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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 Thursday, January 23, 1930.


     The Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees of the
University of Kentucky met in regular monthly session in the
PresidentTs Office at the University on Thursday, January 23,
1930 at 10:30 a. m. The following members were present:
Judge Stoll, Mr. Park, Mr. Gordon and Mr. Andrews. Meeting
with the Committee were President McVey and 'Mr. Patrick, the
Secretary.

     TPho minutes of the previous meeting were approved as
publ.'.hed.

     (1) Report of the Business Agent. The report of the
Business Agent was presented and the Jc .i'owing statement was
ordered incorporated in the minutes.

                                          EXHIBIT stArt


          Balance Sheet as at December 'O.L, 1929

                      Assets



Combined Fund
     Current and Working Assets
          Cash in Bank
          Petty Cash Account
          Notes Receivable - Student Loan Fund
          Notes and Bills Receivable
          Accounts Receivable -Basketball Bldg
          Accounts Receivable -Stadium
          Accounts Receivable -Memorial Bldg.
          Accounts Receivable -Miscellvno-us
          University Commons-Fixtures and
                  Supplies
          Campus Book Store-Stock and
                  Fixtures
          Departmental Material and Sup o ies
                  Total Current and
                        Forking Assets
     Insurance Paid in Advahce
          Total Combined Fund Assets



19,322.32
2,000.00
24,235.15
36,200.00
32, 872.46
21,500.00
65, 075.37
4,255.40

15, 904.09

52,381.84
58,L000.00

331,746.63
49,369.81
381,116.44




 








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Endowments, Bequests, Etc.
      Land Grant Endowment Fund
      Peabody Endowment Fund
      Crum Bequest
      Bennett Bequest
      Class of 1917 Chemistry
           Library Fund
      Brentt Fund
      Sullivan Fund
          Total Endowments,
              Bequests, Etc.

Real Estate, Buildings, Equip., Etc.
      property Accounts as at June
          30, 1929                3,
      Additions Since
          Total Real Estate,
              Rldgs.,Equip.,Etc.
          Total



144, 075.00
40, 000..00
   716. 16
   538.31

   100.00
   1, 000.00
   200.00



186, 629.47



47:'; 74 . 56
365.3 18. 88



3,822t793.44
4,3902539.35



Liabilities



Combined Fund
  Current Liabilities
     NoIttes payable-Patterson Farm
     Accounts Payable
          Total Combined Fund Liabilities



50, 000.00
31, 237.28
81, 237.28



Surplus
  Balance as at Dec,31,1929
  Additions to Property
       during Current Year

   Excess of Budget Expenditures
       over Income for the fiscal
       year to date, as per In-
       come Statement, Exhibit
       "11B
           Total



3,998,690.03

  345,318.88
4, 344, 008. 91




   340, 706. 84 4,309,302.07
              4,390,539.35




 






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EXHI3IT 'IBtI



Statement of Income and Expenditures
       Mont~h of December, 1929



General Punci Income
  Federal Awmpr.
  Ed. Bldg.--State Appr.
  Ed. Bldg.-Gen.Educ.Board
  Snecial Agri.Aopr.
  State Tax
  Intere-st or. Liberty Bonds
  Int. on i~,ndowment Bonds
  Studen;, Fees
  Stude-tt Fees-Summer School
  Student FeessUniv.H.S.
  Student Fees - Univ. Ext.
  Miscellaneous Receipt s
  Rentals
  MenIs Dormitories
  Dairy Bldg.-State Appr.
  Summer School -State Appr.
            Total
Expenditures



previously
Reor ted

42,750.00
11,907.14
148,347 .60
13, 007 .23
358,964.87
    850.00
  4,322.25
  67,390.57
  36, 657.50
  2,254.00
  12,135.83
  5, 010. 98
  1,065.00
  9,759.89
  14,316. 53

728,739.37



Instruction                335,629.42
Adm.Expense and Iaintenanm 156,578.95



Additions and Betterments
          Total
Excess of Exp.over Income



273,120.88
765,329.25
36,589:88
  _ _  _  _ _~a



Current
Month



63,

7,
67,



10,
l2_2,



Fiscal year
To Date __



         42,750.00
092.86   75,000.00
        148,347.60
901.50   20,908.73
599.70 426,564.57
            850.00
          4,322.25
261.86   67,652.43
         36,657.50
         2,254.00
740.86   13,876.67
753.49    6,764.47
280.00    1,345.00
169.50    9,929.39
         14,316.53
000.00   10,000.00
,799.77  881,539.14



