The Legislature also declares that the restriction of the use to which cotton lands and cotton gins may be used, as provided in this chapter, is essential to the highest development of the cotton-growing industry; otherwise the different types of seed will be mixed, crossing will take place in the field, the varieties will be mongrelized and cease to be uniform, the fiber will deteriorate in quality, and the seed will be rendered unfit for planting.
The legislature occasionally skips outline levels.
(3) A person may apply [...]
(4)(a) A person petitioning for relief [...]
In this example, (3), (4),
and (4)(a) are all outline levels, but
omitted by its authors. It's only implied. This presents an
interesting challenge when laying out the text. We've
decided to display a blank section with this note, in order
to aide readability.