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    Minutes of Meeting of the Executive Committee of the Board of
Trustees, University of Kentucky.


     The Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees of the Uni-
versity of Kentuc'k;y met in the President's Office at 10:00 a.m.,
Saturdays  November 22, 1941.   The following members were present:
Judge Richard C. Stoll, James Park, H. S. Cleveland and Dr. Lee
Kirkpatrick.   President H. L. Donovan, Comptroller Frank D. Peter-
son, Dean James H. Graham and Secretary W. Gayle Starnes were also
present.


     A. Approval of Minutes.
                      ** * * * * * * * *

         1. The minutes of the meeting of the Executive
            Committee of November 11 were examined, and
            on motion, duly seconded and passed, were
            approved.
                      * * * * * * * it* **


     B. Comptroller's Quarterly R;fort.

     President Donovan presented the following report submitted by
Comptroller Frank D. Peterson:


                                   November 19, 1941


     President H. L. Donovan
     University of Kentucky

     Dear President Donovan:

                I submit herewith a Quarterly Report of the
     financial operations as revealed by the records in the
     Office of the Comptroller.


                             INCOME

               The realized income for July, August, and Sep-
     tember, 1941, for (1) University operating funds; (2)
     Experiment Station funds; and (3) Agricultural Extension
     funds is shown in detail.   The realized income from
     State appropriations for the University operating funds
     is received by allotments made by the Director of the
     State Budget and represents slightly more than one-fourth
     of the appropriation for the current fiscal year.




 







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          The Federal funds, in the main, have been received
in total.

          Student fees show a  arked decrease under antici-
pated receipts.   However, this unrealized income is par-
tially due to deferred student fees and it is believed that
collections during the second quarter will more nearly ap-
proximate the estimate.   At the present time, I see no
serious reason to be alarmed concerning income.    However,
it is evident that the practice of economy must be continued
throughout the semester.   It is definitely believed that
the income will not exceed budgeted estimates.

          The income for the Experiment Station seems to
have approximated the estimate.    The same is true for
Agricultural Extension funds.    The Federal funds for Agri-
cultural Extension were estimated at $665,118.33 for the
year.   One-half of this amount has been received and
credited to this extension Account.


                       EXPENDITURES

          The statement for Departmental Appropriations
lists expenditures and encumbrances of the (1) University
operating funds, (2) Experiment Station funds, and (3)
Agricultural Extension funds.    These departments and di-
visions have operated according to previous estimates and
at this time it appears that the appropriations made to
the various departments will be suffIcient to take care of
their needs, operating on an economical basis.    It is im-
possible, however, to predict the next nine months' opera-
tions, using the figures for the past quarter as a basis.
The second quarters report will be more revealing.

          Approximately one-fourth of the estimated budget
expenditures for the Experiment Station was spent, or en-
cumbered during the first quarter.    This, however, does
not necessarily reflect an accurate picture.    We do not
have at hand comparative figures for the same period for
past years on a comparable break-down.    Further, the
Posting Division, of this office, has not been able to clear
all postings monthly due to not having received accounting
machines.

          The analysis of Agricultural Extension accounts
is similar to that given above for the Experiment Station
funds.   Approximately one-fourth of the budget has been
spent.




 







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                 RESTRICTED FUNDS

          I am also reporting a statement of Restricted
Funds which are used to supplement University funds in
carrying out the various activities and related activi-
ties of the University in general.  Restricted Funds are
accounted for separately and are restricted in use for
the purpose for which funds are received or allocated.
The statement shows the balances as of July 1, 1941, also
receipts and expenditures for each account for the past
quarter.

          No report is made on Agency Funds, which
have heretofore been termed Organization Accounts.


                          Respectfully submitted


                          (Signed) Frank D. Peterson
                                    Comptroller




 




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         FINANCIAL REPORT
       Statement of Income
For July, August and Septembor, 1941


    University Operatinp Funds



Budget
Estimate



Realized
to Date



Unrealized
Balance



Educational and General
  State Appropriation
     General
     College of Agriculture
     Repairs
     Summer Session
     Vocational Education


 Federal Funds
    Morrill-Nelson
    Bankhead-Jones
    Vocational Education
    Interest on Land Grant
           Bonds



