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vices. Rules and regulations adopted by the Board in said City shall be
published and distributed to such licensees as may be affected thereby.
The Board in said City shall have the power to require any licensee to
display prominently in his place of business any rule or regulation of
said Board, or any excerpt or statement from this article.
An. Code, 1924, sec. 47. 1933 (Special Sess. ), ch. 2, sec. 47.
62. (Boards of License Commissioners—Removals. ) The Governor
may remove any member of any Board of License Commissioners ap-
pointed by him under the provisions of this Article, for misconduct in office,
incompetency or wilful neglect of duty, giving him a copy of the charges
against him and an opportunity of being publicly heard in person, or by
counsel, in his own defense, upon not less than ten days' notice. If any
member shall be removed, the Governor shall file in the office of the
Secretary of State, a statement of the charges made against such member
and his findings thereon.
An. Code, 1924, sec. 48. 1933 (Special Sess. ), ch. 2, sec. 48. 1939, ch. 764, sec. 48.
63. (Appeals. ) The decision of the Boards of License Commissioners
for Baltimore City and of the respective counties in approving, suspending,
revoking or restricting or refusing to approve, suspend, revoke or restrict
any license, shall be subject to appeal to the State License Bureau by the
applicant for any license, the licensee or not less than ten citizens, voters
and real estate owners residing in the precinct or voting district in which
the place of business is located or proposed to be located. Upon the filing
of any such appeal, all papers and testimony produced before the Board
of License Commissioners shall be forwarded to the State License Bureau
within sixty days thereof upon the payment by the appellant or appellants,
of all costs incident to the hearing before the Board of License Commis-
sioners. Every such appeal shall be heard by the State License Bureau
de novo. The action of the Board shall be final and effective at once, pro-
vided, however, that any party aggrieved by said action of the Board may
within ten days from the date of the decision of the Board appeal from the
action of the Board to the State License Bureau upon full payment of all
costs of the proceedings as hereinafter provided; and that noting of such
appeal and payment of said costs shall stay the order of the Board pending
the determination of the appeal. The said Board shall not be required to for-
ward any such papers or transcribe any such testimony until the appellant
has paid or secured to be paid all costs incident to the hearing. It shall be the
duty of the State License Bureau to hear and determine all such appeals
within thirty days from the date of the receipt of the papers and testimony
from the Board originally hearing the application, complaint or charges,
and if the decision appealed from is reversed the cost paid by the appellants
shall be recoverable by the appellants from the appellees, in a civil action.
An. Code, 1924, sec. 48A. 1933 (Special Sess. ), ch. 2, sec. 48A.
64. (Liquor Control Board—Appointment—Powers and Duties—
Montgomery County. ) In Montgomery County the Board of County Com-
missioners is hereby authorized and empowered to appoint a Board, con-
sisting of five persons, who shall constitute and be styled The Liquor
Control Board for Montgomery County. In making said appointments,