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APPENDIX TO THE JOURNALS 



OF THE 



SENATE AND ASSEMBLY 



OF THE 



FCfeirY-MNTH SESSION 



OF THE 



LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA 



VOLUME II 




CALIFORNIA STATE PRINTING OFFICE 

HARRY HAMMOND, STATE PRINTER 

SACRAMENTO. I93I 



85752- 



358301 



VOLFME 11. 

] — lU'iiort of Siiiicriiitcudmt of Kiuiks. 11»2!>. 
2 — H*'i«ii-t of (lov. (". ('. Y(tuiij;"s F.-iot-Findiiif;- Committee, 1930. 
3 — I'roceedinjis of Veterans of Foveijjn Wars, 1030. 
4 — Third Hepoit of Judicial Council. 1930. 
5 — Report of Attorney Ceneral. 1!»2S-1!»3(). 
6 — Rei)()rt of Kuildinn and Loan Commissioner. 1929. 
7- — Report of Kuildinj; and Loan Commissioner. 1930. 
S— Report of State Board of Equalization, 1929-1930. 
9 — Report of Hoard of State Harbor (Commissioners, 1928-1930. 
10 — Report of California Code (Commission. 1930. 



TWENTIETH ANNUAL REPORT 



OF THE 



Superintendent of Banks 



OF THE 



State of California 
1929 



Showing the Financial Condition of 

State Banks at the Close of Business 

June 29, 1929 



WILL C. WOOD 

Superintendent of Banks 



69903 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 



Page 
Letter of Transmittal 5 

Statements of Condition of State Banlts as of June 29, 1929 9 

Statements of Condition of Trust Departments of National Banks as of June 29, 

1929 272 

Deposits Unclaimed for More Than Ten Years — State Banks 303 

Deposits Unclaimed for More Than Twenty Years — State Banks 372 

Miscellaneous Changes in Banks July 1, 1928, to June 30, 1929 39G 

New Banks Authorized July 1. 1928, to June 30, 1929 397 

Branch Offices Authorized July 1, 1928, to June 30, 1929 397 

National Banks Authorized to do a Tru.st Business July 1, 1928, to June 30, 1929 397 

Statements of Banks in Liquidation 400 

Alphabetical Index of Banks 401 

National Banks Authorized to do a Trust Business 404 

Geographical Index of Banks 405 

Names and Compensation of Officers and Employees 411 

Receipts and expenditures tor Fiscal Year July 1, 1928, to June 30, 1929 412 

Tabulated Statement of Reports of Condition of December 31, 1928 Folder 

Tabulated Statement of Reports of Condition of March 27, 1929 Folder 

Tabulated Statement of Reports of Condition of June 29, 1929 Folder 



LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL 



October 11, 1929. 
His Excellency, C. C. Young, 

Governor of the State of California, 
Sacramento, California. 

Dear Sir: 

I am pleased to submit to yoiT herewith, in accordance with section 
140 of the Bank Act, the annual report of the Superintendent of Banks 
for the fiscal year ending June 29, 1929. This is the twentieth annual 
report under the present law, and the third of the present Superinten- 
dent of Banks. 

Appended hereto and made a part of this report are the following: 

1. Summary of condition of every state bank. 

2. A list of new banks and branch offices. 

8. Name and compensation of each person employed and the whole 
amount of receipts and disbursements of the department during 
the fiscal year. 

4. Miscellaneous changes in banks. 

5. Reports of deposits unclaimed in state banks for more than ten 
and twenty years. 

6. Report on banks in liquidation. 

7. Tabulated statement of condition of banks. 

Very truly yours, 

« 

Superintendent of Banks. 




STATEMENTS 



REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



THE HIBERNIA SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETY. SAN FRANCISCO 

Incorporated September 6, 1864. 2 

Officers— E. J. Tobin, President; J. O. Tobin, D. J. Buckley, Vice Presidents; R. M. Tobin, 

Secretary. 
Directors— R. M. Tobin, A. R. Kelly, D. J. Buckley, E. J. Tobin, C. R. Tobin, T. A. Driscoll, 

J. O. Tobin, J. A. Oliver, C. J. Barry. 



STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1< 


)29 






Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 




$46,839,268 64 














































11,000,000 00 

20,841,059 67 

1,200,761 23 

406,575 27 




All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 






Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 




















2,623,258 38 

839,629 62 

63,826 57 

1,678 38 












































Total 




$83,816,057 76 




Liabilities 










88,264,472 16 










Reserve for interest, taxes, etc . 








Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 








































Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 












22,081 60 






















75,527,025 25 



























Cashiers' checks _. 






" 


















Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 








Acceptancesexecuted by orfor account of or under guarantee 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 








Otherliabilities 




2,478 75 










Total. 




$83,816,057 76 




Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities— 















Note. — The above statement includes the business of branch offices in San Francisco. 



10 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



THE SAN FRANCISCO BANK. SAN FRANCISCO 

Incorporated February 10, 1868. 



6 



Officers — Geo. Tourny, President ; E. T. Kruse, Vice President ; Wm. Herrmann, Vice Presi- 
dent and Cashier; Wm. D. Newhouse, Secretary; H. H. Herzer, Assistant Cashier and 
Assistant Secretary ; G. A. Belcher, R. A. Lauenstein, H. P. Maynard, F. J. Thym, L. H. 
Hansen, J. O. Cunha, Assistant Cashiers. 

Directors — Geo. Tourny, E. T. Kruse, William Herrmann, Hugh Goodfellow, Robert Dollar, 
Walter A. Haas, C. W. Doane, John A. Buck, Jr., John I. Walter, Arthur B. Cahill, 
Adolph G. Rosenthal. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 



Commercial 



Savings 



Combined 



Resources 

Loans and discounts, including rediscounts 

Bankers' acceptances, including rediscounts. 

Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts. 

Overdrafts 

Customers 'liability account acceptances 

Liibility of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptances 

United States securities owned 

Ail other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts. 
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 

Other real estate owned 

Due from Federal Reserve Bank 

Due from other banks. 

Actual cash on hand 

F/Xchanges for clearing house 

Checks and other cash items. 

Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection 
Other resources 



$927,. 579 15 



450,000 00 
1,1.54,070 00 



1,299,718 64 
164,205 13 



Totals- 



LlABILITIES 

Capital paid in 

Surplus 

Contingent fund 

All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid 

Reserve for interest, taxes, etc 

Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 

rediscounts 

Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank,inclu 

ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 

than rediscounts 

Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 

Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 

Bank 



$3,995,572 92 



$.500,000 00 
250,000 00 



$68,258,236 98 
1,576,506 47 



$69,185,816 13 
1,576,.506 47 



10,549,433 00 

26,026,948 58 
1 00 
1 00 



10,999,433 00 

27,181,018 .58 

1 00 

1 00 



12,914,649 60 
634,983 39 



14,214,368 24 
799,188 52 



762,126 83 

i'oo" 



762,126 83 

i"6o 



$120,722,887 85 



$500,000 00 

3,9.50,000 00 

100,000 00 



$124,718,460 77 



$1,000,000 00 

4,200,000 00 

100,000 00 



Deposits due to banks 

Dividends unpaid _ 

Individual deposits subject to check 

Sa v i ngs deposi ts 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit 

Certified checks 

Cashiers' checks. 

State, county and municipal deposits. 

United States and postal savings deposits 

Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 

outs tand ing 

Acceptances executed by or for account o f or under guarantee 

of this bank, except those held by this bank 

Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 

exchange 

Other liibilities 



1,278,632 78 
1.865,65512 



108,207 19 
153,000 00 



115,900,626 00 



1,. 386,8.39 97 

153,000 00 

1,865,655 12 

115,900,626 00 



95,463 48 
2,354 GO 



95,463 48 
2,354 00 



3,467 54 



Totals. 



Interest earned but nut collected, not included in resource8| 
or liabilities 



$3,995,.572 92 



11.054 66 



14,522 20 



$120,722,887 85 $124,718,460 7 



Note. — The above statement includes the business of branch offices in San Francisco, 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS 11 

THE DONOHOE-KELLY BANKING COMPANY. SAN FRANCISCO 

Incorporated March 2, 1891. 7 

Officers — J. A. Donohoe, President; F. P. Cole, Vice President; Jolin Ed. Fitzpatrick, Cashier; 

T. A. Donohoe, Jr., John T. Dispaux, .Assistant Cashiers. 
Directors — J. A. Donohoe. F. P. Cole, A. J. Caire, W. G. Parrott, B. P. Oliver, Ch. de 

Guigne, Thos. H. Kelly, John Ed. Fitzpatrick, John T. Dispaux, J. A. Donohoe, Jr. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 



Commercial 



Savings 



Combined 



Resources 

Loans and discounts, including rediscounts. 

Bankers' acceptances, including rediscounts 

Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts- 
Overdrafts. - 

Customers'! lability account acceptances 

Li ibility of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptances 

United States securities owned 

.Ml other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, lessallofTsetting bond adjustment accounts. _ 
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 

Other real estate owned 

Due from Federal Reserve Bank 

Due from other banks 

Actua I cash on hand 

Exchanges forclearing house. 

Checks and other cash items 

Items with Federa I Reserve Bank in process of collection 
Other resources 



$2,100,144 98 



135,311 77 

35,000 00 

4,000 00 

41,021 33 

42,757 20 

237,376 25 

173,853 80 

209,561 78 

3,857 74 

20,419 88 

23,385 37 



Total. 



Liabilities 

Capital paid in 

Surplus 

.\11 undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid. . 

Reserve for interes t , taxes, etc 

Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 

rediscounts 

Bills pavable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ 

ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 

tha n rediscoun ts 

Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 

Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 

Bank 

Deposits due to banks -. 

Dividends unpaid 

Individual deposits subject to check 

Savings deposits 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit 

Certified checks. 

Cashiers' checks 

State, coun ty and municipa 1 deposits 

United States and postal savines deposits 

Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 

outstanding 

Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 

of this bank, except those held by this bank 

Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 

exchange 

Other liabilities 



$3,034,237 83 



$650,000 00 

200,000 00 

22,971 64 



63,778 02 

16,250 00 

1,717,863 10 



4,405 19 

95,586 80 

107,810 68 

50,600 90 

100,000 00 



4,971 50 



Total. 



Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liibilities 



$3,034,237 83 
$619 86 



i: 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



THE YOKOHAMA SPECIE BANK, LIMITED (BRANCH). SAN FRANCISCO 

Incorporated February, 1880, at Yokohama, Japan. 10 

Officers — Y. Noguchi, Manager; C. Nakayama, M. Nagamatsu, Submanagers; S. Oguri, Per 

Pro Manager. 
Directors — R. Ichinomiya, N. Igarashi, Esq., Baron K. Iwasaki, K. Kodama, K. Mogami, Baron 

I. Morimura, M. Odagiri, T. Okubo, Y. Suitsu, K. Takeuchi, K. Tatsami, F. Watanabe. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 


$3,202,653 96 




































Liability of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptances 
















All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 








Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 


8,004 40 








70,000 00 
434,230 24 
52,020 26 
62,403 59 
19,687 64 
























rhpcks and other cash item.s 














603,931 33 












Total 


$4,452,931 42 

$825,000 00 

206,250 00 

12,484 48 

21,4.50 00 






Liabilities 
Capitalpaid in . . 






Surplus 






All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid. . 






Reserve forinterest, taxes, etc . . 






Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 






Bills pavablc other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 


250,000 00 






Liabilities forrediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 






Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank . 








Denosits due to banks. 


1,285,326 38 














568,444 05 












Demand certificates of deposit 


2,108 58 

1.172.380 47 

811 33 

22,264 74 






Time certificates of deposit 






Certified checks. 












State, county and municipal deposits 














Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 
outstanding 








.\cceptancesexecuted by orforaccount of or under guarantee 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
exchange . 










86,411 39 












Total 


$4,452,931 42 
$6,350 00 






Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
orliabilities .. 













Note. — The above statement includes the business of a branch oflfice at inn North Main Street, 
Los Angeles. 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



13 



THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE (BRANCH). SAN FRANCISCO 



Incorporated in Canada, May 15, 1867. 



27 



Officers— Sir John Aird, President; The Rt. Hon. Sir Thomas White, K.C.M.G., E. R. Wood, 
LL.D., A. F. White, Vice Presidents; Sir Joseph Flavelle, Bart. LL.D., Chairman of the 
Board ; S. H. Logan, General Manager. 

Directors— Sir John Aird, The Rt. Hon. Sir Thos. White, K.C.M.G., E. R. Wood, LL.D. A. F. 
White, Sir Joseph Flavelle, A. Kingman, Sir John Gibson, Chas. Colby, A. C. Flutnerfelt, 
G. W. Allan, H. J. Fuller, F. P. Jones, H. C. Cox, C. N. Candee, W. W. Hutchinson, 
H. R. Silver, J. A. Richardson, T. A. Russell, Sir Alex Mackenzie, Miller Lash, G. C. 
Edwards, H. S. Ambrose, C. A. Birge, W. E. Phin, I. Pitblado, W. P. Riley. A. V. Young, 
John Stuart, The Rt. Hon. Lord Shaughnessy, J. P. Bickell, Geo. A. Morrow, A. R. Auld, 
F. W. Cowan, W. K. George, A. M. M. Kirkpatrick, S. H. Logan, Thos. H. Wood. 



STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 






Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 


$2,346,205 53 






















29,471 03 


























.\II ither binds, wirrants and securities, including premium 


























35,000 00 
37,222 51 


























































Total 


$2,447,907 24 
$300,000 00 






LUBILITIES 












All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid. . 


1,538 45 
5,297 89 












Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 






Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
























Liibilities for reiiscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 










1,759,572 54 














316,974 00 






















35,000 00 




































Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 


53 33 
29,471 03 






.\eceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 

of this bank, except those held by this bank . 

Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 


























Total 


$2,447,907 24 
81,377 73 






Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 













14 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS 



INTERNATIONAL BANKING CORPORATION (BRANCH). SAN FRANCISCO 

Incorporated in Connecticut June 14, 1901. 30 

Branch of International Banking Corporation, New York. Owned by The National City 

Bank of New York. 
Officers — W. D. Whittemore, Manager; M. Anger, F. J. Corde, Pro Managers. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 



Commercial 



Sa\'ings 



Combined 



Resources 

Loans and discounts, including rediscounts. 

Bankers' acceptances, including rediscounts. _ - - 

Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts. 

Overdrafts 

Customers' liability account acceptances 

Liability of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptances 

United States securities owned 

All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 

Other real estate owned 

Due from Federal Reserve Bank 

Due from other banks_ _. 

.\ctual cash on hand 

Exchanges for clearing house 

Checks and other cash items 

Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection. -_ 
Other resources 



$1,424, 255 97 



3,396 85 
24,434 15 



293.480 13 
3,912 07 



84 49 



Total. 



Liabilities 

Capital apportioned 

Surplus 

All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid. . 

Reserve for interest, taxes, etc... 

Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 

rediscounts 

Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 

than rediscounts 

Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 

Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 

Bank 

Deposits due to banks 

Dividends unpaid __ _ 

Individual deposits subject to check 

Savings deposits 

Demand certificates of deposit. 

Time certificates o f deposit 

Certified checks 

Cashiers' checks 

State, county and municipal deposits 

United States and postal savings deposits 

Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 

outstanding 

Acceptancesexecuted by or for account o for under guarantee 

of this bank, except those held by this bank 

Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 

exchange 

Other liabilities 



$1,749,563 66 

$300,000 00 
15,000 00 



1,132,957 55 



7,038 78 
177,211 18 



27,342 98 
90,013" i7" 



Total. 



$1,749,,563 66 



Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 



REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



15 



ANGLO-CALIFORNIA TRUST COMPANY. SAN FRANCISCO 

Incorporated April 12, 1909. 



43 



Officers— M. Fleishhacker, President ; H. Fleishhacker, T. C. Tilden, C. L. Smith, J. L. Osborne, 
Leon Sloss, Jr., Clyde N. Beal, Vice Presidents; Louis Sutter, Vice President and Cashier; 
R. D. Brigham, Vice President and Manager of Branches ; Fred V. Vollmer, Vice Presi- 
dent and Secretary ; Grant Cordrey, Trust Officer and Assistant Secretary ; Dario Righetti, 
H. Kanter, J. M. McCarthy, Henry C. Muller, A. L. McRowe, Leonard L. Formes, W. R. 
Carswell, W. E. Burns, B. J. Frankenheimer, H. T. Armstrong, Assistant Vice Presidents ; 
O. C. Schulte, Walter Graf, Elmer G. Lind, A. M. Wickland, Wm. H. Arnold, C. C. Kutz, 
S. F. Lam, Assistant Cashiers ; F. H. Lougher, W. G. White, L. H. Tharp, Assistant 
Trust Officers; C. L. Youndale, Manager Potrero Branch; J. J. Cambridge, Jr., Controller. 

Directors — Geo. I. Cochran, Herbert Fleishhacker, Mortimer Fleishhacker, Paul Shoup, Mark 
L. Gerstle, C. C. Moore, W. B. Reis, Jas. Tyson, Philip Zimmermann, T. C. Tilden, 
Louis Sutter. R. D. Brigham. T. L. Osborne, C. L. Smith, Fred V. Vollmer, Leon 
Sloss, Jr. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29. 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Court 
Trusts 


Private 
Trusts 


Combined 


Resources 
Loans and discounts, including 


$15,723,875 94 


$33,287,114 85 






$49,010,990 79 


Bankers' acceptances, including 








Notes, drafts or bills of exchange. 














170,128 91 
108,970 40 









170,128 91 


Customers' liability account 








108,970 40 


Liability of foreign banks and 
bankers on account of accept- 












1,893,147 43 

4,842,056 70 

258,328 47 

1,703 16 

1,861,695 85 

1,235,737 52 

739,494 11 

760,378 75 

128,000 99 

353,425 68 


2,257,201 09 

5.784,141 31 

689,812 79 

378,726 09 

1,. 560,01 5 58 

2,797,717 19 

68,605 20 




$58,350 00 
235,482 94 


4,208,698 52 


X\\ other bonds, warrants and 
securities, including premium 
thereon, less all offsetting 
bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fix- 
tures and safe deposit vaults- 


$238.,588 58 
113,152 82 


11,100,269 .53 

1,061,294 08 
380,429 25 








3,421,711 43 




72,846 68 
1,005 70 


141,390 89 
7,440 90 


4,247,692 28 


Actual cash on hand 


816,.545 91 
760,-378 75 




10,297 88 




.55 45 


138,354 32 


Items with Federal Reserve 




353,425 68 






994 30 


29,503 65 
822 49 


30,497 95 




1,039,004 40 


2,041 50 


1,041,868 39 






Totals 


$29,115,948 31 

$800,000 00 
700,000 00 


$46,835,673 48 

$400,000 00 
1,0.50,000 00 


$426,588 08 

$200,000 00 
150,000 00 


$473,046 32 

$100,000 00 
100,000 00 


$76,851,256 19 


LiabiliHes 


$1,500,000 00 




2,000,000 00 


Amount segregated for protec' 
tion of court and private 




\\\ undivided profits, leps ex- 
penses, interest and taxes paid 


408,628 19 
310,876 61 

1,250,000 00 


32,443 85 


6,567 85 


237,983 82 


685,623 71 
310,876 61 


Bills payable with Federal 
Reserve Bank other than 








1,250,000 00 


Bills payable other than with 
Federa 1 Reserve Bank, includ- 
i ng al 1 obligations representing 
money borrowed, other than 










Liabilities for rediscounts with 












Liabilities for rediscounts other 
than with Federal Reserve 
Bank.. 














3,561,469 24 
45,737 00 

19,226,930 37 


.596,135 90 






4,1.57,605 14 








45,737 00 


Individual deposits subject to 








19,226,930 37 

41,682,675 06 

40,057 .50 




41,682,675 06 






Demand certificates of deposit- - 


40,057 .50 







16 REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 

ANGLO-CALIFORNIA TRUST COMPANY. SAN FRANCISCO— Continued 





Commercial 


Savings 


Court 
Trusts 


Private 
Trusts 


Combined 


LiABiMTiBS— Continued 


$1,673,334 16 

61,670 34 

376,466 13 








$1,673,334 16 


Certified checks 








61,670 34 










376,466 13 


State, county and municipal 


$2,900,000 00 






2,900,000 00 


United States and postal savings 


140,992 53 
1.275 24 

108,750 16 






140,992 53 


Letters of credit and travelers' 
checks sold for cash and now 








1,275 24 


Acceptances executed by or for 
account of or under guarantee 
of this bank, except those 








108,750 16 


Liability account acceptances 
executed to furnish dollar 










Deposits of money received 
from executors, adminietra- 
tors, guardians, assignees. 






$68,020 23 
2,000 00 




68,020 23 








$35,000 00 
62 50 


37,000 00 




409,760 84 


174,418 67 


584,242 01 








Totals 


$29,115,948 31 
$409,034 74 


$46,835,673 48 


$426,588 08 


$473,046 32 
$8,342 89 


$76,851,256 19 


Interest earned but not col- 
lected, not included in re- 


$417,377 63 











Trust Resources 


Court Trusts 


Trust Liabilities 


Court Trusts 


Personal assets received from executors, 
administrators, guardians, assignees. 




Personal assets received from executors, 
administrators, guardians, assignees. 




Trust investments, personal property 

Trust investments, real property 

Due from banks 


$2,373,026 35 
695,723 80 
499,051 19 


Trusts held in capacity of executor, 
admi-iistrator, guardian, assignee, 


«3,.567,S01 34 




Private trusts, specially designated and 
construed as court trusts, under 
supervision 

Total _ 










Total 


$3,567,801 34 


$3,.567,801 34 



Note. — The above statement includes the business of branch offices at Fillmore and Geary 
streets; Market and Ellis streets; Market, Jones and McAllister streets; Sixteenth and 
Mission streets; Montgomery and Sacramento streets; Third and Twentieth streets; 
Twentieth avenue and Geary streets, and 101 Market street, San Francisco. 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



17 



STOCKTON SAVINGS AND LOAN BANK. STOCKTON 

Incorporated August 12, 1867; Reincorporated February 13, 1925. 



45 



Officers— E. L. Wilhoit, President; Thomas E. Connolly, Vice President, R. L. Eberhardt, Vice 
President and Cashier ; Carroll G. Grunsky, Vice President and Trust Officer ; J. F. McCloryr 
Paul Stark Smith, O. H. Ritter, A. N. Draper, W. T. Lewis, Assistant Cashiers. 

Directors — E. L. Wilhoit, A. W. Simpson, Jr., Thomas F. Baxter, John Hancock, Ralph C. 
Jeannelle, Thomas E. Connolly, Geo. W. Grupe, C. Parker Holt, Dewey R. Powell, C. B. 
Orvis, M. D. Eaton, Abert T. Minahen, A. F. Roberts, Samuel Kahn, Carroll G. 
Grunsky. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 



Commercial 



Savings 



Court 
Trusts 



Private 
Trusts 



Combined 



Resources 
Loans and discounts, including 

rediscounts 

Bankers' acceptances, including 

rediscounts 

Notes, dr.ifts or bills of exchange, 

i ncluding r ediscounts 

Overdrafts 

Customers' liability account 

acceptances 

Liability of foreign banks and 
bankers on account of accept- 
ances - . - - - - 

United States securities owned . 

All other bonds, warrants and 

securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting 

bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fix- 
tures and safe deposit vaults- 
Other real estate o\\ ned 

Due from Federal Reserve Bank 

Duefrom other banks 

Actual cash on hand 

Exchanges for clearing house.. 
Checks and other cash items. . 
Items with Federal Reserve 
Bank in process of collection 

Advances to court trusts 

Other resources 



$2,523,858 98 $4,505,836 09 



$7,029,695 07 



1,113 15 



1,113 15 



415,441 94 



588.487 45 

154,890 41 

69,593 19 

4,597 69 



136,794 66 



859,811 81 

279,198 14 

78,738 18 

120.000 00 

154,371 95 

4,479 39 



$52,154 01 



$55,301 68 



1,168 99 



682 96 



136,794 66 



1,382,709 44 

279,198 14 

78,738 18 

120,000 00 

744,711 35 

159,369 80 

69,593 19 

4,597 69 



73 27 



15,075 66 



73 27 
25,082 35 



Totals. 



LABILITIES 

Capital paid in 

Surplus - 

Amount segregated for protec- 
tion of court and private 
trusts, national banks only... 

All undivided profits, less ex 
penseB, interest and taxes paid 

Reserve for interest, taxes, etc. . 

Bills payable with Federal 
Reserve Bank other than 
rediscounts 

Bills payable other than with 
Federal Reserve Bank, includ 
ing allobligationerepresenting 
money borrowed, other than 
rediscounts 

Liabilities for rediscounts with 
Feieral Reserve Bank 

Liabilities for rediscounts other 
than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 

Deposits due to banks 

Dividends unpaid 

Individual deposits subject to 
check 

Savings deposits... 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit 

Certified checks 

Cashiers' checks 

State, county and municipal 
deposits 

United States and postal savings 
deposits 

2— C9903 



$3,773,058 47 



$500,000 00 
200,000 00 



$6,149,236 91 



$400,000 00 
155,000 00 



$53,323 00 



$50,000 00 



$56,057 91 



$50,000 00 



$10,031,676 29 



$1,000,000 00 
355,000 00 



340.906 41 



142.968 97 



483,875 38 



116,960 41 
11,000 00 



2,325.056 94 



25.164 31 
14.000 00 



948 04 

240.102 45 

1.555 50 

25,776 71 



4.861,480 88 



550,000 00 



142,124 72 
25,000 GO 

2,325,056 94 

4,861,480 88 

948 04 

240,102 45 

1,555 50 

25.776 71 

550,000 GO 



18 REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS 

STOCKTON SAVINGS AND LOAN BANK. STOCKTON— Continued 





Commercial 


Savings 


Court 
Trusts 


Private 
Trusts 


Combined 


Liabilities — Continued 
Letters of credit and travelers' 
checks sold for cash and now 
outstanding .. 


$10,500 00 








$10,500 00 


Acceptances executed by or for 
account of or under guarantee 
of this bank, except those 
held by this bank 








Liability account acceptances 
executed to furnish dollar 
exchange.- . __ 












JJeposits of money received 
from executors, administra- 
tors, guardians, assignees, 
receivers or trustees 






$474 08 

500 00 

2,348 92 




474 08 








$500 00 
5,557 91 


1,000 00 
8,781 59 


"Other liabilities . 


252 6i 


$622 75 




Totals 


$3,773,058 47 
$24,477 67 


$6,149,236 91 
$19,386 77 


$53,323 00 


$56,057 91 


$10,031,676 29 

$43,864 44 


Interest earned but not col- 
lected, not included in re- 











Trust Resources 


Court Trusts 


Trust Liabilities 


Court Trusts 


Personal assets received from executors, 
administrators, guardians, assignees, 

receivers or trustees 

Trust investments, personal property.. _ 
Trust i n vestments, real property 


$43,557 45 

76,523 50 

1,500 00 

2,868 47 


Personal assets received from executors, 
administrators, guardians, assignees, 
receivers or trustees 

Trusts held in capacity of executor, 
administrator, guardian, assignee, 
receiver or trustee 

Private trusts, specially designated and 
construed as court trusts, under 


$43,5.57 45 
80,891 97 














Total 




Total 


$124,449 42 


$124,449 42 







REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



19 



THE OAKLAND BANK. OAKLAND 

Incorporated August 21, 3 867. 



46 



Officers— W. W. Garthwaite, President; A. Borland, A. B. Post, A. E. Caldwell, P. D. 
Richardson, Vice Presidents ; J. A. Thomson, Vice President and Secretary ; J. W. Garth- 
waite, Vice President and Trust Officer ; H. G. Johnson, Vice President and Cashier ; 
Samuel Breck, F. M. Cerini, H. E. Jacobus, H. F. Hiller, O. J. Larson, J. E. Gustafson, 
H. L. Sutherland, E. J. Hogarty, T. E. Theiss, Assistant Cashiers ; Paul E. Dorman, V. F. 
Reynolds, Assistant Trust Officers ; G. R. Gilmour, Auditor. 

Directors— A. Borland, Arthur H. Breed, Sherwood Swan, J. Y. Eccleston, W. W. Garthwaite, 
J. H. King, A. B. Post, H. C. Capwell, A. G. Tasheira, P. J. Walker. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Sa\'ings 


Court 
Trusts 


Private 
Trusts 


Combined 


Resources 
Loans and discounts, including 


$8,255,782 84 


$32,549,884 19 






$40,805,667 03 


Bankers' acceptances, including 


__ 






Notes, drafts or bills of exchange. 














16,862 89 








16,862 89 


Customers' liability account 








Liability of foreign banks and 
bankers on account of accept- 














33,000 00 

1,075,706 35 
1, 0.50,000 00 


3,550,515 19 

8,035,348 25 

1,733,385 71 
455,371 43 






3,583 515 19 


All other bonds, warrants and 
securities, including premium 
thereon, less all offsetting 
bond adjustment accounts. __ 

Bank premises, furniture and fix- 
tures and safe deposit vaults . 


$250,000 00 


$100,000 00 


9,461,054 60 

2,783,385 71 
455,371 43 














Due from other banks. .- .. 


4,115,078 83 

723,296 71 

214,165 49 

21,864 64 


1,243,705 22 
400,000 00 


235,351 83 


3,000 00 


5,597,135 88 




1,123,296 71 
214,165 49 


Exchanges for clearing house. _ . 












21,864 64 


Items with Federal Kcserve 
Bank in process of collection 












6 53 




6 53 




496,149 54 


37,932 40 




534,081 94 










Totais 


$16,001,907 29 

$1,050,000 00 
1,9.50,000 00 


$48,006,142 39 

$750,000 00 
1,250,000 00 


$485,358 36 

$100,000 00 
150,000 00 


$103,000 00 
$100,000 00 


$64,596,408 04 


Liabilities 
Capital paid in - 


$2,000,000 00 


Surplus 


3,350,000 00 


Amount segregated for protec- 
tion cf court and private 






All undivided profits, less ex- 
penses, interest and taxes paid 


50,000 00 


1,051,752 03 






1,101 752 03 








Bills payable with Federal 
Reserve Bank other than 












Bills payable other than with 
Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing 
money borrowed, other than 












Liabilities for rediscounts with 












Liabilities for rediscounts other 
than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 














1.52,787 23 
120,000 00 

10,794,482 81 


760,943 43 






913,730 66 


Dividends unpaid 

Individual deposits subject to 






120 000 00 








10,794,482 81 




41,811,070 76 






41,811,070 76 


Demand certificates of deposit. . 
Time certificates of deposit 


665 00 

201,792 58 

18,584 19 

170,553 39 

1,429,494 75 






665 00 








201,792 58 








18,.584 19 










170,553 39 


State, county and municipal 
deposits . 


2,250,000 00 






3.679,494 75 



20 REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 

THE OAKLAND BANK. OAKLAND— Continued 





Commercial 


Savings 


Court 
Trusts 


Private 
Trusts 


Combined 


Liabilities— Continued 
United States and postal savings 












Letters of credit and travelers' 
checks sold for cash and now 


$42,470 25 








$42,470 25 


Acceptances executed by or for 
account of or under guarantee 
of this bank, except those 










Liability account acceptances 
executed to furnish dollar 












Deposits of money received 
from executors, administra- 
tors, guardians, assignees. 






$228,358 36 
7,000 00 




228,358 36 








$3,000 00 


10,000 00 




21,077 09 


$132,376 17 


153,453 26 










Totals 

Interest earned but not col- 
lected, not included in re- 


S16,001,907 29 


$48,006,142 39 


$485,358 36 


$103,000 00 


$64,596,408 04 















Trust Resources 


Court Trusts 


Trust Liabilities 


Court Trusts 


Personal assets received from executors, 
administrators, guardians, assignees, 

receivers or trustees 

Trust investments, personal property.. - 

Trust i nvestments, real property 

Due from banks 


$671,882 64 

2,097,578 60 

424,993 04 

197,625 44 


Personal assets received from executors, 
administrators, guardians, assignees, 
receivers or trustees 

Trusts held in capacity of executor, 
administrator, guardian, assignee, 
receiver or trustee. _. 

Private trusts, specially designated and 
construed as court trusts, under 


$671,882 64 
2,720,197 08 














Total 




Total 


$3,392,079 72 


$3,392,079 72 







Note. — The above statement includes the business of branch offices at Thirty-eighth and 
Penniman, College avenue and Ocean View, Foothill boulevard and Fairfax avenue, 3336 
East Fourteenth street, 5S01 Grove street, East Fourteenth street and Forty-fifth avenue. 
Park boulevard and Hopkins street, Foothill boulevard and Seminary avenue, 1228 Seventh 
street. Foothill boulevard and Seventy-fourth avenue, Foothill boulevard and Thirty-third 
avenue. Twenty-third avenue and East Fourteenth street. 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



21 



SANTA CRUZ BANK OF SAVINGS AND LOAN. 

Incorporated March 10, 1870. 



SANTA CRUZ 



51 



Officers — VVm. T. Jeter, President; Bruce L. Sharpe, Vice President; Ed. Daubenbis, Cashier 
and Treasurer; George S. Tait, Jr., Secretary and Assistant Cashier; John Costella, 
Assistant Cashier. 

Directors — Wm. T. Jeter, Bruce L. Sharp, H. E. Irish, Porter Sesnon, W. A. Horton, Walter 
C. Byrne, S. Waldo Coleman. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 



Commercial 



Savings 



Combined 



RESOtTRCES 

Loans and discounts, including rediscounts 

Banlcers' acceptances, including rediscounts 

Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts. 

Overdrafts 

Customers' liability account acceptances 

Liability of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptances 

United States securities owned 

All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 

Other real estate owned 

Due from Federal Reserve Bank 

Due from other banks 

Actual cash on hand 

Exchanges forolearing house 

Checks and other cash items 

Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection. __ 
Other resources 



Total. 



LUBILITIES 

Capital paid in 

Surplus 

All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid 

Reserve for interest, taxes, etc 

Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 

rediscounts 

Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 

than re discounts 

Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 

Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 

Bank 

Deposits due to banks 

Dividends unpaid 

Individual deposits subject to check 

Savings deposits 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit 

Certified checks 

Cashiers' checks 

State, county and municipal deposits 

United States and postalsavings deposits 

Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 

outstanding 

Acceptances executed by or (or account of or under guarantee 

of this bank, except those held by this bank 

Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 

exchange 

Otherliabilitics._ 



$1,973,155 05 



142,425 52 

555,394 98 

54,570 29 

43,861 87 



104,606 20 
94,532 25 



2,237 19 



$2,970,783 35 



$156,250 00 
75,000 00 
62,499 82 



Total 



Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 



9,511 42 



2,655,077 66 



12,444 45 



$2,970,783 35 
$9,259 64 



22 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 
BANK OF MARTINEZ. MARTINEZ 

Incorporated October 7, 1873. 



64 



Officers — W. A. Hale, President; J. E. Rodgers, Vice President; F. R. Jones, Cashier, Secre- 
tary and Treasurer; P. D. Butcher, W. D. Dockstader, Assistant Cashiers. 
Directors — W. A. Hale, J. E. Rogers, A. B. Tinning, Edwin Merrithew, Thos. B. Fernandez. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 



Commercial 



Savings 



Combined 



Resources 

Loans and discounts, including rediscounts 

Bankers' acceptances, including rediscounts 

Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts. 

Overdrafts 

Customers'liability account acceptances . 

Liability of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptances 

United States securities owned 

All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less alloffsetting bond adjustment accounts. . 
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 

Other real estate owned 

Due from Federal Reserve Bank 

Due from other banks 

Actual cash on hand 

Exchanges forclearing house 

Checks and other cash items 

Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection 
Other resources 



$315,587 56 



$997,468 03 



$1,313,055 59 



1,283 81 



1,283 81 



51,814 62 

110,954 47 

39,773 63 

5,329 59 



87,473 92 
38,964 66 



10,378 29 

232,037 41 
46,553 10 
43,085 08 
26,978 98 
58,580 36 
5,723 34 



62.192 91 

342,991 88 
86,326 73 
48,414 67 
26,978 98 

146,054 28 
44,688 00 



12,449 05 



12,449 05 



Totals. 



Liabilities 
Capital paid in 

Surplus 

All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid 

Reserve for interest, taxes, etc 

Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 

rediscounts 

Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ 

ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 

than rediscounts 

Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 

Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 

Bank 

Deposits due to banks 

Dividends unpaid 

Individual deposits sub'ect to check 

Savings deposits 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit.. 

Certified checks 

Cashiers' checks 

State, county and municipal deposits 

United States and postalsavings deposits 

Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 

outstanding 

Acceptances executed byorforaccountoforunder guarantee 

of this bank, except those held by this bank _. 

Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 

exchange 

Otherliabilities 



3,631 31 



$75,000 00 

35,000 00 

2,315 94 



$1,420,804 59 



$25,000 00 

90,000 00 

6,363 37 



$2,084,435 90 



$100,000 00 

125,000 00 

8,679 31 



17,972 90 
'47r,057'74" 



17,972 90 



94 



1,249,441 22 



471,057 74 

1,249,441 22 

94 



421 07 

4,149 38 

57,580 34 



50,000 00 



421 07 

4,149 38 

107,580 34 



133 00 



133 00 



Totals - 



Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
orliabilities 



$663,631 31 



$12,848 08 



$1,420,804 59 
$12,834 57 



$2,084,435 90 
$25,682 65 



REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS 



23 



THE BANK OF LAKE. LAKEPORT 

Incorporated March 19, 1874. 



68 



Officers — Fred A. Greene, President ; W. C. Moore, J. H. Annette, Vice Presidents ; D. W. 

Greene, Secretary and Cashier ; F. Louise Nordyke, Assistant Cashier. 
Directors — Fred A. Greene, W. E. Greene, W. C. Moore, C. W. Bacon, J. L. Annette, F. W. 

Dorn, B. G. Sayre. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 


$133,364 90 


$234,043 69 


$367,408 59 








































14,878 42 

185,210 36 
21,200 00 


18,000 00 
50,327 03 


32,878 42 


All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 
thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 


235,537 39 
21,200 00 


















24,831 49 
14,999 70 


5,720 43 
8,898 40 


30,551 92 




23,898 10 






































Totals 


$394,484 87 

$35,070 00 
15,000 00 
56,745 93 


$316,989 55 

$15,000 00 
15,000 00 


$711,474 42 


LUBILITIBS 

Capital paid in 


$50,070 00 
30,000 00 
56,745 93 


Surplus _ 


All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid.. 


Reserve for interest, taxes, etc... 






Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 
rediscounts 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 
than rediscounts 








Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 








Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank... 








Deposits due to banks 








Dividends unpaid 


9,669 60 
226,329 75 




9,669 60 


Individual deposits subject to check 




226 329 75 


Savings deposits _ 


286,989 55 


286,989 55 


Demand certificates of deposit 






Time certificates of deposit 


7,051 49 
218 10 




7,051 49 


Certified checks 




218 10 


Cashiers' checks . 






State, county and municipal deposits 


44,400 00 




44,400 00 


United States and postal savings deposits 






Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 
outstanding... 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 
of this bank , except those held by this bank 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
exchange 








Other liabilities 
















Totals 


$394,484 87 
$3,900 00 


$316,989 55 


$711 474 42 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 











24 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



BANK OF TEHAMA COUNTY. RED BLUFF 

Incorporated September S, 1874. 



72 



Officers — Erie Gans, President; Henry C. Swain, Vice President; W. G. Moore, Cashier; 

F. T. Joy, Assistant Cashier. 
Directors— W. E. Wilcox, Erie Gans, Henry C. Swain, F. E. Gushing, U. B. Tyler, O. C. 

Combs, W. G. Moore. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 
Loans and discounts, including rediscounts 


$1,445,221 26 


$1,096,017 14 


$2,541,238 40 


Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts 










141 62 




141 62 


















30,000 00 

529,286 13 
27,610 92 
48,396 24 
30,000 00 

133,268 94 
71,799 27 


84,430 00 

49,370 00 
50,000 00 


114,430 00 


All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 


578,656 13 
77,610 92 
48,396 24 






30,000 00 




56,828 73 
39,149 08 


190,097 67 


Actual cash on hand 


110,948 35 




10,370 27 


166 22 


10,536 49 






Other resources 


12,199 87 


12 29 


12,212 16 


Totals 


$2,338,294 52 

$250,000 00 
150,000 00 
252,176 56 


$1,375,973 46 

$50,000 00 
75,000 00 


$3,714,267 98 

$300,000 00 
225,000 00 
252,176 56 


LUBILITIES 




All undi\'ided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid.. 


Reserve for interest, taxes, etc -. 






Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 
rediscounts .. . 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 
than rediscounts ., 








Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 








Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank.. .. 








Deposits due to banks 










9,057 00 
637,048 04 




9,057 00 






637,048 04 




1,250,973 46 


1,2.50,973 46 


Demand certificates of deposit 


41,618 31 

912,469 50 

364 00 

60 00 

85,501 11 


41 618 31 


Time certificates of deposit . . . .. 




912 469 50 






364 00 






60 00 






85,501 11 


United States and postal savings deposits _. . 






Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 
outstanding 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 
of this bank, except those held by this bank 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
exchange. 








Other liabilities 
















Totals 


$2,338,294 52 
$35,000 00 


$1,375,973 46 


$3,714,267 98 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or iiibilities 


$35,000 00 











REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



25 



BANK OF WILLOWS. WILLOWS 

Incorporated September 2, 1880. 



86 



Officers — Ellis J. Levy, President; C. M. French, Vice President; C. R. Wickes, Secretary and 

Cashier. 
Directors — Ellis J. Levy, C. M. French, C. R. Wickes, T. Harrington, C. B. Johnson, James 

Boyd, E. C. Longmire. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 


$768,143 89 


$909,029 98 


$1,677,173 87 
















2,772 84 




2,772 84 


















28,962 50 
265,684 42 


42,335 00 
299,122 59 


71,297 50 


All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 


564,807 01 










• 


26,500 00 
8,181 53 
2,012 19 


26,500 00 




57,281 32 
47,536 04 


65,462 85 


Actual cash on hand . 


49,548 23 








36,550 08 




36,550 08 










20,292 12 




20,292 12 








Totals - 


$1,227,223 21 

$150,000 00 
75,000 00 
36,159 82 


$1,287,181 29 

$50,000 00 
75,000 00 


$2,514,404 50 

$200,000 00 
150 000 00 


LlABIUTIES 


Surplus . 


All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid. . 


36,159 82 


Reserve for interest, taxes, etc 






Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 
rediscounts.. 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obliiations representing money borrowed, other 








Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 








Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 








Deposits due to banks 








Dividends unpaid 


56 00 
655,681 71 




56 00 


Individual deposits subject to check 




655,681 71 




1,042,893 45 


1,042,893 45 


Demand certificates of deposit . .... 


18,612 94 

167,784 23 

200 00 


18,612 94 


Time certificates of deposit 




167,784 23 


Certified checks 




200 00 


Cashiers' checks.. . 








123,728 51 


119,287 84 


243,016 35 






Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 
outstanding.. . 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 








Other liabilities 
















Totals 


$1,227,223 21 
$19,000 00 


$1,287,181 29 
$23,000 00 


$2,514,404 50 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 


$42,000 00 







26 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



THE BANK OF YOLO. WOODLAND 

Incorporated January 21 , 1883. 



91 



Officers — G. N. Merritt, President; E. B. Hayward, Vice President; J. A. Harby, Vice Presi- 
dent and Manager, Davis Branch; H. B. Crego, Cashier and Secretary; I. C. Eiers, F.. 
Fissell, B. E. Harby, F. S. Lawhead, Assistant Cashiers. 

Directors— J. D. Baird, J. E. Bandy, M. T. Emmert, J. A. Harby, %. B. Hayward, G. H. 
Hecke, T. R. Lowe, G. N. Merritt and C. T. Oeste. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 



Commercial 



Savings 



Combined 



Resources 

Loans and discounts, including rediscounts 

Bankers' acceptances, including rediscounts 

Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts. 

Overdrafts 

Customers* liability account acceptances 

Liability of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptances 

United States securities owned _ 

All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts. 
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 

Other real estate owned ■ 

Due from Federal Reserve Bank 

Due from other banks 

Actual cash on hand 

Exchanges for clearing house 

Checks and other cash items 

Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection 
Other resources 



$618,942 01 
'""Y,696"34 



$1,270,291 69 



$1,889,233 70 
l',096"34 



104,111 02 
71,629 13 



141,084 38 
303,430 59 



25,000 00 

26,485 16 

14,824 20 

6,769 51 

1,062 22 



25,511 86 

30,000 00 

4,335 28 

12,300 20 



141,084 38 

407,541 61 
71,629 13 
25,511 86 
55,000 00 
.30,820 44 
27,124 40 
6,769 51 
1,062 22 



1,937 51 



1,937 51 



Totals. 



Liabilities 

Capital paid in 

Surplus -- 

All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid 

Reserve for interest, taxes, etc 

Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 

rediscounts 

Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all oblisations representing money borrowed, other 

than rediscounts 

Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 

Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 

Bank _ 

Deposits due to banks 

Dividends unpaid 

Individual deposits subject to check 

Savings deposits. 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit 

Certified checks 

Cashiers ' checks 

State, county and municipal deposits 

United States and postalsavings deposits 

Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 

outstanding... 

Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 

of this bank, except those held by this bank 

Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 

exchange 

Other liabilities 



$871,857 10 



$200,000 00 
28,000 00 
14,391 96 



$1,786,954 00 



$130,000 00 
28,000 00 



$2,658,811 10 



$330,000 00 
56,000 00 
14,391 96 



88,000 00 



88,000 00 



13,200 00 
475,869 78 



5,176 29 
47,090 00 



1,628,696 50 



13,200 00 

475,869 7& 

1,628,696 50 

5,176 29 

47,090 00- 



129 07 



257 50 



386 57 



Totals. 



Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 



$871,857 10 



$6,700 00 



$1,786,954 00 



$11,000 00 



$2,658,811 10 
$17,700 GO 



Note. — The above statement includes the business of a branch office at Davis. 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



27 



GLENDORA BANK. GLENDORA 

Incorporated December 8, 1884. 



96 

J. W. 



Officers — W. D. Isenberg, President; J. W. Cullen, A. B. Venberg, Vice Presidents 

Isenberg, Cashier; W. H. Stone, Assistant Cashier. 
Directors — W. D. Isenberg, Mans Hopper, J. W. Cullen, H. H. Loose, L. G. Shelton, A. B 

Venberg, J. W. Isenberg. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


SaA-ings 


Combined 


Resources 
Loans and discounts, including rediscounts 


$160,366 45 


$80,601 35 


$240,967 80 


Bankers' acceptances, including rediscounts.. . . 




Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts 










795 90 




795 90 








Liability of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptances 










19,912 41 

112,170 50 
29,617 63 




19,912 41 


All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 
thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 


8,250 00 


120,420 50 
29,617 63 




1 00 


1 00 




500 00 
12,091 62 
10,762 20 


500 00 


Due from other banks _ . . . 


3,507 91 
3,878 08 


15,599 53 


Actual cash on hand 


14,640 28 




1,228 00 




1,228 00 










1 00 




1 00 








Totals 


$347,445 71 

$42,000 00 
5,500 00 
1,151 11 


$96,238 34 

$25,000 00 
3,000 00 
2,936 90 


$443,684 05 

$67,000 00 
8,500 00 
4,088 01 


LlABIUTIES 

Capital paid in 


Surplus 


All undivided profits, less expenses,interest and taxes paid. . 
Reserve for interest, taxes, etc 


Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 
rediscounts _. . _ 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 
than rediscounts . .. 








Liabilities forrediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 








Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 


23,000 00 




23 000 00 


Deposits due to banks 






Dividends unpaid 








Individual deposits subject to check .. 


141,254 43 




141 254 43 




69,864 22 


59,864 22 


Demand certificates of deposit 






Time certificates of deposit 


38,254 89 

46 55 

2,425 73 

93,800 00 


5,437 22 


43 692 11 


Certified checks 


46 55 


Cashiers' checks 




2,425 73 


State, county and municipal deposits 




93,800 00 


United States and postalsavings deposits 






Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 
outstanding _, 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 








Other liabilities.. 


13 00 




13 00 








Totals 


$347,445 71 
$3,000 00 


$96,238 34 
$1,400 00 


$443,684 05 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities . . 


$4,400 00 







28 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



SAN DIEGO TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK. SAN DIEGO 

Incorporated April IS, 1889. 



108 



Officers — M. T. Gilmore, President; J. W. Sefton, Jr., C. L. Reed, E. F. Farnsworth, D. N. 
Millan, Vice Presidents ; C. W. Wilson, Vice President and Cashier ; N. R. Morison, Vice 
President and Trust Officer; C. E. Cragin, J. A. Edelbrock, E. D. Clapp, G. P. Swennes, 
Assistant Cashiers; C. S. Morgan, M. G. Richardson, B. S. Chase, Assistant Trust Officers; 
A. C. Wells, Manager, Bond Department. 

Directors — W. M. Grouse, A. A. Frost, P. L. Gildred, M. T. Gilmore, T. C. Hammond, M. F. 
Heller, Hal Hotchkiss, N. R. Morison, Nat Rogan, J. W. Sefton, Jr., F. W. Stearns, 
C. W. Wilson. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Court 

Trusts 


Private 
Trusts 


Combined 


Resouhces 
Loans and discounts, including 


$2,506,077 31 


$7,122,828 87 
207,924 19 


$50,000 00 


$50,000 00 


$9,728,906 18 


Bankers' acceptances, including 


207,924 19 


Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, 












22 41 








22 41 


Customers' liability account 








,-A 


Liability of foreign banks and 
bankers on account of accept- 














15,049 55 
446,669 15 


272,000 00 

1,444,370 93 
396,560 70 






287,049 55 


All other bonds, warrants and 
securities, including premium 
thereon, less all offsetting 
bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fix- 






1,891,040 08 






396,560 70 














75,000 00 

304,966 18 

103,432 69 

59,451 06 

56,250 48 








75,000 00 




401,025 54 

256,010 54 

10,245 99 

6,225 61 


3,287 67 
50 00 


3,849 79 
50 00 


713,129 18 


Actual cash on hand 


369,543 23 




69,697 05 








62,476 09 


Items with Federal Reserve 
Bank in process of collection. 












2,367 39 


1,699 00 


4,066 39 




29,639 24 


1,586 44 


31,225 68 










Totals 


$3,596,558 07 

$200,000 00 
300,000 00 


$10,118,778 81 

$200,000 00 
200,000 00 


$55,705 06 
$50,000 00 


$55,598 79 
$50,000 00 


$13,826,640 73 


LiABiLirrES 
Capital paid in 


$500,000 00 




500,000 00 


Amount segregated for protec- 
tion of court and private 








All undivided profits, less ex- 
'• penses, interest and taxes paid 


113,011 35 


158,409 24 
1,586 03 


705 06 


598 79 


272,724 44 
1,586 03 


Bills payable with Federal 
Reserve Bank other than 
rediscounts 










Bills payable other than with 
Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing al 1 obi igations representing 
money borrowed, other than 












Liabilities for rediscounts with 
Federal Reserve Bank 












Liabilities for rediscounts other 
than with Federal Reserve 
Bank... . 












Deposits due to banks . 














12.500 GO 
2,805.760 66 








12,500 00 


Individual deposits subject to 
check . 








2,805,760 66 




8.630,914 35 






8,630,914 35 












Time certificates of deposit 




490,930 99 






490,930 99 


Certified checks 


1,284 08 
48,605 37 

100,000 00 






1,284 08 


Cashiers' checks 








48,605 37 


State, county and municipal 
deposits 


400,000 00 






500,000 00 











REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 29 

THE SAN DIEGO TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK. SAN DIEGO— Continued 





Commercial 


Savings 


Court 
Trusts 


Private 
Trusts 


Combined 


Liabilities — Continued 

United States and postal savings 

deposits 












Letters of credit and travelers' 
checks sold for cash and now 


$775 00 








$775 00 


Acceptances executed by or for 
account of or under guarantee 
of this bank, except those 
held by this bank . . . 










Liability account acceptances 
executed to furnish dollar 












Deposits of money received 
from executors, administra- 
tors, guardian?, assignees, 


















$5,000 00 


$5,000 00 


10,000 00 




14,621 61 


;$36,938 20 


51,559 81 










Totals 


$3,596,558 07 
$1,000 00 


$10,118,778 81 
$7,500 00 


$55,705 06 


$55,598 79 


$13,826,640 73 


Interest earned but not col- 
lected not included in re- 


$8,500 00 











Trust Resources 


Court Trusts 


Trust Liabilities 


Court Trusts 


Personal assets received from executors, 
administrators, guardians, assignees. 




Personal assets received from executors, 
administrators, guardians, assignees. 




Trust i nve^tments, personal property... 

Trust investments, real property 

Due from banks 


$291,867 33 
163,356 84 
44,056 13 


Trusts held in capacity of executor, 
administrator, guardian, assignee, 
receiver or trustee _ 

Private trusts, specially designated and 
construed as court trusts, under 


$499,280 30 














Total 




Total 


$499,280 30 


$499,280 30 



30 



REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



PLACER COUNTY BANK. AUBURN 

Incorporated October 5, 1887. 



111 



Officers — Alden Anderson, President; Geo. McAulay, A. H. Schnabel, Vice Presidents; H. S. 

Clegg, Secretary-Treasurer and Cashier; !K. S. Birdsall, A. F. Sandrock, Assistant Cashiers. 
Directors — Alden Anderson, Geo. McAulay, A. H. Schnabel, Joseph Johnson, H. E. Butler, 

F. S. Stevens, E. S. Birdsall. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 



Commercial 



Savings 



Combined 



Resources 

Loans and discounts , including rediscounts 

Bankers ' acceptances, including rediscounts. 

Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts 

Overdrafts 

Customers' liability account acceptances 

Liability of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptances 

United States securities owned . - - 

All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 

Other real estate owned 

Due from Federal Reserve Bank 

Due from other banks 

Actual cash on hand 

Exchanges for clearing house 

Checks and other casli items 

Jtems with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection... 
Other resources 



$393,283 91 
398"45 



$627,486 93 



$1,020,770 84 



398 45 



25,000 00 

39,651 78 
19,267 82 
38,083 27 



88,776 32 



490,623 88 
60,000 00 



113,776 32 

530,275 66 

79,267 82 

38,083 27 



84,777 77 
57,504 03 



67,185 66 
33,673 54 



151,963 43 
91,177 57 



6,270 61 
4', 290 ' 03 



6,270 61 
4',290"03 



Totals. 



Liabilities 

Capital paid in 

Surplus 

All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid.. 

Reserve for interest, taxes, etc 

Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 

rediscounts 

Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obUgations representing money borrowed, other 

than rediscounts 

Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 

Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 

Bank... _... 

Deposits due to banks 

Dividends unpaid __ 

Individual deposits subject to check. 

Savings deposits _. 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit 

Certified checks 

Cashiers' checks 

State, county and municipal deposits 

United States and postal savings deposits 

Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 

outstanding 

Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 

of this bank , except those held by this bank 

LiabiUty account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 

exchange _ _ 

Other liabiUties _ 



5,527 67 



$95,000 00 
22,000 00 
17,715 22 



$1,367,746 33 



$90,000 00 
45,000 00 



$2,036,274 00 



$185,000 00 
67,000 00 
17,715 22 



412,580 24 



1,228,883 58 



106 74 



10 00 
79,968 76 
41,146 71 



3,862 75 



412,580 24 

1,228,883 .58 

106 74 

3,862 75 

10 00 

79,968 76 

41,146 71 



Totals. 



$2,036,274 00 



Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 



Note. — The above statement includes the business of a branch office at Newcastle. 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



31 



PAJARO VALLEY SAVINGS BANK. WATSONVILLE 

Incorporated July 18, 1888. 



116 



Officers — C. A. Palmtag, President; John E). Porter, Vice President; L. H. Lopes, Cashier; 

J. S. Dondero and H. V. Kadderly, Assistant Cashiers. 
Directors — C. A. Palmtag:, John E. Porter, A. R. Wilson, T. E. Trafton, E. P. Pfingst, 

Frank Rodgers, W. N. Gumming-. 



STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 






Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 




$1,542,516 S3 
50,446 36 
15,000 00 
















Overdrafts .. 














Liability of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptances 
















All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 




222,441 16 
46,552 78 
84,705 46 
















Due from Federal Reserve Bank . 










126,306 86 
75,703 72 




















21 00 


























Total 




$2,163,694 17 

$70,000 00 

92,500 00 

16,406 11 

1,421 23 




Liabilities 
Capital paidin ... .. 






Surplus _ _ _ _. 






All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid _ 






Reserve for interest, taxes, etc.. . . __ _ 






Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 
rediscounts.. __ 






Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 
than rediscounts _._ 








Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 








Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 








Deposits due to banks __ ._ 








Dividends unpaid _ ... 




1,897 19 




Individualdepositssubject to check. *. _ _ 






Sa\nngs deposits ._ 




1,979,769 64 




Demand certificates of deposit 






Time ce'tificates of deposit... ... ___ 




1,700 00 




Certified checks. 






Cashiers ' checks . 








State, county and municipal deposits 
















Letters of c-edit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 
outstanding __ __ 








\' ceptanccs executed by or for account of or under guarantee 
of this b.^nk, except those held bv this bank 








' lability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
exchange _,_ 








Other liabilities . 
















Total .. ' 




$2,163,694 17 
.$6,750 00 




Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabiliti.-s ... 













32 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



DECKER- JEWETT BANK. MARYSVILLE 

Incorporated November 12, 1888. 



122 



Officers — Peter F. Kelly, President; H. B. P. Garden, Vice President, Cashier and Treasurer; 

G. W. Brodahl, Assistant Gasliier, J. F. Wheeler, Secretary. 
Directors— Peter F. Kelly, H. B. P. Garden, G. W. Brodahl, J. F. Wheeler. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 



Commercial 



Combined 



Resoitrces 

Loans and discounts, including rediscounts 

Bankers' acceptances, including rediscounts 

Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts 

Overdrafts. — -- — 

Customers' liability account acceptances 

Liability of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptances 

United States securities owned __ _ _ — 

All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 

Other real estate owned 

Duefrom Federal Reserve Bank 

Due from other banks 

Actual cash on hand 

Exchanges for clearing house 

Checks and other cash items. 

Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection.. . 
Other resources 



$938,216 16 



$534,139 56 



$1,472,355 72 



3,130 55 



3,130 5& 



130,220 62 

7,284 77 

21,564 63 

10,819 25 

50,864 71 

54,721 46 

8,008 84 



35,369 05 



193,265 62 
19,360 00 



19,000 00 

20,100 25 

6,676 45 



35,369 05 

323,486 24 
26,644 77 
21,564 63 
29,819 25 
70,964 96 
61,397 91 
8,008 84 



8,706 09 



8,706 09 



Totals, 



LUBILITIBS 

Capital paid in 

Surplus 

All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid- . 

Reserve for interest, taxes, etc 

Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 

rediscounts -. 

Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 

than rediscounts 

Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank _ _ 

Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 

Bank_ 

Deposits due to banks 

Dividends unpaid 

Individual deposits subject to check 

Savings deposits 

Demand ce'-tificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit 

Certified checks 

Cashiers' checks 

State, county and municipal deposits 

United States and postal savings deposits 

Lettcs of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 

outstanding... _ . _ 

Acceptances executed by or for account of or underguarantee 

of this bank, except those held by this bank 

Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 

exchange.- 

Other liabilities 



$1,233,537 08 

$120,000 00 
50,000 00 
11,598 60 



$827,910 93 



$30,000 00 
52,000 00 



$2,052,741 92 



$150,000 00 

102,000 00 

11,598 60 



145,000 00 



145,000 00 



478,464 82 



58,128 41 
267,801 70 



715,910 93 



478,464 82 

715,910 93 

58,128 41 

267,801 70 



2,543 55 
100,000 00 



30,000 00 



2,543 55 
130,000 00 



Totals. 



Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 



$1,233,537 08 
$13,000 00 



$827,910 93 
$10,000 00 



$2,061,448 01 
$23,000 00 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 33 

PACIFIC GROVE 



SECURITY STATE BANK OF PACIFIC GROVE 

Incorporated January 8, 1907. 

Officers — E. C. Smith, President; P. II. Smith, Vice President; A. O. Gates, Cashier. 
Directors— E. C. Smith, P. II. Smith, A. O. Gates. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 



124 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Rbsoitrces 
Loans and discounts, including rediscounts — -__ 


$66,153 16 


$150,361 10 


$216,514 26 












129 66 




129 66 








Liability of foreign banks and bankers* account of acceptances 








30,000 00 

173,425 88 
29,469 76 


20,000 00 
5,000 00 


50,000 00 


All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 


178,425 88 
29,469 76 


1,085 70 
3,615 00 
5,103 12 
4,868 14 


1,085 70 




6,605 00 
11,715 26 
4,039 34 
3,114 54 


10,220 00 




16,818 38 




8,907 48 




3,114 54 
































Totals 


$324,652 60 

$33,000 00 
12,500 00 


$190,033 06 

$17,000 00 
3,500 00 


$514,685 66 
$50 000 00 


Liabilities 




16,000 00 


All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid. . 


Reserve for interest, taxes, etc 








Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 
than rediscounts _ 








Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank - 








Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 
















Dividends unpaid 


2,000 00 
117,113 19 




2.000 00 






117,113 19 


Savings deposits _ _ 


169,533 06 


169,533 06 




17,846 42 


17,846 42 


Time certificates of deposit.- . 






Certified checks 


174 50 

207 30 

141,811 19 




174 50 


Cashiers' checks. _. __ ... ___ 




207 30 


State, county and municipal deposits 




141,811 19 


United States and postal savings deposits 






outstanding.. 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 
of this bank, except those held by this bank 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
exchange 








Other Habilities 
















Totals 


$324,652 60 
$900 00 


$190,033 06 
$1,500 00 


$514,685 66 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities- 


S2,400 00 







3— G9903 



34 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



BANK OF HUENEME. HUENEME 

Incorporated February 28, 1889. 



125 



Officers — E. O. Gerberding, President; Richard Bard, Vice President; E. O. Green, Cashier; 

Robert Nunn, Assistant Cashier. 
Directors — E. O. Gerberding, Richard Bard, Mary B. Bard, E. O. Green, H. G. Lyttle. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 


$39,607 58 


$123,301 39 


$162,908 97 
















265 13 




265 13 
























All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 


124.646 90 

31,798 54 

2,400 00 


21,262 94 


145,909 84 
31,798 54 




2,400 00 










26,035 68 
13,140 58 


5,037 66 
4,868 14 


31,073 34 


Actual cash on hand . 


18,008 72 








62 30 




62 30 
























Totals 


$237,956 71 

$40,000 00 

10,000 00 

6,850 83 


$154,470 13 

$10,000 00 
5,000 00 
1,058 36 


$392,426 84 

$50,000 00 

15,000 00 

7,909 19 


LUBILITIES 


Surplus 


All undivided profits,tess expenses, interest and taxes paid. . 
Reserve for interest, taxes, etc .-- 


Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 
rediscounts.. __ _. __ 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all ojlijations representing money borrowed, other 
than re iiscoun ts 








Liabilities for rediscount wi th Federal Reserve Bank 








Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 








Deposits due to banks 








Dividends unpaid _ ._ _ 








Individualdepositssubject to check . 


124,441 92 




124,441 92 
138,411 77 


Savings deposits.. .. 


138,411 77 


Demand certificates of deposit 




Time osrtificates of deposit ... 


1,592 26 




1,592 26 


Certified checks 




Cashiers 'checks. ... ... 


259 42 
54,675 28 




259 42 


State, county and municipal deposits . 




.54,675 28 


United States and postal savings deposits 






Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 
outstanding... 








Acceptances exec uted by or for account oforunder guarantee 
of this bank, except those held by this bank 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
exchange 








Other liabilities 


137 00 




137 00 








Totals 


$237,956 71 
$600 00 


$154,470 13 
$900 00 


$392,426 84 
$1 500 00 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
orliabilities 







REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



35 



THE BANK OF EUREKA. EUREKA 

Incorporated October 4. 1889. 



131 



Officers — C. H. Palmtag, President; Coll Deane, Vice President; C. F. Edson, Secretary, 
Cashier and Treasurer; J. E. Locke, E. A. Melanson, Assistant Cashiers. 

Directors — H. H. Bell, L. B. Campton, H. W. Cole, Coll Deane, George E. Hanson, J. M. 
Hutcheson, H. C. Nelson, C. H. Palmtag, R. D. Porter, N. Thogerse^n, W. J. Wrigley. 



STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 






Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 


$1,063,841 63 






















1,754 20 












Liability of foreign banks and bankers* account of acceptances 








50,000 00 

288,210 09 
29,000 00 






All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 
























438,837 99 
135,313 38 




















3,402 75 




























Total 


$2,010,360 04 

.$200,000 00 
200,000 00 
166,894 34 






Liabilities 
Capital paid in.. 












All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid. . 












Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 
rediscounts -..- ... 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 








Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 








Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 










43,688 91 

11,860 00 

1,252,741 97 
























Demand certificates of deposit . . _ 


13,455 .37 














1,355 52 

14,589 99 

105,773 94 


















United States and postal savings deposits . 






Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 
outstanding _ . 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 
of this bank, except those held by this bank 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
























Total-. 


$2,010,360 04 






Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 








.. .. ^ . _ 





36 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



THE SAVINGS BANK OF HUMBOLDT COUNTY. EUREKA 

Incorporated October 4, 1889. 



132 



Officers — C. H. Palmtag, President; Coll Deane, Vice President; C. F. Edson, Secretary and 
Treasurer; T. R. Dinsmore, Cashier; H. F. Madsen, S. F. Matthias, Assistant Cashiers. 

Directors— H. H. Bell, L. B. Campton, H. W. Cole, Coll Deane, George E. Hanson, J. M. 
Hutcheson, H. C. Nelson, C. H. Palmtag, R. D. Porter, N. Thogersen and W. J. Wrigley. 



STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 






Commereial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 




$1,833,377 81 


















Overdrafts 








Customers * liability account acceptances 




















167,500 GO 

2,421,387 25 

27,000 00 

3,180 00 




AH other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 




























156,915 80 
108.607 37 
















































Total 




$4,717,968 23 

$200,000 00 
200,000 00 
212,996 10 




Liabilities 
Capital paid in 






Surplus.. - . _ .. - 






All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid.. 






Reserve for interest, taxes, etc 






Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 
rediscounts 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 
than rediscounts . .... 








Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 








Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 








Deposits due to banks 








Dividends unpaid. 




8,838 00 




Individual deposits subject to check , . _ _ 










4,196,134 13 










Time certificates of deposit .. ... 








Certified checks.. . 








Cashiers' checks. 








State, county and municipal deposits 








United States and postal savings deposits 








Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 
outstanding 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
























Total 




$4,717,968 23 




Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 















REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



37 



SAN BERNARDINO VALLEY BANK. SAN BERNARDINO 

Incorporated December 2, 1889. 



134 



Officers — T. F. Brioady, President; J. E. Woods, Vice President; P. W. Buehler, Cashier; 

Paul V. Howell, John T. Ward, A. J. Weld, Assistant Cashiers, 
Directors — T. F. Brioady, W. M. Claypool, Ed. Cram, G. E. Atkins, J. E. Woods, B. H. 

Shock, Frank D. Keller, D. C. Russell, W. A. Hull, I. N. Gilbert, A. J. Weld. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 


$593,396 57 


$665,817 12 


$1,259,213 69 
















2 35 




2 35 




















8.112 89 

325,000 05 
76,647 71 


8,112 89 


All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 


243,995 70 

32,394 88 

4,927 45 


568,995 75 

109,042 59 

4,927 45 










157,279 55 
46,898 29 
28,858 01 


88,182 96 
27,227 34 


245,462 51 




74,125 63 




28,858 01 


















13,835 25 




13,835 25 








Totals . -- 


$1,121,588 05 

$100,000 00 

11,000 00 

3,082 69 


$1,190,988 07 

$75,000 00 
11,000 00 
4,412 15 


$2,312,576 12 

$175,000 00 

22,000 00 

7,494 84 


LlABlUTIES 




All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid. . 
Reserve for interest, taxes, etc 


Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 
rediscounts - 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 








Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 








Bank ____ 








Deposits due to banks 










92 00 
822,420 94 




92 00 






822,420 94 




818,726 96 


818,726 96 


Demand certificates of deposit 








26,551 46 

90 00 

35,945 91 

118,358 30 

4,046 75 


47,704 20 


74 255 66 




90 00 






35,945 91 




230,242 56 
2,737 56 


348,600 86 




6,784 31 


Letters of credit and travelers' cheeks sold for cash and now 
outstanding... 




Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 
of this bank , except those held by this bank 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
exchange. .... . .. 












1,164 64 


1,164 64 








Totals 


$1,121,588 05 
$3,461 47 


$1,190,988 07 
$3,883 93 


$2,312,576 12 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities ....... . . . 


$7,345 40 







Note. — The above statement includes the business of branch offices at Barstow and Needles. 



38 REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 

NORTHERN CALIFORNIA BANK OF SAVINGS. MARYSVILLE 

Incorporated December 7, 1889. 135 

Officers — Phebe M. Rideout, President; W. B. Swain, Vice President; S. J. Flanery, Secretary, 
Treasurer and Cashier; W. T. Cumisky, Assistant Secretary, Treasurer and Cashier. 

Directors— Phebe M. Rideout, W. B. Swain, Dunning Rideout, C. F. Aaron, H. J. Cheim, 
Fred Tarke, S. J. Flanery. 



STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 






Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 




$1,284,798 41 










Notes drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts 
















Customers' liability account acceptances 








Liability of foreign banks and cankers, account of acceptances 












305,155 32 

1,937,140 61 
58,170 00 
65,140 96 
50,010 50 
347,263 78 
37,046 10 
876 99 




All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 






Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 




















































2,895 26 










Total 




$4,088,497 93 

$170,000 00 
120,000 00 
276,982 50 




Liabilities 
Capital paid in_ . 






Surplus .- -- -- -- 






All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid. 






Reserve for i nterest, taxes, etc 






Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 
rediscounts.- . 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 
than rediscounts . . . . . . . . . 








Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank . 








Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
■ Bank 








Deposits due to banks .. . 








Dividends unpaid .. 




75,482 94 




Individual deposits subject to check 






Savings deposits. _ 




3,016,526 90 




Demand certificates of deposit . 






Time cctificates of deposit 




30,472 57 




Certified checks... ... . 






Cashiers' checks.. . 








State, county and municipal deposits . . 




95,446 56 
300,212 87 




United States and postal savings deposits 






Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 
outstanding 






Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 
of this bank, except those held by this bank 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
exchange . . . 








Other liabilities 




3,373 59 










Total 




$4,088,497 25 
$54,745 25 




Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 













REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



39 



EXCHANGE BANK. SANTA ROSA 

Incorporated April 3, 1890. 



138 



Officers— F. P. Doyle, President; J. W. Clark, J. R. Edwards, F. J. Pool, J. R. Williams, 
Vice Presidents; A. J. LeBaron, Cashier; W. T. Locke, C. W. Reinking, W. C. Watson, 
Assistant Cashiers. 

Directors — ^J. W. Clark, F. P. Doyle, J. R. Edwards, T. J. Hutchinson, F. J. McNamara, 
F. J. Pool. J. R. Williams. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 



Comraercial 



Savings 



Combined 



Resoubces 

Loans and discounts, including rediscounts 

Bankers' acceptances, including rediscounts 

Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts. 

Overdrafts 

Customers ' liability account acceptances 

Liability of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptances 

United States securities owned 

All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts. . 
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 

Other real estate owned 

Due from Federal Reserve Bank 

Due from other banks 

Actual cash on hand 

Exchanges for clearing house 

Checks and other cash items. 

Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection 
Other resources 



$856,457 85 



$1,654,320 32 



2,593 98 



Totals. 



Liabilities 

Capital paid in 

Surplus 

All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid. 

Reserve for interest, taxes, etc... 

Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 

rediscounts _--. 

Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obli!j;ations representing money borrowed, other 

than rediscounts 

Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 

Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 

Bank 

Deposits due to banks 

Dividends unpaid _ 

Individual deposits subject to check 

Savings deposits 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit 

Certified checks 

Cashiers' checks 

State, county and municipal deposits 

United States and postal savings deposits 

Letters cf credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 

outstanding ._ 

Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 

of this bank, except those held by this bank 

Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 

exchange 

Other liabilities 



20,520 39 

311,270 94 
38,629 24 
44,179 39 
15,000 00 

241,504 06 
50,971 49 
16,083 67 



17,736 48 



$1,614,947 49 



$150,000 00 

100,000 00 

42,372 76 



75,000 00 



174,929 16 



363,414 64 
146,981 31 



39.278 52 

55,518 45 

27,499 90 

239 00 



$2,462,181 30 



$50,000 00 
120,000 00 



$2,510,778 17 



2,593 98 



195,449 55 

674,685 58 
185,610 55 
44,179 39 
54,278 52 
297,022 51 
78,471 39 
16,322 67 



17,736 48 



$4,077,128 79 



$200,000 00 

220,000 00 

42,372 76 



75,000 00 



810,389 49 



2,003 00 
113,966 15 

6,593 69 

74,327 96 

240,000 00 



2,276,919 55 



15,261 75 



810,389 49 

2,276,919 55 

2,003 00 

113,966 15 

6,593 69 

74,327 96 

255,261 75 



294 44 



294 44 



Totab. 



Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 



$1,614,947 49 



$19,467 11 



$2,462,181 30 



$41,761 40 



$4,077,128 79 



$61,228 51 



Note. — The above statement includes the business of a branch office at Windsor. 



40 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



CITIZENS BANK. CORONA 

Incorporated November 5, 1890. 



148 



GiBcers- — T. C. Jameson, President; T. O. Andrews, Vice President; Geo. E. Snidecor, Cashier 

and Secretary; C. R. Emerson, E. D. Hicks, Assistant Cashiers. 
Directors — T. C. Jameson, T. O. Andrews, Geo. E. Snidecor, R. L. Willits, L. L. Andrews, 

Perle T. Glass, F. E. Snidecor. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 



Commercial 



Savings 



Combined 



Resources 

Loans and discounts, including rediscounts 

Bankers' acceptances, including rediscounts _ - 

Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts. 

Overdi'afts 

Customers' liability account acceptances — .' 

Liability of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptances 

United States securities owned 

All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts. 
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 

Other real estate owned - 

Due from Federal Reserve Bank 

Due from other banks 

Actual cash on hand — 

Exchanges for clearing house 

Checks and other cash items 

Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection 
Other resources 



$87,250 99 

2"87' 



),225 67 



301 75 



56,518 96 
1,100 00 



20,950 19 

10,651 48 

1,844 14 

18 25 



3,045 00 

95,640 00 

5,300 00 

1,400 00 

10,000 00 

17,799 70 

5,305 00 



208 69 
'"i4'29 



Totals - 



Liabilities 
Capital paid in - 

Surplus .. — - — 

All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid. . 

Reserve for interest, taxes, etc -- 

Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 

rediscounts 

Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obli^cations representing money borrowed, other 

than rediscounts 

Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 

Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 

Bank 

Deposits due to banks 

Dividends unpaid _ 

Individual deposits subject to check __ 

Savings deposits 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit 

Certified checks 

Cashiers' checks 

State, county and municipal deposits _ 

United States and postal savings deposits 

Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 

outstanding 

Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 

of this bank, except those held by this bank 

Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 

exchange _._ 

Other liabilities _ _ _ _ 



$178,638 63 



$15,000 00 
1,750 00 
1,532 41 



$607,938 35 



$35,000 00 

29,750 00 

3,104 67 



$556,476 66 



2 87 



3,346 75 

152,158 96 

6,400 00 

1,400 00 

10,000 00 

38,749 89 

15,956 48 

1,844 14 

226 94 



14 29 



$786,576 98 



$50,000 00 

31,500 00 

4,637 08 



108,112 39 



3,750 00 



460,253 25 
""8",826"00" 



2,941 41 
49,302 42 



67,260 43 



Totals. 



Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 



$178,638 63 



$800 00 



$607,938 35 
$4,692 00 



3,7.50 00 
108,112 39 
460,253 25 



8,820 00 



2,941 41 
116,562 85 



$786,576 9& 
$5,492 00 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



41 



BANK OF HAYWARDS. HAYWARD 

Incorporated February 26, 1891. 



153 



Otticers — I. B. Parsons, President; F. C. Winton, E. O. Webb, Vice Presidents; W. W. Haley, 
Secretary and Cashier ; H. Henningsen, Assistant Secretary and Assistant Cashier. 

Directors — I. B. Parsons, E. O. Webb, F. C. Winton, F. I. Lemos, J. H. Gansberger, W. H. 
Meek, Jacob Harder Jr., A. E. Manter, W. W. Haley. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Sa^angs 


Combined 


Rksoubces 


$526,256 89 


$1,603,218 77 


$2,129,475 66 
















471 06 




471 06 






Liability of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptances 

United St ite^ securities owned - - . 

All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 








56,088 17 
171,378 64 


48,397 68 

300,399 40 

105,015 36 

27,866 41 


104,485 85 

471,778 04 
105,015 36 




27,866 41 








Due from other banks 


71,057 05 
44,475 18 


76,484 05 
48,282 38 


147,541 10 
92,757 56 








6,541 29 




6,541 29 










1,756 26 




1,756 26 








Totals 


$878,024 54 

$80,000 00 
80,000 00 
20,071 75 


$2,209,664 05 

$120,000 00 
65,000 00 
20,812 93 


$3,087,688 59 

$200,000 00 

145,000 00 

40,884 68 


LUBIHTIES 




All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid. - 
Reserve for interest, taxes, etc _- -- 


Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 
reJiscounts, ___ _ - -- 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 
















Bank... 








Deposits due to banks.- . 










8,048 00 
584,833 21 




8,048 00 






584 833 21 




1,908,251 12 


1,908,251 12 
4,349 19 




4,349 19 
11,531 95 

3,437 80 

2,205 86 
80,593 10 

2,953 68 






11 531 95 


Certified checks. . . - 




3,437 80 

2,205 86 

175,593 10 

2,953 68 


Cashiers' checks 






95,000 00 




Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 














Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 








Other liabilities 




600 00 


600 00 










$878,024 54 
$1,100 00 


$2,209,664 05 
$3,100 00 


$3,087,688 59 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 


$4,200 00 







42 



EEPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



LOS NIETOS VALLEY BANK. DOWNEY 

Incorporated July 20, 1891. 



157 



Officers — W. C. Springer, President and Treasurer; Frank Burke, Hogan Willeford, Vice 
Presidents; M. H. Baker, Cashier and Secretary; R. G. Walling, Assistant Cashier and 
Assistant Secretary. 

Directors — W. C. Springer, M. H. Baker, Frank Burke, O. J. Rowley, Hogan Willeford, 
J. H. Ardes. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 



Commercial 



Savings 



Combined 



Resources 

Loans and discounts, including rediscounts 

Bankers' acceptances, including rediscounts 

Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts. 

Overdrafts 

Customers' liability account acceptances 

Liability of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptances 

United States securities owned _ — 

All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts. -. 
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 

Other real estate owned 

Due from Federal Reserve Bank 

Due from other banks 

Actual cash on hand 

Exchanges for clearing house 

Checks and other cash items 

Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection. 
Other resources. _ 



$438,496 24 
""r,487"30" 



$406,156 45 



$844,652 69 



1,487 30 



138,684 02 
46,950 00 



201,532 32 



340,216 34 
46,950 00 



31,420 41 
15,703 50 
12,443 26 



27,744 00 
32,098 21 



59,164 41 
47,801 71 
12,443 26 



127 44 



127 44 



Totals. 



Liabilities 

Capital paid in 

Surplus 

All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid 

Reserve for interest, taxes, etc 

Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 

rediscounts 

Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligitions representing money borrowed, other 

than rediscounts 

Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 

Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 

Bank 

Deposits due to banks 

Dividends unpaid 

Individual deposits subject to check 

Savings deposits 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit 

Certified checks 

Cashiers' checks 

State, county and municipal deposits 

United States and postal savings deposits 

Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 

outatanding 

Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 

of this bank, except those held by this bank 

Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 

exchange 

Other liabilities 



.,312 17 



$40,000 00 
25,000 00 
21,401 95 



$667,530 98 



$10,000 00 
51,000 00 



$1,352,843 15 



$50,000 00 
76,000 00 
21,401 95 



3,000 00 
480,350 08 



561,099 98 



3,000 00 
480,350 08 
561,099 98 



817 31 

14,742 83 

100,000 00 



20,431 00 

2¥,ooo'oo' 



20,431 00 

817 31 

14,742 83 

125,000 00 



Totals. 



Interest earned but Dot collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 



$685,312 17 
$2,000 00 



$667,530 98 
$2 500 00 



$1,352,843 15 
$4,500 00 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



43 



AZUSA VALLEY SAVINGS BANK. AZUSA 

Incorporated August 20, 1891. 



158 



Officers— J. B. Stair, President; W. W. Heth, E. H. Philleo, Vice Presidents; Wm. J. Holden, 

Cashier, I,. F. Anderson, Assistant Cashier. 
Directors— W. W. Heth, V. M. Greever, J. B. Stair, T. H. Knapp, M. T. Durrell, A. R. 

Powell, E. H. Philleo. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 



Commercial 



Savings 



Combined 



Resources 

Loans and discounts , including rediscounts 

Bankers' acceptances, including rediscounts..----- 

Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts. 

Overdrafts — 

Customers' liability account acceptances 

Liability of forei ;n banks and bankers' account of acceptances 

United States securities owned _- 

All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts-. 
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 

Other real estate owned _ 

Due from Federal Reserve Bank -- 

Due from other banks 

Actual cash on hand 

Exchanges for clearing house 

Checks and other cash items. --. 

Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection 
Other resources 



Total - 



Liabilities 

Capital paid in 

Surplus 

All undivided profits, less expenses interest and taxes paid. . 

Reserve for interest, taxes, etc 

Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 

rediscounts 

Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 

than rediscounts 

Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 

Liabi'ities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 

Bank 

Deposits due to banks 

Dividends unpaid 

Individual deposits subject to check 

Savings deposits _ 

Demand ce-tificates of deposit 

Time ce'tificates of deposit 

Certified checks 

Cashiers ' checks 

State, county and municipal deposits 

United States and postal savings deposits 

Letters of cedit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 

outstanding 

Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 

of this bank , except those held by this bank 

Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 

exchange 

Other liabilities _ 



$653,649 10 



227,834 00 

800 00 

7,440 72 

17,000 00 

76,749 33 

4,492 64 



$987,96.5 79 



$50,000 00 

32,000 00 

11,685 76 

861 45 



Total- 



Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 



4,000 00 
8l¥,4i8"58" 



75,000 00 



$987,965 79 
$5,000 00 



44 



REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



CENTRAL SAVINGS BANK OF OAKLAND. OAKLAND 

Incorporated September 8, 1891. 



159 



Officers — J. F. Carlston, President; T. A. Crellin, Claud Gatch, R. M. Fitzgerald, E. C. Peter- 
sen, Vice Presidents ; H. C. Sagehorn, Cashier ; Chas. D. Bowman, E. J. Guisto, W. R. 
Walker, M. R. Bronner, Assistant Cashiers. 

Directors — J. F. Carlston, T. A. Crellin, John P. Maxwell, Anson S. Blake, A. T. Ellis, Claud 
Gatch, W. G. Manuel, R. M. Fitzgerald, R. W. Kinney, Dr. O. D. Hamlin, J. B. 
Keating. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 


$212,902 91 


$24,836,861 45 


$25,049,764 36 








































3,834,359 86 

2,223,107 89 

2,434,195 78 

12,565 00 


3,834,359 86 


All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 
thereon, less al! offsetting bond adjustment accounts 


32,780 15 


2,255,888 04 
2,434,195 78 






12,565 00 










261,173 42 
24,820 31 


2,140,162 40 

505,286 01 

23,535 99 


2,401,335 82 




530,106 32 




23,535 99 
































Totals -. - 


$531,676 79 

$100,000 00 

50,000 00 

119,283 68 


$36,010,074 38 

$1,100,000 00 

1,600,000 00 

756,176 78 

33,953 30 


$36,541,751 17 

$1,200,000 00 

1,650,000 00 

875,460 46 

33,953 30 

t 


Liabilities 
Capital paid in 


Surplus . . 


All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid. . 
Reserve for interest, taxes, etc 


Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 
rediscounts ___ _ -. 




Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 
than rediscounts _.. 








Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 








Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 








Deposits due to banks 




12,750 65 
48,000 00 


12,750 65 


Dividends unpaid __ ._ 




48,000 00 




262,158 40 


262,158 40 


Savings deposits ... .. . 


30,737,076 56 


30,737,076 56 


Demand certificates of deposit 






Time certificates of deposit 




107,433 54 


107,433 54 


Certified checks . 


234 71 


234 71 


Cashiers' checks . 






State, county and municipal deposits 




1,601,500 00 


1,601,500 00 


United States and postal savings deposits 






Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 
outstanding _ _ 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 
of this bank, except those held by this bank 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
exchange. 








Other liabilities. 




13,183 55 


13,183 55 








Totals 


$531,676 79 


$36,010,074 38 


$36,541,751 17 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 













Note. — The above statement includes the business of branch offices at Oakland. 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



45 



YOLO COUNTY SAVINGS BANK. WOODLAND 

Incorporated December 9, 1891. 



163 



Officers — Elmer W. Armfield, President; L. H. Stephens, J. I. McConnell, P. T. Laugenour, 
Vice Presidents ; H. D. Porter, Cashier ; E. C. Cooper, Assistant Cashier. 

Directors — Elmer W. Armfield, John L. Stephens, P. N. Ashley, Wm. Dahler, P. T. Laugenour, 
J. I. McConnell, J. D. Stephens, J. R. Griffin, L. H. Stephens. 



STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 






Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 




$2,168,210 52 


































Liability of forei<;n banks and bankers' account of acceptances 












_ 

247,299 80 

190,684 27 
50,274 56 
60,154 32 
50,000 00 
72,. 329 71 
18,669 84 




All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 














































146 25 


























Total 




$2,857,769 27 

$200,000 00 

50,000 00 

123,318 48 




LlABIUTIES 

Capital paid in. 






Surplus -. 






All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid.. 






Reserve for interest, taxes , etc.. - 






Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 
rediscounts 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 
than rediscounts 








Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank . _ 








Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 








Deposits due to banks . . ._ 








Dividends unpaid 
















Savings deposits - . 




2,379,397 79 




Demand certificates of deposit. .. 










5,053 00 




Certified checks 






Cashiers' checks.. .- ... . ..- 












100,000 00 




United States and postal savings deposits. 






Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 
outstanding. 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 








Other liabilities 
















Total - 




$2,857,769 27 
$04,497 00 




Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 













46 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 
PEOPLES SAVINGS BANK. SANTA CRUZ 

Incorporated April 26, 1892. 



175 



Officers— Dr. P. T. Phillips, President; C. E. Towne, J. H. Garrett, Vice Presidents; L. F. 

Hinds, Cashier; A. H. Wright, A. J. Thorp, Assistant Cashiers. 
Directors— Dr. P. T. Phillips, W. O. Kerrick, C. E. Towne, J. H. Hauschildt, J. O. Riordan, 

J. H. Garrett, L. F. Hinds. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 



Commercial 



Savings 



Combined 



Resources 

Loans and discounts, including rediscounts 

Bankers' acceptances, including rediscounts.. . 

Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts- 
Overdrafts --- 

Customers' liability account acceptances 

Liability of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptances 

United States securities owned _ — 

All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts. 
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 

Other real estate owned 

Due from Federal Reserve Bank 

Due from other banks 

Actual cash on hand 

Exchanges for clearing house 

Checks and other cash items. _. ... 

Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection 
Other resources 



Total. 



Liabilities 

Capital paid in 

Surplus ---- 

All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid. . 

Reserve for interest, taxes, etc 

Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 

rediscounts . 

Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 

than rediscounts 

Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 

Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 

Bank 

Deposits due to banks 

Dividends unpaid 

Individual deposits subject to check. 

Savings deposits 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit 

Certified checks 

Cashiers' checks 

State, county and municipal deposits 

United States and postal savings deposits.. 

Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 

outstanding. 

Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 

of this bank, except those held by this bank 

Liaoility account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 

exchange 

Other liabil ities 



$1,065,458 93 



10,000 00 

251,641 32 

48,500 00 

7,091 07 



57,566 68 
37,574 85 



1,527 28 



$1,479,360 13 



$100,000 00 
50,000 00 
20,121 32 



Total. 



Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 



5,015 00 
"l,277,24i"3i' 



1,982 50 
25',000'00' 



$1,479,360 13 



$15,000 00 



REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



47 



BANK OF OROVILLE. OROVILLE 

Incorporated June 28, 1892. 



177 



"Officers — W. W. Gingles, President; C. W. Putnam, Vice President and Cashier; R. G. 
Stapleton, R. N. Hellmann, E. J. Leggett, Assistant Cashiers and Assistant Secretary- 
Treasurer. 

Directors — W. W. Gingles, C. W. Putnam, Carleton Gray, F. B. Wagner, E. F. Mitchell. 



STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 






Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resotjrces 




$664,804 32 














































130,839 40 
33,979 89 




All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 






Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 








10,500 00 














95,221 71 
22,000 00 




































5,484 41 










Total 




$962,829 73 

$30,000 00 

54,000 00 

5,280 19 




LlABILITIBS 

Capital paid in 






Surplus 






All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid 






Reserve for interest, taxes, etc.— 






Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 
rediscounts 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 
than rediscounts . _.- _ ._ _ 








Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank, 








Liabilities for rediscounts other than vrith Federal Reserve 
Bank 








Deposits due to banks .. 












3,500 00 




Individual deposits subject to check 






Savings deposits... .. . 




828,693 52 




Demand certificates tf deposit .. 






Time certificates cf deposit 








Certified checks 








Cashiers' checks ... 








State, county and municipal depasits 




40,000 00 




United States and postal savings deposits 






Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 
outstanding... 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 
of this bank , except those held by this bank 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
exchange 








Other liabilities.- . 




1,356 02 










Total 




$962,829 73 
$8,434 00 




Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 













48 



KEPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



BANK OF TEHACHAPI. TEHACHAPI 

Incorporated September 16, 1892. 



178 



Officers — Phil Marx, President; Albert Ancker, Vice President; W. R. Powers, Cashier; 

Madaline Capdeville, Assistant Cashier. 
Directors — Phil Marx, Albert Ancker, R. B. Freeman, G. Koutroulis, W. R. Powers. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 


$101,656 51 


$93,623 91 


$195 280 42 






Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts 








Overdrafts 


388 70 




388 70 


















755 13 

95,709 84 
5,000 00 
1,950 00 


651 37 
29,248 27 


1,406 50 


All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 
thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 


124,958 11 
5 000 00 






1,950 00 




3,000 00 
8,109 42 


3,000 00 


Due from other banks 


65,018 73 
15,748 56 


73,128 15 




15,748 56 










240 38 




240 38 
























Totals. . 


$286,467 85 

$25,000 00 

25,000 00 

5,228 11 


$134,632 97 

$10,000 00 
2,500 00 


$421,100 82 

$35,000 00 

27,500 00 

5,228 11 


LUBILITIES 

Capital paid in ..- 


Surplus . 


All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid_ 


Reserve for interest, taxes, etc. _ _ - 






Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank other than 
rediscounts __. . _ 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 
than rediscounts- .. -- 
















Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank _.__ ..._ 








Deposits due to banks __- .. 








Dividends unpaid . 


2,500 00 
167,725 76 


"mas^'g?" 


2,500 00 




167,725 76 


Savings deposits . 


122,132 97 




600 00 
2,697 75 


600 00 


Time certificates of deposit --- 


2,697 75 


Certified checks 






Cashiers' checks _ 


13,309 27 
43,542 45 




13,309 27 


State, county and municipal deposits 




43,542 45 








Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 
outstanding . 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
exchange.. .. 








Other liabilities 


864 51 




864 51 








Totals... 


$286,467 85 
$825 00 


$134,632 97 
$6.50 00 


$421,100 82 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 


$1,475 00 







REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



49 



BANK OF LASSEN COUNTY. SUSANVILLE 

Incorporated October 29, 1892. 



181 



Officers — F. E. Humphrey, President; Jno. B. Spalding, C. B. Clark, Vice Presidents; C. H. 

Brideres. Vice President and Cashier; N. G. Mathews, Secretary and Assistant Cashier; 

C. M. Hall, Assistant Cashier. 
Directors — F. E. Humphrey, C. B. Clark, Jno. B. Spalding, C. H. Bridges, P. J. Goumaz, 

J. M. Doyle, N. G. Mathews. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29j 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 
Loans and discounts, including rediscounts 


$391,542 13 


$519,370 84 


$910,912 97 












721 73 




721 73 








Liabi.ity of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptances 








14,269 37 

111,289 46 
28,465 50 


39,943 33 

386,744 93 
22,364 44 
36,643 73 
19.9.57 72 
45,499 65 
2,000 00 


.54,212 70 


All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 


498,0.34 39 
50,829 94 
36,643 73 






19,957 72 




69,109 19 

43,068 36 

6,852 99 

8,383 87 


114,608 84 




45,068 36 




6,8.52 99 






8,383 87 
























Totals 


$673,702 60 

$110,000 00 

40,600 00 

5,855 08 


$1,072,524 64 
$90,000 00 


$1,746,227 24 

$200,000 00 
40,600 00 
17,712 72 


LUBIUTIES 




All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid. - 
Reserve for interest, taxes, etc. - 


11,857 64 


Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 
rediscounts ^ 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 
than rediscounts 








Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 








Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 








Deposits due to banks - 
















Individual deposits subject to check 


374,479 75 




374,479 75 




849,167 00 


849,167 00 




1,319 27 

75,905 27 

54 18 

10,878 08 

54,610 97 


1,319 27 
75,905 27 










54 18 






10,878 08 




121,500 00 


176,110 97 


United States and postal savings deposits,- . 




Lette-s of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 
outstanding 








.Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 
of this bank, except those held by this bank 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
























Totals 


$673,702 60 
$4,935 00 


$1,072,524 64 
$7,390 00 


$1,746,227 24 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 


$12,325 00 







4—69908 



50 



REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



FARMERS AND MECHANICS SAVINGS BANK OF OAKLAND. OAKLAND 

Incorporaterl November 12, 1892. 182 

Officers — Edson F. Adams, President; Geo. S. Meredith, Vice President; F. C. Martens, Vice 
President and Cashier; B. C. Read, John Campe, Assistant Cashiers. 

Directors — Edson F. Adams, Chas. D. Bates, W. C. Jurgens, R. A. Leet, F. C. Martens, Geo. 
S. Meredith, A. G. Tasheira. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 



Commercial 



Sayings 



Combined 



Resources 

Loans and discounts, including rediscounts 

Bankers' acceptances, including rediscounts 

Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts- 
Overdrafts 

Customers' liability account acceptances 

Liability of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptances 

United States securities owned _ _ _ _. 

All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts. 
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 

Other real estate owned 

Due from Federal Reserve Bank 

Due from other banks 

Actual cash on hand 

Exchanges for clearing house 

Checks and other cash items 

Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection 
Other resources 



Total. 



Liabilities 

Capital paid in - 

Surplus -- 

All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid 

Reserve for interest, taxes, etc 

Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 

rediscounts 

Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ' 

ing all obh^ations representing money borrowed, other 

than rediscounts 

Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 

Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 

Bank 

Deposits due to banks - 

Dividends unpaid . 

Individual deposits subject to check 

Savings deposits _. 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit 

Certified checks ._ 

Cashiers' checks.. 

State, county and municipal deposits 

United States and postal savings deposits.. 

Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 

outstanding __ 

Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 

of this bank , except those held by this bank 

Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 

exchan ge 

Other liabilities 



$4,566,647 69 



627,078 13 

383,772 13 

207,856 81 

59,300 00 



372,439 01 

136,764 96 

13,359 45 

11,648 83 



$6,378,967 01 



$300,000 00 
100,000 00 
70,781 95 



Total. 



Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 



5,464,548 34 
'""iy,0,57"4i' 



1,579 31 



$6,378,967 01 
$13,779 55 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



51 



FERNDALE BANK. FERNDALE 

Incorporated February 17, 1893. 



184 



Officers — A. Putnam, President ; R. H. Smith, Vice President ; F. N. Rasmussen, Cashier, 

Secretary and Treasurer ; E. P. Calanchini, Assistant Cashier. 
Directors — A. Putnam, R. H. Smith, J. A. Shaw, R. H. Edwards, E. R. Lytcl, J. H. Ring, 

P. J. Petersen, Ph. Calanchini, F. N. Rasmussen. ' 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 - . 





Commercial 


S^-zities 


Combined 


Resources 
Loans and discounts .including rediscounts 


$293,690 05 


$383,550 t^C 


$677,240 05 












322 11 




322 11 




















28,725 00 

747,543 82 
10,000 00 


28,725 CO 


All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 
thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 


114,672 50 


862,216 32 
10,000 00 












27,. 500 00 

76,662 02 

5,892 78 


27,500 00 


Due from other banks 


136,881 70 
33,224 16 


213,543 72 




39,116 94 






































Totals.. 


$578,790 52 

$25,000 00 

100,000 00 

34,912 41 


$1,279,873 62 

$10,000 00 

100,000 00 

2,397 35 


$1,858,664 14 

$35,000 00 
200 000 00 


Liabilities 
Capital paid in 


Surplus .- .. .... 


All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid. . 
Reserve for interest, taxes, etc 


37,309 76 


Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 
rediscounts. .. 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 
than rediscounts 








Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 








Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank... 








Deposits due to banks 








Dividends unpaid. . 


5,208 00 
368,461 97 




5 208 00 


Individual deposits subject to check ._ 




368,461 97 
1,1.'^9,976 27 


Savings deposits .. _ 


1,139,976 27 


Demand certificates of deposit 






Time certificates of deposit _ 


6,250 00 




6,250 00 


Certified checks 






Cashiers' checks..- ._ 


3,9.58 14 
35,000 00 




3,958 14 
62, .500 00 


State, county and municipal deposits 


27,500 00 


United States and postal savings deposits 


Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 
outstanding... __ 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 
of this bank, except those held by this bank 








Liabi'ity account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
exchange,-. . 








Other liabilities .. ,. 
















Totals 


$578,790 52 
$5,125 00 


$1,279,873 62 
$6 712 00 


$1,858,664 14 
$11 837 00 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 









52 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



TRUST DEPARTMENT, TITLE INSURANCE AND TRUST COMPANY. 

LOS ANGELES 

Incoroorated December 22, 1893. 192 

Officers — William H. Allen, Jr., Presid>-ht ; Stuart O'Melveny, First Vice President ; M. S. Hell- 
man, H. W. O'Melveny, "L. J. Beynon, N. W. Thompson, E. L. Farmer, W. Herbert 
Allen, Jas. D. Forward,' \/; W. Powell, P. W. Clark, W. C. Davis, Vice Presidents ; O. P. 
Clark, Secretary and Treasurer ; Dean Hoover, P. J. Horsch, C. M. Sperry, J. Herbert John- 
son, Shreve Ballard. Pfirter Bruck, E. H. Moore, R. A. Brant, J. E. Mechem, Georges Gum- 
merson, Walter C- V/ells, George B. Steele, H. I. Chatfield, Edgar R. Robinson, R. J. Blair, 
F. G. Forward, H. C- Yates, L. J. Teale, A. C. Gates, Loring Whitaker, Merlin C. Wilson, 
George J. Tschui'ay, Chas. E. Johnson, Emerson L. Holt, Edgar R. Robinson, Assistant 
Secretaries; W. W. Powell, Trust Officer; T. A. Simpson, E. L. Clymer, R. R. Thompson, 
L. F. Sch?.»fpr, R. B. Merrill, H. C. Allen, Jr., Assistant Trust Officers; R. H. Spotts, 
Chief Cbun'jel ; O'Melveny, Tuller & Meyers, Consulting Counsel. 

Director— William H. Allen, Jr., H. W. O'Melveny, M. S. Hellman, O. P. Clark, Harold 
Bayfy H. M. Robinson, Wm. H. Burnham, Harry T. Bauer, Ben R. Meyer, F. G. 
Cruickshank, Stuart O'Melveny, Lee A. Phillips, E. J. Nolan, W. Herbert Allen, T. J. Brant, 
BJ. J. Connell, L. J. Beynon, A. M. Chaflfey, Morgan Adams, Victor H. Rossetti. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Court 
Trusts 


Private 
Trusts 


Combined 


RF-SOtlRCES 

Loans and discoants, including rediscounts 

United St ites securities owned 

All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 
theroon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 


$1,028,951 43 
167,248 95 

521,562 14 
105,653 02 


$212,000 ho 
5,102 44 

176,609 44 
26,288 12 


$1,240,951 43 
172,351 39 

698,171 .58 
131,941 14 








2,589 14 
153,725 88 




2,589 14 


Other resources 


5,000 00 


158,725 88 


Totals 

LlABaiTIES 

Capital - - 

Sirplus - - 


$1,979,730 56 

$300,000 00 

325.000 00 

1,254,069 80 

45,660 76 


$425,000 00 

$300,000 00 
125,000 00 


$2,404,730 56 

$600,000 00 

450,000 00 

l,2.i4,069 80 






45,660 76 


Deposits of money received from executors, administrators. 






Fund for advances to trusts. 


25,000 00 
30,0C0 00 




25,000 00 




30,000 00 








Totxls 


$1,979,730 58 


$425,000 00 


$2,404,730 56 



Trust Resources 


Court Trusts 


Trust Liabilities 


Court Trusts 


Persona' assets received from executors, 
administrators, guardians, assignees, 




Personal assets received from executors, 
administ-ators, guardians, assignees. 




Trust investments, personal property... 

Trusts investments, real property 

Due froT banks 


$37,209,377 21 

4,385,105 29 

328,.531 56 

5,226 05 

$41,928,240 11 


Trusts held in capacity of executor, 
administi-ator, guardian, assignee, 
receiver or trustee 

Private trusts, specially designated and 
construed as court trusts, under 
supervision _ 

Total. 


$12,410,341 26 


Cash on hand 






29,517,898 85 


Total 


$41,928,898 85 







REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



53 



TITLE GUARANTEE AND TRUST COMPANY. LOS ANGELES 

Incorporated October 28, 1895. 



200 



Officers— E. W. Sargent, A. F. Morlan, A. R. Killgore, E. W. L. Franklin, John F. Keogh, 
John T. Cooper, H. R. Kleinbach, Geo. A. Reimers, J. E. Rhind, Albert Schuck, R. A. 
Morlan, R. L. Sparks, Geo. B. Colby, C. T. Hurst, R. J. Richards, Case Bradford, W. W. 
Robinson, Eugene Mackin. 

Directors — E. W. Sargent. A. F. Morlan, A. R. Killgore, John F. Keogh, John T. Cooper. 
Geo. A. Reimers, J. E. Rhind, Albert Schuck, C. R. Bell, Irving H. Hellman, C. Sumner 
James, Marco H. Hellman, Louis M. Cole, Moye W. Stephens, Dave Smith. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Court 
Trusts 


Private 
Trusts 


Combined 


Rf,!?OnRCES 


$3,800 00 


$56,200 00 


$60,000 00 






.\11 other bonis, warrants and securities, including premium 
thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 


197,337 60 
6,112 40 


98,556 47 
48,362 67 


295,894 07 
54,475 07 






























Totals -- - - 


$207,250 00 

$125,000 00 
81,250 00 


$203,119 14 

$125,000 00 
31,250 00 
42,869 14 


$410,369 14 


Liabilities 
Capital - 


$250,000 00 




112,500 00 




42,869 14 








Deposits of money received from executors, administrators, 










1,000 00 


4,000 00 


5,000 00 














Totals 


$207,250 00 


$203,119 14 


$410,369 14 







Trust REsotmcEs 


Court Trusts 


Trust Liabilities 


Court Trusts 


Persons! assets received from executors, 
administrators, guardians, assignees, 
receivers or trustees 




Personal assets received from executors, 
administrators, guardians, assignees, 




Trust investments, personal property... 

Trust investments, real property 

Duefrom banks . . 


$2,410,094 69 

921,571 75 

75,896 03 


Trusts held in capacity of executor, 
admiiistrator, guardian, assignee, 
receiver or trustee 

Private trusts, specially designated and 
construed as court trusts, under 


$3,407,562 47 














Total 




Total 


$3,407,562 47 


$3,407,562 47 







54 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



BANK OF AMADOR COUNTY. JACKSON 

Incorporated November 23, 1896. 



202 



Officers — C. L. Culbert, President ; C. R. Downs and P. L. Cassinelli, Vice Presidents ; T. A. 

Hedgpeth, Cashier, Secretary and Treasurer; F. J. Payne, R. C. Merwin, J. E. McLaughlin, 

Assistant Cashiers. 
Directors — C. L. Culbert, G. E. Allen, C. R. Downs, P. L. Cassinelli, Ralph McGee, James 

Grillo, W. F. Detert, J. A. Chichizola, V. Brignole. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Sa\-ings 


Combined 


Resources 


$620,260 49 


$1,285,867 88 


$1,906,128 37 


Bankers' acceptances, including rediscounts 












35 22 




35 22 


Customerf' liability account acceptances 






Liabi ity of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptances 










8,437 50 

34,758 03 
2 00 


51,953 13 
487,198 52 


60,390 63 


All other bonds, war-ants and securities, including premium 
thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts. .- 


521,956 55 
2 00 




62,317 57 


62,317 57 


Due from Federal Reserve Bank 








314,763 23 
53,863 07 


5,033 70 
39,809 41 


319,796 93 




93,672 48 














Items with Federal Reserve Bank in {)rocess of collection 










4,307 32 




4,307 32 








Totals.- 


$1,036,426 86 

$80,000 00 

20,000 00 

1,667 17 


$1,932,180 21 

$45,000 00 
115,000 00 
190,458 70 


$2,968,607 07 

$125,000 00 
135,000 00 
192,125 87 


Liabilities 
Capital paid in 


All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid. . 
Reserve for interest, taxes, etc. 


Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 
rediscounts ... . 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obli nations representing money borrowed, other 
than rediscounts ... _ 








Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank. 








Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 








Deposits due to banks 


1,313 22 

140 00 

718,667 16 




1,313 22 


Dividends unpaid ._ 




140 00 


Individual deposits subject to check ... _ 




718 667 16 


Savings deposits . 


1,581,721 51 


1,581,721 51 
749 51 


Demand certificates of deposit 


749 51 
45,602 39 


Time ce'tificates of deposit ... 




45,602 ^9 


Certified checks 






Cashiers' checks .. ... ._ 








State, county and municipal deposits . . . ._ 


165,000 00 
3,287 41 




165,000 00 


United States and postal savings deposits 




3,287 41 


Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 
outstanding... 






Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 
of this bank, except those held by this bank. 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
exchange 








Other liabilities .. 
















Totals _ 


$1,036,426 86 
$1,000 00 


$1,932,180 21 
$4,000 00 


$2,968,607 07 
$5,000 00 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 





Note. — The above statement includes the business of branch offices at Sutter Creek, Amador 
City and Plymouth. 



REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 
UNION SAFE DEPOSIT BANK. STOCKTON 

Incorporated April 21, 1897. 



55 



203 



Officers — E. C. Stewart, President ; J. A. Plummer, Vice President ; C. E. Stewart, Cashier. 
Directors — E. C. Stewart, J. A. Plummer, C. E. Stewart, R. B. Haley, Geo. F. Hudson, J. L. 
Blossom, W. F. Sinclair, John W. Moore, Otto Von Detten, John A. Merz, Forrest Foote. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Court 
Trusts 


Private 
Trusts 


Combined 


Resources 
Loans and discounts, including 


$249,270 33 


$738,838 53 






$988 108 86 


Bankers' acceptances, including 








Notes, drnfts or bil Is of exchange 
























Customers' liability account 












Liability of foreign banks and 
bankers on account of accept- 














11,300 00 

216,657 59 
207,665 69 


50,887 41 

175,709 34 

125,000 00 
56,550 67 




$30,093 75 
19,522 45 


92,281 16 


All other bonds, warrants and 
securities, including premium 
thereon, less all offsetting 
bond adjustment accounts . . . 

Bank premises, furniture and fix- 
tures and safe deposit vaiilts. 


$50,000 00 


461,889 38 
332,665 69 






56,550 67 














261,624 35 

56,053 12 

15,762 16 

107 79 








261,624 35 




26,431 31 




383 80 


82,868 23 


Exchanges for cleiring house. . . 




15,762 16 








107 79 


Items with Federal Reserve 
Banlc in process of collection 












































Totals 


$1,018,441 03 

$110,000 00 
49,000 00 


$1,173,417 26 
$100,000 00 


$50,000 00 
$50,000 00 


$50,000 00 
$50,000 00 


$2,291,858 29 


Liabilities 


$310,000 00 


Surplus 


49,000 00 


Amount segregated for protec- 
tion of court and private 










All undivided profits, less ex- 
penses, interest and taxes paid 


3,708 81 








3,708 81 












Bills payable with Federal 
Reserve Bank other than 












Bills payable other than with 
Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing 
money borrowed, other than 












Liabilities for rediscounts with 












Liabilities for rediscounts other 
than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 


























10,500 00 
601,259 56 








10,500 00 


Individual deposits subject to 
check 








601,259 56 




958,417 26 






958,417 26 


Demand certificates of deposit.. 


48,702 68 






48,702 68 


Time certificates of deposit 










Certified checics 


30,478 98 
14,791 00 

150,000 00 








30,478 98 


Cashiers' checks. 








14,791 00 


State, county and municipal 
deposits 


115,000 00 






265,000 00 


United States and postalsavings 
deposits 








Letters of credit and travelers' 
checks sold for cash and now 
outstanding 













56 REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 

UNION SAFE DEPOSIT BANK. STOCKTON— Continued 





Commercial 


Savings 


Court 

Trusts 


Private 
Trusts 


Combined 


LuBiLiTiES— Continued 
Acceptances executed by or for 
account of or iinder guarantee 
of this bank, except those 












Liability account acceptances 
executed to furnish dollar 












Deposits of money received 
from executors, administra- 
tors, guardians, assignees. 
















































Totals 


$1,018,441 03 
$1,500 00 


$1,173,417 26 
$2,000 00 


$50,000 00 


$50,000 00 


$2,291,858 29 


Interest earned but not col- 
lected, not included in resourc- 


$3,500 00 











Note. — The above statement includes the business of a branch office at Lockeford. 






REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



57 



TUOLUMNE COUNTY BANK. SONORA 

Incorporated May 12, 1898. 



206 



Officers — George W. Johnson, President ; Charles H. SeKerptrom, Vice President and Cashier. 
Directors — George \V. Johnson, Garnet T. Barron, C. E. Shafer, Rowan Hardin, Charles H. 
Segerstrom, J. E. Baer, Saul Morris, W. E. Burden. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 



Commercial 



Combined 



Resources 

Loans and discounts, including rediscounts 

Bankers' acceptances, including rediscounts 

Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts 

Overdrafts - 

Customers' liability account acceptances. _ 

Liability of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptances 

United States securities owned .-.----. .- - - 

All other bonds, warrants and securities, including p'emium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 

Other real estate owned, _ _. - - 

Due from Fede-al Reserve Bank --- 

Due from other banks 

Actual cash on hand 

Exchanges for clearing house 

Checks and other cash items - 

Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection.. . 
Other resources -_ - 



Total. 



LlABILITIBS 

Capital paid in 

Surplus _- ---- 

All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid.. 

Reserve for interest, taxes, etc 

Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 

rediscounts 

Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 

in; all obligations representing money borrowed, other 

than rediscounts - 

Liabi'itie.? for rediscount with Fede'al Reserve Bank 

Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 

Bank -. 

Deposits due to banks 

Dividends unpaid — 

Individual deposits subject to check.. 

Saving's deposits 

Demand ce-tificates of deposit __ 

Time ce-tificatcs of deposit 

Certified checks 

Cashiers' checks -.- 

State, county and municipal deposits 

United States and postal savings deposits 

Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 

outstanding 

Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 

of this bank, except those held by this bank 

Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 

exchange 

Other liabilities 



$899,224 82 



46,550 00 
123,910 00 



15,000 00 



102,471 07 
27,213 27 



$1,214„369 16 



$75,000 00 

70,000 00 

4,289 03 



Total. 



3,750 00 
96Y,330"i3" 



100,000 00 



Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities __ 



$1,214,369 16 



$7,400 00 



58 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



TRINITY COUNTY BANK. WEAVERVILLE 

Incorporated September 13, 1900. 



216 



Officers — E. C. Edwards, President ; Herbert Gray, Vice President ; Van B. Young, Cashier. 
Directors — E. C. Edwards, Herbert Gray, M. E. Gray. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


RESOUrtCES 


$66,372 04 


$35,941 50 


$102,313 54 


Bankers' acceptances, incluiiing rediscounts - 




Notes, d'"aft3 or bills of exchange, including rediscounts 








Overdraft^ 


242 86 




242 86 








Liability of forei ;n banks and bankers' account of acceptances 












1,050 00 

• 14,500 00 
3,425 00 
4,701 00 


1,050 00 

114,101 96 

5,672 00 

12,903 88 


All other bonds, warrants and securities, includino; premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank p"eraises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 


99,601 96 
2,247 00 
8,202 88 








9,871 74 
14,553 35 




9 871 74 




1,212 60 


15,765 95 








231 02 




231 02 
























Totals 


$201,322 85 

$20,000 00 
3,250 00 
2,625 77 


$60,830 10 

$5,000 00 
3,000 00 


$262,152 95 

$25,000 00 
6,250 00 
2,625 77 


LUBILITIBS 




All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid- 


Reserve for interest, taxes, etc 






Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 
rediscounts --. . _- 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 
than rediscounts- . 








Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank ._ 








Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 








Deposits due to banks 








Dividends unpaid _ 








Individual deposits subject to check ._ 


134.480 83 




134,480 83 

42,830 10 

497 58 


Savings deposits .__ 


42,830 10 


Demand certificates of deposit 


497 58 


Time certificates of deposit 






Certified checks ._ 


85 00 




85 00 


Cashiers checks. - _ 








39,500 00 
859 70 


10,000 00 


49,500 00 
859 70 


United States and postal savine-s deposits 


Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 
outstanding _ _ 






Acceptances executed by or for accountof or under guarantee 
of this bank, except those held by this bank 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
exchange _. . . 








Other liabilities... 


23 97 




23 97 








Totals 


$201,322 85 
$1,000 00 


$60,830 10 
$500 00 


$262,152 95 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabi'ities 


$1,500 00 







REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



59 



COVINA VALLEY SAVINGS BANK. COVINA 

Incorporated April 1, 1901. 



220 



Officers — W. M. Griswold, President; M. Leonhardt, Vice President; J. D. Coles, Cashier; 

M. J.-ucile Gloeere, Assistant Cashier. 
Directors — F. P. Baldosser, J. R. Elliott, W. M. Griswold, H. M. Houser, J. O. Houser, 

C. T. Hurst, M. Leonhardt. 



STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 






Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 




$620,487 67 


































Liability of forei 511 banks and bankers' account of acceptances 










67,414 06 
184,859 59 




All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 






Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 
























87,113 59 
20,766 02 
















































Total 




$980,640 93 

$50,000 00 

52,500 00 

5,322 13 




Liabilities 






Surplus - -- 






All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid. . 












Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing ail obligations representing money borrowed, other 








Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank. . 








Bank_ . 
















Dividends unpaid . - . - - 




2,500 00 










Sa vin;;s deposits .- - . - - 




800,728 06 




Demand certificates of deposit _, - 










25,390 74 




Certified checks . 






Cashiers' checks - 












15,000 00 




United States and postal savinE!;s deposits -. _._ _ 






Lette-s of cedit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 
outstanding , . .__ . 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 
of this bank, except those held by this bank 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
exchange 








Other liabilities . 




29,200 00 










Total 




$980,640 93 
$6,500 00 




Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 













60 



EEPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS 



FIRST TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK OF PASADENA. PASADENA 

Incorporated September 14, 1901. 226 

Officers — J. S. Macdonnell, President; H. I. Stuart, Chairman of the Board; W. D. Lacey, 
Vice President and Chief Trust Officer; G. R. McComb, Vice President, Treasurer and 
Secretary ; J. E. Whitehouse, J. D. Mackerras, John McDonald, H. C. Hotaling, C. Z. 
Jackson, Vice Presidents ; Robert C. Wente, R. D. Wilfong, Paul Washburn, Roger M. 
Bone, Vice Presidents, Cashiers, Trust Officers ; H. A. Colyer, H. C. SchaflFer, R. H. White- 
house, O. H. Wynkoop, H. L. Margerun, Assistant Cashiers. 

Directors — F. G. Cruickshank, Stuart W. French, H. C. Hotaling, Nelson A. Howard, W. D. 
Lacey, W. L. Leishman, J. S. Macdonnell, F. H. Macpherson, F. C. E. Mattison, John 
McDonald, John McWilliarns, Jr., R. M. Modisette, Don C. Porter, Charles H. Prisk, 
Joseph F. Rhodes, T. W. Smith, C. B. Voorhis. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Court 

Trusts 


Private 
Trusts 


Combined 


Resources 
Loans and discounts, including 


SI, 133, 253 66 


$8,129,993 89 


$4,750 00 




$9,267,997 55 


Bankers' acceptances, including 






Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, 
including rediscountb- 














221 50 








221 50 


Customers' liability account 










Liability of foreign banks and 
bankers on account of accept- 
















153,985 93 

2,298,435 63 

224,169 12 
60,060 84 






153,985 93 


All other bonds, warrants and 
securities, including premium 
thereon, less all offsetting 
bond adjustment accounts. - . 

Bank premises, furniture and fix- 


1,550,127 34 


324,775 00 


$121,697 50 


4,295,035 47 
224,169 12 




34,375 01 






94,435 85 


Due from Federal Reserve Bank 










359,652 53 

123,029 88 

78,215 40 

6,584 41 


84,768 22 

226,477 54 

10,428 23 

237 25 


16,514 53 


16,120 55 
100 00 


477,055 83 


Actual cash on hi.nd . 


349,607 42 






88,643 63 








6,821 66 


Items with Federal Reserve 














6,325 50 


47,257 84 


53,583 34 




10,096 35 


11,769 33 


21,865 68 










Totals - 


83.295,556 08 

$100,000 00 
150,000 00 


$11,200,.325 98 

$600,000 00 
550,000 00 


$352,365 03 

$200,000 00 
120,000 00 


$185,175 89 

$100,000 00 
5,000 00 


$15,033,422 9S 


Liabilities 


$1,000,000 00 




825,000 00 


Amount segregated for protec- 
tion of court and private 
trusts, national banks only - 




All undivided profits, less ex- 
penses, interest and taxes paid 


46,893 04 


127,452 04 
3,023 47 


24,865 03 


30,175 89 


229.386 00 
3,023 47 


Bills payable with Federal 
Reserve Bank other than 










Bills payable other thai) with 
Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing allobligationsreprcsenting 
money borrowed, other than 
rediscounts -. 


400,000 00 








400,000 00 


Liabilities for rediscounts with 










Liabilities for rediscounts other 
than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 




























50.000 55 






50,000 00 


Individual deposits subject to 


1.891,078 34 






1,891,078 34 




8,297,488 82 






8,297,488 82 


Demand certificat'M of deposit.. 


105 00 






105 00 


Time certificates of deposit 


740.260 77 






740,260 77 


Certified checks 


670 72 
47.496 94 






670 72 


Cashiers' chpckfl 








47,496 94 



REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 61 

FIRST TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK OF PASADENA. PASADENA— Continued 





Commercial 


Savings 


Court 
Trusts 


Private 
Trusts 


Combined 


Liabilities — Continupci 
State, county and municipal 


$657,758 66 


$800,000 00 






$1,457,758 66 


United States and postal savings 








Letters of credit and travelers' 
checks sold for cash and now 












Acceptances executed by or for 
account of or under guarantee 
of this bank, except those 












Liability account acceptances 
executed to furnish dollar 












Deposits of money received 
from executors, administra- 
tors, guardians, assignees, 


















$7,500 56 


$50,000 00 


57,500 00 




1,553 38 


32,100 88 


33,654 26 










Totals-.-. 


$3,295,556 08 
$11,600 00 


$11,200,325 98 
$129,700 00 


$352,365 03 
$85 00 


$185,175 89 


$15,033,422 98 


Interest earned but not col- 
lected, not included in re- 


$141,385 00 









Trust Resources 


Court Trusts 


Trust Liabilities 


Court Trusts 


Pe"Sonal assets received from executors, 
admiibtrators, guardians, assignees. 




Personal assets received from executors, 
admi- istrators, guardians, assignees. 




Trust i-ivestments, personal property--- 
Trust i avestments, real property 


$4,881,151 19 

1,044,065 42 

265,132 41 


Trusts held in capacitv of executor, 
admi -istra tor, guardian, assignee, 
receiver or trustee 

Private trusts, specially desi^inated and 
construed as court trusts, under 


$6,190,349 02 














Total ..-- 




TotaL-.- 


$6,190,349 02 


$6,190,349 02 



Note. — The above statement includes the business of branch offices at 85 East Colorado street 
and 305 East Colorado street. 



62 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



SCOTTJVALLEY BANK. FORT JONES 

Incorporated February 4, 1902. 



230 



Officers — M. C. Beem, President; Geo. Wm. Smith, Vice President; W. T. Young, Secretary; 

R. A. Walker, Cashier; H. A. Green, Assistant Branch Manager. 
Directors — M. C. Beem, Geo. Wm. Smith, E. F. Reichman, Chas. H. Green, W. T. Young. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 



Commercial 



Savings 



Combined 



Resources 

Loans and discounts, includins rediscounts — 

Bankers' acceptances, including reiiscounts 

Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts. 

ve-drafts -- 

Customers' liability account acceptances 

Liability of foreign banks and bankers* account of acceptances 

United States securities owned _ _ 

All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furnitureand fixtures and safe deposit vaults 

Other real estate owned.. 

Due from Federal Reserve Bank. 

Due from other banks 

Actual cash on hand 

Exchanges for clearing house 

Checks and other cash items .-- 

Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection 
Other resources 



$481,217 00 



$409,092 00 



$890,309 00 



5,093 53 



5,093 53 



10,000 00 
77,700 00 



15,365 00 
55,918 00 



35,300 46 
38,219 80 



30,028 76 
11,972 59 



483 10 

Yo'iss'so' 



Totals - 



LlABIUTIES 

Capital paid in 

Surplus 

All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid. 

Reserve for interest, taxes, etc ._ 

Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 

rediscounts _ -_- 

Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ 

ing all obligations representing money borrowed, ether 

than rediscounts -- 

Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank _, 

Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 

Bank. 

Deposits due to banks 

Dividends unpaid _ 

Individual deposits subject to check 

Savings deposits 

Demand certificates of deposit _ 

Time certificates of deposit 

Certified cheeks - 

Cashiers' checks 

State, county and municipal deposits _. 

