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Image 54 of Annual Register of the State College of Kentucky, Volume 3 (1886-1887)

Part of University of Kentucky course catalogs, 1865-

f 54 STATE COLLEGE OF KENTUCKY. ` g _ mandant of the Corps; and every permit for a brief absence t will be deposited with the Officer of the Day, to. whon1 the c l student will invariably report at the expiration of his permit, 1 f whether it has been used or not. Noipermit will bear the name T g of more than one student. V i 101. If the cadet be in arrest or in confinement, or confined to { less than the usual limits, or if his name be on the sick rcporzi, { if the fact must be stated in the permit. . { j 102. All applications by students for leave of absence must ` ` be made in writing, addressed to the Commandant of the Corps, i a_ and specify the place to which the applicant wishes to go. If the application is for a longer period than the Commandant is j authorized to grant, he will forward it to the President. ( 103. Every student who overstays his leave of absence must 2 4 produce satisfactory evidence of his having been detained by l sickness or some other unavoidable cause. E 104. Every student, on returning from leave of absence, will ‘ immediately report, in person, to the President. A l 105. A leave of absence shall not be construed to grant the 1 student any indulgence at the College, or to absolve him from , · the observance of regulations. i I 106. Applications to be excused from any duty must be made in ample time before the beginning of the duty. T 107. Except in cases of sickness, no officer of the College will ; absent himself from any duty without the permission of the 6 » President, and with the assent of his immediate superior. 123. No student shall be absent from his room between taps t 1 and reveille without permission from the Commandant. ~ ; 124. No cadet shall visit the room of another during study i hours. _‘ 1 125. No student shall throw anything from the windows or { doors, nor any missile in the vicinity of the public buildings. 126. No student shall play upon any musical instrument in I study hours, or otherwise disturb the quiet of the quarters. p ( 127. Students shall walk the halls and pass up and down l stairs in study hours in a soldier—like and orderly manner. [ Loud talking or laughing, scuffling, and all other unnecessary _ § noise in the buildings, are prohibited at all times. _ l A 128. No student shall post any placard or notice upon any of