12/24/1867

 

UCCSN Board of Regents' Meeting Minutes
December 24-25, 1867
 







12-24-1867

Volume OA - Pages 23-24



                      Executive Department

                       Carson City, Nevada

                        December 24, 1867



At the call of the President, the Board of Regents met at the

Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction.  Present:

H. G. Blasdel, C. N. Noteware and A. N. Fisher.



A communication from the State Register, "No. 5 Selections for

Individuals", (minimum), was presented, placed on file (see

file "L") and selection ordered in part satisfaction of Public

Building Grant, of lands described as follows:



    N.E. 1/4   Section 29  J14 N. of Railroad 19 E.   160 acres

    N.W. 1/4   Section 28  J14 N. of Railroad 19 E.   160 acres

    N.W. 1/4   Section 29  J14 N. of Railroad 19 E.   160 acres

    S.E. 1/4   Section 18  J13 N. of Railroad 20 E.   160 acres

    N.W. 1/4   Section 29  J13 N. of Railroad 19 E.   160 acres

    N.E. 1/4   Section 31  J13 N. of Railroad 20 E.   160 acres

    N.W. 1/4   Section 32  J13 N. of Railroad 20 E.   160 acres



Said lands are situated in Douglas County and aggregate 1120

acres.



A letter from the Register, under same date, requesting advice

concerning certain lands situated between the 20 and 25 mile

lines of the C. P. R. R. reservaton, was presented, placed on

file (see file "M") and the Secretary was instructed to communi-

cate to the Register the opinion of the Board that the lands

described must be regarded as double minimum lands until official

information to the contrary has been received at the local United

States Land Office; that selection can be made as per application

of M. S. Hurd upon deposit at double minimum rates; that the

application of F. Dunker being for a portion of an odd section

cannot at present be formally entertained.



The question of compensation of State Mineralogist was taken up

pending consideration of which the Board adjourned to meet on

the 26th at 10 A.M.



                             H. G. Blasdel

                             President



A. N. Fisher

Secretary