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TRANSPORTATION COMPANIES—combination be-

tween prohibited, Art. 12, Sec. 20, p. 339.
fares and freights once lowered cannot be raised

without consent of government, 12, 20, p. 339.
government has power to regulate fares and

freights, 12, 20, p. 339.
discrimination as to persons and places prohibited,

12, 21, p. 340.
charges to way stations not to exceed charges

to stations beyond, 12, 21, p. 340.
excursion and commutation tickets may be at

special rates, 12, 21, p. 340.
state to be divided into three districts, 12, 22, p.

341.
a railroad commission to be elected, 12, 22, p. 341.
salary and term of office, 12, 22, p. 341.
qualification and disqualification for the office,

12, 22, p. 341.
act of majority to be the act of all, 12, 22, p. 341
powers and duties of commission, 12, 22, p. 34)
power to fix rates of fares and freights, 12, 22,
rates fixed deemed fair and reasonable, 12, 22, p.

341.
penalty for failure to conform to rates as fixed,

12, 22, p. 341.
imprisonment of officer, agent, etc., 12, 22, p. 341.

exemplary damages recoverable, 12, 22, p. 341.
TREASON-in what consists, 1, 20, p. 56.

evidence necessary to convict of, 1, 20, p. 56.

reprieve and pardon in case of, 7, 1, p. 221.
TREASURER—subject to impeachment,

18, p. 94.
refunding moneys, special legislation prohibited

4, 25, p. 110.
mode and time of election, 5, 17, p. 148.
term of office, 5, 17, p. 148.
compensation of, 5, 19, p. 149.
to canvass returns on revision of constitution, 18,

2, p. 394.
TREASURY-money, when and how drawn, 4, 32, p. 97.

members of legislature to be paid out of, 4, 23,

p. 341.

p. 101.

special statute cannot authorize refunding of

money, 4, 25, p. 110.
TREATY-of Guadalupe Hidalgo, p. 547.

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p. 393.

TRIAL BY JURY_right to, Art. 1, Sec, 7, p.

9.
three-fourths may render verdict, 1, 7, p. 9.
right to jury may be waived by consent, 1, 7, p. 9.
in criminal cases not felonies, 1, 7, p. 9.
no person to be twice in jeopardy of same of-

fense, 1, 13, p. 20.
nor compelled to be witness against himself, 1,

13, p. 20.
TRIAL FOR LIBEL-evidence in, 1, 9, p. 13.
TRIAL OF IMPEACHMENT—4, 17, p. 93.
TRUSTEES—of corporations and companies, liable

for embezzlement, 12, 3, p. 323.
TWO-THIRDS VOTE-required

to pass bill
veto, 4, 16, p. 91.
for conviction on impeachment, 4, 17, p. 93.
for increasing or diminishing number of judges,

6, 9, p. 202.
for removal of justices and judges, 6, 10, p. 203.
for removal of county seat, 11, 2, p. 243.
on proposed amendments to constitution, 18, 1,

on revision of constitution, 18, 2, p. 394.
UNAUTHORIZED AGREEMENT-null and void, 4,

32, p. 132.
UNCULTIVATED LANDS—at what value assessed,

13, 2, p. 361.
UNDUE INFLUENCE-on elections prohibited, 20,

11, p. 406.
UNIFORM OPERATION OF GENERAL LAWS-1,

11, p. 15.
UNITED STATES—official incompetent to hold state

office, 4, 20, p. 96.
property exempt from taxation, 13, 1, p. 346.
UNITED STATES CONSTITUTION-p. 515.
UNITED STATES SENATOR-governor ineligible to

office of, 5, 20, p. 151.
UNIVERSITY—appropriations, when prohibited, 4,

30, p. 128.
to constitute a public trust, 9, 9, p. 233.
organization and government of, 9, 9, p. 233.
legislative control over, 9, 9, p. 233.
to be independent of political and sectarian con-

trol, 9, 9, p. 233.
fund, how appropriated, 9, 9, p. 233.
sex not to debar admission to, 9, 9, p. 233.

USE OF STREETS—by gas and water companies,

Art. 11, Sec. 19, p. 313.

conditions of, 11, 19, p. 313.
VACANCY-in legislature, how filled, 4, 12, p. 89.

in office, when filled by governor, 5, 8, p. 141.
in office of governor, how filled, 5, 15, p. 146.
to fill vacancy in justices of supreme court, 6, 3,

p. 160.

in superior court, 6, 6, p. 198.
of state prison directors, how filled, 10, 1, p. 239.
in board of supervisors, by whom filled, 11, 7,

p. 263.

in office of railroad commission, 12, 22, p. 341.
VALIDATING ACTS—of deeds, wills, etc., by special

legislation, prohibited, 4, 25, p. 110.
VALIDITY-of statutes, p. X.
when in part invalid, p. xiv.

