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    Minutes of the regular meeting of the Executive Committee
of the Board of Trustees of the University of Kentucky, Friday,
November 22, 1929.


     The Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees of thc Uni-
versity of Kentucky met in regular monthly meeting in President
McVeyts office, at the University of Kentucky, Friday, No~vember
22, 1929, at 11:30 a. ra. The following members were present:
Judge R. C. Stoll, Robert G. Gordon, James Park and Joe B.
Andrews.   President F. L. McVey and D. H. Peak, acting secretary,
met with the Committee.

     The minutes of the Executive Committee meeting of October
23 were approved.


     1. Report of the Business Agent. The report of the Business
Agent for October, 1929, was received and ordered filed and re-
corded in the minutes.   The report is as follows:


                                            EXHIBIT "B"


             Statement of Income and Expenditures

                     Month of October, 1929



Previously
Reported



Current
Month



Fiscal
Year
To Date



General Fund Income
  Federal Appropriation
  Ed. Bldg. -St. Appro.
  Ed. Bldg. -Gen. Ed. Bd.
  Special Agri. Appro.
  State Tax
  Int. on Liberty Bonds
  Int. on Endowment Bonds
  Student Fees
  Student Fees Sum. Sch.
  Student Fees - U.H.S.
  Student Fees - U. Ext.
  Miscellaneous Receipts
  Rentals
  Ments Dormitories



42,750.00

73,347.60

95,26G. 50


63,964.85
35,330.25
2,174.00
4,775.12
2,210.49
   705.00
 9,282.00



Dairy Building - St. Apr)o.
                  Total 329 805.82



11,907.14
75,000.00
  8,639.82
202,024.88
    850.00
  4,322. 25
  2,973.24
  1 , 327. 25
     80.00
  3,697.70
  .1 ,6 27. 80
    160 * 00
    (40.00)
 14, 316. 53
326,8'86. 31



42, 150.00
11,907. 14
148., 347.60
  8,639.82
1297,291,38
    850.00
  4,322.25
  66,938.10
  36,657.50
  2,254.00
  8,472.82
  3,838.29
    865.00
  9)241.70
  14.3 33.53
5 6,6 ?T,13




 





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Expenditures
  Instruct ion
  Adm. Exp. and Maint.
  Add. and Better.
              Total

  Excess of Income over
  Expenditures



180,111. 22
74, 558. 28
167,622 72
422X292.22


(92,486.40)



78,524.89
55,540.38
59,085.47
193,150.,74


133,735.57



259,636.11
130,098,66
226,g708. *19
615,442.96


41,249.17



Patterson Hall Income
Board
Miscellaneous Receipts
  Room Rent - Summer Sch.
               Total



Expenditures
  Expense
  Additions and Better.
               Total



Excess of Income over
  Expenditures



18,054.00

4,421.00
22,475.00



7,432.54
962.666
8,395.20



14,079.80



110.83   18,184.83
260.00      260.00
          4,421.00
370.83   22,845.83



5Y,90.95
158.77
598249o72



12,523.49
1,121.43
13,644.92



(4,878.89)  9,200.91



General Fund Inrkome      352,280.82
General Fund Expenditures 430,687.42



327,257.14
198,400,46



679y537.96
629. 087 . 88



Excess of General Fund
Income over Expend.



(78,406.60)



128,856.68



Excess of Receipts over
Expend. for General
Ledger Accounts         23,681.86

1929-1929 Accounts Pay-
able liquidated during
Current Year           (28,441.27)

Excess of Receipts over
Expend. for the fiscal
year to date - General
Fund                   (83,166.01)

Excess of Receipts over
Expend. for the fiscal
year to date - General
Fund
Cash in Bank July 1, 1929 -
General Fund
Cash in Bank October 31,
1929 - General Fund



(19,253. 31) 4,428. 55



(11,570.00) (40,011.27)




98,033.37   14,867.36



I 14,867.36

72,311.10

87,178.46



50,450.08




 







