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Table of Contents
    Cover
        Cover 1
        Cover 2
    Title Page
        Page i
        Page ii
    Foreword
        Page iii
        Page iv
    Preface
        Page v
        Page vi
    Table of Contents
        Page vii
        Page viii
    Index to the journal of the proceedings of the constitutional convention of the state of Florida, 1885
        Page ix
        Page x
        Preamble
            Page 1
        Declaration on Rights
            Page 1
            Page 2
        Article I. Boundaries
            Page 3
        Article II. Distribution of powers
            Page 4
        Article III. Legislative Department
            Page 4
            Page 5
            Page 6
            Page 7
        Article IV. Executive department
            Page 8
            Page 9
            Page 10
            Page 11
        Article V. Judicial department
            Page 12
            Page 13
            Page 14
            Page 15
        Article VI. Suffrage and eligibility
            Page 16
            Page 17
            Page 18
        Article VII. Census and apportionment
            Page 19
        Article VIII. Counties and cities
            Page 20
            Page 21
        Article IX. Taxation and finance
            Page 22
            Page 23
        Article X. Homesteads and exemptions
            Page 24
            Page 25
        Article XI. Married women's property
            Page 26
        Article XII. Education
            Page 26
            Page 27
        Article XIII. Public institutions
            Page 28
        Article XIV. Militia
            Page 29
        Article XV. Public health
            Page 30
        Article XVI. Miscellaneous Provisions
            Page 30
            Page 31
            Page 32
            Page 33
            Page 34
        Article XVII. Amendments
            Page 35
        Article XVIII. Schedule
            Page 35
            Page 36
        Article XIX. Local option
            Page 37
        Ordinance No. 1
            Page 38
        Ordinance No. 2
            Page 38
        Additions and changes in the index to the Constitution of Florida
            Page 39
            Page 40
            Page 41
            Page 42
            Page 43
            Page 44
            Page 45
            Page 46
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INDEX TO JOURNAL

CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION OF 1885

STATE OF FLORIDA





VINCENT V. THURSBY
and
ANNIE MARY HARTSFIELD








INSTITUTE OF GOVERNMENTAL RESEARCH
THE FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY
Tallahassee



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INDEX

TO THE

JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS

OF THE

CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION



OF THE

STATE OF FLORIDA


1885





By
Vincent V. Thursby
Professor of Government
The Florida State University
and
Annie Mary Hartsfield
Research Assistant
Institute of Governmental Research
The Florida State University





INSTITUTE OF GOVERNMENTAL RESEARCH
THE FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY
in cooperation with
THE SECRETARY OF STATE OF FLORIDA
Tallahassee, 1965















FOREWORD



The proceedings of the constitutional convention held in Tallahassee
June 9-August 3, 1885, have been of continuing interest to judges,
attorneys, other legal scholars, and political scientists both in Florida
and elsewhere. From the deliberations of this convention emerged the
document that has served as the legal foundation of Florida government
for almost eighty years. Unfortunately, the Journal of Proceedings,
published at the close of the convention, contained no index; use of the
Journal has therefore been time consuming and difficult because of the
scattered debates, consideration, and action on the various subjects in-
cluded in the Constitution.
The Institute of Governmental Research undertook the preparation
of this Index, at the suggestion of Justice Campbell Thornal of the
Florida Supreme Court, as a service to users of the Journal. We believe
that its publication shortly after the Legislature has enacted legislation
for establishment of a constitution revision commission is especially
timely. This Index should be useful to the commission in accomplishing
its mission, as well as to other groups and persons. Its purpose is to
facilitate research on the formulation of the present Constitution and
the legal basis of government in Florida. We are pleased to make this
new research tool available to Floridians.
The Institute expresses its appreciation to Professor Vincent V.
Thursby of the Department of Government, who worked with Miss Annie
Mary Hartsfield of the Institute staff in compiling the Index, and ac-
knowledges with gratitude the assistance of the Honorable Tom Adams,
Secretary of State of Florida, in its publication.

Albert L. Sturm, Director
Institute of Governmental
Research



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PREFACE



The compilers of this Index have geared it to the topical index to the
Constitution of the State of Florida in Volume 26 of Florida Statutes
Annotated (Atlanta, Ga.: The Harrison Co.; St. Paul, Minn.: West
Publishing Co., continuing publication). Lawyers and law librarians
whom they know tell them that the West Index is one of the best yet to
appear for the Florida Constitution and that it is widely available.
The Index to the Proceedings of the Constitutional Convention of
1885 is set up according to articles and sections of the Constitution as
it emerged from that convention. Under each article or section number
entries are made for all resolutions, ordinances, articles, or other items
relative to the subject matter of the article or section. Paragraphing
groups all entries in reference to a resolution or other item and affords
an outline of the legislative life of the particular item. By reference to
a topic in the West Index the article and section numbers can be as-
certained and these numbers in turn can be checked in the Index to the
Proceedings to learn the pages at which the convention was concerned
with the item in question.
For some topics the article and section numbers have been changed
in the period since 1885. For such topical items (and a few typographical
or other errors in the West index) and for some additional items since
deleted from the Constitution because of changes since 1885 a short
topical index is included corrective of or supplemental to the West
Index. If upon check the West topical index fails to afford a key or
affords what proves to be the wrong key to this Index to the Proceedings,
a check of this short topical correction or supplement should afford the
correct key. Some items from the West Index obviously will not be
included in the Index to the Proceedings because they concern subject
matter added by subsequent amendments to the Constitution.

Vincent V. Thursby
Annie Mary Hartsfield

The Florida State University
Tallahassee, Florida



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CONTENTS



Page

Foreword ------- ------ ------------- --- -------- .......iii

Preamble ------------------ ----. ------.---------- -- ...
Preamble 1.. ............. 1

Declaration of Rights ...........-...._____..._ ._____- 1

Article I. Boundaries _3_____... 3

Article II. Distribution of Powers --____ 4

Article III. Legislative Department 4___

Article IV. Executive Department _._.--__.-.__.__. _____ 8
Article V. Judicial Department .......__.._...__ ..._. 12
Article VI. Suffrage and Eligibility 16
Article VII. Census and Apportionment -_-- 19
Article VIII. Counties and Cities __. 20
Article IX. Taxation and Finance ---_-.-..-__ 22

Article X. Homesteads and Exemptions .--_____..._. 24
Article XI. Married Women's Property ._ -__ -- ..----------_26
Article XII. Education .____._________26
Article XIII. Public Institutions 28
Article XIV. Militia ....._.____._..___.___.__. ... 29

Article XV. Public Health ___ 30
Article XVI. Miscellaneous Provisions ___. _--...__ 30
Article XVII. Amendments _....5 ...__ __ 35
Article XVIII. Schedule _..__.. ... .._ ...___ .... 35

Article XIX. Local Option -...... ----...... -------- ........ 37
Ordinance No. 1 ......................38
Ordinance No. 2 -----______38

Additions and Changes in the Index to the Constitution of Florida.... 39



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INDEX TO THE JOURNAL OF THE
PROCEEDINGS OF THE CONSTITUTIONAL

CONVENTION OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA, 1885



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PREAMBLE



Resolution for appointment of committee on, 13, 14, 23, 30, 38, 48.
Standing committee appointed, 53.
Ord. No. 37 proposing Preamble, etc. referred to Committee, 95.
Preamble reported back and placed among Orders of the Day, 97.
Committee report on Preamble and Bill of Rights, embodying all
foregoing articles, resolutions and ordinances, made, received and read,
115-118; read first time and placed among Orders of the Day, 132;
read and passed, 180; spread upon Journal and ordered engrossed for
further reading, 189; committee reports properly engrossed, 228; called
up for consideration, read third time, adopted and ordered re-engrossed,
228-230, 237; reported engrossed, 260; read and declared correct, 577;
reported engrossed, 585; spread upon Journal, 589.




DECLARATION OF RIGHTS

Resolution for appointment of committee on, 13, 14, 23, 30, 38, 48.
Standing committee appointed, 53.
Art. No. 2 relating to Bill of Rights introduced and referred to
Committee on Preamble and Bill of Rights, 70.
Res. No. 98 relative to election of officers by people and rights of
defendants in criminal cases introduced and referred to Committee, 73.
Res. No. 101 relative to foreigners' property rights introduced and
referred to Committee, 73.
Ord. No. 12 relative to Bill of Rights introduced and referred to
Committee, 79.
Res. No. 121 relating to polygamy introduced and referred to Com-
mittee, 90.
Res. No. 130 relating to amendment of Bill of Rights introduced
and referred to Committee, 91.
Ord. No. 37 proposing sections of Declaration of Rights introduced
and referred to Committee, 95.
Committee report on Preamble and Bill of Rights, embodying all
foregoing articles, ordinances, and resolutions, made, received and read,
115-118; read first time and placed among Orders of the Day, 132;
second reading begun, 180; resumed, 187; passed as whole, spread upon
Journal and ordered engrossed for third reading, 189-192; Committee
reports properly engrossed, 228; called up for consideration, read third
time, amended, adopted, ordered re-engrossed, 229-230, 237; reported
engrossed, 260; read and declared correct, 577. Reported engrossed,
585; spread upon Journal, 589-591.
Ord. No. 66 relative to rights, introduced and referred to Com-
mittee, 234; returned with recommendation it be tabled, received, 259.
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Resolution for appointment of committee on, 13, 14, 23, 30, 38, 48.
Standing committee appointed, 53.
Ord. No. 37 proposing Preamble, etc. referred to Committee, 95.
Preamble reported back and placed among Orders of the Day, 97.
Committee report on Preamble and Bill of Rights, embodying all
foregoing articles, resolutions and ordinances, made, received and read,
115-118; read first time and placed among Orders of the Day, 132;
read and passed, 180; spread upon Journal and ordered engrossed for
further reading, 189; committee reports properly engrossed, 228; called
up for consideration, read third time, adopted and ordered re-engrossed,
228-230, 237; reported engrossed, 260; read and declared correct, 577;
reported engrossed, 585; spread upon Journal, 589.




DECLARATION OF RIGHTS

Resolution for appointment of committee on, 13, 14, 23, 30, 38, 48.
Standing committee appointed, 53.
Art. No. 2 relating to Bill of Rights introduced and referred to
Committee on Preamble and Bill of Rights, 70.
Res. No. 98 relative to election of officers by people and rights of
defendants in criminal cases introduced and referred to Committee, 73.
Res. No. 101 relative to foreigners' property rights introduced and
referred to Committee, 73.
Ord. No. 12 relative to Bill of Rights introduced and referred to
Committee, 79.
Res. No. 121 relating to polygamy introduced and referred to Com-
mittee, 90.
Res. No. 130 relating to amendment of Bill of Rights introduced
and referred to Committee, 91.
Ord. No. 37 proposing sections of Declaration of Rights introduced
and referred to Committee, 95.
Committee report on Preamble and Bill of Rights, embodying all
foregoing articles, ordinances, and resolutions, made, received and read,
115-118; read first time and placed among Orders of the Day, 132;
second reading begun, 180; resumed, 187; passed as whole, spread upon
Journal and ordered engrossed for third reading, 189-192; Committee
reports properly engrossed, 228; called up for consideration, read third
time, amended, adopted, ordered re-engrossed, 229-230, 237; reported
engrossed, 260; read and declared correct, 577. Reported engrossed,
585; spread upon Journal, 589-591.
Ord. No. 66 relative to rights, introduced and referred to Com-
mittee, 234; returned with recommendation it be tabled, received, 259.
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Section 1. Committee report, 116; read and passed, 180; spread
upon Journal, 189, 589.
Section 2. Committee report, 116; read and passed, 180-181; spread
upon Journal, 189, 589.
Section 3. Committee report, 116; read and passed, 181; spread
upon Journal, 190, 589.
Section 4. Committee report as sec. 23, 118; read, 183 (line evidently
omitted-amendment proposed and appears in final form; section
must have been amended and passed, 183); spread upon Journal, 191;
renumbered as section 4, 575-577; spread upon Journal, 589.
Section 5. Committee report as sec. 4, 116; read and passed, 181;
spread upon Journal, 190; spread upon Journal as sec. 5, 589-590.
Section 6. Committee report as sec. 22, 118; read and passed, 183;
spread upon Journal, 191; renumbered sec. 6, 575-577; spread upon
Journal, 590.
Section 7. Sec. 17 of Article V on executive department reported by
Committee on Executive, etc., 81, 83; report read and rejected, 121. Ord.
No. 37 relative to writ of habeas corpus introduced and referred to
Committee, 95.
Committee report as sec. 5, 116; read and passed, 181; spread upon
Journal, 190; spread upon Journal as sec. 7, 590.
Section 8. Committee report as sec. 6, 116-117; read and passed,
181; spread upon Journal, 190; spread upon Journal as sec. 8, 590.
Section 9. Committee report as sec. 7, 117; read and passed, 181;
spread upon Journal, 190; spread upon Journal as sec. 9, 590.
Section 10. Committee report as sec. 8, 117; read and passed, 181;
spread upon Journal, 190; reconsidered and amended, 229; report by
Committee on Style and Arrangement of inconsistencies between section
and certain provisions of the Judiciary Article prompting recommenda-
tion of amendment to section, recommendation unanimously adopted,
552; spread upon Journal as sec. 10, 590.
Section 11. Committee report as sec. 9, 117; read, amended, and
passed, 181-182; spread upon Journal, 190; spread upon Journal as
sec. 11, 590.
Section 12. Res. No. 48 relative to condemnation of private property
introduced and referred to Committee on Judicial Dept., 62; reported
back with recommendation that Article XI, Judicial Dept., serve as sub-
stitute, report received, 239-240.
Committee report as sec. 10, 117; read and passed, 182; spread
upon Journal, 190; spread upon Journal as sec. 12, 590.
Section 13. Committee report as sec. 11, 117; read and passed, 182;
reconsidered, amended, and adopted, 183-184; spread upon Journal, 190-
191; spread upon Journal as sec. 13, 590-591.
Section 14. Resolution relative to costs in criminal cases, 51; re-
ported back by Judicial Committee with recommendation that Article
XI serve as substitute, report received, 239-240.
Committee report as sec. 12, 117; read and passed, 182; spread
upon Journal, 191; spread upon Journal as sec. 14, 591.

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Section 15. Committee report as sec. 13, 117; read and passed, 182;
spread upon Journal, 191; spread upon Journal as sec. 15, 591.
Section 16. Committee report as sec. 15, 117; read and passed, 182;
spread upon Journal as sec. 14, 191; spread upon Journal as sec. 16, 591.
Section 17. Committee report as sec. 16, 117-118; read, amended,
and passed, 182; reconsidered, amended, and passed, 188; spread upon
Journal as sec. 15, 191; spread upon Journal as sec. 17, 591.
Section 18. Committee report as sec. 17, 118; read and passed, 182;
reconsidered, substitute offered and passed, 188-189; spread upon Journal
as sec. 16, 191; spread upon Journal as sec. 18, 591.
Section 19. Committee report as sec. 18, 118; read and passed, 182;
spread upon Journal as sec. 17, 191; spread upon Journal as sec. 19,
591.
Section 20. Committee report as sec. 19, 118; read and passed, 182;
spread upon Journal as sec. 18, 191; spread upon Journal as sec. 20,
591.
Section 21. Section introduced, read, and passed, reconsidered,
amended, and passed, 183; spread upon Journal as sec. 19, 191; spread
upon Journal as sec. 21, 591.
Section 22. Committee report as sec. 20, 118; read and passed, 183;
spread upon Journal, 191; spread upon Journal as sec. 22, 591.
Section 23. Committee report as sec. 21, 118; read and passed, 183;
spread upon Journal, 191; spread upon Journal as sec. 23, 591.
Section 24. Committee report, 118; read and passed, 184; spread
upon Journal as sec. 24, 192, 591.





