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Section 4. In the event the county governing body cannot employ a legal secretary for the circuit judge from the CETA program, such governing body shall be responsible for employing a legal secretary to the circuit judge until the jurisdiction of such employment lies with the state and the state provides such employee, provided however; that any such legal secretary employed under the CETA program for the circuit judge shall be paid the salary as set forth in Section 2 of this bill.

Section 5. The legal secretary employed under the provisions of this act, whether employed under the CETA program or otherwise, shall be qualified and shall be recommended for employment by the circuit judge residing in the county and by the circuit judge for which said employee will act and work as legal secretary. The county governing body will employ the legal secretary as recommended by the circuit judge for whom said legal secretary will work.

Section 6. Immediately upon the request of the circuit judge, for office furniture and equipment including legal typewriters and dictating equipment, and such other equipment as may be necessary for the operation of the office of the circuit judge, the county governing body shall provide such requested furniture and equipment paying for said furniture and equip ment from the county treasury.

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

Section 8. All laws or parts of laws which conflict with this act are hereby repealed.

Section 9. 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. 480

H. 1189_Folmar

AN ACT Relating to any county having a population of not less than 24,900 nor more than 25,150 inhabitants according to the 1970 or any subsequent federal census; to provide for a secretary to the circuit judge in any such county to be paid from the county treasury; and to prescribe the time during which this act shall be operative.

Be It Enacted by the Legislature of Alabama:

Section 1. The provisions of this act shall apply to all counties having populations of not less than 24,900 nor more than 25,150 inhabitants according to the 1970 or any subsequent federal decennial census.

Section 2. A secretary for the circuit judge residing in any such county shall, upon the request of the judge, be employed and shall receive a salary in the amount of $8,000.00 per annum, payable in equal monthly installments out of the county treasury.

Section 3. The provisions of this act shall become effective upon its passage and approval by the Governor, or its otherwise becoming a law, and shall cease to be operative on January 16, 1977.

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

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Act No. 481 H. 1193—Turnham, Whatley, Higginbotham

AN ACT To regulate the registration and identification of certain trailers in all counties having a population of not less than 60,000 nor more than 65,000 inhabitants according to the 1970 or any subsequent federal decennial census and prescribe penalty for violations. Be It Enacted by the Legislature of Alabama:

Section 1. The provisions of this act shall be applicable in all counties having a population of not less than 60,000 nor more than 65,000 inhabitants according to the 1970 or any subsequent federal decennial census.

Section 2. Every person, firm, or corporation who owns, maintains, or keeps in such counties on or after October 1, 1976, a house trailer, except a house trailer which constitutes a part of his stock as a dealer and except a house trailer which has been assessed for ad valorem taxation as a part of the realty, shall pay an annual registration fee of three dollars ($3.00); and upon payment thereof such owner shall be furnished either an identification plate if such trailer is used primarily for over-the-road travel or a decal if such trailer is used primarily for off-the-road purposes which shall be designed by the state department of revenue and displayed on the trailer for which the registration fee was paid on or near the front entrance in such manner that it shall be readily ac

cessible to the view of the license inspector. Such fee shall be paid to the judge of probate in such counties and shall be due, payable, and delinquent at the same times that motor vehicle licenses are due, payable, and delinquent. After payment of administrative expenses, including designer's fees, said judge shall distribute the proceeds of such registration fees at the same time and in the same proportions and under the same pains and penalties as the proceeds of motor vehicle license fees are distributed and said judge shall be entitled to the same commissions or allowances for so collecting and disbursing these registration fees as he receives for handling funds derived from issuing motor vehicle license tags in such counties.

Section 2. The owner of any house trailer who fails to pay the registration fee hereby provided for or who fails to display the identification plate or decal on such trailer, as required in Section 1 of this act, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction shall be fined not less than one hundred dollars ($100) nor more than five hundred dollars ($500).

Section 3. The judge of probate in such counties and the state department of revenue are hereby empowered to promulgate and carry out all rules and regulations necessary to implement the provisions of this act.

Section 4. 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 5. All laws or parts of laws which conflict with this act are hereby repealed.

Section 6. 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. 482

H. 1200-Smith (C)

AN ACT

Relating to Chilton County; to provide that the county engineer need not be a resident of Chilton County. Be It Enacted by the Legislature of Alabama:

Section 1. Any provision of law or any rule or regulation to the contrary notwithstanding, the county engineer of Chilton County need not be a resident of the county.

Section 2. All laws or parts of laws which conflict with this act are hereby repealed.

Section 3. 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. 483

H. 1206-Smith (J)

AN ACT To provide further for the costs and charges in criminal cases; and to provide for a juvenile probation fund to finance a juvenile probation office in all counties having populations of not less than 21,000 nor more than 22,000 inhabitants according to the 1970 or any subsequent federal decennial census. Be It Enacted by the Legislature of Alabama:

Section 1. The provisions of this act shall apply to all counties having populations of not less than 21,000 nor more than 22,000 inhabitants according to the 1970 or any subsequent federal decennial census.

Section 2. In addition to all other costs and charges in criminal cases in any court of all counties to which this act applies, a fee of $3.00 shall be charged and collected by the clerk of any such court. The monies derived from the charges hereinabove prescribed shall be remitted to a juvenile probation fund in the county treasury to be used to finance a juvenile probation office. The county governing body is hereby authorized to make expenditures from said fund to carry out the provisions and purposes of this act.

Section 3. 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. 484

H. 1228-Kinsey

AN ACT To de-annex a certain piece of land from within the corporate limits of Gulf Shores, Baldwin County, Alabama.

Be It Enacted by the Legislature of Alabama:

Section 1. The following described property, or any portion thereof, which is now within the corporate limits of the Town of Gulf Shores, Baldwin County, Alabama, is hereby deannexed and declared to be outside of the corporate limits of said town, viz:

Beginning at the point where the north line of Section 9, Township 9 South, Range 4 East, intersects the east line of Alabama Highway No. 3, which east line is 65 feet from the center line of said highway, running thence east along the north line of said Section 9, 1570 feet; running thence south on a line parallel with the east line of Alabama Highway No. 3, to the center line of the intercoastal Canal; running thence westwardly along said center line 1320 feet; running thence north on a line parallel with the east line of Alabama Highway No. 3, to a point 310 feet south of the north line of Section 9; running thence west on a line parallel with said north line of Section 9 to the east line of Alabama Highway No. 3; running thence north along said east line 310 feet to the point of beginning.

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. 485

H. 1233—Quarles

AN ACT

To authorize and provide for a referendum in certain counties classified on a population basis to determine the sentiment of the voters relative to whether the chairman of the county commission shall be elected or the judge of probate shall be ex officio a member and the chairman of the commission; and to provide for filling the chairmanship of the governing body in the manner favored by the voters of the county at such referendum. Be It Enacted by the Legislature of Alabama:

Section 1. This act shall apply in all counties in this state having populations of not less than 27,900 nor more than 33,500 according to the 1970 or any subsequent federal decennial census in which the judge of probate is not ex officio a member and chairman of the county commission.

Section 2. The governing body of each county in which

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