07/06/1885

UCCSN Board of Regents' Meeting Minutes
July 6-7, 1885
 







07-06-1885

Volume OB - Pages 12-14



                          State of Nevada

                   Office Secy. Board of Regents

                     Carson City, July 6, 1885



The Board of Regents, pursuant to a call of the President, met

at this place.  Present:  J. H. Rand, L. W. Getchell and H. G.

Shaw.



Minutes of last meeting read and approved.



It was unanimously resolved that the State Treasury be authorized

to invest such of the State University irreducible funds as may

now be available in the State Treasury in Nevada State Bonds.



Upon invitation of the Board, Governor Adams, Controller Hallock,

Treasurer Tuffy, Superintendent of Public Institutions Young, and

Surveyor General Preble appeared to participate in discussing

modes of investing moneys in University Fund.



It was unanimously resolved that the plans of M. J. Curtis be

accepted, and that he be instructed to furnish specifications

by next Monday, 13, inst.



Following is "advertisement" ordered sent by Secretary of the

Board to the Reno "Journal" and Reno "Gazette", Virginia City

"Enterprise" and Carson City "Appeal," for first insertion on

11, inst. to stand till 20 inst., inclusive.



                              Notice



    To Contractors and Builders.



                      Nevada State University



    Sealed proposals are invited for the construction of a brick

    building -- two (2) stories, basement and mansard roof -- to

    be erected in Reno, Nevada according to the plans and speci-

    fications now on file in the office of M. D. Noteware, Sec-

    retary of the Board of Regents at Carson City, Nevada.



    The proposals will be opened at the office of the Secretary

    on the 20th day of July, A. D. 1885.  The right is reserved

    to reject any and all bids.



    By order of the Board of Regents.



                             M. D. Noteware

                             Secretary



Adjourned to meet in Carson City, on 20th inst.



                             J. H. Rand

                             President



M. D. Noteware

Secretary