Committee Meeting held Monday 1st June 1891

Present		J. Houlding Esq. (in the chair) Messrs Barclay, Ramsay, Jackson, Williams,
		Howarth, Currier, Coates, Clayton, Nisbet, Wilson, Stockton, Dr. Baxter & the Sec.

Minutes of	last meeting read & confirmed.

Baseball	Mr. Betts attended the meeting & requested the club to take up Baseball
		in Liverpool, when it was decided to leave the matter over for consideration at
		the next meeting.

Vice Chairman	Resolved that the Vice Chairman be an ex-officio member of all
		Sub Committees.

Medical officer	Resolved that Dr. Flinn be re-appointed for another year.

Groundsman	Resolved that Mr. Veale be re-engaged at a salary of 25/- per week.

Trainer		Resolved that D. Waugh be re-engaged for another year. Salary to be
		20/- per week during Summer Months & 35/- during playing Season.

Umpire		Resolved that Mr. Stockton be requested to act as umpire for another

Member of	Resolved that Mr J. Atkinson be elected a member of Committee
Committee	in place of Mr. G. Fleming resigned.

Dr. Baxter	Resolved Dr. Baxter be requested to send in his account to the
		Club for attendance on the players last Season.

Bootle F. Club	Resolved that the Secretary reply to letter from Bootle F. Club
		(asking to be allowed to make fixture with League Clubs) & say
		that in face of League Rule we have no jurisdiction in the matter.
18 Standen Whiteside Linaker was considered for membership of the Club.
39 It was agreed to pay £10.00 to F Geary as a wedding present.
43 It was agreed that the Combination Team should be offered 2 guineas and a gold medal each if they got the championship.
51 Resolved that the silver medals to Everton Team from the previous season should be presented on 24 Oct.
72 Gordon appeared before the Committee and promised to abstain from drink in the future.
74 Call on players “to pay strict and special attention to training … and not to go skating on the ice.”
98 Resolved that a turnstile book be kept.
107 Resolved that 13 medals be purchased @ 24/- from Vaughton’s
112 Fred Geary was asked to look for employment outside a public house