UCCSN Board of Regents' Meeting Minutes
March 1-2, 1890
Volume OB - Pages 97-99
March 1, 1890
At a regular meeting of the Board of Regents held this day, a
full Board being present, the following business was transacted.
Minutes of the last meeting were read and approved.
It was ordered that the salary of A. C. Ducat Jr. be increased to
One Hundred Dollars per month from March 1, 1890 to be paid from
the State funds. It was also ordered that the salary of Miss
Clapp be increased to $1,700 per annum from March 1, 1890.
Claims were approved as follows:
S. A. Jones Salary 166.66
W. Mc N. Miller Salary 166.66
Kate N. T. Kupper Salary 154.16
H. K. Clapp Salary 125.00
R. D. Jackson Salary 150.00
A. C. Ducat Jr. Salary 50.00
W. B. Daugherty Salary 75.00
Geo. H. Taylor Salary 25.00
S. G. Kendall Salary 75.00
Alice E. Mac Elroy Salary 4.50
Nasby's Bazaar Library 4.75
C. J. Brooking Supplies 51.63
H. J. Martin Labor 10.00
Mo Lawson Labor 9.50
John Mc Fulton W. F. Gas 48.50
W. L. Needham Furniture 19.25
John Taylor & Co. Chem Supp 16.37
T. Coffin Trav. Exp. 15.00
Burke Bros. New Building 500.00
An adjourned meeting of the Board met at 1:30 PM, March 1, 1890
with the full Board present.
It was ordered that a ventilator be furnished to carry off the
poisonous gasses from the Chemical Laboratory in the University
It was ordered that Professor Hillman be allowed to purchase
$76.00 worth of books and $25.00 for a spraying machine. Also,
he was permitted to employ Mark Clemens at 10 cents an hour.
Requisitions from Professors Phillips and Miller for purchases
Communication from the U. S. War Department relating to Military
Tactics received and considered.
On motion it was ordered that permission be granted to add a
Primary Department consisting of first and second grade training
classes in order that the members of the Normal Department may
become more familiar with Primary work, and for this purpose,
a room in the new building shall be fitted up with all necessary
furniture to accommodate twenty pupils.
No further business appearing, the Board adjourned.
E. T. George
Geo. H. Taylor