The faculty of the school of pharmacy has enacted a resolution fining any persoa who marks or scratches, or otherwise mutilates or defaces the seats or arms in the recitation or lecture room, the costs of repair. This is as it should be. Some people are cursed with the habit of gratuitous destructiveness to such an extent that they cannot refrain from haggling or injuring desks, furniture, walls or anything else within reach. There are people who come into the Argus office for apparently no other purpose than to piek up th; editorial jack-knife and peck away abstractedly at the table while otherwise annoying the editor in nis busy moments with an empty discourse or a "chestnutty" joke. We are arranging a trap door with a spring for that sort of destructionists, and at no distant day some of them will take a "drop."