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EXHIBITING THE CONDITION OF THE
State Banks of Rhode Island,
Friday, the 30th day of November,
JOEL M. SPENCER, STATE AUDITOR.
E. L. FREEMAN & CO., PRINTERS TO THE STATE.
Ashaway Savings Bank, Ashaway..
Coddington Savings Bank, Newport..
Coventry Savings Bank, Anthony.
Cranston Savings Bank, Providence.
East Greenwich Institution for Savings, East Greenwich..
Franklin Savings Bank, Pawtucket
Rhode Island Institution for Savings, Providence.
Table showing the largest amount due to any one depositor from
STATE AUDITOR'S OFFICE,
PROVIDENCE, R. I., January 10th, 1878.
In compliance with the requirements of Chapter 141 of the General Statutes and Chapter 427 of the Public Laws, that the Presidents and Cashiers of State Banks and Treasurers of Savings Institutions shall render sworn statements of their condition on some day between Nov. 15th and Dec. 15th, annually, I designated Friday, Nov. 30th, 1877, as the day for which such exhibits should be rendered, and issued cirenlars to that effect about ten days subsequent to that date. In accordance with the provisions of Chapter 618 of the Public Laws, passed at the January session of the General Assembly, A. D. 1877, requiring Trust Companies to make similar returns as required from Institutions for Savings, I made a like request to the President of the Rhode Island Hospital Trust Company, the same to be in lieu of the return required by its charter. This report shows statements from thirty-seven Savings Institutions and one Trust Company.
The following is an exhibit of the condition of the Cranston Savings Bank, kindly furnished by Alexander Farnum, Esq., Receiver, the whole number of its depositors being 4,400: