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Tijdschrift voor Neerland's Indië jrg 19, 1890 (1e deel) [volgno 5]

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of a society registered, subject to special conditions or restrictions, if any of such conditions or restrictions shall be broken, the Governor in Council may order the Society to be suppressed.

5. It shall be lawful for the Governor, if he shall see fit, at any time, to authorise the Registering-Officer to require any person already registered as, or who may tender himself for registration as a manager or office-bearer of any Society registered under, or required to be registered under the provisions of section 3 of this ordinance, to enter into a Bond with two sureties, to the satisfaction of the Registering Officer, in such penal sum, not less than one hundred" dollars nor more than one thousand dollars, as may be approved by the Governor, conditioned not to infringe any of the provisions of this ordinance. No stamp duty shall be chargeable on any such Bond.

6. Any manager or other person, knowingly giving to the Registering-Officer an incomplete or false account of any of the particulars, or of any changes, alterations or additions of or to the particulars, required by section 3 of this ordinance to be registered, and any person not registered as a manager or office-bearer of any Society required to be registered under the provisions of section 3 of this ordinance, acting as a manager or office-bearer, and any manager or office-bearer, or person acting as a manager or officebearer, holding any meeting or assisting at the holding of any meeting, or carrying on or assisting at the carrying on, of any business or duty of any Society, required to be registered under the provisions of section 3 of this ordinance; and any person administering to or tendering to or requiring from, any one any oath of any nature whatsoever, or any engagement, obligation, or promise other than those declared to the Registering-Officer, and registered as the