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84



MISCELLANEOUS PAYMENTS



GHABGBABLB TO PRINCIPAL OF CROCKER
RESEARCH FUND:

In settlement of claim of Alex. H.
Rutherford, et.aL against Nelson
C. Thrall, et.aL, as Ezeoutors of
the Estate of George Crocker,
Columbia College and Residuary
Legatees, to title of No. 1 Bast
e4th Street, New York

Legal Expenses

INVESTMENTS IN PERSONAL SECURITIES :
Special Funds:

$60,000 Chicago, Milwaukee Sc St.
Paul Rj. Oo.'s 26 year 4i Bonds,
due 1934

$100,000 New York aty 3}^ Regis-
tered Bonds, due 1929

$100,000 New York Oas and Electric
Ught, Heat and Power Co*s Pur-
chase Money 4% Bonds, due 1949..

$60,000 Northern Pacific-Great Nor-
thern 4% Joint Bonds, due 1921
(C. B. & Q. collateral)

700 shares Union Pacific R. R. Oo*s
Preferred Stock

Bond and Mortgage on 364 Broadway,
New York, at 4H3<

Bond and Mortgage on 924-6 Broad-
way, New York,at4H)<

Bond and Mortgage on 746-7 East 6th
Street, New York, at 4}^

Bond and Mortgage on 27-31 West
66th Street, New York, at 4K)(. . . .

Bond and Mortgage on northeast cor-
ner 69th Street and Columbus
Avenue, New York, at 4^

Bond and Mortgage on 206 West 101st
Street, New York, at 4^

Bond and Mortgage on southeast cor-
ner Lenox Avenue and 130th
Street, New York, at 4H)t

Bond and Mortgage on property at
Wakefield, New York City, (further
participation)

Received from Estate of George
Crocker, deceased, in final payment
of bequest:

Bond and Mortgage on No. 1 East
64th Street, New York, at 4^, . . .

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$60,000 00
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46,040 00
92,376 00

88,702 60

48,812 60
66,612 60
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Baoeived from W. Bayard Cutting, as

an inyestment of the W. Bajrard

Cuttincr, Jr^ Fellowship Fund :
$16,000 State of New York (Loan for

Canal Improvement: Brie, Oswego,

Champlaln) 4% Bonds, due 1961...
Beceiyed from Delaware, Lackawanna

St Western B. B. Co. as an extra

dividend:
21 shares Lackawanna B. B. Co. of New

Jersey Stock at par upon payment

of $17.60 for a fractional share

Beoeived from Mrs. Albert Slsberg, as

an investment of the Albert Marion

Elsberg Prize Fund :
$2,000 Corporate Stock of the City of

New York, payable 1967



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Kennedy Endowment Fund :

$17,000 Chicago, Milwaukee & Puget
Sound Bailway Co*s 4]t First Mort-
gage Bonds, due 1949 $16,128 76

29,000 Northern Pacific-Great North-
em 4]t Joint Bonds, due 1921
(a a * Q. collateral) 28,288 76

300 shares Union Pacific B. B. Co'B

Prefened Stock 28,012 60

Bond and Mortgage on 32 East Broads

way. New York, at 4H)( 30,000 00

Bond and Mortgage on 91-93 Ninth

Avenue, New York, at 6j( 26,600 00

Bond and Mortgage on north side of
108th Street, east of Broadway,
New York, at 4H9( 166,000 00

Bond and Mortgage on 624-626 West

146th Stieet, New York, at A,\^, . . . 60,000 00 343,930 00 1,817,190 00



UNIVKBSITY, LAND, BUILDINGS AND
BQUIPMBNT-MOBNINGSIDB :

Assessment: Biverside Drive and
Parkway Opening, 136th Street to
Boulevard Lafayette

Avery Library Building, Construction

Fumald HaU, Construction

Hartley HaU, Equipment

Journalism Building, Construction. . . •

Kent Hall, Construction

Library Building, Changes

Livingston HaU, Equipment

PhUosophy BuUding, Construction. . . .

