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southerly along Lewalani Drive and Piikoi Street to Wilder Avenue; (7) easterly along Wilder Avenue to Punahou Street; (8) southerly along Punahou Street to King Street; (9) westerly along King Street to Kalakana Avenue ; (10) southerly along Kalakaua Avenue to the center line of the Ala Wai Canal ; (11) westerly along said Canal and along the line of said Canal extended to the outer edge of the reef; and (12) westerly along the outer edge of the reef to the point of beginning, five representatives ;
Fifteenth representative district: that portion of the island of Oahu, for convenience herein referred to as Manoa and Waikiki, more particularly described as follows: from the intersection of Kalakaua Avenue and the center line of the Ala Wai Canal running northerly along Kalakaua Avenue to King Street; (2) Pasterly along King Street to Punahou Street; (3) northerly along Punahou Street to Wilder Avenue; (4) westerly along Wilder Avenue to Piikoi Street; (J) northerly along Piikoi Street to Lewalani Drive; (6) northerly along Lewalani Drive to Nehoa Street; (7) northeasterly along the top of the ridge between the lands of Makiki and Kalawahine to a mountain peak called “Puu Ohia" or "Tantalus" ; (8) northeasterly along the top of the ridge between the lands of Pauoa, Manoa and Nuuanu to a point on the Koolau Range called "Puu Konahuanui" ; (9) southeasterly along the top of said Range to a place called “Mt. Olympus”; (10) southwesterly along the top of Waahila Ridge to the top edge of Palolo Valley ; (11) southwesterly along the top edge of said Valley to the forest reserve boundary ; (12) southwesterly along the southeasterly boundary of St. Louis Heights Tract, Series 2 (File Plan 464) to the southerly boundary of said Tract 100 feet southeasterly from Alencastre Street; (13) southwesterly parallel to and 100 feet from Alencastre Street and St. Louis Drive to Waialae Avenue; (14) westerly along Waialae Avenue to Kapahulu Avenue extended ; (15) southerly across Waialae Avenue and along Kapahulu Avenue to Kalakaua Avenue; (16) westerly along Kapahulu Avenue extended to the outer edge of the reef : (17) northwesterly along the outer edge of the reef to a point on the line extended of the center line of the Ala Wai Canal; and (18) easterly along said line to the point of beginning, six representatives ;
Sixteenth representative district: that portion of the island of Oahu, for convenience herein referred to as Kaimuki and Kapahulu, more particularly described as follows: from a point at the seacoast at a place called “Black Point" running westerly along the seacoast to Kapahulu Avenue extended to the sea ; (2) easterly across Kalakaua Avenue and easterly and northerly along Kapahulu Avenue to Waialae Avenue ; (3) easterly along Waialae Avenue to a point 100 feet easterly of St. Louis Drive; (4) northeasterly across Waialae Avenue then parallel to and 100 feet from St. Louis Drive and Alencastre Street to the southerly boundary of St. Louis Heights Tract, Series 2 (File Plan No. 464); (5) northeasterly along the southeasterly boundary of said Tract to the forest reserve boundary ; (6) northeasterly along the top ridge of Palolo Valley to the top of Waahila Ridge; (7) northeasterly along the top of Waahila Ridge to a point on the Koolau Range called "Mt. Olympus”; (8) easterly along the top of the Koolau Range to the top of the ridge between the lands of Waialae Nui and Palolo; (9) southwesterly along the top of said ridge to a place called "Kalepeamoa"; (10) southwesterly along Mauumae Ridge to Sierra Drive; (11) southwesterly along Sierra Drive to Waialae Avenue; (12) easterly along Waialae Avenue to 13th Avenue; (13) southwesterly along 13th Avenue and Ocean View Drive to Kilauea Avenue; (14) westerly along Kilauea Avenue to Makapuu Avenue; (15) southwesterly along Makapuu Avenue to Diamond Head Road; and (16) southeasterly along Diamond Head Road to the Military Road and along the Military Road extended to the point of beginning, four representatives;
Seventheenth representative district : that portion of the island of Oahu not included in any other representative district on the island of Oahu together with all other islands not included in any other representative district, three representatives;
Eighteenth representative district: the islands of Kauai and Niihau, four representatives.
