09/02/1893
UCCSN Board of Regents' Meeting Minutes
September 2-3, 1893








09-02-1893

Volume OC - Pages 23-24



                        Reno, Nevada

                     September 2, 1893



At a regular meeting of the Board of Regents held at their Office

on Saturday, September 2, 1893, a full Board being present, the

following business was transacted.



Minutes of last meeting including balance sheets of the

respective funds on hand August 1, 1893 read and approved.



Communication from Fred Stadmueller to the Board asking for an

indefinite leave of absence was granted without salary from

September 1, 1893.



On motion, H. S. Swan was allowed Thirty Dollars for services in

Mining for August.



The President of the University was directed to report at the

next meeting of the Board a list of studies, classes, hours, days

and number of students in each class.



Professor R. D. Jackson reported samples received and worked in

the Mining Laboratory for August as follows:



         Samples on hand   July 29            2

         Samples received in August          24

                                      Total  26

         Samples worked in August            22

         On hand Sept 2 not worked            4



Mr. Richard Brown was instructed to put in closet and wash bowl

for small children of the Normal School in the Dormitory

building.



The personal application of Professor Cowgill to teach certain

classes three times a week instead of five times, as the Register

calls for, was denied.



It was ordered that all cooking upon any but the basement floor

of the Dormitory building be prohibited and the President of the

University was requested to see that this order was carried out.



On motion of Governor Colcord, seconded by J. W. Haines, H. S.

Swan was employed as assistant to Professor Phillips in the

Chemical Laboratory at a salary of Fifty Dollars per month from

Sept. 1, 1893 during the absence of Mr. Stadmueller.



On motion of C. E. Mack, seconded by Governor Colcord, President

Jones and the Chairman of the Board were authorized to assign to

Miss Clapp such room or rooms as in their judgment are necessary

for her private use.  Carried.



Claims were allowed as follows:



         Contingent University Fund       861.55

         Mining Laboratory Fund           248.61

         Ag & Mech College Fund         2,123.71

                             Total     $3,233.87



No further business appearing, the Board adjourned to meet

Saturday, September 30, 1893.



                             H. L. Fish

                             President



Geo. H. Taylor

Secretary