01/03/1899
UCCSN Board of Regents' Meeting Minutes
January 3-4, 1899








01-03-1899

Volume OC - Pages 169-170



                         Reno, Nevada

                       January 3, 1899



The Board of Regents met at their Office at 10:30 o'clock A.M.

on Monday, January 3, 1899.  Present:  W. E. F. Deal, J. N. Evans

and H. S. Starrett.



At 11:30 A.M. the newly elected members, W. E. F. Deal and H. S.

Starrett, having qualified, the Board organized as follows:



    On motion of W. E. F. Deal, seconded by H. S. Starrett, J. N.

    Evans was elected President of the Board and Geo. H. Taylor,

    Secretary.



President Stubbs took up his Annual Report covering all matters

relating to the Educational and Financial in connection with the

University and Experiment Station.  Also matters for the Legisla-

ture and the appropriations for 1899 and 1900.



President Stubbs recommended that Professor T. W. Cowgill be

given a leave of absence to the end of the present College year,

which was granted.



The resignation of Miss Estella P. Ede to President Stubbs was

accepted, to take effect at once.



It was moved that the Board, upon the report of the President,

take into consideration the reorganization of the members of

the staff of the Agricultural Experiment Station.



On motion of Regent Deal, the President of the Board was re-

quested to make arrangements with the Reno Water Land & Light

Co. to pay all charges that the University may put to relating

to the electric light service.



Regent Deal moved that President Stubbs accept the estimate and

bid of Donnells & Steinmetz for furnishing linoleum for the three

hallways of Lincoln Hall as per memo.  Plan on file for Two

Hundred and Twelve 40/100 Dollars.  Same to be paid for after the

State appropriation for 1899-1900 is made.  Carried.



Minutes on page 162 (05-31-1898) relating to raising wages as

changed, is approved.



Minutes of previous meetings approved as read.



Dr. Stubbs was given a leave of absence for two or three weeks,

at such time as he may desire for the benefit of his health.



No further business appearing, the Board adjourned.



                             J. N. Evans

                             President



Geo. H. Taylor

Secretary