2015 Code of Alabama
Title 28 - INTOXICATING LIQUOR, MALT BEVERAGES AND WINE.
Chapter 4 - REGULATION AND CONTROL OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES IN DRY COUNTIES AND DRY MUNICIPALITIES.
Article 10 - Abatement of Liquor Nuisances.
Section 28-4-229 - Fees and allowances of officers executing writs of seizure; payment of costs in proceedings.
There shall be allowed the officer making the seizure under a writ issued under Sections 28-4-225 and 28-4-226 in an injunction proceeding the sum of $3.00 and the sum of $.10 for every mile traveled in making the seizure, together with such reasonable sum as the court may deem just for necessary expenses incurred in transporting and providing storage for liquors and beverages and other movable property seized, all which costs shall be taxed in the bill of costs and, if not collected from a defendant, then shall be taxed and paid as in criminal prosecutions in which the state fails.
The costs in such injunction proceedings, unless charged against some party defendant by the court and collected from him, shall be paid as in criminal actions in which the state fails, upon the court making an order to that effect.(Acts 1909, No. 191, p. 63; Acts 1915, No. 2, p. 8; Code 1923, §4682; Code 1940, T. 29, §152.)
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