Trust Fund Income
  Student Loan Fund
  Student Notes Paid
          Total Receipts

Expenditures
Expense
  Student Notes
          Total Receipts



Excess of Receipts
over Expenditures



Excess of Receipts over
Expenditures for the
fiscal year to date -
Trust Fund
Cash in Bank July 1, 1929 -
Trust Fund
Cash in Bank October 31,
1929



Experiment Station Income
Hatch, Federal Appro.     3,750.00
Milk and Butter - Cash
   Receipts                 3,780.48
 Beef Cattle Sales         3,813.06
 Dairy Cattle Sales          358.12
 Sheep Sales                 188.98
 Swine Sales
 Poultry Sales               755.73
 Farm Produce Sales          434.54
 Horticultural Sales       1,206.51
 Sead Test                    18.00
 Rentals                     561.06
 Miscellaneous Receipts       50.00
 Fertilizer - Fees         4,640.00
 Public Service - St. Appro.
 Feeding Stuffs - Fees    15,357.96
 Adams - Federal Appro.    3,750.00
 Serum - Sales             1,171.64
        - Virus Sales          59.85
        - Supply Sales         82.10
    I  - Miscellaneous Rec.    9.35
  State Appropriation
  Creamery - License Fees   5,463.00
    It    toTesters' Li.c.  1,492.00
    "     - Glassware
               Tested         270.94
  Robinson - State Appro.



3, 750.00

1,262.08

  255.00
  395.56
  528.18
  187.56
  52. 89
  468.70

  142.67
  14.81
1,325.00
3,666.66
5,474.14
3,750.00
  175.25
     9.53
     22.25

11 ,592,54
   118. 50
   108.00

   68. 28
   9 69. 55



7,500.00

5,042.56
3,813.06
  613.12
  584.54
  529.18
  943.29
  487.43
1,675.21
   18.00
   703.73
   64. 81
 5t965.00
 3,666.66
20,832.10
7,500. 00
1,346.89
    69.38
    104.35
    9.35
11,594.54
5,581.50
1,600.00

   339.22
   969.55



3.



1,153.10
1, i776. 26
2,829.36


  129,50
1,728. 25
1,857.75



971. 61



83.45
482.55
536.00


40.00
(40.00)
00O.00



1, 236. 55
2,158.81
3, 395. 36


  169.50
1,o88. 25
1,857. 75



566.00



1,537.61

1, 376. 51

2,914.12




 



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W. Ky. - State Appro.
Purnell - Fed. Appro.
State Appro. - Patter-
  son Farm Purchase
Nursery Inspection -
  State Appropriation
Nursery Inspection -
  Fees
Cream Grading
Abortion Test
Co-op. Poultry
           Total



15,000,00

20,000.00

   383.32

   770.00
 1,075.00
   538.75



1,721.42
15,000.00


   371.65

   415.00
   475.00
   313.50
   530.00
53,165. 72



1,721.42
30,000,00

20,000.00

   734.97

 1,185.00
 1,550.00
    852.25
    530.00
138,126.11



Experiment Station Expefad..
  Expense                 102,838.03
  Additions and Better.     1,458.56
            Total         104,296.59

  Excess of Incorm'e over
  Expenditures           (10,336.20)



29,456.66
   264.54
29,721.20


23.444.52



Excess of Incomb over
Exp. for the fiscal year
to date - Experimant Sta-
tion
Cash in Bank July 1, 1929 -
Experiment Station
Cash in Bank October 31, 1929 -
Experiment Station



132,294.89
  1,723.10
134 017.79


  4,108.32



4 ,108. 32

30,317.60

34,425.92



Extension Division Income
  Federal Smith-Lever
  Federal Supplementary
  Federal Cap-per-Ketcham
  State r'.Sth--Lever
  County and Q i._hto.r
             ' otal

