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Image 32 of Annual Register of the State College of Kentucky, Volume 3 (1882-1883)

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i M E 32 ANNUAL REGISTER OF . ii of the collegiate year, excepting in cases of great emer- i gency. _ 34, Every student on entering the Institution shall be · furnished with a copy of its regulations, and no plea of ignorance shall be admissible in extenuation of any failure to comply with their requirements. A i Practical Instruction and Training. . l 58. ln addition to the theoretical study required of every i male student in mechanics, agriculture, and military art, every male student who accepts the privilege of free tuition, { and such others as may elect, shall pursue a course of prac- i tical instruction in mechanics and agriculture. For labor _ performed in that way that is valuable otherwise than as a means of instruction, a reasonable compensation will be allowed, the proceeds going, if necessary, first to supply the student with the prescribed military uniform, and after that n toward the payment of his rent and board account. 59. For military instruction and training there will be a . drill, or other military exercise, every day, Saturdays and t Sundays excepted, and lasting one hour; unless for some p special and urgent reason the President may occasionally dispense with it. The drill will be conducted in the aca- demic building when the weather or condition of the ground will not permit it out of doors. There will, besides, be a T guard mounting daily, without exception, and special mili- tary exercises may be ordered by the President at any time. 64. Besides the means above provided for the repression of neglect and misconduct, a demerit system shall be en- i ' forced. The Commandant shall keep a register of all delin- -. · i . quencies for which the students are reported, and shall 4 charge against each offense, not satisfactorily explained, a { number of demerit according to the following scale: An offense of the first class will count 10. _ Q An offense of the second class will count 7. ‘ , An offense of the third class will count , 5. · An offense of the fourth class will count 4. ; I An offense of the fifth class will count 3. I · { An offense of the sixth class will count 2. I An offense of the seventh class will count I. ‘