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The University Record

of the


University of Florida


financial Report
of
Zhe Jlniversiiy of Florida


June, 1935


Vol. XXXI Series I No. 4


April 15, 1936


Published monthly by the University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida
Entered in the post office in Gainesville, Florida, as second-class matter,
under Act of Congress, August 24, 1912
Office of Publication, Gainesville, Fla.






TABItE OF CONTENTS


Schedule
Reference



Exhibit "A"
Schedule "A"

Exhibit "B"
Schedule "B-I"
Schedule "B-la"

Schedule "B-2"
Schedule "B-2a"

Schedule "B-2b"
Schedule "B-2c"
Schedule "B-2c-l"
Schedule "B-2c-2"
Schedule "B-2d"
Schedule "B-2d-1"
Schedule "B-2d-2"
Schedule "B-2d-3"
Schedule "B-2d-4"

Schedule "B-2d-5"
Schedule "B-2e"
Schedule "B-2f"
Schedule "B-2g"
Schedule "B-2h"
Schedule "B-21"

Exhibit "C"
Exhibit "D-l"
Schedule "D-la"
Schedule "D-lb"

Exhibit "D-2"
Schedule "D-2a"
Schedule "D-2b"
Schedule "D-2c"
Schedule "D-2d"


Title




Balance Sheet.......................................
Current General Funds...............................
Board of Control Funds..............................
Summary Statement of Current Funds..................
Statement of Current Income.........................
Statement of Current Expenditures (from Sources of
of Income) ..........................................
Statement of Current Expenditures...................
General Administrative Departments and General
University Expense..................................
Agricultural College................................
Agricultural Experiment Stations....................
United States Hatch and Adams Funds.................
United States Purnell Fund..........................
Agricultural Extension Service......................
United States Smith-Lever Fund......................
United States Capper-Ketcham Fund...................
United States Additional Cooperative Fund...........
Interest Earned on Federal Agricultural Extension
Funds...............................................
State Appropriation for Agricultural Extension......
College of Arts and Sciences........................
College of Business Administration..................
College of Engineering..............................
College of Education.................................
General Supervision,Operation and Maintenance of
Physical Plant......................................
Investments and Endowments..........................
Summary Statement of Plant Funds....................
Statement of Plant Fund Expenditures................
Statement of Capital Expenditures Made by F.E.R.A.
for Plant Extension.................................
Summary Statement of Investment in Plant............
Summary of Land.....................................
Inventory of Buildings..............................
Improvements Other Than Buildings...................
Summary of Equipment Inventory......................


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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA


REPORT OF THE BUSINESS MANAGER




To Dr. Jno. J. Tigert, President
University of Florida



Sir: I have the honor to submit herewith
the financial report for the year ending June 30,
1935.

This report is summarized and includes
a balance sheet with supporting schedules for the
University, Experiment Station, Agriculture Exten-
sion and other subsidiary departments and divisions.

It is set up, as far as practical, in
accordance with the general plan for institutional
accounting as recommended by the National Committee
on Standard Reports for Institutions of Higher
Learning.


Respectfully submitted,



Business Manager






FINANCIAL REPORT JUNE 30. 1935


CONDENSED SUMMARY



INCOME

The income for Educational and General purposes for the year 1934-35 amounted to 1,428,258.05,
and was derived from the following sources as itemized in Schedule B-1. This amount is the princi-
pal income for the University, Experiment Stations, Extension Divisions and Radio Station. A com-
parison of the same sources for the year 19353-34 is also included.

1933-34 1934-35
Student Fees 98,412.05 7.15% 125,376.81 8.78%
Federal Appropriations 248,531.98 18,05% 252,885.98 17.71%
State Appropriations 959,019.25 69.65% 962,273.58 67.57%
Endowment Income 6,234.85 .45% 4,994.13 .35%
Sales and Services of Educational
Departments 64,581.99 4.68% 82,424.73 5.77%
Other Sources 252.48 .02% 302.82 .02%

Income from Auxiliary Enterprises and Activities totalled 210,425.81, from Custodian Funds
359,058.85, and from Other Sources (Non-Educational) 200.20, as per Schedule B-1.

EXPENDITURES

Educational and General Expenditures for the year 1934-35 amounted to 1,483,749.68, as
itemized in Schedule B-2. These expenditures were for the following general purposes and are com-
pared with similar disbursements for 1933-34:

1933-34 1934-35
General Administration 76,976.69 5.74% 89,861.31 6.06%
Instruction and Departmental Research 486,702.29 36.31% 560,186.86 37.76%
Organized Research 385.622.49 28.62w 420,976.04 28.37%
Extension 300,542.88 22.42% 311,643.84 21.00%
Library and Museum 34,443.40 2.57% 31,467.84 2.12%
Operation of Physical Plant 58,164.89 4.34% 69,613.79 4.69%

Expenditures from Auxiliary Enterprises and Activities totalled 197,348.99, from Custodian
Funds 314,431.64, and from other sources (Non-Educational) 1,983.91. as per Schedule B-la.

CURRENT BALANCES

Unexpended funds on June 30, 1935, as per Exhibit B, were as follows:

University 1,638.35
Experiment Stations 20,924.06
Agricultural Extension 576.48
Auxiliary Enterprises and Activities 61.184.69
Custodian Funds 77,793.48

ENDOWMENT FUNDS

Permanent Endowments created by land-grants of the Federal Government and by private gifts
totalled 285,346.28 on June 30, 1935. This amount was derived from the following sources:

Land Grant Funds 221,796.28
Private Gifts for Departmental Use 40,000.00
Private Gifts for Scholarships 23,550.00

A detailed statement appears as Exhibit C showing investment of these funds.

PLANT FUNDS

The value of all property held by the University as of June 30, 1935, amounted to
6,158,262.64 distributed as follows:

Land 312,656.40
Buildings and other improvements 5,839,148.59
Equipment 2,006,457.65

These amounts are itemized in Schedules D-2a to D-2d.

UNIVERSITY CAFETERIA

The operation of the Cafeteria is on a non-profit basis, but it must be self-sustaining.
During the year 1934-35 there was a profit of 575.23.

Received from meals served 63,051.60
Total expenses 62353.55
718.05
Less: Cost of sales adjustment 142.82

Total net profit 575.23


Number of meals served................ 336,554
Income per meal....................... .1873

Cost per meal:
Raw food .1430
Personal service .0183
Other expense .0236 .1849
Profit per meal........ .0024
Income per person per day .561
Income per person per month 16.84






UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA


EXHIBIT "A"













ASSETS



I. CURRENT FUNDS

General Funds
Funds in State Treasury (Schedule "A") 23,299.13
Less: Reserve for Funds Reverting to
State Treasury 160.24

Cash in Hands of University (Schedule "A")

Inventory of Supplies:
University 94,217.90
Experiment Stations 27,607.03

Total Current Funds


II. BOARD OF CONTROL FUNDS

Cash
Cash in Banks (Schedule "A")
Petty Cash Funds (Schedule "A")

Investments

Total Board of Control Funds


III. ENDOWMENT FUNDS (Exhibit "C")

Investments
Uninvested Cash

Total Endowment Funds



IV. PLANT FUNDS

Unexpended
Funds in State Treasury (Exhibit "D-l")

Invested in Plant (Exhibit "D-2")
Land
Buildings and Improvements
Equipment

Total Plant Funds


100,878.17
25,000.00


125,878.17

13,100.00


138,978.17


279,300.00
6,046.28


285,346.28


105.23


312,656.40
3,839.148.59
2.006,457.65 6.158.262.64


GRAND TOTAL ASSETS


UNIVERSITY
BALANCE
JUNE 30


23,138.89

2,907.96



121,824.93


147,871.78


6.750,564.10






FINANCIAL REPORT JUNE 30. 1935 so


LIABILITIES


I. CURRENT FUNDS

General Funds
Current Balances: (Schedule "A")
University
Experiment Stations
Agricultural Extension

