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SUPREME COURT—justice may act at chambers, Art.

6, Sec. 2, p. 155.
concurrence of three necessary to judgment, 6, 2,

p. 155.

p. 155.

chief justice to apportion business, 6, 2, p. 155.
may order question heard in bank, 6, 2, p. 155.
either before or after judgment, 6, 2, p. 155.
order to be made within thirty days, 6, 2, p. 155.
and concurred in by two justices, 6, 2, p. 155.
its effect is to vacate judgment, 6, 2, p. 155.
four justices may order hearing in bank, 6, 2, p.

155.
judgment final if order not made in time, 6, 2, p.

155.
judgment by department not final till thirty days,

6, 2, p. 155.
unless approved by chief justice and two justices,

6, 2, p. 155.
chief justice may convene court in bank at any

time, 6, 2, p. 155.
to preside, 6, 2, p. 155.
concurrence of four necessary for judgment, 6, 2,
if four do not concur all qualified must sit, 6, 2,

p. 155.
and concurrence of four necessary to judgment, 6,

2, p. 155.
decisions in all cases to be in writing, 6, 2, p. 155.
and grounds to be set forth, 6, 2, p. 155.
chief justice may preside in either department,

6, 2, p. 155.
justices assigned to select one to preside, 6, 2, p.

155.
when may select chief justice, 6, 2, p. 155.
when chief justice and justices to be elected, 6,

3, p. 160.
term of office, 6, 3, p. 160.
justices first elected to classify by lot, 6, 3, p.

160.
so as to vacate two seats every four years, 6, 3, p.
entry of classification on minutes, 6, 3, p. 160.
and to be filed with secretary of state, 6, 3, p.

160.

p. 161.

SUPREME COURT-in case of vacancy governor to

appoint, Art. 6, Sec. 3, p. 160.
first election under new constitution, 6, 3, p. 160.

opinions to be published, 6, 16, p. 211.
SUPREME COURT COMMISSION-6, 25, p. 220.
SURVEYOR GENERAL—subject to impeachment, 4,

18, p. 94.
mode and time of election, 5, 17, p. 148.
compensation of, 5, 19, p. 149.

legislature may abolish office, 5, 19, p. 149.
SUTTER-a superior judge to be elected, 6, 6, p. 198.

salary of judge, 6, 17, p. 211.
TAX-appellate jurisdiction of supreme court, 6, 4,

original jurisdiction of superior court, 6, 5, p.

179.
commutation of prohibited, 11, 10, p. 286.
assessment and collection by municipal corpora-

tions, 11, 12, p. 297.
TAXATION -- local and special legislation prohibited,

4, 25, p. 110.
property cannot be exempted by special acts, 4,

25, p. 110.
assessment of revenue under township organiza-

tion, 11, 4, p. 246.
for municipal purposes, restriction of legislature,

11, 12, p. 297.
municipal corporations may be invested with pow.

ers of, 11, 12, p. 297.
to be in proportion to values, 13, 1, p. 346.
what property taxable, p. 349.
valuation of property, p. 356.
for public improvements, p. 358.
assessment according to value, p. 355.
exemption from, p. 353.
licenses, 357.
land and improvements to be separately assessed,

13, 2, p. 361.
of sectionized and unsectionized lands, 13, 3, p.

361.
securities taxable, 13, 4, p. 362.
a lien on property and securities, 13, 4, p. 362.
contract to pay tax on loan void, 13, 5, p. 365.
power of, cannot be surrendered in grant or con-

tract, 13, 6, p. 366.

TAXATION—payment by installments, Art. 13, Sec.

7, p. 366.
sworn statement to be given annually, 13, 8, p.

366.
of property held at a certain day and hour, 13,

8, p. 366.
state board of equalization to be elected, 13, 9,
county board of equalization, who constitute, 13,

9, p. 368.
duties of board, 13, 9, p. 368.
property, where assessed, 13, 10, p. 372.
state board to assess property of railroads in more

than one county, 13, 10, p. 372.
and ap portion amount among the counties, 13, 10,

p. 368.

p. 372.

in proportion to number of miles in each, 13, 10,

p. 372.

income taxes may be assessed, 13, 11, p. 375.
annual poll tax may be levied, 13, 12, p. 375.
legislature to carry out constitutional provisions,

13, 13, p. 376.

See Assessment; Revenue and Taxation.
TAXPAYER-statement, when to be made, 13, 8, p.

