Bush v. State, 341 So.2d 965 (Ala.Cr.App. 1976), cert. denied, Ex parte Bush, 341 So.2d 967 (Ala. 1977)
The appellant contends that there is a conflict between Title 36, § 2 and Title 36, § 68, Code of Alabama 1940 (Recompiled 1958) as to who shall have the authority to revoke a driver’s license for the offense of D.W.I. This is an appeal from a conviction for D.W.I., and the revocation of a driver’s license is not an issue in this case.
Appellant also contends that Title 36, § 154, is void for vagueness. According to the appellant, the statute is unclear as to whether one who refuses to submit to a P.E.I. examination will lose his driver’s license for forty-five or 90 days.
The issue of revocation of driver’s license is not a proper subject for review on a criminal appeal, and furthermore since appellant submitted to the P.E.I. test, he has no standing to question the sanctions which could be taken against one who refuses to submit to the test.
Appellant makes an additional novel argument that the Act providing for the chemical test for intoxication is a “bill of attainder” because it authorizes the Director of Public Safety to impose penalties without judicial review. Again, appellant attempts to raise an issue which is not properly before this Court on a criminal appeal.