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Fees, certain judicial officers may receive, till July, 1847. .......

comptroller, treasurer and attorney-general
no judicial officer to receive fees, except justice of the

peace.........
of public officers

secretary of state not to receive, to his use Feudal tenures abolished....... Fines, and quarter sales to be void. ............

excessive, not to be imposed............. Freedom, debate in legislature secured

of speech and press secured.....

religion Fund, no money paid from, without appropriation

sinking (see Sinking fund, Common school fund, Litera

ture fund, United States deposit fund).

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Gauging, office for, abolished
General sessions, courts of, business transferred ..........
Governor, bills disapproved, to be returned with objections.

commander-in-chief, etc..........
executive power vested in, and term of office.......
first election of............
may appoint another to perform duties.....
may appoint, with consent of sepate, major-generals and

commissary-generals
may object to one or more items in a bill appropriating

money, and approve the rest............. may remove district attorney for not prosecuting certain

offenses may remove sheriff, county clerk, district attorney and

coroner....... may suspend treasurer, etc.... not to appoint members of the legislature to office....... to approve bill in thirty days after adjournment or it can

not become a law............. to communicate by message... to convene legislature, or senate only... to execute laws, compensation, residence to grant reprieves, pardons, etc.............

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Governor, to nominate chancellor and justice of supreme
court.........

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to report pardons and reprieves yearly...........

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to sign bills if he approve........

4 9 27
to suspend execution in cases of treason....

4 5 26
when and how elected......

4 3 25
when out of state at head of military force...

4 6 26
who eligible.........

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Grants, certain, with rents reserved, void ........... ..........

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from king of Great Britain...........

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Habeas corpus, not to be suspended, except, etc....
Hamilton county, to elect members with Fulton......

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Impeachment, articles of, preferred against judicial officer,

effect of ....
assembly to have power of
concurrence of two-thirds necessary to convict.
court for trial of, of whom composed
duty of governor, relative to.....
duty of members of court of...........
Judgment in cases of conviction, to what to extend
members of court to be sworn.............
of governor, who to act........
on trial of governor, lieutenant-governor may not act as

member of court.
parties impeached, liable to indictment and punishment,

according to law
Indians, purchase of lands from, void
Indictment, not to be tried without

persons convicted on impeachment, liable to.......
Infamous crime, not to answer for, unless on presentment, etc.

persons guilty may be deprived of right to vote......
Inferior local courts may be established........
Inspections, all offices for, abolished, and not to be created.....
Inspectors of state prisons, abolished
Interest, regulating rate of....................................
Invasions, etc., debt may be created for........................

money raised, how used ...............

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Jeopardy, not to be put twice in, for same offense
Journals, of each house to be kept and published, except, etc...

objections of governor to be entered on .......

yeas and nays to be entered in ..........
Judge of the old county court, office of, abolished....

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Judges, accused to have opportunity of defense...

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chief judge and associate, manner of appointment of, to be
submitted to the people...

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concurrence of four necessary to a decision...............

6 2 33
first election of (1846)..

6 2 33
(1869)

6 24 42
five to form a quorum

6 2 33
may be removed by concurrent resolution of both houses
of legislature.............

6 11 36
may not practice as attorney or counselor in any court of
record in this state, or act as referee ......

6 21 41
not to hold any other office of public trust.................

6 10 36
not to hold office after seventy years of age...................... 6 13 38
of court of appeals, term of office

6 2 33
of court of record may not practice as attorneys or act
as referee.........

6 21 41
of inferior courts, how removed................

6 18 41
powers and lurisdiction, not suspended in certain cases.... 6 3 34
removals, cause to be entered on journal....

6 11 37
shall not sit in review of cases decided by nini

6 8 36
to be menibers of court of impeachment..............

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vacancies, how filled ........

6 3 33
appointees to fill, term of office

6 3 33
when governor may appoint to fill ......

6 3 33
votes given for, to be void ...

6 10 36
when to enter upon their duties........................................... 6 24 42
Judicial, decisions, free for publication

6 23 42
officers, except justices of the peace, not to receive fees or
perquisites of office...............

6 21 41
first election of.......