Vouchers Payable from Federal
Experiment Station Funds

Reserve for Supplies Inventory

Total Current Funds


II. BOARD OF CONTROL FUNDS (Schedule "A")

Auxiliary Activities Accounts
Custodian Accounts

Total Board of Control Funds



III. ENDOWMENT FUNDS (Exhibit "C")

U. S. Land Grant of 1862
Seminary Endowment
American Legion Endowment
Scholarship Endowments

Total Endowment Funds



IV. PLANT FUNDS

Unexpended
Unallotted Balance (Exhibit "D-l")

Invested in Plant (Exhibit "D-2")
Plant Investment
Museum Gifts and Acquirements
Federal Government Property

Total Plant Funds


GRAND TOTAL LIABILITIES


1,638.35
20,924.06
576.48


23,138.89


2,907.96

121,824.93


147,871.78


61,184.69
77,793.48


138,978.17


155,864.78
65,931.50
40,000.00
23,550.00


285,346.28


105.23


5,661,111.67
285,501.92
211.649.05 6.158.262.64


6.158,367.87


6.730.564.10






UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA


SCHEDULE "A"


CURRENT GENERAL FUNDS


Balance Reverted Carried
June 30 to Forward
1935 State to
1935-36


Funds in State Treasury:
University:
State Appropriation-Necessary and Regular Expense
State Appropriation-Chair of Americanism
University Incidental Fund
General Extension Division, Incidental Fund
Radio Station, Incidental Fund
Agricultural College Interest Fund
Total University Funds in State Treasury

Experiment Stations:
Experiment Station Incidental Fund
State Appropriation-Main Experiment Station
State Appropriation-Tomato Disease Investigations
State Appropriation-Strawberry Investigations
State Appropriation-Citrus Disease Investigations
State Appropriation-Potato Disease Investigations
State Appropriation-Pecan Insect Investigations
State Appropriation-Celery Investigations
State Appropriation-Fumigation Research
State Appropriation-Grape Pest Investigations
State Appropriation-Citrus Experiment Station
State Appropriation-Everglades Experiment Station
State Appropriation-North Florida Experiment Station
State Appropriation-Sub-Tropical Experiment Station
State Appropriation-Watermelon Investigations Laboratory
Total Experiment Station Funds in State Treasury

Agricultural Extension:
State Appropriation for Agricultural Extension
Federal Smith-Lever Interest Fund
Federal Lever Supplemental Interest Fund
Federal Capper-Ketcham Interest Fund
Federal Additional Co-operative Interest Fund
Total Agricultural Extension Funds in State Treasury

Total Current General Funds in State Treasury

Plant Funds:
Building Fund Chapter No. 14573

Total Funds in State Treasury


.06
.78
122.05
1,509.13
1.13
6.04
(1,639.19)


N0,924.06
1.77
3.44
.07
1.55
2.06
1.10
7.24
.90
1.09
.53
1.71
.90
1.50
.71


.06
.78
122.05
1,509.13
1.13
6.04
(.84) (1,638.35)


1.77
3.44
.07
1.55
2.06
1.10
7.24
.90
1.09
.53
1.71
.90
1.50
.71
(N7)


20,924.06













(0,924.06)


134.83 134.83
107.75 107.75
265.44 265.44
92.77 92.77
110.52 110.52
(711.31) (134.83) (576.48)

23,299.13 160.24 23,138.89


105.23 106.23

23,404.36 102 3241


BOARD OF CONTROL FUNDS


BUDGET FUNDS
Current General Funds
Florida Agricultural Experiment Station Federal Funds

Balance consists of:
First National Bank, Gainesville, Checking Account
for the Florida Agricultural Experiment Station

BOARD OF CONTROL FUNDS
Auxiliary Enterprises and Activities:
Cafeteria
Residence Balls
Infirmary
Bookstore
Duplicating Department
Total Cash Balances of Auxiliary Enterprises
and Activities
Dormitory Bonds

Total Auxiliary Enterprises and Activities Funds


2,907.96


2,906.96


915.65
40,265.47
3,481.25
8,421.96
.36


53,084.69
8,100.00


61,184.69





FIN.NI'



SCHEDULE "A", cont'd


Custodian Funds:
Student Activity Funds
Student Union Building Fund
R.O.T.C. Student Funds
Drug Research Fund
Southern Railway Loan Fund
Breakage and Reservation Fund
Smith-Hughes Agricultural Education Fund
Cash Deposit Funds
Scholarship and Loan Funds
F.E.R.A. Funds
F.E.R.A. Escrow Funds
F.E.R.A. Kitchen Rehabilitation Fund
Physical Education and Locker Fund
Murphree Memorial Fund
Parsons' Museum Fund
Total Cash Balances of Custodian Funds
Parsons' Museum Bonds

Total Custodian Funds

Total Board of Control Funds

Balance Consists of:
Cash in Banks:
First National Bank, Gainesville, Checking Account
Phifer State Bank, Gainesville, Savings Account
Florida National Bank, Jacksonville, Checking Acct.
Florida National Bank, Jacksonville, Savings Acct.
American National Bank, Pensacola, Savings Account
Total Board of Control Cash in Banks

University of Florida Petty Cash Funds
First National Bank, Gainesville, Checking Account
Phifer State Bank, Gainesville, Checking Account
Cash on Hand
Cash advanced on vouchers submitted to the Board
of Control
Total University of Florida Petty Cash Funds

Total Cash held as Board of Control Funds

Invested in Bonds

Total Board of Control Funds


7,170.16
3,348.93
1,065.95
462.54
1.86
7,013.00
3,600.00*
8,138.73
1,207.22
14.70*
7,370.00
38,837.46
30.00
2,691.53
929.20*








66,075.76
12,140.80
8,645.01
11,325.07
2,691.53


72,793.48
5,000.00


77,793.48

138 978.17


100,878.17


5,340.97
3,529.88
6,150.00

9,979.15
25 000.00

125,878.17

13,100.00


EXHIBIT "B"


SUMMARY STATEMENT OF CURRENT FUNDS
FOR THE YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1935


Balance at Beginning of the Year

Add:
Current Educational and General Income
(Schedule B-1)
Income of Auxiliary Enterprises (Schedule B-l)
Income of Custodian Accounts (Schedule B-1)
Other Non-Educational Income (Schedule B-1)

Deduct:
Current Educational and General Expenditures
(Schedule B-2)
Expenditures of Auxiliary Enterprises
(Schedule B-2)
Expenditures of Custodian Accounts
(Schedule B-la)
Other Non-Educational Expenditures
(Schedule B-2)

Balance June 30, 1935

Less Balances in State Appropriations
Reverting to State Treasury (Schedule "A")

Available balance June 30, 1935
Carried forward to 1935-36


161,848.61


1,428,258.06
210,425.81
359,058.85
200.20


1,997.942.91 2,159,791.52


1,483,794.68

197,348.99

314,431.64

1,983.91


1.997.514.22

162,277.30


160.24

162.117.06


*DEBIT BALANCE


138.978.17





1i. l 1 ljr1 I "I / 'iO.nin i


SCHEDULE "B-l"


STATEMENT OF CURRENT INCOME
(By Sources)
FOR THE YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1935


(1) EDUCATIONAL AND GENERAL:

1. Student Fees (Net, less Refunds
of 1,992.50)

2. Public Appropriations and Tax
Levies:
A. Federal:
Morrill Acts (1862, 1890)
Nelson Act (1907)
Hatch Act (1887)
Adams Act (1906)
Purnell Act (1925)
Smith-Lever Acts (1914, 1928)
Capper-Ketcham Act (1928)
Additional Extension Act (1930)
Smith-Hughes Act (1917)

B. State:
University
Agricultural Experiment Stations
Agricultural Extension
Radio Station
Smith-Hughes

3. Endowment Income
A. Funds from Private Gifts:
Interest on American Legion
Endowment

B. Funds from Public Sources:
Interest on Endowment from
U. S. Land Grant of 1862
Interest on Seminary
Endowment

4. Receipts from Sales and Services
of Educational Departments
A. Agricultural Sales
B. Experiment Stations
C. General Extension Division
D. Radio Station
E. Miscellaneous Departmental Sales

5. Income from other Sources:
A. Interest earned on current funds:
Federal Smith-Lever Fund
Federal Capper-Ketcham Fund
Federal Additional Extension Fund

