2006 Alabama Code - Chapter 7 — OBSTRUCTING NAVIGATION AND DAMS.
Article 1 In General.
- Section 33-7-1 — Navigable waters as public thoroughfares.
- Section 33-7-2 — Opening and cleaning navigable streams.
- Section 33-7-3 — Obstructing navigable watercourse.
- Section 33-7-4 — Damages for diverting stream.
- Section 33-7-5 — Obstructing streams used for floating timber to market.
- Section 33-7-6 — Floating logs, timber or lumber upon watercourse without sufficient force to prevent obstruction.
- Section 33-7-7 — Turning logs, timber or lumber out of boom without notice to owner.
- Section 33-7-8 — Opening or cutting loose boom without authority.
- Section 33-7-9 — Trespass after warning on booms, bulkheads or piles erected, etc., by riparian proprietors.
- Section 33-7-10 — Mobile Harbor — Fastening vessels, rafts, etc., and obstructing channel in Mobile bay.
- Section 33-7-11 — Mobile Harbor — Injuring ship channel, beacon light, etc.
- Section 33-7-12 — Mobile Harbor — Master of vessel drawing more than 12 feet passing channel without permit, etc.
Article 2 Dams on Navigable Rivers.
- Section 33-7-30 — Easement and right to construct dams across navigable rivers.
- Section 33-7-31 — Eminent domain; improvement of navigation.
- Section 33-7-32 — Prior rights.
Article 3 Rights of Riparian Owners.
- Section 33-7-50 — Installing, etc., wharves, docks, etc.; charging tolls.
- Section 33-7-51 — Structures not to obstruct navigation, etc.; restriction on tolls; repossession by Legislature.
- Section 33-7-52 — Tolls, etc., charged subject to regulation by Legislature.
- Section 33-7-53 — Development and relief work upon and abutting on tidelands.
- Section 33-7-54 — Dredging or cleaning creeks, etc., running through property permitted; limitations on right.
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