AN ACT in relation to the licenses of deceased inn or tavern proprietors.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of Delaware in General Assembly met:

SECTION 1. That in case the proprietor of an inn or tavern licensed by the Courts of this State to sell intoxicating liquors, according to the laws of this State and who has paid into the State Treasury the legal license fees for the same, shall die before the expiration of said license, the executor or administrator of said deceased shall have the same right to assign, transfer and set over said license to an incoming tenant, with the approval of the Associate Judge residing in the County in which the license is granted, as the proprietor himself would have had the right to do if still living according to the provisions of Section 4, Chap. 381, Vol. 15, Laws of Delaware, which is an amendment to Chap. 418, Vol. 14, Laws of Delaware, entitled "An Act regulating the sale of Intoxicating Liquors."

Passed at Dover, Delaware, January 30, 1889.