A member of an institution to which the Literary and Scientific Institutions Act 1854 applies1 may be sued by an institution if his subscription is in arrear, or for possessing himself of and detaining any of the institution's property contrary to the rules, or for injuring or destroying any such property2. If the action against the member so sued fails, and he is adjudged his costs, he may elect to recover them from the officer in whose name the proceedings were taken or from the institution; and in the second
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