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HENRY S. REUSS, Wisconsin WILLIAM B. WIDNALL, New Jersey
CHARLES A. VANIK, Ohio JAMES HARVEY, Michigan
CLAUDE PEPPER, Florida OLIVER P. BOLTON, Ohio
JOSEPH G. MINISH, New Jersey W. E. (BILL) BROCK, Tennessee
CHARLES L. WELTNER, Georgia ROBERT TAFT, JR., Ohio

RICHARD T. HANNA, California
CHARLES H. WILSON, California

RoberT E. WEINTRAUB, Senior Economist
Robert A. Schre MP, Investigator
HARVEY W. GEisT, Investigator
STEPHEN D. KENNEDY, Research Assistant

CONTENTS

H.R. 3783. A bill to provide for the retirement of Federal Reserve bank Page

stock, and for other purposes--

1

H.R. 9631. A bill to increase to 12 the number of members of the Federal

Reserve Board, and for other purposes---

3

H.R. 9685. A bill to amend the Federal Reserve Act to provide that

interest received by Federal Reserve banks on obligations of the United

States shall be covered into the Treasury as miscellaneous receipts, to

authorize appropriations for the expenses of the Federal Reserve banks

and the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, and for other

purposes.-

6

H.R. 9686. A bill to require the payment of interest on certain funds of

the United States held on deposit in commercial banks, to provide for

reimbursement of commercial banks for services performed for the

United States, and for other purposes.-

6

H.R. 9687. A bill to amend the Federal Reserve Act and the Federal

Deposit Insurance Act by eliminating the prohibition against the pay-

ment of interest on demand deposits---

7

H.R. 9749. A bill to amend the Federal Reserve Act to provide for Federal

Reserve support of Government bonds when market yields equal or

exceed 474 percent.

7

Proposals affecting the Federal Reserve System, joint statement of the

Republican members of the House Banking and Currency Committee. 29

Suggested comment for Mr. Patman on Republican press release...

30

Statement of

Bopp, Karl R., president Federal, Reserve Bank of Philadelphia.-- 421, 441

Bryan, Malcolm, president, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta

444

Clay, George H., president, Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City- 784

Deming, Frederick L., president, Federal Reserve Bank of Min-

neapolis.

688

Ellis, George H., president, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston..

267
Hayes, Alfred, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York;

accompanied by John J. Clarke, vice president and general counsel;

and Alan R. Holmes, vice president, research department. 525, 555

Hickman, W. Braddock, president, Federal Reserve Bank of Cleve-

land; accompanied by John J. Hoy, assistant vice president.--- 135

Irons, Watrons H., president, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas. 843, 866

Martin, William McChesney, Chairman, Federal Reserve Board;

accompanied by C. Canby Balderston, Vice Chairman of the Federal

Reserve Board

9, 34, 68

Mills, A. L., Jr., J. L. Robertson, and Charles N. Shepardson, Gover-

nors, Federal Reserve Board..

103

Ramsey, Ralph E., Associate General Counsel; accompanied by

Fred Smith, Deputy Director, accounting and auditing policy staff,

General Accounting Office..

902

Scanlon, Charles J., president, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago... 751
Shuford, Harry A., president, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis.- 290, 292
Swan, Eliot J., president, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco. 664
Wayne, Edward A., president, Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond.. 270

III

12:21

Additional data submitted to the subcommittee by--

Bopp, Karl R., president, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia:

Statement of condition, at the close of business, December 31,

Page

1963.

424

Federal Reserve note statement at the close of business, Decem-

ber 31, 1963..

425

Current earnings, 1914-62

426

Profit and loss account, 1914-63.

429

Statement on coin shortage-

469

Survey of service charges on checking accounts - Pasters face page 486

Forty-Ninth Annual Statement of the Federal Reserve Bank of

Philadelphia, dated January 6, 1964.

439

Comparison of earnings and expenses -

439

Comparative statement of condition

440

Directors and officers -

440

List of dealers with whom market transactions are conducted. 465

Commissions from vending machines at the Federal Reserve

Bank at Philadelphia ---

480

Federal Reserve Banks and the President's Committee on Equal

Employment Opportunity

494

Statement on family relationships at the Federal Reserve Bank

of Philadelphia

498

Employee relations-

508

Training and education

508

Reserve bank-sponsored meetings in the various regions of

district.

