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of the Louisville and Nashville railroad, thence eastwardly along the said south line of said right of way to the intersection of the same with the west line of the public road leading from Alberta City to Holt, thence northwardly along the said west line of said road to the intersection of the same with the center line east and west through the center of Section 8, Township 21, South, Range 9 West, thence west along the said center line through Sections 8 and 7 to low water mark on the west bank of the Warrior River, then southwardly along the said low water line on the west bank of the Warrior River to the point of beginning ; shall be and shall constitute the City of Tuscaloosa, and shall be designated and known by the name of the City of Tuscaloosa.

Section Two. Be It Further Enacted, That all laws, general and special, in conflict with the provisions of this act are hereby repealed. Provided, however, that nothing herein contained shall affect the rights, privileges and immunities heretofore granted by the laws of this State to the University of Alabama and to the Alabama Insane Hospital.

Approved Sept. 19, 1923.

No. 320.)

(S. 340.

Adams.

AN ACT

To authorize and empower the Town Council of the Town of Clanton,

Alabama, to vacate, annul or narrow any street, avenue, alley or other public place in said Town and to convey such portion of any street, avenue, alley or other public place so vacated, annulled or narrowed, to the adjacent landowners.

Be it enacted by the Legislature of Alabama:

Section 1. That the Town Council of the Town of Clanton, Alabama, be and they are hereby authorized and empowered to vacate, annul or narrow any street, avenue, alley or other public place in the said Town of Clanton, Alabama, upon such terms, considerations, or conditions as such Town Council may deem proper.

Section 2. That in the event that said Town Council of the town of Clanton should vacate, annul or narrow any street, avenue, alley or other public place in the Town of Clanton, Alabama, under the provisions of Section 1 of this act, said Town Council of the Town of Clanton be and they are hereby authorized to convey that part of such street, avenue, alley or public place so annulled, vacated or narrowed, to the adjacent landowners upon such terms, considerations or conditions as they may deem proper.

Section 3. That the ascertainment of any fact in connection with the vacating, annulling or narrowing of any street,

avenue, alley or other public place in the Town of Clanton, Alabama, by the Town Council of said Town, shall be conclusive.

Section 4. Should any court declare any section or subdivision of this act unconstitutional, it shall not affect the remaining sections or sub-divisions, but the same shall remain in full force and effect.

Section 5. That all laws and parts of laws in conflict with the provisions of this act be and they are hereby repealed.

Approved Sept. 19, 1923.

No. 322.)

(S. 365. Brower.

AN ACT

To amend Section 10 of an Act entitled “An Act to establish an Inferior

Criminal Court for Jefferson County, Alabama; to define the jurisdiction and power of said court; a judge, a clerk, and other officers thereof; to provide a place for holding said court; the terms, and salary of said Judge and officers of said court, the manner of their appointment and election, the payment of their salaries," approved September 10th, 1919, and to provide for the increase of the salary of the judge and other officers of said court, and to amend the provisions. as to the judges, officers and employees of said court, their number, appointment and authority, and to provide for the creation of an exofficio judge of said court, and to define his duties, Be it enacted by the Legislature of Alabama:

That Section ten (10) of the said Act to establish an Inferior Criminal Court for Jefferson County, Alabama; to define the jurisdiction and powers of said court, the judge, clerk and other officers thereof; to provide for a place for holding said court, the terms and salary of said judge and other officers of said court, the manner of their appointment and election, and the payment of their salaries, approved September 10th, 1919, read as follows: Section 10.

Section 10. That there shall be appointed by the judge of said court a Chief Clerk, a First Assistant Clerk and two Deputy Clerks, who shall hold office at the will of the judge of said court. The Chief Clerk shall receive as compensation for his services the sum of twenty-four hundred ($2400.00) dollars per annum, payable in equal monthly installments of two hundred dollars per month, out of the County Treasury of Jefferson County upon warrants drawn by the judge of said court upon the County Treasurer of said County, showing that said chief clerk has performed the duties for the month. Each of said deputy clerks (except the first assistant clerk) shall receive a salary of fifteen hundred ($1500.00) dollars per annum, payable in equal monthly installments of one hundred and twenty-five ($125.00) dollars, out of the County Treasury of Jefferson County, upon warrants drawn on the County Treas

urer of said county by the judge of said court, showing that the said deputy clerks have performed the duties for the month. The first assistant and the deputy clerks shall act under the authority of the Chief Clerk, for and in the name of the Chief Clerk.

Approved Sept. 19, 1923.

No. 323.)

(S. 364. Craft.

AN ACT

To amend Section 7 of an Act entitled an Act to establish an Inferior

Civil Court in lieu of Justices of the Peace for all precincts lying within or partly within the City of Mobile, Approved April 15th, 1911.

Section 1. Be it enacted by the Legislature of Alabama that Section (7) seven of an Act entitled an Act to establish an Inferior Civil Court in lieu of Justices of the Peace for all precincts lying within or partly within the City of Mobile, approved April 15th, 1911, be and the same is hereby amended, so as to read as follows: Section 7. The Ex-officio Judge of said Inferior Civil Court shall receive as compensation for his services as such Ex-officio Judge of said court the sum of Fifteen hundred dollars per annum payable in monthly installments out of the County Treasury of Mobile County, Alabama.

Section 2. That all laws, or parts of laws, in conflict, contrary to the provisions of this Act are hereby repealed.

