A Due Bill is a formal written acknowledgment that a certain amount is due.

Due Bill for Money.

$200 60/100. HoHokus, N.J. ,July 15, 1900.

Due Charles Stillman, on demand, Two Hundred Dollars, value received.

Henry George.

It should in capitalization, punctuation, and arrangement of parts, follow the same rules as are followed for business letters.

Due bills are often given in settling accounts, when it is not convenient to make immediate payment.

Unlike promissory notes, due bills cannot properly be made payable to order. They are therefore non-negotiable.

The amount represented by a due bill should be expressed twice, as in a receipt, check, or note - once in writing, and once in figures.

Due BILL for Merchandise.

$55 67/100. Chicago, Ill., May 12, 1901.

Due Charles F. Thomas, for work done, Fifty-five 67/100 Dollars, payable on demand, in merchandise, at my store.

William C. Edwards.