Seventh Report of the Board of Regents

Title

Seventh Report of the Board of Regents

Description

"Receipts and Expenditures" (Pp. 4) & "Probable Income" (Pp. 12)
    In 1884 the income from land leased and interest on sold lands began to seriously materialize. The expected two year income from these lands was $70,000, with an additional $17,000 in delinquent lessees. Thus $84,000 was allocated to the university budget.

Creator

Board of Regents

Source

Seventh Report of the Board of Regents, 1884

Publisher

State Journal Print Company

Date

1884

Contributor

University of Nebraska, Special Collections & Archives

Original Format

Official regents' pamphlet

Text

RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES

RECEIPTS

Balance in Treasury Nov. 30th, 1882…             $24,157.43

Received State Taxes…                        $76,434.71

Interest on Endowment Lands sold…            $11,038.24

Rental from Endowment Lands leased…                        $17,826.17

Int. on Permanent Investment of Endowment Funds,…            $425.00

Matriculation fees…                        $1,530.00

            Total amount collected…            $131,541.95

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Citation

Board of Regents, “Seventh Report of the Board of Regents,” Nebraska U, accessed October 17, 2021, https://unlhistory.unl.edu/items/show/369.

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