06/04/1902
UCCSN Board of Regents' Meeting Minutes
June 4-5, 1902








06-04-1902

Volume OC - Pages 252-253



Reno, Nevada

June 4, 1902



The Board of Regents met at 9:30 A.M, Wednesday, June 4, 1902,

all members present.



Regent Deal moved, seconded by Regent Booher, that the President

of the University be ordered to hand in his report to the Board

of Regents on or before December 15, 1902, and the reports of the

members of the faculty be delivered to the President of the Uni-

versity on or before December 1, 1902.



It was ordered that the wooden floor in the forge room of the

Mechanical building be taken out and a clay floor be put in, cost

not to exceed Twenty Five dollars.



Regent Evans was authorized to complete the north grading grounds

above the entrance gate.



On motion by Regent Booher, seconded by Regent Deal, Mr. Samuel

B. Doten was elected Assistant Professor in Entomology and Botany

at the same salary he is receiving at present.



It was moved and seconded that the Chemical Laboratory and Hos-

pital buildings be accepted, and that Mr. Chas. E. Clough be paid

the balance due on said building, except $386 claimed by F. G.

Savage for a boiler in the furnace room and the Secretary of the

Board confer with Mr. Savage relating to and who made the con-

tract for said boiler.



It was moved and seconded that the Assey Office be moved to the

annex of the Mechanical building at a cost not to exceed Forty

dollars.



It was moved and seconded that the amount of insurance now car-

ried on the Chemical building be reduced to $6000 and $1000 be

placed on furniture and equipment, and $1000 on supplies in said

building.



The Secretary of the Board was instructed to acknowledge in be-

half of the Board the gift of Hon. D. P. Lyman to the State Uni-

versity, which is to be known as the D. P. Lyman Lectureship in

Ethics and Public Speech.



Upon motion, the following resolution was passed:



RESOLVED, that the Board of Regents approve the action of the

President and faculty in their acts in dealing with the stu-

dents for disobedience to the orders of the President and

want of proper respect to the President and the faculty.



Claims were allowed as follows:



Contingent Fund & Interest Account



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