The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 50
|1.||To keep the rooms in a proper and cleanly manner; in no way to injure or deface them, and to open them to the proper officers for inspection.|
|2.||To avoid boisterous and improper conduct.|
|3.||To observe the rules of the house or club, and be subject to removal for nonpayment of assessments, fines or charges, or a violation of said rules.|
|4.||No student occupying a University room can exchange it with another student, or under-rent it, except by permission of the Proctor.|
|5.||Rent is to be paid in advance, and before occupying the room.|
The Proctor shall in all cases, be the judge of the violation of these rules, and have full power to remove a student therefor; and in case of such removal, there shall be no re-payment of rent.