Total Current Educational and General Income
(Exhibit "B")


(2) AUXILIARY ENTERPRISES AND ACTIVITIES
1. Bookstore
2. Cafeteria
3. Dormitories
4. Duplicating Department
5. Infirmary

Total Income of Auxiliary Enterprises
and Activities (Exhibit "B")


(3) CUSTODIAN FUNPS
1. Student Organization Funds
2. Student Cash Deposits
3. Scholarship Funds
4. Breakage and Room Reservation
5. Locker Service Fund
6. F.E.R.A. Student Aid Funds
7. F.E.R.A. Kitchen Rehabilitation Fund
8. Student Union Building Fund
9. R.O.T.C. Student Funds
10. Drug Research Fund
11. Other Custodian Funds

Total Income of Custodian Funds (Exhibit "B")


(4) OTHER NON-EDUCATIONAL INCOME
1. Parsons' Museum Funds (Exhibit "B")


125,376.81


12,500.00
12,500.00
15,000.00
15,000.00
60,000.00
84,684.24
26,556.74
23,500.00
3.146.00


564,103.15
301,318.80
68,705.63
25,000.00
3.146.00


2,585.93

2A. 20


252,885.98





962.273.58 1,216,159.56


2,200.00




2.794.13



1,548.88
25,995.14
44,268.43
4,339.14
6,273.14



192.24
53.28
57.30






84,284.64
63,051.60
34,774.82
5,204.57
23.110.18






59,052.71
137,351.29
42,849.14
12,727.65
883.50
40,069.13
39,000.00
10,500.00
12,906.65
1,000.00
2,718.78


4,994.13






82,424.73





302.82


1 428.258.05


210,.428.81


59 200.2085
200.20






FIN.IN(. IL REPORT ./UNL' :10. 193. 93


SCHEDULE "B-la"


STATEMENT OF CURRENT EXPENDITURES
(From Sources of Income)
FOR THE YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1935


(1) EDUCATIONAL AND GENERAL

1. Expenditures from Student Fees

2. Expenditures from Public Appro-
priations and Tax Levies:
A. Federal:
Morrill Acts (1862, 1890)
Nelson Act (1907)
Hatch Act (1887)
Adams Act (1906)
Purnell Act (1925)
Smith-Lever Acts (1914, 1926)
Capper-Ketcham Act (1928)
Additional Extension Act (1930)
Smith-Hughes Act (1917)

B. State:
University
Agricultural Experiment Stations
Agricultural Extension
Radio Station
Smith-Hughes

3. Expenditures from Endowment Income:
A. Funds from Private Gifts:
Interest on American Legion Endowment

B. Funds from Public Sources:
Interest on Endowment from U. S.
Land Grant of 1862
Interest on Seminary Endowment

4. Expenditures from Sales and
Educational Departments
A. Agricultural
B. Experiment Stations
C. General Extension Division
D. Radio Station
E. Miscellaneous Departmental Sales

5. Expenditures from other Sources:
A. Interest earned on current funds
Federal Smith-Lever Fund
Federal Capper-Ketcham Fund
Federal Additional Co-operative Fund

Total Current Educational and General Expenditures

(2) EXPENDITURES FROM AUXILIARY ENTERPRISES AND
ACTIVITIES (Board of Control Funds):
1. Bookstore *1
2. Cafeteria *2
3. Dormitories *3
4. Duplicating Department *4
5. Infirmary 5

(3) EXPENDITURES FROM CUSTODIAN ACCOUNTS
(Board of Control Funds)
1. Student Organization Funds *6
2. Student Cash Deposits
3. Scholarship Funds *7
4. Breakage and Room Reservation *8
5. Locker Service Fund
6. F.E.R.A. Student Aid Funds
7. F.E.R.A. Kitchen Rehabilitation Fund
8. Student Union Building Fund *9
9. R.0.T.C. Student Funds *10
10. Drug Research Fund
11. Other Custodian Funds

(4) EXPENDITURES FROM OTHER NON-EDUCATIONAL INCOME:
1. Parsons' Museum Funds


164,656.98


12,500.00
12,500.00
15,000.00
15,000.00
60,000.00
84,684.24
26,555.74
23,500.00
3.569.75


569,163.01
317,209.50
70,250.74
25,000.00
3.569.75


2,579.89
208.20


253,309.73





985.195.00 1,238,502.73


2,200.00



2. 788.09



1,548.88
19,486.86
43,740.87
4,339.29
6,273.14



115.26
27.16
70.42


4,988.09






75,389.04




212.84

1.483,749.68


80,944.83
62,333.55
27,001.23
5,248.98
21,820.40 197,348.99



54,392.82
135,423.71
42,509.72
11,283.71
853.60
32,713.83
162.54
23,935.56
12,268.73
830.52
57.00 314,431.64


1.983.91






'/I I.IRSITY (IF F.ORIDA


SCHEDULE B-la", cont'd


UNIVERSITY BOOKSTORE*1
DISBURSEMENTS FOR 1934-35



Books 35,185.87
Merchandise 10,181.63
Equipment 499.23
Salaries 1,992.00
Student Help 317.10
Fountain Merchandise 24,340.30
Fountain Labor 4,595.35
Janitor and Laundry 294.88
Incidentals 719.03
Ice 206.09
Advertising 92.50
Repairs and Upkeep 172.47
Heat and Lights 1,106.20
Supplies 1,243.18
80 944.83





UNIVERSITY CAFETERIA*2
DISBURSEMENTS FOR 1934-35

Groceries 25,808.41
Meats and Eggs 14,636.20
Butter 2,850.83
Milk and Cheese 4,925.43
Lights and Fuel 2,134.64
Laundry 985.55
Repairs and Upkeep 708.01
Supplies 2,563.586
Ice 473.34
Incidentals 137.41
Salaries 1,360.00
Labor 4,802.35
Refunds 87.53
Equipment 860.29
62 333.55






UNIVERSITY DORMITORIES
DISBURSEMENTS FOR 1934-35


Supplies 586.21
Labor 6,952.09
Salaries 1,970.00
Repairs and Upkeep 5,061.86
Refunds 328.05
Lights and Fuel 2,686.15
Incidentals 470.98
Ice 17.39
Equipment 4,738.76
Rebate to Cafeteria Students 584.00
Addition to Cafeteria Kitchen 1,250.72
Recreation Hall 218.89
Dormitory Projects 894.22
General College and Honorarium Speakers 1,241.91

27 001.23






DUPLICATING DEPARTMENT*4
DISBURSEENTS FOR 1934-35


Labor 5,191.02
Repairs and Upkeep 36.68
Supplies 8.98
Incidentals 12.30
5 248.98






FINANCIAL REPORT JUNE 30. 1935




SCHEDULE "B-la", cont'd


UNIVERSITY INFIRMAr*5
DISBURSEMENTS FOR 1934-35



Salaries and Labor 10,030.83
Food, Meals, Milk 4,438.45
Equipment 899.56
Ice 107.64
Incidentals 104.87
Laundry 1,502.40
Supplies 720.96
Heat, Light and Fuel 1,554.92
Drugs and Medicine 1,798.91
Refunds 192.76
Repairs and Upkeep 200.16
Special Nursing Service 268.95








STUDENT ORGANIZATION FUNDS*6
REPORT OF DISBURSEMENTS
1934-1935


Athletic Association 25,579.50
Alligator 6,082.05
Literary Societies 323.43
Literary Society Sinking Fund 0 -
Debating Council 1,548.43
Lyceum Council 2,080.44
Seminole 13,058.60
"F" Book 531.71
Glee Club 903.67
Dramatic Fund 990.91
Student Union Building 1.00
Special Fund 1,967.48
Pep Club 314.69
Rat Cap 671.75
Interest Earned Account
Business Office 339.26








SCHOLARSHIP FUNDS*7
DISBURSEMENTS FOR 1934-35


Rehabilitation 2,073.42
Teachers 5,392.40
Interfraternity Conference 1,297.00
Education Trustees Scholarship 19,889.73
Senatorial 2,688.35
College Girls 1,356.85
Miscellaneous 7,955.04
Colonial Dames 195.03
Knights of Pythias 100.00
Knight Templar 1,011.90
Orlando University Club 550.00