ARTICLE I. BOUNDARIES


Resolution for appointment of committee on, 13, 14, 38.
Resolution adopted, 49.
Standing committee appointed, 53.
Ord. No. 57 (labeled art.) defining state boundaries introduced and
referred to Committee on Miscellaneous Provisions, 166; reported back
with accompanying Article I, Boundaries, which was spread upon the
Journal, 283; read first time and placed on Calendar, 308; read second
and third times and adopted, 357; reported engrossed, 385; ordered
Article I in final arrangement, 576; read and declared correct, 577;
reported engrossed, 585; spread upon Journal, 591-592.
Ord. No.- proposing division of state into two, introduced, spread
upon Journal and referred to Committee, 386; returned with recom-
mendation it be indefinitely postponed, 426-427; minority committee
report recommending adoption, 435; read first time and placed on Cal-
endar, 448; indefinitely postponed, 487.
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ARTICLE II. DISTRIBUTION OF POWERS


Resolution providing for, 34.
Article No. I on distribution of powers introduced and referred to
Committee on Executive and Administrative Dept., 70; reported from
Committee as Article III and spread on Journal, 81; Article III, Dis-
tribution of Powers, read first time and placed among Orders of Day,
86; read second time (labeled Ord. No. 3); amendments proposed; Ar-
ticle and amendments placed on Calendar, 92-93; read, amended, ordered
engrossed for third reading on the morrow, 105-106; reported en-
grossed, 115; read third time and adopted, 128; ordered Article II in
final arrangement, 576; read and declared correct, 578; reported en-
grossed, 585; spread upon Journal, 592.




ARTICLE III. LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENT


Resolution for appointment of committee on, 13, 14, 23, 24, 30, 38.
Resolution adopted, 48.
Standing committee appointed, 53.
Resolution relative to Internal Improvement Board introduced, 51;
reported and placed among Orders of the Day, 97.
Res. No. 9 in relation to Board of Internal Improvement introduced
and referred to Legislative Committee, 57; re-referred to Committee on
Judicial Dept., 66; reported back for further reference and report ac-
cepted, 74.
Ord. No. 23 relative to Legislative Dept. introduced and referred
to Committee, 89; Ord. No. 24, 89; Ord. No. 36, 95; Ord. Nos. 23 and 24
(termed resolutions) reported and placed among Orders of the Day, 97.
Res. No. 139 relative to filling vacancies in General Assembly
resulting from certain causes introduced and referred to Committee, 96.
Article IV titled Legislative Department reported by Committee,
read and placed among Orders of the Day, 97-102; read and placed on
Calendar, 102; read by title and placed among Orders of the Day for
second reading, 105; read and passed by sections, 139-141, 145-154, 156-
163, 170-174; Article (labeled IV) ordered engrossed and spread upon
the Journal, 174-178; reported engrossed, 218; read third time, corrected,
amended, sections added, ordered re-engrossed, and motion that no fur-
ther amendments be allowed, adopted, 219-222; reported engrossed as
Article IV, 251; read on final passage, failed to pass, 252; reconsidered
on final passage and adopted, 284; ordered Article III in final arrange-

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ARTICLE II. DISTRIBUTION OF POWERS


Resolution providing for, 34.
Article No. I on distribution of powers introduced and referred to
Committee on Executive and Administrative Dept., 70; reported from
Committee as Article III and spread on Journal, 81; Article III, Dis-
tribution of Powers, read first time and placed among Orders of Day,
86; read second time (labeled Ord. No. 3); amendments proposed; Ar-
ticle and amendments placed on Calendar, 92-93; read, amended, ordered
engrossed for third reading on the morrow, 105-106; reported en-
grossed, 115; read third time and adopted, 128; ordered Article II in
final arrangement, 576; read and declared correct, 578; reported en-
grossed, 585; spread upon Journal, 592.




ARTICLE III. LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENT


Resolution for appointment of committee on, 13, 14, 23, 24, 30, 38.
Resolution adopted, 48.
Standing committee appointed, 53.
Resolution relative to Internal Improvement Board introduced, 51;
reported and placed among Orders of the Day, 97.
Res. No. 9 in relation to Board of Internal Improvement introduced
and referred to Legislative Committee, 57; re-referred to Committee on
Judicial Dept., 66; reported back for further reference and report ac-
cepted, 74.
Ord. No. 23 relative to Legislative Dept. introduced and referred
to Committee, 89; Ord. No. 24, 89; Ord. No. 36, 95; Ord. Nos. 23 and 24
(termed resolutions) reported and placed among Orders of the Day, 97.
Res. No. 139 relative to filling vacancies in General Assembly
resulting from certain causes introduced and referred to Committee, 96.
Article IV titled Legislative Department reported by Committee,
read and placed among Orders of the Day, 97-102; read and placed on
Calendar, 102; read by title and placed among Orders of the Day for
second reading, 105; read and passed by sections, 139-141, 145-154, 156-
163, 170-174; Article (labeled IV) ordered engrossed and spread upon
the Journal, 174-178; reported engrossed, 218; read third time, corrected,
amended, sections added, ordered re-engrossed, and motion that no fur-
ther amendments be allowed, adopted, 219-222; reported engrossed as
Article IV, 251; read on final passage, failed to pass, 252; reconsidered
on final passage and adopted, 284; ordered Article III in final arrange-

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ment, 576; read and corrected, 578; reported engrossed, 586; spread
upon Journal, 592-597.
Original sec. 4 dealing with election, terms, and districts of senators
recommitted to Committee on Census and Apportionment, 170.
Original sec. 23 reselection for jury service deleted, 173.
Additional section (unidentified) read first time, 303.
Section 1. Committee report recommending adoption of this section,
97, 98; read and placed on Calendar, 102; read and adopted, 139;
spread upon Journal, 174, 592.
Section 2. Res. No. 70 relating to time of meeting of legislature,
length of service, and compensation, introduced and referred to Com-
mittee, 71.
Res. No. 73 to limit time of the legislature introduced and referred
to Committee, 71; Res. No. 82 on sessions of legislature introduced and
referred to Committee, 72; Res. No. 73 and No. 82 reported back and
placed among the Orders of the Day, 97.
Committee report recommending adoption of this section, also last
portion of this section as sec. 25, 97, 98, 100; read and placed on
Calendar, 102; read, amended, including addition of sec. 25 to sec. 2,
and adopted, 139, 141; spread upon Journal, 174, 592.
Section 3. Committee report recommending adoption of this section,
97, 98; read and placed on Calendar, 102; read and adopted, 145-146;
spread upon Journal, 174; corrected, 221; spread upon Journal, 592.
Section 4. Res. No. 70 relating to time of meeting of legislature,
length of session and compensation, introduced and referred to Com-
mittee, 71; reported and placed among Orders of the Day, 96.
Committee report recommending adoption of this section as sec.
5, 97, 98; read and placed on Calendar, 102; read, amended, and adopted,
146-150; section reconsidered, amended, and adopted, 159-161; spread
upon Journal as sec. 4, 174-175, 592-593.
Ord. No. 54 (labeled art.) making ministers of the Gospel ineligible
for the legislature introduced and referred to the Committee on the
Preamble, 142-143; reported with recommendation that it be referred
to Committee on Legislative Department, received and so referred, 156;
reported back with recommendation that consideration be indefinitely
postponed, received and placed on Calendar, 186.
Section 5. Ord. No. 39 relative to eligibility of legislator for office
created or salary increased during his term, introduced and referred
to Committee on Suffrage, etc., 95-96; read and placed on Calendar, 102.
Section introduced and read, 206; offered as additional section,
passed, 221; spread upon Journal, 593.
Section 6. Committee report recommending adoption of this section,
97, 98; read and placed on Calendar, 102; read and recommitted with
proposed amendments, 150-152; reported back incorporating amendments
with minority report of alternative section, received and placed on
Calendar, 156-158; sec. 6 read and temporarily passed over, 161; read
and passed, 170-171; spread upon Journal as sec. 5, 175; spread upon
Journal as sec. 6, 593.
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Section 7. Ord. No. 45 making U. S. or state officeholders ineligible
for a seat in the General Assembly introduced and referred to Committee
on Suffrage, etc., 103.
Section proposed and referred to Committee, 152; read and passed,
161; reconsidered, amended, and passed, 174; spread upon Journal as
sec. 6, 175; spread upon Journal as sec. 7, 593.
Section 8. Section offered as addition to Committee report and
passed, 170; spread upon Journal as sec. 7, 175; spread upon Journal
as sec. 8, 593.
Section 9. Committee report recommending adoption of this section
as sec. 7, 97, 98; read and placed on Calendar, 102; read, amended and
passed, 152-153; spread upon Journal as sec. 8, 175; spread upon
Journal as sec. 9, 593.
Section 10. Section proposed (labeled 8), read and passed, 153;
spread upon Journal as sec. 9, 175; spread upon Journal as sec. 10, 593.
Section 11. Committee report recommending adoption of this sec-
tion as sec. 8, 97, 98; read and placed on Calendar, 102; read and
passed, 153; spread upon Journal as sec. 10, 175; spread upon Journal
as sec. 11, 593.
Section 12. Committee report recommending adoption of this sec-
tion as sec. 10, 97, 99; read and placed on Calendar, 102; read,
amended, and passed, 153; spread upon Journal as sec. 11, 175; spread
upon Journal as sec. 12, 593.
Section 13. Committee report recommending adoption of this section
as sec. 11, 97, 99; read and placed on Calendar, 102; read and passed,
153; spread upon Journal as sec. 12, 175; spread upon Journal as sec.
13, 593-594.
Section 14. Committee report recommending adoption of this section
as sec. 12, 97, 99; read and placed on Calendar, 102; read and passed,
153; spread upon Journal as sec. 13, 175; spread upon Journal as sec.
14, 594.
Section 15. Committee report recommending adoption of this sec-
tion as sec. 13, 97, 99; read and placed on Calendar, 102; read, amended,
and passed, 153; spread upon Journal as sec. 14, 176; spread upon
Journal as sec. 15, 594.
Section 16. Committee report recommending adoption of this sec-
tion as sec. 14, 97, 99; read and placed on Calendar, 102; read and
passed, 153; spread upon Journal as sec. 15, 175; spread upon Journal
as sec. 16, 594.
Section 17. Res. No. 125 relating to final passage of bills in House
of Representatives introduced and referred to Committee, 90; reported
back and placed among the Orders of the Day, 96.
Committee report recommending adoption of this section as sec.
15, 97, 99; read and placed on Calendar, 102; read, amended, and
passed, 153-154; spread upon Journal, as sec. 16, 176; spread upon
Journal as sec. 17, 594.
Section 18. Introduced, read, and passed, 220-221; spread upon
Journal as sec. 18, 594.

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Section 19. Committee report recommending adoption of this section
as sec. 16, 97, 99; read and placed on Calendar, 102; read and passed,
161; spread upon Journal as sec. 17, 176; portion deleted by Com-
mittee on Style and Arrangement as contained in sec. 4 of Article on
taxation and finance, 575, 578; spread upon Journal as sec. 19, 594.
Note: Also submitted as original sec. 5 of Article XII on taxation and
finance, 280; stricken from Article since duplicated by this section, 575.
Section 20. Resolution limiting legislative power to enact special
and local laws, 34.
Res. No. 3 on limiting legislation referred to committee, 56-57.
Res. No. 39 relative to divorce introduced and referred to Com-
mittee on Judicial, 61; reported back with recommendation that Article
XI on the judicial department serve as substitute, 239-240.
Res. No. 51 relative to legislative change of county boundary lines
introduced and referred to Committee on Miscellaneous Provisions, 62.
Committee report recommending adoption of this section as sec. 17,
97, 99-100; read and placed on Calendar, 102; read, amended, and passed,
161-162; spread upon Journal as sec. 18, 176-177; corrected, 219; spread
upon Journal as sec. 20, 594-595.
Section 21. Committee report recommending adoption of this section
as sec. 18, 97, 100; read and placed on Calendar, 102; read, amended,
and passed, 162-163; spread upon Journal as sec. 19, 177; spread upon
Journal as sec. 21, 595.
Committee on Preamble and Bill of Rights report this as sec. 14
of Bill of Rights, received and read, 117; read and struck, 182.
Section 22. Committee report recommending adoption of this section
as sec. 19, 97, 100; read and placed on Calendar, 102; read and passed,
163; spread upon Journal as sec. 20, 177; spread upon Journal as sec.
22, 595.
Section 23. Committee report recommending adoption of this section
as sec. 20, 97, 100; read and placed on Calendar, 102; read and passed,
163; spread upon Journal as sec. 21, 177; spread upon Journal as sec.
23, 595.
Section 24. Committee report recommending adoption of this section
as sec. 21, 97, 100; read and placed on Calendar, 102; read and passed,
172; spread upon Journal as sec. 22, 177; spread upon Journal as sec.
24, 595.
Section 25. Committee report recommending adoption of this section
as sec. 22, 97, 100; read and placed on Calendar, 102; read, amended,
and passed, 172-173; spread upon Journal as sec. 23, 177; spread upon
Journal as sec. 25, 595.
Amendment to section (No. 22) proposed and referred to Com-
mittee on Private Corporations, 172-173.
Committee on Private Corporations minority report dealing in part
with subject matter of this section, 297-299.
Section 26. Committee report recommending adoption of this section
as sec. 24, 97, 100; read and placed on Calendar, 102; read and passed,
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173; spread upon Journal as sec. 24, 177; spread upon Journal as sec.
26, 595.
Section 27. Committee report recommending adoption of this sec-
tion, 97, 101; read and placed on Calendar, 102; read and passed, 173;
spread upon Journal as sec. 25, 177; spread upon Journal as sec. 27, 595.
Section 28. Committee report recommending adoption of this section,
97, 101; read and placed on Calendar, 102; read and passed, 173; spread
upon Journal as sec. 26, 177-178; spread upon Journal as sec. 28, 595-
596.
Section 29. Resolution for appointment of committee on impeach-
ment, 13.
Committee report recommending adoption of this section, 97, 101-
102; read and placed on Calendar, 102; read, amended, and passed,
173-174; spread upon Journal as sec. 27, 178; spread upon Journal as
sec. 29, 596.
Section 30. Committee report recommending adoption of this sec-
tion, 97, 102; read and placed on Calendar, 102; read and passed, 174;
spread upon Journal as sec. 28, 178; spread upon Journal as sec. 30,
596.
Section 31. Committee report recommending adoption of this sec-
tion, 97, 102; read and placed on Calendar, 102; read and passed, 174;
spread upon Journal as sec. 29, 178; spread upon Journal as sec. 31, 596.
Section 32. Introduction of section, referred to Committee on Pre-
amble, etc., 206; re-referred to Committee on Legislative Department,
234; reported back as Art. No. 69 with recommendation of substitute
section to be added to Article on legislative department, placed on
Calendar, 260-261; read second time, amended, passed, and ordered
engrossed for third reading, 354-355; reconsidered, substitute offered,
read a second time, and ordered engrossed, 356; reported engrossed,
362; read a third time and adopted, 379-380; spread upon Journal as
sec. 32, 596-597.
Section 33. Introduction of section, referred to Committee on Pre-
amble, etc., 206; re-referred to Committee on Preamble, etc., 235; re-
ported from Committee with recommendation it be added to Bill of
Rights, 259-260; read first time and placed on Calendar, 272; read
second time, passed, and ordered engrossed for third reading, 356; re-
ported engrossed, 362; read third time, adopted, and ordered attached
to Article IV on Legislative Department, 379; spread upon Journal as
sec. 33, 597.




ARTICLE IV. EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT

Resolution for appointment of committee on, 13, 14, 23, 24, 30, 38.
Resolution adopted, 49.
Standing committee appointed, 53.

