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     Minutes of the regular monthly meeting of the Executive
Committee of the Board of Trustees of the University of Kentucky
for Wedziesday, Navember 5, 1930.


     The Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees of the Uni-
versity of Kentucky meet in regular  monthly session in the Pres-
ident's Office at 10:00 a. m., November 5, 1930.   The following
members were present:  Judge Richard C. Stoll, Mr. James B. An-
drews, and Mr. James Park.  Meeting with the Board were Presi-
dent Frank L. McVey and Wellington Patrick, Secretary.

     There was no meeting of the Executive Committee during the
month of October, but the minutes of the previous meeting of the
Executive Committee were approved as published.

    1. Report of the Business Agent.   The report of the Business
Agent was presented and ordered incorporated in the minutes. The
report was as follows:


                                              EXHIBIT "B"

             Statement of Income and Expenditures
                  Month of September 1930



Previously
Reported



Current    Fiscal
Month      Year
           To Date



General Fund Income
Federal Appropriation     42,750.00
State Tax                 64,725.43
  Int. on Endowment Bonds    4,322.25
  Student Fees                 575.62
  Student Fees - Summer Scih. 4,154.75
  Student Fees - U. H. S.
  Student Fees - El. Train.
    Sch.
 Student Fees - U. Ext en.  1,513.46
 His-cel. Receipts          1,815.07
 Rentals                      547.00
 Menrs Dormitories          1,705.30
           Total           158 108.88



39, 832.96

71,603*76
    139.10
  3, 615e 80

  1, 700.00
  1 301. 00
  1, 035,98
    260.00
 11, 237,55
130, 726.15



42,750.00
104,558.39
  4,322.25
  72,179.38
  40,293.85
  3,615,80

  1,700,0D
  2,814.46
  2, 851, 05
    807.00
 12,942 85
 288.835.03




 









Exp enditures
  Instruction              1034 756,25
  Admi. Exp. and Maint.     46,270.00
  Additions and Betterments 104,026.08
               Total       254,052.33

  Excess of Expenditures over
    Income                  (95A943.45)



Patterson Hall Income
Board
Room Rent - Summer Sch.
               Total

Expenditures
  Expense

  Excess of Income over Ex-
    penditures



General Fund Income
General Fund Expend.

Excess of General Fund
    Expenditures over In-
    come



4,417.25
4,417.25


2, 892. 47


1,524.78

162,526.13
256,944.80



(94, 418.67)



81,830. 26
22, 224i, 06
57,160.65
6i1,214.97



185,586.51
68,494.06
1612186.73
415,267,30



(30,488.82) (126,432.27)


16, 708.70   1o, 708. 70
               4,417.25
16, 08.70    21,125.95


  2,031.70     4,924.17


  14,677.00    18,201.78



147,434.85
163,246.67



309,960.98
420Q 191.47



(15,81,1.82) (110,230.49)



Excess of Receipts over
Expenditures for General
  Ledger Accounts



57,150.16



Excess of Receipts over Ex-
  penditures for the fiscal
  year to date - General
  Fund                    (26,4.31.52)

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



41, 338.34



125,137. 31



14,906. 82



14, 906.82



Cash in Bank July 1, 1930 -
  General Fund
Cash in Bank September 30,
1930 - General Fund



(47,02-0.97)

(32,114.15)



Trust Fund Income
  Student Loan Fund
  Student Notes Paid
            Total Receipts



  933. 24
  818. 00
_1751, 24



71.94
500.00
571.94



1,005.18
1,318e00
2,323.18




 






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Expenditures
Expense
  Student Notes



           120.00
           640.00
Total       760.00



Excess of Receipts over
Expenditures



991 .24



Excess of Receipts over Ex-
penditures for the fiscal
year to date - Trust Fund
Cash in Bank July 1, 1930 -
  Trust Fund
Cash in Bank September 30,
1930 -- Trust Fund



Experiment Station Income
  Hatch - Federal Appro
  Milk and Butter - Cash
  Receipts
  Beef Cattle Sales
  Dairy Cattle Sales
  Sheep Sales
  Swine Sales
  Poultry Sales
  Farm Produce Sales
  Horticultural Sales
  Seed Tests
  Rentals
  Miscellaneous Receipts
  Fertilizer - Fees
  Feeding Stuffs - Fees
  Adams - Federal Appro.
  Serum - Sales
       - Virus Sales
    " - Supply Sales
 Creamery - License Fees
          - Testers Lic.
    H     - Glassware Test.



