UCCSN Board of Regents' Meeting Minutes
December 28-29, 1892


Volume OC - Pages 9-10

                       Reno, Nevada

                     December 28, 1892

At a regular meeting of the Board of Regents held 9:30 A.M.

this day, the following members were present:  J. W. Haines,

E. T. George and H. L. Fish.  Absent:  Governor Colcord and J.

D. Torreyson.

Minutes of the meeting held December 3rd were read and approved.

Financial report of the receipts and expenditures of the

Contingent University and Mining Laboratory Funds for the fis-

cal years 1891-92 were read, showing a total expenditure of

$27,976.24, leaving a balance of 23.76 unexpended.

Claims for the month were allowed as follows:

         From Contingent University Fund       140.00

         From Ag & Mech College Fund        $2,649.38

                                   Total    $2,789.38

Governor Colcord and J. D. Torreyson met with the Board at 12:00.

On motion of Governor Colcord, seconded by E. T. George, it was

ordered that the action of the Board on December 3, relative

to a reduction of board to students in the Dining Department

of the Dormitory to take effect January 1, 1893 be rescinded.

Lieutenant Neall appeared before the Board and requested that

they ask the Governor to make a recommendation in his message

to the Legislature for a Drill Hall on the University grounds.

In relation to the use of rooms by the prospective Professors,

the President was instructed to assign said rooms as he finds

for the best interest after ascertaining the order of classes

and time recitations.

The Secretary was instructed to notify Professors Jackson and

Phillips that all work will stop on behalf of the State in the

Mining Laboratory from January 1, 1893 until further orders.

On motion of J. W. Haines, seconded by Governor Colcord, One

Hundred Dollars was allowed to Mr. Brown for the purchase of

hardware lumber for use in the Mechanical Work Shop.

No further business appearing, the Board adjourned.

                             H. L. Fish


Geo. H. Taylor