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    MiAnutes of the Ileeting of the Executive Co.mrimittee
 of the Board of irustees of the University of Kentuclcy
     for its regular monthly meeting, i.arch 26, 1919.




     The Executive Comittee of the Board of Trusttes of
 the Uhiversitv of Kentuczi.z met in regular iaont-nly session
 in the office of the President of the University .t 11:00
 o'clock, a. m., M2rch 26, 1919.   The follo.-ing-i-zm embers
 %were present:  R. C. Stoll, P.    Johnston, Jr., and J. M.
 Elliston.   President Frank L.. hcVey and Wellington :Patrick-,
 Secretary of the Board, vere also :.?resei-t.  he mninutes of
 the previous -meetinlg v;ere read, and after certain imiinor Cer-*
 rections vwe.e m^lade, tne followorinS resolution w-ith res-.ect
 thereto was adoi-)tod:, i7hereas a :,iecting o- the hxcacutivc Coia-
 raittee was held ou 1ebruary 19, 1919, e.t v.xhich thcre was nit
 a ouoruai of the rmernbers )resent, (.the )rescilce o' Denltor Pro-
 man vfho was asked to attend as a i.1cmober of the Board mahings
 the necessary niunber to transact t:he business of the Co;m-.uiyittre),
 and, at h-.riich cer-tailn Univeirsity -:azttez-s \jere l.ese21ed anc .
 passed u-on, now therefore be it resolved that the actions
 taken at the mceting of the Conmittee at that time are hereby
 a-proved' ratified, and adopted as the .action of the Erecu-
 tive Comnittee.

     (1) A counniication was read from 'mr. .LcCorkle, Cosmnis-
sioner of Public V.Works of the City of Lexington, asking tirht
the University of Xentucky cooperate with the City of Le:;i-n,-
ton in paying for certain paving on South Limestone street on
the west side of the University campus.   On motion, ma,;de,
seconded, and .unanimously adopted, the President of the Univer-
sity rwas authorized to inform i*. 2.cCorkle that in the opinion
of the Attorney General an institution cannot exienc! money
specifica11y asv.propriatcdfor .wving-. 1nProTCotts.

     (2) A commiunication was read from i-r. Dunlap, COIqis-
sioner of Public Property of the City of Lexington, offering
to give to the University the tract of land in front of the
University Imorn as Scovel Parl, the land to be held in per-
petuity by the Institution, the City retaining the right to
continue to use the park as a city dump, and also reserving
the right to place bn it a children's playground.    A r so-
lution was offered, seconded, and unanimously ado:,ted, in-
structing the President of the University to thank the City




 








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of Lexington for its generous offer and to empress hus
appreciation for the cozsideration shDovn by the city
officials for the University and to tdicata the purpose
of the University to accept the gift.   On motion, the
matter was referred to the Board of Trustees for further
action.

      (3) President 'IecVey presented to the Committee the
suggestion that a school 6f phanmcy be established at
the University, stating that such a school would cost the
Institution about $0,000 annually, and that there would be
an income of about i3,000 annually, leaving a net outlay
to the Institution of about p3,00O annually.   After dis-
cussion, a motion w-as passed asking the President to pre-
sent the details of the matter to the Board of Qrustees
at its next meeting.

      (4) A motion was made, seconded" an1d unanimously
adopted, authorizing the President to establish a fund
for the publication of monographs prepared by members of
the faculty and others connected with the Institution,

     (5) The re-port of the Business Agent was then pre-
sented, read, and ordered incorporated in the minutes.
The report appears as addenda to these minutes.

     (6) President :.cVey preseuted for the consideration
of the Committee, vouchers against the c~ar Department
aggregating approximatcly .j$68,000 for expenses incurred
in the operation of the Students' Army Training Corps.
It rwas moved, seconded,. mad unanimously adopted that the
2resident and Business Agent be authorized to sign the
vouchers, eand that the President should present an addi-
tional claim for student fees not covered in the vouchers.

