Constitution Of Alabama 1901

Article 1 Declaration of Rights.

Section

Section 1 Equality and rights of men.

Section 2 People source of power.

Section 3 Religious freedom.

Section 4 Freedom of speech and press.

Section 5 Unreasonable search and seizure; search warrants.

Section 6 Rights of persons in criminal prosecutions generally; self-incrimination; due process of law; right to speedy, public trial; change of venue.

Section 7 Accusation, arrest and detention; punishment limited to laws established prior to offense.

Section 8 Proceeding against person by information; grand jury not required in misdemeanor cases.

Section 9 Double jeopardy; discharge of juries from cases.

Section 10 Right to prosecute civil cause.

Section 11 Right to trial by jury.

Section 12 Prosecutions for libel or for publication of papers investigating official conduct of public officers.

Section 13 Courts to be open; remedies for all injuries; impartiality of justice.

Section 14 State not to be made defendant.

Section 15 Excessive fines; cruel or unusual punishment.

Section 16 Right to bail; excessive bail.

Section 17 Suspension of habeas corpus.

Section 18 Treason against the state.

Section 19 Bills of attainder of treason by legislature prohibited; conviction not to work corruption of blood or forfeiture of estate.

Section 20 Imprisonment for debts.

Section 21 Suspension of laws.

Section 22 Ex post facto laws; impairment of obligations of contracts; irrevocable or exclusive grants of special privileges or immunities.

Section 23 Eminent domain.

Section 24 Navigable waters declared free public highways; taxes, tolls, etc., for use of shores or wharves.

Section 25 Right to peaceably assemble and petition for redress of grievances, etc.

Section 26 Right to bear arms.

Section 27 Standing army; military subordinate to civil power.

Section 28 Quartering of soldiers in houses.

Section 29 Titles of nobility, hereditary distinction, etc.; restriction on appointments to office.

Section 30 Immigration, emigration and exile.

Section 31 Residence not forfeited by temporary absence from state.

Section 32 Slavery prohibited; involuntary servitude.

Section 33 Protection of suffrage.

Section 34 Property rights of aliens.

Section 35 Objective of government.

Section 36 Construction of Declaration of Rights.

Article II State and County Boundaries.

Section 37 State boundaries defined.

Section 38 County boundaries ratified and confirmed.

Section 39 Arrangement and designation of county boundaries; new counties.

Section 40 Minimum distance of county boundaries from courthouse.

Section 41 Removal of courthouse or county site.

Article III Distribution of Powers of Government.

Section 42 Legislative, executive and judicial departments established.

Section 43 Separation of powers.

Article IV Legislative Department.

Section

Section 44 Composition of legislature.

Section 45 Style of laws; division of laws; laws restricted to one subject; amendment or revival of laws by title only.

Section 46 Election and terms of office of senators and representatives; vacancies in office.

Section 47 Qualifications of senators and representatives.

Section 48 Time and place of meetings of legislature; maximum length of sessions.

Section 49 Compensation of members of legislature.

Section 50 Number of senators and representatives; apportionment of legislators.

Section 51 Election of president pro tem. of senate and speaker of house of representatives; temporary president and speaker; officers of each house; each house judge of election, returns and qualifications of members.

Section 52 Quorum in each house.

Section 53 Rules of proceedings of both houses; punishment for contempt or disorderly behavior; enforcement of process; protection of members from violence, bribes, etc.; expulsion of members.

Section 54 Expulsion for corruption bar to further service in legislature; punishment for contempt or disorderly behavior not bar to indictment for same offense.

Section 55 Journal of proceedings of each house.

Section 56 Immunity of legislators.

Section 57 Doors of each house to be open; exceptions; restrictions on admittance to floor.

Section 58 Adjournment or change of place of sitting by one house without consent of other house.

Section 59 Appointment of legislators to other offices during terms for which elected.

Section 60 Conviction of certain crimes bar to eligibility for legislature and to holding state office of trust or profit.

Section 61 Laws to be passed by bills; restrictions on amendments to bills.

Section 62 Referral of bills to standing committees.

Section 63 Number of readings for bills; recordation of votes on bills; majority vote required for passage of bills.

Section 64 Procedure for amendment of bills; adoption of reports of committees of conference.

Section 65 Lotteries and gift enterprises prohibited.

Section 66 Signature of bills by presiding officer of each house; reading of bills at length may be dispensed with.

Section 67 Number, duties and compensation of officers and employees of each house.

Section 68 Extra compensation not to be granted public officer, employee, contractor, etc., after service rendered or contract made; increase or decrease of compensation of officers during term of office.

Section 69 Stationery, printing, fuel, etc., to be furnished by lowest responsible bidder; conflicts of interest.

Section 70 Revenue bills to originate in house of representatives; preparation of general revenue bill; amendments to revenue bills by senate; time limit for passage of revenue bills.

Section 71 Restrictions on general appropriation bill.

Section 72 Payment of money out of state treasury; publication of annual statement of receipts and expenditures.

Section 73 Appropriations to charitable or educational institutions not under absolute control of state.

Section 74 Authorization of investment of trust funds by executors, trustees, etc., in bonds or stock of private corporations prohibited.

Section 75 Change of venue in civil and criminal cases.

Section 76 Restrictions on legislation at special sessions; duration of special sessions.

Section 77 State office for inspection or measuring of merchandise, commodities, etc., prohibited.

Section 78 Legislation to change seat of government of state.

Section 79 Bribery — Solicitation, acceptance, etc., of bribes by legislators.

Section 80 Same — Offer, gift, etc., of money, etc., to executive or judicial officers or members of legislature to influence official acts.

Section 81 Offense of corrupt solicitation to be defined by law.

Section 82 Disclosure of personal or private interest in bills, etc., by legislators.

Section 83 Voting in elections by legislature.

Section 84 Adoption of laws to provide for arbitration between parties.

Section 85 Periodic revision and promulgation of laws.

Section 86 Suppression of dueling.

Section 87 Deductions from salaries or compensation of public officers for neglect of duty.

Section 88 Counties to provide for maintenance of the poor.

Section 89 Municipalities not to pass laws in conflict with general laws of state.

Section 90 Acquisition of foreign territory; rights and privileges of inhabitants of acquired territory.

Section 91 Exemption from taxation of state, county, municipal, cemetery and certain religious, educational and charitable property.

Section 92 Rules and regulations to ascertain value of property exempted from sale under legal process.

Section 93 State not to engage in internal improvements or lend money or credit for same; state interest in private or corporate enterprises prohibited.

Section 94 Municipalities not to grant public money or lend credit to private persons or corporations.

Section 95 Impairing obligation of contracts; revival of barred rights or remedies; removal of cause of action or defense to suit after commencement of suit.

Section 96 Uniformity of laws regulating court costs and charges and fees, commissions and allowances of public officers.

Section 97 Payment of salary of deceased officer after date of death.

Section 98 Payments or grants to retiring officers.

Section 99 Restrictions on donation or sale of state lands to private corporations or individuals; grant of easements to railroad, telephone and telegraph companies.

Section 100 Obligations and liabilities of corporations, etc., held or owned by state, counties or municipalities.

Section 101 Lobbying in legislature by state or county officials.

Section 102 Miscegenation laws.

Section 103 Regulation, etc., of common carriers, partnerships, associations, trusts, monopolies and combinations of capital.

Section 104 Special, private or local laws — Prohibited in certain cases.

Section 105 Same Prohibited in cases provided for by general law; exception as to time of holding courts; partial repeal of general laws.

Section 106 Same Publication or posting of notice of intent to apply therefor within county or counties affected prior to introduction of bill.

Section 107 Same Notice required by section 106 prerequisite to repeal or amendment.

Section 108 Suspension of general laws for benefit of individuals or private corporations; exemption of individuals or private corporations from operation of general laws.

Section 109 General laws for protection of local and private interests.

Section 110 "General law," "local law" and "special or private law" defined.

Section 111 Amendment of bill introduced as general law so as to become special, private or local law on passage.

Article V Executive Department.

Section

Section 112 Composition; officers enumerated.

Section 113 Supreme executive power vested in governor.

Section 114 Governor, lieutenant governor, attorney-general, state auditor, secretary of state, state treasurer, superintendent of education and commissioner of agriculture and industries—How elected; when election held.

Section 115 Same Returns of election transmitted to speaker of house of representatives; opening and publication of election returns; duties of speaker and legislature ministerial in opening and publication of votes; person having highest number

Section 116 Same Term of office; officers not eligible to succeed selves; governor not eligible for other state office or senate of United States during term or within one year thereafter.

Section 117 Qualifications of governor and lieutenant governor; lieutenant governor ex officio president of senate.

Section 118 Compensation and residency requirements for governor, lieutenant governor, attorney-general, state auditor, secretary of state, state treasurer, superintendent of education and commissioner of agriculture and industries.

Section 119 Increase in salary of governor at session of legislature following ratification of Constitution.

Section 120 Governor to faithfully execute laws.

Section 121 Governor may require reports from officers of executive department and officers and managers of state institutions; false reports or failure to file reports constitutes impeachable offense.

Section 122 Governor authorized to convene legislature on extraordinary occasions; proclamation of governor to state matters on which action necessary.

Section 123 Reports and information to be given legislature by governor; presentation of budget to legislature.

Section 124 Authority of governor to remit fines and forfeitures and grant reprieves, paroles, commutations of sentence and pardons; board of pardons; report by governor to legislature; pardons in cases of felonies and offenses involving moral turpitud

Section 125 Presentation of bills to governor for signature; veto power of governor; procedure for passage of bill after veto by governor; effect of failure of governor to sign bill.

Section 126 Authority of governor to veto items in appropriation bills.

Section 127 Succession to office of governor; filling of vacancy when offices of governor and lieutenant governor both vacant; procedure when governor or successor impeached, absent from state, disabled, etc.; failure of governor-elect, lieutenant gove

Section 128 Procedure when governor or acting governor appears to be of unsound mind.

Section 129 Compensation of acting governor.

Section 130 Holding office in addition to that of governor.

Section 131 Military powers of governor.

Section 132 Qualifications of attorney-general, state auditor, secretary of state, state treasurer, superintendent of education and commissioner of agriculture and industries.

Section 133 Great seal of state.

Section 134 Duties of secretary of state generally.

Section 135 Issuance and execution of grants and commissions.

Section 136 Vacancy in office or unsoundness of mind of attorney-general, state auditor, secretary of state, state treasurer, superintendent of education or commissioner of agriculture and industries.

Section 137 Duties generally and restrictions on receipt of fees, etc., by attorney-general, state auditor, secretary of state, state treasurer, superintendent of education and commissioner of agriculture and industries; annual report by state treasure

Section 138 Election and term of office of sheriffs; sheriff not eligible to succeed self; impeachment of sheriff; effect of impeachment of sheriff.

