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Sureties for public officers--

General Assembly shall direct how, may be relieved from
suretyship
Surplus school fund—

how it is to be invested and the proceeds thereof dis-
tributed

Surveyor-

there shall be elected in eighteen hundred and ninety-
four, in each county, a.

who shall begin term of service on the first Monday in
January after election.

term of office three years, and until successor is elected
and qualified...

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in eighteen hundred and ninety-seven, and every four
years thereafter, an election shall be held for.
term of office under election of eighteen hundred and
ninety-seven, and thereafter, four years, and until his
successor is elected and qualified

no person shall be eligible to office of, who is not twenty-
four years of age at time of election.

residence qualification of..

when a new county is created a, may be elected or ap-
pointed according to law.

bond and security shall be given by the, before entering
upon discharge of the duties of his office, and there-
after as may be required by law

fees of the, shall be regulated by law

shall be subject to indictment or prosecution for misfeas-
ance or malfeasance in office, or for willful neglect of
duty

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Taxes-

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all, shall be levied and collected by general laws
every act of the General Assembly, or ordinance or
resolution passed by any county, city or town, or mu-

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in such mode as may be prescribed by law. .
upon conviction, his office shall become vacant

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but shall have right of appeal to the Court of Appeals . 227
Suspending laws-

no authority shall exercise the power of, except the Gen-
eral Assembly. .

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annual, shall be levied and collected by municipalities to
provide for payment of interest and principal of au-
thorized indebtedness by such municipalities.
General Assembly shall provide for annual, etc.

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shall be levied and collected for public purposes only. . 171
shall be uniform upon all property subject to taxation
within the territorial limits of the authority levying
the tax.

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Taxes-Continued.

nicipal board or legislative body, levying a, shall
specify the purpose for which said, is levied
no, levied and collected for one purpose shall ever be de-
voted to another purpose

shall not be imposed by General Assembly for the pur-
poses of any county, city, town or municipal corpora-
tion, but power, by general laws, to assess and collect
such, may be conferred on the local authorities thereof,
respectively.

nothing herein shall prevent General Assembly from
providing how, shall be collected

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due or owing to this State, etc., before the adoption of
this Constitution, except as otherwise provided herein,
shall remain unaffected thereby.
sub.

Taxes, county and municipal-

present law concerning, shall remain in force until other-
wise provided.

Tax, special or excise-

General Assembly may, by general laws, provide for pay-
ment of a.

Tax rate of municipalities

special . .

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General Assembly shall not impose, but may confer by
general laws such power on counties, etc.
Taxes for educational purposes—

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no, shall be raised or collected other than for common
schools until the question is submitted to the legal
voters, and approved by the majority voting in favor
of such..

proviso as to the Agricultural and Mechanical College,
and for educational purposes .

Taxes on railroads and railroad property-

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nor acquire, by purchase, lease or otherwise, any parallel
or competing line, or operate same..

nor make contract with any common carrier by which
the earnings of one doing the carrying are to be shared
by the one not doing the carrying.

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Telegraph companies-

shall have the right to construct and maintain lines of
telegraph within this State

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and connect same with other lines.

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and shall interchange business with each other, etc.
declared common carriers, subject to legislative control. 199
General Assembly shall enact general laws to give full

effect to this section.

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no, shall consolidate its capital stock, franchises or prop-
erty, or pool its earnings with any other, owning a
parallel or competing line.

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Telegraph corporations organized under the laws of this
State-

consolidation of, with foreign companies shall not thereby
create a foreign corporation

but the courts shall retain jurisdiction over the corporate
property of, within this State ..

