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  • 1915: By June 30, 1915, the total valuation of the Chemistry Laboratory had reached 541,970.65, with 32,095.08 in major laboratory equipment, 23,000 in chemicals and small laboratory equipment, 1,241.95 in office equipment... (Chemistry)
  • 1940: ...er recommended that the money be placed towards the construction of the Men's Residence Halls. ftn3 3 On May 28, 1940, the Trustees directed that beginning with the fiscal year ending on June 30, 1940, the surplus was to be appropriated over two years, which ended up totaling 60,806.93 and on July 17, 1940 the Trustees appropriated 50,000 of it towards the construction. ftn4 4 It was determined th... (Fourth Street Residence Halls / Men's Residence Halls)
  • 1940: ...rting, under systems approved by the Business Office. The recommendations were approved on the motion of Mrs. Grigsby. ftnref1 1 Campus Planning Map November 1937 ftnref2 2 Balance dated June 30, 1940 ftnref3 3 Board of Trustees Proceedings - July 17, 1940 ftnref4 4 Board of Trustees Proceedings - January 26, 1944 ftnref5 5 Board of Trustees Proceedings - July 17, 1940 ftnref6 6 Clark Hall corners... (Fourth Street Residence Halls / Men's Residence Halls)

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  • 1860: ...F. Columbia, John H. Thomas and James S. Wright of the county of Champaign, Illinois.89 "Central Illinois Gazette, Juno 20-27, I860. "Chicago Weekly Times, June 27, 1860. Urbana Clarion, June 30, 1860 confirms this by saying that a project was under consideration to have the state agricultural college occupy the building. "The contract is printed in full, below p. 458. ,200 History University of I... (Book - History of the University (Powell))
  • 1860: ...price of the lots at an average of 200 per lot was exorbitant but as shares in the seminary building were included it was considered not so bad. This is shown in three deeds, two made on June 30, 1860 and the third of August 17, 1860, purchased from William H. Romine James S. Wright, and the Busoy heirs. ,Jonathan C. Stoughton 1820-1900 was a native of New England who, through early choice of the ... (Book - History of the University (Powell))
  • 1862: ...m United States Treasurer.. Morrill and Nelson Funds Received Smith Lever Fund Received Due from United States Treasurer.. State Appropriations Less: Reserve shortage in collections as at June 30 Current Receipts Departmental Sales, Miscellaneous Receipts; etc. Original Estimate Increase to date over Original EstimateReceived Less amount credited to Appropriation Accounts Student Fees Original Est... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1862: ...owment Fund from Land Grant of 1862 Mckinley Hospital Fvnds Cash Included in General Fund above 131 664 89 Securities Adjustments ..'. Donated 25 339 58 Total and Property Before entering June 30 Plant Inventory Reinvestment of Donated Funds 2 000 00 BALANCE SHEET AS A T J U N E 30, 1923 LIABILITIES A N D S U R P L U S I. General and Builiint Funds Appropriation Balances Forward Schedule D Reserve... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1924)
  • 1871: ... sown on plats 5, 6, 7 and 8 by the barn, on ground planted to potatoes last year, was prepared by cultivating with the Deere plow, and 8 quarts sown, April 12th. I t was struck with rust June 30. Harvested, July 15. I t was badly shrunken and nearly worthless. EXPERIMENTS W I T H ROOT CROPS. Plat No. 3 north, which was planted with root crops last year, was again sown in 1872. The ground was cult... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1873)
  • 1878: ... which was adopted and approved : The committee on janitors respectfully report that they have employed Mr. A. B. Baker, as janitor of the main University building, for the year ending June 30th, 1878, at a salary of forty dollars a month, with the right reserved of discharging him at the end of any month, whenever he fails to give satisfaction. It is agreed that he shall have the use of the rooms... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1878)
  • 1885: ...building at Normal, and, indeed, still remain in nominal charge of that establishment, having received from the State Board of Education a leave of absence, without pay, from January 1 to June 30,1885, in order to enable me to enter upon my duties in the University here. If I believed that my acceptance of a chair in this University necessarily involved an interruption or serious modification of t... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1886)
  • 1886: ...EDINGS OF BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 69 Financial Statement of the Illinois State Laboratory of Natural History for the Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 1887. RECEIPTS. Balance from report to Auditor, June 30,1886.. For field, office and incidental expenses Expenses of State Entomologist Improvement of library Pay of entomological assistants Pay of botanical assistants Miscellaneous assistance Publications of ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1888)
  • 1887: ...dollars, and for preparation and publication of the second volume of the zoological report, fifteen hundred dollars, on the appropriation made by the General Assembly for the year ending June 30, 1887. Resolved, That the E esident and Secretary be directed to draw their requisitions on the State Auditor for such moneys as may be due on State appropriation for the University and for the State Labor... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1888)
  • 1887: ... 83 25,136 6 - 1 I 48,386 34 22,392 89 95,915 92- ,PROCEEDINGS OF BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 69 Financial Statement of the Illinois State Laboratory of Natural History for the Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 1887. RECEIPTS. Balance from report to Auditor, June 30,1886.. For field, office and incidental expenses Expenses of State Entomologist Improvement of library Pay of entomological assistants Pay of botani... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1888)
  • 1888: ...ournment of the said Board, hereby make the following appointments and assignments in the department of the State Laboratory of Natural History: C. M. Weed, assistant for the year ending June 30, 1888. Salary to be 65 per month for the quar" ter ending June 3, 1887, under a former apnointment' and the salary for the year ending June 30, 1888, to be 800. C. A. Hart, assistant for the year ending Ju... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1888)
  • 1888: ...: C. M. Weed, assistant for the year ending June 30, 1888. Salary to be 65 per month for the quar" ter ending June 3, 1887, under a former apnointment' and the salary for the year ending June 30, 1888, to be 800. C. A. Hart, assistant for the year ending June 30,1888, at a salary of 600 for the year. M. B. Waite, assistant for the year ending June 30,1888, at a salary of 500 for the year. W. H. Ga... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1888)
  • 1888: ...o be 65 per month for the quar" ter ending June 3, 1887, under a former apnointment' and the salary for the year ending June 30, 1888, to be 800. C. A. Hart, assistant for the year ending June 30,1888, at a salary of 600 for the year. M. B. Waite, assistant for the year ending June 30,1888, at a salary of 500 for the year. W. H. Garman, assistant for July and August, 1887, with a salary of 200 for... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1888)
  • 1888: ...he salary for the year ending June 30, 1888, to be 800. C. A. Hart, assistant for the year ending June 30,1888, at a salary of 600 for the year. M. B. Waite, assistant for the year ending June 30,1888, at a salary of 500 for the year. W. H. Garman, assistant for July and August, 1887, with a salary of 200 for the two months. Professor T. J . Burrill, botanist for the year ending June 30,1888, sala... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1888)
  • 1888: ...0,1888, at a salary of 500 for the year. W. H. Garman, assistant for July and August, 1887, with a salary of 200 for the two months. Professor T. J . Burrill, botanist for the year ending June 30,1888, salary of 400 for the year. All of the above salaries to be paid monthly except that of Professor Burrill, which shall be payable quarterly. Such salaries to be paid from funds appropriated for such... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1888)
  • 1888: ...were approved. And it was further ordered that the Board of Direction be and is authorized to enter upon and conduct the said experiments and to eUpend thereupon during the quarter ending June 30,1888, exclusive of salaries of regular officers and assistants and special sums otherwise appropriated, a sum of money not to exceed fifteen hundred and ninety dollars 1,590.00 . And it was further ordere... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1888)
  • 1888: ...e that authority may be granted to it to expend the unappropriated balance of the fifteen thousand dollars received or to be received from the United States Treasurer for the year ending June 30, 1888, and any balances which may be found to remain from sums already appropriated for that year, to be used for the Experiment Station for such purposes as the interests of the Station may require. The B... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1888)
  • 1888: ... Committee of the Board of Direction of the Experiment Station to expend the unappropriated balance of the 15,000 received, or to be received, from the U. S. Treasury for the year ending June 30, 1888, and any balances, which may be found to remain from sums already appropriated for the use of the Station for that year, to be used for the Experiment Station,, for such purposes as the interests of ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1888)
  • 1888: ... authorized are in successful prosecution. The season is not yet so far advanced t h a t many of these experiments are ready for report. As to the financial operations of the year ending June 30, 1888, the Board begs leave to reserve its final report for the next quarterly meeting. The following statements are herewith presented: Exhibit A. Appropriation, expenditures and balances for the quarter ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1890)
  • 1888: ...anical apparatus, furniture, salaries, labor, seeds, tools, etc., etc., have been made, as authorized, and the whole amount of 15,000, the congressional appropriation for the year ending June 30, 1888, is exactly accounted for, as will appear by exhibits and vouchers, which will be presented by the Board of Direction. The Board of Direction will also present for your approval its accounts for the ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1890)
  • 1888: ... and compared t h e books of the treasurer with t h e warrants drawn upon him for the past two years from the funds .belonging to the Agricultural Experiment Station, No. 1 to 153, up to June 30, 1888, amounting to 15,000, and No. 154 to 283 inclusive, to December 31,'1888, amounting to 6,834.63, and found all to be in order and correct. The warrants have been cancelled and left in the hands of th... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1890)
  • 1889: ...t to t h e Laboratory of Natural History during t h e current year. 2. T h a t t h e following assignments of t h e state appropriation for t h e Laboratory be made for t h e year ending June 30, 1889: For t h e Held work and t h e office and incidental expenses, 1,000; for t h e improvement of t h e library, 1,000; for t h e pay of assistants, 3,000; and for the publication of bulletins, 300. Res... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1890)
  • 1889: ... of government appropriation, March 31, 1889, 4,070.52. Exhibit I is the estimate for the fourth quarter of the year, ending June 30, 1889. Exhibit D. Estimates for fourth quarter ending June 30, 1889: Buildings a n d r e p a i r s . . . Board expense B o o k s and publications. Botanical a p p a r a t u s Bulletins.. Chemical a p p a r a t u s , etc. Fertilizers,. Fuel and lights Incidental expen... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1890)
  • 1889: ...ODY. The report was adopted upon motion of Mr. McLean. Upon motion of Mr. McLean the following appropriations were made for the State Laboratory of Natural History for the quarter ending June 30, 1889: For For For For the the the the field work and the office incidental expenses improvement of the library pav of assistants publication of bulletins 250 00 250 00 750 00 75 no On motion of Mr. McLean... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1890)
  • 1889: .... G. B . G r a n t 1 cut 661 " 1 5 . . . . H. J . G r e e n Thermometers 662 " 1 5 . . . . R o b i n s o n B u r r Fittings, etc 663 " 1 5 . . . . T. J . B u r r i l l Salary 6 months to June 30, 1889.... " 1 5 . . . . D. H . Lloyde Son Stationery m 665 " 1 5 . . . . Amer. L e a d Pencil Co 1 gross pencils 666 " 1 5 . . . . M a t h e w s , N o r t h r u p Co . . . Engraving 667 " 1 5 . . . . s. H.... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1890)
  • 1889: ...nted: A. Vouchers for auditing, with a list of the same. B. Statement of expenditures for quarter ending J u n e 30, 1889. C. Statement of receipts and expenditures for t h e year ending June 30, 1889. D. Statement of appropriations, expenditures, and balances for t h e current quarter ending September 30, 1889. E. Estimate of expenditures for t h e quarter ending December 31, 1889. P A P E R C St... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1890)
  • 1889: ...alances for t h e current quarter ending September 30, 1889. E. Estimate of expenditures for t h e quarter ending December 31, 1889. P A P E R C Statement of Accounts for the year ending June 30, 1889. BECBIPTS. Appropriated by Congress EXPENDITURES. 15,000 00 Buildings and repairs Board expenses , Books and publications, and binding Botanical apparatus, supplies and fixtures Bulletins and reports... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1890)
  • 1889: .... Your Committee on Finance reports t h a t it has examined and compared the books of the Treasurer with the warrants, Nos. 284 to 448 inclusive, drawn upon him for the six months ending June 30, 1889, against t h e funds belonging to the Experiment Station, amounting to 8,165.37, and finds them correct as presented. Respectfully submitted, S. A. BTJLLARD, of the Finance Committee. To the Board of... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1890)
  • 1889: ...rect as presented and duly receipted. The committee has also examined and found correct t h e statement of the receipts and expenditures of t h e Experiment Station for t h e year ending June 30, 1889; t h e amount of said expenditures is 15,000. Respectfully submitted, S. A. BULLARD, I F i n a n c e Committee. W. W. CLEMENS, A p p r o p r i a t i o n s for t h e n e x t six m o n t h s , a s aske... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1890)
  • 1889: ...o buildings. For this purpose 400 was authorized. The cost has been 548.69, which you are asked to approve. The Library Committee presents a report of its transactions for the year ending June 30th. I t is a matter of regret t h a t the legislature should reduce the usual appropriation for this important purpose. The amount available is only 1,000, for which I ask the usual reference with authorit... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1890)
  • 1890: ...and balances March 1st for the quarter ending March 31, 1890. Paper E is a statement of appropriations asked for the purpose of carrying on the work of the Station for the quarter ending June 30, 1890, and of some further appropriations asked for this quarter. Estimates for the quarter ending June 30, 1890: Buildings and repai s Board expense Books and periodicals Bot nical apparatus Bulletins Che... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1890)
  • 1890: ...d for the purpose of carrying on the work of the Station for the quarter ending June 30, 1890, and of some further appropriations asked for this quarter. Estimates for the quarter ending June 30, 1890: Buildings and repai s Board expense Books and periodicals Bot nical apparatus Bulletins Chemical apparatus Fu' 1 and lights Incidentals Printing, stationery and postage Salaries Seeds and trees Tool... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1890)
  • 1890: ...s a statement of the Station expenditures for the quarter -ending March 31, 1890. Paper C is a statement of the appropriations, expenditures, and balances June 1st for the quarter ending June 30, 1890. Paper B is a statement of appropriations asked for the purpose of carrying on the work of the Station for the quarter ending September 30, 1890. Estimates for the quarter ending Sept. 30, 1890: Buil... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1890)
  • 1890: ... 07 V 32,669 20 51,708 91 35,021 04 J119J599 15 ,PROECEDINGS OF BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 177 Financial statement of the Illinois State Laboratory of Natural History, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1890. BECEIPTS. Balance from last r e p o r t F o r field, office a n d incidental e x p e n s e s . I m p r o v e m e n t of l i b r a r y . P a y of a s s i s t a n t s Entomological l a b o r a t o r y... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1890)
  • 1890: ...state. A letter from the First Controller of the Treasury has been published in which he states t h a t the money appropriated by the act for the ,18 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS. years ending June 30, 1890, and June 30, 1891, amounting to thirty-one thousand dollars, is now due and payable, as soon as the proper formalities may be arranged. I t will be observed t h a t this act explicitly states the us... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1892)
  • 1890: ...may be apparatus, physical, chemical; machines, engineering instruments, etc. Some intimations have been received t h a t we may receive quite soon, not only the money appropriated as of June 30, 1890, but also t h a t appropriated as of June 30, 1891. If t h a t be the case, it may be necessary to consider the 16,000, which is the latter item, as the money belonging to the current year 1890-91; a... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1892)
  • 1890: ...ersity of Illinois presents these papers: Paper A is a list of vouchers, ISTo. 676 to 764, inclusive, for audit, Paper B is a statement of the Station expenditures for the quarter ending June 30, 1890. Paper C is a statement of the Station expenditures for the year ending June 30, 1890. Paper D is a statement of the appropriations, expenditures and balances for the quarter ending September 30, 189... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1892)
  • 1890: ...764, inclusive, for audit, Paper B is a statement of the Station expenditures for the quarter ending June 30, 1890. Paper C is a statement of the Station expenditures for the year ending June 30, 1890. Paper D is a statement of the appropriations, expenditures and balances for the quarter ending September 30, 1890. Paper E is a .statement of appropriations asked for the purpose of carrying on the ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1892)
  • 1890: ... H. PEABODY, Regent. The report from the farms was referred to the Farm Committee. The vouchers presented by the Board of Direction and the report of its expenditures for the year ending June 30, 1890, were referred to the Finance Committee. On motion of Mr. Cobb, appropriations of Station funds were made, as asked in Paper E in the report from the Experiment Station, and authority was given the B... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1892)
  • 1890: ...nance reports t h a t i t has examined and compared t h e books of t h e Treasurer with warrants No. 449 to 736 ,36 UNIVERSITY O F ILLINOIS. inclusive, drawn upon him for the year ending June 30, 1890, against t h e funds belonging to the Experiment Station, amounting to 15,000.00, and finds them correct as presented. Eespectfully submitted, ' A ' B M , Finance Committee. U R B A N A , September 2... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1892)
  • 1890: ...niversity of Illinois. GENTLEMEN: Your Finance Committee, to whom was referred t h e statement of the receipts and expenditures of the Agricultural Experiment Station for the year ending June 30, 1890, reports t h a t i t has examined t h e same and finds it correct, and t h a t the receipts have been 15,000 and t h e expenditures 15,000. Respectfully submitted, : "BK , Finance Committee. On motio... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1892)
  • 1890: .... Authority is asked. for procuring binding to the amount of 162.50. 8. The proceeds of the Morrill college aid bill. You have recceived 15,000, being the installment for the year ending June 30, 1890. You will soon receive 16,000, t eing the installment for the year ending June 30, 1891. After July 1, 1891, and when you are prepared to make a proper report on the second installment, you will rece... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1892)
  • 1890: ...act of 1862. In 1890 a second Morrill Act was passed by Congress, by which there was appropriated for the support of each of the land-grant colleges the sum of 15,000 for the year ending June 30, 1890, and in each succeeding year a sum larger by 1000 than the amount of the preceding year until the amount should reach 25,000 a year. Thereafter 25,000 was to be paid annually. The sum of 25,000 has b... (Book - 16 Years (Edmund James))
  • 1891: ...USTEES. 35 The following recommendations of the Director of the State Laboratory of Natural History are approved, and should be presented to t h e legislature. For t h e two years ending June 30, 1891: For For For For For field, office and incidental expenses improvement of library salaries of assistants ; publication of bulletins illustration of Entomological Report 1,000 per annum 1,000 4,000 50... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1890)
  • 1891: ...m the First Controller of the Treasury has been published in which he states t h a t the money appropriated by the act for the ,18 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS. years ending June 30, 1890, and June 30, 1891, amounting to thirty-one thousand dollars, is now due and payable, as soon as the proper formalities may be arranged. I t will be observed t h a t this act explicitly states the uses to which this mo... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1892)
  • 1891: ...ineering instruments, etc. Some intimations have been received t h a t we may receive quite soon, not only the money appropriated as of June 30, 1890, but also t h a t appropriated as of June 30, 1891. If t h a t be the case, it may be necessary to consider the 16,000, which is the latter item, as the money belonging to the current year 1890-91; and to determine what shall be done with the 15,000 ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1892)
  • 1891: ...the same. Paper B is a statement of the expenditures for the quarter ending March 31, 1891. Paper C is a statement of the appropriations, expenditures and balances for the quarter ending June 30, 1891. Paper D is a statement of appropriations asked for this and the next quarters. PAPER B STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES FOR QUARTER ENDING MARCH 31, 1891. Buildings and repairs Board expense Books and publ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1892)
  • 1891: ...8 00 66 260 83 53 00 00 55 87 52 21 16 35 50 741 74 28 95 3,300 57 ,PROCEEDINGS OF BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 95 PAPER C STATEMENT OP APPROPRIATIONS, EXPENDITURES AND BALANCES FOR QUARTER ENDING JUNE 30, 1891. Appropriations. Expended Balances, Dry room.... Buildings and repairs, Dairy-house Museum Board expenses Books and publication Botanical apparatus Bulletins Chemical apparatus Fertilizers Fuel and l... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1892)
  • 1891: ...the Morrill college aid bill. You have recceived 15,000, being the installment for the year ending June 30, 1890. You will soon receive 16,000, t eing the installment for the year ending June 30, 1891. After July 1, 1891, and when you are prepared to make a proper report on the second installment, you will receive 17,000, which is the income from this fund properly belonging to the next college ye... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1892)
  • 1891: ...' omologist's R e p o r t 5,500 00 1,000 00 500 00 3,000 00 500 00 500 00 5,500 00 Financial statement of the Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Illinois, for the year ending June 30, 1891. RECEIPTS. Appropriated by Congress From State Board of Agriculture for analyses of fertilizers. EXPENDITURES. 15,000 00 90 001 Buildings and repairs Board expense Books and publications , Botanical ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1892)
  • 1891: ...t No. 20, and is accompanied with vouchers for t h e same. Paper E is a statement of appropriations asked for this and t h e next quarters. PAPER A FINANCIAL STATEMENT FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 30,1891. Receipts. Appropriated by Congress Prom State Board of Agriculture for analyses of fertilizers. Expenditures. Buildings and repairs Board expense Books and publications Botanical apparatus Bulletins... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1892)
  • 1891: ...E N T L E M E N : The foregoing is a true statement of t h e receipts and expenditures of t h e Agricultural Experiment Station of t h e University of Illinois for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1891. Respectfully submitted, G. E. MORROW, President Board of Direction. W. L. PILLSBURY, Secretary Board of Direction. PAPEK B STATEMENT OF EXPENDITUEES FOE QUAETEE ENDING J U N E 30,1891. Buildings and... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1892)
  • 1891: ...ation. The Board also asks t h a t Paper A be passed upon by the Trustees in order t h a t it may be used as a basis of the financial report which by law must be made for the year ending June 30, 1891, to the Governor of the State and to the Secretary of the Treasury of the United States. The Board of Direction will continue its work in the lines already laid down and does not at this time ask aut... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1892)
  • 1891: ...s... illustr'n of biennial rep'rt. printing additional copies Natural History Survey of Illinois amount received on account United States act of Congress Aug. 30,1890, for the year ending June 30,1891 amount received on account architectural department, fuel and lights mechanical department... architectural department. interest on Champaign school bonds Morgan county school bonds " Montgomery coun... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1892)
  • 1891: ...niversity of Illinois. GENTLEMEN: Your Finance Committee, to which were referred the statement of the receipts and expenditures of the Agricultural Experiment Station for the year ending June 30, 1891, and the Treasurer's warrants No. 737 to 1,021, inclusive, reports t h a t it has examined the same and finds them correct, and t h a t t h e receipts have been 15,090.00 and the expenditures 15,090.... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1892)
  • 1891: ...ory of Natural History 135,044 23 124,635 40 10,298 29 15,650 27 P A P E R C UNITED STATES FUND. Received. Year Ending June 30, 1892. Before reported on Natural history Total Year Ending June 30, 1891. Before reported on Architectural department Geological laboratory Total Year Ending Before report ed on Library Mechanical department English literature Metallurgical laboratory Physical laboratory ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1894)
  • 1892: ...ar. The 16,000 soon to be received is, properly considered back pay. I t appears to me t h a t you should make all your estimates for the current expenditures of the year July , 1891, to June 30, 1892 or what is practically the same, September 1, 1891, to August 30, 1892, to correspond with the income belonging to the same time. The 16,000 to be received isireally part of the.balance coming out of... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1892)
  • 1892: ... Peabody, t h a t 4,000 be assigned for this purpose, one-half the amount to be taken -from the congressional fund for year ending June 30. 1891, and one-half from t h a t of year ending June 30, 1892, when this last is available. I also respectfully ask t h a t an assignment of 150 be made for furniture for the Regent's office and parlor. The chairs now on hand for these rooms are quite too few i... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1892)
  • 1892: ...nd. ,PROCEEDINGS O F BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 175 Paper B is a showing of the state appropriations, November 30, 1891. Paper C is the same for the United States fund for the three years ending June 30, 1892. Paper D is a list of vouchers presented for audit, being 1101 to 1150 of the quarter ending August 31, 1891, and 1 to 325 of the quarter ending November 30, 1891. Paper E is an estimate of current r... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1892)
  • 1892: ...is estimate I have assumed t h a t the salary list would be the one made up at the June, 1891, meeting of the Board, and t h a t one-half, or 8,500, of the U. S. fund for the year ending June 30, 1892, would be used for salaries for instruction. The Board is requested to make an additional appropriation of 100 for buildings and grounds account. This is made necessary by the extra expenditure cause... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1892)
  • 1892: ...ive. ,PROCEEDINGS OF BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 207 Paper C is a statement of expenditures for the current quarter up to March 1st. Paper D is a statement of the estimates for the quarter ending June 30, 1892. The Board of Trustees is asked to make appropriations of Station funds according to these estimates. P A P E E A S T A T E M E N T O F E X P E N D I T U E E S F O E Q U A E T E E E N D I N G D E C E... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1892)
  • 1892: ...t h a t time. Paper B is a showing of the state appropriations, February 29, 1892. Paper C gives the condition of the United States Fund, on February 29, 1892, for the three years ending June 30, 1892. Paper D is a list of vouchers presented for audit, being 1 to 325. Paper E is an estimate of receipts and expenses for the six months ending September 1, 1892, from current funds. Paper F is a list ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1892)
  • 1892: ...21,362 07 .'. ,220 TTNIVERS1TY OF ILLINOIS. On motion of Mr. Graham, assignments of funds of the State L a b o r a t o r y of N a t u r a l History were made for the q u a r t e r ending June 30, 1892, as follows: F o r field, office, and incidental e x p e n s e s . . F o r salaries a n d a s s i s t a n c e F o r publication of bulletins 375 00 875 00125 00 On motion of Mr. Shawhan, t h e Direct... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1892)
  • 1892: ... Paper A is a list of warrants drawn, Ko. 208 to 306, inclusive, and is accompanied with vouchers for t h e same, for audit. Paper B is a statement of expenditures for the quarter ending June 30, 1892. Paper C is a statement of expenditures for the year ending June 30, 1892. Paper D is a statement of appropriations, expenditures, and balances for the quarter ending September 30, 1892. Paper E is a... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1894)
  • 1892: ...companied with vouchers for t h e same, for audit. Paper B is a statement of expenditures for the quarter ending June 30, 1892. Paper C is a statement of expenditures for the year ending June 30, 1892. Paper D is a statement of appropriations, expenditures, and balances for the quarter ending September 30, 1892. Paper E is a statement of appropriations asked for this and next quarters. The board o... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1894)
  • 1892: .... The board also asks t h a t Paper C be passed upon by the trustees in order t h a t it may be used as the basis of the financial report which by Taw must be made for the year to ending June 30, 1892, to the Governor of t h e State, and to the Secretary of the Treasury of the United States. P A P E R B STATEMENT OF E X P E N D I T U R E S , QUARTER ENDING J U N E 30, 1892 Building and repairs Boa... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1894)
  • 1892: ...inois. GENTLEMEN: The foregoing is a true statement of the receipts and expenditures of t h e Agricultural Experiment Station of t h e University of Illinois for t h e fiscal year ending June 30, 1892. Respectfully submitted, G. E. MORROW, President Board of Direction, W. L. PIULSBURY, Secretary Board of Direction. P A P E R D S T A T E M E N T O F E X P E N D I T U R E S F O R Q U A R T E R E N D... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1894)
  • 1892: ... a t they are duly receipted. The committee has examined t h e financial statement of t h e board of direction of t h e Experiment Station, showing its expenditures for t h e year ending June 30, 1892, to be 15,000, and approves the same as correct. Respectfully submitted, ALEX. MCLEAN, N E L S O N W. GRAHAM, V Finance Committee. EMORY COBB, The board then adjourned to meet in adjourned session at... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1894)
  • 1892: ...and grounds 190 59 13,990 59 ,240 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS. From the United States fund Electrical engineering 407 64 This amount is made up from the unexpended balance for the year ending June 30, 1892, and the unassigned amount for the year ending June 30, 1894. The department is greatly in need of the money, and has unpaid bills now for the greater part of the amount. I have not had time to compi... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1894)
  • 1893: ...F TRUSTEES. 47 The following recommendations of the Director of the State Laboratory of Natural History are approved, and should be presented to the legislature: For the two years ending June 30, 1893: For '' '' ' " field, office, and incidental expenses.. improvement of library , salaries and assistance publication of bulletins illustration of Entomological Report. Total 1,500 1,00 3,500 500 250 ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1892)
  • 1893: ...eedful formalities can be arranged. I t is necessary t h a t this money should be expended, or at least be put in train for expenditure, before the end of the present fiscal year, closing June 30th next, in order that we may procure the order of the Secretary of the Interior for the next installment, admitted to be due to us, whenever he shall be satisfied as to the proper expenditure of the sum n... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1892)
  • 1893: ... for the present quarter, up to February 28th, Paper D is a statement of the appropriations which the board of trustees is asked to make to carry on the operations of t h e station until June 30, 1893. PAPER A STATEMENT OF E X P E N D I T U R E S FOR THE DECEMBER 31, 1892. QUARTER ENDING Board expenses Books and publications Bulletins Chemical apparatus and supplies Fuel and lights Incidentals Pri... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1894)
  • 1893: ...l laboratory Total Year Ending Before report ed on Library Mechanical department English literature Metallurgical laboratory Physical laboratory Architectural department Total Year Ending June 30,1893. Salaries for instruction Mining engineering Agricultural lectures Mechanical department Veterinary department Zoological department College of engineering Testing laboratory Phypics and electricity ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1894)
  • 1893: ...e same quarter, No 130 t o 209, inclusive, and is accompanied with vouchers for t h e same. Paper C is a statement of the appropriations, expenditures and balances for the quarter ending June 30, 1893. Paper I is a statement of appropriations asked for the next quarter. PAPER A STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES FOR QUARTER ENDING MARCH 31, 1893. Appropri- Expended. ated. Buildings and repairs Board expens... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1894)
  • 1893: ...ed designs will be notified. Designs will be sent by express to W. L. Pillsbury, secretary of the board of trustees, Urbana, 111., so as to reach him on or before 12 o'clock noon Friday, June 30, 1893. a The following programme is submitted to guide architects in their designs: MECHANICAL E N G I N E E R I N G . 1 1 1 2 1 2 1 1 1 3 3 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 class room class room drawing room dra... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1894)
  • 1893: ...3 ,727 11 54 83 26 25 24 69 07 00 391 00 37 65 71 ,PROCEEDINGS OF BOARD OF TRUSTEES 161 Financial Statement of the Illinois State Laboratory of Natural History for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1893. Balance For field, office, and incidental expenses Improvement of library Pay of assistants Additional copies Vol. 1, Natural History Survey of Illinois.. Illustration of report of State Entomologis... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1894)
  • 1893: ... of Illinois. GENTLEMEN: Your finance committee would report t h a t it has examined warrants No. 1 to 287, inclusive, pertaining to t h e Experiment Station, dated from July 1, 1892, to June 30, 1893, and amounting to 15,070, and has found the same correct and duly canceled. The committee has also examined the warrants issued on university account, numbered 676 to 1,275, inclusive, and dated from... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1894)
  • 1893: ...egent. D E A R S I R : I present t h e following report of t h e Agricultural Experiment Station: Paper A is a list of warrants drawn, No. 210 to 287, inclusiye, for t h e quarter ending June 30, 1893, and is accompanied with youchers for t h e same, for audit. Paper B is a statement of expenditures for t h e quarter ending June 30, 1893. Paper C is a statement of expenditures for t h e year endin... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1894)
  • 1893: ...210 to 287, inclusiye, for t h e quarter ending June 30, 1893, and is accompanied with youchers for t h e same, for audit. Paper B is a statement of expenditures for t h e quarter ending June 30, 1893. Paper C is a statement of expenditures for t h e year ending June 30, 1893. Paper D is a statement of appropriations, expenditures and balances for t h e quarter ending September 30, 1893. Paper E. ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1894)
  • 1893: ...anied with youchers for t h e same, for audit. Paper B is a statement of expenditures for t h e quarter ending June 30, 1893. Paper C is a statement of expenditures for t h e year ending June 30, 1893. Paper D is a statement of appropriations, expenditures and balances for t h e quarter ending September 30, 1893. Paper E. is a statement of appropriations asked for this and t h e next quarters. The... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1894)
  • 1893: ... ''' The board also asks t h a t Paper C be passed upon by the trustees in order t h a t it may be used as the basis of the financial report which by law must be made for the year ending June 30, 1893, to the Governor of the State, and to the secretary of the treasury of the United States. The board of direction has appointed Mr. E. H. Farrington a delegate to the convention of the Association of ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1894)
  • 1893: ...versity of Illinois. GENTLEMEN: Your finance committee reports t h a t i t has examined t h e warrants numbered from 1 to 287, inclusive, paid by t h e treasurer during t h e year ending June 30, 1893, from t h e funds of t h e Agricultural Experiment Station, and has found their amount to be 15,070, and t h a t they have been properly cancelled. The committee has also examined t h e vouchers, num... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1894)
  • 1893: ...d. ,174 UNIYEESITY OF ILLINOIS. The committee has examined the financial statement of t h e board of direction of t h e Experiment Station, showing its expenditures for t h e year ending June 30, 1893, to be 15,070, and approves t h e same as correct. Respectfully submitted, ALEXANDER MCLEAN, F. M. M C K A Y , Finance Committee. J. E. ARMSTRONG, The committee on instruction made t h e following re... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1894)
  • 1893: ...gs and grounds, of which Messrs. Bullard, Morgan, and Morrison were the members, to secure plans for the new building, and two days later the committee called for designs, to be presented June 30th, restricting the call, in compliance with a request made by alumni of the University, to graduates from the course in architecture. F o u r premiums were offered, one of 500, one of 300, one of 200, and... (Dedication - Engineering Hall (1894) (and Inauguration of President Draper))
  • 1894: ...June 30,1893. Before repo rted on Agricultura 1 lectures Veterinary department Testing labc ratory College of e ngineering Architecture il department Civil engine ering Total Year Ending June 30, 1894. Physics and electrical engineering Testing labc ratory Geology.. . Zoology Chemistry Civil engine ering Mechanical engineering Municipal e ngineering Architectur e -Salaries for instruction Un assig... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1894)
  • 1894: ...m the United States fund Electrical engineering 407 64 This amount is made up from the unexpended balance for the year ending June 30, 1892, and the unassigned amount for the year ending June 30, 1894. The department is greatly in need of the money, and has unpaid bills now for the greater part of the amount. I have not had time to compile the inventories so as to present a proper showing of them ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1894)
  • 1894: ...will do so for the June meeting of the board. Respectfully submitted, S. W. SHATTUCK, Business Agent. Appropriations for the State Laboratory of Natural History for the six months ending June 30, 1894, were made as follows: For field work, office and incidental expenses. 1,500 00 For salaries and assistance 1,750 00 The business agent was authorized to pay the bill of the Urbana and Champaign Elec... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1894)
  • 1894: ... same quarter, No. 134 to 230, inclusive, and is accompanied with vouchers for the same. Paper C is a statement of t h e appropriations, expenditures, and balances for the quarter ending June 30, 1894. Paper D is a statement of appropriations asked for the current and the next quarters. PAPER A. APPROPRIATIONS, EXPENDITURES AND BALANCES FOR QUARTER ENDING MARCH 31, 1894. Appropri- Expended. ated. ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1894)
  • 1894: ...339 68 1,364 13 1,532 75 801 90 607 49 3,548 16 ,PROCEEDINGS OF BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 303 Financial Statement of the Illinois State Laboratory of Natural History, for the Fiscal Year ending June 30, 1894. RECEIPTS. Balance For field, office,and incidental expenses ... Improvement of library , Pay of assistants Illustration of report of state entomologist. Colored drawings of fishes of Illinois Public... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1894)
  • 1894: ...examination of the lists given below of articles published in the bulletins issued and of experiments carried on will give a good idea of the work of the Station for the two years ending June 30, 1894. LIBRARY. The number of volumes and pamphlets entered upon our accessions catalogue in the library is 3,900. The number of bulletins is 1,983. PUBLICATIONS. Twelve bulletins, No. 22 to 33, inclusive,... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1894)
  • 1894: ...cceeded, by about t h e 20th of July, in supplying all who had sent requests up to t h e 10th of t h a t month a little over two thousand for the season. As I had issued a second bulletin June 30th, giving notice t h a t i t would be impossible to continue t h e distribution beyond July 10th, I considered the obligations I had assumed thus fulfilled, and t h e work was brought practically to an en... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1894)
  • 1894: ... thistle, and No. 36, on feeding experiments, are by Professor Morrow. The Board of Direction presents the following papers: Paper A is a statement of expenditures for the quarter ending June 30, 1894. Paper B is a statement of expenditures for the year ending June 30, 1894. Paper C is a list of warrants drawn during the quarter ending June 30, 1894, Nos. 231 to 335, inclusive, and is accompanied ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1896)
  • 1894: ... Board of Direction presents the following papers: Paper A is a statement of expenditures for the quarter ending June 30, 1894. Paper B is a statement of expenditures for the year ending June 30, 1894. Paper C is a list of warrants drawn during the quarter ending June 30, 1894, Nos. 231 to 335, inclusive, and is accompanied with vouchers for the same. Paper D is a statement of appropriations, expe... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1896)
  • 1894: ...expenditures for the quarter ending June 30, 1894. Paper B is a statement of expenditures for the year ending June 30, 1894. Paper C is a list of warrants drawn during the quarter ending June 30, 1894, Nos. 231 to 335, inclusive, and is accompanied with vouchers for the same. Paper D is a statement of appropriations, expenditures, and balances for the quarter ending September 30, 1894. Paper E is ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1896)
  • 1894: ... asks that the Trustees appropriate funds according to the estimates in Paper E, for the use of the Station. ,24 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS. PAPER A STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES, QUARTER ENDING JUNE 30, 1894. Board expense , Books and publications Botanical apparatus and supplies Bulletins and reports Chemical apparatus and supplies Fertilizers ; , Fuel and lights Incidental expenses Printing:, stationer... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1896)
  • 1894: ...ees of the University of GENTLEMEN: Illinois. Your Finance Committee reports that it has examined the statement of the expenses of the Agricultural Experiment Station for the year ending June 30, 1894, and find the same correct, amounting" in all to 15,000, as per vouchers on file. Your Committee also reports that it has examined the vouchers numbered 231 to 335, and finds the same correct. Respec... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1896)
  • 1894: ...RUSTEES. PAPER C UNITED STATES FUND. Received. Expended. Balance. 35 Assigned, Year ending June 30, 1898. Before reported on Agricultural lectures Veterinary department Total Year ending June 30, 1894. Before reported on Testing laboratory Geology Zoology Civil engineering Mechanical engineering Architecture Total Year ending June 30, 1895. Unassigned 20,000 00 20,000 00 11,456 87 1,700 00 300 00 ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1896)
  • 1894: ...65 ,84 UNIVEKSITY. OF I L L I N O I S ; P A P E R C UNITED STATES FUND. Received. Expendedi Year ending June 30, 1893. Before reported on Veterinary d e p a r t m e n t Total Year ending June 30, 1894. Before 1reported on Testing laboratory Geology Zoology Architecture Total Year ending June 30, 1895. Salaries for instruction T e s t i n g laboratory Electrical engineering Unassigned Total 13,906 ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1896)
  • 1895: ...OF I L L I N O I S . PAPER D ESTIMATES. Quarter F r o m general f u n d Botanical a p p a r a t u s Wood durability experiment Total ending March 31,1895. 10 00 50 00 60 00 Quarter ending June 30,1895. F r o m general f u n d Board expenses Books and publications Botanical a p p a r a t u s Bulletins Chemical a p p a r a t u s Fuel and lights Incidentals P r i n t i n g , stationery, and postage S... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1896)
  • 1895: ...or the same for audit. Paper B is a statement of expenditures for the quarter ending March 31, Paper C is a statement of appropriations, expenditures, and balances for the quarter ending June 30, 1895. Paper D is a statement of appropriations asked for the current quarter and for the next quarter. ,100 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS. PAPER A STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES FOR QUARTER ENDING MARCH 31, 1895. Boa... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1896)
  • 1895: ...2 27 148,200 85 15,720 13 397,394 56 Balances State appropriations United Btates appropriation Financial Statement of the Illinois State Laboratory of History, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1895. RECEIPTS. Natural Balance from last report F o r field, office, and incidental expenses F o r improvement of library F o r salaries and assistance F o r illustration of State Entomologist's r e p o ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1896)
  • 1895: ... of Illinois, S I R : I beg leave to submit from the Board of Direction of the Agricultural Experiment Station the following: Paper A is a statement of expenditures for the quarter ending June 30,1895 Paper B is a statement of expenditures for the year ending June 30, 1895. Paper G is a list of warrants drawn, Nos. 266 to 362, inclusive, for the quarter ending June 30, 1895, and is accompanied wit... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1896)
  • 1895: ...f the Agricultural Experiment Station the following: Paper A is a statement of expenditures for the quarter ending June 30,1895 Paper B is a statement of expenditures for the year ending June 30, 1895. Paper G is a list of warrants drawn, Nos. 266 to 362, inclusive, for the quarter ending June 30, 1895, and is accompanied with vouchers for the same for audit. Paper D is a statement of expenditures... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1896)
  • 1895: ...rter ending June 30,1895 Paper B is a statement of expenditures for the year ending June 30, 1895. Paper G is a list of warrants drawn, Nos. 266 to 362, inclusive, for the quarter ending June 30, 1895, and is accompanied with vouchers for the same for audit. Paper D is a statement of expenditures for the current quarter, ending September 30, 1895. Paper E is a statement of appropriations asked for... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1896)
  • 1895: ... for the current quarter, ending September 30, 1895. Paper E is a statement of appropriations asked for the current and next quarters. PAPER A STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES FOR QUARTER ENDING JUNE 30,1895. Board expense Books and publications Botanical apparatus Bulletins Chemical apparatus and supplies Fuel and lights Incidentals Meteorological apparatus Printing:, stationery, and postage. Salaries..... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1896)
  • 1895: ...r in Spoon River, a short distance above its mouth. From these various substations a thousand quantitative collections have been made since the Station opened, those from April, 1894, to June 30, 1895, by Professor Frank Smith, or under his immediate direction, and those subsequent to that time by Dr. C. A. Kofoid. All these tows have of course been carefully preserved by methods such as to permit... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1896)
  • 1896: ... same for audit. Paper B is a statement of expenditures for the quarter ending March 31, 1896. Paper C is a statement of appropriations, expenditures, and balances for the quarter ending June 30, 1896. Paper D is a statement of appropriations asked for the next quarter. P A P E R B E X P E N D I T U R E S , Q U A R T E R E N D I N G M A R C H 31, 1896. Board expense Building and repairs Books and ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1896)
  • 1896: ...ged to the University. The Board adjourned. W. L. PILLSBURY, JAMES E. ARMSTRONG, Secretary. President. ,PROCEEDINGS OF BOARD OF TRUSTEES. . 265 LIST OF WARRANTS FOR THE TEN MONTHS ENDING JUNE 30, 1896. To whom. 1895. Sept. F o r what. Amount. Sept. Accrued int.,prem's. and expenses. Scholarship E. B.Forbes Expenses and services C. A. Hart Expenses Lydia M. Hart Drawings F. D. Wilson Work in labora... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1896)
  • 1896: Services, June 30,1896 Isaac Fielding Postage E, Henry Janitor supplies, etc Eimer Amend Thermometers E. H. Sargant Co Laboratory supplies Library Bureau ...; Index, etc J.G.Nicolet Red enamel E. O. Vaile Illinois School D... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1896)
  • 1896: ...IVERSITY OF ILLINOIS. Financial Statement of the University of Illinois not including State Laboratory of Natural History or the Agricultural Experiment Station for the ten months ending June 30, 1896. RECEIPTS, SEPTEMBER 1,1895 JUNE 30,1896, BalancesUnited States appropriation State appropriations From State Appropriations Vaccine Laboratory Library building Engineering- College, furnishing and f... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1896)
  • 1896: ... of the University of Illinois not including State Laboratory of Natural History or the Agricultural Experiment Station for the ten months ending June 30, 1896. RECEIPTS, SEPTEMBER 1,1895 JUNE 30,1896, BalancesUnited States appropriation State appropriations From State Appropriations Vaccine Laboratory Library building Engineering- College, furnishing and fitting Astronomical Observatory From othe... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1896)
  • 1896: ...examination of the lists given below of articles published in the bulletins issued and of experiments carried on will give a good idea of the work of the Station for the two years ending June 30, 1896. LIBRARY. The number volumes and pamphlets entered upon our accessions catalogue in the library is 4,288. The number of bulletins 2,818. PUBLICATIONS. Eleven bulletins, Nos. 34 to 44, inclusive, and ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1896)
  • 1896: ...rsity of Illinois: SIR: I beg leave to submit from the Advisory Board of the Agricultural Experiment Station the following: Paper J. is a statement of expenditures for the quarter ending June 30, 1896. Paper B is a statement of expenditures for the year ending June 30, 1896. Paper G is a list of warrants drawn Nos. 248 to 343, inclusive, for the quarter ending June 30, 1896, and is accompanied wit... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1898)
  • 1896: ...he Agricultural Experiment Station the following: Paper J. is a statement of expenditures for the quarter ending June 30, 1896. Paper B is a statement of expenditures for the year ending June 30, 1896. Paper G is a list of warrants drawn Nos. 248 to 343, inclusive, for the quarter ending June 30, 1896, and is accompanied with vouchers for the same for audit. PAPER A STATEMENT OP EXPENDITURES FOR T... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1898)
  • 1896: ...ages S o u t h e r n Illinois experiments Farm stock Total Sundr 120 01 15 00 4,786 63 ,24 U N I V E R S I T Y OF ILLINOIS. Sept 15, PAPER B STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1896. Board expense Books and publications Botanical a p p a r a t u s and s u p p l i e s . . Buildings and r e p a i r s ...." . Bulletins Chemical a p p a r a t u s and supplies. Fuel and lights Incide... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1898)
  • 1896: ...ommittee begs leave to report that it has examined the vouchers of the Agricultural Experiment Station, Nos. 248 to 353, inclusive, for the expenses of the Station for the guarter ending June 30, 1896, and has found the same correct. Your committee has also examined the report for the year ending June 30, 1898, and has found it correct. Respectfully submitted, N. B. MORRISON, S. A, BULLARD, Financ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1898)
  • 1896: ...rong, President Board of Trustees, University of Illinois: SIR: I have the honor to hand you herewith the following financial statements: Paper A, a showing of the current appropriations June 30, 1896. Paper B, the same for the State appropriations. Paper C, a list of vouchers presented for audit, being Nos. 1426 to 2350, inclusive, series 1895-96. Paper D, estimates for the twelve months ending J... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1898)
  • 1897: ...,000 00 21,000 00 Salaries for instruction Paper D is a list of vouchers presented for audit, being Nos. 676 to 1,455. Paper E is an estimate of receipts and expenses for the year ending June 30, 1897. In making this estimate only the funds to be received in that year have been considered. Paper F is a list of the general appropriations asked for the three months ending August 31, 1896. Paper G is... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1896)
  • 1897: ...he same for the State appropriations. Paper C, a list of vouchers presented for audit, being Nos. 1426 to 2350, inclusive, series 1895-96. Paper D, estimates for the twelve months ending June 30, 1897. Paper E, appropriations the Board is requested to make at this time. Papers F, G and H, bills for which appropriations are requested. I also ask for the appropriation of the balance, 750, of the Sta... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1898)
  • 1897: ...ral History. Paper E is that of the Agricultural Experiment Station. Paper F is that of the School of Pharmacy. Paper G is an estimate of receipts and expenses for the nine months ending June 30, 1897. Paper H is a list of appropriations the Board is requested to make for the three months ending March 31, 1897. Paper J is a report of my receipts for the three months, ending September 30, 1896. Pap... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1898)
  • 1897: ...2 Paper G is an estimate of receipts and expenses for the six months ending June 30, 1897. Paper H is a list of appropriations the Board is requested to malte for the three months ending June 30, 1897. Paper J is a statement of receipts for the three months ending December 31, 1896. Paper K is a list of general University vouchers presented for audit, being 501 to 1,200, inclusive. Paper L is a li... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1898)
  • 1897: ...tempts to tame and cultivate some of the wild prairie grasses. Estimates of expenses for the ensuing quarter on the basis of recommendations herein made are: ESTIMATES FOR QUARTER ENDING JUNE 30, 1897. General Fund, Salaries Labor Publications Postage and stationery Freight and express Heat, light, and water Chemical supplies Tools, implements, and machinery Seeds, plants, and sundry supplies Feed... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1898)
  • 1897: ... p r i a t i o n s of E x p e r i m e n t S t a t i o n funds for t h e q u a r t e r e n d i n g D e c e m b e r 31, 1S97, were m a d e as below: FINANCIAL STATEMENT FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1897. Receipts, Appropriated by Congress Balance, other funds From State Board of Agriculture for analyses of fertilizers , From Station farm, etc , Expenditures. Salaries Labor Publications Postage and s... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1898)
  • 1897: ...onths ending June 30, 1898. Paper J is a list of appropriations for the three months ending December 31, 1897. Paper L is a statement of moneys rtceived by me for the three months ending June 30, 1897. Paper M is a list of the general University vouchers presented for audit, being 1,882 to 2,200, inclusive. Paper N is a list of the Laboratory of Natural History vouchers presented for audit, being ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1898)
  • 1897: 201 June 30, 1897. General Fund Salaries Labor Publications Postage and stationery F r e i g h t and express Chemical supplies Seeds, plants, s u n d r i e s Feeding stuffs Library Tools, implements, and machinery F u... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1898)
  • 1897: June 30, 1897. Salaries for i n s t r u c t i o n . . Salaries for services Buildings and g r o u n d s . . Fuel and lights Stationery and p r i n t i n g . Laboratories A p p a r a t u s and materials Incidental ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1898)
  • 1897: ...he Board adjourned. W. L. PILLSBURY, ' F. M. MCKAY, Secretary. President. ,1898. PROCEEDINGS OF BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 281 Financial Statement of the University of Illinois for months ending June 30, 1897. R E C E I P T S , J U L Y 1, 1896 JUNE 30, 1897. the twelve BalancesState appropriation, general State appropriation. Laboratory of N a t u r a l History...U. S. A g r i c u l t u r a l E x p e r i ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1898)
  • 1897: ...Y, Secretary. President. ,1898. PROCEEDINGS OF BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 281 Financial Statement of the University of Illinois for months ending June 30, 1897. R E C E I P T S , J U L Y 1, 1896 JUNE 30, 1897. the twelve BalancesState appropriation, general State appropriation. Laboratory of N a t u r a l History...U. S. A g r i c u l t u r a l E x p e r i m e n t Station Overdraft c u r r e n t funds. I ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1898)
  • 1898: ...,653 96 2,805 04 Illinois State Laboratory of N a t u r a l History.. ,PROCEEDINGS OF BOARD OF TRUSTEES. PAPER C UNITED STATES FUND. Received. Expended. Balance. 35 Assigned, Year ending June 30, 1898. Before reported on Agricultural lectures Veterinary department Total Year ending June 30, 1894. Before reported on Testing laboratory Geology Zoology Civil engineering Mechanical engineering Archite... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1896)
  • 1898: ...8 to 353, inclusive, for the expenses of the Station for the guarter ending June 30, 1896, and has found the same correct. Your committee has also examined the report for the year ending June 30, 1898, and has found it correct. Respectfully submitted, N. B. MORRISON, S. A, BULLARD, Finance Committee. T h e Secretary m a d e t h e E n d o w m e n t F u n d securities and t h i s report was referred... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1898)
  • 1898: ...l History. Paper E is that of the Agricultural Experiment Station, Paper F is that of the School of Pharmacy. Paper G is an estimate of receipts and expenses for the twelve months ending June 30, 1898. Paper H is a list of appropriations the Board is requested to make for the three months ending September 30, 1897. Paper J is a statement of receipts for the three months ending March 31, 1897. Pape... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1898)
  • 1898: ...oard adjourned. W. L. PILLSBURY, F . M. M C K A Y , Secretary. President. ,1897. PROCEEDINGS OF BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 141 Financial Statement of the University of Illinois for months ending June 30, 1898. R E C E I P T S , J U L Y 1, 1897 JUNE 30, 1898. the twelve Balance I n t e r e s t on e n d o w m e n t and land contracts Fees from s t u d e n t s D e p a r t m e n t s and laboratories Miscellan... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1898)
  • 1898: ... , Secretary. President. ,1897. PROCEEDINGS OF BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 141 Financial Statement of the University of Illinois for months ending June 30, 1898. R E C E I P T S , J U L Y 1, 1897 JUNE 30, 1898. the twelve Balance I n t e r e s t on e n d o w m e n t and land contracts Fees from s t u d e n t s D e p a r t m e n t s and laboratories Miscellaneous State appropriations State appropriations, L... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1898)
  • 1898: ...iations for the same time. Paper G is a statement of the School of Medicine appropriations for the same time. Paper H is an estimate of receipts and expenses for-the twelve months ending June 30, 1898. Paper J is a list of appropriations for the three months ending December 31, 1897. Paper L is a statement of moneys rtceived by me for the three months ending June 30, 1897. Paper M is a list of the... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1898)
  • 1898: ...k as outlined for the coming quarter and it is asked that appropriations of Station funds be made to meet them. ,1893. PROCEEDINGS OF BOARD OF TRUSTEES. APPROPRIATIONS FOR QUARTER ENDING JUNE 30, 1898. 229 General Fund. Salaries Labor Publications Postage and stationery F r e i g h t and express Heat, light, and water Feeding stuffs Library Tools, i m p l e m e n t s and machinery. Scientific a p ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1898)
  • 1898: ...opriations December 31, 1897. Paper G is a statement of the School of Medicine appropriations December 31, 1897. Paper H is an estimate of receipts and expenses for the six months ending June 30, 1898. Paper J is a list of appropriations the Board is requested to make for the three months ending June 30, 1898. Paper L is a statement of receipts by the Business Manager for the three months ending D... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1898)
  • 1898: ...7. Paper H is an estimate of receipts and expenses for the six months ending June 30, 1898. Paper J is a list of appropriations the Board is requested to make for the three months ending June 30, 1898. Paper L is a statement of receipts by the Business Manager for the three months ending December 31, 1897. PAPER A CURRENT APPROPRIATIONS. December 31,1897. Board expenses Salaries for instruction I ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1898)
  • 1898: ...e next year. President Draper presented the following estimates, furnished by the Director of the Agricultural Experiment Station, of appropriations needed for the current quarter ending June 30, 1898, and the next quarter ending September 30, 1898. A G R I C U L T U R A L E X P E R I M E N T STATION ESTIMATES, C U R R E N T Q U A R T E R . From Labor. Farm Fund. 300 00 QUARTER ENDING SEPTEMBER 30... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1898)
  • 1898: Year ending June 30,1898. Salaries for instruction Received. Expended. 23,000 00 23,000 00 Balance. Assigned. ,276 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS. PAPER D LABORATORY OF NATURAL HISTORY (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1898)
  • 1898: ..., 404, 406, 408, 421, 422, 432, 465 and 472, and has found the same correct and duly receipted. We have also examined the report of the Treasurer of the University for the quarter ending June 30, 1898, and have found that receipts for the quarter, together with the balance on hand at the beginning of the quarter, amount to 105,705.40; that the amount paid out on warrants during the quarter was 82,... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1900)
  • 1898: 20 June 30, 1898. We submit herewith the report of the Treasurer and ask that it be made a part of the record. Respectfully submitted, ALEX MCLEAN, T. J. SMITH, I. S. RAYMOND, Finance Commitee. T R E A S U R E R REPO... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1900)
  • 1898: June 30, 1898. Paper B is a statement of the State appropriations June 30, 1898. Paper D is a statement of the Laboratory of Natural History fund June 30,, 1898. ,1898 PROCEEDINGS OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES 11 Paper... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1900)
  • 1898: ...the honor to transmit herewith the following financial statements: Paper A is a statement of the current appropriations. June 30, 1898. Paper B is a statement of the State appropriations June 30, 1898. Paper D is a statement of the Laboratory of Natural History fund June 30,, 1898. ,1898 PROCEEDINGS OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES 11 Paper E is statement of the Agricultural Experiment Station fund June 3... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1900)
  • 1898: ...tatement of the current appropriations. June 30, 1898. Paper B is a statement of the State appropriations June 30, 1898. Paper D is a statement of the Laboratory of Natural History fund June 30,, 1898. ,1898 PROCEEDINGS OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES 11 Paper E is statement of the Agricultural Experiment Station fund June 30,. 1898. Paper F is the statement of the School of Pharmacy appropriations June ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1900)
  • 1898: ...ropriations June 30.. 1898. Paper G is the statement of the School of Medicine appropriations June 30,. 1898. Paper H is an estimate of receipts and expenses for the twelve months ending June 30, 1898. Paper J is a list of appropriations the Board is requested to make for the three months ending December 31, 1898. Paper L is a statement of receipts by the Business Manager for the three months endi... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1900)
  • 1898: ...ist of appropriations the Board is requested to make for the three months ending December 31, 1898. Paper L is a statement of receipts by the Business Manager for the three months ending June 30, 1898. Paper M is a list of the general University vouchers presented for au dit being 2051 to 2800, inclusive. Paper N is a list of the Laboratory of Natural History vouchers presented for audit, being 24... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1900)
  • 1898: ... 1898 OR. June 30, By amount paid out of general fund as per list of warrants herewith June 30, By amount paid out of Agricultural Experiment Station fund as per list of warrants herewith June 30, By amount paid out of Laboratory of Natural History fund as per list of warrants herewith June 30, By amount paid out of School of Pharmacy fund as per list of warrants herewith June 30, By amount paid o... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1900)
  • 1898: ...amount paid out of Agricultural Experiment Station fund as per list of warrants herewith June 30, By amount paid out of Laboratory of Natural History fund as per list of warrants herewith June 30, By amount paid out of School of Pharmacy fund as per list of warrants herewith June 30, By amount paid out of School of Medicine fund as per list warrants herewith Balances General fund Agricultural Expe... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1900)
  • 1898: ... June 30, By amount paid out of Laboratory of Natural History fund as per list of warrants herewith June 30, By amount paid out of School of Pharmacy fund as per list of warrants herewith June 30, By amount paid out of School of Medicine fund as per list warrants herewith Balances General fund Agricultural Experiment Station fund. Laboratory of Natural History fund School of Medicine fund School o... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1900)
  • 1899: ...ppropriations March 31, 1898. Paper G is a statement of the School of Medicine appropriations March 31, 1898. Paper H is an estimate of receipts and expenses for the twelve months ending June 30, 1899. Paper J is a list of appropriations the Board is requested to make for thethree months ending September 30, 1898. Paper L is a statement of receipts by the Business Manager for three months ending M... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1898)
  • 1899: ...riations, December 31, 1898. Paper G is a statement of the School of Medicine appropriations, December 31, 1898. Paper H is an estimate of receipts and expenses for the six months ending June 30, 1899. Paper I is a list of appropriations the Board is requested to make at this time. Paper L is a report of receipts for the three months ending December 31, 1898. ,1899 J PROCEEDINGS OP THE BOARD OF TR... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1900)
  • 1899: ...B o a r d adjourned. ALEXANDER W. L. PILLSBURY, MCLEAN, President. Secretary. ,1898. PROCEEDINGS OF BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 141 Financial Statement of the University of Illinois months ending June 30, 1899. RECEIPTS. for the twelve Interest on endowment and land contracts Fees from students Departments and laboratories Miscellaneous State appropriations State Laboratory of Natural History United States... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1900)
  • 1899: Services to June 30,1899. etc D. H. Lloyde Son Erasers, etc Hardware Wm. Miebach Co.... Turpentine, etc Fuller Fuller Co Lumber, etc Chas. A. Besore Advertising Treasurer Athletic A ss'n Walker Mulliken Chairs, etc Coal Odin... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1900)
  • 1899: June 30, 1899 (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1900)
  • 1899: ...16 44 The Registrar presented statements of fees due from students in the several departments of the University for the quarters ending Sept. 30, 1898, Dec. 31, 1898, March 31, 1899, and June 30, 1899, except the report from the School of Medicine for the last quarter. J These were referred to the Finance Committee. The Business Manager, Professor Shattuck, presented his report, which was referred... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1900)
  • 1899: ...d of Trustees, University of Illinois, S I R : I have the honor to hand you herewith the following financial statements and reports: Paper A is a statement of the current appropriations, June 30, 1899. , Paper B is a statement of the State appropriations, June 30, 1899. Paper D is a statement of the Laboratory of Natural History fund, J u n e 30,1899. Paper E is a statement of the Agricultural Exp... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1900)
  • 1899: ...nd you herewith the following financial statements and reports: Paper A is a statement of the current appropriations, June 30, 1899. , Paper B is a statement of the State appropriations, June 30, 1899. Paper D is a statement of the Laboratory of Natural History fund, J u n e 30,1899. Paper E is a statement of the Agricultural Experiment Station appropriations, June 30, 1899. Paper F is a statement... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1900)
  • 1899: ...priations, June 30, 1899. Paper D is a statement of the Laboratory of Natural History fund, J u n e 30,1899. Paper E is a statement of the Agricultural Experiment Station appropriations, June 30, 1899. Paper F is a statement of the School of Pharmacy appropriations, June 30, 1899. Paper G is a statement of the School of Medicine appropriations, J u n e 30, 1899. Paper H is an estimate of receipts ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1900)
  • 1899: ...story fund, J u n e 30,1899. Paper E is a statement of the Agricultural Experiment Station appropriations, June 30, 1899. Paper F is a statement of the School of Pharmacy appropriations, June 30, 1899. Paper G is a statement of the School of Medicine appropriations, J u n e 30, 1899. Paper H is an estimate of receipts and expenses for the twelve months ending June 30, 1900. Paper J is a list of ap... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1900)
  • 1899: ...mpkins Balance other salaries RECEIPTS. 142 3,781 150 100 31 89 C O 00 4,174 20 Aug. 31 Received on account of tuition . Difference 1,238 00 2,936 20 4,174 20 ,212 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS JUNE 30, 1899. Sept. 12, -RECEIPTS BY THE BUSINESS MANAGER FOR THE THREE MONTHS ENDING University fees , Preparatory School fees , Diploma fees School of Pharmacy School of Medicine , Agricultural Experiment Stati... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1900)
  • 1899: Balance June 30,1899 , 34,134 48 July 7 Received from U. S. Treasurer, for Agricultural Experiment Station fund 3,750 00 7 Received from S. W. Shattuck for credit School of Medicine fund ;.. 2,289 05 "31 Received from S.... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1900)
  • 1899: June 30, Warrants Continued, No. Date. To whom. For what. Amount. 1899 138 J u n a 30 W. B. Day 139' Henry Eulert 140 W. B. Day. a c t u a r y . . . . . 141 F. M. Goodman 142 C. S . N . Halleberg 143 W. A. P u c ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1900)
  • 1899: ...tempt be made to breed other horses than Morgans, but that specimens of other breeds be obtained from time to time as in the case of cattle. The inventories of other property as presented June 30, and now in the hands of the Business Manager, were corrected and approved, and are presented herewith. This property consists of office furniture, machinery, microscopes, cameras, and a variety of appara... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1900)
  • 1900: ...opriations, March 31,1899. Paper G is a statement of the School of Medicine appropriations, March 31, 1899. . Paper H is an estimate of receipts and expenses for the twelve months ending June 30, 1900. Paper I is a list of appropriations for the three months ending September 30, 1899, which the Board is requested to make at this time. Paper L is a statement of the receipts by the Business Manager ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1900)
  • 1900: ...opriations, June 30, 1899. Paper G is a statement of the School of Medicine appropriations, J u n e 30, 1899. Paper H is an estimate of receipts and expenses for the twelve months ending June 30, 1900. Paper J is a list of appropriations for the three months ending December 31, 1899, which the Board is requested to make at this time. Paper L is a statement of the collections by the Business Manage... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1900)
  • 1900: ... furnishing uniforms. Eespecfully submitted, S. W. SHATTUCK, Appropriations Manager. Business Manager, were made as recommended by the Business APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE THREE MONTHS ENDING JUNE 30, 1900. Board expenses Salaries for instruction Salaries for services Buildings and g r o u n d s Fuel, lights and electric power... Stationery, p r i n t i n g , etc A d v e r t i s i n g and postage Repai... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1900)
  • 1900: ...ned. W. L. PILLSBURY, ALEXANDER M C L E A N , Secretary. President. ,314 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS. June 30,, Financial Statement of the University of Illinois for the tivelve months ending June 30, 1900. RECEIPTS. B al ance Laboratory of Natural History, balance Interest on endowment and land contracts . Fees from students Departments and laboratories Miscellaneous Donations, Edward Snyder fund Stat... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1900)
  • 1900: June 30,, Financial Statement of the University of Illinois for the tivelve months ending June 30, 1900. RECEIPTS. B al ance Laboratory of Natural History, balance Interest on endowment and land contracts . Fees ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1900)
  • 1900: ...he Board of Trustees of the University of Illinois: Your Finance Committee begs leave to report that it has examined the vouchers submitted by the Business Manager for the quarter ending June 30, 1900, on which warrants have been issued as follows: Nos. 2,551 to 3,450, inclusive, general University, 88,817.48; Nos. 1 to 8, inclusive, Illinois State Laboratory of Natural History, 2,626.03; Nos. 243... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1904)
  • 1900: ...rmacy, 2,680.29; Nos. 511 to 657, inclusive, School ,8 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS. Sept. 21, ot Medicine, 41,906.20; Nos. 1 to 87, College of Medicine, 2,737.83. Total for the three months to June 30,1900, 141,917.66. We have found that the above vouchers are in due form and are properly receipted, except the following vouchers not presented at this time, which have been reported missing: General Univ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1904)
  • 1900: ..., 1900, have also been examined and found correct. The Treasurer's reports for the quarter ending March 31, 1900, showing a balance of cash on hand, 94,681.62, and for the quarter ending June 30, 1900, showing a balance of cash on hand, 72,705.57, have also been examined and found correct. Respectfully submitted, P. M. MCKAY, T H O S . J. SMITH, Finance Committee. S T A T E LABORATORY O F N A T U ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1904)
  • 1900: ...rd of Trustees, University of Illinois: S I R : I have the honor to hand you herewith the following financial statements and papers: Paper A is a statement of the current appropriations, June 30, 1900. Paper B is a statement of the State appropriations, June 30, 1900. Paper G is a statement of the United States fund. June 30, 1900. Paper D is a statement of the Laboratory of Natural History approp... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1904)
  • 1900: ... hand you herewith the following financial statements and papers: Paper A is a statement of the current appropriations, June 30, 1900. Paper B is a statement of the State appropriations, June 30, 1900. Paper G is a statement of the United States fund. June 30, 1900. Paper D is a statement of the Laboratory of Natural History appropriation, June 30, 1900. Paper E is a statement of the Agricultural ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1904)
  • 1900: June 30, 1900. Paper D is a statement of the Laboratory of Natural History appropriation, June 30, 1900. Paper E is a statement of the Agricultural Experiment Station appropriation, June 30, 1900. Paper F is a sta... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1904)
  • 1900: ...nt of the State appropriations, June 30, 1900. Paper G is a statement of the United States fund. June 30, 1900. Paper D is a statement of the Laboratory of Natural History appropriation, June 30, 1900. Paper E is a statement of the Agricultural Experiment Station appropriation, June 30, 1900. Paper F is a statement of the School of Pharmacy appropriations, June 30, 1900. Paper G is a statement of ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1904)
  • 1900: ...und. June 30, 1900. Paper D is a statement of the Laboratory of Natural History appropriation, June 30, 1900. Paper E is a statement of the Agricultural Experiment Station appropriation, June 30, 1900. Paper F is a statement of the School of Pharmacy appropriations, June 30, 1900. Paper G is a statement of the School of Medicine appropriations, May 1, 1900, and of the College of Medicine appropria... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1904)
  • 1900: ...appropriation, June 30, 1900. Paper E is a statement of the Agricultural Experiment Station appropriation, June 30, 1900. Paper F is a statement of the School of Pharmacy appropriations, June 30, 1900. Paper G is a statement of the School of Medicine appropriations, May 1, 1900, and of the College of Medicine appropriations, from May 1, 1900, to June 30, 1900. Paper H is an estimate of receipts an... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1904)
  • 1900: ... Pharmacy appropriations, June 30, 1900. Paper G is a statement of the School of Medicine appropriations, May 1, 1900, and of the College of Medicine appropriations, from May 1, 1900, to June 30, 1900. Paper H is an estimate of receipts and expenses for the twelve months ending June 30, 1901. Paper I is a list of appropriations the Board is requested to make at this time for the three months endin... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1904)
  • 1900: ...95 57 84 50 163 38 120 67 336 96 71 59 207 50 1 00 2,737 83 2,737 83 ,1900. J PROCEEDINGS OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 19 PAPER L RECEIPTS BY THE BUSINESS MANAGER FOR THE THREE MONTHS ENDING JUNE 30,1900. University fees j Preparatory School fees , Diploma fees Locker fees School of Pharmacy School of Medicine College of Medicine Agricultural College Agricultural Experiment Station... Repair shop Mec... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1904)
  • 1900: ...,903 761 79,370 75 192,739 11 Respectfully submitted, E. G KEITH, Treasurer, K The Secretary presented the Registrar's reports of fees due from University students for the quarters ending June 30, September 80, and December 31, 1900; from Preparatory School students for the same time; from School of Pharmacy student for the four months ending April 30. 1900; from College of Medicine students for t... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1904)
  • 1900: ... the same time; from School of Pharmacy student for the four months ending April 30. 1900; from College of Medicine students for the four months ending April 30, for the two months ending June 30, and for the quarter ending September 30, 1900. These reports were referred to the Finance Committee. President Draper's bill of expenses for the six months ending December 1, 1900, amounting to 65.55, wa... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1904)
  • 1901: ...propriations, May 1, 1900, and of the College of Medicine appropriations, from May 1, 1900, to June 30, 1900. Paper H is an estimate of receipts and expenses for the twelve months ending June 30, 1901. Paper I is a list of appropriations the Board is requested to make at this time for the three months ending Dec. 31, 1900. Paper L is a report of receipts for the three months ending June 30, 1900. ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1904)
  • 1901: ...roval of the Finance Committee, ordered paid. The reports of the Director of the State Laboratory of Natural History for the first, second and third quarters of the financial year ending June 30, 1901, were referred to the Committee on Finance. Upon the request of the Alumni Association, 80.00 was appropriated for the use of the Secretary, W. L. Pillsbury, in printing and distributing a report of ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1904)
  • 1901: ...d. W. L. PILLSBURY, THOMAS J. SMITH, Secretary, President ,1901. PROCEEDINGS OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 115 Financial Statement of the University of Illinois, for the Twelve Months ending June 30, 1901. R E C E I P T S J U L Y 1, 1900, TO J U N E 30,1901. Illinois State Laboratory of Natural History, balance Interest on-endowment and land contracts D e p a r t m e n t s a n d laboratories Donation,... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1904)
  • 1901: ...mendation of the Committee, the bids for plumbing and for heating and ventilation were rejected. TREASURER'S REPORT. The report of the Treasurer, Mr. E. Gr. Keith, for the quarter ending June 30, 1901, was received and referred to the Finance Committee. E . G. K E I T H , T R E A S U R E R , I N ACCOUNT W I T H J U L Y 1, 1901. T H E U N I V E R S I T Y OF I L L I N O I S , Dr. April May Jane . 87... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1904)
  • 1901: ...., President Board of Irustees, University of Illinois: S I R : I have the honor to hand you herewith the following- financial papers: Paper A, a statement of the current appropriations, June 30, 1901. Paper B, a statement of the State appropriations, June 30, 1901. Paper C, a statement of the United States fund. June 30, 1901. Paper E, a statement of the Agricultural Experiment Station funds, Jun... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1904)
  • 1901: ... have the honor to hand you herewith the following- financial papers: Paper A, a statement of the current appropriations, June 30, 1901. Paper B, a statement of the State appropriations, June 30, 1901. Paper C, a statement of the United States fund. June 30, 1901. Paper E, a statement of the Agricultural Experiment Station funds, June 30, 1901, Paper F, a statement of the School of Pharmacy approp... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1904)
  • 1901: June 30, 1901. Paper E, a statement of the Agricultural Experiment Station funds, June 30, 1901, Paper F, a statement of the School of Pharmacy appropriation, June 30, 1901 Paper G, a statement of the College of M... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1904)
  • 1901: ... a statement of the State appropriations, June 30, 1901. Paper C, a statement of the United States fund. June 30, 1901. Paper E, a statement of the Agricultural Experiment Station funds, June 30, 1901, Paper F, a statement of the School of Pharmacy appropriation, June 30, 1901 Paper G, a statement of the College of Medicine appropriations, June 30, 1901 PAPER A CURRENT APPROPRIATIONS. J u n e , 30... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1904)
  • 1901: ... of the United States fund. June 30, 1901. Paper E, a statement of the Agricultural Experiment Station funds, June 30, 1901, Paper F, a statement of the School of Pharmacy appropriation, June 30, 1901 Paper G, a statement of the College of Medicine appropriations, June 30, 1901 PAPER A CURRENT APPROPRIATIONS. J u n e , 30,1901. Salaries for instruction Salaries for services Buildings and grounds F... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1904)
  • 1901: ...tural Experiment Station funds, June 30, 1901, Paper F, a statement of the School of Pharmacy appropriation, June 30, 1901 Paper G, a statement of the College of Medicine appropriations, June 30, 1901 PAPER A CURRENT APPROPRIATIONS. J u n e , 30,1901. Salaries for instruction Salaries for services Buildings and grounds F u e l and lights Stationery and printing P r e p a r a t o r y School Repair ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1904)
  • 1901: ...penses for the twelve months ending June 30, 1902. Paper , a list of appropriations the Board is requested to make at this time. Paper L, a report of receipts for the three months ending June 30, 1901. P A P E R L R E C E I P T S BY T H E B U S I N E S S M A N A G E R FOR T H E T H R E E M O N T H S E N D I N G J U N E 30,1901. U n i v e r s i t y fees P r e p a r a t o r y School fees Diploma fee... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1904)
  • 1901: ...uarter ending December 31, 1900, showing a balance of cash on hand 83,422.55 for the quarter ending March 31, 1901, showing a balance of cash on hand 87,738.96, and for the quarter ending June 30,1901, showing a balance of cash on hand 22,640.61, have been examined and found to be correct. We recommend the same for your approval, Respectfully submitted, F. M. MCKAY, A. F. NIGHTINGALE, A L E X . MC... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1904)
  • 1901: ... Board of Irustees of the University of Illinois. Your Finance Committee begs leave to report that it has examined the vochers submitted by the Business Manager for the six months ending June 30, 1901, on which warrants haye been issued as follows: Nos. 1601 to 3425 inclusive, general University, Nos. 153 to 359, Agricultural Experiment Station, Nos. 86 to 157, School of Pharmacy, and Nos. 406 to ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1904)
  • 1901: ...aterial S18 . . d o Nernst Ls-mp Co 5183 .. do S, W. Shattuck, Business M'gr C. C. C. St. L. freight 5184 .. do H. Gerbing 18f . . d o W. G. Eckhardt 5186 . . d o do J. E. Readheimer 5187 June 30 Chemicals 5188 .. do S. A. Forbes 5189 . . d o do E S. Good fi190 . . d o do H. W. Mumford 5191 . . d o I. M. Western f 193 . . d o P. Adams 5193 . . d o Paid lecturer E. G. Dexter 5194 . . d o . Gregory ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1906)
  • 1902: ...06 2,407 44 922 44 6,000 00 608 56 47,39144 608 56 Balance. ,1902. PROCEEDINGS O F T H E BOARD O F TRUSTEES. 241 Paper H is an estimate of receipts and expenses for the six months ending June 30, 1902. Paper I is a list of appropriations the Board is requested to make at this time. Paper L is a report of the receipts for the three months ending Dec. 31, 1901. PAPER L RECEIPTS OF THE BUSINESS MANAG... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1904)
  • 1902: , June 30,1902. lo the Board of Trustees: I respectfully present the following recommendations: 1. That John Hancock McClellan be re-appomted instructor in zodlogy for ten months from September 1, 1902, at 100 a mo... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1904)
  • 1902: ... s t t h e U n i v e r s i t y for t h e p a v i n g of M a t h e w s a n d Springfield a v e n u e s a n d R o m i n e street, a n d t h e action t a k e n was approved. URBANA, I I I , June 30, 1902. lo the Board of Irustees of the University of Illinois: The City of Urbana passed an order to pave a portion of Mathews and Springfield Avenues and part of Romine street, and the County Court approv... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1904)
  • 1902: , June 30, 1902. lo the Board oj Irustees: Your Committee on Buildings and Grounds desires to report concerning an enlargement of the Electric Light Plant of the University. Professors Breckenridge and Brooks prepar... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1904)
  • 1902: , June 30,1902. lo the Board of Trustees: Your Committee on Buildings and Grounds, to which was referred the bill of Walsh Heuck for 50 for an estimate on some proposed work to be done at the Agricultural Building,... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1904)
  • 1902: ...W. L. PILLSBURY, A. F. NIGHTINGALE, Secretary, President. ,1901. PROCEEDINGS OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 289 Financial Statement of the University of Illinois, for the Twelve Months ending June 30, 1902. R E C E I P T S J U L T 1, 1901, TO J U N E 30,1902. I n t e r e s t on e n d o w m e n t and land contracts F e e s from s t u d e n t s D e p a r t m e n t s a n d laboratories S t a t e appropria... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1904)
  • 1902: Services to June 30,1902 3465 ..do J. L. Ray Legal services 3466 ..do Western Electric Co Lamps , 3467 ..do Garlock Packing Co Packing 3468 ..do S. D. Brooks Expenses , 3469 ..do The Champaign Times Printing notices 3470 ..d... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1904)
  • 1902: June 30, William Kilbourn Jaques, Ph. M., M. D,f Professor Microscopical and Chemical Diagnosis, L. Blake Baldwin, M. D., Professor of Clinical Dermatology. Bertha Van Hoosen, M. D.., Professor Clinical Gynecolog... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1904)
  • 1902: ...I I . . June 26,1902. A. 8, Draper, LL.D., President of the University of Illinois: DEAR SIR 1 understand that the consideration of the south farm was left over for the special meeting of June 30, and that some further report is desirable at this time. I beg leave to report that in accordance with your instruction I have discussed the whole matter with heads ot departments to learn their needs bot... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1904)
  • 1902: June 30 P A V E M E N T ON M A T H E W S A V E N U E S AND R O M I N E M r . S m i t h p r e s e n t e d t h e following s t a t e m e n t with r e g a r d to t h e assessment a g a i n s t t h e U n i v e r s i ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1904)
  • 1902: June 30 direct-connected engine-dynamo machine for 5,000, and the return of one 45-kilowat belted dynamo with exciter. This has been done and the contract for the same filed with the Secretary. Your Committee als... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1904)
  • 1902: June 30 and what rotation and treatment will be most effective in increasing and retaining the productive capacity of Illinois lands; and that, to carry out the provisions of this section, there be, and hereby is... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1904)
  • 1902: ...l, Mrs. Abbott, and Mrs. Alexander; absent, Governor Yates and Mr. Conrad. President Draper was absent. The minutes of the meeting of June 9, 1902, and the adjourned session of same held June 30, 1902, were approved, as presented by the Secretary. Mr. Anderson, of the firm of Hack Anderson, printers of the University catalog for the year 1901-02, was heard with regard to the reduction demanded by ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1906)
  • 1902: ...for the nine months ending June 30, 1903. Paper I is a list of appropriations the Board is requested to make at this time. Paper L is a report of the receipts for the three months ending June 30, 1902. Paper M is a list of general University vouchers presented for audit, being Nos. 3,426 to 4,675, inclusive. Paper O is a list of the Agricultural Experiment Station vouchers presented for audit, bei... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1906)
  • 1902: ...e. TREASURER'S REPORT. The Treasurer's report was presented by the Secretary and referred to the Committee on Finance. E. Q. KEITH, TREASURER, IN ACCOUNT WITH THE UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS, JUNE 30, 1902. 1902 March April 31 Balance 4 Received from State Treasurer for credit of general Dr. 51,699 81 May June fund 20,000 00 6 Received from U. S. Treasurer, quarterly appropria3,750 00 tion for Agricult... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1906)
  • 1902: ..., Chicago draft for credit of general fund 5,000 00 222,548 48 274,248 29 -2U. ,18 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS. r Sept. 9, Illinois, E. 6r. Keith, Treasurer, in Account with the University of June 30, 1902 Concluded. June 1902 Cr. 30 By amount paid out of general fund, as per list of war- 140,613 47 rants herewith 30,205 61 30 By amount paid out of College of Medicine fund, as per list of warrants here... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1906)
  • 1902: ...OIS, October 11, 1902. To the Board of Trustees. Your Finance Committee begs leave to report that it has examined the vouchers submitted by the Business Manager for the six months ending June 30, 1902, on which warrants have been issued as follows: General University, Nos. 2,152 to 4,675, inclusive. Agricultural Experiment Station, Nos. 168 to 355, inclusive. School of Pharmacy, Nos. 92 to 158, in... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1906)
  • 1902: ...k for 2,498 95 credit of College of Dentistry fund February 291,220 48 510,857 43 ,310 E Gr. Keith, UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS. June 7, Illinois, Treasurer, in Account with the University of June 30, 1902 Concluded. 1904 March Cr. By amount paid out of general fund, as per list of warrants herewith By amount paid out of Agricultural Experiment Station fund, as per list of warrants herewith By amount p... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1906)
  • 1902: ... repairs made for the dining hall by Mr. Miller, and the recommendation was adopted. T H E COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING. The Committee on the College of Engineering, appointed at the meeting of June 30th page 123 made the following report, which was referred to President Draper: UKBANA, In., December 8, 1902. To the Board of Trustees of the University of Illinois. GENTLEMEN: Your special committee appoi... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1906)
  • 1903: ...ls Incidentals ..... Advertising Unassigned.. 8,198 68 8.198 68 ,1902. PROCEEDINGS OF THE BOAKD OF TRUSTEES. 39 Paper H is an estimate of receipts and expenses for the nine months ending June 30, 1903. Paper I is a list of appropriations the Board is requested to make at this time. Paper L is a report of receipts for the three months ending September 30, 1902. PAPER L RECEIPTS OP THE BUSINESS MANA... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1906)
  • 1903: ...action. Eespectfully submitted, S. W. SHATTUCK, Business Manager. The following appropriations were made as recommended by the Business Manager: APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE THREE MONTHS ENDING JUNE 30,1903. Board expenses Salaries for instruction Salaries for services Buildings and grounds Fuel, lights, and electric power Stationery, catalog, and printing Advertising, postage, etc Departments Laborator... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1906)
  • 1903: ...ARD, FREDERICK L. HATCH, Secretary, pro tern. President. ,1903. J PROCEEDINGS OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES 125' Financial Statement of the University of Illinois for the Twelve Months Ending June 30, 1903. KEOEIPTS J U L Y 1, 1902, TO J U N E 30, 1903. Balance . Interest on endowment and land c o n t r a c t s . . . . . Departments and laboratories Miscellaneous..... State Agricultural Experiment S t ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1906)
  • 1903: ...and you herewith the following financial statement and papers: Paper A is a statement of the current appropriations, J u n e 30, 1903. Paper B is a statement of the State appropriations, June 30, 1903. Paper C is a statement of the United States fund, J u n e 30, 1903. Paper E is a statement of the United States Agricultural Experiment Station appropriation, June 30, 1903. Paper F is a statement o... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1906)
  • 1903: ...ropriations, June 30, 1903. Paper C is a statement of the United States fund, J u n e 30, 1903. Paper E is a statement of the United States Agricultural Experiment Station appropriation, June 30, 1903. Paper F is a statement of the School of Pharmacy appropriations J u n e 30, 1903. Paper G is a statement of the College of Medicine appropriations, J u n e 30, 1903. Paper H is an estimate of receip... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1906)
  • 1903: ...itted, ELBRIDGE G. KEITH, Treasurer. ,248 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS. Deo. 8, The Secretary presented the financial reports of the State Laboratory of Natural History for the quarters ending June 30, 1903, and September 30, 1903, and they were referred to the Finance Committee. He also presented the Registrar's statement of fees due from students of the University during the summer term of 1903, and o... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1906)
  • 1903: do 4401 June 30 A. S. Draper 4402 . . d o T.J. Burrill S. W. Shattuck...., 4403 . . d o N. C Ricker 4404 . . d o 4405 Ira O. Baker 4406 . . d o 3. A. Forbes 4407 .. do C, W. Rolfe A. N. Talbot 4408 .. do A. W. Palmer 440... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1906)
  • 1903: ...Y OF ILLINOIS. J u n e 20, Experiment To whom. Station Warrants Concluded. For what. Amount. 1903 338 June 20 M. L. Bedient n ,9.. do S. W. Shattuck, Business Mgr. Pay-roll, May, 1903 330 June 30 Salary, June, 1903 do 331 .. do T. J. Burrill do W. L. Pillsbury 333 . . d o do 383 .. do 0 . G. Hopkins do 334 . . d o J. C. Blair do 335 . . d o H. W. Mumford do 336 . . d o W. J, Praser do 337 . . d o ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1906)
  • 1903: ... earnings of the College of Dentistry for any year after the payment of all current expenses, including all sums named as regular or contingent interest on the bonds described herein, and June 30th of each year is hereby fixed as the end of the financial year when the net earnings shall be determined and payment on bonds shall be made. 6. I t is further agreed by and between the parties hereto tha... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1906)
  • 1903: ...nd on file, but the warrants drawn on the treasurer for these sums have never passed the bank or, been included in the list of warrants paid. We suggest that these warrants be reversed on June 30, the close of the fiscal year: Year. Date. No. To whom payable Charge to. Amount. GENERAL FUND. 1904 July 30 1905 Oct. 31 1906 Jan. 8 19081 Jan. 11 1906 Jan. 20 1906 Aug. 10 1907 Jan. 4 1907 Apr. 20 1908 ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1912)
  • 1903: ...O rolls Kraft wrapping paper 800 tons ol cold mix, cold lay, plant mix asphaltic concrete for maintenance patching of asphalt pavements as required for the period of July 1, 1961, through June 30,1903 Approximately 24,000 board feet No. 3 spruce; 76.000 board feet construction grade Douglas fir; 16,700 board feet C" select ponderosa pine or sugar pine; and 5,714 board feet T G, grade "Bandbetter" ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1962)
  • 1904: ...urned. W. L. PILLSBURY, F. L. HATCH, Secretary. President. ,1904. PROCEEDINGS OP THE BOARD OP TRUSTEES. 339 Financial Statement of the University of Illinois for the Twelve Months Ending June 30, 1904. RECEIPTS J U L Y 1, 1903, TO J U N E 30, 1904. Balance July 1, 1903 Interest on endowment fund and land contracts... Fees from students Departments and laboratories Miscellaneous United States Agric... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1906)
  • 1904: Until June 30, Library Building. EDMUND J A N E S J A M E S , P H . D . , LL.D. From Office, Library. SECRETARY AND REGISTRAR: W I L L I A M L. P I L L S B U R Y , A. M. Building. Office hours, 2 to 5 p . m. BUSINESS M... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1906)
  • 1904: d o 294 June 30 Salary, June, 1904 295 .. do . . . . . . T. J. Burrill do 296 .. do do C. G. Hopkins 297 . . d o C. F. Hottes do do 298 . . d o W. L Pillsbury 299 . . d o do S. W. Shattuck 300 . . d o do do 301 . . d o 3... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1906)
  • 1904: ...We also submit report of the Audit Company of Illinois on books, vouchers, receipts and disbursements of moneys of the University during the period of six months from January 1, 1904, to June 30, 1904, and recommend that the same be placed on file in the office of the Business Manager, and that "Exhibit A" in this report be published in these proceedings. ALEX. MCLEAN, A. F. NIGHTINGALE, W. B. MCK... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1908)
  • 1904: ...f Trustees of the University of Illinois: SIR I have the honor to hand you herewith the following financial statements and papers: Paper A is a statement of the current appropriations to June 30, 1904. Paper B is a statement of the State appropriations to June 30, 1904. Paper G is a statement of the United States fund June 30, 1904. Paper D is a statement of the College of Dentistry appropriations... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1908)
  • 1904: ...d you herewith the following financial statements and papers: Paper A is a statement of the current appropriations to June 30, 1904. Paper B is a statement of the State appropriations to June 30, 1904. Paper G is a statement of the United States fund June 30, 1904. Paper D is a statement of the College of Dentistry appropriations June 30, 1904. Paper, E 'is a statement of the United States Agricul... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1908)
  • 1904: ...per A is a statement of the current appropriations to June 30, 1904. Paper B is a statement of the State appropriations to June 30, 1904. Paper G is a statement of the United States fund June 30, 1904. Paper D is a statement of the College of Dentistry appropriations June 30, 1904. Paper, E 'is a statement of the United States Agricultural Experiment Station appropriations June 30, 1904. Paper F i... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1908)
  • 1904: ... statement of the State appropriations to June 30, 1904. Paper G is a statement of the United States fund June 30, 1904. Paper D is a statement of the College of Dentistry appropriations June 30, 1904. Paper, E 'is a statement of the United States Agricultural Experiment Station appropriations June 30, 1904. Paper F is a statement of the School of Pharmacy appropriations June 30, 1904. Paper G is ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1908)
  • 1904: ...ne 30, 1904. Paper D is a statement of the College of Dentistry appropriations June 30, 1904. Paper, E 'is a statement of the United States Agricultural Experiment Station appropriations June 30, 1904. Paper F is a statement of the School of Pharmacy appropriations June 30, 1904. Paper G is a statement of the College of Medicine appropriations June 30, 1904. P A P E R A CURRENT A P P R O P R I A T... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1908)
  • 1904: ...June 30, 1904. Paper, E 'is a statement of the United States Agricultural Experiment Station appropriations June 30, 1904. Paper F is a statement of the School of Pharmacy appropriations June 30, 1904. Paper G is a statement of the College of Medicine appropriations June 30, 1904. P A P E R A CURRENT A P P R O P R I A T I O N S . Appropriated. June 30, 1904. Salaries for instruction ., Salaries lo... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1908)