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Res. No. 72 abolishing the office of It. governor introduced and
referred to Committee, 71; returned with recommendation that it be
tabled, 81; ordered spread upon the Journal, 85; proposed sec. 19 re-
ported with recommendation that it be tabled, report received, and
placed on Calendar, 114.
Committee report on parts of Constitution of 1868 recommending
adoption of Article V, Executive Department, ordered spread upon the
Journal, 81-85; Article V relating to the executive department read the
first time, 86; read second time and placed on calendar, 93; considered
in Committee of Whole, 102, 106; reported and report received, 106-
107; ordered engrossed, as amended and passed, and spread upon the
Journal, 134-139; Committee on Engrossment, etc. reports Article en-
grossed, report received and placed on Calendar, 158; read third time,
corrected, amended, and ordered re-engrossed, 187, 208-209; Committee
reports properly engrossed, 228; read third time again and adopted,
362-363; ordered Article IV in final arrangement, 576; read and
corrected, 578; reported engrossed, 586; spread upon Journal, 597-601.
Ord. No. 60 (labeled Art.) providing for office of It. governor in-
troduced and referred to Committee, 166.
Section 1. Committee report recommending adoption of this section,
81, 82; read and passed to third reading, 108; spread upon Journal,
135, 597.
Section 2. Ord. No. 3 relating to election of governor introduced
and referred to Executive and Administrative Committee, 65.
Res. No. 65 relating to election of governor and cabinet introduced
and referred to Committee, 71; returned with recommendation that it
be tabled, 81; ordered spread upon the Journal, 85.
Committee report recommending adoption of this section, 81, 82;
read, amended, and passed to third reading, 108-109; spread upon
Journal, 135; amended on third reading, 208; spread upon Journal, 597.
Section 3. Committee report recommending adoption of this section,
81, 82; read, amended, and passed, 109; spread upon Journal, 135;
amendment proposed by Legislative Committee to bring into agreement
with sec. 6 of the Legislative Article, received and placed on Calendar,
157; amended and adopted, 208; section spread upon Journal, 597.
Section 4. Committee report recommending adoption of this section,
81, 82; read and passed, 110; spread upon Journal, 135, 597.
Section 5. Committee report recommending adoption of this section,
81, 82; read as amended by Committee of Whole and passed, 110; spread
upon Journal, 135, 597.
Section 6. Committee report recommending adoption of this section,
81, 82; read as amended by Committee of Whole and passed, 110;
spread upon Journal, 135, 597.
Section 7. Committee report recommending adoption of this section,
81, 82; read as amended by Committee of Whole and passed, 110;
spread upon Journal, 135, 597-598.
Section 8. Resolution limiting business of special sessions, 34.
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Committee report recommending adoption of this section, 81, 82;
read as amended by Committee of Whole, amended, and passed, 110;
spread upon Journal, 136; corrected on third reading, 208; spread
upon Journal, 598.
Section 9. Committee report recommending adoption of this section,
81, 82; read, amended, and passed, 110; spread upon Journal, 136, 598.
Section 10. Committee report recommending adoption of this sec-
tion, 81, 82-83; read and passed, 110; spread upon Journal, 136, 598.
Section 11. Committee report recommending adoption of this section,
81, 83; read as amended by Committee of Whole and passed, 110; spread
upon Journal, 136; corrected on third reading, 208; spread upon
Journal, 598.
Section 12. Committee report recommending adoption of this sec-
tion, 81, 83; read as amended by Committee of Whole, amendments
rejected and passed as first offered, 110-111; motion to reconsider not
agreed to, 127; spread upon Journal, 136, 598.
Section 13. Committee report recommending adoption of this sec-
tion, 81, 83; read and passed, 111; spread upon Journal, 136-137, 598-
599.
Section 14. Committee report recommending adoption of this sec-
tion, 81, 83; read as amended by Committee of Whole and passed, 111;
spread upon the Journal, 137, 599.
Section 15. Resolution for appointment of committee on removal of
officers, 13.
Ord. No. 8 providing for popular election of county officers and
manner of removal, introduced and referred to Judicial Committee,
78; reported back (as No. 81) with recommendation it be referred to
Committee on County, etc., received and placed among the Orders of the
Day, 91.
Committee report on sec. 29 covers portion of this section, 97, 101;
read and placed on Calendar, 102; proposed section with amendments
referred to Committee, 112; Committee report on section proposing sub-
stitute, received and placed on Calendar, 114-115; read as sec. 15, re-
ported and ordered printed in the day's proceedings, 118-120; read,
amended, and recommitted with amendments, 132-133; Committee report
recommending adoption of amendment to section, read, amended, and
passed, 133-135; spread upon Journal, 137; corrected on third reading,
208; spread upon Journal, 599.
Section 16. Committee report recommending adoption of this section
as sec. 15, 81, 83; read, amended, and passed, 111; spread upon Journal
as sec. 16, 137; spread upon Journal, 599.
Section 17. Committee report recommending adoption of this section
as sec. 16, 81, 83; read, amended, and passed, 120-121; spread upon
Journal as sec. 17, 137; spread upon Journal, 599.
Section 18. Committee report recommending adoption of this section,
81, 83-84; read and passed, 121; spread upon Journal, 137-138, 599-600.
Section 19. Committee report recommending adoption of this sec-
tion, 81, 84; read and passed, 121; spread upon Journal, 138, 600.

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Section 20. Resolution for election of cabinet, 33.
Resolution relative to terms of office, 51, 52.
Res. No. 5 relating to election and terms of officers introduced and
referred to Committee on Constitutional Amendments, 57; reported back
with recommendation that it be referred to appropriate committee,
placed on Calendar, 271-272.
Res. No. 65 relating to election of governor and cabinet introduced
and referred to Committee, 71; returned with recommendation that it
be tabled, 81.
Res. No. 86 relating to election of state and county officers intro-
duced and referred to Committee, 72; Res. No. 96, 73; Res. No. 96 with-
drawn, 78; Res. No. 86 returned with recommendation that it be tabled,
81.
Res. No. 113 creating office of commissioner of agriculture intro-
duced and referred to Committee, 80; reported out with recommendation
that it be tabled and matter regarding agricultural bureau referred to
Legislative Department 'Committee, report received and placed on Cal-
endar, 114.
Committee report recommending adoption of this section, 81, 84;
read, amended, and passed, 121-124; spread upon the Journal, 138, 600.
Section 21. Committee report recommending adoption of this section,
81, 84; read and passed, 124; spread upon the Journal, 138, 600.
Section 22. Committee report recommending adoption of this section,
81, 84; read, amended, and passed, 124-125; spread upon the Journal,
138; corrected on third reading, 208; spread upon Journal, 600.
Section 23. Committee report recommending adoption of this section,
81, 84; read and passed, 125; spread upon the Journal, 138, 600.
Section 24. Committee report recommending adoption of this section,
81, 84; read and passed, 125; spread upon the Journal, 138; amended
on third reading, 208; spread upon Journal, 600.
Section 25. Committee report recommending adoption of this section,
81, 84-85; read and passed, 125; reconsidered and substitute section
passed, 133; spread upon the Journal, 138-139; amended on third read-
ing, 208; spread upon Journal, 600-601.
Section 26. Committee report recommending adoption of this section
but entitling officer Commissioner of Lands and Immigration, 81, 85;
read, substitute accepted, amended, and passed, 125-126; spread upon
Journal, 139; corrected on third reading, 208; spread upon Journal, 601.
Section 27. Committee report recommending adoption of this section,
81, 85; read and passed, 126; spread upon Journal, 139, 601.
Section 28. New sec. 28 proposed and passed, 126; spread upon the
Journal, 139; substitute offered and passed, 209; spread upon Journal,
601.
Section 29. Committee report recommending adoption of this section
as sec. 28, 81, 85; read as sec. 28, amendments offered, section struck
out from Executive Article and referred to Committee on Miscellaneous
Provisions, 126-127; recommended as sec. 34 of Article on miscellaneous
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provisions, 303; read second time, 375; substitute offered and passed,
388-393; reconsidered, substitute offered, and passed, 450-451; spread
on Journal as sec. 27 of Article on miscellaneous provisions, 455; trans-
ferred from Article on miscellaneous provisions, 578, 583; spread upon
Journal as sec. 29, 601.




ARTICLE V. JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT

Resolution for appointment of committee on, 13, 14, 23, 24, 30, 38.
Resolution adopted, 49.
Resolution relative to appeals, 57; Res. No. 7 referred to Com-
mittee, 57; Res. No. 62, 63.
Resolution relative to judicial system, 52.
Standing committee appointed, 53.
Res. No. 2 relative to election of officers introduced and referred
to Committee, 56; Res. No. 4, 57; Res. No. 16, 57.
Res. No. 10 to regulate railroad tariffs introduced and referred to
Committee, 57.
Res. No. 21 relative to judicial system introduced and referred to
Committee, 58.
Res. No. 23 relative to jurisdiction of courts introduced and re-
ferred to Committee, 60.
Res. No. 27 relative to grand jury introduced and referred to
Committee, 60.
Res. No. 38 relative to selection of jurors introduced and referred
to Committee, 61.
Res. No. 47 relative to bribery of officials introduced and referred
to Committee, 62.
Res. No. 55 to establish municipal court introduced and referred
to Committee, 62.
Res. No. 59 to limit period of imprisonment for fines introduced
and referred to Committee, 63; reported adversely as matter of legisla-
tion not organic law; report adopted, 74.
Res. No. 60 to abolish swearing to common law pleas introduced
and referred to Committee, 63.
Res. No. 63 relative to tenure of office introduced and referred to
Committee, 63.
Ord. No. 1 defining judicial powers and providing for appointment
of judges introduced and referred to Committee, 64-65.
Ord. No. 6 relating to the judicial department introduced and re-
ferred to Committee, 71; Ordinance No. 28, 89.
Res. No. 68 relating to election of judges and justices of the peace
introduced and referred to Committee, 71.

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Res. No. 77 relating to abolishing grand jury system introduced
and referred to Committee, 72.
Res. No. 79 relating to errors and omissions of public officers in-
troduced and referred to Committee, 72.
Ord. No. 13 relating to election of judges of various courts intro-
duced and referred to Committee, 79.
Res. No. 103 relating to qualification of jurors introduced and re-
ferred to Committee, 80; reported back with recommendation that it be
tabled, placed among the Orders of the Day, 91.
Res. No. 104 relating to drawing grand and petit jurors introduced
and referred to Committee, 80; reported back unnumberedd) with rec-
ommendation that it be tabled, placed among the Orders of the Day, 91.
Ord. No. 30 relating to manner of selecting notaries public intro-
duced and referred to Committee, 89.
Res. No. 117 relative to election of justices of the peace introduced
and referred to Committee, 89-90.
Ord. No. 43 relating to justices of the peace introduced and referred
to Committee, 103.
Res. No. 144 restricting judges in certain cases introduced and re-
ferred to Committee, 113.
Judicial Article (numbered XI) proposed as substitute for resolu-
tions, ordinances and articles referred to Committee and spread on
Journal together with minority report, received and placed on Calendar,
239-251; read first time and placed on Calendar, 261; second reading,
327-329, 331-336, 339-341, 342-345, 349; additional section providing for
retirement of disabled judges proposed and referred to Committee, 259;
Committee report embodying resolution in new Article XI, including
portions heretofore adopted and recommending additional sections, spread
upon Journal and placed upon Calendar, 435-441; read, amended, passed,
spread upon Journal, and ordered engrossed, 455-471; reported en-
grossed, 490-491; read third time, amended and adopted, 491-500; ordered
Article V in final arrangement, 576; read and corrected, 578; reported
engrossed, 586; spread upon Journal, 605-607.
Section relative to appointment of judicial officers to act for one
disqualified, introduced, read three times, and adopted, 553-554.
Section 1. Reported from Committee, 241; spread upon Journal,
436; read and passed, 455; spread upon Journal, 465, 601.
Section 2. Reported from Committee as sec. 3, 241; spread upon
Journal as sec. 2, 436; read, amended, and passed, 455-457; spread upon
Journal, 465; read third time and amended, 491-492; adopted, 500; spread
upon Journal, 601-602.
Section 3. Reported from Committee as sec. 15, 241; read and
passed, 343; spread upon Journal as sec. 3, 436; read, amended, and
passed, 457; spread upon Journal, 466, 602.
Section 4. Reported from Committee, 241; spread upon Journal,
436; read and passed, 457; spread upon Journal, 466, 602.
Section 5. Reported from Committee, 241; spread upon Journal,
436; read and passed, 457; spread upon Journal, 466, 602.
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Section 6. Reported from Committee as sec. 4, 241; spread upon
Journal as sec. 6, 437; read and passed, 457; spread upon Journal,
466, 602.
Section 7. Reported from Committee as sec. 6, 241-242; spread upon
Journal as sec. 7, 437; read and passed, 457; spread upon Journal, 466,
602.
Section 8. Res. No. 141 relative to number of judicial districts
in state introduced and referred to Committee, 104; Judicial Article
(XI) proposed as substitute, 239-240; section reported from Committee
as sec. 7, 242; spread upon Journal as sec. 8, 437; read and passed,
457-458; spread upon Journal, 466-467; read third time, amended, 495;
adopted, 500; spread upon Journal, 603.
Section 9. Res. No. 141 relative to salaries of judges introduced
and referred to Committee, 104; Judicial Article (XI) proposed as sub-
stitute, 239-240; section reported from Committee as sec. 16, 244; read
and passed, 343; spread upon Journal as sec. 9, 467, 603.
Section 10. Reported from Committee as sec. 7, 242; spread upon
Journal as sec. 9, 437; read and passed, 458; spread upon Journal as
sec. 10, 467, 603.
Section 11. Res. No. 76 relating to the perfection of titles introduced
and referred to the Committee on Finance and Taxation, 72; reported
back as not pertinent to organic law, resolution tabled, 86.
Res. No. 109 relating to tax titles introduced and referred to the
Committee on Judicial Department, 80; reported back with recommenda-
tion that it be tabled, received, and placed among Orders of the Day, 91.
Ord. No. 25 relating to tax deeds introduced and referred to Com-
mittee, 89; Judicial Article (XI) proposed as substitute, 239-240; sec-
tion reported from Committee as sec. 8, 242-243; spread upon Journal
as sec. 10, 437-438; read and passed, 458; spread upon Journal as sec.
11, 467-468; read third time and amended, 495; adopted, 500; spread
upon Journal, 603-604.
Section 12. Minority report from Committee as sec. 11, 248; spread
upon Journal, 438; read and passed, 458; spread upon Journal as sec.
12, 468, 604.
Section 13. Reported from Committee as sec. 10, 243; spread upon
Journal as sec. 12, 438; read and passed, 458; spread upon Journal,
as sec. 13, 468, 604.
Section 14. Minority report from Committee as sec. 12, 248; spread
upon Journal as sec. 13, 438; read, amended, and passed, 458; spread
upon Journal as sec. 14, 468, 604.
Section 15. Res. No. 95 limiting the powers of the clerk of the
court and creating a county auditor introduced and referred to Com-
mittee, 73; Judicial Article (XI) proposed as substitute, 239-240; sec-
tion reported from Committee as sec. 13, 244; read, 345; spread upon
Journal as sec. 14, 438-439; read and passed, 458-459; spread upon
Journal as sec. 15, 468, 604.
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Report of Executive and Administrative Department Committee rec-
ommended its discharge and referral of subject matter to Committee
on Judicial Department received, 73-74.
Ord. No. 114 relating to election and duties of sheriffs introduced
and referred to Committee on County, etc., 79.
Section 16. Reported from Committee as sec. 11, 243; read, 345;
spread upon Journal as sec. 15, 439; read and passed, 459; spread upon
Journal as sec. 16, 468; read third time and amended, 495; adopted, 500;
spread upon Journal, 604-605.
Section 17. Res. No. 127 authorizing county judges to issue marriage
licenses introduced and referred to Committee on County, etc., 90; re-
ported back for reference to Committee on Judicial Department, report
received and placed on Calendar, 104; Judicial Article (XI) proposed as
substitute, 239-240; section reported from Committee as sec. 12, 243-
244; spread upon Journal as sec. 16, 439; read (presumably passed),
459; spread upon Journal as sec. 17, 468-469; read third time, amended,
494; adopted, 500; spread upon Journal, 605.
Section 18. Res. No. 124 relative to county courts introduced and
referred to Committee, 90; Res. No. 135, 96; Judicial Article (XI) pro-
posed as substitute for preceding, 239-240; section reported from Com-
mittee as sec. 12, 243-244; spread upon Journal as sec. 17, 439; read
and passed, 460; spread upon Journal as sec. 18, 469; read third time,
amended, 493-494; adopted, 500; spread upon Journal, 605.
Section 19. Minority report from Committee as section 17, 249;
spread upon Journal as sec. 18, 439; read, passed, 460; spread upon
Journal as sec. 19, 469; read third time and amended, 494-495; adopted,
500; spread upon Journal, 605.
Section 20. Reported from Committee as sec. 22, 245; read and
passed, 340; spread upon Journal as sec. 20, 469, 605-606.
Section 21. Minority committee report as sec. 18, 249; spread upon
Journal as sec. 19, 440; read, amended, and passed, 460-461; spread
upon Journal as sec. 21, 469, 606.
Section 22. Res. No. 89 relative to power of justices of peace in-
troduced and referred to Committee, 72-73; Judicial Article (XI) pro-
posed as substitute, 239-240; section reported from Committee as sec.
17, 244; read, 342-343; spread upon Journal as sec. 20, 440; read and
passed, 461-462; spread upon Journal as sec. 22, 469-470; substitute
offered, amended, and adopted, 496-499, 500; spread upon Journal, 606.
Section 23. Reported from Committee as sec. 18, 245; read, substitute
proposed, and passed, 342; spread upon Journal as sec. 23, 470, 606.
Section 24. Ord. No. 2 providing for creation of criminal courts in
Duval, Escambia, and Monroe counties introduced and referred to Com-
mittee, 65; Judicial Article (XI) proposed as substitute, 239-240;
minority committee report as sec. 20, 249; spread upon Journal as sec.
21, 440; read, amended, and passed, 462; spread upon Journal as sec.
24, 470; read third time and amended, 492-495; adopted, 500; spread
upon Journal, 606.
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Section 25. Minority committee report as sec. 21, 250; spread upon
Journal as sec. 22, 440; read and passed, 462; spread upon Journal
as sec. 25, 470, 606.
Section 26. Minority committee report as sec. 22, 250; spread upon
Journal as sec. 23, 440; read and passed, 462; spread upon Journal as
sec. 26, 470, 606.
Section 27. Minority committee report as sec. 23, 250; spread upon
Journal as sec. 24, 440; read and passed, 462-463; spread upon Journal
as sec. 27, 470, 606.
Section 28. Minority committee report as sec. 24, 250; spread upon
Journal as sec. 25, 440; read and passed, 463; spread upon Journal
as sec. 28, 470, 607.
Section 29. Minority committee report as sec. 25, 250; spread upon
Journal as sec. 26, 440; read and passed, 463; spread upon Journal as
sec. 29, 470, 607.
Section 30. Minority committee report as sec. 26, 250; spread upon
Journal as sec. 27, 440; read and passed, 463; spread upon Journal as
sec. 30, 470, 607.
Section 31. Minority committee report as sec. 27, 250; spread upon
Journal as sec. 28, 441; read and passed, 463; spread upon Journal as
sec. 31, 470, 607.
Section 32. Reported from Committee as sec. 29, 441; read, amended,
and passed, 463; spread upon Journal as sec. 32, 470, 607.
Section 33. Reported from Committee as sec. 30, 441; read and
passed, 463; spread upon Journal as sec. 33, 470-471, 607.
Section 34. Reported from Committee as sec. 20, 245; read, substitute
offered, 341; substitute passed, 342; spread upon Journal as sec. 34,
471, 607.
Section 35. Reported from Committee as sec. 21, 245; read, 341;
spread upon Journal as sec. 31, 441; read and passed, 463; spread
upon Journal as sec. 35, 471, 607.
Section 36. Minority committee report as sec. 33, 251; spread upon
Journal as sec. 32, 441; read and passed, 463; spread upon Journal
as sec. 36, 471, 607.
Section 37. Reported from Committee as sec. 2, 241; spread upon
Journal as sec. 33, 441; read and passed, 463; spread upon Journal
as sec. 37, 471, 607.
Section '38. Reported from Committee as part of sec. 14, read,
amended, and passed, 343-345; spread upon Journal as sec. 39, 471;
spread upon Journal as sec. 38, 607.