3, 750. 00



2 255.64
  221. 60
  136.92

    98. 22
  501.99
  208. 68
    64, 75
    6.00
    349, 34
  142. 31
  1 , 550, 00
12,O40,50
3,750.00
   482.23
   30,75
   14. 75
 6,471.00
 1,852,00
 170.06



Purnell.- Federal Appro.  15,000.00
Nursery Inspection - St.



Appro.



Cream Grading
Poultry Improvement
Veterinary - Blood
          Total



          341.67
- Fees    270.00
        1,650.00
          730.00
Test      363.50
       7528452e (1



1,124.00
  564.00
  24.40
  50.00
  11.04'
  115.56
  63.47
  117.50
     4.00
  129.67

Z 682. 50
6 215t75

   227.60
   10. 65
   15,65
   64,50
   108.00
   57.59


   325.00
   325.00

   193.00
12 , 428e 88



3 750.00

3, 379.64
   785.60
   161.32
   50.00
   109.26
   617 . 55
   272,15
   182,25
   10900
   479.01
   142. 31
 4,232,-50
18,256,25
3,750100
   709.93
   41.40
   30 40
 6,535t,50
 1,960,00
   227. 65
15,000,00

   341.67
   595.00
 1,975,00
   730.00
   556.50
664,880.89



   40.00
1, 283. 00
1,(33.0)


(751.06)



160.00
1,923400
-2,083.00


  240.18



2404 18

995. 11




 







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Expenditures
ExT ens e
Add. & Betterments
            Total



83,191.92

8-6,284a.13



28, 342.93
   850. 75
239,193.68



111, I 534.85
  3,942.96
115,477.81



Excess of Expenditures
  over Income



(33,832.12) (16,764.80)



(50,596.92)



Excess of Expenditures
  over Income for the
  fiscal year to date -
  Experiment Station



(50,596.92)



Cash in Bank July 1, 1930 -
Experiment Station

Cash in Bank September 30,
1930 - Experiment Station



Extension Division Income
  Federal Smith-Lever
  Federal Additional Co-
    operative
  Federal Supplementary
  Federal Capper-Ketchar,
  State Capper-Ketcham
  County and Other
                Total

Expenditures
Expense
Excess of Income over
   Expenditures



35,191.91



(15,405.01)



76, 120. 65

29, 000.00
27, 321.28
18,645.97
     67.50
 1,013. 42
153, 168. 82


56,139.83

96,028.99



   325.87
   325.87


31 115.30

(30,789.43)



76,120.65

29,000.00
27,321.28
18, 645.97
     67.50
  1, 339.29
152, 494.69


87, 255.13

65,239.56



Excess of Inoome over Ex-
penditures for the fiscal
year to date - Extension
Division



65,239.56



Cash in Bank July 1, 1930 -
Extension Division



2,973. 18



Cash in Bank Septem.ber 30,
1930 - Extension Division



68, 212.74




 









Sunmary
  General Fund             162,526.13
  Trust Fuund Inco?.e          933.24
  Experiment Station Income 52 452.01
  Extension Division Income)52,168.82
                  Total    368,080.20



General Fund Expend.
Trust Fund Expend.
Experiment Sta. Expend.
Extension Div. Expend.
                Total



256,944.80
   120.00
 86,284.13
 56,139,83
 399,488.76



147, 434.85
     71.94
 12, 428.88
    3Z5.87
160,261.54

163,246.67
     40.00
 29 193,68
 31,115.30
 223, 595.65



309,960.98
  1,005.18
  64,680.89
152,494.69
528, 341. 74

420,191.47
    160.00
115 477e 81
87,255.13
623.084.41



Excess of Expenditures
over Income



Excess of Receints over
Expend. for General
Ledger Accounts

Student Loan Fund

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



(31,408.56) (63,334.11)



67,987o15

  178.00




36,756.59



57,150.16

  (783.00)




(6,986695)



(94,742.67)



125 137. 31

   (605.00)




 29,789.64



Excess of Receipts over
  Expenditures for the
  fiscal year to date -
  Combined Fund.



Cash in Bank July 1, 1930 -
Corabined Fund



Cash in Bank September 30,
1930 - Combined Fund



29,789.64



(5,860.77)



.R3 928.87



5.