  • 1904: ...ment Station appropriations June 30, 1904. Paper F is a statement of the School of Pharmacy appropriations June 30, 1904. Paper G is a statement of the College of Medicine appropriations June 30, 1904. P A P E R A CURRENT A P P R O P R I A T I O N S . Appropriated. June 30, 1904. Salaries for instruction ., Salaries lor services Buildings and grounds .. Heat and light Stationery alid printing. Aca... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1908)
  • 1904: June 30, 1904. Salaries for instruction ., Salaries lor services Buildings and grounds .. Heat and light Stationery alid printing. Academy Agricultural College Departments Laboratories Library and apparatus .. Inc... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1908)
  • 1904: ...s for the twelve months ending June 30, 1905. Paper I is a list of appropriations the Board is requested to make at this time. Paper L is a report of receipts for the three months ending June 30, 1904 ,1904 PKOCEEDINGS OF THE BOAED OF TEUSTEES. 1904. 17 P A P E R I A P P R O P R I A T I O N F O R T H E T H R E E M O N T H S E N D I N G D E C E M B E R 31, Board, expenses Salaries for instruction S... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1908)
  • 1904: ... voted that when the Board adjourned it should adjourn to 9:00 o'clock a. m., January 17, 1905. TREASURER'S REPORTS. The Secretary presented the Treasurer's report for the quarter ending June 30, 1904, which, by an oversight had not been presented at the meeting of September 27th, and the report for the quaretr ending September 30, 1904. These reports were referred to the Finance Committee. ,28 UN... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1908)
  • 1905: ...oard was overlooked: The Committee on Pharmacy would recommend that Mr. G. W. Bennett, of Urbana, be elected to serve on the Advisory Board of the College of Pharmacy for the term ending June 30, 1905. MARY T. CARRIEL, ALICE ASBURY ABBOTT. The board adjourned. W. L. PILLSBURY, ALEXANDER MOLEAN, Secretary. President. ,1901 PROCEEDINGS OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES 21 M E E T I N G OF N O V E B E R 9, 19... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1904)
  • 1905: 1, 1904, to June 30, 1905, the salary shall be 8,000.00, payable in ten monthly installments, beginning Oct, 1, 1904. 2. That the President's House be furnished the President in proper condition, free of charge, with light, f... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1906)
  • 1905: ...ons September 30, 1904. Paper G is a statement of the College of Medicine appropriations December 30, 1904. Paper H is an estimate of the receipts and expenses for the nine months ending June 30, 1905. Paper J is a list of the appropriations the Board is requested to make at this time. Paper L i s a report of the feceipts for the three months ending September 30, 1904. P A P E R A CURRENT A P P R ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1908)
  • 1905: ...report as follows: First, we present a report of. the Audit Company of Illinois which shows in detail the receipt of all moneys and disbursements of same for the period from January 1 to June 30, 1905, and recommend that the same be approved and copy of same be incorporated in the minutes of the Board. Second, we recommend that the following changes be made in conducting the financial business of ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1908)
  • 1905: ...e an audit of the cash receipts and disbursements of the Treasurer, and have partially examined the accounts of the Business Manager of the University, for the period from January 1st to June 30, 1905, and submit herewith the following statements: Exhibit A, Statement of Cash Receipts and Disbursements. Exhibit B, Reconcilement of Receipts and Disbursements. Exhibit O, Statement of condition of Ca... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1908)
  • 1905: ...e following statements: Exhibit A, Statement of Cash Receipts and Disbursements. Exhibit B, Reconcilement of Receipts and Disbursements. Exhibit O, Statement of condition of Cash Balance June 30, 1905. Exhibit D, Trial Balance as of June 30, 1905. Schedule 1, Warrants outstanding on First National Bank June 30, 1905. Schedule 2, Warrants outstanding State Bank General Funds June 30, 1905. Schedule... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1908)
  • 1905: ...f Cash Receipts and Disbursements. Exhibit B, Reconcilement of Receipts and Disbursements. Exhibit O, Statement of condition of Cash Balance June 30, 1905. Exhibit D, Trial Balance as of June 30, 1905. Schedule 1, Warrants outstanding on First National Bank June 30, 1905. Schedule 2, Warrants outstanding State Bank General Funds June 30, 1905. Schedule 3, Warrants outstanding State Bank College of... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1908)
  • 1905: ... and Disbursements. Exhibit O, Statement of condition of Cash Balance June 30, 1905. Exhibit D, Trial Balance as of June 30, 1905. Schedule 1, Warrants outstanding on First National Bank June 30, 1905. Schedule 2, Warrants outstanding State Bank General Funds June 30, 1905. Schedule 3, Warrants outstanding State Bank College of Medicine June 30, 1905. Schedule h Warrants outstanding State Bank Sch... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1908)
  • 1905: ...e 30, 1905. Exhibit D, Trial Balance as of June 30, 1905. Schedule 1, Warrants outstanding on First National Bank June 30, 1905. Schedule 2, Warrants outstanding State Bank General Funds June 30, 1905. Schedule 3, Warrants outstanding State Bank College of Medicine June 30, 1905. Schedule h Warrants outstanding State Bank School of Pharmacy, June 30, 1905. Schedule 5, Warrants outstanding State Ba... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1908)
  • 1905: ...outstanding on First National Bank June 30, 1905. Schedule 2, Warrants outstanding State Bank General Funds June 30, 1905. Schedule 3, Warrants outstanding State Bank College of Medicine June 30, 1905. Schedule h Warrants outstanding State Bank School of Pharmacy, June 30, 1905. Schedule 5, Warrants outstanding State Bank Agricultural Experiment Station, June 30, 1905. The Treasurer's accounts wer... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1908)
  • 1905: ...ding State Bank General Funds June 30, 1905. Schedule 3, Warrants outstanding State Bank College of Medicine June 30, 1905. Schedule h Warrants outstanding State Bank School of Pharmacy, June 30, 1905. Schedule 5, Warrants outstanding State Bank Agricultural Experiment Station, June 30, 1905. The Treasurer's accounts were verified. In connection with the Business Manager's accounts, we verified al... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1908)
  • 1905: ...lege of Medicine June 30, 1905. Schedule h Warrants outstanding State Bank School of Pharmacy, June 30, 1905. Schedule 5, Warrants outstanding State Bank Agricultural Experiment Station, June 30, 1905. The Treasurer's accounts were verified. In connection with the Business Manager's accounts, we verified all detail work, such as cash book footings, cash book and journal postings to ledger, etc. Yo... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1908)
  • 1905: ...ants 441,049 90 63,073 12 504,123 02 U N I V E R S I T Y O F I L L I N O I S S T A T E M E N T O F C O N D I T I O N O F C A S H B A L A N C E J U N E 30, 1905. Business Manager's balance June 30,1905 Exhibit A Add outstanding warrants, June 30, 1905 F i r s t National Bank. General fund 486 78 College of Medicine 332 00 School of Pharmacy Agricultural Experiment Station 1 40 Total 820 18 Total am... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1908)
  • 1905: ... I T Y O F I L L I N O I S S T A T E M E N T O F C O N D I T I O N O F C A S H B A L A N C E J U N E 30, 1905. Business Manager's balance June 30,1905 Exhibit A Add outstanding warrants, June 30, 1905 F i r s t National Bank. General fund 486 78 College of Medicine 332 00 School of Pharmacy Agricultural Experiment Station 1 40 Total 820 18 Total amount to be accounted for June 30,1905 In hands of ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1908)
  • 1905: ...June 30, 1905 F i r s t National Bank. General fund 486 78 College of Medicine 332 00 School of Pharmacy Agricultural Experiment Station 1 40 Total 820 18 Total amount to be accounted for June 30,1905 In hands of treasurer June 30,1905 General fund College of Medicine Agricultural Experiment Station Total School of Pharmacy overdrawn Cash in hands of business manager, June 30,1905 116,399 97 State... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1908)
  • 1905: ...3,942 59 183,942 59 ,1905 PROCEEDINGS OF THE BOAED OF TRUSTEES. TREASURER'S REPORTS. 263 The Secretary presented the reports made on behalf of Mr. Keith's bondsmen for the quarter ending June 30, 1905. This report has already been submitted and considered by the Auditing Committee in the above report. TREASURER'S REPORT. E. G. K E I T H , T R E A S U R E R , I N ACCOUNT W I T H T H E U N I V E R S... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1908)
  • 1905: ...ustees of the University of Illinois. DEAR SIR I have the honor to hand you herewith the following financial statement and papers: Paper A is a statement of the current appropriations to June 30, 1905. Paper B is a statement of the State appropriations to June 30, 1905. Paper G is a statement of the United States fund June 30, 1905. Paper E is a statement of the United States Agricultural Experime... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1908)
  • 1905: ...nd you herewith the following financial statement and papers: Paper A is a statement of the current appropriations to June 30, 1905. Paper B is a statement of the State appropriations to June 30, 1905. Paper G is a statement of the United States fund June 30, 1905. Paper E is a statement of the United States Agricultural Experiment Station appropriations June 30, 1905. Paper F is a statement of th... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1908)
  • 1905: ...per A is a statement of the current appropriations to June 30, 1905. Paper B is a statement of the State appropriations to June 30, 1905. Paper G is a statement of the United States fund June 30, 1905. Paper E is a statement of the United States Agricultural Experiment Station appropriations June 30, 1905. Paper F is a statement of the School of Pharmacy appropriations June 30, 1905. Paper G is a ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1908)
  • 1905: ...ppropriations to June 30, 1905. Paper G is a statement of the United States fund June 30, 1905. Paper E is a statement of the United States Agricultural Experiment Station appropriations June 30, 1905. Paper F is a statement of the School of Pharmacy appropriations June 30, 1905. Paper G is a statement of the College of Medicine appropriations June 30, 1905. P A P E R A CURRENT A P P R O P R I A T... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1908)
  • 1905: ...d June 30, 1905. Paper E is a statement of the United States Agricultural Experiment Station appropriations June 30, 1905. Paper F is a statement of the School of Pharmacy appropriations June 30, 1905. Paper G is a statement of the College of Medicine appropriations June 30, 1905. P A P E R A CURRENT A P P R O P R I A T I O N S . Appropriated. Expended. Balance. June 30, 1905. Salaries for instruc... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1908)
  • 1905: ...ment Station appropriations June 30, 1905. Paper F is a statement of the School of Pharmacy appropriations June 30, 1905. Paper G is a statement of the College of Medicine appropriations June 30, 1905. P A P E R A CURRENT A P P R O P R I A T I O N S . Appropriated. Expended. Balance. June 30, 1905. Salaries for instruction Salaries for services Buildings and grounds Heat and light Stationery and p... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1908)
  • 1905: June 30, 1905. Salaries for instruction Salaries for services Buildings and grounds Heat and light Stationery and printing Academy Agricultural College Departments laboratories Library and apparatus Incidentals Su... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1908)
  • 1905: June 30, ,1905. U. S. fund Salaries Labor Publications Postage and stationery F r e i g h t and express Heat. light and water Seeds, plants and sundries Fertilizers Library Tools, implftTriftnts and m a c h i n e r... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1908)
  • 1905: ...e twelve months ending June 30, 1906. Paper I is a list of.the appropriations the Board is requested to make at this time. Paper L is a report of the receipts for the three months ending June 30, 1905. P A P E R I A P P R O P R I A T I O N F O R T H E T H R E E M O N T H S E N D I N G D E C E M B E R 31, 1905. Board expenses Salaries for instruction Salaries for services Buildings and grounds Fuel... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1908)
  • 1905: ...O I S R E C O N C I L E M E N T O F R E C E I P T S AND D I S B U R S E M E N T S , S I X M O N T H S E N D I N G D E C E M B E R 30, 1905. RECEIPTS. Balance in hands of business manager, June 30,1905. Cash receipts for period Total to he accounted for. Remitted to H. A. Haugan, treasurer Balance in hands of chief clerk, Dec. 30,1905 . DISBURSEMENTS. 10,298 62 682,306 71 605 33 , 676,490 18 16,115... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1908)
  • 1905: ... by our present Business Manager and herewith submit, without recommendation, his plans for the necessary changes. We also arranged with an accountant to balance up the entire business on June 30th and report the same to your Commitee. Respectfully submitted, ALEXANDER MCLEAN, W. L. ABBOTT, L. H. KERRICK, Finance Committee. T h e Board then took a recess until 7:30 o'clock p . m. Evening Session, ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1908)
  • 1906: ...1 97 16,895 97 77 77,104 23 7,895 77 7,895 77 85,000 00 ,1905J PEOCEEDINGS OF T H E BOAED OF TRUSTEES. 93 Paper H is an estimate of the receipts and expenses for the twelve months ending June 30, 1906. Paver J is a list of the appropriation's the Board is requested to make at this time. Paver L is a report of the receipts for the three months ending March 31, 1905. P A P E R I A P P R O P R I A T ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1908)
  • 1906: ...holarships with a stipend of 200 each. Voted that this request be granted. 24. The resignation of Professor Charles F. Perry as Assistant Professor of Machine Construction to take effect June 30, 1906, is herewith submitted, with, a recommendation from the Dean of the College of Engineering and the Professor of Mechanical Engineering, that such resignation be accepted and that the President be aut... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1908)
  • 1906: ...62 960 00 3,216 97 56,072 74 3,927 26 3,927 26 - 60,000 00 ,1906 PKOCEEDINGS OF T H E BOAED OF TRUSTEES. 339 Paper H is an estimate of the receipts and expenses for the six months ending June 30, 1906. Paper I is a list of the appropriations the Board is requested to make at this time. Paper L i s a report of the receipts by the Chief Clerk for the three months ending Dec. 31, 1905. P A P E R I A ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1908)
  • 1906: ...airman. T h e Board adjourned. W . L. PlLLSBURY, Secretary. S. A. BULLARD, President. ,392 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS. June 27 Financial Statement of the University of Illinois months ending June 30, 1906. R E C E I P T S J U L Y 1,1905 TO J U N E 30,1906. for the twelve Balance July 1,1905 Interest on endowment fund and land contracts Fees from students Departments and laboratories United States Agri... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1908)
  • 1906: ...to 248, inclusive. Paper Q is a list of the College of Medicine vouchers presented for audit, being Nos. 1009 to 1353, inclusive. Paper I is a statement of the Edward Snyder Loan Fund to June 30, 1906. Respectfully submitted, S. W. SHATTTJCK, Comptroller. MATTERS PRESENTED BY THE PRESIDENT Continued, CHEMISTRY DEPARTMENT. 18. The professors in the Department of Chemistry have signed a request whic... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1910)
  • 1906: ...dation. AUDIT COMPANY'S REPORT. The Finance Committee presented the report of the Audit Company with reference to the business office and the treasurer's office for the six months ending June 30, 1906. T H E A U D I T COMPANY O F I L L I N O I S , CHICAGO, S E P T . 24, 1906. Alexander McLean, Esq., Chairman of Finance Committee, Board of Trustees, University of Illinois, TJrbana, 111.: D E A R S ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1910)
  • 1906: ... to the checking of the cash receipts should be followed, that would require much more time, if periods of six months each be followed in the future. We verified the cash book balance of June 30, 1906, bringing same up to date, counted the cash oh hand and found something in excess of the book balance, being represented, we believe, by receipts of fees, etc., which were overlooked and not credited... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1910)
  • 1906: ...deposits.. Cash over , 18,037 92 1,229 71 16,808 21 E X H I B I T D R E C O N C I L E M E N T O F B A L A N C E O F H . A. H A U G A N , TREASURER. Treasurer's books show balance on hand June 30, 1906. Geneial fund College of Medicine School of Pharmacy U. S. Agricultural Experiment Station Receipts July 1 to December 31, 1906 General fund College of Medicine School of Pharmacy U. S. Agricultural ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1910)
  • 1906: ..., 1908. Your committee calls special attention to the last clause of this letter and also to Exhibit H, "reconciliation of difference of 934.68 as appearing in the treasurer's account of June 30, 1906, and in subesequent reports." We recommend that said letter and this Exhibit H be spread at large upon the minutes of the board as disposing of a difference in the accounts of late Treasurer Keith no... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1912)
  • 1906: ...nding of the several different funds with schedules of outstanding warrants for each fund attached. Exhibit "i " Reconcilement of difference of 934.68 as appearing in treasurer's account June 30, 1906, and in subsequent reports; and the following schedules supporting Exhibit "G:" Schedule "i" Outstanding warrants, general fund, June 30, 1908. Schedule "2" Outstanding warrants, College of Medicine,... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1912)
  • 1906: ...DIFFERENCE APPEARING I N TREASURER'S REPORT, AS AT J U N E 30, As Reported. Revised List. 1906. Excess. Difference in reconciliation of H. A. Haugan's treasurer's balance as per report of June 30,1906 Differences in Statement of Outstanding Warrants as at that Date General fund . Add No. 5351 omitted at that time College of medicine Agricultural Experiment Station School of Pharmacy 934 68 50,058 ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1912)
  • 1906: ...nt should be credited to Mr. Keith This leaves a balance to be transferred to Mr. Haugan of The difference being the amount which was charged in error to Mr. Haugan's account at that time June 30,1906 . 528 20 605 15 . 198 72 05 198 67 198 67 406 48 934 68 934 68 Warrants reported as outstanding on June 30,1906, but which had been paid. ,1909 . PROCEEDINGS OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES. H9 Exhibit Gene... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1912)
  • 1906: ...s Act, approved March 16, 1906, provided for an increased annual appropriation for agricultural experiment stations. Under its provisions the University received 5000 for the year ending June 30, 1906, and for each of the next five years an increase of 2000 over the amount of the preceding year. Since 1911 the University has received under this Act 15,000 annually. In 1907 Congress provided for th... (Book - 16 Years (Edmund James))
  • 1907: ...prations March 31, 1906. Paper G is a statement of the College of Medicine appropriations March 31, 1906. Paper H is an estimate of the receipts and expenses for the twelve months ending June 30, 1907. Paper 7 is a list of the appropriations the Board is requested to make at this time. Paper L i s a report of the receipts by the Chief Clerk for the three months ending March 31, 1906. P A P E R A C... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1908)
  • 1907: ...ons September 30, 1906. Paper G is a statement of the College of Medicine appropriation September 30, 1906. Paper H is an estimate of the receipts and expenses for the nine months ending June 30, 1907. Paper I is a list of the appropriations the board is requested to make at this time. Paper L is a report of the receipts by the chief clerk for the three months ending September 30, 1906. PAPER A CU... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1910)
  • 1907: ...tions December 31, 1906. Paper Q is a statement of the College of Medicine appropriations December 31, 1906. Paper H is an estimate of the receipts and expenses for the six months ending June 30, 1907. Paper I is a list of the appropriations the board is requested to make at this time. Paper L is a report of the receipts by the chief clerk for the three months ending December 31, 1906. PAPER A CUR... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1910)
  • 1907: ...on of vMr. Madden, that the president of the board be authorized to execute such a bond. AUDIT COMPANY'S EEPORT. Mr. Lehman presented the Audit Company's report for the six months ending June 30, 1907: THU AUDIT COMPANY OF ILLINOIS. CHICAGO, AUGUST 13, 1907. Alexander McLean, Esq., Chairman of Finance Committee, Board of Trustees, University of Illinois, TJfbana, Illinois. DEAR SIR Agreeably with ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1910)
  • 1907: ...iversity of Illinois, TJfbana, Illinois. DEAR SIR Agreeably with your instructions, we have examined the books and accounts of the comptroller's office for the period January 1, 1907, to June 30, 1907, and submit the following statements as reflecting" their condition: Exhibit A Trial balance January 1, with cash, warrant and transfer entries to June 30, with trial balance at June 30, 1907. Exhibi... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1910)
  • 1907: ...30, 1907, and submit the following statements as reflecting" their condition: Exhibit A Trial balance January 1, with cash, warrant and transfer entries to June 30, with trial balance at June 30, 1907. Exhibit B Statement of cash receipts and disbursements, January 1, to June 30, 1907. Exhibit C Reconcilement of chief clerk's cash balance. Exhibit D Reconcilement of treasurer's cash balance. Exhib... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1910)
  • 1907: ... A Trial balance January 1, with cash, warrant and transfer entries to June 30, with trial balance at June 30, 1907. Exhibit B Statement of cash receipts and disbursements, January 1, to June 30, 1907. Exhibit C Reconcilement of chief clerk's cash balance. Exhibit D Reconcilement of treasurer's cash balance. Exhibit E Vouchers missing . Exhibit F Differences between records of registrar and chief ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1910)
  • 1907: Ex Balance June 30,1907. General fund College of Medicine fund , School of Pharmacy fund , Agricultural E x p e r i m e n t Station.., Warrants outstanding' unpaid, June 30, General fund College of Medicine School of Pharma... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1910)
  • 1907: ...period January 1, 1907, to June 30, 1907, and submit the following statements as reflecting" their condition: Exhibit A Trial balance January 1, with cash, warrant and transfer entries to June 30, with trial balance at June 30, 1907. Exhibit B Statement of cash receipts and disbursements, January 1, to June 30, 1907. Exhibit C Reconcilement of chief clerk's cash balance. Exhibit D Reconcilement of... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1910)
  • 1907: ...907. 20,188 50 20,171 22 17 28 ,1909 PROCEEDINGS OF THE BOAED OF TRUSTEES. 8.1 E X H I B I T D RECONCILEMENT OF BALANCE OF H. A. HAUGAN, TREASURER. TREASURER'S BOOKS SHOW BALANCE ON HAND JUNE 30, 1907. General fund College of Medicine School of Pharmacy U. S. Agricultural Experiment Station. RECEIPTS JUNE 1, TO DEC. 31, 1907. General fund College of Medicine School of Pharmacy U. S. Agricultural E... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1912)
  • 1908: ...his subject. WATER SURVEY BUDGET. 8. A statement from Edward Bartow, Director of the State Water Survey, concerning the estimate of expense for the State Water Survey for the year ending June 30, 1908. UBBANA, I I I . , September 26, 1907. Professor E. J. Townsend, Dean College of Science, University of Illinois: DEAR SIR I hereby submit a statement concerning the water survey for the coming year.... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1910)
  • 1908: ...alled Course 10c. Respectfully submitted, EDWARD BARTOW, Director, State Water Survey. Voted-on motion of Mrs. Alexander that the proposed budget for the Water Survey for the year ending June 30, 1908, be approved. FINANCIAL REPORTS BY STUDENTS' ORGANIZATIONS. 9. A recommendation from the Council of Administration that in the future all managers of student organizations shall be required to submit... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1910)
  • 1908: ...tions December 31, 1907. Paper G is a statement of the College of Medicine appropriations December 31, 1907. Paper H is an estimate of the receipts and expenses for the six months ending June 30, 1908. Paper I is a list of the appropriations the Board is requested to make at this time. Paper L i s a report of the receipts by the chief clerk for the three months ending December 31, 1907. PAPER A CU... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1910)
  • 1908: , to June 30, 1908. William S. Chapin, Clinical Assistant in Laboratory of Physiological Chemistry, salary of 1,000 for the twelve months beginning October 1, 1907, salary to be charged to the Nutrition Investigation f... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1910)
  • 1908: ...urned. W. L. PILLSBURY, W. L. ABBOTT, Secretary. President. ,1908 PROCEEDINGS OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 517 Financial Statement of the University of Illinois for the twelve months ending June 30, 1908. R E C E I P T S J U L Y 1,1907 T O J U N E 30,1908. Balance J u l y 1,1907 I n t e r e s t on e n d o w m e n t fund and land contracts JFees from students Departments and laboratories Miscellaneous... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1910)
  • 1908: ...n of Peoria, of whom one is to be named by the Board of Trustees of the University as member of the Advisory Board of the School of Pharmacy to succeed W. K. Forsythe, whose term expired June 30, 1908. The president stated that he would make a recommendation at a subsequent meeting. CONTRACTS FOR THE CHRISTMAS CONCERT AND MAY FESTIVAL. . 12. A communication from Charles H. Mills, Director of the S... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1912)
  • 1908: ... Board of Trustees, University of Illinois: SIR I have the honor to ha.nd you herewith the following financial statement and papers: Paper A is a statement ,of the current appropriations June 30, 1908. Paper B is- a statement of the State appropriations June 30, 1908. Paper G is a statement of the United States fund June 30, 1908. Paper E is a statement of the United States Agricultural Experiment... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1912)
  • 1908: ... ha.nd you herewith the following financial statement and papers: Paper A is a statement ,of the current appropriations June 30, 1908. Paper B is- a statement of the State appropriations June 30, 1908. Paper G is a statement of the United States fund June 30, 1908. Paper E is a statement of the United States Agricultural Experiment station appropriations June 30, 1908. Paper F is a statement of th... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1912)
  • 1908: ...: Paper A is a statement ,of the current appropriations June 30, 1908. Paper B is- a statement of the State appropriations June 30, 1908. Paper G is a statement of the United States fund June 30, 1908. Paper E is a statement of the United States Agricultural Experiment station appropriations June 30, 1908. Paper F is a statement of the School of Pharmacy appropriations June 30, 1908. Paper G is a ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1912)
  • 1908: ...e appropriations June 30, 1908. Paper G is a statement of the United States fund June 30, 1908. Paper E is a statement of the United States Agricultural Experiment station appropriations June 30, 1908. Paper F is a statement of the School of Pharmacy appropriations June 30, 1908. Paper G is a statement of the College of Medicine appropriations June 30, 1908. " Paper H is an estimate of the receipt... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1912)
  • 1908: ...d June 30, 1908. Paper E is a statement of the United States Agricultural Experiment station appropriations June 30, 1908. Paper F is a statement of the School of Pharmacy appropriations June 30, 1908. Paper G is a statement of the College of Medicine appropriations June 30, 1908. " Paper H is an estimate of the receipts and expenses for the twelve months ending June 30, 1909. Paper I is a list of... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1912)
  • 1908: ...ment station appropriations June 30, 1908. Paper F is a statement of the School of Pharmacy appropriations June 30, 1908. Paper G is a statement of the College of Medicine appropriations June 30, 1908. " Paper H is an estimate of the receipts and expenses for the twelve months ending June 30, 1909. Paper I is a list of the appropriations the board is requested to make at this time. Paper L is a re... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1912)
  • 1908: ...ing June 30, 1909. Paper I is a list of the appropriations the board is requested to make at this time. Paper L is a report of the receipts by the Chief Clerk for the three months ending June 30, 1908. Paper M is a list of the general University vouchers presented for audit, being Nos. 10076 to 14000, inclusive. Paper O is a list of the United States Agricultural Experiment Station vouchers presen... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1912)
  • 1908: ...e School of Pharmacy for the year 1907-8. The report was referred to the Finance Committee. TREASURER'S EEPORT. The secretary also presented the treasurer's report for the quarter ending June 30, 1908, as follows: ,1908 H. A. HAXJGAN, PROCEEDINGS OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES. TEEASUEEB, IN ACCOUNT J U N E 30, WITH 1908. T H E VNIVEBSITY 19 OF ILLINOIS, Dr. 1908 March 311 Balance per last statement Apr... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1912)
  • 1908: ...alance of Dec. 31, 1907: all cash credit entries, warrant charges and transfer and adjustment entries for the six months subsequent to that time and the final correct trial balance as at June 30, 1908. Exhibit "5" Is a detailed statement of cash receipts and expenditures showing balance of cash available, in hands of chief clerk and on deposit to the credit of the University in the State Bank of C... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1912)
  • 1908: ...lable, in hands of chief clerk and on deposit to the credit of the University in the State Bank of Chicago. Exhibit "0" Reconcilement of chief clerk's cash balance as shown on cash book, June 30, 1908. Exhibit "D" Reconcilement of treasurer's cash in bank with debit to his account as represented in the general ledger. Exhibit "E" Statement of students' fees and deposits for session of 19071908, un... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1912)
  • 1908: ... 934.68 as appearing in treasurer's account June 30, 1906, and in subsequent reports; and the following schedules supporting Exhibit "G:" Schedule "i" Outstanding warrants, general fund, June 30, 1908. Schedule "2" Outstanding warrants, College of Medicine, June 30, 19 08. Schedule "3" Outstanding warrants, School of Pharmacy, June 30, 1908. Schedule "4r Outstanding warrants, Agricultural Experime... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1912)
  • 1908: ...dule "i" Outstanding warrants, general fund, June 30, 1908. Schedule "2" Outstanding warrants, College of Medicine, June 30, 19 08. Schedule "3" Outstanding warrants, School of Pharmacy, June 30, 1908. Schedule "4r Outstanding warrants, Agricultural Experiment Station, June 30, 1908. In Exhibit "D" we have taken all adjusting entries into consideration, thus eliminating the difference of 934.68 ap... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1912)
  • 1908: ...g warrants, College of Medicine, June 30, 19 08. Schedule "3" Outstanding warrants, School of Pharmacy, June 30, 1908. Schedule "4r Outstanding warrants, Agricultural Experiment Station, June 30, 1908. In Exhibit "D" we have taken all adjusting entries into consideration, thus eliminating the difference of 934.68 appearing in f previous reports. The treasurer's balance should be reconciled with th... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1912)
  • 1908: ...1907-09 Concluded. Natural History Hall Heating plant Purchase of farm land. Total receipts 10,000 00 35,000 00 11,600 00 683,748 54 854,394 38 939,268 30 Total amount to be accounted for June 30,1908. Disbursements. Total. Grand total. DISBURSEMENTS WARRANTS ISSUED. General University , Current funds Stale funds U.S. funds State appropriations. College of MedicineSchool of Pharmacy U. S. Agricult... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1912)
  • 1908: ...sident recommended 1. That Mr. Sidney C. Yeomans, Esq., of Chicago, be appointed a member of the Advisory Board of the School of Pharmacy to succeed Mr. W. K. Forsyth, whose term expired June 30, 1908. This recommendation was adopted on motion of Mrs. Evans. 2. That the Board of Trustees recommend to the Trustees of the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching that William L. Pillsbury ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1912)
  • 1908: ...maries of warrants unpaid; as at Dec. 31, 1908: A General fund. B College of Medicine. C Agricultural College. D School of rharmacy. Schedule 14 Statement of collection of fees unpaid at June 30, 1908. RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS. We examined all vouchers for disbursements made during the period under review and found that all were properly accounted for, all properly receipted, all properly approv... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1912)
  • 1908: ...ed July 2, 1862. And the money granted by an Act of Congress approved March 4, 1907, entitled,. 'An Act making appropriations for the Department of Agriculture for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1908." SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, represented in the General Assembly: That the sum or sums of money which may have accrued or may hereafter before the. first day of ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1912)
  • 1908: ...d July 2, 1862; and the money granted by an Act of Congress, approved March 4, 1907, entitled, "An Act making appropriations for the. Department of Agriculture for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1908," are hereby appropriated to the University of Illinois, and whenever any portion of the said money shall be received by the State Treasurer it shall immediately be due and payable into the treasury ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1912)
  • 1908: ...ed'July 2, 1862; and the money granted by an Act of Congress, approved March 4, 1907, entitled, "An Act making appropriations for the Department of Agriculture for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1908," are hereby appropriated to the University of Illinois, and whenever any portion of the said money shall be received by the State Treasurer it shall immediately be due and payable to the treasury of... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1914)
  • 1908: ...ved July 2, 1862; and the money granted by an Act of Congress approved March 4, 1907, entitled, "An Act making appropriations for the Department of Agriculture for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1908," are hereby appropriated to the Trustees of the University of Illinois, and whenever any portion of the said money shall be received by the State Treasurer it shall immediately be due and payable in... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1908: ...ved July 2, 1862; and the money granted by an Act of Congress approved March 4, 1907, entitled, "An Act making appropriations for the Department of Agriculture for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1908," are hereby appropriated to the Trustees of the University of Illinois, and whenever any portion of the said money shall be received by the State Treasurer it shall immediately be due and payable in... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1908: ...of Congress, approved July 2, 1862," approved August 30, 1890, and an Act of Congress entitled, 'An Act making appropriations for the Department of Agriculture for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1908 approved March 4,1,907, during the two years beginning July 1, 1919, is hereby appropriated to the University of Illinois. Whenever any portion of said sum shall be received by the State Treasurer fr... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1908: ...t of Congress, approved July 2, 1862," approved August 30, 1890, and an Act of Congress entitled, "An Act making appropriations for the Department of Agriculture for thefiscalyear ending June 30, 1908," approved March 4, 1907, during the two years beginning July first, 1929, is hereby appropriated to the University of Illinois. Whenever any portion of said sum shall be received by the State Treasu... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1908: ...ed July 2, 1862," and the money granted by an Act of Congress, approved March 4, 1907, entitled "An Act making appropriations for the Department of Agriculture for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1908." Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, represented in the General Assembly: Section i . That the sum offiftythousand dollars 50,000 per annum, or so much thereof as shall accrue to t... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1908: ...t of Congress, approved July 2, 1862," approved August 30, 1890, and an Act of Congress entitled, "An Act making appropriations for the Department of Agriculture for thefiscalyear ending June 30, 1908," approved March 4, 1907, during the two years beginning Julyfirst,1931, is hereby appropriated to the University of Illinois. Whenever any portion of said sum shall be received by the State Treasure... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1908: ...of Congress, approved July 2, 1862," approved August 30, 1890, and an Act of Congress entitled, "An Act making appropriations for the Department of Agriculture for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1908," approved March 4, 1007, during the two years beginning July 1, 1933. Whenever any portion of said sum shall be received by the State Treasurer from the United States, it shall immediately be due an... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1934)
  • 1908: ...ed "An Act making appropriations for the Department of Agriculture for Originated in the Senate A. E. EDEN, Secretary of the Senate. ,266 BOARD OF TRUSTEES July 26 the fiscal year ending June 30, 1908," approved March 4, 1907, during the two years beginning July 1, 1935. Whenever any portion of said sum shall be received by the State Treasurer from the United States, it shall immediately be due an... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1908: ...Act of Congress, approved July 2, 1862," approved August 30, 1890, an Act of Congress entitled, "An Act making appropriations for the Department of Agriculture for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1908," approved March 4, 1907, and an Act of Congress entitled, "An Act to provide for research into basic laws and principles relating to agriculture and to provide for the further development of coopera... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1908: ...ed "An Act making appropriations for the Department of Agriculture for Originated in the Senate A. E. EDEN, Secretary of the Senate. ,266 BOARD OF TRUSTEES July 26 the fiscal year ending June 30, 1908," approved March 4, 1907, during the two years beginning July 1, 1935. Whenever any portion of said sum shall be received by the State Treasurer from the United States, it shall immediately be due an... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1908: ...Act of Congress, approved July 2, 1862," approved August 30, 1890, an Act of Congress entitled, "An Act making appropriations for the Department of Agriculture for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1908," approved March 4, 1007, and an Act of Congress entitled, "An Act to provide for research into basic laws and principles relating to agriculture and to provide for the further development of coopera... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1908: ... of Congress, approved July 2, 1862," approved August 30, 1890, and Act of Congress entitled, " A n Act making appropriations for the Department of Agriculture for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1908," approved March 4, 1907, and an Act of Congress entitled, "An Act t o provide for research into basic laws and principles relating to agriculture and to provide for the further development of cooper... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1944)
  • 1908: ...ct of Congress, approved July 2, 1862," approved August 30, 1890, and Act of Congress entitled, "An Act making appropriations for the Department of Agriculture for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1908," approved March 4, 1907, and an Act of Congress entitled, " A n Act to provide for research into basic laws and principles relating to agriculture and to provide for the further development of coope... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1944)
  • 1908: ...00 annually. In 1907 Congress provided for the more complete endowment and maintenance of the agricultural colleges by appropriating for their support the sum of 5000 for the year ending June 30, 1908, and for each succeeding year for four years a sum larger by 5000 than the amount of the preceding year. Thereafter 25,000 was to be paid annually under the provisions of this law known as the Nelson... (Book - 16 Years (Edmund James))
  • 1909: ...emester of the year 1908-9, at a' salary of 90 a month, from Sept. 1, 1908. John McBride Knote, Instructor in Ceramics, at a salary of 160 a month from the time of entering service until June 30, 1909. F. Grace C. Spencer, Scholarship in Chemistry, for the year 1908-9, stipend 250. Terence B. Cosgrove, Instructor in Law, for ten months beginning Sept. 1, 1908, at a salary of 170 a month. Elmer J. ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1912)
  • 1909: ...riations June 30, 1908. Paper G is a statement of the College of Medicine appropriations June 30, 1908. " Paper H is an estimate of the receipts and expenses for the twelve months ending June 30, 1909. Paper I is a list of the appropriations the board is requested to make at this time. Paper L is a report of the receipts by the Chief Clerk for the three months ending June 30, 1908. Paper M is a li... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1912)
  • 1909: ...1,-1908, at a salary of 500 a year. Joseph Gladden Hutton, assistant in Geology, in place of Mr. Knirk, resigned, at a salary of 75 a month, beginning Oct. 19, 1908, and continuing until June 30, 1909. Wilbur Clinton Maddox, research fellow in the Engineering Experiment Station, with a stipend of 500 for the academic year beginning Sept.. 1,. 1908. Clarence Eugene Noerenberg, research fellow in th... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1912)
  • 1909: 1, 1909, to June 30, 1909. J. L. Jones, student assistant in General Engineering Drawing in the University, half time, at a salary of 30.00 a month, service and salary to begin Feb. 1, 1909. Helen C. Magoon, typist in the Uni... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1912)
  • 1909: ...ere were turned over to me, as treasurer-elect of the University of Illinois, cash and securities as listed below, which were held by the State Bank of Chicago, at the close of business, June 30, 1909, for account of Helge A. Haugan, treasurer of the University of Illinois: Cash balance . Accrued interest on daily balances Sundry promissory notes of College of Physicians and Surgeons, Chicago, due... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1912)
  • 1909: ...ILLSBURY, W. L. ABBOTT, Secretary. President. 15 U ,226 U N I V E R S I T Y OF I L L I N O I S . "June 30 Financial Staterinent of the University of Illinois for the Twelve Months Ending June 30y 1909. RECEIPTS JULY 1, 1908 TO JUNE 30, 1909. Balance July 1,1908 Interest on endowment fund and land contracts. Fees from students Departments and laboratories Miscellaneous United States Agricultural Ex... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1912)
  • 1909: ...dent. 15 U ,226 U N I V E R S I T Y OF I L L I N O I S . "June 30 Financial Staterinent of the University of Illinois for the Twelve Months Ending June 30y 1909. RECEIPTS JULY 1, 1908 TO JUNE 30, 1909. Balance July 1,1908 Interest on endowment fund and land contracts. Fees from students Departments and laboratories Miscellaneous United States Agricultural Experiment Station.. State Agricultural Ex... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1912)
  • 1909: ...t Board of Trustees, University of Illinois: SIR I have the honor to hand you herewith the following financial statements and papers: Paper A is a statement of the current appropriations June 30, 1909. Paper B is a statement of the State appropriations June 30, 1909. Paper C is a statement of the United States fund June 30, 1909. Paper E is a statement of the United States Agricultural Experiment ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1912)
  • 1909: ...to hand you herewith the following financial statements and papers: Paper A is a statement of the current appropriations June 30, 1909. Paper B is a statement of the State appropriations June 30, 1909. Paper C is a statement of the United States fund June 30, 1909. Paper E is a statement of the United States Agricultural Experiment Station appropriations June 30, 1909. Paper F is a statement of th... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1912)
  • 1909: ...rs: Paper A is a statement of the current appropriations June 30, 1909. Paper B is a statement of the State appropriations June 30, 1909. Paper C is a statement of the United States fund June 30, 1909. Paper E is a statement of the United States Agricultural Experiment Station appropriations June 30, 1909. Paper F is a statement of the School of Pharmacy appropriations June 30, 1909. . ' " ' ' . .... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1912)
  • 1909: ...e appropriations June 30, 1909. Paper C is a statement of the United States fund June 30, 1909. Paper E is a statement of the United States Agricultural Experiment Station appropriations June 30, 1909. Paper F is a statement of the School of Pharmacy appropriations June 30, 1909. . ' " ' ' . . Paper G is a statement of the College of Medicine appropriations June 30, 1909. Paper H is an estimate of... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1912)
  • 1909: ...d June 30, 1909. Paper E is a statement of the United States Agricultural Experiment Station appropriations June 30, 1909. Paper F is a statement of the School of Pharmacy appropriations June 30, 1909. . ' " ' ' . . Paper G is a statement of the College of Medicine appropriations June 30, 1909. Paper H is an estimate of the receipts and expenses for the twelve months ending June 30, 1910. Paper I ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1912)
  • 1909: ...ppropriations June 30, 1909. Paper F is a statement of the School of Pharmacy appropriations June 30, 1909. . ' " ' ' . . Paper G is a statement of the College of Medicine appropriations June 30, 1909. Paper H is an estimate of the receipts and expenses for the twelve months ending June 30, 1910. Paper I is a list of the appropriations the hoard is requested to make at this time. Paper L is a repo... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1912)
  • 1909: ...ing June 30, 1910. Paper I is a list of the appropriations the hoard is requested to make at this time. Paper L is a report of the receipts by the chief clerk for the three months ending June 30, 1909. . Paper I is a list of the general University vouchers presented for audit, being Nos. 11076 to 15,000, inclusive. Paper O is a list of the United States Agricultural Experiment Station vouchers pre... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1912)
  • 1909: June 30,1909. Appropri- Expended. ated. Balance. 1907-1909. Operating Expenses Amount closed out Salaries for instruction Salaries for services. , Accredited schools Administrative offices Advertising, postage, e... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1912)
  • 1909: ...APER U N I V E R S I T Y OF I L L I N O I S . Dec. 14 L - -RECEIPTS AND REMITTANCES OF T H E C H I E F CLERK FOR T H E T H R E E M O N T H S E N D I N G SEPT. 30, 1909. : 6,532 49 Balance June 30,1909 University fees Academy fees v. Special fees .' Locker fees Summer Session fees.. : Diploma fees Agricultural College Buildings and grounds..,. Heat and light Incidentals Edward Snyder fund, principa... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1912)
  • 1909: ...ce Committee, University of Illinois: DEAR SIR In compliance with instructions, we have made an audit of the books on account of the University of Illinois for the period from April 1 ta June 30, 1909, this period being the last quarter of your fiscal year, and submit herewith our report thereon, together with the appended exhibits and schedules showing the receipts and disbursements in detail for... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1912)
  • 1909: ...and submit herewith our report thereon, together with the appended exhibits and schedules showing the receipts and disbursements in detail for the quarter and in total for the year ended June 30, 1909. RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS. .We examined all vouchers for disbursements made during the period under review and found that all were properly accounted for except those enumerated on Schedule 14 , al... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1912)
  • 1909: ...h e q u a r t e r , as represented by t h e cash book a n d warr a n t r e g i s t e r s , b e g i n n i n g w i t h t h e cash balance on h a n d J u n e 30, 1909: Balance with treasurer June 30,1909 Balance with chief clerk, June 30,1909 Total cash on hand as per books, June 30,1909. Cash receipts as per exhibit " A ' ' Less disbursements per exhibit " B " ' Balance as per books, Sept. 30,1909. ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1912)
  • 1909: ... h e cash book a n d warr a n t r e g i s t e r s , b e g i n n i n g w i t h t h e cash balance on h a n d J u n e 30, 1909: Balance with treasurer June 30,1909 Balance with chief clerk, June 30,1909 Total cash on hand as per books, June 30,1909. Cash receipts as per exhibit " A ' ' Less disbursements per exhibit " B " ' Balance as per books, Sept. 30,1909. 522,649 40 20,527 341 543,176 74 495,94... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1912)
  • 1909: ...ries, and found all correct. We proved the balances in the ledger and drew off a trial balance as at Sept. 30, 1909, as illustrated by Schedule 10. Of the missing vouchers reported as at June 30, 1909, all have been accounted for except number 14682 J. H. Nelson, 30.00 salary . In our report on the audit of the quarter ended Dec. 31, 1908, we reported uncollected fees for the first and second seme... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1912)
  • 1909: Balance June 30,1909 Interest on endowment fund and land contracts. Fees from students Departments and laboratories t Miscellaneous United States Agricultural Experiment Station . State Agricultural Experiment Station St... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1912)
  • 1909: 14502 June 30 W.C.Phillips 14503 ..do..... S. F. Sears 14504 ..do...., Jacob Zeitlin. 14505 ..do E. L. Bradsher 14506 ..do..... A. R. Warnock 14507 ..do A. G. Tietje 14508 ..do Bernice M. Bradford. 14509 ..do Mary E. '... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1912)
  • 1909: June 30 General University No. Date. 1909. 1 14730 June 30 Kabel C. Johnson 14731 ..do W. B. Gernert 14732 ..do Robt. Stewart 14733 ..do H. A. Mattill 14734 ..do John Kostalek 14735 ..do Elizabeth R. Bennett. 147... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1912)
  • 1909: 58 June 30 A. J. Stoneburner 14959 ..do W. Surbaugh 14960 ..do W. Taylor L. Utterback 14961 ..do 14962 ..do .. . Asa Williams 14963 ..do .. Harry Pritchard 14964 ..do . . . Ralph Pritchard. 14965 ..do Emma L. Custer... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1912)
  • 1909: do 436 June 30 L . H . S m i t h L. Hegnauer -.. ..do 437 O. D. Center 438 ..do ..do J. M. Barnhart. 439 R. E. Brand '.. 440 ..do W. L. Gaines 441 ..do C.E.Lee.... 442 ..do '443 ..do C. C. Hayden C. B. Coleman 444 ..do ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1912)
  • 1909: 462 June 30 International Harvester Co P. F. Pettibone Co 463 ..do 464 ..do..... E. H. Ladd Gray . Whitall Tatum Co 465 ..do ' 466;..do...l. American Sprayer 'Supply Co. Hildredth Mfg. Co 467 ..do 468 ..do..... Heine... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1912)
  • 1909: June 30 By amount paid out of general fund as per list of warrants herewith. 378,221 6G 30 J By amount paid out of College of Medicine fund, as per list of war1 rants herewith 27,627 55 30 By amount paid out of S... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1912)
  • 1910: ...in Feb. 1, 1909, and to continue until Aug. 31, 1909. Emerson C. Hull, research fellow in the Engineering Experiment Station, work and salary to begin Jan. 1, 1909, and to continue until June 30, 1910. Alice S. Johnson, catalog assistant in the University Library, at a salary of 60.00 a month, from Mar. 1, 1909, to Aug. 31, 1909. Roxana G. Johnson, reference assistant in the University Library, to... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1912)
  • 1910: ...riations March 31, 1909. Paper G is a statement of the College of Medicine appropriations March 31, 1909. Paper H is an estimate of the receipts and expenses for the twelve months ending June 30, 1910. Paper I is a list of the appropriations the hoard is requested to make at this time. Paper 1 is a report of the receipts by the chief clerk for the three months ending March 31, 1909. Paper I is a l... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1912)
  • 1910: ...e 30, 1909. . ' " ' ' . . Paper G is a statement of the College of Medicine appropriations June 30, 1909. Paper H is an estimate of the receipts and expenses for the twelve months ending June 30, 1910. Paper I is a list of the appropriations the hoard is requested to make at this time. Paper L is a report of the receipts by the chief clerk for the three months ending June 30, 1909. . Paper I is a ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1912)
  • 1910: ... as student assistant in the Department of Chemistry for five months at 10.00 a month, beginning Feb. 1, 1910. George B. Norris, in charge of swimming, at a salary of 50.00 a month until June 30, 1910, pay to begin with service. ,516 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS. March. 9 REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS. URBANA, I I I . , Feb. 25, 1910. To the Board of Trustees, University of Illinois: ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1912)
  • 1910: ...appropriations Dec. 31, 1909. Paver G is a statement of the College of Medicine appropriations Dec. 31, 1909 Paper H is an estimate of the receipts and expenses for the six months ending June 30, 1910. Paper I is a list of the appropriations the hoard is requested to make at this time. Paper L is a report of the receipts by the chief clerk for the three months ending Dec. 31, 1909. Paper M is a li... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1912)
  • 1910: ... the expenses of the Water Survey during the present year. Further, that the money collected by the Water Survey for the examination of the mineral content of water from July 1, 1909, to June 30, 1910, be appropriated to the purpose of the Water Survey. By the following vote the appropriations were made: Yeas, Messrs. Abbott, Blair, Crebs, Davison, Grout, H a t c h and Moore, and Mrs. Busey and Mr... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1912)
  • 1910: ...ty of Illinois: Your Executive Committee reports t h a t at a meeting held J u n e 14, 1910, at which all members were present, the comptrollers report was received. COMPTROLLER'S REPORT JUNE 30, 1910. W. L. Abbott, Esquire, President Board of Trustees, University of Illinois: SIR I have the honor to hand you herewith the following financial statements and papers: Paper A is a statement of the cur... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1912)
  • 1910: ...opriations Mar. 31, 1910. Paper G- is a statement of the College of Medicine appropriations Mar. 31, 1910. Paper H is an estimate of the receipts and expenses for the three months ending June 30, 1910. Paper J is a list of the appropriations the hoard is requested to make at this time. Paper L is a report of the receipts by the chief clerk for the three months ending Mar. 31,. 1910. Paper I is a l... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1912)
  • 1910: ...mendation that the balances of the sums appropriated to the Engineering College, the Engineering Experiment Station, and the Graduate School for the fiscal year, 1909-1910, unexpended on June 30, 1910, be reappropriated for the present fiscal year for the purposes of the respective departments. Voted that said recommendation be approved, 8. The following reports: 1. Budget for the Medical School f... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1912)
  • 1910: ...journed. W. L. ABBOTT, F, L. HATCH, W. L. PILLSBURY, Committee. Clerk. ,604 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS. June 30 Financial Statement of the University of Illinois for the Twelve Months Ending June 30, 1910. RECEIPTS JULY 1, 1909 TO JUNE 30, 1910. Balance June 30,1909 Interest on endowment fund and land contracts. Fees from students Departments and laboratories t Miscellaneous United States Agricultural... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1912)
  • 1910: .... PILLSBURY, Committee. Clerk. ,604 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS. June 30 Financial Statement of the University of Illinois for the Twelve Months Ending June 30, 1910. RECEIPTS JULY 1, 1909 TO JUNE 30, 1910. Balance June 30,1909 Interest on endowment fund and land contracts. Fees from students Departments and laboratories t Miscellaneous United States Agricultural Experiment Station . State Agricultural... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1912)
  • 1910: June 30 Financial Statement of the University of Illinois for the Twelve Months Ending June 30, 1910. RECEIPTS JULY 1, 1909 TO JUNE 30, 1910. Balance June 30,1909 Interest on endowment fund and land contracts. Fe... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1912)
  • 1910: 16767 June 30 Geo. Sanders 167681 . d o . . . . Z.D.Sanders 16769 . d o . . . . A. Bevis 16770 . d o . . . . S. J.Curlee s 16771 . . d o . . . . G. A. Hosmer Co B. Hutchins 167721 . . d o . . . . 16773 . . d o . . . . ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1912)
  • 1910: ...oks Arthur H. Clark Co 16914 do. do Thos. J. Taylor 16915 . . d o . Lumber Chicago House Wrecking Co 16916 .do. Machine Burroughs' Adding Machine Co 16917 .do. Funk Brothers Seed Co 16843 June 30 Wiltz-Hensley 16844 ..do H. F.Chester 16845 . . d o . . . . . Creamery Packing Mfg. Co 16846 . . do Frison Carriage Shop 16847 . .do Eugene Dietzgen Co 16848 . .do Aver Co " 16849 ..do . F. S. Burch Co 16... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1912)
  • 1910: 208 June 30 E. N. Gathercoal .do F. M. Goodman 209 ..do .do C. S. N. Hallberg 210 ..do H. A. Langenhan .do. 211 ..do 1 1 C. M. Snow .do. 212 ..do A.H.Clark... .do. 213 ..do .do. 214 ..do..... R. Meseck .do (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1912)
  • 1910: ...t Board of Trustees, University of Illinois: SIR I have the honor to hand you herewith the following financial statements and papers: Paper A is a statement of the current appropriations June 30, 1910. Paper B is a statement of the State appropriations June 30, 1910. Paper G is a statement of the United States fund June 30, 1910. Papef E is a statement of the United States Agricultural Experiment ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1914)
  • 1910: ...to hand you herewith the following financial statements and papers: Paper A is a statement of the current appropriations June 30, 1910. Paper B is a statement of the State appropriations June 30, 1910. Paper G is a statement of the United States fund June 30, 1910. Papef E is a statement of the United States Agricultural Experiment Station appropriations June 30, 1910. Paper F is a statement of th... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1914)
  • 1910: ...rs: Paper A is a statement of the current appropriations June 30, 1910. Paper B is a statement of the State appropriations June 30, 1910. Paper G is a statement of the United States fund June 30, 1910. Papef E is a statement of the United States Agricultural Experiment Station appropriations June 30, 1910. Paper F is a statement of the School of Pharmacy, appropriations June 30, 1910. . Paper G is... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1914)
  • 1910: ...e appropriations June 30, 1910. Paper G is a statement of the United States fund June 30, 1910. Papef E is a statement of the United States Agricultural Experiment Station appropriations June 30, 1910. Paper F is a statement of the School of Pharmacy, appropriations June 30, 1910. . Paper G is a statement of the College of Medicine appropriations June 30, 1910. Paper H is an estimate of the receip... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1914)
  • 1910: ... June 30, 1910. Papef E is a statement of the United States Agricultural Experiment Station appropriations June 30, 1910. Paper F is a statement of the School of Pharmacy, appropriations June 30, 1910. . Paper G is a statement of the College of Medicine appropriations June 30, 1910. Paper H is an estimate of the receipts and expenses for the twelve monthsending June 30, 1911. Paper I is a list of ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1914)
  • 1910: ...t Station appropriations June 30, 1910. Paper F is a statement of the School of Pharmacy, appropriations June 30, 1910. . Paper G is a statement of the College of Medicine appropriations June 30, 1910. Paper H is an estimate of the receipts and expenses for the twelve monthsending June 30, 1911. Paper I is a list of the appropriations the board is requested to make at this time. Paper L is a repor... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1914)
  • 1910: ...ing June 30, 1911. Paper I is a list of the appropriations the board is requested to make at this time. Paper L is a report of the receipts by the chief clerk for the three months ending June 30, 1910. Paper M is a list of the general University vouchers presented for audit, being Nos. 12451 to 16950, inclusive. Paper O is a list of the United States Agricultural Experiment Station vouchers presen... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1914)
  • 1910: 17 June 30, 1910. Hatch Fund Salaries Labor Publications Postage and stationery. Freight and express Heat, light and water .... Chemical supplies Seeds, plants and sundries Fertilizers Feeding stuffs Library Tools, i... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1914)
  • 1910: ...air, Crebs, Grout, Hatch, and Moore and Mrs. Bahrenburg and Mrs. E v a n s ; noes, n o n e ; absent, Governor Deneen and Mr. Meeker and Mrs. Busey. ' ilJDIT EEPOET FOR THE QUARTER ENDING JUNE 30, 1910. - Mr. Grout presented the report of the audit of the University's accounts made by the Audit Company, of Illinois, for the quarter ending J u n e 30, 1910 , and the report was received. CHICAGO, Sep... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1914)
  • 1910: ...inance Committee, University of Illinois: DEAR SIR We have made our regular quarterly audit of the books and records of account of the University of Illinois for the fourth quarter ended June 30, 1910 of the fiscal year, and submit herewith our report thereon, together with the appended exhibits and schedules, showing receipts and disbursements in detail. "We reconciled the chief clerk's cash acco... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1914)
  • 1910: ...e treasurer's records. We also obtained a certificate from the State Bank of Chicago certifying to the balance of cash on deposit to the credit of the treasurer at the close of business, June 30, 1910, the balance being 529,901.01. The following is a reconcilement of the treasurer's account with the books of the University on June 30, 1910: Treasurer's balance, per University books Add unpaid warr... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1914)
  • 1910: ...it of the treasurer at the close of business, June 30, 1910, the balance being 529,901.01. The following is a reconcilement of the treasurer's account with the books of the University on June 30, 1910: Treasurer's balance, per University books Add unpaid warrants, Schedule " 9 " Total Add error in listing warrant No. 13872, entered as 3.55 instead of 2.55 Add error in paying warrant No. 15265, pai... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1914)
  • 1910: ...5 745 96 194 80 . 529;901 01 ....'. Yours very truly, THE AUDIT COMPANY OF ILLINOIS, C. W. KNISELEY, C. P. A. TREASURER'S EEPORT. President. The Treasurer's report for the quarter ending June 30, 1910, is as follows: ,32 H. A. U N I V E R S I T Y OF I L L I N O I S . HOUGAN, TBEASUBEE, I N ACCOUNT W I T H T H E UNIVEESITY J U N E 30, 1910. Sept. 20 OF ILLINOIS 1910. March April Dr. Balance per las... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1914)
  • 1910: ... following, we present, in total, the general cash transactions for the first quarter as represented by the cash book and warrant registers, beginning with the general cash balance as at June 30, 1910: Treasurer's balance Chief Clerk's balance Total Cash receipts, Exhibit " A " Total , Disbursements, Exhibit " B " Balance September 30, 1910 Made up of Treasurer's balance Chief Clerk's balance Bala... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1914)
  • 1910: Balance June 30,1910 .".... Interest on endowment fund and land contracts Fees from students Miscellaneous. United States Agriculture Experiment Station State Agricultural Experiment Station State Agricultural College an... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1914)
  • 1910: June 30 By amount paid out of general fund as per list of warrants herewith 354,401 24 30 By amount paid out of College of Medicine fund, as per list of war28,352 33 rants herewith 30 By amount paid out of School... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1914)
  • 1910: June 30 Balance per last statement 529,901 01 July 1 Received from State Bank of Chicago, six months' interest to July 1,1910, on 4,000 bonds of the College of Physicians and Surgeons, for credit of College of Me... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1914)
  • 1911: ...priations June 30, 1910. . Paper G is a statement of the College of Medicine appropriations June 30, 1910. Paper H is an estimate of the receipts and expenses for the twelve monthsending June 30, 1911. Paper I is a list of the appropriations the board is requested to make at this time. Paper L is a report of the receipts by the chief clerk for the three months ending June 30, 1910. Paper M is a li... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1914)
  • 1911: ... voted t h a t t h i s . appropriation be made. 3. A further request from the director of the State Water Survey that the fees received for making analyses of water from July 1, 1910, to June 30, 1911, be appropriated to the use of the Water Survey, to pay for such extra labor as may be needed for clerical work, and for service, supplies, printing, etc. I t was voted that this appropriation be mad... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1914)
  • 1911: ...opriations Sept. 30, 1910. Paper G is a statement of the College of Medicine appropriations Sept. 30, 1910. Paper H is an estimate of the receipts and expenses for the nine months ending June 30, 1911. ,1910 PROCEEDINGS OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 55 Paper L is a report of the receipts by the chief clerk for the three months ending Sept 30, 1910. Paper M is a list of the general University vouchers ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1914)
  • 1911: , until June 30, 1911, vice Orla Lewis, resigned (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1914)
  • 1911: ...ing Feb. 1, 1911, and ending June 15, 1911. Feb. 27, 1911. Keetch, Gertrude, stenographer and clerk in the office of the vice president, at a salary of fifty dollars 50.00 a month, until June 30, 1911, work and salary to begin on her reporting" for duty, vice Marjorie Holder man, resigned. Jan. 24, 1911. Lyman, Edna, special lecturer on library work for children in the Library School, for the mont... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1914)
  • 1911: ... ending June 15, 1911. Feb. 27, 1911. Williamson, Lauren, assistant storekeeper in the Chemical Laboratory, at a salary of thirty-two dollars 32.00 a month, beginning Feb. 1, 1911, until June 30, 1911, vice Allie Wilskey, resigned. Feb. 4, 1911. MESSAGE OE S Y M P A T H Y TO D E A N DAVENPORT.- I t was voted to instruct the secretary to send to Dean Davenport, who was ill, an expression of the sin... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1914)
  • 1911: ...ppropriations Dee. 31, 1910. Paper G is a statement of the College of Medicine appropriations Dec. 31, 1910. Paper H is an estimate of the receipts and expenses for the six months ending June 30, 1911. ,1911 PROCEEDINGS OE THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 97 Paper L is a report of the receipts by the chief clerk for the three months ending Dec. 31, 1910. Paper I is a list of the general University vouchers ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1914)
  • 1911: ...e the president of the University to give notice to all persons now in the employ of the University in regard to whose efficiency there is a doubt that their terms of employment will end June 30, 1911; and to authorize the president to make temporary appointments of the same persons or others to avoid the interruption of necessary University business. The committee adjourned. W. L. ABBOTT, A. P. G... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1914)
  • 1911: ...ommittee. Clerk. ,168 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS. June 22 FINANCIAL STATEMENT OF T H E UNIVERSITY . OF ILLINOIS M O N T H S ENDING J U N E 30, 1911. FOR T H E TWELVE RECEIPTS JULY 1, 1910 TO JUNE 30, 1911. Balance June 30,1910 .".... Interest on endowment fund and land contracts Fees from students Miscellaneous. United States Agriculture Experiment Station State Agricultural Experiment Station State A... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1914)
  • 1911: June 30, 1911. Davis, Raymond E., instructor in Civil Engineering, for ten months beginning Sept. 1, 1911, at a salary of eighty dollars 80.00 a month, vice Van Zandt (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1914)
  • 1911: ... for twelve months beginning Sept. 1, 1911, at a salary of one hundred dollars 100.00 a month. Sept. 9, 1911. Keech, Gertrude, stenographer in the office of the vice president, beginning June 30, 1911, at a salary of fifty dollars 50.00 a month. June 30, 1911. Kemper, Malcolm, research assistant in Zoology, for ten months beginning Sept. 1, 1911, at a salary of sixty dollars 60.00 a month, vice G.... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1914)
  • 1911: June 30, 1911. Kemper, Malcolm, research assistant in Zoology, for ten months beginning Sept. 1, 1911, at a salary of sixty dollars 60.00 a month, vice G. R. LaRue (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1914)
  • 1911: ...secretary presented also the report of the treasurer, Mr. H . A. Haugair, for the quarter ending J u n e 30, 1 9 1 1 : H. A. HAUGAN, TREASURER, IN ACCOUNT WITH THE UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS JUNE 30, 1911. 7 . 1911. Mar. 31 Balance per last statement I 763,243 47 Apr. 31 Received from D. A. K. Steele, actuary, for credit of College of Medicine fund .. j 2,669 30 Received from D. A. K. Steele, actuary,... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1914)
  • 1911: ...inance Committee, University of Illinois: DEAR SIR We have made our regular quarterly audit of the books and records of account of the University of Illinois for the fourth quarter ended June 30, 1911 of the fiscal year, and submit herewith our report thereon, together with the appended exhibits and schedules, showing receipts and disbursements in detail. We reconciled the chief clerk's cash accou... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1914)
  • 1911: ...9 Warrant No. 14858 listed 416.16 should be 416.66 392,980 47 27 00 09 50 27 59 392,952 88 The following is a reconcilement of the treasurer's account with the books of the University on June 30, 1911: Treasurer's balance per University books Add unpaid warrants schedule "9" Made up of General fund College of Medicine fund U . S . Agricultural Experiment fund School of Pharmacy fund. Balance as ab... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1914)
  • 1911: ...nt Board of Trustees, University of Illinois: SIR I have the honor to hand you herewith the following financial statements and papers: Paper A is a statement of the current appropriation June 30, 1911. Paper B is a statement of the State appropriations June 30, 1911. Paper G is a statement of the United States fund June 30, 1911. Paper E is a statement of the United States Agricultural Experiment ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1914)
  • 1911: ... to hand you herewith the following financial statements and papers: Paper A is a statement of the current appropriation June 30, 1911. Paper B is a statement of the State appropriations June 30, 1911. Paper G is a statement of the United States fund June 30, 1911. Paper E is a statement of the United States Agricultural Experiment Station appropriations June 30, 1911. ,480 U N I V E E S I T Y OF ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1914)
  • 1911: ...ers: Paper A is a statement of the current appropriation June 30, 1911. Paper B is a statement of the State appropriations June 30, 1911. Paper G is a statement of the United States fund June 30, 1911. Paper E is a statement of the United States Agricultural Experiment Station appropriations June 30, 1911. ,480 U N I V E E S I T Y OF I L L I N O I S . Sept. 12 Paper F is a s t a t e m e n t of the... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1914)
  • 1911: ...e appropriations June 30, 1911. Paper G is a statement of the United States fund June 30, 1911. Paper E is a statement of the United States Agricultural Experiment Station appropriations June 30, 1911. ,480 U N I V E E S I T Y OF I L L I N O I S . Sept. 12 Paper F is a s t a t e m e n t of the School of P h a r m a c y a p p r o p r i a t i o n s J u n e 30, 1911. Paper G is a s t a t e m e n t of... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1914)
  • 1911: June 30,1911. Academy, laboratory Academy, salaries Academy, sundries . . . . . . . Accountancy Agricultural College Alumni Quarterly Applied mechanics laboratory . Architectural department Art and design Astrono... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1914)
  • 1911: .... Morrill fund Nelson fund Appropriated. 25,000 00 20,000 00 45,000 00 Expended. 25,000 00 20,000 00 45,000 00 Balance. . ., " PAPER E U N I T E D STATES AGRICULTURAL E X P E R I M E N T June 30, 1911. Adams Fund Chemical supplies Feeding stuffs Freight and express Furniture and fixtures Labor Live stock Postage and stationery Salaries Scientific apparatus Seeds, plants and sundries Traveling expe... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1914)
  • 1911: ...aboratories Laboratory refunds... Telephones Library Incidentals Advertising Furniture and fixtures Special assessment Rent 41 27 1 77 166 65 195 95 177 40 7 70 1,838 12 PAPER Gr COLLEGE June 30, 1911. Medical Department Advertising Apparatus and materials. Dispensary Fuel and light Furniture and fixtures... Incidentals Laboratories Laundry Library. Maternity hospital wards Museum . Rent Salaries ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1914)
  • 1911: ...University Committee on Accountancy of Mr. W. E. Seatree, of Chicago, for the vacant position on the Board of Examiners in Accountancy, in place of Mr. W. A. Chase, whose term expired on June 30, 1911; with the recommendation that Mr. Seatree be appointed as nominated for a term of three years from July 1, 1911, This recommendation was approved. TEMPERATURE REGULATION IN NATURAL HISTORY BUILDING. ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1914)
  • 1911: ...ck specimens Medicine, College of Mines investigation Mining building , Mining engineering 1909-11.. Mining engineering 1911-13 Operating Expenses 1909-11 Closed out total amount expended June 30 1911 .. Salaries for instruction Salaries' for services 1 Total operating expense , Operating Expenses 1911-13 Board expense . Buildings and grounds balance forward Comptroller's office . Education, Schoo... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1914)
  • 1911: ... Illinois: Your Committee on Finance submits herewith the reports of the Audit Company of Illinois of its examination of the books and accounts of the University covering the period from June 30, 1911, to Jan. 1, 1912, and recommend that said reports be placed on file. A. P. GROUT, O. W. HOIT, Finance E E P O R T S OF A U D I T COMPANY. Committee. I n accordance with the foregoing recommendation, ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1914)
  • 1911: ...following, we present, in total, the general cash transactions for the first quarter, as represented by the cash book and warrant registers, beginning with the general cash balance as at June 30, 1911. Treasurer's balance Chief clerk's balance Cash receipts Exhibit " A " Disbursements Exhibit " B " Balance September 30,1911 Made up of Treasurer's balance. Chief clerk's balance Balance as above I 3... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1914)
  • 1911: ...rrant No. 14858 listed as 416.16 should be 416.66 . 453,965 21 0 09 50 0 59 453,964 62 These errors should have been corrected on the treasurer's books at the close of the quarter ending June 30, 1911. ,564 UNIVERSITY or ILLINOIS. March 19 The following is a reconcilement of the treasurer's account with the books of the University on Sept. 30, 1911." Treasurer's balance per university books Add Un... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1914)
  • 1911: Balance June 30,1911 T Interest on endowment fund and land contracts Fees from students Miscellaneous United States Agricultural Experiment Station State Agricultural Experiment Station State Agricultural College and Exp... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1914)
  • 1911: ...st, 577 Ware, Julia E., appointment, 24 Warner Construction Co., bid on new buildings, 528 Warnock, Arthur R., appointment, 440, 443 Warrants, Agricultural Experiment Station year ending June 30, 1911, 402 year ending June 30 1912, 865 Warrants, general University year ending June 30, 1911, 169 year ending June 30, 1912, 603 Warrants, Medicine, College of year ending June 30, 1911, 414 year ending... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1914)
  • 1911: ...opticon Co . . . . . . Lens , 16523 ..do .. Manning, Maxwell Moore .... Bracket 16524 ..do Illinois Society Engineers Surveyors.. Advertisement. 16525 ..do Julien P. Friez Apparatus 16526 June 30 John B. Hutchings Salary, June, 1911 16527 ..do Edmund J. James . .do 16523 ..do . . . . F. M. M a n n . . . ..do " 16529 ..do .. N. C. Ricker ..do 16530 ..do J.M.White ..do . 16531 ..do N. A. Wells ..do.... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1914)
  • 1911: 16839 June 30 E . J . B r o w n ..do C . E . Burke 16891 ..do OpalBurres 16892 ..do D.O.Clark ..do D. W. Cornelius . ..do G. W. Dowrie ..do Hugh Glasgow ..do L. R. Littleton 16897 ..do D. A. Maclnnes 168981 . . d o . .... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1914)
  • 1911: Books 17497 June 30 Library Bureau Solder 17498 ..do The A. E. Price Co 17499 ..do Illinois Traction System Services. 17500 ..do A. C. Eychshymer Expenses 17501 ..do..... E. P. Lyon do 17502 ..do..... Chicago Tuberculosis In... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1914)
  • 1911: do 554 June 30 A. D. Emmett 5551 ..do W.C. Coffey H . S . Grindley 556 ..do ..do H. L. Rietz 557 C. G. HopMns 558 ..do A. N. Hume 559 ..do A. Lumbrick 560 ..do Kate Mclntyre 561 ..do Gertrude Keech 562 ..do J. T. Barret... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1914)
  • 1911: ...ceived from W. B. Day, actuary, for credit of School of Phar5 00 macy fund ". Received from O. E. Staples, chief clerk, for credit of general fund. 10,000 00 Or. 1911. May June 828,294 47 June 30 By amount paid out of general fund as per list of warrants'here 394,354 72 with By amount paid out of College of Medicine fund, as per list of war25,811 96 rants herewith By amount paid out of School of P... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1914)
  • 1911: ...e citizens of the State of Illinois; but not more than one copy of each printed report shall be given to any one person. Each party to this agreement shall submit, as of December 31st and June 30th, to the other parties to this agreement, a statement of all expenditures made during the preceeding six months in carrying out the cooperative investigations. To provide the necessary funds to carry on ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1914)
  • 1912: ...as sold in 1908 for 16,000.00." ,,TWENTY-SIXTH REPORT Seven Annual, Nineteen Biennial OF T H E Board of Trustees OF T H E University of Illinois URBANA, ILLINOIS For the Two Years Ending June 30, 1912. SPRINGFIELD, I I I . ILLINOIS STATE JOURNAL CO., STATE PRINTERS 1912 ,,URBANA, July 1, 1912. Honorable Charles 8. Deneen, Governor of Illinois: SIR. I have the honor to submit to you herewith, in co... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1914)
  • 1912: ... of Illinois: SIR. I have the honor to submit to you herewith, in compliance with the law, the twenty-sixth report of the Trustees of the University of Illinois, for the two years ending June 30, 1912. I am, very respectfully, your obedient servant, CHARLES M. MCCONN, Secretary, ,,BOARD OF TRUSTEES. Ex OFFICIO. CHARLES S. DENEEN, Governor of Illinois, Springfield. GEORGE A. ANTHONY, President of t... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1914)
  • 1912: ...tion taken by the Executive Committee at its meeting on July 8th and recorded on page. 434 of the minutes of the board meeting, this modification to consist in making the lease terminate June 30, 1912, instead of Aug. 31, 1913, and to retain the wording of the original lease which is referred to in the secQnd and third paragraphs of the report of the Executive Committee meeting of July 8th, which ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1914)
  • 1912: 1, 1911, to June 30, 1912, inclusive, This lease makes no reference to the balance remaining in the Medical College fund for the years 1910. and 1911, and in reference to this balance I wish to say that it will be used for th... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1914)
  • 1912: 1, 1911,'to June 30, 1912, at a salary of twenty dollars 20.00 per month, vice Mary Buchele, resigned (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1914)
  • 1912: ...Water Survey, for nine months beginning Dec. 1,1911, at a salary of one hundred dollars 100.00 per month. Dec. 4, 1911. ' Wallace, Lee, instructor in Architecture, from Nov. 10, 1911, to June 30, 1912, at a salary of one hunder dollars 100.00 per month. Nov. 23, 1911. Zucker, T. F., graduate assistant in Chemistry, for seven months beginning Dec. 1, 1911, at a salary of thirty dollars 30.00 per mo... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1914)
  • 1912: 1, 1911, to June 30, 1912, at a salary of 142.85 per month. This recommendation was approved. OF ,538 UNIVERSITY OF I L L I N O I S . Dec. 12 APPOINTMENT OP A SPECIAL INSTRUCTOR IN LAW. 4 A recommendation that Mr. Roger F. Li... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1914)
  • 1912: ...he month of February, 1912, at a salary of fifteen dollars 15.00 for the month. Feb. 5, 1 912. Brown, M. P., research assistant to the dean of the Graduate School, from Feb. 20, 1912, to June 30, 1912, at a salary of fifty dollars 50.00 a month, vice A. J. Hill, resigned. Feb. 17, 1912. Burgener, Claude E. resigned as fellow in Psychology , assistant in Psychology, for five months, beginning Feb. ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1914)
  • 1912: ...75.00 a month, beginning on his reporting for service, and continuing until Aug. 31, 1912. Feb. 20,v1912. Jester, Marie, stenographer in the State Water Survey, from March 1, 1912, until June 30, 1912, at a salary of forty dollars 40.00 a month. Jan. 26, 1912. Kircher, Paul, assistant instructor in Military Science, for four months, beginning Feb. 1, 1912, at a salary of twenty-five dollars 25.00 ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1914)
  • 1912: ...ginning March 16, 1912, at a salary of fifteen dollars 15.00 for the month March 18, 1912 . McMullen, Jennie B., stenographer in the office of the Water Survey, from March 8, 1912, until June 30, 1912, at a salary of thirty-five dollars 35.00 a month March 27, 1912 . Peel, Thomas, laboratory helper in the Department of Chemistry, from March 7, 1912, until June 30, 1912, at a salary of fifty dollar... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1914)
  • 1912: ... 8, 1912, until June 30, 1912, at a salary of thirty-five dollars 35.00 a month March 27, 1912 . Peel, Thomas, laboratory helper in the Department of Chemistry, from March 7, 1912, until June 30, 1912, at a salary of fifty dollars 50.00 a month. ,1912 PROCEEDINGS OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 575 Waller, Florence M., t e m p o r a r y catalogue a s s i s t a n t in t h e Library, on onefourth time, fo... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1914)
  • 1912: ...EREAS, The College of Physicians and Surgeons has declined to renew the lease to the University of Illinois for the use of its present property in the city of Chicago said lease expiring June 30, 1912 ; and ,1912 PROCEEDINGS OF THE BOARD OE TRUSTEES.. 579 WHEREAS, There does not seem to be any available plant in the city of Chicago which may be used forv a medical school at any price which the Uni... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1914)
  • 1912: ...he University would be willing or able to pay; therefore be it Resolved, That the medical and dental work now conducted by the University of Illinois in the city of Chicago, be closed on June 30, 1912. The vote was as follows: Ayes, Mr. Abbott, Mr. Anthony, Mrs. Bahrenburg, Mr. Grout, Mr. Hatch, Mr. Hoit, M r . Moore; noes, n o n e ; absent, Mr. Blair, Mrs. Bnsey, Mr. Deneen, Mrs. Evans, Mr. Meeke... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1914)
  • 1912: ... health. The Cpllege of Physicians and Surgeons, however, has decided not to renew to the University the lease for the use of its present plant in the c.ity of Chicago when it expires on June 30, 1912, Owing to the fact that there is no other adequate plant in the city of Chicago which can be obtained, for the use of a medical school at a reasonable rental, the Board of Trustees of the University ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1914)
  • 1912: ... N I V E R S I T Y OF I L L I N O I S . July 1 F I N A N C I A L STATEMENT OF T H E UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FOR. T H E TWELVE M O N T H S ENDING J U N E 30, 1912. RECEIPTS JULY 1, 1911 TO JUNE 30, 1912. Balance June 30,1911 T Interest on endowment fund and land contracts Fees from students Miscellaneous United States Agricultural Experiment Station State Agricultural Experiment Station State Agricu... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1914)
  • 1912: ...erguson, T. A. purchase of land, 159, 458 Ferris, Emory N., appointment, 472 Finance, Committee on appointed, 107 report, .562 Financial statement year ending June 30,1911,168 year ending June 30,1912, 602 Findlay,.E. K., appointment, 10, 503 Fines, Library, appropriated, 42 Fire escapes, 530, 534 Fire in dental building, 545 Fire inspector, payment of, 104, 475 Fire protection, appropriation, 191... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1914)
  • 1912: ...ary College Alumni, 71 summary of situation, 491, 494 summer session, salaries appropriated for, 464 valuation of plant, 469 warrants, year ending June, 30,1911, 414 warrants, year ending June 30,1912, 875 work in Chicago discontinued, 578 Meek, Seth E., appointment, 498 Meivin, Frank E., appointment, 444 Men's Gymnasium lightning rods, 534 reconstruction of, 463 Merritt, E . G . , honorary degree... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1914)
  • 1912: ...ng June 30, 1912, 603 Warrants, Medicine, College of year ending June 30, 1911, 414 year ending June 30, 1912, 875 Warrants, Pharmacy, School of year ending June 30,1911, 411 year ending June 30, 1912, 871 Wascher, F. M. W., appointment, 448 Washington, Margaret, appointment, 576 Water analysis, fees from, appropriated to water survey, 521 Water main extensions, appropriation for, 113 Water mains ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1914)
  • 1912: 217 June 30 A. H. Clark 213 .-do. E . N . Gathercoal 219 ..do . F. M. Goodman 220 . -do H. A. Langehan 221 ..do 222 ..do W. B. Day 223 . .do Mary Scanlon 224 . .do...-. .Rudolph Meseck 225 ..do J H . S. McCracken B. ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1914)
  • 1912: ...icians and Surgeons. This recommendation was approved. REAPPROPRIATION OF BALANCES. 15. A recommendation that the balances to the credit of the different departments of the University on June 30, 1912, be reappropriated for the academic year 1912-18 to the purposes of the respective departments, subject to the approval of the President of the University. This recommendation was approved. COMMISSIO... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1912: ...oard of Missions of the Interior of the Congregational Church, which money has been returned to the donors thereof, upon their request, since the University closed its Medical School, on June 30, 1912. It was voted, further, to authorize the President of the University to dispose of the property purchased for the College of Medicine during the year from September 1, 1910, to August 31, 1911, which... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1912: ... Fehrenkamp, Winifred,. Lecturer on Departmental Library Problems in the Library School and Architectural Librarian, at a salary of seventy dollars 70 a month,' for the ten months ending June 30, 1912, service and salary to begin as soon as she reports for service, vice Margaret Niver. September 6, 19i2. The date in parenthesis-after, each item is the date when the appointment was officially made ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1912: ...2 50 00 00 00 00 50 00 00 1,125 00 5,271 00 204 00 1,125 00 5,067 00 COMPTROLLER'S REPORT. The secretary presented the report of Prof. S. W. Shattuck, Comptroller, for the quarter ending June 30, 1912, which was received for record. A u g u s t 31, 1912. W. L. Abbott, Esquire, President Board of Trustees, University of Illinois. S I R : I h a v e t h e h o n o r t o h a n d y o u h e r e w i t h t... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1912: ...rsity, having no money with which to purchase or construct its own plant and no money with which to lease a plant, was compelled to close the Medical and Dental schools. This was done on June 30, 1912, and the College of Physicians and Surgeons opened a Medical School on the 1st day of July following, admitting to the school the students who were enrolled at that time in the University School of M... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1912: ...G OF T H E COLLEGE OF D E N T I S T R Y . OF 11 A request from the Alumni Association of the College of Dentistry that the University reopen its College of Dentistry, which was closed on June 30, 1912. This communication was received to be printed in the minutes: To the President and Board of Trustees, University of Illinois. GENTLEMEN : The closing of the Dental Department of the University of Il... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1912: ...on declined to renew the lease, and as there was no opportunity to secure a similar plant elsewhere in Chicago the University was compelled to close its Medical School, which it did upon June 30, 1912. The graduates of the University Medical School and other friends of medical education throughout the State were greatly disturbed by this outcome of the experiment in medical education which the Uni... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1912: ...10,000 00 26. Received from W. B. Day, Actuary, for credit of School of Pharmacy fund 35 00 29. Received from O. E. Staples, Chief Clerk, for credit of general fund 15,000 00 1,243,433 91 June 30. By amount paid out of general fund as per list of warrants herewith . 459,093 By amount paid out of College of Medicine fund, as per list of warrants h e r e w i t h . . . . . . 31,498 By amount paid out... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1912: June 30. Balance per last statement 736,344 05 July 1. Received from State Bank of Chicago six months' interest to July 1, 1912, on 4,000, bond of College of Physicians and Surgeons, for credit of College of Medi... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1912: ...ized by the University as a department of the College of Medicine.6 In 1905 the School of Dentistry became a separate college. The Colleges of Medicine and Dentistry were discontinued on June 30, 1912, but were reopened in 1913 in February and October respectively. In 1897 the School of Library Economy which had been established in 1893 at the Armour Institute of Technology in Chicago was transfer... (Book - 16 Years (Edmund James))
  • 1912: ...e improvement and reorganization in the past few years. Because of failure to receive appropriations for the operation of its medical department, the University was compelled to close it June 30, 1912. The College of Physicians and Surgeons again opened a school on the same site. This caused such consternation among medical alumni and friends of medical education in Illinois that they proceeded to... (Book - Early History of University (1916))
  • 1912: ...The Trustees voted to close their medical and dental work conducted in the city of Chicago in the plant owned by the College of Physicians and Surgeons, on the expiration of the lease on June 30, 1912. April 12 Professor Wilhelm Paskowski of the University of Berlin delivered a series of lectures at the University on The German Theater and Drama. April 30 Following a petition of the Pan-Hellenic C... (Book - Early History of University (1916))
  • 1912: ...ment and pay Mio expenses, with the approval of the legislature, out of the general funds appropriated t. the University. The University of Illinois discontinued its medical department on June 30,1912, I MH use it could no longer lease the property of the college of Physicians and Surgeons, find the continuance of medical teaching under the name of the College of Physicians mid Surgeons of Chicago... (Book - History of University of Illinois at Chicago (1921))
  • 1913: ...24, 1912. Cowley, Frederick K., Instructor in Architecture, at a salary of one hundred twenty dollars 120 a month, beginning October 1, 1912, and continuing until further notice or until June 30, 1913. October 11, 1912. Darrah, Juanita E., Student Assistant in Chemistry, for nine months beginning October 1, 1912, at a salary of ten.dollars 10 a month, vice A. J. Becker, resigned. October 15, 1912.... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1913: ...er 17, 1912. Garwood, Frances G., Stenographer in the Department of English, at a salary of ten dollars 10 a week, beginning October 1, 1912, and continuing until further notice or until June 30, 1913. October 25, 1912. Goodman, F. M., Professor of Materia Medica and Botany in the School of Pharmacy, for the academic year 1912-13, at a salary of twelve hundred dollars 1,200 for the year. October 1... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1913: ...uary 1, 1913. October 21, 1912. Honovski, B. R., Assistant in Chemistry, at a salary of sixty dollars 60 a month, beginning October 14, 1912, and continuing until further notice or until June 30, 1913. October 15, 1912. Horrell, C. R., Assistant in Military Science, for the academic year 1912-13, with a salary of one hundred dollars 100 for the year, to be paid in five monthly instalments beginnin... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1913: ...eginning November 1, 1912. November 5, 1912. Taylor, S. C, Student Assistant in Chemistry, at a salary of twenty-five dollars 25 a month, beginning November 1, 1912, and continuing until June 30, 1913; this appointment superseding a previous appointment in the same capacity at a salary of 10 a month. November 1, 1912. Thompson, H. C, Assistant in Military Science, for the academic year 1912-13, wi... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1913: ...BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 141 Wright, Albert B., Research Assistant to the Dean of the Graduate School, at a salary of fifty dollars 50 a month, beginning- October 1, 1912, and continuing until June 30, 1913. November 6, 1912. The committee adjourned. W. L. ABBOTT, Chairman. C. M. McCora, Clerk. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETING OF NOVEMBER 30, 1912. On call of President Abbott, a meeting of the Executive Comm... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1913: ...the budget passed on July 5, 1912: Burton, Samuel C , Instructor in Architecture, at a salary of one hundred twenty dollars 120 a month, beginning November 12, 1912, and continuing until June 30, 1913. December 2, 1912. Carson, H. Y., Assistant in Architectural Engineering, on half time, and Assistant in the Office of the Supervising Architect, on half time, beginning December 1, 1912, and continu... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1913: ... Architectural Engineering, on half time, and Assistant in the Office of the Supervising Architect, on half time, beginning December 1, 1912, and continuing until further notice or until June 30, 1913, at a total salary for the two positions of one hundred twenty-five dollars 125 a month. November 27, 1912. Ebersol, E. T., Graduate Assistant in Chemistry, beginning December 7, 1912, and continuing... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1913: ...for the two positions of one hundred twenty-five dollars 125 a month. November 27, 1912. Ebersol, E. T., Graduate Assistant in Chemistry, beginning December 7, 1912, and continuing until June 30, 1913, at a salary of thirty dollars- 30 a month. December 9, 1912. Frazier, Mollie, Stenographer in the Department' of Zoology, on two-thirds time, a t a salary of thirty-three and 33-100 dollars C 33.33 ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1913: ... the Department' of Zoology, on two-thirds time, a t a salary of thirty-three and 33-100 dollars C 33.33 a month, beginning November 1, 1912, and continuing until further notice or until June 30, 1913. November 30, 1912. Manley, Verna A , Temporary Stenographer in the Office of Professor E. W. Washburn, for one month beginning December 4, 1912, to be paid at the rate of 30 cents an hour, the total... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1913: ...ing, due July, 1932, bearing 6 per cent interest 60,000 00 Total 245,000 00 The Board or Directors of the College of Physicians and Surgeons adopted, for the present academic year ending June 30, 1913, a .budget with an estimated income of .'. 78 000 00 Estimated expense of operating Medical School 59,100 00 Leaving a surplus of 18,900 00 From this surplus the interests on obligations, etc., had t... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1913: ...the University of Illinois. 4. That the President of the University be authorized to retain the present faculty and employees as appointed by the College of Physicians and Surgeons until June 30, 1913.. 5. That the President of the University be further authorized to admit the students now in the Medical School of the College of Physicians and Surgeons to the corresponding classes in the Medical S... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1913: ...sity of Illinois, all to be done as soon as may be convenient and practicable. 6. That the President of the University be authorized to conduct the Medical School of the University until June 30, 1913, on the basis of the budget adopted by the Board of Directors of the College of Physicians and Surgeons for the present academic year as indicated above. On motion of Mr. Hatch, it was voted to adopt... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1913: ... 2, 1913. Clahton, Edna M., Stenographer in the Office of the Water Survey, at a salary of fifty dollars 50 a month, beginning March 3, 1913, and continuing until further notice or until June 30, 1913. April 2, 1913. The date in parenthesis is the date on which the appointment was made by the President of the niversity. ,206 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS. April 4, Mathers, Jennie A., Stenographer in the ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1913: ...unds, for consideration and report. The board adjourned. W. L. ABBOTT, C. M. MCCONN, Secretary. President. 18 U ,CASH STATEMENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FOR THE TWELVE MONTHS ENDING JUNE 30, 1913. RECEIPTS. Balance July 1, 1912 Interest on endowment fund and on land c o n t r a c t s . . . . Other United States grants State appropriations . For buildings For operating expenses For other speci... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1913: Yeomans on June 30, 1913 : George C. Lescher, Galesburg. Harry W. Schuh, Cairo. B. S. Cooban, Chicago. Joseph Hottinger, Chicago. H. C. Hulze, Chicago. On motion of Mrs. Busey, it was voted that Mr. George C. Lescher, of Gal... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1913: ... PROCEEDINGS OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES. TREASURER'S REPORT. 605 Mr. Moore, as Chairman of the Finance Committee, presented the report of Mr. M. W. Busey, Treasurer, for the quarter ending June 30, 1913, which was received for record: M. W. BUSEY, TREASURER, IN ACCOUNT WITH THE UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS, J U N E 30, 1913. DR. 1913. 7. Received from H. A. Haugan, ex-Treasurer 818,198 57 25. Received fro... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1913: ...l o m a s m a d e T o t a l special fees T o t a l fees T H E COMPTROLLER'S REPORT. The secretary presented also the report of Prof. George E. Frazer, Comptroller, for the quarter ending June 30, 1913. This report was received for record: U R B A N A, I I I . , J u l y 14, 1913. W. L. Abbott, Esq., President, Board of Trustees, University of Illinois. D E A R S I R : I a m s u b m i t t i n g h e ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1913: ...ident. REPORT OF A U D I T COMPANY. The secretary presented the report of the United States Audit Company of their audit of the books and accounts of the University for the quarter ended June 30, 1913. This report was received to be filed, certain parts to be printed in the minutes: August 18, 1913. Allen F. Moore, Chairman Finance Committee, University of Illinois, Monticello, III. DEAR S I R : F... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1913: ... I R : Following your instructions, we have made our regular quarterly audit of the books and accounts of the University of Illinois for the fourth quarter of the fiscal year as ended on June 30, 1913. On the several statements, as enumerated on the index prefixed hereto, we present full details of the cash receipts and disbursements. We reconciled the bursar's cash account on the morning of July ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1913: ...heck of the fees received cannot be made from the study list in the registrar's office. The following is a reconcilation of the treasurer's account with the books of the University as at June 30, 1913 : Treasurer's balance per University books 277,996 02 Add Unpaid warrants Schedule "5" 147,567 09 425,563 11 Made up as folloios Schedule "6" General fund 409,550 14 College of Medicine fund 8,553 59... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1913: ...d in the Agricultural Experiment Station, ,762 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS. June 9T amounting to 8,308.57, which lapsed under the rule of the board concerning the appropriation of balances on June 30, 1913, be reappropriated to the respective departments in the conduct of whose business the amounts were received. On motion of Mr. Hoit, the lapsed balances in the College of Agriculture, amounting to one... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1913: June 30 C. V. Ritter ..do W. W. Walls Co . . d o . . .,. Ernst Hertzberg Sons. Shaw-Walker Co ..do Walker Mulliken ..do. . . d o . ,.. W. M. Welch Co A. F. Gustafson ..do Woldenberg Schaar ..do G. C. Willis ..do ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1913: 373 June 30 Dryer Burt Oats 374 . . d o . . . . . John Reichard Straw Chas. Grein 375 ..do Flanigan-Pearson Co . . . . . . . Binder and index. 376 ..do Illinois State Reformatory '...'. Printing 377 ..do Paper J. W. ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1913: ... , 80 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS. September 28, AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATION WARRANTS Concluded, No. Date. 1913. To whom. For what. Photo supplies Sundry bills paid. Amount. 5 35 35 62 413 June 30 D . H . Llqyde 414 .do... O. E. Staples, Bursar. SCHOOL OF PHARMApY WARRANTS. 1912. Printing 1July 24 Illinois State Reformatory Advertising The Bulletin of Pharmacy 2 ..do Halftones Pontiac Engraving Co ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1913: 269 June 30 A.H.Clark 270 . . d o . H. W. Colson. 271 . . d o . W.B.Day B. L. Eicher 272 . . d o . E. N. Gathercoal 273 . . d o . F . M. Goodman.. 274 . . d o . CM. S n o w . . . . . . . 275 . . d o . ..do. Ru dolph ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1913: ...ne Works 286 ..do H. W.Cole 287 ..do Thayer L y n n . . . 288 ..do Henry Newgard Co 289 . . d o . . . . Fuller Fuller Co 290 ..do McMaster-Carr Supply Go 291 ..do Morrison, Plummer Co 292 June 30 H. S. Smith 293 ..do Elia George 294 ..do Simon David 295 . . d o . . . . William Deckert 296 . . d o . . . Mable L. Arneson 297 ..do 298 ..do 299 300 ..do H. W. Cole. 301 . . d o . . . . 302 ..do Paul Da... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1913: ...rbour 312 ..do R. R. Rupert 313 . . d o . . . , 314 ..do C. O'Byrne . 315 June 26 316 . . d o . . . . Louis E. Larsen 317 ..do Frank B. Earle 318 June 27 The Chicago Real Estate Board 319 June 30 Commonwealth Edison Co 320 ..do Demonstrator's Assn. of Illinois 321 ..do Kasen's Express jVan Co 322 ..do Alvord Burdick The Western Union Telegraph Co 323 ..do 324 ..do Central Scientific Co 325 . . d o... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1913: ... the Board of Trustees, which was received for record. Ball, T. R., Assistant in Chemistry, for the second semester of the academic year 1913-14, beginning February 1 and continuing until June 30, at a salary of sixty dollars 60 a month, this appointment superseding his appointment as graduate assistant, vice T. E. Layng, resigned. February 5, 1914. Braley, S. A., Graduate Assistant in Chemistry, ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1913: ...ce T. E. Layng, resigned. February 5, 1914. Braley, S. A., Graduate Assistant in Chemistry, for the second semester of the academic year 1913-14, beginning February 1 and continuing until June 30, at a salary of thirty dollars 30 a month, this appointment superseding his former appointment as student assistant, vice T. R. Ball. February 5, 1914. Hieronymus, R. E., Community Advisor on the staff of... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1913: ...inuing until June 30, 1914. February 20, 1914. Sims, C. E., Student Assistant in Chemistry, for the second semester of the academic year 1913-14, beginning February 1 and continuing until June 30, at a salary of ten dollars 10 a month, vice S. A. Braley. February 5, 1914. Skinner, G. S., Graduate Assistant in Chemistry, for five months beginning February 1, 1914, at a salary of thirty dollars 30 a... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1913: ...ool of the University of Illinois. The trustees have authorized me to accept the employes of the College of Physicians and Surgeons as University employes in the medical department until June 30, 1913. They have also authorized me to continue the appointment of all members of the faculty of the College of Physicians and Surgeons as members of the University faculty until the same date, June 30, 19... (Dedication - Chicago Medical Center Reopening)
