Constitution Making in Indiana: 1851-1916

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Indiana Historical Commission, 1916

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Residential and Other Qualifications for Suffrage January
14
Annual Unlimited Sessions of the General Assembly Annual Elec tions and Local Legislation January 27 1857
15
Residence Suffrage Qualifications of One Year February 6 1857
16
Residential Suffrage Qualifications February 9 1857
17
Guaranteeing Each County One Representative February
18
Wabash and Erie Canal November 22 1858
19
Permitting Local Common School Legislation and Repealing the Constitutional Provision Relating to Superintendent December 8 1858
20
Resolution of Teachers Association of Fort Wayne Relative to Free School Amendment August 1859
21
Common Schools February 10 1859
35
Length of Legislative Sessions March 2 1859
36
b Shelby County April 9 1859
37
f Morgan County August 17 1859
38
i Tipton County September 3 1859
39
m Jefferson County September 26 1859
40
Committee on Necessity for Constitutional Amendments Jan uary 14 1861
41
Residential Qualifications for Suffrage January 18 1861
42
Residential Qualifications of Electors January 23 1861
43
Registration Bill January 28 1861
44
Residential Qualifications of ElectorsResolution of Inquiry January 24 1861
45
Local Levy of Common School Taxes January 18 1861
46
Common School Fund January 21 1861
47
Quadrennial Election of State Superintendent of Public Instruc tion February 19 1861
48
House Judiciary Committee Report on Annual Legislative Ses sions March 4 1861
49
Levy of Local Common School Tax January 14 1863
50
Residential Qualifications of Voters January 14 1863
51
Extending Right of Suffrage to Soldiers January 8 1863
52
Authorizing Soldiers to Vote March 7 1863
53
Governor Morton Urges Adoption of Constitutional Amendment Enabling Soldiers to Vote January 6 1865
54
Declaring the Constitutional Right of Soldiers to Vote January 17 1865 55 222 Fraudulent and Illegal Voting January 17 1865
55
Supplementary Local School Levies March 6 1865
56
Supplementary Local School Levies January 10 1865
57
Memorial Demanding Removal of Negro Disabilities January 16 1865
58
House Committee Report on Negro Disabilities March 3 1865
59
Calling a Constitutional Convention January 12 1865
60
Calling a Constitutional Convention February 1 1865
61
Acknowledging God as the Source of all Authority February
62
Duration of a Regular Legislative Session Ex Parte Opinion March 3 1865
67
Minority Senate Committee Report on Duration of Legislative Sessions March 6 1865
69
Majority House Committee Report on Duration of Legislative Sessions March 6 1865
73
First Minority House Committee Report on Duration of Legisla tive Sessions March 6 1865
74
Negro Exclusion and Colonization November 16 1865
75
Supplementary School Revenue January 15 1867
84
Wabash and Erie CanalConstitutional Amendment January
91
Minority Senate Committee Report on Woman Suffrage Feb
94
Governor Bakers Recommendation Relative to Submission
101
Wabash and Erie Canal Amendment November 13 1872
105
Governor Hendricks Informs General Assembly of Issuance
112
Qualifications for Suffrage Dispensing With Constitutional Rule
118
Woman SuffrageGovernor Bakers Recommendation January
124
Pending Amendments Concerning Suffrage Supreme Court
130
Governor Williams Approves Adoption of Constitutional Amend ments March 6 1877
142
Date of Holding General Elections January 4 1877
143
Miscellaneous Amendments to Constitution January 9 1877
144
Negro Exclusion and Colonization January 11 1877
146
Calling a Constitutional Convention January 6 1877
147
Fees and Salaries of Public Officers February 12 1879
148
Prohibiting Sale of Intoxicating Liquors March 1879
149
Governor Williams Recommends Adoption of Pending Amend ments January 10 1879
150
Residential Qualifications for Suffrage
151
Political Rights of Negroes and Mulattoes
152
Fees and Salaries of Public Officers
153
Judicial System of the State
154
Municipal Debt Limit
155
Submission of Constitutional Amendments to Electors March 10 1879
156
Consideration of Pending Amendments in House January
160
Submission of Pending Amendments to Electors February
162
Municipal Debt Limit January 20 1879
164
Duration of a Legislative Session January 10 and 23 1879
165
Cumulative Voting January 16 1879
166
The State v SwiftAmendments of 1880 Held Not Adopted May
168
Majority Opinion
169
Dissenting Opinion of Judge Niblack
172
Dissenting Opinion of Judge Scott
175
Republican Platform of 1880Adoption of Constitutional Amend ments June 17 1880
176
Governor Grays Recommendation Relative to the Pending Amendments January 8 1881
177
Governor Porters Recommendation Relative to the Pending Amendments January 10 1881
178
ReSubmission of the Pending Constitutional Amendments February 21 1881
180
ReSubmission of Pending Amendments January 13 1881
187
Term and Eligibility of Secretary Auditor and Treasurer of State January 17 1881
188
Term and Eligibility of County Officers January 17 1881
189
Terms of State and County Officers March 17 1881
190