75, 106 .25
24, 830.82
68, 677.59
169, 614.66
16, 814.89



411,735.67
181, 409.77
341,798.47
934,943.91
53,404.77



Patterson Hall Income
  Board
  Miscellaneous Receipts
  Room Rent - Summer Sch.
            Total
Expenditures
  E x ense
  Additions and Betterments
            Total
  Excess of Income over Pxp.
General Fund Income
General Fund Expenditures
  Excess of Gen.Fund Lxp.
      over Income



35, 829.03
   408. 00
 4,421.00
 40,_658.03

 20,228. 84
 1, 121 . 43
 21, 350. 27
 19,| 307 . 7 6
769,397 .40
786,Z79 .52

17, 282.12



Excess of Exp.over Receipts
    for Gen.Ledger Accts.    2,696.89
1928-1929 tccts.payable li-
    quidated during Cur.Yr. 45,406.78
Excess of Exp.over Rec.for
    the fis.yr.to date-Gen.'
    eral Fund                65,385.79



210. 89  35, 618 14
30,50      438.50
          4 421. 00
180. 39  40,477 .64



6,904.83
    's2 .40
  'i. 177 .23
  --, 357 62
lp, 619.38
1' L,791. 89

24. 172.51



27, 133.67
  1,393.583
28 527.50
11,950.14
922, 016. 78
963, 471.41

41,454.63



3 246.50    8,943.39

           45,406.78



0  l9X. 01  95,804.80




 




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Previously  Current
Reported    Mton th



  Excess of Exp.over Rec. for
     the fiscal year to dat' e-
     General Pund
  Cash in Bank July 1,1929-
     General Fund
  Cash in Bank Dec.31,1939-
     General Fund
Trust Fund Income
  Student Loan Fund            1,289.66
  Student 1,Totes Paid         3,041.06
        Total Receipts         4,33.72

Exnenditure s
  Ex-?ense                        217.50
  Student ITotes               2,750.25
        Total                  2,967.75



Excess of Rec.over Exp.



Fiscal Year
To date



95, 804.80

72,311.10

23,493.70



36.43
263.10
299.53


40.00
755.00
795.00



1,362.97     495.47
e= ====a   __=c  



1,326.09
3,304.16
4, 630.25


  257 .50
3,505.25
2,762.75



867.50



Excess of Rec.over 2xp.for
  the fiscal year to date-
  Trust Fund
Cash in Bank,July 1,1929-
  Trust Fu nd
Cash in Bank,Dec.31,1929-
Trust Fund



Experiment St *ation Income
  Hatch-Ped. A-onr.
  Milk and Butter -Cash 7!ec.
  Beef Cattle Sales
  Dfairy Cattle Sales
  Sheen Sples
  Swine Seles
  Poultry Sales
  Farm Produce Sales
  Horticultural Sales
  Seed Test
  Rentals
  Miscellaneous Receipts
  Fertilizer - Fees
  Pub.Service - State Appr.
  Pub.Service - Miscellaneous
  Feeding Stuffs - Fees
  Aldams - Fed. Appr.
  Serum - Sales
  Serum - Virus Sales
  Serum - Supply Sales
  Serum - Mis. Receipts
  State Appropriation



7,500.00
6,448.69
4,032.25
   803.02
   584.54
   528.18
 1, 233 .31
   593.71
 2,185.36
    19.00
    866.39
    97.30
 5,996.25
 3,666.66

25, 502.60
7,500.00
1,533.02
    82.23
    113.5 8
    18.47
17,293.14



1, 176.43
  298.04
  81.81
  306.56
  919.99
  171.80
  237.49
  171.59
    2.00
2,162.67
  160.27

3,666. 66
   15.00
3,814.25



200.16
15.75
   .80
   1. 50



10,033.26   27,326.40



7,500.00
7,625.12
4,330.29
   8S4.83
   891.10
 1,448.17
 1, 405.11
   831.20
 2,356.95
    21.00
 3,029.06
   257 .57
 5,996.25
 7,333.32
    15.00
29, 316.85
7,500.00
1,733.18
    97.98
    114.38
    19.97