Telegraph and telephone wires-

nothing herein shall be construed to interfere with the
rights of cities and towns in directing how and where,
shall be placed therein

General Assembly shall not grant any.
Towns and cities-(See municipalities.)
Trades, license fees on-

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General Assembly may, by general laws, provide for .
and may delegate such power to, etc.
Transfer lines-

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Telephone company-
conditions under which a, may erect its poles, posts or
other apparatus within a city or town.
no, shall consolidate its capital stock, franchises or prop-
erty, or pool its earnings with any other owning a par-
allel or competing line.

nor acquire by purchase, lease or otherwise any parallel
or competi line, or operate same. .

nor make contract with any common carrier by which
the earnings of the one doing the carrying are to be
shared by the other not doing the carrying. .
Telephone companies-

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shall interchange business, etc.
Telephone and telegraph wires-

nothing herein shall be construed to interfere with the
rights of cities or towns in directing how and where,
shall be placed therein. .

Title of nobility—

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organized under the laws of this State, or operating,
maintaining or controlling any common carrier line in
this State, shall receive. transfer, deliver and switch cars
coming to or going from any common carrier line
named herein with equal promptness, etc..
without discrimination as to charges, preference, draw-
back or rebate, etc.

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and. shall receive, deliver, transfer and transport all
freight, as above, from and to any point where there is
a physical connection between the tracks of said com-
panies

but no common carrier shall be compelled to allow the
use of its tracks for the trains of another engaged in
like business

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shall not make any exclusive or preferential contract or

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agreement for the conduct of business as common car-
riers.

penalties for violation by, of sections 213, 214, 215, 216,
herein

freight shall be handled from receipt to delivery by, for
all persons, etc., from and to the same points, upon like
conditions, in like manner, for same charges, and for
same method of payment

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shall allow the tracks of each other to unite, intersect
or cross at any point where such contract is reasonable
or feasible.

Transportation of freight and passengers-

shall be so regulated by general law as to prevent unjust
discrimination in, by common carriers. .

age of, at least thirty years at time of his election.
the, shall have been a resident citizen of the State at

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least two years before his election.

duties of, to be prescribed by law.

shall enter upon discharge of his duties first Monday in
January after election

shall hold office until successor is duly elected and quali-
fied

ineligible to re-election for the succeeding four years after
expiration of the term for which he shall have been
elected.

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all fees collected by, shall be covered into the Treasury.
election for, under this Constitution, shall be held on the
first Tuesday after first Monday in November, eighteen
hundred and ninety-five, and on same day every four
years thereafter..

compensation of, by salary and not otherwise.
the, elected in eighteen hundred and ninety-one shall hold
his office until first Monday in January, eighteen hun-
dred and ninety-six, and until his successor is elected
and qualified
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the, then elected shall be ineligible to the succeeding
sub.
the official bond of the present Treasurer shall be re-
newed at the expiration of two years from the time of
his qualification.
sub.

term

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Treason-

no person shall be attainted of, by the General Assembly, 20
Treason against the Commonwealth—

of what, shall consist.

testimony required to convict a person of.
Treasurer, State-

shall be elected by qualified voters of State at same time
Governor is elected.

term of office of, four years.

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Treasurer and Auditor-

accounts of, to be investigated monthly, and report there-
of made to each session of General Assembly by the
Governor.

Trial by jury—

the ancient mode of, shall be held sacred, subject to modi-
fications as named herein.

Trusts, pools, combinations and other organizations—
duty of General Assembly to enact laws to prevent, from
combining, etc..

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Virginia (See laws of Virginia.)
Virginia or Kentucky grants or patents-

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Venue, change of—

General Assembly may provide for a, for both the State
and defendant, etc.

provisions concerning actions for recovery of lands in
this State claimed under, issued prior to one thousand
eight hundred and twenty

Voters-

shall be free from arrest at and going to and from elec-
tions except for, etc...
Voting-

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General Assembly shall have power to provide, by gen-
eral law, for manner of, except, etc..

Wage-earners--

in certain employments, or by corporations, shall be paid
for their labor in lawful money.

W.

Warehouses, public-See public warehouses.)

Water company-

conditions under which a, may lay its pipes or mains
within a city or town.

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