Section 38-7-3 License to operate or conduct child-care facility - Requirements; recordkeeping;
parental notifications, etc.; affidavits; inspections and investigations. (a) No person, group
of persons, or corporation may operate or conduct any facility for child care, as defined
in this chapter, without being licensed or approved as provided in this chapter. (b)(1) Except
as provided in subdivision (2), the licensure requirements of this chapter do not apply to
a child-care facility that is operating as an integral part of a local church ministry or
a religious nonprofit school, and is so recognized in the church or school's documents, whether
operated separately or as a part of a religious nonprofit school unit, secondary school unit,
or institution of higher learning under the governing board or authority of the local church
or its convention, association, or regional body to which it may be subject. (2) A child-care
facility that receives state or federal funds or is operating for...
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Section 34-23-70 Management; display of permit and license; poisons; prescription requirements;
violations. (a) Every pharmacy when opened for business shall be under the personal supervision
of a duly licensed pharmacist who shall have personal supervision of not more than one pharmacy
at the same time. During temporary absences of the licensed pharmacist, not to exceed three
hours daily or more than one and one-half hours at any one time, nor more than one week for
temporary illness, the prescription department shall be closed, and no prescriptions are to
be filled. During the temporary absence of a pharmacist, a sign shall be placed on the prescription
counter in a prominent location easily seen by the public stating, "Prescription Department
Closed, No Pharmacist on Duty." (b) The permit issued to each pharmacist by the board
and the licensure certificates issued to the licensed pharmacist employed by each pharmacy
must be prominently and conspicuously displayed in the pharmacy....
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Section 34-24-125 Chiropractic agreements. (a) For the purposes of this section, the following
words shall have the following meanings: (1) CHIROPRACTOR. A person licensed to practice chiropractic
in this state. (2) CHIROPRACTIC AGREEMENT or AGREEMENT. A contract between a chiropractor
and a patient or his or her legal representative in which the chiropractor or the chiropractor's
chiropractic practice agrees to provide chiropractic services to the patient for an agreed
upon fee and period of time. (3) CHIROPRACTIC PRACTICE. A chiropractor or a chiropractic practice
of a chiropractor that charges a periodic fee for chiropractic services and which does not
bill a third party any additional fee for services for patients covered under a chiropractic
agreement. The per visit charge of the practice shall be less than the monthly equivalent
of the periodic fee. (b) A chiropractic agreement is not insurance, may not be deemed an insurance
arrangement, and is not subject to state insurance...
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Section 27-7-5.1 Licenses - Limited license for motor vehicle rental companies. (a) As used
in this section, the following terms shall have the following meanings: (1) RENTAL AGREEMENT.
Any written agreement setting forth the terms and conditions governing the use of a vehicle
provided by the rental company for rental or lease. (2) RENTAL COMPANY. Any person or entity
in the business of providing rental vehicles to the public under a rental agreement for a
period not to exceed 90 days. (3) RENTAL PERIOD. The term of the rental agreement. (4) RENTER.
Any person obtaining the use of a vehicle from a rental company under the terms of a rental
agreement for a period not to exceed 90 days. (5) VEHICLE OR RENTAL VEHICLE. A motor vehicle
of the private passenger type (including passenger vans, minivans, and sport utility vehicles)
and of the cargo type (including cargo vans, pickup trucks, and trucks with gross vehicle
weight of less than 26,000 pounds, which do not require the operator to...
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Section 12-15-314 Dispositions for dependent children. (a) If a child is found to be dependent,
the juvenile court may make any of the following orders of disposition to protect the welfare
of the child: (1) Permit the child to remain with the parent, legal guardian, or other legal
custodian of the child, subject to conditions and limitations as the juvenile court may prescribe.
(2) Place the child under protective supervision under the Department of Human Resources.
(3) Transfer legal custody to any of the following: a. The Department of Human Resources.
b. A local public or private agency, organization, or facility willing and able to assume
the education, care, and maintenance of the child and which is licensed by the Department
of Human Resources or otherwise authorized by law to receive and provide care for the child.
c. A relative or other individual who, after study by the Department of Human Resources, is
found by the juvenile court to be qualified to receive and care for the...