$818, 000.00
  24,000.00
  12,000.00
  10,000.00
  27.247.50
-t891,247,50


$ 42,750.00
  44,867.87
  27, 247.50

  8 44.50
$123 509 87



$233,500.00
   6,000.00
   9s00O.OO
   10,000.00
   -.750,00



$584,500.00
  18,000.00
  3,000.00



20.497.50



U265,250.00 $625,997.50


$ 42,750.00 $
  44,867.87
  6,750.00   20S497..50

                8 644.50
8 94.367.37 T 29,142.00



Student.Fecs
  All Colleges except Law
  College of Law
  Auditors
  Late Registration
  Late Classification
  Change in Schedule
  Special Examinations
  Transcripts
  Applied Music
  Summer Session
  Training School-Elementary
  Training School-High School
  University Extension



$251,550.00
   5,000.00
     100.00
     150.00
     50.00
     50.00
     100.00
     500,00
   4,300.00
   62,458.25
   7,140.00
   11,500.00
   13. QO8.O
   35.98,25



$100, 7438-5
   2,209.00



      50.00
      263.25
      285.25
  53,698.50
  2,819,75
  4,304.50
  2,663 77
$167.037,87



4150,806.15
   2,791.00
     100.00
     150.00
     50.00
     50.00
     50.00
     236.75
   4,014.75
   8,759.75
   4,320.25
   7,195.50
   10.336.23
3186.850.38



Endowmont Income
   PeabocLy Fund
   Haggin Fund



5  1,000.00
  25. 000C
Q 26,000.00



7,901, 83
.901, B3



$ 1,000.00
  17.098.17
S 18. 098.17



Sales and Service.
   Locker                      $  3,775.00
   M4isc., Buildings and Grounds  4,000.00
   Misc., General                 4.000.QO
                               = ,  7 -5.00

Rent
   Institutional Property     _$     00.00



$  1,181.60
   1$086.42
_  1,687,51
39 55.53



Q 2S593.40
   2, 913.58
   2. 31Q49
 _7 819 e 7



$            $ 8  200.005




 








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                                  Budget
                                  Estimate

Auxiliary Enterprises and Activities
  Residence Halls for Men
     Room                        8 23,900.00



Miscellaneous



Residence Halls for Women
  Room
  Board
  Miscellaneous



Post Office



Book Store



Rents - Residences



      100.00
 $ 24,000,00


 $ 28,900.00
   72,400.00
       80,00
 101,380.00

 9 3,600.00

 $ 7.000,00

 $ 12800.00

$1,546,410.62



Realized
to Date



$ 9,787,96
       7. 50
$  9.795246


$  8,157.85
  15,595.50

S 23.753,35

S  1.,59.00



113,00



Unrealized
Balance



w 14,112,04
      92.50
; 14.204*54


$ 20,742.15
  56,804.50
      80.00
S 77,626.65

$ 2,201.11

$ 7,000.00



1. 687.00



$573,573.91 $972,836.71



Combined Totals




 





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          FINANCIAL ;. PORT

        Statement of Income
For July, August and September, 1941


      Exiperiment Station Funds



Budget
Estimate



Experiment Station Income:-
  State Appropriations
     Experimental Work          $  48,000.00
     Robinson Substation           16,000.00
     West Ky, Substation           16,000.00
     Special Tobacco Investigation  7,500.00
     Public Service Laboratories   21,000.00
     Nursery Inspection             2 000 00
                                $ 110.500.00



R01alized
to Date



$ 15,375.00
    4,360.00
    4,600.00
    1, 990.00
    5,410.00
      500.00
$ 32.235.00



Unrealized
Balance



$ 32,625.00
  11,640.00
  11,400.00
  5,510.00
  15, 590.00
  1.500.00
w 78.265.00



Federal Funds
   Hatch
   Adarns
   Purnell
   Bankhead-Jones



$ 15,000.00
   15,000.00
   60,000.00
   81,Q 533.32
9171.533.Z2



$   3,750.00
    3,750.00
    15,000.00
    20. 383 . 33
g  4P 8R.e33



$ 11s,250.00
  11,250.00
  45,000.00
  61.149.99
2128. (349.99



Sales and Services
   Serum Sales
   Seed Inspection Fees
   Fertilizer Tags
   Feed Inspection Tags
   Creamery License Fees
   Sales-General
   Nursery Inspection Fees



Miscellaneous Receipts
   Robinson Substation
   West Ky. Substation
   Public Analyses
   General Education Board
       (Restricted)



Combined Totals



cw   500.00
   36, 540.00
   66, 764.68
   65, 688.00
   11,470.00
   36, 250.00
     2 400,00
 - S19 a612* 68