Wherever a roadway, or the intersection of one or more roadways, is designated as a boundary in any of the above descriptions, the center line of such roadway or intersection is intended as such boundary. [Am. H.B. 284 (1960), H.B. 122 (1961) and election Nov. 6, 1962.)
CONSTITUTION : IDAHO: 1889 * * * and Judicial; and no person or collection of persons charged with it exercise of powers properly belonging to one of these departments, shall even any powers properly belonging to either of the others except as in this Cotsittution expressly directed or permitted.
SECTION 1. The legislative power of the State shall be vested in a senate an house of representatives. The enacting clause of every bill shall be as foli***: "Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Idaho.”
SEC. 2. The senate shall consist of eighteen members and the house of rangesentatives of thirty-six members. The Legislature may increase the naru? of senators and representatives: Provided, The number of senators shall per exceed twenty-four, and the house of representatives shall never esce <IIT members. The senators and representatives shall be chosen by the elector: the respective counties or districts into which the State may from time to take be divided by law.
Sec. 3. The senators and representatives sball be elected for the term od to years, from and after the first day of December next following the perral election.
SEC. 4. The members of the first legislature shall be apportioned to the serial legislative districts of the State in proportion to the number of roes polled at bo last general election for Delegate to Congress, and thereafter to be apportingent as may be provided by law: Provided, Each county shall be entitled to one representative.
SEC. 5. A senatorial or representative district, when more than one minty shall constitute the same, shall be composed of contiguous counties and 31 county shall be divided in creating such districts.
SEC. 6. No person shall be a senator or representative who at the time nt election is not a citizen of the United States and an elector of this state. Be any one who has not been for one year next preceding his election an elector the county or district whence he may be chosen.
Sec. 7. Senators and representatives, in all cases except for treason, feions.se breach of the peace, shall be privileged from arrest during the session or te Legislature, and in going to and returning from the same, and shall not be idle to any civil process during the session of the Legislature. por during the tas days next before the commencement thereof; nor sball a member for morts uttered in debate in either house be questioned in any other place.
SEC. 8. The sessions of the Legislature shall, after the first session therand he held biennially, at the Capital of the State, commencing on the first Maxx after the first day of January, and every second year thereafter, unless a diser ent day shall have been appointed by law, and at other times when conteni! by the Governor.
SEC. 9. Each house when assembled shall choose its own officers, judge o be election, qualifications, and returns of its own members, determine its ows 24 of proceeding, and sit upon its own adjournments; but neither bouse stall without the concurrence of the other, * *
SEC. 10. The board of county commissioners shall consist of three members whose term of office shall be two years.
SEC. 11. County, township and precinct officers shall perform such duties u shall be prescribed by law.
SECTION 1. Until otherwise provided by law the apportionment of the tsa houses of the Legislature shall be as follows:
The first senatorial districts shall consist of the county of Shoshno shall elect two senators.
The second shall consist of the counties of Kootenai and Latah, and sta! mit
The third shall consist of the counties of Nez Perce and Idaho, and shall elect one senator.
The fourth shall consist of the counties of Nez Perce and Latah, and shall elect one senator.
The fifth shall consist of the county of Latah, and shall elect one senator.
The eleventh shall consist of the counties of Bear Lake, Oneida and Bingham, and shall elect one senator.
The twelfth shall consist of the counties of Owyhee and Cassia, and shall elect one senator.
The thirteenth shall consist of the county of Elmore, and shall elect one senator.
The fourteenth shall consist of the county of Alturas, and shall elect one senator. The fifteenth shall consist of the county of Ada, and shall elect two senators.
The sixteenth shall consist of the county of Washington, and shall elect one senator.