 










              Abstract of item shown on Statement
              of Income and Expenditures as "Excess
              of ReceiDts over Expenditures for
              General Ledger Accounts $"125,137.31. n



                                   Debit            Credit
     Accounts Receivable                          73,946.57

     Insurance Paid in Advance 2,551.86

     Sundry Accounts                              53x742.60

                                2,551.86         127,689.17

                                                    2,551e86

                                                  125,137.31


     2. Garnishee of Employees' Salaries.   The Business Agent
reported to the Committee that recently a good many salaries of
University employees had been garnisheadand that the matter had
become a nuisance to his office.   He asked advice of the Board
as to whether or not the salaries of University employees are
subject to garnisheement.   The mWatter was discussed, and an
order was made referring the question to the Attorney-General for
decision.

     3. Treasurer Memorial Building Fund.   A statement was read
from Mr. John R. Downing of Louisville, Kentucky, treasurer of
the Memorial Building Fund, submitting his resignation and. turning
over the funds in his possession in the amount of $75.75.    The
resignation was accepted by the Committee, and the Secretary was
directed to write Mr. Downing, expressing appreciation of the
service which he has rendered in that connection,

     4. Settlement with the J. T. Jackson Lumber Company.    Pres-
ident NoVey reported that a settlement had been made with the
J. T. Jackson Lumber Company over a controversy existing over a
considerable period of time.   He indicated that the University
had paid the J. T. Jackson Lumber Company approximately $1,900
after deducting $1,000 subscription on the Memorial Building.   A
motion was made, seconded, and carried approving of the action
of the President in making the settlement.




 





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      5* Controversy between Jackson Lumber Company and Hardymon
Lumber Company.  A letter was presented to the Committee indicat-
ing that the J. T. Jackson Lumber Company and the J. F. Hardymon
Company are in a controversy over construction work on the Teach-
er-Training Building.   The funds involved amount to approximnate-
ly $3,000.   A motion was made, seconded, and carried that the
University withhold payment on that building in an amount suf-
ficient to protect the institution until the controversy is set-
tled.

     6.  insurance on Library Building.   A communication was read
from Mr. D. H. Peak, Business Agent of the University, asking if
additional builders risk insurance should be placed on the new
library building.   He stated. that at the preseit time there is
$75,000 insurance carried on the building.   A minute was made
in the record that it is the opinion of the Committee that the
present insurance on tha.t building is adequate until it is com-
pleted.

     7. Insurance on the Teacher-Training Building.   A comrnuni-
cation was read from the Business Agent indicating that the in-
surance rate fixed on that Dart of the Teacher-Training Building
known as the Gymnasium is different from the rest of the building
and that additional insurance should be olaced on the building
for that reason.   A motion was made, seconded, and carried that
additional insurance be placed on that building.

     8. Insurance on the Tobacco Warehouse.   A motion was made,
seconded, and carried authorizing that suitable insurance be
placed on the tobacco warehouse, recently purchased by the Uni-
versity, on a co-insurance plan.

     9. Tuition at the University Training School.    A statement
was read to the Committee indicating that at the present time the
Board of Education of the City of Lexington has not filled its
quota of twenty-five pupils in the first eight of the elementary
grades at the University Training School and that the University
has placed additional students there and collected. tuition from
those students.   A motion was made, seconded, and carried that
the University refund to the City Board of Education the amount
of tuition so collected on such nupils up to twenty-five pupils
in the first eight grades.

     10. Annual Meeting of the Association of Governing Boards of
State Universities.   President McVey called the attention-of the
Committee to the annual meeting of the Association of Governing
Boards of State Universities to meet at Chapel Hill, North Caro-
lina, on November 13, 14 and 15.   A motion was made, seconded,
and. carried authorizing the President to designate some mel:2ber of
the Board to attend the meeting.




 





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    11. Group Insurance Among the Alumni.  A statemnent was read
from the All State Life Insurance Company of Montgomery, Alabama,
proposing a plan for grout insurance among the alumni of the Uni-
versity, and askin- the approval of the University to carry out
the project.  The matter was discussed, but no action was taken.

    12. Lease of the Basement of the Tobacco Warehouse.   A com-
munication was read from the American Supplies Company, Inc.,
asking to lease the basement of the tobacco warehouse, recently
purchased by the University, for the purpose of storing tobacco.
On motion, duly seconded, the Secretary was ordered to record in
the minutes that it is the opinion of the Committee that the build-
ing should not be leased for such purposes.