 $   1, 692.53
     8,984.95
       150.00

     9. 320.00
j   20,147.48

$  521,793.48



$      77.81
    4,6515.86
    7,826.75
    15, 217.09
    9,039.08
    7,790.90
      930.00



$    422.19
  31, 924.14
  58t937.93
  50,470.91
  2,430.92
  28,459.10
  1.470.00



$S 45,497.49 8174,115,19



4.,   708.38 o    984.25
    3,314.46   5,670.49
       50.00      100@00

    2, 330.000 -6990.00
4   6,402.84 $_133744.64

Sp 127,018.66 ~$394,774,82




 






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          FINANCIAL REPORT
        Statement of Income
For July, August, and September, 1941

   Agricultural Extension Funds



Budget
Estimate



Realized.
to Date



Unrealized
Balance



Agricultural Extension Division Income
  State Appropriation             J130.000.00 $ 32.500.00



$ 97,500.00



Federal Appropriations
   Bankhead-Jones
   Smith-Lever
   Capper-Ketcham



$474,752.85
152,977.52
  37.387 96
S665 11833



237,376.43
  76,488.76
  18,693.98
$332.559.17



237,376.42
76,488.76
18X693.98
$332.559.16



$795,118.33 $365,059.17    $430,059.16



Combined Totals




 








           FINANCIAL REPORT
Statement of Departmental Apy opriat ions
For July, August, and September, 1941


      University Operating Funds



Budget
Estimates



Expendi-   Encum-     Free
tures      brances    Balance



EDUCATIONAL AND GENERAL

General Administration
       Offices
   Board of Trustees      $    600.00
   President'ss Office       3,690.00
               Restricted    3,500.00
   Office of Comptroller    17,215.00
   Office of Dean of Univ.   6,750.00
                Restricted    2,250.00
   Office of Dean of Men     5,620.00
   Office of Dean of Women   7,450.00
   Registrarts Office       18,698.00
   Personnel                 2,290.00
   Bureau of Source Kat.     3,650.00



General Student Welfare
   Lectures, Convocations,
                etc.



1,000.00



$



  49.98
2,734.03
1,215.91
4,360.01
1,484. 21
  601.30
11163t69
1, 009.! 98
4,853.29
  306.50
  888.28



P8.00
  38.50

  450.09
  76,81

  76.00
  21.09
1,599.69
   39, 80
   25.25



P 542.02
   917.47
 2,284.09
 12,404.90
 5,188.98
 1 648.70
 4, 580.31
 6,418.93
 12, 245.02
 '1,943.70
 21736.47



1,000.00



Public Relations and General Expense
   Dept. of Public Rela.     8,711.84
   Alumni Association        1,900.00
   Undistrib.Exp.(n.o.c.)   15,200.00
   Stenographic Bureau       5,235.00
   Central Tel. & Teleg.Serv.6.550,00
              Total       .4110,,509.34



  1,820.20
    420.85
    99'234
    1,242.23
    1.056.63
4 24,199.43



1,806.37   5,085.27
   12.00   1,467.15
           14, 207.66
           3,992.77
           5.493.37
$4,153.60 $82,156.81




 





     9
FITNANCINCAL l,-]PORT



Budget
Et ' imate s



Expendi-  Encum-    Free
tu res    brances   Balance



INSTRUCTION

  College of Arts and Sciences
  Administration        $ 8,540.00
  An&.tomy & Physiology  10,138.00
  Ancient Languages       2,510.00
  Anth. & Archaeology     2,700.00
  Art                    12,600.00
    Bacteriology           i4,800.00
    Botany                 9,000.00
    Chemistry             37, 428.00
    English Lang. & Lit.   38,100.00
    Geology                14,780.00
    German Language       11,135.00
    History                21, 500.00
    Journalism             10,900,00
    Library Science        11s100.00
    Math. & Astronomy      30,220.00
    Military Science        3,900,00
    Music                  22,265.00
    Philosophy              3,930.00
    Phy-sical Ed. for Men  15,007.00
    Physical Ed. for Women 7,210.00
    Physics                33, 380.00
    Political Science      16,775.00
    Psychology             244000.00
    Public Health & Hyg.   23,000.00
    Romance Languages      15,900.00
    Social Work             9,520.00
    Sociology               6, 775.00
    Zoology                1,6417.00
College of Engineering
   AcLm. Divisional Exp.  lS,083.00
   Civil Engineer ing     20,358.33
   Electrical Engineering 19,738.33
   Mechanical Engineering 25,689.34
   Mining & Met. Eng.     20,124.92
College of Commerce
   "dm. & Instruction     52,720.00
   Bur. of Business lies.  8,980,00



