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lation of discount on such items shall be added to interest on loans.

(b) Income on Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell. Include the total gross revenue from Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell.

(c) Interest and dividends on investments.

(1) State separately interest and dividends from (A) U.S. Treasury securities, (B) securities of other U.S. Government agencies and corporations, (C) obligations of States and political subdivisions, and (D) other securities owned by the bank, including securities pledged, loaned, or sold under repurchase agreements and similar arrangements.

(2) Include accretion of discount on securities, if any; deduct amortization of premiums on securities. If the reporting bank accrues bond discount and such income amounts to 5 percent or more of the total of interest and dividends on investments, state in a note to financial statements, the amount of accretion income and deferred income taxes applicable thereto.

(3) When securities are purchased, any payment for accrued interest shall not be charged to expenses, nor when collected be credited to earnings. Such interest shall be charged to a separate account that will be credited upon collection of the next interest payment. The balance in the account shall be shown as “Other assets" in the balance sheet.

(d) Trust department income. (1) Include income from commissions and fees for services performed by the bank in any authorized fiduciary capacity.

(2) This item may be reported on the cash basis in those instances where the presentation of the item on the financial statements would not be materially affected thereby. The cash basis may also be used with respect

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individual trust estate if accrual of income therefrom is not feasible. If any portion of trust department income is not reported on the accrual basis, there shall be a footnote explaining the method of reporting and the reason for departing from reporting on the accrual basis.

(e) Service charges on deposit accounts. Include amounts charged depositors that fail to maintain specified minimum deposit balances; charges based on the number of checks drawn on and deposits made in deposit accounts; charges for account maintenance and for checks drawn on “no minimum balance" deposit accounts; return check charges; etc.

(1) Other service charges, collection and exchange charges, commissions, and fees. State the aggregate of other service charges, collection and exchange charges, commissions, and fees. Exclude charges on loans and deposits and those related to the Trust Department. Do not include reimbursements

for out-of-pocket expenditures made by the bank for the account of customers. If expense accounts were charged with the amount of such expenditures, the reimbursements should be credited to the same expense accounts.

(g) Other operating income.

(1) Include all operating income not reported in Items 1(a) through 1(f).

(2) Include (A) net trading account income consisting of profits and losses, interest, and other income and expense related to securities carried in a dealer trading account or accounts that are held principally for resale to customers, but exclude salaries, commissions, and other indirect expenses; (B) income from lease financing; (C) gross rentals from "other real estate" and safe deposit boxes; (D) net remittable profits (or losses) of foreign branches and consolidated subsidiaries less any minority interests (unless the reporting bank preferably combines or consolidates each item of income and expense); (E) interest on time balances with other banks; and (F) all other recurring credits (such as miscellaneous recoveries) and immaterial nonrecurring credit items.

(3) Do not include rentals from bank premises. Such rental income shall be reported in the inset to Item 2(g). In the event there is net occupancy income, the amount shall be shown in parenthesis in Item 2(g).

(4) Itemize (A) net trading account income, (B) net remittable profits (or losses) of foreign branches and consolidated subsidiaries (if included in this subitem), and (C) all other amounts that represent 25 percent or more of the total of this subitem, unless “other operating income" is less than 5 percent of “total operating income."

(h) Total operating income. State the sum of Items 1(a) through 1(g).

2. Operating expenses. State separately:

(a) Salaries. (1) Include compensation for personal services of all officers and employees, including dining room and cafeteria employees but not building department employees.

(2) Include amounts withheld from salaries for Social Security taxes and contributions to the bank's pension fund. Do not include Social Security taxes paid by the bank for its own account and the bank's contribution to pension funds. Such amounts shall be included in Item 2(b).

(3) Include bonus and profit sharing whether paid directly or through a trustee. Such compensation that is deferred and not distributed to employees shall be reported in Item 2(b).

(4) Do not include compensation of officers and employees who spent the major portion of their working time on bank building and related functions. Such compensation shall be included in Item 2(8).

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(5) Do not include amounts paid to legal, management, and investment counsel for professional services if such counsel are not salaried officers or employees of the bank. Such amounts shall be included in Item 2(1).

