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Section 2-26-7 Requirements as to labeling of containers in which seed sold, distributed, etc.
(a) Agricultural seed. (1) Each container of agricultural seed in excess of two pounds which
is sold, offered for sale, exposed for sale or distributed within this state for planting
or sowing purposes shall have attached thereto in a conspicuous place a plainly written in
ink or printed label of a size not less than 2 3/8 x 4 3/4 inches in the English language,
giving information for the following items: a. Commonly accepted name, kind and variety (of
those crops for which commercial varieties have been developed) of each agricultural seed
component in excess of five percent of the whole, subject to tolerances as provided in Section
2-26-3, and the percentage by weight of each in the order of its predominance. Where more
than one component is required to be named, the word "mixture" or the word "mixed"
shall be shown conspicuously near the top of the label or tag in type of not less than 8... - 6K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 2-27-33 Additional powers and authority. (a) In addition to the powers and authority
heretofore authorized by law pursuant to Sections 2-27-30, 2-27-31 and 2-27-32, the pesticide
residue laboratory heretofore established and now operated by the Department of Agriculture
and Industries at Auburn University shall also be authorized to obtain reliable analysis of
raw and processed agricultural products and other food products, fish, game, and other wildlife
to detect the presence of any harmful drug residues for the protection of public health, to
aid in developing and expanding markets for agricultural products, and for the protection
and production of fish and wildlife and related purposes, which activities shall be in addition
to the duties as now authorized by law for the operation of such laboratory. (b) In addition
to the testing and analysis authorized in subsection (a), testing and analysis may be performed
as authorized in Section 2-2-33. (Acts 1979, No. 79-702, p. 1250;... - 1K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 23-1-170 Purpose and construction of article. It is the intention of the Legislature
by the passage of this article to authorize the incorporation of a public corporation for
the following purposes: (1) To issue bonds to assure the availability of funds for payment
of the state's share of the cost of constructing roads and bridges as shall from time to time
be constructed with funds supplied jointly by the state and federal government; and (2) To
construct and maintain, or participate in the construction and maintenance, or lend its aid
in construction and maintenance or contract for construction and maintenance of roads and
bridges in the State of Alabama, as well as the approaches thereto, including the reconstruction
and relocating of approaches, causeways and like or other highway facilities which may, from
time to time, be constructed and maintained with funds to be supplied jointly by the state
and federal government, together with work incidental and related thereto,... - 2K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 40-18-421 (Credit expires after 2021 tax year unless extended.) Definitions. For the
purposes of this article, the following terms shall have the following meanings: (1) APPRENTICE.
A worker at least 16 years of age, except where a higher minimum age standard is otherwise
fixed by law, who is employed to learn an apprenticeable occupation as provided in 29 C.F.R.
Part 29.4. The term includes a person who is compensated by a third party but whose apprenticeable
work occurs under the supervision of an eligible employer. (2) APPRENTICESHIP AGREEMENT. A
written agreement, complying with 29 C.F.R. Part 29.2 between an apprentice and either the
apprentice's program sponsor, or an apprenticeship committee acting as agent for the program
sponsors, which contains the terms and conditions of the employment and training of the apprentice.
(3) DIVISION. The Workforce Development Division of the Department of Commerce. (4) ELIGIBLE
EMPLOYER. A taxpayer who employs an apprentice pursuant to... - 1K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 45-49-150.08 Bingo games - Disposition of proceeds. (a) The net proceeds of a bingo
game shall be devoted to the charitable purposes of the bingo permit holder. All reasonable
expenses incurred in connection with the holding, operating, or conducting of bingo, including
the following bona fide expenses, in reasonable amounts, shall be allowed: (1) The purchase
or rental of equipment necessary for conducting bingo and the payment of services reasonably
necessary for repair of the equipment. (2) Payment of cash prizes or the purchase of prizes
of merchandise. (3) Reasonable rental or mortgage payment on the location at which bingo is
being conducted. (4) The money paid to bingo workers for the operation and conducting of each
bingo session. (5) Utilities. (6) Janitorial services. (7) Security services. (8) The cost
of a bank checking account. (9) The fee required for the issuance or reissuance of a bingo
permit. (10) Insurance premiums. (b) All monies collected, other than... - 1K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 9-13-272 Definitions. As used in this article, the following words shall have the following
meanings: (1) CERTIFIED PRESCRIBED BURN MANAGER. An individual who successfully completes
a certification program approved by the Alabama Forestry Commission. (2) PRESCRIBED BURNING.
