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    Minutes of the regilar monthly meeting of the Executive Com-
rMittee of the Board of Trustees of the University of Kentucky
for Tuesday, March 24, 1931.


     The Executive Com-mitt'ee of the Board of Trustees of the Uni-
versity of Kentucky ."let in the President's Office at the Universi-
ty on Tuesday, March 24, 1931, at 10:30 a.. m.  The following mem-
bers were present: Judge m.. C. Stoll, Mtir. Robert G. Gordon, and
Mr. Joe B. Andrews.  :i'eeting with the Board were President Frank
L. HoVey and Wellington Patrck, Secretary of the Boards

     The minutes of the previous meeting were approved as publishes



     1, Report of the Business Agent.     The r eport
Agent was read and ordered -published in the records
was as follows:



of the Business
   The report



EXHIBIT "B"t



Statement of Income and Expenditures
      Month of February 1931



                            Previously
                            Reported
General Fund Inco.me
Federal Appropriation   42,750.00
Vocational Ed. Bd.       10,822.37
Dairy Bldg. Vq-aipment -
    State Appropriation   8,258.18
 Speetal Agri,. Appro.   26,805.G62
 State Tax               620,'713.12
 Int. on Liberty Bonds       850.00
 Into on Endowment Bonds  4,322.025
 Student Fees             78, 770.65
 Student Fees - Sum.Sch. 42, 129.35
 Student Fees - U.H.S.    4,024.80
 Student Fees - E1.Tr.Sch. 6,315.00
 Student Fees - Univ. Ext. 12,305.28
 Teachers Training Bldg.
     Eouip. - St. Appro. 3.0,o00,  
 Miscellaneous Receipts   8 83.
 Service Bldg. - St. Annro.
 Rentels                  25,000.00
        Rental S ~~1 a944.00 
 State Appropriation -
             Surm-.ier Sch. 10,000.00



Cur rent
Honth



262, 596.36


72, 388.15
     18.25
  3,360.00
  2, 538.QO
  3,341,98


    777.64


    ?.90.*00



Fiscal
Year
To Date



42, 750.00
10,822.37

  8, 268.18
  26, 805.62
883, 309.48
    850 . 00
  4, 322.25
151,158,80
42, 147.60
  7, 84t80
  8,853.00
  15,647.26

  30,000,00
  9 597.82
  25,000.00
  2, 234.00



10,000.00




 







2.



.ITents Pormitories
               Total



13 329.42   9,334.90
-947t17:0.22 354,645.28



   22,664. 32
1,301, 815.50 ;



Txpenditures
  Inscruction
  A&c.. Expense & 1aint.
  Add. & Better-ments
               Total



  519,926.66
  172,327.97
  _361 722. 42
1, 053S,977.05



81,042.32
25,072.32
39.456.21
145 ,570.85



  800,968.98
  197, 400,29
  401, 178k 63
1,199, 547.90



Excess of Income over
  Expenditures



Patterson Hall Income
Board
  i.iiscellaneous Receipts
  Room Zent - Summer Schl
               Tota.l



_(10,,806.83)209,074.43



34j 630.90
   189.30

39, 293.45



Expenditures
  Expense                   27,947.?4
  Additionb & Betteftehts       42.50
               Tota1    . 27 ,   .7-4
  Excess of Inco:me over
    Expenditures            11,303.71



General Fund Income
General Fund Expend.
  Excess of General Fund
  Incom,,e over Expend



16,899.88
    15.50



13'J, Ib. 6b



7,096,03
  200.00
7,296.03

9,619.35



  986,463.67 371,560.66
1.081,966,79 152,866.88

  (95,303.12)218,693.78



Excess of Expenditures over
Receipts for General Ledger
Accounts                (17,425.98)

Excess of Receipts over Ex-
penditures for the fiscal
year to date - General Fuiln.
                        (112.329.10)



15,511.99



                            ---4 25 7
Excess of Receipts over Ex-
penditures for the fiscal
year to date - General Fund

Cash in Bank July 1, 1930 -
   General Fund


Cash in Bank February 28, 1931 -
   General Fund



102,267.60



  51, 580i z8
     204080
   4,4253.25
5',208,83



35,043,27
   242.50
3542,853.77



20,923a06



1, 338,024.33
1, 234,833.67

   123,190.66



   (l. 1S3. 9S)



121,276.67



121,275,67



(47,020.97)



74,255.70



234,205.77




 