BREAKAGE AND RESERVATION FUND.8
DISBURSEMENTS FOR 1934-35


Breakage Coupons Transferred to Depart-
ments or Refunded to Students 6,087.47
Overplus Transferred to University
Incidentals 1,000.00
Room Reservation Fees Refunded 4.196.24

11 283.71






UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA


SCHEDULE "B-la", Cont'd


STUDENT UNION BUILDING *9
DISBURSEMENTS FOR 1934-35


MATERIALS:

Shaw and Keeter Motor Co.
Baird Hardware Company
Stringfellow Grocery
Thomas Company
Paul Smith Construction Co.
Excelsior Mills
Florida Crushed Stone Co.
Coca-cola Company
Duke Lumber Company
Ramsey Lumber Company
Crane Company
Builders Service Co.
Trotter Mfg. Co.
James Gehrig
Dell Plumbing Co.
Raybro Electric Co.
T. A. Pack
Cameron and Barkley
A. J. Harvey
W. G. Boltin
The Trane Co.
Universal Window Co.
Culver Roofing Co.
General Electric Co.
Graybar Electric Co.
Winter Haven Planing Co.
Perry Paint and Glass Co.
McCoy Mfg. Co., Inc.
Truscon Steel 6o.
Dixie Lime Products
E. I. DuPont de Nemours Co.
Steward-Mellon Co.
F.E.R.A.
Central Grocery Co.



LABOR:

0. H. Custead, et al
Leroy Schoch
J. M. Cameron, et al
W. Robinson, et al
Frank Tugwell
J. Davis, et al
C. B. Worthington, et al
Russell Hill
D. L. Sheppard, et al
Clarence Stunford, et al
W. W. Wigglesworth, et al
Edgar Daniels, et al
F. Ahrens, et al
Robert Morgan



OTHER COSTS:

Department of Architecture
T. A. Pack
F.E.R.A.
West Coast eIe Company
S.A.L. Railway
University of Florida
Hotel Park Corporation
Morris-Cannon
Motor Vehicle Commission
Florida Times Union and
Gainesville Sun
Postal Telegraph Company
Waters and Walker
A.C.L. and Railway Express Agency
Vidal Drug Company
University City Transfer
Standard Oil Company
Luther E. Blake
Firestone Service Stores
University of Florida
University of Florida
Maintenance Department
University of Florida Bookstore
University Stores


Ford truck
bolts, saw, glue, wire
sheet metal, dry color
wrecking bars, tongs
lumber, brick, Jacks
excelsior
crushed stone
empty barrels
lumber
lumber, plaster, shingles
lead, drains, reducers
flues, cement, lumber
window frames
concrete mixer chain
plumbing connections
steel tubes, connectors
caps, plugs
copper, copper rivets, nuts
soil fittings
split sugar bags
float drips, trap fittings
sashes
copper shanks
switches, condulets
covers
sash, window screens
point driver
lumber
casements
lime
zinc crystals
wall stretchers
tile
celite


labor
extra services
labor
labor
labor
labor
labor
labor
labor
labor
labor
labor
labor
labor


plans, etc.
rental on equipment
commitments paid
ice
freight on stone
gas, oil and grease
rental on hand pump
insurance on truck
tag and title

advertisement for bids
telegrams
transportation of laborers
freight and express on materials
bulb, glycerin
lead pipe, etc.
grease
welding and burning
lubrication and gear lubricant
drayage

rivets, etc.
pencils, paper
pad


445.00
419.91
1,029.48
12.10
125.00
3.00
73.65
6.00
6.10
452.56
396.65
227.46
1,193.65
9.50
2.25
49.28
14.23
236.13
2.00
1.00
100.60
61.96
9.60
48.72
18.88
816.23
3.65
22.40
28.00
236.25
5.73
498.13
471.54
30.00

7,046.64



156.55
770.67
120.00
150.00
24.50
60.00
60.00
36.00
30.00
90.40
137.00
150.40
56.25
1.60

1843.37



4,142.38
300.00
9,984.32
29.95
73.20
238.45
12.00
44.10
2.25

5.88
1.27
30.00
100.63
1.10
7.27
.60
64.50
2.50
1.00

1.18
2.77
.20

15 045.56

25,935.56









STATEMENT OF CURRENT EXPENDITURES
FOR THE YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1935


Total Salaries Other
and Operating
Wages Expense


(1) Educational and General

1. General Administration and Expense
(Schedule B-2a)

2. Instruction and Departmental
Research:
Graduate School
College of Agriculture
(Schedule B-2b)
College of Arts and Sciences
(Schedule B-2e)
College of Business Administra-
tion (Schedule B-2f)
College of Engineering
(Schedule B-2g)
School of Architecture
College of Law
College of Education
(Schedule B-2h)
Athletics and Physical Education
Military Department
Department of Music
Summer School

3. Organized Research:
Agricultural Experiment Stations
(Schedule B-2c)

4. Extension:
Agricultural (Schedule B-2d)
General
Institute of Inter-American
Affairs
Radio Station

5. Library and Museum
Library
Museum

6. Operation and Maintenance of
Physical Plant (Schedule B-21)


(2) Auxiliary Enterprises and
Activities
1. Bookstore
2. Cafeteria
3. Dormitories
4. Duplicating Department
5. Infirmary



(3) Other Non-Educational Expenses
1. Gifts (Parsons' Fund)


89,861.31 61,493.03 25,976.39 4,391.89


10,687.27

58,598.78

210,690.19

40,466.41

52,979.46
14,313.11
24,376.22

82,753.11
21,526.01
5,258.24
7,036.14
31,501.92


8,593.00

50,080.79

187,533.27

39,205.67

44,905.71
13,804.50
22,849.00

73,503.46
18,450.30
3,326.43
6,131.00
30,035.60


107.46

7,814.66

18,682.38

1,047.20

5,003.39
494.83
190.79

6,139.08
1,414.53
1,743.33
773.70
1,230.21


1,986.81

703.33

4,474.54

213.54

3,070.36
13.78
1,336.43

3,110.57
1,661.18
188.48
131.44
236.11


420,976.04 303,621.01 95,267.73 22,087.30


210,923.88
68,620.12

2,760.55
29,339.29


167,542.72
52,239.42

2,623.00
19,231.65


40,595.58
14,802.95

137.55
8,893.79


2,785.58
1,577.75


1,213.85


265,382.91 19,892.37 751.44 4,739.10
6,084.93 5,166.86 600.79 317.28


69,613.79 39,799.78 26,482.70 3.331.31

1,483.749.68 1.170.028.57 256,150.48 57,570.63



80,944.83 6,904.45 73,541.15 499.23
62,333.55 6,162.35 55,310.91 860.29
27,001.23 8,922.09 11,195.44 6,883.70
5,248.98 5,191.02 57.96
21,820.40 10,299.78 10,621.06 899.56

197.348.99 37,479.69 150726.5 9141.


