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Banks doing business under the laws of the State, September 30, 1872.

Albany County Bank.
America, Bank of.
Attica, Bank of
Brooklyn Bank
Bull's Head Bank
Central Bank of Westchester County.
Chenango, Bank of .....
City Bank
City Bank
Commercial Bank
Corn Exchange Bank.
Cortland, Bank of....
Dry Goods Bank.
Eleventh Ward Bank..
Farmers' Bank
Fulton Bank...
German Bank....
Germania Bank.
German American Bank
German Exchange Bank
Greenwich Bank
Grocers' Bank
Harlem Bank.
Haverstraw, Bank of.
Henry D. Barto & Co.'s Bank..
H. G. Hotchkiss & Co.'s Bank.
Lansingburgh, Bank of....
Long Island Bank.
Manhattan Company, incorporated.
Manufacturers' Bank...

150,000

400,000 2,050,000

100,000

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'Banks doing business under the laws of the State, September 30, 1872–(Continued.)

Manufacturers' and Builders' Bank.
Manufacturers' and Merchants' Bank
Manufacturers' and Traders' Bank
Marine Bank
Mechanics' Bank
Mechanics' and Farmers' Bank.
Mechanics and Traders' Bank
Merchants' Bank
Merchants' and Mechanics' Bank.
Metropolis, Bank of the.
Monroe, Bank of.
Murray Hill Bank
Mutual Bank
Nassau Bank
New York and Erie Bank
New York Gold Exchange Bank
Ninth Ward Bank.
North America, Bank of
North River Bank
Oneida County Bank
Oriental Bank
Oswego, Bank of.
Pacific Bank
People's Bank
Phoenix Bank..
Produce Bank
Saratoga County Bank
Schenectady Bank.
Security Bank
Security Bank

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Silver Creek, Bank of..
Skaneateles, Bank of
State Bank
State Bank ....
Steuben County Bank
Susquehanna Valley Bank.
Union Bank
Wappinger's Falls, Bank of
West Side Bank...
White's Bank...

Silver Creek
Skaneateles .....
Fort Edward.
Olean.
Bath
Binghamton .....
Medina.
Wappinger's Falls
New York.
Buffalo

82, 290 100,000 100,000 100,000 150,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 200,000 200,000

3, 356 1, 100

SAVINGS BANKS.

The following Summary shows the aggregate of the Resources and Liabilities of the

Savings Institutions of this State. as exhibited by their reports of their condition on the morning of the 1st day of January, 1872.

$96,761, 973 00

RESOURCES.
Bonds and mortgages...
Stock investments, par value, United States

stocks....
New York State stocks...
Stocks of other States......
Bonds of cities in this State
Bonds of counties in this State,
Bonds of towns in this State......
Bonds of villages in this State...........
Other stocks or bonds........

$49, 194,365 00

9,623,878 00 10,296,645 00 55, 183, 863 00 9,931, 589 00 4,185,032 00

157, 690 00 2,616, 116 00

$141, 189, 178 00

140,085, 233 00 14,270, 266 00

Amount of stock and bonds as reported*..
Amount loaned upon public stocks.....
Amount loaned upon stocks and bonds of private corpora-

tions
Amount loaned upon personal securities....
Real estate.......
Cash on deposit in banks or trust companies.
Cash on hand not deposited in banks..
Assets of every description not included under either of the

above heads..... Add for cents.......

2, 258, 769 00 1,367, 145 00 5,790, 987 00 13,392, 194 00 4,915, 866 00

4, 194, 148 00

265 00

$283,037, 846 00

LIABILITIES.
Amount due depositors
Other liabilities...
Excess of assets over liabilities.
Add for cents............

$267,905, 826 00

393, 378 00 14,738, 497 00

145 00 $283, 037, 546 00 STATISTICS. Number of open accounts on the morning of January 1, 1872.......

776,700 Number of accounts opened during the calendar year 1871...........

231, 461 Number of accounts closed during the calendar year 1871....

161, 284 Number of accounts opened since organization......... 2,661,081 Institutions in operation.......

147

$190,783, 157 00 152, 956, 496 00

Amount deposited during the calendar year 1871......
Amount withdrawn during the calendar year 1871.
Amount of interest or profits received or earned during the

calendar year 1871.......
Amount of interest placed to the credit of depositors for the

same period......... Average of each deposit

16,849,911 00

13,744, 144 00

344 92

*The difference between the par value and reported value of stock investments arises from the fact that some are reported at cost and some at the market value in the aggregate resources.

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