  867.50

1,37t6.51

2,244.01




 






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previously  Current     F-iscal year
Reported    M0onth      To Date



      Creamery-License Fees     5,623.50
      Creamery-Testers Licenses 1,694.00
      Creamery-Glassware Tested   393.72
      Robison -State Appr.      3,099.48
      W. Ky.-State Appr.        3,321.51
      Purnell -Fed. Appr.      30,000.00
      State Appr.-Patt.Farm.pur20,000.00
      Nursery Inssp.-State Ap-r. 1,170.85
      Nursery Inspection-Fees    1,380.00
      Cream Grading             1,850.00
      Abortion Test              1,138.75
      Co-op. Poultry            1,000.00
      Apiary Insp.-State Appr.      25.10
                Total         157,294.61
Experiment Station Expenditures
      Exoense                  162,862.33
      Additions & Betterments    1,961.48



Total



Excess of Expenditures
    over Income
Excess of Exp.over Income
    for the fiscal yr.to
    date-Exneriment Sta.
Cash in Bk,July 1,1929-
    Ex-oeriment Station
Cash in Bk:,Dec.31,1929-
    E~periment Station



164, 823.81



  12.00    5,635.50
  66.00    1,760.00
  25.89      419.61
.;,004.42   6,103.90
2,941.50   6,263.01
           30,000.00
           20,000.00
  230.00   1,400.85
    25.00   1,405.00
    125.00   1,975.00
    86.00   1,224.75
            1,000.00
               25.10
29,951.84 187,246.45



26,685.29 189,547.62
   165.10   2,126.58
26,850.39 191,674.20



7,529.20     3,101.45    4,427.75


                         4,427.75

                         30, 317 .60

                         25, 889.85



Extension Division Income
      Fed. Smith-Lever
      Fed.Supplementary
      Fed.-Capper-Ketcham
      State Smith-Lever
      County and other
                  Total



76, 120.65
27, 321.28
18, 645.97
35,684.56
  1,922.49
159. 694.95



Expenditures
      Expense                  142,975.98
      Excess of Inc.over Exp.   16,718.97
      Excess of Income over
         Exp.for the fiscal yr.
         to date-Ext.Division
      Cash in Bk.July 1,1929-Ext.Div.
      Cash in Bk.Dec.31,1929-Ext.Div



           76, 120.65
           27,321.28
           18,645.97
24,459.43 60,143.99
    421.48  2,343.97
24.880.91 184,575.86



31,492.93 174,468.91
6,612.02  10,106.95


           10,106.95
           4,575.21
           14,682.16




 







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Preyiosly
Reorted



Current     piscal Year
Month       To !)atel



Summary
   Gene:al Fund Income
   Trust Fund Income
   Experiment Sta.Income
   Extension Div.Income
              Total



769,397,40
   1, 289.6 6
 157, 294.61
 159, 694.95
1, 087 .676.62



General Fund. Exp.         786,679.52
Trust Fund.Exp.                217.50
Exp.Sta.Expenditures       164,823.81
Ext.Div.Expenditures       142,975.9 8
           Total         1,094,696.81
Excess of Exp.over Income    7,020.19
Excess of Exp.over 3ec.
  for Gen.Led.ACcts.         2,696.89
Student Loan Fund-Note s       290.81
1928-1929 Accts.Payable
  liquidated during Cur.Yr. 45 406.78



Excess of Ex?.over ?ec.
  for the fiscal yr.to
  date- Combinled yunid
Excess of Ex-o.over Rec.
  for the fiscal yr.to
  date-Dombined Fund
Cash in Bk.and on hand
  July 1,1929-Comb.Fund
Cash in B~k.and on hand
  Dec.31, 1929-Comb.Fund



54, 833. 05



152, 619.38  922, 016.78
     36.43    1,326.09
 29,951.84  187,246.45
 24,880.91  184,575.86
 207,488.56 1,295,185.18
 176,791.89 963,471.41
     40.00      257.50
 26,850.39  191,674.20
 31,492.93  174,468.91
 235,175.21 1,329,872.02
 27,586.65   34,706.84