1_983.91 975.00 287.50 21.41


SCHEDULE "B-2a"


STATEMENT OF CURRENT EXPENDITURES FOR
GENERAL ADMINISTRATIVE DEPARTMENTS
AND GENERAL UNIVERSITY EXPENSE


Total


GENERAL ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICES
AND DEPARTMENTS:
President's Office
Business Office
Dean of Students
Placement Bureau
Registrar
Publicity
Social Service
General Expense


11,764.91
27,357.98
7,213.89
160.00
17,883.88
5,043.50
2,961.00
17,476.15


Salaries Other
and Operating
Wages Expense


10,063.00
22,259.05
6,068.95
160.00
13,899.58
3,548.55
2,961.00
2,532.90


1,430.17
4,160.71
863.44

3,690.91
1,487.95

12, 343.21


SCHEDULE "B-2"


Capital
Outlay


Capital
Outlay



271.74
938.22
281.50

293.39
7.00

2 600.04











SCHEDULE "B-Sb"


STATEMENT OF CURRENT EXPENDITURES FOR
AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE



Total Salaries Other Capital
and Operating Outlay
Wages Expense


INSTRUCTION AND DEPARTMENTAL
RESEARCH:
Administration and General
Expense
Agricultural Economics
Agricultural Engineering
Agronomy
Animal Husbandry
Botany and Bacteriology
Entomology and Plant
Pathology
Horticulture
Poultry Husbandry
Veterinary Science

Total (Schedule B-2)


11,409.13 9,630.23 1,746.67 32.23
7,014.39 6,590.25 624.14
3,221.42 3,142.00 57.78 21.64
5,626.49 5,067.85 528.02 30.62
7,026.96 5,285.19 1,631.92 109.85
7,917.41 6,202.70 1,565.65 149.06

3,832.00 2,937.25 578.78 315.97
6,719.68 6,191.57 506.80 21.31
4,115.50 3,530.75 562.10 22.65
1,715.80 1.703.00 12.80 _

58,598.78 50.080.79 7.814.66 703.33


( ,A I1./II IM WI/ ILIII/11I.1






SCHEDULE "B-2c"


STATEMENT OF CURRENT EXPENDITURES FOR FLORIDA
AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATIONS


Grand From From
Total State Federal
Appropriation Funds


MAIN EXPERIMENT STATION
Administration
Agricultural Economics
Agronomy
Animal Husbandry
Chemistry
Editorial and Mailing
Entomology
Rome Economics
Horticulture
Library
Pathology
Reserve for all Stations


BRANCH EXPERIMENT STATIONS
Tomato Disease Investigations
Laboratory, Bradenton
Strawberry Investigations Laboratory,
Plant City
Citrus Disease Investigations Laboratory,
Cocoa
Potato Disease Investigations Laboratory,
Hastings
Pecan Insect Investigations Laboratory,
Monticello
Celery Investigations Laboratory, Sanford
Fumigation Research Laboratory,
Gainesville
Grape Pest Investigations Laboratory,
Leesburg
Citrus Experiment Station, Lake Alfred
Everglades Experiment Station,
Belle Glade
North Florida Experiment Station, Quincy
Sub-Tropical Experiment Station, Homestead
Watermelon Investigations Laboratory,
Leesburg

Total (Schedule B-2)


57,595.63
18,222.24
22,349.95
48,889.91
18,731.99
12,026.13
16,8636.40
12,826.95
37,470.46
5,668.76
29,684.11
1,788.28

281.889.81



2,937.05

6,405.07

3,499.38

5,357.83

2,914.06
6,673.28

3,773.35

3,570.81
11,552.02

53,568.61
21,993.64
10,595.21

6,245.92

420,976.04


49,067.63

15,037.66
27,815.34
13,395.67
12,026.13
13,641.73

23,990.74
5,668.76
19,897.16
1.788.28

182,329.10



2,937.05

6,405.07

3,499.38

5,357.83

2,914.06
6,673.28

3,773.35

3,570.81
11,548.37

50,374.65
20,985.42
10,595.21



317.209.60


7,863.00
18,222.24
7,172.89
12,360.26
5,327.82

2,994.67
12,825.95
13,448.52

9,784.65


90 000.00


From Sales
and Interest
Earned


665.00

139.40
8,714.31
8.50



31.20

2.30


9.560.71


Salaries Other
and Operating
Wages Expenses


31,560.97
16,288.50
19,025.73
31,826.44
14,800.60
5,090.00
14,885.33
9,778.92
27,434.55
4,173.10
26,704.01
579.29

202,147.44


2,426.47

5,452.09

2,875.99

3,897.17


21,502.22
1,925.74
2,982.04
15,961.56
3,627.62
6,936.13
1,447.54
1,970.62
8,832.58
281.46
2,710.83
115.14

68,293.48



444.61

936.10

615.77

978.66


Capital
Outlay



4,532.44
8.00
342.18
1,101.91
303.77

303.53
1,076.41
1,203.33
1,214.20
269.27
1.093.85

11,448.89



65.97

16.88

7.62

482.00


1,583.32 845.25 485.49
3,619.44 1,009.18 2,044.66

3,198.98 182.82 391.55

2,763.50 612.36 194.95
3.65 8,845.38 2,484.06 222.58

3,193.96 38,907.42 9,970.25 4,690.94
1,008.22 15,171.67 5,001.00 1,820.97
8,009.72 2,497.02 88.47

____ 4.722.42 1.397.17 126.33
90.000.00 13.766.54 303,621.01 95,267.73 22.087.30






NI.\I'1RSIT) OF 'I.OiIp.I1


SCHEDULE "B-2c-l"


STATEMENT OF CURRENT EXPENDITURES OF
UNITED STATES HATCH AND ADAMS FUNDS



Total
(All Salaries)


HATCH FUND:
Administration
Agronomy
Animal Husbandry
Chemistry
Horticulture
Plant Pathology

ADAMS FUND:
Agronomy
Chemistry
Entomology
Horticulture
Plant Pathology


7,863.00
1,300.00
900.00
1,800.00
2,100.00
1,037.00


1,479.34
3,527.82
2,994.67
1,400.00
5,598.17


15,000.00





15,000.00

30 000.00


SCHEDULE "B-2c-2"


STATEMENT OF CURRENT EXPENDITURES OF
UNITED STATES PURNELL FUND


Grand Salaries Other
Total and Current
Wages Expenses


Agricultural Economics
Home Economics
Agronomy
Animal Husbandry
Horticulture
Pathology


18,222.24 16,288.50 1,925.74 8.00
12,825.95 9,778.92 1,970.62 1,076.41
4,393.55 4,089.85 261.38 42.32
11,460.26 9,463.25 1,499.50 497.51
9,948.52 8,091.02 1,857.50
3,149.48 2.886.44 201.04 62.00

60,000.00 60,597.98 7,716.78 1,686.24


Capital
Outlay






SCHEDULE "B-2d"


STATEMENT OF CURRENT EXPENDITURES FOR
AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION SERVICE


Grand
Total


Administration
Printing and Publication
County Agents
Boys Agriculture Clubs
Home Demonstration Work
Food Conservation
Home Improvement
Dairy Husbandry
Animal Husbandry
Farm and Home Makers Clubs
Citriculture
Poultry Husbandry
Extension Schools
Agricultural Economics
Florida National Egg-Laying Contest

Total (Schedule B-2)


8,909.98
10,032.34
57,238.05
7,544.93
62,267.05
3,349.81
4,004.58
5,138.80
2,133.19
20,922.96
4,589.27
4,052.39
1,067.54
8,063.06
11,609.93

210,923.88


From From
State Federal
Appropriation Funds


4,924.53
5,823.35
17,739.50
4,217.43
16,713.67
649.81
1,043.58
2,003.80
653.19
2,529.23
1,375.27
1,007.39
1,067.54
4,609.84
5,892.61

70,250.74


3,826.25
4,208.99
39,441.91
3,327.50
45,553.38
2,700.00
2,961.00
3,135.00
1,480.00
18,393.73
3,214.00
3,045.00

3,453.22


134,739.98


From Sales Salaries and
and Interest Wages
Earned


169.20 6,116.95
3,827.33
56.64 48,465.35
5,259.50
55,941.38
2,700.00
2,961.00
4,035.00
1,480.00
19,128.44
3,214.00
3,045.00
105.00
5,456.12
5,717.32 5.807.65

5,933.16 167,542.72


Other
Operating
Expense


1,729.53
6,205.01
8,165.72
2,261.78
6,140.97
649.81
1,043.58
1,103.80
653.19
1,746.80
1,369.89
1,007.39
941.54
2,606.94
4,969.63

40 695.58


Capital
Outlay



1,063.50

606.98
23.65
184.70




47.72
5.38

21.00

832.65

2. 785.58






102 UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA




SCHEDULE "B-2d-l"


STATEMENT OF CURRENT EXPENDITURES OF
UNITED STATES SMITH-LEVER FUND


Grand Salaries Other
Total and Operating
Wages Expense


Administration
Printing and Publication
County Agents
Home Demonstration Work
Food Conservation
Home Improvement
Dairy Husbandry
Animal Husbandry
Farm and Home Makers Clubs
Citriculture
Poultry Husbandry


3,826.25
4,169.08
30,953.63
22,007.88
2,700.00
2,961.00
3,135.00
1,480.00.


