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Perquisites, members of staff, 576-578.
Personal work, classification of functions, 421;

method of financing, 421.
Personnel, employed for health service, 436.
Photographic division, method of operations, 211-

212.
Physical education, administration procedures,

441–446; women students, 451-455.
Physical examinations, use and purpose, 437-439.
Physical plant, engineering, 825-826, 832-833; home

economics, 890–900; methods of administration,
242-244; nature of operating organization, 245;
operation and maintenance costs, 125-126,128–129,
244-247; service of utilities, 251-254; supervision by

business officer, 80; upkeep and repair, 249–250.
Physicians, former students, annual salaries, 393.
Placement service, organization of work, 511-516.
Police force, protection of properties, 248-249.
Pool buying, adoption in making purchases, 180–

181.
Population, college, density by zones, 334-335.
Post office, institutional, method of operation, 208–

209.
Power plants, central, maintained by colleges, 252-

253.
Practice, engineering, during summer, 807.
President, authorship of publications, 65; line of

administrative procedure, 66; power of selecting
staff, 66; responsibilities to governing board, 65;

term of office, 63.
Printing, institution, expenditures by colleges, 212–

213; plants operated by institutions, 215.
Printing and binding, control by institution, 213-

211; control by State agencies, 213–214.
Printing department, organization and administra-

tion, 212-218.
Private gifts for endowment in 1928, 117.
Procedure, making of institutional budget, 162–163.
Professional activities, engineering staff, 817-818.
Professional workers, former students, annual sal-

aries, 397.
Professors, salaries for 1928, 569–576.
Promotion, engineering staff, 823, 831-832; home

economics statl, 8/6; stail, agriculture, 744-745.
Property, amount and percentage of increase, 136;

value for 1928, 134-135.
Public contacts, staff members, 597.
Publications, conducted by students, 558-564;

engineering staff, 838; members of statự, 591.
Publicity bureau, organization and functions, 218-

220; number maintained by colleges, 219.
Purchasing, by central State agencies, 179-180;

control of business offices, 79-80; practice of pool
buying by colleges, 180-181; procedure adopted
by colleges, 178–181; scientific equipment and ap-

paratus, 180.
Purchasing agent, salary, 84.
Purnell, Fred S., author of Purnell Act, 32.
Purnell Act, income, 1928, 104.

R
Radio stations, investments and operating costs,

216-217; finance and control, 216–218; othcials ex-

ercising control, 218.
Rank, attainment by ages, 601; home economics

staff, 879-880.
Reading, amount of assigned, 620-621; assigned in

library, 634-636; general of students, 638-640.
Receipts, by sources for 1928 with percentages,
94-99; earnings, miscellaneous sources, 1915 and
1928, 88-90; from earnings for 1933, 118-119; fron
State classified by source, 106-107; institutional
sources for 1928, 111-112; miscellaneous for IGN
121-122; percentage of increases from each source,
91-92; private gifts, 1915 and 1928, 88-900; private
gifts for endowment, 117: private gifts for 1928 by.
specific purpose, 115-116; residence and dining
halls for 1928, 118-119, 120; State funds for 1915
and 1928, 88–90; total íor 1915 and 1938 with gains,

88-90, 91.
Receiving department, method of handling, 232-223.
Registrars, allocation of administrative duties,

340-342.
Registrars (work), admissions, 263-280; calendar of

instruction, 340–344; density of college population,
331-339; foreign students, 322-333; residence and
migration of students, 302–321; student moz-
tality, 281-283; student distribution and enroll-
ment, 284-292; scholastic standing, 206-300;

summary of degrees, 293-296.
Religious activities, by whom handled, 478 479.
Religious organizations and convocations, 478484.
Repair division, organization and personnel, 20,

submission of estimates on work, 251.
Repair shop, central, for scientific equipment, 221-

222.
Reports, Federal, improvement in forms, 172-173;

fiscal, status of finances, 172-173.
Requirements, admission, special students, 276-

278; good library service, 616; farm practice, 769.
Requisitions, purchasing, line of procedure, 178–179.
Research, relation of library, 613; engineering, 815-

816, 838-839; experiment stations and other forins,

125-126, 131-132.
Residence halls, charges for rooms, 203; control and

management, 203; method of conduct, 427-43
methods of financing, 199; number of students
housed, 200; subsidized from institutional funds,

204.
Residence instruction, expenditures for 1928, 125-

126, 130-131.
Residence tuition fee, by major divisions, 139–143.
Resident students, enrollment for 1928, 285-280.
Revenues, increase in student fees, 1915 to 192

150–151; amounts and percentage of gain, 91.
Roberts, Isaac P., early teaching methods, Iows

State College, 21.
Rooms, private, women students, 431-432.
Rotary and revolving funds, 154-157.

