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Section 9-10B-5 Functions and duties of Office of Water Resources. The general functions and
duties of the Office of Water Resources shall be as follows: (1) To develop long-term strategic
plans for the use of the waters of the state by conducting and participating in water resource
studies and by administering the laws established by this chapter and regulations promulgated
hereunder; (2) Acting through the commission, to adopt and promulgate rules, regulations,
and standards for the purposes of this chapter, and to develop policy for the state regarding
the waters of the state; (3) To implement quantitative water resource programs and projects
for the coordination, conservation, development, management, use, and understanding of the
waters of the state; (4) To serve as a repository for data regarding the waters of the state;
(5) To, at its discretion, study, analyze, and evaluate in coordination with, or with the
assistance of, other agencies of the state, the federal government, any... - 9K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 22-22-9 Powers and duties; enforcement of orders; permits; civil penalties for violations.
(a) It shall be the duty of the commission to control pollution in the waters of the state,
and it shall specifically have the following powers: (1) To study and investigate all problems
concerned with the improvement and conservation of the waters of the state; (2) To conduct,
independently and in cooperation with others, studies, investigation and research and to prepare,
or in cooperation with others prepare, a program or programs, any or all of which shall pertain
to the purity and conservation of the waters of the state or to the treatment and disposal
of pollutants or other wastes, which studies, investigations, research and program or programs
shall be intended to result in the reduction of pollution of the waters of the state according
to the conditions and particular circumstances existing in the various communities throughout
the state; and (3) To propose remedial measures... - 16K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 37-15-10.1 Underground Damage Prevention Authority. (a) The Underground Damage Prevention
Authority is created for the purpose of enforcing this chapter and for reviewing penalty provisions
and the adequacy of the enforcement process. It is the intent of the Legislature that the
authority and its enforcement activities not be funded by appropriations from the state budget.
(b) The authority shall utilize the services of the Alabama Public Service Commission to provide
administrative support for the authority, subject to the concurrence by the authority board.
The Public Service Commission shall charge the expenses associated with the administrative
duties of the authority back to the authority, subject to the concurrence of the authority
board. The administrative support provided by the Alabama Public Service Commission to the
authority is in an administrative capacity only and nothing in this chapter shall expand the
jurisdiction of the Alabama Public Service Commission in any... - 5K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 40-17-350 Transportation of motor fuel; inspections. (a) Each person operating a refinery
or terminal in Alabama shall prepare and provide to the driver of every highway vehicle receiving
motor fuel at the facility a shipping document setting out on its face the destination state
as represented to the terminal operator by the shipper or the shipper's agent. Failure to
comply with this subsection may result in a department imposed penalty of not less than five
hundred dollars ($500) nor more than one thousand dollars ($1,000), to be multiplied by the
sum of the current violation plus prior violations of this subsection. (b) Every person transporting
motor fuel in Alabama in a highway vehicle other than in its supply tank shall carry on board
a shipping document issued by the facility where the motor fuel was obtained. The shipping
document shall set out on its face the state of destination of the motor fuel transported
in the highway vehicle. Violation of this subsection... - 14K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 13A-9-71 Registration of charitable organizations, professional fund raisers, and commercial
co-venturers, and professional solicitors; notification of changes; exempt persons; annual
report; prohibition against fund raising by unregistered person; contracts between professional
fund raisers and commercial co-venturers; appointment of Secretary of State as agent for service
of process; use of name of charitable organization without consent; disclosure by solicitors;
violations and penalties; injunctive relief. (a) Every charitable organization, except those
granted an exemption in subsection (f), which is physically located in this state, intends
to solicit contributions in or from this state, or to have contributions solicited in this
state, on its behalf, by other charitable organizations, paid solicitors, or commercial co-venturers
in or from this state shall, prior to any solicitation, file a registration statement with
