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Alabama Code Title 11. Counties and Municipal Corporations § 11-47-90

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Municipal corporations may by ordinance require a census to be taken of the inhabitants residing within the corporate limits of such municipality. Such census shall be taken by enumerators, who shall be responsible citizens appointed by the mayor and confirmed by the council. Such enumerator or enumerators shall take such census block by block and shall state, as far as practical, the name, age, sex, and race of each person residing within such municipality. They shall, before entering upon their duties, take and subscribe the following oath: ??I solemnly swear that I will honestly and conscientiously enumerate the inhabitants living within the town or city, or portion thereof allotted to me for enumeration.?

The commissioner may in person or through employees of the division meet with persons, organizations and associations interested in insurance for the purpose of securing cooperation in the enforcement of the insurance laws of this State and may disseminate information concerning the insurance laws of this State for the assistance and information of the public.

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