06/05/1897
UCCSN Board of Regents' Meeting Minutes
June 5-6, 1897








06-05-1897

Volume OC - Pages 137-139



Reno, Nevada

June 5, 1897



The Board of Regents met on Saturday, June 5, 1897, at 4 o'clock

P.M., a full Board being present.



Claims were taken up and allowed from the several funds as

follows:



Agricultural and Mechanical College Fund



Salaries Prof & instr. May 1886.84

Nevada Hardware & Supply Co. 7.30

Nevada Hardware & Supply Co. 23.76

Reno Mill & Lumber Co. 4.04

Gus Kappo 3.75

Curtis Segrave 10.75

Irwin Hodson Co. 6.00

Ira Packard 25.00

John Taylor & Co. 6.21

John Taylor & Co. 52.34

$2025.99



Contingent University Fund & 90,000 Acre Grant



Salaries Prof & instr. May 745.00

Salaries Janitors - May 148.00

Payroll Labor & Stu - May 374.57

Reno Water & Light Co. 104.50

Reno Water & Light Co. 11.40

R. B. Hawcroft 11.50

Nevada Hardware & Supply Co. 102.40

G. W. Beckbell 1.50

Heywood Prost Co. 35.10

Nevada Bell Telephone Co. 4.00

Geo. H. Taylor 20.04

Reno Mercantile Co. 99.76

Ada Torreyson 30.00

Library Bureau 1.75

F. R. Carpenter 39.00

Union Iron Works 24.00

Mrs. R. P. M. Kelly 34.25

Stephen Cormer 8.50

Charles E. Clough 106.34

John F. Aitken 128.50

Office Specialty Mfg. Co. 26.65

$2056.76



Geo. A. Booth, Mechanical Building Fund 1500.00

Charles E. Clough, Gymnasium Building Fund 1275.00



Mr. Clough presented receipted bills as follows:



Reno Mill & Lumber Co. Paid May 26, 1897 567.46

Nevada Hardware & Supply Co. Paid May 27, 1897 70.00

Porteaus Decorative Co. Paid May 26, 1897 200.00



after which the Board allowed his claim for $1275.00, the amount

of his contract for completing the Gymnasium building and accept-

ed the same.



On motion of Regent Deal, seconded by Regent Starrett, the Presi-

dent of the University was requested to apply to the War Depart-

ment for the detail of Lieutenant E. W. Hubbard of the 3rd

Artillery, U. S. Army, as Military Tactics Instructor, and make

personal arrangements with him regarding his compensation.



On the recommendation of President Stubbs, the Hospital Fee of

$1.50 a term was abolished.



On motion of Regent Deal, seconded by Regent Starrett, the

Laboratory Fees for the several Departments as recommended in

President Stubbs report was adopted as follows:



Fee for General Chemistry, per term 2.00

Fee for Quantitative Chemistry, per term 2.50

Fee for Quantitative Chemistry, for the course 5.00

Fee for Agricultural Chemistry, per term 2.50

Fee for Mineralogy, per term 2.50

Fee for Junior Assaying, per term 5.00

Fee for Biology on Bacteriology, per term 2.50

Fee for Senior Metallury & Assaying, per term 5.00

Fee for Practical Mechanics, per term 2.50

Fee for Typewriting, per term 1.00



Deposit Fees



Deposit Fee, General Chemistry, per term 2.00

Deposit Fee, Quantitative Chemistry, per term 5.00

Deposit Fee, Quantitative Chemistry, for the course 5.00

Deposit Fee, Agricultural Chemistry, per term 5.00

Deposit Fee, General Guarantee Fund, per term 1.00



On motion of Regent Deal, seconded by Regent Starrett, President

Stubbs was appointed a delegate to attend the Annual Convention

of Agricultural Colleges and Experiment Stations, to be held at

Minneapolis, on July 16 and 17, 1897.



No further business appearing, the Board adjourned.



J. N. Evans

President



Geo. H. Taylor

Secretary