Article VI Judicial Department.

Section 139 Vesting of judicial power; minimum standards for establishment of courts of general jurisdiction in counties.

Section 140 Jurisdiction of supreme court generally; power of supreme court to issue certain remedial and original writs.

Section 141 Place of holding supreme court.

Section 142 Division of state into circuits; residency requirements for circuit judges.

Section 143 Jurisdiction of circuit courts.

Section 144 When and where circuit courts to be held; circuit judges may hold court for each other; power of circuit judges to issue writs of injunction returnable to courts of chancery.

Section 145 Authority to establish courts of chancery; division of state into chancery divisions; districts within chancery divisions; residency requirements for chancellor.

Section 146 When and where chancery courts to be held; chancellors may hold court for each other.

Section 147 Certain counties need not be included in circuit or chancery divisions; minimum number of counties in circuit or chancery divisions.

Section 148 Legislature may confer jurisdiction of circuit and chancery court on either court; consolidation of courts in counties having two or more courts of record.

Section 149 Legislature may establish court of probate in each county; powers generally of probate courts.

Section 150 Compensation and restrictions on holding other offices for supreme court justices, chancellors and judges of circuit and other courts of record, except probate judges.

Section 151 Composition of supreme court.

Section 152 Election of supreme court justices, judges of circuit courts, judges of probate courts and chancellors.

Section 153 Election or appointment of judges of inferior courts.

Section 154 Qualifications of chancellors and judges of courts of record.

Section 155 Terms of office of supreme court justices, chancellors and judges of circuit and probate courts.

Section 156 Time of holding election for supreme court justices; staggered terms of office for supreme court justices.

Section 157 Judicial officers conservators of the peace.

Section 158 Vacancies in office of supreme court justices, elected judges and chancellors.

Section 159 Initial appointment or election of judges or chancellors for newly created circuits or chancery divisions.

Section 160 Procedure when judge or chancellor incompetent to try, hear or render judgment in case.

Section 161 Failure of judges or chancellors to attend regular terms of court.

Section 162 Judges of courts of record not to practice law.

Section 163 Appointment, qualifications, terms of office and compensation of registers in chancery; fees of registers of chancery to be uniform throughout state.

Section 164 Appointment and term of office of clerk of supreme court; selection of clerks of inferior courts.

Section 165 Election and term of office of clerks of circuit courts; clerk may serve as register in chancery; filling of vacancies in office of clerk.

Section 166 Removal of clerk of supreme court and registers in chancery.

Section 167 Election, qualifications, terms of office and compensation of circuit solicitors; appointment or election of county solicitors.

Section 168 Election of justices of the peace and constables; jurisdiction of justices of the peace; fees of justices of the peace and constables; appeals from justices of the peace; terms of office of justices of the peace and notaries public; appoint

Section 169 Exclusion of persons from courtroom in cases of rape and assault with intent to ravish.

Section 170 Style of all processes.

Section 171 Authority of legislature to abolish courts when function conferred upon some other court.

Section 172 Terms of office of incumbents not abridged.

Article VII Impeachments.

Section 173 Governor, lieutenant-governor, attorney-general, state auditor, secretary of state, state treasurer, superintendent of education, commissioner of agriculture and industries and justices of supreme court.

Section 174 Chancellors, judges of circuit and probate courts, judges of courts from which appeal may be taken directly to supreme court, solicitors and sheriffs.

Section 175 Clerks of circuit courts, courts of like jurisdiction and criminal courts, tax collectors, tax assessors, judges of inferior courts, coroners, justices of the peace, notaries public, constables and county and municipal officers.

Section 176 Limitation on impeachment penalties; accused person liable to indictment and punishment.

Article VIII Suffrage and Elections.

Section 177 Age and citizenship qualifications of electors.

Section 178 Residency, registration and poll tax requirements for electors.

Section 179 Method of voting.

Section 180 Persons qualified to register as electors Prior to December 20, 1902.

Section 181 Same After January 1, 1903.

Section 182 Certain persons disqualified from registering and voting.

Section 183 Qualifications as elector required to participate in primary elections, party conventions, mass meetings or other methods of political party action.

Section 184 Applicability of article as to elections held after 1902 general election.

Section 185 Oath or affirmation when vote challenged; false oath or affirmation constitutes perjury.

Section 186 Legislature to provide for registration procedure after January 1, 1903; procedure for registration prior to January 1, 1903.

Section 187 County board of registrars to furnish list of registered voters to judges of probate by February 1, 1903; judges of probate to file list with secretary of state by March 1, 1903; term for which registration valid; certificate of registratio

Section 188 Certain information to be furnished prior to registration.

Section 189 Testimony may be required of any person other than defendant in trials of contested elections, proceedings to investigate elections and criminal prosecutions under election laws; immunity from prosecution due to testimony given.

Section 190 Duty of legislature to pass laws regulating elections, primary elections and purging of registration lists.

Section 191 Protection against evils of intoxicating liquors at elections.

Section 192 Electors immune from arrest going to, attending and returning from elections.

Section 193 Returns of elections for certain officials to be made to secretary of state.

Section 194 Poll tax Amount; maximum age for payment; when due and payable; when delinquent; returns of collections to be separate from other collections.

Section 195 Same Payment of tax of another; advance of money for payment in order to influence vote.

Section 196 Severability of article.

Article IX Representation.

Section 197 Ratio of senators to representatives.

Section 198 Maximum number of members of house of representatives; apportionment of house based on decennial census of United States.

Section 199 Duty of legislature to fix number of representatives and apportion them among counties following each decennial census; each county entitled to at least one representative.

Section 200 Duty of legislature to fix number of senators and divide state into senatorial districts; equality of senatorial districts; senatorial districts not to be changed until next apportioning session; division of counties between senatorial dist

Section 201 State may provide for enumeration of inhabitants for purpose of apportionment of representatives and senators.

Section 202 Initial apportionment of house of representatives.

Section 203 Initial apportionment of senatorial districts.

Article X Exemptions.

Section 204 Personal property of value of one thousand dollars exempt from sale, execution or other process of court issued for collection of debt.

Section 205 Homestead not exceeding eighty acres or city, town or village lot not exceeding two thousand dollars in value exempt from sale, execution or other process of court issued for collection of debt; exception as to mortgages.

Section 206 Homestead of family exempt from payments of debt after death of owner during minority of children.

Section 207 Laborers' liens and mechanics' liens not barred by sections 204 and 205.

Section 208 Homestead exempt upon death of owner, leaving widow, but no children.

Section 209 Property rights of females; property of wife not liable for debts, etc., of husband.

Section 210 Waiver of right of exemption.

Article XI Taxation.

Section 211 Property taxes to be assessed in exact proportion to value of property.

Section 212 Power to levy taxes not to be delegated.

Section 213 Creation of state debt after ratification of Constitution; temporary loans; refunding bonds for existing indebtedness.

Section 214 Limitation on state property tax rate.

Section 215 Limitation on county property tax rates; special county taxes for public buildings, bridges and roads.

Section 216 Limitation on property tax rates of municipal corporations.

Section 217 Property of private corporations, associations and individuals to be taxed at same rate; exception as to religious, educational and charitable property.

Section 218 Counties and municipal corporations exempt from payment of charges payable from state treasury.

Section 219 Estate taxes.

Article XII Corporations.

Article Municipal Corporations.

Section 220 Consent of municipal corporation prerequisite to use of public property for public utility or private enterprise purposes.

Section 221 Payment of state license tax, etc., not to excuse payment of other privilege and license taxes.

Section 222 Issuance of bonds by counties, municipal corporations, districts and other political subdivisions of counties.

Section 223 Limitation on assessments for public improvements by municipal corporations.

Section 224 Limitation on county indebtedness.

Section 225 Indebtedness of municipal corporations Limitation; exception as to Sheffield and Tuscumbia.

Section 226 Same Municipal corporations whose present indebtedness exceeds constitutional limitation; exception as to Sheffield and Tuscumbia.

Section 227 Liability of public utilities in municipal corporations for damages to abutting property owners.

Section 228 Maximum term of public utility franchises in cities and towns having population of six thousand or more.

Article Private Corporations.

Section 229 Special laws conferring corporate powers prohibited; general law as to grant or amendment of corporate charters; corporation franchise taxes to be paid; exemption of benevolent, educational or religious corporations from franchise taxes.

Section 230 Cancellation of certain corporate charters.

Section 231 Limitation on remitting forfeiture of corporate charters.

Section 232 Foreign corporations doing business in state.

Section 233 Corporations restricted to business authorized by charter.

Section 234 Restrictions on issuance of corporate stock and bonds.

Section 235 Taking of property for public use by municipal and other corporations.

Section 236 Security for dues from private corporations; liability of stockholders.

Section 237 Issuance of preferred stock by corporations.

Section 238 Authority of legislature to revoke charters of incorporation.

Section 239 Telegraph and telephone companies.

Section 240 Corporations may sue and be sued like natural persons.

Section 241 "Corporation" defined.

Article Railroads and Canals.

Section 242 When railroads and canals deemed public highways; railroad and canal companies; common carriers; rights of railroad companies generally.

Section 243 Regulation of railroad companies vested in legislature.

Section 244 Giving free passes or discount tickets to members of legislature or officers exercising judicial functions.

Section 245 Railroad companies not to give rebates or bonuses in nature thereof; deceiving or misleading public as to rates.

Section 246 Acceptance of article prerequisite to benefits of future legislation.

Article XIII Banks and Banking.

Section 247 Authority of legislature restricted.

Section 248 Banking laws to be general; specie basis; authority of banks to issue bills to circulate as money.

Section 249 Bills or notes issued as money redeemable in gold or silver; laws not to sanction suspension of specie payments.

Section 250 Preference of certain creditors in case of insolvency of bank.

Section 251 Termination of business.

Section 252 Maximum rate of interest.

Section 253 State and political subdivisions thereof not to be stockholders in banks or lend credit thereto.

Section 254 Examination of banks by public officers; semiannual reports by banks.

Section 255 Applicability of article.

Article XIV Education.

Section

Section 256 Duty of legislature to establish and maintain public school system; apportionment of public school fund; separate schools for white and colored children.

Section 257 Principal from sale, etc., of school property to be preserved; disposition of income therefrom.

Section 258 Property donated or appropriated for educational purposes and estates of persons dying without will or heirs to be applied to maintenance of public schools.

Section 259 Use of poll taxes for support of public schools.

Section 260 Certain income to be applied to support and maintenance of public schools; special annual tax for schools; maximum annual levy on taxable property; priority for payment of bonded indebtedness of state.

Section 261 Percentage of school funds for teachers' salaries.

