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Be It Enarted by the Legislature of Alabama:

Section 1. Act No. 1053, H. 1504, 1971 Regular Session (Acts of 1971, p. 1901), entitled "An Act Relating to law enforcement in any County with a population of not less than 34,100 nor more than 34,900 according to the 1970 decennial census; fixing the fee for the issuance of pistol permits; and providing for the deposit of such fees in the county general fund", is hereby amended to read as follows:

"Section 1. In all counties having populations of not less than 34,100 nor more than 34,900, according to the 1970 decennial census, the fee for issuance of a permit to carry a pistol in a vehicle or concealed on or about the person as provided in the Code of Alabama 1940, Title 14, Section 177, shall be five dollars, which shall be collected by the sheriff.

“Section 2. Four dollars ($4.00) of each fee collected under Section 1 of this Act shall be paid into the county treasury of such county and the remaining one dollar ($1.00) of each fee shall be deposited by the sheriff of such county in any bank located in the county, into a fund known as the sheriff's fund.

“Section 3. The sheriff's fund provided for in Section 2 of this Act shall be drawn upon by the sheriff of the county or his appointed agent and shall be used exclusively for law enforcement purposes and in the discharge of the sheriff's office as he sees fit.

"Section 4. The sheriff shall be held accountable to the county commission or other like governing body of such county and shall file a monthly report of fees collected and disbursed under this Act.

“Section 5. The establishment of the sheriff's fund as provided in this Act and the use of such funds shall in no way diminish or take the place of any other imbursement or other source of income established for the sheriff or the operation of his office.

"Section 6. All laws or parts of laws which conflict with this Act are repealed.

“Section 7. The provisions of this Act are severable. If any part of the Act is declared invalid or unconstitutional, such declaration shall not affect the part which remains."

Section 2. The operation of this Act shall be retroactive to November 1, 1974, and all actions taken and payments made pursuant thereto on and after that date are ratified and confirmed.

Approved August 18, 1976.
Time: 6:30 P.M.

Act No. 460

H. 671—Holley, Folmar

AN ACT

To amend the title and Section 2 of Act No. 103, H. 16, 1975 Fourth Special Session (Acts of 1975, p. 2784) entitled "An Act Relating to all counties having a population of not less than 34,100 nor more than 34,900 according to the most recent federal decennial census; placing the probate judge, the tax assessor, the tax collector and the circuit clerk on a salary basis of compensation,” so as to delete the circuit clerk from the provisions of said Act. Be It Enacted by the Legislature of Alabama:

Section 1. The title and Section 2 of Act No. 103, H. 16, 1975 Fourth Special Session (Acts of 1975, p. 2784) are hereby amended to read as follows:

An Act Relating to all counties having a population of not less than 34,100 nor more than 34,900 according to the most recent federal decennial census; placing the probate judge, the tax assessor, and the tax collector on a salary basis of compesation.

"Section 2. The following county officers of such counties shall receive the following annual salaries : Probate Judge

$23,000.00 per year Tax Assessor

18,000.00 per year Tax Collector

18,000.00 per year "The salaries hereinabove provided shall be payable in equal monthly installments from the general fund of such counties and shall be paid in lieu of any salaries, expense allowances, or other compensation heretofore prescribed by law for such officers, provided that the probate judge's salary shall have an annual raise of $500.00 for the next four years up to a limit of $25,000 annually."

Section 2. This Act shall become effective immediately upon its passage and approval by the Governor, or upon its otherwise becoming a law.

Approved August 18, 1976.
Time: 6:30 P.M.

Act No. 461

H. 683—Hill, Greer

AN ACT Relating to all counties having a population of not less than 65,500 nor more than 75,200 inhabitants according to the most recent federal decennial census; setting the salary of the clerk of the jury commission in such counties, retroactive to March 1, 1975, payable out of the funds of the county treasury. Be It Enacted by the Legislature of Alabama:

Section 1. This act shall apply only to counties having a population of not less than 65,500 nor more than 75,200 inhabitants according to the most recent federal decennial census.

Section 2. The clerk of the jury commission in such counties shall receive the sum of twenty dollars ($20.00) per day for the time actually engaged in the discharge of the official duties as clerk, to be paid out of the county treasury upon warrant of the probate judge of the county. Such warrants shall be issued by such probate judge upon evidence satisfactory to him that such service has been rendered. The total compensation for the clerk of the jury commission shall not exceed twelve hundred dollars ($1200) for any one year of his term.

Section 3. The provisions of this act are severable. If any part of the act is declared invalid or unconstitutional, such declaration shall not affect the part which remains.

Section 4. All laws or parts of laws which conflict with this act are hereby repealed.

