2006 Alabama Code - Section 25-3-2 — Commissioner of Labor — Appointment and term of office; oath of office and bond; filling of vacancies; full-time position.
The Department of Labor shall be headed by, and shall be under the direction, supervision and control of an officer who shall be known and designated as the Commissioner of Labor. He shall be responsible to the Governor for the administration of the Department of Labor and shall be appointed by and shall hold office at the pleasure of the Governor. Vacancies in the office for any reason shall be filled in the same manner as original appointments are made. Before entering upon the discharge of his duties the commissioner shall take the constitutional oath of office as provided for under the Constitution and shall execute bond in such penalty as may be prescribed by the Governor, conditioned upon a faithful discharge of his duties and payable to the State of Alabama. The commissioner shall devote full time to his official duties and shall not hold another office under the government of the United States, or under any other state, or of this state or any political subdivision thereof during his incumbency in such office, and shall not hold any position of trust or profit, or engage in any occupation or business the conduct of which shall interfere or be inconsistent with his duties as Director of Labor.
(Acts 1943, No. 298, p. 252, §4; Acts 1951, Ex. Sess., No. 12, p. 178.)
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