§33-23-18. Benefits on lives of children.
(a) A society may provide for benefits on the lives of
children under the minimum age for adult membership but not
greater than twenty-one years of age at time of application
therefor, upon the application of some adult person, as its laws
or rules may provide, which benefits shall be in accordance with
the provisions of paragraph (1) of section seventeen of this
article. A society may, at its option, organize and operate
branches for such children. Membership and initiation in local
lodges shall not be required of such children, nor shall they
have a voice in the management of the society.
(b) A society shall have power to provide for the
designation and changing of designation of beneficiaries in the
certificates providing for such benefits and to provide in all
other respects for the regulation, government and control of such
certificates and all rights, obligations and liabilities incident
thereto and connected therewith.