Expenditures
  Expense



76,120.65
27,321.28
18,645.97

  1,534049
123,622.39


-80 932, 15_



23,785.42
  121.30
23,906.72


30,154.14



76,120.65
27,321.28
18,64L5.97
23,785.42
  1,655.79
147,529.11


111,086.29



Excess of Income over
Expandituros



42 690.24



(6,047,42) 36,442.82



Excess of Incoy.re over Ex-
penditures for tie fiscal
year to date - Extension
Division
Cash in Bank July 1, 1929 -
Extension Division
Cash in Bank October 31, 1929 -
Extension Division



36,442.82

4,575.21




 





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Summary
General Fund Income
Trust Fund Income
Experiment Station Inc.
Extension Division Inc.
             Total



352,280.82
1,153.10
84,90. 39
123,622. 39
5621016. 70



327,257.14
    83.45
 53, 165. 72
 23,906.72
404,413.03



679,537.96
  1,236.55
138,126.11
147,529.11
966,429.73



General Fund Expendi-
  tures
Trust Fund Expendi-
  tures
Experiment Station Ex-
  penditures
Extension Division Ex-
  penditures



430,687,42

    129.50

104 , 296, 59

80,932.15



              Total      616,045.36
 Excess of Income over Ex-
 penditures             (54,028.96)

 Excess of Receipts over
 Ex;penditures for General
 Ledger Accounts         23,681.86

 Student Loan Fund - Notes   (51.99)

 1928-1929 Accounts Payable
   liquidated during Current
   Year                   (28,441.27)

 Excess of Receipts over
   Expenditures for the fiscal
   year to date - Combined
   Fund                   (58,840.36)

Excess of Receipts over Ex-
penditures for the fiscal
year to date - Combined Fund
Cash in Bank and on hand July 1,
  1927 - Combined Fund
Cash in Bank and on hand October
  31, 1929 - Combiined Fund



198,400.46 629,087.88



    40.00

29,721.20

30,154.14
258, 315. 80

146,097.23



522.55



(11,570.00)



115,796.47



    169.50

134,017.79

111,086.29
874,361. 46

92,068. 27



4,428 55

  470.56



(40,011.27)



56,956.11



56,956.11

110,580.42

167,536.53




 





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             Abstract of item shown on Statement
             Of Income and Expenditures as "Excess
             of Receipts over Expenditures for
             General Ledger Accounts $4,428.55.1"


                                        Debit      Credit

      Accounts Receivable                          24,Q036. 79

      Insurance Paid in Advance      2,582.47

      Sundry Accounts               17,025.77

                                     19,608.24     24,036.79

                                                    9, 08 .24

                                                    4,428.55




     2. Reports of Funds.   Reports of the condition of the
Memorial Building Fund and of the condition of the Greater Ken-
tucky Fund were received from the Business Agent and ordered
filed.   Letters noted as follows were received and ordered
filed in the Business Office: Opinion of Judge Robert G. Gordon
on Workmen's Compensation Law relative to the case of Margaret
Ryan; J. T. Jackson Lumber Company relative to subscription
to Memorial Building Fund; notes and opinion of J. Pelham
Johnston on question of street over Kesheimer property near
Agricultural Building; the Cleveland Metal Roofing and Ceiling
Company concerning material furnished the Crocker Company in
construction of the Gymnasium Building.   The Business Agent
was directed to answer the last named letter, referring to
action of settlement of the Gymnasium Building controversy in
Fayette Circuit Court,


     3. Property to be Purchased on Graham Avenue.   The Busi-
ness Agent was directed to have made contract for purchase of
property on Graham Avenue from Flora Phillips Oldfield, the con-
sideration to be $4555.00 and the conveyance to be made on or
before June 30, 1930.




 





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    4. Financial Report of the Athletic Association.  Finan-
cial report of the Athletic Association for the year 1928-1929
was received and ordered filed and recorded in the minutes. The
report is as follows:



UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
                1928-1929
         S. A. Boles, Treasurer



Receipts



Balance - July
Cash - Student
Cash - Rent on



Cash



Cash -
Cash -
Cash -
Cash '
Cash -
Cash
Cash -
Cash -
Cash -
Cash -



1, 1928.      ............ $3,535.82
activities less refunds. 20,80.30
Basketball Building ....     75.00



- Miscellaneous.



