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“Religion, morality and knowledge, being necessary to good government and
REPORT OF CURATORS.
To the Forty-first General Assembly of Missouri:
In behalf of the Board of Curators of the University of the State and in behalf of the University itself, I hereby submit (as is required by law) our Biennial Report setting forth the condition and needs of the University in detail. Reports from the following officers are included:
Mr. J. G. Babb, the Secretary of the Board of Curators at Columbia ;
Mr. Charles L. Woods, the Secretary of the Executive Committed at Rolla;
Mr. Henry Wood, the Treasurer of the School of Mines;
These reports show fully and clearly the amount of money appropriated for the use of the University by the Fortieth General Assembly, the amounts received from the national treasury from what is known as the Morrill fund, and the collections incidentally made in the form of fees, etc.; and they show also, juist how all these moneys have
The University is divided into the following departments :
VII—COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE AND MECLANK'ARTS EMBRACING THE SCHOOLS OF (a) AGRICULTURE, (b) Mecnie ARTS, (c) ExGINEERING, and (d) THE EXPERIMENT STATiON
VIII-SCHOOL OF MINES AND METALLURGY (at Rolla).