See Statutes.
VENUE—special acts to change prohibited, 4, 25, p.

110.
VETO-power of governor, 4, 16, p. 91.

two-thirds of members' elected may pass bill

over, 4. 16, p. 91.
VIVA VOCE--elections by legislature to be, 4, 28,
VOCATION-sex not to disqualify from following,

20, 18, p. 412.
VOTE-property qualification not to be required, 1,

24, p. 59.
qualification for right to, 2, 1, p. 60.
to be by ballot, 2, 5, p. 66.
on election by legislature to be viva voce, 4, 28,

p. 128.

p. 128.

and entered on journal, 4, 28, p. 128.
on removal of county seat, 11, 2, p. 243.
two-thirds required, 11, 2, p. 243.
on organization of county governments, 11, 4, p.

246.
on city charter, how taken, 11, 8, p. 265.
three-fifths required, 11, 8, p. 265.
corporations may cumulate or distribute, 12, 12,
to be taken on creation of state debt, 16, 1, p.
P. 59.

385.

p. 333.

VOTE-on proposed aniendment to constitution, Art.

18, Sec. 1, p. 393.
on revision of constitution, 18, 2, p. 394.
VOTERS-property qualification not required, 1, 24,

who are and who are not, 2, 1, p. 60.
privilege from arrest, 2, 2, p. 64.
exemption from militia duty, 2, 3, p. 66.
residence, test of, 2, 4, p. 66.
persons convicted of certain crimes disfran.

chised, 20, 11, p. 406.
VOTING MACHINES—use of, 2, 6, p. 67.
WAIVER—of right to trial by jury, 1, 7, p. 9.
WARDEN OF STATE PRISON-appointment of, 10,

3, p. 240.
power to appoint officers and employees, 10, 3,

duties to be defined by legislature, 10, 5, p. 240.
WARRANTS—of arrest, issuance of, 1, 19, p. 55.
WATER-right to introduce into cities, etc., 11, 19, p.

313.
WATER AND WATER RIGHTS-14, 1, p. 377.

appropriation declared a public use, 14, 1, p. 377.
subject to regulation and control of state, 14, 1,
rates to be fixed by supervisors annually, 14, 1,

p. 240.

P. 377.

P. 377.

p. 377.

order, when to take effect, 14, 1, p. 377.
peremptory process on failure to fix rates, 14, 1,
forfeiture of franchise for collecting other than

established rates, 14, 1, p. 377.
right to collect rates a franchise, 14, 2, p. 382.
to be exercised under authority of law, 14, 2, p.

382.
WATER COMPANIES-in cities, right to regulate

charges, 11, 19, p. 313.
WATER FRANCHISE--when liable to forfeiture,

14, 1, p. 377.
WATER' RATES-in cities and towns, to be fixed

annually by supervisors, 14, 1, p. 377.

forfeiture for excessive charges, 14, 1,
WATER WORKS-gronud of forfeiture, 14, 1, p. 377.
WATERING STOCKS—by fictitious increase, void,

12, 11, p. 333.
Constitution-42

p. 377.

WHARFAGE-charges to be regulated by legisla-

tion, Art. 4, Sec. 33, p. 134.
WIFE-separate property of, 20, 8, p. 405.
WILLS—cannot be validated by special acts, 4, 25,

p. 110.
WITNESS-no religious restrictions, 1, 4, p. 7.

not to be unreasonably detained, 1, 6, p. 8.
nor confined with criminals, 1, 6, p. 8.
deposition of in criminal cases, 1, 13, p. 20.
right of accused to have, 1, 13, p. 20.
no person to be compelled to testify against him-

self, 1, 13, p. 20.
concurrence necessary in treason, 1, 20, p. 56.
WRITS-appellate jurisdiction of supreme court,

4, p. 161.
where returnable, 6, 4, p. 161.
original jurisdiction of superior court, 6, 5, p. 179.
unaffected by adoption of new constitution,

2, p. 419.
YEAS AND NAYS—to be taken on final passar

bills, 4, 15, p. 90.
to be entered on minutes, 4, 15, p. 90.
to be taken on vote on proposed amendments,

18, 1, p. 393.
YUBA-a superior judge to be elected, 6, 6, p. 198.

salary of judge, 6, 17, p. 211.

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