Football games - Varsity .......
Football games - Freshman .....
Football games - Reserve ....
Basketball games - Varsity
Basketball games - Freshman
Baseball games ..............
Track meets ...................
Gridgraph .....................
High School Tournament ........
Football Program ...............



       Total Receipts .................



                    Disbursements

Football - Varsity:
   Games and other expenses ..........
   Coaches......     .       .      .


Football - Freshman:
   Games and other expenses.
   Coaches ............................



   134. 50
24,405,62

51,301.57
1,814.50
1,900.00
7, 718, 77
   256.87
   960.64
   363.41
   369, 50
 7,315.00
 1,173.14

 73 373.40



$97),779.02



331406e 51
6 s650.s00
40,056.51


1,901.88
1,950.00
3;851.88




 






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Basketball - Varsity:
   Games and other expenses.
   Coaches .....     ..........


Basketball - Freshman:
  Games and other expenses .........
  Coaches ...........................



8,946,95
2,700.00
11,646.95



   382,67
   300.00
   682.67



Baseball - Varsity:
   Games and other expenses ..........        3,296.00
   Coaches             .       .        1,300.00
                                         4,596.00



Baseball - Freshman:
   Games and other expenses.
   Coaches ..........................


Track Meets ,.  
   Coaches O....  .....................


Tennis:
   Games and other expenses.


Golf:
   Games and other expenses ..........


Gridgraph:
   Expenses ..........................


Football Program:
   Expenses .........*..........



167.00
  350.00
  517,00
2,557.03
2,500,00
5,S057.93



  158.97



  205.00



  116.35



1,060.89



High School Tournament:
   Expenses ................



Total ...



          6,336.93

....... 74,287.08




 





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Miscellaneous Disbursements



Secretary's salary.
Labor .......................
Conference dues ......
Printing, stationery, eto,
Field expense ...............
Convention expense ..........
Paymnnt on notes ............
Interost on notes.
Bleacher seats .........
Publicity expense ...........
Publicity - salary ..........
Freight and express .........
Postage .....................
Scouting ......
Telephone and Telegrae~s.
Office equipment ............
Water           ..............
Doctors and hospitals  ......
Training room supplies .....
Custodian of athletic field
Laundry .....................
Custodian of gymnasium .....
Miscellaneous ..............



Total ................



............* e* $1 ,366 .67
   .... ... .. *  444.17
.......... .* .  75.00
            *  244 67
.z~e****@Z 1,124'.50
  b  **v  ooe  ee*  242. x98
......... .   8 ) 000  00
.......... .*.  1,327.70
, ....... ...  1,198.72
......... . .  *903.34
,..........    592.50
.............*  292.83
............. e  31.85
........... .  1,51'7.31
                213,38
*..........e80.70
.............  . .175,91
... *...        269.15
.......... . .  819.18
..    1,092,00
                539,02
                540.00
...........   e 157.43

........... 01 249.01



Total Disbursements ...........



.............  .$95,536.09



Balance on hand andc in bank June 30, 1929 ........



   Statement of Notes Payable as at June 30, 1929



Balance note due Fayette National Bank
   to cover deficit, July 1, 1929        .
Balance note to First National Bank and
   Trust Company as at June 30, 1928 .........
Balance notes outstanding as at June 30, 1929



... p3,500.00

,... 14,000.00
* r )17,500. 00



2,242.93




 








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     5. Arrangements 1Tade With Hospital.  President McVey was
authorized to make arrangements with hospital for use of op-
erating room for students for tonsils operations.   In event
the University is obligated to hospital for bills of students,
payment is authorized, the student to be required to execute
note tQ the University.

     6. Ventilation in Basement of Mceley Hall. The Superinten-
dent of Buildings and Gyounds was authorized to install techan-
ical ventilation in room 12 for the University Commons sub-base-
ment of 71cVey Hall as set out in his recommendation at approx-
iriate cost of $103.00.