Section 262 Supervision of public schools vested in superintendent of education.

Section 263 School funds not to be used for support of sectarian or denominational schools.

Section 264 Board of trustees of state university.

Section 265 Annual payment of interest on funds of University of Alabama; authority to abolish military system at university.

Section 266 Board of trustees of Alabama Polytechnic Institute.

Section 267 Change of location of Alabama Polytechnic Institute, Alabama Schools for the Deaf and Blind or Alabama Girls Industrial School.

Section 268 Provision for taking school census.

Section 269 Special county school taxes.

Section 270 Applicability of article to Mobile county.

Article XV Militia.

Section 271 Composition of militia; organizing, arming and disciplining militia; naval militia may be organized.

Section 272 Conformance with regulations governing armies of United States.

Section 273 Election or appointment of company and regimental officers.

Section 274 Volunteer organizations.

Section 275 Immunity of members from arrest while attending, going to or returning from musters, parades and elections.

Section 276 Appointment and terms of office of general officers; staffs of governor, generals and regimental and battalion commanders.

Section 277 Safe keeping of arms, ammunition, military records, etc.

Section 278 Officers and men not entitled to compensation when not in active service.

Article XVI Oath of Office.

Section 279 Required of members of legislature and executive and judicial officers; form; administration.

Article XVII Miscellaneous Provisions.

Section 280 Holding state and federal office at same time; holding two state offices at same time.

Section 281 Compensation of civil officers not to be increased or diminished during term for which elected or appointed.

Section 282 Duty of legislature to enact laws to effectuate Constitution.

Section 283 Validation of certain acts relating to bonded debt of state; governor authorized to act thereunder.

Article XVIII Mode of Amending the Constitution.

Section 284 Manner of proposing amendments; submission of amendments to electors; election on amendments; proclamation of result of election; basis of representation in legislature not to be changed by amendment.

Section 285 Election ballots; affirmative vote of majority of electors voting required for passage.

Section 286 Manner of calling convention for purpose of altering or amending Constitution; repeal of act or resolution calling convention; jurisdiction and power of convention not restricted.

Section 287 Votes by legislature on proposed amendments or bills or resolutions calling conventions; acts or resolutions proposing amendments or calling conventions not to be submitted to governor for approval.

Ratification

Amendment 1 Amendment of Section 93.

Amendment 2 Fees of Officers of Jefferson County.

Amendment 3 Special School Tax Amendment.

Amendment 4 Montgomery County Salary Amendment.

Amendment 5 Repeal of Section 250.

Amendment 6 Additional School Tax in City of Selma.

Amendment 7 Exempting Sailors and Soldiers From The Payment of Poll Tax.

Amendment 8 Municipal Tax Amendment.

Amendment 9 Art. XX. To Provide for Bonds for the Construction of Roads and Highways.

Amendment 10 Poll Tax Exemption Amendment.

Amendment 11 Road Bond Issue Amendment.

Amendment 12 Amendment of Section 93.

Amendment 13 Tax Rates in Jasper, Cordova, Dora, Oxford, Talladega, Citronelle, Girard, Albany and Tuscaloosa.

Amendment 14 Poll Tax Exemption Amendment.

Amendment 15 Drainage Systems, Public Roads and Seawalls.

Amendment 16 Mobile County School Tax.

Amendment 17 Tax Rates in Certain Municipalities.

Amendment 18 Mobile County Road Bonds.

Amendment 19 Walker County Special Road Tax.

Amendment 20 Tax Elections in Certain School Districts in Lawrence County.

Amendment 21 Art. XXA. State Roads, Highways and Bridges—Bond Issue.

Amendment 22 Drainage Districts.

Amendment 23 Repeal of Section 219; Inheritance and Estate Taxes.

Amendment 24 Amendment of Section 284.

Amendment 25 Income Taxes.

Amendment 26 Amendment of Section 213.

Amendment 26A Suspension of Restriction on Diminishing Public Salaries, etc.

Amendment 27 Amendment of Section 229.

Amendment 28 Costs, Fees, Salaries, etc., of Certain Officers in Mobile County.

Amendment 29 Mobile County Bonds.

Amendment 30 Lawrence County Bonds.

Amendment 31 Taxation in Municipality of Attalla.

Amendment 32 Tax Elections in Certain School Districts in Lawrence County.

Amendment 33 Regulation of Salaries, etc., of Certain Public Officers in Calhoun and Tuscaloosa Counties.

Amendment 34 Tax for Malaria Control in Limestone County.

Amendment 35 Amendment of Section 138.

Amendment 36 Bonds for Erection, etc., of Jail in Morgan County.

Amendment 37 Amendment of Section 8.

Amendment 38 Amendment of Section 124.

Amendment 39 Time and Place of Meetings of Legislature; Biennial Sessions; Organizational Sessions; Election of President Pro Tempore of Senate and Speaker of House of Representatives; Maximum Length of Sessions; Compensation and Travel Allowances of Me

Amendment 40 Amendment of Section 74.

Amendment 41 Amendment of Section 190.

Amendment 42 Bonds to Pay or Retire Alabama Bridge Commission Bonds.

Amendment 43 Regulation of Salaries, etc., of Certain Public Officers in Etowah and Cherokee Counties.

Amendment 44 Regulation of Salaries, etc., of Officers of Morgan County.

Amendment 45 Drainage Districts in Colbert County.

Amendment 46 Salaries, etc., of Certain Public Officers of Dallas County.

Amendment 47 Fees, Commissions, Salaries, etc., of Sheriff of Mobile County.

Amendment 48 Fees, Salaries, etc., of Certain Public Officers in Houston County.

Amendment 49 Poll Tax Exemption Amendment.

Amendment 50 Fees, Salaries, etc., of Certain Public Officers in Walker County.

Amendment 51 Amendment of Section 251.

Amendment 52 Special Tax for Educational Purposes in Cities of Decatur and Cullman and for Hospital Purposes in Morgan County.

Amendment 53 Public Hospitals and Health Facilities.

Amendment 54 Taxation in Municipality of Haleyville.

Amendment 55 Amendment of Section 181.

Amendment 56 Additional Municipal Taxes.

Amendment 57 Time and Place of Meetings of Legislature; Biennial Sessions; Organizational Sessions; Election of President Pro Tempore of Senate and Speaker of House of Representatives; Maximum Length of Sessions; Compensation and Travel Allowances of Me

Amendment 58 Amendment of Section 93.

Amendment 59 Additional County Taxes for County Hospitals.

Amendment 60 Debt Limit of Mobile County.

Amendment 61 Disposition of Income Tax; Exemption of Homesteads From State Ad Valorem Tax.

Amendment 62 Fees, Salaries, etc., of Certain Public Officers in Etowah County.

Amendment 63 Special Tax for Hospital and Public Health Purposes in Montgomery County.

Amendment 64 Fees, Salaries, etc., of Certain Public Officers in Limestone County.

Amendment 65 Special Tax for Hospital and Public Health Purposes in DeKalb County.

Amendment 66 License Tax on Selling, etc., of Motor Fuel in Marshall County.

Amendment 67 Special School Tax in Etowah County.

Amendment 68 Calhoun County Special School Tax.

Amendment 69 Special Tax for Hospital Purposes in Marion County.

Amendment 70 Special Tax for Hospital and Public Health Purposes in Escambia County.

Amendment 71 Tuscaloosa County Special School Tax.

Amendment 72 Special Tax for Hospital and Public Health Purposes in Counties Except Mobile, Montgomery and Jefferson.

Amendment 73 Jefferson County Sewer Bonds.

Amendment 74 Bonds for State Board of Health Hospitals and District Tuberculosis Sanitoria.

Amendment 75 Bonds, etc., for Hospital Purposes or Health Facilities in Marion County.

Amendment 76 Special County Tax for Public Hospital Purposes.

Amendment 77 Special School Tax in St. Clair County.

Amendment 78 Cherokee County Special School District Tax.

Amendment 79 Special School District in Lawrence County.

Amendment 80 Huntsville Special School Tax.

Amendment 81 Establishing or Abolishing Branch Courthouse or Division or Branch of Court of Record.

Amendment 82 Jefferson County Consolidation School Tax Amendment.

Amendment 83 Vacancies in Office of Judge of Circuit Court Holding at Birmingham.

Amendment 84 Economic Development of Municipalities in Marion County

Amendment 85 Court Costs and Charges, Fees, Salaries, etc., of Officers in Talladega County.

Amendment 86 Special School Tax in Monroe County.

Amendment 87 Bond Issue for Acquiring, etc., Public Roads, Highways and Bridges in Conjunction With United States.

Amendment 88 Appointments and Promotions in Civil Service.

Amendment 89 Amendment of Sections 272, 273 and 276.

Amendment 90 Veteran's Poll Tax Exemption Amendment.

Amendment 91 Amendment of Section 181.

Amendment 92 Increasing or Decreasing Salaries, etc., of State and County Officers.

Amendment 93 Expenditure of Fees or Taxes Relating to Use, etc., of Vehicles and to Fuels Used for Vehicles.

Amendment 94 Economic Development of Municipalities in Fayette County.

Amendment 95 Economic Development of Municipalities in Blount County.

Amendment 96 Amendment of Section 178.

Amendment 97 Special Elections to Fill Vacancies in Either House of Legislature.

Amendment 98 Levy and Collection of Additional Property Taxes in Talladega County.

Amendment 99 Authorizing the Creation of Special School Districts, etc., in Lawrence County.

Amendment 100 Extension of Debt Limit of Mobile County.

Amendment 101 Special Property Tax for Public School Buildings in Marshall County.

Amendment 102 Special Ad Valorem Tax for School Purposes on Real and Tangible Personal Property within Chambers County.

Amendment 103 Costs and Charges of Courts and the Offices, Terms, and Compensation of Officers of Chambers County.

Amendment 104 Economic Development of Municipalities of Haleyville and Double Springs.

Amendment 105 Costs and Charges of Courts in Madison County.

Amendment 106 Additional Taxes in Morgan County for Public School Purposes.

Amendment 107 Issuance of Revenue Bonds and Other Revenue Securities by Municipalities.

Amendment 108 Bonds and Other Securities Issued by Certain Public Corporations.

Amendment 109 Exempting Blind and Deaf Persons from Payment of Poll Tax.

Amendment 110 Filling Vacancy in Office of Judge of Jefferson County Circuit Court.

Amendment 111 Amendment of Sections 137, 139, 256, 258, 259, 260, 269, 270.

Amendment 112 Amendment of Section 94.

Amendment 113 Bond Issue for Building Construction and Improvement Purposes at Alabama State Hospitals and Partlow State School for Mental Deficients.

Amendment 114 Bond Issue to Assist in Construction and Equipment of Hospitals, etc.

