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Sec.

M.

Sec.
Of election, shall be furnished

with list of persons whose poll-
taxes are unpaid,

38
Judiciary Department,

87-109
Judiciary Circuits of State, num-
ber and composition,

94
May be rearranged, how,

95
Jury may be dispensed with in crim-
inal prosecutions, when,

8
General Assembly may provide for
juries of less than twelve,

8, 11
Justices of the peace, appointment

or election, and jurisdiction of,
to be provided for by General
Assembly,

108

K.

Magistrate, office of, not to be hered-

itary,
General Assembly may provide for
trial of offences by,

8
Magisterial districts to remain as

before constitution until chang-

ed by law; limitation as to size, 111
Shall constitute separate school
district,

132
Military subordinate to civil power, 13
Militia proper defence of State, 13
Governor commander-in-chief of

militia, powers of Governor in
reference to,

73
Mayor, how elected, term of office,

duties; power to investigate acts
of officials, and examine under
oath; evidence so given not to be
used against officials in criminal
proceedings; shall have power to
suspend city officials and remove
them when authorized by Gen-
eral Assembly for misconduct,
etc.; no removal without notice
and hearing; how removal ap-
pealed from,

120
When elected, beginning of term,

election not to occur at same
time as that of other elective
officers,

122
Effect of veto of, of items of ap-
propriation ordinance,

123

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Laws, power of suspending, with-

out consent of representatives of
people injurious, and ought not
to be exercised,

7
Tax laws must state tax spe-
cifically,

50
What laws require recorded vote, 50
How enacted,

50
No law to embrace more than one
object; how amended,

52
Title must state object,

52
When to take effect,

53
What local, special, or private,
prohibited,

63
Special laws not to surrender right
of taxing corporations, except
as provided,

64
Private corporations, associations,

or persons not excepted from
operation of general law,

64
Legislative Department,

40-68
Legislator, office of, not to be hered-
itary,

4
Library (see State Library).
Lieutenant-Governor, term of office, 77
Duties, compensation,

78-79
Liquor laws, General Assembly to
have right to enact,

62
Literary Fund, what shall be set
apart as,

134
Interest to be applied to schools, 135
Lottery, authorization of, by law

forbidden, and buying, selling, or
transferring of lottery tickets
forbidden,

Offence, no man to be put twice in
jeopardy for same,

8
Officers, who eligible,

32
When terms begin,

33
Shall serve until successors elected
and qualified,

33
Shall swear to support Constitu-

tion of United States and of
Virginia,

34
What officers ineligible for elec-

tion to General Assembly, 44
In what cases bond required, 85
If not otherwise provided, how
elected or appointed,

120
When elected, beginning of term, 122
County, when elected, commence-

ment and duration of terms of
office,

112

60

120

Sec.
No person to hold more than one
county office,

113
Of city, titles, duties, etc.,
Mayor and council, when elected, 122
Of insane hospitals, how appoint-
ed and removed,

151
Organization and government of
counties,

110-115
Of cities and towns,

116-128
Ordinances of city council,

123
Oysters, natural beds, rocks and

shoals shall be held in trust for
people,

175

Sec.
Sale of corporate,

125
Property qualification of voters, 19
General Assembly may provide, in
local elections,

30
May be prescribed by General As-
sembly,

31
Prosecutions for crimes and offences

regulated,
Criminal, defendant has right to

demand cause and nature of ac-
cusation,

8
Punishments, cruel and unusual,
ought not to be inflicted,

9
R.

8

P.

Railroad Commissioner, office of,

shall cease to exist on organiza-

tion of corporation commission, 156%
Recorded vote, shall be had on re-

quest of one-fifth of members
of General Assembly,

49
What laws require,

50
Registrations, when held,

19
Who may register, previous to
January 1, 1904,

19
Who may register, after January
1, 1904,

20
Roll to be sworn and certified to

by officers and filed in clerk's
office of Circuit Court or Corpo-
ration Court,

19
Persons registered not required to

register again unless they have
ceased to be residents of State
or become disqualified,

19
Person denied registration may ap-
peal,

19
General Assembly to provide for
annual,

25
Registration, General Assembly shall

provide for annual registration
and transfers, and appeal from
and correction of,

