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Section 22-1-1 "State Health Department" defined.
Section 22-1-2 Conflicts between municipal and general health laws.
Section 22-1-3 Control of public health work under county and state boards of health.
Section 22-1-4 Appointment of subordinate officers and employees; control of expenditures.
Section 22-1-5 Salaries of public health dentists.
Section 22-1-6 Public dispensaries treating communicable diseases.
Section 22-1-7 Procedure when county health officer, etc., resisted.
Section 22-1-8 Penalty for violation of health or quarantine law.
Section 22-1-9 Certain county and local laws unaffected by title.
Section 22-1-11 Making false statement or representation of material fact in claim or application for payments on medical benefits from Medicaid Agency generally; kickbacks, bribes, etc.; exceptions;
Section 22-1-12 Cardiac arrest survival.
Section 22-1-13 Breastfeeding children in public or private locations.
Section 22-2-1 State Board of Health - How constituted.
Section 22-2-2 State Board of Health - Authority and jurisdiction.
Section 22-2-3 State Board of Health - Annual report to Governor.
Section 22-2-4 State Committee of Public Health - How constituted.
Section 22-2-5 State Committee of Public Health - Prerogatives, powers and duties.
Section 22-2-6 When state committee to act for state board; meetings of state committee.
Section 22-2-7 Annual report to Legislature by state committee; requests by same for information.
Section 22-2-8 State Health Officer.
Section 22-2-9 Council on Dental Health, Council on Animal and Environmental Health, Council on Prevention of Disease and Medical Care and Council on Health Costs, Administration and Organization - Cr
Section 22-2-10 Council on Dental Health, Council on Animal and Environmental Health, Council on Prevention of Disease and Medical Care and Council on Health Costs, Administration and Organization - C
Section 22-2-11 Compensation of State Health Department personnel.
Section 22-2-12 How salaries, costs, and expenses to be paid.
Section 22-2-13 Recovery of expenses by health officer, sheriff, or bond constable.
Section 22-2-14 Penalty for violation of State Board of Health rules or regulations.
Section 22-2A-1 Legislative findings.
Section 22-2A-2 Definitions.
Section 22-2A-3 Program and procedures; exceptions; competitive bidding.
Section 22-2A-4 Applicability of chapter.
Section 22-2A-5 Access to medications by certain clients.
Section 22-2A-6 Medicaid Agency exempt.
Section 22-2A-7 Disposition of funds.
Section 22-3-1 County boards of health - How constituted.
Section 22-3-2 County boards of health - Duties generally.
Section 22-3-3 County boards of health - Authority to receive, hold, etc., money, real estate, etc.
Section 22-3-4 County health officers - Powers.
Section 22-3-5 County health officers - Duties generally.
Section 22-3-6 County health officers - Salary.
Section 22-3-7 County health officers - Bond.
Section 22-3-8 County quarantine officers.
Section 22-3-9 Appointment of sanitary officers.
Section 22-3-10 Tax to establish and maintain county health officer and health department.
Section 22-3-11 Appropriations by municipalities for public health work.
Section 22-3-12 Payment of health department claims, etc., out of county or municipal budgets.
Section 22-3A-1 Legislative findings and declarations.
Section 22-3A-3 Creation of corporation; members.
Section 22-3A-2 Definitions.
Section 22-3A-4 Application.
Section 22-3A-5 Certificate of incorporation.
Section 22-3A-6 Members; officers; terms; records; meetings; appointment of Governor's designee.
Section 22-3A-7 Powers of authority.
Section 22-3A-8 Issuance of bonds.
Section 22-3A-9 Form of bonds; redemption option.
Section 22-3A-10 Authentication of bonds.
Section 22-3A-11 Sale of bonds.
Section 22-3A-12 Nature of bonds.
Section 22-3A-13 Tax exemption; use of bonds as security; investment in bonds.
Section 22-3A-14 Refunding bonds.
Section 22-3A-15 Disposition of proceeds of bonds; Public Health Facilities Building Fund; powers of authority; improvement and construction defined; supervision; bidding.
Section 22-3A-16 Appropriation made; Debt Service Reserve Fund established.
Section 22-3A-17 Obligations, etc., as obligations of authority and not state.
Section 22-3A-18 Investment of proceeds from bond sale; when authorized; application of income.
Section 22-3A-19 Certain public health facilities as primary obligation of authority; reimbursement to counties; refinancing or refunding of obligations.
Section 22-3A-20 Authority as nonprofit corporation.
Section 22-3A-21 Dissolution of authority.
Section 22-3A-22 Payment by State Treasurer authorized; records.
Section 22-3A-23 Approval of allocations other than those in Section 22-3A- 19(a) to be unanimous.
Section 22-3A-24 Payments and investment agreements to ensure federal tax exemption.
Section 22-4-1 Short title.
Section 22-4-2 Definitions.
Section 22-4-3 State Board of Health designated as State Health Planning and Development Agency; powers and duties generally.
Section 22-4-4 Establishment of internal divisions or bureaus and professional staff by State Board of Health.
Section 22-4-6 Appropriations to State Board of Health.
Section 22-4-5 Adoption, revision, etc., of rules, regulations, standards, etc., by State Board of Health; appeals therefrom; State Board of Health not to discriminate among branches of healing arts i
Section 22-4-7 Statewide Health Coordinating Council - Establishment; composition; qualifications, appointment and terms of office of members; officers; meetings; vacancies; appointment of consultants
Section 22-4-8 Statewide Health Coordinating Council - Functions.
Section 22-4-9 Health systems agencies.
Section 22-4-10 Cooperation of officers, agencies, etc., of state, etc., with State Board of Health and Statewide Health Coordinating Council.
Section 22-4-11 Preparation, adoption, etc., of preliminary state health plan generally; provision in plan for visual care.
Section 22-4-12 Designation of State Board of Health as state agency for receipt, administration, etc., of funds for preparation, administration, etc., of State Health Plan.
Section 22-4-13 Preparation, review, and revision of State Medical Facilities Plan.
Section 22-4-14 Construction, operation, etc., of public hospitals, health centers, etc., by State Board of Health; power of State Board of Health to cooperate and enter into contracts with federal go
Section 22-4-15 Designation of State Board of Health as state agency for receipt and administration of funds, gifts, etc., for construction, maintenance, etc., of public health care facilities; power
Section 22-4-16 Acquisition, purchase, sale, etc., by State Board of Health of land, buildings, etc., for carrying out health care facility construction and operation program.
Section 22-4-17 Construction and implementation of provisions of chapter.
Section 22-4A-1 Legislative findings and declarations.
Section 22-4A-2 Family Practice Rural Health Board created; members; chairman and officers; per diem and mileage.
Section 22-4A-3 Determination and prioritization of medically underserved areas.
Section 22-4A-4 Accreditation of residency program prerequisite to allocation of funds.
Section 22-4A-5 Allocation and distribution of funds; purposes.
Section 22-4A-6 Identification of unmet needs and resources; annual report.
Section 22-4A-7 No authority over other programs.
Section 22-4B-1 Definitions.
Section 22-4B-2 Legislative intent.
Section 22-4B-3 Loans for nursing degree - Eligibility - Contract - Cancellation of loan - Recovery of unpaid balance.
Section 22-4B-4 Maximum loan amount - Repayment by working for department or Federally-funded Community Health Center - Balance due and payable upon demand for failure to remain employed or for withdr
Section 22-4B-5 Loans and salaries to department employees authorized.
Section 22-4B-6 Paid educational leave - Duties in the health department - Attendance reports.
Section 22-4B-7 Disbursal of loan funds - Educational institution reimbursed.
Section 22-5-1 "Physical fitness" defined.
Section 22-5-2 Creation and purpose of commission.
Section 22-5-3 Composition; compensation.
Section 22-5-4 Meetings; rules and regulations.
Section 22-5-5 Duties of commission.
Section 22-5-6 Executive director; application of Merit System to commission employees.
Section 22-5-7 Personnel.
Section 22-5-8 Annual report.
Section 22-5-9 Acceptance of gifts or grants.
Section 22-5A-1 Short title.
Section 22-5A-2 Definitions.
Section 22-5A-3 Duties of State Ombudsman and department.
Section 22-5A-4 Selection of community ombudsmen; training; certification; duties; area plan to describe program; notification of department as to prospective ombudsmen; advisory committee on program.
Section 22-5A-5 Procedures for receiving complaints; informing recipients of ombudsman program.
Section 22-5A-6 Procedures for resolving complaints.
Section 22-5A-7 Limited immunity of person or agency making report, etc.
Section 22-6-1 Appropriations.
Section 22-6-2 Payment of contract adjustments.
Section 22-6-3 Disposition of fund balances.
Section 22-6-4 Copayments by persons receiving medical services from physicians under program.
Section 22-6-4.1 Copayments by persons receiving medical services from physicians or other medical practitioners under program.
Section 22-6-4.2 Copayments for prescription drugs.
Section 22-6-5.1 Collection of patient's income by tax collector; payment to Medicaid Agency; exceptions; rules and regulations.
Section 22-6-6 Subrogation of state to rights of recipients of medical assistance under program against persons, etc., causing injury, etc., thereto; manner of enforcement of rights of state; effect o
Section 22-6-6.1 Assignment to state of recipients' rights to payments for medical care; authorization to release needed information.
Section 22-6-7 Medicaid Agency authorized to contract with fiscal intermediaries for purpose of receiving, processing, and paying claims.
Section 22-6-7.1 Procurement of prescription eyewear.
Section 22-6-8 Revocation of eligibility of recipient upon determination of abuse, fraud, or misuse of benefits; when eligibility may be restored; award of restricted status to pregnant recipient whos
Section 22-6-9 Medicaid identification card; issuance and use; confidentiality of recipient.
Section 22-6-10 Women's right to health care.
Section 22-6-11 Breast and cervical cancer prevention and treatment.
Section 22-6-20 Legislative intent.
Section 22-6-21 Short title.
Section 22-6-22 Reference to federal law.
Section 22-6-23 "Facility" defined.
Section 22-6-24 Responsible agency; deposit of funds; appropriation.
Section 22-6-25 Enforcement remedies; adoption of criteria.
Section 22-6-26 Health department functions and responsibilities.
Section 22-6-27 Resident Protection Trust Fund; appropriation; use.
Section 22-6-30 Fund established; purpose.
Section 22-6-31 Moneys in fund appropriated to Alabama Medicaid Agency.
Section 22-6-32 Unobligated balance not to revert to General Fund but to be carried forward.
Section 22-6-40 Medicaid Agency authorized to increase financing and adjust insurance premiums for family practitioners, pediatricians and obstetricians.
Section 22-6-41 Availability of increased financing.
Section 22-6-42 Administration of financing program; establishment of rules and criteria for alleviating rural problems and reducing high infant mortality rates.
Section 22-6-70 Created.
Section 22-6-71 Board of directors.
Section 22-6-72 Duties of State Treasurer; disposition of funds.
Section 22-6-73 Powers of board.
Section 22-6-90 Short title.
Section 22-6-91 Definitions.
Section 22-6-92 Use of funds; annual certification.
Section 22-6-93 Transfer of funds - Generally.
Section 22-6-94 Transfer of funds - Use by Medicaid Agency.
Section 22-6-95 Transfer of funds - Annual certification.
Section 22-6-96 Transfer of funds - Return of uncertified funds.
Section 22-6-97 Transfer of funds - Return of noncomplying funds.
Section 22-6-98 Rules and regulations.
Section 22-6-120 Legislative findings.
Section 22-6-121 Medicaid Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee - Composition; meetings.
Section 22-6-122 Medicaid Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee - Classification and recommendation of drugs; assurance of quality patient care; review of pharmaceutical products.
Section 22-6-123 Considerations for inclusions on preferred drug list; review; adoption of list.
Section 22-6-124 Confidentiality of information.
Section 22-7-1 Authority to charge and collect fees or charges.
Section 22-7-2 Schedule of fees; what fees to include.
Section 22-7-3 Waiver of payment.
Section 22-7-4 Payment of collected fees into Home Health Service Fund.
Section 22-7-5 Appropriation, allocation and expenditure of receipts.
Section 22-7-6 Rules and regulations.
Section 22-8-1 Persons physically or mentally unable to consent.
Section 22-8-2 When consent of missing husband or wife not required.
Section 22-8-3 When physician may proceed without consent of parent.
Section 22-8-4 When minor may give consent generally.
Section 22-8-5 Consent of minor for self and child.
Section 22-8-6 Consent of any minor as to pregnancy, venereal disease, drug dependency, alcohol toxicity and reportable diseases.
Section 22-8-7 Effect of minor's consent; liability of physicians, etc.; waiver of rights or causes of action.
Section 22-8-8 Consents authorized deemed cumulative.
Section 22-8-9 Consent of minor to donation of bone marrow; consent by parent or legal guardian.
Section 22-8A-1 Short title.
Section 22-8A-2 Legislative intent.
Section 22-8A-3 Definitions.
Section 22-8A-4 Advance Directive for Health Care; living will and health care proxy.
Section 22-8A-5 Revocation of advance directive for health care.
Section 22-8A-6 Proxy to comply with instructions, intent of patient.
Section 22-8A-7 Competency of declarant; liability of participating physician, facility, etc.
Section 22-8A-8 Refusal of health care provider to comply; penalties.
Section 22-8A-9 Withholding or withdrawal of treatment, etc., not suicide; execution of advance directive not to affect sale, etc., of life or health insurance nor be condition for receipt of treatmen
Section 22-8A-10 Provisions of chapter not an approval of mercy killing, etc.
Section 22-8A-11 Surrogate; requirements; attending physician consulted, intent of patient followed; persons who may serve as surrogate; priority; validity of decisions; liability; form; declaratory a
Section 22-8A-12 Validity of advance health care directive executed in another state.
Section 22-8A-13 Effect of prior declarations.
Section 22-8A-14 Filing and recording of living will; fee; inspection; duty of declarant to provide copy to health care providers.
Section 22-9A-1 Definitions.
Section 22-9A-2 Office of Vital Statistics and statewide system of vital statistics.
Section 22-9A-3 Appointment of State Registrar of Vital Statistics; duties of State Registrar.
Section 22-9A-4 Registration districts.
Section 22-9A-5 Local registrars and deputy registrars of vital statistics.
Section 22-9A-6 Content of certificates and reports.
Section 22-9A-7 Registration of births.
Section 22-9A-8 Registration of infants of unknown parentage.
Section 22-9A-9 Delayed registration of birth.
Section 22-9A-10 Judicial procedure to establish facts of birth.
Section 22-9A-11 Court reports of adoption.
Section 22-9A-12 New birth certificate upon adoption, legitimation, or paternity determination; availability of original certificate; contact preference form.
Section 22-9A-13 Reports of fetal death; reports of induced termination of pregnancy.
Section 22-9A-14 Death registration.
Section 22-9A-15 Delayed registration of death.
Section 22-9A-16 Authorization for final disposition.
Section 22-9A-17 Marriage registration.
Section 22-9A-18 Divorce registration.
Section 22-9A-19 Amendment of vital records.
Section 22-9A-20 Reproduction of vital records.
Section 22-9A-21 Disclosure of information from vital records.
Section 22-9A-22 Copies or data from the system of vital statistics.
Section 22-9A-23 Fees.
Section 22-9A-24 Persons required to keep records and to furnish information.
Section 22-9A-25 Enforcement.
Section 22-9A-26 Penalty for violation of chapter or rules of the State Board of Health.
Section 22-9A-27 Continuation of rules and forms.
Section 22-9A-28 Applicability.
Section 22-10-1 Enumeration of conditions, etc., constituting public nuisances menacing public health.
Section 22-10-2 How and by whom nuisances to be abated.
Section 22-10-3 Summary destruction of property without compensation.
Section 22-10A-1 Declaration of policy.
Section 22-10A-2 Diagnostic facilities, genetic counseling and prenatal testing for genetic disorders at University of Alabama in Birmingham and University of South Alabama.
Section 22-10A-3 Participation by individuals voluntary.
Section 22-10B-1 Establishment.
Section 22-10B-2 Membership; confirmation by Senate; chair and vice chair; reimbursement for expenditures.
Section 22-10B-3 Duties.
Section 22-10B-4 Approval and funding to provide services; budget.
Section 22-10B-5 Sickle cell services.
Section 22-10B-6 Status as enumerated agency under Section 41-20-3(a)(6).
Section 22-10B-7 Exemption of Alabama Department of Public Health.
Section 22-11A-1 State Board of Health to designate notifiable diseases and health conditions.
Section 22-11A-2 Persons responsible to report diseases; contents of report; confidential information; person making report immune from liability.
Section 22-11A-3 Action of health officer upon being notified of diseases; quarantine.
Section 22-11A-4 Physician, hospital, etc., records available to Health Officer.
Section 22-11A-5 When State Board of Health to take charge of investigation.
Section 22-11A-6 Penalty for failure to make report.
Section 22-11A-7 Persons having notifiable disease to obey directions of health officials.
Section 22-11A-8 Health officer to investigate complaints of diseases; afflicted persons to be moved to suitable place; expenses of removal.
Section 22-11A-9 Tuberculosis cases to be reported; contents of report; reports confidential.
Section 22-11A-10 State Board of Health to investigate reported cases of tuberculosis; voluntary treatment; probate court may order compulsory treatment and quarantine; cost of treatment; exercise of
Section 22-11A-11 Contract hospitals to admit indigent patients with chronic lung diseases; costs.
Section 22-11A-12 Statewide outpatient clinics; State Board of Health to contract for regional tuberculosis hospitals; expenditures.
Section 22-11A-13 Sexually transmitted diseases.
Section 22-11A-14 Cases of sexually transmitted diseases to be reported; contents of report; reports confidential; penalty for violation; measures for protection of others.
Section 22-11A-16 Serologic or other biologic sample required to be taken of pregnant women and of newborns.
Section 22-11A-17 Testing of correctional facility inmates for sexually transmitted diseases; treatment; discharge of infectious inmates; victim may request results of HIV testing.
Section 22-11A-18 Isolation of person believed to have sexually transmitted disease; such person required to report for treatment; costs; compulsory treatment and quarantine.
Section 22-11A-19 Minor 12 years or older may consent to medical treatment for sexually transmitted disease; medical care provider may inform parent or guardian.
Section 22-11A-20 Physicians to instruct persons on prevention and cure of sexually transmitted diseases.
Section 22-11A-21 Penalties for treating or preparing medicine without a license; penalty for person afflicted with sexually transmitted disease to transmit such disease to another person.
Section 22-11A-22 Medical records of persons infected with sexually transmitted diseases confidential; penalty for release.
Section 22-11A-23 Any person believed exposed to diseases to be tested; any person believed afflicted shall seek and accept treatment.
Section 22-11A-24 Commitment to Department of Public Health for compulsory treatment when person exposed or afflicted and refuses treatment.
Section 22-11A-25 Commitment petition - Contents.
Section 22-11A-26 Commitment petition - Probate judge may take sworn testimony of petitioner; petition without merit to be dismissed.
Section 22-11A-27 Commitment petition - Notice of petition to be served; contents.
Section 22-11A-28 Commitment petition - Limitations placed upon liberty of person; probate judge determination; standard for imposing limitations; probable cause hearing; temporary treatment before fi
Section 22-11A-29 Commitment petition - Appointment of guardian ad litem and attorney.
Section 22-11A-30 Commitment petition - Order for person to appear for hearing and be examined by physician.
Section 22-11A-31 Commitment petition - Rules to apply at hearings.
Section 22-11A-32 Commitment petition - Findings; rehearing; confinement when no treatment available.
Section 22-11A-33 Probate court retains jurisdiction over person committed.
Section 22-11A-34 Law enforcement officers to convey person to custody of Department of Public Health; public health facilities to report on progress of persons committed.
Section 22-11A-35 Attorney and expert fees.
Section 22-11A-36 Appeal of commitment order; notice of appeal; limitations to be placed upon liberty of person pending appeal.
Section 22-11A-37 Testing and treatment of inmate of correctional facility.
Section 22-11A-38 Notification of third parties of disease; rules; who may be notified; liability; confidentiality; disclosure of information for certain criminal proceedings; penalty.
Section 22-11A-39 Notification of pre-hospital agencies who assisted in delivering person with infectious disease to hospital.
Section 22-11A-40 Laboratory tests for AIDS and other diseases; fees; personnel.
Section 22-11A-41 Approval of testing or diagnostic kits.
Section 22-11A-50 Definitions.
Section 22-11A-51 Informed consent required for HIV testing.
Section 22-11A-52 Informed consent implied under certain circumstances.
Section 22-11A-53 Notification of positive test result; counseling; referral to appropriate health care services; explanation of individual responsibility.
Section 22-11A-54 Confidentiality.
Section 22-11A-60 Definitions.
Section 22-11A-61 Reporting of infected worker to State Health Officer.
Section 22-11A-62 Performing invasive procedures.
Section 22-11A-63 Investigation by State Health Officer.
Section 22-11A-64 Appeal process.
Section 22-11A-65 Monitoring of practice of infected health care worker.
Section 22-11A-66 Violations.
Section 22-11A-67 Records and information necessary to assist investigation.
Section 22-11A-68 Immunity from liability for those involved in investigation.
Section 22-11A-69 Confidentiality standards; uses of information gained during investigation.
Section 22-11A-70 Promulgation of rules for administration.
Section 22-11A-71 Entitlement to costs.
Section 22-11A-72 Penalties.
Section 22-11A-73 Reporting requirements; knowledge of infection through application.
Section 22-11A-90 Organizations receiving funds.
Section 22-11A-91 Disbursement of funds.
Section 22-11A-92 Expenses for administration.
Section 22-11A-93 Tax exemption.
Section 22-11A-110 Short title.
Section 22-11A-111 Definitions.
Section 22-11A-112 Health care facility acquired infection data collection and dissemination.
Section 22-11A-113 Rules and regulations governing implementation.
Section 22-11A-114 Reporting categories.
Section 22-11A-115 Submission of first report.
Section 22-11A-116 Confidentiality of information.
Section 22-11A-117 Studies and publication.
Section 22-11A-118 Health Care Data Advisory Council.
Section 22-11A-119 Rules and regulations governing penalties.
Section 22-11A-120 Rules and regulations governing dissemination and costs.
Section 22-11A-121 Use of data.
Section 22-11A-122 Enforcement.
Section 22-11A-123 Priority of federal program.
Section 22-11A-124 Construction.
Section 22-11B-1 Health care providers upon request required to give immunization status of patients.
Section 22-11B-2 Immunization registry.
Section 22-11B-3 Medicaid recipients deemed to have given consent to information release with receipt of services.
Section 22-11B-4 Limited immunity of person or entity providing information.
Section 22-11C-1 Short title.
Section 22-11C-2 Legislative intent.
Section 22-11C-3 Definitions.
Section 22-11C-4 Alabama Statewide Head and Spinal Cord Injury Registry.
Section 22-11C-5 Reporting injuries; access to records.
Section 22-11C-6 Notice of available state assistance; referrals.
Section 22-11C-7 Confidentiality; disclosure of information.
Section 22-11C-8 Exchange of information with other registries.
Section 22-11C-9 Registry funding.
Section 22-11C-10 Advisory Panel on Head and Spinal Cord Injury.
Section 22-11C-11 Report of findings and recommendations.
Section 22-11C-12 Liability under chapter.
Section 22-11D-1 Legislative findings.
Section 22-11D-2 Definitions.
Section 22-11D-3 Establishment and operation of statewide trauma system.
Section 22-11D-4 Verification and certification of trauma center status.
Section 22-11D-5 Establishment of council; composition; meetings.
Section 22-11D-6 Statewide trauma registry.
Section 22-11D-7 Designation of trauma care regions; regional trauma advisory councils.
Section 22-11D-8 Rules and regulations.
Section 22-11D-9 Statewide Trauma System Fund.
Section 22-12-1 Enforcement of quarantine.
Section 22-12-2 State quarantine authority paramount.
Section 22-12-3 Exercise of rights and duties by public health committees and officers.
Section 22-12-4 Proclamation of quarantine by Governor.
Section 22-12-5 Amendment of regulations and changes of territory.
Section 22-12-6 Investigations; quarantine pending investigations.
Section 22-12-7 Refusal of investigation by authorities outside state.
Section 22-12-9 Duty of vessel master ordered to perform quarantine.
Section 22-12-10 Unauthorized removal of vessel from quarantine.
Section 22-12-11 Violation of regulations as to arriving vessels.
Section 22-12-12 Proclamation of quarantine in county, city, or town.
Section 22-12-13 Enforcement of local quarantine.
Section 22-12-14 Quarantine of infected portions of county - Establishment.
Section 22-12-15 Quarantine of infected portions of county - Enforcement.
Section 22-12-16 Expense of enforcing local quarantine.
Section 22-12-17 Report of local quarantine to state.
Section 22-12-18 Quarantine of person coming from infected place.
Section 22-12-19 Establishment of place of detention.
Section 22-12-20 Attempted escapes and escapes from detention.
Section 22-12-21 Supervision of public conveyances affected by quarantine; refusal of freight, etc.
Section 22-12-22 Transportation of person or thing in violation of quarantine.
Section 22-12-23 Free rides on public transports for quarantine officers.
Section 22-12-24 Passing of quarantine lines by state quarantine officers and guards.
Section 22-12-26 Arrests without warrants.
Section 22-12-29 Affidavits by persons desiring to enter or remain in certain places.
Section 22-12A-1 Short title.
Section 22-12A-2 Legislative intent; "perinatal" defined.
Section 22-12A-3 Plan to reduce infant mortality and handicapping conditions; procedure, contents, etc.
Section 22-12A-4 Bureau of Maternal and Child Health to develop priorities, guidelines, etc.
Section 22-12A-5 Bureau to present report to legislative committee; public health funds not to be used.
Section 22-12A-6 Use of funds generally.
Section 22-12B-1 Established; purpose.
Section 22-12B-2 Board established; composition; meetings; powers.
Section 22-12B-3 Sources of funding.
Section 22-12B-4 Unobligated fund balance shall automatically carry forward into succeeding fiscal year.
Section 22-12C-1 Definitions.
Section 22-12C-2 Adoption of rules; application of Alabama Administrative Procedure Act.
Section 22-12C-3 Procedures for investigations, sanctions, penalties and contract terminations.
Section 22-12C-4 Collection of erroneously paid moneys; collection costs recoverable.
Section 22-12C-5 Probation or civil monetary penalties for food vendors; mitigation or settlement of adverse action.
Section 22-12C-6 Designated account for monetary penalties or overcharges collected; expenditure of sums.
Section 22-12C-7 Fraud or abuse as a misdemeanor; fraud defined.
Section 22-12C-8 Appeal of adverse action; conflict with federal law.
Section 22-12C-9 Cumulation of penalties.
Section 22-12D-1 Office established; purposes.
Section 22-12D-2 Financial contributions.
Section 22-12D-3 Appointment of personnel.
Section 22-12D-4 Steering Committee on Women's Health.
Section 22-12D-5 Funding.
Section 22-13-1 Plan for care of indigents; designation of cancer units.
Section 22-13-3 Educational plan.
Section 22-13-4 Educational campaign.
Section 22-13-5 Annual program for early diagnosis of cancer.
Section 22-13-13 Payment of expenses.
Section 22-13-30 Short title.
Section 22-13-31 Registry established; reporting of confirmed cases.
Section 22-13-32 Monthly reports; further information to be provided upon request.
Section 22-13-33 Information to be confidential.
Section 22-13-34 State Health Officer authorized to enter into agreements to exchange confidential information with other cancer registries and to furnish confidential information to other states, can
Section 22-13-35 Liability under article.
Section 22-13A-1 Short title.
Section 22-13A-2 Legislative findings.
Section 22-13A-3 Purposes of chapter.
Section 22-13A-4 Establishment and promotion of program; duties of officer; strategies for raising public awareness and educating consumers and professionals.
Section 22-13A-5 Needs assessment; list of services and providers.
Section 22-13A-6 Interagency Council on Osteoporosis.
Section 22-13A-7 Advisory Panel on Osteoporosis.
Section 22-13A-8 Department authorized to replicate programs and enter into contracts with organizations with expertise.
Section 22-13A-9 State Health Officer authorized to accept grants, services, and property from entities; federal waivers.
Section 22-13A-10 Implementation of chapter only to extent funds made available.
Section 22-14-1 Definitions.
Section 22-14-2 Declaration of policy.
Section 22-14-3 Purpose of article.
Section 22-14-4 State Radiation Control Agency; director and powers and duties thereof.
Section 22-14-5 Radiation Advisory Board of Health.
Section 22-14-6 Licensing or registration of persons dealing with radioactive materials.
Section 22-14-7 Right of entry and inspection.
Section 22-14-8 Records and reports.
Section 22-14-9 Agreements with federal government; effect thereof on federal license.
Section 22-14-10 Cooperative agreements for inspections, etc.; training programs.
Section 22-14-11 Administrative action and judicial review.
Section 22-14-12 Orders enjoining or directing compliance.
Section 22-14-13 Impounding of ionizing radiation sources.
Section 22-14-14 Penalty for violation of article or rules, regulations or orders; notice of possible liability for civil penalty; civil action by Attorney General; considerations affecting amount of
Section 22-14-15 Effect of article on local ordinances.
Section 22-14-16 Non-consent of state to acquisition of land by federal government for disposal of nuclear waste.
Section 22-14-20 Adoption of rules requiring generators of low-level radioactive waste to implement best management practices as condition of access to disposal facilities.
Section 22-14-21 Certification to another state or facility of compliance by facility with rules adopted under §22-14-20.
Section 22-14-22 Certification of facilities licensed only by federal government; request for inspection; inspection fee; failure to pay fee.
Section 22-14-30 Inquiry into employee's criminal history by licensed nuclear facilities; "vital areas" defined.
Section 22-14-31 Fingerprints; search of criminal records by department; fees.
Section 22-14-32 Submission of fingerprint cards to F.B.I.
Section 22-14-33 Liability of department.
Section 22-14-34 Equivalent background investigations sufficient.
Section 22-14-35 Costs of implementing article.
Section 22-15A-1 Short title.
Section 22-15A-2 Legislative findings.
Section 22-15A-3 Definitions.
Section 22-15A-4 Prohibition against smoking in public places; exceptions.
Section 22-15A-5 Written smoking policies by employers; designation of nonsmoking areas.
Section 22-15A-6 Designation of smoking areas; requirements; nonsmoking policies.
Section 22-15A-7 Posting of "No Smoking" and "Smoking Area" signs; violations of chapter.
Section 22-15A-8 Enforcement of chapter; reporting violations.
Section 22-15A-9 Penalties.
Section 22-15A-10 Local laws, ordinances, or regulations.
Section 22-17-1 Definitions.
Section 22-17-2 Applicability of chapter.
Section 22-17-3 Duty of manager as to maintenance of shop and equipment.
Section 22-17-4 Water connections and waste disposal.
Section 22-17-5 Cleansing of hands.
Section 22-17-6 Headrests.
Section 22-17-7 Use of certain materials prohibited.
Section 22-17-8 Service by persons having skin or venereal disease.
Section 22-17-9 Service of persons having inflamed, etc., skin.
Section 22-17-10 Treatment of skin diseases or infections prohibited.
Section 22-17-11 Use of shop or parlor as dormitory.
Section 22-17A-1 Definitions.
Section 22-17A-2 Parental consent required for minors; intoxicated, etc., individuals.
Section 22-17A-3 Tattoo facility license.
Section 22-17A-4 Inspection of tattoo facility.
Section 22-17A-5 Renewal of license.
Section 22-17A-6 Requirements for operation of tattoo facility.
Section 22-17A-7 Powers and duties of department.
Section 22-17A-8 Penalties.
Section 22-18-1 Definitions.
Section 22-18-2 Exceptions to applicability of chapter.
Section 22-18-3 Rules and regulations as to training, licensing, etc., of ambulance drivers and emergency medical technicians and operation, licensing, etc., of vehicles.
