Section 13A-11-231 Definitions. For the purposes of this article, the following terms have
the following meanings: (1) HARASS. To engage in any conduct directed toward a service dog
or handler that is likely to impede or interfere with the performance of a service dog in
its duties or places the health and safety of the service dog or its handler in jeopardy.
Such conduct includes actions which distract, obstruct, or intimidate the service dog, such
as taunting, teasing, or striking. (2) INJURY. Physical or emotional injury to the service
dog. (3) NOTICE. An actual verbal or other communication warning that the behavior of the
person or the dog of the person is harassing toward the performance of a service dog in its
duty or endangering the health and safety of the service dog. (4) SERVICE DOG. A dog that
has been individually trained for the purpose of assisting or accommodating a physician-diagnosed
physical or mental disability or medical condition of a person as that term is used...
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Section 12-21-148 Use of certified facility dog in certain legal proceedings. (a) For the purposes
of this section, the following terms shall have the following meanings: (1) CERTIFIED FACILITY
DOG. A trained working dog that is a graduate of an assistance dog organization, a nonprofit
organization that sets standards of training for the health, welfare, task work, and oversight
for assistance dogs and their handlers, and shall have at a minimum all of the following:
a. Two years of training and must have passed the same public-access test as a service dog.
b. Documentation showing that the certified facility dog has graduated from an assistance
dog organization. c. A current annual certificate of health from an Alabama veterinarian.
d. Proof of liability insurance in the minimum amount of five hundred thousand dollars ($500,000).
(2) CERTIFIED HANDLER. A certified handler who has received training from an assistance dog
organization and has received training on the protocols and...
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Section 21-7-4 Right of a person with a disability to be accompanied by service animal; liability
for damages; violations. (a) An individual with a disability has the right to be accompanied
by a service animal in all areas of a public accommodation, including a public or private
school, that the public or customers are normally permitted to occupy. (b) A service animal
shall be under the control of its handler and shall have a harness, collar, leash,
or other tether, unless either the handler is unable because his or her disability prevents
him or her from the use of a harness, collar, leash, or other tether, or the use of
a harness, collar, leash, or other tether would interfere with the safe, effective
performance of work or tasks by the service animal, in which case the service animal shall
be otherwise under the control of the handler by means of voice control, signals, or other
effective means. (c)(1) The trainer of a service animal, while engaged in the training of
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Section 45-49-42.01 Definitions. (a) MASSAGE. The manipulations of the soft tissue of the human
body either by hand or with mechanical or electrical apparatus. The term does not include
diagnosis or any service or procedure performed by the following individuals while engaged
in the personal performance of the duties of their respective professions: (1) Physicians,
surgeons, chiropractors, osteopaths, nurses, physical therapists, or other allied health professions
who are licensed or registered to practice their respective professions under the laws of
the State of Alabama. (2) Barbers and cosmetologists licensed under the laws of the state
provided that the massage is limited to the head, neck, scalp, feet, and hands. (3) Accredited
high schools and colleges and coaches and trainers of the institutions while acting within
the scope of employment. (4) Trainers of any amateur, semiprofessional athlete, or athletic
team. (5) Massage therapists. (b) MASSAGE PARLOR. Any establishment,...
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Section 34-24-191 Definitions. (a) For the purposes of this article, the following words and
phrases shall have the meanings respectively ascribed by this section: (1) BOARD. The Board
of Physical Therapy established by Section 34-24-192. (2) FOREIGN EDUCATED PHYSICAL THERAPIST.
A person trained or educated in the practice of physical therapy outside of the United States
or any of its territorial possessions. (3) IMPAIRED. The inability of a physical therapy licensee
to practice physical therapy with reasonable skill and safety to patients by reason of illness,
inebriation, excessive use of drugs, narcotics, alcohol, chemicals, or other substances, or
as a result of any physical or mental condition. (4) PHYSICAL THERAPY. The treatment of a
human being by the use of exercise, massage, heat, cold, water, radiant energy, electricity,
or sound for the purpose of correcting or alleviating any physical or mental condition or
preventing the development of any physical or mental disability, or...
