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Banks which have liquidated, paid depositors in full.

the best information at hand, it appears that the banks in process of liquidation will also pay depositors in full. Schedule follows:

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Number of banks, November 25th, 1902, December 10th, 1901, and November 21st, 1896, showing the gain in numbers:

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Three reports were called for from the state, private and savings banks, during the year, the aggregate of the several items of resources and liabilities reported on the several dates being as shown in the following tables:

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The following table shows the comparative condition of state,
private and savings banks on November 25th, 1902. and annu-
ally since the organization of this department:

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Nov. 18, 1895. Nov. 21, 1896. Nov. 6, 1897. Dec. i, 1898. Dec. 2, 1899. Dec. 13, 1900.

Dec. 10, 1901. Nov. 25, 1902.

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$28,062,796 67 $25,905, 481 71 $27, 141, C01 77 $31,409, 181 49 $39, 751, 101 8

$13,005, 570 20

$17,724,605 18 $56,394,384 03

6 5,014 67

671,017 39

67,500 00

Overdrafts.......

443,284 46

396, 305 5

Banking house, furniture and fixtures

1,355,016 33

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1,355,502 31 1,471,614 91 2,103,625 31

511,456 57 1,324,510 32 1,862,827 72

619, 150 00 €89,681 54

2,203,633 14

1,356, 709 60 1,361,737 13 4,222,940 59

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68,557 24 334,478 36

5,458, 468 42| 1,672,407 02

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583, 150 00 740,173 26 1,376,615 53 1,447,606 76 4,978, 679 93 141,26 09 565,141 40 11,900, 801 41 2,037, 148 00 1,8-8,531 05

762,050 00 776.8:9 40 1,432,809 48 827,312 06 5,042,273 99 165,415 97 83,560 80 11,738,09 37 2,232,305 35 1,463,00 50

820, 100 00

1,007.320 00

786,869 55

846,437 77

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Nickels and cents

Revenue stamp account.

138,773 89

107,733 28

120,379 68

293,839 50

155,421 50

362,731 68

357,943 23]

378,315 75

33,223 811

24,304 33

30,959 32

27,035 78

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Due to banks and bankers.

$7,918,063 51 $3,076, 752 41 2,781,856 89 2,728,555 48] 31,218,028 05 29,311,403 73 498,568 14 415,821 31

Other resources

Total

Liabi itie.

Capital stock.
Surplus and profits
Deposits subject to check.
Certificates of deposit
Savings deposits

$13,334,012 44 $11,304,022 89 $16, 378, 979 27 $5,752, 191 19 $65,541, 599 71 $38, 323, 185 89 $76,258,877 89 $-6, 114, 164 72

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Dividends unpaid

1.195 50

Certified checks

19,149 47

1,423,601 28 380 00 44,412 61

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Cashier's checks.

65,509 67

89,474 20

78,966 771

123,280 07

138,007 78

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61,245 09

79,052 45

127,590 00

46,390 07

306,273 03

237,812 54

190,214 06l

156,099 32]

112,873 48

85,107 63

303,373 37

161, 132 12

205,560 94

422,365 81

402,067 19

126,750 54

179,908 16

87,605 78

$43,334,012 44 $11,304,022 89 $46,378, 979 27 $54, 752, 191 19 $35,541,599 71 $5,323, 185 0 $76, 28, 877 89 $ 6, 114, 164 72

44,335 76

21,707 12

15, 143 37

As has been the custom in former years, the national banks of Wisconsin, (100) one hundred in number, were requested to favor this department with a copy of the report made by them to the comptroller of the currency on November 25th, 1902, being the date on which the reports of state, private and savings banks were made. From the data thus obtained, compilation is made showing the resources and liabilities of all the banking institutions of the staté: national, state, private and savings, on November 25th, 1902, and their comparative condition one year and six years ago, or in 1896. The latter year was selected for purposes of comparison, being the lowest mark since the creation of this department. It will be observed that the business of banks has more than doubled since that memorable period of general industrial distress. The deposits have increased in the intervening six years from $63,281,563.44 to $150,396,648.26, and the total resources have increased from $95,059,950.79 to $191,467,232.89.

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