04/11/1916

  

UCCSN Board of Regents' Meeting Minutes
April 11-12, 1916
 



04-11-1916
Volume OD - Pages 629-633

                         Reno, Nevada
                        April 11, 1916

The Board of Regents met in the President's Office at 9:30 A.M.
April 11, 1916.  Present:  Chairman Henderson, Regents Codd,
Sullivan, O'Brien and Pratt, President Hendrick, Acting Secre-
tary Gorman.  George H. Taylor, Secretary, absent.

Moved by Mr. Codd that salary of C. E. Fleming begin on February
13, 1916 instead of February 10, 1916.  Carried.

President Hendrick presented his report.

Professor L. W. Hartman appeared before the Board representing
the Committee on Grading.

It was moved by Mr. Pratt, seconded by Mr. Codd, that the report
of the Committee on Grading be adopted.  Motion carried.

Moved by Dr. Sullivan that Kate Reigelhuth be made an Assistant
Professor and that her salary be increased $100 per year ef-
fective July 1, 1916.  Carried, all voting aye.

It was moved by Mr. O'Brien that A. E. Turner be made Assistant
Professor.  Carried.

It was moved by Mr. O'Brien that Charles Goggio be promoted
from an Instructor to Assistant Professor, and that his salary
be increased $100 per year effective July 1, 1916.  Regents Codd,
O'Brien, Sullivan and Henderson voted aye, Mr. Pratt not voting.

It was moved by Mr. Codd that F. W. Traner's salry be increased
$100 per year beginning July 1, 1916.  Carried, all voting aye.

It was moved by Mr. Codd that Margaret Mack be granted an in-
crease of $100 per year beginning July 1, 1916.  Carried, all
voting aye.

It was moved by Dr. Sullivan that an assistant in the State Min-
ing Laboratory be employed at a salary not to exceed $1800 per
year, and that the appointee have from 3 to 5 years' experience.
Carried, all voting aye.

Moved by Mr. Codd that Mr. Horn's salary be increased to $100
per month beginning July 1, 1916.  Carried, all voting aye.

Moved by Dr. Sullivan that salary of H. B. Bulmer in the Food
and Drug Department be increased to $125 per month beginning
July 1, 1916.  Carried, all voting aye.

Moved by Mr. O'Brien to authorize the employment of an Assistant
Chemist in the Food and Drug Department at a salary not to exceed
$1500 per year.  Carried, all voting aye.

Moved by Mr. Pratt that request of Mr. Lincoln for leave of ab-
sence be granted.  Carried.

Moved by Mr. Codd that a pantograph be furnished Department of
Civil Engineering at a cost not to exceed $125.  Carried, all
voting aye.

Moved by Dr. Sullivan that Mr. Engle be continued as assistant
in the Department of Civil Engineering for another year at $30
per month.  Carried, all voting aye.

Moved by Mr. Codd that it was the sense of the Board of Regents
that it does not approve the use of the Mackay building for any
other purpose than that of Mining.  Carried.

Moved by Mr. Codd that Miss Wygal be given $165 for services
at University for year ending May 1917.  Carried, all voting aye.

Moved by Mr. Codd that a payroll of $26 for Military Ball and
vouchers amounting to $22.32 be paid.  Carried, all voting aye.

It was moved that the bill of the Land Grant College Engineering
Association for $10 be paid.  Carried, all voting aye.

It was moved that the appointment of W. R. Amidon as assistant
in the Engineering Shop be approved.  Carried.

It was moved by Mr. Codd that the Tennis Courts be built, Regents
to furnish material and labor.  Messrs. Boardman and Scrugham to
be responsible for proper construction of same.  Carried, all
voting aye.

Moved by Mr. Pratt that the Mackay bleachers be painted.  Car-
ried, all voting aye.

Moved by Dr. Sullivan that soil be purchased for lawn in front
of Lincoln Hall.  Carried, all voting aye.

Moved by Dr. Sullivan that Mr. Regan be authorized to go out
of the State for the purchase of stock, but only in such states
as approved by Dr. Mack as not liable to foot and mouth disease.
Expenses to be paid by the State.  Carried, all voting aye.

Moved by Mr. O'Brien that all purchases made by Mr. Regan be
subject to examination by Dr. Lockett.  Carried.

Moved by Dr. Sullivan that President be authorized to receive
gifts of cattle as outlined by him.  Carried.

Moved by Dr. Sullivan that the stock fund be used for such
purchases as Department of Animal Husbandry and Dairying recom-
mend.  Carried.

Moved by Mr. Pratt that the southwest quarter of the farm be
rented to Mr. Brooks for the sum of $400 from April 15th to
September 30th.  Carried, all voting aye.

Moved by Mr. O'Brien that the reports of Dean Knight and Mr.
Regan be received and filed, and that copies be made for Regents
and recommendation of Mr. Regan to increase the herd to 40 head
be approved.  Carried.

Moved by Mr. Codd that feeding pen be built as per plans of Mr.
Regan.  Carried, all voting aye.

It was moved by Mr. Codd that the action of the President in let-
ting contract for buildings to Meskimons and Foster for $1585
be approved.  Carried, all voting aye.

It was moved by Mr. Codd that the buildings be painted, we to
furnish the material.  Carried, all voting aye.

It was moved that the President be authorized to get pictures of
University buildings, and to invite Mr. Charles A. Towne as
Commencement speaker, and to invite Mr. Clarence Mackay as a
guest of the University for Commencement Week.  Carried.

Moved that the Comptroller enter into a lease with Mr. Galt,
leasing him 10 inches of water for the coming season, Mr. Galt
to pay the assessment on the water.  Carried.

Moved by Mr. Codd that the President's recommendation that di-
plomas cost $5 for the first, $3 for the second and $2 for the
third, or $10 for the three, be approved.  Carried.

Moved by Mr. Codd that the appointment of Mr. Broy as assistant
in the Comptroller's office be approved at a salary of $1500
per year, and that Mr. Broy be authorized and instructed to
procure a surety bond in the sum of $10,000, University to pay
premium on same.  Carried, all voting aye.

Moved by Mr. O'Brien that the registration be copied into the
minutes.  Carried.

Moved to adjourned to 10 A.M. April 12th.

                             Charles B. Henderson
                             Chairman