Relating to military affairs and civil defense; to add Section 31-1-9 to the Code of Alabama 1975, to create the Troy Act; to provide that references in the code to the United States Uniformed Services include the Public Health Service Commissioned Corps and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Commissioned Officer Corps; and to direct the Code Commissioner to make these changes as appropriate in the Code of Alabama 1975.
Relating to the employment of notaries public; to amend Sections 36-20-70, 36-20-71, 36-20-72, 36-20-73.1, 36-20-74, and 36-20-75, Code of Alabama 1975; to provide further for the appointment and service of notaries public; to increase the fee collected by the judge of probate for the commission of a notary; to expand the grounds under which a judge of probate may accept or deny an application for a notary commission; to require an applicant for a notary commission to complete a training program; to increase the bond required of a notary public; to provide further for the acknowledgment of signatures; to increase the fee collected for notarial acts performed; to specify the acts of a notary or other individual that constitute a crime; and in connection therewith would have as its purpose or effect the requirement of a new or increased expenditure of local funds within the meaning of Section 111.05 of the Constitution of Alabama of 2022.
Relating to boards of registrars; to amend Section 17-3-8, Code of Alabama 1975, as last amended by Act 2022-112 of the 2022 Regular Session, to increase the maximum number of working days the Lawrence County Board of Registrars may meet each fiscal year.
Relating to Jefferson County; to amend Section 45-37-91.04 of the Code of Alabama 1975, providing for the board of directors of the Greater Birmingham Convention and Visitor's Bureau, to provide for the appointment of an additional member of the board of directors.
|2024 Regular Session||35|
|2023 Regular Session||1263|
|First Special Session 2022||15|
|2022 Regular Session||1176|
|First Special Session 2021||37|
|2021 Regular Session||1368|
|2020 Regular Session||997|
|First Special Session 2019||23|
|2019 Regular Session||1382|
|2018 Regular Session||1449|
|2017 Regular Session||1546|
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