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Session Laws, 1920
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the passage of troops going to or returning from any duty;
he may prohibit and prevent the sale or use of all spirituous
liquors, wines, ale or beer, the holding of huckster or auction
sales and all gambling within the limits of the post, camp
grounds, place of encampment, parade or drill under his com-

63. Members of the militia ordered into the active serv-
ice of the State by proper authority shall not be liable civilly
or criminally for any act or acts done by them while in the
discharge of their duty. When a suit or proceeding shall be
commenced in any court by any person against any officer of
the militia for any act done by such officer in his official ca-
pacity in the discharge of any duty under this Article, or
against any person acting under the authority or order of
any such officer, or by virtue of any warrant issued by him
pursuant to the law, the Court shall require the person prose-
cuting or instituting the suit or proceeding to file security
for the payment of costs that may be awarded to the defend-
ant therein, and the defendant in all cases may make a general
denial and give the special matter in evidence. In case the
plaintiff shall be non-suited, or have a verdict or judgment
rendered against him, the defendant shall recover treble costs.

64. Every member of the active militia shall be exempt
from jury duty, provided he shall present certificate of his
immediate commanding officer to the effect that he has per-
formed the duties required of him for the year immediately
preceding the summons to act as juryman, and every such
member who shall have received a full and honorable dis-
charge shall be exempt for the three years next succeeding his
discharge from all jury duty. Every regiment or separate
organization of the National Guard, or other Organized
Militia, of this State may receive and have as honorary mem-
bers at it has active and uniform members, on payment in
advance by each person desiring to become such honorary
member, of not less than ten dollars per annum, which money
shall be received by the commanding officer of the regiment
or separate organization, and be by him applied to a special
fund of such organization and expended by the commanding
officer for the best interests of his organization, and the com-
manding officer of every regiment and separate organization,
shall, on or before the first day of June and December in each
and every year, render to the Adjutant General an account of


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