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     Minutes of the Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees
for Friday, January 27, 1928.


     The Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees of the
University of Kentucky met in regular monthly session at the
President's Office at the University of Kentucky on Friday,
January 27, 1928, at 11:30 a. me  The following members were
present: Senator Richard P. Ernst, Judge R. C. Stoll, Mr. Rob-
ert G. Gordon, and Mr. H. MA. Froman.  Meeting with the Com-
mittee were President Frank L. McVey and Wellington Patrick,
Secretary of the Bcard.

     The minutes of the previous meeting of the Executive Com-
mittee were approved as published.  The minutes of the Board
of Trustees for the December meeting were approved with the
following corrections: Professor T.- T. Jones to be granted
leave of absence on full pay for the first semester 1928-1929.

     Professor Enoch Grehan to be granted sabbatical leave of
absence for the second semester 1928-1929 on full pay.

     The December minutes of the Board are corrected, also,
to show that Mr. E. M. Johnson, Assistant Plant Pathologist
at the Experiment Station, be granted sabbatical leave of
absence from October 20, 1928, to March 20, 1929, instead of
Mr. E. C. Johnson.


     1. Report of the Business Agent,  The report of the Bus-
iness Agent was received and read and ordered incorporated
in the minutes.  The report was as follows:


                                           EXHIBIT 11BI


            Statement of Income and Expenditures
                    Month of December 1927

                                                            Fiscal
                                    Previously   Current   Year
                                    Reported     Month     To Date

General Fund Income
   Federal Appropriation            42,750.00             42,750.00
   Vocational Education Board                    64031.24  67031.24
   State Appro, - Girls' Dormitory  75,000.00             75,000.00
   State Tax                       301,049.09   83,583.7934 ,637.88
   Interest on Liberty Loan Bonds      850.00                850.00
   Interest on Endowment Bonds       4,322.25              4,322,25




 




2.



   Student Fees                56,908.93
   Student Fees - Sum. School  30,648.05
   Student Fees - Univ. H.S.    19920.00
   Student Fees - Univ. Exten.  8,433.35
   Miscellaneous Receipts       3,212.78
   Rentals                      4,599.66
   Summer School - State Approi
                 Total        529.694.11

Expenditures
   Instruction                275,264.01
   Admin. Expense and Main.   100,218.27
   Additions and Betterments   59,665.47
                Total         435,147.75

   Excess of Income over Ex.   94,546.36

Patterson Hall Income
   Board                       32 023.52
   Room Rent - Sumner School    4.000.50
               Total         .364024.02



   212.50    57,121.08
 2,600.00    33,248.05
               1,920,00
 1,859.30    10,292.65
 1,425.36     49638.14
    397.00     4,996.66
10,000.00    10,000.00
106,113.84   635,807.95



61,600.82
15,419.51
11,415.29
88,435. 62



336,864.83
115,637.78
71,080.76
523.583.37



112,224.58



180.55

l80.55



32,204.07
3000. 50
36,204.57



Expenditure
   Expense
   Additions and Betterments
                Total



Excess of Income over Ex.   10, 611. 34



General Fund Income
General Fund Expenditures

   Excess of General Fund
     Income over. Expendi-
     tures

   Excess of Receipts over
     Expenditures for Gen-
     eral Ledger Accounts

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



24,129.48
1,283. 20
25,412. 68



565,~718. 13
460,580.43



1059157. 70



28,085. 24




133,242.94



6,216. 55
    549.40
  6,765.95

  (6,585.40)

106 294.39
95,201.57



11,092.82



(7.302.36)




  3,790.46



30,346.03
1,832.60
32,178.63

4X025.94



6721012.52
555,762.00



116,250.52



20,782.88




137,033.40



Excess of Receipts over
  Expenditures for the
  fiscal year to date -
  General Fund
Cash in Bank July 1, 1927 -
  General Fund
Cash in Bank December 31,
  1927 - General Fund



1379033.40

(70,916. 21)

66r117.19




 




3.