(b) Pensions and other employee benefits.

(1) Include all supplementary benefits, other than direct compensation included in Item 2(a) accrued during the report period on behalf of all officers and employees except building department personnel (see Item 2(g)).

(2) Include the bank's own contribution to its pension fund; unemployment and Social Security taxes for the bank's own account; life insurance premiums (net of dividends received) and hospitalization insurance payable by the bank; and other employee benefits.

(3) Do not include expenses related to testing, training, or education of Officers and employees; the cost of bank newspapers and magazines; premiums on insurance policies where the bank is beneficiary; and athletic activities where the principal purpose is for publicity or public relations and employee benefits are only incidental. Such amounts shall be included in Item 2(1).

(c) Interest on deposits. Include interest on all deposits.

(d) Expense of Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase. Include the total gross expenses of Federal funds purchased and securities solo under agreements to repurchase.

(e) Interest on other borrowed money.

(1) Include all interest on bills payable, rediscounts, unsecured notes payable, and other instruments issued for the purpose of borrowing money other than Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase.

(2) Do not include interest on mortgages on bank premises. Such interest shall be included in Item 2(g).

(1) Interest on capital notes and debentures. (1) Include all interest on capital notes and debentures.

(2) Amortization of premium or discount shall be deducted from or included in the amount reported.

(3) Do not include premium or discount paid or realized on retirement of such securities. Such amount shall be reported in Item 1(g) or 2(1).

(8) Occupancy expense of bank premises, net.

(1) Include in "gross occupancy expense" Inset, the aggregate amount of (A) salaries, wages, and supplementary compensation of bank personnel who devote the major portion of their time to the operation of bank premises or its consolidated premises subsidiaries; (B) depreciation of bank premises and amor

tization of leasehold improvements; (C) rent expense of bank premises; (D) real estate taxes; (E) interest on mortgages on bank premises owned; and (F) other bank premises oeprating and maintenance expenses.

(2) Include in "rental income" inset, the aggregate amount of rentals from bank premises leased by the bank or its consolldated premises subsidiaries.

(3) Report the net occupancy expense (or net income) of bank premises. If net income is reported, the amount shall be shown in parenthesis.

(h) Furniture and equipment expense. (1) Include normal and recurring depreciation charges; rental costs of office machines and tabulating and data processing equipment; and ordinary repairs to furniture and office machines, including servicing costs. The amount applicable to depreciation charges shall be shown in parenthesis.

(2) Include taxes on equipment.
(1) Provision for loan losses.

(1) Banks which provide for loan losses on a reserve basis shall include an estimated amount for credit losses. Such amount shall be determined by management in light of past loan loss experience and evaluation of potential loss in the current loan portfolio. The estimated loan loss factor allocable to operating expense shall not be less than the amount computed under one of the elective methods set forth in subitem (2).

(2) The bank may elect in 1969, and thereafter consistently use for financial reporting purposes, one of the following methods for allocating loan losses to operating expense:

(A) Average ratio of loss over the past five years applied to average loans outstanding during the current year. Ratio of loss shall be the single decimal quotient of total net chargeoffs (losses less recoveries) and total average loans for the 5 most recent years, including the current year.

(B) Average ratio of loss on a forward moving average beginning with the year 1969 applied to average loans outstanding during the current year. Ratio of loss shall be the single decimal quotient of total net chargeoffs and total average loans for the number of years beginning with 1969 and ending with the year of report. In 1973, banks which elect the forward moving average method will compute the minimum allocable credit loss expense on the same basis as banks which elect method (1).

NOTE: For purposes of Item 2(A) and Item 2(B), average annual loans outstanding shall include Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell, and (2) may be computed on any reasonable schedule of frequency. In the absence of other procedures "Other loans", and "Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell”, as reported in Statements of Condition called by supervisory authorities, shall be averaged.

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(C) Actual net chargeoffs as experienced in the current year.

(3) An estimated amount for loan losses allocable to operating expense in excess of the minimum amount computed as in. structed in subitem (2) should be provided when judged appropriate in the opinion of management.