ARTICLE VI. SUFFRAGE AND ELIGIBILITY

Resolution for appointment of committee on, 13, 14, 23, 24, 30, 38.
Resolution adopted, 49.
Resolution relative to suffrage, 51.
Resolution relative to elections, 51, 52.

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Standing committee appointed, 54.
Res. No. 8 relative to suffrage introduced and referred to Com-
mittee, 57; Res. No. 83, 72; Ord. No. 26, 89; Ord. No. 49 (labeled Art.
No. 49), 113.
Res. No. 11 relative to electors and franchise introduced and re-
ferred to Committee, 57.
Res. No. 13 relative to electors introduced and referred to Com-
mittee, 57; Res. No. 134, 96.
Res. No. 15 relative to election of officers introduced and referred
to Committee, 57; Res. No. 64, 63; Res. No. 15 reported back favorably
but recommended for referral to Judicial Department; received and
placed among Orders of the Day, 91-92.
Res. No. 52 relative to suffrage of women on certain school matters
introduced and referred to Committee, 62.
Res. No. 53 prescribing disqualifications for office introduced and
referred to Committee, 62.
Res. No. 88 on suffrage and eligibility introduced and referred to
Committee, 72; Res. No. 112, 80.
Res. No. 91 relating to residents on military reservations introduced
and referred to Committee, 73.
Ord. No. 44 relative to qualified voters in cities and towns eligible
to vote on expenditures introduced and referred to Committee, 103.
Committee report, after consideration of foregoing resolutions, etc.,
as Article XIV on suffrage and eligibility spread upon Journal together
with minority report, 346-349; second minority report proposing capita-
tion tax as prerequisite to suffrage, 361-362; Article XIV, Suffrage and
Eligibility, read first time by its title and placed on Calendar, 386; read
second time, 500-502, 509-517; amended, passed, spread upon Journal,
and ordered engrossed, 518-523; reported engrossed and placed on Cal-
endar, 545; read third time and not passed, 549-550; resolution re-
questing Committee report of Article on suffrage, offered and adopted,
551; Committee reports, majority and minority, of Article on suffrage
and eligibility, introduced, spread upon Journal, and both read first time
by titles, 557-563; minority report substituted for majority report, 563;
read second time, amended, passed, read a third time, amended, and
adopted, 565-569, 585; ordered Article VI in final arrangement, 576;
read and declared correct, 583; reported engrossed, 586; spread upon
Journal, 607-609.
Memorial protesting capitation tax as prerequisite for franchise,
introduced and spread upon Journal, 402-404.
Substitute offered for Article on suffrage and eligibility and spread
upon Journal, 472-473; temporarily withdrawn, 500-502.
Section 1. Res. No. 93 on qualifications of electors introduced and
referred to Committee, 73; Res. No. 107, 80.
Committee report, 347; read second time, 500-502; substitute section
offered and passed, 509-514; spread on Journal, 523-524; spread upon
Journal as part of sec. 1 of majority report, 557-558, as sec. 1 of
minority report, 560; spread upon Journal as sec. 1, 607-608.
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Section 2. Committee report as sec. 8, 348; read, amended, and
passed, 516-517, 519; spread upon Journal, 525; spread upon Journal
as sec. 7 of majority report, 559, and as sec. 2 of minority report, 560;
spread upon Journal as sec. 2, 608.
Section 3. Committee report as part of sec. 1, 347; this part of
section dropped and substitute sec. 1 passed, 509-514.
Additional section offered as sec. 2 and passed, 520; spread upon
Journal, 524; spread upon Journal as part of sec. 1 of majority report,
557-558, as sec. 3 of minority report, 560-561; spread upon Journal as
sec. 3, 608.
Section 4. Ord. No. 7 to restore civil rights to all persons heretofore
convicted in courts of the justices of the peace introduced and referred
to Committee on Suffrage and Eligibility, 71.
Res. No. 97 on right to register and vote and on which crime shall
disfranchise introduced and referred to Committee, 73.
Committee report as sec. 2, 347; read second time and passed,
514; spread upon Journal as sec. 3, 524; spread upon Journal as sec.
2 of majority report, 558, as sec. 4 of minority report, 561; spread upon
Journal as sec. 4, 608.
Section 5. Committee report on Legislative Department, sec. 9, 97,
98-99; read and placed on Calendar, 102; read and referred to Com-
mittee on Suffrage and Eligibility, 153.
Committee report as sec. 5, 347; read second time and passed, 514-516;
spread upon Journal as sec. 4, 524; spread upon Journal as sec. 3 of
majority report, 558, as sec. 5 of the minority report, 561; spread upon
Journal as sec. 5, 608.
Section 6. Committee report, 348; read second time and passed,
516; spread upon Journal as sec. 7, 525; spread upon Journal as sec. 6
of both majority and minority reports, 558-559, 561; spread upon Journal
as sec. 6, 608.
Section 7. Offered as additional section and passed, 520-521; spread
upon Journal as sec. 9, 525; spread on Journal as sec. 8 of the majority
report, 559, as sec. 7 of the minority report, 561; spread upon Journal
as sec. 7, 608-609.
Section 8. Resolution relative to poll tax, 52.
Res. No. 17 relative to poll tax introduced and referred to Com-
mittee on Finance and Taxation, 57; Res. No. 42, 61.
Res. No: 106 relative to per capital school tax introduced and re-
ferred to Committee on Suffrage, etc., 80.
Committee report of ordinance on subject matter this section, 348;
spread upon Journal as sec. 8 of minority report, 561; read second
time and passed, 565-566; read third time, amended, and adopted,
568-569; spread upon Journal as sec. 8, 609.
Section 9. Offered as additional section and passed, 522; spread
upon Journal as sec. 11, 525; spread upon Journal as sec. 9 of the
majority report, 559; omitted from minority report, 560-561; minority
report substituted for majority report, 563; offered as additional sec.
and adopted, 567; spread upon Journal as sec. 9, 609.

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ARTICLE VII. CENSUS AND APPORTIONMENT

Resolution for appointment of committee on, 13, 14, 24, 30, 38.
Resolution adopted, 49.
Resolution relative to apportionment, 51, 52.
Standing committee appointed, 53.
Res. No. 6 relative to apportionment introduced and referred to
Committee, 57; Res. No. 43, 61; Res. No. 99, 73; Ord. No. 20, 79;
recommendation for additional section of Declaration of Rights relative
to apportionment of legislature referred to Committee, 183.
Res. No. 20 relative to apportionment and representation introduced
and referred to Committee on Legislative Department, 58; re-referred
to Committee on Census, etc., 66.
Committee report recommending adoption of Article XIII on census
and apportionment as substitute for resolutions, etc., referred to it,
Article spread upon Journal, and placed on Calendar, 424-426; read
first time and placed on Calendar, 447; minority report from Com-
mittee relative to apportionment of legislature spread upon Journal,
471-472; Article read second time, substitutes offered and Article recom-
mitted, 484-486; substitute Article reported, together with minority re-
port, spread upon Journal and placed on Calendar, 504-506; minority
report read by sections second time, amended, and passed, 525-530;
Article XIII, Census and Apportionment, read as amended, spread upon
Journal, and ordered engrossed for third reading, 529-530; read third
time and adopted, 536-537; ordered Article VII in final arrangement,
576; read and declared correct, 578; reported engrossed, 586; spread
upon Journal, 609-610.
Section 1. Reported from Committee, spread upon Journal, 504, 529;
spread upon Journal, 609.
Section 2. Res. No. 71 limiting the members of the legislature intro-
duced and referred to Committee on Census, etc., 71; Ord. No. 16, 79.
Reported in part from Committee as sec. 6, 426; substitute section
reported from Committee as sec. 2 and spread upon Journal, 504, 529-
530; spread upon Journal, 609-610.
Section 3. Reported from Committee as sec. 3 and sec. 4, 426; sub-
stitute section reported from Committee as sec. 3 and spread upon
Journal, 504-505, 530; spread upon Journal, 610.
Section 4. Reported from Committee as sec. 5, 426; substitute sec-
tion reported from Committee and spread upon Journal, 505; spread
upon Journal as sec. 4, 530, 610.
Section 5. Reported from Committee as part of sec. 3, 426; part
of sec. 3 minority report, spread upon Journal, 506; spread upon
Journal as sec. 5, 530, 610.
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ARTICLE VIII. COUNTIES AND CITIES

Resolution for appointment of committee on, 13, 23, 24, 31, 39.
Resolution adopted, 49.
Standing committee appointed, 55.
Res. No. 102 on punishment for violation of cities' and towns' or-
dinances introduced and referred to Committee on Judiciary Depart-
ment, 73; reported back with recommendation Article XI on the judicial
department serve as substitute, 239-240.
Article VIII read by title on first reading and placed on Calendar,
209; second reading, 397-400, 405-417, 429-432; passed, ordered en-
grossed and spread upon Journal, 432-433; reported engrossed, 476-
477; read third time, amended and adopted, 486-487; ordered Article
VIII in final arrangement, 576; read and corrected, 578; reported en-
grossed, 586; spread upon Journal, 610-612.
Petition relative to transfer of portion of Holmes County to Walton
County, introduced, spread upon Journal and tabled for further re-
ference, 265-266; protest to petition referred to Committee, 330; petition
proposing transfer removed from table and referred to Committee, 341-
342; Committee report recommending no action by Convention interfering
with county lines received and adopted, 349.
Petition regarding road and bridge tax introduced and referred
to Committee, 270; reported back with recommendation it be tabled
and placed on Calendar, 385.
New section relative to party representation on board of county
commissioners introduced and referred to Committee, 423; withdrawn
from Committee, considered and tabled, 431-432.
Section 1. Committee report recommending section received and
placed on Calendar, 167-169; read and passed, 397; spread upon Journal,
432, 610.
Section 2. Ord. No. 18 relative to recognition of existing counties
introduced and referred to Committee, 79; reported back (labeled Res,
No. 18) embodied in sec. 2 of Article, recommended by Committee, re-
ceived, ordered printed and placed on Calendar, 167-169; read and
passed, 397; spread upon Journal, 432, 610.
Section 3. Resolution relative to legislative power to organize new
counties, 52.
Res. No. 18 relative to legislative power to organize new counties
introduced and referred to Legislative Committee, 57; re-referred to
Committee on Census, Apportionment and Boundaries, 66; Ord. No. 17,
79; Ord. No. 59 (labeled Article), 166; reported back labeled Res. No.
59 with recommendation that it be tabled; placed on Calendar, 272.
Res. No. 80 on county boundaries introduced and referred to
Committee, 72.

