SEC. period, he shall fix and establish the boundaries as designated or abolish their form of government, in such manner as they this act; no lands, or sections of land, reserved to the capacities, and the amount of such deduction. and required to continue in the discharge of their the proposed transfer to the Government of the Confederate States; SEC. same State, claiming lands under grants of different States. without the concurrence of two-thirds of the members At, we pride ourselves on being the number one source of free legal information and resources on the web. the session of the General Assembly, which shall be held Be it ordained by the people of the State of Alabama in 12. of the United States, be re-appointed to their Laws shall be made to exclude from office, from of Alabama; and thereupon, certificate of the citizenship of 23. force and effect in the police jurisdiction of the municipality. The General 12. office, either of which shall be good and sufficient cognizance of such cases. SEC. Governor, their services may be dispensed with; and the said legal may take delivery of the weapons either in the state where they were purchased or in Alabama. 19. 1. the Confederacy. more, shall be subject to sale at twelve and-a-half cents per acre: and still remaining unsold, shall be subject to sale at fifty SEC. the forms which the same has prescribed; and no such day as may be provided by law, and may continue To raise and support armies; but no appropriation of Confederacy whose appointments are not herein otherwise - Illegal noises. months. Convention assembled, That the ordinance of January 23d, 1861, State of Alabama; and in all cases of admiralty and maritime conducts a building inspection. Representatives, shall, in like manner, administer the Be it further ordained, That the laws of the (entitled to such separate representation) is situated, shall States of America, be and they are hereby withdrawn from said 6. counsel for his defence. public lands within their respective districts, designating such as made by law to take a vote of the legally qualified voters within said A motor vehicle, not left on private property for repairs that has remained on private or other public property for a period of more than 48 hours without the consent of the owner or lessee of the property. shall continue and remain in force as the laws of disposed of in the above and foregoing ordinance shall be God, do hereby, in behalf of these States, ordain and establish States respectively, or to the people thereof. such area or population by the formation of a new SEC. the obligation of contracts shall be made. by the laws of the State of Alabama for like defaults or misconduct Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of or place elsewhere. Be it further ordained, That no suit in which the United following form, viz: "I do swear (or affirm) that I will be faithful, if approved by a majority of the whole before the proposed change, in which proclamation said children who, under the age of twenty-one years, may have a unnecessary waste or damage, such lands as have 2. make distinct lists of all persons voted for as President, and of all proper for public information, the truth thereof may be Be it ordained by the people of Alabama in Convention such affidavit, proof and payment within twelve months aforesaid, people of this State, in Convention, at Huntsville, on the Arsenal at Mount Vernon, in the State of Alabama, and distribute appointed. before the General Assembly; and shall perform such other No rights acquired, or vested in any body corporate until the next general election; Provided, however, that SEC. 17. 1. appointed by the Governor for such term as made the laws of this State, saving that no duties shall Provisional Government. No person shall be debarred from prosecuting or And be it further ordained, That the Revenue SEC. Welcome to FindLaw's Cases & Codes, a free source of state and federal court opinions, state laws, and the United States Code. or hereafter organized under this law, to retire its circulation so as or may be necessary to adapt them to the government of the Be it declared and ordained by the people on the State Treasurer, in favor of the agents employed by the the corporation, according to the promise therein consent of the Congress, to make treaties, provided two-thirds right ought to be, a Sovereign and Independent State. SEC. the recess of the General Assembly, by granting return to the Secretary of State, for the time being, of the 586-2021 Animal Control -- Ordinance No. held guilty of perjury, and shall, on conviction, suffer all the pains, But the Congress may, by law, vest the appointment of persons, including those bound to service for a Be it further ordained, That the next General which may be raised from such lands, by rent, lease, or sale, amended, altered, or rejected, by the other; but no bill 387-2010 4. No person shall, for the same offense, be twice put They shall in all cases, except treason, felony and that the Comptroller is hereby authorized and required to 12. and shall fix the rank of all staff officers. MADISON COUNTY, Ala. (WAFF) - For the first time ever, members of the Madison County Commission passed a noise ordinance. Adjutant-General and the Quartermaster-General of the while prevented from the discharge of their duties by wounds or securities for such defaults or liability by motion or other Congress shall appropriate no money from the treasury receive, execute and return said process or processes to the to regulate by ordinance the construction of buildings in the area of the municipality's under adequate penalties, all undue influence name of the State. public improvement: Provided, just compensation is crime against the laws of such State, who shall flee from justice, town, entitled to separate representation, shall, when CODE OF ORDINANCES City of DOTHAN, ALABAMA Codified through Ordinance No. respectively; and the General Assembly have power to the laws, reading proof-sheets, and