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~ That the Board_of Trustees reatlirm_the action of the executive committee _  
f the I instructing the President of the University to notify the Dean of the College ‘
Engg. Of Agriculture, together with the Director of the Experiment Station and the V
y rl], Director of the Extension Service of such rcalhrmation, with the further state- " l
lt is V ment to the effect that the making by either Director of an appointment, or any I `
in or I expenditure of funds not already authorized, or the taking of any action in- j
I volving questions of policy, without the approval in advance of the Dean of the I
‘, art College of Agriculture (and until the permanent dean is appointed these matters . .  
Fra. must go to the acting Dean), will be regarded by this Board as an act of in- _ I
Stoll, —» subordination and will constitute a proper cause of dismissal. The President
Frank is to be responsible for the prompt reporting of any such action to the Board.
_ That as soon as practicable a practice high school for the school of educa- ,
IY UH tion, wholly under the control of the University, be provided. `
  j The faculty doing away with graduate work in absentia. ° ~ ’
A * l That no appointment or promotion to the rank of assistant professor or I
ITIII higher shall hereafter be made of any one who does not hold an earned degree I
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- The consolidation of the several colleges of engineering under the one
   A dean, to be consolidated at the expiration of one year after the date of the instal— I
,_é,I_~,’ _ lation of the new President, such dean to be selected on the rcommendation — I
*0,,,* j of the President. I
{ III ,  That the College of Home Economics shall be reinstated as a department [
Tl ‘  * in the College of Agriculture.  
HICIOI ; At the end of the academic year in which the scholarship law shall be_re— I
_Q Cm,  { pealed, the use of the present dormitories shall be discontinued, and these build- {
  _ _ ings shall be razed. ` I
ld] hi  { That an auditorium with _a seating capacity of not less than two thousand ?
r;III,I, five hundred (2,500) be provided as the first building of importance to be erected l
` ` “ _ on. the campus, and that this building shall have on the lower floor arrangements I
, IH, suitable for making exhibition of farm produce, and rooms that may be used L
,IC,I6II ' for kitchen and dining rooms for banquets or entertainments of students and °
0,,ImI ; for the social life of the University. · I .
C ,0,,, As soon as the funds are available, a central heating and lighting plant I I
,__,_,,I,I_ ~ should be provided. 1
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, I Bv liuucs K. Prvrricizsox, President Emeritus.  
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l “I";` · The original charter of the College, approved April 23, 1880, named a Board I
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Elim , of Trustees as follows; \Nilliam B. kinkead, Lexington; judge B. _l. Peters, ·
0,, IIII  I Mt. Sterling; \\’illiam H. \Nadsworth, Maysville, and Preston H. Leslie, of
esident ·‘  Monroe County, who should hold oilice until January 10, 1882; _lames P. Robin- I
T ‘“l“`  ; Sfmt Lcxington; ]udge B. F. Buckner, Lexington; _lohn G. Simrall, Louisville, I
IIW II, and G€l1erz1l Don Carlos Buell, Muhlenberg, who should hold oflice until _lI1l1l1I11`}’ l
,,-gtlrq ° mi 1884; Major Robert S. Bullock, Lexington; L. ]. Bradford, Covington; l
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