Section 9-11-305 When dogs permitted in areas; liability of owners of dogs at large in areas.
No dog shall be permitted except on leash within any wildlife management area except
in accordance with the rules and regulations promulgated by the Commissioner of Conservation
and Natural Resources, and whoever shall be the owner of any dog at large within any wildlife
management area shall be guilty of a misdemeanor. (Acts 1939, No. 668, p. 1061, §6; Code
1940, T. 8, §110(6).)...
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Section 9-16-90 Environmental protection performance standards. (a) Any permit issued pursuant
to this article to conduct surface mining operations shall require that such surface coal
mining operations will meet all applicable performance standards of this article, and such
other requirements as the regulatory authority shall promulgate. (b) General performance standards
shall be applicable to all surface coal mining and reclamation operations and shall require
the operation as a minimum to: (1) Conduct surface coal mining operations so as to maximize
the utilization and conservation of the solid fuel resource being recovered so that reaffecting
the land in the future through surface coal mining can be minimized; (2) Restore the land
affected to a condition capable of supporting the uses which it was capable of supporting
prior to any mining, or higher or better uses of which there is reasonable likelihood, so
long as such use or uses do not present any actual or probable hazard to...
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Section 22-27-2 Definitions. For the purpose of this article, the following terms shall have
the meanings respectively ascribed to them by this section: (1) AGENCY. Any controlling agency,
public or private, elected, appointed, or volunteer utilizing methods approved by the health
department or the department for the purpose of controlling and supervising the collection
or management of solid wastes or recyclable materials. (2) ALTERNATIVE COVER. Material other
than earth used to cover a landfill or sanitary landfill. An alternative cover shall be approved
by the Department of Environmental Management in compliance with federal law and United States
Environmental Protection Agency rules or guidance to achieve a level of performance equal
to or greater than earthen cover material. (3) ASHES. The solid residue from burning of wood,
coal, coke, or other combustible material used for heating, from incineration of solid wastes,
or for the production of electricity at electric generating...
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Section 40-23-4 Exemptions. (a) There are exempted from the provisions of this division and
from the computation of the amount of the tax levied, assessed, or payable under this division
the following: (1) The gross proceeds of the sales of lubricating oil and gasoline as defined
in Sections 40-17-30 and 40-17-170 and the gross proceeds from those sales of lubricating
oil destined for out-of-state use which are transacted in a manner whereby an out-of-state
purchaser takes delivery of such oil at a distributor's plant within this state and transports
it out-of-state, which are otherwise taxed. (2) The gross proceeds of the sale, or sales,
of fertilizer when used for agricultural purposes. The word "fertilizer" shall not
be construed to include cottonseed meal, when not in combination with other materials. (3)
The gross proceeds of the sale, or sales, of seeds for planting purposes and baby chicks and
poults. Nothing herein shall be construed to exempt or exclude from the computation of...
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Section 33-18-1 Alabama-Coosa-Tallapoosa River Basin Compact. The State of Alabama hereby agrees
to the following interstate compact known as the Alabama-Coosa-Tallapoosa River Basin Compact:
Alabama-Coosa-Tallapoosa River Basin Compact The States of Alabama and Georgia and the United
States of America hereby agree to the following compact which shall become effective upon
enactment of concurrent legislation by each respective state legislature and the Congress
of the United States. Short Title This act shall be known and may be cited as the "Alabama-Coosa-Tallapoosa
River Basin Compact" and shall be referred to hereafter in this document as the "ACT
Compact" or "compact." Article I Compact Purposes This compact among the States
of Alabama and Georgia and the United States of America has been entered into for the purposes
of promoting interstate comity, removing causes of present and future controversies, equitably
apportioning the surface waters of the ACT, engaging in water planning,...