     13. Erection of the Teacher--Training Building. The following
communication from the faculty of the College of Education was
presented and ordered incorporated in the minutes.



     October
     Eight
     1 9 3 0


     President Frank L.McVey
     University of Kentucky

     Dear President E.;cVey:

     The Faculty of the College of Education in its first
     meeting of the year, October 6, by unanimous vote asked
     that I express to you and the Board of Trustees our ap-
     preciation for the new building of the College of Educa-
     tion and Associated Schools.

     In architecture, in planning, and in equipment it is a
     most satisfactory building.   We have been surprised and
     delighted at the rapidity with which the grounds are be-
     ing put in order and the surroundings made attractive.

     We deeply appreciate your interest and we are grateful
     for the opportunities we enjoy in our new home.   We
     shall do our best to measure up to every expectation
     that you and the Board may have for the new Training
     School and. for the work of the College.

     Very cordially yours,

     (Signed) William S. Taylor




 






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     15, Bookstore and Post Office.  The situation at the Uni-
versity Bookstore and Post Office was discussed at some length,
but no action was taken.

     A comrmunicati-on was read from the Superintendent of Buildings
and Grounds asking authority to employ additional one-half time
laborer at $35 a month to help distribute the University mail on
the University campus.   On motion, duly seconded, the employment
of an additional carrier was authorized.

     16. Lease of Tobacco Warehouse.   A motion was made, seconded,
and carried approving the action of the Chairmaan of the Executive
Conmmlittee in signing the lease for the tobacco warehouse, recently
purchased by the University.

     17. Contract with Carey-Reed Company.  Attention was called
to the fact that the Carey-Reed Coompany has some buildings and
tracks on the property formerly known as Scovell Park, which prop-
erty was deeded by the City of Lexington to the University of Ken-
tucky, and on which a teacher-training building has been erected.
The larey-Reed Comoany is occupying the land under lease with the
City of Lexington, and the following contract with the Carey-Reed
Company was entered into and executed by the Chair-man of the
Executive Committee.   On motion, duly seconded, this action was
approved.


          THIS AGREEiMENT, made and entered into this the 18th
     day of October, 1930, by and between GEORGE B. CAREY, of
     Lexington, Kentucky, party of the first part, and UNIVER-
     SITY OF KENTUCKY, party of the second part,

                        WITNESSETH:

          1. George B. Carey has heretofore leased from the
     City of Lexington a tract of land on South Upper Street,
     between Bolivar and Scott Streets, and has erected
     certain structures and installed certain machinery there-
     on, and has constructed a side-track on said property.
     The City of Lexington has heretofore conveyed said land
     to the University of Kentucky, subject to the lease of
     the said Carey, and the University of Kentucky is now
     the owner of said land.   The University of Kentucky has
     requested the said Carey to surrender and cancel said
     lease, and he has agreed to cancel and surrender the
     lease upon the terms herein set out.

          2. University of Kentucky hereby releases aaid
    Carey from the payment of any rental which may have
    become due by him under said lease.




 







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         3. George Be Carey may, at any ti-me within thirty
    (30) days from the date of this agreement, remove any
    or all of the structures and machinery placed on said
    property by him.   In the event such removal is not
    made within said time, the title thereto shall pass to
    the University of Kentucky.

         4. The University of Kentucky shall, within
    thirty (30) days from the date hereof, remove, at its
    own expense, the rails, frogs and switch-points placed
    upon the property by the said Carey, and shall place
    them at such points on the property herein referred
    to as may be designated by him.   Upon reouest of the
    University, Carey shall advise the University what rails,
    Frogs and switch-points are referred to in this agree-
    ment and the point at which he wishes themr placed, and
    when so placed he agrees to remove them from the leased
    premises upon notice from the University.

          5. The lease heretofore made between the City of
    Lexington and George B. Carey is hereby cancelled, set
    aside and held for naught.

          IN WITNESS) WTHEREOF, George B. Carey has signed
    his name, and the University of Kentucky has hereunto
    caused its name to be signed hereto by Richard C.
    Stoll, Chairman of its Executive Committee, the day
    and date first above written.