United States and postal savings deposits 

Letters of cedit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 

outstanding _ __- 

Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 

of this bank, except those held by this bank 

Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 

exchange _ 

Other liabilities 



$658,149 19 



$85,000 00 

40,000 00 

3,477 35 



$522,376 35 



$15,000 00 

34,000 00 

5,977 28 



20,000 00 



77,700 00 
15.365 00 
55,918 00 



65.329 22 
50,192 39 



483 10 

"laiss'so 



$1,180,525 54 



$100,000 00 

74,000 00 

9,454 63 



20,000 00 



276,306 75 



275 51 

124,121 70 

2 90 

55,412 56 

53,552 42 



467,399 07 



276,306 75 

467,399 07 

275 51 

124,121 70 

2 90 

,55,412 56 

53,552 42 



Totals. 



Interest earned but not collected, net included in resoursces 
or liabi ities 



$658,149 19 



$2,670 00 



$522,376 35 



$9,630 00 



$1,180,525 54 



$12,300 00 



Note. — The above statement includes the business of a branch office at Etna Mills. 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



63 



FIRST SAVINGS BANK OF COLUSA. COLUSA 

Incorporated February 13, 1902. 



231 



Officers — J. M. Henderson, Jr., President ; Everett Bowes, Cashier ; L. A. Mace, Assistant 

Cashier. 
Directors — J. M. Henderson, Jr., Clara C. Packer, J. L. Mendenhall, Everett Bowes. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 
Loans and d iscounts, including rediscounts 


$161,755 61 


$318,475 17 


$480,230 78 


Bankers' acceptances, including rediscounts 


Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts 








Overdrafts ___ 


708 95 




708 95 


Customer!:' liabilitv account acceptances 






Liability of foreiin banks and bankers' account of acceptances 








United States securities owned . 








All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjuftment accounts 

Bank premise?, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 


114,677 21 


84,863 99 
48,310 19 
9,824 25 
10,000 00 
25,223 37 


199,541 20 
48,310 19 


Other real estite owned 




9,824 25 
10 000 00 


Due from Federal Reserve Bank 




Due from other banks... 


10,364 07 
10,382 96 


3,5 587 44 


Actual cash on hand 


10,382 96 


Exchanies for clearing house 






Checks and other cpsh items 


4,663 86 




4,663 86 


Items with Fede-al Reserve Bank in process of collection 






Other resources 
















Totals . 


$302,552 66 

$50,000 00 

8,450 00 

114 63 


$496,696 97 

$50,000 00 

8,800 00 

166 46 


$799,249 63 

$100,000 00 

17,250 00 

281 09 


Liabilities 
Capital paid in 


Svirplus 


All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid.. 
Reserve for interest, taxes, etc 


Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 
rediscounts 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obiigations representing money borrowed, other 
tlian rediscounts 








Lid,buui.sfurreui=count with Federal Reserve Bank 








ijiaoiiues) lor reuiscounts other than T»ith Federal Reserve 
liaiiji , 








Depocitsdue to banks 








Diiiaends unpaid 


4,000 00 
139,292 69 




4,000 00 


inuiliuualdepo^ils subject to check. 




139,292 69 


iSavingbdepjcits.- 


377,708 97 


377,708 97 


Demaiia cetiucates of deposit 




lime ccriincates of deposit 




15,021 54 


15,021 54 


Oertined checks 




Ca8Uii.ro' checks 


4,569 29 
96,126 05 




4,569 29 


State, county and municipal deposits 


45,000 00 


141,126 05 


United States and postal savings deposits 




Lettei 6 of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 
outstanding _ 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 
of this bank, except those held by this bank 








Liabi ity account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 








Other daoilitics 
















Totals 


$302,552 66 
$1,500 00 


$496,696 97 
$4,100 00 


$799,249 63 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 


$5,600 00 



64 



REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS 



THE BANK OF LINCOLN. LINCOLN 

Incorporated March 31. 1902. 



237 



Officers — B. C. Musser, President ; Walter V. Hajt, Vice President ; J. A. Bannister, Cashier : 

A. M. Seifert, Assistant Cashier. 
Directors — Alden Anderson, Hans Andresen, Kate A. Haenny, B. C. Musser, F. M. Van Dyke, 

A. Rasmussen. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 


$121,321 95 


$435,601 49 


$556,923 44 
















159 88 




159 88 








Li ibi ity of fcrei.;n banks and bankers' account of acceptances 














All other bonds, warrants and securitiep, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 


123,245 62 
15,677 40 


162,515 78 
13,220 50 
23,015 74 


285,761 40 
28,897 90 
23,015 74 










11.721 48 

13.722 25 
400 37 
614 54 


20,536 17 
15,620 41 


32,2.=>7 65 




29,342 66 




400 37 






614 54 
























Totals 


$286,863 49 

$30,000 00 
3,000 00 
4,012 02 


$670,510 09 

$34,000 00 

23,000 00 

2,579 65 


$957,373 58 

$64,000 00 

26,000 00 

6,591 67 


Liabilities 
Capital paid in 


Surplus 

All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid. . 
Reserve for interest, taxes, etc . 


Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 
rediscounts - --- 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 
than 'eiiscounts... _. 


30,000 00 




30,000 00 


Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 






Liabi ities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 
























Individual deposits subject to check 


144,214 35 




144,214 35 


Savin ;s depcsits i 


537,817 18 


537,817 IS 




17,818 93 


17,818 93 


Time ce'tificates of deposit 






Certified checks _ ._ 


800 00 

453 06 

56,000 00 




800 00 


Cashiers' checks 




453 06 


State, county and municipal deposits .._ 

United States and postal savin .;s depcsits 


73,113 26 


129,113 26 


Letters of c-edit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 
of this bank, except those held by this bank 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 










565 13 




565 13 








Totals 


$286,863 49 
$500 00 


$670,510 09 
$800 00 


$957,373 58 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities... 


$1,300 00 







REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



65 



BANK OF CAMBRIA. CAMBRIA 

Incorporated January 29, 1903. 



241 

S. Dickie, Secretary ; 



Officers — Amos Smithers, President ; B. Corda, Vice President ; G. 

J. F. Stewart, Cashier. 
Directors — William Bordine, B. Corda, G. S. Dickie, W. M. Lyons, M. L. Mayfield; Amos 

Smithers, J. F. Stewart. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 


$155,262 99 


$135,775 00 


$291,037 99 
















813 02 




813 02 








Liability of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptances 










3,500 00 

217,639 44 
29,110 54 




3,500 00 


All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 
the-eon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 


128,177 76 


345,817 20 
29,110 54 


Other real estate owned ._ . . 








14,212 32 

35,939 19 

6,849 48 


5,000 00 
2,849 70 


19,212 32 




38,788 89 




6,849 48 










309 94 




309 94 








Other resources 
















Totals 


$463,636 92 

$25,000 00 
18,000 00 
16,679 13 


$271,802 46 

$25,000 00 

11,000 00 

8,400 05 


$735,439 38 

$50,000 00 
29 000 00 


Liabilities 
Capital paid in.. . . 


Su'plus 


All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid. . 
Reserve for intjrcst, taxes, etc _ 


25,079 18 


Bil 8 payable with Federal Reserve Bank, otner than 
redissounts _ 








Bij 6 payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all ohli;ation6 representing money borrowed, other 
than -ediscounts 








Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 








Lj.ibilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 








Depo-itsdue to banks 








Di.-iiends unpaid 








Indiviiual deposits subject to check 


212,306 00 




212,306 00 


Savin s deposits... 


152,402 41 


152 402 41 


Demand certificates of deposit . 


500 00 
116,151 79 


500 00 


Time ;e-tiScates of deposit ... 




116,151 79 


Certified checks 






Cashiers' checks 








State, county and municipal deposits. 


75,000 00 


75,000 00 


150,000 00 


United States and postal savinpE deposits.. _. ... 




Lett rs of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 
outstanding __. 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 
of this bank, except those held by this bank 








Liabi ity account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
exchange... , 








Other. iabiaties.- 
















Totals 


8463,636 92 


$271,802 46 


$736,439 38 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities... 











5— e9903 



66 REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS 

THE SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY SAVINGS BANK. SAN BERNARDINO 



Incorporated April 27, 1903. 



265 



Officers— J. B. Gill, President; A. M. Ham, R. E. Roberts, Vice Presidents; J. H. Wilson, 
Cashier, Secretary and Treasurer ; M. C. Smith, Assistant Cashier. 

Directors— J. B. Gill, A. M. Ham, R. E. Roberts, J. G. Knapp, Howard B. Smith, W. M. 
Parker, Thos. W. Frye, J. C. Ralphs, Jr., Everett H. Swing. 



STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 






Commercial 


Sa\'ings 


Combined 


Resources 




$2,979,473 08 










Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts 




































4,950 00 

592,007 50 
13,385 00 
88,013 28 
75,000 00 

180,073 49 
5,020 00 




All other bonds, warrants and seouriticR, including premium 














































8,522 96 


























Total 




$3,946,445 31 

$150,000 00 
150,000 00 
341,218 48 




Liabilities 
Capital paid in 






Surplus 






All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid . 






Reserve for interest, taxes, etc 






Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 
rediscounts 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 
than 'ediscounts _ __ .^ _ 








Liabilities ft r rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 








Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 








Deposits due to banks _. _ 








Dividends unpaid _ 








Individual deposits subject to check 








Savings deposits ___ 




2,987,541 88 




Demand certificates of deposit 






Time cctificates of deposit .-_ 




82,684 95 




Certified checks 






Cashiers' checks 








State, county and municipal deposits _ 




235,000 00 




United States and postal savings deposits.. _ 






Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 
outstanding ._ 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 
cf this bank , except those held by this bank . . 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
exchange 








Other liabilities 
















Total 




$3,946,445 31 
$10,000 00 




Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities _ ...^ 













REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



67 



BANK OF NEWMAN. NEWMAN 

Incorporated May 4, 1903. 



266 



Officers — E. S. Wangeiiheim, President ; J. H. Elfers, L. J. Newman, C. S. Woten, Vice 
Presidents; F. S. Powell, Cashier; A. M. Souza, E. J. Beall, Assistant Cashiers. 

Directors — E. S. Wangenheim, J. H. Elfers, L. J. Newman, J. L. Kinnear, A. M. Souza, Sr., 
H. C. Tucker, F. R. Stevinson, Wm. Pfitzer, H. V. Armistead. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


■ — ^ 

Combined 


Resources 


$640,239 64 


$773,419 52 


$1,413,659 in 






Notes di-afts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts 










1,232 36 




1,232 3« 
























All other bonds, warrants and secu-ities, including piemium 

the-eon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 


204.640 02 

13,363 88 

5,750 00 


489,669 72 
75,997 15 


694,309 74 

89,. 361 03 

5,750 00 




30,000 00 

33,411 46 

3,000 00 


30.000 00 




102,0.53 63 

56,859 43 

5,309 10 

333 78 


135.465 09 




59,859 43 




5,300 10 






333 78 










11,276 55 




11,276 55 








Totals - 


Sl,041,058 39 

$125,000 00 
27,500 00 
14,101 08 


$1,405,497 85 

$25,000 00 
90,000 00 


$2,446,556 24 

$1.50,000 00 

117,500 00 

14,101 08 


Liabilities 




All undivided proDts, less expenses, interest and taxes paid. _ 


Reserve for inte-est, taxes, etc... ... _ _ .- 






Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 
rediscounts .- -- _. 








Bills pavaole other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 
than rediscounts --_ _ _ 








Liabi'.ities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank. 








Liabi'iites for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 








Deposits due to banks 








Dividends unpaid . _ . 


3,2,55 .50 
716,2.35 .57 




3 255 50 


Individual deposits subject to check _ 




716 235 57 


Savings deposits - 


1,263,605 83 


1,263 605 83 


Demand certificates of deposit .. . . _ _ 


518 35 
36,497 74 

1.58 15 
23,284 12 
93,062 77 


518 35 


Time ce-tificates of deposit.. _ 




36,497 74 


Certified checks . ... _. ^ 




158 15 


Cashiers' checks... .._ ... _ _ 




23,284 12 




25,000 00 


118,062 77 


United States and postal savings deposits 


Lette-s of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 
outstanding.. . 








.Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 
of this bank, except those held by this bank 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
exchange .. . 








Other liabilities „ 


1,445 11 


1,892 02 


3,337 13 






Totals 


$1,041,058 39 
$3,750 00 


$1,405,497 85 
$2,579 31 


$2,446,5.56 24 
$6,329 31 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities _ _ 





Note. — The above statement includes the business of branch offices at Gustine, Crows Landing 
and Patterson. 



68 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



PLUMAS COUNTY BANK. QUINCY 

Incorporated September 2, 1903. 



276 



Officers^A. H. Bar, President; H. S. Lee, Vice President; H. H. Bar, Cashier; J. N. Stephan, 
Secretary ; R. A. Bar, Amelia C. Roberts, Assistant Cashiers ; Gilbert Palmer, Manager 
Portola Branch. 

Directors — A. H. Bar, H. S. Lee, C. J. Lee, W. J. Clinch, F. G. Gansner, J. N. Stephan, 
H. H. Bar. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 
Loans and discounts, including rediscounts _-. 


$257,133 59 


$420,364 77 


$677,498 36 










Overdrafts .. .. 


731 04 




731 04 


Customers' liability account acceptances .. 






Liability of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptances 










1,000 00 

309,550 50 
12,350 00 
8,345 64 
33,720 16 
94,207 56 
23,540 32 


52,250 00 

277,677 00 

20,000 00 

7,474 04 

28,. 500 00 

12,804 77 

2,624 94 


53,25C 00 


All other bonds, warrants and secirities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 


587,227 50 
32,350 00 
15.819 68 




62,220 16 




107,012 33 




26,165 26 








1,111 37 




1,111 37 










10,491 42 




10,491 42 








Totals 


$752,181 60 

$60,000 00 

20,000 00 

4,519 04 


$821,695 52 

$60,000 00 

20,000 00 

4,961 32 


$1,573,877 12 

$120,000 00 

40,000 00 

9,480 36 


LUBILITOiS 

Capital paid in. _ _ 


Surplus _ 


All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid.. 
Reserve for interest, taxes, etc 


Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 
rediscounts _ 








Bills payable ether than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 
than rediscounts 








Liabi ities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 








Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reseive 
Bank 








Deposits due to banks '. . . 








Divdends unpaid 








Individual deposits subject to check 


508,972 52 




508 972 52 


Savings deposits 


656,734 20 


656,734 20 


Demand certificates of deposit- - 






Time certificates of deposit... 


33,140 95 

394 02 

5,110 07 

120,000 00 




.33,140 95 


Ce -tified checks 




394 02 


Cashiers' checks 




5,110 07 


State, county and municipal deposits 


80,000 00 


200,000 00 


United States and postal savings deposits 




Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 
outstanding 








.Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 
of this bank , except those held by this bank 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
exchange 








Other liabilities 


45 00 




45 00 








Totals 


$752,181 60 
$11,842 65 


$821,695 52 
$13,131 49 


$1,573,877 12 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 


$24,974 14 







Note. — The above statement includes the business of a branch oflBce at Portola. 



REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



69 



HOME SAVINGS BANK OF WHITTIER. 

Incorporated October 31, 1903. 



WHITTIER 



279 



Officers — C. B. Johnson, President; L. M. Sawyer, Walter E. Butler, Vice Presidents; M. A. 
MacLean, Cashier. 

Directors — A, C. Johnson, Chairman ; W. E. Butler, C. B. Johnson, T. L. Gooch, M. A. Mac- 
Lean, J. A. Cole, Geo. L. Hazzard, D. C. Andrews, L. M. Sawyer, Ralph J. Reed, Herbert 
E. Tebbetts, E. M. Wheatland. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 



Commercial 



Savings 



Combined 



Resources 

Loans and discounts, including rediscounts. - -^ 

Bankers' acceptance^, including rediscounts 

Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts 

Ovc'draf ts 

Customers' liability account acceptances -. 

Liability of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptances 

United States securities owned . _ _ _ . . 

AH other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 

Other real estate owned 

Due from Federal Reserve Bank. 

Due from other banks. _ 

Actual cash on hand 

Exchanges for clea'ing house 

Checks and other cash items.. 

Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection... 
Other resources 



Total. 



LUBIUTIES 

Capital paid in. 

Surplus.. -- 

All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid 

Reserve for interest, taxes, etc... 

Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 

rediscounts . . . 

Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 

than rediscounts... 

Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 

Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 

Bank. 

Deposits due to banks 

Dividends unpaid 

Individual deposits subject to check 

Savings deposits... 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit 

Certified checks 

Cashiers ' checks 

State, county and municipal deposits 

United States and postal savings deposits 

Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 

outstanding 

Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 

of this bank , except those held by this bank 

Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 

exchange.. 

Other liabilities 



$1,235,24.3 50 



120,700 00 

555,298 32 
60,472 81 
22,264 00 
20,000 00 

237,206 90 
30,123 50 
11,623 05 



$2,292,932 08 



$150,000 00 
50,000 00 
67,010 11 



Total. 



Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 



7,500 00 

"i,yi8',248"ii 



30,173 86 
27'0,600"00' 



$2,292,932 08 



$29,850 00 



70 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 
SAVINGS BANK OF MENDOCINO COUNTY. UKIAH 

Incorporated November 23, 1903. 



284 



Officers — Charles M. Mannon, President; Arthur L. Tracy, Vice President and Treasurer; 

Wm. Bromley, Cashier and Secretary. 
Directors — Charles M. Mannon, Arthur L. Tracy, Wm. Bromley, Lorena B. Stout. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 



Commercial 



Savings 



Combined 



Resources 

Loans and discounts, including rediscounts 

Bankers' acceptances, including rediscounts 

Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts 

Overdrafts 

Customers' liability account acceptances 

Liability of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptances 

United States securities owned - - 

All other bends, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures ard safe deposit vaults 

Other real estate owned 

Due from Federal Reserve Bank 

Due from other banks 

Actual cash on hand 

Exchanges for clearing house — 

Checks and other cash items 

Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection.-. 
Other resources 



$256,012 22 
""Y,598"63" 



S540.074 36 



181,527 60 
18,290 00 



450,790 11 
22,256 75 
24,058 59 



12,055 63 
28,798 73 



33,857 35 
26,631 18 



3,697 65 
"'965'92' 



308 82 



Totab. 



Liabilities 

Capital paid in 

Surplus 

All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid__ 

Reserve for interest, taxes, etc 

Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 

rediscounts 

Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 

than rediscounts 

Liabi ities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 

Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 

Bank 

Deposits due to banks 

Dividends unpaid _ _ 

Individual deposits subject to check 

Savings deposits - 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit 

Certified checks 

Cashiers' checks - 

State, county and municipal deposits 

United States and postal savings deposits 

Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 

outstanding 

Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 

of this bank, except those held by this bank 

Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 

exchange 

Other liabilities 



$502,885 78 



$40,000 00 
10,000 00 
22,519 06 



$1,097,977 16 



$60,000 00 
35,000 00 
22,021 62 



$796,086 58 
"""'f,598'03 



632,317 71 
40,516 75 
24,058 59 



45,912 98 
55,429 91 



3,697 65 
V,2i4"74 



$1,600,862 94 



$100,000 00 
45,000 00 
44,540 68 



12,093 59 
305,097"42' 



920,900 64 



8,151 85 

111 05 

68 32 

104,278 10 



566 39 



54 90 



12,093 59 



305,097 42 
920,900 64 



8,151 85 

111 05 

68 32 

164,278 10 



621 29 



Totals - 



Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities... 



$502,885 78 



$669 23 



$1,097,977 16 



$4,475 64 



,600,862 94 
$5,144 87 



Note. — The above statement includes the business of a branch office at Hopland. 



REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



71 



SAN MATEO COUNTY SAVINGS BANK. REDWOOD CITY 

Incorporated December 14. 1903. 



286 



Officers — Lee T. Ross, President ; A. D. Walsh, Vice President ; Edward T. Harrison, Vice 
President and Cashier ; E. R. Whitehead, L. A. Behrens, Assistant Cashiers. 

Directors— Lee T. Ross, C. G. Lambert, H. A. Beeger, L. A. Behrens, Z. T. Thorning, 
J. B. Perry, A. D. Walsh, J. L. Ross, H. C. Ross, E. Avenali, Edward T. Harrison. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 



RESOnRCES 

Loans and discounts, including rediscounts 

Bankers' acceptances, includins' rediscounts - 

Notes, drafts or bills of exchonge, including rediscounts 

Overdrafts 

Customers' liability account acceptances 

Liability of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptances 

United States securities owned -_.- --- 

All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjastmcnt accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 

Other real estate owned — 

Due from Federal Reserve Bank 

Due from other banks 

Aetna 1 cash on hand 

Exchanges for clearing house 

Checks and other cash items.. .- 

Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of cclIectioD.. . 
Other resources 



Total. 



LlABIUTIES 

Capital paid in 

Surplus -. 

All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid 

Reserve for interest, taxes, etc 

Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bark, other than 

rediscounts - 

Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 

than rediscounts 

Liabi ities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 

Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 

Bank 

Deposits due to banks 

Dividends unpaid 

Individual deposits subject tc check 

Savings deposits 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates cf deposit _. 

Certified checks 

Cashiers' checks 

State, county and municipal deposits 

United States and postal savinijs deposits 

Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 

outstanding 

Acceptances executed by or for account of or under gjarantee 

of this bank, except those held by this bank 

Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 

exchange 

Other liabilities 



Commercial 



Savings 



$959,728 18 



89,501 33 



230,230 47 
8,355 80 



20,000 00 

87,166 73 

9,000 00 



$1,403,982 51 



$100,000 00 
50,000 00 
23,573 72 



Combined 



Total. 



Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 



5,000 00 
"i,T4Y,539"52' 



76,500 00 



7,369 27 



$1,403,982 51 
$1,404,240 00 



72 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



THE ANALY SAVINGS BANK. SEBASTOPOL 

Incorporated February 18, 1904. 



288 



Officers — A. B. Swain, President ; H. B. Fuller, Vice President and Cashier ; A. F. Cochran, 
Vice President ; E. L. Haddocks, L. M. Petersson, Thos. Silk, Assistant Cashiers. 

Directors — A. B. Swain, H. B. Fuller, A. F. Cochran, F. P. Doyle, Henry Hess, Thos. Silk, 
Joe Valentine. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 



Commercial 



Savings 



Combined 



Resotjrces 

Loans and discounts , incl uding rediscounts 

Bankers' acceptances, including rediscounts 

Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts- 
Overdrafts 

Customers' liability account acceptances 

Liability of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptances 

United States securities owned _ . 

All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts.. 
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 

Other real estate owned 

Due from Federal Reserve Bank 

Due from other banks 

Actual cash on hand 

Exchanges for clearing house 

Checks and other cash items 

Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection 
Other reoources ■ 



$19,024 95 



S469,788 03 



27,917 50 



171,619 27 

50,541 88 

4,100 00 



5,190 53 
4,284 96 



18,347 11 
16,981 56 



598 43 



Totals. 



Liabilities 
Capital paid in 

Surplus -- 

All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid 

Reserve for interest, tnxes, etc 

Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, ether than 

rediscounts - -- 

Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 

than rediscounts... 

Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 

Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 

Bank 

Deposits due to banks 

Dividends unpaid ._ - 

Individual deposits subject to check. 

Savings deposits . 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit 

Certified checks 

Cashiers ' checks 

State, county and municipal deposits. 

United States and postal savings deposits 

Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 

outstanding 

Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 

of this bank, except those held by this bank 

Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 

exchange 

Other 1 labilities 



$56,417 94 



$10,000 00 
2,500 00 



$731,976 28 



$65,000 00 

20,000 00 

8,165 61 



$488,812 98 



199,536 77 

50,541 88 

4,100 00 



23,537 64 
21,266 52 



598 43 



$788,394 22 



$75,000 00 

22,500 00 

8,165 61 



23,917 94 



573,810 67 



20,000 00 



65,000 00 



Totals. 



Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 



$56,417 94 
$1,000 00 



$731,976 28 
$6,500 00 



23,917 94 
573,810 67 



85,000 00 



$788,394 22 
$7,500 00 



NoTB. — The above statement includes the business of a branch office at Forestville. 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



73 



FIRST BANK OF HIGHLAND. HIGHLAND 

Incorporated March 28. 1904. 



293 



Officers — G. T. Henslee, President ; M. M. Randall, Vice President ; J. M. Spaulding, Secre- 
tary-Treasurer, Cashier ; K. M. Pennock, Assistant Cashier. 

Directors — G. T. Henslee, M. M. Randall, J. W. Corwin, W. F. Grow, D. H. Richardson, 
W. H. Roddick, J. C. Smith, J. L. Yarnell. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 



Commercial 



Savings 



Combined 



Resources 

Loans and discounts, including rediscounts 

Bankers' acceptances, including rediscounts 

Notes, d'afts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts 

Ove"draf ts — - 

Customers ' 'lability account acceptances — - 

Liability of foreii^n banks and bankers' account of acceptances 

United States securities owned _ - - 

All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 

Other real estate owned -- 

Due from Federal Reserve Bank - 

Due from other banks - -- 

Actual cash on hand 

Exchanges for clearing house 

Checks and other cash items 

Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection.- . 
Other resources 



5288,311 28 
90"42" 



$191,529 67 



138,377 24 

10,750 00 

6,072 68 



11,470 60 



28,499 33 
19,967 71 



5,000 00 
5,107 42 



873 54 



Totals. 



LUBILITIES 

Capital paid in _ .- 

Surplus .... 

All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid.. 

Reserve for interest, taxes, etc.. __ 

Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 

rediscounts -_ 

Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 

than rediscounts 

Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 

Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 

Bank 

Deposits due to banks 

Dividends unpaid 

Individual deposits subject to check — 

Savings deposits ._ 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit - 

Certified checks 

Cashiers' checks - 

State, county and municipal deposits 

United States and postal savings deposits 

Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 

outstanding. _ _ 

Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 

of this bank, except those held by this bank 

Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 

exchange _ 

Other liabilities 



$492,942 20 
$50,000 00 

"" "5,181 "n" 



$213,107 69 



.$5,000 00 

15,000 00 

714 59 



35,000 00 



$479,840 95 
90'42 



149,847 84 

10,750 00 

6,072 68 

5,000 00 

33,606 75 

19,967 71 



873 54 



$706,049 89 



$55,000 00 

15,000 00 

5,896 30 



35,000 00 



2,750 00 
283,398 90 



192,393 10 



43,891 90 



2,388 19 
70,000 00 



331 60 



Totals. 



Interest earned but net collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 



$492,942 20 



$1,875 30 



$213,107 69 
$1,075 50 



2,750 00 
283,398 90 
192,393 10 



43,891 90 



2,388 19 
70,000 00 



331 50 



$706,049 89 
$2,950 80 



74 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



BANK OF WILLITS. WILLITS 

Incorporated April U, 1904. 



296 



Officers — Chas. M. Mannon, President; W. H. Baechtel, Vice President and Cashier; J. E. 

Tuck, Secretary and Assistant Cashier ; Beatrice O. Johnson, Assistant Cashier. 
Directors — Charles M. Mannon, W. H. Baechtel, W. A. S. Foster, R. C. J. Ritschel, James 

B. Mannon. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 
Loans and discounts, including rediscounts 


$123,654 12 


$140,161 69 


$263,815 81 












209 21 




209 21 
























All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, farniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 


122,870 88 
8,000 00 
1,968 46 


188,600 93 


311,471 81 
8 000 00 


11,669 03 


13,637 49 








9,401 98 

24,651 68 

1,303 98 

611 66 


15,158 32 
17,225 18 


24,560 30 




41,876 86 




1,303 98 






611 66 
























Totals 


$292,671 97 

$40,000 00 

25,000 00 

709 79 


$372,815 15 

$10,000 00 

29,000 00 

3,216 91 


$665 487 12 


LUBILITIBS 


$50,000 00 

54,000 00 

3,926 70 


Surplus 


All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid-- 
Reserve for interest, taxes, etc 


Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 
rediscounts _. . 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 
than rediscounts 








Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank _ 








Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 








Deposits due to banks 


















133,154 37 




133,154 37 




330,598 24 


330,598 24 


Demand certificates of deposit 


1,213 83 

51,859 25 

688 83 

45 90 

40,000 00 


1,213 83 


Time certificates of deposit 




51,859 25 


Certified checks 




688 83 






45 90 






40,000 00 


United States and prstal savings deposits 






Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 
outata nding 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
exchange 
























Totals 


$292,671 97 


$372,815 15 


$665,487 12 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 













REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



75 



BANK OF RIO VISTA. RIO VISTA 

Incorpoiati.-d April 12, 1904. 



297 



Officers — Dan McCormack, President ; Alden Anderson, Vice President ; F. E. Mitchell, 
Cashier, Secretary and Treasurer ; V. J. Josselyn, Assistant Cashier and Secretary. 

Directors — Alden Anderson, Wyatt Allen, H. J. Dirr, A. C. Harvie, Dan McCormack, Peter 
Hamilton, Thos. McCormack, Arthur Larsen, F. E. Mitchell. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 



Commercial 



Savings 



Combined 



Resources 

Loans and discounts, including rediscounts 

Bankers' acceptances, including rediscounts 

Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts. 

Overdrafts 

Customers ' liability account acceptances _- 

Liabijty of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptances 

United States securities owned _ 

All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts. _ 
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 

Other real estate owned __ _ 

Due from Federal Reserve Bank 

Due from other banks — 

Actual cash on hand 

Exchanges for clearing house 

Checks and other cash items _-- 

Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection 
Other resources 



$494,923 20 



$460,890 00 



4,711 50 



251,389 36 
29,000 00 



10,749 03 
125,604 09 



221,946 59 

74,107 79 

1,492 36 



26,439 94 
16,784 90 



10,900 00 



Totals. 



LlABIUTrBS 

Capital paid in 

Surplus -- 

All undivided p-ofits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid 

Reserve for interest, taxes, etc 

Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 
rediscounts 

Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 
than rediscounts 

Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 

Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 

Deposits due to banks.. 

Dividends unpaid 

Individual deposits subject to check 

Sa\ings deposits 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit- 

Certi Bed checks 

Cashiers' checks 

State, county and municipal deposits... 

United States and postalsavings deposits... 

Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 
outstanding 

Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 
of this bank, except those held by this bank 

Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
exchange 

Other liabilities 



$1,088,766 70 



$75,000 00 
35,000 00 
57,311 08 



$640,467 96 



$25,000 00 
40,000 00 
25,000 00 



$955,813 20 



295 90 



15,460 53 



376,993 45 
29,000 00 



248,386 53 

90.892 69 

1,492 36 



10,900 00 



$1,729,234 66 



$100,000 00 
75,000 00 
82,311 08 



6,000 CO 
802,427 36 



5,457 21 

4,000 00 

78 00 

7,941 40 

95,C00 00 



520,467 96 



30,000 00 



551 65 



6,000 00 
802,427 36 
520,467 96 

5,457 21 

4,000 00 
78 00 

7,941 40 
125,000 00 



551 65 



Totals. 



Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 



$1,088,766 70 
$5,000 00 



$640,467 96 
$4,000 00 



$1,729,234 66 
$9,000 00 



76 



REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



POMONA COMMERCIAL AND SAVINGS BANK. POMONA 

Incorporated July 7, 1904. 



302 



Officers- — -E. J. Sandford ; President; A. E. Huntington, Vice President; D. B. Woodbridge, 

Cashier. 
Directors — J. B. Chaffey, W. S. Hufford, Geo. B. Jess, E. J. Sandford, A. E. Huntington, 

D. B. Woodbridge. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 


$60,730 60 


$527,857 26 


$588,587 86 






Notes drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts 








Overdrafts --- .- -- 


25 




25 
























All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 


116,939 48 
15,000 00 


214,717 13 
59,873 89 


331,656 61 
74,873 89 






12,000 00 

28,514 87 

5,000 00 


12,000 00 




36,386 13 

14,740 96 

4,194 95 

1,344 69 


64,901 00 




19,740 96 




4,194 95 






1,344 69 










7,631 29 


165 00 


7,796 29 






Totals --- 


$256,968 35 
$50,000 00 


$848,128 15 

$.50,000 00 

25,000 00 

25,490 17 

1,764 12 


$1,105,096 50 

$100,000 00 
25 000 00 


Liabilities 


Surplus 


All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid.. 
Reserve for interest, taxes, etc -.. 


14,648 80 


40,138 97 
1 764 12 


Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 
rediscounts.- - 






Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 
than rediscounts --- 








Liabi'ities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 








Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank _ --- 








Deposits due to banks 








Dividends unpaid ._ 


2,500 00 
174,466 42 




2 500 00 


Indi\'idual deposits subject to check 




174 466 42 




518,399 50 


518 399 50 


Demand certificates of deposit _ 






Time certificates of deposit 




17,350 91 


17,350 91 
106 00 


Certified checks - 


106 00 
14,986 92 


Cashiers' checks.. _ 




14 986 92 


State, county and municipal deposits 


210,123 45 


210 123 45 


United States and postal savings deposits 






Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 
outstanding 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 
of this bank, except those held by this bank 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
exchange 










260 21 




260 21 








Totals - 


$256,968 35 
$1,000 00 


$848,128 15 
$6,000 00 


$1 105 096 50 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 


$7,000 00 







ftEPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



77 



HOME SAVINGS BANK OF VENTURA. VENTURA 

Incorporated September IS, 1904. 



304 



Officers — Joseph M. Argabrite, President; Thomas S. Newby, Vice President; Laverne SpafFord, 

Cashier ; Fred Zander, Assistant Cashier. 
Directors — Joseph M. Argabrite, Thomas S. Newby, James E. Rains, Edmund O. Tucker, 

Wayne VV. Montgomery ; George H. Randall, James P. Rasmussen. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resocbces 


$7,870 00 


$1,273,823 18 


$1,281,693 18 






























Liabi.ity of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptances 










164,387 50 

227,615 80 

40,565 64 

6,500 00 


164,387 50 


All other bonds, waTants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all oEfsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 


25,000 00 


252,615 80 

40,565 64 

6,500 00 










25,987 98 
2,944 09 


38,702 97 
36,033 68 


64,690 95 




38,977 77 






































Totals - 


$61,802 07 
$25,000 00 


$1,787,628 77 

$125,000 00 
38,000 00 
11,729 46 


$1,849,430 84 
$150,000 00 


LUBILITEBS 


Surplus 


38,000 00 


All undi vided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid. . 




11,729 46 








Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing ail obligations representing money borrowed, other 
than rediscounts - _ . 








Liabi ities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank. 








Liabi.ities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 
















Dividends unpaid 




7,. 500 00 


7,500 00 




36,584 92 


36,584 92 


Savings deposits 


1,398,377 26 


1,398,377 26 








Time oartiiica tes of deposit 








Certified cheCAS 










92 15 




92 15 


State, county and municipal deposits 


206,987 48 


206,987 48 








Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 










125 00 


34 57 


159 57 






Totals . . 


$61,802 07 


$1,787,628 77 
$26,000 00 


$1,849,430 84 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities .. . 











Note. — The above statement includes the business of a branch office at Ventura avenue and 
Ramona street, Ventura. 



78 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



SIERRA VALLEY BANK. LOYALTON 

Incorporated September 1, 1906. 



309 



Officers — Chas. Dubourdieu, President ; Alessio Ramelli, Vice President ; S. H. Sherwood, 

Cashier ; L. H. Pahnerton, Assistant Cashier. 
Directors— Chas. Dubourdieu, Alessio Ramelli, L. Guidici, A. B. Church, Raflfaele Dotta. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 
Loans and discounts, including rediscounts 


$95,860 00 


$105,850 00 


$201,710 00 


Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts 










365 61 




365 61 




















35,000 00 

235,707 54 
3,000 00 
3,546 31 
3,000 00 
2,716 68 
6,196 08 


35,000 00 


All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 
thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 


92,018 40 


327,725 94 
3,000 00 






3,546 31 




2,781 21 

57,091 20 

7,612 54 


5,781 21 




59,807 88 




13,808 62 








437 26 




437 26 
























Totals .- - 


$256,166 22 

$25,000 00 

1,500 00 

4,257 28 

25,000 00 


$395,016 61 

$25,000 00 
11,000 00 


$651,182 83 

$50,000 00 
12,500 00 
4,257 28 


Liabilities 


Surplus - - 


All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid.. 


Reserve for interest, taxes, etc.. . . 




25 000 00 


Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 
rediscounts __ _ 






Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, inc'ud- 
in? ail obligations representing money borrowed, other 
than rediscounts 








Liabi ities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 








Liabi ities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 








Deposits due to banks 








Dividends unpaid 








Individual deposits subject to check. . 


164,806 19 




164,806 19 


Savini^s deposits _ _ _ 


359,016 61 


359,016 61 


Demand certificates of deposit 


200 00 

2,665 00 

16 50 

8,045 13 

24,676 12 


200 00 


Time certificates of deposit 




2,665 00 


Certified checks 




16 50 


Casniers' checks... 




8,045 13 


State, county and municipal deposits 




24,676 12 


United States and postal savings deposits 






Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 
outstanding 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 
of this bank, except those held bv this bank . 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
exchange ... 








Other liabilities 
















Totals 


$256,166 22 
$2,722 00 


$395,016 61 
$3,106 00 


$651,182 83 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities. 


$5 828 00 







REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



79 



BANK OF SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO. SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO 

Incorporated May 27, 1905. 333 

Officers — I. H. Potter, President ; H. L. Haaker, Vice President ; E. N. Fourcans, Cashier. 
Directors — I. H. Potter, H. L. Haaker, E. N. Fourcans, D. W. Ratto, T. L. Hickey, A. 
Hynding-, H. C. Kirk, S. Lotnbardi, E. P. Kauffmann. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 


$370,862 79 


$944,868 19 


$1,315,730 98 
















1.129 43 




1,129 43 
























All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less a!i offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 
Other real estate owned . 


466,634 64 
6,425 28 
6,900 00 


515,984 02 
61,641 53 


982,618 66 

68,066 81 

6,900 00 








92,299 80 

64,565 82 

784 14 

550 39 


117,346 08 
37,009 82 


209,645 88 


Actual cash on hand . . 


101,575 64 




784 14 






550 39 








Other resources 


1 00 




1 00 








Totals 


$1,010,153 29 

$74,000 00 
21,000 00 
13,487 80 


$1,676,849 64 

$76,000 00 

50,000 00 

15,571 21 

833 56 


$2,687,002 93 


Liabilities 
Capital paid in 


$150,000 00 


Surplus.. 


71,000 00 


All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid. . 


29,059 01 
833 56 


Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 






Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 








Liabi'ities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 








Liabi ities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 








Deposits due to banks . 








Dividends unpaid 


3,018 00 
644,653 76 




3,018 00 


Individual deposits subject to check 




644,653 76 


Savings deposits _. . 


1,434,444 87 


1,434,444 87 


Demand certificates of deposit . . 


21,401 00 


21,401 00 








Certified checks . 


2,760 00 
43,197 06 
186,635 67 




2,760 00 


Cashiers' checks . 




43,197 06 


State, county and municipal deposits 

United States and postal savin 's deposits 


100,000 00 


286,635 67 


Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 
outstanding 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 
of this bank, except those held by this bank 








Liabi'ity account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
exchange.- _. ... 








Other liabilities 
















Totals 


$1,010,153 29 
$2,508 12 


$1,676,849 64 
$5,864 77 


$2,687,002 93 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities.. __. _. 


$8,372 89 



80 REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 

BANK OF POINT ARENA. POINT ARENA 

Incorporated June 9. 1905. 338 

Officers — C. F. O'Brien, President; A. D. Pitts, Vice President; C. L. Kendall, Treasurer; P. W. 

Haggrenn, Cashier; C. J. Buchanan, Assistant Cashier and Secretary. 
Directors— C. F. O'Brien, A. D. Pitts, C. L. Kendall, J. W. Kingren, C. J. Buchanan. 



STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 






Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 
Loans and discounts, including rediscounts 


$147,270 79 




































Liability of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptances 










8,486 00 

1,652 50 
15,607 00 






All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 
thereon less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 






Bank premises , furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vault? 






















51,461 55 
17,451 15 




















25 46 






Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection 






Other resources 
















Total - 


$241,954 45 

$25,000 00 
4,900 00 
4,825 62 






Liabilities 
Capital paid in -.- 






Surplus . 






All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid. 






Reserve for interest, taxes, etc _- 






Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 
rediscounts ., - 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 
than rediscounts- 








Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank. 








Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 


















90 00 
117,566 45 




























89,314 57 






Certified checks... ... .. . 






Cashiers' checks . 








State, county and municipal deposits 








United States and postal savings deposits 


257 81 






Letters of credit and travelers' checks scld for cash and now 
outstanding ... 






Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 
of this bank, except those held bv this bank 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 








Other liabilities 
















Total 


$241,954 45 
$662 75 






Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 













REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



81 



VENICE SAVINGS BANK. VENICE 

Incorporated July 1, 1905. 



342 



Officers — W. D. Newcomb, Jr., President; E. K. Carrier, Vice President; C. W. Erdlen, 

Cashier. 
Directors — F. J. Hefele, A. J. Rough, R. Navarret, E. K. Carrier, W. D. Newcomb, Jr. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 



Commercial 



Savings 



Combined 



Resources 

Loans and discounts, including rediscounts 

Bankers' acceptances, including rediscounts .-. 

Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts 

Overdrafts - 

Customers' liability account acceptances -- 

Liability of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptances 

United States securities owned - - - - - 

All other bonds, warrants and securities, includinc premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 

Other real estate owned _. 

Due from Federal Reserve Bank -- - 

Due from other banks - 

Actual cash on hand 

Exchanges for clearing house 

Checks and other cash items 

Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection.-. 
Other resources - -. 



Total 



Liabilities 

Capital paid in 

Surplus -- 

All undivnded profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid 

Reserve for interest, taxes, etc - 

Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, ether than 

rediscounts - 

Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 

than rediscounts 

Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 

Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 

Bank... 

Deposits due to banks 

Dividends unpaid. _ _ 

Individual deposits subject to check 

Savings deposits.. 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit 

Certified checks 

Cashiers' checks 

State, county and municipal deposits 

United States and postal savings deposits 

Letters of credit and tr?velers' checks sold for cash and now 

outs landing 

Acceptances executed by or frr account cf or under guarantee 

of this bank, except those held by this bank 

Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 

exchange... -. 

Other liabilities. 



$347,166 20 



45,216 95 
2,921 85 
16,505 61 



13,347 21 
10,271 06 



1,250 26 



$439,879 14 



$25,000 00 

22,000 00 

701 12 



Total 



Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 



1,750 00 
370,418' 13' 



4,709 89 

'w.eoo'oo' 



700 00 



$439,879 14 
$706 71 



6—69903 



82 



EEPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



BANK OF A. LEVY (Incorporated). OXNARD 

Incorporated July 20, 1905. 



343 



Officers — J. P. Levy, President ; James Leonard, Vice President ; Alpha Adams, Vice President 
and Cashier ; A. Guedemann, Assistant Cashier and Secretary ; T. Russell Carroll, Robt. 
S. Durr, Assistant Cashiers. 

Directors — Alpha Adams, Chas. F. Blackstock, Casper Borchard, A. Camarillo, C. J. Daily, 
James Leonard, Henry Levy, J. P. Levy and Justin Petit. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Rksources 


$1,451,382 09 


$1,27-3,246 56 


$2 725 628 65 


Bankers' acceptances, including rediscounts. _. . 




Notes drafts or bills of exohans^e, including rediscounts 










5,833 14 




5,833 14 


Customers' liability account acceptances 
















40,197 10 

713,968 36 
157,217 37 


30,015 63 
305,780 24 


70 212 73 


All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 


1,019,748 60 
157,217 37 




17,105 50 


17,105 50 


Due from Federal Reserve Bank - 








131,874 99 
70,345 09 


113,027 24 
33,000 00 


244,902 23 




103,345 09 








8,303 51 




8,303 51 


Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection. __ 








15,162 84 




15,162 84 








Totals 


$2,594,284 49 

$150,000 00 
250,000 00 
153,729 54 


$1,773,175 17 

$50,000 00 
100,000 00 
236,566 25 


$4,.367,459 66 


Liabilities 


$200,000 00 




350,000 00 


All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid. _ 


390,295 79 


Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ina; all obligations representing money borrowed, other 


275,000 00 




275,000 00 


Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 






Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank. . 


























858,105 23 




858,105 23 




1,336,608 92 


1,336,608 92 










372,334 66 

138 19 

6,431 68 

528,545 19 




372,334 66 






138 19 




• 


6,431 68 


State, county and municipal deposits.. 


50,000 00 


578,545 19 


Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
























Totals 

Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 


$2,594,284 49 


$1,773,175 17 


$4,367,459 66 











REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 
BUTTE COUNTY SAVINGS BANK. CHICO 

Incorporated August 14, 190S. 



83 



347 



Officers — Guy R. Kennedy, President ; T. J. Bohling, Vice President ; J. F. Poeschel, Cashier 

and Secretary. 
Directors — Guy R. Kennedy, Stanley L. Sproul, J. H. Minderman, E. T. Williamson, Wm. J. 

O'Connor, Ed. Harkness, H. C. Compton. 



STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 






Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 




$1,512,286 51 




Bankers' acceptances, including rediscounts 






Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts 








Overdrafts . _ -.-.-.- 








Customers' liabi!itv account acceptances _ _ - 




















220,645 68 

277,110 18 
27,700 00 

178,271 93 
10,000 00 
52,520 73 
37,042 14 




All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 
thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 














































354 97 














2,203 40 










Total 




$2,318,135 54 

$200,000 00 
60,000 00 
35,765 69 




Liabilities 


















Reserve for interest, taxes, etc. 






Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 
rediscounts .. 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, inolud- 
in? all obligations representing money borrowed, other 
















Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 




































1,793,086 07 




Demand certificates of deposit - . . . _ 














Certified checks . 




















225,419 22 










Letters cf credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 
outstanding ... . . . -.. .. 








Acceptances executed by or for accoimt of or under guarantee 








Liabiiity account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 








Other liabilities 




3,864 56 










Total 




$2,318,135 54 
$11,155 08 




Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 













84 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



BANK OF PINOLE. PINOLE 

Incorporated October 28, 1905. 



356 



Officers — E. M. Downer, President ; J. P. Connors, S. S. MacKinlay, Vice Presidents ; L. E. 

Hart, Cashier, Secretary and Treasurer ; T. W. Hutchison, W. E. Lewis, A. D. Dern, 

Celia Hansen, Assistant Cashiers. 
Directors — E. M. Downer, L. E. Hart, S. S. MacKinlay, J. P. Connor, M. L. Fernandez, 

E. D. Armstrong, W. A. Davis, S. J. Claeys, J. Mahoney, J. H. Martin, A. Roy Heise. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 



Commercial 



Savings 



Combined 



Resources 

Loans 9nd discounts, including rediscounts __ 

Bankers' acceptances, including redisccupts ^ 

Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts 

Overdrafts __ _ 

Customers' liability account acceptances 

Liability of foreiin banks and bankers' account of acceptances 

United States securities owned __ _ — 

All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 

Other real estate owned 

Due from Federal Reserve Bank 

Due from other banks 

Actual cash on hand 

Exchans;es for clearing house 

Checks and other cash items 

Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection... 
Other resources 



S303,158 82 



SI, 282, 114 33 



4,833 96 



4,676 29 
164,510 75 



144,690 10 
52,910 39 



62,480 47 

730,544 52 

105,368 41 

4,748 31 

10,000 00 
104,295 47 

52,694 14 



3,978 02 
9"353"86' 



Totals. 



Liabilities 
Capital paid in 

Surplus ---.- 

All undivided profits, less expenses, intere.st and taxes paid . . 

Reserve for interest, taxes, etc 

Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 

rediscounts 

Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing ail obligations representing money borrowed, other 

than rediscounts.. - 

Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 

Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 

Bank _ 

Deposits due to banks 

Dividends unpaid . 

Individual deposits subject to check 

Sa vingp deposits 

Demand certi (icates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit 

Certified checks - 

Cashiers' checks 

State, county and municipa' deposits 

TJnited States and posta sa -ings deposits 

Letters of credit and tra\ ele s' checks sold for cash and now 

outstanding _ 

Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 

of this bank, except those held by this bank.. 

Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 

exchange 

Other liabilities ._ 



^,112 19 



$75,000 00 

20,000 00 

9,592 00 



$2,352,245 65 



$105,000 00 
80,000 00 
49,122 82 



$1,585,273 15 



4,833 96 



67,156 76 

895,055 27 
105,368 41 
4,748 31 
10,000 00 
248,985 57 
105,604 53 



3,978 02 
9'353"86 



$3,040,357 84 



$180,000 00 

100,000 00 

58,714 82 



9,000 00 
490,868 22 



25,000 00 



1,973,453 55 



9 25 

1,824 36 

56,402 13 



137,500 00 



416 23 



7,169 28 



Totals. 



$688,112 19 



$2,352,245 65 



Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 



9,000 00 

490,868 22 

1,973,453 55 

25,000 00 



9 25 

1,824 36 

193,902 13 



7,585 51 



$3,040,357 84 



Note. — The above statement includes the business of branch ofKces at Crockett, Rodeo and 
Port Costa. 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



85 



BANK OF GUERNEVILLE. GUERNEVILLE 

Incorporated October 31, 1905. 



358 



Officers — A. B. Swain, President; P. S. Hollingsworth, Vice President; H. B. Fuller, Vice 
President and Cashier; G. N. Bech, Assistant Cashier and Secretary. 

Directors— G. H. Call, J. T. Coon, J. P. DeCarly, F. P. Doyle, P. S. Hollingsworth, F. C. 
Mellush, A. B. Swain. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 



Commercial 



Savings 



Combmed 



Resources 

Loans and discounts, including rediscounts 

Bankers' acceptances, including rediscounts 

Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts 

Overdrafts --_ 

Customers' liability account acceptances 

Liability of foreiijn banks and bankers' account of acceptances 

United States securities owned 

All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 

Other real estate owned 

Due from Federal Reserve Bank 

Due from other banks 

Actual cash on hand 

Exchanges for clearing house 

Checks and other cash items . 

Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection.. _ 
Other resources 



$145,361 99 



$136,195 95 



130 08 



129,387 87 



5,000 00 



22,986 50 
2d,809 29 



35,332 75 
12,572 39 



4,581 70 



51 72 
4'l'779"67" 



Totals. 



Liabilities 

Capital paid in 

Surplus 

All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid. _ 

Reserve for interest , taxes, etc. 

Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 

rediscounts 

Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 

than rediscounts 

Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 

Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 

Bank. 

Deposits due to banks 

Dividends unpaid 

Individual deposits subject to check.. 

Savings deposits 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit 

Certified checks 

Cashiers' checks. 

State , county and municipal deposits 

United States and postal savings deposits 

Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 

outstanding 

Acceptances executed oy or for account of or under guarantee 

of this bank, except those held by this bank 

Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 

exchange 

Other liabilities.— 



$364,615 87 



$32,500 00 
7,200 00 
1,632 61 



$195,573 44 



$17,500 00 
2,800 00 



$281,557 94 



130 08 



5,000 00 



152,374 37 
26,809 29 



35,332 75 
17,154 09 



51 72 
4Y,779"67 



$560,189 31 



$50,000 00 

10,000 00 

1,632 61 



154,717 97 



2,517 14 
8,110 89 



175,273 44 



3,088 91 
113,000 00 



41,848 35 



Totals. 



Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 



$364,615 87 



$2,000 00 



$195,573 44 
$2,500 00 



154,717 97 

175,273 44 

2,517 14 

8,110 89 



3,088 91 
113,000 00 



41,848 35 



$560,189 31 
$4,500 00 



Note. — The above statement includes the business of a branch ofifice at Monte Rio. 



86 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



MECHANICS BANK. RICHMOND 

Incorporated August 3, 1907. 



360 



Officers- — E. M. Downer, President ; Geo. Thornton, Jr., Vice President ; Willard S. Poage, 
Cashier ; Ernest Emmrich, Assistant Cashier and Auditor ; S. R. Macdonald, Assistant 
Cashier. 

Directors — E. M. Downer, Geo. Thornton, Jr., J. F. Brooks, E. M. Tilden, H. A. Johnston, 
Geo. N. Rooker, H. A. Johnston, J. F. Galvin, F. A. Kales. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 



Commercial 



Savings 



Combined 



Resources 

Loans and discounts . including rediscounts 

Bankers ' acceptances, including rediscounts 

Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts 

Overdrafts'- - — -- 

Customers 'liability account acceptances 

Iiiabiiitv of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptances 

United States securities owned 

A.U other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 

Other real estate owned 

Due from Federal Reserve Bank 

Due from other banks 

Actual cash on hand 

Exchanges for clearing house 

Checks and other cash items _ 

Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection-. . 
Other resources-- 



Totals. 



Liabilities 

Capital paid in... 

Surplus --- .- 

All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid 

Reserve for interest, taxes, etc... 

Bills piyable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 

rediscounts - -- 

Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ 

ing all obli^atiors representing money borrowed, other 

than rediscounts — 

Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 

Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 

Bank 

Deposits due to banks- 

Dividends unpaid 

Individual deposits subject to check 

Savings deposits 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit ..- 

Certified checks 

Cashiers' checks.-- 

State, county and municipal deposits 

United States and postal savings deposits 

Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 

outstanding 

Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 

of this bank , except those held by this bank - . 

Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 

exchange 

Other liabilities. 



$963,718 73 
"""Y,998"20' 



$1,766,919 36 



$2,730,638 09 



1,998 20 



324,249 86 



1 00 
20,007 00 
79,628 76 
49,135 32 
15,913 20 
10,340 58 



37,028 90 

870,313 18 

130,407 87 

15,418 91 

60,000 00 

68,106 85 

894 38 



37.028 90 

1,194,563 04 

130,407 87 

15,419 91 

80,007 00 

147.735 61 

50.029 70 
15,913 20 
10,340 58 



$1,464,992 65 



$100,000 00 

100,000 00 

90,810 05 



$2,949,089 45 



$100,000 00 
100,000 00 

47.145 48 



$4,414,082 10 



$200,000 00 
200,000 00 
137,955 53 



50,000 00 



50,000 00 



17,4.39 53 

8,016 00 

997,497 84 



2,719 31 
23,109 97 
72,965 75 



2,207,905 82 
"'"6T,4ii"34" 



17,439 53 

8,016 00 

997,497 84 

2,207,905 82 



432,626 81 



61,411 34 

2,719 31 

23,109 97 

505,592 56 



800 00 



SOO 00 



1,634 20 



1,634 20 



Totals. 



$1,464,992 65 



$2,949,089 45 



$4,414,082 10 



Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 



Note. — The above statement includes the business of a branch office at EI Cerrito. 



REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS 



87 



BANK OF SAN PEDRO. SAN PEDRO 

Incorporated March 26, 1888. 



364 



Officers — Robert C. Baly, President ; Henry E. Sherer, Geo. P. Adams, Vice Presidents ; M. L. 

Mayer, Cashier; Gladys E. Levet, D. MacLean, R. L. Morter, S. Rocco, C. M. Sebring, 

Assistant Cashiers. 
Directors — Henry E. Sherer, Geo. P. Adams, Robert C. Baly, John Gray, C. N. Krog, J. A. 

Privett, E. D. Seward. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 



Commercial 



Savings 



Combined 



RESOtTRCES 

Loans and discounts, includins; rediscounts 

Bankers ' acceptances, including rediscounts 

Notes, d'-afts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts 

Ove'draf ts - 

Customc-s' liabi'ity account acceptances 

Liability of fo-ei^n banks and bankers' account of acceptances 

United States securities owned __ _. . - 

All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 

Other real estate owned 

Due from Federal Reserve Bank 

Due from other banks 

Actual cash on hand 

Exchanges for clearing house 

Checks and other cash items 

Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection.. _ 
Other resources. 



r 8718,595 60 
668"i2" 



$2,462,650 22 



$3,181,245 82 



608 12 



142,112 50 

157,942 87 



201,350 55 

79,130 57 

24,694 98 

857 90 



76,348 00 

1,220,689 09 

237,971 18 

9,289 21 

80,000 00 

126,209 91 

23,335 01 



76,348 00 

1,362,801 59 

395,914 05 

9,289 21 

80,000 00 

327,560 46 

102,465 68 

24,694 98 

857 90 



Totals. 



Liabilities 

Capital paid in... 

Surplus 

All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid. . 

Reserve for interest, taxes, etc 

Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 

rediscounts 

Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bark, includ- 
ing ail obli-jations representing money borrowed, other 

than rediscounts.-- 

Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 

Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 

Bank - 

Deposits due to banks --- 

Dividends unpaid 

Individual deposits subject to check 

Savings deposits.— 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit 

Certified checks 

Cashiers' checks 

State , county and municipal deposits 

United States and postal savings deposits 

Letters of credit and travelers checks sold for cash and now 

outstanding 

Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 

of this bank, except those held by this bank 

Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 

exchange. 

Other liabilities 



$1,325,293 09 



$250,000 00 
38,000 00 
17,147 05 



$4,236,492 62 



$250,000 00 



$5,561,785 71 



$500,000 00 
38,000 00 
17,147 05 



1,004,371 55 



3,924,178 20 



1,004,371 55 
3,924,178 20 



701 15 
13,722 40 



61,359 42 



61,359 42 

701 15 

13,722 40 



1,350 94 



955 00 



2,305 94 



Totals. 



Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities— 



$1,325,293 09 



$7,531 91 



,236,492 62 
$40,428 46 



$5,561,785 71 
$47,959 65 



Note. — The above statement includes the business of a branch office at Sixth and Beacon, San 
Pedro. 



88 



REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



STANISLAUS COUNTY SAVINGS BANK. 

Incorporated January 23, 1905. 



OAKDALE 



371 



Officers- — W. L. Rodden, Chairman of the Board; W. Rodden, President; L. F. Brichetto, Vice 

President ; D. E. Lee, Secretary and Cashier. 
Directors— W. L. Rodden, W. Rodden, L. F. Brichetto, D. E. Lee, J. B. Stearns, A. E. Schell, 

L. C. Kaufman. 



STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 






Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resottrces W^ 


, 1 i \ , ».;- 


$728,932 53 
25,000 00 










Notes drafts or bills cf exchange, including rediscounts 


































17,574 50 
216,691 53 




All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 






Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 
















20,500 00 
51,872 15 
























































Total. 




$1,060,570 71 

$60,000 00 

90,000 00 

739 61 




Liabilities 
























Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 
















Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 




















2,400 00 














840,431 10 


















Certified checks . . - . 




















67,000 00 










Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 
outstanding 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
exchange 








Other liabilities 
















Total 




$1,060,570 71 
$16,120 00 




Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 













REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS 



89 



BANK OF NORWALK. NORWALK 

Incorporated March 12, 1906. 



375 



Officers — James Hay, President; N. Glazier, Vice President; Arthur Kulzer, Cashier; A. O. 

Siverson, Assistant Cashier. 
Directors — James Hay, N. Glazier, Arthur Kulzer, C. E. Irish, J. A. Westmoreland, Geo. 

Koontz, J. Guy Smith, R. W. Bingham, O. R. Clonton. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 
Loans and discounts, includins; rediscounts 


$197,534 34 


$306,643 14 


$504,177 48 












1,014 61 




1,014 61 
























All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 


147,619 03 
9,001 00 


207,137 06 


354,756 09 
9,001 00 








35,885 35 

145,801 29 

16,075 62 


16,500 00 
64,331 87 


52,385 35 




210,133 16 




16,075 62 










932 44 




932 44 
























Totals 


$553,863 68 

$35,000 00 
15,000 00 
20,508 14 


$594,612 07 

$15,000 00 
25,000 00 


$1,148,475 75 


Liabilities 


$50,000 00 




40,000 00 


All undinded profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid- . 


20,508 14 








Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 








Bills payable other than vnth Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing ail obligations representing money borrowed, other 








Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 








Bank. . 


























438,951 10 




438,951 10 




509,612 07 


509,612 07 


Demand certificates of deposit 








9,500 00 

157 63 

4,746 81 

30,000 00 




9,500 00 


Certified checks . . . 




157 63 






4,746 81 


State, county and municipal deposits 

United States and postal savin:;s deposits 


45,000 00 


75,000 00 


Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 
outstanding. 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 
of this bank, except those held by this bank 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
exchange- ..-.. ... 
























Totals - 


$553,863 68 
$3,000 00 


$594,612 07 
$3,000 00 


$1,148,475 75 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities „ . 


$6,000 00 







90 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS 



ORANGE SAVINGS BANK. ORANGE 

Incorporated March 16, 1906. 



377 



Officers — W. D. Granger, Chairman of the Board ; H L. Haynes, President ; J. R. Porter, Fred 
Struck and E. W. Bolinger, Vice Presidents; F. M. Gulick, Cashier; B. S. Brubaker, 
Assistant Cashier. 

Directors — W. D. Granger, H. L. Haynes, J. R. Porter, Fred Struck, E. W. Bolinger, D. C. 
Pixley, Dr. A. H. Domann, C. F. Newton, W. F. Crist, D. F. Campbell, Ed. H. Dierker. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 


$103,570 05 


$1,212,933 66 


$1,316,503 71 
















44 17 




44 17 


















18,334 78 
52,938 88 


8,192 28 

84,672 50 
72,000 00 

5,086 76 
25,251 92 
22,508 00 
26,904 78 

4,315 65 


26,527 06 


All other bonds, warrants and secunties. including p-emium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe depisit vaults 


137,611 38 
72,000 00 




5,086 76 






25,251 92 




23,.340 98 
12,815 29 


45,848 98 




39,720 07 




4,315 65 




110 00 


110 00 


Items with Federal Reserve Bank in procesb of collection. 






Other resources 
















Totals - - 


$211,154 15 

$20,000 00 
20,000 00 


$1,461,865 55 

$80,000 00 
80,000 00 
12,813 30 


$1,673,019 70 


Liabilities 


$100,000 00 


Surplus _._ 


100,000 00 




12,813 30 


Reserve for interest, taxes, etc. .. _ . . . .. 






Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 
















Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 








Deposits due to banks .. 
















Individual deposits subject to check 


106,233 11 




106,233 11 


Savings deposits 


1,166,945 55 


1,166,945 55 


Demand certificates cf deposit 










67,403 86 


67,403 86 


Certified checks 






Cashiers' checks 


23,764 90 
25,000 00 




23,764 90 




45,000 00 


70,000 00 


United States and postal s ivings deposits . . 




Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 
outstanding 








Acceptances executed by or for acoount of or under guarantee 
of this bank, except those held by this bank . 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
exchange 








Other liabilities 


16,1.56 14 


9,702 84 


25,858 98 






Totals 


$211,154 15 
$1,812 44 


$1,461,865 55 
$21,226 34 


$1,673,019 70 


Interest earned but not collected, rot included in resources 
or liabilities .. . 


$23,038 78 







REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



91 



MONTAGUE BANKING COMPANY. MONTAGUE 

Incorporated December 26, 1906. 



394 



Officers — E. F. Reichman, President; W. A. Simon, Vice President and Cashier. 

Directors — E. F. Reichman, W. A. Simon, O. H. Reichman, E. D. Terwilliger, Isaac S. Davis. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resouhces 


$344,747 57 


$204,738 00 


$549,485 57 
















67 64 




67 64 








Liability cf forci-;n banks and barkers' account of acceptances 
United States securities owned _ _. 








5,000 00 
100,093 24 


3,300 00 

11,580 00 

6,500 00 

30,750 00 


8,300 00 


All other bonds, warrants and securities, includina premium 

thereon, less all cffsettinp: bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furnitu-e and fixtures and safe depcsit vaults 


111,673 24 
6,500 00 




30,750 00 


Due from Federal Reserve Bank . . 








37,860 57 
21,130 76 


10,833 04 
8,423 01 


48,693 61 


Actual cash on hand - 


29,553 77 






Checks and other cash items 


1,089 63 




1,089 63 








Other resources . 


42 75 




42 75 








Totals 


$510,032 16 

$75,000 00 

21,000 00 

9,219 30 


$276,124 05 

$25,000 00 
4,000 00 


$786,156 21 


LUBILITIBS 

Capital paid in . 


$100,000 00 


Surplus 


25,000 00 


All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid 


9,219 30 








Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 
than rediscounts... 


78,800 00 




78,800 00 








Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank . 








Deposits due to banks 








Dividends unpaid .. 








Individual deposits subject to check 


203,276 10 




203,276 10 


Savings deposits .... _ . . 


247,124 05 


247,124 05 


Demand certificates of deposit 


2,376 27 
53,450 00 


2,376 27 


Time certificates of deposit 




53,450 00 


Certified checks. 






Cashiers' checks... 


451 04 
66,459 45 




451 04 


State, county and municipal deposits 




66,4,59 45 


United States and postal savings deposits 






Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 
outstanding __ 








.Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 
of this bank, except those held by this bank 








Liabi'ity account acceotances executed to furnish dollar 
exchange 








Other liabilities— 
















Totals _ 


$510,032 16 
$2,800 00 


$276,124 05 
$2,000 00 


$786,156 21 
$4,800 00 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 





92 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



PEOPLES STATE BANK. TURLOCK 

Incorporated May 6, 1907. 



406 



Officers — J. E. Weaver, President, Claus Johnson, Vice President ; Roy E. Weaver, Secretary, 

Treasurer and Cashier ; H. R. Anderson, Lester H. Shock, Assistant Cashiers. 

Directors — M. M. Berg, Peter Erickson, A. L. Foote, Claus Johnson, Chas. Mollard, J. E. 
Weaver, Roy E. Weaver. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 
Loans and discounts including rediscounts 


S344,844 83 


$467,942 41 


$812,787 24 
















762 85 




762 85 








Liability of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptances 








2,590 00 
171,721 94 




2,590 00 


All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 


317,120 00 
41,288 43 
10,848 12 


488,841 94 
41,288 43 
10,848 12 












112,203 33 

27,276 09 

5,368 83 


31,276 57 
24,220 53 


143,479 90 


Actual cash on hand . . . 


51,496 62 




5,368 83 
















Other resources _, .. . 


4,416 87 




4,416 87 








Totals -- 


$669,184 74 
$75,000 00 


$892,696 06 

$35,000 00 
45,000 00 


$1,561,880 80 


LUBILITIES 

Capital paid in . 


$110,000 00 




45,000 00 


All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid. . 


14,581 15 


14,581 15 






Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 


552 18 




552 18 


Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations lepresenting money borrowed, other 














Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank_ 


























423,136 29 




423,136 29 




787,696 06 


787,696 06 




2,864 56 
52,014 32 


2,864 56 


Time certificates of deposit 




52,014 32 










5,708 92 

94,926 14 

401 18 




5,708 92 


State, county and municipal deposits - 


25,000 00 


119,926 14 


United States and pcstal savings deposits 


401 18 


Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 






Acceptances executed by or for account of or under g^iarantee 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
























Totals 


$669,184 74 


$892,696 06 


$1,561,880 80 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 













REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS 
FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK. HEMET 

Incorporated May IS, 1907. 



93 



407 



Officers — I. B. Gibbel, President; H. H. Spaulding, Vice President; C. B. Covell, Cashier; 

Thos. J. Fletcher, Assistant Cashier. 
Directors— C. B. Covell. Thos. J. Fletcher, I. B. Gibbel, J. G. Nelson, H. H. Spaulding, 

W. G. Stevenson, O. F. Stone. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resoijrces 


$227,300 00 


$159,200 00 


$386,500 00 










































37,900 00 
229,700 00 


37,900 00 


All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 


130,700 00 


360,400 00 










10,000 00 
45,011 33 
23,015 41 


10,000 00 

10,000 00 

700 00 


20,000 00 




55,011 33 




23,715 41 






































Totals - -.- 


$436,026 74 

$40,000 00 
25,000 00 
12,000 00 


$447,500 00 

$10,000 00 
35,000 00 


$883,526 74 


Liabilities 
Capital paid in . 


$50,000 00 


Surplus . 


60,000 00 




12,000 00 








Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, ether than 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing ail obligations representing money borrowed, other 








Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 








Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank .,. 
















Dividends unpaid . 










326,246 30 




326,246 30 


Savings deposits . 


402,500 00 


402,500 00 








Time certificates of deposit . 


32,200 00 
130 44 
450 00 




32 200 00 


Certified checks . 




130 44 


Cashiers' checks.. 




450 00 








United States and postal savings deposits... 








Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 
outstanding 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 
of this bank, except those held by this bank 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
exchange 








Other liabihties 
















Totals 


$436,026 74 
$3,250 00 


$447,500 00 
$2,660 00 


$883,526 74 
$5,910 00 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 





94 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



SECURITY SAVINGS BANK OF RIVERSIDE. RIVERSIDE 

Incorporated June 5. 1907. 



408 



Officers — W. G. Fraser, President; S. H. Herrick, Chairman; W. B. Clancy, F. A. Tetley, 
Vice Presidents ; C. O. Evans, Cashier and Treasurer ; C. W. Derby, Assistant Cashier 
and Secretary ; H. L. Hicks, Assistant Cashier and Assistant Secretary ; W. G. Mathews, 
M. E. Bonham, Assistant Cashiers. 

Directors— S. H. Herrick, W. G. Fraser, C. O. Evans, W. B. Clancy, C. E. Brouse, F. A. 
Tetley, E. H. Wood, C. Van Zwalenburg, Chas. L. Reynolds, F. O. Dolson, J. W. Wells, 
Wm. A. Johnson. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resouhces 


$303,372 80 


$2,182,146 72 
51,060 29 


$2,485,519 52 




51,060 29 


Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts 






Overdrafts .. . . 


512 54 




512 54 




















66,011 82 

303,189 12 
32,231 35 
61,930 14 
42,962 51 

481,006 95 

40,499 81 

4,273 28 

49,702 31 


66,011 82 


.411 ether bends, warrants and securities, including premium 
thereon, less all offsetting bend adjustment accounts 


196,887 50 


500,076 62 
32,231 35 






61,930 14 


Due from Federal Reserve Bank 




42,962 51 


Due from other banks . . 


42,679 77 

35,097 78 

17,995 68 

174 23 


523,686 72 




75,597 59 




22,268 96 


Checks and other cash items 


49,876 54 


Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection 




Other resources 
















Totals - .-- 


$596,720 30 

$10,000 00 
50,000 00 


$3,315,014 30 

$190,000 00 
50,000 00 
82,791 60 


$3,911 734 60 


LlABILmES 

Capital paid in 


$200,000 00 


Surplus 


100,000 00 


All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid.. 


82,791 60 


Reserve for interest, taxes, etc. 






Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 
rediscounts 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 
than rediscounts 








Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 








Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Fedeial Reserve 
Bank... 








Deposits due to hanks 








Dividends unpaid 










491,684 74 




491,684 74 


Savings depopits. ... 


2,498,872 61 


2,498,872 61 


Demand certificates of deposit 






Time certificates of deposit- 




143,350 09 


143 350 09 


Certified checks .. 


332 63 
24,113 28 
20,589 65 


332 63 


Cashiers' checks ... 




24,113 28 


State, county and municipal deposits.. 

United States and postal savings deposits 


350,000 00 


370,589 65 


Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 
outstanding 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 
cf this bank, except those held by this bank 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
exchange 








Other liabilities 
















Totals 


$596,720 30 
$2,625 00 


$3,315,014 30 
$31,261 00 


$3,911,734 60 
$33,886 00 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 











REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



95 



MODOC COUNTY BANK. ALTURAS 

Incorporated August 13, 1907. 



416 



Officers — F. E. Bush, President; R .R. Baker, Vice President and Cashier; J. C. Darcey, 
Secretary and Assistant Cashier ; R. E. Routson, O. W. Boyd, Assistant Cashiers. 

Directors — F. E. Bush, R. R. Baker. C. G. Lowell, Fred Ash, L. E. McCulley, Wm. Munroe, 
Henry Kober, O. D. Morsran, W. C. Garrett. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Sa\nngs 


Combined 


Resources 


51,118,941 15 


$154,441 30 


$1,273,382 45 
















4,298 61 




4,298 61 


















109,750 00 

120,106 96 
29,900 00 
7,500 00 
30,000 00 
64,351 16 
35,271 25 


15,900 00 
87,000 00 


125,650 00 


All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 
thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 


207,106 96 
29,900 00 




1,000 00 


8,500 00 




30.000 00 


Due from other banks- . 


13,643 86 
6,069 75 


77,995 02 




41,341 00 


Exchanges for clearing house . 






3,601 63 




3,601 63 










4,635 91 




4,635 91 








Totals 


SI, 528,356 67 

$85,000 00 
45,0f0 00 
24,709 76 


$278,054 91 

$15,000 00 
10,000 00 


$1,806,411 58 


LUBILITIES 

Capital paid in 


$100,000 00 




55,000 00 




24 709 76 


Reserve for interest, taxes, etc . -- . 






Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 
rediscounts 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 








Liabilities for i ediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 








Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank ... 
















Dividends unpaid 








Individual deposits subject to check . . 


794,693 55 




794,693 55 


Savings deposits 


2,52,791 51 


252,791 51 


Demand certificates of deposit . 








417,446 19 
97 .50 

22,0.39 00 
102,163 20 

37,168 97 




417,446 19 


Certified checks .... 




97 50 


Cashiers' checks. 




22,0.39 00 


State, countv and municipal deposits 




102,163 20 


United States and costal savings deposits 




37,168 97 


Letteis of credit and travelers checks sold for cash and now 
outstanding 






Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
exchange 








Other liabilities 


38 50 


263 40 


301 90 






Totals 


$1,528,356 67 
$15,000 00 


$278,054 91 
$2,400 00 


$1,806,411 58 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities. 


$17,400 00 







Note. — The above statement includes the business of branch offices at Cedarville and Fort 
Bidwell. 



96 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



CITIZENS BANK OF ARLINGTON. ARLINGTON 

Incorporated September 27, 1907. 



422 



Officers — W. B. Clancy, President; S. H. Herrick, Vice President; J. W. Wells, Cashier; 

E. C. Bennett, Assistant Cashier. 
Directors— C. E. Brouse, W. B. Clancy, F. O. Dolson, W. G. Fraser, S. H. Herrick, W. A. 

Johnson, C. L. Reynolds, F. A. Tetley, E. H. Wood, J. W. Wells, C. Van Zwaluwenburg. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 



Commercial 



Savings 



Combined 



Resources 

Loans and discounts, including rediscounts 

Bankers' acceptances, including rediscounts... __ 

Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts. 

Overdrafts... 

Customers' liability account acceptances 

Liability of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptances 

United States secuiities owned _._. 

All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all cffsettina bond adjustment accounts.. 
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 

Other real estate owned 

Due from Federal R<^serve Bank 

Due from other banks 

Actual cash on hand , 

Exchanges for clearing house 

Checks and other cash items _. 

Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection 
Other resources 



$302,272 90 



104 91 



33,200 00 

22,887 50 
28,370 00 
900 00 
17,000 00 
95,309 82 
13,169 97 



99 75 
Y,372"34' 



Total. 



LUBILITIES 

Capital paid in 

Surplus. .- 

All undivided profits, less expeases, interest and taxes paid 

Reserve for interest, taxes, etc 

Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 

rediscounts _. 

Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, inulud- 

ino all obligations representing money borrowed, other 

than rediscounts 

Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Resetve Bank 

Liabilities for rediscounts ether than with Federal Reserve 

Bank 

Deposits due to banks 

Dividends unpaid 

Individual deposits subject to check. 

Savings deprsits 

Demand certificates cf deposit 

Time certificates tf deposit 

Certified checks ._ 

Cashiers' checks 

State, county and municipal deposits 

United States and pcstal saving-g deposits 

Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 

outstanding. 

Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 

cf this bank, except those held by this bank 

Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 

exchange 

Other liabilities 



$514,687 19 



$25,000 00 
25,000 00 
19,627 06 



348,597 78 



70,031 31 

28 00 

4,721 16 

15,000 00 

6,545 88 



136 00 



Total. 



Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 



$514,687 19 



$3,458 42 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS 



97 



CUYAMACA STATE BANK. EL CAJON 

Incorporated November 5, 1907. 



426 



Officers— C. S. Judson, President; Harry H. Hill, W. D. Hall, Vice Presidents; A. Rossberg, 

Cashier ; S. Hawes, Assistant Cashier. 
Directors— C. S. Judson, A. Rossberg, Harry H. Hill, H. E. Maydole, W. D. Hall. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resoitbces 


$186,555 97 


$79,442 60 


$265,998 57 








































3,513 50 

137,252 09 
39,170 77 


19,886 25 

64,036 32 
9,772 68 


23,399 75 


All ether bonds, warrants and securities, including p-emium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 


201,288 41 
48,943 45 


Due from Federal Reserve Bank. . . 


6,000 00 

.39,031 56 

14,944 98 

496 51 


3,500 00 
13,585 15 


9,500 00 




52,616 71 


Actual cash on hand ,. ._ 


14,944 98 






496 51 


















619 50 




619 50 








Totals.- 


$427,584 88 

$40,000 00 

40,000 00 

3,051 72 


$190,223 00 

$10,000 00 

2,500 00 

128 22 


$617,807 88 


LlABIUTIES 

Capital paid in.. __ 


$50,000 00 


Surplus . 


42,500 00 


All undirided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid.. 
Reserve for interest, taxes, etc. . . 


3,170 94 


Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 
rediscounts .. . .. . .. 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obli:;ations representing money borrowed, other 
than rediscounts ^ 








Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 








Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 








Deposits due to banks 








Dividends unpaid 


2,500 00 
236,186 28 




2,500 00 


Individual deposits subject to check.. 




236,186 28 


Savings deposits. 


135,432 08 


135 432 08 


Demand certificates cf deposit 






Time certificates of deposit 


18,576 87 

113 50 

3,197 13 

82,276 95 




18 576 87 


Certified checks 




113 50 


Cashiers' checks 




3,197 13 


State, county and municipa 1 deposits 


42,162 70 


124,439 65 


United States and postal savings deposits 




Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 
outstanding 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 
cf this bank, except those held by this bank 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
exchange 










1,682 43 




1 682 43 








Totals 


$427,584 88 
$2,100 00 


$190,223 00 
$1,100 00 


$617,807 88 
$3,200 00 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 





7—69903 



98 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK OF LONG BEACH. LONG BEACH 

Incorporated November 21, 1907. 427 

Officers — C. J. Walker, President; A. R. Montgomery, Gus A. Walker, Vice Presidents; C. E. 
Huntington, Vice President and Cashier ; F. A. Zeigler, R. E. Jennings, E. H. Archer, 
V. W. Sylvester, E. O. Miller, O. E. Wesenberg, D. L. Robbins, R. B. Avery, Assistant 
Cashiers ; D. B. Williams, Auditor. 

Directors— T. W. Williams, W. H. Dunn, B. W. Hahn. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 


$3,239,383 53 


$4,615,071 64 


$7,854,455 17 
















1,113 01 
98,028 25 




1,113 01 


Customers' liability account acceptances 




98,028 25 










451,650 79 

1,367,863 43 

670,845 66 

119,931 64 

466,931 91 

1,255,136 97 

190,463 53 

157,579 52 

22,435 40 

8,364 70 


304,412 92 

19,155 00 
250,000 00 


756,063 71 


All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furriture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 


1,387,018 43 
920,845 66 
119,931 64 




153,000 00 
160,373 49 
26,002 84 


619,931 91 




1,415,510 46 




216,466 37 




157,579 52 






22,435 40 






8,364 70 
















Totals 


$8,049,728 34 

$750,000 00 
100,000 00 
180,977 48 


$5,528,015 89 

$250,000 00 
150,000 00 
101,783 22 


$13,577,744 23 


Liabilities 
Capital paid in 


$1,000,000 00 


Surplus 


250,000 00 


All unJivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid.. 


282,760 70 


Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 








Bilis payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 
















Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 








Deposits due to banks 


256,765 28 

30,000 00 

6,153,654 00 




256,765 28 


Dividends unpaid ... 




30,000 00 






6,153,654 00 




4,286,067 63 


4,286,067 63 








Time csrtificates of deposit 




740,165 04 


740,165 04 


Certified checks .. .. 


1,556 85 
120,400 74 
358,345 74 


1,556 85 






120,400 74 






358,345 74 








Letters ol credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 
outstanding . 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 


98,028 25 




98,028 25 


Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 






Otherliabilities 
















Totals 


$8,049,728 34 
$45,000 00 


$5,528,015 89 
$40,000 00 


$13,577,744 23 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
orliabilities . 


$85,000 00 







Note. — The above statement includes the business of a branch office at East Long Beach. 



REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



99 



FIRST SAVINGS BANK. GLENDORA 

Incorporated January 13, 1908. 



429 



Officers — E. E. Card, President; C. C. Warren, C. W. Richardson, Vice Presidents; C. W. 

Chamberlain, Cashier. 
Directors — Chas. Ragan, J. A. Jones, R. B. Bidwell, A. M. Bernhardt. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 



Commercial 



Savings 



Combined 



Resources 

Loans and discounts, including rediscounts 

Bankers' acceptances, including rediscounts 

Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including aediscounts. 

Overdratts 

Customers' liability account acceptances 

Liability of foreign banks and bankfrs' account of acceptances 

United States securities owned 

All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premum 

thereon, less all oEFsettirg bond adjustment accounts. 
Bank premises, fiiniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 

Other real estate owned 

Due from Federal Reserve Bank 

Due from other banks 

Actual cash on hand 

Exchanges for clearing house 

Checks and other cash items 

Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection 
Other resources 



Total. 



Capital paid in. 
Surplus. 



Liabilities 



All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid. . 

Reserve for interest, taxes, etc.. 

Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 

rediscounts _.. 

Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 

than rediscounts 

Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 

Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 

Bank 

Deposits due to banks 

Dividends unpaid 

Individual deposits subject to check 

Savings deposits 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit 

Cartified checks 

Cashiers' checks 

State, county and municipal deposits 

United States and postsl savings deposits 

Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 

outstandin g 

Acceptarces executed by or for account of or under guarantee 

of this bank, except those held by this bank 

Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 

exchange ._ 

Otherliabilitiee 



10,043 75 



212,818 28 
26,500 00 



9,100 00 

23,525 82 

412 76 



$487,667 33 



$25,000 00 
25,000 00 
29,033 24 



Total. 



Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities.. 



1,250 00 
335" 534 "69" 



3,850 00 

es'ooo'oo" 



$487,667 33 
$1,650 30 



100 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



THE SPALDING COMPANY. LOS ANGELES 

Incorporated March 9, 1908. 



434 



Officers — Rufus P. Spalding-, President ; Eugene Overton, Vice President and Treasurer ; W. T. 

Parks, Secretary. 
Directors — Rufus P. Spalding, James M. Spalding, E. Bonzi, Eugene Overton, W. T. Parks, 

James S. Bodrero, A. Crawford Greene. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Court 
Trusts 


Private 
Trusts 


Combined 


Resources 
















All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 
thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 


$133,954 94 


$135,060 
8,148 


79 
85 


$269,015 73 
8,148 85 


Actual cish on hand 






Advances to tiusts 












427 


58 


427 58 








Totals. 


$133,954 94 

$125,000 00 
4,486 85 
4,468 09 


$143,637 

$125,000 

7,947 

10,690 


22 

00 
21 
01 


$277,592 16 


Liabilities 


$250,000 00 




12,434 06 


All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid- 


15,158 10 


Deposits of money received from executors, administrators. 
































Totiis - - 


$133,954 94 


$143,637 22 


$277,592 16 







REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 
BANK OF BEAUMONT. BEAUMONT 

Incorporated May 13. 1908. 



101 



435 



Officers — K. R. Smoot, President; R. P. Stewart, J. A. Kelly, K. M. Gobin, Vice Presidents; 

E. J. Gillis, Cashier, Secretary and Treasurer; H. Wi Morrison, Assistant Cashier. 
Directors— K. R. Smoot, R. P. Stewart, J. A. Kelly, K. M. Cobin, E. J. Gillis. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 



• 


Commercial 


Sivijgs 


Combined 


Resources 


$265,971 28 






















86 




























All other bonds, w.irraiitB and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 


115,000 00 
30,000 00 

2,374 82 
10,000 00 
47,667 64 

9,918 36 




- 




































8 67 














20 86 












Totd - 


$480,962 49 

$50,000 00 
12,500 00 
40,599 82 






LuBILITIHiS 












All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid. _ 












Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 
















Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank . 


















2,000 00 
177,660 43 




























145,289 14 

162 67 

1,961 46 

50,285 39 






























Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 








Acceptances executed by or foraccouut of or under guarantee 










443 78 






Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 








503 58 












Total. 


$480,962 49 
$3,500 00 






Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 













102 



REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 
BUTTE VALLEY STATE BANK. DORRIS 

Incorporated June 26, 1908. 



436 

Officers — J. D. Waltz, President; C-'ni ries Bernath, Vice President; Wm. G. Hagelstein, Secre- 
tary, Treasurer and Cashier; Clifford W. Sevits, Assistant Cashier. 
Directors — J. D. Waltz, Chatl'ta Bernath, Wm. G. Hagelstein, Geo. R. Pheneger, John Stuart. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 



« Commercial 



Savings 



Combined 



Resobrces 

Loans and disco*inJs, ihcluding rediscounts 

Bankers' acceptarces, including rediscounts 

Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts. 

Overdrafts.--. - 

Customers' liability account acceptances 

Liability of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptances 

¥n4ted"Stites securities owned 

Alfother bonds, wirrants and securities, including premium 

"' -thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

. Bank premises, f urriture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 

Other real estate owned ._ 

Due from Federal Reserve Bank 

Due from other banks 

Actual cash on hand 

Exchanges for clearing house 

Checks and other cash items -. 

Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection.. 
Other resources 



$209,676 73 



761 56 



8,887 03 

59,139 61 

6,828 49 
1,344 52 



14,404 69 
17,311 59 



Total. 



Liabilities 

Capital paid in 

Surplus 

All undivided profits.Iess expenses, interest and taxes paid.. 

Reserve for interest, taxes, etc 

Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 

rediscounts 

Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ 

ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 

than rediscounts 

Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 

Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 

Bank - - 

Deposits due to banks - 

Dividends unpaid 

Individual deposits subject to check 

Savings deposits... 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit 

Certified checks 

Cashers' checks 

State, county and municipal deposits 

United States and postal savings deposits 

Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 

outstanding 

Acopptmces executed by or for account of or under guarantee 

of this bank, except those held by this bank .. 

Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 

exchange - 

Other liabilities 



$318,354 22 



$25,000 00 
9,000 00 
4,531 48 



6,533 32 

482 00 

167,530 86 



71,990 66 



953 33 
32,332 57 



Total. 



Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities -._ -- 



$318,354 22 



1,200 GO 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS 



103 



FAIROAKS BANK. FAIROAKS 

Incorporated April 27, 1909. 



449 



Officers — G. C. Hubbell, President; A. Van Maren, Vice President; Frances F. Hubbell, 

Cashier; Clyde Cutting, Assistant Cashier. 
Directors — A. Van Maren, R. A. Rose, Guy P. Van Maren, Frances F. Hubbell, G. C. Hubbell. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


RESouncBS 
Loans and discounts, including rediscounts ^ 


$78,131 88 


$55,736 99 


$133,868 87 












77 00 




77 00 
























All other bonds, wa-rants and securities, including premium 
thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 


22,044 00 
7,900 00 


9,800 00 


31,884 00 
7,900 00 










2,500 00 

19,081 72 

3,332 01 




2,500 00 


Due from other banks - 


1,300 49 
1,738 95 


20,382 21 
5,070 96 














Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection 








Other resources 
















Totals 


$133,066 61 

$20,000 00 
3,500 00 
3,006 00 


$68,576 43 

$5,000 00 
3,000 00 
2,102 83 


$201,643 04 


LUBILITIIiS 

Capital paid in .. 


$25,000 00 




6,500 00 


All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid-. 
Reserve for interest, taxes, etc 


5,108 83 


Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obliiations representing money borrowed, other 
















Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 








Deposits due to banks 
















Individual deposits subject to check . 


78,310 71 




78,310 71 




58,473 60 


58,473 60 


Demand certificates of deposit . 








10,712 84 




10,712 84 


Certified checks 








2,426 11 
15,110 95 




2,426 11 


State, county and municipal deposits 




15,110 95 


United States and postal savings deposits .. 






Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 








Acceptances executed by or for account c f or under guarantee 
of this bank, except those held by this bank 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 








Other liabilities 
















Totals 


$133,066 61 
$300 00 


$68,576 43 
$200 00 


$201,643 04 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 


$500 00 







104 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



BANK OF LOLETA. LOLETA 

Incorporated September 7. 1910. 



461 



Officers — R. O. Dickson, President; W. F. Dickson, Vice President; A. W. Stewart, Cashier 

and Secretary. 
Directors — R. O. Dickson, W. F. Dickoon, Geo. D. Herrick, C. S. Rasmussen, A. W. Stewart. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 



Commercial 



Sa\'ings 



Combined 



Resottrces 

Loans and discounts, includina rediscounts — 

Baniers' acceptances, including rediscounts 

Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts 

Overdrafts 

Customers' liability account acceptances.. 

Liability of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptances 

United States securities owned _ _ _ _. . . 

All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 

Other real estate owned 

Due from Federal Reserve Bank 

Due from other banks.. 

Actual cash on hand 

Exchanges for clearing house 

Checks and other cash items ... 

Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection 
Other resources 



$36,360 32 



$10,310 00 



203 26 



Totals. 



LUBILITIES 

Capital paid in... 

Surplus 

All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid.. 

Reserve for interest, taxes, etc 

Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 

rediscounts 

Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ^ 

ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 

than rediscounts 

Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 

Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 

Bank 

Deposits due to banks 

Dividends unpaid 

Individual deposits subject to check 

Savings deposits. 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit 

Certified checks 

Cashiers' checks 

State , county and municipal deposits 

United States and postal savings deposits 

Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 

outstanding- 

Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 

of this bank, except those held by this bank 

Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 

exchange 

Other liabilities. 



15,450 00 

7,875 00 

13,000 00 

500 00 

4,000 00 
37,577 07 

7,156 02 



100,845 40 



4,790 69 
4,119 53 



100 00 



$122,221 67 



$15,000 00 

12,000 00 

216 22 



$120,065 62 



$10,000 00 

10,000 00 

280 79 



$46,670 32 



203 26 



15,450 00 

108,720 40 

13,000 00 

500 00 

4,000 00 

42,367 76 

11,275 55 



100 00 



$242,287 29 



$25,000 00 

22,000 00 

497 01 



1,000 00 
73,562 01 



74,784 83 



443 44 
20,000 00 



25,000 00 



Totals. 



Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 



$122,221 67 



$150 00 



$120,065 62 
$250 00 



1,000 00 
73,562 01 
74,784 83 



443 44 
45,000 00 



$242,287 29 
$400 00 



REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



105 



HONGKONG AND SHANGHAI BANKING CORPORATION (BRANCH). 

SAN FRANCISCO 



Incorporated July 20, 1867, in Hongkong. 



468 



Officers at San Francisco— J. R. GillinKham, Agent ; A. R. M. Blackball, Accountant ; O. J. 

Shannon, Assistant. 
Directors— N. S. Brown, Chairman; W. H. Bell, Deputy Chairman; Hon. B. F. Beith, W. L. 

Pattenden. A. H. Conipton, T. A. Plummer, B. Lander Lewis, J. P. Warren, M. T. 

Johnson, T. E. Pearce, all of Hongkong, China. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 



Resources 

Loans and discounts, including rediscounts 

Bankers' acceptances, including rediscounts 

Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts- 
Overdrafts - - -- 

Customers' liability account acceptances 

Liability of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptances 

United States securities owned -.. 

All other bonds, wa-rants and securities, ineludinp premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 

Other real estate owned.. 

Due from Federal R serve Bank 

Due from other banks 

Actual cash on hand 

Exchanges for clearing house 

Checks and other cash items. ..:.. 

Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection 
Other resources 



Total. 



LlABILiriBS 

Capital paid in 

Surplus... _ 

All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid.. 

Reserve for interest, taxes, etc 

Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 
rediscoun ts 

Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 
than rediscounts 

Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 

Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 

Deposits due to banks 

Di\idends unpaid 

Individual deposits subject to check 

Savings deposits 

Demand certificates of deposit. 

Time certificates of deposit.. 

Certified checks 

Cashiers' checks 

State, county and municipal deposits.. 

United States and postal savings deposits 

Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 
outstanding... 

Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 
of this bank, except those held by this bank 

Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
exchange 

Other liabilities. 



Commercial 



$444,771 14 



57,746 09 

Ye'sso'oo' 



115,835 95 
843 61 



27 05 



$666,073 84 



$50,000 00 

12.500 00 

2,230 28 



444,771 14 
'95',664"i5" 



Savings 



Combined 



57,746 09 
'3",i62"23" 



Total. 



$666,073 84 



Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 



106 



REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



BANK OF PERRIS. PERRIS 

Incorporated November 20, 1908. 



470 



Officers — C. R. Stewart, President ; W. G. Stewart, Cashier ; Freda O. Stewart, Secretary and 

Treasurer. 
Directors — W. W. Stewart, T. L. Lanier, C. R. Stewart, Ferdinand Clement, W. G. Stewart. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 



Commercial 



Savings 



Combined 



Rbsotirces 

Loans and discounts, including rediscounts 

Bankers' acceptances, including redisccm ts 

Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts- 
Overdrafts..- 

Customers' liability account acceptances 

Liability of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptances 

United States securities owned 

All other bonds, wa-rants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accoimts. 
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 

Other real estate owned 

Due from Federal Reserve Bank 

Due from other banks 

Actual cash on hand 

Exchanges for clearing house 

Checks and other cash items 

Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection 
Other resources '. , 



$131,410 96 
630"22" 



650 00 



8,001 00 
2,621 49 
4,015 64 
42,482 83 
9,264 52 
505 15 



TotaL 



LUBILITIES 

Capital paid in 

Surplus - 

All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid.. 

Reserve for interest, taxes, etc... _ 

Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 

rediscounts 

Bills payable other than with Fedeial Reserve Bank, includ 

ing all oblis^ations representing money borrowed, other 

than rediscounts _ 

Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 

Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 

Bank 

Deposits due to banks 

Dividends unpaid ^ 

Individual deposits subject to check 

Savings deposits 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates tf deposit- 

Certified checks 

Cashiers' checks - 

State, county and municipal deposits. 

United States and postal savings deposits 

Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 

outstanding... ._ 

Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 

of this bank, except those held by this bank 

Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 

exchange... 

Other liabilities 



$199,581 81 



$25,000 00 

6,250 00 

104 47 



145,370 00 
'22a46'47' 



716 87 



Total. 



Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 



$199,581 81 



$775 00 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



107 



CITIZENS BANK OF SACRAMENTO. SACRAMENTO 

Incorporated October 30. 1909. 



475 



Officers — H. C. Muddox, President; H. C. Bottorff, Vice President; Russell House, Secretary 

and Cashier. 
Directors — H. C. Bottorff, George C. Bassett, Elmer F. Christophel, David Hill, Sr., George 

L. Muddox, H. C. Muddox, George E. Zoller. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 


$240,848 15 


$430,665 33 


$671,513 48 


B inkers' acceptances, including rediscounts 




Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts 










798 42 




798 42 








Liibilitv of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptances 








United Stites securities owned .. . 








All other bonds, w.irrants and securities, including premium 
thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 


209,818 65 


23 05 

34,373 00 

1,500 00 


209,841 70 
34,373 00 


Other real estate owned 

Pnpfmm FeHpml RpsprveRanV 


2,049 75 


3,549 75 




191,023 73 
46,828 94 


16,293 31 
11,000 00 


207,317 04 


Actual cash on hand 


57,828 94 




183 30 




183 30 


Items with Feleral Reserve Bank in process of collection 






















Totals .. 


$691,550 94 

$27,500 00 
50,000 00 
18,079 31 


$493,854 69 

$22,500 00 

27,500 00 

1,000 00 


$1,185,405 63 


LlABn.ITIES 


$50,000 00 




77,500 00 


All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid.. 


19,079 31 


Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligitions representing money borrowed, other 
















Liibiiities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 
















Dividends unpaid 










525,386 88 




525,386 88 




442,854 69 


442,854 69 




1,648 42 


l,-648 42 


Time certificates of deposit . 








61 39 
18,874 94 
50,000 00 




61 39 






18,874 94 






50,000 00 








Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 








.Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 








Liability account acceptances executed to famish dollar 








Other liabilities 
















Totals 


$691,550 94 
$1,000 00 


$493,854 69 
$500 00 


$1,185,405 63 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 


$1,500 00 







108 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



RUSS-WILLIAMS BANKING COMPANY. FERNDALE 

Incorporated November 17, 1909. 



477 



Officers — Frank G. Williams, President ; Wm. N. Russ, Geo. M. Brice, Vice Presidents. 
Directors — Frank G. Williams, Wm. N. Russ, Geo. M. Brice, Chris P. Hansen, R. S. Feenaty. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resourcf.s 


$88,816 00 


$81,610 00 


$170,426 00 
















83 16 




83 16 






Liibility of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptances 










4,782 05 

79,938 22 
1,400 00 


17,754 42 
382,821 87 


22,536 47 


All other bonds, w .rrrnts and sscuritics, includirg premium 

thereon, less all ofFsettirg bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, f un.itiire and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 


462,760 09 
1,400 00 
















81,584 34 
17,494 49 


27,966 98 
11,962 66 


109,551 32 




29,457 15 






































Totals - . - - 


$274,098 26 

$25,000 00 
25,000 00 
12,129 33 


$522,115 93 

$25,000 00 

25,000 00 

5,535 12 


$796,214 19 


Liabilities 


$50,000 00 




50,000 00 


All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid. . 


17,664 45 


Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 
















Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 


















2,000 00 
178,335 22 




2,000 00 






178,335 22 




452,580 81 


452,580 81 










5,905 40 

5 00 

723 31 

25,000 00 




5,905 40 






5 00 






723 31 


State, county and municipal deposits 


14,000 00 


39,000 00 


Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
























Totals 


$274,098 26 
$1,554 28 


$522,115 93 
$1,428 18 


$796,214 19 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabiliites 


$2,982 46 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



109 



THE LINDSAY SAVINGS BANK. LINDSAY 

Incorporated March 3. 1910. 



485 



Officers— Ernest L. Daniells, President; F. F. Hostetter, Vice President; R. E. Wolf, Cashier, 
Manager and Secretary ; Gertrude M. Pfrimmer, Assistant Secretary and Assistant Cashier ; 
Stary Gange, M. A. Jenvey, Assistant Cashiers. 

Directors— Ernest L. Daniells, F. F. Hostetter, R. E. Wolf, J. V. Godding, W. S. Sulser, 
J. S. Graves, C. B. Bowker. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 


$121,634 42 


$440,438 21 


$562,072 63 






Notes, (ir.ifts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts 










329 86 




329 86 


















9,989 38 
142,796 53 




9,989 .38 


All other bands, wirrants and securities, including premium 
thereon, less all offsotting bond adjustment accounts 


130,932 80 
17,879 96 
3,986 00 


273,729 33 
17,879 96 






3,986 00 


Due from Federal Reserve Bank 








67,941 61 

21,446 67 

6,103 71 

4,438 35 


43,341 28 
15,000 00 


111,282 89 


.\ctual c xsh on hand _ 

Exchanges for cleiring house 


36,446 67 
6,103 71 






4,438 35 
























Totals --__ 

LUBILITIES 

Capital paid in . . -.. 


$374,680 53 

$22,500 00 

24,500 00 

6,686 73 


$651,578 25 

$37,500 00 
23,000 00 
10,242 86 


$1,026,258 78 
$60,000 00 


S'jrplus- 


47,500 00 


All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid. . 
Reserve for interest, taxes, etc 


16,929 59 


Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 
rediscounts-- ., . -.. .. 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all qiligitions representing money borrowed, other 
















Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 








Deposits due to bT.nka 








Dividends unpaid _ 


3,000 00 
295,961 28 


1,200 00 
548J35"39' 


4,200 00 
295,961 28 




548,735 39 








Time certificates of deposit-- _ _- - - .. 




7,400 00 


7,400 00 


Certified checks . --_ 






Cishiers' checks . . . . 


7,936 22 
14,096 30 


23,566'66" 


7,936 22 


State, county and mun icipal deposits 


37,596 30 


Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 
outstanding __ __ 








Accept mces executed by or for account of or under guarantee 








Liabilit.v account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 








Other liabilities 
















Totals 


$374,680 53 
$1,000 00 


$651,578 25 
$2,500 00 


$1,026,258 78 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 


$3,500 00 







110 



REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS 



THE REDDING SAVINGS BANK. REDDING 

Incorporated March 23. 1910. 



487 



Officers — E. C. Frisbie, President ; W. D. Tillotson, Vice President ; Ed S. Reynolds, Secretary 

and Treasurer. 
Directors — £. C. Frisbie, W. D. Tillotson, Edwin Moore, Mark Firth, J. A. Young-. 



STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 






Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resotirces 




$1,152,154 51 










Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts 




10,000 00 






























120,520 83 
582,627 79 




All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 
























34,992 12 
55,459 16 
10,213 19 










































1,532 39 










Total 




$1,967,499 99 

$110,000 00 

43,000 00 

44,158 07 

5,623 00 




LUBILITIES 






Surplus - 






All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid_. 












Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 






Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all o'jLgations representing money borrowed, other 
















Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 




















45 00 














1,694,926 28 


























Cishers' checks . . -- 












60,000 00 










Letters of 'credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 








Accept irces executed by or for account of or under guarantee 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 












9,747 64 










Total 




$1,967,499 99 




Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 















REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



111 



RIVERA STATE BANK. RIVERA 

Incorporated May 5, 1910. 



493 



Officers — L. W. Houghton, President ; Osburn Burke, Vice President ; F. H. Tieskoetter, 

Cashier. 
Directors— G. W. Goodell, T. E. Newlin, Geo. E. Triggs, E. S. Johnson, Osburn Burke, L. W. 

Houghton, F. H. Tieskoetter. 



STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 






Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 


$173,685 24 






















212 22 




























All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 


175,799 05 
7,000 00 












Other real estate owned . . 






Due from Federal Reserve Bank 








Due from other banks ... . 


29,489 24 
22,226 20 






Actual cash on hand 












Checks and other cash items 








Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection 








Other resourtes .. 
















Total 


$408,411 95 

$25,000 00 

19,000 00 

6,934 03 






LuBILITIEa 

Capital paid in 






Surplus - 






All undi\-ided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid.. 






Reserve for interest, taxes, etc. . .. 






Bills paj'able with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 
rediscounts.. 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 
than rediscounts 


40,000 00 






Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 






Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 








Deposits due to banks 








Dividends unpaid 


1,250 00 
159,221 68 






Individual deposits subject to check 






Sa\'in?9 deposits 






Demand certificates of deposit- 








Time certificates of deposit 


108,223 99 






Certified checks 






Cashiers' checks ... . 


3,782 25 
45,000 00 






State, county and municipal deposits 






United States and postal savinss deposits 






Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 
outstanding __ 








Acceptances executed hv or for account of or under guarantee 
of this bank, except those held by this bank. . . 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
exchange 








Other liabilities. 
















Total 


$408,411 95 






Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 















112 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS 



SEBASTOPOL SAVINGS BANK. SEBASTOPOL 

Incorporated December 18. 1909. 



494 



Officers — W. W. Monroe, President; Geo. P. McNear, Vice President; E. N. Paulson, Cashier; 

G. E. Burch, J. H. Caniff, Assistant Cashiers. 
Directors — W. W. Monroe, Geo. P. McNear, E. N. Paulson, D. D. Sinclair, Charles G. Martin, 

D. V. Williams, K. Denman McNear. 



STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 






Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 




S615,963 83 














































73,189 00 
37,121 42 




All other bonds, war'-ants and securities, including premium 






Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 








17,234 76 














29,407 66 
18,337 62 
















Checks and other cash items 




















755 47 










Total .. . 




$792,009 76 

$25,000 00 
50,000 00 
12,666 43 




L1ABILITIE8 






Surplus 


















Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 
















Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 
























Individual deposits subject to check. 












682,343 33 


















Certified checks 








Cashiers' checks.- 








State, county and municipal deposits . . 




22,000 00 










Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 
outstanding 








Acceptances executed bv or for account of or under guarantee 
of this bank, except those held by this bank 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 








Other liabilities 
















Total 




$792,009 76 
$15,700 00 




Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 













REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



113 



THE BANK OF HUGHSON. HUGHSON 

Incorporated November 9, 1910. 



802 



Officers— A. N. Crow, President; A. A. Gait, Vice President; C. L. Gait, Cashier; M. A. Gait, 

Assistant Cashier. 
Directors— A. N. Crow, A. A. Gait, F. M. Hudclson, J. T. Halford, C. L. Gait. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


RESotmcKS 


$159,079 11 


$74,563 17 


$233,642 28 














Overdrafts . .. .. 


295 33 




295 33 


















15,356 88 

25,760 00 

3,600 00 

500 00 




15,356 88 


All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 




25,760 00 


Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 


5,000 00 


8,600 00 
500 00 


Due fiom Federal Reserve Bank . 






Due from other banks 


29,409 56 
10,152 41 


2,108 70 
2,200 00 


31,518 26 


Actual cash on hand 


12,352 41 






Checks and other cash items 


2,500 00 




2,500 00 








Other resources . 


1,800 00 




1,800 00 








Totals 


$244,196 29 

$20,000 00 

15,000 00 

1,280 92 


$83,871 87 

$5,000 00 
5,000 00 


$328,068 16 


Liabilities 
Capital paid in 


$25,000 00 


Surplus .. 


20,000 00 




1 280 92 


Reserve for interest, taxes, etc. 






Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, ether than 
rediscounts 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing al] obligations representing money borrowed, other 


30,000 00 




30,000 00 








Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 








Deposits due to banks 








Dividends unpaid . 










130,220 63 




130,220 63 


Savings deposits . 


73,871 87 


73,871 87 




82 50 
11,634 56 


82 50 


Time certificates of deposit- . 




11,634 56 


Certified checks 






Cashiers' checks 


1,456 26 
34,521 42 




1,456 26 


State, county and municipal deposits . . 




34,521 42 


United States and postal savings deposits 






Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 
outstanding... 








Acceptances executed by or for account r.f or under guarantee 
of this bank, except those held bv this back. 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
exchange ... 








Other liabilities 
















Totals 


$244,196 29 


$83,871 87 


$328,068 16 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 













8—69903 



114 



REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



THE VACAVILLE SAVINGS BANK. VACAVILLE 

Incorporated October 26, 1910. 



503 



Officers — W. B. Attkisson, President; S. P. Dobbins, Vice President; E. C. Andrews, Secre- 
tary and Treasurer ; M. W. Brazelton, Cashier. 

Directors— W. B. Attkisson, Chas. Neil, M. W. Brazelton, S. P. Dobbins, C. J. Uhl, E. C. 
Andrews, F. H. Clark. 



STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 






Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 




$418,668 10 


















































All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 




99,942 79 






















12,000 00 
13,483 06 
















Exchanges for clearing house 








































Total 




$544,093 95 

$25,000 00 
25,000 00 
13,245 34 




Liabilities 






Surplus 












Reserve for interest, taxe,«, etc. 






Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, othei 
than rediscounts . 
















Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank. 








Deposits due to banks . . 












1,750 00 














436,563 61 




Demand certificates of deposit . ... 






Time certificates of deposit . . ... 




1,000 00 


















State, county and municipal deposits 




41,535 00 




United States and postal savings deposits 






Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 








Acceptpnces executed by cr for account of cr under guarantee 
of this bank, except those held by this bank 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
exchange .. 








Other liabilities 
















Total 




$544,093 95 
$10,500 00 




Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities... 













REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS 



115 



BANK OF FOLSOM. FOLSOM 

Incorporated November 14, 1910. 



504 



Officers — I. Hinkle, President ; J. L. Patterson, Vice President ; H. Clemensen, Secretary, 

Cashier and Treasurer. 
Director.^ — I. Hinkle, J. L. Patterson, G. A. Bauer, Andrew Turner, J. T. Wall, W. M. 

Rumsey, Jr., H. Clemensen. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 


8114,975 41 


$304,926 73 


$419,902 14 
















154 58 




154 58 




















300 00 
274,215 90 


300 00 


All other bonds, warrarts and securities, includirg premium 

thareon , 1 ess all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 


86,352 00 
12,500 00 


360,567 90 
12,500 00 


4,907 97 
10,000 00 
20,218 12 

4,739 14 


4,907 97 




9,526 57 

35,354 14 

6,426 30 


19,526 57 




55,572 26 


Actual cash on hand .-- 


11,165 44 




526 16 




526 16 










266 07 




266 07 








Totals 

Liabilities 


$266,081 23 

$25,300 00 

17,000 00 

3,669 64 


$619,307 86 

$24,700 00 
31,000 00 
11,893 30 


$885,389 09 
$50,000 00 




48,000 00 


All uudivi.led profits.lessexpenses.interestand taxes paid- 


15,562 94 


Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all ojligitions representing money borrowed, other 








Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 








Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 


















3,000 00 
179,445 24 




3,000 00 






179,445 24 




526,714 56 


526,714 56 


Demand C3rtificates of deposit . ._ 


193 00 

10,400 00 

7 34 

2,056 00 

25,000 00 


193 CO 






10,400 00 


Certified checks . 




7 34 






2,056 00 




25,000 00 


50,000 00 






Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 
outstanding. 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 








Other liabilities 


10 01 




10 01 








Totals 


$266,081 23 


$619,307 86 


$885,389 09 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 













116 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



ANTIOCH BANK OF SAVINGS. ANTIOCH 

Incorporated November 12, 1910. 



507 



Officers— J. A. West, President; J. G. Prewett, Vice President; H. A. West, Cashier; V. M. 

Parachini, Mary Irwin, Assistant Cashiers. 
Directors — J. A. West, H. A. West, Wm. Uren, O. E. Klengel, John McAravy, J. G. Prewett, 

B. B. Horr. 



STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 






Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Rbsodrces 




$333,251 54 




Bankers' acceptances, including rediscounts.- 






Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts 
























Liability of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptances 








U"ited States securities owned - 




10,000 00 

94,750 65 
1,100 00 
4,750 62 
3,000 00 

21,940 30 
6,500 00 




All other bonds, warrants and sscurities, including premium 


















Due from Federal Reserve Bank 
































Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection.. 








Other resources 
















Total 




$475,293 11 

$25,000 00 

16,000 00 

3,362 32 




LUBILITIES 












All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid 












Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 








Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank. 








Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 




















1,000 00 














379,930 79 






































50,000 00 










Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
























Total . .... 




$475,293 11 
$5,000 00 




Interest earned but not ooUected, not included in resources 













REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



117 



BANK OF SAN RAFAEL. SAN RAFAEL 

Incorporated December 23, 1910. 



511 



Officers — M. J. Pedrotti, President; E. B. McNear, Vice President; W. P. Murray, Vice Presi- 
dent and Cashier ; A. C. Latno, Assistant Cashier and Secretary ; W. M. Crane, Assistant 
Cashier and Assistant Secretary. 

Directors— M. J. Pedrotti, E. B. McNear, W. P. Murray, A. M. Newhall, R. H. Trumbull, 
J. A. Saunders, M. T. Freitas. 



STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 






Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resourcbs 




$2,287,466 76 
















Overdrafts .. 




























60,000 00 

448,900 88 
9,000 00 




All other bonds, wirrarts and securities, including premium 






















46,500 00 
134,976 68 
23,634 35 
















Exchanges for clearing house.. 










29 17 










Other resources. . .. 
















Total 




$3,010,507 84 

$100,000 00 
100,000 00 
63,325 75 




LUBILITIES 

Capital paid in . . 






Surplus 


















Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 
rediscounts 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 








ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 
thanreiiscounts _. 








Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank ^ 








Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 








DepositR due to h.inks 








Dividends unpaid 








Individual deposits subject to check 








Savings deposits 




2,547,182 09 




Demand certificates of deposit 






Time certificates of deposit 








Certified checks 








Cashiers' checks .. 








State, county and municipal deposits 




200,000 00 




United States and postal savings deposits 






Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 
outstanding ._ _ . 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 
of this bank, except those held by this bank 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
exchange __ 








Other liabilities 
















Total 




$3,010,507 84 
$6,846 55 




Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 




- - - ■ 









118 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



THE HOLTVILLE BANK. HOLTVILLE 

Incorporated December 23, 1910. 

Officers — S. E. Shaw, President; G. H. Mills, Cashier. 

Directors— O. N. Shaw, D. B. Roberts, R. W. Hoover, S. E. Shaw. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 
\ 



514 



Commercial 



Savings 



Combined 



Resources 

Loans and discounts, including rediscounts 

Bankers' acceptances, including rediscounts 

Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts 

Overdrafts-.. 

Customers' liability account acceptances 

Liibility of foreign banks and baakers' account of acceptances 

United States securities owned 

All oth^r bonds, Wirrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, f arniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 

Other real estate owned 

Due from Federal Reserve Bank.. 

Due from other banks 

Actual cish on hand 

Exchanges for clearing house 

Checks and other cash items 

Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection 
Other resources 



$173,752 10 



$59,432 32 



386 47 
5,000 00 



41,702 09 
46,611 00 



15,789 98 

34,490 61 

4,805 09 

413 80 

267 53 



11,950 00 

16,054 91 

10,000 00 

1,968 73 

3,500 00 

19,299 44 



1,595 26 



Totals. 



Liabilities 

Capital paid in 

Surplus 

All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid . . 

Reserve forinterest, taxes, etc 

Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 

rediscounts 

Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ 

ing all obligations representing money borrowed, othpr 

than rediscounts... - 

Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bark 

Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 

Bank ._ 

Deposits due to banks 

Dividends unpaid 

Individual depof its subject to check 

Savings deposits 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit 

Certified checks 

Cashiers' checks 

State, county and municipal deposits. 

United States and postal savings deposits 

Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 

outstanding 

Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 

of this bank, except those held by this bank 

Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 

exchange 

Other liabilities 



$346,613 93 



$65,000 00 
2,500 00 
3,322 47 



$122,205 40 



$10,000 00 



10,000 00 

Vo",6oo"oo 



$233,184 42 



386 47 
5,000 00 



33,750 00 

57,757 00 

56,611 00 

1,968 73 

19.289 98 

53,790 05 

4,805 09 

413 80 

267 53 



1,595 26 



$468,819 33 



575,000 00 
2,500 00 
3,322 47 



10,000 00 



155,529 93 



101,205 40 



45,742 60 



2,568 92 
61,950 01 



11,000 00 



Totals. 



Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 



$346,613 93 
$4,500 00 



$122,205 40 
$1,100 00 



155,529 93 
101,205 40 



45,742 60 



2,568 92 
72,950 01 



$468,819 33 
$5,600 00 



REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS 



119 



KINGSBURG BANK. KINGSBURG 

Incorporated February 3, 1911. 



515 



Officers — J. L. Norman, Chairman of the Board; C. E. Fosberg, President; Philip G. Peterson, 
Vice President; O. E. Peterson, Cashier; W. C. Nelson, Assistant Cashier. 

Directors — J. L. Norman, C. E. Fosberg, Philip G. Peterson, John Peterson, F. G. Anderson, 
A. T. Carlson, O. E. Peterson. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 



Commercial 



Savings 



Combined 



Resources 

Loans and discounts , including rediscounts 

Bankers' acceptances, including rediscounts 

Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts 

Overdrafts _ - 

Customers ' liability account acceptances 

Liability of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptances 

United States securities owned _ _ — 

All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 

Other real estate owned 

Due from Federal Reserve Bank -. 

Due from other banks 

Actual cash on hand 

Exchanges for clearing house 

Checks and other cash items 

Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection. . 
Other resources 



$311,109 40 
324"54' 



Totals. 



LUBILITIES 

Capital paid in : 

Surplus - ..... 

All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid.. 

Reserve for interest, taxes, etc 

Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 
rediscounts 

Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 
than rediscounts. 

Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 

Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 

Deposits due to banks 

Dividends unpaid 

Individual deposits subject to check 

Savings deposits 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit 

Certified checks 

Cashiers' checks 

State, county and municipal deposits.. 

United States and postal savings deposits 

Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 
outstanding 

Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 
of this bank, except those held by this bank 

Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
exchange 

Other liabilities 



95,250 00 

32,770 00 
102,700 00 
1,545 46 
27,157 24 
17,339 95 
12,243 61 



3 15 
1,513 77 
1,860 18 



$307,207 84 



$618,317 24 
324"54 



2,100 00 

27,980 00 
42,300 00 
40,152 71 
12,000 00 
7,790 90 
1,184 86 



$603,817 30 



$80,000 00 

40,000 00 

4,142 42 



15,000 GO 



110,608 64 



$440,716 31 



$30,000 00 
20,000 00 



97,350 00 

60,750 00 
145,000 00 
41,698 17 
39,157 24 
25,130 85 
13,428 47 



3 15 
1,513 77 
1,860 18 



$1,044,633 61 



$110,000 00 

60,000 00 

4,142 42 



15,000 00 



110,608 64 



212,445 94 



6,306 56 

28,984 33 

163 00 

3,009 19 
94,182 98 

8,974 24 



386,710 87 



4,005 44 



212,445 94 

386,710 87 

6,306 56 

28,984 33 

163 00 

3,009 19 

98,188 42 

8,974 24 



Totals. 



Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 



$603,817 30 
$9,000 00 



$440,716 31 
$11,000 00 



$1,044,533 61 
$20,000 00 



120 



REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS 



BANK OF CERES. CERES 

Incorporated March 29, 1911. 



517 



Officers — V. D. Whitmore, President; W. R. Service, Vice President; Arthur L. Harris, 
Cashier, Secretary and Treasurer; Jacob O. Bowman, Assistant Cashier. 

Directors — V. D. Whitmore, W. R. Service, W. W. Giddings, F. W. Moffet, H. E. Service, 
T. E. Wilson, Arthur L. Harris. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resoubces 


$130,714 68 


$123,891 20 


$254,605 88 
















127 03 




127 03 


Customers' liability account acceptances 






Liability of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptances 








United States securities owned 








All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all oflfsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises , furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 


70,841 43 
11,550 00 


22,016 11 
¥,635'26" 


92,857 54 

11,550 00 

5,035 26 


Pup frnni PpHpral Rpspryp R?vnlf 






Due from other banks - 


28,542 19 
11,770 18 


5,250 43 
3,500 00 


33,792 62 




15,270 18 








5 00 




5 00 


Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection 






















Totals 


$253,550 51 

$40,000 00 
10,000 00 
4,749 92 


$159,693 00 

$10,000 00 
10,000 00 


$413,243 51 


LUBILITIBS 


$50,000 00 


Surplus _. ---- 


20,000 00 
4,749 92 








Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 


15,000 00 




15,000 00 








Liabilities for redisoouuts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank - 
























Individual deposits subject to check 


130,982 40 


Yl9",693"66" 


130,982 40 




119,693 00 




105 16 
5,603 17 


105 16 






5,603 17 










1,014 40 
46,095 46 




1,014 40 




20,000 00 


66,095 46 






Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
























Totals . . 


$253,550 51 
$1,250 00 


$159,693 00 
$750 00 


$413,243 51 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 


$2,000 00 







REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



121 



MARINE BANK OF SANTA MONICA. SANTA MONICA 
Incorporated May 6, 1911. 



519 



Officers — Herman Michel, President ; Ray J. Folks, Vice President ; R. L. Angell, Vice Presi- 
dent and Cashier ; W. A. Blackburn, Kenneth Hills, Julius Rupp, Assistant Cashiers. 

Directors — Herman Michel, Ray J. Folks, A. C. Corrington, Chas. J. Lick, Austin McFadden, 
H. W. Reed, Arthur C. Verge. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 


$541,955 61 


$518,404 34 


$1,060,359 95 
















1,190 85 




1,190 85 


















19,161 88 

198,063 92 

26,315 82 

1,500 00 

21,112 84 

101,049 21 

34,579 63 

25,992 09 

751 73 




19,161 88 


All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 


15,186 61 
1,250 00 


213,250 53 

27,565 82 

1,500 00 




2,366 24 

10,779 84 

9,880 92 


23,479 08 


Due from other banks 


111,829 05 




44,460 55 




25,992 09 






751 73 










1,330 81 




1,330 81 








Totals 


$973,004 39 

$80,000 00 
4,000 00 
12,040 16 


$557,867 95 

$35,000 00 
19,500 00 


$1,530,872 34 


LUBILITIBS 

Capital paid in 


$115,000 00 


Surplus ... 


23,500 00 




12,040 16 


Reserve for interest, taxes, etc. 






Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 
















Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 








Deposits due to banks 


















765,657 37 




765,657 37 




403,993 03 


403,993 03 








Time certificates of deposit. - -. . - - 




99,374 92 


99,374 92 


Certified checks 






Cashiers' checks 








State, county and municipal deposits. . . 


110,000 00 




110,000 00 








Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 
outstanding... 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 
of this bank, except those held by this bank 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
exchange- 








Other liabilities . 


1,306 86 




1,306 86 








Totals 


$973,004 39 


$557,867 95 


$1,530,872 34 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 













Note. — The above statement includes the business of a branch office at Ocean Park. 



122 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



SAN DIMAS SAVINGS BANK. SAN DIMAS 

Incorporated July 3, 1911. 



524 



Officers — W. A. Johnstone, President; Frank H. Harwood, L. S. Taylor, Vice Presidents; 

Fay C. Marchant, Secretary ; R. W. Teague, Assistant Secretary. 
Directors — W. H. Collins, Frank H. Harwood, W. A. Johnstone, J. J. Maechtlen, L. S. 

Taylor, Fay C. Marchant, H. E. Walker. 



STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1 


329 






Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 




$214,111 07 


















































All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 




111,928 50 






























35,493 80 
7,100 00 
















































Total... 




$368,633 37 

$25,000 00 

25,000 00 

4,048 54 




Liabilities 
Capital paid in. . .. 
























Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 
















Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 




































275,084 83 




Demand certificates of deposit . 










7,000 00 






















32,500 00 




United States and postal savings deposits..., 






Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 
of this bank, except those held by this bank. . 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
























Total 




$368,633 37 
$2,200 00 




Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 













REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS 123 

FIRST SAVINGS BANK OF SAN JACINTO. SAN JACINTO 

Incorporated July 21, 1911. 526 

Officers — E. O. Ingalls, President ; John Shaver, Vice President ; Harry C. Dane, Cashier, 
Secretary and Treasurer ; Helen L. Wilhelm, Assistant Cashier, Assistant Secretary. 

Directors — W. B. Clancy, E. O. Ingalls, John Shaver, B. H. Crow, Chas. A. Auld, Mark 
Worden, M. S. Glasser, Earl H. Ingalls, Henry M. Jones. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 



Commercial 



Savings 



Combined 



Resources 

Loans and discounts, including rediscounts 

Bankers' acceptances, including rediscounts _ 

Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts 

Overdrafts 

Customers' li ibility account acceptances 

Liablity of foreign banks and bankers account of acceptances 

United States securities owned 

All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 

Other real estate owned 

Due from Federal Reserve Bank. 