Trust Fund Income
  Student Loan Fund
  Student Notes Paid
     Total Receipts

Expenditures
  Expense
  Student Notes
      Total

  Excess of Receipts over
    Expenditures



1 487.10
4, 844.13
6,331.23


  244.31
3500,00
3,744. 31


2,586 92



Excess of Receipts over
Expenditures for the
  fiscal year to date -
  Trust Fund
Cash in Bank July l 1927
  - Trust Fund
Cash in Bank December 31,
  1927 - Trust Fund



Experiment Station Income
Hatch - Federal Appro
Milk and Butter - Cash Rec.
  Beef Cattle Sales
  Dairy Cattle Sales
  Sheep Sales
  Swine Sales
  Poultry Sales
  Farm Produce Sales
  Horticultural Sales
  Seed Test
  Rentals
  Miscellaneous
  Fertilizer - Fees
  Public Service Laboratory -
    State Appropriation
  Feeding Stuffs - Fees
  Adams - Federal Appropriation
  Serum   Sales
  Serum - Virus Sales
  Serum - Supply Sales
  Serum - Miscellaneous
  State Appropriation
  Creamery - License Fees
  Creamery - Testers' Licenses
  Creamery - Glassware Tested
  Robinson - State Appro.
  Western Ky. - State Appro.
  Purnell - Federal Appro.
  State Appro. - Patterson
    Farm Purchase



7,500.00
6,347X74
5,462.41
  562.50
  614 60
1,223,09
1,172.20
21298.53
  240,20
  133.28
  610.40
2,771.51
7,505.50

6,000.00
24,155.96
7, 500.00
4,361.52
  141.85
  103.65
    26,88

 5,901.00
 1,982.00
   547.04
 9, 168. 96
 7,523.01
 20,000.00

 10,375 00



1, 263. 52
  426.84

  474. 85

  303.96
2,121.31
   53.00
   25.00
   105.67
   21.35
   131. 25

1,500.00
5,025.66

  497.99
  14.70
    31. 75

30,553.92
    70.50
    68.00
    95.91



7,500.00
7,611.26
5,889.25
  562.50
1,089,45
1 , 223.09
1,476.16
4,419. 84
  293.20
  158.28
  716.07
2, 792.86
7 ,636.75

7,500.00
29,181.62
7, 500.00
4,859.51
   156. 55
   135.40
   26. 88
30 , 553.92
5 971. 50
2,050.00
   642.95
 9,168.96
 7 , 523.01
 20,000.00

 10,375.00



37. 76
434. 64
472.40


49.00
8977. 00
946.00


(474.60)



1,524.86
53278,77
6,803.63


  293. 31
4,397.00
4 690. 31


2,113.32



2,113, 32

1 152,22

3, 265. 54




 





4.



Miscellaneous Funds
           Total



Expenditures
   Expense
   Additions and Betterments
         Total

   Excess of Expenditures
      over Income



134,228.83



144,506.41
9649.06
1543155.47_


(19,926.64)



5,000.00   5,000.00
47,785.18 182,014.01



27,253.92
   933.74
28,187.66


19,597.52



171,760.33
10,582.80
182,343.13


   (329. 12)



Excess of Expenditures
   over Income for the
   fiscal year to date -
   Experiment Station
Cash in Bank July 1, 1927 -
   Experiment Station
Cash in Bank December 31i
   1927 - Experiment Sta,-
   tion



Extension Division Income
  Federal Smith-Lever
  Federal Supplementary
  County and Other
          Total

Expenditures
   Expense

   Excess of Expenditures
     over Income



50.00
50.00



76X120.35
22 ,550.46
   883.80
99,554.91



134,602.24



t,047 33) (27,493.29)



76,120.65
22,550.46
   933.80
99,604.91



162.145. 53



(62,540.62)