Section 22-18-4 Fees of licenses; licensure of emergency medical technicians; ambulances and persons directing and driving ambulances to be licensed.
Section 22-18-5 Advisory board.
Section 22-18-6 Class A misdemeanor for certain acts; persons providing emergency medical care must be licensed or exempted from licensure; scope of privilege for levels of licensure; control of emerg
Section 22-18-7 Article cumulative; powers of municipalities.
Section 22-18-8 Reimbursement by new employer for training expenses.
Section 22-18-20 Commission created.
Section 22-18-21 Travel and per diem expenses.
Section 22-18-22 Times and places of meetings.
Section 22-18-23 Expenditure of appropriated funds; grants.
Section 22-18-40 State Emergency Medical Control Committee.
Section 22-18-41 Advanced life support techniques; procurement, carriage, and use of medical materiel; performance of services.
Section 22-18-42 Regulation of certain kinds of care and personnel; purchase of drugs and fluids.
Section 22-18-43 Board of Health shall follow Administrative Procedure Act.
Section 22-18-44 Applicability of chapter and rules of board to volunteer fire departments.
Section 22-19-1 Regulation of transportation of dead bodies.
Section 22-19-2 Body removed from state to be embalmed or cremated; exception.
Section 22-19-3 Burial or removal permits for dead bodies; certificates of birth or death.
Section 22-19-4 Ministers at funerals to ascertain if burial permit has been secured.
Section 22-19-5 Use of approved identification system.
Section 22-19-20 State of Alabama Anatomical Board - Composition; secretary.
Section 22-19-21 State of Alabama Anatomical Board - Powers; records.
Section 22-19-22 Notice of possession of bodies required to be buried at public expense; delivery to board; authorization to solicit dead bodies from counties.
Section 22-19-23 When bodies not to be delivered to board.
Section 22-19-24 Holding period; notice of death.
Section 22-19-25 Distribution of bodies to schools.
Section 22-19-26 Preservation of bodies for 60 days by schools pending claims therefor.
Section 22-19-27 Disposal of bodies after use by schools.
Section 22-19-28 Carriers for conveyance of bodies; receipts for bodies.
Section 22-19-29 Payment of expenses for delivery or distribution of bodies.
Section 22-19-30 Penalty for violation of article.
Section 22-19-40 Short title.
Section 22-19-41 Definitions.
Section 22-19-42 Who may donate all, or part of, body; rights of donees.
Section 22-19-43 Institutions or persons who may become donees; purposes for which anatomical gifts may be made.
Section 22-19-44 Modes of executing gift.
Section 22-19-45 Delivery or deposit of gift document.
Section 22-19-46 Amendment or revocation of gift.
Section 22-19-47 Powers, duties and liabilities upon death.
Section 22-19-50 Short title.
Section 22-19-51 Definitions.
Section 22-19-52 Making, amending, revoking, and refusing to make anatomical gifts by individual.
Section 22-19-53 Making, revoking, and objecting to anatomical gifts by others.
Section 22-19-54 Authorization by coroner; medical examiner; local public health official.
Section 22-19-55 Routine inquiry and required request; search and notification.
Section 22-19-56 Persons who may become donees; purposes for which anatomical gifts may be made.
Section 22-19-57 Delivery of document of gift.
Section 22-19-58 Rights and duties at death.
Section 22-19-59 Coordination of procurement and use.
Section 22-19-59.1 Sale or purchase of parts prohibited.
Section 22-19-59.2 Examination, autopsy, liability.
Section 22-19-59.3 Administrative rules.
Section 22-19-59.4 Legislative recognition.
Section 22-19-59.5 Transitional provisions.
Section 22-19-59.6 Uniformity of application and construction.
Section 22-19-59.7 Severability.
Section 22-19-60 Gift made by execution of affidavit to be filed with Department of Public Safety; notice of intent and specific gift to be noted on driver's license or nondriver identification ca
Section 22-19-61 Immunity from civil liability of officers and employees of Department of Public Safety.
Section 22-19-70 Inclusion of question regarding organ donation as part of driver's license or nondriver identification card application system; notation of affirmative response on license or card
Section 22-19-71 Distribution of informational brochure; promotion of organ and tissue donation by Director of Public Safety.
Section 22-19-72 Sticker or decal indicating desire to be organ donor.
Section 22-19-73 Statistical and demographic information on organ donor designations.
Section 22-19-74 Driver's license, nondriver identification card, etc., to accompany individual to hospital in event of accident or trauma; return of driver's license or nondriver identificati
Section 22-19-80 Authority of coroners, deputy coroners, State Toxicologist and law enforcement officers; purpose of taking samples.
Section 22-19-81 Persons who may be directed to withdraw samples.
Section 22-19-82 Exemption from civil and criminal liability.
Section 22-19-100 Training of eye bank employees in eye tissue procurement.
Section 22-19-101 Certification of qualifications, proficiency, etc.
Section 22-19-102 Establishment of standards, procedures, etc.
Section 22-19-103 Employees to comply with Alabama Uniform Anatomical Gift Act; no liability.
Section 22-19-104 Article cumulative.
Section 22-19-120 Legislative intent.
Section 22-19-121 Definitions.
Section 22-19-122 Promulgation of proficiency standards and quality assurance measures; certification to acquire and transport organs, etc.; updating of quality assurance standards.
Section 22-19-123 Adherence to quality assurance standards.
Section 22-19-124 Sanctions for violations of article.
Section 22-19-125 Immunity of persons complying with article and Alabama Uniform Anatomical Gift Act.
Section 22-19-126 Construction with other laws; state standards to be consistent with federal standards.
Section 22-19-140 Legislative intent.
Section 22-19-141 Definitions.
Section 22-19-142 Request for consent to an anatomical gift; request not required where anatomical gift would not be suitable for use.
Section 22-19-143 Immunity of persons complying with article.
Section 22-19-144 Construction with other laws.
Section 22-19-160 Short title.
Section 22-19-161 Definitions.
Section 22-19-162 Applicability.
Section 22-19-163 Who may make anatomical gift before donor's death.
Section 22-19-164 Manner of making anatomical gift before donor's death.
Section 22-19-165 Amending or revoking anatomical gift before donor's death.
Section 22-19-166 Refusal to make anatomical gift; effect of refusal.
Section 22-19-167 Preclusive effect of anatomical gift, amendment, or revocation.
Section 22-19-168 Who may make anatomical gift of decedent's body or part.
Section 22-19-169 Manner of making, amending, or revoking anatomical gift of decedent's body or part.
Section 22-19-170 Persons that may receive anatomical gift; purpose of anatomical gift.
Section 22-19-171 Search and notification.
Section 22-19-172 Delivery of document of gift not required; right to examine.
Section 22-19-173 Rights and duties of procurement organization and others.
Section 22-19-174 Coordination of procurement and use.
Section 22-19-175 Sale or purchase of parts prohibited.
Section 22-19-176 Other prohibited acts.
Section 22-19-177 Immunity.
Section 22-19-178 Law governing validity; choice of law as to execution of document of gift; presumption of validity.
Section 22-19-179 Donor registry.
Section 22-19-180 Effect of anatomical gift on advance health care directive.
Section 22-19-181 Cooperation between coroner, medical examiner, and procurement organization.
Section 22-19-182 Facilitation of anatomical gift from decedent whose body is under jurisdiction of coroner or medical examiner.
Section 22-19-183 Uniformity of application and construction.
Section 22-19-184 Relation to Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce Act.
Section 22-20-1 Use of common drinking cups or towels in public places prohibited.
Section 22-20-2 Prevention of infantile blindness.
Section 22-20-3 Neonatal testing for certain diseases; rules and regulations for treatment thereof.
Section 22-20-4 Location and extension of cemeteries.
Section 22-20-5 Regulations for establishments handling food and providing public accommodations.
Section 22-20-6 Butchering, etc., of legally taken wild animals.
Section 22-20-7 Inspection of dairy farms, milk-cooling stations, etc.
Section 22-20-8 Depositing dead animals or nauseous substances in water supplies.
Section 22-20-9 Depositing dead animals or fowl in running streams.
Section 22-20-10 Duty to drain areas in construction works.
Section 22-20-11 Restrictions on retail sales of certain poisons.
Section 22-20-12 Advertisements concerning impotency, prostatic troubles, etc.
Section 22-20A-1 (Effective January 1, 2010) Legislative findings.
Section 22-20A-2 (Effective January 1, 2010) Definitions.
Section 22-20A-3 (Effective January 1, 2010) Suppliers and food service establishments to provide required information.
Section 22-20A-4 (Effective January 1, 2010) Labeling requirements.
Section 22-20A-5 (Effective January 1, 2010) Rules and regulations.
Section 22-20A-6 (Effective January 1, 2010) Governmental cooperation.
Section 22-20A-7 (Effective January 1, 2010) Enforcement.
Section 22-20A-8 (Effective January 1, 2010) Violations.
Section 22-20A-30 Definitions.
Section 22-20A-31 Advertising restrictions; food service establishments to provide required information.
Section 22-20A-32 Violations.
Section 22-21-1 Establishment of hospitals by local authorities.
Section 22-21-2 Appropriations for indigent persons in hospitals.
Section 22-21-3 Scholarships for professional and technical personnel at public hospitals.
Section 22-21-4 Annual audit of books and records of publicly owned medical institutions.
Section 22-21-5 Incorporation of public bodies created under chapter; powers of same.
Section 22-21-6 Certain public hospital corporations exempted from usury and interest rate limitation laws.
Section 22-21-7 Itemized statement of services rendered to be furnished patient upon request; provisions of statement; itemization of services and expenses; action by Attorney General; payment of clai
Section 22-21-8 Confidentiality of accreditation, quality assurance credentialling materials, etc.
Section 22-21-9 Name tags, etc., required for nurses.
Section 22-21-10 Flu and pneumonia vaccinations for long term care facility residents and employees.
Section 22-21-20 Definitions.
Section 22-21-21 Purpose of article.
Section 22-21-22 License - Required; exceptions.
Section 22-21-23 License - Application.
Section 22-21-24 License - Fees; expiration and renewal; accreditation.
Section 22-21-25 License - Issuance; suspension or revocation; new applications after revocation.
Section 22-21-26 License - Judicial review of suspension or revocation.
Section 22-21-27 Advisory board.
Section 22-21-28 Rules and regulations.
Section 22-21-29 Inspections.
Section 22-21-30 Disclosure of information.
Section 22-21-31 Practice of medicine, etc., not authorized; child placing.
Section 22-21-33 Penalties for operation of or referring persons to unlicensed hospital.
Section 22-21-34 Assisted living facility, etc., rising to level of intermediate care.
Section 22-21-40 Approval of design and construction of project.
Section 22-21-41 Duties of State Board of Health.
Section 22-21-42 Review and final inspection.
Section 22-21-43 Schedule of fees.
Section 22-21-44 Payment of fees.
Section 22-21-45 Rules and regulations; review by advisory board.
Section 22-21-46 Plan Review Fund.
Section 22-21-50 Proceedings to establish.
Section 22-21-51 Directors - Appointment; term; vacancies; quorum; compensation; loss of seat.
Section 22-21-52 Directors - Annual meeting; constitution and bylaws; executive committee.
Section 22-21-53 Powers.
Section 22-21-54 Validation of noncomplying associations.
Section 22-21-55 Dissolution.
Section 22-21-56 Appropriations by local political subdivisions.
Section 22-21-57 Effect of article on local executive committees.
Section 22-21-70 Definitions.
Section 22-21-71 Purpose and construction of division.
Section 22-21-72 Incorporation - Application.
Section 22-21-73 Incorporation - Certificate of incorporation - Form and contents; approval by county commission; validation of certain certificates of incorporation.
Section 22-21-74 Incorporation - Certificate of incorporation - Filing; amendments.
Section 22-21-75 Incorporation - Certificate of incorporation - Validation of noncomplying corporations.
Section 22-21-76 Board of directors.
Section 22-21-77 Powers of corporation.
Section 22-21-78 Borrowing by corporation.
Section 22-21-79 Investment of trust funds in corporation's securities.
Section 22-21-80 Taxation exemptions.
Section 22-21-81 Transfer of hospitals and funds by counties or municipalities.
Section 22-21-82 Dissolution of corporation.
Section 22-21-83 Division cumulative.
Section 22-21-100 Definitions.
Section 22-21-101 Designation as agency to operate, etc., public hospital facilities.
Section 22-21-102 Special county tax - Payment to hospital corporation.
Section 22-21-103 Special county tax - Validation of elections - Generally.
Section 22-21-104 Special county tax - Validation of elections - Counties with population less than 50,000.
Section 22-21-105 Special county tax - Validation of elections - Elections under Amendment 72 of Constitution.
Section 22-21-106 Issuance of securities - In anticipation of tax; funds from which payable; nature of obligation.
Section 22-21-107 Issuance of securities - Terms, conditions, etc.; pledge of revenues; mortgages; foreclosure prohibited.
Section 22-21-108 Issuance of securities - Execution and delivery; interest; payment; refunding; status; tax exemption.
Section 22-21-109 Issuance of securities - Sale; expenses, etc.
Section 22-21-110 Issuance of securities - Investment of trust funds.
Section 22-21-111 Issuance of securities - Incontestability.
Section 22-21-112 Issuance of securities - Validation prior to issuance.
Section 22-21-130 Definitions.
Section 22-21-131 Purpose and construction of article.
Section 22-21-132 Incorporation - Application; resolution.
Section 22-21-133 Incorporation - Certificate of incorporation - Contents; amendments.
Section 22-21-134 Incorporation - Certificate of incorporation - Filing.
Section 22-21-135 Board of directors.
Section 22-21-136 Officers.
Section 22-21-137 Powers - Generally.
Section 22-21-138 Powers - Eminent domain.
Section 22-21-139 Conveyance of property by municipalities.
Section 22-21-140 Lease agreements with municipality.
Section 22-21-141 Bonds - Revenue.
Section 22-21-142 Bonds - Refunding.
Section 22-21-143 Bonds - Execution.
Section 22-21-144 Bonds - Security.
Section 22-21-145 Bonds - Recital and notice of issuance; limitation on actions to contest.
Section 22-21-146 Bonds - Legal investment - Banks, insurers and fiduciaries.
Section 22-21-147 Bonds - Legal investment - Municipal funds.
Section 22-21-148 Bonds - Negotiable instruments.
Section 22-21-149 Bonds - Use of proceeds.
Section 22-21-150 Bonds - Default.
Section 22-21-151 Obligations not debt of state or municipality.
Section 22-21-152 Investment of funds.
Section 22-21-153 Taxation exemption.
Section 22-21-154 Dissolution.
Section 22-21-155 Article cumulative.
Section 22-21-156 Lease of hospitals, buildings or facilities to public or nonprofit corporations.
Section 22-21-170 Definitions.
Section 22-21-171 Purpose and construction of article.
Section 22-21-172 Incorporation - Authority.
Section 22-21-173 Incorporation - Certificate of incorporation - Contents; acknowledgment; filing.
Section 22-21-174 Incorporation - Certificate of incorporation - Amendment.
Section 22-21-175 Board of directors.
Section 22-21-176 Officers; personnel.
Section 22-21-177 Formation of other corporations.
Section 22-21-178 Governmental sovereignty or immunity.
Section 22-21-179 Powers of corporation.
Section 22-21-180 Eminent domain.
Section 22-21-181 Transfer of funds and assets by counties and municipalities.
Section 22-21-182 Borrowing by corporation generally; debts not obligations of state, counties or municipalities; tax exemptions.
Section 22-21-183 Disposition of proceeds from borrowing.
Section 22-21-184 Refunding securities.
Section 22-21-185 Fiduciary investment.
Section 22-21-186 Corporation tax exempt.
Section 22-21-187 Publication of financial statement.
Section 22-21-188 Provisions exclusive.
Section 22-21-189 Applicability of provisions of state law as to ethics of public officials, etc.; purchase, etc., of goods or services from employees of corporation, etc.
Section 22-21-190 Applicability of state competitive bid law, etc.
Section 22-21-191 Dissolution of corporation.
Section 22-21-210 Definitions.
Section 22-21-211 Purpose of article.
Section 22-21-212 Administration of program; rules and regulations.
Section 22-21-214 County admissions committees - Creation; appointment, terms, qualifications and compensation of members; meetings.
Section 22-21-215 County admissions committees - Powers and duties; liability.
Section 22-21-216 Determination of need for indigents' hospitalization.
Section 22-21-217 Program participation by counties having no hospital.
Section 22-21-218 Admittance in other county when local facilities deemed inadequate.
Section 22-21-219 Payment of public funds to physicians prohibited; collection of costs, etc., from indigent patient, etc.
Section 22-21-220 Apportionment of appropriated funds to counties.
Section 22-21-221 Disposition of unexpended funds - State Board of Health.
Section 22-21-222 Disposition of unexpended funds - Counties.
Section 22-21-223 Appropriation of proceeds of special county tax or funds in county treasury.
Section 22-21-224 Expenses of State Board of Health.
Section 22-21-225 Federal funds.
Section 22-21-227 Charging, etc., for assisting person in hospitalization.
Section 22-21-240 Establishment, administration, etc., of trusts authorized; specification of terms, conditions and provisions of trusts.
Section 22-21-241 Powers and liabilities of trustees of trusts.
Section 22-21-242 Liability of hospitals and dentists as participants in trusts.
Section 22-21-243 Rights, privileges, immunities, etc., conferred by article.
Section 22-21-260 Definitions.
Section 22-21-261 Legislative findings; purpose of article.
Section 22-21-263 New institutional health services subject to review.
Section 22-21-264 Criteria for state agency review.
Section 22-21-265 Certificates of need - Required for new institutional health service.
Section 22-21-265.1 Certificates of need - No legislative intent to ratify illegal actions or false information of applicants, agents, etc.
Section 22-21-265.2 Certificates of need - Legislative intent reiterated.
Section 22-21-265.3 Certificates of need - All-digital, automated hospital exempt from review process.
Section 22-21-266 Certificates of need - Required findings for inpatient facilities.
Section 22-21-267 Certificates of need - Application for certificate or modification thereto and extensions thereof.
Section 22-21-268 Certificates of need - Emergency certificate prior to hearing.
Section 22-21-270 Certificates of need - Period for which valid; extension of time; termination; transferability.
Section 22-21-271 Certificates of need - Application fees; appropriation of funds; disposition of fees.
Section 22-21-271.1 Certificates of need - Fee increases.
Section 22-21-274 Adoption and public notice of review procedures and criteria.
Section 22-21-275 Procedures for review of applications for certificates of need.
Section 22-21-276 Injunctive relief; issuance of license for inpatient beds or facilities in violation of article prohibited; facilities in violation of article not to receive reimbursement for servic
Section 22-21-277 Article cumulative; conflicting laws.
Section 22-21-278 Kidney disease treatment centers in certain municipalities exempted from certificate of need requirement.
Section 22-21-290 Short title.
Section 22-21-291 Legislative intent.
Section 22-21-292 Definitions.
Section 22-21-293 Financial responsibility for out-of-county indigent patients treated at a regional referral hospital.
Section 22-21-294 Certification of indigency; rules.
Section 22-21-295 Obligation of regional referral hospitals.
Section 22-21-296 Procedure for settlement of disputes.
Section 22-21-297 Certification necessary for treatment; exception.
Section 22-21-300 Disclosure of policies to patients.
Section 22-21-310 Short title.
Section 22-21-311 Definitions.
Section 22-21-312 Legislative findings and intent.
Section 22-21-313 Application for incorporation of authority; authorizing resolution.
Section 22-21-314 Certificate of incorporation - Filing; form and contents; recordation.
Section 22-21-315 Certificate of incorporation - Amendment; application; approving resolution; filing and recordation of certificate.
Section 22-21-316 Board of directors; qualifications; election or appointment; terms; vacancies; reimbursement for expenses; quorum; regular, special and called meetings; waiver of notice; record of p
Section 22-21-317 Officers; election; terms; duties.
Section 22-21-318 Powers of authority.
Section 22-21-319 Extraordinary power of authority.
Section 22-21-320 Securities of authority.
Section 22-21-321 Refunding securities.
Section 22-21-322 Execution of securities.
Section 22-21-323 Source of payment; security.
Section 22-21-324 Use of proceeds.
Section 22-21-325 Obligations not debt of state, county or municipality.
Section 22-21-326 Securities issued under article as legal investments.
Section 22-21-327 Securities and coupons as negotiable instruments.
Section 22-21-328 Exemption from usury and interest laws.
Section 22-21-329 Notice of issuance of securities; limitation on actions to contest.
Section 22-21-330 Lease agreements with authorizing subdivision; terms; renewal options; special pledge as security for payment of rental, etc.; use of vacant space.
Section 22-21-331 Remedies for default in payment of securities or performance of lease agreement.
Section 22-21-332 Investment of funds.
Section 22-21-333 Exemptions from taxation.
Section 22-21-334 Nonapplicability of Ethics Act.
Section 22-21-335 Nonapplicability of competitive bid laws.
Section 22-21-336 Transfer of funds and assets to authority.
Section 22-21-337 Disposition of earnings of authority.
Section 22-21-338 Authority as designated agency for purposes of Division 2 of Article 4 of this chapter.
Section 22-21-339 Dissolution of authority.
Section 22-21-340 Multiple corporations permitted.
Section 22-21-341 Reincorporation of existing corporations.
Section 22-21-342 Provisions of article exclusive.
Section 22-21-343 Cumulative effect of article.
Section 22-21-344 Use of proceeds from hospital taxes.
Section 22-21-350 Definitions.
Section 22-21-351 Legislative findings.
Section 22-21-352 Further provision for amendment of certificates of incorporation or reincorporation.
Section 22-21-353 Further provisions respecting issuance of securities.
Section 22-21-354 Further provisions respecting use and disposition of certain property.
Section 22-21-355 Further provisions respecting investment of funds.
Section 22-21-356 Cumulative effect.
Section 22-21-357 Definitions.
Section 22-21-358 Powers of authorities.
Section 22-21-359 Legislative intention.
Section 22-21-360 Short title.
Section 22-21-361 Definitions.
Section 22-21-362 Incorporation of dental service plan corporation; management by board of directors.
Section 22-21-363 Application for certificate of authority; contents.
Section 22-21-364 Issuance of certificate; criteria.
Section 22-21-365 Consent of commissioner to charter or certificate of incorporation.
Section 22-21-366 Subscriber rates subject to approval of department; provisions in contract between corporation and dentist.
Section 22-21-367 License prerequisite to contracts with subscribers.
Section 22-21-368 Contents of proposed contracts issued to subscribers.
Section 22-21-369 Contents of proposed contracts between corporation and dentists.
Section 22-21-370 Posting of securities or surety bond; custody of securities; exemption from taxation; release of securities or bond; modification orders; hearing; effect of failure to comply.
Section 22-21-371 Individual, group, blanket or franchise contracts authorized; certificates of coverage; filing and approval of contracts and certificates; requirements; grounds for disapproval.
Section 22-21-372 Filing and approval of subscription rates; criteria; submission of relevant information.
Section 22-21-373 Filing and approval of contracts with dentists and other providers of services and amendments thereto; reports to commissioner.
Section 22-21-374 Fees and taxes; applicable insurance laws.
Section 22-21-375 Issuance of license; revocation; procedures for review and mediation of complaints.
Section 22-21-376 Relation to certain insurance provisions.
Section 22-21-377 Contracting sales representatives - Registration with commissioner; notification of termination; filing fee; regulations and controls.
Section 22-21-378 Contracting sales representatives - Accounting for funds received; diversion or appropriation of funds; penalty.
Section 22-21-379 Contracting sales representatives - Grounds for mandatory denial, suspension, revocation, or refusal to renew registration.
Section 22-21-380 Contracting sales representatives - Grounds for discretionary denial, suspension, revocation, or refusal to renew registration.
Section 22-21-381 Contracting sales representatives - Immediate revocation of registration upon conviction of violation of article; right to hearing on denial, suspension or revocation by commissioner
Section 22-21-382 Contracting sales representatives - Administrative penalty in lieu of discretionary suspension, revocation, etc.
Section 22-21-383 Deposit of moneys received by department pursuant to article.
Section 22-21-384 Practice of dentistry and Board of Dental Examiners not regulated or limited by article.
Section 22-21-385 Amendments and changes in charter, certificate of incorporation, bylaws, contracts and rates subject to department approval; filing of copy of amendments or changes.
Section 22-21-386 Examination and investigation of corporations by department; power to summon and examine witnesses; payment of expenses.
Section 22-21-387 Use of phrase "dental service plan."
Section 22-21-388 Dissolution or liquidation of corporation.
Section 22-21-389 Nonprofit corporations organized prior to May 4, 1982.
Section 22-21-390 Violations; penalties; injunctive relief.
Section 22-21-391 Promulgation of rules and regulations.
Section 22-22-1 Short title; definitions.
Section 22-22-2 Purpose of chapter; declaration of policy.
Section 22-22-7 Technical and other advisory committees.
Section 22-22-9 Powers and duties; enforcement of orders; permits; civil penalties for violations.
Section 22-22-11 Disbursement of funds.
Section 22-22-13 Chapter supplementary to other laws; powers of Attorney General not affected.
Section 22-22-14 Criminal penalty for violation of chapter, etc.
Section 22-22A-1 Short title.
Section 22-22A-2 Legislative intent and purposes of chapter.
Section 22-22A-3 Definitions.
Section 22-22A-4 Department of Environmental Management created; principal office; director; deputy director; divisions and division chiefs; transfer of functions; designation as State Environmental C
Section 22-22A-5 Powers and functions of department; representation of department by Attorney General in legal actions.
Section 22-22A-6 Environmental Management Commission; powers and duties; composition; appointments; vacancies; qualifications; terms; chairman; quorum; regular and special meetings; effect of failure
Section 22-22A-7 Hearings and procedures before commission; appeal and review.
Section 22-22A-8 Adoption of rules, regulations and standards; review by director; public notice and hearing.
Section 22-22A-9 Transfer of functions, personnel, equipment, funds, etc., to Department of Environmental Management.
Section 22-22A-10 Transfer of functions, personnel, equipment, etc., of coastal area board to Office of State Planning and Federal Programs; exception.
Section 22-22A-11 Alabama Department of Environmental Management Fund.
Section 22-22A-12 Coastal Resources Advisory Committee; composition; terms; chairman; meetings.
Section 22-22A-13 Effect of chapter on powers of Attorney General.
Section 22-22A-15 Chapter does not repeal Section 22-30-5.1.
Section 22-22A-16 Pollution Control Grant Fund.
Section 22-22B-1 Legislative findings.
Section 22-22B-2 Definitions.
Section 22-22B-3 State government program for waste reduction and the collection of recyclable wastes; planning and implementation; annual reports by agencies; what to be included in programs; coordin
Section 22-22B-4 Program for management and marketing of recyclable materials; contracts authorized.
Section 22-22B-5 Proceeds from sale of recycled materials; employee awards.
Section 22-23-20 Upgrading of water service; savings.
Section 22-23-30 Short title.
Section 22-23-31 Definitions.
Section 22-23-32 Regulatory authority of board over water supplies.
Section 22-23-33 State primary drinking water regulations.
Section 22-23-34 State secondary drinking water regulations.
Section 22-23-35 Variances and exemptions from regulations.
Section 22-23-36 Action by board regarding imminent and substantial hazards.
Section 22-23-37 Notification of users and regulatory agencies by water suppliers of certain violations, etc.
Section 22-23-38 Samples of water supplied to the public - Required.
Section 22-23-39 Samples of water supplied to the public - Analysis; fee.
Section 22-23-40 Permit to construct or modify water system - Required; prerequisite to issuance of bonds by local government unit.
Section 22-23-41 Permit to construct or modify water system - Application.
Section 22-23-42 Permit to construct or modify water system - Investigation of water system.
Section 22-23-43 Permit to construct or modify water system - Order of board upon finding that water is impure, unwholesome, etc.
Section 22-23-44 Permit to construct or modify water system - Issuance; suspension or revocation; permits in addition to others required by law.
Section 22-23-45 Right of entry of board for investigations and inspections.
Section 22-23-46 Reports of condition of water supply, plant, etc., by applicants, or suppliers.
Section 22-23-47 Polluting public water supply.
Section 22-23-48 Prohibited acts.
Section 22-23-49 Powers and duties of board in administration of article.
Section 22-23-52 Penalties.
Section 22-23-53 Public nuisances.
Section 22-23A-1 Definitions.
Section 22-23A-2 Legislative intent.
Section 22-23A-3 Alabama Water System Assistance Authority; how created; members; Water Assistance Legislative Oversight Committee.
Section 22-23A-4 Water Supply Assistance Fund established; deposits; expenditures; investments.
Section 22-23A-5 Application to become corporation; filing and recordation; certificate of incorporation; officers; board of directors; record of proceedings.
Section 22-23A-6 Powers of authority.
Section 22-23A-7 Bonds - Authorization to issue and sell; security for payment.
Section 22-23A-8 Bonds - Procedure for sale.
Section 22-23A-9 Loans in anticipation of bond issuance; refund of local funds provided by community water system.
Section 22-23A-10 Refunding bonds.
Section 22-23A-11 Establishment of dedicated source of revenue by community water system for funding of loan by authority; powers of water system; default; repayment guidelines; project accounts.
Section 22-23A-12 Investment in bonds of authority.
Section 22-23A-13 Taxation exemption.
Section 22-23A-14 Interest exemption.
Section 22-23A-15 Purpose of chapter.
Section 22-23A-16 Bonds and coupons deemed negotiable instruments.
Section 22-23A-17 Bonds, notes and certificates not debt of state.
Section 22-23B-1 Legislative findings.
Section 22-23B-2 Definitions.
Section 22-23B-3 Revolving Loan Fund established; maintenance; administration.
Section 22-23B-4 Alabama Drinking Water Finance Authority.
Section 22-23B-5 Alabama Drinking Water Finance Authority - Incorporation.
Section 22-23B-6 Alabama Drinking Water Finance Authority - Powers.
Section 22-23B-7 Purpose; issuing, selling and refunding of bonds.
Section 22-23B-8 Funding of a loan.
Section 22-23B-9 Signature; seal.
Section 22-23B-10 Usury exemption.
Section 22-23B-11 Taxation exemption.
Section 22-23B-12 Capitalization grant agreements, operating agreements, etc.
Section 22-23B-13 Legislative intent.
Section 22-23B-14 Construction.
Section 22-24-1 Definitions.
Section 22-24-2 Applicability of chapter.
Section 22-24-3 Promulgation and enforcement of rules and regulations.
Section 22-24-4 Supervision of drilling or repair by licensed driller.
Section 22-24-5 Well driller's license - Required; application; annual fee; term.
Section 22-24-7 Well driller's license - Refusal, suspension or revocation.
Section 22-24-8 Drilling requirements.
Section 22-24-11 Penalty for violation of chapter, etc.; disposition of fines.
Section 22-24-12 Exemption from provisions of chapter.
Section 22-25-1 Definitions.
Section 22-25-2 Classification of plants and systems.
Section 22-25-7 Certification of operators - Duty of director.
Section 22-25-8 Certification of operators - Examinations.
Section 22-25-9 Certification of operators - Issuance.
Section 22-25-11 Certification of operators - Term; renewal; promulgation of rules and regulations.
Section 22-25-12 Certification of operators - Revocation.
Section 22-25-13 Rules and regulations.
Section 22-25-14 Failure of operator to be certified; certain operators excepted.
Section 22-25-15 Penalty for violations of chapter.
Section 22-25-16 Reimbursement by new employer for training expenses.
Section 22-25A-1 Purpose.
Section 22-25A-2 Definitions.
Section 22-25A-3 Rules and regulations.
Section 22-25A-4 Compliance; powers and duties.
Section 22-25A-5 Certification and permitting fees.
Section 22-25A-6 Violations.
Section 22-25A-7 Public Health Management Entity Fund.
Section 22-25A-8 Certificate of economic viability.
Section 22-25A-9 Civil action.