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Res. No. 119 relative to mode of creating new counties introduced
and referred to Committee, 90.
Committee report recommending this section embodying Ord. No.
17 (labeled Resolution), Res. No. 80 and Res. No. 119 ordered printed
and placed on Calendar, 167-169; substitute section offered and referred
to Committee, 382; Committee report of substitute section spread upon
Journal and placed upon Calendar, read, amended, 397-400; passed,
405-409; spread upon Journal, 432, 610-611.
Section 4. Ord. No. 19 relative to removal of county seats introduced
and referred to Committee, 79; reported back (labeled Res. No. 18)
embodied in sec. 4, recommended, received, ordered printed and placed
on Calendar, 167-169; read, amended, and passed, 409; spread upon
Journal, 432, 611.
Section 5. Res. No. 114 relating to election of county commissioners
introduced and referred to Committee, 80.
Res. No. 126 relating to appointment of county commissioners and
defining their powers, introduced and referred to Committee, 90.
Ord. No. 38 permitting legislature to enlarge powers of county com-
missioners introduced and referred to Committee on Legislative De-
partment, 95.
Ord. No. 42 to secure minority representation of boards of county
commissioners introduced and referred to Committee, 96; Journal cor-
rected to insert, 187.
Res. No. 114, Res. No. 126, and Ord. No. 42 reported back embodied
in Article dealing with subject matter this section, placed on Calendar,
167-169.
Ord. No. 63 (labeled art.) providing for appointment of county
commissioners by governor introduced and referred to Committee, 185;
reported back as part of sec. 5 to be added to Article VIII, and spread
upon Journal, 319-320; minority report opposing section, 320; section
read second time, amended, and passed, 409-412; spread upon Journal
as sec. 5, 432-433, 611.
Section 6. Resolution relative to terms of office, 51.
Res. No. 5 relating to election and terms of officers introduced and
referred to Committee on Constitutional Amendments, 57; reported back
with recommendation that it be referred to appropriate committee,
placed upon Calendar, 271-272.
Res. No. 86 relative to elections of state and county officers intro-
duced and referred to Committee on Executive and Administrative, 72;
returned with recommendation that it be tabled, 81.
Ord. No. 8 providing for popular election of county officers and
manner of their removal introduced and referred to Committee on
Judicial Department, 78.
Ord. No. 14 relating to election and duties of sheriffs introduced
and referred to Committee, 79.
Ord. No. 31 defining elective county officers introduced and referred
to Committee, 89.
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Ord. No. 14 (labeled No. 114) and Ord. No. 31 reported back
as part of sec. 5 of Article VIII, placed on Calendar, 167-169; read
second time, amended, and passed, 413-416; reconsidered, amended, and
passed, 431; spread upon Journal as sec. 6, 433, 611.
Section 7. Res. No. 46 relative to county divisions introduced and
referred to Committee, 62.
Res. No. 75 creating board of assessors for each election precinct
introduced and referred to Committee on Finance and Taxation, 72; re-
turned with recommendation for referral to Committee on Counties,
etc.; received, 85.
Res. No. 92 on division of counties into political organizations intro-
duced and referred to Committee, 73.
Res. No. 128 relating to bonds of county officers introduced and
referred to Committee, 90.
Res. Nos. 46, 75, 91 and 128 reported back embodied in article
dealing with subject matter this section (labeled sec. 6), received, placed
on Calendar, 167-169; read, amended, and passed, 416-417; reconsidered,
amended, and passed, 430; spread upon Journal as sec. 7, 433, 611.
Section 8. Committee report recommending section as sec. 7, received
and placed on Calendar, 167-169; read, amended, and passed, 417, 429-
430; spread upon Journal as sec. 8, 433, 611-612.




ARTICLE IX. TAXATION AND FINANCE

Resolution for appointment of Committee on, 13, 14, 23, 24, 30, 39.
Resolution adopted, 49.
Resolution relative to regulation of railroad tariffs, 51.
Standing Committee appointed, 54.
Res. No. 17 relative to poll tax introduced and referred to Com-
mittee on Finance and Taxation, 57; Res. No. 42, 61; Res. No. 142,
113; Res. Nos. 17, 42, and 142 reported back without recommendation
and placed on Calendar, 166-167.
Res. No. 24 on special taxation introduced and referred to Committee,
60; reported back without recommendation and placed on Calendar,
166-167.
Res. No. 37 to make rolling stock of railroads personal property
introduced and referred to Committee on Finance and Taxation, 61;
reported present law makes action unnecessary, received, 74-75.
Ord. No. 10 for conditioning relief from taxation introduced and
referred to Committee, 79.
Res. No. 115 relative to special tax on unimproved lands for con-
struction and repair of public roads introduced and referred to Com-
mittee, 89; Committee report recommending referral to proper com-
mittee placed on Calendar, 166-167.

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Res. No. 116 relative to a road tax on unimproved lands introduced
and referred to Committee, 89; reported back without recommendation
and placed on Calendar, 166-167.
Ord. No. 33 (labeled resolution) prohibiting certain occupational
and industrial taxes introduced and referred to Committee, 95; reported
back as Res. No. 35 without recommendation and placed on Calendar,
166-167.
Ord. No. 48 exempting from taxation certain property used in manu-
facturing introduced and referred to Committee, 118.
Article XII, Taxation and Finance, proposed as report of Com-
mittee, received and placed on Calendar, 166-167; amendment proposed
and referred to Committee, 185; Res. No. 149 relative to poll tax and
suffrage introduced and referred to Committee, 186; Article read first
time by title and recommitted, 186-187; Committee report of Article XII
recommending tabling of amendment and Res. No. 149 and adoption of
new section and committee minority report protesting certain exemptions
read and placed on Calendar, 217-218; Article XII, Taxation and Fi-
nance, read first time by title and placed on Calendar, 231; second
reading begun, 263-269, consideration resumed, Article passed, spread
upon Journal, ordered engrossed, 273-281; reported engrossed, 307;
read third time, amended, and adopted, 350-351; ordered Article IX in
final arrangement, 576; read and declared correct, 578; reported en-
grossed, 586; spread upon Journal, 612-613.
Section 1. Ord. No. 40 relative to equalization of taxes introduced
and referred to Committee, 96; reported back without recommendation
(labeled Res. No. 40) and placed on Calendar, 166-167.
Section considered on second reading, amended, and passed, 263-
264; spread upon Journal, 280; read third time and adopted, 350-351;
spread upon Journal, 612.
Section 2. Considered on second reading, amended and passed, 264,
266-269; reconsidered and passed, 273; spread on Journal, 284; read
third time and adopted, 350-351; spread upon Journal, 612.
Section 3. Section read second time and passed, 269; spread on
Journal, 280; read third time and adopted, 350-351; spread upon Journal,
612.
Section 4. Committee Report on legislative department, sec. 16 of
Legislative Article, 97, 99; read and placed on Calendar, 102; read and
passed, 161.
Section read second time and passed, 269; spread upon Journal as
sec. 4 of Article on Taxation and Finance, 280; read third time and
adopted, 350-351; spread upon Journal, 612.
Section 5. Res. No. 105 to allow towns and cities to assess real
property introduced and referred to Committee, 80; reported back without
recommendation, received and placed on Calendar, 166-167.
Res. No. 106 relative to per capital school tax introduced and re-
ferred to Committee on Suffrage, etc., 80.
Read second time as sec. 6, 269; amended, substitute offered, and
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whole recommitted to Committee, 273-276; Committee report recommend-
ing tabling of substitute and adoption of section as amended, passed,
278; spread upon Journal as sec. 6, 280; read third time, amended and
adopted, 350-351; spread upon Journal as sec. 5, 612.
Section 6. Res. No. 69 relative to state and counties issuing bonds
introduced and referred to Committee on Finance and Taxation, 71;
reported back without recommendation, placed on Calendar, 166-167.
Res. No. 143 relative to issuing bonds introduced and referred to
Committee on Judicial Department, 113; reported back with recommen-
dation that Article XI on judicial department serve as substitute, report
received, 239-240.
Read second time as sec. 7, amended and passed, 276; spread on
Journal as sec. 7, 280; read third time and adopted, 350-351; spread
upon Journal as sec. 6, 612.
Section 7. Read second time as sec. 8 and passed, 276; spread
upon Journal as sec. 8, 280; read third time and adopted, 350-351;
spread upon Journal as sec. 7, 612.
Section 8. Read second time as sec. 9, amended and passed, 276;
spread on Journal as sec. 9, 280-281; read third time and adopted, 350-
351; spread upon Journal as sec. 8, 612.
Section 9. Ord. No. 29 relative to partial exemption of property
of widows and maimed persons introduced and referred to Committee,
89; Committee report recommending resolution be properly referred and
placed on Calendar, 166-167 (part of section as addition to Article on
married women's property, offered and referred to Committee, 205).
Committee report recommending as sec. 10 of Article XII on taxa-
tion, etc., read and placed on Calendar, 217-218; read second time,
amended and passed, 276-277; spread upon Journal as sec. 10, 281; read
third time, amended, and adopted, 350-351; spread upon Journal as sec.
9, 612-613.
Section 10. Proposed as additional section (No. 11) and passed,
277-278; spread upon Journal as sec. 11, 281; read third time and
adopted, 350-351; spread upon Journal as sec. 10, 613.




ARTICLE X. HOMESTEADS AND EXEMPTIONS


Resolution for appointment of committee on, 13, 14, 23, 30, 39.
Resolution adopted, 49.
Standing committee appointed, 54.
Res. No. 25 relative to homesteads introduced and referred to Com-
mittee, 60.
Res. No. 26 relative to exemptions introduced and referred to Com-
mittee, 60; Res. No. 44, 61.
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Res. Nos. 49 and 50 relative to homesteads and exemptions introduced
and referred to Committee, 62.
Art. No. 3 relating to homestead exemptions introduced and referred
to Committee, 70-71.
Ord. No. 5 relating to homestead exemptions introduced and referred
to Committee, 71; Res. No. 81, 72; Res. No. 90, 73; Res. No. 94, 73;
Ord. No. 15, 79; Res. No. 111, 80.
Committee report, embodying all of foregoing resolutions, etc., and
proposing Article VI, Homestead and Exemptions, with recommendation
for adoption, received and placed on Calendar, 143-144; read first time
by title and passed for second reading on later day, 159; read, amend-
ments and substitutes offered, ordered spread upon Journal and action
deferred until later date, 193-202; considered, 210-211; consideration
resumed, 225; Res. No. 159 on homesteads introduced and referred to
Committee, 227; consideration of Article resumed, 231; substitute of-
fered, ordered printed and consideration deferred, 231-232; considered,
254-257; reconsidered and referred back to Committee for preparation
of Article in accordance with views expressed by the Convention, 262-
263; reported back with recommendation that proposed amendments be
tabled and new Article VI designed to accord with the views of the
Convention be adopted; spread upon Journal, 290-291; read first and
second times and placed on the Calendar, 308; considered on second
reading, amended, passed, spread upon Journal, and ordered engrossed,
443-445; reported engrossed as Article VI, 477; read third time, amended,
and adopted, 477-478; ordered Article X in final arrangement, 576;
read and declared correct, 578; reported engrossed, 586; spread upon
Journal, 613-614.
Section 1. Committee report as sees. 1, 2, and 3 of proposed Article
VI recommended for adoption, received and placed on Calendar, 144;
considered, 210-211; spread upon Journal as secs. 1 and 2, 231-232;
Committee subsitutute offered and spread upon Journal, 290-291; read,
passed, and spread upon Journal, 443-445; spread upon Journal as sec.
1,613.
Section 2. Committee report as sec. 5 of proposed Article VI rec-
ommended for adoption, received and put on Calendar, 144; spread upon
Journal as sec. 3, 232; Committee substitute offered and spread upon
Journal, 290-291; read, passed, and spread upon Journal, 443-445; spread
upon Journal as sec. 2, 613.
Section 3. Committee report as sec. 6 of proposed Article VI rec-
ommended for adoption, received and put on Calendar, 144; Committee
substitute offered and spread upon Journal, 290-291, read, passed, and
spread upon Journal, 443-445; spread upon Journal as sec. 3, 613.
Section 4. Committee report of proposed Article VI recommended
for adoption, received and put on Calendar, 144; Committee substitute
offered and spread upon Journal, 290-291; read, amended, passed, and
spread upon Journal, 443-445; spread upon Journal as sec. 4, 613-614.
Section 5. Section proposed, passed, and spread upon Journal, 443-
445; spread upon Journal as sec. 5, 614.
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Section 6. Committee report as sec. 7 of proposed Article VI rec-
ommended for adoption, received and put on Calendar, 144; spread upon
Journal as sec. 4, 232; Committee substitute offered as sec. 5 and spread
upon Journal, 290-291; read, passed, and spread on Journal as sec. 7,
443-445; spread on Journal as sec. 6, 614.



ARTICLE XI. MARRIED WOMEN'S PROPERTY

Resolution for appointment of committee on, 30, 39.
Resolution adopted, 49.
Standing committee appointed, 54.
Res. No. 78 relating to property of married women introduced
and referred to Committee, 72.
Ord. No. 9 relating to rights and liabilities of married women intro-
duced and referred to Committee, 78-79; Ord. No. 15, 79.
Committee reports back on resolution and ordinance recommending
substitute Article VII, Married Women's Property, report received and
placed on Calendar, 145; read first time by title and passed for second
reading on later day, 159; read, amended, and passed, spread upon
Journal, and ordered engrossed for third reading, 202-206; Committee
reports properly engrossed, 228; read third time and action deferred,
235; final passage as Article VII, 236; ordered Article XI in final ar-
rangement, 577; read and declared correct, 578; reported engrossed,
586; spread upon Journal, 614.
Section 1. Committee report of Legislative Department, sec. 26, read
and placed on Calendar, 97, 100-101; read and struck, 173.
Committee report recommending adoption of this section, placed on
Calendar, 145; read and passed, 202-203; spread upon Journal, 205, 614.
Section 2. Committee report recommending adoption of this section,
placed on Calendar, 145; read, amended, and passed, 202-205; spread
upon Journal, 206, 614.
Section 3. Committee report recommending adoption of this section
placed on Calendar, 145; read and passed, 205; spread upon Journal,
206, 614.



ARTICLE XII. EDUCATION

Resolution for appointment of committee on, 13, 14, 23, 24, 30, 39.
Resolution adopted, 49.
Standing committee appointed, 54.
Res. No. 40 relative to agricultural college read and referred to
Committee, 61.
Ord. No. 11 relative to education introduced and referred to Com-
mittee, 79; Res. No. 108, 80; Res. No. 122, 90.

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Section 6. Committee report as sec. 7 of proposed Article VI rec-
ommended for adoption, received and put on Calendar, 144; spread upon
Journal as sec. 4, 232; Committee substitute offered as sec. 5 and spread
upon Journal, 290-291; read, passed, and spread on Journal as sec. 7,
443-445; spread on Journal as sec. 6, 614.



ARTICLE XI. MARRIED WOMEN'S PROPERTY

Resolution for appointment of committee on, 30, 39.
Resolution adopted, 49.
Standing committee appointed, 54.
Res. No. 78 relating to property of married women introduced
and referred to Committee, 72.
Ord. No. 9 relating to rights and liabilities of married women intro-
duced and referred to Committee, 78-79; Ord. No. 15, 79.
Committee reports back on resolution and ordinance recommending
substitute Article VII, Married Women's Property, report received and
placed on Calendar, 145; read first time by title and passed for second
reading on later day, 159; read, amended, and passed, spread upon
Journal, and ordered engrossed for third reading, 202-206; Committee
reports properly engrossed, 228; read third time and action deferred,
235; final passage as Article VII, 236; ordered Article XI in final ar-
rangement, 577; read and declared correct, 578; reported engrossed,
586; spread upon Journal, 614.
Section 1. Committee report of Legislative Department, sec. 26, read
and placed on Calendar, 97, 100-101; read and struck, 173.
Committee report recommending adoption of this section, placed on
Calendar, 145; read and passed, 202-203; spread upon Journal, 205, 614.
Section 2. Committee report recommending adoption of this section,
placed on Calendar, 145; read, amended, and passed, 202-205; spread
upon Journal, 206, 614.
Section 3. Committee report recommending adoption of this section
placed on Calendar, 145; read and passed, 205; spread upon Journal,
206, 614.



ARTICLE XII. EDUCATION

Resolution for appointment of committee on, 13, 14, 23, 24, 30, 39.
Resolution adopted, 49.
Standing committee appointed, 54.
Res. No. 40 relative to agricultural college read and referred to
Committee, 61.
Ord. No. 11 relative to education introduced and referred to Com-
mittee, 79; Res. No. 108, 80; Res. No. 122, 90.

