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Revision of constitution-Continued.

returns and proceedings thereon, Art. 18, § 2, p. 363.
executive to declare result, 18, 2, p. 363.
majority of votes required to ratify, 18, 2, p. 363.
Rights-inalienable, 1, 1, p. 177.

of witnesses, 1, 6, p. 180.

to bail, 1, 6, p. 180.

right of free assemblage, 1, 10, p. 185.

of accused in criminal proceedings, 1, 13, p. 187.
construction, p. 188.

of foreign residents, 1, 17, p. 214.

of security from search and seizure, 1, 19, p. 215.
enumeration not to impair others retained, 1, 23, p. 216.
right of suffrage, 2, 1, p, 217.

Chinese excluded from, 2, 1, p. 217.
privilege of electors, 2, 2, p. 218.
from military duty, 2, 3, p. 218.
of foreign residents, p. 365.

Right of way-appropriation of, 1, 14, p. 194.

on navigable waters not to be obstructed, 15, 2, p. 357.
Roads-local and special legislation prohibited, 4, 25, p. 258.
Rules of proceeding-each house to regulate, 4, 9, p. 239.
construction, p. 240.

Sabbath-power to regulate observance of, p. 179.
Sacramento-the seat of government, 20, 1, p. 357.
two superior judges to be elected, 6, 6, p. 290.
salary of, 6, 17, p. 295.

Safety and happiness-right to pursue, 1, 1, p. 177.

Salaries-of officers, special legislation prohibited, 4, 25, p. 259.
powers of legislature, p. 207.

of governor, 5, 19, p. 278.

of certain officers to be fixed by legislature, 5, 19, p. 278.

of justices of supreme court. 6, 17, p. 295.

to be paid by State, 6, 17, p. 295.

of judges of superior court, 6, 17, p. 295.

half to be paid by State and half by county, 6, 17, p. 295.

of reporter of supreme court, 6, 21, p. 297.

of justices and judges, conditions precedent to drawing of, 6, 24,
p. 297.

of superintendents of public instruction, 9, 2, p. 301.
of railroad commissioners, 12, 22, p. 332.

Sale of estates-how regulated, p. 261.

San Francisco-to have twelve superior judges, 6, 6, p. 290.

one to be chosen to preside, 6, 6, p. 290.
salary of, 6, 17, p. 295.

sessions of superior courts, 6, 6, p. 290.

Sanitary regulations-city, county, or town may enforce, 11, 11, p. 315.

San Joaquin-to have two superior judges, 6, 6, p. 290.

salary of, 6, 17, p. 295.

Santa Clara-to have two superior judges, 6, 6, p. 290.
salary of, 6, 17, p. 295.

School district-officers cannot be regulated by special laws, 4, 25,

p. 259.

prohibited from aiding religious sect or creed. 4, 30, p. 265.
restriction as to incurring indebtedness, 11, 18, p. 318.

DESTY CAL. CON.-36.

School funds-proceeds of land sold, etc., to constitute, Art. 9, § 4,

p. 302.

applied exclusively to primary and grammar schools, 9, 6, p. 303.
poll-tax to be paid into, 13, 12, p. 355.

School lands-sale of, 9, 4, p. 302.

Scientific improvement-to be promoted, 9, 1, p. 307.
Seal of State-in custody of governor, 5, 13, p. 275.
Searches and seizures-unreasonable prohibited, 1, 19, p. 215.
warrant to issue only on probable cause, 1, 19, p. 215.
Seat of government-at Sacramento, 20, 1, p. 367.

provision for change of, 20, 1, p. 367.

Secretary of State-subject to impeachment, 4, 18, p. 248.
to countersign grants and commissions, 5, 14, p. 276.
mode and time of election of, 5, 17, p. 277.
term of office, 5, 17, p. 277.

to keep record of official acts, 5, 18, p. 278.
duties of, 5, 18, p. 278.
compensation for services, 5, 19, p. 278.
duty as to city charters, 11, 8, p. 314.

to canvass returns on révision of constitution, 18, 2, p. 363.
to furnish paper for ballots for new constitution, 22, 5, p. 379.
Sectarian influences-university excluded from, 9, 9, p. 304.
Sectarian purposes-appropriations prohibited, 4, 30, p. 265.
Sectarian schools-to receive no public aid, 9, 8, p. 303.
Securities-taxation of, 13, 4, p. 351.

how assessed, 13, 4, p. 351.

contract of debtor to pay tax void, 13, 5, p. 352.
Security-from unreasonable searches and seizures, 1, 19, p. 215.
Seizures-unreasonable prohibited, 1, 19, p. 215.

Senato-legislative powers vested in, 4, 1, p. 222.
number of meinbers of, 4, 5, p. 236.
a court of impeachment, 6, 1, p. 230.
may remove justices or judges, 6, 10, p. 292.

