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ARTICLE IV.

LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENT. Sec. 1. Enacting clause of laws.

2. Sessions of legislature.
3. Election and term or assemblymen.
4. Qualifications of menibers.
5. Election and term of eenators.
6. Number and classes of senators.
7. Increase and apportionment of senators.
8. Organization of houses.
9. Quorum-number necessary.
10. Rules of government.
11. Journals of legislature.
12. Privileges of members.
13. Vacancies, how filled.
14. Open doors and secre: sessions.
15. Adjournments.
16. Origin and passage of bills.
17. Approval and veroes of governor.
18. Impeachments.
19. What officers liable to impeachment.
20. Legislator ineligible to office created during his term,
21. Ineligibility because of holding lucrative office.
22. Embezzlement and defalcations-penalty for.
23. Appropriations necessary in order to draw public

moneys.
21. Compensation of members not to be increased.
25. Title of laws amendment and revision.

Divorce not to be granted.
27. Lotteries prohibited.
28. Census, when and how taken.
29. Apportionment of legislators.
30. Congressional and legislative districts.
31. Corporations to be formed under general laws.
32. Stockholders individually I able.
33. Powers and duties of corporations.
34. Banks of deposit.
35. Issuing of money prohibited.
36. Individual liability of corporators.
37. Municipal corporations.
38. Viva voce eleciions in legislature.
39. Incumbents pot affected by amendment of 1862.

26.

ARTICLE V.

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.
SEC. 1. Governor invested with executive power.

2. Election and term of office of governor.
3. Qualifications for office.
4. Return and count of votes for governor.
5. Commander in chief of militia.
6. Guveruor to transact all executive business.
7 To see that laws are faithfully executed.
8. To fill certain vacancies.

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SEC. 1. Legislature restricted as to amount to be contractes.

Sec. 1. Superintendent of public instruction.

Sec. 9. May convene the legislature.

10. Executive messages.

11. To adjourn legislature in cases of disagreement.

12. Governor not to hold other office.

13. Reprieves and pardons.

14. Keeper of great seal of state.

15. To sign and seal grants and commissions.

16. The lieutenant governor.

17. When duties of governor devolve upon.

18. State officers, election and terms of.

19. Secretary of state, duties of.

20. Election of state officers.

21. Compensation not to be increased or diminished.

ARTICLE VI.

JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT.

Sec. 1. Judicial powers, where vested.

2. Supreme Court, how constituted.

3. Election of justices of Supreme Court.

4. Jurisdiction of Supreme Court.

5. District judges-terms-absence.

6. District courts, jurisdiction of.

7. County courts, judges, terms and powers.
8. Jurisdiction of county courts.

9. Justices of the peace, jurisdiction, etc.

10. Recorders and other inferior courts.

11. Clerks of courts, powers and duties.

12. Terms of courts, how fixed.

13. Fees and perquisites of judicial officers.

14. Decisions of Supreme Court to be published.

15. Salaries of judicial officers, how fixed.

16. Judges ineligible to other offices.

17. Charging juries.

18. Style of process.

19. Incumbency not affected by amendment of 1862.

ARTICLE VII.

MILITIA.

SEC. 1. Organization and discipline,

2. Officers, how chosen.

3. Governor may call out.

ARTICLE VIII.

STATE DEBTS.

ARTICLE IX.

EDUCATION.

3. A system of common schools to be provided.

4. Fund for university.

ARTICLE X.

AMENDING AND REVISING CONSTITUTION. Sec. 1. Amendments, how proposed and submitted.

2. How constitutional convention called.

ARTICLE XI.

MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS.

SEC. 1. Seat of government.

2. Dueling-penalty.
3. Oath of office.
4. Uniform system of town and county government.
5. Boards of supervisors.
6. Election or appointment of officers not otherwise

provided for.
7. Duration of office.
8. Fiscal year.
9. Support of county and inferior officers.
10. State's credit not to be given or loaned.
11. Suits against the state.
12. Marriage contracts.
13. Taxation to be equal and uniform.
14. Husband and wife, separate property of.
15. Homesteads of heads of families.
16. Perpetuities forbidden.
17. Bribery disqualifies for office.
18. Exclusion from right of suffrage and from juries.
19. Residence, as affecting suffrage.
20. Plurality of votes elects.
21. Laws, etc., to be in English.

SCHEDULE.

SEC. 1. Mexican law in force.

2. Removal of causes.
3. Change of government.
4. Qualifications to hold office.
5. Who can vote at first election.
6. Constitution, how submitted and ratified.
7. Transmission to congress.
8. Electiou of officers.
9. Meeting of legislature.
10. Canvass of election to be submitted to legislature.
11. U. S. senator, election of.
12. Application for admission into the Upion.
13. Installing officers elected.
14. Apportionment for representation.
15. Salaries of state officers, how fixed.
16. Article VIII does not apply to first legislature.

TABLE OF CASES CITED.

Bateman v. Superior Court.

62, 141, 143, 246, 404 .473, 528, 569

401

537 531, 535

537 .563, 565

563

208 397, 573

359 211 302 350

505 . 211, 359

381 .210, 212, 227

510 356 356 419

448

.423, 438 ..125, 183, 198, 226, 244, 265, 364, 435, 438

179

531 . 102, 339 .102, 339

338 245 562 398

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Appeal of Piper.
Arroya D. & W. Co. v. Superior Court.
Ashley

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Bailey v. Supervisors.
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Barton v. Kalloch,
Bateman v. Colgan.
Bates v. Grégory.
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Bay View S. Dist. v. Linscott.
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