Patterson Hall, which will be necessary to supply rooming space
forthe girls now in Patterson Hall, the rooms at present being
inadequate. On motion made seconded and unanimously carried,
by a call of the yeas and nays, President Barker and the Business
Agent were made a committee to take up this matter and given full
power to act, but the improvements here mentioned, including
some culinary supplies, shall not exceed the sum of $1500.
By unanimous tote, President Barker was authorized to exe-
cute a bond to the Federal Government, as required by Federal
laws, for an extra supply of guns to be furnished the State
It was moved and seconded that an account presented by
Major Kelly, amounting to $46.40 due the Federal Government
for the loss of some of the armory supplies for the past few
years, be paid. The yeas and nays were called and it was
Itwas suggested at this point that hereafter the President
of this University shall at each meeting of the Executive Com-
mittee submit a written report covering all of the applications
for the various departments or any other demands that may be
asked against the University, calling for the expenditure of
money, and in said report he shall set forth his recommendation
as to each such request or demand so made.
On motion made and seconded, the committee then adjourned
to meet at the Phoenix Hotel, at eleven o'clock on Thmusday
September 28, 1911.