10/04/1894
UCCSN Board of Regents' Meeting Minutes
October 4-5, 1894








10-04-1894

Volume OC - Pages 44-45



Reno, Nevada

October 4, 1894



At a special meeting of the Board of Regents held on October 4,

1894, H. L. Fish, J. W. Haines and C. E. Mack being present, the

following order was passed:



It is hereby ordered that a requisition for additional arms

and ammunition be made upon the U. S. Government and that

Joseph E. Stubbs, President of the University, is hereby

authorized by the Board to make such requisition and to have

executed the necessary Bond to the United States of America

in the penal sum of Eight Thousand Four Hundred and Seventy

Two Dollars and Ninety Cents ($8,472.90) secured by Charles

Beuden and A. A. Manning as securities qualifying for Forty

Two Hundred Thirty Six Dollars and Forty Five Cents

($4236.45) each. Conditioned for the safe keeping, account-

ing for and return to the Secretary of War of the United

States or to such Officer or person as he may designate to

receive them of the following and therefore is hereby re-

quested to be issued by said Secretary of War to said Uni-

versity for the Military instruction and practice of the

students thereof, to wit:



2 3-inch rifled guns wrought iron mold 1861 @

$450.00 $900.00

2 Carriages with timbers, 3-inch gun 325.00 $650.00

2 Gunners hawer sacks 2.20 4.40

2 Handspikes, trail 1.10 2.20

4 Lanyards .10 .40

2 Priming wires .10 .20

4 Sponges and reamers, 3-inch 1.00 4.00

4 Sponge covers, 3-inch .30 1.20

2 Tompions, 3-inch .30 .60

2 Tube pinchers 1.50 3.00

4 Thumbstalls .20 .80

2 Vent Covers .40 .80

1 Pendulum house, 3-inch 2.50

1 Pendulum house seat .60

1 Pendulum house ponch .75

2 Paulins 12 X 15 feet 10.25 20.50

150 Springfield cadet rifles calibro 45 15.00 2,250.00

150 Bayonet scabbards .81 121.50

150 Waist belts and peates .60 90.00

150 Cartridge boxes calibro 45 1.22 183.00

Total $4,236.45



Bond for same was executed for above October 11, 1894 with Chas.

T. Beuden and A. A. Manning of Reno, Nevada as securities.



No further business, the Board adjourned.



H. L. Fish

President



Geo. H. Taylor

Secretary