509

Membership dues, etc.

509

Traveling expenses to conventions, conferences, meetings,

etc..

510

Public information.

511

Miscellaneous

511

Bryan, Malcolm, president, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta:

Forty-ninth Annual Statement, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta. 447

Statement of condition at the close of business, December 31,

1963...

449

Federal Reserve note statement at the close of business, Decem-
ber 31, 1963-

450

Current earnings, 1914-62.

451

Profit and loss account, 1914-63.

454

List of dealers with whom market transactions are conducted.

465

Information concerning vending machines at the Federal Reserve

Bank of Atlanta..

480

Resolution on employment of relatives -

499

Reply to question of Mr. Patman.

467

Regular personal checking accounts

481

Employee relations....

512

Training and education

512

Fees..

513

Central banking seminar, March 29–30, 1962

513

Luncheons in various regions of the Atlanta district.

513

Meals served bank guests in bank dining room or cafeteria. 514

Expenses in connection with Federal Reserve System meet-

ings held in Atlanta district.

514

Membership dues, etc

515

Registration fees for meetings, conventions, etc.-

515

Travel expenses to conventions, conferences, meetings, etc. 516

Public information...

517

Miscellaneous

517

Clay, George H., president, Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City:

Expenses, Kansas City -

786

Statement of condition at the close of business, December 31,

1963

791

Federal Reserve note statement at the close of business, December

31, 1963.

792

Current earnings-

793

Profit and loss account, 1914-63.

796

Supplemental statement

839

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Additional data submitted to the subcommittee by-Continued

Deming, Frederick L., president, Federal Reserve Bank of Minne-
apolis:
Statement of condition at the close of business, December 31, Page
1963.

695
Federal Reserve note statement at the close of business, December
31, 1963.

696

Current earnings

697

Profit and loss account, 1914–63.

700

Rentable or usable space.

710

Comparative statement of assets.

735

Comparative statement of liabilities

736

Oath of office of class A, B, and C director of Federal Reserve

bank --

743

Net service charges received.

746
Earnings and capital.

747
Hayes, Alfred, president, Federal Reserve Bank of New York:

Statement before Subcommittee No. 3 of the House Banking and
Currency Committee, June 10, 1960.-

533

Statement of condition at the close of business, December 31,

1963.

5-10

Federal Reserve note statement at the close of business, Decem-

ber 31, 1963.-

541

Current earnings ..

542
Profit and loss account, 1914-63.

545
Fees-Directors and others

559
Expenditures during year 1962, foreign guests, etc.

585

Hickman, W. Braddock, president, Federal Reserve Bank of Cleve-

land:

Exhibit

137

Forty-ninth annual statement, letter, dated January 2, 1961. 144

Comparative statement of condition

145

Comparison of earnings and expenses.

146

List of directors and officers, Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland. 146

Statement of condition at the close of business, December 31,
1963..

148
Federal Reserve note statement, close of business, December 31,
1963..

149

Current earnings.

150

Profit and loss account, 1914-63_

153

Schedule of service charges on checking accounts and official

checks...

169

Service charge survey -

173

Regular checking accounts.

Special checking accounts.

178

Miscellaneous service charges -

178

Safe deposit boxes.

181

Explanation of charts 1 and 2

198

Comparison between bank salary structure and average rates,

charts 1 and 2..

199, 201

Table A.-Supplementary benefits-Salary and nonsalary, 1962. - 202

Table B.-Comparison of annual leave policies for 1964.

202

Employee data".

206

Expenditures of Federal Reserve banks..

212

Justifications No. 1 through No. 77.--

230

Irons, Watrous H., president, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas:

Employee relations.

848

Statement of condition at the close of business, December 31,
1963.

851
Federal Reserve note statement at the close of business, December
31, 1963

852

Current earnings-

853

Profit and loss account, 1914-63..

856

Executive management and policy structure of selected foreign

central banks.

889

Martin, William McC., Federal Reserve Board:

Response to question 8 of the questionnaire of Hon. Wright

Patman.

22

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