SEC. 37-11-37. Public high school fraternity, sorority or secret society; definition.
A public high school fraternity, sorority or secret society, as contemplated by sections 37-11-37 to 37-11-45, is hereby defined to be any organization composed wholly, or in part, of public high school pupils, which seeks to perpetuate itself by taking in additional members from the pupils enrolled in such high school on the basis of the decision of the membership of such fraternity, sorority or secret society, rather than upon the free choice of any pupil in the school. However, this does not apply to the Order of DeMolay or a similar organization sponsored by any branch of the Masonic Orders or like adult fraternal organization.
SOURCES: Codes, 1942, Sec. 6486-01; Laws, 1946, ch. 427, Secs. 1-7; 1962, ch. 358.