HARRY HUGHES, Governor
the proposed establishment for which the license is requested to
the nearest point of the property line of a school, church or
other place of worship; public library, or youth center. This
[subsection] SECTION may not apply to the issuance of special or
(1) In Baltimore County.
(4) This [section] SUBSECTION does not apply to the
exceptions from the population requirements provided for in
Section 47A(a)(3), (4), and (5) of this article.
(b) The records of licenses which are required to be
maintained by subsection (a) of this section, and any indices or
dockets created pursuant thereto, shall be retained for a period
of three (3) years following the date of the last record entry
therein and until all audit requirements have been [compiled]
COMPLIED with, and thereafter may be destroyed after compliance
with the provisions of Title 10, Subtitle 6, Part V of the State
(s) (1) No County Commissioner of Worcester County shall
receive any additional compensation for serving on the board.
(2) (i) In Worcester County the board of license
commissioners, with the consent of the County Commissioners, may
appoint an inspector.
(ii) 1. The salary of the inspector shall be as
provided in the county budget.
2. The duties of the inspector shall be
as specified by the board of license commissioners, including the
proper administration and enforcement of the alcoholic beverages
laws in Worcester County.
(iii) For the purpose of the alcoholic
beverages laws, the inspector shall have all the powers of a
peace officer or sheriff of this State.
(iv) The inspector shall make an oath to
perform the duties entrusted, as provided in Article I, [§ 6] §
9, of the Constitution of Maryland.
Article 21 - Procurement