3,426.25
3,710.33
29,836.07
22,007.88
2,700.00
2,961.00
3,135.00
1,480.00


458.75
1,117.56


Capital
Outlay



400.00


7,192.40 7,075.66 116.74
3,214.00 3,214.00
3,045.00 3,045.00 _____ _____

84.684.24 82591.19 1.693.05 400.00


SCHEDULE "B-2d-2"


STATEMENT OF CURRENT EXPENDITURES OF
UNITED STATES CAPPER-KETCHAM FUND


Total Salaries Other
and Operating
Wages Expenses


Capital
Outlay


Printing and Publications
County Agents
Boys Agricultural Clubs
Home Demonstration Work
Farm and Home Makers Clubs
Agricultural Economics


39.91
5,556.17
3,327.50
10,121.50
7,494.00
16.66

26 555.74


39.91
5,554.96 1.21
3,327.50
10,121.50
7,494.00
16.66

26.514.62 41.12


SCHEDULE "B-2d-3"


STATEMENT OF CURRENT EXPENDITURES OF
UNITED STATES ADDITIONAL CO-OPERATIVE FUND


County Agents
Home Dem onstration Work
Farm and Home Makers Clubs
Agricultural Economics


Total Salaries Other Capital
and Operating Outlay
Wages Expense


2,932.11 2,927.08 5.03
13,424.00 13,424.00
3,707.33 3,707.33
3,436.56 3,436.56 _____

23 500.00 23 494.97 5.03 _






FI.INACIAL REPORT .ICNE 30< 1935 103


SCHEDULE "B-2d-4"


STATEMENT OF CURRENT EXPENDITURES OF
INTEREST EARNED ON FEDERAL AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION FUNDS
1934-35


Total


INTEREST EARNED ON FEDERAL SMITH-LEVER FUND:
Administration
County Agents




INTEREST EARNED ON FEDERAL CAPPER-'ETCHAM FUND:
Administration



INTEREST EARNED ON FEDERAL ADDITIONAL
CO-OPERATIVE FUND:
Administration
County Agents


104.11
11.15

115.26



27.16

27.16




24.93
45.49

70.42

212.84


Operating
Expense



104.11
11.15

115.26



27.16

27.16




24.93
45.49

70.42

212.84


SCHEDULE "B-2d-5"


STATEMENT OF CURRENT EXPENDITURES FOR
STATE APPROPRIATION FOR AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION


Total Salaries Other
and Operating
Wages Expense


Administration
Printing and Publication
County Agents
Boys Agricultural Clubs
Home Demonstration Work
Food Conservation
Home Improvement
Dairy Husbandry
Animal Husbandry
Farm and Home Makers Clubs
Citriculture
Poultry Husbandry
Extension Schools
Agricultural Economics
Florida National Egg-Laying
Contest


4,924.53
5,823.35
17,739.50
4,217.43
16,713.67
649.81
1,043.58
2,003.80
653.19
2,529.23
1,375.27
1,007.39
1,067.54
4,609.84

5.892.61

70. 250.74


2

10
1
10


2



32


,690.70 1,b70.33
117.00 5,706.35
,147.24 6,985.28
,932.00 2,261.78
,388.00 6,140.97
649.81
1,043.58
900.00 1,103.80
653.19
851.45 1,630.06
1,369.89
1,007.39
105.00 941.54
,002.90 2,606.94

.726.45 2.045.51

860.74 35,716.42


Capital
Outlay



663.50

606.98
23.65
184.70




47.72
5.38

21.00


120.65

1 673.58






104 CNi/l ER7llY OFr FLORID I




SCHEDULE "B-2e"


STATEMENT OF CURRENT EXPENDITURES FOR
COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES


Total Salaries Other
and Operating
Wages Expense


Administration and General Expense
Agricultural Chemistry
Ancient Language
Bible
Biology and Geology
Chemical Engineering
Chemistry
English
French
History and Political Science
Journalism
Mathematics
Philosophy
Psychology
Vocational Guidance
Physics
Sociology
Spanish and German
Speech
School of Pharmacy General
Pharmacognosy and Pharmacology
Pharmacy Department

Total (Schedule "B-2")


13,916.46
4,325.53
2,707.00
1,553.33
16,131.51
4,100.30
35,495.59
23,745.09
7,204.95
12,100.98
5,434.66
20,559.82
3,807.00
6,472.42
2,018.57
16,144.60
6,253.79
9,711.00
4,973.01
4,206.76
2,425.31
8.402.51

210 690.19


12,176.90
3,496.00
2,707.00
1,553.33
13,648.50
3,631.00
23,014.89
23,582.00
7,191.00
12,026.00
5,386.00
20,492.50
3,807.00
5,182.00
1,980.00
14,531.80
6,105.50
9,711.00
4,888.00
3,811.50
1,524.60
7.186.75

187,533.27


SCHEDULE "B-2f"


STATEMENT OF CURRENT EXPENDITURES OF
COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION


Salaries Other
and Operating
Wages Expense


Administration and General Expense
Economics and Business Administration

Total (Schedule "B-2")


7,062.64 6,213.70 687.66 161.28
33,403.77 32,991.97 359.54 52.26

40,466.41 39.205.67 1,047.20 213.54


SCHEDULE "B-2g"


STATEMENT OF CURRENT EXPENDITURES FOR
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING


Grand Salaries Other
Total and Operating
Wages Expense


Administration and General Expense
Civil Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Drawing and Mechanic Arts

Total (Schedule "B-S")


10,296.68
9,234.20
12,393.28
11,168.80
9.886.50

52,979.46


7,870.65 1,303.43 1,122.60
8,490.40 274.86 468.94
9,392.31 2,108.17 892.80
9,985.35 700.36 483.09
9 167.00 616.57 102.93

44,905.71 5,003.39 3. 070.36


Capital
Outlay



262.44
164.72


629.78
366.04
2,023.67
46.43


2.00


128.48
24.68
468.84
28.66

30.00
193.89
68.91
46.00

4.474.54


1,477.12
664.81


1,953.23
103.26
10,457.03
116.66
13.95
74.98
46.66
67.32

161.94
13.89
1,153.96
119.63

55.01
201.37
831.80
1.169.76

18.682.38


Total


Capital
Outlay


Capital
Outlay






IIN.IN'l IL REPORT I.'NL 3l. 19i35 105


SCHELnLE "B-2h"


STATEMENT OF CURRENT EXPENDITURES FOR
COLLEGE OF EDUCATION


Administration and General Expense
Theory and Art of Teaching
Educational Administration
Secondary Education and Educational
Psychology
Agricultural Education
Health and Physical Education
P. K. Yonge Laboratory School

Total (Schedule B-2)


6


Grand Salaries Other
Total and Operating
Wages Expense


,874.07 5,672.00 1,075.43


2,284.00
3,807.00

9,663.00
7,139.50
2,400.00
42.537.96

73 503.46


2,264.00
3,807.00

9,663.00
7,139.50
2,400.00
50,585.54

82,753.11


Capital
Outlay



126.44


5,063.65 2,983.93

6,139.08 3 110.57


SCHEDULE "B-21"


STATEMENT OF CURRENT EXPENDITURES FOR
GENERAL SUPERVISION,OPERATION AND
MAINTENANCE OF PHYSICAL PLANT


Janitor Service
Campus Police
Gasoline and Oil
Truck Upkeep and Drayage
Heat, Light and Power
Maintenance and Upkeep of Buildings
Electrical Maintenance
Maintenance of Grounds


Total Salaries Other Capital
and Operating Outlay
Wages Expense


15,122.15 14,209.34 834.06 78.75
783.37 783.37
1,257.87 1,177.89 79.98
274.26 274.26
15,874.97 1,650.60 13,793.21 431.16
19,020.63 10,585.92 6,264.30 2,170.41
5,222.32 3,267.20 1,818.25 136.87
12,058.22 9,303.35 2,320.73 434.14

69,613.79 39 799.78 26,482.70 3. 331.31


EXHIBIT "C"