     He was further authorized to proceed with the construction
of a temporary heating plant for Teacher Training Building, ac-
cording to his recommendation at approximate cost of $9414.49.

     7. Advertisement in Pogress Magazineo. President McVey
was authorized to make R six-months contract for one-fourth
page advertisement in tae Progress Magazine.

     8. Action on PrYht     l Matter and Feed T-s; State Fire
College and Road to D ly:  F ProducTs B'fldin  Deferred.  Action
on questions conceaincn pinting matter and feed tags; State
Fire College and road to Dairy Prodfcts Building was deferred
pending further information to be obtained by President McVey.

     9. Honorary DeXrees for Foreign Dinlomats.    The suggestion
regarding conferring of honorary degrees on foreign diplomats
made in communication of Dr. L. S. Rowe was referred to Uni-
versity Senate.

    10. Deposits for University Keys.    The Superintendent of
Buildings and Grounds was authorized to require all University
employees to whom keys may be issued to make following deposits:
inside door key, $0.50; outside door key, $1.00; master key,
$5.00.


    11. Traffic Rules.   The traffic rules now in force on
the caripus were approved with the suggestion that such changes
be made as necessity reiuires from time to time.    The rules
now in force are as follows:




 






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        Traffic and Parking Rules of the University of
                           Kentucky

 1. Motor driven vehicles, e ither owned or driven by students,
   staff members, a-id othear omployees of the University, are
   prohibited from -.jarkirn- on the University campus as noted
   hereint

       a. West side of 'Main Drive from Limestono to Limestone.
       b. north side of drive in rear ofL White Hall.
       c. South side of new roadway extending from Rose Stroet
            to sidewalk leading to Me.icorial Hall.
       d. East side of roadway in rear of Kastle Hall, extending
            to site of new Library.

 2. The main driveway is a one-way thorofare and all traffic
    must enter the north gate and leave through the south
    -ate near the Agricultural Building.   Parking space be-
    tr!een sizns in front of principal entrances to all buildings
    is ret rved for visitors and business vehicles.

 3. The University polic; will take every precaution to prevent
    theft or darmage to c:ars, but the University of Kentucky as-
    sumes no responsibility for the care or protection of any
    motor car or its contents while parked on the University
    grounds.

 4. Driving on grass or walks, under any circumstances, is pro-
    hibited,

 5. Parking lights must be on after dark.

 6. The speed of cars on campus drives is limited to 18 miles
    per hour,   Being vi lthin speed limit does not excuse acci-
    dents.

 7. The rights of pedestrians on driveways must be respected.

 8. The use of Liotor cutouts or excessive sounding of Klaxon
    horns are strictly forbidden at all ti.-.Les.

9. Parking within ten feet of fire plugs is forbidden.    Do not
   blockade any sidewalk or thorofare.

10. Drivers are asked to observe road signs, markings, and all
    things necessary to nake the carmpus safe and convenient
    for those who must use it, whether on foot or in motor ve-
    hicles.
11. The foregoing regulations are in force each day between
    the hours of 7:00 a.ri. and 5:00 p.m.




 







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     12. Sinokin Forbidden in lniverEity BuildinRs. Smoking
in halls of -Universty,          and in recitation rooms was
forbidden onr notion dully seconded and Carried.

     13. Resolutions on Death of Dr. A. M. Miller.   Following
resolutions on death of Dr. W.Mfilorwere passed:


         The Board of Trustees of the University of Kentucky
    wishes to put on record its appreciation of the life and
    aork of Arthur McQuiston Miller who died in Florida on
    Oct-ober 28, 1929.  Professor Miller cv.-e to t-he Universi-
    ty of Kentucky in 1892 and continued. his active connec-
    tion w-vith the University until 1925.  He head graduated
    from Princeton in 1884 and had pursued graduate work at
    Princeton and abroad.   He was Professor of Geology and
    tn.ught other branches of science in the days when the
    faculty was small and funds meagre.   He was made Dean
    of the College of Arts and Sciences in 1907 and resigned
    this position in 1917, spending the next year on leave
    as a consulting and field geologist.   Impaired health
    compelled him to retire from active teaching, as emeri-
    tus professor, in 1925.

