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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1874-1875-378

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376 THE SCHOOL 18 All such Impositions are as general rule written under the eye of the Head Master in the case of boys in the Upper School and of one of the Masters of the Middle and Lower School in that of boys in those Divisions 19 When finished these Impositions are countersigned by the Master in charge and careful record of them is kept in book appointed for the purpose 20 The power of inflicting corporal punishment is strictly reserved by the Council to the Head Master to whom all serious offences such as habitual idleness falsehood insur- bordination or frequent detention in the case of boys in any part of the School are at once reported 21 boy thus reported is further liable to receive from the Head Master printed card stating the facts of bis case which he is expected to take home to his Parent or Guardian for their counter-signature 22 Tbe Card thus countersigned is to be returned on the following day to the Head Master that it may be duly filed and registered 23 Tbe extreme penalty for misconduct or for any breach of Rules is removal from the School On behalf of boy so dismissed there will be no further claim against the College XIII DINING HALL AND LUNCHEON sufficient time at one o'clock is allowed for luncheon which is provided in the College at regulated expense Those parents who may wish their sons to dine during this time may avail themselves of an arrangement made for this express object in the Dining Hall of the College One of the Masters is always present
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