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     Minutes of the regular monthly meeting of the Executive
Committee for Wednesday, February 8, 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 10:00 o'clock, Wednesday, February 8,
1928.   The following members were present:   Judge Stoll, Mr.
Gordon, Senator Froman and Mr. McKee.    Meeting with the Com-
mittee were President McVey and Wellington Patrick, Secretary
of the Board.   The following persons were also present at the
meeting:. Mr. Warner, of the firm of Warner and McCornack, arch-
itects; Mr. Hayes, Superintendent for Warner and McCornack;
Mr. M. J. Crutcher, Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds; and
Mr. Robert McMeekin, Architect.


     1. Contract for Memorial Building.    Bids for the contract
for the Memorial Building to be erected on the University campus
were opened in the presence of a number of contractors, read
and tabulated and on motion duly seconded, the lowest bids in
each case were accepted.   Contracts were awarded as follows:
General Construction, J. T. Jackson Lumber Company; Heating and
Ventilation, R.. L. Cranfill; Electrical Work, Ben C. Engles
Company of Danville, Kentucky.    The alternate for Jackson cor-
crete blocks and general construction was authorized and deducted
from the general construction contract, $5500 being deducted,
making the bid of the Jackson Lumber Company at $90 ,000. Motion
was made, seconded and carried authorizing the chairman of the
Executive Committee and the Secretary of the Board to execute
the contracts,

     2. Planting at Stock Judging Pavilion. A communication was
read from Mr. Me4. J. Crutcher, Superintendent of Buildings and
Grounds, asking for appropriation of 1250 for planting at
Stock Judging Pavilion.   Motion was made, seconded and carried
authorizing the appropriation.

     3. Bill to Sell University Property.   President MrtoVey
presented to the Committee a draft of a bill to be proposed to
the Legislature authorizing the Board of Trustees of the Uni-
versity of Kentucky to dispose of such property as may no long-
er be needed for University purposes.    Motion was made,
seconded and carried approving the bill in the form drafted.

     4. RePort of the Business Agent.   Report of the Business
Agent for the month of January was read and ordered incorporat-
ed in the minutes.   The report was as follows:




 



2.



EXHIBIT  "B"



Statement of Income and Expenditures
       MIonth of January 1928
                                                Fiscal
                    Previously    Current      Year
                    Reported      Month       To Date



General Fund Income
  Federal Appropriation          42,750.00
  Vocational Education Bd.        6,031,24
  State Appro. - Girlst Dorm.    75,000.00
  State Tax                     384,637088
  Interest on Liberty Loan
    Bonds                           850.00
  Interest on Endoikrment Bonds   4,322.25
  Student Fees                   57,121.08
  Student Fees - Summer Sch.     33,248.05
  Student Fees - Unive High Sch. 1,920.00
  Student Fees - Univ. Exton.    10,292.65
  Miscellaneous Receipts          4,238.14
  Rentals                         4,9906.66
  Summer School - State Appro.   10,000.00
                  Total        635,807.95



68 , 374.59



42,750.00
  61? 0 31. 24
  75,000.00
453,012.47



               850.00
4,322.25    8,644.50
   218.54   57,339.62
            33,248.05
            1,1920.00
2,753.21   13 , 045.86
   421.45    5,059.59
   680.59    5,677.25
            10,o000.00
76 770 63 712,578.58



Expenditures
  Instruction
  Administra. Expense & Main.
  Additions and Betterments
                Total

  Excess of Incomle over Ex-
    Denditures



336,864.83
115,637.78
71,080.76
523,583.37


112,224.58



73,933. 71
22,836.93
  9,193.92
105,994. v56


( 29,223. 93)



410,79 8.54
138,504.71
80 ',74 .68
629! 577, 93


83.000.65



Patterson Ha1l Income
  3oard
  Miscellaneous
  Room Rent - Summer School
                      Total



Expenditure
  Expense
  Additions and Betterments
                 Total

  Excess of Expen. over Income



General Fund Income             i
General Fund Expenditures

  Excess of General Fund Income
     over Expenditures
  Excess of Receipts over
     Expenditures for General
     Ledger Accounts



32,204.07

4 000. 50
362A04.57



30,346,03
1,832.60
32,0178.63

4,025.94



372,012.52
555,762,00


116,250.52



527.52   522731.59
16.15       16.15
          4,000,50
543.67   363748.24



6 828.50
  345.95)
56,488.88,

(9a.m 88)



37 y174. 53
  1.486.65.