College of Agriculture



Adm. Divisional Exp.    5, 375.00
Agronomy               17,180.00
-Animal IndustCry      23,249.00
Entomology              3,440.00
Farm Economics          9,800.00
      Restricted        6, 400.00
Home Economics         28,195.00
Horticulture            7,470.00
Marktets & Rural Finance 7,150.00
Short Course              410.00
Animal Pa.thol.-Vet.Sci. 2,680.00



$1, 599.96
1,461.03
   252.10
   532900
 1,250.00
 1,694.99
   862.98
 3,664.81
 3,810.30
 1, 533.32
 1,475.00
 2,067.80
 1,060.00
 1,042.34
 2,950.00
   86os.l4
 2,280.03
   390.00
 1,987.95
   769.45
 3,397.43
 1,541.92
 2,335.39
 4,803.87
 1, 580.00
 1,357.13
   670.53
 1,471.92

 4,573.93
 3,721.25
 3,575.27
 4,436.34
 3,602.92

 ., 683.75
 1,727.99

 1,350.55
 3,725.00
 4,431.59
   810.00
 2,430.00
 1, 90-4.; 4 4
 3, 446.44'
 1,164.13
    825,03
    75.00
    607.5 0



$  37.72 $,902.32
          8,676.97
          2,257,90
1,070.75  1,097,25
   24.00 11,326.00
1,244.77 11,860,24
          8,137.02
 3,792.66 29.,970,53
          34.,289,70
   207.80 13,008,88
           9,660.00
           19 s'32.20
    10.50 9s,829.50
          10s057.63
    30.00 27,240,00
    119.60  2,914.26
    646.89 19,338.08
           3 ,540. 00
   761.16 12,257.89
           6,440.55
 1,629.61 28,352.96
          15, 233.08
          21, 664.61
   395.23 17,800.90
          14,320.00
    71.50 8,091.37
           6;,104.47
   719.66 14,225.42

   293.84 13,215.23
          16 637.08
          16, 132.06
          21,453.00
          16, 522.00

   661.75 46,374.50
           7s 252.01

   282.00 4,042.45
   14.25 13,440.75
   113.29 18,704.02
   25.00  2,605.00
   130,00 7,240.00
           4,495.56
   918.29 23,330.27
   17.50  6,288.37
           6 ,324.97
             335.00
           2,072.50




 









Encum-   Freee
brances   Balance



College of Law
Adm. Divisional Exp.
  Instruction
College of Education
Aam. Divisional Exp.
.gr. Educ.-Voc.Educ.
  Bureau of Sc.hool Serv.
  Business Education
  Distributed Occupational
  Administration
  Educational Psychology
  Elementary Educ - tion
  Elemsntary Scihool
  University High School
  History of Educstion
  Home Economics Education
  Philosophy of Education
  Placement Bureau
  Secondary Educa-tion
  Trades and Industries
Graduate School
Graduatc School
           Re stricted
Summer School
  a dministration
  Instruction
  Mis callancous



9, 35.00
28,$700.00

7,712. 28
23 500.00
9,540.00
   550.00
 4,400.00
 2,450.00
 4,660.00
 4,580.00
 14,750.00
 34, 240. 00
 5,360.00
 15,770.00
 6,810.00
 2,250.00
 7,4., 00
 10,825.00

 2,700.00
 10,900.00

 3,020.00
 69 5l3.86
 2,8,50.00



  761.55
3,110.OO

1,241.84
3,044.38
1, 1--9. 50
   50.00
   871.,68
   2i11.50
   555e00
   480.00
1, 780.04
3 116.43
  900.00
1,874.62
  770.00
  345.00
  957.00
1,664.*58

  777.81
  630.00



238.89   8,364. 56
         25, 590,00

  48,50   6,421,94
  149.30  20,306.32
  5.50  8,385.00
             500.00
           3,528,32
           2,208.50
           4,105.00
           4,100.00
   42D.60 12,927.36
1,001.$48  30,122.09
   44., 75  4,915.25
          13, 895.38
   20.00   6,020.00
           1,905.00
           6,4 87.00
           9, 160.42

  293.25   1,628.94
          10,270.00



  34, 3, 50
61, 314,13



2,676.50
8,199.73
2,850.00



Botanl6al Gardon            1,250.00
University Extension       24,900.00
University Ext.-Undis.Exp. 6,850.90
Library                    60. L0,23
              Total   4l1086,903.29



