Section 9-12-54.6 Exclusive saltwater bait areas. All rivers, bayous, and creeks of the state
are permanently closed to the taking of saltwater shrimp for any purpose. Wolf Bay, that area
encompassing the water within the boundary from the south shore of Wolf Bay northward to Beacon
#86 on the north side of the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway then westward along the north side
of the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway to Beacon #94 then south across the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway
to the south shore of Wolf Bay; Oyster Bay, that area encompassing the waters of Oyster Bay
except those waters north of the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway; that area encompassing those
waters in the mouth of the Blakely River between the I-10 bridge and the Highway 90 (old causeway)
bridge; Terry Cove (Baldwin County); Arlington Channel; East Fowl River from Beacon 5 and
6 to the mouth of the river; Bayou La Batre Channel from Bayou La Batre Channel B.C. Beacon
to the mouth of Bayou La Batre; and Dauphin Island Bay (Mobile...
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Section 10A-21-2.04 Condemnation for rights-of-way or easements by mining, manufacturing, industrial,
power, and quarrying companies. (a) Every mining, manufacturing, industrial, power, and quarrying
corporation or company may acquire by condemnation rights-of-way or easements over or across
the lands or easements of others for ways and rights-of-way on or under which it may erect
or construct and operate railways, tramways, pipelines, transmission lines, cables, ways,
roads, and underground passages not exceeding 100 feet in width for the purpose of connecting
any part of its lands, works, plants, mines, lines, or system with any other part thereof,
with any public road, railroad, navigable water, with the mines, lands, works, plants, lines,
or system of any other such company, corporation, or owner or with any shipping, storage,
delivery, receiving, or distributing point and for the purpose of transporting or transmitting
any materials, equipment, or products used by or mined,...
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Section 22-50-11 Department - Additional and cumulative powers. The Department of Mental Health
is given hereby the following additional and cumulative powers through its commissioner: (1)
It is authorized and directed to set up state plans for the purpose of controlling and treating
any and all forms of mental and emotional illness and any and all forms of mental retardation
and shall divide the state into regions, districts, areas or zones, which need not be geographic
areas, but shall be areas for the purpose of establishing priorities and programs and for
organizational and administrative purposes in accordance with these state plans. (2) It is
designated and authorized to supervise, coordinate, and establish standards for all operations
and activities of the state related to mental health and the providing of mental health services;
and it is authorized to receive and administer any funds available from any source for the
purpose of acquiring building sites for, constructing,...
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Section 32-9-20 Schedule of restrictions. (a) It shall be unlawful for any person to drive
or move on any highway in this state any vehicle or vehicles of a size or weight except in
accordance with the following: (1) WIDTH. Vehicles and combinations of vehicles, operating
on highways with traffic lanes 12 feet or more in width, shall not exceed a total outside
width, including any load thereon, of 102 inches, exclusive of mirrors or other safety devices
approved by the Department of Transportation. The Director of Transportation may, in his or
her discretion, designate other public highways for use by vehicles and loads with total outside
widths not exceeding 102 inches, otherwise; vehicles and combinations of vehicles, operating
on highways with traffic lanes less than 12 feet in width, shall not exceed a total outside
width, including any load thereon, of 96 inches, exclusive of mirrors or other safety devices
approved by the Department of Transportation. No passenger vehicle shall...
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Section 45-37-150.01 Definitions. As used in this article: (1) BINGO. That specific kind of
game commonly known as bingo in which prizes are awarded on the basis of designated numbers
or symbols on a card or electronic marking machine conforming to numbers or symbols selected
at random. (2) CHIEF OF POLICE. The chief of police of any municipality electing to establish
a bingo ordinance parallel, or similar, to this article to apply in the municipality. (3)
EDUCATION ORGANIZATION. An organization within this state, not for pecuniary profit, whose
primary purpose is education in nature and designed to develop the capabilities of individuals
by instruction in any public or private elementary or secondary school, or any private college,
not for pecuniary profit, and approved by the State Department of Education. (4) EQUIPMENT.
The receptacle and numbered objects drawn from it, the master board upon which such objects
are placed as drawn, the cards or sheets bearing numbers or other...