Due from other banks 

Actual cash on hand 

Exchanges for clearing house 

Checks and other cash items 

Items with Federal Reserve Bardc in process of collection.. 
Other resources .- 



Total - 



LUBILITIES 

Capital paid in 

Surplus 

All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid.. 

Reserve for interest, taxes, etc 

Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 

rediscounts , i--. 

Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 

than rediscounts _ 

Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank. _ 

Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 

Bank-.- 

Deposits due to banks 

Dividends unpaid - 

Individual deposi ts subject to check 

Savings deposits 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit- 

Certified checks - 

Cashiers' checks.. 

State, county and municipal deposits - 

United States and postal savings deposits - . .. 

Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 

outstanding 

Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 

of this bank, except those held by this bank 

Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 

exchange 

Other liabilities 



$136,075 51 
"""2",566'66" 



16,491 75 

53,220 64 
1,530 00 
3,325 00 



12,680 43 

5,900 47 

60 00 



.S231,783 80 



825,000 00 

5,800 00 

12,085 03 



Total - 



Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 



176,394 77 
4"6o' 



12,500 00 



$231,783 80 
$1,765 68 



124 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS 



BANK OF MILPITAS. MILPITAS 

Incorporated August 4, 1911. 



530 



Officers — E. P. Giacomazzi, President; F. O. Reed, J. W. Smith, Vice Presidents; Charles 

Brandt, Secretary ; A. L. Crabb, Cashier. 
Directors — E. P. Giacomazzi, F. O. Reed, J. W. Smith, Earnest A. Smith, J. F. Smith, Charles 

Brandt, Elsie M. Giacomazzi, C. L. Witten. A. L. Crabb. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 


$36,455 65 


$122,492 78 


$158,948 43 


Bankers' acceptances, including rediscounts.. 




































United States securities owned . 


21,797 33 

23,327 90 
800 00 


29,258 00 

49,352 84 
3,800 00 


51,055 33 


All other b'nis, warrants and securities, including premum 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts. . 
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 


72,680 74 
4,600 00 




4,615 40 

42,102 21 

3,172 65 


5,000 00 

24,958 49 

1,329 05 


9,615 40 




67,060 70 




4,501 70 


Exchanges for clearing house 




Checks and other cash items 








Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection 








Other resources . . 
















Totals 


$132,271 14 

$16,000 00 

10,500 00 

4,518 07 


$236,191 16 

$24,000 00 
16,500 00 
3,249 37 


$368,462 30 


Liabilities 
Capital paid in.. 


$40,000 00 


Surplus 


27,000 00 


All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid.. 


7,767 44 


Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 
















Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 


















44 00 
94,871 02 




44 00 






94,871 02 




192,441 79 


192,441 79 




1,078 05 
5.260 00 


1,078 05 






5,260 00 
































Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
























Totals 

Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 


$132,271 14 


$236,191 16 


$368,462 30 











REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



125 



NORTHERN SOLANO SAVINGS BANK. DIXON 

Incorporated December 12, 1911. 



540 



GflRcers — P. M. Doyle, President; R. E. L. Stephens, Vice President; A. C. Madden, Cashier; 

Dorothy Rott, Gladys Clark, Assistant Cashiers. 
Directors — P. M. Doyle, R. E. L. Stephens, A. C. Madden, J. L. Kilkenny, Otto Eggert, 

J. J. Clark. Stuart Grady, W. R. Madden, J. P. Thomsen. 



STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 






Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 




$208,096 96 










Notes, draffs or bills of exchange, including rediscounts 
























Liability of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptances 
















All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 




195,646 68 
35,600 00 




Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 






















46,574 09 
12,849 43 
























Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection 
























Total 




$498,767 16 

$50,000 00 

20,000 00 

5.123 87 




LUBILITIES 






Surplus -- - - 


















Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 
















Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank... . 




































355,893 29 


















Certified checks 




















67,750 00 




United States and postal savings deposits 






Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 








Other liabilities . . . . . 
















Total 




$498,767 16 
$1,500 00 




Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 













126 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



INDIAN VALLEY BANK. GREENVILLE 

Incorporated January 2, 1912. 



541 



Officers — Wm. B. Perry, President ; R. E. Lozano, Vice President ; Cecilia M. Chamberlain, 

Vice President and Cashier. 
Directors — W. B. Perry, Cecilia M. Chamberlain, J. A. Perry, J. Baccala, R. E. Lozano, Icia 

A. Quigley, Pearl H. Lawrence. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 


$120,897 68 


$102,475 00 


$223,372 68 
















184 55 




184 55 








Liability of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptances 










1,414 06 

26,016 16 
5,381 00 




1,414 06 


.411 other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 


9,067 53 


35,083 69 
5,381 00 








1,000 00 

12,325 84 

8,685 42 




1,000 00 




2,000 00 
4,072 81 


14,325 84 




12,758 23 








67 06 




67 06 










3,. 500 00 




3,500 00 








Totals - 


$179,471 77 

$37,500 00 

5,700 00 

38 94 

136 82 


$117,615 34 

$12,500 00 

2,140 00 

15 14 


$297,087 11 


Liabilities 


$50,000 00 


Surplus --- 

All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid . _ 


7,840 00 

54 08 

136 82 


Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 






Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 
















Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 
















Di viden ds unpaid - 


2,000 00 
108,210 81 




2,000 00 




108,210 81 




102,960 20 


102,960 20 










1,132 70 




1,132 70 










2,752 50 
22,000 00 




2,752 50 






22,000 00 








Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
























Totals - - --. 

Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 


$179,471 77 
$1,418 37 


$117,615 34 


$297,087 11 
$1,418 37 









REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



127 



EL SEGUNDO STATE BANK. EL SEGUNDO 

Incorporated January 27, 1912. 



542 



Officers — S. F. Shumaker, President; Edward Elliott, Vice President; Fred B. Neeland, Cashier. 
Directors — S. F. Shumaker, Fred B. Neeland, Edward Elliott, H. B. Raney, M. A. Thompson, 
T. W. Johnson, A. B. Jones. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 


$12,965 08 


$135,393 76 


$148,358 84 














































All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 


29,612 98 
12,500 00 


51,133 40 
23,650 00 
10,649 98 
5,700 00 
17,693 32 


80,746 38 
36,150 00 
10,619 98 


Due from Federal Reserve Bank . . 




5,700 00 




10,883 08 
3,552 11 


28,.576 40 


Actual cash on hand . 


3,552 11 








Checks and other cash items 
















Other resources . 
















Totals 


$69,513 25 

$11,000 00 

1,500 00 

178 80 


$244,220 46 

$14,000 00 

11,000 00 

1,962 04 


$313,733 71 


LUBILITIES 

Capital paid in 


$25,000 00 


Surplus 


12,500 00 


All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid. . 
Reserve for interest, taxes, etc. 


2,140 84 


Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 
rediscounts 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 








Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 








Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 








Deposits due to banks 








Dividends unpaid 


750 00 
29,810 06 




750 00 


Individual deposits subject to check 




29,810 06 


Savings deposits 


207,578 79 


207,578 79 


Demand certifica tes of deposit . 






Time certificates of deposit .. 




9,282 25 


9,282 25 


Certified checks 






Cashiers' checks... 


409 32 
25,814 36 




409 32 


State, county and municipal deposits 




25,814 36 


United States and postal savings deposits ... 






Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 
outstanding 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 
of this bank, except those held by this bank 








Liability accoimt acceptances executed to furnish dollar 








Other liabilities 


50 71 


397 38 


448 09 






Totals 


$69,513 25 


$244,220 46 


$313,733 71 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 













128 REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 

BANK OF GALT. GALT 

Incorporated April S, 1912. 550 

Officers — W. C. Anderson, President and Cashier ; F. M. Janes, Vice President ; Charles L. 
Genasci, Assistant Cashier, Secretary and Treasurer ; M. B. Anderson, Assistant Cashier. 
Directors — -W. C. Anderson, F. M. Janes, Chas. L. Genasci, M. B. Anderson, W. B. Sawyer. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 
Loans and discounts , including rediscounts 


$136,486 03 


$145,710 73 


$282,196 76 














Overdrafts 


296 20 




296 20 




















27,378 13 

74,912 10 
23,500 00 


27,378 13 


All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 
Other real estate owned 


28,595 00 

10,876 10 

200 00 

4,000 00 
32,388 73 

9,027 05 


103,507 10 

34,376 10 

200 00 


Due from Federal Reserve Bank . 


6,000 00 
8,111 05 


10,000 00 


Due from other banks . . . 


40,499 78 




9,027 05 








Checks and other cash items 








Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection 
























Totals 


$221,869 11 
$25,000 00 


$285,612 01 

$10,000 00 
14,000 00 


$507,481 12 


LUBILITIES 

Capital paid in 


$35,000 00 


Surplus.. 


14,000 GO 




2,637 98 


2,637 98 


Reserve for interest, taxes, etc. 






Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 
rediscounts .. . 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 








Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 








Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank . 
















Dividends unpaid 


1,755 00 
174,319 69 




1,750 00 






174,319 69 


Savings deposits 


226,608 81 


226,608 81 


Demand certificates of deposit . . .. 


150 00 

7,204 60 

750 00 

10,028 69 


150 00 


Time certificates of deposit ... 




7,204 60 


Certified checks 




750 00 


Cashiers' checks.. 




10,028 69 


Seate, county and municipal deposits 


35,000 00 
3 20 


35,000 00 


United States and postal savings deposits 




3 20 


Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 






Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 
of this bank, except those held by this bank 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
exchange.. ... . . . . 










28 15 




28 15 








Totals 


$221,869 11 
$1,500 00 


$285,612 01 
$1,200 00 


$507,481 12 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 


$2,700 00 



REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 129 

FIRST SAVINGS BANK OF HEALDSBURG. HEALDSBURG 

Incorporated March 16, 1912. 551 

Officers— C. W. Weaver, President; J. H. Miller, Vice President; L. J. Hall, Cashier; R. R. 

Dennes, W. B. York, G. J. Foster, Assistant Cashiers. 
Directors— J. T. Coffman, Jos. T. Grace, L. J. Hall, J. A. McMinn, J. H. Miller, Nettie I. 

Snook, C. W. Weaver. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 




$882,842 83 


































Liability of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptances 












90,792 00 




All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 


















9,412 11 














91,633 78 
26,368 42 
















Checks and other cash items 
















Other resources- 
















Total 




$1,101,049 14 

$50,000 00 
60,000 00 
43,040 71 




LUBILITIES 

Capital paid in 






Surplus 






All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid-. 






Reserve for interest, taxes, etc 






Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 
rediscounts _ . 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 
than rediscounts 








Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank . .. 








Liabilities for rediscoimts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank _,- 








Deposits due to banks 








Dividends unpaid 




3,000 00 










Savings deposits 




945,008 43 




Demand certificates of deposit . _ 






Time certificates of deposit 








Certified checks ..... 








Cashiers' checks 








State, county and municipal deposits 








United States and postal savings deposits 








Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 
outsttinding 








Acceptances executed by or for account o f or under guarantee 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
exchange _ 








Other liabilities 
















Total 




$1,101,049 14 
$20,000 00 




Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 













9—69903 



130 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS 



COMMERCIAL AND SAVINGS BANK OF SUTTER COUNTY. YUBA CITY 

Incorporated May IS, 1912. 553 

Officers — Alvin Weis, President; Geo. Walton, Vice President; E. C. Littleton, Cashier. 
Directors — F. W. Cooper, Geo. Fred Otis, Geo. Walton, H. A. Walton, Alvin Weis. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 



Commercial 



Savings 



Combined 



Resources 

Loans and discounts, including rediscounts. 

Bankers' asoeptances, including rediscounts 

Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts. 

Overdrafts 

Customers' liability account acceptances 

Liability of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptances 

United States securities owned . . 

All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 

Other real estate owned 

Due from Federal Reserve Bank 

Due from other banks_ _ _ 

Actual cash on hand 

Exchanges for clearing house 

Checks and other cash items 

Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection 
Other resources 



$87,553 89 



$325,715 20 



98 41 



35,045 00 



71,000 00 



306,274 82 
25,000 00 



6,586 02 
6,173 11 
3,0.^58 71 
1,796 29 



10,401 60 

57,616 39 

3,183 78 



38 00 



Totals. 



Liabilities 

Capital paid in 

Surplus.. 

All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid.. 

Reserve for interest, taxes, etc 

Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 

reiiscounts _ - 

Bills payable oth^r than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all ibligations representing money borrowed, other 

than rs discounts 

Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 

Liatilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 

Bank 

Deposits due to banks 

Dividends unpaid 

Individual deposits subject to check 

Savings deposits 

Demand cjrtificates of deposit 

Time c3rtifioates of deposit 

Certified checks 

Cashiers' checks 

State, county and municipal deposits 

United States and postal savings deposits 

Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 

outstanding 

Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 

of this bank, except those held by this bank 

Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 

exchange. 

Other liabilities 



$140,311 43 



$25,000 00 
20,000 00 



$799,229 79 



$75,000 00 
35,000 00 
24,980 36 



$413,269 09 



98 41 



71,000 00 



341,319 82 
25,000 00 



10,401 60 

64,202 41 

9,356 89 

3,058 71 

1,796 29 



38 00 



$939,541 22 



$100,000 00 
55,000 00 
24,980 36 



60,666 20 



4,084 95 



565,749 43 



2,500 00 



5,560 28 
25,000 00 



75,000 00 
21,000 00 



Totals. 



Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities _._ 



$140,311 43 



$500 00 



$799,229 79 



$10,000 00 



60,666 20 

565,749 43 

4,084 95 

2,500 00 



5,560 28 

100,000 00 

21,000 00 



$939,541 22 



$10,500 00 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS 



131 



ESCALON STATE BANK. ESCALON 

Incorporated June 13, 1912. 



560 



Officers — S. J. Irwin, President; C. M. Carlson, Vice President; H. L. Morgenson, Cashier; 

Esther Hulteen, Assistant Cashier. 
Directors — S. J. Irwin, C. M. Carlson, Otto Peterson, B. Bonelli, C. T. Brayton. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resodkces 
Loans and discounts, including rediscounts 


$177,901 94 


$85,637 92 


$263,539 86 
















681 92 




681 92 


















100 00 

56,724 74 
11,200 00 
1,374 45 
5,000 00 
25,407 56 
12,850 78 




100 00 


All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 




56,724 74 






11,200 00 




4,620 00 

2,780 03 

6,183 97 

669 15 


5,994 45 


Due from Federal Reserve Bank 


7,780 03 




31,591 53 


Actual cash on hand . . 


13,519 93 






Ohpcks .inH otiipr cash it.ptriK 


26 68 




26 68 








Other resources . - 
















Totals 


$291,268 07 

$40,000 00 

10,000 00 

12,425 49 

650 97 


$99,891 07 

$10,000 00 
1,500 00 


$391,159 14 


Liabilities 
Capital paid in. 


$50,000 00 


Surplus 


11,500 00 


All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid.. 


12,425 49 






650 97 


Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 
rediscounts . . _ _ . 






Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 
than rediscounts 


17,500 00 




17,500 00 


Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 






Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank... 








Deposits due to banks.. 








Dividends unpaid . . 








Individual deposits subject to check 


146,961 98 




146,961 98 


Savings deposits ... 


88,191 07 


88,191 07 


Demand certificates of deposit 






Time certificates of deposit 


28,602 65 




28,602 65 


Certified checks 






Cashiers' checks... ... 


3,696 38 
30,000 00 




3,696 38 


State, county and municipal deposits . . 




30,000 00 


United States and postal savings deposits 






Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 
outstanding 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 
of this bank, except those held by this bank 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
^exchange 








other liabilities 


1,430 60 




1,430 60 








Totals 


$291,268 07 
$2,500 00 


$99,891 07 
$1,700 00 


$391,159 14 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 


$4,200 00 







132 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



FIRST BANK OF JAMESTOWN. JAMESTOWN 

Incorporated June 11, 1912. 



566 



Officers — W. E. Booker, President ; G. N. Porter, Vice President ; J. B. Ryan, Secretary and 

Cashier ; Chas. F. Butterfield, Assistant Secretary and Cashier. 
Directors — W. E. Booker, P. Barendregt, Edward Martin, G. N. Porter, Edwin L. Forster. 



STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 






Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resoukces 
Loans and discounts, including rediscounts 




$52,226 74 




Bankers' acceptances, including rediscounts... -. 










































2,492 63 

24,592 03 
2,182 50 
8,227 65 




All other bonds, warrants and securities, includirg premium 
thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 






Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 






















11,027 46 
7,901 22 
















Checks and ojiher cash items . .. - 




11 12 




Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection. 






















Total 




$108,661 35 
$25,000 00 




Liabilities 






Surplus - - - 










12,752 26 










Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 








Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 








Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 




















25 














45,884 09 






































25,000 00 










Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
























Total 




$108,661 35 
$796 00 




Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 













REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



133 



CITIZENS STATE SAVINGS BANK. GARDENA 

Incorporated September 6, 1912. 



569 



Officers — D. N. Towne, President; August Cost, Vice President; J. J. Bruckshaw, Cashier; 

B. Bruckshaw, Assistant Cashier. 
Directors — Walter Bodger, J. J. Bruckshaw, August Cost, Shuler Dunn, W. S. Rosecrans, 

W. J. .Simms, D. N. Towne. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 




$1.57,279 61 










Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts 










' 




. — 










Liability of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptances 












30,269 79 

65,059 30 
3,103 76 
1,668 77 




All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 




























23,254 93 
10,008 91 
























Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection.. 
























Total - 




$290,645 07 

S25,000 00 
6,250 00 
2,484 15 




Liabilities 












All undivided profits , less expenses, interest and taxes paid . . 












Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 
rediscounts 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 








Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 








Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 




































231,581 92 
























• 














25,000 00 










Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 












329 00 










Total - . 




$290,645 07 
$1,000 00 




Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 













134 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



THE SOUTHERN COUNTY BANK. ANAHEIM 

Incorporated September 20, 1912. 



571 



Officers— J. W. Phelps, President; C. Klingerman, A. Nagel, Vice Presidents; H. A. Hawley, 
Vice President, Cashier and Secretary ; James A. Fay, Treasurer ; Silas S. Orr, Louis A. 
Fry, C. A. Jones, Assistant Cashiers ; F. R. Greamba, Assistant Secretary. 

Directors — Wm. Abplanalp, J. D. Cleminson, James A. Fay, H. A. Hawley, F. C. Herbert, 
Chas. E. Jones, C. Klingerman, Geo. B. Miller, A. Nagel, Paul Frahm, J. W. Phelps, 
F. P. Sappington, Wm. Schumacher, J. H. Sotow, H. E. Warren. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 


$769,279 95 


$381,903 65 


$1,151,183 60 


Bankers' acceptances, including rediscounts . _ 


Notes, drafts or bills ofexchange, including rediscounts 








Overdrafts _ . 


684 36 




684 36 


Customers' liability account acceptances 






Li ibiUty of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptances 








United States securities owned- _. 




30,922 79 
176,562 23 


30,922 79 

201,637 23 
13,000 00 


All other bands, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less alloffsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 


25,075 00 
13,000 00 


Other real estate owned- 






Due from Federal Reserve Bank 




15,091 92 

126,359 00 

6,237 25 


15 091 92 




47,808 64 

29,539 65 

15,636 65 

6,215 21 


174 167 64 




35 776 90 




15,636 65 






6,215 21 


Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection. . 








25,510 08 




25,510 08 






Totals... .- - -. 


$932,749 54 

$95,000 00 
15,000 00 
38,037 81 


$737,076 84 

$35,000 00 
25,000 00 


$1,669,826 38 

$130,000 00 
40,000 00 


Liabilities 
Capital paid in 


Surplus - - - 


Allundivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid. _ 


38,037 81 


Reserve for interest, taxes, etc. . 






Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 
rediscounts-. . 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 


25,000 00 




25,000 00 


Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 






Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 


















3,933 00 
646,991 19 




3,933 00 






646,991 19 


Savings deposits.. - 


452,056 31 


452.056 31 




1,417 53 


1,417 53 




45,020 53 


45,020 53 




60 00 
64,781 16 
42,500 00 


60 00 






64,781 16 




180,000 00 


222,500 00 


United States and postal savings deposits . 




Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 










28 85 




28 85 








Totals 


$932,749 54 
$3,525 00 


$737,076 84 
$3,650 00 


$1,669,826 38 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 


$7,175 00 







Note. — The above statement includes the business of branch offices at El Monte, Buena Park 
and Cypress. 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



135 



CITIZENS SAVINGS BANK OF PASADENA. PASADENA 

Incorporated September 26, 1912. 



573 



Officers — W. H. Hubbard, President; M. Vilas Hubbard, Vice President; H. D. Machin, 
Secretary- Cashier ; J. L. Partridge, H. W. Lindsay, C. E. Burke, Assistant Cashiers; 
W. F. Flory, Assistant to President and Auditor. 

Directors — \V. H. Hubbard, M. Vilas Hubbard, H. D. Machin, Roy R. Hunger, Ward 
Rubendall, John C. Coy, Harvey J. Forbes. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 



Commercial 



Savings 



Combined 



Resources 

Loans and discounts, including rediscounts 

Bankers' acceptancps, including rediscounts... 

Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including red'scounts 

Overdrafts _-_ 

Customers' liability account acceptances 

Liability of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptances 

United States securities owned 

Allother bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 

Other real estate owned 

Due from Federal Reserve Bank 

Due from other banks 

.Actual cash on hand 

Exchanges for clearing house 

Checks and other cash itema.. 

Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection.. 
Other resources 



$775,889 73 



$1,360,614 80 



$2,136,504 53 



2,046 69 



2,046 69 



459,473 95 
91,048 70 



100,531 82 



976,751 71 
152,982 05 



100,531 82 



1,436,225 66 
244,030 75 



85,880 39 

126,229 06 

51,350 07 

43,413 31 

3,346 34 



76,300 00 

45,296 06 

4,275 75 



162,180 39 

171,525 12 

55,625 82 

43,413 31 

3,346 34 



Totals. 



LUBILITIES 

Capital paid in 

Surplus - 

All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid. . 

Reserve for interest, taxes, etc 

Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 

rediscounts 

Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing ail obligations representing money borrowed, other 

than rediscounts 

Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 

Liabilities for rediscoimts other than with Federal Reserve 

Bank 

Deposits due to banks. 

Dividends unpaid 

Individual deposits subject to check _ 

Savings deposits 

Demand certificates of deposit - 

Time certificates of deposit 

Certified checks _ 

Cashiers' checks _. 

State, county and municipal deposits 

Ignited States and postal savings deposits _.- 

Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 

outstanding... 

Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 

of this bank, except those held by this bank. _.- 

Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 

exchange 

Other liabilities 



$1,638,678 24 



$150,000 00 
50,000 00 
29,715 59 



$2,716,752 19 



$150,000 00 

25,000 00 

182,998 97 



$4,355,430 43 



$300,000 00 

75,000 00 

212,714 56 



150,000 00 



21,125 70 

7,500 00 

1,185,877 19 



792 42 
39,286 32 



1,587,697 82 
""287',7u'i9' 



21,125 70 

7,500 00 

1,185,877 19 

1,587,697 82 



462,000 00 
16,025 46 



4,000 00 



287,711 19 
792 42 

39,286 32 
462,000 00 

16,025 46 

4,000 00 



381 02 



5,318 75 



5,699 77 



Totals. 



$1,638,678 24 



$2,716,752 19 



$4,355,430 43 



Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities ._ 



136 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



CALIFORNIA TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK. SACRAMENTO 

Incorporated November 21, 1912. 



577 



Officers — C. F. Dillman, Chairman of the Board ; Fred W. Kiesel, President ; A. B. Carter, 
Vice President and Cashier ; F. H. Pierce, Fred L. Martin, J. I. Brunschwiler, C. C. Cotter, 
J. F. Azevedo, J. C. Wilson, H. M. Weston, A. S. May, Vice Presidents; Chas. S. King, 
F. A. Roblin, D. A. Sherwin, E. J. Rader, W. J. Kamenzind, J. W. Haley, Darrell Hodge, 
Assistant Cashiers. 

Directors — Clarence H. Breuner, John S. Brown, A. B. Carter, John Clauss, Robert T. Devlin, 
Chas. F. Dillman, Scott F. Ennis, W. F. Geary, Marshal Hale, Henry A. Heilbron, 
Fred W. Kiesel, J. Roy Kruse, Chas. J. Mathews, Geo. J. Meister, Arthur E. Miller, 
J. L. Nagle, Emery Oliver, Wm. R. Pentz, Frank J. Ruhstaller, E. L,. Shelley, Robt. 
Swanston, W. C. Wright. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Court 
Trusts 


Private 
Trusts 


Combined 


Resources 
Loans and discounts, including 


$426,380 89 


$11,476,703 09 


$40,000 00 


$68,941 57 


$12,012,025 55 


Bankers' acceptances, including 




Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, 
including rediscounts 














8,753 17 








8 753 17 


Customers' liability account 










Liability of foreign banks and 
bankers on account of accept- 
















504,498 83 

5,364,375 11 

14.382 79 
461,739 10 






504,498 83 


All other bonds, warrants and 
securities, including premium 
thereon, less all offsetting 
bond adjustment accounts 

Bankpremises.furiiitureand fix- 
tures and safe deposit vaults . 


302,001 90 
13,117 46 


138,424 70 
99 96 


32,676 79 
146 58 


5,837,478 50 

27.746 79 
461,739 10 














152,172 34 
59,786 47 


1,637,809 00 
418,757 17 


193 12 


3,981 37 


1,794,155 83 




478,543 64 












6,671 88 








6,671 88 


Items with Federal Reserve 


























4,185 54 






4,185 54 












Totals 


$968,884 11 

$50,000 00 
75,000 00 


$19,882,450 63 

$300,000 00 
445,000 00 


$178,717 78 

$50,000 00 
100.000 00 


$105,746 31 

$50,000 00 
50,000 00 


$21,135,798 83 


Liabilities 


$450,000 00 




670,000 00 


Amount segregated for protec- 
tion of court and private 
trusts, national banks only.- 




All undivided profits, less ex- 
penses, interest and taxes paid 


7,234 66 
2,989 06 


40,118 61 
344,598 94 


28,717 78 


5,746 31 


81,817 36 
347,588 00 


Bills payable with Federal 
Reserve Bank other than 








Bills payable other than with 
Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing allobligations representing 
money borrowed, other than 












Liabilities for rediscounts with 












Liabilities for rediscounts other 
than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 




































Individual deposits subject to 


623,761 12 








623.761 12 




17,755,111 59 






17.755,111 59 




798 00 

162,767 65 

1,646 11 

7,904 09 






798 00 


Time certificates of deposit . 


76,205 21 






238,972 86 


Certified checks 






1,646 11 


Caebierg' checks 








7.904 09 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 137 

CALIFORNIA TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK. SACRAMENTO— Continued 





Commercial 


Savings 


Court 
Trusts 


Private 
Trusts 


Combined 


LuBiUTiKS— Continued 
Statp, county and municipal 


$24,540 97 


$900,000 00 






$924,540 97 


United States and postal savings 








Letters of credit and travelers' 
checks sold for cash and now 












Acceptances executed by or for 
account of or under guarantee 
of this bank, except those 












Liability account acceptances 
executed to furnish dollar 












Deposits of money received 
from executors, administra- 
tors, guardians, assignees. 


























12,242 45 


21,416 28 






33,658 73 










Totals 


$968,884 11 


$19,882,450 63 
$139,340 97 


$178,717 78 


$105,746 31 


$21,135,798 83 


Interest earned but not col- 
lected, not included in re- 















Tbust Resources 


Court Trusts 


Teust Lubilitibs 


Court Trusts 


Personal assets received from executors, 
administrators, guardians, assignees, 
receivers or trustees 


$49,356 50 
2,340,545 58 
1,167,688 53 

200,691 25 


Personal assets received from executors, 
administrators, guardians, assignees. 


$49,356 50 


Trust investments, personal property... 

Trusts investments, real property 

Duefrom banks 


Trusts held in capacity of executor, 
administrator, guardian, assignee, 


3,708,925 36 




Private trusts, specially designated and 
construed as court trusts, under 












Total 




Total 


$3,758,281 86 


$3,758,281 86 







Note. — The above statement includes the business of branch offices at North Sacramento, 
lone, LrOomis and Arbuckle. 



138 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



FIRST BANK OF HERMOSA BEACH. HERMOSA BEACH 

Incorporated January 3, 1913. 



579 



Officers — R. E. Matteson, President; Irving H. Hellman, Vice President; G. S. Thatcher, 
Vice President and Cashier ; R. D. Cowley, Secretary and Assistant Cashier ; C. E. Cum- 
mings, Assistant Cashier. 

Directors — R. E. Matteson, G. S. Thatcher, Irving H. Hellman, F. L. Ryder, J. P. Luxford. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 



Resources 

Loans and discounts, including rediscounts 

Bankers' acceptances, including rediscounts 

Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts 

Overdrafts 

Customers' liability account acceptances 

Liability of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptances 

United States securities owned _ 

All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 

Other real estate owned 

Due from Federal Reserve Bank 

Due from other banks - _ 

Actual cash on hand - 

Exchanges for clearing house 

Checks and other cash items 

Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of coUect'on. . 
Other resources - - 



Totals. 



Liabilities 

Capital paid in 

Surplus 

All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid.. 

Reserve for interest, taxes, etc 

Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 

rediscounts - 

Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 

than rediscounts 

Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank. _ 

Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 

Bank .- 

Deposits due to banks 

Dividends unpaid . 

Individual deposits subject to check 

Savings deposits 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit. 

Certified checks _ _ 

Cashiers' checks 

State, county and municipal deposits 

United States and postal savings deposits.. 

Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 

outstanding 

Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 

of this bank, except those held by this bank,..-. 

Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 

exchange 

Other liabilities 



Commercial 



$77,477 85 



104 34 



25,000 00 



118,400 98 
13,475 15 



11,034 67 

8,871 91 

542 29 

125 07 



$255,032 26 



$30,000 00 
7,300 00 
1,661 54 



Savings 



$141,498 72 



11,405 30 

55,640 05 

23,500 00 

1,037 84 

3,500 00 

17,707 47 

5,534 81 



$259,824 19 



$20,000 00 
5,000 00 



Combined 



$218,976 57 



104 34 



36.405 30 

174,041 03 

36,975 15 

1,037 84 

3,500 00 

28,742 14 

14.406 72 
542 29 
125 07 



$514,856 45 



$50,000 00 

12,300 00 

1,661 54 



20 00 
110,873 87 



175,152 19 



1 00 

3 00 

4,298 37 

99,778 02 



9,672 00 

5o",o5o"6o" 



1,096 46 



Totals. 



$255,032 26 



$259,824 19 



Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 



20 00 
110,873 87 
175,152 19 



9,673 00 

3 00 

4,298 37 

149,778 02 



1,096 46 



$514,856 45 



Note. — The above statement includes the business of a branch office at Second and Camino 
Real, Hermosa Beach. 



REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



139 



THE BANK OF ESPARTO. ESPARTO 

Incorporated March 6, 1913. 



582 



Officers — M. O. Wyatt, President; J. L. Stephens, Vice President; John Winter, Secretary; 

F. W. Nissen, Cashier; F. N. Paterson, Assistant Cashier. 
Directors — M. O. Wyatt, John L. Stephens, John E. Winter, F. M. Wyatt, C. S. Mast, 

J. W. Neilson, F. W. Nissen. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 



Commercial 



Savings 



Combined 



Resources 

Loans and discounts, including rediscounts - _ 

Bankers' acceptances, i ncluding rediscounts 

Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts 

Overdrafts.-- 

Customers' liability account acceptances _ 

Liability of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptances 

United St:ites securities owned -_--_ 

All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtflres and safe deposit vaults 

Other real estate owned -- 

Due from Federal Reserve Bank 

Due from other banks 

Actual cash on hand _ 

Exchanges for clearing house _ - --- 

Checks ana other cash items _ 

Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection.. 
Other resources - - 



$140,735 16 
"""2",634'02" 



$153,382 80 



$294,117 



2,034 02 



19,128 90 

3,000 00 

12,200 87 

5,000 00 

5,278 56 

7,507 36 



3,500 00 
38,800 00 



3,500 00 
2',274"30" 



3,500 00 

57,928 90 
3,000 00 

12,200 87 
8,500 00 
5,278 .56 
9,781 66 



109 28 

"iio'oo' 



109 28 

'ii5'o6 



Totals - 



LuBiLrnBS 

Capital paid in 

Surplus ---- 

All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid . . 

Reserve for interest, taxes, etc 

Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 

rediscounts 

Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 

than rediscounts 

Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 

Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 

Bank 

Deposits due to banks 

Dividends unpaid 

Individual deposits subject to check 

Savings deposits 

Demand cjrtificates of deposit 

Time C3r tificates of deposit 

Certified checks 

Cashers' checks.. 

State, county and municipal deposits 

United States and postal savings deposits 

Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 

outstanding 

.Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 

of this bank, except those h 'Id by this bank 

Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 

exchange 

Other 1 labil ities 



$195,104 15 



$20,000 00 

10,000 00 

6,753 07 



$201,457 10 



$7,700 00 
10,000 00 



$396,561 25 



$27,700 00 

20,000 00 

6,753 07 



15,000 00 



15,000 00 



1,108 00 
113,864 86 



163,757 10 



1,108 00 
113,864 86 
163,757 10 



23,900 00 

4,000 00 

460 22 



20,000 00 



23,900 00 

4,000 00 

460 22 

20,000 00 



18 00 



18 00 



Totals. 



$195,104 15 



$201,457 10 



$396,561 25 



Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities - 



140 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



AMADOR VALLEY SAVINGS BANK. PLEASANTON 

Incorporated March 1, 1913. 



583 



Officers — A. B. Pickard, President; H. P. Mohr, Vice President; Claude Smallwood, Cashier; 

Gather Hampton, Assistant Cashier. 
Directors — Randolph Apperson, Adolph Bouke, Henry Reimers. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 



Commercial 



Savings 



Combined 



Resources 

Loans and discounts, including rediscounts 

Bankers' acceptances, including rediscounts 

Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts 

Overdrafts 

Customers' liability account acceptances 

Liability of foreign banisB and bankers' account of acceptances 

United States securities owned 

All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, jess all oifsettirg bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, f iirr iture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 

Other real estate owned. 

Due from Federal Reserve Bank 

Due from other banks 

Actual cash on hand 

Exchanges for clearing house 

Checks and other cash items 

Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection.. 
Other resources 



Total. 



Liabilities 

Capital paid in 

Surplus 

All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid. . 

Reserve for interest, taxes, etc 

Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 

rediscounts 

Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing ail obligations representing money borrowed, other 

than rediscounts 

Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank... 

Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 

Bank - 

Deposits due to banks.. 

Dividends unpaid 

Ind ividual deposits subject to check 

Savings deposits 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit 

Certified checks.. — - 

Cashiers' checks 

State , county and municipal deposits 

United States and postal savings deposits 

Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 

outstanding 

Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 

of this bank, except those held by this bank 

Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 

exchange _ 

Other liabilities 



$425,065 21 



11,926 27 

159,327 07 
4,693 42 

34,197 56 
7,000 00 

22,344 94 
4,750 35 



$669,304 82 



$50,000 00 

33,000 00 

3,222 37 



Total. 



Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 



2,024 00 
"48V,058"45" 



100,000 00 



$669,304 82 
$2,909 79 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



141 



LE GRAND BANK. LE GRAND 

Incorporated April 1, 1913. 



585 



Officers — E. T. Cunningham, President; F. A. Bondshu, Vice President; A. J. Grasmoen, 

Cashier and Secretary. 
Directors — E. T. Cunningham, F. A. Bondshu, R. A. Carr, Geo. Schwinn, Leslie Kahl, D. 

I. Waltz. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 


$119,191 91 


$70,123 22 


$189,315 13 
















99 56 




99 56 
























All other bonds, wirrants and securities, includirg premium 
thereon, less a'l offsetting bond adjustmert accounts 


17,480 86 
1.888 14 


15,668 46 


33,149 32 
1,888 14 




3,000 00 


3,000 00 




4,000 00 

44,045 29 

5,550 72 


4,000 00 




2,126 07 
2,835 52 


46,171 36 


Actual cash on hand 


8,386 24 




















610 73 




610 73 








Totals - 


$192,867 21 

$20,000 00 

8,200 00 

10,255 50 


$93,753 27 

$5,000 00 
3,300 00 


$286,620 48 


LUBILITIBS 


$25,000 00 




11,500 00 


All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid . . 


10,255 50 








Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 
rediscounts 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 








Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 








Liabilities for reJiscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank_.. . . , .... 
























Individual deposits subject to check 


114,867 11 




114,867 11 




85,453 27 


85,453 27 


Demand certificates of deposit 








7,300 00 




7,300 00 


Certified checks 








19,344 60 
12,900 00 




19,344 60 






12,900 00 


United States and postal savings deposits 






Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 
outstanding... . . 








Acceptmces executed by or for account of or under gjarantee 
of this bank, except those held bv this bank 


-- - 






Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
exchange. 








Otherliibilities 
















Totals 


$192,867 21 
$230 00 


$93,753 27 
$125 00 


$286,620 48 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 


$355 00 







142 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



SANTA YNEZ VALLEY BANK. SOLVANG 

Incorporated May 8, 1913. 



590 



Officers — Harald Harkson, President; P. B. Montanaro, Vice President; Soren Madsen, Secre- 
tary, Cashier and Treasurer. 

Directors — Harald Harkson, P. B. Montanaro, Jas. D. Lowsley, Alden March Boyd, William 
H. Cooper, Marcus Nielsen, Harold H. Davis. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commerojal 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 

Loans and discounts, including rediscounts - _.. 

Bankers' acceptances, including rediscounts.- 


$131,025 07 


$95,179 47 


$226,204 54 










Overdrafts... 


128 80 




128 80 


















3,500 00 

49,388 28 
18,430 00 
10,056 88 

8,600 00 
22,121 67 

8,385 35 


3,000 00 
6,234 45 


6,500 00 


All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furriture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 


55,622 73 
18,430 00 






10,056 88 






8,600 00 




5,770 36 
2,887 30 


27,892 03 


Actual cash on hand 


11,272 65 


































Totals . -. 


$251,636 05 

$20,000 00 

5,000 00 

721 41 


$113,071 68 

$5,000 00 
5,400 00 


$364,707 63 


Liabilities 


$25,000 00 




10.400 00 




721 41 








Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 
rediscounts 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 
















Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 
















Dividends unpaid . 


1,000 00 
159.568 31 




1,000 00 






159,558 31 




102,671 58 


102,671 58 










38,399 55 

79 00 

1,877 78 

25,000 GO 




38,399 55 






79 00 






1,877 78 






25,000 00 








Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or underguarantee 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
























Totals 


$251,636 05 
$1,236 00 


$113,071 58 
$906 47 


$364,707 63 


Interest earned bat not collected, not included in resources 


$2,142 47 







REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS 



143 



BANK OF DAVIS. DAVIS 

Incorporated May 8, 1913. 



591 



Officers — G. J. Haussler, President; F. P. Wray, Vice President, Cashier, Treasurer and 

Secretary; Wilson Kleespie, Virginia Sanders, Assistant Cashiers. 
Directors— G. J. Haussler, J. W. Campbell, F. P. Liggett, F. W. Palmer, F. A. Plant, J. B. 

Anderson, F. P. Wray. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 


$143,890 82 


$151,909 63 


$295,800 45 
















401 11 




401 11 
























All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 


104,289 50 
14,457 79 


80,558 57 
2 00 


184,848 07 
14,459 79 




7,019 00 
63,450 58 
12,975 36 


3,000 00 
8,471 57 
8,238 98 


10,019 00 




71,922 15 




21,214 34 






































Totals -- 


$346,484 16 

$20,000 00 
23,000 00 
22,056 37 


$252,180 75 

$5,000 00 

15,000 00 

86 97 


$598,664 91 


Liabilities 
Capital paid in . .. 


$25,000 00 




40,000 00 


Allundivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid . . 


22,143 34 


Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 




• 












Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 


















1,676 50 
158,012 85 




1,676 50 






158,012 85 




207,093 78 


207,093 78 










83,595 88 




83,595 88 


















36,142 56 


25,665 66 


61,142 56 






Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
























Totals 


$346,484 16 
$2,000 00 


$252,180 75 
81,500 00 


$598,664 91 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
orliabilities _ . 


$3,500 00 







144 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



THE BANK OF CORNING. CORNING 

Incorporated July 9, 1913. 



593 



Officers — J. Le Roy Donnovan, President; C. D. Hill, Vice President and Cashier; L. L- 

Million, Assistant Cashier. 
Directors — J. Le Roy Donnovan, W. N. Woodson, C. W. Million, John Saldubehere, C. D. Hill. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resotjbcbs 


$280,724 21 


$292,2ir 63 
7,793 37 


$572,941 84 




7,793 37 


Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts 






Overdrafts . 


207 85 




207 85 


Customers' liability account acceptances 














United States securities owned _ _ ___ - . . _ 

All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 


10,600 00 

103,219 90 
6,028 08 


4,500 00 
122,700 00 


15,100 00 

225,919 90 
6,028 08 


Other real estate owned . . . . 








6,500 00 
70,914 75 
19,232 94 




6,500 00 




21,784 91 
10,365 47 


92,699 66 


Actual cash on hand 


29,598 41 










Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection 










2,137 83 




2,137 83 








Totals. 


$499,565 56 

$55,000 00 
12,000 00 
7,504 24 


$459,361 38 

$25,000 00 

15,000 00 

2,023 10 


$958,926 94 


LuBILimBS 


$80,000 00 




27,000 00 


All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid. . 


9,527 34 


Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 
rediscounts-- 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 
















Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank--- . 


























285,870 05 




285,870 05 




387,338 28 


387,338 28 




5,778 60 

67,804 84 

28 00 

5,351 12 
60,228 71 


5,778 60 






67.804 84 






28 00 






5,351 12 




30,000 00 


90,228 71 






Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
























Totals... 


$499,565 56 


$459,361 38 


$958,926 94 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 













REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



145 



NOVATO BANK. NOVATO 

Incorporated July 30, 1913. 



594 



Officers — Jas. B. Burdell, President; Hermann Rudolff, Vice President; G. D. Morrison, 
Cashier and Secretary-Treasurer; George L. Hall, Assistant Cashier. 

Directors — Jas. B. Burdell, Hermann Rudolff, G. D. Morrison, A. D. Scott, F. J. Silva, D. J. 
Ryan, O. W. Hall. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 


$53,987 00 


$210,217 00 


$264,204 00 














































All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 
thereon, less all offsettinp; bond adjustment accounts 


72,540 00 
1 00 


26,020 00 


98,560 00 
1 00 




5,500 00 
5,000 00 
5,287 99 
1,842 43 


5,500 00 




6,000 00 

22,998 02 

4,165 95 


11,000 00 




28,286 01 




6,008 38 






































Totals --- 


$159,691 97 

$25,000 00 
6,000 00 
6,765 59 


$253,867 42 

$25,000 00 
5,000 00 


$413,559 39 


LUBILITIES 


$50,000 00 




11,000 00 


All undi^-ided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid. . 


6,765 59 








Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing ail obligations representing money borrowed, other 








Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 








Liabi'ities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 
















Dividends impaid . .. 


1,750 00 
118,366 38 




1,750 00 






118,366 38 


Savings deposits . .. 


208,367 42 


208,367 42 




750 00 


750 00 




500 00 


500 00 










1,060 00 




1,060 00 


State, couDtv and municipal deposits 


15,000 00 


15,000 00 








Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 








Other liabilities . . _ . 
















Totals 


$159,691 97 
$1,888 00 


$253,867 42 
$1,555 00 


$413,559 39 


Interest earned but not collected, net included in resources 
or liabilities 


$3,443 00 







10—69903 



146 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



BANK OF ALEX. BROWN. WALNUT GROVE 

Incorporated July 30, 1913. 



595 

C. Schumacher, 



Officers — John S. Brown, President; Arthur A, Brown, Vice President; A 

Cashier; Stanford B, Brown, Assistant Cashier. 
Directors — John S. Brown, Arthur A. Brown, Ardelia F. Brown, Stanford B. Brown, A. C. 

Schumacher. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 



RBSomicBS 

Loans and difcouDts, including rediscounts 

Bankers' acfeptances, iocludine rediscouats 

Notei, drnfts or bills of exchange, incl jding rediscounts. 

Overdrii'ts 

Custoffiers' liability account accep iances 

Liabi ity of foreign banks and ban .ers' account of acceptances 

Uniteu States securities owned 

All ether bonds, warrants an . securities, including premium 

thereon, uss all offsetting Dond adjustment accounts.. 
Bank premises, furniture .md fixtures and safe deposit vaults 

Other real estate cwned 

Due from Federal Reserve Bank 

Due from other banks 

Actual cash on hand 

Exchanges for clearing house 

Checks and other cash items ---. 

Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection 
Other resources 



Commercial 



Savings 



Totals. 



Liabilities 

Capital paid in -- 

Surplus 

All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid. . 

Reserve for interest, taxes, etc 

Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 

rediscounts 

Bills payable other than witn Federpl Reserve Bank, includ' 

ing all obligations representing money bcrrowed, other 

than rediscounts 

Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 

Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 

Bank 



S304,379 50 
""l';263"64 



58,954 70 

304,705 91 
2,936 90 



130,416 38 
301,793 82 



869 03 



$1,105,319 88 



$68,000 00 
57,000 00 
66,565 46 



$373,897 09 



20,685 86 

623,946 92 
9,668 68 
7,190 06 



80,513 18 
34,819 85 



$1,150,721 64 



$57,000 00 
53,000 00 



Combined 

$678,276 59 
V, 263 "64 



79,640 56 

928,652 83 

12,605 58 

7,190 06 



210,929 56 
536,613 67 



869 03 



$2,256,041 52 



$125,000 00 
110,000 00 
66,565 46 



Deposits due to banks 

Dividends unpaid --- 

Individual deposits subject to check 

Savings deposits . 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of depi-sit 

Certified checks 

Cashiers' checks 

State, county and municipal deposits 

United States and pcstal savings deposits 

Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 

outstanding -- 

Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 

of this bank, except those held by this bank — . 

Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 

exchange 

Other liabilities -- 



836,907 89 



5,192 15 

3,316 10 

500 00 

17,838 28 

50,000 00 



1,040,721 64 



836,907 89 

1,040,721 64 

5,192 15 

3,316 10 

500 00 

17,838 28 

50,000 00 



Totals $1,105,319 



$1,150,721 64 



$2,256,041 52 



Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities... 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



147 



SECURITY TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK OF SAN DIEGO. SAN DIEGO 

Incorporated August 14, 1913. 596 

Officers — Charles H. Martin, iPresident ; A. J. Sutherland, Vice President and Cashier ; P. C. 

Kelley, O. E. Darnall, Vice Presidents; R. E. Bixby, Vice President and Trust Officer; 

Beni. A. Buker, ]M. W. Donohue. Assistant Cashiers. 
Directors — Chas. Wni. Brown, M.D., Ben L. Elliott, J. Lee Cathcart, C. H. Martin, L. M. Arey, 

John Lynch Davis, Fred E. Lindley. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Court 
Trusts 


Private 
Trusts 


Combined 


Resources 
Loans and discounts, including 


$2,113,849 98 


$1,673,893 62 


$122,650 00 


$50,000 OC 


$3,960,393 60 


Bankers' acceptances, including 




Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, 














459 44 








459 44 


Customers' liability account 










Liability of foreign banks and 
bankers on account of accept- 














7,998 25 

434,183 38 

370,611 16 
5,395 87 


545,022 30 

608,283 81 

175,000 00 
6,469 73 






553,020 55 


.^11 other bonds, warrants and 
securities, including premium 
thereon, less all offsetting 
bond adjustment accounts. . . 

Bank premises, furniture and fix- 
tures and safe deposit vaults . 






1,042,467 19 






545,611 16 






11 865 60 












224,803 88 

208,818 59 

66,616 18 

19,009 50 


41,457 01 
74.977 92 


1,495 16 




267,756 05 






283,796 51 


Exchanges for clearing house. . 






66 616 18 








19,009 50 


Items with Federal Reserve 
Bank in process of collection. 


























500 00 




500 00 












, Totals . - - 


§3.451,746 23 

$375,000 00 
250,000 00 


$3,125,104 39 

$125,000 00 
50,000 00 


$124,645 16 
$50,000 00 


$50,000 00 
$50,000 00 


$6,751,495 78 


LlABILITIKS 


$600,000 00 




300,000 00 


Amount segregated for protec- 
tion of coart and private 








All undivided profits, less ex- 
penses, interest and taxes paid 


7,618 73 


3,810 42 






11,429 15 








Bills payable with Feders^l 
Reserve Bank other than 


200,000 00 








200,000 00 


Bills payable other than with 
Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligationsrepresenting 
money borrowed, other than 










Liabilities for rediscounts with 












Liabilities for rediscounts other 
than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 












Deposits due to banks 


07,300 02 
15,020 00 

2,245,456 89 








97,300 02 








15 020 00 


Individual deposits subject to 








2,245,456 89 




2,458,293 97 






2,458,293 97 














165,777 91 

905 98 

60,522 60 








165,777 91 










905 98 


Cashiers' checks 








60,522 60 



148 



REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



SECURITY TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK OF SAN DIEGO. SAN DIEGO ^ 

Continued 





Commercial 


Savings 


Court 
Trusts 


Private 

Trusts 


Combined 


Liabilities — Continued 

State, county and municipal 

deposits.. . . .. 


$30,000 00 


$485,000 00 






$515,000 00 


United States and postal savings 
deposits. - 








Letters of credit and travelers' 
checks sold for cash and now 












Acceptances executed by or for 
account of or under guarantee 
of this bank, except those 
held by this bunk. . 












Liability account acceptances 
executed to furnish dollar 












Deposits of money received 
from executors, administra- 
tors, guardians, assignees, 






$74,145 16 
500 00 




$74,145 16 










500 00 




4,144 10 


3,000 00 




7,144 10 










Totals 

Interest earned but not col- 
lected, not included in re- 


$3,451,746 23 
$12,330 00 


$3,125,104 39 
$14,646 00 


$124,645 16 
$715 00 


$50,000 00 
$290 00 


$6,751,495 78 
$27,981 00 







Trust Resources 


Court Trusts 


Trust Liabilities 


Court Trusts 


Personal assets received from executors, 
administrators, guardians, assignees. 




Personal assets received from executors, 
administrators, guardians, as^i^nees, 




Trust investments, personal property... 
Trust investments, real property. 


$74,893 81 
1,900 00 
2,944 44 


Trusts hold in capacity of executor, 
administrator, guardian, assignee. 




$y9',738"25 




Private trusts, specially desisinated and 
construed as court trusts, under 












Total 




Total 


$79,738 25 


$79,738 25 









Note. — The above statement includes the business of branch offices at Fifth and University 
streets, San Diego, Chula Vista and IJscondido. 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



149 



UNION TRUST COMPANY OF SAN DIEGO. SAN DIEGO 

Incorporated November 28. 1913. 



604 



Officers — -Jolin F. Forward, Jr., President; C. H. English, Vice President and Trust Officer; 

F. W. Stearns, C. H. Forward, F. G. Forward, F. H. Thatcher, Vice Presidents; James 

D. Forward, Secretary and Treasurer. 
Directors — John F. Forward. Jr., Chairman ; C. H. English, F. W. Stearns, C. H. Forward, 

F. G. Forward, James D. Forward, M. F. Heller. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Court 
Trusts 


Private 
Trusts 


Combined 


RHSOURCaS 


$131,000 00 
2,000 00 

19,000 00 
632 14 


$78,100 00 
200 00 

52,075 77 

13,644 45 

600 00 

162 09 

52,899 43 


$209,100 00 




2,200 00 


AW other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 
thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 


71,075 77 
14,276 59 




600 00 




25 00 
74 51 


187 09 




52,973 94 






Totals 


$152,731 65 

$120,000 00 

30,000 00 

2,231 65 


$197,681 74 

$70,000 00 
30,492 47 
96,689 27 


$350,413 39 


LlABILIXIES 


$190,000 00 




60,492 47 


All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid. 


98,920 92 


Deposits of money received from executors, administrators, 










500 00 


500 00 


1,000 00 














Totals . J - - -- 


$152,731 65 


$197,681 74 


$350,413 39 







I 



Trust Resources 


Court Trusts 


Trust Lurilities 


Court Trusts 


Personal assets received from executors, 
administrators, guardians, assignees, 




Personal assets received from executors, 
administrators, guardiars, assignee.s, 




Trust investments, personal property.. . 
Trusts investments, real property 


$156,940 83 

337,800 00 

31,870 18 


Trusts held in capacity of executor, 
administrator, guardian, assignee, 


$174,484 27 




Private trusts, specially designated and 
construed as court trusts, under 
supervision 

Total.. 








352,126 74 


Tot3l.._ 


$526,611 01 


$526,611 01 



150 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



PEOPLES SAVINGS AND COMMERCIAL BANK. CHICO 

Incorporated March 30, 1914. 



608 



Officers — J. F. Morehead, President; J. A. Bennett, Lee Richardson, Vice Presidents; A. H. 

Sanborn, Cashier; R. C. Uhl, Assistant Cashier. 
Directors — J. F. Morehead, J. A. Bennett, Lee Richardson, J. H. Richardson, A. H. Mahon, 

Jesse Bennett, D. McRae, H. C. Compton, A. H. Sanborn. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 



Commercial 



Savings 



Combined 



Loans and discounts , including rediscounts 

Bankers' acceptances, including rediscounts 

Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts 

Overdrafts 

Customers' liability account acceptances 

Liability of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptances 

United States securities owned 

All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 

Other real estate owned 

Due from Federal Reserve Bank _ 

Due from other banks 

Actual cash on hand 

Exchanges for clearing house. 

Checks and other cash items 

Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection-.. 
Other resources .- 



$174,326 28 



$252,287 12 
39,343 97 



$426,613 40 
39,343 97 



146 61 



323,121 03 
5,164 23 



407,778 81 



30,683 33 

48.302 12 

11,412 52 

3,953 81 



11,126 59 
25,000 00 



4,987 21 



730,899 84 
5,164 23 
11,126 59 
55,683 33 
48,302 12 
16,399 73 
3,953 81 



Totals. 



LUBILITIES 

Capital paid in 

Surplus 

All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid. . 

Reserve for interest, taxes, etc 

Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 

rediscounts 

Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 

than rediscounts 

Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 

Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 

Bank _ 

Deposits due to banks 

Dividends unpaid 

Individual deposits subject to check 

Savings deposits . 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit 

Certified checks 

Cashiers' checks... 

State, county and municipal deposits.. 

United States and postal sa\'ing8 deposits 

Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 

outstanding 

Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 

of this bank, except those held by this bank 

Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 

exchange 

Other liabilities. 



$597,109 93 



$50,000 00 
7,000 00 
5,752 21 



$740,523 70 



550,000 00 
15,500 00 
9,043 05 



$1,337,633 63 



$100,000 00 
22,500 00 
14,795 26 



245,419 62 



625,980 65 



6.077 60 

178,418 06 

550 00 

8,892 44 

95,000 00 



40,000 00 



245.419 62 
625.980 65 

6.077 60 

178,418 06 

550 00 

8,892 44 
135,000 00 



Totals. 



Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 



$597,109 93 



57 16 



$740,523 70 



$3,026 11 



$1,337,633 63 



$4,983 27 



REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS 



151 



UNION BANK AND TRUST COMPANY OF LOS ANGELES. LOS ANGELES 



Incorporated June 22, 1914. 



610 



Officers — Ben R. Meyer, President; Milton E. Getz, J. C. Lipman, Vice Presidents; A. L. 
Lathrop, Vice President and Secretary ; J. W. Lewis, Assistant Vice President ; P. E. 
Neuschaefer, Cashier ; W. C. Neary, W. J. Hunter, Assistant Cashiers ; Don R. Cameron, 
Trust Officer; F. H. Kerns, Assistant Trust Officer; W. Watson, Auditor; Louis Meyer, 
Jr., Manager Bond Department. 

Directors — Alfred J. Bayer, Sam Behrendt, Carleton F. Burke, Garrettson Dulin, I. Eisner, 
Gordon B. Kaufmann, Herman Levi, Henry W. Louis, A. 13. Macbeth, Alexander Meyer, 
John Milner, Dr. Wayland A. Morrison, Donald O'Melveny, John O'Melveny, Francisco 
G. de la Riva, Howard J. Schoder, Reese H. Taylor, John Treanor. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Court 
Trusts 


Private 
Trusts 


Combined 


Resources 
Loans and discounts, including 


$11,020,721 31 


$9,356,463 17 






$20,377,184 48 


Bankers' acceptances, including 








Notes, drafts or bills of exchange. 














5,990 77 
28,331 62 








5,990 77 


Customers' liability account 








28,331 62 


Liability of foreign banks and 
bankers on account of accept- 










United States securities owned. 

All other bonds, warrants and 
securities, including premium 
thereon, less all offsetting 
bond adjustment accounts. . . 

Bank premises, furniture and fix- 
tures and safe deposit vaults. 

Othe r real estate owned 

JJuefrom Federal Reserve Bank 


1,702,224 99 

1,540,261 43 

1,543,438 33 
4,175 75 
974,235 43 
455,051 51 
109,954 12 
308,048 35 
106,811 64 

191,769 79 


1,510,013 37 

854,601 48 
1,000,000 00 






3 212,238 36 


$100,000 00 


$100,000 00 


2,594,862 91 
2,543,438 33 






4,175 75 


406,634 80 

329,874 51 

10,749 50 

3,618 51 






1,380,870 23 






784,926 02 






325 00 


121,028 62 


Exchanges forclearing house... 

Checks and other cash items. . . 

Items with Federal Reserve 

Bank in process of collection 




311,666 86 






106,811 64 








191,769 79 




1,929 25 
5,570 75 




1,929 25 




180,753.22 


287 83 


17,175 00 


203,786 80 






Totals 


818,171,768 26 

$3,000,000 00 
1,795,000 00 


$13,472,243 17 

$800,000 00 
200,000 00 


$107,500 00 

$100,000 00 
2,500 00 


$117,500 00 

$100,000 00 
2,500 00 


$31,869,011 43 


Liabilities 


$4,000,000 00 




2,000,000 00 


Amount segregated for protec- 
tion of court and private 




All undivided profits, less ex- 
penses, interest and taxes paid 


292,974 00 
103,269 50 








292,974 00 


5,600 00 






108,869 50 


Bills payable with Federal 
Reserve Bank other than 








Bills payable other than with 
Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing allobligationsrepresenting 
money borrowed, other than 












Liabilities for rediscounts with 
Fed eral Reserve Bank. 

Liabilities for rediscounts other 
than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 


803,250 00 








803 250 00 












25,082 29 
70,003 50 

8,170,953 13 


50,000 00 






75,082 29 








70,003 50 

8,170,953 13 

11,392,596 73 

30,299 37 

1,211,059 97 

19,799 48 

123,351 88 


Individual deposits subject to 










11,392,596 73 






Demand certificates of deposit- 
Time certificates of deposit 


30,299 37 

1,211,059 97 

19,799 48 

123,351 88 


















Cashiers' checks 









152 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



UNION BANK AND TRUST COMPANY OF LOS ANGELES. LOS ANGELES 

Continued 





Commercial 


Savings 


Court 
Trusts 


Private 

Trusts 


Combined 


Liabilities — Continued 
State, county and municipal 


$800,000 00 


$1,000,000 00 






$1,800 000 00 


United States and postal savings 








Letters of credit and travelers' 
checks sold for cash and now 


18,200 00 
28,331 62 








18,200 00 


Acceptances executed by or for 
account of or under guarantee 
of this bank, except those 








28,331 62 


Liability account acceptances 
executed to furnish dollar 










Deposits of money received 
from executors, administra- 
tors, guardians, assignees 


















$5,000 00 


$15,000 00 


20,000 00 




1,680,193 52 


24,046 44 


1,704,239 96 










Totals 


$18,171,768 26 
$63,336 59 


$13,472,243 17 
$76,734 26 


$107,500 00 
$1,157 50 


$117,500 00 
$1,000 00 


$31,869,011 43 


Interest earned but not col- 
lected, not included in re- 


$142,228 35 







Trust Resources 


Court Trusts 


Trust Liabilities 


Court Trusts 


Personal assets received from executors, 
administrators, guardians, assignees, 




Personal assets received from executors, 
administrators, guardians, assignees. 




Trust investments, personal property. __ 

Trusts investments, real property 

Due from banks 


$219,084 50 

419,701 37 

27,977 89 


Trusts held in capacity of executor, 
admiristrator, guardian, assignee, 
receiver or trustee 

Private trusts, specially designated and 
construed as court trusts, under 


$666,763 76 














Total 




Total 


$666,763 76 


$666,763 76 



REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



153 



THE FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK OF LA VERNE. LA VERNE 
Incorporated December 21, 191S. 621 

Officers— L. C. Klinzman, President; R. L. Davis, H. E. Belcher, Vice Presidents; J. E. 

Davis, Pearl Klinzman, Assistant Cashiers. 
Directors — L. C. Klinzman. R. L. Davis, H. E. Belcher, Stanley Barnes, J. P. Dickey, 

E. R. Blickenstaff, J. C. Pierson, W. H. Neher, S. M. Kepner. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 


$210,271 76 


$41,322 19 


$251,593 95 
















66 41 




66 41 








Liability of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptances 














All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsettina bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises , furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 


83,228 35 
5,900 00 


34,772 00 


118,000 35 
5,900 00 








15,000 00 

56,410 72 

6,879 68 

6,189 48 


2,500 00 
3,100 58 


17,500 00 




59,511 30 




6,879 68 






6,189 48 
































Totals 


$383,946 40 

$45,000 00 

20,000 00 

5,476 09 


$81,694 77 

$5,000 00 
7,500 00 


$465,641 17 


Liabilities 
Capital paid in ....... 


$50,000 00 




27, .500 00 


All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid.. 


5,476 09 








Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 








Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 








Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Rese-ve 
Bank 








Deposits due to banks 










2,500 00 
249,959 55 




2,500 00 






249,959 55 




69,194 77 


69,194 77 










2,500 00 




2,500 00 








Cashiers' checks . . 


8,383 53 
50,127 23 




8,383 53 






50,127 23 


United States and postal savings deposits 






Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 
outstandmg... __ _.. 








.Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 
of this bank, except those held by this bank_ 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
exchange 








Other liabilities 
















Totals 


$383,946 40 


$81,694 77 


$465,641 17 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 













154 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK OF LODI. LODI. 

Incorporated May 24, 1916. 



626 



Officers— J. B. Gundert, President ; H. C. Lange. Lot Lachenmaier, Jacob Kurtz, Vice 

Presidents ; S. B. Duea, Cashier ; E. J. Mettler, Treasurer. 
Directors — J. B. Gundert, H. C. Lange, Lot Lachenmaier, Jacob Kurtz, E. J. Mettler, E. F. 

Handel, J. M. Miller. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 



Commercial 



Savings 



Combined 



Resoukces 

Loans and discounts, including rediscounts 

Bankers' acceptances, including rediscounts 

Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts. 

Overdrafts 

Customers' liability account acceptances 

Liability of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptances 

United States securities owned 

All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 

Other real estate owned 

Due from Federal Reserve Bank. 

Due from other banks 

Actual cash on hand 

Exchanges for clearing house.. 

Checks and other cash items 

Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection. 
Other resources. 



$468,203 10 



$232,055 47 



291 59 



281,580 07 
73,294 47 



18,000 00 

91,561 60 

22,309 02 

6,194 77 



103,888 60 

44,705 53 

5,033 96 



8,851 11 
8,016 23 



3,483 50 



Totals. 



LUBILITIBS 

Capital paid in... 

Surplus 

All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid.. 

Reserve for interest, taxes, etc 

Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 

rediscounts 

Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 

than rediscounts 

Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 

Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 

Bank 

Deposits due to banks 

Dividends unpaid 

Individual deposits subject to check 

Savings deposits 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit 

Certified checks 

Cashiers' checks.. 

State, county and municipal deposits 

United States and postal savings deposits 

Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 

outstanding 

Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 

of this bank, except those held by this bank 

Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 

exchange 

Other liabilities 



,918 12 



$100,000 00 

25,000 00 

9,025 39 



$402,550 90 



$50,000 00 
15,000 00 



95,130 00 



6,000 00 
386,224 02 



14 87 

183,419 23 

156 25 

10,948 36 

149,000 00 



293,587 10 



8,963 80 
35",6o6"66" 



$700,258 57 



291 59 



385,468 67 

118,000 00 

5,033 96 

18,000 00 

100,412 71 

30,325 25 

6,194 77 



3,483 50 



$1,367,469 02 



$150,000 00 

40,000 00 

9,025 39 



95,130 00 



6,000 00 

386,224 02 

293,587 10 

14 87 

192,383 03 

156 25 

10,948 36 

184,000 00 



Totals. 



Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 



$964,918 12 
$9,211 85 



$402,550 90 
$4,050 22 



$1,367,469 02 
$13,262 07 



REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



155 



THE SUMITOMO BANK, LIMITED (BRANCH). SAN FRANCISCO 

Incorporated in Japan, February 28. 1912. 628 

Officers — T. Shirao, Manager; O. Hiraoka, M. Ogawa, Pro Managers. 
STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 



Commercial 



Savings 



Combined 



RB30URCE3 

Loans and discounts, including rediscounts 

Bankers' acceptances, including rediscounts 

Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts- 
Overdrafts 

Customers' liability account acceptances 

Liability of forei;^ banks and bankers' account of acceptances 

United States securities owned 

All other bonds, warrants and securities, includinp; premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts.. 
Bank premises, furniture and fatures and safe deposit vaults 

Other real estate owned 

Due from Federal Reserve Bank 

Due from other banks 

Actual cash on hand 

Exchanges for clearina house 

Checks and other cash items 

Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection 
Other resources 



Total - 



LUBILITIES 

Capital paid in _ 

Surplus 

All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid. 

Reserve for interest, ta.xes, etc 

Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 

rediscounts 

Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ 

ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 

than rediscounts 

Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 

Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 

Bank 

Deposits due to banks 

Dividends unpaid 

rndi\-idual deposits subject to check 

Savings deposits 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit 

Certified checks 

Cashiers' checks 

State, county and municipal deposits. 

United States and postal savings deposits 

Letters of credit and travelers' cnecks sold for cash and now 

outstanding 

Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 

of this bank . except those held by this bank 

Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 

exchange 

Other liabilities 



$463,076 oO 



40 00 



39,096 49 
6,163 17 



3,600 13 
427',469'3i 



$939,445 60 



$300,000 00 

12,820 25 

-667 99 



460,887 33 



166,406 01 



Total. 



$939,445 60 



Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities _ 



156 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



THE BANK OF ALAMEDA COUNTY. ALVARADO 

Incorporated December 16, 1916. 



634 



Officers — August May, President; J. R. Blacovv, Vice President and Secretary; R. A. Blacow, 

Cashier; C. M. Christensen, Assistant Cashier. 
Directors — August Mav, J. R. Blacow, F. B. Granger, H. H. Patterson, E. H. Hirsch, A. A. 

Oliver, J. A. Silva. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 
Loans and discounts, including rediscounts 


$342,291 57 


$1,509,202 56 
83,034 55 


$1,851,494 13 




83,034 55 










172 88 




172 88 








Liability of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptances 










41,276 50 
185,170 75 


81,741 50 

330,778 00 
85,657 37 


123,018 00 


All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 
thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 


515,948 75 
85,657 37 


Other real estate owned . .. . 






Due from Federal Reserve Bank . . 




45,000 00 

154,173 10 

7,044 93 


45,000 00 


Due from other banks 


82,375 68 
37,653 09 


236, .548 78 




44,698 02 








90 00 




90 00 
























Totals 


$689,030 47 

$60,000 00 
5,000 00 
4,216 OS 


$2,296,632 01 

$100,000 00 

105,000 00 

19,340 51 


$2,985,662 48 


Liabilities 


$160,000 00 


Surplus 


110,000 00 


All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid.. 


23,556 59 


Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 
















Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bark 


















9,600 00 
502,538 39 




9,600 00 


Individual deposits subject to check 




502,538 39 


Savings deposits .. . .. . 


2,022,291 50 


2,022,291 50 










7,500 00 
176 00 




7,500 00 






176 00 








State, county and municipal deposits... . . . 


100,000 00 


50,000 00 


150,000 00 


United States and postal savings deposits 




Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 








Other liabilities . 
















Totals 


$689,030 47 


$2,296,632 01 


$2,985,662 48 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 













Note. — The above statement includes the business of branch offices at Irvington and Niles. 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



157 



PUENTE SAVINGS BANK. PUENTE 

Incorporated January 27, 1917. 



636 



Officers — W. S. Lower, President; C. J. Taylor, S. H. Robinson, Vice Presidents; Jo. R. 

Paden, Secretary and Cashier; George L. Lower, Theron Freese, Assistant Cashiers. 
Directors — W. S. Lower, C. J. Taylor, S. H. Robinson, J. F. Mullender, J. A. Rowland, 

C. R. Bras. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 



Commercial 



Savings 



Combined 



Resources 

Loans and discounts, including rediscounts — 

Bankers' acceptances, including rediscounts 

Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts 

Overdrafts 

Customers' liability account acceptances 

Liability of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptances 

United States securities owned . - - 

All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 

Other real estate owned 

Due from Federal Reserve Bank 

Duefrom other banks 

Actual cash on hand 

Exchanges for clearing house 

Checks and other cash items - 

Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection... 
Other resources 



Total. 



Liabilities 

Capital paid in. 

Surplus ---- 

All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid.. 

Reserve for interest, taxes, etc 

Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 

rediscounts 

Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 

than rediscounts... _ __ 

Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 

luahilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 

Bank. 

Deposits due to banks 

Dividends unpaid 

Individual deposits subject to check 

Savings deposits.. 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit 

Certified checks 

Cashiers' checks 

State, county and municipal deposits. 

United States and postal savings deposits 

Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 

outstanding _ 

Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 

of this bank, except those held by this bank 

Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 

exchange 

Other liabilities 



$218,370 00 



63,631 22 
67,178 75 



9,000 00 
18,953 91 



$377,133 88 



$25,000 00 
12,500 00 
2,647 37 



Total. 



Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 



336,882 51 



104 00 



$377,133 88 



$326 07 



158 



EEPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



MONTEREY COUNTY TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK. SALINAS 

Incorporated March 22, 1917. 637 

Officers— A. C. Hughes, President; H. E. Abbott, D. E. Mitchell, R. L. Hughes, Vice Presi- 
dents ; R. F. Roberts, Vice President and Cashier ; J. C. Juri, A. P. Holm, M. Moller, 
L. Vidoroni, J. E. Abemethy, Assistant Cashiers. 

Directors — A. C. Hughes, H. E. Abbott, R. F. Roberts,, Chapman Foster, J. H. Gross, E. E. 
Hitchcock, L. A. Wilder, Geo. P. Genry, L. W. Sanborn. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Court 
Trusts 


Private 
Trusts 


Combined 


Resotjhces 
Loans and discounts, including 


$1,341,786 18 


$1,613,442 38 
51,791 83 






$2,955,228 50 


Bankers' acceptances, including 






51,791 83 


Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, 












2,496 50 






" " 


2,496 50 


(Customers' liability account 










Liability of foreign banks and 
bankers on account of accept- 
















300,930 30 

1,354,296 10 

224,147 30 
9,091 76 

103,000 00 

15,701 22 

5,286 49 






300,930 .30 


All other bonds, warrants and 
aecurilies, including premium 
thereon, less all offsetting 
bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises,furnitureand fix- 
tures and safe deposit vaults- 


485,187 43 
120,372 25 


$54,748 85 


$55,008 56 


1,949,240 94 
344,519 55 






9,091 76 




149,946 98 

416,311 32 

93,955 75 

17,239 39 

909 11 






252,946 98 








432,012 54 








99,242 24 


Exchanges for clearing house-. - 






17,239 39 








909 11 


Items with Federal Reserve 
Bank in process of collection - 






















100,126 57 








100,126 57 












Totals 


$2,728,331 48 

$150,000 00 
175,000 00 


$3,677,687 38 

$150,000 00 
100,000 00 


$54,748 85 
$50,000 00 


$55,008 56 
$50,000 00 


$6,515,776 27 


LUBFLITIES 


$400,000 00 




275,000 00 


Amount segregated for protec- 
tion of court and private 
trusts, national banks only-. 

All undivided profits, less ex- 
penses, interest and taxes paid 








127,703 12 




4,748 85 


5,008 56 


137,460 53 






Bills payable with Federal 
Reserve Bank other than 












Bills payable other than with 
Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing 
money borrowed, other than 












Liabilities for rediscounts with 












Liabilities for rediscounts other 
than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 














221 57 
9,087 75 

1,847,404 51 








221 57 


Dividends unpaid 

Individual deposits subject to 








9,087 75 








1,847,404 51 




3,002.687 38 






3,002,687 38 












Time certificates of deposit 


6,546 82 

1,312 28 

54,695 62 

347.483 52 








6,546 82 








1,312 28 










54,695 62 


State, county and municipi.1 


425,000 00 






772,483 52 


United States and postal savinga 
deposits 









REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 159 

MONTEREY COUNTY TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK. SALINAS— Continued 





Commercial 


Savings 


Court 
Trusts 


Private 
Trusts 


Combined 


Liabilities — Continued 
Letters of credit and travelers 
checks sold for cash and now 












Acceptances executed by or for 
account of or under guarantee 
of this bank, except those 












Liability account acceptances 
executed to furnish dollar 












Deposits of money received 
from executors, administra- 
tors, guardians, assignees, 


























$8,876 29 








$8,876 29 












Totals.... 

Interest earned but not col- 
lected, not included in re- 


«2,728,331 48 


$3,677,687 38 


$54,748 85 


$55,008 56 


$6,515,776 27 















Trust Resources 


Court Trusts 


Trust Liabilities 


Court Trusts 


Personal assets received from executors, 
administrators, guardians, assignees. 




Personal assets received from executors, 
administrators, guardians, assignees, 




Trust investments, personal property 




Trusts held in capacity of executor, 
administrator, guardian, assignee. 
















Cash on hand - - 




Private trusts, specially designated and 
construed as court trusts, under 
supervision. 












Total - - 




Total ... 















Note. — The above statement includes the business of branch offices at Gonzales and King. 
• City. 



160 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



BANK OF MONTREAL. SAN FRANCISCO 

Incorporated June 10, 1918. 

Officers — P. C. Harrison, President; H. L. Cotter, Cashier; G. T. Eaton, Secretary. 
Directors — P. C. Harrison, H. L. Cotter, G. T. Eaton. 



642 



STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 






Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resouhces 


$3,963,261 64 






















5,927 22 




— 
























All otQer bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 


33,300 00 
32,520 22 




















190,833 89 

247,755 77 

15,172 16 

49,370 36 

555 25 

29,284 ,58 

15 00 






























Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process cf ccllection... 


















Total - -- 


$4,567,996 09 

$1,000,000 00 

115,000 00 

28,848 11 

18,786 05 






Liabilities 












All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid.- 












Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 
rediscounts.. 






Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 








Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 


72,150 00 

200,000 00 
701,290 65 






Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 


















Individual deposits subject to check 


2,187,152 53 






Savings deposits 






Demand certificates of deposit 










66,271 54 












Cashiers' checks - . . ._ . 


10.340 07 






State, county and municipal deposits 






United States and postal savings deposits 








Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 
of this bank, except those held by this bank 








Liability account acceptances executed to fiu-nish dollar 










168,157 14 












Total 


$4,567,996 09 






Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 















REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 
BANK OF MANTECA. MANTECA 

Incorporated May 18, 1918. 



161 



644, 



)thcers— Arbor Barth, President; J. M. Lindsey, Vice President; George Williams, Cashier. 
:)irectors — J. M. Lindsey, Arbor Barth, George Williams, Geo. S. Finkbohner, J. M. Toomey, 
John G. Hain. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 



Resoitrces 

oans and discounts , including rediscounts 

ankers' acceptances , including rediscounts 

otcs, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts 

verdrafts 

istomcrs' liability account acceptances 

lability of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptances 

nited States securities owned 

II other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

ink premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 

ther real estate owned 

uefrom Federal Reserve Bank 

uefrom other banks 

.•tualcash on hand 

xchanges for clearing house 

liecksand other cash items 

ems with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection 
ther resources 



Commercial 



Savings 



$135,651 07 



$140,615 15 



228 00 



Totals. 



ipitalpaidin. 
irplus. 



Liabilities 



1 undivided profits, less expenses , interest and taxes paid. . 

eserve for interest, taxes , etc 

lis payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 
rediscounts 

lis pa.rable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obliiations representing money borrowed, other 
than rediscoimts 

abilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 

abilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 



51,990 19 
5,665 89 
4,355 67 
5,000 00 

28,679 12 
7,089 16 
2,454 61 



1,754 61 



$242,868 32 



$25,000 00 

9,000 00 

10,577 66 



18,902 IS 



70,726 35 
21,143 12 



5,000 00 

11,673 00 

2,318 02 



$270,377 82 



$25,000 00 
3,500 00 



85 85 



Combined 



$276,266 22 



228 00 



18,902 18 

122,716 54 

26,809 01 

4,355 67 

10,000 00 

40,352 12 

9,407 18 

2,454 61 



1,754 61 



$513,246 14 



$50,000 00 

12,500 00 

10,577 66 

85 85 



;positsdue to banks 

Andends unpaid 

dividual deposits subject to check 

\iag8 deposits 

!mand certificates of deposit '___ 

me certificates of deposit 

rtified checks " 

shiers' checks 

ite, county and municipal deposits 

lited States and postal savings deposits 

tiers of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 
)utstanding 

cpptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 

)f this bank, except those held by this bank ._ 

biUty account acceptaLces executed to furnish doUar 

xchange 

ler liabilities 



Totals. 



1,500 00 
177,567 15 



10,750 00 



199,721 97 



521 36 
7,930 00 



42,070 00 



1,500 00 

177,567 15 

199,721 97 

10,750 00 



521 36 
50,000 00 



22 15 



$242,868 32 



erest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
r liabilities 



$270,377 82 



U— 69903 



22 15 



$513,246 14 



162 REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 

FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK OF WATTS. WATTS 

> Incorporated September 4, 1918. 



645 



Officers— C. R. Church, President; Paul Blythe, W. J. Church, J. W. Siler, Vice Presidents; 

E. H. Rose, Cashier; Fred K. Fretheim, G. J. Sherman, Assistant Cashiers. 
Directors— J. W. Siler, C. R. Church, R. F. Church, Z. A. Towne, Geo. Carolus, D. Fields, 

Paul Blythe. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 



Commercial 



Savings 



Combined 



Resources 

Loans and discounts, including rediscounts 

Bankers acceptances, including rediscounts 

Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts. 

Overdrafts 

Customers' liability account acceptances 

Liability of foreign banks and bankers' aotount of acceptances 

United States securities owned 

All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts. 
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 

Other real estate owned 

Due from Federal Reserve Bank 

Due from other banks 

Actual cash on hand 

Exchanges for clearing house 

Checks and other cash items 

Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection 
Other resources 



Totals. 



LuBiLiTres 

Capital paid in _ 

Surplus 

Al 1 undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid. . 

Reserve for interest, taxes, etc 

Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 

rediscounts 

Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations repret>enting money borrowed, other 

than rediscounts 

Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 

Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 

Bank 

Deposits due to banks 

Dividends unpaid 

Individual deposits suoject to check 

Savings deposits _ 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit 

Certified checks 

Cashiers' checks 

State, county and municipal deposits 

United States and postal savings deposits 

Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 

outstanding 

Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 

of this bank, except those held by this bank 

Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 

exchange 

Other liabilities.. 



$189,794 52 



1,165 79 



17,550 00 



250,839 89 
50,165 00 



15,000 00 
54,160 13 
41,112 57 



$619,787 90 



$50,000 00 
18,000 00 
14,458 00 



$700,894 67 



16,800 00 
133,763 14 



10,000 00 

5,000 00 

16,495 46 



$882,953 27 

$50,000 00 
41,000 00 



$890,689 19 



1,165 79 



34,350 00 



384,603 03 
50,165 00 



25,000 00 
59,160 13 
57,608 03 



$1,502,741 17 



$100,000 00 
59,000 00 
14,458 00 



5,625 00 
375,883 31 



761,953 27 



5,625 00 
375,883 31 
761,953 27 



28,165 00 

15 00 

27,641 59 

100,000 00 



30,000 00 



28,165 00 

15 00 

27,641 59 

130,000 00 



Totals. . 



Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 



$619,787 90 



$1,000 00 



$882,953 27 



$1,000 00 



$1,502,741 17 



$2,000 00 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



163 



BANK OF ISLETON. ISLETON 

Incorporated March 7, 1919. 



648 



Officers — J. \V. Gardiner, President; Ida P. Gardiner, Vice President; W. R. L,utz, Secretary- 
Treasurer and Cashier. 
Directors— J. W. Gardiner, Ida P. Gardiner, L. P. Gardiner, Crete G. deBack, Paul G. deBack. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 


$65,263 50 


$145,312 17 


$210,575 67 
















22 81 




22 81 


















600 00 

75,154 71 
29,544 95 




600 00 


.Ml other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting; bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises , furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 


90,218 25 
9,170 64 
7,150 00 


165,372 96 

38,715 59 

7,150 00 








Due from other banks - . . 


206,719 16 
25,351 15 


25,179 04 
7,520 54 


231,898 20 




32,871 69 


Exchanges for clearing house. .. . . . 












Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection 
























Totals 


$402,656 28 

$30,000 00 
5,000 00 
2,698 77 


$284,550 64 

$20,000 00 
5,000 00 
2,334 54 


$687,206 92 


LlABIUTIES 

Capital paid in . ...... . . 


$50,000 00 




10,000 00 


All undivided profit'', less expenses, interest and taxes paid. . 


5,033 31 


Bifis payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all oDlioations representing money borrowed, other 








Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 








Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank . . . ... 
















Dividends unpaid .. . . 










309,987 73 




309,987 73 


Savings deposits.-. . . . 


228,966 10 


228,966 10 




184 00 


184 00 


Time cei tificates of deposit- . . 


3,250 00 


3,250 00 


Certified checks 






Cashiers' checks. 


9,785 78 
45,000 00 




9,785 78 


State, county and municipal deposits 


25,000 00 


70,000 00 






Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 
outstanding . . 








Acceptances executed by or for accoimt of or under guarantee 
of this bank, except those held by this bank 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
exchanEre .... 








Other liabilities 
















Totals 


$402,656 28 
$1,000 00 


$284,550 64 
$1,800 00 


$687,206 92 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities.. 


$2,800 00 







164 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



BANK OF COURTLAND. COURTLAND 

Incorporateci April 12, 1919. 



650 

Harvey Warren, 



Officers — S. Mercer Runyon, President; W. C. Kesner, Vice Presi(ient 

Cashier; D. R. Arrasmith, Assistant Cashier. 
Directors — Frank E. Hollister, W. J. Edinger, Gus Olsen, Wm. P. Darsie, W. C. Kesner 

S. Mercer Runyon, Harvey Warren. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 


$128,171 29 


$239,294 10 


$367,465 39 
















875 65 




875 65 
























All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 
Other real estate owned. . ... 


25,885 95 
18,490 00 


79,371 25 
39,200 00 


105,257 20 
57,690 00 












34,265 51 
41,325 00 


21,811 60 
30,000 00 


56,077 11 




71,325 00 






Checks and other cash items - - 


731 22 




731 22 


Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection 




















Totals.. . 


$249,744 62 

$34,050 00 

12,130 00 

47 57 


$409,676 95 

$32,000 00 
8,000 00 


$659,421 57 


Liabilities 
Capital paid in 


$66,050 00 


Surplus __. 


20,130 00 
47 57 


Reserve for interest, taxes, etc. 






Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 
rediscounts 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all ohliTations representing money borrowed, other 
than rediscounts 








Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 








Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 


















15 00 
192,881 15 




15 00 


Individual deposits subject to check. . 




192,881 15 


Savings deposits. ........ 


359,676 95 


359,676 95 


Demand certificates of deposit .. 


1,825 00 


1,825 00 


Time certificates of deposit 








340 00 
8,455 90 




340 00 


Cashiers' checks 




8,455 90 


State, county and municipal deposits . 


10,000 00 


10,000 00 


United States and postal savings deposits 






Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 
outstanding 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 
of th.s bank, except those held by this bank 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
exchange ' 








Other liabilities 
















Totals- 


$249,744 62 
$1,200 00 


$409,676 95 


$659,421 57 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 


$1,200 00 









REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



165 



THE FARMERS AND MERCHANTS SAVINGS BANK OF SANTA ANA. 

SANTA ANA 



Incorporated June 18, 1919. 



651 



Officers — W. B. Williams, President; W. B. Tedford, Vice President; A. C. Bowers, Treasurer; 

Alex. Brownridge, Cashier and Secretary; E. P. Stafford, Assistant Secretary. 
Directors — W. B. Williams, A. J. Crookshank, W. B. Tedford, A. C. Bowers, R. E. Larter, 

John L. Wheeler, Alex. Brownridge, T. E. Stephenson, A. B. Rousselle. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 



Commercial 



Savings 



Combined 



Resources 

Loans and discounts, including rediscounts 

Bankers' acceptances, including rediscounts 

Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts. 

Overdrafts 

Customers' liability account acceptances 

Liability of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptances 

United States securities owned 

Allother bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts. _ 
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 

Other rea 1 estate owned 

Due from Federal Reserve Bank 

Due from other banks 

Actual cash on hand 

Exchanges for clearing house. 

Checks and other cash items ... 

Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection 
Other resources 



Total. 



Liabilities 

Capital paid in 

Surplus ... 

All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid 

Reserve forinterest, taxes, etc 

Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 

rediscounts ^ 

Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 

than re Jiscounts 

Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 

Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 

Bank 

Deposits due to banks 

Dividends unpaid 

Individual deposits subject to check 

Savings deposits 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit. 

Certified checks 

Cashiers' checks 

State, county and municipal deposits 

United States and postal savings deposits 

Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 

outstanding 

Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 

of this bank, except those held by this bank 

Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 

exchange 

Other liabilities 



$2,992,162 32 



30,550 00 

213,772 29 
29,695 00 
26,150 00 



53,645 69 

81,531 98 

28,101 12 

182 56 



$3,455,790 96 



$150,000 00 
150,000 00 
62,423 61 



Total. 



Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 



15,000 00 

"2,86gr,oi7'o.V 



53,788 04 
Y55',548"26' 



14 00 



$3,455,790 96 
$36,509 03 



166 



REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



BANK OF MONTREAL. SAN FRANCISCO 
Branch of Bank of Montreal, Montreal 

Incorporated 1821. 
Officers — P. C. Harrison, Manager; H. L. Cotter, Assistant Manager. 
STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 



654 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resottrces 


$970,000 00 




























Customers' liability account acceptances 


53,136 00 




















All other bonds, warrants and securities, includin? premium 
thereon less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts.. 








Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deoosit vaults 


























5,298 73 




















Checks and other cash items 








Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection 








Other resources 
















Total 


$1,028,434 73 

$300,000 00 

24,700 00 

11,819 71 

4,386 99 






Liabilities 






Surplus 






All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid. . 






Reserve for interest, taxes, etc 






Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 
rediscounts... 






Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 
than rediscounts . 
















Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 








Due to banks 


634,392 03 






Dividends unpaid 






Individual deposits subject to check 








Savin<{s deposits 








Demand certificates of deposit 








Time certificates of deposit 








Certified checks . 








Cashiers' checks.. .. . 








State, county and municipal deposits 








United States and postal savings deposits _ 








Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 
outstanding 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 
of this bank, except those held bv this bank 


53,136 00 






Liability account acceptances exe>/Uted to furnish dollar 
exchange 






Other liabilities 
















Total 


$1,028,434 73 






Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 















REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



167 



GENERAL MOTORS ACCEPTANCE CORPORATION (BRANCH). 
SAN FRANCISCO 

Incorporated January 29, 1919, in New York. 



655 



Officers — Alfred H. Swayne, Chairman; Curtis C. Cooper, President; J. J. Schumann, Jr., 
A. L,. Deane, D. M. Spaidal, J. L. Myers, Glyn Daires, I. G. McCreary, A. Freise, 
G. F. Binkhart, J. I. Burhans, Vice Presidents ; R. Martm, Treasurer ; G. H. Bartholomew, 
Secretary. San Francisco Branch — M. S. Allen, Manager, H. O. Christiansen, Assistant 
Manager. 

Directors — Curtis C. Cooper, Albert L. Deane, Lammot DuPont, Seward Prosser, Alfred P. 
Sloan, Jr., Donald M. Spaidal, Pierre S. Du Pont, O. H. P. La Farge, John J. Raskob, 
John J. Schumann, Jr., Alfred H. Swayne. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 



Commercial 



Savings 



Combined 



Resources 

Loans and discounts, including rediscounts 

Bankers' acceptances, including rediscounts 

Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts 

Overdrafts.. 

Customers' liability account acceptances 

Liability of foreign hanks and bankers' account of acceptances 

Unite<i States securities owned 

All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 

Other real estate owned... 

Due from Federal Reserve Bank 

Due from other banks 

Actual cash on hand 

Exchanges for clearing house 

Checks and other cash items 

Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection 

Other resources 



$12,379,803 06 



20,192 52 



578,971 94 
50 00 



8,894 69 



Total. 



Liabilities 

Capital paid in 

Surplus - - 

All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid. . 

Reserve for interest, taxes, etc 

Bills payab'e with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 

rediscounts 

Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 

than rediscounts 

Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 

Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 

Bank ._ 

Deposits due to banks 

Dividends unpaid 

Individual deposits subject to check 

Savings deposits 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit 

Certified checks 

Cashiers' checks 

State, county and municipal deposits 

United States and postal savings deposits 

Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 

outstanding.. 

Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 

ofthisbank, except thoseheld bythisbank 

Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 

exchange 

Other liabilities 



$12,987,912 21 



$300,000 00 



12,687,912 21 



Total. 



Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 



$12,987,912 21 
$13,163 62 



168 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS 



WESTERN TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK. LONG BEACH 

Incorporated February 13, 1920. 



662 



Officers — J. W. Tucker, President ; A. L. Parmley, Geo. L. Craig, Chas. H. Tucker, Jay L. 

Reed, Vice Presidents ; W. A. Harlan, Cashier and Assistant Secretary ; W. F. Herman, 

Secretary, Treasurer and Assistant Cashier; G. M. Foote, Assistant Cashier; Chas. C. 

Auge, Assistant Secretary and Trust Officer. 
Directors— J. W. Black, Ralph H. Clock, Geo. L. Craig, Jas. G. Craig, J. C. Farnham, A. C. 

Malone, A. L. Parmley, C. H. Tucker, J. W. Tucker, C. A. Wiley. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Court 
Trusts 


Private 
Trusts 


Combined 


Resources 
Loans and discounts, including 


$819,519 60 


$1,480,263 87 






$2,299,783 ^ 


i: 


Bankers' acceptances, including 






Notes, driifts or bills of exchange, 
including rediscounts . 












Overdrafts 


1,358 60 








1,358 e 


Customers' liablity account 
acceptances 








Liability of foreign banks and 
bankers on account of accept- 
ances 












United States secaritics owned . 


35,000 00 

200,734 01 

13,831 00 
22.975 76 
65,115 31 
141,973 69 
58,652 76 
92,148 94 
4,901 09 


118,266 24 

388,273 00 
141,045 00 






153 266 2 


.Ml other bonds, warrants and 
securities, including premium 
thereon, less all offsetting 
bond adjustment accounts. - . 

Bank premises, furniture and fix- 


$50,000 00 


$50,000 00 


689,007 O; 

154,876 01 

22,975 7- 

115 115 ■■ 


Other real estate owned - 






Due from Federal Reserve B^nk 


50,000 00 
52,436 05 






Due from other banks. .. . 






194,409 : 

58,652 : 

92,148 ; 

4 901 C 


Actual cish on hand 






Exchanges for clearing house. . . 








Checks anil other cash items. . . 








Items with Federal Reserve 
Bank in process of collection 












Advances to courttrusts 












Other resources 


6,908 67 








6,908 6 










Totals 


$1,463,119 43 

$50,000 00 
100,000 00 


$2,230,284 16 

$75,000 00 
75,000 00 


$50,000 00 
$50,000 00 


$50,000 00 
$50,000 00 


$3,793,403 5< 

$225,000 0( 
17"^ nnn (v 


LUBILITIES 

Capital paid in 


Surplus 


Amount segrcg.ited for protec- 
tion of court and private 
trusts, national banks only. 










.\ll undivided profits, less ex- 
penses, interest and taxes paid 


57,338 00 








57,338 


Reserve for interest, taxes, etc.. 








Bills payable with Federal 
Reserve Bank other than 
rediscounts 












Bills payable other than with 
Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing al 1 obligations representing 
money borrowed, other than 
rediscounts 


50,000 00 








50,000 0( 


Liabilities for rediscounts with 
Federal Reserve Bank 








Liabilities for rediscounts other 
than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 












Deposits due to banks... 




6,181 30 






6 181 3C 


Dividends unpaid 


5,784 00 
1.111,332 05 






5 784 OC 


Individual deposits subject to 
check 








1,111,332 o: 

1 670 887 8t" 


Savings deposits 


1,670,887 89 






Demand certificates of deposit- 












Time certificates of deposit 




103,214 97 






103,214 97 
10,993 21 
76.469 8S 

t 




Certified checks 


10,993 21 
76,459 32 








Cashiers' checks 























REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS 169 

WESTERN TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK. LONG BEACH— Continued 





Commercial 


Savings 


Court 
Trusts 


Private 
Trusts 


Combined 


LiABiLiTiBS — Continued 
State, county and municipal 




$300,000 00 






$300,000 00 


United States and postal savings 










Letters of credit and travelers' 
checks sold for cash and now 












Acceptances executed by or for 
account of or under guarantee 
of this bank, except those 












Liability account acceptances 
executed to furnish dollar 












Deposits of money received 
from executors, administra- 
tors, guardians, assignees, 


























$1,212 85 








1,212 85 












Totals 


$1,463,119 43 
$8,200 GO 


$2,230,284 16 
$13,000 00 


$50,000 00 


$50,000 00 


$3,793,403 59 


Interest earned but not col- 
lected, not included in re- 


$21,200 00 











Trust Resources 


Court Trusts 


Trust Lubilities 


Court Trusts 


Personal assets received from executors, 
administrators, guardians, assignees. 




Personal assets received from executors, 
admipistrators, guardians, assignees. 




Trust iavcRtments, personal property..- 

Trust investments, real pi-operty __ 

Due from banks 


$15,786 65 
56,710 00 
10,163 92 


Trusts held in capacity of executor, 
administrator, guardian, assignee, 
receiver or trustee _ 

Private trusts, specially designated and 
construed as court trusts, under 


$82,660 57 


Cash on hand 












Total.... 




Total. . 


$82,660 57 


$82,660 57 







170 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



BANK OF COVELO. COVELO 

Incorporated February 21, 1920. 



663 



Officers — J. S. Rohrbough, President; D. T. Johnson, Vice President; J. D. Rohrbough, Cashier; 

J. L,. Dunlop, Assistant Cashier. 
Directors— J. S. Rohrbough, D. T. Johnson, D. P. English, G. M. Biggar, W. P. Thomas. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 


$62,557 58 






















626 93 






















25,000 00 

23,907 07 

19,805 00 

1,350 00 






All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 
thereon less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts. 






Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 


















6,276 71 
7,164 14 


















































Total 


$146,687 43 

$25,000 00 
2,500 00 
1,897 20 






Liabilities 




• 




















Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 
reliscounts . _- - 


313 11 






Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing ail obligations representing money borrowed, other 






Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 


15,000 00 






Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 






















Individ ual deposits subject to check 


72,348 20 






















4,500 00 

65 00 

63 92 

25.000 00 






Certified checks . . 






Cashiers' checks 






State, county and municipal deposits . 












Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 
outstanding . . 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 








Other liabilities 
















Total 


$146,687 43 
$1,710 30 






Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 













REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



171 



FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK OF GARDENA. 

Incorporated April 24, 1920. 



GARDENA 



664 



Officers — Robert Robertson, President; R. B. Harper, Vice President; J. D. Adams, Cashier, 

J. N. Blake, Assistant Cashier. 
Directors — Robert Robertson, H. M. Stone, Frank R. Carrell, E. O. Weed, R. B. Harper, 

J. N. Blake, J. K. Lawler, Peter Robertson, J. D. Adams. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 



Commercial 



Savings 



Combined 



Resources 

Loans and discount.s, including rediscounts 

Bankers' acceptances, including rediscounts 

Notes, liraftsor bills of exchange, including rediscounts 

Overirafts 

Ciistoraers'liability account acceptances 

Liibilitv of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptances 

United States secari ties owned 

All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 

Other real estate owned 

Due from Federa 1 Reserve Bank 

Due from other banks 

Actual cash on hand _ 

Exchanges for jlearing house 

Checks and other cash items. - - 

Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection.. 
Other resources- _- — 



$143,968 61 
47"35" 



$253,614 48 



347 04 

160,443 66 

17,844 00 

7,800 00 

10,000 00 

97,443 54 

13,942 29 

319 27 

57 80 



70,341 40 



6,130 69 
8,859 79 



Totals. 



Liabilities 

Capital paid in 

Surplus 

All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid.. 

Reserve for interest, taxes, etc 

Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 

re discounts . _ 

Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all ibligations representing money borrowed, other 

than rediscounts 

Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 

Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 

Bank 

Deposits due to banks 

Dividends unpaid 

Individual deposits subject to check 

Savings deposits 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time -ser tificates o f deposit 

Certified checks. 

Cashiers' checks 

State, county and municipal deposits 

United States and postal savings deposits 

Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 

outstanding 

Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 

of this bank, except those held by this bank 

Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 

exchange - 

Other lii bill ties 



$452,213 57 



$30,000 00 
7,000 00 
3,646 99 



$338,946 36 



$20,000 00 
11,000 00 



$397,583 10 



47 35 



347 04 

230,785 06 

17,844 00 

7,800 00 

10,000 00 

103,574 23 

22,802 08 

319 27 

57 80 



$791,159 93 



$50,000 00 

18,000 00 

3,646 99 



2,500 00 
337,815 65 



292,946 36 



21,489 87 



14,285 06 
35,000 GO 



2,500 00 
337,815 65 
292,946 36 



21,489 87 



15,000 00 



14,285 06 
50,000 00 



476 00 



476 00 



Totals. 



$452,213 57 



$338,946 36 



$791,159 93 



Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 



172 REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 

CALIFORNIA BANK. LOS ANGELES 

Incorporated May 2(i. 1920. 

Officers, Head Office — A. M. Chaffey, President ; James R. Page, Executive Vice Preside 
W. H. Thomson, Senior Vice President; G. Allan Hancock, A. E. Huntington, H. 
Engelbrecht, J. B. Chaffey, Geo. A. J. Howard, Lewis E. Bliss, T. E. Ivey, Jr., C. 
Barker, Jr., C. C. DePledge, Vice Presidents; Arthur T. Brett, Cashier; Y. C. Por 
Comptroller; Geo. M. Chelew, Floyd L. Geyer, R. P. Lehmer, M. K. Salmon, Homer 
Geis, A. A. Lamm, H. C. Pratt, L. E. Smith, Junior Vice Presidents ; H. M. Coffin, Sec 
tary, E. C. Sterling, Treasurer; Geo. A. Peachman, Auditor; H. K. Rose, J. H. Steens 
J. A. Shine, Gardner Turrill, Stockton Veazey, Assistant Cashiers; Romain P. Burt, H 
Curry, R. A. Pearce, Francis J. Callinan, B. L. Deibler, L. H. Van Hoorebeke, Assis 
Secretaries ; H. G. Bunjes, Assistant Comptroller, Earl K. Simpson, Assistant Auditor 

Officers, Branches — W. C. Durgin, Vice President; Don S. Williams, F. M. Magee, Vi 
Presidents and Managers ; Geo. A. Kern, H. M. French, J. G. Maulhardt, Junior Vi 
Presidents and Managers ; H. M. Coffin, Junior Vice President and Secretary ; Geo. I 
Jones, L. B. Pollock, W. J. Moriarty, Assistant Cashiers ; A. D. Seeley, B. C. Nelso 
Allen Durand, H. Edward Sheid, F. D. Woolbridge, H. F. Batchelor, H. J. Dun 
I. M. Sproull, J. L. Clarke, H. R. Williams, J. D. Farmer, C. M. Woodward, F. . 
Chapman, T. K. Dahle, Jr., P. A. Deaton, F. S. Hanson, D. K. Cain, J. E. Methenj 
W. N. Johnson, Managers ; W. W. Cookman, Jr., Acting Manager. 

Directors — Byron J. Badham, R. H. Ballard, Harry J. Bauer, Lewis E. Bliss, W. B. Bovar 
T. P. Breslin, A. M. Chaffey, J. B. Chaffey, Leo S. Chandler, W. H. Code, Howard 
Dudley, W. M. Eason, H. J. Engelbrecht, Arnold K. Fitger, A. M. Gibbs, H. M. Gorha' 
G. Allan Hancock, Paul G. Hoffman, Geo. A. J. Howard, A. E. Huntington, T. E. Ivey, Jf 
Geo. B. Jess, A. N. Kemp, C. R. Luton, R. D. Matthews, R. F. McClellan, James i 
Page, A. J. Pickrell, O. M. Souden, Raymond W. Stephens, Jas. O. Sword, E. . 
Taylor, W. H. Thomson, E. R. Wood. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 



1 



Commercial 



Resoitbces 

Leans and discounts - - 

Bankers acceptances, including rediscounts.. 

Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts. 

Overdrafts 

Customers' liability account acceptances 

Liability of foreign hanks and bankers' account of acceptances 

United States securities owned 

All ether bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 

Other real estate owned 

Due from Federal Reserve Bank. 

Due from other banks 

Actual cash on hand 

Exchanges for clearinghouse 

Checks and other cash items 

Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection.. . 
Other resources 



Totals. 



Liabilities 

Capital paid in 

Surplus 

All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid. , 

Reserve for interest, taxes, etc 

Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 
rediscounts 

Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 
than rediscounts 

Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 
Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 



$21,476,027 93 



Sa-i-ings 



$49,357,763 28 



39,201 46 
233,154 48 



426,809 12 
48,702 00 



186,648 23 

2,540,662 20 

5,805,375 07 

1,258,496 .54 

95,813 79 

3,297,832 85 



11,946 42 



$35,420,670 09 



$3,000,000 00 

1,250,000 00 

1,701,457 47 

115,438 12 



Deposits due to banks 

Dividends unpaid , 

Individual deposits subject to check 

Savings deposits 

Demand certi6cates of deposit 

Time certiBcates of deposit 

Certified checks 

Cashiers' chet-kfl 

State, county and municipal deposits 

Uoited States and postal savings deposits. 



2,145,749 93 

334 50 

24,589,274 31 



79,461 11 



98,696 91 
2,043,672 60 



4,906,464 83 

13,929,018 35 

1,886,436 91 

469,747 83 

360,000 00 

5,861,553 92 

40,000 00 



Combined 



$70,833,791 



39,201 . 
233,154 



96,501 82 
26",684"i3 



$76,933,571 07 



$1,500,000 00 
550,000 00 



117,120 34 



62,071,620 37 
"2,3y5",397'83" 



10,231,884 44 
3,529 00 



5,333,273 

13,977,720 

1,886,436 

656,396 

2,900,662 

11,666,928 

1,298,496 •. 

95,813 
3,394,334 



38,030 



$112,354,241 



$4,500,000 

1,800,000 

1,701,457 

2.32,558 



2,145,749 

334 

24,589,274 

62,071,620 

79,461 

2,375,397 

98,696 

2,043,672 

10,231,884 

3,529 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



173 



CALIFORNIA BANK. LOS ANGELES— Continued 



;^^^= ■ 


Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Liabilities — Continued 
ten of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 


$16,710 00 
233,154 48 




$16,710 00 


wptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 




233,154 48 


bility account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 








146,720 66 


$84,019 09 


230,739 75 


Totals 




$35,420,670 09 


$76,933,571 07 


$112,354,241 16 


erest earned but not collected, not included in resources 













)TE — The above statement includes the business of branch offices in Los Angeles, Alhambra, 
Bell, Belvedere, Hollywood, Loraita, North Hollywood, Ocean Park, Owensmouth, Pacific 
Palisades, Reseda, San Gabriel, San Pedro, Santa Monica, Sawtelle, Terminal Island, 
Van Nuys and Wilmington. 






174 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



AlVIERICAN TRUST COMPANY. SAN FRANCISCO 

Incorporated July 2, 1920. 



668 



Officers — John D. McKee, President ; Geo. M. Bowles, Milton H. Esberg, F. T. Elsey, James 
K. Lochead, Russell Lowry, Parker S. Maddux, C. O. G. Miller, T. S. Montgomery, A. J. 
Anderson, W. B. Bakewell, C. J. Bertheau, J. C. Bovey, N. B. Campbell, Edwin T. 
Colman, P. A. Kinnoch, H. C. Kirk, R. F. MacDonald, E. A. Majors, William A. 
Marcus, E. F. Moffatt, A. W. Moore, P. A. Sinsheimer, C. S. Crary, Paul L. Davies, 
P. A. Dinsmore, G. T. Douglas, J. E. Drew, R. T. Fisher, H. D. Friman, R. C. Gingg, 
J. H. Gwinn, J. E. Hall, Harry J. Harding, H. Hise, J. A. Johnston, Fred L. Murphy, 
W. L. Power, F. J. Oehler, Chas. A. Smith, DeWitt C. Treat, Arthur C. Tuohy, Larkin 
J. Younce, Vice Presidents; E. V. Krick, Vice President, Cashier and Treasurer; B. B. 
Brown, Secretary; R. M. Sims, Vice President and Trust Officer; R. M. Cook, C. G. 
Pettygrove, F. H. Thatcher, W. S. Wood, Vice Presidents and Assistant Trust Officers ; 
H. F. Allen, Paul McDonald, H. B. Nichols, A. J. Unsworth, Assistant Vice Presidents, 
Assistant Secretaries and Assistant Trust Officers ; J. L. Bertrane, F. E. Crichton, A. C. 
Mclntyre, W. H. Taplin, A. W. Ulph, Assistant Vice Presidents and Assistant Secretaries ; 
H. P. Fallis, L. E. Grabiel, Assistant Vice Presidents and Assistant Trust Officers ; A. E. 
Bary, H. L. Chaddock, Plinio Campana, H. F. Congdon, Ivan Conn, E. H. Daniel, 
Kenneth Gelwix, R. K. Whitmore, H. E. Jenkins, Gerald D. Kennedy, L. W. Jenkins, 
A. T. Matthews, J. S. Mills, E. A. Nelson, Wm. T. Pagen, S. W. Semple, L. A. Stevenson, 
L. F. Sterner, G. L. Stradley, Assistant Vice Presidents ; Ed. Ahnefeld, D. C. Aregger, 

D. C. Armanino, F. B. Arnold, G. L. Ashby, A. E. Brear, Cecil L. Carlyle, R. H. Cars- 
cadden, H. H. Christensen, W. C. Cobb, T. C Crase, L. H. Delano, Paul H. Dewey, 
A. E. Duane, Harry B. Fetch, D. P. Dunlap, T. W. Dunlop, R. R. Emery, Joseph A. 
Enos, E. J. Esola, A. M. Fournier, E. C. Graves, A. G. Hammond, F. J. Hart, E. V. 
Helton, E. C. Johnson, J. M. Knudsen, E. Lanphear, E. R. Jerome, A. P. Lathrop, 
J. W. O'Farrell, O. F. Nelson, R. J. Pagani, W. R. Plummer, John Regello, W. S. 
Schenck, C. Stephens, G. H. Stern, R. P. Snyder, O. L. Texdahl, E. J. Treanor, H. J. 
Unruh, W. N. Vodden, A. B. Walgren, F. E. Whitmer, C. F. Williams, P. E. Williams, 
A. H. Wright, Assistant Secretaries and Assistant Cashiers ; C. E. Johnson, F. H. 
LaVigne, J. P. Martin, Wallace Merriam, Assistant Secretaries and Assistant Trust Officers; 
W. E. Anger, Douglas Beasley, L. W. Beede, R. O. Boyer, C. N. Brady, G. Conlan, 
Chas. W. Conway, R. L. Hatch, Wm. Larsen, Elmer L. Nielsen, H. D. Noyes, R. Pitney, 
Geo. Kothermel, Lucy Stone, F. L. Yetter, Assistant Secretaries ; R. Austin, G. M. 
Bateman, E. C. Borton, C. C. Bradley, C. W. Carlson, H. S. Chase, James R. Fowle, 

E. W. Genberg, D. R. Hollingsworth, F. C. Erickson, E. P. Foote, E. D. Kneass, 
W. A. Kruger, I. R. Lunt, E. L. McCargar, W. M. McKean, E. C. McMillan T. M. 
Robinson, Jr., R. S. Robinson, C. D. Owen, H. E. Saunders, P. L. Scheer, J. H. Skillen, 
Elsie Smyth, V. L. Thompson, J. J. Viera, Assistant Cashiers. 

Directors — John D. McKee, Chairman of the Board; James K. Armsby, Geo. M. Bowles. 

F. W. Bradley, William Cavalier, Edward H. Clark, C. H. Crocker, W. F. Detert, F. T. 
Elsey. Milton H. Esberg, Geo. S. Forderer, A. Crawford Greene, Alexander Hamilton, 
Scuait S. Hawley, Robert B. Henderson, A. S. Holmes, M. R. Jones, J. R. KnowlanJ, 
Roger D. Lapham, James K. Lochead, Russell Lowry, Parker S. Maddux, William 
Wallace Mein, C. O. G. Miller, Robert Miller, John J. Mitchell, T. S. Montgomery, H. C. 
Morris, T. W. Norris, Herman Phleger, William P. Roth, Frank L. Taylor, William 
Thomas, Ralston L. White, Ben F. Woolner. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Court 
Trusts 


Private 
Trusts 


Combined 


Resources 
Loans and discounts, including 


$58,664,456 20 


$107,805,994 36 






$166,470,450 56 


Bankers' acceptances, including 








Notes, drafts or bills of exchange. 






_ . 








128,719 80 
6,510,861 46 

250,000 00 
4,670,330 58 

9,959,218 14 

2,190,033 31 

38,999 98 

7,098,389 67 

11,510,899 10 








128,719 80 


Customers' liability account 








6,510,861 46 


Liability of foreign banks and 
bankers on account of accept- 








250,000 00 




26,120,531 01 
23.082,307 23 


$500,000 00 




31,290,861 59 


All other bonds, warrants and 
securities, including premium 
thereon, less all offsetting 
bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fix- 
tures and safe deposit vaults. 


$100,000 00 


33.141,525 37 




2,190.033 31 


1,883,535 52 

4,270,790 82 

235,936 00 

2,407,379 62 






1,922,535 50 








11,369,180 49 




12,574 11 


104,424 51 


11,863,833 72 




2,407,379 62 


Exchanges for clearing house... 


3,147,421 59 
80,275 85 

1,853,162 60 






3,147,421 59 


1,683 00 






81,958 85 


Items with Federal Reserve 
Bank in process of collection. 






1,853,162 60 




2,425 89 


11.936 49 
3,689 00 


14,362 38 




9.440,419 88 


192,873 31 


9,636,982 19 








Totals 


$116,543,188 16 


$166,001,030 87 


$515,000 00 


$220,050 00 


$282,279,269 03 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 175 

AMERICAN TRUST COMPANY. SAN FRANCISCO— Continued 





Commercial 


Savings 


Court 
Trusts 


Private 
Trusts 


Combined 


Liabilities 
Capital paid in 


37,000,000 00 
6,500,000 00 


$2,400,000 00 
3,500,000 00 


$500,000 00 


$100,000 00 


$10,000,000 00 


Surplus .. . - 


10,000,000 00 


Amount segregated for protec- 
tion of court and private 








All undivided profits, less ex- 


792,632 35 
273,615 04 


-91,845 60 
100,312 75 




100,000 00 


800,786 75 






373,927 79 


Bills payable with Federal 
Reserve Bank other than 
rediscounts 








Bills payable other than with 
Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing al 1 obligations representing 
money borrowed, other than 












Liabilities for rediscounts with 


2,128,999 82 

3,013,879 85 

16,047,470 49 

896 50 

63,344,798 62 








2,128,999 82 


Liabilities for rediscounts other 
than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 








3,013,879 85 




10,212 50 






16,057,682 99 


Dividends unpaid 






896 50 


Individual deposits subject to 








63,344,798 62 




138,861,288 27 






138,861,288 27 




152,078 82 
2,521,458 04 

153,330 63 
2,056,779 49 

3,193,175 71 

59,775 16 

37,031 83 

7,509,174 32 
250,000 00 






152,078 82 




4,203,456 01 






6,724,914 05 


Certified checks 






153,330 63 


Cashiers' checks 








2,056,779 49 


State, county and municipal 
deposits 


16,378,690 26 
404,852 00 






19,571,865 97 


United States and postal savings 
deposits 






464,627 16 


Letters of credit and travelers' 
cheeks sold for cash and now 






37,031 83 


Acceptances executed by or for 
account of or under guarantee 
of this bank, except those 
held by this bank 








7,509,174 32 


Liability account acceptances 
executed to furnish dollar 








250,000 00 


Deposits of money received 
from executors, administra- 
tors, guardians, assignees 
receivers or trustees 
















15,000 00 


20,000 00 
50 00 


35,000 00 


Other liabilities . 


508,091 49 


234,064 68 


742,206 17 








Totals. 


$115,543,188 16 


$166,001,030 87 


$515,000 00 


$220,050 00 


$282,279,269 03 


Interest earned but not col- 
lected, not included in re- 

















Trust Resources 


Court Trusts 


Trust Lubilities 


Court Trusts 


Personal assets received from executors, 
administrators, guardians, assignees. 


$6,682,231 27 

15,578,312 46 

2,428,312 73 

1,128,728 70 


Personal assets leceived from executors, 
administrators, guardians, assignees, 
receivers or trustees 

Trusts held in capacity of executor, 
administrator, guardian, assignee, 
receiver or trustee 

Private trusts, specially designated and 
construed as court trusts, under 


$6,682,231 27 


Trust investments, personal property.. . 

Trusts investments, real property 

Due from banks. 


19,135,330 19 


Cash on hand 












$25,817,585 16 


23 70 




Total 




Total 


$25,817,585 16 









Note. — The above statement includes the business of branch offices at Alameda, Albany, 
Berkeley, Burlingame, Byron, Campbell, Concord, Emeryville, Gilroy, Larkspur, Livermore, 
Los Bancs, Martinez, Menlo Park, Modesto, Newman, Oakland, Palo Alto, Petaluma, 
Piedmont, Pittsburg, Richmond, San Anselmo, San Francisco, San Jose, San Leandro, 
San Rafael, Santa Clara, Santa Rosa, Saratoga, Sausalito, Sonoma, Tiburon, Tracy and 
London. England. 



176 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



COMMERCIAL BANK. PATTERSON 

Incorporated June 10, 1920. 



670 



Officfrs — W. W. Cox, President; W. W. Zacharias, Vice President; J. L. Jessen, Treasurer; 

F. E. Douty, Cashier; J. D. Olson, Assistant Cashier. 
Directors— W. W. Cox, W. W. Zacharias, W. W. Giddings, J. D. Patterson, H. V. Bridgford, 

J. L. Jessen, Frank Cox, C. P. Peterson, F. E. Douty. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 


$154,827 50 


$89,699 97 


$244,527 47 






Note.s, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts 










485 61 




485 61 








Liability of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceotances 








United States securities owned., .. _ . 








Allother bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 


49,383 20 

38,400 00 

561 60 


52,487 50 
15,900 00 


101,870 70 

54,300 00 

561 60 










62,850 25 
14,902 48 


11,072 68 
4,378 23 


73,922 93 




19,280 71 








7,822 29 




7,822 29 


Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection.. 






















Totals - 


$329,232 93 

$50,000 00 
5,000 00 
5,442 74 


$173,538 38 

$25,000 00 
2,500 00 


$502,771 31 


Liabilities 


$75,000 00 




7,500 00 


All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid. 


5,442 74 








Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 








Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 








Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 


















177 00 
190,723 97 




177 00 






190,723 97 




146,038 38 


146,038 38 










57,229 15 
2,913 38 
4,092 56 

13,654 13 




57,229 15 






2,913 38 






4,092 56 


State, county and municipal deposits.. 




13,654 13 






Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 








Acceptancesexecutedby or for account of or under guarantee 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
























Totals 


$329,232 93 
$3,000 00 


$173,538 38 
$1,800 00 


$502,771 31 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities. . ..... 


$4,800 00 







REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS 



177 



BANK OF OAEXEY. OAKLEY 

Incorporated August 6, 1920. 



671 



Officers — J. H. Shaw, President; W. H. Hall, Vice President; P. A. Anderson, Cashier and 

Treasurer, F. C. Anderson, Secretary. 
Directors— J. H. Shaw, W. H. Hall, E. J. Sinclair, P. A. Anderson, F. C. Anderson. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resoubces 


$45,872 73 


$126,885 46 


$172,758 19 
















105 67 




105 67 
























All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 


84,524 40 
2,721 40 


50,008 51 
10,961 99 


134,.532 91 
13,683 39 












11,775 99 
5,473 45 


4,962 61 
4,115 26 


16,738 60 




9,588 71 














Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection. 










395 40 




395 40 








Totals - 


$150,869 04 

$12,500 00 

4,250 00 

760 91 


$196,933 83 

$12,500 00 
7,750 00 
2,567 53 


$347,802 87 


LUBILITIES 

Capital paid in 


.$25,000 00 


Surplus . .... 


12,000 00 


Al 1 undivided profits , less expenses , interest and taxes paid . . 
Reserve for interest, taxes, etc.. 


3,328 44 


Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other tnan 
rediscounts . 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 
than rediscounts.. . 


15,000 00 




15,000 00 








Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 








Deposits due to banks. 


















85,858 13 




85,858 13 


Savings deposits ..- ... . ... 


139,116 30 


139,116 30 








Time certificates of deposit. . 
















Cashiers' checks 








State, county and municipal deposits ... 


32,500 00 


35,000 00 


67,500 00 






Letters of credit and travelers' chei-kB sold for cash and now 
outstanding.. 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish doUar 








Other liabilities 
















Totals 


$150,869 04 
$604 50 


$196,933 83 
$197 50 


$.347,802 87 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 


$802 00 







12—69903 



178 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



GROWERS SECURITY BANK. DELANO 

Incorporated September 20. 1920. 



672 



Officers — Rodney I,. Turner, President; Harry R. DeVenney, E- A. Roberts, Vice Presidents; 

E. A. Henley, Cashier; D. Cave, Assistant Cashier. 
Directors — Rodney L. Turner, Harry P. DeVennev, W. J. Wallace. Jerry P. Shields, B. F. 

Strodley, A. P. Minetti, Wm. A. Hallock, F. W. Welsh, E. A. Roberts. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 


$147,833 83 


$40,153 46 


$187,987 29 
















25 91 




25 91 
























All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 


248,180 03 
23,200 00 


23,252 50 
19,226 95 
4,102 66 


271,432 53 

42,426 95 

4,102 66 










29,970 04 
18,400 50 


2,486 41 
3,888 95 


32,4.56 45 




22,289 45 








3,610 14 




3,610 14 










4,687 14 




4,687 14 








Totals 


.$475,907 63 

$25,000 00 
7, .500 00 
7,091 54 


$93,110 93 
$25,000 00 


$569,018 56 


LUBILITIES 


$50,000 00 




7,500 00 


All undivided profits less expenses, interest and taxes paid. . 




7,091 54 








Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 


46,000 00 




46,000 00 








Bank 


























229,961 58 




229,961 .58 




68,110 93 


68,110 93 










6,475 00 




6,475 00 










30,720 64 

116,679 05 

5,163 66 




30,720 64 


State, county and municipal deposits 




116,679 05 


United States and postal savings deposits _. 




5,163 66 


Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 






Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 
of this bank, except those held by this bank 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
exchange . 








Other liabilities 


1,316 16 




1,316 16 








Totals 


$475,907 63 


$93,110 93 


$.569,018 56 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities - 













REPORT OP^ SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



179 



FARMERS AND MERCHANTS TRUST COMPANY OF LONG BE^CH. 

LONG BEACH 

Incorporated August 18, 1920. 674 

Officers — C. J. Walker, Chairman of the Board; H. V. Ketcherside, President; Chas. Z. 

Walker, T. W. VVilliams, Vice Presidents; W. H. Dunn, Treasurer and Secretary; C. E. 

Huntington, Assistant Secretary and Treasurer; H. I. Stewart, Assistant Secretary; 

H. McQuilkin, Auditor. 
Directors— C. T. Walker, H. V. Ketcherside, W. H. Dunn, C. E. Huntington, T. W. Williams, 

Chas. Z. Walker, B. W. Hahn. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Court 
Trusts 


Private 
Trusts 


Combined 


Resources 
















All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 
thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 


$102,343 25 
5,196 75 


$108,644 50 

24,654 71 

100 00 


$210,987 75 
29,851 46 




100 00 
























Totals 


$107,540 00 

$50,000 00 

50,000 00 

7,240 00 


$133,399 21 

$50,000 00 
50,000 00 
33,149 21 


$240,939 21 


Liabilities 


$100,000 00 




100,000 00 


All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid- 


40,389 21 


Deposits of money received from executors, administrators, 










300 00 


250 00 


550 GO 














Totals 


$107,540 00 


$133,399 21 


$240,939 21 







Trust Resources 


Court Trusts 


Trust Liabilities 


Court Trusts 


Personal assets received from executors, 
administrators, guardians, assignees, 
receivers or trustees 

Trust investments, personal property. .. 

Trust investments, real property 


$38,300 00 

484,184 26 

248,100 00 

18,500 04 


Personal assets received from executors, 
administrators, guardians, assignees, 
receivers or trustees _ __. 

Trusts held in capacity of executor, 
administrator, guardian, assignee, 


$38,300 00 
750,784 30 


Cash on hand 


Private trust", specially designated and 
construed as court trusts, under 
supervision . - 












Total 




Total 


$789,084 30 


$789,084 30 







180 



REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



COMMERCIAL AND SAVINGS BANK. WATERFORD 

Incorporated June 18, 1920. 



676 



Officers — A. A. Gait, President; Thos. E. Cooper, Vice President; S. E. Ayer, Cashier; 

V. A. Spoonemore, Assistant Cashier. 
Directors — A; A. Gait, John T. Halford, Harry J. Wood, Thos. E. Cooper, S. E. Ayer. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resottrces 


$80,046 99 


$53,375 00 


$133,421 99 






Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts 
















Customers' liability account acceptances 








Liability of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptances 










6,000 00 

17,000 00 
8,100 00 
4,600 00 




6,000 00 


All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 




17,000 00 


Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 


11,303 53 


19,403 53 
4,600 00 










26,249 40 
5,854 03 


7,483 77 
1,700 00 


33,733 17 




7,554 03 






Checks and other cash items .. .. .- 








Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection 
























Totals 


$147,850 42 

$20,000 00 
1,400 00 

84 82 


$73,862 30 

$10,000 00 

1,450 00 

20 95 


$221,712 72 


LUBILITIES 


$30,000 00 




2,850 00 


All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid.. 