     (7) The President reported to the Committee that re-
cent communications from the ,-Jar Departmont required that
the governing body of the Institution should designate
some person who should be responsible for the signing and
receipting for Government property issued to the Institu-
tion.   On motion made, duly seconded and unawqimously
adopted, Senator D. H. Peak, the Business Agent of the
University, was so designated.

     (8) At a previous meeting of the Committee a committee
on memorials to those who had lost their lives in the
Great War and in the Spanish American Wlar wcas appointed.
The committee made a report indicating that up to the




 








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present time only inquiries had been made.   A communi-
cation :Zrom the Registrar was read in whdich the statement
was made that the records of tho Univorsity fail to sho;w
that any University students had. lost their lives in the
Spanish American .War.  2resident ;.IcVey then stated to the
Committee that several proposals had bocn maue for a memo-
rial to those who had lost their lives in the Great '.iar;
that the senior class had presented a proposal to share
in the memorial; and that it had also becn proposed that
a memorial building be crected on the campus, the build-
ing to be used for student purposes, ead the funds to be
raised by subscription by mombors of the Alirm-i and friends
of the Institution over the State.  Hc stated further that
in the discussion which hand taken place regarding the matter
it had been snggested that a campaign for raising such
funds be launched in the near future.   The Com-mittee re-
ceived the matter favorably and asked the President to
present a detailed plan to the Board of trustees at its
meeting on the first Tuesday in April.

     (9) President :-.cVcy presented a comnunication from
the Al-oha Tau Omega fraternity asking that a site for a
* fraternity house on the University campus be granted them.
He indicated that it viould .3robably be advisable to lease
such a site at a nominal annual payment and that the ex-
pense of the building be undertaken by the fraternity.
He further stated that such a plan was in keeping with
custom elsewhere.  After discussion" a resolution was
adopted indicating that the Executive Conmittee approves
of a plan to reift land' for a site for a fraternity house,
the details of which are to be presented to the Board of
Trustecs at its next meeting.

     (10) The report of the Committee recently appointed
to draft rules for nominating Alumni members of the Board
of Trustees was read, ordered incorporated in the minutes,
and referred to the Board of Trustees Iat its next meeting
for final action.  The rules dravn up by that committee
eere as follo-.s:

     Under the provisions of the act of the General Assem-
bly of Kentucky knovma as House Bill Nd. 173. January 24,
1918, three mermbers of the Board of Trustees shall be ap-
pointed by the Governor from the Alumni of the University,
the term of office being for six (6) years.   One of these
is to be appointed biennially and from three Alumni men.-
bers nominated to the Governor by the Alumai of the Uni-
versity.




 









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     The act further provides that the Board of Trustees
of the University chall prescribe the method by whnich the
Aluni of the University shall make thc nomination to the
Governor of the three persons from whom the AUumni mem-
bers of the Board of Trustees shall be appointed.  Tho
following are thc rules proscribed by the Board of Trustces:

          ( 1) Nominating ballots shall be mailed  -
    to each person entitled to vote not later than
    July 1.  Each person entitled to vote shall
    have the right to nominiate three persons for
    members of the Board of Trustees.

          (2) The ballots shall be mailed to the
    Secretary of the Board in an envelope Turnishod
    for suc.1 purpose.

         (3) No person shall receive a duplicate
    nomination or election ballot unless upon satis-
    factory representation to the Secretary of the
    Board that his ballot has either been lost or
    destroyed.   ITo person shall be pcrmitted to
    vote otherdise.tlhan by ballot.

         (4) A11 nominating ballots shall be cast br
    nol oDf the day previous to the regular meetin
    of the Board of Trustees, but not in any case
    later than noon of September 15, and at noon on
    said date the said ballot shall be opened by the
    Socretary in the presence of tho Exccutive Com-
    mittee and of such other persons as desire to be
    present at the opcning of said ballots  u md the
    ballots shall be opened in the room at the Uni-
    vcrsity set apart for the use of the Board of
    Trustees of the University.