Governor Porters Reference to Woman Suffrage January
191
Conferring the Right of Suffrage on Women March 15 1881
194
Conferring the Right of Suffrage on Women March 22 1881
195
Membership of the Supreme Court March 22 1881
196
Term of Prosecuting Attorney April 15 1881
197
Duration of Sessions of General Assembly March 28 1881
198
Governor Porter Opposes a Constitutional Convention Jan uary 10 1881
199
Attempts to Call a Constitutional Convention January 11 and 14 1881
200
Duration of Legislative SessionsGovernor Porters Reference January 10 1881
201
Ex Parte Opinions of the Supreme Court January 12 1881
202
Governors Proclamation Declaring the Amendments Adopted March 24 1881
204
Democratic Platform of 1882Prohibitory Amendment August 2 1882
207
Republican Platform of 1882Adoption of Pending Amendments August 9 1882
208
Petitions in Favor of StateWide Prohibition Petition of Faculty and Students of Indiana Asbury Uni
209
versity Quarterly Conference of Methodist Episcopal Church of Winchester
210
House Resolution Relative to Temperance Legislation
211
Amendment to Federal Constitution February 1 1883
212
Certified Proceedings on the Pending Amendments January 5 and 12 1883
214
Official Inquiry into Validity of Amendments January
215
Reports of the Judiciary Committees on Validity of Amendments January 19 1883
216
Prohibiting the Manufacture and Sale of Intoxicating Liquors February 19 1883
231
Woman Suffrage February 20 1883
232
Woman Suffrage February 1 1883
233
Terms of State Officers February 20 1883
234
Terms of County Officers February 20 1883
235
Submission of the Amendments February 24 1883
236
Method of Adopting Constitutional Amendments January
237
Qualifications to Practice Law March 14 1885
248
Code Commissioners March 14 1885
249
Duration of Legislative Sessions January 12 1885
250
Republican Platform of 1886Endorsing Pending Amendment September 2 1886
251
Admitting Negroes to Militia February 26 1887
253
Membership of Supreme Court January 17 1887
254
Democratic Platform of 1888Sumptuary and Private Property Regulations April 26 1888
255
Governor Grays Recommendation Relative to Constitutional Measures January 11 1889
256
Admitting Negroes to the Militia January 17 1889
258
Qualifications to Practice Law January 18 1889
259
Residential Qualifications for Suffrage January 21 1889
260
Term of Clerk of Supreme Court January 21 1889
263
Terms of State Officers January 21 1889
265
Term of State Superintendent January 22 1889
267
Duration of Sessions of General Assembly February 5 1889
268
Manufacture and Sale of Intoxicating Liquor January 18 and
274
Apportionment of Senators and Representatives January
275
Inspection of Journals March 11 1889
276
Republican Platform of 1890Four Year Terms for State and County Officers September 10 1890
277
Legality of Pending Amendments January 19 1891
278
Rejection of Pending Amendments March 9 1891
280
Lawyers Amendment
281
Uniform FourYear Terms for County Officers
282
Term of Clerk of Supreme Court
283
FourYear Term for State Superintendent of Public Instruc tion
284
Unlimited Duration of Sessions of General Assembly
285
Senate Inquiry as to Pending Amendments January 15 1891
286
Reference of Query to Clerk of House January 17 1891
287
Taxation of Earnings of Corporations March 10 1891
288
Term of State Officers March 10 1891
289
Duration of Regular Legislative Sessions March 10 1891
290
Woman Suffrage February 9 1891
291
Governor Matthews Attitude toward a Constitutional Convention January 9 1893
293
Report of Committee on Pending Amendments February
294
Taxation of Corporate Earnings February 13 1893
296
Fixing Length of Regular Sessions of General Assembly at 100
298
Terms of County Officers February 13 1893
299
Terms of State Officers February 13 1893
300
Term of Prosecuting Attorney January 19 1893
301
Amendment of Constitution January 11 1893
302
Membership of Supreme Court January 15 1895
303
Voting Machines January 11 1895
308
Method of Amending Constitution January 25 1895
309
Suffrage Qualifications of Aliens January 14 1895
310
Number and Apportionment of Members of General Assembly January 15 1895
311
Local Laws Reimbursing Public Officials January 16 1895
312
Tenure of State and County Officers January 25 1895
313
Woman Suffrage and Alien Voters February 22 1895
314
Constitutional Convention
315
Status of Pending AmendmentsCommittee Report January
318
Senate Committee Report on Voting Machine Amendment February 10 1897
319
Qualifications of Lawyers February 16 1897
321
Membership of General Assembly February 19 1897
323
Terms of County Officers January 19 1897
324
Qualifications to Practice Law February 22 1899
325
Submission of Amendments to People March 6 1899
326
Notification of ElectorsResolution of Instruction February
327
Term of County Officers
328
Woman age
331
Municipal Ownership of Public Utilities
333
Duration of Regular Legislative Sessions January 20 1899
335
Constitutional Convention January 25 1899
337
In re Denny Supreme Court and Lawyers Amendments Declared Not Adopted November 1900
338
Opinion of the Court
340
Justice Hadleys Concurring Opinion
344
