern Railway Company; EDWARD T. JEFFERY, President
Denver & Rio Grande Raildroad Company: JOHN F. KEHOE. President Lister
Agricultural Works; EMANUEL LEHMAN, Lehman Brothers, Cotton: SETH M.
MILLIKEN, Deering, Milliken &

Co.,
Dry Goods

Com'n; CHARLES W. MORSE, Capitalist; MILES M. O'BRIEN, Vice-President; AUGUSTUS G. PAINE, New York & Pennsylvania Company. Paper and Fibre: DICK S. RAMSAY, Vice President: ADOLPHE RUSCH, Abegg & Rusch, Com'n Foreign D. G.; GEORGE H. SARGENT. Sargent & Co.. Manufacturers Hardware; ABRAHAM STERN, Lawyer: WILLIAM SKINNER, William Skinner Manufacturing Company. Silk: WILLIAM H. TAYLOR, Vice-President Bowling Green Trust Company: ERNST THALMANN, Ladenburg. Thalmann & Co., Bankers; EDWARD R. THOMAS. Capita tet; ROBERT M. THOMPSON, Chairman International Nickel Company; WARNER VAN NORDEN, Banker: ISAAC WALLACH, H, Wallach's Sons, con ton Converters; JOHN SKELTON WILLIAMS, President Seaboard Air Lino Rall wav; RICHARD YOUNG, Leather.

[No. 1261.)
Roport of the Condition of the

National Butchers' and Drovers' Bank,

at New York, in the State of New York, at the close of business, November 17, 1903:

RESOURCES. Loans and discounts.

$1,835,663 43 Overdrafts, secured and unsecured.

108 88 U. S. bonds to secure circulation.

50,000 00 Stocks, securities etci.....

80,830 29 Furniture and fixtures.

12,488 87 Due from national banks. (not reserve agents).

516,099 71 Due from State banks and bankers.

9,855 23 Checks and other cash items.

59,440 56 Exchanges for clearing house,

86,961 24 Notes of other national banks.

4,055 00 Fractional paper currency, nickels, and cents.

1,721 89 Lawful money reserve in bank, viz. : Specie

$575,626 Legal-tender notes. .....

66,333

631,959 00 Redemption fund with U. & Treasurer (5% of circulation).

2,500 00 Total

$3,290,684 10 LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in..

$300,000 00 Surplus fund....

75,000 00 Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid.

48,735 65 National bank notes outstanding

44,340 00 Due to other national banks.

79,548 71 Due to trust companies and savings banka.

7,924 67 Dividends unpaid....

312 00 Individual deposits subject to chock.

2,610,008 11 Demand certificates of deposit.

400 00 Time certificates of deposit.

10,000 00 Certified checks...

11,151 30 Cashier's checks outstanding.

197 09 Bills payable, including certifcatce of deposit for money borrowed. 100,000 00 Reserved for taxes..

3,066 27

Total

$3,290,634 10 State of New York, County of New York, 89.:

1, WM. H. CHASE, Cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and beliet.

WM. H. CHASE, Cashier. Bubscribed and sworn to before me this 21st day of November, 1903.

DAVID STRAUSS,

Notary Public, New York County, Correct--Attest:

HENRY HOFHEIMER,
D. H. ROWLAND,

Directors.
G. G. BRINCKERHOFF, )

OFTICERS.
D, H. ROWLAND, President.
G. G. BRINCKERHOFF, Vice-President.
WILLIAM H. CHASE, Cashier.

E. G. TUCKER, Assistant Cashier.
DIRECTONS.

JAMES STILLMAN,
JOSEPH FOX,
D. H. ROWLAND,

GURDON G. L'RINCKERHOFF,
ILLIAM H. CHASE.
HENRY HOFHEIMER.
ADOLPH D. BENDIEJM,

HENRY A. CAESAR.

WILL

(No. 1,290. 1 Report of the Condition of The National Citizens' Bank, At New York, in the State of New York, at the close of business November 17, 1903;

RESOURCES. Loans and discounts..

............................... $6,722,886 12 Overdrafts, secured and unsecured.

1,042 61 U. S. bonds to secure circulation.

650,000 00 U. S. bonds to secure U. S. deposits..................................

600.000 00 Premiums on U. 8. bonds......

63,000 w Stocks, securities, etc......

15,636 62 Banking house, furniture and fixtures...................................

250,000 00 Other real estate owne

250,000 00 Due from national banks (not reserve agents).

$1,217,823 84 Due from State banks and bankers..

131,046 84 Checks and other cash items.................................

34,076 88 Exchanges for clearing house, ...............................