(4) Furnish in a note to financial statements an explanation of the basis for allocating loan losses to operating expense including (A) the method followed, and (B) amount added at the discretion of management, if any.

(5) The amount may be expressed in even dollars or thousands of dollars.

NOTE: The amount reported for loan iosses in operating expen shall be adjusted, if necessary, to the amount transferred to the allowance for loan losses recorded on the books of the bank by an entry to the undivided profits account in the statement of changes in capital accounts. For example, if the estimated loan loss expense reported in the statement of income is less than the amount transferred to the allowance for loan losses, the amount of difference, less related tax effect, should be charged against the undivided profits account. If the estimated loan loss expense reported in the statement of income (1) is more than the amount transferred to the allowance for loan losses, and (2) represents the minimum amount the bank is required to allocate under its elected method, the amount of difference, less related tax effect, should be credited to the undivided profits account.

(6) Banks which do not provide for loan losses on a reserve basis shall include the amount of actual net chargeoffs (losses less recoveries) for the current year.

(j) Other operating expenses.

(1) Include all operating expenses not reported in Items 2(a) through 2(1).

(2) Include advertising, business promotion, contributions, cost of examinations by supervisory authorities, deposit insurance assessments, fees paid to directors and members of committees, memberships, net cash shortages or overages, operating expenses (except salaries) of “Other real estate owned,” postage, premium on fidelity insurance, publicity, retainer fees, stationery and office supplies, subscriptions, taxes not reported against other items, telegrams and cables, telephone, temporary agency help, travel, unreimbursed losses on counterfeits,

forgeries, payments over stops and all other recurring expenses and immaterial nonrecurring charges.

(3) Deposit insurance assessment expense shall be reported as a net figure that is, all assessment credits during the period shall be applied against the assessment expense.

(4) Itemize all amounts that represent 25 percent of this item.

(k) Total operating expenses. State the sum of Items 2(a) through 2(1).

3. Income before income taxes and security gains (losses). State the difference of Item 1(h) minus Item 2(k).

4. Applicable income taxes. (a) State the aggregate of Federal and State taxes applicable to the amount reported in Item (3).

(b) Do not include taxes applicable to net security gains (losses) and extraordinary items. Such taxes (or tax reductions) shall be reported in Items 6 and 8.

5. Income before securities gains (losses). State the difference of Item 3 minus Item 4.

6. Net security gains (losses). State the net result of security gains and losses realized. Related income taxes (or tax reductions) shall be shown parenthetically.

7. Income (before extraordinary items, if any). State the sum of difference of Items 5 and 6.

NOTE: If extraordinary items are reported (See Item 8) the caption to this Item shall read, Net income before extraordinary items”.

8. Extraordinary items. State the material results of nonrecurring transactions that have occurred during the current reporting period. Only the results of major events outside of the ordinary operating activity of the bank are to be reported herein. Such events would include, but not be limited to, material gain or loss from sale of bank premises, expropriation of properties, and major depaluation of foreign currency. Related income taxes (or tax reductions) shall be shown parenthetically. (Less than material results of nonrecurring transactions are to be included in Items 1(8) or 2(1), as appropriate.)

9. Less minority interest in consolidated subsidiaries. State the aggregate amount of profit or loss accruing to minority interests.

10. Net income. State the sum or difference of Items 7, 8, and 9.

Earnings per common share. State the per share amounts applicable to common stock (including common stock equivalents) and per share amounts on a fully diluted basis, if applicable. The basis of computation, including the number of shares used, shall be furnished in a note to the financial statements.

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1. Net income transferred to undivided

profits.. 2. Capital notes and debentures, pre

ferred stock and common stock sold

(par or face value). 3. Stock issued incident to mergers and

acquisitions.. 4. Premium on capital stock sold. 5. Additions to, or reductions in, surplus,

undivided profits, and reserves in

cident to mergers.. 6. Transfers to allowance for loan loss,

exclusive of portion charged against income, less related income tax effect

$ 7. Cash dividends declared on preferred

stock 8. Cash dividends declared on common

stock.. 9. Stock issued in payment of stock divi

dend, shares at par value. 10. All other increases (decreases) 1.. 11. Net increase (decrease) for the year.. 12. Balance at beginning of

year 2 13. Balance at end of year..