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Section 45-41A-10.01 Definitions. The following words and phrases used in this part, and others
evidently intended as the equivalent thereof shall in the absence of clear implication herein
otherwise, be given the following respective interpretations herein: (1) APPLICANT. A natural
person who files a written application with the governing body of the city in accordance with
Section 45-41A-10.03. (2) AUTHORITY. The Auburn Downtown Redevelopment Authority, a public
corporation organized pursuant to this part. (3) AUTHORIZING RESOLUTION. A resolution adopted
by the governing body of the city in accordance with Section 45-41A-10.03, that authorizes
the incorporation of the authority. (4) BOARD. The board of directors of the authority. (5)
BONDS. Bonds, notes, and certificates representing an obligation to pay money. (6) CITY. The
City of Auburn, Alabama. (7) DIRECTOR. A member of the board of the authority. (8) DOWNTOWN
DEVELOPMENT AREA. The central business district of the city as...
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Section 22-18-50 Enactment and text of Emergency Medical Services Personnel Licensure Interstate
Compact. The Emergency Medical Services Personnel Licensure Interstate Compact is hereby enacted
into law and entered into with all other jurisdictions legally joining therein in form substantially
as follows: SECTION 1. PURPOSE In order to protect the public through verification of competency
and ensure accountability for patient care related activities all states license emergency
medical services (EMS) personnel, such as emergency medical technicians (EMTs), advanced EMTs
and paramedics. This Compact is intended to facilitate the day to day movement of EMS personnel
across state boundaries in the performance of their EMS duties as assigned by an appropriate
authority and authorize state EMS offices to afford immediate legal recognition to EMS personnel
licensed in a member state. This Compact recognizes that states have a vested interest in
protecting the public's health and safety...
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Section 22-27-90 Definitions. When used herein the following terms shall have the following
meanings: (1) COMMERCIAL ESTABLISHMENT. Any food service establishment, retail food store,
limited food service establishment, limited retail food store, food processing establishment,
or other place of business where food is prepared or sold or offered for sale, or any establishment
that slaughters, fabricates, bones or processes animals, poultry, or fish, whether or not
required by law to be licensed or permitted by an agency of the State of Alabama. (2) DEPARTMENT.
The Alabama Department of Environmental Management as established by Section 22-22A-4. (3)
DISPOSE. To discard or carry away, whether personally or by and through a contractor, and
whether for the purposes of recycling, reuse, or reprocessing or for ultimate elimination.
(4) INEDIBLE ANIMAL BY-PRODUCT. Any bone, fat, offal, carcass, blood, skin, hide, tallow,
lard, feather, horn, hoof, or any other solid by-product derived from any...
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Section 23-7-2 Definitions. For the purposes of this chapter, the following words shall have
the following meanings: (1) BANK. The Alabama Transportation Infrastructure Bank. (2) BOARD.
The board of directors of the bank. (3) BONDS. Includes bonds, notes, or other evidence of
indebtedness except as otherwise provided in this chapter. (4) DEPARTMENT or DEPARTMENT OF
TRANSPORTATION. The Alabama Department of Transportation. (5) ELIGIBLE COST. As applied to
a qualified project to be financed from the federal highway account, the costs that are permitted
under applicable federal laws, requirements, procedures, and guidelines in regard to establishing,
operating, and providing assistance from the bank. As applied to a qualified project to be
financed from the state highway account, these costs include the costs of preliminary engineering,
traffic, and revenue studies; environmental studies; right-of-way acquisition; legal and financial
services associated with the development of the...
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Section 40-21-120 Definitions. As used in this article, the following words and phrases shall
have the following meanings respectively ascribed to them unless the context clearly indicates
otherwise: (1)a. CUSTOMER. The person or entity that contracts with the home service provider
for mobile telecommunications service or, for the purposes of determining the place of primary
use, if the end user of the mobile telecommunications service is not the contracting party,
the end user of the mobile telecommunications service. The term does not include a reseller
of mobile telecommunications service or a serving carrier under an arrangement to serve the
customer outside the home service provider's licensed service area. b. HOME SERVICE PROVIDER.
The facilities-based carrier or reseller with which the customer contracts for the provision
of mobile telecommunications service. c. LICENSED SERVICE AREA. The geographic area in which
the home service provider is authorized by law or contract to...
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