  (1 912,94)
77,314 30  7493 26.8



77)314.30 7493326.82
112,477.11 '668,239.11


(35,162.81) 81,087.71



(6,233.08)  145549.80



20,782.88




 



3.



Excess of Receipts over
  Expenditures for the
  fiscal year to date -
  General Fund
Excess of Receiots over Ex-
  penditures for the fiscal
  year to date - General Fund
Cash in Bank July 1, 1927 -
  General Fund
Cash in Bank January 31, 192c
  General Fund



Trust Fund Income
  Student Loan Fund
  Student Notes Paid
          Total Receipts

Expenditures
  Expense
  Student Notes
           Total
  Excess of Receipts over
    Expenditures



137,033.40   (41,395.89)



95,637.51



95,637.51

(70,916.21)

24,721.3Q



1,524.86
5,278.77
6,803.63

  293.31
4,397.00
4 ? 690.31

2,113.32



  224.67
  959.14
1.183.81


   45.00
2,595.00
2,640.00

(1,456.19)



1 ,749. 53
6 , 237.91
7$X987."44


  338. 31
69392.00
7 ? 330. 31

  657.13



Excess of Receipts over Expendi-
  tures for the fiscal year to
  date - Trust Fund                                           657,13



Cash in Bank July 1, 1927 - Trust Fund
Cash in Bank January 31, 1928 - Trust
   Fund



1,152.22

1,809.35



Experiment Station Income
  Hatch - Federal Appropriation
  Milk and Butter - Cash Re-
    ceipts
  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 Lab.-State Ap.
  Feeding Stuffs - Fees
  Adams - Federal ApDro.
  Serum - Sales
        - Virus Sales
        - Supply Sales



7,500.00

7,611.26
5,089.25
   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



3,750.00

1,293.30

  170 00
  46.76
  70.21
  244.14
1,285,21
   15.75
   33.00
2,083.66
     .75
3,342.50

6,560.32
3,750.00
  179.02
    4.95
    39.20



11,250.00

8,904.56
5,889. 25
   732.50
 1,136. 21
 1,293.30
 1,720.30
 5,705.05
   308.95
   191.28
 2,799.73
 2,793.61
 10,979.25
 7,500.00
 35,741.94
 11,250.00
 5,038.53
   161.50
   174.60




 



4.



Serum - Miscellaneous        26.88
State Appropriation      30Y,553.92
Creamery - License Fees   5,971.50
         - Testers Lice   2,050.00
         - Glassware Test.  642.95
Robinson - State Appro.   9,168.96
West. Ky. - State Appro.    7,523.01
Purnell - Fed. Appro.    20,000.00
State Annro.-Patterson
   Farm Purchase         10,375.00
Nursery Inspection - St.
   A-pro.
Nursery Inspection - Fees
Miscellaneous              5,000.00
        Total                 4.01



Expenditures
  Expense
  Additions and Better-
    rmIent s
         Total



171,7760,33

10,58 2.80
182,343.13



    15 v20

    19.50
    102.00
    34.88


10,000.00



  1,455.27
  1,152.02

  35, 647.64


  28,736. 05

    648 27
 29, 384! 32



    42.08
30, 553.92
5,991,00
2,152,00
   677.83
 9 ,1668. 96
 7,523.01
 30,000.00

-10P3?5.G0

  1,455.27
  1,152.02
  5,000i00
217, 061.65


200,496.38

11 ,231.07
211,727.45



Excess of Income over
Expenditures

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



Cash in Bank July 1, 1927 -
Experiment Station



Cash in Bank January 31, 1928 -
Experiment Station



Extension Division Income
  Federa]. Smith-Lever
  Federal Supolementary
  County and Other
            Total

ExDenditures
  Expense
  Excess of Income over
    Expenditures



76,120.65
22,550.446
   933. 80
_99, 604L91


162,145, 53

(2A54)



76,120.65
22,550.47
    56.25
981727.37


29 390.13



152,241.30
45,100.93
    990.05
198,332.28


191,535.66

  6,796.62



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



5,934.20



5,934 e20



4 234.47



10, 168.67



6,796.62

2,710.89

9$507.51




 




5.



