Bystanders





97. While a bystander, by agreement among the players, may decide any

question, he should not say anything unless appealed to; and if he make

any remark which calls attention to an oversight affecting the score,

or to the exaction of a penalty, he is liable to be called upon by the

players to pay the stakes (not extras) lost.





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