Sec. 2. The several counties shall elect the following members of the house of representatives :
The county of Ada, three members.
SECTION. 1. That no inconvenience may arise from a change of the Territorial government to a permanent State government, it is declared that all writs, actions, prosecutions, claims, liabilities, and obligations against the Territory of Idaho, of whatsoever nature, and
CONSTITUTION : ILLINOIS—1818
SECTION 1. The legislative authority of this State shall be vested in a general assembly, which shall consist in a senate and house of representatives, both to be elected by the people.
SEC. 2. The first election for senators and representatives shall commence on the third Thursday of September next, and continue for that and the two succeeding days; and the next election shall be beld on the first Monday in August, 1820; and forever after elections shall be held once in two years, on the first Monday of
August, in each and erery county, at such places therein as may be provided! law.
SEC. 3. So person shall be a representative who shall not hare attained t'age of twenty-one years; who shall not be a citizen of the United States, and .. inhabitant of this State; who shall not have resided within the limits of th: county or district in which he shall be chosen twelve months next preceding ! election. if such county or district shall have been so long erected; but if by then within the limits of the county or counties, district or districts, out of whi the same shall have been taken, unless he shall have been absent on the pab business of the United States or of this State, and who, moreover, shall not bei. paid a State or county tax.
SEC. 4. The senators, at their first session herein provided for, shall be diviebr lot from their respective counties or districts, as near as can be, into t3. classes. The seats of the senators of the first class shall be vacated at the expiration of the second year, and those of the second class at the expiratif the fourth year, so that one-half thereof, as near as possible, may be biennia": chosen forerer thereafter.
SEC. 5. The number of senators and representatives shall, at the first sesa : of the general assembly holden after the returns herein provided for are madbe fixed by the general assembly, and apportioned among the several counti or districts to be established by law, according to the number of white inha. tants. The number of representatives shall not be less than twenty-seren, 1.1 more than thirty-six, until the number of inhabitants within this State sha' amount to one hundred thousand; and the number of senators shall never le less than one-third nor more than one-half of the number of representatires
SEC. 6. No person shall be a senator who has not arrived at the age of twent five years, who shall not be a citizen of the United States, and who shall not base resided one year in the county or district in which he shall be chosen immediatr: preceding his election, if such county or district shall have been so long erretri but if not, then within the limits of the county or counties, district or distants, out of which the same shall have been taken, unless he shall have been absent the public business of the t'nited States or of this state, and shall not, more over, have paid a State or county tax.
Sec. 7. The senate and house of representatives, when assembled, shall esi! choose a speaker and other officers (the speaker of the senate excepted). ES:: house shall judge of the qualifications and elections of its members, and sit up : its own adjournments. Two-thirds of each house shall constitute a quorum,.* a smaller number ***
CONSTITUTION : INDIANA–1816 * to another; and no person or collection of persons, being of one of the departments. shall exercise any power properly attached to either of the other except in the instances herein expressly permitted.
ARTICLE III Section 1. The Legislative authority of this State, shall be vested in a Geseral Assembly, which shall consist of a Senate, and House of Representatives both to be elected by the people.
SEC. 2. The General Assembly may, within two years after their first meeting and shall, in the year eighteen hundred and twenty, and every subsequent ter: of five years, cause an enumeration to be made, of all the white male inhabitar** abore the age of twenty-one years. The number of Representatives shall, at several periods of making such enumeration, be fixed by the General Assemky and apportioned among the several counties according to the number of where male inhabitants above twenty-one years of age in each: and shall never be los than twenty-five, nor greater than thirty-six, until the number of white ma. inhabitants above twenty-one years of age shall shall be twenty-two thousane! and after that event, at such ratio, that the whole number of Representatives shall never be less than thirty-six, nor exceed one hundred.
