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Image 31 of Annual Register of the State College of Kentucky, Volume 3 (1884-1885)

Part of University of Kentucky course catalogs, 1865-

i STATE COLLEGE OF KENTU(1;Y. 31 I _ In the first year ot` the student at the College ottenses will . count one-third less than in the above scale. The Faculty will ` - classify to suit this scale the oitenses ordinarily eonnnitted by y students. At the end of every month tbr wliieh lQl1L nmnber of _J demerits recordedagainst any student is less than 10 the dilter- V ence between 10 and the number recorded shall be dedueted l`1om = his aggregate record ot` demerit. . G5. Any student whose reeord ot` demerit at the elose of a session shall amount to 100 tor tl1at session, shall, xpm _f?eef0, be dismissed. _ Discipline and 1901102. G8. \Vhen a student has been reported tbr any grave mis- j - demeanor requiring severe punishment, the Commandant shall order his arrest, either directly or through the Adjutant. _ ($9. ln case of violent disturbance, open contumaey, or other _ outrageous conduet on the part of a student, the otiieer ot` the t day, or any member of the Faculty present, may place the g ottender in arrest, and order him to his quarters. ln all such cases the arrest nmst be promptly reported to the Commandant, _ and by him to the President. i 70. A student placed in arrest is in duty bound to obey the orders ot the otlicer making the arrest, and the conditions . attached to it, on pain ot dismissal. Any student guilty ot` breach ot arrest shall be dismissed. T1. No student in arrest is allowed to exercise command, but shall eontine himse`lt` to his quarters until released, unless otherwise specially ordered, except when required to be absent tor the pertorinanee of some ot` his aeademie or military duties, I and except on a necessary occasion, and tbr meals. y T2. No student in arrest will make a visit to the comn1and ' ing or other oilicer unless sent tor. ln case ot` business he shall make known his object in writing, and he shall not apply lor the usual indulgenees granted to the students. T3. Xe student will be released from arrest exeept by the t President or by the Commandant. T-1. A student placed in eonlinement tor punishmentshall be subject to the same regulations as a student in arrest; and a it breach ot. continement, or a tailure to perform any extra duty I