                                  George B. Carey


                                  UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY

                                  BY Richard C. Stoll
                                       Chairman of its Executive
                                            Committee


     18. Building at Sub-Experiment Station at Princeton.     A
motion was made, seconded, and carried, authorizing Dean Cooper
to enter a contract with Euen Farmer at Princeton for the erection
of a farm building on the Sub-Experiment Station at Princeton,
Kentucky, from funds provided by the recent Legislature.     The
luen Farmer Company is the low bidder and the amount of their
bid is within the appropriation provided by the Legislature.
The various bids were as follows:




 






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         Contractor           Bid with Bond Subtracted and Heat-
                                       Ing Omitted.

  Zuen Farmer, Princeton, Ky.          $8764.77
  S. A. Wilkdrson, Princeton, Ky-      9710.82
  City Lumber Yard, Princeton,Ky.      10078,80
  Chancellor & Son, Chattanooga,.Tenn. 10448.00
  Martin & Warlick, Sturgis, Ky.       10796.59
  E. H. Hester, Hopkinsville, Ky.      11108.00
  Lockwood & Son, Paducah, Ky.         11396.00


     19. Refund of Room Deposits.    At the present time appli-
cation for a room in the residence halls belonging to the Uni-
versity of Kentucky must be accompanied by a reservation fee of
$5.00.   In the future this fee will not be returned in any case
ulless the Dean of Women or Dean of Men is notified ten days be-
fore the opening of the semester for which the reservation is
made that a refund is desired.   Upon occupancy of the room by
the student the fee is held as a breakage deposit to be returned
at the end of the semester if there is no charge against it.   On
motion, made and seconded., the foregoing resolution was unani-
mously adopt ed.

     20. Salaries of County Agents.   The following resolution
with respect to the new .method of determining salaries of the
county agents was offered, seconded, and adopted:  That the gen-
eral principle of the readjustment of the proportionate funds
required from cooperating counties for the support of Agricultu-
ral Extension work as filed in the office of the President and
submitted to the Executive Committee be approved, and that here-
after the county and home agents be allowed for reimbursement
for automobile and all other expenses within the county fifty
dollars a month, said amount to be paid by the cooperating county.

     21. Contract for Agricultural-Engineering Building.   Lids
for the construction of an Agricultural-Engineering Building,
funds for which were provided by the recent session of the Legis-
lature, were received and. tabulated.  The following were the
basal bids subject to additions and deductions for alternates
as set forth in the specifications.

          Contractor                        Basal Bid
Lex. Lumber and Bldg. Supply Co.            $ 58,546.60
W. T. Congleton Co.                           53,457,00
T. J. Murphy & Bro.                           56,147.00
Jack Nelson                                   61,400.00
J. F. Hardymnon Co.                           59 995.00
Smith-Haggard Lumber Co.                      58,311.00
Geo. Hoskins Liu.mber Co.                     58,550.00
Skinner Bros.                                 61,759. 00




 








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Contractor



Heating Bid



Plumbing Bid   Heating and
               Plumbing



Ben F. Hurst Cob
John H. Scott
R. L. CO.anf ill
J. J. Fitzgerald
McElhone & Moloney
G. C. Wilcoxen
P. H. Meyer & Co.
H. Netherton & Son
F. A. Clegg & Co.



$4,600.00
4,046.00


4,961.00
4,531.00

4,845.00
4-,568.00



$4,250.00
4,856.41


4,918.00
42627.00

4 696.00



1l0,0657.00
  9,128.00
  9,671.00

  10,188.00



   Contractor

Brook Electric Co.
Moore-Young Electric Co.
Allen-Harper Electrical Eng. Corp.
Ben C. Ingels Co.



Electrical Bid

$2,898.02
  2,250.00
  2,850.00
  2,1777.77



    A motion was made, seconded, and carried, that the general
contract be awarded to the WVY. T. Congleton Company of Lexington,
Kentucky.   The contract for' electrical work was awarded to Moore-
Young Electrical Company; for heating to John H. Scott; and for
plumbing to the Ben F. Hurst Company, all low bidders.   A motion
was made, seconded and carried authorizing the Chairman of the
Executive Committee to sign the contracts for the construction work.

     22. Observatory Building. The following bids were received
for the erection of the University Observatory Building:

Building Complete, Accor.inEg to Plans and Specifications, Parts
     T to VIII, Both Inclusive.



Beatty Concrete Construction Co.
Louis des Cognets & Co.
Clarke, Stewart & Wood Co.
W. T. Congleton & Co.



