2020 Code of Alabama
Title 28 - Intoxicating Liquor, Malt Beverages and Wine.
Chapter 5 - Regulation of Manufacture, Sale, etc., of Industrial Alcohol.
Section 28-5-9 - Governor to Supervise Enforcement of Chapter; Promulgation of Regulations, Requirement of Reports, etc., Suspension or Revocation of Permits, Collection of Penalties on Bonds, etc., by Governor; Abatement of Plant Operating Without Permit.

Universal Citation: AL Code § 28-5-9 (2020)

Section 28-5-9

Governor to supervise enforcement of chapter; promulgation of regulations, requirement of reports, etc., suspension or revocation of permits, collection of penalties on bonds, etc., by Governor; abatement of plant operating without permit.

It shall be the duty of the Governor to supervise the enforcement of this chapter. The Governor shall prescribe the form and fix the condition of all permits issued under this chapter and shall have authority to make regulations, require the keeping of the records and the filing of reports to give effect to the provisions of this chapter and shall have the right, after notice and hearing, to suspend or revoke such permit for the violation of any law or regulation by the permittee or by his or its officers, agents, employees or servants in connection with the privilege granted by such permit. Upon the breach of any of the conditions of the bond required by this chapter, the Governor shall collect the penalty of the bond. No permit issued under this chapter shall grant any privilege inconsistent with the laws of the United States.

Any industrial alcohol plant operating without a valid permit issued by the Governor, as required by this chapter, may be abated as a nuisance in a civil action brought in a court of competent jurisdiction.

(Acts 1927, No. 474, p. 516; Code 1940, T. 29, §84.)

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