Amendment 115 Extension of Debt Limit of Tuscaloosa County.

Amendment 116 State Works of Internal Improvement Along Navigable Waterways and Indebtedness Therefor.

Amendment 117 Bonds for Construction and Improvement Purposes at Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind.

Amendment 118 Increasing Rate of Interest and Other Matters Relating to Bonds Authorized Under Amendment No. 113.

Amendment 119 Bonds for Construction and Improvement Purposes at University of Alabama Medical Center.

Amendment 120 Bonds for Construction and Improvement Purposes at The Alabama Polytechnic Institute.

Amendment 121 Increasing Rate of Interest and Other Matters Relating to Bonds Issued Under Amendment No. 114.

Amendment 122 Bonds of Mobile County for Public School Buildings.

Amendment 123 Special School District Taxes in Cleburne County.

Amendment 124 Special School Tax in Russell County; Tax Anticipation Bonds.

Amendment 125 Use of Certain Special County Taxes for Hospital Care and Treatment of Indigent Residents.

Amendment 126 Certain Obligations of Municipality Having Less than 6,000 Inhabitants Not Indebtedness Within Meaning of Section 225.

Amendment 127 Court Costs and Fees, Allowances, etc., of Officers of Walker County.

Amendment 128 Economic Development of Bullock County.

Amendment 129 Additional Property Taxes in School Districts of Tallapoosa County.

Amendment 130 Special Tax by School Districts of Colbert County.

Amendment 131 Special Property Tax for Educational Purposes in Butler County.

Amendment 132 Altering Boundaries, Reducing Area or Abolishing Macon County.

Amendment 133 License, Excise, etc., Taxes on Wages or Salaries by Municipal Corporations in Walker County.

Amendment 134 Costs and Charges of Courts and Compensation of Officers of DeKalb County.

Amendment 135 Fees, Allowances, etc., of Judge of Probate and Other Officers of Madison County.

Amendment 136 Compensation, Allowances, etc., of Officers of Colbert County.

Amendment 137 Costs and Charges of Courts and Fees, Allowances, etc., of Officers of Cullman County.

Amendment 138 Fees, Allowances, etc., of Officers of Dallas County.

Amendment 139 Costs and Charges of Courts in Montgomery County.

Amendment 140 Special, Private or Local Laws Relating to Lauderdale County and Municipalities Therein.

Amendment 141 Bond Issue for Mental Hospital at University of Alabama Medical Center.

Amendment 142 Laws Placing Responsibility for County Roads in State Highway Department.

Amendment 143 Special Property Tax in Barbour County.

Amendment 144 Laws Changing Form of Government of Colbert County or Municipalities Therein or Changing Term of Office, Compensation, Allowances, etc., of Officers Thereof.

Amendment 145 Special Tax in School Districts of Coosa County.

Amendment 146 Special Property Tax for Educational Purposes in DeKalb County.

Amendment 147 Special Property Tax for Educational Purposes in Lee County and City of Opelika.

Amendment 148 Special Property Tax for Educational Purposes in City of Auburn.

Amendment 149 Special Tax in School District No. 1 of Madison County.

Amendment 150 Pension or Retirement System in Mobile County and Municipalities Therein.

Amendment 151 Bonds of Mobile County for Schoolhouses and Hospitals.

Amendment 152 Amendment of Amendment No. 18.

Amendment 153 Special Tax for School Purposes in Winston County.

Amendment 154 Nonresidents Making Mortgage Loans Through Licensed Mortgage Loan Brokers.

Amendment 155 Economic Development of Municipality of Uniontown.

Amendment 156 Special Property Tax for Educational Purposes in School District No. 2 of Randolph County.

Amendment 157 Bonds for Construction and Improvement Purposes at University of Alabama Research Institute.

Amendment 158 Bond Issue to Assist in Construction and Equipment of Hospitals, etc.

Amendment 159 Continuity of Legislature in Event of Enemy Attack.

Amendment 160 Issuance of Revenue Securities by Institutions of Learning.

Amendment 161 Board of Trustees of Auburn University.

Amendment 162 Additional Tax for School Purposes in Baldwin County

Amendment 163 License Taxes for School Purposes in Bullock County.

Amendment 164 Special Property Tax for Educational Purposes in Tuscaloosa County.

Amendment 165 Use of Special School Tax Funds, Refunding of Bonds, etc., in Calhoun County.

Amendment 166 Special Property Tax for Acquiring, etc., Vocational Trade School and for Rural and Industrial Development in Chilton County.

Amendment 167 Additional Tax for School Purposes in Choctaw County.

Amendment 168 Additional Tax for School Purposes in Clarke County.

Amendment 169 Special School Tax in Clay County.

Amendment 170 Special Property Tax for Educational Purposes in City of Tuscumbia.

Amendment 171 Special Property Tax for Educational Purposes in City of Sheffield.

Amendment 172 Special Property Tax for Educational Purposes in City of Muscle Shoals.

Amendment 173 Additional Tax for School Purposes in Franklin County.

Amendment 174 Special Property Tax for Acquiring, etc., Vocational Trade School and for Rural and Industrial Development in Jackson County.

Amendment 175 Special District Tax for Furtherance of Education in Jefferson County.

Amendment 176 Additional Tax for School Purposes in Lamar County.

Amendment 177 Special Property Tax for Educational Purposes in Lauderdale County.

Amendment 178 Special School Tax for City of Florence.

Amendment 179 Special Property Tax for School Capital Outlay Purposes in Mobile County.

Amendment 180 Special Property Tax for Educational Purposes in School District No. 1, Randolph County.

Amendment 181 Special School Tax in Talladega County.

Amendment 182 Additional School Tax in Washington County.

Amendment 183 Economic Development of Autauga County and Municipalities Therein.

Amendment 184 Legislation as to DeKalb County.

Amendment 185 Compensation of Certain Officers of Elmore County.

Amendment 186 Economic Development of Franklin County and Municipalities Therein.

Amendment 187 Bond Issue for Construction and Equipment of Courthouse and Jail in Geneva County.

Amendment 188 Economic Development of Greene County.

Amendment 189 Economic Development of Municipalities in Lamar County.

Amendment 190 Economic Development of Lawrence County and Municipalities Therein.

Amendment 191 Promotion of Industrial, Commercial and Agricultural Development in Madison County and City of Huntsville.

Amendment 192 Pensions of Former Officers of Mobile County and Municipalities Therein.

Amendment 193 Bond Issue for Capital Improvements in Mobile County.

Amendment 194 Budget of Mobile County Public Hospital Board.

Amendment 195 Special Tax for Public Hospital Purposes in Mobile County.

Amendment 196 Costs and Charges of Courts, and Compensation of Certain Officers, in St. Clair County.

Amendment 197 Economic Development of St. Clair County and Municipalities Therein.

Amendment 198 Hospital Tax and Tax Anticipation Bonds, etc., in Tallapoosa County.

Amendment 199 Special Tax and Bond Issue for Public Buildings in Washington County.

Amendment 200 Bonds for Voting Machines.

Amendment 201 Promotion of Cattle Industry.

Amendment 202 Additional Property Tax for County Educational Purposes.

Amendment 203 Additional Property Tax for Educational Purposes in Jackson County.

Amendment 204 Special School Taxes in Walker County.

Amendment 205 Special Property Taxes for School Purposes in Marion County.

Amendment 206 Additional Taxes for School Purposes in Coffee County.

Amendment 207 Amendment of Section 178.

Amendment 208 Amendment of Section 215.

Amendment 209 Additional Tax in City of Mountain Brook.

Amendment 210 Warrants Payable Out of Proceeds of Special Taxes for Educational Purposes in DeKalb County.

Amendment 211 Further Provisions as to Additional Tax for School Purposes in Franklin County.

Amendment 212 State Tax on Net Income of Corporations.

Amendment 213 Bonds for State Docks Facilities.

Amendment 214 Promotion of Poultry and Poultry Products.

Amendment 215 Costs and Charges of Court and Fees, etc., of Officers of Marshall County.

Amendment 216 Warrants Payable from Proceeds of Special School Taxes in Coffee County.

Amendment 217 Economic Development of Clarke County and Municipalities Therein.

Amendment 218 Special School Tax in City of Huntsville.

Amendment 219 Levy of Certain Privilege Licence Taxes by Municipalities in Mobile County.

Amendment 220 Promotion of Industrial, Commercial and Agricultural Development in City of Bayou La Batre.

Amendment 221 Economic Development of City of York.

Amendment 222 Bonds for State Docks Facilities.

Amendment 223 Qualifications and Registration of Electors; Repeal of Section 181.

Amendment 224 Bonds for Display of Certain Exhibits in Madison County.

Amendment 225 Deduction of Federal Income Tax From Gross Income When Computing State Income Tax.

Amendment 226 Designation of Circuit Solicitor as District Attorney.

Amendment 227 Development of Irrigation Districts.

Amendment 228 Bonds for Enlargement, etc., of Municipally-Owned Manufacturing, Industrial or Commercial Projects.

Section 229 Costs and Charges of Courts, and Compensation of Certain Officers, in Baldwin County.

Amendment 230 Special District Tax for Public Hospital Purposes in Baldwin County.

Amendment 231 Compensation of Certain Officers of Bullock County.

Amendment 232 Special School Tax in City of Anniston.

Amendment 233 Legislation as to Costs and Charges of Courts in Dallas County.

Amendment 234 Special School Tax for City of Fort Payne.

Amendment 235 Trial Tax or Charge on Litigation in Etowah County.

Amendment 236 Compensation of Certain Officers of Greene County.

Amendment 237 Bonds for Courthouse and Jail in Henry County.

Amendment 238 Bonds for Civic Centers in Certain Counties.

Amendment 239 Fire Protection or Garbage and Trash Disposal Districts in Jefferson County.

Amendment 240 Special Ad Valorem Tax for Paying Principal and Interest on Bonds of City of Birmingham.

Amendment 241 Compensation of Certain Officers of Lauderdale County.

Amendment 242 Special Property Tax for Recreational Purposes in City of Auburn.

Amendment 243 Development of Elk River Watershed Area in Lauderdale and Limestone Counties.

Amendment 244 Economic Development of Town of Lester.

Amendment 245 Amendment of Amendment No. 191.

Amendment 246 Refunding of Securities by Certain Municipalities in Marion County.

Amendment 247 Development of Bear Creek Watershed Area.

Amendment 248 Amendment of Amendment No. 195.

Amendment 249 Costs and Charges of Courts, and Compensation of County Officers, in Shelby County.

Amendment 250 Economic Development of Sumter County.

Amendment 251 Economic Development of Municipality of Livingston.

Amendment 252 Special School Tax in School District No. 1 of Talladega County.