         (5) The naxacs of six persons receiving the
   highest number of votes for nomination shall be
   placed upon the clection ballots, cmn no other
   persons shall be voted for*   In case two or more
   persons shall rccive an equality of votes, the
   Secretary of the Board shall determine by lot the
   person who shall bc the nominee.

         (6) The election ballot shall be mailed to
   each person entitled to vote on or before Octo-
   ber 1.




 








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     (7) The names of the candidates shall be
arranged on said ballots alphabetically, and
opposite the name of each candidate shall be
a square  and the vote shall be cast by malding
a cross in the square opposite the names of the
persons to be voted for' and shaall be placed in
the proper envelopes and mailed or delivered to
the Secretary of the Board.

     (8) WJith the election ballot, the Secre-
tary of the Board shall mail a short biography
of each candidate; which biography shall contain,
amorn other things, the date of the candidate's
birth, the date of his graduation, the degree which
he has received, his present and past occupations,
anry public service which he has rendered and such
other facts as might aid the voters to make a
proper selection.

     (9) Other than the short biography above men-
tioned, no other matter shall be mailed by the
University to those entitled to a vote except the
nominatoion and election ballots and the envelopes
in -chich the ballots are to be returned to the Sec-
retary of the Board.

     (10) Ro person shall be permitted to vote
in the election exce]:,t by ballot.

     (11) Thc election ballots shall be cast by
noon of the day preceding the December meeting of
the Board of Trustees, and no ballot cast after
noon of said date shall be counted.

     (12) The election ballots shall be publicly
opened at the University in the room set apart
for the Board of Trustees, by the Secretary of
the Board in the presence of the executive Con,
mittee of the University and such other persons
as may desire to be present.

     (13) The three persons receiving the highest
number of votes shall be nominated.

     (14) The Secretary of the Board shall certify
to the Governor ok the Commonwealth of Kentuckyo, the
names of those who have been so nominated in order
that the Governor may select therefrom one name
and issue a commission to such person.




 










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           (15) All ballots shall be mailed to those
     entitled to vote to their address as appears from
     tne books of the University and with said ballots
     there shall be mrailed envelopes upon vwhich shall
  - be printed "Ballots for NTomination of Almlmi Dle;m-
     bers to the Board of Trustees", or "Ballot for
     Election of Alumni MBabers to the Board of Trus-
     tees" as the case may be, which said envelopes,
     shall be placed in another envelope, on the out-
     side of which shall appear the name of the person
     casting the ballot with the date of receiving his
     degree.

           (16) These rules and regulations shall be
     printed and a copy sent to each person entitled
     to a vote %when his ballots are mailed to him.

     (11) Piesident .1cVcy stated to the Committee that the
dormitories which had been converted to other purposes,
should have appropriate nanes.  After discussion the matter
was referred to the Committee on Graduate Study for sug-
gestions to be prepared and returned to the Committee at
some future meeting.

     (12) P:esident HcVey presented to the Committee a
proposal of drunk Battaile for the establishment of a Uni-
versity book store on the campus.   In the discussion which
followed, it was indicates that the Committee favored such
a project, but final action was delayed pending the report
of a faculty committee which the -resident had appointed
for the consideration of the matter.

     (13) The President reported to the Committee that
last year students had purchased uniforms and that the
statement had been maie to them by the military officer,
that ..hen the uniforms -were turned in the purchaser would
be reimbursed.   About thirty students, he said, held receipts,
but the Government had failed to make provisions for the
funds for reimbursement as promised by the military author-
ities at the University.   The President asked if the Co=m:
mittee wished to make provisions for taking care of the
matter.   After discussion a motion was offered, seconded,
and adopted indicating that it was the senseoof the Co-
mittee that the University lwas not obligated, and express-
ing regret that no provisions could be made to take care
of the matter.