The controlled application of fire to naturally occurring vegetative fuels for ecological,
silvicultural, agricultural and wildlife management purposes under specified environmental
conditions and the following of appropriate precautionary measures which cause the fire to
be confined to a predetermined area and accomplishes the planned land management objectives.
(3) PRESCRIPTION. A written plan for starting and controlling a prescribed burn to accomplish
the ecological, silvicultural, and wildlife management objectives. (Acts 1995, No. 95-609,
p. 1304, §3.)... - 1K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 13A-12-76 Bona fide coin-operated amusement machines. (a) Sections 13A-12-70 to 13A-12-75,
inclusive, shall not apply to a coin-operated game or device designed and manufactured for
bona fide amusement purposes which, by application of some skill, only entitles the player
to replay the game or device at no additional cost if a single play of the bona fide coin-operated
amusement machine or device can reach no more than 25 free replays or can be discharged of
accumulated free replay, or rewards the player exclusively with merchandise limited to noncash
merchandise, prizes, toys, gift certificates, or novelties, each of which has a wholesale
value of not more than five dollars ($5). This subsection shall not apply to any game or device
classified by the United States government as requiring a federal gaming tax stamp under applicable
provisions of the Internal Revenue Code. (b) Any person who gives to any other person money
or anything of value for free replays on coin-operated... - 5K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 16-47-240 Alabama Rural Hospital Resource Center. (a) The University of Alabama at
Birmingham shall establish the Alabama Rural Hospital Resource Center. (b) The purpose of
the resource center is to facilitate access to high quality care for rural Alabamians and
improve their health by increasing the viability and capabilities of eligible hospitals at
no or minimal cost to those hospitals. (c) For the purposes of this section, the following
terms shall have the following meanings: (1) ELIGIBLE HOSPITAL. A nonprofit or public rural
hospital. (2) RESOURCE CENTER. The Rural Hospital Resource Center of the University of Alabama
at Birmingham. (3) RURAL. Located in one of the following: a. An area designated as a shortage
area as defined in 42 C.F.R. § 491.5(c) and (d); or b. A rural area as defined by the Federal
Office of Rural Health Policy. (d) The resource center shall do all of the following: (1)
Hire necessary staff that is inclusive and reflects the racial, gender,... - 3K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 2-26-1 Definitions. When used in this article, the following terms shall have the following
meanings, respectively, unless the context clearly indicates otherwise: (1) PERSON. An individual,
partnership, corporation, company, society, association or agency. (2) AGRICULTURAL SEED.
The seeds of grasses, forage, cereal and fiber crops and any other kinds of seeds commonly
recognized within this state as agricultural or field seeds and mixtures of such seeds. (3)
VEGETABLE SEED. The seeds of those crops which are grown in gardens or on truck farms and
are generally known and sold under the name of vegetable seeds in this state. (4) FLOWER SEED.
The seeds of all plants grown for ornamental purposes, either for domestic or commercial purposes,
and which are generally known and sold under the name of flower seed in this state. (5) TREE
AND SHRUB SEED. The seeds of woody plants commonly known and sold as tree or shrub seeds in
this state. (6) WEED SEEDS. The seeds, bulblets and tubers... - 5K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 25-7-41 Definitions; limitations on compensation and employment benefits not required
by state or federal laws. (a) For purposes of this article, the following words have the following
meanings: (1) DISCRIMINATION. An action by an employer or a distinction by an employer that
adversely affects an employee or job applicant based on a group, class, or category to which
that person belongs. (2) EMPLOYEE. An individual employed in this state by an employer or
a natural person who performs services for an employer for valuable consideration and does
not include a self-employed independent contractor. (3) EMPLOYER. A person engaging in any
activity, enterprise, or business in this state employing one or more employees, or a person,
association, or legal or commercial entity receiving services from an employee or independent
contractor and, in return, giving compensation of any kind to such employee or independent
contractor. (4) FEDERAL LABOR LAWS. The National Labor Relations Act,... - 3K - Match Info - Similar pages

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