.UXII.IAY ENTERPRISES

  Men.s Residence Halls  $; 15,037.90
  Campus Book Store         1,250.00
  House Dept.Women's Ros.
          Halls            36,573.00
  Commissary-Dining Hall   55,301.50
  Post Offic_               5.766.50



Total



3.1928.90



     301.50
   4, 860.90

   9.370. 14
0197p 3455.72



$ 2,319.80
       4rI00

   3, 595.19
     709.21
   1O 09.56
U- 8,037.76



               948. 50
    526.50 19t512.60
    549. 8l  6,300.19
 2,81.052 48.255.57
418,948.87 B70,308.70



&



273.64 $12,p4 1.46
256.25     989.75



1, 429.,15  31 , 54 8 66
4, 221 * 14 50,371.15
  117.00 - 4239.94
ti46 297,18 99C. 593e9S



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Budget
Estimates



tures




 








Expendi-   Encum-   Free
tures      brances Balance



PHYSICAL PLANT

  Adm. Divisional Exp. o  8,094.00
  Janitorial Serv. & Sal. 28,213.00
  Janitorial Supplies      5,410.00
  Grounds Labor & Supplies 20,562.00
  Police & Traffic         3,872.00
  Insurance               12,000.00
  Heat, Light & Power     25,300.00
  Janitor - New Buildings  5,265.00
  Stores Account
  Other Dept.Exp.-Labor
  General Repairs-Lab.&
           Mat.          12,500.00
 Electrical Maintenance   6,920.00
 Water & Plumb.lviaint.   3,700.00
 Heating Syst Gem Maint.  5,650.00
 Furniture & Fixtures     2,000.00
 Central Heating Plant   24.270.00
       Total           $153 756500



$ 2, 253.03
  4, 297.46
    742.86
  4,3563.34

  13, 200.71
  1, 773.41
    682.00
    554.16
  5,007,14

  2,718.81
  1,517.82
    710,83
    244.24
    11.69
  2 720.60
810.798.l10



$



228.65 .i 5,612.32
         23, 915.54
1,525.53  3,1'41.81
305.92 15,892,74
          3, 872,00
          (1, 200.7J2
2,890.05 20,636.54
          4, 583,OC.
2,885.51 (3,439.67
          (5,007.l  



1,139.55  8 641,6-
   305.07  5,097.11
   44.38  2,944.79
            5,405.76
    13.30  1,975.01
  5. 165.39 165,34.01
$14.503.15 08 .454,75



Statement of Unexpended Plant Fund
        As of September 30, 1941

            University Funds



Budget
7E. I-i mq ,it.A



Expendi
rMi ilr  



3al1nlces



Encum-  Free
brances Balance



STATE APPROPRIAT IONS



Library Equipment
Sci. & Lab. Equip.
Engineering Equip.
       TOTALS



$ 10,000.00
  20,000.00
  25. 000.00
$ 55.000.00



4  539.53
     58* 10
  3. 611.06
- 4.208,69



$ 1,700.99 $ 7, 759.48
  7,993,77 110948,13
10.553.28 10,835.66
20a248.04 3B0. 543.27



Service Building
P.Ws.A  Pr@oject No.
      1-Rest,
P.W.A.,Project No.
      2-Rest.
P.W.A.,,Project Noo
       2-Rest.



4 6,100.00  $ 5,000.00 $

35, 770.00

16,165.00   7,605.00



6-15.00



Breckinridge & Kinkead 15,320.00
Dicker House             336.00
       TOTALS       S74. 306.00



$ 1,100.00

35, 770.00

8,560.00



    168.75               446.25
    3,583.34   1,186.67 10,549.99
      84000     2_
71G. 44109         Q.67 61. 438. 67 b6. 426,24



C129,306.00 $20,649.78 $21,686.71936,969.51



11



BudEact
Estiimat e s



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Statement of Departmental Appropriations

For July, August and September, 1941

          Experiment Sta tion



Budget
Est imates



Expend-   Encum-   Free
tures     brances Balance



GENERAL ADMINISTRATION OFFICE
   General Administra.e 8 4949.00



811,579.76 $ 1i980.65 834.388.59



EXPERIMENTAL WORK
   Agronomy
   Animal Husbandry
   Animal Pathology
   Chemistry
   Entomology & Botany
   Farm Economics
   Markets & Rural Fin.
   Horticulture
   Home .Economics
   Robinson Sub-Station
   West.Ky. Sub-Station
   Dairy Farm
   Animal Nutrition
   Publication & Library
   Creamery License
   Feed & Fertilizer
   Public Serv.Lab.
   Poultry
   Serum Sales
   Special Work
   Additions & Better. _