  • 1913: ...They have also authorized me to continue the appointment of all members of the faculty of the College of Physicians and Surgeons as members of the University faculty until the same date, June 30, 1913. Due notice will be sent to each person so appointed. I am also authorized to conduct the medical school upon the basis of the budget authorized by the College of Physicians and Surgeons for the pres... (Dedication - Chicago Medical Center Reopening)
  • 1914: ...TWENTY-SEVENTH REPORT Seven Annual, Twenty Biennial OF T H E Board of Trustees OP THE University of Illinois URBANA, ILLINOIS For the Two Years Ending June 30, 1914 ,ILLINOIS STATE JOURNAL CO., STATE PRINTERS, SPRINGFIELD, ILL. 19 14. ,LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL. URBANA, July 1, 191k. Honorable Edward F. Dunne, Governor of Illinois. SIR : I have the honor to submit t... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1914: ... Illinois. SIR : I have the honor to submit to you herewith, in compliance with the law, the twenty-seventh report of the Trustees of the University of Illinois, for the two years ending June 30, 1914. I am, very respectfully, your obedient servant, HARRISON E. CUNNINGHAM, Secretary. ,,THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES. MEMBERS E X OFFICIO. T H E GOVERNOR OF ILLINOIS, H O N . EDWARD F . D U N N E Springfield ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1914: ... ..do 324 ..do Central Scientific Co 325 . . d o . . . . . Perkins Machine Co 326 ..do .. do .V .' ,PROCEEDINGS OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1914. Meeting of July 2, 1913. A special meeting of the Board of Trustees of the University of Illinois was held in the Trustees' Room, at the University, in Urbana, on Wednesday, July 2, 1913, beginning ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1914: ... September 1, 1913, and continuing until further notice. October 10, 1913. Dixon, Raymond E., Assistant in English, beginning as soon as he shall report for service, and continuing until June 30, 1914, at a salary of one hundred ten dollars 110 a month. October 13, 1913. Durfey, Franc, Stenographer in the Business Office, at a salary of fifty dollars 50 a month, beginning December 1, 1913, and con... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1914: ...n was accepted, and Mr. Cunningham was elected secretary. BUDGET, 1913-1914. President James presented the budget of the University for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 1913, and ending June 30, 1914, with the following prefatory statement: It has been impossible to make up a final budget for the year 1913-14 until it should be quite clear what the outcome was to be of the demand made by the Stat... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1914: ...s: Anders, P., Assistant in Glassblowing in the, Department of Chemistry, at a salary of one hundred dollars 100 a month, beginning when he shall report for service, and continuing until June 30, 1914. December 27, 1913. Exton, Edna M., Temporary Clerk in the Loan Department of the Library, at a salary of thirty-five dollars 35 a month, beginning January 1, 1914, and continuing until further notic... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1914: ...uary 1, 1914, and continuing until further notice, vice J. H. Kelley, resigned. January 2, 1914. Pillsbury, Warren H., Instructor in Law, beginning January 15, 1914, and continuing until June 30, 1914, at a salary of eleven hundred dollars 1,100 for the period specified; this appointment superseding his previous appointment beginning February 1, 1914, at one thousand 1,000 . January 16, 1914. Rand... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1914: ...month for the five months beginning February 1, 1914. January 14, 1914. Storey, Russell M., Assistant in Political Science, on half time, beginning February 1, 1914, and continuing until June 30, 1914, at a salary of five hundred dollars 500 for the time specified. January 17, 1914. Velzy, C. R., Assistant in Military Science, for the academic year 1913-14, at a salary of one hundred dollars 100 f... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1914: ... 1, 1914, at a salary of ten dollars 10 a month. March 9, 1914. Math, Earle R., Assistant in Architectural Construction, for five months, beginning February 1, 1914, and continuing until June 30, 1914, at a salary of one hundred forty dollars 140 a month. January 24, 1914. Moore, Charles R., Instructor in Electrical Engineering, at a salary of one hundred thirty dollars 130 a month, beginning as s... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1914: ...24, 1914. Moore, Charles R., Instructor in Electrical Engineering, at a salary of one hundred thirty dollars 130 a month, beginning as soon as he reports for service and continuing until June 30, 1914, vice F. C. Loring. January 23, 1914. Morgan, W. L., Instructor in the Illinois Miners' and Mechanics' Institutes, for one year, beginning February 16, 1914, at a salary of one hundred fifty dollars ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1914: ...ollars 140 a month, for five months, beginning February 1, 1914, February 3, 1914. Samuels, T. W., Assistant in Economics, on part time, beginning February 19, 1914, and continuing until June 30, 1914, at a total remuneration for the period of two hundred dollars 200 . February 24, 1914. Sheftel, Yetta, Research Assistant in the Illinois Survey, at a salary of one hundred dollars 100 a month, begi... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1914: ...0 . February 24, 1914. Sheftel, Yetta, Research Assistant in the Illinois Survey, at a salary of one hundred dollars 100 a month, beginning when she reports for duty and continuing until June 30, 1914. February 20, 1914. Sims, C. E., Student Assistant in Chemistry, for the second semester of the academic year 1913-14, beginning February 1 and continuing until June 30, at a salary of ten dollars 10... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1914: ...1914. Waddell, Mary L., Scientific Assistant and Cataloger in the Museum of Natural History, at a salary of seventy - dollars 70 a month, beginning February 1, 1914, and continuing until June 30, 1914. February 5, 1914. The date in parenthesis is the date on which the appointment was made by the President of the University. ,1914 THE PEOOEEDINGS OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES. REGISTRAR'S REPORT OF FEES... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1914: ...e appropriated for the importation of materials for the Department of Zoology, the amount involved to be charged to the departmental appropriation for 1914-15, bills to be rendered after June 30, 1914. The committee voted to make the appropriation requested. CONTRACT W I T H MR. G. A. GARRISON. 10 A recommendation that the comptroller be authorized to make a contract with Mr. G. A. Garrison, for t... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1914: ...urther notice, at a salary of fifty dollars 50 a month. March 16, 1914. fBurton, Lawrence V., Assistant in Bacteriology, for five months, beginning February 1, 1914, and continuing until June 30, 1914, at a salary of ninety dollars 90 a month; this appointment superseding his former appointment at a salary of - sixty dollars 60 a month. April 1, 1914. fCarson, Harry Y., Scientific Assistant on the... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1914: ...months, at a salary of one hundred twenty-five dollars 125 a month. March 25, 1914. fDexter, Lydia A., Bibliographer in the Illinois Survey, beginning April 1, 1914, and continuing until June 30, 1914, at a salary of seventy dollars 70 a month. April 11, 1914. fPox, R. E., Laboratory Assistant in Electrotherapy in the Laboratory of Dr, Fantus in the College of Medicine, to give four hours' service... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1914: ...., Laboratory Assistant in Electrotherapy in the Laboratory of Dr, Fantus in the College of Medicine, to give four hours' service a week, beginning February 1, 1914, and continuing until June 30, 1914, at a total compensation of thirty-three and one-third dollars 33.33 for the period named. April 6, 1914. Gardner, John J., Instructor in Agriculture in the Summer Session of 1914, at a salary of one... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1914: ...ith an annual stipend of five hundred dollars 500 . March 17, 1914. fGrant, Dudley H., Assistant in Chemistry in the College of Medicine, beginning when he reports for service and ending June 30, 1914, at a salary of seventy-five dollars 75 a month. March 25, 1914. fGraves, Charles E., Exchange Assistant in the University Library and Lecturer on Exchanges in the Library School, beginning April 1, ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1914: ...., Laboratory Assistant in Mechanotherapy in the Laboratory of Dr. Fantus in the College of Medicine, to give four hours' service a week, beginning February 1, 1914, and continuing until June 30, 1914, at a total compensation of thirty-three and one-third dollars 33.33 for the period named. April 6, 1914. Hall-Quest, Alfred L., Assistant in Education in the Summer Session of 1914, at a salary of o... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1914: ... E., Laboratory Assistant in Hydrotherapy in the Laboratory of Dr. Fantus in the College of Medicine; to give four hours' service a week, beginning February 1, 1914, and continuing until June 30, 1914, at a total compensation of thirty-three and one-third dollars 33.33 for the period named. April 6, 1914. Smith, Harvey E., Instructor in the Miners' and Mechanics' Institutes, beginning when he repo... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1914: ... t h i s change. Since the meeting of the Board the Secretary has received the following report for the President Of the Board concerning the opening of the street thru the Pharmacy l o t June 30,1914. Mr. H. E. Cunningham, Secretary, University of Illinois, Urbana, III. DEAR SIR: Agreeable to instructions given by the Board on April 22.1, in company with Professor Day, of the School of Pharmacy, ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1914: ...t h e ' comptroller that a supplementary appropriation of 72,000 be made to cover expenses of the physical plant certified by the -office of the Supervising Architect for the year ending June 30, 1914, and that a n y balance in this supplementary appropriation be allowed to lapse on June 30, 1914. On motion of Mr. Trevett, the sum of seventy-two thousand dollars 72,000 , or so much thereof as may ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1914: ... physical plant certified by the -office of the Supervising Architect for the year ending June 30, 1914, and that a n y balance in this supplementary appropriation be allowed to lapse on June 30, 1914. On motion of Mr. Trevett, the sum of seventy-two thousand dollars 72,000 , or so much thereof as may be required, was appropriated to cover expenses of the physical plant certified by the office of ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1914: ...ademic year 1914-15 with a stipendium of one thousand dollars 1,000 for the year. June 1, ,1914. Straw, W. A., Student Assistant in Chemistry, beginning May 1, 1914, and continuing until June 30, 1914, at a salary of thirty dollars 30 a month; this appointment superseding his former appointment at the rate of twenty dollars a month. April 30, 1914. Taylor, E. H., Graduate Assistant in Chemistry, b... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1914: ...ment superseding his former appointment at the rate of twenty dollars a month. April 30, 1914. Taylor, E. H., Graduate Assistant in Chemistry, beginning May 1, 1914, and continuing until June 30, 1914, at a salary of forty dollars 40 a month; this appointment superseding his former appointment at the rate of thirty dollars a month. April 30, 1914. Tracy, Grover, Assistant in Physiological Chemistr... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1914: ...tment at the rate of thirty dollars a month. April 30, 1914. Tracy, Grover, Assistant in Physiological Chemistry in the College of Medicine beginning April 15, 1914, and continuing until June 30, 1914, at a salary of seventyfive dollars 75 a month. April 23, 1914. Turley, Robert E., Scholar in Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, for the academic year 1914-15, beginning September 1, 1914, and contin... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1914: ...adjourned. W. L. ABBOTT, President. H. E. CUNNINGHAM, Secretary. ,1914 PKOCEEDINGS OF THE BOAED OE TRUSTEES. 787 CASH STATEMENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FOR THE TWELVE MONTHS ENDING JUNE 30, 1914. RECEIPTS. Balance July 1, 1913 . Interest on endowment fund and on land contracts Other United States grants State Appropriations Buildings, land and equipment Operation, maintenance and equipment W... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1914: ...7 ..do O. E. Staples, Bursal 11618 ..do O. E. Staples, B u r s a r . . . 11619 ..do O. E. Staples, Bursar 11620 . . d o . O. E. Staples, Bursar 11621 . . d o . O. E. Staples, Bursar 11622 June 30 A. C. McClurg Co 11623 . . d o . . . C , C , C. St. L. Ry. Co 11624 . . d o . . . American Assn. of Law Libraries 116251. . d o . . . Arthur H. Clark Co 116261. . d o . . . E. A. Kircher 11627 . . d o . .... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1914: June 30, No. Date. To whom. For what. Amount. 1914. 11676 June 30 William Brothers General supplies 11677 ..do Eisner Grocery Co do Blanke Mfg. Supply Co 11678 do 1167C ..do American Mono-Service Co do Baker-Vawt... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1914: 11676 June 30 William Brothers General supplies 11677 ..do Eisner Grocery Co do Blanke Mfg. Supply Co 11678 do 1167C ..do American Mono-Service Co do Baker-Vawter Co 1168C ..do Furniture and fixtures 11681 ..do...... C... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1914: 11754 June 30 Felix L. Dames 11755 ..do Oswald Weigel Antiq 11756 ..do Bernhard Liebisch 11757 ..do J. Terquem 11758 ..do Adolf Weigel 11759 ..do Dultz Co 11760 ..do A. M. Teizerira 11761 ..do Anacreonte Chiurazzi 1176... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1914: June 30, No. Date. To whom. For what. Drawing boards Laboratory supplies Farm machinery Storage of hay Hand tester. Carrying case Separator oil and point Coal Building repairs General supplies Building repairs ..... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1914: 11831 June 30 Eugene Dietzgen Co 11832 ..do Central Electric Co 11833 ..do Miller Harness CQ 11834 .do Paisley Shively 118351..do A. H. Barber Creamery Supply Co. 11836 ..do Burroughs Adding Machine Co 11837 . . d o ' ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1914: 11909 June 30 D. H. Lloyde 11910 ..do S. E. Huff Co 11911 ..do Barnhart Bros 11912 ..do U. C. Ry. Gas Electric C o . . . 11913 ..do Twin City Ice Cold Storage Co. 11914 ..do The Burr Co 11915 ..do...,. Tice Lynch 11916... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1914: ... . 396 June 29 George Strode Eimer Amend 397 ..do Barbee Wire and Iron Works 398 ..do O. E. Staples, Bursar 399 ..do O. E. Staples, Bursar 400 ..do 401 ..do..... O. E. Staples, Bursar 402 June 30 O. E. Staples, Bursar 403 ..do..... Burrough Adding Machine Co W. Lewis Co 404 ..do Chas. Webber, P. M., Urbana, 111. 405 ..do Supervising Architect, U. of I 406 ..do University of Illinois 407 ..do Chas.... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1914: ...is o be appointed as a member of the Advisory Board of the School of Pharmacy to fill the vacancy caused by the expiration of the term of Mr. E. H. Ladish, of Chicago, whose term expires June 30, 1914, viz: George F. Shreve, Jacksonville. J. C. Wheatcroft, Grayville. B. A. C. Hoelzer, Chicago. As the southern portion of the State is not represented on the Advisory Board at the present time, and as... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1914: ... t h e f o r m a l a n n u a l r e p o r t . Very truly yours, GEORGE F . FRAZER,, Comptroller. S C H E D U L E 1. SUMMARY OF RECEIPTS, STATE FUNDS, AND DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1914. Disbursements Schedule 3. Balances. Items. Totals. Receipts Balance July 1,1913. Schedule2. Total. University T r e a s u r e r United States Experiment Station F u n d . . . Medical F u n d Petty c... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1914: ...e University Hall Water investigation Water survey Woman's Building addition Total SCHEDULE 32. 195,655 09 195,737 04 DISBURSEMENTS ON ACCOUNT OF LAND AND BUILDINGS FOR T H E YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1914. Land and land .improvements Land Campus lighting Pavements and walks Locomotive Laboratory Reservoir Buildings Armory Chemical Laboratory addition Gymnasium Items. 361,436 4,697 So 3,342 04 50 nJ 91... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1914: ... W. F. M. Goss, Dean of the College of Engineering of the University of Illinois, was granted leave of absence, without salary, by the Board of Trustees from the 1st of July, 1913, until June 30, 1914, to take up some work with the committee of the Chicago Association of Commerce. The task which he undertook at that time has not yet been completed, and he has preferred a request for a further leav... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1914: ...y d o l l a r s 5 0 a month. J u n e 27, 1914. COMPTROLLER'S REPORT. The Secretary presented also for record the report of the Comptroller, Prof. George E. Frazer, for the quarter ending June 30, 1914: Hon. July 7, 19U. W. L. Abbott, President, Board of Trustees, University of Illinois. DEAR S I R : I have the honor to hand you herewith a report showing the status of t h e a c c o u n t s of t h e... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1914: ...surer's balance A d d : R e c e i p t s in process of deposit Deduct: W a r r a n t s outstanding Business office b a l a n c e S C H E D U L E 7. RECONCILIATION WITH STATE AUDITOR AS AT JUNE 30, 1914. Operation, m a i n t e n a n c e , a n d e q u i p m e n t State Auditor's balance D e d u c t : Certified v o u c h e r s in p r o c e s s of p a y m e n t B u s i n e s s office b a l a n c e Buil... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1914: ...ted the books and accounts of the University of Illinois at Urbana, in., for the fifteen months ended September 30, 1914. Owing to the fact that the fiscal year of the University ends on June 30, 1914, I have audited that period, and have also verified the cash receipts and disbursements for the three months ended September 30, 1914. A summary of the transactions of the year ended June 30, 1914, i... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1914: ...914, I have audited that period, and have also verified the cash receipts and disbursements for the three months ended September 30, 1914. A summary of the transactions of the year ended June 30, 1914, is as follows: Cash receipts Exhibit "AA" 531,703 45 Add: State appropriation income amount expended .. 2,278,715 86 2,810,419 21 Cash disbursements Exhibit "BB" 2,819,297 81 Excess of disbursements... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1914: ...m stores. In this manner the cost of each department of the University is accurately shown in full detail. Owing to the amount of time at my disposal, I have audited the balance sheet at June 30, 1914, as it would require considerable time to construct a balance sheet at September'30, 1914. The method of recording additions and deductions from balance sheet assets during the year ended June 30, 19... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1914: ...as it would require considerable time to construct a balance sheet at September'30, 1914. The method of recording additions and deductions from balance sheet assets during the year ended June 30, 1914, could be much improved. I believe that a general ledger, recording assets and liabilities, should be installed. All additions to assets should be susceptible to audit by reference to the duplicate v... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1914: ...te vouchers are on file for all disbursements. I verified the cash receipts and cash balances, and reconciled the appropriation balances with the amounts as shown by your office, both on June 30, 1914, and September 30, 1914. I submit herewith various statements, which contain full details of the cash receipts and disbursements, together with comments on my verification of the assets and liabiliti... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1914: ... 1914. I submit herewith various statements, which contain full details of the cash receipts and disbursements, together with comments on my verification of the assets and liabilities at June 30, 1914. Yours very truly, Supervised b y : WHITNEY B. PLERSHEM, President, Accountant. FOR M A R G A R E T FUND. United States Audit Go. HENRY L. HERTZ, Certified Public TO This report was received for reco... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1914: ...lle Street, Chicago, be appointed for the term of three years beginning July 1, 1914, as a member of the Board of Examiners in Accountancy, in place of Mr. Seatree, whose term expired on June 30, 1914. On the recommendation of President James and on motion of Mrs. Evans, Mr. Delany and Mr. Hall were appointed as recommended. INCREASES I N S A L A R I E S IN BUSINESS OFFICE. 9 A recommendation from... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1914: ...VERSITY OF ILLINOIS. Apr. 27, the mill tax for the support of the University see p. 187 of the 27th report of the Board of Trustees of the University of Illinois for the two years ending June 30, 1914 , I stated that the State Auditor had informed us that the tax had been levied for 1912 on a total State assessment of 2,343,673,232, and that if the mill tax were fully collected it would yield in r... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1914: ...y of 1912 was 2,267,004.17 see statement No. 18, page 125 . This sum was available for the use of the University July 1, 1913, to cover the fiscal year beginning July 1, 1913, and ending June 30, 1914. At the time the report was made by the Auditor, it was not certain what the total assessed valuation of the property of the State for taxable purposes would amount to for the year 1913, and the Legi... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1914: ..... P . M . Gunnell 969 do.... R. H. Linkins 970 ..do.... Esther Hurst 971 Aug. 3 Henry B. Ward 972 ..do.... F.A.Aust.. do do do do Wages, July, 1914 do do do Balance of salary, May 15, to June 30,1914 Wages, July, 1914 ..do ..do Freight Service Traveling expenses Salary for July, 1914 Traveling expenses Laundry Gas dental Telephone and telegraph Dairy office Creamery do do r do do do :... do do do... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1914: ...es Grant in Grant In Actually unsold Scrip on Land received 6 30 14 240,000 150,000 Acres unlocated on 6 30 14 Capital of t h e Bund Total sale price of l a n d or scrip Total capital on June 30, 1914 Amount invested at less than 5 Invested funds est on deferred payments Income ft from inter- from inter from other est en Remarks TOTAL yearly income 20,280.001 In what w a y i s t h e state i n defa... (Book - History of the University (Powell))
  • 1915: ...mistry, for ten months beginning September 1, 1913, at a salary of fifty dollars 50 a month, vice Owen. August 14, 1913. Frechet, M., Professor of Mathematics, from September 1, 1914, to June 30, 1915, at a salary of three thousand dollars 3,000 , to be paid in ten equal instalments. August 1, 1913. Gardner, Harry, Instructor in Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, for ten months beginning September... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1915: ..., at -a salary of four thousand dollars 4,000 per annum, work and salary to begin when he reports for service in Urbana, and ,668 UJSTIVEESITY OF ILLINOIS. December 13, to continue until June 30, 1915 ; together with the following statement in regard to these institutes: The General Assembly which met in January, 1911, passed a law authorizing and requiring the University of Illinois to establish ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1915: ...urther notice, at a salary of seventy dollars 70 a month. May 8, 1914. Burd, Henry A., Fellow in English, for the academic year 1914-15, beginning September 1, 1914, and continuing until June 30, 1915, with a stipendum of forty dollars 40 a month. May 20, 1914. Cavette, Francis E., Clerk in the office of the Dean of Men, beginning July 1, 1914, and continuing until August 31, 1914, at a salary of ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1915: ...ice, at a salary of fifty dollars 50 a month. June 4, 1914. Easton, Harry D., Instructor in the Miners' and Mechanics' Institutes, beginning when he reports for duty and continuing until June 30, 1915, at a salary of one hundred seventy-five dollars 175 a month. June 4, 1914. Hawgood, Helen A., Stenographer in the office of the Director of the Agricultural Experiment Station, beginning August 1, 1... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1915: ... September 1, 1914, at a salary of three thousand dollars 3,000 a year. April 30, 1914. Okey, Ruth E., Scholar in Chemistry, for the academic year beginning September 1, 1914, and ending June 30, 1915, with a stipendium of twenty-five dollars 25 a month. June 6, 1914. Robb, William C, Scholar in History, for the academic year beginning September 1, 1914, and ending June 30, 1915, with a stipendium... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1915: ...nding June 30, 1915, with a stipendium of twenty-five dollars 25 a month. June 6, 1914. Robb, William C, Scholar in History, for the academic year beginning September 1, 1914, and ending June 30, 1915, with a stipendium of twenty-five dollars 25 a month. April 27, 1914. Roberts, Nellie, Temporary Assistant in the Loan Department of the Library, beginning June 15, 1914, and continuing until August ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1915: ...five dollars 75 a month. April 23, 1914. Turley, Robert E., Scholar in Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, for the academic year 1914-15, beginning September 1, 1914, and continuing until June 30, 1915, with a stipendium of twenty-five dollars 25 a month. May 26, 1914. Wells, M. M., Fellow in Zoology, for the academic year 1914-15, beginning September 1, 1914, and continuing until June 30, 1915, wi... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1915: ...1915, with a stipendium of twenty-five dollars 25 a month. May 26, 1914. Wells, M. M., Fellow in Zoology, for the academic year 1914-15, beginning September 1, 1914, and continuing until June 30, 1915, with a stipendium of forty dollars 40 a month. June 8, 1914. Williams, Margaret, Reviser and Assistant in the Summer Session of the Library School, for six weeks beginning June 22, 1914, with a tota... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1915: ...ented also for record the following list'of appointments made by President James: Bacon, Gertrude A., Scholar in Entomology, for the academic year beginning September 1, 1914, and ending June 30, 1915, with a stipendium of twenty-five dollars 25 a month. July 8, 1914. Beck, Mary L., Scholar in English, for the academic year beginning September 1, 1914, and ending June 30, 1915, with a stipendium o... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1915: ... ending June 30, 1915, with a stipendium of twenty-five dollars 25 a month. July 8, 1914. Beck, Mary L., Scholar in English, for the academic year beginning September 1, 1914, and ending June 30, 1915, with a stipendium of twenty-five dollars 25 a month. July 8, 1914. Fisher Fay L., Scholar in German, for the academic year beginning September 1, 1914, and ending June 30, 1915, with a stipendium of... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1915: ...d ending June 30, 1915, with a stipendium of twenty-five dollars 25 a month. July 8, 1914. Fisher Fay L., Scholar in German, for the academic year beginning September 1, 1914, and ending June 30, 1915, with a stipendium of twenty-five dollars 25 a month. July 8, 1914. Halley, Josephine, Temporary Assistant Clerk in the Infirmary of the College of Dentistry, beginning when she reports for duty and ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1915: ... of the Director of the Engineering Experiment Station, on one-half time, at a salary of sixty dollars 60 a month, beginning October 1, 1914, and continuing until further notice or until June 30, 1915. September 29, 1914. Dierks, George W., Student Assistant in Prosthetic Technics in the College of Dentistry, without salary, for the academic year 1914-15. September 26, 1914. Doisy, E. A., Private ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1915: ...a salary of one hundred fifty dollars 150 a month. November 6, 1914. Redwood, Charles W., Scientific Artist in the Department of Zoology, beginning October 15, 1914, and continuing until June 30, 1915, at a salary of one hundred twenty dollars 120 a month. October 16, 1914. Reed, Homer B., Instructor in Psychology, for 5 months beginning September 1, 1914, at a salary of seven hundred dollars 700 ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1915: ... year 1914-15, at a salary of two thousand dollars 2,000 a year. September 15, 1914. Soto, Rafael, Assistant in Romance Langauges, beginning when he reports for duty and continuing until June 30, 1915, at a salary of one hundred dollars 100 a month. September 29, 1914. , Spindler, George W., Assistant in German, on part time, for the first semester of the academic year 1914-15, a t a remuneration ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1915: ...ssistant in English without change of salary. October 31, 1914. von Tessmar, Otto, Technician in Gross Anatomy, beginning September 15, 1914, and continuing until further notice or until June 30, 1915, at a salary of fifty dollars 50 a month. September 19, 1914. von Tessmar, Otto, Technician in Grass Anatomy, beginning October 1, 1914, and continuing until June 30, 1915, at a salary of fifty-five ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1915: ...otice or until June 30, 1915, at a salary of fifty dollars 50 a month. September 19, 1914. von Tessmar, Otto, Technician in Grass Anatomy, beginning October 1, 1914, and continuing until June 30, 1915, at a salary of fifty-five dollars 55 a month; this appointment superseding his former appointment a t fifty dollars a month. October 17, 1914. Tinsley, R. W., Scholar in German, for ten months begin... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1915: ...thly installments beginning February 1, 1915. January 14, 1915. Baechtold, Elsie, Cataloger in the University Library, on full time, for the period beginning January 11, 1915, and ending June 30, 1915, at a salary of sixtyfive dollars 65 a month; this appointment superseding her former appointment on part time. January 5, 1915. Barden, Harold E., Assistant in Military Science for the current acade... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1915: ...structor in Machine Shop Practice, at a salary of one hundred twenty dollars 120 a month, beginning January 1, 1915, or as soon thereafter as he may report for duty, and continuing until June 30, 1915. December 22, 1914. Elles, Edward C, Assistant in Military Science for the current academic year, at a salary of one hundred dollars 100 for the year, to be paid in five monthly installments beginnin... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1915: ...allments beginning February 1, 1915. January 14, 1915. Penrose, Alma M., General Assistant in the Seminar Libraries in Lincoln Hall, for the period beginning January 11, 1915, and ending June 30, 1915, at a salary of sixty-five .dollars 65 a month. January 5, 1915. Pool, E. H., Assistant in Military Science for the current academic year, at a salary of one hundred dollars 100 for the year, to be p... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1915: ...ry of three hundred dollars 300 for the semester. March 1, 1915. Marshall, Ruth, Temporary Instructor in Zoology, beginning February 1, 1915, and continuing until further notice or until June 30, 1915, at a salary of one hundred twenty dollars 120 a month. February 22, 1915. Rowland, Floyd E., Student Assistant in Chemistry, for five months beginning February 1, 1915, at a saiary of ten dollars 10... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1915: ... 323,324 48 Respectfully submitted, BUDGET, 1914-15. M. W. BUSEY, Treasurer. President James presented the budget of the University for the fiscal year beginning June 1, 1914, and ending June 30, 1915, with the following prefactory statement: T h e b u d g e t for t h e p r e s e n t y e a r h a s been d e l a y e d m u c h b e y o n d t h e u s u a l t i m e , a s w a s t h e b u d g e t for l a ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1915: ...ty for service to the public. The Mill Tax Law passed by the Legislature in 1911 will secure these ends if it be maintained. The tax produced 2,250,000 per annum for the biennium closing June 30, 1915. It will produce 2,54 0,000 per annum for the biennium beginning July 1, 1915. The University needs every dollar of this sum in order to do the increasing work which the State has imposed upon it. Fo... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1915: ...te Treasury on account of the tax levy for 1912 and 1913 for the University of Illinois mill tax fund ". 4,592,471 65 6 Appropriation for the biennium beginning July 1, 1913, and closing June 30, 1915, a'gainst the tax levies for 1912 and 1913 4,500,000 00 7 Balance of proceeds of the tax levies of 1912 and 1913 for the benefit'of the University of Illinois mill tax fund still unappropriated 92,47... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1915: ... or 75,000 more than was appropriated, which with the 17,004 yielded by the mill tax for the first year more than was appropriated, would make a balance in the Treasury unappropriated on June 30, 1915, of 92,471. According to the Auditor's report, above referred to, for December 31, 1914, statement No. 21, the amount charged to the mill tax, which I take it included the back taxes, as well as the ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1915: ... our estimate. The sum of 2,422,361, which would have been yielded by the tax levy of 1913 if it had all been collected, was available for the use of the University from July 1, 1914, to June 30, 1915, and that is the basis upon which we have been running for the fiscal year which closes June 30, 1915. From later, statements from the Auditor's office, it appears that much of this money which was d... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1915: ...ll been collected, was available for the use of the University from July 1, 1914, to June 30, 1915, and that is the basis upon which we have been running for the fiscal year which closes June 30, 1915. From later, statements from the Auditor's office, it appears that much of this money which was deficient when the statement No, 21, page 131 was made, has been paid- in. From a letter received from ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1915: ...ions of the.mill tax fund amounted to 723,993.91. The amount of the University fund on hand in the Treasury at that date was 934,473.96. There will be, therefore, in the mill tax fund on June 30, 1915, an unappropriated balance of 210,480.05 from the tax levies of 1912 and 1913. The tax levy for the year 1914 was based on a total, equalized assessment of 2,455,745,799. The mill tax therefore would... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1915: ...,592,000, the total expected yield of the mill tax for the biennium would be 4,949,516, which with the 210,000 estimated by the Auditors as likely to be in the Treasury unappropriated on June 30, 1915, makes a total of 5,159,516. I am proposing to our renresenta fives, therefore, to introduce a bill exactly similar to that passed by the last Legislature, except that in accordance with the vote of ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1915: ...thirty-five dollars 35 a month. April 12, 1916. Rowland, F. E., Graduate Assistant in Chemistry, at a salary of thirty dollars. 30 a month, beginning April 16, 1915, and continuing until June 30, 1915; this appointment superseding his former appointment as Student' Assistant. April 16, 1915. 1 Smith, Dey B., Temporary Cataloger in the Library, on one-third time, beginning April 2, 1915, or as soon... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1915: ... June 1, 1915, at a salary of twenty dollars 20 a month. April 3, 1915. "Welo, Lars A., Research Assistant in Astronomy, on one-third time, beginning April 20, 1915, and continuing until June 30, 1915, with salary at the rate of thirty-five dollars 35 a month. April 26, 1915. "Wilson, L. T., Instructor in Mathematics, for ten months beginning September 1, 1915, at a salary of one hundred twenty do... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1915: ...OLD MEDAL. Oliver Galbraith Brain. The board adjourned. W. L. ABBOTT, H. E. CUNNINGHAM, Secretary. President. ,CASH STATEMENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS, FOR THE TWELVE MONTHS, ENDING JUNE 30, 1915. RECEIPTS. Balance, July 1, 1914 Interest on Endowment Fund and Land Contracts Other United States Grants State Appropriations Buildings, Land and Equipment Operation, Maintenance and Equipment Water... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1915: ... Sign painting Gravel Shelled corn Vacuum cleaner Harness repair Autochrom plates.. General supplies... Engine Lard Boiler work ww carriers Zinc etchings Flasks Ice.. Wages, February 1 to June 30,1915 ..do General lab or Wages, May, 1915. Yellow corn Traveling expense. do do do... do do do do do..'. do . do. .do. .do., .do. Harness Printing Rope Paint Horseshoes. Films Blood meal.. Fumigators.. Ho... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1915: ...E E S P E R M I T T E D TO A T T E N D CLASSES. 19 A recommendation from the Council of Administration concerning permission to employees of the University to attend classes as visitors: June 30j 1915. Dr. Edmund J. JameSj, President. DEAR MR. PRESIDENT : The Council of Administration at its meeting of June 29, 1915, voted to recommend to the Board of Trustees the adoption of the following recomme... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1915: ...dred thousand dollars appropriated by the General Assembly for the use and maintenance of, the University for the biennium beginning July 1, 1913, which had not been actually expended on June 30, 1915, had lapsed. I submit the opinion of the Counsel of the University on this matter: Judge Harker's Opinion. July 9, 1915. President Edmund J. James, University of Illinois. DEAR S I R : I am informed ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1915: ...have cost the University about 100,000, I have received assurance from the State Auditor's office that vouchers covering services actually rendered and material actually furnished before June 30, 1915, would be honored. O. A. HARKER. This statement was received for record. B U I L D I N G PLANS. 27 A report of the Supervising Architect on the condition of the building projects: x July 12, 1915. Pr... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1915: ...t the time of the Treasurer's election see page 219 . TREASURER'S REPORT. Mr. Hoit also presented for the Finance Committee the report of Treasurer H. S. Capron for the two months ending June 30, 1915. This report was received for record: H A Z E N S. CAPRON, TREASURER, I N ACCOUNT W I T H T H E U N I V E R S I T Y I L L I N O I S FOR T H E QUARTER E N D E D J U N E 30, 1915. SUMMARY. OF Balance M... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1915: ...han half of the total appropriation by 167,041.49. The balance from the tax levies of 1912 and 1913 in the Treasury of the State to the credit of the Mill Tax Fund, but unappropriated on June 30, 1915, was 91,912.44, which added to the estimated proceeds from the 1914 levy would make a total of 2,424,870.95 as the total estimated income of the University from the Mill Tax Fund available for the fi... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1915: ...on pages 767 to 781. A U D I T REPORT. Mr. Hoit presented for the Finance Committee the report of the United States Audit Company on the accounts of the University for the quarter ending June 30, 1915. This report was received for record. See pp. 220, 778. ,812 Hon. of U N I V E R S I T Y OF I L L I N O I S . Aug. 4, July 2Jh 1915. Otis W. Hoitj Chairman, Finance Committee, Board of Trustees, Univ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1915: ... I T N E Y B. FLERSHEM3 Certified Public Accountant. REPORT OF BUSINESS OFFICE. Mr. Hoit also presented for the Finance Committee the report of the business office for the quarter ending June 30, 1915. This report was received for record. July 15, 1915. W. L. Abbott, President Board of Trustees, University of Illinois. D E A R S I R : I t a k e p l e a s u r e i n h a n d i n g y o u h e r e w i t... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1915: ... e r s certified t o t h e S t a t e A u d i t o r . Yours very truly, Hon. W. B. CASTENHOLZ, Comptroller. SCHEDULE 1. SUMMARY O P RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS TOR THE TWELVE MONTHS ENDING JUNE 30, 1915 Cash Balance receipts July 1,1914. Schedule 2. University T r e a s u r e r General 71,783 11 495,852 75 United States Agricultural Experiment Station 274 83 30,485 75 Trusts 3,451 31 36,189 19 Unite... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1915: ... 3,250,275 72 2,838,131 48 291,780 84 3,129,912 32 120,363 40 ,816 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS. S C H E D U L E 31. Aug. 4, STATEMENT OF APPROPRIATIONS FOR LAND, BUILDINGS AND EQUIPMENT AS AT JUNE 30, 1915 Appropriations and credits. Land and land i m p r o v e m e n t s Land Campus lighting Pavements and walks BuildingsArmory New Armory Old improvements . . . Auditorium Administration Building Chemist... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1915: ...y Vivarium Building projects anal General equipment F u r n i t u r e and fixtures P i p e organ Total Overdraft. S C H E D U L E 32. STATEMENT OF APPROPRIATIONS FOR PHYSICAL PLANT AS AT JUNE 30, 1915. Cash Appropriations and dirbursements. credits. ExtensionF i r e protection equipment Heating and lighting plant Telephone extension Tunnel extension L i g h t and water extension Auto t r u c k Ope... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1915: ...009 26 126,134 15 146,337 83 272,471 98 ,1915 PROCEEDINGS OE THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES. SCHEDULE 33. 817 STATEMENT OF A P P R O P R I A T I O N S FOR ADMINISTRATION AND GENERAL EXPENSE AS AT JUNE 30, 1915. AppropriaCash tions and disbursements. credits. Administrative officesSalaries Board of Trustees , President's office Vice President's office Business office Registrar's office Council of Administra... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1915: ...1,424 92 6,000 00 600 00 535 00 2 00 782 40 5,329 65 Dairy Specimens 537 00 ,1915 PROCEEDINGS OF T H E BOARD OF TRUSTEES. SCHEDULE 354. STATEMENT OF APPROPRIATIONS FOR HORTICULTURE AS AT JUNE 30, 1915. 821 Cash Appropriations and disbursements. credits. CollegeAdministration Landscape extension Landscape gardening Pomology Olericulture Floriculture Olney F a r m Urbana F a r m Forestry General and... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1915: ... 1,744 02 327 24 128 59 116 14 3,825 63 Speculum Regale, 604.00. Harpswell Laboratory, 50.00. S C H E D U L E 38. STATEMENT OF APPROPRIATIONS FOR COLLEGES OF MEDICINE AND DENTISTRY AS AT JUNE 30, 1915. Cash Appropriations and disbursements. credits. GeneralSalaries Administration.. Physical plant Laboratory supplies Anatomy Physiology Chemistry Laboratory s t o r e s . . . Microscopes MedicalSalar... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1915: ...62,346 07 Total 30 Deduction Medicine and Dentistry, 959 Total as per business office . 186,403 64 2,345 77 Overdraft. STATEMENT OF APPROPRIATIONS FOR OTHER SCHOOLS AND DEPARTMENTS AS AT JUNE 30, 1915. Cash Appropriations and disbursecredits. ments. Commerce Salaries Expense Law S c h o o l Salaries Expense Pharmacy Salaries... Expense Library S c h o o l Salaries Expense Music Salaries Expense W ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1915: ...bott, presented the bill for the sum of 4,141.28, for traveling expenses incurred by the President of the University in the course of conducting University business from July 1, 1910, to June 30, 1915, which had been referred to the Executive Committee with power to audit and, if found correct, to order payment page 810 . After examination and audit, the bill was approved and ordered paid. The Exe... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1915: ...of the Comptroller shows the amount of money actually spent for different departments. I have directed that the Comptroller should forward to you a copy of his report for the year ending June 30, 1915, and also for the year ending June 30. 1914. From these two reports you can get an accurate statement under the head of the Colleges of Medicine and Dentistry of the amount of money spent for these d... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1915: ...ects is given in the same laboratories as to medical students. Thus there is a certain consolidation of accounts. According to the last report of the Comptroller that for the year ending June 30, 1915 see page 52, "The Disbursements for the Colleges of Medicine and Dentistry for the two years 1914-14 and 1914-15" the sum of three hundred and sixty-eight thousand four hundred and seventeen dollars ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1915: Balance June 30, 1915 Interest on Endowment Fund and land contracts Other United States Grants State appropriations Land, Buildings and Equipment Administrative Offices General Departments . Instruction Research Physical ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1915: ... . . . . Emmett Brentlinger 10944 .. do Lawrence Utterback 10945 . . do.... Hazel Rhoades 10946 . . do Lucy Lowe 10947 . . d o . . . . H. R. Farrington 10948.. do.... Claude Moulder 10949 June 30 Rogers Hall Co 10950 . . d o . . . . M. M. Plon Mourrit ' Co 10951 .. do Central Union Telephone Co 10952 .. do Flanigan-Pearson Co 10953 . . d o . . . . John H.Doyle 10954 . . d o . . . . Chas. A. Hall H... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1915: 1915 11051 June 30 Edd Taylor Wages, June, 1915 11052..do.... H . A . H a r d i n g Traveling expense 11053..do.... O. M . A l l y n . . . . do 11054 . . do.... J. T. Newsome do.... 11055 . . d o . . . . H . A . H a r d i n... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1915: .....do.... G. W. VanMeter, Savoy 11337 ..do.... Mattie Trimmill, Oakwood 11338 ..do.... F. J. Messman, Sadorus 11339 ..do.... W. H. Ordell, Philo 11340 ..do.... J. A. R. Koch. Mayview 11341 June 30 L. E. Knorr, Assistant Comptroller. 11342 ..do.... L. E. Knorr, Assistant Comptroller. 11343 ..do.... L. E. Knorr, Assistant Comptroller. 11344 ..do.... L. E. Knorr, Assistant Comptroller. 11345 ..do.... ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1915: June 30, No. Date. To whom. For what. Amount. 1915 11438 June 30 Purkins, J. F . . . . 11439 . . d o . . . . Richards, Ed 11440 . . d o Rittenhouse, G 11441 . . d o . . . . Ryan, Mary'. 11442 . . d o Sandwell, Ma... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1915: 1915 11438 June 30 Purkins, J. F . . . . 11439 . . d o . . . . Richards, Ed 11440 . . d o Rittenhouse, G 11441 . . d o . . . . Ryan, Mary'. 11442 . . d o Sandwell, Martin 11443 . . d o . . . . Servis, A 11444 . . d o Smith,... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1915: ...TY OF ILLINOIS. June 28, AGRICULTURAL E X P E R I M E N T STATION WARRANTS Concluded. 0. Date. To whom. For what. 1915 387 June 28 Roy Hansen 388 . . d o . . . . J. W. Butler Paper Co 389 June 30 R. C. Glover 390 . . d o . . . . F. K. Robeson 391 . . d o . . . . J. W. Butler Paper Co 392 . . d o . . . . Illinois Central Ry. Co 393 . . d o . . . . Bradder Smith Co 394 . . d o . . . . L. E. Knorr, A... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1915: ...1 .do. E. B. Heaton do SL 86 .do. E. W. Rusk do SL 87 .do. .do. D. O. Thompson do..... SL .do. do Sena Williford SL Telegraph Western Union Telegraph Co SL 90 .do. Rotary mimeograph SL 91 June 30 D. H. Lloyde do. Central Union Telephone Co Exchange services SL 92 General supplies Marshall Field Co SL , do. ..do. Victrola and book D. H. Lloyde SL 94 ..do. Walker Mulliken Furniture SL Demonstrations... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1915: 10076 June 30 General Electric Co 10077 ..do.... Hazel Clemence 10078 ..do.... Alice Probst 10079 ..do... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1915: ...dward Bartow W338 . . d o . . . . Paul Hansen W 339 June 18 M. C. Sjoblom W340 . . d o . . . . Ernst Hertzberg Sons.. W341 . . d o . . . . Ralph Hischler W342 June 221 Hazel Ricketts W343 June 30 B. E: Spalding , W344 . . d o . . . . Edward Bartow Salary Traveling expense ..do ..do Books Traveling expense Wages, June, 1915 Laboratory supplies Traveling expense ... 65 00 79 49 39 88 37 12 1 57 13 9... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1915: ...owing estimate of the present valuation of the entire plant of the department the items relating to the old building and the stock are taken from the report of the university comptroller June 30, 1915, and the data concerning the new building were supplied by the office of the supervising architect April 25, 1916: Chemistry building old portion Laboratory apparatus Office equipment ' Furniture Sma... (Dedication - New Chemistry Building)
  • 1916: ...ttee on Accountancy, that Mr. Arthur Young, C.P.A., of the firm of Arthur Young and Company, of Chicago, be appointed a member of the Board of Examiners in Accountancy, for a term ending June 30, 1916, to succeed Mr. John Alexander Cooper, whose term of office has expired. On the recommendation of President James and on motion of Superintendent Blair, this appointment was made as recommended. L A ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1916: ...ogy Anna G. Newell .Charles T. Senay Remission of fees Remission of fees RESEARCH FELLOWSHIPS I N THE ENGINEERING EXPERIMENT STATION. Walter A. Gatward, 500 per annum Research fellowship June 30, 1916 . Lester C. Lichty, 500 per annum Research fellowship June 30, 1916 . William P. Lukens, 500 per annum Research fellowship June 30, 1916 . Everett G. Young, 500 per annum Research fellowship June 30,... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1916: ...fees RESEARCH FELLOWSHIPS I N THE ENGINEERING EXPERIMENT STATION. Walter A. Gatward, 500 per annum Research fellowship June 30, 1916 . Lester C. Lichty, 500 per annum Research fellowship June 30, 1916 . William P. Lukens, 500 per annum Research fellowship June 30, 1916 . Everett G. Young, 500 per annum Research fellowship June 30, 1916 . September 1, 1914 September 1, 1914 September 1, 1914 Septem... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1916: ...ter A. Gatward, 500 per annum Research fellowship June 30, 1916 . Lester C. Lichty, 500 per annum Research fellowship June 30, 1916 . William P. Lukens, 500 per annum Research fellowship June 30, 1916 . Everett G. Young, 500 per annum Research fellowship June 30, 1916 . September 1, 1914 September 1, 1914 September 1, 1914 September 1, 1914President, The board adjourned. W. L. ABBOTT, H. E. CUNNIN... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1916: ...ster C. Lichty, 500 per annum Research fellowship June 30, 1916 . William P. Lukens, 500 per annum Research fellowship June 30, 1916 . Everett G. Young, 500 per annum Research fellowship June 30, 1916 . September 1, 1914 September 1, 1914 September 1, 1914 September 1, 1914President, The board adjourned. W. L. ABBOTT, H. E. CUNNINGHAM, Secretary. Appointments made by the President of the Universit... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1915)
  • 1916: ...TWENTY-EIGHTH REPORT Seven Annual, Twenty-one Biennial OF T H E Board of Trustees OF T H E University of Illinois URBANA, ILLINOIS For the Two Years Ending June 30, 1916 LPrinted Iw authority of the State of Illinois ,SPRINGFIELD, I I I . ILLINOIS STATE JOURNAL CO., STATE PRINTERS. 19 16 ,LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL. URBANA, I I I . , July 1, 1916. Honorable Edward F. Dunn... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1916: ... Illinois. SIR : I have the. honor to submit to you herewith, in compliance with the law, the twenty-eighth report of the Trustees of the University of Illinois, for the two years ending June 30, 1916. I am, very respectfully, your obedient servant, HARRISON E. CUNNINGHAM, Secretary. ,,THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES. M E M B E R S E X OFFICIO. T H E GOVERNOR OF ILLINOIS. HON EDWARD F . D U N N E T H E PRES... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1916: ... A recommendation from the Committee on Accountancy that Mr. Clarence Martin DeLany be appointed to membership on the Board of Examiners in Accountancy to fill the unexpired term, ending June 30, 1916, of Mr. Peter White, who died on December 17, 1914. A further recommendation from the committee that Mr. James Hall, Chicago manager for Marwick, Mitchell, and Company, 189 LaSalle Street, Chicago, b... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1916: ...Lever Bill. If this is done Miss Bunch will employ half her time in that work, and half her salary will be paid from the Lever Funds. Both appointments are to date from March 1, 1915, to June 30, 1916. On the recommendation of President James and on motion of Mrs. Evans, these appointments were made. RENEWAL OF L E A S E , M T . HOPE C E M E T E R Y ASSOCIATION. 12 A letter from the Comptroller an... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1916: ...f appointments made by President James: Banks, M. F., Assistant in General Engineering Drawing, at a salary of eighty dollars 80 a month, beginning November 1, 1915, and continuing until June 30, 1916. October 22, 1915. Barnes, Mary G., Assistant in the Seminar Libraries in Lincoln Hall, at a salary of sixty-five dollars 65 a month, beginning November 1, 1915, and continuing until August 31, 1916,... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1916: ...ion. October 16, 1915. Geiger, C. F., Assistant in Ceramic Engineering, on one-half time, at a salary of forty dollars 40 a month, beginning when he reports for duty and continuing until June 30, 1916. November 10, 1915. Gift, L. H., Assistant Chief of the Division of Military Information, at a salary of four dollars 4 a month, for eight months, beginning October 1, 1915. October 20, 1915. Hammitt... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1916: ...26, 1915. Hyatt, E. G., Laborer in the College of Medicine, at a salary of forty dollars 40 a month, beginning October 1, 1915, and continuing until further notice, but in no case beyond June 30, 1916, subject to the rules of the Civil Service Commission. October 22, 1915. Lamkins, L. E., Chief of the Division of Military Information, for eight months beginning October 1, 1915, at a salary of ten ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1916: ...e Department of Chemistry in the College of Medicine, a t a salary of forty dollars 40 a month, beginning November 1, 1915, and continuing until further notice, but in no case later than June 30, 1916, subject to the rules of the Civil Service Commission. October 22, 1915. Parelczyk, Joseph, Technician in Experimental Medicine, a t a salary of fortyfive dollars 45 a month, beginning November 24, 1... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1916: ...vice Commission. October 22, 1915. Parelczyk, Joseph, Technician in Experimental Medicine, a t a salary of fortyfive dollars 45 a month, beginning November 24, 1915, and continuing until June 30, 1916, subject to giving continued satisfaction to the University authorities. November 23, 1915. Peterson, Miss F . W., Typist in the Department of Chemistry in the College of Medicine, at a salary of for... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1916: ... be transferred to a new site recently acquired at the southwest corner of Wood and Plournoy Streets on the east side of Cook County Hospital. For the present year, from July 1, 1915, to June 30, 1916, the board appropriated on August 4, 1915, the sum of two hundred thousand dollars 200,000 for the support of the Colleges of Medicine and Dentistry, as you will see from the minutes of the Board of ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1916: ...onths beginning February 1, 1916, at a salary of two hundred forty dollars 240 a month. January 25, 1916. Robinson, R. E., Instructor in Mechanical Engineering, from February 7, 1916, to June 30, 1916, with salary at the rate of one hundred twenty dollars 120 a month. February 2, 1916. Rumry, Florence, Typist in the Department of Pharmacology of the College of Medicine, at a salary of forty dollar... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1916: ...lso for record the following list of appointments made by President James: Anderegg, F. O., Research Assistant in Chemistry, beginning as soon as he reports for duty and continuing until June 30, 1916, at a salary of ninety dollars 90 a month. February 12, 1916. t Baldwin, F. M., Assistant in Zoology in the Summer Session of 1916, at a remuneration of one hundred fifty dollars 150 for the session.... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1916: ...at a remuneration of two hundred twenty-five dollars 225 for the session. March 7, 1916. Jennings, W. W., Assistant in Economics, on one-half time, beginning February 7, 1916, and ending June 30, 1916, a t a salary of three hundred dollars 300 for the semester; this appointment superseding his former appointment as Scholar in History. February 15, 1916. Keener, H. A., Student Assistant in Anatomy ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1916: ...has been printed by the State Printer and distributed in accordance with the law providing for its printing. My own opinion is that the next report, namely, that for the two years ending June 30, 1916, should be printed in the same way. The Governor of the State has authority to determine this matter. On motion of Mr. Hoit, it was voted that the Governor of the State be requested to authorize the ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1916: ...r. H. E. Cunningham as Business Manager of the Journal of English and Germanic Philology published by the University under the auspices of the Graduate School, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1916. This report shows a subscription and exchange list of 393, with cash receipts of 873.28 ; exchange credits amounting to 117, and bills receivable amounting to 296.70. The total cost of publication f... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1916: ... made by President James to fill vacancies: Bernhard, P. X, to give three hours' service a week in the Clinic of the College of Dentistry, beginning January 1, 1916, and continuing until June 30, 1916, at a total remuneration of four hundred dollars 400 : this appointment superseding his former appointment at 300. April 7, 1916. Boswell, H. C.,f Tool-room Attendant in the Machine Shop, at a salary... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1916: ...dollars 27.50 a month. April 22, 1916. McDonald, Effie K, Technician in the Department of Experimental Medicine and Bacteriology, beginning when she reports for duty and continuing until June 30, 1916, a t a salary of seventy dollars 70 a month. April 21, 1916. Mohlman, F . W., Instructor in Sanitary Chemistry, for the academic year beginning September 1, 1916, without salary. April 22, 1916. Nick... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1916: ...resent as on the previous day. The board adjourned. W. I . ABBOTT, President. H. E. CUNNINGHAM, Secretary. 61 U ,CASH STATEMENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS, FOR THE TWELVE MONTHS ENDED JUNE 30, 1916., RECEIPTS. Balance June 30, 1915 Interest on Endowment Fund and land contracts Other United States Grants State appropriations Land, Buildings and Equipment Administrative Offices General Department... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1916: ...17 ..do.. Illinois Traction System, Urbana do 9218 do.... I Wabash Ry. Co., Urbana do 9219 ..do... Illinois Central R. R do 92201 ..do.... Illinois Traction System, Champaign do Feed 9221 June 30 Morris Co. 92221 do ... I J. F.Smith Wages 9223 j Feed ..do.... A. F . Hornung 9224 ..do.... John H. Bussey Wages 9225J ..do.... L. Morrisy Feed 9226 j do.... I. S.Brooks do Traveling expenses 9227 do....... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1916: 1916 9419 June 30 Chas. Redman 9420 ..do.... Ed. Richards 9421 ..do.... W. C. Robertson 9422 ..do... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1916: ... Electrical supplies :.. 9635 . . d o . . . . Illinois Electric Co Cabinet 90 00 9636 . . d o . . . . Lyon Metallic Co. 302 19 Balance contract 9637 . . d o . . . . English Bros 1916 9573 June 30 C. W. Ritter 9574 . . d o . . . . Callaghan Co 9575 . . d o . . . . Mining Scientific Press. 9576 . . d o . . . . H. S. Capron ,1.088 II. No. U. UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS. S. AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATION ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1916: ... Miscellaneous 421 June 29 M. E. Thompson, Cashier ..do 422 . . d o . . . . M. E. Thompson, Cashier Material furnished from Univer- 423 ..do.... H. S. Capron, Treasurer sity storeroom 424 June 30 Pantagraph Printing and Stationery Co Publications Laboratory supplies 425 . . d o . . . . Eimer Amend Material furnished from Univer426 . . d o . . . . H. S. Capron, Treasurer sity storeroom 50 39 89 50 ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1916: 174 June 30 J. M. Linegren Cancelled. Key deposits Salary, Parr deposits ..do Interest OQ Snyder fund Salary Association Mfg. Chilled Car Wheels... MoKinley loan Snyder loan Rebate, Key deposits, salary Parr deposits... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1916: ...... G.R. Grubb Co 812 ..do.... H.R.Stanford ..do Illinois State Reformatory 813 814 ..do.... Louden Flaningam. 815 June 29 M. E. Thompson, Cashier 816 ..do.... M. E. Thompson, Cashier 817 June 30 H. S. Capron, Treasurer Furniture and fixtures Traveling expenses General supplies June, 1916 Salary ..do ..do ..do ..do ..do ..do Publications General su pplies Machinery and tools Traveling expenses Pho... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1916: .... . d o . . . . Herricks' Auto Supply Store Co. W241 . . d o . . . . H, F . Ferguson W242 . . d o . . . . J. F. Schnellbach W243 June 29 A. J.Stice W244 . . d o . . . . Edward Bartow W245 June 30 Wabash Ry. Co., Urbana W246 . . d o . . . . Taylor Hardware Co W247 . . d o . . . . Royal A. Stipes W248 . . d o . . . . Illinois State Reformatory W249 ..do...J H. S. Capron, Treasurer ,1916 PROCEEDINGS ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1916: ...e granted leave of absence until September 1, 1916, in the hope that he would be sufficiently improved to return to his work at that time. He has received full pay from April I, 1916, to June 30, 1916. At the present time it does not seem likely that Mr. Watkins will be able to return, and Mr. Blair recommends that his term of service be declared by the Board of Trustees to be ended August 31, 191... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1916: June 30, 1916 . Lincoln, C. H., Research Assistant in the Illinois Historical Survey, beginning when he reports for duty and continuing for four months, at a salary of one hundred twenty-five dollars 125 a month. ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1916: ...6, at a salary of seventy-five dollars 75 a month. June 26, 1916 . COMPTROLLER'S REPORT The Secretary presented also for record the report of the Comptroller for the twelve months ending June 30, 1916. July 10, 1916 Honorable W. L. Abbott, President Board of Trustees, University of Illinois DEAR SIR: I have the honor to hand you herewith a report of the financial operations of the University of Il... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1916: ...t Board of Trustees, University of Illinois DEAR SIR: I have the honor to hand you herewith a report of the financial operations of the University of Illinois for the twelve months ended June 30, 1916. Yours very truly, W. B. CASTENHOLZ Comptroller ,vr to Schedule 1 SUMMARY OF RECEIPTS AND D I S B U R S E M E N T S AS AT JUNE, 30, 1916 Balances July 1, 1915 UNIVERSITY TREASURER General United Stat... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1916: ...- 1,910 16 Totals, Dairy Husbandry 154,061 88 1,34,814 05 ,I9I6J U N I V E R S I T Y OF I L L I N O I S 85 Schedule 354 STATEMENT OF THE ACCOUNTS FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF HORTICULTURE AS AT JUNE 30, 1916 Appropriations College Administration Landscape Extension Landscape Gardening Pomology Olericulture Floriculture Olney Farm Urbana Farm General and Farming Totals, Schedule 35.. Station Pomology Oler... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1916: ... clause. ,254 BOARD OF TRUSTEES March 13, T h e facts in this matter are as follows: Mr. DeLany was appointed by the Board of Trustees on March 9, 1915, to fill the unexpired term ending June 30, 1916, of Mr. Peter White, deceased, and was reappointed on March 14, 1916, for a term of three years, beginning July 1, 1916. The term of Mr. DeLany's service to date has thus covered the C. P. A. examina... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1916: ... that a formal authorization for the; procedure now in force has ever been fully given by the Board of Trustees. The nearest that we have come to such an authorization is the approval on June 30, 1916 page 819 , of the establishment of a Stores Fund of 35,000. T h e present method of handling stores and stores accounts is briefly as follows: W e purchase through the Purchasing Department, on the b... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1916: ...t to 85.20. This report was received for record. ,io6 board of trustees September 22 REPORT OF THE TREASURER 23 The following report of the Treasurer of the University for the year endin June 30, 1916: August 4, 1926 President David Kinley, University of Illinois M y Dear President Kiklet: I transmit herewith the report of the Treasurer of the University for the year ending June 30, 1926, prepared... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1928)
  • 1917: ...nito R. O r d o n e z R e s e a r c h fellowship S e p t e m b e r 1, 1915-June 30, 1 9 1 7 , 500 a y e a r . Wendell H . P a l m e r R e s e a r c h fellowship S e p t e m b e r 1, 1915-June 30, 1917 ', 500 a y e a r . R i c h a r d L. T e m p l i n R e s e a r c h fellowship S e p t e m b e r 1, 1915-June 30, 1917 , 500 a y e a r . Camillo W e i s s R e s e a r c h fellowship S e p t e m b e r 1... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1917: ... H . P a l m e r R e s e a r c h fellowship S e p t e m b e r 1, 1915-June 30, 1917 ', 500 a y e a r . R i c h a r d L. T e m p l i n R e s e a r c h fellowship S e p t e m b e r 1, 1915-June 30, 1917 , 500 a y e a r . Camillo W e i s s R e s e a r c h fellowship S e p t e m b e r 1, 1915-June 30, 1917 , 500 a year. SUMMER SESSION APPOINTMENTS. The Secretary presented also for record the list of t... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1917: ...R i c h a r d L. T e m p l i n R e s e a r c h fellowship S e p t e m b e r 1, 1915-June 30, 1917 , 500 a y e a r . Camillo W e i s s R e s e a r c h fellowship S e p t e m b e r 1, 1915-June 30, 1917 , 500 a year. SUMMER SESSION APPOINTMENTS. The Secretary presented also for record the list of the instructional staff for the Summer Session of 1915: Department and name. Agriculture. Smith, Louie H... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1917: ... Baldwin, L. S., Instructor in General Engineering Drawing, at the rate of one thousand dollars 1000 for ten months' service, work and salary to begin when he reports for duty and to end June 30, 1917. September 18, 1916. The date in parenthesis is the date on which the appointment was made by" the President of the University. ,i6o BOARD OF TRUSTEES November 18, Ballantine, H. W., Professor of Law... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1917: ... of thirty dollars 30 a month. September 29, 1916. Groot, J. T., Senior Technician in physiology in the College of Medicine, beginning as soon as he reports for duty and continuing until June 30, 1917, with salary at the rate of seventy-five dollars 75 a month. October 18, 1916. Habermeyer, G. C, Acting Engineer in the State Water Survey, from September 1, 1916, or as soon thereafter as he may rep... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1917: ...tment made by Dean Babcock. ,1916 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 163 the rate of twelve hundred dollars 1200 for ten months' service, salary and work to begin when he reports for duty and to end June 30, 1917. September 18, 1916. Haw, A. B., Research Assistant in Chemistry, beginning when he reports for duty and continuing until June 30, 1917, at a salary of eighty dollars '8o a month. October 18, 1916. H... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1917: ... work to begin when he reports for duty and to end June 30, 1917. September 18, 1916. Haw, A. B., Research Assistant in Chemistry, beginning when he reports for duty and continuing until June 30, 1917, at a salary of eighty dollars '8o a month. October 18, 1916. Heilbrunn, L. V., Instructor in Anatomy in the College of Medicine for one year beginning October 1, 1916, at a salary of thirteen hundre... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1917: ...entific Assistant and Draftsman in the department of Mechanical Engineering, with salary at the rate of eighty dollars 80 a month, beginning when he reports for duty and continuing until June 30, 1917. October 21, 1916. Meyer C. A., Assistant in Clinical Surgery, from September 1, 1916, to August 31, 1917, without salary. October 4, 1916. Mitchell, H. H., Associate in Animal Nutrition in the Colle... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1917: ...stry, for eight hionths beginning November 1, 1916, at a salary of ten dollars 10 k month. N o vember 6, 1916. Murray, N . F., Graduate Assistant in Chemistry, from November 16, 1916, to June 30, 1917, with salary at the rate of t h i r t y dollars 30 a months November 14, 1916. Neill, Alma J., Assistant in Physiology for ten months beginning September 1, 1916, at a salary of one thousand dollars ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1917: ... P. J., Instructor in Electrical Engineering, at a salary at the rate of twelve hundred dollars 1200 for ten months' service, salary and work to begin when he reports for duty and to end June 30, 1917. September 18, 1916. Oberdorfer, H . D., Assistant in Accountancy, on one-half time, for a period of nine months beginning October 1, 19X6, at a salary of eight hundred dollars 800 for the period. Oe... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1917: ... hundred dollars 800 for the period. Oe r X ttfi.j Appb tmfcnt mad6 b'y J e Ba ock. ,i66 BOARD OF TRUSTEES November 18, 01ewine, J. H., Assistant in Chemistry, from November 16, 1916, to June 30, 1917, with salary at the rate of fifty dollars 50 a month, this superseding his former appointment as Graduate Assistant. November 14, 1916. . , Oliver, Julia A., Department Clerk, Rank II, in the Registr... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1917: ...rd the following list of appointments made by the President of the University to fill vacancies: Adkins, W. S., Instructor in Anatomy in the College of Medicine, from January 1, 1917, to June 30, 1917, at a salary of ninety-one dollars and sixtysix cents 91.66 a month. December 9, 1916. Anderson, Edith V., University Stenographer, Rank III, assigned to the President's office, at a salary of ninety... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1917: ...nuing until further notice, subject to the rules of the Civil Service Commission. January 9, 1917 . Habermeyer, G. C , Acting Engineer of the State Water Survey, from January 1, 1917, to June 30, 1917, with salary at the rate of twenty-five hundred dollars 2500 a year. December 19, 1916 . Hedrick, Marie A., Library Assistant in the Mathematics Library, on one-half time, from February 1, 1917, to J... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1917: ...y at the rate of twenty-five hundred dollars 2500 a year. December 19, 1916 . Hedrick, Marie A., Library Assistant in the Mathematics Library, on one-half time, from February 1, 1917, to June 30, 1917, at a salary of thirtytwo and one-half dollars 32.50 a month. January 13, 1917 . Hilbert, J. O., Student Assistant in Chemistry in the College of Medicine, for the first semester of the academic year... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1917: ...hich the appointment was made by the President of the University. ,242 BOARD OF TRUSTEES February 21, Smith, 0. M., Assistant Chemist in the State Water Survey, from February 1, 1917, to June 30, 1917, at a salary of seventy dollars 70 a month. February 3, 1917 . Tohill, L. A., Assistant in Economics, on one-half time, for the second semester of the current academic year, at a salary of two hundre... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1917: ...litary Science, for five months beginning February 1, 1917, at a salary of twenty dollars 20 a month. March 9, 1917 . Carncross, Helen, Assistant in Ophthalmology, from March 1, 1917, to June 30, 1917, at a salary of fifty dollars 50 a month. February 23, 1917 . Engle, R. H., Assistant in Military Science, for five months beginning February 1, 1917, at a salary of twenty dollars 20 a month. March ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1917: ...r five months beginning February 1, 1917, at a salary of twenty dollars 20 a month. March 9, 1917 . Romig, J. A., Student Secretary in the department of history from January 15, 1917, to June 30, 1917, at a salary of forty dollars 40 a month. February 23, 1917 . The date in parenthesis is the date on which the appointment was made by the President of the University. ,27O BOARD OF TRUSTEES March 13... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1917: ...ear, with remuneration at the rate of fifty cents .50 an. hour. March 14, 1917 Rumry, Florence, Technician in Pharmacology and Therapeutics, beginning April 1, 1917, and continuing until June 30, 1917, at a salary of forty dollars 40 a month. March 28, 1917 Schroeder, P. L., Student Assistant in Anatomy, to give 9 hours' service a week during the second semester of the current academic year, with ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1917: ...iographer and Photographer in the College of Medicine, at a salary of seventy-five dollars 75 a month, beginning April 1, 1917, and continuing until further notice, but in no case beyond June 30, 1917. March 29, 1917 Velitchkoff, M., Student Assistant in Anatomy, to give 6 hours' service a week during the second semester of the current academic year, with remuneration at the rate of fifty cents .5... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1917: ...uing until further notice, but in no case beyond September 1, 1917, at a salary of forty dollars 40 a month. March 28, 1917 Willis, H., Voluntary Student Assistant in Pharmacology, until June 30, 1917, without salary. March 28, 1917 York, Bertha E., Voluntary Laboratory Helper in Physical Therapy, until June 30, 1917, without salary. March 28, 1917 The Board adjourned, H. E. CUNNINGHAM W. L. ABBOT... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1917: ... 1917 Willis, H., Voluntary Student Assistant in Pharmacology, until June 30, 1917, without salary. March 28, 1917 York, Bertha E., Voluntary Laboratory Helper in Physical Therapy, until June 30, 1917, without salary. March 28, 1917 The Board adjourned, H. E. CUNNINGHAM W. L. ABBOTT Secretary President ,1917 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 289 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETING, APRIL 4, 1917 A meeting of the Exe... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1917: ...e President of the University to fill vacancies: DeHaven, J, D., Radiographer and Photographer in the College of Medicine, from April 5, 1917, until further notice, but in no case beyond June 30, 1917, at a salary of one hundred dollars 100 a month. April 10, 1917 . Houser, Doris L., Clerk in the department of architecture, with salary at the rate of six hundred dollars 600 for twelve months' serv... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1917: ...he current academic year, with remuneration at the rate of fifty cents .50 an hour. April 6, 1917 . Ryerson, L. H., Graduate Assistant in Chemistry, on part time, from April 17, 1917, to June 30, 1917, at a salary of twenty-one dollars 21 a month. April 20, 1917 . Richards, C. R., Dean of the College of Engineering and Director of the Engineering Experiment Station, beginning March 1, 1917, at a s... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1917: ...nery Company Printing Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletins January 22, 1917-Vol. X I I I Rand, McNally and Company Printing Engineering Experiment Station Bulletins February 1, 1917-June 30, 1917' Remington Typewriter Company Purchase of carbon paper March 22, 1917-March, 1918 Jacob Reed's Sons and Company Military uniforms September, 1915-September, 1917 Sharon Coal Company Purchase of coal ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1917: ...ere was no quorum. LiST OF DEGREES CONFERRED The Secretary presented for record the following list of degrees conferred at the Eorty-sixth Annual Commencement; SUMMARY OF D E G R E E T o June 30, 1917 Degrees in the Graduate School A.M A.M. February 21, 1917 .' M.S M.S. February 21, 1917 C.E RE M.E Ph.D Total 349 7 1 54 2 8 5 2 36 186 ,35o BOARD OF TRTJSTEES June 12. Baccalaureate Degrees A.B., Co... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1917: ...erial Observation," "Gunnery," "Signalling and Radio," "Infantry Drill," "Calisthenics." A R T I C L E I I I . The contractor shall, during the period commencing May 21, 1917, and ending June 30, 1917, give ground training in the subjects mentioned in Article I I to officers and enlisted men of the Aviation Section, Signal Reserve Corps, designated for such training by the Signal Corps, in accorda... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1917: ...r Session of 1917, at a salary of one hundred dollars IOQ for the session. July 11, 1917 . Hiskey, G. N., Druggist and Chief Clerk in the Dispensary of the College of Medicine, beginning June 30, 1917, and continuing until further notice, at a salary of sixty dollars 60 a month. June 30, 1917 . Holley, C. E., Associate in Education in the Summer Session of 1917, at a salary of two hundred fifty do... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1917: June 30, 1917 . Holley, C. E., Associate in Education in the Summer Session of 1917, at a salary of two hundred fifty dollars 250 for the session (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1917: Committee June 30, 1917 Dr. Edmund J. James DEAR D R . J A M E S : At a regular meeting of this organization held on June 22, 1917, it was unanimously resolved to demand a scale of 28 and 30 cents per hour for ten hours' wo... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1917: ... Chairman of the Committee on Student Welfare, in place of Mrs. Henrotin. COMPTROLLER'S REPORT The Secretary presented also for record the report of the Comptroller for the period ending June 30, 1917. THE ACCOUNTS OF THE BUSINESS OFFICE AS AT JUNE 30, 1917 , TABLE OF CONTENTS SCHEDULE Summary of Receipts and Disbursements Cash Receipts Summary .......... .. ..... . Cash Receipts on account of the... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1917: ...f Mrs. Henrotin. COMPTROLLER'S REPORT The Secretary presented also for record the report of the Comptroller for the period ending June 30, 1917. THE ACCOUNTS OF THE BUSINESS OFFICE AS AT JUNE 30, 1917 , TABLE OF CONTENTS SCHEDULE Summary of Receipts and Disbursements Cash Receipts Summary .......... .. ..... . Cash Receipts on account of the General Fund Disbursements .... ,... Summary of Appropri... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1917: ... subject to reappropriation. fLapsed. Overdraft. ,440 BOARD OF TRUSTEES Schedule 316 STATEMENT OF THE ACCOUNTS FOR THE COLLEGES OF MEDICINE AND DENTISTRY AND THE SCHOOL OF PHARMACY AS AT JUNE 30, 1917 Appropriations and Credits 4,673 27 Disbursements Encumbrances July 17, Medical and Dental unassigried General Salaries ... 59,253 59,253 16 2,575 2,533 09 Administration 3,760 3,656 37 Anatomy 696 5... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1917: ...e, Company of Chicago, be appointed a member of the Board of Examiners in Accountancy for the term of three years, beginning July 1, 1917, to succeed Mr. James Hall whose term expired on June 30, 1917. On motion of Mrs. Evans, this appointment was made. MANUFACTURE OF CHEMICALS 5 A communication from Professor Roger Adams covering the manufacture of chemicals. No action was taken in this matter. I... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1917: ...90 1,947,157 97 fAfter transfer of petty cash and inventory of Chemistry Stores. Overdraft; see Schedule 32. Reserve of 66,736.42 deducted for shortage in collections of Mill Tax Fund at June 30, 1917. ON ,I9I8 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS Schedule 2 CASH RECEIPTS FOR T H E SIX MONTHS ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1917 68 3 Current Income General Fund, .Schedule 21 United States Funds Hatch Fund Smith-Lever Fund R... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1917: ...t ten or twelve months may, subject to the opinion of the University Counsel, be granted leave of absence by the President of the University with pay until the close of the academic year, June 30, or August 31, 1917, as the case may be, provided that: a They enter immediately the military or naval service of the United States, or on definite preparation for the same, or on other approved important... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1917: ...I authorized this wage-scale, subject to ratification by the Board. The scale has been approved by the Civil Service Commission. I may add that after the receipt of the above letter dated June 30 I received a demand from Mr. A. L. Johnson over the telephone that the foreman of the janitorial force should be dismissed by the University. On motion of Mr. Carr, the wage scale given above was approved... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1917: ... M. C. A. building and had made such demands as could only be met by the assignment of the Women's Residence Hall. I ,1917l UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 4O3 made such an assignment therefore on June 30. It finally appeared, however, that it would be possible for the authorities of the Y. M. C. A. to arrange and equip their building satisfactorily to the Commandant and to house 200 men, the number mentio... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1917: ... Mr. Lowden, Mr. Trevett. INCOME AND BUDGET ASKINGS 3 An estimate of the income of the University for the year 1917-18, prepared by Mr. Lloyd Morey. ,404 BOAki OF TRUSTEES July 17, ENDING JUNE 30f igi8i 315,401.52 ESTIMATED INCOME FOR THE YEAR Unexpended balance, June 30, 1917 Less: Reserve for trust funds Reserve to meet existing obligations 13,446.04 80,167.88 93,613.92 Free balance, July 1, 191... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1917: ... that the Board of Trustees has pfoper title to the land in fee simple and that the University should not go to further expense in adjusting it. This opinion was confirmed by you to me on June 30 and I so advised the Molloy people and their attorney. In reply I was advised that they were very anxious to have the title adjusted before they consummated the deal and that they would on their own initi... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1917: ...ation, and the other half to graduate study. 5. That the annual stipend for these Research Graduate Assistants be 500, payable in ten monthly installments beginning September 1 and ending June 30 for each year of the appointment, and freedom from tuition, incidental, and laboratory fees. 6. That appointment to these positions be made by the President of the University on the nomination of the Exec... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1917: ...g of the realization of the Y. M. C. A. on the building from July 1 to December 31 15,600.00 5,600.00 Net amount to be paid to the Y. M. C. A. by the University in cash between July 1 and June 30 .... 10,000.00 To be paid as follows: In cash at once 5,000.00 In six equal monthly installments from January to June, inclusive, total 5,000,00 10,000.06 IV. The University will for the present assume th... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1917: ...eventy-five in number that are being sold to as m "i a fifteen different university laboratories, to the Bureau of Chemistr W hington. and to large distributing h and mmcivial firms, ince June 30. thr : aditional ambulance units, one hundred d men in all, recruited from Uinois lumni and students, have left th 'nivei ity for Allentown, Pa. t go into an army ti ng np prior to tl ir departun for "Som... (Booklet - UI Response to WWI (1917))
  • 1918: ... BOARD OF E X A M I N E R S I N ACCOUNTANCY. 5 The nomination of Mr. Nathan William MacChesney, of Chicago, for membership on the Board of Examiners in Accountancy for three years ending June 30, 1918, in place of Mr. Marquis Baton, whose term has expired. No action was taken on this matter. A M E R I C A N G A M E P R O T E C T I V E ASSOCIATION. 6 A request from the American Game Protective Asso... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1918: ...ian in the Department of Anatomy, at a salary of sixty dollars 60 a month, beginning October 5, 1917, and continuing until further notice but in no case without reappointment longer than June 30, 1918. October 11, 1917 . ,1917 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 563 Buckler, Helen, University Stenographer, rank II, in the Comptroller's office, at a salary of seventy-five dollars 75 a month, beginning September... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1918: ...st in the Department of Ophthalmology, at a salary of fifty dollars 50 a month, beginning October 8, 1917, and continuing until further notice but in no case without reappointment beyond June 30, 1918. October 12, 1917 . Henderson, J. L., Visiting Professor of Education for the first semester of the academic year 1917-18, at a salary of two thousand dollars 2000 for the semester. September 27, 191... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1918: ... month, beginning October 10, 1917, and continuing until further notice, beginning October 10, 1917, and continuing until further notice, but in no case without; reappointment later than June 30, 1918. October 12, 1917 . ,1917 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 569 Moor, H. W., Assistant in Chemistry Manufactures for five months beginning September 1, 1917, at a salary of eighty dollars 80 a month; this appoi... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1918: ... a month. October 1, 1917 . Peterkin, J. T., Instructor in Free-hand Drawing at a salary of one hundred forty dollars 140 a month, beginning when he reports for duty and continuing until June 30, 1918. September 20, 1917 . Phillips, A. O., Graduate Assistant in Chemistry for ten months beginning September 1, 1917, at a salary of three hundred dollars 300 for the ten months. September 7, 1917 . Pic... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1918: ...e Commission; this appointment superseding her former appointment at v 5o a month. September 4, 1917 . Quiring, D. P., Assistant in Zoology, on one-half time, from September 26, 1917, to June 30, 1918, at a salary of seventy dollars 70 a month. October 1, 1917 . Rayson, E. C, Auditor at a salary of eighteen hundred dollars 1800 a year beginning September 1, 1917, and continuing until further notic... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1918: ...months. September 19, 1917 . Scheele, A. G., instructor in Free-hand Drawing at a salary of one hundred sixty dollars 160 a month, beginning when he reports for duty and continuing until June 30, 1918. September 20, 1917 . ,572 BOARD OF TRUSTEES October 20, Schoen, Edgar, Assistant in Romance Languages for ten months, beginning September 1, 1917, at a salary of one thousand dollars 1000 for the te... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1918: ...d dollars 100 for the ten months. August 18, 1917 . Spencer, E. R., Graduate Assistant in Botany at a salary of thirty dollars 30 a month, beginning October 8, 1917, and continuing until June 30, 1918. October 10, 1917 . Spencer, Robinson, Student cataloger in the Library, on one-third time, for nine months beginning September 15, 1917, or as soon thereafter as he reports for duty, and ending June... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1918: ...g until further notice. August 18, 1917 . Ulich, L. H., Assistant in Chemistry, on one-half time, at a salary of fifty dollars 50 a month, beginning October 8, 1917, and continuing until June 30, 1918; this appointment superseding his former appointment as Graduate Assistant. October 11, 1917 . Upp, R. W., Instructor in Operative and Prosthetic Dentistry for one year beginning June 1, 1917, at a s... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1918: ... at a salary of eighty-five dollars 85 a month; this appointment superseding his former appointment. June 4, 1917 . VerNooy, L. C , Graduate Assistant in Zoology from October 9, 1917, to June 30, 1918, at a salary of thirty-five dollars 35 a month. October 12, 1917 . Vliet, E. B., Student Assistant in Chemistry for ten months beginning September 1, 1917, at a salary of one hundred dollars 100 for ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1918: ...months beginning September 1, 1917, at a salary of one hundred dollars 100 for the ten months. September 20, 1917 . Vliet, E. B., Student Assistant in Chemistry from October 15, 1917, to June 30, 1918, at a salary of twenty-two dollars 22 a month; this appointment superseding his former appointment at 10 a month. October 15, 1917 . Walser, S. A., Assistant in Bacteriology, on one-half time, for te... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1918: ...er 29, 1917 . Baldwin, Edgar, Student Assistant in the School of Pharmacy, at a compensation of one hundred dollars 100 for the academic year beginning October 1, 1917, and continuing to June 30, 1918. October 29, 1917 . Bard, Catharine A., University Stenographer, rank III, in the President's office, at a salary of seventy-five dollars 75 a month, beginning October 15, 1917, and continuing until ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1918: ...S November 9, Grosse, Arthur, Student Assistant in the School of Pharmacy, at a compensation of one hundred dollars 100 for the academic year beginning October 1, 1917, and continuing to June 30, 1918. October 29, 1917 . Hamilton, T. S., Drill Master in the School of Military Aeronautics, at a salary of one hundred dollars 100 a month, beginning when he reports for duty and continuing until furthe... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1918: ... OF ILLINOIS 621 Pate, Clyde, Student Assistant in the School of Pharmacy, at a compensation of one hundred dollars 100 for the academic year beginning October i, 1917, and continuing to June 30, 1918. October 29, 1917 . Policoff, W. W., Assistant in Animal Pathology in the Agricultural Experiment Station, at a salary of twelve hundred dollars 1200 a year, work and salary to begin when he reports ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1918: ...er 2, 1917 . Wherley, Homer, Student Assistant in the School of Pharmacy, at a compensation of one hundred dollars 100 for the academic year, beginning October 1, 1917, and continuing to June 30, 1918. October 29, 1917 . Whitney, H. B., Assistant in Military Science for ten months, beginning September 1, 1917, at a salary of ten dollars 10 a month. November 2, 1917 . Wright, Mrs. Maud, Stenographe... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1918: ...etary presented for record the following list of appointments made by the President of the University: Barnes, O. A., Assistant in Chemistry, on one-half time, from November 11, 1917, to June 30, 1918, at a salary of fifty dollars 50 a month; this appointment superseding his previous appointment. November 26, K i7t . Bergin, C. E., Assistant in Dermatology in the College of Medicine, for the acade... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1918: ...rs 60 for the year. December 3, 1917 . Coleman, G. H., Assistant in Chemistry, on one-half time, at a salary of fifty dollars 50 a month, beginning December 1, 1917, and continuing until June 30, 1918; this appointment superseding his previous appointment. December 5, 1917 . Cuerdon, Catherine F., Stenographer in the department of animal husbandry, at a salary of sixty-five dollars 65 a month, beg... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1918: ...ng, C, Assistant Technician in the Medical Laboratory, at a salary of forty-two dollars 42 a month, beginning December 1, 1917, and continuing until further notice, but in no case beyond June 30, 1918, without re-appointment. December 10, 1917 . Fle'ming, J. R., Instructor in the U. S. School of Military Aeronautics, at a salary of one hundred seventy-five dollars 175 a month, beginning December 1... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1918: ...e, this appointment superseding his previous appointment. December 6, 1917 . McCaughey, W. F., Instructor in Architectural Design, beginning when he reports for duty and continuing until June 30, 1918, at a salary of one hundred thirty dollars 130 a month. December 5, 1917 . McCrumb, F. R., Graduate Assistant in Chemistry, from November "Appointment made by Vice-President Kinley ,628 BOARD OF TRUS... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1918: ...130 a month. December 5, 1917 . McCrumb, F. R., Graduate Assistant in Chemistry, from November "Appointment made by Vice-President Kinley ,628 BOARD OF TRUSTEES December n , ii, 1917, to June 30, 1918, at a salary of thirty dollars 30 a month. November 26, 1917 . Mercey, R. J., Beneficiary under the Rea Scholarship fund in the College of Medicine for the academic year 1917-18, with a stipendium of... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1918: ...ce; this appointment superseding his previous appointment. December 6, 1917 . Pike, C. E., Assistant in Physics, at a salary of seventy-five dollars 75 a month, from November 1, 1917, to June 30, 1918; this appointment superseding his previous appointment. November 12, 1917 . Powers, J. H., Instructor in the U. S. School of Military Aeronautics, at a salary of one hundred twenty-five dollars 125 a... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1918: ...ivil Service Commission; this appointment superseding her previous appointment. October 17, 1917 . Walker, Marjorie L., Assistant in English, on one-half time, from November 20, 1917, to June 30, 1918, at a salary of sixty dollars 60 a month. November 17, 1917 . Wallace, F. M., Clerk in the office of the Academic Board of the U. S. School of Military Aeronautics, at a salary of sixty dollars 60 a ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1918: ...gart, Professor Olmstead was appointed curator until further notice. COOPERATIVE MINING INVESTIGATIONS 3 A copy of the agreement for cooperative mining investigations for the year ending June 30, 1918. AN AGREEMENT between the United States Bureau of Mines, the State Geological Survey Division of the State of Illinois, and the Engineering Experiment Station of the University of Illinois 1. The Uni... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1918: ...rposes and to such other investigations as may be assigned to it from time to time by the Director of the Bureau, and will, ,1917 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 63I during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1918, expend in the work of this station a sum approximating 10,570, including salaries, equipment, supplies, and expenses of such of the Bureau's employees as shall be assigned to this work. 3. The Unive... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1918: ...ven to one person. 10. The employees of the Bureau will not teach in the University nor will their names appear as members of the faculty. 11. This agreement, unless renewed, will expire June 30, 1918. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, The said parties by their duly authorized officers have hereunto set their hands in triplicate this 3d day of November, 1917. VAN H. MANNING E. J. EGAN Witness Director, United S... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1918: ...al of the Board, the assignrrient of Professor A. W. Nolan of the College of Agriculture to service with the State Board for Vocational Education for the period ffoni January 1, 1 18, to June 30, 1918, with the understanding that While Professor Nolan follows the directions of the State Board for Vocational Education, he has not lost his dMcial connection with the University, which p a s his salar... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1918: ...Secretary presented for record the following list of appointments made by the President of the University. Allen, James, Typist in the Library, on one-half time, from January 1, 1918, to June 30, 1918, at a salary of twenty-seven and one-half dollars 27.50 a month. January 5, 1918 . Babcock, K. C, Director of the Summer Session of 1918, without salary. January 21, 1918 . The date in parenthesis is... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1918: ...r in Medicine, from January 1, 1918, to Au gust 31, 1918, without salary. January 24, 1918 . Birdsall, C. G., Shelf Assistant in the Library, on one-third time, from February 1, 1918, to June 30, 1918, at a salary of eighteen and one-third dollars 18.33 a'month. January 25, 1918 . Bockius, Doris E., Graduate Assistant in Chemistry, for five months beginning February 1, 1918, at a salary of thirty ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1918: ...ifty dollars 50 a month. January 30, 1918 . Braham, J. M., Research and Teaching Assistant in Chemistry, on part time, at a salary of eighty dollars 80 a month, from February 1, 1918, to June 30, 1918; this appointment superseding his previous appointment. January 26, 1918 . fBrigham, M. H., Instructor in the United States School of Military Aeronautics, at a salary of one hundred twenty-five doll... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1918: ..., and continuing until further notice; this appointment superseding his previous appointment. January 12, 1918 . Bullock, D. M., Assistant in Athletic Training, from December 1, 1917, to June 30, 1918, at a salary of sixty dollars 60 a month. December 24, 191 . Chisholm, Walter, Instructor in Gunnery in the United States School of Military Aeronautics, at a salary of one hundred twenty-five dollar... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1918: ...ntinuing until further notice, subject to the rules of the Civil Service Commission, December 13, 1917 . Ellis, C. L., Instructor in General Engineering Drawing, from January 1, 1918, to June 30, 1918, at a salary of one hundred dollars 100 a m o n t h ; this appointment superseding his previous appointment. December 27, 1917 . Evans, D. G., Instructor in Airplanus in the United States School of M... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1918: ... and continuing until further notice, subject to the rules of the Civil Service Commission. January 16, 1918 . Frain, Nellie, Artist in the department of anatomy from January 1, 1918, to June 30, 1918, at a salary of forty dollars 40 a month. December 24, 1917 . Frary, H. D., Assistant in Mathematics, on part time, for the first semester of the present academic year, at a salary of forty dollars 4... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1918: ...onth. January 17, 1918 . Appointment made by Vice-President Kinley. ,I9l8 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 675 Funk, Ruth S., Assistant in Bacteriology, on one-half time, from January 20, 1918, to June 30, 1918, at a salary of fifty dollars 50 a month. January 19, 1918 . Gaynor, Gertrude G., Clerk in the department of architecture, at a salary of fifty dollars 50 a month, beginning when she reports for duty... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1918: ...dred dollars 100 a month, beginning January 1, 1918, and continuing until further notice. December 28, 1917 . Goodman, Byne, Assistant in History, on part time, from February 1, 1918, to June 30, 1918, at a salary of seventy dollars 70 a month. January 18, 1918 . Grennan, John, Instructor in Foundry Practise and Management, from February 1, 1918, to August 31, 1918, at a salary of one hundred fift... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1918: ...previously allowed. January 17, 1918 . Appointment made by Vice-President Kinley. ,I918 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 677 Latzer, Irma, Assistant in Household Science, from February 1, 1918, to June 30, 1918, at a salary of one hundred dollars 100 a month. December 28, 1917 . Lee, A. R., Clerk in the President's Office, at a salary of one hundred twenty dollars 120 a month, beginning January 1, 1918, and... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1918: ...ng his previous appointment. December 15, 1917 . Little, R. F., Assistant in Business Law, on part time, at a salary of three hundred dollars 300 for the period from February 1, 1918, to June 30, 1918. February 11, 1918 . Littrell, D. B., Student Assistant in General Engineering Drawing, on part time, from February 1', 1918, to June 30, 1918, at a salary of thirty dollars 30 a month. January 25, 1... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1918: ...00 for the period from February 1, 1918, to June 30, 1918. February 11, 1918 . Littrell, D. B., Student Assistant in General Engineering Drawing, on part time, from February 1', 1918, to June 30, 1918, at a salary of thirty dollars 30 a month. January 25, 1918 . Lovewell, Gladys, Assistant in Physical Training for Women, from January 1, 1918, to July 1, 1918, at a salary of sixty dollars 60 a mont... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1918: ...t. January 19, 1918 . McCaughey, W. F., Instructor in Architectural Design, at a salary of one hundred thirty dollars 130 a month, beginning when he reports for duty and continuing until June 30, 1918. December 14, 1917 . McDougle, Verne, Instructor in the Gunnery Department of the United States School of Military Aeronautics, at a salary of one hundred dollars 100 a month, beginning January 3, 19... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1918: ...18 . Nolan, A. W., Assistant Professor in the College of Agriculture and Agricultural Experiment Station, at a salary of thirty-six hundred dollars 3,600 a year, from January 1, 1918, to June 30, 1918; one-half to be paid by the Illinois Board for Vocational Education; this appointment superseding his previous appointment. February 1, 1918 . Nyberg, Florence A., Clerk in the department of mining e... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1918: ...the rules of the Civil Service Commission. December 24, 1917 . Quiring, D. P., Assistant in Zoology, on part time, at a salary of thirtyfive dollars 35 a month, from February 1, 1918, to June 30, 1918; this appointment superseding his previous appointment. February 14, 1918 . Rayson, E. C. Assistant in Accountancy, on part time, to teach eight hours a week, from February 1, 1918, to July 1, 1918, ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1918: ...ointment. January 19, 1918 . Seabright, J. E., Instructor in Ceramic Engineering, at a salary of one hundred dollars 100 a month, beginning when he reports for duty, and continuing until June 30, 1918. December 24, 1917 . Shaddock, R. E., Student Shelf Assistant in the Library, on two-thirds time, at a salary of thirty-six and two-thirds dollars 36.66 a month, from February 1, 1918, to August 31, ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1918: ...ugust 31, 1918, without salary. January 24, 1918 . Stearn, A. E., Part-time research assistant and teaching assistant, at a salary of eighty dollars 80 a month, from February 1, 1918, to June 30, 1918. January 26, 1918 . Steele, D. A. K., Professor of Surgery, Emeritus, in, the College of Medicine for the academic year 1917-1918, without salary. January 21, 1918 . Steimley, L. L., Assistant in Mat... