UCCSN Board of Regents' Meeting Minutes
March 4-5, 1905


Volume OC - Pages 354-356

Reno, Nevada

March 4, 1905

The Board of Regents met in their Office at 9:30 A.M., Saturday,

March 4, 1905. Present: Regents W. W. Booher, Oscar J. Smith

and H. S. Starrett.

Minutes of meeting held January 26, 1905 read and approved.

The President and faculty recommended that Miss Lillian Walker

and Miss Rose Mc Mullen be granted diplomas from the State Normal

School and Mr. Harold Louderback and Miss Alice Ruddell a B. A.

degree from the School of Liberal Arts and High School Certifi-


Upon motion of Regent Booher, seconded by Regent Starrett, the

above recommendation was approved.

Upon motion of Regent Starrett, seconded by Regent Booher, the

Secretary of the Board was instructed to acknowledge the thanks

of the Regents to the Southern Pacific Company for transporta-

tion furnished the members of the Nevada Agricultural Experiment

Station staff through Nevada, Utah and part of Wyoming for the

purpose of making research and experiments.

Upon motion of Regent Booher, seconded by Regent Starrett, the

Chairman of the Board was requested to draw up the form for

advertisement for bids for the Metallurgical Laboratory building

to be submitted to the Board Saturday, April 8, 1905, and adver-

tise for bids in the Reno Evening Gazette, Nevada State Journal

and the Nevada Observer.

The Secretary of the Board was instructed to place insurance

expiring on March 10th and 16th with agents as follows:

John Henderson, Elko Nevada, $2500 on furniture in Lincoln


J. S. Bonham & Son, Reno, Nevada, $10,000 on Chemical build-

ing and Hospital.

J. E. Bray, Reno, Nevada, $2000 on the Chemical building.

Claims were allowed as follows:

Contingent Fund & Interest Account - No. 16-43

February Payroll - Salaries P & I $1832.98

February Payroll - Salaries Students 175.20

W. W. Booher 38.65

H. S. Starrett 29.50

Western Union Telegraph Co. 4.27

Reno Mercantile Co. 36.40

A. J. Niedt 20.00

J. R. Bradley Co. 2.40

Nevada State Journal 1.25

Reno Power Light & Water Co. 1.60

Reno Power Light & Water Co. 75.00

Sol Levy 3.40

Nevada Hardware & Supply Co. 32.55

Nevada Hardware & Supply Co. 9.04

V. Pony 9.85

S. J. Hodgkinson 1.75

Sunset Telephone & Telegraph Co. 5.50

Geo. H. Taylor 33.87

S. P. Fain 73.50

L. J. Davis 72.00

Washoe County Bank 106.35

Fox Duffield & Co. 4.00

Eugene Dietzgen Co. 17.29

National Assn. of Universities 10.00

H. S. Crocker Co. 7.05

University of Chicago Press 2.70

A. C. Mc Clury & Co. 11.15

Total $2617.20

Agricultural & Mechanic College Morrill Fund - No. 199-206

February Payroll - Salaries $1196.26

Geo. H. Taylor (Freight Bill) 155.38

F. P. Spaulding 3.10

American Forestry Association 2.10

F. W. Braun & Co. 27.68

The Open Court Publishing Co. 4.00

F. W. Braun & Co. 29.88

Daniels & Steinmetz 103.50

Nevada Engineering Works 7.80

Nevada Hardware & Supply Co. 58.45

Reno Mercantile Co. 42.39

Central Scientific Co. 54.87

Reno Truck & Transfer Co. 11.50

Reno Mill & Lumber Co. 47.55

Keuffel Esser Co. 3.49

Total $1747.95

Experiment Station Hatch Fund - No. 4454-4487

February Payroll - Salaries $ 908.30

Lillian Walker 3.80

Laura Mc Dermott 6.30

J. E. Stubbs 54.25

Marcus E. Jones 5.61

Geo. H. Taylor 12.08

Reno Mercantile Co. 3.65

Nevada Hardware & Supply Co. .80

Reno Mill & Lumber Co. 5.35

Porteous Decorating Co. 3.50

Mrs. M. Schaffer 3.38

James O'Neill 8.00

Cann Drug Co. 24.05

Sunset Telephone & Telegraph Co. 2.00

Frederick D. Houghton 2.25

Julien P. Fries 3.05

Blake, Moffitt & Towne 11.56

Trumble & Beebe .50

Henry Hall Co. 9.90

Total $1068.33

No further business appearing, the Board adjourned to meet at

the call of the Chairman.

Oscar J. Smith


Geo. H. Taylor