69,740.00
25,067.00
19,500.00
26,120,00
43,950.00
31,651.00
24,935.00
11,715.00
5,090.00
17,692.53
24,984.95
15,537.00
4,495.00
14,035.00
11,470.00
48,170.00
20,250.00
11,925.00
   500.00
 3,147.00
 2-9Q0.00



$16,016.36 $  663.19
  4,920.27  1,584,36
  3,919.99     13.50
  5,963.43    748,62
  7,710.47    332,00
  7,771.51    101.24
  5,977.33      9.45
  3,167.85    153.00
  1,153.49     31.14
  3,855.46   498,50
  5,058.85   617.08
  3,187.36   770.14
  1,032.49     4.00
  1,370.91    34.93
  1,621.81   715.15
  7,868.00  4,047.00
  4,031.86    91.14
  2;449.85   208.08
              59.87
    786.75
    375D00



$53,060.45
18, 562,37
15, 566.51
19,407,95
35, 907.53
23, 778.25
18,948,22
  8,392.15
  3,905,37
  13,338,57
  19, 309,02
  11, 579,50
  3,458.51
  12, 629.16
  9,133.04
  36 255,00
  16,127,00
  90267.07
    440,13
  2,360,t25
  2.528.00



  Toa 4284.4~829.4.O64393             5 - - - - -0-
432$874. 48 788.239.04 "0.684..39 8 3S3.951,,05-



F



Total




 







Statement of Departmental Ap ropric.tions
   For July, .^ur:ust and September, 1941

         Agricultural Extension



Bud{,et
IStima ies



F'xpendi-  :Tncum-  Free
tures     brL nces  Balance



AGRICULTIU.L EXTENSION



   General Administra-
        tion           $ 21,030.00

Public PRelations
    Publications         16,878.00
    Public Information    8,000.00
.Extension Service-General
    County Agents       417,172.00
    Home Den. Agents     144,885.00
    Clothing               3,900.00
    Foods                  7,400.00
    Junior Clubs           51,833.00
    Agronomy               21,972.00
    Dairy                   9,825.00
    Animal Husbandry       15,960.00
    Markets                 9,256.00
    Farm Management         7,290.00
    Poultry                13,100.00
    Horticulture           13,000.00
    Veterinary Science      3,700..Do
    Agriculcural Engineer.  9,590.00
    Farm & Home Week          900.00
    Home Management         7,900.00
    Rural Sociology           900.00
    Forestry                2,740.00
    Admin. Retirement  7_887,33
            Total       S 795.118.33



S  4,448.90


   2, 205.89
   2,087.87

   96, 522.72
   34, 688.98
     978.83
   1, 653.75
   11, 221.79
   5,395.40
   2,248.44
   2, 598.99
   2,494.74
   1,853.30
   3,139.29
   3,071.60
      836.15
    2,145.43

    1,756.53
       21.25
       786.63

S 230.206.53



$ 16,581.10


  14, 672.11
  5,912.13

  320, 649.28
  110,196.02
  2,921.17
  5,746.25
  40,611.21
  16, 576.60
  7,576.56
  13,361.01
  6,761.26
  5,436.70
  9, 960.71
  9,928.40
  2,813.85
  7,444.57
     900.00
   6,143.47
     678.75
   1,953.32
   7.837. 33
8614.911.80



Statement of Unexpended Plant Fund Balances
        As of September 30, 1941

           Exl~erimn Station.



                          Budcet
  _________________________ Estimat-es
hobin-o  Bld. Funa-Riest.4 2.179.20
.:%nimai  t o~iovoty Bldg.  55,304.00
    Restricted            o.OOO.CO



Zxpenrdi-   Encum-     Free
tures       bracnces   Balance
$ 1,400.01 $          $   689.19
    5-61.57  3,_67.09  51,975.34
                   __ __ __3O O .000.00



T  2,0t1.58 $ 3,267.09 458,664.53



-



13



0'53p983.20



TOTAL




 





           14
UNIVZRSITY OF KENTUCKY
   nestricted Funds



Balance
July 1.. 1  Receipts



Expend-    Balance
itures   Se-t. 0,'!41



College Division
  3ur.of Schiool Service
       6ulletins
  Cap .nd Gown
  Diploma Fees
  Graduate Hoods
  -Public 'elfare