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Res. No. 106 relative to per capital school tax and subjecting county
school tax to vote of electorate introduced and referred to Committee
on Suffrage, etc., 80.
Res. No. 123 making county commissioners ex-officio members of
county board of public instruction introduced and referred to Committee,
90.
Memorial on agricultural college introduced and referred to Com-
mittee, 94.
Res. No. 133 providing for common schools, agricultural college,
and seminary introduced and referred to Committee, 96; Res. No. 137,
96; Res. No. 145, 113-114.
Res. No. 150 proposing state agricultural college for Negroes intro-
duced and referred to Committee, 186.
Ord. No. 65 (labeled article) relative to equal educational facilities
introduced and referred to Committee, 208.
Committee report, proposing Article IX on education and recom-
mending adoption as substitute for all matters referred to it, and
minority report read, spread upon Journal and placed upon the Calendar,
213-217; considered on second reading, 289-290; consideration resumed,
substitute offered, amended and accepted, 303-304; consideration resumed,
305; additional secs. 15 and 16 from minority report considered, sec. 15
struck out and sec. 16 rejected, 312, 315-317; second reading, amend-
ments and substitutes proposed and referred to Committee, Article or-
dered engrossed for third reading and spread upon Journal, 321-327;
Committee reports engrossed, 338-339; read a third time, amended, and
adopted, 380-382; ordered Article XII in final arrangement, 577; read
and corrected, 579; reported engrossed, 586; spread upon Journal, 614-
616.
Ord. No. 61 (labeled article) relating to university for persons of
color introduced and referred to Committee on Public Institutions, 166;
reported back with recommendation it be re-referred to Committee on
Education, received and placed on Calendar, 228; resolution requesting
Committee report introduced, 319; resolution relative to normal school
for Negroes in lieu of university introduced, 319; read, second resolution
struck, and first resolution tabled, 331.
Section 1. Ord. No. 4 providing for a uniform system of common
schools and a university and for maintenance of same introduced and
referred to Committee on Education, 71.
Section spread upon Journal, 214; read second time and passed,
289; spread upon Journal, 614.
Section 2. Section spread upon Journal, 214; read second time and
passed, 289; spread upon Journal, 614-615.
Section 3. Resolution relative to board of education, 52; Res. No. 14,
referred to Judiciary Committee, 57; reported back with recommendation
that Article XI on Judicial Department serve as substitute, report re-
ceived, 239-240.
Section spread upon Journal, 214; read second time, amended, and
passed, 289; spread upon Journal, 615.
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Section 4. Spread upon Journal, 214; read second time and passed,
289; spread upon Journal, 615.
Section 5. Spread upon Journal, 215; read second time and passed,
289; spread upon Journal, 615.
Section 6. Spread upon Journal, 215; read second time and passed,
289; spread upon Journal, 615.
Section 7. Spread upon Journal, 215; read second time and passed,
289; spread upon Journal, 615.
Section 8. Spread upon Journal, 215; read second time and passed,
289-290; spread upon Journal, 615.
Section 9. Spread upon Journal, 215; read, substitute offered,
amended, and passed, 303-304; read third time, amended, and adopted,
381; spread upon Journal, 615-616.
Section 10. Ord. No. 21 for division of counties into school districts,
etc. introduced and referred to Committee, 88.
Section spread upon Journal, 215; considered on second reading,
305, 308; amended and recommitted with amendments, 308-311; substi-
tute section offered, spread upon Journal, and passed, 313-315; read
third time, amended, and adopted, 380; spread upon Journal, 616.
Section 11. Spread upon Journal, 215; recommitted, 311; reported
back without change, read, and passed, 313-315; spread upon Journal,
616.
Section 12. Ord. No. 22 providing for separate but equal schools
for races introduced and referred to Committee, 88.
Section spread upon Journal, 215; read and passed, 311-312; spread
upon Journal, 616.
Section 13. Ord. No. 32 preventing lending of school funds, etc.
introduced and referred to Committee, 89.
Section spread upon Journal, 215-216; read and passed, 312; spread
upon Journal, 616.
Section 14. Section proposed by Committee and placed on Calendar,
404-405; read, passed, and placed on Calendar, 429; read second and
third times and adopted, 482-484; spread upon Journal, 616.
Section 15. Proposed section relative to payment of salaries for
county officers introduced and referred to Committee on Miscellaneous
Provisions, 507; amended and recommended by Committee as additional
section to Article XI, 531; read first time and placed on Calendar, 545;
spread upon Journal, read second and third times and adopted, 546-549;
transferred from Article on counties and cities, 578; spread upon Journal
as section 15, 616.



ARTICLE XIII. PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS

Resolution for appointment of committee on, 14, 23, 24, 30, 39.
Resolution adopted, 49.
Standing committee appointed, 54.

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MILITIA
Res. No. 131 relating to public institutions introduced and referred
to Committee, 91.
Ord. No. 52 providing for house of corrections and poor farms
introduced and referred to Committee, 130; reported back (as Art.
52) with recommendation it be tabled, report received and placed on
Calendar, 228.
Committee report on Res. No. 131 recommending adoption of Article
X (Public Institutions) of Constitution of 1868, read, received, and
placed on Orders of the Day, 130-132; read first time by title and
passed for second reading on later day, 159; read second time, ordered
engrossed for third reading and spread upon Journal, 178-179; reported
engrossed, 186; read third time, substitute proposed and Article with
substitute referred back to Committee, 242-253; Committee report that
substitute be tabled and additional section adopted placed on Calendar,
270; read third time, amended, and adopted, 352-353; ordered Article
XIII in final arrangement, 577; read and declared correct, 579; re-
ported engrossed, 586; spread upon Journal, 616-617.
Section 1. Committee report recommending adoption, 131; read,
passed, and spread upon Journal, 178-179; spread upon Journal, 616-
617.
Section 2. Ord. No. 27 to establish a state prison introduced and
referred to Committee, 89; reported with recommendation that it be
tabled, 131.
Res. No. 140 relative to location of state prison and establishment
of state farm introduced and referred to Committee, 103-104; reported
with recommendation that it be tabled, 131.
Committee report recommending adoption of sec. 2, 131; read,
passed, and spread upon Journal, 178-179; spread upon Journal, 617.
Section 3. Committee report recommending adoption, 131-132; read,
passed, and spread upon Journal, 178-179; spread upon Journal, 617.
Section 4. Proposed by Committee and spread upon Journal, 270;
spread upon Journal, 617.



ARTICLE XIV. MILITIA

Resolution for appointment of committee on, 14, 24, 31, 39.
Resolution adopted, 49.
Standing committee appointed, 55.
Res. No. 136 on bond as prerequisite for drawing arms introduced
and referred to Committee, 96; Committee report recommending tabling,
337.
Article relative to pension for indigent soldiers and sailors intro-
duced and tabled, 307; section offered, read first time, and tabled, 571-
572.
Committee report recommending Article on militia, spread upon
Journal and placed on Calendar, 337-338; read first time and placed
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on Calendar, 362; read second and third times and adopted, 378-379;
ordered Article XIV in final arrangement, 577; read and declared cor-
rect, 579; reported engrossed, 586; spread upon Journal, 617.
Section 1. Committee report, 338; read second and third times and
adopted, 378-379; spread upon Journal, 617.
Section 2. Committee report, 338; read second and third times and
adopted, 378-379; spread upon Journal, 617.
Section 3. Committee report, 338; read second and third times and
adopted, 378-379; portion stricken because duplicated in sec. 16 of Arti-
cle on the executive department, 575, 579; spread upon Journal, 617.
Section 4. Committee report, 338; read second and third times and
adopted, 378-379; spread upon Journal, 617.


ARTICLE XV. PUBLIC HEALTH

Resolution for appointment of special committee on, 64.
Resolution adopted, 64.
Committee report recommending Article on public health received
and placed on Calendar, 158-159; read first time by title and placed on
Calendar, 170; considered, 206, 209; substitute Article offered by Com-
mittee, ordered spread upon Journal, 209; read second time, amended,
passed, and ordered engrossed for third reading; spread upon Journal,
222-225; reported engrossed, 260; read third time and adopted, 283-
284; ordered Article XV in final arrangement, 577; read and declared
correct, 579; reported engrossed, 586; spread upon Journal, 617-618.
Memorial relative to state board of health offered and referred to
Committee, 234.
Section 1. Committee report as sees. 2 and 4 received and placed on
Calendar, 159; Committee substitute offered and spread upon Journal,
209; read, new substitute section proposed, amended, and passed, 222-
224; spread upon Journal as sec. 1, 225, 617-618.
Section 2. Committee report as sec. 3 received and placed on Cal-
endar, 159; Committee substitute offered and spread upon Journal, 209;
new substitute section proposed and passed, 224; spread upon Journal
as sec. 2, 225, 618.
Section 3. Committee report as sec. 4 received and placed on Cal-
endar, 159; Committee substitute offered and spread upon Journal, 209;
new substitute section proposed and passed, 224; spread upon Journal
as sec. 3, 225, 618.


ARTICLE XVI. MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS

Resolution for appointment of committee on, 14, 23, 24, 31, 39.
Resolution adopted, 49.
Standing committee appointed, 55.

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on Calendar, 362; read second and third times and adopted, 378-379;
ordered Article XIV in final arrangement, 577; read and declared cor-
rect, 579; reported engrossed, 586; spread upon Journal, 617.
Section 1. Committee report, 338; read second and third times and
adopted, 378-379; spread upon Journal, 617.
Section 2. Committee report, 338; read second and third times and
adopted, 378-379; spread upon Journal, 617.
Section 3. Committee report, 338; read second and third times and
adopted, 378-379; portion stricken because duplicated in sec. 16 of Arti-
cle on the executive department, 575, 579; spread upon Journal, 617.
Section 4. Committee report, 338; read second and third times and
adopted, 378-379; spread upon Journal, 617.


ARTICLE XV. PUBLIC HEALTH

Resolution for appointment of special committee on, 64.
Resolution adopted, 64.
Committee report recommending Article on public health received
and placed on Calendar, 158-159; read first time by title and placed on
Calendar, 170; considered, 206, 209; substitute Article offered by Com-
mittee, ordered spread upon Journal, 209; read second time, amended,
passed, and ordered engrossed for third reading; spread upon Journal,
222-225; reported engrossed, 260; read third time and adopted, 283-
284; ordered Article XV in final arrangement, 577; read and declared
correct, 579; reported engrossed, 586; spread upon Journal, 617-618.
Memorial relative to state board of health offered and referred to
Committee, 234.
Section 1. Committee report as sees. 2 and 4 received and placed on
Calendar, 159; Committee substitute offered and spread upon Journal,
209; read, new substitute section proposed, amended, and passed, 222-
224; spread upon Journal as sec. 1, 225, 617-618.
Section 2. Committee report as sec. 3 received and placed on Cal-
endar, 159; Committee substitute offered and spread upon Journal, 209;
new substitute section proposed and passed, 224; spread upon Journal
as sec. 2, 225, 618.
Section 3. Committee report as sec. 4 received and placed on Cal-
endar, 159; Committee substitute offered and spread upon Journal, 209;
new substitute section proposed and passed, 224; spread upon Journal
as sec. 3, 225, 618.


ARTICLE XVI. MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS

Resolution for appointment of committee on, 14, 23, 24, 31, 39.
Resolution adopted, 49.
Standing committee appointed, 55.

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MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS
Ord. No. 41 on regulating ranging of livestock introduced and re-
ferred to Committee, 96; title corrected, 103.
Ord. No. 47 on rights of owners of real estate introduced and
referred to Committee on Miscellaneous Provisions, 113.
Ord. No. 56 (labeled art.) providing for corporal punishment intro-
duced and referred to Committee, 156.
Resolution relative to riparian owners introduced and referred to
Committee, 229; additional section proposed, spread upon Journal, and
placed on Calendar, 376-377; read, 394; read second time and tabled,
445-446.
Proposed additional section relative to contracting for public print-
ing amended and passed, 375-376.
Additional section relative to control of state universities introduced
and referred to Committee, 451; Committee report recommending ta-
bling placed upon Calendar, 488-489.
Committee report returning resolutions, ordinances and articles re-
ferred to it and recommending Article XVI on miscellaneous provisions,
Article spread upon Journal, 299-303; read first time and placed on
Calendar, 321; read second time, 365-367, 369-377, 387-395; passed,
spread upon Journal and ordered engrossed, 451-455; reported en-
grossed, 477; read third time and adopted, 482; ordered Article XVI
in final arrangement, 577; read and corrected, 583; reported engrossed,
586; spread upon Journal, 618-621.
Section (earlier proposed and stricken from Article on homesteads,
etc., 445, 477-478) relative to redemption of lands sold under judgment
introduced and referred to Committee, 481-482; Committee report oppos-
ing adoption received and placed upon Calendar, 488-489.
Additional section relative to appointment of officers to fill vacancies
in case of disability introduced and referred to Committee, 507; Com-
mittee substitute offered and placed on Calendar, 530-531; read first
time and placed on Calendar, 545; spread on Journal, read second time
and stricken, 546-547.
Resolution offering sec. 7 of Article XVI of Constitution of 1868,
relative to representation of Seminole Indians, as addition to Constitu-
tion, introduced and referred to Committee, 541; Committee report rec-
ommending tabling placed on Calendar, 552-553; Committee report
adopted, 571.
Section offered empowering future constitutional convention to pro-
vide for expenses thereof introduced and referred to Committee, 533;
Committee report recommending tabling, placed on Calendar, 552-553;
Committee report adopted, 571.
Section 1. Resolution for appointment of Committee on Seat of
Government, 13.
Ord. No. 58 (labeled art.) relating to seat of government introduced
and referred to Committee, 166; reported from Committee, 300; read
second time, amended, and passed, 365-366; spread upon Journal, 452,
618.
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Section 2. Reported from Committee, 300; read, amended, and passed,
366; spread upon Journal, 452, 618.
Section 3. Reported from Committee, 300; read and passed, 366;
spread upon Journal, 452, 618.
Section 4. Reported from Committee, 300; read, amended, and
passed, 366-367; spread upon Journal, 452, 618.
Section 5. Reported from Committee, 300; read and passed, 367;
spread upon Journal, 452, 618.
Section 6. Reported from Committee, 300; read, amended, and
passed, 367; spread upon Journal, 453, 618.
Section 7. Reported from Committee, 300; read and passed, 367;
spread upon Journal, 453, 618.
Section 8. Reported from Committee, 300; read, amended, and
passed, 367; spread upon Journal, 453, 618.
Section 9. Resolution relative to costs in criminal cases, 51.
Res. No. 12 relative to costs in criminal cases introduced and re-
ferred to Committee on Taxation and Finance, 57; reported back by
Committee on Judicial Department with recommendation that Article
XI serve as substitute, report received, 239-240.
Section reported from Committee, 300; read, 367; substitute of-
fered, amended, and passed, 369; spread upon Journal, 453, 619.
Section 10. Reported from Committee, 300-301; read and passed,
369; spread upon Journal, 453, 619.
Section 11. Reported from Committee as sec. 12, 301; read and
passed, 370; spread upon Journal as sec. 11, 453, 619.
Section 12. Reported from Committee as sec. 13, 301; read, amended,
and passed, 370; spread upon Journal as sec. 12, 453, 619.
Section 13. Reported from Committee as sec. 14, 301; read, 370-371;
passed, 387; spread upon Journal as sec. 13, 453, 619.
Section 14. Section introduced and referred to Committee on Miscel-
laneous Provisions, 185; reported from Committee as sec. 16, 301; read
and passed, 372; spread upon Journal as sec. 14, 454, 619.
Section 15. Ord. No. 45 preventing the holding of more than one
lucrative office by state officeholder introduced and referred to Com-
mittee on Suffrage, etc., 103.
Section reported from Committee as sec. 17, 301-302; read and
passed, 372; spread upon Journal as sec. 15, 454, 619.
Section 16. Reported from Committee as sec. 18, 302; read, amended,
and passed, 372-373; spread upon Journal as sec. 16, 454, 619-620.
Section 17. Reported from Committee as sec. 19, 302; read and
passed, 373; spread upon Journal as sec. 17, 454, 620.
Section 18. Reported from Committee as sec. 20, 302; read and
passed, 373; spread upon Journal as sec. 18, 454, 620.
Section 19. Reported from Committee as sec. 23, 302; read and
passed, 373; spread upon Journal as sec. 19, 454, 620.