105 77 


Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 
















Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 


























70,906 83 




70,906 83 




62,391 35 


62,391 35 




5,548 25 
4,727 00 


5,548 25 






4,727 00 








Cashiers' checks . . .. 


1.279 64 
43,903 88 




1,279 64 


State, county and municipal deposits 




43,903 88 








Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 








Other liabilities 
















Totals 


$147,850 42 
$1,800 00 


$73,862 30 
$200 00 


$221,712 72 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 


$2,000 00 







REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



181 



AMERICAN COMMERCIAL AND SAVINGS BANK. 

Incorporated November 10, 1920. 



MOORPARK 



678 



Officers — J. W. Phelps, President; J. A. Murphy, Vice President; T. Leo Peel, Cashier. 
Directors — T. W. Phelps, J. A. Murphy, C. A. Everett, G. J. Ellwanger, Jas. Birkenshaw, 
W. C.'Binns, R. L. Beardsley. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 


S66,952 62 


$49,938 00 


$116,890 62 








































2,979 00 

37,663 97 
2,322 50 




2,979 00 


All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 


50,390 48 


88,054 45 
2,322 50 








4,117 48 

26,590 45 

6,234 04 




4,117 48 




7,878 82 
2,669 07 


34,469 27 




8,903 11 






































Totals 


$146,860 06 
$22,500 00 


$110,876 37 

$2,500 00 
6,000 00 


$257,736 43 


Liabilities 


$25,000 00 




6,000 00 


All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid . 


4, ,532 70 


4,532 70 








Bills payab'e with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 








Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 








Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 


























93,833 63 




93,833 63 




73,376 37 


73,376 37 












4,000 00 


4,000 00 










993 73 
25,000 00 




, 993 73 




25,000 00 


50,000 00 


United States and postal savings deposits . .. 




Ijetters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 
outstanding . . 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 
of this bank, except those held by this bank 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
























Totals 


$146,860 06 
$1,260 00 


$110,876 37 
$930 00 


.1257,736 43 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resovirces 
or liabilities 


$2,190 00 







182 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



COACHELLA VALLEY STATE BANK. THERMAL 

Incorporated December 11, 1920. 



682 



Officers — J. W. Newman, President; E. E. Black, Vice President; W. D. Gibbs, Cashier; 

C. S. Ward. Assistant Cashier. 
Directors — J. W. Newman, E. E. Black, W. D. Gibbs, C. C. Harbaugh, Robbing Russel. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 



Commercial 



Savings 



Combined 



RBSOtTRCES 

Loans and discounto, including rediscounts.. 

Bankers' acceptances, including rediscounts 

Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts 

Overdrafts 

Customers' liability account acceptances. 

Liability of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptances 

United States securities owned _ — 

Al' other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 

Other real estate owned 

Due from Federal Reserve Bank 

Due from other banks 

Actual cash on hand... 

Exchanges for clearing house 

Checks and other cash items . 

Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection... 
Other resources 



),525 91 



$20,992 00 



4,280.00 



4,750 00 

32,347 98 

1,911 58 



677 44 
476 47 



Totals. 



Liabilities 

Capital paid in 

Surplus . .... 

All undivided profits , less expenses, interest and taxes paid. . 

Reserve for interest, taxes, etc 

Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 

rediscounts -. 

Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 

than rediscounts 

Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 

Liabilities for rediscounts otner than with Federal Reserve 

Bank 

Deposits due to banks 

Dividends unpaid 

Individual deposits subject to check 

Savings deposits 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit. 

Certified checks 

Cashiers' checks 

State, county and municipal deposits 

United States and postal savings deposits 

Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 

outstanding __ 

Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 

of this bank , except those held by this bank 

Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 

exchange.- 

Other liabilities 



$132,970 54 



$20,000 00 

1,000 00 

795 80 



55,000 00 
500 00 



$110,517 91 



155 07 



501 20 



4,280 00 



4,750 00 

33,025 42 

2,388 05 



$155,617 65 



$25,000 00 

1,500 00 

795 80 



17,147 11 



8,500 00 

'"804"oi 



Totals. 



Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 



$132,970 54 



$800 00 



$22,647 11 



101,870 73 
17,147 11 



8,500 00 
804'0i 



155,617 65 
$800 00 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



183 



CALIFORNIA TRUST COMPANY. LOS ANGELES 

Incorporated December 13, 1920. 



684 



Officers — G. Allan Hancock, Chairman of the Board; A. E. Huntington, President; Frederick 
R. Behrends, Vice President and Trust Officer; Lewis E. Bliss, A. M. Chaiifey, J. B. 
ChafFey, Geo. A. J. Howard, James R. Page, Benson L. Smith, W. H. Thomson, Vice 
Presidents; Samuel S. Rolph, Assistant Trust Officer; F. H. Schmidt, Cashier and 
Assistant Secretary; D. C. Geiselman, Escrow Officer; H. M. Coffin, Secretary and 
Treasurer ; D. L. Wyland, Auditor ; Randolph Smith, Manager Corporate Department and 
Assistant Secretary ; William Payne, Assistant Auditor and Assistant Secretary ; Conrad 
J. Fuglaar, Chief Accountant ; Edward H. Stamm, Assistant Secretary. 

Directors — Lewis E. Bliss, A. M. Chaffey, Jefferson P. Chandler, Leo. S. Chandler, H. M. 
Coffin, Charles E. Donnelly, Zack J. Farmer, Claude Fisher, W. R. Fraser, G. Allan 
Hancock, Preston Hotchkis, Geo. A. J. Howard, A. E. Huntington, A. N. Kemp, 
Edgar G. Miller, Alan E. Morphy, Elvon Musick, Eugene Overton, Lee A. Phillips, 
F. H. Kolaap, Moye W. Stephens, W. H. Thomson, R. J. Wig, Alfred Wright, Gerald 
C. Young. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Court 
Trusts 


Private 
Trusts 


Combined 


RESOtmCES 


$418,400 00 


$62,750 00 


$481,150 00 






All other bonis, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less ail offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Due from other banks 


50,000 00 
5,961 95 


227,904 34 

15,669 90 

1,144 91 

12,765 87 

40,220 81 


277,904 34 
21,631 85 




1,144 91 




26,138 05 


38,903 92 




40,220 81 








Totals- . 


$500,500 00 

$300,000 00 

15,500 00 

150,000 00 


$360,455 83 

$200,000 00 
51,300 00 
75,139 66 
19,016 17 


$860,955 83 


LlABILITn..S 


$500,000 00 


Surplus 


66,800 00 


All undi\'ided profits, less expenses interest and taxes paid- 


225,139 66 
19,016 17 


Deposits of money received from executors, administrators, 








35,000 00 


15,000 00 


50,000 00 














Totals. . . . 


$500,500 00 


$360,455 83 


$860,955 83 







Trust Resoxjrces 


Court Trusts 


Trust Liabilities 


Court Trusts 


Persona) assets received from executors, 
administrators, guardians, assignees. 




Personal assets received from executors, 
administrators, guardians, assignees, 




Trast investments, persona! property... 


$5,262,784 51 

1,490,709 30 

354,250 74 


Trusts held in capacity of executor, 
administrator, guardian, assignee, 
receiver or trustee. 

Private trusts, specially designated and 
construed as court trusts, under 
supervision 

Total 






$3,595,744 55 


Cash on hand . 








3,512,000 00 


TotaL. 


$7,107,744 55 


$7,107,744 55 









184 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



BANK OF UPPER LAKE. UPPER LAKE 

Incorporated August 4, 1921. 



693 



Officers — J. A. Youngreen, President; R. H. Sneed, Chairman of the Board; Geo. W. Johnson, 
J. B. Baker, Vice Presidents; Marion A. Youngreen, Cashier and Secretary; J. A. 
Youngreen, Treasurer. 

Directors — R. H. Sneed, J. A. Youngreen, Geo. W. Johnson, J. B. Baker, G. W. Kiblinger, 
Marion A. Youngreen. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 



Commercial 



Savings 



Combined 



Resources 

Loans and discounts, including rediscounts - 

Bankers' acceptances, including rediscounts..- 

Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts. 

Overdrafts 

Customers ' liability account acceptances 

Liability of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptances 

United States securities owned _ 

All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts.. 
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 

Other real estate owned 

Due from Federal Reserve Bank .-, 

Due from other banks 

Actual cash on hand 

Exchanges for clearing house 

Checks and other cash items ... 

Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection 
Other resources 



$69,204 70 



1.285 11 



82 59 



1,022 10 



56,800 11 
12,096 70 



24,480 20 



9,029 90 
5,666 49 



1,588 08 
1,548 18 



88 



Totals. 



Liabilities 

Capital paid in 

Surplus ---. 

All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid.. 

Reserve for interest, taxes, etc... 

Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 

rediscounts — 

Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 

than rediscounts 

Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 

Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 

Bank 

Deposits due to banks 

Dividends unpaid . 

Individual deposits subject to check 

Savings deposits 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit 

Certified checks 

Cashiers' checks .- 

State, county and municipal deposits 

United States and postal savings deposits 

Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 

outstanding 

Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 

of tnis bank, except those held by this bank 

Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 

exchange 

Other liabilities 



$153,903 47 



$15,000 00 

5,500 00 

1,882 24 

29 30 



$91,901 57 
$10,000 00 



2,383 65 



15,000 00 



$133,489 81 



82 59 



1,022 10 



81,280 31 
12,096 70 



10,617 98 
7,214 67 



$245,805 04 



$25,000 00 

5,500 00 

4,265 89 

29 30 



15,000 00 



759 00 
84,841 65 



56,589 96 



538 00 

353 28 

30,000 00 



2,927 96 

"2b',666"66 



Totals. 



Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities _ 



$153,903 47 



$635 43 



$91,901 57 
$1,327 36 



759 00 
84,841 65 
56,589 96 



2,927 96 

538 00 

353 28 

50,000 00 



$245,805 04 
$1,962 79 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



185 



TUJUNGA VALLEY BANK. TUJUNGA 

Incorporated November 7, 1921. 695 

Officers — Emil Kirchner, President; Geo. C. Buck, Vice President; Harry J. Thomas, Cashier; 

P. P. Correll, Lauren C. Shaffer, Assistant Cashiers. 
Directors — Geo. C. Buck, W. J. Buckley, G. J. Fischer, M. V. Hartranft, Emil Kirchner, 

Harry J. Thomas, Addison E. Wells. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 


$89,308 85 


$128,795 40 


$218,104 25 
















169 75 




169 75 
















United States securities owned 








All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 
thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 


136,455 00 
23,750 00 


1,995 00 


138,450 00 
23,750 00 










5,926 19 

46,174 19 

6,979 30 

58 64 

158 00 


1,566 66 

4,014 51 
2,951 72 


7,426 19 




50,188 70 




9,931 02 




58 64 






158 00 










45 67 




45 67 








Totals - - 


$309,025 59 

$30,000 00 
6,250 00 
1,408 22 


$139,256 63 

$20,000 00 
4,000 00 


$448,282 22 


Liabilities 


$50,000 00 


Surplus .. - .. - ..-. 


10,250 00 




1,408 22 








Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 
















Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 


















606 00 
183,645 67 




606 00 






183,645 67 




106,606 63 


106,606 63 








Time certificates of deposit . . 




8,650 00 


8,650 00 










6,759 20 
80,356 50 




6,759 20 


State, county and municipal deposits 




80,356 50 








Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
























Totals 


$309,025 59 
$2,000 00 


$139,256 63 
$1,500 00 


$448,282 22 


Interest earned but not collected, not bcluded in resources 
or liabilities 


$3,500 00 







186 



REPORT ' OF SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS 



BANK OF ZELZAH. ZELZAH 

Incorporated December 29, 1921. 



699 



Officers — Olaf Halvorson, President; Franz J. Borchard, Vice President; J. H. Willis, Cashier. 
Directors — -Olaf Halvorson, G. A. Allard, Franz J. Borchard, Wm. K. English. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 


$68,913 07 


$28,866 75 


$97,779 82 






Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts 








Overdrafts.. . .. . 


193 91 




193 91 
























All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 
thereon, jess all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 


38,365 30 

2,842 19 

502 42 


2,500 00 


40,865 30 
2,842 19 






502 42 








Due from other banks . . 


9,045 35 
3,893 37 


5,346 88 
710 34 


14,392 23 




4,693 71 








128 10 




128 10 








Other resources 
















Totals... . 


$123,973 71 

$15,000 00 
1,500 00 
1,121 19 


$37,423 97 

$10,000 00 
1,000 00 


$161,397 68 


LUBILITIES 

Canital paid in... 


$25,000 00 


Surplus 


2,500 00 




1,121 19 








Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 


12,500 00 




12,500 00 








Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 


























46,785 94 




46,785 94 




26,423 97 


26,423 97 










10,000 00 




10.000 00 








Cashiers' checks . . 


2,066 58 
35,000 00 




2,066 58 




35,000 00 








Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
























Totals 


$123,973 71 


$37,423 97 


$161,397 68 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 













REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



187 



CITIZENS BANK OF GARDEN GROVE. GARDEN GROVE 

Incorporated December 23. 1921. 704 

Officers — H. A. Lake, Piesideiit ; P. D. Brady, Vice President; L. \V. Schauer, Cashier, 

Secretary-Treasi:rer. 
Directors— L. W. Schauer, C. S. Holt, C. A. Andres, H. A. Lake, P. D. Brady. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 
Loans and discounts, including rediscounts $97,719 04 


$41,389 80 


$139,108 84 












43 04 




43 04 
























All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 


75,884 32 
15,208 10 


2,000 00 
2.667 00 


77.884 32 
17,875 10 






1,250 00 
2,291 90 


1,250 00 




34,331 81 
8.649 03 


36,623 71 




8,649 03 








457 80 




457 80 
























Totals ... 


$232,293 14 

$20,000 00 

1,800 00 

899 51 


$49,598 70 

$5,000 00 
450 00 
360 12 


$281,891 84 
$25,000 00 


Liabilities 




2 250 00 


All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid. _ 
Reserve for interest, taxes, etc... . 


1,2.59 63 


Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 
rediscounts --.. 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 


10,000 00 




10,000 00 


Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 




Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 








Deposits due to banks 










1,000 00 
124,570 91 




1,000 00 
124,570 91 








43,788 58 


43788 58 

1,000 00 

13,783 20 

130 50 


Demand certificates of deposit 


1,000 00 

13,783 20 

130 50 

4,109 02 
55,000 00 














4,109 02 
55,000 00 


State, county and municipal deposits .. -. 




United States and postal sa\'ings deposits 




Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 
outstanding . __ __ .1. 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 
of this bank, except those held by this bank.. 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
exchange 








Other liabilities 
















Totals - 


$232,293 14 
$1,490 00 


$49,598 70 
$710 00 


$281,891 84 
$2,200 00 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities (approximately) . 





188 



REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



HOLLYWOOD STATE BANK. LOS ANGELES 

Incorporated December 22, 1921. 



710 



Officers — Charles A. Hubbard, President; C. A. Adams, George McLagan, Vice Presidents; 

C. ly. Nelson, Vice President and Cashier; Mercedes Rodman, Assistant Cashier and 

Secretary; 1,. B. Howard. Treasurer. 
Directors — Dale Parke, H. A. Goldman, Mrs. L. B. Howard, R. F. Barnett, L. W. Klinker, 

Charles A. Hubbard, W. W. Kerrigan, C. L. Nelson, George McLagan. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 



Commercial 



Savings 



Combined 



Resources 

Loans and discounts , including rediscounts 

Bankers' acceptances, including rediscounts 

Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts. 

Overdrafts -- 

Customers' liability account acceptances 

Liability of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptances 

United States securities owned _ - - _ _ 

All other bonds, warrauts and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts. . 
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 

Other real estate owned 

Due from Federal Reserve Bank 

Due from other banks 

Actual cash on hand 

Exchanges for clearing house 

Checks and other cash items ... 

It ems with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection 
Other resources 



Totals. 



Liabilities 

Capital paid in 

Surplus -. 

All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid 

Reserve for interest, taxes, etc 

Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 

rediscounts „ 

ills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 

than rediscounts _ 

Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 

Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 

Bank _ 

Deposits due to banks 

Dividends unpaid 

Individual deposits subject to check 

Savings deposits 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit 

Certified checks 

Cashiers' checks . 

State, county and municipal deposits 

United States and postal savings deposits 

Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 

outstanding 

Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 

of this bank, except those held by this bank 

Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 

exchange 

Other liabilities 



8286,286 38 
'"2',i86'6'7 



$174,867 82 



202,021 86 



79,649 78 
82,667 70 



43,731 47 
15,192 92 



20,000 00 
67,292 76 
14,493 48 



5,000 00 
1,639 39 
9,269 39 



17 50 



$754,616 13 



$85,000 00 

1,000 00 

-4,895 40 



$249,700 99 



$15,000 00 
1,000 00 



25,000 00 



$461,154 20 



2,186 67 



245,753 33 



94,842 70 
82,667 70 



25,900 00 
68,932 15 
23,762 87 



17 50 



$1,004,317 12 



$100,000 00 

2,000 00 

-4,-895 40 



25,000 00 



415,980 00 



982 00 

31,426 03 

200,000 00 



157,940 99 
'25',766"66 



415,980 00 
157,940 99 



50,000 00 



25,760 00 

982 00 

31,426 03 

250,000 00 



123 50 



123 50 



Totals. 



$754,616 13 



$249,700 99 



$1,004,317 12 



Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 



REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



189 



LAKESIDE COMMERCIAL AND SAVINGS BANK. LAKESIDE 

Incorporated November 25, 1921. 



713 



Officers— A. W. Hall, President; L. G. Scott, Vice President; B. J. Conrad, Cashier. 
Directors— A. W. Hall, L. G. Scott, A. W. Morton, H. S. Kibbey, Geo. W. Gibson, Harold 
Bacon, B. J. Conrad. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 


$72,726 75 


$47,846 67 


$120,573 42 








































6,000 00 

56,602 60 
4,500 00 




6.000 00 


All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 




56.602 60 


Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 


6,500 00 


11.000 00 




3,000 00 
17,480 87 
4,270 24 


1,500 00 
3,031 24 


4,500 00 




20,512 11 




4,270 24 








































Totals - . 


$164,580 46 

$15,000 00 

5,500 00 

307 20 


$58,877 91 

$10,000 00 
1.000 00 


$223,458 37 


Liabilities 


$25,000 00 




6,500 00 


All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid. . 


307 20 








Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing ail obligations representing money borrowed, other 








Liaoilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 








Bank. 








Deposits due to banks 








Dividends unpaid . . 










87.326 98 




87,326 98 




47.877 91 


47,877 91 








Time certificates of deposit. . . . 


4,500 00 


« 


4,500 00 


Certified checks . 






Cashiers' checks 


1,946 28 
50,000 00 




1,946 28 


State, county and municipal deposits 




50,000 00 


United States and postal savings deposits 






Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 
outstanding _ . 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 
of this bank, except those held by this bank 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
exchange 
























Totals 


$164,580 46 


$58,877 91 


$223,458 37 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 













190 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS 



HAWTHORNE STATE BANK. HAWTHORNE 

Incorporated April 15, 1922. 



714 



Officers — F. A. Jones, President; A. J. Mclver, Vice President; R. R. Hopkins, Cashier; 

H. C. Hilbert, Assistant Cashier. 
Directors— F. A. Jones, R. R. Hopkins, A. J. Mclver, E. W. French, F. A. Ewing, Bernard 

Martin, John R. Holland. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Rerourcbs 


$112,257 28 


$61,065 01 


$173,322 29 
















51 14 




51 14 
















United States securities owned 


29,981 25 

238,583 49 
24,321 82 
20,652 23 

2,500 00 
51,136 02 

5,882 53 




29,981 25 


All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 
thereon, less all ofTsettina bond adjustment accounts 


32,367 50 


270,950 99 
24,321 82 




18,470 45 


39,122 68 




2,500 00 




1,459 14 
5,271 85 


52,595 16 




11,154 38 








569 58 




569 58 


Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection 








193 40 




193 40 








Totals - 


$486,128 74 

$40,000 00 
3,000 00 
5,789 04 
1,689 37 


$118,633 95 
$13,900 00 


$604,762 69 


Liabilities 
Capital paid in . 


$53,900 00 




3,000 00 


All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid. . 




5,789 04 






1,689 37 


Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 






Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all oblisations representing money borrowed, other 


50,000 00 




50,000 00 


Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 






Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank ..... 








Deposits due to banks . 








Dividends unpaid . . . 








Individual deposits subject to cheek . 


156,817 58 


""*'8V,789"65' 


156,817 58 




81,789 55 








Time certificates of deposit- - 




22,944 40 


22,944 40 


Certified checks. . 


1 00 
43,862 33 
184,497 55 


1 00 


Cashiers' checks ... 




43,862 33 


State, county and municipal deposits 




184,497 55 






Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 
out?tandiLg... _ 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 
of this bank, except those held by this bank _ 








Liabiiity account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
exchange 








Other liabilities 


471 87 




471 87 








Totals 1.... 


$486,128 74 
$1,843 00 


$118,633 95 
$871 00 


$604,762 69 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities . . 


$2,714 00 







REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS, 



191 



SECURITY STATE BANK OF TURLOCK. TURLOCK 

Incorporated April 19. 1922. 



715 



Officers — Fred Knudsen, President : E. A. Malmberg, Vice President and Cashier ; A. L. 

Swanson, Treasurer; F. J. Rajcs, Esther Erickson, Assistant Cashiers; A. P. Klint, 

Chairman. 
Directors — A. P. Klint, Fred Knudsen, Andrew Larson, E. A. Malmberg, A. L. Swanson, 

Otto Swanson, C. H. Widhind. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 


$98,035 86 


$135,369 43 


$233,405 29 














Overdrafts 


124 74 




124 74 




















7,250 00 
148,241 18 


7,250 00 


All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 
thereon, less all offsettiDg bond adjustment accounts 


29,125 00 
5,000 00 


177,366 IS 
5,000 00 








Due from Federal Reserve Bank . 


1,000 00 

24,085 82 

9,511 59 

1,813 79 


6,000 00 
13,360 99 


7,000 00 




37,446 81 


Actual cash on hand 


9,511 59 


Exchanges for clearing house — 




1,813 79 


Checks and other cash items 














Other resources 


140 86 




140 86 








Totals ___ 


$168,837 66 

S25,000 00 
4,000 00 
7,470 00 


$310,221 60 

$25,000 00 
5,000 00 


$479,059 26 


Liabilities 
Capital paid in ._ .. .. 


$50,000 00 


Surplus .. 


9,000 (K) 


All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid. . 


7,470 00 








Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 
rediscounts . 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 








Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 








Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank... 








Deposits due to banks 








Dividends unpaid ... .. . 


1,500 
105,442 42 




1,500 00 


Individual deposits subiect to check 




103,442 42 


Savings deposits... __." .. 


238,221 60 


238,221 60 


Demand certificates of deposit . 






Time certificates of deposit. 


10,704 77 

730 33 

3,863 45 

10,000 00 




10,704 77 


Certified checks . . 




730 33 


Cashiers' checks 




3,863 45 


State, county and municipal deposits 


42,000 00 


52,000 00 


United States and postal savings deposits 




Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 
outstanding 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 
of this bank, except those held by this bank 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
exchange . 




. 




Other liabilities. 


126 69 




126 69 








Totals . 


$168,8.37 66 
$1,308 24 


$310,221 60 
$3,470 91 


$479,059 26 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 


$4,779 1.5 







192 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



CENTRAL BANK OF CALAVERAS. SAN ANDREAS 

Incorporated March 27, 1922. 



720 



Officers — C. J. Tiscornia, President; W. S. Dennis, Vice President; F. A. Meyer, Cashier, 
Secretary and Treasurer; J. A. Serra, Assistant Cashier and Secretary. 

Directors — C. J. Tiscornia, W. S. Dennis, F. A. Meyer, A. Domenghini, John Cavagnaro, 
Giacomo Oneto, J. A. Smith, Fred N. Beal, Thos. E. McSorley, Wm. W. Ellinwood, 
J. A. Serra. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


RESOtJHCES 


$90,568 61 


$448,621 16 


$539,189 77 






Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts 








Overdrafts . 


69 60 




69 60 


Customers' liability account acceptances 






Liability of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptances 










247 50 

186,714 35 
4,824 00 




247 50 


All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 


280,516 24 

9,650 00 

1 00 


467,230 59 

14,474 00 

1 00 










77,891 06 
26,902 77 


41,080 32 
17,575 86 


118,971 38 


Actual cash on hand ... ... 


44,478 63 


Exchanges for clearing house . .. .. 




Checks and other cash items .. . 
































Totals 


$387,217 89 

$25,000 00 
5,000 00 
7,226 25 


$797,444 58 

$35,000 00 

35,000 00 

7,539 95 


$1,184,662 47 


LuBiLrriES 
Capital paid in ._ 


$60,000 00 


Surplus -- 


40,000 00 


All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid- _ 


14,766 20 


Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 
than rediscounts .. .- . 
















Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank . . 
















Dividends unpaid. . 


1,827 00 
290,579 17 




1,827 00 






290,579 17 


Savings deposits 


662,904 63 


662,904 63 
















Certified checks . 








Cashiers' checks . . . . 


8,691 40 
48,894 07 




8,691 40 


State, county and municipal deposits 


57,000 00 


105,894 07 






Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
























Totals 


.$387,217 89 
$600 00 


$797,444 58 
$2,000 00 


$1,184,662 47 


Interest earned but not collected, not included m resources 


$2,600 00 







REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS 



193 



SIERRA MADRE SAVINGS BANK. SIERRA MADRE 

Incorporated May 16. 1922. 



721 



Officers — H. E. Allen, President; C. S. Kersting, Vice President; W. H. Ingraham, Cashier; 

M. F. Seeley, Assistant Cashier. 
Directors — H. E. Allen, C. S. Kersting, Chas. W. Yerxa, F. H. Hartman, W. S. Andrews, 

C. W. Hull. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 


$132,372 49 


$301,629 77 


$434,002 26 
















761 93 




761 93 
























.\11 other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all ofTsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 
Other real estate owned 


156,520 75 
8,500 00 


59,222 30 

19,000 00 

971 43 

9,000 00 

10,883 35 


215,743 05 

27,500 00 

971 43 


Due from Federal Reserve Bank .. 


6,445 19 
15,406 98 
16,423 41 


15,445 19 




26,290 33 


Actual cash on hand .. . 


16,423 41 








Checks and other eafh itp.ms 


3,630 20 




3,630 20 








Other resources .. .. 
















Totals 


$340,060 95 

$25,000 00 

19,000 00 

7,459 04 


$400,706 85 

$22,500 00 

18,000 00 

6,511 02 


$740,767 80 


LUBILITIES 

Capital paid in. 


$47,500 00 


Surplus 


37 000 00 


All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid.. 
Reserve for interest, taxes, etc .. 


13,970 06 


Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 
redisoourts ^ 








Bills payable ether than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money twrrowed, other 
than rediscounts.- 








Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 








liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 








Deposits due to banks 








Dividends unpaid 




1,425 00 


1 425 00 


lndi\ndual deposits subject to check 


236,589 40 


236,589 40 




314,327 73 


314 327 73 


Demand certificates of deposit 






Time certificates of deposit 




21,066 89 


21,066 89 


Certified checks 






Cashiers checks.. 


4,990 91 
47,021 60 




4,990 91 
63,897 81 


State, count} and municipal deposits. . . 


16,876 21 


United States and postal sa%dngs deposits ... 


Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 
outstanding _ 








of this bank, except those held by this bank . 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
exchange 








Other liabilities 
















Totals 


$340,060 95 
$500 00 


$400,706 85 
$500 00 


$740,767 80 
$1 000 00 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 







13—69903 



]94 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



CITIZENS BANK OF SAN PEDRO. SAN PEDRO 

Incorporated May 10, 1922. 



723 



Officers — 'J. A. Phillips, President; John S. Gibson, Jr., Vice President and Assistant Cashier; 

C. M. Cason, Cashier. 
Directors — J. A. Phillips, Terry E. Hickman, John Wehrman, Claude Hickman, Geo. F. 

Hopkins, John S. Gibson, Jr., C. M. Cason. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 


$76,523 34 


$36,443 50 


$112,966 84 














Overdrafts 


77 10 




77 10 
















United States securities owned 








.^11 other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 
thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 


48,905 00 
4,531 89 


1,000 00 


49,905 00 
4 531 89 


Other real estate owned 






Due from Federal Reserve Bank 








Due from other banks 


7,.523 11 

5,635 11 

3,236 60 

116 50 




7,523 11 


.'Actual cash on hand. . . 


1,791 30 


7,426 41 




3,2.36 60 


Checks and other cash items. . 




116 50 








Other resources. . . 
















Totals 


$146,548 65 

$20,000 00 
1,000 00 
2,162 53 


$39,234 80 
$5,000 00 


$185,783 45 


LlABILITIBS 

Capital paid in .. _ . 


$25,000 00 


Surplus.. 


1,000 00 






2,162 53 


Reserve for interest, taxes, etc. 






Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 








Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 








Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank__ 
















Dividends unpaid 1.. 








Individual deposits subject to check. 


82,690 34 




82,690 34 


Savings deposits _ 


34,234 80 


34,234 80 


Demand certificates of deposit 






Time certificates of deposit. 


2,000 00 

1,848 27 

1,811 10 

35,000 00 




2,000 00 


Certified checks 




1,848 27 


Cashiers' checks... 




1,811 10 


State, county and municipal deposits 




35,000 00 








Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 
outstanding 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
exchange. _. 








Other liabilities 


36 41 




36 41 








Totals 


$146,548 65 


$39,234 SO 



$185,673 45 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 







REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



195 



LOS ANGELES TRUST AND SAFE DEPOSIT COMPANY. LOS ANGELES. 

Incorporated June 16, 1922. 724 

Officers — J. M. Elliott, Chairman of the Board; Henry M. Robinson, President; R. B. Hardacre, 

Wm. R. Hervey, George S. Edwards, Vice Presidents ; A. B. Jones, Secretary and Treasurer ; 

J. E. Macbeth, S. C. Baxter, W. W. French, F. D. Campbell, Walter Shoemaker, Assistant 

Secretaries. 
Directors — Henry M. Robinson, J. M. Elliott, Wm. R. Hervey, George S. Edwards, R. B. 

Hardacre, H. C. Barroll, James E. Shelton. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Court 
Trusts 


Private 
Trusts 


Combined 


RVSOURCES 












$10,000 00 

100,000 00 
8,561 10 


$10,000 00 


All other bonis, wirraiits and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Due from other banks 


$100,000 00 
1,000 00 


200,000 00 
9, .36] 10 


Advances to trusts. 
























Totals 


$101,000 00 
$100,000 00 


$118,561 10 

$100,000 00 
11.000 00 
7,561 10 


$219,561 10 


Ll.^EILITIES 

Capital 


$200,000 00 




11,000 00 


All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid. 


1,000 00 


8..561 10 


Deposits of money received from executors, administrators, 
















Other liabilities 
















Totals 


$101,000 00 


$118,.561 10 


$219,561 10 



396 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



THE BANK OF HOLLYWOOD. LOS ANGELES 

Incorporated April 13. 1922. 



729 



Officers — G. R. Dexter, President ; Chas. Hammel, K. J. Koebigr, Maurice De Mond, Clifford 
Gillespie, Vice Presidents ; Chas. Lumpkin, Cashier ; B. H. George, W. H. Westerman, 

A. A. Sturman, Assistant Cashiers. 

Directors — John R. Avery, Gilbert H. Beesemyer, J. S. Blackton, B. U. Cain, Maurice 
De Mond, G. R. Dexter, C. B. Edington, David E. Fulwider, Clifford Gillespie, R. C. 
Gordon, Samuel Kress, Orville L. Loutt, E. R. Smith, R. N. Stevenson, H. J. Strathearn, 

B. G. Taft, Gene Tilden. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 
Loans and discounts, including rediscounts 


$999,220 81 


$288,561 


34 


$1,287,782 15 






Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts 










2,558 04 




2,558 04 




















715,005 

430,773 

94,372 

8,235 

7,659 

82,769 

8,660 


73 

00 
18 
72 
94 
00 
21 


715,005 73 


All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less al 1 offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 
Other real estate owned 


235,211 91 
8,009 88 


665,984 91 

102,382 06 

8,235 72 


Due fi-om Federal R serve Bank 


12,726 04 

125,010 46 

74,570 05 

54,681 05 

1,549 54 


20,385 98 


Due from other banks .. 


207,779 46 


Actual cash on hand . 


83,230 26 




54,681 05 


Checks and other cash items 




1,549 54 


Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection 






Other resources . 


10,925 25 




10,925 25 








Totals- 


$1,524,463 03 

$260,000 00 

26,000 00 

-14,680 96 


$1,636,037 12 
$65 000 00 


$3,160,500 15 


Liabilities 
Capita! paid in. 


$325,000 00 


Surplus _ . 


26,000 00 


All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid 




-14,680 96 


Reserve for interest, taxes, etc.- . 






Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 








Bills pajable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 
than rediscounts 








Liabi'ities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 








Liaoilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 


























1,140,169 91 
40,150 25 




1,140,169 91 


Success accounts -- -- - 




40,150 25 


Savint^s deposits . 


646,037 


12 


646,037 12 








Time certificates of deposit .. 


12,276 00 

7,986 36 

42,883 48 




12,276 00 






7,986 36 






42,883 48 




925,000 56 


925,000 00 








Letters of credit and travelers'" checks sold for cash and now 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
exchange. . . 








Other liabilities . .. . 


9,677 99 




9,677 99 








Totals 


$1,524,463 03 
$11,285 56 


$1,636,037 
$13,982 


12 
70 


$3,160,500 15 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 


$25,268 26 







Note. — The above statement includes the business of 
Vine streets, Los Angeles. 



a branch office at Santa Monica and 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



197 



STATE BANK OF MANHATTAN BEACH. MANHATTAN BEACH 

Incorporated July 18, 1922. 730 

Officers — Geo. H. Kern, President; G. S. Thatcher, Vice President; M. S. Wick, Cashier; 

N. B. Grose, Assistant Cashier. 
Directors — Geo. H. Kern, G. S. Thatcher, R. E. Matteson, M. S. Wick, J. Chattwood. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 



Commercial 



Savings 



Combined 



Resoiirces 

Loans and discounts, including rediscounts 

Bankers' acceptances, including rediscounts 

Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts. 

Overdrafts 

Customers' liability account acceptances 

Liability of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptances 

United States securities owned _ .-. 

All other bonds, warrants and securities, including pren'ium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 

Other real estate owned — 

Due from Federal Reserve Bank 

Due from other banks 

Actual cash on hand 

Exchanges for clearing house 

Checks and othei cash items 

Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection... 
Other resources 



$27,799 90 
22"i4" 



$33,868 00 



573 92 

103,682 75 

28,243 45 

240 00 



11,392 05 



15,631 60 
10,000 00 



3,881 63 
11,369 53 



5,056 95 



767 72 



Totals. 



LUBIUTIEB 

Capital paid in... 

Surplus — 

All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid. . 

Reserve for interest, taxes, etc 

Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 

rediscounts — 

Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 

than rediscounts 

Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 

Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 

Bank — 

Deposits due to banks 

Dividends unpaid 

Individual deposits subject to check 

Savings deposits 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit 

Certified checks 

Cashiers 'checks.. 

State, county and municipal deposits 

United States and postal savings deposits 

Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 

outstanding _ 

Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 

of this bank, except those held by this bank 

Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 

exchange 

Other liabilities 



$176,581 04 



$25,000 00 

5,150 00 

409 76 



$75,948 60 



$10,000 00 



$61,667 90 



11,965 97 

119,314 35 

38,243 45 

240 00 



3,881 63 
16,426 48 



767 72 



$252,529 64 



$35,000 00 

5,150 00 

409 76 



1,050 00 
78,881 01 



55,948 60 



99 02 
65,948 25 



43 00 



Totals. 



Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 



$176,581 04 



$150 00 



$75,948 60 



$200 00 



l.O.iO 00 
78,881 01 
55,948 60 



99 02 
75,948 25 



43 00 



$252,529 64 



$350 00 



198 



REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



WEST SIDE STATE BANK. LOS ANGELES 

Incorporated May 18, 1922. 



731 



Officers — C. S. Hutson, President; Dale H. Parke, Vice President; A. A. Normandin, 
Treasurer; F. F. Miller, Vice President and Cashier; A. R. Collins, Assistant Cashier and 
Secretary; W. P. Sharpe, Jr., Assistant Secretary. 

Directors — C. S. Hutson, Vern S. Stires, Wm. Ktiewbow, Dale H. Parke, F. F. Miller, L. B. 
Howard, W. C. Longstreth, A. A. Normandin. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 


$170,520 03 


$364,526 75 


$535,046 78 


Bankers' acceptances, including rediscounts .- ... 


Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts — 










201 06 




201 06 


Customers' liability account acceptances 






Liability of foreisn banks and bankers' account of acceptances 








United States securities owned ._ _._ ,. 




187,010 04 
120,702 80 


187,010 04 

215,050 62 
10,664 82 


All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 


94,347 82 
10,664 82 


Other real estate owned.. 








13,000 00 
32,032 28 
14,505 35 


12,000 00 
3,280 47 


25,000 00 
35 312 75 






14,505 35 


Exchanges for clearing house _ _ 




Checks and other cash items 








Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection... 








Other resources .. 
















Totals 


$335,271 36 

$22,500 00 
11,000 00 
4,200 30 


$687,520 06 

$37,500 00 
11,000 00 


$1,022,791 42 
$60 000 00 


LUBILITIBS 

Capital paid in . 


Surplus . 


22 000 00 


All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid. 


4,200 30 


Reserve for interest, taxes, etc.. . . 






Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 
rediscounts 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 
than rediscounts ... 








Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank.. . . 








Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 


























275,611 41 




275,611 41 




438,663 07 


438,663 07 












28,268 27 


26,268 27 




3 00 
21,384 32 


3 00 






21,384 32 




170,000 00 


170,000 00 








Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 








Other liabilities. - 


572 33 


4,088 72 


4.661 05 






Totals _.-_ 

Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 


$335,271 36 


$687,520 06 


$1,022,791 42 











REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



199 



ATLANTIC AVENUE BANK. BELL 

Incorporated September 6, 1922. 

Officers — Percy W. Wilson, President and Cashier; J. E. Kenefick, Vice President. 
Directors — Percy W. Wilson, J. E. Kenefick, John C. Samson, C. B. Graham, F. M. 
Frank L. Whitlock. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 



734 



White, 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


RESOtJRCES 

Loans and discounts, including rediscounts.. 


$246,285 32 


$165,219 12 


$411,504 44 












1,779 55 




1,779 55 
















153 23 

137,925 05 
13,092 23 


570 05 
55,733 32 


723 28 


All other bends, warrants and securities, including premium 

theieon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 


193,658 37 
13,092 23 




11,518 00 

41,481 00 

2,391 23 

1,025 86 


5,000 00 
4,895 30 
10,207 42 


16,518 00 




46,376 30 




12,598 65 




1,025 86 








Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection 










878 58 




878 58 








Totals . - 


$4.56,530 05 

$62,750 00 

17,250 00 

2,932 37 


$241,625 21 

$12,250 00 

13,750 00 

178 71 


$698,155 26 
$75,000 00 


LlABIUTIES 




31 000 00 


All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid. . 


3,111 08 


Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 








Bills payable other than wth Federal Reserve Bank, includ 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 


30,000 00 




30,000 00 








Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank . 


























242,528 29 




242,528 29 




190,446 50 


190,446 50 










4,528 10 

35 00 

13,470 08 

81,508 00 




4,528 10 


Certified checks 




35 00 






13,470 08 


State, county and municipal deposits . . 


25,000 00 


106,508 00 






Letters cf credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 










1,528 21 




1,528 21 








Totals 


$456,530 05 


$241,625 21 


$698,155 26 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities ... 













200 



REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



BANK OF COMMERCE. LOS ANGELES 

Incorporated September 23, 1922. 



738 



Officers — M. H. Schumacher, President; F. C. Legrand, Vice President and Cashier; H. S. 

Safranek, Secretary and Assistant Cashier. 
Directors — M. H. Schumacher, H. C. Tucker, J. L. Dalton, H. S. Safranek, F. C. Legrand, 

F. G. Baker, T. E. Justice. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 



Commercial 



Savings 



Combined 



Resources 

Loans and discounts , including rediscounts 

Bankers' acceptances, including rediscounts 

Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts- 
Overdrafts 

Customers' liability account acceptances 

Liability of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptances 

United States securities owned .-_ _ 

AH other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts. 
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 

Other real estate owned 

Due from Federal Reserve Bank — 

Due from other banks. 

Actual cash on hand 

Exchanges for clearing house 

Checks and other cash items 

Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection 
Other resources 



$89,410 12 



$109,587 03 



122 76 



Totals. 



LUBILITIBS 

Capital paid in 

Surplus -. 

All undivided profits, less expenses, intereist and taxes paid 

Reserve for iuterest, taxes, etc 

Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 

rediscounts 

Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 

than rediscounts 

Liabilities for rediscount with Fedeial Reserve Bank 

Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 

Bank 

Deposits due to banks - 

Dividends unpaid 

Individual deposits subject to check 

Savings deposits . 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit 

Certified checks 

Cashiers' checks 

State, county and municipal deposits.. 

United States and postal savings deposits 

Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 

outstanding 

Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 

of this bank, except those held by this bank 

Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 

exchange 

Other liabilities 



102,798 05 

7,100 00 

2,820 00 

7,500 00 

14,592 08 

11,943 66 



32,875 00 



2,500 00 

12,326 38 

1,428 81 



$236,286 67 



$25,000 00 

250 00 

2,606 98 



$158,717 22 
$15,000 00 



$198,997 15 
i22"76 



135,673 05 

7,100 00 

2,820 00 

10,000 00 

26,918 46 

13,372 47 



$395,003 89 



$40,000 00 

250 00 

2,606 98 



114,805 26 



143,717 22 



7,609 00 

382 40 

4,952 99 

80,000 00 



Totals. 



Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 



680 04 



$236,286 67 
$200 00 



$158,717 22 
$900 00 



114,805 26 
143,717 22 



7,609 00 

382 40 

4,952 99 

80,000 00 



680 04 



$395,003 89 
$1,100 00 



REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



201 



BANK OF BALBOA. BALBOA 

Incorporated September 27, 1922. 



739 



Officers — F. C. Ferry, President ; J. A. Seek, J. A. Gant, D. J. Dodge, Vice Presidents ; 

Robert W. Bailey, Cashier and Secretary; F. A. Gayden, B. W. Harmer, R. E. Turner, 

Assistant Cashiers; Roy L,. Davis, Manager Branch. 
Directors— F. C. Ferry, M. D., J. P. Greeley, J. A. Beek, J. A. Gant, D. J. Dodge, C. B. 

Diehl, Paul B. Ellsworth, N. O. Mellott, C. W. TeWinkle 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 


$150,949 41 


$77,054 59 


$228,004 00 
















21 78 




21 78 


















25,000 00 

143,796 42 
56,645 28 




25,000 00 


All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 
thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 


25.025 00 


168,821 42 
56,645 28 




12,369 98 
3,000 00 
8,013 45 


12,369 98 






3,000 00 




77,8,57 59 

21,690 04 

2,897 98 

29 42 


85,871 04 




21,690 04 






2,897 98 
29 42 






Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection.. 








61 02 




61 02 








Totals 


$478,948 94 

$62,500 00 
2,400 00 
2,969 93 


$125,463 02 

$12,500 00 
750 00 
982 67 


$604,411 96 


Liabilities 
Capital paid in ,. . . 


$75,000 00 




3,150 00 


All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid.. 
Reserve for interest, taxes, etc 


3,952 60 


Bils payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 
rediscounts 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 
than rediscounts... _._ 








Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 








Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank _ . 








Deposits due to banks. 
















Individual deposits subject to check 


321,337 36 




321.337 36 
109,022 42 


Savings deposits... .. 


109,022 42 


Demand certificates of deposit 




Time certificates of deposit 




2,207 93 


2.207 93 
6 86 


Certified checks 


6 86 

4,734 79 

85.000 00 


Cashiers' check's.. _ 




4,734 79 
85,000 00 


State, courtv and municipal deposits 




United States and postal sa\nn2S deposits.. 




Letters of credit ard travelers' checks sold for cash and now 
outstanding... _ 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 
of this bank, except those held by this bank 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
exchange 








Other liabilities 
















Totals 


$478,948 94 
$2,500 00 


$125,463 02 
$2,000 00 


$604,411 96 
$4,500 00 


Interest earned but not collected, not includecj in resources 
or liabilities 


1 



Note. — The above statement includes the business of a branch office at Costa Mesa. 



202 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



BELVEDERE STATE BANK. BELVEDERE GARDENS 

Incorporated November 21. 1922. 



747 



Officers — Warren T. Potter, President; Daniel C. Thomas, Vice President and Cashier; 

Frank T. M. Ladan, Assistant Cashier. 
Directors— R. M. Ashmun, S. N. Pierson, W. T. Potter, H. B. Ragan, R. J. Richards, D. C. 

Thomas, H. H. Townsend, P. C. Turnman, P. Westergard. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


REsomicEs 


$199,956 60 


$159,331 58 


$359,288 18 
















1,004 95 




1,004 95 




















6,856 82 
94,644 13 

Kooo'oo" 

9,195 05 


6,856 82 


All other bonds, warrants and securities, including: premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtu^res and safe deposit vaults 
Other real estate owned 


111,183 10 

16,004 25 

2,5.55 00 

6,000 00 

26,287 03 

23,394 37 


205,827 23 

16,004 2» 

2,555 00 


Due from Federal Reserve Bank . 


12,000 00 




35,482 08 


Actual cash on hand 


23,394 37 




724 38 




724 38 


Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection 




Other resources . . . -- . 


36 25 




36 25 






Totals 


$387,145 93 

$27,700 00 
4,265 00 
2,064 46 


$276,027 58 

$20,000 00 
2,000 00 


$663,173 51 


Liabilities 
Capital paid in. 


$47,700 00 


Surplus .. .- . . -- - 


6,265 00 


All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid. . 


2,064 46 








Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ine all obligations representing money borrowed, other 
















Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 








Deposits due to banks 


















257,560 11 




257,560 11 




199,627 58 


199,627 58 








Time certificates of deposit ... . . 




14,400 00 


14,400 00 


Certified checks 


78 36 
25,449 76 
70,000 00 


78 36 




4b",66o"6o' 


25,449 76 




110,000 00 






Letters of cedit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 
outstanding „ 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 








Liability accoui t acceptances executed to furnish dollar 










28 24 




28 24 








Totals 


$387,145 93 
$2,6P2 25 


$276,027 58 
$2,730 24 


$663,173 51 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities... 


$5,332 49 







REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



203 



STATE BANK OF TAFT. TAFT 

Incorporated November 13, 1922. 



748 



Officers — H. F. Owen, President; L,. D. Bachelder, Vice President; Clias. L. Woods, Treasurer; 

James McKay, Cashier; E. G. Hoffman, Assistant Cashier. 
Directors — H. F. Owen, J. C. Ramsey, Tunis Smith, W. G. Harris, Fred C. Macomber, 

Chas. L. Woods. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 


$494,337 96 


$212,440 05 


$706,778 01 
















125 25 




125 25 




















7,000 00 

148,101 55 
13,.500 00 
4,600 00 


7,000 00 


All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 




148,101 55 


Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 


7,170 59 


20,670 59 
4,600 00 










68,110 44 

25,362 41 

5,363 17 

1,314 93 


25,063 73 
13,856 02 


93,174 17 




39,218 43 




5,363 17 






1,314 93 










1,238 44 




1,238 44 








Totals 


$603,023 19 

$79,300 00 
11,360 00 
3,779 74 
6,350 00 


$424,561 35 
$35,300 00 


$1,027,584 54 


Liabilities 


$114,600 00 




11,360 00 






3,779 74 






6,350 00 


Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 






Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing ail obligations representing money borrowed, other 


80,846 18 




80,846 18 








Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 








Deposits due to banki . 










3 50 
413,266 18 




3 50 


Individual deposits subject to check 




413,266 18 




283,015 40 


283,015 40 












3,126 35 


3,126 35 




107 00 

7,825 81 


107 00 


Cashiers' checks 




7,825 81 




103,119 60 


103,119 60 


United States and postal savings deposits - 






Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 
outstanding... . .. . 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 
of this bank, except those held by this bank 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
exchange . . . 










184 78 




184 78 








Totals 


$603,023 19 
$3,295 58 


.S424,561 35 
$1,416 26 


$1,027,584 54 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 


$4,711 84 







Note. — The above statement includes the business of a branch office at Fellows. 



204 EEPOET OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 

THE DELTA BANK. RIO VISTA 

Incorporated November 1, 1922. 749 

Officers — J. M. Henderson, Jr., President; John Rush, Vice President; Howard Heringer, 

Cashier, Secretary and Treasurer; Rose Serpa, Assistant Cashier. 
Directors — J. M. Henderson, Jr., John Rush, Max Kuhn, W. A. Callaghan. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 



Commercial 



Savings 



Resources 

Loans and discounts, including rediscounts 

Bankers' acceptances, i ncluding rediscounts 

Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts- 
Overdrafts 

Customers' liability account acceptances 

Liability of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptances 

United States securitirs owned 

All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts... 
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 

Other real estate owned 

Due from Federal Reserve Bank 

Due from other banks 

Actual cash on hand _ 

Exchanges for clearin g house 

Checks and other cash items 

Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection 
Other resources 



Totals. 



Liabilities 

Capital paid in 

Surplus 

All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid. . 

Reserve forinterest, taxes, etc 

Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 

rediscounts 

Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ 

ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 

than rediscounts 

Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 

Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 

Bank 

Deposits due to banks 

Dividends unpaid _ 

Individual deposits subject to check 

Savings deposits 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certi ficates of deposit _. 

Certified checks 

Cashiers' checks — 

State, county and municipal deposits... _ 

United States and postal savings deposits 

Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 

outstanding 

Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 

of this bank, except those held by this bank 

Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 

exchange ___ 

Other liabilities 



$101,892 26 



194 80 



78,485 59 
12,664 99 



105,162 64 
24,972 47 



846 00 



$324,218 75 



$25,000 00 

25,000 00 

8,538 43 



$218,822 77 



7,036 14 

25,000 00 

6,500 00 



23,206 65 
9,663 46 



$290,229 02 



$25,000 00 
2,000 00 



Combined 

.$320,715 03 
i94"86 



85,■^21 73 

37,664 99 

6,500 00 



128,369 29 
34,635 93 



846 00 



$614,447 77 



$50,000 00 

27,000 00 

8,538 43 



2,000 00 
203,561 41 



263,229 02 



7,500 00 



7,618 91 
45,000 00 



Totals- 



Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities - 



$324,218 75 



$1,000 00 



$290,229 02 



$1,500 00 



2,000 00 
203,561 41 
263,229 02 



7,500 00 



7,618 91 
45,000 00 



$614,447 77 



$2,500 00 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



205 



CALIFORNIA STATE BANK OF SEAL BEACH. SEAL BEACH 

Incorporated October 9, 1922. 



750 



Officers — W. D. Miller, President; J. C. Ord, J. J. Denni, Vice Presidents; C. A. Miller, Cashier. 
Directors — \V. D. Miller, J. C. Ord, J. J. Denni, J. A. Graham, E. J. Hughes, Nelson 
McCook, \V. J. Towner. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 


$59,434 00 


$42,817 18 


$102,251 18 














































All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsettino bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, farniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 


61,447 84 
16,585 05 


18,723 97 
500 00 


80,171 81 
17,085 05 












4,854 40 
12,037 70 


1,861 07 
1,449 43 


6,715 47 




13,487 13 






































Totals 


$154,358 99 
$20,000 00 


$65,351 65 

$5,000 00 

3,000 00 

284 85 


$219,710 64 


LUBIUTIBS 


$25,000 00 


Surplus 


3,000 00 


All undivided profiti,, less expenses, interest and taxes paid. . 


1,584 34 


1,869 19 


Bills pa.vable vrith Federal Reaerve Bank, other than 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ins; all obligations representing money borrowed, other 
















Lianilities for rediscounts otner than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 


















750 00 
78,095 28 




750 00 






78,095 28 


Savings deposits 


57,066 80 


57,066 80 








Time certificates of deposit 


13,300 00 




13,300 00 


Certified checks 






Cashiers' checks . . 


2,468 05 
38,161 32 




2,468 05 






38,161 32 


United States and postal savings deposits 






Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 
outstanding ... . .. 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 
of this bank, except those held by this bank. 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
exchange 
























Totals 


$154,358 99 


$65,351 65 


$219,710 64 


Inter^t earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities . 













206 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



BANK OF SANTA FE SPRINGS. LOS NIETOS 

Incorporated January 5, 1923. 



756 



Officers — L. B. Howard, President; Jno. J. Cox, Vice President; J. F. Oldham, Cashier; R. M. 

L,angley, Assistant Cashier. 
Directors— Jno. J. Cox, J. F. Oldham, C. V. McClintock, J. R. Hyans, L. B. Howard. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resotirces 


$41,499 13 


$30,750 00 


$72,249 13 








































28,499 92 

31,635 18 
13,219 05 




28,499 92 


All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank nrcinises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 


16,170 00 
2,596 57 


47,805 18 
15,815 62 












14,626 30 
7,138 37 


1,503 40 
1,761 48 


16,129 70 




8,899 85 














Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection 








Other resources.. 
















Totals . 


$136,617 95 

$15,000 00 
1,000 00 
2,540 22 


$52,781 45 
$10,000 00 


$189,399 40 


Liabilities 
Capita) paid in _. .. 


$25,000 00 


Surplus 


1,000 00 






2,540 22 


Reserve for interest, taxes, etc. . 






Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 
















Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 








Deposits due to banks 








Dividends unpaid 








Inrfividual deposits subject to check . 


65,605 78 




65,605 78 




42,781 45 


42,781 45 








Time certificates of deposit .. . 








Certified checks. .... 








Cashiers' checks . . 


2,471 95 
50,000 00 




2,471 95 


State, county and municipal depo.'=its 




50,000 00 








Letters of credit and traveleis' checks sold for cash and now 
outstanding . 








Accept!) nces executed by or for account of or under guarantee 
of this bank, except those held bv this bank 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
exchange .. ... 








Other liabilities 
















Totals 


$136,617 95 


$52,781 45 


$189,399 40 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 













REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



207 



YORK BOULEVARD STATE BANK. LOS ANGELES 

Incorporated December 6, 1922. 



757 



Officers — O. C. Killian, President; Albin Eklof, Vice President; V. A. Smith, Cashier; R. E. 

Doherty, Assistant Cashier. 
Directors — Thos. G. Burt, Herbert T. Cox, \V. F. Junger, Hugh McConville, N. M. Venberg. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 
Loans and discounts, including rediscounts 


$143,137 68 


$226,666 14 


.$369,803 82 












64 46 




64 46 
























All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 


163,735 68 
32,463 65 


69,418 29 
10',678 19 


233,153 97 
43,141 84 




11,009 00 
.54,247 42 
25,650 17 


8,000 00 
33,720 32 


19,009 00 




87,967 74 




25,650 17 










343 70 




343 70 










761 57 




761 57 








Totals , 


$431,413 33 

$37,500 00 
1,000 00 
1,018 75 


$348,482 94 

$12,500 00 
18,500 00 


8779,896 27 


Liabilities 


$50,000 00 




19,500 00 


All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxe'j paid 


1,018 75 








Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 
rediscounts . 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 








Liabi ities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 








Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 








Deposits due to banks _ 


















260,748 53 




260,748 53 




317,482 94 


317,482 94 


Demand certificates of deposit.. _ 








19,975 00 

3 00 

11,168 05 

100,000 00 




19,975 00 


Certified checks. .. . . 




3 00 






11,168 05 






100,000 00 


United States and postal savings deposits.. 






Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 
outstanding __ . _. 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 
of this bank , except those held bv this bank 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
exchange . 
























Totals ... 


$431,413 33 
$2,306 25 


$348,482 94 
$2,325 50 


$779,896 27 
$4,631 75 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 





208 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



REPUBLIC BANK. WEST HOLLYWOOD 

Incorporated December 28. 1922. 



767 



Utticers — b'. M. Douglass, Sr., President; W. G. Culbreth, Vice President; F. M. Douglass, Jr., 

Cashier; L,. W. Sheard, H. K. Fisher, Assistant Cashiers. 
Directors — F. M. Douglass, W. G. Culbreth, J. Ross Charles, L. J. Durfy, James M. 

Gulley, F. C. Ferry, H. T. Wayne. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 


$187,806 74 


$134,430 00 


$322,236 74 
















216 07 




216 07 
























All other bonds, warrants and securities, includiri; premium 

thereon, less all ofTsettirg bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 


45,903 10 
25,329 79 


98,238 05 
6,500 00 


144,141 15 
31,829 79 












56,212 73 

18,512 82 

954 57 

40 40 


12,959 41 
6,456 94 


69,172 14 




24,969 76 




954 57 






40 40 
























To!als . . - - 


$334,976 22 

$30,000 00 
1,000 00 
4,287 00 


$258,584 40 
$20,000 00 


$593,560 62 


Liabilities 


$50,000 00 


Surplus . -- 


1,000 00 


All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid_ . 


1,010 14 


5,297 14 


Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 








Bills pavable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 
















LiaVilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 


























269,171 50 




269,171 50 




162,574 26 


162,574 26 










25,450 00 




25,450 00 










3,265 99 




3,265 99 




75,000 00 


75,000 00 








Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 








.Acceptances executed bv or for accoun t of or under guarantee 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 










1,801 73 




1,801 73 








Totals 


$334,976 22 
$2,210 00 


$258,584 40 
$2,150 00 


$593,560 62 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 


$4,360 00 







REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



209 



EAGLE ROCK STATE BANK. LOS ANGELES 

Incorporated March 21, 1923. 



771 



Officers — H. B. Wesbrook, President; A. J. Long, Vice President; S. I. Coughlin, Cashier 

and Secretary; F. Sigmond, Assistant Cashier. 
Directors — A. R. Davis, A. W. Moderwell, A. J. Long, H. B. Wesbrook and S. I. Coughlin. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 
Loans and discounts, including rediscounts 


$64,977 31 


$75,675 82 


$140,653 13 
















5 28 




5 28 


















49,295 14 

91,390 24 
7,447 38 




49,295 14 


All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 
', hereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 


9,950 00 


101,340 24 
7,447 38 




28,198 70 
2,500 00 
4,547 85 


28,198 70 




2,500 85 

13,029 88 

8,905 44 

242 86 


5,000 85 


Due from other banks 


17,577 73 




8,905 44 






242 86 
















Other resources 
















Totals 


$237,794 38 

$30,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,028 64 


$120,872 37 
$20 000 00 


$358,666 75 


LlABILITLES 

Capital paid in_. 


$50,000 00 


Surplus _.._ _ . 


1,000 00 






1,028 64 


Reserve for interest, taxes, etc... 






Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing ail oWigations representing money borrowed, other 
















Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank . . .... 








Deposits due to banks... 








Dividends unpaid.. . 










103,038 04 




103,038 04 


Savings deposits .. 


99,672 37 


99,672 37 


Demand certificates of deposit . 










1,200 00 


1,200 00 


Certified checks. 








2,624 70 
100,000 00 




2,624 70 






100,000 00 








Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 








Lianility account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 










103 00 




103 00 








Totals _ 


$237,794 38 
$1,873 32 


$120,872 37 
$798 26 


•$358,666 75 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 


$2,671 58 







14—69903 



210 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



HOME STATE BANK OF HUNTINGTON. BEACH.XHUNTINGTON BEACH 

Incorporated March 27, 1923. 774 

Officers— J. K. McDonald, President ; S. R. Bowen, Chairman of the Board ; P. B. Hess, 
Secretary and Cashier; O. A. Mosier, Assistant Cashier; L. W. Blodget, Counsel. 

Directors— J. K. McDonald, S. R. Bowen, P. B. Hess, L. W. Blodget, R. C. Turner, C. H. 
Howard, Willis H. Warner, Elson G. Conrad. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 



Commercial 



Savings 



Combined 



Rbsoitrces 

Loans and discounts, including rediscounts 

Bankers' acceptances , including rediscounts 

Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts. 

Overdrafts - 

Customers' liability account acceptances 

Liability of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptances 

United States securities owned.. 

All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts. 
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 

Other real estate owned 

Due from Federal Reserve Bank 

Due from other banks 

Actual cash on hand 

Exchanges for clearing house 

Checks and other cash items 

Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection 
Other resources 



$42,248 38 
2'75" 



$67,949 02 



4,155 25 



223,010 14 
8,544 87 



21,528 75 



8,576 21 

13,687 86 

844 07 

71 46 



2,500 00 
3,459 70 



106 95 



Totals. 



Liabilities 

Capital paid in 

Surplus - 

All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid. . 

Reserve for interest, taxes, etc... 

Bil's payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 

rediscounts 

B ills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ' 

ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 

than rediscounts 

Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 

Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 

Bank 

Deposits due to banks 

Dividends unpaid 

Individual deposits subjeut to check 

Savings deposits 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit 

Certified checks 

Cashiers' checks 

State, county and municipal deposits 

United States and postal savings deposits 

Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 

outstanding 

Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 

of this bank, except those held by this bank 

Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 

exchange 

Other liabilities 



$301,247 94 



$35,000 00 
5,500 00 
5,453 70 



35,437 47 



$15,000 00 



872 45 



$110,197 40 



2 75 



4,155 25 



244,538 89 
8,544 87 



2,500 GO 

12,035 91 

13,687 86 

844 07 

71 46 



106 95 



$396,685 41 



$50,000 00 
5,500 00 
5,453 70 



872 45 



128,664 58 



71,482 82 



3 00 

1,060 69 

125,555 97 



8,082 20 



10 00 



Totals. 



Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 



$301,247 94 



$2,320 92 



$95,437 47 



128,664 58 
71,482 82 



8,082 20 

3 00 

1,060 69 

125,555 97 



10 00 



$396,685 41 
$2,320 92 



REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



211 



CITIZENS STATE BANK OF LONG BEACH. LONG BEACH 

Incorporated April 20, 1923. 



776 



Officers — H. M. Turner, President ; Anton F. Cheroske, James S. McKnight, Frank F. Merriam, 

H. O. Henderson, Vice Presidents; Chas. L. Heartwell, Treasurer; Fred W. Cleland, 

Assistant Cashier and Secretary. 
Directors — Frank F. Merriam, A. F. Cheroske, H. O. Henderson, Chas. L. Heartwell, Frank 

M. Linnell, James S. McKnight, Benjamin H. Morrison, C. A. Reed, W. W. Ross, Grant 

Thornburgh, Carl Slatt, Paul B. Steintorf, H. M. Turner. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 


$213,100 60 


$60,254 88 


$273,355 48 
















70 16 




70 16 




















2,950 00 

7,987 50 

80 00 

13,169 57 


2,950 00 


All other bonds, warra.^ts and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 
Other real estate owned 


138,606 13 
31,679 25 
4,001 09 
607 51 
44,728 23 
19,997 80 
34,351 86 
12,022 23 


146, .593 63 

31,759 25 

17,170 66 

607 51 




27,270 70 
3,020 40 


71,998 93 




23,018 20 




34,351 86 






12,022 23 










20 00 




20 00 








Totals 


$499,184 86 

$114,800 00 

2,150 00 

-18,888 69 


$114,733 05 

$37,500 00 

725 00 

-4,413 59 


$613,917 91 


LUBIUTIES 


$152,.300 00 




2,875 00 


All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid.. 


-14,475 10 


Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 
than rediscounts .. . . _ 
















Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 








Deposits due to banks . . . ._ 










65 00 
285,603 70 


64,i94"46' 


65 00 


Individual deposits subject to check . . 


285,603 70 




64,194 46 


Demand certificates of deposit 






Time certificates of deposit . 




7,900 00 


7,900 00 


Certified checks. 


7 00 

15,081 95 

100,000 00 


7 00 


Cashiers' checks...' . . 




15,081 95 






100,000 00 


United States and postal savings deposits 






Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 
outstanding... . ._..._ 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 
of this bank, except those held by this bank . . 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
exchanee . . .. 








Other liabilities... 


365 90 




365 90 








Totals .. . . 


$499,184 86 


$114,733 05 


$613,917 91 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 











I 



212 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



FIRST STATE BANK OF MONTEBELLO. MONTEBELLO 

Incorporated March 31. 1923. 



777 



Officers — Geo. S. Dodge, President and Chairman of the Board ; Arthur E. Zigler, Vice President, 
Cashier, Secretary and Treasurer; Clara E. Earmy, Assistant Cashier. 

Directors— Fred T. Beaty, S. J. Ellis, Walter F. Malone, B. E. Coffman, Wm. H. Yerian, 
Geo. S. Dodge, Arthur E. Zigler. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 
Loans and discounts, including rediscounts . . 


$188,820 37 


$85,136 98 


$273,957 35 






Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts 


































5,000 00 

94,0f0 21 
21,348 03 




5,000 00 


All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 
thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accoimts 


39,253 96 


133,314 17 
21,348 03 










7,500 00 
29,770 48 
11,075 24 

2,776 55 
59 63 




7,500 00 




3,084 43 
3,522 96 


32,854 91 




14,598 20 




2,776 55 






59 63 
























Totals . 


$.360,410 51 

$20,000 00 
7,500 00 
2,278 14 


$130,998 33 

$10,000 00 
3,250 00 


$491,408 84 


LUBIHTIES 

Capital paid in ._ 


$30,000 00 


Surplus . ., 


10,750 00 




2,278 14 








Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 
















Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank . . 








Deposits due to banks . . .. 








Dividends unpaid . 










236,224 74 




236,224 74 




116,748 33 


116,748 33 








Time certificates of deposit. . 




1,000 00 


1,000 00 


Certified checks .. . . . 


185 00 

5,626 15 

88,406 48 


185 00 






5,626 15 






88,406 48 








Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 
outstanding 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
exchange 








Other liabilities . . 


190 00 




190 00 






Totals 


$.360,410 51 
$1,000 00 


$130,998 33 
$500 00 


$491,408 84 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 


$1,500 00 







REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



213 



CITIZENS BANK OF LAGUNA BEACH. LAGUNA BEACH 

Incorporated March 12, 1923. 



778 



Officers — G. D. Houston, President; W. R. Coy, Vice President; Verner F. Rush, Cashier; 

Edw. H. Beaver, Assistant Cashier. 
Directors — C. D. Bronner, H. W. Planalp, Thos. A. Cumniings, B .3. Mason, W. R. Coy, 

G. D. Houston, Roy W. Peacock. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 



Commercial 



Savings 



Combined 



Resources 

Loans and discounts, including rediscounts 

Bankers' acceptances, including redibcounts 

Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts. 

Overdrafts 

Customers' liability account acceptances _. 

Liability of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptances 

United States securities owned 

All other bonds, warrants and securities, includirg premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts., 
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 

Other real estate owned 

Due from Federal Reserve Bank 

Due from other banks 

Actual cash on hand 

Exchanges for clearing house 

Checks and other cash items _ _ 

Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection 
Other resources 



$283,617 10 



$45,426 94 



162 47 



Totals- 



Liabilities 

Capital paid in.. 

Surplus 

All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid 

Reserve for interest, taxes, etc 

Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 

rediscounts 

Bills payable other tnan with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 

than rediscounts 

Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 

Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 

Bank 

Deposits due to banks 

Dividends unpaid 

Individual deposits subject to check 

Savings deposits... 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit 

Certified checks 

Cashiers' checks 

State, county and municipal deposits 

United States and postal savings deposits 

Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 

outstanding 

Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 

of this bank, except those held by this bank 

Liability a^coimt acceptances executed to furnish dollar 

exchange 

Other liabilities 



1,900 00 



10,000 00 
8,871 60 



1,031 90 
55,316 57 



10,000 00 
44,804 14 
10,846 29 



2,000 00 
23,553 99 



374 22 



$370,575 82 



$35,000 00 
5,200 00 
1,946 47 



$127,329 40 



$15,000 00 
1,925 00 
4,493 22 



172 75 



$329,044 04 



162 47 



2,931 90 



65,316 57 
8,871 60 



12,000 00 
68,358 13 
10,846 29 



374 22 



$497,905 22 



$50,000 00 
7,125 00 
6,439 69 



172 75 



2,000 00 
309,663 05 



8 83 
16, .541 22 



69,911 18 

"i";o66"66' 



35,000 00 



43 50 



Totals. 



Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities •.. 



$370,575 82 



8900 00 



$127,329 40 
$800 00 



2,000 00 

309,663 05 

69,911 18 



1,000 00 

8 83 

16, .541 22 

35,000 00 



43 50 



$497,905 22 
$1,700 00 



214 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



AMERICAN COMMERCIAL AND SAVINGS BANK OF REDONDO BEACH. 

REDONDO BEACH 



Incorporated December 29, 1922. 



780 



Officers — C. E. Perkins, President; C. W. Richards, Vice President and Cashier; V. H. 

Burnham, Vice President; K. Wallace, Assistant Cashier. 
Directors — H. J. McNally, F. E. Strange. V. H. Burnham, J. G. Thomas, C. J. McCormick, 

C. C. Mangold, R. I. McGinnis, C. E. Perkins, C. W. Richards. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 
Loans and discounts, including rediscounts . 


$119,795 83 


$115,623 44 


$235,419 27 


Bankers' acceptances, including rediscounts- 




Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts 








Overdrafts... 


140 86 




140 86 


Customers' liability account acceptances _. 






Liability of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptances 








United States securities owned 








All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 
Other real estate owned . 


201,446 61 
9,573 92 


36,479 09 
4,600 00 
7,924 33 


237,925 70 
14,173 92 
7,924 33 


Due from Federal Reserve Bank 






Due from other banks 


25,348 38 

11,374 65 

928 49 


13,498 82 
6,812 89 


38,847 20 


Actual cash on hand . .. . 


18,187 54 




928 49 
















Other resources 
















Totals 


$368,608 74 

$33,000 00 

10,000 00 

288 27 


$184,938 57 

$17,000 00 
500 00 


$553,547 31 


Liabilities 
Capital paid in . . 


$50,000 00 


Surplus . . 


10,500 00 


All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid 


288 27 








Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 
rediscounts 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 
















Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank... 


















5 50 
151,385 25 




5 50 






151,385 25 




162,438 .57 


162,438 .57 










13,472 00 




13,472 00 






Cashiers' checks 


15,468 70 
144,918 92 


y.ooo'oo" 


15,468 70 
149,918 92 






Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 








Liability account atceptances executed to furnish dollar 










70 10 




70 10 








Totals.. .. 


$368,008 74 
$1,225 00 


$184,938 57 
$1,110 00 


$553,547 31 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 


$2,335 00 







REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



215 



MONTEREY PARK COMMERCIAL AND SAVINGS BANK. MONTEREY PARK 

Incorporated May 28. 1923. 781 

Officers — Ed. B. Murray, President; O. R. Clanton, Allen McComb, Vice Presidents; R. F. 

Tyldesley, Vice President and Cashier; Lillian Wagner, Ed. E. Smith, Assistant Cashiers. 
Directors— Ed. B. Murray, O. R. Clanton, Allen McComb, R. F. Tyldesley, Ed. E. Smith, 

F. F. Gualano, F. A. Turner, Albert Janssen. F. L. Orr. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


RESotmcES 


$110,042 23 


$72,399 95 


$182,442 18 






























Liability of forei?n banks and bankers' account of acceptances 














.\11 other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 


62,595 37 


39,358 56 
8,536 55 

11,454 49 
3,000 00 

13,511 79 


101,953 93 
8,536 55 




11,454 49 






3,000 00 




16,150 99 

11,347 89 

639 88 


29,662 78 




11,347 89 






639 88 








Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection 








Other resources 


233 33 


516 88 


750 21 






Totals 


$201,009 69 
$25,000 00 


$148,778 22 

$10,000 00 
1,500 00 


$349,787 91 


LUBILITIES 


$35,000 00 




1,500 00 




683 48 


683 48 


Reserve for interest, taxes, etc 






Bills pavable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obliaations representing money borrowed, other 








Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 








Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 


























143,582 15 




143,582 15 




117,138 22 


117,138 22 


Demand certificates of deposit 








3,955 65 




3,955 00 


Certified checks. 








2,789 06 
25,000 00 




2,789 06 


State, county and municipal deposits . - 


20,000 00 


45 000 00 


United States and postal savings deposits 




Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 
outstanding., _ _ 








Acceptances executed bv or for account of or under guarantee 
of this bank, except those held by this bank 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
exchange 








Other liabilities . . . . 




140 00 


140 00 








Totals 


$201,009 69 
$1,550 00 


$148,778 22 
$500 00 


$349,787 91 
$2,050 00 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 





216 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



BROADWAY STATE BANK. LOS ANGELES 

Incorporated May 14, 1923. 



782 



Officers — L. B. Howard, President; C. L,. Nelson, Vice President; Chas H. Lewis, Cashier; 

Mariem McVey, Assistant Cashier. 
Directors — L. B. Howard, W. D. Cochrane, Dale Parke, Chas. H. Lewis, C. L. Nelson. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 



Commercial 



Savings 



Combined 



Resources 

Loans and discounts, including rediscounts 

Bankers' acceptances, i ncluding rediscounts 

Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts. 

Overdrafts 

Customers' liability account acceptances 

Liability of foreign banks and bankers account of acceptances 

United States securities owned 

.411 other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all oifsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 

Other real estate owned 

Due from Federal Reserve Bank _ 

Due from other banks 

Actual cash on hand 

Exchanges for clearing house 

Checks and other cashitems 

Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection 
Other resources - 



§145,772 83 
7i4"72' 



$156,000 00 



77,348 64 

17,517 50 

5,732 99 

2,285 14 

4,500 00 

24,466 29 

13,670 68 



37,920 00 



5,000 00 
6,844 92 



3,813 82 



Totals. 



Liabilities 

Capi talpaidin... __ 

Surplus 

All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid 

Reserve forintcrest, taxes, etc 

Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 

rediscounts ^ 

Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ 

ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 

than rediscounts 

Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 

Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 

Bank 

Deposits due to banks 

Dividends unpaid. 

Individual deposits subject to check 

Savings doposi ts 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit 

Certified checks 

Cashiers' checks . ._ 

State, county and municipal deposits 

United States and postal savings deposits 

Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 

outstanding 

Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 

of this bank, except those held by this bank 

Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 

exchange 

Other liabili ties 



$295,822 61 



$20,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,483 91 



$205,764 92 



$15,000 00 
2,500 00 



$301,772 83 
7i4"72 



77,348 64 

55,437 50 

5,732 99 

2,285 14 

9,500 00 

31,311 21 

13,670 68 



3,813 82 



$501,587 53 



$35,000 00 
3,600 00 
1,483 91 



187,368 86 



188,044 92 



220 00 



11,660 28 
70,000 00 



4,309 56 



Totals. 



35,822 61 



$205,764 92 



Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 



187,368 86 
188,044 92 



11,660 28 
70,000 00 



4,309 56 



$501,587 53 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



217 



NORWALK COMMERCIAL AND SAVINGS BANK. NORWALK 

Incorporated January 31, 1923. 



783 



Officers — L. B. Lewis, President; Walter Greening, Vice President; W. A. Johnson, Cashier; 

L. C. Marshall, Assistant Cashier. 
Directors — L. B. Lewis, Walter Greeningr, W. A. Johnson, E. E. Owen, John S. Baker, Julia 

M. Baker. Ralph Nottingham, E. G. Paddison. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Rbsources 


$84,238 43 


$48,575 00 


$132,813 43 
















85 39 




85 39 


















5,434 69 

138,212 56 
40,810 15 


33,834 37 
3,966 41 


5,434 69 


All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 


172,046 93 
44,776 56 












30,142 82 
12,079 14 


3,254 57 
2,100 00 


33,397 39 




14,179 14 








222 41 




222 41 


Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection.. 






















Totals 


$311,225 59 

$40,000 00 
10,000 00 
7,898 46 


$91,730 35 
$10,000 00 


$402,955 94 


Liabilities 


$50,000 00 




10,000 00 




7,898 46 








Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 








Bills payablh other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 








Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 








Liabilitits for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 


























133,094 48 




133,094 48 




81,730 35 


81,730 35 










18,333 96 




18,333 96 










1,898 69 
100,000 00 




1,898 69 






100,000 00 








Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 








.Acceptances executed bv or for account of or under guarantee 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
























Totals ... 


$311,225 59 
$1,500 00 


$91,730 35 
$1,000 00 


$402,955 94 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
orliabilities _ 


$2,500 00 







I 



218 REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 

PASADENA SAVINGS BANK. PASADENA 

Incorporated May 28. 1923. 784 

Officers — Ira J. Holloman, President ; W. D. Townsend, F. E. Vanderhoof, Vice Presidents ; 

A. F. Stevens, Chairman of the Board; M. Piesinger, Secretary; H. G. Farrar, Cashier. 
Directors — A. F. Stevens, W. D. Townsend, F. E. Vanderhoof, F. H. Spencer, R. B. McCurdy, 
W. M. Franklin, M. Piesinger, Ira J. Holloman, H. G. Farrar. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 


$173,590 72 


$104,976 33 


$278,567 05 






Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts 










354 30 




354 30 


Customers' liability account acceptances 
















67,662 81 

101,340 43 
14,500 00 


15,000 00 
74,445 00 


82,662 81 


All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 
thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 


175,785 43 
14,500 00 










3,000 00 
39,232 76 
14,500 21 


5,500 00 
19,773 80 


8,500 00 




59,006 56 




14,500 21 










172 86 




172 86 










691 76 




691 76 








Totals --- 


$415,045 85 

$35,000 00 
5,000 00 
1,407 39 


$219,695 13 

$15,000 00 
7,000 00 


$634,740 98 


Liabilities 
Capital paid in . 


$50,000 00 


Surplus ..._ .- 


12,000 00 




1,407 39 








Bills payab'e with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 
















Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank -. 


























249,817 29 




249,817 29 




156,813 39 


156,813 39 












40,881 74 


40,881 74 




4,048 57 

7,772 60 

112,000 00 


4,048 57 






7,772 60 






112.000 00 








Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
























Totals 


$415,045 85 
$1,500 00 


$219,695 13 
$1,000 00 


$634,740 98 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 


$2,500 00 







REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS 



219 



ARROYO SECO STATE BANK. LOS ANGELES 

Incorporated January 4, 1923. 



787 



Officers— J. C. Johnson, President ; Millard M. Mier, Wm. M. Miller, Harry H. Frank, Vice 
Presidents; Doyle S. Cox, Secretary and Cashier; D. R. Whitman, Hayden T. Allen, 
Assistant Cashiers. 

Directors — J. C. Johnson, Millard M. Mier, Wm. M. Miller, Harry H. Frank, Doyle S. 
Cox, E. B. Kizer, Ray T. Prettyman, J. A. Crocker, A. E. Finley. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resoubces 


$174,508 07 


$337,941 10 


$512,449 17 
















1,548 47 




1,548 47 
























All other bond.«, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 


115,945 54 
10,911 31 


222,647 26 

8,911 58 

4,500 00 

11,250 00 

12,519 85 


338, .592 80 
19,822 89 
4, .500 00 




5,000 00 
23,400 66 
21.612 56 


16,250 00 




35,920 51 




21,612 56 










124 58 




124 58 








Other resources . . . . . 
















Totals .... 


$353,051 19 

$40,000 00 
1,500 00 
3,069 31 


$597,769 79 

$35,000 00 
10,000 00 


$950,820 98 


LlABILITEBS 


$75,000 00 


Surplus 


11,500 00 




3,069 31 








Bills payable mth Federal Reserve Bank, other than 
rediscounts - 








Bil s payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 
















Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank .. 
















Dividends unpaid. 








Individual deposits subject to check .. .. 


295,497 00 




295,497 00 




418,927 04 


418,927 04 


Demand certificates of deposit - 










18,842 75 


18,842 75 


Certified checks 








12,984 88 




12,984 88 


State, county and municipal deposits 


115,000 00 


115,000 00 


United States and postal savings deposits 






Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 
outstanding 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 
of this bank, except those held by this bank 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
exchange 








Other liabilities... 
















Totals .... 


$353,051 19 
$1,452 00 


$597,769 79 
$2,802 00 


$950,820 98 


Interest earned out not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities . 


$4,254 00 





220 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



BANK OF MT. SHASTA. MT. SHASTA 

Incorporated June 4. 1923. 



789 



Officers — lyouis Solari, President; J. M. Schuler, Vice President; Chas. Capifoni, Cashier; 

E. W. Kennedy, Assistant Cashier. 
Directors — Louis Solari, J. M. Schuler, Chas. Capifoni, Bob Casalta, W. R. Cook, W. P. 

Geisendorfer. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 


$61,946 71 


$68,925 00 


$130,871 71 


Bankers' acceptances, includirg rediscounts..- _ 


Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts 








Overdrafts . 
















Liability of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptances 








United States securities owned 








All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 


77,066 99 
14,960 94 


135,938 65 
2,556 04 


213,005 64 
17,516 98 


Due from Federal Reserve Bank ... . _. 










78,855 23 
14,993 53 


25,713 70 
6,777 10 


104,568 93 




21,770 63 


Exchanges for clearing house 






45 31 




45 31 








1,116 09 




1,116 09 








Totals 


$248,984 80 

$20,000 00 
7,000 00 
3,365 77 


$239,910 49 

$10,000 00 

13,000 00 

3,268 43 


$488,895 29 


Liabilities 


$30,000 00 




20,000 00 


Allundivided profits, less expenses interest and taxes paid.. 
Reserve for interest, taxes, etc.- . . 


6,634 20 


Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 
















Liabihties for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 


























168,018 79 




168,018 79 




213,642 06 


213,642 06 










3,570 00 




3,570 00 










8,398 97 

34,061 31 

4,244 46 




8,398 97 


State county and municipal deposits ..... 




34,061 31 






4,244 46 


Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 






Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 










325 50 




325 50 






Totals 


$248,984 80 
$1,375 00 


$239,910 49 
$2,250 00 


$488,895 29 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 


$3,625 00 







REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



221 



THE BANK OF CARMEL. CARMEL 

Incorporated May 16, 1923. 



790 



Officers — T. A. Work, President; C. O. Goold, Vice President; C. L. Berkey, Secretary and 

Cashier; A. F. Halle, Assistant Secretary and Cashier. 
Directors — T. A. Work, C. O. Goold, Silas W. Mack, J. A. Sparolini, Andrew Stewart. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 


$297,821 45 


$313,225 77 


$611,047 22 






Notes drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts 










224 90 




224 90 


















54,539 05 

59,059 92 
30,203 12 


24,000 00 
9,575 00 


78,539 05 


All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 
thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 


68,634 92 
30,203 12 










15,000 00 
78,302 75 
14,348 76 


10,000 00 
9,210 90 


25,000 00 




87,513 65 




14,348 76 










62 52 




62 52 


Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection.. 








235 78 




235 78 








Tolals . - 


$549,798 25 

$30,000 00 

20,000 00 

6,411 82 


$366,011 67 

$20,000 00 
15,000 00 
7,202 79 


$915,809 92 


Liabilities 

Capital paid in 

Surplus 

All undivided profits, less expenses, i nterest and taxes paid _ . 


$50,000 00 
35,000 00 
13,614 61 


Bills payalle with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 
rediscounts . . . ......... . 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 








Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 








Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 


























400,568 40 




400,568 40 




323,808 88 


323,808 88 


Demand certificates of deposit 














Certified checks . . 


61 55 
60,957 23 
31,799 25 




61 55 






60,957 23 






31,799 25 


United States and postal savings denosits 






Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 
outstanding 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 
of this bank, except those held by this bank 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
























Totals 

Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 


$549,798 25 


$366,011 67 


$915,809 92 











222 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



BANK OF EAST SAN DIEGO. SAN DIEGO 

Incorporated June 25, 1923. 



791 



Officers — J. L. McCurdy, President; E). S. Litchfield, Vice President and Cashier; E. E. 

Scott, Assistant Cashier. 
Directors — J. L. McCurdy, E. S. Litchfield, M. T. Baxman, Norman E. Martin, W. M. Alberty, 

G. I. Kaasa, Chas. E. Walker. 



STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 






Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Rbsources 
Loans and discounts , including rediscounts 


$122,530 61 


$104,129 14 


$226,659 75 


Bankers' acceptances, including rediscounts 














206 63 




206 63 








Liability of foreign bank? and bankers' account of acceptances 










8,000 00 

106,219 31 
6,664 00 
3,731 43 


15,000 00 

54,999 73 
25,170 00 


23,000 00 


All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less ail offsettina bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 


161,219 04 

31,834 00 

3,731 43 




2,000 00 
3,837 88 
3,000 00 


2,000 00 




26,551 33 

11,630 80 

1,013 53 


30,389 21 




14,630 80 




1,013 63 


flhpcks fltiH nihpT cash itpms 






Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection 










37 50 




37 50 








Totals . . 


$286,585 14 

$25,000 00 
1,100 00 
2,429 21 


$208,136 75 

$25,000 00 
1,000 00 


$494,721 89 


LUBaiTIES 


$50,000 00 


Surplus - .- 


2,100 OC 


All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid_- 


2,429 21 






Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 
















Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 


























196,803 25 




196,803 25 




139,862 31 


139,862 31 








Time certificates of deposit. . 




17,274 44 


17,274 44 




7 00 
11,245 68 
50,000 00 


7 00 






11,245 68 




25,000 00 


75,000 00 






Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
























Totals .. - 


$286,585 14 


$208,136 75 


$494,721 89 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 













REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



223 



WELLS FARGO BANK AND UNION TRUST COMPANY. SAN FRANCISCO 



Incorporated December 14, 1923. 



797 



Officers — F. L. Lipman, President; Charles J. Deering-, First Vice President; Frank B. King, 
R. B. Motherwell, Arthur D. Oliver, Julian Eisenbach, I. W. Hellman, Vice Presidents ; 
H. G. Larsli, Vice President and Secretary ; L. E. Greene, F. J. Brickwedel, Vice Presi- 
dents and Trust Officers; L. R. Gofer, Vice President and Manager Foreign Department ; 

F. I. Raymond, Vice President and Cashier ; I. J. Gay, Assistant Vice President and 
Assistant Secretary ; W. F. Gabriel, W. J. Bevan, A. H. Silvernail, F. J. Campbell, F. T. 
Letchfield. Assistant Vice Presidents ; Charles du Pare, Parker L. Jackson, F. J. Hellman, 
Assistant Cashiers and Assistant Secretaries ; E. Luenberger, Assistant Cashier and Assistant 
Manager of P'oreign Department ; Roy E. Warner, Marion Newman, E. H. Shine, J. A. 
Miller, D. A. Stivers, W. H. Culbert, Arthur C. Latham, H. Feldheym, }. A. Seiberlich, 

G. W. Wickland, R. H. Rebele, A. W. Kohner, Assistant Cashiers; Percy A. Wood, 
Trust Officer ; R. J. Schrader, John F. Shields, Grover Grady, Lee Crawford, G. Elmer 
Jennings, Albert J. Callahan, Assistant Trust Officers. 

Directors — A. Christeson, Charles J. Deering, S. P. Eastman, Sidney M. Ehrman, W. P. 
Fuller, Jr., W. L. Gerstle, C. R. Graham, L. O. Head, Edward H. Heller, Walter S. 
Heller, I. W. Hellman, Timothy Hopkins, Arthur D. King, Frank B. King, H. G. Larsh, 
Dr. Hartland Law, F. L. Lipman, George T. Marye, Jr., Henry D. Nichols, A. H. 
Payson, George A. Pope, Henry Rosenfeld, R. S. Shainwald, Guy V. Shoup, Wm. H. 
Talbot, F. W. Van Sicklen, James E. Walsh, John I. Walter. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Court 
Trusts 


Private 
Trusts 


Combined 


Resources 
Loans and discounts, including 


$55,866,040 89 


$29,649,918 46 






$85,515,959 35 


Bankers' acceptances, including 








Notes, drafts or bills of exchange. 














46,788 69 
1,680,331 45 








46,788 69 


CufitomerB' liability account 








1,680,331 45 


Liability of foreign banks and 
bankers on account of accept- 












12,111.891 60 

1,822,705 51 
1,708.206 66 








12,111 891 60 


All other bonds, warrants and 
securities, including premium 
thereon, less all offsetting 


15,851,722 70 
1,086,870 36 




$400,000 00 


$18,074,428 21 


Bank premises furniture and fix- 
tures and safe deposit vaults . 


$500,000 00 


3,295 077 02 








5,549,185 14 
9,151,989 29 
660,479 46 
1,557,309 65 
1,140,777 73 

2,270,850 18 


1,688,088 75 






7,237,253 89 




425,275 40 


89,278 04 


9,666,542 73 




57,653 63 


718,133 09 


Exchanges for clearing house... 






1,557, .309 65 


2,592 31 






1,143,370 04 


Items with Federal Reserve 
Bank in process of collection. 






2,270,8,50 18 




22,112 45 


60,721 96 


82,834 41 






















Totals 


$93,566,556 25 

$7,000,000 00 
5,000,000 00 


$48,336,826 21 
$1,100,000 00 


$947,387 85 
$500,000 00 


$550,000 00 
$400,000 00 


$143,400,770 31 


LlABILITrBS 


$9,000,000 00 


Surplus . - 


5,000,000 00 


Amount segregated for protec- 
tion of court and private 










All undivided profits, less ex- 


2,656,856 89 
298.809 40 

3.200,000 00 








2,656,856 89 










298,809 40 


Bills payable with Federal 
Reserve Bank other than 








3,200,000 00 


Bills payable other than with 
Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations represent- 
ing money borrowed, other 










Liabilities for rediscounts with 












Liabilities for rediscounts other 
than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 


87,301 05 








87,301 05 



224 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



WELLS FARGO BANK AND UNION TRUST COMPANY. SAN FRANCISCO 

Continued 





Commercial 


Savings 


Court 
Trusts 


Private 

Trusts 


Combined 


Li.^BtLiTiES — Continued 
Deposits due to banks . . - - 


$14,271,401 63 
293,148 75 

54,727,261 51 








$14,271,401 63 


Dividends unpaid.. 








293,148 75 


Individual deposits subject to 
check 








54,727,261 51 


Savings deposits . . 


$39,650,061 17 






39 650,061 17 


Demand certificates of deposit. . 


14,834 77 

1,085,026 27 

410,441 81 

1,490,801 62 

985,144 54 
31,733 31 

1,801,266 70 






14 834 77 


Time certificates of deposit 


29,006 09 






1,114,032 36 


Certified checks . 






410,441 81 










1,490,801 62 


State, county and municipal 
deposits 


7,557,758 95 






7,557,758 95 


United States and postal savings 
deposits - ... 






985,144 54 


Letters of credit and travelers 
checks sold for cash and now 








31,733 31 


Acceptances executed by or for 
account of or under guarantee 
of this bank, except those 








1,801,266 70 


Liability account acceptances 
executed to furnish dollar 










Deposits of money received 
from executors, administra- 
tors, guardians, assignees. 






$405,387 85 
42,000 00 




$405 387 85 








$150,000 00 


192,000 00 


Other liabilities 


212,528 00 




212,528 00 












Totals 

Interest earned but not col- 
lected, not included in re- 


$93,566,556 25 


$48,336,826 21 


$947,387 85 


$550,000 00 


$143,400,770 31 















Trust Resoueces 


Court Trusts 


Trust Liabilities 


Court Trusts 


Personal assets received from executors, 
administrators, guardians, assignees, 
receivers or trustees 

Trust investments, personal property.. . 

Trust investments, real property 


$211,723 00 

31,860,876 36 

3,620,732 81 

2,386,435 58 


Personal assets received from executors, 
administrators, guardians, assignees, 
receivers or trustees 

Trusts held in capacity of executor, 
administrator, guardian, assignee, 
receiver or trustee 

Private trusts, specially designated and 
construed as court trusts, under 


$211,723 00 
37,868,044 75 














Total 




Total 


$38,079,767 75 


$38,079,767 75 



Note. — The above statement includes the business of branch offices at San Francisco. 



REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS 



225 



GENERAL MOTORS ACCEPTANCE CORPORATION (BRANCH). 
LOS ANGELES 

Incorporated January 29, 1919, in New York. 



798 



Officers — Alfred H. Swayne, Chairman ; Curtis C. Cooper, President ; J. J. Schumann, Jr., 
A. L. Deane, D. M. Spaidal, J. L. Myers, Glyn Davies, I. G. McCreery, A. Freise, 
G. F. Binkhart, J. I Burhans, Vice Presidents ; R. Martin, Treasurer, G. H. Bartholomew, 
Secretary ; Los Angeles Branch — J. D. Deane, Manager, G. E. Brelin, Assistant Manager. 

Directors — Curtis C. Cooper, Albert L. Deane, Lammot Du Pont, Seward Prosser, Alfred 
P. Sloan, Jr., Donald M. Spaidal, Pierre S. Du Pont, O. H. P. La Farge, John J. Raskob, 
John J. Schumann, Jr., Alfred H. Swayne. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 



Commercial 



Savings 



Combined 



Resources 

Loans and discounts, including rediscounts 

Bankers' acceptances, including rediscounts 

Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts. 

Overdrafts 

Customers'liabilitv account acceptances 

Liability of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptaDces 

United States securities owned 

All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less alloffsetting bond adjustment accounts. 
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 

Other real estate owned 

Due from Federal Reserve Bauk 

Due from other banks 

Actual cash on hand 

Exchanges for clearing house ,. 

Checks and other cash i tems 

Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection. 
Other resources 



$14,512,457 62 



22,483 15 



324,205 15 



6,854 93 



Total. 



Liabilities 

Capital paid in ._ 

Surplus 

All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid. _ 

Reserve for interest, taxes, etc 

Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 

rediscounts ___ 

Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 

than rediscounts 

Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 

Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 

Bank 

Deposits due to banks 

Dividends unpaid 

Individual deposits subject to check 

Savings deposits 

Demand csrtificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit _ 

Certified checks _ 

Cashiers' checks 

State, county and municipal deposits 

United States and postal savings deposits 

Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 

outstanding 

Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 

of this bank, except those held by this bank _ 

Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 

exchange 

Otherliabilities 



$14,866,000 85 



$300,000 00 



14,566,000 85 



Total. 



$14,866,000 85 



Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
orliabilities 



15—69903 



226 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



BALDWIN PARK SAVINGS BANK. BALDWIN PARK 

Incorporated January 9, 1924. 



799 



Officers — C. H. Banks, President; Geo. R. Mayland, Vice President; L. A. Daily, Cashier 

and Secretary. 
Directors— C. H. Banks, J. S. Bacon, C. F. Culver, L. A. Daily, H. M. Kendall, Geo. R. 

Mayland, Dan Reichard, A. Yarnell. 



STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 






Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 




$79,310 03 


































Liability of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptances 












7,065 00 

99,499 56 
2,986 02 




All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 






























21,025 57 

2,978 04 

294 51 

1 90 












































Total . 




$213,160 63 

$25,000 00 
6,000 00 
1,632 39 




Liabilities 






Surplus 






Allundivided profits less expenses.interest and taxes paid-. 












Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing ail obligations representing money borrowed, other 
















Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 




































122,385 03 














6,079 10 






















52,064 11 










Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 








Acceptancosexecuted bv or for account of or under guarantee 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
























Total ... -. 




$213,160 63 
$336 66 




Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 













REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



227 



FIRST STATE BANK OF SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO. SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO 

Incorporated April 6, 1923. 800 

Officers — R. W. Whitaker, President and Cashier; Foster S. Post, Vice President; Julia 

Errecarte, Secretary, Treasurer and Assistant Cashier. 
Directors — Ralph D. Lacoe, Jr., Foster S. Post. R. W. Whitaker, C. S. Hutson, Ferris F. 

Kelly, Julia Errecarte. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29i 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


RESOnRCES 


$42,353 31 


.140,920 30 


$83,273 61 
















794 24 




794 24 


















21,415 13 

73,192 64 
4,272 67 


3,000 00 

V,oo6"65" 


24,415 13 


All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 


73,192 64 
5,272 67 












19,222 44 
4,215 68 




19,222 44 


Actual cash on hand 


1,313 00 


5,528 68 






















Other resources 


224 75 




224 75 








Totals-. 


$165,690 86 

$20,000 00 

2,000 00 

160 63 


$46,233 30 

$5,000 00 
1,000 00 


$211,924 16 


Liabilities 
Capital paid in 


$25,000 00 


Surplus 


3,000 00 


All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid.. 


160 63 








Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 
than rediscounts 








Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 








Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 


























78,234 36 


40',233"36' 


78,234 36 


Savings deposits _ _ ._ 


40,233 30 








Time certificates of deposit. . 








Certified checks 








Cashiers' checks. 








State, county and municipal deposits . 


65,000 00 




65,000 00 


United States and postal savings deposits 




Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 
outstanding 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 
of this bank, except those held by this bank 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
exchange 








Other liabilities .. ... 


295 87 




295 87 








Totals 


$165,690 86 
$802 55 


$46,233 30 
$427 09 


$211,924 16 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 


$1,229 64 







228 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



THE SUMITOMO BANK, LIMITED (BRANCH). LOS ANGELES 

Incorporated in Japan, February 28, 1912. 805 

Officers — T. Shirao, Manager; J. Hirota, Assistant Manager; K. Watanabe, Pro Manager. 
Directors — Baron K. Sumitomo, N. Yatsushiro, K. Ohdaira, K. Yukawa, S. Imamura, S. Koh, 
K. Hori, K. Kaga, H. Okahashi. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 



Commercial 



Savings 



Combined 



Resources 

Loans and discounts, including rediscounts 

Bankers' acceptances, including rediscounts 

Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts 

Overdrafts.-. 

Customers' liability account acceptances 

Liability of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptances 

United States securities owned 

All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 

Other real estate owned 

Due from Federal Reserve Bank 

Due from other banks.. 

Actual cash on hand 

Exchanges for clearing house 

Checks and other cash items 

Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection... 
Other resources 



$482,277 18 



180,500 00 
1,130 00 



54,763 01 
5,-368 17 



6,263 25 
85",505'08" 



Total. 



LUBILITIES 

Capital paid in 

Surplus .... 

All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid.. 

Reserve for interest, taxes, etc... 

Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 

rediscounts .. 

Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 

than rediscounts 

Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank. 

Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 

Bank 

Deposits due to banks 

Dividends unpaid. 

Individual deposits subject to check 

Savings deposits 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit 

Certified checks 

Cashiers' checks 

State, county and municipa' deposits 

United States and postal savings deposits... 

Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 

outstanding. 

Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 

of this bank, except those held by this bank 

Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 

exchange 

Other liabilities 



$815,806 69 



$300,000 00 
1,553 98 
3,236 21 



222,827 79 



288,188 71 



Total. 



$815,806 69 



Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



229 



THE BANK OF CANTON, LIMITED (BRANCH). SAN FRANCISCO 

Incorporated in Hongkong, February 21, 1912. 806 

Officers — Arthur G. Wong, Manager; G. C. Lee, Submanager; Lee Chung, Cashier; D. D. 
Johnson, Accountant; G. B. Lau, Secretary. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 



Commercial 



Savings 



Combined 



Rksources 

Loans and discounts, including rediscounts. 

Backers' acceptances, inci uding rediscounts 

Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts. 

Overdrafts 

Customers' liabili ty account acceptances 

Liability of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptances 

United States securitic s owned 

.^1! other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts.. 
Bank premises, fpriiiture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 

Other real estate owned 

Due from Federal Reserve Bank 

Due from ot her banks 

Actual cash on hand 

Exchanges forclearing house 

Checks and other cash items 

Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection 
Other resources 



$4,174 11 



289,370 00 
1,579 29 



849,392 75 
4,734 00 



1,122 03 
Y2',494'88' 



Total. 



Liabilities 

Capital paid in. 

Surplus 

All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid 

Reserve forinterest, taxes, etc 

Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 

rediscounts. 

Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ 

ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 

than rediscounts 

Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 

Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 

Bank 

Deposi t s due to banks 

Dividends unpaid 

Individual deposits subject to check 

Savings deposits 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit- 

Certified checks 

Cashiers' checks „ 

State, county and municipal deposits 

United States and postal savings deposits 

Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 

outstanding 

Acceptances executed bv or for account of or under guarantee 

of this bank, except those held ty this bank 

Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 

exchange 

Other I labilities 



$1,162,867 06 



$300,000 00 

1,515 00 

639 48 



13,993 97 



Total. 



Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 



$1,162,867 06 



8210 00 



230 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



BANK OF WEST HOLLYWOOD. WEST HOLLYWOOD 

Incorporated March 24. 1924. 



808 



Officers — David E. Fulwider, President; E. R. Smith, D. G. Thompson, Vice Presidents; 

C. E. Elfstrom, Cashier. 
Directors — David E. Fulwider, E. R. Smith, Chas. E. Hammel, D. G. Thompson, C. E. 

Elfstrom, Geo. M. Bennethum, C. B. Edington, C. F. Hoppe, Emil Offeman, CliflFord 

Gillespie, B. U. Cain. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 



Commercial 



Savings 



Combined 



Resources 

Loans and discounts, including rediscounts 

Bankers' acceptances, i ncluding rediscounts 

Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts. , 

Overdrafts 

Customers' liability account acceptances 

Liability of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptances 

United States sscuri tics owned 

All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 

Other real estate owned 

Due from Federal Reserve Bank 

Due from other banks 

Actual cash on hand 

Exchanges forclearing house 

Checks and other cash items 

Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection. _ 
Other resources _.- 



$176,680 64 
579"i6" 



35,260 90 



61,225 75 

16.166 47 
1,051 00 
2,000 00 

24,551 19 

13.167 86 



134,895 32 



153,860 47 
24,661 50 



4,002 71 
3,500 00 



22 04 
3"609'37" 



Totals. 



Liabilities 

Capital paid in _ 

Surplus 

All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid. . 

Reserve for interest, taxes, etc 

Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 

rediscounts 

Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing ail obligations representing money boTowed, other 

than rediscounts 

Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 

Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 

Bank __ 

Deposi t s due to banks .._ 

S uccess deposits .-. 

Individual deposits subject to check 

Savings deposits 

Demand certificates of deposit. 

Time certificates of deposit 

Certified checks 

Cashiers' checks 

State, county and municipa 1 deposi ts 

United States and postal savings deposits 

Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 

outstanding 

Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 

of this bank, except those held by this bank 

Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 

exchange 

Other liabilities _ 



$299,053 42 

$51,500 00 
""2^279"99' 



$386,180 90 



$25,000 00 
5,000 00 



$241,941 54 



134,895 32 

215,086 22 

40,827 97 

1,051 00 

2,000 00 

28,553 90 

16,667 86 



22 04 
3",609'37 



$685,234 32 



$76,500 00 
5,000 00 
2,279 99 



2,396 93 
185,433 10 



131,180 90 



24,300 00 

25 00 

32,828 03 



225,000 00 



290 37 



Totals. 



Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 



$299,053 42 



$2,000 00 



$386,180 90 
$1,500 00 



2,396 93 
185,433 10 
131,180 90 



24,300 00 

25 00 

32,828 03 

225,000 00 



290 37 



$685,234 32 
$3,500 00 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



231 



BEVERLY HILLS SAVINGS BANK. BEVERLY HILLS 

Incorporated December 1, 1924. 



809 



Officers — O. N. Beasley, President; R. P. Bishop, Vice President; G. J. Brooks, Cashier; 

R. S. Beasley, E. A. Poe, Assistant Cashiers. 
Directors — O. N. Beasley, R. P. Bishop, G. J. Brooks, Leland P. Reeder, George S. Rees. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resoiirces 


$45,463 42 


$894,881 14 
25,308 55 


$940,344 56 




25,308 55 




































88,462 69 

298,691 89 
153,702 08 


88,462 69 


All other bondif, warrants and securities, including premium 




298,691 89 


Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 


30,016 97 


183,719 05 






5,000 00 

40,914 37 

29,904 90 

2,874 03 

2,092 57 


5,000 00 






40,914 37 




6,000 00 


35,904 90 




2,874 03 






2,092 57 












6,000 00 


6,000 00 








Totals . 


$81,480 39 

$30,000 00 
10,000 00 
4,009 61 


$1,547,832 22 

$120,000 00 
40,000 00 
14,020 44 


$1,629,312 61 


LUBILITIES 


$150,000 00 




50,000 00 


All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid.. 


18,030 05 


Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 
than rediscounts „ _ . . . 
















Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 








Deposits due to banks . . .. 
















Individual deposits subject to check .. 












1,265,694 12 


1,2'65,694 12 


Demand certificates of deposit .. 










23,257 60 


23,257 60 


Certified checks .._... . . . 








37,470 78 




37,470 78 


tate. cauntv and mun icipal deposits ... .... 


84,860 06 


84,860 06 


United States and postal savings deposits 




Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 








Acceptances executed by oi for account of or under guarantee 
of this bank, except those held by this bank 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dol'ar 








Other liaoilities 
















Totals 


$81,480 39 


$1,547,832 22 


$1,629,312 61 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 













232 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 
FIRST EXCHANGE STATE BANK. LAWNDALE 

Incorporated January 7, 1925. 



810 



Officers— A. F. Netzel, President ; Ross Walker, Henry Krabbenschmidt, J. R. Mayer, Vice 
Presidents ; Charles Kellogg, Cashier ; W. E. Carr, Assistant Cashier. 

Directors — R. Earl Miller, M. B. Carton, B. L. Cook, Thomas Barnes, A. F. Netzel, Ross 
Walker, L. E. Leuzinger. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 



Commercial 



Savings 



Combined 



Resources 

Loans and discounts , including rediscounts 

Bankers' acceptances, including rediscounts.. 

Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts. 

Overdrafts 

Customers ' liability account acceptances 

Liability of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptances 

United States securities owned ... 

All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts.. 
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 

Other real estate owned 

Due from Federal Reserve Bank 

Due from other banks 

Actual cash on hand 

Exchanges for clearing house 

Checks and other cash items 

Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection. 
Other resources 



$136,859 97 



$219,642 66 



104 73 



185,914 46 
24,000 00 



39.609 04 

10,724 14 

5,628 60 



41,519 14 
21,535 45 



10,844 05 
9,839 29 



Totals. 



LUBIUTIBS 

Capital paid in 

Surplus -. 

All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid 

Reserve for interest, taxes, etc 

Bills pajable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 

rediscounts . 

Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ' 

ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 

than rediscounts 

Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 

Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 

Bank 

Deposits due to banks 

Dividends unpaid . 

Individual deposits subject to check 

Savings deposits 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit. 

Certified checks 

Cashiers' checks 

State, county and municipal deposits 

United States and postal savings deposits 

Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 

outstanding 

Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 

of this bank, except those held by this bank 

Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 

exchange 

Other liabilities 



$409,933 75 



$30,000 00 
5,000 00 
1,816 88 



$296,287 78 



$20,000 00 



$356,502 63 
i04'73 



225,523 50 

34,724 14 

5,628 60 



52,363 19 
31,374 74 



$706,221 53 



$50,000 00 
5,000 00 
1,816 88 



922 00 
256,638 80 



71 00 

13,594 95 

100,000 00 



251,855 61 
'24',432"i7 



1,890 12 



Totals. 



Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 



$409,933 75 
$1,500 00 



$296,287 78 
$2,000 00 



922 00 
256,638 80 
251,855 61 



24,432 17 

71 00 

13,594 95 

100,000 00 



1,890 12 



$706,221 53 
$3,500 00 



Note. — The above statement includes the business of a branch office at 11001 South Main 
street, L,os Angeles. 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 233 

THE SUMITOMO BANK OF CALIFORNIA. SACRAMENTO 

Incorporated March 3, 1925. 811 

Officers — N. Yatsushiro, President; Y. Ogasawara, Vice President; A. Ando, Cashier. 
Directors — N. Yatsushiro, T. Shirao, Y. Ogasawara, C. E. Baen, Marcel E. Cerf. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 



Commercial 



Savings 



Combined 



Resources 

Loans and discounts, including rediscounts .- 

Bankers' acceptances, including rediscounts 

Notes, drafts or bi'ls of exchange, including rediscounts 

Overdrafts 

Customers' lability account acceptances.. 

Liability of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptances 

United States securities owned — 

All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 

Other real estate owned 

Due from Federal Reserve Bank 

Due from other banks.. 

Actual cash on hand — 

Exchanges for clearinghouse... 

Checks and other cash items.. 

Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection... 
Other resources 



$380,467 90 



$54,275 00 



$434,742 90 



15,322 15 



73,120 49 
3,000 00 



423,087 91 



15,322 15 



496,208 40 
3,000 00 



15,000 00 

73,655 38 

11,950 56 

9,146 43 



6,000 00 

22,436 06 

2,712 91 



21,000 00 

96,091 44 

14,663 47 

9,146 43 



5,244 50 



75 00 



5,319 50 



Totals. 



LuBomES 

Capital paid in 

Surplus 

All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid.. 

Reserve for interest, taxes, etc 

Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 

rediscounts . 

Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 

than rediscounts 

Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank.. 

Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 

Bank 

Deposits due to banks 

Dividends unpaid 

Individual deposits subject to check 

Savings deposits 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit 

Certified checks 

Cashiers' checks 

State, county and municipal deposits 

United States and postal savings deposits 

Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 

outstanding 

Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 

of this bank, except those held by this bank 

Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 

exchange 

Other liabilities 



$586,907 41 



$80,000 00 

20,000 00 

3,283 54 

1,075 26 



$508,586 88 



$45,000 00 

5,000 00 

1,993 41 

317 52 



$1,095,494 29 



$125,000 00 

25,000 00 

5,276 95 

1,392 78 



128,702 74 
2Y3",743"98" 



128,702 74 



4,515 37 

87,334 96 

28 00 

5,196 41 



331,275 95 



125,000 00 



213,743 98 

331,275 95 

4,515 37 

87,334 96 

28 00 

5,196 41 

125,000 00 



43,027 15 



43,027 15 



Totals. 



Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 



$586,907 41 
$3,303 94 



$508,586 88 



$1,095,494 29 
$3,303 94 



234 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OP BANES 



METROPOLITAN TRUST COMPANY OF CALIFORNIA. LOS ANGELES 

Incorporated September 1, 1925. 814 

Officers — Chas. B. Hopper, President; H. H. Braly, Vice President and Treasurer; Wm. S. 

Porter, Vice President ; F. S. Hollister, Vice President and Secretary; M. Zoff, lone 

Coulson, Assistant Secretaries. 
Directors — Alphonzo E. Bell, A. H. Braly, H. H. Braly, Geo. L. Eastman, James R. Ford, 

T. W. Raymond, F. S. Hollister, Chas. B. Hopper, Shepard Mitchell, R. S. Padget, 

J. R. Pinkham, William S. Porter, Glenn A. Schaefer. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Court 
Trusts 


Private 
Trusts 


Combined 


Resoitrces 




$70,905 00 


$70,905 00 


United States securities owned _ _ _. 




All other bonds, warrants and securities, including nremium 
thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 


$100,000 00 


100,691 00 

44,757 12 

8,888 87 

1,240 00 

4,528 03 

11,540 89 


200,691 00 

44,757 12 

8,888 87 










1,240 00 






4,528 03 
11,540 89 












Totals 

Liabilities 


$100,000 00 
$100,000 00 


$242,550 91 

$100,000 00 

50,000 00 

73,754 42 

8,096 49 


$342,550 91 
$200,000 00 




50,000 00 


All undivided profits, leas expenses, interest and taxes paid- 




73,754 42 






8,096 49 


Deposits of money received from executors, administrators, 






Fund for advances to trusts _. _ 




10,700 00 


10,700 00 


Other liabilities ....... 














Totals 


$100,000 00 


$242,550 91 


$342,550 91 



Trust Resources 


Court Trusts 


Trust Liabilities 


Court Trusts 


Peifsonal assets received from executors, 
administrators, guardiars, assignees, 


$9,838,869 60 

950 00 

649,972 77 

75 63 


Personal assets received from executors, 
administrators, guardians, assignees. 




Trust investments, personal property. __ 

Trust investments, real property 

Due from banks 


Trusts held in capacity of executor, 
administrator, guardian, assignee, 
receiver or trustee. 

Private trusts, specially designated and 
construed as court trusts, under 
supervision 

Total 


$1,025 63 










10,488,842 37 


Total 


$10,489,868 00 


$10,489,868 00 









Note. — The above statement includes the business of 
street, Los Angeles. 



a branch office at 532-534 West Sixth 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



235 



CROCKER FIRST FEDERAL TRUST COMPANY. SAN FRANCISCO 

Incorporated December 14. 1925. 816 

Officers — Wm. H. Crocker, President ; James K. Moffitt, Chairman Executive Committee ; W. W. 
Crocker, E. Avenali, F. G. Willis, D. J. Murphy, W. D. Lux, Vice Presidents ; J. G. 
Hooper, Vice President and Manager; R. R. Pardow, Vice President and Secretary; C. H. 
McCormick, Treasurer ; L. A. McCrystle, Trust Officer ; S. W. Drascovich, T. E. Johnstone, 
Assistant Secretaries ; M. R. Clark, Cashier ; P. S. Scales, Realty Loan Officer ; W. H. 
Cameron, Assistant Cashier; J. H Eastman, Assistant Trust Officer. 

Directors — E. Avenali, George T. Cameron, Geo. D. Cooper, Templeton Crocker, Wm. H. 
Crocker, William W. Crocker, Robert T. Devlin, Robert E- Easton, Jas. J. Fagan, 
Arthur Goodall, Chas. E. Green, A. G. Griffin, E. C. Holmes, Frank P. Hooper, Charles 
S. Howard, R. W. Kinney, Clifton H. Kroll, Norman B. Livermore, Walter S. Martin, 
Atholl Mcl^ean. James K. Moffitt. R. S. Moore, S. F. B. Morse, J. H. Newbauer, George 
W. Scott, W. T. Smith, M. J. Sullivan. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Court 
Trusts 


Private 
Trusts 


Combined 


Resources 
Loans and discounts, including 




$22,287,865 53 






$22,287,865 53 


Bankers' acceptances, including 










Notes, drafts or bills of exchange. 
























Castomers' liability account 












Liability of foreign banks and 
bankers on account of accept- 
















4,553,109 66 
5,424,045 14 


$341,000 00 

286,397 46 


$100,000 00 


4,994,109 66 


All other bonds, warrants and 
securities, including premium 
thereon, less all offsetting 




5,710,442 60 


Bank premises, furniture and fix- 












10,698 14 






10,698 14 
















1,996,836 08 

400,000 00 

329,787 16 

22,191 20 


52,654 53 


3,129,650 65 


5,179,141 26 






400,000 00 










329,787 16 










22,191 20 


Items with Federal Reserve 


- 














152 16 
955 93 




152 16 






12,841 58 




13,797 51 










Totals.. 




335,037,374 49 

$1,250,000 00 
450,000 00 


$681,160 08 

$150,000 00 
50,000 00 


$3,229,650 65 
$100,000 00 


$38,948,185 22 


LlABILTTIUS 




$1,500,000 00 




"^ 


500,000 00 


Amount segregated for protec- 
tion of court and private 
trusts, national banks only 








All undivided profits, less ex- 
penses, interest and taxes paid 




526,853 66 
35,846 18 


469,110 72 




995,964 38 








35,846 18 


Bills payable with Federal 
Reserve Bank other than 
rediscounts 










Bills payable other than with 
Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing allobligationsrepresenting 
money borrowed, other than 
rediscounts 












Liabilities for rediscounts with 
FpHp.rnl Rpservp Bank 












Liabilities for rediscounts other 
than with Federal Reserve 
Bank . 












Deposits due to banks 












Dividends unpaid 




90,000 00 






90,000 00 


Individual deposits subject to 
check 










Savings deposits 




31.976,859 54 






31,976,859 54 


Demand certificates of deposit. . 











236 REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 

CROCKER FIRST FEDERAL TRUST COMPANY. SAN FRANCISCO— Continued 





Commercial 


Savings 


Court 

Trusts 


Private 
Trusts 


Combined 


Liabilities— Continued 




$32,000, 00 






$32,000 00 


Certified checks. 








Cashiers' checiis 












State, county and municipal 




503,560 91 






503,560 91 


United States and postal savings 
deposits 










Ijetters of credit and travelers' 
checks sold for cash and now 












Acceptances executed by or for 
account of or under guarantee 
of this bank, except those 












Liability account acceptances 
executed to furnish dollar 












Deposits of money received 
from executors, administra- 
tors, guardians, assignees, 






$11,995 20 




11,995 20 
















172,254 20 


54 16 


$3,129,650 65 


3,301,959 01 








Totals 




$35,037,374 49 
8159,003 43 


$681,160 08 
$8,550 71 


$3,229,650 65 


$38,948,185 22 


Interest earned but not col- 
lected, not included in re- 




$167,554 14 











Trust Resources 


Court Trusts 


Trust Lubilities 


Court Trusts 


Personal assets received from executors, 
administrator*, guardians, assignees. 


$793,051 18 

3,571,766 25 

616,554 56 

295,680 90 


Personal assets received from executors, 
administrators, guardians, assignees, 
receivers or trustees . 


$793,051 18 


Trust investments, personal property... 

Trust investments, real property 

Due from banks 


Trusts held in capacity of executor, 
administrator, guardian, assignee, 
receiver or trustee 

Private trusts, specially designated and 
construed as court trusts, under 


4,484,001 71 


Cash on hand 












Total: 




Total 


$5,277,052 89 


$5,277,052 89 









REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



237 



PIONEER TITLE INSURANCE AND TRUST COMPANY. SAN BERNARDINO 

Incorporated January 29, 1917. 817 

Officers — J. L. Mack, President; C. K. Cooper, Vice President; W. N. Glasscock, Secretary 

and Treasurer. 
Directors— J. L. Mack, W. N. Glasscock, C. K. Cooper, J. L. Oakey, S. M. Light, W. W. 

McEuen, V. A. Mack. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Court 
Trusts 


Private 
Trusts 


Combined 


Resources 


892,449 19 


$100,393 42 


$192,842 61 






All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 
thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 


10,155 21 
1,406 17 


3,500 00 

1,745 87 

250 00 


13,655 21 
3,152 04 




250 00 




784 16 
19,071 98 


784 16 




531 83 


19,603 81 






Tot:ils ... 


$123,866 71 

$100,000 00 
21,247 03 


$106,421 12 

$100,000 00 
2,560 80 


$230,287 83 


LUBILITIBS 


$200,000 00 




23,807 83 






Reserve for interest, taxes, etc. , accrued and unpaid 

Deposits of money received from executors, administrators. 


2,419 68 


3,360 32 


5,780 00 




200 00 


500 00 


700 00 














Totals 


$123,866 71 


$106,421 12 


$230,287 83 







Trust Resources 


Court Trusts 


Trust Liabilities 


Court Trusts 


Personal assets received from executors, 
administrators, guardians, assignees. 




Personal assets received from executors, 
administrators, guardians, assignees, 




Trust investments, personal property.-. 

Trust investments, real property 

Due from banks - 


$10,919 19 

; 4,150 00 

1,317 01 


Trusts held in capacity of executor, 
administrator, guardian, assignee, 
receiver or trustee... 

Private trusts, specially designated and 
coDstmed as court trusts, under 


$16,386 20 














Total 




Total . 


$16,386 20 


$16,386 20 









238 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



SOUTHERN TITLE AND TRUST COMPANY. 
(Trust Department) 

Incorporated April 16, 1926. 



SAN DIEGO 



819 



Officers — A. P. Johnson, Jr., President ; E. E. Hubbell, Edwin Johnson, Leroy A. Wright, 

H. N. Durflinger, E. A. Sears, Vice Presidents ; F. H. Tomkins, Vice President and 

Trust Officer; R. S. Reed, Secretary. 
Directors — H. E. Crane, Eugene Daney, Ed. Fletcher, R. E. Hegg, E. E. Hubbell, A. P. 

Johnson, Jr., Edwin Johnson, W. E. Kier, R. S. Reed, F. A. Salmons, H. N. Durflinger, 

Leroy A. Wright. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Court 
Trusts 


Private 
Trusts 


Combined 


RtsoriRCT.s 
Loans and discounts, including rediscounts 








United States securities owned _._ _ 








All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premiunj 
thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 


$50,000 00 


$50,000 00 

5 35 

200 00 

181 00 
167.723 74 


$100,000 00 
5 35 






200 00 


Advances to trusts... _ 




181 00 


Other resources _ _. 




167,723 74 








Totals 


$50,000 00 
$50,000 00 


$218,110 09 

$160,000 00 

50,796 32 

2,697 20 


$268 110 09 


L1ABILITIF.S 
Capital 


$210,000 00 
50,796 32 


All undivided profits less expenses, interest and taxes paid. 




2,697 20 


Reserve for interest, taxes, etc., accrued and unpaid. 






Deposits of money received from executors, administrators, 
guardians, assignees, receivers or trustees 












200 00 
4,416 57 


200 00 






4,416 57 








Totals 


$50,000 00 


$218,110 09 


$268,110 09 



Trust Resources 


Court Trusts 


Trust Liabilities 


Court Trusts 


Personal assets received from executors, 
administrators guardians, assignees, 




Personal assets received from executors, 
administrators, guardians, assignees, 




Trust investments, personal property. __ 
Trust investments, real property 


$9,827 50 
4,350 00 
2,216 01 


Trusts held in capacity of executcr. 
administratcr, guardian, assignee, 
receiver or trustee. 

Private trusts, specially designated and 
construed as court trusts under 


$16,393 51 














Total 




Total 


$16,393 51 


$16,393 51 







REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS 



239 



CITIZENS BANK OF MONROVIA. MONROVIA 

Incorporated May 20, 1929. 



821 



Officers — T. C. Rogers, President; R. E. Frith, James G. Maxwell, Vice Presidents; C. H. 

Banks, Vice President and Cashier; F. R. Schallert, Assistant Cashier. 
Directors — T. C. Rogers, R. E. Frith, James G. Maxwell, C. H. Banks, Harry E. Klein. 