 








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       (14) The account of Marwick Mitc.,ell, Peat and. Com-
 j'any for .,700 for devising a sysdern of books for the in-
 stitution was p resented and ordered paid.

       (15) On motion made, seconded, and adopted, the I'resi-
 dent of tlhe University was authorized to arrange for an
 annual audit of the books of the University as of July 1, 193w,

      (16) On -ecomnendation of the Tresident of the Univer-
 sity, the title of professor I-Villiam S. ;',ebb was chanEed
 to ;professor of fhysics and head of the de-atment.

      (17) President McIey then presenlted the following list
 of arpointmonts, resignations,, and transfers, wchich on mo-
 tion waLs ajprovcd as recommended:


                      prointments

      Appointment of Roscoe R. Rudder, emergency cpunty
 agent, 'hitley Co-unty, XentucjW, effective Karch. , 1919,
 for a period of four months, at a salary of $100 a month,
 payable from. emergency f-mds.

      Continuation of emrployment of 1rs. Frances Y. 1aine,
emergency home demonstration agent, Livingston. County,
ebntucky, for a period of twelve months, effective 11arch 1,
1919, at a salary of ;125 a -month payable from emergency
funds.

     Reappointment of Mrs. Boxjie Cainpbell Perkins, emer-
gency home demonstration agent, Whitley County, R.'ntucky,
effective gaxch 1, 1919, for a :eriod of eight months, at
a salary of $102.50 a month payable from emergency funds,
$65 a month, aand $37.50 a month frorm 'iWhitley County.

     Continuationa o0 employment of Arch M. Allen, energency
county agent, Union County, Kentuc7kyT, for a period of
twelve months, at a salary of $160 a month, payable W5 a
month from emergency fund and $75 a month from Union county.
This is an increase in salary of $200 a year.   A travel
allowsance of $P25.00 a month is to be -.id from extension
funds, Collego of Agriculture.

     Continuation of employment of 3. PW Ricketts; county
agent, Owen County, Xentucky, at a salary of $'150.00 a
month, effectiove January 1, 1919.   No travel allowane.




 







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      Continuation of enploynent of J. W. Worthington,
 county agent, Campbell County, Xentucky, at a salary of
 $133 1/3 a month, effective January 1, 1919, payable frot
 Federal Smith-Lever funds a-nd Cxapbell -Couity. An al-
 lowance of .,25.00 a month is mawd for travel.

      Continuation and moCification of employment of Mrs. D. K.
 Rawlings, emergency home demohstration agent, at a salary
 of $100 a month, effective April 1, 1919, payable from emer-
 gency fund. This ae'escnts a -alliry increase of $25.00 a
 month.

    a  Reappoint ent of  L. XWarren, emer ency county agent,
 at a salary of hi185 a month, effective MLrch 16, 1919, pay-
 able from emergency fund.  sin allo-,wance of $`25 a month for
 travel.

      Continuationi of employnent of Jamnes S. Davis, emergency
 county agent, at a salary of Ql,600 a year, effective April
 16, 1919, payable ,:840 from emergency fund and $760 from
 Bell County.  This represents an increase in salary of $,100
 a year.

     Continuation and modification of employment of W. C.
Wilson, county agent, at a salvary of $200 a month, effective
M.arch 16, 1919, the salary to be paid from Federal Smith-
lever funds, the Fiscal Court of Pulaski County, and the Banks
of Pulaski County.

     Appointment of iss Lora Baker, clerk to the Editor of
Agricultural publications, Stir. James Speed, at a salary of
$6000 a month, effective February 1, 1919, payable from ex-
tension funds.

     Reappointment of A. L. Brueckner, in the veterinary sec-
tion of the animal industry groups effective 21Jarch 17, 1919.
He was given indefinite leave of absence on account of mili-
tary service beginning Mgiay 15, 1918.  In accourance with the
terms of the leave of absence granted, he is entitled to re-
turn.