Section 22-25A-10 Relation to other laws; applicable licenses required.
Section 22-25B-2 Exempted entities.
Section 22-25B-3 Responsibilities of wastewater management entities.
Section 22-25B-4 ADPH regulation of cluster wastewater systems.
Section 22-25B-5 ADEM regulation of community wastewater systems.
Section 22-25B-6 PSC regulation of wastewater management entities.
Section 22-25B-7 Fees and penalties.
Section 22-25B-8 Advisory group.
Section 22-25B-9 Wastewater system failure.
Section 22-25B-10 Public right-of-way crossing.
Section 22-25B-11 Civil action.
Section 22-25B-12 Relation to other laws.
Section 22-26-1 Insanitary sewage facilities menacing public health.
Section 22-26-2 Authority of state and county boards of health to require installation of plumbing facilities, connections with sanitary sewers, etc.; compliance with rules and regulations.
Section 22-26-3 Approval of plans and specifications.
Section 22-26-4 Permits for installation of plumbing within police jurisdiction of municipal corporations.
Section 22-26-5 Permits for installation of plumbing outside jurisdiction of municipal corporations.
Section 22-26-6 Penalty for violations of chapter.
Section 22-26-7 Certain land subdivided for single-family residences and not having access to public sewer not subject to subdivision regulations of State Board of Health.
Section 22-27-1 Short title.
Section 22-27-2 Definitions.
Section 22-27-3 Authority of local governing bodies as to methods of waste collections and disposal; household exemptions; approval of department; exception.
Section 22-27-4 Hazardous wastes; unauthorized dumps; vermin controls.
Section 22-27-5 Authority of localities to establish charges, fees, etc., and enter into mutual agreements or contracts; approval of department; licensing of private or corporate agencies; permits and
Section 22-27-5.1 Tipping fee for use of certain county landfills.
Section 22-27-6 Authority to adopt resolution or ordinance; rules and regulations; noncompliance as public nuisance; citation; court proceedings.
Section 22-27-7 Supervision and regulatory control; rules and regulations; penalty for violation of article.
Section 22-27-8 Financial assurance.
Section 22-27-9 Authority of Department of Environmental Management and Department of Public Health.
Section 22-27-10 Control of unauthorized dumping; open burning; construction with other rights and remedies.
Section 22-27-11 Violations; penalties; administrative orders; injunctive relief.
Section 22-27-12 Powers of department.
Section 22-27-13 Search warrants.
Section 22-27-14 Commencement of actions.
Section 22-27-15 Establishment and review of reduction goals.
Section 22-27-16 Ownership and disposition of recovered materials.
Section 22-27-17 Disposal fees; disposition of funds; exemptions; review of records; biennial report.
Section 22-27-18 Solid Waste Fund; Alabama Recycling Fund.
Section 22-27-20 Definitions.
Section 22-27-21 Purpose and construction of article.
Section 22-27-22 Authority of counties to issue and sell warrants; full faith and credit of county pledged to payment; restrictions on use of proceeds.
Section 22-27-23 Special pledges for payment of principal and interest on warrants.
Section 22-27-24 Refunding warrants.
Section 22-27-25 Investment of trust funds in warrants.
Section 22-27-26 Warrants and interest coupons as claims against county.
Section 22-27-27 Conflicts with other laws; Section 11-8-10 not applicable to warrants issued under this article.
Section 22-27-40 Legislative findings.
Section 22-27-41 Legislative purpose.
Section 22-27-42 Legislative intent.
Section 22-27-43 Definitions.
Section 22-27-44 Solid Waste Management Advisory Committee.
Section 22-27-45 State Solid Waste Management Plan.
Section 22-27-46 Regional planning and development commissions.
Section 22-27-47 Local plans required.
Section 22-27-48 Implementation of plans.
Section 22-27-49 Moratorium on issuance of permits.
Section 22-27-70 Definitions.
Section 22-27-71 Disposal in approved manners.
Section 22-27-72 Compliance with Section 22-27-71.
Section 22-27-73 Violations of article.
Section 22-27-90 Definitions.
Section 22-27-91 Approved methods of disposal.
Section 22-27-92 Transport of cooking grease.
Section 22-27-93 Compliance with article.
Section 22-27-94 Violations of article.
Section 22-28-1 Short title.
Section 22-28-2 Definitions.
Section 22-28-3 Declaration of policy; purpose of chapter.
Section 22-28-9 Authority of commission to hire consultants, assistants and other employees.
Section 22-28-10 Powers of commission generally; advisory committees.
Section 22-28-11 Emission control requirements.
Section 22-28-12 Motor vehicle emissions.
Section 22-28-13 Variances.
Section 22-28-14 Regulations - Authority of commission.
Section 22-28-15 Regulations - Hearings; procedure for adoption.
Section 22-28-16 Permits.
Section 22-28-17 Review of plans and specifications.
Section 22-28-18 Providing of information.
Section 22-28-19 Right of entry for inspection; tests and samples.
Section 22-28-20 Availability of records, reports or information.
Section 22-28-21 Air pollution emergencies.
Section 22-28-22 Proceedings upon violation of chapter; penalties; subpoenas; injunctions.
Section 22-28-23 Local air pollution control programs.
Section 22-28A-1 Short title.
Section 22-28A-2 Legislative findings.
Section 22-28A-3 Regulations, commitments relating to reduction of greenhouse gases.
Section 22-28A-4 Voluntary initiatives.
Section 22-28A-5 Effectiveness of chapter.
Section 22-29-1 Definitions.
Section 22-29-2 Purpose of chapter.
Section 22-29-3 Incorporation - Authorized.
Section 22-29-4 Incorporation - Application.
Section 22-29-5 Incorporation - Certificate of incorporation.
Section 22-29-6 Members, officers and directors; quorum; resolutions and orders.
Section 22-29-7 Powers.
Section 22-29-8 Bonds - Authorization to issue and sell; security for payment.
Section 22-29-9 Bonds - Procedure for sale.
Section 22-29-10 Bonds - Presumption of validity; contest of validity.
Section 22-29-11 Temporary financing.
Section 22-29-12 Refunding bonds.
Section 22-29-13 Execution of bonds, certificates and promissory notes.
Section 22-29-14 Bonds and coupons deemed negotiable instruments.
Section 22-29-15 Bonds, notes and certificates not debt of state.
Section 22-29-16 Custody of moneys and funds; disposition of same.
Section 22-29-17 Grants to local public bodies - Authorized.
Section 22-29-18 Grants to local public bodies - Appropriations.
Section 22-29-19 Grants to local public bodies - Applications.
Section 22-29-20 Grants to local public bodies - Plan or program.
Section 22-29-21 Grants to local public bodies - Powers of local public bodies.
Section 22-29-22 Taxation exemption.
Section 22-29-23 Dissolution.
Section 22-30-1 Short title.
Section 22-30-2 Legislative findings; purpose and intent of chapter.
Section 22-30-3 Definitions.
Section 22-30-4 Regulatory and investigative authority vested in State Department; trained personnel to monitor commercial sites for hazardous wastes; fees on waste received at such sites; hearings an
Section 22-30-5.1 Restriction on number of commercial hazardous waste treatment facilities or disposal sites per county; legislative approval of sites.
Section 22-30-5.2 Construction of provisions.
Section 22-30-6 State Department to regulate and supervise storage, disposal, etc., sites.
Section 22-30-9 General responsibilities of State Department.
Section 22-30-10 Development and revision of criteria for determining hazardous wastes.
Section 22-30-11 Adoption of regulations, guidelines, criteria and standards by State Department; states from which hazardous wastes cannot be accepted; penalty; contracts to satisfy federal capacity
Section 22-30-12 Permit program.
Section 22-30-14 Responsibilities of generators.
Section 22-30-15 Regulations as to transporters.
Section 22-30-15.1 Penalty for violation of safety and hazardous materials regulations.
Section 22-30-16 Responsibilities of hazardous waste storage and treatment facility and hazardous waste disposal site operators.
Section 22-30-17 Manifest.
Section 22-30-18 Reporting of wastes generated; when reports deemed trade secrets.
Section 22-30-19 Penalties and remedies.
Section 22-30-20 Administration of chapter.
Section 22-30-21 Certain transporters exempted from applicability of chapter.
Section 22-30-24 Chapter supplemental.
Section 22-30A-1 Legislative findings; purpose and intent of chapter.
Section 22-30A-2 Definitions.
Section 22-30A-3 Alabama Hazardous Substance Cleanup Fund established; appropriations.
Section 22-30A-4 Powers of department; use of fund.
Section 22-30A-5 Identification of inactive or abandoned sites and liable parties by director; development and implementation of cleanup plan; public comment period; orders; notice and hearing; paymen
Section 22-30A-6 Scope of cleanup plan; factors considered.
Section 22-30A-7 Annual report; to whom transmitted.
Section 22-30A-8 Liability for hazardous substance sites; action by department or Attorney General to recover expenses; administrative order or civil action; for what costs fund may be reimbursed; con
Section 22-30A-9 Liability for actions taken or omitted under chapter.
Section 22-30A-10 Right to enter property.
Section 22-30A-11 Violations of chapter; civil penalties.
Section 22-30B-1 Definitions.
Section 22-30B-1.1 Legislative findings.
Section 22-30B-2 Operator fees.
Section 22-30B-2.1 Annual payments to counties; guaranteed amount; distribution of funds.
Section 22-30B-2.2 Pledge and appropriation of funds for Public Health Finance Authority.
Section 22-30B-2.4 Restrictions on disposal of hazardous waste; exceptions.
Section 22-30B-3 Deposit and use of proceeds.
Section 22-30B-4 Additional fees to be collected by county; use.
Section 22-30B-4.1 Levy of local fees not prohibited.
Section 22-30B-5 Time for payment of fees; penalty for failure to timely pay fees; interest.
Section 22-30B-6 Penalty for failure to submit monthly reports.
Section 22-30B-7 Penalty for false or fraudulent reports.
Section 22-30B-9 Lien.
Section 22-30B-10 Monthly report to be sworn; perjury in making report.
Section 22-30B-11 Record of hazardous waste or hazardous substances received for disposal; maintenance of records; penalties.
Section 22-30B-12 Violation of chapter; restraint from continuing in business; institution of prosecution.
Section 22-30B-13.1 Credit for overpayment.
Section 22-30B-15 Confidentiality of fee reports; exception; penalty; refusal of assistant or agent of Department of Revenue to perform duties; penalty.
Section 22-30B-16 Location of reports and records.
Section 22-30B-17 Cooperation with county officials; promulgation of rules and regulations.
Section 22-30B-18 Construction of chapter; effect of Southeast Interstate Low-Level Radioactive Waste Management Compact.
Section 22-30B-19 Creation of the Alabama Legacy for Environmental Research Trust.
Section 22-30B-20 Fee to be deposited in Alabama Hazardous Substance Cleanup Fund.
Section 22-30C-1 Short title.
Section 22-30C-2 Legislative findings.
Section 22-30C-3 Wastes processed and destroyed.
Section 22-30C-4 Compliance.
Section 22-30D-1 Short title.
Section 22-30D-2 Legislative findings.
Section 22-30D-3 Definitions.
Section 22-30D-4 Election of coverage; administration of chapter; rules and regulations.
Section 22-30D-5 Alabama Drycleaning Environmental Response Trust Fund.
Section 22-30D-6 Registration; fees.
Section 22-30D-7 Expenditure of funds.
Section 22-30D-8 Advisory board.
Section 22-30D-9 Liability.
Section 22-30D-10 Administration allowance; disposition of revenues.
Section 22-30D-11 Appropriations.
Section 22-30D-12 Notification.
Section 22-30E-1 Short title.
Section 22-30E-2 Legislative findings; purpose and intent of chapter; establishment of voluntary assessment and/or cleanup program for properties with potential environmental contamination.
Section 22-30E-3 Definitions.
Section 22-30E-4 Authority of the department to establish rules and regulations.
Section 22-30E-5 Additional powers and duties of department.
Section 22-30E-6 Criteria for property qualification for voluntary cleanup program.
Section 22-30E-7 Criteria for applicant participation in voluntary cleanup program.
Section 22-30E-8 Criteria for qualification for limitation of liability.
Section 22-30E-9 Requirements for voluntary property assessment plans, voluntary cleanup plans; financial assurance.
Section 22-30E-10 Limitation of liability provisions.
Section 22-30E-11 Voluntary Cleanup Properties Inventory list.
Section 22-30E-12 Alabama Land Recycling and Economic Redevelopment Commission.
Section 22-30E-13 Stakeholders Advisory Committee.
Section 22-30F-1 Short title.
Section 22-30F-2 Legislative findings; purpose and intent of chapter; establishment of revolving loan program for voluntary remediation of environmentally contaminated areas.
Section 22-30F-3 Definitions.
Section 22-30F-4 Revolving Loan Fund established; maintenance; administration.
Section 22-30F-5 Alabama Land Recycling Finance Authority. - Generally.
Section 22-30F-6 Alabama Land Recycling Finance Authority - Incorporation.
Section 22-30F-7 Alabama Land Recycling Finance Authority - Powers.
Section 22-30F-8 Funding of a loan.
Section 22-30F-9 Usury exemption.
Section 22-30F-10 Capitalization grant agreements, operating agreements, other arrangements.
Section 22-30F-11 Legislative intent.
Section 22-31-1 Determination of death.
Section 22-31-2 Use of other methods.
Section 22-31-3 Procedure where part of body to be used for transplantation.
Section 22-31-4 Liability for acts.
Section 22-32-1 Enactment of Southeast Interstate Low-Level Radioactive Waste Management Compact.
Section 22-32-2 Members of Southeast Interstate Low-Level Radioactive Waste Management Commission.
Section 22-32-3 Acquisition of waste disposal site.
Section 22-32-4 Authorization to operate site; users' charges; lease or contract for operation and disposal of low-level radioactive wastes.
Section 22-32-5 Radiation Safety Fund; licensing and inspection fees; bond of contractor-leasor; perpetual care fund; operating fund; compact commission fund; royalty fees; appropriation.
Section 22-32-6 Delegation of authority to stop, inspect and enforce regulations.
Section 22-32-7 Cooperation of departments, agencies, officers and political subdivisions with commission.
Section 22-32-8 Issuance of order prohibiting use of source of ionizing radiation for nonpayment of fees; impoundment or seizure; release on payment of fees, costs, etc.; auction of unredeemed equipme
Section 22-32-9 Effective date.
Section 22-34-1 Definitions.
Section 22-34-2 Legislative intent.
Section 22-34-3 Revolving fund established; use of funds; administration of fund; annual report.
Section 22-34-4 Water pollution control authority established; membership.
Section 22-34-5 Application for corporation; contents; officers; board of directors; record of proceedings.
Section 22-34-6 General powers.
Section 22-34-7 Authority authorized to issue bonds.
Section 22-34-8 Sale of bonds.
Section 22-34-9 Certificates or notes in anticipation of bonds.
Section 22-34-10 Refunding bonds.
Section 22-34-11 Dedicated source of revenue to repay moneys; default; accounting standards.
Section 22-34-12 Investment in authority bonds.
Section 22-34-13 Tax exempt.
Section 22-34-14 Exempt from usury laws.
Section 22-34-15 No proceeding, notice or approval required.
Section 22-34-16 Negotiable instruments.
Section 22-34-17 Obligations solely of authority.
Section 22-35-1 Legislative findings and intent.
Section 22-35-2 Short title.
Section 22-35-3 Definitions.
Section 22-35-4 Alabama Underground and Aboveground Storage Tank Trust Fund.
Section 22-35-5 Fee; withdrawals; disposition of funds; liability for clean-up costs; audit.
Section 22-35-6 Alabama Underground and Aboveground Storage Tank Trust Fund Management Board created; composition; powers and duties; compensation.
Section 22-35-7 Financial responsibility requirements for taking response action.
Section 22-35-8 Rehabilitation of contamination sites.
Section 22-35-9 Administration cost of chapter; annual budgets for administration.
Section 22-35-10 Rules and regulations; department may require owner or operator to provide information.
Section 22-35-11 Notice to underground and aboveground storage tank owners of provisions of chapter.
Section 22-35-12 Liability of underground and aboveground storage tank owner.
Section 22-35-13 No disbursements from fund until adoption of rules and regulations governing disbursements.
Section 22-36-1 Short title.
Section 22-36-2 Definitions.
Section 22-36-3 Rules and regulations governing underground storage tanks.
Section 22-36-4 Information to be furnished by owner upon request of department; owner to permit access to records and entry and inspection of facilities.
Section 22-36-5 Tank regulation fee.
Section 22-36-6 Expenditure of funds from leaking Underground Storage Tank Trust Fund; investigative and corrective powers in regard to administration of funds; liability of owner or operator for cost
Section 22-36-7 Rules and regulations to establish and protect wellhead areas.
Section 22-36-8 Availability to public of records, reports, or information obtained under chapter.
Section 22-36-9 Penalties.
Section 22-36-10 Rules and regulations.
Section 22-37-1 Short title.
Section 22-37-2 Definitions.
Section 22-37-3 Rules and regulations.
Section 22-37-4 Amendment of city and county plumbing codes to include provisions of this chapter.
Section 22-37-5 Notice to customers of water suppliers of potential for lead contamination.
Section 22-37-6 Use or sale of materials that are not lead-free for drinking water system or plumbing; civil penalty.
Section 22-37A-1 Short title.
Section 22-37A-2 Definitions.
Section 22-37A-3 Scope of chapter; functions of board.
Section 22-37A-4 Investigations.
Section 22-37A-5 Certification of persons engaged in lead hazard reduction on activities; powers of board.
Section 22-37A-6 Designating Safe State as accreditation agency; powers of Safe State.
Section 22-37A-7 Certification; violation.
Section 22-37A-8 Injunctive relief.
Section 22-37A-9 Fee, fines, etc. collected.
Section 22-38-1 Short title.
Section 22-38-2 Definitions.
Section 22-38-3 Legislative intent.
Section 22-38-4 Administration of federal funds by committee; transfer of federal funds received by other state agencies to committee; application to Legislature for matching funds; coordination of us
Section 22-38-5 Disbursement of funds.
Section 22-38-6 Priorities for all nonpoint source pollution control; administration of grants in accordance with priorities; committee to provide information to department as to progress in water qua
Section 22-38-7 Department is lead agency in developing state plan; authority to contract with other state agencies.
Section 22-38-8 Rules and regulations; personnel.
Section 22-39-1 Purpose.
Section 22-39-2 Short title.
Section 22-39-3 Services requiring accreditation by the state.
Section 22-39-4 Safe-State Program designated accreditation agency; duties; fees.
Section 22-39-5 Certification requirement; civil penalty.
Section 22-40-1 REPEALED AND SUPERSEDED BY CHAPTER 40A EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 1, 2004. Definitions.
Section 22-40-2 REPEALED AND SUPERSEDED BY CHAPTER 40A EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 1, 2004. Scrap tire license - Generally.
Section 22-40-3 REPEALED AND SUPERSEDED BY CHAPTER 40A EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 1, 2004. Scrap tire license - Display; decal.
Section 22-40-4 REPEALED AND SUPERSEDED BY CHAPTER 40A EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 1, 2004. Disposal of scrap tires.
Section 22-40-5 REPEALED AND SUPERSEDED BY CHAPTER 40A EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 1, 2004. Records - receivers.
Section 22-40-6 REPEALED AND SUPERSEDED BY CHAPTER 40A EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 1, 2004. Records - Transporters.
Section 22-40-7 REPEALED AND SUPERSEDED BY CHAPTER 40A EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 1, 2004. Records - Collection.
Section 22-40-8 REPEALED AND SUPERSEDED BY CHAPTER 40A EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 1, 2004. Enforcement.
Section 22-40-9 REPEALED AND SUPERSEDED BY CHAPTER 40A EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 1, 2004. Distribution of funds.
Section 22-40-10 REPEALED AND SUPERSEDED BY CHAPTER 40A EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 1, 2004. Scrap Tire Study Commission.
Section 22-40-11 REPEALED AND SUPERSEDED BY CHAPTER 40A EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 1, 2004. Construction and administration of chapter.
Section 22-40A-1 Short title.
Section 22-40A-2 Legislative findings; purpose.
Section 22-40A-3 Definitions.
Section 22-40A-4 Accumulation and exposure limits.
Section 22-40A-5 Cleanup; reports; regulations; remediation management.
Section 22-40A-6 Receivers generally.
Section 22-40A-7 Transportation of scrap tires; permits.
Section 22-40A-8 Processing of scrap tires; permits.
Section 22-40A-9 Manifests; out-of-state tires transported into Alabama.
Section 22-40A-10 Financial assurance.
Section 22-40A-11 Administration and enforcement.
Section 22-40A-12 Delegation agreements; county responsibilities.
Section 22-40A-13 End use market development program.
Section 22-40A-14 Scrap tire environmental fee.
Section 22-40A-15 Distribution of fee proceeds.
Section 22-40A-16 Disposition of funds.
Section 22-40A-17 Evaluation of suspected property; notice; costs.
Section 22-40A-18 Violations.
Section 22-40A-19 Penalties.
Section 22-40A-20 Applicability to government organizations.
Section 22-40A-21 Scrap Tire Commission.
Section 22-40A-22 Scrap Tire Fund.
Section 22-40A-23 Implementation of chapter.
Section 22-40A-24 Chapter ineffective upon abolition of scrap tire environmental fee.

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Section 22-1-1 "State Health Department" defined.
Section 22-1-2 Conflicts between municipal and general health laws.
Section 22-1-3 Control of public health work under county and state boards of health.
Section 22-1-4 Appointment of subordinate officers and employees; control of expenditures.
Section 22-1-5 Salaries of public health dentists.
Section 22-1-6 Public dispensaries treating communicable diseases.
Section 22-1-7 Procedure when county health officer, etc., resisted.
Section 22-1-8 Penalty for violation of health or quarantine law.
Section 22-1-9 Certain county and local laws unaffected by title.
Section 22-1-11 Making false statement or representation of material fact in claim or application for payments on medical benefits from Medicaid Agency generally; kickbacks, bribes, etc.; exceptions;
Section 22-1-12 Cardiac arrest survival.
Section 22-1-13 Breastfeeding children in public or private locations.
Section 22-2-1 State Board of Health - How constituted.
Section 22-2-2 State Board of Health - Authority and jurisdiction.
Section 22-2-3 State Board of Health - Annual report to Governor.
Section 22-2-4 State Committee of Public Health - How constituted.
Section 22-2-5 State Committee of Public Health - Prerogatives, powers and duties.
Section 22-2-6 When state committee to act for state board; meetings of state committee.
Section 22-2-7 Annual report to Legislature by state committee; requests by same for information.
Section 22-2-8 State Health Officer.
Section 22-2-9 Council on Dental Health, Council on Animal and Environmental Health, Council on Prevention of Disease and Medical Care and Council on Health Costs, Administration and Organization - Cr
Section 22-2-10 Council on Dental Health, Council on Animal and Environmental Health, Council on Prevention of Disease and Medical Care and Council on Health Costs, Administration and Organization - C
Section 22-2-11 Compensation of State Health Department personnel.
Section 22-2-12 How salaries, costs, and expenses to be paid.
Section 22-2-13 Recovery of expenses by health officer, sheriff, or bond constable.
Section 22-2-14 Penalty for violation of State Board of Health rules or regulations.
Section 22-2A-1 Legislative findings.
Section 22-2A-2 Definitions.
Section 22-2A-3 Program and procedures; exceptions; competitive bidding.
Section 22-2A-4 Applicability of chapter.
Section 22-2A-5 Access to medications by certain clients.
Section 22-2A-6 Medicaid Agency exempt.
Section 22-2A-7 Disposition of funds.
Section 22-3-1 County boards of health - How constituted.
Section 22-3-2 County boards of health - Duties generally.
Section 22-3-3 County boards of health - Authority to receive, hold, etc., money, real estate, etc.
Section 22-3-4 County health officers - Powers.
Section 22-3-5 County health officers - Duties generally.
Section 22-3-6 County health officers - Salary.
Section 22-3-7 County health officers - Bond.
Section 22-3-8 County quarantine officers.
Section 22-3-9 Appointment of sanitary officers.
Section 22-3-10 Tax to establish and maintain county health officer and health department.
Section 22-3-11 Appropriations by municipalities for public health work.
Section 22-3-12 Payment of health department claims, etc., out of county or municipal budgets.
Section 22-3A-1 Legislative findings and declarations.
Section 22-3A-3 Creation of corporation; members.
Section 22-3A-2 Definitions.
Section 22-3A-4 Application.
Section 22-3A-5 Certificate of incorporation.
Section 22-3A-6 Members; officers; terms; records; meetings; appointment of Governor's designee.
Section 22-3A-7 Powers of authority.
Section 22-3A-8 Issuance of bonds.
Section 22-3A-9 Form of bonds; redemption option.
Section 22-3A-10 Authentication of bonds.
Section 22-3A-11 Sale of bonds.
Section 22-3A-12 Nature of bonds.
Section 22-3A-13 Tax exemption; use of bonds as security; investment in bonds.
Section 22-3A-14 Refunding bonds.
Section 22-3A-15 Disposition of proceeds of bonds; Public Health Facilities Building Fund; powers of authority; improvement and construction defined; supervision; bidding.
Section 22-3A-16 Appropriation made; Debt Service Reserve Fund established.
Section 22-3A-17 Obligations, etc., as obligations of authority and not state.
Section 22-3A-18 Investment of proceeds from bond sale; when authorized; application of income.
Section 22-3A-19 Certain public health facilities as primary obligation of authority; reimbursement to counties; refinancing or refunding of obligations.
Section 22-3A-20 Authority as nonprofit corporation.
Section 22-3A-21 Dissolution of authority.
Section 22-3A-22 Payment by State Treasurer authorized; records.
Section 22-3A-23 Approval of allocations other than those in Section 22-3A- 19(a) to be unanimous.
Section 22-3A-24 Payments and investment agreements to ensure federal tax exemption.
Section 22-4-1 Short title.
Section 22-4-2 Definitions.
Section 22-4-3 State Board of Health designated as State Health Planning and Development Agency; powers and duties generally.
Section 22-4-4 Establishment of internal divisions or bureaus and professional staff by State Board of Health.
Section 22-4-6 Appropriations to State Board of Health.
Section 22-4-5 Adoption, revision, etc., of rules, regulations, standards, etc., by State Board of Health; appeals therefrom; State Board of Health not to discriminate among branches of healing arts i
Section 22-4-7 Statewide Health Coordinating Council - Establishment; composition; qualifications, appointment and terms of office of members; officers; meetings; vacancies; appointment of consultants
Section 22-4-8 Statewide Health Coordinating Council - Functions.
Section 22-4-9 Health systems agencies.
Section 22-4-10 Cooperation of officers, agencies, etc., of state, etc., with State Board of Health and Statewide Health Coordinating Council.
Section 22-4-11 Preparation, adoption, etc., of preliminary state health plan generally; provision in plan for visual care.
Section 22-4-12 Designation of State Board of Health as state agency for receipt, administration, etc., of funds for preparation, administration, etc., of State Health Plan.
Section 22-4-13 Preparation, review, and revision of State Medical Facilities Plan.
Section 22-4-14 Construction, operation, etc., of public hospitals, health centers, etc., by State Board of Health; power of State Board of Health to cooperate and enter into contracts with federal go
Section 22-4-15 Designation of State Board of Health as state agency for receipt and administration of funds, gifts, etc., for construction, maintenance, etc., of public health care facilities; power
Section 22-4-16 Acquisition, purchase, sale, etc., by State Board of Health of land, buildings, etc., for carrying out health care facility construction and operation program.
Section 22-4-17 Construction and implementation of provisions of chapter.
Section 22-4A-1 Legislative findings and declarations.
Section 22-4A-2 Family Practice Rural Health Board created; members; chairman and officers; per diem and mileage.
Section 22-4A-3 Determination and prioritization of medically underserved areas.
Section 22-4A-4 Accreditation of residency program prerequisite to allocation of funds.
Section 22-4A-5 Allocation and distribution of funds; purposes.
Section 22-4A-6 Identification of unmet needs and resources; annual report.
Section 22-4A-7 No authority over other programs.
Section 22-4B-1 Definitions.
Section 22-4B-2 Legislative intent.
Section 22-4B-3 Loans for nursing degree - Eligibility - Contract - Cancellation of loan - Recovery of unpaid balance.
Section 22-4B-4 Maximum loan amount - Repayment by working for department or Federally-funded Community Health Center - Balance due and payable upon demand for failure to remain employed or for withdr
Section 22-4B-5 Loans and salaries to department employees authorized.
Section 22-4B-6 Paid educational leave - Duties in the health department - Attendance reports.
Section 22-4B-7 Disbursal of loan funds - Educational institution reimbursed.
Section 22-5-1 "Physical fitness" defined.
Section 22-5-2 Creation and purpose of commission.
Section 22-5-3 Composition; compensation.
Section 22-5-4 Meetings; rules and regulations.
Section 22-5-5 Duties of commission.
Section 22-5-6 Executive director; application of Merit System to commission employees.
Section 22-5-7 Personnel.
Section 22-5-8 Annual report.
Section 22-5-9 Acceptance of gifts or grants.
Section 22-5A-1 Short title.
Section 22-5A-2 Definitions.
Section 22-5A-3 Duties of State Ombudsman and department.
Section 22-5A-4 Selection of community ombudsmen; training; certification; duties; area plan to describe program; notification of department as to prospective ombudsmen; advisory committee on program.
Section 22-5A-5 Procedures for receiving complaints; informing recipients of ombudsman program.
Section 22-5A-6 Procedures for resolving complaints.
Section 22-5A-7 Limited immunity of person or agency making report, etc.
Section 22-6-1 Appropriations.
Section 22-6-2 Payment of contract adjustments.
Section 22-6-3 Disposition of fund balances.
Section 22-6-4 Copayments by persons receiving medical services from physicians under program.
Section 22-6-4.1 Copayments by persons receiving medical services from physicians or other medical practitioners under program.
Section 22-6-4.2 Copayments for prescription drugs.
Section 22-6-5.1 Collection of patient's income by tax collector; payment to Medicaid Agency; exceptions; rules and regulations.
Section 22-6-6 Subrogation of state to rights of recipients of medical assistance under program against persons, etc., causing injury, etc., thereto; manner of enforcement of rights of state; effect o
Section 22-6-6.1 Assignment to state of recipients' rights to payments for medical care; authorization to release needed information.
Section 22-6-7 Medicaid Agency authorized to contract with fiscal intermediaries for purpose of receiving, processing, and paying claims.
Section 22-6-7.1 Procurement of prescription eyewear.
Section 22-6-8 Revocation of eligibility of recipient upon determination of abuse, fraud, or misuse of benefits; when eligibility may be restored; award of restricted status to pregnant recipient whos
Section 22-6-9 Medicaid identification card; issuance and use; confidentiality of recipient.
Section 22-6-10 Women's right to health care.
Section 22-6-11 Breast and cervical cancer prevention and treatment.
Section 22-6-20 Legislative intent.
Section 22-6-21 Short title.
Section 22-6-22 Reference to federal law.
Section 22-6-23 "Facility" defined.
Section 22-6-24 Responsible agency; deposit of funds; appropriation.
Section 22-6-25 Enforcement remedies; adoption of criteria.
Section 22-6-26 Health department functions and responsibilities.
Section 22-6-27 Resident Protection Trust Fund; appropriation; use.
Section 22-6-30 Fund established; purpose.
Section 22-6-31 Moneys in fund appropriated to Alabama Medicaid Agency.
Section 22-6-32 Unobligated balance not to revert to General Fund but to be carried forward.
Section 22-6-40 Medicaid Agency authorized to increase financing and adjust insurance premiums for family practitioners, pediatricians and obstetricians.
Section 22-6-41 Availability of increased financing.
Section 22-6-42 Administration of financing program; establishment of rules and criteria for alleviating rural problems and reducing high infant mortality rates.
Section 22-6-70 Created.
