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[19] The accuser of course affirms that he has exercised the profession of an actor: the accused denies that he has exercised the profession. The question then arises [p. 419] as to the meaning of the “exercise of the profession of actor.” If he is accused under the law regarding the seats in the theatre, the denial will proceed from the accused; if on the other hand he is turned out of the theatre and demands compensation for assault, the denial will be made by the accuser.

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