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HAND-LIST OF STATUTE LAW.

ALABAMA.

HISTORICAL. 1540. Alabama visited by Spaniards under Hernando de Soto. 1682. French assumed possession as part of Louisiana. 1763. Ceded to England by France in treaty known as “the Peace of

Paris.” (Brown's "History of Alabama.”) 1763–1817. The four parcels comprising the present State were sever

ally held by: (1) South Carolina, until 1787; (2) Georgia, until 1802; (3) Georgia, until 1798; (4) as parts of Louisiana and Florida, until 1812. Subsequently to the dates last stated (until 1817) all four parcels were included in Mississippi territory. (T. L. Cole, Publications Southern Hist. Ass'n, Vol. I,

p. 61.)

1817. Alabama Territory created by Act of Congress (Mar. 3).
1819. Admitted into the Union, Dec. 14 (U. S. Charters and Const's,

Part I, p. 27).

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BIBLIOGRAPHY.
Title of legislative body “General Assembly."
Session laws called "Acts."
Bibliography of Statute Law of Southern States: — Alabama. By

Theodore Lee Cole. Vol. I, Southern History Association.
Washington, 1897, p. 61.

SESSION LAWS.
Territory
1st Session, 1st General Assembly, Jan. 19, 1818.
2d Session, 1st General Assembly, Nov. 2, 1818.
State
1st Session, October 1819.
2d Session, Nov. 1820.
Called Session, June 1821.

3d Annual Session, Nov. 1821. 120 p. 12mo.
4th Annual Session, Nov. 1822. 148 p. 12mo.
5th Annual Session, Nov. 1823. 126 p.
6th Annual Session, Nov. 1824. 140 p. } Bound in 1 vol. 8°.
7th Annual Session, Nov. 1825. 114 p.
8th Annual Session, Nov. 1826. 124 p.
9th Annual Session,

Nov. 1827. 176 + (6) p. Bound in 1 vol. 8°. 10th Annual Session, Nov. 1828. 108 p.

11th Annual Session, Nov. 1829. 95 p. 112th Annual Session, Nov. 1830. 80 p.

Bound in 13th Annual Session, Nov. 1831. 120 p.

1 vol. 8o. Extra & Annual Session, Nov. 1832. 12 + (1) + 146 p. Annual Session, Nov. 1833. 205 p. 12mo. Annual Session,

Nov. 1834. 160 p. 8o.
Annual Session, Nov. 1835. 184 p. 8°.
Annual Session,

Nov. 1836. 152 p. 8o.
Called Session, June 1837. -42 + (1) p. 8°.
Annual Session, Nov. 1837. 136 p. 8°.
o Annual Session,

Dec. 1838. 216 p. 8°.
Annual Session,

Dec. 1839. 192 p. 8°. Annual Session, Nov. 1840. 215 p. 8o. o Called Session, Apr. 1811. 24 p. 8°.

Annual Session, Nov. 1841. 182 + x p. 8°.
Annual Session, Dec. 1842. 256 p. 8°.
Annual Session,

Dec. 1843. 224 p. 8°.
Annual Session, Dec. 1844. 247 p. 8°.
Annual Session,

Dec. 1845. 280 p. 12mo. 1st Biennial Session, Dec. 1847. 493 p. 8°. 2d Biennial Session, Nov. 1849. 544 p. 8°. 3d Biennial Session, Nov. 1851. 575 p. 8°. 4th Biennial Session, Nov. 1853. 534 p. 8°. 5th Biennial Session, Nov. 1855. 388 p. 8°. 6th Biennial Session, Nov. 1857. 468 p. 8°. 7th Biennial Session, Nov. 1859. 724 p. 8o. Called Session,

Jan. 1861. 161 p. 8°. 2d Called Session, Oct. 1861.

Bound in 1 vol. 303+ (1) p. 8°. 1st Regular Session, Nov. 1861. Called Session,

Oct. 1862.

Bound in 1 vol. 226 p. 8°. 2d Regular Session, Nov. 1862. Called Session,

Aug. 1863.

Bound in 1 vol. 248 p. 8o. 3d Regular Session, Nov. 1863. Called Session,

Sept. 1864.

Bound in 1 vol. 218 p. 8o. 4th Regular Session, Nov. 1864. [Regular) Session, Nov. 1865-6. 631 p. 8°.

Penal Code. [Stone & Shepherd.)

Adopted Session, 1865-6; Bound in 1 vol. 238 p. 8°.

with other criminal laws. (Regular] Session, Nov. 1866–7. 811 p. 8o. - (Extra) Session, July 13, 1868. - [Called) Session, Sept. 16, 1868. Bound in 1 vol. 663 p. 8°.

(Regular] Session, Nov. 2, 1868. —[Regular! Session, Nov. 1869–70.512 p. 8o. - (Regular] Session, Nov. 1870–71. XXX + 367 p. 8°.

[Constitution of Nov. 1867.) (Regular] Session, Nov. 1871-72. 532 p. 8°. [Regular] Session, Nov. 1872–73. 636 + (1) + (1) p. 8°. [Regular] Session, Nov. 1873. 247 + (1) p. 8°.

