The board of yegénts lield their regular monthly meeting, Wednesday, all the members, with the exeption of Regents VVillets and Draper, being present. The regents took action relative to University extensión teaching, and authorized the members of the faculty to accept invitations from local bodies to deliver lectures on this subject. The faculty is not to undertake local organization, but is to await invitations from societies or classes desiringto enter on the work. The entire expense must be borne bv the local organizations. The University will soon issue circulars giving more details. The board invited the Michigan G. A. R-, which meets here next April, to hold their meetings in University Hall. The following appointments were made to deliver special lectures in the law department: Dr. Howell, on "microscopy and its medico-legal relations." Prof. Hudson, on "comparative constitutional law." Dr. Vaughan, on "toxicology and its legal relations." Prof. Adams, on "The railroad problem. " Judge Cooley was asked to deliver lectures on special subjects before the post-graduates of the law department. The salary of Julius D. Schlotterbeck, assistant in pharmacognosy, was raised from $300 to $600. The medical faculty was authorízed to establish a training school for nurses in connection vvith the University hospital, the number of pupils being limited to eight. The following degrees were conferred: George Morton Walker, B. S. (C. E.); Miss Marión McDonald, A. B.; Byron H. Finney, A. B. The board decided to keep the University hospital, when completed, open during the entire year hereafter, the assistants of the several clinical professors to take charge of patients during the summer vacation, without extra compensation.