1 State separately any material amounts, indicating clearly the nature of the transaction out of which the item arose.

2 If the statement is filed as part of an annual or other periodic report and the balances at the beginning of the period differ from the closing balances as filed for the previous fiscal period, state in a footnote the difference and explain.

D. SCHEDULES SCHEDULE I-U.S. TREASURY SECURITIES, SECURITIES OF OTHER U.S. GOVERNMENT AGENCIES AND CORPORATIONS,

AND OBLIGATIONS OF STATES AND POLITICAL SUBDIVISIONS

Type and maturity grouping

Principal
amount

Book value 1

U.S. Treasury Securities.

Within 1 year.
After 1 but within 5 years..
After 5 but within 10 years.
After 10 years

Total U.S. Treasury Securities..
Securities of other U.S. Government Agencies and Corporations.

Within 1 year
After 1 but within 5 years..
After 5 but within 10 years..
After 10 years.-

Total securities of Other U.S. Government Agencies and Corporations.
Obligations of States and political subdivisions 2 3.

Within 1 year
After 1 but within 5 years..
After 5 but within 10 years..
After 10 years.

Total obligations of States and political subdivisions..

1 State briefly in a footnote the basis for determining the amounts in this column.

? Include obligations of the States of the United States and their political subdivisions, agencies, and instrumentalities; also obligations territorial and insular ossessions of the United States. Do not include obligations of foreign States.

3 State in a footnote the aggregate (a) principal amount, (b) book value, and (c) market value of securities that are less than “investment grade”. If market value is determined on any basis other than market quotations at balance sheet date, explain.

SCHEDULE 11-OTHER SECURITIES

Type

Amount

Book value 1

Bonds, notes, and debentures 2 3.
Stocks 24

Totals.

1 State briefly in a footnote the basis for determining the amounts shown in this column. ? State in a footnote the aggregate amount and book value of foreign securities included.

3 State in a footnote the aggregate (a) principal amount, (b) book value, and (c) market value of bonds, notes, and debentures that are less than “investment grade". If market value is détermined on any basis other than market quotations at balance sheet date, explain.

• State in a footnote the aggregate market value.

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Real estate loans:

Insured or guaranteed by the U.S. Government or its agencies.

Other...
Loans to financial institutions

oans for purchasing or carrying urities (secured or unsecured).
Commercial and industrial loans.
Loans to individuals for household, family, and other consumer expenditures.
All other loans (including overdrafts).

Total other loans reported in balance sheet.

1 If impractical to classify foreign branch and foreign subsidiary loans in accordance with this schedule, a separate caption stating the total amount of such loans may be inserted. Such action should be explained in a footnote.

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1 If impractical to consolidate foreign branch and foreign subsidiary bank premises and equipment in accordance with the breakdown required by this schedule, a separate caption stating the total amount of all such property may be inserted. Such caption should be explained appropriately in a footnote.

2 State the basis of determining the amounts in column A.

3 If provision for depreciation and amortization is credited in the books directly to the asset accounts, the amounts for the last fiscal year shall be stated in an explanatory footnote.

4 The nature and amount of significant additions (other than provisions for depreciation and amortization) and deductions from depreciation accounts be stated in an explanatory footnote.

6 Show totals (corresponding to columns A and B) representing amounts reported for Federal income tax purposes

SCHEDULE V-INVESTMENTS IN, INCOME FROM DIVIDENDS, AND EQUITY IN EARNINGS AND LOSS OF UNCONSOLIDATED

SUBSIDIARIES

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i Equity shall include advances reported in column B to the extent recoverable.
2 State as to any dividends other than cash the basis on which they have been reported as income. If any such
dividend received has been credited to income in an amount differing from that charged to surplus and/or undivided
profits by the disbursing subsidiary, state the amount of such difference and explain.

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