authorize the assessment beyond any question; or,
in the alternative, that an a.noropriation be made
for the nurDose of enabling the University Trustees
to provide the students, without discrimination,
with those things purchased by this incidental fee
as defined by the act of the Executive Committee
on the 21st of April, 1914, and subsequently rat-
ified by the full Board.
Should it be the legislative intent that no
charge should be made any student for any purpose
the act should be so amended as to make this -urnose
clear beyond any question."
(The entire report is filed with the secretary)
U-on motion the Board then adjourned.