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1918: ...lary. January 21, 1918 . Steimley, L. L., Assistant in Mathematics, on one-half time, at a salary of two hundred fifty dollars 250 , for the period beginning February 1, 1918, and ending June 30, 1918. January 17, 1918 . Stein, E d n a M., Typist in the Dispensary of the College of Medicine, at a salary of fifty dollars 50 a month, beginning December 1, 1917, and continuing until further notice, s... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1918: ...y 14, 1918 . Taylor, M. D., Student Shelf Assistant in the Library, at a salary of eighteen and one-third dollars 18.33 a month, on one-third time, beginning February 1, 1918, and ending June 30, 1918. January 25, 1918 . Vaubel, Daniel, Stenographer in the United States School of Military Aeronautics, at a salary of sixty dollars 60 a month, beginning when he reports for work, and continuing until... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1918: ...ollars 1700 a year. February 1, 1918 . Wilson, W . C , Assistant in Chemistry, on one-half time, at a salary of fifty dollars 50 a month, beginning December 1, 1917, and continuing until June 30, 1918; this appointment superseding his previous appointment. December 13, 1917 . Wood, C. A., Professor of Ophthalmology, Emeritus, in the College of Medicine, for the academic year 1917-18, without salar... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1918: ...n Shop Practise and Management in the department of mechanical engineering, at a salary of one hundred fifty dollars 150 a month, beginning when he reports for duty and contin ting until June 30, 1918. March 1, 1918 . ,19 8 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 731 Hardinger, P. M., Student Assistant in operative work in surgery in the College of Medicine, to give six hours' service a week for sixteen weeks, at ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1918: ...ce a week at a salary of one hundredfifty dollars 150 for the second semester. February 25, 1918 . Kempton, F . E., Assistant in Botany, on three-fourths time, from February 23, 1918, to June 30, 1918, at a salary of ninety dollars a month March 1, 1918 . Kohl, Hilda, Student Assistant in Psychology, on part time, for five months beginning- February 1, 1918, at a salary of thirty-five dollars 35 a... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1918: March i to June 30, 1918. This appointment supersedes his previous appointment (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1918: ...urs' service a week for sixteen weeks at a compensation of fifty cents .50 an hour. February 25, 1918 . Spencer, E. R., Assistant in Botany, on one-half time, from. February 23, 1918, to June 30, 1918, at a salary of fifty dollars 50 a month. March 1, 1918 . Stallard, H., Graduate Assistant in Anatomy Zoology in the College of Medicine, at a salary of one hundred dollars 100 for the second semeste... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1918: ...T JAMES The Secretary presented also for record the following list of appointments made by the President of the University: Arnold, Rossleene M., Assistant in Chemistry, from April 1, to June 30, 1918, at a salary of fifty dollars 50 a m o n t h ; this appointment superseding her previous appointment. April 11, 1918 . Atwood, C , Assistant State Leader in Smith-Lever work, at a salary of twenty-on... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1918: ...ntil further notice; this appointment superseding his previous appointment. March 16, 1918 . Ericson, Edna P., Technician in Chemistry, in the College of Medicine, from March 5, 1918, to June 30, 1918, at a salary of fifty dollars 50 a month. March 16, 1918 . Evans, D. G., Instructor in Airplanes in the United States School of Military Aeronautics, at a salary of one hundred twenty-five dollars 12... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1918: ...0 a month government pay as enlisted man beginning May 9, 1918. ,1918 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 775 at a salary of fifty dollars 50 a month, beginning December 1, 1917, and continuing until June 30, 1918. December 10, 19.17 . Schweickhard, D. M., Instructor in Gunnery in the United States School of Military Aeronautics, at a salary of one hundred twenty-five dollars 125 a month, beginning May 1, 1918... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1918: ...of its employees, and of those investigations which are not a part of this agreement. 6. Each party will submit to the others semi-annual statements of expenditures, dated December 30 and June 30, for work relating to Illinois. 7. All records of the progress, status, or results of the cooperative work relating solely to the State of Illinois, including all reports and papers, will be freely access... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1918: ...en 60 days prior to January 1st each year, it is to be assumed by the Association that the University will exercise its option. On the other hand the University may terminate its lease on June 30th of any year by giving notice to the Association 60 days prior to that date. The University is to operate and maintain the building and fixtures as to use resulting from occupancy, but not as to ordinary... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1918: ...sity to render vouchers to the Government only after men are graduated or discharged. This statement shows the amount accrued on account of men whose work was only partially completed at June 30, 1918. This report was received for record. PROFESSOR McKENZlE DETAILED TO AMERICAN UNION IN EUROPE UNIVERSITY 23 A request from the American University Union in Europe that the University give Professor K... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1918: ...tal estimated income Total estimated expenditure Balance ESTIMATED I. Balance July 1, 1918 AND EXPENDITURE 3,242,345.26 3,239,793.88 2,551.38 INCOME Free balance of unappropriated income June 30, 1918, including Agricultural balances subject to re-appropriation 26,430.87. 191,656.91 II. Federal Sources 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. III. Endowment fund Morrill fund Nelson fund Hatch fund Adams fund Smith-Lever... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1918: ...ssion. June 21, 1918 . Moses, Marj'orie, Typist in the Department of Pharmacology in the ICollege of Medicine, at a salary of fifty dollars 50 a month, beginning May 13, 1918, and ending June 30, 1918, subject to the rules of the Civil Service Commission. May 2 y 1918 . Appointment made by Vice-President Kinley. ,I9I8 U N I V E R S I T Y OF I L L I N O I S 8r Olewine, J. H., Assistant in Chemistry... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1918: ... for the period from April 29, 1918 to June 15, 1918. June 28, 1918 . Powell, A. R., Assistant in Chemistry, at a salary of seventy-five dollars. 75 a month, beginning March 1 and ending June 30, 1918, this appointment superseding his previous appointment. March 28, 1918 . Putnam, W. J., Instructor in Theoretical and Applied Mechanics at a, compensation of two hundred twenty-five dollars 225 for t... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1918: ...This appointment superseding his previous appointment. April 22, 1919 . COMPTROLLER'S REPORT The Secretary presented also for record the report of the Comptroller for the quarters ending June 30, 1918, and March 31,1919. ,SUMMARY OF RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS AS AT JUNE 30,1918 Balances July 1,'17 , Receipts Schedule 2 State Revenue DisburseSchedule 3 B a l a n c e s Items Totals University Treasu... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1918: ...OLLER'S REPORT The Secretary presented also for record the report of the Comptroller for the quarters ending June 30, 1918, and March 31,1919. ,SUMMARY OF RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS AS AT JUNE 30,1918 Balances July 1,'17 , Receipts Schedule 2 State Revenue DisburseSchedule 3 B a l a n c e s Items Totals University Treasurer General United States Agricultural Experiment Station United States Smith-... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1918: ...f Chemistry Stores. Overdraft. fRepresented by stock inventory and accounts in process. See Schedule 32. ,1919 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS Schedule 2 CASH RECEIPTS FOR THE TWELVE MONTHS ENDED JUNE 30, 1918 351 Current Income General Fund, Schedule 21 United States Funds Adams Fund Hatch Fund Smith-Lever Fund Revolving Funds Stores Fund, Schedule 32 Trusts Fund, Schedule 33 Total, Schedule 1 865,870.67 ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1918: ...997.51 2,344.97 6,919.59 tBalances carried forward to cover. Overdraft. JIncludes free balance. ,1919 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 363 Income From U. S. Government for tuition to and including June 30, 1918 From autograph photographs .;.., From sub-lease of quarters in Illinois Union Building From return of cement sacks From property damaged From ornaments SUMMARY OF INCOME AND EXPENDITURES SCHOOL OF MI... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1918: ...in Illinois Union Building From return of cement sacks From property damaged From ornaments SUMMARY OF INCOME AND EXPENDITURES SCHOOL OF MILITARY AERONAUTICS UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AS AT JUNE 30, 1918 135,271.54 329.55 17.93 81.10 43.00 25.50 497.08 135,768.62 Expenditures Actual disbursements for all departments in full to June 30, 1918 as per Schedule 2: Services and supplies for instruction Ope... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1918: ...LITARY AERONAUTICS UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AS AT JUNE 30, 1918 135,271.54 329.55 17.93 81.10 43.00 25.50 497.08 135,768.62 Expenditures Actual disbursements for all departments in full to June 30, 1918 as per Schedule 2: Services and supplies for instruction Operation and maintenance of buildings used byschool Building reconstruction Gymnasium Annex Addition Excess of disbursements over income as a... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1918: ...e 2: Services and supplies for instruction Operation and maintenance of buildings used byschool Building reconstruction Gymnasium Annex Addition Excess of disbursements over income as at June 30, 1918 Encumbrances Printing, binding and covering technical notes General Expense Gymnasium Annex Fencing and gate Moving and repairing office equipment Erecting tents Plumbing Barracks No. 2 Printing job ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1918: ... 46.18 42,184.73 12,537.01 22.9 1,754.02 1.40 1,755.42 10,781.59 Surplus from operation . A. Alteration and Equipment Expenditures Equipment purchased Equipment ordered Total Net surplus June 30, 1918 ncome Students' meals Officers'meals Rent of barber shop Total Expenses Food purchased Less: Closing inventory Food used Wages Superintendence Laundry Operating supplies Gas Water, heat, light and po... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1918: ...8.86 15,977.06 25.7 ,366 BOARD OF TRUSTEES Schedule 3174 Continued May 16, Alteration and Equipment Expenditures Equipment purchased Equipment purchased from Y. M. C. A Total Net surplus June 30, 1918 Schedule 318 STATEMENT OF THE ACCOUNTS FOR PHYSICAL PLANT AS AT JUNE 30, 1918 Appropriations and DisburseEncumbrancesf Credits ments Extension Unassigned Coal Storage Fire Protection Grounds Telephon... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1918: ...eration and Equipment Expenditures Equipment purchased Equipment purchased from Y. M. C. A Total Net surplus June 30, 1918 Schedule 318 STATEMENT OF THE ACCOUNTS FOR PHYSICAL PLANT AS AT JUNE 30, 1918 Appropriations and DisburseEncumbrancesf Credits ments Extension Unassigned Coal Storage Fire Protection Grounds Telephone Heating and Ventilating Lighting and Electiic Power Water Tools and Equipmen... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1918: ... Treasurer under Smith-Hughes Act.. Total Available Income for Year 1917-18 appropriations per Appropriation Account Schedule 7 , Less: Lapsed Balances Schedule 31 Unappropriated Income, June 30, 1918 Schedule 7 APPROPRIATIONS ACCOUNT AS AT JUNE 30,1918 Balance forward July 1, 1917 to meet outstanding e n c u m b r a n c e s . . . . . . . . . . Chemistry Stores inventory transferred from Chemistry... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1918: ...ncome for Year 1917-18 appropriations per Appropriation Account Schedule 7 , Less: Lapsed Balances Schedule 31 Unappropriated Income, June 30, 1918 Schedule 7 APPROPRIATIONS ACCOUNT AS AT JUNE 30,1918 Balance forward July 1, 1917 to meet outstanding e n c u m b r a n c e s . . . . . . . . . . Chemistry Stores inventory transferred from Chemistry department to Stores System and credited to Chemistr... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1918: ...161.,700.00 131,545.92 Other Cash Receipts credited to appropriations Sale of Smith Farms Sale of McKinley Securities Miscellaneous Appropriation for McKinley Hospital to cover income to June 30, 1918 Less: Unassigned balance in Medicine and Dentistry Budget appropriation lapsed Less: Transferred to reserve for construction of buildings from donations Total appropriations and credits per schedule ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1918: ...raining. Wire amount necessary to completely reimburse University for all expenditures School of Military Aeronautics to end of June. KENLY ,I9I8 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 25 Our accounts at June 30, including both the school and the mess show standing as per the inclosed summary of finances. You will observe that an item for accrued tuition amounting to 28,775.00 is included in this statement, an an... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1918: ... M. C. A. against rent from Jan. 1, 1918 at 375.00 per month; balance June 30, 1918 6,832.89 Surplus June 30, 1918 159,090.91 5,015-17 . Mess Income: Received Vouchered against Government June 30 Expenditures Operation Equipment Surplus June 30, 1918 Total Surplus June 30, 1918, exclusive of General University Administration, depreciation of buildings and equipment, or loss of normal ineome . . ..... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1918: 2 Total, June 30 Income Students' meals Officers' meals Total Expenses Food purchased Less inventory Food used Wages Superintendence Operating supplies Laundry Gas Water, heat, light, and power Depreciation of equipment M... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1918: ... have been made out of the general funds of the University, which have been greatly depleted as a result. They will of course be reimbursed as the year progresses, until fully restored by June 30 next, provided the S. A. T. C. continues to that time. This statement also shows the net balance due the University to cover all expenditures at this date, 174,630. Schedule 2 Summary of Expenditures for ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1918: .... The present contract with the Government provides for the payment of 1.00 per day per man. As will be seen from this statement if the S. A. T. C. is continued at its present strength to June 30, the University will be fully reimbursed for its expenses. If, however, there is any material reduction in numbers or additional reconstruction or alterations required by the War Department, the expense p... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1918: continues to June 30, the net amount of deficit on account of the Chicago unit will be 2,641.80. Cordially yours, LLOYD MOREY Financial Summary Actual Expenditures Armory Reconstruction and Equipment complete For Mess For Bar... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1918: ... people killed in railway accidents annually would be killed anyway. It is a remarkable fact that if there hadnot been a single accident to a train in the United States in the year ended June 30, 1918, niaety-two percent of all the people who were killed on our steam railways would have been killed anyway. That means that for every person kijbled in a train accident there are over 12 killed in oth... (Dedication - Transportation Building Dedication Addresses)
  • 1918: ...y 23, 1917, provides for the promotion of vocational education and the preparation of teachers of vocational subjects. By this act the Federal Government appropriated for the year ending June 30, 1918, the sum of 500,000 and for each succeeding year up to and including that ending June 30, 1925, a sum exceeding by 250,000 the appropriation of the next preceding year. Beginning July 1, 1925, the su... (Book - 16 Years (Edmund James))
  • 1918: , June 30, 1918, p. 64 ,60 Sixteen Tears at the University of Illinois thence E 80 rods, thence N on the half section line to the place of beginning, containing 53-13 20 acres, more or less, the same being so much o... (Book - 16 Years (Edmund James))
  • 1918: ... in substantial additions to the number of volumes owned, is indicated by the fact that whereas there were but 66,239 books on the shelves of the Library in 1904, the number had risen by June 30, 1918, to 387,999 volumes,2 an increase of over 485 per cent for the fourteen year period. A very complete account of the development of the Library during this period is given in the following statement b... (Book - 16 Years (Edmund James))
  • 1918: ...t amount. The result has been a rapid in crease in the size of the Library. Numbering 70,000 volumes in 1904, in 1918 this has been increased fivefold; to be exact, to 387.999 volumes on June 30, 1918. The sums actually ex- ,100 Sixtwi Ytors ai tkt University of Illinois ponded for books during tho last six years have boon approximately as follows: 1918-18, ... . 40,000 1918 14 00,000 1914-16 58,0... (Book - 16 Years (Edmund James))
  • 1918: ...s enrolled in all about 120 students, the majority of whom promptly enlisted in the Federal service after completing this work.47 The most extensive military instruction undertaken up to June 30, 1918, was that given in the School of Military Aeronautics, the organization of which was authorized by the Board of Trustees on May 1, 1917. The University had already begun work in this field, having es... (Book - 16 Years (Edmund James))
  • 1919: ...e-third might be met out of the revenue of the second year of the biennium. The other two-thirds would have to be carried over into the first year of the following biennium, July 1, 1917-June 30, 1919. It is to be noted, also, that great care must be exercised in assigning the expenditures authorized by the Board to the various State and Federal funds, in order to forestall serious complications a... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1916)
  • 1919: ...g September 1, 1917, at a salary of one hundred twenty dollars 120 a month. May 21, 1917 . Bacon, A. T., Member of the Board of Examiners in Accountancy to fill the unexpired term ending June 30, 1919, of Mr. C, M. DeLany. May 29, 1917 . tBurt, H. J., Research Fellow in Ceramic Engineering in the Engineering Experiment Station, for two years beginning September 1, 1917, with a stipendium of five h... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1919: ...au, it is recommended that a Director be appointed at a salary of 4,500 a year, and that an appropriation of 9,000 be made for the equipment and expense of the Bureau for the year ending June 30, 1919, such appropriation covering permanent equipment, clerical service, printing, and incidentals. It was also recommended that the President of the University be given authority to appoint Doctor Burdet... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1919: ...Aeronautics, Commandant, School of Military Aeronautics, University of Illinois, Urbana, Illinois. Contract for maintenance of a School of Military Aeronautics for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1919. 1. Attached hereto are five copies of a proposed form of agreement between the United States of America and University of Illinois for ,19 81 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 811 the maintenance of a' School ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1919: ...States of America and University of Illinois for ,19 81 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 811 the maintenance of a' School of Military Aeronautics for the period commencing July I, 1918, and ending June 30, 1919. 2. It is requested that you take up the matter of the execution of this contract with the University of Illinois. If the contract in its present form is satisfactory to the University, you are reque... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1919: ...d such other subjects as may be designated by the Office of the Director of Military Aeronautics. ARTICLE III. The contractor shall, during the period commencing July 1, 1918, and ending June 30, 1919, give ground training in the subjects mentioned n Article II to officers and enlisted men of the United States Army, ,8l2 BOARD OF TRUSTEES June I I , designated for such training by the Office of th... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1919: 24,1918, to June 30,1919, at 60 C. S. .. Ethel E. Watson, Clerk C. S. Grace Conklin, Stenographer, Purchasing Agent Department C. S. ... George Tomz 3 , Printer C. S. Arthur Forsyth 3 , Carpenter C. S. Eric Froberg, Head Jan... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: ...on part time, for three months, beginning October 1, 1918, at a salary of forty dollars 40 a month. September 19, 1918 . Turnquist, E. N., Assistant in Physics, from September 18,1918, to June 30,1919, at a salary of one hundred dollars 100 a month. September 18, 1918 . Usher, Susannah, Special Lecturer in Marketing,from September 15,1918, to January 31, 1919, at a salary of two hundred dollars 20... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: ..., Mary, Nurse in the Dispensary of the College of Medicine, at a salary of seventy dollars 70 a month, beginning October 3, 1918, and continuing until further notice, but not longer than June 30, 1919, subject to the rules of the Civil Service Commission. October 28, 1918 . Barrickman, Laura, Assistant Dietitian in the University Hospital, at a salary of one hundred dollars 100 a month, and meals,... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: ..., beginning October 1, 1918, without salary. October 14,1918 . Clements, Esther, Assistant in Accountancy, at a salary of one thousand dollars 1000 for the period from November 1,1918, to June 30,1919. November 18,1918 . Cobb, W. H., Assistant in the Office of the Dean of Men, at a salary of seventyfive dollars 75 a month, beginning October 1, 1918. October 11, 1918 . Crawshaw, F. D., President of... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: ...ect to the rules of the Civil Service Commission. October 25, 1918 . Omansky, S., Student Assistant in General Engineering Drawing in the College of Engineering, from October 1, 1918, to June 30, 1919, on one-half time, at a salary of thirty dollars 30 a month. October 9, 1918 . fParkinson, Nellie M., Technician in Pathology and Bacteriology in the College of Medicine, for ten months, at a salary ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: ...tment was authorized. COOPERATIVE A G R E E M E N T 7 The text of a proposed agreement between the United States Bureau of Mines and the University of Illinois for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1919. AGREEMENT between the United States Bureau of Mines, the State Geological Survey Division of the State of Illinois, and the Engineering Experiment Station of the University of Illinois. The United S... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: ...t station devoted to the above purposes and to such other investigations as may be assigned to it from time to time by the Director of the Bureau, and will, during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1919, ,1919 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 211 expend in the work of this station a sum approximating 9,510, and as nearly as feasible in accordance with the supplemental agreement which is attached hereto and ma... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: ...es of the Bureau will not teach in the University nor will their names appear as members of the faculty. ,212 10. BOARD OF TRUSTEES January 8, This agreement, unless renewed, will expire June 30, 1919. I N WITNESS WHEREOF, The said parties by their duly authorized officers have hereunto set their hands this 6th day of November, 1918. VAN H. MANNING, Director, United States Bureau of Mines WITNESSE... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: ...of two hundred fifty dollars 250 a month. December 12, 1918. Anderson, Chester R., Graduate Scholar in English, with a stipendium of twentyfive dollars 25 a month, from January 1,1919, to June 30,1919. January 18,1919. Anderson, Harriet, Student Assistant in Psychology, for six months, beginning January 1, 1919, at a salary of ten dollars 10 a month. December 21, 1918. Anderson, Harriet, Student A... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: ...sation of fifty cents an hour. January 27, 1919. Babbitt, H. E., Associate in Municipal and Sanitary Engineering, at a salary of two hundred dollars 200 a month, from February 1, 1919, to June 30,1919. January 29, 1919. Bayley, P. L., Fellow in Physics, with a stipendium of forty-five dollars 45 a month, from January 1, 1919, to June 30, 1919. December 19, 1918. Benedict, B. W., Director of the Sh... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: ...lars 200 a month, from February 1, 1919, to June 30,1919. January 29, 1919. Bayley, P. L., Fellow in Physics, with a stipendium of forty-five dollars 45 a month, from January 1, 1919, to June 30, 1919. December 19, 1918. Benedict, B. W., Director of the Shop Laboratories in Mechanical Engineering, at a salary of thirty-five hundred dollars 3,500 a year, beginning January 1, 1919. December 20, 1918... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: ...uary 1, 1919. December 20, 1918. Bennett, E. C , Military Instructor in the R. O. T. C. Unit under the direction of the Professor of Military Science and Tactics from January 1, 1919, to June 30, 1919, at a salary of one hundred dollars 100 for the period. February 6, 1919. Berdahl, C. A., Fellow in Political Science, with a stipendium of forty-five dollars 45 a month, from January 1, 1919, to Jun... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: ...ary of one hundred dollars 100 for the period. February 6, 1919. Berdahl, C. A., Fellow in Political Science, with a stipendium of forty-five dollars 45 a month, from January 1, 1919, to June 30, 1919. December 19, 1918. Beverlin, Mayme H., Clerk in the Department of Electrical Engineering, at a salary of fifty-five dollars 55 a month, beginning December 1, 1918, and continuing until further notic... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: ...rvice Commission. January 16,1919. Bliss, S. W., Military Instructor in the R. O. T. C. Unit under the direction of the Professor of Military Science and Tactics from January 1, 1919, to June 30, 1919, at a salary of one hundred dollars 100 for the period. February 6, 1919. Borden, R. F., Instructor in Mathematics, for ten months, beginning September 1,1918, at a salary of fourteen hundred dollars... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: ...tant in Chemistry, from January 22,1919, to June 30,1919, at a salary of one hundred dollars 100 a month. January 27, 1919. Brown, P. H., Assistant in Economics, from January 1, 1919, to June 30, 1919, at a salary of one hundred twenty dollars 120 a month. January 27, 1919. Brunson, A. M., Associate in Plant Breeding, in College of Agriculture and the Agricultural Experiment Station at a salary of... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: ...January 1, 1919. December 26, 1918. Buck, H. P., Military Instructor in the R. O. T. C. Unit under the direction of the Professor of Military Science and Tactics from January 1, 1919, to June 30, 1919, at a salary of one hundred dollars 100 for the period. February 6, 1919. Burwash, Mary G., Assistant in the Agricultural Library, at a salary of eleven hundred dollars 1100 a year, beginning October... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: ... from January 1, 1919, to August 31,1919, on two-thirds time, at a salary of forty dollars 40 a month. December 12, 1918. Chiles, H. M., Assistant in Chemistry, from January 10, 1919, to June 30, 1919, on one-half time, at a salary of fifty dollars 50 a month. January 16, 1919. Christman, A. A., Graduate Assistant in Chemistry, for six months, beginning January 1, 1919, at a salary of thirty dolla... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: ...ary 1, 1919, at a salary of sixty dollars 60 a month. January 27, 1919. Davis, R. LeF., Fellow in Education, with a stipendium of thirty-five dollars 35 a month, from January 1, 1919, to June 30, 1919. January 4, 1919. Dawson, R. H., Student Assistant in Chemistry, for six months, beginning January 1, 1919, at a salary of ten dollars 10 a month. December 21, 1918. Day, H. W., Assistant in Olericul... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: ... hundred dollars 100 a month, beginning December 17, 1918, and continuing until further notice. January 2, 1919. Deahl, Neulon, Graduate Assistant in Chemistry, from January 13, 1919, to June 30, 1919, at a salary of thirty dollars 30 a month. January 16, 1919. Dice, L. R., Assistant in Zoology, at a salary of sixty dollars 60 a month, beginning February 17, 1919, or as soon as he reports for duty... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: ...until July 1, 1919. March 5, 1919. Downs, M. D., Military Instructor in the R, O. T. C. Unit under the direction of the Professor of Military Science and Tactics from January 1, 1919, to June 30, 1919, at a salary of one hundred dollars 100 for the period. February 6, 1919. Edington, W. E., Assistant in Mathematics, for six months, on one-half time, beginning January 1, 1919, at a salary of sixty ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: ... 1, 1919, at a salary of sixty dollars 60 a month. December 26, 1918. Edwards, H. H., Assistant in the Highway Laboratory in the Department of Civil Engineering, from January 1, 1919, to June 30, 1919, at a salary of one hundred twenty-five dollars 125 a month. December 21, 1918. Edwards, H. M., Purchasing Agent in the Business Office, at a salary of eighteen hundred dollars 1,800 a year, beginnin... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: ...19 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 247 Einbrecker, W. F., Military Instructor in the R. O. T. C. Unit under the direction of the Professor of Military Science and Tactics from January 1, 1919, to June 30, 1919, at a salary of one hundred dollars 100 for the period. February 6, 1919. Emmel, V. E., Associate Professor of Anatomy in the College of Medicine, for one year, beginning January 1, 1919, at a salary... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: ...ry 1,1919, at a salary of sixty dollars 60 a month. January 27,1919. Erffmeyer, C. E., Scholar in Education, with a stipendium of twenty-five dollars 25 a month, from January 1, 1919, to June 30, 1919. December 19, 1918. Faxon, D. E., Student Assistant in Anatomy in the College of Medicine, to give eight hours' service a week for four and one-half weeks at a compensation of fifty cents an hour. Ja... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: ...918, and continuing until further notice; subject to the rules of the Civil Service Commission. December 2, 1918. Fleming, D. F., Scholar in Political Science, from February 17, 1919, to June 30, 1919, with a stipendium of twenty-five dollars 25 a month. February 20, 1919. Flinn, Marie, Technical Assistant in Chemistry, in the Department of Physiology and Physiological Chemistry in the College of ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: ...s, at a compensation of fifty cents an hour. January 27, 1919. Frison, T. H., Graduate Scholar in Entomology with a stipendium of twenty-five dollars 25 a month, from January 1, 1919, to June 30, 1919. January 18, 1919. Fulton, R. E., Jr., Military Instructor in the R. O. T. C. Unit under the direction of the Professor of Military Science and Tactics from January 1, 1919, to June 30,1919, at a sal... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: ...e 30, 1919. January 18, 1919. Fulton, R. E., Jr., Military Instructor in the R. O. T. C. Unit under the direction of the Professor of Military Science and Tactics from January 1, 1919, to June 30,1919, at a salary of one hundred dollars 100 for the period. February 6,1919. ,248 BOARD O F T R U S T E E S March 11, Gager, Gertrude D., Assistant in Romance Languages, for three months, on extra part-t... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: ...0, at a salary of eighteen hundred dollars 1800 a year. December 2, 1918. Gerke, R. H., Scholar in Chemistry, with a stipendium of twenty-five dollars 25 a month, from January 1,1919, to June 30, 1919. December 23, 1918. Gerke, R. H., Assistant in Chemistry, for three months, beginning March 31, 1919, at a salary of fifty dollars 50 a month; this appointment superseding his previous appointment. M... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: ...alary of one hundred five dollars 105 a month. January 16, 1919. Gooch, W. I., Scholar in Political Science, with a stipendium of twenty-five dollars 25 a month, from January 1, 1919, to June 30, 1919. December 26, 1918. Graham, Robert, Professor of Animal Pathology in the College of Agriculture and Chief in Animal Pathology in the Agricultural Experiment Station, at a salary of two hundred sixty-... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: ... 1919, on two-thirds time, at a salary of thirty-six dollars and sixty-six cents 36.66 a month. January 27, 1919. Gwinn, P. C , Graduate Assistant in Chemistry, from February 5, 1919, to June 30, 1919, at a salary of thirty dollars 30 a month. February 13, 1919. ,1919 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 249 Hallin, J. C , Laborer in the Boiler Room, in the College of Medicine, ata salary of twenty dollars 20 a... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: ...second semester, beginning February 1, 1919, without salary. February 13, 1919. Higgins, G. M., Fellow in Zoology, with a stipendium of forty dollars 40 a month, from January 1, 1919, to June 30, 1919. January 4, 1919. Hillebrand, H. N., Associate in English, from January 24, 1919, to August 31, 1919, at a salary of one hundred fifty dollars 150 a month. January 27, 1919. Holinger, Jacques, Instru... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: ... 175 a month. January 21, 1919. Holtzman, H. H., Military Instructor in the R. O. T. C. Unit under the direction of the Professor of Military Science and Tactics from January 1, 1919, to June 30, 1919, at a salary of one hundred dollars 100 for the period. February 6, 1919. Howard, C. G., Student Clerk in the Exchange Department of the Library, from February 15, 1919, to August 31, 1919, on two-th... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: ... dollars 10 a month. January 16, 1919. Hyslop, W. H., Instructor in Physics, at a salary of one hundred sixty dollars 160 a month, beginning when he reports for duty and continuing until June 30, 1919. December 21, 1918. Jenkins, H. L., Student Assistant in the School of Pharmacy, for the second semester, beginning February 1,1919, at a salary of fifty dollars 50 for the semester. February 5, 1919... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: ... Commission. December 2, 1918. Kennelley, G. S., Military Instructor in the R. O. T. C. Unit under the direction of the Professor of Military Science and Tactics from January 1, 1919, to June 30, 1919, at a salary of one hundred dollars 100 for the period. February 6, 1919. Kirner, W. R., Graduate Assistant in Chemistry, for six months, beginning January 1, 1919, at a salary of thirty dollars 30 a... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: ...one-half weeks, at a compensation of fifty cents an hour. January 27, 1919. Lantz, C. W., Fellow in Botany, with a stipendium of thirty-five dollars 35 a month, from February 1, 1919, to June 30, 1919. January 25, 1919. Lapp, C. J., Assistant in Physics, from January 3,1919, to June 30,1919, on parttime, at a salary of sixty dollars 60 a month. Januar '- 16, 1919. Larsen, J. A., Assistant in Oral ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: ...ellow in Botany, with a stipendium of thirty-five dollars 35 a month, from February 1, 1919, to June 30, 1919. January 25, 1919. Lapp, C. J., Assistant in Physics, from January 3,1919, to June 30,1919, on parttime, at a salary of sixty dollars 60 a month. Januar '- 16, 1919. Larsen, J. A., Assistant in Oral Surgery extracting in the College of Dentistry, for seven months, beginning February 1, 191... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: ...s appointment. December 6, 1918. Lorentz, R. W., Military Instructor in the R. O. T. C. Unit under the direction of the Professor of Military Science and Tactics from January 1, 1919, to June 30, 1919, at a salary of one hundred dollars, 100 for the period. February 6, 1919 . Luce, H. W., Graduate Assistant in Chemistry, beginning when he reports for duty and continuing until June 30, 1919, at a s... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: ...30, 1919, at a salary of one hundred dollars, 100 for the period. February 6, 1919 . Luce, H. W., Graduate Assistant in Chemistry, beginning when he reports for duty and continuing until June 30, 1919, at a salary of thirty dollars 30 a month. January 16, 1919. Lyon, W. R., Research Graduate Assistant in Electrical Engineering in the Engineering Experiment Station, from January 1, 1919, to June 30... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: ... salary of thirty dollars 30 a month. January 16, 1919. Lyon, W. R., Research Graduate Assistant in Electrical Engineering in the Engineering Experiment Station, from January 1, 1919, to June 30, 1919, at a stipendium of fifty dollars 50 a month. January 3, 1919. McClure, W. L., Fellow in Chemistry, with a stipendium of thirty dollars 30 a month, from February 1, 1919, to June 30, 1919. January 25... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: ...une 30, 1919, at a stipendium of fifty dollars 50 a month. January 3, 1919. McClure, W. L., Fellow in Chemistry, with a stipendium of thirty dollars 30 a month, from February 1, 1919, to June 30, 1919. January 25, 1919. McCombs, F. H., Graduate Assistant in Chemistry, for six months, beginning January 1, 1919, at a salary of thirty dollars 30 a month. January 3, 1919. McCrumb, F. R., Assistant in ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: ...istant in Chemistry, for six months, beginning January 1, 1919, at a salary of thirty dollars 30 a month. January 3, 1919. McCrumb, F. R., Assistant in Chemistry, from January 27,1919, to June 30,1919, on one-half time, at a salary of fifty dollars 50 a month. February 13, 1919. MacDonald, Gladys E., Graduate Assistant in Chemistry, from January 10,1919, to, June 30, 1919, at a salary of thirty do... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: ...y 27,1919, to June 30,1919, on one-half time, at a salary of fifty dollars 50 a month. February 13, 1919. MacDonald, Gladys E., Graduate Assistant in Chemistry, from January 10,1919, to, June 30, 1919, at a salary of thirty dollars 30 a month. January 16, 1919. ,252 BOARD OF TRUSTEES March 11, MacFarlane, W., Associate in Soil Analysis in the Agricultural Experiment Station, beginning when he repo... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: ...llars 50 a month. January 3, 1919. Mills, E. C , Military Instructor in the R. O. T. C. Unit under the direction of the Professor of Military Science and Tactics from January 1, 1919, to June 30, 1919, at a salary of one hundred dollars 100 for the period. February 6, 1919. Millar, R. W., Assistant in Chemistry, for three months, beginning April 1,1919, at a salary of fifty dollars 50 a month. Feb... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: ...us appointment, February 21, 1919. Myers, M. R., Military Instructor in the R. O. T. C. Unit under the direction of the Professor of Military Science and Tactics from January 1, 1919, to June 30, 1919, at a salary of one hundred dollars 100 for the period. February 6, 1919. Newman, Margaret J., Clerk and Stenographer in the Office of the Assistant Dean of the College of Engineering, at a salary of... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: ... six months, beginning January 1, 1919, at a salary of one hundred eighty dollars 180 a month. December 6, 1918. Quick, R. S., Scholar in Electrical Engineering, from January 20, 1919, to June 30,1919, with the stipendium of twenty-five dollars 25 a month. January 31,1919. Quigley, W. J., Assistant in Medicine in the College of Medicine, for seven months, beginning February 1, 1919, without salary... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: ...rs and sixty-six cents 166.66 a month. January 16, 1919. Roberts, Myrtle R., Lecturer in the Library School and Assistant in the Order Department of the Library, from November 5, 1918, to June 30,1919, on six-sevenths time, at a salary of one hundred dollars 100 a month. December 5, 1918. Rogers, C. C , Assistant Professor of Surgery in the College of Medicine, for one year, beginning October 1, 1... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: ...ofessor of Surgery in the College of Medicine, for one year, beginning October 1, 1918, without salary. December 6, 1918. Root, Lucie E., Assistant in Chemistry, from January 1, 1919, to June 30, 1919, on one-half time, at a salary of sixty dollars 60 a month. December 2, 1918. Rush, P. W., Student Assistant in Physiology and Physiological Chemistry in the College of Medicine, to give ten hours' s... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: ...n Chemistry, for three months, beginning April 1, 1919, at a salary of one hundred fifty dollars 150 a month. March 7, 1919. Sladek, G. E., Scholar in Ceramics, from January 20, 1919, to June 30, 1919, with a stipendium of twenty-five dollars 25 a month. January 18, 1919. Smith, Margaret M., Stenographer in the Office of the Dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, at a salary of seventy-... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: ...alary of five hundred dollars 500 for the period. January 25, 1919. Stockham, D. W., Student Assistant in Foundry Work in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, from January 1,1919, to June 30,1919, at a salary of twenty: five dollars 25 a month, January 27, 1919. Stopp, G. D., Private Secretary to the President, at a salary of one hundred fifty dollars 150 a month, beginning December 19, 1918,... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: ...eports for duty and continuing until further notice; subject to the rules of the Civil Service Commission. January 27, 1919. Uhlendorf, B. A., Fellow in German, from January 30, 1919, to June 30, 1919, with a stipendium of forty-five dollars 45 a month. January 31, 1919. Valentine, R. W., Assistant in Economics, from Janiary 1, 1919, to June 30, 1919, on one-half time, at a salary of fifty dollars... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: ... German, from January 30, 1919, to June 30, 1919, with a stipendium of forty-five dollars 45 a month. January 31, 1919. Valentine, R. W., Assistant in Economics, from Janiary 1, 1919, to June 30, 1919, on one-half time, at a salary of fifty dollars 50 a month. January 27,1919. Van Cleave, H. J., Associate in Zoology, for two years, beginning September 1, 1918, at a salary of twenty-one hundred dol... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: ...at a salary of twenty-one hundred dollars 2,100 a year; this appointment superseding his previous appointment. December 2, 1919. Vliet, E., Scholar in Chemistry, from January 1, 1919, to June 30, 1919, with a stipendium of twenty-five dollars 25 a month. December 26, 1918. Volz, E. C , Instructor and First Assistant in Olericulture in the Department of Horticulture in the College of Agriculture an... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: ...periment Station, from December 9, 1918, to August 31, 1919, at a salary of two thousand dollars 2000 a year. December 21, 1918. Wirth, F. P., Fellow in History, from January 1, 1919, to June 30, 1919, with a stipendium of thirty-five dollars 35 a month. January 4, 1919. Wold, L. A., Clerk in the Library, from January 1, 1919, to August 31, 1919, on one-half time, at a salary of thirty dollars 30 ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: ...e College of Medicine, for eleven months beginning November 1,1918, at a salary of eighty dollars 80 a month. December 5, 1918. Yuncker, T. G., Fellow in Botany, from January 1, 1919, to June 30, 1919, with a stipendium of forty-five dollars 45 a month. December 19, 1918. The Board adjourned, at 6 p. m. H. E. CUNNINGHAM R. F. GARR Secretary President EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETING, MARCH 15, 1919 A m... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: ...e and except one room and adjoining bathroom on west side of said floor, occupied by the manager of the Inn and Cafeteria, for a period of four months, beginning March 1,1919, and ending June 30, 1919, at a rental of Fifty 50 dollars per month, payable by the party of the second part monthly in advance. The party of the first part agrees to furnish heat and light for the premises occupied, and ord... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: ... as funds for the present year are concerned, it is my opinion that we can meet all cash requirements on account of contracts now placed or which may need to be placed on this building to June 30,1919. I understand that of the necessary additional contracts to be placed, a very considerable amount would not call for payments until after that date. As to letting over of contracts to complete the bu... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: ...ty dollars 50 for the quarter. May 2, 1919 . Baldwin, L. S., Instructor in General Engineering Drawing, at a salary of one hundred twenty-five dollars 125 a month, from April 1, 1919, to June 30, 1919. April 14, 1919 . Barret, C. W., Professor of Gynecology and Clinical Gynecology and Head of the Division of Gynecology in the College of Medicine, from April 2, 1919, to October 1, 1919, without sal... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: ...ion of one hundred fifty dollars 150 for the period. March 7, 1919 . Cobb, W. H., Assistant Cashier in the Business Office, on one-half time, beginning April 14,1919, and continuing until June 30,1919, at a salary of forty-five dollars 45 a month. April 16, 1919 . Cohen, S. J., Assistant in Pharmacology in the Department of Pharmacology, Materia Medica, and Therapeutics, in the College of Medicine... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: ...fortyfive dollars 45 a month, from March 24,1919, to July 1,1919. April 14,1919 . fJohnson, Olive B., Assistant in Chemistry, at a salary of fifty dollars 50 a month, from May 11,1919, to June 30,1919, on one-half time. May 13,1919 . Junkin, Delia D., Graduate Assistant in Chemistry, for three months, beginning March 31,1919, at a salary of thirty dollars 30 a month. April 14,1919 . Kampmeier, O. ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: ...her notice; subject to the rules of the Civil Service Commission. May 8, 1919 . t Ripley, L. B., Graduate Assistant in Entomology, at a salary often dollars a month from April 17,1919, to June 30,1919, on part time. April 26,1919 . Rosenbach, J. B., Assistant in Mathematics, for three months, on one-half time, at a salary of fifty dollars 50 a month, beginning April 1,1919. April 27,1919 . Rush, P... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: ...ROFESSOR BUCKWELDER 13 The resignation of Doctor F. B. Moorehead as Dean of the College of Dentistry and Professor of Oral Surgery and Pathology in the College of Dentistry to take effect June 30,1919; also the resignation of Professor Eliot Blackwelder from his position as Professor of Geology to take effect September 1, 1919, These resignations were accepted. PROPOSED REPAVING OF MATHEWS AVENUE ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: ... 19 1919 . LIST OF DEGREES CONFERRED The Secretary presented for record the following list of degrees to be conferred at the Forty-eighth Annual Commencement. SUMMARY OF DEGREES, 1919 To June 30, 1919 Degrees in the Graduate School A.M , A.M. January 8,1919 M.S M.S. March 15,1919 C.E E.E M.E Ph.D Total Baccalaureate Degrees A.B., Liberal Arts and Sciences A.B., Liberal Arts and Sciences March 15,1... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: ...x levy was 159,802.65. Out of an appropriation of 4,800,000 for the last biennium, we have, therefore, realized only 4,640,197.35. The cash balance in the hands of the state treasurer on June 30, 1919, 1,363,378.03 consisted of collections on the 1918 taxes and therefore is expendable only for appropriations for 1919-20. The University balance as of June 30 is in large measure apparent rather than... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: ...67.49 1,500.00 4,500.00 7,000.00 1,309.75 Salaries University Appropriation College. University Appropriation StationU. S. Station Adams Revolving Receipts Fund: a Balance reappropriated June 30, 1919 b Transfer from Agronomy Balance c Estimated 1919-1920 Special State Appropriation: Live Stock Biological Laboratory. Total, Animal Husbandry 67,210.00 Dairy Husbandry Expense and Equipment Universit... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: ...67,210.00 Dairy Husbandry Expense and Equipment University Appropriation College. University Appropriation Station U. S. Station Hatch . Revolving Receipts Fund: a Balance reappropriated June 30, 1919 b Estimated 1919-1920 Total, Dairy Husbandry 41,830.00 Farm Organization and Management University Appropriation College.. University Appropriation Station. Transfer from Agronomy balance June 30, 19... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: ...6,700.00 Home Economics University Appropriation College.. Smith-Hughes Reimbursement Estimated Transfer from Agronomy balance.. Revolving Receipts Fund College: a Balance Reappropriated June 30, 1919 b Estimated Receipts 1919-20: Home Economics Cafeteria Totals, Home Economics28,670.00 Horticulture University Appropriation College.. University Appropriation Station: Horticulture . .. Floriculture... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: June 30, 1919. Erb, J. L., Professor of Music, in the Summer Session, at a compensation of five hundred dollars 500 for the period. This appointment superseding his previous appointment (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: June 30, 1919. Porster, Mary B., Assistant in Home Economics, in the Summer Session, on part time, at a compensation of seventy-five dollars 75 for the period (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: ...n Ophthalmology in the College of Medicine, from June 25, 1919, to October 1, 1919, without salary. June 25, 1919. Mayers, L. H., Instructor in Medicine, in the College of Medicine, from June 30, 1919, to October 1, 1919, without salary. July 1, 1919. Mazel, M. S., Instructor in Genito-Urinary Surgery in the Department of Surgery, in the College of Medicine, from June 20, 1919, to October 1, 1919,... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: June 30, 1919. Reinsch, B. P., Assistant in Mathematics in the Summer Session, on one-half time, at a compensation of one hundred dollars 100 for the period (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: June 30, 1919. Schmeltzer, C. B., Scholar in Engineering, for the ten months, beginning September 1, 1919, at a stipendium of twenty-five dollars 25 a month (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: ...1919. Swank, Lillian B., Chief Clerk and Head of Office Force in the department of Dairy Husbandry in the College of Agriculture, at a salary of eighty-five dollars 85 a month, beginning June 30, 1919, and continuing until further notice. July 2, 1919. Thompson, Irma H., Department Clerk in the Library, beginning when she reports for duty and continuing until further notice, subject to the rules o... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: June 30, 1919. On motion of Mrs. Blake, the Board adjourned, at 8 o'clock p. m. URBANA, ILLINOIS, August 16, 1919 I certify that in the foregoing pages, numbered 439 to 500, inclusive, is contained the record of t... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: ...y of three hundred dollars 300 for the period. August 9, 1919. REPORTS OF THE BUSINESS OFFICE The Secretary presented also for record the report of the Comptroller for the quarter ending June 30, 1919, and the report of the Bursar's office for the year ending June 30, 1919. ,1 19 UNWERSIW OF IJDIrlNOIS m CASH F U N D 1,938;0 10,166.76 494.19 686.48 224.50 69.86 5 5:07 S T A T E M E N T O F BUSINES... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: ... THE BUSINESS OFFICE The Secretary presented also for record the report of the Comptroller for the quarter ending June 30, 1919, and the report of the Bursar's office for the year ending June 30, 1919. ,1 19 UNWERSIW OF IJDIrlNOIS m CASH F U N D 1,938;0 10,166.76 494.19 686.48 224.50 69.86 5 5:07 S T A T E M E N T O F BUSINESS O F F I C E P E T T Y AS A T J U N E 30, 1919 Cash on Hand Checks on Ha... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: ... ;.. Sundry Bills Traveling Expense Telegraph Baiik Balance See page 2 Credits in Process of Reimbursement See page 3 Cash Advances and Non-Negotiable Items See page 4 . . . Total Balance June 30,1919 Less Ca h Receipts June 30, 1919 SeeCash Receipts Voucher No.,375 Business Office Petty Cash Fund Total 1 525.10 3,243. 9 2,619.85 827. L4 20, 0. 2 ,. J0,420.82 10,000.00 RECONCILIATION OF PETTY CASH... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: ...se Telegraph Baiik Balance See page 2 Credits in Process of Reimbursement See page 3 Cash Advances and Non-Negotiable Items See page 4 . . . Total Balance June 30,1919 Less Ca h Receipts June 30, 1919 SeeCash Receipts Voucher No.,375 Business Office Petty Cash Fund Total 1 525.10 3,243. 9 2,619.85 827. L4 20, 0. 2 ,. J0,420.82 10,000.00 RECONCILIATION OF PETTY CASH FUND BANK BALANCE AS AT JULY 19 ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: ...Sundry Bills Student Labor 1,159.47 2.619.85 Total Vouchers in Process of Reimbursement ,1919 UNIVERSITY OF I L L I N O I S 519 STATEMENT OF CASH ADVANCES AND tiON-NEGOTlABLE ITEMS AS AT JUNE 30, 1919 Person Charged C. S. Rhodes D. L. Reid E. B. Lytle B. W. Benedict G. H. Radebaugh J. A. Detlefsen M. G. Munson F. D. Battrell Roy L. Kolver H. W. Walker R. H. Porter Elsie Hudgens Julius Novak E. Fra... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: ...-1-19 150.00 7-1-20 50.00 7-1-21 200.00 4,770.00 5,370.00 GRADUATE CLUB Not Yet Due White, Florence E. 2-1-22 1 ' 115.00 115.00 Accrued Interest LIST OF ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE PAST DUE AS AT JUNE 30,1919 GENERAL Name Agricultural Meeh. College Allen, L. R. Alpern, H. Alwood,F.W.. American Book Supply Co., The American Express Co, American Ry. Express Company American Library Association American News... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: ... 100.00 50 3 O P tj 13,075.00 5 o Ul 55,078.54 48,446.80 126,695.18 CO fAfter transfer of petty cash. Overdraft ,582 BOARD OF TRUSTEES Schedule 2 CASH RECEIPTS FOR THE TWELVE MONTHS ENDEP JUNE 30,1919 A u g u s t 15, Current Jncome General Fund Interest on Endowment Fund Morrill Fund Nelson-Fund Smith4Bughes Fund 1917-18 School of Military.Aeronautics Fees, Salesand Wssellanous S. A.T.C. Fund Unit... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: ...,865.04 39,784.15 1,559.50 13,521.39 ,54:6 BOARD OF TRUSTEES A u g u s t 15, Schedule 316 STATEMENT OF THE ACCOUNTS FOR THE COLLEGE OF MEDICINE AND DENTISTRY AND SCHOOL OF PHARMACY AS AT JUNE 30, 1919 Encumbrances Balances Appropriate ns and Credits Disbursements General Salaries General Administration Building Maintenance Building Operation Heating Lighting Interest on Fixed Indebtedness Tuition ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: ...81.01 479,881.01 843,070.46 o 46,248.46 30 CH 7 ,1919 U N I V E R S I T Y OF I L L I N O I S 551 Schedule 4 RECONCILIATION OF UNIVERSITY TREASURER'S ACCOUNTS WITH AUDITOR'S RECORDS AS AT JUNE 30, 1919 Treasurer's Balance Add Receipts Not Deposited Deduct Warrants Unpaid Business Office Balance General Fund U. S. Agricultural Experiment Station U. S. Smith-Lever Trust Fund Stores Fund S. A. T. C. F... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: ...95.42 57,683.89 85,479.31 Overdraft 1 Transferred to separate set of accounts October 1, 1918 2 Subject to encumbrance of 32,343.29 ,554 BOARD OF TRUSTEES Schedule 6 INCOME ACCOUNT AS AT JUNE 30, 1919 AugUSt 15, Balance, July 1, 1918 Unencumbered Encumbered Add: Medicine and Dentistry warrants cancelled Income from Federal Funds: Interest on Endowment Morrill and Nelson Fund Hatch and Adams Funds ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: ...ing a total of approximately 16,570.00 deficit at the present time. The reduction in the settlement made by the Navy Department constitutes a charge against the free balance of income at June 30, 1919, inasmuch as the original full amount of this claim was set up as an asset on that date. The remaining amount of deficit in the S. A. T. C. was carried forward at June 30,1919, without being charged ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: ... income at June 30, 1919, inasmuch as the original full amount of this claim was set up as an asset on that date. The remaining amount of deficit in the S. A. T. C. was carried forward at June 30,1919, without being charged against the free balance of income at the date against which it properly belongs. The total net present deficit of the S. A. T. C therefore, approximately 16,570.00, stands as ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: ...the date against which it properly belongs. The total net present deficit of the S. A. T. C therefore, approximately 16,570.00, stands as a charge against the free balance of income as of June 30,1919, and therefore against the Reserve and Contingent Fund for 1919-20. ,584 BOARD OF TRUSTEES October 4, In this connection, I call your attention to my statement on page 328 of the Board Minutes of May... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: ...October 15, 1919, to September 1, 1920, without salary. October 25, 1919 . Martin, L., Student Assistant in the Department of Pharmacy in the School of Pharmacy, from October 1, 1919, to June 30, 1919, at a salary of one hundred dollars 100 for the period. October 21, 1919 . ,1919 U N I V E R S I T Y OF I L L I N O I S 639 Mayer, Dorothea, Stenographer and Librarian in in the School of Pharmacy, a... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: ...eived for record. CONTRACT W I T H FEDERAL BOARD FOR VOCATIONAL EDUCATION OF DISABLED SOLDIERS AND SAILORS 17 The following statement: During several months of the University year ending June 30, 1919, the Federal Board for Vocational Education of Disabled Soldiers sent some men here for instruction. As the whole work was new, there was no precedent for proper procedure, and I appointed a committe... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: ...ent. Director is to have charge of investigations not relating largely to the State. 5. Each party will submit rto the others semi-annual statements of expenditures, dated December 31 and June 30, for work relating to Illinois. 6. All records of the progress, status, or results of the cooperative work relating solely to the State of Illinois, including all reports and papers, will be freely access... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: ...by the University for use as barracks for the School of Military Aeronautics, since the closing of which the building has been used for a men's dormitory and cafeteria. This lease expires June 30, next, at which time there will be due the University the sum of 2,332.89 remaining unpaid on alterations made by the University during its occupancy of the building, and chargeable to the Y. M. C. A. You... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: ...the state treasurer on June 30, 1919, 1,363,378.03 consisted of collections on the 1918 taxes and therefore is expendable only for appropriations for 1919-20. The University balance as of June 30 is in large measure apparent rather than real, because many appointments date from September 1 and run for 12 months. The real balance is therefore less than the apparent balance by the amount running fro... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: ...t: That you agree not to give up your appointment at the University or leave its service for any other position, whether in Chicago or elsewhere, during the current University year ending June 30. Second: That while you are a member of this faculty you will not initiate or be a party to any attack upon, or political activity against, the authorities of the city of Chicago, nor participate in any a... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1919: ...with an Act entitled, "An Act to provide by State tax for a fund for the support and maintenance of the University of Illinois," approved June 10, 1911, in force July 1, 1911, as amended June 30, 1919, five million four hundred thousand dollars 5,400,000 , out of any funds in the State treasury not otherwise appropriated, two million six; hundred thousand dollars 2,600,000 ; for the following obje... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1922)
  • 1919: ...9,994.00. This sum, with the income thus far accrued on October 31, amounted to 11,412. The market value of the remaining securities is reported by the Comptroller in his Annual Report of June 30, last, on Page 14, as 69,275. A later estimate, October 31, by the Comptroller, is 73,800. Senator McKinley offers to take these up and to give 95,000 in cash in their stead when we are ready to begin the... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1924)
  • 1919: ... Colleges, Agriculture shows the most remarkable increase, having furniture 'Department of Economics only 'Includes equipment loaned by U. S. Government valued at 10112.65. 'The total on June 30, 1919, was 2,402,108.64 ,Buildings and Equipment 99 and fixtures valued at 48,971.27 in 1918 as against only 77.80 in 1904. The total value of departmental equipment, exclusive of departmental furniture an... (Book - 16 Years (Edmund James))
  • 1920: 1, 1919, to June 30, 1920 , Student Assistant Oct. 1, 1919, to June 30, 1920 1 student Assistant Oct. 1, 1919, to June 30, 1920 1 student Assistant Oct. 1, 1919, to June 30, 1920 Total Salaries Pharmacology and Therapeutics 5... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1920: ...c, for ten months, beginning October 1, 1919, at a salary of twelve hundred dollars 1,200 for the period. October 6, 1919 . Blain, W. L., Assistant in Botany, from September 29, 1919, to June 30, 1920, on one-half time, at a salary of sixty dollars 60 a month. October 3, 1919 . Bollman, J. L., Assistant in Physiological Chemistry in the Department of Physiology and Physiological Chemistry in the C... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1920: ...for nine months, beginning October 1, 1919, at a salary of thirteen hundred dollars 1,300 for the period. October 3, 1919 . Honey, E. E., Assistant in Botany, from September 29, 1919, to June 30, 1920, on one-half time, at a salary of sixty dollars 60 a month. October 3, 1919 . Ingails, H, B Bursar in the Business Office, at a salary of eighteen hundred dollars 1,800 a year, beginning October 1,19... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1920: ...aveling Expense Equipment Office Expense Operating Repairs Special Funds: Land and Buildings Military Barns Biological Laboratories Due from U. S. Treasurer Current Receipts Estimated to June 30, 1920 Due from State Treasurer Interest on Endowment Fund Stores Schedule 32 Inventory. Accounts Receivable Microscope Notes Receivable Accounts Receivable S.A.T.C General Dairy Notes Receivable Total Curr... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1920: ...g Printing and binding Vol. 15 of Sum to be J a n . 19, 1918 Indefinite figured Stationery Co. the Agr. Exper. Sta. bulletins from unit prices Printing and binding bulletins July 1, 1919 June 30, 1920 Rand McNally Co., Sum to be Chicago of Engineering Experiment figured Station from unit prices Matinee and evening concerts July 15, 1919 Feb. 27, 1920 St. Louis Symphony 1,400.00 July 15, 1919 Feb. ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1920: ...ix hundred dollars 600 for the period. October 13, 1919 . Carothers, Marietta L., Student Assistant in the Department of Pharmacognosy in the School of Pharmacy, from October 1, 1919, to June 30, 1920, at a salary of one hundred dollars 100 for the period. October 21, 1919 . Chadwell, J. T., Student Clerk in the Catalog Department of the Library, for eleven months, on one-half time, beginning Octo... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1920: ..., beginning September 29, 1919, and continuing until furthur notice. October 14, 1919 . Garber, W. W., Student Assistant in Chemistry, in the School of Pharmacy, from October 1, 1919, to June 30, 1920, at a salary of one hundred dollars 100 for the period. October 21, 1919 . Gates, Alicia W., Assistant in Home Economics, for one year, beginning September 1, 1919, at a salary of thirteen hundred do... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1920: ... further notice; subject to the rules of the Civil Service Commission. October 21, 1919 . Pate, C. M., Student Assistant in Chemistry, in the School of Pharmacy, from October 1, 1919, to June 30, 1920, at a salary of one hundred dollars 100 for the period. October 21, 1919 . Pease, D. W., Student Assistant in General Engineering Drawing, on part-time, at a salary of thirty-five dollars 35 a month,... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1920: ...ockius, Doris E., Graduate Assistant in the Department of Chemistry, in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, at a salary of thirty-five dollars 35 a month, from October 28, 1919, to June 30, 1920. October 30, 1919 . Bourne, E. G., Laboratory Demonstrator and Potter in the Department of Ceramic Engineering, in the College of Engineering, at a salary of one hundred sixtysix dollars and sixty-si... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1920: ...9 . Robinson, Myra J., Graduate Assistant in the Department of Chemistry, in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, at a salary of thirty dollars 30 a month, from November 16, 1919 to June 30, 1920. November 28, 1919 . Rosenberg, M. J., Graduate Assistant in Surgery, in the College of Medicine, to give one hour service a week, for fifteen weeks, beginning October 1, 1919, at a compensation of t... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1920: ...8, 1919 . Shepard, J. C , Graduate Assistant in the Department of Chemistry, in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, at a salary of thirty dollars 30 a month, from November 1,1919 to June 30,1920. November 3, 1919 . Small, J. C , Instructor in Medicine, in the College of Medicine, from December 2, 1919 to September 1, 1920, without salary. December 6, 1919. Smith,Beulah, Graduate Assistant in... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1920: ...of two hundred fifty dollars 250 for the period. November 28, 1919 . Tobias, Frank, Assistant in the Military Department, at a salary of ten dollars 10 a month, from October 23, 1919, to June 30, 1920. November 10, 1919 . Tolman, R. G., Assistant in the Military Department, at a salary of ten dollars 10 a month, for ten months, beginning September 1,1919. November 10, 1919 . ,662 BOARD OF TRUSTEES... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1920: ...ouise M., Instructor in Freehand Drawing, in the Department of Architecture, in the College of Engineering, at a salary of one hundred thirty dollars 130 a month, from January 1, 1920 to June 30, 1920. December 8, 1919 . Wright, L., Student Assistant in Anatomy and Zoology in the Colleges of Medicine and Dentistry, to give twelve hours service a week, for sixteen weeks, beginning October 1, 1919, ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1920: ...ork, and be responsible to the President of the University and the Board of Trustees. I recommend that 2,000.00 be appropriated from the Reserve and Incidental fund to carry this work to June 30, 1920. On motion of Mr. Blair, this appropriation was made, by the following vote: Ayes, Mr. Abbott, Mr. Blair, Mrs. Blake, Mrs. Busey, Mr. Carr, Mrs. Evans, Mr. Herbert, Mr. Hoit, Mr. Ward; no, none; abse... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1920: ...e Traveling Expense Equipment Office Expense Operating Repairs Special Funds Clinic Building Military Barns Biological Laboratories Due from U. S. Treasurer Current Receipts Estimated to June 30, 1920 Fees Departmental Sales Due from State Treasurer Interest on Endowment Fund . . . . Stores Schedule 32 Inventory. . . . Accounts Receivable Microscope Notes Receivable Accounts Receivable S. A.T. C G... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1920: ...nd continuing until further notice, subject to the rules of the Civil Service Commission. January 14, 1920. Doner, R. D., Assistant in Physics, on one-half time, from January 1, 1920, to June 30, 1920, at a salary of sixty dollars 60 a month. December 23, 1919. Fish, F. H., Special Research Assistant in Engineering Materials, in the Engineering Experiment Station, for eight months, beginning Janua... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1920: ...titution Urbana City Illinois State Street Address The Federal Board for Vocational Education, Date August 1 1919. This Institution hereby offers to accept, during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1920, for instruction in the courses approved by it and the Federal Board for Vocational Education, disabled persons discharged from the military or naval forces of the United States, upon the following t... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1920: ... Name of Institution Urbana Street Address City The Federal Board for Vocational Education, Date Washington, D. C. This Institution hereby offers to accept, during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1920, for instruction in the courses approved by it and the Federal Board for Vocational Education, disabled persons discharged from the military or naval forces of the United States, upon the following t... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1920: ...s given. transferred from Physical Plant Extension. ,1920 ijNivkRsifY oir ILLINOIS 709 COOPERATIVE COAL MINING INVESTIGATIONS 23 A request for approval of the renewal for the year ending June 30, 1920, of the agreement for cooperative investigation of coal mining by the Engineering Experiment Station, the United States Bureau of Mines, and the Illlinois Geological Survey See page 210 . The renewal... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1920: ...r notice, subject to the rules of the Civil Service Commission. January 29, 1920. Crathorne, Mrs. Katharine, Assistant in Romance Languages, on one-fourth time, from February 1, 1920, to June 30, 1920, at a salary of forty dollars 40 a month. February 18, 1920. Cullen, Vern, Student Assistant in Technical Drawing, in the College of Dentistry, to give two hours service a week, for ten weeks, beginn... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1920: ...h. This appointment supersedes his previous appointment. February 27, 1920. Ehle, Josephine, Student Assistant in General Engineering Drawing, on one-half time, from February 16, 1920 to June 30, 1920, at a salary of thirty dollars 30 a month. February 18, 1920. Elfenbaum, Hyman, Student Assistant in Dental Histology, to give seven hours a week, for sixteen weeks, beginning February 9, 1920, at a ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1920: ... fifty cents ;50 an hour. February 23, 1920. Hull, T. H., Assistant in Accountancy, on one-third time, in the Department of Business Organization and Operation, from February 2, 1920, to June 30, 1920, at a salary of two hundred dollars for the period February 12, 1920. Hull, T. H., Student Assistant in Accountancy and Transportation, for. four months, beginning March 1, 1920, at a salary of sixty... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1920: ...Chemistry, for four months, beginning, March 1, 1920, at a salary of thirty dollars 30 a month. March 4, 1920. Jenkins, Carter, Instructor in Military Science, from February 11, 1920, to June 30, 1920, at a salary of ten dollars 10 a month. March 10, 1920. Hyatt, H. G., Instructor in Pharmacology, in the College of Medicine, for five months, beginning February 1, 1920 at a salary of one hundred do... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1920: ...eeks, beginning February 9, 1920, at a compensation of fifty cents .50 an hour. February 23, 1920. Larson, L. J., Instructor in Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, from February 7,1920, to June 30,1920, at a salary of one hundred eighty dollars 180 a month. February 4, 1920. Leisy, Mrs. Elva, Assistant in English, on two-thirds time, for five months, beginning February 1, 1920, at a salary of eight... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1920: ... appointment supersedes his previous appointment. February 27, 1920. Miscall, Leonard, Instructor in General Engineering Drawing, beginning when he reports for duty, and continuing until June 30, 1920, at a salary of one hundred fifty dollars 150 a month. February 10, 1920. Montau, Francis, Assistant in Romance Languages, on one-half time, for five months, beginning February 1, 1920, at a salary o... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1920: ...g February 17, 1920, at a compensation of fifty cents .50 an hour. February 23, 1920. Plew, W. R., Instructor in General Engineering Drawing, on one-third time, from February 9, 1920, to June 30, 1920, at a salary of sixty dollars 60 a month. February 5,1920. Rehm, Henry, Student Assistant in Physiological Chemistry, in the College of Medicine, to give six hours service a week, for sixteen weeks, ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1920: ...irs.. Special Funds: Land and Buildings ... Military Barns Biological Laboratories Due from U. S. Treasurer State Board of Vocational Education Smith-Hughes Current Receipts Estimated to June 30, 1920 Departmental Sales. Fees Stores Schedule 32 Inventory Accounts Receivable Microscope Notes Receivable.... Accounts Receivable S.A.T.C General Dairy Notes Receivable Total Current II. Trust Funds Sche... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1920: ...k that you have laid out for me, l am, with great respect, Very truly yours, DAVID KINLEY This letter was received for record. ,820 BOARD OF TRUSTEES June 15, SUMMARY OF DEGREES, 1920 To June 30, 1920 Degrees in the Graduate School J B AIM CM " M.S . M. S. March 9,1920 M.Arch. E.E M.E Ph.D Total Baccalaureate Degrees A. B., Liberal Arts and Sciences A. B., Liberal Arts and Sciences March 9, 1920 1... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1920: ...d General Income Deduct present budget as at Feb. 1 2,907,450.00 2,882,847.00 Balance 24,603.00 The Reserve Fund for the current year, which was 133,577.00 on July 1, will be exhausted by June 30. From this, therefore, there will be no balance to carry over. There will be a smaller balance from the lapses of salaries appropriated for positions which have not been filled than has been the case for ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1920: ...rie and Co., of Chicago, as a member of the Board of Examiners in Accountancy for the term of three years beginning July 1, 1920, to take the place of Mr. R. O. Berger, whose term expires June 30. This appointment was made. RESOLUTIONS CONCERNING TEACHERS OF CHEMISTRY 11 A communication from Professor Noyes, transmitting resolutions of the American Chemical Society with regard to the present diffi... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1920: ... COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE The following statement: The College of Agriculture reports the following balances and overdrafts in the funds of the several departments for the fiscal year ended June 30,1920: Administration 941.62 Agricultural College Extension 1,820.65 Agronomy 16,489.42 Animal Husbandry 6,078.19 Dairy 11,401.86 Horticulture . 3,588.16 Home Economics 5,983.91 Cafeteria. 4,712.30 Farm Or... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1922)
  • 1920: Teaching, June 30,1920 Estimated balance in Cafeteria June 30, 1920, to be transferred 5,000 to Home Economics Teachings 3,000 Probable deficit 41,300 24,950 2,400 600 13,350 41,300 These balances are considered here becau... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1922)
  • 1920: ...,500 Smith-Hughes refund Salaries Contingent 300 Receipts, estimated , Operating Expenses Balances: Estimated balance in 4,000 H. E. Teaching, June 30,1920 Estimated balance in Cafeteria June 30, 1920, to be transferred 5,000 to Home Economics Teachings 3,000 Probable deficit 41,300 24,950 2,400 600 13,350 41,300 These balances are considered here because they are fairly accurately determined now ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1922)
  • 1920: ... Abbott, this amendment was adopted. ,22 BOARD OF TRUSTEES FINANCIAL. REPORT IU-INI HALL July 26, 30 The financial report of Illini Hall and Cafeteria Y.M.C.A. building for the year ended June 30,1920. July 23,1920 President David Kinley, University of Illinois M Y DEAR PRESIDENT KINLEY: - I beg to submit herewith a financial report of the Illini Hall and Cafeteria for the year ending June 30, 192... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1922)
  • 1920: ... July 23,1920 President David Kinley, University of Illinois M Y DEAR PRESIDENT KINLEY: - I beg to submit herewith a financial report of the Illini Hall and Cafeteria for the year ending June 30, 1920. This date marks the expiration of the contract with the Y.M.C.A. under which the Y.M.C.A. was to receive for rental the sum of 5,000, and in addition, one-half of the net profits from the building i... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1922)
  • 1920: ...ITY ACCOUNT ILLINI HALL AND CAFETERIA Debit Credit 3,712.66 702.98 4,415.64 Credit 3,712.66 One half of year's profits 10 depreciation on House equipment Equipment purchased Cash deficit June 30, 1920 51.94 4,363.70 4,415.64 Y.M.C.A. ACCOUNT ILLINI HALL AND CAFETERIA Debit One half of year's profit. Equipment purchased during year, 90 of cost . . . . 467.45 Repairs on high pressure line 156.48 Rep... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1922)
  • 1920: , June 30, 1920 729.89 3,712.66 SUMMARY PROFIT AND LOSS STATEMENT ILLINI HALL AND CAFETERIA Operating profit from Cafeteria Operating profit from House Total Less: Expended for redecorating . Net Profits for distrib... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1922)
  • 1920: ...44.84 ,24 BOARD OF TRUSTEES This report was received for record. July 26, FINANCIAL REPORT WOMAN'S RESIDENCE HALL 31 The financial report of the Woman's Residence Hall for the year ended June 30, 1920 June, 29, 1920 President David Kinky, University of Illinois M Y DEAR PRESIDENT KINLEY: I enclose financial report of the Woman's Residence Hall for the regular session 1919-20. You will observe from... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1922)
  • 1920: ...dred thirty dollars 130 a month. June 21,1920 ,32 BOARD OF TRUSTEES COMPTROLLER'S REPORT IJMy 2 6 , The Secretary presented for record the report of the Comptroller for the quarter ended June 30, 1920. July 16, 1920 President David Kinley, University of Illinois M Y DEAR SIR: I beg to transmit herewith the Monthly Report of the Business Office which is also the Quarterly Report of the Comptroller ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1922)
  • 1920: , as at June 30, 1920 As this is the end of the fiscal year, the figures of the various financial schedules represent the transactions of the twelve months ending June 30, 1920. Respectively submitted, LLOYD MOREY Comptro... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1922)
  • 1920: ..., securities, bonds etc., as at June 30, 1920 As this is the end of the fiscal year, the figures of the various financial schedules represent the transactions of the twelve months ending June 30, 1920. Respectively submitted, LLOYD MOREY Comptroller ,Balances July 1,1919 University Treasurer General United States Agricultural Experiment Station United States Smith-Lever Trust Stores Petty Cash Bur... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1922)
  • 1920: ... 000 627 23 Overdraft all overdrafts in Agriculture are chargeable to balances in other Agriculture Accounts. Schedule 3121 STATEMENT OF THE ACCOUNTS FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRONOMY AS AT JUNE 30, 1920 Appropriations, and DisburseEncumCredits ments brances .' 38 300 00 1 013 96 8 029 67 College Unassigned apprporiatton Crop Production Balances ,1920 Plant Breeding Soil Biology Soil Fertility Soil P... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1922)
  • 1920: credited June 30,1920 Allowance for use of Equipment Deduct: Deacit of S.A.T.C Income, 1919-20. Federal Interest on Endowment Morrill Nelson Hatch Adams Smith- ever Smith Hughes State 1917-19 Appropriati n 1919 21 Appropi... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1922)
  • 1920: ...1 . . . Balances carried forward to meet outstanding encumbrances Sched. 31 . . Balances subject to reappropriation Invested in securities McKinley Hosp. Fund Net Free Balance of Income, June 30, 1920 4 228 449 95 150 537 61 I. II. III. FIXED INDEBTEDNESS MEDICAL PROPERTY Lots 1 to 7 inclusive in Block 23; also sub-lots 1 to 7 inclusive of Lots 19 to 25 inclusive in Block 23, and the vacated alley... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1922)
  • 1920: ...me 1 318 30 1318 30 Expense 11 420 1 674 2 106 90 00 71 61 Net Income 11 90 420 00 356 41 788 31 a STATEMENT OF INCOME from the FEDERAL VOCATIONAL EDUCATION REGULAR AND SPECIAL CONTRACTS JUNE 30, 1920 Tuition Received Regular Contract First Semester Special Contracts: September . . . October November December January February March. Tuition Due Regular Contract First Semester Balance First Semeste... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1922)
  • 1920: ...7 59 Second Semester Special Contract: February Balance March Balance April May June 1 397 65 3 545 24 7 532 40 INCOME AND EXPENSE STATEMENT SPECIAL CONTRACT FEDERAL VOCATIONAL EDUCATION JUNE 30, 1920 Income Tuition Received: September October November December January February March Tuition Due: February Balance March April May June Expense Salaries Wages Office Expense Surplus . 64 363 331 446 4... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1922)
  • 1920: ...70 5 529 05 47 35 Note All surplus retained in Stores Accounts as working balance and reserve against loss and emergency ,58 BOARD OF TRUSTEES POSTAL STORES INVENTORY AND STATEMENT AS AT JUNE 30, 1920 July , Denomination 1-cent stamps 2-cent stamps 3-cent stamps 4-cent stamps 5-cent stamps 6-cent stamps . . . . . . . . . . . t 7-cent stamps i 8-cent stamps 9-cent stamps , 10-cent stamps 15-cent st... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1922)
  • 1920: ... a Withdrawal of alcohol free of tax at Urbana a To be cancelled when all alcohol withdrawn under it is used. July 16, 1920 SCHEDULE OF FIDELITY BONDS COVERING UNIVERSITY EMPLOYEES AS AT JUNE 30, 1920 Name Barto, Daniel O. Henderson, T . O. Martin, R u t h Miller, Carl J. Newman, Margaret J. Packard, Bessie E . Pickett, B . S. Radebaugh, G. H . Reed, Alice Smith, Ira M . Snider, Howard J. Strickle... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1922)
  • 1920: ... appropriation has been made for extension, I recommend on the suggestion of the Comptroller: 1. That an appropriation of 7,798,48 be made from the free balance of the general revenue on June 30, 1920, to cover the deficit in physical plant operation and maintenance; 2. That the un-encumbered balance of the physical plant extension appropriation at June 30, 1920, be re-appropriated to meet expendi... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1922)
  • 1920: ...the general revenue on June 30, 1920, to cover the deficit in physical plant operation and maintenance; 2. That the un-encumbered balance of the physical plant extension appropriation at June 30, 1920, be re-appropriated to meet expenditures for 1920-21. These recommendations were approved, by the following vote: Aye: Mr. Abbott, Mrs. Blake, Mrs. Busey, Mr. Carr, Mrs. Evans, Mr. Herbert, Mr. Hoit,... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1922)
  • 1920: ...mandant a member of the Council of Administration page 292 , be rescinded. This recommendation was approved. 36 COMPTROLLER'S R E P O R T The report of the Comptroller for the year ending June 30,1920. This report was received for record. W I D O W ' S ALLOWANCE FOR MRS. C Y R I L G. HOPKINS At this point, Mr. Trimble presented for the Finance Committee a recommendation that a widow's allowance of... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1922)
  • 1920: ...31 3 120 58 579 509 75 Overdraft 1 Overdraft in Chemistry to be carried forward as an encumbrance. Schedule 314 STATEMENT OF THE ACCOUNTS FOR INEERING COLLEGE ANE SXPERIMENt STATION AS AT JUNE 30, yW Encumbrance Balances Appropriacarried tions and Disburseforward Balances Credits ments to cover Lapsed College Salaries 263 918 20 254 896 44 9 021 76 College Expense and Equipment 4 948 55 Administra... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1922)
  • 1920: ... F I C I E N C Y APPROPRIATION FOR T H E PHYSICAL P L A N T 24 The Comptroller reports that the expenditures on account of the physical plant operation and maintenance for the year closed June 30 exceeded the appropriation by the net sum of 5,638.48. In addition there is an outstanding account for feed and care of horses for the year amounting to 2,160, making a total deficit in theoperating accou... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1922)
  • 1920: ...sh Receipts to September 30, 1920 Total credits to appropriations STATEMENT OF INCOME ACCOUNT SEPTEMBER 30, 1920 Balance, Original Budget March 9. 1920 Additions Increases in free balance June 30 Over original budget estimate Miscellaneous Budget Adjustments Due from Federal Government for 1920 Summer Session for Vocational Training of Soldiers Estimated increase in Student Fees Charges Appropriat... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1922)
  • 1920: On June 30, 1920, the University possessed land amounting to 1,959.45 acres and having a value, on the basis of its original cost, of 987,437.29. The actual value at that date was, of course, much greater. 8CMMARY O ... (Book - 16 Years (Edmund James))
  • 1921: ...f fifty dollars 50 a month; this appointment superseding his previous appointment. March 5, 1919. Gilbert, Barry, Member of the Board of Examiners in Accountancy, for three years, ending June 30, 1921. January 27, 1919. Gilman, Henry, Associate in Chemistry, for six months, beginning January 1, 1919, at a salary of two hundred dollars 200 a month. January 16, 1919. Glasgow, Josephine B., Instructo... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1921: ...we shall have about 160,000 to add for general salary and maintenance next year. In accordance with the above scheme, I submit the University budget for the fiscal year, July 1, 1920, to June 30, 1921, for the departments at Urbana, except Agriculture. The Chicago Departments' budgets also need some adjustments within the totals given above. GENERAL SUMMARY E s t i m a t e d Income a n d F u n d s... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1921: ...he recommendation of Dr. Burlison and Dean Davenport, I ask your approval for leave of absence on one-half pay for Professor Jeremiah G. Mosier, beginning July 1,. 1920, and extending to June 30, 1921. This request was granted. LEACVE OF ABSENCE FOR PROFESSOR JAMISON 8 At the request of Professor A. W. Jamison, forwarded with the proval of Assistant Dean Rankin and Dean Davenport, I recommend gran... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1920)
  • 1921: ...tion that Mr. H. A. Ruehe be granted leave of absence from his duties as Assistant Professor of Dairy Husbandry and Acting Head of the Department, without salary, from October 15,1920, to June 30,1921. On motion of Mr. Hoit, this recommendation was approved. REQUEST OF AMERICAN LEGION 11 A letter from Captain H. E. Babbitt, inquiring whether the Board would take further action concerning the petit... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1922)
  • 1921: ...ts do covenant and agree with each other as follows: FIRST: That, subject to the terms and conditions hereinafter expressed, the Institution will, during the period from July 1, 1920, to June 30, 1921, up to the limit of its capacity, accept for instruction in courses approved by it and the Board, such persons discharged from the military or naval forces of the United States entitled to training u... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1922)
  • 1921: ...64 Dairy Husbandry , Professor C , Chief S. , Dairy Husbandry Head of department 5000 Martin J, Prucha, Professor C , Chief S. , Dairy Bacteriology 3 yrs. Acting Head of department until June 30, 1921 4000 Harry A. Harding, Professor C , Chief S. , Dairy Bacteriology Indef. . 4000 Wilbur J. Fraser, Professor C , Dairy Farming Indef. 3500 Walter L, Gaines, Professor C , Chief S. , Milk Production 3... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1922)
  • 1921: ...irty-two weeks, beginning October 1 1920, at a salary of ninety-six dollars 96 for the period. October 6, 1920 Cheney, G. H., Graduate Assistant in Chemistry, from September 22, 1920, to June 30, 1921, at a salary of thirty dollars 30 a month. This appointment supersedes his previous appointment. September 30, 1920 Christopher, Frederick, Assistant in Experimental Surgery, for eleven months, begin... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1922)
  • 1921: ...m September 28, 1920, to September 1, 1921, without salary. September 30, 1920 Croft, H. O., Instructor in Mechanical Engineering, beginning when he reports for duty and continuing until June 30, 1921, at a salary of two hundred dollars 200 a month. October 14, 1920 Crosby, G. M., Assistant in Military Science, for ten months, beginning September 1, 1920, at a salary of ten dollars 10 a month. Nov... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1922)
  • 1921: ...r 25, 1920, to September 1, 1921, without salary. October 26, 1920 Hazelet, C. P., Instructor in Structural Engineering, in the Department of Civil Engineering, from October 20, 1920, to June 30, 1921, at a salary of two hundred forty 240 a month. October 14,1920 ,1920 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 127 Heideman, A. G., Assistant in Military Science, for ten months, beginning September 1, 1920, at a salar... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1922)
  • 1921: ...litary Science, for ten months, beginning September 1, 1920, at a salary of ten dollars 10 a month. November 9, 1920 Morrison, Lethe, Assistant in Bacteriology, from October 19, 1920, to June 30, 1921, at a salary of one hundred forty dollars 140 a month. This appointment supersedes her previous appointment. October 22,1920 Munro, E. F., Student Assistant in Physiology and Physiological Chemistry,... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1922)
  • 1921: ...undred twenty-five dollars 125 a month. This appointment supersedes her previous appointment. October 20, 1920 Nevyas, Jacob, Graduate Assistant in Chemistry, from September 22, 1920, to June 30, 1921, at a salary of thirty dollars 30 a month. September 30, 1920 Nowlin, W. W. E., Student Assistant in Physiology and Physiological Chemistry, to give eight hours service a week, for sixteen weeks, beg... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1922)
  • 1921: ...onth, from November 1, 1920, to September 1, 1921, subject to the rules of the Civil Service Commission. November 9, 1920 Uhlendorf, B. A., Instructor in German, from October 1, 1920, to June 30, 1921, at a salary of one hundred eighty dollars 180 a month. October 9, 1920 Walther, Albertine, Assistant in Romance Languages on three-fourths time, for four months, beginning October 1, 1920, at a sala... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1922)
  • 1921: ...November 10, 1920, to September 1, 1921, subject to the rules of the Civil Service Commission. December 1, 1920 Condit, H. S., Assistant in Operative Dentistry, from December 1, 1920, to June 30, 1921, at a salary of fifty dollars 50 a month. December 1, 1920 Counseller, V. S., Assistant in Surgery, from December 1, 1920, to September 1, 1921, without salary. December 6, 1920 Deem, W. C , Assistan... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1922)
  • 1921: ...uing until August 31, 1921, subject to the rules of the Civil Service Commission. November 22, 1920 Parkinson, H. N., Instructor in Railway Mechanical Engineering, from January 1,1921, to June 30,1921, at a salary of two hundred dollars 200 a month. December 6, 1920 Price, F. E., Instructor of teacher-training classes, in the Department of Industrial Education, two evenings a week, for twenty-two ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1922)
  • 1921: ... dollars 18 for the period. January 12, 1921 Grossman, D. A., Assistant Examiner in the Registrar's Office, at a salary of one hundred fifty dollars 150 a month, from January 1, 1921, to June 30, 1921, subject to the rules of the Civil Service Commission. This appointment supersedes his previous appointment. January 5, 1921 Haumont, Louis, Assistant in Romance Languages, for five months, beginning... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1922)
  • 1921: ... hundred fifty dollars 150 a month. December 17, 1920 Henderson, A. H., Tool Room Attendant in the Pattern Laboratory, at a salary of eighty dollars 80 a month, from December 1, 1920, to June 30, 1921, subject to the rules of the Civil Service Commission. December 22, 1920 Kent, H. E., Cashier in the Bursar's Office, at a salary of one hundred sixteen and two-thirds dollars 116.66 a month, from Ja... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1922)
  • 1921: ...1, 1921, at a salary of two hundred fifty dollars 250 a month. December 28, 1920 Whitlock, Mary C , Instructor in Clothing, in the Department of Home Economics, from February 1, 1921, to June 30, 1921, at a salary of two hundred dollars 200 a month. January 18, 1921 ,176 BOARD OF TRUSTEES COMPTROLLER'S REPORT January 25, President Kinley presented also for record the report of the Comptroller for ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1922)
  • 1921: ...ppointment supersedes his previous appointment. February 1, 1921 Leinroth, J. P., Instructor in Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, beginning when he reports for duty and continuing until June 30, 1921, at a salary of one hundred eighty dollars 180 a month. February 14, 1921 Levinson, S. A., Instructor in Pathology and Bacteriology, in the College of Medicine, on one-half time, for five months, beg... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1922)
  • 1921: ..., beginning February 1, 1921, at a salary of one hundred tewnty-five dollars 125 a month. February 10, 1921 Quinn, H. E., Assistant in Geology, on one-half time, from February 7, 1921, to June 30,1921, at a salary of seventy-five dollars 75 a month. January 27,1921 Rice, N. L., Student Assistant in Animal Husbandry, in the College of Agriculture, on three-fifths time, from February 1, 1921, to Jul... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1922)
  • 1921: ...m February 7, 1921, to June, 15, 1921, at a salary of seventy-five dollars 75 a month. February 28, 1921 1 Arnold, C. N., Instructor in Mechanical Engineering, from February 23, 1921, to June 30, 1921, at a salary of one hundred sixty-five dollars 165 a month. February 16, 1921 Bell, Mary E., Assistant in Chemistry, on one-half time, for five months, beginning February 1, 1921, at a salary of .six... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1922)
  • 1921: ...ce a week, for sixteen weeks, beginning February 7, 1921. at a compensation of fifty cents .50 an hour. March 2, 1921 Brown, Charlotte F., Scholar in Chemistry, from February 1, 1921, to June 30, 1921, with a stipendium of thirty dollars 30 a month. February 21, 1921 Browning, I. R., Graduate Assistant in Operative Surgery, to give four hours, service a week, for sixteen weeks, beginning February ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1922)
  • 1921: ...weeks, beginning February 7,1921, at a compensation of fifty cents .50 an hour. March 2, 1921 Lovell, C. B., Graduate Assistant in Chemistry, on one-fourth time, from February 20,1921, to June 30,1921, at a salary of thirty dollars 30 a month. February 23, 1921 Lucas, F. B., Graduate Assistant in Pathology and Bacteriology, to give six hours service a week, for sixteen weeks, beginning February 7,... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1922)
  • 1921: ...r sixteen weeks, beginning February 7, 1921, at a compensation of fifty cents .50 an hour. March 2, 1921 Rolfe, Deette, Assistant in Geology, on one-half time, from February 18, 1921, to June 30, 1921, at a salary of seventy-five dollars 75 a month. February 28, 1921 Rosecrans, C. Z., Assistant in Mathematics, on part-time, for five months, beginning February 1, 1921, at a salary of twenty-eight d... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1922)
  • 1921: ...n months, beginning September 1, 1921, at a salary of fifty dollars 50 a month. April 2, 1921 Watt, R. A., Instructor in General Engineering Drawing, on part-time, from March 1, 1921, to June 30, 1921, at a salary of one hundred twenty dollars 120 a month. This appointment supersedes his previous appointment. March 25, 1921 Whitlock, Mary C , Associate in Clothing, in the Department of Home Econom... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1922)
  • 1921: ...nd Beale, Chicago, be appointed a member of the Board of Examiners in Accountancy for a term of three years beginning July 1, 1921, to succeed Mr. Barry Gilbert whose term will expire on June 30, 1921. On motion of Mr. H o i t t h i s a p p o i n t m e n t w a s m a d e . ADDITIONAL APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE PRESIDENT'S OFFICE 8 A recommendation that additional sums of 600 and 1800 be assigned from t... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1922)
  • 1921: ...to confer with the President of the University and the authorities at the College of Medicine and to present a recommendation. DEGREES CONFERRED JUNE 15, 1921 SUMMARY OF DEGREES, 1921 To June 30, 1921 T h e Secretary presented for record the following list of candidates for degrees to be conferred at the fiftieth Commencement exercises on J u n e 15, 1921. Degrees of the Graduate School A. M 48 A.... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1922)
  • 1921: ... be agreed upon. 24 ,22 BOARD OF TRUSTEES AugUSt 1 On motion of Mr. Trmble, this recommendation was approved. COMPTROLLER'S R E P O R T 25 The Comptroller's report for the quarter ending June 30, 1921; to which is attached a statement of the securities held by the Treasurer on June 30,1921 on account of various trust and special funds. See page 73 . This report was received for record. NEW AGRICUL... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1922)
  • 1921: ...ation was approved. COMPTROLLER'S R E P O R T 25 The Comptroller's report for the quarter ending June 30, 1921; to which is attached a statement of the securities held by the Treasurer on June 30,1921 on account of various trust and special funds. See page 73 . This report was received for record. NEW AGRICULTURE B U I L D I N G 26 The following letter: President David Kinley, 855 Administration B... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1922)
  • 1921: ...ach, M. J., Instructor in Histology, for twelve months, beginning September 1, 1921, at a salary of fifty dollars 50 a month. July 28, 1921 COMPTROLLER'S R E P O R T INCOME ACCOUNT AS AT JUNE 30, 1921 Balances July 1, 1920 Free balance, Income Account 150,537.61 Appropriation balances to be reappropriated 351,920.38 Appropriation balances forward for encumbrances 207,881.15 Income 1920-21 Federal ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1922)
  • 1921: ...le. ILLINl HALL A N D CAFETERIA 4 A statement concerning Illini Hall and Cafeteria, from the Comptroller, showing the income and expenditures for last year and the financial condition at June 30, 1921, which is the date of the termination of the lease. There is a total net deficit of 9,110.03. As an offset to this, the University owns equipment in the cafeteria which cost 10,416.15. As it has been... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1922)
  • 1921: ... A U D I T O R ' S REPORT Sept. 21 The Secretary presented for record the following reports from Arthu r Young and Company concerning the report of the Comptroller for the quarter ending June 30, 1921, and concerning the published annual report of the Comptroller for the year ending June 30, 1921. September 16, 1921 Board of Trustees, University of Illinois, Urbana, Illinois DEAR SIRS: We have aud... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1922)
  • 1921: ...Arthu r Young and Company concerning the report of the Comptroller for the quarter ending June 30, 1921, and concerning the published annual report of the Comptroller for the year ending June 30, 1921. September 16, 1921 Board of Trustees, University of Illinois, Urbana, Illinois DEAR SIRS: We have audited the Cash Receipts and Disbursements of the University of Illinois for the quarter ending Jun... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1922)
  • 1921: ...er 16, 1921 Board of Trustees, University of Illinois, Urbana, Illinois DEAR SIRS: We have audited the Cash Receipts and Disbursements of the University of Illinois for the quarter ending June 30,1921, thus completing the entire year of 1920-1921, and certify that the Receipts and Disbursements as embodied in the report of the Comptroller for that period are in accordance with the books, and, in o... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1922)
  • 1921: ...le William L. Abbott, President, Board of Trustees, University of Illinois DEAR SIR: We have audited the Cash Receipts and Disbursements of the University of Illinois for the year ending June 30, 1921, and certify that the Receipts and Disbursements for that period as embodied in the accounts of the Business office hereto attached, are in accordance with the books and are correct. We have further ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1922)
  • 1922: ...of Medicine. The paragraph numbered 5 embodies the new requirement of the Illinois State Board of Health, that all medical students matriculating after July 1, 1917, and graduating after June 30, 1922, shall complete a hospital year, in order to qualify for a permanent license to practise medicine in the State of Illinois. A candidate for graduation from the College of Medicine of the University o... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1918)
  • 1922: ...for ten months, beginning September 1, 1921, at a salary of sixty dollars 60 a month. September 27, 1921 Nicholas, A. J., Instructor in Mechanical Engineering from September 29, 1921, to June 30, 1922, at a salary of one hundred eighty dollars 180 a month. September 27, 1921 Peet, C. H., Graduate Assistant in Chemistry, on one-fourth time, for ten months, beginning September 1, 1921, at a salary o... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1922)
  • 1922: ...n one-fourth time, for five months, beginning February 1, 1922, at a salary of thirty dollars 30 a month. January 25, 1922 MacNeill, Henry, Instructor in Piano, from February 1, 1922, to June 30, 1922, at a salary of one hundred fifty dollars 150 a month. February 6, 1922 Nelson, D. W., Student Assistant in Pharmacy, for one semester, beginning February 6, 1922, at a compensation of fifty dollars ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1922)
  • 1922: ...ation, for six months, beginning March 1, 1922, at seventy dollars 70 a month. February 6, 1922 Renner, Theresa M., Assistant in Chemistry, on one-fourth time, from January 12', 1922, to June 30, 1922, at a salary of thirty dollars 30 a month. January 25, 1922 Rudolph, R. W., Assistant in Pathology and Bacteriology, on one-half time, for four months, beginning February 1, 1922, at a salary of seve... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1922)
  • 1922: ...ecology, in the College of Medicine, from February 1, 1922, to September 1, 1922, without salary. February 15, 1922 Frick, R. L., Assistant in Military Science, from February 1, 1922, to June 30, 1922, at a salary of ten dollars 10 a month. February 16, 1922 Garvin, W. T., Laboratory Helper in the Department of Physiology, at a salary of ninety dollars 90 a month, for seven months, beginning Febru... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1922)
  • 1922: ...-half time, for ten months, beginning September 1,1922, at a salary of seventy dollars 70 a month. March 27, 1922 Brown, W. S., Assistant in Physical Education for Men, from March 15, to June 30, 1922, at a total salary of eleven hundred dollars 1100 for the school year. This appointment supersedes his previous one. March 30, 1922 Cable, Erma E., Assistant in Chemistry, on one-fourth time, from Ma... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1922)
  • 1922: ...hundred dollars 1100 for the school year. This appointment supersedes his previous one. March 30, 1922 Cable, Erma E., Assistant in Chemistry, on one-fourth time, from March 13, 1922, to June 30, 1922, at a salary of thirty dollars 30 a month. March 13, 1922 Carrington, Mrs. Alice, Assistant in Mathematics, from March 27, 1922, to June 15, 1922, at a salary of one hundred forty dollars 140 a month... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1922)
  • 1922: ... on one-third time, at a salary of fifty-six and twothirds dollars 56.67 a month, from March 1, to June 15, 1922. This appointment supersedes his previous one. His salary from June 15 to June 30, 1922, will be at the rate of one hundred seventy dollars 170 a month. March 30, 1922 Schlueter, R. C , Assistant in Pediatrics, from March 20, 1922, to September 1, 1922, without salary. March 30, 1922 Sc... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1922)
  • 1922: ...ndidates approved by the University Senate for graduation in June and at the end of the Summer Session. On motion of Mrs. Grigsby, this authority was granted. SUMMARY OF DEGREES, 1922 To June 30, 1922 Degrees in the Graduate School A. M A. M. February 8, 1922 1 M. S M. S. February 8, 1922 1 M. Arch 47 5 44 11 1 C.E.... E.E 6 3 M. E Ph. D '. Ph. D. February 8, 1922 1 Total ............... Baccalaur... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1922)
  • 1922: ...endation that Mr. James MacGregor be appointed a member of the Board of Examiners in Accountancy for three years beginning July 1, 1922, in place of Mr. A. T. Bacon, whose term expires on June 30. On motion of Mr. Hoit, this appointment was made. G I F T TO WOMAN'S LEAGUE LOAN F U N D 3 I report for record that under the authority given me by the Board I have accepted a gift of one thousand dollar... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1922)