Parts I to V, Both Inclusive.

    J. F. Hardymon Co.



$18,708.77
17, 500.00
17,462.00
16 ,800. 79



12,990.00




 






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Part I Only

  Clark, Stdwart & Wood Co.                     $ 9,015.00


Electrical

   Ben C, Ingeis Electric Cob                        878.00
   Brook Electrical Engineering Co.                 1087.00
   Moore-Young Electric Co0                         1274.00


Plumbing

  J. J. Fitzgerald                                 1431.15


Heating

   J. J. Fitzgerald                                 1218. OC



    Motion was made, seconded, and carried awarding the contract
to the W. T. Congleton Company on the condition that in the con-
struction he make the deductions as follows:



1. If electric hot water heater is omitted, deduct,

2. If drinking fountain is omitted, deduct,

3. If alberene sink is omitted, deduct

4. If bell traps are omitted from all basement
* rooms, except dark room, deduct

5, If Josam roof drains are omiitted, deduct

6. If Rudy Furnace is installed instead of that
    specified, deduct

7. If no bond is required, deduct 14 of total
    final contract price.



     It is also understood that the following allowances
been made and are included in the contract price:



1. Hardware allowance
2. Lighting fixtures



$170.17.

  75.00

  225.00


  18.00

  46.00


  400.00



have



S250. 00
250.00



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     A motion was also made, seconded and carried authorizing
the Chairman of the Executive Committee to sign the contracts
for construction of the observatory..

     23j Painting of Library Stacks. Motion was made, seconded,
and carried, accepting the proposal of the contractors to deduct
$2100 for paintint stacks in the Library with the understanding
that the work will be done by the University.

     24. Boiler Room in Physics Building. A motion was made,
seconded and carried authorizing the Superintendent of Buildings
to make an expenditure of approximately $600 to turn the old boil-
er room in the Physics building into a physics laboratory.

     25. Changes at Patterson Hall.   Motion was made, seconded,
and carried authorizing the Superintendent of Buildings to make
certain changes at Patterson Hall involving an expenditure of not
more than $900.

     26. Changes at the Agricultural Building. Motion was made,
seconded, and carried authorizing the Superintendent of Buildings
and Grounds to make certain changes in the basement of the Agri-
culture building for the Department of Home Economics.

     27. Cupola for Foundry. Motion was made, seconded, and car-
ried.accepting the proposal of the Whiting Corporation for the
foundry at the Engineering building at a cost of approximately
$600.

     28. Purchase of Pianos. Motion was made, seconded, and car-
ried authorizing the' purchase of two second-hand pianos for
practice of students with the understanding that they be paid for
from piano fees paid in by the students for piano instruction.

     29. Appointments  Resignations, Transfers, beaver 9fsAb;encP,
Change of Status, etc.   The following list of appointments, resig-
nations, transfers, and leaves of absence, and changes of status
was recommended by President McVey, and on motion duly seconded,
approved;

     Appointment of Miss Bland, fellowship at the cafeteria at
the Teacher-Training School, at a stipend of $40 a month.

     Appointment of Miss Mary Dolan, clerk in the creamery license
section, effective November 3, 1930, at a salary of $1020 a year.

     Appointment of Mr. Thomas S. Marimon at a salary of $85 a
month in connection with the heating plant in the Dairy building,

     Appointment of Mr. John A. Short, assistant in the Military
Department, at a stipend of $12.50 per month.

     Appointment of Mr. Herrmaan B. Bryant, assistant in the Mili_
tary Department, at a stipend of gl2.50 a. month.




 







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     Appointment of Sergeant William McDaniel as store-keeper of
Military supplies, effective October 1, 1930, at a salary of $75.00
per month.

     Appointment of C. A. Rone and F. H. Hankes as laboratory as-
sistants in the Psychology Department for the first semester on an
hourly basis.

     Appointment of Harry Lynn as assistant in political science
for the first semester at as alary of $200.

     Appointment of Gazele Mohney as assistant in political science
for the first semester at a-salary of $300.

     Appointment of Roy H. Owsley as part-time instructor for
evening residence courses.

     Appointment of Eustace J. York as graduate assistant in Anat-
omy and Physiology at a salary of $500.

     Appointment of E. E. La-mbert, assistant county agent of Pike
County, effective October 14 to Dece.nber 31, 1930, at a salary of
$100 a month.