         Professor "tiller was a scholar of wide recognition,
    a fellow of the Geclozical Society of America, and of
    the Ar.merican Association for the Advancement of Science.
    He wrote extensively on the Geology of Kentucky and
    was recognized as the highest authority on tthe subject.
    He a     -s a .Ian of broad knowledge and was ever roady to
    enter the lists for the defense of freedom of thought
    and against error and prejudice.   The University was
    enrioned by his useful and fruitful life.

         The Board, therefore, orders this expression
    of appreciation spread upon its minutes and directs
    the Secretary to send a copy to his brother, Dr. M'arion
    Miller, and to give copies to the local papers for pub-
    1io-at ion.,


    14. The W-islative Program. The Legislative Program
suggested in the report to the State Budget Comaission was ap-
proved.   This includes an acceptance of the so-called Cap-oer-
Ketcnhn=.l Act, passed by Congress and approved by the President
of the United States flyay 22, 1928. The  report is summarized
as follows:




 









13.



                Seminmary of Legislative Program

For the year 1930-31

  For Maintenance of the Institution

    The amounts provided for support and Maintenance
    out of State Revenue noir authorized or hereafter
    authorized by law in the distribution of State
    Revenucn

    For agricultural instruction in Agricultural
    College continuation of annual appropriation ..#30,000.00

    For maintenanco of Summor Session, increased
    annual appropriation ................... $20,000.00

    For Construction General University

    1. Enginecring laboratory for College of
        Engineering.
        One-half amount for construction .........1.0lOO,000.00

     2. For first section of laboratory building
        for Zoology and Botany .........I........... 100,000.00

     3. Building for Agricultural Engineering
        One-half amiunt for construction  .25,00000O:

     4. A service building for buildings and grounds. 25.000.00
                                         For  eel v0,00e.0U
   For Equipment General University



1. Equipment new educational building
   erected 1920 -_ one year      .......

2. Machinery and equipment dairy products
   building -- one  year ..............

3. Equipment new library building - one year ..,



$30,000.00


  15,000.00

  30.000.00



$75,000.00




 





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Experiment Station

   1. Maintenance of Station, continued    .. 50,000.00

   2. Maintenance of Public Service Laboratories,
      analysis service for Departm'ent of Public
      Health, continued ......  ..................  22,000.00

   3. Western Kentucky Experiment Sub-Station,
      continued      ................................ 20,000.00
   4. Buildings for Western Kentucky Sub-Station,
      Pavilion and storage ......    ............... 10,000.00

   5. Robinson Sub-Station, Quicksand, annual ... 25,000.00
   6. Final paymonts on land purchased by author-
      ity of Legislature, 103 acres adjoining
      Experiment Station Farm, Lexington ....  .... 25,000.00

   7. Construction of hog barn and yards, Ex-
       periment Station Farm, Lexington ....  ..   4,500.00

   8. Construction of Beef Cattle Barn and yards,
      Experiment Station Farm, Lexington ....... 15,000.00

Agricultural Extension Work

   County Agents and Demo=-tration Agents in
   Agricultural work under the provisions of
   Smith-Lever Act of 1914. This is an annual
   appropriation continued since 1916 ...........  $142,241.30

   To meet provisions of Capper-Ketchan Act .....   17 290.00


           Summary As Stated in Foregoing Memorandum

For the Year 1931-32

  For Maintenance of the Institlition

  The amounts provided for support and maintenance
  out of State Revenues now authorized or hereafter
  authorized by law in the distribution of State
  Revenues ................... $

  For agricultural instruction in Agricultural
  College, continuation of annual appropriation... $30,000.00

  For maintenance of Summer Session, increased
  annual appropriation .                              20000.00




