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consideration or inducement of the whole act, or where the valid parts are ineffective and unenforceable in themselves, according to the legislative intent.

State ex rel. Crumpton v. Montgomery 177 Ala. 212, 241, 59

So. 294, 302 (1912) . Accord State v. Roden 15 Ala. App. 385,

73 So. 657 (1916) . State v. Martin 735 So. 2d 1156 (Ala.1999)

Second, the ordinance purports to exercise police and legislative powers the Montgomery County Commission has not been granted either by the Alabama Constitution of 1901, by any statute, or by any common law principle. See Dillard v. Baldwin County 833 So. 2d 11, 16 (Ala. 2002) ; Jefferson County v. Johnson 333 So. 2d 143, 145 (Ala. 1976) ; Laney v. Jefferson County 249 Ala. 612, 614, 32 So. 2d 542, 543 (1947) ; Arledge v. Chilton County 237 Ala. 96, 99, 185 So. 419, 421 (1938) ; see also Ex parte Pine Brook Lakes, Inc. 617 So. 2d 1014 (Ala. 1992) , and Bailey v. Shelby County 507 So. 2d 438 (Ala. 1987) . For example, section 11 of the ordinance purports to create crimes, even felonies, and section 7 purports to grant subpoena power to the county revenue commissioner. Such an exercise would inflict the same harm on the citizens of this state that Article IV, ยง 104 (14) , Alabama

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