Amendment 253 Special Property Tax for Educational Purposes in City of Jasper.

Amendment 254 Additional Taxes for Hospital Purposes in Winston County.

Amendment 255 Legislation as to Winston County.

Amendment 256 Economic Development of Municipalities of Addison and Lynn.

Amendment 257 Water Management Districts.

Amendment 258 Legislation as to Jurisdiction of Inferior Courts Established in Lieu of Justices of the Peace in Jefferson County.

Amendment 259 Promotion of Industrial, Commercial and Agricultural Development in City of Evergreen.

Amendment 260 Amendment of Amendment No. 175.

Amendment 261 Promotion of Industrial, Commercial and Agricultural Development in City of Bayou La Batre.

Amendment 262 Hospital Tax in Districts 1, 2 and 3 of Franklin County.

Amendment 263 Economic Development of Municipalities in Geneva County.

Amendment 264 Bonds for Courthouse in Marengo County.

Amendment 265 Compensation of Certain Officers of Marengo County.

Amendment 266 Bond Issue for Acquisition, Improvement, etc., of Mental Health Facilities.

Amendment 267 Bond Issue to Acquire, Develop, etc., State Parks and Park Facilities.

Amendment 268 Amendment of Section 225.

Amendment 269 Special Property Tax by Counties or Municipalities for Library Purposes.

Amendment 270 Navigable Waterway Between Demopolis and Tennessee River and Flood Control Projects on Tributary Streams of Tombigbee River.

Amendment 271 Amendment of Section 164.

Amendment 272 Game and Fish Fund.

Amendment 273 Bonds for State Docks Facilities

Amendment 274 Works of Internal Improvement Along Navigable Waterways.

Amendment 275 Special Property Tax for Public Hospital Purposes in Mobile County.

Amendment 276 Hospital Tax in District 2 of Walker County.

Amendment 277 Economic Development of Town of Carbon Hill.

Amendment 278 Costs and Charges of Courts in Elmore County.

Amendment 279 Special Property Tax for Educational Purposes in City of Fort Payne.

Amendment 280 Amendment of Amendment No. 238.

Amendment 281 Application of Special School Taxes in City of Anniston.

Amendment 282 Amendment of Section 116.

Amendment 283 Legislation as to Jurisdiction of Inferior Courts Established in Lieu of Justices of the Peace in Jefferson County.

Amendment 284 Selection, Qualifications, Powers, Duties and Tenure of State Board of Education and Superintendent of Education.

Amendment 285 Registration of Certain Electors by Mail.

Amendment 286 Bonds for Theodore Ship Channel Project in Mobile Harbor.

Amendment 287 Navigable Waterway Between Montgomery and Gadsden and to the Alabama-Georgia Boundary.

Amendment 288 Works of Internal Improvement Along Navigable Waterways.

Amendment 289 Title to Sixteenth Section of School Lands in Mobile County.

Amendment 290 Costs and Charges of Courts, and Compensation of Probate Judge and Sheriff, in Barbour County.

Amendment 291 Special Tax in School Districts of Calhoun County.

Amendment 292 Special School Tax in School Districts Nos. 1 and 2 of Covington County.

Amendment 293 Special School Tax in School Districts Nos. 1 and 2 of Colbert County.

Amendment 294 Special Tax in School Districts of Lawrence County and Change in Boundaries of School Districts.

Amendment 295 Special Property Tax for Educational Purposes in City of Ozark and Dale County.

Amendment 296 Special Property Tax for Educational Purposes in Etowah County.

Amendment 297 Compensation of Certain Officers of Tallapoosa County.

Amendment 298 Amendment of Amendment No. 175.

Amendment 299 Special School Tax in City of Oneonta.

Amendment 300 Bonds for Certain Public Buildings in Mobile County.

Amendment 301 Change in Purposes of Levy and Distribution of Special Tax Authorized by Amendment Nos. 18, 100, 122, 151, 193 and 195.

Amendment 302 Economic Development of Municipalities in Pickens County.

Amendment 303 Promotion of Industrial, Commercial and Agricultural Development in Morgan County and Cities of Hartselle and Decatur.

Amendment 304 Special School Tax in School District No. 1 of Madison County.

Amendment 305 Special School Tax in City of Huntsville.

Amendment 306 Costs and Charges of Courts, and Compensation of Sheriff, in Bibb County.

Amendment 307 Use of Proceeds of Special Tax Levied in Chambers County Pursuant to Amendment No. 72.

Amendment 308 Economic Development of Marengo County.

Amendment 309 Special School District Tax in Lee County.

Amendment 310 Special School District Taxes in Talladega County.

Amendment 311 Special Property Tax for General Health Purposes in Lawrence, Limestone and Morgan Counties.

Amendment 312 Economic Development of Bibb County and Municipalities Therein.

Amendment 313 Economic Development of Hale County and Municipalities Therein.

Amendment 314 Amendment of Amendment No. 239.

Amendment 315 Promotion of Soybean Industry.

Amendment 316 Special Tax in Mountain Brook School District in Jefferson County.

Amendment 317 Retirement, Censure, Suspension and Removal of Judges; Judicial Commission.

Amendment 318 Special Property Tax for Library Service in Morgan County.

Amendment 319 Special Property Tax for Public Library Purposes in Baldwin County and Municipalities Therein.

Amendment 320 Bonds for School Buildings in Madison County.

Amendment 321 Court Costs, Fees, Compensation, etc., of Certain Officers in Lawrence County.

Amendment 322 Registration of Electors by Mail.

Amendment 323 Abolition of Offices of Justice of the Peace and Notary Public With the Powers and Jurisdiction of a Justice of the Peace.

Amendment 324 Special Tax for Improving Enforcement of Laws Relative to, and Providing Facilities for, Juveniles in Lee County.

Amendment 325 Amendment of Section 217.

Amendment 326 Consolidation of Officers and Regulation of Fees, Compensation, etc, of Officers in Dale County; Regulation of Court Costs and Charges in Dale County.

Amendment 327 Promotion of Production, Research, etc., of Swine and Swine Products.

Amendment 328 Amendment of Article VI.

Amendment 329 Special District Tax for Hamilton Special School District in Marion County.

Amendment 330 Consolidation of Morgan County Offices.

Amendment 331 Costs and Charges of Courts, and Compensation of Officers, of Cleburne County.

Amendment 332 Costs and Charges of Courts, and Compensation of Certain Officers, of Bibb County.

Amendment 333 Special Property Tax for Recreational Purposes in Tuscaloosa County.

Amendment 334 Procedure for Filling Vacancies in Office of Judge of Circuit Court in Madison County; Madison County Judicial Commission.

Amendment 335 Special District School Tax in Calhoun County.

Amendment 336 Additional Tax in City of Mountain Brook.

Amendment 337 Fees, Compensation etc., of Certain Officers in DeKalb County.

Amendment 338 Development, Improvement, etc., of State Docks Facilities at Port of Mobile.

Amendment 339 Annual Sessions of Legislature; Length of Regular and Special Sessions.

Amendment 340 Bonds for Acquisition, Construction, etc., of Mental Health Facilities.

Amendment 341 Amendment of Section 106.

Amendment 342 Debt Limit for Counties.

Amendment 343 Local Public Service Districts in Shelby County.

Amendment 344 Costs and Charges of Courts, and Compensation of Certain Officers, of Blount County.

Amendment 345 Costs and Charges of Courts, and Compensation of Certain Officers, of Coosa County.

Amendment 346 Costs and Charges of Courts, and Compensation of Certain Officers, of Chilton County.

Amendment 347 Amendment No. 331 Amended.

Amendment 348 Local Legislation Regarding Delinquent Tax Notices in Madison County.

Amendment 349 Costs and Charges of Courts, and Compensation of Certain Officers, of Washington County.

Amendment 350 Special Property Tax for Educational Purposes in City of Anniston.

Amendment 351 Special Property Tax for Control of Mosquitoes, Rodents and Other Vectors of Public Health and Welfare; Significance in Mobile County.

Amendment 352 Additional Property Tax in City of Vestavia Hills.

Amendment 353 Costs and Charges of Courts, and Compensation of County Officials, of Butler County.

Amendment 354 Amendment of Amendment No. 93.

Amendment 355 Bonds, etc., for Navigable Waterway Between Demopolis and Tennessee River and Tombigbee Valley Projects.

Amendment 356 Consolidation, etc., of Offices in Elmore County.

Amendment 357 Amendment No. 357

Amendment 358 Fire Protection or Garbage and Trash Disposal Districts in Tuscaloosa County.

Amendment 359 Costs and Charges of Courts, and Compensation of County Officers, of Clay County.

Amendment 360 Costs and Charges of Courts, and Compensation of County Officials, of Coffee County.

Amendment 361 Amendment of Amendment No. 351.

Amendment 362 Fees, Compensation, etc., of Elected Officials of Lee County.

Amendment 363 Amendment of Amendment No. 18.

Amendment 364 Amendment of Amendment No. 328.

Amendment 365 Fire Protection Districts in Baldwin County.

Amendment 366 Consolidation, etc., of Offices of Tax Assessor and Tax Collector in Pickens County.

Amendment 367 Costs and Charges of Courts, and Compensation of Certain Officers, of Jackson County.

Amendment 368 Abolition of Office of Constable in Morgan County.

Amendment 369 Amendment of Amendment No. 239.

Amendment 370 Local Public Service Districts in Shelby County.

Amendment 371 Fire Protection in Limestone County.

Amendment 372 Compensation of County Officers and Restructuring or Abolition of Certain Offices in Geneva County.

Amendment 373 Amendment of Section 217.

Amendment 374 Bonds for Penal and Correctional Facilities.

Amendment 375 Amendment of Section 110.

Amendment 376 Acquisition, Development, etc., of Industrial Parks by City of Anniston.

Amendment 377 Consolidation and Abolition of Certain Offices and Establishment of Consolidated and Unified Tax System in Coffee County.

Amendment 378 Fire Districts in Madison County.

Amendment 379 Fire Fighting Districts in Montgomery County.

Amendment 380 Cost and Charges of Probate Court, and Compensation of Certain Officers, of Russell County.

Amendment 381 Fire Fighting Districts and Fire Protection in Russell County.

Amendment 382 Additional Special District School Tax.

Amendment 383 Indemnification Program for Peanut Farmers.

Amendment 384 Additional Probate Judgeship for Jefferson County.

Amendment 385 Special Property Tax in City of Demopolis.

Amendment 386 Operation of Bingo Games By Nonprofit Organizations in Jefferson County.

Amendment 387 Operation of Bingo Games by Nonprofit Organizations in Madison County.

Amendment 388 Promotion of Production, Distribution, etc., of Peanuts, Milk and Cotton.