President's House, Construction (in-
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NEW MEDICAL BITE, 116th 8T BEBT
AND AM8TEBDAM AVENUE,
NEW YOEK:
Taxes and Water Bates, 1011

No. 407 WEST 117th STREET, NEW
YOBK:
Purchase prioe

No. 410 WEST 117th STREET, NEW YORK
(Deutsches Hans) :
Equipment

COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS:
Additions and Alterations:

Sloane Hospital for Women— Additions
and Alterations

GAMP COLUMBIA— MoRBis, Cdhh. :

Improvements

PAYNE LOAN FUND :

Advanced to Students on their Notes. .

SHOEMAKER LOAN FUND:

Advanced to Students on tbeltg Notes. •

STUDENTS' LOAN FUND:

Advanced to Students on their Notes..
Refund to Cedl Pooook of overpay-
ment on note *

ADVANCE PAYMENTS AGAINST AP.
PROPRIATIONS, 1912-1013:
Camp Columbiar-General Expenses.. . .

Drlsler Fellowship

Eleotrioal Engineering: Meter Tests..

Fuel

Gilder Fellowship

Lectures

Mining— Departmental

Sexennial Catalogue

Summer Session, 1012

ADVANCE PAYMENTS IN ANTICIPA-
TION OF GIFTS:

Deutsches Haus— Maintenance

Library— Anonymous Fund

DEPOSITS FOR APPARATUS

DEPOSITS FOR KEYS

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mSURANCB, 1912-1913 683 88

INSURANCB, 1913-1914 683 88

INSUBANCB, 1914-1915 437 93 1,606 68

MORTGAGB ON Na 419 WEST 117TH

8TBEBT, NBW YOBK 19,000 00

BBDBMPTION FUND:

Deposited with Dnited States Trust
Go. of New York, as Trustees,
towards redemption of $3,000,000
Columbia OoUege Mt Mortgage
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INTEREST ACCOUNT

INTEBBST PAID:

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OnLoubat Annuity Mortgage 17,920 00

On No. 407 West 117th Street Mortgage 226 01

On No. 410 West 117th Street Mortgage 406 94



Interest paid in 1911-12 $138,791 06

DEDUCT INTEREST APPORTIONED to Special
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SPECIAL REAL ESTATE ACCOUNT

WILLIAHSBBIDGE PROPERTY:

June 30, 1911-To Balance Dr. $189,668 14

June 80, 1012— To Deficit Income 16,074 74

TO Balance, Dr $204,642 88

GAILLARD-LOUBAT PROPERTY— 603-11 BROADWAY:

June 30, 1011— TO Balance. Dr. $680,736 37

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SUMMARY

Fenonal Rrtate, June 80, 1911 $1,069,331 72

EDUCATIONAL BXPBNSES AND
ADMINISTRATION :
General Inoome, 1911-12 (Sobed-
iile3,page8) $1,677,414 60

Cmrent Bzpensee chargeable
against General looome of the
Corporation for 1911-12 (Sum-
mary of Schedule 7, first col-
umn, page 33) 1,498,176 27

Interest Account: Debit balance
(iSchedule 10, page 44) 116,110 76 1,614,287 03

Surplus 63,127 67

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PBINCIPAL OF SPECIAL FUNDS

ADAMS (ERNBST EEMPTON) FUND FOB PHYSICAL RESEABOH:
Gift of Edward D. Adams, in memory of his boo, the late Bmest
Kempton Adams. Such part of the income as shall be desifir
nated by the Trustees to be applied to the stipend of the
Research Fellow pursuing researches in the Physical Sciences
or in their practical applications; the income received in ex*
cess of such stipend to be used in the publication and dis-
tribution of the results of the investigation carried on by such
f^ows. Established 1904 $60,000 00

AVEBY ABCHITECrrnBAL FUND:

Gift of Samuel P. Avery and Mary Ogden Avery in memory of
their deceased son, Henry Ogden Avery. The Income of the
fund to be applied to the purchase of books relating to archi-
tecture, decorations and allied arts. Established 1890, and
augmented on 1910 by920,000 60,000 00

