November 27-28, 1894
Volume OC - Pages 48-50
November 27, 1894
The regular monthly meeting of the Board of Regents was held at
their Office in the Dormitory building on Tuesday the 27th day
of November 1984, at 9:30 A.M. Present: J. W. Haines, C. E.
Mack and H. L. Fish, also the President of the University.
Minutes of previous meeting read and approved.
President Stubbs read his monthly report dealing at length with
the following subjects:
1. The Secretary's financial statement showing the balance
on hand in the several funds on November 1 and amount
classes allowed this day.
2. The enrollment of student at thus is 223. The order and
spirit of the student has been good. The progression of
course of study by the General Special Committee of the
faculty is well advanced, and the detail report will be
submitted to you at your next meeting. General assembly
has been well maintained.
3. The President has given two University Extension
lectures in Carson in the past month. Class now
numbers 104. The President believes that this Depart-
ment can be made a valuable department to the University
in the coming years.
4. University price of raising means to build and equip a
Gymnasium and Armory has been put on file. There will
be changes in the Management of the Boarding Hall
sometime in December.
5. Recommends that the Board of Regents ask the
Legislature to provide the following appropriations:
Contingent University-Fund 30,000
For a Boys Hall 25,000
For a Girls Cottage 10,000
Additional lawn on the West Side 3,000
of campus grounds
6. That the President be authorized to make use of one page
of the Student Record and pay Five Dollars a month for
7. That the Regents consider the advisability of building a
President's Residence on the University grounds in the
8. That the Regents invite the Governor, Governor elect and
newly elected Regents and Attorney General elect with
the Board to their December session to consider all
questions which the Board of Regents may wish to submit
to the Legislature.
Signed J. E. Stubbs, President
On motion, the recommendation of President Stubbs, relative to
appropriations to be asked for by the Regents for the next two
On motion, the recommendation of President Stubbs relative to a
course of study in Domestic Economy be established as soon the
funds would permit, was approved.
On motion, the President was authorized to make use of one page,
the Student Record paying 5.00 a month for said.
On motion, the Secretary was instructed to invite the Governor,
Governor Elect, Attorney General elect, and Regents elect to
meet with the Board at their December session to consider all
questions which the Board may wish to submit to the Legislature.
Salaries were presented and allowed as follows:
Contingent University Fund
November Pay Roll Saly afc 389.16
November Pay Roll Labor afc 61.10
Mrs. H. Pratt 50.10
Conel Transfer Co. 4.00
Reno Water Co. 6.60
J. F. Aitken 25.00
S. J. Hodgekinson 5.85
F. Lenz & Bros. 22.15
Student Record 5.00
Mining Laboratory Fund
November Salaries 195.00
A. P. Mack 3.85
John F. Aitken 33.00
Reno M. & L. Co. 4.80
John Taylor Co. 23.29
AG & Mechl College Fund
Nov Salary Roll 1681.67
A. A. Manning 42.43
W. O. H. Martin 46.93
Henry Neil Chemical Co 51.90
Reno Mill Co. 23.88
G. W. Alexander .70
Geo. H. Taylor 50.90
Payot Upham & Co. Appd 20.00
W. Daxey Appd 10.69
Journal of Commerce Co Appd 2.00
Geo. W. Taylor Appd 3.50
No further business business appearing, the Board adjourned to
meet Thursday, December 20, 1894.
H. L. Fish
Geo. W. Taylor