8. Know and name 15 star groups, for coup; know 20 star groups and tell the names and something about at least one star in each, for grand coup.
9. Take the latitude from the stars at night with a cartwheel, or some home-made instrument, three times from different points, within two degrees of average error, for coup; one degree for grand coup.
10. To measure the height of 10 trees without climbing, or 10 distances across a river, etc., without crossing, within 10 per cent of average error, for coup; 5 per cent for grand coup. Tools, an axe and a pocket rule only.
11. To guess one inch, one foot, one yard, one rod, one acre, 100 yards, 200 yards, one-quarter mile, one-half mile, and a mile, within 20 per cent of average error, for coup; 10 per cent for grand coup.
12. To guess the height of 10 trees or other high things, and the weight of 10 stones or other things ranging from one ounce to 100 pounds, within 10 per cent of average error, for coup; 5 per cent for grand coup.
13. Camper. A coup for passing 30 successive days out of doors, never once sleeping under shingles, but in tent, teepee, or bivouac, every night. A grand coup for 60 days of the same.
14. Lone tramper. A coup for travelling alone on foot, 100 miles, carrying one's outfit, sleeping out every night; a grand coup for 200 miles.
15. Gang-tramper. A coup for travelling 150 miles ..text continues