September 3-4, 1892
Volume OC - Pages 4-5
September 3, 1892
At a meeting of the Board of Regents held at 9:30 A.M. this day
the following members were present: E. T. George, H. L. Fish and
J. W. Haines. Absent: J. D. Torreyson and Governor Colcord.
Minutes of meetings held July 9th and August 2nd, including
Financial report of the Ag & Mech College to the U. S. Treasurer
for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1892, were read and approved.
Claims for the months of July and August were allowed as per
From Ag & Mech College Fund Appd 2,052.01
From Ag & Mech College Fund Appd 3,896.52
From Contingent University Fund 453.51
From Mining Laboratory Fund 275.00
On motion of Governor Colcord, seconded by E. T. George, to raise
Professor R. D. Jackson's salary to Two Hundred Fifty Dollars
per month for the months of September, October, November and
December 1892 and Professor Phillips' salary to Two Hundred
Dollars per month for the same months, and Richard Brown's salary
to One Hundred and Fifty Dollars per month from September 1,
Professor R. D. Jackson presented the following order, which was
In order to avoid useless work in the State Mining Laboratory
that when it becomes evident to those in charge of the work
that any sample contains nothing of value the analysis may be
stopped and such sample thrown aside and reported valueless.
President Jones reported that he had employed Mr. James E.
Church Jr. of Kolby, Michigan as Instructor in Latin and such
other branches as the interests of the University may demand
at a salary of Twelve Hundred Dollars per annum from September 1,
The President was authorized to furnish Mrs. Emery with an as-
sistant in the Training School at Fifty Dollars per month from
Sept. 1, 1892 and he was also instructed to employ Frederick
Stadmueller as assistant to Professor J. W. Phillips in Chemistry
and Physics at Twenty Five Dollars per month from Sept. 1, 1892
to be paid from Agriculture College Fund.
No further business appearing, the Board adjourned to meet
Saturday, October 1, 1892.
H. L. Fish
Geo. H. Taylor