Excess of Expenditures
  over Income for the
  fiscal year to date -
  Extension Division
Cash in Bank July 1, 1927 -
  Extension Division
Cash in Bank December 31, 1927 -
  Extension Division



(62,540.62)

  2,710. 89

(59,829. 73)



Sundry
  General Fund Income
  Trust Fund Income
  Experiment Station Income
  Extension Division Income
           Total



565 , 718. 13
  1 , 487. 10
134, 228. 83
99,554,91
8003988.97



106,294. 39
     37. 76
 47 , 785. 18
     50.00
1543167.33



672,012 52
  1, 524. 86
182,014.01
99,604.91
955,156.30



(329.12)

4,234.47



33905. 35




 




5i



General Fund Expenditures
Trust Fund Expenditures
Experiment Station Expenditures
Extension Division Expenditures
          Total

Excess of Income over Expen-
  ditures



460,560.43
    2-44,31
154,X155.47
134,602. 24
749,562,45


51, 426.52



95,201.57 555,762.00
     49.00     2U.",c31
 28,187.66 182,343e13
 27,543.29 162 1485.73
150,981.52 900,543.9wr'


  3,185.81 54,612.33



Excess of Receipts over Expen-
  ditures for General Ledger
  Accounts



Student Loan Fund - Notes

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



28,085.24

1 03845.13



80,^855. 8dt9



(7 ,302.36)



20,782.88



(4-62.36)    881.77



(457 8,91 ) 7 6,278.i982



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



760, 273.98



Cash in Bank and on hand July
1, 1927 - Combined Fund
Cash in Bank and. on hand De-
  cember 31, 1927 - Combined
  Fund.



(60,818.63)



15,458.35



Abstract of item shown on Statement of Income
  and Expenditures as "Excess of Receipts
  over Expenditures for General Ledger Ac-
  counts 5210,782.88.11



Debit



Accounts Receivable

Insurance Paid in Advance

Sundry Accounts



1,842.34

3,474. 74



5,317.08



26 099.96
5 ,317.08

20,782.88



Credit

26,099.96




 







6.



    2. Increase of Salary of Business Agent.  The salary of the
Business Agent was ordered to be increased by $37.50 for one
month to cover expense of premium on bond.

     3. Student Loan Fund.  President McVey stated that the
Student Loan Fund Committee desired to increase the student loan
fund.  Motion was made, seconded and carried authorizing the
Student Loan Fund Committee to solicit funds for the purpose in--
dicated.

     4. Legislative Matters. President McVey reported to the
Committee in detail the request of the University of Kentucky
on the Legislature for additional funds.  The matter was dis-
cussed at some length and motion was made, seconded and carried
authorizing the President to order from the State Journal Company
copies of all bills presented to the Legislature.

     5. Memorial Building, President McVey stated that bids
had been advertised for a memorial building to be submitted at
10:00 a.m., February 8, 1928.  Motion was made, seconded and
carried that the Executive Committee meet on that date.

     60 Mineral Rights at Robinson Experiment Station. President
McVey presented to the Committee a statement regarding the min-
eral rights at the Robinson Experiment Station.  He indicated
that the mineral rights on the property had been reserved by
Moberly and Robinson and that the property was given to the Uni-
versity.  He indicated that the taxes on the mineral rights
had not been paid and that they were advertised for sale.   Mo-
tion was made, seconded and carried authorizing the Director
of the Experiment Station to bid on these mineral rights with
the understanding that the delinquent tax title might as a
result revert in the mineral rights ultimately being owned by
the University.

     7. Summer Session Budget.  The Summer Session budget for
1928 was presented and a motion was made, seconded and carried
that the budget be accepted as a basis for the conduct of a
summer school for 1928 and that it be adopted with the under-
standing that $10,000 is to be made available from the Legi s-
lature for its operation.   The budget was as  follows:




 






7.



