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W. B. HEYBURN, JOHN HOGAN, J. M. HOWE, E. S. JEWELL, G. W. KING, H. B. KINPORT, JAS. W. LAMOREAUX, JOHN LEWIS, WM. C. MAXEY, A. E. MAYHEW, W. J. M'CONNELL, HENRY MELDER, JOHN H. MYER, JOHN T. MORGAN, A. B. MOSS, AARON F. PARKER, A. J. PIERCE, A. J. PINKHAM, J. W. POE, THOS. PYEATT, JAS. W. REID, W. D. ROBBINS, WM. H. SAVIDGE, AUG. M. SINNOTT, JAMES M. SHOUP, DREN W. STANDROD, FRANK STEUNENBERG, HOMER STULL, WILLIS SWEET, SAM. F. TAYLOR, J. L. UNDERWOOD, LYCURGUS VINEYARD, J. S. WHITTON, EDGAR WILSON, W. W. WOODS, JOHN LEMP, N. I. ANDREWS, P. M'MAHON, SAMUEL J. PRITCHARD, J. W. BRIGHAM, P. J. PEFLEY.
Bill of Rights. Section 1. Inherent and inalienable rights. 2. Due process of law. 3. Liberty of conscience guaran
teed. 4. Freedom of speech.-Libel. 5. Right of trial by jury. 6. Unreasonable searches and seiz
ures. 7. Bail allowed.-Writ of habeas
corpus. $. Indictment required. Grand
jury. 9. Rights of persons accused of
Legislatice Department. 1. General Assembly. 2. Elections - Vacancies. 3. Who are eligible. 4. Disqualification by crime. 5. Oath of officers. 6. Senatorial appointment. 7. and 8. Representatives — (Inop
erative.) 7. and 8. Minority representation. 9. Time of meeting General rules. 10. Open sessions Adjournments
- Journals - Protests. 11. Style of laws. 12. Origin and passage of bills. 13. Reading Printing Title
Section 21. Reports of State officers. 22. Great seal of Illinois, 23. Fees and salaries. 24. Definition of "office." 25. Oath of civil officers.
Section 14. Privileges of members. 15. Disabilities of members. 16. Appropriations. 17. Payment of money.-Statement
of expenses. 18. Ordinary expenses Casual de
ficits Appropriations limited. 19. Extra compensation or allow
ance. 20. Public credit not loaned. 21. Pay and mileage of members. 22. Special legislation prohibited. 23. Against release from liability. 24. Proceedings on impeachment. 25. Fuel, stationery and printing. 26. State not to be sued. 27. Lotteries and gift enterprises. 28. Terms of office not extended. 29. Protection of miners. 30. Concerning roads Public and
private. 31. Draining and ditching. 32. Homestead and exemption laws. 33. Completion of the State house.
Executive Department. 1. Officers Terms. 2. State Treasurer. 3. Time of electing State officers. 4. Returns Tie - Contested elec
tion. 5. Eligibility for office. 6. Governors Powers and duty. 7. His message and statement. 8. Convening the General Assem
bly. 9. Proroguing the General Assem
bly. 10. Nominations by the Governor. 11. Vacancies may be filled. 12. Removals by the Governor. 13. Reprieves — Commutations-Par
dons. 14. Governor Commander - in
Chief. 15. Impeachment of officers. 16. Veto power. 17. Lieutenant-Governor. 18. President of the Senate. 19. Vacancy in Governor's office. 20. Vacancy in other State offices.
Judicial Department. 1. Courts established. 2. Supreme Court.–Jurisdiction. 3. Qualifications of Supreme
Judge. 4. Terms of the Supreme Court. 5. Grand divisions.-Districts. 6. Election of Supreme Judges. 7. Salaries of the Supreme Judges. 8. Appeals and writs of error. 9. Reporter. 10. Clerks of the Supreme Court. 11. Appellate courts authorized. 12. Circuit courts.-Jurisdiction. 13. Judicial circuits. 14. Time of holding Circuit Courts. 15. Judges.-Increase. 16. Salaries of the Circuit judges. 17. Qualifications of judges and
county commissioners. 18. County judges.-County clerks. 19. Appeals from county courts. 20. Probate courts authorized. 21. Justices of the peace and con
stables. 22. State's attorney in each county. 23. Cook County Courts of Record. 24. Chief justice.-Power of judges. 25. Salaries of the judges. 26. Criminal Court of Cook county. 27. Clerks of Cook County Court. 28. Justices in Chicago. 29. Uniformity in the courts. 30. Removal of any judge. 31. Judges to make written reports. 32. Terms of office.-Filling vacan
cies. 33. Process.- Prosecutions.-.Popula
Suffrage. 1. Qualification of voters. 2. All voting to be by ballot. 3. Privileges of electors.