Notes in circulation

The monthly balance sheets of the Banco de Guerrero recorded the following information.

       
  1906 1907 1908 1909  1910
January             394,385 318,175  281,915 347,320
February             404,905 324,935 288,415 352,290
March             398,980  332,790 193,515 372,425
April             388,735  342,070  197,915 323,575
May              351,105 360,325 200,290  334,800
June              349,905 359,865 212,240 328,690
July           118,030 313,095 259,660  214,415 356,215
August           180,040  305,390  258,130 223,735 366,410
September           192,480 319,895 256,305  227,600  349,135
October            212,695  333,600 255,455  247,555 351,790
November           246,460 330,425 261,315 266,020  362,005
December            254,615 312,520    298,640  372,835
                     
Annual average
 

  200,886 350,245 299,390 238,437 351,440

 

  1911 1912  1913 1914
1915
       
January 350,920 411,390 464.980 823,270            
February 370,365  438,880 467,680 1,323,270            
March  370,465  437,020 464,475              
April 384,415 467,925 467,975              
May 389,695  461,020 465,970              
June 378,920  461,000  465,215 1,323,270            
July 405,105 462,800  459,395              
August  410,080 462,750  459,950              
September  423,800  462,870  456,715              
October  422,145  463,995 311,955              
November  417,260  463,940 323,225   673,02512 November 1915          
December  415,870 463,990 323,270              
                     
Annual average 415,870
 

 
       

 

The bank continued to redeem its notes after the revolution. In February 1928 it still has $138,590 outstandingThe Los Angeles Times, 16 February 1928.