Trust Fund Incone
Student Loan Fund
  Student Notes Paid
        Total Receipts

Expenditures
Expense
  Student Notes
         Toto.l

  Excess of Expenditures
    over Receipts



  1,374.43     87.70
  3 387.50   666.50
=5 -   . 93   754. 20

     330.?.4    42.00
   4 989.50  1,383 , 50



   (257.81) (671.30)



1, 762.13
4,054.00
5, &16. 13


  372.24
6, 373, 00
-26 745.24


(929.11)



Excess of Sxpenditures over
Receipts for the f i sca1
year to date - Trust Fundc
Cash in Bank July 1, 1930 -
  Trust Fund
Cash in Bank February 28, 1931
  - Trust Fund



Experi-ment Station Income
  Hatch - Federal Apnro.   11,-25000
  Milk and Butter - Cash
      Receipts             7 489.09
  Beef Cattle Sales         1, 477. 74
  Dairy Cattle Sales          438.92
  Sheep Sales                 532.02
  Swine Sales                 608.53
  Poultry Sales             1,671.96
  Farm, Produce Sales       1,451.08
  Horticultural Sales         182.25
  Seed Tests                   34.00
  Rentals                   3,147.69
  IHiscellaneous              591439
  Fertilizer - Fees        10, 272.50
  Public Service - St.
      Appro.               10, 999.,98
  Public Service - Misc.       35.00
  Feeding Stuffs - Fees    45,927.80
  Adams - Fed. Appro.      11,250.00
  Serug - Sales             1,292.50
          Virus Sales          85.05
   "i  - Live Stock Snles      15.00
   H   - Supply Sales          69.45
        - Miscellaneous           .15
  State Appropriation      31,345.84
  Oreamery - License Fees   6,643,50
           - Testei's License2,202.00
           - Glassware Tested 369o50
  Robinson - State Approa    8,806.95
  'V Ky. -  State Appro.     9,698.50



980. 55
  14.80
  174.20
  1.67
  210,13
  312. 05
  262.55

  1.00
  107.67
  392.94
4,852.50



5,120,21

   83.80
   7.5i3

   11.70



   52.00
   80.94



8,469.62
1 492. 54
  613 * 12
  533.69
  818.66
1 984.01
1s 713.63
  182.25
    35.00
3 255.36
   984.33
15 125. 00

10,9599,98
     55 00
51 , 048. 01
11,250,00
1 376.30
    92.70
    15.00
    81,15
      I15
33i, 545.84
6,643,50
2 254, 00
   460,44
 8, 806, 95
 9,696,50



(929.41)

995.11



66.00




 





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Purnell - Fed. Appro.
Stat-e Appro. - Patterson
  Farm Purchase
Nursery Inspection G-
  State Appropriation
Nursery Inspection -
   Fees
Apiary Inspection - St.
   Appropriation
Cream Grading
Poultry Improvement
B1ood Test
           Total



45,000.00

25,000.00

1,963.42

1,240.03

    91. 33
 42850r00
 2,130,00
 1,15?.75
249, 37.89u



40.00



45;,000.00

25,000.00

1 ,966e42

1,280.00



                 91.33
  1,566.66   0 416,60
              2,190,00
    80.75    ,1 233.50
14,353.75   263,730.64



Expenditures
Expense                   245, 3S1.17
  Additions and Better.     7,142.27
             Total        252 403.44
  Excess of Expend. over     M
  Income                   3, 026.55)



30,595,55
   163.84
30, 759.39



275, 816t72
  7 346.11
283 152,83



(1605.64)    (19432.19)



Excess of Expenditures over Inceme
for the fiscal year to date - Ex-
periment Station
Cash in Bank July 1, 1930 - Experi-
ment Station
Cash in Bank February 28, 1931 -
Ex-eaknent Station



Extension Division Income
  Federal Smith-Lever     152,241.30
  Federal Additional Co-op. 29,000.00
  Federal Supplementary    54,642.56
  Fed. Oapper.-Ketcham     379291.95
  S&tit Smith-Lever        71,518.58
  State Capper-Ketcham        472.50
  County and Other          1 9910 39
              Total     _317 ,1_58.28



318.80
318. 8S



(1S, 432,19)

35,1S91,01

15,759.72



152,241.30
29,000.00
54,642, 56
37,291.95
71,518.58
    472..50
  2,34410.19
  34,477.08-



Expenditures
  Expense



230, 356.80



36f, 989. 44



267, 346.24



Excess of Income over
   Expenditures



116, 801.48



(36 670.64)



Excesa of Income over Ex-
  penditures for the firscal
  year to date - Extension Div.
Cash in Bank July 1, 1930 - Ex-
   tension Division
Cash in Bank February 28, 1931 -
   Extension Division



80, 130, 84

2.973,18



83 104.02




 



5.