Amendment 389 Validation of Certain Population Based Acts and Method for Amendment Thereof.

Amendment 390 Termination of Alimony Upon Remarriage or Cohabitation of Spouse.

Amendment 391 Costs and Charges of Court and Compensation of Certain Officers of Escambia County.

Amendment 392 Fire Fighting Districts and Fire Protection in Lee County.

Amendment 393 Amendment of Amendment No. 351.

Amendment 394 Alabama Heritage Trust Fund.

Amendment 395 Issuance of Interest Bearing Bonds for Specified Purposes.

Amendment 396 Payment by State of Expenses Incurred by Alabama Housing Finance Authority.

Amendment 397 Amendment of Section 110.

Amendment 398 Certain County Revenue Securities not to Constitute Bonds or Indebtedness.

Amendment 399 Amendment of Section 264.

Amendment 400 Promotion of Production, Distribution, etc., of Swine and Swine Products.

Amendment 401 Amendment of Amendment No. 315.

Amendment 402 Special Property Tax in Chilton County.

Amendment 403 Costs and Charges of Courts, and Compensation of Probate Judge of Henry County.

Amendment 404 School District Tax in Lauderdale County.

Amendment 405 Combination of Offices of Tax Assessor and Tax Collector in Lauderdale County.

Amendment 406 Repeal of Amendment No. 132.

Amendment 407 Amendment of Amendment No. 218.

Amendment 408 Procedure for Filling Vacancies in Office of Judge of Circuit Court and Office of Judge of District Court in Mobile County.

Amendment 409 Additional Ad Valorem Tax in City of Alabaster.

Amendment 410 Indebtedness to Improve Roads and Bridges in Washington County.

Amendment 411 Salaries, Fees, etc., of County Officials Charged with Assessing and Collecting Ad Valorem Taxes; Abolishment, Combination or Alteration of Offices of Tax Assessor, Tax Collector or License Commissioner.

Amendment 412 Costs and Charges of Courts in Calhoun County and Method of Disbursement Thereof.

Amendment 413 Operation of Bingo Games by Certain Nonprofit Organizations in Montgomery County.

Amendment 414 Judge of Probate of Bullock County; Compensation; Not to Serve on County Governing Body.

Amendment 415 Industrial Sites and Industrial Park Projects in Calhoun County and Municipalities Therein.

Amendment 416 Costs and Charges of Courts in Clarke County.

Amendment 417 Abolition of Office of Constable in Fayette County.

Amendment 418 Costs and Charges of Court and Compensation of Judge of Probate of Franklin County.

Amendment 419 Abolition of Office of Constable in Lamar County.

Amendment 420 Additional Ad Valorem Tax in Macon County for Education Purposes.

Amendment 421 Compensation of Judge of Probate of Pike County and Disposition of Charges, etc., Collectible by Such Official.

Amendment 422 Repeal of Amendment 196.

Amendment 423 Consolidation of Offices of Tax Assessor and Tax Collector of Winston County Into Office of County Revenue Commissioner.

Amendment 424 Costs and Charges of Courts in Winston County and Distribution of Revenues Therefrom.

Amendment 425 Adoption of Proposed Constitutional Amendments Affecting Only One County.

Amendment 426 Amendment to Amendment No. 328, Article VI, Section 6.09(d).

Amendment 427 Alabama State House.

Amendment 428 Amendment of Amendment No. 214.

Amendment 429 Promotion of Economic and Industrial Development in Certain Counties and Municipalities Therein.

Amendment 430 Consolidation of Offices of Tax Assessor and Tax Collector in Blount County.

Amendment 431 Membership and Powers of Bullock County Development Authority.

Amendment 432 Fire Protection Districts in Etowah County.

Amendment 433 Repeal of Amendment No. 236.

Amendment 434 Costs and Charges of Courts in Wilcox County and Method of Distribution Thereof.

Amendment 435 Annual License Taxes, Registration, etc., on Trucks, Trailers, etc., in Conecuh County.

Amendment 436 Fire Districts and Fire Prevention Services in Jackson County.

Amendment 437 Indebtedness for Daniel "Chappie" James Aerospace Memorial by Macon County.

Amendment 438 Indebtedness for Daniel "Chappie" James Aerospace by Memorial City of Tuskegee.

Amendment 439 Forest Fire Protection in Marshall County.

Amendment 440 Operation of Bingo Games in Mobile County.

Amendment 441 Comprehensive Health Insurance Plan for Retired Mobile County Employees.

Amendment 442 Privilege, License, etc., Taxes and Securities for Funding County Facilities in Randolph County.

Amendment 443 Conveyance of State Docks Property to Local Authorities.

Amendment 444 Randolph County Facilities Building Fund.

Amendment 445 Amendment of Amendment No. 432. Fire Protection Districts in Etowah County.

Amendment 446 Bonds of Alabama State Docks Department not Debt of State.

Amendment 447 General Obligation Bonds of Mobile County.

Amendment 448 Paramount Duty of Legislature to Make Basic Appropriations at Regular Sessions.

Amendment 449 Eradication or Control of the Boll Weevil in Cotton.

Amendment 450 Alabama Trust Fund.

Amendment 451 Soil and Water Conservation Commission.

Amendment 452 Amendment of Amendment No. 201. Promotion of Cattle Industry.

Amendment 453 Promotion of Grain Industry.

Amendment 454 Conveyance of Alabama State Docks Department Property.

Amendment 455 Repeal of School Tax Exemptions in Madison County.

Amendment 456 Hartselle City School Taxes.

Amendment 457 Morgan County Sheriff's Reserve.

Amendment 458 Truck Tax Established by Pike County Commission.

Amendment 459 Judge of Probate of Randolph County.

Amendment 460 Annexation in St. Clair County.

Amendment 461 Additional Ad Valorem Tax in Wilcox County.

Amendment 462 City of Ozark Special Property Tax.

Amendment 463 Mobile County Bond Issuance.

Amendment 464 Clarke County Fire Districts.

Amendment 465 City of Jackson Port Authority.

Amendment 466 Elmore County Local Service Districts.

Amendment 467 Annexation in Etowah County.

Amendment 468 Industrial Development in Marengo County.

Amendment 469 Annexation in Marshall County.

Amendment 470 Washington County Port Authority.

Amendment 471 Special District Tax for Public Hospital Purposes in Baldwin County.

Amendment 472 Use of Assets of State Retirement Systems.

Amendment 473 Amendment of Section 232.

Amendment 474 Effectiveness of Laws Providing for Expenditure of County Funds.

Amendment 475 Tax Increment Districts in Counties and Municipalities.

Amendment 476 Chambers County Fire and Rescue Fund.

Amendment 477 Amendment of Amendment No. 465. City of Jackson Port Authority.

Amendment 478 Compensation of Clarke County Probate Judge.

Amendment 479 Compensation of Covington County Officers.

Amendment 480 Compensation of Greene County Probate Judge.

Amendment 481 Compensation of Hale County Probate Judge.

Amendment 482 Limestone County Commission Authority.

Amendment 483 Compensation of Lowndes County Probate Judge.

Amendment 484 Additional Ad Valorem Tax in Morgan County.

Amendment 485 Compensation of Perry County Probate Judge.

Amendment 486 Compensation of Sumter County Probate Judge.

Amendment 487 Compensation of Wilcox County Probate Judge.

Amendment 488 Investment of Capital and Income from Alabama Heritage Trust Fund or Alabama Trust Fund.

Amendment 489 Alabama Music Hall of Fame Authority.

Amendment 490 Marion County Public Water Authority.

Amendment 491 Effectiveness of Laws Providing for Expenditure of Municipal Funds.

Amendment 492 Promotion of Catfish Industry.

Amendment 493 Compensation of Probate Judge of Autauga County.

Amendment 494 Appropriation by City of Anniston in Calhoun County for East Alabama United Cerebral Palsy Center.

Amendment 495 Compensation of Choctaw County Probate Judge.

Amendment 496 Compensation of Probate Judge of Crenshaw County.

Amendment 497 Prohibition of Overgrowth of Weeds and Storage and Accumulation of Certain Junk, Motor Vehicles and Litter in Jefferson County.

Amendment 498 Levy and Collection of Financial Charges or Assessments in Fire Fighting Districts of Lee County.

Amendment 499 Municipality Police Jurisdiction in Limestone County.

Amendment 500 Investment of Municipal Funds and County Funds by Mobile County.

Amendment 501 Fire Protection Districts and Taxes in Monroe County.

Amendment 502 Morgan County Sheriff's Posse.

Amendment 503 Pike County Government Modernization.

Amendment 504 Financing Jail in Talladega County.

Amendment 505 Washington County Fire Districts.

Amendment 506 Bingo Games in Etowah County.

Amendment 507 Filing and Service Fees in Russell County for Financing New County Jail.

Amendment 508 Bingo Games in Calhoun County.

Amendment 509 English as Official Language of State.

Amendment 510 Deepening, Widening and Extending of Federal Channel at Bayou La Batre and Acquisition, Development, etc., of Cargo Handling Facilities of State Docks at Port of Mobile.

Amendment 511 Finance Charge, Fee or Assessment on Forest Land for Forestry Services and Forest Fire Protection.

Amendment 512 "Penny Trust Fund" Established for Promotion of Public Health and Public Schools.

Amendment 513 Amendment of Section 98.

Amendment 514 Appropriations to Certain Nonprofit Organizations by City of Huntsville.

Amendment 515 Winston County Water Coordinating and Fire Prevention Authority.

Amendment 516 Lamar County Water Coordinating and Fire Prevention Authority.

Amendment 517 Fayette County Water Coordinating and Fire Prevention Authority.

Amendment 518 Franklin County Water Coordinating and Fire Prevention Authority.

Amendment 519 Jackson County Water Authority.

Amendment 520 Excavating Human Graves in Madison County.

Amendment 521 Fees for Disposal of Solid Waste in Pickens County.

Amendment 522 Taxation of Costs in Pickens County.

Amendment 523 Fee on Disposal of Out-of-State Solid Waste in St. Clair County.

Amendment 524 Validation of Court Charges in Tuscaloosa County.

Amendment 525 Ratification of Public School Taxes.

Amendment 526 Court Costs in Cherokee County.

Amendment 527 Fire Protection Tax in Choctaw County.

Amendment 528 Fire Districts and Fire Protection Tax in Conecuh County.

Amendment 529 Validation of Court Charges in Lee County.

Amendment 530 Court Costs in Macon County.

Amendment 531 Municipal Jurisdiction in Madison County.

Amendment 532 Fire Fighting Districts and Services in Mobile County.

Amendment 533 Talladega County Budget.

Amendment 534 Construction, Repair, etc., of Public Roads, Bridges, etc., in Talladega County.