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Section 11-51-90.2 Purchase of business license; classification of taxpayers; vehicle decals;
determination of gross receipts; construction with other provisions. (a) Every taxpayer required
to purchase a business license under this chapter shall: (1) Purchase a business license for
each location at which it does business in the municipality, except as otherwise provided
by the municipality. (2) Except as provided in Section 11-51-193, with respect to taxpayers
subject to state licensing board oversight, be classified into one or more of the following
2002 North American Industrial Classification System ("NAICS") sectors and applicable
sub-sectors, industry groups, industries, and U.S. industries thereunder: SECTOR NAICS TITLE
SUGGESTED BUSINESS LICENSE CODE GROUPING BY SAMPLE TOPIC OR CATEGORY BASIS FOR LICENSE CALCULATION
111 Crop Production Agriculture, farming, nursery, fruit, growers Gross Receipts and/or Flat
Rate 112 Animal Production Animal, dairy, cattle, ranching, sheep,...
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Section 16-44B-1 Compact. ARTICLE I PURPOSE It is the purpose of this compact to remove barriers
to education success imposed on children of military families because of frequent moves and
deployment of their parents by: A. Facilitating the timely enrollment of children of military
families and ensuring that they are not placed at a disadvantage due to difficulty in the
transfer of education records from the previous school district(s) or variations in entrance/age
requirements. B. Facilitating the student placement process through which children of military
families are not disadvantaged by variations in attendance requirements, scheduling, sequencing,
grading, course content or assessment. C. Facilitating the qualification and eligibility for
enrollment, educational programs, and participation in extracurricular academic, athletic,
and social activities. D. Facilitating the on-time graduation of children of military families.
E. Providing for the promulgation and enforcement of...
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Section 6-5-332 Persons rendering emergency care etc., at scene of accident, etc. (a) When
any doctor of medicine or dentistry, nurse, member of any organized rescue squad, member of
any police or fire department, member of any organized volunteer fire department, Alabama-licensed
emergency medical technician, intern, or resident practicing in an Alabama hospital with training
programs approved by the American Medical Association, Alabama state trooper, medical aidman
functioning as a part of the military assistance to safety and traffic program, chiropractor,
or public education employee gratuitously and in good faith, renders first aid or emergency
care at the scene of an accident, casualty, or disaster to a person injured therein, he or
she shall not be liable for any civil damages as a result of his or her acts or omissions
in rendering first aid or emergency care, nor shall he or she be liable for any civil damages
as a result of any act or failure to act to provide or arrange for...
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Section 22-18-40 State Emergency Medical Control Committee. (a) The board shall be assisted
in formulating rules and policy pertaining to emergency medical services by the State Emergency
Medical Control Committee (SEMCC). Each member of the SEMCC shall have voting privileges.
Members of the SEMCC shall serve without compensation but shall be entitled to reimbursement
for expenses incurred in the performance of the duties of their office at the same rate paid
state employees. The chair of SEMCC may establish subcommittees of SEMCC comprised of representatives
from ambulance, fire, rescue, and other EMS groups, as needed. (b) The SEMCC shall be composed
as follows: (1) The medical directors of each EMS region designated by the board as ex officio
members. (2) One member who shall be a physician appointed by the Alabama Chapter of the American
College of Emergency Physicians. (3) One member who shall be a physician appointed by the
State Committee on Trauma of the American College of...
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Section 22-21-33 Penalties for operation of or referring persons to unlicensed hospital. (a)(1)
Any individual, association, corporation, partnership, limited liability company, or other
business entity who operates or causes to be operated a hospital of any kind as defined in
this article or any rules promulgated hereunder, without having been granted a license by
the State Board of Health shall be guilty of a Class B misdemeanor upon conviction, except
that any individual, association, corporation, partnership, limited liability company, or
other business entity who operates or causes to be operated a hospital of any kind as defined
in this article or any rules promulgated hereunder without having been granted a license by
the State Board of Health shall be guilty of a Class A misdemeanor upon conviction of a second
or any subsequent offense. (2) The State Board of Health, upon determination that a facility
or business is operating as a hospital, within the meaning of this article or...
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