07/29/1893
UCCSN Board of Regents' Meeting Minutes
July 29-30, 1893








07-29-1893

Volume OC - Page 22



                        July 29, 1893



At a regular meeting of the Board of Regents held on Saturday,

July 29, 1893, Governor Colcord, J. W. Haines, H. L. Fish were

present.  Absent:  C. E. Mack and J. D. Torreyson.



Minutes of the last meeting read and approved.



Balance sheets of respective funds on hand read.



Letter from Lieutenant W. G. Hann of July 22nd read and the

Secretary instructed to advise him that the Board requested the

Department at Washington to have Lieutenant Neall retained, but

in case that was not done, his name requested as first choice.



Upon motion, the young man from the Orphan's Home recommended by

State School Superintendent Ring would be received at the Univer-

sity at the opening of the Fall term and given sufficient employ-

ment for his support, provided he passed the required examination

for entrance.



Normal school propositions discussed and Miss Kate Bardenwerpen

to be offered Sixty Dollars per month from Sept 1, 1893.



On motion, it was ordered that Charles P. Brown be employed for

one year from July 1, 1893 at Seventy Dollars per month as

assistant to Professor Jackson in the Mining Laboratory.



Professor Jackson reported samples received and worked for July

as follows:



         Samples on July 1                  14

         Samples received during July        8

                                    Total   22

         Samples working during July        20

         Samples on hand July               29



Professor Miller allowed Fifty Dollars for supplies in the

Physiological laboratory.



Claims were allowed as follows:



         Contingent University Fund   1,029.50

         Mining Laboratory Fund         297.15

         Ag & Mechanical College Fund 1,380.00

                            Total    $2,706.65



No further business appearing, the Board adjourned.



                             H. L. Fish

                             President



Geo. H. Taylor

Secretary