Section 22-6-71 Board of directors.
Section 22-6-72 Duties of State Treasurer; disposition of funds.
Section 22-6-73 Powers of board.
Section 22-6-90 Short title.
Section 22-6-91 Definitions.
Section 22-6-92 Use of funds; annual certification.
Section 22-6-93 Transfer of funds - Generally.
Section 22-6-94 Transfer of funds - Use by Medicaid Agency.
Section 22-6-95 Transfer of funds - Annual certification.
Section 22-6-96 Transfer of funds - Return of uncertified funds.
Section 22-6-97 Transfer of funds - Return of noncomplying funds.
Section 22-6-98 Rules and regulations.
Section 22-6-120 Legislative findings.
Section 22-6-121 Medicaid Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee - Composition; meetings.
Section 22-6-122 Medicaid Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee - Classification and recommendation of drugs; assurance of quality patient care; review of pharmaceutical products.
Section 22-6-123 Considerations for inclusions on preferred drug list; review; adoption of list.
Section 22-6-124 Confidentiality of information.
Section 22-7-1 Authority to charge and collect fees or charges.
Section 22-7-2 Schedule of fees; what fees to include.
Section 22-7-3 Waiver of payment.
Section 22-7-4 Payment of collected fees into Home Health Service Fund.
Section 22-7-5 Appropriation, allocation and expenditure of receipts.
Section 22-7-6 Rules and regulations.
Section 22-8-1 Persons physically or mentally unable to consent.
Section 22-8-2 When consent of missing husband or wife not required.
Section 22-8-3 When physician may proceed without consent of parent.
Section 22-8-4 When minor may give consent generally.
Section 22-8-5 Consent of minor for self and child.
Section 22-8-6 Consent of any minor as to pregnancy, venereal disease, drug dependency, alcohol toxicity and reportable diseases.
Section 22-8-7 Effect of minor's consent; liability of physicians, etc.; waiver of rights or causes of action.
Section 22-8-8 Consents authorized deemed cumulative.
Section 22-8-9 Consent of minor to donation of bone marrow; consent by parent or legal guardian.
Section 22-8A-1 Short title.
Section 22-8A-2 Legislative intent.
Section 22-8A-3 Definitions.
Section 22-8A-4 Advance Directive for Health Care; living will and health care proxy.
Section 22-8A-5 Revocation of advance directive for health care.
Section 22-8A-6 Proxy to comply with instructions, intent of patient.
Section 22-8A-7 Competency of declarant; liability of participating physician, facility, etc.
Section 22-8A-8 Refusal of health care provider to comply; penalties.
Section 22-8A-9 Withholding or withdrawal of treatment, etc., not suicide; execution of advance directive not to affect sale, etc., of life or health insurance nor be condition for receipt of treatmen
Section 22-8A-10 Provisions of chapter not an approval of mercy killing, etc.
Section 22-8A-11 Surrogate; requirements; attending physician consulted, intent of patient followed; persons who may serve as surrogate; priority; validity of decisions; liability; form; declaratory a
Section 22-8A-12 Validity of advance health care directive executed in another state.
Section 22-8A-13 Effect of prior declarations.
Section 22-8A-14 Filing and recording of living will; fee; inspection; duty of declarant to provide copy to health care providers.
Section 22-9A-1 Definitions.
Section 22-9A-2 Office of Vital Statistics and statewide system of vital statistics.
Section 22-9A-3 Appointment of State Registrar of Vital Statistics; duties of State Registrar.
Section 22-9A-4 Registration districts.
Section 22-9A-5 Local registrars and deputy registrars of vital statistics.
Section 22-9A-6 Content of certificates and reports.
Section 22-9A-7 Registration of births.
Section 22-9A-8 Registration of infants of unknown parentage.
Section 22-9A-9 Delayed registration of birth.
Section 22-9A-10 Judicial procedure to establish facts of birth.
Section 22-9A-11 Court reports of adoption.
Section 22-9A-12 New birth certificate upon adoption, legitimation, or paternity determination; availability of original certificate; contact preference form.
Section 22-9A-13 Reports of fetal death; reports of induced termination of pregnancy.
Section 22-9A-14 Death registration.
Section 22-9A-15 Delayed registration of death.
Section 22-9A-16 Authorization for final disposition.
Section 22-9A-17 Marriage registration.
Section 22-9A-18 Divorce registration.
Section 22-9A-19 Amendment of vital records.
Section 22-9A-20 Reproduction of vital records.
Section 22-9A-21 Disclosure of information from vital records.
Section 22-9A-22 Copies or data from the system of vital statistics.
Section 22-9A-23 Fees.
Section 22-9A-24 Persons required to keep records and to furnish information.
Section 22-9A-25 Enforcement.
Section 22-9A-26 Penalty for violation of chapter or rules of the State Board of Health.
Section 22-9A-27 Continuation of rules and forms.
Section 22-9A-28 Applicability.
Section 22-10-1 Enumeration of conditions, etc., constituting public nuisances menacing public health.
Section 22-10-2 How and by whom nuisances to be abated.
Section 22-10-3 Summary destruction of property without compensation.
Section 22-10A-1 Declaration of policy.
Section 22-10A-2 Diagnostic facilities, genetic counseling and prenatal testing for genetic disorders at University of Alabama in Birmingham and University of South Alabama.
Section 22-10A-3 Participation by individuals voluntary.
Section 22-10B-1 Establishment.
Section 22-10B-2 Membership; confirmation by Senate; chair and vice chair; reimbursement for expenditures.
Section 22-10B-3 Duties.
Section 22-10B-4 Approval and funding to provide services; budget.
Section 22-10B-5 Sickle cell services.
Section 22-10B-6 Status as enumerated agency under Section 41-20-3(a)(6).
Section 22-10B-7 Exemption of Alabama Department of Public Health.
Section 22-11A-1 State Board of Health to designate notifiable diseases and health conditions.
Section 22-11A-2 Persons responsible to report diseases; contents of report; confidential information; person making report immune from liability.
Section 22-11A-3 Action of health officer upon being notified of diseases; quarantine.
Section 22-11A-4 Physician, hospital, etc., records available to Health Officer.
Section 22-11A-5 When State Board of Health to take charge of investigation.
Section 22-11A-6 Penalty for failure to make report.
Section 22-11A-7 Persons having notifiable disease to obey directions of health officials.
Section 22-11A-8 Health officer to investigate complaints of diseases; afflicted persons to be moved to suitable place; expenses of removal.
Section 22-11A-9 Tuberculosis cases to be reported; contents of report; reports confidential.
Section 22-11A-10 State Board of Health to investigate reported cases of tuberculosis; voluntary treatment; probate court may order compulsory treatment and quarantine; cost of treatment; exercise of
Section 22-11A-11 Contract hospitals to admit indigent patients with chronic lung diseases; costs.
Section 22-11A-12 Statewide outpatient clinics; State Board of Health to contract for regional tuberculosis hospitals; expenditures.
Section 22-11A-13 Sexually transmitted diseases.
Section 22-11A-14 Cases of sexually transmitted diseases to be reported; contents of report; reports confidential; penalty for violation; measures for protection of others.
Section 22-11A-16 Serologic or other biologic sample required to be taken of pregnant women and of newborns.
Section 22-11A-17 Testing of correctional facility inmates for sexually transmitted diseases; treatment; discharge of infectious inmates; victim may request results of HIV testing.
Section 22-11A-18 Isolation of person believed to have sexually transmitted disease; such person required to report for treatment; costs; compulsory treatment and quarantine.
Section 22-11A-19 Minor 12 years or older may consent to medical treatment for sexually transmitted disease; medical care provider may inform parent or guardian.
Section 22-11A-20 Physicians to instruct persons on prevention and cure of sexually transmitted diseases.
Section 22-11A-21 Penalties for treating or preparing medicine without a license; penalty for person afflicted with sexually transmitted disease to transmit such disease to another person.
Section 22-11A-22 Medical records of persons infected with sexually transmitted diseases confidential; penalty for release.
Section 22-11A-23 Any person believed exposed to diseases to be tested; any person believed afflicted shall seek and accept treatment.
Section 22-11A-24 Commitment to Department of Public Health for compulsory treatment when person exposed or afflicted and refuses treatment.
Section 22-11A-25 Commitment petition - Contents.
Section 22-11A-26 Commitment petition - Probate judge may take sworn testimony of petitioner; petition without merit to be dismissed.
Section 22-11A-27 Commitment petition - Notice of petition to be served; contents.
Section 22-11A-28 Commitment petition - Limitations placed upon liberty of person; probate judge determination; standard for imposing limitations; probable cause hearing; temporary treatment before fi
Section 22-11A-29 Commitment petition - Appointment of guardian ad litem and attorney.
Section 22-11A-30 Commitment petition - Order for person to appear for hearing and be examined by physician.
Section 22-11A-31 Commitment petition - Rules to apply at hearings.
Section 22-11A-32 Commitment petition - Findings; rehearing; confinement when no treatment available.
Section 22-11A-33 Probate court retains jurisdiction over person committed.
Section 22-11A-34 Law enforcement officers to convey person to custody of Department of Public Health; public health facilities to report on progress of persons committed.
Section 22-11A-35 Attorney and expert fees.
Section 22-11A-36 Appeal of commitment order; notice of appeal; limitations to be placed upon liberty of person pending appeal.
Section 22-11A-37 Testing and treatment of inmate of correctional facility.
Section 22-11A-38 Notification of third parties of disease; rules; who may be notified; liability; confidentiality; disclosure of information for certain criminal proceedings; penalty.
Section 22-11A-39 Notification of pre-hospital agencies who assisted in delivering person with infectious disease to hospital.
Section 22-11A-40 Laboratory tests for AIDS and other diseases; fees; personnel.
Section 22-11A-41 Approval of testing or diagnostic kits.
Section 22-11A-50 Definitions.
Section 22-11A-51 Informed consent required for HIV testing.
Section 22-11A-52 Informed consent implied under certain circumstances.
Section 22-11A-53 Notification of positive test result; counseling; referral to appropriate health care services; explanation of individual responsibility.
Section 22-11A-54 Confidentiality.
Section 22-11A-60 Definitions.
Section 22-11A-61 Reporting of infected worker to State Health Officer.
Section 22-11A-62 Performing invasive procedures.
Section 22-11A-63 Investigation by State Health Officer.
Section 22-11A-64 Appeal process.
Section 22-11A-65 Monitoring of practice of infected health care worker.
Section 22-11A-66 Violations.
Section 22-11A-67 Records and information necessary to assist investigation.
Section 22-11A-68 Immunity from liability for those involved in investigation.
Section 22-11A-69 Confidentiality standards; uses of information gained during investigation.
Section 22-11A-70 Promulgation of rules for administration.
Section 22-11A-71 Entitlement to costs.
Section 22-11A-72 Penalties.
Section 22-11A-73 Reporting requirements; knowledge of infection through application.
Section 22-11A-90 Organizations receiving funds.
Section 22-11A-91 Disbursement of funds.
Section 22-11A-92 Expenses for administration.
Section 22-11A-93 Tax exemption.
Section 22-11A-110 Short title.
Section 22-11A-111 Definitions.
Section 22-11A-112 Health care facility acquired infection data collection and dissemination.
Section 22-11A-113 Rules and regulations governing implementation.
Section 22-11A-114 Reporting categories.
Section 22-11A-115 Submission of first report.
Section 22-11A-116 Confidentiality of information.
Section 22-11A-117 Studies and publication.
Section 22-11A-118 Health Care Data Advisory Council.
Section 22-11A-119 Rules and regulations governing penalties.
Section 22-11A-120 Rules and regulations governing dissemination and costs.
Section 22-11A-121 Use of data.
Section 22-11A-122 Enforcement.
Section 22-11A-123 Priority of federal program.
Section 22-11A-124 Construction.
Section 22-11B-1 Health care providers upon request required to give immunization status of patients.
Section 22-11B-2 Immunization registry.
Section 22-11B-3 Medicaid recipients deemed to have given consent to information release with receipt of services.
Section 22-11B-4 Limited immunity of person or entity providing information.
Section 22-11C-1 Short title.
Section 22-11C-2 Legislative intent.
Section 22-11C-3 Definitions.
Section 22-11C-4 Alabama Statewide Head and Spinal Cord Injury Registry.
Section 22-11C-5 Reporting injuries; access to records.
Section 22-11C-6 Notice of available state assistance; referrals.
Section 22-11C-7 Confidentiality; disclosure of information.
Section 22-11C-8 Exchange of information with other registries.
Section 22-11C-9 Registry funding.
Section 22-11C-10 Advisory Panel on Head and Spinal Cord Injury.
Section 22-11C-11 Report of findings and recommendations.
Section 22-11C-12 Liability under chapter.
Section 22-11D-1 Legislative findings.
Section 22-11D-2 Definitions.
Section 22-11D-3 Establishment and operation of statewide trauma system.
Section 22-11D-4 Verification and certification of trauma center status.
Section 22-11D-5 Establishment of council; composition; meetings.
Section 22-11D-6 Statewide trauma registry.
Section 22-11D-7 Designation of trauma care regions; regional trauma advisory councils.
Section 22-11D-8 Rules and regulations.
Section 22-11D-9 Statewide Trauma System Fund.
Section 22-12-1 Enforcement of quarantine.
Section 22-12-2 State quarantine authority paramount.
Section 22-12-3 Exercise of rights and duties by public health committees and officers.
Section 22-12-4 Proclamation of quarantine by Governor.
Section 22-12-5 Amendment of regulations and changes of territory.
Section 22-12-6 Investigations; quarantine pending investigations.
Section 22-12-7 Refusal of investigation by authorities outside state.
Section 22-12-9 Duty of vessel master ordered to perform quarantine.
Section 22-12-10 Unauthorized removal of vessel from quarantine.
Section 22-12-11 Violation of regulations as to arriving vessels.
Section 22-12-12 Proclamation of quarantine in county, city, or town.
Section 22-12-13 Enforcement of local quarantine.
Section 22-12-14 Quarantine of infected portions of county - Establishment.
Section 22-12-15 Quarantine of infected portions of county - Enforcement.
Section 22-12-16 Expense of enforcing local quarantine.
Section 22-12-17 Report of local quarantine to state.
Section 22-12-18 Quarantine of person coming from infected place.
Section 22-12-19 Establishment of place of detention.
Section 22-12-20 Attempted escapes and escapes from detention.
Section 22-12-21 Supervision of public conveyances affected by quarantine; refusal of freight, etc.
Section 22-12-22 Transportation of person or thing in violation of quarantine.
Section 22-12-23 Free rides on public transports for quarantine officers.
Section 22-12-24 Passing of quarantine lines by state quarantine officers and guards.
Section 22-12-26 Arrests without warrants.
Section 22-12-29 Affidavits by persons desiring to enter or remain in certain places.
Section 22-12A-1 Short title.
Section 22-12A-2 Legislative intent; "perinatal" defined.
Section 22-12A-3 Plan to reduce infant mortality and handicapping conditions; procedure, contents, etc.
Section 22-12A-4 Bureau of Maternal and Child Health to develop priorities, guidelines, etc.
Section 22-12A-5 Bureau to present report to legislative committee; public health funds not to be used.
Section 22-12A-6 Use of funds generally.
Section 22-12B-1 Established; purpose.
Section 22-12B-2 Board established; composition; meetings; powers.
Section 22-12B-3 Sources of funding.
Section 22-12B-4 Unobligated fund balance shall automatically carry forward into succeeding fiscal year.
Section 22-12C-1 Definitions.
Section 22-12C-2 Adoption of rules; application of Alabama Administrative Procedure Act.
Section 22-12C-3 Procedures for investigations, sanctions, penalties and contract terminations.
Section 22-12C-4 Collection of erroneously paid moneys; collection costs recoverable.
Section 22-12C-5 Probation or civil monetary penalties for food vendors; mitigation or settlement of adverse action.
Section 22-12C-6 Designated account for monetary penalties or overcharges collected; expenditure of sums.
Section 22-12C-7 Fraud or abuse as a misdemeanor; fraud defined.
Section 22-12C-8 Appeal of adverse action; conflict with federal law.
Section 22-12C-9 Cumulation of penalties.
Section 22-12D-1 Office established; purposes.
Section 22-12D-2 Financial contributions.
Section 22-12D-3 Appointment of personnel.
Section 22-12D-4 Steering Committee on Women's Health.
Section 22-12D-5 Funding.
Section 22-13-1 Plan for care of indigents; designation of cancer units.
Section 22-13-3 Educational plan.
Section 22-13-4 Educational campaign.
Section 22-13-5 Annual program for early diagnosis of cancer.
Section 22-13-13 Payment of expenses.
Section 22-13-30 Short title.
Section 22-13-31 Registry established; reporting of confirmed cases.
Section 22-13-32 Monthly reports; further information to be provided upon request.
Section 22-13-33 Information to be confidential.
Section 22-13-34 State Health Officer authorized to enter into agreements to exchange confidential information with other cancer registries and to furnish confidential information to other states, can
Section 22-13-35 Liability under article.
Section 22-13A-1 Short title.
Section 22-13A-2 Legislative findings.
Section 22-13A-3 Purposes of chapter.
Section 22-13A-4 Establishment and promotion of program; duties of officer; strategies for raising public awareness and educating consumers and professionals.
Section 22-13A-5 Needs assessment; list of services and providers.
Section 22-13A-6 Interagency Council on Osteoporosis.
Section 22-13A-7 Advisory Panel on Osteoporosis.
Section 22-13A-8 Department authorized to replicate programs and enter into contracts with organizations with expertise.
Section 22-13A-9 State Health Officer authorized to accept grants, services, and property from entities; federal waivers.
Section 22-13A-10 Implementation of chapter only to extent funds made available.
Section 22-14-1 Definitions.
Section 22-14-2 Declaration of policy.
Section 22-14-3 Purpose of article.
Section 22-14-4 State Radiation Control Agency; director and powers and duties thereof.
Section 22-14-5 Radiation Advisory Board of Health.
Section 22-14-6 Licensing or registration of persons dealing with radioactive materials.
Section 22-14-7 Right of entry and inspection.
Section 22-14-8 Records and reports.
Section 22-14-9 Agreements with federal government; effect thereof on federal license.
Section 22-14-10 Cooperative agreements for inspections, etc.; training programs.
Section 22-14-11 Administrative action and judicial review.
Section 22-14-12 Orders enjoining or directing compliance.
Section 22-14-13 Impounding of ionizing radiation sources.
Section 22-14-14 Penalty for violation of article or rules, regulations or orders; notice of possible liability for civil penalty; civil action by Attorney General; considerations affecting amount of
Section 22-14-15 Effect of article on local ordinances.
Section 22-14-16 Non-consent of state to acquisition of land by federal government for disposal of nuclear waste.
Section 22-14-20 Adoption of rules requiring generators of low-level radioactive waste to implement best management practices as condition of access to disposal facilities.
Section 22-14-21 Certification to another state or facility of compliance by facility with rules adopted under §22-14-20.
Section 22-14-22 Certification of facilities licensed only by federal government; request for inspection; inspection fee; failure to pay fee.
Section 22-14-30 Inquiry into employee's criminal history by licensed nuclear facilities; "vital areas" defined.
Section 22-14-31 Fingerprints; search of criminal records by department; fees.
Section 22-14-32 Submission of fingerprint cards to F.B.I.
Section 22-14-33 Liability of department.
Section 22-14-34 Equivalent background investigations sufficient.
Section 22-14-35 Costs of implementing article.
Section 22-15A-1 Short title.
Section 22-15A-2 Legislative findings.
Section 22-15A-3 Definitions.
Section 22-15A-4 Prohibition against smoking in public places; exceptions.
Section 22-15A-5 Written smoking policies by employers; designation of nonsmoking areas.
Section 22-15A-6 Designation of smoking areas; requirements; nonsmoking policies.
Section 22-15A-7 Posting of "No Smoking" and "Smoking Area" signs; violations of chapter.
Section 22-15A-8 Enforcement of chapter; reporting violations.
Section 22-15A-9 Penalties.
Section 22-15A-10 Local laws, ordinances, or regulations.
Section 22-17-1 Definitions.
Section 22-17-2 Applicability of chapter.
Section 22-17-3 Duty of manager as to maintenance of shop and equipment.
Section 22-17-4 Water connections and waste disposal.
Section 22-17-5 Cleansing of hands.
Section 22-17-6 Headrests.
Section 22-17-7 Use of certain materials prohibited.
Section 22-17-8 Service by persons having skin or venereal disease.
Section 22-17-9 Service of persons having inflamed, etc., skin.
Section 22-17-10 Treatment of skin diseases or infections prohibited.
Section 22-17-11 Use of shop or parlor as dormitory.
Section 22-17A-1 Definitions.
Section 22-17A-2 Parental consent required for minors; intoxicated, etc., individuals.
Section 22-17A-3 Tattoo facility license.
Section 22-17A-4 Inspection of tattoo facility.
Section 22-17A-5 Renewal of license.
Section 22-17A-6 Requirements for operation of tattoo facility.
Section 22-17A-7 Powers and duties of department.
Section 22-17A-8 Penalties.
Section 22-18-1 Definitions.
Section 22-18-2 Exceptions to applicability of chapter.
Section 22-18-3 Rules and regulations as to training, licensing, etc., of ambulance drivers and emergency medical technicians and operation, licensing, etc., of vehicles.
Section 22-18-4 Fees of licenses; licensure of emergency medical technicians; ambulances and persons directing and driving ambulances to be licensed.
Section 22-18-5 Advisory board.
Section 22-18-6 Class A misdemeanor for certain acts; persons providing emergency medical care must be licensed or exempted from licensure; scope of privilege for levels of licensure; control of emerg
Section 22-18-7 Article cumulative; powers of municipalities.
Section 22-18-8 Reimbursement by new employer for training expenses.
Section 22-18-20 Commission created.
Section 22-18-21 Travel and per diem expenses.
Section 22-18-22 Times and places of meetings.
Section 22-18-23 Expenditure of appropriated funds; grants.
Section 22-18-40 State Emergency Medical Control Committee.
Section 22-18-41 Advanced life support techniques; procurement, carriage, and use of medical materiel; performance of services.
Section 22-18-42 Regulation of certain kinds of care and personnel; purchase of drugs and fluids.
Section 22-18-43 Board of Health shall follow Administrative Procedure Act.
Section 22-18-44 Applicability of chapter and rules of board to volunteer fire departments.
Section 22-19-1 Regulation of transportation of dead bodies.
Section 22-19-2 Body removed from state to be embalmed or cremated; exception.
Section 22-19-3 Burial or removal permits for dead bodies; certificates of birth or death.
Section 22-19-4 Ministers at funerals to ascertain if burial permit has been secured.
Section 22-19-5 Use of approved identification system.
Section 22-19-20 State of Alabama Anatomical Board - Composition; secretary.
Section 22-19-21 State of Alabama Anatomical Board - Powers; records.
Section 22-19-22 Notice of possession of bodies required to be buried at public expense; delivery to board; authorization to solicit dead bodies from counties.
Section 22-19-23 When bodies not to be delivered to board.
Section 22-19-24 Holding period; notice of death.
Section 22-19-25 Distribution of bodies to schools.
Section 22-19-26 Preservation of bodies for 60 days by schools pending claims therefor.
Section 22-19-27 Disposal of bodies after use by schools.
Section 22-19-28 Carriers for conveyance of bodies; receipts for bodies.
Section 22-19-29 Payment of expenses for delivery or distribution of bodies.
Section 22-19-30 Penalty for violation of article.
Section 22-19-40 Short title.
Section 22-19-41 Definitions.
Section 22-19-42 Who may donate all, or part of, body; rights of donees.
Section 22-19-43 Institutions or persons who may become donees; purposes for which anatomical gifts may be made.
Section 22-19-44 Modes of executing gift.
Section 22-19-45 Delivery or deposit of gift document.
Section 22-19-46 Amendment or revocation of gift.
Section 22-19-47 Powers, duties and liabilities upon death.
Section 22-19-50 Short title.
Section 22-19-51 Definitions.
Section 22-19-52 Making, amending, revoking, and refusing to make anatomical gifts by individual.
Section 22-19-53 Making, revoking, and objecting to anatomical gifts by others.
Section 22-19-54 Authorization by coroner; medical examiner; local public health official.
Section 22-19-55 Routine inquiry and required request; search and notification.
Section 22-19-56 Persons who may become donees; purposes for which anatomical gifts may be made.
Section 22-19-57 Delivery of document of gift.
Section 22-19-58 Rights and duties at death.
Section 22-19-59 Coordination of procurement and use.
Section 22-19-59.1 Sale or purchase of parts prohibited.
Section 22-19-59.2 Examination, autopsy, liability.
Section 22-19-59.3 Administrative rules.
Section 22-19-59.4 Legislative recognition.
Section 22-19-59.5 Transitional provisions.
Section 22-19-59.6 Uniformity of application and construction.
Section 22-19-59.7 Severability.
Section 22-19-60 Gift made by execution of affidavit to be filed with Department of Public Safety; notice of intent and specific gift to be noted on driver's license or nondriver identification ca
Section 22-19-61 Immunity from civil liability of officers and employees of Department of Public Safety.
Section 22-19-70 Inclusion of question regarding organ donation as part of driver's license or nondriver identification card application system; notation of affirmative response on license or card
Section 22-19-71 Distribution of informational brochure; promotion of organ and tissue donation by Director of Public Safety.
Section 22-19-72 Sticker or decal indicating desire to be organ donor.
Section 22-19-73 Statistical and demographic information on organ donor designations.
Section 22-19-74 Driver's license, nondriver identification card, etc., to accompany individual to hospital in event of accident or trauma; return of driver's license or nondriver identificati
Section 22-19-80 Authority of coroners, deputy coroners, State Toxicologist and law enforcement officers; purpose of taking samples.
Section 22-19-81 Persons who may be directed to withdraw samples.
Section 22-19-82 Exemption from civil and criminal liability.
Section 22-19-100 Training of eye bank employees in eye tissue procurement.
Section 22-19-101 Certification of qualifications, proficiency, etc.
Section 22-19-102 Establishment of standards, procedures, etc.
Section 22-19-103 Employees to comply with Alabama Uniform Anatomical Gift Act; no liability.
Section 22-19-104 Article cumulative.
Section 22-19-120 Legislative intent.
Section 22-19-121 Definitions.
Section 22-19-122 Promulgation of proficiency standards and quality assurance measures; certification to acquire and transport organs, etc.; updating of quality assurance standards.
Section 22-19-123 Adherence to quality assurance standards.
Section 22-19-124 Sanctions for violations of article.
Section 22-19-125 Immunity of persons complying with article and Alabama Uniform Anatomical Gift Act.
Section 22-19-126 Construction with other laws; state standards to be consistent with federal standards.
Section 22-19-140 Legislative intent.
Section 22-19-141 Definitions.
Section 22-19-142 Request for consent to an anatomical gift; request not required where anatomical gift would not be suitable for use.
Section 22-19-143 Immunity of persons complying with article.
Section 22-19-144 Construction with other laws.
Section 22-19-160 Short title.
Section 22-19-161 Definitions.
Section 22-19-162 Applicability.
Section 22-19-163 Who may make anatomical gift before donor's death.
Section 22-19-164 Manner of making anatomical gift before donor's death.
Section 22-19-165 Amending or revoking anatomical gift before donor's death.
Section 22-19-166 Refusal to make anatomical gift; effect of refusal.
Section 22-19-167 Preclusive effect of anatomical gift, amendment, or revocation.
Section 22-19-168 Who may make anatomical gift of decedent's body or part.
Section 22-19-169 Manner of making, amending, or revoking anatomical gift of decedent's body or part.
Section 22-19-170 Persons that may receive anatomical gift; purpose of anatomical gift.
Section 22-19-171 Search and notification.
Section 22-19-172 Delivery of document of gift not required; right to examine.
Section 22-19-173 Rights and duties of procurement organization and others.
Section 22-19-174 Coordination of procurement and use.
Section 22-19-175 Sale or purchase of parts prohibited.
Section 22-19-176 Other prohibited acts.
Section 22-19-177 Immunity.
Section 22-19-178 Law governing validity; choice of law as to execution of document of gift; presumption of validity.
Section 22-19-179 Donor registry.
Section 22-19-180 Effect of anatomical gift on advance health care directive.
Section 22-19-181 Cooperation between coroner, medical examiner, and procurement organization.
Section 22-19-182 Facilitation of anatomical gift from decedent whose body is under jurisdiction of coroner or medical examiner.
Section 22-19-183 Uniformity of application and construction.
Section 22-19-184 Relation to Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce Act.
Section 22-20-1 Use of common drinking cups or towels in public places prohibited.
Section 22-20-2 Prevention of infantile blindness.
Section 22-20-3 Neonatal testing for certain diseases; rules and regulations for treatment thereof.
Section 22-20-4 Location and extension of cemeteries.
Section 22-20-5 Regulations for establishments handling food and providing public accommodations.
Section 22-20-6 Butchering, etc., of legally taken wild animals.
Section 22-20-7 Inspection of dairy farms, milk-cooling stations, etc.
Section 22-20-8 Depositing dead animals or nauseous substances in water supplies.
Section 22-20-9 Depositing dead animals or fowl in running streams.
Section 22-20-10 Duty to drain areas in construction works.
Section 22-20-11 Restrictions on retail sales of certain poisons.
Section 22-20-12 Advertisements concerning impotency, prostatic troubles, etc.
Section 22-20A-1 (Effective January 1, 2010) Legislative findings.
Section 22-20A-2 (Effective January 1, 2010) Definitions.
Section 22-20A-3 (Effective January 1, 2010) Suppliers and food service establishments to provide required information.
Section 22-20A-4 (Effective January 1, 2010) Labeling requirements.
Section 22-20A-5 (Effective January 1, 2010) Rules and regulations.
Section 22-20A-6 (Effective January 1, 2010) Governmental cooperation.
Section 22-20A-7 (Effective January 1, 2010) Enforcement.
Section 22-20A-8 (Effective January 1, 2010) Violations.
Section 22-20A-30 Definitions.
Section 22-20A-31 Advertising restrictions; food service establishments to provide required information.
Section 22-20A-32 Violations.
Section 22-21-1 Establishment of hospitals by local authorities.
Section 22-21-2 Appropriations for indigent persons in hospitals.
Section 22-21-3 Scholarships for professional and technical personnel at public hospitals.
Section 22-21-4 Annual audit of books and records of publicly owned medical institutions.
Section 22-21-5 Incorporation of public bodies created under chapter; powers of same.
Section 22-21-6 Certain public hospital corporations exempted from usury and interest rate limitation laws.
Section 22-21-7 Itemized statement of services rendered to be furnished patient upon request; provisions of statement; itemization of services and expenses; action by Attorney General; payment of clai
Section 22-21-8 Confidentiality of accreditation, quality assurance credentialling materials, etc.
Section 22-21-9 Name tags, etc., required for nurses.
Section 22-21-10 Flu and pneumonia vaccinations for long term care facility residents and employees.
Section 22-21-20 Definitions.
Section 22-21-21 Purpose of article.
Section 22-21-22 License - Required; exceptions.
Section 22-21-23 License - Application.
Section 22-21-24 License - Fees; expiration and renewal; accreditation.
Section 22-21-25 License - Issuance; suspension or revocation; new applications after revocation.
Section 22-21-26 License - Judicial review of suspension or revocation.
Section 22-21-27 Advisory board.
Section 22-21-28 Rules and regulations.
Section 22-21-29 Inspections.
Section 22-21-30 Disclosure of information.
Section 22-21-31 Practice of medicine, etc., not authorized; child placing.
Section 22-21-33 Penalties for operation of or referring persons to unlicensed hospital.
Section 22-21-34 Assisted living facility, etc., rising to level of intermediate care.
Section 22-21-40 Approval of design and construction of project.
Section 22-21-41 Duties of State Board of Health.
Section 22-21-42 Review and final inspection.
Section 22-21-43 Schedule of fees.