Quarters, living, for students, 431-432.
Questionnaires, number sent to alumni and former

students, 345-346; answers, XIX-XXII.

S
Sabbatical leave, staff, 603-606.
Salaries, agriculture staff, 745-748; average annual

of former students, 381-382; chief accountant, 54;

chief business officer, 84; engineering staff, 821–
822; home economics staff, 877-879; library staff,
684-685, 688–689; median of staff members, 576;
members of staff, 569-576; present annual, of
engineers, 388–392; purchasing agent, 84; validity

of requests for increases, 164-165.
Scholarships, annual value, 490-492, 497; available

to students, 487; conditions of awards, 499–502;
fraternities and sororities, 633–536; granted by
State, 486; home economics, 972-973; number
awarded in 1928, 486, 492; service required, 492–
495; study in special fields, 487-490; years tenable,

496.
Scholastic standing, comparative study, 296–298.
Scientific education, home economics, 853–854.
Scientific periodicals in library, 657-659.
Seats, library, number provided, 621-622.
Secretary of Agriculture, memorandum, plan of

conducting extension, 30.
Secretary of State, control over colleges, 38.
Sectioning, classes, results attained, 470_471.
Self-help, former students, number and per cent,

362-363.
Self-help and student loans, 503–511.
Service, length, members of governing board, 54

55, 59.
Service departments, methods of supervision, 199.
Services of colleges, pioneering days (Davenport),

22-23.
Shops, repair of scientific equipment, 220-222.
Smith, Hoke, introduced Smith-Lever Act in

Senate, 29.
Smith-Hughes Act, income 1909, 104; provisions,

31.
Smith-Lever Act, income 1928, 104-105; provisions,

29-30.
Social affairs, students, method of supervision,

550-553.
Social education, home economics, 852–854.
Social organization, different types, 518-523; for

students, 517-549.
Sororities, aid given by institutions, 539-543; con-

duct and supervision, 523-543; method of selecting

members, 530-531.
Space, library, distribution, 667-668; maintenance

of records, 243; procedure for assignment, 243.
Specialization in agriculture, 762-764.
Sports, intramural, for women students, 453-454.
Staff, age attainment of rank, 600-601; age when

rank attained in agriculture; clerical, of library,
694-696; creative work, home economics, 870-873;
distribution of time, 581-584, 594-600; degrees and
training, 580-581, 587-589; duties of home econom-
ics, 881-885; engineering, 817-823; home economics,
868-889; honorary degrees, 593; library, reorganiza-
tion, 696-697; loss in agriculture, 752–753; member-
ship in organization, 592; number of children,
585-586; outsi activities in agriculture, 748–749;
perquisites and earnings, 576-579; professional,
library, 679-686; professional experience, 589–590;
promotions in agriculture, 744-745; promotions in
engineering, 823; publications by members, 591;
pursuit of graduate work, 602-603; sabbatical
leave, 604-605; salaries of, in agriculture, 745-748;
salaries of, in engineering, 821-822; salaries for
1928, 569–576; schedules of home economics,
881-885; selection by president, 66; sex and marital

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status, 585-586; summer schools in engineering,
819-821; training of home economics, 870-873;

welfare, 606-607.
State, relation of library, 616.
State board of agriculture, governing Body of college,

39.
State board of education, governing body of college,

39.
State department of education, control over col-

leges, 38-39.
Stenographic bureau, central, plan of operation,

209-211,
Storehouses, central, system of operation, 223.
Student fees, authority for levying, 137–138; blanket

charge, 149; change in schedule, 148; collection
by colleges, 151; depository after collection, 152;
different types, 137; increase in revenues, 1915 to
1928, 150–151; increase special fees, 1915 and 1928,
144-147; laboratory, 148; late registration, 148;
optional and required, 144-145, 147; original policy
of colleges, 137; receipts for 1928, 112-113; resident
and nonresident, 139–143; special examination,

148.
Student loans, administration of funds, 508–510.
Student newspapers, conduct and supervision,

560-562.
Student organizations, audit and financial control,

227–229; honorary, 543-545.
Student publications, various types, 558-564.
Student relations and welfare, advisory staff, 405–

