Caption: Board of Trustees Minutes - 1896
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and exacting routine of their operations; and the steady strain of long months of confining work at the microscope has been taken by them with the patient enthusiasm of the trained investigator at work in a fruitful field. The contagion of the example of this little group of indefatigable naturalists is clearly affecting the life of related departments of the University, and it must in time make itself sensibly felt throughout the state and the country in the advancement of biological science and in the improvement of our methods of biological instruction. Eespectfully submitted.
S. A. FORBES,
November 30, 1896.