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1885, Laws of the University of Vermont, ch. 4, § 4234; ch. 6, §§ 4 & 9.

"CHAPTER IV.
OF STUDENTS AS UNDER CIVIL LAW.

    In all matters relating to good order and quietness: to the reatment of property public or private: and in general to the rights and obligations of citizens in a community, the students will be regarded and treated as amenable to the laws of the land and to the police regulations of the city in all respects like other citizens: and in case of any violations of such laws or regulations the Faculty will not shield students from the ordinary processes of justice, but will seek rather to put the Institution under the protection, and to secure for students the wholesome educating influence, of public law.

Extracts from the Revised Statutes of Vermont...

    ...SECT. 4234. A person who between sunset and sunrise disturbs and breaks the public peace by firing guns, blowing horns, or by other unnecessary and offensive noise, shall be fined not more than fifty dollars...

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CHAPTER VI.
OF ROOMS, BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS...

    ...SECT. 4. Rooms shall be held by students subject to the condition that all rules, for securing quiet, order, and cleanliness in the rooms, halls, and premises, are strictly observed... the keeping of fire-arms or gunpowder except under direction of the Military Instructor: bringing into the rooms any fermented or distilled liquors: are prohibited...

    ...SECT. 9. No student shall use gun powder or fire-arms in the buildings, or on the adjacent grounds of the University, except under direction of the Military Instructor."

Full Text: 1885, University of Vermont


Laws of the University of Vermont and State Agricultural College: 1885 (Burlington, VT: The Free Press Association, 1885), 14-20. Chapter 4—Of Students as Under Civil Law, § 4234 [Extracted from Revised Statutes of Vermont], Chapter 6—Of Rooms, Buildings And Grounds, §§ 4 & 9.