UCCSN Board of Regents' Meeting Minutes
March 14-15, 1889
Volume OB - Pages 71-73
March 14th, 1889
Board of Regents met pursuant to adjournment. Present T. H.
Wells, President. Also E. T. George and H. L. Fish. Minutes
of Feby. 9 and 20th also March 4th, read and approved.
Upon motion it was ordered that regular meetings of the Board be
held hereafter on the Saturday next preceding the final Tuesday
in each month.
Upon motion it was ordered that the necessary gas pipe be pur-
chased and the connected with that at the University building,
thence extended Southerly to a point below the water canal on
the University grounds.
Upon motion it was ordered that racks be made for 100 stand of
guns for use by the Cadets at the most convenient point in the
Upon motion it was ordered that Major A. C. Ducat, be placed upon
faculty staff to be employed as Instructor in modern language,
mechanics, and on such other Departments as desired by the Presi-
dent of the University, at a salary of One Hundred Dollars per
month, commencing Jany. 1, 1889, to be paid alternately by the
State and Agricultural Experiment Station.
Upon motion it was ordered that whereas the Instructor in book-
keeping is required to extend the time 1/3 for such service and
that his compensation be increased 1/3, namely $66.66/100 per
month from March 1, 1889.
Upon motion it was ordered that the Secretary of the Board re-
ceive a salary of $25.00 per month from March 1, 1889.
Upon motion the President was instructed to order fifty Diploma
RESOLVED that the President of the University be instructed
to arrange the members of the faculty so as to accommodate
the greatest number of students, and to this end that he
be authorized to transfer any Professor or Instructor to
any Department of the University in which he deems their
services may be most needed, unless otherwise ordered by
the Board of Regents.
RESOLVED by the Board of Regents of the State University,
that on and after Wednesday, September 4th, 1889, the
admission of students into the University from each County
in the State be in pro rata proportion to the number of
persons in each County between the ages of six and eighteen
years, and that proper notice be given accordingly by the
RESOLVED FURTHER, that if any County shall fail to avail
itself of the above-stated privilege on said date or in a
future time when a term commences, other Counties if they
desire may supply the omission to the full extent of the
capacity of the University.
The following claim was presented and approved by the Board:
A. Ducat. Salary for February, one hundred dollars, $100.
No further business appearing, the Board, upon motion, adjourned.
T. H. Wells
Geo. H. Taylor