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    Minutes of tihe :-eting of ti.e Board of Trustees of the Univer-
sit3 of Zontucky, Drcf. _Der 14, 1943.


     The Board of Trustees of the University of efentucky met in
President Donovan's office at 10:30 a.m., Tuesday, December 14,
1943.   The following members were- present:  Governor S. S. Willis,
Judge R. C. Stoll, lrs. Paul G. B atzer, R. P. Hobson, H. S. Cleve-
land, H. D. Palmore, MAarshall Bar ;s, Lee Kirkpatrick, Harper Gat-
ton, Robert Tway, and James Park.   President H. L. Donovan and
Comptroller Frank D. Peterson were present.


     A. Aporoval of Minutes.

                        * * * * i * i i * *

           1. Upon motion duly made, seconded and cairried,
              the minutes of the Board of Trustees for Sep-
              tember 21, 1943, and the minutes of the
              Executive Committee for November 5 and Novem-
              ber 18, 1943, were approved as published..
                        il * * , * :* * * * *


     B. Report  f the President.

     The President -u fitted his report, which was the report for
the biennium 1941-43.  lie asked the privilege of reading excerpts
from the report, as he discussed it with the Board.    He briefly
called attention to the Universityls educational program for sol-
diers, stating that the records show over 6,000 of our former stu-
dents and graduates, who are now skerving in the military forces of
our nation, are scattered throughout the world.   The soldier train-
ing program, carried on by the Uni:.:.rsity during the past year as
the 1525th Service Unit, has tra;,ed for the Army in some phase of
engineering 2,992 soldiers.   The Army Specialized Training Program,
as established &t the University in May as the 1548th Service Unit,
enrolled 573 men, which number has been increased from time to
time until, l the time of writing the report, 1,206 men are enrolled
in this unit.

     The President then turned to a discussion on, "What Is Happen-
ing to Our Public Schools".   In O.iscussing this phase of the re-
port, he stated, "whatever i'1appens to the schools of the Common-
wealth, at any level, vitally affects the interest of education at
all levels.   If the foundation is poor, the super-structure is
sure to suffer.   Children entering the University poorly prepared
for admission to college greatly handicap the proper functioning
of its educational progranim  Teachers must stop and instruct
students in subject matter which they should have learned in the
elementary and secondary schools.   If the higher levels of educa-
tion are neglected, this neglect will, also, soon result in the de-
terioration of the primary schools.   Therefore, the University of
Kentuclky is vitally interested in what is happening to our schools




 




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at all levels."

     The growth of the University was called to the a ttention of the
Board. The late James K. Patterson was President of the University
of Kentuciy from 1868 to 1910, during which period he conferred 896
degrees upon students Graduating from the University.  The Presi-
dent related that during the past two years he had conferred on
candidates 1553 degrees, or nearly twice as many as did President
Patterson during his long period of 42 years of service.   He fur-
ther stated: "There are now in the armed services of the nation
more than 225,000 young Kentuckians.   Many, many thousands of
these boys have been called out of high schools, colleges and uni-
versities,   Their education has -een interrupted.   These boys
recognize that they are not fully prepared to meet the duties and
responsibilities of civilian life and when the war is over, they
will return to the colleges and universities for further instruc-
tion. . . . .   .   Our University expects great numbers of them to
return to the campus."

     He particularly discussed at length the future building pro-
gram of the University of Kentucky.   Among the buildings that are
urgently needed are Fine Arts, College of Commerce, Museum, Library
Annex, Hospital and Dispensary, and Dairy Barn.   The Number One
on the program is an Auditorium-Field House to be erected as a War
Memorial in appreciation of the sacrifices made by the soldiers of
Kentucky in defense of our country.   "A grateful state will desire
to perpetuate the memory of these men.   Could there be a more ap-
propriate memorial than a magnificent building erected on the
campus of the University that would be a constant reminder to the
youth of the Commonwealth that brave men died in the defense of
freedom that they might enjoy the liberties guaranteed by a
democracy?"G

     In discussing t:^ adult education program, which includes on-
and off-campus work In connection with adults, the President called
attention to the fact that very fc-w citizens of the state realize
that approximately one-half of the resources and energies of the
University are spent on the adults of the state.  "The campus of
the University can n6 longer be reboarded as a few acres of land sit-
uated in Lexington, Kentucky, where the educational activities of
the University are conducted.   i. campus of the University is in
reality the State of Xentucky."   The University is carrying on
certain educational projects through its Agricultural Extension pro-
gram and other programs in every county in the state.

