Eighteenth Annual Catalogue of the Officers and Students of the Albion Female College, and Wesleyan Seminary 32 (1860-1861)

PROHIBITIONS. . . . Gunpowder, firearms, or deadly weapons of any kind on the premises. 

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Laws of Illinois College, 1850, in Transactions of the Illinois State Historical Society for the Year 1906, at 245

Chapter XII. Of Crimes and Immoralities. 

Sec. 5. No student shall carry deadly weapons upon his person, on penalty of admonition, dismission or expulsion, according to the aggravation of the offense. 

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The Laws of Kemper College, Near St. Louis, Missouri 9 (1840)

Chapter VIII. Miscellaneous. . . .

6. No Student shall keep arms of any sort, or keep or fire powder on the College premises.

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Law of the University of Nashville for the moral conduct of the students, in American Annals of Education and Instruction for the Year 1837, at 185 (1837)

No student shall bring, or cause to be brought into College, or, on any occasion, keep in his room, any spirituous or fermented liquors; nor any fire-arms or ammunition of any kind; nor a sword, dirk, sword-cane or any deadly weapon whatever, upon penalty of such censure or punishment as the Faculty may judge the offence to deserve. 

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Constitution & Laws of the Institution of Learning Under the Care of the Mississippi Presbytery, Oakland College (Miss.), at 10 (1831)

Chapter XI. Of Misdemeanors, Offences and Punishments. 

Sec. 1. Neglect of study-interrupting the studies of others-profaneness-playing at games of cards or chance-duelling, or aiding or abetting it-wearing or carrying a dirk or other deadly weapon-intemperance in any degree-keeping company with persons of known immoral character-resorting to places of expensive amusement, & every other species of immoral conduct, of which the Faculty are the sole judges, are offences; and shall be punished as hereinafter directed.

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Laws and Regulations of the College of William and Mary, Volume 276 (1830)

Regulations of the Society.

29. Students are strictly forbidden to keep, or to have about their person, any dirk, sword or pistol. Firing squibs or crackers in and about College or elsewhere is also strictly forbidden.

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The statutes of Dickinson College, as revised and adopted by the Board of Trustees, April 16, 1830, 22-23

Chapter VI. Of the deportment of the students, of misdemeanors and their punishment

Section 1. . . . 12.–If any student shall keep for his use or pleasure any riding beast, dog, gun, fire arms or ammunition, sword-dirk, sword-cane, or any deadly weapon whatever, or shall ride out unless the Principal may think his health or any special circumstance may require it, and grant him permission to do so, he shall be publicly admonished, suspended, or dismissed. 

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Franklin Bowditch Dexter, Biographical Sketches of the Graduates of Yale College: May 1745-May 1763, Annals, at 8 (1745)

14. If any Scholar Shall keep a Gun or Pistol, or Fire one in the College-Yard or College, or Shall Go a Gunning, Fishing, or Sailing, or Shall Go more than Two Miles from College upon any Occasion whatsoever : or Shall be Present at any Court, Election, Town-Meeting, Wedding or Meeting of young People for Diversion or any Such-like Meeting which may Occasion Mispence of precious Time without Liberty first obtain’d from the President or his Tutor, in any of the cases abovesaid he Shall be fined not exceeding Two Shillings. 

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A Copy of the Laws of Harvard College, 1655, at 10

Thirdly concerneing penall lawes. . . .

8. No undergraduate shall buy, sell, barter, or exchange books, apparrell or any thing of considerable value ; but by the leave of the President or his Tutor, Guardian or Parent, or If he shall sell or pawne any thing to any scholler, the President shall make the bargaine and admoni[sh] [the] student noe students shall be suffered to have [a g]un in his or theire chambers or studies, or keepeing for theire use any where else in the town, or If they be found to have such by the President or Theire Tutors, then they shall be admonished by the President or theire Tutors to put it away : which If they shall refuse to doe, the President shall have power to take it quite away from them, and If they resist the President herein, they shall upon due proofe be expelled out of the Colledge by the advise of the Colledge overseers : the same penalty is appointed to any student that shall make resistance against or offer violence unto the President or fellows.

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