UCCSN Board of Regents' Meeting Minutes
July 9-10, 1892


Volume OC - Pages 2-3

                      Reno, Nevada

                      July 9, 1892

The regular monthly meeting of the Board of Regents was held at

their Office in the State University building this day. Present:

J. D. Torreyson, E. T. George and H. L Fish.  Absent:  Governor

Colcord and J. W. Haines.

Minutes of the last meeting were read and approved.

Mr. Brown instructed to follow the water pipe attached to the

University pipe by J. N. Evans and report at once to the Board if

any water was being used, and, if so, for what purpose.

Upon motion, the allowance made at a meeting held June 10, 1892

for a delegate to the Convention of Associates of Agricultural

Colleges' Experiment Stations was rescinded.

Mr. Brown was instructed as follows:

    Have second coat of paint put on Mechanical Arts building.

    Remove the stairways leading from the Dining Room to the main

        hall of the Dormitory building and close doors to said


    To make additional repairs, cost not to exceed Sixty Dollars.

Mr. Brown reports that no water is being used by Mr. Evans from

the pipe connected with the University grounds.

Communication of Reno Water Land & Light Company with reference

to cutting of pipes connected with University grounds, placed on

file pending further information.

Communication from D. A Dawson relative to sale of a skeleton.

Secretary was instructed to advise that the Board did not wish

to purchase.

On motion, it was ordered that Professor Phillips be paid One

Hundred Dollars per month for July and August from the Mining

Laboratory Fund.

Claims were presented and allowed as follows per annual entries:

         Contingent University Fund     911.36

         Mining Laboratory Fund          46.00

         Ag & Mech College Fund       1,589.48

         Ag & Mech College Fund         206.08

                              Total  $2,752.92

No further business appearing, the Board adjourned to meet

Saturday, September 3, 1892.

                             H. L. Fish


Geo. H. Taylor