     He discussed significant research activities of' the Universi-
ty.   The work of the Agricultural Experiment Station in general
was discussed with particular emphasis on research on burley to-
bacco, hay crops and hybrid corn.

     The President then turned the attention of the Boardt the
Universityaf Kentucky budget request for the biennium 1944-46.   He
distributed a pamphlet which. through pictures and graphsl revealed
that the University of Kentucky is receiving the smallest state
appropriation of any state bordering Kentucky and that only one




 






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state received a smaller state appropriation per student than did
Kentucky.   The figures further revealed that the total annual in-
come from all sources for University of Illinois, Ohio State Uni-
versity, Purdue University, University of Indiana, University of
Missouri, University of Tennessee and University of West Virginia
was greater than that of the University of Kentucky.   He presented
facts that revealed thr.t the University of Kentucky is not yet out
of the depression in receiving money for maintenance and operation
from state appropriations.   The University received from state ap-
propriations in 1930-31 an  aggregate of $1,190j462.00, and in
1943-44 an aggregate of $lJO64,5004O00   These figures do not in-
clude budget items for the Experiment Station and allied agencies
for Agricultural Extension, or fo2 capital outlay.   The requests
for the maintenance and operation of the various colleges for 1944-
45 aggregate  l1,170,950&00.  The Pr'esident also related that the
universities in four typical agricultural states for 1,943-44,
namely, Universities of Minnesota; Iowa, North Carolina and Florida,
receive legislative appropriations greater than does the University
of Kentucky.

     He summarized requests for state appropriation for the biennium
by reading the following:


     Summarv"Rejueat for State Appiogriation for Next Biennium



Division of Colleges $

Coliege of Agriculture
  and Home Economics

Summer School

Repairs to Buildings

Library Equipment

Scientific Laboratory
  Equipment

Engineering Equipment

Home Economics Equipment

Research in Coal



1943!44

933,000t00



24,000.00

10,000.00

30,000.00

10,000.00


20,000.00

20,000.00

10,000.00



7.500.00



1944-45



1945-46



$6l026j300.00 4$,026,300.00



26,400.00

11,000.00

33,000.00

11,000.00


22,000.00

22,000.00

11,000.00



26,400.00

. 11,000.00

33,000.00

'11,000.00


22,000.00.

22,000.00

11,000.00



    8.250.00      8s250,00
$10 1,170,950.001,170$950l00



61oO64,500.00




 





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                           1943-44

Experiment Station      $   50,000.00 $
Princeton Sub-Experiment
   Station                  16,000.00

Quicksand Sub-Experiae nt
   Station                  16,000,00

horticulture Work           lO0C0O.O

Public service Laboratories 21,00.00



1944-45

  55,000.00 $

  17,600.00


  17,600.00

  10,000.00



23,100,00



1945-46

55,000.00

17,600.00


17,600.00

10,000.00



23,100.00



Nursery Inspection Work

Tobacco Research



Agricultural Extension



2,000.00

7,500.00



155O000.00



  2,000.00

  7t500.00

170 ,500.00



2,000.00

7,500.00



170,500.00



Strawberry karketing &
   Labeling

Capital Outlay
         Sub-total
      GRAND TOTAL



1,500.00



1, 50000



  200,000.00_ 30000.00O
j 479,000.00$ 604,800400

$1, 543,500.00 &,775,750.00



1,500.00



   300.000.00
$ 604,800.00

$1,775,750.00



C. Resort of the Comptrollor




 











December 10, 1943



President H. L. Donovan
University of Kentucky


Dear Doctor Donovan:

     I submit hereto attached financial report for the period
July 1, 1943, to November 30, 1943.

     This report is for a five months' operations period
which includes two summer school terms and three months of
the fall quarter.  The operations during the summer quarter
are not comparable to any one of the remaining three quarters.
Therefore, comparison should be made with the same five months'
operations-of the previous period.

