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(23) The President of the University, with the concurrence of appropriate administrative officers, recommends the employment of Schmidt, Garden & Erikson, Chicago, for professional architectural services for remodeling the third floor south and west of the General Hospital Building at the Medical Center campus for the Dermatology Department and the in-patient area of the Department of Gynecology. The fee will be based on the actual cost of personnel, plus 150 per cent for overhead and profit, plus reimbursables authorized by the University and will not exceed $30,000.

Funds are available in the University of Illinois Hospital patient income account.

The Buildings and Grounds Committee has approved this recommendation.

On motion of Mr. Howard, this recommendation was approved by the following vote: Aye, Mr. Forsyth, Mr. Howard, Mr. Hughes, Mr.

254 BOARD OF TRUSTEES [April 18 Livingston, Mrs. Rader, Mr. Steger, Mr. Swain; no, none; absent, Dr.

Bakalis, Mr. Neal, Governor Walker. Mr. Hahn asked to be recorded as not voting.

AGREEMENT W I T H CITY OF CHAMPAIGN FOR

SANITARY RELIEF SEWER

(24) In the University's budget request for 1973, the Board of Trustees approved the University's sharing in the cost of a sanitary relief sewer project of the City of Champaign on Fifth Street south of Green Street based on the property owned by the University in the area served by this project. The project is now complete and the University's share is $12,700. The President of the University, with the concurrence of appropriate administrative officers, recommends that the Comptroller and the Secretary be authorized to consummate the understanding and agreement, subject to the availability of funds, with the City of Champaign to provide for payment in the amount of $12,700 as the University's share of the sanitary relief sewer improvements on Fifth Street.

Funds were previously appropriated to the University from the Capital Development Bond Fund. Since that time, these funds have been transferred to the Capital Development Board and the Governor has recently released to the Capital Development Board the funds for this project.

On motion of Mr. Hahn, this recommendation was approved by the following vote: Aye, Mr. Forsyth, Mr. Hahn, Mr. Howard, Mr. Hughes, Mr. Livingston, Mrs. Rader, Mr. Steger, Mr. Swain; no, none; absent, Dr. Bakalis, Mr. Neal, Governor Walker.

INCREASED SPACE FOR PEORIA SCHOOL O F MEDICINE

(25) On September 15, 1971, the Trustees authorized a lease agreement with Bradley University, Peoria, for space for the Peoria School of Medicine. In accordance with the provisions of this lease, the President of the University, with the concurrence of appropriate administrative officers, now recommends execution of a modification to provide for increasing the current amount of leased space by approximately 12,300 net assignable square feet at the current base rental rate of $2.42 per NASF per year including operating costs. This space will be remodeled by Bradley University for additional offices and laboratories for the staff and teaching program of the Peoria School of Medicine at a cost not to exceed $212,000. These costs will be reimbursed to Bradley University as additional rent in accord with the lease.

Funds are available in the current operating budget of the College of Medicine. Funds required after FY1973 will be requested in the operating budget of the College of Medicine on an annual basis.

On motion of Mr. Swain, this recommendation was approved by the following vote: Aye, Mr. Forsyth, Mr. Hahn, Mr. Howard, Mr. Hughes, Mr. Livingston, Mrs. Rader, Mr. Steger, Mr. Swain; no, none; absent, Dr. Bakalis, Mr. Neal, Governor Walker.

PURCHASE OF PROPERTY FOR ROCKFORD S C H O O L O F MEDICINE

(26) On September 15, 1971, the Board of Trustees authorized leasing space in the Rockford Municipal Tuberculosis Sanitarium, 1601 Parkview Avenue, Rockford, Illinois. The lease further provided for an option to purchase the property at a price of $450,000. This price includes the existing buildings and approximately

18.75 acres of land at the Sanitarium.

Funds were appropriated to the University from the Capital Development Bond Fund in FY1973 in the amount of $450,000. Since that time, these funds have been transferred to the Capital Development Board.

