Railway stations can be very romantic places. Imagine a boy asking a girl to marry him. Perhaps he has the ring available. Incidentally, how they always seem to have the right size amazes me. He says, "May I slip this ring on your finger? Would you sign this form to indemnify me before the marriage goes through, in case anything goes wrong?" I submit that that would not be a very realistic proof.
Then we come to the latter part of the Amendment:
that it should be returned if the marriage did not take place for any reason.
Why "any reason"? If it did not take place for any reason, there is no reason to have "for any reason" in the Amendment.