03/08/1893
UCCSN Board of Regents' Meeting Minutes
March 8-9, 1893








03-08-1893

Volume OC - Pages 12-13



                         Reno, Nevada

                        March 8, 1893



At a meeting of the Board of Regents held at their Office on

Wednesday, March 8, 1893 at 9:30 A.M., the following members were

present:  Governor Colcord, H. L. Fish, C. E. Mack and J. W.

Haines.  Absent:  J. D. Torreyson.



Minutes of the meeting held January 30 were read and approved.



Monthly balance checks read.



Claims were allowed as follows:



         From Ag & Mechanical College Fund   2,240.87

         From Ag & Mechanical College Fund      44.00

         From Contingent University Fund     1,911.54

         From Mining Laboratory Fund           109.37

                                 Total      $4,305.78



See journal entries for above amounts.



On motion of Mr. Mack, seconded by Governor Colcord, President

Jones and Mr. Brown were authorized to secure necessary filters

for water purposes in all the buildings.  Also to purchase all

materials for painting outside of Dormitory and main building and

let a contract for the painting of same except brick work.



On motion of Mr. Haines, seconded by Governor Colcord, S. A.

Jones and Mr. Brown were authorized to secure 100 loads of gravel

for the walks on grounds.  All voting yea except Mr. Mack.



On motion of Mr. Mack, seconded by Mr. Haines, Mr. Brown was in-

structed to have linoleum put on the floor of the Dining Room in

the Dormitory building.



Mr. Brown authorized to purchase pipes and materials for general

purposes about the grounds, cost not to exceed $100.00.



Applications of Lieutenants Stockle and Hann were ordered on file

in the order received and the Secretary instructed to advise them

of said action.



Professor Thurtell was allowed Two Hundred Dollars to purchase

a plane table and Y level for the Surveying Department.



In the matter of carrying on the work at the Mining Laboratory,

Professor Jackson appeared before the Board and discussed the

same at length and, on motion of Mr. Torreyson, was postponed

until the next meeting of the Board, Professor Jackson being

authorized to carry on the necessary work in the meantime.  The

use of the metals and one of the Mining Laboratories were ren-

dered to the World's Fair Commission of Nevada.  Same to be

selected by President and Professor Jackson.



Mr. J. D. Torreyson met with the Board at 12:00.



No further business appearing, the Board adjourned to meet

Saturday, April 1, 1893.



                             H. L. Fish

                             President



Geo. H. Taylor

Secretary