  • 1922: June 30, 1922 Bordner, E. R., Assistant in Physics, on one-half time, for ten months, beginning September 1, 1922, at a salary of eighty dollars S80 a month (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1924)
  • 1922: June 30, 1922 Hamelink, M . H., Assistant in Zoology, on one-fourth time, for ten months, beginning September I, 1922, at a salary of thirty dollars 30 a month (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1924)
  • 1922: June 30, 1922 Hurst, J. W., Assistant in Mathematics, on one-half time, for ten months, beginning September 1, 1922, at a salary of eighty dollars 80 a month. This appointment supersedes his previous one (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1924)
  • 1922: June 30, 1922 Kordenat, R. A., Assistant in Surgery, from June 30, 1922, to September 1, 1923, without salary (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1924)
  • 1922: ...L. E., Scholar in Economics, for the year 1922-23, beginning September 1, 1922, with a stipendium of three hundred dollars 300 . June 30, 1922 Kordenat, R. A., Assistant in Surgery, from June 30, 1922, to September 1, 1923, without salary. July 3, 1922 Little, Ethel E., Medical Adviser for W o m e n , for one year, beginning September 1, 1922, at a salary of twenty-five hundred dollars 2500 . June... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1924)
  • 1922: June 30, 1922 Shackell, L. F., Associate in Pharmacology and Therapeutics, in the College of Medicine, for twelve months, beginning September 1, 1922, at a salary of two hundred twenty-five dollars 225 a month. Ju... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1924)
  • 1922: ...ber meeting was changed from the eleventh to the eighteenth day of the month. COMPTROLLER'S REPORT The Secretary presented for record the report of the Comptroller for the quarter ending June 30, 1922. STATEMENT OF INCOME ACCOUNT YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1 2 92 Balances July I, lyjl Free Balance in Income Account. . .., Reserve to cover Encumbrances Balances subject to reappropriation Invested in Secu... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1924)
  • 1922: ... OCTOBER 31, 1921 On motion of Mr. Blair, Mr. McKinley's offer was accepted. REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON ACCOUNTANCY 7 The annual report of the Committee on Accountancy for the year ending June 30,1922, submitted through the Secretary, M r . G. P. Tuttle. This report was received for record. ,1922 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 89 AMERICAN UNIVERSITY UNION 8 A recommendation that 500 be appropriated from t... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1924)
  • 1922: ...chanical Engineering M.E. 71 3.00 73 2-50 77 350 79 2.00 81 300 These fees were approved. RESIGNATION O F D E A N O F C O L L E G E O F L A W 6 Dean H. C. Jones, of the College of Law, on June 30 wrote me: "I hereby resign as Professor of Law and Dean of the College of Law, effective September 1, 1922." I accepted this resignation andreportmy action for record. This report was received for record.... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1924)
  • 1922: ...Herbert, N r . Noble, M r . Trees, M r . Trimble; no, none; absent, M r . Blair, M r . Small. 3 It is further recommended that anyreceiptsfrom sales in excess of 5,000 between April 1 and June 30 be covered into the Reserve and Contingent Fund. 4 A further recommendation that the balance 7,400 of the 10,000 appropriated October 20, 1922, for drainage of agricultural lands be covered back into the ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1924)
  • 1922: ...troller may prescribe. A financial statement of the Association shall be published annually. SECTION 8. The Fiscal Year. The fiscal year of the Association shall begin July 1st and end on June 30th, following. SECTION 9. The Board shall determine the price and condition of the sale of coupon books and other tickets of admission to athletic games. Regulations concerning coupon books shall be printe... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1950)
  • 1923: ...eptember I, 1922, at a salary of six thousand dollars 6000 a year. August 8, 1922 1 Pickering, Ernest, Instructor in Architecture, beginning when he reports for duty and continuing until June 30, 1923, at a salary of two hundred forty dollars 240 a month. August 30, 1922 1 Pickof, Frederick, Instructor in Pathology, on one-half time, for twelve months, beginning September 1, 1922, at a salary of o... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1924)
  • 1923: ...ears of ten months each, beginning September 1, 1922, at a salary of sixty dollars 60 a month. October 17, 1922 Collin, L. P., Instructor in Ceramic Engineering, from October 1, 1922, to June 30, 1923, at a salary of one hundred eighty dollars 180 a month. October 10, 1922 Conway, Lauretta, Stenographer in the Division of Olericulture, in the Department of Horticulture, in the College of Agricultu... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1924)
  • 1923: ...ctober 1,1922, to September 1,1923, subject to the rules of the Civil Service Commission. October 21, 1922 Hathaway, S. J., Associate in Physiology and Zoology, from November 6, 1922, to June 30, 1923, at a salary of twenty-one hundred dollars 2100 . November 6, 1922 ,92 board of trustees November 9, Joranson, Y., Assistant in Anatomy, in the College of Medicine, for three and onehalf months, begi... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1924)
  • 1923: ...Shreve of Jacksonville be appointed a member of the Advisory Board of the School of Pharmacy forfiveyears beginning July 1, 1923, to succeed Mr. P. D. Roark of Macomb, whose term expires June 30, 1923. O n motion of M r s . Blake, this appointment was m a d e . PURCHASE OF GREEN LOT 9 A report from the Comptroller that the purchase authorized by the Board on November 9 of the lot owned by Professo... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1924)
  • 1923: ...TY OF ILLINOIS 107 York City, especially in his particularfieldof early American history. With great regret, I recommend that Professor Greene's resignation be accepted to take effect on June 30, 1923. This resignation was accepted and the President of the University w a s requested to convey to Professor Greene an expression of the extreme sense of regret of the Board, and of its good wishes for ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1924)
  • 1923: ...ks, beginning about M a y 2, 1923, at a compensation of one hundred eighty dollars 180 . January io, 1923 Murray, J. R., Student Assistant in Military Science, from December 15, 1922, to June 30, 1923, at a salary of ten dollars 10 a month. December 21, 1922 Stafford, G. T., Assistant Professor of Orthopedics and Physical Diagnosis, in Physical Education and Athletic Coaching, from February 1, 192... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1924)
  • 1923: ...nying contract proposed by the United States Veterans Bureau, for the training of certain groups of persons to be sent here by the Bureau, or now here, for the period February 1, 1923 to June 30, 1923, as a substitute for that part of our present contract with the Bureau which relates to the training of non-collegiate students in agriculture, students whom we have classified as Vocational Specials... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1924)
  • 1923: ...IS of U R B A N A , ILLINOIS, subject to the terms and conditions hereinafter prescribed, hereby offers to accept, up to the limit of its capacity, during the period February 1, 1923, to June 30, 1923, inclusive, for instruction in courses approved by the institution and the United States Veterans Bureau, persons entitled to training under the Vocational Rehabilitation Act designated by the United... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1924)
  • 1923: ...h 1, 1923, to September 1, 1923, at a salary of one hundred fifty dollars 150 a month. February 28, 1923 Hubbard, F. E., Assistant in Physics, on one-half time, from February 1, 1923, to June 30, 1923, at a salary of seventy dollars 70 a month. This appointment supersedes his previous one. February 9, 1923 Livingston, G. S., Assistant in Surgery, in the College of Medicine, from February 1, 1923, ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1924)
  • 1923: ... beginning February 14, 1923, at a compensation offiftydollars 50 for the period. February 22, 1923 Montgomery, Edna, Assistant in Chemistry, on one-half time, from February 15, 1923, to June 30, 1923, at a salary of sixty dollars 6o a month. This appointment supersedes her previous one. February 21, 1923 Mosher, M . L., Associate in Farm Organization and Management, in the Agricultural Experiment... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1924)
  • 1923: ...wing exhibits: Schedule A Statement of the Reserve and Contingent Fund The Reserve and Contingent Fund consists of the estimated budget incomes of the University for thefiscalyear ending June 30, 1923, less appropriations made by the Board from this income. The unappropriated balance on March 31, as shown by the Schedule, was 76,383.83. Schedule B S u m m a r y of Receipts and Disbursements This s... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1924)
  • 1923: ...SIGNATION OF PROFESSOR GREENE 23 A recommendation that the Board reconsider i s action of January 17, 1923 t page 106 , accepting the resignation of Professor E. B. Greene to take effect June 30, 1923, and accept this resignation to be effective August 31, 1923. O n motion of M r . Trees, the action accepting Professor Greene's resignation was reconsidered. O n motion of M r s . Evans, Professor G... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1924)
  • 1923: ...ion that Mr. F. B. Andrews, C. P. A., be appointed a member of the Board of Examiners in Accountancy for three years beginning July 1, 1923, to succeed Mr. E. E. Gore, whose term expires June 30, 1923. O n motion of M r . Armstrong, this appointment w a s m a d e . Mckinley hospital fund 7 A report from the Comptroller that, in accordance with the action of the Board of Trustees at its meeting of ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1924)
  • 1923: ...nior elective 1 hour Music 28-29 Keyboard Harmony 2 hours Music 30-31 Course in Accompanying 1 hour O n motion of M r . Trees, these changes were approved. REAPPROPRIATION OF BALANCES OF JUNE 30, 1923 4 A recommendation from the Comptroller that the following balances in budget appropriations for 1922-23 on June 30, 1923, be reappropriated for the purposes specified: Administration and General Dep... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1924)
  • 1923: ...ees, these changes were approved. REAPPROPRIATION OF BALANCES OF JUNE 30, 1923 4 A recommendation from the Comptroller that the following balances in budget appropriations for 1922-23 on June 30, 1923, be reappropriated for the purposes specified: Administration and General Departments Library salaries Balance of 1,600 for Summer Cataloging 1,185.50 Gregory and Peabody Biographies 2,774.29 Agricul... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1924)
  • 1923: ...y expense. O n motion of M r s . Evans, this recommendation w a s approved. PAYMENTS ON LAND PURCHASES 16 A recommendation that the sum of 19,250 be appropriated from our free balance on June 30, 1923, to make further payments on land purchases, as per the following schedule. Unpaid Balance Maturity May be paid Amount Remaining Various Lots in College Place, Champaign . June 15, 1927 Dec. 15, 1923... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1924)
  • 1923: ...sking that credit be granted for work in the Lithuanian language. O n motion of M r s . Evans, this request was referred to the University Senate. REPORT OF TREASURER FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1923 17 A report of the Treasurer, Mr. A. M . Burke, for the fiscal year July 1, 1922 to June 30, 1923, transmitted to me through the hands of the Comptroller, with the following statement: July Eighteent... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1924)
  • 1923: ...s request was referred to the University Senate. REPORT OF TREASURER FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1923 17 A report of the Treasurer, Mr. A. M . Burke, for the fiscal year July 1, 1922 to June 30, 1923, transmitted to me through the hands of the Comptroller, with the following statement: July Eighteenth, 1923 President David Kinley, University of Illinois M y Dear President Kinley: I transmit herew... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1924)
  • 1923: ...ent: July Eighteenth, 1923 President David Kinley, University of Illinois M y Dear President Kinley: I transmit herewith the report of the Treasurer of the University for the year ending June 30, 1923, prepared in accordance with the by-laws of the Board of Trustees. I have examined this report and I hereby certify that it is correct and in agreement with the accounts of m y office. Very truly you... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1924)
  • 1923: ...stees of the University of Illinois, Article 6, Section 4, pertaining to the duties of the Treasurer, I am submitting herewith a detailed report of the securities in m y possession as at June 30, 1923, also a report of all receipts and disbursements from July 1, 1922, to June 30, 1923 Respectfully yours, A. M. Burke This report w a s received for record. Treasurer ,I923 U N I V E R S I T Y O F ILL... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1924)
  • 1923: ...f the Treasurer, I am submitting herewith a detailed report of the securities in m y possession as at June 30, 1923, also a report of all receipts and disbursements from July 1, 1922, to June 30, 1923 Respectfully yours, A. M. Burke This report w a s received for record. Treasurer ,I923 U N I V E R S I T Y O F ILLINOIS 3OI S T A T E M E N T OF RECElFrS A N D DISBURSEMENTS OF T H E T R E A S U R E ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1924)
  • 1923: ...Blair, Mrs. Blake, Mr. Herbert, Mr. Small. ,1923 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 305 COMPTROLLER'S REPORT President Kinley presented for record the report of the Comptroller for the quarter ending June 30,1923, with the auditors' reports for the quarter and the year, and the auditors' report of the Stadium accounts. Board of Trustees, University of Illinois August 7, 1923 Dear Sirs: W e have audited the Ca... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1924)
  • 1923: ...um accounts. Board of Trustees, University of Illinois August 7, 1923 Dear Sirs: W e have audited the Cash Receipts and Disbursements of the University of Illinois for the quarter ending June 30, 1923, thus completing the entire year of 1922-1923, and certify that the Receipts and Disbursements as embodied in the report of the Comptroller for that period are in accordance with the books, and, in o... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1924)
  • 1923: ...c Co. President, Board of Trustees, University of Illinois August 7, 1923 Dear Sir: W e have audited the Cash Receipts and Disbursements of the University of Illinois for the year ending June 30, 1923, and certify that the Receipts and Disbursements for that period, as embodied in the accounts of the Business Office hereto attached, are in accordance with the books and are correct. W e have furthe... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1924)
  • 1923: ...of Illinois August 6, 1923 Dear Sirs: W e have audited the Cash Receipts and Disbursements of the Memorial Stadium Fund of the University of Illinois for the period, December 15, 1921 to June 30, 1923 and certify that the following statement of Receipts and Disbursements for the period is in accordance with the books and is correct: Receipts: Subscriptions 782,565.69 Sale of Liberty Bonds 5,955-3 ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1924)
  • 1923: ... 752 03 7242 Receipts 995 88 Total Reserve 879 12' 43 43 5 363 32 oj M U t o 0 7 a t T H P I PI en r , on n T5 r a T "1 ,S T A T E M E N T OF T H E STORES A N D REVOLVING ACCOUNTS AS A T JUNE 30, 1923 Balances July i, IQ22 Credits from Balances June 30, IQ23 Transfers Dormitories Disbursements Department Storerooms Stock From To Jobs in and Requisitions Jobs in Dorimitories 12 879 95 Chicago Gener... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1924)
  • 1923: ...unds in his custody on September 30, 1923 was 758,026.49. An analysis of the receipts of the Treasurer appears in Schedule C, following: State appropriations made for the biennium ending June 30, 1923 must have been fully expended by September 30, 1923, or would have lapsed. All operating appropriations were expended prior to June 30, 1923. Building appropriations not fully expended by that date w... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1924)
  • 1923: ...e appropriations made for the biennium ending June 30, 1923 must have been fully expended by September 30, 1923, or would have lapsed. All operating appropriations were expended prior to June 30, 1923. Building appropriations not fully expended by that date were closed by September 30, 1923. Schedules D to M inclusive Statements of appropriations These statements show the condition of all appropri... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1924)
  • 1923: ... Comptroller 6 SCHEDULE A 2 5OO OOO 0 0 STATEMENT OF RESERVE A N D CONTINGENT F3 402 4 UND 8 FOR T H E QUARTER ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 1923 0 4 0 4 Crutits Free Balance of General Income at June 30, 1923 Unappropriated Balance 1923-24 Income, per Budget, page 240 Board Minutes, July 11, 1923 State Biennium Building Appropriations, 1923-25 Hospital Surplus June 30, 1923 transferred to General Income O... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1924)
  • 1923: ... General Income at June 30, 1923 Unappropriated Balance 1923-24 Income, per Budget, page 240 Board Minutes, July 11, 1923 State Biennium Building Appropriations, 1923-25 Hospital Surplus June 30, 1923 transferred to General Income Old Warrants Cancelled Medical Physiology Overdraft June 30, transferred to 192J-24balance ToAppropriation in 1919-21 Medical Research Laboratory adjust Appropriations 1... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1924)
  • 1923: ...stees on October 27, 1923 page 335 . T h i s report w a s received for record. STUDENT LOAN FUND 22 A report from the Comptroller of the condition of the various student loan funds as of June 30, 1923. COMPARATIVE SUMMARY STATEMENT OF ALL STUDENT LOANS AS A T JUNE 30,1923 Number Total Amount Accrued I t r s neet June 30 June 30 June 30 June 30 June 30 June 30 1922 1923 1922 1923 1922 1923 Not yet ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1924)
  • 1923: ...e to bring us 500 or 550 per month, a sum sufficient to provide ,124 board of trustees February 13, the salary andfieldexpenses of Mr. Butler and to permit an accumulation of money before June 30 to take care of the salary of Mr. Butler for July and August according to our contract with him as a University teacher, made in the usual fashion. Very truly yours, Kendric C. Babcock Counselor UNITED ST... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1924)
  • 1923: ...ll purposes for the currentfiscalyear. Balances, as shown, represent the unencumbered balances after allowing for all orders and contracts outstanding, and for regular salaries payable to June 30, as well as actual disbursements to date. Schedule N Statement of Stores and Revolving Accounts. This statement shows the operations of the University storerooms, service departments, such as Photography,... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1924)
  • 1923: .... The University Committee recommended the appointment of Mr. Frederick B. Andrews, C.P-A., of Chicago to the Board of Examiners to succeed Mr. Edward E. Gore, C.P.A., whose term expired June 30, 1923. You presented his name o the Board of Trustees, the Board apprpved the appointment and Mr. Andrews accepted it. The organization of the Board has been as follows: Mr. James P. McGregor, C.P.A., Chai... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1926)
  • 1923: ... last preceding United States census, on the condition that the allotment of funds to any state shall not be less than a minimum of 5,000 for anyfiscalyear up to and including that ending June 30,1923, nor less than 10,000 for any fiscal year thereafter, and that for each Federal dollar so expended for the maintenance of such vocational training, the State or local community or both shall expend a... (Book - 16 Years (Edmund James))
  • 1924: ... thirty-five hundred dollars 35 o . September 1, 1923 1 ,3H board of trustees September 25, Lescher, F. M., Instructor in Architecture, beginning September 15, 1923, and continuing until June 30, 1924, at a salary of two hundred twenty dollars 220 a month. This appointment supersedes his previous one. September 8, 1923 ' Li, Sheo-Hen, Research Graduate Assistant in Chemical Engineering, in the Eng... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1924)
  • 1924: ...wing exhibits: Schedule A Statement of the Reserve and Contingent Fund The Reserve and Contingent Fund consists of the estimated budget incomes of the University for thefiscalyear ending June 30, 1924, less appropriations made by the Board from this income to September 30, 1923. The unappropriated balance on that date, as shown by the Schedule, was 283,497.53. Schedule B S u m m a r y of Receipts ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1924)
  • 1924: ... and one-third dollars 133.33 a month. This appointment supersedes his previous one. October 13,1923 Wainwright, B. B., Assistant in English, on two-thirds time, from October 12, 1923 to June 30, 1924, at a salary of one hundred dollars 100 a month. October 13. 923 Warren, L. G., Student Assistant in the department of Military Science, for ten months, beginning September 1, 1923, at a salary of te... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1924)
  • 1924: ...O BROADCASTING 11 A recommendation that 400 be assigned from the Reserve and Contingent Fund for additional equipment and operation for the radio broadcasting station for the year ending June 30, 1924. O n motion of M r . Trees, this recommendation was approved, and the appropriation was m a d e by the following vote: Aye, M r . Armstrong, M r . Blair, M r s . Evans, M r s . Grigsby, M r . Noble, ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1924)
  • 1924: ... her previous one. December 15, 1923 ,I924 UNIVERSITY O F ILLINOIS 4OI Mock, F. C, Instructor in the Department of Electrical Engineering, beginning January 1, 1924, and continuing until June 30, 1924, at a salary of one hundred seventy dollars 170 a month. December 20, 1923 Parker, M . L., Assistant in the Department of Surgery, in the College of Medicine, beginning January 1, 1924, and continuin... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1924)
  • 1924: ...ruary 1, 1924, at a salary of thirty dollars 30 a month. February i 1924 .. Glos, Raymond, Student Clerk in the Office of the Dean of Men, beginning January 1, 1924, and continuing until June 30, 1924, at a salary offiftydollars 50 a month. January 12, 1924 Gould, H. W., Assistant in Chemistry, on one-half time, for five months, beginning February 1, 1924, at a salary of sixty dollars 60 a month. ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1924)
  • 1924: ...ure Items Bureau of Public Engineering Experiment April 2, 1924 Investigation of facRoads, U. S. Dept. Station furnishes office to tors effecting the of Agriculture space and may publish June 30, 1924 design of drainage results. University to systems pay not more than 600 for salaries and wages MISCELLANEOUS CONTRACTS EXECUTED UNDER GENERAL REGULATIONS REGARDING CONTRACTS Otto Harrassowitz, Agent ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1924)
  • 1924: ...s Riggs, Chief Clerk i yr. Fed. 1,500 9. Hazel Yates, Stenographer C. S. 1,080 Total, Administration and excess of receipts over estimates for 1924-25 i any to be applied against 'Balance June 30,1924, 321,380 f this, and amount from University funds reduced accordingly. jAImj 1,000 from Smith-Lever; total, 8,000. Paid from Smith-Lever, 1,800. ,556 board of trustees June 9, Agricultural College Ex... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1924)
  • 1924: ...ntment of Walter F. Dodd, of the firm of Dodd, Matheny, Wham, Edmunds, of Chicago, as a member of the Board of Examiners in Accountancy, to succeed Mr. Harry Dunbaugh, whose term expires June 30, 1924. O n motion of M r s . Grigsby, this appointment was made. EXTENSION OF LEAVE OF ABSENCE FOR MR. VANIMAN 12 On request of the Illinois Agricultural Association, Dean Mumford recommends, and I concur,... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1924)
  • 1924: ... s t r o n g , M r . Trees, a n d D r . N o b l e , for investigation a n d report. REPORT OF THE TREASURER OF THE UNIVERSITY 22 The following report of the Treasurer for the year ending June 30, 1924. President David KMey, University of Illinois M y dear President Kinky: I transmit herewith the report of the Treasurer of the University for the year ending June 30, 1924, prepared in accordance wit... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1926)
  • 1924: ...he year ending June 30, 1924. President David KMey, University of Illinois M y dear President Kinky: I transmit herewith the report of the Treasurer of the University for the year ending June 30, 1924, prepared in accordance with the by-laws of the Board of Trustees. I have examined this report and I hereby certify that it is correct and in agreement with the accounts of m y office, as shown by th... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1926)
  • 1924: ...ement with the accounts of m y office, as shown by the attached reconciliation statement. Very truly yours Llottd M o b e y Comptroller RECONCILIATION WITH THE UNIVERSITY TREASURER AS AT JUNE 30, 1924 Treasurer's Add: Receipts Deduct Business Balance not Deposited Unpaid Office In process Warrants Balance General Fund 979,915.84 18,810.50 20144.3.01 797 283.33 Trust Fund 170,716.17 2,079.67 10,021... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1926)
  • 1924: June 30, 1924 Conkwright, N . B., Assistant in Mathematics, on one-half time, for ten months, beginning September 1, 1924, at a salary of seventy-five dollars 75 a month. This appointment supersedes his previous o... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1926)
  • 1924: June 30, 1924 Giryotas, Emelia J., Roentgenologist in the Dispensary, in the College of ,i6 B O A R D OF T R U S T E E S July 14. Medicine, on one-half time, for one year, beginning September I, 1924, at a salary ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1926)
  • 1924: June 30, 1924 Gradwohl, Beulah E., Manager of the Woman's Residence Hall, for one year, beginning September 1, 1924, at a salary of two hundred 200 a month, in addition to laundry, room, and board (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1926)
  • 1924: June 30, 1924 Maxwell, Annie L., Extension Specialist in H o m e Furnishing, in Smith-Lever Extension, for one year, beginning September 1, 1924, at a salary of two hundred eight and one-third dollars 208.33 a mon... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1926)
  • 1924: June 30, 1924 Mikesell, W . H., Assistant in English, on three-fourths time, for ten months, beginning September 1, 1924, at a salary of one hundred thirty-five dollars 135 a month. This appointment supersedes his... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1926)
  • 1924: June 30, 1924 Reid, P. E., Assistant in Botany, on one-half time, for ten months, beginning September 1, 1924, at a salary of sixty dollars 60 a month, June 24, 1924 Reinsch, B. P., Instructor in Mathematics, for ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1926)
  • 1924: ...turday, October 25, 1924, at the Blackstone Hotel, in Chicago. COMPTROLLER'S AND AUDITORS' REPORTS The Secretary presented for record the report of the Comptroller for the quarter ending June 30, 1924, and of Arthur Young Co., auditors. August 25,1924 President, Board of Trustees, University of Illinois, Urbana, Illinois D e a r Sir: W e have audited the Cash Receipts and Disbursements of the Univ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1926)
  • 1924: ...President, Board of Trustees, University of Illinois, Urbana, Illinois D e a r Sir: W e have audited the Cash Receipts and Disbursements of the University of Illinois for the year ending June 30, 1924, and certify that the Receipts and Disbursements for that period as embodied in the accounts of the Business Office hereto attached, are in accordance with the books and are correct. W e have further... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1926)
  • 1924: ...irs dealt with therein. Yours faithfully, Arthur Young Company ,1924 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS Si C O M P T R O L L E R S REPORT QUARTERLY REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER TO THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES JUNE 30, 1924 SUMMARY The unappropriated balance of the Reserve and Contingent Fund to be carried forward to the succeeding year was Schedule A 377 894 The total receipts student fees, sales, and Federal funds of ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1926)
  • 1924: ...nt Fund to be carried forward to the succeeding year was Schedule A 377 894 The total receipts student fees, sales, and Federal funds of the University Treasurer for the 11 months ending June 30, 1924 esciuding transfers and balance July 1, were Schedule B 2 071 092 The total disbursements were Schedule B j 705 703 Balance, June 30, 1924 allowing for outstanding warrants Schedule B 960 058 Budget ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1926)
  • 1924: ...e University Treasurer for the 11 months ending June 30, 1924 esciuding transfers and balance July 1, were Schedule B 2 071 092 The total disbursements were Schedule B j 705 703 Balance, June 30, 1924 allowing for outstanding warrants Schedule B 960 058 Budget income from Federal Funds for the year, 1 0 0 of estimate , 356 3 28 Student Fees, 1 0 4 of estimate 664 097 Miscellaneous sales and receip... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1926)
  • 1924: ...he total Appropriations for thefiscalyear. 1 0O O 0 O Board appropriations to Departments for the currentfiscalyear totaled Schedule D 4 790 1 9 9 243 07 37 43 These were 9 0 expended on June 30, 1924, and 4 encumbered, balances lapsed into Reserve and Contingent Fund. State Building appropriations of the Biennium, including balances totaled.... Schedule D . . . 3 166 757 Receiptswere 2 7 expended... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1926)
  • 1924: ...nd Commissions on Lot Purchases 440 30 Land 38 000 00 38 440 30 Assignments on account of Incidental Expenditures... 5 94 129 143 24 Unappropriated Balance of Reserve and Contingent Fund June 30, 1924 Add Surplus of Income from Smith-Hughes Act over Estimate . . 106 71 Surplus of Income from Student Fees over Estimate,. 24 096 98 Surplus of Income from Miscellaneous Receipts over Estimate 43 802 8... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1926)
  • 1924: ...S T A T E M E N T OF T H E ST 3RES A N D RIS O L V I N G AlCCOUNT S a; A T J U N E 30 1924 Ba ances July 1,1923 Dor mitories Tra tsfers Stock Process mints From Ho fpitals To On O ,AS AT JUNE 30, 1924 TRUST FUNDS Permanent Funds Expendable Funds Balance Jwit 30, T924 Principal June 30, IQ24 Investments Balance Total PrinInvestments July I, ad n cipal July and Total Cash JQ33 Total Rtcriteblri Cask... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1926)
  • 1924: ...emorial for Endowments Scholarship in the Laughlm Rea Jennings Bryan 985 0000 800 00 000 ,N AS AT JUNE 30, t92 TRUST FUNDS Permanent Funds Expendable Funds Principal June 30,1024 Balance June 30, 1924 Total PrinInvestments Balance cipal July and July 1, I, 1923 Total Receivables Cask 1923 Building, Funds McKlnley Hospital Fund Totals, Building Fund Research Donation Funds American Medical Associat... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1926)
  • 1924: June 30, 1924 Lloyd, B. L., Miss , Instructor in Anatomy, in the College of Medicine, for one year, beginning September 1, 1924, at a salary of eighty-three and one-third dollars 83.33 a month (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1926)
  • 1924: ...Financial Report of the Stadium Fund as kept by the Comptroller, and also the report of Arthur Young and Company, Public Accountants, on the audit of the Stadium Fund for the year ending June 30, 1924, transmitted to m e by M r . Morey. August 25, 1924 Board of Trustees, University 0 Illinois, Urbana, Illinois Dear Sirs, W e have audited the accounts of the Memorial Stadium Fund of the University ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1926)
  • 1924: ...5, 1924 Board of Trustees, University 0 Illinois, Urbana, Illinois Dear Sirs, W e have audited the accounts of the Memorial Stadium Fund of the University of Illinois for the year ending June 30, 1924, and certify that the statements of the Fund appearing in the Comptroller's report for the quarter ending June 30, 1924, are correct. A statement of the Receipts and Disbursements for the year follow... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1926)
  • 1924: ...ial Stadium Fund of the University of Illinois for the year ending June 30, 1924, and certify that the statements of the Fund appearing in the Comptroller's report for the quarter ending June 30, 1924, are correct. A statement of the Receipts and Disbursements for the year follows: Cash Balance July 1, 1923 147,650.51 Receipts: Subscriptions and Donations including interest 383,987.41 Less Paid in... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1926)
  • 1924: ... Expense 16,136.48 J u l y M a y refunded June to be refunded 1,149.76 17,286.24 Cash Balance June 30, 1924 2,006.63 Loans from Athletic Association repaid.. 2,379.62 The Cash balance at June 30, 1924, was verified by a letter received from the Total Warrants drawn 831,124.17 Depositary. The records and accounts were found to be well kept and in good order. Yours faithfully, Arthur Young Co. ,1924... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1926)
  • 1924: ...PORT OF COMMITTEE ON ACCOUNTANCY 32 I have received from the secretary of the Committee on Accountancy, Registrar G. P. Tuttle, the Report of the work of the Committee for the year ended June 30, 1924. I submit it herewith for record. Dr. David Kinley, President Dear M r . President: The University Committee on Accountancy respectfully submits, herewith, a report of its work for the year ended Jun... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1926)
  • 1924: ... it herewith for record. Dr. David Kinley, President Dear M r . President: The University Committee on Accountancy respectfully submits, herewith, a report of its work for the year ended June 30, 1924. PERSONNEL The membership of the University Committee has been as follows: Professor M . H. Robinson, Chairman; Professor J. N. Pomeroy; Registrar G. P. Tuttle, Secretary, ex-oficio. Mr- D. A, Grossm... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1926)
  • 1924: ...ittee. The University Committee recommended the appointment of Mr. Walter F. Dodd, Ph.D., of Chicago to the Board of Examiners to succeed Mr. Harry J. Dunbaugh, LL.B., whose term expired June 30, 1924. You presented his name to the Board of Trustees, the Board approved the appointment and Mr. Dodd accepted it. The organization of the Board has been as follows: Mr. James P. McGregor, C.P.A., Chairm... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1926)
  • 1924: ...none; absent, Mr. Blair, Mr. Small. CONTRACT FOR HEATING AND VENTILATING THE N E W GYMNASIUM 13 Under authority given by you, Professor James M . White, Supervising Architect, received on June 30 bids for the heating and ventilating of the Men's Gymnasium, and the Executive Committee was authorized to award the contract. He submits them as given below, and asks inasmuch as there has been no meetin... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1926)
  • 1924: June 30, Gillis, M. C, Research Assistant in Olericulture, for one year, beginning July 1, 1924, at a salary of one hundred sixty-six and two-thirds dollars 166.67 a month (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1926)
  • 1924: ...ning certain properties in the neighborhood of the Chicago departments. In Contingent Fund as that an appropriationrenderedfirmofconnection bill. assistance. The totalcarried forward from June 30, in thisto pay this isCompanyand securingrecommend amounthas called upon 955 1925, Prussingthe Reserve for I the information he for services of the be made from 955. ,306 BOARD OF TRUSTEES ljuty 28 On mot... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1926)
  • 1925: ...L S O F C O N T R A C T S ORIGINALLY A P P R O V E D B Y T H E B O A R D Contracts with United States Veteran Bureau School Year 1924-25 Special Tutorial Instruction from July 1, 1924 to June 30, 1925 Special Field Instruction in Agriculture, July 1, 1924 to June 30. 1925 Regular Instruction, Urbana Colleges, September 22, 1924, to June 15, 1925 Regular Instruction, Chicago Schools, October 6, 192... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1924)
  • 1925: ...SENTED BY PRESIDENT KINLEY The Board considered the following matters presented by the President of the University. THE BUDGET FOR 1924-25 1 The budget for thefiscalyear July 1, 1924, to June 30, 1925, with the request that the budget be approved and that the President of the University be authorized to make such minor changes and adjustments as may be necessary, and to make necessary additional a... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1924)
  • 1925: ...of one hundred sixty-six and two-thirds dollars 166.66 a month. January 27, 1925 Little, E. M., Assistant in Physics, on one-fourth time, beginning February 7, 1925, and continuing until June 30, 1925, at a salary of forty dollars 40 a month. This appointment supersedes his previous one. February 6, 1925 Mason, E. W., Assistant Cashier in the Bursar's Division of the Business Office, for seven mon... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1926)
  • 1925: ... buildings. This report was received for record. FINANCIAL REPORT, WOMAN'S RESIDENCE HALLS 39 Thefinancialreports of the Woman's Residence Hall and of Davenport House for the year ending June 30, 1925. These reports were received for record. INVESTMENT OF FUNDS Mr. Armstrong, for the Finance Committee, recommended that 3,000 of the Gregory fund and 2,coo of the Plym fellowship endowment be investe... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1926)
  • 1925: ...r, M r . Blair, M r s . Busey, M r s . Grigsby, M r . Small. ,1925 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 367 UNENCUMBERED BALANCES REAPPROPRIATED 41 A recommendation that the following balances, lapsed June 30, 1925, be reappropriated for the respective purposes. Administration General Printing of Regulations 1,000.00 Crockerland Expedition Report 1,500.00 g 2,500.00 Agriculture Dairy Creamery 11,007.29 Home Eco... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1926)
  • 1925: ...none; absent, M r . Barr, M r . Blair, M r s . Busey, M r s . Grigsby, M r . Small. ,368 BOARD OF TRUSTEES July 28 COMPTROLLER'S REPORT 42 The Comptroller's report for the quarter ending June 30, 1925. SCHEDULE A S T A T E M E N T OF RESERVE A N D CONTINGENT F U N D QUARTER ENDING JUNE 30, 192s Balance forward March 31,1925 H 64.2 36 Add: Cancellation 27 75 27 11 Deduct: t of old warrants 14. 6707... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1926)
  • 1925: ...ructural Water Metals Westernand Totals MetaU General Electric Metals AUis Highway Metals Copper and 00 Permanent Funds ,374 BOARD OF TRUSTEES July 28 SCHEDULE O Cont'd TRUST FUNDS AS AT JUNE 30, 1925 Permanent Funds Investments and Receivables Cask Scholarship, Fellowship, and Prize Donations American Pharmaceutical Scholarships International Live Stock Exposition Fund. . . . C. Gross Prize Fund ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1926)
  • 1925: June 30, 1925 Abel, T. F., Assistant in Sociology, for five months beginning September 1, 1925, at a cash compensation of nine hundred dollars 900 (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1926)
  • 1925: June 30, 1925 Buck, Elizabeth, Instructor in Voice, for ten months beginning September 1, 1925, at a cash compensation offifteenhundred dollars 1500 (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1926)
  • 1925: June 30, 1925 Groot, J. T., Resident in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, in the College of Medicine, on one-half time, for two months beginning July 1, 1925, at a salary offiftydollars 50 a month (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1926)
  • 1925: June 30, 1925 ,1925 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 379 Poole, W . C , Jr., Assistant in Sociology, on one-half time, for ten months beginning September I, 1925, at a cash compensation of six hundred dollars 600 (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1926)
  • 1925: June 30, 1925 Simmons, R. E., Assistant in Accountancy, on one-half time, for ten months, beginning September 1, 1925, at a cash compensation of six hundred dollars 600 (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1926)
  • 1925: June 30, 1925 Zuschke, Walter, Assistant in German, for five months, beginning September 1, 1925, at a salary of one hundred eighty dollars 180 a month (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1926)
  • 1925: ...mmendation w a s approved. REPORT OF ARTHUR YOUNG AND COMPANY, ACCOUNTANTS 35 The following report of the audit of the receipts and disbursements of the University for the quarter ending June 30, 1925, by Arthur Young and Company, Accountants: August 26, 1925 President, Board of Trustees, University oj Illinois, Urbana, Illinois Dear Sir: W e have audited the Cash Receipts and Disbursements of the... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1926)
  • 1925: ...President, Board of Trustees, University oj Illinois, Urbana, Illinois Dear Sir: W e have audited the Cash Receipts and Disbursements of the University of Illinois for the quarter ending June 30, 1925, and certify that the Receipts and Disbursements as embodied in the report of the Comptroller for that period, are in accordance with the books, and in our opinion, are correct. Yours faithfully, Art... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1926)
  • 1925: ...herewith for your information a statement of the Income and Expense on account of the Vocational Training for Veterans under the special contracts with the government for the year ending June 30, 1925. Also, an estimate of the Income and Expense on this account for the current year. You will note that last year the income exceeded the total expense by 887 and that a surplus of approximately 1,000 ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1926)
  • 1925: ...n accounts: October 17, 1925 President David KinUy, University of Illinois My dear President Kinley: I transmit herewith the report of the Treasurer of the University for the year ending June 30, 1925, prepared in accordance with the by-laws of the Board of Trustees. I have examined this report and I hereby certify that it is correct and in agreement with the accounts of m y office, as shown by th... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1926)
  • 1925: ...VERSITY TREASURER AS AT JUNE 30, 1925 T e s r r s Balance raue' 1,108,569.50 Add: Receipts not Deposited 24,842.84 Deduct: 1,133,412.34 Unpaid Warrants 300,862.49 Business Office Balance June 30, 1925 832,549.85 July 11, 1925 The Board of Trustees of the University of Illinois, Urbana, Illinois Gentlemen : In compliance with the by-laws of the Board of Trustees of the University of Illinois, Artic... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1926)
  • 1925: ...es of the University of Illinois, Article 6, Section 4, pertaining to the duties of the Treasurer, I a m submitting herewith a detailed report of the securities in m y possession as at June 30th, 1925, also a report of all receipts and disbursements from July 1, 1924, to June 30th, 1925. Respectfully yours, A. M. Burke Treasurer ,1925 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 421 STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS A N D DISBURSE... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1926)
  • 1925: ... Treasurer, I a m submitting herewith a detailed report of the securities in m y possession as at June 30th, 1925, also a report of all receipts and disbursements from July 1, 1924, to June 30th, 1925. Respectfully yours, A. M. Burke Treasurer ,1925 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 421 STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS A N D DISBURSEMENTS OF THE TREASURER OF THE UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1925 Balance ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1926)
  • 1925: Date June 30, 1925 A. M . B U R K E TftAsurtr ,424 board of trustees October 23 REPORT OF ACCOUNTANTS ON MEMORIAL STADIUM FUND 15 The Comptroller transmits the audit of the accounts of the Memorial Stadium by Arthur Yo... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1926)
  • 1925: ...University oj Illinois Dear President Kinley: I transmit to you herewith the audit report of Arthur Young and Company, accountants, covering the Memorial Stadium Fund for the year ending June 30, 1925. The Comptroller's report referred to appears on page 376 of the minutes of July 28th. Cordially yours, Lloyd Morey Comptroller September 15, 1925 Board of Trustees, University of Illinois, Urbana, I... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1926)
  • 1925: ..., 1925 Board of Trustees, University of Illinois, Urbana, Illinois Dear Sirs: W e have audited the accounts of the Memorial Stadium Fund of the University of Illinois for the year ending June 30, 1925, and certify that the statement of the Fund appearing in the Comptroller's report for the year ending June 30, 1925,1 is correct. A statement of the Receipts and Disbursements for the year follows: C... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1926)
  • 1925: ...emorial Stadium Fund of the University of Illinois for the year ending June 30, 1925, and certify that the statement of the Fund appearing in the Comptroller's report for the year ending June 30, 1925,1 is correct. A statement of the Receipts and Disbursements for the year follows: Cash Balance July 1,1924 200663 Receipts: Subscriptions and Donations including interest 228 516 70 Loans from Athlet... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1926)
  • 1925: ... 541 09 June to be refunded by Athletic Association 753 n 12 294 20 Donations Refunded 11500 Loans from Athletic Association repaid. 47 500 00 Total Warrants Drawn 477 471 67 Cash Balance June 30,1925 15 742 51 The Cash balance at June 30, 1925, was verified by a letter received from the Deposita y., The records and accounts were found to be well kept and in good order. Yours faithfully, Arthur Yo... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1926)
  • 1925: ...ciation 753 n 12 294 20 Donations Refunded 11500 Loans from Athletic Association repaid. 47 500 00 Total Warrants Drawn 477 471 67 Cash Balance June 30,1925 15 742 51 The Cash balance at June 30, 1925, was verified by a letter received from the Deposita y., The records and accounts were found to be well kept and in good order. Yours faithfully, Arthur Young Co. This report w a s received for recor... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1926)
  • 1925: ...466 board of trustees This report was received for record. November 19 REPORT OF ACCOUNTANCY COMMITTEE 16 The r p r o the University Committee, on Accountancy f r the year endeot f o ing June 30, 1925. REPORT OF THE UNIVERSITY COMMITTEE ON ACCOUNTANCY Dr. David Kinley, President Dear M r . President: The University Committee on Accountancy respectfully submits, herewith, a report of its work for t... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1926)
  • 1925: ...COMMITTEE ON ACCOUNTANCY Dr. David Kinley, President Dear M r . President: The University Committee on Accountancy respectfully submits, herewith, a report of its work for the year ended June 30, 1925. Personnel The membership of the University Committee has been as follows: Professor M . H. Robinson, Chairman; Professor W . E. Britton; Registrar G. P. Tuttle, Secretary, ex-officio. Mr. D. A. Gros... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1926)
  • 1925: ...res 4,391.99 4,391.99 Less items not on Business Office Records.... 47.29 4.344-7 17,018.98 Less: Charge on Business Office record for Typewriter error 44.00 Charge for one book not paid June 30, 1925... i.ag 45-25 Balance on Hand June 30, 1925 B.O. Records 16,973.73 Respectfully submitted, Maurice H. Robinson, Chairman William E. Britton G. P. Tuttle, Secretary University Committee on Accountancy... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1926)
  • 1925: ...ness Office Records.... 47.29 4.344-7 17,018.98 Less: Charge on Business Office record for Typewriter error 44.00 Charge for one book not paid June 30, 1925... i.ag 45-25 Balance on Hand June 30, 1925 B.O. Records 16,973.73 Respectfully submitted, Maurice H. Robinson, Chairman William E. Britton G. P. Tuttle, Secretary University Committee on Accountancy This report was received for record. PLYM F... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1926)
  • 1925: ...T OF DAIRY HUSBANDRY 3 On request of Dean Mumford, I recommend that the sum of 3,876.64 be appropriated from the balance carried forward from the funds of the Dairy Husbandry Department, June 30, 1925, subject to reappropriation, for additional facilities at the new dairy barn made necessary by the transfer of the dairy herd to the new dairy barns. O n motion of M r . Barr, this appropriation w a ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1926)
  • 1925: ... to pay a fee of ten dollars for the 1928 certificate of approval for the Milk Pasteurization Plant, under an act of the General Assembly relating to the pasteurization of milk, approved June 30, 1925. Heretofore the University had paid the fee until the matter was brought to the attention of the Legal Counsel. O n February 14, 1928, the Legal Counsel gave an opinion that the University should not... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1928)
  • 1925: ... educational equipment in the College of Agriculture, 'engaged in the business of operating a pasteurization plant,' within the meaning of an act of the legislature of Illinois, approved June 30, 1925, appearing at page 408 of the Session Laws of that year, and beginning as section 101 of Chapter 56 4 Smith-Hurd Revised Statutes of 1927, so as to be obligated to pay the inspection fee prescribed i... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1928)
  • 1925: ...of vocational subjects. By this act the Federal Government appropriated for the year ending June 30, 1918, the sum of 500,000 and for each succeeding year up to and including that ending June 30, 1925, a sum exceeding by 250,000 the appropriation of the next preceding year. Beginning July 1, 1925, the sum is to be fixed at 3,000,000 per annum. These appropriations will be allotted to each state in... (Book - 16 Years (Edmund James))
  • 1925: ... will be Hotel Chelsea, Los Angeles. Returning to U r b a n a late in July she expects a visit from Emma Rhoads ickolay. Bessie E. Stover, '06-'07, is retiring from active library work on June 30th. Early in May the staff at the University of Iowa gave a beautiful afternoon party for her at the University Club. Besides the catalog department, the older m e m b e r s of the staff who have known her... (UI Library School Alumni Newsletter - 24)
  • 1926: ...ing April 5, 1926, and continuing until September I, 1926, without salary. April 12, 1926 Walls, Mrs. Mary P., Stenographer in Mathematics, beginning March 16, 1926, and continuing until June 30, 1926, subject to the rules of the Civil Service Commission, at a cash compensation of three hundred fifty-one dollars and sixtyone cents 351.61 . March 27, 1926 Wernicke, H. 0., Instructor in Surgery, in ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1926)
  • 1926: ...ngton, of thefirmof Reckitt, Benington, and LeClear, to the Board of Examiners in Accountancy to serve for three years from July 1, 1916, to succeed Mr. F. B. Andersen whose term expired June 30, 1926. O n motion of M r . Armstrong, this appointment w a s m a d e . LEAVE OF ABSENCE FOR PROFESSOR KNIPP 9 Irecommendthat P o e s r Charles T. Knipp of the Department of Physics rfso be given a sabbatic... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1928)
  • 1926: ...e 30, 1916: August 4, 1926 President David Kinley, University of Illinois M y Dear President Kiklet: I transmit herewith the report of the Treasurer of the University for the year ending June 30, 1926, prepared in accordance with the by-laws of the Board of Trustees. I have examined this report and I hereby certify that i i correct and in t s agreement with the accounts of m y office, as shown by ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1928)
  • 1926: ...stees of the University of Illinois, Article 6, Section 4, pertaining to the duties of the Treasurer, I am submitting herewith a detailed report of the securities in m y possession as at June 30, 1926, also a report of all receipts and disbursements from July i, 1925, to June 30, 1926. Respectfully yours, A. M. Burke, Treasurer University of Illinois ,1926 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS IO7 S T A T E M E ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1928)
  • 1926: ...f the Treasurer, I am submitting herewith a detailed report of the securities in m y possession as at June 30, 1926, also a report of all receipts and disbursements from July i, 1925, to June 30, 1926. Respectfully yours, A. M. Burke, Treasurer University of Illinois ,1926 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS IO7 S T A T E M E N T OF RECEIPTS A N D DISBURSEMENTS OF T H E T R E A S U R E R OF T H E UNIVERSITY OF... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1928)
  • 1926: ... Jan. i-Apr. 1 July i-Oct. 1 ,no board of trustees September 22 This report was received for record. THE QUARTERLY REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER 24 I submit the quarterly report of the as of June 30, 1926. Schedule A STATEMENT OF RESERVE A N D CONTINGENT F U N D Q U A R T E R E N D I N G J U N E 30, 1926 Balance Forward March 31,1926 , 119 572 34 Add: 1924-25 balances carried forward subject to reappr... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1928)
  • 1926: ...ic Exit Locks 050 00 Campus Plans Bill of C. A Piatt 1 253 40 Meeting June 14, 1926 Agricultural Extension for Automobile 950 OO Death Benefits Eric Froberg 750 00 Unappropriated Balance June 30, 1926 110 385 4 Add: Surplus of Actual Incomes over Estimates State Board for Vocational Education Smith-Hughes Special Veteran's Bureau Contract Student Fees Miscellaneous Sales Lapsed Appropriation Balan... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1928)
  • 1926: ...Y 3 On recommendation o Dean Mumford, I recommend that: f a A balance of 1475.06 in the special appropriation for Nutrition Investigation made February 13, 1926, and remaining unexpended June 30, 1926, be reappropriated for the purposes of the original appropriation; b Unappropriated income of Animal Husbandry from sales for the year ending June 30, 1926, be appropriated to the department in accor... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1928)
  • 1926: ...1926, and remaining unexpended June 30, 1926, be reappropriated for the purposes of the original appropriation; b Unappropriated income of Animal Husbandry from sales for the year ending June 30, 1926, be appropriated to the department in accordance with the recommendation of the Dean for the following-purposes: Operation 703.22 Equipment 750.00 The balance under item a was inadvertently merged by... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1928)
  • 1926: ...The University Committee recommended the appointment of Mr. Harold Benington, C.P.A., of Chicago to the Board of Examiners to succeed Mr. Frederick B. Andrews, C.P.A,, whose term expired June 30, 1926. You ,UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 523 1928 presented his name to the Board of Trustees, the Board approved the appointment, and Mr. Benington accepted it. The organization of the Board has been as follows... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1928)
  • 1926: ..., the unused funds will not be available for use except with the approval of the President. Appropriations for Expense and Equipment are available for one year beginning July 1 and ending June 30. These appropriations are based on an estimated distribution of expenditures according to the various budget classifications of "Wages, Office Expense, etc." Expenditures must be made in approximate accor... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1928)
  • 1926: ...erned, the Director of the general department concerned, or the corresponding general officer, and in all cases by the Comptroller. All unencumbered balances in these appropriations lapse June 30. ESTIMATED BUDGET INCOME I. State Appropriations for Operation, Maintenance, and Equipment Salaries and Wages 3,050,000.00 Office Expense 140,000.00 Travel 40,000.00 Operation 460,000.00 Repairs 150,000.0... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1928)
  • 1926: ...and was applied on regular departmental requisitions during the closing days of the last fiscal year. Since this appropriation was made for a special purpose, the unexpended balance as of June 30 must be restored and held available for that purpose. Concerning item b , at the end of the lastfiscalyear the Department of Animal Husbandry had an excess of receipts over budget estimates amounting to 1... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1928)
  • 1926: ...e will not be ready for market until some time in July. In the meantime it i necessary to purchase feed s and provide labor to take care of them. Most of this expense must be met prior to June 30. I have authorized the Comptroller and the Department to treat the value of the cattle as a deferred resource for the budget and to set up the estimated value of the cattle as of June 30, and credit that ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1928)
  • 1926: ... June 30. I have authorized the Comptroller and the Department to treat the value of the cattle as a deferred resource for the budget and to set up the estimated value of the cattle as of June 30, and credit that amount to the Department to be drawn against. I request confirmation of m y action on this matter. O n motion of M r . Barr, this action was confirmed. APPROPRIATION FOR DEPARTMENT OF CHE... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1928)
  • 1926: ...nd the Board unanimously concurred, that Mr. Lewis should be reimbursed for the money which he expended for living quarters and office from the time he was employed from May 12, 1924, to June 30, 1926, with the exception of the month of May, 1926, when the University furnished him a cottage. The total amount expended was 2,481.50. Mr. Barrett recommends t h a t the 2,481.50 be appropriated for thi... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1926: ...nd the Board unanimously concurred, that Mr. Lewis should be reimbursed for the money which he expended for living quarters and office from the time he was employed from May 12, 1924, to June 30, 1926, with the exception of the month of May, 1926, when the University furnished him a cottage. The total amount expended was 2,481.50. Mr. Barrett recommends t h a t the 2,481.50 be appropriated for thi... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1927: ... remainder one year from date at 6 . I recommend that this offer be accepted and an appropriation of 4,250 be made therefor from unexpended balances of appropriations for the year closing June 30. On motion of Mrs. Blake, these recommendations were approved by the following vote: Aye, Mr. Abbott, Mrs. Blake, Mrs. Grigsby, Mr. Hoit, Mr. Trimble; no, Mrs. Busey; not voting, Mrs. Evans; absent, Mr. B... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1922)
  • 1927: ...ber 1,1926, at a cash compensation of one hundredfiftydollars 150 October 18, 1926 Huffman, H . F., Instructor in Electrical Engineering, beginning October 14, 1926, and continuing until June 30, 1927, at a cash compensation at the rate of one hundred ninety dollars 190 a month. October 9, 1926 Hyler, Frances W., Stenographer in Agricultural Education, on one-half time, for nine and one-half month... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1928)
  • 1927: ...1926, at a cash compensation of five hundred dollars 500 . September 21, 1926 Lloyd, D. B., Jr., Assistant in General Engineering Drawing, beginning October 11, 1926, and continuing unil June 30, 1927, at a cash compensation at the rate of one hundred ninety dollars S190 a month. October 6, 1926 Loworn, J. E., Jr., Scholar in Economics, for the academic year beginning in September, 1926, at a stip... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1928)
  • 1927: ..., at a cash compensation of one thousand dollars 1000 . November 13, 1926 Heino, A. F., Assistant in Architecture, on three-fourths time, beginning October 16, 1926, and continuing until June 30, 1927, at a cash compensation at the rate of one hundred dollars 100 a month. October 19, 1926 Kaplan, M . A., Attendant in Physiological Chemistry, for ten and one-half months beginning October 15, 1926, ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1928)
  • 1927: ... a cash compensation of one thousand eight hundred dollars 1800 . July 19, 1926 ' Smith, L. W., Assistant in Chemistry, on one-half time, beginning October 25, 1926, and continuing until June 30, 1927, at a cash compensation at the rate of sixty dollars 60 a month. This supersedes his previous appointment. October 22, 1926 Streicher, M . H., Instructor in Anatomy, on one-fourth time, for eleven mo... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1928)
  • 1927: ...also for record a l s of appointments made it by the President of the University. Alyea, P. E., Assistant in Economics, on one-half time, beginning February 7, 1927, and continuing until June 30, 1927, at a cash compensation at the rate of seventy dollars 70 a month.1 February 24, 1927 1 Bacon, C. A., Assistant in Obstetrics and Gynecology, for five months beginning February 1, 1927, without salar... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1928)
  • 1927: ...February 24, 1927 Whalin, O. L., Research Assistant in Agricultural Economics, in the Agricultural Experiment Station, on one-half time, beginning February 15, 1927, and continuing until June 30, 1927, at a cash compensation at the rate of seventy-two dollars 72 a month.1 February 15, 1927 Whitaker, W . R., Student Assistant in Military Science, forfivemonths beginning February I, 1927, at a cash ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1928)
  • 1927: ... Cold Storage Company bonds, be appropriated so far as necessary to meet the deficit in the expense of operation and equipment of the McKinley Hospital for the year from July 1, 1926, to June 30, 1927. A further recommendation that the Board accept from the Trustee of the Students' Hospital Association the sum of 3,000, and that this sum be appropriated towards meeting any deficit in expense of op... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1928)
  • 1927: ...he excess receipts from sales over the budget estimates in the Department of Animal Husbandry be appropriated to the Department for the necessary expense of operation for the year ending June 30, 1927. O n motion of M r s . Busey, this appropriation w a s m a d e , b y the following vote: A y e , M r . Armstrong, M r s . Busey, M r s . E v a n s . ,322 BOARD OF TRUSTEES June 10 PAYMENT OF BILL T O... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1928)
  • 1927: ...768.33 30,135.72 Operating Loss J 3,141.29 909.13 t 4.050.42 Add: Deficit at beginning of Year Corrected f 271.78 Adjustments and Non-Operating Expenses 277.59 t 549-37 Estimated Deficit June 30, 1927 f 4,599-79 This report was received for record. COMPTROLLER'S REPORT OF CONTRACTS AND PURCHASE ORDERS 22 The Comptroller's report of contracts made and purchase orders issued since the last meeting o... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1928)
  • 1927: ...TION A N D MAINTENANCE 27 A recommendation that an appropriation of 4,73341 be made from the Reserve and Contingent Fund to the Physical Plant Operating Budget for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1927, to take care of a deficit caused mainly by the assignment of the Board made at the last meeting of funds to offset the charge for heat and light service for the McK-inley Hospital. O n motion of D r... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1928)
  • 1927: ...tember 27, 1927. DEGREES IN MEDICINE The Secretary presented for record a l s of candidates on w h o m the it degree of Doctor of Medicine had been conferred between October 1, 1926, and June 30, 1927, on completion of the year of interneship on the dates indicated. Reuben Seid, B.S. June 12, 1927 H. Manning Elliott, A.B., B.S. June 14, 1927 Albert Carlos Barber, B.S. June 15, 1927 Joseph Jacob Mi... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1928)
  • 1927: June 30, 1927 Jones, Edith C , T o give instruction in Library Science in the S u m m e r Session of 1927, beginning June 20 and ending August 13, at a compensation of three The date in parenthesis it the date on ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1928)
  • 1927: June 30, 1927 ,420 BOARD OF TRUSTEES Juty H King, Ameda R., To give instruction in History in the Summer Session of 19 7, on one-half time, beginning June 20 and ending August 13, at a compensation of one hundred ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1928)
  • 1927: June 30, 1927 T h e B o a r d adjourned, at 11 p. m., to meet at 11 a. m . o n Friday, July 15, 1927. SESSION O F J U L Y 15, 1927 W h e n the Board convened at the University, in Urbana, at 11 o'clock a. m. on Fr... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1928)
  • 1927: ...26 00 40 777 75 526 1 401 00 87 ,446 board of trustees September 27 REPORT OF THE TREASURER 45 I submit the following report of the Treasurer, Honorable A. M . Burke, for the year ending June 30, 1927, transmitted by the Comptroller with the accompanying letters: July 19, 1927 President David Kinley, University of Illinois M y dear President Kinley: I transmit to you herewith the report of the Tre... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1928)
  • 1927: ...ters: July 19, 1927 President David Kinley, University of Illinois M y dear President Kinley: I transmit to you herewith the report of the Treasurer of the University for the year ending June 30, 1927, as prepared by M r . A. M . Burke, Treasurer. I have checked the report and certify that it is correct and in agreement with the accounts of m y office as shown by the attached reconciliation statem... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1928)
  • 1927: ...greement with the accounts of m y office as shown by the attached reconciliation statement. Respectfully yours, Lloyd Mokey Comptroller RECONCILIATION WITH THE UNIVERSITY TREASURER AS AT JUNE 30, 1927 Treasurer's Balance 917 228 66 Add: Receipts not Deposited 19 062 29 936 290 95 Deduct: Unpaid Warrants 201 295 77 Business Office Balance 734 99S 18 July H, 1927 The Board of Trustees of the Univers... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1928)
  • 1927: ...es of the University of Illinois, Article 6, Section 4, pertaining to the duties of the Treasurer, I a m submitting herewith a detailed report of the securities in m y possession as at June 30th, 1927, also a report of all receipts and disbursements from July l, 1926, to June 30th, 1927. Respectfully yours, A. M. Burke Treasurer ,I927 U N I V E R S I T Y O F ILLINOIS 447 S T A T E M E N T OF RECEI... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1928)
  • 1927: ... Treasurer, I a m submitting herewith a detailed report of the securities in m y possession as at June 30th, 1927, also a report of all receipts and disbursements from July l, 1926, to June 30th, 1927. Respectfully yours, A. M. Burke Treasurer ,I927 U N I V E R S I T Y O F ILLINOIS 447 S T A T E M E N T OF RECEIPTS A N D DISBURSEMENTS OF T H E TREASURER OF T H E UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS Y E A R E N ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1928)
  • 1927: ...ry 12, 1927 December, io s ,45 board of trustees September 27 This report was received for record. REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER 46 I submit the Report of the Comptroller for the year ending June 30, 1927, with the following accompanying letter: July 19, 1927 President David Kirdey, 355 Administration Bldg. West D e a r President Kin ley: I transmit to you herewith the Quarterly Report of the Comptrol... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1928)
  • 1927: ...9, 1927 President David Kirdey, 355 Administration Bldg. West D e a r President Kin ley: I transmit to you herewith the Quarterly Report of the Comptroller to the Board of Trustees as of June 30, 1927. As this report comes at the end of the fiscal year thefigurestherein represent in total the transactions of the year ending that date, and the condition of the various funds at that time. Copies are... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1928)
  • 1927: ...dget estimate set up. 'Credited direct to revolving accounts, not carried as separate itema on Balance Sheet. Schedule C S U M M A R Y OF RECEIPTS A N D DISBURSEMENTS Y E A R E N D I N G JUNE 30, 1927 Balance July 1, 1026 Receipts t and and State DisburseBalance Adjustments Appropriation mints June so, 1927 Funds in Hands of University Treasurer General Fund 671 334 50 fi 887 586 34 907 836 59 t 6... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1928)
  • 1927: ...UNTS OF ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 14 In accordance with the by-laws of the Athletic Association I submit a report from the Comptroller of the audit of i s accounts for the six t months ending June 30, 1927, andfinancialstatement for the year ending June 30, 1927. This report was received for record. COMPTROLLER'S REPORT OF CONTRACTS AND PURCHASE ORDERS 15 PURCHASE ORDERS ISSUED DURING of contracts T H ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1928)
  • 1927: ...-laws of the Athletic Association I submit a report from the Comptroller of the audit of i s accounts for the six t months ending June 30, 1927, andfinancialstatement for the year ending June 30, 1927. This report was received for record. COMPTROLLER'S REPORT OF CONTRACTS AND PURCHASE ORDERS 15 PURCHASE ORDERS ISSUED DURING of contracts T H purchase The following report from the Comptroller THE M ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1928)
  • 1927: ...vious report to July 1, 1927. This report w a s received for record. REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON ACCOUNTANCY 26 The Annual Report of the Committee on Accountancy for the year July 1, 1926, to June 30, 1927. REPORT Dr. David Kinley, President Dear Mr. President: The University Committee on Accountancy respectfully submits herewith a report of its work for the year ended June 30, 1927. Personnel The memb... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1928)
  • 1927: ...26, to June 30, 1927. REPORT Dr. David Kinley, President Dear Mr. President: The University Committee on Accountancy respectfully submits herewith a report of its work for the year ended June 30, 1927. Personnel The membership of the University Committee has been as follows: Professor M. H. Robinson, Chairman; Professor W . E. Britton; Registrar G. P. Tuttle, Secretary, ex-officio. Mr. D. A. Gross... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1928)
  • 1927: ...26 00r 43 Physical Education Men 1 250 00 Schedule D , Pharmacy 1 200 00 Adjustment to Expense Budget Retiring Allowances Assignment to cover 1926-27 encumbrances Balance lapsed in error June 30, 1927 Assignment to cover Incidental Disbursements ,1928 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS Schedule B REALIZATION OF INCOME FOR OPERATIONS 1927-28 TO DECEMBER 31. 1927 Budget Estimate Realized to Date 549 Unrealised ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1928)
  • 1927: ..., the unused funds will not be available for use except with the approval of the President. Appropriations for Expense and Equipment are available for one year beginning July I and ending June 30. These appropriations are based on an estimated distribution of expenditures according to the various budget classifications of "Wages, Office Expense, etc." Expenditures must be made in approximate accor... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1928)
  • 1927: ...erned, the Director of the general department concerned, or the corresponding general officer, and in all cases by the Comptroller. All unencumbered balances in these appropriations lapse June 30. ESTIMATED BUDGET INCOME I. State Appropriations for Operation, Maintenance, and Equipment Salaries and Wages 3,275,000.00 Office Expense 140,000.00 Travel 40,000.00 Operation 465,000.00 Repairs 160,000.0... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1928)
  • 1927: ...ken down, and that nothing further can be done about the matter at present. Unless otherwise instructed, the Comptroller will allow the appropriation to lapse at the end of thefiscalyear, June 30. This report was received for record. FIRE DAMAGE TO KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA PROPERTY. ADJUSTM E N T OF FIRE LOSS, A N D REMODELING O F D A V E N P O R T A N D KAPPA KAPPA G A M M A H O U S E S 14 The Supervisi... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1928)
  • 1927: ...ort. For future reference, the report n o w submitted should replace the one formerly sent you. Cordially yours, Lloyd Morey, Comptroller Schedule A McKINLEY HOSPITAL B A L A N C E SHEET JUNE 30, 1927, A N D JUNE a, 1928 ASSETS Current Assets June 30, 1927 June jo, 192, Cash 682975 8 873 36 Accounts Receivable Individuals Prior to Sept. 1 404 04 434 oj Sept. 1 to Nov. 30 70 60 8635 Dec. 1 to Feb. ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1927: ...tate College for Women at Denton. Lucy R. Foote, '26-'27, has been appointed head cataloger of the State University of Louisiana Library at Baton Rouge. Frances Simpson, '03, will sail on June 30th on the S. S. Lituania, Baltic American Line. She will be a member of Dr. Koch's Bibliographical Tour. Nell Young, '27-'28, withdrew from the school in December and recentlv has been married to Mr. Alber... (UI Library School Alumni Newsletter - 11)
  • 1928: ...n, Associate in Farm Organization and Management, in Smith-Lever Extension, and in the Agricultural Experiment Station, be given leave of absence without salary from December 1, 1927, to June 30, 1928, in order that he may do some work for the United States Department of Agriculture during that time. O n motion of Mrs. Evans, this leave was granted. PAYMENT OF ACCIDENT COMPENSATION TO M R . A. J. ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1928)
  • 1928: ...ent I made with Dean Babcock and Professor Shantz for the appointment of Professor W . W . Lepeschkin of Charles University, Prague, as Visiting Professor and Lecturer from February 1 to June 30, 1928, at a t t l salary of 1,500 to be paid from the fund oa for Visiting Professorships, Lectures, and other functions. O n motion of Mrs. Grigsby, this appointment was approved. C.P.A. CERTIFICATES 14 T... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1928)
  • 1928: ...Accountants, of Chicago, be appointed a member of the il Board of Examiners in Accountancy, to serve for three years from July I, 1928, to succeed Mr. Arthur Andersen, whose term expires June 30, 1928. O n motion of Mr. Trees, this appointment was made. ADVISORY COMMITTEES IN THE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE 3 On recommendation of Dean Mumford, I recommend the appointment of the following Advisory Commi... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1928)
  • 1928: ...educt. xNo budget estimate set up. Credited direct to revolving accounts, not carried as separate items on Balance Sheet. Amount realized to March 31. 1928, n , 708.41; to be transferred June 30, 1928. ,1928 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 591 Schedule C SUMMARY OF BOARD APPROPRIATIONS AS AT MARCH 31, 1 2 98 Total Expendi- DisburseCredits lures Administration and General 403 584 39 258 051 68 Library 122 9... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1928)
  • 1928: ...nd are presented herewith as the report of the members of the joint committee who have been able to consider the matter. 1 According to the report of the Comptroller, for the year ending June 30, 1928, the operating loss of the McKinley Hospital was 5,913.14, not including the Comptroller's estimate of approximately 5,000, for heat, light, power, and water, and depreciation of equipment. The cost ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1928)
  • 1928: ...quest of the Comptroller, I recommend that the following balances from the year 1927-28 be reappropriated as of July I, 1928, to cover what is not yet completed: ESTIMATED BALANCES AS OF JUNE 30, 1928, FOR R E A P P R O P R I A T I O N F O R 1928-29 Alumni Directory Appropriation of February 14, 1928 n 746 15 Health Service Research Appropriation of Sept. 27, 1927 420 37 Nutrition Investigations A... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1928)
  • 1928: ..., the unused funds will not be available for use except with the approval of the President. Appropriations for Expense and Equipment are available for one year beginning July 1 and ending June 30. These appropriations are based on an estimated distribution of expenditures according to the various budget classifications of "Wages, Office Expense, etc." Expenditures must be made in approximate accor... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1928)
  • 1928: ...erned, the Director of the general department concerned, or the corresponding general officer, and in all cases by the Comptroller. All unencumbered balances in these appropriations lapse June 30. ESTIMATED BUDGET INCOME I. State Appropriations for Operation, Maintenance, and Equipment Salaries and Wages 3 275 000 00 Office Expense 140 000 00 Travel 40 000 00 Operation 465 OOO 00 Repairs 160 000 0... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1928)
  • 1928: ...RIATION FOR PURCHASE OF DAIRY CATTLE 23 O n request of Dean Mumford, I recommend that an appropriation of 1,800 be made from the unexpended balance of the Department of Dairy Husbandry at June 30, for the purchase of cattle for the Purebred herd to replace animals which were sold from that herd because they had proved to be non-breeders or had been affected by disease. Grigsby,Mr. Small,Dr. r .Nob... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1928)
  • 1928: ...a s received for record. REPORT ON E. A. WALLACE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND 28 The following report from the Comptroller on the E. A. Wallace Memorial Scholarship Fund for the year ending June 30, 1928: July 21, 1928 President David Kinley, 35s Administration Dear President Kinley: I send you herewith a report of the E. A. Wallace Memorial Scholarship Fund, a copy of which I have sent to the Board ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1928: ... year, kindly do so to President Kinley in the same manner as heretofore. Very truly yours, Lloyd Morey, Comptroller ANNUAL REPORT ON E. A. WALLACE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND, YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1928 PRINCIPAL ACCOUNT Received from bequest of Gertrude E. Haweis Specific Bequest 10 000 00 Interest 7 eight months 466 67 10 466 67 Less California Inheritance Tax 475 00 Net Amount Received 9 991 67 I... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1928: ...oskins, Second Semester 1927-28 Citizens State Bank Accrued interest on Mortgage purchased N. B. Carson, Recorder McLean County Recording Assignment of Mortgage Balance in Income Account June 30, 1928 337 98 158 50 15 00 1 00 174 50 163 48 Lloyd Morey, Comptroller This report received for record. QUARTERLY REPORT OF COMPTROLLER 29 The quarterly report of the Comptroller as at June 30, 1928. July 1... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1928: ...30, 1928 337 98 158 50 15 00 1 00 174 50 163 48 Lloyd Morey, Comptroller This report received for record. QUARTERLY REPORT OF COMPTROLLER 29 The quarterly report of the Comptroller as at June 30, 1928. July 18, 1928 President David Kinley, 355 Administration Building West Dear President Kinley: I transmit herewith the Quarterly Report of the Comptroller to the Board of Trustees for the quarter end... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1928: ...resident David Kinley, 355 Administration Building West Dear President Kinley: I transmit herewith the Quarterly Report of the Comptroller to the Board of Trustees for the quarter ending June 30, 1928. Since this is the end of the fiscal 'Investment in 5 real estate mortgage in process. ,12 board o f trustees September 2 0 year, the figures included in the report represent the transactions for the... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1928: ... the various funds and appropriations at the end of the year. Respectfully submitted, Lloyd Morey, Comptroller QUARTERLY REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER TO THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES QUARTER ENDING JUNE 30, 1928 SUMMARY Reserve and Contingent Fund The unappropriated balance of the Reserve and Contingent Fund estimated excess of income of the year over appropriations at the beginning of the quarter was 164,73... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1928: ...e Board of Trustees is custodian. See Appendix II . Lloyd Morey, Comptroller Schedule A S T A T E M E N T OF RESERVE A N D C O N T I N G E N T F U N D FOR T H E Q U A R T E R E N D I N G JUNE 30, 1928 Balance forward March 3 i, 1928 164 736 21 A dd: Reimbursement for 1926-27 expenditures for Improvements to Carter-Pennell Tenant Property 250 00 Transferred from Woman's Residence Halls Surplus for ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1928: ...d by the Treasurer and the balance as given in m y quarterly report already submitted. Respectfully submitted, Lloyd Morey Comptroller RECONCILIATION WITH THE UNIVERSITY TREASURER AS A T JUNE 30, 1928 Treasurer's Balance Ji 083 551 27 Add: Receipts not Deposited 32 103 10 i 115 654 37 Deduct: Deposits not entered as receipts by Business Office 8 000 22 Unpaid Warrants 289 947 95 Business Office Ba... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1928: ...es of the University of Illinois, Article 6, Section 4, pertaining to the duties of the Treasurer, I a m submitting herewith a detailed report of the securities in m y possession as at June 30th, 1928, also a report of all receipts and disbursements from July i, 1927 to June 30th, 1928. Respectfully yours, A. M . Burke, Treasurer University of Illinois ,TRUST FUND INVESTMENTS AS AT JUNE 30. 1 2 98... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1928: ...e Treasurer, I a m submitting herewith a detailed report of the securities in m y possession as at June 30th, 1928, also a report of all receipts and disbursements from July i, 1927 to June 30th, 1928. Respectfully yours, A. M . Burke, Treasurer University of Illinois ,TRUST FUND INVESTMENTS AS AT JUNE 30. 1 2 98 Interest Par Purchase Amortised Fund Security Rate Maturity Value Rate Book Value Dat... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1928: ...al Association for 1927-29 Operations...... I 73 45 Total Donations to cover Operating Deficit 3 263 SS Deduct: Operating Deficit 1927-28 above Balance of Reserve for 1927-29 Operations, June 30, 1928. Schedule A Shdl C ceue Reserve for Purchase of New Equipment 1926-27 Donation forward. July 1, 1927- or 9 7- 8 Purchases Mckinley hospital comparative statement of income 1927-28 Donation from Hospi... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1928: ...ORT OF THE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 11 In accordance with the by-laws of the Athletic Association, I submit a report from the Comptroller of an audit of its accounts for thefiscalyear ending June 30, 1928. This statement was received for record. O n motion of M r . W a r d , the Committee on Physical Education w a s asked to confer with the directors of the Athletic Association and to m a k e a report... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1928: ... AND INVESTMENTS Mr. Trees offered the following report for the Finance Committee. The Finance Committee recommends to the Board of Trustees that the Annual Report of the Treasurer as of June 30, 1928, be approved and accepted, but that the list of investments now owned by the University of Illinois be sub- ,1928 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 75 mitted to two reputable trust companies for study and repor... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1928: ...ship in chemistry, amounting to 750, for the academic year 1919-30. This report w a s received for record. C.P.A. REPORT 22 The report of the Committee on Accountancy for the year ending June 30, 1928. Dr. David Kinky, President Dear M b . President: The University Committee on Accountancy respectfully submits herewith a report of its work for the year ended June 30, 1928. PERSONNEL The membership... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1928: ... year ending June 30, 1928. Dr. David Kinky, President Dear M b . President: The University Committee on Accountancy respectfully submits herewith a report of its work for the year ended June 30, 1928. PERSONNEL The membership of the University Committee has been as follows: Professor M . H. Robinson, Chairman; Professor W . E. Britton; Registrar G. P. Tuttle, Secretary, ex-officio. Mr. D. A. Gros... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1928: ...Advertising 118.20 Telephone, Telegraph, Freight and Express 36.98 Total Expenditures 5,845.88 A d d Incumbrances Outstanding June 30, 1928 30' 5 Total Expenses 5,875.93 Balance on Hand, June 30, 1928 Business O f c Records fie 23,052.24 This report was received for record. COMPTROULER'S REPORT OF CONTRACTS AND PURCHASE ORDERS 13 The following report from the Comptroller of contracts and purchase ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1928: ...emented by of examination of a all cash receipts vouchers the result e Trustees, 1929 of 1929, Young STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS OF UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS YEAR ENDING Balance June 30, 1928 Receipts: July August. . . September October November December January February March April May June ,1929 U N I V E R S I T Y O F ILLINOIS 38I inal departmental records. Cash received as recorded ha... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1928: ... the Third Principal Meridian, containing 160 acres, located in Champaign County, Illinois. Total mortgage 8000, amount held by this fund 5 491 67 9 991 67 Income Account Balance forward June 30, 1928 163 48 Receipts Swigart Mortgage Interest 225 00 Richards Mortgage Interest 274 68 A. M . Burke, Treasurer, Interest on Cash Balance 29 75 529 43 692 91 Disbursements Purchase of Accrued Interest Ric... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1928: ... Clerk of the Committee. The University Committee recommended the appointment of Mr. Eric L. Kohler of Chicago to the Board of Examiners to succeed Mr. Arthur Anderson whose term expired June 30, 1928. You presented his name to the Board of Trustees, the Board approved the appointment and Mr. Kohler accepted it. The organization of the Board has been as follows: Mr. Harold Bennington, C.P.A., Chai... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1928: ...s the estimated income for all purposes other than for new buildings provided for by Special State Appropriations, for the current fiscal year, and the amount realized from each source to June 30. The amount realized from State Appropriations is the amount of vouchers certified to the State Auditor for payment from these appropriations. T h e amount realized from Student Fees is the net amount aft... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1928: ...collection has been made in cash. Schedule C. S u m m a r y of Receipts and Disbursements. This statement shows the amount of cash receipts from all sources for the current fiscal year to June 30, deposited with the Treasurer of the University, also the amount appropriated to the University by the State for the current fiscal year. It shows also the disbursements from funds in the hands of the Uni... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1928: ...scal year. It shows also the disbursements from funds in the hands of the University Treasurer and from State Appropriations and the unexpended not unencumbered balance in each fund as at June 30. Schedule D is a summary of the appropriations made by the Board of Trustees for the current fiscal year, the expenditures from these appropriations, the outstanding encumbrances in the form of orders and... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1928: ...y the Board of Trustees for the current fiscal year, the expenditures from these appropriations, the outstanding encumbrances in the form of orders and contracts, and the free balances on June 30. Included with appropriations under the heading "Total Credits" are reappropriations of balances from the previous year and sales credited to departments. Schedule E shows operation of storerooms and serv... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1929: ...3, 1927 Mackey, B. H., Research Graduate Assistant in Gas Engineering, in the Engineering October 3,dollars 60 aJuly and this supersedingat andcash compensation ment . rateExperiment1927 June 30, 1929 sixty not including month October 1, 1927,your previous appointat the of but Station, beginning August, 1928 a continuing until ,484 BOARD OF TRU8TEES October 12 Milum, V. G., Associate in Entomology... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1928)
  • 1929: ...Sept. I, 1928 600 42. M . A. Youker, Research Graduate Assistant in Gas Engineering 10 mos. 6001 43. B. H. Mackey, Research Graduate Assistant in Gas Engineering From Oct. I, 1927, until June 30, 1929, at 60 per month not including July and August 6oo 44. Joseph Marin, Special Research Graduate Assistant in Civil Engineering 2 yrs. of 10 mos. each from Sept. 1, 1928 .. 6oo 45. James Mather, Resear... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1928)
  • 1929: ...ndred dollars 600 . September 8, 1928 8 Nicholson, H u g h Philo, Instructor in Mining Engineering, in the College of Engineering, beginning when he reports for duty and continuing until June 30, 1929, at a cash compensation at the rate of two hundred fifty dollars 250 per month. September 4, 1928 Nowell, Reynolds Irwin, Assistant in the Department of Farm Organization and Management, in the Agric... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1929: ...-sixon which 141.66 a month. made by the President of the University. 1928 Brown, Frederick W., Assistant in Physics, on one-half time, beginning September 25, 1928, and continuing until June 30, 1929, at a cash compensation at the rate of seventy dollars 70 a month. October 5, 1928 Byers, George Boyd, Assistant in Farm Organization and Management, in 1928,aat a cash compensation at1928 rate of on... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1929: ... and continuing until January 31, 1929, at a cash compensation at the rate of one hundred twenty dollars 120 a month, this superseding his previous appointment; from February 1, 1929, to June 30, 1929, his original appointment on one-half time will be effective, at a cash compensation at the rate of seventy dollars 70 a month. September 21, 1928 Hatfield, Lillian Maynard, Instructor in Psychology,... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1929: .... Small, M r . W a r d . ACTIVE SERVICE FOR DEAN DAVENPORT 18 A request for authority to call Dean Eugene Davenport back into active service for a period of service to end not later than June 30, 1929, on terms to be arranged. O n motion of M r s . Ickes, this authority w a s given. COOPERATIVE INVESTIGATION OF ILLINOIS COALS 19 O n recommendation of Dean Ketchum I recommend approval of an agreeme... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1929: ...n at the rate of fifty dollars 50 a month. February 12, I929 2 Ayres, Donald P., Assistant in Architecture, in the College of Engineering, betion at February one hundred continuing until June 30, 1929, February 12, 1929 ginningthe rate of 14, 1929, andseventy dollars 170 a month. at a cash compensa- ,152 BOARD OF TRUSTEES M a r c h 12 Beaver, Paul C , Assistant in Zoology, on one-half time, forfiv... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1929: ...h this superseding her previous appointment . February 12, 1929 Van Arsdell, Paul M., Assistant in Economics, in the College of Commerce, beginning February 6, 1929, and continuing until June 30, 1929, at a cash compensation of seven hundred dollars 700 for the semester this superseding his previous appointment . February 12, 1929 Vanek, Olga, Assistant in English, on two-thirds time, forfivemonth... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1929: ...inting and publications 250 4. Travel 500 5. Reserve fund, unassigned 2 000 Total, expense and equipment 4 000 Salaries H o m e Advisory Work 7 N e w County H o m e Advisers, term ending June 30, 1929 7 000 Junior Club Work 9 County Junior Club Leaders, term ending June 30, 1929 6 300 3 District Junior Club Specialists, term ending June 30, 1929 2 700 Total salaries 16 000 Total budget 20 000 O n ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1929: ...al, expense and equipment 4 000 Salaries H o m e Advisory Work 7 N e w County H o m e Advisers, term ending June 30, 1929 7 000 Junior Club Work 9 County Junior Club Leaders, term ending June 30, 1929 6 300 3 District Junior Club Specialists, term ending June 30, 1929 2 700 Total salaries 16 000 Total budget 20 000 O n motion of M r . Trees, this action was confirmed and the budget was approved by... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1929: ... w County H o m e Advisers, term ending June 30, 1929 7 000 Junior Club Work 9 County Junior Club Leaders, term ending June 30, 1929 6 300 3 District Junior Club Specialists, term ending June 30, 1929 2 700 Total salaries 16 000 Total budget 20 000 O n motion of M r . Trees, this action was confirmed and the budget was approved by the following vote: Aye, President Armstrong, M r . Barr, Mrs. Buse... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1929: ... a s m a d e . RESIGNATION OF ARTHUR G. ELDREDGE 15 A report of the resignation of Arthur G. Eldredge as Director of Photographic Laboratory and Instructor in Photography, to take effect June 30, 1929. This report w a s received for record. RESIGNATION OF MISS CORA K. MILLER 16 A report that Miss Cora K. Miller, Assistant to the Dean of W o m e n since 1924-25, has announced that she will not be a... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1929: ...ses. 890 25 No budget Student Faculty Directory , 097 45 'Credited direct to revolving accounts, not carried as separate itemston Balance Sheet. Librarybe transferred from other accounts June 30, 1929. 1 125 67 'To Fines and Charges Miscellaneous 911 84 8 984 92 College of Liberal Arts and Sciences 1 244 74 Engineering College and Experiment Station 2 995 8z Graduate School 1 252 74 Chicago Depart... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1929: ...31, 1929, at a cash compensation at the rate of sixty dollars 6o a month. April 12, 1929 Griffin, Judson Roy, Laboratory Assistant in Geology, beginning April 15, 1929, and continuing to June 30, 1929, at a cash compensation at the rate of one hundred thirty dollars 130 a month this superseding his previous appointment . April 16, 1929 Grosz, Eugene, Assistant in Internal Medicine, in the College ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1929: ...MENT OF HORTICULTURE 25 Dean Mumford and Professor Blair recommend that 850, or as much thereof as may be necessary, be appropriated from excess horticultural receipts for the year ended June 30, 1929, for the expense of overhauling the central and north storage machines in the Horticulture Field Laboratory. I concur in this recommendation. O n motion of M r s . Busey, this appropriation w a s m a... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1929: ...t of the Purchasing Agent of purchase orders issued during the month of June, 1929, amounting to 1,000 or more. I a m also submitting a summary of all purchase orders for the year ending June 30, 1929. As the report indicates, a total of 14,328 orders were issued during the year representing a total amount of 933,545- Of this number 102, representing a cost of 275,155, were 1,000 or over in amount... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1929: 00 per month June 30, 1929 July 1, 1929, to PURCHASE ORDERS ISSUED IN JUNE AMOUNTING June 30, 1930. Champaign, Illinois TO Department Firm Description Agricultural Extension E. V. Kirby Company Two Fords Service Five Fords Agr... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1929: ...ne 11, 1929. Same chair as on previous award by the Board of Trustees. Approved by the Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees June 28, 1929. SUMMARY OF PURCHASE ORDERS, YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1929 Number Per cent Purchase orders placed locally s 3 29 3719 Purchase orders placed in the state other than locally 5 578 38 93 Purchase orders placed in the United States other than Illinois 3 360 23 ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1929: June 30, 1929 Brandenburg, Kenneth Charles, Resident in Ophthalmology, in the College of Medicine, beginning July 1, 1929, and continuing until June 30, 1930, at a cash compensation at the rate offiftydollars 50 a... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1929: June 30, 1929 Gillesby, William J., Assistant in Medicine, in the College of Medicine, on onehalf time, beginning June 15, 1929, and continuing until September 1, 1929, at a cash compensation at the rate offiftydo... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1929: June 30, 1929 Kobak, Alfred Julian, Assistant in Obstetrics and Gynecology, in the College of Medicine, on one-half time, for three months beginning June 1, 1929, at a cash compensation at the rate of seventy-five... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1929: June 30, 1929 Mullen, Timothy Francis, Instructor in Orthopedic Surgery, in the College of lThe date in parenthesis is 1929, on continuing until September 1, 1929, without Medicine, beginning June 27,the dateand w... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1929: ... public authorities and others interested. O n m o t i o n of M r . Blair, this resolution w a s adopted. QUARTERLY REPORT OF COMPTROLLER 43 The quarterly report of the Comptroller as of June 30, 1929: To the Members of the Board of Trustees of the University of Illinois: I transmit herewith the Quarterly Report required of m e covering the financial transactions of the University for the quarter ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1929: ...the Board of Trustees of the University of Illinois: I transmit herewith the Quarterly Report required of m e covering the financial transactions of the University for the quarter ending June 30, 1929. The Report includes the following statements: ,368 board of trustees September 18 Schedule A. Statement of the Reserve and Contingent Fund, or working balance of general income, for the quarter. Sch... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1929: ...e figures contained in this Report are cumulative for Lloyd Morey and, thefiscalyear therefore, represent the financial operations of the University for the Comptrollerending fiscal year June 30, 1929 and the financial condition of the University at that date. This report is subject to audit by the accounting firm employed by the Board for that purpose. The certificate of audit will be furnished a... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1929: ...tees of the University of Illinois, Article 6, Section 4, pertaining to the duties of the Treasurer, I a m submitting herewith a detailed report of the securities in m y possession as at June 30, 1929, also a report of all receipts and disbursements from July 1, 1928, to June 30, 1929. Respectfully yours, A. M. Burke Treasurer, University of Illinois ,Security Special Investments Endowment Funds B... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1929: ... the Treasurer, I a m submitting herewith a detailed report of the securities in m y possession as at June 30, 1929, also a report of all receipts and disbursements from July 1, 1928, to June 30, 1929. Respectfully yours, A. M. Burke Treasurer, University of Illinois ,Security Special Investments Endowment Funds British Columbia Pulp and Paper Company, Limited, First Mortgage Sinking Fund Bonds ..... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1929: ...r, this report was referred to the Finance Committee for consideration and report. AUDITORS' REPORT 45 The report of Arthur Young Company of their audit of University for the year ending June 30, 1929, and for the quarter ending June 30, 1929. September 6, 1929 Board of Trustees, University of Illinois Dear Sirs: W e have audited the accounts of the University of Illinois for the year ending June ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1929: ... Committee for consideration and report. AUDITORS' REPORT 45 The report of Arthur Young Company of their audit of University for the year ending June 30, 1929, and for the quarter ending June 30, 1929. September 6, 1929 Board of Trustees, University of Illinois Dear Sirs: W e have audited the accounts of the University of Illinois for the year ending June 30, 1929, and we hereby certify that, so f... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1929: ...r the quarter ending June 30, 1929. September 6, 1929 Board of Trustees, University of Illinois Dear Sirs: W e have audited the accounts of the University of Illinois for the year ending June 30, 1929, and we hereby certify that, so far as we have been able to ascertain by an extended detail examination, All Income which the University should have received during the year has been received and dul... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1929: ... for University purposes and have been properly authorized, and the expenditures have been correctly recorded in the books of account. The Cash and Securities as shown by the Books as at June 30, 1929, are correct in amount and have been verified by actual inspection, count or direct confirmation from the depositories. The Annual Report of the Comptroller to the Board of Trustees as at June 30, 19... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1929: ...are correct in amount and have been verified by actual inspection, count or direct confirmation from the depositories. The Annual Report of the Comptroller to the Board of Trustees as at June 30, 1929, as submitted to us, showing the Balance Sheet and detailed accounts as at that date, together with Statements of Operation for the year ending June 30, 1929, is in accordance with the books and, in ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1929: ... the Board of Trustees as at June 30, 1929, as submitted to us, showing the Balance Sheet and detailed accounts as at that date, together with Statements of Operation for the year ending June 30, 1929, is in accordance with the books and, in our opinion, is correct. Yours faithfully, JuneThe the Receipts have of an the Dear WSirs: 6, submit the following by checking Illinois for the done ending Se... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1929: ...t has been verified by extensive detail checking and by comparison with independent records; these tests have been extended to cover the larger items of income for the entire year ending June 30, 1929, thus supplementing our previous audits. The accounts of the Chicago Departments and of the Stadium Fund have been audited along the lines indicated above and have been found correct. The records of ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1929: ...count. W e hereby certify, that so far as we have been able to ascertain by an extended detail examination, All Income which the University should have received during the quarter ending June 30, 1929, has been received and duly accounted for. All Disbursements have been made for University purposes and have been properly authorized, and the expenditures have been correctly recorded in the books o... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1929: ...t in amount and have been verified by actual inspection, count or direct confirmation from the depositories. The Report of the Comptroller to the Board of Trustees for the quarter ending June 30, 1929, copy of which is attached hereto, is in accordance with the books and, in our opinion, is correct. The Financial Report of the Comptroller to the Governor of the State of Illinois, for the period be... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1929: ...rdance with the books and, in our opinion, is correct. The Financial Report of the Comptroller to the Governor of the State of Illinois, for the period beginning July 1, 1927, and ending June 30, 1929, is in accordance with the books and, in our opinion, is correct. Yours faithfully, Arthur Young Co. These reports were received for record. FINANCIAL REPORT OF MCKINLEY HOSPITAL 46 The following Fin... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1929: ...orts were received for record. FINANCIAL REPORT OF MCKINLEY HOSPITAL 46 The following Financial Report from the Comptroller on the operations of the McKinley Hospital for the year ending June 30, 1929: July 19, 1929 President David Kinlcy, 355 Administration Building Dear President Kinley: I send you for your files copy of a financial report of McKinley Hospital for the year ending June 30, 1929. ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1929: ...29: July 19, 1929 President David Kinlcy, 355 Administration Building Dear President Kinley: I send you for your files copy of a financial report of McKinley Hospital for the year ending June 30, 1929. A preliminary report was sent you some time ago giving an estimate of the conditions at the end of the year. The actual deficit for the year 4672.56 as compared with 6046.67 for the preceding year. ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1929: ... trustees September 18 REPORT O N E. A. WALLACE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND 47 The Comptroller makes the following report on the E. A. Wallace Memorial Scholarship Fund for the year ending June 30, 1929. A copy of this report has been sent to the President of the Board of Education of the City of Havana in accordance with the provisions of the bequest: E. A. WALLACE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND Princip... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1929: ...5 529 43 692 91 Disbursements Purchase of Accrued Interest Richards Mortgage 48 79 Scholarship Awards Clay V. Hoskins one semester 163 jo Wayne Craggs two semesters 270 00 482 29 Balance June 30, 1929 210 62 This report w a s received for record. REGISTRAR'S REPORT OF FEES FOR THE SUMMER SESSION 48 The Registrar's report of fees assessed for the summer session of 1929. Urbana Gross Refund Net Tota... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1929: ...etely furnished with up-to-date and expensive equipment except lighting for night operations. Patients The number of patient days treated in the last year were 7210 from July I, 1928, to June 30, 1929, from which an income was received of 4.34 per unit. The cost of service to these patients per unit was 4.99, leaving a deficit per unit of .65. Our total deficit for the year was 4,672.56. W h e n y... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1929: ...tee, reported a recommendation that the report of Arthur Young Co. on the audit of the accounts of ,1929 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 423 the University for the year and for the quarter ending June 30, 1929, be received for record. O n motion of Mr. Trees, this report was received for record. PRESIDENT'S HOUSE O n motion of M r . Trees, the Committee on Buildings and Grounds was requested to report at t... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1929: ...ization at the University. T h i s report w a s received for record. REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON ACCOUNTANCY 12 The annual report of the Committee on Accountancy for the year July 1, 1928, to June 30, 1929. ,466 board of trustees December 12 REPORT OF T H E UNIVERSITY C O M M I T T E E O N A C C O U N T A N C Y 1928-29 July 1 1928 June 30, 1929 , Dr. David Kinley, President Dear M r . President: The Un... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1929: ... on Accountancy for the year July 1, 1928, to June 30, 1929. ,466 board of trustees December 12 REPORT OF T H E UNIVERSITY C O M M I T T E E O N A C C O U N T A N C Y 1928-29 July 1 1928 June 30, 1929 , Dr. David Kinley, President Dear M r . President: The University Committee on Accountancy respectfully submits herewith a report of its work for the year ended June 30, 1929. Personnel The membersh... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1929: ...uly 1 1928 June 30, 1929 , Dr. David Kinley, President Dear M r . President: The University Committee on Accountancy respectfully submits herewith a report of its work for the year ended June 30, 1929. Personnel The membership of the University Committee has been as follows: Professor M . H. Robinson, Chairman; Professor W . E. Britton; Registrar G. P. Tuttle, Secretary, ex-officio. Mr. D. A. Gros... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1929: ...is attached. Respectfully submitted, University Committee on Accountancy Maurice H. Robinson Chairman G. P. Tuttle Secretary COMMITTEE ON ACCOUNTANCY FINANCIAL STATEMENT July i, 1928, to June 30, 1929 Receipts Examination Fees 10 400 00 Less Refunded Fees 210 00 10 190 00 Sale of Questions 58 75 Fees for duplicate certificates 1 o 00 Total Receipts 10 258 75 Expenses Payment to Board of Examiners ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1929: ...e Records in Charging Entrance Examination Salaries to this account in October and November, 1928 to be corrected Novem283 32 ber, 1929 Balance shown on Business Office Records 26 665 05 June 30, 1929 T h i s report w a s received for record. OPTICAL SERVICE IN THE COLLEGE OF MEDICINE 13 A recommendation from the Comptroller and the Dean of the College of Medicine that an arrangement be entered in... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1929: ...rchasin.g Agent This report was received for record. OPERATION OF WOMAN'S RESIDENCE HALLS 20 T h e annual report on the operation of the W o m a n ' s Residence Halls for the year ending June 30, 1929. T h i s report w a s received for record. REPORT OF THE ACCIDENT COMPENSATION COMMITTEE FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1939 21 T h e report of the Committee on Accident Compensation for Employees of c... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1929: ...MPENSATION COMMITTEE FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1939 21 T h e report of the Committee on Accident Compensation for Employees of cases considered by the Committee during the year ending June 30, 1929. T h i s report w a s received for record. HONORARIUM FOR MR. ROSEBERRY 22 As the Board is aware, Mr. C. J. Roseberry, who is on half-time pay of the University as Keeper of the Alumni Records, agree... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1929: ...prepared on December 12, 1929, but was not then presented to the Board: Dr. Noble for the Special Committee on the McKinley Hospital, reported that thefinancialreport for the year ending June 30, 1929, seems satisfactory, and recommended that the report be accepted. W. L. Noble George A. Barr Mary E. Busey On motion of Mr. Barr, this report was adopted, and the committee was discharged. On motion ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1929: On June 30, 1929, a balance of 12,571.51 remained unexpended of the CapperKetcham fund for the preceding year. This balance was reappropriated for this work on July 17 page 271 . In view of the fact that this balance... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1929: ...ANDRY 7 A recommendation from the Dean of the College of Agriculture that the unappropriated balance of the agricultural income from the Department of Animal Husbandry for the year ended June 30, 1929, amounting to 1,795.04, be appropriated to the Department for its Station account. I recommend approval. O n motion of M r . Armstrong, this appropriation w a s m a d e , b y the following vote: A y ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1929: ...Comptroller requests that the following balances from the year 1928-29 be reappropriated as of July 1, 1929, to cover the expenses of work and transactions which could not be completed on June 30. Publishers' Trade List 500 00 Publication of Laws Concerning University 750 00 Alumni Directory 13 678 14 Meeting of Federation of Illinois Colleges 500 00 George Washington Bicentennial Expense 500 00 R... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1929: ..., the unused funds will not be available for use except with the approval of the President. Appropriations for Expense and Equipment are available for one year beginning July 1 and ending June 30. These appropriations are based on an estimated distribution of expenditures according to the various budget classifications of "Wages, Office Expense, etc." Expenditures must be made in approximate accor... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1929: ...erned, the Director of the general department concerned, or the corresponding general officer, and in all cases by the Comptroller. All unencumbered balances in these appropriations lapse June 30. ESTIMATED BUDGET INCOME I. State Appropriations for Operation, Maintenance, and Equipment Salaries and Wages 3 515 000 00 Office Expense 150 000 00 Travel 35 000 00 Operation 485 000 00 Repairs 160 000 0... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1929: ...ter an adjustment had been made between the University and the Natural History Survey. Our salary payments for the year for appointments like this run to August 31; those on the Survey to June 30. On account of this discrepancy, on recommendation of Director P. L. Windsor of the Library, I request an appropriation of 200 from the Reserve and Contingent Fund to pay the balance of Mr. Janvrin's sala... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1929: ...Evans, this agreement w a s authorized. APPROPRIATION FOR COLLEGE OF DENTISTRY 21 By a misunderstanding, part of the special appropriation made for Dental Research was allowed to lapse on June 30, last, instead of being carried forward, as the Dean had requested, to meet the expenses which occurred through the summer in this work. The Dean requests an appropriation, which should be 375. I request ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1929: ...ary Act 10 Adjustment in Salary Budget Home Economics 500 00 31 730 ip Unappropriated Balance June 30, 1929 88 198 71 Add: Adjustment of forIncome Account SurplusAppropriation Inventories June 30, lgsg Sen. H .. . 28 632 90 205 422 42 263 887 5 LapsedBalance ofSources over Estimates Miscellaneous Vocational Student Actual Incomes Education State of FeesStores Balances McKinley Endowment Board 15 6... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1929: ...because of the failure of said Corporation to report sales and to pay royalties as provided for in the contract. N o royalties have been paid nor any reports on sales have been made since June 30. The Comptroller, Mr. Lloyd Morey, w h o was in N e w York last month, made inquiry to determine if the Corporation has discontinued the use of the K u n z cell. H e reports that the Corporation discovere... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1929: ...ther parties and on such sales no royalties have been paid by any one. Consequently, the General Pictures Corporation, on advice of its Legal Counsel, suspended payment of royalties as of June 30, last. It seems desirable to determine promptly if the activities of the G - M Laboratories constitute an infringement of our patent and that if this is found to be the case legal steps be taken to protec... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1929: ...expended of the CapperKetcham fund for the preceding year. This balance was reappropriated for this work on July 17 page 271 . In view of the fact that this balance remained unexpended on June 30, the federal government has deducted this amount from the amount which would be available for thefiscalyear 1929-1930 under the provision of the act establishing the fund. The total amount which will be p... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1929: ...mmittee recommended the appointment of Mr. John Medlock of thefirmof Price, Waterhouse and Company of Chicago to the Board of Examiners to succeed Mr. Harold Benington whose term expired June 30, 1929. President Kinley presented his name to the Board of Trustees, the Board approved the appointment and Mr. Medlock accepted it. The organization of the Board has been as follows: Mr. Eric L. Kohler, C... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1929: ...ows the estimated income for all purposes other than for new buildings provided for by Special State Appropriations, for the currentfiscalyear, and the amount realized from each source to June 30. The amount shown as realized from State Appropriations is onehalf of the appropriation for the current biennium for operation, maintenance, and equipment. The amount realized from Student Fees is the net... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1929: ...r collection has been made in cash. Schedule C. S u m m a r y of Receipts and Disbursements. This statement shows the amount of cash receipts from all sources for the currentfiscalyear to June 30, deposited with the Treasurer of the University, also the amount appropriated to the University by the State for the current fiscal year. It shows also the disbursements from funds in the hands of the Uni... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1929: ...scal year. It shows also the disbursements from funds in the hands of the University Treasurer and from State Appropriations and the unexpended not unencumbered balance in each fund as at June 30. Schedule D is a summary of the appropriations made by the Board of Trustees for the currentfiscalyear, the expenditures from these appropriations, the outstanding encumbrances in the form of orders and c... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1929: ... by the Board of Trustees for the currentfiscalyear, the expenditures from these appropriations, the outstanding encumbrances in the form of orders and contracts, and the free balances on June 30. Included with appropriations under the heading "Total Credits" are reappropriations of balances from the previous year and sales credited to departments. Schedule E shows operation of storerooms and serv... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1929: ...t to which you refer, but also in the third section of that bill, as originally enacted Laws of Illinois, 1927, page 184 , which appropriates 30,000 for the biennium July 1st, 1927, to June 30th, 1929 , for the purpose of establishing "such college." There are many definitions of "school" and "college." A "school" may mean 1 "any place of learning"; 2 "a place for instruction in any branch or bran... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1930: ... Leased to Property Rental Date Tenure army overcoats. A.C.Wilson Dwelling at 806 South Sixth St., 70.00 per month June 30, 1929 July 1, 1929, to PURCHASE ORDERS ISSUED IN JUNE AMOUNTING June 30, 1930. Champaign, Illinois TO Department Firm Description Agricultural Extension E. V. Kirby Company Two Fords Service Five Fords Agricultural Extension E. V. Kirby Company Vacuum Pan Mojonnier Brothers Da... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1930: ...ori at the rate offiftydollars 50 a month. June 30, 1929 Brandenburg, Kenneth Charles, Resident in Ophthalmology, in the College of Medicine, beginning July 1, 1929, and continuing until June 30, 1930, at a cash compensation at the rate offiftydollars 50 a month. June 24, 1929 Dale, Maurice Louis, Instructor in Pediatrics, in the College of Medicine, for five months beginning July 1, 1929, at a ca... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1930: ...undred dollars fioo a month. September 25, 1929 Arvin, M . J., Assistant in Physics, in the College of Engineering, on one-fourth time, beginning September 23, 1929, and continuing until June 30, 1930, at a cash compensation at the rate of thirty-five dollars 35 a month. September 24, 1929 Banta, Alonzella, Filing Clerk in the Agricultural Extension Service, in the College of Agriculture, for one ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1930: ... cash compensation at the rate of one hundred dollars J 100 a month. October 4, 1929 Compton, Richard Kenneth, Assistant in Psychology, beginning September 19, 1929, and continuing until June 30, 1930, at a cash compensation at the rate of one hundred sixty dollars J160 a month. September 24, 1929 Conner, H. A., Assistant in Chemistry, on one-fourth time, beginning September 20, 1929, and continui... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1930: ...month. September 28, 1929 Gibbons, J. J., Assistant in Physics, in the College of Engineering, on three-fourths time, beginning at the opening of the first semester, and continuing until June 30, 1930, at a cash compensation at the rate of one hundredfivedollars 105 a month, this superseding his previous appointment. September 24, 1929 Goshorn, R. H., Assistant in Chemistry, on one-haif time, for ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1930: ...undred sixty-six dollars J166 a month. September 30, 1929 Hobbs, Cecil Carlton, Assistant in History, on one-half time, beginning at the opening of thefirstsemester, and continuing until June 30, 1930, at a cash compensation at the rate of sixty dollars 60 a month. September 30, 1929 Horick, Edward, Refractionist in the Department of Ophthalmology, in the College of Medicine, for eleven months beg... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1930: ...f seventy dollars 70 a month. September 28, 1929 Ireland, C. E., Assistant in Physics, in the College of Engineering, beginning at the opening of the first semester, and continuing until June 30, 1930, at a cash compensation at the rate of one hundred forty dollars 140 a month, this superseding his previous appointment. September 24, 1929 Jacobson, Herman, Assistant in Obstetrics, in the Departmen... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1930: ...pensation at the rate of eighty dollars 80 a month. October 4, 1929 Kasbeer, Marion, Assistant in Chemistry, in the School of Pharmacy, beginning September 16, 1929, and continuing until June 30, 1930, at a cash compensation at the rate of one hundred twenty dollars Jno a month. September 24, 1929 Kayser, Evelyn Marie, Assistant in the Library School, beginning September 19, 1929, and continuing u... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1930: ...sation at the rate of one hundred twenty dollars Jno a month. September 24, 1929 Kayser, Evelyn Marie, Assistant in the Library School, beginning September 19, 1929, and continuing until June 30, 1930, at a cash compensation at the rate of one hundred fifty dollars J150 a month. September 20, 1929 Kelly, Arthur Randolph, Assistant Professor of Anthropology, in the Department of Sociology, at a cas... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1930: ...M., Special Research Graduate Assistant in Civil Engineering, in the Engineering Experiment Station, and in the College of Engineering, beginning September 23, 1929, and continuing until June 30, 1930, at a cash compensation at the rate of sixty dollars 6o a month. September 25, 1929 Kobak, Alfred, Assistant in Obstetrics, in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, in the College of Medicine,... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1930: ...ate of ten dollars io a month. September 28, 1929 Noss, E m m a Roberts, Assistant in History, on three-fourths time, beginning at the opening of the first semester, and continuing until June 30, 1930, at a cash compensation at the rate of ninety dollars 90 a month. September 30, 1929 Nusbaum, R. E., Assistant in Physics, in the College of Engineering, on threefourths time, beginning at the openin... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1930: ... a month. September 30, 1929 Nusbaum, R. E., Assistant in Physics, in the College of Engineering, on threefourths time, beginning at the opening of thefirstsemester, and continuing until June 30, 1930, at a cash compensation at the rate of one hundredfivedollars 105 a month, this superseding his previous appointment. September 24, 1929 Oslund, R. M., Associate Professor of Physiology and Physiolog... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1930: ... superseding his previous appointment. September 24, 1929 Ozanne, Irving Lee, Assistant in Chemistry, on one-half time, beginning at the opening of thefirstsemester, and continuing until June 30, 1930, at a cash compensation at the rate of sixty dollars 6o a month. September 25, 1929 Peterson, Lewis V., Assistant in Athletic Research, in the College of Education, on one-half time, beginning Octobe... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1930: ... dollars 6o a month. September 25, 1929 Peterson, Lewis V., Assistant in Athletic Research, in the College of Education, on one-half time, beginning October 1, 1929, and continuing until June 30, 1930, at a cash compensation at the rate of eighty dollars 8o a month. September 24, 1929 Phillips, Stanley A., Laboratory Helper in the Department of Chemistry, for eleven months beginning October 1, 192... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1930: ...t a cash compensation at the rate of seventy dollars 70 a month. October 1, 1929 Poggi, Edith M., Assistant in Geology, beginning at the opening of thefirstsemester, and continuing until June 30, 1930, at a cash compensation at the rate of two hundred dollars 200 a month. September 25, 1929 Roberts, Paul C , Assistant in Business Law, in the College of Commerce, beginning at the opening of thefirs... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1930: ...undred dollars 200 a month. September 25, 1929 Roberts, Paul C , Assistant in Business Law, in the College of Commerce, beginning at the opening of thefirstsemester, and continuing until June 30, 1930, at a cash compensation at the rate of one hundred sixty dollars f 160 a month. September 24, 1929 Rose, William M., Student Assistant in the Air Corps Unit, in the Department of Military Science, be... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1930: ...atory fees. October 3, 1929 Smith, W . N., Assistant in Physics, in the College of Engineering, on threefourths time, beginning at the opening of the first semester, and continuing until June 30, 1930, at a cash compensation at the rate of one hundred five dollars 105 a month, this superseding his previous appointment. September 24, 1929 Sparks, F. M., Assistant in Physics, in the College of Engin... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1930: ...intment. September 24, 1929 Sparks, F. M., Assistant in Physics, in the College of Engineering, on threefourths time, beginning at the opening of the first semester, and continuing until June 30, 1930, at a cash compensation at the rate of one hundred five dollars 105 a month, this superseding his previous appointment. September 24, 1929 Stampfli, Joseph Gail, Assistant in Chemistry, on one-fourth... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1930: ... month. October 3, 1929 Tucker, LeRoy, Associate in Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, in the College of Engineering, beginning at the opening of the first semester, and continuing until June 30, 1930, at a cash compensation at the rate of three hundred dollars 300 a month. September 24, 1929 Wallace, Hawthorne Collins, Associate in Surgery, in the College of Medicine, for eleven months beginning ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1930: ...U N I V E R S I T Y O F ILLINOIS 443 DeLancy, Dorothy G., Instructor in Piano, in the School of Music, beginning October 7, 1 gig, and continuing until further notice, but not later than June 30, 1930, at a cash compensation at the rate of one hundred sixty dollars i6o a month. October 8, 1929 DeLano, Percy Joseph, Instructor in the Department of Surgery, in the College of Medicine, for eleven mon... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1930: ...Assistant in Anatomy . October 8, 1929 Skidmore, Zana G., Special Research Assistant in the Department of Bacteriology, on one-half time, beginning October 15, 1929, and continuing until June 30, 1930, at a cash compensation at the rate of sixty dollars 60 a month. October 21, 1929 sixty-eightcontinuing until Octobercents the at CollegetheMedicine, on21, 1929 of for eight October beginningAugust 3... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1930: ...by Dean Babcock, n that Professor Julio Jimfnez Rueda of the faculty of the University of Mexico be appointed Visiting Professor of Spanish for the second semester, or from February 1 to June 30, 1930, at a salary of 3,ooo and his traveling expenses from the City of Mexico to Champaign-Urbana and return. I concur in this recommendation. O n m o t i o n of M r . Trees, this r e c o m m e n d a t i ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1930: ...n at the rate of ninety dollars 90 a month. November 16, 1929 Hansen, Roy, Special Research Assistant in the Department of Bacteriology, beginning November 15, 1929, and continuing until June 30, 1930, at a cash compensation at the rate of seventy-five dollars 75 a month. November 16, 1929 Heitman, John Russell, Assistant in the School of Journalism, beginning November 15, 1929, and continuing unt... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1930: ...21 409 375 79 JNo budget estimate set up. Sales 2Credited direct to revolving accounts, not carried as separate items on Balance Sheet. Credited to Departments Creamery Operating Account June 30, 1930. aTo be transferred from Agriculture. 120 680 00 66 625 92 54 054 082 SCHEDTyXE C Other DepartmentsU M M A R Y O F RECEIPTS A N D D I S B U R S E 1 E N T S 1 499 11 1 S M 499 11 Credited to Estimated... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1930: ...lars 160 a month this superseding his previous appointment . January 27, 1930 Rehm, John B., Assistant in Bacteriology, on one-half time, beginning February 1, 1930, and continuing until June 30, 1930, at a cash compensation at the rate of seventy dollars 70 a month. Qanuary 20, 1930 Rosenthal, Sol, Assistant in the Department of Dermatology, in the College of Medicine, for seven months beginning ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1930: ...sh compensation at the rate of thirty dollars 30 a month. February 13, 1930 Heitman, John Russell, Assistant in the School of Journalism, beginning February 1, 1930, and continuing until June 30, 1930, at a cash compensation at the rate of one hundred eighty dollars 180 a month. February 10, 1930 Houghton, Arthur V., Assistant in Sociology, on one-half time, beginning February 5, 1930, and continu... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1930: ...n at the rate of one hundred eighty dollars 180 a month. February 10, 1930 Houghton, Arthur V., Assistant in Sociology, on one-half time, beginning February 5, 1930, and continuing until June 30, 1930, at a cash compensation of three hundred dollars 300 . February 10, 1930 James, William Arthur, Assistant in Animal Husbandry, in the Agricultural Experiment Station, for seven months beginning Febru... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1930: ...imated Salaries. No to be expended during 1930-31. budget. 1930, Balances of Current appointments included in June 30, Funds."Estimated New Funds, Renewals of Current Funds, and "Balance June 30, 1930, ,jp3o Estimated Expenditures Expense and UNIVERSITY O F ILLINOIS 691 Salaries Equipment Eli Lilly Company Fellowship for Study of Allergy 1 800 ool Frank J. McGovern Fellowship in Study of Woolen Fi... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1930: ...ON-RECURRING APPROPRIATIONS Militaryrecommendation that the following non-recurring appropriations 000 made Uniforms 14 be 00 10 A from the unappropriated balance of general income as of June 30, 1930. These appropriations are not included in the totals of the 1930-31 budget. Liberal Arts and Sciences, Equipment 5 ooo8 Engineering, Equipment 10 ooo Agriculture, Equipment 5 000' Medicine Equipment ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1930: ...nse year 1929-30 be reappropriated as of July 1, 1930, to cover 000 expenses of work and Entrance Examinations revolving funds Ji the 00 transactions which will not have been completed by June 30. the72 of the fiscal Alumni Directory 271 close year. Editing and Printing Laws and Regulations 1 701 75 N eIwconcur. Art Collections 300 00 George Washington Bicentennial 500 00 Restoration of Existing A... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1930: ...i 200 oo1 1 200 00 E. A. Wallace Memorial Scholarship Fund 500 oo1 500 00 'Estimated Salaries. No to be expended during 1930-31. budget. 1930, Balances of Current appointments included in June 30, Funds."Estimated New Funds, Renewals of Current Funds, and "Balance June 30, 1930, ,jp3o Estimated Expenditures Expense and UNIVERSITY O F ILLINOIS 691 Salaries Equipment Eli Lilly Company Fellowship for... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1930: ...University, and for the right of prior claims on the use of rooms necessary for such 'Balance lapses into part of the University, including auditorium, dance purposes on the General Funds June 30. sBalance and committee rooms September 1. hall, lapses into General Funds 1 000 'Unencumbered balance lapses April I, 1931. ,694 BOARD OF TRUSTEES June 19 On motion of Mrs. Evans, these appropriations we... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1930: ...ge 264 . This report was received for record. INVESTMENT OF TRUST FUNDS 2 A recommendation from Mr. Trees for the Finance Committee, that trust-fund investments be authorized as follows: June 30, 1930 David Kinley, President, University of Illinois M y dear President Kinley: This will acknowledge your letter of June 27. Have conferred with Mr. Fisher and it is our opinion that you should authorize... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1930: Conferred June 30, 1930 Frank Joseph Lavieri, B.S (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1930: June 30, 1930 Johnston, Mrs. Nell C. B., Assistant Professor of Education, for one year beginning September 1, 1930, at a cash compensation of three thousand dollars S3000 (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1930: ...up to December 31, 1929. The Comptroller now reports the receipt of 42.05 in royalties for the first quarter and 32.39 for the second quarter of 1930, making a total of 85.38 received to June 30, 1930. T h i s report w a s received for record. GIFTS TO THE UNIVERSITY 26 The following report of gifts received and accepted since the last report was made to the Board: 1. From the Standard Brands Inco... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1930: ..." W W C Co ,193 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 35 This report was received for record. QUARTERLY REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER 28 The following quarterly report of the Comptroller to the Board as of June 30, 1930. TO THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS I transmit herewith the Quarterly Report required of m e covering the financial transactions of the University for the quarter ended June 30, 1... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1930: ...O THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS I transmit herewith the Quarterly Report required of m e covering the financial transactions of the University for the quarter ended June 30, 1930. The Report includes the following statements: Schedule A. Statement of the Reserve and Contingent Fund, or working balance of general income, for the quarter. Schedule Ai. Statement of Budget Income... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1930: ...an. Thefigurescontained in this Report are cumulative for thefiscalyear and, thereLloyd Morey fore, represent thefinancialoperations of the University for thefiscalyear ended Comptroller June 30, 1930, and thefinancialcondition of the University at that date. They will be presented in complete form in the Annual Report of the Comptroller to be published at a later date. This report is subject to a... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1930: ...925 38 Surplus in Stores Inventories 5 66s 73 Lapsed Appropriation Balances 211 073 18 ,1930 UNIVERSITY O F ILLINOIS 37 Schedule At STATEMENT OF BUDGET INCOME FOR T H E Y E A R E N D E D JUNE 30, 1930 679 234 91 Balances July r, 192Q III 776 68 Reserve for Orders and Contracts Outstanding.... 1 200 co Balances Reappropriated or Carried Forward 35 86 ' ' 17 51 Reserve for Petty Cash Funds Unappropr... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1930: ...submits the following report, as required coo the Notes Payable 29 by 00 B y - L w of the Board, Unpaid Pledges in his Excessaofs Assets including of the securities over possession as at June 30, 1930, and also a report of receipts and disbursements from July 1, 1929, to June 30, 1930. T53e Liabilities 457 049 h Comptroller reports that this report has been examined b y him and he certifies that i... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1930: ... the Board, Unpaid Pledges in his Excessaofs Assets including of the securities over possession as at June 30, 1930, and also a report of receipts and disbursements from July 1, 1929, to June 30, 1930. T53e Liabilities 457 049 h Comptroller reports that this report has been examined b y him and he certifies that it is in accordance with his records. T h e Treasurer's report will be subject to audi... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1930: ...tees of the University of Illinois, Article 6, Section 4, pertaining to the duties of the Treasurer, I a m submitting herewith a detailed report of the securities in m y possession as at June 30, 1930, also a report of all receipts and disbursements from July 1, 1929, to June 30, 1930. Respectfully yours, Hazen S. Cafron Treasurer ,TRUST FUND INVESTMENTS AS A T J U N E 30. 1930 Interest Purchase A... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1930: ... the Treasurer, I a m submitting herewith a detailed report of the securities in m y possession as at June 30, 1930, also a report of all receipts and disbursements from July 1, 1929, to June 30, 1930. Respectfully yours, Hazen S. Cafron Treasurer ,TRUST FUND INVESTMENTS AS A T J U N E 30. 1930 Interest Purchase Amortized Fund Security Rate Maturity Par Value Rate Book Value Date Acquired Special ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1930: ...s 7 50 Unpaid Warrants 167 052 15 Business Office Balance 803 603 28 Consisting of: General Fund 676 062 68 Trust Fund 127 540 60 803 603 281 'As per Quarterly Report of the Comptroller, June 30, 1930, Schedule C. On motion of Mr. Armstrong, this report was referred to the Financial Committee for consideration and report at the next meeting of the Board. COMPTROLLER'S REPORT OF CONTRACTS AND PURCH... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1930: ...urchasing Agent This report was received for record. REPORT OF ACCIDENT COMPENSATION COMMITTEE 31 The report of the Committee on Accident Compensation for employees for six months ending June 30, 1930. This report was received for record. INCOME FROM SUMMER SESSION ENTERTAINMENT 32 The Director of the Summer Session reports that a recent performance of the "Tatterman Marionettes" resulted in a pro... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1930: ...URE 7 A recommendation from the Dean of the College of Agriculture that a special appropriation of 1,500 be made to the Department of Horticulture from excess receipts for the year ended June 30, 1930, for the purpose of installing constant temperature chambers similar to those used by the Department of Botany, so that uniform temperature and humidity may be secured. This equipment would be instal... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1930: ...TS OF THE UNIVERSITY 30 Arthur Young and Company, the public accountants retained by the Board to audit the accounts of the University, have reported on their audit for the quarter ended June 30, 1930. In connection with this report I submit the following comments from the Comptroller: September 11, 1930 President H . W . Chase, 355 Administration Dear President Chase: Arthur Young and Company, th... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1930: ...sident Chase: Arthur Young and Company, the public accountants engaged to audit the accounts of the University, have reported under date of August 18 on their audit for the quarter ended June 30, 1930. The report is in the hands of M r . Cunningham, Secretary of the Board. O n pages 1 and 3 of the report, they raise the question as to the rate of overhead on supplies issued from the Office Supply ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1930: ...n adjusting the inventoryfigureswhich were as of M a y 31 to the bookfiguresas of June 30. M y information indicates a deficit of only 434.36 in the Office Supply Storeroom account as of June 30, 1930. I do not consider this a serious matter. The annual volume of business of this storeroom is about 60,000 and the present rate of overhead plus other credits in the form of cash discounts will easily... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1930: ...ondition, therefore, is, I believe, temporary. Furthermore the stores accounts are operated practi- ,72 board of trustees September 17 cally as a unit and the total physical inventory on June 30, 1930, showed a liberal margin over the total of our book account at that time. This is a matter which has our constant attention. Cordially yours, Lloyd Morey Comptroller August 18, 1930 Board of Trustees... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1930: ...Morey Comptroller August 18, 1930 Board of Trustees, University of Illinois, Urbana, Illinois D e a r Sirs: W e have audited the books of the University of Illinois for the quarter ended June 30, 1930, and submit the following brief summary of the work done and the result of the audit. The Cash Receipts have been verified by checking all cash receipts vouchers into the cash book and examining a su... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1930: ...ked against the original time reports onfilein the respective Departments. The footings of the cash book have been proved. The cash balance in the hands of the University Treasurer as at June 30, 1930, together with the securities in his custody as shown by the books of account have been verified by actual inspection and confirmation from the depository. Cash on hand has been verified by actual co... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1930: ...ash on hand has been verified by actual count. Physical Inventories taken by the several stores departments near the close of the fiscal year have been recalculated by us and adjusted to June 30, 1930, by taking into account receipts and issues from the date of the inventory to June 30. A liberal selection of items has been verified as to quantity by actual inspection of the material and as to pri... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1930: ... Board. W e hereby certify that so far as w e have been able to ascertain by an extended detail examination: All income which the University should have received during the quarter ended June 30, 1930, has been received and duly accounted for. All disbursements have been made for University purposes and have been properly authorized and the expenditures have been correctly recorded in the books of... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1930: ...made for University purposes and have been properly authorized and the expenditures have been correctly recorded in the books of account. The cash and securities as shown by the books at June 30, 1930, are correct in amount and have been verified by actual inspection, count or confirmation from the depository. The Report of the Comptroller to the Board of Trustees for the quarter ended June 30, 19... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1930: ...are correct in amount and have been verified by actual inspection, count or confirmation from the depository. The Report of the Comptroller to the Board of Trustees for the quarter ended June 30, 1930, a copy of which is attached hereto, is in accordance with the books and, in our opinion, is correct. The Financial Report of the Comptroller to the Governor of the State of Illinois, for the period ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1930: ...rdance with the books and, in our opinion, is correct. The Financial Report of the Comptroller to the Governor of the State of Illinois, for the period beginning July 1, 1929, and ending June 30, 1930, is in accordance with the books and, in our opinion, is correct. Yours faithfully, Arthur Young Co. A UDIT FOR YEAR ENDING JUNE so, 1930 August 18, 1930 Board of Trustees, University of Illinois, Ur... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1930: ...ING JUNE so, 1930 August 18, 1930 Board of Trustees, University of Illinois, Urbana, Illinois D e a r Sirs: W e have audited the accounts of the University of Illinois for the year ended June 30, 1930, and w e hereby certify that, so far as w e have been able to ascertain by an extended detail examination: All Income which the University should have received during the year has been received and d... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1930: ... for University purposes and have been properly authorized, and the expenditures have been correctly recorded in the books of account. The Cash and Securities as shown by the books as at June 30, 1930, are correct in amount and have been verified by actual inspection, count or direct confirmation from the depositories. The Annual Report of the Comptroller to the Board of Trustees as at June 30, 19... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1930: ...are correct in amount and have been verified by actual inspection, count or direct confirmation from the depositories. The Annual Report of the Comptroller to the Board of Trustees as at June 30, 1930, as submitted to us, showing the Balance Sheet and detailed accounts as at that date, together with Statements of Operation for the year ended June 30, 1930, is in accordance with the books and, in o... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1930: ...o the Board of Trustees as at June 30, 1930, as submitted to us, showing the Balance Sheet and detailed accounts as at that date, together with Statements of Operation for the year ended June 30, 1930, is in accordance with the books and, in our opinion, is correct. Yours faithfully, Arthur Young Co. This report was received for record. GIFTS TO THE UNIVERSITY 31 A report that the following gifts ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1930: ...nvestigation as to the practicability of the plan. TREASURER'S R E P O R T Mr. Trees, for the Finance Committee, presented a recommendation that the Treasurer's report for the year ended June 30, 1930 see page 43 , be approved. O n motion of Mr. Trees, this report was approved. ATE OF OCTOBER MEETING It was voted to hold the October meeting on Friday, October 17, 1930, at 10 o'clock a.m., in Urban... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1930: ... Agriculture that the sum of 1,225 be appropriated for the printing of bulletins. I recommend that this amount be appropriated from excess receipts of the Department remaining unexpended June 30, 1930. O n motion of M r s . Grigsby, this appropriation w a s m a d e , b y the following vote: A y e , M r . Barr, M r s . Blake, M r s . E v a n s , M r . Fisher, M r s . Grigsby, D r . Noble, M r . Tre... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1930: ...0-31 1200 Total 13360 This report was received for record. REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON ACCOUNTANCY 17 The following annual report of the University Committee on Accountancy for the year ended June 30, 1930: Dr. H. W. Chase, President Dear Robinson, Chairman; Professor Committee the Registrar's P. Professor PersonnelUniversity Committee on Accountancyin has been as G. Office, has Secreagain asrClerk of ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1930: ...ship of the UniversityExaminer respectfully submitsTuttle, served reportex-officio. the D. A. Grossman, W . E. Britton, Registrar follows:herewith a M . H. of its work for the year ended June 30, 1930. The . President: ,I931 UNIVERSITY O F ILLINOIS I4I The University Committee recommended the appointment of Mr. John Medlock of thefirmof Price, Waterhouse and Company of Chicago to the Board of Exam... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1930: ...alstatement for the year is attached. Respectfully submitted, University Committee on Accountancy Maurice H. Robinson Chairman G. P. Tuttle Secretary Financial Statement July 1, 1929, to June 30, 1930 Receipts Examination Fees 10 625 00 Less refunds 236 25 10 388 75 Sale of Questions 47 50 Fee for Duplicate Certificate 5 00 American Institute refund on fees .. 60 00 Total Receipts 10 501 25 Expens... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1930: 89 at June 30, 1930, a decrease of 13,177.10. The changes during the year are shown in Schedule Bl. The excess of expenses over income for the year results from the following factors: Gross Income from Operations 405 38... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1930: ...dium during football games. The cash on hand at June 30, 1931, has been confirmed to us by the depository. W e submit the following summary of transactions during the year: Cash in Bank, June 30, 1930. 299 93 Receipts: Northwestern G a m e Ji 347 49 Iowa G a m e . ,. .. 810 52 Butler G a m e 627 34 Purdue G a m e 595 86 Ohio G a m e 204 94 Miscellaneous Sales 23 21 3 609 36 3 909 29 Disbursements:... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1930: ...he close of the year. Arthur Young Co. Yours faithfully, ,i93i U N I V E R S I T Y O F ILLINOIS 429 Schedule A UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION COMPARATIVE B A L A N C E SHEET JUNE 30, 1930 A N D JUNE 30, 1931 ASSETS CURRENT: Cash: Savings Account Checking Account Manager's Fund Petty Cash Refund Account Total Accounts Receivable Guarantees Receivable Travel Advances ADVANCES TO STADIUM... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1930: ...rtunity to explain, I a m unable to verify their figures and believe that they must have made some error in adjusting the inventoryfigureswhich were as of M a y 31 to the bookfiguresas of June 30. M y information indicates a deficit of only 434.36 in the Office Supply Storeroom account as of June 30, 1930. I do not consider this a serious matter. The annual volume of business of this storeroom is ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1930: ...ores departments near the close of the fiscal year have been recalculated by us and adjusted to June 30, 1930, by taking into account receipts and issues from the date of the inventory to June 30. A liberal selection of items has been verified as to quantity by actual inspection of the material and as to prices by comparison with the records of the Purchasing Division. During the course of our exa... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1930: ...N FERGUSON, B.S., 1924 HOWARD CREIGHTON ROBERTS, A.B., 1933 Degree of Master of Education MARY LYNDAL SWOFFORD, A.B., University of Oklahoma, 1922; B.S. Lib. , 1930 ,522 BOARD OF TRUSTEES June 30 D e g r e e of M a s t e r of A r t s In Chemistry CAMERON DAVID L E W I S , A.B., University of Buffalo, 1942 In Classics MARY ARRILLA DEFFENBAUGH, B.Ed., Illinois State Normal University, 1940 In Educat... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1946)
  • 1931: ...9 Berg, Herbert, Research Graduate Assistant in Gas Engineering, in the Engineering Experiment Station, and in the College of Engineering, beginning October 1, 1929, and continuing until June 30, 1931 not including July and August , at a cash compensation at the rate of sixty dollars 60 a month. October 8, 1929 Bergen, Samuel, Assistant in the Department of Dermatology, in the College of Medicine,... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1931: ...ed the distribution of funds in these changes. I report the matter for record. ,60 board of trustees September 17 CAPPER-KETCHAM EXTENSION Smith-Lever Extension Expense and equipment, to June 30, 1931, 6333.50 Salaries Name Salary 1. Dorothy E. Lynch, Assistant in Junior Club Work E D 1 700 00 a. Field Salaries 80 of Total Appropriation a. Home Advisers 1 Lulu S. Black, Temporary1 County Home Advi... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1931: ...another. 'Salary includes 700 each for automobile expense at 5 centa per mile actually traveled. ,1930 U N I V E R S I T Y O F ILLINOIS 6l SMITH-LEVER EXTENSION Expense and equipment, to June 30, 1931, J36.631.84 Salaries Budget Revision Salary Changes and Adjustments: 1. Page 145, line 25 J. Ackerman, Assistant in Farm Management Extension E D Transferred to Additional Federal Cooperative Fund Bu... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1931: ... from Smith-Lever 26 812 50 Total Smith-Lever Salaries Balance of Smith-Lever Salaries 176 180 00 1600 3400 202 992 50 The 25,000 State Appropriation for the fiscal year July 1, 1930, to June 30, 1931, will be paid by the State Department of Agriculture on the salaries of the county home advisers following monthly certification for salary by the Director of Extension. ,62 board of trustees Septemb... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1931: ...g monthly certification for salary by the Director of Extension. ,62 board of trustees September 17 ADDITIONAL FEDERAL COOPERATIVE F U N D Smith-Lever Extension Expense and equipment, to June 30, 1931, 10,400 Salaries 1. , Extension Specialist in Marketing E D 5 000 Transferred from Capper-Ketcham, page 149, line 2. 2. J. Ackerman, Assistant in Farm Management Extension E .... D 1 600 Transferred ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1931: ...vious appointment for thefirstsemester only . October 4, I93 ... . . . . Hanawalt, Virginia B., Assistant in Zoology, on one-half time, beginning September 25, 1930, and continuing until June 30, 1931, at a cash compensation of six hundred dollars 600 . September 25, 1930 Hartley, Miles C , Assistant in Mathematics, on one-fourth time, beginning September 25, 1930, and continuing until February 1,... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1931: ... twenty September 30, beginning October in 1930 ,193 U N I V E R S I T Y O F ILLINOIS "3 Reed, William Vernon, Assistant in Architecture, beginning October 15, 1930, and continuing until June 30, 1931, at a cash compensation at the rate of one hundred seventy dollars 170 a month. October 15, 1930 Seed, Lindon, Associate in Surgery, in the College of Medicine, for eleven months beginning October 1,... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1931: ...this supersedes his previous appointment . September 19, 1930 Vaile, Mrs. Lora Frances, Assistant in Romance Languages, on one-half time, beginning October 15, 1930, and continuing until June 30, 1931, at a cash compensation of five hundred fifty dollars 550 . October 1;, 1930 Wamsley, Delos Herschel, Special Research Graduate Assistant in Ceramic Engineering, in the Engineering Experiment Station... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1931: ...iations be made from the Reserve and Contingent Fund to supplement special appropriations made on June 18, 1930 Minutes, page 693 , on condition that any unexpended balance remain ing on June 30, 1931, will lapse into general funds: DEPARTMENTAL AND GENERAL 1. Liberal Arts and Sciences Equipment for various departments 3 000 2. Commerce Bureau of Business Research, additional research projects 3 0... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1931: ... the period of extension and the additional funds to be supplied for the expenses of the investigations being indicated in each case: a. Porcelain for Insulators Case No. 3 Extended from June 30, 1931, to December 31, 1931 7 700 b. Stresses in Elevated Structures and Equipment Case N o . 5 combines c. Cable Testing Methods 30, 1931, tooDecember 31, 1931 Extended from June Case No. 6 4 work formerl... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1931: ...amount of 1,154.01. A carload of Redwood Lumber from the Union Lumber Company through the Danville office at a price of 1,434.50 f.o.b. Urbana, subject to two per cent discount i paid by June 30, 1931, for the use of the Physical Plant Department in cabinet f work and repairs. Acids for the General Chemical Storeroom from the Grasselli Chemical Company on the basis of their low bid of 2,466. These... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1931: ...t a cash compensation at the rate of thirty dollars 30 a month. February 6, 1931 Conard, Vera, Assistant in Chemistry, on one-half time, beginning February 15, 1931, and continuing until June 30, 1931, at a cash compensation at the rate of sixty dollars 60 a month this supersedes her previous appointment . February 19, 193O Cook, Richard Kaufman, Assistant in Physics, on one-fourth time, for five ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1931: ... compensation at the rate of thirty-five dollars 35 a month. February 6, 1931 Filbert, Carl, Assistant in Chemistry, on one-fourth time, beginning February 15, 1931, and continuing until June 30, 1931, at a cash compensation at the rate of thirty dollars 30 a month. February 25, 1931 Finger, G. C , Assistant in Chemistry, on one-half time, forfivemonths beginning February 1, 1931, at a cash compen... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1931: ...d continuing until September 1, 1931, without salary. February 17, 1931 Gibbs, Carlin Frary, Assistant in Chemistry, on one-fourth time, beginning February 15, 1931, and continuing until June 30, 1931, at a cash compensation at the rate of thirty dollars 30 a month. February 19, 1931 Gingrich, Franklin Forrest, District Junior Club Leader, in the Agricultural Extension Service, in the College of A... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1931: ... compensation at the rate of thirty-five dollars 35 a month. February 12, 1931 McCoy, R. H., Assistant in Chemistry, on one-fourth time, beginning February 15, 1931, and continuing until June 30, 1931, at a cash compensation at the rate of thirty dollars 30 a month. February 19, 1931 Meints, R. E., Assistant in Chemistry, on three-fourths time, beginning February IS, 193I and continuing until June... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1931: ...sh compensation at the rate of thirty dollars 30 a month. February 19, 1931 Meints, R. E., Assistant in Chemistry, on three-fourths time, beginning February IS, 193I and continuing until June 30, 1931, at a cash compensation at the rate of one hundred five dollars 105 a month this supersedes his previous appointment . February 19, 1931 Miller, Edwin L., Assistant in Zoology, on three-fourths time,... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1931: ... month this supersedes his previous appointment . February 7, 1931 Parsons, Theophilus, Jr., Assistant in Chemistry, on one-fourth time, beginning February IJ, 1931, and continuing until June 30, 1931, at a cash compensation at the rate of thirty dollars 30 a month. February 19, 1931 Phelps, Frederick M. Jr., Assistant in Economics, in the College of Commerce, on one-half time, for five months beg... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1931: ... compensation at the rate of seventy dollars J70 a month. February 6, 1931 Porter, David J., Assistant in Chemistry, on one-fourth time, beginning February 15, 1931, and continuing until June 30, 1931, at a cash compensation at the rate of thirty dollars 30 a month. February 25, 1931 Robertson, Pauline, Assistant in Chemistry, on one-half time, beginning February 15, 1931, and continuing until Jun... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1931: ...h compensation at the rate of thirty dollars 30 a month. February 25, 1931 Robertson, Pauline, Assistant in Chemistry, on one-half time, beginning February 15, 1931, and continuing until June 30, 1931, at a cash compensation at the rate of sixty dollars 60 a month this supersedes her previous appointment . February 19, 1931 Rogers, Carolyn Ruth, Assistant in Mathematics, on two-thirds time, beginn... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1931: ...jo a month this supersedes his previous appointment . February 10, 1931 Sarkissian, Arshag Ohan, Assistant in History, on one-half time, beginning February 11, 1931, and continuing until June 30, 1931, at a cash compensation at the rate of sixty dollars 60 a month this supersedes his previous appointment , February 1 j, 1931 Schauer, F. R., Assistant in Chemistry, on one-fourth time, beginning Feb... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1931: ...lars 60 a month this supersedes his previous appointment , February 1 j, 1931 Schauer, F. R., Assistant in Chemistry, on one-fourth time, beginning February 1S I93'i and continuing until June 30, 1931, at a cash compensation at the rate of thirty dollars 30 a month. February 19, 1931 Schneider, Elizabeth, Assistant in English, on one-third time, for five months beginning February 1, 1931, at a cas... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1931: ...ompensation at the rate of fifty dollars 50 a month. February 19, 1931 Scholfield, Lydia M., Assistant in Chemistry, on one-fourth time, beginning February 15, 1931, and continuing until June 30, 1931, at a cash compensation at the rate of thirty dollars 30 a month. February 19, 1931 Stith, Gertrude Ernestine, Assistant in Mathematics, on two-thirds time, for five months beginning February 1, 1931... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1931: ...bruary Assistant cash Woodward, February at ,1931 UNIVERSITY O F ILLINOIS I99 Woodward, C. F., Assistant in Chemistry, on one-half time, beginning February 15, 1931, and continuing until June 30, 1931, at a cash compensation at the rate of sixty dollars 60 a month this supersedes his previous appointment . February 19. 93i The Board adjourned. H. E. Cunningham George A. Barr Secretary President ,T... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1931: ...e for pressing needs; payments from this fund to be made on order of the Comptroller and the Bursar, and the fund to be reimbursed from other funds; this arrangement not to extend beyond June 30, 1931. This action was taken by the following vote: Aye, President Barr, Mr. Barrett, Mrs. Evans, Mrs. Grigsby, Mrs. Hopkins, Dr. Noble, Mr. Trees, M r . Williams; no, none; absent, M r . Armstrong, M r . ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1931: ... accounts, not carried as separate items on Balance Sheet. 3To be transferred from Credited to Departments Creamery Operating Account June 30, 193 1. To be transferred from Trust Account June 30, 1931. 00 Agriculture 121 740 96 26; 81 25 474 19 Schedule Departments Other C 13 393 20 13 393 20 '' S M M A R Y O RE Credited to EstimatedU AgriculturalFSalesC E I P T S A N D 900 I00B U R S E M E N T S ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1931: .... H. I. Pearce, Architectural Engineer C. S. T E. E. Anderson, Structural Engineer C. S. 3 600 9- T. J. Showers, Assistant Superintendent of Buildings Main10. tenance C. S. 3 600 balance June 30, 1931,Assistant Superintendent of Buildings O. Henderson, to be expended in 1931-32. Operation C. S. 3 120 C. E. Atkinson, Superintendent of Grounds C. S. 3 600 Sadie L. Stubbs, Assistant to Superintendent... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1931: June 30, 1931, 3 150 'EstimatedSteel Rails appointments included in Budget. salaries. No Fissures in Stretching of Lead Sheaths 2 600 Concrete Masonry Walls Rails Investigation 10 700 39 300 Estimated Additional F... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1931: ...ollege of Agriculture C ; Director, Agricultural Experiment Station S ; Director, Agricultural Extension Service E ; Professor of Animal Husbandry C A 6 900 See Smith-Lever 1 100 Balance June 30, 1931, to be expended in 1931-32. Total salary 9 000 'Estimated new funds, renewals of current funds, and June 30, 1931, balances. ,1931 UNIVERSITY O F ILLINOIS 333 3. G. L. Jordan, Assistant to the Dean o... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1931: ... ; Professor of Animal Husbandry C A 6 900 See Smith-Lever 1 100 Balance June 30, 1931, to be expended in 1931-32. Total salary 9 000 'Estimated new funds, renewals of current funds, and June 30, 1931, balances. ,1931 UNIVERSITY O F ILLINOIS 333 3. G. L. Jordan, Assistant to the Dean of the College of Agri- Salary culture, and to the Director of the Agricultural Experiment Station and Agricultural... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1931: ..., and laundry while hospital is in operatio for Research in Diseases of the Alimentary Entire amount chargeable to other accounts in Medicine and Dentistry. Tract 100 00 100 00 'Balance, June 30, 1931. to be expended in 1031-32. Estimated Additional Funds4 2 coo 00 2 000 00 Estimated new funds, renewals of present funds and June 30,1931, balances. Total 8 020 00 8 020 00 ,jo Jl UNIVERSITY O F ILLI... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1931: ...ine and Dentistry. Tract 100 00 100 00 'Balance, June 30, 1931. to be expended in 1031-32. Estimated Additional Funds4 2 coo 00 2 000 00 Estimated new funds, renewals of present funds and June 30,1931, balances. Total 8 020 00 8 020 00 ,jo Jl UNIVERSITY O F ILLINOIS S55 Administration Salary i. D.J. Davis, Dean D Professor of Pathology A 9 000 1. G. R. Moon, Examiner and Recorder, Chicago Professi... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1931: ...t College of Fine and Applied Arts a. Art Equipment b. Music Equipment College of Education: Equipment for High School Laboratory Total, included in 1931-32 Budget Group II Chargeable to June 30, 1931, Balance College of Engineering: Equipment College of Agriculture: Tractor Military Bands: Equipment Alumni News Illinois Union: Use of meeting rooms Radio Station: Broadcasting facilities Registrar'... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1931: ...xtension Service, payable out of Federal funds. T h i s report w a s received for record. QUARTERLY REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER 18 T h e following quarterly report of the Comptroller as at June 30, 1931: Schedule A STATEMENT OF RESERVE A N D CONTINGENT F U N D F O R T H E Q U A R T E R E N D E D J U N E 30, 1931 Balance Forward April 1,1931 J54 355 11 Add: Lapsed 1929-1930 Balances Previously carrie... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1931: ...0 376 S79 18 S211 941 48 includes 11,134.01 lapsed to offset unrealized estimated agricultural income, J1.056.02 lapsed to Unappropriated Agricultural Income, and 745.79 lapsed to offset June 30, 1931, unencumbered balance in State Appropriation for Cook County Experiment Station, which waB also lapsed. Schedule D SUMMARY OF APPROPRIATIONS AS AT JUNE 30, 1931 Reserved for Total DisburseOutstanding... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1931: ...h i s r e p o r t w a s received for record. 483 577 7 26 500 00 457 Q77 72 ANNUAL REPORT OF THE TREASURER 19 T h e following report of the Treasurer of the University for the year ended June 30, 1931: T h e Comptroller certified that he has examined this report and that it is correct in accordance with his records. July 22, 1931 President H . W . Chase, 355 Administration W Dear President Chase: ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1931: ...ecords. July 22, 1931 President H . W . Chase, 355 Administration W Dear President Chase: I transmit herewith the report of the Treasurer of the University of Illinois for the year ended June 30, 1931, as required by the by-laws of the Board of Trustees. I have examined this report and hereby certify that it is correct in accordance with m y record. I attach a reconciliation between the balance as... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1931: ...stees of the University of Illinois, Article 6, Section 4, pertaining to the duties of the Treasurer, I a m submitting herewith a detailed report of the securities in m y possession as at June 30,1931, also a report of all receipts and disbursements from July I, 1930, to June 30, 1931. Respectfully yours, Hazen S. Capron Treasurer, University of Illinois STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS OF ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1931: ...f the Treasurer, I a m submitting herewith a detailed report of the securities in m y possession as at June 30,1931, also a report of all receipts and disbursements from July I, 1930, to June 30, 1931. Respectfully yours, Hazen S. Capron Treasurer, University of Illinois STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS OF THE TREASURER OF T H E UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS Y E A R E N D E D JUNE 30, 1931 Balance... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1931: June 30, 1931 Barnhart, Lyle, Assistant in the Bureau of Business Research, on one-half time, for ten months beginning September 1, 1931, at a cash compensation at the rate of seventy dollars 70 a month (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1931: June 30, 1931 . Brandt, Weldon Henry, Assistant in Physics, on one-half time, for ten months beginning September I, 1931, at a cash compensation at the rate of seventy dollars 70 a month (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1931: June 30, 1931 Cash, Jacob Gerald, Assistant in Dairy Husbandry Extension, in the Agricultural Extension Service, for one year beginning September 1, 1931, at a cash compensation offifteenhundred dollars 1500 (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1931: June 30, 1931 Forgostein, Harold, Instructor in Freehand Drawing, for ten months beginning September 1, 1931, at a cash compensation at the rate of two hundred dollars 200 a month (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1931: June 30, 1931 Goldman, Marcus S., Associate in English, for one year beginning September I, 1931, at a cash compensation of twenty-four hundred dollars 2400 this supersedes his previous appointment (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1931: June 30, 1931 Henrichs, James R., Assistant in Botany, on one-fourth time, for ten months beginning September I, 1931, at a cash compensation of three hundred dollars 300 (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1931: June 30, 1931 Kirgis, Frederic Lee, Instructor in Law, for one year beginning September I, 1931, at a cash compensation of twenty-seven hundred dollars J2700 (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1931: June 30, 1931 Neild, Harold Wallace, Assistant in Physiology, on three-fourths time, for ten months beginning September I, 1931, at a cash compensation at the rate of ninety dollars 90 a month (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1931: June 30, 1931 Schorr, Henry Chaskell, Assistant in Dermatology, in the College of Medicine, for one year beginning September 1, 1931, without salary (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1931: June 30, 1931 Symons, G. E., Assistant in Chemistry, on one-fourth time, for ten months beginning September 1, 1931, at a cash compensation at the rate of thirty-five dollars 35 a month this supersedes his previou... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1931: ... N G A N D C O M P A N Y 18 The following report of Arthur Young and Company, public accountants engaged to audit the accounts of the University, covering the audit for the quarter ended June 30, 1931. The reports of the Comptroller and Treasurer referred to therein have already been reported to the Board. August 31, 1931 Board of Trustees, University of Illinois, Urbana, Illinois D e a r Sirs, W ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1931: ...ted to the Board. August 31, 1931 Board of Trustees, University of Illinois, Urbana, Illinois D e a r Sirs, W e have audited the books of the University of Illinois for the quarter ended June 30, 1931, and submit the following brief summary of the work done and the result of the audit. The cash receipts have been verified by checking all cash receipts' vouchers into the cash book and examining a s... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1931: ... appointees have been checked against the Secretary's letters of appointment. The footings of the cash book have been proved. The cash balance in the hands of the University Treasurer at June 30, 1931, together with the securities of the University in his custody, as shown by the books of account, have been verified by actual inspection and confirmation from the depository. W e have also examined ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1931: ...1. Cash on hand was verified by actual count. Physical inventories taken by the several stores departments near the close of the fiscal year have been re-calculated by us and adjusted to June 30, 1931, by taking into account receipts and issues from the date of the inventory to June 30. A liberal selection of items has been verified as to quantity by actual inspection of the material, and as to pr... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1931: ...Board of Trustees as have with relative bids number of of W purchase of ,426 board o f trustees September 29 All income which the University should have received during the quarter ended June 30, 1931, has been received and duly accounted for. All disbursements have been made for University purposes and have been properly authorized and the expenditures have been correctly recorded in the books of... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1931: ...made for University purposes and have been properly authorized and the expenditures have been correctly recorded in the books of account. The cash and securities as shown by the books at June 30, 1931, are correct in amount and have been verified by actual inspection, count or confirmation from the depository. The report of the Comptroller to the Board of Trustees as at June 30,1931, a copy of whi... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1931: ...t June 30, 1931, are correct in amount and have been verified by actual inspection, count or confirmation from the depository. The report of the Comptroller to the Board of Trustees as at June 30,1931, a copy of which is attached hereto, is in accordance with the books and, in our opinion, is correct. Thefinancialreport of the Comptroller to the Governor of the State of Illinois, for the period be... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1931: ...cordance with the books and, in our opinion, is correct. Thefinancialreport of the Comptroller to the Governor of the State of Illinois, for the period beginning July 1, 1929, and ending June 30, 1931, is in accordance with the books and, in our opinion, is correct. Yours faithfully, Arthur Young Co. This report was received for record. AUDIT OF ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION ACCOUNTS 19 The followingfinanc... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1931: ...g Co. This report was received for record. AUDIT OF ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION ACCOUNTS 19 The followingfinancialreport and audit of the accounts of the Athletic Association for the year ended June 30, 1931: September 15, 1931 President H . W . Chase, 355 Administration D e a r President Chase: I transmit herewith the audit report andfinancialstatements of the Athletic Association for the year ended Jun... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1931: ...r 15, 1931 President H . W . Chase, 355 Administration D e a r President Chase: I transmit herewith the audit report andfinancialstatements of the Athletic Association for the year ended June 30, 1931. The by-laws of the Athletic Association provide that its accounts shall be audited by the Comptroller of the University. I have had the general audit for the past year made by Arthur Young and Compa... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1931: ... thefiscalyear 1931-1932, such as a portion of relay carnival expense, football game publicity and tickets and a portion of training salaries. The operating surplus of the Association at June 30, 1931 was 310,835.79, as compared with 324,012.89 at June 30, 1930, a decrease of 13,177.10. The changes during the year are shown in Schedule Bl. The excess of expenses over income for the year results fr... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1931: ...ned with respect to all actions affecting the finances of the Association and the effect given them in the books of account. W e have examined the financial statements for the year ended June 30, 1931, prepared by the staff of the Association, and have checked them against the books and the budget and have found them to agree therewith. W e have also audited the accounts of Charles E. Bowen and C ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1931: ... e have also audited the accounts of Charles E. Bowen and C o m p a n y covering concessions for the sale of candy, fruit, etc., in the stadium during football games. The cash on hand at June 30, 1931, has been confirmed to us by the depository. W e submit the following summary of transactions during the year: Cash in Bank, June 30, 1930. 299 93 Receipts: Northwestern G a m e Ji 347 49 Iowa G a m ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1931: ...sociation should have received, during the year has been 5ri 61 received and duly accounted for. 2 733 03 All expenditures have been made for Association purposes and186 26 Cash in Bank, June 30, 1931 1 have been properly authorized and correctly recorded in the books. The assets of the Association as of June 30, 1931, as shown by the Balance Sheet, are correct in amount and have been duly verifie... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1931: ...res have been made for Association purposes and186 26 Cash in Bank, June 30, 1931 1 have been properly authorized and correctly recorded in the books. The assets of the Association as of June 30, 1931, as shown by the Balance Sheet, are correct in amount and have been duly verified. The financial statements attached hereto agree with the books of the Association and present a correct account of it... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1931: ...t and have been duly verified. The financial statements attached hereto agree with the books of the Association and present a correct account of itsfinancialoperations for the year ended June 30, 1931, and of its financial condition at the close of the year. Arthur Young Co. Yours faithfully, ,i93i U N I V E R S I T Y O F ILLINOIS 429 Schedule A UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION COMPARAT... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1931: .... Arthur Young Co. Yours faithfully, ,i93i U N I V E R S I T Y O F ILLINOIS 429 Schedule A UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION COMPARATIVE B A L A N C E SHEET JUNE 30, 1930 A N D JUNE 30, 1931 ASSETS CURRENT: Cash: Savings Account Checking Account Manager's Fund Petty Cash Refund Account Total Accounts Receivable Guarantees Receivable Travel Advances ADVANCES TO STADIUM FUND 29 000 00 26 5... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1931: ... following estimated unencumbered balances from the year 1930-31 be reappropriated as of July 1, 1931, to cover the expenses of work and transactions which will not have been completed by June 30, the close of the fiscal year: ESTIMATED BALANCES AS OF JUNE 30, iq3i TO BE REAPPROPRIATED Administration Entrance Examinations. 2 000 00 Publishers Trade List 50 00 Editing and Printing Laws and Regulati... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1931: ...s less than the amounts provided in the budget, the unused balance will lapse at that time. Appropriations for Expense and Equipment are available for one year beginning July 1 and ending June 30. These appropriations are based on an estimated distribution of expenditures according to the various budget classifications of "Wages, Office Expense, etc." Expenditures should be made in approximate acc... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1931: ...rial departure from which should be reported in advance to the Dean or Director or other officer concerned, and to the Comptroller. All unencumbered balances in these appropriations lapse June 30. ESTIMATED B U D G E T INCOME F O R T H E FISCAL Y E A R 1931-1932 Total Educational and General Student Fees Gross Ji 163 750 00 1 163 750 00 Deduct: Estimated Refunds 38 750 00 38 750 00 Net, Fees 1 125... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1931: ...ring Locomotive Syphon Tests Brake Shoe Friction Tests 1 800 Theoretical and Applied Mechanics Cast Iron Pipe Investigation Concrete Columns 1931, to be expended in 1931-32 1 500 1Balance June 30, Investigation balance June 30, Car Axle Failures 1931, to be expended in 1931-32. 'Estimated new funds, renewals of current funds and 3 600 balances. Stresses in Elevated Structures and Equipment. June 3... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1931: ...ake Shoe Friction Tests 1 800 Theoretical and Applied Mechanics Cast Iron Pipe Investigation Concrete Columns 1931, to be expended in 1931-32 1 500 1Balance June 30, Investigation balance June 30, Car Axle Failures 1931, to be expended in 1931-32. 'Estimated new funds, renewals of current funds and 3 600 balances. Stresses in Elevated Structures and Equipment. June 30, 1931, 3 150 'EstimatedSteel ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1931: ... the emergency working fund of 50,000 established by the Board on April 27 Minutes, page 216 as a revolving fund to take care of pressing needs, was returned to the University treasury on June 30. This report was received for record. ,388 BOARD OF TRUSTEES July 1 " RESEARCH FUNDS FROM AMERICAN OTOLOGICAL SOCIETY 15 A report that the American Otologics Society has granted a fund of 3,000 to assist ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1931: June 30, September 29, 1931 1931, a 1931 Harry 1, 1931,giveainstruction in Zoology the rate of seventy of three 70 beginning 300 and at in Economics, on one-half compensation dollars Heckman, Arthur, the session,... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1931: ...res departments near the close of the fiscal year have been re-calculated by us and adjusted to June 30, 1931, by taking into account receipts and issues from the date of the inventory to June 30. A liberal selection of items has been verified as to quantity by actual inspection of the material, and as to prices by comparison with purchase records. Physical inventories were from 1 4 to 1 0 in exce... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1931: On June 30 a balance of 180,000 of such notes remained outstanding to be met by future tax collections. On that date the taxes due this fund and not yet collected amounted to 1,325,000. During the year the Board tur... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1934)
  • 1931: ...of a substantial amount for example, see Exhibit D, Report of the Comptroller for 1930-1931, page I D . 1 During the depression period this reserve, the amount of which was 208,366 as at June 30, 1931, together with a special reserve of 240,000 which the Board had accumulated from the operation of its residence halls over a long period of years in the hope of eventually using it to build an additi... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1932: ...70 a month. July 15, 1930 Smith, Robert Karl, Research Graduate Assistant in Ceramic Engineering, in the Engineering Experiment Station, beginning September 1, 1930, and continuing until June 30, 1932, not including July and August, at a cash compensation at the rate of sixty dollars 60 a month. July 8, 1930 Sohl, William E., Assistant in Chemistry, on one-half time, for ten months beginning Septe... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1932: ... nine hundred thirty-five dollars 935 . September 25, 1930 Buran, Louis Frank, Special Research Graduate Assistant in Civil Engineering, beginning September 1, 1930, and continuing until June 30, 1932, not including July and August, at a cash compensation at the rate of sixty dollars 6o a month. October 2, 1930 Butz, L. W., Assistant in Chemistry, on one-half time, for four months beginning Octobe... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1932: ...an in the Department of Dermatology . September 19, 1930 Jewett, George Edgar, Special Research Graduate Assistant in Civil Engineering, beginning September 1, 1930, and continuing until June 30, 1932, not including July and August, at a cash compensation at the rate of sixty dollars 60 a month. October 2, 1930 Johnson, E. H., Assistant in Chemistry, on one-half time, for nine months beginning Oct... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1932: ...litary Deposits 60 000 00 Towel Fund Men's 2 000 oo2 Towel Fund Women's 800 00 Military Uniforms 12 000 00 Total Not included in Budget Totals 85 200 00 balance lapses into General Funds June 30, 1932. 2Balance lapses into General Funds September 1, 1932. ,i93Jl UNIVERSITY O F ILLINOIS 367 APPOINTMENT OF McKINLEY PROFESSOR 21 A recommendation that Dean C. M . Thompson of the College of Commerce be... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1932: ...931 September 1, 193 to George Toms West Polk Street, Chicago month August 31, 1933 Residence at 806 South 70 per June 30, 1931 July i, 1931 to C. A. Wilson Sixth Street, Champaign month June 30, 1932 Residence at 1207 West 45 per June 20, 1931 Twelve months from Peter Scholl1 Stoughton Street, Urbana month August 15, 1931 Sherwood house South of 20 per September 10, One year from E. C. Moore' Mil... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1932: .... Florence Belshaw, Research Assistant in Foods, in the Department of H o m e Economics, in the College of Agriculture, on one-half time, beginning October 20, 1931, and continuing until June 30, 1932, at a cash compensation at the rate of sixty dollars 60 a month. October 26, 1931 Fierke, M . L., Special Research Assistant in Chemistry, on one-half time, for eleven months beginning September 15, ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1932: ...ash compensation at the rate offiftydollars 50 a month. December 12, 1931 Rasmussen, D. Irvin, Assistant in Zoology, on one-fourth time, beginning November 16, 1931, and continuing until June 30, 1932, at a cash compensation at the rate of thirty-five dollars 35 a month. November 23, 1931 Reid, Mabel, Attendant in the Department of Orthopedics, in the College of Medicine, for nine months beginning... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1932: ...0 00 2. Solubility of boiler waters. Case No. 31 5 0oo ot 3. Investigation of stack ases. Case No. 34 7 000 00 4. Refrigeration at low brine temperatures, Case No. 41 to be terminated on June 30, 1932 4 000 00 Total budget for 1031 20 600 00 None of the projects to be continued will involve any new type of workbut will deal with the present program of research. The Utilities Research Commission ha... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1932: ...excess of estimate. No budget estimate set up. 2Credited direct to revolving accounts, not carried as separate items on Balance faneet. 3To be transferred from Creamery Operating Account June 30, 1932. ,524 BOARD OF TRUSTEES February 6 Schedule E SUMMARY OF BOARD APPROPRI :atioi I S AS AT DECEMBER 31, 1931 Eh i; - Fr Total Disburseb ances r Bahincc 10 537 25 246 542 34 Credits ments 48 010 06 1 0 ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1932: ...ineering, in the Engineering Experiment Station, in the College of Endent of the University. gineering, beginning February I, 1932, and continuing until further notice but not later than June 30, 1932, at a cash compensation at the rate of three hundred dollars 300 a month this supersedes his previous appointment . February IS, 1932 Sperry, Floyde Dwight, Assistant in the Bureau of Business Resear... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1932: ...f Mr. Barr, this report was received for record. A N N U A L REPORT OF THE TREASURER 26 T h e following reports of Hazen S. Capron, former Treasurer of the University, for the year ended June 30, 1932, and F r a n k M. Ciordon, Treasurer of the University, for the period February 6, 1932, to June 30, 1932, which the Comptroller has examined and certifies to be correct in accordance with his record... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1934)
  • 1932: ...ports of Hazen S. Capron, former Treasurer of the University, for the year ended June 30, 1932, and F r a n k M. Ciordon, Treasurer of the University, for the period February 6, 1932, to June 30, 1932, which the Comptroller has examined and certifies to be correct in accordance with his records. September 7, 1932 President H. W. Chase, 355 Administration DEAR PRESIDENT C H A S E : I transmit herew... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1934)
  • 1932: ..., 1932 President H. W. Chase, 355 Administration DEAR PRESIDENT C H A S E : I transmit herewith the report of Hazen S. Capron, Treasurer of the University of Illinois, for the year ended June 30, 1932, and the report of Frank M. Gordon, Treasurer of the University of Illinois, for the period February 6, 1932, to June 30, 1932, as required by the by-laws of the Board of Trustees. I have examined th... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1934)
  • 1932: ...Treasurer of the University of Illinois, for the year ended June 30, 1932, and the report of Frank M. Gordon, Treasurer of the University of Illinois, for the period February 6, 1932, to June 30, 1932, as required by the by-laws of the Board of Trustees. I have examined these reports and hereby certify that they are correct in accordance with my records. I attach a reconciliation between the balan... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1934)
  • 1932: ... the balances as reported and the balances given in my Quarterly Report separately submitted. Cordially yours, LLOYD MOREY Comptroller RECONCILIATION WITH THE UNIVERSITY TREASURERS AS AT JUNE 30, 1932 With With Hazen S. Frank M. Capron, Gordon, Ex-Treasurer Treasurer Treasurer s Balance . . . . . . f,91 s 7 , ,g jS366 496 34 Add: Receipts not deposited until July 11 478 96 r, J , r ' -., ; Deduct:... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1934)
  • 1932: ...o the Board of Trustees of the University of Illinois: I transmit herewith the quarterly report required of me covering the financial transactions of the University for the quarter ended June 30, 1932. Schedule A is a balance sheet of all assets for which the Board of Trustees is responsible arid all commitments and obligations of the University as of June 30, 1932. Schedule B is a statement of th... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1934)
  • 1932: ...r the quarter ended June 30, 1932. Schedule A is a balance sheet of all assets for which the Board of Trustees is responsible arid all commitments and obligations of the University as of June 30, 1932. Schedule B is a statement of the Reserve and Contingent Fund or the working balance of general income for the quarter ended June 30, 1932. Due to our inability to realize on the full amount of state... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1934)
  • 1932: ...itments and obligations of the University as of June 30, 1932. Schedule B is a statement of the Reserve and Contingent Fund or the working balance of general income for the quarter ended June 30, 1932. Due to our inability to realize on the full amount of state appropriations for current expenses of the year, it has been necessary to use the entire balance of the Reserve and Contingent Fund to mee... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1934)
  • 1932: ...last named balance, U. S. Government securities of a market value of 513,750 have been deposited as collateral. Schedule D is a summary of the income of the University for the year ended June 30, 1932. It is noted from this statement that from a state appropriation of 4,940,000 for current expenses, the expenditures and commitments for the year have amounted to only 4,396478.24, leaving an unused ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1934)
  • 1932: ...udent fees for the year was 1,125,000. T h e actual amount realized was 1,074,339.57. Schedule E is a summary of all appropriations made by the Board for use during the fiscal year ended June 30, 1932. -Of these appropriations the sum of 473,218.72 was allowed by the various departments of the University to lapse unused at the close of the year. This saving in expenditures made possible the unused... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1934)
  • 1932: ...nds for the year. T h e figures contained in this report are cumulative for the fiscal year and, therefore, represent the financial operations of the University for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1932, and the financial condition of the University at that date. They will be presented in more complete form in the annual report of the Comptroller to be published at a later date. This report is subje... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1934)
  • 1932: ...tificate of audit will be furnished as soon as that audit is completed. Respectfully submitted, LLOYD MOREY Comptroller ,i93 2 l UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS I09 SCHEDULE A BALANCE SHEET AS AT JUNE 30, 1932 ASSETS I. General and Building Funds Cash with University Treasurer Schedule C 305 753 Petty Cash Funds. 3 400 Balances in State Appropriation Schedule C : For Operation 67 7 8 Notes Receivable 1 50 ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1934)
  • 1932: ...ted by Frank M. Gordon, Treasurer, to secure his total balance of 312,933.74. ,no BOARD OF TRUSTEES September 28 SCHEDULE B STATEMENT OF RESERVE AND CONTINGENT FUND FOR THE QUARTER ENDED JUNE 30, 1932 Balance Forward, April i, 1932. 161; 662 98 Add; Repayment of petty cash advances to: C. S. Rhode, Dairy Extension Station g 100 00 H. B. Ingalls, Bursar part 454 99 554 99 166 217 Deduct; Special Ap... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1934)
  • 1932: ...f notes, available for i m m e d i a t e e x p e n d i t u r e ; t h e t o t a l being 217,656.62. ,ii2 BOARD OF TRUSTEES September 28 SCHEDULE D STATEMENT OF INCOME FOR T H E YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1932 Balances, July J, 1031 Reserve for Orders and Contracts Outstanding Balances Reappropriated or Carried Forward Reserve for 1931-32 Special Appropriations Reserve for Petty Cash Funds Unappropriated A... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1934)
  • 1932: ...hur Young and Company, Accountants and Auditors, of their audit of the University's accounts for the quarter ending J u n e 30, 1932; and also a report of their audit for the year ending June 30, 1932. August 27, 1932 Board of Trustees, DEAR SIRS, University of Illinois, Urbana, Illinois W e have audited the books of the University of Illinois for the quarter ended J u n e 30, 1932, and submit the... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1934)
  • 1932: ...t the Secretary's letters of appointment. T h e footings of the cash book were proved. The cash balances in the hands of the University Treasurer and the exTreasurer of the University at June 30, 1932, were verified by confirmation from the depositories, as follows: Frank M. Gordon, Treasurer: Balance as confirmed by the First National Bank of Chicago 366 496 34 Add: June receipts deposited in Jul... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1934)
  • 1932: ... Bank, Champaign. T h e securities as shown by the books of account were verified by actual inspection and by confirmation from the custodian. The following securities were in default at June 30, 1932: Lois A. and John H . Boyden, real estate note 6 440 46 Chicago and West Towns Railway Company, first mortgage gold bond 1 000 00 La Salle-Wacker Building Corporation, bond W. B. and M. E. Martin, mo... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1934)
  • 1932: ... Board. W e hereby certify that, so far as we have been able to ascertain by an extended detail examination, All income which the University should have received during the quarter ended June 30, 1932, has been received and accounted for. All disbursements have been made for University purposes and have been properly authorized and the expenditures have been correctly recorded in the books of acco... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1934)
  • 1932: ...been correctly recorded in the books of account. Subject to our comments on the University's funds at the First National Bank, Champaign, the cash and securities as shown by the books at June 30, 1932, are correct in amount and have been verified by actual inspection, count, or confirmation from the depository. ,n6 BOARD OF TRUSTEES September 28 T h e report of the Comptroller to the Board of Trus... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1934)
  • 1932: ...and have been verified by actual inspection, count, or confirmation from the depository. ,n6 BOARD OF TRUSTEES September 28 T h e report of the Comptroller to the Board of Trustees as at June 30, 1932, a copy of which is attached hereto, is in accordance with the books and, in our opinion, is correct. T h e financial report of the Comptroller to the Governor of the State of Illinois for the period... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1934)
  • 1932: ...ly, ARTHUR YOUNG Co. August 27, 1932 Board of Trustees, DEAR SIRS, University of Illinois, Urbana, Illinois W e have audited the accounts of the University of Illinois for the year ended June 30, 1932, and we hereby certify that, so far as we have been able to ascertain by an extended detail examination, AH income which the University should have received during the year has been received and acco... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1934)
  • 1932: ... In connection with this account, the University holds the personal bond of Mr. Hazen S. Capron, former Treasurer, and his Co-Sureties. T h e report of the Comptroller for the year ended June 30, 1932, a copy of which is attached hereto, is in accordance with the books and, in our opinion, is correct. Yours faithfully, ARTHUR YOUNG Co. This report was received for record. COMPTROLLER'S REPORT OF C... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1934)
  • 1932: ...s less than the amounts provided in the budget, the unused balance will lapse at that time. Appropriations for Expense and Equipment are available for one year beginning July r and ending June 30. These appropriations are based on an estimated distribution of expenditures according to the various budget classifications of "Wages, Office Expense, etc." Expenditures should be made in approximate acc... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1934)
  • 1932: ...tores departments near the close of the fiscal year were re-calculated by us and adjusted to J u n e 30, 1932, by taking into account receipts and issues from the date of the inventory to June 30, A selection of items was verified as to quantities by actual inspection of the material and as to prices by comparison with purchase records. Physical inventories were 6 3 in excess of the control accoun... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1934)
  • 1932: ...accumulated surplus as of September 1, 1932, from the operation of the woman's residence halls. Of this amount it has been necessary to use 146,847, leaving a cash balance of 88,030 as of June 30. There is also on hand approximately 60,000 representing balances of self-supporting activities including the residence hall balance from the past year's operations. By a law passed by the last General As... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1934)
  • 1933: ...0 a month. June 29, 1931 Cox, William Theodore, Research Graduate Assistant in Civil Engineering, in the Engineering Experiment Station, beginning September I, 1931, and continuing until June 30, 1933, not including July and August, at a cash compensation at the rate of7,1931,Ralphcontinuing until further notice, sixteen of,Engineering, Materials, in three hundred dollars a a month. to Research193... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1933: ...n Garrell, Special Research Graduate Assistant in Gas Engineering, in the Engineering Experiment Station, in the College of Engineering, beginning September 1, 1931, and continuing until June 30, 1933, but not including July and August, at a cash compensation at the rate of sixty dollars 60 a month. June 29, I93i Dobberman, Marvin Robert, Assistant in Architecture, for ten months beginning Septemb... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1933: ...ur Francis, Research Graduate Assistant in Mechanical Engineering, in the Engineering Experiment Station, in the College of Engineering, beginning September 1, 1931, and continuing until June 30, 1933, not including July and August, at a cash compensation at the rate of sixty dollars 60 a month. June 29, 1931 Johnson, Walter Gilbert, Assistant in English, for ten months beginning September 1, 1931... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1933: ...n, Kenneth C , Research Graduate Assistant in Ceramic Engineering, in the Engineering Experiment Station, in the College of Engineering, beginning September I, 1931, and continuing until June 30, 1933, not including July and August, at a cash compensation at the rate of sixty dollars 60 a month. June 29, 1931 MacFate, R. P., Hospital Chemist in the Hospital Laboratory, and Instructor in Physiologi... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1933: ...th this supersedes her previous appointment . May 4, 1932 Sanford, C. W., Principal of the University High School, and Instructor in Education, beginning July 1,1932, and continuing until June 30,1933, at a cash compensation of two thousand six hundred dollars 2,600 . May 3, 1932 Williams, Lewis W., Secretary of the Appointments Committee, and Instructor in Education, beginning July 1, 1932, and c... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1932)
  • 1933: ...re Total, McKinley Hospital D All of the above salaries are to be paid from the profits of the halls and are not included in budget totals. Balance lapses into General University Income, June 30, 1933. Entire budget from receipts. Not included in budget totals. . . . 'With maintenance, including living quarters, board, and laundry while hospital is in operation. ,8o BOARD OF TRUSTEES July 13 EXPEN... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1934)
  • 1933: ...32-1933 budget for the continuation of the industrial-agricultural research work which the University has been carrying on "Cash balances. 'Balance lapses into General University Income, June 30, 1933. Balance lapses into General University Income, September 1, 1933. ,82 BOARD OF TRUSTEES July 13 through the Department of Chemistry and the Agricultural Experiment Station for the last three years. ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1934)
  • 1933: ...nd many of them are rare and have considerable value. T h e National Research Council to Dr. J. T. Buchholz of the Department of Botany, a grant of 500 for the period of July 1, 1932, to June 30, 1933, in support of certain research work on plants. T h e National Research Council, 120 for the employment of a draughtsman to assist Professor C. H . Crickmay of the Department of Geology in the mappin... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1934)
  • 1933: ...t of appointments made by the President of the University. Baer, Walter Hilmar, Assistant in Neuropsychiatry, in the College of Medicine, beginning January 16, 1933, and continuing until June 30, 1933, without salary. January 17, 1933 1 FabricaTit, Noah, Assistant in Otolaryngology, in the College of Medicine, beginning January 16, 1933, and continuing until September 1, 1933, without salary. Janu... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1934)
  • 1933: ...ce K., Research Assistant in Home Economics, in the College of Agriculture, and in the Agricultural Experiment Station, on one-half time, beginning February 6, 1933, and continuing until June 30, 1933, at a cash compensation at the rate of sixty dollars 60 a month. February 24, 1933 Olsen, Selma Marie, Assistant in Physiology, on one-fourth time, for four months beginning March 1, 1933, at a cash ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1934)
  • 1933: ...compensation at the rate of thirty dollars 30 a month. March 6, 1933 Powell, Alden L., Assistant in Political Science, on one-half time, beginning February 15, 1933, and continuing until June 30, 1933, at a cash compensation at the rate of seventy dollars 70 a month this supersedes his previous appointment . February 24, 1933 Shellow, H., Assistant in Dermatology, in the College of Medicine, on on... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1934)
  • 1933: ...roller that an appropriation of 8,500, or so much thereof as may be necessary, be made from the Reserve and Contingent Fund to cover expenses of the McKinley Hospital for the year ending June 30, 1933, in excess of the income of the Hospital. I concur in this recommendation. On motion of Mr. Barr, this matter was referred to the Executive Committee, with power to act. At this point, Mrs. Freeman t... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1934)
  • 1933: ...ion of 8,500, or st much thereof as may be necessary, be made from the Reserve and Contingent Fund to cover expenses for the McKinley Hospital in excess of the income for the year ending June 30, 1933. On motion of Mr. Trees, this appropriation was made, by the following vote: Aye, Mr. Armstrong, Mr. Barr, Mr. Barrett, Mrs. Freeman, Dr. Meyer, Mr. Trees, Mr. Williams; no, none; absent, Mr. Blair, ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1934)
  • 1933: June 30, 1933 Taylor, S. Helen, Teacher in the University High School, in the Summer Session of 1933, beginning June 19 and ending August 12, 1933, at a cash compensation of one hundred twenty dollars 120 for the ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1934)
  • 1933: ... 1933 t o J u n e 30, 1935 This report was received for record. REPORT OF TREASURER 26 The following report of Frank M. Gordon, University Treasurer, for the fiscal year July I, 1932, to June 30, 1933, as requested by the by-laws of the Board of Trustees, and also the report of Hazen S. Capron, former Treasurer of the University, for the year ended June 30, 1933. The comptroller has examined these... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1934)
  • 1933: ... year July I, 1932, to June 30, 1933, as requested by the by-laws of the Board of Trustees, and also the report of Hazen S. Capron, former Treasurer of the University, for the year ended June 30, 1933. The comptroller has examined these reports and certifies that they are correct in accordance with his records. RECONCILIATION WITH THE UNIVERSITY TREASURER AS A T J U N E 30, 1933 T r e a s u r e r ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1934)
  • 1933: ...motion of Mr. Williams, this report was referred to the Finance Committee for examination and report. QUARTERLY REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER 27 The quarterly report of the Comptroller as of June 30, 1933. Mr. Trees reported that this report had been examined by the Finance Committee, and that the Committee found no objections to the report. This report was received for record. ,JQ33 UNIVERSITY OF ILL... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1934)
  • 1933: ...tensions were granted. REPORT OF AUDITORS Mr. T r e e s presented the report of A r t h u r Andersen Co. on the e x amination of the accounts of the University for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1933, with a proposal that the accounts be examined semiannually instead of quarterly. On motion of M r . Trees, this report w a s received for record a n d the proposal for a semi-annual audit was approv... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1934)
  • 1933: ... M r . Barr, this authority was granted. A U D I T REPORT OF T H E ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 15 An audit report from Arthur Andersen and Company of the Athletic Association for the year ended June 30, 1933, and supplementary financial statements for the same period prepared by the Comptroller. O n motion of M r . Barr, this report was referred to the Finance Committee for examination and report. ,400 B... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1934)
  • 1933: ...d in the State Treasury to the credit of the University of Illinois revolving fund and disbursed from appropriations from that fund. T h e law does not require that any balance on hand on June 30 be thus turned over. T h e question is as to whether this balance should be turned into the State Treasury and disbursed from there or whether it should be retained in the hands of the University Treasure... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1934)
  • 1933: ...eneral income of 4,859,523, thus leaving an unappropriated balance for reserve and contingencies of only 14,028. To this sum may be added a balance of about 75,000 in our general funds on June 30, making a total reserve of about 90,000. As compared with the budget for similar purposes for the year 1932-33, the present budget represents a decrease of 612,666 or U.2 . Salaries, with a few exceptions... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1934)
  • 1933: ...s less than the amounts provided in the budget, the unused balance will lapse at that time. Appropriations for Expense and Equipment are available for one year beginning July 1 and ending June 30. These appropriations are based on an estimated distribution of expenditures according to the various budget classifications of "Office Expense, Travel, etc." Expenditures should be made in approximate ac... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1934)
  • 1933: ... of this accumulated surplus to the general funds of the University, where they were used for general operating expenses. The amount thus transferred was 240,045.68 Comptroller's Report, June 30, 1933, page 26 . Beginning with 1934, the sums for building repairs and equipment replacements on a reserve basis have been set aside out of each year's income. A study has been made of the operations of a... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1948)
  • 1934: ...Total, Scholarships and Fellowships 17 200 17 200 1 With maintenance including living quarters, board, and personal laundry while on duty. a Balance lapses into General University Income June 30, 1934. 'Estimated. ,360 BOARD OF TRUSTEES July 10 Salaries Other Prize Funds: and Wages Expense Total Baker Prize ioo 100 Bryan Prize for Students' Essays on Government... 50 50 English Poetry Prize 150 15... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1934)
  • 1934: ...Assembly and approved by the Governor, which amends Section 6 of "An Act in relation to State finance," approved June io, 1919, as amended: 'Balance lapses into General University Income June 30, 1934. 'Balance lapses into General University Income September i, 1934- , 62 BOARD OF TRUSTEES July io "The gross amount of money received by the University of Illinois from whatever source, other than fr... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1934)
  • 1934: ...e Dean Kendric C. Babcock, to the University Library. From the National Research Council, to Professor J. T. Buchholz, of the Department of Botany, 885 for the period of July 1, 1933, to June 30, 1934, in support of his research work. F r o m the Bureau of Research of the American Otological Society, to P r o fessor E. A. Culler, of the Department of Psychology, 3,150 for the period of September 1... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1934)
  • 1934: ...cting President of the University. ,19331 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 387 Broder, Samuel B., Resident in Psychiatry, in the College of Medicine, beginning August 7, 1933, and continuing until June 30, 1934, at a cash compensation at the rate of forty-seven dollars and fifty cents 47.50 a month. September 16, 1933 Browne, Robert B., Assistant to the Dean of the College of Liberal A r t s and Sciences, a... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1934)
  • 1934: ...ious appointment . August 12, 1933 H a r r i s , Marshall, Assistant in Agricultural Economics, in the Agricultural Experiment Station, beginning September 16, 1933, and continuing until June 30, 1934, at a cash compensation at the rate of seventy dollars 70 a month. September 21, 1933 Hartley, Miles C , Teacher in the University H i g h School, for ten months beginning September I, 1933, at a cas... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1934)
  • 1934: ...with exemption from laboratory fees. August 10, 1933 Jackson, Ellen Pauline, Student Assistant in the Library School, on one-half time, beginning September 21, 1933, and continuing until June 30, 1934, at a cash compensation at the rate of sixty-eight dollars and seventy-five cents 68.75 a month. September 19, 1933 Jaffray, D. S., Assistant and Second Junior Resident in Surgery, in the College of ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1934)
  • 1934: ... Assistant in F a r m Management, in the Department of Agricultural Economics, in the Agricultural Extension Service, on one-half time, beginning September 21, 1933, and continuing until June 30, 1934, at a cash compensation at the rate of fifty-seven dollars 57 a month. September 19, 1933 Smith, Mrs. Mabel P., Director of Social Activities in the West Residence Hall, for ten months beginning Sept... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1934)