     Temporary appointment of Dr. C. B. Olney in the Depart-
ment of Veterinary Science, for a Period of four months, to
take up the work left vacant by tile resignation of Dr1 R. L1
Xiontius` beginning February 26, at a salary of $125 a month.

    Appointment of ir. P. E. Thomas, Assistant in Geology
at $40 a month.




 








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     Appointment of K. M. Cregor, Assistant in bacterology
at a salary of 41,200 effective April 1, 1919.


                      Resignations

     Resignation of Dr. R. I. Pontius of the Dleprtment of
Veterinary Science, effective February 25, 1919.

     Resignation of Professor W. L. Jillson of the Depart-
ment of Geology" effective March 15, 1919.


                       Transfers

     Transfer of RMiss Anna Wallis, bookkeeper in the Busi-
ness Office, to the Experiment Station, effective Mcb:.3   1919.

                 Increases in Salaries

     Increase in. Salary of aUss Mary Daviess, stenographer
for the Hor'ticultural De;partment, from $60 to $70 a month,
effectiveyhirh1, 1919, and to $75 a month offcctivc July 1, 1919.

     There being no further business to come before the Com-
mittee, the Committee adjourned.

                              Respoctfully submitted,

                                     Wellington Patrick



Secretary of the Committee.




 



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                                  Addenda

                Statement of Cash Receipts and Disbursements.
                               . August 31. 1918.


                             Previously         Current         Fiscal Year
 ........ ...   ..._--- Reported     :     Month            To Date

Cash in Bank and on Hand
   July 31, 1918 ...........   ($ 17608.46)   :   ($ 11019.76) :     (O 28628.22)



Receints
     Genenal Fund Incoime...    74511.36
     Experiment Station
       1ncom......            12674.C9
     Extension DivisioL
       Income...............
     accounts Reeeivable     1037.11
     Old Material etc. sold      )2....50
     Tnust Fund Income ......._ ___-1.7
          Total Receints .... $ 882_b6. ;7Z
                  Total...X..  70668.27



   : w' 38015.16  :

:     16648.23  :

:     44959.17  :
:      5375.82  :
        140.00   :
:      _t41,67   :
    $105180.05 :
    : 9416o.eg   :



$ 112526s522

    29322.32

    44959.17
    6412.93
      152.50
      683.34
  . 4266*
  0164828.56



B xnend.i tu7 es
     Aecountu Payable ...... . $ 665383.03
     Notes Payabl.e ..........  150o. O0
          Total  xpenditures $ 016080C5

Cash in Bank and on Hand
   August 31, 1918       ..........] 019.76)
                  Total.   .X 568.27



Statement of Cash Receipts and Disbursements.
             Septemiibe.- 30. 1918.



Cash in Bank and on Hand
  August 31, 1918........



(O 28626.22)



Receints
     Gen.eral Fund T12come ..  0112526a52
     Expe-ivemt Station
       Ino0m3 ..............   29322 32
     Exteiision Division
       Incomne.
     Accounts Raceivable...     64 2.S
     Old Material. etc. Sold     .   0
     Trust Fund Income       .......,,
          Tota1 Receipts ..... .... 34j) C i__
             Total ......... .. 664328.56



EPaenditures
     Accounts Payable... .. . 01316~YOeal
     Notes Payabie.    ......... _I
           Total Expenditures.v"1454O, 1.
"UMk in 3ank and on Hand
   Deptember 31, 1918. .18.8..
              Totaal......... E164828.56



$ 13640.,74  :



:     14748.43  :

       3230.44 :
I       901.68 8
   : ~~~.. It 5  :
I          1
  :  __.1%  
    :  61Z71,82  :


:     82 -2$276  :



: L~   5   .94)   :
    :  61771.G2



% 64952,38   :

$ 64952.38   :


  292791- -:
$ 94160.29' :



13J.640.41

*14664.041



4164828.56



4 29207.91  :



4   5'"9.69



      .' 7 81





      Le)-.,8 .



      l.36
  -266u0,5



_ w(.  