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Section 45-13-41 License requirements; operation of massage parlor; unlawful activities; violations.
(a) The provisions of this section shall apply to all counties having a population of not
less than 26,000 nor more than 26,800 inhabitants according to the 1970 or any subsequent
federal decennial census. (b) The following words and terms as used in this section shall,
unless the context requires a different meaning, have the meanings respectively ascribed to
them by this section: (1) The term "massage parlor" shall mean any establishment,
building, room, or place other than a regularly licensed hospital, medical clinic, nursing
home, or dispensary, the offices of a physician, a surgeon, or an osteopath, where non-medical,
non-surgical, non-osteopathic, and non-chiropractic manipulative exercises, massages, or procedures
are practiced upon the human body, or any part thereof, for other than cosmetic or beautifying
purposes, with or without the use of mechanical or other devices, by...
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Section 34-29-94 Veterinary technician licensing requirements; authorized acts; unlicensed
assistants; emergency care; suspension, revocation of license; continuing education. (a) In
order to obtain a license as a veterinary technician, the applicant shall do all of the following:
(1) Submit a complete notarized application on a form prescribed by the board setting forth
that the applicant meets all of the following qualifications: a. At least 18 years of age.
b. Of good character. c. Has attained a competent school education and has received a diploma
in veterinary technology from an American Veterinary Medical Association accredited school,
or other school of veterinary technology approved by the board. (2) Submit an application
accompanied by an authenticated copy of the college transcript of the applicant signed by
the dean or the registrar of the school, college, or university. (3) Submit an application
accompanied by a photograph of reasonable likeness of the applicant taken...
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Section 12-21-147 Use of registered therapy dog in certain legal proceedings. (a) For purposes
of this section, the following terms shall have the following meanings: (1) ACTIVE MEMBER.
Therapy dog teams who have had recorded visits at facilities including hospitals, nursing
homes, libraries, and extended care facilities in the past 18 months. (2) REGISTERED HANDLER.
A volunteer registered by the court system as a therapy dog handler who has not been convicted
of sexual, animal, or domestic abuse or any felony, who has been registered by a qualifying
therapy dog organization, and has taken an oath of confidentiality. An officer of the court
may be a handler only if there is no expense to the state. (3) REGISTERED THERAPY DOG. a.
A trained emotional support dog that has been tested and registered by a nonprofit therapy
dog organization that sets standards and requirements for the health, welfare, task work,
and oversight for therapy dogs and their handlers, including at a minimum, all...
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Section 21-7-1 Declaration of policy; definitions. (a) It is the policy of this state to encourage
and enable the blind, the visually impaired, and the physically disabled to participate fully
in the social and economic life of the state and to engage in meaningful employment. (b) For
the purposes of this chapter, the following terms shall have the following meanings: (1) HANDLER.
Includes an individual with a disability and a trainer. (2) HOUSING ACCOMMODATION. Any real
property or portion thereof which is used or occupied, or intended, arranged, or designed
to be used or occupied, as the home, residence, or sleeping place of one or more individuals,
but does not include any single-family residence, the occupants of which rent, lease, or furnish
for compensation not more than one room therein. (3) INDIVIDUAL WITH A DISABILITY. As defined
by 42 U.S.C. §12102, and further defined as an individual who has a physical or mental impairment,
including a physical, sensory, psychiatric,...
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Section 25-12-14 Certificate inspection. (a) The secretary, the chief inspector, or any deputy
inspector shall have free access, during reasonable hours, to any premises in the state where
a boiler or pressure vessel is being constructed for use in, or is being installed in, this
state for the purpose of ascertaining whether the boiler or pressure vessel is being constructed
and installed in accordance with the provisions of this chapter. (b)(1) On and after January
1, 2002, each boiler and pressure vessel used or proposed to be used within this state, except
for pressure vessels covered by an owner or user inspection service as described in subsection
(d) or except for boilers or pressure vessels exempt under Section 25-12-7, owners and users
may request to waive this exemption, shall be thoroughly inspected as to their construction,
installation, and condition as follows: a. Power boilers and high pressure, high temperature
water boilers shall receive a certificate inspection...
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