The Governor has recently released to the Capital Development Board the funds necessary to exercise the option to purchase the Rockford Municipal Tuberculosis Sanitarium buildings and land. Accordingly, the President of the University, with the concurrence of appropriate administrative officers, recommends that the University exercise this option upon funds being made available by or through the Capital Development Board for this purpose. Title will be vested in the Board of Trustees of the University of Illinois.

1973] 255

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On motion of Mr. Swain, this recommendation was approved by the following vote: Aye, Mr. Forsyth, Mr. Hahn, Mr. Howard, Mr. Hughes, Mr. Livingston, Mrs. Rader, Mr. Steger, Mr. Swain; no, none; absent, Dr. Bakalis, Mr. Neal, Governor Walker.

EASEMENT ON HIGGINSON FARM

(27) In 1970 the University received a 120-acre farm in Wabash County from the estate of Ethel V. Higginson. The Mt. Carmel Public Utility Company and the Central Illinois Public Service Company now seek an easement over this property to construct power lines. The companies offered to pay $2,724.00 for the easement, based upon an appraisal by the Doane Agricultural Service, Inc., of $400.00 an acre damage to 6.81 acres of land. The University officers have maintained that there would also be damage to land outside the easement and requested $20.00 per acre for 33.2 acres. The companies have agreed to the University's request.





After consultation with appropriate University officers, I recommend that an easement be granted to the Mt. Carmel Public Utility Company upon payment of $1,355.20 and to the Central Illinois Public Service Company upon payment of $2,032.80, or a total of $3,388.00.

I further recommend that the following resolutions be adopted:

Resolution Authorizing Electric Transmission Line Easement to Central Illinois Public Service Company Over the Ethel V. Higginson Property, Wabash County, Illinois Be It, and It Hereby Is, Resolved by T H E BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF T H E UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS, a public Corporation of the State of Illinois, that the Comptroller and the Secretary of this public Corporation be, and they hereby are, authorized to execute, acknowledge, and deliver in the name and on behalf of, this Corporation such instruments of conveyance, contract, or other document or documents as to them may seem necessary or desirable in order to grant to CENTRAL ILLINOIS PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY, an Illinois Corporation, hereinafter referred to as "Grantee," its successors and assigns, the right and easement to erect, reconstruct, operate, patrol, maintain, renew, and remove electric transmission and distribution lines, includingtowers, poles, anchors, and other equipment appurtenant thereto, for the transmission and distribution of electric energy through, over, and across certain lands hereinafter described and the right of ingress to and egress therefrom; the rights and easement granted to be limited to the extent that this public Corporation has the present right and capacity to grant the same. Grantee shall have the right to cut, fell, and remove trees, shrubbery, and bushes as may be required to provide necessary clearance.

Grantee shall agree to pay to Grantor the sum of Two Thousand Thirty-two Dollars and Eighty Cents ($2,032.80) and to repair any damage caused to property of this Corporation by the erection, reconstruction, operation, patroling, maintenance, renewing, and removing of said electric transmission and distribution lines, and to indemnify this Corporation and its representatives from liability in connection with Grantee's activities. The right-of-way easement shall remain in full force and effect from the date granted and for so long thereafter as said electric transmission and distribution lines are continued in service and have not been abandoned and discontinued. Upon termination of the easement Grantee shall peaceably surrender possession of said premises to this Corporation and full and complete title then shall remain in this Corporation free and clear of said easement and without necessity of reentry or demand. The right-of-way easement shall be over

the following-described property:

The South West Quarter of the North West Quarter of Section 8 in Township 2 South, Range 13 West of the 2nd Principal Meridian, Wabash County, Illinois.

The center line of the said transmission line shall be located on or within 50 Feet of a line which extends Eastwardly from a point on the West line of the above described property which is 1,160 Feet North of the South West Corner thereof to a point on the East line of the said property which is 1,150 Feet North of the South East Corner thereof.

256 [April 18

BOARD OF TRUSTEES

The said easement strip shall extend 75 Feet South and 60 Feet North of the above described center line.

O n motion of Mr. Livingston, the foregoing resolution was adopted.

