I promise. No more Biur/Mendelssohm talk after this for a while. Bli Neyder, anyway. I believe it was Yehupitz who used the Yeshivah lunch schedule analogy to prove a point about the Biur and whether or not Mendelssohn was considered a legitimate Meforash in di Litteh. It was brought to our attention that the Tzemach Tzedek of Lubavitch, the Posek HaDor, was listed as one of the "maskimim" to the Biur, and we all know that couldn't be and never happened.
So the only Chassidic greats they could think of in the whole Russian Empire were the Tzemach Tzedek and the Barditchever Rov Halperin? What did they base this on, whomever Dr. Lilienthal went and visited?
Shaar Blat of Trei Osor, with the flip side of that shaar the next photo, showing that the Government "convinced" them to print it.
So the Memsholoh told the Rom Family to print the Biur. They also decided that the Tzemach Tzedek endorsed it. I guess we can derive from that, that the fact that the "official schedule" made extensive mention of the Biur could very well be only to please the authorities. I'll accept that. I also think that bichlal too much time is listed there as having been spent on TaNaCH. I doubt they did that much Bible in Volozhin.