(Constitution of 1867 and Acts of the Board of Education.) (Regular) Session, Nov. 1874-5. 745 + (1) p. 8o. [Regular Session, Dec. 1875-6. 463 + (1) p. 8°. [Biennial] Session, Nov. 1876–77. 356 p. 8°.

p [Biennial] Session, Nov. 1878–79. 536 p. 8°.

. [Biennial] Session, Nov. 1880-81. 538 p. 8o. [Biennial] Session, Nov. 1882-83. 720 p. 8o. [Biennial] Session, Nov. 1884-85. 959 p. 8o.

. [Biennial] Session, Nov. 1886-87. 1096 p. 8° [Biennial] Session, Nov. 1888-89. 1160 p. 8°. [Biennial] Session, Nov. 1890-91. 1509 + (2) p. 8°.

) [Biennial] Session, Nov. 1892–93. 1270 + (1) p. 8o. [Biennial] Session, Nov. 1894–95. 1328 p. 8°.

8o [Biennial] Session, Nov. 1896–97. 1611 + (1) p. 8°. [Biennial] Session, Nov. 1898–99. 301 p. 8°. General. [Biennial] Session, Nov. 1898–99. (1) + 1903 p. 8°. Local.

( Special Session, May 1899. 30 + (1) p. 8°. [Biennial] Session, Nov. 1900-01. 279 p. 8o.

279 p. 8°. General. [Biennial] Session, Nov. 1900-01. 2814 p. 8° General and Local. [Biennial] Session, Jan. 1903. 646 p. 8°. General. [Biennial] Session, Jan. 1903. 891 p. 8°. Local. (Quadrennial] Session, Jan. 1907. 967 p. 8°. General. (Quadrennial] Session, Jan. 1907. 948 p. 8o. Local. Special Session, July 27, 1909. General. p. xv + 1-366. | Bound in Special Session, July 27, 1909. Local. p. 369–455.

1 vol. 8° (Quadrennial] Session, Jan. 10, 1911. cxxviii + 768 p. 8°. General.

STATUTES (Compilations, Revisions, Digests, Codes). Digest of Laws; Harry Toulmin. xxxiv + 1066 p. 8o.

Cahawba, 1823.
Laws in force January 1833. By John G. Aikin. 2d ed.
xlvii + 664 p. 8°
.

Tuscaloosa, 1836.
Social Law Library contains 1st edition, Philadelphia, 1833.
Same, supplement by Alexander B. Meek.
iv + 409 p. 8o.

Tuscaloosa, 1841.
C. C. Clay.
xliv + 768 p. 8o.

Tuscaloosa, 1843.

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Board of Education; Acts of the board of education bound with

session laws of 1873.

Compendium of Law; Atkinson. 1890.

In Department of Justice, also in New York Bar Association.

Codes

Code (1852); J. J. Ormond, A. P. Bagby and G. Goldthwaite. Head

notes and index by Henry C. Semple.
xviii + 795 p. 8o.

Montgomery, 1852. Penal Code (1865–66); and other criminal laws, with appendix of

forms. By G. W. Stone and J. W. Shepherd.
238 p. 8°.

Montgomery, 1866. Revised Code (1867); A. J. Walker. xvi + 960 p. 8°.

Montgomery, 1867.

Code (1876), in which the general and permanent Acts 1876–77 have

been incorporated. By W. Keyes, F. M. Wood, J. D. Roque-
more.
xvi + 1320 p. 8°.

Montgomery, 1877.
(1887); R. C. Brickell, P. Hamilton, and John P. Tillman.
2 vols. 4to.

Nashville, Tenn., 1887.
Vol. I, Civil, Vol. II, Criminal.
Report of Code Commissioner (1896); William L. Martin, com-

missioner.
116 p. 8°

n.p. Oct. 21, 1896.
Code (1897); William L. Martin.
2 vols. 8°. (Vol. 1 only.)

Atlanta, Ga., 1897. Vol. 2 in Social Law Library. (1907); James J. Mayfield. 3 vols. 8°.

Nashville, Tenn., 1907. Vol. I, Political, Vol. II, Civil, Vol. III, Criminal.

CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTIONS, CONSTITUTIONS, ETC.

Note. — The constitution at present in force in this state is that of 1901. Statute Law of the Southern States, T. L. Cole, Southern History

Association, Vol. I, 1897, p. 73, shows the following:

1819.
Journal of convention from July 5 (to Aug. 2), 1819.
40 p. 8o.

Huntsville: John Boardman, 1819.
Constitution adopted Aug. 2, 1819.
26 p. 89.

Huntsville: John Boardman, 1819. Same. 40 p. 8°.

Cahauba: Watchman Office, 1820. Same, printed by order of the House. 24 p. 8°.

Washington (D. C.), 1819. Constitution; a copy is contained in United States Charters and

Constitutions, Part I, p. 32.

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1861.

“Smith's Debates" (Binder's title). History and debates of the

convention of people of Alabama, begun Jan. 7, 1861; in which
is preserved speeches of secret session and valuable state papers.
By William R. Smith.
v + 464 + xii p. 8o.

Montgomery, 1861.

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