Section 22-21-44 Payment of fees.
Section 22-21-45 Rules and regulations; review by advisory board.
Section 22-21-46 Plan Review Fund.
Section 22-21-50 Proceedings to establish.
Section 22-21-51 Directors - Appointment; term; vacancies; quorum; compensation; loss of seat.
Section 22-21-52 Directors - Annual meeting; constitution and bylaws; executive committee.
Section 22-21-53 Powers.
Section 22-21-54 Validation of noncomplying associations.
Section 22-21-55 Dissolution.
Section 22-21-56 Appropriations by local political subdivisions.
Section 22-21-57 Effect of article on local executive committees.
Section 22-21-70 Definitions.
Section 22-21-71 Purpose and construction of division.
Section 22-21-72 Incorporation - Application.
Section 22-21-73 Incorporation - Certificate of incorporation - Form and contents; approval by county commission; validation of certain certificates of incorporation.
Section 22-21-74 Incorporation - Certificate of incorporation - Filing; amendments.
Section 22-21-75 Incorporation - Certificate of incorporation - Validation of noncomplying corporations.
Section 22-21-76 Board of directors.
Section 22-21-77 Powers of corporation.
Section 22-21-78 Borrowing by corporation.
Section 22-21-79 Investment of trust funds in corporation's securities.
Section 22-21-80 Taxation exemptions.
Section 22-21-81 Transfer of hospitals and funds by counties or municipalities.
Section 22-21-82 Dissolution of corporation.
Section 22-21-83 Division cumulative.
Section 22-21-100 Definitions.
Section 22-21-101 Designation as agency to operate, etc., public hospital facilities.
Section 22-21-102 Special county tax - Payment to hospital corporation.
Section 22-21-103 Special county tax - Validation of elections - Generally.
Section 22-21-104 Special county tax - Validation of elections - Counties with population less than 50,000.
Section 22-21-105 Special county tax - Validation of elections - Elections under Amendment 72 of Constitution.
Section 22-21-106 Issuance of securities - In anticipation of tax; funds from which payable; nature of obligation.
Section 22-21-107 Issuance of securities - Terms, conditions, etc.; pledge of revenues; mortgages; foreclosure prohibited.
Section 22-21-108 Issuance of securities - Execution and delivery; interest; payment; refunding; status; tax exemption.
Section 22-21-109 Issuance of securities - Sale; expenses, etc.
Section 22-21-110 Issuance of securities - Investment of trust funds.
Section 22-21-111 Issuance of securities - Incontestability.
Section 22-21-112 Issuance of securities - Validation prior to issuance.
Section 22-21-130 Definitions.
Section 22-21-131 Purpose and construction of article.
Section 22-21-132 Incorporation - Application; resolution.
Section 22-21-133 Incorporation - Certificate of incorporation - Contents; amendments.
Section 22-21-134 Incorporation - Certificate of incorporation - Filing.
Section 22-21-135 Board of directors.
Section 22-21-136 Officers.
Section 22-21-137 Powers - Generally.
Section 22-21-138 Powers - Eminent domain.
Section 22-21-139 Conveyance of property by municipalities.
Section 22-21-140 Lease agreements with municipality.
Section 22-21-141 Bonds - Revenue.
Section 22-21-142 Bonds - Refunding.
Section 22-21-143 Bonds - Execution.
Section 22-21-144 Bonds - Security.
Section 22-21-145 Bonds - Recital and notice of issuance; limitation on actions to contest.
Section 22-21-146 Bonds - Legal investment - Banks, insurers and fiduciaries.
Section 22-21-147 Bonds - Legal investment - Municipal funds.
Section 22-21-148 Bonds - Negotiable instruments.
Section 22-21-149 Bonds - Use of proceeds.
Section 22-21-150 Bonds - Default.
Section 22-21-151 Obligations not debt of state or municipality.
Section 22-21-152 Investment of funds.
Section 22-21-153 Taxation exemption.
Section 22-21-154 Dissolution.
Section 22-21-155 Article cumulative.
Section 22-21-156 Lease of hospitals, buildings or facilities to public or nonprofit corporations.
Section 22-21-170 Definitions.
Section 22-21-171 Purpose and construction of article.
Section 22-21-172 Incorporation - Authority.
Section 22-21-173 Incorporation - Certificate of incorporation - Contents; acknowledgment; filing.
Section 22-21-174 Incorporation - Certificate of incorporation - Amendment.
Section 22-21-175 Board of directors.
Section 22-21-176 Officers; personnel.
Section 22-21-177 Formation of other corporations.
Section 22-21-178 Governmental sovereignty or immunity.
Section 22-21-179 Powers of corporation.
Section 22-21-180 Eminent domain.
Section 22-21-181 Transfer of funds and assets by counties and municipalities.
Section 22-21-182 Borrowing by corporation generally; debts not obligations of state, counties or municipalities; tax exemptions.
Section 22-21-183 Disposition of proceeds from borrowing.
Section 22-21-184 Refunding securities.
Section 22-21-185 Fiduciary investment.
Section 22-21-186 Corporation tax exempt.
Section 22-21-187 Publication of financial statement.
Section 22-21-188 Provisions exclusive.
Section 22-21-189 Applicability of provisions of state law as to ethics of public officials, etc.; purchase, etc., of goods or services from employees of corporation, etc.
Section 22-21-190 Applicability of state competitive bid law, etc.
Section 22-21-191 Dissolution of corporation.
Section 22-21-210 Definitions.
Section 22-21-211 Purpose of article.
Section 22-21-212 Administration of program; rules and regulations.
Section 22-21-214 County admissions committees - Creation; appointment, terms, qualifications and compensation of members; meetings.
Section 22-21-215 County admissions committees - Powers and duties; liability.
Section 22-21-216 Determination of need for indigents' hospitalization.
Section 22-21-217 Program participation by counties having no hospital.
Section 22-21-218 Admittance in other county when local facilities deemed inadequate.
Section 22-21-219 Payment of public funds to physicians prohibited; collection of costs, etc., from indigent patient, etc.
Section 22-21-220 Apportionment of appropriated funds to counties.
Section 22-21-221 Disposition of unexpended funds - State Board of Health.
Section 22-21-222 Disposition of unexpended funds - Counties.
Section 22-21-223 Appropriation of proceeds of special county tax or funds in county treasury.
Section 22-21-224 Expenses of State Board of Health.
Section 22-21-225 Federal funds.
Section 22-21-227 Charging, etc., for assisting person in hospitalization.
Section 22-21-240 Establishment, administration, etc., of trusts authorized; specification of terms, conditions and provisions of trusts.
Section 22-21-241 Powers and liabilities of trustees of trusts.
Section 22-21-242 Liability of hospitals and dentists as participants in trusts.
Section 22-21-243 Rights, privileges, immunities, etc., conferred by article.
Section 22-21-260 Definitions.
Section 22-21-261 Legislative findings; purpose of article.
Section 22-21-263 New institutional health services subject to review.
Section 22-21-264 Criteria for state agency review.
Section 22-21-265 Certificates of need - Required for new institutional health service.
Section 22-21-265.1 Certificates of need - No legislative intent to ratify illegal actions or false information of applicants, agents, etc.
Section 22-21-265.2 Certificates of need - Legislative intent reiterated.
Section 22-21-265.3 Certificates of need - All-digital, automated hospital exempt from review process.
Section 22-21-266 Certificates of need - Required findings for inpatient facilities.
Section 22-21-267 Certificates of need - Application for certificate or modification thereto and extensions thereof.
Section 22-21-268 Certificates of need - Emergency certificate prior to hearing.
Section 22-21-270 Certificates of need - Period for which valid; extension of time; termination; transferability.
Section 22-21-271 Certificates of need - Application fees; appropriation of funds; disposition of fees.
Section 22-21-271.1 Certificates of need - Fee increases.
Section 22-21-274 Adoption and public notice of review procedures and criteria.
Section 22-21-275 Procedures for review of applications for certificates of need.
Section 22-21-276 Injunctive relief; issuance of license for inpatient beds or facilities in violation of article prohibited; facilities in violation of article not to receive reimbursement for servic
Section 22-21-277 Article cumulative; conflicting laws.
Section 22-21-278 Kidney disease treatment centers in certain municipalities exempted from certificate of need requirement.
Section 22-21-290 Short title.
Section 22-21-291 Legislative intent.
Section 22-21-292 Definitions.
Section 22-21-293 Financial responsibility for out-of-county indigent patients treated at a regional referral hospital.
Section 22-21-294 Certification of indigency; rules.
Section 22-21-295 Obligation of regional referral hospitals.
Section 22-21-296 Procedure for settlement of disputes.
Section 22-21-297 Certification necessary for treatment; exception.
Section 22-21-300 Disclosure of policies to patients.
Section 22-21-310 Short title.
Section 22-21-311 Definitions.
Section 22-21-312 Legislative findings and intent.
Section 22-21-313 Application for incorporation of authority; authorizing resolution.
Section 22-21-314 Certificate of incorporation - Filing; form and contents; recordation.
Section 22-21-315 Certificate of incorporation - Amendment; application; approving resolution; filing and recordation of certificate.
Section 22-21-316 Board of directors; qualifications; election or appointment; terms; vacancies; reimbursement for expenses; quorum; regular, special and called meetings; waiver of notice; record of p
Section 22-21-317 Officers; election; terms; duties.
Section 22-21-318 Powers of authority.
Section 22-21-319 Extraordinary power of authority.
Section 22-21-320 Securities of authority.
Section 22-21-321 Refunding securities.
Section 22-21-322 Execution of securities.
Section 22-21-323 Source of payment; security.
Section 22-21-324 Use of proceeds.
Section 22-21-325 Obligations not debt of state, county or municipality.
Section 22-21-326 Securities issued under article as legal investments.
Section 22-21-327 Securities and coupons as negotiable instruments.
Section 22-21-328 Exemption from usury and interest laws.
Section 22-21-329 Notice of issuance of securities; limitation on actions to contest.
Section 22-21-330 Lease agreements with authorizing subdivision; terms; renewal options; special pledge as security for payment of rental, etc.; use of vacant space.
Section 22-21-331 Remedies for default in payment of securities or performance of lease agreement.
Section 22-21-332 Investment of funds.
Section 22-21-333 Exemptions from taxation.
Section 22-21-334 Nonapplicability of Ethics Act.
Section 22-21-335 Nonapplicability of competitive bid laws.
Section 22-21-336 Transfer of funds and assets to authority.
Section 22-21-337 Disposition of earnings of authority.
Section 22-21-338 Authority as designated agency for purposes of Division 2 of Article 4 of this chapter.
Section 22-21-339 Dissolution of authority.
Section 22-21-340 Multiple corporations permitted.
Section 22-21-341 Reincorporation of existing corporations.
Section 22-21-342 Provisions of article exclusive.
Section 22-21-343 Cumulative effect of article.
Section 22-21-344 Use of proceeds from hospital taxes.
Section 22-21-350 Definitions.
Section 22-21-351 Legislative findings.
Section 22-21-352 Further provision for amendment of certificates of incorporation or reincorporation.
Section 22-21-353 Further provisions respecting issuance of securities.
Section 22-21-354 Further provisions respecting use and disposition of certain property.
Section 22-21-355 Further provisions respecting investment of funds.
Section 22-21-356 Cumulative effect.
Section 22-21-357 Definitions.
Section 22-21-358 Powers of authorities.
Section 22-21-359 Legislative intention.
Section 22-21-360 Short title.
Section 22-21-361 Definitions.
Section 22-21-362 Incorporation of dental service plan corporation; management by board of directors.
Section 22-21-363 Application for certificate of authority; contents.
Section 22-21-364 Issuance of certificate; criteria.
Section 22-21-365 Consent of commissioner to charter or certificate of incorporation.
Section 22-21-366 Subscriber rates subject to approval of department; provisions in contract between corporation and dentist.
Section 22-21-367 License prerequisite to contracts with subscribers.
Section 22-21-368 Contents of proposed contracts issued to subscribers.
Section 22-21-369 Contents of proposed contracts between corporation and dentists.
Section 22-21-370 Posting of securities or surety bond; custody of securities; exemption from taxation; release of securities or bond; modification orders; hearing; effect of failure to comply.
Section 22-21-371 Individual, group, blanket or franchise contracts authorized; certificates of coverage; filing and approval of contracts and certificates; requirements; grounds for disapproval.
Section 22-21-372 Filing and approval of subscription rates; criteria; submission of relevant information.
Section 22-21-373 Filing and approval of contracts with dentists and other providers of services and amendments thereto; reports to commissioner.
Section 22-21-374 Fees and taxes; applicable insurance laws.
Section 22-21-375 Issuance of license; revocation; procedures for review and mediation of complaints.
Section 22-21-376 Relation to certain insurance provisions.
Section 22-21-377 Contracting sales representatives - Registration with commissioner; notification of termination; filing fee; regulations and controls.
Section 22-21-378 Contracting sales representatives - Accounting for funds received; diversion or appropriation of funds; penalty.
Section 22-21-379 Contracting sales representatives - Grounds for mandatory denial, suspension, revocation, or refusal to renew registration.
Section 22-21-380 Contracting sales representatives - Grounds for discretionary denial, suspension, revocation, or refusal to renew registration.
Section 22-21-381 Contracting sales representatives - Immediate revocation of registration upon conviction of violation of article; right to hearing on denial, suspension or revocation by commissioner
Section 22-21-382 Contracting sales representatives - Administrative penalty in lieu of discretionary suspension, revocation, etc.
Section 22-21-383 Deposit of moneys received by department pursuant to article.
Section 22-21-384 Practice of dentistry and Board of Dental Examiners not regulated or limited by article.
Section 22-21-385 Amendments and changes in charter, certificate of incorporation, bylaws, contracts and rates subject to department approval; filing of copy of amendments or changes.
Section 22-21-386 Examination and investigation of corporations by department; power to summon and examine witnesses; payment of expenses.
Section 22-21-387 Use of phrase "dental service plan."
Section 22-21-388 Dissolution or liquidation of corporation.
Section 22-21-389 Nonprofit corporations organized prior to May 4, 1982.
Section 22-21-390 Violations; penalties; injunctive relief.
Section 22-21-391 Promulgation of rules and regulations.
Section 22-22-1 Short title; definitions.
Section 22-22-2 Purpose of chapter; declaration of policy.
Section 22-22-7 Technical and other advisory committees.
Section 22-22-9 Powers and duties; enforcement of orders; permits; civil penalties for violations.
Section 22-22-11 Disbursement of funds.
Section 22-22-13 Chapter supplementary to other laws; powers of Attorney General not affected.
Section 22-22-14 Criminal penalty for violation of chapter, etc.
Section 22-22A-1 Short title.
Section 22-22A-2 Legislative intent and purposes of chapter.
Section 22-22A-3 Definitions.
Section 22-22A-4 Department of Environmental Management created; principal office; director; deputy director; divisions and division chiefs; transfer of functions; designation as State Environmental C
Section 22-22A-5 Powers and functions of department; representation of department by Attorney General in legal actions.
Section 22-22A-6 Environmental Management Commission; powers and duties; composition; appointments; vacancies; qualifications; terms; chairman; quorum; regular and special meetings; effect of failure
Section 22-22A-7 Hearings and procedures before commission; appeal and review.
Section 22-22A-8 Adoption of rules, regulations and standards; review by director; public notice and hearing.
Section 22-22A-9 Transfer of functions, personnel, equipment, funds, etc., to Department of Environmental Management.
Section 22-22A-10 Transfer of functions, personnel, equipment, etc., of coastal area board to Office of State Planning and Federal Programs; exception.
Section 22-22A-11 Alabama Department of Environmental Management Fund.
Section 22-22A-12 Coastal Resources Advisory Committee; composition; terms; chairman; meetings.
Section 22-22A-13 Effect of chapter on powers of Attorney General.
Section 22-22A-15 Chapter does not repeal Section 22-30-5.1.
Section 22-22A-16 Pollution Control Grant Fund.
Section 22-22B-1 Legislative findings.
Section 22-22B-2 Definitions.
Section 22-22B-3 State government program for waste reduction and the collection of recyclable wastes; planning and implementation; annual reports by agencies; what to be included in programs; coordin
Section 22-22B-4 Program for management and marketing of recyclable materials; contracts authorized.
Section 22-22B-5 Proceeds from sale of recycled materials; employee awards.
Section 22-23-20 Upgrading of water service; savings.
Section 22-23-30 Short title.
Section 22-23-31 Definitions.
Section 22-23-32 Regulatory authority of board over water supplies.
Section 22-23-33 State primary drinking water regulations.
Section 22-23-34 State secondary drinking water regulations.
Section 22-23-35 Variances and exemptions from regulations.
Section 22-23-36 Action by board regarding imminent and substantial hazards.
Section 22-23-37 Notification of users and regulatory agencies by water suppliers of certain violations, etc.
Section 22-23-38 Samples of water supplied to the public - Required.
Section 22-23-39 Samples of water supplied to the public - Analysis; fee.
Section 22-23-40 Permit to construct or modify water system - Required; prerequisite to issuance of bonds by local government unit.
Section 22-23-41 Permit to construct or modify water system - Application.
Section 22-23-42 Permit to construct or modify water system - Investigation of water system.
Section 22-23-43 Permit to construct or modify water system - Order of board upon finding that water is impure, unwholesome, etc.
Section 22-23-44 Permit to construct or modify water system - Issuance; suspension or revocation; permits in addition to others required by law.
Section 22-23-45 Right of entry of board for investigations and inspections.
Section 22-23-46 Reports of condition of water supply, plant, etc., by applicants, or suppliers.
Section 22-23-47 Polluting public water supply.
Section 22-23-48 Prohibited acts.
Section 22-23-49 Powers and duties of board in administration of article.
Section 22-23-52 Penalties.
Section 22-23-53 Public nuisances.
Section 22-23A-1 Definitions.
Section 22-23A-2 Legislative intent.
Section 22-23A-3 Alabama Water System Assistance Authority; how created; members; Water Assistance Legislative Oversight Committee.
Section 22-23A-4 Water Supply Assistance Fund established; deposits; expenditures; investments.
Section 22-23A-5 Application to become corporation; filing and recordation; certificate of incorporation; officers; board of directors; record of proceedings.
Section 22-23A-6 Powers of authority.
Section 22-23A-7 Bonds - Authorization to issue and sell; security for payment.
Section 22-23A-8 Bonds - Procedure for sale.
Section 22-23A-9 Loans in anticipation of bond issuance; refund of local funds provided by community water system.
Section 22-23A-10 Refunding bonds.
Section 22-23A-11 Establishment of dedicated source of revenue by community water system for funding of loan by authority; powers of water system; default; repayment guidelines; project accounts.
Section 22-23A-12 Investment in bonds of authority.
Section 22-23A-13 Taxation exemption.
Section 22-23A-14 Interest exemption.
Section 22-23A-15 Purpose of chapter.
Section 22-23A-16 Bonds and coupons deemed negotiable instruments.
Section 22-23A-17 Bonds, notes and certificates not debt of state.
Section 22-23B-1 Legislative findings.
Section 22-23B-2 Definitions.
Section 22-23B-3 Revolving Loan Fund established; maintenance; administration.
Section 22-23B-4 Alabama Drinking Water Finance Authority.
Section 22-23B-5 Alabama Drinking Water Finance Authority - Incorporation.
Section 22-23B-6 Alabama Drinking Water Finance Authority - Powers.
Section 22-23B-7 Purpose; issuing, selling and refunding of bonds.
Section 22-23B-8 Funding of a loan.
Section 22-23B-9 Signature; seal.
Section 22-23B-10 Usury exemption.
Section 22-23B-11 Taxation exemption.
Section 22-23B-12 Capitalization grant agreements, operating agreements, etc.
Section 22-23B-13 Legislative intent.
Section 22-23B-14 Construction.
Section 22-24-1 Definitions.
Section 22-24-2 Applicability of chapter.
Section 22-24-3 Promulgation and enforcement of rules and regulations.
Section 22-24-4 Supervision of drilling or repair by licensed driller.
Section 22-24-5 Well driller's license - Required; application; annual fee; term.
Section 22-24-7 Well driller's license - Refusal, suspension or revocation.
Section 22-24-8 Drilling requirements.
Section 22-24-11 Penalty for violation of chapter, etc.; disposition of fines.
Section 22-24-12 Exemption from provisions of chapter.
Section 22-25-1 Definitions.
Section 22-25-2 Classification of plants and systems.
Section 22-25-7 Certification of operators - Duty of director.
Section 22-25-8 Certification of operators - Examinations.
Section 22-25-9 Certification of operators - Issuance.
Section 22-25-11 Certification of operators - Term; renewal; promulgation of rules and regulations.
Section 22-25-12 Certification of operators - Revocation.
Section 22-25-13 Rules and regulations.
Section 22-25-14 Failure of operator to be certified; certain operators excepted.
Section 22-25-15 Penalty for violations of chapter.
Section 22-25-16 Reimbursement by new employer for training expenses.
Section 22-25A-1 Purpose.
Section 22-25A-2 Definitions.
Section 22-25A-3 Rules and regulations.
Section 22-25A-4 Compliance; powers and duties.
Section 22-25A-5 Certification and permitting fees.
Section 22-25A-6 Violations.
Section 22-25A-7 Public Health Management Entity Fund.
Section 22-25A-8 Certificate of economic viability.
Section 22-25A-9 Civil action.
Section 22-25A-10 Relation to other laws; applicable licenses required.
Section 22-25B-2 Exempted entities.
Section 22-25B-3 Responsibilities of wastewater management entities.
Section 22-25B-4 ADPH regulation of cluster wastewater systems.
Section 22-25B-5 ADEM regulation of community wastewater systems.
Section 22-25B-6 PSC regulation of wastewater management entities.
Section 22-25B-7 Fees and penalties.
Section 22-25B-8 Advisory group.
Section 22-25B-9 Wastewater system failure.
Section 22-25B-10 Public right-of-way crossing.
Section 22-25B-11 Civil action.
Section 22-25B-12 Relation to other laws.
Section 22-26-1 Insanitary sewage facilities menacing public health.
Section 22-26-2 Authority of state and county boards of health to require installation of plumbing facilities, connections with sanitary sewers, etc.; compliance with rules and regulations.
Section 22-26-3 Approval of plans and specifications.
Section 22-26-4 Permits for installation of plumbing within police jurisdiction of municipal corporations.
Section 22-26-5 Permits for installation of plumbing outside jurisdiction of municipal corporations.
Section 22-26-6 Penalty for violations of chapter.
Section 22-26-7 Certain land subdivided for single-family residences and not having access to public sewer not subject to subdivision regulations of State Board of Health.
Section 22-27-1 Short title.
Section 22-27-2 Definitions.
Section 22-27-3 Authority of local governing bodies as to methods of waste collections and disposal; household exemptions; approval of department; exception.
Section 22-27-4 Hazardous wastes; unauthorized dumps; vermin controls.
Section 22-27-5 Authority of localities to establish charges, fees, etc., and enter into mutual agreements or contracts; approval of department; licensing of private or corporate agencies; permits and
Section 22-27-5.1 Tipping fee for use of certain county landfills.
Section 22-27-6 Authority to adopt resolution or ordinance; rules and regulations; noncompliance as public nuisance; citation; court proceedings.
Section 22-27-7 Supervision and regulatory control; rules and regulations; penalty for violation of article.
Section 22-27-8 Financial assurance.
Section 22-27-9 Authority of Department of Environmental Management and Department of Public Health.
Section 22-27-10 Control of unauthorized dumping; open burning; construction with other rights and remedies.
Section 22-27-11 Violations; penalties; administrative orders; injunctive relief.
Section 22-27-12 Powers of department.
Section 22-27-13 Search warrants.
Section 22-27-14 Commencement of actions.
Section 22-27-15 Establishment and review of reduction goals.
Section 22-27-16 Ownership and disposition of recovered materials.
Section 22-27-17 Disposal fees; disposition of funds; exemptions; review of records; biennial report.
Section 22-27-18 Solid Waste Fund; Alabama Recycling Fund.
Section 22-27-20 Definitions.
Section 22-27-21 Purpose and construction of article.
Section 22-27-22 Authority of counties to issue and sell warrants; full faith and credit of county pledged to payment; restrictions on use of proceeds.
Section 22-27-23 Special pledges for payment of principal and interest on warrants.
Section 22-27-24 Refunding warrants.
Section 22-27-25 Investment of trust funds in warrants.
Section 22-27-26 Warrants and interest coupons as claims against county.
Section 22-27-27 Conflicts with other laws; Section 11-8-10 not applicable to warrants issued under this article.
Section 22-27-40 Legislative findings.
Section 22-27-41 Legislative purpose.
Section 22-27-42 Legislative intent.
Section 22-27-43 Definitions.
Section 22-27-44 Solid Waste Management Advisory Committee.
Section 22-27-45 State Solid Waste Management Plan.
Section 22-27-46 Regional planning and development commissions.
Section 22-27-47 Local plans required.
Section 22-27-48 Implementation of plans.
Section 22-27-49 Moratorium on issuance of permits.
Section 22-27-70 Definitions.
Section 22-27-71 Disposal in approved manners.
Section 22-27-72 Compliance with Section 22-27-71.
Section 22-27-73 Violations of article.
Section 22-27-90 Definitions.
Section 22-27-91 Approved methods of disposal.
Section 22-27-92 Transport of cooking grease.
Section 22-27-93 Compliance with article.
Section 22-27-94 Violations of article.
Section 22-28-1 Short title.
Section 22-28-2 Definitions.
Section 22-28-3 Declaration of policy; purpose of chapter.
Section 22-28-9 Authority of commission to hire consultants, assistants and other employees.
Section 22-28-10 Powers of commission generally; advisory committees.
Section 22-28-11 Emission control requirements.
Section 22-28-12 Motor vehicle emissions.
Section 22-28-13 Variances.
Section 22-28-14 Regulations - Authority of commission.
Section 22-28-15 Regulations - Hearings; procedure for adoption.
Section 22-28-16 Permits.
Section 22-28-17 Review of plans and specifications.
Section 22-28-18 Providing of information.
Section 22-28-19 Right of entry for inspection; tests and samples.
Section 22-28-20 Availability of records, reports or information.
Section 22-28-21 Air pollution emergencies.
Section 22-28-22 Proceedings upon violation of chapter; penalties; subpoenas; injunctions.
Section 22-28-23 Local air pollution control programs.
Section 22-28A-1 Short title.
Section 22-28A-2 Legislative findings.
Section 22-28A-3 Regulations, commitments relating to reduction of greenhouse gases.
Section 22-28A-4 Voluntary initiatives.
Section 22-28A-5 Effectiveness of chapter.
Section 22-29-1 Definitions.
Section 22-29-2 Purpose of chapter.
Section 22-29-3 Incorporation - Authorized.
Section 22-29-4 Incorporation - Application.
Section 22-29-5 Incorporation - Certificate of incorporation.
Section 22-29-6 Members, officers and directors; quorum; resolutions and orders.
Section 22-29-7 Powers.
Section 22-29-8 Bonds - Authorization to issue and sell; security for payment.
Section 22-29-9 Bonds - Procedure for sale.
Section 22-29-10 Bonds - Presumption of validity; contest of validity.
Section 22-29-11 Temporary financing.
Section 22-29-12 Refunding bonds.
Section 22-29-13 Execution of bonds, certificates and promissory notes.
Section 22-29-14 Bonds and coupons deemed negotiable instruments.
Section 22-29-15 Bonds, notes and certificates not debt of state.
Section 22-29-16 Custody of moneys and funds; disposition of same.
Section 22-29-17 Grants to local public bodies - Authorized.
Section 22-29-18 Grants to local public bodies - Appropriations.
Section 22-29-19 Grants to local public bodies - Applications.
Section 22-29-20 Grants to local public bodies - Plan or program.
Section 22-29-21 Grants to local public bodies - Powers of local public bodies.
Section 22-29-22 Taxation exemption.
Section 22-29-23 Dissolution.
Section 22-30-1 Short title.
Section 22-30-2 Legislative findings; purpose and intent of chapter.
Section 22-30-3 Definitions.
Section 22-30-4 Regulatory and investigative authority vested in State Department; trained personnel to monitor commercial sites for hazardous wastes; fees on waste received at such sites; hearings an
Section 22-30-5.1 Restriction on number of commercial hazardous waste treatment facilities or disposal sites per county; legislative approval of sites.
Section 22-30-5.2 Construction of provisions.
Section 22-30-6 State Department to regulate and supervise storage, disposal, etc., sites.
Section 22-30-9 General responsibilities of State Department.
Section 22-30-10 Development and revision of criteria for determining hazardous wastes.
Section 22-30-11 Adoption of regulations, guidelines, criteria and standards by State Department; states from which hazardous wastes cannot be accepted; penalty; contracts to satisfy federal capacity
Section 22-30-12 Permit program.
Section 22-30-14 Responsibilities of generators.
Section 22-30-15 Regulations as to transporters.
Section 22-30-15.1 Penalty for violation of safety and hazardous materials regulations.
Section 22-30-16 Responsibilities of hazardous waste storage and treatment facility and hazardous waste disposal site operators.
Section 22-30-17 Manifest.
Section 22-30-18 Reporting of wastes generated; when reports deemed trade secrets.
Section 22-30-19 Penalties and remedies.
Section 22-30-20 Administration of chapter.
Section 22-30-21 Certain transporters exempted from applicability of chapter.
Section 22-30-24 Chapter supplemental.
Section 22-30A-1 Legislative findings; purpose and intent of chapter.
Section 22-30A-2 Definitions.
Section 22-30A-3 Alabama Hazardous Substance Cleanup Fund established; appropriations.
Section 22-30A-4 Powers of department; use of fund.
Section 22-30A-5 Identification of inactive or abandoned sites and liable parties by director; development and implementation of cleanup plan; public comment period; orders; notice and hearing; paymen
Section 22-30A-6 Scope of cleanup plan; factors considered.
Section 22-30A-7 Annual report; to whom transmitted.
Section 22-30A-8 Liability for hazardous substance sites; action by department or Attorney General to recover expenses; administrative order or civil action; for what costs fund may be reimbursed; con
Section 22-30A-9 Liability for actions taken or omitted under chapter.
Section 22-30A-10 Right to enter property.
Section 22-30A-11 Violations of chapter; civil penalties.
Section 22-30B-1 Definitions.
Section 22-30B-1.1 Legislative findings.
Section 22-30B-2 Operator fees.
Section 22-30B-2.1 Annual payments to counties; guaranteed amount; distribution of funds.
Section 22-30B-2.2 Pledge and appropriation of funds for Public Health Finance Authority.
Section 22-30B-2.4 Restrictions on disposal of hazardous waste; exceptions.
Section 22-30B-3 Deposit and use of proceeds.
Section 22-30B-4 Additional fees to be collected by county; use.
Section 22-30B-4.1 Levy of local fees not prohibited.
Section 22-30B-5 Time for payment of fees; penalty for failure to timely pay fees; interest.
Section 22-30B-6 Penalty for failure to submit monthly reports.
Section 22-30B-7 Penalty for false or fraudulent reports.
Section 22-30B-9 Lien.
Section 22-30B-10 Monthly report to be sworn; perjury in making report.
Section 22-30B-11 Record of hazardous waste or hazardous substances received for disposal; maintenance of records; penalties.
Section 22-30B-12 Violation of chapter; restraint from continuing in business; institution of prosecution.
Section 22-30B-13.1 Credit for overpayment.
Section 22-30B-15 Confidentiality of fee reports; exception; penalty; refusal of assistant or agent of Department of Revenue to perform duties; penalty.
Section 22-30B-16 Location of reports and records.
Section 22-30B-17 Cooperation with county officials; promulgation of rules and regulations.
Section 22-30B-18 Construction of chapter; effect of Southeast Interstate Low-Level Radioactive Waste Management Compact.
Section 22-30B-19 Creation of the Alabama Legacy for Environmental Research Trust.