Summary
  General Fund Income
  Trust Fund Income
  Experiment Station Inco.-



986,463.67 371,560.66
1,574,43     87.70



                        249, 376. 89
Extension Div. Income  347,158. 28
               Total  1,584,673.27
General Fund Expend,  1,081i,95i6.79
Trust Fund Expend.         330.2,4
Experiment Sta. Exp.   252,403.44
Extension Div. Expend.. 230,356.80
               Total  1,565,057.27



Excess of Income over Ex-
pend itures



14, 353. 75
    318,80
386, 320.91
152,856.88
     42.00
 30, 759. 39
 36 989 44
 220,66;{7, 71



19, 616. 00 165, 683.20



Excess of Expenditures over Re-
  ceipts for General Ledger
  Accounts              (17,425.98)

Student Loan Fund -Notes (1.602.00



Excess of Receipts over Ex-
penditures for the fiscal
year to date - Combined
Fund



15, 511.99

  (717.00)



588.02 180,458.19



1,358,024.33
    1, 782.13

  263, 730.64
  347, 4??, 08
1.970,994.18
1,234,833,67
      372!24
  283,102,83
  267, 346.24
1   5 ffcxee


  185,279.20



  (1,913.99)

  C2,319.00)



181,046.21



Excess of Receipt over Ex-
penditures for the fiscal
year to date   Combined
Fund



181,04-6.21



Cash in Bank and on hand July 1,
1930 - Combined Fund



(5. 860.77)



Cash in Bank and on hand February
28, 1931 - Combined Fund



175,185,44



Abstract of item shown on statement of
Income and Expenditures as "Excess of
Expenditures over Receipts for General
Ledger Accounts, .,1,9 13.99" .



Debit



Accounts Receivable

Insurance Paid in Ad-
      vance



Credit

73,946.57



5, 932.35



Sundry Accounts
Not e s Payabl e



30,071.79



100, 000.00
105,932 .35
104 018. 36
  1,91 3.9n



104 018.36




 






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     2. Library Stacks. The installation of library stacks and
delivery system for books in the library was discussed.  Presi-
dent hcVey made a statement that these items were not included
in the contract for the building and to irstall them would cost
between $15,000 and $20,000, depending on the character of the work.
After consideration, a motion was mrade, seconded., and carried that
these items be left for future consideration after the budget is
ready.

     3. Progress of Buildings.   President ::cVey reported the prog-
ress on the various buildings now in construction at the University.
He indicated that the Library will be completed about April 1, 1931'
that the Observatory is -etty well on toward completion; a-id that
progress is being made on the other buildings now under construc-
tion.

     4. Budget for 1931-1932.   The preliminary consideration of
the budget for 1931-1932 was brought before the Conm-nittee, and
President 'MIcVey made a brief statement regarding the prospective
inopme and expenditures for the coming year.   He indicated tht
he would have the budget ready for consideration at the next meet-
ing.

     5. Tax on Mineral Rights at Robinson Sub-Experiment Station.
President 7cVey stated to the Com.rnmittee that ar. 0. E. Robinson
had recently given to the University the coal rTights in the Uni-
versity property at Quicksand. , Taxes on these, ha ever, were not
paid for last year, and the Breathitt County authorities are asking
the University to pay the taxes.   The matter was referred back
to the president with instructions to have the matter taken up with
the sudge of the fiscal murt for adjustment.

     6. Exhibit at the Worldts Fair, 1932. The following resolu-
tion regarding the Kentucky exhibit at the World's Fair in Chicago
in 1932 was offered, seconded, and adopted:

          That the College of Agriculture and the.Agricultura1
     Experiment Station accept the invitation to prepare a to-
     bacco exhibit for the "Century of Progress," World's Fair,
     at Chicago, in 1932, provided that the necessary space
     shall be furnished by the fair officials, and that all funds
     required for such exhibit shall be provided either through
     direct appropriation on the part of the state, or through
     the "Century of Progress" state committee; the pronosed
     gereral plans for the exhibit and expenditure will be pre-
     sented to the Board of Trustees for its consideration.




 






7.



