04/01/1889

UCCSN Board of Regents' Meeting Minutes
April 1-2, 1889
 







04-01-1889

Volume OB - Pages 73-74



                          Reno, Nevada

                         April 1, 1889



At a regular meeting of the Board of Regents held this day at the

State University building, there were present, E. T. George and

H. L. Fish, Regents, Le Roy D. Brown, President, and George H.

Taylor, Secretary.



Minutes of the meeting held March 14 were read and approved.



Upon motion it was ordered that the following claims to March 31

be allowed:



          01.  C. C. Powning           4.00

          02.  T. A. Pristal          20.85

          03.  Frank Norcross          7.30

          04.  Prang Educational Co.   4.24

          05.  Le Roy D. Brown         3.25

          06.  I. Shoemaker           16.25

          07.  Mrs. Belle Kendall      6.00

          08.  Le Roy D. Brown       291.66

          09.  W. Mc N. Miller       166.66

          10.  R. D. Jackson         150.00

          11.  H. K. Clapp           166.66

          12.  K. N. Kupper          157.91

          13.  W. B. Daugherty        66.66

          14.  S. G. Kendall          75.00

          15.  Geo. H. Taylor         25.00

          16.  W. J. Luke              8.00

          17.  Reno Mill & Lumber Co. 16.20

          18.  Scientific Publishing   4.00

          19.  A. A. Manning          65.25

          20.  C. E. Mc Farland       25.25

          21.  Claud Flagnes          10.25

          22.  W. N. Martin           60.80

          23.  E. T. George           63.00

          24.  R. D. Jackson           5.00

          25.  W. Mc N. Miller         3.50

                                    1422.69



Upon motion it was ordered that the salary of Major Ducat, Jr. be

allowed and paid as follows:  Fifty Dollars per month from the

State, and Fifty Dollars per month from the Agriculture Experi-

ment Station, commencing from May 1, 1889.



Upon motion it was ordered that all supplies for the State Uni-

versity and Experiment Station Departments be made for the ap-

proval of the President of the University.



No further business appearing, the Board adjourned.



                             H. L. Fish

                             E. T. George

                             Regents



Geo. H. Taylor

Secretary