 



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               Statement of Cash ReceiPts and Disbursements.
                            October 31) 1918.
_______________________________________________________________________________
                             Previously         Current        Fiscal Year
                             Roported            Month          To Date



Cash ir. Bank and on Hand
   September 30, 1918 ......



Receipts
     General Fund Income-...-
     Expurinent Station
       Inc one. .......
     Extension Division
       Income...............
     Accounts Receivable....
     Old Material etc. Sold.
     Trust Fund Income......
     Students Uniform Accts.
     Notes Payable..........
          Total Receipts....
              Total .........
Exgendittures
     Accounts Payable.
     Notos Payable..........
          Total Expenditures.
Cash in Bank and on Hand
     October 31, 1918........
               Total .........



$ 579.69



126167.26

44070.75

48189.61
:73.4.S1
   153.25
   125.01


0226020.69
;226600.38

213968.17
  15000.00
  228968.17

  (2367.79)
;226600,38



Statoment of Cash Receipts amd
          November 30, 1918.



($ 20555.94)



10456.80

20939-55

   3338.03
   1118.92

     41.66
     342.65
  80000.00
~16237.61
0 95681.67

128686.87

128686,87

( -I ,5.20)
f. 956681.67



Disbursements



________________.________________________________________________________--__
Cash in Bank and on Hand
  0c0ober. 31, 1918 .........  U (V 19976.25)  (O 33005.20)    U) 52981.45)



Fecei-pts
     General Fund Income....
     Experiment Station
       Incomei..............
     Extension Division
       Income ..............
    Accounts R-cvivablc....
    Old Material etc. Sold.
    Trust Fund Income......
    Students Uniform Account.
    Notes Payable............
          Total Receipts......
               Total..........
Emendituros
     Accounts Payable.........
     Notes Payable............
          Total xoxoonditures..
Cash in Bank and on Hand
   1.ovember 30, 1,918.
               Total...



136624.06

  65010.30

  51527.64
  8433.73
  153.25
  166.67
    342.65
 80000.00

=322282.05

342655.04
  15000.00
  357655.04

  (.35372.99l
=322282.05



97432.25

22713.17

   3213.16
   1430.09

     41.66


124830. * 3
P 91825.13

126120.36

126120.36

(34295.23)
V~ 91825.13



234056.31

87723.47

54740,80
   9863.82
   153.25
   203.33
   342,f5
   80000.00
 46708863
.s4A1107 .18

468775.40
  l15000 .00  
  483775.40

(6_68L22)
.414107.18



(O 19976.25)



136624.06

65010.30

51527.64
   8433.73
   153.25
   166.67
   342065
   80000.00
at342258. 30-
4t322282.05

342655.04
  15000.00
  357655)04

(3537222.99
V"322282.05




 




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               Statematt of Cask Receipts and Disbursements
                            December 31, 1918.

                               Previously:      Current      : Fiscal Year
                               Reported           i'onth        To Date
_______________________________-_______________________________._____________
Cash in Bank and on Hand
   November 30, 1918 ......... ($ 52981.45)    (i; 34!295.23)  : (? 87276,68)



General Pund In.come .   234056.31
Experiment Station
  Incomne.......          .........87723.47
Extension Division
  Income....      ......  5 74 0.80
Accounts Receivable.....   9863.82
Old Y-aterial etc. Sold..   153.25
Trust Fund Incore .......   208.33
Students Uniform A~ccount. .... r . .2
Notes  Lyd'cle; ........... 80000.00
     Total Receipts ......4. b6708B.63
        Total   .     ...q"414l07.18



      69248.33

      14147.23

      - 3159.45
      *  1425.58

         41.66


:     _ 88022~.25
:    ;53727.02    :



