Code of Alabama - Title 41: State Government - Chapter 3 - Aboriginal Mounds, Earthworks and Other Antiquities
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- Section 41-3-1 Reservation of exclusive right and privilege of state to explore, excavate or survey aboriginal mounds, earthworks, burial sites, etc.; state ownership of objects found or located therein declared
The State of Alabama reserves to itself the exclusive right and privilege of exploring, excavating or surveying, through its authorized officers, agents or employees, ...
- Section 41-3-2 Nonresidents not to explore or excavate remains or carry away, etc., from state objects discovered therein, etc
No person not a resident of the State of Alabama, either by himself personally or through any agent or employee or anyone else acting ...
- Section 41-3-3 Explorations or excavations of remains not to be done without consent of owner of land and not to injure crops, houses, etc., thereon
No explorations or excavations shall be made in any of such remains without the consent of the owner of the land first had and ...
- Section 41-3-4 Explorations or excavations not to destroy, deface, etc., remains; restoration of remains after explorations or excavations
No explorations or excavations shall be made which will destroy, deface or permanently injure such remains; and, after any such explorations or excavations, they ...
- Section 41-3-5 Disposition of objects taken from remains
No objects taken from such remains shall be sold or disposed of out of the state, but when removed therefrom the objects so gathered ...
- Section 41-3-6 Exploration or excavation of aboriginal mounds, earthworks, etc., contrary to law
Any person who shall explore or excavate any of the aboriginal mounds, earthworks or other antiquities of this state contrary to the laws of ...
Last modified: February 19, 2012