Section 5. This act is retroactive to March 1, 1975.
Approved August 18, 1976.
Time: 6:30 P.M.

Act No. 462

H. 706—Owens

AN ACT To further amend Section 257, Title 13, Code of Alabama 1940, as amended, which fixes the compensation of the deputy district attorney of certain counties. Be It Enacted by the Legislature of Alabama:

Section 1. Section 257 of Title 13, Code of Alabama 1940, as amended, is amended further to read as follows:

"Section 257. Unless otherwise provided by a local law, the deputy district attorney of the county shall be paid by the county an annual salary of twelve hundred dollars ($1,200.00), on the warrant of the probate judge, which salary shall be in lieu of all fees or compensation heretofore allowed by law to such deputy district attorney; provided, that in each county where a circuit or county court is held at more than one place

in the county, the deputy district attorney shall receive an annual salary of fifteen hundred dollars ($1,500.00) that in Macon, Marengo, Elmore, Coffee, Covington, Chambers, DeKalb, Colbert, Dallas, and Morgan Counties, the deputy district attorney shall be paid by the county an annual salary of eighteen hundred dollars ($1,800.00), in Geneva, Etowah, Tuscaloosa, and Winston Counties the deputy district attorney shall be paid by the county an annual salary of three thousand dollars ($3,000.00), and in Bibb and Barbour Counties the deputy district attorney shall be paid by the county an annual salary of six thousand dollars ($6,000.00) per year."

Section 2. This act shall become effective immediately upon its passage and approval by the Governor, or upon its otherwise becoming a law.

Approved August 18, 1976.
Time: 6:30 P.M.

Act No. 463

H. 707-Smith (M), Higginbotham, Turnham

AN ACT

Relating to Chambers County; providing for service of jury summonses, witness subpoenas, notice of appointment of election officials and notice of tax liens by mail. Be It Enacted by the Legislature of Alabama:

Section 1. In Chambers County the sheriff may execute orders to summons jurors, subpoena witnesses, give notice of appointment of election official, or give notice of tax liens by registered mail, or he may execute such orders or give such notice as otherwise prescribed by law. It shall be the duty of the sheriff of the county to enclose the summons, supoena or official notice of tax lien or of appointment as an election official in an envelope addressed to the person to be served and place all necessary postage and a return address thereon with notice to the postal authorities not to forward outside the county. In the event said jury summons, subpoena or official notice is returned to the sheriff by the Post Office Department of the United States without delivery the summons, subpoena or official notice shall be by the sheriff returned NOT FOUND. All jury summonses, subpoenas, or official notices not returned to the sheriff by said Post Office Department shall be considered for all purposes as sufficient personal and legal service. The provisions of this section in reference to service by mail shall not apply, however, to jury summonses, subpoenas or official notices returnable before the court instanter; such summonses, subpoenas or official notices shall be served only as otherwise provided for by law, notwithstanding this act.

Section 2. The provisions of this act are severable. If any part of the act is declared invalid or unconstitutional, such declaration shall not affect the part which remains.

Section 3. All laws or parts of laws which conflict with this act are hereby repealed.

Section 4. This act shall become effective immediately upon its passage and approval by the Governor, or upon its otherwise becoming a law.

Approved August 18, 1976.
Time: 6:30 P.M.

Act No. 464

H. 786—Kinsey

AN ACT

To alter or rearrange the boundary lines of the Town of Gulf Shores, Baldwin County, Alabama, so as to include within the corporate limits of said town all territory now within such corporate limits and also certain other territory contiguous thereto, in Baldwin County, Alabama. Be It Enacted by the Legislature of Alabama:

Section 1. That the boundary lines of the Town of Gulf Shores, Baldwin County, Alabama, be, and the same are hereby altered or rearranged so as to include all of the territory heretofore encompassed by the corporate limits of the Town of Gulf Shores, and, in addition thereto the following described territory, to-wit:

Parcel 1: Commence at the Southeast corner of Section 5, Township 9 South, Range 4 East, Baldwin County, Alabama, for the point of beginning, and which point is also located on the West right-of-way line of public right-of-way identified on a Plat of GULF SHORES ACRE TRACTS Subdivision (recorded in Map Book 4, Pages 12 & 13, Baldwin County Probate records) as “Highway Alabama #3); run thence northwardly) along and with said West right-of-way line (and also along the East lines of Lots 1 through 29 of said Gulf Shores Acre Tracts Subdivision) to the Northeast corner of Lot 29 of Gulf Shores Acre Tracts Subdivision; turn thence to the left and run Westwardly, along and with the North line of said Lot 29 a distance of 300 feet to the Northwest corner of said Lot 29, continue thence westwardly along an extension of said North line a distance of 60 feet to a point on the West right-of-way line of

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