|A summons to witnesses may be in Form No. 38, and may be addressed to any number of persons not exceeding four.
|Service of a summons shall be personal, but a Judge may direct that service in any particular case may be made in such other manner as will, in his opinion, be sufficient to bring the summons to the knowledge of the witness whose attendance is required. A summons to a witness to show cause under section 23 of the Act shall be in Form No. 39, and shall be served personally.
|Personal service may be effected by leaving with the witness a copy of the summons, sealed with the seal of the Court; but it shall not be necessary to show the original summons.
|The person effecting service of a summons shall forward the original summons to the Judge who signed the same, with a statement of the manner and of the time and place of service indorsed thereon, and signed by such person, with the addition of his place of residence.
|The expenses of witnesses summoned to attend may be allowed according to the scale in the Schedule. An order imposing penalty on a witness shall be in Form No. 40 or No. 41.