A long setsion was held by the regenta on Friday last, and important business was transacted. They decided to lócate the gymnasium on the campus. The library appropriation, $15,000, was divided asfollows: For 1891 - general ltbrary, $5,000; law, $1,500; medical, $1,000; 1892- general, ■?5,000; medical, $1,500; law, $1,000. The thanks of the board wero tendered to Mra. Alexander Winchell for books donated to the library, and to Frederick Stearns and Theodore Hinchman, of Detroit, for gifts to the chemical laboratory. Appropriations were authorized as follows: For illustrative material in arehoeology, $450, and balances in chemical depart ment, $290. The coinmittee on buildings and grounds was authorized to proceed with the additions to the law and dental buildings I'ermission was given Secretaiy AVade to fit up the old hospital building for the use of the 'dental college and to make other chonges and iuiprovements on the campus. The medical faculty was ask.ed to preparejplans for a training school for nurses, tobe[established in connection 'with the new hospitals. F. G. Novy was appointetl instructor in bacteriology, with a salary of $1,600; Alexander Ziwet, assistant professor oí mathematics; G. V. Patterson, assistant professor of physics; Mr. Rowe, assistant to chair of physics, $000; C. W Belser, assistant professor of oriental languages. Other business of minor importance was transacted.