Senators-when and how chosen, 4, 4, p. 236.
term of office, 4, 4, p. 236.
number of, 4, 5, p. 236.
allotment of, 4, 5, p. 236.

to try all impeachments, 6, 1, p. 280.

to be on oath, 4, 17, p. 247.

for what offices disqualified, 4, 19, p. 249.

to be under oath or affirmation, 6, 1, p. 280.

Senator of United States-governor disqualified for, 5, 20, p. 280.
Senatorial and assembly districts-division of State, 4, 6, p. 237.
Sentence-power of governor to suspend execution of, 7, 1, p. 298.
Separate property-of husband and wife, 20, 8, p. 371.

Servant of State-not to receive extra compensation, 4, 32, p. 267.
Sessions of legislature-when to commence, 4, 2, p. 235.

limitation of, 4, 2, p. 235.

to be open, except, 4, 13, p. 242.

of superior courts, 6, 7, p. 291.

of superior courts in San Francisco, 6, 6, p. 290.

Sex-not to disqualify for pursuit of lawful business, 20, 18, p. 375.
not to disqualify for admission into colleges, 20, 18, p. 375.
not to debar from admission to university, 9, 9, p. 305.

Shares of stock-contracts for sale on margin void, Art. 4, § 26, p. 263.
legislature may regulate purchase and sale of, 4, 26, p. 263.
Sheriff-legislature to provide for election of, 11, 5, p. 310.

and tax-collector inay be one office, p. 346.

Sinking fund-to be created to meet interest and debts, 11, 18, p. 318.
Slavery-prohibited, 1, 18, p. 214.

coolieism declared a form of, 19, 4, p. 366.

Soldiers-not to be quartered in time of peace, 1, 12, p. 186.
Sonoma-two superior judges to be elected, 6, 6, p. 290.
salary of judges, 6, 17, p. 295.

Speaker of assembly-duty on election returns for governor, 5, 4,

p. 270.

Speech-liberty of secured, 1, 9, p. 184.

Special acts-prohibited where general laws apply, p. 263.
Special assessments-for city improvements, 11, 19, p. 319.
Special commission-powers not to be delegated to, 11, 13, p. 316.
Special legislation-in certain matters prohibited, 4, 25, p. 257.
prohibited where general laws apply, 4, 25, p. 257.
construction, p. 260.

Special privileges and immunities-restriction on grant, 1, 21, p. 216.
construction, p. 262.

when validity to cease, 12, 6, p. 325.

Special rights-cannot be granted by special acts, 4, 25, p. 259.
Special sessions of legislature, how convened, 5, 9, p. 274.
power to act in, 5, 9, p. 274.

Special statute-not to create municipal corporation, 11, 6, p. 311.
Standing army-not to be kept in time of peace, 1, 12, p. 186.
Special rights-cannot be granted by special legislation, 4, 25, p. 259.
State-a part of the Union, 1, 3, p. 179.

políce powers of, p. 232.

Subdivision into senatorial and assembly districts, 4, 6, p. 237.
authority over institutions supported by State aid, 4, 22, p. 250.
prohibited to subscribe for corporation stock, 4, 31, p. 265.
not to loan its credit, 12, 13, p. 3.7.

construction, p. 327.

nor subscribe for corporation stock, 12, 13, p. 327.
to be divided into three railroad districts, 12, 22, p. 332.
property of exempt from taxation, 13, 1, p. 336.
to replace university fund, 9, 9, p. 304.
counties as subdivisions of, 11, 1, p. 307.

division into railroad districts, 12, 22, p. 332.
control of water-rights, 14, 1, p. 355.

suits against, 20, 6, p. 371.

boundary of, 21, 1, p. 376.

State board of equalization-constitution of, 13, 9, p. 352.
election, qualification, and term of office, 13, 9, p. 352.
duties of office, 13, 9, p. 352.

construction, p. 353.

to assess railroads and their property, 13, 10, p. 354.
State board of health-legislature to provide for, 20, 14, p. 374.

State constitutions-defined, p. 173.

interpretation and construction, p. 174.
construction of terms, p. 176.

provisions, mandatory and prohibitory, 1, 22, p. 216.

State contracts-power of taxation not to be surrendered, Art. 13, § 6,
p. 352.

State indebtedness-restriction on power of legislature, 16, 1, p. 358.
limit to aggregate debt, 15, 1, p. 358.

provisions to be made to pay interest, 16, 1, p. 358.
as well as for principal, 16, 1, p. 358.

provisions as to laws creating debts, 16, 1, p. 358.

State institutions and public buildings-alone entitled to appro-
priations, 10, 1, p. 305.

State lands-to be granted only to actual settlers, 17, 3, p. 363.
parcels not to exceed 320 acres, 17, 3, p. 362.

State officers-subject to impeachment, 4, 18, p. 248.
election and term of office, 5, 17, p. 277.

duties of, p. 278.

compensation of, 5, 19, p. 278.

not to accept free passes on railroads, 12, 19, p. 330.