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Section 20. Reported from Committee as sec. 25, 302; read and
passed, 373; spread upon Journal as sec. 20, 454, 620.
Section 21. Reported from Committee as sec. 26, 302; read, sub-
stitute offered and passed, 373-374; reconsidered, amended, and adopted,
394; spread upon Journal as sec. 21, 454-455, 620.
Section 22. Section proposed, read, and referred to Committee, 187.
Ord. No. 67 relative to pay of mechanics and laborers introduced
and referred to Committee, 234.
Section reported from Committee as sec. 27, 302; read and passed,
374; spread upon Journal as sec. 22, 455, 620.
Section 23. Reported from Committee as sec. 28, 303; read and
passed, 374; spread upon Journal as sec. 23, 455, 620.
Section 24. Reported from Committee as sec. 30, 303; read and
passed, 374; spread upon Journal as sec. 25, 455; renumbered sec. 24,
583; spread upon Journal, 620.
Section 25. Reported from Committee as sec. 32, 303; read and
passed, 374; spread upon Journal as sec. 26, 455; renumbered sec. 25,
583; spread upon Journal, 620.
Section 26. Section proposed by Committee on Education as sec. 15
of Article on education and placed on Calendar, 404-405; read, passed
and placed on Calendar, 429; read second and third times and adopted,
482-484; transferred from Article on education to Article on miscel-
laneous provisions as sec. 27, 575, 583; renumbered sec. 26, 583; spread
upon Journal, 620-621.
Section 27. Offered as additional section, read three times and
adopted, 570-571; spread upon Journal, 621.
Section 28. Offered as additional section, spread upon Journal, and
referred to Committee, 395; reported favorably with respect to drainage
but without recommendation with respect to water supplies, 427; read
second time and referred to Committee on Judiciary Department, 451-
452; reported from Judiciary Department Committee with recommenda-
tion it be tabled and substitute submitted therewith adopted, placed on
Calendar, 506-507; read first time and placed on Calendar, 545; read
second and third times, spread upon Journal and adopted, 546-547;
spread upon Journal, 621.
Section 29. Res. No. 48 relative to condemnation of private property
introduced and referred to Committee on Judicial Department, 62.
Section offered as addition to Article on Miscellaneous Provisions,
and spread upon Journal, 382; section reported favorably, 427.
Additional section offered, spread upon Journal and referred to
Committee, 423-424; Committee report recommending adoption of sub-
stitute for its original section, placed on Calendar and proposed sub-
stitute section spread upon Journal, 489; read first time and placed on
Calendar, 491; read second and third times and adopted, 545-546; spread
upon Journal, 621.
Section 30. Resolutions for appointment of a committee on incor-
poration, 13, 23, 31, 39.
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Resolution adopted, 49.
Standing committee appointed, 54.
Res. No. 19 to regulate charges by railroad, telegraph and express
companies introduced and referred to Committee on Private Corpora-
tions, 57-58.
Res. No. 67 relating to railroad commission introduced and referred
to Committee on Private Corporations, 71.
Res. No. 84 relating to freight rates introduced and referred to
Committee on Private Corporations, 72.
Res. No. 100 relating to rights of out-of-state corporations intro-
duced and referred to Committee on Private Corporations, 73.
Res. No. 120 restricting power of railways and other corporations,
introduced and referred to Committee, 90.
Proposed amendment to Article (II) on distribution of powers,
excepting railroad board, placed on Calendar, 92-93.
Memorial on railroad freight discrimination introduced and referred
to Committee, 129.
Ord. No. 55 relative to right of state to regulate freight rates,
etc., and appointment of commission for this purpose, introduced and
referred to Committee, 143.
Resolution relative to establishment of commissions with power
to regulate charges of corporations, introduced and referred to Com-
mittee, 172.
Ord. No. 70 (labeled art.) relating to public carriers introduced and
referred to Committee, 238-239.
Committee report proposing as sec. 1 of Article on private corpora-
tions, spread upon Journal, 296; minority report, 297-299; read first
time and placed on Calendar, 321; read second time, amended and passed,
357-358; considered, ordered engrossed for third reading and spread
upon Journal, 363-365; reported engrossed, 385; read third time and
adopted, 396-397; transferred to Article on miscellaneous provisions as
sec. 30, 575, 583; spread upon Journal, 621.
Section reported from Committee as sec. 22, 302; read and struck
out, 373.
Additional section offered relative to charges by transportation
companies, 360; read and laid on table, 363.
Section 31. Resolution prohibiting transportation companies' is-
suance of free passes to officeholders introduced and referred to Com-
mittee, 61.
Additional section proposed for Legislative Article, 163-164; with-
drawn, 172.
Res. No. 148 relative to transportation companies granting free
passes introduced and referred to Committee on Private Corporations,
166.
Section reported from Committee as sec. 31, 303; read and with-
drawn by Committee, 374.
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AMENDMENTS
Committee report, proposing as sec. 2 of Article on private cor-
porations, spread upon Journal, 297; dissent as minority report from
Chairman of Committee on sec. 2 of Article (labeled 18), 307; section
read, amended and passed, 358-360; considered, ordered engrossed for
third reading and spread upon Journal, 363-365; reported engrossed,
385; read third time and adopted, 396-397; transferred to Article on
miscellaneous provisions as sec. 31, 575, 583; spread upon Journal, 621.




ARTICLE XVII. AMENDMENTS

Resolution for appointment of committee on, 14, 24, 31, 39.
Resolution adopted, 49.
Standing committee appointed, 55.
Res. No. 31 on mode of amending Constitution introduced and re-
ferred to Committee, 60-61; Ord. No. 34, 95.
Res. No. 87 on revision of Constitution introduced and referred
to Committee, 72; Ord. No. 35, 95.
Res. No. 130 relative to amendment of Bill of Rights introduced
and referred to Committee on Preamble, 91.
Ord. No. 68 regulating county registration introduced and referred
to Committee, 234; reported back with recommendation it be referred
to appropriate committee, placed on Calendar, 271-272.
Committee report embodying applicable resolutions, etc. as Article
XVII on constitutional amendments spread upon Journal and placed
on Calendar, 271-272; read first time and placed on Calendar, 308; read
second time and amended, 433-434; amended and passed, spread upon
Journal and ordered engrossed, 441-443; reported engrossed, 476-477;
read third time, amended and adopted, 478-481; ordered Article XVII
in final arrangement, 577; read and declared correct, 583; reported
engrossed, 586; spread upon Journal, 621-622.
Section 1. Reported from Committee, 271-272; read second time
and amended, 433-434; passed and spread upon Journal, 441-442; read,
amended, and adopted, 478-481; spread upon Journal, 621-622.
Section 2. Reported from Committee, 272; read, amended, passed,
and spread upon Journal, 441-443; read and adopted, 480-481; spread
upon Journal, 622.



ARTICLE XVIII. SCHEDULE

Resolution for appointment of committee on, 31, 39.
Resolution introduced for submission of Constitution for popular
vote, 34; adopted, 49.
Standing committee appointed, 55.

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AMENDMENTS
Committee report, proposing as sec. 2 of Article on private cor-
porations, spread upon Journal, 297; dissent as minority report from
Chairman of Committee on sec. 2 of Article (labeled 18), 307; section
read, amended and passed, 358-360; considered, ordered engrossed for
third reading and spread upon Journal, 363-365; reported engrossed,
385; read third time and adopted, 396-397; transferred to Article on
miscellaneous provisions as sec. 31, 575, 583; spread upon Journal, 621.




ARTICLE XVII. AMENDMENTS

Resolution for appointment of committee on, 14, 24, 31, 39.
Resolution adopted, 49.
Standing committee appointed, 55.
Res. No. 31 on mode of amending Constitution introduced and re-
ferred to Committee, 60-61; Ord. No. 34, 95.
Res. No. 87 on revision of Constitution introduced and referred
to Committee, 72; Ord. No. 35, 95.
Res. No. 130 relative to amendment of Bill of Rights introduced
and referred to Committee on Preamble, 91.
Ord. No. 68 regulating county registration introduced and referred
to Committee, 234; reported back with recommendation it be referred
to appropriate committee, placed on Calendar, 271-272.
Committee report embodying applicable resolutions, etc. as Article
XVII on constitutional amendments spread upon Journal and placed
on Calendar, 271-272; read first time and placed on Calendar, 308; read
second time and amended, 433-434; amended and passed, spread upon
Journal and ordered engrossed, 441-443; reported engrossed, 476-477;
read third time, amended and adopted, 478-481; ordered Article XVII
in final arrangement, 577; read and declared correct, 583; reported
engrossed, 586; spread upon Journal, 621-622.
Section 1. Reported from Committee, 271-272; read second time
and amended, 433-434; passed and spread upon Journal, 441-442; read,
amended, and adopted, 478-481; spread upon Journal, 621-622.
Section 2. Reported from Committee, 272; read, amended, passed,
and spread upon Journal, 441-443; read and adopted, 480-481; spread
upon Journal, 622.



ARTICLE XVIII. SCHEDULE

Resolution for appointment of committee on, 31, 39.
Resolution introduced for submission of Constitution for popular
vote, 34; adopted, 49.
Standing committee appointed, 55.

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INDEX TO THE JOURNAL
Res. No. 22 relative to submitting 'Constitution to popular vote in-
troduced and referred to Committee, 58; Committee report received and
adopted, 65; Res. No. 96, 73; Res. No. 96 withdrawn, 78 (cf. 271).
Res. No. 74 relative to manner of ratifying Constitution introduced
and referred to Committee on Constitutional Amendments, 71; reported
back with recommendation it be referred to appropriate committee;
placed on Calendar, 271-272.
Res. No. 118 for relief of persons convicted of misdemeanors intro-
duced and referred to Committee, 90; reported back and placed among
Orders of the Day, 97.
Ord. No. 50 relative to time of submitting Constitution for ratifica-
tion introduced and referred to Committee, 113.
Ord. No. 51 relative to announcing and publishing Constitution
introduced and referred to Committee, 113.
Ordinance relative to office of It. governor introduced and referred
to Committee, 228.
Article on schedules reported by Committee embodying resolutions
referred to it, spread upon Journal and placed upon Calendar, 474-476;
read first time and placed on Calendar, 491; read second time, amended,
passed, and ordered engrossed, 531-535; read third time, amended and
adopted, 535-536; ordered Article XVIII in final arrangement, 577; read
and declared correct, 583; reported engrossed, 586; spread upon Journal,
622-624.
Section 1. Reported from Committee, spread upon Journal, 475; read
second time, amended, and passed, 531; spread upon Journal, 622.
Sec. 24 of Article, Miscellaneous Provisions (spread on Journal,
455), transferred to Article, Schedule, as relevant to this section, 575.
Section 2. Reported from Committee, spread upon Journal, 475;
read second time and passed, 531; spread upon Journal, 622.
Section 3. Reported from Committee, spread upon Journal, 475; read
second time, amended, and passed, 531; spread upon Journal, 622-623.
Section 4. Reported from Committee, spread upon Journal, 475; read
second time and passed, 531; spread upon Journal, 623.
Section 5. Reported from Committee, spread upon Journal, 475;
read second time, amended, and passed, 531-532; spread upon Journal,
623.
Section 6. Reported from Committee, spread upon Journal, 475;
read second time and passed, 532; spread upon Journal, 623.
Section 7. Reported from Committee, spread upon Journal, 475;
read second time and passed, 532; spread upon Journal, 623.
Section 8. Reported from Committee, spread upon Journal, 475;
read second time and passed, 532; spread upon Journal, 623.
Section 9. Resolution for election of public officers, 34.
Resolution relative to elections, 51, 52.
Res. No. 129 separating time for national and state elections intro-
duced and referred to Committee on County, etc., 90-91; reported back
for reference to Committee on Legislative Department and placed on
Calendar, 104.
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Section reported from Committee on Schedule, spread upon Journal,
476; read second time and passed, 532; spread upon Journal, 623.
Section 10. Reported from Committee, spread upon Journal, 476;
read second time, amended, and passed, 532; read third time, amended,
and adopted, 535-536; spread upon Journal, 623.
Section 11. Reported from Committee, spread upon Journal, 476;
read second time and passed, 532; spread upon Journal, 623.
Section 12. Reported from Committee, spread upon Journal, 476;
read second time, amended, and passed, 532; spread upon Journal, 623.
Section 13. Section offered as addition to Article on schedule and
passed, 532-533; spread upon Journal, 534, 623-624.
Section 14. Spread upon Journal as sec. 14, 534; offered, read three
times, and adopted, 535-536; spread upon Journal, 624.



ARTICLE XIX. LOCAL OPTION

Resolution for appointment of committee on regulating sale of liq-
uors, 22, 29, 39.
Resolution adopted, 49.
Committee on Temperance appointed, 56.
Res. No. 1 relative to liquor traffic introduced and referred to Com-
mittee, 56; Res. No. 36, 61.
Papers and petitions relating to temperance introduced and referred
to Committee on Temperance, 59, 60; Res. No. 41, 61; Res. No. 110,
80; Res. No. 138, 96; petition, 129, 259.
Res. No. 58 relative to vote on liquor question introduced and re-
ferred to Committee, 63; petition, 165.
Res. No. 85 relative to regulating the liquor traffic, 72.
Memorial from Friends of Temperance introduced and referred to
Committee, 77, 87, 94.
Committee report of Ordinance on temperance as substitute for
sundry memorials, petitions, and resolutions, with recommendation that
Ordinance be submitted separately for popular approval at election for
ratification for Constitution, read and placed on Calendar, 192; Ordi-
nance on temperance read first time and placed among Orders of the
Day, 222; substitute proposed, consideration deferred, 232; substitute
offered and spread upon Journal, 233; substitute offered as Article XVIII,
accepted, spread upon Journal and placed on Calendar, 261-262; passed
on second reading, spread upon Journal and ordered engrossed for third
reading, 285-287; reported engrossed, 307; read third time and adopted,
353-354; ordered Article XIX in final arrangement, 577; read and en-
titled Local Option, 583; reported engrossed, 587; spread upon Journal,
624.
Section 1. Recommended, read and placed on Calendar, 192; sub-
stitute offered and spread on Journal, 232-233; substitute offered, ac-
cepted and spread upon Journal and placed on Calendar, 261-262;
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read second time, amended, passed, and spread upon Journal, 285-287;
spread upon Journal, 624.
Section 2. Recommended, read, and placed on Calendar, 192; sub-
stitute offered and spread on Journal, 232-233; substitute offered, ac-
cepted, spread upon Journal, and placed on Calendar, 261-262; read
second time, passed, and spread upon Journal, 285-287; spread upon
Journal, 624.


ORDINANCE NO. 1

Sec. 13 and sec. 14 from Article on schedule embodied as Ordinance
on Ratification, ordered engrossed and spread upon Journal for third
reading, 532-533, 534-535; read third time, amended and adopted, 537-
538; ordered as Ordinance No. 1 in final arrangement, 577; read and
declared correct, 583; reported engrossed, 587; spread upon Journal,
624-625.
Section 1. Reported from Committee on Schedule as sec. 13 of
Article, spread upon Journal, 476; read first time as part of Article
on schedule, placed on Calendar, 491; read, amended, and passed, 532;
removed from Article on schedule and shaped as an ordinance, 532;
spread upon Journal, 534-535; read third time, amended, and adopted,
537-538; spread upon Journal, 624.
Section 2. Reported from Committee on Schedule as sec. 14 of Article,
spread upon Journal, 476; read first time as part of Article on schedule,
placed on Calendar, 491; read, amended, and passed, 532; removed
from Article on schedule and shaped as an ordinance, 532; spread upon
Journal, 535, 624-625.


ORDINANCE NO. 2

Section 1. Offered as proviso for sec. 13 of Article on schedule
and passed, 532; spread upon Journal as part of sec. 1 of Ordinance
No. 1, 534-535; read third time, substitute offered and adopted, 537-
538; made a separate ordinance and entitled Ordinance No. 2, 575, 583;
ordered as Ordinance No. 2 in final arrangement, 577; read and cor-
rected, 583; reported engrossed, 587; spread upon Journal, 625.



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read second time, amended, passed, and spread upon Journal, 285-287;
spread upon Journal, 624.
Section 2. Recommended, read, and placed on Calendar, 192; sub-
stitute offered and spread on Journal, 232-233; substitute offered, ac-
cepted, spread upon Journal, and placed on Calendar, 261-262; read
second time, passed, and spread upon Journal, 285-287; spread upon
Journal, 624.