Section 22-30B-20 Fee to be deposited in Alabama Hazardous Substance Cleanup Fund.
Section 22-30C-1 Short title.
Section 22-30C-2 Legislative findings.
Section 22-30C-3 Wastes processed and destroyed.
Section 22-30C-4 Compliance.
Section 22-30D-1 Short title.
Section 22-30D-2 Legislative findings.
Section 22-30D-3 Definitions.
Section 22-30D-4 Election of coverage; administration of chapter; rules and regulations.
Section 22-30D-5 Alabama Drycleaning Environmental Response Trust Fund.
Section 22-30D-6 Registration; fees.
Section 22-30D-7 Expenditure of funds.
Section 22-30D-8 Advisory board.
Section 22-30D-9 Liability.
Section 22-30D-10 Administration allowance; disposition of revenues.
Section 22-30D-11 Appropriations.
Section 22-30D-12 Notification.
Section 22-30E-1 Short title.
Section 22-30E-2 Legislative findings; purpose and intent of chapter; establishment of voluntary assessment and/or cleanup program for properties with potential environmental contamination.
Section 22-30E-3 Definitions.
Section 22-30E-4 Authority of the department to establish rules and regulations.
Section 22-30E-5 Additional powers and duties of department.
Section 22-30E-6 Criteria for property qualification for voluntary cleanup program.
Section 22-30E-7 Criteria for applicant participation in voluntary cleanup program.
Section 22-30E-8 Criteria for qualification for limitation of liability.
Section 22-30E-9 Requirements for voluntary property assessment plans, voluntary cleanup plans; financial assurance.
Section 22-30E-10 Limitation of liability provisions.
Section 22-30E-11 Voluntary Cleanup Properties Inventory list.
Section 22-30E-12 Alabama Land Recycling and Economic Redevelopment Commission.
Section 22-30E-13 Stakeholders Advisory Committee.
Section 22-30F-1 Short title.
Section 22-30F-2 Legislative findings; purpose and intent of chapter; establishment of revolving loan program for voluntary remediation of environmentally contaminated areas.
Section 22-30F-3 Definitions.
Section 22-30F-4 Revolving Loan Fund established; maintenance; administration.
Section 22-30F-5 Alabama Land Recycling Finance Authority. - Generally.
Section 22-30F-6 Alabama Land Recycling Finance Authority - Incorporation.
Section 22-30F-7 Alabama Land Recycling Finance Authority - Powers.
Section 22-30F-8 Funding of a loan.
Section 22-30F-9 Usury exemption.
Section 22-30F-10 Capitalization grant agreements, operating agreements, other arrangements.
Section 22-30F-11 Legislative intent.
Section 22-31-1 Determination of death.
Section 22-31-2 Use of other methods.
Section 22-31-3 Procedure where part of body to be used for transplantation.
Section 22-31-4 Liability for acts.
Section 22-32-1 Enactment of Southeast Interstate Low-Level Radioactive Waste Management Compact.
Section 22-32-2 Members of Southeast Interstate Low-Level Radioactive Waste Management Commission.
Section 22-32-3 Acquisition of waste disposal site.
Section 22-32-4 Authorization to operate site; users' charges; lease or contract for operation and disposal of low-level radioactive wastes.
Section 22-32-5 Radiation Safety Fund; licensing and inspection fees; bond of contractor-leasor; perpetual care fund; operating fund; compact commission fund; royalty fees; appropriation.
Section 22-32-6 Delegation of authority to stop, inspect and enforce regulations.
Section 22-32-7 Cooperation of departments, agencies, officers and political subdivisions with commission.
Section 22-32-8 Issuance of order prohibiting use of source of ionizing radiation for nonpayment of fees; impoundment or seizure; release on payment of fees, costs, etc.; auction of unredeemed equipme
Section 22-32-9 Effective date.
Section 22-34-1 Definitions.
Section 22-34-2 Legislative intent.
Section 22-34-3 Revolving fund established; use of funds; administration of fund; annual report.
Section 22-34-4 Water pollution control authority established; membership.
Section 22-34-5 Application for corporation; contents; officers; board of directors; record of proceedings.
Section 22-34-6 General powers.
Section 22-34-7 Authority authorized to issue bonds.
Section 22-34-8 Sale of bonds.
Section 22-34-9 Certificates or notes in anticipation of bonds.
Section 22-34-10 Refunding bonds.
Section 22-34-11 Dedicated source of revenue to repay moneys; default; accounting standards.
Section 22-34-12 Investment in authority bonds.
Section 22-34-13 Tax exempt.
Section 22-34-14 Exempt from usury laws.
Section 22-34-15 No proceeding, notice or approval required.
Section 22-34-16 Negotiable instruments.
Section 22-34-17 Obligations solely of authority.
Section 22-35-1 Legislative findings and intent.
Section 22-35-2 Short title.
Section 22-35-3 Definitions.
Section 22-35-4 Alabama Underground and Aboveground Storage Tank Trust Fund.
Section 22-35-5 Fee; withdrawals; disposition of funds; liability for clean-up costs; audit.
Section 22-35-6 Alabama Underground and Aboveground Storage Tank Trust Fund Management Board created; composition; powers and duties; compensation.
Section 22-35-7 Financial responsibility requirements for taking response action.
Section 22-35-8 Rehabilitation of contamination sites.
Section 22-35-9 Administration cost of chapter; annual budgets for administration.
Section 22-35-10 Rules and regulations; department may require owner or operator to provide information.
Section 22-35-11 Notice to underground and aboveground storage tank owners of provisions of chapter.
Section 22-35-12 Liability of underground and aboveground storage tank owner.
Section 22-35-13 No disbursements from fund until adoption of rules and regulations governing disbursements.
Section 22-36-1 Short title.
Section 22-36-2 Definitions.
Section 22-36-3 Rules and regulations governing underground storage tanks.
Section 22-36-4 Information to be furnished by owner upon request of department; owner to permit access to records and entry and inspection of facilities.
Section 22-36-5 Tank regulation fee.
Section 22-36-6 Expenditure of funds from leaking Underground Storage Tank Trust Fund; investigative and corrective powers in regard to administration of funds; liability of owner or operator for cost
Section 22-36-7 Rules and regulations to establish and protect wellhead areas.
Section 22-36-8 Availability to public of records, reports, or information obtained under chapter.
Section 22-36-9 Penalties.
Section 22-36-10 Rules and regulations.
Section 22-37-1 Short title.
Section 22-37-2 Definitions.
Section 22-37-3 Rules and regulations.
Section 22-37-4 Amendment of city and county plumbing codes to include provisions of this chapter.
Section 22-37-5 Notice to customers of water suppliers of potential for lead contamination.
Section 22-37-6 Use or sale of materials that are not lead-free for drinking water system or plumbing; civil penalty.
Section 22-37A-1 Short title.
Section 22-37A-2 Definitions.
Section 22-37A-3 Scope of chapter; functions of board.
Section 22-37A-4 Investigations.
Section 22-37A-5 Certification of persons engaged in lead hazard reduction on activities; powers of board.
Section 22-37A-6 Designating Safe State as accreditation agency; powers of Safe State.
Section 22-37A-7 Certification; violation.
Section 22-37A-8 Injunctive relief.
Section 22-37A-9 Fee, fines, etc. collected.
Section 22-38-1 Short title.
Section 22-38-2 Definitions.
Section 22-38-3 Legislative intent.
Section 22-38-4 Administration of federal funds by committee; transfer of federal funds received by other state agencies to committee; application to Legislature for matching funds; coordination of us
Section 22-38-5 Disbursement of funds.
Section 22-38-6 Priorities for all nonpoint source pollution control; administration of grants in accordance with priorities; committee to provide information to department as to progress in water qua
Section 22-38-7 Department is lead agency in developing state plan; authority to contract with other state agencies.
Section 22-38-8 Rules and regulations; personnel.
Section 22-39-1 Purpose.
Section 22-39-2 Short title.
Section 22-39-3 Services requiring accreditation by the state.
Section 22-39-4 Safe-State Program designated accreditation agency; duties; fees.
Section 22-39-5 Certification requirement; civil penalty.
Section 22-40-1 REPEALED AND SUPERSEDED BY CHAPTER 40A EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 1, 2004. Definitions.
Section 22-40-2 REPEALED AND SUPERSEDED BY CHAPTER 40A EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 1, 2004. Scrap tire license - Generally.
Section 22-40-3 REPEALED AND SUPERSEDED BY CHAPTER 40A EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 1, 2004. Scrap tire license - Display; decal.
Section 22-40-4 REPEALED AND SUPERSEDED BY CHAPTER 40A EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 1, 2004. Disposal of scrap tires.
Section 22-40-5 REPEALED AND SUPERSEDED BY CHAPTER 40A EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 1, 2004. Records - receivers.
Section 22-40-6 REPEALED AND SUPERSEDED BY CHAPTER 40A EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 1, 2004. Records - Transporters.
Section 22-40-7 REPEALED AND SUPERSEDED BY CHAPTER 40A EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 1, 2004. Records - Collection.
Section 22-40-8 REPEALED AND SUPERSEDED BY CHAPTER 40A EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 1, 2004. Enforcement.
Section 22-40-9 REPEALED AND SUPERSEDED BY CHAPTER 40A EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 1, 2004. Distribution of funds.
Section 22-40-10 REPEALED AND SUPERSEDED BY CHAPTER 40A EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 1, 2004. Scrap Tire Study Commission.
Section 22-40-11 REPEALED AND SUPERSEDED BY CHAPTER 40A EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 1, 2004. Construction and administration of chapter.
Section 22-40A-1 Short title.
Section 22-40A-2 Legislative findings; purpose.
Section 22-40A-3 Definitions.
Section 22-40A-4 Accumulation and exposure limits.
Section 22-40A-5 Cleanup; reports; regulations; remediation management.
Section 22-40A-6 Receivers generally.
Section 22-40A-7 Transportation of scrap tires; permits.
Section 22-40A-8 Processing of scrap tires; permits.
Section 22-40A-9 Manifests; out-of-state tires transported into Alabama.
Section 22-40A-10 Financial assurance.
Section 22-40A-11 Administration and enforcement.
Section 22-40A-12 Delegation agreements; county responsibilities.
Section 22-40A-13 End use market development program.
Section 22-40A-14 Scrap tire environmental fee.
Section 22-40A-15 Distribution of fee proceeds.
Section 22-40A-16 Disposition of funds.
Section 22-40A-17 Evaluation of suspected property; notice; costs.
Section 22-40A-18 Violations.
Section 22-40A-19 Penalties.
Section 22-40A-20 Applicability to government organizations.
Section 22-40A-21 Scrap Tire Commission.
Section 22-40A-22 Scrap Tire Fund.
Section 22-40A-23 Implementation of chapter.
Section 22-40A-24 Chapter ineffective upon abolition of scrap tire environmental fee.

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Section 22-1-1 "State Health Department" defined.
Section 22-1-2 Conflicts between municipal and general health laws.
Section 22-1-3 Control of public health work under county and state boards of health.
Section 22-1-4 Appointment of subordinate officers and employees; control of expenditures.
Section 22-1-5 Salaries of public health dentists.
Section 22-1-6 Public dispensaries treating communicable diseases.
Section 22-1-7 Procedure when county health officer, etc., resisted.
Section 22-1-8 Penalty for violation of health or quarantine law.
Section 22-1-9 Certain county and local laws unaffected by title.
Section 22-1-11 Making false statement or representation of material fact in claim or application for payments on medical benefits from Medicaid Agency generally; kickbacks, bribes, etc.; exceptions;
Section 22-1-12 Cardiac arrest survival.
Section 22-1-13 Breastfeeding children in public or private locations.
Section 22-2-1 State Board of Health - How constituted.
Section 22-2-2 State Board of Health - Authority and jurisdiction.
Section 22-2-3 State Board of Health - Annual report to Governor.
Section 22-2-4 State Committee of Public Health - How constituted.
Section 22-2-5 State Committee of Public Health - Prerogatives, powers and duties.
Section 22-2-6 When state committee to act for state board; meetings of state committee.
Section 22-2-7 Annual report to Legislature by state committee; requests by same for information.
Section 22-2-8 State Health Officer.
Section 22-2-9 Council on Dental Health, Council on Animal and Environmental Health, Council on Prevention of Disease and Medical Care and Council on Health Costs, Administration and Organization - Cr
Section 22-2-10 Council on Dental Health, Council on Animal and Environmental Health, Council on Prevention of Disease and Medical Care and Council on Health Costs, Administration and Organization - C
Section 22-2-11 Compensation of State Health Department personnel.
Section 22-2-12 How salaries, costs, and expenses to be paid.
Section 22-2-13 Recovery of expenses by health officer, sheriff, or bond constable.
Section 22-2-14 Penalty for violation of State Board of Health rules or regulations.
Section 22-2A-1 Legislative findings.
Section 22-2A-2 Definitions.
Section 22-2A-3 Program and procedures; exceptions; competitive bidding.
Section 22-2A-4 Applicability of chapter.
Section 22-2A-5 Access to medications by certain clients.
Section 22-2A-6 Medicaid Agency exempt.
Section 22-2A-7 Disposition of funds.
Section 22-3-1 County boards of health - How constituted.
Section 22-3-2 County boards of health - Duties generally.
Section 22-3-3 County boards of health - Authority to receive, hold, etc., money, real estate, etc.
Section 22-3-4 County health officers - Powers.
Section 22-3-5 County health officers - Duties generally.
Section 22-3-6 County health officers - Salary.
Section 22-3-7 County health officers - Bond.
Section 22-3-8 County quarantine officers.
Section 22-3-9 Appointment of sanitary officers.
Section 22-3-10 Tax to establish and maintain county health officer and health department.
Section 22-3-11 Appropriations by municipalities for public health work.
Section 22-3-12 Payment of health department claims, etc., out of county or municipal budgets.
Section 22-3A-1 Legislative findings and declarations.
Section 22-3A-3 Creation of corporation; members.
Section 22-3A-2 Definitions.
Section 22-3A-4 Application.
Section 22-3A-5 Certificate of incorporation.
Section 22-3A-6 Members; officers; terms; records; meetings; appointment of Governor's designee.
Section 22-3A-7 Powers of authority.
Section 22-3A-8 Issuance of bonds.
Section 22-3A-9 Form of bonds; redemption option.
Section 22-3A-10 Authentication of bonds.
Section 22-3A-11 Sale of bonds.
Section 22-3A-12 Nature of bonds.
Section 22-3A-13 Tax exemption; use of bonds as security; investment in bonds.
Section 22-3A-14 Refunding bonds.
Section 22-3A-15 Disposition of proceeds of bonds; Public Health Facilities Building Fund; powers of authority; improvement and construction defined; supervision; bidding.
Section 22-3A-16 Appropriation made; Debt Service Reserve Fund established.
Section 22-3A-17 Obligations, etc., as obligations of authority and not state.
Section 22-3A-18 Investment of proceeds from bond sale; when authorized; application of income.
Section 22-3A-19 Certain public health facilities as primary obligation of authority; reimbursement to counties; refinancing or refunding of obligations.
Section 22-3A-20 Authority as nonprofit corporation.
Section 22-3A-21 Dissolution of authority.
Section 22-3A-22 Payment by State Treasurer authorized; records.
Section 22-3A-23 Approval of allocations other than those in Section 22-3A- 19(a) to be unanimous.
Section 22-3A-24 Payments and investment agreements to ensure federal tax exemption.
Section 22-4-1 Short title.
Section 22-4-2 Definitions.
Section 22-4-3 State Board of Health designated as State Health Planning and Development Agency; powers and duties generally.
Section 22-4-4 Establishment of internal divisions or bureaus and professional staff by State Board of Health.
Section 22-4-6 Appropriations to State Board of Health.
Section 22-4-5 Adoption, revision, etc., of rules, regulations, standards, etc., by State Board of Health; appeals therefrom; State Board of Health not to discriminate among branches of healing arts i
Section 22-4-7 Statewide Health Coordinating Council - Establishment; composition; qualifications, appointment and terms of office of members; officers; meetings; vacancies; appointment of consultants
Section 22-4-8 Statewide Health Coordinating Council - Functions.
Section 22-4-9 Health systems agencies.
Section 22-4-10 Cooperation of officers, agencies, etc., of state, etc., with State Board of Health and Statewide Health Coordinating Council.
Section 22-4-11 Preparation, adoption, etc., of preliminary state health plan generally; provision in plan for visual care.
Section 22-4-12 Designation of State Board of Health as state agency for receipt, administration, etc., of funds for preparation, administration, etc., of State Health Plan.
Section 22-4-13 Preparation, review, and revision of State Medical Facilities Plan.
Section 22-4-14 Construction, operation, etc., of public hospitals, health centers, etc., by State Board of Health; power of State Board of Health to cooperate and enter into contracts with federal go
Section 22-4-15 Designation of State Board of Health as state agency for receipt and administration of funds, gifts, etc., for construction, maintenance, etc., of public health care facilities; power
Section 22-4-16 Acquisition, purchase, sale, etc., by State Board of Health of land, buildings, etc., for carrying out health care facility construction and operation program.
Section 22-4-17 Construction and implementation of provisions of chapter.
Section 22-4A-1 Legislative findings and declarations.
Section 22-4A-2 Family Practice Rural Health Board created; members; chairman and officers; per diem and mileage.
Section 22-4A-3 Determination and prioritization of medically underserved areas.
Section 22-4A-4 Accreditation of residency program prerequisite to allocation of funds.
Section 22-4A-5 Allocation and distribution of funds; purposes.
Section 22-4A-6 Identification of unmet needs and resources; annual report.
Section 22-4A-7 No authority over other programs.
Section 22-4B-1 Definitions.
Section 22-4B-2 Legislative intent.
Section 22-4B-3 Loans for nursing degree - Eligibility - Contract - Cancellation of loan - Recovery of unpaid balance.
Section 22-4B-4 Maximum loan amount - Repayment by working for department or Federally-funded Community Health Center - Balance due and payable upon demand for failure to remain employed or for withdr
Section 22-4B-5 Loans and salaries to department employees authorized.
Section 22-4B-6 Paid educational leave - Duties in the health department - Attendance reports.
Section 22-4B-7 Disbursal of loan funds - Educational institution reimbursed.
Section 22-5-1 "Physical fitness" defined.
Section 22-5-2 Creation and purpose of commission.
Section 22-5-3 Composition; compensation.
Section 22-5-4 Meetings; rules and regulations.
Section 22-5-5 Duties of commission.
Section 22-5-6 Executive director; application of Merit System to commission employees.
Section 22-5-7 Personnel.
Section 22-5-8 Annual report.
Section 22-5-9 Acceptance of gifts or grants.
Section 22-5A-1 Short title.
Section 22-5A-2 Definitions.
Section 22-5A-3 Duties of State Ombudsman and department.
Section 22-5A-4 Selection of community ombudsmen; training; certification; duties; area plan to describe program; notification of department as to prospective ombudsmen; advisory committee on program.
Section 22-5A-5 Procedures for receiving complaints; informing recipients of ombudsman program.
Section 22-5A-6 Procedures for resolving complaints.
Section 22-5A-7 Limited immunity of person or agency making report, etc.
Section 22-6-1 Appropriations.
Section 22-6-2 Payment of contract adjustments.
Section 22-6-3 Disposition of fund balances.
Section 22-6-4 Copayments by persons receiving medical services from physicians under program.
Section 22-6-4.1 Copayments by persons receiving medical services from physicians or other medical practitioners under program.
Section 22-6-4.2 Copayments for prescription drugs.
Section 22-6-5.1 Collection of patient's income by tax collector; payment to Medicaid Agency; exceptions; rules and regulations.
Section 22-6-6 Subrogation of state to rights of recipients of medical assistance under program against persons, etc., causing injury, etc., thereto; manner of enforcement of rights of state; effect o
Section 22-6-6.1 Assignment to state of recipients' rights to payments for medical care; authorization to release needed information.
Section 22-6-7 Medicaid Agency authorized to contract with fiscal intermediaries for purpose of receiving, processing, and paying claims.
Section 22-6-7.1 Procurement of prescription eyewear.
Section 22-6-8 Revocation of eligibility of recipient upon determination of abuse, fraud, or misuse of benefits; when eligibility may be restored; award of restricted status to pregnant recipient whos
Section 22-6-9 Medicaid identification card; issuance and use; confidentiality of recipient.
Section 22-6-10 Women's right to health care.
Section 22-6-11 Breast and cervical cancer prevention and treatment.
Section 22-6-20 Legislative intent.
Section 22-6-21 Short title.
Section 22-6-22 Reference to federal law.
Section 22-6-23 "Facility" defined.
Section 22-6-24 Responsible agency; deposit of funds; appropriation.
Section 22-6-25 Enforcement remedies; adoption of criteria.
Section 22-6-26 Health department functions and responsibilities.
Section 22-6-27 Resident Protection Trust Fund; appropriation; use.
Section 22-6-30 Fund established; purpose.
Section 22-6-31 Moneys in fund appropriated to Alabama Medicaid Agency.
Section 22-6-32 Unobligated balance not to revert to General Fund but to be carried forward.
Section 22-6-40 Medicaid Agency authorized to increase financing and adjust insurance premiums for family practitioners, pediatricians and obstetricians.
Section 22-6-41 Availability of increased financing.
Section 22-6-42 Administration of financing program; establishment of rules and criteria for alleviating rural problems and reducing high infant mortality rates.
Section 22-6-70 Created.
Section 22-6-71 Board of directors.
Section 22-6-72 Duties of State Treasurer; disposition of funds.
Section 22-6-73 Powers of board.
Section 22-6-90 Short title.
Section 22-6-91 Definitions.
Section 22-6-92 Use of funds; annual certification.
Section 22-6-93 Transfer of funds - Generally.
Section 22-6-94 Transfer of funds - Use by Medicaid Agency.
Section 22-6-95 Transfer of funds - Annual certification.
Section 22-6-96 Transfer of funds - Return of uncertified funds.
Section 22-6-97 Transfer of funds - Return of noncomplying funds.
Section 22-6-98 Rules and regulations.
Section 22-6-120 Legislative findings.
Section 22-6-121 Medicaid Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee - Composition; meetings.
Section 22-6-122 Medicaid Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee - Classification and recommendation of drugs; assurance of quality patient care; review of pharmaceutical products.
Section 22-6-123 Considerations for inclusions on preferred drug list; review; adoption of list.
Section 22-6-124 Confidentiality of information.
Section 22-7-1 Authority to charge and collect fees or charges.
Section 22-7-2 Schedule of fees; what fees to include.
Section 22-7-3 Waiver of payment.
Section 22-7-4 Payment of collected fees into Home Health Service Fund.
Section 22-7-5 Appropriation, allocation and expenditure of receipts.
Section 22-7-6 Rules and regulations.
Section 22-8-1 Persons physically or mentally unable to consent.
Section 22-8-2 When consent of missing husband or wife not required.
Section 22-8-3 When physician may proceed without consent of parent.
Section 22-8-4 When minor may give consent generally.
Section 22-8-5 Consent of minor for self and child.
Section 22-8-6 Consent of any minor as to pregnancy, venereal disease, drug dependency, alcohol toxicity and reportable diseases.
Section 22-8-7 Effect of minor's consent; liability of physicians, etc.; waiver of rights or causes of action.
Section 22-8-8 Consents authorized deemed cumulative.
Section 22-8-9 Consent of minor to donation of bone marrow; consent by parent or legal guardian.
Section 22-8A-1 Short title.
Section 22-8A-2 Legislative intent.
Section 22-8A-3 Definitions.
Section 22-8A-4 Advance Directive for Health Care; living will and health care proxy.
Section 22-8A-5 Revocation of advance directive for health care.
Section 22-8A-6 Proxy to comply with instructions, intent of patient.
Section 22-8A-7 Competency of declarant; liability of participating physician, facility, etc.
Section 22-8A-8 Refusal of health care provider to comply; penalties.
Section 22-8A-9 Withholding or withdrawal of treatment, etc., not suicide; execution of advance directive not to affect sale, etc., of life or health insurance nor be condition for receipt of treatmen
Section 22-8A-10 Provisions of chapter not an approval of mercy killing, etc.
Section 22-8A-11 Surrogate; requirements; attending physician consulted, intent of patient followed; persons who may serve as surrogate; priority; validity of decisions; liability; form; declaratory a
Section 22-8A-12 Validity of advance health care directive executed in another state.
Section 22-8A-13 Effect of prior declarations.
Section 22-8A-14 Filing and recording of living will; fee; inspection; duty of declarant to provide copy to health care providers.
Section 22-9A-1 Definitions.
Section 22-9A-2 Office of Vital Statistics and statewide system of vital statistics.
Section 22-9A-3 Appointment of State Registrar of Vital Statistics; duties of State Registrar.
Section 22-9A-4 Registration districts.
Section 22-9A-5 Local registrars and deputy registrars of vital statistics.
Section 22-9A-6 Content of certificates and reports.
Section 22-9A-7 Registration of births.
Section 22-9A-8 Registration of infants of unknown parentage.
Section 22-9A-9 Delayed registration of birth.
Section 22-9A-10 Judicial procedure to establish facts of birth.
Section 22-9A-11 Court reports of adoption.
Section 22-9A-12 New birth certificate upon adoption, legitimation, or paternity determination; availability of original certificate; contact preference form.
Section 22-9A-13 Reports of fetal death; reports of induced termination of pregnancy.
Section 22-9A-14 Death registration.
Section 22-9A-15 Delayed registration of death.
Section 22-9A-16 Authorization for final disposition.
Section 22-9A-17 Marriage registration.
Section 22-9A-18 Divorce registration.
Section 22-9A-19 Amendment of vital records.
Section 22-9A-20 Reproduction of vital records.
Section 22-9A-21 Disclosure of information from vital records.
Section 22-9A-22 Copies or data from the system of vital statistics.
Section 22-9A-23 Fees.
Section 22-9A-24 Persons required to keep records and to furnish information.
Section 22-9A-25 Enforcement.
Section 22-9A-26 Penalty for violation of chapter or rules of the State Board of Health.
Section 22-9A-27 Continuation of rules and forms.
Section 22-9A-28 Applicability.
Section 22-10-1 Enumeration of conditions, etc., constituting public nuisances menacing public health.
Section 22-10-2 How and by whom nuisances to be abated.
Section 22-10-3 Summary destruction of property without compensation.
Section 22-10A-1 Declaration of policy.
Section 22-10A-2 Diagnostic facilities, genetic counseling and prenatal testing for genetic disorders at University of Alabama in Birmingham and University of South Alabama.
Section 22-10A-3 Participation by individuals voluntary.
Section 22-10B-1 Establishment.
Section 22-10B-2 Membership; confirmation by Senate; chair and vice chair; reimbursement for expenditures.
Section 22-10B-3 Duties.
Section 22-10B-4 Approval and funding to provide services; budget.
Section 22-10B-5 Sickle cell services.
Section 22-10B-6 Status as enumerated agency under Section 41-20-3(a)(6).
Section 22-10B-7 Exemption of Alabama Department of Public Health.
Section 22-11A-1 State Board of Health to designate notifiable diseases and health conditions.
Section 22-11A-2 Persons responsible to report diseases; contents of report; confidential information; person making report immune from liability.
Section 22-11A-3 Action of health officer upon being notified of diseases; quarantine.
Section 22-11A-4 Physician, hospital, etc., records available to Health Officer.
Section 22-11A-5 When State Board of Health to take charge of investigation.
Section 22-11A-6 Penalty for failure to make report.
Section 22-11A-7 Persons having notifiable disease to obey directions of health officials.
Section 22-11A-8 Health officer to investigate complaints of diseases; afflicted persons to be moved to suitable place; expenses of removal.
Section 22-11A-9 Tuberculosis cases to be reported; contents of report; reports confidential.
Section 22-11A-10 State Board of Health to investigate reported cases of tuberculosis; voluntary treatment; probate court may order compulsory treatment and quarantine; cost of treatment; exercise of
Section 22-11A-11 Contract hospitals to admit indigent patients with chronic lung diseases; costs.
Section 22-11A-12 Statewide outpatient clinics; State Board of Health to contract for regional tuberculosis hospitals; expenditures.
Section 22-11A-13 Sexually transmitted diseases.
Section 22-11A-14 Cases of sexually transmitted diseases to be reported; contents of report; reports confidential; penalty for violation; measures for protection of others.
Section 22-11A-16 Serologic or other biologic sample required to be taken of pregnant women and of newborns.
Section 22-11A-17 Testing of correctional facility inmates for sexually transmitted diseases; treatment; discharge of infectious inmates; victim may request results of HIV testing.
Section 22-11A-18 Isolation of person believed to have sexually transmitted disease; such person required to report for treatment; costs; compulsory treatment and quarantine.
Section 22-11A-19 Minor 12 years or older may consent to medical treatment for sexually transmitted disease; medical care provider may inform parent or guardian.
Section 22-11A-20 Physicians to instruct persons on prevention and cure of sexually transmitted diseases.
Section 22-11A-21 Penalties for treating or preparing medicine without a license; penalty for person afflicted with sexually transmitted disease to transmit such disease to another person.
Section 22-11A-22 Medical records of persons infected with sexually transmitted diseases confidential; penalty for release.
Section 22-11A-23 Any person believed exposed to diseases to be tested; any person believed afflicted shall seek and accept treatment.
Section 22-11A-24 Commitment to Department of Public Health for compulsory treatment when person exposed or afflicted and refuses treatment.
Section 22-11A-25 Commitment petition - Contents.
Section 22-11A-26 Commitment petition - Probate judge may take sworn testimony of petitioner; petition without merit to be dismissed.
Section 22-11A-27 Commitment petition - Notice of petition to be served; contents.
Section 22-11A-28 Commitment petition - Limitations placed upon liberty of person; probate judge determination; standard for imposing limitations; probable cause hearing; temporary treatment before fi
Section 22-11A-29 Commitment petition - Appointment of guardian ad litem and attorney.
Section 22-11A-30 Commitment petition - Order for person to appear for hearing and be examined by physician.
Section 22-11A-31 Commitment petition - Rules to apply at hearings.
Section 22-11A-32 Commitment petition - Findings; rehearing; confinement when no treatment available.
Section 22-11A-33 Probate court retains jurisdiction over person committed.
Section 22-11A-34 Law enforcement officers to convey person to custody of Department of Public Health; public health facilities to report on progress of persons committed.
Section 22-11A-35 Attorney and expert fees.
Section 22-11A-36 Appeal of commitment order; notice of appeal; limitations to be placed upon liberty of person pending appeal.
Section 22-11A-37 Testing and treatment of inmate of correctional facility.
Section 22-11A-38 Notification of third parties of disease; rules; who may be notified; liability; confidentiality; disclosure of information for certain criminal proceedings; penalty.
Section 22-11A-39 Notification of pre-hospital agencies who assisted in delivering person with infectious disease to hospital.
Section 22-11A-40 Laboratory tests for AIDS and other diseases; fees; personnel.
Section 22-11A-41 Approval of testing or diagnostic kits.
Section 22-11A-50 Definitions.
Section 22-11A-51 Informed consent required for HIV testing.
Section 22-11A-52 Informed consent implied under certain circumstances.
Section 22-11A-53 Notification of positive test result; counseling; referral to appropriate health care services; explanation of individual responsibility.
Section 22-11A-54 Confidentiality.
Section 22-11A-60 Definitions.
Section 22-11A-61 Reporting of infected worker to State Health Officer.
Section 22-11A-62 Performing invasive procedures.
Section 22-11A-63 Investigation by State Health Officer.
Section 22-11A-64 Appeal process.
Section 22-11A-65 Monitoring of practice of infected health care worker.
Section 22-11A-66 Violations.
Section 22-11A-67 Records and information necessary to assist investigation.
Section 22-11A-68 Immunity from liability for those involved in investigation.
Section 22-11A-69 Confidentiality standards; uses of information gained during investigation.
Section 22-11A-70 Promulgation of rules for administration.
Section 22-11A-71 Entitlement to costs.