    For the past two years the accounting records have been
unified and permit a comparison of operations with a prior
year.   Such a coi. 'rison is herein given.  The comparative
statement of income indicates the appropriation allotments
and receipts are slightly ahead of schedule.   This is par-
tially due to an allotment of $200,000.00 for capital outlay,
which is the total of the appropriation.

     In the Division of Colleges the student fees have
amounted to $95,981.96, whereas for the same period last year
we received $155,665.26,   It was estimated that the receipts
from student fees for the current year would be $160,000.00
less than the preceding year.

     Receipts from sales and services vary and cannot be
accurately estimated.   This is especially true in the Ex-
periment Station Division*   The receipts for the Extension
Division are received from State and Federal appropriations
and are constant.




 





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     COMPARATIVZ STATEkiENT OF INCOME

1942-3 vs 1943-4, as of November 30, 1943


            November 30, 1942     November 30. 1943   --
          Realized   Percentage Realized    Percentage
          to Date    of Estimate to Date    Of Estimate



College Division
State Appro&(Except
    Capital)
 Capital Outlay
 Federal Funds
 Student Fees
 Endowments
 Sales & Services
 Auxiliary Enterprises
        Total



$ 692,000&00

    87 17. 8?
    l55;665&26
       500.00
     9,087.76
     55.978.09
$1. 000.,846.98



Experiment Station Division
State Appropriations  $  e 63,750.00
Federal Funds              85,766.66
Sales and Services         84,778.68
        Total              2_]425.Y4



63.3 $ 633,000.00



6M9
59. 3
50.0
48.0
39.6
54.3



51.4
50.0
4421
48.0



  199i999.75
  87)617&87
  95,981t96
      500.00
    6,176.71
    76,527.76
$1.099.804.05



$   69,854.00
    85,766.66
    118. 52.85
$ 274,573.51



Extension Division
State Appropriation
Federal Funds
        Total



$    77,500.00
    331.684.74
$  409.184.74



50.0
50.0
50.0



$   77,500.00
   331.684.74
$ 409.184.74



*Percentage based on adjusted budget awaiting Board of Trustees
approval,



57.4
100.0
70&2
66.7
50.0
83.8
24.2*
58.4*



56.3
50.0
50.8
51. 8



50.0
50,0;
50.0




 






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    The comparative figures for expenditures show that:

    1. Actual expenditures are slightly less for tAlt present
year to date compared with the same period for the preceding
yearA   This is partially accounted for by difficulties en-
countered in locating sources oX supply.   Critical materials
and specialized equipment require priorities.   Preferential
ratings are time consuming and difficult to secure.

     2. All colleges are operating within Qur budget esti-
mates.   The College of Engineering shows expenditures for
the current period to be slightly under the same period for
last year.   This is accounted for in part by slowness in
getting the Coal Research Laboratory into production.   Se-
curing of priorities on technical equipment has greatly
contributed to the delay.

     3. Operation of physical plant and auxiliary enterprises
show a reduction in expenditures for the comparable period;
This reduction is due, however, to tae administration.'i policy
of proceeding cautiously because of war conditions and uncer-
tainty of income.

     4. The expenditures and encumbrances for the Division
of Colleges, for the period covered, are $J569p629.11.  This
is 35.6% of tile total budget for the various colleges

     5. The Eapriiient Station Division expenses of $213,108.07
are slightly below normal expenditures.   This is partially
due to difficulty in locating sources of supply for needed
technical apparatus.

     6. The cost of operating the Extension Division is rather
definite.   The expenditures amounting to $340,057.22 are
entirely consistent with the original budget.
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7. COMPARATIVE STATE~iLENT OF EXPENDITURES 1942-43 vs. 1943-44

                    As of November 30,1943



November 30. 1942
        Percentage



November 30. 1943
        Percentage



Expended     of      Expended     of
to Date  -Budaet     to Date    Budget



Collece Division
Administration & General$ 49,525.54
Arts and Sciences        177,883.62
Engineering               56,204.34
Commerce                  21,765.07
Agriculture               43,433.99
Law                       12,240.91
Education                 66,174.35
Graduate School            1,133.37
University Extension      10,740.36
Library                   27,453.94
Miscellaneous                297.47
Operation of Phys.Plant   99,212.81
Auxiliary Enterprises     38,313.40



Total



U604,399.1Y



Experiment Station Division
Hatch Fund              4  5,540.62
Adams Fund                 5,795.37
Purnell Fund              22,675.72
Banknead-Jcnes Fund       31,747.13
State Revolving Funds    117t653.97
State Appro. Funds        48,207.10



Total



$231a620.11



41.8
38.0
420.3
39.3
36.4
40.0
38.3
55.6
35.3
40.7
15.3
46.5
31g5



$ 55,289.96
181,083.51
  51,483.69
  18,746.15
  37,474.60
  8,856.27
  58,339.31
  1,170.03
  12,072.08
  29,406.87
     538.00
  78,953.83
  36,21 .81



39.4   569,629.1l.



