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Alabama Code Title 21. Handicapped Persons § 21-1-3

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A majority of such board may act and may meet and adjourn from time to time as, in their judgment, the interest of the institution may require. They shall appoint a secretary, who shall keep a complete record of all their proceedings in a well-bound book. They shall also appoint a treasurer, who shall not be a trustee, who shall give bond in such amount as the board may determine and with such sureties as they may deem sufficient, for the faithful discharge of his duties as such treasurer;  and he and his sureties shall be responsible for all funds which may come into his hands by virtue of his office.

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