Section 22-11A-72 Penalties.
Section 22-11A-73 Reporting requirements; knowledge of infection through application.
Section 22-11A-90 Organizations receiving funds.
Section 22-11A-91 Disbursement of funds.
Section 22-11A-92 Expenses for administration.
Section 22-11A-93 Tax exemption.
Section 22-11A-110 Short title.
Section 22-11A-111 Definitions.
Section 22-11A-112 Health care facility acquired infection data collection and dissemination.
Section 22-11A-113 Rules and regulations governing implementation.
Section 22-11A-114 Reporting categories.
Section 22-11A-115 Submission of first report.
Section 22-11A-116 Confidentiality of information.
Section 22-11A-117 Studies and publication.
Section 22-11A-118 Health Care Data Advisory Council.
Section 22-11A-119 Rules and regulations governing penalties.
Section 22-11A-120 Rules and regulations governing dissemination and costs.
Section 22-11A-121 Use of data.
Section 22-11A-122 Enforcement.
Section 22-11A-123 Priority of federal program.
Section 22-11A-124 Construction.
Section 22-11B-1 Health care providers upon request required to give immunization status of patients.
Section 22-11B-2 Immunization registry.
Section 22-11B-3 Medicaid recipients deemed to have given consent to information release with receipt of services.
Section 22-11B-4 Limited immunity of person or entity providing information.
Section 22-11C-1 Short title.
Section 22-11C-2 Legislative intent.
Section 22-11C-3 Definitions.
Section 22-11C-4 Alabama Statewide Head and Spinal Cord Injury Registry.
Section 22-11C-5 Reporting injuries; access to records.
Section 22-11C-6 Notice of available state assistance; referrals.
Section 22-11C-7 Confidentiality; disclosure of information.
Section 22-11C-8 Exchange of information with other registries.
Section 22-11C-9 Registry funding.
Section 22-11C-10 Advisory Panel on Head and Spinal Cord Injury.
Section 22-11C-11 Report of findings and recommendations.
Section 22-11C-12 Liability under chapter.
Section 22-11D-1 Legislative findings.
Section 22-11D-2 Definitions.
Section 22-11D-3 Establishment and operation of statewide trauma system.
Section 22-11D-4 Verification and certification of trauma center status.
Section 22-11D-5 Establishment of council; composition; meetings.
Section 22-11D-6 Statewide trauma registry.
Section 22-11D-7 Designation of trauma care regions; regional trauma advisory councils.
Section 22-11D-8 Rules and regulations.
Section 22-11D-9 Statewide Trauma System Fund.
Section 22-12-1 Enforcement of quarantine.
Section 22-12-2 State quarantine authority paramount.
Section 22-12-3 Exercise of rights and duties by public health committees and officers.
Section 22-12-4 Proclamation of quarantine by Governor.
Section 22-12-5 Amendment of regulations and changes of territory.
Section 22-12-6 Investigations; quarantine pending investigations.
Section 22-12-7 Refusal of investigation by authorities outside state.
Section 22-12-9 Duty of vessel master ordered to perform quarantine.
Section 22-12-10 Unauthorized removal of vessel from quarantine.
Section 22-12-11 Violation of regulations as to arriving vessels.
Section 22-12-12 Proclamation of quarantine in county, city, or town.
Section 22-12-13 Enforcement of local quarantine.
Section 22-12-14 Quarantine of infected portions of county - Establishment.
Section 22-12-15 Quarantine of infected portions of county - Enforcement.
Section 22-12-16 Expense of enforcing local quarantine.
Section 22-12-17 Report of local quarantine to state.
Section 22-12-18 Quarantine of person coming from infected place.
Section 22-12-19 Establishment of place of detention.
Section 22-12-20 Attempted escapes and escapes from detention.
Section 22-12-21 Supervision of public conveyances affected by quarantine; refusal of freight, etc.
Section 22-12-22 Transportation of person or thing in violation of quarantine.
Section 22-12-23 Free rides on public transports for quarantine officers.
Section 22-12-24 Passing of quarantine lines by state quarantine officers and guards.
Section 22-12-26 Arrests without warrants.
Section 22-12-29 Affidavits by persons desiring to enter or remain in certain places.
Section 22-12A-1 Short title.
Section 22-12A-2 Legislative intent; "perinatal" defined.
Section 22-12A-3 Plan to reduce infant mortality and handicapping conditions; procedure, contents, etc.
Section 22-12A-4 Bureau of Maternal and Child Health to develop priorities, guidelines, etc.
Section 22-12A-5 Bureau to present report to legislative committee; public health funds not to be used.
Section 22-12A-6 Use of funds generally.
Section 22-12B-1 Established; purpose.
Section 22-12B-2 Board established; composition; meetings; powers.
Section 22-12B-3 Sources of funding.
Section 22-12B-4 Unobligated fund balance shall automatically carry forward into succeeding fiscal year.
Section 22-12C-1 Definitions.
Section 22-12C-2 Adoption of rules; application of Alabama Administrative Procedure Act.
Section 22-12C-3 Procedures for investigations, sanctions, penalties and contract terminations.
Section 22-12C-4 Collection of erroneously paid moneys; collection costs recoverable.
Section 22-12C-5 Probation or civil monetary penalties for food vendors; mitigation or settlement of adverse action.
Section 22-12C-6 Designated account for monetary penalties or overcharges collected; expenditure of sums.
Section 22-12C-7 Fraud or abuse as a misdemeanor; fraud defined.
Section 22-12C-8 Appeal of adverse action; conflict with federal law.
Section 22-12C-9 Cumulation of penalties.
Section 22-12D-1 Office established; purposes.
Section 22-12D-2 Financial contributions.
Section 22-12D-3 Appointment of personnel.
Section 22-12D-4 Steering Committee on Women's Health.
Section 22-12D-5 Funding.
Section 22-13-1 Plan for care of indigents; designation of cancer units.
Section 22-13-3 Educational plan.
Section 22-13-4 Educational campaign.
Section 22-13-5 Annual program for early diagnosis of cancer.
Section 22-13-13 Payment of expenses.
Section 22-13-30 Short title.
Section 22-13-31 Registry established; reporting of confirmed cases.
Section 22-13-32 Monthly reports; further information to be provided upon request.
Section 22-13-33 Information to be confidential.
Section 22-13-34 State Health Officer authorized to enter into agreements to exchange confidential information with other cancer registries and to furnish confidential information to other states, can
Section 22-13-35 Liability under article.
Section 22-13A-1 Short title.
Section 22-13A-2 Legislative findings.
Section 22-13A-3 Purposes of chapter.
Section 22-13A-4 Establishment and promotion of program; duties of officer; strategies for raising public awareness and educating consumers and professionals.
Section 22-13A-5 Needs assessment; list of services and providers.
Section 22-13A-6 Interagency Council on Osteoporosis.
Section 22-13A-7 Advisory Panel on Osteoporosis.
Section 22-13A-8 Department authorized to replicate programs and enter into contracts with organizations with expertise.
Section 22-13A-9 State Health Officer authorized to accept grants, services, and property from entities; federal waivers.
Section 22-13A-10 Implementation of chapter only to extent funds made available.
Section 22-14-1 Definitions.
Section 22-14-2 Declaration of policy.
Section 22-14-3 Purpose of article.
Section 22-14-4 State Radiation Control Agency; director and powers and duties thereof.
Section 22-14-5 Radiation Advisory Board of Health.
Section 22-14-6 Licensing or registration of persons dealing with radioactive materials.
Section 22-14-7 Right of entry and inspection.
Section 22-14-8 Records and reports.
Section 22-14-9 Agreements with federal government; effect thereof on federal license.
Section 22-14-10 Cooperative agreements for inspections, etc.; training programs.
Section 22-14-11 Administrative action and judicial review.
Section 22-14-12 Orders enjoining or directing compliance.
Section 22-14-13 Impounding of ionizing radiation sources.
Section 22-14-14 Penalty for violation of article or rules, regulations or orders; notice of possible liability for civil penalty; civil action by Attorney General; considerations affecting amount of
Section 22-14-15 Effect of article on local ordinances.
Section 22-14-16 Non-consent of state to acquisition of land by federal government for disposal of nuclear waste.
Section 22-14-20 Adoption of rules requiring generators of low-level radioactive waste to implement best management practices as condition of access to disposal facilities.
Section 22-14-21 Certification to another state or facility of compliance by facility with rules adopted under §22-14-20.
Section 22-14-22 Certification of facilities licensed only by federal government; request for inspection; inspection fee; failure to pay fee.
Section 22-14-30 Inquiry into employee's criminal history by licensed nuclear facilities; "vital areas" defined.
Section 22-14-31 Fingerprints; search of criminal records by department; fees.
Section 22-14-32 Submission of fingerprint cards to F.B.I.
Section 22-14-33 Liability of department.
Section 22-14-34 Equivalent background investigations sufficient.
Section 22-14-35 Costs of implementing article.
Section 22-15A-1 Short title.
Section 22-15A-2 Legislative findings.
Section 22-15A-3 Definitions.
Section 22-15A-4 Prohibition against smoking in public places; exceptions.
Section 22-15A-5 Written smoking policies by employers; designation of nonsmoking areas.
Section 22-15A-6 Designation of smoking areas; requirements; nonsmoking policies.
Section 22-15A-7 Posting of "No Smoking" and "Smoking Area" signs; violations of chapter.
Section 22-15A-8 Enforcement of chapter; reporting violations.
Section 22-15A-9 Penalties.
Section 22-15A-10 Local laws, ordinances, or regulations.
Section 22-17-1 Definitions.
Section 22-17-2 Applicability of chapter.
Section 22-17-3 Duty of manager as to maintenance of shop and equipment.
Section 22-17-4 Water connections and waste disposal.
Section 22-17-5 Cleansing of hands.
Section 22-17-6 Headrests.
Section 22-17-7 Use of certain materials prohibited.
Section 22-17-8 Service by persons having skin or venereal disease.
Section 22-17-9 Service of persons having inflamed, etc., skin.
Section 22-17-10 Treatment of skin diseases or infections prohibited.
Section 22-17-11 Use of shop or parlor as dormitory.
Section 22-17A-1 Definitions.
Section 22-17A-2 Parental consent required for minors; intoxicated, etc., individuals.
Section 22-17A-3 Tattoo facility license.
Section 22-17A-4 Inspection of tattoo facility.
Section 22-17A-5 Renewal of license.
Section 22-17A-6 Requirements for operation of tattoo facility.
Section 22-17A-7 Powers and duties of department.
Section 22-17A-8 Penalties.
Section 22-18-1 Definitions.
Section 22-18-2 Exceptions to applicability of chapter.
Section 22-18-3 Rules and regulations as to training, licensing, etc., of ambulance drivers and emergency medical technicians and operation, licensing, etc., of vehicles.
Section 22-18-4 Fees of licenses; licensure of emergency medical technicians; ambulances and persons directing and driving ambulances to be licensed.
Section 22-18-5 Advisory board.
Section 22-18-6 Class A misdemeanor for certain acts; persons providing emergency medical care must be licensed or exempted from licensure; scope of privilege for levels of licensure; control of emerg
Section 22-18-7 Article cumulative; powers of municipalities.
Section 22-18-8 Reimbursement by new employer for training expenses.
Section 22-18-20 Commission created.
Section 22-18-21 Travel and per diem expenses.
Section 22-18-22 Times and places of meetings.
Section 22-18-23 Expenditure of appropriated funds; grants.
Section 22-18-40 State Emergency Medical Control Committee.
Section 22-18-41 Advanced life support techniques; procurement, carriage, and use of medical materiel; performance of services.
Section 22-18-42 Regulation of certain kinds of care and personnel; purchase of drugs and fluids.
Section 22-18-43 Board of Health shall follow Administrative Procedure Act.
Section 22-18-44 Applicability of chapter and rules of board to volunteer fire departments.
Section 22-19-1 Regulation of transportation of dead bodies.
Section 22-19-2 Body removed from state to be embalmed or cremated; exception.
Section 22-19-3 Burial or removal permits for dead bodies; certificates of birth or death.
Section 22-19-4 Ministers at funerals to ascertain if burial permit has been secured.
Section 22-19-5 Use of approved identification system.
Section 22-19-20 State of Alabama Anatomical Board - Composition; secretary.
Section 22-19-21 State of Alabama Anatomical Board - Powers; records.
Section 22-19-22 Notice of possession of bodies required to be buried at public expense; delivery to board; authorization to solicit dead bodies from counties.
Section 22-19-23 When bodies not to be delivered to board.
Section 22-19-24 Holding period; notice of death.
Section 22-19-25 Distribution of bodies to schools.
Section 22-19-26 Preservation of bodies for 60 days by schools pending claims therefor.
Section 22-19-27 Disposal of bodies after use by schools.
Section 22-19-28 Carriers for conveyance of bodies; receipts for bodies.
Section 22-19-29 Payment of expenses for delivery or distribution of bodies.
Section 22-19-30 Penalty for violation of article.
Section 22-19-40 Short title.
Section 22-19-41 Definitions.
Section 22-19-42 Who may donate all, or part of, body; rights of donees.
Section 22-19-43 Institutions or persons who may become donees; purposes for which anatomical gifts may be made.
Section 22-19-44 Modes of executing gift.
Section 22-19-45 Delivery or deposit of gift document.
Section 22-19-46 Amendment or revocation of gift.
Section 22-19-47 Powers, duties and liabilities upon death.
Section 22-19-50 Short title.
Section 22-19-51 Definitions.
Section 22-19-52 Making, amending, revoking, and refusing to make anatomical gifts by individual.
Section 22-19-53 Making, revoking, and objecting to anatomical gifts by others.
Section 22-19-54 Authorization by coroner; medical examiner; local public health official.
Section 22-19-55 Routine inquiry and required request; search and notification.
Section 22-19-56 Persons who may become donees; purposes for which anatomical gifts may be made.
Section 22-19-57 Delivery of document of gift.
Section 22-19-58 Rights and duties at death.
Section 22-19-59 Coordination of procurement and use.
Section 22-19-59.1 Sale or purchase of parts prohibited.
Section 22-19-59.2 Examination, autopsy, liability.
Section 22-19-59.3 Administrative rules.
Section 22-19-59.4 Legislative recognition.
Section 22-19-59.5 Transitional provisions.
Section 22-19-59.6 Uniformity of application and construction.
Section 22-19-59.7 Severability.
Section 22-19-60 Gift made by execution of affidavit to be filed with Department of Public Safety; notice of intent and specific gift to be noted on driver's license or nondriver identification ca
Section 22-19-61 Immunity from civil liability of officers and employees of Department of Public Safety.
Section 22-19-70 Inclusion of question regarding organ donation as part of driver's license or nondriver identification card application system; notation of affirmative response on license or card
Section 22-19-71 Distribution of informational brochure; promotion of organ and tissue donation by Director of Public Safety.
Section 22-19-72 Sticker or decal indicating desire to be organ donor.
Section 22-19-73 Statistical and demographic information on organ donor designations.
Section 22-19-74 Driver's license, nondriver identification card, etc., to accompany individual to hospital in event of accident or trauma; return of driver's license or nondriver identificati
Section 22-19-80 Authority of coroners, deputy coroners, State Toxicologist and law enforcement officers; purpose of taking samples.
Section 22-19-81 Persons who may be directed to withdraw samples.
Section 22-19-82 Exemption from civil and criminal liability.
Section 22-19-100 Training of eye bank employees in eye tissue procurement.
Section 22-19-101 Certification of qualifications, proficiency, etc.
Section 22-19-102 Establishment of standards, procedures, etc.
Section 22-19-103 Employees to comply with Alabama Uniform Anatomical Gift Act; no liability.
Section 22-19-104 Article cumulative.
Section 22-19-120 Legislative intent.
Section 22-19-121 Definitions.
Section 22-19-122 Promulgation of proficiency standards and quality assurance measures; certification to acquire and transport organs, etc.; updating of quality assurance standards.
Section 22-19-123 Adherence to quality assurance standards.
Section 22-19-124 Sanctions for violations of article.
Section 22-19-125 Immunity of persons complying with article and Alabama Uniform Anatomical Gift Act.
Section 22-19-126 Construction with other laws; state standards to be consistent with federal standards.
Section 22-19-140 Legislative intent.
Section 22-19-141 Definitions.
Section 22-19-142 Request for consent to an anatomical gift; request not required where anatomical gift would not be suitable for use.
Section 22-19-143 Immunity of persons complying with article.
Section 22-19-144 Construction with other laws.
Section 22-19-160 Short title.
Section 22-19-161 Definitions.
Section 22-19-162 Applicability.
Section 22-19-163 Who may make anatomical gift before donor's death.
Section 22-19-164 Manner of making anatomical gift before donor's death.
Section 22-19-165 Amending or revoking anatomical gift before donor's death.
Section 22-19-166 Refusal to make anatomical gift; effect of refusal.
Section 22-19-167 Preclusive effect of anatomical gift, amendment, or revocation.
Section 22-19-168 Who may make anatomical gift of decedent's body or part.
Section 22-19-169 Manner of making, amending, or revoking anatomical gift of decedent's body or part.
Section 22-19-170 Persons that may receive anatomical gift; purpose of anatomical gift.
Section 22-19-171 Search and notification.
Section 22-19-172 Delivery of document of gift not required; right to examine.
Section 22-19-173 Rights and duties of procurement organization and others.
Section 22-19-174 Coordination of procurement and use.
Section 22-19-175 Sale or purchase of parts prohibited.
Section 22-19-176 Other prohibited acts.
Section 22-19-177 Immunity.
Section 22-19-178 Law governing validity; choice of law as to execution of document of gift; presumption of validity.
Section 22-19-179 Donor registry.
Section 22-19-180 Effect of anatomical gift on advance health care directive.
Section 22-19-181 Cooperation between coroner, medical examiner, and procurement organization.
Section 22-19-182 Facilitation of anatomical gift from decedent whose body is under jurisdiction of coroner or medical examiner.
Section 22-19-183 Uniformity of application and construction.
Section 22-19-184 Relation to Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce Act.
Section 22-20-1 Use of common drinking cups or towels in public places prohibited.
Section 22-20-2 Prevention of infantile blindness.
Section 22-20-3 Neonatal testing for certain diseases; rules and regulations for treatment thereof.
Section 22-20-4 Location and extension of cemeteries.
Section 22-20-5 Regulations for establishments handling food and providing public accommodations.
Section 22-20-6 Butchering, etc., of legally taken wild animals.
Section 22-20-7 Inspection of dairy farms, milk-cooling stations, etc.
Section 22-20-8 Depositing dead animals or nauseous substances in water supplies.
Section 22-20-9 Depositing dead animals or fowl in running streams.
Section 22-20-10 Duty to drain areas in construction works.
Section 22-20-11 Restrictions on retail sales of certain poisons.
Section 22-20-12 Advertisements concerning impotency, prostatic troubles, etc.
Section 22-20A-1 (Effective January 1, 2010) Legislative findings.
Section 22-20A-2 (Effective January 1, 2010) Definitions.
Section 22-20A-3 (Effective January 1, 2010) Suppliers and food service establishments to provide required information.
Section 22-20A-4 (Effective January 1, 2010) Labeling requirements.
Section 22-20A-5 (Effective January 1, 2010) Rules and regulations.
Section 22-20A-6 (Effective January 1, 2010) Governmental cooperation.
Section 22-20A-7 (Effective January 1, 2010) Enforcement.
Section 22-20A-8 (Effective January 1, 2010) Violations.
Section 22-20A-30 Definitions.
Section 22-20A-31 Advertising restrictions; food service establishments to provide required information.
Section 22-20A-32 Violations.
Section 22-21-1 Establishment of hospitals by local authorities.
Section 22-21-2 Appropriations for indigent persons in hospitals.
Section 22-21-3 Scholarships for professional and technical personnel at public hospitals.
Section 22-21-4 Annual audit of books and records of publicly owned medical institutions.
Section 22-21-5 Incorporation of public bodies created under chapter; powers of same.
Section 22-21-6 Certain public hospital corporations exempted from usury and interest rate limitation laws.
Section 22-21-7 Itemized statement of services rendered to be furnished patient upon request; provisions of statement; itemization of services and expenses; action by Attorney General; payment of clai
Section 22-21-8 Confidentiality of accreditation, quality assurance credentialling materials, etc.
Section 22-21-9 Name tags, etc., required for nurses.
Section 22-21-10 Flu and pneumonia vaccinations for long term care facility residents and employees.
Section 22-21-20 Definitions.
Section 22-21-21 Purpose of article.
Section 22-21-22 License - Required; exceptions.
Section 22-21-23 License - Application.
Section 22-21-24 License - Fees; expiration and renewal; accreditation.
Section 22-21-25 License - Issuance; suspension or revocation; new applications after revocation.
Section 22-21-26 License - Judicial review of suspension or revocation.
Section 22-21-27 Advisory board.
Section 22-21-28 Rules and regulations.
Section 22-21-29 Inspections.
Section 22-21-30 Disclosure of information.
Section 22-21-31 Practice of medicine, etc., not authorized; child placing.
Section 22-21-33 Penalties for operation of or referring persons to unlicensed hospital.
Section 22-21-34 Assisted living facility, etc., rising to level of intermediate care.
Section 22-21-40 Approval of design and construction of project.
Section 22-21-41 Duties of State Board of Health.
Section 22-21-42 Review and final inspection.
Section 22-21-43 Schedule of fees.
Section 22-21-44 Payment of fees.
Section 22-21-45 Rules and regulations; review by advisory board.
Section 22-21-46 Plan Review Fund.
Section 22-21-50 Proceedings to establish.
Section 22-21-51 Directors - Appointment; term; vacancies; quorum; compensation; loss of seat.
Section 22-21-52 Directors - Annual meeting; constitution and bylaws; executive committee.
Section 22-21-53 Powers.
Section 22-21-54 Validation of noncomplying associations.
Section 22-21-55 Dissolution.
Section 22-21-56 Appropriations by local political subdivisions.
Section 22-21-57 Effect of article on local executive committees.
Section 22-21-70 Definitions.
Section 22-21-71 Purpose and construction of division.
Section 22-21-72 Incorporation - Application.
Section 22-21-73 Incorporation - Certificate of incorporation - Form and contents; approval by county commission; validation of certain certificates of incorporation.
Section 22-21-74 Incorporation - Certificate of incorporation - Filing; amendments.
Section 22-21-75 Incorporation - Certificate of incorporation - Validation of noncomplying corporations.
Section 22-21-76 Board of directors.
Section 22-21-77 Powers of corporation.
Section 22-21-78 Borrowing by corporation.
Section 22-21-79 Investment of trust funds in corporation's securities.
Section 22-21-80 Taxation exemptions.
Section 22-21-81 Transfer of hospitals and funds by counties or municipalities.
Section 22-21-82 Dissolution of corporation.
Section 22-21-83 Division cumulative.
Section 22-21-100 Definitions.
Section 22-21-101 Designation as agency to operate, etc., public hospital facilities.
Section 22-21-102 Special county tax - Payment to hospital corporation.
Section 22-21-103 Special county tax - Validation of elections - Generally.
Section 22-21-104 Special county tax - Validation of elections - Counties with population less than 50,000.
Section 22-21-105 Special county tax - Validation of elections - Elections under Amendment 72 of Constitution.
Section 22-21-106 Issuance of securities - In anticipation of tax; funds from which payable; nature of obligation.
Section 22-21-107 Issuance of securities - Terms, conditions, etc.; pledge of revenues; mortgages; foreclosure prohibited.
Section 22-21-108 Issuance of securities - Execution and delivery; interest; payment; refunding; status; tax exemption.
Section 22-21-109 Issuance of securities - Sale; expenses, etc.
Section 22-21-110 Issuance of securities - Investment of trust funds.
Section 22-21-111 Issuance of securities - Incontestability.
Section 22-21-112 Issuance of securities - Validation prior to issuance.
Section 22-21-130 Definitions.
Section 22-21-131 Purpose and construction of article.
Section 22-21-132 Incorporation - Application; resolution.
Section 22-21-133 Incorporation - Certificate of incorporation - Contents; amendments.
Section 22-21-134 Incorporation - Certificate of incorporation - Filing.
Section 22-21-135 Board of directors.
Section 22-21-136 Officers.
Section 22-21-137 Powers - Generally.
Section 22-21-138 Powers - Eminent domain.
Section 22-21-139 Conveyance of property by municipalities.
Section 22-21-140 Lease agreements with municipality.
Section 22-21-141 Bonds - Revenue.
Section 22-21-142 Bonds - Refunding.
Section 22-21-143 Bonds - Execution.
Section 22-21-144 Bonds - Security.
Section 22-21-145 Bonds - Recital and notice of issuance; limitation on actions to contest.
Section 22-21-146 Bonds - Legal investment - Banks, insurers and fiduciaries.
Section 22-21-147 Bonds - Legal investment - Municipal funds.
Section 22-21-148 Bonds - Negotiable instruments.
Section 22-21-149 Bonds - Use of proceeds.
Section 22-21-150 Bonds - Default.
Section 22-21-151 Obligations not debt of state or municipality.
Section 22-21-152 Investment of funds.
Section 22-21-153 Taxation exemption.
Section 22-21-154 Dissolution.
Section 22-21-155 Article cumulative.
Section 22-21-156 Lease of hospitals, buildings or facilities to public or nonprofit corporations.
Section 22-21-170 Definitions.
Section 22-21-171 Purpose and construction of article.
Section 22-21-172 Incorporation - Authority.
Section 22-21-173 Incorporation - Certificate of incorporation - Contents; acknowledgment; filing.
Section 22-21-174 Incorporation - Certificate of incorporation - Amendment.
Section 22-21-175 Board of directors.
Section 22-21-176 Officers; personnel.
Section 22-21-177 Formation of other corporations.
Section 22-21-178 Governmental sovereignty or immunity.
Section 22-21-179 Powers of corporation.
Section 22-21-180 Eminent domain.
Section 22-21-181 Transfer of funds and assets by counties and municipalities.
Section 22-21-182 Borrowing by corporation generally; debts not obligations of state, counties or municipalities; tax exemptions.
Section 22-21-183 Disposition of proceeds from borrowing.
Section 22-21-184 Refunding securities.
Section 22-21-185 Fiduciary investment.
Section 22-21-186 Corporation tax exempt.
Section 22-21-187 Publication of financial statement.
Section 22-21-188 Provisions exclusive.
Section 22-21-189 Applicability of provisions of state law as to ethics of public officials, etc.; purchase, etc., of goods or services from employees of corporation, etc.
Section 22-21-190 Applicability of state competitive bid law, etc.
Section 22-21-191 Dissolution of corporation.
Section 22-21-210 Definitions.
Section 22-21-211 Purpose of article.
Section 22-21-212 Administration of program; rules and regulations.
Section 22-21-214 County admissions committees - Creation; appointment, terms, qualifications and compensation of members; meetings.
Section 22-21-215 County admissions committees - Powers and duties; liability.
Section 22-21-216 Determination of need for indigents' hospitalization.
Section 22-21-217 Program participation by counties having no hospital.
Section 22-21-218 Admittance in other county when local facilities deemed inadequate.
Section 22-21-219 Payment of public funds to physicians prohibited; collection of costs, etc., from indigent patient, etc.
Section 22-21-220 Apportionment of appropriated funds to counties.
Section 22-21-221 Disposition of unexpended funds - State Board of Health.
Section 22-21-222 Disposition of unexpended funds - Counties.
Section 22-21-223 Appropriation of proceeds of special county tax or funds in county treasury.
Section 22-21-224 Expenses of State Board of Health.
Section 22-21-225 Federal funds.
Section 22-21-227 Charging, etc., for assisting person in hospitalization.
Section 22-21-240 Establishment, administration, etc., of trusts authorized; specification of terms, conditions and provisions of trusts.
Section 22-21-241 Powers and liabilities of trustees of trusts.
Section 22-21-242 Liability of hospitals and dentists as participants in trusts.
Section 22-21-243 Rights, privileges, immunities, etc., conferred by article.
Section 22-21-260 Definitions.
Section 22-21-261 Legislative findings; purpose of article.
Section 22-21-263 New institutional health services subject to review.
Section 22-21-264 Criteria for state agency review.
Section 22-21-265 Certificates of need - Required for new institutional health service.
Section 22-21-265.1 Certificates of need - No legislative intent to ratify illegal actions or false information of applicants, agents, etc.
Section 22-21-265.2 Certificates of need - Legislative intent reiterated.
Section 22-21-265.3 Certificates of need - All-digital, automated hospital exempt from review process.
Section 22-21-266 Certificates of need - Required findings for inpatient facilities.
Section 22-21-267 Certificates of need - Application for certificate or modification thereto and extensions thereof.
Section 22-21-268 Certificates of need - Emergency certificate prior to hearing.
Section 22-21-270 Certificates of need - Period for which valid; extension of time; termination; transferability.
Section 22-21-271 Certificates of need - Application fees; appropriation of funds; disposition of fees.
Section 22-21-271.1 Certificates of need - Fee increases.
Section 22-21-274 Adoption and public notice of review procedures and criteria.
Section 22-21-275 Procedures for review of applications for certificates of need.
Section 22-21-276 Injunctive relief; issuance of license for inpatient beds or facilities in violation of article prohibited; facilities in violation of article not to receive reimbursement for servic
Section 22-21-277 Article cumulative; conflicting laws.
Section 22-21-278 Kidney disease treatment centers in certain municipalities exempted from certificate of need requirement.
Section 22-21-290 Short title.
Section 22-21-291 Legislative intent.
Section 22-21-292 Definitions.
Section 22-21-293 Financial responsibility for out-of-county indigent patients treated at a regional referral hospital.
Section 22-21-294 Certification of indigency; rules.
Section 22-21-295 Obligation of regional referral hospitals.
Section 22-21-296 Procedure for settlement of disputes.
Section 22-21-297 Certification necessary for treatment; exception.
Section 22-21-300 Disclosure of policies to patients.
Section 22-21-310 Short title.
Section 22-21-311 Definitions.
Section 22-21-312 Legislative findings and intent.
Section 22-21-313 Application for incorporation of authority; authorizing resolution.
Section 22-21-314 Certificate of incorporation - Filing; form and contents; recordation.
Section 22-21-315 Certificate of incorporation - Amendment; application; approving resolution; filing and recordation of certificate.
Section 22-21-316 Board of directors; qualifications; election or appointment; terms; vacancies; reimbursement for expenses; quorum; regular, special and called meetings; waiver of notice; record of p
Section 22-21-317 Officers; election; terms; duties.
Section 22-21-318 Powers of authority.
Section 22-21-319 Extraordinary power of authority.
Section 22-21-320 Securities of authority.
Section 22-21-321 Refunding securities.
Section 22-21-322 Execution of securities.
Section 22-21-323 Source of payment; security.
Section 22-21-324 Use of proceeds.
Section 22-21-325 Obligations not debt of state, county or municipality.
Section 22-21-326 Securities issued under article as legal investments.
Section 22-21-327 Securities and coupons as negotiable instruments.
Section 22-21-328 Exemption from usury and interest laws.
Section 22-21-329 Notice of issuance of securities; limitation on actions to contest.
Section 22-21-330 Lease agreements with authorizing subdivision; terms; renewal options; special pledge as security for payment of rental, etc.; use of vacant space.
Section 22-21-331 Remedies for default in payment of securities or performance of lease agreement.
Section 22-21-332 Investment of funds.
Section 22-21-333 Exemptions from taxation.
Section 22-21-334 Nonapplicability of Ethics Act.
Section 22-21-335 Nonapplicability of competitive bid laws.
Section 22-21-336 Transfer of funds and assets to authority.
Section 22-21-337 Disposition of earnings of authority.
Section 22-21-338 Authority as designated agency for purposes of Division 2 of Article 4 of this chapter.
Section 22-21-339 Dissolution of authority.
Section 22-21-340 Multiple corporations permitted.
Section 22-21-341 Reincorporation of existing corporations.
Section 22-21-342 Provisions of article exclusive.