State prison directors-board of, 10, 1, p. 305.

of whom to consist, 10, 1, p. 305.

term of office, 10, 1, p. 305.
classification of, 10, I, p. 305.

term of appointee to vacancy, 10, 1, p. 305.
to have charge of State Prison, 10, 2, p. 306.
duties of, 10, 2, p. 306.

to appoint warden and clerk, 10, 3, p. 306.

or remove them for cause, 10, 3, p. 306.

no compensation other than expenses incurred, 10, 4, p. 306.
powers and duties to be regulated by law, 10, 5, p. 306.
convict labor to be regulated, 10, 6, p. 306.

State school tax-to be applied exclusively to primary and grammar
schools, 9, 6, p. 303.

State taxes-municipal corporations not to be released, 11, 10, p. 315.
what property taxable, p. 337.

See REVENUE AND TAXATION.

Statement of receipts and expenditures to be published-4, 22, p. 250
of taxable property to be made, 13, 8, p. 352.

Statutes-enacting clause of, 4, 1, p. 222.

validity of, p. 227.
in part invalid, p. 228.
construction of, p. 229.
effect of repeal, p. 231.
judicial interpretation of, p. 231.

creating State debts, provisions in, 16, 1, p. 358.
constitutionality of, p. 369.

Stock of corporations-State prohibited from subscribing for, 4, 31,

p. 265.

not to be issued except for money, labor, etc., 12, 11, p. 326.
fictitious increase to be void, 12, 11, p. 326.

State not to be interested in, 12, 13, p. 327.

office to be maintained for transfer of, 12, 14, p. 328.

subject to assessment for taxation, 13, 1, p. 336.

Stock board-legislature to control sales of stock, 4, 26, p. 263.
Stock exchange-to be subject to control of legislature, 4, 26, p. 263.
Stock market-legislature to control sales of stocks, 4, 26, p. 263.
Stockholder-incompetent to appointment to regulate charges, 4, 33,
individual and personal liability of, 12, 3, p. 323.

p. 261.

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Stockholder-Continued.

construction, p. 324.

rights on voting for managers or directors, Art. 12, § 12, p. 327.
to have free access to books, etc., of corporation, 12, 14, p. 328.
Stock or bonds-of corporation, restriction on issue, 12, 11, p.326.
fictitious increase void, 12, 11, p. 326.

Stockholders-subscription to be kept in books, 12, 14, p. 328.
Stocks-taxable, 13, 1, p. 336.

Sorage-charges to be regulated by legislature, 4, 33, p. 267.
Street assessments-p. 320.

Streets-proceedings for improvement of, 11, 19, p. 319.
estimate of costs and expenses, 11, 19, p. 319.
assessment in proportion to benefits, 11, 19, p. 319.
to be first collected and paid into treasury, 11, 19, p. 319.
may be used by gas and water companies, 11, 19, p. 319.
municipality to regulate rates for gas and water, 11, 19, p. 319.
Streets and alleys-local and special legislation prohibited, 4, 25, p. 258.
Student-absence not to prejudice right to vote, 2, 4, p. 218.

Style-of process, 6, 20, p. 297.

Subject of act-to be embraced in title, 4, 24, p. 252.
Subscription-to stock to be entered on books, 12, 14, p. 328.
Succession-special legislation prohibited, 4, 25, p. 259.
Suffrage-right to, who entitled, 2, 1, p. 217.

who prohibited, 2, 1, p. 217.

privilege of electors, 2, 2, p. 218.

persons convicted of crimes disqualified from, 20, 11, p. 373.
freedom of, to be protected, 20, 11, p. 373.

Suits against State-subject to direction of law, 20, 6, p. 371.
Sunday laws-power of State to enact, p. 179.

Superintendent of public instruction-an executive officer, 9, 3, p. 301.

to be clected, 9, 3, p. 301.

when elected, 22, 10, p. 381.

salary, when to enter on office, 9, 2, p. 301.

Superintendent of printing-to furnish copies of new constitution,

22, 4, p. 378.

to furnish ballots for, to county clerks, 22, 5, p. 379.

Superintendent of schools-for county, election of, 9, 3, p. 301.
two or more counties may unite, 9, 3, p. 301.

Superintendent of streets-control of use of streets, 11, 19, p. 319.

Superior court-invested with judicial power, 6, 1, p. 280.
appellate jurisdiction of, 6, 4, p. 284.

jurisdiction of, 6, 5, p. 286.

power of naturalization, 6, 5, p. 286.

appellate jurisdiction from justice's court, 6, 5, p. 286.
always open, certain days excepted, 6, 5, p. 286.

may issue writs, 6, 5, p. 287.

for cach county, 6, 6, p. 200.

judges may apportion business, 6, 7, p. 291.

judges of different counties may interchange, 6, 8, p. 292.
provision of judgo pro tempore, 6, 8, p. 292.

judge pro tempore to be a member of the bar, 6, 8, p. 292,
to be a court of record, 6, 12, p. 294.

to appoint commissioners, 6, 14, p. 294.
salary of, when payable, 6, 17, p. 295.

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