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WHIPPING,

punishment by, 328.
WIDOW,

(See DOWER.)
WIFE,

(See DIVORCE; DOWER; MARRIED WOMEN.)
WILL,

imperfect, cannot be validated after title passed, 114, n.
WISCONSIN,

special statutes licensing sale of lands forbidden, 119, n.
divorces not to be granted by legislature, 133, n.
privilege of legislators from arrest, 163, n.
title of act to embrace the subject, 173, n.
no act to be amended by mere reference to its title, 183, 184, n.
time when acts take effect, 192.
restriction upon power to contract debts, 271.
liberty of speech and of the press, 520, n.
privilege of legislators in debate, 556, n.
religious tests for office forbidden in, 583, n.
religious belief not to be test of incompetency of witness, 596, n.

exclusions from suffrage in, 753.
WITCHCRAFT,

confessions of, 385.
WITNESSES,

power to summon and examine before legislative committees, 164.
accused parties to be confronted with, 392.

not compellable to be against themselves, 389–391, 494.

evidence by, in their own favor, 391, n.
not liable to civil action for false testimony, 551.

unless the testimony was irrelevant, 552, n.
competency and credibility of, as depending on religious belief, 596 and n.

testimony of wife on behalf of husband, 390, n.
WOMEN,

(See MARRIED WOMEN.)
WORKS OF ART,

liberty of criticism of, 568.
WRITS OF ASSISTANCE,

unconstitutional character of, 369-371.
WRITS OF HABEAS CORPUS,

(See Habeas Corpus.)

Y.
YEAS AND NAYS,

in some States, on passage of laws to be entered on journals, 171.

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