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(WITH CITATIONS FROM, UP TO AND INCLUDING
CONSTITUTION OF CALIFORNIA-
Sections from the Constitution of California
Relating to Corporations.
SEC. 26. The Legislature shall have no power to authorize lotteries or gift enterprises for any purpose, and shall pass laws to prohibit the sale in this State of lottery or gift enterprise tickets, or tickets in any scheme in the nature of a lottery. The Legislature shall pass laws to regulate or prohibit the buying and selling of the shares of the capital stock of corporations in any stock board, stock exchange, or stock market under the control of any association. All contracts for the sale of shares of the capital stock of any corporation or association, on margin, or to be delivered at a future day, shall be void, and any money paid on such contracts may be recovered by the party paying it, by suit in any court of competent jurisdiction.
67 Cal. 93; 68 Cal. 289; 87 Cal. 697; 89 Cal. 378; 103 Cal. 328; 104 Cal. 599; 109 Cal. 692; 119 Cal. 465 ; 127 Cal. 118; 130 Cal. 326; 145 Cal. 658.
Charges by certain corporations, regulation of.
SEC. 33. The Legislature shall pass laws for the regulation and limitation of the charges for services performed and commodities furnished by telegraph and gas corporations, and the charges by corporations or individuals for storage and wharf