848,649 27 Notes of other national banks.

13,000 00 Fractional paper currency, nickels and cents..............

20 06 Lawful money reserve in bank, viz:

Specio ........................................... 1,671,015 00
Legal tender notes...........

290,373 00

4,206,188 89 Redemption fund with U. 8. Treasurer 6% of circulation)...

82,500 00 Total

».....$12,691,253 34

LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in...........

....................... $1,550,000 00 Surplus fund

600,000 00 Undivided pronts, less expenses and taxes paid,

185,386 0 Reserved for taxes..

19,529 25 National bank notes outstanding..............................

642,850 00 Due to other national banks...

.$1.299,345 75 Due to State banks and bankers.

404,911 32 Due to trust companies and savings banks.................... 847,695 88 Dividends uppaid

495 00 Individual deposits subject to check.

6.999,129 96 Demand certificates of deposit..

484,678 00 Certified checks

77,594 11 Cashler's checks outstanding..............

79,753 67 U. S. deposits...

499,878 87 Deposits of U. S. disbursing officers..........................

600

693,48T 43 U. S. bond account...

100,000 00 Total

$12,691,253 34 State of New York, County of New York, ss.:

HENRY DIMSE, Cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear that tho above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and beliet.

HENRY DIMSE, Casbler. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 20th day of November, 1903. (Seal)

WILLIAM V. A. POE,

Notary Public No. 48, New York County. Correct Attest:

JAS. STILLMAN,
EWALD FLEITMANN, Directors.

EDWIN S. SCHENCK,

OFFICERS. IDWIN S. SCHENCK.

.President EWALD FLEITMANN..........

............. Vice-President HENRY DIMSE.

...Cashier NILSON A. REYNOLDS.

............ Assistant Cashier ALBION K. CHAPMAN..

................Assistant Cashier

DIRECTORS. FRANCIS M. BACON, JR.

...Bacon & Co., Com. Woollens, etc. DANIEL A. DAVIS,

Formerly of Deering, Milliken & Co. L. F. DOMMERICH.

Qelbermann, Dommerich & Co., Imp. & Com. Dry Goodg EWALD FLEITMANN, Vice-President.

Fleitmann & Co., Importers WM. HALLS, JR.

Vice-President Hanover National Bank PEARSON HALSTEAD.

Halstead & Co., Provisiong ROBT. B. HIRSCH.

Wm. Openhym & Sons, Imp. & Com. Dry Goods JACQUES HUBER.

Schwarzenbach, Huber & Co., Silks ARTHUR L. LESHER.

Lesher, Whitman & Co., Importers AUGUSTUS F. LIBBY.

.H. J. Libby & Co., Com. Dry Goods ELKAN NAUMBURG.

......E. Naumburg & Co. Bankers EDWIN S. SCHENCK.

President EMIL SEYD. JR...

With Fleitmann & Co. JAMES STILLMAN.

President National City Bank FREDERICK SOUTHACK.

Fred. Southack & Co., Real Estate HENRY B. STOKES.

.President Manhattan Life Insurance Company EDWARD A. WALTON

.156 Broadway, New York

The Thirty-Fourth Street National Bank

OF NEW YORK,
West Thirty-fourth Street.

Report of the condition of THE THIRTY-FOURTH STREET NATIONAL BANK OF NEW YORK at the close of business, November 17, 1903.

RESOURCES Loans and discounts..

$729,640 17 Overdrafts, secured and unsecured.

233 21 U. S. bonds to secure circulation.......

50,000 00 Premiums on U. $. bonds.

4,937 50 Banking house, furniture and fixtures.

169,625 22 Due from national banks (not reserve agents)

87,148 88 Due from State banks and bankers...

15,000 00 Checks and other cash items...

22,724 96 Notes of other national banks.

350 00 Fractional paper currency, nickels and cents.

536 66 Lawful money reserve in bank, viz.: Specie

118,152 85 Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer (5% of circulation)..

2,500 00 Total

$1,150,849 45 LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in.

$200,000 00 Surplus fund...

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

6,628 58 National bank notes outstanding.

49,500 00 Due to other national banks..

$54,349 64 Due to trust companies and savings banks.

17,830 79 Individual deposits subject to check...

483,303 31 Demand certificates of deposit.........

26,367 53 Time certificates of deposit.

12,500 00 Certified checks......

369 70

694,720 87 Liabilities other than those above stated, mortgage on banking house and lot...

100,000 00 Tota)

. $1,150,849 45 Stato of New York, County of New York. es.:

L, CURTIS J. BEARD, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.

CURTIS J. BEARD, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before mo this 21st day of November, 1903.

