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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1964-1965-317

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xxii Annual Report finance The total of Grants received from the Court of the University amounted to £986 400 compared with £862 200 last year Fee in- come was £149 900 as against £120 600 last year As in previous years Government Departments various Foundations and private firms continued their support of research projects at the College and contributed in all £72 600 an increase of £15 000 over last year's figure Departmental expenses increased from £738 600 last year to £812 200 in the present year This figure includes the cost of salaries and superannuation of the academic library technical and clerical staff of the College as well as expenditure on departmental and laboratory maintenance and library costs Maintenance of Premises showed an increase from £160 200 to £176 600 Heat Light Water and Power have all proved more ex- pensive and increases have been awarded to maintenance and porter staff The total expenditure for the year was £1 199 000 and the total income was £1 232 300 resulting in surplus of £33 300 on the year's working Both the men's hostels were full throughout the session At King's College Hall there was deficit of £1 600 £50 last year and at Halliday Hall surplus of £1 300 £1 700 last year At both Halls Vacation Lettings were again good The figures shown do not include certain items such as rent rates and external repairs the cost of which is borne by the College During the year 1962-63 capital grants totalling £266 948 were made available to the College by the University Grants Committee through the Court of the University Of this £132 710 was for the acquisition of leasehold property £51 101 for constructional work and £83 137 for furniture and equipment 10 benefactions and grants for research In addition to grants mentioned in departmental sections of this re- port for travelling expenses of members of staff to conferences abroad the Delegacy of the College gratefully acknowledge benefac- tions and grants in aid of research as indicated from the following sources The Agricultural Research Council Biochemistry department £290 towards research on the role and metabolism of 'non-protein' amino
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