October 12-13, 1903
Volume OC - Pages 300-302
October 12, 1903
The Board of Regents met at their Office at 9:30 A.M., Monday,
October 12, 1903, a full Board being present.
Minutes of June 15 and 25 read and approved.
President Stubbs read his report which was ordered placed on
It was ordered that the Policy of Insurance on the Armory and
Gymnasium building for $5000 expiring on October 26, 1903 be
given to the Henderson Banking Co. at Elko, Nevada.
The Board wishes to tender their sincere thanks to Regent Kirman
for his generous gift of three lathes to the Mechanical Depart-
It was ordered that the funds of the Agricultural & Mechanical
College be divided with the Farmers and Merchants Bank from and
after January 1, 1904 and that a bond be given to the Treasurer
for said funds.
The recommendation of President Stubbs in his report relating to
a building for a Dining Hall was laid over for further consider-
A leave of absence was granted to Miss Anna H. Martin from
January 1 to September 1, 1904. Also to extend the time to
September 1, 1905 if so desired without salary.
Dr. Stubbs requested that he place his house on the Station Farm
which was granted.
A requisition for $800 for the purchase of stock for the Experi-
ment Station Farm was granted to Professor True.
On motion, Professor True was authorized to purchase a cream
separator at a cost of $100.
Mr. Richard Brown was instructed to have border and papering done
in the Reception Room of the Girls' College.
The President of the Board was authorized to fit up a blue print
room and additional drafting room for Professor Blessing.
On motion, a requisition was granted to Professor Blessing for
tools in the Shop.
The bid of F. W. Braun & Co. for equipment for the Department
of Physics was accepted.
Claims were allowed as follows:
Contingent & Interest Fund - No. 131-147
September Payroll $1276.04
Geo. H. Taylor 41.73
W. W. Booher 40.90
Geo. J. Young 11.85
Nevada Power Light & Water Co. 157.70
Reno Mercantile Co. 13.00
R. B. Howcroft 20.75
Gus Kappo 5.75
Reno Mill & Lumber Co. 5.10
Reno Truck & Transfer Co. 18.50
Sunset Telephone & Telegraph Co. 4.50
John J. Pardee, Secretary 6.00
Reno Mill & Lumber Co. 45.65
B. J. Genesy 15.25
Daniels & Steinmetz 11.95
Daniels & Steinmetz 32.50
Daniels & Steinmetz 318.75
Experiment Station - Hatch Fund - No. 3878-3908
September Payroll $ 946.50
Geo. H. Taylor 14.45
J & J Raycraft 17.00
James O'Neill 8.00
Theo W. Clark 3.25
B. A. Cooper 35.00
Cann Drug Co. 17.65
Reno Mercantile Co. 10.01
M. A. Parrott 2.85
Wells Estate Co. 3.00
Reno Mill & Lumber Co. 11.00
Nevada Power Light & Water Co. 40.30
S. J. Hodgkinson 2.25
Sunset Telephone & Telegraph Co. 1.50
B. J. Genesy .75
R. B. Howcroft 4.50
Agricultural & Mechanic College Morrill Fund - No. 3712-3749
September Payroll $1660.10
Geo. H. Taylor 29.16
Sol Levy 6.00
C. J. Brooking 6.20
Nevada Engineering Works 25.00
Reno Mercantile Co. 48.76
J. R. Bradley Co. 31.50
R. B. Howcroft 7.50
Mysell Rollins Co. 7.50
Boston Book Co. 3.50
The Mac Millan Co. 15.31
G. P. Putnam & Sons 1.82
Keuffel & Essen Co. 27.41
Eugene Dietzgen Co. 10.73
F. W. Braun & Co. 8.00
F. W. Braun & Co. 36.87
F. W. Braun & Co. 5.48
No further business, the Board adjourned to meet Saturday,
November 7, 1903.
Geo. H. Taylor