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Approved December 7th 1866

Office of the Secretary of State
Montgomery Dec 20th 1866

I certify that the above is a true copy of an act from the official roll on file in this office. 

Great Seal } Given under my hand and the Great Seal of the State
(signed) D.L. Dalton
Secretary of State

Officers and agents of the Bureau in this State are directed to afford all possible aid in giving effect to the above. 
By order of
Maj. Genl Wager Swayne
(signed) J.F. Conyngham   
1st Lt. 15th USI aaag

Head Quarters Dist. of Alabama
Montgomery Ala. Apl 12th 1867

No 1    
The following act, passed at the last session of the State Legislature, and approved by the Govenor, is published for the information of all concerned:
An Act
To repeal an act entitled, an act concerning vagrants and vagrancy." Whereas, an act in the caption passed on the 15th day of Dec 1865 conflicts with some provisions of the Penal Code, upon the same subject, and some doubts have been entertained as to whether it is repealed by the subsequent adoption of said code.
Section 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of Ala in general assembly convened, that said act, 

Entitled "an act concerning vagrants and vagrancy approved December 15th 1865, be and the same hereby is repealed, 

Approved Feb 15th 1867

Officers and Agents of the Bureau in this State, are hereby directed to see that the above is properly carried into effect within their jurisdiction. 
By Command of
Maj Genl Wager Swayne
(signed) J.F. Conyngham
1st Lt. 15th U.S.I aaag 

Head Quarters Dist of Alabama
Montgomery Ala. April 12th 1867

General Orders
No 2          
1 The following extract from an Act of Congress approved March 2nd 1867 is published for the information and government of all concerned:
Section 7 And be it further enacted That it shall be the duty of the Clerk of the House of Representatives to select, in Virginia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas and Arkansas, one or more newspapers, not exceeding the number now allowed by law, in which such treaties and laws of the United States, as may be ordered for publication in newspapers according to law, shall be published and in some one or more of which so selected all such advertisements as may be ordered for publication in said districts, by any US Court or Judges thereof, or by any officer of said courts, or by any executive officer of the U.S. Court shall be published, the compensation for which and other terms of publication, shall be fixed by said clerk at a rate not exceeding two dollars per page for publication of treaties and laws and not