UCCSN Board of Regents' Meeting Minutes
October 31, 1894


Volume OC - Pages 46-47

Reno, Nevada

October 31, 1894

The regular monthly meeting of the Board of Regents was held at

their Office in the Dormitory building on Wednesday October 31,

1894 at 9 A.M. Present: C. E. Mack, J. W. Haines and H. L.

Fish, also Dr. Stubbs, President of the University.

Minutes of meetings held October 2nd and 4th were read and


President Stubbs reported at considerable length on University

matters including visits to Elko and Carson in the interest of

the Institution.

The President of the University was authorized to make such

changes in the management and carrying on of the Boarding

Department as he thought for the best interests of the students.

Claims were allowed as follows:

Contingent University Fund

October payroll salary 390.66

October payroll labor 79.60

J. Mc Kissick Opera House 30.00

Pugh & Cook Painting 4.00

L. Lewis Furniture 13.50

Mrs. Needham Furniture 13.50

Total $531.26

Mining Laboratory Fund

October salaries 195.00

A. P. Mack Labor 5.25

G. H. Taylor freight bills 5.07

Total 205.32

Ag & Mechanical College Fund

October salary roll 1,681.67

R. N. Smith 42.50

George W. Clark 2.00

Reno Gazette 18.75

H. S. Crocker & Co. 9.29

W. O. H. Martin 50.70

W. O. H. Martin 41.25

Reno Mill & Lumber Co. 6.84

C. J. Brooking 20.40

A. A. Manning 10.50

John Taylor & Co. 24.90

John Taylor & Co. 8.23

Geo. H. Taylor 28.64

B. Westerwant & Co. 1.64

Johnson & Ewing 1.05

E. S. Wenner 2.00

Total $1,950.36

The following resolution was offered and adopted:

WHEREAS the Board of Prison Commissioners and Warden Bell

have presented to the State University a handsome stone

fountain which now adorns the University Campus.

THEREFORE RESOLVED that the Regents of the University

herewith extend to the Board of Commissioners and Warden

Bell the cordial acknowledgement of the Board of Regents,

the President, the faculty and the students of the

the University and the Secretary was instructed to transmit

a copy of same to the Commission Secretary and Warden.

No further business appearing, the Board adjourned.

H. L. Fish


Geo. H. Taylor