Amendment 535 Election of Board of Education of City of Tallassee.

Amendment 536 Distribution of Oil and Gas Revenues by Escambia County Commission.

Amendment 537 Election of Board of Education of City of Attalla.

Amendment 538 Incorporation of Tom Bevill Reservoir Management Area Authority.

Amendment 539 Business License Taxes in Jefferson County.

Amendment 540 Fees, Commissions, Allowances and Salaries of Macon County Officers.

Amendment 541 Investments of Assets of Class 2 Municipality Police and Fire Fighters Pension Plans.

Amendment 542 Bingo Games in St. Clair County.

Amendment 543 Acquisition, Maintenance and Protection of Unique Lands and Water Areas.

Amendment 544 Election of Board of Education for City of Pell City.

Amendment 545 Industrial Development Board of Lawrence County.

Amendment 546 Sales and Use Tax in Limestone County.

Amendment 547 Compensation of Probate Judge of Pickens County.

Amendment 548 Election of Talladega City Board of Education.

Amendment 549 Bingo Games in Walker County.

Amendment 550 Bingo Games in City of Jasper.

Amendment 551 Special Ad Valorem Taxes for Fire Protection and Emergency Services in Montgomery County.

Amendment 552 Election of Dothan City Board of Education.

Amendment 553 Election of Decatur City Board of Education.

Amendment 554 Levy and Collection of Special Ad Valorem Property Tax for Public Library Purposes in Chambers County.

Amendment 555 Amendment of Amendment No. 425.

Amendment 556 Conveyance to Huntsville-Madison County Marina and Port Authority Title to Alabama State Docks's Property.

Amendment 557 Basic Rights for Crime Victims.

Amendment 558 Amendment of Section 94.

Amendment 559 Ratification and Validation of Ad Valorem Tax Levies and Payments in Baldwin County.

Amendment 560 Additional Fees Assessed on Cases in Barbour County.

Amendment 561 Fire Protection and Emergency Medical Services Districts in Blount County.

Amendment 562 Local Legislation to Change Procedure for Sale of Lands for Delinquent Taxes in Calhoun County.

Amendment 563 Promotion of Industry, Trade, and Economic Development in Calhoun County.

Amendment 564 Fire Protection and Special Fire Protection Property Tax in Covington County.

Amendment 565 Bingo Games in Covington County.

Amendment 566 Election of Members of Cullman City Board of Education.

Amendment 567 Collection and Levying of Fees for Fire Protection Services and Emergency Medical Care in Elmore County.

Amendment 568 Incorporation of Regional Airport Authority by City of Red Bay and Franklin County with Political Subdivisions in Mississippi.

Amendment 569 Bingo Games in Houston County.

Amendment 570 Police Jurisdiction and Planning and Zoning Authority of Municipalities in Lee County.

Amendment 571 Validation of Laws Regulating Court Costs in Sumter County.

Amendment 572 Establishment of Fire Districts and Levy of Charges for Fire Protection and Emergency Medical Services in Tallapoosa County.

Amendment 573 Ad Valorem Tax in Morgan County.

Amendment 574 Ad Valorem Tax in City of Hartselle.

Amendment 575 Additional Ad Valorem Tax within Portion of City of Decatur in Morgan County.

Amendment 576 Additional Ad Valorem Tax on Property in Morgan County Outside Cities of Decatur and Hartselle.

Amendment 577 Manner of Filling Vacancies on Morgan County Board of Education.

Amendment 578 Election of Franklin County Superintendent of Education by Qualified Electors.

Amendment 579 Amendment of Article VIII.

Amendment 580 Amendment of Article VI.

Amendment 581 Amendment of Article VI.

Amendment 582 Approval of Legislature for Court Orders Requiring Disbursement of State Funds.

Amendment 583 Collection and Levying of Fees for Fire Protection Services in Calhoun County.

Amendment 584 Commission Authorized to Levy Ad Valorem Tax for Fire Protection and Rescue Services in Cherokee County.

Amendment 585 Collection and Levying of Fees for Fire Protection and Safety Services in Clay County

Amendment 586 Collection and Levying of Fees for Fire Protection Services in Cleburne County.

Amendment 587 Business License Taxes on Real Estate Operations and Transactions in Etowah County.

Amendment 588 Election of Franklin County Superintendent of Education by Qualified Electors.

Amendment 589 Phase-out of Supernumerary Program for Certain Elected Public Officials in Houston County; Participation in Employees' Retirement System.

Amendment 590 Regulation and Alteration of Costs and Charges of Courts in Lauderdale County.

Amendment 591 Election of Two Persons to Electrical Utility Owned by City of Tuskegee.

Amendment 592 Phase-out of Supernumerary Program for Certain Elected Public Officials in Morgan County; Participation in Employees' Retirement System.

Amendment 593 Commission Authorized to Levy Ad Valorem Tax for Fire Protection in Perry County.

Amendment 594 Collection and Levying of Fees for Fire Protection and Safety Services in Randolph County.

Amendment 595 Business License Taxes on Real Estate Operations and Transactions in Shelby County.

Amendment 596 Promotion of Economic and Industrial Development in Walker County.

Amendment 597 Sportsperson's Bill of Rights.

Amendment 598 Amendment of Article XIV, Section 8.

Amendment 599 Bingo Games in Morgan County.

Amendment 600 Amendment of Amendment No. 386.

Amendment 601 Compensation of Judge of Probate of Barbour County.

Amendment 602 Phase-out of Supernumerary Program for Certain Elected Public Officials in Coosa County; Participation in Employees' Retirement System.

Amendment 603 Commission Authorized to Levy Ad Valorem Tax for Fire Protection in Hale County.

Amendment 604 Special Fire Protection Property Tax in Henry County.

Amendment 605 Costs and Charges of Courts in Houston County.

Amendment 606 Election of Board of Education of City of Bessemer.

Amendment 607 Amendment of Amendment No. 334.

Amendment 608 Ratification of Levy and Collection of Certain Sales and Use Taxes in School District No. 1 in Madison County.

Amendment 609 Judge of Probate of Marengo County; Compensation, Fees, Etc.

Amendment 610 Commission Authorized to Levy Ad Valorem Tax for Fire Protection in Marengo County.

Amendment 611 Validation of Laws Regulating Court Costs in Randolph County.

Amendment 612 Bingo Games in Russell County.

Amendment 613 Costs and Charges of Courts in St. Clair County; Distribution of Additional Revenue.

Amendment 614 Fire Protection Districts in Talladega County.

Amendment 615 Procedure for Filling Vacancies in Office of Judge of Circuit Court, Judge of District Court, and District Attorney in Talladega County.

Amendment 616 Appropriations of Cellular Radio Telecommunication Service Tax Funds for Payment on Outstanding Bonds of Alabama Revolving Loan Fund Authority.

Amendment 617 Indebtedness by State for State Parks System and Historical Sites.

Amendment 618 Indebtedness by State for Animal and Livestock Diagnostic Services and Education Facilities.

Amendment 619 Indebtedness by State for Textile Technology and Education Facilities.

Amendment 620 Indebtedness by State for Forensic Sciences Laboratories and Education Facilities.

Amendment 621 Effectiveness of Unfunded Mandates for Municipalities, Etc.

Amendment 622 Alabama Religious Freedom Amendment.

Amendment 623 Trust Funds for Continuing Benefit of Certain Cities.

Amendment 624 Promotion of Economic Development in Marengo County.

Amendment 625 Phase-out of Supernumerary Programs in Bibb County; Participation in Employees' Retirement System.

Amendment 626 Phase-out of Supernumerary Programs in Autauga County; Participation in Employees' Retirement System.

Amendment 627 Annexation in Baldwin County.

Amendment 628 Costs and Charges of Courts in Bibb County.

Amendment 629 Phase-out of Supernumerary Programs in Calhoun County; Participation in Employees' Retirement System.

Amendment 630 Phase-out of Supernumerary Programs in Cherokee County; Participation in Employees' Retirement System.

Amendment 631 Phase-out of Supernumerary Programs in Clarke County; Participation in Employees' Retirement System.

Amendment 632 Phase-out of Supernumerary Programs in Cleburne County; Participation in Employees' Retirement System.

Amendment 633 Phase-out of Supernumerary Programs in Coffee County; Participation in Employees' Retirement System.

Amendment 634 Costs and Charges of Courts in Conecuh County.

Amendment 635 Phase-out of Supernumerary Programs in Conecuh County; Participation in Employees' Retirement System.

Amendment 636 Phase-out of Supernumerary Programs in Covington County; Participation in Employees' Retirement System.

Amendment 637 Commission Authorized to Levy Ad Valorem Tax for Fire Protection in DeKalb County.

Amendment 638 Phase-out of Supernumerary Programs in Elmore County; Participation in Employees' Retirement System.

Amendment 639 Phase-out of Supernumerary Programs in Franklin County; Participation in Employees' Retirement System.

Amendment 640 Phase-out of Supernumerary Programs in Geneva County; Participation in Employees' Retirement System.

Amendment 641 Phase-out of Supernumerary Programs in Lee County; Participation in Employees' Retirement System.

Amendment 642 Promotion of Economic and Industrial Development in Lee County.

Amendment 643 Planning and Zoning Regulations of Municipalities Located in Limestone County.

Amendment 644 Costs and Charges of Courts in Limestone County.

Amendment 645 Phase-out of Supernumerary Programs in Limestone County; Participation in Employees' Retirement System.

Amendment 646 Promotion of Economic and Industrial Development in Marengo County.

Amendment 647 Employees Subject to Authority of Personnel Board of Marshall County.

Amendment 648 Phase-out of Supernumerary Programs in Mobile County; Participation in Employees' Retirement System.

Amendment 649 Commission Authorized to Levy Ad Valorem Tax for Fire Protection in Pickens County.

Amendment 650 Costs and Charges of Courts in Pickens County.

Amendment 651 Phase-out of Supernumerary Programs in Randolph County; Participation in Employees' Retirement System.

Amendment 652 Commission Authorized to Levy Ad Valorem Tax for Fire Protection and Emergency Medical Services in St. Clair County.

Amendment 653 Commission Authorized to Levy Ad Valorem Tax for Fire Protection in Sumter County.

Amendment 654 Phase-out of Supernumerary Programs in Talladega County; Participation in Employees' Retirement System.

Amendment 655 Employees Subject to Authority of Walker County Civil Service Board.

Amendment 656 Procedure for Removal of Board, Commission, Authority, or Utility Member in Walker County.

Amendment 657 Phase-out of Supernumerary Programs in Washington County; Participation in Employees' Retirement System.

Amendment 658 Phase-out of Supernumerary Programs in Winston County; Participation in Employees' Retirement System.

Amendment 659 Election of City Boards of Education.