     Appointment of H. H. Thompson, assi tant county agent, Bath
County, effective October 1 to December '1930 at a salary of
$125 a month.

     Continuation of employment of D. S. Greene, county agent of
Leslie county, effective October 1, 1930, to September 31, 1931,
at a salary of $141.2/3 a month.

     Continuation of employment of Alda Henning, home demonstration
agent of Fulton County, effective November 1, 1930, to June 30,
1931, at a salary of $150 a month.

     Continuation of employment of T. H. Jones, county agent of
Lee county, effective October 1, 1930, to June 30, 1931, at a
salary of $166.2/3 a month,

     Continuation of employment of R. H. King, county agent of
Carter county, effective October 1, 1930, to March 21, 1931, at
a salary of $200 a month.

     Continuation of employment of M. P. Nichols, county agent of
Ohio county, effective October 1 to December 31, 1930, at a sal-
ary of $216.2/3 a month.

     Continuation of employment of Miss Frances Stallard, home
demonstration agent of Madison and Rockcastle counties. effective
October 1, 1930, to August 31, 1931, at a salary of $129.16-2/3
, month.




 





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     Continuation of employment of O. R. Wheeler, county agent
of Hancock county, effective October 1, 1930, to February 28,
1931 at a salary of $183 1/3 a month.

     Leave of absence was granted Assistant Professor D. E. South
of the Mathematics Department for the year 1931-1932 on one-half
pay, for the purpose of study at the University of Michigan.

     Additional leave of absence was granted Dr. D. J..Healy for
the purpose of completing work at Harvard University.   His leave
was extended from October 7, 1930, to October 18, 1930.

     Transfer of Mr. L. C. Brewer, county agent of Fayette County,
to the position of Assistant in Short Courses and Exhibits in the
Extension Division, at a salary of $2800 a year, effective Novem-
ber 16, 1930

     Appointment of James S. Kring as forest ranger at Robinson
Sub Experiment Station at $125.00 a month.

     Appointment of Dr. do B. Miner as director of the Bureau of
Personnel Service.

     Appointment of J. Ed Parker, Jrn, as county agent, Fayette
County, at $266 2/3 a month.

     Transfer of Mr. N. R. Elliott, assistant state agent in the
Extension Division, to the Department of Horticulture as Professor
of Landscape Architecture and Floriculture and Field Agent in
Horticulture, effective December 1, 1930, at the same salary he
is now receiving.

     Resignation of Miss Mary L. Potts, clerk in the creamy li-
cense section of the College of Agriculture, effective November 1,
1930.

     Resignation of Mr. N. G. McConnell, assistant county agent
in Green County, effective September 30, 1930.

     Resignation of Miss Lucille Dobbins, seed analyst in the
Experiment Station, effective with the close of business, Septem-
ber 30, 1930.


                    Corrections of Minutes

     The following corrections are made in the minutes of the
Board for September 23, 1930, to read:

    Martin R. Glenn as assistant in political science at a sal-
ary of $400 for the year.

     J. B. Holtzclaw as assistant in political science at a salary
of $200 a year.




 






     Shepard Jones as assistant in political science at a salary
of $200 a year.

    Ellen Scott as assistant in political science at a s alary
of%00 a year.

     30. Report of the Music Committee.  The report of the Music
Comnittee was presented and authorized incorporated in the minutes.
The report was as follows:


                         MUSIC COMMITTEE

             September 1, 1929, to August 31, 1930

                    W. E. Freeman, Treasurer


                           RECEIPTS



Balance on hand August 31, 1930, .........
From D. H. Peak, Business Agent        .'''
From SuKy Circle for band trips ............
               Total Receipts ..............



* . e $ 450'. 55
e2,1)000.00
a. aa 900.00
  e         $T~~*~ 3 350.55



                        DISBURSEMENTS
Band trip to V. M. I. football game (check
     246,  247)  ............... .......... wee. e $4l, 7S2.35
Miusic for Choral Society (check 248) e   e.        44.41
Expenses f Glee Club (checks 249, 2065, 269)....   133412
Musicians for Radio Broaddasting Programs
     (checks 250, 253, 256  257, 261  266) ....    123.00
D. H. Peak for Organ Fund (check 2513 .500.00
Vesper recitals (checks 252, 254, 255, 260, 262,
     263, 264, 268) ...............