Sec. 3. The Representatives shall be chosen annually, by the qualified electes of each county respectively, on the first Monday of August,
Sec. 4. No person shall be a Representative, unless he shall hare attained the age of twenty-one years, and shall be a citizen of the United States, and ar inhabitant of this State, and shall also have resided within the limits of the county, in which he shall be chosen, one year next preceding his election, if the county shall have been so long erected, but if not, then within the limits of the
county or counties out of which it shall have been taken, unless he shall have been absent on the public business of the United States, or of this State, and shall have paid a State or county tax.
Sec. 5. The Senators shall be chosen for three years, on the first Monday in August by the qualified votes for Representatives; and on this being convened, in consequence of the first election, they shall be divided by lot, from their respective counties, or districts, as near as can be, into three classes; the seats of the Senators of the first class shall be vacated at the expiration of the first year; and the second class, at the expiration of the second year; and of the third class, at the expiration of the third year; so that one-third thereof, as near as possible, may be annually chosen forever thereafter.
Sec. 6. The number of Senators shall, at the several periods of making the enumeration before mentioned, be fixed by the General Assembly, and apportioned among the several counties or districts, to be established by law, according to the number of white male inhabitants of the age of twenty-one years in each, and shall never be less than one-third, nor more than one-half of the number of Representatives.
SEC. 7. No person shall be a Senator, unless he shall have attained the age of twenty-five years, and shall be a citizen of the United States, and shall, next preceding the election, have resided two years * * *
Sec. 2. All fines, penalties, and forfeitures, due, and owing to the Territory of Indiana, or any county therein, shall enure to the use of the State or county. All bonds executed to the Governor or any other officer in his official capacity in the Territory, shall pass over to the Governor or other officers of the State or county, and their successors in office, for the use of the State or county, or by him or them to be respectively assigned over to the use of those concerned, as the case may be.
Sec. 3. The Governor, Secretary and Judges and all other officers, both civil and military, under the Territorial Government, shall continue in the exercise of the duties of their respective departments until the said officers are superseded under the authority of this Constitution.
SEC. 4. All laws and parts of laws now in force in this Territory not inconsistent with this Constitution, shall continue and remain in full force and effect until they expire or be repealed.
Sec. 5. The Governor shall use his private seal until a State seal be produced.
SEC. 6. The Governor, Secretary of State, Auditor of Public Accounts and Treasurer shall severally reside and keep all the public records, books and papers in any manner relating to their respective offices at the seat of government: Provided, notwithstanding, That nothing herein contained shall be so construed as to affect the residence of the Governor for the space of six months, and until buildings suitable for his accommodation shall be procured at the expense of the State.
Sec. 7. All suits, pleas, plaints and other proceedings now depending in any Court of Record or Justice's Court shall be prosecuted to final judgment and execution, and all appeals, writs of error, certiorari, injunction or other proceedings whatsoever, shall progress and be carried on in the respective court or courts, in the same manner as is now provided by law, and all proceedings had therein in as full and complete a manner as if this Constitution were not adopted. And appeals and writs of error may be taken from the Circuit Court and General Court now established in the Indiana Territory to the Supreme Court in such manner as shall be provided for by law.
SEC. 8. The President of this convention shall issue writs of election, directed to the several Sheriffs of the several counties, requiring them to cause an election to be held for a Governor, Lieutenant-Governor, a Representative to the Congress of the United States, Members of the General Assembly, Sheriffs and Coroners, at the respective districts in each county, on the first Monday in August next; which election shall be conducted in the manner) prescribed by the existing election laws of the Indiana Territory; and the said Governor, LieutenantGovernor, Members of the General Assembly, Sheriffs and Coroners, then duly elected, shall continue to exercise the duties of their respective offices for the time prescribed by this Constitution, and until their successor or successors are qualified, and no longer.
Sec. 9. Until the first enumeration shall be made, as directed by this Constitution, the county of Wayne shall be entitled to one Senator and three Representatives; the county of Franklin, one Senator and three Representatives: the county of Dearborn, one Senator and two Representatives; the county of Switzerland,