06/15/1903
UCCSN Board of Regents' Meeting Minutes
June 15-16, 1903








06-15-1903

Volume OC - Pages 294-295



Reno, Nevada

June 15, 1903



The Board of Regents met at their Office at 8:30 A.M., June 15,

1903. Present: Regents Evans and Kirman. Absent: Regent

Booher.



Minutes of May 20 and June 1, 1903 approved as read. The Secre-

tary was instructed to acknowledge the thanks of the Board to

E. O. Mc Cormick, General Passenger Agent of the Southern Pacific

Company, for transportation of the Station staff to the Farmers'

Convention held in Elko, Nevada.



President Stubbs recommended that Professor Young be placed in

charge of the Department of Mining and Metallurgy and these De-

partments be merged into one Department.



President Stubbs nominated Mr. Irvin W. Ayers for Librarian at an

annual salary of Six Hundred dollars and Public Speaking at an

annual salary of Two Hundred dollars, commencing with September

1, 1903, payable monthly, which was approved.



President Stubbs nominated Miss Frances Short for Instructor in

English and Mistress of the Cottage, which was held over until a

full Board was present.



Mr. H. B. George, A. G. Raycroft and Charles H. Stoddard were

appointed as Auditors to examine the bookkeeping accounts and

vouchers of the Experiment Station for the fiscal year ending

June 30, 1903.



Dr. Stubbs asked for a leave of absence to the first or middle

of September, which was granted.



Bids for wood were received as follows:



Loyalton Lumber Co. - 4-foot split Pine wood at $4.75 per

cord, 4-foot slab wood at $3.75 per

cord, delivered and piled on University

grounds.



E. L. Drappo - 4-foot split Pine wood at $5.10 per

cord, 4-foot slab wood at $3.10 per

cord, delivered and piled on University

grounds.



Felix Vagliatti - 4-foot split Pine wood at $5.15 per

cord, 4-foot slab wood at $3.25 per

cord.



The bid of Loyalton Lumber Co. for 250 cords 4-foot split Pine

wood at $4.75 per cord being the lowest, the bid was accepted.

The bid of E. L. Drappo for 60 cords 4-foot slab wood at $3.10

being the lowest, the bid was accepted.



No further business, the Board ajourned to meet at the call of

the President.



J. N. Evans

President



Geo. H. Taylor

Secretary