BARN ABD FELLOWSHIP FUND :

Legacy from the late President Barnard to establish the ** Bar-
nard Fellowship for encouraging Sdentlflc Research.^* Estab-
lished 1889 10,000 00

BABNABD LIBBABY FUND:

The residuary estate of the late President Barnard was left to
the Trustees of Columbia College to constitute a fund under
the name of the ** Barnard Fund for the Increase of the li-
brary," the income of which is to be devoted to the purchase
of books, especially those relating to physical and astronom-
ical science ; but out of the income of this fund so much as
may be necessary is to be applied in procuring a erold medal
of the bullion value of not less than $200, to be styled the
** Barnard Medal for Meritorious Service to Science," to be
awarded every five years on the Judgment of the National
Academy of Science of the United States. The medal will be
next awarded in June, 1916. Established 1889 69,60164

BABNABD (MABGABBT) FUND:

The residuary estate of the late Margaret Barnard, widow of the
late President Barnard, was left to the Trustees of Columbia
College, **to augment the sum left by my late husband.**
Established 1892 16,23167

BECK FUNDS:

The late Charles Bathgate Beck bequeathed the sum of $10,000
to be applied as follows : $2,000 to found one free scholar-
ship, the income to be applied *' to the free yearly tuition and
education in said College of one student forever, under such
terms and conditions as the rules of said College and said
Trustees shall prescribe." The income of the remaining
$8,000 to be used for an annual prize **to the student in the
Law School who shall pass the best examination in Beal
Estate Law." Established 1899.

Beck Scholarship Fund $2,000 00

Beck Prize Fund $8,000 00 10,000 00

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BBSB (JULinS) LBCTURB FUND:

Legacy of the late Julius Beer, the Inoome of which is to be
applied to proTiding lectures at Intervals not exceeding three
years, by lecturers nominated by the Faculty of Political
Science and confirmed by the Trustees. Established 1903. . . 10,000 00

BENNETT PRIZE FUND:

Oif c of James Gordon Bennett, the income, or a medal of equal
value, to be given for **an essay in English prose upon some
subject of contemporaneous Interest in the domestic or for-
eign policy of the United States.** Established 1893 1,000 00



BERGH (HENBY) FUND:

Anonymous Gift, the income to be used for the inculcating of a
spirit of kindness and consideration toward the lower ani-
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100,000 00



JSLUMENTHAL ENDOWMENT FUND:

Gift of George Blumenthal for the endowment of a Chair of

Politics. Established 1900 100,076 00

BLUMENTHAL (GEORGE, Jr.) SCHOLARSHIP FUND:

Gift of Mr. and Mrs. €leorge Blumenthal, the income to be
awarded to students of Medicine to cover the cost of tuition,
or for other purposes. Established 1909 14,600 00

BULL (WILLIAM T.) MEMORIAL FUND:

From the William T. Bull Memorial Fund Committee in honor of
the late William T. Bull, M.D., the income to be applied to
meet the cost of conducting original research under the
direction of the Department of Surgery. Established 1911 . . 82,110 46



BUNNER PRIZE FUND:

Gift of friends of the late Henry Cuyler Bunner, the inoome to
be used to provide every year the ** H. C. Bunner Medal,** to
be given to the student who shall present the beet essay on an
assigned subject in American Literature. Established 1896. . 1,000 00

BURGESS (JOHN W.) FUND:

Gift of Anonymous Donors to the general endowment of the

University. Established 1910 100,000 00



BUTLER (RICHARD) SCHOLARSHIP FUND:

Gift of Mrs. Richard Butler in memory of her deceased husband,
Richard Butler. Open to students bom in the State of Ohio.
Established 1903



6,000 00



CAMPBELL SCHOLARSHIP FUND:

Gift of $3,000 each from Miss Maria L. Campbell and Miss (Cath-
erine B. Campbell for the establishment of two scholarships
in the Ck>liege, in memory of Robert B. Campbell, of the Class
of 1 844, and Henry P. Campbell, of the COass of 1847. Estab-
lished 1900



Oarrled forward..