ORDINANCE NO. 1

Sec. 13 and sec. 14 from Article on schedule embodied as Ordinance
on Ratification, ordered engrossed and spread upon Journal for third
reading, 532-533, 534-535; read third time, amended and adopted, 537-
538; ordered as Ordinance No. 1 in final arrangement, 577; read and
declared correct, 583; reported engrossed, 587; spread upon Journal,
624-625.
Section 1. Reported from Committee on Schedule as sec. 13 of
Article, spread upon Journal, 476; read first time as part of Article
on schedule, placed on Calendar, 491; read, amended, and passed, 532;
removed from Article on schedule and shaped as an ordinance, 532;
spread upon Journal, 534-535; read third time, amended, and adopted,
537-538; spread upon Journal, 624.
Section 2. Reported from Committee on Schedule as sec. 14 of Article,
spread upon Journal, 476; read first time as part of Article on schedule,
placed on Calendar, 491; read, amended, and passed, 532; removed
from Article on schedule and shaped as an ordinance, 532; spread upon
Journal, 535, 624-625.


ORDINANCE NO. 2

Section 1. Offered as proviso for sec. 13 of Article on schedule
and passed, 532; spread upon Journal as part of sec. 1 of Ordinance
No. 1, 534-535; read third time, substitute offered and adopted, 537-
538; made a separate ordinance and entitled Ordinance No. 2, 575, 583;
ordered as Ordinance No. 2 in final arrangement, 577; read and cor-
rected, 583; reported engrossed, 587; spread upon Journal, 625.



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ADDITIONS AND CHANGES IN THE INDEX TO THE
CONSTITUTION OF FLORIDA*

ACCOUNTS
a Officers of executive department, reports, Art. 4, Sec. 27.
ACCUSED
c Accused's right to demand nature and cause of, Decl. of Rights, Sec. 11.
c AGRICULTURAL COMPANIES OR ASSOCIATIONS
ALIENS
a Foreigners, this index.
ALLEGIANCE
c To federal government paramount, Decl. of Rights, Sec. 2.
AMENDMENTS
a Do not extend to secession from union, Decl. of Rights, Sec. 2.
APPOINTMENTS
c County commissioners, Art. 8, Sec. 5.
a State and County officers, providing for, Art. 3, Sec. 27.
ASSESSMENTS
a Counties, Art. 9, Sec. 5.
BAIL
c Inapplicability in capital offenses, Decl. of Rights, Sec. 9.
c BILL OF ATTAINDER
CABINET
c Governor's, membership of, Art. 4, Sec. 20.
CHARITABLE PURPOSES
c Tax exemption, property, Art. 9, Sec. 1; Art. 16, Sec. 16.
CIRCUIT COURTS
c Boundaries of real estate, jurisdiction of actions involving, Art. 5,
Sec. 11.
Judges,
c Number, Art. 5, Sec. 8.
c Salaries, Art. 5, Sec. 9.
CITIZENS
a Militia composed of male, Art. 14, Sec. 1.
c Naturalized citizens, production of certificates, Art. 6, Sec. 7.
c Property rights of foreigners equal to, Decl. of Rights, Sec. 18.

Key:
a addition
c change
The changes and additions here listed refer to the index to the
Constitution of the State of Florida, Vol. 26 of Florida Statutes Anno-
tated (Atlanta, Ga.: The Harrison Co.; St. Paul, Minn.: West Publishing
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COMPENSATION AND SALARIES
c Circuit court judges, Art. 5, Sec. 9.
a County treasurer, Art. 8, Sec. 6.
Fees,
c Sheriff as executive officer, criminal court, Art. 5, Sec. 30.
CONSTABLES
c Duties, Art. 5, Sec. 23.
CONSTITUTION OF UNITED STATES
a Oath to defend, state officials, Art. 16, Sec. 2.
CONTRACTS
c Law impairing obligation of, prohibited, Decl. of Rights, Sec. 17.
CORPORATIONS
a Legislative authority to regulate those engaging in public service,
Art. 16, Sec. 30.
CORRUPTION OF BLOOD
c Conviction of treason does not work, Decl. of Rights, Sec. 23.
COUNTIES
c Judicial circuits, Art. 5, Sec. 10.
Officers,
c Terms of office, Art. 5, Sec. 15; Art. 8, Sec. 6; Art. 16, Sec. 14; Art. 18,
Sec. 6, 7, 9, 14.
School fund, Art. 12, Sec. 8, 9.
a Use of, Art. 12, Sec. 11.
a State special tax for schools, apportionment, Art. 12, Sec. 7.
Taxation,
a State tax for payment of interest on books of, Art. 9, Sec. 7.
COUNTY COURTS
c Probate jurisdiction, appellate jurisdiction of matters pertaining to,
Art. 5, Sec. 5, 11.
c Prosecuting attorney, Art. 5, Sec. 18, 29.
COUNTY JUDGES
c Compensation, Art. 5, Sec. 16.
a COUNTY TREASURER
a First election for, Art. 18, Sec. 10.
a Term, Art. 8, Sec. 6.
COURTS
c Accessible to all, Decl. of Rights, Sec. 4.
a County Judges, this index.
c Criminal Courts, this index.
COURTS OF RECORD
c Criminal Courts, this index.
Escambia County,
c Judge, salary and term of office, Art. 5, Sec. 24.
c Jurisdiction, Art. 5, Sec. 25.
CRIMES AND OFFENSES
c Excessive fines prohibited, Decl. of Rights, Sec. 8.
c Indictment or presentment, Decl. of Rights, Sec. 10.
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ADDITIONS AND CHANGES
c CRIMINAL COURTS
Judges,
c Salary and compensation, Art. 5, Sec. 24.
CRIMINAL PROSECUTIONS
Costs,
c Accused to pay only after conviction, Decl. of Rights, Sec. 14.
c State to pay, when, Art. 16, Sec. 9.
Indictment and information,
c Prosecution on, Art. 5, Sec. 28.
c Knowledge of nature and cause of accusation, demand by accused,
Decl. of Rights, Sec. 11.
c Trial, location, Decl. of Rights, Sec. 11.
Witnesses,
c Compelling accused to be witness prohibited, Decl. of Rights, Sec. 12.
DEBTS
c Imprisonment for, prohibited, Decl. of Rights, Sec. 16.
a DECLARATION OF RIGHTS
a Separate title preceding Art. 1.
c EDUCATIONAL COMPANIES OR ASSOCIATIONS
EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES
c Tax exemption, Art. 9, Sec. 1; Art. 16, Sec. 16.
ELECTIONS
a Bribery, laws regulating, Art. 3, Sec. 26.
c Clerk of circuit court, Art. 8, Sec. 6.
c First election, Art. 18, Sec. 10.
c County treasurer, Art. 8, Sec. 6.
c First election, Art. 18, Sec. 10.
c House of Representatives, time and place, Art. 3, Sec. 3; Art. 7, Sec. 2.
a Referendum, district school tax requirements, Art. 12, Sec. 10.
ELECTORS
a Residence requirements, Art. 6, Sec. 1.
EXEMPTION
Taxation, Art. 9, Sec. 9.
a Disabled persons, Art. 9, Sec. 9.
a Widows, Art. 9, Sec. 9.
FELONY
c Presentment or indictment, Decl. of Rights, Sec. 10.
FINES
c County school fund, payment into, Art. 12, Sec. 9.
a FOREIGNERS
a Aliens, this index.
FORFEITURES
c Treason, does not entail forfeiture of estate, Decl. of Rights, Sec. 23.
FUNDS
a Treasurer, as custodian, Art. 4, Sec. 24.
a GOODS
a Remedy for injury, Decl. of Rights, Sec. 4.

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GOVERNMENT
c Counties and municipalities, general laws relating to, Art. 3, Sec. 24.
GOVERNOR
c County commissioners, appointment of, Art. 8, Sec. 5.
a Disbursement of funds, etc., countersignature required, Art. 4, Sec. 24.
GRAND JURY
c Presentment or indictment for capital crime or other felony, Decl. of
Rights, Sec. 10.
GREAT SEAL
c Name and seal of state, etc., Art. 4, Sec. 14.
HABEAS CORPUS
a Grantable speedily and without cost, Decl. of Rights, Sec. 7.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
Election of members, Art. 3, Sec. 3.
a House to judge, Art. 3, Sec. 5.
c Eligibility of member for civil office, Art. 3, Sec. 5.
a Pay of members, Art. 3, Sec. 4.
IMPEACHMENT
c Disqualification resulting, Art. 3, Sec. 29.
c Governor, Art. 3, Sec. 29; Art. 4, Sec. 19.
c Presentment or indictment not required in cases of, Decl. of Rights,
Sec. 10.
IMPRISONMENT
c Debt, no person subject to imprisonment for, Decl. of Rights, Sec. 16.
INCOMPETENCY
c Witnesses, religious opinions do not affect, Decl. of Rights, Sec. 5.
a INCORPORATION OF COMPANIES AND ASSOCIATIONS
a General Laws Providing for, Art. 3, Sec. 25.
INDICTMENT AND INFORMATION
c Suspension of officers, no relief from, Art. 4, Sec. 15.
INHERITANCE
c Foreigner's rights, Decl. of Rights, Sec. 18.
INSTITUTIONS
c Sectarian, public money not to be used for, Decl. of Rights, Sec. 6.
INTANGIBLE PROPERTY
a Married women, equitable charges against, Art. 11, Sec. 2.
JUDICIAL CIRCUITS
c Number of, Art. 5, Sec. 8.
JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT
a Judicial article, Art. 5.
a See courts.
JURISDICTION
Municipalities,
c Legislative power to prescribe and alter, Art. 8, Sec. 8, 24.
JUSTICE
c Administration of without sale, denial, or delay, Decl. of Rights, Sec. 4.
LAWS
a Majority of members present, required to enact, Art. 3, Sec. 17.

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LEGISLATIVE BILLS
Vote on, Art. 3, Sec. 17.
c Majority of those present required, Art. 3, Sec. 17.
LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENT
a Legislative article, Art. 3.
LEGISLATURE
c Courts, limitation on establishment, Art. 5, Sec. 10, 35.
Elections,
c County officers, providing for, Art. 3, Sec. 27; Art. 8, Sec. 6.
c Returns, providing for, Art. 6, Sec. 2.
Ineligibility of,
c Legislators for civil office, Art. 3, Sec. 5.
Judicial circuits,
c Designation, Art. 5, Sec. 10.
c Providing for additional, Art. 5, Sec. 10, 35.
c Mileage of members, Art. 3, Sec. 4.
Offices created by,
c Legislators ineligible for, Art. 3, Sec. 5.
a Pay of members, Art. 3, Sec. 4.
School districts,
c Provision for tax districts, Art. 12, Sec. 10.
Sessions,
c Regular and extra sessions, Art. 3, Sec. 2.
Term of office,
c Offices created by four-year limitation, Art. 16, Sec. 7.
LIBERTY
c Deprivation without due process prohibited, Decl. of Rights, Sec. 12.
LIFE
c Deprivation without due process prohibited, Decl. of Rights, Sec. 12.
LITERARY PURPOSES
c Tax exemption, property, Art. 9, Sec. 1; Art. 16, Sec. 16.
c MAJOR-GENERAL
MILITIA
c Compensation, Adjutant General, Art. 4, Sec. 16.
c Presentment of indictment, Decl. of Rights, Sec. 10.
MORAL SAFETY
c Liberty of conscience does not justify practices inconsistent with,
Decl. of Rights, Sec. 5.
NATURALIZED CITIZENS
c Registration as electors, Art. 6, Sec. 7.
NEGLECT OF DUTY
Public officers,
c Salary deductions, Art. 16, Sec. 18.
NUMBER
c Circuit court judges, Art. 5, Sec. 8.
c Judicial circuits, Art. 5, Sec. 10.
OBLIGATION OF CONTRACTS
c Law impairing prohibited, Decl. of Rights, Sec. 17.
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a PAY
a See Compensation and Salaries
PERSON
c Protection against searches and seizures, Decl. of Rights, Sec. 22.
PERSONAL PROPERTY
c See Intangible Property, generally, this index.
POWERS
c State government, distribution and separation of, Art. 2.
PRISONS
a See State Prison
PROBABLE CAUSE
c Warrant issued on, Decl. of Rights, Sec. 22.
PROPERTY
c Condemnation of, may not be taken without just compensation, Decl.
of Rights, Sec. 12; Art. 16, Sec. 29.
c Deprivation without due process prohibited, Decl. of Rights, Sec. 12.
c Foreigners, rights of, Decl. of Rights, Sec. 18.
PUBLIC OFFICERS
c Term longer than four years, creation by legislature prohibited, Art.
16, Sec. 7.
REFUNDING BONDS
c State, exception as to, Art. 9, Sec. 6.
RELIGION
a Licentiousness, liberty of conscience does not justify, Decl. of Rights,
Sec. 5.
a Moral safety of society may not be subverted by liberty of conscience,
Decl. of Rights, Sec. 5.
c No legal preference permissible, Decl. of Rights, Sec. 6.
c Tax exemption, property for religious purposes, Art. 9, Sec. 1; Art.
16, Sec. 16.
a Witnesses not incompetent on account of, Decl. of Rights, Sec. 5.
REMOVAL FROM OFFICE
c Governor's power, Art. 4, Sec. 15.
REPRESENTATIVES
a Right of people to instruct, Decl. of Rights, Sec. 15.
RESIGNATION
a Judges, ruling of vacancy caused by, Art. 5, Sec. 33.
SAFETY
c Practices inconsistent with moral, Decl. of Rights, Sec. 5.
SCHOOLS AND SCHOOL DISTRICTS
a Officers, removal of, Art. 12, Sec. 3.
c Supervision of, State Board of Education, Art. 12, Sec. 3.
Taxation,
a State property tax for support of, Art. 12, Sec. 6.
SEARCHES AND SEIZURES
c Prohibited if unreasonable, Decl. of Rights, Sec. 22.
SENATE
a County Commissioners, confirmation of appointment, Art. 8, Sec. 5.

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ADDITIONS AND CHANGES
c Election of members,
a Senate to judge, Art. 3, Sec. 6.
c Time and place, Art. 7, Sec. 2.
c Eligibility of member for civil office, Art. 3, Sec. 5.
c Journals of proceedings, Art. 3, Sec. 12.
a Pay of members, Art. 3, Sec. 4.
United States Senators,
a Certificate of election to, Art. 16, Sec. 20.
c Election of, Art. 3, Sec. 31.
a Eligibility for public office, Art. 16, Sec. 15.
SPECIAL OR LOCAL LAWS
c Notice of intention to enact, Art. 3, Sec. 21.
STATE
a Counties, division into, Art. 8, Sec. 1.
c STATE EMBLEM (FLAG)
STATE TREASURER
a Term of office, Art. 4, Sec. 20.
SUPREME COURT
c Chief justice, Art. 5, Sec. 2.
a Location, Art. 5, Sec. 4.
a Pardon board, membership on, Art. 4, Sec. 12.
a Terms of court, Art. 5, Sec. 4.
TAXATION
c Ad valorem taxes, restrictions as to, Art. 12, Sec. 10.
c Homestead, sale for taxes, Art. 10, Sec. 1.
a State property tax for schools, Art. 12, Sec. 6.
TERMS OF COURT
a Supreme Court, Art. 5, Sec. 4.
TERMS OF OFFICE
Clerk,
c Circuit court, Art. 5, Sec. 15; Art. 8, Sec. 6.
c Legislature, offices created by limited to four years, Art. 16, Sec. 7.
TREASURER
County treasurer,
a Election of, Art. 8, Sec. 6.
UNITED STATES
a Congress,
a Certificate of election, Art. 16, Sec. 20.
Constitution,
a Oath to defend, state officials, Art. 16, Sec. 2.
UNREASONABLE DETENTION
c Of witnesses prohibited, Decl. of Rights, Sec. 8.
VOLUNTEERS
a Legislature may encourage corps, Art. 14, Sec. 2.
WITNESSES
c Unreasonable detention of, prohibited, Decl. of Rights, Sec. 8.
WORSHIP
c Legal preferences forbidden, Decl. of Rights, Sec. 6.
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