36.9
38.6
37.8
38.9
56.6
38.9



$  6,041.87
   5,634.88
   21,816.39
   34,970.22
   88,281.70
   56.363.01



46.0   $213.108.07



Extension Division
State Appro.Funds
Bankhead.Jones,Smith-
    Lever Funds
 Capper-Ketcham Funds



Total



$ 64,710.59

216, 597.11
  37. 387.96

4318.695. 66



41.7  $ 62,977.86

34.6    239,691.40
100.0     37.387.96

39.0  $340.057.22



*Percentage based on ad~justed budget awaiting Board of Trustees
      approval .



35.2
40.4
31,7
39.6
3194
34.1
35.3
5402
36.1
42.6
2?.6
3304
27.L*



4003
37.6
36.4
42.9
36.8
45.6

39. 8



40.6

38.3
100.0




 





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     8. The balances of the various "Restricted Current Funds",
beginning on page 18 of this report, at November 30, 1943,
amounted to W504,716.05.   A few of the accounts show a def-
icit.   These are temporary overdrafts and will be liquidated
by current receipts.   The funds deposited to the credit of
this group of accounts are restricted to the purposes for
which received and with minor exceptions cannot be used for
current operating expenses.

     9. The group termed "Agency Funds", found on page 23
of this report, carry a combined balance at November 30, 1943,
of i329639.84.   These accounts in the main belong to Campus
organizations and are reserved for their use.    Little super-
vision of the expenditures is given.   However, each disburse-
ment is approved by a Faculty Advisor before any warrant is
paid.   The Comptroller's Office serves these agencies chiefly
in a banking capacity.

     The detailed report for the five months' period herein
given, eliminating unforeseen emergencies, indicates that it
is safe to predict that the University will be able to carry
through the year without further curtailment of activities.


                               Respectfully submitted,


                                   Frank D. Peterson
                                   Comptroller.




 




    Statement of Unrealized Income
For the Period Ending November 30, 1943


           College Division



Budget      Realized
Estimate.   to Date



Unrealized
Balance



Educational and General
State Appropriations
Division of Colleges
  Collei~e of Agriculture
  Summer School
  Repairs to Buildings
  Library Equipment
  Sci.Lab. Equipment
  Engine ering Equipment
  Home Economics Equipment
  Research in Coal
  Vocational Education
  Capital Outlay
          Subtotal

 Federal Funds
 Bankhead-Jones Act.
 Morrill-Nelson Tch.Act
 Smith-Hughes (Vocational
     Education)
  Int.on Land Grant Bonds
           Subtotal



$ .933,000.00
    24,000.00
    10,000.00
    30,000.00
    10,000.00
    20,000.00
    20,000.00
    10,000.00
    17,500.00
    28,530.00
1 200.000.00
:$10303,030.00


$   44,867.87
    42,750.00

    28,530.00
    8. i44o50
8- 124,792.37



$ 505,000.00
  12,000.00
  10,000.00
  30,000.00
  10,000.00
  20,000.00
  20,000.00
  10,000.00
  16,000.00



$ :428,000.00
   12,000.00,



1t 500.00
28,530.00



  199.999.75          .25
$ 832E999,75 B-4701030.25


6 44,867.87   $
  42,750.00

                28,530.00
                8.644.50
6  87.617 7   $72174.50



Student Fees
All Colleges except Law
College of Law
Auditors
Late Registration
Special Examinations
Transcripts
Applied Music
Training Sch.-El.
Training Sch.-H.S,
University Extension
            Subtotal


Endowments (Current)
  Peabody Fund

  Sales and Services
     Locker Receipts
     lisc.Maint,& Op.
     Other Misc.Receipts
     hent of Instit. Prop.
     Rent of Residences
            Subto aa1
 Total Educa. & 1 eneral
*Income in excess of estimal



