2020 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 7 - Sale, Purchase and Prescription of Alcohol by Druggists and Physicians.
Section 28-4-161 - Recordation, etc., by Probate Judge of Statements or Prescriptions Required to Be Filed by Article; Fee of Probate Judge; Evidentiary Effect of Certified Copy of Statement or Prescription.

Universal Citation: AL Code § 28-4-161 (2020)

Section 28-4-161

Recordation, etc., by probate judge of statements or prescriptions required to be filed by article; fee of probate judge; evidentiary effect of certified copy of statement or prescription.

All statements or prescriptions required by this article to be filed in the office of the probate judge shall be recorded and properly indexed by him in a book kept for that purpose which shall at all times be open to public inspection, and a certified copy of such record or the original statement or prescription with the certificate of the probate judge endorsed thereon showing it has been recorded shall be prima facie evidence of the facts therein recited. For making such record, the probate judge shall be entitled to charge and collect for each prescription a fee of $.10 and, for all statements other than prescriptions, a fee of $.25, which shall be paid by the party filing the same.

(Acts 1915, No. 1, p. 1; Code 1923, §4730; Code 1940, T. 29, §200.)

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