C. H. Anson, W. H. McCune, Jr., J. H. Milligan, Otis Sayre, Louis Menge, Herbert 

J. Evans. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 


$431,770 30 


$180,956 50 


$612,726 80 






Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts 










447 00 




447 00 


















10,000 00 

213,095 31 
76,279 41 


9,270 94 
91,381 94 


19,270 94 


All other bonds, warrants and securities, including prenuum 
thereon, loss all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 


304,477 25 
76,279 41 












6,200 00 
3,312 87 


6,200 00 




68,777 46 

40,271 11 

10,312 87 

1,005 67 


72,090 33 




40,271 11 






10,312 87 






1,005 67 








Other resources 


4,381 70 




4,381 70 








Totals 


$856,340 83 

$125,000 00 

36,225 00 

3,851 72 


$291,122 25 

$25,000 00 
5,000 00 


$1,147,463 08 


Liabilities 


$150,000 00 


Surplus 


41,225 00 




3,851 72 








Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all oaligations representing money borrowed, other 
















Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 










4,999 51 

3,000 00 

433,082 68 




4,999 51 






3,000 00 






433,082 68 




202,322 25 


202,322 25 








Time : srtificatcs of deposit 


109,951 50 

103 00 

6,327 42 

133,800 00 




109,951 50 






103 00 


Cashiers' checks 




6,327 42 




58,800 00 


192,600 00 






Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 








Other liabilities 
















Totals 


$856,340 83 
$4,000 00 


$291,122 25 
$2,000 00 


$1,147,463 08 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities . 


$6,000 00 







240 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



THE BORDER BANK. SAN YSIDRO 

Incorporated February 11, 1926. 



823 



Officers — F. R. Bickell, President; H. W. Sperbeck, Vice President and Cashier; P. Abadie, 

Secretary and Assistant Cashier. 
Directors— F. R. Bickell, J. Caplin, H. W. Sperbeck, E. Martinez, E. Klicka, C. N. Doughty, 

W. Richards. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resodrces 


$128,430 06 


$80,094 66 


$208,524 72 














Overdrafts _ _ _ ___ 








Customers' liabilitv account acceptarces ..- -_ 








Liability of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptances 










7,982 76 

180,045 00 
40,500 00 


900 00 

27,673 73 
12,500 00 


8,882 76 


All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises,f urniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 


207,718 73 
53,000 00 












15,471 40 
11,672 09 


4,000 00 
4,625 75 


19,471 40 




16,297 84 


Exchanges for clearing house- - 




Checks and other cash items 








Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection 










694 39 




694 39 








Totals 


$384,795 70 

$40,000 00 
7,500 00 
2,323 61 


$129,794 14 

$10,000 00 
2,500 00 


$514,589 84 


Liabilities 


$50,000 00 




10,000 00 


All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid. . 


2,323 61 






Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 








Billspayable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 
















Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 










1,630 99 




1,630 99 










174,017 58 




174,017 58 


Savings deposits 


104,694 14 


104,694 14 




3,664 40 


3,664 40 




12,600 00 


12,600 GO 




30 00 

4,898 18 

150,000 00 


30 00 




4,898 18 






150,000 00 








Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 








Acceptancesexecuted by or for account of or under guarantee 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 










730 94 




730 94 








Totals . . - - 


$384,795 70 
$1,830 00 


$129,794 14 
$775 00 


$514,589 84 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 


$2,605 00 







REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



241 



LOS ANGELES INVESTMENT TRUST COMPANY. LOS ANGELES 

Incorporated May 18, 1926. 824 

Officers — W. P. Jeffries, President; R. F. Ingold, W. H. Harrison, Vice Presidents; A. R. 

LeRoy, Vice President and Treasurer ; H. F. Poyet, Secretary. 
Directors— W. P. Jeflfries, W. H. Harrison, R. F. Ingold, Dan Murphy, W. B. Corwin, 
A. R. Le Roy, A. C. Erode, W. R. Flint, E. L. Dudleigh. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Court 
Trusts 


Private 
Trusts 


Combined 


Resources 




$97,400 (Jo 


$97,400 00 








All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 
thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 


100,000 00 


189,250 17 
3,294 26 


289,250 17 
3,294 26 












10,000 00 


10,000 00 
















Totals.-. 


$100,00 00 
$100,000 00 


$299,944 43 
$200,000 00 


$399,944 43 


LuBiLiTras 
Capital - . -.---. 


$300,000 00 


Surplus 








88,337 63 
1,527 80 


88,337 63 






1,527 80 


Deposits of money received from executors, administrators, 
guardi; ns, assignees, receivers or trustees - 










10,000 00 
79 00 


10,000 00 


Other liabilities 




79 00 








Totals 


$100,000 00 


$299,944 43 


$399,944 43 







Trust Resources 


Court Trusts 


Trust Lubilities 


Court Trusts 


Personal assets received from executors, 
administrators, guardians, assignees, 




Personal assets received from executors, 
administrators, guardians, assignees. 




Trust investments, personal property 

Trust investments, real property 


$1,174 49 


Trusts held in capacity cf executor, 
administrator, guardian, assignee, 
receiver or trustee 

Private trusts, specially designated and 
construed as court trusts, under 








$1,174 40 


Cash on hand. 














Total :,. 




Total 


$1,174 49 


$1,174 49 







16—69903 



242 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



CALIFORNIA PACIFIC TITLE AND TRUST COMPANY. SAN FRANCISCO 



Incorporated September 10, 1926. 



825 



Officers — E. J. McCutchen, President; Fred T, Elsey, Benj. J. Henley, Henry E. Monroe, 
Vice Presidents; Wm. H. Smith, Jr., Secretary; W. W. Wilson, Assistant Secretary. 

Directors — E. J. McCutchen, R. B. Burmister, G. W. McEnerny, Henry E. Monroe, 
Sidney M. Ehrmann, John S. Drum, James D. Phelan, Benj. J. Henley, Harrison S. Robin- 
son, Fred J. Elsey, Warren OIney, Jr., Wm. H. Orrick, Edward H. Clark, James E. Walsh, 
Geo. W. Hind, Geo. A. Newhall, Jesse W. Lilienthal, Jr., W. H. Sullivan, A. Crawford 
Greene. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Court 
Trusts 


Private 
Trusts 


Combined 


Resoitrces 


$100,000 00 


$19,000 00 


$119,000 00 






All other bonis, warr.i.nts and securities, including premium 




102,250 00 

7,666 84 

50 00 

476 38 


102,250 00 




3,000 00 


10,666 84 




50 00 






476 38 
















Totals 


$103,000 00 
$103,000 00 


$129,443 22 
$102,250 00 


$232,443 22 


Liabilities 


$205,250 GO 






All undivided profits, leas expenses, interest and taxes paid- 




9,888 16 


9,888 16 






Depositr of money received from executors, adminisrators. 












476 38 
16,828 68 


476 38 






16,828 68 








Totals - 


$103,000 00 


$129,443 22 


.$232,443 22 







REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



243 



ELSINORE STATE BANK. ELSINORE 

Incorporated November 4. 1926. 



827 



Officers — Wni. C. Gunnerson, President; A. L. Adams, Vice President; J. B. Kaser, Cashier. 
Directors — W. C. Gunnerson, A. L. Adams, J. B. Kaser, S. H. Gunder, W. S. McGill, 



H. B. King. 



STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 
Loans and discounts, including rediscounts- _ _ 


$82,835 15 


$36,690 00 


$119,525 15 


Notes draftsor bills of exchange, including rediscounts. .. 










275 56 




275 56 
























All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furni t ure and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 


147,504 67 
8,266 33 


3,000 00 
5,700 00 


150,504 67 
13,966 33 










Due from other banks 

Actual cash on hand__. 


17,051 18 

6,918 20 

243 00 


4,810 89 
1,482 81 


21,862 07 

8,401 01 

243 00 








Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection 
























Totals 

Liabilities 
Capital paid in.. .. . 


$263,094 09 

$35,000 00 

5,000 00 

492 58 


$51,683 70 
$15,000 00 


$314,777 79 
850,000 00 




5,000 00 






492 58 


Reserve for interest, taxes, etc . . 






Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 
than rediscounts. 
















Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 


























91,732 23 




91,732 23 


Savings deposits... 


36,683 70 


36,683 70 








Time certificates of deposit 


4,053 60 




4,053 60 


Certified checks .. . . 








1,815 68 
125,000 00 




1,815 68 


State, county and municipal deposits 




125,000 00 


United States and postal savings deposits 






Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 








.Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 
of this bank, except those held by this bank 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 








Other liabilities . 
















Totals 


$263,094 09 


$51,683 70 


$314,777 79 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities... 













244 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



BANK OF INGLEWOOD. INGLEWOOD 

Incorporated November 26, 1926. 



828 



Officers — S. M. Greene, President; E. B. Harris, Newcomb Condee, Vice Presidents; R. F. 

Lamb, Cashier, E. D. Boone, T. G. Stevens, Assistant Cashiers. 
Directors — S. M. Greene, R. F. Lamb, E. B. Harris, Newcomb Condee, T. G. Stevens, H. D. 

Mosley, Louis Hardin, Jr., M. J. Mertens, H. H. Zillgitt. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 
Loans and discounts, including rediscounts 

Bankers' acceptances, ini/luding rediscoui.ts . . -- 


$265,479 26 


$294,207 06 


$559,686 32 


Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts 








Overdrafts -_ 


28 20 




28 20 


















11,073 69 

216,629 30 
15,679 10 


2,500 00 

77,841 42 
5,018 53 


13,573 69 


All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 


294,470 72 
20,697 63 




19,000 00 

174,428 25 

12,439 23 

2,492 46 

467 22 


10,000 00 
35,874 42 


29,000 00 




210,302 67 




12,439 23 


Exchanges for clearing house . 




2,492 46 


Checks and other cash items . . _ 




467 22 










368 06 




368 06 








Totals . . 


$718,084 77 

$60,000 00 

10,000 00 

9,324 74 


$425,441 43 
$40,000 00 


$1,143, .526 20 


Liabilities 


$100,000 00 




10,000 00 


AH undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid.. 




9,324 74 


Reserve for interest, taxes, etc. _ . 






Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 








Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 








Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 
























Individual deposits subject to check 


405,488 41 




405,488 41 


Savings deposits . . 


385,441 43 


385,441 43 










22,680 00 

30 74 

46,838 24 

163,677 64 




22,680 00 






30 74 






46,838 24 


State, county and municipal deposits . . 




163,677 64 








Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 








Acceptances executed by or for account of nr under guarantee 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 










45 00 




45 00 








Totals .. .... ... .. 


.$718,084 77 
$7,276 72 


$425,441 43 


$1,143,526 20 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 


$7,276 72 









REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



245 



PAN AMERICAN BANK OF CALIFORNIA. LOS ANGELES 

Incorporated December 24, 1926. 



830 



Officers— \V. G. Bamhisel, President; C. E. Tainter, C. L. Hill, P. W. Hall, Vice Presidents; 

H. S. Pierce, J. M. McEvers, R. \V. Augspurger, Assistant Cashiers; W. F. Ramsey, Jr., 

A. Q. Robison, Assistant Trust Officers. 
Directors — Franklin Flick, Chairman of the Board ; Leo M. Meeker, Howard W. Wright, Wm. 

A. Sheldon, Dr. J. Arthur Foster, F. R. Feitshans, S. B. Mosher. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Court 
Trusts 


Private 
Trusts 


Combined 


Resources 
Loans and discounts, including 


$1,774,065 41 


$873,536 84 






$2 647,602 25 


Bankers' acceptances, including 








Notes, drafts or bills of exchange. 














504 87 
295 97 








504 87 


Customers' liability account 








295 97 


Liability of foreign banks and 
bankers on account of accept- 














62,700 00 

1,236,567 50 

120,279 95 
42,511 90 
10,000 00 
14,931 20 
15,000 00 






62,700 00 


.\11 other bonds, warrants and 
securities, including premium 
thereon, less all offsetting 
bond adjustment accounts . . . 

Bank premises, furniture and fix- 
tures and safe deposit vaults. 


52,480 00 
83,874 71 


$100,000 00 


$100,000 00 


1,489,047 50 
204,154 66 






42,511 90 




2,119 03 

174,598 38 

27,097 69 

141,604 92 

102,744 79 

58,922 29 






12 119 03 




275 00 


5,000 00 


194,804 58 




42 097 69 


Exchanges for clearing house— . 






141 604 92 








102,744 79 
58 922 29 


Items with Federal Reserve 
Bank in process of callection. 










725 00 




725 00 




83,990 38 






83,990 38 












Totals 


$2,502,298 44 

$700,000 00 
200,000 00 


$2,375,527 39 

$100,000 00 
50,000 00 


$101,000 00 
$100,000 00 


$105,000 00 
$100,000 00 


$5,083,825 83 


Liabilities 


$1,000,000 00 




250,000 00 


Amount segregated for protec- 
tion of court and private 








All undivided profits, less ex- 
penses, interest and taxes paid 


-10,378 63 




1,000 00 


4,000 00 


— 5 378 63 


10,584 82 


10,584 82 


Bills payable with Federal 
Reserve Bank other than 










Bills payable other than with 
Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing al 1 obligations representing 
money borrowed, other than 












Liabilities for rediscounts with 












Liabilities for rediscounts other 
than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 














67,528 59 








67,528 59 












Individual deposits subject to 


1,486,937 60 








1,486,937 60 




949,379 17 






949,379 17 
















65,563 40 






65,563 40 




6,922 29 
33,937 72 






6,922 29 










33,937 72 


State, county and municipal 


1.200,000 00 






1,200,000 00 


United States and postal savings 
deposits 











246 REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 

PAN AMERICAN BANK OF CALIFORNIA. LOS ANGELES— Continued 





Commercial 


Savings 


Court 
Trusts 


Private 
Trusts 


Combined 


Letters of credit and travelers' 
checks sold for cash and now 
outstanding. .. 


$17,000 00 
295 97 








$17,000 00 
295 97 


Acceptances executed by or for 
account of or under guarantee 
of this bank, except those 
held by this bank . 








Liability account acceptances 
executed to furnish dollar 
exchange 










Deposits of money received 
from executors, administra- 
tors, guardians, assignees 




















$1,000 00 


1,000 00 




54 90 






54 90 












Totals 

Interest earned but not col- 
lected, not included in re- 


$2,502,298 44 


$2,375,527 39 


$101,000 00 


$105,000 00 


$5,083,825 83 















Trust Rbsoxjkces 


Court Trusts 


Trust Liabilities 


Court Trusts 


Personal assets received from executors, 
administrators guardians assignees, 




Personal assets received from executors, 

administrators, guardians, assignees. 




Trust investments, personal property 

Trust investments, real property 


$10,000 00 
2,200 00 
1,128 07 


Trusts held in capacity of executor, 
administrator, guardian, assignee. 


813,328 07 




Private trusts, specially designated and 
construed as court trusts, under 












Total 




Total 


$13,328 07 


$13,328 07 







REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS 



247 



BANK OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. LA MESA 

Incorporated December 31, 1926. 



831 



Officers — F. J. Belcher, Jr., President; G. H. Schmidt, W. B. Whitcomb Vice Presidents; 

L. J. Heitkam, Cashier, Secretary and Treasurer; J. F. Couts, Jr., Assistant Cashier, 

Assistant Secretary, Assistant Treasurer. 
Directors — F. J. Belcher, Jr., William Clayton, Eugene Daney, D. F. Garrettson, Percy H. 

Goodwin, E. D. Miller, J. O. Miller, A. F. Sonka, H. L,. Sullivan. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 



Commercial 



Savings 



Combined 



Resources 

Loans and discounts, including rediscounts 

Bankers' acceptances, including rediscounts.. 

Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts. 

Overdrafts 

Customers' liability account acceptances 

Liability of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptances 

United States securities owned 

All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts.. 
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 

Other real estate owned 

Due from Federal Reserve Bank 

Due from other banks 

Actual cash on hand 

Exchanges for clearing house 

Checks and other cash items 

Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection 
Other resources 



$92,295 91 
97"85 



$77,712 70 



38,287 50 
13,618 16 



25,077 51 
63,732 63 



16,308 75 

6,032 67 

892 60 



2,371 40 
3,719 66 



3 84 



Totals. 



LUBILITIBS 

Capital paid in 

Surplus 

All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid. _ 

Reserve for interest, taxes, etc 

Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 

rediscounts 

Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 

than rediscounts... 

Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 

Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 

Bank 

Deposits due to banks 

Dividends unpaid 

Individual deposits subject to check 

Savings deposits 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit 

Certified checks 

Cashiers' checks 

State, county and municipal deposits 

United States and postal savings deposits.. 

Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 

outstanding... 

Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 

of this bank, except those held by this bank 

Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 

exchange 

Other liabilities 

Totals 



$167,537 28 



$37,500 00 

3,750 00 

1,457 37 

281 95 



$172,613 90 



$12,500 00 
1,250 00 



$170,008 61 



97 85 



25,077 51 



102,020 13 
13,618 16 



18,680 15 

9,752 33 

892 60 



3 84 



$340,151 18 



$50,000 00 

5,000 00 

1,457 37 

281 95 



119,763 01 



65,870 67 



6 00 
4,640 59 



10,760 00 
82,233"23" 



138 36 



Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 



$167,537 28 



$2,675 15 



$172,613 90 



119,763 01 
65,870 67 



10,760 00 

6 00 

4,640 59 

82,233 23 



138 36 



$340,151 18 
$2,675 15 



248 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



TITLE INSURANCE AND GUARANTEE COMPANY. SAN FRANCISCO 

Incorporated June 7, 1902. 833 

Trust Department Commenced Business February IS, 1927. 

Officers — O. A. Rouleau, President; Donzel Stoney, Walter C. Clark, R. F. Chilcott, Vice 
Presidents ; E. B. Schwarzmann, Secretary ; C. M. Burton, Cashier. 

Directors — O. A. Rouleau, Walter C. Clark, R. F. Chilcott, Thomas E. Palmer, Morgan E. 
La Rue, Charles H. Davis, Donzel Stoney, E. G. Schwarzmann, Charles F. Hunt. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Court 
Trusts 


Private 
Trusts 


Combined 


Resources 


$80,000 00 


$30,000 00 


$110,000 00 


United States securities owned . 




All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 
thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 


30.784 40 
4,951 85 


71.822 00 


102.606 40 
4,951 85 










6 20 




6 20 
















Totals . - 


$115,742 45 

$100,000 00 
5.772 77 
9.869 68 


$101,822 00 

$100,000 00 
1,822 00 


$217,564 45 


Liabilities 
Capital . 


$200,000 00 


Surplus - 


7.594 77 




9.869 68 








Deposits of money received from executors, administrators, 










100 00 




100 00 
















Totals -- - - 


$115,742 45 


$101,822 00 


$217,564 45 







Trust Resources 


Court Trusts 


Trust Liabilities 


Court Trusts 


Personal assets received from executors, 
administrators, guardians, assignees. 




Personal assets received from executors, 
administrators, guardians, assignees, 




Trust investments, personal property... 


$310,554 00 


Trusts held in capacity of executor, 
administrator, guardian, assignee, 
receiver or trustee - 

Private trusts, specially designated and 
construed as court trusts, under 






24,608 30 


$335,162 30 














Total _. 




Total 


$335,162 30 


$335,162 30 







REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



249 



GERMAN AMERICAN SAVINGS BANK OF LOS ANGELES. LOS ANGELES 



Incorporated January 3, 1917. 



834 



Officers — Carl L. Schlocssmanii, President ; E. Zitzniann, Vice President and Cashier ; B. A. 
Walter, Vice President and Secretary ; H. R. Kleinbach, Dave F. Smith, Vice Presidents ; 
Philij) A. Knhn, H. Lehmkiihl, G. Robert Smith, Assistant Cashiers. 

Directors — Carl Schloessmann, H. R. Kleinbach, Edward Stuetz, B. A. Walter, A. B. Ebner, 
C. H. von Breton, A. Carman Smith, Ernest Guther, Wm. Falkenstein, F. O. Martin, 
C. A. Roesch, C. R. Besser, Emil Holtz, A. V. Handorf, Jas. F. Rothgeb, Dave F. Smith, 
Harry L. Heffner, E. Zitzmann, John C. Rendler, Chas. W. Olson, Andrew O. Nelson. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 



Commercial 



Savings 



Combined 



Resotjrces 

Loans and discounts, including rediscounts.. 

Bankers' acceptances, including rediscounts 

Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts. 

Overdrafts 

Customers' liability accoun t acceptances 

Liability of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptsnces 

United States sccuri tics owned 

All other bonds, warrants and securities, includii gpreniium 

thereon, less all offs;ttiig bond adjustment accounts.. 
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 

Other real estate owned 

Due from Federal Reserve Bank. 

Due from other banks 

Actual cash on hand 

Exchanges for clearing house 

Checks and other c.ashitems 

Items with Federal Reserve Bankin process of collection 
Other resources 



Total. 



Liabilities 

Capital paid in 

Surpl us 

All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paie 

Reserve for i nterest , taxes, etc 

Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 

rediscounts 

Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 

than rediscounts. - - 

Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 

Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 

Bank 

Deposits due to banks 

Dividends unpaid 

Individual deposits subject to check 

Savings deposits 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time csrtificatcs of deposit 

Certified checks. 

Cashiers' checks 

State, county and municipal deposits 

United States and postal savings deposits 

Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 

outstanding 

-Acceptancesexecuted by or for account of or under guarantee 

of {his bank, except those held by this bank 

Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 

exchange 

Other liabilities 



$1,284,682 38 



567,939 08 



1,125,485 97 
29,537 84 



20,000 GO 
74,402 79 
28,406 16 



5,463 65 



$3,135,917 87 



$500,000 00 
97,882 94 



Total. 



Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 



1,549,581 56 
""7b'632'37 



918,000 00 



421 00 



$3,135,917 87 
$24,243 11 



250 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



WASHINGTON COMMERCIAL AND SAVINGS BANK. VENICE 

Incorporated March 4, 1927. 



835 



Officers — J. L. Fleming, President; C. E. M. Beall, Walter G. Driver, Vice Presidents; Albert 

W. Jensen, Cashier; H. C. Trigg, Assistant Cashier. 
Directors — J. L. Fleming, C. E. M. Beall, L. C. Busby, Walter G. Driver, E. C. Japs, J. W. 

Kirby, W. A. Kunath, Albert W. Jensen, G. W. McCune. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 


$43,542 82 


$57,570 06 


$101,112 88 














Overdrafts . . 


68 61 




68 61 


Custotners' liability account acceptances _ . .. 






















All other bonds, warrant? and securities, including premium 
thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 


116,962 32 

13,225 65 

2,505 00 

1,556 76 

29,903 73 

6,939 89 

18,115 37 

3 00 


20,197 70 


137,160 02 
13,225 65 






2,505 00 








Due from other banks 


2,939 27 
1,404 72 


32,843 00 




8,344 61 




18,115 37 






3 00 
























Totals 


S232,823 15 
$35,000 00 


$82,111 75 
$15,000 00 


$314,934 90 


LUBILITIBS 

Capital paid in 


$50,000 00 






All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid.- 


3,159 79 


974 29 


4,134 08 


Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 
















Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 


























114,321 52 




114,321 52 




66,137 46 


66,137 46 










4,167 69 




4,167 69 










1,174 15 
75,000 00 




1,174 15 






75,000 00 








Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
























Totals 


$232,823 15 
$1,960 58 


$82,111 75 
$1,155 36 


$314,934 90 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities. 


$3,115 94 



REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS 



251 



FORTUNA STATE BANK. FORTUNA 

Incorporated December 31. 1926. 



837 



Officers — H. W. McWhorter, President; F. A. Leach, Vice President; E. E. Hill, Secretary- 
Treasurer and Cashier; M. Uarda Wise, Assistant Cashier. 

Directors— H. W. McWhorter, F. A. Leach. E. E. Hill, Frank Dunn, Geo. E. Hanson, R. G. 
Wise, A. F. Hanna. R. F. Fisher, C. F. Edson. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 


$56,216 22 


$52,789 45 


$109,005 67 
















18 77 




18 77 
























All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 
thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 


28,820 07 
12,510 00 


77,546 05 


106,366 12 
12,510 00 
















Due from other banks 


17,761 05 
10,945 33 


5,934 27 
3,750 56 


23,695 32 
14,695 89 








128 17 




128 17 
























Totals 

Liabilities 


$126,399 61 

$25,000 00 
2, .500 00 
3,685 22 


$140,020 33 

$25,000 00 
2,700 00 


$266,419 94 
$50,000 00 


Surplus— _ __-- 


5,200 00 
3,685 22 








Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 
















Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 








Deposits due to banks 










16 00 
68,740 39 




16 00 


Individual deposits subject to check . 




68,740 39 




87,320 33 


87,320 33 


Demand certificates of deposit 






















Cashiers' checks.. 


1,103 50 
25,000 00 




1,103 50 




25,000 00 


50,000 00 


United States and postal sa\ings deposits .. . . . 




Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 
outstanding 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 
of this bank, except those held by this bank 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
exchange 










354 50 




354 50 








Totals 


$126,399 61 
$250 00 


$140,020 33 

$200 00 


$266,419 94 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities ... 


$450 00 







252 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



SECURITY BANK OF ALHAMBRA. ALHAMBRA 

Incorporated M?.y 16. 1927. 



839 



Officers— J. F. Sartori, President; Chas. H. Toll, C. M. Church, Edward Elliott, Vice Presi- 
dents; L,. A. Norris. Vice President and Cashier; J. R. Jones. Assistant Cashier and 
Secretary; Edmund W. Pugh, Secretary. 

Directors — John G. Gary, G. M. Church, L. A. Norris, Edmund W. Pugh, W. D. Longyear, 
John T. Cooper, J. F. Sartori, Edward Elliott, W. W. Cottle, J. A. Marchant, Chas. H. 
Toll, J. R. Jones. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 

Loans and discounts, including rediscounts 

Bankers' acceptances, including rediscounts 


$70,830 00 


$413,365 00 


$484,195 00 


Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts 










31 17 




31 17 


Customers' liability account acceptances 














United States securities owned-- 








All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 
thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 


130,127 50 
10,950 00 


149,136 00 


279,263 50 
10,950 00 








Due from Federal Reserve Bank . . _ -- 


1,000 00 

39,460 25 

11,287 56 

2,331 91 

1,051 74 


13,000 00 
14,579 70 


14,000 00 




54,039 95 




11,287 56 






2,331 91 






1,051 74 
























Totals .. - - 


$267,070 13 

$.50,000 00 
12,500 00 
11,197 72 


$590,080 70 

$50,000 00 
12,500 00 


$857,150 83 


LUBILITIES 

Capital paid in .. . 


$100,000 00 




25,000 00 


All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid-. 


11,197 72 








Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 
















Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 
















Dividends unpaid _...- 










182,835 66 




182,835 66 




465,271 17 


465,271 17 












12,309 53 


12,309 53 


Certified checks _. _. . 








10,536 75 




10,536 75 




50,000 00 


50,000 00 








Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 








Acceptances exei-uted by or for account of or under guarantee 








Liabi!ity account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
























Totals. 


$267,070 13 
$2,363 00 


$590,080 70 
$7,720 00 


$857,150 83 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 


$10,083 00 







REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



253 



CALIFORNIA SAVINGS AND COMMERCIAL BANK OF SAN DIEGO. SAN DIEGO 

Incorporated March 12. 1927. 840 

Officers — I. I. Irwin, President; William G. Mirow, Vice President; Otto Jaeger, Cashier; 

Howard E. Hopkins. Oscar Irwin. Assistant Cashiers. 
Directors — I. T. Davidson, I. I. Irwin, Oscar Irwin, William G. Mirow, Edmund Mayer, 

Georsre Neale, Dr. Rawson J. Pickard. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 



Commercial 



Savings 



Combined 



Resoubces 

Loans and discounts , inciudinf rediscounts 

Bankers' acceptances, including rediscounts 

Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts 

Overdrafts 

Customers' liability account acceptances 

Liability of forei.^n banks and bankers' account of acceptances 

United States securities owned 

AU other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 

Other real estate owned 

Due from Federal R serve Bank 

Due from other banks 

Actual cash on hand 

Exchanges for clearing house 

Checks and other cash items 

Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection 

Other resources 



$729,346 05 
462'92" 



$379,674 05 



$1,109,020 10 



50,075 00 
260,225 60 



29,595 00 
156,390 48 



1,608 18 



79,670 00 
416,616 08 



86,768 07 

43,766 52 

34 291 74 

' 48 32 



31,770 53 
13,500 00 



118,538 60 

57,266 52 

34 291 74 

' 48 32 



Totals. 



Liabilities 

Capital paid in 

Surplus 

All undivided profits, IcbS expenses, interest and taxes paid. - 

Reserve for interest taxes, etc.— 

Bills paj'able with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 

redii=counts 

Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 

than rediscounts 

Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 

Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 

Bank 

Deposits due to banks 

Dividends unpaid 

Individual deposits subject to check 

Savings deposits 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit 

Certified checks 

Cashiers' checks 

State, county and municipal deposits 

United States and postal savings deposits 

Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 

outstanding. 

Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 

of this bank, except those held by this bank.. 

Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 

exchange 

Other liabilities 



$1,204,924 22 



$350,000 00 

40,000 00 

1,837 14 



$612,538 24 



$150,000 00 
10,000 00 



$1,817,462 46 



$500,000 00 

50,000 00 

1,837 14 



131,500 00 



131,500 00 



546,808 54 



452,538 24 



546,808 54 
452,538 24 



112,230 46 

"islssi'eo 



112,230 46 
'"l8",33r66 



3,060 00 



3,060 00 



Totals. 



Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 



1,156 48 
$1,204,924 22 



$3,640 00 



1,156 48 



.$612,538 24 
$1,890 00 



1,817,462 46 
$5,530 00 



254 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



BROADWAY COMMERCIAI. AND SAVINGS BANK. BURLINGAME \:Z 

Incorporated August 25, 1927. 846 

Officers — Charles N. Kirkbride, President; John W. Rutherdale, Vice President; Robert L. 

McWilliams, Secretary; John Tunnicliffe, Treasurer; A. H. Sagehorn, Cashier and 

Assistant Secretary; James A. Packwood, Assistant Cashier. 
Directors — H. W. Boekenoogen, Stanley Kelly, Charles N. Kirkbride, Robert L. McWilliams, 

Edward L. McRoskey, John W. Rutherdale, John Tunnicliffe. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 


$117,193 98 


$67,386 04 


$184,580 02 


Bankers' acceptances including rediscounts.. 












161 24 




161 24 








Liability of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptances 












800 00 

160,514 82 
23,750 00 


800 00 


All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 


1,780 00 
42,197 79 


162,294 82 
65,947 79 












7,580 51 

7,923 76 

429 07 

2,104 17 


11,622 39 
2,500 00 


19,202 90 




10,423 76 




429 07 






2,104 17 
























Totals - 


$179,370 52 

$50,000 00 
7,500 00 
3,267 50 


$266,573 25 

$50,000 00 
7,500 00 
1,470 21 


$445,943 77 


LUBILITIES 


$100,000 00 




15,000 00 


All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid.. 


4,737 71 


Bills pa>able with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obli»aticns representing money borrowed, other 


30,000 00 




30,000 00 








Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank. . 


























85,904 71 




85,904 71 




87,574 59 


87,574 59 












. 5,000 00 


5,000 00 




179 43 
2,463 88 


179 43 






2,463 88 




113,470 89 


113,470 89 








Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 








Other liabilities... ..... .... 


55 00 


1,557 56 


1,612 56 






Totals. 


$179,370 52 
$343 55 


$266,573 25 

$120 28 


$445,943 77 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 


$463 83 







REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



255 



BANK OF OXNARD. OXNARD 

Incorporated December 29. 1927. 



848 



Officers — Walter H. Lathrop, President; 11. H. Eastwood, Vice President; J. A. Lagomarsino, 

Secretary; G. W. Sturgis, Cashier. 
Directors — Walter H. Lathrop, C. H. Whipple, H. H. Eastwood, J. W. Reinmann, J. P. 

McLaughlin, C. L. Hirt, H. M. Borchard, P. W. Dennis, J. A. Lagomarsino, A. Camarillo. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 


$129,918 40 


$56,175 00 


$186,093 40 
















80 09 




80 09 






















All other bonds, warrants and securitie.'!, including premium 

thereon, less ail offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 


79,722 85 
9,387 71 


39,539 00 


119,261 85 
9,387 71 
















18,036 42 

7,355 72 

890 81 

1,084 49 


8,772 81 
1,555 00 


26,809 23 




8,910 72 




890 81 






1,084 49 










2,323 00 




2,323 00 








Totals 

Liabilities 


$248,799 49 

$75,000 00 
12,500 00 
4,556 45 


$106,041 81 

$25,000 00 
12,500 00 
12,500 00 


$354,841 m 
$100,000 00 




25,000 01) 


A\\ undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid. . 


17,056 45 


Bills payable with Federal Reserve Batk, other than 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
irg all obligations representing money borrowed, other 
than rediscounts ..- . -. 
















Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reser\'e 
Bank 
















Dividends unpaid 










101,871 86 




101,871 86 


Savings deposits.. . . . .. 


56,041 81 


56,041 81 








Time certificates of deposit 








Certified checks 








Cashiers' checks. ... 


871 18 
54,000 00 




871 18 


State, county and municipal deposits 




54,000 00 








Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 








Other liabilities ._ 
















Totals 


$248,799 49 
$1,380 76 


$106,041 81 


$354,841 30 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 


$1,380 76 









256 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



THE COLUSA COUNTY BANK. COLUSA 

Incorporated December 28, 1927. 



849 



Officers — T. Harrington, President; Fred W. Schutz, Vice President; T. Crane, Secretary. 
Directors — T. Harrington, Fred W. Schiitz, T. Crane, J. L. Browning, Alfred S. Tubbs, I. S. 
Losey, C. F. Dillman. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 



Commercial 



Savings 



Combined 



Resources 

Loans and discounts , including rediscounts 

Bankers' acceptances, including rediscounts..- ._ 

Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts 

Overdrafts 

Customers' liability account acceptances 

Liability of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptances 

United States securities owned 

All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtureb and safe deposit vaults 

Other real estate owned 

Due from Federal R'^serve Bank 

Due from other banks 

Actual cash on hand 

Exchanges for clearing house 

Checks and other cash items 

Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection 

Other resources 



$1,919,635 84 



$207,000 00 



8,588 26 



108,819 10 
189,783 21 



771 33 

50,000 00 

277,596 69 

70,889 42 



75,250 00 



71,761 90 
71,752 00 



16,974 43 
45,000 00 



3,286 57 
Y6"672"87' 



Totals. 



Liabilities 

Capital paid in 

Surplus - — 

All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid.. 

Reserve for interest, taxes, etc 

Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 

rediscounts 

Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 

than rediscounts 

Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 

Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 

Bank 

Deposits due to banks 

Dividends unpaid . 

Individual deposits subject to check 

Savings deposits . 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit 

Certified checks 

Cashiers' checks. 1 

State, county and municipal deposits 

United States and postal savings deposits __ 

Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 

outstanding 

Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 

of this ban k , except those held by this bank 

Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 

exchange 

Other liabilities 



$2,646,043 29 



$325,000 00 
50,000 00 
71,685 89 



$487,738 33 



$75,000 00 



$2,126,635 84 



8,588 26 



184,069 10 

261,545 11 

71,752 00 

771 33 

66,974 43 

322,596 69 

70,889 42 



3,286 57 
"l¥,672"87 



$3,133,781 62 



$400,000 00 
50,000 00 
71,685 89 



902,098 50 



35,812 58 
1,021,561 61 



1,219 91 
238,640 80 



40,000 00 



902,098 50 

372,738 33 

35,812 58 

1,021,561 61 



1,219 91 
278,640 80 



24 00 



Totals. 



Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 



$2,646,043 29 



$55,000 00 



$487,738 33 
$4,000 00 



$3,133,781 62 
$59,000 00 



Note. — The above statement includes the business of branch offices at Grimes, Maxwell and 
Princeton. 



REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



257 



THE MAYWOOD BANK. MAYWOOD 

Incorporated December 27, 1927. 



850 



Officers — F. M. White. President; Chas. Kramer, Vice President; G. B. Kellogg, Vice Presi- 
dent and Cashier; Roy O. Franklin, Assistant Cashier. 

Directors — F. M. White, Chas. Kramer, G. B. Kellogg, M. H. Paige, Joe Somo, Chas. T. Sims, 
Warren B. Mather, H. Stanley Benedict. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Sa\ings 


Combined 


Resources 


$130,606 62 


$50,958 24 


$181,564 86 
















17 66 





17 66 








Liability of forei?n banks and bankers' account of acceptances 














All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 


67,536 70 


74,443 40 
10,469 75 


141,980 10 
10,469 75 








5,025 00 

55,838 69 

15,021 51 

588 49 


2,000 00 
4,535 84 


7,025 00 




60,374 53 




15,021 51 






588 49 


















736 00 




736 00 








Totals 


$275,370 67 
$25,000 00 


$142,407 23 
$25,000 00 


$417,777 90 


Liabilities 
Capital paid in 


$50,000 00 


.A,li undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid.. 


3,405 58 




3,405 58 








Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 
















Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 


























185,154 14 




185,154 14 




67,407 23 


67,407 23 










10,000 00 




10,000 00 










5,619 50 
45,.524 03 




5,619 50 


State, county and municipal deposits 


50,000 00 


95,524 03 






Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 










667 42 




667 42 








Totals 


$275,370 67 
$2,625 00 


$142,407 23 
.$2,465 00 


$417,777 90 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 


$5,090 00 







17—09903 



258 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



SANTA MONICA SAVINGS BANK. SANTA MONICA 

Incorporated February 3, 1928. 



851 



Officers — Ferdinand R. Bain, President; A. E. Austin, Max Markowitz, E. Vejar, Vice 
Presidents; W. A. Tickle, Cashier; lone Beckstead, Assistant Cashier. 

Directors — ^Aubrey E. Austin. Ferdinand R. Bain. Dr. W. R. Mahood, Max Markowitz, 
W. A. Tickle. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 



Resouhcbs 

Loans and discounts, including rediscounts 

Bankers' acceptances, including rediscounts 

Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts. 

Overdrafts .-- 

Customers' liability account acceptances 

Liability of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptances 

United States securities owned 

All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts. 
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 

Other real estate owned 

Due from Federal Reserve Bank 

Due from other banks 

Actual cash on hand 

Exchanges for clearing house 

Checks and other cash items .... 

Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection. 
Other resources 



Total. 



. LUBILITIES 

Capital paid in 

Surplus, c ontingent fund 

All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid 

Reserve for interest, taxes, etc 

Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 

rediscounts 

Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 

than rediscounts 

Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 

Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 

Bank 

Deposits due to banks 

Dividends unpaid 

Individual deposits subject to check 

Savings deposits 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit 

Certified checks 

Cashiers' checks 

State, county and municipal deposits 

United States and postal savings deposits 

Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 

outstanding 

Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 

of this bank, except those held by this bank 

Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 

exchange 

Other liabilities 



Commercial 



Savings 



$158,899 27 



52,660 22 



158,592 16 
12,948 80 



30,532 58 
6,707 06 



$420,340 09 



$100,000 00 

7,747 77 



Combined 



Total. 



Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 



212,592 32 



100,000 00 



$420,340 09 



$2,500 00 



REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



259 



THE MILL VALLEY BANK. MILL VALLEY 

Incorporated September 14, 1927. 



853 



Officers — Thomas J. Sewell, President; Walter H. Robinson, Secretary; Walter J. Swenson, 

C»!=h;er. 
Directors — John Burt. Oscar C. Cappelmann, Delmar S. Clinton, Adolph Eberhart, Douglas 

A. Nye, Walter H. Robinson, Thomas J. Sewell, Ralston L. White. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 


$63,800 20 


$94,100 04 


$157,900 24 






Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts 










180 72 




180 72 








Liability of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptances 
















All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 
thereon, less all offbetting bond adjustment accounts 


63,692 53 
8,400 28 


188,531 04 


252,223 57 
8,400 28 


















9,528 68 
7,298 01 
1,089 02 


5,413 03 
4,100 00 


14,941 71 




11,398 01 




1,089 02 








Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection 










6,414 16 


112 99 


6,527 15 






Totals 


$160,403 60 
$25,000 00 


$292,257 10 

$25,000 00 
6,250 00 
3,125 00 


$4.52,660 70 


Liabilities 
Capital paid in .. 


$50,000 00 


Surplus - -- 


6,250 00 


All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid. _ 
Reserve for interest, taxes, etc. 


4,166 30 


7,291 30 


Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 
than rediscounts - ._ 
















Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 








Deposits due to banks . 








Dividends unpaid 










95,020 21 




95,020 21 


Savings deposits 


160,444 60 


160,444 60 








Time certificates of deposit . .. -- 
















Cashiers' checks... . ... 








State, county and municipal deposits 


36,124 02 


95,000 00 


131,124 02 






Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash ai d now 
outstanding.. 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 
of this bank, except those held by this bank 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
exchange 










93 07 


2,437 50 


2,530 57 






Totals 


$160,403 60 
$466 43 


$292,257 10 
$928 79 


$452,660 70 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 


$1,394 22 







260 



REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



THE AZORES DAIRY BANK. 

Incorporated May 4, 1928. 



HYNES 



854 



Officers — C. S. Hill, President ; P. Th. Dykzeul, Frank Bettencourt, Vice Presidents ; E. L. 

Henkelman, Secretary. 
Directors — P. Th. Dykzeul, Bert Van Ruiten, J. W. Gaines, A. J. Green, Sr., Frank 

Bettencourt, C. S. Hill. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 


$94,070 35 


$14,812 67 


$108,883 02 
















229 


05 




229 05 


















3,064 

.58.591 

8,847 


69 

29 
43 




3,064 69 


All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 
thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 


11,562 07 


70,153 36 
8,847 43 

















Due from other banks _ _ 


6,332 

5,369 

902 

1,736 


10 
54 
74 
11 


10,564 68 
440 80 


16,336 78 




5,810 34 




902 74 


Checks and other cash items 




1,736 11 
























Totals 


$179,143 
$45,000 


30 
00 


$36,820 22 
$5,000 00 


$215,963 52 


LiABiLirrES 
Capital paid in. 


$50,000 00 


Surplus 




All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid.. 


2,406 


22 


446 22 


2,852 44 


Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obliga'-ions representing money borrowed, other 
















liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 


























69,978 


34 




69,978 34 


Savings deposits . . 


21,374 00 


21,374 00 




2,500 
2,500 


00 
00 


2,500 00 






2,500 00 










6,758 
50,000 


74 
00 




6,758 74 




10,000 00 


60,000 00 






Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 
























Totals 


$179,143 30 
$900 00 


$36,820 22 
$300 00 


$215,963 52 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 


$1,200 00 







REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS 



261 



FIRESTONE PARK STATE BANK. SOUTH GATE 

Incorporated May 23, 1928. 



855 



Officers — Samuel M. Diidlext, President : John J. Craig, Vice President and Counsel, Fred 
J. Theriot, Vice President; J. V. Hogan, Cashier; L. F. Sandschulte, Mildred Desilet, 
Assistant Cashiers. 

Directors — Sainuel M. Dudlext, John J. Craig, Fred J. Theriot, J. V. Hogan, Geo. W. C. 
Baker, Charles Ellison, T. W. Hensley. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resoukcbs 
Loans and discounts, including rediscounts 


$95,308 56 


$71,335 45 


$166,644 01 


Bankers' acceptances, including rediscounts. 














100 43 




100 43 








Liability of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptances 












1,163 73 

61,905 20 
4,159 03 


1,163 73 


All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 
Other real estate owned _ 


41,280 00 
4,300 99 


103,185 20 
8,460 02 




4,000 00 
14,276 26 
9,962 43 


2,500 00 

21,720 86 

290 69 


6,500 00 




35,997 12 




10,253 12 


Exchanges for clearing house . . 




(Checks and nthpr cnsh jtpins 








Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection... 








Other resources 
















Totals 


S169,228 67 

$25,000 00 
2,500 00 
3,302 75 


$163,074 96 

$25,000 00 
2,500 00 
2,238 29 


$332,303 63 


Liabilities 


$50,000 00 


Surplus 

All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid. . 


5,000 00 
5,541 04 


Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 
















Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 










, 
















129,898 97 


75, 836 67' 


129,898 97 




7o,836 67 












7,500 00 


7,500 00 










2,061 01 
5,781 27 




2,061 01 




50,000 00 


55,781 27 






Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 








LiabiUty account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 










684 67 




684 67 








Totals 


S169,228 67 
$3,300 00 


$163,074 96 
$2,000 00 


$332,303 63 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 


$5,300 00 







262 



REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



MONTEREY BANK. MONTEREY 

Incorporated March 26, 1928. 856 

Officers — A. M. Allen. President; George Harper, Vice President; E). E. James. Cashier, 

G. H. Burnette, Assistant Cashier. 
Directors — A. M. Allan, George Harper, J. G. Burnette, E. E. Marbee, E. E. James, H. A. 

Hansen, Gouverneur Morris. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 



Commercial 



Savings 



Combined 



Resources 

Loans and discounts, including rediscounts 

Bankers' acceptances, including rediscounts 

Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts 

Overdrafts 

Customers' liability account acceptances 

Liability of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptances 

United States secui ities owned .-.----. .- .- - - 

All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 

Other real estate owned -. 

Due from Federal Reserve Bank 

Due from other banks 

Actual cash on hand 

Exchanges for clearing house.- 

Checks and other cash items -- 

Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection... 
Other resources -. 



$149,585 38 



$76,090 45 



91,580 00 
41,396 90 



5,084 37 
36,959 30 



74,187 92 

17,908 21 

2,069 67 



2,500 00 
34,072 84 



Totals. 



Liabilities 

Capital paid in 

Surplus 

All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid 

and contingent fund 

Reserve for interest, taxes, etc.. 

Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 

rediscounts .._. 

Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 

than rediscounts 

Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 

Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 

Bank 

Deposits due to banks 

Di\adends unpaid . 

Individual deposits subject to check 

Savings deposits 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit 

Certified checks 

Cashiers ' checks 

State, county and municipal deposits 

United States and postal savings deposits 

Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 

outstanding.. 

Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 

of this bank, except those held by this bank 

Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 

exchange 

Other liabilities 



$376,881 65 



$50,000 00 
7,000 00 



4,554 23 



$1.54,706 96 



$50,000 00 
7,000 00 



$225,675 83 
i53"57 



5,084 37 



128,539 30 
41,396 90 



2,500 00 

108,260 76 

17,908 21 

2,069 67 



$531,588 81 



$100,000 00 
14,000 00 



4,554 23 



255,694 19 



87,706 96 



10,000 00 



10,232 31 
49,238 92 



162 00 



Totals. 



Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 



$376,881 65 



$750 00 



$154,706 96 
$250 00 



255,694 19 
87,706 96 



10,000 00 



10,232 31 
49,238 92 



162 00 



$531,588 91 
$1,000 00 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



263 



MODESTO TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK. MODESTO 

Incorporated June 22, 1928. 



857 



Officers — W. W. Giddings, President ; Geo. A. Cressey, W. W. Cox, Vice Presidents ; N. H. 

Ford, Cashier; E. H. Tienken, C. W. Sikes, C. R. Peterson, Assistant Cashiers. 
Directors — W. W. Giddings, W. W. Cox, Geo. A. Cressey, L. J. Maddux, C. M. Maze, E. L. 

Sherman, Geo. A. Threlfall, C. R. Tillson, J. R. Broughton. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Court 
■ Trusts 


Private 
Trusts 


Combined 


Resources 
Loans and discounts, including 


$1,063,252 01 


$2,195,057 53 






$3,258,309 54 


Bankers' acceptances, including 








Notes, drafts or bills of exchange. 














746 14 








746 14 


Customers' liability account 










Liability of foreign banks and 
bankers on account of accept- 
















83,475 00 
301,479 17 






83 475 00 


All other bonds, warrants and 
securities, including premium 
thereon, less all offsetting 
bond adjustment accounts. _. 

Bank premises, furniture and fix- 
tures and safe deposit vaults- 


242,166 07 
184,797 79 


$50,000 00 


$50,000 00 


643,645 24 
184,797 79 


52,887 74 






52 887 74 














270,001 46 

91,020 80 

27,112 77 

4,435 96 


124,473 24 
75,181 60 






394,474 70 








166,202 40 


Exchanges for clearing house.. _ 






27,112 77 








4,435 96 


Items with Federal Reserve 
























21,529 29 






420 99 


21,950 28 










Totals . . 


$1,905,062 29 

$250,000 00 
85,000 00 


$2,832,554 28 

$250,000 00 
50,000 00 


$50,000 00 
$50,000 00 


$50,420 99 
$50,000 00 


$4,838,037 56 


LUBILITIES 

Capital paid in 


$600,000 00 
135,000 00 


Amount segregated for protec- 
tion of court and private 
trusts, national banks only... 








All undivided profits, less ex- 


169,867 26 






420 99 


170,288 25 










Bills payable with Federal 
Reserve Bank other than 












Bills payable other than with 
Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing 
money borrowed, other than 


50,000 00 








50,000 00 


Liabilities for rediscounts with 
Federal Reserve Bank . . . 










Liabilities for rediscounts other 
than with Federal Reserve 
Bank.- 












Deposits due to banks 


41,818 21 
24,000 00 

1,087,288 05 








41,818 21 








24,000 00 


Individual deposits subject to 








1,087,288 05 




2,428",356 51 






2,428,356 51 




374 86 

8,347 00 

2,886 19 

30,927 97 

153,302 27 






374 86 




39,459 77 






47,806 77 


Certified checks 






2,886 19 










30,927 97 


State, county and municipal 


60,000 00 






213,302 27 


United States and postal savings 
depoBitS- 









264 REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 

MODESTO TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK. MODESTO— Continued 





Commercial 


Savings 


Court 
Trusts 


Private 
Trusts 


Combined 


Liabilities — Continued 
Letters of credit and travelers* 
checks sold for cash and now 












Acceptances executed by or for 
account of or under guarantee 
of this bank, except those 












Liability account acceptances 
executed to famish dollar 












Deposits of money received 
from executors, administra- 
tors, guardians, assignees, 












Fund for advances to court trusts 














»1,250 48 


$4,738 00 






$5,988 48 










Totals -- --. 


$1,905,062 29 


$2,832,554 28 


$50,000 00 


$50,420 99 


$4,838,037 56 


Interest earned but not col- 
lected, not included in re- 

















Trust Resources 


Court Trusts 


Trust Liabilities 


Court Trusts 


Personal assets received from executors, 
administrators, guardians, assignees, 




Personal assets received from executors, 
administrators, guardians, assignees, 




Trust investments, personal prcperty..- 
Trust investmerts, real property 


$275 00 
14,600 00 


Trusts held in capacity of executor, 
administrator, guardian, assignee, 
receiver or trustee 

Private trusts, specially designated and 
construed as court trusts, under 


$18,094 40 


Cash on hand 


3,219 40 






Total 




Total 


$18,094 40 


$18,094 40 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



265 



AMADOR COUNTY DEVELOPMENT BANK. JACKSON 

Incorporated June 25, 1928. 



858 



Officers — F. N. Soracco, President; L. A. Spinetti, Chairman; C. E. Richards, Vice President; 

W. P. Jones, Secretary; F. J. Pottle, Cashier and Assistant Secretary. 
Directors — W. P. Jones, B. C. Kern, C. E. Richards, Wm. G. Snyder, F. N. Soracco, L,. A. 

Spinetti. S. E. Woodworth 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 



Commercial 



Savings 



Combined 



Resoobces 

Loans and discounts , including rediscounts 

Bankers' acceptances, including rediscounts 

Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts- 
Overdrafts 

Customers' liability account acceptances 

Liability of foreign banks and binkers' account of acceptances 

United States securities owned 

All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts- 
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 

Other real estate owned 

Due from Federal Reserve Bank 

Due from other banks 

.Actual cash on hand ' 

Exchanges for clearing house 

Checks and other cash items 

Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection 
Other resources 



$35,571 64 
i'96' 



819,388 32 



S54,959 96 
i"96 



57,900 00 
4,476 48 



239,189 37 
4,476 48 



27,788 99 

7,579 47 

73 96 



13,479 69 
2,600 GO 



41,268 68 

10,179 47 

73 96 



95 07 



59 93 



155 00 



Totals. 



Liabilities 

Capital paid in.. 

Surplus 

Ail undivided profits, less expenses, interest and ta.xes paid 

Reserve for interest, taxes, etc 

Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 

rediscounts - 

Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ 

ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 

than rediscounts 

Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 

Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 

Bank 

Deposits due to banks 

Dividends unpaid 

Individual deposits subject to check 

Savings deposits 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit 

Certified checks 

Cashiers' checks.. - — 

State, county and municipal deposits 

United States and postal savings deposits 

Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 

outstanding 

Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 

of this bank, except those held by this bank 

Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 

exchange 

Other liabilities. 



$133,487 57 



$40,000 00 
17,500 00 
2,787 84 



$216,817 31 



$60,000 00 
17,500 00 
11,640 40 



$350,304 88 



$100,000 00 
35,000 00 
14 428 24 



73,186 33 



107,676 91 



73,186 33 
107,676 91 



20,000 00 



20,000 00 



13 40 



13 40 



Totals. 



Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities 



$133,487 57 



$595 83 



$216,817 31 
$1,405 44 



$350,304 88 
$2,001 27 



266 



REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



BANK OF AMERICA OF CALIFORNIA. LOS ANGELES 

Incorporated November 28, 1928. 



859 



Officers — E. J. Nolan, President; H. H. Ashley, F. N. Belgrano, C. R. Bell, Roger Bocqueraz, 
T. J. Brandt, Artliur S. Crites, J. M. Dupas, Marco H. Hellman, Irvnig H. Hellman, 
W. F. Morrish, John M. Perry, Hilliard E. Welch, Howard Whipple, Robt. R. Yates, 
Vice Presidents; J. IJ. Clarke, Secretary and Treasurer; R. M. Philleo, Cashier. 

Directors — l^eon Bocqueraz, Chairman ; Morgan Adams, H. H. Ashley, C. H. Baker, Thomas 
W. Banks, F. N. Belgrano. Jr., C. R. Bell, Arthur S. Bent, N. B. Blackstone, Roger 
Bocqueraz, T. J. Brant, B. C. Brown, Louis M. Cole, R. H. Collins, H. H. Cotton, 
Arthur S. Crites, O. K. Gushing, A. de Bretteville, D. M. Dorman, W. F. Duffy, J. M. 
Dupas, E. E. Duque, F. J. Edoff, D. K. Edwards, Herbert W. Erskine, C. W. Fay, 
W. D. Fennimore, F. W. Flint, Jr., H. W. Frank, H. C. Fryman, James A. Gibson, Jr., 
J. A. Grennan, Alfred Harrell, Marco H. Hellman, Irving H. Hellman, James W. 
Hellman. Will E. Keller, John E- Marble, Henry S. McKee, Clay Miller, A. F. Morlan, 
W. F. Morrish, E. J. Nolan, Geo. L. Payne, John M. Perry, Paul A. Pflueger, R. M. 
Philleo, R. I. Rogers, E. W. Sargent, James Schultz, Howard Spreckels, Joseph Toplitzky, 
Nion R. Tucker, H. A. Van Norman, O. A. Vickrey, Hilliard E. Welch, Howard Whipple, 
Robt. R. Yates. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Court 

Trusts 


Private 

Trusts 


Combined 


RssonucES 
Loans and discounts, iniriuding 


$105,095,922 96 


$142,026,623 19 




$38,450 00 


$247,160,996 15 


Bankers' acceptances, including 






Notes, drafts or bills of exchange. 














130,920 57 
675,791 98 








130,920 57 


Customers' liability account 








675,791 98 


Liability of foreign banks and 
bankers oc account of accept- 














14,544,572 21 

40,818,269 68 
11,005,874 72 


$104,906 25 
435,592 50 




14,649,478 46 


All other bonds, warrants and 
securities, including premium 
thereon, less all offsetting 
bond adjustment accounts. -. 

Bank preuitses.furniturcand fix- 
tures and safe deposit vaults. 


933,537 41 
1,043,096 07 


$106,490 41 


42,293,890 00 
12,048,970 79 










3,049,472 62 
8,013,129 14 
5,706,681 31 
3,378,330 12 
5,592,539 07 

566,202 88 








3,049,472 62 




10,507,585 38 
400.000 00 


6,268 85 


3,834 67 
965 72 


18,530,818 04 




6,107,647 03 


Exchanges for clearing house . . _ 




3,378,330 12 


2,040,778 14 






7,633,317 21 


Items with Federal Reserve 
Bank in process of collection. 






566,202 88 




2,731 15 


23,158 79 
10,335 20 


25,889 94 




1,423,340 15 


859 46 


1,434,534 81 








Totals 


$135,608,964 28 

$12,000,000 00 
5,000,000 00 


$221,344,562 78 

$7,400,000 00 
2,000,000 00 


$549,498 75 
$500,000 00 


$183,234 79 
$100,000 00 


$357,686,260 60 


Liabilities 


$20,000,000 00 




7,000,000 00 


Amount segregated for protec- 
tion of court and private 








All undivided profits, less ex- 
penses, interest and taxes ps-id 
Reserve for interest, taxes, etc., 
Bills payable with Federal 
Reserve Bank other than 


3,064,920 27 
2,174 92 




40,498 75 


6,490 41 
39,031 00 


3,111,909 43 


16,869 53 


58,075 45 






Bills payable other than with 
Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations represent ing 
money borrowed, other than 












Liabilities for rediscounts with 












Liabilities for rediscounts other 
than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 














8.555,603 18 
726,922 95 


61,656 63 






8.617.258 81 


Dividends unpaid 






726.922 95 



REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS 267 

BANK OF AMERICA OF CALIFORNIA. LOS ANGELES— Continued 





Commercial 


Savings 


Court 
Trusts 


Private 

Trusts 


Combined 


LiAniuTiES— Continued 
IndividuLl deposits subject to 


$97,726,177 76 








$97,726,177 76 




$173,113,216 69 






173,113,216 69 




1,015,868 40 
363,471 19 
218,775 01 

4,451,366 13 

1,001,288 32 






1,015,868 40 


Time certificates of deposit 


5,561,779 11 






5,925,250 30 






218,775 01 










4,451,366 13 


State, county and municipal 

deposits 

United States and postal savings 


29,020,922 06 
4,169,647 93 






30,022,210 38 






4,169,647 93 


Letters of credit and travelers' 
checks sold for cash and now 


78,233 50 
675,791 98 






78,233 50 


Acceptances executed by or for 
account of or under guarantee 
of this bank, except those 








675,791 98 


Liability account acceptances 
executed to furnish dollar 










Deposits of money received 
from executors, administra- 
tors, guardians, assignees, 


















$9,000 00 


$34,000 00 
3,713 38 


43,000 00 




728,370 67 


471 83 


732,555 88 








Totals 

Interest earned but not col- 
lected, not included in re- 


$135,608,964 28 
$2,800,485 39 


$221,344,562 78 


$549,498 75 


$183,234 79 


$357,686,260 60 
$2,800,485 39 













Trust Resources 


Court Trusts 


Trust Liebilities 


Court Trusts 


Personal assets received from executors, 
administrators, guardians, assignees. 


$1,760,148 97 

2,624,331 27 

1,282.885 78 

350,444 77 


Personal assets received from executors, 
administrators, gu?rdiar>s, assignees, 
receivers or trustees . _ 

Trusts held in capacity of executor, 
administrator, guardian, assignee, 
receiver or trustee 

Private trusts, specially designated and 
construed as court trusts, under 


$1,760,148 97 


Trust investments, personal property. . . 

Trusts investments, real property 

Due from banks.- 


4,257,661 82 














Total 




Total 


$6,017,810 79 


$6,017,810 79 









Note. — The above statement includes the business of branch offices at Alameda, Alturas, 
Antioch, Areata, Arroyo Grande, Auburn, Bakersfield, Bell, Berkeley, Bieber, Big Pine, 
Bishop, Brentwood, Chino, Chowchilla, Cloverdale, Colfax, Colton, Dinuba, Dixon, Duns- 
muir. Elk Grove, Encinitas, Exeter, Fall River Mills, Fellows, Fowler, Fresno, Geyserville, 
Glendale, Grass Valley, Hilmar, Hollister, Hollywood, Huntington Park, Independence, 
La Habra, Lincoln, Livingston, Lodi, Lone Pine, Long Beach, Los Angeles, Maricopa, 
Modesto, Napa, Nevada City, Newcastle, Oakdale, Oakland, Orland, Pacific Grove, Peta- 
luma, Pismo Beach, Placerville, Point Reyes, Ramona, Red BlufT, Redlands, Richmond, 
Ripon, Riverside, Sacramento, St. Helena, San Bernardino, San Carlos, San Clemente, San 
Diego, San Francisco, San Jose, San Luis Obispo, San Pedro, Santa Rosa, Solana Beach, 
South Pasadena, Stockton, Suisun, Susanville, Taft, Tomales, Truckee, Turlock, Upland, 
Vallejo, Valley Ford, Visalia, Walnut Park, Whittier, Williams. 



268 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



SOLANO COUNTY BANK. FAIRFIELD 

Incorporated November 3, 1928. 



860 



Officers — F. C. Mclnnis, President; Claus Mangels, Vice President; E. L,- Dearborn, Secretary; 

J. C. McGinnis, Cashier 
Directors — F. C. Mclnnis, Claus Mangels, T. H. Loney, E. L. Dearborn, John E. Freitas, 

D. E. Pyle, J. K. Lambie. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 



Commercial 



Savings 



Combined 



Resources 

Loans and discounts, including rediscounts 

Bankers' acceptances, including rediscounts 

Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts - 

Overdrafts 

Customers' liability account acceptances 

Liability of foreign banks and bankers' account of acceptances 

United States securities owned '.. 

All other bonds, warrants and securities, including prenaium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts.. 
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 

Other real estate owned 

Due from Federal Reserve Bank 

Due from other banks— 

Actual cash on hand .-. , 

Exchanges for clearing house 

Chei-ks and other cash items 

Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection 
Other resources -. - --- 



$91,981 20 



$57,843 79 
11,239 00 
2,500 00 



22,851 57 



4,937 50 
40,175 18 



57,769 95 



20,618 .34 

8,476 97 

910 11 

26 10 



10,533 78 
2,306 70 



7,250 00 



Totals. 



Liabilities 

Capital paid in. 

Surplus.. 

All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid.. 

Reserve for interest, taxes, etc 

Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 

rediscounts 

Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ 

ing all obligations representing money bonowed, other 

than rediscounts.. 

Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 

Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 

Bank 

Deposits due to banks 

Dividends unpaid . 

Individual deposits subject to check 

Savings deposits... 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit 

Certified checks 

Cashiers' checks 

State, county and municipal deposits 

United States and postal savings deposits 

Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 

outstanding.- 

Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 

of this bank , except those held by this bank . 

Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 

exchange 

Other liabilities 



$197,226 97 



$50,000 00 
6,250 00 
4,307 16 



$142,193 22 



$25,000 00 
5,000 00 



$149,824 99 

11,239 00 

2,500 00 



22,851 57 



62,707 45 
40,175 18 



31,152 12 

10,783 67 

910 11 

26 10 



7,250 00 



$339,420 19 



$75,000 00 
11,250 00 
4,307 16 



92,193 22 



30,500 00 



83 65 
20,000 00 



20,000 00 



Totals. 



$197,226 97 



$142,193 22 



Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities.. 



86,086 16 
92,193 22 



30,500 00 



83 65 
40,000 00 



$339,420 19 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



269 



FIRST STATE BANK OF ROSEMEAD. ROSEMEAD 

Incorporated December 7, 1928. 



861 



Officers — John R. Scherer, President ; L. A. Leavitt, Vice President ; S. R. Krom, Cashier ; 

Fred W. Kelsey, Secretary ; F. A. Wyman, Treasurer. 
Directors — John R. Scherer, L. A. Leavitt, S. R. Krom, F. A. Wyman, J. J. Geib. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 


$35,220 00 


$27,000 00 


$62,220 00 
















17 05 




17 05 
























All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 


79,234 49 
5,727 73 


15,903 67 
556 20 


95,138 16 
6,283 93 










Due from other banks __ 


17,359 23 
9,815 40 


10,472 75 
1,500 00 


27,831 98 




11,315 40 
























1,153 03 




1,153 03 








Totals 


$148,526 93 

$35,000 00 
5,000 00 
1,853 38 


$55,432 62 
$15,000 00 


$203,959 55 


LlABIUTIES 

Capital paid in 


$50,000 00 


Surplus . . 


5,000 00 


All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid.. 


751 54 


2,604 92 


Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 
rediscounts 








Bills payable other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 
















Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank . 
















Dividends unpaid . 










75,247 51 




75,247 51 


Savings deposits 


38,681 08 


38,681 08 


Demand certificates of deposit . 










1,000 00 


1 000 00 


Certified checks . . . 








1,426 04 
30,000 00 




1 426 04 


State, county and municipal deposits. . . . 




30,000 00 








Letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash and now 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 
of this bank, except those held by this bank . 








Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 








Other liabilities 
















Totals 


$148,526 93 
$336 90 


$55,432 62 
$240 99 


$203,9,59 55 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 


$577 89 







270 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS 



THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE. SAN FRANCISCO 

Incorporated March 19, 1929. 



862 



Officers — G. W. B. Heathcote, Chairman of the Board; A. C. Steven, President; W. J. Coul- 
thard, Vice President ; C. R. Ki-anz, Cashier ; H. A. Ford, Assistant Cashier ; R. D. 
Lovell, Secretary. 

Directors— Sir John Aird, G. W. B. Heathcote, A. C. Steven, W. J. Coulthard, C. R. Kranz. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Commercial 


Savings 


Combined 


Resources 
Loans and discounts, including rediscounts 


$8,515,934 84 


$1,147,100 00 


$9,663,034 84 


Banlcers' acceptances, including rediscounts . . . .- 




Notes, drafts or bills of exchange, including rediscounts 








Overdrafts 


37,707 79 
287,788 21 




37,707 79 






287,788 21 










443,915 63 

219,751 59 
42,000 00 




443,915 63 


All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 
thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts . - 




219,751 59 


Bank premises, furniture and fixtures and safe deposit vaults 




42,000 00 










318,831 03 

513,598 54 

18,394 70 

64,048 77 

6,067 88 

142,477 54 


25,000 00 
32,715 48 


343,831 03 




546,314 02 




18,394 70 


Exchanges for clearing house 




64,048 77 


Checks and other cash items--. ...... 




6,067 88 


Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection 




142,477 54 
















Totals 


$10,610,516 52 

$1,000,000 00 
250,000 00 
-15,637 63 


$1,204,815 48 

$300,000 00 
75,000 00 


$11,815,332 00 


Liabilities 
Capital paid in 


$1,300,000 00 




325,000 00 


All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid.. 


-15,637 63 


Reserve for interest, taxes, etc. . 






Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank, other than 








Bills pa\able other than with Federal Reserve Bank, includ- 
ing all obligations representing money borrowed, other 


3,545,092 37 




3,545,092 37 


Liabilities for rediscount with Federal Reserve Bank 






Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve 
Bank 


829,370 48 
1,243,062 89 




829,370 48 






1,243,062 89 










2,836,388 16 




2,836,388 16 




829,815 48 


829,815 48 


Demand certificates of deposit .... 


5,700 00 

6,670 00 

1,352 78 

20,729 26 

600,000 00 


5,7'00 00 


Time certificates of deposit . . . . .- 




6,670 00 






1.352 78 


Cashiers 'checks 




20,729 26 






600,000 00 


United States and postal savings deposits 






Letters of credit and travelers ' checks sold for cash and now 








Acceptances executed by or for account of or under guarantee 


287,788 21 




287,788 21 


Liability account acceptances executed to furnish dollar 






















Totals 


$10,610,516 52 
$14,191 15 


$1,204,815 48 


$11,815,332 00 


Interest earned but not collected, not included in resources 
or liabilities... . 


$14,191 15 









REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



271 



THE BANK OF CALIFORNIA, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION. 

N. T. 1 



SAN FRANCISCO 



Officers — Frank B. Anderson, Chairman of the Board; Charles K. Mcintosh, President; W'lliani 
K. Pentz, Vice President and Cashier; Stuart F. Smith, Vice President and Trust Officer; 
Arthur L. Black, James W. Hunter, Vice Presidents ; Francis W. Wolfe, Henry M. Plate, 
J. William Solen, Elliott McAllister, Jr., Henry L. Madden, Assistant Cashiers. 

Directors — Frank B. Anderson, John Barneson, Robert I. Bentley, Louis Bloch, Warren D. 
Clark, S. Waldo Coleman, Joesph D. Grant, Frank D. Madison, Charles K. Mcintosh, 
Geo. P. McNear, Irving F. Moulton, George A. Newhall, J. Lefoy Nickel, H. D. Pillsbury, 
George A. Pope. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Court 
Trusts 


Private 
Trusts 


Combined 


Resources 
















All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 
thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 


$500,000 00 
1,659 28 


$100,000 00 
2,256 98 


$600,000 00 
3,916 26 








2,806 97 


1,852 35 


4,659 32 














Totals . - 


$504,466 25 
$500,000 00 


$104,109 33 
$100,000 00 


$608,575 58 


LlABTLITIES 

Amount segregated for protection of court and private 


$600,000 00 














Deposits of money received trom executors, administrators. 










3,500 00 
966 25 


2,200 00 
1,909 33 


5,700 00 




2,875 58 






Totals ._ 


$504,466 25 


$104,109 33 


$608,575 58 



Trust Resources 


Court Trusts 


Trust Liabilities 


Court Trusts 


Personal assets received from executors, 
adnainistrators, guardians, assignees, 
receivers or trustees 




Persona! assets received from executors, 
administrators. r;uardians, assignees, 




Trust investments, personal property... 
Trust investments, real property 


$9,515,503 83 
2,301,114 66 


Trusts held in capacity of executor, 
administrator, guardian, assignee, 
receiver or trustee.. 

Private trusts, specially designated and 
construed as court trusts, under 


$11,944,482 29 


Cash on hand _ __ __ 


127,863 80 






Total 




Total _ 


$11,944,482 29 


$11,944,482 29 



272 REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 

CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK. OAKLAND. N. T. 2 

Officers — J. F. Carlston, President; Claud Gatch, H. A. Mosher, R. M. Fitzgerald, J. F. Hassler, 
Vice Presidents ; W. E. Davies, Daniel Read, Assistant Vice Presidents. 

Directors— J. F. Carlston, Anson S. Blake, W. G. Manuel, T. A. Crellin, A. T. Ellis, R. M. 
Fitzgerald, John P. Maxwell, Claud Gatch, R. W. Kinney, Dr. O. D. Hamlin, J. B. Keating. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 



• 


Court 
Trusts 


Private 
Trusts 


Combired 


Resources 
Loans and discounts, including rediscounts. 










$225,000 00 


$112,000 00 


$337,000 00 


All other bonds, warrants and securties, including premium 




Due from other banks _ 


256,888 59 




256,888 59 




69 18 




69 18 














Totals 


$481,957 77 
$225,000 00 


$112,000 00 
$112,000 00 


$593,957 77 


Liabilities 
Amount segregated for protection of court and private 


$337,000 00 












' 


Deposits of money received from executors, administrators, 
guardians, assignees, receivers or trustees 


256,888 59 
69 18 




256,888 59 
69 18 
















Totals - .- 


$481,957 77 


$112,000 00 


$593,957 77 



Trust Resources 


Court Trusts 


Trust Liabilities 


Court Trusts 


Personal assets received from executors, 
administrators, guardians, assignees, 
receivers or trustees 

Trust irvestments, personal property. __ 
Trust investments, rea 1 property 


$446,144 75 

1,609,581 01 

694,326 30 

188,627 73 


Personal assets received from executors, 
administrators, guardians, assignees, 
receivers or trustees 

Trusts held in capacity of executor, 
administrator, guardian, assignee, 
receiver or trustee 

Private trusts, specially designated and 
construed as court trusts, under 


.$446,144 75 
2,492,435 04 














Total 




Total 


$2,938,579 79 


$2,938,579 79 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



273 



THE FARMERS AND MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK OF LOS ANGELES 

N. T. 3 

Officers — J. A. Graves, President; V. H. Rossetti, Win. Lacy, J. M. Hutchison, A. E. Elliott, 
Vice Presidents ; G. H. Naegele, Cashier ; E. L. Powel, C. L. Hogan, E. Mader, Fred 
S. Hilpert, Ernest Garrett, F. B. Dickey, H. L. St. Clair, W. J. Crosby, F. B. Putnam, 
Assistant Cashiers; W. D. Baker, Assistant Cashier and Trust Officer; R. C. Lemmon, 
Assistant Cashier and Assistant Trust Officer. 

Directors — J. A. Graves, C. A. Ducommun, William Lacy, T. E. Newlin, D. A. Hamburger, 
H. W. O'Melveny, Oscar Lawler, H. M. Wheeler, H. F. Stewart, J. B. Van Nuys, M. H. 
Sherman, Dr. E. A. Bryant, John E. Jardine, Lottis S. Nordlinger, V. H. Rossetti, Louis 
Isaacs, H. W. Keller, E. D. Lyman, I. W. Hellman, F. S. Coates, Gurdon W. Wattles, 
Francis P. Graves, Burkett D. Newton, Frank H. Powell, Karl Steinlein, M. H. Newmark, 
Geo. P.. Griffith, Jr., Roy D. Bayly, Paul N. Boggs, Norman Chandler. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Court 
Trusts 


Private 
Trusts 


Combined 


Resources 
Loans and discounts, including rediscounts 










8200,000 00 


$110,000 00 


$310,000 00 


All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 












































Totals 


$200,000 00 
$200,000 00 


$110,000 00 
$110,000 00 


$310,000 00 


LUBILITIES 

Amount segregated for protection of court and private 
trusts, national banks only _ 


$310,000 00 










Deposits of money received from executors, administrators, 
































Totals -. . - - 


$200,000 00 


$110,000 00 


$310,000 00 







Trust Resources 


Court Trusts 


Trust Liabilities 


Court Trusts 


Personal assets "received from executors, 
administrators, guardians, assignees. 




Personal assets received from executors, 
administrators, guardians, assignees, 




Trust investments, persona I property... 
Trust investments, real property 


$2,367,258 12 

777,074 34 

71,042 23 


Trusts held in capacity of executor, 
administrator, guardian, assignee, 
receiver-or trustee 

Private trusts, specially designated and 
construed as court trusts, under 


$3,215,374 69 














Total. 




Total 


$3,215,374 69 


$3,215,374 69 









18 — 69903 



274 



REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



THE CAPITAL NATIONAL BANK. SACRAMENTO. N. T. 5 

Officers — Alden Anderson, President; H. C. Muddox, D. S. VVasserman, Geo. C. Bassett, Vice 
Presidents; W. E. Holmes, Vice President and Secretary; G. E. Zoller, Casliier and 
Treasurer; H. D. McGuire, J. S. Johns, Assistant Cashiers and Assistant Secretaries; 
C. E. Jarvis, Assistant Cashier; W. George Spilman, Trust Officer. 

Directors — Alden Anderson, Geo. C. Bassett, Fred Boitano, Clyde H. Brand, James T. Doyle, 
G. W. Dufficy, M. D., J. S. Gattmann, Frank Hickman, J. R. La Rue, H. C. Muddox, D. S. 
Wasserman. G. E. Zoller. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Court 
Trusts 


Private 
Trusts 


Combined 


Resources 








United States securities owned -. . 








All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 
thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 


$57,000 00 


$57,000 00 


$114,000 GO 


































Totals 


$57,000 00 
$57,000 00 


$57,000 00 
$57,000 00 


$114,000 00 


Liabilities 
Amount segregated for protection of court and private 


$114,000 00 














Deposits of money received from executors, administrators. 
















Other liabilities 
















Totals 


$57,000 00 


$57,000 00 


$114,000 00 



Trust Resources 


Court Trusts 


Trust Liabilities 


Court Trusts 


Personal assets received from executors, 
administrators, guardians, assignees, 




Personal assets received from executors 
administrators, guardians, assignees, 
receivers or trustees. 




Trust investments, person?! property. -_ 
Trust investments, real property _ 


$341,546 53 
211,688 00 
114,598 91 


Trusts held in capacity of executor, 
administrator, guardian, assignee, 
receiver or trustee 

Private trusts, specially designated and 
construed as court trusts, under 


$667,833 44 




• 










Total - 




Total 


$667,833 44 


$667,833 44 









REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



275 



FIRST NATIONAL TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK OF SANTA BARBARA. 
SANTA BARBARA. N. T. 8 

Officers — Seth A. Keeney, President; James D. Lowsley, Vice President; Donald Myrick, 
Vice President and Trust Officer ; C. B. Way, Cashier ; Robert E. Lewis, Assistant 
Trust Officer, L. C. Slinkier, Assistant Cashier and Auditor; H. Howard Pepper, J. E. 
Turner, Gill C. Pope, E. B. Campbell, Assistant Cashiers. 

Directors — Salisbury Field, Kdward A. Gilbert, John William Heaney, Kirk B. Johnson, 
Seth A. Kccnev. Tames D. Lowslev, Donald Myrick. Arthur E. Ogilvy, Charles B. 
Raymond, K. C. Tallant, John M. Williamson, William Wyles, W. H. Yule. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Court 
Trusts 


Private 
Trusts 


Combined 


Resources 


$200,000 00 


$101,500 00 


$301,500 00 






All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 




10,000 00 


10,000 00 








































Totals 


$200,000 00 
$200,000 00 


$111,500 00 
$111,500 00 


.$311, .500 00 


LUBIUTIES 

Amount segregated for protection of court and private 


$311,500 00 


All undivided profits, lees e.xpenscs, interest and taxes paid- 












Deposits of money received from executors, administrators. 
































Totals 


$200,000 00 


$111,500 00 


$311,500 00 







Trust Resources 


Court Trusts 


Tru.st Liabilities 


Court Trusts 


Personal assets received from executors, 
admiristrators, guardians, assignees, 
receivers or trustees 

Trust investments, personal property 

Trust investments, real property 


$26,753 79 

1,452,648 95 

120,600 00 

36,166 83 


Personal assets received from executors, 
administrators, guardians, assignees, 
receivers or trustees 

Trusts held in capacity of executor, 
administrator, guardian, assignee, 
receiver or trustee 

Private trusts, specially designated and 
construed as court trusts, under 


.$26,753 79 
1,609,415 78 














Total - __.. 




Total 


$1,636,169 57 


$1,636,169 57 



276 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



COUNTY NATIONAL BANK AND TRUST COMPANY. 

N. T. 10 



SANTA BARBARA 



Officers — C. A. Edwards, President; J. D. Paxton, H. H. Eddy, A. G. Salsbury, Vice Presi- 
dents; P. S. Belford, Cashier; M. R. Clark, Trust Officer; E. B. Starbuck, Bond Depart- 
ment and Attorney. 

Directors — C. A. Edwards, W. E. Hodges, E. W. Alexander, Robert Main, Benj. Bakewell, 
James Birss, H. H. Eddy, J. A. Jameson, Wm. R. Dickenson, J. D. Paxton, P. S. Belford. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Court 
Trusts 


Private 
Trusts 


Combined 


Resources 
Loans and discounts including redissountP 








Mortgage on bank premises to State Treasurer 


$200,000 00 




$200,000 00 


United Statessecurities owned-- --- -. 




AH other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 




$115,180 00 


115,180 00 


Due from other banks... 




Actual cash on hand 








Advances to trusts . . 


500 00 


500 00 


1,000 00 


Other resources 










Totals 


$200,500 00 
$200,000 00 


$115,680 00 
$115,180 00 


$316,180 00 
$315,180 00 


Liabilities 
Amount segregated for protection of court and private 












Deposits of money received from executors, administrators, 
guardians, assignees, receivers or trustees. .. 








Fund for advances to trusts 


500 00 


500 00 


1,000 00 














Totals 


$200,500 00 


$115,680 00 


$316,180 00 







Trust Resources 


Court Trusts 


Trust Lubilities 


Court Trusts 


Personal assets received from executors, 
administrators, guardians, assignees, 
receivers or trustees ... 




Personal assets received from executors, 
administrators, guardians, assignees, 
receivers or trustees 




Trust investments, personal property... 
Trust investments, real property. 


$785,162 46 

631,324 86 

5,078 17 


Trusts he'd in capacity of executor, 
administrator, guardian, assignee, 
receiver or trustee . 

Private trusts, specially designated and 
construed as court trusts, under 


$1,421,565 49 














Total 




Total 


$1,421,565 49 


$1,421,565 49 







REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



277 



FIRST NATIONAL TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK OF CHICO. CHICO. N. T. 12 

Officers — A. H. Smith, President; Susie Miller, Vice President; E. J. Cain, Cashier; Thos. N. 

Crew, Assistant Cashier and Trust Officer; S. N. Graves, Assistant Cashier and Assistant 

Trust Officer; J. E. Holub, Ray W. Seager. Assistant Casliiers. 
Directors — A. H. Smith, E. J. Cain, J. F. ^lorehead, A. G. Eames, Susie Miller, Lon Bond, 

Thos. N. Crew, T. J. Troxel. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 



Court 
Trusts 


Private 
Trusts 


Combined 


Resources 










$12,500 00 
40,000 00 


$52,500 00 


$65,000 00 


All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 


40,000 00 








































Totals 

Liabilities 

Amount segregated for protection of court and private 

trusts, nation j1 banks only. 


$52,500 00 
$52,500 00 


$52,500 00 
$52,500 00 


$105,000 00 
$105,000 00 










Deposits of money receive:! from executors, administrators. 
































Totals 


$52,500 00 


$52,500 00 


$105,000 00 



Trust Resources 


Court Trusts 


Trust Liabiuties 


Court Trusts 


Personal assets received from executors. 

administrators, guardians, assignees . 




Personal assets received from executors, 
administrators, guardians, assignees, 




Trust investments, personal property... 

Trust investments real property 

Due from banks 


$255,767 70 
52,415 00 


Trusts held in capacity of executor, 
administrator guardian assignee 


$354,317 71 


Cash on hand __ 


46,135 01 


Private trusts specially designated and 
construed as court trusts under 
supervision. . 






Total. . 




Total 


$354,317 71 


$3.54,317 71 









278 



REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK. SANTA ANA. N. T. 15 

Officers — A. J. Crookshank, President; Geo. S. Briggs, C. S. Crookshank, F. E. Farnsworth, 
E. B. Sprague, H. L. Hanson, Vice Presidents; W. B. Williams, Vice President and 
Cashier; C. L. Pritchard, Trust Officer; H. C. Chaney. Assistant Trust Officer; A. P. 
Trawick, Auditor; F. M. Kobinson, C. M. Rowland, F. H. Cloyes, J. L. Bascom, Assistant 
Cashers. 

Directors — A. J. Crookshank, George S. Briggs, W. B. Williams, C. S. Crookshank, F. J. Was, 
C. D. Ball, W. G. Mitchell, Sam W. Nau, C. E. Parker, O. H. Barr, George S. Smith, 
Robert M. Simon, R. Y. Williams. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Court 
Trusts 


Private 
Trusts 


Combined 


Resoufces 
Loans and discounts, including rediscounts 








United States securities owned 








All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 
thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 


$100,000 00 
349 12 


$100,000 00 

946 76 

200 00 

2,612 87 

313,000 00 


$200,000 00 

1,295 88 

200 00 




Advances tc trusts - 


650 88 


3,263 75 
313,000 00 


Other resources -. 








Totals 


$101,000 00 
$100,000 00 


$416,759 63 

$100,000 00 
37 13 


$517,759 63 

$200,000 00 
37 13 


LUBILITIES 

Amount segregated for protection of court and private 
trusts, national banks only 


All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid 


Reserve for interest, taxes, etc., accrued and unpaid 






Deposits of money received from executors, administrators. 








Fund for advances to trusts . 

Other liabilities 


1,000 00 


3,000 00 
313,722 50 


4,000 00 
313,722 50 








Totals '--- . - 


$101,000 00 


$416,759 63 


$517,759 63 





Trust Resources 


Court Trusts 


Trust Liabilities 


Court Trusts 


Personal assets received from executors 

administrators guardians, assignees. 




Personal assets received from executors 
administrators, guardians, assignees, 




Trust investments, personal property... 
Trust investments, real property 


$288,815 95 

2.53,639 67 

20,692 99 


Trusts held in capacity of executor, 
administrator, guardian, assignee, 
receiver or trustee 

Private trusts, specially designated and 
construed as court trusts, under 
supervision 

Total 


$563,138 61 










10 00 


Total.. 


$563,148 61 


$563,148 61 







REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



279 



CALIFORNIA FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF LONG BEACH. 

N. T. 17 



LONG BEACH 



Otticers — JNelson McCook, President; Fred L. Dennie, Herbert M. Haskell, Frank E. Wall, 
W. J. Towner, Graydon Hoffman, Vice Presidents ; M. A. White, Cashier, Karle B. 
Morgan, Fonda McCook, Rupert F. JlcCook, Assistant Cashiers ; S. W. Coverdale, Trust 
Officer; J. M. CliiTord, Assistant Trust Officer; H. L. Schmitz, Auditor. 

Directors — Fred L. Dennie, Herbert M. Haskell, E. H. Horsch, Graydon Hoffman, Karl B. 
Kumpe, Tom Merrell, Nelson McCook, Harry Ross, W. J. Towner, Frank E. Wall. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Court 
Trusts 


Private 
Trusts 


Combined 


Re.socrces 
















All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 
thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 


SoO.OOO 00 


$50,000 00 


$100,000 00 


































Totals - - 


S50,000 00 
$50,000 GO 


$50,000 00 
$50,000 00 


$100,000 00 


LUBILITIES 

Amount segregated for protection of court and private 


$100,000 00 














Deposits of money received from executors, administrators, 
































Totals 


$50,000 00 


$50,000 00 


$100,000 00 



Tbust Resources 


Court Trusts 


Trdst Liabilities 


Court Trusts 


Persona! assets received from executors, 
administrators, guardians, assignees, 




Personal assets received from executors, 
adininistrators, guardians, assignees. 




Trust investments, personal property... 

Trii~t investments, real property 

Due from banks 

Cash on hand 


$138,197 44 
64,760 00 
54,294 49 


Trusts held in capacity of executor, 
administrator, guardian, assignee, 
receiver or trustee 

Private trusts, specially designated and 
construed as court trusts, under 


$2.57,251 93 










Total. .. 




Total 


$257,251 93 


$257,251 93 









280 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF ANAHEIM. ANAHEIM. N. T. 19 

Officers — H. H. Benjamin, President ; Samuel Kraemer, J. G. Hilleary, Vice Presidents ; O. E. 

Hanson, Cashier; Arthur G. Porter, Trust Officer. 
Directors — W. J. Sieman, Samuel Kraemer, H. H. Benjamin, Chas. Eygabroad, S. C. Hart- 

ranft, J. G. Hilleary, F. H. Houck, H. A. Johnston, G. U. Kraemer, S. P. Kraemer, 

P. J. Weisel. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Court 
Trusts 


Private 
Trusts 


Combined 


Resources 
Ix)ans and discounts, including rediscounts 








United States securities owned . 








All other bonds, warrants and securities, inlcuding premium 
thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Diip frnm otVier hanlfs 


$50,000 00 


$50,000 00 


$100,000 00 


Actual cash on hand .- . .. 








Advances to trusts 








Other resources 
















Totals 

Liabilities 
Amount segregated for protection of court and private 


$50,000 00 
$50,000 00 


$50,000 00 
$50,000 00 


$100,000 00 
$100,000 00 














Deposits of money received from executors, administrators. 
































Totals __-- 


$50,000 00 


$50,000 00 


$100,000 00 



Trust Resoubces 


Court Trusts 


Trust Lubilities 


Court Trusts 


Personal assets received from executors, 
administrators, guardians, assignees, 
receivers or trustees _ - - 




Personal assets received from executors, 
administrators, guardians, assignees, 
receivers or trustees- . 




Trust ipvestmepts, persona! property. .. 
Trust investments, real property . _ 


$65,293 83 

37,500 00 

1.564 61 


Trusts held in capacity of executor, 
administrator, guardian, assignee, 
receiver or trustee 

Private trusts, specially desi>;nated and 
construed as court trusts, under 
supervision 


$104,358 44 














Total. 




Total 


$104,358 44 


$104,358 44 









REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



281 



THE PACIFIC NATIONAL BANK OF LOS ANGELES. 

N. T. 20 



LOS ANGELES 



Officeis — T. A. Morrissey, President; Fred Swensen, Executive Vice President; F. W. Shelton, 
F. M. Hughes, Assistant Vice Presidents ; R. G. Johnston, Cashier ; P. Hessel, J. T. Duncan, 
B. F. Stewart, Assistant Cashiers ; F. J. Fenders, Trust Officer ; Joy Gordon, Assistant 
Trust Officer ; J. R. Burres, Trust Accountant. 

Directors — A. P. Adkisson, G. Cavaglieri ; T. J. Crumpton, R. A. Dallugge, F. M. Douglass, 
J. Roy Hoffman, Edgar F. Hughes, Ford W. Harris, James E. Long, J. W. Meek, H. G. 
Miller, Rob't E. Millsap, Chas. Murray, Geo. Pepperdine, T. A. Morrissey, H. W. Reynolds, 
E. M. Smith, J. S. A. Smith, Walter G. L. Smith, F. W. Shelton, Emerson Spear, H. G. 
Steele, F. F. Stetson, Fred Swensen. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Court 
Trusts 


Private 
Trusts 


Combined 


Resources 








United States securities owned 








All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premiiun 
thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 


$100,000 00 


$100,000 00 


$200,000 00 














11,696 78 


11,696 78 
















Totals 


$100,000 00 
$100,000 00 


$111,696 78 
$100,000 00 


$211,696 78 


LUBILITIRS 

.Amount segregated for protection of court and private 


$200,000 00 


All unlivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid 












Deposits of money received from executors, administrators. 
















Other liabilities .- 




11,696 78 


11,696 78 








Totals ^ 


$100,000 00 


$111,696 78 


$211,696 78 



Trust Resources 


Court Trusts 


Trust Liabilities 


Court Trusts 


Personal assets received from executors, 
administrato-s, guardians, assignees. 




Personal assets received from executors, 
administ"ators, guardians, assignees. 




Trust investments, personal property.-. 
Trust i nvestments, real property 


$99,067 6.5 

67, .320 00 

6,193 76 


Trusts held in capacity of executor, 
administrator, guardian, assignee, 
receiver or trustee 

Private trusts, specially designated and 
construed as court trusts, under 


$172,581 41 


Cash on hand . . . . 












Total - 




Total. - . . 


$172,581 41 


$172,581 41 









282 



REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STOCKTON. STOCKTON. N. T. 21 

Officers — Percy T. Cleghorn, President ; W. B. Nutter, Joe E. Henry, Vice Presidents ; F. A. 

Cramblett, Cashier. 
Directors — Percy T. Cleghorn, W. B. Nutter, Joe E. Henry, Samuel Frankenheimer, Newton 

Rutherford, B. F. Wellington, Jr., L. E. Henry, Geo. Burton, F. A. Cramblett. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Court 
Trusts 


Private 
Trusts 


Combined 


Rbsources 
Loans and discounts, including rediscounts 








United States securities owned . . .__ .^_ .__._. __ __ 








All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Due from other banks 


$50,000 00 


$50,000 00 


$100,000 00 


Actual cash on hand ._ , .. 
































Totals 

Liabilities 


$50,000 00 


$50,000 00 


$100,000 00 


trusts, national banks only ,__ 


$50,000 00 


$50,000 00 


$100,000 00 


Reserve for interest, taxes, etc., accrued and unpaid- . 








Deposits of money received from executors, administrators. 
































Totals... 


$50,000 00 


$50,000 00 


$100,000 00 



Trust Resourcbs 


Court Trusts 


Trust Lubilities 


Court Trusts 


Personal assets received from executors, 
administrators, guardians, assignees, 




Personal assets received from executors, 
administrators, guardians, assignees. 




Trust investments, personal property. __ 


$280,000 00 


Trusts held in capacity of executor, 
administrator, guardian, assignee, 
receiver or trustee 

Private trusts, specially designated and 
construed as court trusts, under 
supervision _ _ _ 

Total 






518 29 


$280,000 00 


Cash on hand 








518 29 


Total 


$280,518 29 


$280,518 29 



REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



283 



ANGLO AND LONDON PARIS NATIONAL BANK. 

N. T. 22 



SAN FRANCISCO 



Officers — R. H. Randolph, Trust Officer; Geo. D. Lundy, Assistant Trust Officer. 

Directors — Robert Dollar, K. R. Kingsbury, Chas. C. Moore, M. Fleishhacker, R. D. Robbins, Jr., 

Herbert Fleishhacker, Wm. F. Humphrey, Paul Shoup, B. F. Schlesinger, A. W. Foster, 

Chas. N. Black. J. C. McKinstry, C. F. Hunt, M. Meyerfeld, Jr., Walter E. Buck, W. E. 

Wilcox, Joseph O. Tobui, Alfred B. isvvinerton, Benjamin Bloom, Walter A. Haas, 

C. J. Berry. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Court 
Trusts 


Private 
Trusts 


Combined 


Resources 
















All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 
thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 


$101,478 19 


$101,478 19 


$202,956 38 
























^ 










Totals 


$101,478 19 
$101,478 19 


$101,478 19 
$101,478 19 


$202,956 38 


Liabilities 
Amount segregated for protection of court and private 


$202,956 38 














Deposits of money received from executors, administrators. 
































Totals -- 


$101,478 19 


$101,478 19 


$202,956 38 



Trust Resources 


Court Trusts 


Trust Liabilities 


Court Trusts 


Personal assets received from executors, 
administrators, guardians, assignees, 




Personal assets received from executors, 
administrators, guardians, assignees. 




Trust investments, personal property... 


$597,630 57 


Trusts held in capacity of executor, 
administrator, guardian, assignee, 
receiver or trustee _ 

Private trusts, specially designated and 
construed as court trusts, under 
supervision _ 

Total. - 






46,017 74 


$112,648 31 










531,000 00 


Total 


$643,648 31 


$643,648 31 









284 



REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



FIRST NATIONAL BANK IN OAKLAND. OAKLAND. N. T. 23 

Officers— S. E. Biddle, President; F. E. Heath, A. Andrew, J. M. Ernst, C. J. Hammond, Vice 

Presidents; F. B. Richardson, Vice President and Cashier; J. F. Clark, Trust Officer; 

L. W. Garcia, E. E. Kottke, F. W. Clinchard, Assistant Cashiers. 
Directors — A. Andrew, S. E. Biddle, Albert E. Carter, Arthur E. Corder, Norman DeVaux, 

R. Stanley Dollar. F. E. Heath. A. F. Lieurance, H. L. Machen. J. R. Millar, R. A. 

McGrath, Frank H. Proctor, F. B. Richardson, Albert S. Samuels, B. F. Schlesinger, 

James Traverse. James Tyson, D. L. Westover. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Court 
Trusts 


Private 
Trusts 


Combined 


Rbsotjrcbs 
Loans and diBcounts, including rediscounts - 








United States securities owned 








All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 
thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 


$100,000 00 


$103,000 00 


$203,000 00 


































Totals 


$100,000 00 
$100,000 00 


$103,000 GO 

$100,000 00 
3,000 00 


$203,000 00 


Liabilities 
Amount segregated for protection of court and private 


$200,000 00 


All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid. 


3,000 00 






Deposits of money received from executors, administrators, 
































Totals - - 


$100,000 00 


$103,000 00 


$203,000 00 







Trust Resources 


Court Trusts 


Trust Lubilities 


Court Trusts 


Personal assets received from executors, 
administrators, guardians, assignees. 




Personal assets received from executors, 
administrators, guardians, assignees. 




Trust investments, pe-sonal property. . . 
Trust investments , real property 


$22,847 59 

75,250 00 

918 26 


Trusts held in capacity of executor, 
administrator, guardian, assignee, 
receiver or trustee. _ 

Private trusts, specially desi.;nated and 
construed as court trusts, under 


$99,015 85 














Total 




Total - 


$99,015 85 


$99,015 85 







REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



285 



AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK OF SAN BERNARDINO. SAN BERNARDINO 

N. T. 24 

Officers — R. D. McCook, President; \V. S. Shepardson, Vice President; H. T. Slater, Cashier; 

O. R. Ervin, Earnist McCook, Assistant Cashiers; M. L. Stephens, Trust Officer. 
Directors— R. D. McCook, W. S. Shepardson, P. M. Savage, J. E. Rich, J. W. Catick, H. S. 

Wall, Nelson McCook, Jas. Cunnison, G. W. Hellyer, Fred B. Mack. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Court 
Trusts 


Private 
Trusts 


Combined 


Resources 


$36,200 00 


$41,700 00 


$77,900 00 






All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 
thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 


15,000 00 


10,000 00 


25,000 00 


































Totals --- - 


$51,200 00 
$51,200 00 


$51,700 00 
$51,700 00 


$102,900 00 


LUBILITIES 

Amount segregated for protection of court and private 


$102,900 00 






Reserve for interest, taxes, etc., accrued and unpaid 








Deposits of money received from executors, administrators, 
















Other liabilities - . . .. 
















Totals 


$51,200 00 


$51,700 00 


$102,900 00 







Trust RBsoimcEs 


Court Trusts 


Trust Lubilities 


Court Trusts 


Personal assets received from executors, 
administrators, guardians, assignees, 




Personal assets received from executors, 
administrators, guardians, assignees. 




Trust investments, personal property. -- 

Trust investments, real property 

Due from banks.. .. 


$89,583 06 

23,200 00 

6,863 48 


Trusts held in capacity of executor, 
administrator, guardian, assignee, 
receiver or trustee _ . 

Private trusts, specially designated and 
construed as court trusts, under 
supervision ._ 


$119,646 54 














Total - 




Total 


$119,646 54 


$119,646 54 



286 REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 

FIRST NATIONAL BANK IN BERKELEY. BERKELEY. N. T. 26 

Officers — W. F. Morrish, President; Perry T. Tompkins, Warde W. Sorrick, W. T. Jenkins, 
B. K. Milner, Vice Presidents; O. C. Little, Cashier; G. W. Davis, Assistant Trust Officer. 

Directors — Chester H. Rowell, Lester W. Hink, Max Thelen, H. C. Macaulay, G. A. Mattern, 
W. R. Thorsen, Willard D. Ellis, G. L. Papa, W. F. Morrish, Perry T. Tompkins, Warde 
W. Sorrick. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Court 
Trusts 


Private 
Trusts 


Combined 


Resottrces 
Loans and discounts, including rediscounts _ -. 








United States securities owned . _ _ 








All other bonds, warrants and securities, including preniium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Due from other banks __ _ .. - _ 


$52,055 38 


$52,852 68 


$104,908 06 


Actual cash on hand - .-- 








Advances to trusts 








Other resources 
















Totals .... - - . 


$52,055 38 
$52,055 38 


$52,852 68 
$52,852 68 


$104,908 06 
$104,908 06 


LUDIUTIES 

Amount segregated for protection of court and private 














Deposits of money received from executors, administrators. 
































Totals 


$52,055 38 


$52,852 68 


$104,908 06 



Trust Resoukces 


Court Trusts 


Trust Liabilities 


Court Trusts 


Personal assets received from executors, 
administrators, guardians, assignees, 
receivers or trustees 

Trust investments, personal property. . . 

Trust investments, real property 


$21,845 40 

390,064 44 

52,424 45 

28,748 12 


Personal assets received from executors, 
administrators, guardians, assignees, 
receivers or trustees 

Trusts held in capacity of executor 
administrator, guardian, assignee, 
receiver or trustee. 

Private trusts, specially designated and 
construed as court trusts, under 


$21,845 40 
471,237 01 














Total 




Total 


$493,082 41 


$493,082 41 







REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



287 



FIRST NATIONAL TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK OF SAN DIEGO. 
SAN DIEGO. N. T. 28 

Officers — F. J. Belcher, Jr., President anfl Chairman of the Board ; Lane D. Webber, Vice 
President and Trust Officer ; \V. K. VVhitcomb, M. C. Pfefferkorn, J. O. Miller, Arthur 
Dewar, G. H. Schmidt, Vice Presidents; R. C. Easom, Cashier; C. H. Jlorrison, Comp- 
troller, R. H. Cunnis, F. H. Woolman, M. R. Engler, A. Borthwick, A. P. Provost, 
Assistant Cashiers ; P. J. Hoffman, F. B. Thompson, Assistant Cashiers and Assistant 
Trust Officers ; Jas. L. Buck, Assistant Cashier and Manager East San Diego Branch ; 
H. B. Cassidy, Assistant Cashier and Manager La Jolla Branch ; T. C. Macaulay, Assistant 
Cashier and Manager Coronado Branch ; H. M. Royle, Assistant Cashier and Manager 
Thirtieth and University Branch ; Fred Lane, Assistant Klanager East San Diego Branch ; 
E. H. Pratt, Assistant ^lanager Thirtieth and University Branch ; R. M. English, 
Assistant Manager Coronado Branch ; W. C. Stitt, Berton W. Sibley, Assistant Managers 
La Jolla Branch; M. A. James, Assistant Trust Officer. 

Directors — F. J. Belcher, Jr., D. F. Garrettson, Wm. Clayton, Eugene Daney, Lane D. Webber, 
Fercy H. Goodwm, C. S. Judson, H. L. Sullivan, E. Strahlmann, F. M. White, G. H. 
Whitney, Milton A. McRae, R. T. Robinson, Jr., Ralph E. Jenney, H. F. Schnell, Julius 
Wangenheim. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Court 
Trusts 


Private 

Trusts 


Combined 


Resources 










850,750 00 
48,759 58 


$55,825 00 
44,605 50 


$106,575 00 


All other bonds, w;irrants and securities, including premium 
thereon, less alloffsetting bond adjustment accounts 


«3,365 08 


































Totals 


$99,509 58 
$99,509 58 


$100,430 50 
$100,430 50 


$199,940 OS 


Liabilities 
Amount segregated for protection of court and private 


$199,940 08 


All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid- 












Deposits of money received from executors, adminiatrators. 
































Totals _.. 


$99,509 58 


$100,430 .50 


$199,940 08 



Trust Resouhces 


Court Trusts 


Trust Liabilities 


Court Trusts 


Personal assets received from executors, 
administrators, guardians, assignees. 




Personal assets received from executors, 
administrators, guardians, assignees, 
receivers or trustees ... . .- 




Trust investments, personal property.-. 
Trust investments, real property 


$599,234 86 
482,735 00 
137,446 98 


Trusts held in capacity of executor, 
administrator, guardian, assignee, 
receiver or trustee 

Private trusts, specially designated and 
construed as court trusts, under 


$1,219,416 84 














Total 




Total. 


$1,219,416 84 


$1,219,416 84 









288 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF POMONA. POMONA. N. T. 32 

Officers — W. L. Wright, Chairman of the Board; W. A. Kennedy, President; Raymond E. 

Smith, Vice President ; C. A. Steadman, Cashier ; Wm. S. Cahoon, A. Harold Lawrence, 

Jesse P. Edmonds, Assistant Cashiers. 
Directors — Chas. P. Curran, Arthur M. Dole, C. W. Johnson, W. A. Kennedy, Allen P. 

Nichols, Russell K. Pitzer, E. W. Reynolds. Ralph T. Smith, Raymond E. Smith, A. H. 

Tufts. W. L. Wrieht. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Court 
Trusts 


Private 
Trusts 


Combined 


Resoupces 
Loans and discounts, including rediscounts 








United States securities owned... . 








.\11 other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 
thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Diip frnm other hanks 


$50,000 00 


$50,000 00 


$100,000 00 


Actual cash onhand 








Advances to trusts _- 








Other resources 
















Totals 


$50,000 00 
$50,000 00 


$50,000 00 
$50,000 00 


$100,000 00 
$100,000 00 


Liabilities 

Amount segregated for protection of court and private 

trusts, national banks only 










Deposits of money received from executors, administrators, 
guardians, assignees, receivers or trustees 
































Totals 


$50,000 00 


$50,000 00 


$100,000 00 







Trust Resources 


Court Trusts 


Trust Liabilities 


Court Trusts 


Personal assets received from executors, 
administrators, guardians, assignees, 
receivers or trustees 


$30,584 44 


Personal assets received from executors 
administrators, guardians, assignees, 
receivers or trustees 

Trusts held in capacity of executor, 
administrator, guardian, assignee, 
receiver or trustee 

Private trusts, specially designated and 
construed as court trusts, under 


$30,584 44 


Trust investments, real property 


9,000 00 
5,431 40 


14,431 40 














Total 




Total _ 


$45,015 84 


$45,015 84 



REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



289 



BANK OF ITALY NATIONAL TRUST AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION 
SAN FRANCISCO N. T. 33 

Officers — A. P. Giannini, Chairman of the Advisory Committee; L. Scatena, Chairman of the 
Board of Directors; James A. Bacigalupi, President and Chairman of General Executive 
Committee; A. J. Mount, Senior Vice President and Vice Chairman of the General Execu- 
tive Committee ; K. H. Burmister, Vice President and Cashier ; Jos. F. Cavagnaro, 
Secretary ; R. M. Clarke, Auditor ; W. J. Kieferdorf, Vice President and Trust Officer ; 
W. T. Cross, 1. J. Cereghino, Assistant Vice Presidents and Assistant Trust Officers; Caxton 
P. Rhodes, G. L. Berrey, Fred L. Foster, C. A. Kinkel, G. D. Schilling, P. M. Harwood, 
.1. Marms Becchetti, Geo. V. Mulligan, S. C. Sinsheimer, C. M. Noyes, D. P. Sink, Jr., 
K. F. Stewart, K. M. Kennedy, Assistant Trust Officers; Adolph B. Canelo, Jr., Trust 
Attorney; William C. Day, Assistant Trust Attorney; Paul B. Bradley, Trust Examiner; 
W. A. Ebner, Securities, Trust Department ; Geo. A. Ghiselli, Real Estate Trust Depart- 
ment ; Porter Bradshaw, Life Insurance Trusts, Trust Department; H. M. Bardt, A. H. 
Bond, E. H. Pierce, Escrovir Officers. 



STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 






Court 
Trusts 


Private 
Trusts 


Combined 


























All other bonds, warrantB and securities, including premium 
thereon, less all oiTsetting bond adjustment accounts 


$500,000 00 
17,195 91 


$100,000 00 
42,117 86 


$600,000 00 
59,313 77 






-Advances to trusts 


8,804 09 


31,882 14 


40,686 23 














Totals . - 


$526,000 00 
$500,000 00 


$174,000 00 
$100,000 00 


$700,000 00 


LlABILITFES 

Amount segregated for protection of court and private 

trusts, national banks only _ .., 

All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid. 


$600,000 00 








Deposits of money received from executors, administrators. 










26,000 00 


74,000 00 


100,000 00 














Totals 


$526,000 00 


$174,000 00 


$700,000 00 







Trust Resources 


Court Trusts 


Trust Lubilities 


Court Trusts 


Personal assets received from executors, 
administrators, guardians, assignees, 
receivers or trustees 

Trust investments, personal property... 

Trust investments, real property 

Due from banks . . . . . 


$1,873,292 48 

■12,111,269 61 

5,633,665 14 

220,836 96 

1,427,240 39 


Personal assets received from executors, 
administrators, guardians, assignees, 
receivers or trustees 

Trusts held in capacity of executor, 
administrator, guardian, assignee, 
receiver or trustee 

Private trusts, specially designated and 
construed as court trusts, under 
supervision 

Total 


$1,873,292 48 
16,549,946 62 


Cash on hand 






2,843,065 48 


Total - 


$21,266,304 58 


$21,266,304 58 







19—69903 



290 



REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS 



FIRST NATIONAL TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK OF FULLERTON. 
FULLERTON. N. T. 34 

Officers— S. W. Smith, President ; W. L. Hale, E. E. Beazley, Vice Presidents ; H. V. Williams, 
Secretary and Cashier; Edward Everett, Trust Officer; Glenn B. Gossett, Assistant Cashier. 

Directors— W. L. Hale, E. E. Beazley, S. W. Smith, Bert Annin, R. T. Davies, C. W. Almes, 
S. James Tuffree, J. H. Lang. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Court 
Trusts 


Private 
Trusts 


Combined 


Resources 
Loans and discounts, including rediscounts 








United States securities owned-- ._ __ 








All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 

thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 

Due from other banks - 


$50,000 GO 


$50,000 00 


$100,000 00 


















Other resources 
















Totals 


$50,000 00 
$50,000 00 


$50,000 00 
$50,000 00 


$100,000 00 
$100,000 00 


LUBILITIES 

Amount segregated for protection of court and private 
trusts, national bunks only ... . -. 














Deposits of money received from executors, administrators, 
















Other liabilities 
















Totals 


$50,000 00 


$50,000 00 


$100,000 00 







Tkust Resources 


Court Trusts 


Trust Liabilities 


Court Trusts 


Personal assets received from executors, 
administrators, guardians, assignees. 




Personal assets received from executors, 
administrators, guardians, assignees, 
receivers or trustees 




Trust investments, personal property. _ _ 


$500 00 


Trusts held in capacity of executor, 
administrator, guardian, assignee, 
receiver or trustee- _ - 

Private trusts, specially designated and 
construed as court trusts, under 








$545 00 


Cash on hand 


45 00 






Total 




Total 


$545 00 


$545 00 









REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



291 



SEABOARD NATIONAL BANK. LOS ANGELES. N. T. 36 

Officers — George L. Browning, President; H. C. Nicholson, Andrew Blackmore, K. L. Carver, 

John R. Quinn, Vice Presidents ; Raymond Borden, Nolan Browning, J. E. Hay, Assistant 

Vice Presidents; O. B. Tedrick, Cashier; Winthrop Brown, Van V. Browning, John E. 

West, George B. Bates, Assistant Cashiers ; Hans Hauser, Auditor. 
Directors— K. L. Carver, Edward Dale, C. C. Hine, W. K. Etter, A. A. Maxfield, Walter 

K. Tuller, F. H. Osier, E. W. Murphy, Dr. E. C. Moore, W. I. Gilbert, H. C. 

Nicholson, Harry M. Evans, John R. Quinn, C. C. Albright, E. B. Gilmore, Clinton E. 

Miller, J. T. Fitzgerald, Wilnier Anderson, Dr. Henry Dietrich, J. K. D. Shaffer, Nathan 

Newby, Andrew Blackmore, George L. Browning. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Court 
Trusts 


Private 
Trusts 


Combined 


Resources 
















All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 
thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 


$100,000 00 


$100,000 00 


$200,000 00 












9 00 




9 00 
















Totals --. 


$100,009 00 
$100,000 00 


$100,000 00 
$100,000 00 


$200,009 00 


Liabilities 
Amount segregated for protection of court and private 


$200,000 00 














Deposits of money received from executors, administratorb. 








Fund for advances to trusts .. 


9 00 




9 00 
















Totals 


$100,009 00 


$100,000 00 


$200,009 00 



Trust Resources 


Court Trusts 


Trust Liabiutibs 


Court Trusts 


Personal assets received from executors, 
administrators, guardians, assignees, 
receivers or trustees 




Personal assets received from executors, 
administrators, guardians, assignees. 








Trusts held in capacity of executor, 
administrator, guardian, assignee, 
receiver or trustee 

Private trusts, specially designated and 
construed as court trusts, under 




Trust investments, real property.. 


$500 00 


$500 00 
















Total.. 




Total 


$500 00 


$500 00 



292 



REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



SECURITY FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF LOS ANGELES. 

N. T. 37 



LOS ANGELES. 



Officers— J. M. Elliott, Honorary Chairman of the Board; Henry M. Robinson, Chairman of 
the Board; M. S. Hellman, Vice Chairman of the Board; J. F. Sartori, President. 

Executive Committee — J. F. Sartori, Chairman; Henry M. Robinson, Vice Chairman; James 
E. Shelton. Secretary; E. W. Puijh, Assistant Secretary; Wm. H. Allen. Jr., Arch W. 
Anderson, M. N. Avery, H. C. Barroll, George I. Cochran. John T. Cooper, Edward 
Elliott, George E. Farrand, R. B. Hardacre, W. D. LonRyear. John B. Miller, A. B. 
Ruddock, Herbert H. Smock, Charles H. Toll, George M. Wallace. 

Directors — William H. Allen, Jr., M. N. Averv, John Willis Baer, Richard Bard, W. Jarvis 
Barlow, H. C. Barroll, Llewellyn Bixby, Willis H. Booth, William A. Bowen, John P. 
Burke, Joseph Caunt, George I. Cochran, W. M. Cook, Ira C. Copley, Shannon Crandall, 
John S. Cravens, C. T. Crowell, Harry H. Culver, Isidore B. Dockweiler, George S. 
Edwards, Roger G. Edwards, J. M. Elliott, George E. Farrand, C. N. Flint, Robert N. 
Frick, Burton E. Green, G. G. Greenwood, Walter F. Haas, Tracy Q. Hall, R. B. Hardacre, 
Dwight H. Hart, George A. Hart, S. M. Haskins, P. E. Hatch, M. S. Hellman, Webster 
B. Holmes, William L. Honnold, Harold Janss, W. P. Jeffries, J. O. Koepfli, R. H. Lacy, 
Ralph B. Lloyd W. D. Longyear, Lee A. McConnell, Maynard McFie, Lee B. Milbank, 
John B. Miller, Harvey S. Mudd, Dan Murphy, T. E. Newlin, H. W. O'Melveny, Stuart 
O'Melveny, W. W. Orcutt, Fred B. Ortman, Lee A. Phillips, A. W. Rhodes, L. D. 
Ricketts, Henry M. Robinson, E. S. Rowley, A. B. Ruddock, J. F. Sartori, P. F. 
Schumacher, R. J. Schweppe, L. E. Shepherd, W. L. Stewart, W. A. Sutherland, Russell 
McD. Taylor, C. C. Teague, Paul O. Tietzen, Charles H. Toll, W. L. Valentine, R. M. 
Walker, G. M. Wallace, J. G. Warren, W. J. Washburn, S. F. Zombro. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Court 
Trusts 


Private 
Trusts 


Combined 


Resoitrces 
Loans and discounts, including reJiscounta 










$140,000 00 
976,000 00 




$140,000 00 


All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 
thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 


200,000 00 


1,176,000 00 


































Totals 


$1,116,000 00 
$1,116,000 00 


$200,000 00 
$200,000 00 


$1,316,000 00 


Liabilities 
Amount segregated for protection of court aiid private 


$1,316,000 00 














Deposits of money received from executors, administrators, 
































Totals 


$1,116,000 00 


$200,000 00 


$1,316,000 00 







TausT RBSOtJECES 


Court Trusts 


TbUST LlABILmES 


Court Trusts 


Personal assets received from executors, 
administrators, guardians, assignees, 
receivers or trustees 

Trust investments, personal property... 

Trust investments, real property 

Due from banks 


$1,1^4,386 30 

110,389,374 31 

18,558,460 97 

3,966,015 72 


Personal assets received from executors, 
administrators, guardians, assignee , 
receivers or trustees... 

Trusts held in capacity of executor, 
administrator, guardian, assignee, 
receiver or trustee 

Private trusts, specially designated and 
construed as court trusts, under 
supervision 


$1,144,386 30 
114,268,438 06 










18,645,412 94 




Total 




Total 


$134,058,237 30 


$134,058,237 30 









REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



293 



THE UNITED STATES NATIONAL BANK. LOS ANGELES. N. T. 38 

Officers — Perry W. Weidner, President : Emanuel Cohen, Executive Vice President ; J. L. Van 
Worman, H. t!. Heim, Vice Presidents; J. E. Woolwine, Cashier; J. A. Seelye, M. E. 
Strum, Ira K. Pontius, Assistant Cashiers. 

Directors— O. M. Souden, Chairman of the Board ; John B. Beman, R. A. Broomfield, Dr. J. H. 
Hullard, Emanuel Cohen, C. C. Colyear, W. T. Craig. C. A. Johnson, Luther H. Johnson, 
R. H. Lacy, Eric Lange, C. F. A. Last, F. A. Maginnis, M. A. Newmark, Geo. Newberger, 
Robert H. Parker, Karl S. Patterson, D. W. Pontius, A. Sieroty, Frank J. Thomas, 
J. L. ^ an Norman, Perry W. Weidner. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Court 
Trusts 


Private 
Trusts 


Combined 


REsoupnES 
Loans and discouuta, including rediscounts - 
















AW other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 
thoreon,les8 all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 


$104,968 29 
16,622 82 


$106,420 84 


$211,389 13 
16,622 82 










6 91 


40 40 


47 31 














Totals -.- 


$121,598 02 
$104,968 29 


$106,461 24 
$106,420 84 


$228,059 26 
$211,389 13 


LUBILITIES 

Amount segregated for protection of court and private 














Deposits of money received from executors, administrators. 










6 91 
16,622 82 


40 40 


47 31 




16,622 82 








Totals 


$121,598 02 


$106,461 24 


$228,059 26 



Trust Resources 


Court Trusts 


Trust Liabilities 


Court Trusts 


Personal assets received from executors, 
administrators, guardians, assignees. 




Personal assets received from executors, 
administrators, guardians, assignees, 




Trust investments, personal property. . - 
Trust investments, real property . - 


$20,199 04 
50,009 00 


Trusts held in capacity of executor, 
administrator, guardian, assignee, 
receiver or trustee 

Private trusts, specially designated and 
construed as court trusts, under 


$70,208 04 
















Total - 




Total 


$70,208 04 


$70,208 04 









294 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



CITIZENS NATIONAL TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK OF RIVERSIDE. 
RIVERSIDE. N. T. 39 

Officers — W. B. Clancy, President; C. E. Brouse, Vice President; R. B. Hampson, Cashier; 

Myron Milice, H. B. Wells, K. L. Haglund, Assistant Cashiers ; J. G. Reed, Trust Officer. 
Directors— C. E. Brouse, W. B. Clancy, W. G. Fraser, S. H. Herrick, W. A. Johnson, F. A. 

Tetley, F. O. Dolson, E. H. Wood, J. W. Wells, C. L. Reynolds, C. Van Zwaluwenburg. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Court 
Trusts 


Private 
Trusts 


Combined 


Resources 
Loans and discounts, including rediscounts- 








United States securities owned . . 








All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 
thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 


$50,000 00 
3,378 16 


$50,000 00 
1,308 94 


$100,000 00 
4,687 10 










6 25 


6 25 


Other resources - 














Totals - - 


$53,378 16 


$51,315 19 


$104,693 35 


LUBILITIES 






$50,000 00 


$50,000 00 


$100 000 00 






Reserve for interest, taxes, etc., accrued and unpaid 








Deposits of money received from executors, administrators, 
guardians, assignees, receivers or trustees 


3,378 16 


1,306 44 
6 25 
2 50 


4,684 60 
6 25 






2 50 








Totals 


$53,378 16 


$51,315 19 


$104,693 35 



Tbdst Resotikces 


Court Trusts 


Trust Liabilities 


Court Trusts 


Personal assets received from executors, 
administrators, guardians, assignees, 
receivers or trustees 


$3,378 16 


Personal assets received from executors, 
administrators, guardians, assignees, 
receivers or trustees 


$3,378 16 




Trusts held in capacity of executor, 
administrator, guardian, assignee, 




















Private trusts, specially designated and 
construed as court trusts under 












Total 




Total.. - 


$3,378 16 


$3,378 16 









REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



295 



CITIZENS NATIONAL TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK OF LOS ANGELES. 
LOS ANGELES. N. T. 40 

Officers— F. R. Alvord, John Burbaw, R. D. Davis, J. E. Faucett, F. E. Forker, H. D. Ivey, 
L. O. Ivey, C. Sumner James, Frank C. Mortimer, E. T. Pettigrew, C. A. Rude, J. M. 
Kugg, Dain Sturges, Halcott B. Thomas. K. B. Wilson, F. B. Gonzales, Vice Presidents ; 
Val J. Grund, Vice President and Cashier; Alex S. Cowie, F. D. LeBold, H. P. Tracy, 
Junior Vice Presidents; J. Bert Easley, Assistant to the President; H. W. Underbill, 
Manager, Mortgage Loan Department; W. E. Pinney, Auditor; S. W. Bugbee, C. E. 
Case, E. P. Cheverton, Ralph Edwards, Earle S. Lusby, A. M. Mathews, Ford E. Prior, 
B. B. Reynolds, Wm. H. Schroeder, J. R. St. John, B. A. Steen, F. L. Thompson, George 
H. Treide. E. B. Warner. Jas. A. Weiss. Eoyd J. Wickham, Assistant Cashiers; J. W. 
Bachman, Frank A. Ford, Victor T. Johnson, W. A. McFarlane, Carl P. Smith, R. N. 
Slater, Assistant Trust Officers ; H. C. Boehni, N. E. Mudge, Assistant Secretaries ; E. R. 
Arner, Assistant Auditor; Jay A. Cox, Assistant Manager, Broadway Office. 

Directors — M. J. Connell, Chairman of Board; Jesse B. Alexander, Chas. G. Andrews, Dr. W. 
W. Beckett, Clark J. Bonner, John Burbaw, L. J. Christopher, E. P. Clark, W. H. Corn- 
stock, Robert E. M. Cowie, Albert Crtitcher, W. A. Paris, J. E. Faucett, Frank A. Garbutt, 
Roger Goodan, J. M. Hale, Wm. J. Hunsaker, Willis G. Hunt, Robert E. Hunter, William 
A. Innes, H. D. Ivey, L. O. Ivey. C. Sumner James, Edwin Janss, J. B. Eeonis, Reese 
Llewellyn, Edgar L. Marston, John G. Mott. P. H. O'Neil, E. T. Pettigrew, F. X. 
Pfaffinger, Samuel K. Rindge, C. A. Rude, J. M. Rugg, O. Rey Rule, Calvin M. Seeley, 
Spencer Thorpe, George W. Walker, E. C. Wilson. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Court 

Trusts 


Private 
Trusts 


Combined 


Resources 








United States securities owned . _ _ _ 








All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 
thereon, less all cfTsetting bond adjustment accounts 


S400,000 00 


$100,000 00 


$500,000 00 


































Totals... 

LUBILITTES 

Amount segregated for protection of court and private 


$400,000 00 


$100,000 00 


$500,000 00 


trusts, national banks only 

All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid. 


$400,000 00 


$100,000 00 


$500,000 00 


Reserve for interest, taxes, etc., accrued and unpaid 








Deposits of money received from executors, administrators, 
guardians, assignees, receivers or trustees. 
































Totals.- . - - 


$400,000 00 


$100,000 00 


$500,000 00 







Trust Rbsoubces 


Court Trusts 


Trust Lubilities 


Court Trusts 


Personal assets received from executors, 
administrators, guardians, assignees. 




Personal assets received from executors, 
administrators, guardians, assignees, 




Trust investments, personal property. . . 
Trust investments, real property 


$5,626,863 03 

2,068,347 19 

95,764 70 


Trasts held in capacity of executor, 
administrator, guardian, assignee, 
receiver or trustee 

Private trusts, specially designated and 
construed as court trusts, under 


$7,790,974 92 














Total... 




Total 


$7,790,974 92 


$7,790,974 92 







296 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF ORANGE. ORANGE. N. T. 41 

Officers — N. T. Edwards, President; K. E. Watson, D. F. Campbell, Willard Smith, E. W. 

Bolinger, Vice Presidents ; W. F. Kogler, Cashier, B. J. Fletcher, Roy Edwards, F. T. 

