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Part of Minutes of the University of Kentucky Board of Trustees

It was moved and seconded that four thousand dollars be ($4000.00) be appropriated for the expenses of a summer school beginnin: in June next and that the tuition fees be fixed at $6.25 for all professional teachers sald $12.50 for all other students. Upon roll call thle vote was unanimous in favor of the motion. It was moved and seconded that the sum of fifty dollars ($50o.00) be appropriated for the use arid benefit of the YX.CA and, upon roll call, the vote was: "Yeas", Tervell and Davies; "Na~y", Stoll. Upon motion, made, seconded, and unanimously carried, President Barker and Mr. Davies were empowered to carry out the recommendations set out in the Budget as to the building of a vault for the accommodation of the valuable records of the Uni versity. The Business was directed to make investigation as to what can use done as to securing a "blanket" insurance poli cy upon all the buildings and fixtures df to e -University and to report at the next meeting of this Committee. Upon motion, made, seconded, and unanimously carried, President Barker and Mr. Davies were requested tomake inves- tigation and report a schemep~f :advertising for the University for the next meeting of this Committee and they were also gi.ven full power and authority to take such actio n as may seem proper in an advertising plan with the"Courier-Journal" Company which was explained to the Committee by President Barker.