6, 246.50
491.90



t 8, 943.39
   201.09



45, 406 .78



34,4 25 . 05



89. 258.10



89, 258.10

110, 58.42

21, 322.32



abstract of item shown on Statement
of Income and Expenditures as "E-xcess
of Expenditures over Receipts for
General Ledger Accounts  $8,943.39."1



Accounts Receivable

Insu.rance paid in Advance



Sundry Accounts



Debit



2, 7 07.04



30, 673..14
32, 930.18



24, 036.79

8, 943.39



   Credit
24, 035.79



24, 036.79




 







                                 EXHIBIT 1Cu

State of Receicts and Disbursements
         December 31, 1929



Previously
Retorted



Current
Month



Fiscal Year
To Date



Cash in Bk.& on hand Nov.30,1929.
   Treasurer - Genr. Fnd
   Treasurer - Trust Fund
   Treasurer - 3Vxp. Station
   'Treasurer - Ext. Division
   Petty Cash
                Total Cash



Rec eints
   Gene:ral Pund..Income
   Trust Fund Income
   Trust Pund-Student Notes
   Experiment Sta.Incoine
   Extension Div. Income
   Gen.and Sundr, Ledger
          Total Receipts
          Total



Expenditures
   General Fund
   Trust randc
   Trust Fuxd-Student Not'
   Exneriment Station
   Extension Division
   Accounts Payable
   Gen. and Sandry Ledger
           Total Expend.



769,397.40
   1,289.66
   3,041.06
 157,294.61
 159, 694.95
 130,219.21
1, 220936.89


786,679.52
      217 .50
   2, 750.25
   164, 823.81
   142,975.98
   45, 406.78
   132, 916.10
I-a75,769.94
_     _



6,925.31
2,739.48
22,788.40
21,294.18
2,000.00
55,747.37

152, 619.38
     36.43
     263.10
29, 951. 84
24, 880.91
  8,545.03
216,296.69
272,044.06

176,791.89
     40.00
     755.00
 26, 850.39
 31,492.93

 14,791.53
 250,721,74



922, 016.78
   1,326.09
   3,304.16
 187,246.45
 184,575.86
 138,764.24
1,437, 233.58


963,471.41
     257.50
   3,505.25
 191, 674.20
 174,468.91
 45, 408.78
 147,707 .63
 1,526,49 .68



Cash in Bank and on hand Dec
   Treasurer - General Fund
   Treasurer - Trust Fund
   Treasurer - Exp.Station
   Treasurer - Ext.Division
   Petty Cash
           Total Cash
           Total



ember 31,1929
              23,493.70
              2,244.01
              25,889.85
              14,682.16
              2,000.00
              21,322.32
              272,044.06
          *==   mm5_5w



-z;.Excess of 1xpenditures
   over Rec.for the fis-
   cal yar^r to date
 Cash in Bank and on haad
   July 1, 1929
 Cash in Banic .-nd on hand
   December 31,1929



89, 258.10

110_,580.42

21,322.32



a s




 






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     (2) Legislative Matters. President McVey discussed
with the Committee a number of matters pertaining to bills
pending in the Legislature.  These matters were presented for
the information of the Committee.

     (3) Operation of the Training School. A suggested
memorandum of agreement with the City Board of Educz-t ion of
Lexington for the operation of the new training school was
presented and discussed.   This memorandum was in the nature
of a preliminary statement to allow the Committee to think
the matter over before entering into a contract. The
Executive Committee expressed approval of the memorandum
with the following exceptions. A motion was made, seconded,
and carried that the general plan submitted with respect
to the operation of the training school be approved except
that it should be modified to make provisions for termination
of the contract, and except for the provision for the employ-
ment of teachers; the Committee being of the opinion that
the Board is without power to enter into an agreement which
would surrender its authority to appoint teachers.

     (4) :x-Service Men. A communication was presented
from Mr. Palo-h D. Tyree asking for free tuition for a full
period of four years under the statutes providing for free
tuition for ex-service men.   Mr. Tyree presented an opinion
of the Attorney-General governing the matter. The matter
was discussed at length and a motion made, seconded, and
carried directing the University authorities to give Mr.
Tyree the benefit of the four years of collegiate instruction.

     (5) Settlement with J. T. Jackson Lkmber Company on
Memorial Building.  An opinion from Mr. J. P. Johnston, Jr.,
respecting the settlement with J. T. Jackson Lumber Company
for the contract of Memorb.l Building was presented.   The
matter was discussed at length and a motion was made, seconded
and carried that a statement be secured from the architects
regarding the final amount due on the Memorial Building,
and letters be sent to any creditors explaining the situation.