Amendment 660 Baldwin County Judicial Commission.

Amendment 661 Costs and Charges of Courts in Autauga County.

Amendment 662 Amendment of Amendment No. 212

Amendment 663 Phase-out of Supernumerary Programs in Chambers County; Participation in Employees' Retirement System.

Amendment 664 Election of Board of Education of City of Anniston.

Amendment 665 Election of City Boards of Education - Population Exceeding 125,000

Amendment 666 County and Municipal Government Capital Improvement Trust Fund; Alabama Captial Improvement Trust Fund.

Amendment 667 Section 102 Annulled.

Amendment 668 Distribution of Alabama Trust Fund Income.

Amendment 669 Levy and Collection of District School Tax.

Amendment 670 Amendment to Amendment No. 161. Board of Trustees of Auburn University.

Amendment 671 Phase-out of Supernumerary Programs in Clay County; Participation in Employees' Retirement System.

Amendment 672 Costs and Charges of Courts in Greene County.

Amendment 673 Phase-out of Supernumerary Programs in Lowndes County; Participation in Employees' Retirement System.

Amendment 674 Bingo Games in Lowndes County.

Amendment 675 Phase-out of Supernumerary Programs in Sumter County; Participation in Employees' Retirement System.

Amendment 676 Phase-out of Supernumerary Programs in Bullock County; Participation in Employees' Retirement System.

Amendment 677 Water Works and Sewer Board of the City of Anniston.

Amendment 678 Promotion of Industry, Trade, and Economic Development in Chambers County.

Amendment 679 Promotion of Economic and Industrial Development in Chilton County.

Amendment 680 Special Property Tax in Chilton County; Repeal of Amendment No. 402.

Amendment 681 Phase-out of Supernumerary Programs in Clay County; Participation in Employees' Retirement System.

Amendment 682 Promotion of Industry, Trade, and Economic Development in Clay County.

Amendment 683 Phase-out of Supernumerary Programs in Dale County; Participation in Employees' Retirement System.

Amendment 684 Real Estate License Taxes in Etowah County.

Amendment 685 Phase-out of Supernumerary Programs in Greene County; Participation in Employees' Retirement System.

Amendment 686 Costs and Charges of Courts in Hale County.

Amendment 687 Phase-out of Supernumerary Programs in Henry County; Participation in Employees' Retirement System.

Amendment 688 Crime of prostitution in Jefferson County.

Amendment 689 Phase-out of Supernumerary Programs in Lamar County; Participation in Employees' Retirement System.

Amendment 690 Phase-out of Supernumerary Programs in Lauderdale County; Participation in Employees' Retirement System.

Amendment 691 Phase-out of Supernumerary Programs in Lawrence County; Participation in Employees' Retirement System.

Amendment 692 Bingo Games in Limestone County.

Amendment 694 Employees Subject to Authority of Personnel Board of Madison County.

Amendment 695 Marion County Agriculture and Exhibit Center Authority.

Amendment 696 Polling Places in Marshall County.

Amendment 697 Costs and Charges of Courts in Monroe County.

Amendment 698 Phase-out of Supernumerary Programs in Perry County; Participation in Employees' Retirement System.

Amendment 699 Phase-out of Supernumerary Programs in Pike County; Participation in Employees' Retirement System.

Amendment 700 Phase-out of Supernumerary Programs in Pike County; Participation in Employees' Retirement System.

Amendment 701 Promotion of Industry, Trade, and Economic Development in Randolph County.

Amendment 702 Phase-out of Supernumerary Programs in Russell County; Participation in Employees' Retirement System.

Amendment 703 Phase-out of Supernumerary Programs in Tallapoosa County; Participation in Employees' Retirement System.

Amendment 704 Phase-out of Supernumerary Programs in Chilton County; Participation in Employees' Retirement System.

Amendment 705 Phase-out of Supernumerary Programs in Marion County; Participation in Employees' Retirement System.

Amendment 706 Education First Amendment

Amendment 707 Home Rule in Shelby County.

Amendment 708 Phase-out of Supernumerary Programs in Shelby County; Participation in Employees' Retirement System.

Amendment 709 Education Trust Fund Rainy Day Account.

Amendment 710 Costs and Charges of Courts in Lamar County.

Amendment 711 Amendment of Amendment No. 551

Amendment 712 Fire Protection and Emergency Medical Services in Montgomery County.

Amendment 713 Promotion of Economic and Industrial Development in Montgomery County.

Amendment 714 Procedure for Ratification and Adoption of Proposed Constitution of Alabama.

Amendment 715 Organization and Promotion of Sheep and Goat Industry.

Amendment 716 Phase-out of Supernumerary Programs in Baldwin County; Participation in Employees' Retirement System.

Amendment 717 Employees Subject to Authority of Sheriff's Personnel Board in Baldwin County.

Amendment 718 Phase-out of Supernumerary Programs in Blount County; Participation in Employees' Retirement System.

Amendment 719 Promotion of Economic and Industrial Development in Butler County.

Amendment 720 Amendment of Amendment No. 291.

Amendment 721 Extension of Special Ad Valorem Tax for Public Library Purposes in Chambers County.

Amendment 722 Civil Service Merit System for Certain Employees in Chilton County.

Amendment 723 Promotion of Economic and Industrial Development in Coffee County.

Amendment 724 Fire Protection and Emergency Medical Services in Coosa County.

Amendment 725 Promotion of Economic and Industrial Development in Covington County.

Amendment 726 Costs and Charges of Courts in Crenshaw County.

Amendment 727 Phase-out of Supernumerary Programs in Crenshaw County; Participation in Employees' Retirement System.

Amendment 728 Amendment of Amendment No. 637.

Amendment 729 Promotion of Economic and Industrial Development in Henry County.

Amendment 730 Phase-out of Supernumerary Programs in Jackson County; Participation in Employees' Retirement System.

Amendment 731 Amendment to Amendment No. 691.

Amendment 732 Bingo Games in Town of White Hall.

Amendment 733 Phase-out of Supernumerary Programs in Marengo County; Participation in Employees' Retirement System.

Amendment 734 Amendment of Amendment No. 592.

Amendment 735 Costs and Charges of Courts in Perry County.

Amendment 736 Amendment of Amendment No. 507.

Amendment 737 Promotion of Economic and Industrial Development in Russell County.

Amendment 738 Council-Manager Form of Government in City of Talladega.

Amendment 739 Promotion of Economic and Industrial Development in Tallapoosa County.

Amendment 740 Polling Places in Tuscaloosa County.

Amendment 741 Tuscaloosa County Judicial Commission.

Amendment 742 Phase-out of Supernumerary Programs in Wilcox County; Participation in Employees' Retirement System.

Amendment 743 Bingo Games in Greene County.

Amendment 744 Bingo Games in Macon County.

Amendment 745 Costs and Charges of Court in 24th Judicial Circuit.

Amendment 746 Costs and Charges of Courts in Calhoun County.

Amendment 747 Validation of ad valorem tax for school purposes in Calhoun County.

Amendment 748 Economic Development in Crenshaw County.

Amendment 749 Board of Education in Russell County.

Amendment 750 Economic Development in Baldwin County.

Amendment 751 Amendment of Amendment No.538

Amendment 752 Promotion of Commercial Development in City of Hartselle, Morgan County.

Amendment 753 Costs and Charges of Courts in Conecuh County.

Amendment 754 Phase-out of Supernumerary Programs in Pickens County; Participation in Employees' Retirement System.

Amendment 755 Phase-out of Supernumerary Programs in Tuscaloosa County; Participation in Employees' Retirement System.

Amendment 756 Enforcement of Traffic Laws in Shelby County.

Amendment 757 Promotion of Economic and Industrial Development in Barbour County.

Amendment 758 Jurisdiction of Judge of Probate in Shelby County.

Amendment 759 Promotion of Economic and Industrial Development in Certain Counties.

Amendment 760 Phase-out of Supernumerary Programs in Hale County; Participation in Employees' Retirement System.

Amendment 761 Promotion of Economic and Industrial Development in Etowah County.

Amendment 762 Amendment to Amendment No. 648.

Amendment 763 Amendment to Amendment No. 718. Phase-out of Supernumerary Programs in Blount County; Participation in Employees' Retirement System.

Amendment 764 Phase-out of Supernumerary Programs in Monroe County; Participation in Employees' Retirement System.

Amendment 765 Amendment to Amendment No. 649.

Amendment 766 Organization and Promotion of Shrimp and Seafood Industry.

Amendment 768 Amendment to Amendment No. 631. Phase-out of Supernumerary Programs in Clarke County; Participation in Employees' Retirement System.

Amendment 769 Alabama Foreign Trade Investment Zone in City of Tuskegee, Macon County.

Amendment 770 Bonds for Land and Capital Improvements in Mobile County.

Amendment 771 Phase-out of Supernumerary Programs in Madison County; Participation in Employees' Retirement System.

Amendment 772 Promotion of Economic and Industrial Development by County Commission.

Amendment 773 Repeal of Amendment 144.

Amendment 774 Sanctity of Marriage Amendment.

Amendment 775 Blount County; Sheriff-Employees

Amendment 776 Amendment to Amendment No. 632. Phase-out of Supernumerary Programs in Cleburne County; Participation in Employees' Retirement System.

Amendment 777 Amendment to Amendment No. 630. Phase-out of Supernumerary Programs in Cherokee County; Participation in Employees' Retirement System.

Amendment 778 Minimum Ad Valorem Tax Rate for General School Purposes.

Amendment 779 Autauga County: Court Costs.

Amendment 780 Baldwin County: Amendment to Amendment 660.

Amendment 781 Baldwin County: Wastewater Utilities.

Amendment 782 Baldwin County: Tax - Senior Discount.

Amendment 783 Baldwin County: Home Rule.

Amendment 784 Butler County: Retirement.

Amendment 785 Crenshaw County: Repeal of Amendment 496.

Amendment 786 DeKalb County: Retirement.

Amendment 787 Elmore County: Amendment to Amendment 567.

Amendment 788 Escambia County: Retirement.

Amendment 789 Geneva County: Amendment to Amendment 640.

Amendment 790 Lee County: Criminal Penalties.

Amendment 791 Mobile County: Sheriff - Employees.

Amendment 792 Tuscaloosa County: Amendment to Amendment 358.

Amendment 793 Tuscaloosa County: Court Costs - Legislative Authority.

Amendment 794 Tuscaloosa County: Court Costs - Authority.

Amendment 795 Amendment of Amendment 471.

Amendment 796 Increase in bonding authority; competitive bidding.

Amendment 797 Foreign Trade Investment Zone.

Amendment 798 Health care benefits for retired state and education employees.

Amendment 799 Amendment of Amendment 756