25.
Person entitled to vote at next
election admitted to,

26
Registrars of election, how appoint-
ed and who not eligible,

31
Religion, freedom of,

16, 58
Residence (see Voters and Registra-

tions).
Revenue, appeal allowed Common-

wealth in criminal prosecutions

for violation of revenue law, 8
Rights, Bill of,

1-17
Limits only those expressed
therein,

17
S.

19, 20

Penitentiary, branches and farms, 147
Directors of, how appointed, num-

ber, duties, powers, and terms
of office,

148
Sperintendent of, how appointed,

powers, duties, term of office;

how and for what removed, 148
Surgeons of, how appointed, term

of office; how and for what re-
moved,

148
Pensions, General Assembly may

levy special tax for; appropria-
tion for,

189
People, power vested in and derived
from,

2
Poll-tax, payment of, requisite for

registration and voting,
When not requisite,

22
When enforced by legal process,

22
Further evidence of payment of,
may be prescribed,

38
List of unpaid, how corrected, 38
Treasurer to file list of persons

who have not paid; what list
to contain, how same to be
posted,

38
Power vested in and derived from
the people,

2
President of the Senate, Lieutenant-
Governor shall be,

79
Press, freedom of,
Primary election, who may vote, 35
General Assembly shall enact

proper laws for governing, 36
Privileges, no man entitled to ex-

clusive emoluments or, except
for public gervices,

4
Process of lay, no person to be de-

prived of property without, 11
Property, no person to be deprived

of, without due process of law, 11
In controversies respecting, trial
by jury preferable,

11
Private, not to be taken for pub-

lic use without compensation, 58

12, 58

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83

Sec.
Salaries, of Governor,

72
Of officers of Executive Depart-

ment to be fixed by law,
Of judges; how paid,

103
Schools, system of public, to be
maintained,

129
What money to be applied to;
how apportioned,

135
Local taxes for; how raised, ap-
portioned and expended,

136
When free text-books provided, 139
White and colored children not to
be taught in same school,

140
Limitation to appropriations to, 141
School districts (see Education).
School divisions (see Education).
School superintendents (see Educa-

tion).
School trustees (see Education.)
Secretary of the Commonwealth,

election and duties; disposition
of fees collected by,

81
Senate, number of members, how
and when elected,

41
Qualifications of a senator,

44
When it may choose president
pro tem.,

47
Sergeant of city, how elected, term
of office, duties,

120
Services, public, no man entitled to

exclusive or separate emolu-

ments or privileges except for, 4
Sheriff, how elected,

110
County not responsible for acts of, 114
To post copies of list of unpaid

poll-taxes, and make return of
same,

38
Sinking Fund, how provided and

maintained; every law creating
a debt or authorizing loan shall
provide for a sinking fund for
payment of same,

187
Slaves, children of, when they may
inherit property,

195
Speaker of the House of Delegates

to be elected by the House, 47
Special Court of Appeals, General

Assembly may provide for, how
constituted,

89
Speech, freedom of,

12, 58
Soldiers, when legal residence not
gained,

24
State Library, how managed; who
shall appoint lil rian

and em-
ployees of,

132
State Treasurer, election; duties to
be prescribed by law,

81
"Stay laws,” General Assembly pro-
hibited from passing,

194

Sec.
Streets, use of, by corporations, 124
Suffrage, who should have,

6
Superintendent of the Poor to be

appointed as prescribed by law, 110
Superintendent of Public Instruc-

tion, qualifications, how and
when elected; term of office; va-
cancy in office, how filled; duties
and compensation,

131
Supervisors, Board of, how elected,
time of meetings, duties,

111
General Assembly may grant by

general law powers of local
legislation to,

65
Supreme Court of Appeals to con-

sist of five judges, three of
whom may hold court,

88
Jurisdiction; what cases appeal-
able,

88
Assent of three judges required to

declare a law unconstitutional, 88
Opinions to be written and pre-
served,

90
How judges chosen, qualifications,
terms of office,

91
Officers of, how appointed; duties,

terms and compensation to be
prescribed by law,

92
Places of session to be prescribed
by law,

93
Has exclusive jurisdiction of ap-

peals from corporation commis-
sion, or to interfere with or en-
join same,

156d

T.

or

Taxation founded on consent,

6
Law creating tax must state same
specifically,

50
Right of State to tax corpora-

tions or corporate property not
to be surrendered or suspended
by any general law except as
authorized by Article XIII.; no
private corporation, association

individual exempted from
any general law,
Assessment for municipal, to be

same as for State taxation, 128
How school tax levied and ap-
plied,

135, 136
And Finance,

168-189
Shall be general and uniform, 168
Assessments of property to be at

fair market value; General As-
sembly may allow cities and
towns to impose lower raties for
a period of years on

certain

64

800.
Of city, how elected, terms, quali-
cations,

120
Treasury, how money to be paid out
of,

186
Trial by jury, defendant in criminal

prosecutions has right to speedy, 8.
Trusts, General Assembly shall enact

laws preventing, inimical to pub-
lic welfare,

165

V.