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legislature to direct time and manner of appointment. 6 19 41
may not serve after seventy years of age...............

6 13 38
those now in office may receive fees..... ............. 14 11 61
Jurisdiction of courts, when to be transferred.................... 14 5 59
Jurors, drawing, etc., of..........

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Jury, in libel cases, to determine law and fact.................... 1 8 11
right of trial by, secured, when waived...................

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to assess value of property.

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Justices, compensation.

6 13 38
compensation as such............

6 15 39
not to be diminished during term of office.

6 13 38
election and tenure of office

6 18 40
eligible at first election..

14 9 61
expiration of term of those in office....

6 25 12
first election of...............

14 4 59
how many to reside in each district............................... .. 6 6 35

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Justices, may be removed by concurrent resolution passed by
two-third vote .......

6 11 36
may be removed for cause, after opportunity for defense... 6 18 41
may hold courts in other counties..

6 15 39
may not hold any other office of public trust.

6 10 36
may not practice as attorney or act as referee..

6 21 41
may not receive to his own uses any fee or perquisite of
office ...........

6 21 41
may not sit in review of decision made by court of which
he was at the time a member....

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may receive fees.

6 21 41
members of court of sessions

6 15 39
not to hold office after seventy years of age................

6 13 33
number and classification regulated,..

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number necessary to hold general terms..

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official term.......

6 13 38
of peace, and district court justices, election of.. .......

6 13 40
of peace, vacancy how filled...

6 13 40
of supreme court, term of office of present incumbents..

6 6 35
of the old supreme court, office of, abolished....

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presiding, to act as such during term of oftice................. 6 7 35
removals, cause to be entered on journals..

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question on, how taken.

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to act till July, 1818..............

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to appoint reporter...

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to be chosen by electors of respective judicial districts....... 6 13 38
to be elected at annual town meetings.....

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to hold unexpired terms...

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question as to manner of appointment to be submitted to
people

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vacancies, how filled......

6 9 36
rotes for, other than for judicial office, void

6 10 36

King of Great Britain, grants of land by..

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Land, all to be allodial.........

cermin leases over twelve years, void...

ultimate property in.
Land office, commissioners of.......
Land purchases from Indians void, unless, etc......
Law and equity, supreme court of.......
Laws, certain, to be submitted to the people......

existing laws, how made part of an act....... .....................
mode of enacting (see Bills).
to be enacted by bill only .....
to be enforced by governor......

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Legislature, compensation of members of................

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each house not to adjourn without consent. . ...............

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each house to choose its own officers..

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each house to determine its own rules..

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each house to judge of elections, etc.............

10 21
each house to keep a journal, etc ..........

11 21
each house to keep open doors...

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extra session of, how called....

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freedom of debate in, secured..

3 12 21
legislative term, when to commence.........

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majority constitutes a quorum.

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may authorize judgments, etc., of courts of record in cities
removed to court of appeals for review.................

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may change mode of choosing officers......................

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may confer powers of local legislation........

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members not to receive civil appointments...........

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not to audit or allow a private claim .......

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not to grant extra compensation to public officers..

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not to pass private or local bills in certain cases..

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to create corporations by general laws........

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to declare what constitues vacancy....

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to direct as to appointment of judicial officers

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to elect governor and lieutenant-governor in certain cases.. 4 4 25
to fix time for electing militia officers..................

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to pass general laws

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to provide for delegates to convention.........

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to provide for filling vacancies in office..

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to provide for organization of cities and villages

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to provide for publication of all statutes.

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to provide removal of officers.......

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to restrict the powers of cities and villages...

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vote on removal of certain judicial officers, how taken.... 6 11 36
vote to be entered on journals................

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what constitutes...............

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when elected...............

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when to assemble .............

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who is ineligible to.........

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Liability of corporations and stockholders.... .........

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in banking business......

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Libel, law and facts to be determined by the jury .........

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truth to be given in evidence..

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Liberty of conscience not to justify acts of licentiousness, ctc. 1 3 10
Lieutenant-governor, commissioner of the canal fund........

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commissioner of the land office ....

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compensation of ..... ........

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election and tenure of office.................

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