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Sec. 19. The Legislature not to audit or allow any private claim.
Sec. 23. Local legislative powers conferred on boards of supervisors.
Sec. 24. No extra compensation to be granted to a public officer, servant, agent or contractor.
Sec. 25. Sections seventeen and eighteen not to apply to certain bills.
ARTICLE IV. Section 1. Executive power, how vested. Sec. 2. Requisite qualifications of Governor.
Sec. 3. Time and manner of electing Governor and Lieutenant-Governor.
Sec. 4. Duties and power of Governor - his compensation. Sec. 5. Pardoning power vested in the Governor.
Sec. 6. Powers of Governor to devolve on Lieutenant-Governor.
Sec. 7. Requisite qualifications of Lieutenant-Governor - To be President of the Senate, and to act as Governor in certain cases.
Sec. 8. Compensation of Lieutenant-Governor.
Sec. 9. Bills to be presented to the Governor for signature – If returned by him with objections, how disposed of — Bills to be returned within ten days — After adjournment, bills must be approved in thirty days, else cannot become law — Governor may object to items of appropriation in any bill.
Sec. 2. State Engineer and Surveyor, how chosen and term of office.
Sec. 3. Superintendent of Public Works, powers and duties. Sec. 4. Superintendent of Prisons, powers and duties of.
Sec. 5. Commissioners of the Land Office — Commissioners of the Canal Fund – Capal Board.
Sec. 6. Powers and duties of boards, etc.
Sec. 7. Treasurer may be suspended by Governor
ARTICLE VI. Section 1. Impeachment – Assembly has power of — Effect of judgment.
Sec. 2. Court of Appeals – Judges how chosen — Appointment of clerk.
Sec. 3. Vacancies in office of Judge of Court of Appeals; how filled.
Sec. 4. Causes pending in Court of Appeals to be referred to Commissioners of Appeals.
Sec. 5. Commissioners of Appeals - Vacancies how filled — Chief Commissioner to be appointed.
Sec. 6. Supreme Court - Jurisdiction -- Justices — Judicial Districts, number of Justices in; may be altered without increasing number.
Sec. 7. Terms of Supreme Court.
Sec. 8. Judge or Justice may not sit in review of decisions made by him, etc.
Sec. 9. Vacancy in office of Justice of Supreme Court, how filled.
Sec. 10. Judges of Court of Appeals, or Justices of Supreme Court, to hold no other office.
Sec. 11. Removals — Proceedings in relation to.
Sec. 13. Justice of Supreme Court or Judges of City Courts, how chosen — Term of office — Restriction as to age.
Sec. 14. Compensation of Judges or Justices — Not to be diminished during term of office.
Sec. 15. County Courts.
Sec. 17. Judge of Court of Appeals, or Justice of Supreme
Sec. 20. Clerks of Supreme Court and Court of Appeals.
Sec. 21. No judicial officer, except Justice of the Peace, to receive fees.
Sec. 22. Judgments, etc., may be ordered directly to Court of Appeals for review.
Sec. 23. Publication of Statutes to be provided for.
Sec. 28. Court of Appeals may order causes to be heard by Commission of Appeals.
ARTICLE VII. Section 1. Caual debt - Sinking Fund—June 1, 1846, $1,300,000 – June 1, 1859, $1,700,000.
Sec. 2. General Fund Debt -- Sinking Fund, $350,000; after certain period, $1,500,000.
Sec. 3. Two hundred thousand dollars of the surplus canal rerenues annually appropriated to General Fund, and the remainder to specific public works — Certain deficiencies in the revenues not exceeding $2,250,000, annually to be supplied from the revenues of the canals - Contractors, no extra com pensation to be made to.
Sec. 4. Loans to incorporated companies not to be released or compromised.
Sec. 5. Legislature shall, by equitable taxes, increase the revenues of the Sinking Fund in certain cases.
Sec. 6. Certain canals of the State not to be leased or soldExpenditures, for collections and repairs, limited—Funds from leases or sale, how applied.
Sec. 7. Salt springs.
Sec. 12. Limitation of the legislative power in the creation of debts.
Sec. 13. Sinking funds to be separately kept and safely invested.
Sec. 14. Claims barred by lapse of time-Limitation of existing claims.
ARTICLE VIII. Section 1. Corporations, bow created. Sec. 2. Debts of corporations. SEC. 3. “Corporations" defined. Sec. 4. Charters for savings banks and banking purposes. Sec. 5. Specie payments. Sec. 6. Registry of bills or notes. SEC. 7. Individual responsibility of stockholders. Sec. 8. Insolvency of banks, preference. Sec. 9. Legislature to provide for the incorporation of cities and villages, and to define powers thereof in certain cases.
Sec. 10. The credit or money of the State not to be given or loaned.
Sec. 11. Counties, cities, towns and villages not to give money or property or loan their money or credit — Their power to contract debts limited.
ARTICLE IX. Section 1 Common School, Literature and United States De. posit Funds.
Sec. 2. Officers, how chosen or appointed.
Sec. 3. Officers to be appointed by Governor and Senate Commissary-General.
Sec. 4. Election of militia officers.
ARTICLE XIV. Section 1. Election – Term of office of Senators and Members of Assembly.
Sec. 2. First election of Governor and Lieutenant-Governor, wben.
Sec. 3. State officers, and others, to remain in office till De. cember 31, 1847.
Sec. 4. First election of judicial officers, when.
Sec. 7. Vacancy in office of Chancellor or Justice of Supreme Court, bow filled.
Sec. 8. Offices abolished.
Sec. 9. Chancellor and Justices of present Supreme Court eligible.
Sec. 10. Officers to hold until expiration of term.
: ARTICLE XV. Section 1. Bribery and official corruption. Sec. 2. The same subject.