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The Minutes of the Senatus Academicus of the State of Georgia, 1799–1842, at 86 (1810)

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And be it further ordained that no student shall be allowed to keep any gun, pistol, Dagger, Dirk sword cane or any other offensive weapon in College or elsewhere, neither shall they or either of them be allowed to be possessed of the same out of the c...

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University of Virginia Board of Visitors Minutes, 6-7 (October 4–5, 1824)

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No Student shall, within the precincts of the University, introduce, keep or use any spirituous or vinous liquors, keep or use weapons or arms of any kind, or gunpowder, keep a servant, horse or dog, appear in school with a stick, or any weapon, nor, ...

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Acts of the General Assembly and Ordinances of the Trustees, for the Organization and Government of the University of North Carolina, Laws for the Government of the University, at 15 Chapter V (1838)

, | , | 1838

CHAPTER V. Of the Moral and Religious conduct of the Students, and their conduct towards the Faculty. . . .

13. No Student shall keep a dog, or fire arms, or gunpowder. He shall not carry, keep, or own at the College, a sword, dirk, sword-cane,...

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

| , | 1655

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 pa...

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

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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, Electio...

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

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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, o...

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

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

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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...

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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)

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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 pena...

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

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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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1859, Code of Laws for the Government of La Grange Synodical College, ch. 10, §§ 2-9.

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    SEC. 2. No student shall be condemned without an opportunity for explanation of his conduct.
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1829 Laws of the University of North Carolina, ch. 3, § 13.

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"13. No student shall keep a dog, or fire arms, or gunpowder. He shall not carry, keep, or own at the College, a sword, dirk, sword-cane, or any dead­ly weapon; nor shall he use fire arms without per­mission from some member of the Faculty."


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1824, Laws of Harvard College, ch. 6, § 1, no. 2.

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    1. For either of the following offences, Students may be punished by any of the college censures, at the discretion of the Immediate Government, v...

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1824, Laws of the Columbian College, ch. 5, § 2, no. 10.

, , | , | 1824

"10th. No student shall keep a servant, nor shall he keep fire arms, or any deadly weapon whatever. He shall bring no gun-powder upon the College premises; nor shall horses or dogs be kept by students for their private use or pleasure."

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1819, Laws of the College of New Jersey, ch. 17, § 9; ch. 19, § 10.

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...9. Any student convicted of sending or receiving a challenge to fight a duel, or ...

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1825, Statutes and Laws of the University in Cambridge, ch. 7, § 76, no. 3.

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76. High offences may be punished at the discretion of the Faculty with any of the College punishments...
The following are deemed high offences:


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1855, The Laws and Regulations of Amherst College, ch. 9, § 7.

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VII. In no case shall a student bring into the College premises, any cannon, musket, pistol, or other species of fire-arms, or any gunpowder in any mode of preparation; and in...

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

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    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 ci...

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1878, Laws of Williams College, ch. 3, § 3.

, | , | 1878

"No student shall have or keep any gunpowder or fire-arms in his room, or in any building or other place on College grounds; nor shall he at any time use gunpowder or fire-arms within half a mile of the College grounds."

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1839 Laws Of Middlebury College, ch. 7, §§ 1, 11.

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    1. If any student shall be guilty of blasphemy, or robbery, fornication, theft, forgery, duelling, or any other crime f...

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1799 Laws of the University of North Carolina, § 4, no. 8.

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On the moral and religious Conduct of the Students,
and their Conduct towards the Faculty...

        ...8. No student shall keep a dog or fire-arms; nor shall he use fi...

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1865 Laws of Brown University, § 5, no. 4.

, | , | 1865

    "No student is permitted to use camphene or any burning fluid, to keep in his room gunpowder, fire arms, or any dangerous weapon, or any intoxicating liquor, or allow noise or any disturbance in his apartment."

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1850* Laws of Beloit College, ch. 4, § 2.

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"...Therefore, no student shall be allowed to have in his room, spirituous, vinous or malt liquor; to play at cards, dice, or any similar game; to use or keep upon the College premises, fire-arms, or gunpowder; to attend assemblies for dancing or theat...

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