(ORDINANCE No. 13, PROMULGATED ON JUNE 29TH, 1922)
Article 1. Judicial stamps shall be made by the Ministry of Justice which shall appoint or authorise a proper agency to sell them.
The aforesaid authorisation and the arrangement for accounting shall be regulated separately.
Article 2. Judicial stamps are of the following kinds:
|(1) light blue||$ 0.01|
|(2) green||$ 0.05|
|(3) purple||$ 0.10|
|(4) brown||$ 0.20|
|(5) reddish brown||$ 0.50|
|(6) blue||$ 1.00|
|(7) yellow||$ 5.00|
Article 3. The price of judicial stamps shall be reckoned in terms of the current silver dollar; provided that an amount less than a dollar may be reckoned in terms of small silver coins or coppers.
The equivalent of small silver coins or coppers for current silver dollars shall be according to local rates both for payment and for receipt.