UCCSN Board of Regents' Meeting Minutes

February 27-28, 1909 


Volume OD - Page 103

                         Reno, Nevada

                      February 27, 1909

The Regents met in their Office at the University for a special

meeting on Saturday, February 27, 1909, at 11 o'clock.  Present:

Chairman John Sunderland, Regents Codd and Henderson, and Pres-

ident Stubbs.

Upon the recommendation of the President, Regent Henderson moved

that Joseph Alphonse Nadon should be granted his degree of B. S.

in Mechanical Engineering.  The motion was seconded by Regent

Codd.  So carried.

President Stubbs told the Regents that the Committee of the

House and Senate on University Investigation is to meet at the

Overland Hotel in the evening at 8 o'clock and that he has asked

the Committee to receive them in a body rather than as individu-

als, and thinks there is no doubt about the Committee doing this.

The President also read sections of his report to the Committee

in regard to the amount of money the University has received

from the State.  Also read confidential letter from Mr. Mackay

and asked for a leave of absence for four weeks either in March

or April in order that he may go to New York and to Washington

to look after University matters.

Moved by Regent Henderson, seconded by Regent Codd, that the

President be granted a leave of absence for four weeks anytime

in March or April to visit New York in the interests of the


The payrolls for the month of February on the State and the A & M

Fund, and the Hatch and Adams Funds were signed.

Adjourned to meet on the 13th of March.