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For any first cut such sum as the Committee may decide between a Minimum charge of Rs. 20 and a Maximum of the cost of a new cloth, and for all subsequent cuts such sum as the Committee may consider fair.

10. The Billiard Secretary to decide whether the cloth be actually cut or not, and the marker to state what member is liable, provided that unless he be warned at the time of the cut, he may not be made liable without his consent.

11. A Member is liable for damage done to the cloth or other property in the Billiard Room by his guest.

12. No person not a Member of the Club is allowed to play Billiards except with a Member.

13. Sale of Charges:--
[[table, 3 columns]]
   | Per Day. | Per Night.
Game of 100 ... annas | 8........ | 10
"[[ditto for: Game of]] 50... "[[ditto for: annas]] | 4........ | 5 

Between the hours of 6 and 8 p.m. if a game of 50 or 100 be not finished within 18 or 35 minutes respectively the Marker shall call "game" if another Member has recorded his name for the table. The charge made will be as for 50 or 100 as the case may be.

Pyramids or Pool--2 ans. per player.
Black Pool--2 ans.per player per half hour
Volunteer Snooker--4 ans. per player.

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14. Billiard Room closes at 12 Midnight,, if no one is using the tables. Any Member desirous of playing after 12 o'clock, may have the room kept open, by giving Notice to the Manager. If he does not play after giving such notice, he will be charged Re.1.

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