Membership of Supreme Court February 4 1901
350
Qualifications to Practice Law February 4 1901
351
Voting Machines January 15 1901
352
Woman Suffrage February 5 1901
353
Municipal Home Rule March 4 1901
354
Constitutional Convention February 19 1901
356
Qualifications to Practice Law
357
Judiciary January 16 1903
358
Consolidation of Railroads February 23 1903
360
Constitutional Convention February 12 1903
361
Ex Parte Decisions of Supreme Court January 12 1903
363
Qualifications to Practice Law February 1 1905
364
Qualifications of VotersTax Receipts and Education Jan uary 12 1905
365
Tenure Fees and Salaries of Public Officers February 7 1905
366
Membership and Tenure of Judges February 15 1905
367
Republican Platform of 1906Approves Lawyers Amendment April 11 1906
368
Compulsory Registration and Poll Tax for Suffrage January
370
Membership of Supreme Court March 11 1907
371
Duration of Regular Legislative Sessions March 11 1907
372
Prohibition of Liquor Traffic February 22 1907
373
Constitutional Convention January 14 1907
374
Method of Submitting Amendments February 12 1907
375
Approval of Prohibition Amendment September 28 1908
377
Governor Hanly Recommends Registration Law January
378
Qualifications to Practice Law February 27 1909
380
Tax Exemptions January 14 1909
381
StateWide Prohibition February 26 1909
382
Submission of Constitutional Amendments January 14 1909
383
Governor Marshalls Recommendations January 5 1911
384
Protests Filed in Senate
424
Protests Filed in House
430
Submission of Constitutional Amendments March 6 1911
444
Compulsory Workmans Compensation February 10 1911
450
Marshall ConstitutionDismissed by United States Supreme
531
Governor Ralston Recommends Calling Constitutional Conven
537
House Amendment Prohibiting Extension of Terms of Office
553
mittee March 10 1913
561
Taxation February 4 1913
569
In re Boswell Lawyers Amendment Held Not Legally Adopted
582
The Stotsenburg Amendments January 19 1915
589
Amendment to Stotsenburg Amendments Resolution Feb
596
Minimum Wage February 10 1915
602

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Página 127 - State during the six months, and in the township sixty days, and in the ward or precinct thirty days, immediately preceding such election, and shall have declared his intention to become a citizen of the United States, conformably to the laws of the United States on the subject of naturalization, shall be entitled to vote in the township or precinct where he may reside, if he shall have been duly registered according to law.
Página 453 - Legislature so next chosen as aforesaid, such proposed amendment or amendments shall be agreed to by a majority of all the members elected to each House...
Página 485 - Am.Dec. 468, a ministerial act is thus defined: "A ministerial act may, perhaps, be defined to be one which a person performs in a given state of facts, in a prescribed manner, in obedience to the mandate of legal authority, without regard to, or the exercise of, his own judgment upon the propriety of the act being done.
Página 410 - Sec. 2. If two or more amendments shall be submitted at the same time, they shall be submitted in such manner that the electors shall vote for or against each of such amendments separately...
Página 388 - The General Assembly shall not pass local or special laws in any of the following enumerated cases...
Página 545 - If after such reconsideration a majority of all the members elected to that house shall agree to pass the bill, it shall be sent, with the...
Página 354 - When the duration of any office is not provided for by this Constitution, it may be declared by law; and if not so declared, such office shall be held during the pleasure of the authority making the appointment. But the General Assembly shall not create any office the tenure of which shall be longer than four years.
Página 488 - But it has been well settled that, when a plain official duty, requiring no exercise of discretion, is to be performed, and performance is refused, any person who will sustain personal injury by such refusal may have a mandamus to compel its performance ; and when such duty is threatened to be violated by some positive official act, any person who will sustain personal injury thereby, for which adequate compensation cannot be had at law, may have an injunction to prevent it.
Página 303 - Providing for opening and conducting elections of State, county, or township officers, and designating the places of voting ; Providing for the sale of real estate belonging to minors or other persons laboring under legal disabilities, by executors, administrators, guardians, or trustees.
Página 409 - Any amendment or amendments to this constitution may be proposed in the senate and assembly ; and if the same shall be agreed to by a majority of the members elected to each of the two houses, such proposed amendment or amendments shall be entered on their journals with the yeas and nays taken thereon, and referred to the legislature to be chosen at the next general election...

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