 






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   For Coytruction General University

      1. Engineering Laboratory for the College of
         Engineering, one-half amount for construc-
         tion.                                       100,000

      2. Building for Agricultural Engineering
         one-half amount for construction .25,000

      3. First section of laboratory building depart-
         ments of Zoology and Botany .......    ....   100.000
                                                      *$225,000

   Experiment Station

      1. Maintenance of Station ....................    50,000

      2. MIaintenance of Public Service Laboratories
         analysis service for Department of Public
         Health .22,000

      3. Western Kentucky Experiment Substation,
         armual appropriation       .......             20000

      4. Robinson S-tibst~..tion, Quicksarrl annual
         appropriation........................          25,000

      5. Final payment on land purchased by authority
         of legislature, 103 acres of land, adjoining
         Experiment Station Farm, Lexington ..........  25,000

   Agricultural Extension Work

      County Agents and Home Demonstration Agents
      in agricultural work under the provisions
      of the Smith-Lever Act of 1914. This is
      an annual appropriation since 1916 ,,   ..     .. w142,241.30

      To meet the provisions of Cappor-Ketcham Act...    37,290.00


      15.   Schedule of Room Rent in Menl3 Halls.  The schedule
of room rent in 1enI  { Halls as recommendr.ed by Dean C. R.
Nelcher was approved.  The schedule follows:




 





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Room Rent in the Men' s Halls



Bradl ey

         First, Second.:.& Third Floors

                         Double - Ij4O plus 3.50 per semester
                         Single - ,45 plus 3.50 pcr scm.aster

         Fourth Floor:   Double - "35 plus 3. 50 per semester
                         Single - 340 plus 3.50 per semester

Total students housed: 93   Total income for semester '4,050.50


Kinkead
         First, Second & Third Floors:

                         Suites - 155 plus 3.50
                         Stud. bed. (doubic) $45 plus 3.50

         Fourth Floor:   Suites - "50 plus 3.50
                         Stud. bed. (doublet A45 plus 3.50

Total students housed: 58    Total income for semester 13,233.00



Breckinridge

          'First', Second & Third floors:
                          Doubles - 145 plus 3.50
                          No singles

         Fourth floor:    Doubles - 140 plus 3.50
                           Singles - ,.45 plus 3.50

Total students housed: 106    Total income for semester  45.081.00

Grand Totals: Students housed - 257. Income per semester
                                                     "l12,344.50




 




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     16. AppointmConts and Promotions.  The follo4ing appointments
and promotions were rnadc:

     Carvel Hensley, foroman of painters, employed at a monthly
scalary of j170.00.

     H. C. Brown, County Agent, transferred from Owen County to
Grlvos County, at a sal'y of 4125.00 per month.

     Tho following recommendation of Dean Cooper was apnroved!



                                   Lexington, Kentucky
                                   November 20, 1929

   President Frank L. 1wcVey
   University of Kentucky

   Dear President '.:cVey:

        In accordance with the cooperative agreement for
   tobacco grading in Kentucky between the Kentucky Ex-
   periment Station rand the United States Department of
   Agricultural Economics, M'r. B. H.  iizell and Or. W. L.
   Whitnel have been selected as grrlders for the EHayfield
   market, at a salary of 3350 and i300 a- month, respective-
   ly~ According to the agreement, the proportionate
   share of these salaries for the Experiment.Station is one-
   half.  I, therefore, wish to recommend the appointmoint
   of Mfir. B. H. Mizell at 3?175 a month and MIr. W. 1$. Whit-
   nel at 3150 a month, effective November 18, 1929,
   payment to be made from the fees collected for this work
   or from unappropriated Station funds. It is expected
   that these appointments will carry through the tobacco
   marketing season, though they are made for the period
   of satisfactory service and may be terminated at any
   date and for any reason.

                             Very truly yours,

                                      Thomas Cooper
                                      Dean and Director



                                 Respectfully submitted

                                       D. H. Peak
                                       Acting Secretary