  • 1934: ...ns which has been terminated, has been appointed instructor in civil engineering at a salary of 200 a month, effective February 1 and continuing until further notice, but not longer than June 30, 1934. This appointment will involve an addition to the budget. Professor Huntington has never been given formal leave of absence and is serving the Civil Works Administration without any compensation. I r... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1934)
  • 1934: ...edes his previous appointment . February 6, 1934 Kluge, Ralph Wendel, Instructor in Civil Engineering, beginning February 1, 1934, and continuing until further notice, but not later than June 30, 1934, at a cash compensation at the rate of two-hundred dollars 200 a month. February 12, 1934 Krebs, Robert William, Assistant in Chemistry, on one-third time, for five months beginning February 1, 1934,... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1934)
  • 1934: ...ompensation at the rate of one hundred twenty dollars 120 a month. March 3, 1934 Mizelle, John D., Assistant in Zoology, on one-fourth time, beginning March 9, 1934, and continuing until June 30, 1934 at a cash compensation at the rate of twenty-eight dollars fifty cents 28.50 a month. March 10, 1934 'The date in parenthesis is the date on which the appointment was made by the Acting President of ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1934)
  • 1934: ...ointment was made by the Acting President of the University. ,474 BOASD OF TRUSTEES Nichols, Ray J., Assistant in Zoology, on one-half time, beginning March 9, 1934, and continuing until June 30, 1934, at a cash compensation at the rate of fifty-seven dollars 57 a month this supersedes his previous appointment . March 9, 1934 Sarkissian, A. O., Assistant in History, on one-fourth time, for four mo... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1934)
  • 1934: ... Athletic Association showing the estimated income and estimated expenses for the fiscal year July I, 1934, to June 30, 1935, and a financial statement estimated of the Association as of June 30, 1934. On motion of Mr. Barr, this budget was referred to the Finance Committee for study and report. AUTHORITY TO CONFER DEGREES 14 A request for authority to confer degrees at the Commencement exercises ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1934)
  • 1934: ...pay for six weeks from April 3; his work was taken care of without expense to the University. 4. J. A. Dorjahn, Instructor in the College of Pharmacy, sick leave with pay from March 1 to June 30, 1934; his work is being taken care of by other members of the staff without additional expense to the University. 5. Miss Bessie Packard, Secretary in the Department of Home Economics, sick leave with pay... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1934)
  • 1934: ...wing matters presented by the Acting President of the University. REAPPROPRIATION OF UNEXPENDED BALANCES 1 A recommendation that the following balances which it is estimated will lapse on June 30,1934, be reappropriated for the fiscal year beginning July 1,1934: Self-supporting Funds Accountancy Committee ..... , 37 137 Entrance Examinations i 000 Dairy Creamery 7 701 Home Economics Cafeteria 956 ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1934)
  • 1934: June 30, 1934 Hagan, Mrs. Mabel R., Teacher in the University High School in the Summer Session of 1934, beginning June 18, and ending August 11, 1934, at a cash compensation of one hundred seventy-seven dollars 1... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1934: June 30,1934 Hager, Russell Perry, Assistant in Zoology, on one-fourth time, for ten months beginning September I, 1934, at a cash compensation of two hundred eighty-five dollars 285 (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1934: June 30,1934 Hatch, Mary, Stenographer in the Department of Agricultural Economics, in the College of Agriculture, for one year beginning September I, 1934, at a cash compensation of nine hundred sixty-seven doll... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1934: June 30, 1934 Hoffman, Abe Lawrence, Instructor in Law, for one year beginning September i, T 934i at a cash compensation of two thousand two hundred dollars 2200 July 7, 1934 Hoverson, Emil Theodor, Instructor in... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1934: June 30, 1934 Meyer, Bernadine H., Laboratory Assistant in Home Economics, in the College of Agriculture, on one-fourth time, beginning September 15, 1934, and continuing until February I, 1935, at a cash compensa... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1934: June 30, 1934 Trjitzinsky, W. J., Assistant Professor of Mathematics, for one year beginning September 1, 1934, at a cash compensation of three thousand four hundred dollars 3400 (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1934: June 30, 1934 Trimble, T. H., to give instruction in English, on one-half time, in the Summer Session of 1934, beginning June 18, and ending August I I , 1934, at a cash compensation of one hundred twenty-five dol... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1934: June 30, 1934 Zilly, Marie Louise, Teacher in the University High School in the Summer Session of 1934, beginning June 18, and ending August 11, 1934, at a cash compensation of one hundred twenty dollars twenty-fi... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1934: June 30, 1934 ,I934J UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 17 Zilly, Marie Louise, Teacher in the University High School, on three-fifths time, for ten months beginning September 1, 1934, at a cash compensation of nine hundred d... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1934: ...e agreement executed as authorized by the Board of Trustees in its meeting July 11, 1934 Minutes, page 4 : Name American Dry Milk Institute Amount to be received by University i 700 Dale June 30, 1934 Purpose Investigation to study utilization by animals of calcium of whole milk and of liquid and dried skim milk and their values as sources of calcium in comparison with other nigh calcium foods. Ot... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1934: ... the Board on July 13,1932 Minutes, page 93 . On motion of Mr. Barr, these gifts were accepted. QUARTERLY REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER 35 The report of the Comptroller for the quarter ended June 30, 1934, a copy of which was sent to each member of the Board on August 8. This report was received for record. The Board considered the following matters which had been referred to its committees, and the r... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1934: ...f Mr. Trees, this recommendation was approved. A U D I T OF UNIVERSITY'S ACCOUNTS 22 A report from A r t h u r Andersen Co. of their audit of the University's accounts for the year ended June 30, 1934; also supplemental report on detailed examination of the accounts for the same period. T h e Secretary of the Board reports that copies of the complete report have been sent to members of the Board a... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1934: ...tter. r e p o r t w a s r e c e i v e d for r e c o r d . This REPORT ON STUDENT LOAN FUNDS 12 A special statistical report on the operation of the Student Loan Funds for the year ending June 30, 1934, prepared by the Bursar of the University, who is in charge of the administration of these loans, was sent to each member of the Finance Committee. This report calls attention to a loan of 75 made in... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1934: ...s of that Department. This income represents the excess receipts over the estimated receipts of the last fiscal year, on hand July 1, 1934, and the excess receipts which may accrue before June 30. I recommend approval. On motion of M r s . Freeman, this appropriation was made, by the following vote: Aye, Mr. Barr, Mr. Barrett, M r s . Freeman, M r . Mayer, Dr. Meyer, M r s . Plumb, M r . Pogue, M ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1934: ...come amount to 5,395,121, leaving an unapproved reserve of only 16,430 page 270 . Since all available funds of the University for the year 1934-35 were fully appropriated or encumbered at June 30 and no balance was carried forward to the succeeding year, this sum represents the entire contingent reserve of the University for the coming year. T h e distribution of the total budget for the coming ye... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1934: June 30, 1934 Hagan, Mrs. Mabel R., Teacher in the University High School in the Summer Session of 1934, beginning June 18, and ending August 11, 1934, at a cash compensation of one hundred seventy-seven dollars 1... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1934: June 30,1934 Hager, Russell Perry, Assistant in Zoology, on one-fourth time, for ten months beginning September I, 1934, a t a cash compensation of two hundred eighty-five dollars 285 (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1934: June 30,1934 Hatch, Mary, Stenographer in the Department of Agricultural Economics, in the College of Agriculture, for one year beginning September I, 1934, a t a cash compensation of nine hundred sixty-seven dol... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1934: June 30, 1934 Hoffman, Abe Lawrence, Instructor in Law, for one year beginning September i, T 934i a t a cash compensation of two thousand two hundred dollars 2200 July 7, 1934 Hoverson, Emil Theodor, Instructor i... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1934: June 30, 1934 Meyer, Bernadine H., Laboratory Assistant in Home Economics, in the College of Agriculture, on one-fourth time, beginning September 15, 1934, and continuing until February I, 1935, at a cash compensa... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1934: June 30, 1934 Trjitzinsky, W. J., Assistant Professor of Mathematics, for one year beginning September 1, 1934, at a cash compensation of three thousand four hundred dollars 3400 (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1934: June 30, 1934 Trimble, T. H., to give instruction in English, on one-half time, in the Summer Session of 1934, beginning June 18, and ending August I I , 1934, at a cash compensation of one hundred twenty-five dol... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1934: June 30, 1934 Zilly, Marie Louise, Teacher in the University High School in the Summer Session of 1934, beginning June 18, and ending August 11, 1934, at a cash compensation of one hundred twenty dollars twenty-fi... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1934: June 30, 1934 ,I934J UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 17 Zilly, Marie Louise, Teacher in the University High School, on three-fifths time, for ten months beginning September 1, 1934, at a cash compensation of nine hundred d... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1934: ...e agreement executed as authorized by the Board of Trustees in its meeting July 11, 1934 Minutes, page 4 : Name American Dry Milk Institute Amount to be received by University i 700 Dale June 30, 1934 Purpose Investigation to study utilization by animals of calcium of whole milk and of liquid and dried skim milk and their values as sources of calcium in comparison with other nigh calcium foods. Ot... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1934: ...e Board on July 13,1932 Minutes, page 93 . On motion of Mr. Barr, these gifts were accepted. QUARTERLY REPORT O F T H E COMPTROLLER 35 The report of the Comptroller for the quarter ended June 30, 1934, a copy of which was sent to each member of the Board on August 8. This report was received for record. The Board considered the following matters which had been referred to its committees, and the r... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1934: ...f Mr. Trees, this recommendation was approved. A U D I T OF UNIVERSITY'S ACCOUNTS 22 A report from A r t h u r Andersen Co. of their audit of the University's accounts for the year ended June 30, 1934; also supplemental report on detailed examination of the accounts for the same period. T h e Secretary of the Board reports that copies of the complete report have been sent to members of the Board a... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1934: ...tter. r e p o r t w a s r e c e i v e d for r e c o r d . This REPORT ON STUDENT LOAN FUNDS 12 A special statistical report on the operation of the Student Loan Funds for the year ending June 30, 1934, prepared by the Bursar of the University, who is in charge of the administration of these loans, was sent to each member of the Finance Committee. This report calls attention to a loan of 75 made in... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1934: ...s of that Department. This income represents the excess receipts over the estimated receipts of the last fiscal year, on hand July 1, 1934, and the excess receipts which may accrue before June 30. I recommend approval. On motion of M r s . Freeman, this appropriation was made, by the following vote: Aye, Mr. Barr, Mr. Barrett, M r s . Freeman, M r . Mayer, Dr. Meyer, M r s . Plumb, M r . Pogue, M ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1934: ...come amount to 5,395,121, leaving an unapproved reserve of only 16,430 page 270 . Since all available funds of the University for the year 1934-35 were fully appropriated or encumbered at June 30 and no balance was carried forward to the succeeding year, this sum represents the entire contingent reserve of the University for the coming year. T h e distribution of the total budget for the coming ye... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1934: ...is fitting to record here the positions he held: Instructor in Philosophy, 1893-1895; Assistant Professor of Philosophy, 1895-1899; and Professor of Philosophy from September I, 1899, to June 30, 1934; Assistant Dean of the Graduate School, November I, 1918, to August 31, 1919; Acting Dean, September 1, 1919, to August 31, 1921; and Dean of the Graduate School, September 1, 1921, to July 10, 1933.... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1934: ...o August 31, 1928, and September 1, 1931, to July 10, 1933; Acting Provost of the University, December 13, 1927, to August 31, 1928. Acting President of the University, July 11, 1933, to June 30, 1934; Acting President, Dean of the Graduate School, and Professor of Philosophy, Emeritus, July I, 1934, to April 2, 1940. It is the lives and professional careers of men like Arthur Hill Daniels which g... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1934: ... K PLACER, B.S., 1939 DAVID PONITCH, B.S., 1944 WILLIAM DIDCOCT POSEGATE, B.S., 1934 ALFRED W A L T E R STREPEK, B.S., 1934 ROBERT L E E WALLACE, B.S., 1040 ,524 BOARD O F T K U S T E E S June 30 In J E A N - P A U L PICARD, B.S., 1944 Entomology JANET LORRAINE COOPER R A P P , B.S., N e w Jersey College for Women, 1943 W I L L I A M FREDERICK R A P P , J R . , B.S., R u t g e r s University, 1044... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1946)
  • 1934: ...andivcr, s.s. '25, is no longer in library work but is now .Irs. Summers. Mr. and Mrs. Summers are living at Andrews North rcn C rolina. ' Kitchel Florence Adkins, 1924-25, was married on June 30 1934 a t Grinnell, Iowa, to Mr. Oliver Ottis Hawk. Mrs. Hawk was formerly employed in the Public Library at Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Vivian G. Reynolds Boughter, 1924-25, is attending Columbia University Schoo... (UI Library School Alumni Newsletter - 21)
  • 1934: ...lic Library, Evansville, Indiana nH was recently married to Mr. Howard McMurtry. They are makinI'thlZ M P at Oakland City, Indiana. making their home Ehse Gathings, B.S. '30, was married June 30, 1934 to Mr. Franklin Duane Robinson, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Robinson are at' home i King' n Mansion Apartments, Jamaica, New York. Lucy C. Hart, B.S. '30, has just notified the Library School Off ,Alumni News L... (UI Library School Alumni Newsletter - 21)
  • 1935: ...d in the GenAssembly: Section I. The sum of twenty thousand dollars 20,000 , or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated to the University of Illinois for the biennium ending June 30, 1935, for the purpose of constructing buildings and maintaining the Agricultural Experimental Station in Cook County. Section 2. This appropriation is subject to the provisions of "An Act in relation to S... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1934)
  • 1935: ...udget' totals. Includes salaries listed under Physical Plant Department. Includes salaries listed under Administration and General Expense. 'Balance lapses into General University Income June 30, 1935. 'Estimated. ,566 BOARD OF TRUSTEES M a y 22 Salaries Other Prise Funds and Wages Expense Total Baker prize in civil engineering 100 100 Bryan prize for students' essays on government 50 50 English p... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1934)
  • 1935: ...0 NON-RECURRING APPROPRIATIONS 2 A recommendation that the following appropriations be made for special, nonrecurring purposes from the Reserve and Contingent Fund, to be available until June 30, 1935: 1. To the Physical Plant Department for second payment on contract for Lincoln Avenue storm sewer due on or before January 1,1935 see Minutes for October 21, 1932, pages 141 and 142 10 000 2. To the... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1934)
  • 1935: ...Mr. Blair, Mrs. Freeman, Mrs. Hopkins, Mr. Karraker, Dr. Meyer, Mr. Trees, Mr. Williams; no, none; absent, Mr. Armstrong, Mr. Horner. J Free balances lapse into General University Income June 30, 1935. 'Balance lapses into General University Income September 1, 1935. ,568 BOARD OF TRUSTEES M a y 22 CENTURY OF PROGRESS EXPOSITION, 1 9 3 4 3 A recommendation that an appropriation of 5200, or so much... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1934)
  • 1935: ...dation was approved. BUDGET OF THE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 13 The budget of the Athletic Association showing the estimated income and estimated expenses for the fiscal year July I, 1934, to June 30, 1935, and a financial statement estimated of the Association as of June 30, 1934. On motion of Mr. Barr, this budget was referred to the Finance Committee for study and report. AUTHORITY TO CONFER DEGREES... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1934)
  • 1935: ...t lands of which the lands on the Dixon Springs Station are representative. The memorandum is drawn to become effective June 1, I934 and to remain in effect during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1935, with provisions that it may be renewed from year to year thereafter at the option of the signatory parties. Such option shall be expressed in writing at least thirty days before this memorandum of u... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1935: ...ioo a month this supersedes her previous appointment . June 25. 1934 Bonnell, Ellis, Resident in Neuropsychiatry, in the College of Medicine, beginning July 1, 1934, and continuing until June 30, 1935, at a cash compensation of five hundred seventy dollars 570 plus maintenance, including board, room, and laundry, furnished by the State Department of Public Welfare . June 20, 1934 Broder, S. B., As... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1935: ... on the subject of poultry and eggs, the work to be done at the University under the direction of the Station. T h e agreement covers the period July 23, 1934 the date of acceptance , to June 30, 1935, and the Institute has agreed to pay the University 600 in quarterly installments to pay the salary of the research assistant. On motion of M r . Barrett, this agreement was approved. CONTRACT WITH T... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1935: ...wo thousand two hundred dollars 2200 a year. September 12, 1934 1 Ahlin, Constance K., Assistant in the Library School, on one-half time, beginning September 15,1934, and continuing until June 30,1935, at a cash compensation at the rate of sixty-eight dollars seventy cents 68.70 a month. September 15, 1934 Alexander, Martha S., University Graduate Stenographer in the School of Journalism, for one ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1935: ...tipend. August 10, 1934 Doty, J. R., Special Research Assistant in Chemistry, in the Graduate School, beginning September I, 1934, and continuing until further notice, but not later than June 30, 1935, at a cash compensation at the rate of two hundred dollars 20o a month. September 5, 1934 Doty, J. R., Special Research Assistant in Chemistry, beginning September 1, 1934, and continuing until furth... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1935: ...o hundred dollars 20o a month. September 5, 1934 Doty, J. R., Special Research Assistant in Chemistry, beginning September 1, 1934, and continuing until further notice but not later than June 30, 1935, at a cash compensation at the rate of two hundred twenty-five dollars 225 a month this supersedes his previous appointment . September 19, 1934 Duggleby, Esther Irene, Student Cataloger in the Libra... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1935: ...dred seventy dollars 570 . August 29, 1934 . Fitz-Gerald, Linda, Stenographer in the Department of Romance Languages, on one-half time, beginning September 17, 1934, and continuing until June 30, 1935, subject to the rules of the Civil Service Commission, at a cash compensation at the rate of forty-seven dollars fifty cents 47-5 a month. September 20, 1934 Flynn, Laura Mary, Research Assistant in ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1935: ... leave of absence for physical ,1934 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 51 disability at a total salary of 570.88 based on one-half of his annual rate of 801.28 , extending from October 12, 1934, to June 30, 1935. On motion of M r . K a r r a k e r , this leave was granted. PURCHASES 11 A recommendation that the following purchases be authorized: 1. Six hundred twenty-five tons crushed rock from Lehigh Stone ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1935: ...S FOR PURCHASE OF COAL 13 The Comptroller submits the following proposals received by the Purchasing Agent for the coal supply for the Power Plant at Urbana for the heating season ending June 30, 1935: SCHEDULE OF QUOTATIONS ON COAL Firm Name Brown Coal Co. Peabody Coal Co. Tilton Mining Co. Penwell Coal Mining Co. Pana Coal Co. Confolidated Coal Co. Sangamon Coal Co. Rice Miller Coal Corp. I 8c I... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1935: ...ation and tests of concrete arches and to complete similar investigations and tests previously undertaken under a similar agreement. This new agreement is to run from October 15, 1934, to June 30,1935, subject to renewal in the event the investigations provided for have not been completed, and the Bureau agrees to pay the University the sum of 300 to meet one-half of the expenses of this investiga... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1935: ... of, and extensions to, its property in Chicago: 1. That at the expiration of the current lease with the tenant occupying the property owned by the University at 1758 West Polk Street on June 30, 1935, the building be razed. 2. That the University and the State Department of Public Welfare jointly consider the acquisition of adjacent property for purposes of campus, recreational, and future expans... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1935: ... compensation at the rate of thirtyeight dollars 38 a month. March 5, 1935 Brown, George B., Assistant in Chemistry, on one-fourth time, beginning February 22, 1935, and continuing until June 30, 1935, at a cash compensation at the rate of twenty-eight dollars fifty cents 28.50 a month. February 27, J 93S Coolidge, Lyle J., Assistant in Farm Management, in Agricultural Economics, in the Agricultur... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1935: ... the rate of fifty-seven dollars 57 a month. February 27, 1935 Dixon, P. R., Assistant in Physical Education for Men, on one-third time, beginning February 21, 1935, and continuing until June 30, 1935, at a cash compensation at the rate of fifty-four dollars 54 a month. March 2, 1935 Dobry, L. F., Assistant in Chemistry, on one-fourth time, beginning February 22, 1935, and continuing until June 30... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1935: ... cash compensation at the rate of fifty-four dollars 54 a month. March 2, 1935 Dobry, L. F., Assistant in Chemistry, on one-fourth time, beginning February 22, 1935, and continuing until June 30, 1935, at a cash compensation at the rate of twenty-eight dollars fifty cents 28.50 a month. February 27, 1935 Heisig, Gladstone B., to give instruction in Inorganic Chemistry, in the Summer Session of 193... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1935: ...ensation of three hundred sixty-five dollars 365 for the session. March 2, 1935 Henry, R. E., Assistant in Chemistry, on one-third time, beginning February 22, 1935. and continuing until June 30, 1935, at a cash compensation at the rate of thirty-eight dollars 38 a month. February 27, 1935 Jackson, Ellen P., to give instruction in Library Science, on one-half time, in the Summer Session of 1935, b... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1935: ...d fifty dollars 150 for the session. February 27,193S . . , , . . , . . . Seifert, Ralph L., Assistant in Chemistry, on one-fourth time, beginning February 22, 1935, and continuing until June 30, 1935, at a cash compensation at the rate of twenty-eight dollars fifty cents 28.50 a month. February 27, IQ 35 Shipman, Emmet E., to give instruction in Zoology, on three-fifths time, in the Summer Sessio... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1935: ... compensation of six hundred dollars 600 for the session. March 8, 1935 Weinstoclc, Harry H., Assistant in Chemistry, on one-third time, beginning February 22, 1935, and continuing until June 30, 1935, at a cash compensation at the rate of thirty-eight dollars 38 a month. February 27, 1935 Whiteside, Eugene Perry, Assistant in Soil Physics and Soil Survey, in the Department of Agronomy, in the Agr... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1935: ...SITY PROPERTY AT 1 7 5 8 WEST POLK STREET, CHICAGO 8 Mr. Chester D. Speakman, lessee of the University property at 1758 West Polk Street, Chicago, wishes to renew his lease which expires June 30, 1935. There has been submitted to the Board a proposal that the three lots back of this property be purchased and the building demolished. Mr. Speakman's request was submitted to the Chairman of the Commi... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1935: ... N T FISCAL YEAR 23 Statements from the Comptroller showing the Contingent Fund assignments requested and the estimated balances in the State Appropriations and the General Reserve as at June 30, 1935. This report w a s received for record. REVISED OPERATING BUDGET FOR THE BIENNIUM 1 9 3 5 - 1 9 3 7 24 A revised operating budget for the biennium 1935-1937. It was the opinion of the Board that if m... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1935: ...get for biennium Funds: General Revenue F u n d : Interest on endowment fund Reappropriation of federal funds General appropriation Total Mill tax fund: Sales tax income Surplus in fund, June 30, 1935 Estimated old tax collections, 1935-1937 Total Total, State revenue funds University revolving fund appropriated Total 'Estimated; probable total, 2,765,316. 400 000 12 453 802 Proposed 64 100 4 010 ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1935: ... six hundred eighty-two dollars fifty cents 682.50 for the session. April 5, 1935 Krebs, R. W., Assistant in Chemistry, on one-half time, beginning March ' 9 , 93S a n d continuing until June 30, 1935, at a cash compensation at the rate of fifty-seven dollars 57 a month this supersedes his previous appointment . March 25, 1935 Levinthal, Daniel Harold, Assistant Professor of Orthopaedics, in the C... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1935: ...d the amount remaining in the Contingent F u n d See page 215 below . REAPPROPRIATION OF UNUSED BALANCES 12 A recommendation that the following estimated balances in certain funds, as of June 30, 1935, be reappropriated for the purposes indicated: ESTIMATED BALANCES AS OF J U N E 30, 1935 Self-supporting funds: Accountancy Committee Agricultural Extension Revolving Fund Dairy Creamery Entrance Exa... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1935: ... from this fund requested by the Board of Trustees, and the amounts allowed by the Governor, is submitted as a final report on the status of this fund. As this report shows, there was on June 30, 1935, an unassigned balance of 45,600 in this appropriation, and the total amount which lapsed unused is 49,934.96, the difference of 4,334.96 representing unused balances of the assignments made to the U... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1935: ... 109,117, to be available until June 30, 1936, for the following purposes: 1. Balance of appropriations totaling 89,800 made June 15, 1935 in excess of available funds for the year ended June 30, 1935 1 3 417 2. Replacement of the University intercommunicating telephone system 45 000 3. New fire truck to replace obsolete and inadequately equipped truck in use since 1918 10 000 4. Repairs, replacem... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1935: ...so authorized by the President of the University, ,ICJ35 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 359 REAPPROPRIATION OF UNEXPENDED BALANCES 7 A recommendation that the following balances, which lapsed on June 30, 1935, be reappropriated for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 1935: Agricultural Experiment Station Administration Library Bindery. Engineering Special Equipment Unassigned Fencing of University Woods Lan... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1935: ...or the employment of a special part-time research assistant to review and abstract certain scientific literature bearing on the subject of poultry and eggs, be extended for one year from June 30, 1935. American Dry Milk Institute, Incorporated, for a cooperative investigation to study the utilization by animals of the calcium of whole milk and of liquid and dried skim milk and their values as sour... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1935: ...as of this date is 25,919.92; you are hereby advised that from the Liquidating Agent for the Trustees I obtained the enclosed statement showing the condition obtaining as of the close of June 30, 1935: There are unpaid approximately 690,000.00 of the sums represented by participation certificates. Of the assets and classifications by the trustees: Cash Good Doubtful Considered worthless 35 414 88 ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1935: ...unsel. On motion of Mr. Karraker, this recommendation was adopted. ,1935 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 381 QUARTERLY REPORT OF T H E COMPTROLLER 42 The quarterly report of the Comptroller as at June 30, 1935. The Comptroller will present personally a summary of this report showing the financial condition of the University at the end of the fiscal year. This report was received for record. GIFTS TO THE UN... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1935: ...ond semester of the academic year 1934-35 cancellation effective February I, 1935. Rozendal, Hendrine, Library Assistant in the Periodical Department of the Library resignation effective June 30, 1935. Selicovitz, M r s . Fannie W., Typist in the Department of Agronomy, in the College of Agriculture resignation effective June I, 1935. , 935 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 385 Shroyer, Mary, Cooperating Tea... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1935: ...none; absent, Mr. Horner, Mr. Karraker, Mr. Wieland. REAPPROPRIATION OF INDUSTRIAL AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH F U N D n By action of the Board of Trustees the estimated balance of 1,600 as of June 30, 1935, in the Industrial Agricultural Research Fund was reappropriated until September 30, 1935. This fund has been carried forward from year to year in the past, and I recommend, therefore, that the balan... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1935: ... from B r o a d w a l k to Goodwin Avenue Goodwin Avenue from Gregory Drive to Nevada Street. TREASURER'S REPORT The Secretary presented also for record the report of the Treasurer as at June 30, 1935, accompanied by certificates of deposit from the First National Bank of Chicago showing the General Fund as 306,925.97 and the F.E.R.A. Fund as 6,008.30. STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS FRANK... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1935: ...ic Association as submitted to the Board July 26 and approved September 28, 1935: Stadium Repairs: Original Amount Shown in Budget for 1934-35 Special Appropriation Amount Expended as of June 30, 1935 Balance Turnstiles New Tennis Courts Band Donation Special Police to Stop Drinking at Football Games Transportation Minor Sports Refunds to Students in Block " I " Ushering Stenographer for Publicity... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1935: ...oximately 106. On motion of Mr. Barrett, the sale of these bonds was authorized. AUDIT OF UNIVERSITY ACCOUNTS 16 The report of the audit of the University's accounts for ihe year end inn June 30, 1935, has been submitted by Arthur Andersen Co., and copies of it have been sent to the members of the Board. This report was received for record. LEAVE OF ABSENCE FOR DEAN C. M. THOMPSON 17 A request fro... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1935: ...HORTICULTURE 5 A request from the Department of Horticulture that unassigned income in the amount of 1,866.70, accruing to that Department and carried forward from the fiscal year ending June 30, 1935, be appropriated for the following purposes: One Dodge pick-up truck 489 00 One Dodge platform truck 730 00 One McCormick-Deering tractor 647 70 Total 1866 70 I recommend approval. On motion of M r .... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1935: ... cooperative investigation with the Corn Products Refining Company for a continuation of the study on the use of cerelose in the manufacture of ice cream. The original agreement approved June 30, 1935, Minutes, page 225 expired on December 31, 1935, and has been extended for a period of six months ending on June 30, 1936. The Company has agreed to contribute an additional 1,200 for a continuation ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1935: ...r future. I recommend that an appropriation of 6,185.38 be made from the General Keserve Fund of the University to cover this improvement, payment to be made ;it such time between now and June 30 as funds of the University permit. On motion of Mr. Barrett, this appropriation was made, by the following vote: Aye, Mr. Barrett, Mrs. Freeman, Mr. Karraker, Mr. Mayer, Mrs. Plumb, Mr. Pogue, Mr. William... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1935: ...s less than the amounts provided in the budget, the unused balance will lapse at that time. Appropriations for Expense and Equipment are available for one year beginning July 1 and ending June 30. These appropriations are based on an estimated distribution of expenditures according to the various budget classifications of "Office Expense, Travel, etc." Expenditures should be made in approximate ac... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1935: ...93 6 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 653 that an additional assignment of 500 be made from the State appropriation 20,000 for the biennium for the operation of the Station to cover expenditures to June 30. This latter assignment will, of course, reduce the amount available for the operation of this Station during 1936-1937 by 500. On motion of Mr. Barrett, this appropriation was made, by the following vote... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1935: ...versity Committee on Accident Compensation for Employees SUMMARY OF ACCIDENT C A S E S S E N T TO COURT OF CLAIMS Number of Amount cases Accidents occurring between January 25, 1933, and June 30, 1935 : 38 104286 Accidents occurring between July 1, 1935, and April 1, 1936 21 1 605 51 Claims not reviewed by University Committee but submitted direct by attorneys representing e m p l o y e e s . . . ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1935: ...t lands of which the lands on the Dixon Springs Station are representative. The memorandum is drawn to become effective June 1, I934 and to remain in effect during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1935, with provisions that it may be renewed from year to year thereafter at the option of the signatory parties. Such option shall be expressed in writing at least thirty days before this memorandum of u... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1935: ...ioo a month this supersedes her previous appointment . June 25. 1934 Bonnell, Ellis, Resident in Neuropsychiatry, in the College of Medicine, beginning July 1, 1934, and continuing until June 30, 1935, at a cash compensation of five hundred seventy dollars 570 plus maintenance, including board, room, and laundry, furnished by the State Department of Public Welfare . June 20, 1934 Broder, S. B., As... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1935: ... on the subject of poultry and eggs, the work to be done at the University under the direction of the Station. T h e agreement covers the period July 23, 1934 the date of acceptance , to June 30, 1935, and the Institute has agreed to pay the University 600 in quarterly installments to pay the salary of the research assistant. O n m o t i o n of M r . B a r r e t t , t h i s a g r e e m e n t w a s... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1935: ...wo thousand two hundred dollars 2200 a year. September 12, 1934 1 Ahlin, Constance K., Assistant in the Library School, on one-half time, beginning September 15,1934, and continuing until June 30,1935, a t a cash compensation a t the rate of sixty-eight dollars seventy cents 68.70 a month. September 15, 1934 Alexander, Martha S., University Graduate Stenographer in t h e School of Journalism, for ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1935: ...tipend. August 10, 1934 Doty, J. R., Special Research Assistant in Chemistry, in the Graduate School, beginning September I, 1934, and continuing until further notice, but not later than June 30, 1935, a t a cash compensation a t the rate of two hundred dollars 20o a month. September 5, 1934 Doty, J. R., Special Research Assistant in Chemistry, beginning September 1, 1934, and continuing until fur... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1935: ...o hundred dollars 20o a month. September 5, 1934 Doty, J. R., Special Research Assistant in Chemistry, beginning September 1, 1934, and continuing until further notice but not later than June 30, 1935, a t a cash compensation a t the rate of two hundred twenty-five dollars 225 a month this supersedes his previous appointment . September 19, 1934 Duggleby, Esther Irene, Student Cataloger in the Lib... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1935: ...dred seventy dollars 570 . August 29, 1934 . Fitz-Gerald, Linda, Stenographer in the Department of Romance Languages, on one-half time, beginning September 17, 1934, and continuing until June 30, 1935, subject to the rules of the Civil Service Commission, at a cash compensation a t the rate of forty-seven dollars fifty cents 47-5 a month. September 20, 1934 Flynn, Laura Mary, Research Assistant in... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1935: ... leave of absence for physical ,1934 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 51 disability at a total salary of 570.88 based on one-half of his annual rate of 801.28 , extending from October 12, 1934, to June 30, 1935. O n motion of M r . K a r r a k e r , this leave was granted. PURCHASES 11 A recommendation that the following purchases be authorized: 1. Six hundred twenty-five tons crushed rock from Lehigh Stone... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1935: ...S FOR PURCHASE OF COAL 13 The Comptroller submits the following proposals received by the Purchasing Agent for the coal supply for the Power Plant at Urbana for the heating season ending June 30, 1935: SCHEDULE OF QUOTATIONS ON COAL Firm Name Brown Coal Co. Peabody Coal Co. Tilton Mining Co. Penwell Coal Mining Co. Pana Coal Co. Confolidated Coal Co. Sangamon Coal Co. Rice Miller Coal Corp. I 8c I... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1935: ...ation and tests of concrete arches and to complete similar investigations and tests previously undertaken under a similar agreement. This new agreement is to run from October 15, 1934, to June 30,1935, subject to renewal in the event the investigations provided for have not been completed, and the Bureau agrees to pay the University the sum of 300 to meet one-half of the expenses of this investiga... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1935: ... of, and extensions to, its property in Chicago: 1. That at the expiration of the current lease with the tenant occupying the property owned by the University at 1758 West Polk Street on June 30, 1935, the building be razed. 2. That the University and the State Department of Public Welfare jointly consider the acquisition of adjacent property for purposes of campus, recreational, and future expans... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1935: ... compensation at the rate of thirtyeight dollars 38 a month. March 5, 1935 Brown, George B., Assistant in Chemistry, on one-fourth time, beginning February 22, 1935, and continuing until June 30, 1935, at a cash compensation at the rate of twenty-eight dollars fifty cents 28.50 a month. February 27, J 93S Coolidge, Lyle J., Assistant in Farm Management, in Agricultural Economics, in the Agricultur... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1935: ... the rate of fifty-seven dollars 57 a month. February 27, 1935 Dixon, P. R., Assistant in Physical Education for Men, on one-third time, beginning February 21, 1935, and continuing until June 30, 1935, at a cash compensation at the rate of fifty-four dollars 54 a month. March 2, 1935 Dobry, L. F., Assistant in Chemistry, on one-fourth time, beginning February 22, 1935, and continuing until June 30... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1935: ... cash compensation at the rate of fifty-four dollars 54 a month. March 2, 1935 Dobry, L. F., Assistant in Chemistry, on one-fourth time, beginning February 22, 1935, and continuing until June 30, 1935, at a cash compensation at the rate of twenty-eight dollars fifty cents 28.50 a month. February 27, 1935 Heisig, Gladstone B., to give instruction in Inorganic Chemistry, in the Summer Session of 193... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1935: ...ensation of three hundred sixty-five dollars 365 for the session. March 2, 1935 Henry, R. E., Assistant in Chemistry, on one-third time, beginning February 22, 1935. and continuing until June 30, 1935, at a cash compensation at the rate of thirty-eight dollars 38 a month. February 27, 1935 Jackson, Ellen P., to give instruction in Library Science, on one-half time, in the Summer Session of 1935, b... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1935: ...d fifty dollars 150 for the session. February 27,193S . . , , . . , . . . Seifert, Ralph L., Assistant in Chemistry, on one-fourth time, beginning February 22, 1935, and continuing until June 30, 1935, at a cash compensation at the rate of twenty-eight dollars fifty cents 28.50 a month. February 27, IQ 35 Shipman, Emmet E., to give instruction in Zoology, on three-fifths time, in the Summer Sessio... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1935: ... compensation of six hundred dollars 600 for the session. March 8, 1935 Weinstoclc, Harry H., Assistant in Chemistry, on one-third time, beginning February 22, 1935, and continuing until June 30, 1935, at a cash compensation at the rate of thirty-eight dollars 38 a month. February 27, 1935 Whiteside, Eugene Perry, Assistant in Soil Physics and Soil Survey, in the Department of Agronomy, in the Agr... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1935: ...SITY PROPERTY AT 1 7 5 8 WEST POLK STREET, CHICAGO 8 Mr. Chester D. Speakman, lessee of the University property at 1758 West Polk Street, Chicago, wishes to renew his lease which expires June 30, 1935. There has been submitted to the Board a proposal that the three lots back of this property be purchased and the building demolished. Mr. Speakman's request was submitted to the Chairman of the Commi... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1935: ... N T FISCAL YEAR 23 Statements from the Comptroller showing the Contingent Fund assignments requested and the estimated balances in the State Appropriations and the General Reserve as at June 30, 1935. This report w a s received for record. REVISED OPERATING BUDGET FOR THE BIENNIUM 1 9 3 5 - 1 9 3 7 24 A revised operating budget for the biennium 1935-1937. It was the opinion of the Board that if m... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1935: ...get for biennium Funds: General Revenue F u n d : Interest on endowment fund Reappropriation of federal funds General appropriation Total Mill tax fund: Sales tax income Surplus in fund, June 30, 1935 Estimated old tax collections, 1935-1937 Total Total, State revenue funds University revolving fund appropriated Total 'Estimated; probable total, 2,765,316. 400 000 12 453 802 Proposed 64 100 4 010 ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1935: ... six hundred eighty-two dollars fifty cents 682.50 for the session. April 5, 1935 Krebs, R. W., Assistant in Chemistry, on one-half time, beginning March ' 9 , 93S a n d continuing until June 30, 1935, at a cash compensation at the rate of fifty-seven dollars 57 a month this supersedes his previous appointment . March 25, 1935 Levinthal, Daniel Harold, Assistant Professor of Orthopaedics, in the C... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1935: ...i n i n g in t h e Contingent F u n d S e e p a g e 2 1 5 b e l o w . REAPPROPRIATION OF UNUSED BALANCES 12 A recommendation that the following estimated balances in certain funds, as of June 30, 1935, be reappropriated for the purposes indicated: ESTIMATED BALANCES AS OF J U N E 30, 1935 Self-supporting funds: Accountancy Committee Agricultural Extension Revolving Fund Dairy Creamery Entrance Exa... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1935: ... from this fund requested by the Board of Trustees, and the amounts allowed by the Governor, is submitted as a final report on the status of this fund. As this report shows, there was on June 30, 1935, an unassigned balance of 45,600 in this appropriation, and the total amount which lapsed unused is 49,934.96, the difference of 4,334.96 representing unused balances of the assignments made to the U... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1935: ... 109,117, to be available until June 30, 1936, for the following purposes: 1. Balance of appropriations totaling 89,800 made June 15, 1935 in excess of available funds for the year ended June 30, 1935 1 3 417 2. Replacement of the University intercommunicating telephone system 45 000 3. New fire truck to replace obsolete and inadequately equipped truck in use since 1918 10 000 4. Repairs, replacem... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1935: ...so authorized by the President of the University, ,ICJ35 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 359 REAPPROPRIATION OF UNEXPENDED BALANCES 7 A recommendation that the following balances, which lapsed on June 30, 1935, be reappropriated for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 1935: Agricultural Experiment Station Administration Library Bindery. Engineering Special Equipment Unassigned Fencing of University Woods Lan... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1935: ...or the employment of a special part-time research assistant to review and abstract certain scientific literature bearing on the subject of poultry and eggs, be extended for one year from June 30, 1935. American Dry Milk Institute, Incorporated, for a cooperative investigation to study the utilization by animals of the calcium of whole milk and of liquid and dried skim milk and their values as sour... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1935: ...as of this date is 25,919.92; you are hereby advised that from the Liquidating Agent for the Trustees I obtained the enclosed statement showing the condition obtaining as of the close of June 30, 1935: There are unpaid approximately 690,000.00 of the sums represented by participation certificates. Of the assets and classifications by the trustees: Cash Good Doubtful Considered worthless 35 414 88 ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1935: ...nsel. On motion of Mr. Karraker, this recommendation was adopted. ,1935 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 381 QUARTERLY REPORT O F T H E COMPTROLLER 42 The quarterly report of the Comptroller as at June 30, 1935. The Comptroller will present personally a summary of this report showing the financial condition of the University at the end of the fiscal year. This report was received for record. GIFTS TO THE UN... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1935: ...ond semester of the academic year 1934-35 cancellation effective February I, 1935. Rozendal, Hendrine, Library Assistant in the Periodical Department of the Library resignation effective June 30, 1935. Selicovitz, M r s . Fannie W., Typist in the Department of Agronomy, in the College of Agriculture resignation effective June I, 1935. , 935 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 385 Shroyer, Mary, Cooperating Tea... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1935: ...none; absent, Mr. Horner, Mr. Karraker, Mr. Wieland. REAPPROPRIATION OF INDUSTRIAL AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH F U N D n By action of the Board of Trustees the estimated balance of 1,600 as of June 30, 1935, in the Industrial Agricultural Research Fund was reappropriated until September 30, 1935. This fund has been carried forward from year to year in the past, and I recommend, therefore, that the balan... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1935: ...o a d w a l k to Goodwin Avenue Goodwin Avenue from G r e g o r y D r i v e to Nevada Street. TREASURER'S REPORT The Secretary presented also for record the report of the Treasurer as at June 30, 1935, accompanied by certificates of deposit from the First National Bank of Chicago showing the General Fund as 306,925.97 and the F.E.R.A. Fund as 6,008.30. STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS FRANK... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1935: ...ic Association as submitted to the Board July 26 and approved September 28, 1935: Stadium Repairs: Original Amount Shown in Budget for 1934-35 Special Appropriation Amount Expended as of June 30, 1935 Balance Turnstiles New Tennis Courts Band Donation Special Police to Stop Drinking at Football Games Transportation Minor Sports Refunds to Students in Block " I " Ushering Stenographer for Publicity... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1935: ...oximately 106. On motion of Mr. Barrett, the sale of these bonds was authorized. AUDIT OF UNIVERSITY ACCOUNTS 16 The report of the audit of the University's accounts for ihe year end inn June 30, 1935, has been submitted by Arthur Andersen Co., and copies of it have been sent to the members of the Board. This report was received for record. LEAVE OF ABSENCE FOR DEAN C. M. THOMPSON 17 A request fro... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1935: ...HORTICULTURE 5 A request from the Department of Horticulture that unassigned income in the amount of 1,866.70, accruing to that Department and carried forward from the fiscal year ending June 30, 1935, be appropriated for the following purposes: One Dodge pick-up truck 489 00 One Dodge platform truck 730 00 One McCormick-Deering tractor 647 70 Total 1866 70 I recommend approval. On motion of M r .... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1935: ... cooperative investigation with the Corn Products Refining Company for a continuation of the study on the use of cerelose in the manufacture of ice cream. The original agreement approved June 30, 1935, Minutes, page 225 expired on December 31, 1935, and has been extended for a period of six months ending on June 30, 1936. The Company has agreed to contribute an additional 1,200 for a continuation ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1935: ...r future. I recommend that an appropriation of 6,185.38 be made from the General Keserve Fund of the University to cover this improvement, payment to be made ;it such time between now and June 30 as funds of the University permit. On motion of Mr. Barrett, this appropriation was made, by the following vote: Aye, Mr. Barrett, Mrs. Freeman, Mr. Karraker, Mr. Mayer, Mrs. Plumb, Mr. Pogue, Mr. William... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1935: ...s less than the amounts provided in the budget, the unused balance will lapse at that time. Appropriations for Expense and Equipment are available for one year beginning July 1 and ending June 30. These appropriations are based on an estimated distribution of expenditures according to the various budget classifications of "Office Expense, Travel, etc." Expenditures should be made in approximate ac... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1935: ...93 6 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 653 that an additional assignment of 500 be made from the State appropriation 20,000 for the biennium for the operation of the Station to cover expenditures to June 30. This latter assignment will, of course, reduce the amount available for the operation of this Station during 1936-1937 by 500. On motion of Mr. Barrett, this appropriation was made, by the following vote... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1936: ...ing quarters, board, and personal laundry, while on duty. To be paid from the operating incomes of the Halls; not included in budget totals. Balance lapses into General University Income June 30, 1936. 'Includes salaries listed under Physical Plant Department. "Includes salaries listed under Administration and General Expense. ,1935 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 355 EXPENDABLE ENDOWMENT INCOME AND GIFT F... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1936: ...of Mr. Barrett, this appropriation was made as recommended, by the following vote: Aye, Mr. Barrett, Mrs. Freeman, Mr. 'Credit Balance. Free balances lapse into General University Income June 30, 1936. Balances lapse into General "University Income September 1, 1936. ,1935 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 357 Mr. Karraker, Mr. Mayer, Dr. Meyer, Mrs. Plumb, Mr. Pogue, Wieland, M r . W i l l i a m s ; no, n o... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1936: ...aracter. I recommend that there be appropriated from the funds provided for this purpose from the State biennial appropriation to the University the sum of 109,117, to be available until June 30, 1936, for the following purposes: 1. Balance of appropriations totaling 89,800 made June 15, 1935 in excess of available funds for the year ended June 30, 1935 1 3 417 2. Replacement of the University int... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1936: ... was confirmed. BUDGET OF THE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 12 A report that the budget of the Athletic Association, showing the estimated income and expenses for the fiscal year July 1, 1935, to June 30, 1936, has been submitted to the Finance Committee for study and report. This report was received for record. RETIREMENT OF MEMBERS OF THE STAFF 13 A report that the following members of the staff will ret... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1936: ...tember 30, 1935. This fund has been carried forward from year to year in the past, and I recommend, therefore, that the balance in this fund be reappropriated and be made available until June 30, 1936. On motion of Mr. Barrett, this appropriation was made, by the following vote: Aye, Mr. Barr, Mr. Barrett, Mrs. Freeman, Mr. Mayer, Dr. Meyer, Mrs. Plumb, Mr. Pogue, Mr. Williams; no, none; absent, M... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1936: ...nth this supersedes his previous appointment . October 2, 1935 Beamer, P a r k e r Reynolds, Assistant in Bacteriology, on one-half time, beginning October 15, 1935, and continuing until June 30, 1936, at a cash compensation at the rate of sixty dollars 60 a month. October 24, 1935 Beckwith, Merton Monroe, Assistant in Chemistry, on one-half time, for ten months beginning September 1, 1935, at a c... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1936: ...ousand nine hundred dollars 1900 this supersedes her previous appointment . October 3, 1935 Dolk, Lester Charles, Assistant in English, beginning September 23, 1935, and continuing until June 30, 1936, at a cash compensation at the rate of one hundred fifty-five dollars ninety cents 155.90 a month this supersedes his previous appointment . October 2, 1935 Doster, Agnes Mary, Instructor in Home Eco... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1936: ... of forty dollars 40 a month. October 2, 1935 Glickman, Nathaniel, Assistant in Physiology, in the College of Medicine, on one-half time, beginning October 14, 1935, and continuing until June 30, 1936, at a cash compensation at the rate of fifty dollars 50 a month. October 17, 1935 Goodman, E. Frank, Instructor in Surgery, in the College of Medicine, for eleven months beginning October I, 1935, wi... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1936: ...ng October 15, 1935, and continuing until August 31, 1936, without salary. October 15, 1935 Hamilton, John Allen, Assistant in English, beginning September 23, 1935, and continuing until June 30, 1936, at a cash compensation at the rate of one hundred fifty-five dollars ninety cents 155.90 a month this supersedes his previous appointment . October 2, 1935 Hansen, Lydia Elvira, Stenographer in the ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1936: ...ng September I, 1935, at a cash compensation of four hundred dollars 400 . October 2, 1935 Martin, Mildred Alice, Assistant in English, beginning September 25, 1935, and continuing until June 30, 1936, at a cash compensation at the rate of one hundred fifty dollars 150 a month this supersedes her previous appointment . October 2, 193S Mason, H e r m a n Charles, Assistant in Pathology and Bacterio... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1936: ...October I, I935 at a cash compensation at the rate of sixty dollars 60 a month. October I, 1935 Owen, John Isaac, Assistant in English, beginning September 25, 1935, and continuing until June 30, 1936, at a cash compensation at the rate of one hundred sixty-two dollars ten cents 162.10 a month this supersedes his previous appointment . October 2, 1935 Ramser, Marie Louese, Secretary to the Dean of... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1936: ...35-36, at a cash compensation at the rate of thirty dollars 30 a month. October 2, 1935 Stutzman, Dories Camille, Assistant in English, beginning September 25, 1935, and continuing until June 30, 1936, at a cash compensation at the rate of one hundred fifty-five dollars ninety cents 155.90 a month this supersedes her previous appointment . October 2, 1935 Teal, Ray Holt, Assistant in F a r m Manag... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1936: ...rs 85 a month this supersedes her previous appointment . November 7, 1935 Hudson, Phil G., Assistant in Economics, on three-fourths time, beginning October 21, 1935, and continuing until June 30, 1936, at a cash compensation at the rate of one hundred five dollars 105 a month this supersedes his previous appointment . November 1, 1935 Kolloff, H. G., Assistant in Chemistry, on one-half time, begin... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1936: ... eighty-three dollars thirty-three cents 183.33 a month. November 6, 1935 Stalnaker, C. C, Assistant in Economics, on three-fourths time, beginning October 21, 1935, and continuing until June 30, 1936, at a cash compensation at the rate of one hundred five dollars 105 a month this supersedes his previous appointment . November I, 1935 Turney, M. C, Assistant in Economics, on one-half time, beginni... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1936: ...e dollars 105 a month this supersedes his previous appointment . November I, 1935 Turney, M. C, Assistant in Economics, on one-half time, beginning October 21, 1935, and continuing until June 30, 1936, at a cash compensation at the rate of seventy dollars 70 a month. November 4, 1935 Wascher, H e r m a n , Assistant Chief in Soil Survey, in the Agricultural E x periment Station, for nine months be... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1936: ...ppointment . November 12, 1935 Young, Mrs. Marion Buck, Assistant in H o m e Accounts, in the College of Agriculture, on' one-half time, beginning November 20, 1935, and continuing until June 30, 1936, at a cash compensation at the rate of sixty dollars 60 a month. November 18, 1935 The Board adjourned. H. E. CUNNINGHAM WALTER W. WILLIAMS Secretary President ,This Page Intentionally Left Blank ,ME... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1936: ...ecial Research Assistant in Civil Engineering, in the Engineering Experiment Station, on one-half time, beginning January 1, 1936, and continuing until further notice, but not later than June 30, 1936, at a cash compensation at the rate of one hundred dollars 100 a month. January 8, 1936 Swinehart, Cecil, University Junior Accountant in the Business Office, for eight months beginning January I, 19... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1936: ...in the manufacture of ice cream. The original agreement approved June 30, 1935, Minutes, page 225 expired on December 31, 1935, and has been extended for a period of six months ending on June 30, 1936. The Company has agreed to contribute an additional 1,200 for a continuation of this work. This report was received for record. COOPERATION W I T H TENNESSEE VALLEY AUTHORITY IN PHOSPHATE DEMONSTRATI... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1936: ...f a p p o i n t m e n t s m a d e b y the President of the University. Black, Charles Theodore, Assistant in Zoology, on one-fourth time, beginning February 4, 1936, and continuing until June 30, 1936, at a cash compensation at the rate of thirty dollars 30 a month. February 8, 1936 ' Brown, Walter Howard, Assistant in Botany, on one-half time, for five months beginning February 1, 1936, at a cash... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1936: ...ompensation at the rate of thirty dollars 30 a month. February 7, 1936 Peppel, William J., Assistant in Chemistry, on one-fourth time, beginning February 17, 1936, and continuing through June 30, 1936, at a cash compensation at the rate of thirty dollars 30 a month. February 19, 1936 Richman, Samuel H., Instructor in Roentgenology, in the College of Medicine, beginning February 14, 1936, and conti... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1936: ...ty dollars 40 a month. February 7, 1936 Severens, James Madison, Assistant in Animal Genetics, in the Agricultural Experiment Station, beginning February 10, 1936, and continuing through June 30, 1936, at a cash compensation at the rate of one hundred twenty-five dollars 125 a month. February 7, 1936 Silander, Janna Mae, Assistant in H o m e Economics, in the College of Agriculture, on one-fifth t... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1936: ...ary 1, 1936, without salary. February . 1936 Terry, Henrietta, Teacher of Mathematics in the University High School, on four-fifths time, beginning February 5, J936, and continuing until June 30, 1936, at a cash compensation at the rate of one hundred ten dollars 110 a month this supersedes her previous appointment . February 14, 1936 Thomas, F r a n k P., Special Research Assistant in Civil Engin... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1936: ...e second semester of the academic year 1935-36, without salary. March 3, 1936 Marberry, William M., Assistant in Botany, on one-fourth time, beginning March 2, 1936, and continuing until June 30, 1936, at a cash compensation at the rate of thirty dollars 30 a month. March 4, 1936 Middleton, Margaret, Assistant in Botany, on one-half time, beginning March 2, 1936, and continuing until June 30, 1936... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1936: ..., at a cash compensation at the rate of thirty dollars 30 a month. March 4, 1936 Middleton, Margaret, Assistant in Botany, on one-half time, beginning March 2, 1936, and continuing until June 30, 1936, at a cash compensation at the rate of sixty dollars 60 a month this supersedes her previous appointm e n t . March 4, 1936 Moyer, Lester, Cooperating Teacher in the University High School, for the s... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1936: ..., for five months beginning April I, 1936, without salary. April 4, 1936 Fischer, Victor Nathaniel, Assistant in Geology, on one-half time, beginning March 15, 1936, and continuing until June 30, 1936, at a cash compensation at the rate of sixty dollars 60 a month. March 18, 1936 Fisher, Mrs. Ruth, Cooperating Teacher in the University High School, for the second semester of the academic year 1935... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1936: ... second semester of the academic year 1935-36, without salary. March 13, 1936 Hanke, Albert R., Assistant in Chemistry, on one-half time, beginning March 15, 1936, and continuing through June 30, 1936, at a cash compensation at the rate of sixty dollars 60 a month. March 24, 1936 Hazlet, Stewart E., to give instruction in Organic Chemistry, in the Summer Session of 1936, beginning June 15, 1936, a... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1936: ...ar over income ,i93 6 l UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 757 for the year to the amount of 14,748. Resources available to meet this excess consist of an estimated operating surplus of 43,127 as of June 30, 1936. The expenses of sports other than football are approximately the same as for the present year. Football expense other than salaries is being decreased about 22 per cent due mainly to savings in trav... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1936: ...r. On recommendation of Mr. Barrett, this recommendation was approved. REAPPROPRIATION OF UNUSED BALANCES 2 A recommendation that the following estimated balances in certain funds, as of June 30, 1936, be reappropriated for the purposes indicated for the fiscal year beginning July I, 1936: UNEXPENDED BALANCES REAPPROPRIATED AS OF J U L Y I, 1936 Self-supporting funds: Accountancy Committee Dairy C... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1936: ...istant in Geology resignation effective September 1, 1936. Bedinger, Paul L., Resident in Pathology, in the Department of Pathology, Bacteriology, and Public Health resignation effective June 30, 1936. Brown, F e m e , University Junior Stenographer in the Physical Plant Department resignation effective May 2, 1936. Bumstead, C. H., Assistant in Psychology declination effective September 1, 1936. ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1936: ...been made by the Board therefor, as evidenced by its records, and after having been approved and recorded by the Comptroller. All appropriations shall lapse at the end of the fiscal year, June 30, unless otherwise especially ordered. ,594 BOARD OF TRUSTEES M a r c h 10 2 Purchases shall be made on the basis of competitive prices wherever practicable, quality, suitability, and service considered. P... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1936: ...s less than the amounts provided in the budget, the unused balance will lapse at that time. Appropriations for Expense and Equipment are available for one year beginning July 1 and ending June 30. These appropriations are based on an estimated distribution of expenditures according to the various budget classifications of "Office Expense, Travel, etc." Expenditures should be made in approximate ac... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1936: ...nnual replacement of Federal Extension cars, from the E. V. Kirby Motor Company, at a cost of 2,062.18. Reason for emergency: This purchase was made from Federal funds which will lapse on June 30 and payment must have been completed by that time. 4. Twenty vacuum type cadillac condensation meters from the American District Steam Company, Chicago, the low bidder, at a price of 1478.30 f.o.b. Urbana... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1936: June 30, 1936 Bain, Byford W., Assistant in Agricultural Economics Extension, in the Agricultural Extension Service, for one year beginning September 1, 1936, at a cash compensation of one thousand five hundred do... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1936: June 30, 1936 Blom, Bernhard, Assistant in Animal Genetics, in the Department of Animal Husbandry, in the Agricultural Experiment Station, on one-half time, for one year beginning September 1, 1936, at a cash comp... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1936: June 30, 1936 Bushart, Roy Ralston, Assistant in Romance Languages, on three-fourths time, for ten months beginning September 1, 1936, at a cash compensation of nine hundred dollars 900 this supersedes his previou... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1936: June 30, 1936 'The date in parenthesis is the date on which the appointment was made by the President of the University. ,1936 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 17 Cook, Maurice DeLap, Assistant in Animal Pathology, in the D... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1936: June 30, 1936 Dismukes, William Paul, Instructor in Romance Languages, for ten months beginning September 1, 1936, at a cash compensation of one thousand six hundred fifty dollars 1,650 this supersedes his previou... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1936: June 30, 1936 Ebey, Deane Roy, Assistant in Chemistry, on one-third time for ten months beginning September I, 1936, at a cash compensation of four hundred dollars 400 (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1936: June 30, 1936 Flores, Joseph S., Assistant in Romance Languages, on three-fourths time, for ten months beginning September 1, 1936, at a cash compensation of nine hundred dollars 900 this supersedes his previous a... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1936: June 30, 1936 LaSage, Laurence Ward, Assistant in Romance Languages, on one-half time, for ten months beginning September 1, 1936, at a cash compensation of six hundred dollars 600 (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1936: June 30, 1936 Liles, John Lemley, Jr., Assistant in Agricultural Economics, in the Agricultural Experiment Station, on one-half time, for ten months beginning September 1, 1936, at a cash compensation of six hundr... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1936: June 30, 1936 Maack, Arthur Charles, Assistant in Dairy Manufactures, in the College of Agriculture and in the Agricultural Experiment Station, on one-half time for one year beginning September 1, 1936, at a cash ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1936: June 30, 1936 Marklein, Bernard Charles, to give instruction in Analytical Chemistry, on one-half time, in the Summer Session of 1936, beginning June 15, 1936, and ending August 8, 1936, at a cash compensation of ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1936: June 30, 1936 Murphy, Iva Glene, Assistant in Medicine, in the College of Medicine, for one year beginning July I, 1936, without salary (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1936: June 30, 1936 Paul, Mrs. Eva Ostema, University Junior Stenographer in the Physical Plant Department, beginning July 9, 1936, and continuing through August 31, 1936, subject to the rules of the Civil Service Commi... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1936: June 30, 1936 Pearson, Donald Emanual, Assistant in Chemistry, on one-half time, for ten months beginning September 1, 1936, at a cash compensation of six hundred dollars 600 (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1936: June 30, 1936 Poe, Waldo Cecil, Assistant in Zoology, on one-fourth time, for ten months beginning September 1, 1936, at a cash compensation of three hundred dollars 300 (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1936: June 30, 1936 Scott, Harold Martin, Associate in Poultry Husbandry, in the Department of Animal Husbandry, in the College of Agriculture, and in the Agricultural Experiment Station, on one-half time, for one year ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1936: June 30, 1936 Soderwall, Arnold Larson, Assistant in Zoology, on one-fourth time, for ten months beginning September I, 1936, at a cash compensation of three hundred dollars 300 (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1936: June 30, 1936 omitting duplex shade equipment for room 251 Research Bldg. Net Credit Note: It is understood that curtains for the door in room 610 and for rooms 227 and 228 will be furnished as indicated in the Su... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1936: ...ower and Light Corporation Walter Ingstrup Company Kewaunee Manufacturing Company James L. Lyon Company Otis Elevator Company Watson Engineering Company Date August 14, 1936 May 37, 1936 June 30, 1936 August 7, 1936 July 1, 1936 August 24, 1936 July 1, 1936 Amount 8 387 00 Purpose General contract work. Scale House Electric service agreement for Station WILL three years from August 15, 1936 Painti... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1936: ...possible. On motion of Mr. Barrett, this sale was authorized as recommended. QUARTERLY REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER 47 The quarterly report of the Comptroller to the Board of Trustees as of June 30, 1936. This report was received for record. ASSIGNMENT OF APPLICATION FOR PATENT COVERING IMPROVEMENT IN RECOVERY OF SULFUR DIOXIDE FROM AMMONIA S O L U T I O N S , CASE 1 48 T h e Secretary of the Board o... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1936: ...ority in a project to demonstrate the need of phosphorus in the growing of soil conservation and improvement crops on soils iow in phosphorus. The agreement covering this project expired June 30, 1936. The new agreement submitted by the Dean is for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1937, "and thereafter from year to year until terminated by notice in writing by either party to the other thirty days ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1936: ...March 10. 1937, copies of which were presented to the Governor and members of the joint budget subcommittee of the General Assembly, also on pages 15 to 19 of the Comptroller's Report of June 30, 1936. Copies of these documents are submitted as Exhibits A and B, 1 respectively. In further explanation of the relation of the Revolving Fund to the University's budget, the attached schedule Exhibit C ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1936: June 30, IQ 6 3 Blair, Robert Lee, Instructor in English, for ten months beginning September 1, 1936, at a cash compensation of one thousand five hundred dollars 1,500 this supersedes his previous appointment . J... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1936: ...e bill offered four amendments to make the Trustees' bill conform to his bill. These amendments were tabled by a vote of more than two to one, and the bill was passed without amendment on June 30 by a vote of 134 to o. On July 12 the Governor vetoed all of the items for buildings, totaling 650,000, including an addition to the Library, 350,000, Agricultural Laboratory Building and remodeling old q... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1936: ...ing quarters, board, and personal laundry, while on duty. To be paid from the operating incomes of the Halls; not included in budget totals. Balance lapses into General University Income June 30, 1936. 'Includes salaries listed under Physical Plant Department. "Includes salaries listed under Administration and General Expense. ,1935 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 355 EXPENDABLE ENDOWMENT INCOME AND GIFT F... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1936: ...of Mr. Barrett, this appropriation was made as recommended, by the following vote: Aye, Mr. Barrett, Mrs. Freeman, Mr. 'Credit Balance. Free balances lapse into General University Income June 30, 1936. Balances lapse into General "University Income September 1, 1936. ,1935 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 357 Mr. Karraker, Mr. Mayer, Dr. Meyer, Mrs. Plumb, Mr. Pogue, Wieland, M r . W i l l i a m s ; no, n o... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1936: ...aracter. I recommend that there be appropriated from the funds provided for this purpose from the State biennial appropriation to the University the sum of 109,117, to be available until June 30, 1936, for the following purposes: 1. Balance of appropriations totaling 89,800 made June 15, 1935 in excess of available funds for the year ended June 30, 1935 1 3 417 2. Replacement of the University int... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1936: ... was confirmed. BUDGET OF THE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 12 A report that the budget of the Athletic Association, showing the estimated income and expenses for the fiscal year July 1, 1935, to June 30, 1936, has been submitted to the Finance Committee for study and report. This report was received for record. RETIREMENT OF MEMBERS OF THE STAFF 13 A report that the following members of the staff will ret... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1936: ...tember 30, 1935. This fund has been carried forward from year to year in the past, and I recommend, therefore, that the balance in this fund be reappropriated and be made available until June 30, 1936. On motion of Mr. Barrett, this appropriation was made, by the following vote: Aye, Mr. Barr, Mr. Barrett, Mrs. Freeman, Mr. Mayer, Dr. Meyer, Mrs. Plumb, Mr. Pogue, Mr. Williams; no, none; absent, M... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1936: ...nth this supersedes his previous appointment . October 2, 1935 Beamer, P a r k e r Reynolds, Assistant in Bacteriology, on one-half time, beginning October 15, 1935, and continuing until June 30, 1936, at a cash compensation at the rate of sixty dollars 60 a month. October 24, 1935 Beckwith, Merton Monroe, Assistant in Chemistry, on one-half time, for ten months beginning September 1, 1935, at a c... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1936: ...ousand nine hundred dollars 1900 this supersedes her previous appointment . October 3, 1935 Dolk, Lester Charles, Assistant in English, beginning September 23, 1935, and continuing until June 30, 1936, at a cash compensation at the rate of one hundred fifty-five dollars ninety cents 155.90 a month this supersedes his previous appointment . October 2, 1935 Doster, Agnes Mary, Instructor in Home Eco... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1936: ... of forty dollars 40 a month. October 2, 1935 Glickman, Nathaniel, Assistant in Physiology, in the College of Medicine, on one-half time, beginning October 14, 1935, and continuing until June 30, 1936, at a cash compensation at the rate of fifty dollars 50 a month. October 17, 1935 Goodman, E. Frank, Instructor in Surgery, in the College of Medicine, for eleven months beginning October I, 1935, wi... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1936: ...ng October 15, 1935, and continuing until August 31, 1936, without salary. October 15, 1935 Hamilton, John Allen, Assistant in English, beginning September 23, 1935, and continuing until June 30, 1936, at a cash compensation at the rate of one hundred fifty-five dollars ninety cents 155.90 a month this supersedes his previous appointment . October 2, 1935 Hansen, Lydia Elvira, Stenographer in the ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1936: ...ng September I, 1935, at a cash compensation of four hundred dollars 400 . October 2, 1935 Martin, Mildred Alice, Assistant in English, beginning September 25, 1935, and continuing until June 30, 1936, at a cash compensation at the rate of one hundred fifty dollars 150 a month this supersedes her previous appointment . October 2, 193S Mason, H e r m a n Charles, Assistant in Pathology and Bacterio... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1936: ...October I, I935 at a cash compensation at the rate of sixty dollars 60 a month. October I, 1935 Owen, John Isaac, Assistant in English, beginning September 25, 1935, and continuing until June 30, 1936, at a cash compensation at the rate of one hundred sixty-two dollars ten cents 162.10 a month this supersedes his previous appointment . October 2, 1935 Ramser, Marie Louese, Secretary to the Dean of... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1936: ...35-36, at a cash compensation at the rate of thirty dollars 30 a month. October 2, 1935 Stutzman, Dories Camille, Assistant in English, beginning September 25, 1935, and continuing until June 30, 1936, at a cash compensation at the rate of one hundred fifty-five dollars ninety cents 155.90 a month this supersedes her previous appointment . October 2, 1935 Teal, Ray Holt, Assistant in F a r m Manag... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1936: ...rs 85 a month this supersedes her previous appointment . November 7, 1935 Hudson, Phil G., Assistant in Economics, on three-fourths time, beginning October 21, 1935, and continuing until June 30, 1936, at a cash compensation at the rate of one hundred five dollars 105 a month this supersedes his previous appointment . November 1, 1935 Kolloff, H . G., Assistant in Chemistry, on one-half time, begi... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1936: ...eighty-three dollars thirty-three cents 183.33 a month. November 6, 1935 Stalnaker, C. C , Assistant in Economics, on three-fourths time, beginning October 21, 1935, and continuing until June 30, 1936, at a cash compensation at the rate of one hundred five dollars 105 a month this supersedes his previous appointment . November I, 1935 Turney, M. C , Assistant in Economics, on one-half time, beginn... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1936: ... dollars 105 a month this supersedes his previous appointment . November I, 1935 Turney, M. C , Assistant in Economics, on one-half time, beginning October 21, 1935, and continuing until June 30, 1936, at a cash compensation at the rate of seventy dollars 70 a month. November 4, 1935 Wascher, H e r m a n , Assistant Chief in Soil Survey, in the Agricultural E x periment Station, for nine months be... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1936: ...ppointment . November 12, 1935 Young, Mrs. Marion Buck, Assistant in H o m e Accounts, in the College of Agriculture, on' one-half time, beginning November 20, 1935, and continuing until June 30, 1936, at a cash compensation at the rate of sixty dollars 60 a month. November 18, 1935 The Board adjourned. H. E. CUNNINGHAM WALTER W. WILLIAMS Secretary President ,This Page Intentionally Left Blank ,ME... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1936: ...ecial Research Assistant in Civil Engineering, in the Engineering Experiment Station, on one-half time, beginning January 1, 1936, and continuing until further notice, but not later than June 30, 1936, at a cash compensation at the rate of one hundred dollars 100 a month. January 8, 1936 Swinehart, Cecil, University Junior Accountant in the Business Office, for eight months beginning January I, 19... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1936: ...in the manufacture of ice cream. The original agreement approved June 30, 1935, Minutes, page 225 expired on December 31, 1935, and has been extended for a period of six months ending on June 30, 1936. The Company has agreed to contribute an additional 1,200 for a continuation of this work. This report was received for record. COOPERATION W I T H TENNESSEE VALLEY AUTHORITY IN PHOSPHATE DEMONSTRATI... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1936: ... t s m a d e by t h e P r e s i d e n t of t h e U n i v e r s i t y . Black, Charles Theodore, Assistant in Zoology, on one-fourth time, beginning February 4, 1936, and continuing until June 30, 1936, at a cash compensation at the rate of thirty dollars 30 a month. February 8, 1936 ' Brown, Walter Howard, Assistant in Botany, on one-half time, for five months beginning February 1, 1936, at a cash... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1936: ...ompensation at the rate of thirty dollars 30 a month. February 7, 1936 Peppel, William J., Assistant in Chemistry, on one-fourth time, beginning February 17, 1936, and continuing through June 30, 1936, at a cash compensation at the rate of thirty dollars 30 a month. February 19, 1936 Richman, Samuel H., Instructor in Roentgenology, in the College of Medicine, beginning February 14, 1936, and conti... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1936: ...ty dollars 40 a month. February 7, 1936 Severens, James Madison, Assistant in Animal Genetics, in the Agricultural Experiment Station, beginning February 10, 1936, and continuing through June 30, 1936, at a cash compensation at the rate of one hundred twenty-five dollars 125 a month. February 7, 1936 Silander, Janna Mae, Assistant in H o m e Economics, in the College of Agriculture, on one-fifth t... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1936: ...ary 1, 1936, without salary. February . 1936 Terry, Henrietta, Teacher of Mathematics in the University High School, on four-fifths time, beginning February 5, J936, and continuing until June 30, 1936, at a cash compensation at the rate of one hundred ten dollars 110 a month this supersedes her previous appointment . February 14, 1936 Thomas, F r a n k P., Special Research Assistant in Civil Engin... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1936: ...e second semester of the academic year 1935-36, without salary. March 3, 1936 Marberry, William M., Assistant in Botany, on one-fourth time, beginning March 2, 1936, and continuing until June 30, 1936, at a cash compensation at the rate of thirty dollars 30 a month. March 4, 1936 Middleton, Margaret, Assistant in Botany, on one-half time, beginning March 2, 1936, and continuing until June 30, 1936... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1936: ..., at a cash compensation at the rate of thirty dollars 30 a month. March 4, 1936 Middleton, Margaret, Assistant in Botany, on one-half time, beginning March 2, 1936, and continuing until June 30, 1936, at a cash compensation at the rate of sixty dollars 60 a month this supersedes her previous appointm e n t . March 4, 1936 Moyer, Lester, Cooperating Teacher in the University High School, for the s... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1936: ..., for five months beginning April I, 1936, without salary. April 4, 1936 Fischer, Victor Nathaniel, Assistant in Geology, on one-half time, beginning March 15, 1936, and continuing until June 30, 1936, at a cash compensation at the rate of sixty dollars 60 a month. March 18, 1936 Fisher, Mrs. Ruth, Cooperating Teacher in the University High School, for the second semester of the academic year 1935... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1936: ... second semester of the academic year 1935-36, without salary. March 13, 1936 Hanke, Albert R., Assistant in Chemistry, on one-half time, beginning March 15, 1936, and continuing through June 30, 1936, at a cash compensation at the rate of sixty dollars 60 a month. March 24, 1936 Hazlet, Stewart E., to give instruction in Organic Chemistry, in the Summer Session of 1936, beginning June 15, 1936, a... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1936: ...ar over income ,i93 6 l UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 757 for the year to the amount of 14,748. Resources available to meet this excess consist of an estimated operating surplus of 43,127 as of June 30, 1936. The expenses of sports other than football a r e approximately the same as for the present year. Football expense other than salaries is being decreased about 22 per cent due mainly to savings in tr... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1936: .... On recommendation of Mr. Barrett, this recommendation was approved. REAPPROPRIATION O F UNUSED BALANCES 2 A recommendation that the following estimated balances in certain funds, as of June 30, 1936, be reappropriated for the purposes indicated for the fiscal year beginning July I, 1936: UNEXPENDED BALANCES REAPPROPRIATED AS OF J U L Y I , 1936 Self-supporting funds: Accountancy Committee Dairy ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1936: ...istant in Geology resignation effective September 1, 1936. Bedinger, Paul L., Resident in Pathology, in the Department of Pathology, Bacteriology, and Public Health resignation effective June 30, 1936. Brown, F e m e , University Junior Stenographer in the Physical Plant Department resignation effective May 2, 1936. Bumstead, C. H., Assistant in Psychology declination effective September 1, 1936. ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1936: ...been made by the Board therefor, as evidenced by its records, and after having been approved and recorded by the Comptroller. All appropriations shall lapse at the end of the fiscal year, June 30, unless otherwise especially ordered. ,594 BOARD OF TRUSTEES M a r c h 10 2 Purchases shall be made on the basis of competitive prices wherever practicable, quality, suitability, and service considered. P... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1936: ...s less than the amounts provided in the budget, the unused balance will lapse at that time. Appropriations for Expense and Equipment are available for one year beginning July 1 and ending June 30. These appropriations are based on an estimated distribution of expenditures according to the various budget classifications of "Office Expense, Travel, etc." Expenditures should be made in approximate ac... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1936: ...nnual replacement of Federal Extension cars, from the E. V. Kirby Motor Company, at a cost of 2,062.18. Reason for emergency: This purchase was made from Federal funds which will lapse on June 30 and payment must have been completed by that time. 4. Twenty vacuum type cadillac condensation meters from the American District Steam Company, Chicago, the low bidder, at a price of 1478.30 f.o.b. Urbana... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1937: ...e General Assembly: Section 1. T h e sum of twenty thousand dollars 20,000 , or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated to the University of Illinois for the biennium ending June 30, 1937, for the purpose of constructing buildings and maintaining the Agricultural Experimental Station in Cook County. Sec. 2. This appropriation is subject to the provisions of "An Act in relation to Stat... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1937: ...se in the salaries of the farm advisers, but an increase in the amount of the adviser salary paid from Smith-Lever Funds . , 'The State Appropriation for the fiscal year July 1, 1936, to June 30, 1937. will he iaid by the State Department of Agriculture on the salary of the county farm advisers fol Service. 'The county farm advisers also receive additional salary from the County Farm Bureaus. 4 Th... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1937: ...or study and report. B U D G E T OF T H E ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 36 T h e budget of the Athletic Association, showing the estimated income and expenses for the fiscal year July I, 1936, to June 30, 1937. T h e estimated income for 1936-1937 is 143,680 as compared with 192,240 actual for the current year. T h e difference is represented by a decrease in football income due to the fact that more of th... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1937: ...3, 1936 Tesor, Frank Joseph, Assistant and Out-Patient Resident in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, in the College of Medicine, beginning July 1, 1936, and continuing through June 30, 1937, at a cash compensation of six hundred dollars 600 , plus maintenance including room, board, and laundry furnished by the State Department of Public Welfare. June 5, 1936 Thomas, Ariel Alton, Special... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1937: ...nd two hundred dollars 1200 . August 8, 1936 Blaurock, Melvin F. O., Resident in the Department of Psychiatry, in the College of Medicine, beginning July 16, 1936, and continuing through June 30, 1937, at a cash compensation at the rate of fifty dollars 50 a month, plus maintenance including room, board, and laundry furnished by the State Department of Public Welfare. July 13, 1936 The date in par... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1937: ...on, L. V., Assistant in Education, on one-half time, and Executive Clerk in the Division of University Extension, on one-fourth time, beginning September 23, 1936, and continuing through June 30, 1937, at a cash compensation at the rate of one hundred twenty-seven dollars fifty cents 127.50 a month this supersedes his previous appointment . September 18, 1936 Pettee, James C , Assistant in Economi... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1937: ...undred dollars 1500 . August 4, 1936 ,74 BOARD OF TRUSTEES September 30 Vierck, Robert K., Instructor in General Engineering Drawing, beginning September 15, 1936, and continuing through June 30, 1937, at a cash compensation at the rate of two hundred dollars 200 a month. September 19, 1936 Waltemade, H . J., Assistant in the O r d e r Department of the Library, on four-fifths time, beginning Sept... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1937: ...ment of Agriculture for the establishment and operation at the University of a Regional Soybean Industrial Products Laboratory. This agreement has been renewed for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1937. T h e new agreement contains the same general provisions except that the maximum amount which may be received by the University for reimbursement has been increased from 6,000 to 11,000. On motion o... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1937: ...rst semester of the academic year 1936-37, without salary. October 2, 1936 Arden, Phoebe Johnson, Assistant in Botany, on one-half time, beginning October 6, 1936, and continuing through June 30, 1937, at a cash compensation at the rate of sixty dollars 60 a month this supersedes her previous appointment . October 9, 1936 Asher, Harry H., Instructor in Metallurgy, in the College of Dentistry, for ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1937: ...t the rate of seventy-five dollars 75 a month. October 7, 1936 ,io6 BOARD OF TRUSTEES October 27 Hoheisel, W. F., Assistant in Physiology, beginning October 5, 1936, and continuing until June 30, 1937, at a cash compensation at the rate of one hundred fifty-four dollars 154 a month. October 13, 1936 Hook, Julius Nicholas, Assistant in English, for five months beginning September 1, 1936, at a cash... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1937: ...er 1, 1936, at a cash compensation of nine hundred dollars 900 . October 5, 1936 Marberry, W. M., Assistant in Botany, on one-half time, beginning October 6, 1936, and continuing through June 30, 1937, at a cash compensation at the rate of sixty dollars 00 a month this supersedes his previous appointment . October 9, 1936 Mason, Ruth Glidden, Assistant in Mathematics, for ten months beginning Sept... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1937: ...supersedes her previous appointment . October 7, 1936 Mosko, Milton M., Assistant in Medicine, in the College of Medicine, on part time, beginning October 1, 1936, and continuing through June 30, 1937, at a cash compensation of one hundred twenty-eight dollars 128 , payable sixty-four dollars 64 at the end of each semester. October 7, 1936 Mover, Lester, Cooperating teacher in the University High ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1937: ...s will be approved until the latter's return from his South American cruise in December. Under present law the Federal Emergency Administration of Public W o r k s will cease to exist on June 30, 1937, unless Congress extends it. Consequently, final approval of the projects which cannot be completed by that date is quite likely to be deferred pending a decision on the future of the Public W o r k ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1937: ...for which the University assumes no responsibility. February 5, 1937 Cary, Roderick Charles, Assistant in Chemistry, on one-half time, beginning February 15, 1937, and continuing through June 30, 1937, at a cash compensation at the rate of sixty dollars 60 a month this supersedes his previous appointm e n t . F e b r u a r y 23, 1937 Q u i d s , Alice, Instructor in Medicine, in the College of Med... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1937: ... hundred fifty dollars 150 a month. F e b r u a r y 16, 1937 Corse, Joseph Walters, Assistant in Chemistry, on one-fourth time, beginning F e b r u a r y 15, 1937, and continuing through June 30, 1937, at a cash compensation at the rate of thirty dollars 30 a month. February 23, 1937 'The date in parenthesis is the date on which the appointment was made by the President of the University. ,188 BOA... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1937: ...s 120 a month this supersedes his previous appointment . February 19, 1937 James, Joseph Bliss, Assistant in History, on one-half time, beginning February 5, 1937, and continuing through June 30, 1937, at a cash compensation at the rate of sixty dollars 60 a month. February 16, 1937 Johnson, Alfred Anton, Assistant in Chemistry, on one-half time, beginning February 15, 1937, and continuing through... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1937: ...mpensation at the rate of sixty dollars 60 a month. February 16, 1937 Johnson, Alfred Anton, Assistant in Chemistry, on one-half time, beginning February 15, 1937, and continuing through June 30, 1937, at a cash compensation at the rate of sixty dollars 60 a month this supersedes his previous appointm e n t . February 23, 1937 Kendall, Willmoore, Assistant in Political Science, on three-fourths ti... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1937: ...a month this supersedes his previous appointment . J a n u a r y 30, 1937 Kleinberg, Jacob, Assistant in Chemistry, on one-third time, beginning February 15, 1937, and continuing through June 30, 1937, at a cash compensation at the rate of forty dollars 40 a month. February 23, 1937 Krebs, Karl Frederick, Special Research Assistant in Chemistry, on onehalf time, for five months beginning February ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1937: ...te of two hundred fifty dollars 250 a month. February 8, 1937 Markunas, P e t e r Charles, Assistant in Chemistry, on one-fourth time, beginning February IS, 1937, and continuing through June 30, 1937, at a cash compensation at the rate of thirty dollars 30 a month. F e b r u a r y 23, 1937 ,1937 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS i8g Markus, Chris Walter, Assistant in Zoology, on one-fourth time, for five mo... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1937: ...nsation at the rate of seventy dollars 70 a month. February 16, 1937 Porter, Curt Culwell, Assistant in Chemistry, on one-fourth time, beginning February 15, 1937, and continuing through June 30, 1937, at a cash compensation at the rate of thirty dollars 30 a month. February 23, 1937 Ranson, Ronald Thomas, Assistant in Agricultural Economics Extension, in the Extension Service in Agriculture and H... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1937: ...rvation and improvement crops on soils iow in phosphorus. The agreement covering this project expired June 30, 1936. The new agreement submitted by the Dean is for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1937, "and thereafter from year to year until terminated by notice in writing by either party to the other thirty days before the end of any fiscal year." There is a provision that on termination of the a... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1937: ...Mr. Walter M. LeClear, of Chicago, be appointed a member of the Board of Examiners in Accountancy for three years beginning July I, 1937, vice Mr. Homer Miller, whose term will expire on June 30, 1937. O n motion of M r s . Plumb, this appointment w a s made as recommended. AUTHORITY TO CONFER DEGREES 11 A request for authority to confer degrees in June and in August on candidates who will be duly... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1937: .... REAPPROPRIATION OF UNEXPENDED BALANCE 5 A recommendation that the unexpended balance of 3,800 remaining in the appropriation for Power Plant improvements at the end of the fiscal year, June 30, 1937, be reappropriated to the Physical Plant Department for improvements in the electrical distribution system. On motion of Mr. Moschel, this reappropriation was authorized, ,19371 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOI... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1937: ...s recommended above. At this point Dr. Meyer left the meeting. STATUS OF EXPENDITURES ON MEDICAL A N D DENTAL BUILDING 21 The Director of the Physical Plant Department reports that as of June 30, 1937, there was an unencumbered balance of 41,000 in the fund for the construction of the second unit of the Medical and Dental College Laboratories Building. The Public Works Administration requested pay... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1937: ... On the sale of 33,500 of low yield securities there was a net loss of 346.35. This loss has been charged to the reserve for gains and losses on investments in which account there was on June 30, 1937, a balance of 7,682.62. The average yield on the securities disposed of was 2.64 . The average yield on the securities purchased is 4-5 - These yields may be reduced through the call of some of these... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1937: ...nois Foundation request the Board of Trustees of the University to have its auditors, Arthur Andersen Co., make the audit of the Foundation accounts for the fiscal year July 1, 1936, t o June 30, 1937, because a number of the fiscal transactions relate to the Medical and Dental College Building Trust. On motion of Mr. Adams, this request was approved and the payment of the fee for the additional s... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1937: June 30, 1937 Gross, S. T., to give instruction in Chemistry, in the Summer Session of 1937, beginning June 21, 1937, and ending August 14, 1937, without salary (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1937: ...iversity as a basis for their detailed budgets, and is necessary for their efficient operation. T h e cash balance of the Revolving Fund in the books of the Auditor of Public Accounts on June 30, 1937, was 328,883.29. This might suggest that a 'These exhibits were filed with the Secretary of the Board for record. ,364 BOARD OF TRUSTEES August 2 large free balance existed in the fund. On the contra... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1937: ...pe of eventually using it to build an additional residence hall, was expended for operation because of the deficiency in State tax revenues. As stated above, the corresponding balance on June 30, 1937, was only 91,000, and this balance was already mortgaged to a large extent for necessary major repairs in the University Auditorium, which was closed recently because of extremely dangerous structura... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1937: ...e being filed with the Secretary of the Board and the Comptroller for record. Estimated Income. The estimated income for 1937-1938 is 186,155, as compared with 183,222 for the year ended June 30, 1937.1 This estimate of income appears conservative. In this connection it should be noted that the estimate of income in the 1936-1937 budget was 143,680, whereas approximately 40,000 more was realized. ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1937: ...on-recurring item, I advised the Athletic Association to omit the item of 5,000 from its annual budget and treat the whole amount of 9,200 as a special appropriation out of surplus as of June 30, 1937. Salaries and Wages. The salaries provided for in this budget for persons paid jointly by the Association and the University which includes most of the Association staff correspond to the salaries st... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1937: ...ory of Mr. Huff's Life 500 Gold Baseballs for Championship Baseball Team 140 C. E. Bowen car expense 250 Band 500 T h e following special appropriation has been made out of surplus as of June 30, 1937: Football field cover 9 200 I recommend approval of these adjustments. On motion of Mr. Wieland, these adjustments were confirmed. AUDITORIUM REPAIRS AND REMODELING 7 Pursuant to the action of the Bo... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1937: ...tates Government as an aid in building said U n i o n ; and Whereas: Through the congestion of legislative business at the end of the last session of the Illinois General Assembly ending June 30, 1937, Senate Bills Nos. 51, 52, 53, and 61, although passed by the Senate were never moved from second reading and voted upon in the House of Representatives and, therefore, the benefits to accrue to the ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1937: ... office of the Physical Plant Department, 1853 West Polk Street, Chicago. ,ig j UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 489 the football field be treated as a capital item to be paid out of surplus as of June 30, 1937, and that a contingent item of 2,000 be provided to take care of minor items; and that with these provisions the budget of the Athletic Association be approved as presented to the Board on August 2, ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1937: ... the United States Patent Office. T h i s report w a s received for record. QUARTERLY REPORT O F THE COMPTROLLER 32 The quarterly report of the Comptroller to the Board of Trustees as of June 30, 1937. T h i s report w a s r e f e r r e d to t h e F i n a n c e C o m m i t t e e for consideration a n d r e p o r t . GIFTS TO THE UNIVERSITY 33 A report of the following gifts received by the Univers... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1937: ...n Memorial Scholarship Fund. This report was received for record. A U D I T REPORT OF THE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 34 T h e Audit Report of the Athletic Association for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1937. T h e financial statements in this report will be published at a later date, along with statements of other organizations connected with the University, and copies of this publication will go to all... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1937: ...F ILLINOIS 547 Disbursements as per canceled checks returned to Comptroller : March, 1937 14 4 o 00 April, 1937 7 200 00 May, 1937 7 200 00 Total, Disbursements 28 800 00 Balance on hand June 30, 1937 on deposit at First National Bank of Chicago 38 212 19 F. M. GORDON, Treasurer Correct: LLOYD MOREY, Comptroller This report was received for record. STATE EMPLOYEES' A N N U I T Y F U N D 24 The Six... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1937: ...ard a t the close of each fiscal year. The estimate for the current year to June 30 is 2,325. 2. Approval of a budget of expenditures for this work for the remainder of the fiscal year to June 30 as follows to be appropriated out of the revolving account: Wages Travel Total 600 150 750 On motion of Dr. Meyer, the setting up of this revolving account was authorized and the appropriation was made as... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1937: ... 16 lb. White No. 4 Sulphite Bond from the Chicago Paper Company, the low bidder, at a price of 3,843.95. Reason for emergency: In order to use Federal funds delivery must be completed by June 30th. Delivery will require about four weeks. On motion of Mr. Pogue, the action of the President of the University in authorizing these purchases was approved and confirmed. REPORT O N INVESTMENT O F T H E ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1937: ...completion date, from the construction fund. This originally amounted to 21,856.37, but the P.W.A. requires payment from the construction fund of interest up to September I, instead of to June 30 as originally contemplated, which will further reduce the balance in the construction fund by approximately 9,000. It is therefore necessary to withdraw the following change orders previously authorized a... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1937: ...e General Assembly: Section 1. T h e sum of twenty thousand dollars 20,000 , or so much thereof as may be necessary, is appropriated to the University of Illinois for the biennium ending June 30, 1937, for the purpose of constructing buildings and maintaining the Agricultural Experimental Station in Cook County. Sec. 2. This appropriation is subject to the provisions of "An Act in relation to Stat... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1937: ...se in the salaries of the farm advisers, but an increase in the amount of the adviser salary paid from Smith-Lever Funds . , 'The State Appropriation for the fiscal year July 1, 1936, to June 30, 1937. will he iaid by the State Department of Agriculture on the salary of the county farm advisers fol owing monthly certification for salary signed by the Director of the Extension Service. 'The county ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1937: ...ll Fund DG36 See Bankhead-Jones Extension Fund DG21 Total salary Sub-total, Home Management 2 710 1045 855 500 2400 3 755 . T h c State appropriation for the fiscal year July i, 1936, to June 30, 1937, will be paid by the State Department of Agriculture on the salary of the county home advisers following monthly certification for salary signed by the Director of the Extension Service. The county h... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1937: ...or study and report. B U D G E T OF T H E ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 36 T h e budget of the Athletic Association, showing the estimated income and expenses for the fiscal year July I, 1936, to June 30, 1937. T h e estimated income for 1936-1937 is 143,680 as compared with 192,240 actual for the current year. T h e difference is represented by a decrease in football income due to the fact that more of th... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1937: ...3, 1936 Tesor, Frank Joseph, Assistant and Out-Patient Resident in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, in the College of Medicine, beginning July 1, 1936, and continuing through June 30, 1937, at a cash compensation of six hundred dollars 600 , plus maintenance including room, board, and laundry furnished by the State Department of Public Welfare. June 5, 1936 Thomas, Ariel Alton, Special... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1936)
