steals the seed grain and does not raise anything upon the field, he is to be arrested and upon conviction of the offence shall for every 100 "gan" pay 60 "gur" of grain to the owner.
256. If [he cannot pay the penalty] his township does not care to pay it for him, he is to be left on that farm among the cattle.
257. The rate of pay for a field laborer is 8 "gur" of grain annually for his services.
258. If anyone hires an ox tender he is to pay him 6 "gur" of grain a year.
259. If anyone steals a water wheel from the field he is to give the owner 5 shekels of money upon proof of his guilt.
260. If he steals a dipping bucket or a plow he is to give 3 shekels of money to the owner upon proof of his guilt.
261. If anyone hires a shepherd to graze out cattle and small animals he is to give him 8 "gur" of grain a year [in compensation for his labor].
262. If anyone . . . . . . a beef or a sheep . . . . . . [tablet defaced].
263. If he [one to whom a beef or sheep is loaned] ruins the beef or sheep that was loaned him, he is to return to the owner a beef for a beef and a sheep for a sheep.
264. If a shepherd who has been intrusted with cattle and small animals for grazing purposes has received the wages that were determined upon [as compensation for his services], damages the beef or small cattle and makes the increase by birth smaller, he shall be accountable to the owner, according to the wording of the agreement for increase and profit.
265. If a shepherd who has been intrusted with cattle and small animals falsifies the natural increase or sells the increase for money, he is to be arrested and [upon conviction thereof] shall return 10 fold the cattle or small animals [so claimed to exist] to their owner.
266. If in a stable a beef is injured by an act of God or a lion [wild beast] the shepherd shall make oath to his lack of fault and produce the injured animal to its owner [and thence go in peace].
267. If a shepherd through his negligence causes injury to cattle in the stable, the shepherd shall compensate the owner in cattle and small animals to the extent of the damage, which he has caused in the stable [to the owner's property].
268. If anyone hires an ox for the purpose of threshing he shall pay for the hire thereof 20 "ka" of grain [for that threshing period].
269. If he hire an ass for threshing purposes the rate of hire is 20 "ka" of grain [for that threshing period].
270. If he hires a young animal for threshing purposes the rate of hire is 10 "ka" of grain [for that threshing period].
271. If anyone rents an ox, wagon and driver, he is to pay 180 "ka" of grain per day [for the use thereof].
272. If anyone hires a cart alone he is to give 40 "ka" of grain per day [for the use thereof].
273. Anyone hiring a laborer shall give him [for his services] from every new year to the fifth month [at the rate of] 6 Grochen of money per day and from the sixth month to the end of the year he is to pay him [at the rate of] 5 Grochen per day.
274. Anyone employing a workman who is a member of an association shall pay him at the rate of 5 Grochen; a potter's (?) wages shall be 5 Grochen, a tailor's wages shall be 5 Grochen, the wages of a . . . . . . (?)