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Session Laws, 1890
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420

LAWS OF MARYLAND.


SUB-SEC. A. It shall not be lawful for any corporation hereto-


fore formed, or hereafter to be formed in Kent county, under the


provisions of the general laws of the State, for the creation and

Societies

maintenance of educational, moral, scientific, literary, dramatic,

not to ad-

musical, social, benevolent or beneficial societies or associations of

mit minors

all descriptions, which corporation shall give, sell, furnish or


dispense to the members thereof any spirituous or fermented


liquors or alcoholic bitters, or any intoxicating drinks of any kind
or description, to admit to membership any person under twenty-


one years of age, or any person not a bona fide resident of Kent


county, and upon the conviction in the circuit court of Kent


county of any corporation for having violated any provisions of


this act, the said court shall pass an order forfeiting the charter


of said corporation.


SUB-SEC. B. In any proceeding, suit or prosecution against any


such corporation, or against any agent, employee or member there-


of, for the violation of any of the provisions of this act, or for the

Witnesses.

violation of any of the provisions of the acts of assembly in refer-


ence to the traffic in intoxicating drinks in Kent county, the plain-


tiff petitioner, or the State shall have the right to call as a witness


any member, manager, agent or employee of such corporation ;


and upon the failure or refusal of any such person to answer any


proper, pertinent or relevant question, the court shall commit


such person to the county jail for a period of not less than thirty

Not to be
criminated

days; provided, that any such member, manager, agent or em-


ployee testifying in answer to such questions, shall never be prose-


cuted for any offense, crime or misdemeanor, for which his evi-


dence might tend to criminabe him.

Effective.

SEC. 2. And be it enacted, That this act shall take effect from


the date of its passage.


Approved April 3, 1890.


CHAPTER 386.


AN ACT to repeal and re-enact with amendments sections one


hundred and fifty-three to one hundred and sixty-four, both in-


clusive of article fifteen, of the Code of Public Local Laws,


title "Kent county," sub-title "Millington."


SECTION 1. Be it enacted ly the General Assembly of Maryland,


That sections one hundred and fifty-three to one hundred and

To repeal

sixty-four, both inclusive of article fifteen, of the Code of Pub-


lic Local Laws, title " Kent county," sub-title " Millington," be


and the same are hereby repealed and re-enacted with amendments


so as to read as follows :



 
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