Summer Session, 1928

       Budget



Administration



Director
Dean of Women
Printing
Postage
Clerical Service
Signs and Incidentals
Entertainment
                    Total


Instruction

Arts and Sciences
Agriculture
Engineering
Law
Education
Commerce
Coaching School
Student Assistants
Doctor J. E. Rush
Nurse, Department of Hygiene



Total Estimated Expenditure



Estimated Income
  1100 students at $18.00 each
  25 students (College of Law) at
     $50.00 each
  550 students at $18.00 each
  Department of Public Instruction
  Vocational Education
  From Dormitorieb
  Coaching School
  Summer Session Appropriation
                     Total



Total Estimated Income



1st Term

$3000O0
  200.00
  200.00
  300.00
  150.00
  30,00
  3000.00
f$4180.00



  $11840. 88
    -27351.14
    12()0 00
      888. 88
      4283. 76
    1511.09
    1500.00
      500.00
      303.70
      166. 66
   $24939.11

$43330.39



$19800.00



   1250.00

   1200.00
   600.00
   1200.00
   600.00
   5000.00
$29650 .00

$45, 350.00



Excess of Income Over Expenditure



2nd Term

$300.00
  200.00
  200.00
  50.00
  20.00
  15.00
  300.*00
$085.00



$7222.15

   800.00
   888, 88
   2656. 01
   788, 88

   300 00
   303.70
   166. 66
$13126, 28



-9900. 00
1200,00

   600.00

   5000.00
$16700.00



$ 3,019. 61




 




8.



    8. Bill of Warner, McCornack & Mitchell.   A bill for i,2400
from Warner, MoCornack & Mitchell, architects, was presented and
ordered paid.



     9. Report of Athletic Council.   A report from the Athletic
Council was ordered received and filed as published.



REPORT OF ATHLETIC COUNCIL


Varsity Football - 1927



Game



Maryville
Indiana
Wesleyan
Florida
Washington & Lee
Vanderbilt
Alabama
V. M. I.
Centre
Tennessee

               Total



Receipts

$1,929.10
5,149.60
2,030. 70
6 ,000,00
5,530.00
3,000.00
4,169 96
2,223.50
5,343.65
8,352.50

$43,729.01



Expenseb

$1 ,104.48
3,159.78
1,137.73
2,619D20
4,311.24
1 , 067, 35
1,594.89
    757.00
    178.50
 5,110.25

21,040 9 42



                       Bal. (Gain)  322,088.59


Freshman Football - 1927



Georgetown
Vanderbilt
West Virginia
Centre

Tennessee



Total



100.00
311.90
269,00
568. 20



   500.00

$1,749.10



        65.00
        636.50
     1,022.05
       325.35

       597. 05

    $2,645. 95
Bal. (Loss.)



Gridgraph - 1927



Florida
Vanderbilt
Alabama
V. M. I.



206.30
93.80
185.10
56.25

T541.45



Total



        36.00
        35.00
        34.00
        35.00

      $143.00
Bal. (Gain)       398.45



896.85




 







REPORT OF ATHLETIC COUNCIL (Continued)


                     Cross Country - 1927

Louisville State Meet                    52.78

                                  Bal. (Loss)            52.78



                     Varsity Basketball

Clemson                                 363.45     377.50
Miami                                    365,95    229.50
Berea                                   322.45     154.50
                         Total       ?1 ,051.85 I 761.50

                                  Bal. (Gain)            '290 e35

Bank Balance - January 6, 1928 - j6,41l249.




     10. Report of Director of University Extension,    The se-
mester's report of the Director of University Extension on the
finances of the Department and its enrollment was read and the
following extract therefrom was ordered incorporated in the
minutes:




                                    January 25, 1928

     Dr. Frank L. McVey, President
          University of Kentucky
               Lexington, Kentucky

     My dear Sir:

          Attached is a copy of the semi-annual financial
     statement to the Busines Agent, covering the period
     May 1, 1927, to December 31, 1927.    I would call at-
     tention to the following points:




 





10l



     First, the enrollment in the Department during
the first semester was 1,147 persons with 1,642 en-
rollments.   In addition, the Department organized
special residence courses on the campus under arrange-
ments with the Deans with 184 enrollments and 87 per-
sons, making a total of 1 826 enrollments and 1,234
persons during the first semester.    We are reporting
the special residence courses separately so that the
Registrar may have the information for his report.