3033)04.64

10O1870.70

57900.25
11289.40
   153.25
   249.99
 _sLZ41',s65  
 80000.00
 555110.88.
V467834.20



Exjpenditures
     Accounts Payable .4...    ..... A68775,,40
     Notes Payable............ 15000,00
          Total Expenditurus.. 483775.40
Cash in Bank and on Hard
   December 31, 1918,.......   (69668;.-22)
              Total.. . . ..  .... Q41410Y.18

              Statement of Cash Eeceipts
                             January 31, I



70740.15

70740.15  i



539515.55
15000.00
554515.55



517013210 )    46834.5 2
s?53727O.02  : X6783 .;20



and Disbursements
.918.



Cash in Bank and on Hand
   December 31, 1918......... (87276.68)          (17013.13)  :   (104289.81)



Leceints
     CGenural Fund Income..   303304.64
     Experiment StationIncor-ie. 101870.70
     Extension Division Income. 57900.25
     Accounts Receivable... .... 11289.-I0
     Old Mlaterial etc. Sold..   153.,25
     Trus t Fund Income .......... 249.99
     Students Uniform AccouLt..   342.65
     Notes Payable ..         .......... o oo.. 0 000   0
          Total Recceipts ...... 555110.06  
              To ta"l ...... ..... V.. 6?834 20

Bmendi tures
     Accounts Payable.         5395].5,55
     Notes Payable.    ......   . 5000,00
          Total Eixprlditures  55452.5.55
Cash in Bank and on Yand
   January 31, 1919   .     . (86681-.15)
              Total .......... 67841.20



II



223190.73        5264095 ,17
31201,86       133072'56
3306.10         61206s.35
1287..61        12577.01
                   : 1.553.25
   41.66           29I6 5
                    : 1-2( 65



10000.00
269027.96
Y,)25201.4.83



:    157144.82
:    _0~ _00       :

      40 ,1470 B2  
      L0'11448 2
  *  '252014.83



  9000 r Q _0

.1S i "01 ;1 ;r. 0 3


C964 6 5 S') e 3 I'

761s,,U-37

LV EL -3 -)
:v~ I4L 11




 





13



                Statement of Cash Receipts and Disbursements
                             February 28, 1919
 __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _    - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
                               Previously       Current        Fiscal Year
                               Reported         Month         To Date
--------------------_------------------------------------------%-----------------
Cash in Bank and on Hand
   January 31, 1919.($104289.81)               $ 1 44870.01 :() 59419.80)



Receipts
     General Fund Income.....
     Experim-nt Station
       Income ......
     Extension Division
       Income......... .......
     Accouants Receivable.....
     Old Material etc. Sold..
     Trust Fumd Income .......
     Students Uniform Accornt.
     Notes Payable............
     Refund on Insurance.....
     Premium.
          Total Receipts...
              Total .-.....

Exoendi tures
     Accounts Payable........
     Notes Payable...........
          Total Expenditures..
Cash in Bank and on Hand



526495.37

133072.56

61206.35
12577.01
   153.25
   291.65
   342.65
 90000.00


 824138.84
$719849.03


696660,37
  65000.00
  761660.37



February 28, 199      .     (4181.34)
          Total..          $...  719849.03



34612.02 :



561107.39



I  16495.90 :   149568.49



   37226.82 :
   1989.44  

      .1.67



   :lO,-Q3: -
:  90375.91 _
: 135245.92:


*  67595.22 -

I  67595.22:



   67650.70:
: 135245.92:



98433.17
14566.45
  153.25
  333.32
  342.65
90000.00

~1"93 -
855094.95


764255.59
65000.00
829255.59

25839.36
.85509.95




 


14.