3,



166. 43
,553.34
   .00
280.43
(9.05)



Alumni Association             .00
General Educ-.tion Board  7,092.06
Civil .;eronaut.Adm.Course   41.02
Dairy Products              880.42
Grapnic Arts                 26.11
Jackson Public Schools    10o51.49
Meat Laboratory           1,889.14
PaU.-erson Library           37.90
School Film Service       1, C,0.48
Alfred P. Sloan Found.       637.44
Vocational Rehabilitation    77.66
Ky. Cooperative Testing     775.96
Kentucky Reprint            119.65
Bulletin nheceipts        1,095.90
English Lending Libr&ry         .00
Reseaich in Deafmutism    1,000.00
Radio Research              456.30
Commerce Fund                44.72
National Research               .26
Patterson House                2.07
Treining School Cafe.
         _quipment
Tatham Springs            2,213.24
Union Bldg. Cafe.Equip. (19,331.20)
Homc "conomics Bldg.           3.35
Training School Cafe.        829.49
Union Commons Cafeteria   2,077.32
Gsology Truck Fund           649.18
Luxury iund of Res.Halls     61.00
Athletics                  7,573.90
Gr-.nts-in-A-d            5,699, 05
Union Bldg.-Adm. & op.    4,356.12
Kentuckian                1, 663.72
Kentuc'ky Engin;6r           229,* 6
Kentucky Kernel              936.14Z
Lectures-Sum!.icr Schoo.o   576.22
L.Tcturls' -hsgular          23*.C0
Stu&d.nt Officerst Uniforrms  225.-* O
Stuu4xnt Band Uniforms    1,451.C1
MYusical Org.nizations    1,995.92
Intiramuri:.l -ports          72.21
Univwr-iiy H.S. Activitwics   .00



,    75. 60$
   445.00
   284.00
 1,128.00
       .00
    263.00
       .00
    640.00
       .00
       .00
       .00
       1.55
    400.00
    559.12
 11, 922.30
       .00
       933
     63.32
     14.85
     269.84
       .00
       .00
       6.50
       .00
    1 50. 00



      .00
1,003.39
      .00
      .00
   890.00
10,388.37
   234.35
   60.00
 9,630.83
 12,259.75
 15, 327.95
   593.50
   127.40
1,  2 } ,42.70
   554.75
   q:0O .60
      .00
   300.00
   81:2.50
   20.98
   084- . 00



     .00 $
     3.00
     2.40
   12.00
     .00
     .00
4,025.07
  381. 04
     .00
     .00
  258.63
1, 340.99
   31.78
   648.44
3, 479.80
      .00
   42.38
      .00
   36.00
      .00
      .00
      .00
      .00
      .00
   22.00

      .00
3, 450.12
      .00
      .00
   237.09
12, 025.27
    43.15
    5*44
14, 524.51
   111.81
 3, 9z-. s.3
     2.50
   330.32
 5,550.41
 1, 013."20
    1.i . 00
    117.2.5
    l27.10
    2 .75A
    1 .. 00
    2,Q00



   24 2, 03
 3, 995.34
   281.,60
 1,396.43
    (9 .05)
    263.00
 3,066.99
   299.98
   8330 .42
   26.11
   792 81
   549.70
   406.12
 1, 541.16
 9,079.94
    77.66
    743.21
    182.97
 1,074.75
   269 .84
 1,000.00
   456.30
   51.22
       .26
   130.07

(4 000.00)
   t 233.49)
(19,331.20)
      8.35
 1, 482.40
    440 *042
    340 .39
    115.56
  2,730.22
  17, 836.99
  15, 7?0.12
  2,2;54.72
     26.04
  7,628.43
    1_7. 77
    620.53
    103.15
  1,:w ..1
  2,805.67
     -78 * 19




 









Restricted Funds (Continucd)



Elementc.r.y School  $
Scholarships
Sears,Roebuck Sch.
Sullivan Scholarships
Brent Fund
W. R. 1eredith M1emoria
EnciAneering Defense Fu
J. B. Sax Lecture Fund
General Deposits
Student Deposits-(Key,
    Linen & Room)
College Collections
Haggin Trust Fund
Haggin Invested
Organizations Fund
Returned Caecks
Military Shortage
ciscellaneous
Campus Book Store
        Total



