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It shall be the duty of the Secretary of State to take receipts from each public official of the state and of the several counties to whom he distributes sets of said annotated code. And, in the event that the Secretary of State shall transmit sets for the use of all of the officers of a county to one officer of the county for distribution to the several officers in said county entitled thereto, the officer making such distribution shall take receipts from the officers, agents or employees in said county to whom he distributes said sets, showing the number of sets distributed and the date of distribution, which said receipts must be witnessed by the officer distributing the same, and said receipts shall forthwith be sent by registered mail to the office of the Secretary of State.
The Secretary of State shall register in a well-bound book, which shall be a permanent record in his office, the name, official title and address of every public official, employee or agent of the state and of the several counties thereof to whom has been distributed sets of said annotated code under the provisions of this chapter, and who has signed a receipt therefor and shall record the date of said distribution and the number of sets distributed to each such officer, agent or employee. Upon the return of any sets by officers, agents and employees of the state or of any county thereof, as provided in this chapter, the Secretary of State shall note in said record book the date of said return and the number of sets or volumes returned.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Alabama Code Title 41. State Government § 41-21-6 - last updated January 01, 2019 | https://codes.findlaw.com/al/title-41-state-government/al-code-sect-41-21-6.html
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