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Quarterly Report of Tftc Washington Trust Company,
Of tfco City of New York, at the elose of business on the niatfc day of November, 190&;
Bonds and mortgages. T. . $5G1,22B Otf
Amount of stock and bond investments (market value $3,287,425), book
value ,.,......,..*....., . ..-*• 1,287,420 00.
Amount loaned on collaterals...,, ". '. • •" 8'P*'!XS5X
Other loans, including bills purchased -. 32£>,O0OfW
(Amount due from directors, included in items 3 and 4, $104,000.)
* Overdrafts None
Due from banks; bankers and brokers • .......None
Real estate: Banking house, f ;other real estate, $ None __,.„„, ....
Cash on deposit in banks or ether moneyed institutions. .............. 699, .^a 6*
Specie • ♦ •-« - None
U. S*. legal tender notes and notes of national banks 31,180 1*2
Amount of assets not included under any of the above beads, viz.. ..None
$12,(575,611 44 LIABILITIES.
Capital stock paid in, in cash • $500,000 00
♦Surplus on book value (less current expenses- and taxes oaid) (surplus on market value $1,060,335 62; surplus after charging and crediting ac
crued interest, $1,003,622 62) •• • • • 1,0^0,335 02
Deposits of trust moneys (not preferred) „„ „„« r,oo0n^
Individual deposits subject to check (not preferred) $8,030,388 30
Certificates of deposit (not preferred and not included in denosits of trust moneys); time, $419,693 12; "demand,
$1,209,284 76 1*628,877 88
Amount due trust companies ^VjJ.0 °°
Amount due banks and bankers None
Preferred deposits: _ . .,„ ftM ir
Due savings banks l^^b^dd n*
Due savings and loan associations. > ■ None
Due as executor, administrator, guardian, receiver, trustee,
committee or depositary 27,976 49
Deposits preferred because of pledge of part of trust com
pany assets * • .None
Deposits otherwise preferred, jf any ^ JNppe ^ ^ ^ ^
'Surplus includes undivided profits. $32,67^03144
Amount of debts guaranteed and liability thereon at date of this report, none. Total amount of deposits on which interest is paid, $11,078,394 04; average rate of interest paid thereon, 2.78%. State of New York, County of New York, ss.:
DAVID M. MORRISON, President, and FRANCIS H. PAGE, Second Vice-President, of the Washington Trust Company^ located and doing business at No. 280 Broadway, in the City of New York, in said county, being duly sworn, each for himself, says the foregoing report, with the schedules accompanying the same, is true and correct in all respects, to the best of his knowledge and belief,, and they further say that tbe usual business of said trust company has been transacted at the location re-, quired by the banking law (Chap, 689, Daws of 1892), and not elsewhere; and that the above report is made in compliance with an official notice received from the Superintendent of Banks, designating the ninth day of November, 1905. as the day as of which such report shall be made. DAVID M. MORRISON, President.
FRANCIS H. PAGE. 2nd Vice-Presi Severally subscribed and sworn to by both deponents, the 16th day of November,' 1905, before me. M. S. LOTT,
[Seal of Notary] - Notary Public Kings County,
Certificate filed in New York County OFFICERS. DAVID M. MORRISON, President. FRANCIS H. PAGE, 2nd Vice-Frest.i
GEORGE AUSTIN MORRISON, Vice-President. M. S. LOTT, Secretary.;
PH1NEAS C. LOUNSBURY, Vice-President. H, F. PRICE, Asst, Sec'y.
TRUSTEES. CHARLES H. RUSSELL, of Russell &-Percy: GEORGE XL PRENTISS, of George H.' Prentiss & Co.; CLARENCE W. SEAMAN^, of WyekolT, Seaman* & Benedict;, PHINEAS C. LOUNSBURY, Pres. Merchants' Ex. Nat. Bk.; CHARLES F. CUTLER, Pres. New York Telephone Co.; DAVID M. MORRTSON, late of Morrison & Putnam; CARL SCHEFER, of Schefer, Schramm & Vcpel: SETH E. THOMAS, Treas. Seth Thomas Clock Co.; LUCIUS K. WILMERDING, of WjlmeroTng & Bteset; JOHN HARSEN RHOADBS, Pres. Greenwich Savings Bk.; GEO. AUSTIN . MORRISON, Prm. American Cotton Oil Co.; FRANCIS H. LEGGETT, of Francis H. Leugett & Co.; JOSEPH Q. BALDWIN, Pres. New York and Boston Dyewood Co.; WILLIAM A. PUTNAM, of Homans & Co.; W3LDIAM WHITING, Pres. Whitby Paper Co., Holyoke, Mass.; CHARLES M. CLARK, Trees, The Bradstreet Company; H. J. B. HALL, at Hail & Ruckel; FRANCIS H. PAGE, 2nd YteePresident, GEORGE P, VIBTOR, GEORGE W. JENKINS, WILLIAM BARBOUR.
OFFICIAL MAP AND LIST OF
Rates of Fare.
5 cents at all hours. Children under 5 years, free.
Direct trains to tho ferries, theatres and to the shopping- and Bronx Park districts. Botanical Garden and Zoological Paark. Eight cent transfers, including fare on Elevated, to M*. Vernon, New-Rochelle, Van Cortlandt Park, Yonkers, and all points on the Third Avenue surface section. Express trains morning: and evening via the Third and Ninth Avenue lines, every day, excepting1 .Sundays and holidays.
rfJSTPassengers are required to deposit their tickets in the gate box before entering train