10/04/1902
UCCSN Board of Regents' Meeting Minutes
October 4-5, 1902








10-04-1902

Volume OC - Pages 264-267



Reno, Nevada

October 4, 1902



The Board of Regents met at 10 o'clock A.M. Saturday, October 4,

1902. Present W. W. Booher and J. N. Evans. Absent W. E. F.

Deal.



Minutes of meeting held August 25, 1902 approved as read.



Upon the recommendation of President Stubbs, Mr. Romanzo Adams

was elected as Professor of Education and Sociology at an annual

salary of Eighteen Hundred dollars, payable monthly, commencing

with January 1, 1903.



Upon the recommendation of President Stubbs, Gordon H. True was

elected Professor of Animal Husbandry of the Experiment Station

at an annual salary of Eighteen Hundred dollars, payable monthly,

commencing with January 1, 1903.



It was moved, seconded and carried, that the salaries of Profes-

sor N. E. Wilson, J. E. Church and Robert Lewers be increased to

Two Thousand dollars per annum, to take effect from and after

January 1, 1903, payable monthly, and Dr. P. B. Kennedy Eighteen

Hundred dollars per annum, to take effect January 1, 1903, pay-

able monthly.



Miss Anna H. Martin was elected Instructor to lecture in History

of Art at a salary of Twenty dollars per month from September 1,

1902.



Professor N. E. Wilson was granted a leave of absence for one

month and appointed delegate to attend the Convention of Agri-

cultural Colleges and Experiment Stations to be held at Atlanta,

Georgia.



The resignation of Professor Henry R. Evans as Instructor in

University Extension Work at Virginia City was received and

accepted, to take effect September 25, 1902.



It was moved, seconded and carried that Mr. Alexander Wise be

appointed Instructor in University Extension Work at Virginia

City temporarily, at a salary of $75.00 per month from October

1, 1902.



Professor Stubbs was authorized to employ Mr. Geo. H. Raven as

Instructor in University Extension Work at Virginia City.



Upon motion of Regent Booher, it was ordered that the degree of

B. S. be conferred upon Geo. Springmeyer with the Class of 1902.



Bids for the furnishing of wood were received as follows:



R. Mc Menamin - 60 cords dry slabs delivered as per adver-

tisement at $4.00 per cord.



Ben A. Evans - 250 cords good 4-foot split pine wood

delivered on University grounds according

to advertisement at $5.00 per cord and 60

cords dry 4-foot slab wood at $3.90 per

cord delivered on University grounds.



F. Vogliotti - 250 cords good dry 4-foot split wood deliver-

ed on University grounds according to adver-

tisement at $5.00 per cord.



On motion seconded and carried, Ben A. Evans was awarded the

contract to furnish 60 cords dry slab wood at $3.90 per cord

delivered and F. Vogliotti was awarded the contract to furnish

250 cords dry 4-foot split wood at $5.00 per cord delivered and

piled on University grounds.



Claims were allowed on October 4, 1902 by Regents Evans and

Booher, as follows:



Contingent Fund and Interest Account - No. 208-226



September Payroll $1157.00

W. W. Booher 38.90

W. W. Booher 37.25

Geo. H. Taylor 15.25

Daniels & Steinmetz 75.22

Nevada Power, Light & Water Co. 162.00

Nevada Hardware & Supply Co. 15.95

B. J. Genesy 3.00

B. J. Genesy 12.65

Reno Mercantile Co. 43.93

Martin & Co. 2.88

Geo. H. Taylor a/c Castle Gate Coal Co. 62.15

Sunset Telephone & Telegraph Co. 9.00

Artemisia 6.00

C. Conntois 6.50

J. F. Aitken 171.50

Chas. E. Clough 84.00

Gazette Publishing Co. 5.10

Methodist Mission 12.00

Total $1920.28



Agricultural & Mechanic College Fund - No. 3353-3380



September Payroll $1911.66

Blaine Grey 24.30

Geo. D. Louderback 4.00

Soute Art Co. 35.83

B. J. Genesy 15.15

Nevada Power, Light & Water Co. 4.20

Reno Mercantile Co. 1.94

Emanuel Gibeau 69.10

Nevada Hardware & Supply Co. 53.45

Geo. H. Taylor a/c Castle Gate Coal Co. 62.96

Geo. H. Taylor 71.56

Reno Mill & Lumber Co. 59.82

Total $2313.97



Experiment Station Hatch Fund - No. 3438-3479



September Payroll $ 860.88

F. R. Lewis 5.00

R. L. Robinson 5.00

Edward Barker 5.00

J. Otis Jacobs 25.00

Geo. I. James 79.50

Nevada Power, Light & Water Co. 34.80

Reno Mercantile Co. 20.52

Reno Mercantile Co. 25.35

B. J. Genesy 6.75

Sunset Telephone & Telegraph Co. 1.50

English Mill Ranch 43.50

Cooper & Crooks 40.00

James O'Neill 7.75

James O'Neill 4.00

Daniels & Steinmetz .50

C. Novacovich .50

R. H. Mc Dowell 10.80

H. R. Melendy 9.75

Nevada Hardware & Supply Co. 17.38

Geo. H. Taylor a/c Castle Gate Coal Co. 31.77

Geo. H. Taylor 24.15

Nevada State Journal 528.00

California Electrical Works 4.00

Union Photo Engraving Co. 7.56

Franklin Engraving Co. 71.31

Henry J. Green 4.50

Total $1874.77



No further business, the Board adjourned to meet Saturday, Novem-

ber 1, 1902, at 9 o'clock A.M.



J. N. Evans

President



Geo. H. Taylor

Secretary