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Part of Minutes of the University of Kentucky Board of Trustees

-2- At this juncture, President Barker sent telegram to I-Ir. Rey- nolds inviting him to meet with the Executive Cormittee. The financial report of State H{all onerating from Sept.13th. to Nov~th. 1915 inclusive; showing receints and disbursments was filed and ordered recorded which is as follows: Dr. Cr. Total receipts $3235. 09 Accounts receivable 113. 65 Nov.8th-I~dse on hand 227.72 Purchases to date $2966.4 2 Gas, Elect. & Water 114. Oo Salaries to date 616.27 $3597.11 03576.]T6- Difference -- Loss $ 20.65 The matter of the operation of State Hall Dining Room was discussed at length and President Barker agreed to assume all financial responsibility for its successful operation until further notice. All outstanding bills against State Hall for the past fiscal year found to be correct after investigation by the President ordered paid and all of such accounts as may be questionable to be retorted at the next meet- ing of this committee. On motion made, seconded and carried, President Barker, R. C. Stoll and P. P. Johnston were appointed a Committee to take up the ques- tion of planning a reorganization of the Business Office and report to the next meeting of this Committee. The Report of Morris & Augustus of Louisville, Ky. Who have ex- amined the books of the Business Office on motion made as sGconded and carried was ordered to be recorded in these minutes. As follows:-