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.
Concurrent Resolution, 210.
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
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.
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;