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[4] > Image [4] of Minutes of the University of Kentucky Board of Trustees, 1911-03-apr17-ec.

Part of Minutes of the University of Kentucky Board of Trustees

4 University by Bitterman & Sons but hoped to do so by the next meet- ing of the Committee. Motion made, seconded and unanimously carried that the Comptroller have the Tornado Insurance renewed on Patterson Hall and was requested to report to the Executive Committee the cost of similar insurance on each of the buildings of the University. Judge Lafferty brought up the subject of advertising in the way of making small posters with a view of the University shown grounds on same, some of these to be tinned so that they will hang. Motion made seconded and unanimously carried that the Business Agent be allowed the sum of $30.00 to be used in advertising the University and Summer School. Upon motion made seconded and unanimously carried, it was resolved that the Business Agent of the University buy a Loose Leaf Minute Book, such as used by the Executive Committee, to be sent to each of the members of this Committee and a copy of the minutes be sent to each of the members as soon after the meet- ing of the Executive Committee as possiblei paper to be used the same as that which comes in the Loose Leaf Book. It is understood that these books are the property of the University to be returned when the owner ceases to be a member of the Executive Committee. The books are to be marked - "This book is the property of the State University of Kentucky". Lieutenant Kelly presented the following letter:- " Lexington, KYry., March 17, 1911 "The Executive Committee, Board of Trustees, Kentucky State University, Lexington, Iy. Gentlemen:- I would like to respectfully call your attention to the following matters. It has been customary, heretofore, to pay the cadet officers in the military department certain small sums for their services. This is essential as the officers are taken from the Junior Class that is not required to drill and it is hardly thought that it would be possible to induce students to take these