6 116,140.00
     4,000.00
     100.00
     300.00
        50,00
        400.00
     2,000.00
     6,000.00
     9,000.00
     6.000G.00



   143 9900   8  95a981.96



$    1t000.00  $     500.00


$    1,775.00  $     912.33
        600.00        87.72
     1,000.00      1t434.16
     1,000.00      1,610.00
       3000        2.13250
   S  .375.00       167
   KIX3 iL4U^tf,-  W   juz fg76-2



$ 71,160.15
    1,084.40
      198.00
      68.00
      20.00
      539.91
    1,992.35
    3,288.00
    8t475.50
  _9.155.65



$ 44,979.85
   2,915.60
      98.00*
      232.00
      30.00
      139.91*
      7.65
   2,712.00
     524.50
   32155.65*




$    500.00


$    862.67
     512.28
     434.16*
     610.00*
     867.50
1.1298.29
0V20.'11QUU




 







  Statement of Unrealized Income
For the Period Ending November.30, 1943



Budget
Estimate0



Auxiliary Enterprises and
      Actiivltles
  Residence Haalls
    ken-Armyr
    Women
           Subtotal


  Post Office
  Army Sp.Tr, Program
  Book Store Commissions
    Total Aux. Enterprises and
        Activities

        Combined Total



17,502.80
0 F F, A. 2 19



Realized
to Date



$    5' 536.00
   45. 296.42



Unroalized
to Date



11 966s80
19.713.30*



43,085.92     508324g      7746.50*

$   2,700.00 $      695.34 $  2,004.66
  .173,500.00    25,000.00  148,500.00
    4. 500.00                 Id___ 4, 500 00

i 223,785.92 k    76.527.76 $2147.258l6

Sl.803.973.29 81.099,804.05 $704.l69.24



*Income in excess of estimate




 





Statement of State and Federal Allotments
For the Period Ending November 30, 1943

            Colleg-e Division

      Allotted   Expendi-    Encum-
      to Date    ture   -    brances



Division of Colleges
Personal Services g
Non-Per.Services
i4at. & Supplies
Other Current Exp.
Capital Outlay
         Subtotal t



Col. of Agr.
Summer School
Repairs to Bldgs.
Library Equipment
Sci. Lab. Equip.
Engineering Equip.
Home Ec. Equip.
Research in Coal
Capital Outlay
         Subtotal



Bankhead-Jones,
MIorrill-Nelson Tch.
   Act.
Int. on Land Grant
   Bonds
Smith-Hughes (Voca.
   Ed.)
Vocational ".
   ( 3t.Dept GEd. ,
   Subtotal
Combined Total



4411,000.00 $399,210.08
14,000.00   7,619.35
50,000.00  23,529.16
15,000.00  14,204.63
15,000.00   3,037.08
j505 xOOeOO T4-47, 600,30



$ 12,000.00 * 10,O00.00
  10, 000.00  10,000.00
  30,000.00  16,000.00
  10,000.00   6,066.37
  20,000.00   3,198.23
  20,000.00   3, 361.83
  10,000.00
  16,000.00   1,480.96
  199,999.75  197a460.75
1327lg99.75 ;;246#568.14



. 44,867.87 ; 15,000OO

42,750.00  18 ,000.00





Ag 87?61?.87 ! 33.000.00
J920.617.62 k72768.44



24,000.00 $12,210.08*
  1,436.52   4,944.13
  15,789.41  10,681.43
               795.37
  4,074.78   L88814-
@ 45.300.71 i1a,098.99

            $  2,000.00

            15,000.00
   3,928.27 $     5.36
$ 140539.18 $ 2,262.59
w 3,123.51   13,514.66
     115.60   9,884.40
     413.71 14,105.33
              2 539.00
  22,120.27 i59-311.34

            0`29 667.87

            24t750.00





L......... kj54.617.87
$ 67?4L0. 98 ;a126,028.20



State Revolving Fund Balance

Receipts    Expendi-    Encum-
  to Date     tures       brancei



College Revolving
Bldg. Redemption
    Fund
         Total



144,770.28 , 32,245.94 435,706.80  $ 76,817.54



   8. 380.00 _ a .680 .00
UU153150,28 U _40262 .4 35,706.8



U3 76,817.54



*Expenditures and encumbrances in excess of receipts to date.