Resolution Authorizing Electric Transmission Line Easement to Mt. Carmel Public Utility Company Over the Ethel V. Higginson Property, Wabash County, Illinois Be It, and It Hereby Is, Resolved by T H E BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF T H E UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS, a public Corporation of the State of Illinois, that the Comptroller and the Secretary of this public Corporation be, and they hereby are, authorized to execute, acknowledge, and deliver in the name and on behalf of this Corporation such instruments of conveyance, contract, or other document or documents as to them may seem necessary or desirable in order to grant to the MT. CARMEL PUBLIC UTILITY COMPANY, an Illinois Corporation, hereinafter referred to as "Grantee," its successors and assigns, the right and easement to erect, reconstruct, operate, patrol, maintain, renew, and remove electric transmission and distribution lines, including towers, poles, anchors, and other equipment appurtenant thereto, for the transmission and distribution of electric energy through, over, and across certain lands hereinafter described and the right of ingress to and egress therefrom; the rights and easement granted to be limited to the extent that this public Corporation has the present right and capacity to grant the same. Grantee shall have the right to cut, fell, and remove trees, shrubbery, and bushes as may be required to provide necessary clearance.

Grantee shall agree to pay to Grantor the sum of Thirteen Hundred Fifty-five Dollars and Twenty Cents ($1,355.20) and to repair any damage caused to property of this Corporation by the erection, reconstruction, operation, patroling, maintenance, renewing, and removing of said electric transmission and distribution lines, and to indemnify this Corporation and its representatives from liability in connection with Grantee's activities. The right-of-way easement shall remain in full force and effect from the date granted and for so long thereafter as said electric transmission and distribution lines are continued in service and have not been abandoned and discontinued. Upon termination of the easement Grantee shall peaceably surrender possession of said premises to this Corporation and full and complete title then shall remain in this Corporation free and clear of said easement and without necessity of reentry or demand. The right-of-way easement shall be over the

following-described property:

The Southwest Quarter of the Northwest Quarter of Section 8, in Township 2 South, Range 13 West of the Second Principal Meridian, in Wabash County, Illinois.

The center line of the said transmission line shall be located on or within 50 Feet of a line which extends Eastwardly from a point on the West line of the above described property which is_ 50 Feet South of the Northwest Corner thereof to a point on the East line of the said property which is 70 Feet South of the Northeast Corner thereof.

The said easement strip shall extend 50 Feet Northerly and 40 Feet Southerly of the above described center line.

On motion of Mr. Livingston, the foregoing resolution was adopted.

RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE UNIVERSITY PATENT COMMITTEE

(28) The University Patent Committee submits the following recommendations relating to patentable inventions by members of the staff.

I concur in these recommendations.

The Committee on Patents of the Board of Trustees has examined the disclosure documents and other background materials related to these inventions and recommends approval.

1. Vane Test for Concrete Workability — Ralph Neil Boirum, Graduate Research Assistant in the Department of Civil Engineering, Urbana-Champaign, inventor; developed under the sponsorship of Office of High Speed Ground Transportation, U.S. Department of Transportation.

1973] UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 257 University Patents, Inc., reports its opinion that although the invention has commercial utility, its similarity to existing apparatus used in soil testing would preclude obtaining patent protection. Accordingly, the University Patent Committee recommends that the rights of the University in this invention be released to the sponsor.

2. Continuous Observation Diffusion Chamber — Michael G. Gabridge, Assistant Professor of Microbiology, Urbana-Champaign, inventor; developed under the sponsorship of the U.S. Army Medical Research and Development Center. _ In the opinion of University Patents, Inc., the cost of filing a patent application is not justified because of the lack of commercial potential; therefore, the University Patent Committee recommends that the rights of the University in this invention be released to the sponsor.

3. Video Image Processor — Daniel J. Sandin, Assistant Professor of Art, Chicago Circle, inventor.

University Patents, Inc., reports its opinion that this invention may have limited patentability and has limited commercial potential so that patent protection would not be worthwhile.

The University Patent Committee recommends that the rights of the University in this invention be released to the inventor.



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