     7. Salaries of County Agents. President 1 cVey stated to
the Committee that a num.i'ber of county agents in a nunAber of the
counties are not able to collect their salaries from. the counties
and that a portion of their salaries is being paid by warrants
which these agents are not able to cash.   He asked that a plan
be worked out whereby the county agetts can have their salaries
advanced by assigning future salaries against the advance so
made on uncollected warrants.   The Latter was discussed and ad-
ditional information was requested aa to possible cost.

     8, Purchase of 1Multigraph. A reouest from the Exoerii.-Cent
Station for the purchase of a multigraph was presented to the Com-
mittee. After a discussion a motion was made, seconded, and
adopted authorizing the purchase of the multigraph.

     9. Report on Insurance. At a previous -nfeeting of the Com-
mittee Mr. Scott of Klair and Scott made some suggestions in
regard to changes in buildings which would affect the insurance
rate of the University.   These suggestions were referred to the
Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds for a report.   A mnotion
was .hade, seconded, and carried reqiuesting the Superintendent of
Buildings and Grounds to have ready at the next meeting of the
Board a report which will sho-w the cost of making the changes
recommended by the insurance agent.

    10. House Bothers for Fraternities.   otion was maade,
seconded, and carried that after July-l, 1932, all fraternities
at the University shall employ house motIers who shall be acce-pt-
able to the University of Kentucky, and employed under such regu-
lations as the University of Kentucky may prescribe.

    11. Appointments, Resignations, and Leaves of Absence.    The
following list of appointments, resignations, and leaves of ab-
sence was presented and on motion, duly seconded, approved:

     Appointment of Weiss Katherine Ham.mack as secretary to the
Placement Bureau at a salary of $80.00 a month effective Larch
15, 1931.

      Temporary appointment of :iss Elizabeth Wood as secretary
to the Department of Horme Economics Education at a salary of
460 a month effective February 1, 1931.

     Appointment of Miss Mary Holloway as office assistant in
Trnglish at a stipend of $40 a month, effective February 15, 1931.

     Appointment of Piss Lilian i. Lindenbergen as mnatron at
Smith Hall for the year 1931-1932 at a salary of $750.




 





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     Appoint erent of . rs. Margaret ::cKenney as secretary to the
Athletic Association at a salary of $'1800 effective J:ay 1, 1931.

     Continuation of employ-mnt of tiss Mirian K;. Jay, homte demon-
stration agent, Ohio County, at a salary of $150 a month, effective
larch 1, 1931, to January 30, 1932.

     Appointment of i . J. B. Williams, assistant County Agent,
 Tayette County, at a salary of 100 a month, effective March
 1, to June 30, 1931.

     Appointment of Mtiss Isiria Jay, assistant Home DemoxEtlation
Agent, Hopkins County, at a salary of $100 a month, effective
February 20 to March 31, 1931.

     Resignation of Mai Douglas Lander as secretary to the Plac-
ment Bureau, effective MHarch 15, 1931e

     Continuation of employment of Aaron Lee, county agent, 1'c-
Preary County, from M1arch 1 to December 1, 1931, at a salary of
,$150 a month was approved,

     The continuation of employment of S. L. Isabell, county agent,
Floyd County, from March 16 to December 31, 1931, at a salary of
.150 a monthwas approved.

     The appointment of R~aymone. Gilbert as assistant county agent,
:Iarion County, trom '-arch 23 to June 30, 1931, at a salary of
125 a month was approved.

     The appointment of .iss Richie Stevenson, as home de-mzonstra-
tion agent  Hardin County, from .'arch 17 to June 30, 1931, at a
salary of $150 a month was approved.

     The continuation of employment of H. B. Cravens as county
agent, Breathitt County, from Mtarch 1 to June 30, 1931, at a sal-
ary of $166 2/3 a month was approved.

     Resignation of Miss Katherine 0,9rr as office assistant in
the Department of English, February 15 193'., was accepted.

     Termination of employment of l.r. .T. E. Williamson, tobacco
grader at 1.1ayfield, at the close of business ::arch 31, 1931.

     Termination of employment of 1M'r. J. Z. Farmer and tar. J. W.
3reathitt, tobacco graders at Paduca.h at the close of business
March 7, 1931.




 







                               9.


     Resig-nation of lirs. Katherine Lyon as secretary to the Ath-
letic Association, effective May 1, 1931.

     Leave of absence for thirty days from. August 9 to September
8' 1931, with pay was granted to Dr. W. D. Nicholls for the pur-
pose of travel in Europe.


                               Respectfully submitted,


                                     Wellington Patrick, Secretaery
                                          Board of Trustees