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SCHEDULE XXVI

CORNELL INFIRMARY
Balance on hand August 1, 1908
Received from Infirmary Fees. .
Received from patients for services not

covered by fees
Income from Endowment Fund

$11,292 57 14,120 00

2,401 97 4,930 oo

$32,744 54

Expended August 1, 1908 to August 1, 1909: Labor (House and Grounds)

$ 1,174 28 Supplies

4,066 35 Equipment (Professional)

122 33
Equipment (House)
Fuel
Gas (Heat and Light)
Electric Lights
Water

69 36 Repairs.

1,303 87 Care of Grounds Contingent

449 43 Furniture Superintendent

750 00 Nurses

1,427 58 Insurance

319 96
705 67
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112 68

225 26

200 00

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SCHEDULE XXVIII

STUDENT LOAN FUND
Amount of fund August 1, 1908
Received on loans until account was trans-
ferred to Women Students Loan Fund...

Amount carried forward

$ 2,781 52

122 15

$ 2,903 67

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1,000 oo

34 15

36 oo 2,000 00

134 00 1,480 41

G. C. Boldt-For Refrigerator...
A. D. White-For Apparatus for Chimer
A. R. Eastman-For Prize in College of Agriculture
E. J. Bennett-For Law Library
Polish Students-For Polish Student Loan Fund..
Class of 1908For Class of 1908 Fund
Nancy G. Howe Estate For Guiteau Student Loan

Fund..
Mary F. Hall-For Mary F. Hall Scholarship
Dr. R. T. Morris

-For cases for Morris Collection of
Edible Nuts of the World
J. G. Sullivan-For Alumni Endowment Fund.
Mary F. Hall—For Mary F. Hall D. A. R. Fund
M. W. Sampson-For Frances Sampson Fine Arts Fund
Oliver H. Payne For Medical College N. Y. City ....

16,566 92 2,500 oo

115 oo 125 00 500 00

боо оо 160,000 oo

$185,091 48 $ 428,561 60

5,669 oo

SCHEDULE XXX

ESTIMATED INCOMB 1909-1910
Income on securities
Back interest received

Add:
Rent of Sage College and Cottage . $ 15,000 oo
Cascadilla and Cottages

9,683 56 Student fees, regular session

395,170 99 summer session

21,399 96 Cornell Infirmary

16,500 00 Interest on student notes

500 oo Departments

2,500 oo Alumnae Scholarship Agric. Exp. Sta., Hatch ... $13,500 00

Adams

11,700 oo Income ..

150 00

$25,350 00 Cong. Ind. Fund, Morrill .. $25,000 oo

Nelson
15,000 00

$40,000 00

100 00

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526,204 51

$960,435 II

Deduct:
5% of General Income to Surplus Fund $37,000 og
Amount transferred to Principal of Funds 11,500 oo
Estimated income at Ithaca

“ N. Y. City

$48,500 oo

$911,935 II 203,640 00

$1,115,575 II

$ 66,948 11

Excess of expenditures over income to

August 1, 1909 (See ist page) Amount of income due special funds Amount due on appropriation to com

plete contracts of last year

35,990 08

10,535 16

$113,473 35

CERTIFICATE OF AUDITING COMMITTEE We hereby certify that we have examined the University Cash Book, Dr. and Cr. from Aug. 1, 1908, to Aug. 1, 1909; the balance due on Western Land Contracts, as specified in Schedule 15 of the foregoing report, amounting to $91, 804.77; that we have compared the same with notes exhibited by E. L. Williams, Treasurer, and with receipts for those in the course of collection, and that we have examined the securities as specified in Schedule 9 of this report, amounting to $8,753,618.05, and find all of same correct.

Henry B. LORD,
CHARLES E. TREMAN.

Auditing Committee

APPENDIX I

CHANGES IN THE STAFF OF INSTRUCTION

The following new appointments were made during the year 1908-1909: J. P. Bretz, Assistant Professor of American History, September 30,

1908. E. Baker, Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and the Practice of

Medicine (promoted from a lectureship), October 27, 1908. M. B. Tinker, Assistant Professor of Surgery (promoted from a

lectureship), October 27, 1908. F. L. Ackerman, Lecturer in Design in the College of Architecture

(Second Term), February 16, 1909. W. A. Riley, Secretary of the College of Agriculture, October 13,

1908. E. S. Guthrie, Instructor in Dairy Industry, September 30, 1908. A. D. DuBois, Instructor in Electrical Engineering, September 30,

1908. F. G. Anderson, Instructor in Experimental Electrical Engineering

(First Term), September 30, 1908, and Instructor in Civil

Engineering (Second Term), February 2, 1909. R. P. Davis and W. B. Cornell, Instructors in Civil Engineering,

September 30, 1908. E. K. Soper, Instructor in Economic Geology, September 30, 1908. R. D. Schrock, Instructor in Physiology and Pharmacology (pro

moted from an assistantship), September 30, 1908. C. Sturgis, Instructor in Romance Languages, September 30, 1908. G. E. Burnap, Instructor in Rural Art, October 13, 1908. M. P. Jones, Instructor in Extension Teaching, October 13, 1908. H. Stephenson, Instructor in Experimental Engineering, October 13,

1908. R. D. Smith, Instructor in Political Economy and Statistics (pro

moted from an assistantship), October 13, 1908. E. J. Bailey, Instructor in English, October 13, 1908. C. T. Stagg, Instructor in the College of Law, November 24, 1908.

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