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SEC. I. LEGISLATIVE POWER, 197-333.

Colonial legislative system, 198.

Legislative Power, 198-333.

General view of subject, 198.–Scope of power, 200.-Retrospective

statutes, 203.—Statutes presumed valid, 206.

Attorneys, 207.

Commerce, 207-210.

Concurrent Resolution, 210.

Corporations, 210-214

Actions, 210.—Banks ; cemeteries; consolidation; eminent domain,

211.-Franchise not exclusive; foreign corporations; forfeiture,

212.—Increased burdens; insurance; mileage books; plank roads;

railroads, 213.—Reserved power of amendment or repeal; school

districts; town aid ; trusts, 214

Crimes, 215-218.

Sovereign power to maintain social order; arson, 215.-Electrocu-

tion; future cases; indeterminate sentence; jurisdiction; place of

imprisonment, 216.—Place of trial; second offense; state not liable

to person convicted of crime, 217.-Suspension of sentence; uni-

formity not required, 218.

Declaratory Statute, 218.

Delegation of Legislative Power, 218-223.

Boards of supervisors; cemeteries; corporations; courts; eminent

domain; foreign insurance companies, 219.–Free school law; local

approval, 220.—Local boards, 222.-Official terms; municipal cor-

porations; United States; villages, 223.

Discrimination, 224.

Elections, 224, 225.

Declaring result of election; election districts; special elections;

town meetings, 224.

Equal Protection of the Laws, 225-228.

Foreign corporation not a person, 225.-Civil service, veterans ; local

and special legislation not prohibited; punishments; license fees;

Constitutional amendment; corporations, 259.-Dower; eminent

domain, 262.—Exemptions; franchise tax; harbor masters; insur-

ance, 264.- Judgments; legislative contracts; liquor tax law, 265.-

Lotteries; married women, 266.—Mechanic's lien; mileage books ;

municipal corporations, 267.-Officers, 268.- Patents of land; pre-

ferred creditors, 269.-Public printer; railroads, 270.-Recording

acts; remedies, 271.-State contract; statute of limitations, 273.-

Supreme court reporter; trusts; wills, 274

Officers, 274-276.

Police Power, 276-289.

In general, 276.—Amusements; animals at large; buildings; business,

277.–Cemeteries; children, 279.-Commerce, 280.-Commitments;

excise; fires; fish; flag, 281.–Food products; foreign insurance

companies; Indian lands; labor, 282.-Navigation; nuisance, 283.—

Ordinances, 284.- Personal rights; pilots; poor persons; prison-

made goods, 285.- Public health, 286.-Railroads, 287.-Riparian

owner; streets, : 288.-Summary seizures; Sunday; tenement

houses, 289.

Privileges and Immunities, 289-293.

Historical sketch, 289.-Scope of provision; citizens of another

state; nonresident, 290.-Agents of foreign insurance companies ;

fugitive slaves; separate schools, 291.—Civil service, veterans;

elective franchise; foreign corporation, 292.-Procedure in criminal

trial; appointment to office, 293.

Procedure, 293-296.

Appeal, 293.-Conditional right of action; criminal cases; foreign

corporations, 294.-Liquor tax law; minors; place of trial; prefer-

ences in civil actions, 295.—Security for costs; substituted service;

surplus in partition, 296.

Property, 296, 297.

Ratification, 297-300.

General rule, 297.—Common council; corporations, 298.-Elections ;

repealed statute; state officers; towns; unconstitutional acts, 299.

Remedy, 300-303.

Extent of power, 300.-Appropriations; contract not affected; in-

surance law, 301.-Judgments; mechanic's lien; penalty; pending

action; remedy a matter of right, 302.—Retrospective acts; revival

of action; service of process; torts, 303.

Separable Provisions, 303-305.

General rule, 303.-Should the governor have power veto separ-

able provisions? 305.

Slaves, 305-307.

State Maritime Jurisdiction, 307.

Sunday, 308.

Taxation, 308-324.

Power necessary in organized government, 308.—Legislative power

"practically unlimited, 309.-Action to collect tax; apportionment,

310.-Discrimination, 312.-Double taxation, 313.—Drafted men;

foreign corporations; franchise tax, 314.—Imports, 315.- Indian

lands; indirect taxation; interstate commerce; license; limited dis-

trict, 316.-Moral obligation; municipal corporations, 318.-Non-

resident; notice, 319.-Private purpose; public property; railroad

aid; redemption; release, 320.—State property; transfer tax, 321.-

United States bonds, 322.–Validation, 323.

Vested Rights, 324-332.

In general; actions, 324.-Adverse possession; appeal; contracts;

corporations, 325.-Damages; declaratory laws, 326.—Divorce; evi-

dence; execution; exemptions; extra allowance, 327.-Highways;

inheritance tax; judgments; labor law; married women, 328.-

Municipal corporations, 329.—New York; officers, 330.—Pardons ;

penalties; pension; railroad, 331.—Tax deed; tax sale, 332.

Wills, 332-334.

General statement, 332-334.

SEC. 2. SENATE AND ASSEMBLY, HOW CONSTITUTED, 334

Origin and purpose of section, 334.

SEC. 3. SENATE DISTRICTS, 334-344.

Historical sketch, 341.-Apportionment of 1894, 342.

SEC. 4. CENSUS; SENATE REAPPORTION MENT, 344-346.

Scope of section; apportionments, 345.-Enumeration; senate dis-

tricts, 346.

SEC. 5. ASSEMBLY APPORTION MENT, 346-355.

Rules of apportionment, 351.-Assembly districts, 352.--Boards of

supervisors; Constitution directory as to time, 353.- New counties

and towns, 354.-Wards, 355.

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