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Session Laws, 1975
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has been acquainted with the applicant, or in the case of
a corporation with the individuals making the
application; that they have examined the application of
the applicant and that they have good reason to believe
that all the statements contained in said application are
true, and that they are of the opinion that the applicant
is a suitable person to obtain the license. The
certificate must have a statement that the signers
thereof are familiar with the premises upon which the
proposed business is to be conducted, and that they
believe the premises are suitable for the conduct of the
business of a retail dealer in alcoholic beverages.

SECTION 17. Publication and other expenses

All expenses in connection with the publication of
the notice of application and the giving of notice to the
applicant and the protestants shall be borne by the
applicant and the applicant shall deposit in advance with
the Board of License Commissioners a sufficient sum to
cover such publication and the giving of such notice.


SECTION 18. General Provisions

Before the Board of Liquor License Commissioners for
Talbot County shall approve any license, the said Board
shall a cause a notice of such application to be
published two (2) times in two (2) successive weeks in a
newspaper having general circulation in Talbot County.
The said notice shall specify the name of the applicant,
the kind of license applied for, and the location of the
place of business proposed to be licensed, and the time
and place fixed by the Board for hearing upon the
application, which shall be not less than seven (7) nor
more than thirty (30) days after the last publication.
At the time fixed by the notice for hearing upon the
application or upon any postponement of such time, any
person shall be heard on either side of the question. If
the Board determines that the granting of the license is
not necessary for the accomodation of the public, or that
the applicant is not a fit person to receive the license
applied for, or has made a material false statement in
his application, or has practiced fraud in connection
with said application, or that the operation of the
business if the license is granted will unduly disturb
the peace of the residents of the neighborhood in which
the place of business is to be located, or that there are
other reasons in the discretion of the Board why the
license should not be issued, then the application shall
be disapproved and the license applied for shall be
refused. If no such findings are made by the Board, then
the application shall be approved and the Board shall


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