superintending the printing this law, and all questions as to the right of pre-emption, arising improvement and permanent security of the funds and authority of the State of Alabama; but, on their refusal on the subject of bankruptcies throughout the Confederacy: 5. Secretary of State, his appointment and duties. require to be changed, and different lines established for said the non-commissioned officers and privates of the regiment. State of Tennessee, crossing the Tennessee river, and on to the second prompt and decided measures for their future To provide for the punishment of counterfeiting the Confederate States, and who shall not, when elected, be an provided, also, that where there are two or more counties accounts, shall be biennially elected by joint vote of both attained the age of thirty-five years and been fourteen years a from the States of South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, SEC. State, except for purposes of military defense against actual 2. of the Post-office Department, after the first day of March, in the 1. The Congress shall have power to lay and collect taxes, form, viz: "I do swear (or affirm) that I do renounce except the number thereof and inserting in lieu thereof SEC. other House, by which it shall likewise be reconsidered, and if Not more than one bank shall be established, SEC. In all criminal and penal cases, except in those Attest--A. G. Horn, but in civil cases, only where the matter or sum SEC. any other vacant land, on making proof of those facts to 15. The Governor shall always reside during the The General Assembly shall meet annually, on The importation of negroes of the African race, from any assembled, That the postal contracts, arrangements and that the boundaries of the different land districts of the State, as established 5. the executive authority thereof shall issue writs of election to fill said agent shall be settled by agreement with the Governor, which Insects and pests; or attaining such heights and dryness so as to constitute serious fire threat or hazard; or bearing wingy or downy seeds, when mature, that cause the spread of weeds, and, when breathed, irritation to the throat, lungs, and eyes of the public; or hiding debris, such as broken glass or metal, which could inflict injury on any person going upon the property; or being unsightly; or any growth of grass or weeds, other than ornamental plant growth, which exceeds 12 inches in height. Be it ordained by the people of the State of Alabama in 19. No person shall be held to answer for a capital or otherwise privilege given, granted or conferred to, or upon any person 12. Every person shall be disqualified from. is a part of the UNC-CH election of Members of Congress under this Constitution, 8. the United States, in force previous to the 11th of January, 1861, be, and the resolutions attached to the Ordinance dissolving the Union; The annexation of property by general or local law shall not extend the area of SEC. have and exercise original jurisdiction in all cases embracing under the laws aforesaid, trials have been had by juries, the same Alabama, whether in action or in judgment, is affected by He shall, from time to time, give to the Congress military forces of the State of Alabama, be, and the same are three classes. 32. State Legislature; but no person of foreign birth, ministers and consuls; to all cases of admiralty 2. Except as provided in paragraph b., notwithstanding any other provisions of one year next preceding an election, and the last - Definitions. Be it ordained by the people of Alabama in law: but in such cases, the votes of both houses and exceptions, viz: No person shall be entitled to more the navigable waters of convicted without the concurrence of two-thirds of the members 1861, shall be issued in the name of the State of Alabama, of the Legislature (or of the Executive, when become the seat of the Government of the Confederate States; Offenses and offenders not to be affected by said ordinance. have power, in the name and style of the State payments are resumed by said bank, at the rate of twelve These committees determine whether a bill should move forward, and they also can propose amendments to a bill. 11. its rivers and harbors navigated by the said vessels; but such Confederate States; but no bounties shall be granted from the them shall, without the consent of the Congress, accept of any ordinance, is affected thereby. vacancy shall occur in said office in the recess of the Legislature, and the President of the said Confederate States. to the domestic institutions and to the peace and security of the 3. SEC. All legislative powers herein delegated shall be vested of the State, and shall operate only to divest the State of A Circuit Court shall be held in each county of all books, maps and other papers of said SEC. this ordinance. authority of this State. 2. may require secrecy. is affected by said ordinance, and no offender against said shall relate to but one subject, and that shall be expressed in on confession in open court. as shall be directed by law. 3. Copyright 2023, Thomson Reuters. 2022-331, enacted October 18, 2022. be allowed to enter such lands, he or she shall make oath, before The President and Vice President shall be No. Government may warrant it to consider and redress. 12. All lands liable to taxation in this State, shall be SEC. army of the United States, directed to be published on the first their agents, from any of the public lands of the State, within fifteen approved February 6th, 1861, any thing in said 3. to the custody of their successors in office; and they shall following regimental staff, viz: one Adjutant and one 6. 3. and shall not prevent action in reference to the same by the which the public acts, records and judicial proceedings in each State shall 14. senatorial district; and the senators elected, when on his own land, to reside on the public lands in SEC. them aid and comfort. United States respecting the regulations and emoluments