Free
Balance



Free
Balance




 





     Statement of Appropriations
For the Period Ending November 30, 1943

           College Division



Budget     Expendi-
Estimat-e  tures



Encum-
branees



Administration & General
General Admin.Officee
  Bd. of Trustees    i   600.00
  President's Office   7,900.00
  Comptroller's Office 6,190a00
  Accounting Division 15,737600
  Purch, & Stor.Div.   7,010.00
  Off. of Dean of Univ.5,330.00
  Off  of Dean of Men  4,140.00
  Off, of Dean of Women9,450.0
  Registrar's Office 20,390.00
  Personnel Office     2,470 00
  Bur. of Source Ivjats. 3,650.00
  Service Men's Surv.    950.00
       Subtotal     J832817.0O


 Student Welfare
 Lectures, Convocations,
      etce.            2,300.00
  Public Health Serv. 26,090.00
  Y.M .C .A._Y.W. C.A.
      Subsidy        _ 5-.042.00
        Subtotal



ki  334.30
  2,782.66
  3,035.61
  6i1174 53
  2j,37.55
  2,087.43
  1,389.92
  3t357.90
  7t141.29
     922.09
   l,254.62
   618e49-




       80.0(
    9,129.*1



4 4            265.70
    501.00  4,616.34
    36 00   3,118.39
             9S,619.47
             4,572,45
             3,242.57
      24.00   Z,726.08
              6,092.10
     235.00  13s013971
              1,547*91
              2,395.38

$   796.00 451.541,61



)  



ii 2,220.00
16,960.84

  3. 535. 60
;;22 716.4



Public Relations & Gen-
eral Exp,
Promotion & Pub. $14,070.00
Alumni Assn.        3,543.00
Catalogs, Announcements,
   Party, etc.       8,450.00
 General Expense
    (N.0.C.)         3,250.00
 Sten. Bureau        6,400.00
 Out-of-State Travel 3,500.00
 Alumni Postage    4___0_0_
      Subtotal     $320613

 Total Administrative
 & Gen. Expen,          &00



w



4,423.53 $
1,143.06

  411.24

2t327.61
2,304.06
  476.29



T1.085.79 ~T



420.50 $ 9,225.97
         2,399.94

410.00   7,628.76

           922.39
         4,095.94
382.72   2,640.99
           400 02
.213.22 $27.313.99



53.280.74 S 2.009.22910L572'.04



Free
Balance



    1,506 40
0 lOS735:56 V     ---



9  




 






      Statement of Appropriations
For the Period Ending November 30, 1943

           Colleae Division



Budget
Estlmalt&&



Expendil    Encum-
tures---    brances



Free
Balance



Instruction
College of Arts & Sciences
Adm, & Div&  
     Expense        $  7,56
  Anatomy & Phys.     10,38
  Ancient Languages    3,27
  Mnthro.& Archaeol.   4,4C
  Art                  6,88
  Bacteriology        23,79
  Botany              12,6C
  Chemistry           47,8'
  Eng.Lang.& Lit.     43,3E
  Geology             16,09
  German Language     10,11
  History             26,8C
  Journalism          12,4'
  Library Science     13,8
  Math. & Astronomy   38,51
  Military Science     2,0'
  music               20,7'
  Philosophy           4,8,
  Physical Education  20,4;
  Physics             48,2:
  Political Science    6,7:
  Psychology          21,3
  Pub.Health & 4ygo    4,8,
  Romance Languages   12,7



  Sociology
  Zoology
Total-_Arts &
    Sciences



11,W
1693



0.00
83B.00
'5.00
0O.00
30.00
30.00
)2,67
'7.00
59.99
66.77
95.00
)00 00
24.44
25.00
72.08
40,00
93.00
70.00
38.36
10 00
12.00
i33.33
80.00
55.00
45.00
20.0Q



