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peace officer, after a hearing upon charges to be framed by the officer,
Board or Bureau, or upon such complaint, notice of which shall be given
to the licensee at least ten days before such hearing, revoke or suspend
any license issued under the provisions of this Article. Nothing contained
in this section shall prevent the immediate suspension of any license by the
Comptroller as hereinbefore provided.
An. Code, 1924, sec. 44. 1933 (Special Sess. ), ch. 2, sec. 44.
59. (Revocation—Disqualifications. ) When the license issued under
the provisions of this Article has been revoked, such licensee shall not at any
time thereafter be entitled to obtain any other license under the provisions
of this Article, and no other person shall be entitled to obtain such a license
for the same premises until after the expiration of six months from the
date of such revocation and not at all in the discretion of the said Comp-
troller, Board of License Commissioners for the city or county or Bureau
of State Licenses as the case may be.
Boards of License Commissioners.
An. Code, 1924, sec. 45. 1933 (Special Sess. ), ch, 2, sec. 45, and ch. 72, sec. 45. 1939,
chs. 204 and 635.
60. (Boards of License Commissioners—Appointments and Qualifi-
cations. ) The Governor, biennially, by and with the advice and consent
of the Senate, if in session, and if not in session, then the Governor alone,
shall appoint in Baltimore City, and in each of the counties of Prince
George's, Calvert, Wicomico and Worcester Counties three persons who
shall constitute and be styled "The Board of License Commissioners for
Baltimore City or............. County, " as the case may be. In making
said appointments, the Governor shall designate one of the appointees in
Baltimore City and each of said Counties to be the Chairman of the
respective Boards. Said Commissioners shall be residents and voters of
Baltimore City or the respective Counties, as the case may be, and they
shall be men or women of high character and integrity and of recognized
business capacity. In case of any vacancies in the number of said License
Commissioners in Baltimore City or in any County occurring when the
Legislature is not in session, the Governor shall appoint some eligible
person to fill the vacancy during the remainder of the term of office of
the person originally appointed. In each of the following Counties the
respective Boards of County Commissioners shall constitute the Board of
License Commissioners: Carroll, Cecil and Dorchester Counties.
In Baltimore County, the Board of County Commissioners shall appoint
annually three persons who shall constitute the Board of License Commis-
sioners for said County and the said Board of License Commissioners shall
hold their office, possess the powers, perform the duties and be subject to
removal as herein prescribed, except that the Board of County Commis-
sioners shall have the power to remove the members of said Board for the
causes herein prescribed. The County Commissioners of said County shall
fix and determine the salaries of the Chairman and members of said Board
of License Commissioners; provided that no member of said Board shall
receive an annual salary of more than Two Thousand Dollars ($2, 000. 00).
In Montgomery County, the Liquor Control Board created and ap-
pointed as hereinafter provided shall constitute the Board of License Com-
missioners for said County.