xt76125q8f37 https://exploreuk.uky.edu/dips/xt76125q8f37/data/mets.xml Lexington, Kentucky University of Kentucky 19111023 minutes English University of Kentucky Contact the Special Collections Research Center for information regarding rights and use of this collection. Minutes of the University of Kentucky Board of Trustees Minutes of the University of Kentucky Board of Trustees, 1911-10-sep23-ec. text Minutes of the University of Kentucky Board of Trustees, 1911-10-sep23-ec. 1911 2011 true xt76125q8f37 section xt76125q8f37 

     At a meetiTgof the Executive Committee, State University,

 held at the Phoenix Hotel, Saturday, September 23rd. 1911,

 there were present Messrs. C. B. Nichols, CassiusM.Clay and

 Re. C. Stoll. On motion made and carried the reading of the min-

 utes was postponed for the present.

    A requisition for supplies for the Agricultural Depart-

ment was presented by Prof. II.A. Scovell, and upon motion

made, seconded and carried, by unanimous vote, the yeas and

nays being called, thequestion as to what would be allowed on

requisition was submitted to President Barker and Prof. M. A.

Sco^teL. .to consider same, with full power to act.  On a second

motion, made, seconded and earried, on call of the yeas -and

nays, the question of salary for Prof. :arman was left to the

same Committee, with power to act.

    Mrs. Sarah Marshall appeared before the Committee and re-

quested that she be given an increase in salary, on account

of the extra work imposed upon her this year.  Upon motion

made by Mr. R. C. Stoll, which wan seconded, and upon call of

the yeas and nays, unanimously carried, the following order

was made:

    That the salary of Mrs. Marshall be fixed At $600. per

year, for wich she will perform the duties heretofore required

of her, and in addition perform the same duties in the houses

rented by the University that she is required to perform in

the dormitories upon the campus, and that she give such time

Ra is necessary for such purposes to .oth the dormitories upon

the campus and the houses rented by the University.

   Riss Hamilton, Dean of Women, came before the Committee and

asked that extra rooms be prepared upon the fourth floor at


Patterson Hall, which will be necessary to supply rooming space

forthe girls now in Patterson Hall, the rooms at present being

inadequate. On motion made seconded and unanimously carried,

by a call of the yeas and nays, President Barker and the Business

Agent were made a committee to take up this matter and given full

power to act, but the improvements here mentioned, including

some culinary supplies, shall not exceed the sum of $1500.

    By unanimous tote, President Barker was authorized to exe-

cute a bond to the Federal Government, as required by Federal

laws, for an extra supply of guns to be furnished the State


    It was moved and seconded that an account presented by

Major Kelly, amounting to $46.40 due the Federal Government

for the loss of some of the armory supplies for the past few

years, be paid. The yeas and nays were called and it was

unanimously carried.

    Itwas suggested at this point that hereafter the President

of this University shall at each meeting of the Executive Com-

mittee submit a written report covering all of the applications

for the various departments or any other demands that may be

asked against the University, calling for the expenditure of

money, and in said report he shall set forth his recommendation

as to each such request or demand so made.

    On motion made and seconded, the committee then adjourned

to meet at the Phoenix Hotel, at eleven o'clock on Thmusday

September 28, 1911.