$  3,104.59 $   10.90
   4,567.23
   19512,45
   2,039.74    395.00
   1,952.75
   9,046.07  1,350.90
   4,321.87    105.95
   18,184468  5,329.18
   15,640.23      7*75
   6,755w21    137.11
   4,138.36
   10,315.47     13.50
   4,218.50
   4,700.59    133.28
   14J453.43      1.10
     758.91     66.43
   6,555.12     32.00
   1t811.74
   7,304.41     20.00
   27,241.07  1,638.55
   2,017.10     18.00
   6,811.01     59.00
   2,235.41    110.90
   4t395.71
   lt916.09     24.00
   5.632.22

 $1711629.96 89.453.55



$ 4,444.51
   5,820 .77
   1,762.55
   1,965.26
   4,927.25
   13,393.03
   8,174.85
   24,363.14
   27,712.01
   9,154.45
   6,056.64
   16,471.03
   8,205.94
   8t991.13
   24,118.55
   1,214.66
   14,205.88
   3,058,26
   13,113.95
   19,330.38
   4t676.90
   14,463.32
   2,533.69
   8,359s29
   10,004.91

 6267.210.13




 





      Statement of Appropriations
For the Period Ending November 30, 1943

          College Division



                    Budget
                    Estimate
College of Engineering
Adm. & Div. Exp.  $ 46,247.78
Lab. Supervision    11,470.00
Instruction         86,440.00
Publications           664.49
Research in Coal    17.500.00
  Total - College
  of Engineering  S162.522.27

College of Commerce
Adm. & Instruction $ 39,142.00
Bur. of Bus.ResearchQ 8,240.QO
  Total-College of
  Commerce        $ 47.382.00

College of Agriculture
& Home Economics
Adm. & Gen. Exp.   $ 4,875.00
Agronomy             17,260.00
Animal Industry      24,215.00
Ent. & Botany        3,840.00
Farm Economics      12,291.00
Home Economics      40,611.66
Horticulture          7,590.00
Ikarkets & Rural Fi_
  nwnce               5,650.00
  Short Course           410.00
  Animal Pathology      2.680.00
  Total-College of
  Agriculture     9119,422.66



Expendi-
tures -



$ 11,024.10
   4,683.30
   30,208.55
     316029
_ 1.400.76

$ 47.633.00

$ 15,081.65
   3.467.50

8 18,549.15



$ 2,308.87
   6,744.75
   8,586.54
   1,562.30
   1,608.75
   11,380.15
   1,970.43

   1,624.90



Encum-
brances



Free
Balance



$ 3,410.69 $ 31,812.99
               6,786.70
               56,231.45
     440.00      91.80P
              16s099 24

S 3850.69 $110,838.58

$    162.00 $ 23,898.35
      35.00    4.737.50'

$    197.00 $ 28.635,85



S



      $  2,566.13
        10,515.25.
        15,628,46
        2,277.?0
        10,682,25
622.76   28,608,75
11.00    5,608.57

          4,025 10
            410.00
          1,625.86



$    633.76 k 81.948.06



College of Law
Admin, & Instruc-
  tion



$ 25.941.00



S 8a220.46



a   635.81 $ 17.084.73



*&ncumbrances and expenditures in excess of budget estimate.




 





      Statement of Appropriations
For the Period Ending November 30, 1943


           ColleQe Division



                    Budget
                    Estimate

College of Education
Admin. & Div.Expo $  7,350.00
Agr. Education     20,405.00
Bur.Sch.Service    12,280.00
  Business Education  2,320.00
  DistribOccupations 5,410.00
  School Admin.       3,210.00
  Ed, Psychology      5,600.00
  El. Education       7,660.00
  Univ.El. & H.S.     45,075.00
  Hist.of Education    4,060.00
  Home Ec. Ed.        15,920.00
  Phil. of Ed.         7,995.00
  Placement Bureau     2,650.00
  Secondary Education  7,670.00
  Trades & Industries 14,176,00
  Sum,.Sch.Spec.      3.337.5Q
    Total,Col.of EdW4265Q118 5



Graduate School



$ 2,160.00



Lxpendi-
ture s-



$  3,094.26
   7,306.03
   3,899.60
   1,115.00
   1,997,46
   1,200.00
   2,276.50
   3,028.75
   14,099.25
   1,685.00
   4,900.26
   2,795.95
     767.97
   2,687.61
   5,140.17
     839.63
$ 56I833.44

$ 1S170.03



Encum-
brances



Free
Balance



$    53.00 $  4,202.74
             13,098.97
    525.00    7,855,40
              1,205.00
      55.00    3,357.54
               2,010.00
               3t323.50
               4,631.25
     796.37   30,179.38
               2,375.00
               11,019,74
               5,199.05
      21.50    1,860.53
               4t982.39
      55.00   8,980.83
               2.497.87
   1,505.87 8?   6.779.9

            $    989,97



Botanical Garden

Educational Conf.