Section 22-21-343 Cumulative effect of article.
Section 22-21-344 Use of proceeds from hospital taxes.
Section 22-21-350 Definitions.
Section 22-21-351 Legislative findings.
Section 22-21-352 Further provision for amendment of certificates of incorporation or reincorporation.
Section 22-21-353 Further provisions respecting issuance of securities.
Section 22-21-354 Further provisions respecting use and disposition of certain property.
Section 22-21-355 Further provisions respecting investment of funds.
Section 22-21-356 Cumulative effect.
Section 22-21-357 Definitions.
Section 22-21-358 Powers of authorities.
Section 22-21-359 Legislative intention.
Section 22-21-360 Short title.
Section 22-21-361 Definitions.
Section 22-21-362 Incorporation of dental service plan corporation; management by board of directors.
Section 22-21-363 Application for certificate of authority; contents.
Section 22-21-364 Issuance of certificate; criteria.
Section 22-21-365 Consent of commissioner to charter or certificate of incorporation.
Section 22-21-366 Subscriber rates subject to approval of department; provisions in contract between corporation and dentist.
Section 22-21-367 License prerequisite to contracts with subscribers.
Section 22-21-368 Contents of proposed contracts issued to subscribers.
Section 22-21-369 Contents of proposed contracts between corporation and dentists.
Section 22-21-370 Posting of securities or surety bond; custody of securities; exemption from taxation; release of securities or bond; modification orders; hearing; effect of failure to comply.
Section 22-21-371 Individual, group, blanket or franchise contracts authorized; certificates of coverage; filing and approval of contracts and certificates; requirements; grounds for disapproval.
Section 22-21-372 Filing and approval of subscription rates; criteria; submission of relevant information.
Section 22-21-373 Filing and approval of contracts with dentists and other providers of services and amendments thereto; reports to commissioner.
Section 22-21-374 Fees and taxes; applicable insurance laws.
Section 22-21-375 Issuance of license; revocation; procedures for review and mediation of complaints.
Section 22-21-376 Relation to certain insurance provisions.
Section 22-21-377 Contracting sales representatives - Registration with commissioner; notification of termination; filing fee; regulations and controls.
Section 22-21-378 Contracting sales representatives - Accounting for funds received; diversion or appropriation of funds; penalty.
Section 22-21-379 Contracting sales representatives - Grounds for mandatory denial, suspension, revocation, or refusal to renew registration.
Section 22-21-380 Contracting sales representatives - Grounds for discretionary denial, suspension, revocation, or refusal to renew registration.
Section 22-21-381 Contracting sales representatives - Immediate revocation of registration upon conviction of violation of article; right to hearing on denial, suspension or revocation by commissioner
Section 22-21-382 Contracting sales representatives - Administrative penalty in lieu of discretionary suspension, revocation, etc.
Section 22-21-383 Deposit of moneys received by department pursuant to article.
Section 22-21-384 Practice of dentistry and Board of Dental Examiners not regulated or limited by article.
Section 22-21-385 Amendments and changes in charter, certificate of incorporation, bylaws, contracts and rates subject to department approval; filing of copy of amendments or changes.
Section 22-21-386 Examination and investigation of corporations by department; power to summon and examine witnesses; payment of expenses.
Section 22-21-387 Use of phrase "dental service plan."
Section 22-21-388 Dissolution or liquidation of corporation.
Section 22-21-389 Nonprofit corporations organized prior to May 4, 1982.
Section 22-21-390 Violations; penalties; injunctive relief.
Section 22-21-391 Promulgation of rules and regulations.
Section 22-22-1 Short title; definitions.
Section 22-22-2 Purpose of chapter; declaration of policy.
Section 22-22-7 Technical and other advisory committees.
Section 22-22-9 Powers and duties; enforcement of orders; permits; civil penalties for violations.
Section 22-22-11 Disbursement of funds.
Section 22-22-13 Chapter supplementary to other laws; powers of Attorney General not affected.
Section 22-22-14 Criminal penalty for violation of chapter, etc.
Section 22-22A-1 Short title.
Section 22-22A-2 Legislative intent and purposes of chapter.
Section 22-22A-3 Definitions.
Section 22-22A-4 Department of Environmental Management created; principal office; director; deputy director; divisions and division chiefs; transfer of functions; designation as State Environmental C
Section 22-22A-5 Powers and functions of department; representation of department by Attorney General in legal actions.
Section 22-22A-6 Environmental Management Commission; powers and duties; composition; appointments; vacancies; qualifications; terms; chairman; quorum; regular and special meetings; effect of failure
Section 22-22A-7 Hearings and procedures before commission; appeal and review.
Section 22-22A-8 Adoption of rules, regulations and standards; review by director; public notice and hearing.
Section 22-22A-9 Transfer of functions, personnel, equipment, funds, etc., to Department of Environmental Management.
Section 22-22A-10 Transfer of functions, personnel, equipment, etc., of coastal area board to Office of State Planning and Federal Programs; exception.
Section 22-22A-11 Alabama Department of Environmental Management Fund.
Section 22-22A-12 Coastal Resources Advisory Committee; composition; terms; chairman; meetings.
Section 22-22A-13 Effect of chapter on powers of Attorney General.
Section 22-22A-15 Chapter does not repeal Section 22-30-5.1.
Section 22-22A-16 Pollution Control Grant Fund.
Section 22-22B-1 Legislative findings.
Section 22-22B-2 Definitions.
Section 22-22B-3 State government program for waste reduction and the collection of recyclable wastes; planning and implementation; annual reports by agencies; what to be included in programs; coordin
Section 22-22B-4 Program for management and marketing of recyclable materials; contracts authorized.
Section 22-22B-5 Proceeds from sale of recycled materials; employee awards.
Section 22-23-20 Upgrading of water service; savings.
Section 22-23-30 Short title.
Section 22-23-31 Definitions.
Section 22-23-32 Regulatory authority of board over water supplies.
Section 22-23-33 State primary drinking water regulations.
Section 22-23-34 State secondary drinking water regulations.
Section 22-23-35 Variances and exemptions from regulations.
Section 22-23-36 Action by board regarding imminent and substantial hazards.
Section 22-23-37 Notification of users and regulatory agencies by water suppliers of certain violations, etc.
Section 22-23-38 Samples of water supplied to the public - Required.
Section 22-23-39 Samples of water supplied to the public - Analysis; fee.
Section 22-23-40 Permit to construct or modify water system - Required; prerequisite to issuance of bonds by local government unit.
Section 22-23-41 Permit to construct or modify water system - Application.
Section 22-23-42 Permit to construct or modify water system - Investigation of water system.
Section 22-23-43 Permit to construct or modify water system - Order of board upon finding that water is impure, unwholesome, etc.
Section 22-23-44 Permit to construct or modify water system - Issuance; suspension or revocation; permits in addition to others required by law.
Section 22-23-45 Right of entry of board for investigations and inspections.
Section 22-23-46 Reports of condition of water supply, plant, etc., by applicants, or suppliers.
Section 22-23-47 Polluting public water supply.
Section 22-23-48 Prohibited acts.
Section 22-23-49 Powers and duties of board in administration of article.
Section 22-23-52 Penalties.
Section 22-23-53 Public nuisances.
Section 22-23A-1 Definitions.
Section 22-23A-2 Legislative intent.
Section 22-23A-3 Alabama Water System Assistance Authority; how created; members; Water Assistance Legislative Oversight Committee.
Section 22-23A-4 Water Supply Assistance Fund established; deposits; expenditures; investments.
Section 22-23A-5 Application to become corporation; filing and recordation; certificate of incorporation; officers; board of directors; record of proceedings.
Section 22-23A-6 Powers of authority.
Section 22-23A-7 Bonds - Authorization to issue and sell; security for payment.
Section 22-23A-8 Bonds - Procedure for sale.
Section 22-23A-9 Loans in anticipation of bond issuance; refund of local funds provided by community water system.
Section 22-23A-10 Refunding bonds.
Section 22-23A-11 Establishment of dedicated source of revenue by community water system for funding of loan by authority; powers of water system; default; repayment guidelines; project accounts.
Section 22-23A-12 Investment in bonds of authority.
Section 22-23A-13 Taxation exemption.
Section 22-23A-14 Interest exemption.
Section 22-23A-15 Purpose of chapter.
Section 22-23A-16 Bonds and coupons deemed negotiable instruments.
Section 22-23A-17 Bonds, notes and certificates not debt of state.
Section 22-23B-1 Legislative findings.
Section 22-23B-2 Definitions.
Section 22-23B-3 Revolving Loan Fund established; maintenance; administration.
Section 22-23B-4 Alabama Drinking Water Finance Authority.
Section 22-23B-5 Alabama Drinking Water Finance Authority - Incorporation.
Section 22-23B-6 Alabama Drinking Water Finance Authority - Powers.
Section 22-23B-7 Purpose; issuing, selling and refunding of bonds.
Section 22-23B-8 Funding of a loan.
Section 22-23B-9 Signature; seal.
Section 22-23B-10 Usury exemption.
Section 22-23B-11 Taxation exemption.
Section 22-23B-12 Capitalization grant agreements, operating agreements, etc.
Section 22-23B-13 Legislative intent.
Section 22-23B-14 Construction.
Section 22-24-1 Definitions.
Section 22-24-2 Applicability of chapter.
Section 22-24-3 Promulgation and enforcement of rules and regulations.
Section 22-24-4 Supervision of drilling or repair by licensed driller.
Section 22-24-5 Well driller's license - Required; application; annual fee; term.
Section 22-24-7 Well driller's license - Refusal, suspension or revocation.
Section 22-24-8 Drilling requirements.
Section 22-24-11 Penalty for violation of chapter, etc.; disposition of fines.
Section 22-24-12 Exemption from provisions of chapter.
Section 22-25-1 Definitions.
Section 22-25-2 Classification of plants and systems.
Section 22-25-7 Certification of operators - Duty of director.
Section 22-25-8 Certification of operators - Examinations.
Section 22-25-9 Certification of operators - Issuance.
Section 22-25-11 Certification of operators - Term; renewal; promulgation of rules and regulations.
Section 22-25-12 Certification of operators - Revocation.
Section 22-25-13 Rules and regulations.
Section 22-25-14 Failure of operator to be certified; certain operators excepted.
Section 22-25-15 Penalty for violations of chapter.
Section 22-25-16 Reimbursement by new employer for training expenses.
Section 22-25A-1 Purpose.
Section 22-25A-2 Definitions.
Section 22-25A-3 Rules and regulations.
Section 22-25A-4 Compliance; powers and duties.
Section 22-25A-5 Certification and permitting fees.
Section 22-25A-6 Violations.
Section 22-25A-7 Public Health Management Entity Fund.
Section 22-25A-8 Certificate of economic viability.
Section 22-25A-9 Civil action.
Section 22-25A-10 Relation to other laws; applicable licenses required.
Section 22-25B-2 Exempted entities.
Section 22-25B-3 Responsibilities of wastewater management entities.
Section 22-25B-4 ADPH regulation of cluster wastewater systems.
Section 22-25B-5 ADEM regulation of community wastewater systems.
Section 22-25B-6 PSC regulation of wastewater management entities.
Section 22-25B-7 Fees and penalties.
Section 22-25B-8 Advisory group.
Section 22-25B-9 Wastewater system failure.
Section 22-25B-10 Public right-of-way crossing.
Section 22-25B-11 Civil action.
Section 22-25B-12 Relation to other laws.
Section 22-26-1 Insanitary sewage facilities menacing public health.
Section 22-26-2 Authority of state and county boards of health to require installation of plumbing facilities, connections with sanitary sewers, etc.; compliance with rules and regulations.
Section 22-26-3 Approval of plans and specifications.
Section 22-26-4 Permits for installation of plumbing within police jurisdiction of municipal corporations.
Section 22-26-5 Permits for installation of plumbing outside jurisdiction of municipal corporations.
Section 22-26-6 Penalty for violations of chapter.
Section 22-26-7 Certain land subdivided for single-family residences and not having access to public sewer not subject to subdivision regulations of State Board of Health.
Section 22-27-1 Short title.
Section 22-27-2 Definitions.
Section 22-27-3 Authority of local governing bodies as to methods of waste collections and disposal; household exemptions; approval of department; exception.
Section 22-27-4 Hazardous wastes; unauthorized dumps; vermin controls.
Section 22-27-5 Authority of localities to establish charges, fees, etc., and enter into mutual agreements or contracts; approval of department; licensing of private or corporate agencies; permits and
Section 22-27-5.1 Tipping fee for use of certain county landfills.
Section 22-27-6 Authority to adopt resolution or ordinance; rules and regulations; noncompliance as public nuisance; citation; court proceedings.
Section 22-27-7 Supervision and regulatory control; rules and regulations; penalty for violation of article.
Section 22-27-8 Financial assurance.
Section 22-27-9 Authority of Department of Environmental Management and Department of Public Health.
Section 22-27-10 Control of unauthorized dumping; open burning; construction with other rights and remedies.
Section 22-27-11 Violations; penalties; administrative orders; injunctive relief.
Section 22-27-12 Powers of department.
Section 22-27-13 Search warrants.
Section 22-27-14 Commencement of actions.
Section 22-27-15 Establishment and review of reduction goals.
Section 22-27-16 Ownership and disposition of recovered materials.
Section 22-27-17 Disposal fees; disposition of funds; exemptions; review of records; biennial report.
Section 22-27-18 Solid Waste Fund; Alabama Recycling Fund.
Section 22-27-20 Definitions.
Section 22-27-21 Purpose and construction of article.
Section 22-27-22 Authority of counties to issue and sell warrants; full faith and credit of county pledged to payment; restrictions on use of proceeds.
Section 22-27-23 Special pledges for payment of principal and interest on warrants.
Section 22-27-24 Refunding warrants.
Section 22-27-25 Investment of trust funds in warrants.
Section 22-27-26 Warrants and interest coupons as claims against county.
Section 22-27-27 Conflicts with other laws; Section 11-8-10 not applicable to warrants issued under this article.
Section 22-27-40 Legislative findings.
Section 22-27-41 Legislative purpose.
Section 22-27-42 Legislative intent.
Section 22-27-43 Definitions.
Section 22-27-44 Solid Waste Management Advisory Committee.
Section 22-27-45 State Solid Waste Management Plan.
Section 22-27-46 Regional planning and development commissions.
Section 22-27-47 Local plans required.
Section 22-27-48 Implementation of plans.
Section 22-27-49 Moratorium on issuance of permits.
Section 22-27-70 Definitions.
Section 22-27-71 Disposal in approved manners.
Section 22-27-72 Compliance with Section 22-27-71.
Section 22-27-73 Violations of article.
Section 22-27-90 Definitions.
Section 22-27-91 Approved methods of disposal.
Section 22-27-92 Transport of cooking grease.
Section 22-27-93 Compliance with article.
Section 22-27-94 Violations of article.
Section 22-28-1 Short title.
Section 22-28-2 Definitions.
Section 22-28-3 Declaration of policy; purpose of chapter.
Section 22-28-9 Authority of commission to hire consultants, assistants and other employees.
Section 22-28-10 Powers of commission generally; advisory committees.
Section 22-28-11 Emission control requirements.
Section 22-28-12 Motor vehicle emissions.
Section 22-28-13 Variances.
Section 22-28-14 Regulations - Authority of commission.
Section 22-28-15 Regulations - Hearings; procedure for adoption.
Section 22-28-16 Permits.
Section 22-28-17 Review of plans and specifications.
Section 22-28-18 Providing of information.
Section 22-28-19 Right of entry for inspection; tests and samples.
Section 22-28-20 Availability of records, reports or information.
Section 22-28-21 Air pollution emergencies.
Section 22-28-22 Proceedings upon violation of chapter; penalties; subpoenas; injunctions.
Section 22-28-23 Local air pollution control programs.
Section 22-28A-1 Short title.
Section 22-28A-2 Legislative findings.
Section 22-28A-3 Regulations, commitments relating to reduction of greenhouse gases.
Section 22-28A-4 Voluntary initiatives.
Section 22-28A-5 Effectiveness of chapter.
Section 22-29-1 Definitions.
Section 22-29-2 Purpose of chapter.
Section 22-29-3 Incorporation - Authorized.
Section 22-29-4 Incorporation - Application.
Section 22-29-5 Incorporation - Certificate of incorporation.
Section 22-29-6 Members, officers and directors; quorum; resolutions and orders.
Section 22-29-7 Powers.
Section 22-29-8 Bonds - Authorization to issue and sell; security for payment.
Section 22-29-9 Bonds - Procedure for sale.
Section 22-29-10 Bonds - Presumption of validity; contest of validity.
Section 22-29-11 Temporary financing.
Section 22-29-12 Refunding bonds.
Section 22-29-13 Execution of bonds, certificates and promissory notes.
Section 22-29-14 Bonds and coupons deemed negotiable instruments.
Section 22-29-15 Bonds, notes and certificates not debt of state.
Section 22-29-16 Custody of moneys and funds; disposition of same.
Section 22-29-17 Grants to local public bodies - Authorized.
Section 22-29-18 Grants to local public bodies - Appropriations.
Section 22-29-19 Grants to local public bodies - Applications.
Section 22-29-20 Grants to local public bodies - Plan or program.
Section 22-29-21 Grants to local public bodies - Powers of local public bodies.
Section 22-29-22 Taxation exemption.
Section 22-29-23 Dissolution.
Section 22-30-1 Short title.
Section 22-30-2 Legislative findings; purpose and intent of chapter.
Section 22-30-3 Definitions.
Section 22-30-4 Regulatory and investigative authority vested in State Department; trained personnel to monitor commercial sites for hazardous wastes; fees on waste received at such sites; hearings an
Section 22-30-5.1 Restriction on number of commercial hazardous waste treatment facilities or disposal sites per county; legislative approval of sites.
Section 22-30-5.2 Construction of provisions.
Section 22-30-6 State Department to regulate and supervise storage, disposal, etc., sites.
Section 22-30-9 General responsibilities of State Department.
Section 22-30-10 Development and revision of criteria for determining hazardous wastes.
Section 22-30-11 Adoption of regulations, guidelines, criteria and standards by State Department; states from which hazardous wastes cannot be accepted; penalty; contracts to satisfy federal capacity
Section 22-30-12 Permit program.
Section 22-30-14 Responsibilities of generators.
Section 22-30-15 Regulations as to transporters.
Section 22-30-15.1 Penalty for violation of safety and hazardous materials regulations.
Section 22-30-16 Responsibilities of hazardous waste storage and treatment facility and hazardous waste disposal site operators.
Section 22-30-17 Manifest.
Section 22-30-18 Reporting of wastes generated; when reports deemed trade secrets.
Section 22-30-19 Penalties and remedies.
Section 22-30-20 Administration of chapter.
Section 22-30-21 Certain transporters exempted from applicability of chapter.
Section 22-30-24 Chapter supplemental.
Section 22-30A-1 Legislative findings; purpose and intent of chapter.
Section 22-30A-2 Definitions.
Section 22-30A-3 Alabama Hazardous Substance Cleanup Fund established; appropriations.
Section 22-30A-4 Powers of department; use of fund.
Section 22-30A-5 Identification of inactive or abandoned sites and liable parties by director; development and implementation of cleanup plan; public comment period; orders; notice and hearing; paymen
Section 22-30A-6 Scope of cleanup plan; factors considered.
Section 22-30A-7 Annual report; to whom transmitted.
Section 22-30A-8 Liability for hazardous substance sites; action by department or Attorney General to recover expenses; administrative order or civil action; for what costs fund may be reimbursed; con
Section 22-30A-9 Liability for actions taken or omitted under chapter.
Section 22-30A-10 Right to enter property.
Section 22-30A-11 Violations of chapter; civil penalties.
Section 22-30B-1 Definitions.
Section 22-30B-1.1 Legislative findings.
Section 22-30B-2 Operator fees.
Section 22-30B-2.1 Annual payments to counties; guaranteed amount; distribution of funds.
Section 22-30B-2.2 Pledge and appropriation of funds for Public Health Finance Authority.
Section 22-30B-2.4 Restrictions on disposal of hazardous waste; exceptions.
Section 22-30B-3 Deposit and use of proceeds.
Section 22-30B-4 Additional fees to be collected by county; use.
Section 22-30B-4.1 Levy of local fees not prohibited.
Section 22-30B-5 Time for payment of fees; penalty for failure to timely pay fees; interest.
Section 22-30B-6 Penalty for failure to submit monthly reports.
Section 22-30B-7 Penalty for false or fraudulent reports.
Section 22-30B-9 Lien.
Section 22-30B-10 Monthly report to be sworn; perjury in making report.
Section 22-30B-11 Record of hazardous waste or hazardous substances received for disposal; maintenance of records; penalties.
Section 22-30B-12 Violation of chapter; restraint from continuing in business; institution of prosecution.
Section 22-30B-13.1 Credit for overpayment.
Section 22-30B-15 Confidentiality of fee reports; exception; penalty; refusal of assistant or agent of Department of Revenue to perform duties; penalty.
Section 22-30B-16 Location of reports and records.
Section 22-30B-17 Cooperation with county officials; promulgation of rules and regulations.
Section 22-30B-18 Construction of chapter; effect of Southeast Interstate Low-Level Radioactive Waste Management Compact.
Section 22-30B-19 Creation of the Alabama Legacy for Environmental Research Trust.
Section 22-30B-20 Fee to be deposited in Alabama Hazardous Substance Cleanup Fund.
Section 22-30C-1 Short title.
Section 22-30C-2 Legislative findings.
Section 22-30C-3 Wastes processed and destroyed.
Section 22-30C-4 Compliance.
Section 22-30D-1 Short title.
Section 22-30D-2 Legislative findings.
Section 22-30D-3 Definitions.
Section 22-30D-4 Election of coverage; administration of chapter; rules and regulations.
Section 22-30D-5 Alabama Drycleaning Environmental Response Trust Fund.
Section 22-30D-6 Registration; fees.
Section 22-30D-7 Expenditure of funds.
Section 22-30D-8 Advisory board.
Section 22-30D-9 Liability.
Section 22-30D-10 Administration allowance; disposition of revenues.
Section 22-30D-11 Appropriations.
Section 22-30D-12 Notification.
Section 22-30E-1 Short title.
Section 22-30E-2 Legislative findings; purpose and intent of chapter; establishment of voluntary assessment and/or cleanup program for properties with potential environmental contamination.
Section 22-30E-3 Definitions.
Section 22-30E-4 Authority of the department to establish rules and regulations.
Section 22-30E-5 Additional powers and duties of department.
Section 22-30E-6 Criteria for property qualification for voluntary cleanup program.
Section 22-30E-7 Criteria for applicant participation in voluntary cleanup program.
Section 22-30E-8 Criteria for qualification for limitation of liability.
Section 22-30E-9 Requirements for voluntary property assessment plans, voluntary cleanup plans; financial assurance.
Section 22-30E-10 Limitation of liability provisions.
Section 22-30E-11 Voluntary Cleanup Properties Inventory list.
Section 22-30E-12 Alabama Land Recycling and Economic Redevelopment Commission.
Section 22-30E-13 Stakeholders Advisory Committee.
Section 22-30F-1 Short title.
Section 22-30F-2 Legislative findings; purpose and intent of chapter; establishment of revolving loan program for voluntary remediation of environmentally contaminated areas.
Section 22-30F-3 Definitions.
Section 22-30F-4 Revolving Loan Fund established; maintenance; administration.
Section 22-30F-5 Alabama Land Recycling Finance Authority. - Generally.
Section 22-30F-6 Alabama Land Recycling Finance Authority - Incorporation.
Section 22-30F-7 Alabama Land Recycling Finance Authority - Powers.
Section 22-30F-8 Funding of a loan.
Section 22-30F-9 Usury exemption.
Section 22-30F-10 Capitalization grant agreements, operating agreements, other arrangements.
Section 22-30F-11 Legislative intent.
Section 22-31-1 Determination of death.
Section 22-31-2 Use of other methods.
Section 22-31-3 Procedure where part of body to be used for transplantation.
Section 22-31-4 Liability for acts.
Section 22-32-1 Enactment of Southeast Interstate Low-Level Radioactive Waste Management Compact.
Section 22-32-2 Members of Southeast Interstate Low-Level Radioactive Waste Management Commission.
Section 22-32-3 Acquisition of waste disposal site.
Section 22-32-4 Authorization to operate site; users' charges; lease or contract for operation and disposal of low-level radioactive wastes.
Section 22-32-5 Radiation Safety Fund; licensing and inspection fees; bond of contractor-leasor; perpetual care fund; operating fund; compact commission fund; royalty fees; appropriation.
Section 22-32-6 Delegation of authority to stop, inspect and enforce regulations.
Section 22-32-7 Cooperation of departments, agencies, officers and political subdivisions with commission.
Section 22-32-8 Issuance of order prohibiting use of source of ionizing radiation for nonpayment of fees; impoundment or seizure; release on payment of fees, costs, etc.; auction of unredeemed equipme
Section 22-32-9 Effective date.
Section 22-34-1 Definitions.
Section 22-34-2 Legislative intent.
Section 22-34-3 Revolving fund established; use of funds; administration of fund; annual report.
Section 22-34-4 Water pollution control authority established; membership.
Section 22-34-5 Application for corporation; contents; officers; board of directors; record of proceedings.
Section 22-34-6 General powers.
Section 22-34-7 Authority authorized to issue bonds.
Section 22-34-8 Sale of bonds.
Section 22-34-9 Certificates or notes in anticipation of bonds.
Section 22-34-10 Refunding bonds.
Section 22-34-11 Dedicated source of revenue to repay moneys; default; accounting standards.
Section 22-34-12 Investment in authority bonds.
Section 22-34-13 Tax exempt.
Section 22-34-14 Exempt from usury laws.
Section 22-34-15 No proceeding, notice or approval required.
Section 22-34-16 Negotiable instruments.
Section 22-34-17 Obligations solely of authority.
Section 22-35-1 Legislative findings and intent.
Section 22-35-2 Short title.
Section 22-35-3 Definitions.
Section 22-35-4 Alabama Underground and Aboveground Storage Tank Trust Fund.
Section 22-35-5 Fee; withdrawals; disposition of funds; liability for clean-up costs; audit.
Section 22-35-6 Alabama Underground and Aboveground Storage Tank Trust Fund Management Board created; composition; powers and duties; compensation.
Section 22-35-7 Financial responsibility requirements for taking response action.
Section 22-35-8 Rehabilitation of contamination sites.
Section 22-35-9 Administration cost of chapter; annual budgets for administration.
Section 22-35-10 Rules and regulations; department may require owner or operator to provide information.
Section 22-35-11 Notice to underground and aboveground storage tank owners of provisions of chapter.
Section 22-35-12 Liability of underground and aboveground storage tank owner.
Section 22-35-13 No disbursements from fund until adoption of rules and regulations governing disbursements.
Section 22-36-1 Short title.
Section 22-36-2 Definitions.
Section 22-36-3 Rules and regulations governing underground storage tanks.
Section 22-36-4 Information to be furnished by owner upon request of department; owner to permit access to records and entry and inspection of facilities.
Section 22-36-5 Tank regulation fee.
Section 22-36-6 Expenditure of funds from leaking Underground Storage Tank Trust Fund; investigative and corrective powers in regard to administration of funds; liability of owner or operator for cost
Section 22-36-7 Rules and regulations to establish and protect wellhead areas.
Section 22-36-8 Availability to public of records, reports, or information obtained under chapter.
Section 22-36-9 Penalties.
Section 22-36-10 Rules and regulations.
Section 22-37-1 Short title.
Section 22-37-2 Definitions.
Section 22-37-3 Rules and regulations.
Section 22-37-4 Amendment of city and county plumbing codes to include provisions of this chapter.
Section 22-37-5 Notice to customers of water suppliers of potential for lead contamination.
Section 22-37-6 Use or sale of materials that are not lead-free for drinking water system or plumbing; civil penalty.
Section 22-37A-1 Short title.
Section 22-37A-2 Definitions.
Section 22-37A-3 Scope of chapter; functions of board.
Section 22-37A-4 Investigations.
Section 22-37A-5 Certification of persons engaged in lead hazard reduction on activities; powers of board.
Section 22-37A-6 Designating Safe State as accreditation agency; powers of Safe State.
Section 22-37A-7 Certification; violation.
Section 22-37A-8 Injunctive relief.
Section 22-37A-9 Fee, fines, etc. collected.
Section 22-38-1 Short title.
Section 22-38-2 Definitions.
Section 22-38-3 Legislative intent.
Section 22-38-4 Administration of federal funds by committee; transfer of federal funds received by other state agencies to committee; application to Legislature for matching funds; coordination of us
Section 22-38-5 Disbursement of funds.
Section 22-38-6 Priorities for all nonpoint source pollution control; administration of grants in accordance with priorities; committee to provide information to department as to progress in water qua
Section 22-38-7 Department is lead agency in developing state plan; authority to contract with other state agencies.
Section 22-38-8 Rules and regulations; personnel.
Section 22-39-1 Purpose.
Section 22-39-2 Short title.
Section 22-39-3 Services requiring accreditation by the state.
Section 22-39-4 Safe-State Program designated accreditation agency; duties; fees.
Section 22-39-5 Certification requirement; civil penalty.
Section 22-40-1 REPEALED AND SUPERSEDED BY CHAPTER 40A EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 1, 2004. Definitions.
Section 22-40-2 REPEALED AND SUPERSEDED BY CHAPTER 40A EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 1, 2004. Scrap tire license - Generally.
Section 22-40-3 REPEALED AND SUPERSEDED BY CHAPTER 40A EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 1, 2004. Scrap tire license - Display; decal.
Section 22-40-4 REPEALED AND SUPERSEDED BY CHAPTER 40A EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 1, 2004. Disposal of scrap tires.
Section 22-40-5 REPEALED AND SUPERSEDED BY CHAPTER 40A EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 1, 2004. Records - receivers.
Section 22-40-6 REPEALED AND SUPERSEDED BY CHAPTER 40A EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 1, 2004. Records - Transporters.
Section 22-40-7 REPEALED AND SUPERSEDED BY CHAPTER 40A EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 1, 2004. Records - Collection.
Section 22-40-8 REPEALED AND SUPERSEDED BY CHAPTER 40A EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 1, 2004. Enforcement.
Section 22-40-9 REPEALED AND SUPERSEDED BY CHAPTER 40A EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 1, 2004. Distribution of funds.
Section 22-40-10 REPEALED AND SUPERSEDED BY CHAPTER 40A EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 1, 2004. Scrap Tire Study Commission.
Section 22-40-11 REPEALED AND SUPERSEDED BY CHAPTER 40A EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 1, 2004. Construction and administration of chapter.
Section 22-40A-1 Short title.
Section 22-40A-2 Legislative findings; purpose.
Section 22-40A-3 Definitions.
Section 22-40A-4 Accumulation and exposure limits.
Section 22-40A-5 Cleanup; reports; regulations; remediation management.
Section 22-40A-6 Receivers generally.
Section 22-40A-7 Transportation of scrap tires; permits.
Section 22-40A-8 Processing of scrap tires; permits.
Section 22-40A-9 Manifests; out-of-state tires transported into Alabama.
Section 22-40A-10 Financial assurance.
Section 22-40A-11 Administration and enforcement.
Section 22-40A-12 Delegation agreements; county responsibilities.
Section 22-40A-13 End use market development program.
Section 22-40A-14 Scrap tire environmental fee.
Section 22-40A-15 Distribution of fee proceeds.
Section 22-40A-16 Disposition of funds.
Section 22-40A-17 Evaluation of suspected property; notice; costs.
Section 22-40A-18 Violations.
Section 22-40A-19 Penalties.
Section 22-40A-20 Applicability to government organizations.
Section 22-40A-21 Scrap Tire Commission.
Section 22-40A-22 Scrap Tire Fund.
Section 22-40A-23 Implementation of chapter.
Section 22-40A-24 Chapter ineffective upon abolition of scrap tire environmental fee.

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