JOSEPH T. VAN LOAN,

Notary Public for County of New York, No. 86.
Correct Attest:

BRADFORD RHODES,
HENRY W. SACKETT, Directors.

OFFICERS.
BRADFORD RHODES, President.
WILLIAM LUMMIS, Vice-President.
CHARLES I HUDSON, Vice-President.

CURTIS J. BEARD, Cashier.

DIRECTORS.
WILLIAM W. GOODRICH.

J. EDGAR LEAYCRAFT.
CHARLES I. HUDSON.

RUDOLPH M. HAAN.
JOHN P. MUNN.

TIMOTHY J. MARTIN.
CHARLES HILL WILLSON.

WILLIAM H. SEAICH
UDO M. FLEISCHMANN.

DANIEL SMILEY.
JAMES H. OTTLEY.

WILLIAM LUMMIS.
HENRY W. SACKETT.

REUBEN G. BREWER.
WM. WATSON CASWELL.

BRADFORD RHODES.

(No. 6,425.) REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE CONSOLIDATED NATIONAL BANK, At New York City, in the State of New York, at the close of business Nov. 17, 1903:

RESOURCES. Loans and discounts.....

, $3,585,104 19 Overdrafts, secured and unsecured.

102 54 U. 9. bonds to secure circulation..

250,000 00 U S. bonds to secure U. S. deposits..

200.000 00 Premiums on U. S. bonds..

41,300 00 Banking house, furniture and fixtures..

12.500 00 Due from national banks (not reserve agents).

1,076,554 96 Due from State banks and bankers..

184,756 86 Checks and other cash items...

10.934 73 Exchanges for clearing house.

279,128 83 Fractional paper currency, nickels and cents.

394 02 Lawful money reserve la bank, viz. : Specie

$395.342 15 Legal tender notes......

67.424 00

462,766 15 Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer (% of circulation).

12.500 00 Total

..$6,116,042 28 LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in.

.$1,000,000 OU Surplus fund

1,000,000 00 Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid.

110,347 02 National bank notes outstanding....

248, 400 00 Due to other national banks........

.$1,631,115 56 Due to State banks and bankers..

83,238 32 Due to trust companies and savings 'bankg.

140.266 67 Individual deposits subject to check.

... 1,671,507 65 Demand certificates of deposit..

29,000 00 Cashier's checks outstanding.

167 06 United States deposits...

200,000 00

3.757,295 26 Total

.$6,116,042 28 State of New York, County of New York, 19.:

I, THOMAS J. LEWIS. Cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and beliet.

THOMAS J. LEWIS, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 20th dav of November, 1903.

GUSTAV A. MEYER, Notary Public. Correct-Attest:

CLARENCE WHITMAN,
E. BURTON HART, Jr.

Directors
EDWARD G. BURGESS.

OFFICERS.
WILLIS S. PAINE,
MORTIMER H. WAGAR,

THOMAS J. LEWIS,
President.
Vice-President.

Cashier
JAMES THORNE,
THOMAS N. JONES,

HENRY G. LEWIS,
Assistant Cashier.
Assistant Cashie:.

Assistant Cashier.

DIRECTORS, OSSIAN D. ASHLEY..

Ex-President Wabash Railroad PERRY BELMONT.

..... Capitalist, New York City HENRY C. BREWSTER.

President Traders' National Bank, Rochester EDWARD G. BURGESS.

President New York Produce Exchange GEORGE P. BUTLICR.

.Capitalist, New York City GEORGE R. CRAWFORD

President Westchester Fire Insurance Company ROBERT A. CHESEBROUGH.......,President Chesebrough. Manufacturing Company GEORGE CROCKER.

Capitalist, New York and San Francieco JOHN V. GRIGGS.

..Ex-Governor of New Jersey J. TEMPLE GWATHMEY

Ex-President New York Cotton Exchange WILLIAM A. HALL,

President Caseln Company of America GEORGE S. HART.

Ex-President Second Avenue Railroad E BURTON HART, Jr..

President Portsmouth, Kittery & York Railroad JOHN FREMONT HILL..

Capitalist, Governor of Maine JAMES G. NEWCOMB...

Standard Oil Company LUGENIUS H. OUTERBRIDGE.

.President Davies Textile Company WILLIS S. PAINE.

....... Ex-State Bank Superintendent OSCAR L. RICHARD.

President State Bank of New York J. HOWARD SWEETSER.

..............Preslilent Sweetser, Pembrook & Co. MORTIMER H. WAGAR.

Vice-President Consolidated Stock Exchange CLARENCE WHITMAN.

President Merchants' Association

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