     (6) Townsend Collection.  President McVey presented to
the Committee a statement regarding the purchase of the Town-
send collection of books. He stated that inspection had been
made of the books and several opinions obtained regarding
their value. The matter was discussed and a motion made,
seconded,, and carried that the offer of purchase be declined
at the present time.




 








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     (7) Over-Draft of Budget in the College of Engineering.
Attention of the Executive Committee was called to the fact
that the College of Engineering had overdrawn its budget
and a number of outstanding bills are ready for payment. The
matter was discussed and the following resolution was offered,
seconded, and adopted: That the Executive Committee learns
with great regret that the Dean of the College of Engineering
has without authority of the Board exceeded the budget allowed
and the College of Engineering for the current year to a sum
amounting to some $4000, this being in excess of the amount
allowed for operating expenses up to July 1, 1930. The
Executive Committee, therefore, will not take any action
on the pending bills until the next meeting and directs that
no further indebtedness be incur:ed without the express
authority of the Board of Trustees. The Secretary is also
directed to furnish Dean Anderson a copy of this resolution.

     (8) Lighting fixtures for D&Lry Products Building. A
communication was read from the Superintendent of Buildings
and Grounds stating that lighting fixtures for the Dairy
Products Building would cost approximately $960. These fix-
tures were not included in the contract for the construction
of the building. A motion was made, seconded, and carried
that authority be given for the purchase of such fixtures.

     (9) Appointments, Resignations, Leaves of Absence,
Changes of Statut. The following list of appointments,
leaves of absence and changes of status was presented and on
motion duly seconded approved as recommended by President
McVey.

     Appointment of Mr. Olin }M. Farrington, Assistant in
Marketing at a salary of $2500 a year.

     Temporary appointment of Mr. E. A. Pruett in the Depart-
ment of Farm Economics at a salary of $125 a month.

     Appointment of Miss L. Maye Hoover of the Kansas State
Agricultural College as Director of the University Coal..ons on
a twelve monthst basis, at a salary of $2200 a year, effective
September 1, 1930.

     Ap'ointment of Miss Alma Hill Jamison ads head cataloger
in the Library at a salary of $2000 a year.



     Appointment of Mr. Ted S. Besh, Field Agent in Dairying
at a salary of $2500 a year.




 






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     Appointment of Mr. E. C. Vaughn, Field Agent in Tobacco.
This is in the nature of a transfer as his present title is,
Field Agent in fiarizeting.

     Miss Lenore Wilson to act as Head of Department of Music
for the second semester, 1929-1930.

     Temporary appointment of Mr. R. L. Calfee, Assistant in
Agronomy at a salary of $100 a. month.

     Apno4.ntment of Mr. Paul '7'titakcer -s Instructor in German
at a salary of $750 for-the remainder of the ye'r.

     Appointment of Mr. T. C. Sherwood us Instructor in the
Department of Zoology at a salary of $1800 a year.

     Temporary appointment of Miss Flora Deal as Director of
the University Commons at a salary of $183 a month, the
appointment to be terminated September 1, 1930.

     Appointment of Mr. L. H. Carter as Assistant professor
of Economics at a. salary of $1500 for the semester beginning
February 1, 1930 and c ontinuing in September at the same rate.

     Leave of a?.bsence was grafted to Processor Alfred Brauer
for the year 1930-1931 on one-half -oay. (This is the nature
of a correction of the minutes of the previous meeting.)

     The resignation of Professor J. P. Troxell, effective
at the end of this semester was accepted.

     Leave of absence was granted to Professor Carl Lrrapert
on full pay, for the second semester of this year.

     Leave of absence was granted to Dr. J. T. C. Noe on
full pay for the first semester of 1930-1931.

     Resignations of jAr. H. A. McPherson, Ycr. Dl. S. Bishom,
Mr. L. C. Pace, Miss Ella Bell and Mr. Stuart Brnybra-nt
were accepted.

     Continuaetion of employment of Mr. 7. D. 7,!eideburg as
County Agent of C.hristian County at a salary of $225 a month
from January 1 to December 31, 1930.