INVESTMENTS AND ENDOWMENTS


BOARD OF CONTROL FUNDS:
Dormitories:
City of Gainesville Improvement Bonds
United States Treasury Bonds

Parsons Trust Fund
United States Treasury Bonds

Total Investments (Exhibit "A")

ENDOWMENTS:
American Legion Endowment
Suwanee County 5j% Suwanee River
Scenic Highway Bonds


1,600.00
6,500.00


8,100.00


5,000.00

13,100.00




40,000.00





UNIVERSITY OF FLORID.I


EXHIBIT "C", cont'd


Land Grant Endowment
Alachua County Road District No. 1 Bonds 6 27,000.00
Holmes County School District No. 8 Bonds 6S 8,500.00
Pasco County Road Bonds S 2,000.00
Pinellas County Highway Bonds 5 9,000.00
Taylor County Road Bonds 5% 21,000.00
Fort Pierce Municipal Refunding Bonds 6% 60,000.00
Lakeland Water Main Extension Bonds 5% 8,000.00
Plant City General Municipal Bonds 6% 9,000.00
Vero Street Improvement Bonds 6% 2,000.00
Vero Beach Refunding Bonds 6% 2,000.00
Vero Beach Refunding Bonds 6% 1,500.00

Total Invested Cash 150,000.00

Uninvested Cash 5.864.78 155,864.78

Seminary Endowment (This fund is held jointly
for the University of Florida and the
Florida State College for Women, the
interest earned being divided equally
between the two institutions.)

Broward County Highway Bonds 6% 5,000.00
Gadsden County School District No. 4 Bonds 5% 10,000.00
Hernando County Road Bonds 5% 25,000.00
Holmes County School District No. 8 Bonds 6% 6,500.00
Marian County Road Bonds % 20,000.00
Putnam County Road District No. 6 Bonds 13,000.00
Taylor County Road Bonds 6,000.00
Fort Myers Street and Sidewalk Bonds 5 9,000.00
Leesburg Improvement Bonds 5% 17,000.00
Live Oak Public Improvement Bonds 5% 16,500.00
Quincy Street Paving Bonds 5% 3.500.00

Total Invested 131,500.00

Uninvested Cash 363.01

131,863.01

University of Florida Share 65,931.50


SCHOLARSHIP ENDOWMENTS:

Gilchrist Scholarship Fund
City of Jacksonville Bonds 5% 9,000.00
U. S. Treasury Bond 3-3/8% 500.00 9,500.00

Wm. Lorirg Spencer Scholarship Fund
City of Jacksonville Bonds 5% 1,000.00

Hamm Scholarship Fund
City of Jacksonville Bonds 5% 5,000.00
U. S. Fourth Liberty Loan Bond 44% 50.00 5,050.00

David Yulee Scholarship Fund
City of Jacksonville Bonds 4-% 5,000.00

David Yulee Lectureship Fund
City of Jacksonville Bonds 4j% 3,000.00

TOTAL ENDOWMENTS (Exhibit "A") 285.346.28




EXHIBIT "D-I"




SUMMARY STATEMENT OF PLANT FUNDS

Balance July 1, 1934 5,317.31

Additions during 1934-35
Interest earned on State Funds 5.478.32 10,795.63

Deductions during 1934-35: (Schedule D-la)
Expended for Plant Extension:
New Buildings 2,682.98
Improvements to existing buildings 2,690.11
Additions other than buildings 5,317.31 10,690.40

Balance June 30, 1935:
(State Appropriation, Chapter No. 14573) 105.23






FINANCIAL REPORT JUNE 30. 1935 107




SCHEDULE "D-la"


STATEMENT OF PLANT FUND EXPENDITURES


New Buildings:
Photographic Laboratory:
Expended from State Appropriation, Chapter No. 14573

Student Union Building Annex:
Expended from State Appropriation, Chapter No. 14573


Improvements to Existing Buildings
P. K. Yonge Laboratory School:
Alterations in attic to house Doe
Collection and Geodetic Survey-
Expended from State Appropriation
Chapter No. 14573

Administration Building:
Installation of additional exits to auditorium-
Expended from State Appropriation
Chapter No. 14573


Additions other than Buildings:
Equipment for P. K. Yonge Laboratory School:
Expended from State Appropriation
Chapter No. 15719
Expended from General Education Board Fund


Total Plant Fund Expenditures (Exhibit "D-1")





SCHEDULE "D-lb"


1,966.28


716.70 2,682.98






1,773.05




917.06 2,690.11


2,701.33
2,615.98


5,317.31


10o.690.40


STATEMENT OF CAPITAL EXPENDITURES
MADE BY THE F.E.R.A. FOR PLANT EXTENSION
FOR THE YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1935


Construction of Student Union Building

Construction of Photographic Laboratory

Rehabilitation of Cafeteria Kitchen

Total Capital Expenditures
Made from F.E.R.A. Funds:


72,678.20

9)921.80

162.54


82 762.54


Capital Expenditures Made by the University
And Other Sources as Offset for F.E.R.A. Funds


1-B3-93 Construction of Student Union Building
From Dormitory Funds
From Student Body Funds
From Student Union Building Funds

1-B3-117 Construction of Photographic Laboratory;
Material and equipment donated
by State Road Department

Total Capital Expenditures from Offset Funds


500.00
500.00
25.651.07


26,651.07



3.500.00


30 151.07






UNII'ERSITY OF FLORIDA


EXHIBIT "D-2"


SUMMARY STATEMENT OF INVESTMENT IN PLANT


Value of Plant July 1, 1934


Additions during 1934-35:
Expended from Plant Funds (Schedule D-la)
Expended from F.E.R.A. Funds (Schedule D-lb)
Expended as Offset Funds (Schedule D-lb)
Expended from Current Funds:
Educational and General Funds (Schedule B-2)
Auxiliary Enterprises (Schedule b-2)
Other Non-Edueational Equipment (Schedule B-2)
Adjustments to Previously Reported Values
(due to re-inventories, re-valuations, etc.)

Value of Plant, June 20, 1935


Less:
Museum Gifts and Acquirements
Federal Government Property

Net Invested in Plant June 30, 1935


Land (Schedule D-2a)
Buildings (Schedule D-2b)
Improvements other than Buildings (Schedule D-2c)
Equipment: (Schedule D-2d)
Furniture
Office Equipment
Machinery
Apparatus
Miscellaneous and General Equipment
Experiment Stations

Total of Equipment Inventory


SCHEDULE "D-2a"


SUMMARY OF LAND


University
Main Campus
P. K. Yonge Laboratory School

Experiment Station, Gainesville
Main Station
Nichols Tract (Ceylon Farm)
Goldsmith Tract
Brumley Tract

Branch Experiment Stations
Citrus Station, Lake Alfred
Everglades Station, Belle Glade
North Florida Experiment Station, Quincy
Sub-Tropical Station, Homestead
Watermelon Laboratory, Leesburg

Agricultural Extension Service
Florida National Egg-Laying
Contest, Chipley

Total (Exhibit "D-2")


Acreage



320.00
12.93


680.55
208.00
5.
12.7


103.5
825.42
658.25
110.
.63



15.

