UCCSN Board of Regents' Meeting Minutes
April 29-30, 1893


Volume OC - Pages 16-17

                           Reno, Nevada

                          April 29, 1893

The Board of Regents met at 12:00 this day.  Present:  Governor

Colcord, H. L. Fish and J. D. Torreyson.  Absent:  J. W. Haines

and C. E. Mack.

Minutes of the last meeting were read and approved.

Balance sheets of Contingent University Mining Laboratory and

Agricultural & Mechanical College Funds read.

Communication from C. E. Mack stating he could not attend the

meeting of the Board read.

Upon motion, it was ordered that all mail orders for supplies and

for the University and Experiment Station shall be signed by the

President of the University and by no other person before being

sent out.

Mr. Brown was authorized to purchase a lawn mower to cost about

$15.00 to $20.00.

Application of J. E. Church for an increase of salary was denied

for the present.

Miss Clapp proposed the naming of the Dormitory building.  No

action was taken.

Mr. Brown asked for compensation for his boys in the Mechanic

Arts building for work on Saturdays to the extent of Twenty

Dollars, which was allowed.

The President was authorized to grant a further requisition to

Professor Miller for his Laboratory for One Hundred to One

Hundred and Fifty Dollars.

C. C. Powning as President of the Reno Water Land & Light Company

submitted a proposition for furnishing the arc and incandescent

lights at the University grounds and buildings which was accepted

and ordered.  See document on file in safe of the Regents Office.

On motion, Mr. Brown was directed to make an inventory of the

furniture and content of the different University buildings.

Mr. Fish was authorized to purchase the piano now in use at the

University from Mr. Brooking, price not to exceed Two Hundred

Twenty Five Dollars.

Claims were allowed as follows:

         From Ag & Mech College Fund        1,680.20

         From Ag & Mech College Fund           44.80

         From Contingent University Fund    2,516.36

         From Mining Laboratory Fund          236.94

                               Total       $4,505.30

No further business appearing, the Board adjourned to meet

June 2,1893.

                             H. L. Fish


Geo. H. Taylor