     Continuation of employment of Mfr. R. B. McClure as
County 'gent of Garrard County at a sala.ry, of $191-2/3 a
month from JT.nuaky 1 to December 31, 1930.




 






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     Continuation of employment of Mr. Robert T. Harrison as
County Agent of Harln.n County ?.t a. salary of $216-2;3 a month,
from January 1 to April 30, 1930.

     Continuation of employment of Mr. J. 7. Michael as County
Agent of Xnott County at a salary of $133-1/3 a month from
January 1 to December 31, 1930.

     Continuation of employment of Mr.. M.1. F. Goff as County
Agent of Pulasici County at a salary of $166-2/3 a month from
January 1 to June 30, 1930.

     Continuation of employment of Mr. C. L. Goff as County
Agent of Rowa7n County at a salary of $191-2/3 a month from
January 1 to December 31, 1930.

     Continuation of employment of Mr. Ray C. Honoer as
County Agent of Meade County at a salary of $183-1/3 a month
from January 1 to December 31, 1930.

     Continuation of employment of Mr. J. a. Graham as
County Agent of Caldwell County at a salary of $216-2/3 a
month from Januanry 1 to December 31, 1930.

     Continuation of employment of Mr. C. E. Gabbard as
County Agent of Estill Coatity-.at .a salary of $158-1/3 a month
from January 1 to December 31, 1930.

     Continuation of employment of Mr. C. C. Bondurtnt as
County Agent of Owen County at a. salary of $183-1/3 a month
from January 1 to December 31, 1930.

     Continuation of employment of Mr. R. T. Faulkner as
County Agent o Johnson County at a salary of $150 a month
from JaEnuary 1 to June 30, 1930.

     Continuation of employment of Mr. C. M. Sade as County
Agent of Scott County a-t a s-laary of $233-1/3 a month from
January 1 to December 31, 1930.

     Continuation of employment of Mr. T. D. Sutton as
County Agent of Hopkins County at a salary of $266_2/3 a rmionth
from January 1 to December 31, 1930.

     Continuation of employment of Mr. F. C. Ewen as County
Agent of Laurel County at a salary of $150 a month from
January 1 to February 28, 1930.

     Continuation of employment of Mr. R. 0. Wilson as County
Agent of Harrison County at a salary of $216-2/3 a month
from January 1 to December 31, 1930.




 







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     Continuat-tion of employment of Mr. J. E. {Wilson as County
Agent of Grr.nt County :-t a. salary of $191-2/3 a m-onth from
January 1 to December 31, 1930.

     Continuation of employment of Mr. C. E. J.iller as County
Agent of 3oyle County at ?. salary of $250 a month from
JaTnuary 1 to December 31, 1930.

     Conntrinuation of employment of Mr. T. E. Ford as County
Agent of Hi;.-din County at a salary of $166-2/3 a month from
January 'o December 31, 1930.

     Co-tinna-tion of employment of MUr. Csarl 7. Jones as
County Agent of Todd County at a salary of $225 a month
from January 1 to December 31, 1930.

     Continuation of employment of Mrr. Orem Lnlf-aster as
County Agent of Trimble County at a salary of $200 a month
from Jannu^ry 1 to December 31, 1930.

     Continuation of employment of Mr. Edga.r Rice as County
Agent of Elliott County at *? salary of $125 a month from
Jnnunry 1 to December 31, 1930.

     Continuation of employment of Mr. Harry D. Rice as
County Agent of Henry County at a snlary of $216-2/3 a, month
frorm January 1 to December 31, 1930.

     Continu-tion of employment of Miss Virginia Hoviard as
Rome Demonstration Agent of Gnrrard County at a sa-lary of
$158-1/3 a month from January 1 to December 31; 1930.

     Resignation of Miss Emma J. Gudgel, Clerk, Collee of
Agriculture, to become effective rebru.a-y 24, 1930.

     Appointment of Mr. S. L. Isbell a.s A^ssistant Count  A.gent
of Marion County at - salary of $100 a mrno-nb from February 1
to June 30, 1930.

     Anwointment of Miss Irene M1. Piedalue as Assistant Home
Demonstration Agent of Fayette County at a salary of $125
a month from January 20 to 31, 1930.

                           Respectfully submitted

                                Wellington patricl-,
                                     Secretary