Summary.
General Fund Income      672i012.52
Trust Fund Income          1,524.86
Experiment Station Income l2.0l4.01.
Extension Diva Income     99,604.91
           Total           955j156.30



General FIund txpen.
Trust Fund Expenditures
Experiment Station Ex-
penditures
Extension Division Ex-
penditures
          Total



55S5 jY62e 00
     293. 31

 182, 343. 13

 162 145. 53
-9~7



77,314.30   749,326.83
   224.S7     1,749.53
35,647.64   217,661 65
98,727.3jh7  1984332.28
?la 913. 98 1, 167,070. 28



112 ,477i11
    -45.00



668,239.11
    338.31



29,X384. *2  211 727,45

191396.563  191,535.66
171a, 2936.5 6 1,071 *840.@53



Excess of Income over Ex-
  penditures
Excess of Receipts over
  Expenditures for Gen-
  eral Ledger Accounts



54,612. 33


20,782.88



Student Loan Fund - Notes    881.77



40,617.42


(6,233.08)

1 1635.863



95,229.75


142549.80

  (754.09)



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



76,276.98



32,748.48



Excess of Receipts over
  Expenditures for the
  fiscal year to date -
  Combined Fund
Cash in Bank and on hand July 1,
  1927 - Combined Fund
Cash in Bank and on hand January t1,
  1 28, - Combined Fund



109,025.46



109,025.46

(60,818.63)

48,206.83



Abstract of item shown on Statement of Income and Expen-
  ditures as "excess of Receipts over Expenditures for
  General Ledger Accounts $14,549.80."



Debit



Accounts Receivable



Insurance Paid in Advance



Credit

$26,099.96



$1),842. 34



Sundry Accounts



11,550.16



26,099.96
l1.,550.16
$14,5409.80




 



6,



     5. Appointments, Continuation of Employment and Resianations.
The following list of appointments, continuation of employmont and
resignations recommended by President McVey was approved by the
Conmmittee:


                        ApDointments
    Mr. James Caamack, instructor in mathematics, University High
School, effective February 1, 1928, at a salary of 2250.00 a year.

     Mro J. S. Mitchell, instructor in science, University High
School, effective February 1, 1928, at a salary of 82000 a year,

                   Continuation of Employment

     Willis Abner, County Agent of Pike County, Kentucky, effective
iviarch 1, 1928, to February 28, 1929, at a salary of j200000 a
month.

     Miss Florence Cobb, Home Demonstration Agent, Graves County,
Kentucky, effective February 1. to December 31, 1928, at a salary
of t150.00 a month.

     Miss Dearl Cress, Home Demonstration Agent, Garrard County,
Kentucky , effective February 1 to December 31, 1928, at a sa;-
ary of 4150.00 a month,

     Fred Lawson, County Agent of Floyd County, Kentucky, effective
March 1, 1928, to February 28, 1929, at a salary of   LO'S-2/3 a
month.

     Mrs.' M..Alma Moore, Home Demonstration Agent, Muhlenberg
County, Kentucky, effective February 1 to December 31, 1928, at
a salary of $150.00 a month,

     E. R. Sparks, County Agent,Clay County, Kentucky, effective
April 1, 1928, to March 31, 1929, at a salary of ~141-2/3 a
month.


                        Resignations

     Miss Mary Beall, instructor in mathematics, University High
School, effective at the end of the first semester, 1927- 1928,

     Mr. Lewis A Piper, instructor in science, University High
School, effective at the end of the first semester, 1927-1028.


                              Respectfuly submitted

                                       Wellington Patrick Secretary
                                                Board of Trustees