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[8] > Image [8] of Minutes of the University of Kentucky Board of Trustees, 1916-16-oct25-ec.

Part of Minutes of the University of Kentucky Board of Trustees

thereof as may be necessary, be appropriated for tne purchiae of new instr nts for the bands the motion being duly second- ed, on the call of the roll, M sors. Nichols, Johnston, oecee aend Stoll voted aye. and Mir. Brown voted no. }he s ction was carried. Ir. Peak appeared oefore the Board end discussed the financial condition of the Universit President Barker stated du-ring the discussion that in the past he had for certain poor students remitted the fees to be paid to the University; that this vae an old custom. and that he felt by the remission of these fees stadents could attend college when otherwise they Vwould be prevented from so doing* Mr. Brown took the position that no one man should have the power to remit these fees. 'rl John-,ton stated that it might be wisa to give to some person or Go;;Ittee such power. Pr Brown thought that ome obligation should be given to the University therefor, and reeldent Barker stated that no obli- gstion had been required from any of the students whose fees would be -Did in the fature. r. Brown questioned the power [f the *resident to permit one man to attend the University free. of all fees and to require another to p; ay these fees* The discussion eatue up relative to the report of the Bus- iness Agent en certain accountz which the report showed were due to the University. After some discussion, the Business Agent was directed to analyZe the old accounts, to make a report thereof in writing to the Committee and to report to the Com- mitt.. which accounts he considered good and which bad. In the discussion, :r. Brown stated that he knew of one girl who had left Patterson lall owing a board bill of something like $85.00; that if one girl owed that sort of a bill, the chances arc that others had done the same thing; that this particular girl had had money enou;, to pay her bill every week, but that she had evidently spent the money for other purposes. Mr. Stoll stated that he had never seen a statement of the condition of the accounts at Patterson Ball. and that Inas- much as the University was responsible for the operation of Patterson Hall, a statement of its acco'nts should be made to the University. t developed in the discussion that there was no Board of Control of Patterson Ball, as Is r equired bj t4c act of the Legislature which requires a Board of these wmenon to act as a Board of 4'ontrol, and which requires this Board to make certpiln reports to the board of Trustees or to the Execu- tive 0onmittee of the University. Judge Barker. in response to a question, stated to the Board that Miss Pickett was running and operating Patterson Bal 1 . No action was taken at the ;eeting. The President stated to the Board that the Southern Rail- way had seat to the University $1000.00 on account of the scholar- ship which it had given to the University, the terms of which scholarship as as follow*s