08/10/1901
UCCSN Board of Regents' Meeting Minutes
August 10-11, 1901








08-10-1901

Volume OC - Pages 227-231



Reno, Nevada

August 10, 1901



The Board of Regents met at 11 o'clock A.M., Saturday, August 10,

1901. Present, J. N. Evans and W. W. Booher. Absent, W. E. F.

Deal.



On motion of Regent Booher, the reading of the previous meeting

minutes was postponed until later in the day.



Dr. J. E. Stubbs asked permission to take up an important matter

out of the regular order of business, which was granted.



On motion of Regent Booher, President Stubbs was granted a leave

of absence from August 23rd, not to exceed two months, and

Professor Henry Thurtell is hereby appointed as acting President

of the State University in his absence.



The hour having arrived to open the bids for the erection and

completion of the Chemical Laboratory and Hospital buildings,

the Board proceeded to open same which were as follows:



Chemical Laboratory Building



No. 1 - Peter Huff & Thos. Muckle in stone $12,750.00

No. 2 - Burke & Patterson in stone 12,069.00

No. 3 - C. E. Clough in brick or stone 11,447.50

No. 4 - Geo. E. Holesworth in brick 11,396.00



Hospital Building



No. 1 - Peter Huff & Thos. Muckle in stone $ 4,456.00

No. 2 - C. E. Clough in brick or stone 3,946.00

No. 3 - Geo. E. Holesworth in brick 3,470.00



On motion of Regent Booher, the awarding of the contracts for

the Chemical Laboratory and Hospital buildings was postponed

until 7:30 o'clock this evening, August 10, 1901, at the Office

of the Board of Regents. All of the above bids were accompanied

by certified checks for $500 each, except Peter Huff & Thos.

Muckle.



The Board authorized President Stubbs to request the County

Commissioner to appoint a special Police Officer for the Univer-

sity to enforce the regulations of the Board of Regents.



The Secretary of the Board was instructed to advertise in the

Reno Gazette and Journal 250 cords, 4-foot split wood and 50

cords, 4-foot slab wood, said wood to be delivered, piled and

measured on the State University grounds during the months of

September, October and November, 1901. Bids to be received on

or before 10 o'clock A.M., August 20, 1901, at which time the

bids will be opened.



The President of the Board is hereby authorized to buy two cars

of coal at the best prices possible.



The President of the University is authorized to ask the War

Department for the detail of Captain Hollis Chenery Clark,

retired U. S. Army, to be Instructor in Military Science and

Tactics and Instructor in the University, with a salary of

Three Hundred dollars a year from September 1, 1901.



Minutes of meeting held July 29 approved as read.



Board adjourned until 7:30 o'clock this evening.



J. N. Evans

President



Geo. H. Taylor

Secretary



The adjourned meeting of the Board of Regents met in their Office

at 7:30 P.M., Saturday, August 10, 1901. Present, W. E. F. Deal,

J. N. Evans and W. W. Booher.



Regent Deal moved, seconded by Regent Booher, that the bid for

the erection and completion of the Chemical Laboratory building

in stone for Eleven Thousand Four Hundred and Forty Seven dollars

and 50 cents ($11,447.50) be awarded to Chas. E. Clough, and

Judge A. E. Cheney is hereby authorized to draw a contract for

said building with Mr. Clough to be submitted to the Board for

approval at their next meeting.



Regent Deal moved, seconded by Regent Booher, that all the bids

for the Hospital building be rejected for the reason that all of

the bids were in excess of the amount appropriated for said pur-

pose. Mr. Holesworth was requested by the Board to enter into a

contract to build the Hospital building substantially the same

as the present plans, which he refused to do.



The President of the Board of Regents was authorized to enter

into a contract with Mr. Chas. E. Clough to build and complete

the Hospital building substantially the same as the present plans

for the sum of $3100, Thirty and One Hundred dollars, for the

reason that the Board had twice advertised for bids to erect

said building and had failed to receive any bid within the appro-

priation.



Regent Booher moved, seconded by Regent Deal, that the requisi-

tion of Professor Louderback for specimens and maps for his

Department at a cost of about $210 be approved.



Claims were allowed from the several funds as follows:



Contingent & Interest Account - No. 67-75



June Payroll $1126.34

July Payroll 830.34

W. W. Booher 38.40

John Henderson 200.00

S. O. Wells Estate 387.00

Reno Water, Land & Light Co. 75.00

Geo. H. Taylor 37.80

W. W. Booher 37.80

Caine & Schadler 440.50

Total $3173.18



Chemical Laboratory Building Fund - No. 1-2



Geo. E. Holesworth $ 10.00

Chas. E. Clough 10.00

Total $ 20.00



Agricultural & Mechanic College Fund - No. 2952-2969



June Payroll $1671.42

Geo. H. Taylor 22.26

Richard Brown 2.15

Marcus Frederick 20.00

Total $1715.83



Agricultural & Mechanic College Fund - No. 2970-2991



July Payroll $1734.17

Elwood P. Cubberly 25.00

Geo. H. Taylor 19.83

S. O. Wells Estate 135.00

Wm. H. Guild & Co. 36.15

A. M. Robertson 26.01

A. M. Robertson 305.80

A. M. Robertson 125.20

A. M. Robertson 29.50

Total $2205.36



Experiment Station Hatch Fund - No. 2993-3022



June Payroll $1172.85

Geo. H. Taylor 10.00

Geo. E. Holesworth 15.00

Reno Mercantile Co. 3.20

J. R. Bradley Co. 2.75

J. B. Mc Cullough 7.60

James O'Neill 4.25

R. L. Purcel 2.70

G. Merklinger .50

H. F. Panola 1.75

Total $1220.60



Experiment Station Hatch Fund - No. 3023-3050



July Payroll $1230.35

S. O. Wells Estate 135.00

R. L. Purcel 10.25

James O'Neill 4.00

G. Merklinger 1.75

E. Vernon 2.50

J. R. Bradley Co. 5.55

Nevada Hardware & Supply Co. 8.73

W. W. Barnard & Co. 1.40

Dixie Deal Stamp Co. .70

Total $1400.23



No further business appearing, the Board adjourned.



J. N. Evans

President



Geo. H. Taylor

Secretary