06/25/1903
UCCSN Board of Regents' Meeting Minutes
June 25-26, 1903








06-25-1903

Volume OC - Pages 295-299



Reno, Nevada

June 25, 1903



The Board of Regents met in Special meeting Thursday, June 25,

1903, at 9:30 A.M., a full Board being present.



On motion of Regent Booher, seconded by Regent Kirman, Mr.

Richard Brown was instructed to secure ten keys and a Master key

for the Girls' Cottage, one key to be given to each student on

the deposit of 25 cents, same to be returned to said students

when the key was given up.



President Stubbs placed in nomination Miss Francis E. Short for

Instructor in English and Mistress of the Girls' Cottage. Upon

motion of Regent Kirman, seconded by Regent Booher, Mrs. N. W.

Blume was requested to hand her resignation to the Board to take

effect August 31, 1903, Regent Evans voting against the request.



Superintendent Brown was instructed to have all leaks in the gas

pipes in the Girls' Cottage repaired at once.



Upon the recommendation of President Stubbs, Professor Robert

Lewers was appointed acting President until September 1, 1903,

or in the absence of President Stubbs and Dean Thurtell (now

acting President). Carried.



Upon motion of Regent Kirman, seconded by Regent Booher, the con-

tract of W. H. Lyon for cases in the Mining building submitted in

his bid June 15, 1903 for $102 was accepted.



Upon motion of Regent Kirman, seconded by Regent Booher, a verbal

lease for use of baseball grounds be accepted from Regent Evans

for one year, and the University in return extend to the family

and their friends complimentary tickets to all the privileges of

the games.



Board took a recess to 4 o'clock P.M. this day.



The bid of John Barrett for furnishing granite coping for stone

wall at the entrance to the grounds at $3.50 a running foot com-

plete in the wall was accepted.



It was moved, seconded and carried that no person except students

be granted the privilege of using the University Hospital.



The nomination of President Stubbs that Miss Frances E. Short to

the position of Instructor in English and Mistress of the Girls'

Cottage at an annual salary of Six Hundred dollars, payable

monthly from September 1, 1903, was approved.



Claims were allowed as follows:



Contingent Fund & Interest Account - No. 57-90



May Payroll - P & I $1713.68

W. W. Booher 40.85

Geo. H. Taylor 56.81

Geo. H. Taylor 12.10

Geo. H. Taylor 123.87

Ben A. Evans 200.00

Reno Truck & Transfer Co. 7.75

A. F. Niedt 337.50

Reno Mercantile Co. 66.72

Nevada Power Light & Water Co. 75.00

J. R. Bradley Co. 3.30

Cann Drug Co. 5.00

Sunset Telephone & Telegraph Co. 5.35

Riverside Hotel 22.00

Reno Ledger 2.00

Overland Livery Stable 5.00

Nevada State Journal 18.00

Nevada State Journal 7.50

Sol Levy 1.30

Reno Mill & Lumber Co. 57.54

Dry Powder Fire Extinguisher Co. 120.00

J. M. Mc Cormack 80.00

J. E. Stubbs 108.00

C. J. Brooking 9.80

University of Chicago Press 7.35

Nevada Hardware & Supply Co. .90

Nevada Hardware & Supply Co. 36.27

W. J. Luke 11.75

Rosenthal & Armanko 39.00

J. A. Barham 290.00

Washoe County Bank 45.00

Scheeline & Osborne Agents 180.00

Scheeline & Osborne Agents 36.00

Scheeline & Osborne Agents 135.00

Total $3860.34



Contingent Fund & Interest Account - No. 91-97



June Payroll - P & I $1542.82

W. W. Booher 39.20

Joseph Borghese 92.00

Sunset Telephone & Telegraph Co. 5.60

Gazette Publishing Co. 15.50

Caine & Schadler 60.00

Nevada Power Light & Water Co. 144.95

Total $1900.07



Kip Salary Fund - No. 6



Postmaster, Reno $ 7.75



The bid of W. H. Lyon to do all the carpentry work in Stewart

Hall, Morrill Hall, the Chemical building, Gymnasium, Lincoln

Hall and the Girls' Cottage according to specifications on file

in the Regents' Office for $298.45 to the satisfaction of the

Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds and the Board of Regents

and to be paid on the completion of the work was accepted.



The bid of A. W. Holmes to do all the plastering in Stewart Hall,

Morrill Hall, Lincoln Hall, the Girls' Cottage and the Mining

building according to the specifications on file in the Regents'

Office for the sum of $330.00 to the satisfaction of the Superin-

tendent of Buildings and Grounds and the Board of Regents was

accepted.



The bid of Daniels & Steinmetz to furnish all the supplies and

do all the work in the Girls' Cottage, Morrill Hall, Stewart Hall

and Lincoln Hall according to specifications on file in the Re-

gents' Office for the sum of $318.75 to the satisfaction of the

Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds and the Board of Regents

was accepted.



The bid of P. Hailand for painting the buildings as follows was

accepted. (Nothing follows.)



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

the Chairman.



Geo. H. Taylor

Secretary