It shall be unlawful for any person, firm, or corporation, or the officers, directors,
trustees, employes, attorneys, or representatives of any stock or mutual insurance
company, incorporated under the laws of this Commonwealth or the laws of any other
State or foreign country, to give or promise money or anything of value to the owners
or holders of capital stock of any insurance company, or to the members of any mutual
insurance company, incorporated under the laws of this Commonwealth, with intent to
secure the voting proxy of any share or shares of such capital stock or of any member;
and no proxy or proxies so obtained shall be voted at any stockholders' or members'
meeting of any insurance company incorporated under the laws of this Commonwealth.
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