366.
TEACHERS-examination under control of local

boards, 9, 7, p. 230.

certificates on examination, 9, 7, p. 230.
TECHNICAL SCHOOLS—may be established, 9, 6, p.

228.
TELEGRAPH COMPANIES—legislature may regulate

charges, 4, 33, p. 134.
TEN DAYS—after session given for approval of bill,

4, 16, p. 91.
TERM OF OFFICE-of assemblymen, 4, 3, p. 82.

of senators, 4, 4, p. 82.
of governor, 5, 2, p. 140.
of lieutenant-governor, 5, 15, p. 146.
of state officers, 5, 17, p. 148.
of justices of supreme court, 6, 3, p. 160.
of judges of superior courts, 6, 6, p. 198.
of superintendent of public instruction, 9, 2, p.

225.
of county superintendent of schools, 9, 3, p. 226.
of state prison directors, 10, 1, p. 239.

p. 408.

p. 408.

TERM OF OFFICE-of county officers, Art. 11, Sec.

5, p. 248.
of city, county, and township officers, 11, 9, p.

284.
of county officers not to be extended, 11, 9, p.

284.
of railroad commissioners, 12, 20, p. 339.
of state board of equalization, 13, 9, p. 368.
not herein provided to be declared by 'aw, 20, 16,
not to exceed four years under statute, 20, 16,
when to commence, 20, 20, p. 413.

at first election, 20, 20, p. 413.
TEST--not required as a qualification for office, 20,

3, p. 402.
TESTIMONY-on prosecution for lobbying, 4, 35, p.

136.
TEXT-BOOKS--shall be adopted by local boards, 9,

7, p. 230.

not to be changed within four years, 9, 7, p. 230.
THREE-FIFTHS' VOTE-required to amend city char-

ter, 11, 8, p. 265.
TICKETS-in lottery, sale of prohibited, 4, 26, p. 125.

on transportation lines not to be given at a dis-

count, 12, 19, p. 339.
free tickets prohibited to state officers, 12, 19, p.

339.
exception as to railroad commissioners, 12, 21, p.

340.
TIDE LANDS-owners of not to exclude right of

way over waters adjoining, 15, 2, p. 384.
within two miles of cities or towns to be with-
held from sale or grant, 15, 3, p.

384.
TITLE OF ACT—to express the subject, 4, 24, p. 101.
TOLLS—appellate jurisdiction of supreme court, 6, 4,

original jurisdiction of superior court, 6, 5, p.

179.
TORTS—imprisonment for, 1, 15, p. 46.
TOWN COUNCIL-to fix water rates annually, 14,

1, p. 377.
TOWN GOVERNMENTS—11, 6, p. 254.
TOWN PLATS-special legislation prohibited, 4, 25,

p. 161.

p. 110.

P. 304.

TOWNS—may make police or sanitary regulations,

Art. 11, Sec. 11, p. 286.
legislature may vest power of taxation in, 11,

12, p. 297.
to appoint inspection officers, 11, 14, p. 304.
money collected to be paid into treasury, 11, 16,
restriction on power to incur debts, 11, 18, p. 306.
provisions to be made for payment, 11, 18, p. 306.
liabilities of, when void, 11, 18, p. 306.
may protect themselves from alien paupers, 19,

1, p. 396.

may remove Chinese, 19, 4, p. 398.
TOWNSHIPS-prohibited from giving or loaning cred.

it, 4, 31, p. 129.
legislature to provide for organization of, by gen.

eral laws, 11, 4, p. 246.
assessment and collection of revenue, 11, 4, p.

246.
election and appointment of officers, 11, 5, p. 248.
may make police and sanitáry regulations, 11, 11,

P. 286.

power of taxation may be delegated to, 11, 12, p.

297.
TOWNSHIP OFFICERS—to be governed by general

laws only, 4, 25, p. 110.
THREE-FOURTHS OF JURY-may render verdict,

1, 7, p. 9.
TRANSFER-of corporation stock, where to be made,

12, 14, p. 334.
TRANSMISSION-of property rights of foreigner, 1,

17, p. 54.
TRANSPORTATION COMPANIES—are common car-

riers, 12, 17, p. 337.
right to connect with companies at state line, 12,

17, p. 337.
delay or discrimination prohibited, 12, 17, p. 337.
supplies or materials not to be furnished by offi-

cer or agent of company, 12, 18, p. 338.
not to grant free passes to state officials, 12, 19,

P. 339.

acceptance of such a forfeiture of office, 12, 19,

p. 339.

exception as to railroad commissioners, 12, 19,

P. 339.

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