6,000 00



$666,427 76



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60

Brooghtfonrwd. $666,427 76

GABPENTIBB (BDWABB B,) FUND:

Gift of Mn. Maria H. WiUiamsoii for the endowment of a ** Pro-
fe8M>rship, or an endowed lectureship, on the ori^rins and
growth of olTiliiations among men.** Bstablished 1006 260,000 00

CABPENTIEB (JAICBS S.) FUND:

Gift from General H. W. Carpentier to establish a fund in mem-
ory of his brother, James 8. Carpentier, for the benefit of the
LawSohool. Bstablished 1003 300,000 00

CABPENTIEB (B. S.) FUND:

Gift from General H. W. Carpentier towards a professorship in
the Medical School, in memory of Beuben S. Carpentier.
Established 1004. 100,000 00

OENTEB FUND:

Gift of Mary E. Ludlow, In memory of her son, the late Bobert
Center, the income to be applied either to the salary of a Pro-
fessorship of Music, or to be used in any one or more of these
ways or such other wasrs as shall in the Judgment of the Trus-
tees tend most effectively to elevate the standard of musical
instruction in the United States, and to offer the most favor-
able opportunities for acquiring instruction of the highest
order. Established 1800 178,046 60

CHANDLEB (CHABLE8 FBEDEBICK) FUND:

From the Alumni of Columbia University to establish this fund
in honor of Professor Charles Frederick Chandler, the income
to be applied to the delivery and publication of at least one
public lecture each year on some phase of the science of
Chemistry, etc. Established 1010.. 6,000 00

CHANLEB PBIZE FUND:

Bequest of J. Winthrop Chanler, of the Class of 1847, to found
an annual prize for** the beet original manuscript essay in
English prose on the History of Civil Government of Amer-
ica, or some other historical subject.** Established 1877 1,000 00

CLABE 8CH0LABSHIP FUND:

Bequest of the late Alonzo dark, M.D., formerly President of
the College of Physicians and Surgeons, for the purpose of
promoting the discovery of new facts in medical science.
First prize bestowed October 1, 1804 14,000 00

GLASS OF 1848 SCHOLABSHIP FUND:

Gift of an anonymous friend, 1002 10,000 00

CLASS OF 1886, SCHOOL OF MINES, FUND:

Gift of the Class of 1886, School of Mines, in celebration of the
twenty-fifth anniversary of their graduation, the income to
be applied to the maintenance of a Scholarship in the Schools
of Applied Science. Established 1010 8,200 00

Carried forward $1,431,674 26



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Brought forward. $1,431,674 26

GLASS OF 1901 DBCENNIAL FUND:

Gift of the Glaas of 1901, College and Applied Soienoe, to estab-
lish thia fund; the inoome of which la to be used for the
purpose of defraying, or assisting to defray, the expenses of
maintaining the work of the Committee on Bmployment of
Students. Bstabllshed 1911 1,892 81



OOLUMBIA FELLOWSHIP FUND:

Bstabllshed by the Trustees for a trayellng fellowship In the De-
partment of Architecture In recognition of the liberality of
Mr. F. Augustus Schermerhom of the Class of 1868, to this
Department. The fellowship Is awarded In even-numbered
yean. Bstabllshed 1889



13,000 00



COLUMBIA UNIVERSITT FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION FUND :
From the Trustees of the trust created by the Columbia
University Football Association, the Inoome to be applied
towards the support of athletic teams or crews representing
Columbia University In Intercollegiate sports. BstabUshed
1911



10,037 72



COLXTMBIA HUDSON-FULTON PRIZE FUND:

Gift of the representatives of the various Committees having
charge of the reception given on the University errounds In
October, 1909, under the auspices of the Hudson-Fulton
Celebration Commission, the inoome to be used for an annual
prise, or prizes, to be known as the Columbia Hudson-Fulton
Prize, or Prizes, for an athletic event. Bstabllshed 1909



1,000 00



OONVEBS (B. B.) PBIZB FUND:

Gift of Miss Alice Convers and Miss Clara B. Convers to endow,


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