UnivExtension



Libraries



33,405.00



69.108.75



Total Instruction
& Related
Activities



11t902.61



169.47   21,332.92



24.277.30    5j129.57  39.701.88



8430.875.5Z j 23.584.94 8777.505.35



1,250.00

  700.00



291.00



247.00



959,00



453,00




 





     Statement of Appropriations
For the Period Ending November 30, 1943


          Colleze Division



Budget
Estimate



Expendi-
turgs



Encum-
brances



Operatio QL Plysical
    Plant
  Administration  $   13,335.50
  Police & Watchmen    5,130.64
  Op. of Buildings    54,910.00
  Kaint.-.Bldgs.& Equip. 57,090.00
  Maint.-Grounds      15,908.00
  Utilities & Their
  Operation          66,335.00
  Property Insurance  16,000.00
  Gen.Trucking Exp,    7,680.00
    Total-Operation
    of Physical
    Plant



$ 6,132.84
  1,864.57
  14,555.59
  17,456.30
  4,369.81

  17,155.21
  13,894.49
    3Z 221.X1



$    39.25 $ 7,163,41
    114.20    3,151,87
             40,354.41
             39,633.70
      43.50   11,494.69

      36,96   499142.83
               2,105.51
               4 388.89


$    23x99l $157.435.31



AuxiLliarYv Enter~rIMe
Vien' s Res. dalls S  14,010.00
  Women's Res.fialls   18,131.55
  Post Office         4. 0 .50
    Total.Auxiliary
    Enterprises  S  36,948.05



Combined Total



$ 10,260.90
   18,490.23
_22



$    10.00 4 3,739.10
  5,208.86    5,567.54*
               2 ;r6i.-A



$ 30&995.95 3 5.2198.

8 540.591.40 6 29.OS37-h



$935 .67.90



*Encumbrances and expenditures in excess of budget estimate.



Free
Balance



9 78.719w9-2



Si.05 303. -so 01




 






     Statement of Appropriations
For the Period Ending November 30, 1943


              ZJant Funds



Budget
Eatimates



P.W.A.-First Bond
  I su8.



P.W.A.-Second Bond
  Issue



Expendi-
turesa



$ 35,600.00



16,700.00



8,390.80



Lease Commitment on
  Kinkead and Breck-
  inridge Hialls

Lease Commitment on
  Kinkead and Breck..
  inridge !ialls

Lease Commitment on
  Service Building

Dicker nouse Annuity

Capital Outlay

Woolley House

Total-Plant Funds



14, 318.33



10 323.33


5,600.00

  447.15



200,000,00



2,413.32



223.33



186.62



1697,460.75



&3 z9m                   L I& 2     I   19 - 62
                                                ;.r



*Expendituree in excess of
                     budget estimates.



Encum-
branrces



Free
Balance



; 35,600,00



8,309.20



11,905.01



1,100.00



5,600.00



168.00



92.53



2,539.25




 






   Statement of Unrealized Income
For the Period Ending November 30, 1943


     Experiment Station Division



Budget
Estimate



State ApDroDriations
General
Tobacco Research
Service Laboratories
Nursery Inspection
Princeton Sub-Station
Quicksand Sub-Station
Horticulture
Strawberry Mktg.& Label.
       Subtotal


Federal Funds
Hatch
Adams
Purnell
Bankhead-Jones
        Subtotal

Sales and Sgrvices
Serum Sales
Seed Inspection Fees
Fertilizer Tags
Feeod.nspection Tags
License Fees
Farm Sales
Nursery Inspection Fees
Special Income
West.Ky. Miscellaneous
Public Analysis Misc.
            Subtotal
     Combined Total



50,000.00
  7,500.00
  21,000.00
  2,000.00
  16,000.00
  16,000.00
  10,000.00
  1.500.00
,$124.000.00


$ 15,000.00
  15,000.00
  60,000.00
  81. 533.32
6171. i33.32