Goode, Assistant Cashiers. 
Directors — F. h. Ainsworth, E. W. Bolinger, D. F. Campbell, F. C. Drumm, N. T. Edwards, 

P. W. Ehlen, L. W. Evans, W. H. Flippen, W. D. Granger, L. D. Gunther, R. W. Jones, 

W. W. Perry, D. C. Pixley, J. R. Porter, Willard Smith, Herman Struck, K. E. Watson. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Court 
Trusts 


Private 

Trusts 


Combined 


Resources 
Loans and discounts, including rediscounts 
















All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 
thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 


$50,000 00 


$58,000 00 


$108,000 00 




















60 00 


50 00 


100 00 






Totals - 


$50,050 00 


$58,050 00 


$108,100 00 


Liabilities 

Amount segregated for protection of court and private 

trusts, national banks only ._ 

All undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid. 




$50,000 00 


$58,000 00 


$108,000 00 


Reserve for interest, taxes, etc. , accrued and unpaid 








Deposits of money received from executors, administrators. 










50 00 


50 00 


100 00 














Totals 


$50,050 00 


$58,050 00 


$108,100 00 







Trust Resources 


Court Trusts 


Trust LuBiLiTiEa 


Court Trusts 


Personal assets received from executors 
administrators guardians assignees 




Personal assets received from executors 
administrators guardians assignees 




Trust investments, personal property... 
Trust investments, real property 


$35,638 00 
4,500 00 
4!,786 63 


Trusts held in capacity of executor, 
administrator, guardian, assignee 
receiver or trustee 

Private trusts, specially designated and 
construed as court trusts, under 


$44,924 63 














Total 




Total - .- 


$44,924 63 


$44,924 63 









REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 297 

FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF ALHAMBRA. ALHAMBRA. N. T. 42 

Officers — L. D. Bedford, President ; C. E. Strifier, Gage Shannon, Vice Presidents ; W. H. 

Bedford, Cashier ; H. C. Mound, G. B. Esslinger, A. C. Murphy, Assistant Cashiers. 
Directors— L. D. Bedford, C E. Strifler, W. S. Chase, J. D. McLeod, F. Q. Story, B. F. 

Parker, J. W. McCIuskey, Gage Shannon, W. S. Kellow. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Court 
Trusts 


Private 
Trusts 


Combined 


Resources 












$24,600 00 
25,995 60 


$24,600 00 


All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 
thereon, less all offsetting bond adjustment accounts 


$50,645 83 


76,641 43 


































Totals - - - 

LlABILITreS 


$50,645 83 


$50,595 60 


$101,241 43 


trusts, national barks only _ . . . 


$50,645 83 


$50,595 60 


$101,241 43 










Deposits of money received from executors, administrators. 
































Totals... - 


$50,645 83 


$50,595 60 


$101,241 43 







Trust Resources 


Court Trusts 


Trust Lubiutibs 


Court Trusts 


Personal assets received from executors, 
administrators, guardians, assignees. 




Personal assets received from executors, 
administrators, guardians, assignees. 








Trusts held in capacity of executor, 
administrator, guardian, assignee, 
receiver or trustee 

Private trusts, specially designated and 
construed as court trusts, under 










Due from banks 




$1,004 77 


Cash on hand 


$1,004 77 






Total 




Total 


$1,004 77 


$1,004 77 









298 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



PACIFIC NATIONAL BANK OF SAN FRANCISCO. 

N. T. 43 



SAN FRANCISCO. 



Officers — J. W. Mason, Chairman of the Board; H. R. Gaither, President; V. R. Pentecost, 
Vice President and Cashier; Homer Pitner, Vice President and Secretary; E. O. Kaufmann, 
M. C. Gibson, Vice Presidents ; J. T. Morrice, Assistant Cashier ; B. Kellmann, Assistant 
Trust Officer. 

Directors — Geo. W. Caswell, D. E. Harris, J. A. Heineberg, Richard C. Hyland, D. W. 
Johnston, H. M. Lorber, Samuel Meyer, Dr. Jens Molgaard, Wm. J. Schultz, Chas. H. 
Sooy, S. C. Symon, Roy C. Ward, George F. Byrne, Oliver D. Old. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Court 
Trusts 


Private 
Trusts 


Combined 


Resources 
















All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 
thereon, less all offspttin? bond adjustment accounts 


$127,886 30 


$100,000 00 


$227,886 30 


































Totals. 


$127,886 30 


$100,000 00 


$227,886 30 


LlABtLITIBS 




trusts, national banks only . - - . __. 


$127,886 30 


$100,000 00 


$227,886 30 














Deposits of money received from executors, administrators, 
































Totals 


$127,886 30 


$100,000 00 


$227,886 30 



REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



299 



THE LA JOLLA NATIONAL BANK OF SAN DIEGO. LA JOLLA. N. T. 44 

Officers — Karl Kenyon. President; R. C. Bulger, Vice President; Deane M. Plaister, Vice 
President and Cashier; Mark H. Slosson, Vice President and Trust Officer; Sibley Sellew. 
Assistant Cashier; Willard \V. Penry, Assistant Trust Officer. 

Directors— F. L. Brown, R. C. Bulger, W. C. Crandall, K. E. Davis, J. F. Duthie, J. Faudoa, 
Dr. S. T. Gillispie, G. E. Harbaugh, Louis M. Henoch. Maior Geo. C. Hicks, Jr., Karl 
Kenyon, Deane ^I. Plaister, Dr. Foster S. Post, H. E. Rhoads, Dr. Sidney J. Smith, Ross 
White. 

STATEMENT OF JUNE 29, 1929 





Court 
Trusts 


Private 

Trusts 


Combined 


Resources 
















All other bonds, warrants and securities, including premium 
thereon, less M offsetting bond adjustment accounts 


$50,000 00 


$50,000 00 


$100,000 00 


































Totals 


$50,000 00 
$50,000 00 


$50,000 GO 
$50,000 00 


$100,000 00 


LlAUILITlES 

Amount segregated for protection of court and private 


$100,000 00 














Deposits of money received from executors, administrators. 
































Totals 


$50,000 00 


$50,000 00 


$100,000 00 



STATE BANKS 



DEPOSITS UNCLAIMED FOR MORE THAN 
TEN YEARS 



REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



303 



DEPOSITS UNCLAIMED FOR MORE THAN TEN YEARS 
As of January 1. 1929 



Name 



Location 



Amount 



Sacramento Valley Bank 

Bank of Cambria—. 

Butte County Savings Bank 

Colusa County Bank, The 

Citizens Bank 

Bank of Davis 

Bank of Folaom._ 

Scott Valley Bank 

Bank of Hueneme - -. 

Kingsburg Bank 

Bank of Lincoln ._ 

Farmers and Merchants Bank _-_ _.. 

Bank of America of California _ . _ 

California Bank 

Security Trust and Savings Bank 

Bank of Martinez 

Northern California Bank of Savings 

Stanislaus County Savings Bank _. 

Central Savings Bank ol Oakland 

Farmers and Merchants Savings Bank 

Oakland Bank, The 

Orange Savings Bank 

Bank of A. Levy, Inc _ 

Citizens Savings Bank of Pasadena 

First Trust and Savings Bank of Pasadena 

Bank of Pinole 

Bank of Point Arena 

Pomona Commercial and Savings Bank 

Bank of Tehama County 

Security Savings Bank of Riverside 

California Trust and Savings Bank 

San Bernardino Valley Bank 

San Diego Trust and Savings Bank 

Security Trust and Savings Bank of San Diego. 

American Trust Company 

Anglo Cal ifcrnia Trust Company 

Bank of Montreal, San Francisco 

Canadian Bank of Commerce 

Crocker First Federal Trust Company 

Donohue, Kelly Banking Company, The 

Hibernia Savings and Loan Society 

San Francisco Bank, The 

Wells Fargo Bank and Union 1 rust Company.. 

Yokohama Specie Bank, Ltd., The 

First Savings Bank 

Bank of San Pedro 

Bank of Sin Rafael 

Peoples Savings Bank 

Santa Cruz Bank of Savings and Loan 

Sebastapol Sivings Bank 

Bank of Lassen County 

Bank of Alex. Brown 

Pajaro Valley Savings Bank 

Home Savings Bank of Whittier. _ _ 

Bank of Yolo, The 



Cambria 

Chico 

Colusa 

Corona... 

Davis 

Folsom 

Fort Jones 

Hueneme 

Kingsburg 

Lincoln 

Long Beach 

Los Angeles 

Los Angeles 

Los Angeles 

Martinez 

Marys ville 

Oakdale 

Oakland 

Oakland 

Oakland 

Orange 

Oxnard 

Pasadena 

Pasadena 

Pinole 

Point Arena 

Pomona 

Red Bluff 

Riverside 

Sacramento 

San Bernardino 

San Diego 

San Diego 

San Francisco.. 
San Francisco.. 
San Francisco.. 
San Francisco. - 
San Francisco.. 
San Francisco,. 
San Francisco.. 
San Francisco.. 
San Francisco.. 
San Francisco.. 

San Jacinto 

San Pedro 

San Rafael 

Santa Cruz 

Santa Cruz 

Sebastapol 

Susanville 

Walnut Grove.. 

Watsonville 

Whittier 

Woodland 



$699 36 

301 73 
539 22 

302 89 
43 49 

179 00 

103 32 

19 35 

11 20 

87 04 

296 25 

57 70 

95,110 80 

26,603 59 

47,016 02 

172 40 

437 01 

751 04 

16,156 44 

1,758 78 

4,649 77 

949 42 

622 16 

109 18 

1,232 26 

1,055 57 

28 16 

639 95 

229 53 

2,301 80 

2,765 46 

912 27 

37 98 

611 15 

60,235 43 

1,746 65 

239 64 

9,859 73 

14,0.54 22 

1,245 81 

177,347 40 

113,453 07 

58,682 56 

673 48 

1,208 15 

288 59 

81 27 

489 65 

2,668 58 

310 17 

625 48 

471 21 

556 93 

39 03 

504 36 



304 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



DEPOSITS UNCLAIMED FOR MORE THAN TEN YEARS— Continued 

Asof January 1, 1929 

Sacramento Valley Bank, at Biggs 



Name 



Last known address 



Alive or dead 


Amount 


Unknown 


S13 34 




33 83 


Unknown _ 


54 00 


Unknown 


15 30 




45 55 




20 75 


Alive --- 


11 10 


Unknown . 


21 18 


Unknown 


20 65 


Unknown 


87 94 


Unknown 


14 37 


Unknown 


10 00 


Unknown 


16 65 


Unknown 


18 94 


Unknown 


25 00 


Unknown 


35 00 


Unknown 


33 05 


Unknown 


12 00 


Unknown 


10 38 


Unknown 


19 07 


Unknown . 


26 76 


Unknown 


20 00 


Unknown 


32 01 


Unknown 


11 13 


Unknown . 


12 91 




33 37 


Alive 


45 08 



Albers Lateral Ditch Co 

Biggs Fireman, J. M. Brough, Treas 

California Rice Milling Co., Account A, 

Doty 

Carson Colony No. 2 

Chatfield and Smith: Trtat Account 

Fuller, F. and A 

Gridley Percheron Horse Association, A. L. 

Kaiser, Secretary 

Harrigan, Mrs. B 

Himnan, L. B 

Hoke, Mrs. Joe _ 

Jacobsen, K 

Jensen, Christ 

Junior Red Cross 

Kimball, Ella liouisa 

Lawrence, Phil E 

Mohamed, John, No. 2 

Obermeyer, T. F. A 

Ohlsen, Chas _ 

Ross, Hilbert _. 

Sinnwell, John 

Spangler, E 

Stoudt and Schalow, Contract 

Whitney, Ival 

Carson Colony No. 2* 

Carson School, c /o Mrs. Price* 

Glenn Junior Red Cross, c/o Mrs. Crook*. 
Jimior Red Cross, c /o Frankit Miller, Treas.* 



Biggs 

Biggs 

Biggs 

Unknown.. 

Biggs 

Biggs 

Biggs 

Rio Bonito 

Biggs 

Cromberg- 

Biggs 

Biggs 

Biggs 

Biggs 

Unknown.. 

Biggs 

Biggs 

Unknown.. 

Biggs 

Richvale. . 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 

Weed 

Butte City. 
Butte City. 

Glenn 

Butte City. 



1699 36 



Note — Sacramento Valley Bank has been in voluntary liquidation since January 14, 1929, and all unclaimed deposits 
will be paid into the state treasury pursuant to law. 
*Unable to locate year date. Over 10 years. 

Bank of Cambria, at Cambria 



Costello, Henry . . . 


Cambria . . _ 


Unknown 

Unknown _. 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 


S30 00 


Escrow - 


Cambria -. _. 


161 00 


Garcia, Antone 


Cambria 


50 50 






46 93 






13 30 










$301 73 



Butte County Savings Bank, at Chico 



Brown,Elizabeth Alice, by Mrs. C. J. Brown 

Krasny, Emil 

Roberts, Margaret Ilene, by J. D. Roberts. 

Schetgen, Jacob 

Smith, Esther Ezell, by Gladys Smith 

Wilde, W. C. or Mrs. W. C 

Wilson, Roy.- 



Chico 
Chico 
Chico 
Chico 
Chico 
Chico 
Chico 



Unknown 


$65 92 


Unknown 


70 12 


Unknown 


23 61 


Unknown. 


227 72 


Unknown 


45 21 


Unknown _. 


59 94 


Unknown 


46 70 



S539 22 



The Colusa County Bank, at Colusa 



Ball, W. C. 




Unknown 

Unknown 

,'lnknown 

U jknown 

Unknown 


$51 20 


Crews and Duncan . . . ... 


Maxwell .... . . 


102 06 


McDonald, George.. 


Princeton 


20 65 


Frey, Mrs. Mary 


Maxwell 


16 65 


Van Winkle, F. A 


Colusa 


112 33 








$302 89 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



305 



DEPOSITS UNCLAIMED FOR MORE THAN TEN YEARS— Continued 

Asof January 1,1929 

Citizens Bank, at Corona 



Name 


Last known address 


Alive or dead 


Amount 




914 Victoria Ave., Corona 


Unknown 

Unknown 


$12 65 




30 84 










$43 49 



Bank of Davis, at Davis 



C. D. HiJIman... 

Nugent, Frank S. 
Sanders. P. L 



Paao Robles, California Unknown 



$179 00 



Bank of Folsom, at Folsom 



Bryant, J. W 

Eklund, A. M., Trustee. 

Miller, Robert 

Morgan, W 



Folsom. - 

Natoma. 



Kingsburg. 
Kingsburg. 
Kingsburg. 
Kingsburg. 



Unknown. 
Unknown. 



Unknown. 

Alive 

Unknown. 
Unknown. 



$13 32 
90 00 



$103 32 



Scott Valley Bank, at Fort Jones 


Hall, Perrv J. 


Fort Jones 


Unknown 


$19 35 






Bank of Huenenie, at Hueneme 


Cole, R. H. 


Hueneme 


Unknown 


$11 20 






Kingsburg Bank, at Kingsburg 



$10 39 
12 19 
10 00 
54 46 

$87 04 



Bank of Lincoln, at Lincoln 



Caldwell, 0. A . .. . 


Lincoln 

Lincoln . . 


Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Dead 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown _ 

Unknown 

Unknown 


$12 50 




10 00 


Cox, Robert Sturgeon 


12 87 




Lincoln.. 

Lincoln 

Lincoln 


15 24 


Erguy, Baptiste 

Erwin, Mrs. Jane 


64 87 
47 11 


Falconer, J. H 




11 69 


Kelly, Ira D 

Kurahara, F. T 

Stowell, W. L. 


Lincoln 

Lincoln 


55 34 
36 63 
20 00 


Sullivan, John.. 


Lincoln.- 


10 00 




$296 25 





Farmers and Merchanis Bank of Long Beach, at Long Beach 




Dunlap, Elizabeth 




Unknown 

Unknown 


$14 69 


Spoberg, Ole B - 


Unknown 


43 01 










$57 70 



20—69903 



306 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



DEPOSITS UNCLAIMED FOR MORE THAN TEN YEARS— Continued 

As of January 1, 1929 

Bank of America of California, at Los Angeles 



Name 



Last known address 



Alive or dead 



Amount 



Antioch Brancli 

Anderson, Paul 

Balian, Pierre 

Francisco, G 

Heitman , Lena 

Lewis, Eiiith J 

Mario, John _ 

Nelson, H. A -..._._ 

Singh, Braun 

Sattwal, B 

Alameda Branch 
Sittman, Geo. A _- 

Auburn Branch 

Darby, Francis W 

Marmagee, Geo 

Marshall, Emma M 

Nuris, Chris D 

Sanford, Annie L 

Bal<ersfie!d Branch 

Anderson, J. B.__ 

Caetano, Frank - 

Dennen, Cecil - 

Dorcey , R. C 

Dunlap, Mrs. C. or E. J 

Durst, M. L. Adm 

Fasching, Mi s. E. I 

Foust, Mrs. E. B 

Garn, Don C - - - 

Gundlach, Maxine L 

Hathaway, C. S 

Katz, Max 

Kennedy, Leona 

Kern County Land and Development Co 

Little, 0. W -- 

Morgan, Ed. E 

McGinn, John L 

0' Riley , Orey 

Parker, Jay G.-_ 

Porter, J. H. (special) 

Ralph, John and Laura _ 

Roycroft, J. C 

Schiaron, S. J 

Seager, Margaret 

So,BiU 

Sullivan, F. M.. 

Sweany, L — 

Tatum. J. W 

Van Corkelberger 

Verriani, Tecfilo_ 

Vlasnik, Mrs. Jal, Jr __- 

Waldon, Jas. Gordon 

Wallace, W. C 

Withiuglon, Lyle, Agent - - - 

Garcia, Ermelinda 

First of Kern, Bakersfield Branch 

Galligan , John 

Vecciani . Tacfilo 

Berkeley Branch 

Battles, Geo. H -^-. 

Borland, .\gncs (Hart) 

Campbell, Mabel 

Carr. Geo.T 

Olassof 1006, U. ofC 

Flicgc, Mrs. Hanna 

Isenbcrg, Rudolph 

Isenberg. Virginia 

Kelley, Catherine 

Mmc H^3pital Fund (Lila C.) -- 

Pistol , John.- - - 

Reinhard t, Wm 

Schneider, Mav H 

Soulas, Marie S - 

Storritts, Herbert J _ 

Woodward, Mrs. Martha W 



Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 



1247 N. Alexandria ave., Hollywood. 



Auburn. 
Auburn. 
Auburn . 
Auburn. 
Auburn. 



Wasco 

Unknown 

Unkno^vn 

Unknown 

Unknown 

630 P St., Bakersfield 

114 Truxtun, Bakersfield 

Unknown 

2509 19th St., Bakersfield.... 
2130 21st St., Bakersfield... 

Taft. 

Unknown 

Rio Bravo 

Unknown 

1212 Flower st., Bakersfield. 

Reward 

Fairbanks, Alaska 

Oil Center 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Oildale 

Unknown 

1818 Chester, Bakersfield. . 

Bakersfield 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Fellows 

Unknown. 

Unknown 

Unknown 

928 Humboldt. Bakersfield.. 
1300 Flower, Bakersfield.... 

1217 Nile, Bakersfield 

San Diego 

Imperial Hotel. Station A.. 



Unknown 

Unknown 



2841 Regent st., Berkeley 

2255 Piedmont ave., Berkeley... 

1360 Scenic ave., Berkeley 

Carr ville 

U. of C, Berkeley 

2132 Derby St., Berkeley. 

2702 Dwight Way, Berkeley 

2702 Dwight Wav, Berkeley 

1240 \Vi\vK St.. Berkeley. 

J. H. Wheeler. Secretary, Ryan. 

1G24 Bonita. Berkeley 

1134 W. 20th St.. Los Angeles... 

66 Hillcrost Road, Berkeley 

2323 College ave., Berkeley 

9 Canvon rd., Berkeley 

2436 Virginiast., Berkeley 



Unknown. 
Unknown. 

Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 

Unknown. 

Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 

Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown, 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown 
Unknown 
Unknown 
Unknown, 
Unknown, 
Unknown, 
Unknown, 
Unknown 
Unknown 
Unknown 
Unknown 
Unknown 
Unknown 
Unknown 
Unknown 
Unknown 

Unknown 
Unknown 

Unknown 
Unknown 
Unknown 
Unknown 
Unknown 
Unknown 
Unknown 
Unknown 
Unknown 
Unknown 
Unknown 
Unknown 
Unknown 
Unknown 
Unknown 
Unknown 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



307 



DEPOSITS UNCLAIMED FOR MORE THAN TEN YEARS— Continued 

Asof January 1,1929 

Bank of America of California, af Los Angeles— Continued 



Name 



Brentwood Branch 

Oak Street Garage _-. 

Vance. W. N _ 

Chino Branch 

Crump, Horace E 

McCliiitocli, R. J 

Mills, I. L 

Picaso , Masedonio _. 

Reed. Cora A 

Woodruff. C.C 

Colfax Branch 

Copps. A. W 

Crawford. C.J 

Hill, Mrs. Caroline 

Kelly, John. 

Morrison, Mary V 

Powers. J. H __ 

StroDibcrg, Elia 

WTiitaker. W. R __. 

Whitten, F. W 

Colton Branch 

Bernahe. Ben 

Eisenmayer, Mrs. W. T. S.- __ 

Fleminp. T. J., Trustee. 

Hearn.S. E.... 

Hiramachi, H. M 

Hotel Anderson 

Irish, Mrs. Anna M 

Kennedy, W. M 

Lebedin, John 

Moore, W. M 

Morris, S.G 

Myers, Mrs. Mattie 

Newcomb. D. A 

Rose, N. A _ 

Southworth, Dan. 

Tripp. E. S 

Wood, Omas 

Worm, J. B 

Dixon Branch 
Ludlow, W.C 

Dunsmuir Branch 
Raish, George _. _ 

Exeter Branch 

Boyd, J. M 

Bose, W. H 

Fowler Branch 
Amano, T 

Baldarama. M 

Clayton, W. A 

Dickey, J. A 

Haynes, Milo 

Khasigian, Arshaloss 

Miyamoto, S __. 

Paloutzian, K. A 

Ramge 

Simoncon. George P. Der. _ 

Singh, Bagal 

Singh, Indar 

Singh, Sant . 

Tenant, J. K 

Torozian, H 

Yamane, I 

Fresno Branch 

McCreerv, Mr. and Mrs. W. P 

Aughe, F. M 

Austin. Lloyd. _ _ __. 

Cook. Samuel S 

Condon, Mrs. Olive P. or Frank.. _ 

Freitas. Charles L 

French, Fred Eugene 



Last known address 



Brentwood. 
Unknown.. 



Chino. 
Chino. 
Chino. 
Chmo. 
Chino- 
Chino. 



Colfax. 
Colfax. 
Colfax. 
Colfax. 
Colfax. 
Colfax. 
Colfax. 
Colfax. 
Colfax. 



Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 

Colton 

Colton 

Bannmg... 
Banning... 
Banning... 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 



Dixon. 



Castella. 



Unknown. 
Unknown. 



Fowler 

Fowler 

Fowier. 

Fowler 

Fowler 

Fowler 

Fowler 

Fowler 

Fowler 

Route A, Fowler. 

Fowler 

Fowler 

Bradford Island.. 

Fowler.. 

Fowler 

Fowler 



1601 Westave.. 

170 Nielson ave... 

1436 Kst 

Fresno 

301 Brix Apts., Fresno. 

267 Nielson ave 

3264 Piatt ave., Fresno. 



Alive or dead 


Amount 


Unknown 


$11 81 


Dead 


19 30 


Unknown 


54 50 


Unknown 


22 05 


Unknown. 


14 66 


Unknown 


13 10 


Unknown 


158 02 


Unknown 


43 68 


Unknown 


19 92 


Unknown 


54 70 


Unknown 


88 43 


Dead 


10 00 


Unknown. 


14 12 


Unknown.. 


95 30 


Unknown.. . . 


77 00 


Dead . 


5 13 


Dead 


22 20 


Unknown. .. .. 


32 75 


Unknown 


24 08 


Dead 


17 34 


Unknown... ... 


32 70 


Unknown 


98 00 


Unknown 


29 54 


Unknown 


47 47 


Unknown... . . 


15 89 


Unknown 


64 00 


Unknown 


24 66 


Unknown... . 


18 00 


Unknown. 


453 00 


Unknown 


90 42 


Unknown... . . 


56 67 


Dead... . . 


21 25 


Unknown. 


75 20 


Unknown 


43 75 


Unknown 


88 32 


Unknown 


43 10 


Unknown.. 


75 55 


Unknown 


20 15 


Dead 


18 13 


Unknown 


72 41 


Unknown 


18 78 


Unknown 


19 00 


Unknown 


23 50 


Unknown. 


53 50 


Unknown .. ... 


22 50 


Unknown. 


13 50 


Unknown 


12 26 


Unknown 


140 00 


Unknown 


14 75 


Unknown 


140 00 


Unknown 


240 00 


Unknown 


16 44 


Unknown 


52 55 


Unknown. 


27 50 


Unknown 


70 00 


Unknown 


14 05 


Unknown . 


30 39 


Unknown. 


14 24 


Unknown 


42 62 


Unknown 


18 73 


Unknown 


13 92 


Unknown 


10 42 



308 



REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



DEPOSITS UNCLAIMED FOR MORE THAN TEN YEARS— Continued 

Asof January 1,1929 

Bank of America of California, af Los Angeiss— Continued 



Name 



Last known address 



Alive or dead 



Fresno Branch— Conlinued 

GifEn, Lelaiid A 

Harrison, Dorothy E. or A. D 

Hill, Matilda L _ 

Harmonson, L. C 

Jensen, Lillian 

Johnson, Ole 

Norris, Trustee for Wm. Norris 

Pantovich, J. R 

Patterson, Maurice 

Rucker , Maxine 

Sharer, Ralph V 

Temperance Colony Sunday School 

Grass Valley Branch 

Brunstetter, August ._ 

Fatigas, James and Gus Nijas 

GiUette, King C 

Pope, Joe 

Woods, Henry 

Hollister Branch 
Lubich, John 

La Habra Branch 

Favela, F 

Hamilton, Mrs. M.. 

Waer, Frank 

Lodi Branch 

For wood, Mrs. Mary A. _ _ 

Freeman, Syble N 

Ichikawa, Shi Sue 

Todd, Glenn 

Los Angeles Branch, at 7th and Spring 

Bridges, Arch May 

Bullion Mountain Mines Corporation 

Cotter, Chas. P. or Mrs 

Ennis, L. H 

Germain, Clare 

Gilson, Hiram__ _ 

Gotthelf, Claude 

Jessip, F 

Kiernan, W. H 

Kiser, Mrs. John F 

Kruna, R. P 

Mangold , Anton 

McCoy, Charles B. or Gereta E... 

Rhodes, E. May 

Silisbury and North 

Signal Film Corporation 

Stough, 0. J 

Stroud, T.F 

Walker, Wm 

Wheeler and Sweet.-. 

Los Angeles Branch, at 302 S. Spring st. 

Baker, Rachel 

Blaney, C. W 

Byrne, James H 

Collette, Dorothy 

Cook, Ada 

Danforth, Mattie C 

Dietrich, Fred or Anna 

Ewing, P. A 

Frazier, Alice A.. 

Gordon, Frank W 

Gordon, Lottie H 

Gordon, Mary L 

Havens, Pearl E. and Charlotte A. Dinsmore 

Johnson, Mr.s. Margarette 

Krystosiak, Edward A 

Le Siint, Stella Razita 

Marre, Angele L 

Novak, Joseph 

Peratis, Athanasios Theo 

Rosebud Theatre by R. Stern 

Rosenberg, Leo Alfred 



1863 Fst., Fresno 

1220 Ost., Fresno. 

631 Est., Fresno 

Tranquillity 

Oleander 

Fresno 

Fresno 

334 Effiest 

Monrovia 

1326Kst 

R. R. No. 8 box 63 

Fresno 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Grass Valley 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Hodister 

La Habra 

La Habra 

La Habra 

Lodi 

Lodi 

Lodi 

Lodi 

Lola Apts -. 

1203 HoUingsworth Bldg.... 

1026 Grange St... 

42 St. James Park 

326 S. Miin 

Abbey Hotel, 8th and Figueroa 

1506 3rd ave 

Arizona 

9 1 4 Title Insurance Bldg 

Alexandria Hotel 

New York City 

Unknown 

718W.49thst 

S30 Park View 

819 Merchants National Bank Bldg, 

456 S. P.isadena ave 

4th and Iw st 

2297 W. 23rd st 

Soldiers Home, Sawtelle 

517 Fay Bldg 

1546 W. 7th st 

919 Denver ave 

3221/2 N. Hill st 

3105 Raymond ave 

226 S. Madison ave 

682Kippst 

315 Lankershim Bldg 

1694 Lucille ave 

710 W. Istst 

225 N. Griffin ave 

P.O. box 267, Glendaie 

1614 Grimercy pi 

525 W. 7th St., San Pedro 

3000 Leewrlave 

1667E. 33rlst 

131 S.Grand ave 

Port Sin Luis 

Torrey st. and Woodward ave 

6th and Mateo st --- 

1940 Central ave 

2360W. 3l6t8t 



Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown- 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown- 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 

Unknown. 
Unknown- 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 

Dead 

Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 

Unknown- 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 

Unknown. 
Unknown- 
Unknown- 
Unknown- 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown . 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown- 
Unknown - 

Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown- 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown- 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
L^nknown. 
Unknown. 
TInknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 



REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



309 



DEPOSITS UNCLAIMED FOR MORE THAN TEN YEARS— Continued 

As of January 1, 1929 

Bank of America of California, af Los Angeles— Continued 



Name 



Alive or dead 


AmouEt 


Unknown 


$28 39 


Unknown 


87 32 


Unknown__ 


1,653 25 


Unknown 


20 59 


Unknown 


48 59 


Unknown 


31 03 


Unknown __ 


827 68 


Unknown 


26 69 


Unknown 


361 89 


Unknown 


21 38 


Unknown 


26 63 


Unknown 


21 39 


Unknown 


17 50 


Unknown 


146 73 


Unknown 


54 50 


Unknown 


668 67 


Unknown 


626 83 


Unknown _ ... 


64 76 


Unknown 


64 40 


Unknown 


529 00 


Unknown 


329 00 


Unknown 


69 00 


Unknown 


139 00 


Unknown _. 


56 60 


Unknown 


32 06 


Unknown 


75 55 


Unknown 


212 08 


Unknown 


100 00 


Unknown 


167 00 


Unknown 


49 00 


Unknown. __ . 


99 00 


Unknown 


99 00 


Unknown 


71 00 


Unknown 


99 00 


Unknown 


28 58 


Unknown 


19 00 


Unknown 


16 75 


Unknown 


37 50 


Unknown 


44 00 


Unknown 


110 00 


Unknown 


79 05 


Unknown 


13 83 


Unknown 


24 97 


Unknown 


100 00 


Unknown 


20 28 


Unknown... __. 


10 00 


Unknown 


19 00 


Unknown 


175 23 


Unknown 


34 69 


Unknown 


10 29 


Unknown.. 


39 21 


Unknown 


232 98 


Unknown 


25 59 


Unknown 


16 85 


Unknown _. 


309 02 


Unknown 


26 90 


Unknown 


56 15 


Unknown 


76 78 


Unknown . 


90 00 


Unknown 


97 00 


Unknown 


137 25 



Los Angeles Branch, at 302 S. Spring St. 
— Continued 

Stallmeyer, J. M 

Stewart, Mrs. G.. 

Thorp, Gale J..- 

Tuttlc, Robert P 

UnitedC vlifornia Industries by R.A.Paekard 
Werner, Merrill A. or Ellen M._ 

Sixth and Main Branch 

Jones, Owen, deceased, or Jerome Staur. . 

Modesto Branch 

Davis, Clara, Trustee _- 

Hightower, M. C 

McConnell, Chas. Robt 

McConnell, Clara 

McConnell, Francis 

Seehorn, Minerva 

Shippirt, W. A 

Wadsworth, A. L 

Napa Branch 
Brown, W. S. K., Trustee of A. Hatt, Jr.. 

Brown, W. S. K., Trustee of Hatt Co 

Battini, Wm. H 

Chappell, VVm 

Clark, A. C - 

Connelly, Thomas _. 

Daely , James 

Daley, Thomas J 

Dominichela, Biagio _ _ 

Fallaty, Mrs. Crestina 

Fearless Oil Co _.. 

Grider, Loiena 

Guggia, Lorenzo ._ 

Jaegel .Higgins 

Jones, Chas. C, Trustee 

Kingsley , W. L 

Larkin, Mike 

Lowell, Geo. W 

Manion, John _ 

Mitchell, Sam S 

McLennan, Tena 

Napa Farmers Union Local _ 

Napa Growers Organization Com 

Plathner, Fritz.-- 

Smith, Peter 

Schatterlee, P. G., Guardian P. D. Weeks. 

Silva, Antonio Marcill 

Stevens, C. A 

Sullivan , John 

Thompson, Chas. A 

Von Stroble, Francis 

Vaughn, W. B 

Waite, L. C 

Nevada City Branch 

Milesi, Peter 

Peirce, W. W., Mildred and Henrietta 
Peirce, Guardians 

Eighth and Broadway Branch, Oakland 

Jonas, Willie by M. Jonas, Trustee 

Musante, Agostina 

Piccone, Pietro.-- - 

Roffinello, Antonio 

Tappero, Carlo -.. 

Villata, Felico, Trustee Ida Villata 

Pacific Grove Branch 

Beale, D. G 

Brun, J. A 

Carlin, Eva L 

Montgomery, Mrs. M. A 

Penny, M. P 



Hotel Morgan, 8lh and Hope 

404 N. Beaudry 

Artesia 

543 E. 31st St 

Imperial 

Los Angeles 

321 E. 2d St 

Modesto _ 

Stockton 

Modesto 

Modesto 

Modesto 

Modesto 

Oakdale 

Modesto 

Napa 

Napa 

Napa 

Napa 

Napa -. 

Napa 

Napa 

Napa 

Napa - 

Napa - 

Napa _ 

Napa - 

Napa 

Calistoga 

Napa 

Berkeley 

Napa -- 

Napa 

Napa 

Napa 

Napa 

Napa 

Napa 

Napa - 

Napa - 

Napa 

Napa 

Napa 

Veterans Home 

Napa 

Napa 

San Francisco 

Napa 

Crockett 

Nevada City 

638 12th St 

201 Main St., Watsonville 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown. 

567 Martin st._ 

Pacific Grove 

Pacific Grove 

Pacific Grove 

Pacific Grove 

Pacific Grove 



310 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



DEPOSITS UNCLAIMED FOR MORE THAN TEN YEARS— Continued 
r 

As of January 1,1929 

Bank of America of California, at Los Angeles— Continued 



Name 



Last known address 



Alive or dead 



Petaluma Branch 

Biiletti, Antonio 

Jorgensen, Carrie 

Kelley, Leown 

Madden, Mrs. Dennis 

Meyers, John or Annie E 

Reed, Mary 

Vitas, F.P 

Wheeler, Mrs. M. D 



Placerville Branch 

Burke, D.E 

Caprara Carlo, admr. of estate of Felino 

Maggonetti, dec 

Irving, Mrs. Willena 

Kaptarchs, P 

McCommas, F. M 

Murphy, Ellen E 

Oldficld, Oliver 

Olson, Jos. h 

Perry, W. A 

Pelley, Margaret 

Reeg, Winifred 

Rogers, Edward I 

Saucerman, Jeremiah 

Schneider, Bros 

Sherman, Mrs. R 

Smith, Mrs. Frank 

vStivers, V. H 

Taylor, W. N 

Waterman, A. G 

White, R. E 

Williams, Mrs. Teresa_ 



Red Bluff Branch 
Guelherme, Joseph 



Riverside Branch 

Jordan, Ernestine 

Rohrcr,C. F 

Voris, Mrs. U. L 



Fifth and J Branch, Sacramento 

Ashbrook, Russel Irving 

Al ves, Benjamin _ 

Basnta . _ __ 

Brazil, Frances J., minor 

Burt, Mrs. C.H 

Chase, Jennie 

Cumraings, Katherine E 

Davis, Mrs. N. A. and Richard A 

Ferguson, Augustine 

Folgese, Jose » 

Grieve, Dorothy Fern, minor 

Fentes, Manuel 

Fentes, M. E 

Frandsen, Andre.— 

Garbe, Edward __ 

Grey, Eldon 

Hagerty, James G 

Hansen, Henry Clay, minor..- - 

Hanson, Martha May, minor 

Heenan, John F -. 

Hull, Maggie and R. C 

Kearns, Katherine, minor 

Keber, Mrs. Hattie _ 

Keliam, Susannah M., guardian 

McBride, Rosalie, minor 

McMorry, P. F _.- 

Machado, Mancel Silveira. 

Maupin, Virginia Pearl 

Monson , Helena 

Myers, Chloe E. 

Nelson, Nels 

Nevis, Heanor M., minor --. 

Packard, Ivor A... _ 

PeJrick, Iwelin Louise 

Peretti, Filippo, minor 

Powell, H.O _ 



Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 
Petaluma. 



Unknown. 



Unknown 

Placerville 

Camino 

R.F.D. 1 

Shingle Springs. 

Belvedere 

Placerville 

Unknown 

Unknown 

c/o 0. 0. Reeg. 

Unknown 

Garden Valley.. 

Unknown 

Camino 

R.F.D .-. 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 



Red Bluff. 



Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 



Placerville. 

Sacramento 

Sacramento 

712 19th St 

Princeton 

Gait 

Placerville 

Auburn 

M St. Road 

104 Gibbon St 

Dixon 

Yuba City 

1519 4th St.... 

Arbuckle - 

Towle 

2219 9th St 

1112 G.St 

Placerville. 

Placerville 

llSSst 

Tudor 

1220 10th St... 

1818Nst 

614 13th St 

Los Banos 

Sacramento 

1717 24th St 

Adin.- 

Fair Oaks 

Sacramento. 

Courtland — 

Box 186, Riverside rd... 

Brownsville. 

Dixon . 

Box 1670, Redding ave. 
Western Hotel 



Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 



Unknown. 

Dead 

Dead 

Dead 

Dead 

Dead 

Unknown. 
Unknown- 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 

Dead 

Unknown. 

Dead 

Dead 

Unknown. 

Dead 

Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 



Unknown. 



Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 



Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. . 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 

Dead 

Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown - 

Dead 

Unknown- 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 



\ 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS 



311 



DEPOSITS UNCLAIMED FOR MORE THAN TEN YEARS— Continued 

Asof January 1, 1929 

Bank of America of California, at Los Angeles— Continued 



Name 



Last known address 



AJiveordead 



Amount 



Fifth and J Branch, Sacramento— Cont'd 
Prewctt, Ledervene and Elizabeth, minors _ 

Prcwett, Mrs. Geo 

Prewctt, Thelma, Jesse and Elaine 

Randall, Jennie M. H 

Raymond, R. E 

Silva, Isabella I 

Sinclair, Mrs. Lona 

Smith, G. A 

Southworth, Mrs. G. A... 

Unemura, H. K 

Vciga, Benjamin 

Vien, Chas. F 

Washington, Ivy B 

Williams, W. R., minor 

Wingard, Mrs. J. J 

Yamada, Mrs. T. and K 

Zlandich, Rudolph. 

Seventh and J Branch, Sacramento 

Addison, Mrs. Ccllie 

Bernard, Josephine E 

Burke, D.J 

Burke, George Wm 

Cameron, Mrs. Katie 

Darr, Anthony 

Hosford, Chas 

Hein , Geo 

Hoetzel, Julius 

Hulsbrink, Helen and Harry 

Irving J. E 

Janka,Lucuis, Geo.Schelcher.administrator 

Jackson, Helen J 

Kahn, Mehdi 

McCarthy, Leo 

McComisky, T , 

Murphy, Beth 

Mugford , Arthur 

Normark, Marie E 

Quong, Yuen Lung 

Rudolph, Thos. B 

Richard, Mrs. Geo 

Royal, Miss Dorothy 

Rauline , Erma 

Schluer, Ed 

Sheridan, N. P _ 

Smith, Evelyn 

Stanich, Vincent 

Silberhorn, C. W 

Thomson, Mrs. J 

Taber, Lerov 

Taylor, C. F 

Washburn, Pauline 

Reilly, Geo. C 

Savoie, Mrs. E. A 

San Bernardino Branch 
Waite, E. R __ 

Market Street Branch, San Francisco 

Ahlbach, Peter 

Alexander, A. B 

Christenson, P. C -.- 

Crane, E.R 

Dickson, Ada B. V _ 

Fillis, Christ 

Ford, F. E 

Gonyon, A. E 

Gurrin, J. M., trustee 

Hannon, Luke 

Hewitt, Thomas, trustee 

Inman, David 

Jewell, Mary E., trustee _ 

Kabisch, Frank 

Lamanni, Leonard 

Landers, Thomas 

Lewis, James D 

Liverton, Mary, trustee 

Makaras, E. . _ 



Hobart Mills 

Hobart Mills 

Hobart Mills 

523 Mst 

Sacramento 

Sacramento 

Riverside rd 

Weed-.. 

Manhattan, Nevada. 

Clarksburg 

609 Fst 

Winters 

1610 Mst 

Sacramento 

Sacramento 

1225 5th St 

604 Qst 



222 Shotwell st., San Francisco. 

Truckee 

981 2d St 

421 7th St.-.. 

County Hospital 

Pino Grande 

1210M2 8thst 

Yuba Citv— 

809 7th St 

725 7th St...-. 

1120Dst 

1921 25th St 

Perkins 

Unknown 

lOlOFst 

Unknown 

Cosumnes 

Unknown 

611 Qst 

Unknown 

1610Gst.._- 

Blue Canyon 

San Jose 

Freeport 

1016K>5thst.... 

1303 Gst 

1721 24th st 

315U8t 

Unlcnown__ _ 

3730 Madrone ave 

1003 Fst 

Tavlorsville 

R.F.D. 3, box 215, Woodland... 

1430Tst 

Riverside rd 



Barstow. 



905 Divisadero st 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Dorchester Hotel 

239 3d St.... 

461 Market st 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

2358 24th st 

Unknov,-n 

903 Ashbury 

2d and Howard 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Wailuku, Maui, T. H 

ColC. 

704ToIsom st 



Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Uidcnown. 
L'nknown. 
Uidcnown. 
LTnknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown. 



Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
L^nknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown.. 
L'nknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 



Dead. 



Dead 

Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 



$19 29 


352 82 


51 


81 


16 53 


37 


97 


26 48 


55 


96 


14 


68 


11 


57 


10 


63 


17 27 


13 


90 


13 


90 


19 58 


22 80 


24 


21 


25 


20 


43 


45 


17 43 


29 


66 


10 


12 


26 59 


10 


62 


60 


26 


13 


88 


18 


60 


25 


14 


15 


73 


29 


90 


12 


21 


10 


96 


64 


66 


54 


39 


13 


66 


103 


89 


25 


44 


16 


12 


58 83 


33 


59 


10 50 


20 27 


28 21 


28 76 


15 


43 


15 


26 


40 57 


58 69 


10 89 


20 58 


10 


71 


32 50 


18 


12 



54 03 



17 44 
10 39 
74 79 
10 81 
23 19 
31 29 
14 55 

193 90 
59 74 

282 43 
20 37 
20 73 

12 66 
1,013 77 

13 47 
39 77 

12 77 

13 07 
28 71 



312 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



DEPOSITS UNCLAIMED FOR MORE THAN TEN YEARS— Continued 

As of January 1,1929 

Bank of America of California, at Los Angeles— Continued 



Name 



Last known address 



Market Street Branch, San Francisco- 
Continued 

Meyerback, George - . 

Montgomery, Ethel Meek 

Mostaka, George 

Nick, Mike _ 

O'Donnell, Martin, admistrator 

Petersen, Paul F _ _ 

Rebbe, Miss Ida 

Roberts, Edwin 

Ross, S. S 

Russell, L. A _-_ 

Speed, Lizzie 

Stock , Joseph 

Tender, Frank 

To wnsend, W 

Udall, Philip 

Vellheim, H._ 

Werner, Johanna 

Whitney, L. Weeding 

Ackley, G. L 

Friedlander, Isadore A. or Ida A 

Johnson, May _-_ 

Kindler, Mrs. B. R 

Peters , Henry 

Williamson, A. D 

Sutter Street Branch, San Francisco 

Auger, Cecile Lily 

Auger, Cecile Lily, trustee 

Ba rbe, Francois. 

Barbier, Louise 

Bennett, Marie 

Bertraud, Eugene 

Blanc, Romain 

Bonnet, Jean 

Bordenaae, Pierre 

Bordegaray , Auguste 

Bordegary, Julia 

Campergie, Alfred and Louise 

Campscu, Bernard 

Capdevielle, Marie Jeanne 

Casassus, Antoine 

Casaubon, Anna 

Castagnette, Toza 

Chabot, J. H. or Josephine 

Chevallier, Joseph 

Clemence, Juliette Ginnnel... 

Coublucq, Madeline __. 

Daclin, Emile 

Debaigt, Marcel 

Delaques Henry 

Desperes, Pierre 

Deswattenne, Ernest _ 

Dorisse, Lucie 

Doumceq, Justice 

Ducousso, Paul 

Dufan, Henriatte 

Dunden, Patrick F 

Dupin, Alex _ 

Eymard, Marie and Alexandre 

Farrel! , Patricia 

Ferrar, Leonie 

Gabaston, Anna 

G iribal, Emil 

Giaoniini, Natalie Thomas 

Giubert, Lucie 

Grant, Elena B 

Guerrero Investment Co 

Guitt ird Co., Ino _- 

Hansen, Christine 

Hayernian, Jay 

Heinecke, Emma _ 

Hirib-.irreu, Marie.. 

Hitte, Theodore 

Holstcin, Victor 

Jerome, Lalande A 

Junqua, Pierre .._ 



Unknown 

2663 Divisadero st 

365 Market St 

Unknown 

1530 Jones St 

Unknown... 

Palo Alta... 

244 Shotwell St 

Alcatraz 

Unknown 

1281 Jackson st 

Unknown 

32 Sacramento 

Broadway Hotel 

573 Waller st 

265 Parnassus st 

450 6th st 

1010 Head Bldg 

259 6th st ---. 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

General Delivery 

1226 Wallenst 

P.O. box 270...- 1 

French Hospital 

Healdsberg, Sonoma County 

2107 A California st 

Unknown 

2051 17th ave. South 

55 Columbus st 

Unknown 

1180 Kentucky st 

3226 17th st 

1655 B Powell st 

Unknown 

5 Henry pi — 

Bakersfield, S.P. Gang No. 8 

1545 California st 

Sonoma 

464 Chetwoodst 

Unknown 

522 Elizabeth st 

1008 Larkinst 

Unknown _ 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Menlo Park, box 145 

539 E.5th8t 

2035 94th ave., Oakland 

584Haightst 

2743 McAllister st 

1378 Fairfax ave 

462 Fillmore st 

850 Vallejost 

311 Lafayette St., Stockton. 

Unknown _. 

Unknown _ 

1333 Eddy st 

Unknown. __ 

700Octaviast 

Mde. Dalores st., Helene 

754 Broadway st 

2737 Webster st 

720 Harrison st 

877 Cedar st 

1834 Steinerst.. 

122 CoUingwood st 

Unknown. _ _ 

641 Fulton St.. 

500 Francisco st 

Unknown ,^.. 

3808 Mission st ^-. 



Dead 

Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown- 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 

Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown - 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown - 
Unknown. 
Unknown- 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown - 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown - 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown- 
Unknown - 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



313 



DEPOSITS UNCLAIMED FOR MORE THAN TEN YEARS— Continued 

Asof January 1,1929 

Bank of America of California, at Los Angeles— Continued 



Name 



Sutter Street Branch, San Francisco- 
Continued 
Kalegri, Geo. J., trustee for Juiian Roy 

McBride. ._ 

Lacaie, Julie _ 

Lan ibeau, Joseph 

Lafon, Pierre 

Lassalle, Francois 

Lombard , Joseph 

MacouiUard, P 

Meunicr, Laurent Emile 

Miraniou, Louise 

Morosclc, Delphine 

Nogue, Maria 

O'Brien. Robert 

Orcier, August 

Parini, Emanuel 

Peyciet, Jean Pierre 

Petuya, Frank _ 

Pinter, Jack 

Philippe, Andre and Julie 

Prayf r , Irene 

Prince, Joseph. _ _ 

Richardson, C. T _... 

Robert. P. Cyfrien 

Roberts, Richard P 

Roraiguiere, Justine _ 

Romiguiere, Theophile .._ 

Rousseau, Arthur F 

Sahiet, Etienne 

Salet, Jean 

Sirrondo, Pierre 

Savigne, Jeanne Marie 

Schmidt, Mathilde 

Servel, Pierre 

Shea, T. P 

Tliar, Pierre... 

Turrillas, Gala 

Verges, Alexis Jean Pierre 

Walsh, Margaret 



ValleJD Branch 

Mason, James A 

Vendy, F. L 



Aoki, J. 



Turlock Branch 



San Jose Branch 
Beal, Helen L. H., trustee for Ira Ayer Beal 
Brekenshire, Mary, trustee for Roy Broken 

shire 

Hildebrandt , John 

Hutchinson, Wm. H __ 

Stevens, Mrs. Sabria A 

Grant Avenue Branch, San Francisco 
Lee, Hon i_.. _ 

Mah, Yin _ 

Stockton Branch 

Beazeau, Mrs. B 

Beebe, Delavin R 

Craig, Mrs. W. Porter 

Dower, Will A 

Ferguson, James B._. 

Frazer, P. B., treasurer 

Glenn, Mrs. Flora A 

Gross, Mrs. A 

Hinkelman, Fred ._ 

Johnson, Barbara .\nn 

Lyons, Bert or Frank __ _ 

McCarty, W. B 

Miller, Caroline A 

Murphy, M. D. or G. F 

Pacific Sugar Corporation 

Rhoden, A. L. or Celia 

Riley, Henry.. _ 

Shipley, T. A.._ _.._ 



Last known address 



1240 Jones St 

] 737 Market st., Oakland _ . 

Unknown 

116 Clement st 

Unknown 

1364 E. nth St., Oakland-. 

French Hospital 

985Gave 

Unknown 

Unknown 

675 E. 12th St.. 

515 Oakland ave., Oakland. 

Fairfax 

Unknown 

453 Market St., Riverside... 

240 Shotwell st 

800 Montgomery st 

Unknown 

729 Broadway 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

2200 Great Highway.. 

705 Vallejost 

Lorabardo Hotel . _ 

1271 Pirre 

Unknown 

Unknown 

1398 Evans ave 

1349 Murrie st 

811 Treat ave 

2699 Price st 

U.S.S. We,=t Virginia 

242 Chatmooga ave 

632 20th st 

3400 Mission st 

2437 Polk st 



233 Carolina st. 
U.S.S. Denver.. 



Turlock. 



Tulare. 



79 Magnolia ave.. 
27 S. Market pi.. 

Wheatville 

Unknown 



601 Grant ave.. 
752 Grant ave.. 



1015 S. California st... 

1048 S. Center st 

547 N. San Joacjuin st.. 

San Andreas 

Box 160, Stockton 

Stockton 

412 E. Miner ave 

429 W. Magnolia st...- 

1335 S. Aurora st 

2420 N. El Dorado St.. 
Wallace 



1228 S. American st. 
625 N. Commerce St.. 

125 E. Linsay st 

Unknown 

P.O. box 145 

807 N. EI Dorado St.. 
Unknown 



Alive or dead 



Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown., 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
L'nknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 



Unknown. 
Unknown. 



L'nknown. 



Unknown. 



Amount 



$15 12 


11 95 


1,816 75 


12 36 


28 31 


11 91 


92 62 


1,064 14 


20 11 


1,448 73 


15 18 


17 81 


14 66 


852 22 


13 48 


24 09 


66 66 


23 96 


14 39 


27 14 


14 88 


27 28 


47 80 


2,370 16 


22 85 


15 17 


1,165 48 


22 72 


28 49 


23 25 


21 08 


19 10 


37 11 


16 50 


14 83 


25 55 


436 68 


16 70 


47 00 



Unknown 


23 85 


Unknown. 


12 00 


Unknown _ 


39 00 


Unknown 


65 00 


Unknown 


29 17 


Unknown 


10 56 


Unknown 


11 83 


Unknown 


12 65 


Unknown 


14 29 


Unknown 


46 20 


Unknown 


91 29 


Dead... 


58 85 


Unknown 


10 29 


Unknown 


104 52 


Unknown 


30 34 


Unknown 


30 21 


Unknown 


85 62 


Unknown 


116 13 


Unknown 


17 73 


Unknown 


14 66 


Unknown 


157 17 


Unknown 


337 29 


Unknown 


1,595 52 


Unknown 


104 60 



314 



REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS 



DEPOSITS UNCLAIMED FOR MORE THAN TEN YEARS— Continued 

As of January 1,1929 

Bank of America of California, at Los Angeles— Continued 



Name 



Last known address 



Stockton Branch— Continued 

Singh , Battan 

Singh, Nadham 

Stevenson, Alice H., trustee 

St. Leonard, Herman 

Tabcada, Jose 

Teranishi, H 

Wilson, John A 

Women's Improvement Club 

Wooten, Mrs. A 

Williams, Henry J 

Young, H. A 

Yoshioka, Mrs. R 

783 Market Street Brancli, San Francisco 

Alexandria Apts 

Anderson, Miss Kate 

Bailey, Milton D 

Beach, I 

Bell, Mrs. A. H 

Benjamin, Mrs. Mary 

Bernhart, Marie 

Bolotinsky , Selman I 

Brunner, Chas. M 

Carsons, Chas 

Cirelli, Prospero 

Cook Alice Estelle 

Cook, Jane Gange 

Delaney, Joseph _.. 

Diamond, Chas 

Doughis, E. H. or Mrs. A. H.. 

Eberger, Michael 

Finch, May Pearl 

Fritsch, Fred 

Garland, J. R 

Greenwood, S. J 

Harkins, Michael J 

Hawkins, Clarance 

Hewlett , Palmer 

Hoenig, Maud 

Johnson. Mrs. Chas 

Kalkloser, George 

Kelly, Henry A 

Kruse, Fred, trustee for Freda Kruse. 

Larsen, Axel 

Lee, Mrs. J. M 

Lewis, Jeanette. 

Liess and Swasey 

Lipman, Dona Honig 

Lofters, Mary 

Luke, E. E 

Madison, Joseph 

Maier, Mike 

Manhattan Leone Mining Co 

Marino Improvement Association 

McBride, Mrs. R. J 

McLellan, W. W._ _._ 

Megginson, L. S 

Morgan, Maynard 

MuUooly, Mike 

Murphy, John 

Myers, Geo. J. or Kate S 

Nolan, Martin F 

Ocean Star Mining Co 

Pepion, Andrew M -_. 

Perry, Fred L. or Mary Hooper 

Pszcol, Kovaka 

Ross, George. _., 

Rothchford , James 

Scherer, Leona 

Scott, Frank J 

Sharp, H. F 

Sherman, Alexander 

Silvia, R.S _ 

Simmen , John _ 

Small, Joe L 

Snider, Dr. A. H.. 

Sorg, Helen 

Standish, L. M.,. 



Marys ville 

Unknown 

530 W. Rosest 

Courtland Hotel 

637 W. Market St 

Mandeville Island No. 27 

I.O.O.F. Bldg 

Copperopolis 

106 Moss ave 

20 S. Union St 

Lathrop 

115 S. El Dorado St 

525 Bush St. 

722 Tavlorst 

1915 Franklin St 

938 Fillmore St 

2036 Hyde St 

Colma - 

llOOO'FarrcUst 

Baltimore Hotel 

Pacific Bldg 

825 Van Ness ave 

1036 Jackson st 

Unknown 

2341 Divisadero st 

340 Eddy St 

U.S.S. Maryland 

1566 Fulton st 

10 Perry ave 

2201 Webster st 

113 VaUeyst 

Unknown 

Unknown .- 

57 Romona st 

2573 Howard st 

HoUister 

1067 Valencia st 

78 Prospect st 

Marine Barracks, Mare Island. . 
Bay Point, Contra Costa County 

1810 Broderiek st 

2728 Finest 

Unknown 

119 14th ave 

Humboldt Bank Bldg 

241 43 Geary st 

245 Leavenworth st. - . . 

174 3dst 

1434 Hyde st 

14Clarst 

519 Rial to Bldg 

Moss Beach 

1353 Geary st 

Unknown 

613 Shotwellst 

U.S. Marine Corps. 

87 3dst 

Unknown 

1080 Bush st -- 

228 Noest 

471 Monadnock Bldg.. 

Unknown 

Presidio. San Francisco.. 

Unknown.. 

Unknown 

Colton Hotel 

550 Leavenworth st 

263 12th st --.. 

376 Ellis st 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Omaha, Ncbr 

Starr Hotel 

900 Powell st 

Humboldt Bank Bldg 



Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown- 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 

Dead 

Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknovm. 

Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknovra. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown - 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown., 



REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



315 



DEPOSITS UNCLAIMED FOR MORE THAN TEN YEARS— Continued 

Asof January 1,1929 

Bank of America of California, at Los Angeles^-Coiitiuued 



Name 



Last known address 



Alive or dead 



Amount 



783 Market Street Branch, San Francisco 
Continued 

Stevenson, Bertha _ 

Stuke, Chas. W __,. 

Terry, S.W 

Theman, Harry 

Tipjff, Vasil 

Tire Appliance Co 

Venton, Laura M 

Wagner, John, trustee for Mazie Larson^ 

Walsh, C. E. or N. J 

Wheeler, Mrs. M. L 

Wright, Paul 

2 Columbus Avenue Branch 

Alvera, Giovanni 

Andreotti, Omero 

Arata, Angelo 

Berdassone, Pietro 

Bertani , Geo 

Biasotti, Giebattaer Matilda -._ 

Bidourett , Martin 

Bignone, Giovanni 

Bisse, Caterina 

Bordoni, Giimeppe 

Borghi, Giovanni 

Bozzini, Ernesto 

Brieali, Stef ano— 

Bridge, Wm. H _. 

Busalacchi, S. Antonio 

Casaccoa, Josephine 

Caviglia, Francesco 

Cecchi, Quinto 

Cigliuti, Lorenzo 

Cirelli, Giovanni 

Colognori, Luigi 

Corlatti, Pietro 

Corsiglia , Ernesto 

Cosentino, Elia 

Crovea, Rose— 

Dal Peggetto, Cesare 

Depianti, John 

Devoto, Michele 

Diaz, Juan 

Franceschi , Colomba 

Garcia, Ssrafin 

Ghiorsi, Joe 

Giannini, Odeardo 

Giovannoni, Adolfo 

Giuffre, Nunziata or Salvatore 

Harris, Ralph 

Hernandez, Pedro or Antonio 

Jaurena, Lucio 

Janssaul, Joseph Millon _- 

Justet, Etienne. __ 

Lanzinni , Ferdinando 

Lardoes, Manuela 

Liberti, Dan 

Macalli, Evaristo Ulisse 

Marini, Angelo 

Mirko, Matteo- 

Moglia, Liugi 

Olgar, Frank 

O'Malley, Mabel 

Pacini, Giuseppe 

Paganoni, Erminio 

Pantaleoni, Armando or Camilla 

Payan, Justiniano 

Pierangeli, Benedetto 

Pif ri, Vincenzo _. 

Ponte, Lucia or Lodovinco. _ 

Pucci, Giuseppe 

Puccinelli, Giovanni 

Ragghianti, Domenico or Maria 

Raggio, Giuseppe 

Restano, Eugenia or Joseph 

Ricciardi, Abele 

Rubino, P._ 

Santinn, Liugi or Emilia ' 



Unknown.. ___ 

1658 34th ave., Fruitvale 

Washington Hotel 

220 3d ave.- - 

562 9th St 

3188 Mission St 

Glenn Ellen 

Unknown 

2222 Geary st 

671 7th ave 

\Vhite Swan, Washington 

Mammoth 

1012 Chester St., Oakland 

536 Green st 

512 Union st 

Crockett 

23 Bryant st -.. 

c/o Yriarte Hotel 

6 Milew House, Colma 

2145 Taylor st 

363 J St., Benicia 

1709 Mission St 

650 4th St.- 

c /o Swiss American Hotel 

95 Central ave 

Rio Vista 

Mariposa City 

5033 Van Ness ave 

Schod Landing German Islais 

c/o Cencio Hotel, Santa Cruz 

1615 Powell st 

c/o Ocean Hotel 

Unknown 

Colma . 

451 Vallejo St.... 

860 N. Point St 

Watsonville 

c/o Ticino Hotel 

20CarHalley 

1571 Powell st 

1741 Greenwich st 

Mammoth 

Lake Tahoe 

145 Bartford st 

Jackson 

4118 18th st 

2056 Taylor st 

983 Jackson st 

785 Broadway — 

1624 Taylor st 

43 3dst 

Jenner 

647 Whelanst 

Coulterville 

Cement 

2902 5th St., Berkeley 

Walnut Grove— 

86 Balmy Lane 

Unknown 

ITnknown 

c/o Colony Farmers, San Joaquin 

Elk, Nevada 

1143 Bernard ave., Burlingame... 

787 Broadway 

1017 McAllister St 

Guerneville, Kerbel Ranch 

2110Turkst 

23 Scotland pi 

Dor st 

9231 Walter st 

1204 Stockton st 

1 6 S. Union st., Stockton 

Sonoma 

27 Hikley Alley 

Redwood City 



Unknown 


$32 70 


Unknown 


21 57 


Unknown 


31 73 


Unknown 


23 95 


Unknown _ 


19 29 


Unknown 


38 39 


Unknown 


15 59 


Unknown . ... 


13 47 


Unknown 


10 11 


Unknown. 


13 20 


Unknown 


26 06 


Unknown— ... 


131 59 


Unknown __ 


29 62 


Unknown -. 


48 68 


Unknown 


170 28 


Unknown 


48 51 


Unknown 


87 81 


Unknown 


435 14 


Unknown 


60 38 


Unknown 


1,516 53 


Unknown 


1,420 64 


Unknown — 


18 06 


Unknown 


15 36 


Unknown 


14 70 


Unknown 


38 64 


Unknown... — . 


73 06 


Unknown 


449 48 


Unknown 


72 46 


Unknown 


64 30 


Unknown _ 


3,235 45 


Unknown 


26 38 


Dead 


120 08 


Unknown 


26 40 


Unknown 


22 14 


Unknown 


27 78 


Unknown 


53 53 


Unknown 


84 44 


Unknown 


22 40 


Unknown 


2,320 67 


Unknown 


14 81 


Unknown 


977 82 


Unknown 


1,322 71 


Unknown 


91 20 


Unknown _ . _ 


22 17 


Unknown 


21 77 


Unknown 


26 84 


Unknown. 


262 73 


Unknown 


46 84 


Unknown 


16 98 


Unknown 


36 05 


Unknown 


33 88 


Unknown 


85 49 


Unknown 


530 35 


Unknown 


30 27 


Dead 


68 78 


Unknown 


18 55 


Unknown 


37 55 


Dead 


2,324 86 


Unknown 


26 60 


Unknown 


27 21 


Unknown 


2,530 28 


Unknown 


395 03 


Unknown 


23 39 


Unknown 


509 48 


Unknown 


45 46 


Unknown — 


145 29 


Unknown . 


15 96 


Unknown. 


36 79 


Unknown 


19 40 


Unknown 


575 79 


Unknown.. 


60 21 


Unknown 


51 75 


Unknown 


17 03 


Unknown 


21 04 


Unknown — 


1,800 29 



316 



REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 

DEPOSITS UNCLAIMED FOR MORE THAN TEN YEARS— Continued 

As of January 1,1929 

Bank of America of California, at Los Angeles— Continued 



Name 


Last known address 


Alive or dead 


Amount 


2 Columbus Avenue Branch— Continued 


3422 Mission st. 


Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 


$31 91 




6 Were st. 


16 15 


Tocoalini, Giuseppe or Antoaia 

Took, W. George 


Emigrant Gapp 

\T>, Cnliimhns nvp. 


1,484 00 
22 50 






17 29 




Healdsburg- 

318 Broadway _ 

Unknown 

412 Broadway 


684 61 


Zanone, Giovanni 


25 50 


Guilianelli, Raffaele . _ . . 


47 26 


Zucca, Peter or Josephine 


31 86 








$95,110 80 



California Bank, at Los Angeles 



Akahoshi, B 

Allen, A. J.crMrs 

Allen, W. M. or R. P ---. 

Andrews, H. F., et al. 

Arnold, Wm 

Arnoli , William 

Atkinson, Mrs. S. L 

Bardler, Hannah 

Becker, Mrs. Pearl 

Bell,M.R 

Bishop, Mrs. Elizabeth Blair 

Brown and Best 

Brown, George 

Bryan, Fanny B 

Burgess, Mrs. Ginnette 

Burns, Hillery R 

California Theatre Co 

Callender, Sidney R _ - . 

Carl, Mrs. Rose 

Carter, John 

Chandler, Fred A 

Chaponot, Ch 

Christensen, Dave 

Clark, Wallace - . 

Cline, Mrs. Edward Francis. 

Cole, Mary 

Collins, Eva B 

Conaty , Marie _-. 

Conley , Peter 

Connelly, Daniel 

Connolly, R. C 

Cooper, Jessie Truman 

Corbitt, Edward M. by Mary E 

Court, Neptune 

Couse, Wm 

Crane, Alice M _.. 

Crocomb, Mrs. Genevera 

Cunamins, David S. or Bertie Dicken. 

Curtis, Geo. P 

Damien, Emile - 

Dann, Sarah J 

Davis, lone Parsons, administrator.— 

Davlantis, T. H 

Dewitt, Daniel 

Diiks, Arthur. 

Duparr, John A._ 

Dyer, James ,_ 

Fenton, Mortimer 

Finn, Margaret A _ 

Fitzgerald , Patrick 

Flannery , David 

Fraley, Frederick D 

French, Beatrice L 

Galligan, John J 

Gasberg, Edna B. 

Gcrmin, Savornin 

Gill, Charles 

Gillespie, B. A... 

Gragg, William H 

Graham, Finley.. 

Greenslitt, H 



210 N. San Pedro st 

1446 Carroll ave 

Q. M. Dept. Soldiers Home, Sawtelle 

S. Ellen St., Pomona 

Soldiers Home, Sawtelle 

Soldiers Home, Sawtelle 

732 S. Flower St 

Torrance 

5895 Compton ave 

General Delivery 

Unknown _ 

224 Corporation Bldg 

Unknown 

886 W. 47th St 

739 W. 16th St 

Unknown 

258 S. Spring st 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown..- 

Unknown 

356H Alisost 

Unknown 

850 W. 36th pi 

2216Duanest 

Unknown 

Unknown .-- 

444 H S. Spring st 

Unknown 

None 

Unknown _ 

Unknown 

2113 Michigan ave 

Unknown 

Unknown 

1026 S. Figueroast 

Unknown 

Unknown 

314 Rose ave 

Unknown _ _._ 

620 S. Grand ave 

867 Lucile ave 

Stalls 1F6-1FF Los Angeles Market. 

Sou t h Pasadena 

1427 N. Catalina 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Box 552, Oceanside. 

135 North Coronado. 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown _.. 

Unknown 

Sentinel, Maricopa County 

141 N. Grand ave 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

R.F.D. 32, Pittsburg. 

Unknown _ 



Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 

Dead 

Unknown. 
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Unknown. 

Dead 

Unknown. 
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Unknown. 
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Unknown. 
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Dead 

Unknown. 
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Unknown. 
Unlinown. 
Unknown. 

Dead 

Unknown. 
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Unknown. 
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Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
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Dead 

Unknown. 
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Unknown. 
Unknown 
Unknown 
Unknown 

Dead 

Unknown 
Unknown 
Unknown 
Unknown 
Unknown. 
Unknown 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown 
Unknown 
Unknown 
Unknown 
Unknown 
Dead 



REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



317 



DEPOSITS UNCLAIMED FOR MORE THAN TEN YEARS-Continued 

As of January 1,1929 

California Bank, at Los Angeles— Continued 



Name 



Amount 



Guillemet, Wm. A _ 

Hall, John W 

Hamlin, Lulu 

Hastings, Mary 

Hayf 8, Daniel 

Heath, .lames E 

Highbaugh, Susie 

Hilden, Henrv _ _. 

Hinsdale, S. t) 

Hobson, Viola D 

Holbrook, Asa A 

Holland, Alfred or Mrs. E. E. Roberts 

HuUChas. I 

International Securities Co 

Jenson, Mrs. Iva 

Jergens and Groat. 

Johnson, Adolph C _.. 

Johnston, D. S 

Keenan, Daniel J 

Kelly, John 

Kempin, Mrs. L. A 

Kenisten, Nathaniel F _._ 

Kennedy, Nicholas- _ _ 

Keppie, Eliz. E 

Kinosbita, E 

Kinsel, Mrs. L. J 

Kurmonto, I 

Laguerre, Arthur 

Leader, J. M ' _ 

Levitt, Ermine 

Linsley , Ogden 

Locke, Alice Myra 

Lccke, Mrs. N. H., for Alice M. 

Lockhart, T. J 

Long, J. M 

Long, John L 

McDermott, Annabell 

McDermott , Annabell 

McDermott, M.J _ 

McDonald, Mary Belle 

McElroy, Mary _ 

McGillin. Geo. A 

McKeon, Thomas 

McNeal, J. S 

Manion, Helen, trusteefor Jessie Richardson 

Marsh, J. E. or Robert 

Marsh, Wallace E 

Matsuska, Matsu 

Mays, George E 

Meirns, Mrs. L 

MiUer, M 

Miller, Wm. F 

Minzey, Frank E 

Morris, Peter. 

Mullins, Dermis 

Mundix, Wm. B 

Myers, C. M. or Mar^. H 

Nakamura, Yoshihara 

Navarro, Angelo . . 

Nietzel, Lucille T 

O'Brien, S 

Olvera, Roman 

Omichi.S 

Ostrander, Mrs. B. F 

O'Toole, Michael 

Pardo, Miguel 

Pease, Wm. A _ 

Peoples Mutual Life 

Perkins, Anna B 

Popular Finance Co 

Potter, Earle H 

Preece, Douglas _. 

Quinn, Herbert J. or William John 

Rasmussen, G 

Rattray, John 

Rea, A. E. Adelaide.. 

Reid, Harry J 

Robbins, Clara E.. 

Robinson, F. M 



Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Claremon t 

Unlcnown.. 

Sherman 

P21 Hemlock St 

General Delivery, Tonopah, Nevada 

Unknown 

Avon Apartments, 5th and Boylston 

LTnknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

312 Metcalfst 

Unknown 

Unknown 

839 W. 17th St 

1450 E. 6th st 

Unknown 

1794,4 E. Main St... 

Unknown 

Unknown... 

1056 Sanborn ave 

R.F.D. 164, El Monte 

982 Main st., Portland, Oregon 

323 E. 1st St 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown... 

Unknown 

245 Isabel 

2626 Granada st 

309 W. Istst 

Mum Hotel 

Unknown... 

2203 W. 6th st 

2203 W. 6th st 

535 Miami st 

839 S. Hill st 

Unknown 

624 S. Grand ave 

Unknown 

Unknown 

345 S. Hopest 

Unknown 

Unknown... 

147 N. Central ave 

Unknown 

814 S. Broadway 

Unknown. 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown... 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

1043 S. Hopest 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Shovel Camp 6, Brown 

R.F.D. 5, box 974 E 

229 N. Bunker Hill ave 

Unknown 

Unknown. 

Unknown 

430 S. Broadway... 

Unknown 

129 S. Broadwav - 

61194 S. Broadway 

Soldiers Home, Sawtelle 

908 Vincent st 

3.30 2d st .- 

Unknown 

Main st. Ocean Park 

Unknown 

905 S. Grand ave - 

1203 HoUingsworth Bldg.. 



Urdinown 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
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Unknown. 
Unknown. 
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Dead 

Unknown. 
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Dead 

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Unknown 
Unknown 

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Unknown 

Dead 

Dead 

Dead 

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Unknown 
Unknown 
Unknown 
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Unknown 
LTnknown 
Unknown 
Unknown 
Unknown 
Unknown 
Unknown 
Unknown. 
Unknown 
Unknown, 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 

Dead 

Dead 

Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 



$43 95 

44 00 

100 80 

39 76 
73 00 
29 75 

17 37 
169 64 

65 00 
86 26 

101 00 
104 69 

43 50 
82 37 
51 75 
22 45 

187 40 

69 77 

27 03 

68 00 

106 40 

41) 00 

545 45 

658 96 

10 81 
341 08 
128 95 
376 00 

86 00 

40 53 

25 00 
89 90 

11 68 
20 31 
24 85 

18 00 
824 26 
447 71 
158 41 

26 79 

27 59 

19 87 
217 00 

55 00 
15 84 
169 20 

66 00 

37 67 
239 19 

10 82 
17 17 

45 00 

79 82 
116 00 

12 00 
1,466 00 

253 44 

80 50 
48 11 

180 94 
142 00 
59 93 
22 87 
19 96 
88 00 
703 47 

11 00 
57 23 
78 36 

307 41 

12 30 
133 86 

38 44 
26 75 
33 00 

44 68 
287 95 

42 73 
22 43 



^18 



REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



DEPOSITS UNCLAIMED FOR MORE THAN TEN YEARS— Continued 

Asof January 1,1929 

California Bank, at Los Angeles— Continued 



Name 



Last known address 



Alive or dead 



Amount 



Roddan, John 

Rogers, Ralph, treasurer 

Rothen, Jacob 

Rowland , Joseph 

Scott, Edna R 

Scott, Reed Buchanan by Anna Belle Scott. 

Schreck, Jacob 

Shaner, Claude _. 

Shannon, Wm., special 

Sharkey, Hugh 

Sheldon, Andrew J 

Sheppard, Mrs. Cora..- 

Simington, Isabelle 

Smith, Chab. Frederick 

Smith, James 

Smith, Mervel, by Mrs. F. C.-- 

Smith, Mrs. Nellie Z 

Smith, Sadie 

Stirk, Juliet H 

Stewart, Mathew 

Sullivan, Daniel 

Sullivan, John 

Sullivan, W 

Talbot, William T 

Tapper, Helen Mazie 

Tohnd, G. C 

Tutty, John 

Van Anken, Miss Vance 

Vesey, F. D 

Wade, Fred H 

Wallace, John J 

Walsh, Michael J _. 

Weber, John B 

We rner , Johanna 

Wertz, Franlc L 

Weyse, H. C, administrator 

Wilcox, L. G 

Wilder, Frank 

Williams, Cora A 

Williams, Lola or W. L 

Willis, Harriett Ware.. 

Willis, Mrs. W. F 

Wilson, Addie L 

Wilson , Catherine Newell 

Wiltsch, Anna 

Yamada ,S 

Young, Virginia 



1349 Oak st 

Unknown _ 

Unknown 

Unknown 

HON. State st 

205 W. 46th St... _ 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

P. 0. box 452, Santa Monica.,. 

Dudley Apartments, Venice 

Unknown 

Soldiers Rome, Sawtelle. 

Unknown 

2608 Milvia st., Berkeley 

633 San Julian st 

1033 Hudson ave 

Sawtelle 

44714 Central ave 

Unknown 

Fortuna Apartments, E. 5th st.. 

Unknown 

1967 Marengo ave., Pasadena. . 

Unknown 

936 Potter Park ave 

652 S. Spring st 

Unknown 

Unknown 

343 San Pedro st 

Unknown 

Unknown 

1919 E. 1st St.. 

Unknown 

81 and 83 Temple Blk... 

762 W. 16th st 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

216 N. 11th st 

1621 N. Harvard ave 

Unknown 

535 Wall st 

707 Turner 

5662 Kenwood ave., Hollywood. 



Unknown. 
Unknown. 

Dead 

Dead 

Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 

Dead 

Dead 

Unknown. 
Unknown. 

Dead 

Dead 

Unknown.. 
Unknown- 
Unknown.. 
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Dead 

Dead 

Unknown.. 
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Dead 

Unknown.. 
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Dead 

Unknown.. 
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Unknown.. 
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Unknown. - 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 



$21 38 

76 25 

107 00 

54 00 

172 90 

22 04 

73 00 

121 25 

1,420 62 

102 00 

392 83 

196 39 

160 00 

172 00 

96 00 

10 48 

185 20 

26 85 

33 65 
30 21 

198 47 
119 00 

29 82 
76 00 
19 94 

30 09 
18 54 
24 48 

102 75 
362 45 

43 85 
884 00 
176 00 

50 44 

61 04 
163 00 

15 50 

34 00 
22 82 
18 22 
32 06 
24 85 
47 13 
58 95 
65 10 
52 93 
34 00 



$26,603 59 



Security Trust and Savings Bank, at Los Angeles 



Abel, Martha E 

Abrams, J. M., estate . 

Ackerman , estate of Martin. 

Adams, Anna M. B 

Adams, Mrs. T. D... 

.Albers, Chas 

Albrigo, Verne 

Alexander, William B 

Allen , Chas. A 

Anderson, Eleanor M... 

Anderson, Mrs. Ethel E 

Anderson ,F. R. , 

Anderson, Jos. G 

Anderson, John 

Anderson, Minnie, G. or John Grant 

Andrews, Nellie M 

Angulo, Juana ..- 

Arboricultural Association of Southern Cal. 

Arbucklo, Eva by Mrs. J. H. Samples 

Armstrong, Mrs. Lillie F 

Ashley, Mrs. Evangeline - 

Atchison, Mrs. W. B... 

Atwood, Herbert W 



307 Cherry ave.. Long Beach 

1705 E. 1st St., Long Beach 

228 S. Mariposa 

Williamsvilfe, New York 

1333 Maple ave 

Unknown 

Unknown. 

Tucson, Arizona... 

253 E. Broadway, Long Beach . . 
1900 E. Ocean ave.. Long Beach 

Unknown. 

Unknown. 

4411 Fountain ave 

Ward 2 County Hospital 

Unknown 

439 E. Colorado ave., Glendale.. 

4840 Sunset blvd 

910'^. W. 40thpl 

639 Ruth ave 

828 N. Coronado 

6025 S. Figueroa-. 

2000 S. Union ave 

317 Crocker 8t 



Unknown 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown: 

Dead 

Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
T^nknown. 
Unknown. 
L^nknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 



$40 09 
100 79 
21 36 
24 41 
13 38 
68 64 
75 00 
40 07 
15 73 
244 29 

11 33 
10 03 
15 32 
IS 20 
33 58 

12 00 
17 94 
15 21 
43 14 
15 00 
23 18 

13 40 
53 00 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



319 



DEPOSITS UNCLAIMED FOR MORE THAN TEN YEARS— Continued 

As of January 1, 1929 

Security Trust and Savings Bank, at Los Angeles— Contiiiucd 



Last known address 



Alive or dead 



Babbitt, Grant.. 

Bacon, Mrs. Frank 

Baker, Lawrence C 

Baker, Maria Katrine 

Baldv, W. \V..._ 

Ball, J 

Bandl i , Richard. 

Barber, Mabel E 

Barbre, Kuth B 

Bareno, Pedro .- 

Bargman, H. and P. E. Gentry... 

Barker, Mrs. Jane or Viola 

Barman, Fred, Jr 

Barnes, Mrs. M. J 

Barrett, N'iola A., Letha M., Adalbert W. 

by Beeman Barrett 

Barstow, Emeline M 

Baumgardt, B. R _. 

Beal, L A 

Beaver, Loraine May by W. W. Beaver, 

trustee 

Bccher, Harry P 

Beck, Catherine M 

Behlcr, C. R. or Mabel A 

Bennett, Carrie L 

Benson, C. M 

Berber, Sadie 

Bcrger, Ralph Lawrence by Ralph A 

Beven, Chas 

Biederstadt, L. G 

Biever , Jacob 

Bigford,H 

Bihn, Josie M 

Black, Clara Stoker 

Boggs, Jno. C 

Bohlander, Geo. P. an<i Gilbert B. Carr, 

trustee for Albert Hall, minor 

Bolam, Mr. or Mrs. R. S 

Born, Geo. D 

Bowdoin, Edna J 

Bowers, Dorothy Alice by Mrs. Ralph R.. 

Bowlby, Ida A 

Brady, Mrs. J. 1 

Brakehill, Myrtle H 

Brass, Sam 

Crawner, Mrs. C. E 

Brehmer, Esther 

Bringet, Alexander A 

Brockway, G. A 

Broenniman, Edgar Ray 

Brooke Co. by Frances E. Compton 

Brooks, Emma J 

Brooks, Esther Ann 

Brown, Bess M 

Brown, H. Raymond 

Brown, Sam f 

Bryant, Eliz. J. or Marie Halverson 

Bucher, A. E 

Buck,R. H _ 

Buffington, R. B 

Buhler, estate of Merena J 

Bull, Mrs. F. A 

Bulmcr, Ray G 

Burdick, E. E 

Burns, Marv A 

Burton, Mrs. T. R 

Burum , Pero ___ _ 

Bush, B.F._ 

Byrne, Lizzie 

Calahan, Eugene 

Calhoon, W. C 

California Colony and Home Promotion 

Association 

Campbell, D.J 

Campbell, Jennie 

Canfield , Roy 

Capen, Rosetta W 

Carmichael, Margaret R... 

Carns, David 



6363 Sunset blvd 

1765 Gowerst 

Santa Monica 

Unknown. 

Griffin 

Unknown... 

Hyde Park 

138 N. Hobart blvd 

235 W.Adams 

949 Hemlock 

512 Cons. Realty Bldg 

Kennebec Hotel, Long Beach 

742S. Irola 

1133 Lime ave.. Long Beach 

447 E. 48th St 

223 S. Main St 

Unknown 

Inglewood 

775 Termino ave.. Long Beach.. 

Surrey 

1021 Georgia St 

840 W. 7th St 

178 S. Ardmore 

452 W. Vernon 

3737 San Jnlianst 

454 S. Figueroa St. 

Soldiers Home, S.ut-ille 

P. 0. box 423, Alahambra 

S.in Francisco House, E. 2d st... 

General Delivery 

Duarte 

835 W. 41st St 

Unknown 

137 S. Gates St 

4217 S. Figueroast 

1147 S. Hill vale 

726 Fairmont ave., Pasadena 

109 Paloma ave., Venice 

Heinzeman Hotel 

1155 E. Ocean ave.. Long Beach 

3045 E. 4th St.- -. 

230 Clark St ^ 

344 Cherry ave.. Long Beach. . . 

King Edward Hotel 

1333 E. 1st St 

Unknown 

Krotona 

1800 Bushnell, South Pasadena.. 

Unknown . 

Unknown 

246 S. Ardmore st 

Pioneer, Nevada 

449 Pine ave.. Long Beach 

3200 Emmett st 

Taft 

519 Orizaba ave.. Long Beach... 

4th and Hope sts. - 

H. W. Hellman Bldg 

Unknown 

2834 Stephenson ave 

2666 Ellendale pi 

1213 Westlake ave 

Rockford , Illinois 

632 Castelar st 

727 E. 29th st 

125 E.4thst 

326 Boyd St.... 

1016 E. 7th st 

Unknown 

R. R. 12, box 88 

Unknown 

Taft 

246 Gano, Providence, R. I 

Watts 

236E. 2dst 



Unknown 
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Unknown 
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Sll 80 


50 00 


16 55 


32 08 


14 80 


94 6? 


14 89 


11 46 


11 27 


10 95 


75 87 


17 38 


11 74 


18 33 


20 4] 


13 01 


10 37 


10 06 


20 04 


10 35 


24 62 


20 1!) 


til 0.) 


11 23 


12 .53 


11 59 


12 00 


17 07 


31 6S 


153 66 


14 25 


10 00 


17 00 


1,020 64 


212 83 


18 78 


18 27 


20 66 


11 29 


61 25 


12 70 


20 03 


76 63 


29 62 


42 53 


14 27 


54 46 


17 84 


10 00 


14 43 


35 92 


10 42 


20 28 


47 54 


11 90 


40 19 


12 86 


13 60 


10 65 


10 63 


24 75 


1,003 39 


10 76 


18 28 


12 96 


50 65 


49 51 


15 05 


14 06 


10 02 


67 91 


10 37 


54 09 


10 06 


79 03 



320 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



DEPOSITS UNCLAIMED FOR MORE THAN TEN YEARS— Continued 

Asof January 1,1929 

Security Trust and Savings Bank, at Los Angeles— Continued 



Name 



Last known address 



Alive or dead 



Carnochan, Mabel 

Carr, Jessie Williamson 

Carter, L. J 

Carton, S 

Cassady, Agnes E., by Mary C 

Castaneda, Margarita A. by Martha 

Caylor, H. M 

Cedar Sweep Co 

Cesco, Romano 

Chamberlin, I - - 

Chandler, J. Lee 

Charves, Frank or MoUie 

Chase, S. W 

Cherry , Cueya 

Choquil, J. W. or Mary F 

Choquil, Mary F 

Christian, A 

Christian Workers, Gertrude Shiflett,treas. 

Clapp, C. B 

Clark, Mrs. F. T.. - 

Clark, Geo. or Olive Bell - 

Clark, Mrs. H. M. or Edgar W. _ 

Clark, Jno.W 

Clark, Judah 

Clarke, A. D. or Mrs. A. D 

Clarke, Lucy H 

Clifford, John H 

Cline.RE 

Clough, Hilda -.-- 

Cochrane, Robert H. or Mrs — 

Cohen, Mrs. Fannie 

Colbert, Grace B.... 

Cole, Florence B 

Coleman, Cora 

Colweli, Kate Dealy - - - 

Conley, JohnT._ 

Connor, H. G... -- 

Corbin , Jessie E 

Cort,Geo 

Cotter, Edward 

Courtney, Chas. Clarke 

Cowin, Katherine Phester 

Craun, Mabel or Mrs. James 

Creese, Rebecca _ _ 

Crocker Spaniel Club of Southern Cal 

Cronkite, Jno — - - 

Crown, Pool 

Crye, Catherine E 

CuUen, Edwin, J... 

Cunningham, Fannie J 

Curtis, John 

Daffron, Oma - - 

Dagama, Ortie — - 

Dainty, Katherine K 

Dale, John W 

Dalianen , estate of Elmer 

Dane, Hiram 

Darsie, L 

Davies, Daniel 0. or Clara M 

Davis, John J 

Dean, Mrs. Ella R 

DeBerry, C. S 

Debs, Philip Jacob 

Decoy Land and Water Co — 

De Kalb, Beatrice M. W. by Lily Eugenia 

DeLapp, W. H 

DeLong, E. I .. 

Demorest, John R 

Denison, Myrtle C. 

Derby, Marcia Louise 

Dessery. Gerald, M. by F. J. or J. M 

Deubcl, Catherine 

Dilley, Richard Howard by Howard 

Dixon, Thomas. 

Domaniecka, Agnes. 

Doran, Carl L 

Doud .Betsey - - 

Dover, Edwin I 



1844 Santa Maria ave 

Malone, New York 

Unknown 

Unknowji ■. 

1525 Ricardo st 

936 Albany st 

1316 Cherry ave 

1654 Long Beach ave 

Rhyolite, Nevada 

SOQyz E. Centroave 

Dundee 

Unknown 

Lumoncira Ranch, Santa Paula 

Artesia... 

Unknown 

Unknown 

1020 Trust and Savings Bldg 

854 Cedar ave., Long Beach 

1703 St. James Court 

133 S. Figueroa st... 

Long Beach 

2713 Downey rd 

419 Grandview blvd 

1614 Sunset blvd 

425 E. Seaside blvd.. Long Beach 

236 N. Griffin ave...- 

156 2dst 

1642 Cahuenga ave 

916 Fedora st 

1606 E. Ocean blvd.. Long Beach 

1621 W. Adams 

2022 Atlantic ave., Long Beach 

1629 Morton ave 

Unknown. 

General Delivery 

1118 Santa Fe ave 

1114 Douglas st 

Long Beach 

Unknown 

General Delivery 

Unknown 

Douglas, Arizona 

R.F.D. 2, box 363, Los Cerritos, Long 

Beach 

243 S.Grand ave 

71 1 Title Guarantee Bldg 

Unknown 

General Delivery 

General Delivery. 

Cambridge, Mass 

260 Loma ave., Long Beach 

Unknown 

116 S. Olive st 

Van Nuys Hotel 

500 Orange St., Glendale 

Manhattan Beach 

722 S. Fai r Oaks, Pasadena 

114 Tulare, Long Beach 

Unknown 

1522 39th st 

208 S. Olive St.. 

465 W. 4th St., Long Beach 

1238 14th St., Santa Monica 

Gray Hotel 

910 Central Bldg 

Unknown _. 

R.F.D. 2, box 7. Compton 

1109 Broadway, Glendale 

S. Portal 

413 Gerard St 

852 Monterey rd., South Pasadena 

302 W. 41st st , 

34 S. Figueroa st 

Norwalk 

7018 Hawthorne ave 

Hershey, Arms Hotel 

919 Vermont ave.. 

Unknown 

6101 Moneta ave 



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REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



321 



DEPOSITS UNCLAIMED FOR MORE THAN TEN YEARS-Contlnued 

Asof January 1, 1929 

Security Trust and Savings Bank, at Los Angeles— Continued 



Name 



Last known address 



Alive or dead 



Amount 



Dullich, Roman 

Dumas, Louis 

Duncan, Dr. Sara J 

Dupignac, Alice G 

Dutton, Richard Tomlinson by Percy Dut- 

ton ^ 

Dyas, Rebecca J., administrator 

Eckstein, Bertha B 

Edwards, W. R 

Eggink, B 

Eibeschutz and MacFarlane 

Elder, Floyd M 

Elliott, Thomas 

Emerson, Mrs. Bertha 

English, Theo. D 

Ensey , R. Lee 

Eriksen, Mathilda 

Erianger, F. A 

Evans, Wm. J... 

Farjeon, Herbert as trustee for David 

Farmer, Jerry J- 

Farnum, Larry 

Fickett, E 

Figge, Louie H 

Finch, R. M.... 

Finney, A. H 

Fischer, Maude B 

Fisher, E.G., Jr.. 

Fisher, Blanche 

Fisher, Carl F 

Fisher, Claribel 

Fisher, Joseph D 

Fiske, Rachel E 

Fitch, Miss Fannie E 

Fleisher, W. C. or Effie Campbell Fleisher. 

Ferbush, Mrs. B. B 

Foster, M. Edith 

Foster, Mrs. M. F 

Fowler, Wm. Mervin by Jessie Carl Fowler - 

Francis, Daniel M. or Annie F. Gilmore 

Francone, Mike... 

Frankenstein, Mrs. B 

Freyer, Sophia 

Friggle, Mrs. Vanessa 

Frintz, J. M 

Fry, Joames or Mrs 

Gale, C. E... 

Gardner, W.H 

Garner, H. L 

Gaunt , Maude 

Gavoille, Louis 

Geff ries , Thomas 

Geiss, Mike 

Gentermouth, Gladys Loraine 

Gibson, Josephine 

Gibson, Lillian M 

Gilmore, S 

Gimenez, Clara 

Glass, E.F 

Gleason, J 

Goin, Mrs. Catherine L.. 

Gold Mountain Mines, Inc 

Golding, Fred B 

Gomez, Emilio D 

Goodman, Mrs. Delia 

Gord on, Dora 

Gotte, George 

Gould. Arthur Ross by Harry A 

Graff, Wm 

Graham, Sarah C. or Lucy Frances Mcin- 
tosh 

Grant, B. A 

Grant, Henry I 

Gray, George 

Gray, Grace ___ 

Gray, Harlie 

Gregsten, Frances P 

Griffith, Mary R. 

21—69903 



c /o Columbus Borax Mines, Lebec 
Unknown 

1325 Hoover St 

134 N.Dillon 

1671 E. 23d St... 

425 Merchants Trust BIdg 

Norwalk 

530 E. 5th St 

Lemona and Sunset.. 

Unknown 

U. S. S. St. Louis 

Unknown 

11255^2 Maple ave 

Unknown 

Minneapolis, Minnesota 

3021 Kingsley St 

Hotel Gray, Glendale 

1416 E. 5th St., Long Beach 

Burbank Theater 

Unknown 

107 E. 5th St 

Unknown 

2621H Huron St _. 

Belmont Apartments 

Goldfield, Nevada 

112 N.Benton Way 

4714 Normandie ave 

San Fernando 

1349 San Julian 

San Gabriel 

1272 W. 35th St 

Unknown. 

Unknown 

Orange 

225 Pacific ave.. Long Beach 

Unknown 

4251 Kansas ave 

3408 S. Figueroa st 

3329 Sulphur St 

800 N. Broadway 

821 Alpine st 

Unknown 

Fullerton 

Santa Rosa Hotel. 

848 Orizaba ave.. Long Beach 

Calexico.. 

Bowes Hotel 

526 Maple st 

General Delivery 

Klondike, Alaska 

Santa Monica 

1339 Thalia st 

Unknown 

755 W. Adams 

HON. Chicago 

219 Franklinst 

21514 W. 2d st 

1457 E. 48th St.. _. 

2416 E. 4th St., Long Beach 

631 Westlake ave 

Unknown _ 

424 S. San Pedro 

701 S. New Hampshire. 

739 E. 49th st 

432HS. Flower st 

Shovel No. 11, Olancha 

716 E. 25th st 

c/o L. A. Aqueduct 

Monrovia 

Unknown 

Soldiers Home • 

Bishop 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Monrovia 

Unknown 



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Unknown 
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1151 89 


568 38 


38 27 


11 28 


30 84 


25 92 


25 44 


37 80 


18 53 


21 85 


14 69 


24 21 


24 74 


15 05 


48 20 


41 00 


34 92 


72 04 


27 67 


40 07 


33 15 


33 04 


85 09 


13 44 


20 35 


11 96 


12 26 


11 90 


87 72 


12 30 


27 28 


26 16 


10 43 


14 07 


61 86 


43 90 


41 26 


11 23 


13 40 


14 56 


10 91 


31 17 


14 95 


138 85 


59 05 


13 40 


14 75 


19 52 


62 09 


18 02 


156 56 


18 20 


10 28 


43 30 


19 35 


47 10 


100 09 


28 80 


21 51 


12 61 


51 95 


14 89 


10 62 


173 02 


41 30 


13 86 


16 78 


601 44 


148 40 


12 43 


24 62 


28 39 


98 58 


20 30 


96 43 


37 51 



322 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



DEPOSITS UNCLAIMED FOR MORE THAN TEN YEARS— Continued 

Asof January 1,1929 
Security Trust and Savings Banl<, at Los Angeles— Continued 



Name 



Last known address 



Alive or dead 



Gugolz, Marie, estate of, by C. M. Gehr- 

kens, exec 

Gulow, Fred 

Hackel, A. W 

Hall, Geo. D., trustee 

Hall, W. E 

Halliday, Wm. T 

Hamilton, Geo. W. T 

Hamilton, J. F 

Hammond, Rosetta J., T. D. or M. E 

Hanson, Jno 

Hanson, Margareta W. by Lotta C 

Harden, Gertrude M 

Harrington, Emma 

Harris, A. N 

Harris, H 

Hart, Lasher 

Hartman, Mrs. Frantz- 

Harvey, Leona by Mrs. M. J. Smith 

Hatch, Jennie L., wife of E. M. Hatch 

Hawks, Harold 

Hayes, Will iam 

Hays, Mrs. D. E 

Haywood, Gene 

Heady, Alice R 

Heath, T. S 

Heaton, Lillian M 

Hedrick, B. C 

Hedrick, Sanger Clinton by B. C 

Herbner, Samuel L 

Hempel, Henry 

Hcninger, W. J 

Henry, Dorothy E 

Henry, Mrs. Ruey 

Henry, T.J 

Henson, Julia A 

Herbert, Phil D. or Mrs 

Herdman, James D 

Hermosa Lodge Sick Benefit- 

Herrmann, F 

Heylmun, Horace T. 

Hickox, Marie F 

Higgins, C. W 

High School Locker Fund 

Hight, James P. Aft 

Hill, Esther 

Hilton, Edward... __ 

Hilton, Geo. B 

Hitchcock, Carrie A 

Hixson, Margaret Marie by Mary 

Hoehecker, Aurelia 

Hoechst, Crist 

Hoffman, Geo. F 

Hofgaarden, Carrie C. or Hans 

Hollan, Margaret M 

Holland, Frances 

Hollywood Charity Society, C. F. Jones, 

treasurer 

Holmes, George C 

Holywell, Jeanette B 

Home Relief Fund _ 

Hood, Joe E 

Hoover, C. L., L. W. Dunfee or J. G. 

Kethroe 

Hopper, Lester 

Horton, G. A., R. D. or Samantha J _ 

Hotel Twain 

Hughes, Mary Elizabeth by Bessie B 

Hulin, Craig by N. C 

Huling, Lorraine 

Hunjet , Tom 

Huntley, p]liza S 

Hurley, M. D. or M. E .'... 

Hurman, John W.. 

Huse, Eleanor M. or Katherine B. Cross... 

Hutchison, J. H 

Hutson, Lee -_ 

Hutzen, Miss Lulu 

Inouye, S 



Unknown. 

Unknown.. 

1142 W. 10th St 

Unknown 

Foley, Minnesota 

General Delivery 

Co. K, Ward 1, Bed 23, Soldiers Home.. 

Box 462, Sherman. 

Monrovia 

Unknown 

1943 Norwood st 

Sioux City, Iowa 

859 E. 54th St -__ 

1075 W. 35th pi 

2113^ W. 5th St 

1317 W. 51st pi 

Unknown.. 

Los Alamitos 

Bell 

c/o Blue Mtn. Mining Co., White River 

c/oTheWyKoff 

Unknown 

Compton 

329 W. 67th st 

834 E. 5th St 

General Delivery 

Santa Paula 

Santa Paula 

1021 Erie st., Pasadena 

North Hollywood 

512 Wall st _ 

Ill S. Norton ave 

R.F.D. 12, box 104 

Unknown 

753 E. 9th st 

926Grattan 

St. Louis Hotel 

Unknown 

2315 Damon st 

6112 Eleanor ave 

1028 Park View ave 

Unknown 

Unknown _ 

Unknown 

123 S. Ardmore 

o/o Tax Office 

Parker, Arizona 

Ocean Park Heights 

21 Sunset ave 

417 Crocker st 

2012 S. Mainst 

Unknown 

4015 E. 10th St., Long Beach. __ 

2726 S. Vermont ave 

137 N. Hill st 

Unknown _._ 

General Delivery 

2806 Western ave... 

301 S. Olive st 

Douglas, Arizona 

1305 Atlantic ave.. Long Beach _-. 

407 Exchange Bldg 

U. S. Navy _ 

515 7th St. 

Inglpwood 

1029 Sunset blvd 

2600 Wilshire blvd 

605E. Istst - 

1323 S. Hillst 

618 S. Grand ave 

Unknown 

448 Victor ave 

517 S. Flower st 

815 Hemlock st 

Unknown... 

1648 Cordova st _ 



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REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



323 



DEPOSITS UNCLAIMED FOR MORE THAN TEN YEARS— Continued 

Asof January 1,1929 

Security Trust and Savings Bank, at Los Angeles — Continued 



Name 



Last known address 



Alive or dead 



Amount 



Inyo Salt Sales Co 

Irving, Carl 

Ishikana, T 

Jack, Ralph W __ _- 

Jackson, Grace A 

James, Elmer H 

Jaques, Thos. I. by L. H 

Jausand, J. A 

Jeffers, Chas. E 

Jefferson, Jas 

Jenkins, Howard Spencer by J. E 

Jenkins, Mrs. M. 

Jemiison, Mis. C. H 

Jensen, Julius 

Johnson, Etna A 

Johnson, Kate E 

Johnston, Richard M 

Jolly, Clumb 

Jones, J. Wm 

Jones and Ryder Land Co., by F. E. Jones 

Jones, Wesley 

Jorgeson, Andrew 

Kalem Co 

Kappa Gamma Epsilon Society 

Karoblis, Antonas 

Kase, Evelyn H... 

Katayama, M..-. 

Keeley, A. J 

Keller, P. W 

Kelly, Gordon C- 

Kennedy, Alexander 

Kent, Chas. A 

Kent, C. S., Co 

Kent, Don 

Keyzers, Fay Adelia by Peter A 

King, Audry M. by Clarence J 

King, James G 

King, Mary S 

Kinney, W. J 

Kirby, L. M 

Kirkpatrick, Gwynne Herbert 

Kleinsorge, estate of Henry 

Knight. Thos. Gale by J. W :. 

Koeppel and Alger 

Koeppel, 0. 

Kornblum, Perle by H 

Kosokowsky, Armie 

Kreim. Cornelius L. or Sarah 

Kuhlman, Dorothy A 

Kuhnemann, Karl 

Kusada, Nimi 

Labarire, Marie 

Ladd, Nettie L. by A. W.— 

Lagousis, Gust D 

La Rue, H. E.. 

Lassen, Carl 

La very , Jessie E 

Lawr, C. W 

Lawrence, estate of Martha F 

Lawson, Josephine 

Lawson, W. Noble 

Learned, Edward B 

Lee, Dora 

Leighton, Joseph, Jr., by Sybil P 

Lenno.x, estate of John 

Le Pard, Millie __. 

Lewis, Eunice 

Lewis, F. C 

Licensed Motor Car Dealers Association — 

coupon 

Lindsay, W. P 

Litchner, Wm. H. by Frank 

Little Tonopah Development Co.. 

Logel, Rose E 

Lohman, Fre<l 

L. A. .Aerie 102 F.O.E 

Los Angeles Physical Education Associa- 
tion, by Fred E. Schlatter 

Loustan, Mrs. J. B 



Unknown 

Lone Pine 

Burnett 

2400 Kent St - 

1010 W. 3dst 

Sherman 

Unknown. 

6370Selmaave 

R.F.D. 1, San Gabriel 

Nogales, Arizona 

1186 E. 55th St 

Unknown. 

Unknown. 

330 Crocker st 

145 S. Beaudry ave 

802 W. 41st St... 

U.S.S. Maryland.. 

2670 N. Griffin. 

Unknown 

218 W.3dst 

Unknown 

Kings Boarding House 

Unknown 

342 S. Westlake 

c/o Mrs. Shedlow, Loton... 

1520 Grand St., Alameda 

Unknown 

Monrovia 

Unknown 

146 E. 1st St., Glendale 

413 Central ave 

Monrovia 

1700 E. Washington 

Unknown 

298012 W.Pico blvd.. 

R.F.D. 1, box 121, Artesia.- 

Rosslyn Hotel 

Unknown 

Unknown 

746 Bonnie Brae pi 

Monrovia 

Unknown 

Caruthers 

433 Stimson Bldg 

435 Stimson Bldg 

4419 Stephenson ave 

1396 E. 15th St 

Cochrane 

Unknown 

512 Crocker st 

451 Wall St.... 

512 Central ave 

Paso Roblcs 

464 S. Mainst 

638 E. 21st st 

5th and Central sts 

214 S. Lake ave., Pasadena- 
Douglas, Arizona 

412 Central ave 

629Kohlerst 

Ontario 

Box 86, Lone Pine 

Pahrumjo 

Fullerton 

1524 Avery ave 

410 W. 5thst 

Unknown 

Unknown 



Unknown 

6006 Eleanor ave. 

622 N. Monterey St., Alhambra. 

Unknown 

R.F.D. 14, box 449 

105E. 2dst 

Unknown 



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502 N. Berendost Unknown. 

2080 W. JefiFerson st... Unknown. 



$14 79 


17 06 


200 50 


19 62 


17 80 


198 20 


10 74 


75 67 


14 88 


13 13 


28 88 


100 67 


11 29 


119 18 


25 15 


61 52 


35 00 


24 65 


10 43 


10 28 


226 60 


21 17 


130 82 


43 57 


327 60 


50 00 


10 52 


39 25 


84 75 


15 40 


48 20 


21 10 


10 39 


10 99 


18 40 


15 42 


19 62 


10 29 


25 00 


28 58 


39 05 


27 38 


13 16 


14 20 


38 02 


45 46 


10 94 


18 49 


39 45 


56 77 


18 09 


88 00 


13 25 


12 00 


20 62 


71 80 


10 24 


10 01 


10 08 


74 49 


68 61 


15 28 


134 72 


17 10 


26 72 


76 25 


10 97 


22 70 


121 05 


13 84 


17 75 


54 75 


17 58 


18 50 


132 50 


48 84 


12 61 



}24 



REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS 



DEPOSITS UNCLAIMED FOR MORE THAN TEN YEARS— Continued 

Asof January 1,1929 

Security Trust and Savings Bank, at Los Angeles— Continued 



Name 



Lovell, Mrs. C. J 

Lynch, Mrs. A. R 

Lytle, Fannie B 

MacDonald, Geo. A. B. 

MacDonnell, A. E 

MacKenzie, Olive L 



Maikiejohn, Geo 

Majer, Fridrich --. 

Manson, Charles W 

Maring, Wealthy A 

Marks, Eva 

Marsden, T., Company 

Martin, Anna M 

Martin, Mary J 

Martin, W. P 

Martindale, Mrs. Linna 

Maxwell, Mrs. J. B 

May, F. W 

Mayborn, estate of Minnie 

Mays Consolidated Oil Co 

Maze Millinery 

Mazzia,Nora 

McAdams, R. J.. 

McCaffery, Rachel. 

McCahan, Laura. _ 

McCarthy, Cora L 

McClellan, Marjorie P. by Mrs. T. L 

McCollom, W. L. or Mollie M 

McCreery , Fenton R 

McDonald, Alma C 

McDonald Concrete Spiked Tie Co 

McGinley, A. A 

McGlinchey , Hannah 

McGlinchey , Hannah 

McJinsey, Mrs. Ella B 

McKenzie, A 

McKenzie, A 

McLatchy, C. S 

McMilhm, M. K 

McPartlin, Mate E 

McWhorter, Addie M 

McTigue, Nellie 

Melton, Anna Rabbins 

Metcalfe, Mrs. Lucy A 

Metherell, W. A 

Mettler, E. G. or Mrs. E. G... 

Miller, Coursen C 

Miller, David 

Miller, Fi edericka 

Miller, Ross 

Miller, Walter or Emily V 

Mills, Laura Hoff. 

Mitchell, Mrs. L. D 

Mitchell, Lulu F ■. 

Mix, T. E 

Mockbee, Dorothy 

Modjiska Club 

Moffatt, A. E 

Montrose, Mrs. D. or Joseph 

Mooney , Nettie _ . _ 

Moore, Ella M 

Moore, H. D 

Morgan, John F 

Morgan, Robert by C. F 

Morrcll, Eliza 

Morrison , Marie 

Mortimer, Emily 

Moss, Mary M 

Moss, Mary M.__ 

Mt. Gleison Mining and Milling Co 

Mouradian, Mrs. G 

Mouradian, Helen M. by Mrs. G 

Mouw, Anna M 

Moylan, Joyn K 

Murata, Y 

Murphy, Rev. D. W. J., administrator. .. 

Myers, Caroline W 

Myers, Israel.. _. 



Last known address 



825 W. Colorado ave., Glendale 

6510 Sunset blvd 

2126 Thompson St 

Unknown 

628 N. Harvard 

26 York House, Kensington Palace 

Gardens, London 

Unknown 

717 Temple St...- 

121 N. Eeaudry ave 

Unknown 

Ocean Park 

1822 Central ave 

960 Park View St 

Unknown 

228SanBenita 

Unknown 

Armanda 

Unknown 

510 Wall St 

H. W. Hellman Bldg 

526 S. Broadway 

405 E. Walnut ave., Monrovia 

South Pasadena 

1211 Beachwood dr 

215 W. 16th St ,-.-. 

439 Towne ave 

703 N. Figueroast 

6127 S. Vermont ave 

Flint, Michigan 

Issaqush, Wash 

Delta Bldg 

575 Gladys ave 

717 S. Burlington 

717 S. Burlington 

108 E. 7th St., Long Beach 

625 New High St 

625 New High St 

New Brunswick, Weldon, Canada _ 

304 H. W. Hellman Bldg 

1305 W. 9th St 

3506Poydrast 

Van Nuys Hotel _ 

Adams Apartments 

827Clantonst 

816 Lomita ave., Glendale : 

1730 W. 38th pi 

Soldiers Home, Sawtelle 

Unknown 

Unknown 

38 Desconso St., Long Beach.. _. 

2131 Manitou 

1 639 La Brea ave 

803 S. Figueroast 

Edison 

Unknown 

1703 W. 1st St 

1146 King St.. - 

1032 S. Olive st 

Burbank Theatre 

606 Rampart 

R.F.D. 1, box 109, Pomona 

2922 S. Flower st 

407 Adena st. , Pasadena 

2348 W\ 2l3t8t 

Unknown ■.. 

1201 S. Olive st 

6254 E. Sunset blvd 

358J4 S. Clarence 

358H S. Clarence 

Unknown. _ 

1001 S. Mariposa 

1001 S. Mariposa 

1700 WTiitfield rd., Pasadena 

419 Ruth ave 

Unknown _ 

348 Prospect ave _. 

331 Market st 

435 S. Spring st 



Alive or dead 



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Unknown. 
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Unknown. 
Unkno^vn. 



REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



325 



DEPOSITS UNCLAIMED FOR MORE THAN TEN YEARS-Continued 

As of January 1, 1929 

Security Trust and Savings Bank, at Los Angeles— Continued 



Name 



Last known address 



Alive or dead 



Amount 



Mvtrs, MisB N. J.. - 

Mynik. Charlotte P... 

Nelles Company 

Newman, M. E 

Newmnrk, Henry M. or Sophie 

Nichols, Clark A 

Nicliols, H. A..... 

Nichols, K. K 

Noiia, F. T 

Nor.'stroni, John , 

Northrup, W. M 

Oat man Thirty Syndicate 

O'Kclly, Eleanor C 

Oldham, Aimie S 

Olds, W. J., administrator 

Osgood, S.E._ - 

O'Sullivau, May 

Oiistie, C. C, trustee 

Ozcnne, 0. A 

Pace, James R 

Pacific Cable Excavator Co 

Paddison, W 

Parker, Lillian 

Parsons, L. B 

Pasadena Produce Co 

Pascoe, Ramona Husking 

Patten, Frances Ada 

Patterson, John R. or Lizzie 

Patton, Florence L , 

Patton, JohnC 

Paul, Charles 

Pauly, Mrs. Henry J 

Peak, LilaB 

Peaslee, Truman 

Pelley, W. E 

Perfex Co 

Perkasin, George 

Perkasin, George 

Perkins, Mrs. Chas. J 

Perrv, Bessie L. bv Chas. H 

Perry, Chas. G. by Chas. H 

Peterson, H. A. by Andrew ._ _., 

Pfund, E. L 

Phelan, Florence L. . _ _ . 

Phelps , Mabel 

Pike, Mrs. A. M 

Pilario, Mrs. J. D 

Pitzer, W. E 

Polacek, John 

Potter, Eleanor 

Potts, R. H 

Pow, James 

Pratt, Chas., attorney, ._ 

Preston, E.W 

Prince, Maude I 

Prouty, Mr. or Mrs. W. L 

Ragath, Mrs. W. H... 

Ramsay, Frances Desire by Robert Ewart 

Ramsey 

Randberg, B 

Ransburg, Grace D 

Ravmond, W. M. or Etta C 

Read, MertonC. or Pearl F 

Reagan, Mark Colton by Ellen 

Ream, Bessie Mae, by Nellie 

Rector, Emma C 

Rector, Minnie S 

Reed and Company 

Reed, Mrs. Helen F 

Reed, Lewis F _. 

Reinhold, Josie B 

Renier, Bessie E _ 

Reynolds, Mrs. E. E... 

Reynolds, N. A. _ 

Reynolds, Pat Upton 

Rice, Kate 

Rice, Lena B 

Rice, Minnie E. 



232 E. Chestnut ave., Monrovia 

2015 Highland ave 

410 Byrne BUg 

Taft 

2701 Wilshire 

San Diego 

Hawthorne 

Unknown _ 

625 S.Olive St 

102' o Los Angeles St 

Sin G ibricl 

329 Story Bldg 

Bryson Apartments 

1 745 Harvard 

622 W. 4th St 

3022 W. 1st St .- 

Venice 

Unknown 

978 E. Jefferson 

1204 \V. 51st pi.— - - 

HoUingsnorth Bldg 

General Delivery, San Pedro 

219 B. Marengo ave., Pasadena 

Lankershim 

45 E. Walnut St., Pasadena 

Unknown . 

1814 S. Grand ave 

Unknown 

159 E. 49th St 

Santa Margarita 

California Club Kitchen 

520 Mt. Washington dr._ 

P.O. box 1057 

Unknown 

1009 Broadway, Glendale 

52d and Santa Fe ave 

655 Castalar st 

655 Castalar St 

n5hS. Olivest 

Jean, Nevada 

Jean, Nevada 

201 S. Holliston ave., Pasadena 

3017 N. Clark St., Chicago, 111 

Hershey Arms Apartnr'ents 

354 N. Avenue 53 

601 Temple St 

Walnut 

Lancaster 

386H E. Colorado ave., Pasadena 

Rowan Apartments, 120 S. Bunker Hill 

634 E. 21st st 

2665 Humboldt 

Fallbrook 

614 H. W. HellmanBldg 

Unknown. _ 

427 E. 28th st 

6134 Selmaave 

R.F.D. box 539, S.an Gabriel 

Marvland Hotel, Pasadena 

R.F."D. l,box 179, Burbank 

2405 E. 6th St., Long Beach 

1115 Colton st 

Fuller ton 

1503 W. 56th st 

667 Coronado st 

744 Hartford st 

205 Grant Bldg 

244 S. Euclid ave., Pasadena 

1140 S. Hope st 

2544 Maliboust 

Unknown 

756 Carondelet st 

1103 W. 7th st 

Santa Rosa House 

143 Cedar ave.. Long Beach 

Lindsay ._ 

825 W. 50th st 



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530 61 


26 09 


740 29 


18 16 


54 30 


10 13 


11 71 


26 92 


18 08 


84 16 


19 40 


19 77 


22 20 


33 53 


176 84 


11 10 


37 94 


68 88 


11 05 


23 20 


90 20 


81 07 


130 00 


10 35 


23 84 


11 27 


24 83 


39 02 


10 54 


10 00 


137 24 


22 60 


27 39 


48 12 


11 24 


11 20 


12 34 


32 96 


29 10 


13 81 


13 90 


13 78 


23 01 


30 08 


14 92 


54 80 


11 06 


10 45 


11 27 


25 00 


108 72 


175 19 


55 94 


20 60 


20 64 


200 00 


40 00 


20 73 


70 84 


16 50 


22 81 


10 00 


27 69 


16 12 


81 75 


148 40 


83 83 


25 44 


18 68 


10 03 


14 07 


32 66 


10 75 


10 86 


20 22 


24 50 


55 20 



326 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



DEPOSITS UNCLAIMED FOR MORE THAN TEN YEARS— Continued 

Asof January 1,1929 

Security Trust and Savings Bank, at Los Angeles— Continued 



Name 



Last known address 



Alive or dead 



RUey, Albert- 



Riley, S. A 

Ritchie, Catherine 

Rix, Emma 

Robbins, Geo. W 

Robergh, V. H 

Robert and Huffman 

Robinson, Harry J 

Robinson, Robert 

Robinson, Virginia Mae by Thomas W 

Roche, E. J 

Roeder, Robt 

Roland, John 

Romes, Sam 

Rose, C. C ...- 

Rose, Mrs. Frances 

Ross, Helen 

Rossiter, Barbara L ^ 

Roth, Paul by Inez _. 

Rothfuss, Anna. -- 

Roulet, Louis 

Rourke , Bessie 

Rowland, Anna S. Cary, administratrix 

Russell, Mary C. or Helen B 

RussjII, Mary M 

Ryan, B. F.... 

Salmen.Ida 

Silvatore,Turco 

Salzer, A 

Samilis, estate of Evangelus by Michael 

Stamalatos, admi iiistrator 

Sample, Nettiie V 

Sanchez, Luiga 

Sargeant, Chas. M 

Savles, JosieB 

Sehablick, Mary 

Schaefer, Maud E 

Schmidt, E.H 

Schmitt, Henry J., by Fogelina 

Schneider, Fredericka 

Schnoka, T.H 

Schwartz, Alfrsd 

Schwartz, Milton D 

Seeliger,E. H.._ 

Shanewise, J. B ..- 

Sharp, G. F 

Shaw. BerniceE., by J. E 

Shawl, Theodore 

Shepard, A. E... 

Shipman, B. W --. 

Shive ey,L. E 

Shoeneman, E 

Silvernacl.E. M 

Simons, Rodney R 

Simpson, W. E ___ 

Skermer Lawrence 

Slocum, Mrs. E 

Small, W.M 

Smith, Dora 

Smith, Jas. R. or Winifred E 

Smith, John. 

Smith, John 

Smith, Lewis A. 

Smith, Wm. E 

Snow, Chas _. 

Som3rvillp Alexander 

Spitz, Golay, by Lillie _. 

Stankey, Mary 

Staples, Alfrci^ J 

Stenger, John Paul _. 

Stevens, Eleanor 

Stevenson, Mary M., by A 

Stewart, Clyde 

Stewart, Florence H 

Stewart, Mrs. J. T 

Stewart, T.M... 

Stirling, Thos. A 

Strickling, Joe 



c/o W. P. Welker, Colonial Trust Co., 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 
319 W.Franklin St.. 
317 E. 58th St., New York City, N. Y... 
633 South Hill st. 
Venice. 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Angelus Hotel 

941 Towne ave 

1918 La Salle ave... 
136 S. San Pedro. -. 
932J.2 S. Main st.... 

Paloma ave. 

Victorville 

923 N. State st 

Van Nuys Hotel 

2202V.i Griffith ave. 
356 S. Figueroa St.. 
1402U W. Pico St.. 

618 Turner st 

732 S. Flower St.... 
Nogales Arizona... 

Bairdstown 

628 Hawthorn ave.. 

64 W. 41st pi , 

Terminal Station.. 
1234 S.Grand ave.. 

1922E.9thst 

Unknown 



4567 W. 17th st 

276 S. Mainst 

1511 S. Grand ave 

473 Lakest 

2339 Hunterst 

1725 W. Adams 

1448 Alvarado terrace 

General Delivery 

600W. 41stdr._.. 

880 S. Louise, Edendale 

Warner Spring 

Portland, Ca ifornia 

St-atford Apartments 

Maricopa 

c/o Elks Club 

c/o U. S. Fruit Co. Lemon 

5077 Saratoga St., Ocean Beach. 

221 Loma ave.. Long Beach 

Con. Realty Bldg 

Corporation Bldg 

Unknown 

739 Coronadost 

Monrovia 

4505 Orchard ave 

936 Albany St.. 

Unknown 

605 E. llthst 

316E.5thst 

Long Beach 

Harper, Orange County. 

34 Green st., Pasadena 

1800E. Mainst.- -... 

40 St. James Park 

332 S. Broadway 

Unknown 

Nogales, Arizona 

942 S. Norton ave '. 

652>2E. 23th3t 

422W.7thst 

336 Winstonst 

4608 Orchard ave 

82nV'!8tlakeave 

Villa Maiy Hotel 

632 Lucas ave 

250 E. Union 3 1., Pasadena 

2021 Bayst 

2314 San Fernando rd 

1432Cassilpl 



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Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



327 



DEPOSITS UNCUVIMED FOR MORE THAN TEN YEARS-Continued 

Asof January 1,1929 

Security Trust and Savings Bank, at Los Angeles— Continued 




Strong, Mildred _ 

Sullivan, Peter 

Sullivan, Thomas 

Sundclius, Olof 

Sweberg, John 

Swem, H. A 

Swindle, Mr. or Mrs. L 

Sybort S. K 

Tavlor, Cora B. or Marion 

Taylor, Ethel M 

Taylor, Father Louis 

Taylor, T.W 

Teague, Mrs. J. R 

Tether. Emma 

Thayer, W. F 

Thoraas,Dr. C. P 

ThoDipson, Amanda 

Thompson, G. R 

Thompson, W. I.. 

Thor, Mrs. Ausustine 

Thortrton, Isabella 

Thurston, Fred W., trustee for Lillian A. 

Tisnerat, E 

Tizzard, R. B.. 

Todd, Mrs. Myrtle __ 

Tokitsu. S 

Tolley, Fern 

Toonev, Peter F 

Troxel, Clayton C, by Susie M 

Turrill, M. E. S., administrator 

Twin Sisters 

Tanner, C 

Ulrich, H. 

Union League Building Company _ 

Upton, J. W 

Usher, Fred E 

Van Buskirk, E. B 

Van Dyne, Anna Hayes 

Van Orden, James H.. 

Van Patten, Clyde _.. 

Van Valkenburgh, Louis Hurd _ 

Van Wyck, William or Madeline.. 

Varney, Alfred J 

Vaughn, Emily L 

Venton, A. E 

Vucich, Gorg 

Wagner, Frank E 

Walker, Frances Ann, by Mrs. H. E. Walker 

Walker, F. W 

Walker, Helen L., by Edward B. Walker, 

guardian 

Walker, James W 

Walker, Mary 

Walker, Owen 

Watson, Max 

Watte, Oscar 

Weathers, Matt.. 

Weeks, I. T 

Welch, E. M. or Mrs 

Western Lumber and Mill Co 

Westlake, Dr. Clara 

Wheeler, Howard E. or Edgar T 

Wheeler, Raymond B 

Whitaker, C. N., Jr 

White, H.L 

White.R. F., or Kate A 

Whittier, Minerva F., or Mrs. B. A. Denton. 

Williams, Mrs. Fannie 

Williams, Lillie Edith, by Edith B 

Williams, L. V 

WiLson, Annit, guardian 

Wilson, Bert Oliver 

Wilson, Edward 

Wilson Emmet N 

Winn, b. H.... 

Witham, Alice T 

Witherbce, Donald. 

Witts, Chas. C 

Wolf, Carl 



417 Andrews blvd 

General Delivery 

Soldiers Home 

Isthmus, Catalina Island 

20 )E. Istst 

Long Beach 

1122Coltonst. 

Unknown 

135.^ S. Prichard 

459 Eleanor st 

Blessed Sacrament Church 

6001 Eleanor ave, 

Hollywood Apartments 

3803 Stephenson ave, 

2434 Channing way 

Unknown 

Monrovia 

1831 Bridge St. 

4th and San Pedro 

Casa Grande, Arizona 

3049W. 6thst 

Olympic Club, San Francisco 

641 E. Seaside, Long Beach 

204 Mercantile pi. 

114J-^Santeest 

Route 1 box 269, Long Beach 

Regal Theatre 

Portsmouth Hotel 

San Fernando 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Rosslyn Hotel 

Unknown 

Union League Bldg, 
163 N. Spring St. 
646 W. 60th St. 
1237 E. 48th St. 
1748 W. 24th St. 