                   Statement of Income and Exponditurcs
                          Aonth of August 1918
-------------------------_--__--------- __------------------------------i--____
Income                                . Previously:  Current     :Fiscal Year
                                         Reported :   Month     :  to Date

Gcneral Fund
Federal Appropriation ................. i,:$,i2,50.O    .......... . :   42,750.00
Vocational Edunat-ional Board ....... . ......          4,991.66     *4j9aJ.66
Goneral 'dunat~i.n Board.............      750600       .....           750.00



State Tax ..........................

Interest onjaTdowmontBonds.
Studont Foes ...  ................
Student Act. Athletic Association
Student Act. KentuclW Kornel .......
Student Act. Y. M. an-d Y. W. C. A.
Miscol3ancous Recopts
Rontal.s .........................
Store Room Cash Sales ..............
Lectures ...... *......

Alitary
First Ca.MP ...............I.....
Socond CLp .......*    .............



Patterson Fall
Board .........       ...............
Room Deposits ........  ... *.....
Key Deposits ......
Miscellaneous Recoipts        .



.............  :

4,322.25
   197.00
. ...,.....:
  .....t4   :
.......  :
   211.81 :
   135.00 :
   14.15 :



24, 983.81 :



  924.l51
  12.5.00
..........
    5.33



18,808.01 :

..... .........  :
    80.00:
    14.04:
    2.16:
    1.08;
      .35:
    60.00 .
.......... ............  
     . .72 :



13,762.94:



       164.20 -

I    ( 1   50)0



18,808.01

4,322.25
   277.00
   14.04
     2.16
     1.08
   212.16
   195.00
   14.15
      .72


24,983.81
13,762.94



1,088, 71
  230.00
(     .50)
    5.33



Total General Fund ...........     74408.86 :    37,999Q66    112,408.52
 -= ~===_=W_=;;==__:........................................................ __ =____=_z====__



Erpor`nmclt Station
Hat'el Fi eleoral App;,opriation .........
Lilkg,  u ;,toe  otetc. S s  l .s........
S'WiLe saLLOs  .      .     .
lPoultry sales..     ...................
Farm Produco sales..      . . .
Horticulture saesq..     ....a.........
Sodd Tes ...
Houseont .r.et...    ...............
Iliscellaneous Recoipts ..............
Fees Feeding Stuffs .............
Poes Fertilizer and Tag sales .....
Mdams Federal Appropriation, .........
Serum sales. .....................
Virus and Live Stocl2 sales ..........
3u: l~ii3.' Re303-4ts.i..   ........
Supply Sales .....................
State Appropriation .................
Dept. Ag. A-ppro. U. S. Coopertion
     Total Experiment Station .......



  809.17
2 ,206.31
   13.(5
:13 ,00
   25.18
   3.00
   71.00

2,798.50
5,419.00

2,555.65
   35.30
   11.15
   36.00


L3,537,2l



  2g5(O00 0Q




     51 15:
........... ......  
     71.00
     :30.00
  3,061.50
  4,062.08
  2,500.00
  2,389.75
     53.45 :
     5.10 ;
     19d50
  1,399.70

  17 ,592 .46



2,500.00
1,560.65
1. ll.31
  246 .70
  13.00
  76  33
    3.00
  142.00
  30 .00
5,860.00
9,481 .08
2.,500.00
4,945.40
   88 .70
   16 .25
   55 .23
i .639 9 70

31 ,1 24



I




 




15.



Income                                : Previously:   Current     : Fiscal Year
                                          Reported:    Liouth    :   to Date.
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _  _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _



Trust Fund
Fleishman Scholarship ...............
     Total Trust iAad ................

Extension Division
Federal Smith-Lever .................
State Smith-Lever ....................

     Total Extension Division.

     Gross Income ...................



: $  41.67 :
:    41.67 :



41.67
41.67



: ........:    441,904.30
  :   3,054.87

:    :    ....  44,959.17

: 67,987.74 : 100,592.96



* i?   83.34
:     63.34


: 4_.,904.30
:  3,054.87

: 44,959.17

: 188,580.70



Expenditures
Instruction ..................           8,065.44