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Section 33-19-1 Apalachicola-Chattahoochee-Flint River Basin Compact. The State of Alabama
hereby agrees to the following interstate compact known as the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee-Flint
River Basin Compact: Apalachicola-Chattahoochee-Flint River Basin Compact The States of Alabama,
Florida and Georgia and the United States of America hereby agree to the following compact
which shall become effective upon enactment of concurrent legislation by each respective state
legislature and the Congress of the United States. Short Title This Act shall be known and
may be cited as the "Apalachicola-Chattahoochee-Flint River Basin Compact" and shall
be referred to hereafter in this document as the "ACF Compact" or "compact."
Article I Compact Purposes This compact among the States of Alabama, Florida and Georgia and
the United States of America has been entered into for the purposes of promoting interstate
comity, removing causes of present and future controversies, equitably apportioning the...
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Section 20-2-190 Penalties; sale of ephedrine, etc.; Alabama Drug Abuse Task Force. (a) Any
person who manufactures, sells, transfers, receives, or possesses a listed precursor chemical
violates this article if the person: (1) Knowingly fails to comply with the reporting requirements
of this article; (2) Knowingly makes a false statement in a report or record required by this
article or the rules adopted thereunder; (3) Is required by this article to have a listed
precursor chemical license or permit, and is a person as defined by this article, and knowingly
or deliberately fails to obtain such a license or permit. An offense under this subsection
shall constitute a Class C felony. (b) Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 20-2-188,
a person who possesses, sells, transfers, or otherwise furnishes or attempts to solicit another
or conspires to possess, sell, transfer, or otherwise furnish a listed precursor chemical
or a product containing a precursor chemical or ephedrine or...
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Section 9-15-56 Application for beach project; issuance of permit. (a) Upon application by
a coastal municipality, the Commissioner of the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources,
acting through the Lands Division of the department, shall issue a permit for the construction
and maintenance of a beach project by the coastal municipality under the authority of Article
11 of Chapter 47 of Title 11, provided all of the requirements of this section shall have
been satisfied. (b) The application for a beach project shall contain, at a minimum, all of
the following: (1) A detailed description of the location, dimensions, and design features
of the proposed beach project. (2) A copy of the survey, map, metes and bounds description,
or plane coordinate references adopted by the governing body of the coastal municipality as
identifying the location of the mean high tide line and the locations of the limits of the
landward and seaward extensions of the proposed beach project relative to...
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Section 45-49-252 Definitions. The following words, phases, or terms as used in this part,
unless the context indicates otherwise, shall have the following meanings: (1) ABANDONED PROPERTY.
Wrecked or derelict property having no value other than nominal salvage value, if any, which
has been left abandoned and unprotected from the elements and shall include wrecked, inoperative,
or partially dismantled motor vehicles, trailers, boats, machinery, refrigerators, washing
machines, plumbing fixtures, and other similar articles which have no value other than nominal
salvage value, if any; and is in a condition violative of Alabama statutes. (2) ADMINISTRATIVE
DEPARTMENT. The department charged by the Mobile County Commission with the administrative
management of this part. (3) COMMISSION. The Mobile County Commission of Mobile County, Alabama.
(4) BULKY WASTE. Items whose large size precludes or complicates their handling by normal
collection, processing, or disposal methods. (5) BUNDLE. A...
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Section 23-1-80.1 County commissions - Use of county roads in conducting timber operations.
(a) A county commission, by ordinance or resolution, may require all persons or firms that
own timber in any unincorporated area of the county which plan to utilize county roads for
delivery of pulpwood, logs, poles, posts, or wood chips to any wood yard or processing plant
to provide notice of their intent to utilize the county roads to the county commission. For
purposes of this section, the term timber owner means any person or firm that has entered
into a contract with a landowner for the purposes of severing that timber and delivering pulpwood,
logs, poles, posts, or wood chips to any wood yard or processing plant. In the case where
the landowner harvests his or her own timber and delivers pulpwood, logs, poles, posts, or
wood chips to any wood yard or processing plant, the landowner is the timber owner. The term
timber owner is intended to mean the person or firm who has legal title to the...
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