Section 3. This Act shall not take effect until the expiration of the present term of the Ex-officio Judge of said Inferior Civil Court of Mobile.

Approved Sept. 24, 1923.

No. 324.)

(S. 356. Garth.

AN ACT

To amend the title and the act entitled “An Act to create and establish a

Board of County Commissioners in and for Madison County, Alabama, in the place and stead of the Board of Revenue of Madison County now existing in said County and abolishing said Board of Revenue of Madison County; to divide said County of Madison into Five Districts defining the boundaries thereof; defining the jurisdiction of said Board of County Commissioners, fixing their compensation; conferring upon said Board of County Commissioners all the jurisdiction, powers and authority granted by law to County Commissioners, Boards of Revenue or other governing bodies of like name or authority in this State; authorizing the appointment of said Board of County Commissioners of a clerk; and a Supervisor of Public Roads; providing for the holding of monthly meetings of said Board of Commissioners and providing for the repeal of all laws in conflict with this act; providing for the appointment, nomination and election of said Board of Commissioners;" approved February 3rd, 1923. Be it enacted by the Legislature of Alabama:

That the caption of "An Act to create and establish a Board of County Commissioners in and for Madison County, Alabama, in the place and stead of the Board of Revenue of Madison County now existing in said County and abolishing said Board of Revenue of Madison County; to divide said County of Madison into Five Districts defining the boundaries thereof; defining the jurisdiction of said Board of County Commissioners, fixing their compensation; conferring upon said Board of County Commissioners all the jurisdiction, powers and authority granted by law to County Commissioners, Boards of Revenue or other governing bodies of like name or authority in this State; authorizing the appointment of said Board of County Commissioners of a Clerk; and a supervisor of Public Roads; providing for the holding of monthly meetings of said Board of Commissioners and providing for the repeal of all laws in conflict with this act; providing for the appointment, nomination and election of said Board of Commissioners;" approved February 3rd, 1923, be amended so as to read as follows: An Act to create and establish a Board of County Commissioners in and for Madison County, Alabama, in the place and stead of the Board of Revenue of Madison County now existing in said County, and abolishing said Board of Revenue of Madison County; to divide said County of Madison into Five Districts, defining the boundaries thereof; defining the jurisdiction of said Board of County Commissioners, fixing their compensation; conferring upon said Board of County Commissioners all the jurisdiction, powers and authority granted by law to County Commissioners, Boards of Revenue or other governing bodies of like name or authority in this State; and to authorize said Board of County Commissioners for the purpose of maintaining the Public roads, bridges and ferries of Madison County to impose a tax on gasoline, woco-pep or other substitute therefor, sold in the County, not to exceed three cents per gallon and to provide the machinery for its collection; authorizing the appointment of said Board of County Commissioners of a clerk, and a supervisor of Public Roads; providing for the holding of monthly meetings of said Board of Commissioners and providing for the repeal of all laws in conflict with this act; providing for the appointment, nomination and election of said Board of Commissioners.

Be it enacted by the Legislature of Alabama that said Act be amended so as to read as follows:

Section 1. There is hereby created and established "The Board of County Commissioners of Madison County" to be composed of Five members, one of whom shall be the Chairman of the Board of County Commissioners, and all of whom shall be qualified voters of said County.

Section 2. The “Board of Revenue of Madison County,” as now constituted, is hereby abolished from and after the time this act becomes effective and is put into operation, and there is hereby conferred upon the Board of County Commissioners of Madison County, all jurisdiction and powers which are now, or may hereafter by law be vested in the Courts of County Commissioners, Boards of Revenue, or other like governing bodies of the several counties of this State.

Section 3. That for the purpose of this act and the enforcement thereof, the said County of Madison is hereby divided into five subdivisions, to be known as Districts, and numbered respectively, from one to five, both inclusive. District No. 1 shall embrace and be composed of all that territory now constituting beats or precincts numbered Fourteen, Seventeen, Two, Twenty-three, Twelve and Eleven and known respectively as Wells, Plevna, New Market, Sulphur Springs, Hazel Green and Meridianville. District No. 2 shall embrace and be composed of all that territory now constituting beats or precincts numbered Fifteen, Three, Twenty-two and Sixteen and known respectively as Gurley, Maysville, Hurricane No. 1 and 2 and Deposit. District No. 3 shall embrace and be composed of all that territory now constituting beats or precincts numbered Six, Eighteen, Five, Thirteen, Nineteen and Four and known respectively as Whitesburg, Clouds Cove, New Hope or Vienna, Poplar Ridge, Owens Cross Roads and Colliers. District No. 4 shall embrace and be composed of all that territory now constituting beats or precincts numbered Ten, Nine, Twenty-one and Eight and known respectively as Madison Cross Roads, Cluttsville, Monrovia, and Madison. District No. 5 shall embrace and be composed of all that territory now constituting beats or precincts numbered One, Twenty, Twenty-four and Twenty-five and known respectively as Huntsville, Dallas, West Huntsville and Merrimack.

Section 4. One member of the Board of County Commissioners shall be elected from District No. 1 by the qualified voters of said District every four years and he shall be a resident of said District. One member of the Board of County Commissioners shall be elected from District No. 2 by the qualified voters of said District, every four years and he shall be a resident of said District. One member of the Board of County Commissioners shall be elected from District No. 3 by the qualified voters of said District, every four years, and he shall be a resident of said District. One member of the Board of County Commissioners shall be elected from District No. 4 by the quali

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