03/07/1912

  

UCCSN Board of Regents' Meeting Minutes
March 7-8, 1912
 



03-07-1912
Volume OD - Pages 400-402

                         Reno, Nevada
                        March 7, 1912

The Board of Regents met at their Office at 7:30 P.M. Thursday
evening, March 7, 1912.  Present:  Regents Reid, O'Brien and
Codd, also President Stubbs.  Absent:  Regents Williams and
Henderson.

Claims were allowed against the several funds as follows:

    University General Fund

        Payroll No. 1, Vouchers 1 to 133 inc.    $10,832.79
        Bill List No. 1, Vouchers 134 to 203 inc.  8,050.71

    State Claims (Vouchers 204 to 338 inc.)

        General Support                           10,135.92
        Electrical Building and Equipment          9,678.52
        Support of Experiment Station                250.50
        Food and Drug Control                        181.05
        Improvement of Grounds                       926.22
        Regents Fund                                 820.40
        State Hygienic Laboratory                    341.37
        Weights and Measures                         158.40
        Removing Cabinet                              15.00
                             Total               $22,507.38

    Finance Committee Meeting

        Vouchers Nos. 339 to 341 inc.            $   285.00

Upon motion of Dr. Reid, seconded by Mr. O'Brien, the report of
the Comptroller of the University on the transfer of the funds
to Reno Banks to the credit of the Regents was approved and
ordered placed in the minutes.

                                            March 7, 1912

    To the Honorable
    The Board of Regents
    University of Nevada

    Gentlemen:

    In accordance with your resolutions of March 6th, I have
    this day withdrawn the following funds of the University of
    Nevada and have redeposited them as per statement below; the
    new deposit being to the credit of the Board of Regents of
    the University of Nevada, checks to be signed by the Chair-
    man or Vice Chairman and the Comptroller, two signatures
    being necessary for the withdrawal of funds.

    I have written letters of instruction to the Banks of Reno
    in which the funds are deposited as per copy of letter at-
    tached to this statement.

    The figures in the special Auditor's report to your Honorable
    Body will be reconciled with the amounts shown below and
    these statements submitted as soon as possible.

                     FUNDS WITHDRAWN

    A & M Balance in Washoe County Bank                $10,060.49
    A & M Balance in Farmers & Merchants National Bank  13,525.66
    Mackay Instruction Fund, Washoe County Bank          2,648.17
    Farm Sales Balance, Washoe County Bank                 792.02
    Lab. & Guar. Balance, Washoe County Bank               167.83
    University Loan Fund, Washoe County Bank               238.78
    University Scholarship Fund J. E. S., F & M Bank       141.35
    University Scholarship Fund C. H. G., F & M Bank       247.50
    University Book Store, Washoe County Bank              409.28
    Rent and Material, F & M Bank                        2,178.11
    Students' Gt. Fund, Washoe County Bank                 304.55
    Balance Hatch Fund, Nixon National                   2,296.47
    Balance Adams Fund, Nixon National                   4,336.51
    From J. E. Stubbs, H. H. Howe Scholarship              200.00
                             Total                     $37,546.72

    These funds have been redeposited to the credit of the Board
    of Regents as follows:

    Farmers and Merchants National Bank                $16,292.62
    Washoe County Bank                                  14,211.84
    Nixon National Bank                                  6,632.98
    University Book Store Fund Contingent or Revolving
        Fund as per recommendation of Auditor Lee          409.28
                             Total                     $37,546.72

    I have not put the Dining Hall account in the General Fund
    for the present, and will await further instruction from you
    in regard to this matter.

    Evidences of the above transfers accompany this report which
    is hereby submitted for your approval.

                             Very truly yours,

                             C. H. Gorman
                             Comptroller

    Approved:
    A. A. Codd, Chairman

                                            March 7, 1912

    Farmers and Merchants National Bank
    Reno, Nevada

    Gentlemen:

    From and after March 7, 1912 checks drawn against the Univer-
    sity Revolving Fund will be signed C. H. Gorman, Comptroller,
    instead of C. H. Gorman, Assistant Secretary, as per speci-
    men signature below.

                             Very truly yours,

                             A. A. Codd
                             Chairman Board of Regents

Motion of Dr. Reid, seconded by Mr. O'Brien, the Chairman ap-
pointed a Committee to act with President Stubbs regarding the
Summer School to be held at the University this Summer.  The
Chairman appointed the 3 members of the Board who were present -
Messrs. Reid, O'Brien and Codd - as this Committee to act with
President Stubbs.

                             A. A. Codd
                             Chairman

Geo. H. Taylor
Secretary