the Attorney General upon a form prescribed by the... - 16K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 9-10B-7 Office headed by division chief. The Office of Water Resources shall be headed
by and shall be under the direction, supervision, and control of an officer who shall be known
and designated as the Division Chief of the Alabama Office of Water Resources. The division
chief shall be appointed by the director, with the approval of the Governor, and shall report
to, and be under the direct supervision of, the director. The division chief shall be a person
knowledgeable in the fields of water resource management, development, and conservation. The
division chief shall be a state Merit System employee. The salary of the division chief shall
be set in accordance with state law. Vacancies in the position of division chief shall be
filled in the same manner as set forth above; provided, however, that prior to the appointment
and approval of a division chief, the director may appoint an acting division chief or may
assume the responsibilities of, and serve in the capacity as,... - 1K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 8-16-18 Penalties for violation of chapter. (a) Any person violating any provision
of this chapter or the rules and regulations issued hereunder shall be guilty of a misdemeanor
and, upon conviction, unless otherwise provided in this chapter, shall be fined not more than
$500 and may also be sentenced to hard labor for not more than six months. (b) In addition
to the criminal penalty provided for in subsection (a), the Board of Agriculture and Industries
may adopt a schedule of civil fines for violations of this chapter. All fines collected under
this chapter shall be deposited into the Agricultural Fund in the State Treasury. (Ag. Code
1927, §611; Code 1940, T. 2, §12; Act 2013-212, p. 485, §1.)... - 1K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 22-22A-5 Powers and functions of department; representation of department by Attorney
General in legal actions. In addition to any other powers and functions which may be conferred
upon it by law, the department is authorized beginning October 1, 1982 to: (1) Administer
appropriate portions of Sections 9-7-10 through 9-7-20, which relate to permitting, regulatory
and enforcement functions; administer and enforce the provisions and execute the functions
of Chapter 28 of this title; Chapter 22 of this title; Article 2 of Chapter 23 of this title;
Chapter 30 of this title; appropriate portions of Article 1 of Chapter 27 of this title; Sections
22-24-1 through 22-24-11; Sections 22-25-1 through 22-25-15; and Sections 22-36-1 through
22-36-10. (2) Acting through the Environmental Management Commission, promulgate rules, regulations,
and standards in order to carry out the provisions and intent of this chapter; provided, however,
that prior to the promulgation of any state primary or... - 16K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 25-14-8 Violations; penalties. (a)(1) Upon a finding that a registrant has violated
a provision of Section 25-14-6 or 25-14-7, the secretary may: a. Impose an administrative
fine not to exceed one thousand dollars ($1,000) for every count or separate offense. b. Impose
upon the registrant the cost of investigation and prosecution, including reasonable attorney
fees. c. Refuse to register or renew the registration of an offending professional employer
organization. (2) The secretary may make, or cause to be made, investigations, audits, or
reviews within or without the state as the secretary deems necessary to determine whether
a person has violated or is in danger of violating this chapter, including any regulation
or rule to aid in the enforcement of this chapter, including any regulation or rule promulgated
pursuant to this chapter. (3) All civil penalties collected under this chapter shall be deposited
in the Professional Employer Organization Registration Administrative... - 2K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 45-18-244.02 Collection of tax; stamps. It shall be unlawful for any dealer, storer,
or distributor engaged in or continuing in the business in Conecuh County for which the tax
is levied to fail or refuse to add to the sales price and collect from the purchaser the amount
due on account of the tax herein provided, to refund or offer to refund all or any part of
the amount collected or absorb, or advertise directly or indirectly, the absorption of the
tax or any portion thereof. Any person, firm, corporation, club, or association violating
this section shall be subject to a civil penalty of not less than twenty-five dollars ($25)
nor more than five hundred dollars ($500). Each act in violation of this section shall constitute
a separate offense. (1) The State Department of Revenue or, as otherwise provided by resolution
of the county commission, the Conecuh County Tax Collector shall collect all taxes levied
pursuant to this part at the same time and in the same manner as state... - 2K - Match Info - Similar pages

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