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TABLE 6.-Annual income and the property of colleges endowed with the national land grant of 1862, compiled from several sources, June 30, 1890.
TABLE 7.-Annual income and the property of colleges not endowed with the national
a Does not include the endowment of the Bussey Institute which will be “very large."
TABLE 8.—Summary of statistics of normal schools supported in whole or in part by public funds, for 1889-90.
TABLE 9.-Finances and property of public normal schools (many city normal schools not included) for 1889-90.
b At least 1 school occupies a rented building, the value of which has not been included. c No answer from 1 school.
d Of this $16,500 was interest on endowment.
e No answer.
Not including new buildings in course of erection.
Twelve thousand acres of land, some of which is sold.
h The $10,000 in column 3 is "from bonds of endowment lands," but the answer to the question as to productive funds is "none."
iAt page 401 of the Bureau's report for 1887-88 the peculiar system of giving free tuition in Pennsylvania normal schools is described. The appropriation directly made by the legislature is $7,500 to each school. Some schools include the amount indirectly appropriated by the State with that directly appropriated; others return the indirect appropriation as the amount of the legis lative grant and the direct appropriation as a benefaction, etc. The amount given in column 1 is estimated. The aid from other sources can not always be given accurately by the schools, as their system of bookkeeping includes board, etc.
j $12,000 of this was for building.
k Includes statistics of 1887-88 for 1 school that has failed to report for two years.
Each of the 5 schools of Wisconsin gets $10,000 by appropriation and a pro rata of $105,000, the income from the normal-school endowment fund. This interest has been included, of course, in column 3.