S4la~nce
Julyt 1. IAl i~ccei-ots

      .00 $   370.50
   347.99     644.88
      .00   2,200.00
    90.00     513.00



    14.78
      .00
  124.34
  561.50
     8. 10

15, 527.75
   254.93
45,431.42
22,500.00
1,205.50
      ,00
      1.00
30,454.93
11. 75.68



      .00
    10.50
11, 528.00
      .00
12,922.00

4,144.00
2,480.24
7,901.42
      .00
 1,760.55
   467.,4 5
   174.79
      .00
      .00



S156.269.06 EL26.941.43



Expend-



        .00
     602.88
        .00
        2.5GO
        .00
        .00
 11,471.76
        .00
      12.00

   3,066.00
     103.68
   3,395.35
        .00
        .00
   1, 689.10
     191.08
  29, 592.55
        ,.00
$101.951.15



al.l.nce



    370.50
    389.99
  2,20O.00
     600.50
     14.78
     10,5C
     180, 56
     561.50
 12,918.10

 16, 605.75
   2,631,49
 49,937.90
 22, 500.00
   2,936.05
   (1,221.65.
     (15.29.
     862.38
. 11,375.68
Slol.!259.n4



Itur-s   Sc-ot. 30, 14L
                 ..... n-.




 






16



UNIVERSITY OF K-NTUCZY

  Restricted Funds



Balance
1940-41



Receipts   Expendi-  Balance
               _ _  _~Be,, et~o30.'41



Agricultural Experiment Station
   Cream Grading        $ 1,616.85
   Poultry Improvement      250.39
   Periodic Opthalmia    11,336.64
   T. V. A.              (1,547.57)
   F. E. ni. A.              47.04
   Miscellaneous          2,415.08
   General Education Bd.  6,476,04
   Rlesearch in Equine
      Diseases            9 493.42
   Robinson Building Fund t776.52)
   Robinson kisC.Invested 4,450.72
   Western Ky. Invested   1,500.64
               Total    635,162.73



Agricultural Extension D vision
   County and Other     $ 8,562.79
   T. V. A.



$ 2,000.00
2,000.00
    12.20
  1,635.24
      8.50



@ 1,58'4.l2 $ 2,032.73
1,276.73     973.66
   574. 0  10,774.44
 2,204.31  (2,216.94)
    29.50      25.04
    50.48   2,364.60
  2,304.28   4,171.76



5,006.26     215.34   14,281.34
2,179.20     713.49      689.19
             2,000.00   2,450.72
                         1.500.64
$12,838.40 *S10.952.95 637.048,18



V 5,912.92



Total      8,532.?79 S 5.912.92



4   125.28 414,350.43
  7.285.18 _7.285.1JL
  7,410.46 U 7,065.25




 





17



                 * * *F * * * * * * *

    2. On motion, duly seconded and passed, the re-
       port was ordered received and a record made
       in these minutes.
                 * * * * it it * it * *


C. Report of Committee on Pro-oosed Office Building for A.A.A.

The following report was submitted by President Donovan:



     REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE TO THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES
     ON THE PROPOSED AGRICULTURAL ADJUSTMENT ADMINIS-
                    TRATION BUILDING

     At the meeting of the Executive Committee of the Board
of Trustees of the University of Kentucky on July 25, 1941,
the President reported that he had been in correspondence
and conference with the officials of the Agricultural Ad-
justment Administration with regard to the University s
erecting a suitable office building for rental to that or-
ganization.   The AAA formally requested the University to
build an office building on or near the campus of the
University for their use.   It was stated by the officials
of the AAA that the rental would be suffi cient to amor-
tize the cost of the construction over a period of ten
or twelve years if they continued to occupy the building.

     There has been no question in the mind of those who
represent the administration of the University of Kentucky
regarding the desirability of having the AA, the Experi-
ment Stations the College of Agriculture and other Uni-
versity agencies, housed in close proximity to cach
other.   It has been recognized by all these agencies that
it is highly desirable for them to work together and to
cooperate in the administration of their several programs.

     At the meeting of the Executive Committee in July
the Chairman authorized the appointment of a committee to
study the question of the erection and rental of a build-
ing for use as an office building by the AA.    President
Donovan, Dean Cooper, Dean Graham and Comptroller Peterson
were named on this committee.

     The committee has continued to study this problem.
Since that date it has held a number of conferences with
offi cials of the AAA, and has carried on considerable cor-
respondence with these officers.    It has investigated
the possibilities of being able to erect a building, and
at