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[915e] on credit;1 and if anyone makes an exchange with another otherwise or in other places, trusting the man with whom he is dealing, he shall do so on the understanding that there are no suits by law touching things not sold according to the laws now prescribed.2 As regards club-collections,3 whoso wishes may collect as a friend among friends; but if any dispute arises concerning the collection, they must act on the understanding that in regard to these matters no legal actions are possible. If any man receives for the sale of any article a price not less than fifty drachmae, he shall be compelled to remain in the city for ten days, and the seller's residence shall be made known to the buyer,

1 Cp. Plat. Laws 849e.

2 Cp. Plat. Rep. 556b.

3 i.e. of subscriptions due from members of a (dining) club, or of money raised as a loan to a member in time of need.

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