Section 9-12-7

Proceedings as to violations of chapter - Bonds for stay of sale of condemned boats, etc., pending appeal.

The sale of the boat or vessel is not stayed by an appeal unless the appellant enters into a bond in a penalty of twice the value of the boat or vessel, her tackle, etc., the value to be determined by the judge of the district court, with sufficient surety, payable to the State of Alabama, with condition to prosecute the appeal to effect. The bond must be returned, with the other papers in the case, to the circuit court; and, if the judgment of the district court is affirmed, judgment shall be rendered against all the obligors therein for the amount of the fines not paid and for the value of the boat, her tackle, etc., to be ascertained by proof, as well as the costs of the circuit court.

(Code 1852, §1126; Code 1867, §1306; Code 1876, §1614; Code 1886, §4725; Code 1896, §5580; Code 1907, §7501; Code 1923, §5109; Code 1940, T. 8, §170.)