Indio 

Unknown 
1109 Ingraham 
434 W. 20th St. 
453 S. Hope st 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
420Ordst 
939 S. Olive st. 
1253 W. 30th st, 
Unknown 

127 Dexter St., Covina 

San Dimas 

236 N. Grand ave. 

2434 Channing Wav 

343 S. Hill st 

Los Alamitos 

2119 Enterprise st 

201 N. Occidental blvd. 

Unknown 

Unknown, 

General Delivery 

1038 W. 20th St. 

2176 W. 30th St. 

Monrovia 

2500 E. 4th st 

1767 W. 23d St. 

2529 E. Broadway, Long Beach 

1231 W. 8thst 

2937 Brighton ave 

Sedalia, Mo, 

649 Mimosa st 

238 W. 42d St. 

1069 Temple st 

Taft 

Unknown 

244 Burr ave.. La Canada 

1020 Burlington ave. 

Mojave.. 

Unknown 



$19 56 


21 11 


426 34 


10 67 


204 37 


12 48 


20 05 


15 00 


15 12 


20 28 


10 20 


12 09 


16 00 


28 18 


10 24 


35 00 


58 50 


17 71 


16 63 


10 10 


47 32 


18 99 


17 61 


18 66 


14 11 


53 21 


11 86 


61 94 


27 92 


26 85 


11 11 


50 00 


13 20 


73 77 


18 70 


19 70 


16 86 


19 95 


14 45 


13 89 


25 00 


84 70 


22 37 


17 37 


34 08 


16 65 


13 13 


13 79 


28 75 


16 77 


10 52 


19 62 


11 40 


10 70 


49 11 


52 09 


10 06 


23 11 


27 33 


25 96 


10 39 


16 08 


35 60 


22 86 


12 80 


100 00 


84 07 


22 79 


13 20 


18 86 


56 56 


20 81 


18 83 


30 47 


76 36 


11 59 


135 48 


1,329 68 



328 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



DEPOSITS UNCLAIMED FOR MOREJjTHAN TEN YEARS— Continued 

As of January 1,1929 

Security Trust and Savings Bank, at Los Angeles— Continued 



Name 


Last known address 


Alive or dead 


Amount 


Wolfe Mrs. C. V 


44!?n Wyoming st. 


Unknown ._ 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Dead 


$73 95 


Wood Emma I. or Thos. L 


Unknown . _ 


12 01 






15 32 


Wood James 


128 Locust ave., Long Beach - _ 


56 36 




Taft - 

Soldiers Home. . 


15 43 




70 62 


Wrede Walter . . . - - . . 


Seneca, 111 .- . 


Unknown _. 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 


12 08 




1737 N. Cahuenga ave 


18 23 






11 34 






65 63 




1420 Riverside dr., Glendale 


28 16 


Young, J. T 




10 00 




983 E. 36th st. 


86 57 


Young T. W. 


3784J/^ Wisconsin . 


18 19 


Zahl Charles . . ..- 




31 91 










$47,016 07 



Bank of Martinez, at Martinez 





Martinez 


Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 


$17 07 




Williams, Montana . . 


107 35 




Alamo . 


20 75 






17 50 


Luke S. A. 




11 30 










$172 40 



Northern California Bank of Savings, at Marysville 



Ah Hong 

Hi cock, A. D.. 
Roach, Maggie 



Marysville 

Stonnyford 

Portland, Oregon 



Unknown 
Unknown 
Dead 



$161 18 

48 52 

227 31 



$437 01 





Stanislaus County Savings Bank, at Oakdale 










Unknown.. 

Unknown 

Unknown 


$30 92 






41 83 




Unknown 


678 29 












$751 04 



Central Savings Bank of Oakland, at Oakland 



Abbott, Mrs. L 

Adkins, Mrs. Julia 

Ah Sing 

Alves, J 

Baraba, E. J. G., agent 

Beebe, Mrs. Elizabeth or Mary E. Scribner 

Bell, Ralph A 

Berry, Mrs. Peter 

Bissell, Louis T., by Martha S. BisselJ, tr. 
Bissell, Martha Jane, Martha S. Bissell, tr. 
Bissell, Wm. C, Jr., by Martha S. Bissell, 

trustee 

Bleed, Miss Clara E 

Brandon, Jas. W.. T. P. Brandon, tr 

Braun, John M 

Brazeau, Jos 

Burton, Fred 

Butler, H. L 



334 Lester ave 

1307Peralta 

201 7th St 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Alvarado 

Hilton 

571 10th st 

1737 Alameda ave., Alameda 

1737 Alameda avt., Alameda 

1737 Alameda ave., Alameda 

272 21st St.. 

588 Merrimac 

Altenheim 

47513^ Telegraph ave., account with Tele- 
graph ave. branch 

Grass Valley 

2315 Telegraph ave 



Unknown 
Unknown 
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Unknown 
Unknown 
Unknown 
Unknown 
Unknown 

Unknown, 
Unknown 
Unknown 
Unknown 

Unknown 
Unknown 
Unknown 



$19 72 
38 55 
34 74 

180 15 
15 50 
29 35 
11 25 

10 49 

11 16 
17 81 

19 42 
24 78 
60 06 
105 15 

11 25 
26 56 
34 28 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



329 



DEPOSITS UNCLAIMED FOR MORE THAN TEN YEARS— Continued 

As of January 1, 1929 

Central Savings Bank of Oakland, at Oakland — Continued 



Name 



Last known address 



Alive or dead 



AmouEt 



Carr, Mrs. Mary 

Ching, Wing Chuck 

Clarke. Eleanor H 

Cooper, R. W 

Copeland, Lizzie H. M. or Wm. E. Copeland 
Cravens, B. H., or Mae Du Val Cravens. . 

Davidson, Elizabeth E 

Davidson, Lou 

Davis, J. N 

Davis, LiUie.- 

De Azevedo, JoseSilveria 

Dow, Myrtle B 

Dragas.Nick 

Dunn.Chas. Stanley, Mrs. J. S. Dunn, tr.. 

Dunn, Rose B 

Eason, S.irah 

Eckenl)erg,Ebba 

EighoIz,Mrs.P. n 

Fallon, Margaret H 

Fisher , Alice or Elizabeth.. 

Forbes, Emma 

Fung, Tom 

Ganmans, Gordon 

Gartland , Mary 

Gernert , Gertrude Kraft _. 

Giovanni, Guidci 

Gordon, Josephine A 

Grant, Mrs. Nellie. 

Handler , Conrad 

Harmah, Grace 

Holm ,Melvin Monroe, LenetteHolm,tr... 

Hendrickson, John 

Hill, Virginia R.... 

Hines, Evelyn 

Hogan, Mamie 

Holin, Bernard Sanfred.LinetteHolm, tr... 

HorTat 

Hughes, Susan M 

Hutchinson, Mrs. Mary 

Isaacs Eva M . or Anita Eva Isaacs 

Iverson , Valeria, orC 



Jackson, Clarice M 

Jamison, Howard M 

Jenkins, Grace I 

Jennings, Johanna, or F. R 

Johnson, L. G 

Jungerman , Chas. W 

Kadawaki,M 

Kane, Mrs. Alice 

Kennedy, Howard A 

Keny on, William and RilJa 

Ke8sler,Mary A 

Kgoondye. Club 

Kuichi,Huni,by Shazo Takekoshi.tr... 

Leahy, Hannah, M. J 

Lorenzana, S 

Lu Chong 

Lucas, Mrs. Mary A 

Magee, Elsie 

Maguire, Mrs. Sabina 

Mason, Ribbie Day 

Maxfield, H. N 

MayQeld, Milton 

McClusky, Miss Anna 

Moore, C. T., administrator of estate of 

Elizabeth Z. Moore 

Murray, J. M 

Murray, Mary, S. P. Co 

Murray, Mary 

Niven, James 

Noble, Mrs. Emma M 

Norman, Ellen 

Norton, Lottie E 

Nunn, Clyde E 

Nye, Georgia 

O'Leary, Mrs. May T 

Palmer, Margaret 

Parke. Mrs. Jennie M 



1627 Market st 

Alice, between 4th and 5th st 

Nilrs 

2100 Broadway or c/o Anthony Co 

Unknown 

315 Lenox ave 

3029 West st 

327 Grand ave 

2328 Fruitvale ave 

Unknown 

Ormapac 

2437 10th ave 

Stockton 

Unknown 

Unknown :_. 

846 18th 3t 

3631 Jackson st 

Sacramento 

1469 Harrison 

850 .\thensave 

1110 Jefferson st 

1321 Washington st 

L'a-ndon Court Apartments 

Unknown 

P. 0. box 138, Hollywood 

958 Myrtle st 

919 Linden st 

809Lerida 

1033 18th St.... 

1131 Marion ave., Albany 

Unknown .\ 

Unknown 

Vacaville 

429 13th st 

Unknown 

R.F.D. 3, box 81, Santa Rosa 

318 6th st 

573 8th st 

1135 Center st 

Dr. Balls SanitariHmi, box 334 

Manhattan View and Hillside st., Elm- 
hurst 

1413 Sherman st., Alameda. 

Hanford 

442 Salem St., Emeryville... 

2105 Clement ave., Alameda 

Westwood 

Unknown 

4101 E. 14th st 

628 Merrimacst 

1057 12th st 

Unknown 

2126 Dwight way, Berkeley 

Unknown. 

361 26th st 

919 Union st 

Unknown 

733 Washington st., San Francisco 

1809 6th st 

630 54th st 

1211 West st 

716 Calmar, Piedmont 

Unknown 

Unknown 

670 22dst 

Unknown 

Unknown 

S. P. Co., Oak and 14th st 

372 Edward st 

Unknown. 

684 Wesley 

Market and 2 2d st 

1830 Prince St., Berkeley 

2344 E. 17th st 

1509 Broadway 

1560 Alice st 

2636 Haste St., Berkeley. 

Unknown 



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Unknown.. 
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Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
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Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
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Unknown- 
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Unknown. 
Unknown- 
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Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
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Unknown. 
Unknown.. 
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Unknown. 
Unknown- 
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Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 

Unknown. 
Unknown- 
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Unknown- 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 



$18 57 

2,041 52 

132 08 

15 22 
20 30 

16 15 

22 14 
11 37 

149 27 
43 16 
66 05 

13 72 
376 94 

48 12 
161 83 
48 59 
18 06 
11 66 

23 55 

14 18 
69 42 
35 04 
11 83 

1,761 40 

2,112 46 

143 73 

81 00 

37 55 
20 13 
11 99 
29 46 

330 92 

38 68 
11 98 

773 08 
29 22 

900 45 
85 62 

11 27 
20 07 

12 51 
10 18 

15 94 

13 00 

17 12 

14 47 
69 47 

10 46 

15 47 

11 51 
10 68 

110 93 
23 54 

12 08 
50 71 
15 85 
34 77 

13 31 
20 08 

18 85 
47 11 
10 70 
37 22 
17 25 

79 83 
17 58 
79 07 
141 94 

10 33 

11 96 
41 40 
10 71 
17 29 
46 44 
26 44 
84 79 

569 16 



330 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



DEPOSITS UNCLAIMED FOR MORE THAN TEN YEARS— Continued 

Asof January 1,1929 

Central Savings Banl< of Oakland, at Oakland — Continued 



Name 



Last known address 



Alive or dead 



Parker, Annie 

Paatarino, C- --- 

Patterson, J. L.. 

Petitpierrc Adella 

Petrie Artnur L, , o r Minne E 

Pitts, Ruth F 

Reedsma, Mrs. Helen Blanche 

Reese, Dsborah, trustee 

Riffel.JohnW., or Sarah Riffel 

Riley, J. S., trustee for Ruth G. Riley 

Robb,Thos., R. H. Spencer, trustee 

Roswell, W. Cheney 

Runge, Constance I 

Russell , Anna H 

Schick Jacob- 

Schmidt, Lena... 

Seebeckand Granholt 

Sheridan, Mrs. J 

Stelter,Rena 

Stone, Elsa Verna and Navarra and Anona 

Stone, by Isabf^lle Stone, trustee 

Stone, WilhelmineH 

Suckert,L. W 

Sullivan, Mathew 

Sumi,Y 

Svenson, Charles 

Van Sant Robert H 

Vinay, John 

Vincent , Carre S 

Virluva. Giovanni 

Ward,Mrs.C. W 

Watson. T.S 

Weaver,Mrs. F. B 

Westlake,Mrs. J. R 

Wessells.Mervin George. 

Wheeler, Pauline L 

Whilton, Katherine, Katheripe S. Whilton , 

trustee 

White, John 

Wilson, Alex.- 

Wilson, Rae B 

Winslow, Emily M. , or Mary Francis 

Doscete 

Wishing, Annie 

Wright, M.M 

Yonikura, George 

Zachariah , Sam 



3900 Broadway 

239 Claremont ave... 

1325 Washingtonst 

Unknown 

6619 Telegraph ave 

Unknown 

Napa 

Unknown 

438 Avon 

Fruitvale 

234 E. 14th st 

517 10th St 

2715 Sutter St., San Francisco... 

19th and Telegraph 

2415 Santa Clara ave., Alameda 

Unknown 

5601 Marshall st 

71517thst 

2408 13th ave 

726 Camilla St., Berkeley 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Merfi tt Hospital 

63 6th St 

Unknown 

301 First National Bank Bldg... 

1002Websterst 

385 Orangest 

Unknown 

16th St. Station 

Unknown 

908th st 

3511 Marketst 

2526 Marketst 

Unknown... _ 

40 El Camino Real 

Unknown 

231 13thst 

Unknown 

581 33d St.. 

781 10th st 

Hotel Athens 

6526 Telegraph ave 

3549 Damuth 



Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unloiown. 
TJnknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 

Unknown, 
Unknown, 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown, 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown, 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown, 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown- 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 

Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown- 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 



Farmers and Merchants Savings Bank, at Oakland 



Andreani , Pini , per Quinta Bordali,, tr 

Arnold .Ethel, per Frank W. Arnold, tr 

Ashcom, Elizabeth D., per Alice L. Ash- 

com, trustee 

Baker, Dale Hartley or R. M 

Barnum, Dorothy, per Mrs. Ella Young, tr.. 
Bennett, Elizabeth Glenn, per Roger H. 

Bennett, trustee 

Bennett, Grace Strader, per Roger H. 

Bennett, trustee 

Bona, Alfred, perE. Podesta, trustee 

Bunney, Fred 

Chappell, Edith, per J. D. Chappell,tr 

Cooper, Chas. F., per Mrs. Frank Cooper.. 

Elfredo, Dr. M 

Fletcher, Wm. K., per W. K. Fletcher, tr. . 

Foo, Yee 

Fox, Mrs. Alice 

Fristrom, Olivia. 

Gillies, Donald, per Mrs. J. B. Gillies, tr.. . 

Gillies, Margaret, per Mrs. L. Gillies, frr 

Goldsnii t h, Elsie Anna 

Gordon, Edw. B 



Oakland 

Oakland 

4239Howest 

1212 Broadway 

4620 Shattuck ave.... 

10558th st 

10558thst.. 

9529 Cherry st 

463 Rose St., 

106 Henry st 

Alameda Poiiit 

St. George Hotel 

3758 Shafter ave 

1217 Harrison st 

San Pablo Creek 

1002 28th St.. 

Grant ave., Fitchberg 
Grant ave., Fitchterg 

764 Walker st 

Key Route Inn 



Unknown. 
Unknown. 

Unlcnown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 

Unknown. 

Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown - 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 



r 



REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



3.'n 



DEPOSITS UNCLAIMED FOR MORE THAN TEN YEARS— Continued 

Asof January 1,1929 
Farmers and Merchants Savings Banit, at Oalcland — Continued 



Name 


Last known address 


Alive or dead 


Amount 






Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown,. 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown. 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown.. 

Unknown.. 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown.. 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown. 


$666 42 




830 Oak st 


10 64 


Hoist Violet per John Heist, tr 


1049 54st -.- 


11 59 


Hopkins, John \V., per Mary R. Hopkins, 




15 38 


Hull, Betty, per Hinim Hull, trustee 

Jones, Ganeva. per Louise Jones, trustee. - 


1427 5th ave. 


12 97 




16 72 




50 50 


Kirklaiid J. N. 


41 Shrader St., San Francisco .- . 


39 46 






27 32 


Levy, Florine, per Geo. W. Hosmer, gdn._. 


3659 Piedmont ave - 


42 18 


3659 Piedmont ave 


54 90 




1724 8thst. — 


11 10 






31 26 


McGcaii Fred V. 




10 33 






14 40 


McNear Cvril 0. per Mrs. Willa McNear 




11 98 




716 18th St 


34 24 




2117 10th ave. .. 


23 84 


Mullen, John - . . 


916 Alice St. 


13 62 




1279 Eddy st., San Francisco 


59 98 




Oakland 

962 28th St.— 


14 17 




11 31 


Sherman, Hilda per Isadore Sherman, tr. 


1062 28thst - 


14 00 




683 6th St.— 

3520 Douglas St..- 


16 78 


Suarez Salvador, per Marie N. Suarez 


11 02 


Whitlock, Mrs. M 




21 94 


Wilson, Thomas 


9433 Foothill blvd 


10 82 


Yan, M. C 


509 Webster st 


23 15 










81,758 78 



The Oakland Bank, at Oakland 



Arthur, Frank E 

Blumenthal, Ben 

Beecroft, Minnie V 

Bechtold,.Anna M., or Harold Broderick _. 

Bartges, Mrs. Lillian 

Belle, Edd 

Bilodeau, Lionel 

Coldridge, Katherine M... 

Cutter, C.H.,Jr 

Comiskey, Josephine E 

Carey, Mrs. Mary 

Curtis, .Asenath P., or Murray 

Costa, Miss Mary L _ 

Delamater.Mrs. Vida N 

Duck, Clair Roy . 

de Lobingier, Mrs. Marie. 

Duke, Mrs. Julia B 

Emerson , Miss Olivia 

Fahe.v, Annie C 

Foste r, Annie 

Fowitz, Hvrry J 

Fisher, William 

Firington, Clara A. . _. 

Goslce, Miss Malinda E 

GiUagher, Elizabeth C, or Chas 

Gross, John L., or Juliet W 

Gomes, Joao F.. 

Guthrie, R. Theodore _.. 

Gurd, Emma A., by A. W. Gamble 

attorney-in-fact 

Hiirlihy, Miss Bertha A 

Halvorsen, Enga 

Hansen , Jens Holger 

Henrahan, Mil fred 

Holt, Mrs. Emily B 

Holmes, Rdw. L., administrator of estate of 

Wm. H. Harnden 

Heelan, MissNellie 

Higley, W. B.. 

Hughes, Mrs. Susan M 

Johnson, Lars P _ 



816 11th st 

754 Harrison st... 

2310 Prospect St., Berkeley 

Unknown 

1665 11th St.... 

1864 7th st 

2803 Regent St., Berkeley 

3601 Telegraph ave 

2260Grovest 

Unknown ._ __. 

5131E. 14th st 

767 6th st 

1725 Market st -. 

1235 Union St., Alameda. 

220 Grant ave., Napa 

340 Eddy St., San Francisco 

1931 90thave 

1162 Centerst 

San Jose. __. 

Livermore 

1743 King ave., Fruitvale 

8i027thst. 

Fabiola Hospital 

SlOOGi-ovest 

2825 Penimanst 

Poralta .Apartments 

824 Magnolia st. _ 

201 Sansome st , San Francisco. 



2248 38th ave 

2015 Pacific ave., Alameda _ 

2361 Mitchellst 

613 Broadwav 

3831 13th ave., 

1422 8th st -.- 



318 Finest., San Prancisco. 

864 3l8tst 

926 Poplarst.. 

573 8th st 

Oakland 



Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
LTnknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown., 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown,. 
Unknown,, 

Dead 

Unknown.. 
L'nknown.. 
Unknown,, 
Unknown,. 



Unknown 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unk own. 

I'nknown, 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 



$15 76 


17 93 


10 83 


19 34 


14 57 


75 25 


10 62 


68 00 


46 73 


11 30 


161 81 


39 53 


18 83 


309 03 


12 16 


37 69 


39 80 


237 28 


22 66 


11 69 


37 91 


11 15 


148 51 


21 85 


17 50 


13 91 


25 65 


10 31 


399 90 


16 21 


17 49 


569 96 


15 27 


13 86 


17 87 


36 20 


14 61 


57 82 


62 12 



332 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



DEPOSITS UNCLAIMED FOR MORE THAN TEN YEARS— Continued 

As of January 1,1929 

The Oakland Bank, at Oakland— Continued 



Name 



Last known address 



Alive or dead 


Amount 


Unknown 


$22 88 


Unknown 


21 60 


Unknown 


36 11 


Unknown 


11 26 


Unknown . 


11 34 


Unknown _ 


16 89 


Unknown 


104 61 


Unknown 


12 18 


Unknown 


22 57 


Unknown . 


10 68 


Unknown 


12 44 


Unknown 


61 09 


Unknown... _ _ 


25 34 


Unknown 


23 49 


Unknown 


58 01 


Unknown 


31 39 


Unknown _ 


263 52 


Unknown. . 


11 73 


Unknown 


37 16 


Unknown 


79 84 


Unknown 


16 93 


Unknown 


18 40 


Unknown . 


10 45 


Unknown 


21 38 


Unknown 


22 18 


Unknown 


997 39 



Jenkin,Miss Eliza A 

Jacobs, Grace C, trustee for Robert Y. 

Jacobs 

Jacobs, Grace C, trustee for Chas. Wm. 

Jacobs 

Kuudsen, Karl E 

Lowery, JaB. E. or Hattie J 

Loomis, Lottie 

Le Houeron, Miss Anna 

Lafon, Ernest or Julie 

Lansing, Miss Catherine 

Lyons, Frederick Nelson 

Lamontagne , M rs. Catherine 

Loucks, Warren E 

Lucot , Joseph E 

Meyer , M iss Dora 

McLaughlin, May B., or Jennie C. Robin- 
son -- 

Peters, Miss Mary H 

Pereira, Manuel _ 

Palmer, Geo. F 

Pearse, Reginald 

Petersen, Mrs. Maria B 

Reney, Mrs. Mary 

Speakman, Thomas 

Sorel, John 

Teschau , Johann F... 

Wood, W. R 

Wick, Clara 



Vendome Hotel, 9th st 

Oakland 

Oakland 

125 Moss ave 

917E.24thst 

Touraine Hotel 

57,8th St 

914 Oak St., Alameda 

2721 Hillegr.ss ave , Berkeley 

Terminal Hotel, San Francisco 

431 26th St 

3161 Fruitvaleave 

119H Sanford st, Pittsburgh, Pa.. 
1724 Filbert 

837 Marketst 

3479A 18th St., San Francisco 

735Henryst 

619-21 Mission st, San Francisco.. 

61710th st 

3061 23d ave 

720 High st 

169 Collirgwood st, San Francisco 

401 Verron st.. 

4562 Vallpjo St., San Francisco 

5514 Dover st 

1331 Castro st 



Orange Savings Bank, at Orange 



Bradley, Edwin James.. 

Eden, W. F 

Fox, Bert 

Hickey, Mrs. E. C 

Landerich, Minnie Belle 

Lucas, Marjor ie 

Reuter , P 

Williams, Jane Ann 



Orange. 
Orange. 
Orange. 
Orange. 
Orange 
Orange. 
Orange. 
Orange. 




Bank of A. Levy, Incorporated, at Oxnard 



Acosta, Jose 

Cerfoglia, Gabriel 
Wilhite, Isabelle.. 



El Rio, Oxnard 

Camarillo 

Oxnard 



Unknown 
Unknown 
Unknown 



Citizens Savings Bank of Pasadena, at Pasadena 



Hewitt Etta H 

James Bros., by James Wong 

Johnson, J. B., guardian, Lucy Baker 
Spinetta, Eugene Leslie 



R.F.D. 2, box 910, San Gabriel 

Unknown 

66 Worchester 

76 North Fair Oaks.. 



Unknown 
Unknown 
Unknown 
Unknown 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



333 



DEPOSITS UNCLAIMED FOR MORE THAN TEN YEARS— Continued 

Asof January 1,1929 

First Trust and Savings Bank of Pasadena, at Pasadena 



Name 


Last known address 


Alive or dead 


Amount 


Ahlstrom, Mrs. Florence L. 


777 N. Fair Oaks ave 

363 Ashtabula st. 


Unknown 

Unknown _ 

Unkrown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown. 

Unknown. _ 

Unknown.. 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown.. 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 


$58 66 




147 39 




74 W. Walnut St. 


142 66 




132 S. Pasadena ave 


53 55 


Clark, E. R. 




62 97 




236 N. Lake ave. .. - 


14 84 


Dillon H. A. 


128 W. Green st. 


92 16 




236 Oakland 

39 E.Howard 


14 89 


Frederick, Mrs. S. H. . . 


23 54 


Harris, Mahala A 

Henderson , Norman.. 


136 S. Vernon.... 

Palm Springs 

1715 25th St., Los Angeles 

374 S. 2d St., San Jose 


14 60 
13 53 
13 95 


Lacey, Mr. or Mrs. W. S 


13 15 




254 S. Hudson 

158 E. Colorado st. 


141 49 


McGee, Maggie _ 

Pierce, Cora Belle ._ _ _ 


148 40 


Dewey, Yavapai county, Arizona 

Lamanda Park 

1514 Alice St., Oakland 


62 23 


Robertson, Gerald A., by Mrs. E. C, tr... 


14 38 

199 87 








$1,232 26 



Bank of Pinole, at Pinole 



Beasley, Alma 

Beasley, Warren 

Gonsalves, Jesus 

Graham, Rosalie Florence. 

Hansen, John Clair 

St. Isabel Society 

Moller,Paul 

Pereria, Joe 



Dover, New Jersey 
Dover, New Jersey 

Rodeo.. 

Rodeo 

Rodeo 

Pinole _- 

Unknown 

Crockett 



Alive 

Alive 

Unknown 

Alive 

Alive 

Alive 

Dead 

Alive 



$21 95 


23 18 


382 71 


16 87 


315 63 


80 92 


114 31 


100 00 



$1,055 57 



Bank of Point Arenn, at Point Arena 






Bridgeport Creamery Co 

Moore, George E 


Elk 

Point Arena 


Liquidated 

Alive 


$10 25 
17 91 








$28 16 



• 


Pomona Commercial and Savings Bank, at Pomona 






Andrews, H. F 

Hastings, Mary . 


South Ellen st 

Claremont 

Unknown 


Unknown 

Unknown. 

Unknown 


$412 79 
39 76 




187 40 










$639 95 



Bank of Tehama County, Red Bluff 



Dairyville, Aux 

Boggs, Margaret L. . 


Los Molinos 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 


Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 


$114 53 
40 00 


Grant, T.H 


45 00 


Mitchell, R. J._ _ 


30 00 




$229 53 



$34 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



DEPOSITS UNCLAIMED FOR MORE THAN TEN YEARS— Continued 

Asof January 1,1929 

Security Savings Bank of Riverside, at Riverside 



Name 



Last known address 



Alive or dead 



Armingtoii, Mrs. M. J 

Baldwin, Chas. D 

Barney, B. B 

Board, Adelaide -_ 

Boone, Henrietta F 

Brilen, Doric S 

Brown, Jack, by B. Brown 

Burks, Eva 

Clark, Hester 

Cleveland, Arthur M 

Compton , A _. 

Condon, Lillian 

Ferrell,Geo. D.,Jr 

Foster, Norman, H., by Mrs. Bannie 

GiUiland, Edwin J., or Helen M 

Green, H. Viola^ _.- 

Gregory, Angelina N. J 

Harma, Martha E., or Mrs. J. S. Ballard 

Harrison, David Milton 

Kolb, T. B 

Laurence, Roger 

Lochlin, Martha May 

Mansfield, Francis, trustee. 

Mather, Mrs. Emma 

McKee, Bronson 

Meneley, Helen S 

Miller, Rebecca 

Muzzy, J. T --- 

Nuttle, Maria M -. 

Omsted, E., or Pauline 

Pablo, John 

Reinhuber , Wm 

Richmond, Esther G 

Seirnell, Mrs. E. W. P 

Smith, Mary Hooker 

Snyder, H.M 

Ward, Ida May 

Wardrobe, W. F., trustee 

Weed, Mary J 

White, Mrs. J. E... 

Woodman, John A 



.Arlington 

595 Orange St., Riverside 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Warrington Hotel 

Unknown 

Unknown 

183 Cottage St 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

451 Jurupa ave 

Corona 

Unknown 

1889 Park ave 

Lincoln Heights 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Sherman Institute 

Unknown 

Seattle, Wash 

Unknown 

Unknown.. 

Unknown 

1790Parkave 

Constancia, Cuba 

Sherman Institute 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Colton 

1627 S. Hope st., Los Angeles 

Unknown 

Armada 

Unknown 

Unknown 

698 14th st 



Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown- 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown- 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 

Dead 

Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown- 
Unknown. 
Unknown - 



California Trust and Savings Bank, at Sacramento 



Andrada, J. C 

Alacon , Tone 

Boboo 

Chama, Maya 

Daal, H. A 

Donadei, John 

Fay, Mrs. P., trustee. 

Kinsey, A. K 

Laurinaga, Juan 

Leng, Kweng Cho 

Loofbourrow, H. I.--. 

Mavnard, Mason 

Moffett, Katherine F 

Morodomi, S 

Ning, Chang 

Olding, Mrs. A. F.... 

Singh, Bnchinet 

Singh, Ban 

Singh, Budh--- 

Smisljan 



535 36th St., Oakland --. 

922 2d St., Sacramento 

Unknown 

Unknown 

1615 8th St., S.acramento 

Unknown.. 

1017 Natomast., San Francisco 

Biggs 

925 Front St., Sacramento 

735 Clay st., San Francisco 

809 1st., Sacramento.- 

Spring Garden 

1700 Nst 

14064th st 

920 3dst 

4407 Kentucky ave., Oxfordshire, Eng, 

Box 12, Colusa -. 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 



Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 

Dead 

Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 



REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



335 



DEPOSITS UNCLAIMED FOR MORE THAN TEN YEARS— Continued 

Asof January 1,1929 

San Bernardino Valley Bank, at San Bernardino 



Name 


Last known address 


Alive or dead 


Amount 


Ellison, Nannie,trusteefor Wm. C 

Greer, B. F. 


821 Main st., Albuquerque, N. Mex 

629 Hearst Bldg., San Francisco; Douglas, 


Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown __ 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 


$10 61 




61 69 


Hansen, Chris., by Mrs. Agnes Benedict... 

Hansen, Ray, by Norma Hansen, tr 

Hilli8,Lucv, trustee for Elmore T., Jr 


Unknown _ _ 

Unknown 


16 45 
18 59 
81 73 


Hillie, Mary Duane 

Mason, Earl and Gsrtrude, by Mrs. R. 
Stratton, guardian, Roscoe Goodceil, 
Legal guardian ... . _ 


Barstow 

489 7th St. 


19 58 
34 44 


Miller, Mrs. C.E., trustee for E.O 

Miller, Samuel Kendall, by Georgian* K. 

Miller, trustee 

Peck, Vernon 

Peterson, Mr. or Mrs. J. A 

Phinney, Lillie B. 


Unknown 

Unknown 

439 Arrowhead ave 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Nehalem, Tillamook, Oregon 

Unknown 

566 9th St. 


21 64 

21 16 
27 33 
17 02 

27 75 


Reed, Marion, or Mrs. Beulah 

San Bernardino Boird of Fire Under- 
writers, W. H. Dixon, secy, and treas 


426 72 

38 82 
37 55 


Weatherman, David, by Mrs. Silas, trustee- 


Unknown 


51 19 


- 


$912 27 



San Diego Trust and Savings Bank, at San Diego 



Security Trust and Savings Bank of San Diego, at San Diego 



Greenberger, Joseph. 
Hansen, Harry N 



Unknown 

1312 Front St. 



Unknown. 
Unknown. 



$218 05 
393 10 



$611 15 



American Trust Company, at San Francisco 



464 California Street Office 

Byrne, Rev. Phillip 

Campbell, Ira G 

Churchill, M. A 

Estate of Karl Howard . _ _ 

Estate of Stephen D. Ives 

Estate of Edward PoUitz 

J. D. Milton Oil and Development Co... 

Rodgers, Elizabeth 

Tobin, Mary D 

Savings Union Office 

Alahakon, .\ndres _ 

Althof, Lottie I _. 

Amos, Tiff ney M 

Anderson, Robert, Jr., and Emma A 

Baker, Mrs. Elise 

Bardsley, Leonard 

Barry, ALargaret J., trustee, Ethel 

Bates, Henry S., trustee, Merrill 

Baum, Mxrgarita.. 

Bay, Lewis I., or Maude 

Beck, Eva G 

Beck, RolloH 

Benjamin, Leung Jim 

Bird, Donald M 

Bithell.Villard or Sophie 

B.lair,.JohnG 

Blumenthal , Alvita H 

Braida, John. 



1243 Stanyan St 

Unknown 

Napa 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Hotel Fairmont 

840 Powell St.. 

139 Townscnd st ..-^ 

2775 Telegraph ave., Oakland 

Simpson , Nevada 

Los Gatos 

1224 6th St., Alameda 

Hotel Thomas 

Courtland 

101 Montgomery st 

276 Lee St., Oakland 

Watsonville 

431 Lagunitasave., Oakland 

3219 Briggs ave., Alameda... 

915 4th St., Sicramento 

5436 Locksley ave., Oakland 

First National Bank Bldg 

Alaska Packers Association, 310 Sansome 

st 

Palace Hotel 

3408 Woodland ave. , Seattle, Wash 



Unknown 


$19 03 


Unknown 


23 41 


Unknown 


12 45 


Dead 


119 76 


Dead.. ^ 


178 00 


Dead 


109 55 


Unknown _ 


138 22 


Unknown 


46 25 


Unknown 


14107 


Unknown 


279 17 


Unknown.. 


14 39 


Unknown 


29 07 


Unknown 


12 16 


Unknown 


330 23 


Unknown 


17 72 


Unknown 


11 30 


Unknown 


47 90 


Unknown 


16 61 


Unknown 


18 81 


Unknown.. 


43 81 


Unknown 


20 88 


Unknown.. 


17 84 


Unknown 


69 06 


Unknown 


46 04 


Dead 


160 10 


Unknown 


18 33 


Unknown 


25 21 



336 



REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



DEPOSITS UNCLAIMED FOR MORE THAN TEN YEARS-Conflnued 

Asof January 1,1929 

American Trust Company, at San Francisco— Continued 



Name 



Savings Union Office — Continued 

Cahalan , Harry F 

California Co-operative Society 

Cannon, Flora B 

Carter, Dr. Martin G. or Ella R 

Carter, Richard 

Casey , Frank H 

Cheung, Mooie 

Christiansen, Hans H 

Church, Frank,trustee for John I 

Clark, Frank A 

Clarke, Frank E 

Clinch, William G 

Coombs , Wm. B 

Cooper , Anita H 

Cressey, Ellen M., or Laura Gear 

Curtis, Carleton A 

Danielson, Peter 



de Silveira, Jose V 

De Jogh, Ivanhoe 

Demarest, David D 

Dexter, Rusha W 

Dietz, Lizzie A 

Ditmas, Cecil H., trustee, Barbara 

Donahue, Henry M 

Dougherty, Dave 

Dresser , Nell 

Dunne, Viola H 

Dunn, Virginia L 

Dutton, Henry S... 

Edwards, Richard C _. 

Egerton, Ada S. or Josephine 

Eldredge, Zoeth S., or Frances 

Ensign, William H 

Fall, Margaret T 

Fen ton , Henry 

Ferguson , Tillie J 

Foley, Patrick 

Fox, George W 

Frediani, Giuseppe 

Fryer, Ernest C 

Gillagher, Ernestine E 

Girin , Gjrtrude V. or Etienne 

Garwood, Daniel S 

Gillihan, Allen F 

Glessner, Chauncey M 

Goldstein, Percy I 

Goudy , Joseph 

Graham , John 

Grant, Ella 

Gray, Charles R 

Greenwood, Chester C 

Gustave, Alfopse R 

Hamilton, William J 

Hannah, William 

Hanson, Chirles W 

Haswell, Nellie C. or Mary 

Heuck, Fanny H., Executrix 

Higgirs, Raymonda A., trustee 

Hilemon, William 

Hislop, John 

Hobro, George F 

Horan, James 

Hosking, Mrs. M. J., executrix of estate of 

W. Hosking 

Howard , Harry 

Hoyt, George L 

Huber , Valentine 

Hunt, Harry C- 

Hutchinson, Lincoln 

Hyne, Henry A... 

Irwin, William R 

Jarvis, Alice 

Johnson, Ada, trustee, Maurice Dore 

Johnson, Anna 

Johnson, Evelyn D., or Walter S 

Johnson, Sil lie J 

Jones, Julia Ii._ 



Last known address 



Petaluma, R.F.D. No. 2-.. 

c/o Geo. W. Lewis ,712 Larkin st 

3720 Telegraph ave., Oakland 

1638 Cimarron st., Los Angeles 

Mammoth, Shasta County 

162 Bernard at 

Stockton Asylum 

360 Elizabeth st 

Taylorsvillc, Plumas County 

S. F. Protestant Orphan Asylum 

Niles, Alameda County 

2310 Buchanan st 

Little River , Mendocino County 

Burlingame 

2844 California st 

Fort Bragg 

c/o Northern Bank and Trust Co., Seattle. 

Wash 

Athlone, Merced County 

881 Clayton st 

1710 Walnut St., Berekeley 

379 Sinta Clara ave., Oakland 

2115 Scott st 

Misich P.O., San Luis Obispo County 

c/o Pacitio Mail, S. S. Siberia 

Cuprite , Nevada 

Paso Robles 

Gilroy 

562 Waller st 

700 Mason st 

1451 Union st 

616 Baker st 

2621 Divisaderost 

Roberts, Los Angeles County 

Paris, France 

San Jose de Guatemala, Central America. 

315 5th st 

639 Bryant st 

Redwood City 

2727 Califorr ia st 

Kelvin, Arizona 

1590 Sicramento st 

1418 Waller st 

Liverraore 

Health Department, Oakland 

1400 Van Ness ave 

338 45th St., Oakland 

2243 Turk st 

964Haightst 

420Bartlettst 

HlSickels- 

626Yorkst.,Vallejo 

820 Sutter st 

3284 Mission st 

Cisco 

1214 Laguna st 

576 Greenwich st 

716 Franklin st 

660 Bush st 

Oroville 

c/o Arnhold and Company 

2138 Divisaderost 

St. Johns, 8th and Howard sts 

Redlands, San Bernardino County 

Leviathan Mine, Yucca, Arizona 

895 Mission st 

682 46th ave 

200 Laurel St.. 

9 Canyon rd., Berkeley... 

Belmont, San Mateo Countv 

1506 29th ave., Oakland __.. 

3765 Army st 

210C.diforriast 

3 Peralta ave 

833 Cabrille st 

Crocker Old Peoples Home 

634 Ashburyst 



Alive or dead 



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Amount 


$74 94 


13 40 


11 15 


15 22 


27 07 


504 66 


173 35 


13 71 


10 11 


19 43 


52 89 


81 62 


20 45 


10 44 


38 77 


97 64 


101 95 


11 82 


12 97 


20 87 


31 26 


15 95 


17 43 


2,303 35 


13 84 


40 49 


16 87 


145 43 


24 77 


10 97 


389 00 


11 76 


20 28 


21 88 


33 70 


10 58 


7,757 68 


13 40 


15 94 


12 93 


12 77 


18 61 


30 56 


15 55 


15 82 


15 09 


54 31 


15 15 


15 83 


31 58 


12 29 


173 CO 


21 22 


272 18 


12 74 


24 28 


2,030 18 


22 20 


105 49 


16 79 


40 77 


877 33 


15 24 


17 45 


18 56 


36 83 


90 94 


22 01 


282 58 


14 73 


11 37 


45 84 


19 07 


24 44 


357 48 


13 76 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



337 



DEPOSITS UNCLAIMED FOR MORE THAN TEN YEARS— Continued 

Asof January 1,1929 

American Trust Company, at San Francisco— Continued 



Name 



Savings Union Office— Continued 

Jones, Latona H 

Judy, Walter or Grace, trustees, Clayton _ 
Kauffman, Eugene or Florence, trustees for 

Jean F _ 

Kelhani, Mary I., trustee for Frederick B. _ 

Kelton, Matilda E.,tr., for Lorenzo, Jr 

Ken tfield, Harriet --- 

King, Eliza F 

Kummerlander, Frank, tr., for R. Simcoe. - 

Kustel, Albert J 

Lennon, Roger 

Lohman, Grace H., trustee for Alice 

Lonnberg, Mrs. Lisi 

Loughran, Lizzie 

Luse, Edna _ 

Lux, Frank A., Jr 

Mass, Joseph 

Madrid , Ygnacio 

Martini, Emma A 

McDonald, George 

McKee, Mary 

McKenzie, Phillip. _ 

MacKiiiley, Jennie J 

Mac Leod, Marian, trustee for Marian K. 

Campbell- 

McNyre, William L 

Mead, Lew's D., (Incompetent) 

Miller, Lizzie M., or Helen A 

Molpra, Ensebino 

Mulligan, .lames, or Mary A. Norris 

Munton , Ernest or Frances 

Ng Gee Kit 

Overend , Elizabeth 

Painter, J. B., Company 

Parker, C irol ine L 

Powell, Alvin 

Power , John 

Prendergast, John W _ 

Reese, Harriet 

Rey, Emile 

Richirdson , Alfred D ___ _ 

Riley, Thomas 

Roller, Frank R.... 

Ross, Chas. T ._. 

Safra, Juse 

Salter, Thomas C 

Samuels, Abraham M 

Sausalito Bay Land Company. 

Schaeer, Ernest I 

Scheriistein, Eleanor H 

Schier, Herman 



Last known address 



.Alive or dead 



Schmitt, Emma 

Schoenfeld , Ben 

Schroeder, Francis C 

Sextoji, George B., trustee for Roger Korns- 

thoeft 

Shaw, Edith A 

Shaw, Virgil F 

Sherman, George R., and Frances (dead)-. 

Sksllenger.H. D 

Smith, Huldah G. and Harry G 

Smith, Lancelot H., or Rosa. 

Smith, Thos. H., and Ida E... 

Spengler, Albert- - _ 

Spiers, Katherine E 

Strouse, Emilie, gdn., for estate of Albert 

Strouse 

Strouse, Emilie, gdn. for estate of Mark.. 

Sue, Locke 

Suenderman, Charles or Henry 

Thompson, Mary F 

Todd, Cora 

Tsikoores , George - 

Twombly, Margaret 

Van de Kamp, Tine. 

Vincent, William 

22—69903 



1164 W. 37th pi., Los Angeles. 
Roseville 



740 Mission st 

Sharon Bldg 

1714 Oak St., Alameda.- 

333 Fremont st _ 

1501 Van Ness ave 

1256 Broadway 

268 Market st 

c/o Wm. Cluff Company - . - 

Los Altos 

1145 Finest 

St. Catherine Home 

Ill Montgomery st 

Baldwin House, 6th and Market sts.. 
42 McKibbinst., Brooklyn, N.Y..... 

1950 Washington st 

2834 Divisadero st 

Veterans Home, Napa County 

119 Serpentine . _ _ _ 

Pacific and Battery sts 

135 Hayes st 



726 Fillmore st 

Unknown 

Butler Bldg 

2025 Bray ave., Fruitvale. 

2025 Sacramento st 

986 Page st 

Larkspur 

781 Clayst 

81 Clara ave 

514 Kohl Bldg 

2545 Van Ness ave 

Thayer Bldg., Oakland.. 

S. S.Sierra 

510 W. 31st St., Los .Vngeles - 

12 Bartol st 

211 Guughst 

Watsonville _ 

6 Mile House 

West Berkeley 

1714Fellst 

833 Kearny st 

92 7th st -.- 

1740 Polk st 

303 California st 

442Haightst 

San Rafael.. 

6 Alexandria Terrace, Whitley Bay, North 

Cumberland, Eng 

822 29th St., Oakland 

522 Market st 

c/o Reilly Bros., 129 O'Farrellst ..., 



1532Colest 

1120 Jackson st 

2758Unionst 

748 Hurterst., Stockton 

Rutherford 

Vancouver, Wash 

1710 Waverly st., Palo Alto. 
Mountain View 

1040 Monadnock Bldg....... 

NE. cor.Gough and Vallejos 



2412 Pacific ave 

2412 Pacific ave 

202 Sansomest 

Colma 

1905 McAUisterst.. 

1480 Wallerst 

834Cabrillost 

31Tildenst._. 

2641 Sacramento st. 
221 Frontst... 



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$131 98 

11 02 

16 48 
322 74 

12 63 
132 27 

11 58 
67 84 
108 23 

11 56 
71 30 
29 45 
38 05 
19 71 
10 67 

965 38 
151 36 
197 16 
102 27 

13 87 
1,048 99 

12 97 

38 64 
900 00 

10 49 
32 30 
27 92 
10 62 

16 22 

17 33 
47 15 
67 97 
15 35 
57 72 

167 62 
26 68 

39 21 
461 78 

26 37 
835 55 

22 32 

13 66 
29 26 
42 05 

10 17 

11 34 

12 36 
116 92 

17 64 
60 43 
37 10 

318 46 

20 34 
10 22 
19 75 
149 23 

37 25 
1,006 64 

29 06 

10 30 
15 79 

11 12 

23 70 
23 70 
10 88 

181 75 

38 50 

18 81 
23 25 
27 35 

19 27 
31 41 



I 



338 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



DEPOSITS UNCLAIMED FOR MORE THAN TEN YEARS— Continued 

As of January 1,1929 

American Trust Company, at San Francisco — Continued 



Name 



Last known address 



Alive or dead 



Savings Union Office— Continued 

Wahlberg, Harold E... --- 

Watts, Alvin 

Webe r , John D 

Webster, Frederick W 

White, Charles A 

White, Geo. W 

Whitney, Grace C 

Williams, Mrs. Florence D.,tr.forBeatrice. 

Woods, Josephine G 

Wright, Fanny M 

Wadsworth, Emma, gdn., of J. W 



Russ Building Branch 

Adams, Arras, trustee for Edith Marie 

Braun, Helen, trustee for Harry 

Barney, Mary B., orThos. R 

Brown, Mary E 

Canova, Giacomo, or Angelina.. 

Cohen, Emma B 

Curran, Anthony J 

Chapman, Grace A., tr., for lone Grace 

Edwards, Kathryn F., trustee for William 

J.,Jr 

Edwards, Kathryn F., trustee for Kathryn 

Egan, Thos., or Theresa 

Hirrison, Virginia 

Hutchinson, Helen J., tr. for Catherine 

Jacobson, Carl F.,tr. for Gladys Tremain .. 

Jones, E. V 

Ken tfield, Edward E 

Kellond, Katharine S., tr. for Harriet Eliza 

beth 

Knudson, H. D., Trustee for Duncan H. 

London , Theresa. 

Peterson , Albot 

Ryer, Blanch, or Doris Fletcher. 

Randolph, Flora A 

Ritche, Agnes, or W. L 

Taylor, Samuel H., Jr., trustee 

Warner, Sam B., or Helen W 

Williams, Sirah 

Wallace, J. P.,guirdian 

Wagener, A. C, tr. for David H 

American National Bank, C. D. No. 1441.3 

(IssuedMay 9, 1905, purchaser unknown 

Mission Savings Bank Branch 

Brown, Albert W... 

Cauley, James 

Dilbert, L. C. 

Driscoll, Timothy... 

Einset, Christian 

Enright, John.. 

Gallagher, Jce 

Glenn P;i rk Outdoor League 

Grimley, Frank J 

Hackett, Arthur E.. 

Hays, J. A 

Hind, George U 

Hyland, John 

Jones, Adam W 

Kellev, Mae M 

Licheiiwalter, H. C. W 

Maguire, John H.. 

Mirtinsoii, Edith 

Mathescii , Hans 

McQuaidc, Emma L 

Nelson, Albert 

Noonan, Helena 

Otis, F. W 

Phillirs, Charles.. .- 

Reagon , Thos 

Reisman, Marie A... 

Rowe, Lilia ., 

Southerland, C 

Stentz, Monika 

Summers, Bertha 

Taylor, Elizal)eth 

Tojristen, Vercin 

Woodficld.W. H 



Los Molinos 

Protestant Orphan Asylum 

2610 Hyde st 

Sm^.Fellst 

R.F.i). box 94, Sanger 

2076Elliest 

Pacific Grove 

2425 Piedmont ave. , Berkeley.. 

2000 California St 

641 O'Farrellst 

1223 York St 

79 Sharon st 

Unknown... 

Unknown 

2195 Bush st 

Unknown 

Fruitvale, Alameda County 

635 Vallejost 

140 Fillmore st 

1530 Burlingame ave 

1530 Burlingame ave 

667 3d ave 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

1727 9th ave.. 

Unknown.- 

23d Infantry, Camp Travis 

277 17th ave 

1346 McAllistcrst 

789 Howard st 

Unknown 

2962 Derby St., Berkeley 

Unknown 

123 Bonita ave., Piedmont 

c/o McCutchen, Olney and Willard 

c/o Mrs. Gomez, Travelers'Aid Society 

1770 Pacific ave 

Unknown 

Unknown 

3522 19th st 

82 Brady St.... , 

352 Dolores st 

2290 Mission st 

951 Dolores st 

2128 3d st 

2036 Mission st 

319Cherieryst 

57 Sharon st 

1 103 Valencia st 

227 Sa n Jose ave.. 

310 California St.. 

Hotel Reo 

142 Hearst ave 

171 Jersey st 

594 Valencia st 

314 6th st 

GOeShotwellst 

767 Treat ave. 

1002 Masoidc ave 

3481 17tbst 

2108 Hayes st 

342 San Carlos ave 

129 Liberty st 

1514 7th ave 

50 Ramona st 

184 San Carlos ave 

2191 Mission st 

381 Shctwellst 

204-A Valencia st 

3.52 Dolores st 

141 Albion st 

3523 17th st 



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REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



339 



DEPOSITS UNCLAIMED FOR MORE THAN TEN YEARS— Continued 

As of January 1,1929 

American Trust Company, at San Francisco— Continued 



Name 



Last known address 



Alive or dead 



Amount 



Portuguese-American Branch 

Azeveda, A 

Anderson, Frank 

Avila, Jose Matos 

Baptista, Antonio Teixeira 

Frade, Joao daS 

de Frcitas, Jose L 

Kukaniza, Milan ^ 

Machado, Manuel Simas. 

Martin, Mary Francis or Manuel Silveira. 

de Mattos, Vietorio , 

de Menczes, Manuel Paine 

Pacequeiro, Manuel da Silva 

Perry, Vincent Denis 

Roza, Antonio S 

Salvador, Jose 

Silvern, Manuel de Souza 

Valladares, Augusto.. 

Broadway Branch, Oakland 

Andrews, Elizabeth 

Andrews, N. G 

Bailey, Mrs. E. A., or Miss Ruth M 

Baker, S.T 

Barber, James B., Tax Collector 

Berk, Henry P 

Boland, Beatrice, or Mary S. McKenzie.._ 

Bonstell, E. C, or C. L 

Brown, Harry K 

Carter,Sam 

Chilen, Geo. W 

Chope, Emmet t 

Cooper, Mrs. Kita, tr. for Carmelita Eloise. 

Cotter, Mary E., tr. for Thomas Allen 

Craig, Walter S 

Crowley, Mrs. T. J 

Crozier.Georgie E., or Sarah J. Lee 

Curran, Edward H._- 

Cye, Kousaku 

De Pe Jro, .\ntonio Aguiar 

Dickenson, J. W 

Doane, Lizzie L 

Ely, Emilie, or Doretta Heider 

Embury, Mrs. Sarah A... 

Fischer , Alfred 

Fleming, Robert C 

Foley, Thomas 

Goldthorpe, Lewis 

Goldthorpe, Lewis 

Gow, Jew 

Griffin, Mate E 

Gwilt, John M., trustee for Gertrude E. 

Fant, or John E. Fant 

Hall, Frances 

Harrier, Maria L., or Maude H. Heyne- 

mann 

Henderson, James _. 

Higgiiis, Ronald De Wclf 

Hilliard, Dr. Ruth 

Huhs, Mrs. J. J., tr. for Ray E 

Ingraham, Mrs. Carrie, tr. for Kenneth Le 

Forest Maehler 

Joe, (Chinese) 

Johnson, Mary A 

Jones, Claudia H 

Karrigan, Chas.- 

Katzenberger, Alois . 

La Rue, A. C, trustee for Francis May 

Lasserot , Catherine 

Long, Richard Henry 

Low Young, Sam and Company 

MacLean, Nana Bryant, tr. for William.., 

Mann, J. F., or Mrs. J. F 

Martin, G. E 

Martinelli, Mrs. M 

McGinni6,F. H 

McGrade, Mrs. S. C, or Frank 

McKernon, James L., or Edith F. 

McLennan, K. C 



Unknown 

Unknown 

Point Reyes 

San Bruno 

S.S. Pride of the River 

Fresno 

1054 12th St., Oakland 

Lafayette 

122 Ellis St 

979 Market St., Oakland 

927 Folgerave., Berkeley 

Oakland 

San Leandro 

San Rafael 

33 Clay St 

738 Harrison st .- 

748 Vallejost 

1734 Linden st., Oakland 

1109 Oak st 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

11162dave 

936 12th st 

1830 Castro st 

567 17th st 

Rex Hotel 

616 18th st 

Unknown.. . 

1633 6th aye 

5835 Bayview ave 

1540 Broadway 

2046 Mitchel St., Fruitvale 

Unknown 

1118 18th st 

331 6th St.. 

1797 7th st 

1023 Magnolia st 

1630 llthst 

368 Clifton St.. 

2301 Bancroft Way, Berkeley 

511 15th St 

3020 College ave., Berkeley 

638 36th St.. 

Unknown 

Unknown 

250 Perry st 

903 Virginias!., Vallejo. _. 

906 Broadway 

3888 Howe st 

539 39th st 

828^2 Broadway 

Castle Apts., 41st and Piedmont ave, 

3235 Telegraph ave 

Tracy, San Joaquin County 

1070 57th st 

8th st 

458 Bay View ave 

802 Center St.... - 

817 Jefferson st 

723 14th st 

2941 Myrtlcst 

4693 West St.. 

Unknown 

918 7th St 

Ye Liberty Theatre.. 

2638 College ave 

c/o Cal. High Com., Sisson 

San Leandro 

5501 Kales ave 

805 59st 

210 E. 15th st 

1301 7th St.... 



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$14 00 


501 52 


14 21 


15 67 


24 60 


223 59 


10 68 


51 87 


10 36 


43 03 


18 56 


22 96 


150 70 


55 94 


103 47 


10 11 


398 55 


20 32 


11 62 


15 90 


85 18 


133 95 


10 00 


15 23 


34 36 


12 06 


207 33 


152 11 


20 80 


11 38 


53 22 


54 27 


21 65 


15 14 


39 93 


22 15 


16 07 


25 61 


29 50 


199 34 


12 36 


11 04 


21 36 


14 06 


50 00 


50 00 


13 28 


28 16 


10 28 


12 45 


12 12 


45 35 


10 57 


47 15 


14 19 


12 36 


92 47 


17 39 


20 70 


91 95 


12 00 


12 44 


62 15 


14 63 


810 20 


19 71 


28 64 


35 93 


10 24 


38 80 


14 12 


13 33 


26 82 



340 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



DEPOSITS UNCLAIMED FOR MORE THAN TEN YEARS— Continued 

Asof January 1,1929 

American Trust Company, at San Francisco— Continued 



Name 



Broadway Branch, Oakland— Continued 

Merrill, H. A., trustee for David H 

Mertens, T. B 

Metcalf, Martin K., or Louise M .-- 

Miller, Mabel L 

Morris, Charles M 

Nedilerraan, Mary J 

Olson, Mrs. Andrine - 

Parker, Mrs. Sadie. _ 

Phillips, Mary 

Pillione, J. B 

Powe, Edwin 

Proudley, Henry W., or Mrs. Alma Woogerd 

Ramer, VVilhelmina 

Roberts, Louis 

Rogers, Hurry E., executor 

Schneider, Itskow- 

Security Building Co. (Reserve fund) 

Silverman, M 

Smith, A. 0., tr. for Robert E. Walsh, Jr.. 
Spalding, Stella M., or B.T 

Stern, F.W 

Tevlin, L J., trustee for Joseph 

Trujillo, Natividad Fernandez 

Van De Mark, Lucy M 

Vanos, Tom 

Vickery, Jennie 

Whi taker , Helen _ . 

First Berkeley Branch 

Andrews, T. L 

Blake, Mrs. E.M.... 

Booth, W. C... 

Bradley, Mrs. E. M., trustee for Gladys. . 

Campbell, J. S 

Chambers, Mrs. Katie 

De Frietas, Marie Andre _. 

Hansen, Lucille M _ 

Hareb, Addie 

Klos, Mrs. Ida M 

Lehe,W. E 

Heath, Eugene Schofield, or Virginia S 

Morris, Abbie 

Murphy, Mrs. Alice 

Simons, A. B 

Tace, Jhon 

Tipton, Mary N _. 

Tyng, Gong_- _ 

Vinzent, A. S 

Wood, Georgia A 

Westerberg, Andrew 

Widmann, Pauline L _. 

Woodworth, Anna L., and Lyman 

Bank of Alameda Branch 

Carey, Annie 

Culooves, A 

De Venoe, Clarence S., Ida Bell De Venoe, 

trustee _ 

Fegan, Louise, or Jas 

Field , Emma 

Fink, Mrs. Celia V.. 

Fitspatrick, John Farrell 

Erickson, Wm. L 

Flood, Mary 

Lacau, Michel... 

Lassen, A., or Auguste L... 

Lick, Carrie, trustee for Knowland A 

Potter , Carol ine_ 

Sohrader, Mrs. Amelia 

Somers, Henry Oscar 

Thomsen, Mrs. E. W., trustee for Edw. D. 

Morrison 

Trcleaven , Annie.. 

Thorp, Jennie L 

Weeks, Bessie M., tr. for Julia Thomas. . _ 



Last known address 



5536 Manila ave 

1607 39th ave 

Bushiiell pi., Berkeley 

1633 Bonita ave., Berkeley 

c/o Company i 25th Infantry 

1003 E. 24th St.. ..-- 

1736 11th ave... 

1032 Gates ave., Brooklyn, N. Y 

c/o Thomas Cook and Son, San Francisco 

1036 45th st - 

Unknown 

1624 Washington st 

23 East St., San Jose 

115 Wool st 

4629 San Bruno ave., San Francisco 

27 Market st 

1016 Broadway 

221 Broadway 

Grargeville, Idaho 

c/o W. W. Tucker Company, 14th and 

Webster st 

Urknown 

1448 0th St., West Berkeley 

1800 Alice st 

1535 E. 38th st 

61st St. and San Pablo ave 

28 Vernal ave.. Piedmont 

1469 12th st 

Unknown 

2608Milviast 

2229 Ashby ave 

Alameda 

Unknown _ 

2018 Francisco st - - 

Unknown 

2316H Bancroft way 

Unknown 

Unknown 

2617 Benvenue ave 

Vinings, Georgia 

Unknown 

2227 Dwight way 

Unknown 

Ceil terst.. 

Unknown 

1638 Josephine st 

2308 Haste st 

Thousand Oaks 

1812McGee 

4263 24th St., San Francisco 

1330 Alice st 

1432 Webster st 

1311 Parkst 

282 Jayne ave., Oakland 

Tiburon 

Lima, Peru 

1031 Fair Oaks 

Lcbcc 

1716 Fell St., San Francisco 

1235 Regent st 

1861 Union St., San Francisco 

Unknown _ 

2241 Alameda ave 

1613 Alameda ave .-- 

1518 Buena Vista ave 

Unknown 

2029 Encinal ave 

Unknown 

Unknown 

2255 Central ave --- 



.\live or dead 



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REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS 

DEPOSITS UNCLAIMED FOR MORE THAN TEN YEARS— Continued 

Asof January 1,1929 

American Trust Company, at San Francisco— Continued 



341 



Name 



Campbell Branch 

Dorety, Fred, and Mrs. P 

Silveria, A _. 

Walker, A 

Bank of Burlingame Branch 

Baradat , A. , or Johanna 

Bryant, Susan _ 

Gilligan , Agries A 

Hirrirpton, Julia E... 

Hill. Jean 

St. Paul's Buildirg Fund- 

Upton, Mirgarct Elizabeth 

Concord Branch 

DiaB,W.H 

M t. Diablo Commereia 1 Company 

Eleventh and Franklin Branch, Oakland 

Cavsleiro, Manuel Farreira _ - . 

da Silva, Victrinio 

Mendes. Francisco Rodrigues 

Sylve, George 

Elmhurst Branch 

Quinn, Miss Monica __ 

Sawyer, T. A.,Jr _ 

Emeryville Branch 

Cleaveland, Mabel B., or A. C 

Flood, G.L 

Goodnight, Mattie E _ 

Mitchell, Mrs. Maggie 

Pereira, A., and Frank Scares 

Russell, Mrs. A. M., trustee for Charles 

Wysiiiger 

Wartal, Frederick _ 

Whalen .Frank 

Herbert . Joseph 

Martinez Branch 

Holmes, W.D _. 

Wilkins, Margaret Frances 

Bank of Palo Alto Branch 

Beebe, Willard, gdn. for Violet V 

Beeson, Tkla, trustee for Milton 

Bosingana , Albino 

Davenport, W. P _. 

Duncan , Thomas 

Forgarty, Martin 

Frank, Lawrence P. 

Hansen, Daisy 

Kankel, Mrs.'P 

Ludeke .George 

Maconachy , Florence 

Organ , William R 

Palto Alto Construction Co 

Perroton, P 

Quinn , Henry Wilder 

Smith, Dan iel 

Turner, Mrs. L. A 

Watters . Mar jorie 

Welch, A. J., tr. for Louise Alan Welch 

Yarrow, Harriet 

Petaluma Branch 
Modini, M 

Stratton,Mrs. C. H._. 

Jensen, Hans •. __ 

Ziegler , John W.. 

Colombini, Francisco. 

Holmes, A. G _ 

Jurgenser, Fred P .' 

Ziegler , J. W. _ _ _ 

Karlson , Axel 

McAbee, Forest L., Mrs. F. McAbee, gdn.. 
Skabo, Inger Charlotte, Roar Skabo, gdn. . 



Last known address 



Campbel 1 _ . 

San Jose 

Campbell .-_ 

San Bruno 

14 Highland ave., San Mateo 

376 N. D St., San Mateo 

Burlirgame 

Burlingame _ 

Burlirgame 

Burlingame 

Concord 

Concord 

1 238 97th ave., Elmhurst 

319 Jersey ave., San Francisco 

1485 8th St 

Hay ward -.- 

89th ave., and Plymouth st 

Elmhurst 

Unknown 

Unknown 

3254 Adeline St., Berkeley 

Franklin Court Apts., 1901 Franklin st 
Oakland 

1109 34th St., Oakland 

1182 34thst., Oakland 

Unknown 

Emeryville 

Unknown 

Martinez 

Martinez 

500 Palto Alto ave 

45 Oak ave.. Redwood City 

Unknown 

Camp Fremont, Menlo Park 

Unknown 

212 Emerson st 

Unknown 

417 Emerson st 

Unknown 

Unknown 

305 Hamilton ave 

454 Forest ave.. 

Unknown 

Box 68, Menlo Park 

Unknown 

Los Altos _ ., 

Unknown __. 

Unknown 

244 California ave 

640 Waverley st 

Petaluma 

Petaluma 

Petaluma __ _ 

Petaluma.. 

Unknown 

Unknown.. _ 

Unknown. 

Petaluma 

Petaluma _ 

Petaluma 

Petaluma 



.\Iive or dead 



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$12 59 

60 00 

316 20 



54 37 

21 15 
15 48 

22 05 
14 87 
13 11 

220 83 



63 45 
143 66 



74 17 
13 36 
55 34 
30 23 



15 37 
15 97 



10 96 
16 13 
15 22 

39 99 
161 19 

30 84 

556 98 

10 65 

15 00 



13 20 
75 98 



18 23 

12 62 
320 59 

30 00 
103 17 
25 74 
22 63 
21 99 
100 00 
30 00 
118 92 
470 72 
245 17 

13 68 

14 13 
20 53 
18 00 
64 65 

151 36 
17 18 



14 33 

10 96 

23 24 

623 23 

28 00 

14 65 

500 00 

350 00 

14 24 

41 57 

44 54 



342 



REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



DEPOSITS UNCLAIMED FOR MORE THAN TEN YEARS— Continued 

Asof January 1,1929 

American Trust Company, at San Francisco— Continued 



Name 



Last kEown address 



Alive or dead 



Petaluma Branch— Continued 
Howe, Mary J 

Walker, Joseph R., Ida M. Walker, tr 

Walker, Ida M., tr. for Regina Walker 

Walker, Ida M., tr. for Edna M. O'Connor. 
Walker, Ida M.,tr. for Inez M. McFarlane. 
Parry, Anna M 



Pittsburg Branch 
Donovan, T. M 

Louis, Manual S 



Point Richmond Branch 

Boyee, L. F 

Peiper, August 



Richmond Branch 

Bailey, Frank R 

Bone, Meta S 

Cady, Mrs. C. A 

Christodulo, Costo 

Davis, John C 

Downer, A. M 

Cox, Mary 

Gillan, Jennie, and/or Mrs. M. J. Kelly . 

Gonzalez, Candido 

Hail, Mrs. S.W 

Johnson, A. L 

Kelly, Mrs. M. J 

Kelly, Alice M 

Kitchen, Minnie A 

Longeor , Myrtle V 

Manuel , Jack 

Molinari, J 

Rodriguez, D. F _. 

Simmans, E. M._. 

Switzer . Joe 

Teska, PaulF 

Ludowig, Victor Frederick 

Matthews, James 

Palrais, Francisco 



San Jose Branch 

Blauer, Emma D . 

Clark, Frank 

Chambers, Mrs. W. F., or Cora Chambers 

Ruff. 

Dunton , Margaret 

Funderson, Guibert F 

Gerlach, F. C 

Graff, Minna 

Jensen .Julius 

Matteson, Mrs. F. A 

Miguelgory, John G., Sr., trustee for John 

G.,Jr __ 

Minak, Lud 

Porter, Dr. Edw. E .- 

Rosenberg, Francis, trustee for Philip 

Singh, Anough 

Utter, Lula Treas 

Whitton, Mrs. Belle D., or Frances Davis 

Wentz, R 

Williams, Thelma V 



Santa Rosa Branch 
.\utomobile Club, Sonoma County . 

.\rnando, Meri 

Blanckenberg, Erwin. . _ 

Christian, Blanche. 

Cunningham, W. T 

Decker , Mary 

Gowan, J. M 

Gregg, James... 

Hardin, John 

Lagcm\rsi'-o, Rose 

Pino, Guiscppa Dal 

Rea, Jessie and Bessie 

Shaffer, Gladys.. 

Squibb, Horace G 



Petaluma... 
Santa Rosa- 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Santa Rosa. 
Petaluma... 



Pittsburgh. 
Pittsburg.. 



Unknown. 
Unknown. 



Unknown 

Unknown... 

Unknown. 

Unknown 

100 Ohio St 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

244S Clinton ave 

Unknown 

550 5th st. _ 

R.F.D. box Vg-D,' West BeVkeiey" 

1811 Clinton ave 

Unknown... 

Unknown 

R.F.D. box 34-D West Berkeley.. 

927 7th st 

Unknown 

Standard Hotel, Point Richmond. 

523 9th st 

Unknown 

Unknown _ 

Unknown 



1270 The Alameda. 
Unknown 



San Jose 

Pratt Home 

Unknown 

223S.3dst 

SlOElmst 

154 W. Smta Clara st. 
42 Magnolia ave 



Sunnyvale 

212 Josefast.-- 

Watsonville. 

300 Park ave 

Unknown 

Luther ave., Campbell. 

Norwood ave 

Unknown 

225S. 3dst. - - - 



Sonoma County 

Unknown. 

Sonoma ave 

Elk P.O., Mendocino County . 

410Carrillcst 

707Tupperst 

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I 



REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 

DEPOSITS UNCLAIMED FOR MORE THAN TEN YEARS-Contlnued 

Asof January 1,1929 

American Trust Company, at San Francisco— Continued 



343 



Name 



Last known address 



Alive or dead 



Santa Rosa Branch— Continued 

Sund, Josie 

Weeks, Marv D.. _ - _-. 

Weise.J. H 

Williams. E.P 

San Rafael Branch 

Eversoii, M'illiam A., and Margaret 

Fitzgibboiis, JameS--. 

Leonard!, Mrs. Angelina, trustee for Tony, 

Mary and Katie Leonardi 

Maloney, Harold P., and Mrs. A. M _. 

McKinna, Mary C 

Ramos, Maria 

Remy, Camille 

Roy, John 

No name, 3 CD's, issue prior to 1912 

San Anselmo Branch 

Elbening, Lilia 

Elberlii g, John 

Foley, Thomas F 

Friebert, Alexander and Alvine 

Glass, Melville Arnold 

Grasso, Mrs. Lizzie - 

Huge , Jean 

Keil, Arthur D 

Reanier , Helen Elizabeth 

Stephenson, Wm. and Annie 

Smith, Morgan Max -. 

Seegelkeii, H. J. and Anna 

Young, Frances M 

San Leandro Branch 
Neto, Manuel Gomes 

Saratoga Branch 

Marsh, Mary E _-- 

Smead, A. G 

Sausalito Branch 

Da Silva, Manuel Fernandez 

Jackson, E. W., or M. W.... -. 

Murphy, Harriet 

Tamalpais LTnion High School, Loan fund, 
Class 1917 

Shattuck Square Branch 

King, Stella C 

Fisher, Sarah M 

Sonoma Branch 
Frederickson, Frans 

South Berkeley Branch 
Ballard, Mrs. C. W., tr. for Mrs. A. Rustad. 

Carr, Mary C 

Davis, Jennie C 

Dias, Edward M 

Oliphant, Alfred W., and May J 

Ruggles, George Wesley 

Telegraph Avenue Branch, Berkeley 

Atkinson , Florence E 

Cooke, Edwin E 

Crump, Nadine _.. 

Holmes, Kate E 

Phi Gamma Delta House Fund 

West Berkeley Branch 
Johnson, Mrs. Jessie 

West Oakland Branch 

Antunovich, Frana 

Buratovich, Tom, trustee for Nick Gasper 

Burntovich 

Buratovich, Tom, guardian for Pavina 

Duarte, Antonio Gomes 

Lee, .\lex 



Unknown.. 

Santa Rosa 

Unknown 

Unknown 

San Rafael 

San Rafael 

San Rafael 

San Rafael _, 

Ross, Marin County 

San Rafael 

Lansdale, Marin County 

San Rafael _ 

Unknown 

Ross _ 

Ross 

San Anselmo 

Fairfax 

2007A Golden Gate ave., San Francisco 

Fairfax 

San Anselmo 

San Anselmo 

San Anselmo 

San Anselmo 

Kentfield 

San Anselmo 

Ross 

West Oakland. 

Saratoga. 

Saratoga _ 

Woodland 

Sausalito 

Unknown 

Sausalito 

2501^ Telegraph ave 

Summit ave., Mill Valley 

Sonoma 

1821 Woolsev St., Berkeley 

544 63d St., Oakland 

2139 Essex St., Berkeley 

c/o Santa Fe Co., Richmond 

2843 Grant St., Berkeley 

708 Castro St., San Francisco 

1 Panoramic Way 

2425 Le Conte ave 

2401 Prospect ave 

2535 Hillegass ave 

2620 Bancroft Way 

1332 3d St.. 

7th and Pine sts _ . _ 

1473 9th st 

1473 9th St -- 

1797 7th st._ - 

1725 Myrtle St 



Unknown. 
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Uidinown. 
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$19 12 

1,431 42 

200 00 

63 98 



208 26 
51 78 

30 60 
$14 16 
399 17 

11 13 

12 43 
18 61 

144 31 



30 64 

12 05 
20 99 
20 00 
16 17 
34 93 
11 81 
42 78 

13 28 
18 81 
62 15 

663 78 
23 86 



74 16 
152 17 

23 05 
18 23 
80 27 

46 38 



13 17 

478 34 

10 89 

13 97 
149 95 

18 54 
105 08 

11 75 
13 12 

10 61 
23 20 
28 51 

28 17 
109 45 



29 60 

12 86 

12 79 

295 90 

31 99 

$60,235 43 



344 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



DEPOSITS UNCLAIMED FOR MORE THAN TEN YEARS— Continued 

Asof January 1, 1929 

Anglo-California Trust Company, at San Francisco 



Name 



Last known address 



Alive or dead 



Burke, Mary A 

Cavalli, Jim 

Conway, J. F., tr. for J. F., Jr 

Cony, Gene M... 

Cerredi , Conrad 

Crouthers, J. C 

Derby, Delia M 

Dillon, James T 

Longler, Mrs. W. D., trustee _ 

Fowler, C. A.- _. 

Gambetta , Louis— 

Girdner 

G irdner .__ 

Guild, Arthur E __ 

Hashager, Chris F 

Johansen ,C 

Kelling,Mr8.H. E 

Marchi, Louis 

Midgley, Elinor M., H. L. Midgley, trustee 
Murphy, C. E., trustee Carol E. Murphy 

Newbauer , Will 

Pappas G 

Pedrazzini , J 

Perez Anthony 

Peters, Anita M 

Fieri , Angelina 

Renstrom, Gustave Lambert 

Seiber, John 

Salmarini, Silvestro 

Stork, Chas... __ 

Wilson, Annie 

Young, Hilda M 

Zimmerman, T 



Fillmore Branch 

Hermanson, J. P 

Gordoi', Kitty_.. ._. 

Kalm, Munshi 

Leszinsky, Cyrus 

McDevitt, Edward 

Oster,Naymo 

Stevenson, Mrs. H. D _._ 

Volz, Mrs. Lillian. 

Zalman, Mannes.. 

Anderson, S 



Mission Branch 

Herman, J. L 

Black, James J 

Friesleboii, H. M ,.. 

Kaplon, Harry 

Hawkins , Grace 

Strassburger, L •_ _ . 

Whi t e, Katie 

\\Tielan, Mrs. D., trustee _ 

Lawson, Sarah A 

Pera, Aiigelo 

Prangos, M 

Webb, .James 

Wichman, Barbara, tr. George Wichman 

Seaboard Branch 
Cote, Jo3ei)h L...'..._ 



Unknown 

Dos Palos 

832Fellst 

SOOBakerst.. 

Humboldt House 

Westwood 

1254 Filbert St 

lOLeRoypl 

Unknown 

Unknown 

1731 Powell St 

Unknown 

Unknown 

824 Eddy St 

902 Florida St 

rOBartlettst 

Unknown 

2029 Fulton st 

233 23d ave 

773 Page st 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

2444 48th ave.. 

Unknown 

Half Moon Bay 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown. _ 

Unknown 

2270 Sutter st 

1802 Geary st 

2152Suttcrst 

Unknown 

685 McAllisterst 

1121 Golden Gate ave. - 

2160Po8tst _ 

1212-A Scott St.. 

Unknown 

373Shotwellst 

c/o Wiley B. Allen Co.. 
67 New Montgomery st 

1305 Castro st 

1747 15th st 

484 California St.- 

2612Folsomst... 

42 Francis st 

840 Hayes St. . - 

604 Castro st 

2656 Mission st 

Unknown 

3340 19th st 

Unknown 



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Bank of Montreal, at San Francisco 








c/o British Consulate, Los Angeles _ 

722 Taylor St. 


Unknown 

Unknown 


$222 22 




17 42 










$239 64 






REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 

DEPOSITS UNCLAIMED FOR MORE THAN TEN YEARS— Continued 

Asof January 1,1929 

Canadian Bank of ComniBrce, at San Francisco 



345 



Name 


Last known address 


Alive or dead 


Amount 


Bates and Checsebrough 

Bernardi H 




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S13 28 




123 22 




888 Folsoni st. 


11 60 


Blandirg, F. H. 




48 13 






10 10 






92 00 


Catts, J. H., orD. M. Parcell 

Davis, Mrs. Annie 


740 Ralston st. 

2040 Broadway, Oakland 

Seattle, Wash 

Stockton 

1921 Broderickst. 


57 52 

10 45 

2,199 51 


Graham , Margaret Jane 


3,523 15 
22 73 


Ireland, Uachael 


Menlo Park. _ 

217 3d ave. 


86 02 
24 65 




1259 0'Farrellst. 


22 46 


McGillivray, Donald.. 

MacDonaid, D., or F. 


825 Bush st. 


25 10 


1042 Golden Gate ave. 


27 49 


Mackie , Jas 


Greenwich Seamen's Hospital, London . . . 
519 CallBldg. 


70 74 
22 70 






3,014 22 


Pinkerton , Wm 

Schoschiiig, Paul.. _ _ .•_ 


c/o Bank of New Zealand, Dunedin 

1258 Hyde st. 


180 21 
12 29 


2255 Vallejo St. 


24 96 


Snaith, Rudolph 

Street, Victor H... 

Tait, Robert _._ 


Hall Hotel _ ..., 

7809 Blake St., Berkeley.. 

Adrian Hotel 

Palace Hotel 


14 07 
21 46 
178 17 
23 50 








$9,859 73 



Crocker First Federal Trust Company, at San Francisco 



.\dams, Ernestine S. H 

Adams, Maude G 

Amos, Elizabeth P 

Barth, Edwin R 

Battle, Michael 

Bell, Aubrey 

Benedick , Joe 

Berg, Andrew 

Bithell, Villard 

Bowne, Denis 

Brown, Amelia E 

Bryner , Karl _ 

Buol, John 

Burnham, Lillian M 

Cairns , James 

Carroll, Celia 

Coghlan, J. H _. _ 

Collins, Cvrus J 

Collins, Wm. H 

Connolly, Anne 

Connor , John S. 

Consfontini, Stanisloo 

Cooper, James A., tr. for Jno. J. Brooks. __ 

Corcoran , Thomas 

Detviller, John, tr. for Jas. W. Loister 

Doyle, Owen E 

Edises, .Ada L. and Mildred 

Elburn, Edith 

Far r , David Kirby 

Filmer , Philip 

Fishback, May 

Flaherty, Michael 

Fox, Walter T 

Freely, John 

Galpin, Julia B., or Julita B 

Gates, James L 

Gibson, Anna Emily 

Hamilton, Nettie 

Hansen, Mons 

Hardy, Rebecca R 

Hartig, Herman 

Healy , Thomas 

Hill,EdwinW.,and. or, Jennie A. Lundquist 
Honegger , Walter G , 



26th St. and Oakland ave 

Chico 

1520Larkinst 

610 Octaviast... 

705 Laguna st 

275 25th ave 

Clayst 

915;-7 Market st 

915 First National Bank BIdg.. 

228Eastst 

726-B 14th st 

2084 Mission st 

Concord 

2004 Bush St.. 

352 Wallerst 

Kentfield, Marin County 

1693 Marketst 

5401 Genoa St., Oakland 

Norton Hotel 

Unknown 

Sausali to 

lllO'Farrellst 

Ocean View 

737 Mission st 

150 Jackson st 

1715 15th ave 

3346 16th st 

St. Lukes Hospital 

1105Powell3t 

Genera 1 Delivery 

225Ellisst 

331 Tehamast 

2021 Harrington ave., Fruitvale 

Linkndwn 

2205 Sacramento st 

U. S. Receiving Ship 

140 8th ave 

2243 Green St.. , 

614 Howard st 

CliftHoteL 

Unknown 

Elmhurst 

Unknown 

495 Ellsworth St. _ 



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S20 23 

17 71 
52 27 

10 96 
69 92 

11 98 
186 56 

12 12 

14 85 

10 87 

11 97 

15 07 
11 89 
40 31 

10 85 

20 31 
67 43 

11 05 
76 05 

60 26 

12 36 
59 93 

1,766 14 

232 63 

96 94 

453 83 

22 15 
39 05 

101 44 

12 34 
11 57 

16 38 
11 36 

61 74 

18 76 
418 82 

25 20 
15 90 

204 30 

21 89 
103 09 

23 55 

26 73 

13 23 



346 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS 



DEPOSITS UNCLAIMED FOR MORE THAN TEN YEARS— Continued 

Asof January 1,1929 

Crocker First Federal Trust Company, at San Francisco— Continued 



Name 



Last known address 



Alive or dead 



Huff, Cora L 

Hurlick, Annie_ 

Johnson, Amelio 

Johnson, Henrik 

Jones, Charles E 

Kelley, FredH 

Kelly, Delia and, or, Julia H. Stackhouse.- 

Keliy, William 

Kimball, Amos W 

Kirkwood, Etta L 

Klinger, Erich 

Kunimerlander, Fred A., trustee for Fred 

0. Simcoe. .- _ 

Laf ensky , S 

Leach, James 

Lederer , Myra 

Lineer , Swante G 

Lohman , Arthur 

Lopez, Manuel 

Lucke, Marie E 

MacLennon , Davis.. 

Maher, John 

Mallen, Willie 

Marcellana, Leincio E 

McCar t hy, George J 

McElroy, Joe. R 

McGarn, John 

McLain, James L. and J. R. Gilbert, trustees 

for James L. McLain 

McLoughlin , Patrick 

McMahon, Ada I., tr. for Earl McAlester 

McNamara, Margaret 

McNeill, Hector A 

McSheehy, Francis T 

Min i, Elvezio 

Morgan , Emily 

Muller.Mary H 

Murphy , Philip _ 

Natoo, John 

Nelson, Blanche C, trior Frances E.Nelson 
Newman, Louis, tr. for Lsighton Strauss-. _ 

O'Connor, James H 

Olsen, John 

Parton, Lemuel F _ 

Patterson, George A... _ 

Paymal , George W 

Peck, C. L., and. or, Mrs. C. L. Peck 

Penlin gton ,Thos 

Perry, E. 0., and, or, Mrs. Angeline Perry 

Pierce, Barbara Small 

Putman, Alice A 

Roche, Bessie J. F 

Rooch , Marie 

Rookes, John A 

Ryan, Tom 

Schmidt, Rosine, trustee - 

Schmid t , Rosine 

Schroeder, William G 

Schorcht, Marie Alma 

Sherman, Frances A 

Simpson, Florence A., trustee for William 

F. Lee Simpson, Jr 

Singh , Karm 

Smith, Charles 

Smith, Joseph G 

Stafford, Alice T 

Stuart, Chas. C, trustee Donald Sherman 

Stuart 

Sullivan, R. N - 

Thomas, Margaret B., gdn. Eliz. A. Thomas 

Thompson, Gene, 

Thompson, Robt. F., and, or Perry M. Graves 

Trowel!, William H.. 

Veale, Miriam E 

Waller, BradvM 

Walls, Wm.H.- 

Weber, Shirley H., and, or, Geo. P. Hunt. 
Wells, Charles M., tr. for Chas. S. Wells. 
Wells.HarryL 



238Townsendst 

328 Websterst 

2725 Pacific ave 

59 Clay st 

1249 Hayes st 

3125 Websterst., Oakland. 
19091-oHydest 

175 3dst 

Presidio _ . 

Topaz , Mono County 

176 3dst 



1505 Taylor st 

Unknown 

Unknown 

33 5tb ave 

Dupont Powder Works, Pinole. 

Justice Hotel, 645 Clay st 

Unknown 

1216 Fulton St.. 

521 Postst 

268 Marketst 

464 Fairmont ave., Oakland 

International Hotel 

637 3d ave 

Fort McDowell 

538 Finest 



San Carlos 

Relief Home, Ingleside 

2072Bakerst 

1616 Jackson st 

2004 Delaware St., Berkeley. 

243 8th st 

Unknown 

90lFellst 

Madera 

1626 Dolores St.. 

Colusa 

1551Hydest 

Unknown. _ 

511 Folsomst 

91 Stuart st 

14 Macondravst 

227 4th st 

Virginia City, Nevada 

Chateau Bolig 

Belvedere. 

Unknown 

Ft. McDowell, Angel Island. 

1276 Sacramento st. _ 

2848 Greenwich st 

401 Fillmorest 

200 California st 

Vallejo. 

Harcourt Hotel 

696 36th St., Oakland 

925 Mission st 

SllTurkst -.-. 

Stockton 



3663 Washington St.. . 

857 Kearny st .-. 

Red Lodge, Montana . 

281 Noest 

212 Presidio ave 



18 Powell st 

550 Grc f n st 

1836 Clinton ave., Alameda 

Admiral Hotel, 337 O'Farrell st 

3010 Benvenue ave., Berkeley 

Unknown 

Martinez 

U.S.S. South Dakota, c/o Post Master.. 
U.S.S. South Dakota, c/o Post Master.. 

2251 Telegraph ave., Berkeley 

PhelanBldg -..- 

621 Sansomest 



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REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



347 



DEPOSITS UNCLAIMED FOR MORE THAN TEN YEARS— Continued 

Asof January 1, 1929 

Crocker First Federal Trust Company, at San Francisco— Continued 



Name 


Last known address 


Alive or dead 


AmouEt 


Werner, Johanna 


General Delivery 

232 Diamond st - 


Unknown.. 

Unknown 

Unknown _ 

Unknown. _ 


$227 85 
18 43 


Wren, Edward J., and, or, Catherine Wren 
Yusv, Pedro 


Unknown 

1059 Grant ave. 


20 02 
13 29 










$14,054 22 



The Doiohoe-Kelly Banking Company, at San Francisco 



Adair, John 

Bacon, W. R 

Boggsand Sage. 

Carter, Alfred 

Cassidy, Thomas. 

Chase, E.C 

Corbett.H. W _._--. 

Dougherty, Anna J 

Estate of Margaret Heply 

Ford, James E 

Foye,E. H 

Green, H. A 

Green and Company 

Heath Mfg. Company 

Hector Gold Mining Company 
Hoefer, Meineck and Baech... 

Hume, A._ 

Kenny, John 

Moran , Thomas 

O'Reilly, H.J 

Redmond, J. E 

Rodgers, H. J 

Russell, G 

S. F. High License 

Sawyer, A. T 

Scott, Thomas 

Ward, Frederick 



San Francisco. 
San Francisco. 
San Francisco. 
San Francisco. 
San Francisco. 
San Francisco. 
San Francisco. 
Sin Francisco. 
San Francisco. 
San Francisco. 
San Francisco. 
San Francisco, 
San Francisco. 
Sin Francisco. 
San Francisco, 
S.in Francisco, 
San Francisco, 
S.in Francisco, 
San Francisco. 
San Francisco 
San Francisco 
S,in Francisco 
San Francisco 
San Francisco, 
Sin Francisco, 
San Francisco 
San Francisco 



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$10 20 
10 00 

145 10 
10 72 

123 88 
12 58 
10 00 
14 00 
26 50 
14 84 
12 02 

17 40 
20 23 

20 09 
16 10 
22 89 
12 02 

171 32 

21 20 
115 50 

18 75 
33 56 
81 00 
10 50 
66 66 
35 75 

193 00 



$1,245 81 



The Hibernia Savings and Loan Society, at San Francisco 

With credits over $50. 



Name 


Last known address 


Alive or dead 


Amount 




2126 California st 

142 Company, C.A.C., Fort Mills, P.L . . 

Placerville 

227 2d St. 


Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Dead 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown .- 

Unknown 

Dead 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Dead 

Unknown _. 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Dead 


$73 71 


Anderson , Charles 

Barss, Sydney Clark (minor) 

Black, Robert J. 


75 65 

74 55 

423 46 


Birale, Giuseppe 

Birrett, William 

Bates. John 

Barry, Hanorah 


Grand view 

323 1st ave _.. 

c/o Deputy J. Mutters, San Diego 

105 Utahst 


186 80 
294 95 
411 93 
79 22 
173 85 


Berry, Nickalos 

Berry, Pamelia May (minor) 


San Rafael, Marin County 

Castlewood Apts., 12th and Grove sts., 
Oakland 

Tehama. 

c/o John Stornetta, Point Arena 

c/o Henry Blankins, 6 Mile House, San 


470 42 

56 28 
1,254 44 


Broderick Parlor No. 117 N. S. G. W 

Bond, Joseph 


1,873 26 
78 59 






119 25 


Bouchie, Richard F 




71 67 




995 Folsom st. . 


Unknown. _ 

Unknown.. 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown _ 


84 45 


Buckley, Nora . 


2217 Scott St. 


91 69 


Butler, Edna, or Francis Hayward Butler 
(minor) 


1428 Page St. 


88 81 


Callaghan, Timothy 


670 Minna st. 


539 52 




1596 7th ave., Oakland 


254 55 


Clarke, Michael. 


Company I, Engineers, Honolulu, T.H. .. 
551 Natoma st 


98 01 


Crane. Hallie C 


225 94 



348 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



DEPOSITS UNCLAIMED FOR MORE THAN TEN YEARS— Continued 

As of January 1,1929 

The Hibernia Savings and Loan Society, at San Francisco— Continued 



Name 



Cassidy, James 

Carrigaii , Patrick 

Carol, Mrs. K._- 

Carroll, Mary 

Chapuy , Louis 

Cole, Lue F 

Cole, Vernon R 

Cohelan, Robert Wenzel (minor) 

Connelly, Bernard A 

Costello, Katie 

Crowley, James T 

Crowley, Jeremiah 

Cowhig, Timothy 

Cronin, Dennis 

Cook, Mary A., or Mary F 

Cosmos Lodge No. 5 A. and A.S.R.F.M. 

Cullinane, Mary A 

Davies, Annie E 

Davids, Fred 

Davis , George 

Davidson, Sarah M 

Daly, Marj A 

Drganc, Stefan 

Deasy, Daniel 

Dent, William.. 

Donahue, Mary E 

Donohue, Arthur or Roger R Donohue 

(minor) 

Doyle, Hen ry 

Dunn, Delia 

Edwards, Albert J 

Engstrom, William R., or Angela Engstrom 

Ekquist, Axel 

Fahey, James, trustee for Esther Duffy 

a minor 

Firrelly, Patrick _ 

Fiirbairn, Kate B... 

Ferrand, Aline ._ 

Fey, Fred 

Flinn, Teresa 

Fisher, Mary 

Fisher, Mary or Herman _ 

Fitzpatrick, Mary G 

Foley, Miss Lucy 

GiUa gher , Mary. 

Garaven ta, Caterina 

Garaventa, Maria 

Graham, William G 

Glesen, William 

Grealish, John 

Giles, Isabella or Mary (minor) 

Gillot, Louis 

Govan , Owen 

Harms, Minna or Moaning, Minnie S 

Hanna, William 

Hager ty , Dominick 

Hansen , Emil 

Hayes, Anne . 

Halina, Harry N 



Hamlin, William F. 



Hauck, Marian 

Hermann, Carl 

Hermann, Likoen or Margaret M. 

Heller, Robert 

Herriott, Alexander M. (minor)... 

Her rod , Luke J 

Hicks, James H., or Julia Osborn. 

Higgins, John J 

Hodges, Mary C 

Holm, Johan A 

Hunt,KllaE 

Hunt, Thomas... 

Hustad , Bertha 

Hurley, Patrick 

Irish Relief Fund -._ 

Jared, Mary 

Jacob, Hazel 



Last known address 



Corner 6th and Harrison sts 

212 Leavenworth st 

608 Bush st 

Hay ward 

Veterans Home, Napa 

1945 Mission st 

Private 1st Class, H.C., Ft. Mills, P. I...^ 
127 27th st 

2003 Rose St., Berkeley 

Hartford Hotel, Polk and Suttersts 

Route 5 , Bakersfield 

Port Costa 

On the Pipe Line, S. 0. Co., Dos Palos. . . 

187 3dst 

892-ANoest 

c/o Harvey A. Deline, 20 Graystore Tr. . 

280 24th ave 

2619 22dst 

c/o Vallrjo House, Vallejo and Powell sts 

Denver House, 3d st 

2221 Washington st 

8 Antonio, near Jones 

156 Missouri st 

Blair Nevada... 

Petaluma, Sonoma County 

San Mateo 

163 17th ave., Tonopah, Nev 

San Mateo 

112 4th St.... _- - 

Chancellor Hotel, Powell st 

620 Post st 

Colton House, 224 3d st 

1080 York st 

Goldbar, Nye County, Nevada 

Crysta 1 Hotel, 571 McAllister st 

619 Ellis st 

425 Belvedere st 

6 Waller st 

Unknown, _ 

230 Louisa st., Oakland 

1733 Geary st 

184 Precita ave 

100 Blake st 

7 Lafayette pi . 

3000 Webster st 

555 Golden Gate ave 

U.S.S. Pennsylvania 

1670 Clantic st, Oakland 

Goldfield , Nevada 

2004 Delawa re st 

El Pismo Beach, San Luis Obispo Co 

654Fellst 

156 Church st ..- 

McCarthy, Alaska 

Cor. East and Mission sts 

Vallejo 

Y.M.C.A., Golden Gate ave. and Leaven- 
worth st 

Co. L., 3d Battery Engineers, Cagayan, 

Sulu, P. I 

Carlton Hotel , Berkeley 

452 Oak St.- 

29 Casel i ave.. 

572 Eddyst _-. 

547ElliEst 

426 3d St., Detroit, Mich 

323 2d St., Santa Rosa. 

Hornbrook _ 

San Bruro.. 

ISllHaightst - 

Broadway Apts. , 2048 Polk st 

Virgir ia , Nevada 

113 Stockton st 

4079 23d st 

c/o R. C. O'Connor, 1835 Scott st 

805 San Jose ave 

236 3d8t 



Alive or dead 



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Urknown 

Unknown 

Dead (both). 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Urknown 

Unknown 

Dead 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 



REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



349 



DEPOSITS UNCLAIMED FOR MORE THAN TEN YEARS— Continued 

Asof January 1,1929 

The Hibernia Savings and Loan Society, at San Francisco— Continued 



Name 



Last known address 



Alive or dead 


Amount 


Unknown 


$268 94 


Unknown 


65 87 


Unknown 


338 98 


Dead 


931 01 


Unknown 


50 54 


Unknown. 


74 41 


Unknown 


155 81 


Unknown 


1,504 97 


Dead 


135 83 


Unknown 


82 89 


Unknown 


80 43 


Unknown 


178 58 


Unknown 


205 14 


Unknown 


272 00 


Unknown 


8,026 71 


Unknown 


67 59 


Dead 


198 73 


Unknown 


82 78 


Unknown _. 


211 40 


Dead 


546 90 


Unknown 


4,266 71 


Unknown 


137 62 


Dead 


645 47 


Unknown 


196 40 


Unknown 


514 55 


Unknown 


168 63 


Unknown 


129 76 


Unknown 


94 54 


Unknown 


54 68 


Dead 


357 22 


Unknown 


80 15 


Unknown.— .._ 


128 91 


Unknown 


183 57 


Unknown 


2,076 64 


Unknown 


104 80 


Unknown 


3,875 94 


Unknown 


3,875 95 


Unknown 


3,875 96 


Unknown 


206 48 


Unknown 


124 02 


Unknown . 


105 62 


Unknown - 


242 72 


Unknown 


357 36 


Unknown 


5,189 97 


Unknown 


471 91 


Unknown 


1,679 65 


Unknown 


359 20 


Dead 


108 58 


Unknown . 


432 74 


Unknown . 


723 52 


Dead 


489 16 


Unknown 


81 39 


Unknown 


1,087 62 


Unknown 


56 26 


Unknown 


72 29 


Unknown . 


69 29 


Unknown . 


557 82 


Unknown 


214 97 


Unknown 


166 62 


Unknown 


148 40 


Unknown 


2,284 10 


Unknown 


1,287 84 


Unknown 


3,148 17 


Unknown 


414 38 


Unknown 


79 80 


Unknown 


59 69 


Dead 


2,029 45 



Johnson, Mary 

Johnson, Ruth Florence (minor) 

Judge, James 

Kelly, Sirah or Bridget Ann (minor) 

Kinloch, Anita Marie or Kathryn Mildred 

(minor) 

Koch, Adele M., or Bernice E. (minor) 

Lawlor , Elizabeth 

Lepp, August 

LiUie, Mrs. Sirah J 

Lyitfh, John B 

Lynch, Patrick 

Lyons, Frances M 

Lyddy, Bridget A 

Mack, Edward P... 

Maas, Joseph 

MacDonald, George Richard (minor) 

MacNamara, William Nugent 

Maguire, Cecilia M 

Marshall, Frank J 

Mandel, Chirles 

McArdle, Ferguson 

Mandziuk, Peter. _ 

Mattos, Ernest _ _,. 

Manly, John W , 

Moran, John 

Morrissey , Thomas 

Moylan, Mary 

Mulcahy, Catherine F _ 

Mulker n , Helen 

MuUien, Annie 

Murray, Chirles 

Murphy, D. J., and Mary J. Whelan, 
trustees for Ladies Silk Culture Society 

of Cilifornia 

Murphy, Emma F ___ 

Murphy, Michael F 

McAuliffe, James I 

McCalI,Kate or Eunice McCall Barnard.. 
McCall, Kate or Olive McCall Hornberger. 

McCall, Kate or Elizabeth McCall Clarke 

McCann, Joseph 

McGarahan, James 

McNamara, Mary G 

McKenna, ^Ialachy 

McGinn, Mary or Georgiana Page.. 

McWilliam. Jennie 

McHugh, Kathrine 

Nikolaisen , Simon 

O'Hanlon , Joseph 

Organ , Patrick 

O'Shea, Julia.. 

O'Neill, James 

O'Neill, William 

O'Brien , Bridget.. 

O'Donnell, John 

Pappa, James V 

Panagiotopulos,Philipos,TheofanisGeorgu 
and William Pavlopulos 

Patrick Henry Improvement Club 

Pattison, Edith 

Paddock, Ch irlcs 

Pancoast, Benjamin or Asenath Hutchinson 

Pancoast 

Pendergast , Micheal J 

Pinkus, Richard 

Pollok, Allan. 

Ranch, Tobia s 

Rasmussen , Marius 

Reed, Ernestine 

Reich, Sirah Elizabeth or Charles David 

Reich Jr. (minor) 

Reilly , Rose 



1751 Broadway 

2113 Geary St 

861 Market St.. 

Tyrone, Killmore County, Ireland 

Tonopah, Nevada 

4369 25th St 

1024 Howard St... 

44 and 46 East St 

1413 California st 

U. S.S.Denver 

c/o Standard Oil Co., San Pablo. 

2775 Clay St 

1408 McAllister St 

New Washington Hotel, 4th and Bluxome 

sts _. 

c/o Chas. Palmer, 7 Upland rd., Everett, 

Mass.. 

Mountain View 

Virgil ia City, Nev 

2909 Bush . 

16th Co. C.A.C., Fort Mills, P I 

Searchlight, Nev 

Sonora 

1 162H Washington st 

1123 Ellis St 

c/o Mrs. Kohan, near San Anselmo 

443 Minna st 

New York House, Howard st 

864Folsomst 

751 Guerrero st 

726 Finest 

Alms House 

1674 Eddy st 

539 Clayton st., and 2015 Webster st 

1501 Leavenworth st 

Oil Haight st 

612!418thst 

P.O. Box 166, Alameda, or Tehachapi... 

P.O. Box 166, Alameda, or 1826 Mint- 
wood pi., Washington, D. C 

P.O. Box 166, Alameda, or Dunsmuir, 
Siskiyou County 

Califori ia House, 4th and Mission sts 

Duboce St., bet. Market and Church 

625 Fairmont ave., Oakland 

Towle 

1237 Versailles ave., Alameda. 

Menlo Park. 

24 Ellis st 

Sunset Hotel, 153 Market st 

1 124 Howard st 

626 4th st 

lOONoest 

241 4th st 

1124 Howard st 

2996 California st 

Lovelock, Nevada 

Co. D, 19th Infantry, Camp Jossman, 

P.I 

1798 18th St., 840 Kansas st., or 725 
Rhode Island st 

c/o Janet Mowatt, 3265 Garfield ave 

309'? Octaviast _.. 

Ft. Klamath, Oregon . _ 

Keystone Apts., Washington and Hyde sts 

3356-A 16th st 

850 Fulton st 

2727Vallejost 

5 Adelaide pi 

Stanislaus, Tuolumne County 

1115 Wall St., Los Angeles 

2737 Clay st 

2308 Washington st 



350 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



DEPOSITS UNCLAIMED FOR MORE THAN TEN YEARS— Continued 

As of January 1,1929 

The Hlbernla Savings and Loan Society, at San Francisco— Continued 



Name 



Last known address 



Alive or dead 



Rich, Thomas E 

Richardson, Edward 

Riley, Edward— 

Rothschild, Joseph M 

Ryder, Claude Clifford, or Nettie 

Salamuiiovieh, Nick 

Sharp, Hattil C 

Shaw, Elizabeth 

Schwartz, Carl 

Scamman, Francesca B 

Sheehan, Bridget 

Shelley, Michael W 

Sweeney, George 

Sweeney, Peter 

Sheridan, Thomas M 

Schneider, John _ 

Schneider , William 

Steindorff, Ida A 

Seiifert, Aloys 

Smith, Alfred 

Smith, Annie 

Smith, Edward 

Smith, Florerce L 

Smith, Fred Allen __- 

Smith, Margaret 

Silva, Joseph 

Schindler , G 

Springer, Abraham C, or Susie E 

Sierra Lodge No. 24 I. 0. 0. F. of Downie- 

viUe 

Storm, Sigurd 



Schoenberg, Louis 

Sundgrar, Swante N 

Sullivan, John J 

Sullivan, Maggie-- 

Sullivan, Nora M., or Annie M. Madigan.. 

Smyth, Peter 

Tabeau, Frank 

Tachna, Gery 

Thalman, John 

Tangney, Hanna 

Taylor, Winnifred A., or Elizabeth May 

(minor) 

Thomas, Joseph B _ - 



Thomsen, OleS 

Thompson, Elmer H.. 

Thompson, Emma 

Thompson, Mikkel... 

Timm, Albert 

Tumelty, Patrick 

Turner, Elizabeth 

Ward, John W _. 



Wagner, Mary 

Waring, Maggie 

Weber, Gertrude 

Wende, Anna 

Werner, Johanna 

Wheeler, Nathan H._ ._. 

Williams, John 

Williams, Thomas J 

Wilson, Mirgrat 

Widdowson, Arthur Reginald. 

Wollard.MaryE 

Ziegler, John W 



80 N. 2d St., San Jose 

U. S. S. New Orleans... 

Battery E, 5th F. A., France 

2060 Sutter st 

Prado 99, Havana, Cuba 

561 Wisconsin st 

U. S. S. Milwaukee 

3 Parsorsst 

139 Clara ave 

788 Geary st 

904 Speedway Camp, Golden Gate Park 

427 9th st 

6th and Harritttsts 

850 Central ave 

1259 Laguna st _ 

Q. M. Corps, Ft. Lawton, Wash 

2628 Turk st - 

2309 24th st 

City and County Hospital 

Fairbarks, Alaska 

447 Valencia st 

Veterars Home, Yountville 

1349 McAllister st 

2607 Franklin st 

1911 Pacific ave 

Boulder Creek, Santa Cruz County 

Evans Hotel, 89 Broadway 

2301 Green st .' 



Downieville 

Detch. 15th Infantry, Co. L, Tientsin, 

China.. 

58 2dst -. 

Harbor No. 15, Ferry Bldg 

826 Eddy st 

335 Prague St.— 

370 Lilly ave 

314 6th st - 

61 Herman st 

1115 Geary st -. 

Guerneville 

1198 Fulton St.- 



c/o Salmon Creek Club, Sonoma County 
U. S. S. Independence, Mare Island, 

Vallcjo 

230 Clinton Park 

1143 Turk St 

1124DeHarost,.. 

68 Rae ave 

c/oO. P. Co., Port Angeles, Wash 

Dougl; s House, Harrison st 

1245 6th ave., South San Francisco 

Co. I, 31st Infantry, Fort McKinley, 

Rizal.P.I 

765 14th st 

Napa State Hospital, Imola 

n0-A28thst -- 

3700 California st 

719 Lincoln way 

19 Farren ave 

451 Washington st 

c/o Standard Oil Co., 200 Bush st 

76 Prosper St.- 

2010 Parker St., Berkeley - - 

400 Oak st 

c/o G. L. Goodwin, 311 E. Main st., 

Stockton - 



Dead 

Dead 

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Unknown. 
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Dead 

Unknown. 

Dead 

Dead 

Unknown- 



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Urknown. 
Unknown. 



Unknown. 
Unknown. 
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Unknown- 

Dead 

Unknown. 
Unknown. 

Dead 

L^nknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknow-n. 
Unknown. 

Dead 



Total. 



REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



351 



DEPOSITS UNCLAIMED FOR MORE THAN TEN YEARS— Continued 

Asof January 1,1929 

The HIbernia Savings and Loan Society, at San Francisco— Continued 

With credits over SIO and under $50 



Name 



Abrams , Louis 

Armanino, Metilde-._ _._ 

Aljets.John 

Allen, David H _. 

Allen, Frank C 

Allen, William , 

Adelscck, Edward __ 

Arnsten, Albert __. 

Aseher, Helen L., or Robert E. (minor).. _ 

A8per,Bert_ 

Anderson, John G 

Acosta, Luisa T., or Amparo L. Loaiza 
(minor) _ 

Acosta, Luisa T., or Leo Lester Loaiza 
(minor) 

Anthony, Mrs. Lena 

Amos, John P 

Ball , Jessie F 

Balmain, William G 

Barney, Thomas R., or Mary E ._ 

Braley, S-irah E _._ 

Bradley, Mary A 

Brady, Eugenie J 

Barker , Enoch Arthur 

Baugh , Andy J 

Braun, Isu,belle Duwer, or Lawrence A. 

DuwerBraun (minor) 

Bantel, Minnie ._ _. 

Barlow , Clarence L 

Batten, Mrs. Mary Ann, or Edward S 

Bassett, Nellie T 

Barnard , Hyman 

Barbieri, Bartholomew _ . 

Blacet, Charles . 

Bauer, George W.. 

Barnhisel, Blanche 

Ball, Frederick Oscar 

Blakemore, Exum D 

Bailance, James 
Bell, Charles N... 
Bell,Ewcll.... 

Bell, Thomas White 

Berg, Mary, or Francis W... 

Berlinsky , Rachel 

Bergman, Peter 

Belts, lone Lawrence, orHerold Nelson Betts 

Bsrnert, Marie 

Bekir , Vessel __ 

Bertuccelli, Danielle 

BSecher, Clyde W., or Mabel . 

Berry, Mary _ 

Bennett , Jerry L 

Becker, William H ] 

Bennett, Bennie E 

Berlin, Frederick T.._. 

Bible School, First Baptist Church San 

Francisco, Primary Department . . 
Bock, Henrv C. 

Bolitho, Wiiliam \.V\. 

Bonfigli, Emma... 

Boronda, Ruby E., orBeonne (minor) 

Bouret, Jean, or Anna 

Boland,MrE. P 

Boarmaii, Irene.. 

Brosnahan , Mary 

Brown, Julia F., or Frank— .^.^^^'[!!'^]! 

Brown, Richard D 

Bolen , Carew _ 

Burke, Mary \..///^ V/. 

Burrell, Clayton \/^^S/S/^S^^^V S 

Busser, Harry M ..' 



Last known address 



2717 Page St... 

1915 Jennings st 

Crockett _ 

c/o H. F. Lorigan, Santa Clara 

Co. L 8th Inf., Ft. McKinley, P. I 

615 lethst, Bakersfield-.-. 

309 S. Hooverst., Los Angeles 

1007Aileenst.,Oaklami _ 

1423-AClayst 

2967 26th St 

745 Istave 

1344 Jackson st., or 1820 Carlton st., 
Berkeley _.. 

1344 Jackson st., or 1820 Carlton st., 

Berkeley _ 

3235 21st st 

929Grovest 

Pvt. Co. B 1st Inf., Schofield Bks., T. H.. 
Broadway and Washington sts. Oakland . 

2711 Dana St., Berkeley 

1206 Markets! 

280 30th st... 

1145 Guerrero st.._ 

U. S. S.Hull, c/o Postmaster 

Co. K 15th Inf., Tientsin, China 

702 San Joseave 

1614 McAllisterst 

U. S. S. WestVirgiiua 

29211-2 California st 

Menlo Park 

246 12th ave 

445 4 th ave 

Co. K, 2d Inf., Ft. Shafter, Honolulu, 

T.H 

1023 Leavenworth st 

933Ellisst 

U. S. Naval Hospital, Olongapo, P. I 

Ft. Shafter, T. H _ 

Co. E, 27th Inf., Texas City, Texas 

725 Geary st 

U. S. S. Decatur 

Co. 1, 30th Inf., Ft W. H. Seward, Alaska- 

140 Rose ave 

1146 Oak st 

International Hotel, Kearny near Jack- 
son 

141 Garden st., Prescott, Ariz 

122 CoUingwood st 

315!--, 16th st 

12 Barthold pi 

289 Lily ave 

The Cleveland House, 3d and Harrison sts. 
Hosp. Corps, Dispensary, Ft. Ruger,T.H._ 
1st Co., 2d Aero Squadron, S. C. Fort 

Mills,Corregidor,P. I 

Ambulance Co. No. 9, Schofield Bks., 

T.H 

1206 Naples st _ 

c/o Pearl Schockly, Supt., 458 Castro st.. 

496 6th .St.. 

Mountain View, Santa Clara County 

40 Scott pi 

Monterey 

285 9th st 

680 Carondelet st. , Los Angeles 

1074 106th ave., Oakland 

531 Yorkst 

Seminary ave., near E. 14th st, Fruitvale 

or E. Auburn, Placer County 

U. S. S. Helena... 

Co. K, 15th Inf., Tientsin, China 

3855 20th St.. _ 

U.S. S.Dale 

Co. M, Signal Corps, Presidio 



Alive or dead 


Amount 


Unknown 


$37 35 


Unknown 


38 53 


Unknown 


14 20 


Unknown .. 


44 71 


Unknown 


25 24 


Unknown 


15 78 


Unknown 


45 85 


Unknown 


18 24 


Unknown 


40 12 


Unknown 


23 49 


Unknown 


18 03 


Unknown 


12 03 


Unknown 


12 03 


Unknown 


13 4) 


Dead 


14 68 


Unknown .. .._ 


14 52 


Unknown 


17 36 


Unknown 


15 48 


Unknown.. .. 


11 96 


Unknown 


17 71 


Unknown 


18 45 


Unknown 


19 12 


Unknown 


28 17 


Unknown 


r.) 70 


Unknown . 


15 14 


Unknown... .._ 


14 6) 


Unknown . ... 


37 77 


Unknown .... 


36 70 


Unknown 


11 47 


Unknown 


28 34 


Unknown 


14 68 


Unknown .. ... 


33 26 


Unknown 


24 35 


Unknown .. 


13 92 


Unknown 


13 36 


L^nknown 


13 70 


Unknown . 


39 4-6 


Unknown 


21 66 


Unknown 


24 05 


Unknown.. 


44 08 


Unknown 


15 65 


Unknown 


34 52 


Unknown 


38 89 


Unknown 


44 70 


Unknown 


12 91 


Unknown 


17 26 


Unknown. 


17 76 


Unknown 


21 86 


Unknown 


16 87 


Unknown 


14 90 


Unknown 


25 54 


Unknown 


22 66 


Unknown 


39 12 


Unknown 


15 81 


Unknown 


13 57 


Unknown . 


12 74 


Unknown 


14 79 


Unknown 


12 39 


Unknown 


15 12 


Unknown 


19 16 


Unknown 


23 05 


Unknown 


15 10 


Unknown 


17 77 


Unknown 


21 .52 


Unknown 


11 22 


Unknown 


14 43 


Unknown 


14 59 



;j52 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



DEPOSITS UNCLAIMED FOR MORE THAN TEN YEARS— Continued 

As of January 1,1929 

The Hlbernia Savings and Loan Society, at San Francisco— Continued 



Name 



Last known address 



Alive or dead 



Burton, Earnest E 

Burke, Lizzie 

Buist, Betsy, or Isabella S 

BuUen, John 

Burns, Edward J., or Edward J., Jr., (minor) 

Burke, Clarerce B 

Byrne, Alonzo L., or Marian G 

Campbell, Harry W 

Carr, Patrick J 

Carey, Mary A 

Car r , Peter 

Carlson, Otto Whilhelm, or Edla Johanna. 

Carey, John C 

Crafton, Adriennc, or John H 

Chance, James Harny 

Crane, Henry Jasper (minor) 

Clarke , Peter _ 

Campbell , Pitrick 

Crane, Georgiana, or Ruth Dorothy, (minor) 
Casey, Alexandra S., or Marian Katherine, 

(minor) ._ 

Castro, Agnes F 

Cameron, Kenneth, or Donald (minor) 

Chambers, William R., or Ida E. _ ^ 

Clack, Henrv-- 

Clark, Fred Clifton .-. 

Clarity, Frark J 

Creighton, Gsrtrude B 

Creedon , Daniel 

The Celtic Union 

Cisco, Eugene J 

Crittenden, Frederick Daved 

Circe, William J 

Connolly, Richard, or Mary 

Colman, William J - 

Conley, Zebulon V 

Cosgrove Mary E 

Courneen, K. T., or D 

Crothers, Shirley 

Cronir, Maurice. ._ 

Conklin, Kate 

Conger, Frank 

Costley, Peter A., or Louie G. Reno 

Corcoran, Daniel 

Cordes, H. W 

Crotty, John J 

Coffee, Marion M - 

Collins, Cecile B --- 

Coleman, John_. 

Cohen, Max W., orKathryn M 

Cody, William F 

Coughlin, Jeremiah 

Conniff, Michael A., or Ellen _ 

Collins, Charles W 

Conaway, Walter 

Cobb, George W 

Coates, Claude K. (minor) --- 

Croatian Benevolent Society, Dalmatia 
Assembly No. 3, Croatian Unity of the 

Pacific 

Cochran, Hugh M 

Coe.W. J 

Crowley, John F 

Coons, Edna Rae - 

Courneen, Peter F 

Cunningham, Thomas H - - 

Curnett, Monte H 

Dahl, Sven Edward 

Daly, Kate 

Darling, Frank H --- 

Daughney, Mrs. Kate - 

Daly, Joseph W., or RoBanna... -- 

Daly, Josephine - - 

Danenman, Charles 



Co. G, 8th Inf., Torrey Barracks, P. I.-_ 

2911 Russellave., Berkeley 

5 1 9 Leavenworth st 

Taft 

556 Divisadero st _. 

U. S. S. Chauncey 

309 San Jose ave , 

Co. A, 19th Inf., Manila, P. I 

614 Howard st 

431 Ellis st 

907Folsomst 

632 Castro st 

1428 Lagunast 

62Bartlcttst . 

Regt. Detch., Co. I, 18th Inf., Camp 

Keithlev, Mind., P. I .".. 

1321 Carolire St., Alameda 

4327 18th ave 

Pioneer Hotel, Fairbarks, Alaska 

4168 26th st 

1200 Califori ia st 

399Steinerst 

740 Arkansas st 

253Bartlcttst..-. 

50 Endicott Park 

U.S. S.Helena 

Co. L, 31st Inf., Ft. McKinlev, P. I 

G05O'Farrpllst..._ __ 

19-A Mossst 

c/o John Mulhem, 124 Market st 

Co. K, 2d Inf., Ft. Shafter, Honolulu, 

T.H 

90th Co. C. A. C, Ft. Mills, P. I ._. 

Carson City, Nevada 

501 7th st 

Forest City 

Pvt. Co. D, Hosp. Corps, Ft. Wm. 

McKinley, P. I.. 

Angels, 

734 Vallejost 

628 9th ave 

Menlo Park 

24 12th st -. 

68th Co. C. A. C, Honolulu, T. H 

Boulder Creek 

Bay Oak Flat, Stockton 

528Shotwellst 

Co. F, 13th Inf., Ft. Wm. McKinley 

Rizal.P. I ---. 

Terminal Hotel, Market st 

455 Minna st 

Ocean View_._ --. 

1531 Turk st 

960 Potrero ave.__ 

2040 Bryant St.- 

Santa Rosa .._ _ 

U.S.S. Alert 

Hosp. Corps., Camp Stotsenberg, P. I — 
Casual Detachment Office, Recruit Fort 

McDowell Depot, Angel Island 

955-A Dolorfpst -• 

Oakland -- 

200 Eureka St.. .-.. 

U. S.S. Helena 

140 Mason s t 

2411 Clayst 

914 Divisadero s t 

2529 Harrison st 

Co. K, 2d Inf., Honolulu, T. H 

519 Leavenworth st 

2728 Pacific ave 

664 L-irkin st ..-. 

48 Louisa st • 

1532 Sanchez st 

184 East St.. -. 

Co. B , 15th Inf., Tientsin, China 



Unknown 

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Unknown 

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Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

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Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

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Unknown 

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Unknown 

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Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

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Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Dead 

Unknown 

L^nknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

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Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown. 

Unknown. 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



353 



DEPOSITS UNCLAIMED FOR MORE THAN TEN YEARS— Continued 

Asof January 1,1929 
The Hibernia Savings and Loan Society, at San Francisco— Continued 



Name 



Last known address 



Alive or dead 



D'Abreo, Manuel, aod, or John E. (minor). 

Davis, Charles C 

Davis, Hannora, or James A. Conoghan 

(minor) 

Davis, William H _ 

Dccke r , Joseph _ 

Deviiie, Mary 

Dean, Marv Alice __ 

DeClaer, Charles. -- 

Del Ghingaro, Louis 

Dempsey, Patrick... 

Deane, Homer A 

Desmond, Lillian Lamson 

Devoy, Edmund B 

Devincenzi, Louise A. (minor) 

Deacon, Joseph l._ , 

DeLargy,Etta 

Devan, Mary C 

Devery, Joseph P 

Dennison ,Mary 

Dr iscoll , Joanna M _ 

Dievich, Nick, orSarah 

Diamant opoulos, Pantageotes 

Dimond , Hugh 

Doher ty, Patrick 

Doolin, James 

Donovan, John 



Doyle, Morgan 

Doherty, James H 

Donahue, Mervin J 

Doyle, James Patrick 

Dougherty, Helen (minor) 

Donchue, Margaret R 

Dorman, Bitore 

Dovon, Charles, and Clara M _ 

Donnallan , Annie L 

Dore, Armand 

Dow, Nellie B., or Myrtle D __- 

Dupuy , George J ._ 

Dumesn i 1 , Eugene 

Edwards , Frank G 

Edwards, Charles L 

Everett , Charles Frank 

Evers, Ruby I 

Elledge, Elizabeth M., gdn. of the person 
and estate of Albert Douglas Elledge 

(minor'' 

Engels, Brady T 

Elliott, Maria Teresa, exec, of the last will 

and testament of Orson H Elliott 

Erickson, Ruth 0.- _. 

Ensbury , George 

Fait, Peter E 



Fallon, Frank J., or Maurice Mercer (minor) 

Freed, Louis C, or Estella 

Fen wick, William A 

Feldman , Henry 

Fleming, Doris Grace (minor) 

Fleming, Ruth Maria (minor) 

Fremont, Leyb 

Feller, Lester F 

Farris, Robert 

Feeley , Annie 

Fleetwood, Thomas Emery 



Fischer, William 

Fitzgerald, John J 

Finn, Nora B., or Veronica (minor). 

Field, M irguerite T 

Filter, Ward... 

Fox, Mary F. Gott. _ 

Foley, William 

Ford, Mary -_ _ 

Foley, Martin _ _ _ . 

Flynn, Martin, or Lizzie 

Flynn, Thomas E.. 

23—69903 



27 Middle St.... 

Co. K, 15th Inf., Tientsin, China. 



Tonopah , Nevada 

U.S. S.Barry 

Fireman 2d Class, U. S. S. California.. _ 

Lomita Park, San Mateo County 

3834 17th st 

275 Minna st __ 

Jackson, Amador County 

45 Minna st 

320Haightst 

Court Hotel, 555 Bushst 

U. S. S. Lurline, Matson Navigation Co. 

38 Monte Vista ave.. Piedmont 

205 College ave., Santa Rosa 

2150 Washington st 

1949 Page st 

15th U. S. Inf., Tientsin, China 

119 London st 

815 Eddy st .-- 

1261 Golden Gate ave _ 

1567 Post st 

Dimond 

322-A Bryant St.. 

202 Hale st _. 

9th bet. Clay and Washington sts., Oak- 
land 

Goldfield House, 652 Sacramento st 

Co. D, 15th Inf., Tientsin, China 

First Federal Trust Co 

1151 Polk st 

130 E. Julian st., San Jose.. 

145 Divisadero st 

Yumas, Arizona. 

P.O. Box 1010, Sacramento 

San Andreas, Calaveras County 

Hospital Corps, Regan Bks., P. I 

2437 10th ave., Oakland 

1308-A Leavenworth st 

Fairnjont Hotel 

U. S. S. California 

Co. C, 15th Inf., Tientsin, China 

Co. A, 1st Bat. Eng., Honolulu, T. H. .. 
1539 Franklin st 



735Ellisst 

12th Co., Fort Mills, P. L 



479 Fair Oaks St.. 

2863 Harrison st 

145 Perry st 

Co. L, Signal Corps, Ft. Wm. McKinley, 

P.I 

484 Oak St.. 

232-A Lexington ave 

W'indsor Hotel, 5th and Market sts 

224 Page st 

300 Baker st 

300 Baker st 

1414 Webs terst 

U. S. S. Cinncinnati, Shanghai, China 

Co. B, 13th Inf. 

81 Websterst 

Hosp. App., U. S. Naval Station, Cavite, 

P.I 

1400 McAllisterst 

3024 Buchanan St.. .' 

270 Clara st 

2512 Mills ave, Oakland 

Co. H, 15th Inf., Manila, P. L.. 