  • 1937: ...more than 3,775. To study all of the courses offered by the University of Illinois uld take one individual at least 150 years ,U i i v . of 1 m I p fl L PLANT VALUED AT 30,703,991 as a t June 30, 1937 . , 10 . . 46 a c r e s ill Urbana, Chicago, and Experimental farms throughout s t a t e .... 1 64 008 Buildings BO major, 34 minor, 26 houses ttK .ompleted b u i l d i n g s Othe improvements, l i g... (Reference Folder - 1955)
  • 1937: ...ial stadium was dedicated in 1923 to the former students i lost their lives as a result of the World war. It is a 2,000,000 gift of the umni and seats approxima The university had, as at June 30, 1937, endowment funds totaling 1,115,745. The recently organized University of Illinois Alumni Foundation is ngaged in encouraging gifts for the university's use. 11. ILLINOIS CAMPUS HAS 90 FRATERNITIES '... (Reference Folder - 1955)
  • 1938: ..., the action of the President authorizing these expenditures was confirmed. CONTRACTS AUTHORIZED 39 A report of the following contracts authorized: 1. Photo-engraving for the year ending June 30, 1938, to Kane Engraving Company of Bloomington, Illinois, the low bidder, at a cash discount of 45 per cent from the photo-engravers' scale plus 2 per cent for payment before the 15th of each following mo... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1938: ... photo-engravers' scale plus 2 per cent for payment before the 15th of each following month, the Company to assume all postage and telephone costs. 2. Liquid chlorine for the year ending June 30, 1938, from Electro Bleaching Gas Company, New York City, through its agent, Corray Brothers, Urbana, at a price of jyii per pound. ,324 BOARD OF TRUSTEES July 16 3. Laundry service for all departments of ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1938: ...e farm advisers, but an increase in the amount of the advisers' salary paid from Smith-Lever Funds including Bankhead-Jones . The State Appropriation for the fiscal year July 1, 1937, to June 30, 1938, will be paid by the State Department of Agriculture on the salary of the county farm advisers following monthly certification for salary signed by the Director of Extension. 'The county farm adviser... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1938: ...ended. BUDGET OF THE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION FOR 1 9 3 7 - 1 9 3 8 5 T h e budget of the Athletic Association, showing the estimated income and expenses for the fiscal year July 1, 1937, to June 30, 1938, is presented herewith and copies are being filed with the Secretary of the Board and the Comptroller for record. Estimated Income. The estimated income for 1937-1938 is 186,155, as compared with 183... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1938: t o June 30, 1938. O n m o t i o n of M r s . F r e e m a n , t h e s e c o m m i t t e e s w e r e e s t a b l i s h e d a n d appointed as recommended. Accountancy ROBERT O. BERGER, Chicago W I L L I A M M. EDENS, C... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1938: ...MENTS 25 The following report of bids received, and opened on September 22, 1937, on the University's coal requirements for the Urbana departments for the period from October I, 1937, to June 30, 1938: RAIL MINES Name Tons Bell Zoller Coal Company . 1 500 Franklin County Coal Corp.. I 500 Peabody Coal Co 35 000 Penwell Coal Mining Co 10 000 Shippers Fuel Corp 20 000 Tilton Mining Co 8000 Name Albe... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1938: ...ersedes his previous appointment . September 25, 1937 Easton, Mrs. Mildred Worcester, Assistant in Library Science, on one-half time, beginning September 20, 1937, and continuing through June 30, 1938, at a cash compensation at the rate of seventy dollars 70 a month. September 22, 1937 Ebey, D . R., Assistant in Chemistry, on one-half time, for ten months beginning September 1, 1937, at a cash com... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1938: ...and four hundred dollars 1400 a year. October 12, 1937 Beerman, Clara Jeanette, Clerk in the Department of History, on one-half time, beginning September 20, 1937, and continuing through June 30, 1938, at a cash compensation at the rate of forty-five dollars 45 a month. September 29, 1937 Bernds, Marie Wilhelmina, Assistant in H o m e Economics, in the Agricultural Experiment Station, for eleven m... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1938: ...dollars 100 a month this supersedes his previous appointment . October 5. 1937 Dec, Joseph, Assistant in Chemistry, on one-half time, beginning September 25, 1937, and continuing through June 30, 1938, at a cash compensation at the rate of sixty dollars 60 a month this supersedes his previous appointment . October 4, 1937 Fairbanks, Berthier Wesley, Special Research Assistant in Animal Nutrition, ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1938: ..., for eight months beginning October I, 1937, without salary. October 4, 1937 Getz, C. A., Assistant in Chemistry, on one-half time, beginning September 2 5. 1937. and continuing through June 30, 1938, at a cash compensation at the rate of sixty dollars 60 a month. October 5, 1937 Gross, S. T., Assistant in Chemistry, on one-half time, and Textile Foundation Fellow in Chemistry, on one-half time, ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1938: ...October 5, 1937 Gross, S. T., Assistant in Chemistry, on one-half time, and Textile Foundation Fellow in Chemistry, on one-half time, beginning September 25, 1937, and continuing through June 30, 1938, at a cash compensation at the rate of one hundred twenty dollars 120 a month. October 7, 1937 Grossman, Maurice 0., Assistant in Medicine, in the College of Medicine, for eleven months beginning Oct... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1938: ... the rate of one thousand four hundred dollars 1400 a year. October 9, 1937 Langdon, W. M., Assistant in Chemistry, on one-half time, beginning September 25, 1937, and continuing through June 30, 1938, at a cash compensation at the rate of sixty dollars 60 a month. October 5, 1937 Latimer, Mrs. Grace Malsbary, Assistant in Home Economics, in the Agricultural Experiment Station and in the Extension... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1938: ...at the rate of one hundred twenty-five dollars 125 a month. October 15, 1937 Lewis, F. M., Assistant in Chemistry, on one-third time, beginning September 25, 1937, and continuing through June 30, 1938, at a cash compensation at the rate of forty dollars 40 a month. October 5, 1937 McGuire, John Alfred, Assistant in Economics, on one-half time, beginning September 1, 1937, and continuing through Ju... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1938: ... compensation at the rate of forty dollars 40 a month. October 5, 1937 McGuire, John Alfred, Assistant in Economics, on one-half time, beginning September 1, 1937, and continuing through June 30, 1938, at a cash compensation at the rate of seventy dollars 70 a month. October 5, 1937 Morgan, Julian D., Assistant in Economics, on one-half time, beginning September 20, 1937, and continuing through Ju... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1938: ... compensation at the rate of seventy dollars 70 a month. October 5, 1937 Morgan, Julian D., Assistant in Economics, on one-half time, beginning September 20, 1937, and continuing through June 30, 1938, at a cash compensation at the rate of seventy dollars 70 a month. October 6, 1937 Munroe, Barbara S., Assistant in the Hospital Laboratory, in the College of Medicine, for one year beginning Septemb... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1938: ... compensation at the rate of eighty dollars 80 a month. October 8, 1937 Shafer, William M., Assistant in Chemistry, on one-half time, beginning September 25, 1937, and continuing through June 30, 1938, at a cash compensation at the rate of sixty dollars 60 a month. October 5, 1937 Srubas, Valerie Catherine, Assistant in the Loan Department of the Library, for eleven months beginning October I, 193... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1938: ...mpensation at the rate of thirty dollars 30 a month. October 6, 1937 Whitehead, Frances M., Assistant in Economics, on one-half time, beginning September 22, 1937, and continuing through June 30, 1938, at a cash compensation at the rate of seventy dollars 70 a month. October 6, 1937 Williams, Loring Rider, Teacher in the University High School, on onefourth time, for nine months beginning October ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1938: ... dollars 80 a month. October 25, 1937 Kasch, F. W., Assistant in Physical Education for Men for Chicago Departments , on one-half time, beginning October 25, 1937, and continuing through June 30, 1938, at a cash compensation at the rate of seventy dollars 70 a month. October 22, 1937 Leathers, Esther Mildred, Stenographer in the Department of Psychiatry, in the College of Medicine, for ten months ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1938: ...November 15, 1937 Purpose LicenBe agreement for uae of Grant filling compound. Coal for the Chicago Departments, from October 1, 1937, to August 31, 1938. Coal, from November 1, 1937, to June 30, 1938,inclusive. Laundry service to June3o, 1939. Contract which provides for an extension of time in the event of a severe crop failure Martin Farm . MortgagecoveringlandinFranklin County. Illinois Martin... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1938: ... which provides for an extension of time in the event of a severe crop failure Martin Farm . MortgagecoveringlandinFranklin County. Illinois Martin Farm . Coal, from November 1, 1937, to June 30, 1938, inclusive. Contract for Gift in Trust. Hicks Laundry and Dry Cleaning Company.. November 30, 1937 J. P. Minier and Rosie Minier, his wife December 14, 193 7 J. P. Minier and Rosie Minier, his wife S... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1938: ... of sixty dollars 60 a month. January 13, 1938 Heidrick, Fausteena, Resident in the Division of Anaesthesia, in the College of Medicine, beginning January I, 1938, and continuing through June 30, 1938, with a vacation allowance of one week, the cash compensation being at the rate of twenty-five dollars 25 a month, in addition to maintenance including room, board, and laundry and twenty-five dollar... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1938: ...y, Clyde Maurice, Assistant Professor of Soils Extension, in the Extension Service in Agriculture and Home Economics, on one-half time, beginning January 26, 1938, and continuing through June 30, 1938, at a cash compen- ,616 BOARD OF TRUSTEES January 20 sation at the rate of one thousand nine hundred dollars 1,900 a year this supersedes his previous appointment . J a n u a r y 4, 1938 McMillan, J.... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1938: ...25 a month. January 4, 1938 Muckenhirn, Robert John, Associate in Soil Physics and Soil Survey, in the Agricultural Experiment Station, beginning February 1, 1938, and continuing through June 30, 1938, at a cash compensation at the rate of two thousand five hundred dollars 2,500 a year. December 9, 1937 Ormiston, Emmett Ezekiel, Assistant in Dairy Production, in the College of Agriculture and in t... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1938: ...a cash compensation at the rate of forty dollars 40 a month. January 25, 1938 Wood, William G., Assistant in History, on one-half time, beginning February 3, 1938, and continuing through June 30, 1938, at a cash compensation at the rate of sixty dollars 60 a month. February 7, 1938 Zaborowski, Robert, Research Graduate Assistant in Civil Engineering, in the Engineering Experiment Station, on one-h... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1938: ...greement with the United States Bureau of Public Roads for a cooperative investigation covering this same project. This agreement Project 5736.2 is d r a w n for the period of March 1 to June 30, 1938 the Federal Government Tequires such agreements to be on the fiscal year basis , with provisions for its extension by mutual agreement. The Bureau agrees to pay not to exceed 3,500 of the cost of the... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1938: ... subject of poultry and eggs, this study to be made by the University through the Agricultural Experiment Station. The agreement is for a period beginning March 10 and continuing through June 30, 1938, with a provision for its extension by mutual consent. The Institute will pay the University the sum of 360 covering the stipend of the special research assistant. On motion of Mr. Karraker, the exec... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1938: ...s 80 a month this supersedes his previous appointment . February IS, 1938 Bonner, Priscilla, Assistant in Chemistry, on one-half time, beginning February 18, 1938, and continuing through June 30, 1938, at a cash compensation at the rate of sixty dollars 60 a month this supersedes her previous appointment . February 22, 1938 Christian, William Arnold, Assistant in Medicine, in the College of Medici... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1938: ...s previous appointment . February 19, 1938 Hess, Mrs. Beryl Iilene Schroeder, Teacher of Social Studies in the University High School, beginning February 10, 1938, and continuing through June 30, 1938, at a cash compensation at the rate of one hundred sixty dollars 160 a month. February 14, 1938 Jesser, Joseph H e r m a n , Assistant in Surgery, in the College of Medicine, beginning March 15, 1938... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1938: ...ointment . March 23, 1938 Dube, Paul H., Assistant and Second Year Resident in the Department of Orthopaedics, in the College of Medicine, beginning April 1, 1938, and continuing through June 30, 1938, with a vacation allowance on the basis of three weeks a year, the cash compensation being at the rate of eight hundred dollars , . 5The date in parenthesis is the date on which the appointment was m... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1938: ...red 100 a month. April 5, 1938 McCabe, J. O., Assistant and Senior Resident in the Department of Orthopaedics, in the College of Medicine, beginning April 1, 1938, and continuing through June 30, 1938, with a vacation allowance on the basis of three weeks a year, the cash compensation being at the rate of one thousand dollars 1,000 a year, plus maintenance including board, room, and laundry furnis... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1938: ...on at the rate of five thousand five hundred dollars 5,5oo a year. March 18, 1938 Sprague, Victor, Assistant in Zoology, on one-half time, beginning April I, 1938, and continuing through June 30, 1938, at a cash compensation of sixty dollars 60 a month this supersedes his previous appointment . April 15, 1938 Staley, Seward C , to give instruction in Physical Education for Men, in the Summer Sessi... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1938: ... e p u r c h a s e s w e r e a u t h o r i z e d a s recommended. REAPPROPR1ATION OF UNEXPENDED BALANCES 11 A recommendation that the following estimated balances in certain funds, as of June 30, 1938, be reappropriated for the purposes indicated for the fiscal year beginning July I, 1938: Account Legislative History Alumni Records Higher Education Conference McKinley Hospital appropriation Index ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1938: ...e amounts provided in the budget, the unused balance will lapse at that time. Appropriations for Expense and Equipment and for Wages are available for one year beginning July 1 and ending June 30. These appropriations are based on an estimated distribution of expenditures according to the various budget classifications of "Office Expense, Travel, etc." Expenditures should be made in approximate ac... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1938: ...mounts provided in the budget, the unused balance will lapse at t h a t time. Appropriations for Expense and Equipment and for Wages are available for one year beginning July I and ending June 30. These appropriations are based on an estimated distribution of expenditures according to the various budget classifications of "Office Expense, Travel, e t c . " Expenditures should be made in approximat... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1938: ... the President of the University to make such changes and adjustments as are needed. Under this authorization the following adjustments have been made during the period April I, 1938, to June 30, 1938, and are being reported for record with the recommendation that an assignment of 600 be made from the General Reserve Fund to cover them. Permanent additions to current budget: Dean of Men, salaries ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1938: ...mount thereof as will enable the Union to liquidate all floating indebtedness including the expense of this transfer and leave it with a working cash balance of not less than 2,500 as of June 30, 1938. 3 T h e Union is to retain notes, accounts receivable, and other current items, such items to be evaluated in connection with the determination of working balance provided under 2 . 4 T h e Union is... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1938: June 30, 1938 1 Barrett, William C , Instructor in Philosophy, for ten months beginning September 1, 1938, at a cash compensation of one thousand eight hundred dollars 1,800 (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1938: June 30, 1938 ,30 BOARD OF TRUSTEES J y is Penman, Robert Roy, Special Research Graduate Assistant in Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, in the Engineering Experiment Station, on one-half time, for ten months begi... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1938: ...r I, 1938. Nicholson, Alfred, Assistant Professor of Art resignation effective September 1, 1938. Smith, Annabel L., Assistant in the Loan Department of the Library resignation effective June 30, 1938. The Board adjourned, to meet on call of the President. H. E. CUNNINGHAM O. M. KARRAKEE Secretary President, pro tempore ,32 BOARD OF TRUSTEES July 21 MEETING O F T H E E X E C U T I V E COMMITTEE JU... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1938: ...Mr. Ebel also made statements. Action on this matter was deferred see page 96 . TREASURER'S REPORT The Secretary presented for record the report of Mr. Frank M . Gordon, Treasurer, as of June 30, 1938. STATEMENT OF R E C E I P T S AND DISBURSEMENTS F R A N K M . GORDON, TREASURER UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS M A R C H I , 1938, TO J U N E 30, 1938 Balance March 1, 1938 Receipts: March, 1938 April, 1938 ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1938: ...N D M A R C H I , 1938, TO J U N E 30, 1938 Balance March 1, 1938 Disbursements as per canceled checks returned to Comptroller : March, 1938 7 200 00 Total, Disbursements Balance on hand June 30, 1938 on deposit at First National Bank of Chicago F R A N K M. GORDON, 63 339 19 7 200 00 56 139 19 Treasurer Correct: LLOYD M O R E Y , Comptroller DEGREES CONFERRED IN AUGUST, 1 9 3 8 T h e S e c r e t ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1938: ...s. Plumb, this contract was awarded to the Consumers Company as recommended. QUARTERLY REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER 14 The quarterly report of the Comptroller to the Board of Trustees as at June 30, 1938. A copy of this is being sent to each member of the Board. This report was received for record. AUDITORS' REPORT ON THE UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS FOUNDATION 15 The Treasurer of the University of Illinoi... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1938: ...Illinois Foundation submits an auditors' report by Messrs. Arthur Andersen Co. to the Board of Trustees of the University of Illinois on the accounts of the Foundation for the year ended June 30, 1938. A copy of this report has been filed with the Secretary of the Board, and copies are also being sent to the members of the Finance Committee. This report was received for record. PURCHASE OF RADIO T... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1938: ...the University of Illinois Foundation for the expenses of the campaign to raise funds for the Mini Union Building. This appropriation is for the balance of the current fiscal year ending June 30, 1938. On motion of M r . Pogue, an appropriation of 3,000 was made from the General Reserve F u n d to t h e University of Illinois F o u n d a tion, by the following vote: Aye, M r . A d a m s , M r . Cl... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1938: ...icient and economical than a one-stop pick-up and delivery service which would require the University to collect and distribute the laundry internally. This service is proposed only until June 30 of the current fiscal year with any change in price to be mutually agreeable to both parties before it is put into effect. This supplementary service will enable the University to reduce the volume of wor... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1950)
  • 1939: ...ration of the W o m a n ' s Residence Halls for the year ending June 30, 1929. T h i s report w a s received for record. REPORT OF THE ACCIDENT COMPENSATION COMMITTEE FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1939 21 T h e report of the Committee on Accident Compensation for Employees of cases considered by the Committee during the year ending June 30, 1929. T h i s report w a s received for record. HONORARIUM... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1930)
  • 1939: ...session. May 6, 1937 Milner, Carl Magne, Research Graduate Assistant in Electrical Engineering, in the Engineering Experiment Station, beginning September 1, 1937, and continuing through June 30, 1939, not including July and August, 1938, a t a cash compensation at the rate of sixty dollars 60 a month. April 26, 1937 Ploeg, Jeannette Elizabeth Vander, to give instruction in Library Science, in the... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1939: ...nstallments. Symbols A Indefinite tenure. B Two years from September I, 1937. D One year from September 1, 1938. E Ten months from September 1, 1938. F Special tenure. H July 1, 1938, to June 30, 1939. All wage items fall in this group . Part time When any of the above symbols is combined with a number, the number indicates the fraction of time in per cent covered by the position. ,690 BOARD OF TR... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1939: ...s of the farm advisers, but an increase in the amount of the advisers' salary paid from Smith-Lever and BankheadJones Funds. 'The State appropriation for the fiscal year July 1, 1938, to June 30, 1939, will be paid by the State Department of Agriculture on the salary of the county farm advisers following monthly certification for salary signed by the Director of the Extension Service. The county f... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1939: ...irector of the Extension Service. The county farm advisers also receive additional salary from the local Farm Bureaus. The Federal Clarke-McNary Fund for the fiscal year July 1, 1938, to June 30, 1939, will be paid through the Extension Service in Agriculture and Home Economics by the United States Department of Agriculture following monthly certification for salary signed by the Director of Exten... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1939: ...iving quarters, board, and personal laundry while on duty. To be paid from the operating income of the halls; not included in budget totals, Balance lapses into General University Income June 30, 1939. 'Includes salaries listed under Physical Plant Department. 'Includes salaries listed under Administration and General Expense. 3 ,IQ38 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS E X P E N D A B L E GIFT AND E N D O W M... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1939: ... for the continuation of the study on fluorine with particular reference to the use of fluorine insecticides in the spraying of fruits and vegetables. This renewal is for the year ending June 30, 1939. The Aluminum Company of America will support this project to the extent of 3,500. On motion of Mr. Moschel, the extension of these agreements was approved. PURCHASES RECOMMENDED 25 A recommendation ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1939: ...ord. BUDGET FOR THE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION FOR 1 9 3 8 - 1 9 3 9 30 T h e budget of the Athletic Association, showing the estimated income and expenses for the fiscal year July 1, 1938, to June 30, 1939, is presented herewith as required by the by-laws of the Association; copies are being filed with the Secretary of the Board and the Comptroller for record. Estimated Income. The estimated total inco... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1939: ...oval of a cooperative investigation with the American Dry Milk Institute, Inc., for a study of the Effect of Milk Solids on the Mineral Metabolism of Children, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1939. The Institute agrees to contribute an additional 3,300 for the extension of this investigation. This report was received for record. PURCHASES RECOMMENDED 10 A recommendation that the purchase be au... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1938)
  • 1939: ...EDERAL BANKHEAD-JONES BUDGET OF THE AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATION 6 The Agricultural Experiment Station's Bankhead-Jones have been increased by approximately 10,842 for the fiscal year June 30, 1939. Accordingly, the Director submits a revision of 1938-1939 as shown in the following table, and I recommend that research funds July 1, 1938, to this budget for it be approved. On motion of Dr. Meyer... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1939: ...six hundred dollars 600 . June 27, 1938 Brewer, Joseph Everett, Research Assistant.in Psychology, in the Graduate School, on one-half time, beginning July I, 1938, and continuing through June 30, 1939, at a cash compensation of six hundred ninety dollars 690 . June 24, 1938 Browder, Olin Lorraine, Jr., Assistant in Business L a w , for ten months beginning September 1, 1938, at a cash compensation... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1939: ...10 The following schedule of bids received and opened on August 8, 1938, covering the University's coal requirements for the Power Plant in Urbana for the period from October 1, 1938, to June 30, 1939: RAIL M I N E S Name Tons Shippers Fuel Corp 25 000 Tilton Mining Co 4 000 Peabody Coal Co 35 000 Rice Miller Coal Corp.. . 35 000 Penwell Coal Mining Co. 10 000 South Mine Co 1 500 Walter Bledsoe Co... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1939: ...owing purchases authorized by the President of the University in accordance with the University Statutes: I. Photo-engraving exclusive of color process for period from August 1, 1938, to June 30, 1939, contract awarded to G. R. Grubb and Company, Champaign, the low bidder; the estimated cost of the service is 2,000. ,1938 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS S3 2. Boltless type steel book shelving as listed in ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1939: ...38 Krause, Charles Donald, Assistant and Out-Patient Resident in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, in the College of Medicine, beginning August 1, 1938, and continuing through June 30, 1939, with a vacation allowance of two weeks per year, at a cash compensation at the rate of fifty dollars 50 a month, plus maintenance including room, board, and laundry furnished by the State Department... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1939: ...t . August 29, 1938 Mauzey, Armand Jean, Second Year Resident in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, in the College of Medicine, beginning August I, 1938, and continuing through June 30, 1939, with a vacation allowance of three weeks per year, at a cash compensation at the rate of eight hundred dollars 800 per year, plus maintenance including room, board, and laundry furnished by the Stat... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1939: ... rate of one hundred eighty dollars 180 a month. September 29, 1938 Clapp, John Terrell, Jr., Assistant in Chemistry, on one-third time, beginning October 1, 1938, and continuing through June 30, 1939, at a cash compensation at the rate of forty dollars 40 a month. October 7, 1938 Cohn, Isadore Hymen, Assistant in Medicine, in the College of Medicine, for one year beginning September I, 1938, with... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1939: ...undred fifty dollars 150 a month. October 7, 1938 Cook, Ralph LaVerne, Instructor in Ceramic Engineering, in the College of Engineering, beginning October 1, 1938, and continuing through June 30, 1939, at a cash compensation at the rate of one hundred eighty dollars 180 a month. September 30, 1938 Creighton, Dorothea Elizabeth, Stenographer and Clerk in the Agricultural Experiment Station, for ele... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1939: ...ompensation at the rate of ninety dollars 90 a month. October 5, 1938 Cumings, Harry Warren, Jr., Assisant in Zoology, on one-half time, beginning October 1, 1938, and continuing through June 30, 1939, at a cash compensation at the rate of sixty-five dollars 65 a month. September 27, 1938 Fishkin, Ben Gerald, Assistant in Pathology, in the College of Medicine, for eleven months beginning October 1... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1939: ...inety dollars 90 a month. October 6, 1938 Mace, James Curtis, Jr., Instructor in Electrical Engineering, in the College of Engineering, beginning October 17, 1938, and continuing through June 30, 1939, a t a cash compensation at the rate of one hundred eighty dollars 180 a month. October 14, 1938 McClure, Norman Bernardus, Instructor in Agricultural Education, on onehalf time, for one year beginni... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1939: ...1, 1939, without salary. September 30, 1938 Peirce, George Roland, Instructor in Electrical Engineering, in the College of Engineering, beginning October 17, 1938, and continuing through June 30, 1939, at a cash compensation at the rate of one hundred eighty dollars 180 a month. October 14, 1938 Philbin, Patrick George, Junior Accountant in the Business Office, beginning October 1, 1938, and conti... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1939: ...ion at the rate of eighty-five dollars 85 a month. October 7, 1938 Weston, Elizabeth Loring, Assistant in Chemistry, on one-fourth time, beginning October 1, 1938, and continuing through June 30, 1939, at a cash compensation at the rate of thirty dollars 30 a month. October 11, 1938 Wilkinson, Joseph Marion, Assistant in Chemistry, on one-fourth time, for ten month beginning September 1, 1938, at ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1939: .... October 4, 1938 Wilson, Charles Marshall, Assistant in H o m e Economics, in the Agricultural Experiment Station, on one-half time, beginning September 22, 1938, and continuing through June 30, 1939, at a cash compensation at the rate of sixty dollars 60 a month. September 27, 1938 ,130 BOARD OF TRUSTEES RESIGNATIONS October 24 The Secretary presented also for record the following list of resign... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1939: ...he rate of eighty dollars 80 a month. November 3, 1938 Shrader, Kenneth C , Research Assistant in the Bureau of Institutional Research, beginning November 1, 1938, and continuing through June 30, 1939, at a cash compensation at the rate of one hundred fifty dollars 150 a month. October 21, 1938 Springer, June Evelyn, Stenographer in the Engineering Experiment Station, on one-half time, beginning N... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1939: ...OR CLASSROOM BUILDING 2 Under the law, the appropriation of 700,000 for a classroom building Gregory H a l l made by the 60th General Assembly, first special session, 1938, will lapse on June 30, 1939, but any commitment made against it prior to that date can be paid until the expiration of the first fiscal quarter following the adjournment of the next General Assembly the 61st or until September ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1939: ...sscock, Raymond Sylvester, Special Research Assistant in Animal H u s bandry, in the Agricultural Experiment Station, on one-half time, beginning February 1, 1939, and continuing through June 30, 1939, at a cash compensation at the rate of fifty dollars 50 a month. January 5, 1939 Goodwine, Gleyn, Alumni Recorder, beginning December I, 1938, and continuing through August 31, 1939, subject to the r... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1939: ...etary presented for record a list of appointments made by the President of the University. Ames, Alfred Campbell, Assistant in English, beginning February I, 1939, and continuing through June 30, 1939, at a cash compensation at the rate of one ,234 BOARD OF TRUSTEES February n hundred fifty dollars 150 a month this supersedes his previous appointm e n t . January 23, 1939 1 Angela, Frances, Instru... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1939: ...on at the rate of eightyfive dollars 85 a month. January 26, 1939 Dayton, Aretas, Research Assistant in History, on three-fourths time, beginning February 1, 1939, and continuing through June 30, 1939, at a cash compensation at the rate of ninety dollars 90 a month. J a n u a r y 23, 1939 Dietz, Robert Sinclair, Assistant in Geology, on one-fourth time, beginning February I, 1939, and continuing t... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1939: ...tion at the rate of ninety dollars 90 a month. J a n u a r y 23, 1939 Dietz, Robert Sinclair, Assistant in Geology, on one-fourth time, beginning February I, 1939, and continuing through June 30, 1939, at a cash compensation at the rate of thirty dollars 30 a month. February 4, 1939 Engdahl, Richard Bott, Special Research Assistant in Mechanical Engineering, in the Engineering Experiment Station, ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1939: ...his supersedes his previous appointment . February 4, 1939 Kirch, Ernst Rudolf P., Instructor in Chemistry, in the College of Pharmacy, beginning February I, 1939, and continuing through June 30, 1939, at a cash compensation at the rate of one hundred seventy dollars 170 a month this supersedes his previous appointment . January 23, 1939 Lewis, John Wilson, Assistant in English, for five months be... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1939: ...s appointment . February 4, 1939 Sloan, Mrs. H . Marjorie Jacobson, Resident in the Division of Anaesthesia, in the College of Medicine, beginning January 1, 1939, and continuing through June 30, 1939, with a vacation allowance on the basis of two weeks per year, the cash compensation being at the rate of fifty dollars 50 a month, plus maintenance including board, room, and laundry furnished by th... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1939: ... E M P L O Y M E N T OF ARTHUR ANDERSEN CO. Mr. Karraker, for the Finance Committee, recommended also that Arthur Andersen Co. be employed as auditors for the current fiscal year, ending June 30, 1939, at the same fees as during the previous year, as follows: University 3 300 Athletic Association 275 University of Illinois Foundation 250 On motion of Mr. Jensen, this recommendation was adopted. IN... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1939: ...appointment . March 7, 1939 ' Besancon, Robert Martin, Instructor in Physics, 111 the Department of Chemistry, in the College of Pharmacy, beginning March 1, 1939, and continuing through June 30, 1939, a t a cash compensation at the rate of two hundred sixteen dollars sixty-six cents 216.66 a rrtonth this supersedes his previous appointment . March 7, 1939 Betty, James Kellogg, Assistant in Operat... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1939: ...nsation at the rate of two thousand dollars 2,000 a year. March 8, 1939 Denton, Jack J o e , Assistant in Chemistry, on one-half time, beginning February 14, 1939, and continuing through June 30, 1939, at a cash compensation at the rate of sixty dollars 60 a month this supersedes his previous appointment . March 2, 1939 Edman, George Joseph, Special Research Assistant in Dairy Husbandry, in the Ag... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1939: ...f five hundred sixty dollars 560 a year. February 15, 1939 Henry, Velma Lucille, Assistant in Romance Languages, on three-fourths time, beginning February I, 1939, and continuing through June 30, 1939, at a cash compensation at the rate 'of ninety dollars 90 a month this supersedes her previous appointment . February n , 1939 Jensen, Adolph Robert, Assistant in Chemistry, on one-half time, for fiv... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1939: ...h August 31, 1939, without salary. February 27, 1939 Kade, Charles Frederick, Special Research Assistant in Chemistry, on onehalf time, beginning February I, 1939, and continuing through June 30, 1939, at a cash compensation at the rate of fifty dollars 50 a month. February 11, 1939 Knight, Kenneth Lee, Special Research Assistant in the Agricultural E x periment Station, in cooperation with the St... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1939: ...939, at a cash compensation at the rate of sixty dollars 5 a month. February 15, 1939 LaSage, Laurence, Assistant in Romance Languages, beginning February 1, 1939, and continuing through June 30, 1939, at a cash compensation at the rate of one hundred twenty dollars 120 a month this supersedes his previous appointment . February 11, 1939 Lofdahl, L. J., Special Research Assistant in Chemistry, on ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1939: ... 3,200 a year this supersedes his previous appointment . March 8, 1939 Stevens, Carl Mantle, Assistant in Chemistry, on one-half time, beginning February 14, 1939, and continuing through June 30, 1939, at a cash compensation at the rate of sixty dollars 60 a month. February 25, 1939 Teles, Morris, assistant in Mathematics, on 8 15 time, beginning February I, 939. and continuing through June 30, 19... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1939: ...at a cash compensation at the rate of sixty dollars 60 a month. February 25, 1939 Teles, Morris, assistant in Mathematics, on 8 15 time, beginning February I, 939. and continuing through June 30, 1939, at a cash compensation at the rate of eighty dollars 80 a month. February 15, 1939 Weisiger, James Richard, Eli Lilly Fellow in Chemistry, beginning February 1, 1939, and continuing through April 30... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1939: ... of Illinois, represented in the General Assembly: Section 1. T h e sum of four hundred fifty thousand dollars 450,000 or so much thereof as may be unexpended at the close of business on June 30, 1939, to the extent that the same may be necessary, is re-appropriated out of an appropriation heretofore made, t o the University of Illinois for t h e erection, equipment and furnishing of a building to... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1939: ...a cash compensation of four hundred dollars 400 for the session. March 16, 1939 Chapman, Max J., Instructor in Physical Education for Men, beginning April 1, 1939, and continuing through June 30, 1939, at a cash compensation a t the rate of two hundred thirty dollars 230 a month this supersedes his previous appointment . April 4, 1939 Collier, G. Estelle, Stenographer in the Department of Horticul... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1939: ...nation effective June 19, 1939. Wilson, Earl A., Scholar in Chemistry declination effective September 1, 1939Zickgraf, Palmer L., Research Assistant in the Classics resignation effective June 30, 1939. A P P O I N T M E N T S MADE BY THE P R E S I D E N T T h e S e c r e t a r y p r e s e n t e d a l s o f o r r e c o r d t h e f o l l o w i n g list of a p p o i n t m e n t s m a d e b y t h e P ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1939: ...he President of the University to make such changes and adjustments as are needed. Under this authorization the following adjustment has been made during the fourth fiscal quarter ending June 30, 1939, and is being reported for record with the recommendation that an assignment of 60 be made from the General Reserve Fund to cover it: Pomology, college, salaries increase in salary of G. Estelle Coll... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1939: ... Organization and Operation in the Summer Session of 1939 resignation effective June 19, 1939. Hopkins, T. R., Jr., Assistant in Business Organization and Operation resignation effective June 30, 1939. Hulett, J. E., Jr., to give instruction in Sociology in the Summer Session of 1939 resignation effective June 19, 1939. H u r t , B. R., Assistant in Agricultural Economics, in the College of Agricu... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1939: ...Rearrange details of installation of pipe heating coils in ground story in accordance with estimate dated June 29, 1939 69 55 Revise six present radiators in accordance with quotation of June 30, 1939 credit 30 00 Net additional cost 77 69 93 47 150 00 74 75 39 55 ,562 BOARD OF TRUSTEES September 30 Gregory Hall Change O r d e r No. I, contract with Robert Gordon, Inc. for heating, ventilating and... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1939: ...s for year 1939 Date March 7, 1939 T h i s report w a s received for record. QUARTERLY REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER 36 The quarterly report of the Comptroller to the Board of Trustees as at June 30, 1939. A copy of this is being sent to each member of the Board. T h i s report w a s received for record. SUPERVISION OF S T U D E N T ACTIVITIES, H O U S I N G , AND DISCIPLINE 37 On July 21, 1939 Minute... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1939: ... 19 Disbursements a s per cancelled checks returned to C o m p t r o l l e r : March, 1939 7 200 00 April, 1939 7 200 00 May, 1939 7 200 00 Total, Disbursements 21 600 00 Balance on hand June 30, 1939 on deposit at First National Bank of Chicago 30 139 19 FRANK M. GORDON, Treasurer Correct: LLOYD MOREY, Comptroller ,1939 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS SECRETARY'S REPORT OF CONTRACTS 583 The Secretary pres... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1939: ... 134 South LaSalle Street, Chicago, as a member of the Board of Examiners in Accountancy for a period of three years from July 1, 1939, to succeed Mr. Erwin T. Gilruth, whose term expired June 30. O n m o t i o n of M r . G e a r y , t h i s a p p o i n t m e n t w a s m a d e a s r e c o m mended. RESIGNATION OF PROFESSOR GLENN R. MORROW 30 Professor Glenn R. Morrow of the Department of Philosoph... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1939: ...e amounts provided in the budget, the unused balance will lapse at that time. Appropriations for Expense and Equipment and for Wages are available for one year beginning July I and ending June 30. These appropriations are based on an estimated distribution of expenditures according to the various budget classifications of "Office Expense, Travel, etc." Expenditures should be made in approximate ac... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1939: ...rial departure from which should be reported in advance to the Dean or Director or other officer concerned, and to the Comptroller. All unencumbered balances in these appropriations lapse June 30. COMPARATIVE SUMMARY OF INCOME AND APPROPRIATIONS For For Estimated Income 1938-1939 1939-1940 General Income 6 677 369 7 123 019 Restricted Income 1 334 211 1 414 796 Total 8 o n 580 8 537 815 Appropriat... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1939: ...y and the White Line Laundry, Inc., of Champaign. T h e prices in this contract are unit prices for various types of service, all subject to a 10 per cent discount. T h e contract expires June 30, and the laundries have submitted a proposal for a new contract for two years on the same basis, except that the 10 per cent discount is to be eliminated because of increased costs of material and labor. ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1942)
  • 1939: ...: land and building in Chicago for the departments t h e r e , ai ex rlmental lands cf the College of A g r i c u l t u r e nlch are located In r parts of the s t a t e . t a i l s as of June 30, 1939 a r e : 1,6 fc8,811 Land, 2,318 acre , Urbana-Champaign, Chicago, e t c . Buildin , 77 major, 35 minor,23 houses 1 7,369 leted b u i l d i n g s 1,616,179 p 1 movements, l i m i t s , sidewalks, m :c... (Reference Folder - 1939)
  • 1940: ...nstallments. Symbols A Indefinite tenure. B Two years from September I, 1939. D One year from September 1, 1939. E Ten months from September I, 1939. F Special tenure. H July 1, 1939, to June 30, 1940. All wage items fall in this group . Part Time When any of the above symbols is combined with a number, the number indicates the fraction of time in per cent covered by the position. ,1939 UNIVERSITY... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1940: to June 30, 1940, will be paid by the State Department of Agriculture on the salary of the county farm advisers following monthly certification for salary signed by the Director of Extension. 8 The county farm advise... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1940: ...rary and the Library School Professor of Library Science Salary under Library B A 9 37 846 44 35 117 9 37 154 000 000 846 1. 'The State appropriation for the fiscal year July 1, 1939, to June 30, 1940, will be paid by the State Department of Agriculture on the salary of the county home advisers following monthly certification for salary signed by the Director of Extension. 2 Some of the county hom... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1940: ...ing quarters, board, and personal laundry while on duty. 3 To be paid from the operating income of the halls; not included in budget totals. Balance lapses into General University Income June 30, 1940. includes salaries listed under Physical Plant Department. includes salaries listed under Administration and General Expense. ,49 BOARD OF TRUSTEES I July 21 EXPENDABLE GIFT A N D ENDOWMENT INCOME F ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1940: ...September 16, 1939, and continuing through June 15, 1940, at a cash compensation at the rate of sixty dollars 60 a month, and on full time beginning June 16, 1940, and continuing through June 30, 1940, at a cash compensation at the rate of one hundred dollars 100 a month. July 12, 1939 Mulvihill, Donald, to give instruction in Business Organization and Operation, on three-fifths time, in the Summe... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1940: ... loess and border Ozark soils in the Mississippi-Ohio Valley Region, by the Agricultural Experiment Station. This is an extension of an existing agreement for the period July 1, 1939, to June 30, 1940. 2. United States Department of Agriculture, Soil Conservation Service, and the Illinois Department of Registration and Education, Water Survey Division. Study of reservoir sedimentation resulting fr... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1940: ...y Division. Study of reservoir sedimentation resulting from erosion, by the Agricultural Experiment Station. This is an extension of an existing agreement for the period July 1, 1939, to June 30, 1940. 3. Corn Products Refining Company. To determine the digestibility by beef cattle of corn gluten feed, containing approximately 20 and 25 per cent of protein, and of "sweetened feed." This investigat... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1940: ...ying schedule of bids page 576 received and opened on August 4, 1939, covering most of the University's coal requirements for the Power Plant at Urbana for the period October 1, 1939, to June 30, 1940. T h e Purchasing Agent and the Comptroller recommend, and the Director of the Physical Plant Department concurs, that contracts be awarded as follows: Price f.o.b. Delivered Tons Mine Cost Globe Coa... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1940: ...s 1,700 . August 25, 1939 Brochu, Charles Edward, First Year Resident in the Department of Roentgenology, in the College of Medicine, beginning September IO, 1939, and continuing through June 30, 1940, at a cash compensation at the rate of fifty dollars 50 a month, plus maintenance including room, board, and laundry furnished by the State Department of Public Welfare. August 18, 1939 Broussard, Ma... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1940: ...nt . August 25, 1939 Daly, Rex Felton, Assistant in Agricultural Economics, in the Agricultural Experiment Station, on one-half time, beginning September 16, 1939, and continuing through June 30, 1940, at a cash compensation at the rate of sixty dollars 60 a month. September 13, 1939 Davis, Eleanor Olive, Assistant in H o m e Economics, in the College of Agriculture, on one-half time, for ten mont... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1940: ...ensation of six hundred dollars 600 . August 18, 1939 Goldman, Judith, Assistant in Physical Education for Women, on two-fifths time, beginning September 25, 1939, and continuiug through June 30, 1940, at a cash compensation at the rate of sixty dollars 60 a month. September 29, 1939 Goldstein, Hyman H., Assistant in Neurology, in the Department ol Neurology and Neurological Surgery, in the Colleg... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1940: ...bert Joseph, First Year Resident in Pathology, in the Department of Pathology, Bacteriology, and Public Health, in the College of Medicine, beginning August 1, 1939, and continuing until June 30, 1940, with a vacation allowance on the basis of two weeks per year, the cash compensation being at the rate of fifty dollars 50 a month, plus maintenance including room, board, and laundry , furnished by ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1940: ... McQuitty, Louis LaForce, Instructor in Psychology, on three-fourths time, and Counselor in the Personnel Bureau, on one-fourth time, beginning September 22, 1939, and continuing through June 30, 1940, at a cash compensation at the rate of two hundred thirty dollars 230 a month this supersedes his previous appointment . September 25, 1939 Mellman, H a r r y G., Assistant in Political Science, for ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1940: ...Dack, Assistant in Agricultural Economics Extension, in the Extension Service in Agriculture and H o m e Economics, on one-half time, beginning September 16, 1939, and continuing through June 30, 1940, at a cash compensation at the rate of sixty dollars 60 a month. August 30, 1939 Parrish, Dorothy EIna, Assistant in Library Science, on one-half time, for ten months beginning September 1, 1939, at ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1940: .... August 18, 1939 Smith, Norman Louis, Assistant in Agricultural Economics, in the Agricultural Experiment Station, on one-half time, beginning September 16, 1939, and continuing through June 30, 1940, at a cash compensation at the rate of sixty dollars 60 a month. September 19, 1939 Snapp, Roscoe Raymond, Professor of Beef Cattle Husbandry, in the D e partment of Animal Husbandry, in the College ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1940: ... of one hundred five dollars 105 a month. November 6, 1939 DeYoung, Vernon Richard, Assistant in Pediatrics, in the College of Medicine, beginning October I, 1939, and continuing through June 30, 1940, without salary. October 31, 1939 Feldman, Mildred Mae, University Graduate Stenographer in the Office of the Dean of the College of Dentistry, for ten months beginning November 1, 939. subject to th... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1940: ...on at the rate of two hundred dollars 200 a month. November 30, 1939 Nordhem, Harriet, Assistant in Library Science, on one-half time, beginning November 27, 1939, and continuing through June 30, 1940, at a cash compensation at the rate of seventy dollars 70 a month. November 29, 1939 Parrish, Dorothy Elna, Assistant in Library Science, 011 three-fourths time, beginning November 20, 1939, and cont... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1940: ...the rate of seventy dollars 70 a month. November 29, 1939 Parrish, Dorothy Elna, Assistant in Library Science, 011 three-fourths time, beginning November 20, 1939, and continuing through June 30, 1940, at a cash compensation at the rate of one hundred five dollars 105 a month this supersedes her previous appointment . November 24, 1939 Rheingold, Joseph Cyrus, Fellow in Psychiatry, in the College ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1940: ... a month this supersedes her previous appointment . December 4- J 939 . . . Schirmer, F r a n k Bonnell, Jr., Instructor in Chemistry, beginning December an I. 1939. d continuing through June 30, 1940, at a cash compensation at the rate of two hundred dollars 200 a month. November 22, 1939 Shure, Norman, Instructor in Medicine, in the College of Medicine, beginning November 21, 1939, and continuin... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1940: ...ral grant for the construction of this building, amounting to 274,820.00, will be lost if the project is not completed before the deadline under the congressional act, which is I believe June 30, 1940. If the grant be lost, the building cannot be completed, as neither the Foundation nor the University has funds available for such a purpose. It will, therefore, stand useless, and the Foundation wil... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1940: ...to September I, 1040; and 4 payment of medical and hospital bills amounting to 656.79. The amount payable to Mr. Hickey from the time of the injury to the end of the present fiscal year, June 30, 1940, after allowing for regular sick leave to which he is entitled, is 645.38. The total payments to him during the present fiscal year therefore will be 1,302.17. These payments are in addition to the a... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1940: ...ary 8, 1940 Edman, George Joseph, Special Research Assistant in Dairy Husbandry, in the Agricultural Experiment Station, on one-half time, beginning March 1, 1940, and continuing through June 30, 1940, at a cash compensation at the rate of sixty dollars 60 a month. J a n u a r y 11, 1940 Fisher, E d w a r d George, Jr., Assistant in English, for five months beginning February I, 1940, at a cash co... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1940: ... s time, beginning February 1, 1940, and continuing through August 31, 1940, and Counselor in the Personnel Bureau, on one-fourth time, beginning February 1, 1940, and continuing through June 30, 1940, at a cash compensation at the rate of two hundred thirteen dollars thirty-three cents 213.33 a month, for the months of February, March, April, May, and June, and one hundred eightythree dollars thi... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1940: ...on at the rate of seven hundred dollars 700 a year. February 9, 1940 GRILLOT, GERALD FRANCIS, Assistant in Chemistry, on one-half time, beginning February 8, 1940, and continuing through June 30, 1940, at a cash com1 The date in parenthesis is the date on which ihe appointment was made by the President of the University. ,1940 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 769 pensation at the rate of sixty dollars 60 a ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1940: ... one thousand nine hundred dollars 1,900 a year. January 31, 1940 PATTERSON, LAWRENCE ARTHUR, Assistant in Chemistry, on one-half time, beginning February 8, 1940, and continuing through June 30, 1940, at a cash compensation at the rate of sixty dollars 60 a month this supersedes his previous appointment . February 13, 1940 ROBERTS, CHARLES WALTER, Instructor in English, for five months beginning ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1940: ... at a cash compensation at the rate of eighty-five dollars 85 a month. February 1, 1940 VOSKUIL, ROBERT JAMES, Assistant in Geography, beginning February 12, 1940, and continuing through June 30, 1940, at a cash compensation at the rate of one hundred sixty dollars 160 a month. February 14, 1940 WILLMANN, JOHN MAURICE, Demonstrator in the Department of Psychology, on one-half time, and Assistant i... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1940: ...llars 90 a month this supersedes his previous appointment . February 2, 1940 WORK, JOE BOEHM, Assistant in Chemistry, on one-half time, beginning February 8, 1940, and continuing through June 30, 1940, at a cash compensation ,770 BOARD OF TRUSTEES at the rate of sixty dollars 60 a month this supersedes his previous appointment . February I3 1940 ZIVIN, BEATRICE, Key Punch Operator in the Tabulatin... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1940: ...ollars 125 a month. March 13, 1940 JACKS, MADGE ALLEENE, First Year Resident in the Department of Anaesthesia, in the College of Medicine, beginning March I, 1940, and continuing through June 30, 1940, with a vacation allowance on the basis of two weeks per year, the cash compensation being at the rate of fifty dollars 50 a month, plus maintenance including room, board, and laundry furnished by th... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1940: ...at the rate of one hundred ten dollars 110 a month. February 23, 1940 KABLER, MARIAN LOUISE, Assistant in Chemistry, on one-half time, beginning February 19, 1940, and continuing through June 30, 1940, at a cash compensation at the rate of sixty dollars 60 a month this supersedes her previous appointment . February 22, 1940 KAMMAN, JAMES FOSTER, Assistant Psychometrist in the Personnel Bureau, and... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1940: ...2, 1940 KAMMAN, JAMES FOSTER, Assistant Psychometrist in the Personnel Bureau, and Research Assistant in Psychology, on one-half time, beginning February 20, 1940, and continuing through June 30, 1940, at a cash compensation at the rate of sixty dollars 60 a month. February 22, 1940 LINK, WALDEMAR ARTHUR, Assistant in Operative Dentistry, iu the College of Dentistry, on Yvo time, for seven months ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1940: ...e rate of one hundred dollars 100 a month. February 23, 1040 O ' B R I E N , THOMAS DORAN, Assistant in Chemistry, on one-fourth time, beginning February 19, 1940, and continuing through June 30, 1940, at a cash compensation at the rate of thirty dollars 30 a month this supersedes his previous appointment . February 22, 1940 PARCHER, M R S . DOROTHY, Stenographer in the Department of Psychiatry, i... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1940: ...33 a month this supersedes her previous appointment . March 1, 1940 . ROBERTSON, JAMES A., Assistant in Chemistry, on one-fourth time, beginning February 12, 1940, and continuing through June 30, 1940, at a cash compensation at the rate of thirty dollars 30 a month. February 22, 1940 SLUDER, JOAN, Stenographer in the Library School, on one-half time, beginning March 5, 1040, and continuing through... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1940: ...ompensation of five hundred dollars 500 for the session. March 8, 1940 THORN, ROBERT JEROME, Assistant in Chemistry, on one-half time, beginning February 12, 1940, and continuing through June 30, 1940, at a cash compensation at the rate of sixty dollars 60 a month this supersedes his previous appointm e n t . February 22, 1040 TIEMEIER, OTTO WILLIAM, to give instruction in Zoology, on one-fifth ti... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1940: ...sation of one hundred dollars 100 for the session. March 11, 1940 WEBER, GLEN CHISHOLM, Assistant in Bacteriology, on one-fourth time, beginning February 10, 1940, and continuing through June 30, 1940, at a cash compensation at the rate of thirty dollars 30 a month. February 22, 1940 WEINGARTNER, HAROLD CARL, Special Research Assistant in Chemistry, on one-half time, beginning February 15, 1940, a... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1940: ...CHT, EVERETT A., Scholar in Theoretical and Applied Mechanics declination effective September I, 1940. W H I T E , RALPH V., Special Research Assistant in Chemistry resignation effective June 30, 1940. The Board adjourned, to meet on call of the President. H. E. CUNNINGHAM HAROLD POGUE Secretary President ,This Page Intentionally Left Blank ,ioso BOARD OF TRUSTEES Agricultural Experiment Station, ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1940: ...riods and under the conditions indicated in each case: ,1940 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 797 1. Marie J. Boysen, Teacher in the University High School, sick leave with full pay from April i to June 30, or so much thereof as may be necessary. This is an extension of leave granted her on March 14 for the period, February 5 to March 31, 1940. 2. Mildred Rosenberg, Stenographer, Department of Pathology and... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1940: ... g e s " and "Expense and Equipment" upon written request to the Comptroller. Appropriations for Expense and Equipment and for Wages are available for one year beginning July 1 and ending June 30. All unencumbered balances in these appropriations lapse June 30. COMPARATIVE SUMMARY OF INCOME A N D APPROPRIATIONS Estimated Income 1939-1940 1940-1941 General 7 123 019 7 077 637 Restricted 1 414 796 1... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1940: ... TRUSTEES May 28 LaSalle Street, Chicago, as a member of the Board of Examiners in Accountancy for three years beginning July I, 1940, to succeed Mr. Walter LeClear, whose term expires on June 30. On motion of Mrs. Plumb, this appointment was made as recommended. A P P O I N T M E N T T O PLYM F E L L O W S H I P IN A R C H I T E C T U R E 3 A report that on recommendation of the Plym Fellowship C... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1940: ...t that it been possible to complete the work or purchases contemplated for these ,988 BOARD OF TRUSTEES June 28 purposes. Under the budget rules of the Board, these balances are lapsed on June 30 unless reappropriated. T h e total amount is 169,945.43. Provost's Office 608 37 Radio Station short wave 1 950 00 Retirement plan study 228 28 Higher education conference 4 912 12 Publication of chemistr... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1940: ...rt was received for record. APPROPRIATION OF W O M E N ' S RESIDENCE HALLS BALANCE 8 On May 28, 1940 Minutes, page 941 , the Board of Trustees directed that beginning with the year ended June 30, 1940, the surplus from operation of the Women's Residence Halls be carried to a special residence halls reserve, to be applied toward equipment in the new Men's Residence Hall, or for underwriting the loa... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1944)
  • 1940: ...ent Station is that return of such equipment to the sponsor of a project is rarely ever requested by the cooperating agency. T h e Director reports that there is another contract expiring June 30 involving an investigation supported by five companies where it would be impossible to secure the approval of their legal departments of an agreement which contains such a provision. On its face the stipu... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1944)
  • 1940: ...for record. ,1940 UNIVERSITY OF I L L I N O I S 17 APPROPRIATION OF RESIDENCE HALLS RESERVE 10 T h e Comptroller reports a balance in the Women's Residence Halls reserve of 27,429, as of June 30, 1940, and recommends that this amount be now appropriated for the construction of the Men's Residence Hall. On motion of M r s . Plumb, this appropriation was made as recommended, by t h e following vote:... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1942)
  • 1940: ...T h i s report w a s received for record. ,54 BOARD OF TRUSTEES September 27 QUARTERLY REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER 33 The quarterly report of the Comptroller to the Board of Trustees as at June 30, 1940. A copy of this has been sent to each member of the Board. This report was referred to the Finance Committee. FINE ARTS GALLERY 34 At the meeting of the Board on May 28, 1940 Minutes, page 946 , the ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1942)
  • 1940: ...ese awards were authorized. ,64 BOARD OF TRUSTEES TREASURER'S REPORT September 27 The Secretary presented for record the report of the Treasurer, Mr. Frank M. Gordon, for the year ending June 30, 1940. STATEMENT OF R E C E I P T S AND DISBURSEMENTS UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS Balance July 1, 1939 Receipts: July, 1939 August, 1939 September, 1939 October, 1939 November, 1939 December, 1939 January, 1940... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1942)
  • 1940: ...nt and not to a new building. The Physical Plant Department had fully expected to charge this against its operation and maintenance budget but failed to encumber the amount needed before June 30, 1940, when the unexpended balance in its appropriation lapsed. On motion of Mr. Karraker, this appropriation was made as recommended, by the following vote: Aye, Mr. Adams, Mr. Cleary, Mr. Jensen, Mr. Kar... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1942)
  • 1940: ... auditing service 2 is needed to meet the following recommendation made by A r t h u r Andersen and Company in their audit report of the University's accounts for t h e fiscal year ended June 30, 1940: Ms amended January 22, 1041 Minutes, page 158 . ,I940 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 12J " I n our opinion the scope of the audit tests conducted by the internal auditors of the University is less extensive... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1942)
  • 1940: ...000 was paid from the new power plant appropriation, and 6,000 is chargeable to the Physical Plant Department maintenance budget. The work was done last year but was not completed before June 30, 1940, the end of the last fiscal year, when the funds earmarked for this purpose in the Physical Plant appropriation for that year lapsed. Consequently an appropriation for this is necessary. ,248 BOARD O... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1942)
  • 1940: ...orporation has no funds to meet the expense of keeping the Corporation alive, and is therefore about to terminate its corporate existence. ,520 BOARD OF TRUSTEES DEGREES C O N F E R R E D June 30 The Secretary presented also for record the following list of degrees conferred at Urbana, June 3, 1945, and in Chicago, June 16, 1945. Summary Degrees in the Graduate School, conferred at Urbana: Doctor ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1946)
  • 1941: ...stallments. Symbols A Indefinite tenure. B Two years from September 1, 1939. D One year from September 1, 1940. E -Ten months from September 1, 1940. F Special tenure. H July 1, 1940, to June 30, 1941. All wage items fall in this group . Part Time When any of the above symbols is combined with a number, the number indicates the fraction of time in per cent covered by the position. ,8l2 BOARD OF TR... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1941: ... farm advisers, but an increase in the amount of the advisers' salary paid from Smith-Lever Funds including Bankhead-Jones. 3 The State appropriation for the fiscal year July i, 1940, to June 30, 1941, will be paid by the State Department of Agriculture on the salary of the county farm advisers following monthly certification for salary signed by the Director of Extension. 3 The county farm advise... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1941: ...s Department of Agriculture following monthly certification for salary signed by the Director of Extension. 2 The Federal Norris-Doxey Extension fund for the fiscal year July 1, 1940, to June 30, 1941, will be paid through the Extension Service in Agriculture and Home Economics by the United States Department of Agriculture following monthly certification for salary signed by the Director of Exten... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1941: ...ement 119. Gladys J. Ward, Assistant Professor, Home Management Extension E B J 3 000 1 800 4 800 2 970 230 3 200 2 300 3 000 The State appropriation for the fiscal year July 1, 1940, to June 30, 1941, will be paid by the State Department of Agriculture on the salary of the county home advisers following monthly certification for salary signed by the Director of Extension. "Some of the county home... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1941: ...ng quarters, board, and personal laundry while on duty. To be paid from the operating income of the halls; not included in budget totals. 4 Balance lapses into General university Income, June 30, 1941. a lncludes salaries listed under Physical Plant Department. "Includes salaries listed under administration and general expense. J Salary a ,908 BOARD OF T R U S T E E S April 25 EXPENDABLE GIFTS A N... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1941: ... in bank stock, 20,373.13; reserves for plant maintenance and replacements, 13,500; net operating surplus represented by liquid assets, 18,956.80, a decrease of 9,356.95 as compared with June 30, 1941, the amount by which total expenditures exceed total income. T h e Association also had annuity policies for its employees having a cash surrender value of 98,448.61, and equipment at a depreciated v... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1944)
  • 1941: ...hat there is an urgent need for an Armory Annex for the training of mounted and mechanized R.O.T.C. units. The Federal appropriation for work relief and relief for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1941, provides that W.P.A. projects which are directly related to the program of national defense are exempt from the customary requirement that the sponsor must supply one-fourth of the total cost and th... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1942)
  • 1941: ...ress provides that students who are registered in a college or university prior to February 1, 1941, and who are conscripted will be permitted to defer their military service until after June 30, 1941. However, students who are reserve officers this would apply chiefly to graduate students and those in the professional schools and students enlisted in the National Guard may be called for duty befo... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1942)
  • 1941: ...our hundred dollars 400 . July 31, 1940 GRIMM, HAROLD A., First Year Resident in the Department of Pathology, in the College of Medicine, beginning August 1, 1940, and continuing through June 30, 1941, with a vacation allowance on the basis of two weeks per year, the cash compensation being at the rate of fifty dollars 50 a month, plus maintenance including room, board and laundry , furnished by t... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1942)
  • 1941: ...1940, and continuing through January 31, 1941, at a cash compensation at the rate of thirty dollars 30 a month, and on two-fifths time, beginning February 1, 1941, and continuing through June 30, 1941, at a cash compensation at the rate of sixty dollars 60 a month. September 11, 1940 SHEURING, JOHN JOSEPH, Assistant in Dairy Manufactures, in the Department of Dairy Husbandry, in the College of Agr... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1942)
  • 1941: ...h compensation at the rate of sixty dollars 60 a month. October 1, 1940 BEST, CHRIS EDWARD, Assistant in Chemistry, on one-half time, beginning September 18, 1940, and continuing through June 30, 1941, at a cash compensation at the rate of sixty dollars 60 a month. September 30, 1940 BISHOP, REID, Special Research Graduate Assistant in Civil Engineering, in the Engineering Experiment Station, on o... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1942)
  • 1941: ...mpensation at the rate of eighty dollars 80 a month. October 2, 1040 ELLIOTT, JOHN RAYMOND, Assistant in Chemistry, on one-half time, beginning September 18, 1040, and continuing through June 30, 1941, at a cash compensation at the rate of sixty dollars 60 a month. September 30, 1940 ENGHAHL, RICHARD BOTT, Instructor in Mechanical Engineering, in the College of Engineering, for nine months beginni... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1942)
  • 1941: ...ars 3,600 this supersedes his previous appointment . September 28, 1940 KIDDER, GLENN A., Assistant in Chemistry, on one-fourth time, beginning September 18, 1940, and continuing through June 30, 1941, at a cash compensation at the rate of thirty dollars 30 a month. October 1, 1940 KIEFEK, LOIS, Assistant in Mathematics, on three-fifths time, for five months beginning September I, 1940, at a cash ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1942)
  • 1941: ...ion at the rate of forty dollars 40 a month. October 18, 1940 SPRADUNG, ARCH BYRON, J R . , Assistant in Chemistry, on one-half time, beginning September 18, 1940, and continuing through June 30, 1941, at a cash compensation at the rate of sixty dollars 60 a month. October I, 1940 STEINMAN, ROBERT, Assistant in Chemistry, on one-third time, for nine months beginning October 1, 1940, at a cash comp... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1942)
  • 1941: ...OHN ALEXANDER, Instructor in Industrial Education, on threefourths time, and Teacher in the University High School, on one-fourth time, beginning November 4, 1940, and continuing through June 30, 1941, at a cash compensation at the rate of one hundred eighty dollars 180 a month this supersedes his previous appointment . November 1, 1940 GIESEKING, JOHN ELDON, Assistant Chief in Soil Physics and So... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1942)
  • 1941: ... 31, 1941, without salary. October 23, 1940 HUMBLE, MILFORD K E I T H , Assistant Professor of Industrial Education, on one-third time, beginning November 4, 1940, and continuing through June 30, 1941, at a cash compensation at the rate of one thousand two hundred dollars 1,200 a year, and on full time, from July I, 1941, and continuing through August 31, 1941, at a cash compensation at the rate o... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1942)
  • 1941: ...uments for delivery next year. It is further requested that the following payments be authorized: 25 per cent with the order; 25 p e r c e n t additional at the end of the fiscal year on June 30, 1941, or at the time of delivery if the instrument should be delivered earlier than June 30; the remaining 50 per cent and shipping charges on delivery of the instrument. The cost of this equipment, the s... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1942)
  • 1941: ...nd Sciences recommends the appointment of Professor T. V. Smith of the University of Chicago as Visiting Professor of Philosophy for the second semester of 1940-1941 February 1, 1941, to June 30, 1941 , at a salary of 3,000 for the period. I concur in the recommendation. On motion of Mrs. Plumb, this appointment was authorized. CONTRACT WITH GEORGE BANTA PUBLISHING COMPANY FOR PRINTING UNIVERSITY ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1942)
  • 1941: ...ning December 1,194.0, and con h e date in parenthesis is the date on which the appointment was made by the President of the University. ,148 BOARD OF TRUSTEES December 5 tinuing through June 30, 1941, at a cash compensation at the rate of two hundred dollars 200 a month this supersedes his previous appointment . November 28, 1940 F o x , SHERWOOD D E A N , Research Assistant in Sociology, on thre... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1942)
  • 1941: ...llars 50 . November 15, 1940 PATTENGALE, Mrs. N E L L TREVA, Instructor in Roentgenology, in the College of Medicine, on one-half time, beginning November 1, 1940, and continuing through June 30, 1941, at a cash compensation at the rate of one hundred twenty-five dollars 125 a month this supersedes her previous appointment . December 2, 1940 RUCKER, HERBERT JUDSON, Associate in Vocational Agricult... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1942)
  • 1941: ...ment . December 2, 1940 RUCKER, HERBERT JUDSON, Associate in Vocational Agriculture, in the College of Agriculture, on one-third time, beginning November 16, 1940, and continuing through June 30, 1941, at a cash compensation at the rate of one hundred dollars 100 a month this is in addition to his appointment as Cooperative Teacher in the College of Education . November 18, 1940 SCHLORFF, CORNELIA... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1942)
  • 1941: 55 to June 30, 1941 With Whom Clora Potter Date December 9, 940 This report was received for record. PAINTINGS BY VISITING PROFESSORS O F ART 28 It is customary for each Carnegie Visiting Professor of A r t to execute, ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1942)
  • 1941: ... Professor Paul M. Green, of the Department of Economics, has requested permission to exchange his position with Professor D. M. Beights, of the University of Florida, from February 1 to June 30, 1941. The Board of Trustees has recognized the advantages of such exchanges by including a provision in the University Statutes authorizing the necessary arrangements. Since it was necessary to make this ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1942)
  • 1941: ...e in Journalism, one year from March 13, 1941. Tell Nelson, Associate in Medicine, March 15 through August 31, 1941. Wesley E. Peltzer, First-Year Resident in Pediatrics, April 1 through June 30, 1941. P. J. Sarma, Associate Professor of Surgery, one year from March 10, 1941. Milton Tinsley, Instructor in Neurological Surgery, March 20 through A u g u s t 3 1 , 1941. Joseph G. Schoolman, Instructo... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1942)
  • 1941: ... 1,000 per month for the expenses of this program. Phenolphthalein Research, Incorporated, desires to modify this agreement to provide for monthly payments of 675 from February I through June 30, 1941, due to the transfer of a portion of this work to another agency. T h e expenses of conducting the work during the month of January were paid from unexpended balances carried over from previous grant... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1942)
  • 1941: ...rate of fifty dollars 50 a month this supersedes his previous appointment . March J 3 W O . t JONES, JOHN PAUL, Instructor in Journalism, beginning March 15, 1041, and continuing through June 30, 1941, at a cash compensation at the rate of two hundred dollars 200 a month this supersedes his previous appointment . March 13, 1941 KINSINGER, K E N N E T H EDWARD, Assistant in Agricultural Economics, ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1942)
  • 1941: ...his supersedes her previous appointment . April 18, 1041 DAVISON, HURFORD HENRY, to give instruction in Distributive Education, on one-half time, in the Summer Session of 1041, beginning June 30, 1941, and ending July 27, 1041, at a cash compensation of four hundred eighty dollars 480 for the session. M a y 1, 1941 DIXON, Mrs. DOROTHY LANE, Stenographer in the Extension Service in Agriculture and ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1942)
  • 1941: ... to engage in defense projects in the U. S. Engineer Office, Denison, Texas. Dr. Lloyd L. Matzkin, First-Year Resident in the Department of Laryngology, Rhinology, and Otology, June 8 to June 30, 1941. Dr. F r a n k F. Kanthak, Assistant Professor of Oral and Plastic Surgery, and H e a d of the Medico-Dental Diagnostic Clinic, July 20, 1941, to June 19, 1942. On motion of Mr. Jensen, these leaves ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1942)
  • 1941: ...partment of Psychiatry, in the College of Medicine resignation effective June 16, 1941. W I L L H I T E , Mrs. HELEN PLESHAR, Record Clerk in the Registrar's Office resignation effective June 30, 1941. The Board adjourned. H. E. CUNNINGHAM JAMES M. CLEARY Secretary President ,MEETING OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS July 15, 1941 With Adjourned Session of July 2 2 , 1941 The ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1942)
  • 1941: ... Educational Hospitals, for the purpose of meeting payrolls of the staff of these hospitals transferred from the Department of Public Welfare on July 1, 1941, at their rates of pay as of June 30, 1941, and for the purchase of supplies and minor equipment for these hospitals. On motion of Mr. Adams, this appropriation was made as recommended, by the following vote: Aye, Mr. Adams, Mr. Cleary, Mr. D... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1942)
  • 1941: ...versity to make such changes and adjustments as are necessary. Pursuant to this authorization the following adjustments were made in the operating budget during the fiscal quarter ending June 30, 1941: Permanent additions to current budget: I. Psychiatry salaries, to provide for the appointment of Francis J. Gerty 500 oo1 '. Journalism salaries, to provide increase in salary of R. R. Barlow, previ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1942)
  • 1941: ... O U S I N G 7 The Director of the Physical Plant Department recommends the reappropriation of the 350 unexpended balance in funds assigned for the housing of the cyclotron, which lapsed June 30, 1941. O n motion of M r . Jensen, this reappropriation was made as recommended, by the following vote: Aye, M r . A d a m s , M r . Cleary, M r . Davis, Mr. Fornof, M r s . Grigsby, M r . Jensen, M r . K ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1942)
  • 1941: ...7 delivered to University storage shed. This report was received for record. QUARTERLY REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER 19 The quarterly report of the Comptroller to the Board of Trustees as at June 30, 1941, a copy of which has previously been sent to each member of the Board. This report was received for record. CONTRACTS EXECUTED BY THE COMPTROLLER JULY 2 9 TO OCTOBER T 1 . 1 9 4 1 20 A report of cont... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1942)
  • 1941: ...d by the State of Illinois in the maintenance of the Illinois Surgical Institute for Children, a unit of the Research and Educational Hospitals. The Division's budget for the year ending June 30, 1941, was 181,125.23, of which 133,768.83 was made available in consideration of like expenditures by the State for the maintenance of the Illinois Surgical Institute for Children, and 47,356.40 was made ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1942)
  • 1941: ... schedule in the College of Law and served as Counsel in addition, depending upon conditions from time to time. II. Student Loan Funds: Mr. N. D. Hodges, and the University Counsel As of June 30, 1941, the University administered 359,805.68 of loan funds of various kinds. On the same date the sum of 267,104.86 was outstanding in loans to students. During the fiscal year ending June 30, 1941, the s... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1942)
  • 1941: ...0, 1941, the University administered 359,805.68 of loan funds of various kinds. On the same date the sum of 267,104.86 was outstanding in loans to students. During the fiscal year ending June 30, 1941, the sum of 103,319.56 was collected on outstanding student loans. It will be observed that this is a sizeable loan business, but much out of the usual routine because of the large numbers of small l... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1942)
  • 1941: ...ized: 25 per cent with the order; 25 p e r c e n t additional at the end of the fiscal year on June 30, 1941, or at the time of delivery if the instrument should be delivered earlier than June 30; the remaining 50 per cent and shipping charges on delivery of the instrument. The cost of this equipment, the shipping and installation charges will be paid from the research fund of the Graduate School,... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1942)
  • 1941: ...1, 1941, due to the fact that it has not been possible to complete the work or purchases contemplated for these purposes. Under the budget rules of the Board, these balances are lapsed on June 30, unless reappropriated. T h e total amount is 133,300. Business Office Special Equipment Higher Education Conferences Code on Student Affairs Accountancy Committee Entrance Examinations Municipal Finance ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1942)
  • 1941: ...Sociology ALEEN VERNA FOWLER MARJORIE EILEEN FOX, with H o n o r s in English ALICE R U T H GABEL, with H i g h Honors in English LUCILLE B. GARNITZ ,526 BOARD OF TRUSTEES MARILYN M E E K June 30 RICHARD IRA GILFORD LORRAINE HARRIET GITLITZ, with ALICE L E E MESERVE, with Highest H o n o r s in Sociology MAYORA J U N E GITLITZ GLADYS M I R I A M GITTLEMAN MURIEL JOY GOLDMAN CLARA ELIZABETH GOODIN ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1946)
  • 1941: ... was advised by the Chief Clerk aforesaid t h a t the same rule would be applied in the case of vouchers drawn in favor of petitioner Hodges Pet., pp. 26, 27 i ; 8. That the Board, as of June 30, 1941, held and administered in t r u s t as trustee loan funds aggregating approximately 359,000; t h a t on the same date and in the same capacity it held and administered endowment and t r u s t funds f... (Booklet - UI Charter of Freedom (1942))
  • 1942: ...he Department of Chemistry on the spectroscopic analysis of water. This grant is a renewal of one made three years ago and will be available for a three-year period from July 1, 1939, to June 30, 1942. 3. Dick X-ray Company, a used transformer to the Department of Physiology to be used in Professor F . R. Steggerda's researches. 4. Illinois Society of Engineers, 35 to the College of Engineering to... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1940)
  • 1942: ...s request. O n motion of M r . Wieland, this recommendation was approved. REAPPROPRIATION OF U N E X P E N D E D BALANCES 24 A recommendation that the following unexpended balances as of June 30, 1942, be reappropriated for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 1942: Atmospheric Control Pressure Chambers 15 000 Dentistry Building Changes 9 760 Cold Laboratory in Research and Educational Hospital 7 000... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1944)
  • 1942: June 30, 1942 The date in parenthesis is the date on which the appointment was made by the President of the University. ,1942 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 41 BELL, JOHN CLARENCE, Instructor in Mathematics, for ten month... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1944)
  • 1942: June 30, 1942 BERNSOHN, JOSEPH, Assistant in Animal Nutrition, in the Department of Animal Husbandry, in the Agricultural Experiment Station, on one-half time, for one year beginning September 1, 1942, at a salary... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1944)
  • 1942: June 30, 1942 BERNSOHN, M R S . NORMA, Assistant Clerk-Stenographer in the Department of Agronomy, in the College of Agriculture and in the Agricultural Experiment Station, for one year beginning September 1, 1942... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1944)
  • 1942: June 30, 1942 NELSON, MARTIN EMMANUEL, Instructor in Physics, in the College of Engineering, for ten months beginning September 1, 1942, at a salary of two thousand one hundred dollars 2100 (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1944)
  • 1942: June 30, 1942 ROSALDO, RENATO, Assistant in Spanish, for ten months beginning September 1, 1942, at a salary of one thousand four hundred dollars 1400 (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1944)
  • 1942: June 30, 1942 WEBER, ANNA, Junior Laboratory Assistant in the Department of Pathology, in the College of Medicine, for one year beginning September 1, 1942, subject to University Civil Service rules, at a salary o... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1944)
  • 1942: ...ber 1, 1942. FAULKNER, E. KENNETH, Assistant in Animal Husbandry, in the College of Agriculture, and in the Agricultural Experiment Station resignation effective at the close of business June 30, 1942. FITCH, M R S . MARY CHAPMAN, Junior Stenographer in the Catalog Department of the Library resignation effective July 1, 1942. F I T C H , M R S . MARY CHAPMAN, Assistant Clerk-Stenographer in the Ca... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1944)
  • 1942: ... July 25 KLINGEL, ALLEN BARCLAY, Instructor in Physical Education for Men declination effective September I, 1942. KNAPP, P A U L L., Library Assistant in Chemistry resignation effective June 30, 1942. LAUTZ, BLANCHE E., Junior Clerk-Stenographer, in the Department of Chemistry and in Chemical Engineering declination effective September 1, 1942. L I N N , LORIN E., Scholar in Chemistry declination... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1944)
  • 1942: ...nalysis in the Department of Chemistry declination effective September I, 1942. METZ, ARTHUR R., Associate Professor of Surgery R u s h , in the College of Medicine resignation effective June 30, 1942. MOSBACHER, EUGENE G., Assistant in Rural Sociology, in the Department of Agricultural Economics, in the Agricultural Experiment Station resignation effective July 7, 1942. MYERS, KATHARINE, Assistan... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1944)
  • 1942: ...s purchase was authorized as recommended. ,1942 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS IO3 QUARTERLY REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER 11 T h e quarterly report of the Comptroller to the Board of Trustees as at June 30, 1942. O n r e q u e s t of t h e P r e s i d e n t , t h e C o m p t r o l l e r p r e s e n t e d t h i s r e p o r t , which w a s received for record. A t this point, M r . A d a m s took his place wit... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1944)
  • 1942: ...t of the mill tax fund, known as the "University of Illinois Fund," after which they shall be made out of the general revenue fund unless otherwise specified. F o r the fiscal year ended June 30, 1942, disbursements from State tax funds totaled 7,008,370 including the Research Hospital, and excluding Federal funds . Of this amount 1,653,500 was paid from the mill t a x fund. F r o m these facts it... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1944)
  • 1942: ...,000 for capital purposes. 1 ,1942 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS TREASURER'S REPORT 127 The Secretary presented also for record the report of Mr. Frank M. Gordon, Treasurer, for the year ending June 30, 1942. STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS Balance July 1, I94 1 Receipts: July, 1941 August, 1941 September, 1941 October, 1941 November, 1941 December, 1941 January, 1942 Febru... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1944)
  • 1942: ...AND D E N T A L COLLEGE BUILDING SPECIAL F U N D 4 537 354 67 636 532 97 Balance July 1,1941 Disbursements as per cancelled checks returned to Comptroller : October, 1941 Balance on hand June 30, 1942 F R A N K M. GORDON, 33 3 9 J 9 33 139 ' 9 none Treasurer Correct: LLOYD MOREY, Comptroller ,128 BOARD OF TRUSTEES APPOINTMENTS MADE BY T H E PRESIDENT October 17 The Secretary presented also for rec... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1944)
  • 1942: ...i c A c t i v i t i e s , p r e s e n t e d t h e following report: There has been referred to the Committee a copy of the auditor's report of the Athletic Association for the year ended June 30, 1942, prepared by Arthur Andersen Company, Certified Public Accountants. T h e report shows total income for the year, 260,867.30; total operating expenses for the year, 252,330.11; excess of income over ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1944)
  • 1942: ...e d the following report: The Finance Committee has received a copy of the audit report, prepared by Arthur Andersen Company, of the University of Illinois Foundation, for the year ended June 30, 1942. A copy has been filed for record with the Secretary of the Board of Trustees. This report was received for record. INTRODUCTION OF DEAN WORKS At this point, President W i l l a r d introduced D e a ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1944)
  • 1942: ...ropriations for uncompleted activities as of June 30. As above indicated, the net balance was only 172,934. Inventories of general storerooms total 334,549 as compared with 342,554 as of June 30, 1942. Grants received from the United States Government for agricultural extension and experiment work totaled 1,006,826 for the year, including 250,000 for a state-wide farm labor program. T h e sum of 6... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1944)
  • 1942: ...h will be expended because it will not be possible to secure materials and federal approval for construction. The total amount spent for new buildings and equipment from July 1, 1933, to June 30, 1942, was 7-958.974THE QUALITY OF THE S T U D E N T BODY Let us consider first the students, and ask whether the increase in numbers has caused a deterioration in the general quality of the students admit... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1944)
  • 1942: ...in quality. The Building Program Perhaps the outstanding achievement of the present administration of the University of Illinois has been its building program which from July 1, 1933, to June 30, 1942, involved a total cost for new buildings and equipment of 7,858,974. Of this total amount 2,178,567 was spent for the Union Building at Urbana and men's residence halls. These buildings unquestionabl... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1944)
  • 1942: ...ncluding 250,000 for a state-wide farm labor program. T h e sum of 69,042 remained unexpended in regular grants, which sum will be used in part for additional expenditures incurred before June 30. The remaining balance will be deducted from the grants for the succeeding year. T h e sum of 244,833 remained unexpended in the farm labor allotment. In the operation of Government research and training ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1944)
  • 1942: ...nexpended in the farm labor allotment. In the operation of Government research and training contracts, including the training program in Engineering, Science, and Management, there was on June 30 a cash balance of 262,796 in excess of all expenditures on these projects to that date. This is due to the fact that in certain instances advance payments have been made to provide the University with wor... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1944)
  • 1942: ...Director of the Physical Plant Department concurs, that Miss Bonnell be appointed Assistant in H o m e Economics on part time 13 for the second semester of 1941-1942 F e b r u a r y 1 to June 30, 1942 at an additional salary of 150. Total salary, 2,750. I concur in this recommendation. On motion of Mrs. Grigsby, this appointment was made as recommended. T H E COLLEGE O F EDUCATION 14 In view of qu... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1942)
  • 1942: ...l regulations of the Board of Trustees: With Whom Enamel Utensil Manufacturers Council Illinois Clay Products Company For Enamel standards Bonding clay properties Tenure 10 months ending June 30, 1942 Year ending August 31, 1942 A mount to be received by University Date 2,800 May 31 194 4,800 May 31, I94i This report was received for record GIFTS TO THE UNIVERSITY 38 T h e Comptroller's report of ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1942)
  • 1942: ... e n t of t h e U n i v e r s i t y . BAKER, LESTER, Graduate Assistant in Hospital Pharmacy, in the College of Pharmacy, on one-half time, beginning June I, 1941, and continuing through June 30, 1942, at a cash compensation a t die rate of fifty dollars 50 a month. June 18, 1941 ' . . , , BALATY, M r s . E T H E L POCRAS, J u n i o r Typist in the Dispensary, in the Col- lege of Medicine, beginni... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1942)
  • 1942: ...llars 80 a month. June 20, 1941 KLUZA, EDWARD JAMES, Graduate Assistant in Hospital Pharmacy, in the College of Pharmacy, on one-half time, beginning June I, 1041, and continuing through June 30, 1942, at a cash compensation at the rate of fifty dollars 50 a month. June 18, 1941 K N A P P , CHARLES RICHARD, JR., to give instruction in Library Science, in the Summer Session of 1941, beginning June ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1942)
  • 1942: ... dollars 150 a month. May 17, 1941 LAMPERT, SEYMOUR, Graduate Assistant in Hospital Pharmacy, in the College of Pharmacy, on one-half time, beginning June 1, 1941, and continuing through June 30, 1942, at a cash compensation at the rate of fifty dollars 50 a month. June 18, 1941 LENG, EARL REECE, Special Research Assistant in Plant Genetics, in the Department of Agronomy, in the Agricultural Exper... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1942)
  • 1942: ...h August 31, 1941. E. D. Luke, Instructor in Mechanical Engineering, one year from September 1, 1941. Milton M. Mosko, Assistant in the Department of Medicine, September I, 1941, through June 30, 1942. On motion of Mr. Wieland, these leaves were granted as recommended. ,398 BOARD OF TRUSTEES July 22 CONTRACT FOR REPLACEMENT OF PHYSICS BUILDING ROOF 8 The Director of the Physical Plant Department s... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1942)
  • 1942: ...his previous appointment . July 1, 1941 ROUNTREE, HARRY CLAY, Supervisor of Engineering Extension, in the Division of University Extension, beginning July 1, 1941, and continuing through June 30, 1942, at a cash compensation of four thousand two hundred fifty dollars 4,250 . July 7, 1941 ROYDNICK, M r s . MABEL E., Stenographer in the Extension Service in Agriculture and H o m e Economics, beginni... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1942)
  • 1942: ...ly 11, 1941 WEYL, R U T H , First Year Resident in Anaesthesia, in the College of Medicine, and in the Research and Educational Hospitals, beginning July 15, 1941, and continuing through June 30, 1942, with a vacation allowance on the basis of two weeks per year, the cash compensation being at the rate of six hundred dollars 600 a year, plus maintenance including room, board, and laundry . July 16... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1942)
  • 1942: ...s" and "Expense and Equipment" on written request to the Comptroller. Appropriations for expense and equipment and for wages are available for one year beginning July 1, 1941, and ending June 30, 1942. All unencumbered balances in these appropriations lapse June 30, 1042. Unless otherwise indicated in the Budget: 1. All appointments begin September 1, 1941. 2. Civil Service C.S. appointments are f... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1942)
  • 1942: ...e tenure as follows: A Indefinite tenure. E Ten months from September I, 1941. B Two years from September 1, 1041. F Special tenure. D One year from September 1, 1941. H July 1, 1941, to June 30, 1942. Each salary position is for full time unless the tenure symbol is followed by a number indicating the percentage of time required by the position. COMPARATIVE SUMMARY OF INCOME AND APPROPRIATIONS Es... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1942)
  • 1942: ... 600 7 460 Office Expense Travel Equipment Total, Expense Total, Forestry and Equipment 300 100 00 49 7 95 'The Clarke-McNary and Norris-Doxey funds for the fiscal year, July 1, 1941, to June 30, 1942, will be paid through the Extension Service in Agriculture and Home Economics by the United States Department of Agriculture following monthly certification for salary signed by the Director of Exten... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1942)
  • 1942: ...hings Extension E D HOME MANAGEMENT 2 500 3000 114. Gladys J. W a r d , Assistant Professor, H o m e Management Extension E B The State appropriation for the fiscal year July 1, 1941, to June 30, 1942, will be paid by the State Department of Agriculture on the salary of the county home advisers following monthly certification for salary signed by the Director of Extension. 2 Some of the county hom... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1942)
  • 1942: ...900 a year, Federal and State 2 D Total, Salaries Expense and Equipment Office Expense Total, Capper-Ketcham Fund 994 38 183 'The State appropriation for the fiscal year July i, 1941, to June 30, 1942, will be paid by the State Department of Agriculture on the salary of the county home advisers following monthly certification for salary signed by the Director of Extension. s Some of the county hom... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1942)
  • 1942: ...l Worker , Psychiatric Social W o r k e r Lester H . Eisendorf, Third Year Resident , Third Year Resident David Rest, Second Year Resident On leave without pay from September 3, 1941, to June 30, 1942 13. , Second Year Resident 14. , First Year Resident 15. , First Year Resident 16. Lois O. Olson, Technician 17. Mrs. Grace G. Dahlberg, Graduate Stenographer C.S. .. 18. Corine Kahn, Senior Stenogra... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1942)
  • 1942: ...ear from September 1, 1941. John J. Fee, Laborer in the Physical Plant Department, one year from July 27, 1941. David Rest, Second-Year Resident in Psychiatry, September 3, 1941, through June 30, 1942. T h o m a s G. Pearse, Jr., Assistant in the Department of Agronomy, one year from September 1, 1941. D. H . Krans, Associate in Mechanical Engineering, one year from September 1, 1941. Jerry J. Kea... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1942)
  • 1942: ...t in Economics . September 10, 1941 ARMSTRONG, MARY PARALEE, Stenographer in the Department of Spanish and Italian, on one-half time, beginning September 24, 1941, and continuing through June 30, 1942, at a salary a t the rate of forty-five dollars 45 a month. September 22, 1941 ARNHOLD, RUTH, Junior Library Assistant in the Medical, Dental, and Pharmacy Library, beginning September 15, 1941, and ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1942)
  • 1942: ...ive dollars 125 a month. August 29, 1941 JOFFE, HERMAN, First Year Resident in the Department of Orthopaedics, in the College of Medicine, beginning July 28, 1941, and continuing through June 30, 1942, with a vacation allowance at the rate of two weeks a year, at a salary at the rate of fifty dollars 50 a month; for the convenience of the University he will also be provided with maintenance includ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1942)
  • 1942: .... August 15, 1941 KELLY, ROSS ANTHONY, Assistant in Agricultural Economics, in the Agricultural Experiment Station, on one-half time, beginning September 16, 1941, and continuing through June 30, 1942, at a salary at the rate of sixty dollars 60 a month. September 18, 1941 KENDALL, KENTON AUGUSTUS, Assistant in Dairy Production, in the Department of Dairy Husbandry, in the College of Agriculture, ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1942)
  • 1942: ... the rate of one hundred dollars 100 a month, and on one-half time, from September 16, 1941, t o June 15, 1942, a t the rate of sixty dollars 60 a month, and on full-time from June 15 to June 30, 1942, at the rate of one hundred dollars 100 a month. August 5, 1941 VOTAVA, M A R I E B., Bookkeeping Machine Operator in the Chicago Business Office, and in the Research and Educational Hospital, for on... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1942)
  • 1942: ...t the rate of two hundred dollars 200 a month. September 15, 1941 WILLIAMS, CHARLES O W E N , Assistant in Zoology, on one-half time, beginning September 20, 1941, and continuing through June 30, 1942, at a salary at the rate of sixty dollars 60 a month. September 23, 1941 WILSON, GRACE ELIZABETH, Assistant in Voice, in the School of Music, for ten months beginning September 1, 1941, a t a salary ... (Board of Trustees Minutes - 1942)
  • 1942: ... Department of Agricultural Economics, from November 21, 1941, to October 28, 1942. L. J. Armalavage, Assistant and Second-Year Resident in Orthopaedics, from September 19, 1941, through June 30, 1942. John C. Mergener, Assistant in the Department of Psychiatry, from October I, 1941, through August 31, 1942. On motion of Mr. Davis, these leaves were granted as recommended. C H A N G E IN P E R S O... (