voce

Seo.
land than on other; General As-
sembly may segregate property
into classes after January 1,
1913,

169
Income, license and franchise taxes

may be levied; when franchise
tax levied, or whole capital of
corporation taxed, shares not to
be further taxed,

170
What taxes for street or other

improvements may be levied by
cities and towns on abutting
property owners,

170
Reassessments of real property
for,

171
Assessment of coal and other
mineral land,

172
State capitation tax, how levied

and applied; not a lien superior
to poor debtor's law; additional
ca pitation tax may be allowed
counties, cities and towns; how
same applied,

173
Statute of limitations not to run

against State's claim for taxes;
failure to assess not to defeat
subsequent assessment and col-
lection of taxes unless property
purchased for value without no-
tice, when taxes may be collect-

ed from date of purchase, 174
Of real estate of railroad and
canal companies,

176
Franchise tax of railroad and canal
companies,

177, 178
When sections 176-180 apply;

General Assembly to have power

to change system if inoperative, 181
How shares of banks and trust
companies taxed.

182
What property shall be exempt
from taxation,

183
Taxes to be ollected by proper

officers and paid into state
treasury,

186
No greater amount of, shall be

levied than necessary for ex-
penses or to pay indebtedness
of State,

188
Rate of state taxation,

189
General Assembly may levy spe-
cial tax for pensions,

189
Towns (see Cities and Towns).
Treasurer of county or city shall file

with clerk of Circuit or Corpo-
ration Court list of persons who
have not paid poll-tax; what
such list to contain,

38
Of county, how elected, terms,
qualifications,

110

Veterans of army or navy, suffrage

privilege of veterans and song
of veterans,

19
Of civil war need not pay poll-tax
in order to vote,

22
Viva vote in representative
bodies,

27
Vote in Legislative bodies shall be
viva voce,

27
Voters, qualifications of, 18, 19, 20, 21
Male citizen, twenty-one years of

age, who has been resident of
State two years, of county, city
or town one year, of precinct
thirty days next preceding elec-
tion, has been registered and has
paid poll-tax, entitled to vote for

all officers elective by the people, 18
Removal from one precinct to an-

other in same county, city or
town shall not deprive person of
right to vote in precinct from
which he has moved until expi-
ration of thirty days from re-
moval,

18
•Not disqualified for non-payment

of poll-tax if they have served
in army or navy, etc.,

22
What persons excluded from vot-

ing,
When residence as to suffrage shall
not be deemed gained,

24
Privileges of, during elections, 29
May erase and substitute names on

ballot,
Qualified voters eligible to any
office,

32
Who may vote in primary elec-
tions,

35
Voting machines, General Assembly
may provide for use of,

37
Virginia Polytechnic Institute, pres-

ident to be ex-officio member of
Board of Agriculture and Im-
migration,

143
President of Board of Agriculture

and Immigration ex-officio mem-
ber of Board of Visitors of Vir-
ginia Polytechnic Institute, 146

23

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G.
General Assembly, extra session of, 19

Powers, duties and compensation, 20
To take oath to Constitution,

22
Governor, certified copy of Consti-

tution to be delivered by Sec-

retary of Commonwealth to, 23
Election, term, etc.,
To take oath to Constitution, 22
Proclamation of, what same shall
contain,

24

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C.
Charters,

13
Circuit Courts,

7
City council, members of,

15
City courts, terms of judges,

7
Privileges of certain judges to
practice law,

7
City officers,

14, 16
Clerks of courts,

8
Clerk of House of Delegates,

21
Clerk of Senate,

21
Commonwealth's Attorney,

10
Commissioner of Labor and Indus-
trial Statistics,

11
Commissioner of the Revenue, 10
Commissioner of State Hospitals, 12
Constitution, oath to support, who
shall take, preservation

of
blanks,

22
Preservation of official copy,

23
Takes effect when,
To be transcribed in a book and

kept in office of Secretary of
Commonwealth,

23
Certified copy to be delivered to
Governor,

23
Corporation Commission, State, 12
County courts,

7
Privileges of judges to practice

7

10

22

25

J.
Justices of the peace,
Judges to take oath to support Con-
stitution,

L.
Laws, common and statute, to re-

main in force, not repugnant to
or repealed by Constitution,

M.
Manager of State Prison Farm,
Mayor,

N.
Notaries public,

1

11
15

law,

11

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