     Second; the receipts for the Department during
the semester are slightly in excess of 'l14,000.   At
the present time there are only three outstanding
items to be collected.   These are all good and we ex-
pect to have them collected and turned in to the
Business Office before the first of February.    The
total receipts have been checked by the Business Office
and the report which we have made approximately agrees
with the Business Office receipts.

     Third, the Department is costing the University
under its budget approximately `n29,OOO annually, 10,000
of which is a revolving fund for the payment of instruc-
tion.   This revolving fund is increased in the Bus-
iness Office according to the amount of actual receipts
turned in by the Department.    The report which we
are making covers only correspondence courses and exten-
sion classes and shows the actual situation so far as
those two activities are concerned.    Our plan has been
to make them pay for themselves and have a small amount
left over to apnly on overhead expense.    When collec-
tions are made we shall have left approximately $3,000,
which, with the collections for the second semester,
will possibly aggregate approximately $5 ,000 for the
year.   This will mean that the Department will actual-
ly cost the University somewhere in the neighborhood
of ,Mll 000 or M'12,000 for the year.

     The work of the Department has considerably in-
creased during this semester and the total receipts
and enrollments of students for the year will, if
the present outlook is realized, be considerably in
excess of last year.

                    Very truly yours,

                      (Signed) Wellington Patrick, Director
                                Department of University
                                        Extension




 




11.



     11. Garden Club of Lexington. A statement was read by Pres-
ident McVey in which he indicated that the Garden Club of. Lex-
ington wanted to cooperate with the University in developing a
wild flower garden on the campus on the North side of White Hall.
The matter was discussed at length and an appropriation of $600
was made for starting the work.


     12. Report on Retiring Allowance.  President McVey made a
brief report to the Board on the progress on the tonic of retir-
ing allowances on which the faculty committee has been working
for some time,


     13. Appointments, Adjustments in Salaries and Resignations.
The following list of appointments, adjustment in salaries and
resignations, was recommended by President McVey and on motion,
duly seconded, approved:


                        Appointments

     Charles 0. Bondurant, County Agent, Washington County, ef-
fective January 23 to June 30, 1928, at a salary of $100 a month.

     John R. Bullock, graduate assistant in Political Science,
for the second semester, at a salary of $300 for the semester.

     Professor Fordyce Ely, Professor of Dairy Husbandry effec-
tive at such time as he reports for duty at a salary of .;3600
a year.

     H. A. McPherson, County Agenat, Fulton County, effective
January 1 to December 31, 1928, at a salary of *4216.2X3 a month.

     Gayle Mohney, assistant in Political Science, for the
second semester, 1927-1928, at a salary not to exceed *10 a
month.

     Thomas W. Morgan, Assistant County Agent, Caldwell County,
effective January 23 to June 30, 1928, at a salary of $100 a
month.

     Miss Florence Cobb, Assistant Home Demonstration Agent,
Graves County, effective January 12 to 31, 1928, at a salary
of $100 a month.

     M. P. Nichols, County Agent, Ohio County, effective January
1, to December 31, 1928, at a salary of '4183-1/3 a month.

     John Loraine Sullivan, Assistant County Agent, Franklin
County, effective January 23, to June 30, 1928, at a salary of
$100 a month.




 




12.



     0. B. Travis, County Agent, Breckinridge County, effective
January 1 to December 31, 1928, at a salary of $158-1/3 a month.

     Aubrey A. Wood, Assistant County Agent, Owen County, effective
December 15, 1927, to June 30, 1928, at a salary of 3100 a month.