San Pablo 

100 Cole st 

717 19th St., Sacramento 

Box 97, Kennett, Shasta County 

839 Jackson st 

14] Valencia st 



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Dead 

Unknown. 
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Unknown- 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 



S45 83 


23 10 


10 17 


29 48 


30 53 


14 84 


47 41 


37 62 


10 92 


11 64 


14 60 


10 42 


27 25 


10 52 


16 58 


10 09 


12 97 


18 49 


10 64 


39 55 


14 71 


34 99 


14 47 


21 74 


15 35 


34 50 


11 97 


12 66 


27 89 


28 49 


20 77 


13 58 


31 47 


10 08 


17 54 


14 05 


18 65 


17 30 


28 30 


15 24 


15 05 


43 07 


11 08 


19 67 


13 38 


16 76 


10 89 


14 85 


17 58 


22 74 


18 81 


11 78 


10 56 


13 30 


14 68 


18 37 


10 62 


45 75 


15 48 


31 84 


15 20 


46 46 


10 22 


.18 44 


40 16 


13 25 


25 36 


14 66 


22 42 


45 76 


18 12 



854 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



DEPOSITS UNCLAIMED FOR MORE THAN TEN YEARS— Continued 

Asof January 1,1929 

The Hibernia Savings and Loan Society, at San Francisco — Continued 



Name 



Last known address 



Alive or dead 



Flynn, William W.. - - 

GiUagher , Peter 

Galia, Eugenic 

Gamble, Rose 

Gatley, Arthur J __ 

Graham, John 

Grande, Josef 

Grant, Emma F 

Gallagher, Mary A., or John D. (minor).-. 

Gallagher, John 

Garland, Christopher 

Gantner Laura, or Mary Jane (minor) 

Girvey, John 

Gately, Clara, or Gladys Irene (minor) 

Gardine, Charles A 

Grassi, Angielina 

Galovich, John (minor) 

Gaughen , Jack 

Green, Dora 

Gee, Nellie 

Green, Thomas B., or Rosamond C. Young 

Gregos, Alexander. _ 

Geear, Arthur W 

Gentzel, Frederick 

Germon, Joseph 

Gil), Mary E 

Gilbert, Susan A., or Norman A. (minor) _- 

GrifiBn ,Mi,rion 

Givan, William H 

Gildea, Marie 

Goodwin, Ethel, or Emily... 

Gough, Thomas J.__ 

Gough, Jane, or Leo J 

Goodman, Joseph, or Yetta 

Goff, Augustine 

Glotz, Anna, or Frieda (minor) 

Gordon , Joseph H._ 

Guiney, Jeremiah T., or Ellen 

GuiEfra, Francis Joseph (minor) 

Harkin, Catharine A 

Harkin, Sarah 

Harlan, John W 

Haimovitch, Jack, or Mary.. 

Hansen , George J 

Harkjns, Patrick 

Hall,Kelley-.. 

Hanley, Mary A _ 

Hannigan, Thomas Urban (minor) 

Hall, Anna H 

Hansen, Andrew C 

Haskell, Ira, or Cyrus (minor) 

Haimovitch, David 

Harris, Hattie 

Harris, Leon D 

Harris, Louisa M _ 

Hampton, Harrv E 

Hensley, Elbert'H 

Hewett, Albert Arthur 

Hennessey, Miss Margaret 

Hermal, Norbert (minor) 

Hcnnessy, James T . 

Hcliotis, James ■ 

Hernandez, Gilbert 

Henderson , Robert Gordon 

Hendrickson , Emilia 

Higgins, Lorraine J. (minor) 

Hill, Clayton D 

Hill, John J 

Higgins. Cornealious D... 

Hillis, William L... 

Hilton , Jesse I 



c/o Director of Naval Intelligence, The 

Naval Annex, Washington, D. C 

Co. F, Camp Overton Mind., P. I 

517,'-2 Greenwich st 

253 Mason st 

U. S. S. Monterey 

130 Laguna st 

Tent 23, Alamo Square 

79 Walters! 

3058 24th st._ 

McCabe, Ariz 

1529 Hyde st 

1770 Pacific ave 

1074 Tennessee st 

872Shotwellst 

Troop E, 15th Cavalry, Ft. Wm. Mc 

Kinley,P. I 

42Laskiest 

526 Utah st 

Co. D, 3d Engineers, Fort Shatter, T. H.. 

1322 Golden Gate ave 

929H Howard st 

Alexander Hotel, Geary St., 3622 E. 156th 

St., New York City, N.Y 

59 Shipley st 

U. S. S. Galveston 

Co. G, 15th Inf., Tientsin, China 

Co. I, 31st Inf., Fort Wm. McKinley, 

P.I 

2845-B Mission st 

457 10th ave 

2529 Miss on st 

Pvt. Machine Gun Co., Istlnf., Schofield 

Bks.,T.H 

811 Oak st 

15 Merrittst 

422 Franklin st 

2784 Bryant st 

Gates Hotel, Fillmore near Geary st 

259 7th st 

438 Los Angeles ave., Daly City 

Yuba Hotel , 1 146 Mission st 

3478 22dst 

864 Grove st 

2950 Point Lobos ave 

2950 Pt. Lobos ave 

Co.I, 19th Inf., Manila, P. I 

743 Polk st 

cor. Ellis and Scott st 

64 Perrvst 

Co. G, 5th Inf., Camp Eldridge, P. I 

Redwood City 

1050 California st 

3855 Jackson st 

1225 Mission st 

1152 Eddy st 

1282 7th ave 

1952 Post st 

U. S. S. Cinncinnati 

1649 Webster st 

12th Co. C. A. C, Fort Mills, P. I 

Private, Co. D, Hosp. Corps, Ft. Wm. 

McKinley, P. I 

775 5th ave 

Box 16, Campbell. 

28 Bennington st 

287 Connecticut st .. 

1047 McAllister st 

U. S. S. Pompey.. 

c/o Buckingham and Hetch, Army and 

Valencia sts 

46 Allison st.._ 

2150 Howard st 

Troop M, 15th Cavalry, Fort Wm. Mc- 
Kinley, P. I.......... 

U. S. S. Cinncinnati 

U S. S. Pompey 

1288 McAllister _ 

23d Co. C. A. C, Fort Mills, P. I 



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Unknown. 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS 



355 



DEPOSITS UNCLAIMED FOR MORE THAN TEN YEARS— Continued 

Asof January 1,1929 

The Hibernia Savings and Loan Society, af San Francisco— Continued 



Name 



Alive or dead 


Amount 


Unknown.. 


*32 01 


Unlinown 


37 03 


Unlcnown.. .. . 


24 75 


Unknown 


11 28 


Unknown 


19 4e 


Unknown. 


14 60 


Unknown 


38 76 


Unknown.. _. . 


22 77 


Urknown 


16 86 


Unknown. 


14 40 


Dead 


23 73 


Unknown 


15 43 


Unknown 


46 85 


Unknown __ 


10 56 


Unknown . 


17 31 


Unknown. 


10 54 


Unknown 


28 79 


Unknown 


29 51 


Unknown _ 


10 45 


Unknown. _ ._ 


28 85 


Unknown 


27 90 


Unknown 


32 29 


Urknown _ 


15 12 


Unknown .. 


22 30 


Unknown 


38 56 


Unknown 


18 67 


Unknown 


12 21 


Unknown 


30 73 


Urknown. .._ . 


16 59 


Unknown. . , 


23 93 


Unknown 


30 25 


Unknown 


11 21 


Unknown 


16 74 


Unltnown 


18 69 


Unknown 


13 65 


Unknown 


31 85 


Unknown 


10 95 


Unknown .. 


33 57 


Unknown 


31 57 


Unknown 


17 18 


Unknown _ ... 


12 06 


Unknown 


17 58 


Unknown. 


25 49 


Unknown 


33 61 


Unknown _ __. 


17 96 


Unknown.. _., 


18 96 


Unknown 


15 48 


Unknown. 


13 84 


Unknown 


14 17 


Unknown 


13 93 


Unknown 


43 88 


Unknown. __ ... 


20 25 


Unknown 


10 96 


Unknown _ 


21 52 


Unknown... ... 


29 48 


Unknown... ._, 


30 03 


Unknown 


10 85 


Unknown 


11 88 


Unknown 


32 37 


Unknown 


35 81 


Unknown 


1 91 


Unknown... .._ 


17 98 


Dead 


39 04 


Unknown 


16 40 


Unknown 


11 72 


Unknown 


13 64 


Unknown 


14 27 


Unknown.. 


45 56 


Unknown 


16 21 


Urknown 


46 37 


Unknown 


29 91 


Unknown. 


10 71 


Unknown.. 


18 12 



Hofifman, Caroline 

Hollman , Ann . , _ 

Hoitog, Walter... 

Holland, Harry F 

Howland Edd. 

Hodges, Jesse Ailin 

Hoffman , Louis 

Holmes, James P 

Hooser, Frank H 

Hopkins, Mary L. 

Houston , Charles J 

Hugee , Theodore W 

Hudson , William 

Hufft, Charles E.. 

Hugway , Pearl 

Hurley, Thomas 

Hunter, John, or Ian Bruce (minor). 

Hulberg,Edward 

Hiinziker, Rudolf 

Hyde. George Maurice 

Irving, Roberta M. (minor). 

Inch, Richard Norman 

Irving, Robert B., or HattieL 

Irwin, Ra)Tnond L., or Julia A 

Jacobs, Alex and Esther 

Jamieson, David W 

Jensen, Mary E 

Jenkins, Miller H 



Johnson, Albert 

Johnson, Gust R 

Joyce, Margaret 

Johnson, Matilda 

Jones, Hen ry R 

Jorgensen, Henrietta, exec, of the last will 

of Jane L. Aiken, deceased 

Johnson, Emelia A., or Bruce A. (minor) .. 
Johnson, Elton E 



Johnson ,John 

Klapperich, Mary J 

Kayser , Ma reus _ 

Klarich, Anthony I 

Keehan, Mollie A 

Kelly, Maggie A 

Knesplcr , Ferdinand F 

Kelly, Elizabeth L. A 

Kelly, Rose Ann 

Keller, Catherire, or Jacob F 

Kearns, Alfred B 

Keane, Nellie C 

Kearney, Elizabeth 

Keville,8xrtholomew, or Mary J 

Kel ly , Ben jiman D 

Kelly, Catherine, or Sarah Agnes 

Kelly, William Henry, or Mary E _ 

Kenny, Elizabeth 

Kiernan .Francis J 

Knights of Tara 

Kiely, John '. _ 

Kolombotos, John K 

Koch, Adele M _ . 

Konrad, Katharina, or Elsie S. Podhraskie 

(miior). 

Kuchenberg, Harry D., or Georgia D. . . 
Kusama, Almi, aiaiiistrAtrix of the estate 

of Selma Matson , deceased 

Kyle, Lawrence L 

Lawrence, Constance V 

Lassen, Nelsen 

Lawrence, Roger G 

Laws, Myrtle S. (minor) 

Launonen , Helli 

Lirsson , Gunnar 

Lakatsag, John 

Laws, Walter E _. 

Lazzara, Stephen 



Lane, Michael M. 



535 7th St.. 

Vallejo. 

919-A Jones st.. 

Yerington , Nevada 

Co. L, 15th Inf., Linsi, China.- 

Olongapo, P. I 

U.S. S.Dale 

1013 57th ave., Oakland...- 

15th U. S. Inf., Tientsin, China 

441 Jessie st 

Denver House, 3d st 

Fair view, Nevada 

Co. H, 15th Inf. Manila, P. I 

U. S. S. Albany. 

Coalinga 

215i> FairOaksst 

1621 Sutterst.,and 1262 llthave 

68th Co. C. A. C, Honolulu, T. H 

183 Valencia st 

Ross, Marin County 

3126Steinerst 

2605 Durant ave., Berkeley 

3126 Steiner st 

3628 16th st - 

1126 Harrison st 

Teamster? Camp, 18th and Carolina sts. 

1271 California st 

Troop D, 7th Cavalry, Camp Stotsen- 

burg, Pamp, P. I 

1228 19th ave 

Co. 0, 6th Inf., Camp Keithley, P. I.. .. 

St. Francis Hotel 

Philo, Mendocino County 

Hospital Corps, Schofield Bks., T. H 

515 Shotwellst 

4308 19thst 

Troop B, 4th Cavalry, Schofield Bar 

racks, T.H 

705-A Shotwell st 

179 Albion ave 

601 Linden ave 

Sausilito 

1408 Guerrero st 

924 Army st 

U. S. S. Cleveland 

235 Oak st 

320 23d ave 

1694 nth St., Oakland 

3991 18th st 

2224 Grove st 

318 Austin ave 

2222 23d st 

Reno, Nevada 

736 Oak st 

941 Potter Park ave., Los Angeles 

3933 Clay st 

221 8th st 

c/o W. Mulvin , treas , 22 Rondel pi 

52 Center pi . 

631 6th ave 

2160 Union st 

82 Cumberland st _. 

720 Jones st 

61 La Grande ave 

Hosp. Corps, Schofield Barracks, T. H. . 

1034 Vallejo st 

Central Hotel , 574 3d st 

Newark 

275 7th ave 

14 Surrey st • 

11th Co. C. A. C. , Ft. Mills, P. I 

622 Broadway, Oakland . 

U. S. S. Galveston 

Co. C, 2d Inf., Camp Stotsenburg,Pamp, 

P.I 

c/o Standard Oil Co., Byron _ . 



356 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



DEPOSITS UNCLAIMED FOR MORE THAN TEN YEARS— Continued 

Asof January 1,1929 

The Hibernia Savings and Loan Society, at San Francisco — ContiEued 



Name 



Larsen, Dale P. C. (minor) 

Lagomarsiiio, Louis A 

Lansdowne, Herbert S - - 

Lacy, Arthur E _-_ 

Leupold .ArminB 

Levy, Agnes 

Leahy, Ann 

Lenehan , Margaret 

Leupold , Fanny _ __. 

Lennon, Thomas L - 

Leahy, M irgaret 

Levey, Phil Morton, or Stella G 

Lester , KateC _ 

Leider , Leo M.__ 

Lewis, Addison P 

Lindsey , Illzaide 

Lind, Veronica F., or Francis L (minor) . 

Linsey, TiUie.or Zadelle (minor) 

Lockhard, Frank Allen 

Lornsten, Mary H 

Lowden , Spencer W 

Lorbeer, George Coe 

Lyons, Ellen C , orKathryn M. (minor) _ 

Lyon, Mitchell S., or Lillian P 

Lynch, Alexander 

Lynch, Elizabeth 

Lynch, George A 

Lynch, Douglas Charles (minor) 

Martin, Eleanor F 

Marlette, Alice, or Emma Ingham 



Mattner, Ernest H., or Louise. 

Maloney,John F 

Marsich, Joseph 

Marty, Mary 

MacDonald, Alexander H 



Last known address 



MacDonald, James S. A., or Edna P.. 
Maginnis, Kate, or William, (minor)- 

Mails, H., or F. _ 

Maloney, Mary E 

Manning, Williem 

Mar tzloff, Dora _ _ 

Malone, Hugh_ _ 



Manuel , Richard Sherwood (minor) 

Macic, Nikola,. 

Mahon,Ann 

Madden, Josephine C, or Mary Eleanor, 

(minor) __ 

Mack, Frederick Edward : 

Malater, Berel 



Maggert, Dale W 

Mannis, Frank B 

Martin, Bridget 

Magoon, Walter C 

Mahony, Henry 

Maguire, Michael 

Merino, Matilda 

Mello, Jose M., or Mary L. 
Metzner, Louis F. _ 



M'Uer, Christina 

Miller, Mfrgret... 

Michael, Effie, or Frank Raymond, (minor) 

Minton, Samuel Charles 

Miller, Lena 

Mistchele, Mary 

Miller, Cathrine M. E., or Helen A. M.. 
Miller, Manas.. -.. 



Moore, Hannah 

Moran, Mary Ellen _ 

Morris, Charles W 

Mocker, Loland Stanford (minor). 

Moran, Michael B 

Morton, Edith (minor) 

Mosses, CarIB 



2465 Sacramento st 

1534 Lakest 

U. S. S. Helena, Canton, China 

Bay Point 

6 Broadway Court... 

Savoy Hotel 

Virgil ia City, Nevada 

Menlo Park 

320 Hickory ave 

Coloiial Hotel, 650 Bush St 

714 Balboa st 

3550 17th st 

1770OTarrellst 

11th Co. C. A. C, Fort Mills, P. L_ 

Submarine Base, Coco Solo, C. Z 

227 2dgt 

319 Lisbon st 

263Lagunast 

Austin, Nevada 

132 Highland ave 

Redding 

High School of Commerce 

20 Dearborn st 

1601 Sacramento st 

717 Scott 3t .- 

717Scottst 

717Soottst 

66 Curtis st 

Majestic Hotel 

324 W. Olive ave. ,Redlands, or Wilton, 
Iowa 

631 Van Ness ave 

Menlo Park 

2627Masonst 

Box 346, Leona Heights, Fruitvale 

Co. D, Hosp. Corps, Ft. Wm. McKinley, 

P.I 

1522 9th ave 

c/o News, Bradford, Virginia. 

87 Bockenheimer , Landstrasse 

Holdcn, Mo 

41 Hampton pi 

1924Broderickst 

Co. E, 8th Inf., Cump Keithley, Mind, 

P.I 

325 16th St., San Pedro -. 

2802 Mission 3 1. 

921 Fulton st 



Alive or dead 



Corte Madera, Marin County. 

1332 Grove st 

70th Co. C. A. 0., Corregidor, Cavite, 

P.I _ 

U. S. S. Wilmington 

U. S. S. Decatur 

Auburn, Placer County 

U. S. S. Tennessee 

872 .A.shburyst 

1251 2d ave., Oakland 

728 Shotwell st 

363 Arlington St.- 

Co. F, 13th Inf., Camp McGrath, Batan- 

gas, P. I... 

51 Herman st 

12 Clinton st --- 

Hcaldsburg 

U. S. S. Yorktown 

424 Oak st 

727 Minna st 

2025 Bryant ave., Fruitvale. 

Q. M. C, Pettit Barracks, Mindanao, 

P.I 

73 P.irnassuscve - 

971 8th St., Oakland 

Co. F, 15th Inf., Manila, P. I 

619 Divisaderost 

Fresno House, 653 Sacramento st 

1441 Grand ave., Alameda 

U. S. S. Pampanga 



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REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS 



357 



DEPOSITS UNCLAIMED FOR MORE THAN TEN YEARS— Continued 

Asof January 1,1929 

The Hibernia Savings and Loan Society, at San Francisco— Continued 



Name 



MouIoB, Peter 

Morse, Alice M., or Alice Cora M., (minor) 

Morrison , Joseph Alphus, Jr._ 

Morton, Kobcrt L., or Eva A 

Mullen , Theresa. _ _._ 

Muirhead, Thonaas 

Munday, Frank- _.- 

Murriiy, John, or Mrs. Viola. 

Murray, Williiira C., or Maud. 

Murray, Bernarc F 

Murray, Ed\vard T 

MuUany , Martin ._ 

Musick, Robert E 

Murasky, Mary G., or Frederick 

Muchliiiski, Vlidie J .__ 

McLaughlin, Edward. - . 

McCarthy, Jeremiah, or Catherine 

MoCaghran, James 

McMahon,Hugh F 

McManus, Francis A 

McAulilTe, James 

McCracken, Mary 

McLaughlin , Katherine. 

McCann .Martin 

McMai'us, Norah, or Mary V., (minor) 

McLennan, A. F . 

McElligott, William Elmer (minor) 

McSherry, Mary K 

McGee, Mary _. 

McGeary, John 

McGiU, Edward P 

McGivney , James E 

McGovern, Theresa Jane 

McDonagh, Celia 

McCormick , Francis Michael, Jr 

McColgan, R., tr. for William J Pattison_. 

McCullough, John H 

McCue, Mary . . . 

McCabc, Anna I 

McClanahan, Hartwill T 

McMahon, John F. (minor)... . ... 

McKee, Annie E 

McElligott, Maynard H 

McDermott, Ray 

McGill.MattieO _. 

McDonough, Margaret. 

Nam, Wong 

Nelson, Bengt Peter 

Newman, Josephine, or Marion 

Nekoliczak, HenryJ 

Nelson, Gustaf N 

Nelson , Jenn ie 

Neuhaus, George. 

Neff, Theodore... 

Norton, Francis M 

O'Hara, Mary A 

dham, Luther H 

OJgers, William S., or Blanche 

O'Leary , Daniel 

Owens, Le Roy 

O'Brien, George (minor) 

O'Connor, Margaret 

O'Connor, Michael J 

O'Connor, Patrick 

O'Connor, Margaret and Mary Meagher-.. 

O'Driscoil , Daniel. 

O'GrowncyBranch of TheGielicLeague,'rhe 

Oliva, George Verdelli, or Annie E 

Ough, Clark Abbott (minor) 

Page, Alec William 

Partlow, Alvia S 

Palmer, Thomas 

Parham, Everett T 

Pallo, Susie 

Pelsrsen, Grace Elizabeth, or Grace Mar- 
garet Riordan 

Penberthy, Thomas, or Annie 



Last known address 



1773 Geary st 

256(iPinest 

315 Van Ness ave 

Eilington Court , Berkeley 

734 Dolores st 

eSEUitst.. - 

Crockett 

Sausalito 

24 Harrington st 

830'.. Alabama st 

Co. F, 8th Inf., Camp Keithlev, Minda- 

noa, P. I 

711 Golden Gate ave 

105th Co. C. A. C, Ft. Ruger.T. H 

345 Pierce st 

Med. Dept., Schofield Barracks, T. H.... 

502 Beale st 

1664 Alabama st 

Tonopah, Nevada 

8 Alemanny st... 

902 Di visadero St.. 

Park Hotel, 8th St.. 

2024 Taylor st 

4076 19th St.... .-.. 

Los Gatos 

646 Athei sst 

20233-2 Ellisst.- 

2525 Anza st 

3021 Buchanan st 

1275 McAUisteist 

1175 Missioi st 

1300 Jones st 

1677 Dolores st 

Truckee 

292 Moultrie st 

Tracy 

502Clauss Spreckels Blc'g 

Co. H, Signal Corps, Presidio 

2012 15th st 

751Haightst . 

Co. A, 15th Inf., Tientsin, China 

178 6th ave . 

2648 Bryant st 

Elk City, Idaho 

Reno Hotel, 6th near Howard st 

U. S. S. Wilmington 

2820 Telegraph ave. , Oakland 

2340 Washington st 

524Eastst 

3590 Washington st 

Centrtl Hotel, 3d st 

1610 Willow ave., Alameda 

3596 21st st 

U. S. S. -Annapolis 

15th U. S. Inf., Tientsin, China 

1901 16th ave 

MillVallev 

2d Co. C. A. C, Fort Ruger, T. H 

Soulsbvville, Tuolumne County 

332 Alvarado st 

Co. L, 13th Inf., Fort Mills, Corregidor, 

P.I 

cor. Sutter and Broderick sts 

2863 Pacific ave 

766 Coppst 

3371 21st St.. 

St. Joseph Hospital and 2332 Webster st.- 

Panama Hotel, 176 4th st 

c/o Mary J. Cooney,trc;.s., 3918 23d st. 

San Anselmo 

Richmond, Contra Costa County 

U.S. S.Albany 

Ambulance Co. No. 4, Ft. McKinlev, P.I.- 

1163Shotwellst ". 

Co. C, 1st Inf., Schofield Barracks, T. H.- 
773 Page st 



1634 Polk St., or 521 Lyon st. 
Stockton 



Alive or dead 



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$12 58 


12 28 


21 81 


20 04 


16 75 


11 34 


15 84 


11 65 


18 63 


10 19 


15 74 


23 50 


18 89 


11 99 


25 37 


40 30 


23 96 


36 73 


10 84 


14 65 


26 22 


14 56 


11 27 


10 99 


17 41 


10 46 


14 83 


19 53 


11 23 


12 25 


12 65 


10 29 


25 54 


14 83 


21 36 


13 14 


19 02 


15 93 


12 44 


15 02 


15 78 


11 10 


18 83 


14 97 


35 15 


10 77 


12 02 


12 74 


10 79 


10 39 


30 49 


18 94 


35 20 


23 79 


38 57 


16 84 


15 48 


15 06 


12 18 


16 55 


28 94 


12 10 


34 24 


13 50 


10 81 


15 02 


16 22 


26 74 


11 05 


22 42 


24 51 


18 71 


24 40 


29 56 


16 79 


21 01 



358 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS 



DEPOSITS UNCLAIMED FOR MORE THAN TEN YEARS— Continued 

Asof January 1,1929 

The Hibernia Savings and Loan Society, at San Francisco — Contiriued 



Name 



Last known address 



Alive or dead 



Petersen , Peter 

Preschoiig, Lillie 

Perschbach, Frank _ . 

Peterson, GladysBlanch (minor) 

Perry, George G 

Percov, Marco 

Pioneer Lodge No. 1, Friends of The 

Pacific 

Pitsikals,Spiros 

Pierce, William J 

Picken, Clifton A 

Pilster,Fred. 

Price, John 

Potts, John W 

Popp, Harbert C 

Pringlc, Lou Irene De Yo, or Eunice Irene, 

(minor) 

Porta , Amabile 

Powers , Patrick J 

Polichio, Henry _.. 

Plummer, Frank 

Purdue, Clarence E 

Quinn, John, or Elizabeth 

Quinlan, John J 

Quinn , Peter 

Quinn, John 

Quigley, Bridget, or James 

Raphael, Benjamin, B., or Ephraim H., 

(minor) 

Rambo, Walter W 

Rebizzo, Vi ttono 

Rzeszewski, Antony. __ 

Reish, Jolin J 

Reb, Samuel J _ _ .. 

Reedy, Michael 

Reilly, Charles 

Reno, William G .._ .. 

Reading, Garland A 

Reilly, Edward Henry, exec, of the last will 

andtestament of JohnW. Reilly.deceased 
Reynolds, John A 

Riordan, Margaret A - 

Rhine, Esther _ 

Robinson , Theresa 

Roberts, Joseph F 

Roberts, Hugh T., or Regina. 

Rothman, Nathan, or Sarah.. 

Rouse, John David 

Rodgers, Bernard A 

Rosenberg, Samuel 

Rohner.Joe . _ . 

Roney EarIT 

Ruiapaugh, Wallace N 

Ru lelle, Adolphe 

Ruppel, Theodore Arthur (minor). 

Rubin, Fannie 

Ryan, Raymond 

Rymaii, Caleb. 

Savieh, Kostantin . 

Shaughnessy, Maria 

Sharon, John J., or Ellen M.. 

Sanchez, Ester. 

Sanders .Wiley 

Stark, David Fielding 

Swauson, Amanda 

Sands, Leota 

Straub, Arnold Joseph (minor) 

Siarni, Nesstor 

Sarhosis, Chirks 

Stallii-gs, William E . . 

Samuel, Bertha, or Joseph 

San Francisco Council No. 015, K of C. 

Sirrie.Spyroe . .__ _ 

Swanson. Arthur L 

Small, Simeon F., orLoveniia E... 



17th ave. and M sts 

2731 Durantst 

Troop I, 14th Cavalry, Manila, P. I.. 

1416 Mission st 

16 Cleveland st . 

721 Davis St 



c/o Mrs. Lena Schloton, 2385 Mission st.. 

5643 2 Castro st 

Troop B, 4th Cavalry, Schoficld Barracks, 

T.H 

U. S. S. Cincinnati 

Hale Hotel , 939 Mission st 

Tientsin , China 

Co. C, 2d Inf., It. Shafter,T.H 

Co. I, 2d Inf., Ft. Shafter, T.H 



Willets, Mendocino County 

126-A Clinton Park 

664 Larkinst 

Unknown 

U. S. S. Buffalo 

Teamster Q. M. Corps, Fort Gibbons, 

Alaska 

5111 Hyland ave., Tacoma, Wash 

2103 Bush st 

Ukiah, Mendocino County 

168-AStillmanst 

34 Clementina st 



3222-A23dst 

U. S. S. Petrel 

18 Gecrgiast 

Co. M , 15th Inf., Tientsin , China 

Naval Hospital, Canacao, P. I 

1156 Sutter st 

Old Ladies Home, Pruitvale 

409 10th St.. 

574 3d st 

Bugler, Co. B, 2d Inf.Fort ShafteV, f. H 



Essex Hotel, Ellis and Larkinsts 

9th Ambulance Co., Schofield Barracks, 

Honolulu, T.H 

3324 19th st 

1086 Fulton st 

Vacaville, Sjlano County 

Co. K, 13th Inf., Corregidor Island, P.I. 

220 Clayton st.. 

36 Sanchez st 

U. S S. Saratoga 

Headquarters Co., 8th Inf., Ft. McKinley 

P.I 

Depot Hosp.. Honolulu, T. H 

15th U. S. Inf., Tientsin, China ^.. 

509 Frederick st 

U. S. S. Buffalo 

1402 2d St., West Berkeley 

85 2 1st ave., Richmond 

184 Anderson st — 

U. S. S. Pike, Mare Island--.- 

Genera 1 Delivery 

746 14th st 

50 Morris ave 

430 Sanchez St.-. .-. 

876 Broadn av 

U. S. S. Decatur 

U. S. S. California 

RF.D. Box I, P.O. Box 20, Tulare 

Driscoll Apts., Geary ard .tones sts 

Siskivou, Siskiyou County . , 

247 Stewart st 

1927 McAllister Bt 

Co. D. 15th Inf., Tongshap, China 

1050 Washirgtonst 

615 Golden G.ite ave 

2218 20th St. - -v.:--—... 

Medical Dept. Honolulu, T.H 

Elmira 



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I 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 

DEPOSITS UNCLAIMED FOR MORE THAN TEN YEARS— Continued 

As of January 1,1929 
The Hibernia Savings and Loan Society, at San Francisco— Continued 



359 



Last known address 



Alive or dead 



Amount 



Ssfferovich, George 

Schneider. Mathias 

Sweeney, Daniel C -- 

Seaman ,S. S... 

Sears, Gtrrett , or Hannah . 
Schwer, Herman 



Seaver, Charles H., or Alice 

Steckler.GraceE., Helen Marie Riordan 

(minor) 

Stein, Max _ 

Simpson ,Anne 

Schmidt, Frances, or Joseph Fredinnick,__. 

Smith, Albert Bartlett 

Si I va, John Thomas 

Simmors, Elizabeth M 

Simon, Sslmar.. 

Smith, Francis G 

Singleton , Dan 

Spitzer , Purves E 

Silberberg.Miris _.- 

Schirman, Ralph J., M. D 

Splivalo.Wilna Marie (minor) 

Sisson , Cecil C 

Smith , Archibald R 

Smit h, John J.__ 

Smith, Walter 

Schoeiiborn , Anton J 

Scott, Henry 

Soelter, Harold A. (minor) 

Solman , Jack 

Sholz, Philomena 

Shorb, Mary Eleanor 

Stone , David 

Smoote , Harold C 

Schumacher , August 

Sullivan, Wi lliam A 

Scully, Thomas J 

Sturm ,Ch ^istian 

Skura ,John 

Sullivan, Helen M w.^---- 

Snyder , John ... , 



Taylor, Mary E., or Mary I. 

Tatro,FrankJ 

Traynor , Mary 

Taylor, Horace R 

Taylor, Lawrence G 

Taylor, George E._ 

Triangle Company, Inc 

Terwilliger,Mrs.A 

Trihey , John Francis 

Trigg, William H 

Tobin , Mary 

Todd, David R 

Troy, P.itrick; 

Tomanovioh, Spire 

Twohig, Thomas E... 

Tortore, Angiolina,or Ottavio 

Thompson , Roy F... 

Thompson ,Sirrah 

Underwood, Thomas M., or Alice 

Uribe , Mercedes. 

Upright, Samuel , or Carrie . . 

Vint, David D 

Vidojevich , Nickolos 

Vigen , Edwend Adolph (.minor) 

Volarovic, George 

Von Seelen, Herman 

Von Adelung, Edward, or Edward B. 

(minor) 

Walsh, Mary B 

Watkins, Alonzo A., or Mabel A 

Walsh , James 

Wafer, George P » _ 

Wayland , Jennie L._ 

Wallev, Ambrose S 

Wallace, Carl J .__.. ._._._. 

Wanake, Gertrude, or Martin F. (minor). 



523 Natoma st 

115 Clayton st 

IHOBroderickst 

612 Clement St.. 

1211i^iFst.,Sausalito.. 

c/o Standard Oi 1 Co. , of N. Y. , Tientsen, 
China 

1125 Magnolia st., Oakland.. 

570 Guerrerost., 2548 McAUisterst 

Box 51, Vallejo 

1812 Van Ness ave 

1696 Howard st 

U.S.S. Preble 

Pinole 

553 Ceda r ave 

2506V, California St.. 

U. S.S.Jupiter 

Releil Home 

5031 Nationalave.,W. Allis.Wis 

70th Co. C. A. C, Ft. Mills, P. I 

825 Van Nessave 

Unknown 

21st Co. C. A. C, Ft. Mills, P. L.. 

873 McAUisterst . 

1450 Anzast 

Co. D, 15th Inf., Tientsin, China........ 

Main House, 614 Kearny st 

9 8thst 

1114 Union st 

1120-BTurkst 

284 Sunnyside ave 

2723 Pacific ave 

1138 Golden Gate ave 

llthCo. C.A. C.,Ft.Frank,P.I 

5383^ Jessie st 

466 Clementinas t 

1280 Union st 

3081 16th st 

Bat. E, 4th F. A., Carazal, P. C. Zone 

2007Pacificave 

1st Inf. , Machine Gun Co., Schofield Bar- 
racks, T. H . _.:....._.. 

1806 I St., Sacramento 

U. S. S.Galveston 

1231 Magnolia st., Oakland 

510 Battery st... 

Co. B, Ist Inf., Schofield Barracks, T. H. 

Co. D,2dInf.,F£.Shafter,T. H 

316 Bush st 

San Andreas, Calaveras County 

U.S.S. Siratoga- 

U. S.S.Denver ,.. 

1314 Geary St.- 

Austin , Nevada 

153 Vicksburg st 

1952 Post st 

18 Washburrst 

550 43d St., Oakland 

3d Eng. Co. B, Ft. McKinley, P. I 

1108 Elm ave :... 

1912-A McAUisterst 

1120 Powell St.- .... 

2068 Sutter st . 

1753 Finest ... 

1733 McAUisterst 

3915Folsomst 

Woodside.San Mateo County 

4042 18th st 

407 29th St., Oakland 

581 Haywards ave.,SanLeandro 

1302 Laguna st 

1736 Hearst ave., Berkeley 

20 Prospect ave 

2115 Gran t s t., Berkeley 

Mayfield '. 

70th Co. C. A. C, Ft. Mills, P. I 

564 Mississippi st 



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13 22 


13 53 


20 23 


14 60 


16 77 


13 73 


16 99 


25 11 


12 01 


22 20 


19 78 


14 90 


40 89 


23 36 


10 22 


17 44 


18 74 


19 52 


37 25 


47 00 


11 78 


30 12 


14 19 


30 88 


15 71 


21 08 


12 76 


14 27 


15 58 


42 98 


16 08 


23 28 


14 78 


14 23 


14 13 


15 18 


12 00 


22 06 


15 00 


45 02 


13 68 


11 57 


12 42 


17 06 


46 55 


21 05 


15 28 


18 57 


15 73 


25 51 


14 32 


15 42 


33 61 


12 60 


16 54 


14 66 


20 70 


12 90 


32 63 


10 77 


21 60 


49 42 


47 00 


11 03 


36 50 


11 60 


15 24 


16 58 


16 95 


18 10 


10 54 


14 90 


33 71 



860 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



DEPOSITS UNCLAIMED FOR MORE THAN TEN YEARS— Continued 

Asof January 1,1929 

The Hibernia Savings and Loan Society, at San Francisco— Continued 



Name 



Last known address 



Alive or dead 


Amount 


Dead 


S12 97 


Unknown 


20 44 


Unknown 


18 04 


Unknown 


17 71 


Unknown _ 


25 31 


Dead 


23 31 


Dead- _ 


35 35 


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12 75 


Unknown 


14 19 


Unknown 


26 80 


Unknown 


12 50 


Unknown 


16 74 


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24 62 


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19 12 


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10 15 


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12 24 


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30 03 


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18 26 


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15 02 


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19 87 


Unknown 


12 21 


John, dead 


28 53 


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15 62 


Unknown 


23 32 


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14 59 


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10 17 


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44 22 


11 74 


15 31 


16 77 


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16 56 


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46 39 


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35 33 


$14,095 96 



WhaIen,Hannora,orMalachy.. 

Wheeler , Richard R 

Welch, El izabeth, or Edward - 

West, Walter R... 

Weiler, William 

Williams, George _ 

Wise, Isadore H 

Wilson , James 

Williams , Reuben, J.. 

Williams, John 

Wilcox, Wm. D 

Wright, John 

Williamson , John R.. 

Wilkens, Johanna. 

Wickson, Mary E 

Wright , Jack. 

Wickham, Norman H 

Wilkes, Elizabeth, or Mary (minor) 

Wise, John E 

Whitelaw , Margaret 

Wilson , James, Jr 

Wilson, John Lewis, or Richard Theodore 

(minor) 

Wilson, Mary B., or Nora May (minor)... 

Woelffel, George A., M.D 

Worster ,Clarence Arthur _ 

Worix, Isabella 

Wolborsky , Wolf 

Yanowsky , Luisa 

Zadorkin, Mike 

Zimmerman , Ada 

Zielinski, John 

Zolna, Ladislaus G 

Zussman , Samuel, or Edmond 



232 Diamond st 

Torres .Sonora, Mexico 

648 Ash ave... 

408 London st 

120 11th 8t 

948 San Brunoave 

1273 0'rarrellst 

c/o Union OilCo., Mariposa 

Co. F, 15th Inf., Camp Eldridge, Los 

Banos.P. I 

716 Florida St.. 

205Fillmorcst 

Standard 

U.S. S.Barry 

1257 McAllisterst 

2726 Col lege ave., Berkeley 

2d Co. C. A. C, Ft. Ruger.T. H 

U. S. M. C, U. S. S. Helena 

634Powellst. 

Cpl., Co. I, 31st Inf., Ft. McKinley, P.L 

2313 Websterst 

Co. F, 15th Inf. , Tientsin , China 

Napa 

35 28th3t 

Willits _ 

U. S. S. Colorado 

Box 209, Manila, P. I 

1109 McAllisterst _ 

Mazatlan, Mexico 

871 Rhodelslandst 

2003 16th st 

Co. G, 8th Inf., Ft. Wm. McKinley, P.I. 

U. S. S. Dale.. 

1411 Scott st 



The San Francisco Bank, at San Francisco 



Ackers, Sidney 

Airey, H. J 

Anderson, Guetaf. 

Anderson, Lars Alfred 

Anthony, Edward A 

Arnold, Chas. Aug., or Julianna. . 

Asiseln, Hermann 

Atherton, Elizabeth 

B?chman, Henry 

B..daiacco, Louis, or Chaiks 

Bahnsen, Cathrina 

Bare, Gustave, or Meyer Bare 

Beach,^ Virginia S 

Beechcr, Clyde 

Beycrle, Rupert 

Blyler, Laurene, tr. for Loraine... 

Bohm, Katharina •_ 

Bridgemar, Lillian 

Bridges, Clara 

Brown, Elmer F 

Bucking, Herman 

Bunker, Blanche G., or William L, 

Burns, Marj 

Buschini, Filippe 

Cassen, Henry C 

Cerny, Sobeslav 

Chi istiaiiBcn, L. P 

Clarke, Lillie E 

Collins, Annie 

Cor I'clly, John Jr., or Marcia C... 

Connor, John S 

Cordt, John Ludwig Edward 

Costartini, Stanislav 

Craig, Grace 

Crawford, Mary F 

Cunningham, Stanley A 



S. S. Benicia... 

2307 Jackson st 

311 Bacon St., San Pedro.. 

508 Pacific st._ 

407 Commercial st 

1001 Bridge St., Oakland.. 

Yountville. 

2448 Folpom st... 

Sonoma , 

1615}^ Leavenworth st , 

3025 26th st , 

518 Grove St., or 129 Montgomery st.. 

1123Steirtr8t 

289 Lilly ave 

Sailrrs Union 

c/o Plaza Hotel, Beaumont, Texas 

443 Linden ave 

3672 17th st 

823 Turk St.. 

Redwood City 

658 J4 Bryant st 

9 South Park.. 

2630Hayetst 

1322^ Ke?rny st 

628 Montgomery st 

Unknown 

28 Heron st 

937 Guerrerc st 

St. Ives Hotel, Eddy and Larkin sta... 

794 Lyon st.... 

2323 Sacramento st 

Colton Hotel. 3d st... 

Ill O'Farrellst 

230 Judahst 

828 California st... 

Str. Rodondo 



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19 16 
42 49 
46 39 

14 76 
31 60 

3,403 09 

21 56 

453 06 

23 39 

23 64 

12 24 
11 47 

128 39 
34 48 

15 42 

27 59 

10 94 
167 29 

18 63 

11 66 

19 30 
10 11 
15 57 

904 25 
15 61 

13 21 
40 84 
21 53 

10 56 
134 87 

15 90 
25 62 

11 46 

28 41 

24 98 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



361 



DEPOSITS UNCLAIMED FOR MORE THAN TEN YEARS— Continued 

As of January 1, 192S 

The San Francisco Bank, at San Francisco — Continued 



Name 



Last known address 



Alive or dead 



Amount 



Day, Helen M , 

Denkewitz, Paul F 

Dickson, Joseph 

Dierin!;pr , Andreas 

Donovan, Eva A 

Drganc, Stefa n 

Dundon, Patrick F 

Duwenscc, Albert 

Eberle, William 

Edgar, Jos. S - 

Edwards, Mary E , 

Eldridge, Albert 

Engle, Louis - 

Erikson, Emil 

Eugenia s, Coiistantin , 

Eymard, Alexander, or Maria 

Falkenstein, Christian J , executor of the 

last will and testament of John R. 

Holmes, deceased 

Fatherland Corporation 

Feil, Augiista M. E 

Fenner, Marie 

Fisher, Bertram . 

Fitzgerald, Muriel M., trustee for Frances 

M. Wooley 

Forbes, Sophia H , 

Fos, Virginia 

Fox, Annie A 

Gardner, Fred A 

Glass, Fannie II 

Geist, Max 

Gerlich, Johan J. G 

Gertson, Lewis 

Giannini, Eugene -.. 

Glavinich, Anton, tr. for Mike Bogisich, 

deceased 

Gmeiner, Joseph, or Appollonia , 

Goldberg, Erailie.. , 

German, Mary J 

Graff, Albert E., or Mary H.... 

Graves, John L 

de Haan, Charles 

Hammond, Alice Mary 

Hansen, Hans G 

Hashageti, Chris... 

Hastrup, Edward H 

Hayden, John, or Sirah A 

Htrliehy, John 

Hermann, Johan 

Herrin, Virginia D 

Hewitt, H: ttie R 

Higgins, Frank 

Hinrick, Marie, tr. for Martha F. Scheid... 

Hoe, Mary 

Hoffkcn, Friedrich 

Huber, Matthias 

Hutterli, John 

Ichel, Is!dor_. 

Ingalls, Laura M., tr. for Marion 

Jacob, Wendell 

Jensen, Hannah _ 

Jensen, Hannah, guardian of the person 

and f state of Olof Robin Jensen, insane 

Jensen, Walter 

Jewell, Estelle M _ 

Johannsen, Niels 

Johansen, Christian 

Johnsen, Jacob K 

Kahl, Gustav 

Karkane, Hjalraar 

Kellv, Fannie E 

Kennedy, John F 

Kerrigan, Rita 

Killberg, PetOlsen.. 

Kirn, Eleanore 

Klappert, Conrad 

Kloss, Richard 

Koons, Mary, tr. for Frank 

Kraemer, Johan C 



1012 Divisadero st _ . - 

1149 Ellis st 

Vancover, B. C 

Escalle 

737 Harrison st 

1218 Mariposa st 

30 South Park 

233 4th st 

Cordova, Alaska 

San Quentir._ 

4030 Howard st 

40.58 18th st 

677 Dupont st 

241 Stcuartst 

1869 Divisadero st 

1068 Pacific st 

70 Hancock st - 

1123 Broadway, N. Y.... 

San Anselmo 

514 Hayes st 

2083 Bushst.. 

1541 California st... 

1761H Mission st— 

San Jose 

2017 Buchanan st 

2880 Vallejo st 

133 Geary st 

1100 Fell st 

271 East st 

1958Powellst 

219 Berlin st 

1620 Powell st 

14 Hawthorne st 

Unknown 

1663 FUbert st 

4C0Octaviast 

St. Helena 

E. 14th St., Oakland 

1016M Mission st... 

Benicia. _ 

2800 21st st 

Unknown 

525 7th st 

580 3d St., Oakland 

Colma 

562 Waller st 

15 Garit ave.. Grand Rapids, Mich 

131 Minna st 

215 Perry st 

1268 0'Farrellst 

613 2d St., San RafaeL... 

Stockton 

1206 Turk pi 

1432 Turk st 

c/o Margaret S. Keefe, 1305 Broadway 

Boulder Creek 

1736 Golden Gate ave 

1736 Golden Gate ave.. 

210 California st 

Pacific Grove 

532 Eureka St.. 

c/o Union Oil Company. 

314 Brannan st 

211 6th ave.- 

3151 15th st 

2195 Divisadero st 

117 Duboce ave 

409 Cheneryst 

Overland House 

1725 University ave., Berkeley 

137 Mission st 

227 Minna st 

178 10th St., Oakland 

816 Sansomest 



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1,496 97 
10 01 
17 93 
48 84 
171 94 
10 00 

1,850 44 
35 75 
34 60 
13 04 

2,883 04 
57 80 
126 73 
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23 03 

11 37 
151 08 

13 57 
349 02 

15 09 

16 21 

787 34 

33 73 

14 99 
14 60 
10 81 

333 74 

12 54 

10 47 

31 16 

26 91 

227 03 

23 88 

22 94 
1,059 92 

213 84 
351 84 
213 50 

11 96 

788 56 
19 94 

13 57 
43 26 

34 74 
37 51 

173 62 

79 04 
132 47 

80 57 
132 95 
142 66 

6,041 17 
11 71 
89 47 

6,320 89 

731 76 

24 01 

14 65 

23 93 
39 97 
13 61 
26 17 
73 97 
78 53 
11 68 
13 42 

275 07 

17 05 
527 96 

19 71 

11 82 

592 83 



362 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKS 



DEPOSITS UNCLAIMED FOR MORE THAN TEN YEARS— Continued 

As of January 1,1929 

The San Francisco Bank, at San Francisco — Continued 



Name 



Last known address 



Alive or dead 



Krohn, Paul 

Kruger, Carl 

Kuenzel, Elizabeth 

Kuster, Hugo 

Lake, Helen L 

Lange, Peter H ..- 

Larsen, Hans 

Lf rson, Carl A.., trustee for Shirley E 

Lassen, Marie C 

Lay. Bertha E 

Leeson, Eugepe 

Lehrberger, Catherine 

Lenellyr, Mary A 

Lewin, Anna R 

Lindberg, Peter 

Lindsay, Barbara E 

Lippolt, Bertha 

Lorenzo, Higinis 

Louget, Anselme, or Rosalie L 

Ludwig ,Kurt 

Lutz, Mary A., tr. for Amel'a A 

Lyttons, Edward *..-- 

Madden, Frances M., or Frark P 

Malcolm, Eleanor V 

Mannix, Julia 

Marchant, Herbert E 

Marti, Maria A. J -. 

Martin, Margaretha 

Martinetti, Peter. _ 

Marx, Elizabeth 

McCaffery, Elizabeth 

McKenzie, Isabelle, or Lizzie A 

McMullan, Rose 

Mickelsrn, Julius S 

Miller, John P --. 

Miller, Lewis E 

Mitchinson, Emma 

Morrisey, Sophia 

Morton, Janet 

Muhlenhaupt, Paul 

Muller, Louise - 

Muller, Casper 

Muiphy, Lawrence 

Murray, Geo 

Murray, Viola M., or John F 

Newberry, Mary A 

Nicholson, William 

Nilson, Axel J.- 

O'Brien, Henry D 

O'Grady. Maria - 

O'Hare, Sarah A., or Mary J. Couplard.. 

Oliver, Elizabeth L... 

Orthodox Catholic Brotherhood of St. In- 
nocent 

Ottoson, Andrew .- 

Perry, Abbie E. _ 

Person, Elina - 

Peters, Arth>ir_ - 

Petersen, Olav C 

Plise, Washington V 

Post, John -_. - 

Preggen, Henry 

Prosser, George 

Rausch , Franz 

Renner, Belle M. P.... 

Rey naud , Emma 

Richards, Jacob 

Rieble, Christian 

Robins, Caroline W 

Rose, Charles - 

Rose, Franz H 

llosenfeld, Josephine V 

Rossau, Carl J 

Rudolph, Conrad 

Salme, Martin 

Silostowitz, Frank 

Salzmaiin, Julius 

Samuel, Albert. 

Sanquinetti, S. J ,-.^.,,.. 



3124 Steiner st - 

3616 Leissst., Fruitvale 

317 Golden Gate ave.. --. 

44 Willow ave 

2214 Webster st 

146 Noe St.. 

4th and Channel sts... 

131C 4th ave.. East Oakland 

General Hospital, Presidio.. 

121 Sherman st., Alameda 

Central Hotel, 3d st 

1311 Waller st 

145 12th st -. 

Shasta, Shasta County 

565 Jackson st 

2944 24th St.. 

511 Pacific ave 

Jamestown 

75 John st 

Elk, Mendocino County 

3237 Mission st 

712 Montgomery st... 

840 Ve'iice ave., Los Angeles 

519 Ashbury st 

230 Montgomery st 

Presidio Post Exchange 

79 Shipley st 

2510 Bush st... 

602 California st 

1203 0'Farrellst 

250 Locust ave 

1339 Winfield st., Los Angeles 

Lick House, 5th and Mission sts — 

554 Harrison st 

Mill Valley.... 

507 6th st --. 

1422 Steiner st 

74 Bernal ave -. 

280 San Jose ave 

Tiburon 

27 Dolores st - 

Napa 

Fell and Fillmtrests -. 

Brooklyn Hotel 

163 4th St.... 

1605 Turk St.. 

784H Harriscn st... 

c/o Sjilors Union.. 

1C9 Noriega st 

Virginia City, Nevada. 

2414 Hyde st 

2107 Woolsey st 

1715 Powell St.- 

General Delivery, Portland, Oregon 

Oletn, .\mador County 

667 Waller St. 

Fairmont Hotel 

844 Sh( twell st -. 

1641 Howard st 

Mechmies Office, West Oakland — 

2212 Powell sf 

38 Silver st 

Park Hotel, Turk st 

25 Parnassu.s ave... — 

1732 Broadwav - 

543-B Frederick st 

1057 Howard st 

1805 8th ave.. East Oakland 

179 Minna st - 

4120-A 24th st 

1640 Washington st 

300 Railroad ave 

647 Gough st 

San Rafael 

White Palace Hotel. 

715 Pacific st 

317 Leavenworth st 

St. Michael, Alaska 



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REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



363 



DEPOSITS UNCLAIMED FOR MORE THAN TEN YEARS— Continued 

Asof January 1,1929 

The San Francisco Banl<, at San Francisco— Continued 



Name 



Last known address 



Alive or dead 



Amount 



Schaefcr, Henricttc F 

Schcefer, Ulrilce, or Paul W. Kriske 

Schernstciii, Frank C 

Schmidt .Kathe 

Schmidt, Paul F 

Schubert, Berman. 

Schulz, Albert, or Theresa - 

Schumacher Oskar 

Schwagerman, Charles 

Schwartan, Rudolf 

Schwartz, Carl 

Schwarz, Jchn 

Schwarze, Charles J 

Scott, Harriet R 

Seidel, Wilhelm- 

Shaner,Inza E. W 

Shaughnessy, Francis 0., or Marie--. 

Shaw. Cora Elizza 

Shea, Maude 

Silverman, Christie 

Simank, Hen ry 

Simonis, Marya 

Sinnott, Patrick 

Solomo n, Isaac 

Stewart, Johanna 

Sundgren, S. N 

Sutor, Martin 

Swartz, Paul A 

Swift, Patrick 

Taylor, Mary 

Teply, Jacob, or Anna E. A 

Thompson, James 

Tobin, Ajuiie S. or Alfred A 

Twombly, Margaret 

Von R'listen, Clans 

Wahlstrom. Marie 

Waterman, Emma L 

Weiman, Frank, or Margaret 

Whytlaw, Alexander H 

Wilkens, Joseph 

Wilson, Sirah, or Isabella Wilson. ... 

Winters, Emma 

Wohlers, Hinrich 

Yehl, Maud 

Allgemeiner Deutscher Sprachvevein 

Birney, Edward L., administrator with the 
will annexed, of the estate of Catherine 

Birney, deceased, and F. P. Otis 

Brainerd, Erastus 

Bohns, Louis, or Enima 

Caldwell, Mattie A 

Coult, Ella A 

Crooks, J. J., trustee- 

Crosby, William. 

Davis, Jeanne 

Dirks, Henry, Jr 

Dumbacher, Otto C 

Dyer, Harold P., or Eliz. R 

Elsworth, Frederick 

Fox, Volney L 

Geary, John Patrick- 

Goldsmith, Henry L 

Green, Arthur A.- 

Grohs, F. P 

Hansen, Harry 

Hayes, Anna G 

Hill, John E 

Houlder,Fred 

Howard, Adeline M 

Hubbard, Wm. E., or Hilda A 

McMullen, Rockwell 

Miles, Ada 

Olcnder, Julius . 

Parker, Alpheus L., ol- George M 

Pearne, Annette 

Piekenbrock, Ewald 

Randall, George F 

Reggio, Louisa 

Rock, John P... 



1926 Bush St 

352 Cappst.-- 

San Rafael-- 

2712 Webster St 

Ohio House, Placerville 

635 Broadway 

Concord _ 

764K' Folsom st 

131 Chestnutst 

391 Ellis St 

139 Clara ave 

2337 Howard st 

Healdsburg 

628 Merchant Exchange Bldg.- 

19 30th st 

Bloomfield, Sonoma County 

2859Folsomst 

Jackson 

4040 17th st 

Kodiak, Alaska 

6th and Folsom sts 

580 San Bruno ave 

91 Stewart st 

161 3d St., Oakland 

Y. W. C. A 

320 Drum st 

629 Clay st 

Auburn, Placer County 

Ha\Tvards 

7 29th ave.--.. 

Unkm wn 

Veterans Home, Yountville 

1300 Golden Gate ave 

31Tildenst 

1101 Clay st 

MillValley 

Calistoga 

1342 Pacific st --, 

2507 Pine St.... -., 

933 Webster st 

Concord 

651 Shot-well St.. 

130Haightst 

1913-A Ellis st 

3032 Brook St., Oakland 



Sonora... 

c/o The Call 

Mokelumne Hill 

1319 Lyonst 

2725 Pacific ave... 

Bohemian Club 

Livermore 

1320Tavlorst.-.. 

89 Vesta Way, Seattle, Wash.. 

Si Iver City, Nevada 

Saratoga. -- 

225 Fiercest... 

French Gulch 

Point Reyes 

908 Market st 

1731 Sutter st 

Langells Valley, Oregon 

Lundy, Mono County. ., 

440 Eddy st 

Burlingame 

Brieeland, Humboldt County. 

12 Laurel pi., San Rafael 

444 Natoma st 

Ft. Bragg 

17C3lleOrienteNo. 2....... 

2225 Sutterst 

Puente 

2411 Telegraph ave., Oakland. 

c/o Cafe Odeon 

Oakland 

Long Beach 

228 Montgomery st 



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930 57 

12 84 

17 08 

13 54 

82 48 
263 20 

12 73 
10 93 

18 23 

13 15 
28 71 
63 42 
16 25 
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12 28 
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15 96 

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30 02 

284 10 

83 63 

13 55 
7,456 37 

22 67 
789 60 

25 32 

534 66 

12 16 

10 60 
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11 27 

14 77 

23 17 

12 92 

15 71 
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12 52 
59 58 

6,138 13 
19 32 
19 65 

10 81 
85 75 
48 21 
12 72 
18 59 
42 41 

11 03 

12 82 
73 75 
15 02 
10 00 
17 42 



364 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



DEPOSITS UNCLAIMED FOR MORE THAN TEN YEARS— Continued 

As of January 1, 1929 

The San Francisco Bank, at San Francisco— Continued 



Name 



Last known address 



Alive or dead 



Amount 



Rusk, Jos. A 

Schutte, Peter 

Snyder, Elizabeth 

Sugg. Neilie, or Melpomene. 

Utz, EualalieM... 

Wagner, Curt W 

Waterman, Sarah E 

Willard, C L., Jr 

Wrinkle, Sarah C. F.. 



Mission Branch 

Adams, Hazel H., or Ralph H 

Boardway, Clarence A 

Burkhardt, Edward 

Crowley, Adele W., tr. for John J., Jr 

Donahue, Timothy 

Eby, Aaron, or Jannie 

Ehler, Peter M., or Anna 

Finn, Catherine 

Goellert, K. Jcsephine... 

Grunwald, Victor 

Hickey, Hannah.. 

Holdener, Joseph 

Kritcher, Arthur.. 

Larsen, Lars C 

Leiser, John L., adm. of the estate of 

Victorine Ernst, deceased 

Loscher, Albert P 

Lyons, Edward J 

Miller, William 

Murphy, Bartholomew 

Strouse, Emilie 

Weiss' Max 



Park Presidio Branch 

Arata, Louise 

Baily, Mary F.. 

Logan, Daniel F 

Burns, Marie, tr. for Clarence R 

Chester, Minnie 

Ashcraft, Marion E., tr. f r Eva M 

Boyden, Ruth, treas., Willing Workers 

Wallace, Laura 



Haighf Street Branch 

Cadwalader, Dallas I 

Callanan, John F... 

Fredricksrn, Ida 

Grass, Adeline 

Jermeland, Mary E 

Kent, Clara J 

Kirschner, Joseph E 

McQuaide, Emma L 

Maussang, Pauline M. A., or Lydia Masci- 

orini 

Palmer, Alice H 

Shea, Nora. 

Small, Blanche C, tr. for Helen A 

Stranger, Winifred 

Werner, Johanna 



466 Brannpn st 

Colton House, 3d st 

San Andreas 

Sonora, Tuohunne County. 

1633 Lombard st 

Los Banos. 

Calistoga 

Etna Mills 

Keeler, Inyo County 



348122dst 

2745 Mission st 

2020 Howard st 

254 Sar Jose ave 

2706-A Mission st.... 

3376 Mission st 

1724 Sanchez st 

1539 Treat ave 

2910 Howard st 

460 Perry st 

1590 Broadway 

1470 San Bruno ave.. 

2810 Mission st 

207 Anderson st 



219 Banket 

c/o St. Luke's HospitaL 

457 Guerrero st 

49 Park st 

2960 24th st 

2412 Pacific ave 

963 York st 



126 5th ave 

310 12th ave., 63 Ford st.. 

226 12th ave 

4120 Geary st 

5736 Geary st 

775 7th ave., 506 8th St.... 

761 6th ave 

5307 California st 



407Coiest.... 

140 Downey st 

604 living st 

70 Lkydst 

123 N. E St., San Mateo. 

924 Pagest 

17 Belvedere st 

1002 Masonic ave 



1248 Waller st., 1885 Page st... 

1241 gthave 

221 Colest 

167 Delmar st 

1243 University ave., Berkeley. 
719 Lincoln Way 



Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 



Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknowr . 
Unknown. 

UrJinown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 



Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 



Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unkn. wn. 
Unknown. 
Uidsnown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 

Unknown - 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 



Total - 



$17 81 
10 37 

561 82 
25 75 
14 43 
22 06 
10 04 
40 74 
17 64 



10 03 
9 07 
16 88 
80 74 
89 70 
156 65 
15 27 
18 15 

1,646 55 
57 04 
15 60 

1,889 27 
13 08 
12 41 

385 49 

10 24 
18 81 
64 18 
33 53 

11 33 
10 95 



10 62 

11 91 
13 68 
15 23 
38 91 
1' 16 
15 17 
10 41 



19 47 
10 86 
10 14 
86 04 
250 25 
25 03 
15 24 
13 24 

10 63 
41 22 

386 88 
45 81 
13 94 

878 91 

S78,916 75 



Wells Fargo Bank and Union Trust Company of San Francisco, at San Francisco 



Adams, E. L 

Aetna Realty Co 

Ahern, Mrs. Mayme 

Beardslec. A. 0. and R. L 

Bent, Justin W 

Blackburn, John.. 

Breckenridge, John C 

Brown, Mrs. Herbert F 

California Association of Auditors and 

Accountants of Public Utilities 

California Mail Order House 



Unknown 

Room 418, 163 Sutter st 

Sonort 

737 Bush st 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

57 Post St., Room 504.- 
24 Main st 



Unknown, 
Unknown, 
Unknown, 
Unknown, 
Unknown, 
Unknown, 
Unknown, 
Dead 

Unknown, 
Unkrown, 



$134 63 
38 84 
197 69 
30 80 
33 60 
405 80 
43 88 
60 42 

236 50 
109.56 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



365 



DEPOSITS UNCLAIMED FOR MORE THAN TEN YEARS— Continued 

Asof January 1,1929 
Wells Fargo Bank and Union Trust Company, at San Francisco — Continued 



Name 



Last Icnown address 



Alive or dead 



Amount 



Calhoon, W. T 

Chabrier, Miss Marie. _ 

Charleston Relief Fund 

Cohn, Henry 

Colonial Trust and savings Bank, Chicago. 

Coneta Mining Co 

Cosmos Club 

Custerd, John 

Dashwood, E. S... 

Donnelly, Joseph S 

Douglass, Sholto 

Freedman, Eunice 

Garden Ranch Geld Dredging Co 

Gardner, Thomas 

Gardner, H. Y. and Co 

Garnett, J. S., and / or M. S.. 

Gas and Electric Sales Co 

Gedge, N. E 

Gehrman, Mrs. Susan Lawrence 

Great Western Ore Purchasing and Reduc- 
tion Co 

Haffen, N. C 

Hagarty, Edward 

Hansen and Johnson, Inc 

Harband, S 



I 



k 



Harrell, Mrs. Louise 

Harrison, Miss Gladys 

Hauptman, S. M 

Helms, G. L 

Hirst Gold Mining Co 

Jenne, Mrs. D. E 

Kennedy, M. S 

Lloyd, F. B., or Genevieve 

Lockhart, Jane 

Mayer. L M. (attached) 

Maxwell, George 

Metropolitan Warehouse Co 

Millan Hjos. R., Sues 

Mutual iUining and Investment Co .. 

National Manufacturing Co 

Nathan, Mrs. Pauline, executrix 

Northern Oj'ster Co 

Oak Hill Mining Co 

Oliphant, John C 

Peterson, F. M 

Plymouth Rook Mine 

PuUiam, R. E 

Reeves, Al 

Robinson, E. B 

San Francisco Call 

Scheiner and Co 

Seaman, James 

Sittenfeld, Oscar 

Stack, Orin Allen.. 

Stolnaker, H. M 

Lllrich, Adolph 

Ware, John H 

Watson, Mark S 

Weightman, J. W 

Williamson , H. (attached) 

Allen, Dr. B. SpregU 

Assocated Mining and Development Co.. 

Brun, B. J 

Chester, Theo. W.. .... 

Coast Publishers Supply Co 

Cooley, HollisE 

Depositors Association cf California 

Dornham, Mrs. Henry 

Earl, L., or F.. 

Hamilton, Leila 

Merchants Creditors Committee 

Mono Lake Oil and Mining Co 

Moss, Joseph M 

Newbauer, Belle 

Reitneprac, George 

Salfield, David 

Sless, Bertha G 

Stencel, Karl 



2066 Golden Gate ave 

Unknown 

Unknown 

1235 McAllister st 

Chicago, Illinois 

223 Cappst.... 

MillValley 

Sheepranch 

Hotel Granada.-. 

28th Co., Angel Island 

420 10th St 

2948 California st 

268 Market st 

Unknown 

Unknown 

433 Brannanst 

441 Sutter st 

Palace Hotel 

579 Walsworth ave., Oakland. 



Pacific Grove 

682 Mission st 

2128 Van Ness ave 

137 Stewart st 

c/o Sinta Clara Valley Meat Co., Evans 

and Railroad ave 

940 Pacific ave., Alameda 

621 Taylor st 

Unknown 

Mojave 

Unknown 

1111 Jones st 

Unknown 

First National Bank Bldg 

Chateau Bohlig, Pine and Powell sts 

Duncan Mills 

Unknown 

Front and Battery sts... 

Mszatlan, Mexico 

c/o R. D. McElroy, secy., Phelan Bldg... 

122 Market st 

150 Clark dr., San Mateo 

10 Eddy st 

967 Howard st 

Unknown 

506 Battery St.... 

Milton. 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

San Francisco , 

4800 California st 

c/o Soldiers' Home, Los Angeles 

San Jose, Costa Rica 

Fairmont Hotel 

3639 25th st 

353 Van Ness ave 

307 Monadnock Bldg 

Unknown ., 

Unknown.. 

612 Clay St.. 

Unknown 

Unknown... , 

Hotel Richlieu 

504 Exposition Bldg 

HobartBldg 

Olympic Club 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Fairmont Hotel 

Unknown 

521 West Bank Bldg... 

1901 B St. N. W., Washington, D. C... 

Unknown 

Unknown 

1105 Golden Gate ave 

320 Sansome st 

Unknown 



Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown - 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown- 
Unknown. 
Unknown - 
Unkncwn- 
Unknown. 



Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 

Dead 

Unknown. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown., 
Unknown. 
Unknown- 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unkncwn. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 



S400 00 
36 97 
79 82 
31 67 
31 67 
48 34 
39 02 
192 99 

81 27 
87 50 
41 18 

34 53 

50 84 

72 94 
243 06 

P9 10 
26 59 
52 25 
26 11 

344 89 

59 95 
39 79 

28 % 

26 20 

29 23 
94 50 

73 97 
109 99 

41 97 
38 27 
44 02 

27 76 

47 67 
174 36 
156 99 

38 80 

43 49 

464 37 

60 49 
38 50 
60 66 
75 09 

306 31 

48 28 

27 67 

51 77 
29 07 

137 65 

35 51 

82 77 
98 98 

698 50 
59 49 

28 90 

38 50 
64 58 

139 65 
28 89 

39 47 

36 65 
14 07 

31 34 
64 66 

329 80 

100 97 

319 21 

14 64 

32 05 

52 59 
35 47 

117 40 
199 55 
120 12 
235 20 
35 00 
56 50 
13 90 



366 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



DEPOSITS UNCLAIMED FOR MORE THAN TEN YEARS— Continued 

Asof January 1,1929 
Wells Fargo Bank and Union Trust Company, at San Francisco— Continued 



Name 



Last known addreBS 



Alive or dead 



West, G. B. orMrs. G. B... 

Western Hoarts of the World Co... 

■ Worden, Chas 

Union Trust Office— Savings Department 

Abond, Sarah 

Aherns, A. N 

Asvielle, Antonio_ 

Arimoto, Maik 

Baltz, Sarah, tr. Chas. B. and Joseph A. 

Kash 

Bavills, May 

Baruh, Marcus M 

Batinish, Pete 

Baumann, Eng 

Belavance, Herman 

Bell, Frank 

Beresford, Russ 1 

Bernard, S. J 

Black, Frances 

Bogart, Adeline E 

Bornford, Lydia 

Bower, A. V 

Brown, Herbert F 

Brown, May 

Brunernann, Fred R., gdn. of Ray 

Buerkle, Wm., or Exa 

Bunker, John L 

Byrnes, Ruth 

Canzio, Carlo 

Cavagnaro, Louis 

Cerf, Hazel B., trustee Dorothy W 

Chelos, Georges 

Choice, H. M 

Clark, C. L., trustee, Emma B 

Close, Maiy 

Coombs, Wm. B 

Craig, Jennie 

Cronin, Denis 

Crowley, T. J 

Cullicott, Henry 

Curtiss, Geo. P 

Dexner, John 

Dolan, Timothy, or Mary Ann 

Doran, Margaret E 

Edgar, Richard 

Edgerton, Mrs. Robt. H 

EpGtein, Louise 

Fairfield, Sadie F., or Marshall 

Fisher, Bertram 

Fleisig, G. L 

Friedlander,Jennie,tr. for Frank Nieto Fox 

FritBch, Fred 

Gardner, Charlie 

Geisendorfer, Rayner 

Gienty, Julia 

Goddard, Alfred.-.. 

Gollier, L 

Goldsmith, Hyman 

Goodwin, Cornelia H., gdn. for Alice H 

Gould, Mrs. B. J., trustee for Marie C 

Hamilton, Robert 

Hansen, Bertha.. 

Hart, Charles E.. 

Hart, Estelle.. 

Hawes, M. J., trustee for Eileen and John- 

Haynes, A. E 

Henning, John. 

Henslcy, A. H.. 

Hertzig, Adolph 

Hobbs, Mis. K..... 

Hcbsen, Antoinette, trustee 

Hughes, Thos. J 

Hughes, Wm. P 

Hyde, Geo. M 

Jackson, Ardeene 

Jackson, Lillian 

Johnson, Anna E... 

Johnson, Helen Daly... 



Unknown 

191 Golden Gate ave 

Unknown 

Unknown. 

Cloverdale 

120 Connecticut st 

504 Bush st 

4601 18th st 

Cla y , Sacramento County 

1812 Broad way 

207 Perry st 

Golden West Hotel 

1617 Pinest 

Lick House 

Unknown 

Unknown 

279 O'FarreU st... 

350 Buchinan 

General Delivery. 

Unknown 

912 Phelan Bldg 

933 Scott st 

1441 Green st 

c/c U. S. War Dept., Washington, D. C 

Unknown 

1575 Oak St.. 

Costa Nava House, Pacific st 

2119 Powell st 

3942 Wa&hingtm st 

2827 Mission st 

Spokane, Wash 

1283 nth ave 

2873 Folsomst.. 

Little River 

1177 Ellis st 

367 3d Bt 

772 Haightst 

Unknown 

656 Pacific st 

952K Howard st 

777 Haightst 

!;04 Eddy St., Apt. A 

1154 Market st 

Raymond 

Hotel Dorchester 

257Dorlandst 

1163 Pinest 

1306 W. 48th St. Los Angeles 

Hotel Richlieu 

113 Valley st 

514 Guerrero st 

Prosper, Oregon 

Schofield Barracks, Honolulu, T. H 

710 Howard st 

1104 East St., Stockton 

531 12th ave 

2004 Vallejo st 

3351 18th St.... 

Unknown 

3521 Porter sr., Oakland... 

897 Clayton st 

1304 49th ave ,... 

Unknown 

1217 Jones st 

9f'.2 McAllister st 

c/o Pacific Tel. and Tel. Co 

401 E. 12th St., Oakland 

374 5th st 

327 Parnassus ave 

3001 Benvenue ave., Berkeley 

1135 63d ave., Oakland 

Ross 

Hotel Dorchester 

Hotel Robbins- 

1591 Van Ness ave.. 

1751 Market st 



Unknown. 
Unknown- 
Unknown. 

Unknown. 
LTnknown. 
L'nknown. 
Unknown. 

Unknown- 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown- 
Unknown. 
U known. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknowu- 
Unknown- 
Unknown- 
Unknown- 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown- 
Unknown. 
Unknown- 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown - 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



367 



DEPOSITS UNCLAIMED FOR MORE THAN TEN YEARS— Continued 

Asof January 1,1929 
Wells Fargo Bank and Union Trust Company, at San Francisco— Continued 



List known address 



Alive or dead 



Amount 



Union Trust OfTce— Savings Department 
— Continued 

Keen, J. A., or Margaret 

Kline, Simon L 

Latour, Felix.. 

Leavell, Edward 

Levy, Henry 

Levy, Eva Getelson 

Littleton, T. 

Logan, Beulah C 

Long, Daniel W., tr Julia 

Lynch, P. B... 

Lyon, Jane C 

Malby, Dorothy A 

Manning, Mrs. J. E 

McGinn. Grace 

McNally, Catherine 

Merzbach, Eva 

Moloof, Zuelbi 

Montalbano, Guiseppe 

Moss, Lucy 

Murphy, James E 

Musser, John E 

Nye, Charles I 

Olsen, W 

Osborn, E. T 

O'Sullivan, EUen E 

Pearne, Gladys E 

Purceil, Sam 

Reed, Gertrude 

Reese Mrs. Delorah 

Reiss, Wm., or Stephanie 

Rochat, Louisa 

Rogers, Frances Taylor 

Rostede, H., trustee for Jos. E. K. Gillete 

Routsong, J 

Rowald, W. F., trustee for Myrtle 

Rutherford, E.H...: 

Sargent, E. H 

Sawj'er, Anna L 

Sawj'er, Delia 

Baylor, B. F., Jr 

Selik, John 

Shattucic, Emma W 

Shellaby, Pansy E 

Sheridan Frank S., adm., estate of Henri- 
etta G 

S'osson, Margarethe, trustee for Albert E. 

Speetzcn, A. L., or E sie D 

Sutro, Anna 

Smith, Mrs. N. M 

Tap?. Robert D 

Tappan, Ernest S 

Tenda'l, Ben 

Thornton, Allie 

Thorp, De: la 

Toney, G... 

Tribolet, E'ena 

Viiiain, Fannie, or Albert J 

Walker, Sophie 

Waters, C. W 

Wende', A 

Werr er, Johanna 

Western Mutual Oil Co 

Wi bur. Glen A 

Williams, Mrs J. W 

Wi'liams, N. W.. 

Williams, Theresa 

Wise, Abe 

Yberri Rcsa M. H 

Zaichek, Dr. Otto 

Zoberbier, Frances 



Total. 



1670 Fulton st 

Unknown 

405 California st 

553 Mission st 

Unknown 

952 Sutter st 

18th and Mississippi st 

Chicago 

3 Wellington ave., San Anselmo. 

P.O. Box 622, Oakland 

1726 Erie ave., PhUa., Pa 

421 Leavenworth st 

Chico 

1162 Jackson st 

2537 Van N..SS ave 

3005 Jackson st 

1723 Lombard st 

409 Grove st 

216 Frederick st 

Mission and 2d sts 

1254 Larkin st 

915 Fiercest 

c/o Siilors Union 

519 California st 

Unknown 

429 Euclid ave., Oakland 

Unkmwn 

c/o White House 

1480 Sutter st 

587-A Dolores st 

1122 Stanyan St.. 

P.O. Station No. 6, Oakland.... 

General Delivery 

Santa Barbara 

Burlingame 

o/o Davis Bros., 25 Kearny st.. 

Detroit, Mich 

3952 S.icramento st ., 

Hotel Dale- 

French Gidch 

Quincy 

52 Carmelitast 

2306 Lake st 



Redding 

1896 Geary st 

1144 Larkin st 

Unknown 

2446 California st 

Mani a, P. I 

88 Cedar st., Roxbury, Mass.. 

3388Cayst 

1208 Divisadero st 

808 Eddy st 

Genera! Delivery 

258 Sunnyside ave 

251 Hamilton ave., Palo Alto. 

2939 Clay st 

1005 Powell st 

587 Fulton St.... 

450 6th st 

Unknown 

2814 Webster st 

Sierra City 

Cast'e Springs 

2505 Pacific ave 

700O'Farrell8t.... 

1996 Bush 3t 

Hotel Monroe... 

1247 Waller st 



Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown- 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unkn wn. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
■Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown., 
Unknown.. 
Unknown. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Uidinown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown. . 
Urknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 

Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unkmwn.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 
Unknown.. 



$17 81 

18 52 
287 32 
234 69 

30 24 

69 89 
1,323 34 

72 02 
20 77 
64 34 

13 59 
20 36 
60 19 

19 67 

16 99 
29 34 
15 77 
35 40 
72 52 

25 61 
188 57 
130 46 
130 42 

70 56 
62 14 
10 32 
12 25 
94 67 

15 39 
502 91 

27 14 

22 56 
n 96 
34 57 
58 73 
19 68 

23 80 
387 80 

77 36 
34 33 

1,798 23 
40 92 

17 21 

46 18 
12 54 
19 00 

113 83 
42 90 

•21 07 
48 03 

26 79 

78 62 
17 46 

1,582 77 

16 55 
168 01 

46 01 
12 96 

17 08 

14 67 
849 13 

47 55 

12 60 

13 49 
7 57 
50 32 

907 13 
16 56 
47 94 

$58,682 56 



368 



REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



DEPOSITS UNCLAIMED FOR MORE THAN TEN YEARS— Continued 

Asof January 1, 1929 

The Yokohama Specie Bank, Ltd., at San Francisco 



Name 


Last known address 


Alive or dead 


Amount 


Ikegami, Y 


Unknown.- 


Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 


$61 90 




109 41 




Unknown 


200 00 


Johnson, Mrs. F. 


38 41 


Matsumaru, K .. .. 


Unknown. ._ 


101 00 


Nakanishi, R 


Unknown 


51 00 






16 81 


Waki, K. . 




94 95 










$673 48 



First Savings Bank, at San Jacinto 



Buck, ThelmaC. 
Buck, Phillip G... 
Elliott, Mrs. A. C. 
Pourroy, Pierre A. 
Spanghl, Emma... 
Williamson, W. L. 



Murrietta.. 
Murrietta.. 
San Jacinto 
Winchester. 
San Jacinto 
San Jacinto 



Alive 


$532 15 
533 46 


Unknown 

Alive .. 


84 04 
20 01 


Unknown 

Unknown 


25 97 
12 52 



$1,208 15 



Bank of San Pedro, at San Pedro 



Arcomeni, Nicolo 


Sin Pedro 


Unblown 

Dead 


$39 79 


Corbett, J. A 




10 97 




San Pedro. 


Unknown 

Dead 


45 53 


Fette, Margai et D. . . 


Sjn Pedro 


62 30 


Hazin, Wm. . 


Sai Pedro.. 


Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 


60 00 


Madsen, R. B 


San Pedro 


25 00 






45 00 










$288 59 



Bank of San Rafael, at San Rafael 



Brill, Aljeo H.... 


Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 


Unknown. 

Unknown 

Unknown 


$37 58 
U 16 


McPherson, N. A. 


32 53 








$81 27 



Peoples Savings Bank, at Santa Cruz 








714 22d St., San Francisco 


Unknown 

Dead 


120 27 




Plaza Grocery .. 


12 85 




Felton 


Dead 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Dead 


147 42 






179 82 






81 44 






26 29 


Rossiter, Ernestine Shirer, by Mrs. E. R. 
Jacob 


56Kirby St 


Unknown 


21 56 










$489 65 



Santa Cruz Bank of Savings and Loan, at Santa Cruz 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



369 



DEPOSITS UNCLAIMED FOR MORE THAN TEN YEARS— Continued 

As of January 1, 1929 

Sebastopol Savings Bank, at Sebastopol 



Last known address 



Alive or dead 



Amount 



Bertolini, Julia, or Christopher 

Collins, J. L 

Rauch, Alice U.. 

Singh, Channon 

Talbot, John Mayo 



Sebastopol 

Occidental 

Moccasin, Arizona 

Sebastopol 

c/o Dr. J. Talbot, Sebastopol 



Unknown, 
Unknown, 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 



$40 06 
12 04 

171 51 
16 85 
69 71 



$310 17 





Bank of Lassen County, at Susanville 






Meader, W. E 




Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 


$74 68 


Miller, Jno. D 




30 60 


Murry, Thomas 


Westwood 


520 20 












$625 48 



Bank of Alex Brown, at Walnut Grove 



Ferreira, Silvestre 

Jajiyama and Nakahara 

Johnson, W.T 

Morita, F... 

Murakawa, Y 

Nakahara, M 

Ono, K., No. 2 

Singh, Eiayara 

Tada, S 



Walnut Grove 
Walnut Grove. 
R.F.D. Box 99 

Vorden 

Walnut Grove. 

Isleton 

P.O. Box 3... 
Walnut Grove. 
P.O. Box 105. 



Unknown 


$186 44 


Unknown _ 


11 45 


Unknown 


40 00 


Unknown 


70 00 


Unknown 


4 72 


Unknown _ 


29 10 


Unknown 


12 00 


Unkno-vn 


17 50 


Unknown 


100 00 



$471 21 



Pajaro Valley Savings Bank, at Watsonville 



Chin, Tai 

McDonald, Arthur 

McDonald, Fred 

Maloney, Mary Deming 

Machado, M 

Maloney, Sheila 

Nakagawa, S 

Stone, Betty Rae 

Souza, Joe de 

Uruston, Estavan 



No. 3 Chinatown 

Watsonville , 

Watsonville 

Watsonville 

Watsonville 

Watsonville , 

Watsonville 

R.F.D. 2. 

Watsonville 

Watsonville 



Unknown 


$73 52 


Unknown 


14 64 


Unknown 


14 49 


Unknown 


14 69 


Unknown 


29 00 


Unknown 


17 70 


Unknown 


197 95 


Unknown 


29 11 


Unknown 


14 49 


Unknown 


151 34 



$556 93 





Home Savings Bank of Whittier, at Whittier 








Whittier 


Unknown 

Unknown.. 


$26 54 




Whittier 


12 49 












$39 03 



The Bank of Yolo, at Woodland 



BBrnes, Ruth. 1. 

Ellis, Sadie.... 

Ford, Mary E 

Gray and Tharp 

Minor, H. H 

Pulse, Wm 

Ram, Sant 

Ruble, Clyde Edward.. 

Singh, Indar 

Yolc County Dairymens Association 
Yolo Horse Co 



Woodland 

Davis 

Woodland 
Woodland 
Woodland 

Davis 

Wrodland 

Davis 

Davis 

Woodland 
Woodland 



Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Urdsnown. 
Unknown. 

Dead 

Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown 



$10 24 
20 49 
12 55 
37 87 
10 00 

115 67 
10 50 

24 36 
218 68 

25 00 
19 00 

$504 36 



24—69903 



STATE BANKS 



DEPOSITS UNCLAIMED FOR MORE THAN 
TWENTY YEARS 



» 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



373 



DEPOSITS UNCLAIMED FOR MORE THAN TWENTY YEARS 
As of January 1, 1929 







$32,168 21 






472 04 






13,025 44 






206 35 






153 23 




Red Bluff 


310 00 


Bank of Yolo, The .. 


Woodland •_..._ 


14 74 






642 26 




San Francisco . . 


1,062 86 


Central Savings Bank of Oakland 


Oakland 


5,254 30 
13 93 


Crocker First Federal Trust Company .. 


San Francisco. .... .. .... 


5,590 19 






1,019 19 


Farmers and Merchants Savings Bank ... 


Oakland 


124 32 


First Trust and Savings Bank of Pasadena 


Pasadena . ... 


58 63 


Hibernia Savings and Loan Society, The 




87,029 92 


Northern California Bank of Savings . . .. 


Mirysville . . 


40 24 


Oakland Bank, The ._ 




25 81 


Pajaro Vallev Savings Bank .-. .. . 


Watsonville 


29 13 


Sacramento Valley Bank . 




22 05 


San Diego Trust and Savings Bank 




669 88 


San Francisco Bank, The_-_ ... . . .. 


San Francisco 


34,436 32 


Santa Cruz Bank of Savings and Loan 


120 70 


Security Trust and Savings Bank 




1,525 50 


Security Trust and Savings Bank of San Diego 




343 90 


Trinity County Bank ... 




315 45 


Wells Fargo Bank and Union Trust Company ._ 


San Francisco 


8,526 64 


Yokohama Specie Bank, Ltd., The 


San Francisco 


462 20 



374 



REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



DEPOSITS UNCLAIMED FOR MORE THAN TWENTY YEARS— Continued 

As of January 1,1929 

American Trust Company, at San Francisco 



Name 



Address 



Date 



Amount 



Interest 



Total 



464 California Street Office 
Olson, Anton 



Savings Union Office 

Alexander, Miss Agnes P 

Anderson, Niels 

Andrade, Miss Guadalupe, or Cata- 

lina 

Ardaraz, Miss Expecation 

Azevedo, Domingos A._ 

Baker, Robert J. A 

Barber , William, trustee.. 

Barnes, Charles A 



Barnes, Joshua D 

Beckers, Mrs. Mirgaretta A 

Bensen, Otto _ 

Bowman, Albert M 

Brownell, H. M., adm. estate of 

Emily Brownell 

Brusco, Mrs. Assunta 

Bryce, Archbald 

Burn8,Mrs. Minnie E.,tr. for Jessie 
Carmany, Cyrus W.,tr. for Larabel 

C irrera, Edward G 

Clifford, Edward , 

Coghlan, Graham 

Comstock, George 

Connolly, Mrs. Miry,admx. estate 

of Festus O'Donnell . _ 

Corcoran, Thomas C 

Crane, Miss Caroline M 



Dalay , Jane 

Daly, Jane, executrix of estate of 

Mary McKenna 

Del Monte Townsite Co 

Dewey, Daniel L.,tr. for Daniel, Jr. 

Dickson, Adam T 

Dorsey, Mrs. Mary J 

Dow, George A., tr. for Lloyd 

Downs, George F 

Enos, Alraira N 

Faivre, Jacques P 

Farley, Mrs. Flora F 

Figone, A'ltonio 

Flick, Philip and Mary, trustees 

for Barbara 

Flick, Philip and Mary, trustees 

for Violet 

Forsaith, Edward W., (deceased) 

J. W. Goodwin administrator 

Foster, Gustaf- 

Giitzsch, Ernest F 

GxUego, Ventura 

Gardner, Mrs. Sade Mc 

Girrett, Mrs. Sadie L 

Gates, Mrs. Grace 

Geiger , Louisa 

Glassman, Jacob A 

Gottsche, William A... 

Greenfield, Mrs. Johannah 

Gross, Mrs. Louisa. _ 

Hall, James W 

Hanson, Wilfred J 

Hard, Mrs. Lenora.tr. for Cordelia 
Harley, George T., Chas. K., and 

M.B 

Hirrington, Edward C 

Hirtloff, Emil 

Healey, Benjamin, adm. of the 

estate of Mary Moran 

Heiman, Mrs. Louise 

Henderson, Miss Jennie B 

Herbert, William, or Winifred 

Hill, Miss Annie A 

Hobe, Mrs. Elsie A 

Hoo Gam You 

Howard, Miss Nellie 



Unknown. 



2422Polk3t 

620 Washington st. 



1597 Pacific ave 

419 Green st 

65 Jackson st 

1414 Californiast 

320 Sansomest 

SW. cor. Howard and 24th 

73 1 2M St."."."." " ' " I ] I " ] ! 

Brooklyn, Washington 

148 6th st 

1418 Leavenworth st 



Hay wards 

1050 Montgomery St.. 

362 3dst 

1428 21st st 

Unknown 

304Ellisst 

446 Clemantina st 

327Locustst 

708 Finest 



1744 18th ave 

217Turkst 

Box 289, Ipensich, Essex 

County, Mass 

1212Larkin3t 



1212Larkinst 

46 Kearny st 

Masonic Cemetery 

602Cappst 

607 Bush st 

Michigan Hotel 

Sutter Creek 

20 Portland ave., Oakland. 

516Sutterst.- 

638 Valencia st 

622 Broadway 



1314J/2 Broadway. 



Virginia City, Nevada . 



Grand Hotel 

Schooner,' Harvest Queen" 

635 Broadway 

321 Pacificst 

3501Clayst 

Alameda 

1026Hyde8t 

Point Lobosave 

314 Jones St.. 

San Pedro 

1416 Howard st 

2334 Greenwich st. 

Winslow, Washington 

3032Cdiforniast 

41Hill3t 



2626 Broadway. 
2 De Soto ave... 
452 Natomast.. 



1014 Green st 

2023 Sacramento st.. 

421 Hydest 

1027 San Bruno ave.. 

Fruitvale 

604Capp8t.. 

Reclamation 

702H McAllisterst. 



Prior to '06 



7/ /Ol 

4/ /06 

5/ /97 

6/ /07 

4/ /03 

8/ /05 

10/ /98 

4/ /97 

6/ /98 

12/ /Ol 

4/ /06 

12/ /u5 

12/ /06 

2/ /08 

6/ /05 

6/ /06 

12/ /04 

2/ /98 

1/ /06 

1/ /04 

12/ /04 

1/ /06 

7/ /07 

6/ /97 

8/ /05 

11/ /05 

4/ /08 

10/ /03 

7/ /06 

3/ /99 

1/ /06 

1/ /98 

9/ /98 

3/ /08 

1/ /97 

4/ /Ol 

12/ /98 

12/ /98 

10/ /Ol 

5/ /98 

8/ /05 

3/ /03 

3/ /05 

7/ /OO 

2/ /02 

8/ /07 

6/ /05 

7/ /05 

6/ /97 

11/ /04 

2/ /94 

6/ /05 

10/ /89 

2/ /Ol 

10/ /04 

8/ /05 

3/ /99 

5/ /03 

9/ /Ol 

10/ /05 

1/ /07 

11/ /94 

12/ /GO 

4/ /98 



$85 00 



10 96 
164 10 

7 47 

11 55 

12 49 
32 61 

7 82 

24 64 

4 92 

10 00 
160 00 

8 25 

61 11 
12 16 
40 69 

11 00 
36 32 

12 12 
11 22 

16 00 
8 59 

51 46 
400 00 

20 73 
196 20 

189 16 

13 81 

10 25 

11 17 

5 26 
19 79 

12 33 

13 69 
60 18 
26 88 

7 76 

10 82 

11 12 

6 59 

8 17 
633 25 
133 67 

3 06 

7 82 
35 81 

500 00 

8 25 
283 58 

15 18 
6 47 

17 52 
38 78 
10 17 

30 00 
6 67 

16 12 

12 95 

9 09 
10 00 
24 68 

17 91 

5 91 

9 60 

6 75 



$5 14 

78 87 

4 74 
4 57 
4 67 
19 48 

4 33 

12 72 

17 51 
11 40 
73 41 

6 06 

132 89 

18 68 
22 25 

2 03 
6 89 
16 41 
2 22 

5 36 

2 99 

22 73 
337 73 

14 15 
41 79 

92 78 
72 

3 54 



5 97 



7 38 

17 43 
41 95 

18 58 
11 00 

5 81 

7 92 

3 64 

3 69 

395 93 

62 28 

8 77 

3 51 

22 02 
.331 14 

4 24 
59 50 

9 80 
3 62 

10 17 

23 55 
15 25 

9 56 
3 43 

6 95 

5 94 

11 77 

3 97 
1 75 

4 12 
10 32 

7 91 
3 81 



S85 00 



16 10 
242 97 

12 21 

16 12 

17 16 
52 09 

12 15 

37 36 

22 43 
21 40 

233 41 
14 31 

194 00 

30 84 
62 94 

13 03 
43 21 
28 53 

13 44 

21 36 
11 58 

74 19 
737 73 

34 88 
237 99 

281 94 

14 53 
13 79 
11 17 
11 23 
19 79 
19 71 

31 12 
102 13 

45 46 

18 76 

16 63 

19 04 

10 23 

11 86 
1,029 18 

195 95 
11 83 

11 33 
57 83 

831 14 

12 49 
343 08 

24 98 
10 09 
27 69 
62 33 

25 42 

39 56 
10 10 

23 07 

18 89 

20 86 

13 97 

26 43 

22 03 

16 23 

17 51 
10 56 



REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



375 



DEPOSITS UNCLAIMED FOR MORE THAN TWENTY YEARS-Contlnued 

Asof January 1, 1929 

American Trust Company, at San FranDlsco — Continued 



Name 



Address 



Date 


2/ 


/06 


6/ 


/04 


2/ 


/03 


6/ 


/OO 


1/ 


/07 


ti/ 


/OO 


12/ 


/9V 


8/ 


/08 


10/ 


/U3 


11/ 


/OO 


11/ 


/yt) 


2/ 


/97 


5/ 


/08 


6/ 


/05 


3/ 


/04 


12/ 


/OO 


6/ 


/04 


8/ 


/89 


6/ 


/05 


2/ 


/06 


6/ 


/04 


1/ 


/07 


3/ 


/05 


9/ 


/U6 


7/ 


/99 


12/ 


/97 


3/ 


/04 


6/ 


/94 


V 


/05 


2/ 


/Ol 


2/ 


/Ol 


1/ 


/98 


6/ 


/03 


11/ 


/07 


7/ 


/99 


1/ 


/06 


3/ 


/06 


8/ 


/03 


7/ 


/04 


10/ 


/07 


4/ 


/0(i 


12/ 


/04 


11/ 


/08 


8/ 


/03 


2/ 


/03 


7/ 


/06 


1/ 


/Ol 


7/ 


/06 


1/ 


/02 


2/ 


/Ol 


10/ 


/97 


5/ 


/OO 


11/ 


/OO 


1/ 


m 


12/ 


/97 


12/ 


/Ol 


3/ 


/OO 


4/ 


/05 


6/ 


/04 


5/ 


/Ol 


e/ 


/05 


v/ 


/05 


7/ 


/Ol 


b/ 


/06 


8/ 


/03 


4/ 


/OO 


v/ 


/Oo 


11/ 


/03 


1/ 


/Ol 


11/ 


/oe 



Amount 



Interest 



Total 



Savings Union Office — Continued 

Howell, Mrs. Annie 

Hughes, Frank 

Humphrey, Omar J 

Jeinuerot.Chirles A 

Jensen, Henry 

Johnson, Henry 

Johnson, Eriic... 

Johnston, John W. 

Jolly, All)2rt 

Jones, John H 

Jones, Robert C 

King, John A 

Kornell, Mrs. Maria A., or John 
Emmerich, trustees for Joseph 

Kornell. -- 

KrasilnkoEf , Constintin 

Kruse, Mrs.Katarina 

Labirthe, Antoine 

Lifferty, Mary 

Lang, Henry J 

La wler, James 

Le Breton, Chirles 

Lee, Edward 

Leib, Thomas N 

Long, Jane 

Loustannau, Michel 

Macbeth, Alexander 

Maison, Mrs. Mary T 

Matson, Martin 

McAUep, Wm. L, tr. Warren H. .. 

McNicol, Daniel 

Mihan, John A 

Mihan, Leo B 

Moore, Neale 

Morey, Mrs. Delia M 

Morrow, Francis, or Annie... 

Murphy, Mary A... 

Musen, Mrs. Anne 

Nesbitt, Mrs. Mary A 

Nixon, Cornelius H._ 

Nunes, Antonio M _ 

Nyman, Mrs.Malin 

O'Connor. John F 

Ogolin , Miss Josephine. 

Olson, Victor 

Packham, Thomas 

Parco, Mrs. Annie 

Pattarpa, James 

Peird, Sidney 

Peirson, Henry F 

Plunkett, Wm. A., adm. estate ol 

Mary Gray.. 

Porter, Mrs. May L 

Powejs, George H., tr. R. P 

Preston, Miss Elsie I 

Rabolli,Pietro 

Ray, James 

Reed, Miss Emma L 

Richardson, Hezekiah and Syrilda. 

Rierdon, John C 

Rose, Miss Victoria 

Rossiter, James 

Russell, Francis.. 

Sindford, Mrs. Louise... 

Siveria,>Iohn 

Schaar, Lizzie 

Schmitz, Chirlotte ._. 

Schweitzer, Charles, tr. Fred 0. 

Wolf,Jr 

Scott, Miss Minnie L 

Sheets, Oliver, or Annie 

Smith, Geo. W., Jr... 

Smith, Vincent C... j,.. 

Spclman, Annie M., or Alice 



747',;:, Tehama st 

610 Geary st 

California Hotel, Alameda., 

348Wallerst 

10 St. Charles pi... , 

416-A Natomast 

6 Howards! 

152Noest 

Fort Bayard , New Mexico., 

1051 Mission st 

453 Divisaderost 

630Noest 

515 Valencia st 

262 7th st 

337 Day st 

Goldfield , Nevada 

Berkeley 

4 Bowles pi 

Police Judge 

821 Doloresst 

417 Kearny st 

424 Broderickst 

Unknown 

144 27thst 

1009 Howard st 

1109 Bush st 

413 Clay st 

315 Castrost 

Redwood City 

2140 Hyde st 

2140Hydest 

2050 San Jose ave., Alameda 
828 S. Flowerst., Los Ange- 
les. 

Jackson. 

lOOOPowellst 

Howard and 6th sts 

6 Maiden Lane,o£fVallejo8t, 

Yerrington, Nevada 

San Rafael 

1320 Fiercest 

737 Mission st 

c/o Clara Bowman, 324J-^ 

Brannan st 

Jannison, Fresno County... 

Elmhurst 

1603 Websterst 

1511 Powellst 

Nevada City 

Veterans Home, Napa 

617 Mills Bldg.. 

Murphys 

Detroit, Mich 

828 Broderickst 

2 Turk Alley 

1668 Missionst... 

345 N. Penn st.,Indiana- 

polis,Ind 

Angels Camp 

1281 Broadway 

1105 Van Ness ave.. 

206 Franciscost 

362 Minna st 

1904 Market st 

624 20th St.... 

706 Larkinst 

1747 Greenwich st 

1303}4Polkst 

llOOfaylorst 

2116Bushst 

6 Bond 3 1 

112 Fair Oaks st 

Vallejo.. 



$11 12 

13 94 
10 00 

6 62 
111 60 
150 00 
10 00 

14 14 
735 12 

16 03 
6 37 

15 64 



25 04 
8 31 

14 00 

6 85 

4 64 

5 29 

5 52 

30 02 
140 30 

22 50 

14 93 

7 99 
45 00 

7 11 
21 27 

8 85 
902 98 

17 65 

17 65 

26 51 

1 08 

18 37 
1,009 49 
5,769 74 

90 08 

6 86 
44 82 

6 95 
221 92 

15 88 
12 00 
12 49 
25 44 

15 81 

12 45 
37 55 

36 46 

10 00 
8 83 
8 59 

13 40 
17 53 

37 72 
3 78 
1 28 

31 25 
20 00 

500 00 

11 38 

12 13 

16 86 
28 26 

10 23 
8 00 

13 25 
15 00 
10 08 
20 07 



$4 28 

6 86 
4 18 

4 39 
44 68 
60 75 

5 76 
2 42 

362 79 

7 80 
4 06 
9 90 



6 23 
4 46 

4 35 

7 46 
141 38 

8 62 

9 38 
10 27 
65 87 

5 05 

4 22 

17 48 

18 41 

5 05 
10 85 

7 67 

689 21 

9 29 

9 29 

19 43 

22 47 

12 57 

464 43 

2,984 76 

43 15 

4 33 

19 80 

12 39 
107 50 

7 52 
56 

4 31 
9 52 
4 86 

8 94 
32 28 

16 18 
3 07 

13 19 

9 29 

6 18 



20 89 

23 43 

27 55 

14 60 

8 23 

190 99 

13 67 

4 57 

4 08 

25 21 

2 19 

2 45 

3 75 
2 05 

4 04 

5 30 



$15 40 
20 80 

14 18 
11 01 

156 28 
210 75 

15 76 

16 56 
1,097 91 

23 83 
10 43 
25 54 



31 27 

12 77 

18 35 
14 31 

146 02 

13 91 

14 90 
40 29 

206 17 
27 55 

19 15 

25 47 

63 41 
12 16 

32 12 
16 52 

1,592 19 

26 94 

26 94 
45 94 

23 55 

30 94 

1,473 92 

8,754 50 

133 23 

11 19 

64 62 

19 34 
329 42 

23 40 

12 56 

16 80 
34 96 

20 67 

21 39 
69 83 

52 64 

13 07 

22 02 

17 88 

19 58 
17 53 

58 61 

27 21 

28 83 
45 85 
28 23 

690 99 
25 05 

16 70 

20 94 

53 47 

12 42 
10 45 

17 00 
17 05 

14 12 
25 37 



376 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



DEPOSITS UNCLAIMED FOR MORE THAN TWENTY YEARS— Continued 
Asof January 1,1929 
American Trust Company, at San Francisco— Continued 



Name 



Address 



Date 



Amount 



Interest 



Savings Union Office — Continued 
Spinetti, John A., and Michael, 

execs, estate of Antonio Spinetti 

Taylor, Miss Emily E. S 

Thomas , Miss Helena A 

Thomas, Mrs. Helen F 

Walmsley , Robert 

Walton, Jesse 

Wardwell, Ralph W 

Wetherspoon, John 

Wilokens, Glaus 

Wilkinson, Joseph S 

Walters, Robert 

Woodworth, James 

Yuma Mill and Mining Co 

Zimmermann, Miss Annie C. or 

Mrs. Marie Marcy 

Russ Building Office 
Alien, James N.,tr.forCharlesN. 

Murphy 

Chapman, B. F 

Clendinin, James W 

Naehtigall, Mary Josephine, tr. 

forGibrille Naehtigall 

Oliver, Carrie B., trustee for Anita 

Louise Oliver 

Packer, O.H 

Proch, ArthurD 

Spinney, Sarah E 

Mission Savings Bank Office 
Adolfson, Oscar R 

Portuguese-American Office 

da Sil veira , Francisco Ignacio 

Broadway Office, Oakland 

Arliton, Mrs. A. J 

Arliton, Mrs. A. J 

Buckner,G.B... 

Clement, Edward.. 

Conn, Pat 

De Los Reves, Joaquin 

Hamilton, Mrs. E.W.. 

Haymond, Cornelia A 

Miguet, E 

Tobey, Miss L 

First Berkeley Brancfi 

Allen, Fred H 

Bissell,Wm. C... 

Bruns, D 

Chientsen , Wong 

Christensen, Chas 

Cook,E 

Manning, W. S 

Patton, Jos. R... 

O'Riordan, M 

O'Bannon, Fannie. 

Stevens, Sarah E 

Webb 

Whiting, Matt ie J 

Bank of Alameda Branch 
Schuman, Leonard 

Bank of Palo Alto Branch 

Angell,L. B 

Nott,MarvB.-.. 

Peasley.Mrs.E. S 

Petaluma Branch 

Edwards, Bessie. 

Perkins, Joseph 

Riella , Baptista 

Point Richmond Branch 

Cady,Mrs.C.A.... 

Harnett, Amelia 



326Haightst 

24 Rue Francois, Paris 

2628Folsomst 

Sausalito 

1046Folsomst 

1222Treatave 

Klamath Falls, Oregon. . . 

808 Missionst.. 

Pacific and Stockton sts.. 

95 Stuart st 

Fort Miley 

125 Lexington ave 

832Douglasst 

Oakland 

Unknown... 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown... 

Unknown 

532 39th St., Oakland.... 

75 Jacksonst 

Unknown... 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Weaverville.. 

R.F.D., Berkeley 

2210 Bancroft Way 

832 Cameliast 

1545 Hopkins St.. _. 

Unknown 

2335Cedarst 

3022Fultonst 

Unknown 

San Pablo 

Unknown 

2321 Hastest 

Youn tville. 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Petaluma 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 



1/ /98 

2/ /Ol 

10/ /02 

10/ /07 

7/ /05 

6/ /89 

9/ /07 

5/ /05 

1/ /97 

8/ /97 

7/ /04 

8/ /04 

2/ /08 

7/ 706 



4/ /97 

10/ /99 

12/ /03 

9/ /98 

2/ /08 

4/ /04 

4/ /OO 

9/ /04 



10/ /07 



11/ /08 



4/ /90 

4/ /90 

4/ /07 

4/ /08 

6/ /08 

9/ /08 

7/ /90 



/04 
/06 
/04 



4/ /06 
/ /06 
/06 
/07 
/07 
/06 
/07 
/06 
/08 

7/ /08 
/03 

1/ /06 
/08 



3/ /05 



4/ /02 
7/ /03 
1/ /Ol 



1/ /08 
1/ /92 
8/ /08 



1/ /07 

4/ /07 



$13 54 
39 32 
39 16 
50 86 

158 25 
14 32 

13 00 

14 35 
2,546 81 

10 00 

226 13 

50 18 

12 62 

12 56 



15 00 

27 92 

8 00 



5 63 

1 58 
5 63 
5 00 

2 54 



100 00 



30 00 
80 00 
20 00 
1,298 70 
20 00 
137 15 
75 00 
373 50 
118 67 
30 00 



15 00 
142 36 
15 42 
10 63 
537 91 
47 68 
39 09 
28 25 

24 16 
15 00 
21 05 

25 00 
12 18 



35 00 
15 00 
15 00 



11 29 
20 00 
150 00 



50 00 
30 00 



$8 75 

38 82 

15 88 

20 01 

122 33 

37 89 

2 84 

7 75 

1,494 55 

7 49 

113 73 

20 70 

46 

2 06 



33 13 

52 75 

3 82 

8 11 

9 67 
6 77 
5 80 
8 03 



3 08 
47 10 



262 82 
31 44 
24 30 



12 80 

"nil' 



6 60 
51 58 



5 57 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



377 



DEPOSITS UNCLAIMED FOR MORE THAN TWENTY YEARS— Continued 

Asof January 1,1929 

American Trust Company, at San Francisco — Continued 



Name 



San Jose Branch 

Hollenl)€ck, Mrs. S. M 

Payne, J. H 

Phillips, Mrs. F.H 

Twight,E.H 

Y. M.C. A. Stewart Note. 

Biirnard, E. E 

Stinson, Maude 

Greeinger , A 

Kill,M.D 

Yates, George D 

Arques, Nellie G 

French, Henry 

San Rafael Branch 

Habier, Antone Merchado. 

Santa Rosa Branch 

Rhodes, William 

Green, N.F 

.lanniss, Mrs.G. E 



Address 



Cupertino 
Campbell. 
Merced.. 
Siratoga. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 

Unknown. 

Unknown. 
Unknown. 
Unknown. 



Date 



2/ /06 



4/ /06 
4/ /06 
1/ /05 



Amount 



9/ 


/07 


$14 30 


10/ 


/03 


12 72 


8/ 


/08 


11 32 


7/ 


/08 


10 03 


3/ 


m 


50 00 


9/ 


/95 


36 75 


10/ 


/97 


30 00 


7/ 


/Ol 


25 00 


3/ 


/02 


16 00 


9/ 


/05 


25 00 


«/ 


/07 


200 00 


10/ 


/08 


32 00 



20 00 
56 00 
60 00 



Interest 



$21,867 56 $10,300 65 



Total 



$14 30 


12 72 


11 32 


10 03 


50 00 


36 75 


30 00 


25 00 


16 00 


25 00 


200 00 


32 00 



20 00 
56 00 
60 00 



$32,168 21 



ATglo-CaliforniaTrusf Company, at San Francisco 



Ascher, Henry D 

Cole. J. E 

Kempf , Anton 

Kline, J., tr. for Floyd A 

Jaeger, Arnold M 

Mirtinelliand Co.,D. .. 

Marioni , Liiiola 

Paige, Antoinette 

Sievers , John 

We (Chinaman) 



1401 Steinerst. 
275 Filbert st._. 

Spacati 

579 9thave 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Salinas 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Unknown 



12/ 3/06 
1/ /05 
5/28/05 

12/20/05 
6/ 4/06 
6/28/06 
1/ /05 
4/18/05 
3/25/05 
3/15/04 



$11 08 


20 00 


16 60 


13 00 


8 75 


16 50 


13 00 


12 70 


8 05 


178 27 



$1 67 


6 11 


7 03 


1 18 


9 65 


4 35 


1 93 


7 08 


7 60 


27 49 





$12 75 
26 11 
23 63 
14 18 

18 40 
20 85 

14 93 

19 78 

15 65 
305 76 



$472 04 



Bank of America of California, at Los Angeles— 


And Branches 






Antioch Branch 
Frain, Jas. H . _ 




11/12/25 

7/ 1/07 
8/20/08 

7/22/07 
11/ 6/08 


$45 00 

6 93 
25 00 

10 62 
14 66 

488 55 

70 00 

40 00 
139 00 
167 00 

71 00 
20 28 

175 23 

710 70 
10 46 




$45 00 


Grass Valley Branch 
Borryman. John 




$7 88 


14 81 


Feeney, John F.. 




25 00 


Lodi Branch 
Edalge, Ralph 


Lodi 




10 62 


Sneblen, Cornelia 


Lodi 




14 66 


Seventh and Spring Streets Branch 
Western Paving Co 


404-6 Fay Bldg. 




488 55 


Modesto Branch 
Shippert,W. A.. 


Oakdale 


1/ 4/08 

9/11/06 
9/ 2/05 
5/12/03 

10/10/04 
7/15/05 

10/26/08 

/05 
1/23/08 


76 75 
16 60 


146 73 


Napa Branch 
Dominichela, Biagio 


Napa. 


56 60 


Daley, Thomas J 




139 00 


JaegeljHiggins.. 






167 00 


Lowell, G. W 


Napa . ... 




71 00 


Thompson, Chas. A 






20 28 


Waite.L. C 






175 23 


Placerville Branch 
Morehouse, E 






710 70 


Sacramento Branch 
Heira, J. J 


Sacramento 




10 46 



378 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



DEPOSITS UNCLAIMED FOR MORE THAN TWENTY YEARS— Continued 

Asof January 1,1929 

American Trust Company, at San Francisco— Continued 



Name 


Address 


Date 


Amount 


Interest 


Total 


631 Marl<ef Street Branch 
San Francisco 


259 6th St - 


/08 
/06 
/06 
/04 
/06 
/07 
/06 
/06 
/07 
/06 
/05 
/08 
/06 
/04 
/04 
/05 
/06 
/06 
/06 
/08 
/08 
/06 
/06 


$30 20 
12 00 
51 00 
11 35 
27 97 
50 00 
10 00 
10 00 

115 00 

8 69 

44 67 

21 30 
8 78 

10 70 
25 00 
469 83 
16 40 
6 00 
41 00 

22 32 
8 50 

110 00 
310 00 


$16 99 

7 15 

31 16 

6 14 

24 00 

29 38 
6 13 
5 76 

80 04 
4 99 

30 01 
13 84 

4 99 

5 91 
16 23 

339 42 

11 94 

4 12 

25 65 

12 56 

5 24 
85 39 

206 25 


$47 19 




1946 Fillmore st 


19 15 






82 16 


Cline, Martin S. 




17 49 


Casey, Thos. J. 


New Western Hotel 

Unknown 

47 Harrisonst. 


51 97 


Cohn,, Joseph 


79 38 


De Soto, Ida 


16 13 


Foster, Mrs. Belle 


507 Hyde st 


15 76 


Hokansen , Olaf . . 


Unknown 


195 04 


Jewell, Richard C. . 


SOOBakerst 


13 68 






74 68 




926 Natoma 


35 14 




2009 Folsom 


13 77 


Lundeberg, J. 


422 Post - . . 


16 61 


Martin, W. H. 


56 Minna . . 


41 23 


Hass, Davis 


417H Clementinas! 

126 11th St.. - 


809 25 


Nelsson, Lars 


28 34 


Parker, May L 


Unknown 

Almshouse 


10 12 


Reinhardt, August 


66 65 


Schmidt, Soren 


572FuItonst 

Valencia and flillsts -_ 

781 Mission __ 


34 88 


Sherman, W. L 


13 74 


Sladek, Mike 


195 39 






516 25 


783 Market Street Branch 
San Francisco 


719 Broadway st. 


15 81 


McGraw, D. F., No. 392 


181 Finest. 








16 41 


Weyand.E. L., No. 213 


133 Fiercest. 








21 53 


108 Sutter Street Branch 
San Francisco 




3/19/00 
/04 
/98 

3/19/02 

3/19/04 

12/10/08 

/04 

/08 

3/19/04 

3/19/04 

10/11/06 

/05 

3/19/04 
/02 

3/19/05 

3/19/05 
/05 

8/29/06 

/OO 

/05 

12/22/06 

3/19/04 
/OS 

9/ 7/97 


38 91 

14 81 
54 86 

16 00 
51 16 

241 01 
682 80 
864 71 

15 50 
19 82 
13 06 

1,321 50 
19 90 
10 05 

17 66 
1,176 35 

369 82 
29 06 
12 55 

137 11 
12 73 
10 88 
25 17 

231 61 


27 36 

9 52 

38 88 

9 16 

26 52 

120 36 

381 92 

622 08 

10 80 

10 64 

11 04 
686 92 

15 43 
5 60 

12 24 
606 88 
374 64 

9 28 
8 64 
76 16 
10 75 
7 20 

13 00 


66 27 


Bellecq, Alfred D. 




24 33 


Bromi,Sjrafina 




93 74 




Unknown 


25 16 




Unknown 


77 68 


Davin, Arnaud 


Unknown 


361 37 


Dambu, Hirry 


Unknown 


1,064 72 






1,486 79 


de Live), Ame . . 


Desaus Fas de Calais France 


26 30 




30 46 






24 10 






2,008 42 






35 33 






15 65 




Unknown 


29 90 




Unknown 


1.783 23 




Unknown 


744 46 






38 34 






21 19 






213 27 






23 48 






18 08 


Dupreyroux, Bernard 


Capital Hotel, Oak st 


38 17 


San JosG Branch 

Welti Conrad 


231 61 





























Bank of Martinez, at Martinez 








Sherman, G. A. .trustee 


Mirtinez - 


11/ 9/08 


$206 35 




$206 35 








Bank of San Pedro, at San Pedro 








Willoughby. Percy 




5/— /08 


$100 11 


$53 23 


$153 23 









REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



379 



DEPOSITS UNCLAIMED FOR MORE THAN TWENTY YEARS— Continued 
As of January 1,1929 
Bank of Tehama County, at Red Bluff 



Name 


Address 


Date 


Amount 


Interest 


Total 






1/12/05 
9/10/07 
12/15/06 


$15 00 

270 00 

25 00 




$15 00 


Ereson, Peter.. 


Unknown 




270 00 


Suth, Martin 






25 00 












$310 00 


$310 00 



The Bank of Yolo, at Woodland 



Cummins, A. P.. 



Woodland- _ 5/28/07 



$14 74 



$14 74 



Cillfornia Bank, at Los Angeles 



Hanney, Thomas.-- - 


Unknown 

Box 182, Santa Monica 


3/13/06 
8/30/07 


$172 20 
470 06 




$172 20 


Hill, Agnes--.. 




470 06 










$642 26 


$642 26 





Canadian Bank of Commerce 


,at San Francisco 






Blackburn, Walter 


F li roaks 

Grants Pass, Oregon 

Unknown 

1716Powellst 


6/22/03 
7/30/04 
9/ 1/01 
11/10/03 






$30 64 


Fielding, C.E 






48 19 


Mitheson.Geo 






786 97 


Mender, Meleher. 






197 06 












$1,062 86 



Central Savings Bank of Oakland, at Oakland 



Birrett, Katie, 3xecatrix. 


8_44Folsomst 


1902 
1893 

1896 
1899 
1897 
1902 
1899 
1899 
1905 
1907 
1900 

1906 
1899 
1899 

1897 

1902 
1908 

1903 
1888 
1893 
1906 
1907 
1908 
1890 
1905 
1907 
1905 
1904 
1900 
1907 
1896 






$30 28 


Brady, T.J 






10 92 


Brown, Henry Cassins, by A. C. 
Brown, tr 


5432 Lawton 






14 65 


Buchburgher,Mrs.L 


Unknown 






3,384 78 


Chapin, AllaF 






15 82 


Collins, Heiry . 


176 6th St. 






26 04 


CrowelI,E. E 


1465 9thst.- 

769 8th 3t. 






98 61 


Davis, Emma C 






39 10 


Fulton, W. E 


764 9th St. . 






53 86 


Gelor, Anton 


303 Broadway 






18 31 


George, Robert H 








37 92 


Gundland, Marie, by P. V. Cham- 
b3rlain,tr _ 








74 97 


Hammond, Hirry T... 








14 76 


Havens, M ilthilde Siyonna 


530 8thst 






17 53 


Hayes, Ethel Roblin, by J. J. 

Hayes.tr..- 








11 31 


Hayes, Mrs. Victorine, formerly 
Ferguson . 


1015 3d St. 






157 72 


Hodges, Hirry. 


1717 11th St. 






11 95 


Hyde, Mary V., by Alice E. V. 
Hyde,tr... 








28 15 


Johnson , Miss Nellie M. 








11 58 


Keane, Mrs. Clara P. 








145 31 










12 68 


Mansell, Miss Flora 


946 Myrtlest.. 






10 25 




500 Howard St. 






108 45 


Moore, O.E... 


2345Howardst 






68 99 


Moses,. Auria 


2225 College, Berkeley 

1709Grove3t 






68 96 


Nicholson Citharine 






37 85 


Olsen, Miss Lena. 


1022 Kansasst 






117 76 




809 Webster St. 






16 32 


Painter, Mrs. M. E. 


1330Lindenst 






18 44 


Parsons, Mary L 


937 Myrtlest 






55 17 


Payne, Amanda. 


Virginia City, Mo — 






142 39 



380 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



DEPOSITS UNCLAIMED FOR MORE THAN TWENTY YEARS— Continued 

Asof January 1,1929 

Central Savings Bank of Oakland, at Oakland — Continued 



Name 


Address 


Date 


Amount 


Interest 


Total 


Perez, Lorenzo M. . . . 


816 Washington st 

480 24th St. 


1890 
1892 

1901 
1895 
1907 
1896 
1903 
1906 
1891 
1896 
1898 






$61 33 


Roberts, Sophie P. . 






28 16 


Schmidt, Alice, by Meta Schmidt, 
tr. .. 


588 IQthst 






18 94 


Shaw.W. C 


461 llthst 






104 77 




Unknown 






17 01 


Sizer, Elliott 






50 63 


Terry, Chas.E. 








14 85 


Thomas, Effie M. 


680 18th St. . . 






17 88 


Tracy, MissL. 


1 825 Telegraph ave 

10195thave 

635Jacksonst 






36 30 


Tucker, Emma R., or S. F. 






28 14 








15 46 














$5,254 30 



Citizens Bank, at Corona 



Baker, W. E. 



Corona. 



1904 



$13 93 



Crocker First Federal Trust Company, at San Francisco 



Ackermann , William. 

Bar r, John 

Berger, Mirie 

Brady , Charles 

Burke, Mitchel V 

Conklin, Chas 

Cooper, Jennie E 

Dalalian, Isaad 

Devine, Peter A.- 

Dougherty, Edward 

English , Jerome, deceased 

Fisher, George 

Hadley, Charles B 

Hall, Wheeler D 

Kinard , Charles Ira 

Levy , Agnes 

Lindsay, Stephen E 

Macgregor,Lena M., and or H. M 

Martin, Eleanor F 

Martin, May A 

McArdle.Owen 

Mendez, Cipriano 

Niebour, Theodore 

O'Boy le, Nora 

O'Shea, John 

Palmer, William 

Riordan, Timothy P 

Sullivan, D.iniel 

Taylor, Susie 

Thomson, Elizabeth 

Thornhill, Nicholas J 

Walls, Emma C 

Ward, James .- 

Williams, Frank J 

Wilson, estate of Wm. L.. 



1155 Larkinst 

193 Stevensonst 

333Sprueest _. 

375Bartlettst. 

2 1 Powell ave 

720Marketst 

1259 0'Farrellst.... 

283 2 Bernard St 

Zamtoogan Is., P. I 

1351 Masonic ave 

Unknown 

Elk, Mendocino County... 

c/o Examiner 

Barstow 

802 Wood St., Oakland.... 

1031 Fillmore St 

Unknown 

Unknown 

937 Adeline St., Oakland.. 

2607Clayst.. 

845 Missionst... 

Popular Restaurant EUisst 

5 Pioneerpl 

930Ellisst 

Navv Dept., Mare Island . 

415Powellst 

632Marketst 

Royal House, Ellis 

2022 Fillmore st 

Unknown 

703Polkst.- 

1600 McAUiaterst 

695 Fell St.. 

418 Divisaderost 

Unknown 



8/22/05 

10/23/06 
4/ 3/06 
5/29/08 

12/12/06 
6/ 8/05 
4/13/C6 
1/10/03 
9/ 5/05 
3/13/05 
1/ 7/04 
9/ 5/05 
8/ 5/01 

12/ 9/04 
1/ 8/06 
2/27/05 
8/26/07 
5/27/07 
5/13/07 
9/15/00 
3/22/06 
1/ 9/07 
1/ 5/07 
6/28/07 
2/12/04 
8/10/03 
8/25/05 
2/15/06 
8/ 5/07 
8/28/00 

11/12/03 
4/11/04 
9/21/08 
8/ 6/02 
4/ 2/00 



$21 82 

5 82 
17 23 

7 50 

4 70 
20 00 
35 77 

6 56 
17 21 

243 35 

5 40 
10 12 

6 42 
5 95 

28 13 
5 03 

7 34 
5 06 
4 98 

10 27 

1,296 53 

40 00 

113 22 

8 51 
12 92 
16 92 

2 83 

93 53 

8 32 

4 37 

5 00 

6 46 
15 13 

8 94 
34 73 

$2,136 07 



$35 09 

5 86 

26 99 

5 96 

5 70 
24 99 
54 58 

9 43 
28 48 
399 87 

6 57 
16 04 

13 00 

14 77 
44 58 

5 21 

6 89 
6 25 
8 96 

21 47 

1,972 73 

48 50 

136 47 

30 70 
23 69 

31 42 
18 33 

315 62 

8 07 

5 83 

10 17 

62 44 

15 30 

16 65 

17 51 

$3,454 12 



REPORT OP SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKS 



381 



DEPOSITS UNCLAIMED FOR MORE THAN TWENTY YEARS-Confinued 

Asof January 1,1929 

The Donohoe, Kelly Banking Company, at San Francisco 



Name 


Address 


Date 


Amount 


Interest 


Total 




San Francisco . . . 


4/20/99 
4/26/99 

12/29/04 

12/28/03 

10/18/06 
5/19/99 
6/23/04 
5/19/99 
7/28/05 

10/18/06 
3/19/99 
7/19/97 
7/19/99 

12/28/03 
7/12/99 
5/12/99 
5/12/99 

12/28/03 

12/28/03 
3/19/97 

12/12/98 
5/19/99 
5/19/99 
6/23/04 

12/12/98 
5/19/99 
5/19/99 
9/26/07 
6/23/04 

10/18/05 
5/19/99 






$138 25 










117 03 










5 16 


Ford, James F. . . 


San Francisco 

San Francisco 

San Francisco 






10 15 


Foye, E. H 






6 22 


Green, H. A. 






12 71 








5 15 










15 54 


Heslin.P. . 


San Francisco 






10 00 








12 02 


Hunter, Ellen T. 








3 10 


Heath Mfg. Co.-.. 


San Francisco 






15 40 










11 41 




San Francisco 

San Francisco 






18 20 


Kelly, Martin, treas 






4 41 




San Francisco 






164 47 


Moran , Thomas 






16 41 


0'Reillv,H.J 


San Francisco 






108 65 


Parker, W. C. 






2 15 


Pacific Coast Lumber and Mill. ._ 


San Francisco . .. 






2 38 


Regan, D. S..: 








3 38 


Redmond, J. E. . 








14 06 


Rogers, H.J 


San Francisco 






28 87 


Roleau, 0. A 








4 39 


S. F. High License.. 


San Francisco. . .. 






5 81 


Sawyer, A. T 








59 91 


Scott, Thomas 








31 06 


Tamalpais Land and Water Co. .. 


San Francisco 






1 00 










5 00 


Toman Trust Co 








1 75 


Ward, Frederick 








186 15 














$1,01