MINUTES OF TEM BOARD OF T USTRES
An amendment was offered by aMr. Clay to Mr. Regenstein's motion, so that the
motion read as follows:-
Resolved that the minutes of the Executive Committee be approved, with the
proviso that anyone who objects to any particular part of the minutes shall have the
right, upon demand, to call for a separate vote on that part.
Said amendment, having been seconded and accepted by Mr. Regenstein, was unani-
On request of Mr. Smith, the resolutions of the Committee in regard to official
statements and letters were taken up, and 11Mr. Stoll explained the necessity for such
resolutions and their meaning and intent. On motion these resolutions were approved.
President Emeritus Patterson asked for a reading of the paragraph on the organi-
zation of the University which delegated the supervision of instructional work to the
Vice-President. He strongly objected to this paragraph, until IM'r. Clay said that the
minutes were wrong and the passage ought to read:
"The Vice-President shall, jointly with and under the direction of the President,
have supervision of the instructional work of the University and act for the Presi-
dent in his absence."
Motion made, seconded and unanimously carried that this insertaion should be
made in the minutes.
President Emeritus Patterson asked that the resolution in regard to the Academy
should be read, which was done and he then spoke at length in opposition to the pro-
posed change. After a prolonged discussion, a vote was called for on this resolution,
and on roll-call the vote stood:
may 30, 1911