     C. M. Wade, Assistant County Agent, Fayette County, effective
January 9 to January 15, 1928, inclusive, at a salary of 3125.00
a month.


                 Continuation of Employment
     S. W. Anderson, County Agent, Jefferson County, effective
January 1 to December 31, 1928, at a salary of $250.00 a month.

     W. J. Ashbrook,.County Agent, Green County, effective Jan-
uary 1 to December 31, 1928, at a salary of $150 a month.

     Miss Ruby Miller Barlow, Home Demonstration Agent. Christian
County, effective January 1, to December 31, 1928, at a salary
of 3136-2/3 a month.

     T. S. Bishoop, County Agent, Adair County, effective Janu-
ary 1 to December 31, 10228, at a salary of 166. 2/3 a month.

     Stuart Brabant, County Agent, Logan County, effective Jan-
uary 1 to December 31, 1928, at a salary of 1208.1/3 a month.

     F. D. Crutcher, County Agent, Hardin County, effective
January 1 to December 31, 1928, at a salary of t183-1/3 a month.

     Carl B. Day, County Agent, Casey County, effective January
10, 1928, to January 9, 1929, at a salary of .133-1/3 a month.

     H. R. Forkner, County Agent, Boone County, effective Jan-
uary 1, to December 31, 1928, at a salary of $183-1/3 a month.

     Miss Zilpha Foster, Home Demonstration Agent, McCracken
County, ef-fective January 1 to December 31, 1928, at a salary
of $200 a month.

     G. W. Gardner, County Agent, Washington County, effective
January 1 to December 31, 1928, at a salary  of .208-1/3 a month.

     J. F. Graham, County Agent, Caldwell County, effective
Januarv 1, 1928, to December 31, 1928, at a salary of $208-1/3 a
month.'
     Ray C. Hopper, County Agent, Meade County, effective Jan-
uary 1 to December 31, 1928, at a salary of .$166-2/3 a month.

     Mrs. Catherine T. Johnson, Home Demonstration Agent, Jeffer-
son County, effective January 1 to December 31, 1928, at a salary
of $216-2/3 a month.




 





13.



     S. J. Jones, County Agent, Mercer County, effective January
1 to December 31, 1928, at a salary of $183-173 a month.

     H4 Da Rice, County Agent, Henry County  effective January 1
to December 31, 1928, at a salary of $183-13 a month.

     D. D. Roberts, Assistant County Agent, Trimble County, effectiw
January 1 to March 31, 1928, at a salary of $100 a months

     Ruth Robertson, Home Demonstration Agent, Calloway County,
effective January 1 to December 31, 1928, at a salary of $166-2/3
a month,

     G. C. Routt, County Agent, Graves County, effective January
1 to December 31, 1928, at a salary of 3250 a month.

     Cc M. Wade, County Agent, Scott County  effective January 16
to December 31, 1928, at a salary of S208-13 a month.

     Clyde Watts, County Agent, Cal-roll County, effective January
1, to December 31, 1928, at a salary of 9.200 a month.

     H. W. Whittenburg, County Agent, Simpson County, effective
January 1 to December 31, 1928, at a salary of tl83-l/3 a months



                    Adjustments in Salary

     Miss Dorothy Banks, clerk in the poultry section, Department
of Animal Husbandry, increase in salary from $75.00 to 185.00
a month, effective February 1, 1928.

     J. 0. Barkman, Assistant Professor of Dairy Manufactures,
adjustment in salary of $37.62 per month from February to June,
1928, inclusive, said amount to increase Extension salary to
cover -he salary he is making as Professor of Dairy Manufactures.


                        Resignations

     Resignation of Mr. I. H. Brune, graduate assistant in
mathematics, to take effect at the end of the first semester,
1927-1928.


                             Respectfully submitted,


                                         Welling Patrick, Secretary
                                                Board of Trustees