16 PROCEEDINGS OF THE TRUSTEES
As to the general policy of the Board I respectfully suggest
in addition to the general views suggested in the foregoing
1. That a sum not to exceed............dollars per annum
may be used for the benefit of students who show exceptional
gifts and promise of usefulness.
2. That a sum not to exceed............dollars maybe used
by the Agent in aiding suitable young men who seek to prepare
themselves for the practice of medicine among their people.
3.—That the Board consider whether it is advisable to
establish a rule that may determine the proportion of a given
sum appropriated to any institution that may be used for
Earnestly desiring all the aid and advice that the Board can
give me, and wishing that the Board may see its way to deter¬
mining more definitely than I have been able to suggest, the
principle of making appropriations to schools that may be
aided by the " John F. Slater Fund,"
I am, very respectfully,
ATTICUS G. HAYGOOD,
New York, October 16, 1883.
Aid in Exceptional Cases.
After a full discussion of this report, the Board
tilled the blank in Item No. 1, at its close, with one
thousand dollars, and accordingly it was
Resolved, That a sum not to exceed one thousand dollars
per annum may be used for the benefit of young men who
show exceptional gifts and promise of usefulness; and the
General Agent is directed to exercise the utmost care in select-