Section 9-2-150 Shellfish Aquaculture Review Board; oyster aquaculture leasing program. (a)
For purposes of this section, the following words shall have the following meanings: (1) BOARD.
The Shellfish Aquaculture Review Board. (2) DEPARTMENT. The Department of Conservation and
Natural Resources. (3) OYSTER AQUACULTURE. The cultivation and harvesting of hatchery-spawned
oysters for commercial purposes. (b) There is created the Shellfish Aquaculture Review Board,
which shall be responsible for developing a shellfish aquaculture policy and implementing
a sustainable program for leasing land in the coastal waters of Alabama for oyster aquaculture.
For administrative purposes, the board shall be an administrative unit within the department.
(c) The board shall consist of the following members: (1) The Commissioner of the Alabama
Department of Conservation and Natural Resources or his or her designee. (2) The Commissioner
of the Alabama Department of Agriculture and Industries or his or her...
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Section 9-12-67 Sacking and tagging oysters; penalties. (a) All oysters taken from public oyster
bottoms of the State of Alabama for commercial purposes shall be sacked or placed in containers,
in accordance with the most current National Shellfish Sanitation Program Guide for the Control
of Molluscan Shellfish, as adopted by the state Department of Public Health, containing not
more than one-quarter Alabama barrel of oysters. Sacks or containers with oysters shall be
tagged and identified in accordance with the requirements of the most current National Shellfish
Sanitation Program Guide for the Control of Molluscan Shellfish, as adopted by the state Department
of Public Health, prior to leaving the harvest location or oyster management station. The
tag shall remain attached to each sack or container until it is emptied or retagged with a
certified dealer tag. Sacks or containers shall not be emptied in any proportion prior to
reaching the destination where the oysters shall be opened,...
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Section 9-2-151 Rules for licensing of state lands for oyster aquaculture; fees. The commissioner
of the department shall adopt rules for the licensing of state lands for oyster aquaculture
in accordance with the recommendations of the board and to implement this article. The fees
for leasing land pursuant to Section 9-2-150 shall be established by the State Lands Division
in a manner that encourages the economic viability of oyster aquaculture in the state. (Act
2013-351, p. 1258, §2.)...
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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 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 15-18-179 Application for incorporation; certificate of incorporation; amendment; board
of directors; dissolution; funding; competitive bidding laws not applicable. (a) A public
corporation may be organized as a community punishment and corrections authority pursuant
to this article in any county or group of counties located in one or more judicial circuits.
In order to incorporate the public corporation, any number of natural persons, not less than
three, who are duly qualified electors of a proposed county or counties shall first file a
written application with the county commission or any two or more thereof. The application
shall contain all of the following: (1) The names of each county commission with which the
application is filed. (2) A statement that the applicants propose to incorporate an authority
pursuant to this article. (3) The proposed location of the principal office of the authority.
(4) A statement that each of the applicants is a duly qualified elector of...
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Section 41-4-412 Alabama Construction Industry Craft Training Program; Craft Training Board.
(a) It is the intent of the Legislature to establish and provide for a coordinated effort
between the construction industry and institutions of higher education and other entities,
including, but not limited to, union training programs, to enhance the availability and quality
of programs which promote construction industry craft training and education, and thereby
enhance the availability and competence of the work force for supporting the industry. (b)
In order to provide for efficient, competent, and resourceful construction industry craft
training programs that will deliver the knowledge and skills necessary for persons to learn
and meet the skill requirements for a craft and career in the construction industry trades
and thereby enhance the development of a quality labor pool to support the construction industry
of this state, there is established within the Division of Construction...
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Section 9-12-24 Authority and procedure for leasing of bottoms in natural oyster reefs; cancellation
and forfeiture of leases; disposition of proceeds from leases. In addition to the powers heretofore
enumerated, the Commissioner of Conservation and Natural Resources shall have power to lease
to any citizen of Alabama or firm or corporation organized under the laws of this state and
doing business within its limits, for the purpose of oyster culture, any bottom of the waters
of the state in a natural oyster bed or reef in such areas and at such prices and under such
conditions as he may determine. Such persons, firms or corporations desiring to avail themselves
of the privileges of leasing oyster bottoms shall make application in writing to the Commissioner
of Conservation and Natural Resources accompanied by such fee as may be prescribed by the
Commissioner of Conservation and Natural Resources, whereupon a competent surveyor, selected
by the Commissioner of Conservation and Natural...
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Section 2-5A-1 Establishment; powers and duties. (a) The Farmers' Market Authority is established
in the Department of Agriculture and Industries. The authority shall have the powers and duties
to establish agricultural markets to prevent waste and to provide marketing facilities where
farm products, including fruits, vegetables, nuts, truck crops, and other agricultural commodities,
and fish products, including, but not limited to, farm-raised fish, shellfish, and wild fish,
may be processed, graded, packaged, displayed, or exhibited in order to encourage the buying
and selling of the commodities, and to encourage the public interest, thus promoting good
will between the rural and urban sectors of the State of Alabama. The Commissioner of the
Department of Agriculture and Industries, with approval of the Board of Agriculture and Industries,
may procure by purchase, lease, rent, gift, or otherwise, necessary market sites in this state
on which to conduct farmers' markets. (b)...
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Section 34-5A-3 Composition of board; compensation; meetings; rules and fees; investigations;
Alabama Behavior Analyst Licensing Board Fund. (a) The Alabama Behavior Analyst Licensing
Board is established within the Department of Mental Health, Division of Developmental Disabilities.
The board shall consist of seven members, including four licensed behavior analysts, one licensed
psychologist in the state, one parent or legal guardian of a person being treated for a behavior
disorder, or a person who has received services from a licensed behavior analyst, and one
public member, who, except for the initial members, shall be appointed by the Governor, as
provided in subsection (b). The membership of the board shall be inclusive and reflect the
racial, gender, geographic, urban/rural, and economic diversity of the state. Each member
shall serve a three-year term, with initial terms being staggered so that one member serves
an initial term of one year, three members serve initial terms of...
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