419; health service, 435-443; housing and feeding,
425–344; orientation of freshmen, 466-477; person-
nel service, 420-424; physical welfare, 444-466; re-
ligious organizations, 478–484; scholarships and
fellowships, 486–502; self-help and student loans,
503-516; social organizations, 517-549; welfare

organizations, 554–568.
Student unions, annual operating costs, 226; con-

trol over finances, 227; management and super-
vision, 225-227; method of government, 225–226;

type of organization, 548–549.
Students, admission of, engineering, 802-803; defi-

cient, methods of handling, 475-477; distribution
as to classification, 279-280; enrollment according
to State residence, 306–321; enrollment by major
fields, 300; enrollment in forestry, 779; estimate
of expenses, 510-511; foreign, courses pursued in
colleges, 323; foreign, number enrolled in colleges,
322; full-time, enrollment in degree courses, 287–
288; graduate, distribution by institutions, 290-
291; graduate, enrollment by distance, 336–337;
home economics, 968–979; land-grant colleges open,
11-16; mortality, class of 1928, 281-283; non-
resident, enrollment for 1928, 285-286; number in
agriculture, 775–782; percentage of increase and
decrease, 301; relation of library, 615; resident,
enrollment for 1928, 285–286; residence and migra-
tion, 302–305; self-help, total earnings, 503; special
number admitted by years, 278; special problems
in engineering, 803-804; social organizations, 517–
549; survey of engineering, 794; undergraduate,
enrollment by distance, 336–337; women in
physical education, 451-455. See also Former

students.
Subjects, carried in engineering, 806; engineering:

curricula, 805; required in agriculture, 766-768;
specified units for admission, 267-268.

Support, Slate, methods changed by budget sys-

tems, 40; various Federal funds, 99.
Surgeons, former students, annual salaries, 393.
Survey staff, members, XXIV-XXVI.
Surveys, engineering, curricula, 792–193; education,

791-795; graduates, 794; industry, 795; students,
794; teachers, 793-794.

Trust funds, different classes, 153; legal limitation

on investment, 154; securities in which invested,

154-155.
Trusts, administrative authority invested in gos.

erning board, 53.
Tuition, by major divisions, 139–143; determination

of nonresident and resident student, 152–153; re-

ceipts for 1928, 112-113.
Turner, Jonathan B., education of industrial

classes, 3-4.
Turnover, home economics staff, 888-889.

U
Undergraduates, percentage of increase and de

crease, 301; scholarships and fellowships, 198-502.
Unit costs, systems adopted by colleges, 196–197.

T
Teacher training, college specialization of former

students, 349-350.
Teachers, engineering, contributions, 837-838;

placement service, 615-516.
Teaching, distribution of former students, 372; en-

gineering, improvement, 818-819; home econom.

ics, 965-967; relation of library, 613.
Teaching loads, home economics, 886-888.
Tenure, engineering staff, 823; scholarships and

fellowships, 496–497.
Term of office, members, governing board, 58–59.
Theses, requirements for bachelor's and master's

degrees, 292.
Thompson, William O., veto of first Morrill Act, 7.
Tigert, John J., correspondence regarding survey,

VI-VII.
Time, staff, distribution of, 593-600.
Training, agricultural staff, 734-741; chief executive

officer, 65; home economics staff, 870-873; library

staff, 681-684, 687-688; members of staff, 587–589.
Travel, adoption of definite policy, 191; allowances
* for use of automobile, 191; authorization invested
in State agencies, 189–190; control by institutional
authorities, 190-191; expenditures by institutions,
188-189; increase with expansion of institutions,

188.
Treasurers, institutional, 80-81; State, control over

colleges, 37-38.
True, Alfred Charles, enrollments in 1882, 22; first

homo economics instruction in colleges, 28.

V
Veterinaries, former students, annual salaries, 395.
Vice president, official positions, 67.
Vocational guidance, practices in use, 423-424.
Vocational teacher training, Smith-Hughes Act, 31.
Vocations, choice by former students, 361-368.

W
Welfare, members of staff, 606-607.
Wilder, Marshall, P., establishment of agricultural

school in Massachusetts, 5.
Women, admission to undergraduate and graduate

work, 275; dean of, duties and functions, 405-416;
degrees granted 1863 to 1928, 294; government
organizations, 546-547; students, disciplining of,
409.

· Y
Young Men's Christian Association, religious

activities, 478-480, 483.
Young Women's Christian Association, religious

activities, 478-480.

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