2.951.98


Value


126,400.00
9.526.40


65,230.00
10,000.00
1,300.00
2,000.00


45,100.00
26,000.00
15,100.00
11,000.00
250.00


Total


135,926.40




78,530.00





97,450.00


750.00 750.00

312 656.40


5,906,621.68


10,690.40
82,762.54
30,151.07

57,570.63
9,142.78
721.41

60,602.13


251,640.96





2865,501.92
211,649.05


6,158,262.64




497.150.97

5.661.111.67


312,656.40
3,431,714.35
407,434.24





2.006.457.65

6.158.262.64


281,809.14
37,690.24
148,443.16
220,721.01
920,615.46
397,178.64






FINANCIAL REPORT JUNE 30, 1935 109




SCHEDULE "D-2b"



INVENTORY OF BUILDINGS



Building Hame of Building Valuation
Number


1. Administration Building 213,917.06
2. Benton Hall 93,500.00
3. Mechanical Engineering Building 100,000.00
4. Education Building 96,000.00
5. Library Building 220,078.30
6. Law Building 50,000.00
7. Language Hall 110,000.00
8. Science Hall 110,000.00
9. Chemistry-Pharmacy Building 239,748.22
10. Agriculture Building 90,000.00
11. Post Office Building 2,500.00
12. Horticulture Building 141,488.73
13. Experiment Station Building 70,000.00
14. Brick Gymnasium 45,000.00
15. Buckman Hall 100,000.00
16. New Dormitory 283,138.76
17. Thomas Hall 152,494.00
18. Infirmary Building 88,202.06
19. Commons Building 53,413.26
20. Basket Ball Stadium 51,531.74
21. Barracks Building 3,600.00
22. Horticultural Cottage 2,400.00
23. Extension Storage Building 1,500.00
24. "F" Club House 2,500.00
25. Central Heating Plant Building 500.00
26. Maintenance Building 3,000.00
27. Radio Station Building 16,000.00
28. Artillery Unit Building 32,133.83
29. Poultry Houses (18) 3,600.00
30. Brooder Houses (2) 600.00
31. Farm Foreman's Cottage 5,000.00
32. Dairy Barn 30,000.00
33. Mule Barn 2,000.00
34. Testing Machine Shed 436.56
35. Beef Cattle Barn 5,000.00
36. Poultry Class Room 300.00
37. Veterinary Hospital 2,000.00
38. Irrigation Shed 300.00
39. Propagating House 800.00
40. Machinery Ball Building 4.000.00
41. Supply and Storage House 1,500.00
42. Insectary Shed 250.00
43. Target Range Shed 100.00
44. Horticulture Greenhouse 10,000.00
45. Insect and Storage House 1,000.00
46. Agronomy Greenhouse 8,000.00
47. Stable and Quarantine Shed 1,000.00
48. Entomology Greenhouse 4,000.00
49. Biology Laboratory (Newmans Lake) 2,980.00
50. Freight and Warehouse 1,800.00
51. Dietitian's Cottage 1,200.00
52. Wooden Poultry Shed 400.00
53. Miscellaneous Storage Building 2,000.00
54. Animal Husbandry Cottage 1,000.00
55. Two-story House 5,000.00
56. Mule Barn 1,500.00
57. Feed Barn 1,000.00
58. Fertilizer Barn 800.00
59. Feed Shed 200.00
60. Scale Shed 200.00
61. Garage and Implement Shelter 1,200.00
62. Dairy Barn Building 2,500.00
63. Feed and Hay Barn 3,500.00
64. Pump House 150.00
65. Incubator Cellar 1,400.00
66. Formaldehyde Shed 300.00
67. Greenhouse (State Plant Board) 5,000.00
68. Canker Laboratory (State Plant Board) 750.00
69. Cottage 5,000.00
70. Storage House 1,000.00
71. Chemistry Greenhouse 2,400.00
72. Garage and Storage House 1,000.00
73. Mule Barn 300.00
74. Garage (State Plant Board) 100.00
75. Light Shed 1,000.00
76. Farm Cottage No. 2 100.00
77. Rabbit House 1,200.00
78. Farm Cottage 1,870.00
79. Agricultural Engineering Machinery Hall 2,800.00
80. Brick Rifle Shed 2,000.00
81. Lumber Shed 750.00
82. Greenhouse 10,000.00






UNIIARSITY (OF FLORIDA


SCHEDULE "D-2b", cont'd



Building Inventory of Buildings Valuati
Number


83. Cold Storage Plant 15,000.0
84. Mule Shed 200.0
85. Rat House 1,750.0
86. Cold Storage Laboratory 1,500.0
87. Horticultural Laboratories 2,100.0
88. Fumigation House 500.0
89. Double Greenhouse (State Plant Board) 10,000.0
90. Fumigation Laboratory (State Plant Board) 1,200.0
91. Brick Ammunition House 1,000.01
92. Blacksmith House 750.00
93. Wagon and Storage Shed 1,000.0(
94. Paint Building 150.0(
95. Sewage Disposal Plant 200.0
96. Hay Dryer Building 1,300.0O
97. East Corn Crib 125.0(
98. West Corn Crib 200.0O
99. Northwest Corn Crib 200.0(
100. Corn Fumigation House 650.00
101. P. K. Yonge Building 261,773.05
102. P. K. Yonge Gymnasium Building 34,000.00
103. P. K. Yonge Shop Building 6,000.00
104. Cattle Feeding Barn 1,100.00
105. Isolation Building 850.00
106. Electrical Maintenance Building 625.00
107. Implement Shed 160.00
108. Corn Crib 125.00
109. Scale Shed 75.00
110. Gasoline Pump and Storage House 100.00
111. Student Union Building (Cost to date) 99,045.97
Photographic Laboratory (Cost to date) 16,442.73

Physical Education Improvements
made available by the
University Athletic Association

Florida Field Stadium and Running Track *186,257.49
Swimming Pool 37,158.69

Total Buildings at Gainesville 3,196,460.35


Buildings at Branch Experiment Stations:

Citrus Station, Lake Alfred 38,010.00
Everglades Station, Belle Glade 118,760.00
North Florida Station, Quincy 37,609.00
Sub-Tropical Station, Homestead 11,100.00
Watermelon Laboratory, Leesburg 10,650.00
Florida National Egg-Laying Contest 20,125.00 236,254.00

Total Buildings (Exhibit D-2) 3.431,714.35






SCHEDULE "D-2c"



IMPROVEMENTS OTHER THAN BUILDINGS



Heating Plant and Lines in addition
to Building No. 25 161,352.81*
Roads and walks (including assessments) 131,000.00
Whiteway System and Underground Wiring 40,000.00
Campus Wall and Fences 7,200.00
Hallway Spur Track 16,910.43
Tennis Courts 8,971.00
Bleachers and Stands around Athletic
Field 17,000.00
Campus lawns, shrubbery, hedges, etc. 25,000.00

Total (Exhibit "D-2") 407 434.24

Actual Cost






FIN.IArI.lL RfPOIRI .1UN 30. 19,3 111




SCHEDULE "D-2d"



SUMMARY OF EQUIPMENT INVENTORY



Furniture
Bookcases 6,092.34
Beds 10,009.55
Benches 1,333.03
Chairs 46,122.84
Stools 1,820.88
Cases, Cabinets, Cupboards 54,374.26
Desks 59,303.17
Dressers 4,991.42
Files 25,016.95
Mattresses 5,058.71
Stands 1,590.33
Safes 5,004.37
Shelves and Racks 12,060.25
Tables 35,360.16
Miscellaneous Furniture 13,670.88 281,809.14


Office Equipment
Adding Machines 11,081.63
Electric Fans 5,177.65
Ventilators 4B4.56
Typewriters 15,215.18
Miscellaneous Office Equipment 6,731.22 37,690.24


Machinery
Printing 8,819.10
Agricultural 13,959.46
Electric 2,613.65
Cars and Tractors 8,567.04
Engines and Motors 31,897.82
Metal and Woodworking Tools 13,094.42
Testing Machines 13,661.32
Power Plant 8,985.84
Refrigeration 16,453.27
General Machinery 30.391.24 148,443.16


Apparatus
Civil Engineering 8,641.88
Dairy 1,764.97
Educational 24,020.12
Electrical 68,083.87
Heating 7,495.97
Microscopes 26,202.07
Physics 9,901.97
Photography 7,612.42
Scientific 33,423.38
Hoods 14,909.52
Surgical 5,316.33
Weighing 11,530.82
Miscellaneous 1.817.69 220,721.01


Miscellaneous and General Equipment
Shades and awnings 7,910.19
Flooring, Tile, Linoleum 7,563.81
Plumbing 2,371.22
Musical instruments 63,473.91
Livestock 6,601.00
Military Property 211,649.05
Books 227.573.64
Museum Exhibits 285,501.92
Radio Station Equipment 81,213.85
General Miscellaneous 26,756.87 920,615.46


Experiment Stations
Equipment 298,929.31
Livestock 15,730.00
Books 82,519.33 397,178.64


TOTAL OF EQUIPMENT INVENTORY (Exhibit "D-2")


2,006,457.65








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